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The Court will go Into full mourning
for Her lute Royal Highness Princess
Likellko from tbU date uutll the day
after the Funeral; and will wear half
mourning from th it time unil the ex.
plratlon of two weeks from the day of
CURTIS P. 1AUKKA,
II. M.'s Chamberlain
Iolanl Palace, Fell 8, 1887.
BC3UOI' & (Jo., HAN KICKS
--' 'Hoiiolulu Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Kxchango on the
JBaulc ui Gulil'orultt, H. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONO.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bauk.Co., of Bydney,
The Commercial Bunk Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christcliurcli, nnd Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torln, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
' ' ' ' M l-'ll
Pledged to neither Beet rcr Party.
Bat established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY. FEB. 28. 1887.
THE LATE PRINCESS CONSICNED TO THE
The mortal remains of Her late
Royal Highness Princess Miriam
Likciike were yesterday deposited
in their final resting place, in thu
Royal Mausoleum. Nearly four
weeks ago on tho second day of the
present month, she closed her eyes
upon this world, fell into the dream
less slumber of death, and her
spirit passed to realms unseen.
Since then, the inanimate body,
whence the spark of vitality had
flown, has lain at the Royal Palace,
surrounded by the symbols of
mourning and hearts surcharged
with grief and sadness. Day and
night, watcli was kept over the dead
by the living, and nightly the
JPamco grounds were visited by
large concourses of people of the
race and nationality of the departed
Princess. Rut, to tho credit of
those concerned, it bhould bo re
corded that the gatherings were
markod by an absence of those ob
jectionable features which have
usually characterized similar periods
in Hawaiian history. Quiet, order,
decorousness, nnd civilized usuages
signalized the pioceedings. "With
all the pomp and other accompani
ments of Royalty, the mortal part of
the deceased Hawaiian Princess was
yesterday conveyed to its llnal
earthly abode, tho solemn prayers
of the English Episcopal ritual were,
recited, the mourners paid their last
tribute of respect and love, and the
living returned to the duties and
responsibilities of life. Let the
living reflect that death is thu com
mon goal of all the titled and the
untitled, the rich and the poor;
that death reduces to the one level
the inequalities of life ; and that the
man or woman who does his or her
duty, in his or her sphere of life,
faithfully, diligently, and to the
utmost of his or her ability, is the
man or woman who makes tho best
use of life, and is the best prepared
to submit to the resistless decree of
The remark, often heard, that
Honolulu might be made one of the
most beautiful, pleasant, nnd de
sirable little cities in the world, is
neither idle nor extreme. Nature
has done her part, aud done it with
a most liberal hand. She has given
a climate of wonderful mildness and
uninformity of temperature, the
thermometer seldom registering
higher than 80 or lower than (iO,
and tho health-inspiring trade winds
wafting off to sea malarial exhala
tions throughout tho year, with but
briof periods of interruption.
Equally lavish has nature been in
preparing and furnishing a soil bo
remarkable for its fertility that vo
gelation of almost every conceivable
kind attains an astonishing develop
ment in an incredibly short period
of time. Tho valleys behind and
near tho city teem with perennial
springs and ever-flowing streams of
limpid water. The 6lte on which
the city stands is, for tho most part,
of a configuration to render drainage
easy, Has not nature favored us to
an uncommon degree? Where else
lias she dono so much? A climate
approximating to perfection, a soil
capable of producing all -the varied
beauties of vegetable life, and ex-
haustlcss supplies of wntcr within
easy rench, nro her special gifts to
the people of Honolulu. With so
much ready to hand, tho task of
founding and building a city of un
common beauty and attractiveness
is a comparatively light undertaking.
Unfortunately, tho founders of Ho
nolulu did not commence on a
scientific -plan, or any plan whatso
ever; and those who have succes
sively carried on the building up
process have done but little better
in this regard. The results of pri
vate enterprise arc conspicuous on
every hand, whilst tho works that
come properly within the func
tions of government are marked by
absence. Narrow and irregular
streets, badly kept, and sidewalks
in a worse condition still, arc cha
racteristics of Honolulu which im
press visitors at llrst sight. If the
public money which has been foolish
ly wasted on objects of no benefit
to tho city or nation, within the
past few years, had been intelli
gently and honestly expended on
thu capital, Honolulu would have
been a very diffcient place from
what it now is. What a pity it
is that our public men are not made
of that stuff which would take a
pride in making this little city what
it might caBily be 1
THE JUBILEE OF TELECRAPHS.
