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: : Hotel Street
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MONDAY. MAIi. 28. 1887.
Editok Bulletin: It is wise and
appropriate to commend as you did
on Friday tho very tlioiough lepair
of the lower part of Liliha street.
The new road supervisor, Sir. Alapai,
is eliowing some energy, and should
I was giad, however, to see terms
of qualification in your commenda
tion. Although you refrained from
growling about "tome faults of con
struction," I desire to point out
and emphasie one radical fault, be
cause it seems to bo characteristic of
much of the road repairs now going
"A thick layer of lumpy coral has
been placed at tho bottom," you tell
us. Now, sir, ever since McAdam
Nourished, and good roads after his
methods, no well-informed maker of
a road will ever allow a stone of over
egg size to go into thai road. Tho
exceptions to this rule nio where
paving is required for heavy trallic,
or where causeways and waterways
must bo heavily stoned to meet storm
water. In roads for ordinary travel,
the only proper method is to throw
up first a well-rounded foundation of
earth, entirely 'free from stones.
Upon this spread a layer of only a
few inches of finely broken stone of
uniform size. Small gravel will
always answer a, good purpose, it
free from boulders. This surface
speedily fornio a, smooth hard crust
over tho earth, which is substantially
impervious to water, and our road
is both smooth and durable, if any
care is taken of the drainage.
This was McAdam's discovery.
Tho Roman and British world had
before lived in ignorance of this
simple principle. They had gone on
fatuously for ages, in many of our
island road-rnalcera continue to do,
filling in muddy placea with londn of
heavy stone. For how aha 11 .tvoiul.
bo solid and Larrf, rrjfei.i you lay a.
foundation of solid rock McArUm
taught them that nothing could be
moro nicely and durably hard than
simply good earth covered with a
jlayer of small stones and well
rolled. But our road-makers neglecting to
learn, trudge on in tho ancient
vicious and wasteful method, which
civilized people have discarded. On
Liliha street fully twice, nearly
thrico tho coral necessary lias been
used. With tho earth well-rounded
up as it was, six inches or eight at
most of small coral would have been
ample. Not a coral stone larger
than an egg or an apple should have
bcon allowed (o go into that road.
All tho coral should havo been
broken up small.
To. expend one hundred cart loads
of coral where fifty would havo dono
better work, is wasteful. I also
called that method vicious. Why
vicious? Ride over Liliha street one,
two, or three years hence, according .
to wear, when tho big stones begin
to protrude, and your wheels jolt and
tumblo over them, and you will ap
preciate tho truth of tho epithet.
Coral, however, is soft and yields
somewhat to hard knocks. But if
there happens to bo a blue rock heiu
and there mixed up with it, that
will havo no morcy. Tho soft brown
tufa from l'uuehbowl, which has
been bo abundantly used m tho
vicious way, is alio soft, and gives
ono few thumps. That Dimply grinds
to Blush. Fine coral pucks polid and
atuya no, it is ono of tho very best of
road coverings, as witness Falnniit
Another evil quality of lingo stones
in a road is that they niako it por
vious to water. Packed rounded-up
earth, encrusted with lino stono, is
practically impervious, unless neg
lected drainage drowns its sides.
Lcftvo largo stones underneath, and
thero is unequal yielding and crack
ing oi tho earth bed, and the water
cnters-in rainy weather, the road bed
becomes uneven, and the rocks pro
trude. It is n thoroughly vicious
system in every way. Never put a
single large stono in your road. Let
your load bo as tabu against stones
as tho mattress you sleep on.
If nnyono wishes to sco tho last
cxtrcmo of ti vicious and wasteful
road-building, let him drive out one
half milo beyond Kalihi bridge, to
where a nntivo lima with a few pri
soners is most laboriously building a
heavy causeway of largo rocks,
chinked with smaller ones, of a depth
in the middle of the road of about
18 inches. Thero was a bad place
there during tho rainy season, rocky
and muddy. All that it needed was
to have the stones dug out which
some foolish road-maker had formerly
put there, heap up tho earth well in
the middle, and open tho neglected
drainage. An earth load was all
that was needed. Now, probably 100
cart loads of rocks have been piled
in, and the road will bo permanently
impassable, except at a walk.
