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Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
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DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
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A. M. IIkwett, :
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: : Hotel Street
1u gnttjj gttUduu
Fledged to neither 8ect nor Pitty.
Bat established far the benefit of all.
FRIDAY. MAR. 25. 1887.
WHAT TO DO FOR THE UNEMPLOYED.
"What are we to do with our un
employed? Their number appears
to be on the increase every day.
Some of them may be of that class
who "seek for work and pray they
may not find it." But after allow
ing a BiiQlciciit margin for these,
there are many poor fellows who
apply daily at the local labor agen
cies, almost begging for something
to do, at any price not less than a
bare subsistence. It may be said
that they can find employment try
going to the other islands. Perhaps
eo. But name precisely the place,
and tell them how they arc to get
there. They cannot reach the
other islands without money to pay
their fare. This is not a country
like the United States or Australia,
where a man can shoulder his swag
mid march on until he finds employ
ment. Here lie 1ms to travel by
steamboat or schooner, and money
is a prerequisite. Tho unemployed
are right here in the city, and many
of them destitute of the means to
get out of it, and if they were not,
they do not know where to go with
an' certainty of finding work. What
can lie done for them? The various
benevolent societies arc taxed to
Uicir full capacity, and arc doing
their utmost to relievo tiic needs of
individuals and families. Business
houses and mcclinnicai establish
ments, in the present depressed con
dition of trade and stagnation -of
private enterprise, have, insufilcent
work even for their permanent em
ployees, and are, in some instances,
retaining them at a loss to them
selves, rather than turn them adrift.
This is thoughtful, humane, and
generous. Tine, there are some rich
people in the town, with largo ac
cumulations of spare cash, who
might, if their touts wcru not
shriveled up to dollars and cents,
very easily make work for the em
ployment of those who arc needy
and willing to do anything, until the
return of the "better times" which
"aro coming." But, as we havu
ealtl in previous isssues, the Govern
ment should provide a measure of
relief by the inauguration of public
works. The harbor, tho wharves,
and the roads, all demand attention.
They are all provided for in tho
Loan Act. The government profess
to have a portion of the loan within
reach, immediately available for the
objects defined by tho Act. Then
why are theso necessary public
works not undertaken at once, and
employment thus furnished to all
who aro willing to accept it? This
is a practical method of "killing two
birds with ono Btono," or of hcrving
two interests by one act relieving
the needy and benefiting tho country.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE GO. RATES NOT
From ft proposition, framed by a
stockholder of tho Mutual Telephone
Company, as a suggested addition
to tho by-laws of tho company, pub
lished in the AdoertUer and tho
Bulletin- several days ago, ami
adopted by the company at its meet
ing yesterday, the impression seems
to have got abroad that the price of
telephones in tho Mutual company
is to be raised. The impression is
a'n erroneous one. The proposition
was clearly explained at the meeting
as intended to establish a maximum
which tho rates tjhotihl not exceed
under any circumstances, for a
period of tlireeycais. Not that the
regular rates should be increased to
the maximum point, but that in the
event of an increase being found
necessary or deemed advUable, with
in the next three years, the rates
should not exceed the figures named
$4 per month for mercantile and
other ostfees. and Stf per month for
i rvrivAic hou se. Upon this explana-
iwa, :lo proposition was adopted by
jj lie wciiug. almost unanimously.
i' ar amicrstanding of the matter is
ij 5iu: That the charges for instru-
jatass itmy be raised to St and S3
per month ; but it is not now thought
necessary or desirable to increase
the present rates, S3 and S-- per
month, and they are, therefore, to
remain as they arc.
LILIHA STREET REPAIRS.
The lower end of Liliha street,
about which there has been so many
bitter complaints and hard words, is
now in good repair, up to the brow
of the first rise. A thick layer of
lumpy coral has been placed at the
bottom, faced with a pulverized
covering of the same material, and
thoroughlj' rolled with the steam
roller. It would not be hard to
point out some faults of construc
tion, but neither the paper which
specially espoused their cause nor
the residents of the neighborhood
are going to growl about that now.
The quagmire has disappeared, a
good thoroughfare passes over its
site, and those most concerned are
satisfied. Rain or shine, wet or dry,
the people now have a respectable
road, and can get to and from their
residences with comfort, without the
risk of being stuck in the mud up
to their middles. From being about
the worst bit of road around Hono
lulu, it has become about the best.
