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SATURDAY, MAR. 19. 1887.
IT IS WELL.
In reflecting upon the subject of
'Advice and encouragement" ten
dered to King Malietoa, gravely
alluded to in the columns of the
Daily Bulletin a couple of days ago,
it appears to us that it is well for
tho honor of Hawaii that the Kaimi
loa is being got ready for sea ; for
although the King of Samoa has re
ceived the Envoy with faultless
civility, the diplomatic representa
tives of America, England and Ger
many may not have been equally
It is not likely, however, that tho
representative of the United States
would be so rude as to ask the Ha
waiian Envoy who would pay for
the dance in the event of Congress
shutting down on Hawaiian sugar.
Nor would the Englishman be so
offensively utilitarian as to ask
about the Hawaiian loan or the con
dition of the streets of Honolulu.
And the German would surely not
think of making any querulous com
ments on Makiki claimants.
Yet it is uncertain what these gen
tlemen might have seen lit to ask.
Some of them may have been reck
less enough to suggest to Mr. Bush
that if ho had nothing more tangi
ble than "advice and encourage
ment" to offer as a remedy for the
distracted politics of Samoa, he
might as well return home and re
mit these commodities, in instal
ments, at twelve cents per half
ounce, through the mails.
Should the Hawaiian Envoy have
met with any rebuffs of this sort, or
should he do so before the comple
tion of his important mission, it will
be for this Kingdom to vindicate its
undoubted right to support, if it
will, the political lunacy of its
rulers. If the legislature of the
Hawaiian Islands, sees fit to organ
ize wild goose chases, why should
other nations be so impertinent as to
chaff our Envoy about it? In the
event of any such thing taking
place, we shall see justice dono tho
statesmanship of our much abused
Cabinet in having provided a navy
at tho fish-market dock, with a
commodore and a crew ready for
any emergency. The affronted En
voy will bo able with such a ship
and such a commodore and crew to
retaliate upon the offending power.
The guns of profanity, turned upon
any British, German, or American
ironclad, from the Kaimiloa, cannot
fail to strike consternation into tho
hearts of tho most daring crews they
can muster in line of battlo. While
the commodore sweeps their decks
with broadsides of sulphurous hail,
tho cadets will board tho ships,
clem out tho lockers, and before
Y !!" ffflUMM WtMfcaStM
the enemy can say "Jack Kobtilson,"
their provisions, guns, ammunition,
clothing) ami coin will ho deposited
on hoard the Kaimiloa.
It is well at least for Mnliotoa,
that ho reooived tho "advice and
encouragement" in a kindly spirit.
It speaks all the more favorably for
his shrewdness in that he could not
have been aware of tho disastrous
results that might have followed,
had he acted otherwise. A visit
from the Hawaiian navy, on venge
ance bent, would spread ruin and
dessolation in every hen-coop in
Samoa, and the crown jewels would
never moro be seen in Apia. It
sometimes happens that a man acts
more wisely in an emergency than
he himself is conscious of, and the
reception accorded Envoy Bush by
Malictoa, if it keeps the cadets of
the Hawaiian Koyal navy away from
him, is illustrative of that highly
original and profound proposition.
WHO IS TO BLAME?
A case of a broken leg was rc
poiled in the Bui.i.ktin yesterday.
A Mr. McCarthy, tin engineer, is
said to have met witli this misfor
tune through stepping into a hole in
the side-walk on Ntiuaiitt street.
That tho leg was broken is a fact,
and the unfortunate man is now
under surgical treatment in the
Queen's Hospital. That the acci
dent happened in the way indicated
is believed to bo also a fact. It is
not at all surprising that a man
6hould break his leg in this way,
or even his neck. Indeed, it is
rather matter of surprise that we
have not a greater number of inci
dcntH of a similar nature to chroni
cle. The side walks, in many places,
particularly parts of Nuuanti street,
are in a shameful condition. Ups
and downs, holes and hills, arc their
characteristics. It is difllcult to
walk on them without stumbling,
even in good daylight ; in the dark
ness of night, it is almost an impos
sibility. Who is to hlame, and who
is responsible for the injury accru
ing to people from these man-traps
strewing their way? Piimarily, the
property owners and lessees. It is
their duty to keep their side-walks
in a safe condition. Secondarily,
the Government is to blame. It is
the duty of government to see
that the property owners or lessees
keep their side-walks in a safe con
dition for travel, and to compel
them to do so if they will not do it
voluntarily, from a sense of duty
and of their own accord. Now, to
leave such matters entirely at tho
option of people of a mixed commu
nity like that of Honolulu, means
just the condition of things which
we all sec. Why docs not the gov
ernment look after such matters?
