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WEDESDAY. MAIL 30. 1887.
Repairs have recently been effect
ed on King street, near, and and in
the Waikiki direction from, lvawni
aliao Church. The road was in a
worn condition, nnd badly in need
of mending. The work was not
undertaken before it was urgently
needed, ltut the money nnd labor
expended will be of little permanent
benefit to the travelling public. The
depressions have been filled with
dry earth, and the roadway rounded.
Now, if this had been suillciently
moistened, a little black-sand laid
on the .surface, and the wholo pack
ed and hardened by thorough roll
ing, with the water courses kept
clear, it would have been a moder
ately good road for some time to
come. These important essentials
having been omitted, particularly
the wetting and rolling process, the
mono' expended is little better than
thrown away. The road is already
pulverizing into a mass of dust,
which is being carried off by tho
wind to build up private properties
to leeward. In a few weeks scarcely
a vestige will remain as a monument
to the mud-head who ordered and
directed that preposterous method
of road-making. What is the use
of spending the public funds in this
way? Why not do things properly?
We arc unwillingly forced into this
growl, by the utter stupidity of our
dabbling amateur road-makers.
HOME WSTlNQUISHi:i CASES OF TEIi
Elizabeth Cbailotte, tho duchess
of Oilcans, writing under ditto of
December 5, 1718, says : "Tho lutu
king, monbiour the Dauphin, and tho
Due do Berri were enormous eaters.
I have often seen tho king eat four
plates of difTerout kinds of soup, a
wholo plicuHnnt, u dish of salad, two
thick slices of ham, mutton llavored
with garlic, a plateful of pastry, and
finish his repast with fruit and hard
boiled eggs." Theiu was a good old
Herman from Witteniherg, whero
my Lord Hamlet attended tho uni
versity, who hud a fine faculty for
storing away provender. His cuso
is well attested. Tor a wager ho
would eat n wholo sheep or a wholo
pigs or put out of sight a bushel of
cherries, btnucs and all. Ho lived
until hu was about eighty years of
age, a great portion of tho timo sup
porting himself by exhibiting tho
peculiarity of his appetite, which, to
say tho least, must Jmvo been a very
eccentric one. Tims, ho would chew
glass, earthouwnro and flint into
small fragments. Ho had an spe
cial preference for caterpillars, mice
and birds, and whon tbeso woro not
procurable ho would content himself
with minoral substances. Oneo ho
put down his "maw and gulf" a pon,
tho ink and tho sand pounce and ho
would have gobbled tho inkstand,
too, had lie not boon restrained,
'i'avlor. tho wator poet, tells of
.Nicholas Wood, of the county of J
Kent, in England, who was a toler
ably good trencherman. On ono
occasion he got away with a whole
sheep; nt another timo with several
iabbi(s;nt a third with thioo doen
pigeons well grown pigeons, not
squabs; again with eighteen yards of
black puddings and on two other
occasions sixty pounds of cherries
and three peeks of ditwsons. Dr.
Copland, in speaking of two ehildien
who had wondeiful appetites, the
youngest seven years old being the
worst, paid : "J he quantity of rood
devoured by her was astonishing.
Everything that could bo laid hold
of, even in its raw state, was seized
upon most gicedily. Other articles,
an uncooked rabbit, half a pound of
candles and some butter, were taken
at one time. The mother stated that
this little girl, who was apparently in
good health otherwise, took nioto
food if she could possibly obtain it,
than the lest of her family, consist
ing of six beside herself." A 1 1 if lo
over it bundled years ago it London
youth ate live pounds of shoulder of
lamb and two quarts of green peas
in fifty minutes; and a Polish
soldier, who was presented at tho
court of Saxony, succeeded in one
day in getting outside of 20 pounds
of beef and half a loast calf, with the
appropriate "fixings." When George
111. was king a watchmaker's ap
prentice, 19 years of age, in three
quarters of an hour, devoured a leg
of pork weighing ix pounds and n
proportionate quantity of pence pud
ding, washing all down with a pint
of brandy, taken in two "tots." Tho
tall Nick Davenport, tho actor, is
known to have eaten a i-ovcn-poiinil
turkey at a single sitting. Instances
of depraved appetite are numerous,
nnd men have been known to swallow
lire, swords, spiders, Hies, toads, bor
pents, cotton, hair, paper, wood,
cinders, sand, earth, clay, chalk,
Hint, musket balls and earthenware.
