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MONDAY. APRIL 4. 1887.
OPIUM SMOKING BY NATIVES.
From Nawiliwill, Kauai, wo have
received credible information that a
Hawaiian named Keawe, of that
place, has bought 25 tins of opium,
wherewith he not only supplies the
adult natives of the vicinity, but
entices young native boys into his
den, and teaches them to use tho
drug. One day last week, four
young boys were treated to a smoke,
shortly after which they were taken
very ill, vomited freely, aud for a
time caused considerable alarm to
their friends. Are not the natives
perishing fast enough? Must they be
taught opium smoking? They will
learn it quick enough under the new
opium law without being specially
induced to do so by one of them
selves. This man has no licence to
vend opium, and should bo sought
out and severely punished by the
INGRATITUDE- OF STnANCERS.
Following is an extract from a
letter sent to a friend in Honolulu (
by a resident on one of the other
islands. It is severe on a class of
individuals, members of which occa
sionally impose themselves on the
hospitable island people. Everyone
who has had any experience in the
country districts, whether of this or
tho other islands of -the group, knows
bow conspicuously kind and hospit
able tho people arc. They keep
open house., open heaits, and free
tables. To offer compensation for
favors received, is to offer an insult.
The' welcome the stranger from
pure lurgc-lieartcd hospitality, and
the least he can do, and will do, if
he is a man and not merely the
jmngo of one, is to think, feel, and
speak well of the people who have
treated hhn so well. Wo feel
ashamed that anyone fiom the capi
tal should have acted otherwise, as
would appear to have been tho case,
from tho extract just now referred
to, which lias been handed to us for
publication, and is as follows : -
"You who live in Honolulu, know
very littlo how often wo of tho other
Islands are called upon to show
hospitality to entire strangeis. True,
there are no hotels, but is that any
reason why every Tom, Dick, or
Harry, should look upon 'it as his
right, to be admitted to tho homes
of our best families? And yet this
is the case. The hospitality ex
tended by tho foreign population of
tho Islands has become proverbial,
and friends, nil know themselves to
bo heartily welcomed. For strangers,
letters of introduction are tho 'Open
Sesame' to tho Island homes, and
many can testify, that in no country
in the world, aro better hosts to bo
found than in Hawaii. Wo, on tho
other band, can say wim irum, mai
often, tboso strangers liavo so en
deared UwmsoIyci to u, that it is
with deep regret wc seo tboui take
their departure. Wo do not look for
any return for our hospitality, but
we expect that every one who has
shared our homes for a week, or
even a day, should at least epeak
well of bis entertainers. As a rule
this is so, but occasionally, after the
stranger leaves, bo has only biting
sarcasms, and unkind criticisms of
the private life of those who so
kindly admitted him to their homes.
Some people leave Honolulu for a
tiino to truvel around, and see the
adjacent Islands, some go on official
business, some, to further n personal
object, and their friends in town
inquire : 'Where will you stop? you
are not acquainted there 1' Anil
tho answer comes without hesitation.
'Oh! I'll Hud a place some one will
have to take me.' But wo on the
other Islands are growing tired of
the imposition, growing tiled of
sheltering people, far below us in
social status, who como to enjoy
good food, and return to Honolulu
with sneers and contempt for their
entertainers, and the day will come
when we will be less good natured,
less hospitable, and strangcts will
not be admitted into our home cir
cles. That is certainly our due, that
people should be grateful for the
kindnesses received at our hands,
that they should respect family prin
ciplcs, customs and prayers, for
these travellers must not forget,
they arc not in a hotel, and that they
ought to conform to the habits of
tho family, even if they have not the
same opinion on all subjects. To
tidictilc their entertainers, to speak
ill of tho community in which they
have sojourned, as has been done,
while it annoys us some, only tends
to show that most contemptible trait
in tho human character ingrati
tude." FOREIGN MEWS.
The Planter and the Clans
Spreckcls, from San Fioncisco,
bring papers to the 18th instant,
from which the following late news
has been clipped :
Philadelphia, March 14. The
Avages of the employees of the
Philadelphia and Reading Railroad,
increased from 8 to 15 percent.
The increase begins to-day, and will
affect at least 500 men, exclusive of
those at Port Richmond aud the
freight handlers at the depots. This
action of the company is the result
of a conference which was held
Saturday between an Arbitration
Board representing the employees
and the General Superintendent. It
is understood that a similar advance
was to be granted the employees at
other points along the road.
