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lilt Excellency A. Hua will art a9
Governor of Oaliu during my iibience
from the Kingdom.
' CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
Qovcinor of Oaliu.
Office of Governor of Oaliu,
April lltl), 1887. 09 lw
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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 20. 1887.
A PROMISED LITERARY TREAT.
It will be seen from n notice in
the advertising columns of this after
noon's Buluviin that Mrs. Florence
Williams, a lady who arrived in
Honolulu 1)3' the last steamer from
San Francisco, will deliver a lecture
on Friday evening under the aus
pices of the Library and Heading
Room Association. Mrs. Williams
brings letters of introduction to
many of our first people, and the
notices which we hac been of her
lectures in other places speak in
high terras of her qualifications.
Her lectures arc intended for per
sons of education and literary cul
ture and it is to this class that site
particularly looks for appreciation
and support. Mrs. Williams, who
is a daughter of the late G. 1'. R.
James, not only inherits literary
gifts from her distinguished father,
but has enjoyed the advantages of
intimate association with highly edu
cated and cultivated people, and
has beeu engaged for ten years past
in lecturing on literary and histor
SMALL-POX ON MAUI.
Less than two weeks, ago news
received from Maui, that a case of
small-pox- had broken out there,
caused more or less consternation in
this city. The very word "small
pox" IS sufficient to create a scare,
more particularly amongst those
who remember the experience of the
past, and the last epidemic of six or
seven years ago is fresh in the
memory of most of us. The yellow
flag waved in almost every street of
Honolulu, trado and tiavel were at
a compaiative standstill, an air of
sadness pervaded the city, and
Ministers wcro roundly rated for not
having taken grccautionary measures
to prevent the introduction of the
disease. Nearly a thousand lives
were sacrificed, mid the public
treasury was drained of a largcsum
then that the
from Lahaina tlio other week blioultl
have produced a shudder of dread
In ibis community. The prompt
and proper measures adopted both
(by the. authorities nt Lahaina and
the Hoard of Health here, however,
quickly quieted fears; mid it is
gratifying to learn from subsequent
Infoi ination, that there is inod
ground of hope that the tint case
repotted will also he the labt.
Our object in referring to this
mattor now, is to offer a suggestion.
May not the public ask, with reason,
that tiic Hoard of Health issue a
report on the outbreak of bmall-pox
at Lahaina, as early as practicable ?
How did it get there? Where did
it come from? How long lias it
been there? Where there other cases
antecedent to the one discovered.
These me questions which interest
the public,- and a careful and
thorough investigation on the spot
mil hI furnish an answer to some, if
not all of them. Neither should
there be dilllcttlty in making the
investigation, with u Government
physician and the Agent of the
Board of Health in the district, in
addition to the regular local ofllcials.
Ro doubt, the matter has been, or is
being, enquired into, and the public
would like to know the result when
the enquiry lias closed.
JUDGE'S OPINION OF THE
The Supreme Court in Banco
rendered an opinion to-day respec
ting the opium law enacted by the
last Legislature, or that particular
portion of it which relates to "opium
in possession." According to this
opinion, which is published in another
column of this paper, there is no law
against any person having opium in
possession, and therefore everybody
has as much right, regardless of
nationality or doctor's certificate, to
keep a tin of opium in his house as
a bottle of wine, provided lie can
procure it. .It follows that every
man who has been fined $1,000 and
sent to jail for two years under the
law of 188C, is illegally incarcerated,
and will consequently have to be set
free, and have his 1,000 lcfundcd.
No one can wonder at this opinion,
for any one with ordinary intelli
gence could not construe the Act
THE POLICE DEPARTMENT.
The police force of this kingdom,
andjnoic particulaily that poition
of it appertaining to, or sciving in,
IIouolulu, has.frequently been ad
verted to by the local press, in terms
of anything but a complimentary
or an adulatory character. Now the
time has come when it is possible
for the journalist to lefer to that
body in a somewhat different strain.
The police system, as well as the
police force itself, lias improved
somewhat. It is our purpose on the
present occasion to refer briefly to
the past, point out a few of the de
fects of the present, aud offer a few
suggestions for the ftituic.
