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fciPflM n-tWHTITW?' Tk lfT1TirMrMf)lp'
The Court will go Into (nil mourning
for Her Into Hoyal Highness Princess
Llkellko from tliU dnto until tlio dny
niter the Funeral; nnd IU wear linlf
mourning from Hi it time mill Iho ex.
ptratlon of two weeks from Iho dny of
CUKTIS 1 IAUKHA,
II. M.'s Chamberlain
Iolnul l'aliw, Feb ft, 1837.
BISHOP Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Haw Allan Islands
Draw Exchange on the
JBanlc ol Oulil'orulti, ft. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Kolhschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Hunk Co., of Sydney,
Tho Dank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, nnd Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can lie had fiom
J. H. Soi'KH, : :
A. M. Hkwktt, :
J. "W. IIISOLI.Y, :
J. Sims, : : : :
: : Hotel Street
u gititu .ulk:thL
Flcdgeit to neither Sect nor Party.
Bat established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY. MAR. S). 1887.
WHAT HONOLULU WOULD BE.
It requires no vigorous exercise
of imagiuntion to picture what the
city of Honolulu would become, in
a few years, by the judicious and
systematic expenditure on its streets,
sidewalks, etc., of the money fool
ishty wasted on useless objects.
Some idea of the amount of waste
may bo acquired by a glance at the
Appropriation Dill, although it can
not nil be seen there by a long
chalk. But it is sulllcicnt for pre
sent purposes. Some appropriations
are absolutely superfluous, while
others arc merely excessive. Daily
observation proves that tho Appro
priation Bill is no dead letter Act,
as far as concerns the amounts for
unnecessary mid useless purposes.
Money is being expended in a way
and for objects that in no way
benclit the country or the tax
payers; or liabilities are being in
curred, which will ultimately have
to be met. Take :i an instance the
one with which everybody is fami
liar, and which is perpetually talked
about from Dan to Becrsheba the
warship Knimiloa. An antiquated
second-hand vessel, which hns been
fourteen or fifteen years afloat, is
purchased at a cost that nearly, if
not quite, equals the pi ice of a new
vessel of similar capacity and infi
nitely better model, at the present
time ; and then an amount exceed
ing the lirst cost is expended in re
pairs and lltting-up. Say, a total
of $50,000, an estimate which we
confidently predict will bo found at
the meeting of the Legislature not
to exceed the outlay. Now, what
benefit do the people derive from
this expenditure and others of a
similarly ridiculous character? None
whatever. But if this money were
laid out on permauent improvements
to tho city streets, sidewalks,
wharves, etc. they would be bene
fited, their taxes turned to good
account, and contentment would re
sult as a consequence. This course
consistently followed for a few
years, and the at present wasted
nieney expended systematically and
economically, would make Hono
lulu one of the most beautiful littlo
cities under the sun. Surely there
would be moro glory to the "Powers
that be" in this result, than in the
ridicule, scorn and contempt, they
arc now1 voluntarily heaping upon
themselves, by their childish folly
and wasteful extravagance. Thon,
the contentment of the people should
be worth securing. At present
thcro is dissatisfaction and bitter
murmuring, growing deeper, and
bittcicr every day. Tho (lovcm
ment may be in part ignorant of the
wide-spread and deep-rooted feeling
of discontent which exists, or they
may close their cars to tho inutteiv
ings of complaint; but they may,
before they aro aware of it, be sud
denly led to realize how serious tho
matter is becoming, and lament ac-cbrdingly.
TrirTiiiaiiwrr)r in, nwiWi'"rtiir,'Virirn)
This will indeed be the year of
Jubilees. Last week it was pointed
out iu these columns, that during
the coming summer the Jubilee of
Electric Telegraphy would bo cele
brated in London simultaneously, or
thereabouts, with the Jubilee of the
reign of Queen Victoria. And now
comes another Jubilee celebration.