Popular excitements and sensa
tions succeed each other among our
mercurial population, as one wave
follows another. Friday last, 100,
000 people turned out to honor the
memory of the late pastor of Ply
mouth Church. On Saturday many
thousands, with totally different
emotions, thronged tho wharves and
went down to witness the departure
of the Dauntless mid Coronet. Al
ready Beechor is well-nigh forgotten.
It is astonishing to sec what vast
numbers of people of leisure there
are, which occasions of this kind
bring together from all nooks and
corners of the city.
JSew York, March 14 Wall street
financiers and capitalists aro mani
festing interest in the repoit from
Buenos Ayres that a reputable aud
powerful syndicate has been organ
ized in this city to build a railroad
in the Argentine Republic. The
capital is put down at $20,000,000.
Already they havo agents on the
ground studying the He'd, bo as to
be ready at a moment's notice to en
gage in negotiations not only for the
consti notion of railways, but to
make investments also in internal
,and foreign navigation. The author
ity for these statements is our Consul-General
at Buenos Ayres, Mr.
Hanna. The large capitalists to
whom ho alludes are New Yoikcrs.
New York, March 5 The jury
in tho suit 'Of the Panama Railroad
against Elio Stacey Chattier, son
of Prof. Chattier, which has been
on trial for the past week before
Juclgo Donohue and a jury in the
Supreme Court, and brought it to
recover about S50,000, which, it
was charged, Chattier had failed to
account for during the time that ho
had acted as bookkeeper for the
company at Aspinwall, brought in a
scaled verdict to-day, finding against
Chartier, together witli interest for
nearly S12,O0Q. A motion for a
new trial on the ground that tho
verdict was against the weight of
evidenco was denied.
New York, March 15 Pilot Yates
of Pilot-boat No. 1 , which came in
hero this morning, reports that be
saw tho schooners Coronet and
Dauntless passing Fire Island on the
evening .of Saturday last, and that
tho Coronet was then one mile and
a half ahead. Ho had no doubt
whatever as to their rclatlvo posi
tions. Chicago, March 15 Tho New'
Washington special of tho 14th
says; I am told that tho resigna
tion of Secretary Kndicott has been
tendered to tho President and will
be accepted. Tho story pomes hero
from what is said to be' good author
ity. Tho immediato cause ,pf his
alleged resignation is said to bo a
protest of tho new Surgeon-General
of the Army at the action of tho
Secretary iu removing surgeons and
making details without consulting
ltim, or, in other words, in permit
ting General Drumm to reward his
friends and punish his enemies in
tho general orders of tho army.
Jaoksouvillo, FJa., March 15.
Captain Eads suffered from a cold
contracted winter before last, but (
careful nursing, it was thought,
would bring him through. March
let ho went yachting with friends.
On his return ho complained of
severe pains in the breast. Medical
advice was summoned, and every
thing possible was done to arrest the
disease, bill without avail, and at 12
o'clock Tuesday morning, the 8th
lust., he expired. Captain Ends'
wife and his daughter, Mrs. Hazard,
were at his bedside, and accom
panied the remains to this city.
NcwYoik, March 15. Dr. Mc
Glynn's failure to start for Fortress
Monroe on Saturday surprised his
friends cousidcinbly. The cause
loaned out ycsici uny, aim according
to thoM) in a position to know is as
follow : Among tho Doctor's friends
at Roma is an American Bishop, who
has been in correspondence with him
ever since the trouble began. About
n fortnight ago this prelate wrote to
Dr. McGlynn that his case was being
considered favorably and that his
reinstatement was reasonably cer
tain if he would only remain silent
a littlo longer. Dr. McGlynn was
strongly tempted to make another
defense of his cause, but he re
frained and made preparations to go
South. Last week a letter cainc
from Cardinal Gibbons, who is now
looked upon as the Doctor's advocate
before the Holy Sec. His letter
differed somewhat from that scut to
Dr. McGlynn by his friend, in that
he advises the Doctor to come to
Rome at once. He assured the
Doctor he expressed the wishes of
the Pope in giving this advice. The
Pontiff wished the Doctor to pay
him a friendly visit and he would
feel certain of a cordial greeting.
Dr. McGlynn thereupon decided not
to go South.
New York, March 15. Secretary
Daniel Manning sailed for Europe
on the steamer Arizona this morn
ing. He was accompanied by his
wife and daughter. Manning said
the journey was taken iu hopu that
tho tonic of the sea air would benefit
his health. He was feeling strong
and the cold he caught in Washing
ton had almost entirely left him.
