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TUESDAY. MAR. 22. 1887.
SUPPLY GREATER THAN DEMAND.
As the large area swept by the
great fire of nearly a year ago has
been gradually rebuilt, until tho
major part of what the flames con
verted into an open space, has be
come covered with new buildings,
people have gradually attained a
realization of the fact that the
supply of business premises is
greater than the demand, and that,
therefore, the exorbitant rent rates
which prevailed until recently, can
no longer be maintained. Many of
the wooden buildings beyond tho
limits defined by law for the use of
fire proof material only, hastily
erected after the destructive fire,
were temporarily occupied by shop
keepers, that vacated them as soon
as more substantial structures, more
centrally located, were in readi
ness, and many of the wooden
places alluded aro now without
tenants, and the owners find that
they cannot secure occupants with
out a material reduction of rent,
and reduction is accordingly decided
upon. Owners of premises in the
part of the town occupied by white
tradesmen, must also surely see, ere
this, that their rent charges arc
higher than can bo maintained, in
the present condition of business.
A VISIT TO THE GARDEN OF EDEN.
BY Dlt. W. E. BRKTOX, II. jr. S. KIKO
KISHEIt. The following account of a visit
to tho Garden of Kden, by a gen
tleman known to some of our
readers, and written to a friend
here, will undoubtedly be read with
Koma, the site of the Garden of
Eden, is situated about 40 miles
from Bussa and 100 miles from the
mouth of- the That al Arab.
Our party consisted of 1 1 men,
Che two warrant officers, the chief
engineer and myself.
The captain of a small steamer
running from here to Bagdad,
offered to tow us up the river. Wo
loathe ahip at fl o'clock on tho
nitcrnoon of tho 12th January, in
one of the cutters ; the chief and I
taking with us a large Arab canoo
and three natives, so as to enable
us to start back tho following morn
ing. - As soon as we camo alongside of
the steamer tho captain had our
boats made fast, and asked us to
go on board, he was very kind to
us; inviting the chief and me to
- dino with him, and placing two
cabins at our disposal; lie was a
most amusing old fellow, full of in
teresting stories. It was a lovely
afternoon, and wo had full enjoy
ment of tho beautiful scenery for
tho short timo the daylight lasted ;
tho river was thickly wooded along
Later on, the Bluo Jackets got
musical, nnd rather noisy; ono
fellow had a concertina, on which
ho played somo very lively nirs,
which excited tho others to an
equally lively dance, their natural
spirits being increased by sundry
glasses of whiskey, "stood" them
by tho good-natured captain; and,
by the timo we reached our desti
nation, most of thoiu were in a
pretty boisterous condition, nnd
two or three were obliged to accept
assistance in getting into the boat
when the steamer stopped to cast
us off, at about 11 o'clock.
Wc anchored for the night at tho
entrance of tho Tigris, the men
making themselves as comfortable
as possible in their boat; we, in
It was a fine night, but rather
cold, but 1 slept soundly under a
blanket, and, as the canoe had an
awning, wo entirely escaped the
bad effects of a heavy dew.
When I awoke about 0:30 the
following morning, I found a thick
fog over everything, just beginning
to lift and the sun peeping through.
We had a good wash and some
breakfast, and, by the timo woiiad
quite finished, tho fog was suffi
ciently lifted to enablo us to sec
both sides of the river
The site of the Garden is situated
where the Tigris and Euphrates
join, and is now occupied by a
small Arab village, the houses being
built in tho midst of a thick wood.
It is certainly a very pretty plnce,
and the view, looking in every direc
tion, most charming. Wo landed
about 8 o'clock, and strolled through
the woods for a couple of hours ;
most of the trees arc date palms.
Wo were followed everywhere by
an admiring crowd of dirty Arabs.
Wo walked across to tho other side
of the Garden to get a good view
of the Euphrates, which seems a
broader river than the Tigris, but
not so swift.
We finished by getting some
branches from the e 'Tree of Know
ledge," situated about a hundred
feet from the bank of the Tigris.
It is a fine old tree, but certainly
does not look 0,000 years old ! It
may, however, stand in the position
of tho original tree, whose off-spring
it may also be. I am pressing
sonic leaves for you, and shall also
send some seeds, as, most fortu
nately for us, it was seed lime.