A writer to Harper's Monthly,
on the subject of "The New York
Police Department," says, "Now
Yorkers religiously believe that they
have the best police system and the
finest force in existence. As repre
sented by the Board of Aldermen
August 18GG they hold that the
Police Department has readied a
standard of cillcicncy hitherto tin
attaincd, and superior to that of
any force in the country. This
opinion," the writer adds, "ex
pressed after tho funeral of ex
President Grant, may only be that
of a majority, but, nevertheless,
exceptions prove tho rule." To
hold such an opinion as above is
not at all an exceptional case, as
nearly every superintendent or head
of a police force thinks his own body
of men, equal if not superior to any
other similar corps. Now, whether
the head of tho Honolulu police
force, ten or fifteen years ago,
thought it was supeilor to any force
in the world, is more than vc dare
venture to assert, but that he had a
great aloha for the men comprising
it, and considered thcni next thing
to infallible, is a well known fact.
All that could truthfully bo said of
them was, that they wcro strong,
and respectful to tholr superior
olllcers, but they know aB much
about the duties of a policeman,
as a pig does about making poi.
They would make arrests when and
where they pleased, overpower and
ill treat their victims. A caso in
point was the arrest and ill treat
ment of a respectable Chincso mer
chant about six years ago. Fortun
ately for tho victim in thii case,
Marshal Parke visited tho Station
llouso whilst ho was there, and ad
mitted hint to bail, otherwise lie
inm liminTiMTii urn iwmifWM w i wMiii 11,1 1 1, .Km im
mitrtWMiit mMtwtwrfiirtir h vftMmMiijMmtM mtfWiMtfrtfc&maim,
would havo passed tho night in a
felon's coll, merely to gratify tho
spleen and spite of a native police
man. When released, he felt
wrathful, of course, and sought ic
dic33. Tho policeman was lined $15
in the Icnvcr Court. Against this he
appealed,'aiid tho case coming be
foie Chief Justice Harris and a Jury
of Ilawalians, a verdict of ")ot
guilty" wii9 rendered. The Chief
Justice, however, not acquiescing in
the verdict, there and then dismissed
him from the force.
As time rolls on, police matters
have improved somewhat and to
day, the men comprising the force
present as a body, a very formid
able, martial;likc, and respectable
appearance. Uul the main ques
tions aie, (1) do they know their
duties, and (2) in what manner are
those duties performed '(
It is hardly fair to compare them
with the police of New York, or
Boston, or London, or Liverpool,
but in our humble opinion they arc
lacking in a knowledge of what a
guardian of the peace should be
thoroughly acquainted with, and
their movements when on duty, do
not impress a stranger favorably.
They sit down on boxes, lean against
window sills, or against lamp or tele
phone posts, whichever is the soft
est, and only brace up, when they
see the Chief- coining along. In
making arrests they 'are. frequently
known to be cruel in their actions,
rcsoiting to such practices as twist
ing arms, tapping their victims on
tender spots with their clubs, and
manj' other inhuman practice1. In
addition to being strong and well
built, there are many other quali
fications which men should possess
in order to be thoroughly qualified
for the police service. They should
be courteous and truthful, and pos
sessed of powcis of quick percep
tion, tact and endurance.
The police captains are few in
number, and aie looked to by their
superiors as men fitted for the posts
they occupy. They aie not, how
ever, trained policemen. They have
occasionally covered themselves with
credit and renown, in cases where
skill and tact were indispensable.
But there is roonvfor improvement
all round, and in order to attain the
dcsiicd object, there is only one
course to pursue. In view. of the
heterogenous chaiacter of the peo
ple, lcsidcnt and transient, who in
habit this city, tiic head of the
Police Department should lie a man
of experience. lie should go abroad
and reccivo a thorough tt. lining, or
if that is impracticable, a foieign
superintendent from some populous
Eastern city should be engaged and
his services devoted to formulating,
organizing, and drilling our nntive
policemen, and imparting some
hpecial tuition to the Marshal and
All members of Mv.slic
Lodge. No. ii, IC. ui P ,
arc requested ti attend
tho convention tn bo held
THIS EVENING, for
t lie pinpnso of cruder,
ring Knight ltauk and
Visiting Hi others tiru
7.J10 o'clock i-harp.