His old complaint had not tioubled
him for six months. C. N. Jordian
sailed on the steamer.
Newark, N. J., March 12. Frank
M. Scott, cashier of the publishing
firm of Webster & Co. of New York,
was arrested at his home to-day
charged with embezzling 20,000
from the firm. He was committed
Boston, March 14. Hon. Ebeu
F. Pillsbury died at his residence at
Mclrobo, last night. Ho had been
in poor health for some time.
Atlanta, Ga., March 14. William
Warring Habersham, a mining en
gineer, has discovered within twelve
miles of Atlanta a lead of rose
quartz, which assays over 81,100 a
ton. The gold vein was found at a
depth of forty feet, and has the
general ticiul of the great gold
bearing leads of the country, north
east and southwest. Native miners
have taken out over $10,000 by pan
ning ami surface mining witli only
tho moat primitive inuuhiuery. One
miner panned out 83,500 in nine
months fiom the gravel found in the
bottom of a little creek, which inns
through the properly. Thjs dis
covery of so great a quartz lead
has created considerable excitement
New Yotk, Mai eh 11 The Tn
dime's Ottawa special says: Cap
tain Scott, R. N., Admiral of the
Canadian Navy and Commander of
the cruiser Acadia, has completed
all the arrangements for beginning
the Jlshory protective service on
April 11th. Tho fleet will be con
siderably increased, The gunners
will be picked men from thu British
Navy. The seamen will bo drilled
two hours daily and their exercise
will include pi actice at great guns,
as well as cutlass and musketry in
structions. J. N. Webster, father-in-law of S.
B. Wakefield, President of the San
Francisco Stock Board, fell from
tjie cars whilo on his way to San
Diego from Dps Moines, Iowa, and
died from his injuries. He was
seventy-six years old.
The Picsident has pardoned
James McGrath, sentenced in Cali
fornia to a term of three years and
a line of 850, for assault with a
deadly weapon. lie 1ms served hjs
suulencc, and the fine only is re
mitted, tho Picsident being con
vinced of the justice of this act by
what he describes "tho manly and
reasonable letter of the piisoner."
Los Angeles, March 14. The
Stato Board of Health, which ar-
ived yesterday, has been in execu
tive session this morning. It will
appoint inspector to guard all the
nppioaclies from Mexico and at
points where infection is likely to
spread. Gteat indignation is felt
over tho sensational and exagge
rated reports published iu a"San
Francisco journal relatives to the
small-pox here, especially such us
the chaigo that information relativo
to the disease has been suppressed
by tho newspapers and olllcials.
Such is not the fact. The local
newspapers have published the facts
each day for the past tlnee weeks,
and they have been telegraphed
broadcast. One moro death oc
curred Sunday, making five in all
since tho disease commenced, and
ono new case is reported. There js
ono caso at Mbjuv.o."
News has been received from
Uganda Janiimy 24th, showing
that tho Catholic and Protestant
missionaries wcro well ; that quiet
has been rcstoicd, and that tho con
verts wcio still iu hiding.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of tho I'nci'lc S g'ir
Mill will be held fit thr offl p nf F A.
Schnofcr &'Co., TO.VORHOW, Tues
day, tho rth April, 18s7 ai il p. m
Per order II. BEN I KS,
01 tt Hocretary.
Tho BEST HOT CROSS BUNS con be
FRIDAY, APRIL 8lh,
Fiom 0 a. iu , until li p. tti., and will be
To nr.y put nf the city.
Send in jour Order Kitrly.
Am Freitng don 8 April, Vormit
tags 11 Uhr, Dculsclicr Gotlcsdionst
durch Ilerrn Pastor Ihcnbcrg in dor
Y. M. C. A. Hull.
Kaiscrlich Dcutchcs ICousulat,
1001 4t Honolulu.
THE ANNUAL SHOW
Will be held litis ve-ir in the Stcli tyV
Large Hull at the Govirtuneiit Nuisery
on King Strict, aud udj iceut ground?,
dm lug the
Second Week of May
on n day, or din f, to bo turned
Exhibits nru Invited in the various
division uumut iu the bchciliile given
There will bono exhibition of Horses,
Stock or Ca tie, "for nit-ons which liuvu
uliemly Inen niuije ptiLlic.
Programme of Show.