Coincident with this year of Jubi
lee of Queen Victoria is also that of
electric telegraphs. It will be just
fifty years ago next summer that the
lirst telegraph, from Euston termi
nus, London, to the Camden Town
station, was put in working order.
A recent address by Sir Charles
Bright to the society of Telegraph
Engineers aud Electricians, brought
to the notice of the world this epocli
in the history of this marvelous invcii
tion. What was then a recent
scientific discovery that startled tho
world, is now looked upon as only
one among the ordinary appliances
of civilised life. From year to year
the telegraph system has extended
until the world has become engirdled
by its embrace. Hawaii is one of
tho very few countries not within
the system. A week or two ago a
foreign item appeared in theso
columns to the effect that a British
vessel was about to be despatched on
a surveying expedition, preparatory
to laying a cable from British Colum
bia to the Australasian colonies, via
Honolulu. Such a project, fifty
years ago, would have been set
down ns an act of madness. Now
it is considered an easy thing to do.
What a boon for Hawaii if tin's pro
ject could be pronounced an accom
plished fact iu this Jubilee year
of Telegraphy. A willingness has
been evinced by the Administration
to further, to the utmost of its
means, the extension of the electric
wire to this spot in mid-Pacific, and in
this it has the cordial support of tho
Reports are rife of lava flows iu
different parts of the Island, but
none of them nro well authenticated.
The Rev. Mr. Baker has returned
from a trip to Mokuawcoweo. He
saw but little of general interest.
Steam and smoke seem to indicate
an unusual degree of heat, but no
melted lava is visible. A report of
a fresh flow took a party of Hiloitcs
up the mountain last week. They
failed however, iu their search, for
"Taffy." Still Honolulu pcoplo
may look out for sensational reports
next week. This lava flow excite
ment seems fatal to veracity.
A small tidal wave came in on
Hilo last Friday night. No damage
was done. No other volcanic dis
turbances have been felt during thu
But the mountains may belch forth
their liquid fire ; the foundations of
tho everlasting hills may be shaken ;
tho fountains of the great dec) may
be broken up; and thoy that go
down upon the sea iu ships may be
cast ruthlessly upon its shores ; yet
Hilo people will bo found marrying
and giving iu marriage The latest
victims of the epidemic were Mr.
W. E. Scott nnd Mrs. Kittic I. Fer
ris, On Saturday evening, iu tho
presence of a goodly company of
friends, at tho residence of Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Scott, Waimiku, tho Rev.
Mr. Baker performed tho interest
ing ceremony. The Buulktjn man
wishes to join their many friends iu
wishing the pair nil tho joy which
life can afford them, and every
blessing which their hearts desire.
Hilo, Feb. 2flrd.
A BUNCH OF PAN8IES,
There is probably no prettier
flower on earth than a pansy, and
no nosegay can be arranged to ex
ceed iu quiet and delicate beauty a
bunch of pansics. An artist who
can succeed in producing a close
imitation of imturo in this, otto of her
most lovely creations, is no moan
artist. Miss Lulu Funning, of Pcta
luma, California a young lady of
sixteen summers has succeeded
admirably. A sample of her work
mr, WTjmwi ttyiwwnm
may be scon in tho show window of
the Pacific Hardware Company, on
Fort street. It is a placquo of pansics
artistically and tastefully arranged,
and faultlessly painted. The deli
cacy nnd blending of the colors and
shadings nto exquisite. The more
jou look at the picture, tho moro
you sec of its beauty.
The following letter from Mr.
Shirley Hibberd, tiie well-known
writer, appeared recently in The
Times with reference to Coffee adul
teration, which had been discussed
in its columns:
Sir, Coffee deserves the import
ance it lias acquired as a subject of
public discussion, and the more bo
because it is but little understood.
At good tables poor eofieu is loo
often seen, and it may be said that
on the world's table (in these parts)
It is never at all, but in its place ap
pear various nauseous and injurious
Valuing coffee as a great aid in
hard work, I made a resolve to have
tho real thing on my table daily, or
"perish in the attempt." There
upon, I entered upon a series of ex
periments that were at least amus
ing if not parliciilaily profitable. I
bought every kind of coffee I could
see or hear of, and tried every pos
sible (and some impossible) way of
making it, having the assistance
therein of a diligent and clever
cook. One striking result was tho
discovery that ready ground coffees
sold in canisters, packets and other
"convenient" parcels are bad, some
very bad, n few infamously bad.
