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J. II. Soi'Eit, :
A. M. Hewett, :
J. Vf. IIixolet, :
J. Sims, : : : :
: Merchant Street,
Fledged to neithor Bad cor Party.
Bat establlshoJ for tho benefit of all,
SATURDAY, MAK. 20. 1887.
Dogs arc useful uuimals, ami they
arc also useless animals. That is
to say, some dogs arc useful, ami
some are useless. Even worse than
that: somo of the latter class arc a
positive nuisance. A good watch
dog, or good cattle or sheep dog, is
ometimes worth his weight in gold.
A dog that understands how to save
humau life from drowning, and is
on the alert to exercise his skill in
that direction, is a rnlunblo animal.
A dog, too, that is fond of children,
and serves to amuse and please
them, may be said to fulfil a useful
purpose in tho world. But the
greater part of the dog family as
represented in this city, belongs to
neither of these classes, nor to any
other class which serves any useful
end whatsoever. They arc mostly
of tho lower order, and live merely
by the grace of a good-natured and
tolerant community. And they arc
uncommonly numerous, loo. If
their owners are conscientious in
the regular payment of the taxes
imposed on them by law, they must
be an important bouree of revenue
to the .Government, and a heavy
pecuniary buideii to their masters.
But tho probability is that they arc
instructed not to rcpoit themselves
while the tax assessor is making up
his list. A high percentage of these
useless creatures are visibly dis
eased, ara loathsome objects to
look upon, and arc liable to transmit
their malady to the useful class of
their species ami perhaps to human
beings. A iuillcient nrgttment for
their extermination. A still higher
percentage render themselves ob
noxious by their balking and yelp
ing proclivity. If they had tho
good sense to limit the exeseisc of
this inborn propensity to tho day
time, less hard feeling would be
harbored ugainst them. No, that
is the tuno they spend in quiet
s'ccp, behaving themselves like
christians. Nor would it be so bad
we early noura of the evening
wero set apart for their amusement
in this way, with silence to follow,
say, after 10 o'clock. But there
seems to be no disposition whatever
on their part to listen to any sug
gestion or enter into any arrange
ment of this kind. About when
decent pcoplo retiro to bed for rest
and sleep, then the barking concert
begins, which is kept up without
intermission until tho break of day
next morning. To people of robust
health, clear consciences, and easy
minds, who sleep easily and soundly,
it matters littlo. Thunders may
roar, babies may cry, and dogs may
bark, they can sleep till daylight all
the same, and a littlo after. This I
Is about our measure. Kvorvbodv
Is not so fortunate. Some pcoplo
have troublesome stomachs and weak
nerves, and most pcoplo become a
little sick at times. To them
"balmy sleep" does not come so
easily, and when it does come, Hits
lightly on the eyelids, and lakes
lllght at every movement and noise.
How annoying to them is the per
petual barking of dogs. AVc feel
for these people, and on their ac
count curse the yelping curs. If
others felt tho same, they would
not keep the obnoxious creatures,
to be an annoyance to their
In most patts of the world, a pub
lic hospital is usually regarded as a
charity institution, a place for tho
sick poor, but not the proper place
for invalids with money and means.
Not so in Hawaii nci and its capital
city, Honolulu. No social stigma
attaches to a man who becomes, or
has been, an inmnto of our only
general hospital, the Queen's Hospi
tal. Iti fact, it is generally con
sidered the proper place for any man
who is seriously ill, and has not a
regular home residence of his own,
whatever may be his social standing
and however large and full his purse ;
because there he will have regular
medical and other necessary attend
ance, wholesome food, and good
general care, which, unless ho be
the fortunate husband of a devoted
wife, he can scarcely procure for
love or money elsewhere in Hono
lulu. Recognition and realization of
this fact, induce maiy, during the
course of a year, to make a home of
the Queen's Hospital, when stricken
by tho hand of allliction, who would
never think of becoming inmates of
public hospitals in other parts of the
world. And seldom have we heard
a word of complaint from those who
have unfortunately been in si condi
tion of health which has ncccisitated
their availing themselves of the
benolits of tho Queen's Hospital.