Division I. Horticulture.
Pil.cs will be given ns follows:
the let vaileiy of Fmlls
the lieu specinl Fnilis
thu best growing Fetus
ihe best (out) Roses
till ' best fi.utl Slmilw niul
tltc best growing Palms
tin: beat Oichids
tho best llotiitivt
the best Flnrul designs
the hist Yogi tables
Division II. Dairy Produce-
1 For the bctFiikln of Butler 10 lbs
2 For the Second best ditto ditto
a For the best pound "f Iiuitcr the
Exhibitors boing hou-so - keepers
111 iking their own Butter
4 For thu hetond hot ditto ditto
0 For die bet Ohoeso
Division III. Agriculture.
1 For the be-t Hue
2 Fo; the bibt Cereal (other than Rice
U Fir thu best Fodder Plants
4 -For tho best Sugar U mo
fi For the best Sugur
0 For the best Hawaiian Money
Division IV. Domostio Manufactures.
1 For the bust vi'lely of miitt
2 For tho best exhibit!) of men's hols
!) For tho best ex llilu of women's do.
4 For thu best Kupu
G Fur tho hurt exhibits of Calabashes
luado from Hawaiian wondc
(J For thu butt liow.s of Wood cr Oo.
7 For the bn'tcxhihltf of un'lyo inude
Ornamcntc of uny dt-suriptiou
f For thu buHt uxltlbit of Ariluclul
Flowtrs anil Wreaths
f For thu best homo made Saddle
10 For tho best bonic.mudu llnrnibs
Division V. Poultry and Birds
Prizes will bo ghen for exhibits of a
High Olas ( tin actor In all clas-is
of Domu-tlc Fowls anil Cugu Birds,
OSrSPECIATi NOTIOE-Prizcs will
also bu given for merllot ions exhibit' in
any of tho above DUItloiif, although
not filling within the publliliid classi
fication. RULES for tho guidance of exhibit
ors will bu furnlsliid on application to
MEMBERS of the Society will not
bu charged enlrauco feet for their ex
hibits or fur udnilsimi to tho fchow.
MEMBERS aro requested to puj their
BiiWrlptlontfor tho current year to ihe
Treaijtirir of tho Bociely, MR 8 M. DA.
By order of tho
Board of Management,
J. . YV13UIJ,
1CQ1 at Secretary.
AFURV1SUKD COTTAGE AT
Wulklkl; Icauttfiil slimio treos,
and Can) sea-bitlilni;. .Apply to
100 2w h.S. OUNHA.
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpHREE' Kill! COTTAGES, PART
X ly furnished, and niliulile for
hnuHkccpltii:. are to b-t nt Wulklkl.
Apply to ALLEN IIKRBEHT, or t tills
ONE TRAM CAR ANU 100 FFET
of T Rillc. six t'otui'ls to thu lout,
wl h bolt hi d flsh-pliites complete
Suitable fi r Waiebouxi- o- Plantnlioii.
Apply to I KM LISTER &Oi).
15 S f
Auction Sulo of Elegant
Household Furniture !
Ily o.dor of Mr..T. It. CASTLE, we
will m' I ut Publlo Aucthnui his red.
dunce, corner nf Kiniiu ami ICnpiul n.l
streets, (on account of departure),
On Tuesday, April 5th, 1887,
At 10 o'clock, n, in. the entlru House
hoi I Furniture, coniprMng In pirt
SOFAS AND CHAIRS,
Uholtcicd Tuiliey Eiisy Clmli,
1 UDrilit StGiuway Piano !
In j:ooil cnii'llll in, a flue lu trumout,
1 11KAUK KltOXV TAIlIiK,
Bronze Figures and Vases !
1 Lare l'l iic Glim Mirror,
1 Eis. S -f. (UphnlMi'iul in Phi'li)
Drawini: l.uoui Curb In, Engraving"
mid Pieiiiie-i Ini'ludlt g
Othello, Mastlnh-iip, Miuci' Iolorno,
Fine Koa Sideboard
I Miihognnv Unrein lbn k (':im
I lack Walnut ritluj. lJi.k,
II W Dining Chili -".(I 'itber seat".;,
1 .l.t) umsu S ue ,
I Ash Marble Top Bodiooni Set!
Spiiuuiin I Hi i" Mntlicoe-,
Sun I lie Hng.