What a pity that public affairs are
left under the contiol and manage
ment of men who fail to realize the
duties and responsibilities of their
A STRANCE ADVENTURE.
P. Engleman, a well-known plrysi
cian of this place, and a former
member of the Pennsylvania Legis
lature, met with a strange adven
ture a few nights ago. He had
been at Walnut Port to see a
patient, and was driving home,
when ho was stopped by a woman
who asked him to let her ride with
him us far as lie was going. The
doctor readily consented. After she
got in he looked at her more closely,
and discovered that his companion
was a man in female attire. lie did
not lose his presence of mind, how
ever, nor betray his discovery, but,
as a subterfuge, dropped his whip,
and, making the excuse that he was
afraid to let go the reins asked the
pseudo woman politely to get out
and pick it up. "She" consented
and alighted. The doctor did not
wait for any further developments,
but hurriedly started up his iiorse
and drove on. Just as lie thought
himself out of danger and was con
gratulating himself on his lucky es
cape he was confronted bjr two per
sons in femalo guise. Tlioy peered
closely into tho caniagc and, not
seeing the one who was evidently
their accomplice, made no effort to
detain him. On reaching home he
found in the carriage a muff and a
revolver, which had been left by the
unknown "female" when she got
out to pick up tho whip. They are
still in his possession. Tho general
impression is that the would-be
assailants intended to stop and rob
him, although the doctor holds to
tho opinion that the masquoraders
intended to assassinato him. The
adventuro has caused great excite
ment here, and many theories are
advanced for ,tho solution of tho
mystory. N. y. Tribune.
Ono of tho greatest curiosities in
the world is a woman wlio doesn't
think iter first baby the only per
fectly beautiful baby in tho worjd.
Tho next greatest is a lawyer who
will not avail himself of a chance of
asking for a contimianco of a case
in which ho is interested. "Full
THE TOWERS OF SILENCE.
When tho hour of dcatli is at hand
the dying Parsec is carried down to
the cellar, or the lowest room in tho
house with what notion I failed to
learn. Afterward tho body is horno
to ti great burial tower, there to be
exposed to tho winds of heaven, tho
burning sun, the beating rain, and
all the host of foul carrion birds.
Some rich families liavo a private
tower of their own, a sort of family
mausoleum. Tho public burial
towers, of which there are live,
stand on Malabar Hill, in a garden
of flowering shrubs, overlooking tho
sec. Here, amid fragrant bowers of
roses and jasmine, stand these
Towers of Silence as they arc called,
ghastly rcceplacles for tho dead.
They arc about thirty feet high mid
sixty feet wide. Un thu top of each
is an open grating on which the
bodies arc laid in three circles;
children in the center, then the
women and men at the outer edge.
Innumerable birds of prey are for
ever hovering with their sharp hun
gry cries round these towers, or sit
tings perched on them, solemnly
waiting for the giatcful feast that is
never long delayed a feast which
dnilj' averages tluee Parsecs, be
sides women and children, for it is
estimated that each day three of
these prosperous, intelligent, well-to-do-looking
merchants And their
last lcsting.piace in thu voiacious
maws of these ravenous birds. And
when the birds have done their pait,
and winds, and sun, and rain, have
all combined to whiten the skeleton
to a thing like polished ivory, gradu
ally the bones separate and fall
through the open grating into a well
below the tower, whence, it is said,
they arc taken by a subterranean
passage and cast into the sea, and
so the space is left clear for the next
comers. Macmillan's Magazine.
PROSCRIPTION OF JEWS IN RUSSIA.
Prof. Dr. Mauthner, the distin
guished Viennese oculist was sum
moned by telegraph to Kieff the
other day to attend a wealthy patient.
At tiic Russian border thu olilcial
asked him whether he was a Catho
lic, and when the Doctor replied
that lie was n Hebrew he was told to
get off the train, as foreign Jews
were not allowed to enter Russia.