On the other hand, the praises of
the institution have often been sung
in our cms by those who have had
experience within its gates and doors.
It is undoubtedly one of the best
appointcd,best regulated, best man
aged institutions, and most com
pletely and satisfactorily serves the
object of its existence, public or
private, that the country has. We
may well be proud of the Queen's
Hospital. It has been a grateful
as well as hospitable home to many
a poor sufferer. Not least among
its distinguishing features are its
beautiful, picturesque, and well-kept
grounds, with their quiet walks,
stately shade and ornamental trees,
and grassy lawns, where convales
cents may stroll at will, gaze upon
nature's beauties, and inhale her
sweet perfumes and pure air.
An Anglo-Australian society of
artists has been formed in London,
with the avowed missionary object of
co-operating with the colonists in
holding exhibitions in the leading
cities of Australia for the advance
ment of the interests of art, for art's
i-piIK MANAGERS OFTHE UNITED
X Carriage- Co., wish to notify their
patrons that Geoi go Wilson no 'longer
drives for tho above Company.
UNITED CARRIAGE CO.
Ofllce and Stand: Corner of King and
FortStieets. 01 lw
MAKE FOB SALE.
.-$p A MAKE, BROKEN TO
Harness, quiet ana; gen.
tie, (i yeais old, sired by
Irvin Davis. A leason
able nrlcu tuked. An.
plr to .1. W. MAC DONALD, Shoeing
Shop, Fort street. 0-1 lw
Mortgagee's Notice of In
tention to Foreclose.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
in necoidtneu wifh n power of sale
contained in a certain mortgage) deed,
dated tho 18lh dny oi'Miucli, 1680, iniidc
byAlo, of Honolulu, In thu Island of
Oahu toSlmr Yoik, of tho Mine pluce,
and recorded In the ofllco of thu Regis
trar of Conveyances in Liber 100 on
pages 137 and 188, and fornbicaoh of
condition? in said mortgage contained,
to.wlt: the non-payment iheionf. All
anil hiuuulir thu nremUcn described In
tuld mortgage deed will after tho time
limitid by law bo sold at public auction
Tho property to bo eold under tho said
power of salo Is all of the right, title
and Interest of thu mid Alo in mid to a
certain huso of land (.limited at Kiiulu,
Nuuanu, Honolulu, inadu by J. K.
Kaunamano to said Alo, and lecorded
in Oilier UJ on pages 2116-0.7. Full pur.
ticuUrs may bo had of Joua. Austin, nt
14 Kaahumanu street.
Hy his Attorney, Jona. Austin.
Honolulu, March 2:1, 1687. J 1 ill b
Balls, Parties, Soirees, Etc-
I? HORN hogs to Inform hi mi.
. inuious friends, that ha will
lesuino tho catering for halls, parties,
soirees, etc. His long experience in this
lino enables him to beat all competitors,
Full particulars on Monday. 01 It
JOB PRINTING of nil kind, c.xu
cuted tit thu Daily IIullktih Ofllc
By order of Mr. M. ROSENTHAL,
we will sell nt Public Auction, at his
residence, corner of Luimlllo mid Pen
sneola streets, (premises lately occupied
by Mr. J. T.Dare),
On Wednesday, March 30th,
At'lOo'clock a.m., liia Entire House.
hold Furniture, comprising
in pait, thu
MOST ELEGANT AND VARIED
Assortment of Kensington Embroldcied
and Hand Fainted Goods ever ollcred at
Public Auction licic, consisting of
2 EBONY TABLES !
Embroidered Garnet Satin Lambrequin,
Phuh ImihroMcicd Table Scarf,
Kmhioldcrcd Japanese Wall Pocket,
Garnet Satin Tidies,
Silk Embroidered Scarfs,
1 Embr'd Picture, ''Golden Pheasant,"
Hand Fainted Plaques,
Embroldcied Panel I'lctuic,
lloml l'tilnlFil Shell Plrluics,
Beveled Mirror, Hand I'aluted Flowers
1 Mir Wi Piano !
A new instrument in tine tone,
Uphohtored l'iino Stool,
Embroidered Piano Cover,
CHERRY CENTER TABLE!
