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BISHOP ft Co., BAKKEUS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. -
Draw Exchange on the
Bank of Oallibrnlo, tt. IT.
And their agonts In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG XONQ.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & BoSiLontlon
Tho Oomraarclal Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., ot Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torin, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
ft nMjj ggwHdan.
Pltdgsa to neltner Beet nor Psrty,
Bat MtaUlthed lor the benefit of all,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1. 1887.
Probably nt the present time there
is a condition of the locnl real estate
market which has never been dupli
cated in the history of this country.
Values have fallen immensely, and
quite a number of properties which
a few years ago cost from three to
five thousand dollars, havo recently
been sold for less than half the cost,
with improvements thrown in. But
the particular feature which has
probably never been paralleled, is
the amount of real estate now in tho
market for which there are no buyers
at any price whatever. One real
estate agent alone has had property
in various parts of the town, and of
various sizes, advertised for sale
during the 'past month or two, and
moderately estimated to he worth,
in the aggregate, from fort' to fifty
thousand dollars, for which he can
find purchasers at no price. Owners
arc seized with a desire to sell,
but nobody appears possessed of a
desire to buy. Undoubtedly, this
condition of the real estate market
is due, in a measure, to the state of
public feeling with regard to the
public affairs of the country, and
the want of confidence in govern
mental arrangements. A restora
tion of confidence, would improve
matters in this direction.
TO THE AMERICANS BY BIRTH OR
DESCENT, NOW RESIDING IN
THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
In times of public peril and grave
political emergency, such as now un
questionably exist in this country,
it becomes us to revert to first prin
ciples and to seriously consider the
fuuiutulIOUS Ull oliicll, nlono, any
government undertaking to rule over
free men can .safely rest.
"With this object, I invite your
thoughtful attention to the propo
sitions laid down in the Declaration
of American Independence, and
their applicability to the condition
of affairs now existing in our midst.
I do this with confidence, feeling
perfectly sure that however my
countrymen may differ on matters
of detail or mere questions of ad
ministration, and whatever may bo
their party sympathies and allllia
tions with respect to home politics,
they will all unite in rcgaidiug the
Declaration of Independence as a
'sound code of fundamental political
doctrine. Certainly no American
worthy of the name will ever repu
diate that immortal document,
formulated by the wisdom and patri
otism of the .fathers, and main
tained by them against vast odds,
through seven years of bloody war.
What say those noble men, than
whom wiser or better nevcn pledged
and risked their lives, their fortunes,
andtheir sacred honors in the cause
of human freedom and good govern
ment. Their concise and well
chosen language cannot be improved
"Wo hold these truthB to bo self
evident: that all men arc created
equal, that they arc endowed by
their Creator with .certain unalien
able rights ; that among these aro
life, liberty, and the pursuit of hap
piness. That to secure these rights,
governments are instituted among
men, deriving their Just powers from
tho consent of the governed ; that
whenever any form of government
becomes destructive of these ends,
it is the right of tho people to altir
or to abolish it, and to institute a
new government, laying its founda
tion on such principles, and organ
izing its powers in such form, as to
them shall seem most likely to effect
their safety and happiness."
It is true that the authors of the
"Declaration," sound and conserva
tive in action as they were unspar
ing and thorough in principle, as
free from rashness on tho ono hand
as they were from fear on tho other,
used these qualifying words,
"Prudence, indeed, will dictate,
that governments long established
should not bo changed for light and
transient causes; and accordingly
all experience hath bhown, that
mankind-are more disposed to suffer
whlU evils are suil'crable, than to
right themselves by abolishing the
forms to which they are accustom
cd." lint they hasten to add,
"when a long train of abuses and
usurpations, pursuing invariably
the same object, evinces a desigu to
reduce them under absolute despo.
tism, it is their right, it is their
duty, to throw ofi'euch government,
and to rnoviDE sew ouardb
their fuluro security."
Coming now from this clear state
ment of general pilm-iplca to a con
sideration of the particular circum
stances of our own case ; it is a pro
position capable of the clearest
demonstration that the government
of these islands has become in laigo
measure, to use the language quoted
above, "destiuctivo of those ends"
for which nil legitimate government
Is established and maintained. To
this statement, I think, few men of
American birth, or trained In res
pect for American ideas will take
exception. More than till1, it is
clear that the constant and by no
means slow tendency of things is
from bad to worse ; and that year by
year, and almost month by month,
wo sec plainly manucstcu on me
part of our rulers, a disposition less
conservative and more "destructive"
of every interest which virtuous and
patriotic men hold dear.