It affords us pleasure to record the
fact. "Work is still in progress up
above tiie brow of the first rise, and
the intention appears to be to renew
the road to where repairs terminated,
coming down, two or three years
ago. But the specially bad part of
the street has been fixed, and al
though tho remainder needs repair
ing badly enough, it is good in com
parison with tho lower part of the
street as it was a few weeks ago.
CARRIAGE FOB SALE !
A PHAETON, built t.. order for
tho owner hy G. Wot. Will bo
told cheap for cash. Apply to tho l!i:i.
listix OrncK. 03 2t
ONE OF TIIE OLDEST AND MOST
competent drivers, having with
drawn from tho United Carriage Co,
can now be found at tlio stnml, corner
of Fori and Morchant Streets.
, Ilotli TolephoneN, Xo. :35.
earvluep Xo. 7. iH lw
"N TIIE SUPREME COURT OF THE
. Hawaiian Islands.
Thomas II. I'attobon,
Tub Iiaiik JC.
Whereas, in certain proceedings In
Admiralty, brought by Thomas II. Pat.
tcrsou, against tlio "Burl; Kalakatia," a
decree and order of sale was Hiade by
the Hon. Edwatd Preston, JiMleo of the
Supremo Court, dated:
In pursuapeu of said decrco I tun
dlicctud and commanded by the said
Honorablo Edward Preston, Justice of
the Supreme Court, to sell .laid bark
Kalakaua, her boats, tackle, apparel and
furniture at public auction:
Tliorcforo, notif o fs hereby glvnn that
the .said lurk Kalakaua, hor' boats,
tackle, apparel and furniture will be
sold at public auction to tho highest
Saturday, April 9th, 1887,
where sho now btands at her moorings
In tliu stream in tho port of Honolulu.
TERMS CASH. Heeds at expenso of
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
Honolulu, March 23, 1887. t'Sttl
nnHE HAYI.OIt BROTHERS, JL B.
A ami William, havu lately rcrclvpd
a newly designed mid Improved hontu
clipping machine, and aro now prepared
to no cunning at tne ranimon biauics.
JOB PRINTING of all kind, ece.
culed ut tho Daily uj.lltin ouico
Marshars Notice of Sale
By order of Mr. M. ROSENTHAL,
wo will sell at Public Auction, at his
residence, corner of Lunalllo and Pen
sncola stnets. (premises lately occupied
by.Mr.J. T. Dure),
On Wednesday, March 30th,
At lOo'cluuk ii.in., hi Entire House-
hold Furniture, comprising
in pint, the
MOST ELEGANT AND VARIED
Assortment of Kensington Embroldcicd
nnd Hand Painted Ooodaever ollcrcd ul
Public Auction here, consisting of
2 EBONY TABLES !
Embroidered Garnet Salin Lambrequin,
Pluili Einln-il leml Table Scarf,.,
Euihtoldoml Japanese Wall Pocket,
Garnet Sitln Tidies.
Silk Embroidered Scarfs,
Beveled 3Mir ror !
1 Euibr'd Picture, Golden Pheasant,"
Hand Painted Plaques,
Embroidered Panel Picture,
Reviled Mirror, Hand Puluted Flowers
1 Fisler Uprilit Piano !
A new Instrument in line tone,
Upholstered l'lino Stool,
Embroidered Piano Cover,
CHERRY CENTER TABLE!
Marble Top Tables,
H. V. Wilting Desk,
Drawing Room Curtains,
Rugs, Decorated Lamps,
French Mantle Clock,
Black Walnut Bedroom Set!
OaK Bedroom Set,
Hair and Spring Maltiesses,
Black Walnut Wait! robe,
A Collection of NHvcrwnre, Cutlery,
DKCOltATEU C11IXA WAKE
Marble Top Sideboard.
B. W. Extension Tabic,
Kitchen Stove and Utensils, Eto.
ONE 2-SEAT FAMILY CARRIAGE
1 Set Siuglu Harness.
'flic above article aro all new and of
fer a line opportunity to procure Ele.
gant Household Goods.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
93 4t Auctioneers.
Auction Sale of Elegant
Household Furniture !
Hy mder of Mr. J. II. (UTLE, we
will sell at Public Auction at his resi
dence, corner of Kinau and Kapiulanl
streets, (on account of dcpaiture),
On Thursday, April 14, 1887,
At 10 o'clock, n, in., the entire House
hold Furniture, comprising in part.
