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WEDISKSDAY. MAY 18. 1887.
COHE AT LAST.
After n series of delays and post
ponements, arising from various
causes, not least amongst which
were continued insobriety and in
subordination, the Hawaiian war
ship Kaimiloa, Captain G. K. G.
Jackson, lias sailed at last. Anchor
was weighed about half past eight
o'clock this morning, and the vessel
steamed slowly out of the harbor,
there being at the time, several hun
dred spectators on the wharves to
witness her departure.
The events imuiecliatuly preceding
the sailing of the Kaimiloa were
of such a character as to cause a
certain amount of apprehension as
to what will follow, when she gets
fairlv on the h'mh seas. From what
lias taken place, it is only natural
to infer that there" was a lack of
discipline on board of the Kaimiloa,
and judging from the crowd that
has gone away in her, there is
ground to fear that riot vi'' run
high ere she returns to these chores.
The reading of regulations and
admiralty instructions, and the
swearing in of the olllccrs and the
.crew do not appear to have prevent
ed sailors, marines or olllccrs from
. disobeying orders, and assuming in
turn a sort of individual command.,
Such conduct on board of a man-of-war
of any other nation but Hawaii
would have been dealt with by a
court martial, but as the component
parts of such a court do not exist,
unless it were formed of n scrub lot
from tho army, similar to the officers
of tho ship, of course no such pro
ceeding was resorted to.
These circumstances combined
with the nnture of the mission can
scarcely fail to bring the vessel, her
crew, and the Government who des
patched her, into ridicule, if not
disgrace and possibly trouble.
WASH YOUR DIRTY LINEN AT
"Wash your dirty linen at home,"
is advice which is sometimes ten
dered us unaccompanied by a hill of
charges. Very kind of these good,
imselllsh people. Their disinterest
ed generosity is exceeded only by
their efforts to keep all tho dirty
linen concealed under the bed until
everybody in tho house is poisoned
witli tho stench. Not a lawyer in
tho town would give professional
advico oa the samo terms. Doctors
charge a fco for their instructions.
Kvcn clergymen, tho very embodi
ment of benevolence, cannot afford
to impart enlightenment for nothing,
nnd you are supposed to drop some
thing into tho plate, if only n steel
button, when it passes around.
Newspaper editors plvo about as
much unasked advice, nnd uncle
sired advice, too, as any class of
men. lint thoir hearts arc not
so big as to work altogether on the
cheap. Fivo ccnts a copy is the
usual fee, with a slight reduction
for a largo number, or llfly cunts a
month to regular subscribers.
Nnturnlly, men who nro in the habit
of getting u fee for advice, cau ap
preciate tho extreme goodness of
heart which tenders them "advice
It is very kind of people to take
any thought of our linen whatever,
and thu implied wish that it should
be washed and cleansed is commend
able in the highest degree; for
clean linen is vory essential lo
health and comfort, especially in a
climate that is usually moderately
warm. Although, by the way, our ex
perience of the world is that people
are generally more concerned about
the condition of their outer fittings,
which arc usually of some other
material, than of their inner appa
rel, denominated linen. Thus, a man
with a stylish pair of pantaloons and
a superb coat often has, concealed
underneath, dilapidated linen not
scrupulously clean. Ho would not
appear on tho streets in a thread
bare coat, though without a speck
of dirt, for the world, but lie may
have a shirt full of holes and sea
soned with a week's accumulation
of dirt, without feeling a particle of
Wo presume tho primaiy cause of
this individual peculiarity of many
people may be found in tho eccen
tricities of mankind in general. It
is not clean linen, nor respectability
of character, nor uprightness of life,
nor intellect which is respectfully
and reverentially saluted, but a line
suit of glossy clothes, polished
boots, a large gold chain, and a
bell-topper hat. These uiako the
man, whether they are paid for or
not, got honestly or stolen, and the
(lcsh-and-bones figure which is de
corated with them will be duly
bowed to and politely saluted ; while
the man of honor who is incapable
of a mean act, and wears a patched
coat and a billy-cock hat, booth of
which he has paid for, and can be
induced to put on nothing butter
until he feels able to afford it, will
only be been to be avoided and
given a wide berth by the swells,
lest contact should contaminate.