In the city of Paris, in tho month of
May next, theie will be celebrated
tho Jubilee of Railways. It is in
tended to hold a Railways Interna
tional Exhibition and Congress. In
vitations to this Jubilee of Railways,
to be held in tho French capital,
have been issued to all the eminent
engineers of England and other
countries. The exhibition will be
of an international character and
delegates from all the civilized coun
tries of tho world will be invited to
attend. In the opinion of the Home
JVcics " it goes without saying that
the Colonics and India will be ade
quately leprescnted at the French
Jubilee, and, it may be hoped, gain
some hints with regard to tho various
points of difference between the
methods of railway construction nt
home and in our dependencies. The
Jubilee also will be most interest
ing, not only to engineers and rail
way directors, but to all who take
an interest in reviewing the extraor
dinary development of the railway
system. Railways have transformed
our civilization, and have in very
truth altered our lives. It is, there
fore, a sound instinct which induces
men to celebrate in some memorable
way a change which has wrought an
infinity of good in the conditions of
human life. The Paris celebration,
if properly carried out, will bo a
lesson of singular interest and no
When will Hawaii nei be able to
hold a Jubilee celebration of which
she may feel highly proud, and to
which she may invite delegates from
all parts of the civilized world to
witness the advancement she lias
made during a period of fifty years.
The foundation of a civic Govern
ment during the present decade,
and its natural followings, might be
an event fifty years hence, that
some of the youth of the present
day might look back upon with a
feeling of pleasuie to themselves
and mutually congratulate one
another, that they had lived to sec
the day when the old form of
monarchical Government had be
come decentralized, and had seen
the error of its ways in interfering
with what does not belong to it.
That such an event may come to
pass is very, very doubtful, but,
there is a possibility of a Jubilee
celebration being held fifty years
hence on these islands, of what the
present administration consider n
far more important affairs. It is
the formation of a " Royal Navy."
The nucleus of an armor plated
licet is now iu the port of Honolulu.
She is yclept the Knimiloa, but also
known by various other nppelations
in which thcro is more or less mean
ing. There will also bo the Jubilee
of tho Loan, but what particular
shape the celebration of that event
may take, is more than the unini
tiated dare predict.
PATCHINC BERETANIA STREET.
Some of the worst portions of
Beretania street, near Punahou, aro
beiug repaired, by a thick layer of
stone. Almost anything is better
than nothing, and those compelled
to use that thoroughfare arc prob
ably grateful for this small favor.
Indeed, what is being done there, is
apparently being done moderately
well, considered merely as patch
ing. But work of that nature in
volves considerable expense, without
proportionate beneficial results. It
is, at best, ineroly a temporary con
venience. The street being, for tho
most part, low and level, without
culverts, drains, or outlets for storm
water, the first heavy rains that
come will go a long way towards
destroying what is now being dono.
Tho water lies on the road, iu places,
until it disappears by percolation
and evaporation. In the meantime,
the hardest material becomes so
saturated and softened that a day's
trafllc docs more damage than a
year's travel over a hurd surface
The first thing required along the
lino of roadway rofcrred to, is scien
tific grading and drainago, and with
out tlicso tho metaling now in pro
gress will bu of no lasting bonofit.'
This crude method of road-building
is both costly and unsatisfactory.
Throwing in a pile of inonoy to-day,
and repeating tho opeiation ngnin in
n few weeks, when tho first lot
should have served for years, does
not indicato the possession of in
telligence, common genso, or ordi
nary business capacity.
im ,ii ,Mi.ii n ti .'iawitnu.i t rj nr umi
A SAD ACCIDENT.
W. M. UIFTAItP 1UMINT HV
Latit evening, Mr. W. M. Giffard,
had a few fi lends at his residence
on the plains. Finding that tho gas
or gasoline did not burn as brightly
as usunl, lie went to the pit iu which
tho gasoline tank Is contained, to
ascertain tho cause thereof, Inking
with him a Chinese servant. After
descending the pit, Mr. Giffard
thoughtlessly struck a match, when
some escaped gasoline immediately
ignited, burning Mr. Giffard and
his attendant very severely, before
they had time lei escape. During
the day, tho stock of gasoline in the
tank had been replenished, during
which operation, a small quantity
of the combustible escaped or was
spilt, and settled at the bottom of
tho pit. Mr. Giffnrd's face and
hands were very much burnt, more
particularly his hands, while the
Chinaman suffered still worse, his
light clothing becoming ignited, and
whilst iu this condition he rushed
towards his room, thereby increasing
tho flumes about his body. Mr.
Giffard's fuciids wcio boon on tho
spot, and he was conveyed into the
house, medical aid being telephoned
for meanwhile. His sufferings for
a time were tcnible, as also were
those of the Chinaman. By the aid
of medical skill, both of the injured
parties were relieved as much as
possible, and at the latest accounts,
they were resting comparatively
quiet. It will probably bo several
weeks before Mr. Giffard will be
able to resume his mercantile duties.
A STORMY VOYACE.
