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Tho Court will go Into full mourning
for Her Into Royal Highness Princess
Llkellke from this duto until tho dny
after the Funeral; nnJ will wcat lmlf
mourning from th it time uull the ex
plration of two weeks from the day of
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
11. M.'a Chamberlain
IoliniiP.tliOH.Peb 15, 18S7.
BISHOP Co., UANICJbKB
Honolulu, Hawaiian Island.
Draw Exchange on tho
Banlc ol Onltl'oruln, H. IT.
And their agonts in
NEW YOBK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
M essrs. N. M . Hot hschi 1 d & Son , London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, antl Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
lw iUiihi SB:uUr.tin.
Pledged to Edlthrr Beet nor Fartj.
Bat cstaMIihed far the beneflt of all.
SATURDAY. FEB. 20. 1887.
THE "BULLETIN" SUMMARY.
Our Summaiiy will be issued on
Monday next, the 28th instant.
It will be found to be an interesting
and comprehensive number, con
taining the latest Volcano news,
full particulars of the wreck of the
barqucntinc Sclina, numerous edit
orial nrticlcs on local topics, and a
of Honolulu and
THE SUPPLY EXCEEDS THE DEMAND.
It is a fact patent to all observers
that modern education has a tcnd-H
vuujr lu iiinijiiuiuj iui juuuum muui,
in the sense of engendering dissatis
faction with the laborer's occupation
and lot. Boys of poor parentage,
in all countries which advance in the
line of freedom, have now school
advantages that were beyond the
reach of boys of similar station
fifty or even twenty-five years ago.
The consequence is, that in these
countries there is n comparative
decrease in the number of those
willing to make a livelihood by
manual labor, and a proportionate
increase of those who seek n living
at sedentary occupations. Tho de
crease in the former is so great in
some places as to considerably in
An. rl . nr n 1 1 1 .. Innlillnl lnhnil
crease the value of labor, which,
prima Jack, betters the condition
of that class. The increase of the
latter has got so far ahead of the
demand as to create an over-stocked
market almost everywhere, and
render it difficult for young men of
this class to secure situations, unless
backed by the support of influential
It appears from Messrs. ,T. K.
Browu & Co.'s Fortnightly Labor
Report, published in to-day's Bulle
tin, that at the present time tliore is
a surplus of this class.of "help" in
the local market. Decent, respect
able young men, thoroughly com
petcnt as accountants and book
keepers, are unable to get employ
ment at any price. Tho supply is
greater than the demand, and un
fortunately most applicants for
employment of this nature are
totally unfit for any other class of
work. They have been brought up
to pen-driving, and nothing clso, and
when out of a situation fiom any
cause whatsoever, find it hard to get
another, as there are numerous ap
plicants for every opening that
occurs. If theso people had been
taught trades or brought up to
farming, they would have- had a
wider field in which to seek a Itving,
and would probably have been
grateful for it to-day. All schooling
which has a tendency to imbuo boys
with a feeling that manual laber is
degrading, is a sad blunder, and
that training which finds no other
use for a boy's hands than holding
a peu, needs reforming.
BAD FOR THE HACKMEN.
Euitoh Rullktin: Tho letter In
your issue of Feb. 24th under tho
heading of "Dangerous to Life and
Health," was read in the hearing or
one of of fliir visitors just arrived
on the Mariposa who nitido the re
mark emphasized by some very
strong expletives that tho statement
In that article was true, p3 ho had
proved to liis entire satisfaction hy
one ride in on express, to tho great
damage to his interior arrangements,
aud that for tho future he enould go
on foot whenover It was possible to
do so, counting himself by that ono
rule us another of tlio
To-morrow, Sunday, is the day
appointed for tho funeral of Her
lato Royal Highness Princess Like
like. The preliminary funeral ser
vices will be held in the Palace
during tho forenoon, and will bo
conducted bv tho Bishop of Hono
lulu and the Revs. Alexander
Mackintosh and George Wallace,
the music being supplied by mem
ber of St. Andrew's Cathedral
choir, and by the Kawalhau Club.