Tho natives had a decided objec
tion to my taking away any portion
of this tree, having learned to know
its value, bo wo had to propitiate
one or two of them with some small
coins. I felt, however, that they
were imposing, on my good-nature,
as, of course, the entire Garden,
including the tree, belonged origi
nally to my ancestors, and formed
part of tho family estates, and I
should, doubtless, be living there
now, if Eve had "behaved herself."
The place seems to have been a
good deal neglected since Adam
and Eve got the turn out. The
ground is everywhere covered with
fallenlcavcs, and dirt of every
kind. Some of the men cleared, up
a little about the "Tree of Know
ledge," but the rest of tho placo
was in too bad a condition, and our
slay too short to admit of our doing
very much towards setting it to
rights. I kept a careful lookout
for serpents, but failed to see any.
I suppose the weather is too cold
for them now, although, it was then
a fine, sunshiny day. Anyway, I
felt that I should not like to be
going about in very light clothing.
Timo being almost up, we took a
last look round, and got into our
canoe, leaving the men to come
back in their boat, which, as we
had anticipated, proved a slow
THE CERMAN REICHSTAC.
I'OIKTS 15f THE EMl'EnOit's SPEECH
HEAD 1'ltOJl THE THRONE.
Berlin, March 51. The new Ger
man Keichstag opened to-day. Tho
Emperor's speech was read from tho
throne. In it he says he is gratified
at the benevolent disposition the
Popo has shown toward the Empire.
The foreign policy of the Empire is
continually directed to tho mainte
nance of peace with all powers, and
especially with Germany's neigh
bors. Tho foreign relations of the
Government aro the same as when
the last Reichstag was opened. If
tho present Reichstag, without hesi
tation or division, gives unanimous
expressions to the resolve that the
nation will put forth its full strength
and in full panoply now and at all
times against an' attack upon our
frontiers, such resolution, oven be
fore carried out, will materially
strengthen tho guarantees of peace
and remove the doubts which tho
lato parliamentary debates may
have inspired. Tho Emperor feels
assured that the Reichstag, by its
resolutions, will placo tho Fedral
Government's National policy on a
safe basis, and derives from this
conviction the confident hope that
God will bless his efforts to preserve
tho peace aud security of Germany.
The samo bills that were submitted
to tho previous Reichstag, will again
bo offered, creating now sources of
revenue, and a reforms of tho me
thods of taxation aro urged.
WRECK ON THE IRON MOUNTAIN
St, Louis, March 7. Tho rail
road accident on the Iron Mountain
Railroad, near Desoto, Mo., occurr
ed at Victoria, thirty miles south of
here, a little after 10 o'clock Satur
day, and was occasioned by tho giv
ing wny tinder tho train of tho tres
tlo which crossed Joasclnm creek at
that point. Tho train was tho Toxas
express and consisted of a baggage,
express nnd mail cars, a smoker,
two passenger coaches and four
sleepers, carrying 'about one hun
and thirty passengers. The bag
gage, mall, express and smoking
cais went into tho Hood. The
smoker is said to have contained
twenty persons. They were all saved
but one. The postal car was swept
away some distance, and as the
water rushed through it from end to
end tho mall was literally washed
out and it is now scattered over
miles of territory. The mail is said
to have been tho largest ever sent
over tho road, and losses will fall
heavily on this city, where about
three-quarters of the matter origi
nated. An express package, with
out address or anything on it by
which it can be identified, containing
$i)7,000, was found yesterday, and
it is not unlikely that others will be
discovered in-the bed of tho creek
or in tho woods. The cause of tho
unprecedented flood and weakening
of the trestle is declared to have
been a cloudburst which filled the
creek so full that it became a raging
torrent with a current of over twenty
miles per hour, and swept everj'
thing before it. Several persons
were badby bruised.
INGERSOLL ON CAPITAL AND LABOR.
Colonel Ingersoll, discoursing on
the antagonism of capital aud labor,
says: "llcrc is a shoe shop. One
man in tho shop is always busy at
work during the day always indus
trious. In the evening lie goes court
ing some good, nice girl. There are
live other men in the shop who don't
do any such tiling. They spend
half their working hours in loafing,
and their evenings in dissipation.
The first young man by-nnd-by cuts
out these others, and gets a boot and
shoe store of his own. Then he
marries the girl. Soon he is able to
take his wife out to ride of an even
ing. The live laborers, his former
companions, who sec him indulging
in this luxury, retire to a neighbor
ing saloon and pass a resolution that
there is an eternal struggle between
labor and capital."