K. of U. & S.
I linvo this day sold to Mil. F. II 11
DEK, tbu business of iho Cum IIousu
In icfcicuccto tho above, I bog to state
Hint huvlny purchased the stool;, good,
will, etc., ot tho Cum IIousi: Ui.nino
ItutiMH, mid trust that by Mi let, iittcu.
linn to business, and conducting the
fcanio on jiisl-class principle, lo merit a
continuance or tho patronngo bestowed
on my predecessor.
April lOlli, 18S7. 15 lw
A N AnJOUItNKD MEETING
J. tlio Hawaiian C.irrlngo Manufac
turing Co., will bo bu'd TO-MOKIIOW,
Aprl Ulfai, nt 10 t m., at tlio ojllco of O.
T. Gullck, Merchant fPiect.
E. G. SCHUMAN,
15 U Secrotaty.
Lecture 01 Mewre!
MRS. FLORENCE WILLIAMS will
deliver a loctuio entitled
Tlio Man William Shalcospcaro.
FHIDAY EVENING, APHIL 22nd,
At tlio looms tf tlio Lihraiy mid Heading
Room Association, to coinmenro at 8
Tickets ONE DOLLAR, to bo ob.
tained at the Library. 1(5 at
Just received ex "Alameda,"
J'altcriin of 1887; nlxo .
Border & Ceiling Decoration
in gieat variety ut rodurctl price.'.
WILDER & CO.
Ex "Geo. O. Perkins," a small luvolro
of the celebrated
jL JSl. JLj. '
Santa Cruz Lime !
For sale nt lowest rates at
F. A. SCHAEFER & GO.'S
GENTLEMAN OF GOOD AI-
dross nnd not nfrnitl of vvnik, con
obtain lucrntlvo employment bv address
ing JOHN H.SOl'EH, 25 Merchant St.
JAPANESE NUKSE GIIIL. TO
look after ono child. Apply to
,1.E. IIUOM N & CO.
A FIRST-CLASS TAILOR AND
Cutter by an imparling liouc.
13 lw A(lCrC39,H,UUI.LKTIKOFl'ICK.
LADY DESIRES A SITUATION
of trust. 'thoroughly tinniest!.
cuted. K. M.. General Post Olllce.
MISS II. TUCK
HAS REMOVED TO THE OLD
Iliimpliicy House, No. 0 Giidcn
1 .ii nc. Classes for ladies in cmliruldeiy
on Tuesdays and Fmluy, from '.Moll
a. m , nnd from 2 to 4 p. in.; 7.") cents
per lciMin, or 50 renin per hour. Child,
ren's few lag class Wed nesdiiy afternoons
at 2:110 o'clock ; 25 cents per leston.
MISS J. TUCK, formerly teacher or
music in tbu Collego of Notro Dune,
Sin Jose, Cab, is prepare 1 lo givo lc.
sous nu thu plan.) or organ at tlio above
Miss H. Tuck hai lately received n
largo assortment of stumping patterns.
A DIVIDEND OF THREK DOI.
lars per share will bo pld to the
shareholders of the Inter-Uland S-tuain
Navigation Co. ouVEDNE-'DAY, the
0th hiii. J. ENA,
11 ' Scc'y I. I.S.N Co.
DIVIDEND OF TWO DOLLAR
per shun! will bo paid to the stock
holders of"E. O. Hull tt Bou, Linilled,"
ut tho olllce ( f tho Company Apill COth.
14 -It 1j. U. Alius, Scoi clary.
SON. W. E. HOWELL. HAS
full power of utlerncv to net: foi
mo dining my ub'enco fiom tho King
ilom. M. J. ROWELL.
rpiIE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
X Hawaiian Jockey Club will bo
held next Monduy Evening, April 23th,
at tlio Hawaiian Hotel, ut 7 :C0 o'clock,
when tlio adopt Ion of now Uy.laws,
Rules and Hcgnl itions will bo con.
sid-icd. C. O. UEIiGER,
AN AMATEUR DRY-PLATE 1TIO
graphic outfit. Apply at J. WIL
MAMS' GALLERY, Tort Stieot. 1!) !lt
MRS. K. M.OLIPHANT,
Has removed toXo. 3 Wellington Place,
School Street, tlio resldenco of Mr. A.