After trying innumerable samples
without noting one that was woith
trvine again, 1 concluded that
canister coffee is an unmitigated
cheat, consisting usually of a mere
shadow of the real thing, with a
great bulk of chicory, and more or
less of what is termed "colour,"
this simply being burnt sugar to
give a fictitious strength. What
may bo termed "chandler's coffee"
is so bad that 1 strongly recommend
a trial of it to respectable pcoplo
who love good living, for they ought
to know by a taste of leal agony
how the poor are robbed, and poi
soned, and have, as it appeals, no
protection from law, gospel, or the
customs of society.
It is not good policy to purchase
coffee ready ground, but if it must
he done the supplies should be
small and frequent. Anyone may
test the purity of ground coffee by
shaking a little over a tumbler of
clear, bright, cold water, aud leav
ing it for an hour or so. Pure cof
fee communicates its colour to cold
water slowly, and when the colour
has been imparted tho infusion is
still bright and clear, and tho colour
is never deep. But chicory and
oilier adulterants quickly produce
an opaque and dark infusion. The
difference is so striking that for
ordinary purposes a better test is
To place good coffee on tho table
daily is a simple and inexpensive
business, but it cannot be done at a
penny a cup, as some folks arc in
haste to aver. At from Is. to Is.
8d. per pound, a good coffeo in
berry is always obtainable, nnd Is.
4d. may at tho present time bo con
sidered" a fair family price. It is
best to roast nnd grind as wanted
but the grinding is thu one import
ant point, because ground coffeo
quickly parts with its aroma, and
there is a great charm in having it
madu immediately from the mill.
In some houses the trouble of grind
ing is thought much of, but, as n
matter of fact, it is almost nothing,
and a mill costing only a few shil
lings will last a lifetime.
Coffee should never be boiled ;
it should be made with soft boiling
water at boiling heat, but if hard
water must be used, it should not bo
made to boil until wanted, for boil
ing augments its hardness. A com
mon tall coffeo-pot will make as
good coffeo as any patented inven
tion, but n cafetiero is a convenient
thing, us it produces bright coffeo in
a few minutes, aud thus enables us
to sccuie a maximum of tho aroma
and dispense with the use of any
rubbish called "finings." Everyone
to his tasto, wo will say, but as care
less people make tho coffee too
strong one day and too weak tho
next, tho ground coffee and the
boiling water should bo both meas
ured, and it will always take as
much as four cups of water to make
three cups of coffee. For tho break
fast tahlu tho addition of about one
eighth of chicory is an improvement,
but for tiio dinner tablo coffeo
should be made without chicory,
because it dulls tho piquant flavor of
the genuine article.
Two points iu coffee-making deter
people from using it the trouble of
grinding aud the boiling of tho milk.
Tho grinding, however, must be
done and it is really nothing, but
the boiling of the milk may bo ad
vantagooiisly evaded by using Swiss
milk, which harmonises perfectly,
and by many well-trained palates is
proferrcd to fresli milk heated.
Good coffeo is such n grand help
to men who work hard that I shall
hopo to be pardoned if I have said a
word too many on tho subject. I
am, Sir, ypnrs respectfully,
"Why do yott'still pray to Joss?"
a gentleman asked nu Arizona China
man who had just been converted to
Christianity. "Chinaman make
velly sure," was tho reply. "Mo
catcheo Joss, mo cutchco Mclican
God." John is hound to get iu one
way or tho otlior.
Valuable Real Property
By ordtr of tho Executors of tho Will
of ilev. I). BALDWIN, do? eased, wc
will toll at Public Auction,
On Saturday, Maroh 5, 1887,
At 13 o'clock noou, at our Salesroom,
Queen Strctt, tho following
PARCELS OF LAND
1 Ono lot on thn West side of Puna
linn street, between tho rcsldonco of
Hon. 0. II. Judd and Hon. W. D. Alex,
under. Having a frontage of about 209
fret on mid street nnd a depth of about
An ofifurtniity now mril.v oll'cml is
huicnlibrditl to procure a mo.it desirable
'J Thai pltce ttf properly In Laluilna,
Maui, known us tlm "Baldwin llomc
Mend," situate near the Court House nnd
liudlng; contilnlng uLout 1 nciv, 3
meds aud ft poles.