Dr. Mauthner explained the object
of his visit, but in vain ; and the
train went on without him. He now
telegraphed to his patient, and
several hours passed before tho
latter had been able to get permis
sion for him to come. When on his
way homo ho received a telegram
from the Governor of Odessa to
come and attend him ; but the Doctor
sent back word that he had had
enough of Russia, and returned to
BY A JAPANESE COOK AND HIS
wife. They both undortand gone
ral houso work. The man is willing to
miiko himsdf useful, and the woman
will wash, iron, and take caio of children,
Apply nt THIS OFFICE. SO lw
$00,000 TO LOAN!
HP11E undersigned have Sixty Thous
JL and Dollars to loin, in sums of not
less tlmU'Dno thousand dollurri upon
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY.
fi2f CO Fort Stiect, Honolulu.
Y. M. C. W. A. (Limited).
''piIE UNION READING PARLOUS
JL having just Loen decorated by the
well known artist, F. Rupprccht, we
would most respectfully ii.vllc all the
members to attend tho usual me tinge.
Foreign and local papors in profusion.
Thorn will he a lecture t) young men,
on tin j temperance, llirce ilmis a week,
by ono "f tho manager?, to bo fr Unwed
by a J u -clous luuch. Thu members arc
requested to leao tliuir relative nt
home. E. S. C. & J. A. K.
83 1 w JIausgcrs
Office In Campbell's Hlock, Cor. Fott &
Merchant St.-., Honolulu, II. I,
IS" When dcslrid, will ulvc the law in
n writtsn opinion, us to the probable re
mit of the contention upon the facts
MR. MORRIS HYMAN will act
for mo undur full power of attor
ney during my itbsonro from till King,
dnm, .lOSEl'H HYMAN.
March 11, 1887. 8U lw
THE RESIDENCE AND
'SiB "abturo Lands at l'ntioa Vul
.i W. occunitd bv Mrs. T.nnir.
Apply on tlio prcmlsis. LOif
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
THE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAT.
kIM, at present occupied by G. D.
Kioctli. Apply at ollleoot
FHKETH & PLWCOOK,
1-if 2J Nuuanu stieet.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT. corner Pensacola
and Lunalllo Sts,, which ran bo
divided Into two or more building lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
51 Of West, Dow & Co.
EMPTY BAHHELS AND CASKS
28 to 85 gallons cachjveiy cheap
forcuh. Appy to L.QVE.JOY & CO.,
10 Nuuanu Street. 87 8t
Peck's New and Improved
All orders for tho abovo musDbo ad
dressed to V , O, Mo J 1VA. 771m
't'Umfe ihirJ ki?tt
Wo htiva received a frcsli lino of
Crosse & .Black woll's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods
Ditect from England ex Ttrlthh bark Glcnguber, comprising In part:
Bottlc3 Mixed Pickles,
" White Onions,
" lC3civcd Wc9l Indh Ginger,
" Sp.iulsh Olives,
Haudsomo Vases Koyal Tabic Sutco,
" " John Hull Siuce,
Bottles WiiliiutC.it, up, t
" Gacnungis In hjmp,
" Hid Cuiiaut-In Synip,
." Cundlut (JringuPoel,
" " Citron l'eel,
" Pudding Raisins,
Mb tins Joidau Almonds',
" Filed Eels.
J.lb tins Fresh Cod Roes,
1 quart Bo. tics Salted Ilcnlugs,
E irthen Juri Auehovy Paste,
Jioitles Cayenne 1'epper,
Bottles White and Blaelc Pepper,
" Xante Currants,
7.1b tins Scotchmcal,
Jurs Table Salt,
2-lb tins Green Pea Soup,
" Julieune joup,
" Mock Tuttli! hoop,
" OMail Soup,
" Mullupitawny Soup,
Bottles India Curry Powder,
Tins Madras " "
1 ft 2-lb tins Jam) and Jellies, nssortcd,
Pat3 of nil kinds,
Mb tin Ourruw.iy Sctd',
Bottles Tomato Consetve,
Trufllcd Pate de fols Giu,
Tin Whole Roast Grouse,
" Sago and Onions,
" H-ilfoid's English Cunled Fowl,
" Lugllsh Aspuiugtis,
Mb tins Mincu iMe.it,
2 lb thu Spiced Beef,
Bottles Capers, 2 and 4 oz ,
1.1b tins Curiam
" Boilid Mutton,
" Mewed Kidneys,
Coco i unit Milk,
Symington's Tea Flour,
Epps M to J-lb Packages Cocoa,
Oakley Knifo 1'olMi,
Mb tins Fluke Tapioca,
Coleman's Mustard in tins and bottle',
Ed un Oheue,
Day & Mai tin's Shod Paste,
Also just received ex S. S. Australia and Brigantlne Consuclo, n complete line of
SXAJPJGIS jY2V1 FANCY GROCERIES!,
All which wo ofTer nt reasonable price.