Marble Top Tables,
II. W. Wilting Desk,
Drawing Itoom Curlnlns,
Hues, Decorated Limps,
French Mantle Clock,
Black Walnut Bedrootn Set!
Onit IU'droom Set,
Hair and Spring Mattresses,
Black Walnut Wardrobe,
A Collection of Nllvprm-nri. Cutlery,
EC01tATlU OI1IXA WAKE
Marble Top Sideboard.
II. W. Extension Table,
Kitohon Stovo and Utensils, Etc.
ONE 2-SEAT FAMILY CARRIAGE
1 Set Single Harness
The above aiticlo are nil new and of
fer a Hue opportunity to procure Ele
g.int Household Goods.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
93 -it Auctioneers.
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
Hy order of MR. O. DUVAL, we will
sell nt Public Auction,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our Salesroom, Queen Street, that
desirable premises on
at present occupied as a residence by
The Lot has a frontngo of HO feet on
Luimlllo Stieet, and n depth of Hit) feet,
and is well coeiil with gins-". Water
laid on throughout the promise''.
Theru Is an the premise',
A 2-Story Dwelling; House
Well and substintially built, with Hay
Window flouting tho street.
The house contains a spacious 1'arlor,
Dining Itoom and Itedroom on the
lower tloor. Alo, Large Kitchen, Pan
try and Rath Room. On the upper tloor
tuo a Uedrooins, each furiiMied with
Clothes Closets. There K alio a largo
Carriage Houso and Stable on tho Lot
This is ono of tho most desirable resi
dence offeied for sale. The ground
having a natural slo; o ensures perfect
Drainage, and commands an excellent
view from Diamond Dead to the Wui
EsTTarties wishing to inspect tho
premises can do so by application to tho
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
73 td Auctioneers
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST
competent drivers, having with,
ill awn fiom iho United Carriage Co,
can now be found nt the stand, corner
of Fort and Merchant Streets.
i:ntli Telephone,, Xo. :t:i.v
Cni-rliitfc Xi. 7. lij lw
The Beaver Cigar lira!
JBL. JT. NOLTE,
IIa Just received a largo and varied as
Cigars and Cigarettes
of the ilii"st quality. Sonic of the
brands being eniirelv nejv in this King
dom. Together, with a lino selection of
Meersohaum, Briar, Myall, Poroe
lain and other Pipes.
Tolinrro I'oikIicn, Mnteli lloxeH, CI-
Kill- uiir. Ulcni'ottc Ilolitei-H or
now unit elegant IIi-hIsiih.
CALL AND LOOK AT THE GOODS!
Billiard Tables for Salol
1 Carom Tublu; tlzo, -1'xO;
1 Pool Tabic; size, IJrfx'.
Both now and of tho best make. In.
qui io of
J. P. I10WEN,
Keysiono Saloon, Fort St.
A WOMAN TO DO PLAIN SKW.
ill itofSLiiyKM JA0KuufKj I
Just Received at
A large assortment of
COLGATE & CO.,
EASTMAN'S ALOIIA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FAlttNA GERMAN" COLOGNE, &c.
IPor &nle sit 3R.eiusoiJtille Xrice.