U Thu Ahupuuu of Kauault, niar
Lnhniuj, Inclullrg several lots thtruln,
gold tumid U. Baldwin nl various times.
This Is a floe land and furnishes another
of tho chuncts yearly (.'lowing rarer of
P'Jtchnsing (-xieiision tract.
4. Tho wellltuown nnd desirable
pi opcrty culled Mount Retreat, btck of
laihainaluna, containing neuily 200
arret or pistiim hind, ti gethcr with thu
lioii-c lm unil fo i. ii In, al. Onuof fio
Hiluhiloui u id delightful place iu the
Island where at little coil Oi fatigue
fumilled run ohtnlu a 1 eulihftil ai.d ie
frrsdiing summer climate.
1. 10 arres of lino hind in Kamanle,
Kuln, Maui, covirod by Koyal Patent
010 acre? rf valuahlo hind at Kumn.
olo, Kulo, Maul, near to lot li, covirwMiy
Koyal Patent 411.
7. That flnu tinct 'f land containing
'35 net en callid Kiikulai'ii, In Ku'u,
Maul, covured by Royal Patent 278i.
8. An ornnuu Grove in Kaupo, Maul,
rnntiiinlng y, ucie, covered bv 1 . C. A.
All f thu nhovo mentioned ptoptrty
will bo sold lo the hlghoU Milder for
Cnh. N.S BALDWIN,
C& Further particulars can ho had
of Wiilmam K. Cabti.k, Attorney in
Honolulu, of W. W. HALL,
II. P BALDWIN.
1). D. BALDWIN,
Lxcculors of the Will of 1). Baldwin.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
f.O II! Auctioneer.
BETWEEN FOKT STHKET AND
tho Post Ofllce, thlH morning, a pnlr
of Eye dilutes, with gold ilms. iteuird
on retuinlng simiu to BULLETIN OF
FICE. 71 It
A. M. HEWITT,
Stationer & Newsdealer,
Merchant Street, - Honolulu, H. I.
Mutual Tel. 371. Melt Tel. 80.
Law Books & Lawyers' Stationery a Specialty.
Orders taken for Nowppapers, Pcrio li
caU, Bcokp, Music, etc., from tiny part
of Iho NorhI, hiving made nil arrange,
incuts therefor whilst In San FuincUoi.
lied Rubber StauiiiH to Order.
For San Francisco,
Tho well and favorably known Pacific
MU18, S Co.'s Steamer
"City of New York,"
Will ball for Snn Francijco on or
MABOII Otli, isy.
For freight and pusstige apply to
H. HACKFELB & CO.,
7ilv Agents P. M.S. S Co.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETINO OF
tho Hawaiian Kumle Company,
(Llmltid), held on thu2ttlt day of Ft-b.
ruary, 1t87, nl ihu oflloa of A. J. Carl
wilghl, Et tin re, Iho following oHlceu
wuro elected for tho ensuing year:
A. J. CAUTWKKH1T President
E. LYOAN Manager
W. F. ALLEN .... Set. relary & Treasurer
W. K. OAbTLE Auditor
F. A. Scnaefer, J. II ltty, B.F. Dilllng.
ham, W. E Foster.
W. F.ALLEN, Seo'y.
Fuhruary.31, lb87. (it? lw
CATTLE FOE SALE.
gbsm ABOUT 115 HEAD OF
90B Cattle, including Milch Ooivb
" " Heif iih nod ono Jersey Bull.
For Bale slnirlv or In lots. Apply to
JA8. SEAiiUI'tY, Llllhu utrect, juet
nhovo Judge Dayton's. 00 lw
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in this Market.
Should bo Returned.
I LOANED SOME MONTHS SINCE,
two lai'Ka Anierleau Hags, to patties
for (leeordtlyo purposes ; thoy have
never hoon returned, Quo JQ fept long,
the other 13 feet long, Thp parljes wijj
confer a crreat favor by rpturnliiK thpin
to JNO. S. MeOKKW, W, 1
Hotel street. CO lw
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
8HOP. Hear of Lucas.' Mill.
Arrived at MarcbaD
AUCTION SALE OP
UTT V I'lnfll
On Wednesday, March 2nd,
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
At tho Sloro lately occupied by T. J.