It is not my purpose to formulate
an indictment against the Hawaiian
Government, or to recite in detail
the successive and progressive steps
by which that Government has for
feited the confidence and respect of
all honest, intelligent and disinter
ested people who livo under Its
sway. The pictnre stands uctoro us
in bold outllno nnd vivid colors ; the
record Is so plain that the wayfaring
man, though a fool, can read as ho
runs, and need not err in his conclu
sions. All history has a tendency to re
peat itself; and we accordingly sue,
not only a substantial correspond
ence between many of the evils com
plained of by our forofathcis, and
those under which we ourselves now
suffer, but in some instances an
identity so exact, that the precise
words used in formulating their com
plaints against the king and govern
ment of Great Britain, would answer
perfectly well to describo certain
items in our own catalogue of
I will not weary you, nor trespass
upon the courtesy of the Bm.i.irriN"
by making verbatim quotations, but
will simply ask you to turn to the
first accessible copy of that honored
historic document, and sec for your
selves how fully its language bears
out the statement just made. Along
with numerous other invasions of
the rights and interests of tho colo
nists, it is charged against King
George III that he has refused his
assent to wholesome and necessary
laws ; that he has sought to prevent
tho growth of tho population by
placing obstacles in the way of
naturalization and hindering the
acquisition of lands; that he has
obstructed the administration of
justice and made judges dependent
on his will for the tenure of their
offices ; that he has created a multi
tude of new and useless olllccs,
whoso incumbents, in the words of
thoy 'Declaration," "harass our peo
plu ami eat otic tlicir substance;"
that he has kept standing armies
among them in time of peace, and
affected to make the military inde
pendent of, and superior to, the
civil power, etc., et6.
Turn now for a moment from this
statement of wrongs inflicted on tho
American Colonies, and consider the
political history of the Hawaiian
Islands for the last few years. Can
any intelligent person, with even the
most superficial knowledge of Ha
waiian affairs, bo ho American or
otherwise, fail to recognize the strik
ing parallel? Have we not in re
peated instances, seen tho royal
assent refused to wholesome and
necessary laws? Have not the king
and his confederates placed on the
statute book a naturalization law,
under which it is impossible for the
great majority of foreign denizens,
be their residonco ever so long and
their characters ever so unimpeach
able, to acquire tho rights of citizen
ship, and have they not by their
pcrsistcut refusal to act, virtually
nullified tho wise and statesmanlike
law for tho granting of Government
lauds to actual settlers? Hntfo they
not sought to make tho minor judi
ciary subservient to tho royal whim
by abolishing the limited control
over their appointment, formerly
held by the Supieme Court, nnd
vesting the same, if not in tho king
' directly, nt least in his creatures
and thoso who are dependent on his
pleasure for tho breath of their
official life? Aro not thoso persons,
in many instances, utterly unfit to
bo trusted with such a responsibility,
and is not tho lowering of the char
acter of our magistrates, tho impair
ment of their independence nnd tho
resulting loss of public confidence
and respect, a most real and grnvo
obstruction to tho administration of
justice? Has thero not been a
multiplication of oflices for which
there is neither justification nor
shadow of excuse ; and have not the
salaries and profits of thoso form
erly existing been increased in a
reckless and extravagant manner?
Aro not some of these olllccs virtu
ally sinecures? Are not many of
the most important positions in tho
kingdom held by men notoriously
incompetent and morally unfit,
political banditti, who "harass our
people and cat out their substance?"
And finally ; has not oir pxeoutive
for several years past been under a
veritnblo military craze, cxponding
for arms and military paraphenalia,
large sums sorely needed for pur
poses of public utility, and this, loo,
in u country which is not only nt
pcaco with all tho world, but where
there js neither prospect of war, nor
oven tho possibility of carrying ono
on, either offensive or defensive?
Has there not been maintained in
this peaceful and law-abiding com-
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mtinlty, nt groat expense, a military
force, both regular nnd militia, for
which there is no legitimate use,
atid most of which is composed of
such material that instead of being
a guarnntco for the uininlenanco of
law and public order, it is a standing
menace to tho lives and liberties of
our people? Is it not well known
that within the last two weeks,
artillery, machine guns and ammu
nition in large quantities have been
privately conveyed Into the Palace
enclosiffo at dead of night, and that
the king has surrounded himself
with an arrangement of guards,
pass-words nnd countersigns, to say
4lt!kM n iiaitnHntiin mite mtntniM
mmiiu ui mi vaiuusmu bJ) nyaii-iii,
which would bo quite appropriate
for a city in a stato of siege, or an
army in the presence of an enemy?
