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The Court will go Into lull mourning
for Her late Roynl Highness Princess
Llkellko from this dalo until the day
after the Funeral j ami v ill wear half
mourning from tint time unil the ex.
pirat Ion of two weeks from tlio day of
CURTIS P. IAUKKA,
11. M.'s Chamberlain
Iolanl Pi.l ice, Feb Si, 18S7.
BISHOP &Oo., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Uimlc ol Cnlilbrnln, ft. JP.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Hothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bnnk Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, nnd Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Fledged to neither Sect cor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY. FEB. 2.'). 1887.
CONSOLIDATION OF TWO
AYo understand that an arrange
ment has been concluded between
tho officers of the Library and Read
ing Room Association on the one
baud, and the Boys' Reading Room
on tho other, by which the books
and other effects of tlio latter or
ganization will be transferred to the
former, and the boys' association
wound up, its members being ad
mitted to the prhilcgcsof thejargcr
and older society for a term of years
which has been agreed upon as a
fair offset to the value of the pro
perty so transferred. This may be
regarded as a move in the right di
rection, it being manifestly unwise
to attempt in a placo of this size, to
divide strength by multiplying or
ganizations having the same general
objects. This community is well
able to support in good style, one
institution of this kind, and can
hardly be expected to suppoit two.
The present arrangement will be
mutually advantageous, the Library
Association leceiving an accession of
nevcrnLhundrcd books and the boys
enjoying in return the advantage of a
well equipped reading room, open
every day and evening, as well as
the use of a library of between five
and six thousand volumes.
PROPERTY VALUES FINDING THEIR
When this paper asseited, a
couple of years or so ago, that pro
perty in and around Honolulu was
gelling at a price above its real
value, that values were then inflated,
and that a re-action had commenced
and prices would come down, some
people in the community said that
we were mistaken and knew nothing
about it. Subsequent history has
unmistakably shown that they were
wrong and the Bulletin right.
Values liayc steadily depreciated
during the past two or three years,
and arc now at a lower point than
for several years past. True, occa
sionally a property is offered at
auction which someone lias resolved
to purchaso at any cost, and a fancy
price is realised. These particular
cases are not to be taken as critorions
of value, but rather as exceptions
to the rule.
Several sales of real estate have
taken placo recently, and prices
generally have scarcely exceeded one
half of what they were two or tlueo
years, or even one year, ago. Take,
for instance, the houses and lots
sold on Wednesday and one day last
week, by Mr. Levey, at Palatnn.
These properties wero thoroughly
advertised, ami it was widely known
that they wore in tho market. Yet,
so to speak, they went begging for
purchasers, and wero "knocked
down " at prices not exceeding one
half of what the owner could have
readily got for them a Jittio mote
than a year ago.
Real estate in general has depre
ciated in a similar ratio in tho city
and its suburbs. And what wonder?
Why should building sites and build
ings in a town like Honolulu, with
abundance of laud unoccupied, and
uo back country to support it, be
priced at rates equal to those of
many large and crowded cities, with
a populous and productive country
penintt inera r
This depreciation of values should
not bo interpreted to mean that tlio
country Is collapsing, or coming to
ruin. Not at nil. It simply means
that things nro finding their proper
level. The inflation consequent on
great expectations, excited hopes,
and unreasonable anticipations is
blowing off, and people nro becom
ing calmed down to that condition
of mind where they can dispassion
ately look nt things as they really
are. littt lue lowest point is not
reached yet, and before n revival be
gins there is danger of going to the
Rents in the business parts of the
city continue to maintain rates above
what the state of business warrants.
Ground rents and shop tents aro
exorbitantly high, 'lhu takings of
many businesses are swallowed up by
rents nnd running expenses, and tlio
proprietors live on faitli and hope.
Hut these cannot continue for ever
to supply the place of profits, and
the reduction of rents, or the shutting-tip
of shops, will probably be
come imperative ere long, in more
cases than one.
A PLEA FOR DECENTRALIZATION.