MOSSMAN,coruer of Nuunmi aud King
streets, wc will sell at Publlu Auction,
an assortment of
Crockery & Glassw're
CUT GLASS WINE GLASSES
Sugar B wl, Fruit Dishes,
Decorated Cups and Saucers,
Cups, cUucori, P aMori",
DliOOUAT til TjA.atlH,
Pitchers nnd B tiltu, Hnlr Bruthcn,
TAllIill KMVKK AMI I'OltKH,
Sett Cnrvi-rr, Tea nnd Tabic Spot ns
Toilet Mirror, Water Monkeys,
Spicu9, i to., tic, etc , tie.
ONE LETT11U PI! ESN.
The Store will be t p.-u for Inspection
on TUESDAY, March Ui.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
08 71 Auctioneers.
By older of MJt. .103. I1YMAN, wo
will sell tit Public Auction,
On Thursday, Maroh 3, 1887,
At 10 o'clock A. M.,
At the lesldeuce, Fort street, (below
.tho Fort Street School) Ills entire
Household Furniture, compris
ing lu part:
I Carved Blaok Walnut Parlor Set,
upholstered In Hair Cloth;
1 WEBER SQUARE PIANO
In good lone, a flna Insirumout;
1 Ebony Mttoie Back.
1 Marble-top B. W. Center Table.
1 Brustels Center Iur,
1 01lu Wood lltiud Carved Center
1 Pair Wool nnd Silk Draw lug-room
Cm talus, 4. yards long;
Black Walnut Cornices,
Parian Mutblu Figures,
1 nroii7u Clock, Mai bio base;
2 Broiuu Urns,
2 3-Llght Chandelier,
B. X Hair Uoth Patent Hooker,
1 B. W. Leather LoitUe,
I Massive Carved B. W. Marble-top
Bedroom Set, 7 pieoes;
1 Steel Frame Spring Mattress,
Feather Pillows, Hair Pillows,
Bureau lings, Sofa Hugs,
Bed Linen, Blankets,
Window Curtains and Cornice,
2 Dresden China Figures,
1 Elegant Carved Blaok Walnut Mar
ble Top Sideboard,
1 2-Llght Chandelier.
1 12-ftB.W. Extension Table
Black Walnut Dining Chairs,
China Salad Bowl,
1 Dresden China Fruit Stand,
GLASS AND CROCKERYWARE
1 Dinner Set, Plated Wate,
Bath Tubs, Mats, au assortment of
1'AXTltV FtlRtflHIIINU JOOH
Kitchen Stove anil Kitchen Utensils,
Garden Tools, Garden Hose,
li not previously disposed of,
ONE FINE L.OW PHAETON
E2TTho hntiho will be open for In
spection on WEDNESDAY, March 2d,
from 10 a. m. to 3 v. si.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
0(1 St Auctioneer.
Tuesday Evening, March 1st,
Thursday Evening, Maroh 3d,
Saturday Evening, Maroh 5th,
The Oura Comp'ny
i Tho famous troupo of Japnneso pr
formers to his Mtijesiy tho Mlkndo and
Hoyul Household, will, while en route
to San FiiuicUi'ii, Now Yrk, London
and Pari, give a short season in Jlor.o.
lulu. This Ci mpituy coiHi-ts of twelve
perforin n, male and females. Their
feats me marvoloi's, now nnd numetoui-,
embiacing iho famous
ACT OF OGAWA,
(walking with bare feet on thori'Zorliko
edgot of Yacoitln hw- rd-), walking lu
lire wiih hare feel, ttj,o'c.
The celebrated trick, Revolving a
Hugo Tub, with ore performer ir.sldo
and ono on tho ouisldc, ihu
Greatly Improved, Balancing Fins, Urn.
brollus, etc., aro also among the feats.
Box Phi u now open at tho Ellto lco
Doors open at 7;0 p. in.
W. II. AM It It'll,
C8 Ot Manugjr.
fjjgS Carpenter & ltiilltler
I10UBB3 AtfU FIMMTUHK BEl'AUtED.
OUiljov, H3.00 ioi y.
Workehop, j j 87 Mauuakea Street,
Crockery & (rare
WHEREAS DEFAULT HAS BEEN
tnado In tho condition of thnl
certain Mortgage made by Cotichce &
Ahung to Hymnn Brother, dated De
cember IB, J885, aud recorded In Liber
80, paces 441 to 440, and rotleo of In.
lentlon to forfuloso the same has been
duly given. Now, therefore, lu accord,
anco with the power of sulc In said
Mortgigu conttiintd and by older of
ea!d Mortgagees, I will sell at Public
Auction, at my salesrooms in Honolulu,
Saturday, March 5, 1887,
at 12 o'clock, noon.