The Attn says that the barkentlno
Eureka, II. 0. W. Meyer master,
arrived in S. F., after a stormy
passage of twenty-three days, from
Honolulu. On February lGth u
passenger named B. M. Pitman,
aged 20 years, a nativo of San Jose,
Cal., died of consumption, the
South Faralloucs then bearing N.
E. byN., distant fiGil miles. The
body, after being sewed in a double
canvas covering thoroughly tarred,
was brought into port.
Wc have had consideiable rain
fall of late, and the landscape looks
ficsh and green. The cauelields
never looked better. The cane cannot
quitu be heard growing, but it lias
come along wonderful by of late, and
portends a good year for the share
holders of the II. A. Co.
Grinding recommences to-morrow.
The mill has been shut down, and
has had a thorough overhauling,
new boileis &c. put iu, and from
the present outlook, it seems tho
present is going to be a busy year
at the Pallida Mill and the output of
sugar a heavy one.
Pahala, Kau, March fi, 18S7.
A PINK AND WHITE PARROT.
XX A llboial nnwiiii will tu p.iUl for
lis leliuu t HOLLIaTEK & LO.
Kx .AitMfi'ulia, nt,
Noltc's Bearer Saloon.
A Soprioyporiiity !
For II C'Ulll'MU Of fi liCNNOtIN,
Sulllcicnt to ot tliu pupil to roiiliiif; and
writing Piionojrmi h), KJ.OO.
For (i Complete IMeiueultiry
Of 'I'WHity.four Leson, $18.00.
For the Kenni'ting; Couiv.o,
tliu puiill. with proi or exertions on Ills
part, a Piactical lli-poiter, w75. Oi,
Id-porting Li'vioim may bo taken in
Coui'tsoi of Twouty.fuiir l.e-oons, for
S18 per 0 Him-. Thruo Cotirae, or
mventy.lwo LueBoiip, will gcncially suf.
This instruction may bo taken by mall.
For particulars ontiulro at THIS OF
FICE. 70 lm
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
DUHING MY AHSENOE FROM
thU Kingdom my daughter Miss
Ho;u Adlor li'it full power of iituunay
to act for niu, as I leave per Alanuda,
March llth. LOUIS AULEIC.
TOHN A. SPEAR having this day
O bought out ftio eiillro intercut of
OIIAKLKS 11. 1'FEIFFEU, in tlio latu
Unit of (-pear and I'lultl'iir, begs to noil
tv Ma foimer ciulomer, mid ilmpubllo
lint ho Is ihoM.lu owner ot said liutl
lies, and will oiri) mi thn business of
will Into tliui, hO'iultlng for himself Iho
palionago huictciuiu niunrdcil sill tlrin.
All dubland claims agnlutt the wild
Into llun ot Spear &, I'fclftur will bu
paid by tho unduritlgiii'd,
.K'HN A, Sl'EAH.
Piled Mntuh -lib, 18 17. 77 lm
TF YOU LOOSE ANYTHING,
X advcrtlho It iu tho Daily Hou.utin.
ii i ,m r.iA
AUCTION SALE OF
Bv oidor of MK. BKUOE CABT
WH'IGHT, wowlll eillat Uubllo Auction,
ON FRIDAY, MARCH -11TH,
At 10 o'clock, a. m.,
At hU lulu leaidcnee, Nutmim tftcet,
(t'aty premise, the Household Turnl
Italian Settee, Vienna Cluiirf,
BED LOUNGE, upholstered in SI!k
2 Carved U. W. M. T. Bedroom Sots
Put 'ill It eei'.ufliolMrul In Leather,
1 Lei.thci cvVuiei II. W. Lounge,
Hlauk Walnut Card Tables,
Curtalu and Lambr-'ipilns,
lllack Walnut M. T. Table,
1 Painting, "Mount Shasta,"
Hues, Caipcls, 11. Y. Ohcllotilure,
111. W. Crib, Ilnttcr Trayf .
Hair Muttresbus.Sprltig Mattresses
Mosquito Nets, Single Bedstead?,
I Black Walnut Set!
Upholstered Iu Leather, consisting of
1 Patent Hockcr, 2 Arm Chair,
A l'uilor Clnitr-i, 1 Lounge,
Black Walnut Extension Table, Crock
ury and Glassware.
1 Aug. Jungblut Co.'s Billiard
in eood condltloa, with Cues, Gun Hick-,
Milliard and P.k 1 Bull and Pins,
Gas Fixtures lor llilllard Table,
A lot of Curio", Howe, Arrows, fcu , &c.