At Monnnluii schoolliouse, the ab
sence of drainage had converted the
smooth narrow street into a quag
mire. Our zealous road supervisor
instead of opening drainage, has
piled in a bed of rocks a foot thick
for 200 feet in length and covered
them with (5 inches of gravel and
bouldors. You can try to trot over
it, if you are regardless of your
wheels, or your bones.
This is a good long growl and I
will stop. The money will probably
continue to bo wasted, and our roads
put into a permanent condition of
malignity rocky causeways instead
of streets. Mahalo palm! B.
We most heartily endorse every
word of the foregoing. It is a
repetition of the doctrine the Bul
letin has been ever and anon in
sisting upon. En.
Tea. anil Cuiclioiia Plaits
Young Plants of Best Assam Hybrid Tea!
Free on board steamer nt Ktikuihaclc,
Hamaktin, Ilawai, at 5.00 per 100,
at purchaser's risk.
Also, orders received for a small quan
Seeds now ripening on trees nt Kukul.
haclo as above, at 915.00 per tx.
95 lw F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
rpilE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
X been appointed Assignee of tho
Estate of Hong Ylck, doing business on
Mauuakca stceet, Honouui, notico is
hereby given to nil persons to present
their claims against the said Hang Ylck
to .1. F. Hackreld at the olllco H. Hack
fold & Co., Queen street, within one
mouth from date, and all persons in
debted to bald Hang Ylk arc hereby re
quested to inako iinuiedinta payment
thereof to the said .1. F. Hnckfnld
J. F. HAOKFELD.
Assignee of the Estnto of Hanu Ylk.
Honolulu, March 28, lb87. 03 fit
Furnished Cottage for Rent.
THE COTTAGE ON BEHETANIA
street, now occupied by Z. K.
Myers, will be rented lor a short lime
to u desirable tenant at n low rate. En.
quire at J. H. Sopor's Stationery Store,
Merchant Street. 1)3 lw
A WOMAN TO DO PLAIN SEW
ing. Apply to MRS. JACKSON,
at Reformatory School. iOtf
Auction Sale of Elegant
Household Furniiure !
By ordor of Mr. Jr B. CASTLE, we
will sell at Public Auction a: hi? re3l
(timer, corner of Kinau and Kapiolani
streotH, (on account of departure),
On Tuesday, April 5th, 1887,
At 10 o'clock, a. m., the entire House
fioli Fnrnitnre, comprising in part
SOFAS AND CHAIRS,
Upholstered Turkey Easy Chair,
1 Uprigfit Steinway Piano !
In good condition, u flue instrument,
1 IlIiACK JIIIOXY TAHI.K,
Bronze Figures and Vases !
1 Largo Plato Glass Mirror,
1 Easy Sofa (Upholstered in Plush),
Drawing Boom Ourtntns, Engruvirrgs
and Pictures including
Othello, Magdalene, Sinter JlolornNo,
Fine Koa Sideboard
1 Mahogany Bureau Book Case,
Black Walnut Writing Desk,
J). W. Dining Chairs, (leather seats),
I Japanese Screen,
I Ash Marble Top Bedroom Set!
Spring mid Hair Mattresses,
Statuette and Pedestal "Dice Thrower"
A Select Library of Miscellaneous
1 "Undo Sam" llnngu with Wator
Bnck Tank and Boiler, Kitchen
1 Carriage Horse!
Harness, llcfrlgerntor, Meal Safe,
Garden 'loots, etc., etc.
A LOT OF A6S0RTCD FERNS!
Tho Premises will bo open for inspec
tion on Monday, April 4th, from 12
M, to 'I V. M.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
93 lw tod Auctioneers, j
ADMlKlS'tK ATO U'S
Sale of Real Estate!
Administrator of the Estate of
Domingo Lopez ltninos, lute of Hono
lulu, deceased, 1 will sell at 1'ubllo Auc
tion at my salesrooms in Honolulu, on
Thursday, March 31st, 1887,
At 12 o'clock noon, nil of the tight, title
nnd lntcie?t of said Domingo Lopez
Bamos In nnd to all of the the following
1. All of that tract of land situated
at Kallhl, Oahu, containing nn urea of
UU Sil-OU ncres, being tho same premises
described in B. P. No. 593 to Knnulu i ;
said lot being fenced and adjoining tho
2. All ol that lot cf land at said Ki
llhl containing ' J). It) acre?. described in
B. V 2V'i to Kiiuialpulekanr.
TERMS CASH and deeds at expenso
Tho salo of tho above will be subject
to the eouflrmntlou of tho Chief-Justice
of the Supreme Couit.