SOFAS AND CHAIRS,
Upholstered Tin key Easy Chair,
1 Upriglit Stelnway Piano !
In good coii'lill )n,n line instrument,
1 Itli.XCK J'.SSOW TAtUiV,
Bronze Figures and Vases !
1 Largo PI lie Glass Minor,
1 Eniy S f.i (Uphulfiuml in Plin-h),
Drawing Iiooiii Cuiiitinh, Kngiavings
and Pietuies including
Othello, 3Iuelnleiie, winter IlolornHO,
Fine Koa Sideboard
1 Mahogany Bui can Bonk Case,
Rlack Walnut Writing Desk,
J$ W-Dining Chairs, (leather seats),
1 Japanese Screen,
I Ash Marblo Top Bedroom Set!
Spring and Hair Mattresses,
Statuette uinl Pedestal "Dico Thrower"
A Select Libraiy of Miscellaneous
1 "Undo Sam" Mango with Water
Rack Tank and Boiler, Kitchen
1 Carriage Horse !
Harno-H, Refrigerator, Meal Safe,
Garden Tools, etc., etc.
Tho Premises will bo open for inspec
tion on Wcdnodiiy, April lUtli, from 12
M. to 4 v, M, ' '
Ifl. P. ADAMS & CO.,
83 Iw cod Auctioneers.
I'lo Beaver Cip Dim!
EC. JT. NOIVTE
Has just received a largo and varied us
Cigars and Cigarettes
of tho lln-st quality. Sumo of tho
brands being entirely new ill this KlngT
dom. Together, with a line selection of
Meerschaum, Briar, Myall, Poroe
lain and other Pipes.
Toliuri'o I'oiii'Jicm, Mutch Hoch, CI.
KUi uuc Clcui'fttu IIoIiIcin or
now mill flrgniit DchIkiin,
CALL AND LOOK AT THE GOODS!
01 1 id
Billiard 1'able for alo!
1 Carom Table; slo, IJxUj
1 lNiol Tahlf; sin.-ljvl.
Both new and of tho Inst mala'. In.
qulro of J. P. HOWEX,
HI lw Keysiono Saloon, Fort St.
A WOMAN TO DO PLAIN SEW.
lug, Apply tn MRS. JACKSON,
at Itcformalory bchool. liOtf
Just Received at Hollister k Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUtfDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FAKINA GEKMAN COLOGNE, &c.
jI3i Sjile jM; Ieu-scmit.lt)re Prices.
W2 WHOLESALE AND RETABL.
Wo have received a fresh lino of
Crosso & Blackwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Gooda
Direct from England ex Britlm lurk Glengiber, comprising in part:
Bottles Mixed Pickles,
" Cham Cham,
" White Onions,
" Picseived West India Ginger,
" Spanish Olives,
Handsome Vases Moynl Table Siicc,
" " JolinJiull S-iuce,
Bottles Walnut Catsup,
" Greengages In byrup,
" Bed Currants lu Syrup,
" Candied Orange Peel,
" " Citron Peel,
" Pudding Raisins,
Mb tins Jordan Almonds,
" Filed Eels,
J-lb litis Fresh Cod Roes,
1 quart Bottles Salted l'lenlngs,
Eartlitu J.irs Anchovy Paste,
Bottles Cayenne Pepper,
Dottles White nnd lllaek Pepper.
" Xante Currants,
7-lb tins Scotchmeal,
Jars Tabic Salt,
S-Mb tins Gieen Pea Soup,
" Julionnu Soup,
" Mock Turtle Soup,
" Oxtail Soup,
' Giblet Soup,
" Mullafeatawny Soup,
Bottles India Curry Powdei,
Tins Madras " "
1 k 2-lb tins .limn and Jellies, us soiled,
Pat'j of all kinds,
Mb tins Carraway Seal.',
Ilnttlcs Toinalo Conserve,
Tnillled Pa(.e do t'oh Gm,
'litis Whole Boast Grouse,
" Sago and Onions,
" Halfoid's English Cun led Fowl,
" English Asparagus,
-lb tins Mince Meat,
2-lb this Spiced Beef,
Bottles Capers, 2 and -I oz,,
Mb this Carrots,
" Boiled Mutton,
" Stewed Kidneys,
Cocoa aud -Milk,
Symington's Pea Flour,
Ispiis li to J-lb Packages Cocoa,
Oukley Knlto Polish,
1-lb tins Flake 'L'apiocn,
Cokinaii'b Mustmd in tins and bottles,
Day & Martin's Shoo Paste,
Also just received ex S. S. Australia nnd Brlgnnliuc Consuelo, u compkto lino of
SXjVPJliJ AiSU JTA.TSCTC GUOCEKIES,
All which we offer at ienconable price5.