NntlHfactlou uurniitccil, ami Joodn itelivcreit to tilt pnrtH of Honolulu.
FRESH ICE HOUSE GOODS in Season, recched by each trip of llio
O. S. S. Co.' 4 Steamer? by
LEWIS Ac OO. 6slm
OPERA HOUSE !
Satnrflay EvBnine, Mar. 19
in ii ii in ii n in
Will glvo u performance for the Benefit
of the HONOLULU YACHT AND
Grand Change of Programme.
Oveiture Merry War
Susan .lane H. von Holt
Scotch Lnssiu .lent John H right
I must go E.F. Bishop
The Viigiuia Rosebud.... 0. Oeuiventix
Hush Little Hatjy W. H. Hoods
Tis but ii Faded Flower.. .11. W. Moimc
Keep a Movin' W. G. Armstrong
Chiming lUlls J. M. Dovsett
Finale The Regular Anny
Banjo Solo J. Appleby
Grand Sensation! JapiniMii Balancing
Act W G. AunstrongE. Low
Clog Dane j Mr. Gusniuu
To conclude with the laughable local
sketch, in two acts,
"CIXUJV IIOOIC I"
Actl Tho Reign of Tciror
Act 2 The PuiMiltand Capture
Box Plan open at J. E. BROWN & CO.'S.
Pack'ps Hay & Grain
Now landing ex Eurekn, Mary Win.
kltman and W. S. Rownc,
This is thu largest shipment of Hay
and Grain ever recoived by any 111 mat
one lime in this Kingdom. Now being
rccelvul at tho Warelioufo of the
UNION FEED CO.
G o sm op GlitanSB stanr ant.
IN CONSEQUENCE OF A BOX
of Meal Tickets having been stolen
from thu abovo Restuiir.ini, on thu night
of thu 10th instant, I beg to Inform my
numerous customers that on and after
SA'IURDAY, March lOlli,
Different Tickets w)jj be issued.
All boarders will plonso change their
Tlokots, for now ones, on Saturday.
80 3t JUN HEB.
THE DAILY BULLETIN -The
X most popular paper published. '
P. O. Box 297.
Bottles Skinner's Mango lielhli,
" long Red Chillies,
' MayonnaNe Siuce,
" Culfsfoot Jelly,
" French Olives,
Handeonid Vrse China Sny,
" " Soho Sauce,
Ilottles Mutluooni CUsup,
" ( 'lien Its in Syi up,
it prs .i ,i
" Blue); Currants in Syrup,
" Candled Lemon Peel,
" Crystallised Frulti,
" Tin Ley Flg,
Mb tins Curried Lob iters,
" Slewed Eil,
lb tins Fillets of Soles.
Earthen Jar I'loator Paste,
Small Jars Cupt. While's Mullagutuwny
Bottle Ground Splccc,
Pint Bottles Malt Vinegar,
21b B ttleiFiench I'lnnis
Pint ltoiilu Moiilsenat Lime Juice,
21b tin Gray Sou ,
" CrOiSy Sctip,
" Pnlufciiuc Soup,
' Hare Soup.
" Ox Cheek S nip.