LEWIS .1. LEVEY,
0 Ct Auctioneer.
CHAS. HUSTACE, JR., has full
power nt attorney, to transact all
business for mo from this dale until
MBS. E. C. BOLLES.
Honolulu, March 28, 1837. 03 lw
BY A YOUNG LADY AS GOVEUN
ess lu a private fimily. Compc.
tent 1 1 Impart a sound education. Also,
French, Music, etc Address, "Govern
esV Bulletin Olllcc. O! lw
By order of Mr. M. ROSENTHAL,
we will sell at Public Auction, nt his
residence, corner of Luu.illlo and Pen
sncola streets. (prcmias lately occupied
by Mr.J.T. D.ue),
On Wednesday, March 30th,
At lOo'clooka.m., his Entire House
hold Furniture, comprising
In p-iit, the
MOST ELEGANT AND VARIED
As-ortmcnt of Kensington Euibrnideied
and Hand Painted Goods ever ollercd at
Public Auction heie, consisting of
2 EBONY TABLES !
Embroidered Garnet Satin Lambrequin,
Plush Embroidered Table Scurf,
Embroidered .lapaue.-e Wall Pocket,
Garnet Satin Tidies.
Sill; Embroidered Scarfs,
lEinbiM Picluie, ''Golden Pheasant,"
Hand Painted Plaque'., (
Embroidered Panel Picture,
Hand Painted Shell Pictuies,
Beveled Minor, Hand Painted Flowers
1 Pisher Wilt Piaio !
A now instrument in tine tone,
Upholstered l'i'ino Stool,
Embroidered Piano Cover,
CHERRY CENTER TABLE!
Marble Top Tables,
B. . Wilting Desk,
Drawing Boom Curtains,
Hugs, Decorated Lamps,
French Mantle Clock,
Black Walnut Bedroom Set!
OaK Bedroom Set,
Hair and Spring Mattresses,
Black Walnut Wuiurobe,
A Collection of Nllvertrnrc. Ciillery,
DECORATED (JIHXA WAIIK
Marble Top Sideboard.
H.W. Extension Table,
Kitchen Stovo and Utensils, Etc.
ONE 2-SEAT FAMILY CARRIAGE
1 "Set Single Harness.
The ahovo nrtlclo arc all now and of
fer a lino opportunity to procure Ele
gant Household Goods.
E. P. ADAMS
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
By order of MR. O. DUVAL, wo will
sell at 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 it residence by
Tho Lot has n frontngo of HO feet on
Lunnlllo Street, and a depth of inn feet,
and Is well covered with guts'. Water
laid on throughout tho premises.
There 13 an tho premises,
A 2-Story Dwelling House
Well and substantially built, with Bay
Window fronting the street.
Tho houso contains a spacious Parlor,
Dining Boom and Bedroom on the
lower iloor. Alo, Largo Kitchen, Pan
try and Bath Boom. On tho upper Iloor
aro !l Bedrooms, each furnished with
Clothes Closets. There Is also a largo
Carrlago Houso and Stable on tho Lot
This is ono of tho most dchlrnblu resi
dence otfeicd for nln, The ground
having a natural sio e ensures perfect
Drainage, and coniiuuuds an excellent
vluw from Diamond Head to thu Will
E5?Piirtle3 wihlng ,to inspect thu
picinlses can do so by application to the
33. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
78 til Auctioneers
"OB PRINTING of all klndo cso
eutcd at tho Daily J)um.i:tjn Ofllo
Tho Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAK PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on lie is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, SuppersB.Bancjuefs, Balls,
And guarantees in nil cases the fullest satisfaction, ns given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back us far as the year
In Honolulu, together with over foity years' practical experience in this
line of business, the subscriber respectfully solicits n share of patronage in
this line of business.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotol Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (i5 am) Honolulu. H. I
a "4IK MANAGERS OK THE UV1TKI)
. Carriage Co., wish tn noilfj their
patrons Hint George Wilson no longer
drives for thu above Company.