Such is the way of the world, from
which it is evident the world is vtst
ly more matter than mind, and that
neither clean linen nor the truly
noble attributes of heart and hand
are of any weighty consequence in
the public estimation.
After tho foregoing detour, we
come back to the gratuitous advice,
the receipt of which was acknowl
edged at the start, and proceed to
reply as briefly as possible. Our
kind advisers apparently recognise
the fact that there is dirty linen which
needs washing. On this point there
is perfect agreement between them
and ourselves. Wo have long been
conscious of tho fact that this small
nation lias a big pile of social,
moral, political, and official dirty
linen, piled away in various places.
The bulk has been steadily increas
ing, until it has become so largo that
every man not born blind cannot
help seeing it. Tho persons respon
sible for the soiling, seem to care
nothiug about tho clcansiug. In
fact, they appear to have lost all
sense of shamo. It has been our
custom to inform them gently and
gingerly of its existence, with the
hope of inducing them to attend to
the washing and to adopt more
cleanly habits, and only, as a rule,
when they deliberately nnd insolently
ignoro their duty and responsibility,
do wo tell them in p)ajn English
that the' are a dirty set of scala.
wags not, wo confess, .because wo
deem the guilty parties entitled to
consideration, but because we know
that our feeble words, although
coming from an obscure source and
a rusty old pen, arc scattered to the
live continents of the globo by every
out-going mail, and wo are ashamed
for the world to know that this our
adopted land is so steeped in cor
ruption, nnd that such a stench of
dirty linen offends every decent nose
in the country.
We nro only speaking for our
selves, but believe Mint tho senti
ments of our contemporaries are not
very difforent from our own. Wo
take no pleasuro in heralding tho
fact that tho people aro annoyed
and sickened by the ellluvia of dirty
linen. It is painful to do so. Our
only motive is to have tho filthy
stuff romoved from our bight and
demised. Wo would rather, much
rather, bo able to testify that there
is no dirty linen in tho land. Let
those who have the power to cleanse
tho filth that nauseates, show a sin
cere desire to effect n renovation,
and we shall most gladly render
what little assistance wo aro capable
of by words of "advico and encour
agement," and bo slow to notice
little unintentional slips that may
occur with the bust of intentions.
But if dirty linen Is the special crea
tion of those to whom we entrust the
management of our national affairs,
and they pile it up under our eyes
lo offend our noses and insult our
moral sense; if they practise cor
ruption, bibrery, nnd dishonesty;
if they appropriate our taxes for
their own selfish ends, and neglect
the needs of the people, are wo lo
grin and bear it, shut our eyes and
hold our tongues, or He and say
"everything is lovely and the goose
hangs high," simply because if wo
cry out, tell the truth, and demand
that the sickening mass be taken
away, our voice will bo heard across
Ihe water, and the peoplo there will
say that our public men arc a lot of
scoundrels? 'Decidedly, no. c
cannot feel it our duty to obey the
One of the bitterest curses that
ever alllictcd humanit' or crippled
the energy and enterprise of a peo
ple is mismanagement of and cor
ruption in public affairs, and it is n
curse which we are not disnoscd to
bear the infliction of patiently and
uncomplainingly. Let the dirty
linen bo cleared out, washed, burn
ed, or in some way got rid of, and
the week subterfuge involved in the
recommendation to do the washing
at homo will no longer need be re
A MEETING of the First Division of
thu Lllliinkiilani Eiluciitlotiul So
ciety will be held
To-Morrow Afternoon, at 3 o'clook,
in tho room of Knginu Co. No. 1,
Business: In elect olllcers for the en
suing year A lull nttewliluco dc-ired.
8!ilt M. HILL. Vico-Prcsldent.
By Rev. J. A. Cruzan.
For the licnellt of tho WomnnM Christ
iau Teinpcrnnco Union.
" Tho Opening of tho Mississippi,"
At IhcY.M. C. A. Hull,
ft. TL.. J. BJ
Miy 111th, nt 7:4r. o'clock.
Admission . , . Fifty Cents.
IPopultu Sponlcei I
IiiU;iMtiuj' HnJj!!t I
"Wortiiy Cjuino !
