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SATURDAY. APltIL 2. 1887.
THE TROCLODYTE DISCOVERY.
Our First of April story, the won
derful troglodyte discovery, pub
lished last evening, was a complcto
success. The expressions of sur
prise and enquiries for additional
information, through the telephone
and in person, were more than one
man could attend to. Of course,
thero were some readers who remem
bered that it was the first of April,
but others seemed entirely oblivious
of that fact. One irentleman inti
mated his purpose to organize a
party nnd go right up to Hawaii by
the first steamer, and another rang
up "a friend who was asleep, near
midnight, to tell him in all serious
ness of the new discovery. A third,
on being informed, in answer to en
quiry, that it was a First of April
story, used some vigorous language,
and said that that meant a loss to
him of a bet of a bottle of whiskey.
But the beat of all is, a morning
contemporary was duped by the be
lief that "a clever scribbler purport
ing to write from Hilo had worked
off a first-class ApriPJfool 'sell' on
the Bulletin, in the shape of a cir
cumstantial account of the discovery
of a degraded type of human beings
in a mammoth cave in the interior
of Ifaunakea." The Bulletin did
not'expect that its story, specially
designed for the occasion, would
have gone to the extent of impress
ing members of the fraternity with
lho idea that the paper itself had
been "sold." If our frieud had
carefully noted the item in the.amc
issue, calling special attention to the
Article, he would have observed an
exclamation point at the end, the
meaning of which is well understood
SCIENCE OF SURCERY.
Boston, March C. A correspon
dent of the Transcript reports a re
cent successful operation by Dr. H.
W. Bradeford in transplanting a
rabbit's eye. The patient was a
Swiss, thirty-four years old. After
the operation the eye was left undis
turbed for seven days, but the
patient was carefully watched for
febrile disturbances. The eve was
then examined and found to bo in J
xuir uuuuiuuii. un mo iwcuiu (lay
the condition of tho cyo was much
improved. The muscles were work
ing satisfactorily and the divergence
bad improved. A mofnth later tho
eye was capable of moving in all
directions. Tho Doctor thinks thero
is a faint possibility that if the fila
ments of the cyo could bo properly
followed vision could be secured.
lie thinks thero is a possibility of
:sight in tho case of children if the
yoof a young dog was used,, as tho
transplanted cyo might continue to
grow. S. V. Bulletin.
"Better givo the path to .tho dog
than be bitten." Abraham Lincoln.
A ROYAL LETTER.
King Maliotoa Undertakes to
Give Absurd Advice.
Perverted Views of the Hawaiian
Tho sending of n special Ambas
sador and Minister Plenipotentiary
on the part of the Hawaiian Govern
ment to tho Samoan Islands has
been, so far, effectual in drawing
from Mnlietoa, tho so-called king at
Apia, at least two communications.
The first was published in tlio olll
cial organ several weeks ago, and
its contents havo been pretty well
digested ere this ; the second is in
the form of "advice," omitting the
"encouragement," to tlio Envoy's
master. This appears, from some
accident, to have missed being
delivered, or it would undoubtedly
have been given to the public in
the same way as the first. Fortu
nately, however, it has not been for
ever lost, but was recently fished
out of the gutter in Smith street, by
a person who was ignorant of tho
real value of his discovery, and sold
it to a curiosity-hunter for a more
trifle. This individual, the rightful
owner by purchase, is of opinion
that this important document should
becomo ns widely known as the first,
and therefore requests its publica
tion. It is hero reproduced word
To His Mighty and Enlightened
Majesty the King of the Islands
of Hawaii, from His Mighty and
Enlightened Brother Malictoa,
Autocrat and Emperor of the
Samoan Islands Greeting:
I have seen with immense satis
faction the Envoy you have sent to
mo at the Samoan Court, and have
listened to the arguments he has
adduced to bring me to the belief
that tho prosperity of our two king
doms depends in a great measure
on their being united, and in their
acting entirely in reciprocity. I
have received from Mr. Bush much
valuablo information on this sub
ject. An alliance to bo of advan
tage to both of us should bo of a
permanent nature, reaching far into
the future. Yet Mr. Bush, to my
astonishment, has told mo that the
Hawaiian natives arc fast disappear
ing from the face of the earth, and
that in his opinion it may be very
difficult to find a handful of them
after the lapse of another twenty
years. He attributes this to their
manner of living, and the loose way
of their being governed. This with
me raises a very grave question, as
tho reflection naturally comes to
me, "Who shall take their place?"