The procession will form on King
street, and at 2 i m. will start
towards the Royal Mausoleum, up
tho Valley. Tho final portions of
the Episcopalian burial servico will
be read by Bishop Willis anil the
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh. The music
to bo rendered en route from the
Palace to the cemetery will be fur
nished by the Royal Hawaiian, the
Reformatory School, the St. Louis
College, and the Portuguese bands.
A special funeral march for the
occasion has been composed
Bandmaster Berger, and will
played during the march.
The catafalque to be used
morrow at the funeral of the
late Royal Princess Likelike, has been
on view throughout the day. It is
after the style of previous convey
ances used on similar occasions in
former j'cars. Tho body of the
catafalque is neatly covered with
black cashmere, surmounted with
a pyramldical dome resting on four
pillars covered with black eloth, en
twined with white silk ribbons. On
tho top of each pillar is placed a
gorgeous black feather plume with
white tips and on tho top of the
dome or covering is an immense
crown, the emblem of Royalty. At
tached to the odges is a neatly
draped fringe, looped up with white
silken bows. To the catafalque will
be attached n long black covered
rope, interlaid with white ribbon,
which will bo manned by a hun
dred Hawaiians, who will, on this
special occasion, perform the duties
usually assigned to horses. Tho
whole of this workmanahip has been
entrusted to tho city undertaker,
Mr. C. E. Williams, who has exe
cuted the work entrusted to him in
a highly artistic and appropriate
JOHN NOTT'S STORE.
The old established house on Ka-
ahitnianu street conducted by Mr.
John Nott, is well known as one of
tho best emporiums in this town for
stoves, granite, iron and tin ware.
Mr. Nott's stock is varied and com
prehensive, and to obtain an ap
proximate idea of what he has on
hand, an inspection of his extensive
premises on both sides of Kaaliu
manu street is ncccessary. Tho
housekeeper who desires to replenish
her slock of household goods and
chattels, or she who is about to cm
bark in housekeeping, and conse
quently requires a complete out
fit could not do better than
to pay a visit to Mr. Nott's premi
ses, where will be found in addition
to tho specialties above mentioned,
chandeliers, lamps and lanterns,
water pipe and rubber hose, crock
ery ware and housekeeping goods of
every description. The stock of
agato ware, is large and varied,
comprising everything from the
agate-lined frying pan, to the orna
mental tea and coffee pot. The
cooking ranges are of the latest de
signs, and celebrated for their light
consumption of fuel. In addition
to keeping an extensive stock, Mr.
Nott is a practical plumber, tin and
copper smith, and with trained as
sistants, is prepared at all times to
fit up ranges, lay water pipes and
execute anything connected with
the working of tin, lead, copper or
sheet iron. The stock of general
hardware comprises every requisite
for house Dtfings, Our advice is, to
all who are furnishing, to pay a
visit to Mr. Nott's factory and salps
rooms, No. 8, Kaahumami street.
An Italian singer is credited witli
having discovered a musical mode of
catching fish. lie has been out on
the Lake of Geneva, and netted
them by shoals after singing to
them. Snakes have an ear for music,
,and why not fish ? It is said that
H9I1CS have ears as sharp as the
eyes of a bird. It is said that when
tho new musical fisherman sang to
the finny tribes they gathered
round the boat to listen to tho con
cort without paying for tickets. The
Mario of the waters had an excellent
audience, which he afterwards nes
ted and brought to shore, and sold
them to pay for their share of tho
entertainment. It may bo one of
tho htories of 'the seison,'l)iit if it js
it is an improvement upon 'large
gooseberries.' It at least opens
pleasant prospects among the
smacks. Tho sounds of fishermen
singing on still nights at sea will be
wortli n cruise to hear. Perhaps
an accordion will do for the less cul
tivated sort of fish. A hurdy-gurdy
may sufllco for tho common kind.
VJ10 knows but a foghorn may bo
witch a whale? Perhaps Professor
Huxley, if ho bo eliJl at the head of
tho Scottish Fisheries, will ordpr ex
periments to be mado, If it bo trtto,
wo shall want Hullnlis and Cremo
nian violinists on tho sea coast.-fN.