Sln'iieile .ml Ptd f ml 'DieuT hto ur"
ami "Venn- "
A Sect lib.iiiy of Mla( nil menus
1 "Uiule Sim" KttiL'c with Wi.ter
Hack Tank and Billtr, Kitchen
1 Carriage Norse!
Harncs, Itifr g.-rutor, Mia Sife,
G ndvii 'linih e c, etc.
A LOT OF ASSORTED FERNS!
Thu Premise will bu open for inspec
tion on Slomlny, Apiil 4llt, lrom 12
m. to 4 1'. M.
E. P. ADA31S & CO.,
(3 lv Auctioneers
AUCTION SALE OF
10 in f L'llUT
y order of CAl'l'. FULLER, wc will
-i'll a' Public Auction,
On Thursday, April 7th, '87,
At in o'clock, ii. m., at hi nsidinc .
No. 8 Kiilun S leet, t iu llolis hold Fin
Blaok Walnut Marble Top Etagare
M ublu T p Out u Table,
Vunnii ( liulr-', llocl.ers,.
BUCK WALNUT AND PLUSH SOFA!!
Picture, Gil. Jlaiit 1 Clock.
Eiy Obaii, O'tauun,
BLACK walnut book case
BooLp, lincUN, Oil La ivl ruble,
Cenlei Hug, D o" Hugs,
II. W Hull Cloth Lounge,
B. W. i:tensinii Table,
B. W, Marble Top fcideboard
Chitu, Glu-s and CiouKerv Ware,
U.I.igbl Cfiiindi llcr-i,
I B. W. Mar bio Top Bedroon Set
tpring Hatiin ,
sFng'u I! W- Hci'stend,
ilutleiV Tiny, R frlgernlor,
1 SINGER SEWING MACHINE,
(in gooil orduiO
1 Ito'kiui; Hum', 1 Hlcycle,
KITC'IIK.V IJTIIXMII.M, RtC, i:TC.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
ffl8t Auo ioncer-i.
F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
. nihertho II in tho Daily ttui.Mvm
H. HAGECFEU! & GO.
Qllcr for Etilo
50 Cases line Wine
From theStniltwoliikullcr In lSioinen
10 Casos Wehloner Ansleso,
10 " Kiedrichor (Pints),
10 " Nackonhoimer,
10 " Nierstoinor,
10 " . Piesportor,
Open every afternoon and
jWusic every Saturday Night.
THOMAS K. WALL,
-10Q1 l'joniletor. ljr
11U1U. x llIilllULUt
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Thern arc now rcglsteio I nt 'lis Agin,
cy, Book-keepers, Kngltieeri', l'liutuilon
LuiiHs, Carpenter", Holi'is, Cooks,
ami many of wlmm cun futnUk tho bcj't
of rclereuccs If riijuiiid,
Ynluiiljlo Ileal Esta'c In deMrablo
lots formic or lcar C'oiivcuiiut Col
lages to let on favorable terms.
Tho Old Corner-(Notlo'sj lor Salo on rin
soluble ii'ims. A a e chance for In
A Lodging Establishment conveniently In.
ciitul, pajiiii: liuiidioiuclv, to bo'liad
ut a largain.
Full p.irticulir glvcu upon nppllca
lion nt tho guucy,
No. 30 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Hell Telephone U4M. 1'. O. llox 415.
Baggago Expro3$, 9G.
Stand: Cor. Fort
ryfgiiW-L " ' Ki'iir Ms,, in
&&&&&? f i out of Il'imuicr's
Hume" hip. All expiu if;e prompt
lyulkiidtdtont le.hon iblc ra m. 1091m
Tea and Cinchona Plants
Young Plants of Best Assam Hybrid Tea!
Fiction beard kleimier tit K lUnllincl"
Hnuiitku i, lliiwni, at 15.00 itiv 100.
nt puivliasei' ilsk.
A i', ouleis ucolvcd for u small qum.
Seeds now riptulnirnii lree tit Kiikui
liuelu an n box c, nt $15.00 ii o5.
!M lw F. A. SCHAEFES & CO.
larslal's Wee of Sale.
IN' 'HIE SUPItEMK COURT OF THE
Hawaiian Ilmi I-.
Thomas II. Patikiison, )
V . V.