We have received a fresh Hnu of
Crosse & Blackwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods
Dliect from Englaud'cx UritUli lurk Gleng.ibcr, comprising In pnit:
Bottles Mixed Pickles,
" Cham Cham,
" White Onions,
" Pie-sei veil West I mil i Ginger,
" Spanish Olives,
Handsome Vases Itoyal Table S nice,
" " John Dull S nice,
Dottles Walnut Cat,up,
" Greengages in Syrup,
" Itcd Currants in Syiup,
" Candied Orange Peel,
" Clliou Peel, '
" Pudding Uaislns,
Mb tins Jordan Almonds,
" Filed Eels,
i-lh tins Fresh Cod Hoc-',
1 quart Hollies Salted 1'lerilugs,
Earthen J.irs Anchovy Paste,
Jiottles Ciyenue Popper,
Bottles Whito and Uluek Peppir,
" Zaiito Currants,
7.1b tins Scotcluneal,
.Jars Table Salt,
2-lb litis Green Pea Soup,
" Julienne !Soup,
" Much Tin tie Soup,
" Oxtail Soup,
' Giblct Soup,
" Mullagatawny Soup,
Hollies India Curry Powder,
Tins Madras " "
1 & 2-lb tins Jams and Jellies, assorted,
Patm of all kinds,
Lib tins Cnriaway Seeds,
Hottles Tomato Conserve,
Truflled Pate do fois Gnw,
Tins Whole Roast Grouse,
" Sage and Onions,
" Hulfoid's English Curiled Fowl,
" English Asparagus,
Mb tlus Milieu Meat,
2-lb tins Spiced Reef,
Bottles Capeis, 2 and -1 oz.,
Mb this Carrots,
" Irish Stew,
" Boiled Mutton,
Coco. i and Milk,
Symington's Pea Flour,
Epps i.f to Jf lb Packages Cocoa,
Oakley Knlle Polish,
Mb tins Flake Tapioca,
Coleman's Muslim! in tins and bottle,
Day & Martin's Shou Paste,
Also just received ex S. S. Australia and
All which we oiler at icafonublo prices.
HntlHftictlon niirnntei-il, mid Unoilu (lellveieil to nil iinrlH or Honolulu.
FKE3H ICE HOUSE GOODS in Season, received "hy each trip of tho
O. S. S. Co.'s Steamers by
Marshal's Notice of- Sale.
IN THE SUP HEM E COURT OF THE
TllOSfAH II. PATriUIEON,
Tin: Bauk Kai.akaua.
Whereas, in ceilain tirocccdlngs In
Admiralty, brought by ThomiiH II. Pat.
tcrson, ngalnst tho "Bark Kulakaua," a
decree nnd older of bulu was made by
tho Hon. Edward Preston, Justice of tho
Supreme Court, dated:
In pursuance of said dccieo I am
diiected and commanded by the said
Honorable Edward Preston, Justice of
the Supieimi Couit, to sell :aid bail;
Kiihikaua, her boats, tackle, uppard anil
furniture at public unction:
Thoieforo, notleo Is hereby given that
tho said birk Kulakaua, bur boats,
tackle, npparel and furniture will bo
sold nt pirbllo auction to tho highest
Saturday, April 9th, 1887,
wllCl'ii aliu 110W btaudH lit her innoilnira
In Iho stream in iho port of Honolulu.
THUMB CASH. Heeds at expense of
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
Honolulu, March 2!), 1887. ii2t.l
rpiIE BAYLOR BKOTHEHS, II. B.
J- ami WilJIiun, havo lately leccivcd
a newly designed nnd improved horse
clipping machine, and tuo now propured
to do clipping at the Pauthion Slubles
. 02 1 w
A Now Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entiroly Nwyin this Market.
Hollister h Co.'s
well - known brands of
r. O. llox 207.
Boitles Skinner'-. Mnng Belldi,
" long Hid Chillies,
' Mayonnaise Since,
" Callsfcol Jelly,
" French Ollvei,
Iliindsomo Viiso Chlni Siy,
" Soho Sauce,
Bottles Mu.-luoom Cnsup,
" Cherries In Syrup,
" Penis "
" Black Currants In Svrup,
" Candled Lemon Pee),
" Crystallized Fruiti,
" Tin Key Fig,
Mb tins Curiled l.objters,
" Slewed Eel--,
Mlb I ins Fillets of Soles.