1st a Crowded House fjvost Mr- Cru
zau before ho leaves !
Assignee's Sale of Leases,
By order of W. Maortens, assignee ot
the Bankrupt Estuto of C. T. Akana, I
will ?cll at public! auction, at my Sal
On Saturday, May 21st,
At 12 o'clock noon,
The following desonbed Leases :
No. 1 Lease of land Puuul, Honolulu,
leased to Mull by Knuwa (w.) unci
O. Hoa (k). Kent paid tin to the
expiration of lease, June SiO, 18P8.
No. 2 Lcnso of land nt l'unui, llonu.
lulu. Expiration of leuso July 1,
180.'). Also lease o house on (lie
J mil and water rights connected
therewith, Area -1 acrej. Kent
$200 ncr annum, payablu semi
niiuually in advance.
Belonging to said bankrupt estate.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
30 3t Auctioneer.
TY A LADY, AS HOUSEKEEPER
JJ or mu
For i aiticulars apply to
J. E. imovvN '& CO
Fiftieth Anniversary ol tho Accesolon ot Her
Majesty Queen Victoria.
IT is proposed lo commemorate this
orcimlon by thu commencement of a
fund lo ho cat fed
"Tho Vicforiu Fund,"
to be invested for the Un of the British
lleunvolcnt tfocloty in lUInrding relief
lo Ilritlidi lesldcuts who may hu In (lis-
It Is uIm) pinposnd to eolcbiata the
day by an
Dountious for cither nr both of tho
above purposes may bo made nt the
British Vico-Consulate, or to Messrs.
Bishop i6S Co., Bankers, or Messrs.
SprecUcls & Co., Baukors, who have
kindly consentcc' to receive payments,
or to members of tho Committee. 115 1 w
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertlso in tho Daily Buu.kiin.
Ilntlng secured iho
of tlieso IMaud for the
Perfection Stamping Outfit Co.
All orders for pnmo will 1 c filled on nr.
rival of Meurucr Atiitrnlli,-Miiv8l, 188".
Parties who have already ordered wlil
please anil for tame at my store.
J. H. SOPEE,
88 lw SO Merchant street.
ENTLEMEX WHOSE NAMES
appear amongst Iho list compris
ing tho Committee on Arrangements
for the Uulebinllon of the Queen's Julil.
lee, nro nque.t.'d to confer with Major
J. II. WoJchouse, nt tho British Vieo
Consulate, at their cnrllcst convenience
OX THE VALLEY ROAD SOME.
wlii-u near Mr. J. S. Walker's
cate. a uold rlnc three rubles encircled
with Feed pearls, thu name MnigarU
Whoever will bring the fame to Mr.
Wntcrhouso's stoio will lcceive llvoiol.
lur.s reward. 35 lw
THE FOLLOWING CH VNGE HAS
taken place In Ihe Copartnership
of W. II. Daniels and Company of Will,
ltihu, Maul : W- II. dimming has pur.
chased thu Interr st of W. 11. Kriinu in
f aid etipartnershlp its piopcrty and bind.
The firm now consists of W. II. Daniels
and W. II. Cuminlngs.
W. II. DANIELS & Co.
Honolulu, May 13 181:7. ill 2w
''piIE uudciMgncd having been this
X d.iy duly appointed Assignee of thu
estate of .1 lm Al. Knrcnn, bankrupt,
hereby notliiu.i all parties indebted to
said eta u to ui'iku immediate nauuent,
and thoi! having claims agaln't said
c-tntc to pribi'iil ilicin without delay at
his cillco No. !SS Merchant stiecl. Mono,
lulu. OIIAS. T. GULiriC,
Honolulu, May 12. 1SS7. ' :Ij
rpo THE CUEDITOltS OF THK
X- pHtate of J. LYi'Nri b-n'iiupt,
Thu undersigned asi'ueu of thu K.
late of J. Lyon, a bankrupt, has pivinr
nlory to his llnal memnt ami and divi
de (1. Mibmllt':d liu accounts i.h Mich
assignee and tiled the nunc befrro Hon.
