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Honolulu, Hawnllan Islands.'
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THURSDAY. MAY 10. 1887.
INEXCUSABLE NEGLECT. '
It becomes our duty to offer. a
reminder that someone has been
guilty of inexcusable neglect
in the omission to confer r richly
deserved decoration. Or if the
duty hns been discharged, it lias
been done in secret, and the
fact concealed' from an interested
public. But this is highly improba
ble, and we may feel justified in the
conclusion that the neglect is actual.
lie it understood, however, that
there is no intention to insinuate that
the omission is an intended slight.
It is more likely to have been an
unintentional oversight; for past
history clearly shows that it has
been tho invariable practice of Ha
waii to reward all noble deeds with
the membership and insignia of one
or other of her numerous honorable
aiders. For instance, when an
American gentleman went from San
Francisco, via Honolulu, to New
Zealand, and bungled a mail contract
in which this country had no inter
est, his able services were acknow
ledged by the honor of knighthood.
So, too, the gentleman who has
electrified the natives by :i nightly
exhibition of electric light, may be
seen with a remarkable button on
tho lapel of his coat, like unto the
fastening of u scat cushion, betoken
ing admission into tho sacred circle.
Then the jolly captain of the Aus
tralia who was fortunate to get a
ship full of passengers, among whom
were members of the Royal family,
was decorated for his good luck, and
the night-watchman was disappointed
because ho was left out. So it is
reasonable to conclude that the
omission alluded to above is purely
an oversight ; for certainly the man
who couceived the idea of a navy,
purchased the Kaituilon, and sent
her to sea a formidable man-of-war,
in the midst of many obstacles,
great provocations, at enormous cx
ponse, and against tho wish of every
nensible man in the country, is
deserving of tremendous honors.
The Secrotary of War and the Navy
-should at oucc he admitted into every
order in the kingdom, not omitting
the order to vnmooso the country,
and covered with every decoration
available, including Government
bracelets. The father, founder, and
osterer of the navy is the man whom
we delight to honor, and shall not
be happy until wo sco him perched
at tho tip-top of the pinnacle of
adulation, with a peacock's feather
and yellow buttons stuck in his hat,
nil kinds of pretty devices covering
his upper and nctlior garments, and
the Kaimiloa on bis head !
Jfe'H., Mutimm,vjtimmmWm (nffctiiiliii'r i n ..ife.
WWMW3fotfiT?tf'M&uyVrfj'iVj' vStii'ii'!WMi 'y "r-jn
WHAT OAH YOU EXPECT?
The habits of early lifo are not
easily abandoned. What n boy has
been accustomed to until ho has
reached manhood will not bo easily
forgotten afterwards. In three cases
out of four, or perhaps n greater
proportion, success iu life is achieved
only on the foundation laid iu youth
or early manhood. These arc facts
which the governing power of this
country is apparently not sullleiently
enlightened to appreciate. There
fore we are accustomed to sec men
suddenly tossed into responsible
positions in the public service for
which their early training and pre
vious habits of life had no tendency
whatever to qualify them, with the
natural and Inevitable consequence
of making the service less ellleieut
than any respectable mercantile es
tablishment or private institution in
tho country. What man of sense
would expect elllcicncy in a public
service where a man drops a police
man's baton to become an idle bum
mer, and graduates from the Hum
mer's Association to the responsible
post of Registrar of Deeds and
Documents? or where a man is lifted
by the hair of the head from a taro
patch, in which he had passed all
his life iu commendable industry,
but had never seen the face of Mack
stone nor even heard mention of the
gentleman's name, and with the mud
still sticking to him, is dumped on n
judge's bench and entrusted with
the dilllcult task of administering
the law? or where a landsman, noted
mainly for harmless gasconading and
demonstrating to his fellows t lint
nature and misdirected education
had combined to make him a fool, is
thrust on board of a warship, attired
in the gorgeous uniform of a lieuten
ant, and required to execute the
duties of that olllce? Where such
practices mark thellllingof Govern
ment positions, cfliciency cannot bo
expected in the public serrice. These
gentlemen and many others who arc
placed where they do not belong,
may have been excellent people in
their own sphere and the places to
which they were fitted by long ex
perience, and fully competent lor
tho discharge of their simple duties
in life ; but where they now are, they
arc about as appropriate as a donkey
giving dancing lessons. Their pre
vious habits will come to the surface,
and they are not becoming to the
dignity and decorum of olllcial
That portion of llerctania street
lying between Punchbowl and Ala
pai streets is in n horrible condition.