I may say once for all that Chi
nese would not suit me.
Mr. Bush informs me that very
great dissatisfaction is rifo in your
kingdom, which may at any moment
culminate in revolution ; that nlnc
tenths of the taxes, out of which
your own salary is paid and with
which your government is carried
on, arc subscribed by or collected
from white people, who for tho pur
pose of finding profitable investment
for their capital havo placed it in
machinery, mills, and plantations
on Hawaiian soil, and who roundly
assert that at present they have no
voice in the disbursement of the
monies they contribute; and that
for the future they arc determined
to havo a voice, and to use it for
the public good.
Since I have known English I
have read history much, and I find
that tiie story js always the same
with these white peopje, and that
they eventually carry their ppint,
sometimes firmly and quietly, some
times extravagantly and through
blood, as for instance in France at
the end of tlio last century.
I have rend sufficient Iq convince
me that in tho end one man power,
or despotism, has always to give way
'to popular manifestation, ntbougli
tho time taken for tho change may
be long or short. In Samoa, at
present, I have none of tiieso
troubles to face.
One good turn dpserves another,
and filled as I am with grave sur
mises as to tho uncertainty of human
arrangements, and more especially
the fates of rulers and kingdoms, it
seems to me that the best way to
reciprocate your interference in the
affairs of Samoa will bo to givo you
what I consider sound advice, viz. :
1st To occupy yourself wholly
and solely with tho affairs of your
own country. They need all tho
attention you can spare, if you
desire to remain there as ruler.
2nd To pacify, so far ns you
can, the American party who put
you on tho throne of vour country.
nnd who otherwise may become just
. . .
in endeavors to put you
where you wcro
originally, and inauguralo a re
public. This would bo a serious
misfortune both for yourself and
your friendsj who now draw largo
sums out of thp tax monies, aud
who then would draw nothing nt all.
3rd To do nway with, at once
and for ever, all nonsenso of creat
ing orders, and naming companions
nnd officers .nd knights of thoso
orders. This may do very well for
tlio old and respectable monarchies
of Europe, but is qulto out of placo
in a littlo paltry state of aborigines,
so douo to nn enormous republic
where all those fjrvolitics aro laughed
at, and all excrescence? fit nobility
4th To annul, at once nnd for
ever, nil creations of olllccs of rank,
such ns Liculcnaiits-Gcneial, Ad
mirals, and fellows of that kind.
The tax payers don't like it, and
won't stand it.
5th To consult tho interest of
the tax payers alone, nnd never
your own, in promoting persons
white or brown to positions of
trust, in the public olllccs, and that
the last qualification for ofllco shall
bo that their wives arc good-looking,
Gth To see that the roads in and
about your metropolis aro kept in
perfect order. Bad roads invari
ably menu bad government.
7th To lop off, at onco and for
ever, nny people attached to your
Court or Court-yard, drawing pay
for doing nothing. Tho tax payers
arc averse to it.
8th To avoid by every means in
your power dipping your hand into
the public puiso, and bo watchful
tlint none of your dependents receive
bribes for opium concessions from
two or three parties, or from any
other source. In fact, to content
yourself wholly and solely with what
is allowed you by the public, and
never let them think they could get
a better man for less money.