Cockbuin, opposite C. Afong, Em,
Any person caught ticspassing within
tho enclosure of tho
or breaking, or in nny way damaging,
tlio fences, gates, locks, or buildings will
J NO. II. BROWN
By older of the Hawaiian Jockey
April 18, 1897. Ill lw
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Have jiift opened eases of
AH Ilogskin nnd Half Hogskin,
In Sydney and English Stylos, which
tlioy offer to the Trade at
liberal prices. 12 lw
3(50,000 TO LOAN!
nnilE iindoisiguul have Sixty Tlious
J. mill Dollars to loan, in Bums of not
lets than ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY.
lSriJtf 00 Port Street, IIouolulu.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
IU coluins, $3 per annum,
n v M&iL'FfiB,s?saH
OJT lAIdlt J'-'Oll OA.II3
RON- TANKS, OF
BAGS AND BAGGING.
And a largo variety of other goods too numerous to mention,
Wltl.IWllllIIIUWWWlllIWIIi'yjyi,llllIWIIBMl.l.ll,w,.IUIMW in 1
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Thorn are now registeieJ nt tho Aj;cn.
cy, Book-keepeis, Englnecis, Plantation
Lunas, Carpenters, Hosllere, Cooks,
Boys, el(. who are seeking employment,
and manj of whom can fiiniUli Iho boil
of rcferehrcs if nquiud.
Valtiablo Real Estate In deslrnblo
lots foi hjIo or !euc Coiixcimut Cot
tngcj to lei 011 fnvoi.iblo terms.
Yet another Coilago (o Let or Loaso lor a
Term ol Yoars.
On Llllha street, a short dislunco nbovc
King; lino locution on a genllo tlope,
having the full advantage of the valley
breeres; (ozy, convenient, well appoint
ed, largo jnrd. An opportunity not of.
Still tlioy conic! Just ono moro Collage to
Lot or Lease (or a Term.
A two.vlory Cottage, situated iniikni
of Piinuhoii, two and unc-hnlf miles
from the lol Olllcu; biippllt.il with nil
the convenience-! of a liMirious home
Servant's (piaitcrs; sialilos mid canl.igo
homo. ArteMiii well on ihu pieinUes
All In perfect order.
For Sale. A mro ehar.ca for(n Ranch
man i f small capital i now nfl(irt.il
forci-li. All Iho iippurl'MiaiiceS of a
tbrilly, profitable ranch, hordes,
cullle, mules, hogs, shetp, lonK elc,
eli1., utcc-Miry 101 11111111(11110 woik,
in 11 on tho prriniscs. i-ehedulo and
full pirticulais given on application
lo llio Agtncy.
For Galo. Lcae,g(Kid will and furniiuitt
ol u litst-class lodging house. Bciu
tiful lucjtioii, largo aid moio than
an aero in client line sliudo tries,
large uirv ionms,bigh ceilings; with,
in live mitiulcb' walk ol the Pent Of
fice. Tlio pumifccr 111c now giving
ptolllah o returns, and would not bo
oll'cicd for sale were not tho proprie
tor compelled lo leave the Kingdom
on account ol ill iieattii.
For Sale. Sllll uiifther llrB.class lodg
lug lions', gout.vvlll ami furniture for
Mile situ no on Iteieluuia slrtd;
rniiuw lonvuiienl; alw uj s In demnnd;
a piolltable liivcitnient for people with
The foi tgoing itro chances sildom of
fered to lb Honolulu public.
To Let Tha' veiy commodious homo.
Moiid Known i.s ''Fair Vin.v," on iho
Hank of Punch bowl Hill; fully nj
pmiitul In cvtry icipeci; healthy ulr;
iniignlllceiit slow; convenient loon
tl(in This is a mro opporiiiiilty lor
tv piivute liiuiily lo sicuro n beautiful
home nu moderate term's.
Tlio Old Corner (Nolto's) (or Sale on icn
Mumble terms. A inio chance lor in.
A Lodging establishment roiivcuicntly lo
catjd, pu.vins lt.uidtouieiy, to be had
at a Largaiu.