Probably the best thing that can lie
done by the people who travel out
that way, is to club together and
purchase a ferry boat, and reim
burse themselves by charging a
small fee for carrying passengers
and vehicles across the river. Any
deficiency in the amount necessary
for defraying the original cost and
running expenses 111.13" be mado
good by an indemnit3" bill at tho
next meeting of the legislature. Per
haps this suggestion may be reject
ed on tho ground that the river re
ferred to is a public highway, and it
is therefore th duty of tho legal cus
todians of highways, tho Govern
ment, to maintain thnt thorough
fare iu a passablo condition. There
is no doubt about this conclusion
being technically and legally sound.
But we are now looking at the ques
tion from an expediency standpoint.
If those people wait until the Gov
ernment either places a ferry boat
on that dangerous stream of water
nnd mud or bridges it over, thc3"
will probably wait until the neces
sit3', so far as they are themselves
concerned, no longer exists; for
they will scarcely need to travel
that way when the3' are "dead and
gone." Those pcoplo should re
member that thc3' live under a gov
ernment in whose estimation fal-dc-rnls
are of paramount importance,
and roads of no consequence what
ever. ,So that I13 expecting atiy
thing from the govemmont, they
exhibit a remarkable vprdanc3"!
DEAR AT ANYTIME.
In allusion to a communicated
statement in this morning's Adver
tiser, relating to the value of tho
Explorer, (which, by the way, we
should consider none of our business,
only that "some contemporary
journals" may or may not ho intend
ed to includu ourselves,) wo would
state that we have never onco, so far
as we know, intimated that she was
not n sound and staunch littlo ves
sel. A brief outline of her history,
the surveys which had been mado on
her, and her classification was pro
cured from an authentic source and
published in those columns, shortly
j ihhwimi' iitm.m I'yygi ww'"1 ''"p "ic
nfterthe purchase wf.sooivutiitntitect.
From then till now, we have had no
reason to beliovo that there had
been any misstatement of fact re
specting the vessel's condition, but j
have had abundant direct conflrma
tion of her being at the time per
fectly t-ouml and seaworthy. Whether
she was absolutely worth the amount
uiveu for her, U not a question
vhieh hns ever engaged our atten
tion. That she was an exceedingly
dear piece of property to the Gov
ernment we have contended, and do
contend; because she was unsuit
able for the purpose intended, and
required a large outlay to make her
suitable; and after all the outlay
stie is not entirely suitable, and
never will be. If a man iu want of
a hat, buys u forty-dollar iron pot
with tho view of filling the want, and
gets it for the Mini of one dollar, ho
will find when he comes to don his
now head cover that he has a very
dear hat. This is about the posi
tion of the Hawaiian Government.
Of course, that is no business of the
former owner's of the Kaimiloa. He
had the vessel for sale at a specified
price, and substantially said, "I
offer her as a sound craft: you can
make an examination of her by your
own men ; I have named my price
and conditions ; if you liko to take
her on those terms, there she is ; if
not, leave her." The Government
found her what she was represented
to be, and took her. Siiii-c that,
they have found themselves to be in
possession of a white elephant, or
an iron pot which they arc trying to
use for a hat. There is no dis
honesty or underhand dealing
charged or chargeable to tho ven
dor ; but stupidity and bungling are
justly attributed to the purchaser.
The Kaimiloa was, for anything we
know to the contrary, a good little
craft lor crawling around among
"junno islands ; but she is a miser
able make-shift for a naval training
ship or a man-of-war, and is dear at
any price for these purposes.
There are over L'OO applicants an
xious to succeed Judge Carter of the
District of Columbia Supreme Court.
Jlargarct A. Murphy, an old
woman of New Orleans, has made a
respectable fortune picking pockets
The Richmond, tho newly repaired
flagship of the North Atlantic .Squad
ron, iias a speed under steam of
By Eev. J. A. Cruzan.