9th To inculcate by your own
example and by the strongest ad
monition to your Ministers, that one
aud all aro but servants, for the
time being, of the tax payer, with
out any Grace of God in the matter;
and that those of all classes in the
public scrvico who have been
feathering their nests by spoliation
and by malversation of public funds,
arc liable by every law of both God
and man to impeachment nnd entire
confiscation for the public benefit,
of all they have amassed.
On the other hand, I would allow
no public discussion of politics as in
the United States. In my littlo
country I havo bccii terribly an
noyed by adventurers who have gono
so far as to say that in San Fran
cisco they would undertake to find
men, who, for seven dollars and
fifty cents nnd a drink of whiskey,
would have no scruples at pitching
some stuff contained In little globes
of glass beneath my feet, and blow
ing me to the devil, as the easiest
means of solving tho situation. I
do ail in my power to put a stop to
all talk of this kind.
If I have said anything to hurt
your feelings, pray excuse me. We
rulers arc only here for a biief
period, which depends mainly on
how wo conduct ourselves, and we
can, so the missionaiios say, carry
nothing away with us. I am getting
thirsty, nnd must subscribo myself.
Your Majesty's Loving Brother,
N. B. Excuse me if I beg you
in the next parcel you send me, to
put in three or four pairs of old
Next week is the Holy Week, also
called the Great Week, tlio week of
the Holy Passion, the Penal Week,
the Week of Forgiveness. This
week is called by these mysterious
names, because it is tho week in
which the Church commemorates
Christ's death and burial, and reminds
us of the consummation of the work of
our redemption. It could bo called,
like the very first week, Creation
week, because by the death of the
God-Man, which it reminds us of,
creation was lonewed and man re
stored to his original dignity and
forfeited claims. The custom of
keeping Holy Week dates from
Apostolic times. It is true that tho
first day pf Holy Week is Palm Sun
day, iu which Christ's triumphant
entry into Jerusalem is ehiolly con
templated ; but, iu fact, Holy Week
begins with Monday, and not with
the Sunday. During tho week no
more joyous chant may be heard of
tho Church, but all her chanting,
ceremonies and vestments arc so
many signs of her mourning. The
gospel at mass is tho history of the
Passion of our Lord, according to
tlio four Evangelists, whose differ
ent relations of lint stupendous
event are read or 'Sling, vi;;., Mat
tlifuv's pn Pajm Sunday, Murk's
on Tuesday, Luke's on Wednes
day, and John's on Good Friday.
On Thursday, which is called
Holy Thursday, albo Maundy Thurs
day, tho institution of tlio Holy
Eucharist is joyfully commemorated
at the one mass which can bo said
in the same church. And then the
bells, after ringing at tlio gloria
of tho mass, do not sound again till
the gloria in tho mass of Holy
Saturday. The altars are shipped,
and thei follows the washing of tho
feet 'called .'inandatuni," which
means commandment, from lho
words of our Saviour "a new com
mandment I givo unto you, that you
lovo ono another," whence the Eng
lish word "Maundy." On this day
the Pope washes the feet of 18 poor
porsons, all of whom aro priests.
In catholic countries it was tho cus
tom of sovereigns to wash them
selves tho feet of 12 poor men in
resemblance of what our Lord had
done ; nnd this is very likely kept
nowadays yet in Austria, when the
Emperor washes tlio feet of 12 poor
men. On Holy Thursday the holy
oils' to boused for tlio administra
tion of tlio sacraments of Baptism,
Confirmation, Extreme Unption, and
Holy Orders, during the wlipjoycar,
aro consecrated with a grand
solemnity, by tho Bishop, nsslstod
by several priests.
Oh Holy Friday, also called Good
Friday, tho Church compicraoratcs
tho Passion and death of 'Christ, 89
that it is the most'eail and solemn of
nil tho days in Holy Week. The
officiating clergy appear in black
vestments. Tho cross which 1ms
been mi to tlio lime covered with
black is exposed to view, nnd kissed
by clcfgy and people. But tlio most
striking nnd singular feature in tho
Good Friday ritual is the uncclc
braltng of tho Holy Mass, which
must bo celebrated on every other
day of the year.