EST The Nunanu Bus w111 'e'vo l,ie
l'unthei n Stables ut IM5 a. in., on the
day of sMo
'Hie house will bo open for lnqicitlnn
on 'Ihuitday, Mnrjh 10, from 0 a m. to
!! p. in.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
7d 3t Auctioneer'.
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
Hv order of MK. 0. DUVAL, w will
sell at Public: Auitlou,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our Saleroom, Quein Street, that
dutiable premises on
at present occupied as a ro Idence by
Tho Lot lias n fronlngo of 1 10 lVi t on
Lunalllo Street, and a uvwth of 150 feet,
mid Is well coven d with gias'. Water
labl on throughout tliu rcmUa.
There Is an tho premisf",
A 2-Story Dwelling; House
Well and bubstintially built, with Bay
Window fronting tho i-trcd.
The hoin-o contains a spacious I'm lor,
Dining Boom and Bedroom on t lit;
loweijiloor. Also, Lmgo Kitchen, Pan
try and Bath Boom. On the upper lloor
aio II Bedrooms, each furnished with
Clothes Closets. There Is also a large
Carrlago House and Stable on the Lot
This is one of the most dcsitahlu icsl
dcueo offeied for Mile. Tho ground
having a natural slot e ciisuies pcifect
Drainage, and commands an excellent
view from Diamond Head to the Wal
CSTPnrties wishing to Inspect the
piemlscs can do so by application to the
B. P. ADAMS & CO.,
78 til Auctioneers
Wednesday Evening, Maroh 9th,
Friday Evening, Maroh I Ith,
Saturday, March 12th, Matinee and
will, whllu en route
to Ban FruncUcn, New York, London
and Paris, give a Bhort sun-ou in Hono
lulu. This Cimpany consists of twclvu
performiiv, males and females. Their
feats ate marvelous, uuw and uiimeiout,
embracing tho famous
ACT OF OGAWA,
(walking with hare feet on tlicrnzfiHiko
edgoi of Yaconlu nwcrdf), walking in
llro with bare feet, ttc, ole.
Tho oulobr.ited Hick, Revolving a
Hugo Tub, with one performer inside
and ouu on tho outside, iiu
Greatly Improved, Balancing Fins, Um.
brollas, etc., arc nso among the feat).
Doom open at 7:10 p. m A nintlnco
will bu given at " p, in,, on Saturday,
when admission will bu fit) ccntN to
all puts of tho house.
fliuTButiro changd of programme
Hoi Plnu open nt A. M. HEvVLTT'S,
IV. II. ALimitlH,
Peck's New and Improved
All older for tho above mint bu ad
dressed to i. O. Jtox i:t:t. P7 lm
TF YOU FINlJANYTHING,
X mlvciiho It in the Daily Bulletin
fyfrfffi . jV7Jl.'XlJf ' nfHiMimovimiHft mvifVirrT flU"! wiBii.iMirt fim ,itntmBifm
Tliia Otic voting trotting Ived tjtaliion
will fluid tb.' coming sejson nt DoddM
Stables, Kaplol.uii Park, to n limited
number of ni.uc?.
ToruiM, :$0.00 Season.
APTOS OII1LF, lay million, by
Speculation j he by ltyjilyk's Humble,
touian, out of Martha Washington, by
Burr'i Washington; her dam by Audit,
lah. 1st dam by Lady Pool, by Sknug's
Kitllorj her ifaui by Glmcoo. Tliu
abovo Ktalllon was raided by hir Olnui
For fuithcr putlr.ulirn enquho utthu
FASIHUiV SIAHI.EJ?, or ol F. I1UB
TAOK, nt Htifttnce As KdicrtMinV ofllcc,
Queen Street. 72 lm
Young Venture, Jr.
This fluo young trottlrg-brcd stallion,
4 ears old, will stand for t' u com'tii
si-HMin at tbu rumor of QUEBN &
Terms, jQa. the iSenson.
YOU NO VBNTUKB la a black stal
lion, bred by .Mr. Horner, of Maul; lilt
dam was a line mare, half Pitth'ii nnd
linlflllark Morguu; be Is Kind, gentle
and tylih; no (nulls whatovei, and
one of tlio closest bred stallion in the
Kingdom, which shows slaying power
In emu any mare should fail to lrivc
ii foal by him, hH services will bo ion.
tiered next m iuoii (reu oT charge.
For further rsuiiculars enquire of
77 1m CAIT. CLUNEY.
On Acoount of being Over Stocked
Black Sack Suits !
Bleck Frock Suits!