Vo the bcnotlt of tho Woman's Christ
ian Temperance Union.
" Tho Opening of tho Mississippi,"
At the Y. M. C. A. Hall,
May 10th, ut 7:4r o'clock.
Admission . . . 11 f ty Cents.
3?oimliii Speakei" I
JntereHtiiify Su!joe. I
Worthy Canwo !
Let a Crowded Homo groot Mr. Cru
zan heforo ho leaves !
On Art and Travel.
By Prof. Sitliie? Dickinson
.M. A., of Boston.
Under tho nuepices of tho Y. if. C. A.,
in their Hall, on tho Evening!) of
May 23rd, 26lh, 30ih
NlicHi! famous lectmeH aro ilhistiatcd
by 11 powerful Sicruopticou anil have
I ecu iliilivcred with 1r10.1t huccsfs In lho
li'iidlii: (lilies of the United Stales.
Thf view; are niro, and many of them
mu beautifully colmed by the best up
libt.s of I'.ii'is und London.
.Single Tickets, 0 75
Couiso TlukeU, a 00
For sulo ut tho b.iol(8tnre3,unl of Hip Y.
M. 0. A. Kiileitninnieni Committee,
AFUUNISIIKI) HOOM IN A Mil.
viito fuiully by u gentleman Ha.
leivnees If dtslto 1. Address "A. 0." tins
AN INVALID OHAIH, largo bIc.
Perfectly now. FlnUhed In lino
style, with book rcBt und commode nt
Vicliment. Addrcis " X,' this oflleo.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
10 column, $3 per unmim,
llv otU t of W. Ma'iMntix, tii'lgnrc o' '
tho'llinkrupt lm sm if ('. T. knn, I I
will ftf.ll ii, I ,1 tin ..,lf-t rttl. A m R 1 B !
' .v. ... u .. .vv w.i, - j
On Saturday, May 21st,
At Vi o' lock noon,
The following described Leases :
NO. 1 t.l'l 8 ' llf lllllll Plllllll, Ho- olu'ii.
le sul t .Mu 1 liy uimi n'ii (W.; mill
0 Ho i (Is). Ki-m pa'd un ti ll
e'ipirnlloii nf leu if, June 0. 1J.VS.
No. 21.1 Bio f hud at I'll ul, tliiitu.
lulu. Ep ration r 1 1 nu July 1,
lbt'5. Abo 1 'uM.- o1 In se on the
IiihI and water rights c nn !
therewith, Area 4 ncicj. Kent
$'J00 pir annum, payable mm I.
iiiiiiually in iiilv.incc.
Belonging to sold bankrupt estate
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
119 fit Auctioneer.
www w wwwew wp hi W
Armory, Honolulu Rifles.
May l', 18S7.
Company Order?, No. 1. First Scilcs.
lflviy 3Ieinbi ol
Company li, Honolulu Utiles, is
hereby oidercd to report ut the
Armory on I'M DAY EVENING
the Suth instant, ut 7 MO o'clock.
Suturduv Evening, May 21st, 1837, at the
Hawaiian Opera House.
Great Minstrel Entertainment
Given by the Honolulu Qunrtoltc
Club for Hie UmotH of
Messrs. Shannon and McGregor,
When t lie following local talent have
kindly consented to appear:
Messts. J. J .1 1 411. Kuliima, .1. Kuhhi,
S. I'imui, Wlllakai. Milpiiicpinc,
G. Oiuelt, and J. Appleby.
Sco McQrcgor fc Doyle in their
Greco and Roman statues.
New S01 gi and Clog nnd Jig D uii'ing,
Local Conundrums und Funny Sajlngs.
Don't fail to tic pnwiit.
Admission, $1, 75 cts., utnl .'.0 cis. Box
plan now ojre 1 at A. M. Ucwi-U'm
Niw. Agency. 10 '.'t
For 2 Ws Only!
Our Semi Annual
will take pljco
All our remnants will be
placed on the counter, and
marked way down.
In Jjiulies' trimmed and
unU'immcd hats avo are
prepared to oiler Big Bar
gains. Bemnnnts in all depart
ments. Come and see what, we
offer you next; Monday.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Loading Millinery House.