Onu man could swallow billiard balls
and gold watches. In tho Now York
medical journals for 1882, a record
is made of a man ivho could swallow
clasp knives with impunity. One
day he overdid the business by swal
lowing 1-1 and it killed him, which
well it might. In 1870, in England,
two men of Wiltshire wagered with
each other as to which should con
sume the greatest quantity of food
in the shortest space of lime. One
of them blotted from existence nix
pounds and a half of rabbit, a loaf of
bread and two pounds of cheese in a
quarter of an hour, and he was so
pleased with the approbation be re
ceived fiom tho bystanders that hu
finished oil' with a beefsteak, a pint
and a half of gin and a half pint of
brandy. Atlanta Constitution.
The artist, Antoine Urasseur,
famous as a restorer of old paintings,
died recently at Cologne, lie be
queathed his large and valuable col
lection of paintings, in which many
of the old masters of the Dutch,
Italian and German schools are re
presented, as well as -100,000 francs
in money, to his native city of Lille.
Gerry's completed portrait of Mrs.
Cleveland does not meet with ap
proval from the critics. It repre
sents her in black velvet, which is
not becoming as the wine-colored
plush she sometimes wears. The
likeness is not a faithful one, and
altogether the picture is not thought
to deserve a permanent place in the
White House gallery. Philadel
What contributes to raise justice
above all other kingly virtues is,
that it is seldom attended with a
due sharo of applause, and those
who practise it must be influenced
by far greater motives than empty
A JAPANESE NURSE GIRL TO
look after ono child. Apply to
07 J. E. BROWN & CO.
No .chango In the rates for tho
Use of Telephones
U comtemplated by the
Secretary nnd Treasurer.
WE THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
this day purchased from Young
Anln the good will and imeiot of hii 11
Young Anln in tho business of n cofluu
shop and restaurant keeper as tho same
is carried on at the premises on the west
corner of Mnunnkca and Hotel streets in
Honolulu, together with tho h;ao of
said premises and block in Undo.
All debts heretofore contracted In tlic
carrying on of said business aiu payable
by loung Anin, and all moneys owing
the said business prior to this date are
payable to him.
MAN l'ONa CHAN KNE CO.
Honolulu, Maich 0, I8d7. W Ht
tcr Dog, nnswcis to tho
name of "Gordon." A suit.
tiMu reward will bo paid
ou delivery of siiuio to
rpHE BAYLOR BROTHERS, H. B.
X and William, have lately received
a newly designed and Impioved horso
clipping machine, and are now propaicd
to do clipping at the Pantheon Stables
BY ORDER OP .!. HACKPKL1),
Assignee of the hiuktupt PHl.de ol
Hang Yick, I will nidi at Public Auction
On Thursday, March 31st,
At 10 a. m., at my salesroom?, coiner of
Port and Queen streets, tho entire stock
of said estate consisting of
BROWN & WHITE COTTONS!
Shirts, Quilt!'. Clothing, Ilntidker.
chief", Spool Thread, Matches, To
bacco, Pipes, Soap, Perfumery, etc.
Also, TWO SEWING MACHINES
1! Countcis, 3 Show Cases, Lamps, &c.
And at VZ o'clock noon,
And for account of whom It may concern,
OIVJE HOY'H PONYZ
With Saddle, I 1 Idle and Blanket.
Ono Top Buggy, and one
ItAV CWUltlAX.' 10 IIUltMK!
5 years old.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
W 2t Auctioneer.
Sale of Real Estate!