Holy Saturday, which is the Inst
day of Holy Week, reminds us of
tlio sepulture of our Lord.
And when Holy Week is closed,
then the souls of men nwako from
the grief and affliction, in which
they havo been buried during the
week of our Lord's Passion, to greet
and ndoro our triumphantly risen
Hedcemor, saluting each other with
the Angel's r, ords "Cluist is risen ;"
and the Easter bells catch the glad
murmur from the lips of men, and
chant together in their lofty towers
"ChriBt is risen, Alleluia." Easter
Sunday, more properly called Pas
chal Sunday, is tho day of our
Lord's resurrection. Easter is of a
pagan origin, being derived from
the Saxon Eastrc, tho divinity of the
dawn, while pasclia has a Christian
meaning. This word pasclia is of a
Jewish origin; it reminds us of
the Passover or Pasch, n feast
celebrated on lho 14th of Nisau, and
instituted iu commemoration of the
wonderful deliverance, which God
wrought for the Jews on the night
of their exit from Egypt. The de
stroying angel smote tlio first boin
of Egypt, but passed over tho house
of the Hebrews. This deliverance
was grunted on a certain condition.
Each head of a Hebrew was to slay
a lamb or kid without blemish 011
the evening, sprinkle its blood on the
lintel and side posts of the door, and
then when the lamb had been want
ed, no bone being broken, it was
eaten by all the family with un
leavened broad and bitter herbs.
That lamb prefigured tiie true pas
chal lamb, Jesus Cluist, by whom
we nre delivered from the bondage
of in, and the blood of the lamb
prefigured the blood of our llo
decmer, which was shed to tho last
drop for tho washing away of our
Easter is called "tho feast of
feasts;" it is the greatest of chiis
tiau solemnities, being the founda
tion of our Faith, for as said St.
Paul in his 1st epistle to the Corin
thians (xv 17), "if Cluist bo not
risen again, your faith is vain, for
you aro yet in your sins. Then they
also that arc fallen nslocp in Christ,
are perished. If in this life only we
have hope in Christ, wo arc of all
men most miserable. But now
Christ is risen from tho dead, tiie
first fruits of them that sleep."
FniDAY, April 1st.
In the probate division of the
Supreme Court, this morning, His
Honor the Chief Justice heard the
application of Joseph P. Mendoncn,
administrator of tho cstato of Do
mingo Lopes Ramos, deceased, pray
ing for confirmation of sale of real
estate belouging to tho deceased.
Tho sale was held yesterday in tho
auction's rooms of Lewis J. Levey,
and two parcels of land situate in
Kalllii, Honolulu, were offered for
sale. The purchaser of the first
parcel was His Excellency A. Rosa,
for the sum of 900, and Domingo
Cabral was the purchaser of the
second lot, sold for $350. His
Honor after examining the auc
tioneer's account and affidavits ns
to regulation of sale found the order
of Court duly complied with, and
ordered the sale confirmed and
deeds to the purchasers to bo made.
Hon. Cecil Brown appeared for the
HAUKAS COItl'US OASIJ.
The habeas corpus case, in which
F. P. (I03 Santos is the prisoner,
was before His Honor Justice Pies-'
ton this afternoon, and the 'argu
ment of counsel was unfinished as
wo go to pros?. Sonhor Canavarro
was present during tho' proceedings.
A Memorial Service
FOR THE LA.T.E
Will he field 111 Kawaiahao Chinch,
Sunday Eyoning, April 3rd,
At 7 :!10 o'clock,
An oration will bo delivered by Hov.
II. II. Parker, and short tpcecho by
Hon. 8. U. Dole, Hov. J. Waiamau, and
Rev. S. Wahvalolo.
Tha friend? of the deceased and the
public generally aro Invitty).
Per oulcr of the Cominlllco of 'J,
Mortagce'N Notice ol' lu
tenljon f,o Foreclose.