Cjr. Fort ft Hotel Gtrosts.
liming hccurcd the
of these Ilunds for lho
Perfection Stampiny Outfit Co.
All orders for sumo will be tilled on nr.
rival of sleiimer Australia, Mav.'tl, Ib8".
I'm tits who luive already oulorid will
please villi for same nt my store.
J. II. SOPER,
'.(! Mornlmut Mrcet.
BY A LADY, AS HOUSJ'KKEI'Elt
or nuiso in a jirivato fuiully. I'lalii
fewlnc, etc. For iiiirtlculnra apply to
:.7 lw .i. k. imowN '& co
N TIIK VALfiBY 110AD SOMK.
whiro near .Mr. J. S. "Wiilttoi's
Hate, u gohl ling three rubles enclio.''d
with seed jicaiis, tho liaino Jlurguiut
Whoever will briiif: tho samo to Mr.
Wiilerhoiiho'ii etoio will receive llyoi.ul.
lai rcuMird. ;I5 lw
rpilK FOLLOWING OIIANG1' HAS
X taken plaeo In tho Copnriueiship
of W. II. Daniels and Coinniiny of Wnl.
liiku, Muni: V- II. Cummliics bus pur
oliused tho lntorrHt of W. li, lCtunu in
f uid copartnership lis property and busl.
Tho linn now coiuisu of W. II. Daniel
nnd W. II. Cumminu.s.
.r. II. PAN 1 1: LB & Co.
Honolulu, May IU 18S7. iDSw
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advertho in tho Daily Buli.uin.
tjbtffami, . iM - y
mr LOOK ! LOOK ! m
azn.. iJL. J. HA.HT,
OF THE -
Elite See Cream Parlors,
II is ri'ttirne 1 Irom Sun Fri u I eo nn I liuvln ;
i'ccim d tho Mjtvk't's ol' ti Fii'Kt-Cliif-s Ps?ry Cook,
h ch en b is tin; ' Kill n," iiioic than over, 10 inula1 a
Superior quality of nil ldi.tl of Ice Cichmi, Sherbets,
Water I 1 , & .
Our l'nney CnttcH ore tho l'j-lito of Himnttiln,
And we bake every (Icy Liidy Kiugcre, Mucnrcons, Drop Cuke?, CoeoDlpr, and
many i.ther kitiilx too numerous to mention.
Spont;o. I'oiiml. Fruit and Jelly CnkvH nlwayrt on liaml,
or miiito to oidei 011 i-hmt notice, In any Mylc.
A line line of Choice Candles always in stock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The public U Invited to inspect our Mock and store, which Is now in fine order.
Tho Elite Ice Oonm Parlors,
HAUT & 8TEINEK, Proprietors,
Mutual Tele. HS8 HP Open dally unttt 11 p. in.-8 Boll Tele. 183.
II4M. Tiltituul 'iYl.
p.o. ltox nn.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Collages to Let or Lcasn In delight
ful locution, within eti-y reunii of the
buMni'Mi part of the clty,wlth ace minio.
datloiiH suited to any lequlriinuul und
on mint favorable teims.
Thrco Lodging Establishments for Galo
nil pti)iiiK liiiU'Uomcl).
Tho "Old Cernor," nt Kuiinui and
Queen Slieetx. for s'llo ono of the be-t
business stands In tho city.
Thrco Pieces of deal Eslato in thU ills.
trie, otiL'ldu of thu city, for rnlj or
To Let Two cottages pleiiKiintly pluiiittil
on tho Hank r,f I'uijuhlmul Hill, to.
wniiH .MaMki, one mile I om the l
O ; d(!ghlful uccommomulons for
To Lot A ooltapc with largo yard room
and Htublu iircommodutlou for a num
ber of horses.
For Sala or Leaso. Lot IfO ft. by JO."; ft.
lCiistuily I'orner of Fort iinu Pfliool
s-tnels. "Water Inid on. Title perfect.