.burthen Jar Ploaler Paste,
Small Jars Cape. While's Mulligatawny
Bottle Ground Splec-i,
Pint Botilcs Malt Vinegar,
21bB ttlo Ficnch Piuius,
Pint Ilonla Monlscrrnt Lime Juice,
2-lb tin Gravy Sou ',
" Ciosy Soup,
" Palestine Soup,
" Hare Soup.
" Ox Cheek Simp,
" Hotchpotch Soup,
" -Veni-uli Soup,
Tins Oxfoid S'l'isngo,
Bottle Pickled Red Cabbage,
Collared 0 Tongues,
Boitles Lea it Peirln's Genulno Worccs-
Boitles Bengal ( lub Chutney,
" French Trulllcs,
Tins Whole Roast Partridge,
" " " Pheasants,
" Preserved Mushrooms,
" licet Marrow Fat,
Jij-lb tins Arrowroot,
'1ms Uenl Yarmouth Blontcit,
' French Mushrooms,
Phllllpe & Canaud's Petit Pols,
1.1b tins Parsnips, Mb tins Turnips,
" Fie-h Tripe,
' Ahimndo Beef,
" Boiled Mutt-in,
" lliirloit Mutton,
" Calf bend, dilio RonM Mutton,
" Binlnl Beef; " Boiled '
Cocoa and milk, Chocolate and Milk,
Es-cnce Coll'ee, Pa t nt. Gloats,
Van Houiou's Cocoa, . ii J-lb tins,
. ii y, lb tins Cocoalina,
Mb tins Peail Sago,
" Ground ltiee,
" Cambridge Sjiisium)',
Day it Martin's Liquid Shoo Blacking,
Brigantlne Consuelo, a complete line of
FOR LEASE OK SALE.
rpilIE HOUSE AND LOP AT WAL
JL klki, atpiesent occupleit by G. D.
Frcetli. Apply at olllce of
FKKET11 it PEACOCK,
1512 If 23 Nuuanu street.
For Sale or Lease.
rpiIOSl-: PRKMISES SITUATKD ON
X Puiiahou Street called "Kimnnlln.
Ida," the piopeity of C. II Judil, me for
sulu or for lease lor u term of yeais.
, For paitlculars inquire of
ALEX, J. CARTWKIGHT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, l!:b0. lf.08
ONE 'Pit AM CAR AND !.00 FEET
ot'T Hulls, six pounds to iho loot,
wiih bolts and flsh-plales complete.
Suitnlilu for Waichonse or Planlailon.
Apply to HOLLISTER it CO.
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHGE LOT. corner Peusanola
and luualllo Sts., which (-an bo
divldeii into two or luuru building lols.
Euquiioot G. WKS'l,
1051 Or West, Dow fc Co.
A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM,
newly furnished, at 105 Xiuinnu
Avenue, by tho week or month.
CCUw MltS. W. G. NEEDIIAM.
rFIIE STORK LATELY OCCUPIED
X byTIIOS. MOSS.MAN, corner of
ICIncr nml Nuiinim stieuls, N to let Ap
ply In Mfs-sis. ALLEN it ROBINSON.
rPIlE well known Old Cornei'
J- IVi'iiiisi.'H. Annlv at the 11 KA.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X uitycilUo In tho Daily Bvlluin.
Mutual Tel. y72.
U. Box 107.
Campbell Block, Merchant St..
Real Estate Agents, Etc.,
Offer the f liowini::
Olfico lo Lot. Private olllce, handsomely
lilted, wilier convenience'', etc. Pai't
of J. E. Brown it Co.V piomlso, Mer.
cliiuit Street; wlllidesk room oulsldu
for a cleik, Suitable for a notary or
n lawyer Rent, with olllce furniture,
$1'.' per month.