Almost since the day that the for
eign press was born on thcio islands,
a municipality lias been advocated
for the administration of tho Public
Woiks Department, in common with
other Government departments of
this city. It strikes a new arrival
'n Houoh'111 w'tu surprise, to llnd
the extreme centralization which ob
tains in all administrative matters of
the Hawaiian Government. To an
old resident, it has become stereo
typed, but he cannot fail to see that
the gradual development of Hono
lulu is being unduly fostered at the
expense of the country at large.
It may seem stiangc that in a com
munity such as comprises the wealth
or backbone of Honolulu, an Anglo
Saxon community in fact, tlio
minutest detail of tho administra
tion should originate in, and be
directed from, one office, so to
speak, the Interior Department.
But such is tho case. Were the
administration such that there could
be little or no fault-finding we would
say in the words of the immortal
Shakespeare: "Better to bear tho
ills we have, than fly to those we
know not of," but the manner in
which things aro conducted nt the
present time, and have been for
some time past, is nothing more nor
less than a parody on tho common
sense of tho people. The conse
quences of the present system of
management or want of manage
ment have become painfully appa
rent, and are daily increasing in in
tensity. The unwieldyncss of that
portion of the administration allotted
to the Interior Department, has
caused'a congestion of work at the
head office. In order to relieve this
congestion, and to impart vitality,
suggestions have frequently been
matlo for relieving the Minister of
the Interior of a large portion of
the work which at present comes
within his department, by establish
ing a metropolitan board of woiks,
a harbor board and other public
bodies of that kind. It is only too
evident that an improvement on tho
present state of things is necessary,
and that local wants should be at
tended to, in preference to South
Sea Island missions and Kaimiloa
uniforms. Tho roads, a subject of
whicli tlio public aro no doubt as
sick and tired of reading about, as
the newspaper editor is of writing
on, demand immediate attention.
The present condition of tho streets
in nnd around Honolulu, is execra
ble. If tho wants of this city nnd
its suburbs, were entrusted to local
management, there is no doubt they
could be far bettor Attended to, and
the wants of tho people more
speedily effected, than by tlio prflr
sent imperfect and overburdened
central office, known as the Interior
Dopaitmeiit, It would impait
greater energy nnd activity, and
permit of tho introduction nt now
A telegram from St. Louis, dated
Fob. 8, states tliatthe National Sugar
growcro' Association met in thut
city this aftornojon. A. M. .Scoville,
Director of tho agricultural station
at Lexington, Ky. , presided. PrxsJ
dent Column's address was read by
tup Secretary, showing the totul
production of cano sugar in 1885-80
was 3,1 17,000 nveterio tons, and in
1880-87 was 2,808,000 nieterio tons.
Tue production of sugar from
SQrglujra canO in this country from
Europe had only commenced, but
had already reached an nmount
equal to our total production of all
kinds of sugar. Tho Coinmissloicr
considers that upon tlio wholo
although tho expectations of a year
ago u ave not been rwuized, the ouf
look is favorable for a lnjgo produo
tion of sugar from sorghum by the
adoption of tho new process of
diffusion nnd saturation.
An insurance hint
tho best policy."
NEWS by tlio
OAHU LODGE, No. 1 K. of P. Tlio
members of this Lodge arc respect-
meet at ttic Jinn oi
Mtlo lodge, 'o 2, K. of P., nt 13:30
p. in., on SUNDAY, the S7ln, to lake
fmi hi ihe luuirul proresdon of Hit
alo Hojiil Highness I'rlnccss Llkillke.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
CO at K. of It. A; H.
ALL MEMBERS OF
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K.
of P. ate requested lo be
prcent at tlip Lodge
Hoom, In Harmony Hall,
on SUNDAY next, Feb.
27. at 1 p. n , for the
purpi se of attending the
lhu funtial of Her late
ighucs Piiiices Llkellko.
If. uf It S.
JD a quiet prlvntu family within the
liiv piopcr, a tuiiiWhcd room. Addrcs,
staling p.utlc:ulnr-i, H. I ., Pot
Box No. 11.
CATTLE FOR SALE.