HctiMractloii Uaui-aiitecil, unil (jiioiIm ilcllvcred to nil iiurt of lloiiolnlti.
FRESH ICE HOUSE GOODS in Season, received by each trip of the
O. S. S. Co.'s Steamers by
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
npiIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAL
A klkl, at pi escnt occupied by G. P.
l'reeth. Apply tit ofllce of
FREET11 & PEACOOK,
1012 tf 23 Nuuatiu street,
For Sale or Lease.
rpiIOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
JL Punabou Street called "Kaminilo.
hia," thu pioperty of 0. II. Judd, are for
bale or for lease for a term of years.
For particular Inquire of
ALEX. J. OA11TWMIGHT.
Honolulu. Pec. 13, IbSf. ' ' 1C08
ONE TRAM CAM AND COO FEET
of T Ralls, six pounds to Ihe foot,
wi'h bolts and fish-plates complete.
Suitable for Warehouse or Plantation.
'" Apply to HOLLISTER & CO.
ONE LARGE LOT, corner Pcnsacola
and Lunalllo tits., which can bo
divided into two or more building lots.
Enqulioof G. WEST,
J5!J 1 Of West, Dow & Co.
PLEASANT FitONT BOOM,
nowlv fiimlnheil, at IPi'i Nniiamt
Avenue, by tho week or mouth,
10 4w MRS. W. G. NEEDHAM.
TIIE STORE LATELY OCCUPIED
by THOS. MOSSMAN, corner of
King nnd Niiunmi streets, is to let A p.
ply to Messrs. ALLEN & ROBINSON.
' " pjSw
rruiE well known Oltl Corner
X rii-iiilHL'H. Apply at tho B HA
VER SALOON 1PI7 tf
T F YOU WANT A SITUATION
X udvertltc lu tlio Daily Buu.uiin. t '
P. 0. Bos 2U7.
Bo'.tles SklnneiV .Mniigo Rellih,
" loiur Red Chillies,
" Mavoiiniiiio Since,
" Cillsfcot Jelly,
" French Oliver
Handsoiuu Vese- Ohini Soy,
'' " Sobo Sauce,
Bottles Mu-luoom Ousup,
" Cherries in Syrup,
ii 1C1M " "
" Rlack Currants In Svrup,
" Candled Lemon Peel,
" Crystnlllzi'tl Frult,
" TurLoy Piu",
1-lb tins Curiicd irolutrrs,
" Stewed Eil,
lb tins Fillets of Soles,
Earthen Jan l'loater lVto,
Siniill JaisCapt. While's Mullagatawny
Bottle. Ground Spicci,
Pint Bottles Malt Vinegar,
21hB ttUHFiench Piuius,
Vim Hot lu Mo'itserrat Lime Juice,
2-lii tin Graxy Sou ,
" Cro sy Soup,
" Pnleitinc Soup,
" Iliuo Soup.
" Ox Cheek Soup,
" llotchi oti'h Soup,
" Vi'iii-on Soup,
Tins Oxford S i-isage,
Bottlei, Pickled Bed Cabbage,
1'ollarnl U Tongues,
Boitloi Ln & Pot rill's Genuine Worccs.
Dottles Rungal ( lull Chutney,
Tins Whole Ro.tbt Pnnrldgoj,
" " ' Pheasants,
" I'rerctvtd Jlushrooins,
" Reef Jlitniiiv Fat,
li-Ui tins Arn wtOot,
'1 ins Meal Yarmouth illoatcis,
' Ficnch Mushrooms,
Phllllpe & Can mil's Petit Pols,
Mb tins Parsnip, 1 lb this Turclps,
' Fio-.li I'rlpe,
' Alamodo Ucef,
" Boilfd Mutt m,
" Ilnrio it Million,
" C.df he-id, ditto ItoriHt Mutton,
" Bob dlieef;" Roiled "
Cocoa and milk, Chocolate aud Milk,
lis I'IK'O Coffer, 1'a int Gio.us,
Van Ilouton'.s Cocoa, . it-lh tins,
4 & V- "' ''"" Ooeoiitinn,
Mb tins Pearl Sane,
" Ground Rice,
" Cimlnidge Siilsa-;oi,f
Day & -Martin's Liquid .Shqo Rlacking,
FOP SALE AT AUCTION!