The property covered by eald Mort
1st The Lease of thnt certain piece
of I, and situate. nt Kithuliiti, Koolnti.
Oahtt, whcicon is Minuted the lllco Mill
belonging to Mortgngois nud thscilbcd
iu a Lease from All "V tin ,t Co. to Con
chco & A hung, dated September 0, 1880,
for li) years, antl lecoitlcd In Beg. of
Deeds In Book 05, on pages 300-377, aud
also all Buildings, Machinery, and
appurtenances hereon sltttato anil also
24 Head of Working Oxen, 2 Ox Carts,
1 Paddy Waiehouc, storing capacity
400 tons, 1 Dwelling House, 1 nnall
Warchouso at Kahuluti bench, It Horses.
The Mill Is ono of the very best on the
Islands, nud cleans i0 bugs A No. 1
Rico In twelve hours, and is run by
Wntcrpower, Is lu tlist class order; ft
was erected about 0 veai s ago at a cost of
812,0C0. The Ground lent for tho Mill
site aud Watcrpowcr Is $200 per annum.
2nd Otto undivided tine fourth in
lortt iu tho Wuihoiu Rico Plantation
known as Wing Cliong I'nt Company,
consisting of 10 leaseholds more or
less tint! having 35 acres of Rico land
inoieor less nud being intciest and
lenses nud leasehold interest, des
cribed in Schedule C in said mort
gage, also two Houses, one Rico
Floor, 7 Horses, 8 woiking Oxen, 3
Plows and utensils rctiuisitu for plan
tation. Rental about $1,020 per
annum, average crop 45 tons of paddy,
owes about $3,500.
3rd Tho Lease of nil of that cer
tain piece of land with buildings and
improvements thereon situato on
Nuuanu street in said Honolulu op
posite lite late Queen Emma's resi
lience and lately occupied by tho
.Mortgagors as store and ollico antl
described in u lease from Chiulcs R.
Bishop and I). P. Bishop to Conchco
&. Ahung datetl November 25, 1878,
for iivo yenis and from January 1,
188.'), and extended for 5 years from
Junuuiy 1, 1888 tit ti rental of $300
per annum, nud lecorded in said
Registry iu Book 58, pago 32. This
property is rented now ut $45 per
month. For further particulars en
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Or to L. A. THURSTON,
CG 20 Attorney for Mortagces.
Valnaule Real Estate
Under Instructions from tho HON.
BOARD OF EDUCATION, I shall tell
at Public Auction, on
Monday, March 7th, 1887,
Al 12 o'clock noon,
nt my salesieoms, corner of Fort end
Queen tree's, Honolulu, that vt-rv tie-,
hirahln tiaci of land Minuted at Knliu,
Llllha Stiet-t, known as Leo You.
man's Pn puty, comprising
Kalo & Kula Land
of superior qualily, well-watercd.
Lot No. 1 Containing un area of
11 and CtOO acres, at an upset price
Lot No. Si Adjoining (he akovo on
the inauka side, and containing nn
art a of 1 acre. UihU prico &7A0 00.
TKItMS CASH. Deeds nt tho
expense of purchasers. Further ptitlc.
ularsmuyb lenrnid ly application nt
thu ofllce of tho Botrd of Education,
uhere plant and tutveys of tho land
may be s;cn.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Honolulu. Fob. 2. If 87 49td
On Aooount of being Over Stooked
Black Sack Suits !
Black Frock Suits!
Hoft and Htlif.
ETC. ETC. ETC.
BST Wo will mako a reduction on the
Now u your chtinco to buy Black
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
'piIF. FIRM OF BPFAR&FFEIFER.
A having bpeu dissolved by order ot
the Suprpmo Court, and the undesigned
appointed Receiver; notico Is hereby
given that iho fine stock of Wntrhes
and Jtiwelry will bo on sala at tho store
of bpear & Pfidfor forn short time, ut
All parties indebted t;o this firm nro
notified to make Bcttleraout ut once.
W. F. ALLEN,
Receiver for Bpeor & Pielfer.
Honolulu, Fb. 10, 1887, 66 lm
Bell Tel. If 2.
Mtl'unl Tel. 072.