A flat failure A poor pancake.
A WOMAN T 1)0 PLAIN SEW.
ing. Apply to MRS. JACKSON,
at Reformatory School. f'Otf
AFI RST.CLASS BOOK-KEEPER,
who ran funiifh unexceptional
retereneti from former employers, ninv
Mini wink for a few hours dull v by ad.
dics-inir BOOKKEEPER , Hox 01, P.
O., staling age, experience and icfcr.
ences. None other noticed. 80 Si
A YOUNG LADY OR GENTLEMAN
who is a neat ami accurate writer,
can obtain occasional work al home, or
In an office, by addressing ' COPYIST,"
Box 351, P. O., Mating name and address.
A LADY OR GENTLEMAN OE3IR.
ing active employment ran fceure
the, agency fr somu'llterniy winks of a
bish order of merit, beautifully Ulii".
trattd ami having a Inren sale abroad.
5 00 to $10 00 pr day' can be madu
canvassing for those nooks. Ad lies'
"HOOK At) r NOV," P. O. Box !!51,
Honolulu, II. 1 !:() Si
St. Fauli Beer
E."0. H. BISHOr."
Warranted Pure Brow
Malt and Hops.
And NL'J-CIALIV IOTTII2I
for tho undersigned.
For salo by all flrstcliss liquor dealers
H. HACKFELD & CO,
Sole Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Saturday EvBilD,fflar. 26
Entire Change of
Programme ! .
THE BEST YET !
Ho.v Plan open Tomorrow, WEDNES
DAY, at 'J a.m. 00
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advettlso lu tho Daily Buu.uin.
Tclephono a 10.
We have received
CroBSO & Blackwoll's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods
Direct from England ex British hark Gleng.tber, comprising In part:
Bottles Mixed Tickles,
" Cham Chain,
" White Onions,
" Piescivcri West India Ginger,
" Spanish Olive?,
llaudsomo Vases Royal Tablo Since,
" " John Dull Suico,
Bottles Walnut U.iUup,
" Grcenungis lu .Syrup,
" Red Ciii'runt- In Sviup,
" Candled Or.tngu Peel,
" " Citron Peel,
" Pudding Raisins,
Mb tins Jordan Almonds,
" Filed Eels,
J.lb tins Fresh Coil Roes,
1 (piart Bottles Salted Hun lugs,
Earthen J.irj Anchovy Paste,
Bottles Cayenne Pepper,
Bottles Wlilte and Rlaek Pepper,
" Zanto Currants,
7-lb tins Scolchincal,
Jars Table Suit,
2.1b tins Green Pea Soup,
" Julienne Soup,
" Mock Turtle Soup,
" Oxtail Soup,
" Mulliigittawiiy Soup,
Bottles India Curry Powder,
Tins Madras " "
1 is !Mh tins Jnnn and Jellies, assorted,
Pato of all kinds,
1.11) tin Carraway Sc(d,
Bottle Tomato Conserve,
Truffled Puto do fois Oia ,
Tins Whole Roast Grouse,
11 Sago and Onions,
" II ilfoid's English Curt ted Fowl,
" hnglUh Asparagus,
1-lh tins Mince Meal,
21b tim Spiced Ret f,
Bottles Capers, 2 nnd 4 07..,
Mb tins Canois
" blcwcd Kidneys
Ro.it Voi I,
Coeo.i anil .Milk,
Sjinlngton's I'm Flour,
Epps 4 to -lb Packages Cornn,
Oikley Knlio Polish,
Mb tins Fluke Tnpioeu,
Coleman's Mustard in tins and bottles,
Ed 1111 Cheese,
Day & Martin's Shoe Paste,.
Also Just received ex S. S. Australia and Brlgantlne Consiiclo, a complete lino of
STAPLK AND FANCY GROCERIES,
All which mc offer at reasonable price".
Matlxraetlon fiuurniitccil, nuil UooiIh delivered to all nni-ttt or Honolulu.
FRESH ICE HOUSE GOODS in Season, received by each trip of the
O. S. S. Co.'s Htwinicrs by
THE RESIDENCE AND
Pasture Lands at Pauoa Val
ley, occupied by Mrs. Long.