UNMTEO CABBIAGK CO.
Olllcc and Stand: Comer of King nnd
Port Streets. Ul lw
AfRS. RODANET, thu well-known
1tJL dressmaker, lecenlly returned
from Paris, has her dress-innUliig rooms
still on Emma stieet, above the squuic.
Just Received at
-A large assortment of-
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUtfDBOKGS,
EASTMAN 'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &c.
Ioi Sale at Xeivsoiuxli-le JP-jioes.
1.VJ2 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Wo have received a fresh 1'no cf
Crosse & Blackwcll's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods
Dlieot from England ex HritUh bark GlongHbor, comprising In part:
Ilottlej Mixed Pickles,
" Cham Chum,
" White Onions,
" Piescivcd West India Ginger,
" Spanish Olives,
Haudsomo Vases Koyal Table Suice,
" " John Bull Sauce,
Bottles Walnut C.iMip,
" Giccnungi's in Syrup,
" Hed Currants in Syrup,
" Candied Orangu Peel,
" " Citron Peel,
" Pudding ltaisins,
Mb tins Jordan Almonds,
" Ki led Eels,
J.lb tins Fresh Cod Hoes,
1 quart Uoitles Salted Herrings,
Burthen J.irs Anchovy Paste,
llottlcs Ciiycnno Pepper,
Uottles While and Black Pepper,
" Zante Currants,
7-lb tius Scotchmeal,
Jars Tunic Stdt,
2-lb tins Green Pea Soup,
' Julienne Soup,
" Mock Turtle Soup,
" Oxtail Soup,
" Mullttfiiitawny Soup,
Bottles India Curry Powder,
Tins Mudras " "
1 & 2-lb tins Jams and Jellies, assorted,
Pat34 of all kinds,
1.1 b tins Carraway Seeds,
Bottles Tomuto Conserve,
Truflled Pato do fols Gw,
Tins Whole lloast Grouse,
" Sago and Onions,
Hulfoid's English Curried Fowl,
Mb tins Minco Meal,
21b tins Spiced Beef,
Bottles Capers, 2 ami 4 o..,
Mb tins Carrots, '
" Bulled Mutton,
" Stewed Kidneys,
" Uoiut Veal,
Cocoa nnu .Mill;,
Symington's I'ea Flour,
Epps if to Jrf-lb Packages Cocoa,
Oakluy Knife Polish,
Mb tins Klnku Tapioca,
Coleman's Mustard in tins mid bottles,
Day & Martin's Shoo Pasto,
Also Just received ex S.S. Amlralla mid Brigiintlnu Coiisueln, a complete lino of
STAFLIS AND WAJSCTl CS1COC13KIK??,
All which mo od'er nt lcafonahlo prices.
Uniii'iiutci'il, nml iioiIm ilcllvereil In nil lmrtM of Honolulu.
HOUSE GOODS In Season, received by each trip cf tho
O. S. S. Co.'s
Cook iiinL Oi
ONE OK TUB OLDIJST AND MOST
eoinoteiit drivers, having villi
ilinwn f loin thu United C.irriiign Co,
can now he found nt tho stand, corner
of Port and Mtrolmnt Street".
IIolli TcIPtihoiK-H, Xo. .Itl.l.
C'nrriucc Wo. in. 02 lw
i I SS C LA R K E, who has had many
1TJL years c.Miuricnrii in Drcfw & Clonk
M ileitis, lux OPENED A DHESSMAIC
IXG ESTAUMSllMENTnt101 AbiUca
Hollister & Go.'s
P. O. Hox 207.
Bottles Skinner's Miing.) licllih,
" long Hed Chillies,
" MavoimiiKe Since,
' Oallsfoof Jelly,
" French Olives,
Ilnndsoiuu YfSo Olilin Sny,
" " Solto Sauce,
Bottles Mii-lioom C.iisup,
" Cherilcs in Syrup,
" Pears ' "
" Black Currants in Svrup,
" Candled Lemon Peel,
" Cryslidlized Kruin,
" Turkey Fig-1,
1-lb tint Curried Lobsters,
" Slewed Ed',
Klh tius Fillets of Soles,
Earthen Jars Ploater Paste,
Small JuisCapt. While's Mullagalawny
Bottle- Ground Spleoi,
Pint Bottles Malt Vinegar,
21b B tlle Kienoh I'linus,
Pint llonlu Moniserral Lime Juice,
2-lb tin Gravy Sou ,
" Cio.-sy Soup,
" Palcbiiue Soup,
'' Hare Soup,
" Ox Cheek Soup,
" Hotchpotch Soup,
" Venison Smiii,
Tins Oxford S.ws-ngu,
Boitle. Pickled Bed Cabbage,
Collared Ox Tongue!,,
Bottle Lia & IVirln's Genuino Worces-
Bottles Bengal (dub Chutney, .