Soil, and HUH.
ETC. ETC. ETC.
EST" Wo will make a reduction on tho
Now it your cluruu to buy Black
8. J. F13HEL
Lunch 11:10 a. si., till 2:30 r. at.
Poik Sausage, Loin Steak.
I'm k Chop, Mutton Cutlet,
Veal Colli t Bre ided, Welsh Barthlt,
Cold Corned Spiced Beef,
Cold Bo:ut Mutton,
Fruit, Cake, I'.ta.
Commences at 4:!i0i m., inns till 8 P. m.
Carriages ut all limits, dtiy and ulght.
Snddlo Horfes, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Cirfs wilu stylish ami gentle
born'S to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
h'ind Hacks, Open nnd Top Boggled,
Cuits and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
King up Telephone 112, or apply to
ailliKS & HAYfilSY.
IS I1KKKBY GIVEN THAT ON AC
count of tho death of Yong Kong
Ung, Manager of tho firm of WingChong'
Lung, now doing biisincES on eoriiur of
Maunukoa and Hniel stiecls, Honolulu,
Lin Tan Hoomr is hereby nppelutcl os
nmniger of Bald llun buie.iflcr Ho has
lull power to t-lgn thu Hi in naiiio and
bonow money for thu hem-lit of cnlil
11 rm. (13 iiw
''piIV. FIltM OF BPKAK APFEIFKK,
L having boi'ii illiiMilved by ordur of
Iho Siipieino Courl.and Hie umlvrriiMifil
npiioluted Keeelvcr; liolleu Is hereby
(ilvi-n that the 11 o aioek of WiikIich
andJiiweliy wlh on tain at tho Horu
I of bpearifcPfeifer for a slioit lime, nt
I reduced prices.
All panics Indebted to this firm aro
, notified to niiiku setllomont at onro.
Keci-lvei- for Hnoifr it l'lnlfer.
Honolulu, Fib 10, lfib7. fill lm
F you waTTt a servant,
L ntlvertlsu in the Daily Bulletin,
Bell Tol. 112.
Mutual Tel. 87.'. I
I'. 0 Box 107.
a hi UibV wu im v wvi
Campbell Block, Merchant St-,
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Real Eetalo Agents, Cus
tom House and Money Biokcrs.
FII1E AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Lemo, Coutrnet", nnl all klnih of Con.
cymicing. Tiiukincn's Books will
icn up, IU'iils nnd Aci'ounls rot.
IlcU.i1, ltcluins prompt
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Oiler the f 1 owing:
House to Rent and Furniture (or Sale.
Lease 20 1 er month, House contains
8 moms and bath; also hot nud cold
waici; g'0'l locality, lle minutes1
. walk from Boat Olllee.
For Sale. Homo and Lot. About a.f
ni-iii, within livtiiiiliiut s walk i f Post
Olllee. House lontnliis 0 ncini1', late
ly put In good tepalr. Slables and
To Rent. Three Houses on Llliha Slicct.
For Sale 1 Opin Shli-Bnr Uug(;y,c1iciip.
For Salo Choap. 1 Squnro Piano, ty Oc
tnves, In gooil order.
1 Uptight Piano, 7J-: Ce'aies, In good
Rooms la Rent. Four very Knnd-omely
fiiinhliid looms In largo home; well
tdiutitcil on .Miiiatiu 'Avenue. Bent
1.1 a month each.
To Let. Tlie house and ground situated
iu Nuu.uiu Avenue, iccuitly occupied
by A. J. Carlwilght, .Jr, Ktt.
To Lot. A (hioomcil Ci'ttage, with Car
liiL'u Hiii.su mid OtitliotiMs Nuuimu
Avenue, neir Uovcrnmaut rc-crvolr,
above lUj Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with idiout 2 acres of land 2f
mllui fiom tMwn. Bent !?10 per month
To Let. ACroomcd Cottnije, w Ith kitchen
attnchul; upper cud of Xtiiumi
Aieiuu, oppojlto "Valley Homo," in
'cc(lleiit older. Bent $1f.
For Sato or Leaso -Willi Imiuuliato pos-M-i-
ion, thai viituithlu estate known as
the NliUANU VALLEY lt.NCH,
filiuiitid in tlio Xtiuiii ii Valley. iy,
miles fiom iho i-liy, and undoubtedly
iho inot eltgiblo silo for a milk or
milk and butter diiiiy in thlsKiiigdom.
To Lol. Two Cottager, situated In the
(JIHucm- I. liuicii premise.