V. "Weekly Press.
' VTust Hko hirn"r-Hi8 photograph.
Little Jimmy, when told by- his
teacher tlint he was made of dust,
stoutly refused to believe it, saying
quickly, 'Then why don't I turn to
mud when nurse
puts mo In tho
Mill Fire DwirUnt
rpjlli MEMBERS OF 1 1113 SEVERAL
X. Companies uie requested to iissem.
lilu In front of Engine House, No. J, on
King Street, in full uniform without ap
paratus, ill 12:30 p. m., on
SUNDAY, FEB. 27th, 1887,
For the purpose of attending the funeral
of her late Rovnl Hlg'ticsi Princes
Likullkc. A full iillciiditieo l dcslictl.
Per order, HENRY SMITH.
07 -It Sec'v H. F. D.
Mechanic Engine Comp'y, No. 2.
"HIE MEMBERS OK THIS COM-
tmnv ure reuueted to nii'ct nl tliclr
Kiiirlne Hnuo TU-MORROW (Sunday,
Fehrunry 27th), iit 12:lf o'clock, p. in.,
in full uulfonn, to ntti-nd the funeral of
Hei Into Koyal Hlghues l'llnccs Like,
like. JAS. F. MORGAN,
70 It Foreman.
Gr.o. W. Df.Lono Post, No. 45,
Dki'aiitm't op Camkounia, O A.R,
Honolulu, Feb. iU, lfc87. )
All Comrades In this rlty arc
luruliv rcqucbtetl to meet at our
IIull.'Kiiii; ritreet. at li-X0 p in.
on hUNDAY, Kebruiiry '27ih
insl., to pirtlclpiilo In tlm fune
nil uccmonlcs of the late Prln.
ces Llkellke. All visiting com
rades, cither army or navy, are
also Invited to join with the
Post, l'li'uso wear badges ami lil.uk
clothes. Hy order of
JAMES T. WHITE,
70 It Junior ViccCommnnder.
Oceanic Council, No. 777, A. L. of H.
THE MEMBERS OF TII18 COUN
cll are rcqufFtcil to meet in tluir
Hall TO-MORHOW, (Sunday, Fcbru.
ary 27lh), ut 12:80 pm.. to uttend the
funeral of Her late Royal Highncs
JOHN C. WHITE.
70 It Secretary.
Hawaiian Council, No. 689, A. L.of H.
MEMBERS OF HAWAIIAN COUN.
ell, No. 059, A. L. of II . will meet
at Hull of Oceanic Council. No. 777. on
Fort ftieet, TO-MORHOW AFTER
NOON, nt 1 p. in., for tlm purpose of at.
tending thn funeral of Her latu Royal
llli:hiiu-s Princess Likelike
70 it PER ORDER.
mprowl Order of Red Men.
MEMBERS OF HAWAIIAN TRIBE
No. I arc requested to nscmlile
at the Wigwam on SUNDAY AFTER
NOON next at 1 o'clock, to attend the
funeral of Her lato Royal Richness
Prlncecb Likelike. Per ordor of tho
Honolulu, February 2."), 18d7. 70 It
MEMBERS OF EXCELSJOR AND
Harmony Lodges, I. O. O. l',
nleo vlMtlng Brothers in this city, nre
Invited to meet at Exeebior Lodgo Hull,
Fort Street, 011 SUN DA Y, February 27th,
at VI o'clock noon, to partlulpato In tho
funural ceremonies of H. R, II. Princess
Llkellke. 07 -it
OAIIU LODGE, No. 1 IC of P. Tho
membors of this l.ciljo are respect,
fully rcqiue 0 I to meet at the Hall of
Jlystlu Lodge, No 2, K. of P., at 12:110
p. in., on SUNDAY, tho 7th, to take
part in thu funeral procession of Her
Into Royal Highnef-H Princess Likillke.
JOHN C. WHITE,
0'J 2t K. of R. & S.