By order of MR. O. DUVAL, we will
sell at Public Auction,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our SnlrMOoin, Queen Street, tliut
desirable premises on
nl present occupied as a rcidenco by
'I'lio Lot lias a fro'ntuh-u of 110 feet on
Lunalllo Stieet, and a di-pth of i"iO feet,
and Is well i-oveiul with gins. Water
laid on throughout the premltos.
There U an tho premises,
Well and substantially built, with Bay
' Window fronting tlio itrcet.
Tlio lioiino contains a spaclou, Parlor,
Dining Room and Bedroom on tlio
lower lloor, Also, Largo Kitchen, Pan
try and Bath Boom. On thoiuiperlloor
aro ii Bedrooms, each furnished with
Clothes Uloseti. Thero Is nluo a largo
Carriage House and Slablo on tho Lot
'I'liis is imp of ho most delrnblo resl
ileneo oftered for' feiijo. Tio ground
having a na(ui-.il sloi o qusm'fi's pfifepl
Pi-.iiuagc, apd copimaiids mi excellent
y fnii Diai)oud Dead to tho )Vul
e2?"Partles wishing o ipspept Rio
premises can do so by application to tlio
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
7d Id Auctioneers
A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Untiroly Now in this Market.
Bull Tel. 1'i!.
Mutual Tel. 1)72.
O. Uox 107.
Campbell Block, Merchant fit..
leal Estate Apnts, Etc,
Oiler the following:
Wantoil lo Piirchaso or Loaso. A Colliige,
0 or 0 looms, In some healthy locn'l y,
within easy dislam oof t iwn. Near
Emma Street picrcrrcd.
To Rcnl.-A Cottage on Llllba St., with
balcony up Mui.f, -1 hioiiih.
To Rent A doom Cottage, outer Lllllin
mid Sihool bts.l In cxcilluil oidtri
good 1 utility; Rent QUO month.
To Rcnt-Stnill Colingjon Llllhn slivet,
near Sehool tt; nn. !t'J.
Rooms to Rent. 1 our wry hnnd-oincly
luiuidi.iil moms in laig'o home; well
situated on luutinu Avenue. Rent
$15 it month eitcli,
To Lot. Tho housu nnd grounds shunted
in Nuti.itiu Awnm iceeiiily occupied
by A.J. (..niiwiiht, Jr., Ett.
To Let. A doomed Cottage, with Car.
liige Housu nil. I Outhouse, Niiminti
Avoiiue, ncii- Govuruinsnt re-ervoir,
above Lite Qift-n Dowager Emma's
place, with idiout 2 acres of land 2'.f
mile from town. Kent $11! per month.
fo Let. Adeemed CVttnge, wllh kitchen
atlnclied; uppot end of Nliuanit
Aenue, oppo-ltu "Valley lloinu," in
cxcrlliMit older, l'alli tuid water con.
oul nres. Rent (ilf.
To Let. Shop whitlow i itli -pice behind,
lu oi.icis i cc'iplcd by J. 11. tlrown it
Co. Sullahlo ltr J.-welci's chop or
Notary's olllto. Rent e y modeiatc.
House and Lot lor Sale Very desirable
lcsldcncc on Ilcletniiia Sticcl. 'Ihe
h UI--C rontalns i RedrooiiH, Parlor,
Dluing-ioom, l'.inli;, ICilcheu aud
tin hioom. Mo-iiulto ptuol. Homo
new a ttl well built.
Lot Kit) by IfiO feet with m-ivileiro cf
buying next lot. Will be sold dial.
For Sato or Ront A oh inning n-sidenne
on Kiiinu stieet, containing 2 bed.
rooiiH, parlor, dining loom, kltclii u
bulb, Ac. Qmden It out nndbaek;
carriage house, stal les and so'nniit's
Lease lor Salo Tho ltato of propertv,
No. Ill Piiiichb iwl street, having 17
months to iun.nl :-.0 pi-r mouth, i.h for
salcelieip Tho liouse contiins five
l'rotiii. Theio is a t iciousjnrd, cui
riago lionsj and statdes.