Tiik Uaiik Kalakaua. )
Win ro is, In ceitnln jroccullngs In
Admiiiiliy. brought by Tlionn s II. Pal.
ter-ou, ti)!iiiiist thu "B ii k Knl.ikaua," a
d cree and older of s-i.le wi-m i'lo ly
thi llivi Eiluiud Pn ston, Justice of the
Mipriliu Coun, ilutid:
In puri-uuice of sid decteo I inn
dituuleil ii'id louiminileil by thu suit
llononiblu EhMiul Preston, .lu-tlcc ol
tho .Siiprtiue Coutt, to sell -uid batk
KiilaUiiiii. hur biua, tncklo, uppanl aud
lurnliuru at pulllauuctlon:
Tliuiclote, iinth c.is huteby glen Hint
tho Mild hirk Kilnkuua, hnr boats,
t.ickle, uppucl in U Ininitttru will be
'old nl public mullou to the highist
Saturday, April 9th, 1887,
wher shu now Blinds at her mro ing
III Hit' "(11311111 ill 111' iioi t f llo- olulu.
T Rll.i CASH. Deeds at cxpeii! oof
JOHN LO'I'A 1CAULUK0U,
Honolulu, Much 23, 1887 12tJ
No charKo in tho rales for tho
Use of Telephones
h comtsmplutoJ by tho
U7lf Sect clary and Treasurer
If XfUllW U.
II. IIACKFELD & Co.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
ltecords Seiirphcd, At stnict of Title
Finnlslu il, mid Cotivtyances
Hmwii on slmit notice,
Collodion Agency, -M it. JOIIK GOOD,
(.)., AudinrUeil Colleotor.
Eniploymont Agency. Mit. F. MAHCOS,
General Business Agency. No. :I8 Mer
Hell Telephone ii IN. 1. O. llox 415.
BY A YOUNG.LADY AS GOVEHN
es in a private iiiuily. Coinpu.
lent t impart a sound education. Also
E oculloii, Music, etc. Address, "Gov
erness," bulletin Ofllco. oi lw
FOR SALE !
,NE LAHOE I O l con or l'ensacola
Mllll I.Unillllo htft. U'littlll ftin l,n
rtlvliliu into two or moro building lo s.
hpiptltoof G. 1HV,
1601 ' Of West, How ii Co,
Bell Tel. 112. Mill ual Tut. IJ72,
P. 0. Box M.
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Campbell Block, Merchant St..
leal Estate Agents, Etc.,
Oiler Ihe fi.llowlng:
Olflco lo Lot. Private olllcc, liaudscnicly
titled, fitter ccuvciilence, etc. Pait
ol J. E. Brown fo Co.'- premises, Mer
clia'tt Stteotj with disk room outside
for ii clcik. bititablu for a tmimy or
n lawyer Hcnt, with ofllco furniture,
$1.! per month.
Wanted (o I'urchaso or Lcaso.A Cottrge,
C or 0 looms, iu Mill" lienllhy locn 4 y,
wltliln cuy iil-tntue of liwn. Near
Etntut btrect ueferriil,
To rtont. A (Jfliingi) on LIMha St., with
biilcony up stalls, 4 looms.
ToBcnl A C-tooni Collage, i miiT 1,1111m
in. (1 Stlionl tl-i.l lu exetllint oilier;
good 1 entity; Bent L'0 month.
To Ronl Sm ill Cottngo on Lllllia sireet,
near riihool l; run li.'.
Rooms to Ronl Furnished -in tho Lost
Roams to Rent. Four very huud'omcly
luinhliid looni" in largo botue; wrll
sltualod on s ituutiK Avcuiie. Kent
$15 a month each.
To Lei. The housu nnd grounds siluultd
in Nuu.inu Acnue, lecently occupied
by A.J. Curiwiljtht, .Ir, Eu.
To Lot. A Cioomed Ci ttuge, with Cur.
tiigu lloisunuil OtithoiiM'., Nuunnti
Avenue, nu.ir tiovuiiimsiit rcervolr,
ttb.ivu litt- Qui-i'ii Uowiigtr Eiunin's
place, with i bout 2 ncres of laud !
milefioni town. Bent 1(1 luriiiimih.
To Lot. AG-ionmud Ci ttuge.w 1th kitchen
attiiclii.il; upper end of Ntiuuim
Aio.iue, oppii-itti " Valley Hoinu," iu'
OM'rllenl older. 1 nth iind water con.
otil iipci. Heat S If.
To Let. bhop u Indow i Ith pico behind,
iu oil cts (CCkipiod ly J. E. liroun &
Co, Suitable lor Jewelct's rlnp or
Notary's ollko. Bent vc.y mcdenilc.