Apply on the premises. tOtf
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
THE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
kiki, at present occupied by G. D.
Frectli. Apply at olllee of
FliEETH & PEACOCK,
12 tf 23 Nuuanu siicct.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE ON BERE
lanii Street, adjoining the
residence of Mrs. Morgan.
Cottage contains ft moms with kitchen,
Etc, Apply to E. P. ADAMS & CO.
'TMlE well known Old Corner
X l'remiNCN. Apply nt the BKA
VER SALOON 7 tf
A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM,
newly furnished, at lO.'i Nuuanu
Avenue, by tho week or mouth.
(SO 4w MRS. W. G. NEEDHAM.
THE STORE LATELY OCCUPIED
byTHOS. MOBSMAN, corner of
Kinir and Nuuanu streets, Is to let Ap
ply to Messrs. ALLEN & ROBINSON.
ONE TRAM CAR AND 200 FEET
of T Balls, six pounds to the foot,
wl'h bolts and flsli-plntcd complete.
Suitable for WarohotiMo or Plantation.
Apply to HOLLISTER & CO.
FOR SALE !
NE LARGE LOT, corner Pensacola
and Lunallln Sts., which can ho
divlikn Into two or more building lots.
Ot West, Dow A Co.
EMPTY BARRELS AND OASKH.--25
to 8."5 gullons each ; very cheap
for cii-h. Apply to LOVEJOY & CO.,
15 Nuuanu Street. 87 ill
BY' A JAPANESE COOK AND HIS
wile, 'ihcyboth undertand gene,
ral house work. The man is willing to
make himself useful, and the woman
will wnch, iron, and tako care of children.
Apply nt THIS OFFICE. 80 lw
A JAPANESE COOK wanted; must
inula; himself generally ucl'nl.
Apply nt tills Olllee. 72
SIX GOOD DRESSMAKERS wanted
nt Olias, J, FUliol'R Dressmaking
Establishment. None hut good hunilH
need to apply. 14 tf
P. O. Ilex 297.
a fresh lino of-
Bottles Skinner's Mang ItelMi,
" long Red Chillies,
'' Mavonnalsu Sauce,
' Cnlfsfoot Jelly,
" French Olives,
Ilnmlsomo Vrso China Siy,
" " Soho Sauce,
fiotlles Mushroom Ci'wup,
" Cherries lu Syrup,
i jitm .. u
" llhick Currants in Syrup,
" Candled Lemon Peel,
" Crystallized Fruin,
" Turkey Fig",
1.1b tins Curried Lobsters,
y lb tins Fillets of Soles.
Earthen J.m, Pioaler Paste.
Binull Jars Capt. While's Mullagalawny
Bottle Ground r-plcc-i,
Pint Bottles Mnlt Vinegar,
2 lb B ttloFiclich Prunes,
Pint Botilu Moatscrrat Lime Juice,
2.1b tin Gravy Sou
" Cio-By Ki.up,
' Hare Soup.
" Ox Clioelt S tup,
Jloti'lil iilili Soup,
" Viml-im Hmip,
ml S inaee.
Jlotllcsi Pickled Red Cabbage,
uotiatvit ux ionguc.4,
Bott'eJ Li a & lVtiiu's Genulno Worccs-
Bottles Bengal ( lub Cliutnev,
" French Truffles,
TIur Whole Roast Parirldgai,
' " ' Pheasants,
" Preserved Mushtojins,
" Beef Marrow Fat,
j.lb tins Arrowroot,
Tins Real Yarmouth lllnatcrs,
' Ftcucli Mushroom.
Phllllpe & Conaud's Petit Pols,
1 Ih tins Parsnips 1 lb this Tur
" Fioih Trim-,
Boiled Mutt in,
" II mien Million,
" Ciill-heail, ditto Ronst Mutton,
11 Boiled Beef; " Boiled '
Cocoa anil milk, Chocolate and Milk,
hsteneo Coffee, Pa'ctit Gloats,
Van llouton's Cocn.i, 4 & J.lh tins,
if iV JC lb litis Ciieoaliua,
Mb tins Pear! Sauo,
" Ground Rice,
" Cambridge Sinsacu',
Day & Martln'.s Liquid Shoe Blacking,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
By order of MR. O. DUVAL, wo will
sell nt Public Auction,
On Sattirday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our Falcsroom, Quetn Street, that
desirable premises on
at present occupied as a residence by
The Lot has n frontngu of 140 fed on
Lunalllo tieet, and a depth of mt) feet
and is well cnvcml with gins'. Water
laid on thiotightmt the prcmho.