BY ORDER OP JOS P. MENDONOA,
Admlnisttator of the Estate ot
Domingo Lope. Ramos, late of Hono.
lulu, dieeased, 1 will sell in Public Auc
tlon at my salesrooms m Honolulu, on
Thursday, March 31st, 1887,
At 12 o'clock iKion, nil of tho light, title
and Interest of said Domingo Lopez
Ramos In mid t j all of (lie thf following
1. All of that tract of land situated
at Kalihl, Oaliti, containing an aiea of
M S!i)-t0 acres, being the miiuu premises
described in R. 1' No. ")," to Kanulua;
said lot being fenced and adjoining the
2. Allot that lot if land at said Ka
lilii contM inliiLT 'i :M0 acres, dc.-,cribld In
It. P Sieilu Kiiinnlpelukuue.
TERMS CASH and tleitU at expense
The silo of llio above will be subject
to the continuation of t lie i hlcl-Justicc
of the Supreme Oouit.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Q't ."it Auctioneer.
1Y A YOUNG LADY AS GOVRRN
y os inn private fimily. Compe.
tent 1 1 Impait a sound education. AN),
E'licutlon, Music, etc Addict, "Gov.
ernes'," bulletin Office. !)" lw
CHAS. HUSTACE, JR., has full
power ol attorney, lo ti.iiisaet all
business lor nic fiom this date until
further nu ho.
MRS E. C. HOLLKS.
Honolulu, Maich 2ij, lSi7. 05 lw
ON AND AFTER THE HI 1ST OP
April, .Mil. UIAS. T ULLICK
will attend to my bu-duch in general
and collect nil bins due to nif, rent, etc.
His receipt or the one of Mil. John
Good, Jit., will hcnui"'uU-iii discharge.
O. TROUSSEAU, M. D.
Honolulu, Match '-'!), lbS7. 1)(J lw
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING
X been uupn iuimI Afelgucc of the
Estate of Hang Yick, doing' hutlucts on
Maunnkei seed, llououiu, notice is
hereby given to all purt-ons to present
their damn ngiimt tliu said Hang Yick
lo J. P. Hatkrchl at Ihooilleo II. Iliick
feld & Co, IJ'iien tticci, wllhin one
month from dnt-, mi 1 till pcr.-oiH in
debted to said Hung Ylk are hereby if
quisled to make immulinto p'lvment
thereof lo the sild.l. P. Iluckli-ld
.T. V. HAOKl'ELD.
Assignee of the Eilaleof Hani: Ylk.
Honolulu, March 28, lfc87. i)5 Ct
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND OP ONE
Dollar p'T sharo will bu payable
on tliu capital Mock of the People.-.' Ice
and Refrigerator Cmip.inv on TUES
DAY, tho :lh day of- March, at the
05 at W.E.FOSTER, Sco'.y.
ONE OP THE OLDEST AND MOST
competent drivers, having villi
diuwa from tho United Carriage Co,
can now lie found nt the stand, corner
of Fort and Merchant Streets' .
llotli Telephones, Xo. fltl.t.
Cni-i-Iucu Xo.7. ittlw
npiIE MANAGERS OFTHE UNITED
X Carriage Co., wish to notify their
patrons that Gcorgo Wilson no 'longer
drives for tho above Company.
UNITED CARRIAGE CO.
Olllcc and Stand: Corner of King nnd
FortStieets. 01 lw
V1 RS. RODANET, the well-known
ItL dicfsmaker, iccently returned
from Purl", lias her drons.makiiig rooms
still on Emuia street, above tho square.
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
years experience in Dress & Cloak
Milking, has OPENED A DRESSMAIC
ING ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Alftkea
For Sale or Lease.
rpiIOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
X PunahouStiei't called "Knuaiillo.
Ida," tliu propui ty of 0. 11. Judd, are for
biilo or for le.isu lor a term of years.
Far parlicuhus Inquire of
ALEX. J. UARTWRiailT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, 1S0. U,8
ONE TRAM CAR AND 200 FEET
of T Rails, sl. pounds to ilm foot,
wiili bolts nnd llsli-plales complete.
Suitable for Wntclioin-o or Plantation.
Apply to IIOLLISTER & CO.
ONE LARGB I.OI', corner Pensncola
and Lunalilo t-ts, which can be
divided into two or inoro building lobil
Enquire of G. WEST,
1051 Of West, Dow ii Co.
Auction Salo or Elegant
Household Furniture !