NOTJ OK IS HEIU311Y O f VKN THAT
in accordance with a power of cajo
contained iff 11 certain moitL'iico deed,
dated tho 16th day nf March, IPSO, nmdo
by Alo, of Honolulu, in Iho Island pf
Oahu to.Shnr Yoik, of tho hinio placo,
aud recorded iu lliu ollicu of the Regis
trar of Conveyances in Liber 100 on
pages 1!17 and 188, and for 11 bicaoli of
conditions in said moilgugo contained,
to.wlt; tlio nonpayment thereof, All
and hlnctilar tho premises described in
tnld mortgage deed will nfter tho time
limited by law bu bold at publlo auction
Tho propeity to bo Fold under tho said
power of sale Is all of the right, lltlo
and Interest of lho (-aid Alo in und to a
ceitmn lease, of land situated at Kuulu,
Nuuanu, Honolulu, inajfo by J. K.
Kininaniano to tnld Alo, and HTrded
In Liber fl!) on png03 8C5-0.7. Full part
tlculaiB may bo had of Jonn, Austin, at
14 Kiiahumanu street.
Uy IiIb Attorney, Jonn. Austin.
Honolulu, March 23, 1B87. 01 Ut s
Al'URNISHKI) OOTTAQK AT
Waiklkl; be.iutlful idiado trees,
and fiuoEc.i.bthlnc. Apply (0
100 2w is. 8. OUNIIA.
COTTAGES TO JLET.
rpiIREK NIOR COTTAOES, l'ART
X ly furnished, nnd suitable for
houncKccpliiir, aro to lot nt Wnlklkl.
Apply to ALLKN HKHlilRtT, or to this
Auction Salo of Elegant
Household Furniture !
Hy 01 dor of Mr. J. H. (WRTLH, wo
will fell nt Publlo Auction nt his re.
deuce, corner of Klnau and Knplolinl
streets', (on account of departure),
On Tuesday, April 5tlj, 1887,
At 10 o'clock, a. 111., tho entire House
hold Furniture, cntnpi icing in part
SOFAS AND CHAIRS,
Upholstered Turkey Knsy Chair,
1 1JnPinrlitfltfiiinirnir Piflnnl
X UUlltllU MIUIUMIU 1
In good ooiHiibii,a tine Instrument,
1 icijAck isiioxy taism:.
Bronzo Figures anil Vases !
1 Large l'l He Glatj Minor,
1 Easy S fa (Upholstered iu Plush),
Drawing Doom Curtains Engraving
ami I'iotinu- Including
Othello, nititfilnli'iir, winter DolornHO,
Fine Koa Sideboard
1 Mnhnirany liurcaii Honk C'aic,
Hack Walnut Writing Desk,
Ii W.Dlnlng Chain, (h-atherM'atsi),
1 .lapani'SB S3iccn,
I Ash Marhlo Top Bedroom Set!
Spring and llnir Mnttioses,
Statuette and Pedestal "Dice 'I hiouer"
A Se'eet Llbraiy of MisrclhinaoiiH
1 "Uncle Sum" Hmgo with Water
Hack Tank and Jlolltr, Kitchen
t Carriage Horse!
Haiiic-s, Itifrlgci.itor, Mm Sife,
Gulden 'lonH, c'c., etc.
A LOT OF ASSORTED FERNS!
Tlio I'roiniM'i will bo open for Inspec
tion on Monday, Apiil 4th, from 12
m. to '1 v. Jl.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
f!l lw Auctioneers
AUCTION SATjE OF
Hy order of OAI'T. FULLER, we will
icll at Public Auction,
On Thursday, April 7th, '87,
At 10 o'clock, a. in., nt his residence,
No. 8 lvtikui Street, tlio Household ln.
ldturo consisting of
Black Walnut Marblo Top Etagare
Marble Top Oent'o Table,
Vienna Obaiiv, lockci,
BLACK WALNUT AND PLUSH "SOFA!!
1'ioluro, UlltMant 1 Clock.