" IIoli:h olfh Soup,
" Viiiuii Soup,
Tim Oxford Si'isage,
lioltlm PlnUlcd Bud Cabbage,
Collared Ox Tongues,
Boit'ei Lia & t'urrln's Grmiiuc Worces.
tershlrc S mc ',
Bottles Bengal Club Clmtiiev,
" Fundi Truffles,
Tins Whole Roust Pariridgej,
" " Pheasants,
" Preservid Mushrooms,
" Beef Marrow Fat,
l.lb tins Armvrool,
Tins Real Yarmouth Bloaters,
" Ftench Mushrooms,
Phllllpe & Ciinnud's Petit Pols,
1 lb tins Par-nip', 1 lb tins Turiips,
' Frerdi Trips,
" Alnmndo Beuf,
" Boiled MuttJti,
" Hin loot Mutton,
" CilMicail, ditto HonRtMuttou,
" Boiled Beef; " Boiled "
Cocoa and milk, Chocolate and Milk,
Esieneo Collee, 1'aitnt Groats,
Van Houlon's Cocoi, l. & i.lb tins,
i & Yi1" lms couoatinii,
Mb tins Pearl Sago,
" Ground Rlee,
" Cambridge Sausaeos
Day & Martin's Liquid Shoo Blacking,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
By order of MR. O. DUVAL, wo will
sell ut Public Auction,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our Fulcsroom, Queen Street, that
desirable premises on
nl present occupied as a rcsidenco bv
Tlio Lot has a frontngo of HO feet on
Lunalllo Street, and a ni-pth of 150 feet,
and is well covcrid witli gius. Wnler
laid on throughout tho prcmUoj.
There is an tho premise',
A 2-Story Dwellii House
Well and substantially built, with Bay
Window fronting tho street.
Tho house contains a spacious Parlor,
Dining Room and Bedroom on tho
lower lloor. Also, Lnrgo Kitchen, Pan
try and Bath Room. On the upper floor
aio !) Bedrooms, each furnished with
Clothes Closet. Theie Is also a large
Carriage Houso and Stable on tho Lot
This is ono of tho most desirable lesl
(leneo offered for sale. Tho ground
having n natural sloj u ensures perfect
Drainage, and commands nu excellent
view from Diamond Head to tho Wal
ESTParties wishing to Inspect tho
piemlses can do so by application to the
E. V. ADAMS & CO.,
78 td Auctioneers
Am Sonijtag, den 20 Maerz, Vor
nijttags 11 Uhr, Dciftschcr Gpttcs
icnst (lurch IJcrrn Pastor Isenbprg
in dor Y, M, C. A. IIal.
Kaiscrllcli Dcutelics Konsttlat.
Honolulu. 61 ,r),
rpiIE BTORE LATELY OCCUPIED
X by THOS. MOSSMAN, comer of
Klncr and Nuuanu streets, is to let An.
ply lo Messrs. ALLEN & ROBINSON.
MISS CLARKE, who has hadnviny
yciiiH CMiuriciu e In Dresi & Cloak
Making, lias 01TXED A DHESSMAK.
ING ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Alokea
MRS. RODANET, tho wcll-knpwn
drcfflinoker, recently returned
from Paris, has her dress-niaking rooms
still on Emma stiect, abovo the square.
vSja-ft.," : 'i . t..--v
Bell Tel. 112. Mutual Tel. 073.
P. 0. Box 1.07.
J. E, BROWN & CO.,
Campboll Block, Merchant St.,
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, 'Roal Estate Agents, Cus
tom Houso and Monoy Brokers.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Leases, Contracts, and all kind? of Con.
vcyanclng. Tindesmcn's Books wilt,
icn up, Rents and Accounts col.
lcctid, Returns prompt
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Oiler the following:
To Ron!. Three Houses on Llllhn Street.
Rooms to Ron!. Four very hand-omcly
lututslicd rooms iu largo homo; -wi'll
situated on fuuunu Aveutie. Rent
$10 u month each.
To Lei. Tlio house and grounds sltuntrd
in iNiiu.inu Avenue, icceutiv occupied
by A. J. Carlwilglu, Jr., Emj.
Offlco to Lot With Window, If iciulro1,
iu Campbell Block, Mcichanl street.
To Lot. A doomed Cottage, with Car.
lingo House and Outhouse, Nuuanu
Avenue, near Government reservoir,
ubovu Into Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with about 2 acres of laud 2.f
miles fiom tn. Rent $10 per month.
To Lot. A n.rooincd Catincv, v. 1th kitchen
attached; upper cud ol Xiiuaiiu
Aoiue, oppo.ito " Viilley IFuinu," in
excellent older. Kent $lx.