By oidor ol Mr. .1. 15. CASTLE, wc
will tell nl Public Auction at hisicai.
dence, corner of Kinau nnd Kaplolanl
Mrccls, (on jiccoutit of departure),
On Tuesday, April 6th, 1887,
At 10 o'clock, n. m., (ho entire House,
hold Furniture, comprising in part
SOFAS AND CHAIRS,
Upholstered Turkey Easy Chair,
In good condition, n fine instrument,
i niiAVK r.noxv taiim:,
Bronze Figures nnd Vases !
1 Largo I'litcGliiH, Mliror,
1 E isy Sofa (Upholsluiid in PI11M1),
Drawing Room Otu tuliif. Engravings
and Picture Including
Othello, Miitfrtulciie, Slater DoIoi-uho,
Fine Koa Sideboard
1 Mahogany lliiicau Bonk Cnac,
Black Walnut U riling Desk,
IJ. W. Dining Chairs, (leather teals),
1 Japanese Soreen,
I Ash Marblo Top Bedroom Sot !
Spring nnd Hnir Matttccs,
Statuette nnd Pedestal DleoTluoncr"
A Select Library of Miscellaneous
1 "Uncle Sam" Range w tilt Water
Rack Tank and Bi.llcr, Kitchen
1 Carriage Horse!
Ilarnc-s, Refrigerator, Men' Sife,
Gulden 'tools, e c, etc.
A LOT OF ASSORTED FERNS!
The PicmNi'S will bo open for Inspec
tion ou Monday, April -Jlli, from 12
M. to -I i M.
ADAMS JSs CO.,
II. IFACKFELD & Co.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Alstincl of Thlu
Furnished, nnd Convtynnecs
Drawn on shoil liolice.
Collection Aenjcy.-Mit. JOHN GOOD,
Jit, Authorized Collector.
Employment Agency. Mil. F. MARCOS,
General Business Agency. No. IIS Mci
tell Telt'piionu HIS. f. O. Itov 115.
id Sd i
i'k k'-- jr&Ssl. J
We h ivo received a frcsli lino of
Crosso & Blackwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods
Dliccl from Kngland ex III itl-tlt bark Glcng.ibur, conipvising In pnrt:
Bottle Mixed Pickles.
" Chain Cham,
" Wliite Onions,
" Piuscivcd West India Ginger,
llnndsQiiiu Vasei Royal Table S.iucc,
r " " Jehu Bull Sauce,
Bottles Walnut CnUup,
" Greengages in Syrup,
" Red Currants hi Syrup,
" Candied Orange Peel,
" Oltion Peel,
" Pudding Raisins,
1-lb tins Jordan Almonds,
' Filed Eels,
ifUuiiusFiesh Cod Roes,
Mpiart Boitles Salted Herilngs,
Karthcn Jars Anchovy Paste,
Bottles Cayenne Pepper,
Bottles White und Black Pepper,
" Zante Currants,
7.1b tins Scotcluiical,
Jars Table Salt,
2-lb tins Green Pea Soup,
" Juliunno Soup,
" Mock Tin tloboun,
" Oxtail Soup,
' Giblct Soup,
" Mulhigatawny Soup,
Bottles India Curry Powder,
Tins Mud r.is " "
1 & 2-11) tins Jams and Jellies, moiled,
Patm of all kinds,
Mb tins Onrraway Bectls,
Bottles Tomato Conserve,
Tins Wholo Roast Grouse.
' Sago and Onions,
11 Hiilforil's Kigliali Cunled Fowl,
" Kngllsh Asparagus,
Mb tins Miuco Meal,
2 lb tins Spiced Beef,
Botlles Capeis, 2 und -1 o..,
Mb tins Carrots,
" Boikd Mutton,
" Slewed Kidneys,
Cocoa and Milk,
Symington's Pen Flour, ,
Kpp-i if b) JIIj Packages Cocoa,
Oakley Knflu Polish,
Mb tins Flnko Tapioca,
Coleman's Mustard in tins nnd liottjcs,
Day & Mm tin's Shoo Pasto,
Also just received ex S. S. Australia and Brlgautlnu C'onsuolo, a complete lluu of
SrJLiYl?JLiIi! AJSJi ITjVOY CSKOOJEKIlOaJ,
All which mo oiler at icasonablo prices.