ABOUT 115 HEAD OF
Cattle, Including Milch Cows
Heifers and one Jorsoy Hull.
thinly or in lots. Apnly to
Lilian street, lust
above Judge D.iy ton's
AT TUP. ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Hawaiian Rjinle Company,
(Limited), held on Uic2ltli duy nt Ftb.
runry, leS7, nt the olllco of A. .1. Curl,
wrlght, Etiju'rc, the following ofllcers
were elected for the cnnuingjcur:
A. J CAimVKIOHT Irosii'cnt
E. LYOAN Manager
W.F.ALLEN... -Set rotary teTrca-urdr
W. H. OAbTLE Auditor
P. A. BciiiH-fer, .1. II. P.ity, . P. Dllllng.
ham, W. E. Foster.
February, 21, 1687. JiSlw
ASSISTANT HOOK-KEEPER A
young man who hos bad practical
experience in keeping IiooKb and is will,
ing to i.eucpt a low Hilary at commence
ment. Addrefs 'Emplojcr," P. O. Box
331, staling experience and salary re
quired, with leferenccs. None oilier
noticed. 07 3t
A FOItTUNE. .
THE DEATH OF A GUAND
Aunt, the children of Mr. Lilt, lute
chief olllctr of the h. S. Eplorer, aro en.
tltlo.l to a fortune ot tweny thousand
pound:. They were advertised for In
the Auckland piper, for twelve mouths
Constance is jint 21 yeuii ol age. (17 St
Should he Returned.
I LOANED SOME MONTHS SINCE,
two huge American llags, to paitics
for deoorntlo pui poses; they haie
never been letiuncd. One 10 feet long,
the other 12 feet long. The pintles w 111
confer n gi eat favor hvictiiriiing them
to ,1X0, S. MctiKEW, M. I).,
Hotel street CO lw
MRS. RODANET, the well-known
itie-smaker, HTently re tinned
from Purls, bin her die.inaking room"
still on Emma sued, above the square.
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
veins c.xpcrlcni o in Dress & Clonk
M.iking, has OPENED A DEESSMAIC
INQ ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Alakea
AUOUT ONE ION OF GROUND
Barley, slightly damaged, for tale
cbcip excellent for Hog Feed. En
quire BULLETIN OFFICE. C7 !!t
MEMHBUS OP EXCELSIOR AND
Harmony Lodges,!. O. O. F
nbo isiling RiotheiH in this itv, nro
Invited to meet at Kxcohior Lodgo'llnll,
Fort Sticet, on SUN DAY, February 87th,
nt VI o'clock noon, to piutlcirmtn in tho
funpinl ceremonies of II. R. II, Princes
Ltkellke, 07 4t
IItoIiiIu Fire Department.
rpiIBMEMHEJlS OP THE SEVERAL
JL Oompaiiies am rciuuMcil lo nssen).
bin in front of Engine House, No. 1, on
Kind Street, in full uniform witnout up
puratue, at 12. 30 p. in., on
SUNDAY, FJPB. 27th, 1887,
For tho purfoio of nttcndliig tlio funora
of Jier late Royal lllglines' l'rincoss
LilccHlvQ. A full atteiubince lade-ircd,
Valuable Real Properly !
Hy order of tho Executors of the Will
of Rev. I). BALDWIN, deceased, wo
will tell nt Public Auction,
On Saturday, March 5, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon, ntoiirSilerooin,
Quern Street, tho following
PARCELS OF LAND
1 Ono lot on tho West sldo of Puna
hou street, between tho lcsldcncc of
Hon. O. II. Judd nnd Hon. W. D. Alex
nudrr. Having a frontage of about 200
feet on Mild sweet mid a depth of nlout
An tip) ortiinlly now inuly offered is
here nllorded to procure a most disirablc
a That piece of proporly In Lalialna,
Maui, known as Uim "Baldwin Home
stead," situato near the Court House and
1 Hiding; emit lining about 1 acre, 3
roods and i poles.
!I Tho Ahupirm of Knuauh, near
Lab.iln i, Including several lots t'iciulti,
sold tofiild 1). Biiblwiii at various times.