Pull ji irticulars givtu upon applica
tion at tho Agency,
No. 30 Merchant Slrcct, Honolulu.
i:clt Telephone JliM. 1'. O. !!ox tlu.
TJJ TUB SUJLS1SE3BU UIKT
JL of iho Hawaiian Island''. In the
matlcr ot C. T. AKANA, of Honolulu,
Oaliu, by (or) agaliiM whom a petition
for adjudication was Bit il on the 11th
day ot April, 1SS7, in said Couit. In
Bankiuplcy, bel'oio J mid, C. J.
The Uth day ot April, 187.
upon re'iiiing tue suid petition, nnd
upon uoof liol'oio mo taken, I do llnd
that the paid 0. T. Ak.ma, has become a
Bitiikiupt within tint tiuu Intent and
meaning of tlio Act npptoved on the
i-'Otli day of August, JSH1, ontlLjed "An
Act to regiilnto pitnai'diiigs in Hank
ruplcy in ilia Hawaiian Islands "
And I do hereby diclato and adjudge
him a Imnkiupt accordingly.
And do further order that tho credi
tors of tlio said bankrupt come In and
prove their debts before suoh .lusllcu of
the Supremo Com l as shall bo hitting in
Chambers at Aliiulau! Hale, Honolulu,
on THURSDAY, tho 21st day of April,
1ES7, between the bonis of 10 o'clock In
tlio lorcnoon aud noon of tlio mid day,
and elect one or moio assignee or as
signees of the said batikiupt'a estnto.
And that notion theient bo published
In the Hawaiian Gazette and Daily
liui.i.nii.v, nuuspaneis published in Ho
nolulu, lu tliu English ligugiiage.
And that (-aid buukiupt hhall iinino.
diatcly tile with the Clerk of this Hon
orable Cntut a FChedulo of his creditors
and assets as required bv tlio said Act.
Chief .luttleo ol luu bupremo Court.
Attest! HiiMiY tUmii,
Dipuly Clerk. 11 fit
Bccclvcd c. "Alameda,'1 Including
a fiesh biipjily of
cj &c, vSic.
J. T, Watorhouse,
(ueeii and Port Streol Stores.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
JL udveitise in the Daily Buxi.r.ij.v,
Boll Tel. 1?2.
Mutual Tel. 372.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Heal Estate Aleuts, Etc.,
OfTer tho following;
To Lei. Shop In now brick building on
King siren, near Nuutinu, iiet to
Chlnc'c Nomb Co.'s olllces. Rent very
Olflco to Let. Private olllce, liuiidscmely
lilted, water couveuleiice, tie. Part
of J. E. Blown & Co.'b piemises, Mcr
chant Street; with desk room outside
for a dcik. Sullalilo for a notary or
a lawyer. Rout, with oillco furniture,
ipll per month.
Rooms to Rcnt-incalltle-i.
-Fnruislicd in the lest
(looms lo flonl. Pour very liniid'omcly
furulshkd rooms in large house; well
iiliuutud on Nuuaiiu Avenue. Rent
rtl.'i a month tath.
To Lcl. The house and grounds situated
In Nuu.inu Avenue, recently occupied
by A. J. Cnrtwilght, Jr., Esq. Rent
To Lot. A doomed Cottage, with Car
liago House and Outhouse, Nuuaiiu
Avenue, near Uovernmsilt reservoir,
almvo Lie Queen Dowager Emma's
pi ice, with nbout 2 acres of land, 2)
mllcj fiom town. Rent SjlOpei'inonUi.
To Lcl. AG-roomed Cottage, with kitchen
aliached; upper enti of Nuuanu
Avenue, oppo-ito "Valley Homo," in
cvuiicnt oiucr. liuiii ami water con-
veal nces. Rent Sid.
To Let. Shop window with paco behind,
in ollleta occupied by J. E. Brown &
Co. Suitable for Juwcloi'd hop or
Notary's ofilco. Rent veiy moderate.
Houso and Lol (or Sale. Very desirable
icjidenco on Beietuniu Street. The
lioii'o conliinsj Bedrooms, Parlor,
Diiilng.rooni, 1'anlry, Kitchen nnd
Biitliroom. Mopilto proof. Houso
new mid well built.