ALL MEMBERS OF
Mystic Lodge No. 2, K.
off'., lire requested lo lie
present at the Lodge
0.1 HUNDAY iiuxi, Fob.
27, at 1 p. in., for tho
purpipo of attending the
"NliS- uiu nun pi 01 hit into
RoviirTTlghiiaJH Prince. Llkellke.
.1, ROTH WELL.
09 2t K, of H S.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of tho Knwailoa
Ranch Co., will be held at tlio ofllco of
Messrs. Bishop ifc Co., MONDAY, Fob.
mnry 28ih, 1S37, nt H:30 nVlonk, p. in
70 It J. H. FISHER, Beo'y.
,m M ..... ..- .- . HI II ..
GOOD PASTURAGE FOR HORSES
?3 00per inriith. near town. Ap.
ply to T, J. KING.
10 t Union Feed Oo
U "1 1J
I 1 1 J
H 4V r
By order of thn Executors of tho Will
of How I). BALDWIN, deceased, wo
will Mill at Public Auction,
On Saturday, March 5, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon, atourSalcsroom,
Queen Strcit, tho following
PARCELS OF LAND
1 One lot on tho Wc3t t ldo of Tuna
h'Mi street, between tho residence of
Hon. C. II. Judd mid Hon. W. D. Alex
nnder. Having a frontage of about 09
fret on nid Mice! mtil .1 dip'li of'ulout
An opport inlty now inrclj offered Is
licrcufTnrdiil to proem o n most dislri blu
2 That piece of property In Lnhalmi,
Muui, Known 113 thn "Baldwin Honio
Heud," ltualu near the Court House and
1 Hiding; cont'ilnliig about 1 acre, 3
Kinds and ii poles.
;i The Ahuptinu of Knuauli, near
Lnlmin.i, Ineluilirg several lots therein,
sold to mid 1). Ilnhlwln nt various times.
This Is aline lnud and furnishes in'Othcr
of tho cliamcs youly glowing inreruf
puicliuslug extension tract.
1. The well-known and desirable
property railed Mount Retreat, hick of
uihuinaluuu, ( outlining nearly 200
iicies of pisinie land, ugclhcr with tho
houm lot and foil si land. One of the
tnlubrinus and delightful plueas In the
Islands where at Hltle cost or futlguu
families can obtain 11 healthful ntid re
freshing summer climate.
n. til acre of tine land in Knmnolc,
Kuln, Maul, cove rod by Koyal Patent
010 acre.' of ulimblc land nt Kniun.
olo, Kuln, Maul, near to lot 5, eovirod by
Rnyal Patent 411.
7. That fine tinct f land containing
985 notes callid Knkulncn, In Kuln,
Mnul. covered by R0y.1l Patent 782.
3. An orange drove in Knupo, Muui,
mntiijning ljj acre, covered by 1.. t .
All 1 f tlm nLavc mentioned piopcrty
will be sold to the highest bidder for
Cusli. X.S IJAIiDWIN,
EKif Further particulars iiui be find
of YV111.1.IAM It. Castlk, Attorney in
Honolulu, or V. W. HALL,
D. D. BALDWIN,
Execiitois of the Will of D. Bahlwiu.
' "e. P. ADAMS & CO.,
(,0 i:i Auctioneers.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE ON BBKE
tani'i Strict, ndo!tinn ihc
residence of Mrs. Morcun.
Cottage contains fi rooms with kitchen,
Etc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS & CO.
a imowN no use,
about ln hinds high,
heavy mane and tail.
No bnind. Tall out
to hocks. The Under
rcwnrdid upon nppli.
F. M. HWrtNZY,
i bu tuitnbly
MISS H. TUCK has icmovtd from
I'liucliboul street to No. 43
IKiiiiiia Street, where the will be
glnd to meet all her pupils Embroid
ciy and Fancy Work Classes now form
Ing New bumping Patterns ie':elvcd
rcgulaily by mull. 70lf
CATTLE FOR SALE.
ABOUT 115 HEAD OF
Cattle, Including Mileh Cous
Heifers and one Jersey Bull.