Ono of tho llnest bcildlnp; sites in the
Leaso cf rish Pond lor Sale. A rare op.
portunity is now olfcrcd to secure a
lon lensoof inieof tho most prollta
blii ll-.li punos in thl dlsirlel A. hirtro
outlay bus lately been mado for lm-
piuveuienij, uuu mu jirojiuriy is ill nuu
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
Unrivalled Opportunities for nroflt
Full jmrtlctihirs given upon applica.
tiou ul the Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Situation Wanted us housekeeper or iiiiiko
by a white lndy, of experience in Imlh
up u'iliei Witulil i e jeit u position
u a ladies' t avelini; u inip.iiiion and
r;it-cla Hook-keepers, Carpcnlrri,
f'toiMinl--, C nk, Nurses nnd other
skill (I labor ill slriii' i mpUo iiienl.
ll !..) I
Family k Flaiitatioa Use!
FOIl HALE DY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Having t-old my Kxprefs Ilusl
uess nod good.w 111 to Mr. M. N.
Suiileis, on account of Intended
dcpuiluic t.oiu the Kingdom,
1 heuliy rupiihi all cImIiiih
ngaiu"! mu to bu presented by
the in h of May, mill nil bllU
owing me to bo paid by the Ut
20 2-v F. II. 01 DING.
For Snlo or Lease.
TUOSK PUKMISIW SITUATKD ON
I uiuihou Street called "Kananilo.
I'.la," the piopeity of V. II .Iildil, me foi
sail' nr lor lease lor a linn nf years.
For p.iiticulnrs inipiiro of
ALEX. .1. OARTWKIGIIT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13, IhtO. 1T03
XX HMiiii nt No. -I i-iin i ii i.'iiii . 101
mSKA Till-: HOUSE AT I'UKSKNT
K'rwSi'Stl "' tipUil byMr. Woulworth,
litbaa W;u thollit bridge. Niiuniiu
Stieet. l'us.i'Dbiiin can bo obtained after
lho 'Jlpt iii'i. Stiiblii and pisiuro land
adjoining thu house.
iAl(, oiiii Cottnuo on Srho'd Street.
Apply to .1. T WATBIUIOUSF,
2."2 Oii-ci 'tii'iit.
I CAUTION l'KUBONS UgllillSt pill'-
eliitsing lauds at l'nuoii from Koni
koniliiii or mlviinoing him monoy on
inorlgngo tlioii'of, us I who am his
lawful wifo do not concent, whoto
caiisont is necosburv liv law.
Wuiltikii, Muni, April .'10, 1887.
Hawaii o Rice
- A. V.toto.r, MtevtiVyj-. 'g(&aifoJS
IJell Tel. 112.
Mutual Tel. 872.
, O. Box H07.
. E. BROWN & GO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St..
Heal Estate Agents, Etc.,
Offer tho following:
To Lcl. Shop in new brick building on
King street, near Kuuanu, next to
ChincsoNoMsCo.'solllces. Rent very
Rooms lo Rent Furnished in the best
To Lot. A Croomcd Cottage, with Car.
tlagd House nnd Outhouse, Ntiiuinu
Avenue, near Government reservoir,
above Into Queen Downger Emma's
place, with about 2 acres of laad, 2
mile from tnwn. Kent $10 per month.
To Let. A5.roomed Cottaue, with kitchen
iiltiiclicd; upper enu of Nuuiinu
Avenue, opposite "Valley Home," in
ocelleut older. L'uth and wnter con.
enknces. ltctit Slf.
To Lot. a pleasantly st'uated rcnldence,
eonipiisitig two cottagcw, oulhouscs,
etc., on l'aiioa road, near Punchbowl
t-itett. Rent very low to meet tho
Ilouso nnd Lot (or Sale. Very desirable
residence on lierctnnlu Street. Tho
linuso contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, l'antry, Kitchen nnd
lhi'hrooin. Mosquito pioof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by lfiO feet with rrlvllcpo of
buy in c next lot. Will be sold chtaj.
For Salo or Leaso -With immediate pos.
session, that valuable estate known us
the NKUANU VALLEY ItANCII.
situated In tho Nuuanu Valloy. 1
miles from the city, nnd undoubtedly
tho mot eligible sito for a milk or
milk and bull erdnlry In this Kingdom,
'lho above splendid properly may be
hud on easy terms. i
For Sale A splendid property of over C
acres of land oil Liliha Street; tin.
ilvalled &a a site for n gcntlemun's
residence. An early application ncc
cssbit to purclno in a efnglo lot. For
particulars apply to .I.E. Brown & Co.