HntlNruetluii (aniirnnteiMl, nml iuon Uellveieil to nil pnt-ls ol Honolulu,
FRKSH I OK 110USK GOODS in Season, ucelvcd by each trip of lite
O. 8, S, Co.'s Steamers by
LEWIS & OO. Hlw
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
By order or .MR. O. DUVAL, wo will
sell nt 1'itbllcs And Ion,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our f-'nlcsiooin, Qucui Street, Hint
desirable premises on
at present occupied as a residence by
Tho Lot has a frontngo of 140 feet on
Lunalilo Street, and a depth of 151) feel,
nnd is well covered with gins'. Water
laid on throughout tho premises.
There U an the premise-1,
A 2-Story Dwcllii House
Welt nnd substantially built, with U.iy
Window fronting tho Etreet.
Tho bou-e contains a spacious Parlor,
Dining Room and Bedroom on the
lower door. Alo, Largo Kitchen, Pan
try and Bath Room, (.in tliiMtiipei'lloor
are il Bedrooms, eoch fiirnUhed with
Clothes Closets. There Is also a large
Carriago House nnd Slablo on tho Lot
This is ono of tho most dc-drablo resi
dence offered for Mile. Tliu ground
having a natural More ensures perfect
Drainage, and commands nu excellent
view from Diamond Head to the Wal
l3"Portics wishing to Inspect tho
premises can do so by application to the
E. V. ADAMS & CO.,
73 td Auctioneers
AUCTION SALE OF
By order of CAl'T. FULLER, wc will
sell at public Auction,
On Thursday, April 7th, '87,
Al 10 o'clock, a. in., at his lrsidence,
No. R Kukui Sheet, t!io HoiiRihold Fur
nllure consisting of
ia it ioit jiujitrs'ia-UH i'2
Black Walnut Marblo Top Etagare
Marblo Top Cent e Table,
Vidian Cliaiiv, Rockers,
BLACK WALNUT AND PLUSH SOFA!!
Pictures, Gilt Mant. 1 Clock.
lvisy Chair, Ottoman,
BLACK WALNUT BOOK CASE
Books, Bracket., Cal. Laurel fable,
Center Rug, D or Rug.s,
II. W Hair Cloth Lounge,
II. W. Extension Table,
13. W. Marblo Top fcidoboard
China, Glass and Ciockery Ware,
I B. W. Marblo Top Bedroon Set
Single B W. Bedstead,
Butler's Tray, Refrigerator,
1 SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
(in good order.)
1 Rocking Hoitc, 1 Bicycle,
kitchen iiTi:sNii.s, j:t; j:tc.
E. P. ADAMS
P. O. Box 207.
Botllc3 Skinner's Jlnngo Rell-ii,
" long Red Chillies,
'' Muyoiinnisu Suice.
" Gal fsfool Jelly,
" Frencli Olives,
Handsome Vases China Snv,
" Solio Sauce,
Bottles Musliroom Catsup,
" (Jhcrrics in ilvrup,
ii vcms "ii
" Black Currants in Svrnp,
" Candied Lemon Peel,
" Cry.stallized Fruit i,
" Turkey Plg,
1-lb tins Ourifcd Lnbitei-j,
" Stoweil IJcl-,
M lb tins Fillets of Soles,
Kaithen Jars Bloater Paste,
SinallJars dipt. Whilo's, .Mullagatawiiy
Bottles Ground Spice,
Pint llotiles Malt Vinegar,
Pint Bottlo Monlserral Lime Juice,
2-lb tin Gravy Sou",
" Ciossy Soup,
" Palestine Soup,
" Ox Cheek Soup,
" Hotchpotch Soup,
" Vmiinui Soup,'
Tins Oxford Siusagu,
Bottles Pickled Red Cabbage,
Col lurid Ox Tongues,
Bottles Ltn it IVirlii's Genuiuo Worccs.