For sale tlnirly or in lots. Apply to
JA3. SEAIiUHY, Lillha street, just
above Judge Dayton's. (10 lw
4 T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
XX. the Hawaiian Rumio Company,
(Limited), held on lho2Uu dny of Fib
ruury, lt87, at the office of A. J. Cur..
wright, Etriulre, tho following oulccri.
were elected for tho ensuing year:
A. J CART WRIGHT President
E. LYOAN .,.., Manager
W. F. ALLEN .... Secretary & Treasurer
W. R. OAhTLE r . Auditor
F. A. Bcimcfer, J. H.P.ity, B.F. Dilling
ham, W. E. Foster.
W. F.ALLEN, Scc'y.
Februnry,21, U87; 118 lw
New Photograph Rooms.
OVER NIcIioI'm More, Fort stnet,
next Uiu Shooiitig Galleiy, Pic.
lures. P01 traits und Views. First-claBs
work. batUfmtion guaranteed.
Olv J. A. OONSALVE8.
ASSISTANT BOOkrlf EEPER A
young man who has had practical
experience in keeping books and Is will,
tug lo iiucept n 1 iw Hilary at commence
ment. AddreiB ' Emplojer," P. O. Box
331, stating experience and fciihiry re
quired, with icfeienees. None other
noticed. 07 :it
JL of tlio Hawuilaii Islands
ruptcy. in Iho matter of ALBERT
BARNES, n bankrupt.
Order of adjudication.
Upon rending the otltlon heiein, nnd
upon pi oof biforo inn tiken, I do find
that tho snld ALBERT BARNES
bus become a bankrupt wllhln tho truo
intent and mo'ining of tho .Act approved
on tho 20th day of August, 1BS4. en.
titled llAn Act to lcgu'uie pioccedlngs
in Baukruptcy In thu Hawaiian Itlnuds."
And I do hereby declare and iiUjiidiyo
the said ALBERT BARNES Baiik.
nipt aco .rdlugly.
And I do further order that tho ci edit
ors of Uiu said Bankrupt come in ami
prove tliclr debts before tue Jubtlivj of
tho Supreme Com t as slnll lie siulnu; in
Chaiuburs nt Alliolanl Halo, Honolulu,
on MONDAY, tho SfJih dar of Febrii.
ary, A. D. Ib87, between the hours of
ten o'clock in the forenoon and noon of
the slid dny and elect ono or more
assignee or assignees of the said Bank,
And that notlco hereof be published
three times In the Daily Bui.m.ti.v,
newMiiper published in Honolulu in
tho English language.
J(. J.'. JtlUJUSKXUn,
Jtjstlco Supicmo Couit.
Attest 1 J, H. Rels
AUCTION SALE OP
On Wednesday, March 2nd,
At 10 o'clock n. in.,
At the Store lately occupied by T. J.
MOBSMAN, corner of NuiiHim and King
streets, wo will sell in Public Auction,
an assortment of
Crockery & Glassw're
CUT GLASS WINE GLASSES
Sugar H ul, Fruit Dishes,
Decorated Cups mid Himcr?,
l)c united We,
3IAJ OIjJLOA AV A. Jl .13,
Cup, S nicer', 1 n'teic,
x:i3 0o:itA.rE,:iai ji.vaixw,
Pitchers mid 11 wins, Hair Brushes,
taiim: Kxivr.a yu foiikh,
Sets Carvei?, Tea and Table .Spoons
Toilet Mirrors, Water MonKiys,
Spices, itc, etc., etc., etc.
ONK LKTTKlt l'KKSS.
The Store will be npi 11 for Inspection
on TUESDAY, March M.