P. O. Box 1,07.
J. E. BROWN & GO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Bcsl Estate Agents, Cus
tom House and Money Brokers.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Leavis, Contract?, and nil kinds of Con.
cyanclng. TiudeMiicn's Books wilt-
ten up.'Hcnti and Accounts co.
lectcd, Returns prompt.
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Oiler the fil'cwlng:
Homo to Rout aiut Furniture lor Snlo.
Lo if o !?20 1 er tn nth. HoU-ct'Milulns'
Siooiiii antl bath; also hoi Mil cold
wa'ct; g toil locality, tho mluutos'
walk from Post Ofllce.
For Sale. Hono and Lot. About
amc, within ilvuinlnutts walk of Post
OHlcc. House (ontains 1) rooms, lute-"
ly put In good lepair. Slablcs mid
To Real. Three Houses on Llllha Street.
For Sale. 1 0pen 8ld,'BirBupgy, cheap.
For Salo Clioap. 1 Squnro Piuuo, 7 Oc
tavos in good rrder.
1 Upright Piano, 1 Co aves, lu good
Rooms to Rent. Four very handfomcly
fuinlslicil room in largo homo; well
Mluiitcd on Nuuanu Avenue. Rent
?II n mouth each.
To Lot. Tho hoii'so anil grounds sllunlrd
iu Nuuanu Avenue, iccently occupied
by A. J. Cnriwrlgh, .lr, E$tj.
To Lei. A doomed Cottage, with Car.
liage House anil Outlioue, Nuuunu
Avenue, near Government reiervolr,
nhovo bito Queen Dowager Emma's
place, wlih hbout 2 acres of latid af '
mllo from town. Kent $10 per mouth.
To Let. A doomed Ctttnge.wilh kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuuanu
Ave l tie, opposite ,l Vnllqy Homt,," In
excellent order. Rent $lt.
For Sale or Loase With Immediate pos.
sui'lnu, that valuable eslalc known as
tho NUUANU VALLEY RANCH.
sliuutid lu the Ntinai u Valley.
miles from the city, and uudoibttdJy
tho mol eligible situ for a milk or
milk ai.d butler dairy In thlsKlugdom.
To Lo!. Tuo Cottages, sltuuted iu tho
Chinese Chtiich pleml'cy.
Wanted. A ropcutili'c English or Gcr.
man Girl to ustisl iu u small family.
28 Merchant Street.
Dell Telephone ,J4S. 1. O. IIox41S.
CHAS. T. GULECK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
Book written , Acconnta and
Employment and Shipping Agency.
Labor Coairait Wanks nnd Revenue
Stamps always on hand. Copying and
translating lu nil languages used In this
Kingdom. Oidirn from the oihor Is
lands will receive prompt attention. "
Valuable Properllos lor Salo. 2 Acres of
Land, splendidly sltuntid In Alakiki '
1 Acre In Aluklkl, on Burctat.il street,
tine building tile.
Acres with 4 mom Collage, on Llllha
street, A ruio (hiiucc.
For Leaso. 10 Acre of Land, ?yt miles
fiom Mobsman's cotucr 1C acres of
which is MiitaW.i for either Rico or
Taro, and has In en under cultivation
for the laht C years. All buildings
necessmy for u iltsl-class little ranch
now on tho premise .
Wanted. A Situution By a competent
practical Engineer, who has had many
Ycar' experience, and can givo the
best of references. Employment on a
Full particulars givcu upon applica.
No. 30 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
Lately occuplod by Messrs. Smith &
The Finest Brand of
in tho Market at the
CENTRAL CIGAR STAND,
F. UlfcBEIt, l'roprletor.
Tho Baik "O R.-IHSHOP," H. Wol. .
lers, Commander, has just arrived, 180J
days from Bremen, wtli a cargo of
Fur the Huw.iihin Trado. "
ParllouluM Mill ho furnished on up
plication to ilia uudcrtlgued.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Hat. BeUjeleploiiB Co.
COMMENCING ON TIIE FIRST pF
April iitxi, tho tenluj of all'instrti.
merts in uso in the Dinr-iet of Kono. Is
and of (uhu,wlll bo i educed to $5.00
Ptrsoin disking lo make nontiapU
for ono year at this rate will bo fur.
nishedwith forms on application at the
ofllco of the Company.
A discount of 10 per cent will bo ul
lowed to subscribers pujlng a years
iputln ndvitnco. '
GODFRKY BROWN, -
PreBUknt Haw, Bpll Tel. Cp.
Honolulu, February 81, 1967. (.08 lm