Lot 100 by 1C0 feet with privilege- of
buying next lot. IIW be sold cheap.
Tor Salo A charming residence
on Kin an htreel, containing 2 bed.
lonns, parlor, (lining room, kitchen,
balh, Ac. Garden liont and buck;
tairiage house, stables mid servant's
For Sale. A busiiusi (restaurant) In
renter of city. Owner leaving on nc
count of ill iieiilth. A spK'iiilitl chance
for (noigmio niaii. lor particulars
apply to' E. Brown & Co.
For Salo or Loaso -With immediuto pos.
stsion, that valuable eslato known as
tho NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
siliiaird in Iho Nuiiatui Valle'. V,
miles fiom the city, and undoubtedly
the moot ellglblo sito for n milk or
milk at d butlei dniiy in tills Kingdom.
'1 lie nbovc splendid property maybe
hud on easy terms.
Situations vvauted by
Ami other clas-cs of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street.
S. J. FISHELS
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advertise lu the Daily liuLUiiiNf
y i At H MUMJJ BTTMMMl
TSSTLI.-' WWW WwWrl
Australia! Mali Service
FOR WAN IWAXVISCO,
Tho now and Una Al steel steamship
Of tlio Oceanic Slcunu hip Compmy, will
bo due at Honolulu from tfjdney
mid Auckland on "r about
May 5th, 1887,
And will leave for Ihu above port willi
.malls and passcugctu on or utiout that
For fiolght or pasfage, having 8U
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM, Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For' Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and
Al steel steamship
Of tlio Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo due nt Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will havo prompt dhpatch wllh
mails and p.ifcscngcis for theabovo port.
For Ireight or pasi-uge, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. 0. IEWIN & CO., Agents.
At tho lowest figure, of tho finest qual
"Warranted genuine, mndo of tho pure
juice only nnd guaranted to ttand
Will not deteriorate in tpiulity for any
number of years. Ltirgo quantities ex
ported every year, by come ot tho larg.
est commercial linns of this city, to dlf.
ferenl parts of tho United S ntcs and
tho German Empire.
MANUl'ACTUm:i)AT TIIK J ".
Pioneer Steam Candy Faotory
XSHtubllHliea In 18UU.
' s " :
F. HORN, r
Practical Confcelloner, Peatry Cook ' A-
nnd Oiuamcnlcr, 4 r
Hotel, bet. Nuuanu and Fort St a. . ---'f
Both Telephones No. 7-i. 01 '''"-eJ. .
BOOTS & SHOES! V'J
Jlegs to inform the public, that he has
just letuined from San Pranclseo, where
ho selected nu
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladles' Pine French Kid Shoes,
jucirx a mo iioots.nnd Shoes,
Clilldren's Elegant Shoes,
and a lino lot of
1MAXTM' IIIIOXKK MIiIPPF.HM.
W Xo. 1:1 Nuuaiiu Ntrect. flm
Cairiages at all hours, doy and ulglit.
Suddlo Ilorfes, lluggies, Wagonettes and
Village Carts witu stylish and gentle
horses to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts and Harness. l .
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES?
Hiug up Telophono 32, or npply to
MILES &. HAYLEY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO,
Corner of Knuunu A Hotel Hfreets.'
EINQ UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Carriage Company lias been rp
ccntly erganied, and guarantees to
furutih good ounveyunees, Iru'stwcrthy
drlveis, npd will make no extortionate
All calls will bo promptly attended to.
COTTAGES TO LET.
npHKKE NICE COTTAOES, I'ART
X ly furnished, and' (.tiltnblo for
housekeeping, urn to lit at Waikiki,
Apply lo ALLEN IIERBEltT, or to thii
olllce. v ' jnqtf '
FUKNJSHlCn COlTAqE AT
Walklkl: beautiful flnuio tncB.
nnd Hue tea bathing. Apply to '
iP0 2w It. p. OUNIIA.
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHQE LOT, corr.or Pcnsncoa
oijtl I.unalilo i, which can tbp
dlvldra Into two or moio building lota,
Enquire of Q. WEST,
1651 Of West, Dow & Co.
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