There is nu tho premise?,
Well and substiutially bulli, with Buy
Window fronting tho street.
Tho houso contains a spacious Parlor,
Dining Room and Bedroom on the
lower floor. Also, Large Kitchen, Pan
try and Bath Room. On the upper lloor
aro :) Bedrooms, each furnished with
Clothes Closets. There Is also a largo
Carriage Houso and Stable on tho Lot
Tills is ono of tho most dcMrablo resi
dence offered for Kilo. Tho ground
having a natiii'id slo, o ensures perfect
Drainage, and commands an excellent
view from Diamond Head to the Wai
CSTPartles winding to inspect tho
premises can do to by application to the
E. P. ADAMS'& CO.,
73 til Auctioneers
$00,000 TO LOAN !
THE unilersigmd liavo Sixty Tlious.'
mil Dollatalo loin, in sums of not
less limn one tliiniMiud dollais upon
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY,
(I2tf 00 Fott Street, Honolulu.
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
yenis oxpuricni o in Dress & Clonk
Mnklng, bus OPKNED A DRESSMAK
ING ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Aliikea
Tltf RS. RODANET, iho well-known
1TJL dicrsiuaker, leeuntly returned
from Purls, has her dres-malclng ronnri
still on Euiina stieet, above tho square,
nCA ' ' SCHOONER JOSEPH-P-tvl
ivti. l .. . .. :.. ii...,. i... , ...
i&i0 ilur Sit, will mnku two
XS6i trips u week to Ewn. uudur
Cnptalu Cook, carrying freight nnd pis.
sengers. Paitles wishing to innko
to Pearl River, Coco Hoad, nnd other
parts of Oahu may churter the schooner
by applying lo OAVT. COOK.
Bell Tel. 172. Mutual Tel. 872.
P. O. Box 107.
J. E. BROWN 00.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St..
Real Estate Apnts, Etc,
Ofler tho following:
Tn D.nl A ?...... .. Y 1,11... Ci
u iiwini i vuiiiij u:i JJIIIUH Oil,
uatenny up Malm, -1 rooms.
To Ront A o-iooiii Cottnge, corner Lllllia
und School tts.l in uxcj.'llint ordtr;
good 1 icallty; Rent Q20 month.
To Rent Small Cottage on Llllhn street,
near School tt; urn if 12.
Rooms to Ronl. Four very hniuUomcly
fuinldiid looms in large homo; well
situated on iNuuaiiu Avenue. Rent
$10 a month eucli.
To LcL Too lious'i and grounds tdiuntid
lu Nuuanu Avenue, receuilv occupied
by A.J. Lartwilghi, Jr, Et'q.
To Lot. A doomed Cottnge, with Cur.
tiagu House utiil Out Iiohm:-, Nuuanu
Avenue, near Government reervolr,
nbuvo lite Queen Dowager Euima's
place, willi nbout 2 acres of laud 2)4
milcj f i oin tn. Kent $10 per month.
To Let. A fi.ioomcd Cettnge, with kitchen
attached; upper cud ot Nuiiiiiiu
Avenue, oppoito " Valley Ileum;," in
cvorllent older. Bath and water cen.
Aotihuces. Rent SIC
To Let. Shop wit. (low with pico behind,
lu olllccs oec ipietl by J. E. Urnwu iV
Co. Suitable lr Jewclci's fhnp or
Notary's offlcc. Rent vcy modciate.
Houso and Lot lor Salo. Very dcsiral lis
lesideuce on Beiclnliin Stici.t. Tho
h iio-e contains -1 Iledruonw, Parlor,
Dining-room, P.iulry, Kitchen and
BiiliKiom, Mosquito pioof. llcuic
iilW and well built.
Lot i00 by 100 feet with privilege of
buying next lot. Will lc sold cheap.
For Salo or Ront A charming residence
on Kimi'i sticct, containing 2 bed
roi liii, pnilor, dining room, kltclun
baili, Ac. G.irdcu font nnd back;
cn.riage house, blullcs and servant's
Lcaso lor Salo The kate of propertv,
No. Ml Punchbowl stieet, having 17
months to i un, at $10 per month, for
salo chcip. Tliu house coutnins live
roniiH. Thero is a Fpiclousyiird, car
riage lmuau mid stables.