Wanted. A respect ib'o Englhh or Gtr.
man Ghl to ii'i-lst In n small I'nuily.
Wanlcd tlj n competent Knpincc, liold-
Ing ilist-clifs ccriilk-nlc, nnd highly
reci muicudcd, hltuallon at sea or oh
Wanted lo Rent. A Cottage, containing
lour or tHo rooms. Must bo iu good
lociliy, ml within tin or fifteen
minute' walk of Post Ofllcc.
Wanted. A .Inpumsc Nurso.
Situation Wanted By a capable man,
tlioiongh'y undi-fi.timds the cue of
bo es. U"nd driver, if lequiied;
married; wi u uoril housi keeper and
Situ&tlon Wanted By a sbaly man, as
cnaciim-iii or cliurpe uf i-taiilm; Iiigl
ly iceommemltd. Well ucquainud
Situation Wanted By htendy man; niiu
lied. I ndeisimids thu care of Hlock;
Good driver. Wifu gird -ciniMres-.
Situallcn Vanted Bv an ix(cricncid
h iiiu.uiukcr; not particular us to
en ployinent; wmiim not so muoli an
chjeet a a pi-rnuireiit poslllnu.
Siltiaiio.i Wanted By nn ixpurienecd
A I'oiinu.ut and "l oik.kcc er, from
OKicoto Let With Wlndo'i-, if roquiic-1.
iu lainpbcll Bltck, Muichant street.
US Met ill tut Street.
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
uuis cMii'iicni u in Dress & Cloak
M-ikins. has OPENED A DBI3SSMAK-
ing establishment at 101 Aiakca
MRS. RODANET, ihu well-known
ill J.-B;ii:ik.i-, icc.'litly returned
trom Paris, lun her di'us.making looms
still on Emma sneet, above thu square.
- A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Market.
COMMENCING ON THE FIBST OF
April nix1, tho rental of all instill.
incuts In use iu tlio District of Konn, Is
laud of Oiihu, will hu reduced to 5.00
Persons dcsliing to make contiac.ts
foi onu year at this ratu will bo lur
iilblied witli foinison application ut the
otbco of thu Cf miviuy.
A discount of 10 per cent w ill bo ul
lowed lo 8uboribirs iialng iv yiar'rt
it: U in advance.
Prctldintllaw. llollTcl. Co.
Honolulu, February 21, IS'JT. 105 lm
Tho Finest Brand of
A NIL AS
Iu thu Market at the
CENTRAL CIGAR STAND,
r. JIIMM'.It. Propi-lctoi-.
mmm & o
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CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
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It eii( n 'ollec(c(1.
Employ-mint and Shipping A;enc)'.
liibor Contract BlnnU ni d Beveniio
Slumps nlw-iyj on hind. Copying and
tiiuisiatliig In nil hit guuges ucid Iu this
Kingdom. Ordir.i from the other Is.
lands will receive piompt attention.
Valuablo Propcrtios for Sale 'J Acres of
Linil, hplemlldly bliuaitd in Makiki
lAu" in Mai; II; I, on B.-iLla.li sticcl,
Hue linlldlng situ.
Ifn Acres with -1 ioiii. C!i!i,jc, on Lllllm
s-tncl, A rare ill nice.
For Lease. 40 Acre of T.uiiO, 2'f miles
from Mossmun'ri corner IS aui-s of
which Is Miltnblo for either Rico or
Taro, and has bieu until r cultivation
for thu hut 5 yi-iu-n All biilldlngs
uecissuy for a nrt-clast little ranch
now on tin' premho .
Wanted. A situation iy n competent
practlcil Engineer, who has had miny
years' e.ipeiler.e1, and can give llic
best of itfuieucts. Ihnploynicnt on a
planti.tlon i lvfoucd.
For Sale 2 m'tes or Cholco Tani Lund,
situate neir tho Insane Asylum.
Wanted Employment by competent
hlc dy, liostlu s who will mnkc thein-silvt-s
u-eful In taking euro of door
j arils and gardens, ntul in other light
work requiud by ptlvato lamlly.
Wanted. A Collage wl'hln five mlnuics'
walk of thu Post Ofllcc, Milmbly ap.
polntid for thu ncuommodttion of a
Full paiticulars given upon applica
No. 30 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith &
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHGE 1.0 1 con er Pcusacola
and Lunalllo Ms, which can bo
divldid into two or more building lots.
Fnqtilreof G. WJiSl',
Bl Of Wo3t, Dow s Co.
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