This is a line land ami furnishes another
of the cliancis jeaily glowing raierof
puichislng ixtensloii tiact.
1. Tho well-known nnd desirable
proputy called Mount Retreat, bick of
Lulminaluna, containing nearly 201)
acres of pasture land, ttgcthei with the
houstf lot and fori 31 laud. One of t'ic
Milubilous aud delightful place' In the
Islands where nt little cost oe fatigue
families cnu obtain a 1 ealihful m.d re
freshing summer climate.
fi. 10 acres of line land in Kamaolc.
Kulu, Maul, covird by Royal Patent
0 10 acre of valuable land at Kinin.
ole, Kuln, Maui, near to lot G, covered hy
Royal Patent -111.
7. That line tract of land containing
935 acres cnlhd Kiikulata, In Kula,
Maui, covered by Itoy.il Patent 2783.
8. An orange Grove in Kaupo, Maui,
rontiilnlng , acre, covered by L. U. A.
All if the above mentioned propirtj
will be sold lo the highest bidder foi
Cish. N. S BALDWIN,
Dni" Further particulars can be hud
of Wiii.mam 11. Casii.i-, Attorney In
Honolulu, of W. W. HALL,
D. D. BALDWIN,
Executors of the Will of 1). Baldwin.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
GO td Auctioneers.
Tuesday Evening, March 1st,
Thursday Evening, March 3d,
Saturday Evening, March 5th,
The Oura Comp'ny
The famous troupe of Japanese jit
formi'iB to his Majesly the Mikido and
Royal Household, will, while en route
to Min Francisco, New York, London
and I'nrif, givo a slimt season in Hoiio
lulu. 'This Cimpany com-Uts of twelve
peiforinT, males and females. Their
teats aiemaiieloiiH, n;v aud numciout,
(lnbiaciug Ihe famous
ACT OF OGAWA,
(walking wlih bare feet on thorznr llko
edges of Yacnnin sw ril), walking in
Hie with bare feet, ttc , o'c.
The celobiMted trick, Revolving a
Hugu Tub, with one performer inside
and one on the ouislde, the
Greatly improved, Ealanclng- Fans, Uni.
brellns, ore, nro aUo among tho feats.
Box Plan now open at tho Elite lco
Doors open nt 7;t() p. m.
W. II. AMHMCII,
Ex "J. O. Ford,"
Imperial White Mail
Also, a new nssortmont of-
Wp-ll Ptipevs, Sec
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
CO 4(uocn Street. 0t
Will bo open every nftornoou and even
lug as follows:
Monday, Tuomliiy, Wetliiesilay and
To tho public In general.
For ladlps and gvntlorneii.''
For Indies, gentlemen nnd rlilldien.
Lcbsons in Fancy Skating.
Friday and Baturday Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Managor,
AUCTION SALE OF
By order of Mr. .1. W.MAODONALD
wo will sell at Public Auction, on
Saturday, February 26th, '87,
At 13 o'clock noon, nt our Sales
rooinp, Quten Ktrcut,
ONE BAY MARE
0 yean old; hrbken lo harness.
Sired by IiwinDait'.
ONE BROWN HORSE
7 years old; broken to suldio and
This offer an nppnrli uity l'i lnopuro
stock, as the Hi'ivoi are sound and in
Persons wishing to see tho Howes can
do so by applying at the Lily Shoeing
Shop, opposite (ho Piiulheon Stabka,
Port Stm t.
ADAMS & CO.,
AUCTION SALE OF
On Wednesday, March
At 10 o'clock it. m.,
Ai tho Siore lnlely occupied by T. J.
MOSSMAN, corner of Numinit ami King
streets, wo will sell at Public Auction,
an assortment of
Crockery & Glassw're
CUT GLASS WINE GLASSES
Sugar Biwh, Fruit Dishes,
Decorated Cups and Saucers,
MAJOLICA AV A. 11 33,
Cups, Siucoi-", Pin lets,
1 10 C 11 A. rV Si I Tu a. at 1 H .
Pitchers and lli:iu, lluir UiiHlies,
TAItlii: MSM'ES AXI IOHKN.