E. l'rcsloii, Justice of the Supremo
Com , nt hi Chambers, t-t whom he will
apply nt 10 o'clo' k, . in., on MONDAY,
the ';ird day of May instant, for a settle
incut of bald accounts, and for a dis
charge from all liability ns such as.
signt-e nnd for an order to make n ilnnl
And that any person interested miy
then and there appear nnd content the
tame. VV. C PAUKE,
Asslgnco of the Estate of J. Lyons.
Honolulu, May Jfi, 1887. 37 r,t
NOTICE IS HEItEUYaiVENTHAT
Fred Scholtz, of Wallukti, Maul,
has sold all right, titlo and interest in
the blacksmith shop, Minuted on the
rijjliljsl'lc of Knhulul road, in the said
dlsstilct of Wailuk'.i, to tho undersigned,
who will carry ou lliobu'.li),ss in future.
I have also appointed Mr. Chus. li.
Coukclt, as manager of Ihe said shop,
I lie public aic invited to givu n call,
and all hlacksmithing work will bo ex
ecuted with despatch.
;J7 1m JOHN W. KALUA.
Tho Leading Millinery House
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
i i ,
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK!
NOTWITHSTANDING THE UN
fuvorablc wcathur wu weiu ciowd.
ed to tilth tin extent, that wo were mi.
nblt to accommodate the large iiumher
ol Kt nil patrons who Hiowe.l ny tliclr
preiiencu their appreoinlioii of mif ellorls
lofun.l ) them, ON AN KXTENrlVE
AT LOW PRICES.
Now novelties in Ladles', Mlfses' and
Children's Hats tills week by the Austra
lia, manufactured expressly for our
sales. Several exclusive sty le in Ladles'
and Misses' Turbans and Carriage- Hats.
RlBiiONS in patterns ami coloring to
bo found no w-hcru else in Honolulu, and
tho largest assortment of pi tin nnd lancv
Ribbons, mch as may be found in any
well loiniliiud ilblion stock, nt prlns.is
low us t lie lowest,
.A. Word on IiiexppiiHlvo JIlMlsicry.
Willie we fidnilt that no goods roino
to this countiy for mllliiieiy jiurpotes
too lino for us to In y, a', ihu came limo
wo elnlin to entry ihu
Largest Lino and tljD Best Assorted Stock
Of gmier.il Millinery ot' all grades In
To tlinsi: who do not have much time
for shopping: Do not let lite Idea (o
industriously circulated by IniereM d
parties, who keep nothing hut elu up
goods,) run awuy with your Judgment,
that bLcnuso a house is hugely pntron .
ed by those whp give a grvutdea'yf
aUqniion to their dress, you inust nie s
satily pay high prices for wh.u nu
want. As n generul thing such pen lo
luivu time and plenty of it to louk
around, .and Just hb iiiixIouh p mtikn n
dollnr go as far as you are, mid Inku
ml vantage nveiy timo of thuopnoriunlty
to get tho best bargains for their money.
CMAS. J. FISHEL,
Leading1 Millinery House.
riAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
xJ 40 colums, a per mimiui.
m- LOOK !
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Ha returned from San Frnnrl co, and bavin.;
Sccurtil the Horviees of a First-Clubs Pastry Coolr,
which cuiibkt Ihe 'Kllle," more than ever, (o mnku u
Superior quniity of all kinds of Ico Cream, Sherbets,
Water Icct, &:
Our Kniic.r Cnken nro tho l'riile of Honolulu, '
And we bakn eeiy diy l.mly Fingers, Mrcuronns, Drop Cnkct, CocoDlps, ai.d
many ether kinds too numerous to mention.
HfiiiiiKo, I'iMiml. Fruit nntl Jelly Cnkct ulwnyn on Iimtd,
or iniiilt to older on slioit notli e, In uuy style.
A line line of Choice Candies always in slock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
Tho public I Invited to inspect our stock and store, which is now in line order.
Tho Elite Ico Cream Parlors,
HART & STEINER, Proprietors,
Mutual Tele. 8CS tSTOpcn dnllv until 11 p. m.-a BcHTele. 182.
-H..I II! 1.J-I-L
Ml. I. . .II11.M. I. IIIIMl II
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Cottages to Lot or Lcaso in delight
ful locations. wltlii'u uay roacii of tho
busfneso part of Ilia city, with uccommo.
datlons suited to nny requirement und
on most favorable terms.