ADAMS & CO.,
order of MR. JOS. HYMAN, wo
will sell at Public Auction,
On Thursday, March 3, 1887,
At 10 o'clock a. si
At thn resldeucu, Fort street, (below
the Fort Street School) his entlio
Household Furniture, compris
ing lu part:
I Carved Blaok Walnut Parlor Set,
upholstered lu Hnlr Cloth;
1 WEBER SaUARE PIANO
In good tone, a fino instrumout;
1 Ebony Music Rack,
1 Maible-top 11. W. Center Table.
1 Biustels Center Rug,
1 Olho Wood Hand Caived Center
1 Pair Wool aud Silk Drawing-room
Curtains, 4 yards long;
Black Walnut Cornices,
Pin bin Mai hie Figuics,
1 Bronze Clock, Marble base;
2 Bronze Urns,
2 3-Llght Chandelier,
B. W. Hair Cloth Patent Rocker, .
1 B. W. Leather Lounge,
I Massive Carved B. W. Marble-top
Bedroom Sol, 7 pieces;
1 Steel Frame Spring Mattress,
Feather Pillows, Hair Pillows,
Bureau Rugs, Sofa Rugs,
Bed Linen, Blankets,
Window Curtains and Cornice,
2 Dresden China Figures,
1 Elegant Carved Slack Walnut Mar
ble Top Sideboard,
I 2-Light Chandelier.
J 12'ftB.W. Extension Table
Black Walnut Dining Chairs,
China Sa)ad Bowl,
1 Dicdcu China Fruit Stand,
GLASS AND CROCKERYWARE
1 Dinner Set, Plated Waic,
Bath Tubs, Mnts, nil assoitmeut of
1MXTHV FUltSlMIIIXU UOOD.S
Kitchen Stove and Kitchen Utensils,
Gulden Tools, Garden Hose,
If not previously disposed of,
ONE FINE JLOW PHAETON
ESPTlio lioiiso will bo open for In
spection on WEDNE-DAY, March 2d,
from 10 a. m. toll p. m.
E. P. ADAMS
HAWAIIAN OPBRA HOUSE
Tuesday Evening, March 1st,
Thursday Evening, Msroh 3d,
Saturday Evening, Maroh 5th,
The Oura Comp'ny
Tho famous troupe of Jipaneso p;r
foriucis to his Mujesiy the Mikado and
Royal (lou-eiinUI, III, wliilo en route
to tni Frmifllsi'ii, New 'Yrrk, London
and Purb, gio a slioit aeasou in Iliino
lulu. This Ci mpuny coii'-Uts of twelve
pei form y, mules ami fciimles. 'Piirlr
fc.its aiemarelooH, ii'iw nnd jiumeioii ,
embinciug ihu f.iinnim
ACT OF OGAWA,
(walking whh barn feet ou the n zor like
edgOH of Y.iconln sw'i'd-), wilMng lu
Urn lib bare font, 1 to , etc.
The celulir.ited trick, Revolving n
Hugo Tub, with ono perfoimer inside
and ono 011 the outside, ilu
Greatly Improved, Balancing Fms, Urn.
brcllns, olc, are also among iho fonts.
Box Plan now open at tho Elite Jeo
Crcum Pat lot b, ' '
Doors open nt 7:! 0 p. in.
W, II. AMHtlOU,
Carpenter & Jtiilliloi'
HOUEEJ AND FUHMTUHU REPAtHKI),
X-iiiljoi-, Ka.OO por Way.
WprkHkop, j : 87 Mauuakea Street.
WHEREAS DEFAULT HAS BEEN
inndu In Hie condition of that
certain Mortgage made by Cotitboc&
Ahung to llymnn Brother', dated De
cember 15, 1885, nud leeorded in Liber
HO, piucs 441 to 440, and notice of In.
tention in foreclose the unmo has been
duly given. Now, theiefore, In nccoid
unco with tho power of sulu In said
Mortgage contained nnd by older of
said Mortgigces, I will sell nt Public
Auction, nt my talrsrooms In Honolulu,
Sntnrdny, March R, 1887,
at 12 o'clock, noon.
The propei ty covered by enld Mm t
lsU-Tho Leae of lhat ccrtnlu piece
Mt Lund Hlliuilo at Knhaluu, Koolau.
Oahu, w hereon Is situated the Rico Mill
belonging to Mortgagors and di scribed
lu u Lease fiom Ah Yiin & Co. to Con
cheo & Ahung, dated September!), 1880,
for lo years, and iceoided lu Reg. of
Deeds in Book 05, on pages 300-1177, and
also nil Buildings, Machinery, ami
appurtenances hereon sltualo ami also
21 Iliad of Working Oxen, 2 Ox Carts,
1 Paddy Warehouse, storing capacity
400 tons, 1 Dwelling House 1 miall
Warehouse at Kahiiluu beach, 3 Horses.