" French Trullles,
Tins Wholu Boast Purtrldgos,
" " " Pheatnnts,
" Freservul Miishiouins,
" Beet Man ov Fat,
ii-U tins Arrtwroot,
Tins Heal Yarmouth Bloateis,
' Fiunch Mushiooms,
Phillipo ii Ciui'iud'H Petit Pols,
lb tins l'ni'Milps, Mb tins Turnips,
" Ficsh Tripe,
' Ahimodo Beef,
" Boiled Mutton,
" Hiuloot Mutton,
" CultVhcuil, ditto ltonst Mutton,
" Boiled Beef; " Boiled "
Cocoa and milk, Chocolate and Milk,
Esience Colt'ec, Paiint Gloats,
Van Houton'o Coco.i, . ic i.lb tins,
1.1 & Yi ' l1"8 Cocimtimi,
Mb tins Pearl Sago,
" Ground lllcc,
Day & Martin's I'.ltpild Slum Blacking,
Boll Tel. 112.
Mutual Tel, 372.
P.O. Box 107.
Campboll Block, Wcrchaut St..
Real Estate Agents, Etc.,
Oiler the frllowing!
Orfico lo Let. Prhale olllcc, hamlBCiiuely
fitted, water convenience, etc. Part
of J, E. Brown it Co.' piemlscs, Mer
chant Street; with desk room outsldo
for a clerk. Suitable for a notary or
n lawyer. Itent, with ofllcu furniture,
$l'J per month.
Wanted lo Purchaso or Lcaso. A Cottnge,
6 or (I looms, In koino healthy locality,
within easy distance of t vn. Near
Emilia Street pieferred.
To Ronl. A CoitnJ on Liliha St., with
balcony up stalls, ! looms.
To Rent A Q-ioom Cottage, corner lilllhn
and School sls.l In excellent order;
. good 1 ivnllty; lleut SL'O montli.
To Ronl Sniull Cottngu on l.illha street,
near School tl; rem $12.
Roomi lo Kcnl Furnished in the best
Rooms lo Ronl. Four
fin ul jhed rooms in largo hotiie; well
situated on Nuuanu Avenue. Iteut
$15 a montli each.
To Lcl. The houso nnd grotmtW situated
iu Nuuanu Aomtc, lecenlly occupied
by A. J. Onrlwrlght, Jr., Ecq.
To Lcl. A fi.ioomed Cottage, with Car.
iligu House mid Outhouse", Niiiiaiiu
Avenue, near Government rc-ervolr,
nliovu litu Queen Dowager Emilia's
place, uith nboul 2 ucres of laud 2,'.f
miliM fiom town. Kent 10 per montli.
To Let. -Aij.roomed Cottage, with kitchen
a'lnchul; upper end of Xmianu
Avenue, oppo-iti! " Valley Home," in
excellent older. Hath and water con
veni nces. Bent 0U.
To Lot. Shop whitlow withspico behind,
In oillcesi ocuupicd by J. E. Brown &
Co. Suitable lor Jeweler's thop or
Notary's olllcc. Bent vciy moderate.
Houso and Lot for Salo. Very desirable
lesideneo on Bcretaiiin S'tieet. Tho
house contains -1 Bedroom, Parlor,
Dlnlnu'-rooin, Pantry, Kitchen and
Bathroom. Motpiito proof. Houso
new and well built.
Lot 10(1 by ICO feet with piivllegc of
buying next lot. Will be sold cficn.
For Salo or Real A chaimliig residence
on Kinau stieet, containing 2 bed
rooms, parlor, dining room, kitchen,
bath, iVc. Garden limit nml back;
uirrhigc house, blalles tiitd scr ant's
qua' lots detached.