For Salo or Lcaso -Willi immcilinlo pos
ses ion, liiiw vaUia'de cstaie known as
the m;uanu vlley ranch.
situnxtl in tlio Ntiuin u Valley. 2
miles I lorn tliu city, ami undoubtedly
the nio-t ellgiblo'sllo for a milk or
milk aud buttei tlaiiy lu tliisKiugdom
'I ho above splendid piojuny maybe
liiitl on eay terms.
For Lcaso 1 ho rc.-idenoc and pasturo
lauds at I'auo.i Vnlliy, occiipie-d liy
Mrs Long. A iplendiii projieity.
Wantoil to Rent. A Cottage, containing
lour or IJvo looms. Must hu in good
hvaiiy, mil within lui or fifieeii
miuuiui' walk of Post Ofllce.
For Sale I Open Sid B i- Uuggy, cltcap.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Square Piano, 7 Oc
laves in good trde-r.
1 Upright Pi.uio, 7 Culavcs, in good
Wanlod. A itsectiillu woman o assist
nt rowing in a private family.
Wanted It -pca'ai In youth to assist in a
Im-ioci-s tstthliHhiiicul lu thu city,
nnd in.k- liiinselt generally useful;
would r.tlile with tliefiinily; wages,
with bnirtl ami le.dug, $l.'i a mouth
Wanted. A lerptut ill o Englhli or Ge-r
man Gill lo aisi in a small (molly
Wanted Hj atompe'cnt Enyineo , iiold.
ing llis'-cl.i's ce-riitlcntc, niitl higblj
iet:i miiiendtil, situation at sen or on
Situation Wanted By a rit'mblo limn,
thoioi'gby uiidi'itauds tho care ol
botes Good driver, If leqiilicd;
married; wi-e good housekeeper nnd
Situation Wanted By a stta-ly man, as
cnai-iumiii, or charge of rtables; higii
ly recommended. Well acquainted
Situation Wanted By steady man; mm.
ried. I iiilcrsuinlls the care of slock;
Good driver. Wile goi d scimstrcs.-.
Situation Wanted By an t. erienced
hiirnei-miiker not pirticular as to
en ploynieiit; wa's not so much an
object us a pcrmanrui jiosiiion.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Mei chant Suect.
The Ii-jading Millinery House.
Wo have fills tiny received by tliu S. S.
Australia, file finest lint of
over shown in ibis el y. They are
nil Coitus and the very
A Conudoto lino of
lu Vt'liitu nuil Jtlsick. All
lieLtit'it oeties in
Wings and Hat Trimmings I
which will bo on Exhibition on
vim w i
The Iisndinj Milliu jy House.
J1)BJ. VmiW & H(TIiI H'l'H.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X iiihuriUu in the Daily Bumutin,
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Hell Tclenliniio IH.
. . IlOX II.-!.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
HEAL ESTATE BROKER,
JiooItN v.rlttcti tij,, ArcotmtH nml
Employineiit nnd Shipping Aseucy.
Ltbor Conlrael Blanks and lte'venuo
Stamps iilay oti hnnd. Copvlng nnd
traiislatliig In nil languages tist'd In tills
Kingdom. Oitiirj from tlio oilier If.
lands will leeelvo piompt nttcntlon.
Wanlod An tictlvc, willing lid of 15 lo
IS unis of age, can llnd a homo wi h
fiir wiige-. itml tin oppiirtunity of
If. r lug a goo 1 ir.ulf. iliifiruiio as
to flmuitj.tr and niilo -cdt'tit will In
Wanlrtl-A Situation By a Sitg.ii 'Roller
of llvojcirs' f.pirlenco In thin coun
try. Best of rclirences if iiqtilud.
Wanlod-Siluallon. By nn old Holdout
who Is familiar with Iho Hawaiian '
lingiinge. Also, understands plum,
lion work. Will ketp books and at.
let tl to tlio general details of bu-dness.