Situation wanted by
And other clns-es of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
'J8 Merchant Street.
rpO THE CREDITOltS OF THE
L Fstute of J. LYONS, a bankrupt,
Tho undersigned assignee of tho Es.
tnto of J. Lyon?, n bankiupt, has prepur
a lory to his final account and and divi
dend, submitted his accounts ns such
asslgneound tiled the H.uno before Hon.
E. 1'rcston, Justice of the Supreme
Court, nt his Chambers, to whom ho will
apply at 10 o'clock, a. m., on MONDAY,
lho i.'8rd day of May instant, for a settle,
nicnt of said accounts, nud for a ills
cliurgo from all liability as such a.
Hlgncn nnd for nu order to innke a final
And that any person Interested may
then nud there appear and contest the
Kimc. W. C PAHKE,
Arglgnco of tho Estnto of J. Lyons.
Honolulu, May 10, 1887. 37 rt
Dry Coods !
FOR SALE UY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
MRS. RODANET, tho will-known
ilio8iiiiiki-r, ion 'inly n-iiiriii'ii
Ir.un Furls, lun her dro-miiking inoins
still uu Kiuimi hirect, above tho miuuic.
Cp ONE OOOD SOUND
niniiiy Alurej perlvntly
iufo to (Imvo by ladles
or I'hildien, Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
m jiwwwiim 'y'Jwf"yM'fjj?1A
AD&lrsM M ofiiTici
Villi HAS FKAXONCtt.
Tho row iind fi 0 Al !! Menu hlp
Of tlicCcriiiiloHrmii hlpl'impiny w .1
lediie ill Imi'iilii U riimMitn
nu.l At.Ohl nd i.'i 1 11L011I
June 3rd, 1887,
And will luiVftoith iilioe poit with
und h n ,d piifHtigeis nn ir hiioiit Unit
For fielght or pnettaup, having BU.
PEUI0K ACCOMMODATIONS, npply
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and
Tho new and lino Al steel Btenmshlp
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo nt Honolulu from San
Francisco on nr about
June 10th, 1887,
And will hnvo prompt dbpatch wllh
mnllsnnd patscngcis forthoiibovu port'.
For freight or pasmg, having KU.
1'KKIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, upply
:)7 WM. G. UIWIN & CO., Agents.
At tho lowest figure, of tho llnest qual
Warrantid genuine, mndo of the puro
juice only and guarantee! to Maud
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate In quality for any
number of years. Largo quantltits ex.
ported cvciy year, by borne ot the lorg.
est commciclnl firms nf this rlty, to dll.
fercnl parts of tho United Slates und
tho German Empire.
MANUFACTUKKD AT THU
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
Xtetabllslieil In 180U.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook
Hotel, bet. Nuuanu nud Fort Hta.
Both Telephones No. 74. 01
Having secured the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
He will in future attend to the wants of
my patrons in the Billiard Room.
o. j. McCarthy.
Carriages at all bonis, dny and night.
Saddle Horse, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Carta witu stylish and geiitlo
horses to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply to
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Xiiunnu A Hotel Mtreetf.
BING UP TELEPHONE 457,
TIir Carriage Company has been re
cently organized, and guarantees to
turnt'h good conveyances, trustworthy
ilrivi-is, and will niako no extortionate
AH ealli will bo promptly attended to,
Cottago to Kent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
Low rent ; furnlturo at a bargain.
For particulars enquire rfJno. Magoon,
Agent, Merchant Hrett. 27 tf
FOR SALE !
ONE LAROK I 01'. con er Peiu-aeoln
and Lunnlllo Ms, whluh can bo
divided Into two or morn building Iota.
Rnipilrenf G. WKHT, .
I on I Of West, Dow & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN!
THE undersigned havo Sixty TIiouf,
and Dollars to loan, In sums of not
Ichh than ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY,
lull W CU Fort Street, Honolulu.
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