For Salo or Lcaso -Willi Immediate pos-scs-lnn,
that valuable estate known as
the NUUANU VALLEY ItANOII,
sltualid in the Xuuanu Valley, 2J
miles lrom the city, and undoubtedly
thu inon ellglblu'slte for a milk or
milk iicd Imttei dairy lu this Kingdom.
'Mm above splendid pioperly may bo
hud on easy tonus.
For Lcaso Tho lesideneo and pasture
lands nt Patina Valley, occupied by
Mrs Long. A (.plendid pioperly.
Wanted lo Ronl. A Cottage, containing
lour or live ioom. Must, bo in good
loea'ily, Mid within tin or fifteen
minutes' walk of Post Olllcc.
For Sale. 1 Open Side Bur Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Square Piano, 7J Oo.
tnves, in good order.
1 Upright Piano, "iy. Octaves, in good
Wanlcd. A rcfpeetiblc woman ns cook
mitl to assist lu a private family. A
comfortable home lor suitiblu parson.
Wanlcd lie; pectnllu youth to assist in n
liii-ines establishment in tho city,
and make himself generally useful;
would reside with the fimily; wages,
villi board and lodging, 15 a mouth.
Wnnlod. A respect ible EnglUh or Ger
man Gill lo assist in u small family.
Situation Wanted By n capable man,
tltoioughly umlei'tlauds the care of
ho'scs. Good drivel, if lequhed;
ranrried; wire :;ocd housekeeper and
Situation Wanted By a stiatly man, as
coaeiiman, or charge of stables; high
ly iccomiueiulul. Well acquainted
Situation Wanlcd By steady man; mm
ried. Understands the cam of stock;
Good driver. Wile good seamstress.
Custom Houso Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
26. Merchant Street.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A CO'lTAGE ON BEBE
tanii Street, adjoining the
resldenco of Mrs. Morenn.
Cottage contains 5 looms with kitchen,
Etc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS it CO.
rJMIE STOltE LATELY OCCUPIED
X by THOS. MOSSMAX, corner of
Ivimr nnd Nuuaiiii streets, U to let An.
ply to Messrs. ALLEN & BOBINSON.
nown )ltl Corner
HC. Apply at tho BEA-
EOlt LEASE Oil SALE.
ri.MIE HOUSE AND LOT AT
X klkl, at present occupied by
r leetti. Apply at oineo ot
KHEETII & PEACOCK,
1312 tf 2;) Nuuanu street.
8(10,000 TO LOAN!
rPIlK undorsigntd have Sixty Thous.
X and Dollars to loan, in sums of not
less than one thousand dullnis upon
.S.MiTilTHUIlbTON & KINNEY,
IMIitf 00 Fott Street, Honolulu.
rpm: SAYLOIt BHOTIIEH9, II. B.
i and William, ltavu laioly iccolvod
a newly dcslguul and impinved homo
clipping machine, and mo now prepared
to do clipping at Die Pantheon Stables,
Itell Telephone .'UN. f.O.llox (tr.
3. B. W
REAL ESTATE BIIOKEH,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
llnoltM wiltleu tip, Arrnitiil- nml
EmployniPtit nnd r-'hlpplng Asency.
Labor Cotitrncl Blanks and lluvcmie
Stuiniis nhvnjM on hand. Copying and
Iranunllng iu nil languages und In this
Kingdom. Oidm fium tho other Is
lands will lecoivo prompt attention.
Wanlcd. slx good pnlntois rnn find lm.
midhiti' employment at giod wages
on nppllcutiou ul 'ills Agiucy.
Wanlcd An ncllvu, billing lid of li"i to .
JS vims ol nge, can Had a hiuiiu villi
fair wiigij'. and mi ojiiioiiiiuity uf
learning a good trade. IbdVici.io us
to cliainctir and antecedents will bo
Wanlcd A Situation By a Sugar Boiler
of live i ears' e. p riotite iu this coun
try. Best of letireiices It rtquiiul.
Wanlcd Situation. llv an old lcsldcnt
who Is familiar with tho Hawaiian
Impinge. A No, iimlcMiuids pluiit.i.
lion work. Will ktip books mid at
lend to tho general details of business.
Employment in the city preftrrul.