Buttles Bengal (dub Chutncv,
" Frencli Trulllcs,
.Tins Whole Ho.ut PariridgtH,
" " ' Phiiipants,
" Preserved Jliishrooms,
" Beef .Miinoiv Pal,
!-m1I) tins Arrowioot,
Tins Real Vm mouth Bloaters,
" Fiuuch .Miibliiooms,
Phllllpii&Can.iiul'H Petit Pols,
Lib tins Partnlps, Mb tins Turnips',
" Flesh 'i'ripe,
" Alnmodn Beef,
J Boiled Mutton,
" llmloot Mutton,
" CaliVhcad, ditto Roast Motion,
" Boiled Beofi " Boiled "
Cocoa and milk, Chocolate ui'id Milk,
Ks'i'iicn Coll'ee, PiiM nl Gio.ils,
Van Hmiton's Cocoa, )i &i. tuib,
Mb llus Pearl Sago,
" Ground Jtici',
'i C.unbildgo Swsiiuos,
Day & Martin's Lhjuid Slmu Bhuiking,
Hell 'l'cl. m.
, Box i;07.
. E. BROWN k
Campbell llloclt, Merchant St.,
BnI Estate Asnte, Etc.,
Oder the following:
Offlco lo Lot. Private ofllcc, Iiuiii1ciiic1
lilted, water convenience', etc. Pail
of J. K. Brown fc Co.'s piemlses, .Mer
clmnt Street j with desk room outsldo
for a clerk. Suitable for a notnrv or
n lawyer. Rent, witli olllce furnltuic,
Waniod lo Purchaso or Loaso A Cottage,
5 or 0 looms, hi soino heultiiv loca'liv,
wllliln easy dl-tiiuce of t ivii. Xclir
Emma Street preferred.
TuMont.-A (.'oitnpfj on Liilha St., with
balcony up Mnlis, -I looms.
To Rent A 5-iooni Cottage, corner Lllllui
nnd School sts.l in excellent oidcrj
good locality; Rent $20 month.
To Ront Small Cottage ou Lilllin slroit,
near School st j run $l'j.
Rooms lo Rcnl F.nnishcd m tho best
Rooms to Rent. Four very hnud'oincly
fund died looms in large home; well
situated on Ntiunnu Avenue. Rent
$10 a month each.
To Let. Tlic house and grounds slluatrd
in Nuiianu Acnui, rccenilv occupied
by A. J. Cnrtwriglil, Jr., L'sip
To Lob A li.roonu'd Cottage, with Car.
liagu House and OtiMiniibo, N'liiiiinu
Avenue, near Ooveuunoiit reservoir,
above lalo (Jiieen Dowager Knuim's
pi. ice, with nbout 2 acres of laud 2jjf
lnllei from town. Rent $11) per month.
ToLcl. A CroomcdCottnge, with kitchen
ailnclied; upper end oT Xuiiauu
Aunuc, oipo:ito "Valley Homo," in
excellent older. Bulb and water con
veni lines. Rent Sltf.
To Let. Shop window with ppaoc behind,
la olllcea occupied by ,f. K. Brown fc
Co. Suitable lor Jcwcloi's fhop or
Notary's olllce. Rent veiy modcrutc.
Houso and Lot lor Sale Very dcslrablo
lcsldeueo on Beietnnia Stleet. Tho
house contains -1 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Dlaiiig.rooni, Pantry, Kitchen and
Bathroom, Mo-iiuito prool. Hntto
uew and well built.
Lot 100 by 150 feet with privilege of
buying next lot. mil be told clicuf.
For Salo orRcnl A charming lvshlonoo
iti Kinau street, containing 2 bed.
1011119, pin lor, dining room, kitohtn,
bath, Wc. Garden fiont and back;
carriage house, stables ind servant's
For Sale A busincsi (restaurant; in
center of city. Ovsncr leaving on ac
count of ill hrnlth. A splendid chance
forencigdie man. Capital required,
j(i.'u,00. Tor particulais apply to J.
L. Blown A: Co.
For Salo or Lcaso -Willi immediate pos
fccstion, that valuable estate known us
the NUUANU VALLKV RANCH.
Kltualdl in tliu Xuiianu Valley, 'iy,
miles fiom tho city, and undoubtedly
the mn-t eligible sito for a milk or
mill; and bullei daiiy In this Kingdom.