For Salo or Lcaso -Willi immediate posse.-.
-inn, thai valuable etuu; knonn as
the NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
siinaiid in iho Nuuitnu Valley. "iA
miles Irom the chy, and undoubtedly
tliti m (i-l eligible tito for a milk or
milk nt dbuttei dairy In this Kingdom
'lima ove hplcudld piOj.ony maybe
hud on eay terms.
For Lcaso I lie rcldinno and laslurc
lands at Pauoa Ynlhy, occupied by
Mrs Long. A plendht propeity.
Wanted to Ronl. A Cottage, containing
fnur or live rooms. Musi; bo in good
lora'ilv, i.nl within ten or fifteen
uiinuto)' walk of Post Office.
For Salo. 1 Open Side Bur Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Srpwro Piano, 7J Oo
t aves in good order.
1 Upright Piano, 1 Pc'nvcs, In good
Wanltd XI 'ipcciul le youth to assist In a
inilne-s (btalillslnneul in th-i city,
nnd in -k himtclf generally useful;
would ivsllo with Ibefimlly; wages,
with bontd and lodging, $15 a month
Wanted. At ci-pcctili'o Euglhh or Gir.
man Qiil to iiM-ist in a small family.
Wanted Ity aconipctent.Eiiginee'-, liold
ing llisl-cla'b cerlllicntcj, and highly
ieci uiiueiidcd, situation at Eca or on
Situation Wanlod By a capable man,
tlioionghy under-tamH Uie cue of
l.o st'5. Uood driver, if icquiicd;
nmiiinl ; v,i o jjoud housikeeper nnd
Situation Wanted By a sliatly man, as
c iiicnin.ui. or cliarge oftables; high-
ly iieoniinuiuiid. cll aetpinlnttd
Situation Wanted By ftendy man; mat.
ried. L'nilerstiinils the euro o I stork;
Good driver. Wilo gxd scunMres .
Situation Wanted By an txieriencid
h,iincs-iiiiiker; not pirtlcular as lo
on plnyincnt; wasios not so much an
object in a permanent position.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kopt & written up,
28 Merchant Stieet.
(ifllco in C.implioll'H mock, Cot. Foil &
Mercliunt St-., Honolulu, H. I.
C?r When deslit d, will give tho law in
a wrlttyn opinion, as to the prohiblo ic
suit of tliu contention upon the facts
GHAS. J. FiSKEL,
Tho Leading Millinery House.
AVo have this day tccoivcd by tho S. S.
Australia, tliu finest line of
ever shown in Ibis city. Tlioy aro
all Colors nnd the very
A Complete lino of
In White itini Jlliick. All
tho Iitit Novelties in
Wings and Hat Trimmings I
which will lie on Exhibition on
S. J. FISHEL.
The Loading' Millinoiy House.
coit. i out & iiFri:ii stn.
Hull 'J'clenlionc U1H. 1. O. llo. 415.
CiiAS. T. GULICK,
HEAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
Jtiioltn written iii, AecqmitM nnd
Employment, nnd Shipping Accnoy.
Labor Continct lllnnks nnd Revenue
Stumps always on hand. Copying and
translating In nil languages utul lu tills
Kingdom. Oidirt from the other It
lauds will reecho prompt attention.
Wanlcd Situation. By an old nsldcnt
huh is iniiiiiuir nun lliu Jliiwillllli)
I 1 .-i.iiii.i. Aikii Iiiw1.il . I ... .It. ..1......
,k,M'- .-', iiiiib.i-iiti.ua iiuii;i-
lloti ttork. nlll kfiji books and t.
teed lo the general details of liu-lticsv.
Eniilo,viiieni in Ili0(ii iivfir.ul
Wanted Situations. By three ilrt.cliis
Biok.ketper.H in (1 olllee men uhuciin
give the best of rcforcucis. Will not
object to employment In their capacity
Wanled Slluallon. Am n Luna on a plan
tat ion by a nmn who ha hud Feveral
yeaia exptriciico lu this country in
Wanted. A Cottage wl'hln five mlntiici
walk of the Post Ofllcc, sullnlily np.
polnlid for the necommodntlon of n
Wanlod Emplnyincnt by competent
sic dy, luetic s who will mnko them
si Ives useful In taklifg cure of dror
mils a d gardens, and In other light
work lcqultid by private Inmlly.