Thrco Lodging Establishments for Salo
nil paying handsomely.
Tho "Old Cornor," at, Nuii'iuu nnd
Queen Streets, for sale one of tho bo.-t
buslucs" Rtniulf in the city.
Thrco Pieces ol Real Estato In thii dis
trict, outside of the city, for mils or
To Let Two cotlacs pleasantly situated
on the Hank cf Pui chbowl Hill, to.
ward-i Mnkiki, one mile fiom the P.
1) ; ddigh fill nccommutlalious for
To Let A cottneo with largo yard loom
und stable accommodation 'for a num
ber of horses.
For Salo or Lease. Lot 110 ft. by tor, ft,
Easterly corner of Foil and School
slicels. AVnter 1'iid on, Tillo perfect.
Olio of thu finest bclldlng sites in the
Lcaso of Fish Pond lor Sale. A rnic op
portunity is now ollcied to s-ceure u
long lease of ono of thu most piollln.
ble llsli ponds in this district A largo
outlay has lately been made for lui
pinvunent'', and the property is in line
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
IJiiiivnllcil Opportunities for proflt
Full particulars given upon applica
tion nt the Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Situation Wanted as houstketpt-r or nuise
by it white lady, of experience in both
capaullioi. would i.cjept a position
u n ladies' traveling ompjuion and
FirM-clnss Hook-keepers, Carpenters,
Stewards, Cooks, Nurses and other
bkillid labor deslrinu; miployment.
FOR SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Having told my Exprets Busi
ness and good-will to Mr. M. N.
Sanders, on account of intended
dcpartuie from tho Kingdom,
1 hereby riqucbi nil olniirs
agiiliiut pio to hu presented by
the Ifllh of May, und all bills
owing me to hu paid by the 1st
of June, 187.
20 2 w F. H. CEDING.
For Salo or Lease.
rpiIOSK PREMISES SITUATED ON
X I'uniihou Street called "Kuuanllo
hln," the piopcrty of O. H. Judd, aro for
sale or for Iciim; tor u linn of yeais.
For p.utlculnrs inquire of
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13, 1880. U0S
NICE FURNISHED FRONT
loom nt N. -1 Unrden Lane. 04
Sticet. Possession can bo obtained after
Iho 21st iiiM. Stalilu and pntduru land
adjoining tho house.
Also, mm Uott'ieo on Hclio''l Sircct.
Apply to J. T. WATERHOUSK,
2S 3w Oueen ritrect.
I oAtmo.v l'liitsoNH ugninst pur
chasing lands nt Pinion from Koni
kenihiu or advancing him mouoy on
nuirtgiigo (hereof, ns I who nin his
lawful wife c)o not ecmsont, whoso
coiisoiit is necessary hv law.
Wnilnku, Mnul, April :i0, 1887.
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LOOI!" Australian mil Service
I 111 I I i.-.ll.n.. n
Hell Tel. 112.
J. E. BROWN & GO.,
Carnpboll Block, Merchant St-.
Real Estato Aleuts, Etc.,
Offer the folio wine:
To Lei. Shop in new brick building on
King street, near Nuiiunu, next to
Chinese News C'o.'s oftluus. Rent very
Rooms to Ront Furnished in tin ln
To Lei. A 5-roonied Ccttagc, with Car.
liagc House mid Outhouti:-, Nuuiinu
ATunue, near UoTcrnmaut reservoir,
above late Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with kboutU acres of limd 2J
mlloi from tuwn. Kent $10 per month.
To Let. ACroomed Cottage, with kitchen
attiiched; upper enif of Nuunnu
Avenue, oppo-lte "Valley Home," in
excellent older. Path and water con.
cuicnccs. licLt Sit1.
To Let. a pleasantly tl'tintcd residence,
comprising two cottages, outhouses,
etc., on l'auoa rond,near Punchbowl
stiect. Rent very low to meet the
House and Lot (or Sale. Very desirable
residence on Beiclanla Street. The
limine cmitalns 4 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Diuing.room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Bathroom. Mosquito proof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 1C0 feet with privilege of
buying next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Sale or Leaso Willi immediate pos-ses.-tion,
thai valuable estate known as
tho NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
situated in tho Nuuanu Valley, 2
miles from (ho city, and undoubtedly
tho tno't eligible slto for a milk or
in I IK ana muter dairy lu tliisjuugdom.