Employment In tliu city preftrrttl
Wanlod Situations. Ry thrcu llnU-luts
iltok-ketpcM niitl olllt-t1 men wlm ran
give the best of referenda. Will not
object lo employment lu tlieb capacity
Wanlcd-Sltualion. As n Luna on a plan,
tat Ion hy n man who has hud several
yoats experience lu this country in
Wanted Employment hv
ste dy, hcifctlcls who will
SelVCh UiCflll III lakitlir Cll-l- nf ilnnr
yards a tl gnvdens, and in other light
work liqulted by piivalo family.
Wanted. A Situation 'Jy n compelcnt
praclic il Engineer, who has had in my
yearn' e.vpe-tlci.ce, ami can glvo the
bcit of riferencts. Employment on a
Also, by n flist.cl.iss llorseslioer; would
liku a jub on n plantation where ho
could do geneial repair work.
To Lot-One Cottage sullnblo for n small
family. Conveniently located within.
Yi n mile of tho Post Office.
To Let Ono Cottigo near tho above,
meiillciieil. Large ynttl nnd stable
accommodations for several horses.
To Lot A Collage suitable for small
family, conviiiii'iitly situated in Ku.
walalno; litis a bathroom anil kitchen
nitueheil and partly fuinlshcd. Mod.
crate lent. A rare clinni-c.
Wanted. A Cottage wi'liin five liilniiie'
walk of tho Post Ofllue, Suitably ap.
pointid for tlio nccommodhtlon of a
For Lease Cottigo suitable for a small
family, fl rooms; kitchen attached.
Siable iit-cominnilntiniiH If desired. A
beaulilul location nbout three miles
.up the vulley toad.
For Lease Cottage siti'ublo for small
r.imilv, -t looms; and cno nttnclietl
with 2 loom-. Caniagcslied. About
2).j miles up Ihu laliey loud. "
Tboso cottages iillord rare opportunl
tics to inviilltN mid olliu-s who t!esire"to
enjoy the benelll of ihe- pure mountain
nir nml climnU; of Nnu-inu Valley, at a
mndoriitu (iluvatioti; and, in fact, would
piove a peiftct snniiaiium within easy
reach of the busiiiOis jiarl of town.
For Lease 10 A-res of Land, 2J. miles
from Mossmaii'i, corner lfl acres of
which Is suitable for either Bice or
Tnio, and lias bpcn under cultivation
for the lii't u years. All buildings
necess.uy for n tirM-elass littlo ranch
now on the premise .
For Sale 2 acics or Choice Taro Laud,
situate noir the Insiino Asjluni.
Valuablo Proporlics lor Sale ' Acres of
Laud, spbiididly situated in Maklki
1 Aero in Mnkikl, on Berctnula street,
lino biiilaiug tile.
IJa Acre w 1th -l-ronm Cottage, on Llllba
ttreel, A rare chance.
Pull particulars given upon npplica
No. 38 Morchant Slrocl, Honolulu,
occupied by Messrs.
Ofllce in Campbell's Rlooli, Cot. Foit &
Merchant S'.'., Honolulu, H. I.
Z3t When desire tl, will uivo tlio law in
a wriitsn opinion, as to the prolnblo re
suit of the contention upon tho facts
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE ON BERE-
lanii Stieet, adjoining tho
rt'sldcnt-o of Mrs. Mm-,,,..,
Gottugu contains r. rooms with kilclien.
Etc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS & CO.
$00,000 TO LOAN
rjMIE undersigned liavo Sixty Tliotis
X aipl Doilais ip lo in, in sums of not
less than ono (liousai.d dollars upon
SMITH, THURSfON & KINNEY,
"i'l'tf liO Pou Street, Honolulu.-
J ISS CLARKE, who has hul many
LTX yenis fAiieilt nee lu J)ivs & Cloak
M king, lias OPENED A-DRESSMAK".
INO ESTAULISIlMETut 1Q1 Ahiltca
siret-t, 153.J '
ATRS. RODANET, the well-known
ItX ilie-sinake-r, leoently returned
iroiu Piu-Iu, has her drcg-making moms
still on Lmina siiei-l, above tlio unmre.
at- Tho SCHOONER ,TOSEHt
3&l IXEIsnow in llist-nlnss or.
U&ten tier. She will make two
52j trips a week to Kwu, under
Captain Cook, tin i, iug freight nnd pas.
bcugers. I'.iitlevlslilngto intikn
o 10XOU JLJ, S I O f S o
to Pcfiil River, Coco Head nnd other
llliris of Ofthu may ehnyter.iiiii, schooner
byiijplylmrto V CQ0J, '
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