To Lei. Two Cottage, situated iu the
Chiiic-o t hutch picmltc,
Offlco and Shop Front lo Let. Tlio w Indow
ii ml siililcimt space for an ollleu or
Juweler's business At present form,
lug pail of .1. E. Blown ti CVi.'s ollices,
Z8 .Merchant Street. Rent $2.") per
Houso and Lot for Salo. Very desirable
resldencu on Bcietniila Stiect. Tho
hoii'u contains -1 Bedrooms, Parlot,
Dlnlng.ropm, Pantry, Kitchen uud
Bn hroom. Mosquito proof. Houso
new ami well built.
Lot 100 by ICO feet with privllego of
buyhiir next lot. Will be sold chcapr
Fos Salo or Rent A charming nsldcnoe
on Klnau street, containing 2 bed
roims, parlor, dining loom, kitchen,
bath, Ac. Garden font and back;
carriage house, siubles and sen ant's
qua! tors detached.
For Salo or Loaso -With iinmcdlnto pos-bch-dnn,
thai valuable estate known as
tho NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
slltiatnl iu the Kuunuu Valley. "!4
miles lrom the city, and undoubtedly
the most eligible slto for a milk or
milk ui.d biitlcrdu.il In thisKlugdom.
For Loaso i'ho lcldineo and ruluro
hinds at Pauoa Valley, occupied by
Sirs Long. A splendid pioperty.
For Salo. 1 Open Sldi'Bir Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Cheap 1 Squaio Piano, VA Oo.
taves, In good cider.
1 Uptight Piano, V,i Octaves, in good
Wanted Bus-pedal lo youth to assist in a
Im-inci-s istibllHlimeiit iu Hi') city,
and in ike himself generally useful;
would lvcldo with the family; wage,
with boaid and lodging, $15 n mouth
Wanlod. A respect ihlo English or Ger.
man Girl to usist iu a small family.
Wanlod 15 u competent Engineer, hold.
lug HiHt.cla'-.s ccrtillealei, and highly
iccomuicudcd, situation at sea or on
Wanted lo Ron!. A Cottage, containing
four or live rooms. Must bo in good
locn'lty, and within tin or fifteen
minutes' vulk of Post Ollleu.
Wanted. A Japonese Nurse.
Situation Wanted By n capable man,
tlioiough'y undertund3 the oarc of
ho Fes. Uood driver, if icquired;
married; wile good housikeeper and
Situation Wanled By a steady man, as
cuaciimiin, or ohaigo of Maliles; high
ly ic commended. Well acquainted
Situation Wanted By Mcndy man; mm
ried. UndersiauilH Ihe cam of stock;
Good driver. Wlfo gord seimstress.
Situation Wanled By an experienced
harncsMBakcr; nut pirticuliir as to
employment; wayns not to much an
object a- n pcrmui.cnt position.
Situation Wanted By nn (xperienced
Accountant and I'ook-keepor, from
28 Merchant Street.
-A Now Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Market.
MAS. J. FISHEL,
Tho Leading Millinery House,
Wo have this day received by thu S. 8.
Australia, tho nijcxl lint of
over shown in this cliy. They nro
all Colors and thu veiy
A Complete lino of
Iu White anil ItlncU. All
the Lntuit Novelties in
Wings and Hat Trimmings !
which will bo on Exhibition on
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
Tho Leading Millinery House.
CUlt. lOKT &. IKITJOL HTM.
licit Teleiihnne lilt). V. O. ov 415.
C1IAS. T. GULECK,
HEAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
UouhN written up. AccoiiiKm tint!
Employment and Shipping Agency.
Libor Contract Blanks ond Revenue
Stamp nlwDya on hand. Copying ntd
translating In nil language, ,,mM in this
Kingdom. Ordtrj from tho other Ir
lands will receive prompt attention.
Wanled SHuallon Uy nu old resident
who Is fntnllinr with (ho Hawaiian
liiigmmc. Also, underpin (Is pUnta.
Hon work. Will l.eip books mid at.
tend to the geneial details ol hm-lucss.
I'mploymeni In llinrl'j ireftr.id
Wanled Situations. By tluee lli-t.-lius
Biok.kcipers nid Mike men u!ncnn
glvo llio best of referencis. Will not
object to employment in their capacity
Wanlod SHuallon. As a Lunn on n plan
tat ion by a man Mho has had rcveral
ycais expineuce in thl countrv In
this line. J
Wanlod. A Collage within five mlnutei
walk of the Post Ofllee, suitably up.
pointed for tho necommodttlon of a
Wanted Employment bv competent
btnidy, hostlc s who will make thein
sdves useful iu taking euro of door
unls nid gardens, and lu other light
work icquired by piivnlo family.