Sets Carvers, Te i "lid Table Spm ns
Toilet Mhrors, Wntci Mouk'ys,
Spices, tte., etc., etc., ttc.
ONE riETTUK FISHSM.
Tho Stoio will lie (lien for iiii)Cction
on TUHSDAY, March 1st.
E. P. ADAMS
By order of MR. .JOS. I1YMAX, c
v ill sell at Public Auction,
On Thursday, March 3, 1887,
At 10 o'clock A. M.,
At the i evidence, Foit street, (below
the Foit Street School) his entire
Household Furniture, compris
ing In pint:
I Carved Blaok Walnut Parlor Set,
upholstcied In Hair Cloth;
1 WEBER SQUARE PIANO
In good lono, a lino Instrumout;
1 Ebony Musio Rack.
1 Mm l)le-top . W. Center Table.
1 Biustels Center Rug,
1 Ollio Wood Hand Caned Center
1 Pair Wool and Silk Drawing-room
Curtains, 1 yards long;
Black Walnut Cornices,
Parian Maiido Flguics,
1 Brono Clock, Mai bio base;
2 Brouc Unib,
2 3-Llght Chandelier,
B. W. Hair Cloth Patent Rocker,
1 B. W. Leather Lounge,
I Massivo Carved B. W. Marble-top
Bedroom Set) 7 pieoes;
Hair Mutti ess,
1 Steel Frame Spring Math ess,
Feather Pillows, Hair Pillows,
Bui can Rugs, Sof.i Itugs,
tieu jvineu, uiauueis,
Window Cm tains and Cornice,
2 Dresden China Figures,
Pictures, Bracked-, '
1 Elegant Carved Black Walnut Mar
ble Top Sideboard,
1 LVLlght Chandelier,
1 12-ftB.W. Extension Table
Black Walnut Dining ( haiu,
China Salad Bowl,
1 Dicsdeu China Fruit Stand,
GLASS AND CROCKERYWARE
1 Dinner Set, Plated Waie,
Brith Tubs, Mats, nil assortment of
1'AVTItV 1,IIKMHI1I.'(J UOOHM
Kitchen Stovoaml Kitchen Utensils,
Gulden Tools, Uaidcu Hose,
If not pioUoilsly disposed of,
ONK FIKJJ LOW i'lIAIWON
C3?Tho hotiso. vlll bo open for In
spection on WRDJKpAYi March 2d,
fioiiilO-v. it. tijll v. 'jiJ
E. 1. ADAMS
Unvpeiitfv t Jtuildcr
I10UtE3 AND 1'UIINITUIIE JlKfAlHEl),
XuIjov. IjS.OO nor 13ny.
Woikfiboi). : : H" Mauu'ikc.i Slreol
A Now Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in this Market.
Arrived at la
WIIL'REAS DEFAULT HAS BKKN
Hindi! in tlio condition of that
certain Mortgage made by Contluo&
Ahiing to Ilvman Brothers, datrd De
cember 1C, 1883, nnd recoided In Liber
DO, pices III to 140, and rotlro of In.
Icniloii to forrclo.se ll.o ramo has been
duly given. Now, therefore, lu accord
ance with t)io power of sale In cald
Mortgage contained nnd by older of
said iloitgnjec, I will sell nt Public
Auction, at my Salesrooms in Honolulu,
Siiturtlny, March 5, 1887,
at 12 o'clock, noon.
The piopeity eoveied by said Mott-
1st The Lpiio of that ceitaln piece
of Land Bltunto nt Kuhnluu, Koolau.
Oaliu, whficou is situated tho Rlee Mill
belonging to Moilgngois and dtscilbcd
In a Lease fiom Ah Van ii Co. to Cou
eheo & Ahung, dated September", 1880,
for 15 years, and leemdcd In Reg. of
Deeds in Book 05, on pages n(!0-!J77, nnd
nlso all lliilldlngi, Maehlneiy. and
apimrtctinnces hcieon situate and also
21 Iliad of Working Oxen, 2 Ox Calls,
1 Paddy Wm chouse, stoiing capacity
100 tons, 1 Dwelling Houc. 1 unail
WniehotiBi) nt Kahahiu beach, II Horses.