Wanlcd Situations. By three llrM-ctnss
Ikok-kccpers m.tl ollleii men who can
give thu best of imIoiciicis. Will not
object to employment lu their capacity
Wanted Situation. A- a Luna on n plan,
tat Ion by n man who bin had tcveral
yoais experience iu this eoimliy in
Wanlcd Employment by competent
slcidy, hoMiuigwhi will inako thcin
sdveMiscful lu inking ciiru ol door
yards and gnrdens, nndln other light
work required by piiv.ite linnlly.
Wanlcd. A Situntioii 'jy a competent
practical Engineer, who lniH hud many
years' expeilenoe, nnd can give the
be-t of ufeiencis. Kinjiloyiiie-nt on n
Also, by n llrst-eliss Horxohoer; would
liko a job on a plintatlon where he
could do gciieinl repair wcrk.
To Lot-One Cottage sullnlile for u small
family. Conveniently located within
Yi a mile of the Po&t Olllcc.
To Let Onu Cottigo near tho alove.
mciillnied. Largo ya d nml btnblu
accominot'ations for several hoists.
To Let A Cottage Fiiitnblo fr,r a small
family, conveniently Minuted in Kn
wninhaoj has a bathroom and kitrhtn
aitaclicd mid partly furnished. Med.
crato lent. A r.iro ch nice.
Wanted. A Cottage wi'liin live inlmitc'
walk of the Pot Olllcc, suitably np.
pointed for tlie nccomiuodntiou of a
For Lcaso Colt igc sultnblc for a small
family, rooms j kitchen attached.
Stable accommodations if desired. A
beautiful location about three miles,
up the valley road.
For Lcaso Cottage stii'nblo for mini
family, -I loonn.; and one attached
with 2 room. Carriage shed. About
2i miles up the alley road.
These cottages iillbrd rare opportuni
tii'h to invalids and olhirs who desire to
enjoy tliu benellt of the pure mountain
air and clini'ito of Kuuinu Valley, at a,
inoilciato clevatlnu j and, in fact, would
piove n perfect taiiiluiluiu within easy
reach of Hie liusines part of town.
For Lcaso. 10 Acres of Land, 2 miles
fiom .Mo-btmiu'ri corner 15 acres of
which is suiiablo for either Kico or
Taio, nml Iiiih In eu under cultivation
for the laH 5 yeiu-a. All buildings
ncctSMiry for a Mist-class little: ranch
now on the premUo .
For Salo 2 times or Cholco Tnro Laud,
sbuiiio near the Inuno Asylum.
Valuablo Prcrjicrlios lor Salo 2 Acres of
Land, spliudidly hituattd in Makiki
lAeni iu Muklkl, on Buielnnia sticcf,
line building, ite.
1J Awes with .broom Collage, on Liliha
btrect, A line chance.
Pull particulars given upon npplica
No. 30 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith &
IariM'8 Notice of Sale.
TN THE SUPHEME OOUllT OP THE
X Hawaiian Islands.
Thomas II. Pathmison, '
Till: JlAltK IVAI-AKAIIA.
Whereas, in ccitaln proceedings In
Adiniinliy, biought by Tlionuis H. Pat
toron, ngiilnn the "B.trk ICaIakaua,''a
decree mid older of sale was made by
thu iron. Edwtml Preston, Justice of tlm
Supieme Court, dated:
Iu purnLinco ot said decico I urn
dliectcd and conmiiinded by tho said
Himiiriihlo Edwaid Preston, Justice of
tho Siipteiim Court, lo sell said bark
hnlakiiui, her boats, tackle, apparel and
iurnltuio at public miction:
1 hoiciore, notiro u hereby given th-it
ho taid buk k'alakaua," her boats,
tackle, apparel and furniture will bo
rum in piunie auction to
Saturday, April 9th, 1887,
when she now stands, t utr inm,rca
'i'iaft',J,,li,,!llu ll,irl,r ""lu.
1 lUCHh CASH. Deeds at expense of
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
Honolulu, March 21), 1687. 't'std' '
harness, quiet and gon.
tie, liyenis old, sired by
Iivln Dais. A reason.
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ply to .1. W. MAOLOXALO, Slioeli g
hhop, Port stieet. uj jw h
Billiard Tables for Sale
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iiotit new and of tho best mnkn.
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