Warded lo Purchaso or Lease A Cottage,
0 or (1 looms, in some healthy loc.i'liy,
within easy dlMnuee of t nvn. Near
Emma Street pieicrrcd.
To Rcnt.-A C.'tlngj on Llllha St., with
balcony up slalis, -I hkiiiih.
To Rent A 5-roOin Collage, corner LIlllui
and School sts.l in excdlent older;
good 1 callty; Rent 6-'0 mouth.
To Mont Sin ill Collage on Llllha Mroet,
near School st ; rem 12.
Rooms to Rent. lour cry luiud'omclv
Intnl. lad looms in liu-go house; well
Mtu.ituil on Nuuanu Avenue. Rent
$15 a month each.
To Lol. The house and grounds sllunt'd
In Nuuanu Avenue, icceiiily occupied
by A.J. (,'nriwiic.ht, Jr., Esq.
To Let. A G.roonied Cottage, with Car.
liigo House and OuIIioiim-, Nuiiatiu
Avenue, neir ttoreinmeut re-erM)lr,
above lite Qiu-en Dowager Eiuina's
plai'e, with i. bout 2 acres of laud 2J.f
mile fiom town. Kent lljiermouib.
To Let. A fi-mumcdCeitiago, with kitchen
ailnchcd; upper end of Nuuanu
Anciiic, oppoili! "Valley Home," In
esci-llent older. Path and water con.
uni nces. Rent S1H.
To Let. Shop w inelow w ith pice behind,
in ollice-u ccciiplcd by J. K. Urown it
Co. Siillnblu hr Juwclei's fhnp or
Notary's, ofilt'o. Rent ciy moderate.
Houso ami Lol lor Sale. Very deMratilo
lesideucc on Beieluuhi Strccl. 'Ihu
hnii-o coritnlns -1 Redruoins, Pallor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
liaihroom. Mosquito pioof. House
new and well built.
Lot 10(1 by 150 feet villi tulvllcgo of
buylni; next lot. Will lie sold cu-a.
For Sale or Rent A charming residence
ou Kiuau sttect, containing 2 bed.
iiiMiis, parlor, dining loom, kitchen,
bath, Ac. Garden fnnt and back;
mi rhi go houe, statics and servant's
Leaso lor Sale Thu leaso of projiertv,
No. Ill Piiuchbuwl stieet, having 17
moii'Iis lo inn, nt 10 per month, is for
sale clieip. The houtse contilus llvu
r oiih. Theru is a tp iclous j ard, car
I'i.ige house and stables.
For Salo or Lease -With immediate pos.
ti'i-ioii, thai valuable estate known ns
tho NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
situniid in iho Nituanu Valley. 2Jj
miles Irom ihe city, and undoubtedly
Iho incHt ellgible'silu for a milk or
milk ui.d butler dairy In this Kingdom.
'I he nliovu splei.did pioperiy may bo
bud on easy tetms.
For Loaco the le-ideuco and pasture
lauds at Putio.i Yalliy, occupied by
Mrs Long. A splendid piopeiiy.
Wanted to Ronl. A Cottage, containing
four or Ave room". Must bo in good
lornity, an 1 within tin or fifteen
uiiuutoi' wnlk of Post OIHee. O
For Salo. 1 Open Side Bur Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Square Piano, iy, Oc
tavcM, in good order.
1 Upright Piano, 7J Octaves, in good
Wanted. A its, ectnUu woman to assist
at sowing in a private family.
Wanted Rutpocial lo youth lo assist in a
liit'ini'-s ibtihllHliuicui in thu city,
and m.ik" himself gcneially useful;
would r.-sblo Willi Ihul'unlly; wages,
with bo.ud and lodging, $lo u niontli.
Wanted. A icsiiecttib'o Engli-h or Git.
man Gill to a-sisl in a small finally.