And havo we not recently seen the
Palace entrances and the adjoining
portions of wall entirely demolished
and rebuilt at a heavy expense, for
no object that can bo imagined by
any sano man, unless to improvo
their capacity for defensive pur
poses, nnd provide iron clad em
brasures on either side of each
gate, from which artillery and small
arms can rake the approaches In
Americans by birth or blood,
domiciled In the Hawaiian Kingdom,
identified with' its interests and
seeking its welfare, should seriously
consider the events of the last five
years, tho present condition of af
fairs, tho plain tendency of things,
nnd if unchecked, their inevitable
consummation ; and in tho light of
their own country's history and the
events which gave tlicir nation birth,
judge what is their present duty.
Engine Company, No. 2.
THE KEGULAU MONTHLY MEET,
lngof Mechanic Engino Co. will
bo held THIS WEDNESDAY EVEN
ING, nl 7 :!50 p. in. Bv order Foreman.
Gilt J. F. MORGAN.
isy THERE WILL BE A
; melting of Hawaiian Lodge,
sTr?7- Wo -'i 1 A -" ll"s
''&& ovmlng at 7:30 o'clock, for
worl; in tne iiinu i-iegrce, uninu
Muster Atkinson will be present. All
Sojourning brethren arc cordinlly iuvlt
ed to bo pi cent.
By older of the Worshipful Master.
T. 0. POUTER,
Secretary. fit H
Mystic Lodge, No, 2.
Mcniborsof Mystic Lodgo
No. 2, K. of I meet this
evening, at 7 :au o'cioeu,
nt Way's Block, King st.
lUusincfs, conferring Es-
Brothers of Oaliu Lodgo
and all visiting Brothers
cordinlly Invited to at
K. of It & S.
TMJRING MY ABSENCE
AJ Ihl8 Kingdom Mr. C. Boltcwlll
act for me under lull power of attorney.
Honolulu, June 1, 18s". fll lw
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
O Whale Bo-il, HO feet long, !1 foet
deep, 8 ftct wide; 2 212 (ect Surf Boats;
1 18 feet burr Uoal; i Decked riungcr,
10 feet long, 0 feet 0 inches wide, 2 feet
0 Inches deep, with must nnd bulla all
complete; 1 22 feet Sniling,Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Apply to,
E. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder and General Jobber. 51 If
Departure Bay Goal
FOIt FAMILY USE.
.Hist Received !
Ex Bktno.Tohn Worslcr, for sale
in lots to suit.
f2,(S4.0 PoundH per Ton.
WILDER & CO.
THE FOLLOWING COMPETI
TIONS will take pluco on tho Race
Courso, and entries for the Mirao arc in
Handsome Pil.c-i (n list of which will
bo puhlMiod nt n Liter dale), will he
presented to tho successful competitors.
Ono Mile Ruee,
Quarter Nilo Race,
100 yards R'icj for Youths under 17,
MO yards Riteo for Youths under 17,
100 yards Rune,
2J0 yauU HurdloRace,
Putting the Shot,
Throwing tho Huso Hall,
Three Legged Rnce.
Tho nhoo ovents aro open to all Ama.
Entrio', accompanied by a fco of one
dollar will ho reeelvtd by any of tho
members of tho (Joinmitteo nnmeel below,
nnd it Is uqucsted that early entry bo
A. T. ATKINSON,
jftfaaB occupied by tho undersigned,
W. C. PARKE.
f J dK (T. 1
At 10 o'clock n. m.,
At t'io rcildonco of KEV. E.O OGGELi
(Uobron r mho ) Miunnti Avenue, wo
will sell nt Public Auction tint entire
Household Furniture, c mpililng
One Upholstered Parlor Sot !
Black Walnut Whatnot,
1 Fa Ming ''Japanese Lily,"
Hanging Lumps, Laco Ourtalm,
B. W. I T. iMroii Set!
Sofa tigs, Miscellaneous Books,
Black Walnut Des ,
Silver and Elated Waio,
11. W. Extension Tnblc,
Marble Top Sideboard,
Ono Webster's Dictionary and Stand
KITCHEN STOVE ArlD UTENSILS, ETC.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
dO IU Auctioneers.
Saturday, June 4th, '87
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
At the Residence of REV. J. A . CRUZ AN,
corner of Alnpni and King streets, wo
will cell nt public auction, the entire
Household Furniture, consisting of
Upholstered Bed Lounge !
Upholstered Ensy Chnlrs,
1. cither Covered Ensy Chairs,
One Upright Piano!
Kianch & Back, makers, N. Y.
Black Walnut Center Table,
1 3-Llght Chnndil er,
Luce Curling, Cmuico Poles,
Pictures, Largo Center Rugs,
One Set American Encyclopedia I
Mack Walnut Book Cue,
Kou liook Cat-c,
I B. W. Marble Top Bedroom Sot!