Wanted. A Slluntlon ".y a competent
practical L'nglneer, who has hud m my
yoirs' opeiiei.e, and can ula the
bett of tefereucis. Binploynient on a
Wanled Employment by n fltst-clacs
caipentcr, who would bn glad to luko
a sitiialion on u plantition, or inn
private family, wheio lm rould make
hiiiiholf geueiully utel'ul In keeping
building-', fence, &v., iu repair, tuk
ing cm o of horses, n door yard, or gar
Also, by a llrst-clacs Ilorseshocr; would
liku u job on u phntntion where ho
could do genet nl repuli work.
For Loaso Cottigo suitable for a small
f unity, C rooms; kitchen nttached.
Stablo accommodations If desired. A
beautiful location about three nvlcs
up tho valley road.
For Loaso. Cottage suitable for smnll
family, 1 looms; and one nttached
with 2 room. Carriage shed. About
SJi miles U the Milloy ro.id.
Thcso cottages ail'ord raro opporlunl
ties to invalliU and otlurs who dolro to
enjoy the benefit of the puro mountain
air mid climate of Nuii'inu Valley, at a
modciato elevation ; und, In fact, would
provo u perfect saiiltailum whhin easy
reach of the busiuois part of town.
For Loaso. 10 Acrea of Land, 2J miles
from Mosbiiuui's corner 15 acres of
whh h is suitable for either Kice or
Taro, and bus biuu under cultivation
for tho lnt C years. All buildings
necessary for n ilrst-closs little ranch
now on tin- picmUo .
For Sale 2 acre or Choice Tnro Land,
ritiuiio nu'ir tho Insane Asylum.
Valuablo Propcrlles for Sale 2 Acres of
Land, bpliudidly shunted in Makiki
lAcro in Mnkiki, on Berelunia streof,
fine building lite.
lJu Acres with 4.room Cottage, on Liliha
stiect, A ruio chance.
Full particulars given upon applica
No. 30 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
occupied by Messrs.
This flno voting trotting bred stallion
will ,tui.d ilia coming season ot Dcild's
Stables, Kapiolanl Pnik, to a limited
mini bir of inures.
TcniiH, :tO.O SenHon.
1 ay stallion, bv
bpieulation; Jio by
iniiimi, ma oi .minim uasnington, by
Burr's Washington; hei dam by Abdal
hill. Ut dam by Lady Pool, by Skngg's
Kittler; her (lam liy Glencoe. Tho
above stallion whs rabed by Sir Claus
S ri-i kels.
For fmtlicr particulars enquire at tho
FASHION H'lABLES, or ot F. I1UB
TAOK, at Hiisturo & Robertson's olllco,
Queen Street. 72 lm
Young Venture, Jr. i
ThU flno young trottlng-brcd stallion,
liens olT, will btand for the coming
se.1.011 nl tho rorncr of QUEEN &
TeiniM, S5 the McnNon.
YOUNG VENTURE la n 1 lack stol.
Hon, bred by .Mr. Horner, of 3InuI; his'
dom was a lino marc, half X'.itclun nnd
luilf Black Morgimj ho is Und, gentle'
and siylMi; no fuulis whutever, uni
one of Un closest bred sti(lllori) in tjio
Kingdom, which shows staying power
In oii-o any innie should fail to have
a foal by liiui, llsservi(cn will be lpu.
(lured neM m iiioii freu of charge.
For furl her particulars enquire of
17 lm OAPT. CLUNEV.
JOHN A. SPEAR having this day
bought out thu entire Interest of
CHARLES II. PFEIFFEH, Iu tho Juto
llrm of Spear and Pfelll'er, begs to notl
fv his former eiibtomcra and the public
lint ho Is llio solo owner of said busl.
iiifs,nnd will eirry mi Urn liKlnessof
slid Intullitii, soliciting for hlniMlf tlio
rnttoimgo hereldoio aiconlcd sidd 111 in.
All dulil and clalmff api Inst thu said
Into Hun ot Suear & Pfilller will bn
paid by tho undorsltrned.
Dated Jaich llli, I837.
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