Thu Mill Is ono of tho very best on the
Islands, and cleans CO bags A No. 1
Rico in twelve hours, and Is run by
Wnterpovtcr, Is In first class older; it
was elected about 0 years ago at a cost of
S12,0C0. The Ground lent for tho Mill
site and Wnterpower Is i 200 per annum.
2nd Ono undivided ono fourth in
terest in tho Wniholc Rico Plantation
known its Wing Cliong Fat Company,
consisting of 10 leaseholds more or
less and having 35 acres of Rico land
nioro or less and being interest and
lenses and leasehold interest, des
ciilicd in Schedule O in s.iid mort
gage, also two Houses, ono Rico
l'loor, 7 Jlorscs, o woiKing Uxcn, rf
Plows and utensils leqtiisito for plan
tation. Rental about $1,020 per
uiiuiini, average crop 45 tons of paddy,
owes about 3,500.
3id Tho Lease of nil of that cer
tain piece of land with buildings and
impiovciucnts llicicon situate on
Nutiiinii street in wild Honolulu op
posite tlio late Queen Emma's resi
dence iiiul lately occupied, by the
Mortgagors ns store and ollico and
described in a lease from Charles R.
Bishop nnd 1). P. Bishop to Conclico
it Ahung dated November 25, 1S78,
for livo yeais and fiom January 1,
18S3, nud extended for 5 vcara from
January 1, 1888 at a rental of $300
per annum, and recorded in said
Rcgistiy in Book 58, pugo 32. This
property i rented now nt $15 per
mouth. For fuilhcr particulars en
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L. A. THURSTON.
00 20 Attorney for Mortagces.
Under instructions from tho HON.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, I shall tell
ut Public Auction, 011
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon,
at my salesroom", corner of Fort nnd
Quei 11 t-tieels, Honolulu, that vcrv do-i-irahlo
Intel of Innil Mtualcd al ICuliu,
Lillha Stiect, known ns Lee You.
man's Propnty, compiislng
Kalo & Kula Land
of supeilor qunlily, well-watered.
Lot No. 1 Containing an area of
II and fi.lflO acres, al an uptet price
liOt No. 2 Adjoining Iho nlove on
Ihc mnuku Bhie, nnd containing nn
area of 1 acre. Upset prlco S7i)000.
TKKHS C'ASSI. Deeds nt the
expense of purchaser. Furthoi partic
uliirs may bj lenruid by iinpllcntlou at
tho otlleo of thu iio.inl of Education,
where plun-i nnd surveys of the land
may bo b.'ci'i.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu. Feb. 2. lf-87 40td
On Aooount of bejng Over Stocked
Black Sack Suits!
Black Frock Suits!
sort una Bum
COT Wo will make a reduction ou Iho
Now is your chanco to buy Black
CHAS, J, FISHEL.
rpilK FIRM OF SPEAR &PFEIFER,
X having hoen dissolved by order of
tho Supreme Court, and the undersigned
appointed Receiver; noilco is hereby
given that tlm line block of Wiilrhes
and Jewelry will bo on mlii at tho store
of tfpeur & l'fidfor for a short time, ut
All parties indebted to thin firm are
notified to make scltlomoiit ut once.
W. P. ALLEN,
Receiver for Kpcnr & Plelfer.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1867. - 601m
Hell Tel. 172.
Campbell Block, Merchant Qt-.
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Heal L'stnto Agents, Cus
tom House and Money Brokers.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Lease, Coulrncly, un 1 all kinds of Con.
veydticing, TinJenuen's Books wil-.
ten up, Rents nud Accounts col.
lectid, Ret'itiu prompt.
CHAItGES STRICTLY MODERATE- -
Oiler the M iwing:
llouso to Rent and Furniluro for Sale.
Lea'o 20 per month. House ci uti-ins
8ioiins and bath; also liot iir.il cold
watt ; good locullty, llvo nilnntos'
walk irom Post Olllcc.