'I liit above splendid pro crly may be
hud on eusy terms.
For Salo A splendid property of over C
acres of laud nil Liliha direct; un.
i i vailed us a situ for a gentleman's
residence. An early application ncc
eturv to purchase in n clnglo lot. For
particulars apply to J. JS. Drown OS Co.
Situations wanted by
And other clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street. 01
Dry Goods !
FOR SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
NEW CARD SYSTEM !
HAVINO returned from ihu Coast,
I am prennred to give lesson i lu
Piionography (sltonhami) by tho abovo
named system, lo a limited number of
ladles and gentlemen. In order that a
full couisu my be given bufore my
return to thu .Pxiftt, applications
should be niado on or before Monday,
May lillh. fillessons, full courre, $33;
S!B losioiis, '.course, $20. For further
information rail at the ofllro of N. F.
Burgess, 84 King street, or address P.
O. Box 377, Honolulu P. O.
3D lw B. F. BURGESS.
MRS. RODANET, dm well-known
iliurBiiinker, leoaully returned
from Perls, has her dro-s-mnkiug rooms
still mi Emma btieet, abovo thu Miunru.
SV T .T o.,.
1711 J!. IIUUU DVUJN1J
family Mare; perfectly
safo to drive by ludies
or children. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
FIR HAN FIlAKCIKl'ft.
The now i.rxi fltiu Al Heel steamship
Of theOc milu Sti mi hip ( inp! n.v, wi,l
b due in liiiiiobr u I nun tMdi.ej
suit AucMi.tid oi i al out
June 3rd, 1887,
And will lenve for tho nbove poll with
inhils and pusbtiigcis nn or noout thai
(or ft eight or pnstnge, having EU.
PEHIOB ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IEWIN & CO., AgentB.
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and linn Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic 8tcnmhlp Company, will
be due ut Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
June 10th, 1887,
And will have prompt dhpntch with
mulls and paESengciH for thu above poit'.
For Ircight or passage, having SU-
PERIOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM, G. IR-WIN & CO., Agent.
At the lowedt figure, of tho finest quat
Wurrnntccl genuine, made of the pnro
juice only and giiaranted to stand
Will not deteriorate In quality for any
number of years. Largo quantities ex
ported oveiy yenr, by borne ot the hirg.
est commercial tiims'of this city, to dif.
fercnt parts of iho United Slates and
the German Empire.
MANUKACTUllKD AT THK
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
28tubllHicil In 180U.
Practical Confectioner, Pestry Cook
and Ornamenlcr, M '
Hotvl, bet. A'nuuiiu mid Fort Hta. '
Both Telephones No. 74. 01
Having secured the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
He will in future attend to tho wants of
ray patrons in the fillliard Room.
o. j. McCarthy.
Carriages nt all boms, day and night.
Paddle Horses, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Carls wiin stylish and gentlo.
horses to let. ' ''
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Riug up Telephone 32, or apply m
MIIVES Jk, HAYLEY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Nnuanu A Hotel Htreeta.
EINQ UP TELEPHONE 457.
This CntiiHgd Company has been re
cenily orgnniyed, and guarantees to
lunil-h good ejiiveyuuces, trustwertby
driven, und will m.iku no extortlonat
All calls will be piomptly attended to.
Cottuo to Rent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
Low lent; furnltiirn nt a baigalu.
For particulars enquire if Jno.,Mngoon,
Agent, Merchant nrrtt. 27 tf
ONE LAROE 1 O I', eon r PoiiFiicola
nnd Liiiiiilllo Mb, wliloh cuii be
divldui lutolwiior ir.or bullillng lots.
Kiiqulieof Q. WEST,
"i5l Of West, Dow & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN!
THE undersigned Have Sixty Thous.
aud Dollars to loan, in sums of not
less than one thousand dollars upon
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY.
10(IHf 00 Fort Street, Honolulu.
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