I'nsy Chair, Ottoman,
BLACK WALNUT BOOK CASE
Hooks', IlrackrH, C'al. Laurel Table,
Center Hug, D'or Hub',
11. W Hair Cloth Lounge,
It. AV. KteuMon Table,
B. W. Marblo Top fcideboard
China, Glaa nnd Ciockery Waic,
I B. W. Marble Top Bodroon Set
Hinglo I! AV. Hedslead,
Holler's Tiav, lUfrlgcrntor,
1 SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
(in good ordei.)
1 Hocking Uoimj, 1 Uinyclc,
KITCIH: UTHKMII.M, V.TV., JETC".
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
?) 81 Auctioneer.
FF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X adveilUe itiu the Daily Hum.utin
H, HACKFELD & GO.
Oiler for talo
FiomthoStadtuctnkolleriii Hi omen
10 Cases Wohloner Aii3lose,
10 ' Kioclriohor (.Pints),
10 ' Nackenhoimor,
10 " Nierstoincr,
Till liiiiuiiili! Depot,
Ttili'llhonp, J'O'. V. O. Hov l0
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly puru and niado by strain, lu
Hvlnud's Anti.AtiuDsphi'i'Io Appniatus
with glass ipimps. All copper ills,
pei'bed with. Tlio newest intent in
Europe (1B80J. f
Oi-yntal Vnlvo HottlfH
Only In use for Tahiti Lonionadde, Oreip
adlno mid Perfeut dinger Ale, at 7") cents
perdo.en, dcllvoroil loiiuv part of tlio
olty. And (Jodd's P.itent 11ufb Stoppers
lor tlio celeliiattd pi 1111 dry
Ho highly elllcaclous for dyspepsia, as
supplied to all lho principal l'-nnilies in
Honolulu, nnd exeliibhely to II. H. M.'s
vesseU of war.
Iwluid i;ar(j-H ptofpiitly I'teijituil to.
SUNNY SOUTH SrEAM "WORKS.
ApilIl,lBS7. 1590 ly
JOB PRINTING ol nil kindt, exc
cuted at tho Daily Dui.luih Olllco
50 Cases RJilne
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Thero nro now rcglsteio'l at the Agon,
cy, IloolckccpeiH, Engineer, I'linttillnn
T.uins, Carpi nfer, Hollers, Cook",
Hoys, clc, m, bo aro pecking employment,
nnd many of whom ran furiiWi tlio best
of loforcnees if requited,
Vnlunhlo Ileal Estate in desirable
lots for salo or lcao Convenient Col.
tagei to let on favorable lorins.
Tho Old Corncr-(Nollo's) lor Salo on rta.
houitblo terms. A into chance for in
vestment. A Lodging Eslabllsln.ienl rnnvciuciitlv lo.
cated, paying handsomely, to bu'bad
nt a baigalu.
Pull particular given upon applica
tion nt thu igoncy,
No. 38 Merchant Slrcol, Honolulu.
Hull TclcDlionu :us. f. O. Ilox-tlft.
Bangano Express, 90.
Stand: Cor. Fort
nun iving hts in
f 1 out of II run in it's
Harness Miop. All cxptcsago prompt
ly attended to nticusnuahlcraiot. 09 1m
Tea and Oiocliotia Plaits
Young Plants ol Best Assam Hybrid Tea!
Preeon board steamer nt Kiikullinoln,
llnimikiM, Ilawal, al $5.00 iur IOO,
at purclinM-i's lisk.
1M-0, orders lecclved for a small quan
Sccih now ripuilngon treoi nt Kiikul
hnulu 113 aboo, at t? 15.00 jut .
W Jw p. A'. SCHAEFER & CO.