Wanted iy a (Oinpoient Englni'u , iiold
ing llisi-'cliss eertillciilu', ami highly
icccmiucudcd, situation at bca or on
Situation Wanted By n capable man,
thoiough'y understands tho caio of
Lo les. Good driver, if lequiicd;
man-led; wi e yocd housikecper and
Situation Wanted By a sliady man, as
couciiman, or ohaigu of sianlcs; high
ly lecoiniucnili'd. A ell iicquaintcd
Situation Wanted By steady man; mm.
lied. Lndei-sliiuds the cant of stock;
Gond driver. Wito gocd seamstress.
Situation Wanted Hy an experienced
harness-maker; not piiiiculur us to
iiiipplnymcni; waijus not to much nu
objiut in a permanent position.
Custom Houso Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
CARRIAGE FOR SALE !
,V PHAETON, built to order
. iho 'owner by O. Wc-t. Will
sold cheap lor cash,
Apply to the Hi:i..
Y. M. C. W. A. (Limited).
''PRE UNION READING PARLORS
X having jiisrlu'1!! decorated by Iho
well known aitibt, F. Rupprccln, wo
would most luspectfully invilu all tho
lncmbois lo intend tho muni 'meetings.
Fuieign nml locnl papurs in piufuslou.
Tliiiru will be a lecture to young men,
ontiiiu temperance, three limes a week,
by nnuof iho initniigeis, lo ho fellowcd
lya lii'clous liinth, Thu members arc
Hqui-stcd to leave their ulntlves ut
home. E. S. O. &, J. A. K.
Sj 1 v' Managers
JOHN A. SPEAR having this day
If bought out tho cntlie liiteiest of
CHARLKS II. PFEI1-FER, In tho Into
linn of .spunr nml Pfelll'or, begs to notl.
fv his foi mer customers and thu public
lhithulsiliosr.il) owner of siiit luul.
ni-sw, and willo try mi ilia business of
sild l.ilu llipi,M)'iieltiiig forhlni-elf liio
latioiutgu liuictij no in copied Bill linn.
All dulii nml claims ngilnst tho tuld
Into Hi in ut Spear it Pfelller will bo
paid by tho undersigned.
JOHN A SPEAR.
Dated Maich-llli, ISVT. "71m
Boll Tel. 112.
lloll Toloiilinnu rt iH. l O. 3Uix i I fl.
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
JIooKn ivilllcii up, AccoiiiiIm nml
Eniployineiit and Shipping Agency.
Iiljor Coutiacl Blanks m.d Rcvemio
Stumps always on band. Copying nnd
translating in all languages usi'd in this
Kingdom. Oidm from tho other Is
lands will receive piompt attention.
Wanlod. fix good pnlnteis ean llnd Im.
iiiedinli' I'inploynient at g.iod wages
on iippllc.ttion at Hiis Agency.
Wanted An active, willing lid of 15 to
IS Mais of age, can til. d u homo with
fill- wngui and nu npnoiiiiulty of
le ruing a goo I Ir.uli'. Ileli ii'iic-i as
to cluitactir and nutoocdonU will ho
Wanlcd A Situation liy a Sugar Boiler
of live i cars' c.Np-rioueo in ihis coun
try. Best of rcltrencis if requiied.
Wanlcd Situation By nu old usldent
who is familiar with the Hawaiian
lingiiugc. Also, understands plmit.1.
Hon work. Will ketp books and at.
tend to the general dciullsof business.
Employment in the clly prefimtl.
Wanlcd Situations. By three llist-clnss
lieok-kcipfrs and iillloc men who can
glvu the bc-tl of l-eleienciH. Will not
object to employment In their capacity
Wanted Situation. As n Luna on a plan,
tat Ion by a man who lia-t hud icvernl
yeais cxpenencu In this country lu
Wanted Employment b- competent
slotdy, booties wh will make thein
sdves useful in taking care of door
j aids nnd gardens, 111111111 other light
work icquired by piivalo family.