For Sale House ar.d Lot. About J
ncic, within flvomtuiitL'S walk of Post
Ofllce. House contains I) rcoms, late
ly put in good iepalr. Stables and
To Rent. Three Houe ou Lillha Stiect.
For Sale I Open Sldi'Bur Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Choap. 1 Sipiaie Piano, 7 Oc
laves, lu good order.
1 Upright Piano, 7J Co'ttvc, in Ojd
Rooms to Ronl. Four very hmuhoraoly '
fuinUliid rooms in largo home; well
Hltunled on Nttuaiiu Avenue. Rent
$1.") n inontli each.
To Lot. The house and grounds sllnntrd
in Nuuaiiu AVctuin rocentjy occupied
by A.J. Carlwiiglit, Jr, Etq.
To Let. A n.rooincd Cc ttoge, with Oar.
il'igo llouso und Out lious-, Nuuiinii
Avenue, neir Govcriiinsnt ro.ervolr,
nbovu lite Queen Dowager Emilia's
place, flth bout 2 ncrcs of laid 2
milci from town. Rent $10 per month.
To Lcl. ACroonied Cottage, wilhkilchcn
attiiched; upper end of Nuuanu
Ac.iuc, o))o:ito "Valley Home," in
excellent older. ReLt $ltf.
For Sale or Loaso -With immediate pos
session, l Inn. Milualili; estate known ns
tho NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
sltuntcd In the Xiiiuimi Valley, 2Jf
miles from the city, nnd tui'doliWcdJ.y
Iho nioH eligible silo for n milk or
milk in. d Ijutiui (iniiv in this Kin mloni.
To Lo!. Two Cottage.-, situated lu tho
Chinese Chinch prciuL'CV.
Wailed. A rcpcct'ili'o Engll-h or Ger.
man Girl to us, In in a small fumlly.
28 Merchant Sticet.
Hell Telephone iUH. V. o. Jlox 41.?.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
UooUs -written up, Accoiiiitu and
Employment nnd Shipping Agency,
Labor Contract Blanks and Revenue
Stump nlwny ou h mil. Copying nnd
translating in all languages usid in this
Kingdom. Ordiri from the other Ie
lauds will lecelvo pioinpt attention.
Valuablo Propcrllcs for Sale 2 Acrc3 of
Lund, splendidly hltuatul In Makikl
1 Aero in Makikl, on Beretaiji street,
line building Mlc.
1?it Acres with 4.100m Collage, on Lillha.
btuel, A rare th.mce.
For Lcaso. 10 A'iresof Land, 2 miles
from Mossniuii's corner IB acres of
which Is mitiiMo for ellher Rice or
Taro, uiid has Ikch under cultivation
for the hitt C years All buildings
necessary for a. 'lint-class little ranch
now on tin' pninite .
Wanled. A gord lloktlcr;
A competent Gardoner.
Full particulars giveu upon applica.
No. 38 Morchant Street, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smlih &
GEOARS ! CIGARS!
The Finest Brand or
in Ihc Market at the
V. nihUEtt, I'roprletor.
Tho Ibtik ''C Jt. BISIinp,'i n.Wol.
teis, Commander, has just nirived, 1?Q
days fiom Bremen, with n cargo of
For the Hawaiian Tindc.
Partlciilius will lo furnished on ap.
plication to tho undcrMgni'd,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
flaw. Mjityluii Cg.
Reduction of Rates
COMMENCING ON THE FWST OF
April uis', the lentnl of.ftlT'instru.
im-rits in uso in tho Dislrlct'of:Kon, Is.
'nud Qf Oahu, will bu icduce.V. lo ffi.00
Pirsou, desiring 10 make continc.ts
fur ono year at ibis rutu will bo fur.
lilshcdwllh foini8on nppllcation utthe
ollico o thoCi'iupmy.
A discount of 10 per cent 111 bo 1
lowcd to sulcrlbers pjing a year's
loat In adv.uice.
,., , Prcsldtnt Haw. Bell Tel. Co,
Honolulu, February 31, 1887, (OS Jr
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