"N THE SUPUEME OOUItT OP THE
Thomas II. Pai'thuson, )
Tin: Hauk Kai.akaua. )
Win re is, In Rciiniu proceeding Jn
Admiitilty. brought by Thomas II. Pat
teitou, against lho 'il'jrk Kalakaua," a
decree and oidm- of salo was made by
tho Ilpn. EdvMiid Priston, Justice of the
Supremo Court, dated:
In puiMiuiicc of said decree I 11111
diiected and coimnindcd by the said
Hnnoiablu Edward Preston, Justice of
tho .Supreme (Joint, to sell wild bark
Kalakaua, her bo.us, lnckle, opparil and
furniture at public auction:
Therefore, noti'-o Is hereby given that
tho said link Ivilakaua, hor boats,
tackle, appncl 11ml fuinituro will bo
told nt publlo auction to the highest
Saturday, April 9th, 1887,
ubor! She now bt-inds al her moorings
in the sticim in iho poii of Honolulu.
TMtUH CASH. Deeds at expense of
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
' M:n f hill.
Honolulu, March !':!, 1S87. t2td
No chaniio in tho rates for tho
Use of Telephones
ifcointcmplatod by tlio
Secietaiy and Treiisuicr.
aH fife "I- I
M Vi kIm m a Jn II
Fishplates, Bolts & Suikes.
II. IIACKFEID & Co.
Chas. T. Guliol? Notary Public
ltccords Searched, Abstract of Tlllo
Furnished, and Conveyances
Drawn on short notice.
Collodion Agcncy.-Mn. JOHN GOOp,
Jit , Authorized Cpllcclor.
Employment Anoncy. Mn. P. MAltCQS,
General Business Anoncy. No. US Mei
Hell Telephone IUH. J O. llox 11,1.
BY A YOUNG LAP V AS GOVKHN"
o's lii ii pilvnto family, Compu
tent to Impart u sound education. Also
I'locutlon, Music, etc, Address, "Gov
ernes.'," Bulletin Ofllco. 0") lw
FOR SALE I
ONI! liAltGK I.pT. cornpr ttcnencola
and Luualllo S?., whlph can bo
divided into two or moio building lots,
Enrpiiioof O. WKST,
.1001 Of West, How & Co.
fr s'f yatXlvgslwgg
fell's Notice of Sale.
Doll Tel. 172. aiutunl Tot. 37a;
P. O. llox 107.
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Beat Estate Apjits, Etc.,
Oiler the following:
Olfico lo l.ol. Piluito ufllcp, hamlscnielv
filled, wntcr coincidence, etc. Part
of .1. 11. ISrown & Co.'s pioinlsos, Mer.
chant Stieel; with desk room outshln
for n olork. Suitable for a notary or
a lawyer, ltenl, with ollleo furniture,
$l'J per month.
Wanted lo Purcliaso or Lease A Collage,
0 or (I rooms, In sonn- health v loci'liy,
within easy ulMmcO of tiwn. Near
Kmina Sircet pielorred.
To flent. A Cottogo on Llllhn M., with
bilcony up Halts, ! looms.
To Rent A Crooni Cottage, coiner Llllbu
and School sts.l In cxcellmt oulcr;
got d kenllty ; Kent 20 mouth.
To rtent Small Colt ago on l.lllha street,
near School st; rent $12.
Rooms to Rent Furnished in tlio best
Rooms to Rent. Four very bnndfomelv
furnished rooms in laigo home; wnfl
sltualed on Nuuniui Avenue. Kent
15 a month each.
To Lot. Tlio bouse and grounds slluatid
In Nuuanu Avenue, icccnlly occupied
by A. J. Cnrtwiight, Jr., Esq.
To Lei. A fi.ioomed Cottage, with Car
liugi! House and Outhouse-, Nuuanu
Avenue, near (lovcinmoiil reservoir,
nbovo ltto Queen Doungor Kmma's
place, with about 2 acres of laud -U .
mile fiom Phmi. Hunt $1(1 per month.
To Lot. A5-roomed C tinge, with kitchen
attached; upper end of iS'uuann
Avenue, opposite "Valley Home," in
excellent older. Dalh and water con- -cnhnccs.