House and Let for Sale. Very deslrablo
tcsidencc on Beictnnla Street. Tho
h ui'o c'oul.iiiis t lkdrooin-i, Parlor,
lilnliiL'.iooin. Piiuhi, Kitchen and
IJahtoom. Mostiulto ptool. IIoueo
luw a .(I well built.
lot inn by ICO feet with privilege cf
buying ucM lot. Will be sold cl,eaj.
ForSaleorRont A cluimltig rildcmo
ou Kiniiu streci, cuninlnltig 2 bed.
tin ins, jia lor, dining loom, kltohi n.
bath, Ac. Garden t mil nnd buk;
iaMla;:o hoits-f, sialics and set Mint's
ipiii ters delnclieil.
For Salo. A businisi (ribtaurant; In
cmier of city. Outlet I nvlng on ac
count of ill nealtb. As; l ttdiil clinuco
forincigi' lo man. O-i.piml required,
f(!."i00. lor p-irticulais ajply to J.
E. Bioun A: Co.
For Salo or Leaso -With imnteilialo pos.
bis. ion. thai vii'uaMa Cilate Known as
tho KUUANU VALLEY BaNCH.
sltuatid iu tliu Ntiiiaiu Valley. 2JJ
miles fiom the city, and undoubtedly
thu iiiou tllglhlu site for n milk or
milk in dbtiliei iut.1i In this Kingdom.
'1 h't nliovi; "-plui ill I pro uny may bo
h d on i.nsy tunns.
Wanted to Rotnl. A Cotlugp, containing
tour or ilvu room-.. Mi s bu iu good
hxniiy, mil wiibln t. n or fiiiecn
mlnuioi' walk of Post Ofllce.
For Sale. 1 Open Slih-B ir Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Choap. 1 Siptaro Piano, 1 Oo.
tave-i, in g urn cider.
1 Upiluht l'iuno, lYt C'c'mcs, in good
Wanlod. A rcpectiblo woman as cook
ami t) us ttt in a lulvati! fiunly. A
comfortable h unu i x suitiLlj pjison.
Wanted It.' pedal linotith lo assist in a
tm-inos ist'ibllahmeni In tin citv,
and nuko hlnibelf generally u-cful;
would ivtilo with tlicfiinily; wages,
with boaid and lodging, $15 a month.
Wanted. A ici-pt-utili'e Englbh or Ger
iuhu Git I to a-bist in a einiill U mlly.
Slluation Wanted By a capable mnn,
tlioioeghy uudi'i-tu'ids the cnto of
I oies Uuoil driver, if icqtiiied;
m-irriid; wi o good housikecpur and
Sltualton Wanted By a Jupanosc. First,
late servant. Gjoddilvcr.
Situation Wanted By a slindy ninn. us
conciim in, or chiugo of -tables; high
ly iiconiineuili.il. Well acquainted
Situation Wantod By flendy man; mm.
ried. nilcrsianils the enru of stork;
Gord driver. Wife gitd scimstress.
Custom Houae Brokers,
Book3 kept & written up,
8 Merchant Street. 01
"F YOU WANT A SERVANT,
. itilveitiso In tho Daily Bulletin,
JAPANESE .NUHSE GIRL TO
look uftu one eh. Id. Annlv to
07 J.E, UUOWNifcCO.
Furnished Cottago for Rent.
'"PHE (OUTAGE ON REHEI'ANIA
JL httiei, niw oiiupieil by 74. K.
Myuib, v ih h uniid lorabhoit tlmo
to a dihirablo tenant at a low nUe. En.
qulrunt J 11 ."opet's Stationutv Store,
Bleicliant Street, 'jj lw
COTTAGE TO LET.
JT"Av& A COITAGE ON BERE
filSfea! '"nli Stunt, niLoiiilng tho
t!2Sto it'sidencc of Mis, Morpan.
Cottngu coniiilns r looms wiib ktlohcn,
Etc. Apply to E P. ADAMS & CO.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOP AT WAI
JL kllil, ai present occupied by G. D,
Ficcth. Apply at illic" ot
FltLKTH it FEAGUOhT,
1012 If 2J Nuutinu Slicct.
S0,000 TO LOAN!
THE uniloi signed havo Sixty Thous.
anil Dollars to loun, iu sums of not
less than ono thousand dollars upou
8 IITH.THUHSTON & KINMJY,
JOjJitf I (10 Fott Sjrcet, Uouolulu.