The Mill is ono of tlio very best on the
Island, mid cleans CO bags A No. 1
Rice In twelve hours, and is uni by
Wntcrpower, Is lu ilrst class oider; it
was elected about C ye.iisagontncot of
812,0G0. The Giouiid lent for the Mill
site and Wntoi po er Is $200 per annum.
2nd Ono undivided ono fouith in
tciest in tho Wniliolu Rico Plantation
known as Wing Chong Put Company,
consisting of 10 lcnsoholds moio or
less and having !I5 acres of Rico land
moio or less anil being inteicst and
lenses and leasehold inteicst, dcs.
oiibed in Scliedtilo O in snid niort
gago, nlso two Houses, ono Rico
Floor, 7 lloises, 8 woiking Oxen, 3
Plows and utensils lcquisitc for plan
tation. Rental about $1,020 per
owes about $11,500.
3rd Tlio Lcnso of all of Unit cer
tain piece of laud with buildings and
improvements thereon situate on
Nuuanu sheet in said Honolulu op
posite the Into Queen Emma's resi
dence and lately occupied by tlio
Moitgagors as htoru and ollice niul
detciibed in a lease fiom Chailes It.
Bishop nnd H. P. Bishop to Cfmclico
it Ahung dated November 23, 1878,
for lio yeais and from January 1,
1883, and extended for 5 veais from
January 1, 1888 at a rental of $300
per annum, and lceouled in taid
Registiy in Rook C8, page 32. This
pioporty is i en ted now at $45 per
month. For fuither paitictihus on
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L.A.THURSTON.
50 20 Attorney for Moi tagces.
Talil Real Estate
Under instructions from Ihe HON.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, I khall sell
at rut uc Auction, on
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
at my salesrooms, corner of Foit and.
Quoin t-titcis, Honolulu, that virv de
. ii.ihio Had of lai.il bituatcd nt Kulill,
Lilian Sliett, known as Lpo You.
man's Pr puty, coniptislng
Zalo & Kula Land
of supoilor quality, wcll-ivateied.
Lot Ko. 1 Coiiiainlng an area of
11 and C100 ncrot, ut an upset price
of $7,500.00. ,
Lot Ho. 2 Adjoining Ihe above on
tho mauka side, and containing an
aim of 1 am1. Upset price $75000.
TTKKIUS CA1I. Pccds nt the
(xpt'ine of purchn'CH. Pnrthei p'irtlc.
ulaisinaybo lei.rutd ly appllcntion nt
the olllco of the Roird of Education,
where pluni and surviys of tho laucl
may bu seen.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu. Feb. 2. U87 . -tOtd
On Account of being Over Stooked
lack Sack Suits!
Black Frock Suits!
wort una Htin;
ETC. ETC. ETC.
SJT Wo wllj mako a reduottori on tjio
Now is your cliiiDtio to buy Black
rpiIE FIBM OP BPEAR&PPEIPEH.
X having Leen dissolvtd by older of
the Supremo Court, nnd lhu undcrslgnid
appointed Receiver; notice Is hereby
givin that lhu duo otock of Watrhcs
nf)d.loelry vll) be on bale fitlho ttoro
oi fc'peartfcPfidfcr for a short 'tlnuynt
All parties Indebted to this Htm tiro
notlllcd to mako settlement nt once.
W. P. ALLEN,
Receiver for Kpcnr & PJeifcr.
Honolulu, Feb, 10, 1867. 50 1m
Bell Tel. 112.
Mulunl Tel. 872.
O, Box 107.
i miivhiii w wit
Campbell Block, Morchant St.,
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Real Estato Agents, Cus
tom Kouso and Money Brokers.
FIRE AND LITE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Lease, Contracts, mid all kinds of Con-
cymicing, Tiadcfinen's Books wilt.
ten up, Ileitis nnd Accounts col.
IccUd, Itctuius prompt.
OKAItGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Ollir the fillnw.iig:
llouso to Rent and Furnlluro for Sale.