To Let. Shop window with space behind,
In olllcis occupied by J. IJ. lirowu &
Co .Suitable lor Jeweler's (hop or
Notary's olllco. Pent vciy nioderale.
Houso and Lot for Sale. Very deslrablo
residence on Ueictnnla Street. Tho
homo contains I Uedroomi, Parlor,
Dlnlng.ioom. Faulty, , Kitchen and
Unthroom. Mosquito pioof. Houso
new ami well built.
Lot 100 by ICO feet vlth privilege of
buying next lot. Will lie sold cheap.
For Salo or Rent A charming residence
on Klnau street, containing 2 bed
roems, parlor, dining loom, kitchen,
bath, Ac. Garden 1-ont and back;
carriage house, biables and servant's
For Salo. A business (restaurant.) In
center of city. Owner leaving on nc
couut of ill Health. As Icnilld chanco
forencigo'lc man. Capital icquired,
s?tsr0.00. lor pailiculars apply to J.
For Salo or Lease With immediate pos.
session, that valuablo estate known ns
tho NUUANU VALLEY HaNCH,
silnatcd In lho Xuuntiu Valley. 2J?
miles from tho eliy, and undoubtedly
lho mou ellgible'sitn for a milk or
milk and buttci dairy In this Kingdom,
'lho above splendid property may bo
lind on easy terms,
Wanted to Rent. A Cottage, containing
four or live rooms. MuhHio in good
locality, and within tin or fifteen
minuies' walk of Post Olllcc.
For Salo. 1 Open Sldultnr Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Choap. 1 Sqmtio Piano, 7J' Oc
laves, in good order.
1 Upright Piano, 7J Pclaves, in good'
Wanted. A respect iblo woman ns nook
and t nsMEl in a privnto family. A
comfortable home lor buitiblo parson.
Wanted Itespcoiablo youth to assist in u
business establishment in lho city,
and make himself genorally useful;
would rcsldo with tho family; wages,
with board and lodging, $15 a month.
Wanted. Aiespcetulilo Euglih or Gcr
man Gill to assist in a small family.
Situation Wanted Uy a capable man,
thoroughly utiderttiinds the carp of
horses. Uood driver, if required;
married; wlfo good housekeeper and
Situation Wanted lly a Jnpanese. First-
rale servant. Good driver.
Situation Wanted Uy n steady man, as
coaciiman, or chnrgo of stables; high;
ly recommended. Well npqualntcd
Situation WanledJly steady man; mm.
ricd. Understands lho rare of stock;
Good driver. Wile gocd seamstress.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Stieet. fit
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advertise lu the Daily- 1um.etin,
A JAPANESE NUItSE GIUL TO
xa. loou alter ono child. Apply to
Of J.E, IMOWN&CO,
Furnished Cottage for Rent.
rpiIE COTTAGE ON JIEHEI'ANIA
JL htleol, 111 w oudipted by Z. K.
MyeisMll b3 it'iitid lorashoit llmo
to a desirable tenant al a low jnte. En.
qulto ut J. II. Sopor's Stationery Store,
Mciehiuit Stieel, - "03 lw
COTTAGE TO LET.
jMtfi A COTTAGE ()N I1EKI3
KrJSiiilJ ""'i'1 'St-U". n'ljolnliig'tlio
mtup&a residence of .Mrs. Morgan,
Cottage coiitnliih n rooms with k'llchW,
Etc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS ii; CO. '
tfOI LEASE OJ SALE,
rnilE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAi,
X klkl, at present oroupled bv G. D,
Frecth. Apply atolllooot '
FlUETII A PEACOCK,
1512 If 2J Nuuanu stieet.
S),0()0 TO LOAN!
nnilE uiidorslgmd havo Sixty Tlious.
JL iijjd Dollars to lptun, iu sums tof ntty
less than ono 'housaud dollars "nppu
SMITH, THUHbTON & KINNEY,
lOIIUf CO Fort Street, Honolulu.