Wanted. A Situation "y a competent
practical Engineer, who has hud miny
ye.iri1 cxpuilenoe, nnd can give Iho
host of riferenei s. Euiploymeut on a
Wanlod Employment by a flist-clnfs
carpenter, who would be glad to tako
a situation on n plantation, or in n
private family, where ho could liinke
himself geneially useful in keeping
buildings fences, &c, In repair, ink
ing euro of hor6es, n-door yard, or gar.
Alo, by a first-class Horscslioer; would
like a Job on n plantation where ho
could do geneinl repair work.
For Loaso Colt igo suitable for a smnll
family,. C rooms; kitchen attached.
Stable accommodations if desired. A
beautiful location ubout three m.lcs
up the valley road.
For Lease Cottage sul'ahlc for small
family, -t looms; and one attached
with 2 loom". Carriage shed. About
2Jj miles up the alloy load.
These cottages nllord rare opporlunl
ties lo invalid and otluw who desire to
enjoy the benefit of the pure mountain
air mill climate of Nuu-inu Valley, ntn
moderate elevation ; aud, in fnci, would
piovo it perftet tnnltaiium within easy
reach of the busincisjiart of town.
For Lcaso. 40 Acres of Land, 2J miles
from Mobsman's corner IS acres of
which is MiitaMe for cither Rico or
Tnro, and has hcun under cultivation
for the lat Ii years. All buildings
necessary for a tlrst-clas? little rnuch
now on tin- premise .
For Salo 2 ncie or Choice Tnro Land,
(iiunie neir the In-mno Asylum.
Valuablo Propcrllos for Salo. 2 Acres of
Lmd, spluididly i-ltiuiUd in Makiki
1 Acre in Makiki, on Beretnni.i street,
line building file.
)a Acres with 4-irioin Collago, on Lllihn
street, A raio (haute.
Full particulars givcu upon applica.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith &
This tine voung trotting broil stnllion
will taid t coming tcjsou at Dcdd's
Stables, Kapiolaui Park, to a limited
number of inures.
Tci-niN, SltO.OO Scohoii.
, APTOS 01HEP, lay stnllion, hy
bp(cul.itioii; ho by lty,dyk'rt llainble.
ti'iiinn, out of Martha Washington, by
Burr's Washington; her dam by Abdul,
lah. 1st dam by Lady Pool, by Skugg's
R.ttler; her dam by Olencoc. The
above stnllion was rahed by bir Olaus
f1.1". f u,Jlllt:r. 1 1"tif!ulars enquire at tho.
FASIUUN B-IABLKV, or ot F. IIU8
1 AOlv, at Hustaco & Robertson's ofllco,
Queen Street. 72 im
Young Venture, Jr.
'IhUflnn young irotting-brcd stallion,
l years old, will Ktauil for the coming
Bi'in-on at 1I10 enrniT of QUEEN &
TerniN, a." 4lu SenHon.
VOUNG VENTURE Is n Mack stol.
lion, bred by .Mr. Horner, of Maui; his
!1,l!,.,,w,'w.a(i'.,u ,n"r('' ,u,f F.ilchcn and
half Black Morgan; ho lb l,iud, gentle
and milch: no limits whatever, ntul
oneof ilinc'liseftbred stallions in tliu
Kingdom, which shows staying power
and vitality v 1 1
III cft'e. any 1,11110 should fall to havo
a foa by ldiu, his servircs will h'o ten.
(lered next umun free of charge.
For further 1 aitlculars enquirn of
" lm OAlT. CLUNEY.
NOTICE. ' '
JOHN A. SPEAR having this day
r7uAV,'V!)V,m,l,,U'" l'nllro nitercst of
CHARLES 11. I'FEIU'MH, lu tl0 ,0
llrm of bpcar and 1'feiller, begs to noti.
lv his former customers and tliu puhllo
tint ho Is iho solo owner of sild lmi-1.
nus, mid II e 10 n the l.u.lness of
said Into tlim, soliciting for hiim-olf tho
1 "Hunago bcretc mU nienrded h-iiil llrm.
All debt ami claims npliibt the eald
D-ited March uSA'BKn
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING.
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