Wanlcd. A Situation 'jy a competent
pinctical Engineer, who litis hud many
year' o.vpeilence, and can givo ihu
be-it of refeiencis. Eniployineiit on a'
Also, by a ilrst.clags Horscshoer; would
like a Job 011 a plantation wheic ho
could do geneinl repair work.
To Lot One Cottage Miiiabrc for 11 smnll
family. Conveniently located within
Yi n mile of tho PoaI Olllce.
To Lot Ono Cottige near the above,
mentioned. Large yaut ami stab'.o
accommoiitious for several horses.
To Let A Cottage suitable for a small
family, conveniently blluuiwl in Kn
wainh 10; has 11 baihrot.111 and klteben
aitnehcd and partly furnished. Mod.
er.uu rent. A rare clunuc.
Wanted. A Cottage wi'hin flvo lnluutuj'
walk of thu Post Olllee, suitably up.
pointed for the accommodation of a
For Loaso Ciiltige suitable for n smnll
family, C rooms; kitchen attached.
Slablo iiLcoininodatious if desired. A
beautiful location about three miles
up tho valley ioad.
For Loaso. Collage suiinble for small
family, -1 looms; and cnu nttnehed
with U ioom. Can iago shed. About
tyl miles up tliu valley roul.
These cottages nilbrd rare oppoituni
ties in invalids and other, who desiru to
enjoy the bi-nelll of the pure mountain
air nml climate of Nuirinti A'ullcy, at a
moderate eleiallon; and, in fuel, would
piovo 11 perfect snniiiiiiuin within easy
reach of the business part of town.
For Loaso. JO Acres of Land, 2J miles
Irom .Mossinan's corner 15 acres of
which is. suitable for either Rico or
Taio, and has hi en under cultivation
for the last 5 years. All buildings
neces3.uy for n ilibt-clnss littlo ranch
now on the premise .
For Salo 2 auiei or Choice Taro Laud,
situnio near tho Insano Asylum.
Valuablo Properties for Sale. 2 Acres of
Land, spb mildly situated in MakikI
1 Acre in MakikI, on Berctauia street,
tine building ito.
1 Ju Acres with -l-room Cottage, on Llllha
stieet, A rate chance.
Full particulars given upon upplica.
No. 38 Merchant Stroct, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs.
-VI. t o rii uy.u t-X.irw.
Olllce in Cainpbell'H Block, C01. Foit&
Merchant St-., Honolulu, II. I.
EST When desired, will give tho law in
a written opinion, as to tliu prob.iblo re
sult of the contention upon the facts
COTTAGE TO LET.
&$& A COTTAGE ON BI-RE-V'Wift?
'"'fl 1 Street, adjoining tho
itixrsaa rcsidenco of Mm -r,,..r.
Cottage contains 5 looms with kilchoii.
Etc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS .t CO.
$00,000 TO LOAN!
rTMIE llllllori-liTiif il Liivn m',.. rtu,n
ii .. s ."nu uiAlj 4IIIIIIB.
and Dollais lo lo-i n . In sunw nt nnt
one tliousaml do ars unon
SMITH, THURSTON it KINNEY,
IBilitf CO Foil Stieet, Honolulu.
VJ ISS CLARKE, who has had many
i'l yeais e.Mieiii'inii In Di-chh it Cloak
M klu.:, has OPENED A DRESSMAK.
1XG ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Alakea
MRS. RODANET, ihu well-known
die-sinnkii-, tec'iilly rettirucd
irom Purls, hat her diosP-miiLliig rooms
mill on EnnnaMiei'i, iibnvo tliu square.
71!.'?, SOUODNKlt JOSEPII
4w VNJ-'I'il"nv '" Hi-st.oliHs or.
ti&fyrU l1"'- She will make two
,""4-sr!j? ,,,'H " W('uk ,0 R'ii, undur
apiain Conk, 1111 rying irolght nnd pas.
bcngcis. P.ulles wishing to inako
to Pctul River, Coco Head, and other
nuriB or Oahu may cluutor thu bchooner
hy applying t0 UA-'f. COOK.