Tho above i-plcndid piopeily maybe
had ou easy terms.
For Loaso I he loidineo and pasture
lands at Pauo.i Valley, occupied by
Jlis Long. Atplendiil propeny.
Wanlcd to Rent. A Cottage, containing
tour or live rooms. Must be in good
loen'lty, and within ten or lift ecu
minutes' walk of Post Oflicc.
For Sale 1 Open-Side B ir Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Square Piano, 7K Oo.
laves, in jjood order.
1 Upiiuht Piano, T Oc'nvcj, in good
Wanted. A lu-pcctililo woman ns cook
and to assitt in n private family. A
lomfortalile liomo for htiitiblo jialson.
Wanlcd Ri'tpeclablo youth to assist in a
business is-t'ibliHhtncnt In thu city,
and niiike himself generally useful;
would ivsido with tliu fimily; bilges,
W boaid and lodging, 15 a iiioutli.
Wanted. A icspeetnble English or Ger
man Gill to abslst in a small tamlly.
Situation Wanted By a capable man,
thoroughly understands the care of
horses. Good driver, if lcqulicd;
married; wPo ood housekeeper end
Situation Wanted By a Japanese. First
rale servant. Good driver.
Situation Wanted By a steady man, as
coaciiman, or clinrgo of stables; high
ly lecoiniiicnded. Well acquainted
Situation Wanted By Mendy man; niiii
lied. Understands tho care of slock;
Good driver. Wifo gocd seamstress.
Custom Houso Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street.
Furnished Cottage for Rent.
rpili: COTTAGE ON BERKTANIA
X stiect, new occupied by '., K.
Mjms, will bo rent til loriibhoit lime
to a desirable tenant at a low uite. En
quiront J. H.SopciV Stationery Store,
Merchant Street. ir, iv
COTTAGE TO LET.
M A COTTAGE ON BERE
KB'Sk ,anl'1 Strt'(!. adjoining tho
Krir,rxi residence of Airs. Moi-pun.
Coitago coiitnlns fi looms with kitclicn,
Etc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS it CO.
npiIE well known Old Coinoi'
X t's't'llilwes. Apply at Iho HEA
VER SALOON 11-17 tf
EOIt LEASE pit SALE.
rtMiK MOUSE AND LOT AT WAI
JL kll;l, at nrcsont oocunicd liv G. I)
HE HOUSE AND LOT
FREETII & PEACOOlv,
'Si Xuiianu stiect.
!S(i(),()()() TO LOAN!
rnilE undcrslgnid have Sixty Tltous
J. and Dollaia to loan, in sums of not
less than one thousand dollius upon
SMITH, THURS'rON ,fc KINNEY,
10WU CO Fort Stiect, Holulu.
HEAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL' BUSINESS AGENT,
ItooltH written up, ArcountH
Einployinciit nnd Shipping Ageilov
Labor Conlracl Bhinks and Revenue
Slainns always on l,m. Cojiylng nnd
translating n H huigmigcs 'HJ, tltts
Kingdom. Order from t,0 0,,. t,,.
laijds will receive prompt nltentioii. .
Wanlcd An active, willing hd of 15 to
ISvcarsof ngc, can find a homo villi
iiir wnge and nn oppoilunliy 0f
lo r ing n goo I trade. Rofcnii tCs as
lo chiiiiicur mid auto clients win bu
Wanlcd-A Situation Vy a Sugar Boiler
of flvoyu.u.s' c.perluii(u in this conn
try Bet of rctircnce.s if uquiud.
Wanlcd-Siiuallon. By nn old risident
who is funilllar with tlio Ilawalinu
lingiinge. Also, iimlcrslamls plantn.
Hon work. Will ketp books and at.
tend to the general details of biiniiit-H.
Linploynieiit In llio dty prcfimd.
Winlcd Situations. By Unco lliit-cln
Bcok.hccpcrs and olllce men who oun
give tho best of refuiencis. Will not
object to employment in their capacity
on plantations, J
Wanlod-Slluallon. As a Lima on a plan
tallon by n niiin who bin had several
yeais c.piriciiie in this country in
Wanted Employment by competent
fctcidy.htistleiswlui will mnko llitin
selves useful In taking care of door
jitrds and gnr.lcns, and in other light
work required by pilvalo family.