Lo io $20 per month. House contains
8 Kmns and bath; nlso hot and cold
wain; good locality, tho 11111111104'
walk fiom Post Ollice.
For Sale Hiuifo and Lot. About J
ncio, within flvomlinit-s walk of Post
Ollice. llouso contains I) rooms, late
ly put in good repair Slables and
To Ronl. Three Houses on Lllllm Street.
For Sale 1 Optn Sldt-B r Hii(.gy,e!unp.
For Sato Cheap. 1 Square Piano, iy, Om
tave-i, in good c.rdei.
1 Uprljjht Piano, 1 Ocacs, In good
Rooms to Rent. Four cry hanilomely
fuinldied rooms In largo bouse ; well
situated on .N mini) it Avenue. Kent
$10 n montli earli.
To Lot. Tno house and ground fdluntul
in Nuuanu Avenue, iccenily occupied
by A. J. Cnrtwilght, Jr , Etq.
To Lol. A Cioomed Cottage, with Car.
tinge llouso and Outhouse, Nuuanu
Avenue, near Govcrnmant reservoir,
aliovo lite Queen Dowager Einnn's
t placo, with Khout 2 acres of laud 2i
mlloj from twn. Bent $10 per month.
To Let. AG-roomedCftlaijc, with kitchen
atiiichid; upner end of Nuuanu
Aieuue, oppoiltc " Valley Home," in
eictllont order. Kent $ltf.
For Salo or Lease -With Immediate pos.
ses,ion, that valuable cstntu knoiru ns
tho NUUANU VALLEY RANCH.
sltuntid In the Nuuanu Valley, 1
miles from Iho city, at.d undoubtedly
the mot eligible silo for a milk or
milk nnd butter dnli In this Kingdom.
llell Teleiilione 34H. I. O. Max 41 3.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
Hooka i t'lttcn up, AeeountH and
Employment mid Shipping Agency.
Labor Contract Blanks and ltovcnuo
Stamps always on hand. Copying anil
translating in all languages used ' this
Kingdom. Oidcrj from the other Is.
lauds will receive piompt attention.
Valuablo Properties for Sale. 2 Acres of
Land, splendidly sliuattd in Makiki
1 Acre in Mnklkl, on Bcret&nia street,
Hue building the.
1J Aciui with 4 loom Cottage, on Lllilia
For Lease. 10 Acres of Land, 1 miles
Iroin 1ossinaiiV corner 15 acres of
w'hUh Is i-uital lo tor plther JJieo op
Taio, anil has bteu under cultivation
for the last 5 yeaio. All biilldjngs
nectssary for a (list-class little ranch
now on the piemlse ,
Wanted. A got d Hostler;
A ooinpo'Oiit Gurdener.
Full particulars givtu upon applica.
No. 33 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith &
Tho Finest Brand of
In the Market at the
CENTRAL CIGAR STAND,
J miriU'.ti, i-iopiielor,
The B.uk "O R. Blflliop,'! H. Wpl,
lors, Commander, has jlist airivcd, I2Q
das tiom Jlicniui, -vttli a cargo of ' '
For the Huwailan Trade,
i i .
Parllciilnra will bo furnished on ap.
plication to'tlio undersigned. '
H. HACKFELD & CO,
Haw. MJotyluii Co.
Reduction of Rates!
COMMENCING ON THE PIRSTiOP
April nts', the iimim) of-all instri.
meats in no in tint District of Komi, Li,
laud ol Onhu, ylll bo icduced to $5.00
pur (pini tin
Pirsou-, dc-liiiig lo mako oontinnts
for one yeai at tills ite will bn fur.
nislicd Willi foimson application at tho
olllco of tho Company,
A discount of 10 per pent will bo al
lowed lo subici ihtra pajlng a year's
lent lu advance.
Profcldintllmv. Poll Tel. Co,
Honolulu, February 21, 1887 1 05 1m
Noy i'iiologmpli Koomu,
OVEH NiehoVs Moio. Port slrcot,
next tho Shooting Oalleiy, Pic
turcs, Portraits nnd views. First olass
woik. Satisfnition guarnntocd.