Wanlcd. A Situation By a competent
practical Engineer, who has hud many
years' ONpuilcr.ee, and can give Hu;
licit of iifcrcnccH. Kinploynieut on n
Also, by n flrM-cIass Horcslioer; 110111(1
like a job ou a plantation where hu
could do gcnciiil repair work.
To Let-One Cottage Miiiablu forn small
family. Conveniently located within
l a mile of tho Post Olllcc.
To Let One Cottage near the above,
mentioned. Large yaid nnd stab u
accoinmot-'ntloiis for several hordes.
To Let A Cottage suitable for ii smalt
fiiniily, convinlently ltualcd in Ka.
wainlmo; bus a balhrocm und kltclim
iittiichcd and paitly furnished. Mod.
crale rent, A r.no chance.
Wanted. A Cottagu wi-hin llvo inhinic'
walk or thu Post Ofllcc, suitably np.
pointed for the nccoinnuidatloii of u
small fa mil).
For Loaso Cottigo suitable for a small
family, 5 rooms; kitchen attached.
Stable accommodations If dc-Micd. A
beautiful location about ihrce miles
up tho valley load.
For Lcaso. Cottngo suitable for small
family, 1 looms; nnd una attached
with 2 mom. Cm Hugo shed. About
2'J miles up the alloy load.
These cottages afford rare opportuni
ties to Invalids and others who dcslro to
enjoy the benefit ol the pure mountain
air and climato of Nuunnii Valley, at a
modeiate elevation; and, hi fact, would
piovo a perfect sauitntltitn within easy
reach of the businoss imrl of town.
For Lease 10 Acres of Land, 2? miles
fiom Mossimiii'd corner 15 acres of
which is suitable for oitlicr Iticu or
Tii in, and has been under cultivation
for tlio Jn-t 5 years. All buildings
necessity for n liist-class little ranch
now on the premise .
For Sale a uoic or Choice Taro Land,
(-iluiito near iho Insane Asylum.
Valuablo Properties lor Sale. l Acres of
Land, splendidly situated in Mukiki
1 Acre iu Makikl, on Jlcrclnuiii street,
llnu building tile.
1 J,t Acres with 4-room Cottage, on Liilha
t-ticet, A rate chance.
Full particulars given upon applica
No. 38 Merchant Strocl, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith &
occupied by Messrs.
Tea ami Cinchona Plants
Young Plants ot Best Assam Hybrid Tea!
Pico on board steamer at Kukuihaolo,
Hnmakini, llawni, at $..)0 per lOO,
nt puvchaser's lisk.
Also, ordeis iccclvcd fora small quail
Seeds now ripening on trees nt Kukui
hnelo as above, at $15.00 ei? try..
1)5 lw p. a. SCHAEFER & CO.
Marshal's Notice of Sale,
N THE SUPREM R COURT OP THE
Hawaiian lalan Is.
Thomas II. Patit.uson, '
Tin: Haiik 1C.U.AKAIU.
Whereas, In cciinlu proceedings in
Adniiraliy, luuiight by Thomas II. Pat.
tiirtoii, ut'iilnsl tlio "B irk ICidakiuia," a
decree and oulnr of tido wasmado by
llio Hon, Edwin tl Pnston, Justicuof the
Supieiuo Court, dated;
la piiMMiicu of slid decrco I am
diiccled and loniniandeil by tlio said
Honoiiililu Edwiud Preston, Justice of
the Supreiim Conn, to sell inid bark
Kalnliiiui, lier boat-", tiicklo, nppiinl and
furnltuiont pulilic auction:
Thorefoie, uotbo is hereby glen that
the said lurk ICahikaua, hur ' hoits,
tackle, apparel and furniture will ho
Fold at publlp auction to tho highest
Saturday, April 9th, 1887,
wliorj slio now stands nt her moorings
In the stream in tho poll of Honolulu.
TKJt.MS CASH. Deeds at ixpcm-u of
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
Ilouolulii, Match 23, 1687.