Black Walnut Chcflbnler,
Sprlng'Matircvses, Mofqulto Nets,
Blnofc Wtilnui Cradle,
Child's Black Bedstead,
A.SII B12LK,003 SEX!
Black Walnut Bedstead",
Camphor Wood Trunks,
Cedar Dress Case,
1 PILLAR B, WALNUT EXTENSION TABLE
Blnck Walnut Sideboard,
Black Walnut Chulrs,
a Decorated Tea Hers,
DECORATED DINNER SET!
Croskery, Meat Safe, Rcfrlgcialor,
Stovo and Kitchen L't'jtislls.
And ut 1 o'clock noon,
I Horso, broken to Saddle & Harness
1 Snddlo Horse,
Sets Singlo Hnrncss,
Side Saddle, English Siddlc
B. Spanish, Leghorn & Common Fowls
&$r The promises will ba open for In.
spectlon on FRIDAY, June :hd, from
!l n. in to !1 p. m.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1887
At 10 o'clock, a.m.
At the Residence of R. More
Corner of Bcrctmia and Pilkol Sts ,
wo will sell at Public Auction, the
Comprising in part of
Upholstered Easy Chairs,
Marble Top Table,
Largo Center Rugs, Sofa Rugs,
I Sherman Clay & Co. Upright Piano
Ebony Music Rack, Porticrs,
Laco Curtains and Cornices,
One B. W. Etagere!
Hair Clolh Lounge, Vienna OhnliB,
One Massive B. W, Marble Top Bed
room Set 1
Spring Mnltrr-bsoi. Pillows,
Mosquito Net, B AV Extension Table,
B V Wnrdrobo,
B. Walnut Marble Top Sideboard
Asfortment of Plated and Silverware,
Ciotkery and Glasswaro, Bed Lounge,
Household Sewing Mnciilne, Meat Safo,
Stovonnd Utenflls, Garden Tools, etc.,
Tho above Furnlturo Is all In good
order, and ofTen a lino opportunity to
houso Helpers, Tho house will bo open
for Inspection ON MONDAY and TUE3
DAY, .Iiinu (lih and 7th, from 0 n. m. to
II ). m,
E. P. APAMS & CO., '
C0 7t Auctioneers,
FOR SALE I
Departure Bay Coal
For family ueo.
Ill Lots to Suit,
Allen & Robinson's
48 at Queen Street.
Special Sale of
TIU1 & m
I hivo received Instructions to tell nt
public auoiion nt my sales room, Ma
sonic Building, on
Juno 2nd, nt 2 o'clock,
A I nr go nnd valuable lusoilmcnt of
Diaiiii ami Jewelry!
Comnrlslni; as follows:
Cent's Diamond Masonic Bieastpln
Lidlcs Diamond Spray l'lns
Cent's BrcnslpliiK, Intnglio & Diamonds
Gent's Solitaire Diamond Rings
ueni's cni'tereu Diamond mugs
Lndlcs half-hoop Diamond Rings
Ladle-,' Emerald nnd Diamond Kings
Ladies' Ruby ami Dlnmond Rings
Gent's Bnlitalro Sapphire Rings
Ladies' Solitaire Diamond Ear-rings
Gent's Solltnlro Diamond Studs
Iulics' Sliver Bangles, Lockets, Neck
ChnliH, Bracelets and Enr-rlugs, In
full Milts of silver.
And other articles too numerous to men
tion. Evciy nrtlclc guurnntccd ns re
presented. Lidlcs attending this talc
will have tqcclnl accommodation The
whole will bo on view on Tuenlay next,
LKWIS J. LBVEY,
48 4t Auctioneer.
I nm instructed by Mons. Henri Fccr,
French Commissioner, to sell at public
auction (oil account of Departure) nt
his icsldeiice, on Bcrctnnla street, ad
joining Fort street Church,
On Monday, June 6
At 10 oVIoek n. m.
(Providing tho nuw Commissioner ar
rives per W. S. Alameda, due June id),
The whole of his Household Furniture
1 PARLOR SET,
Dining Tablo and Chairs,
Cottage Piano & Harmonium,
Sideboard, several Bedroom Set",
Chairs, Tallies and Rocking Chairs,
Chandellors and Lamps,
Crochery nutl GInnKMnro
Curtains nnd L-imbrcqiilns m
Kitchen Slovo nnd Utent-ils,
Ladies' nnd Gent's Siddlc?, ttc, nlso
One 2-Seatod Family Carriage
And one PHAETON.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
FOR SALE BY
rpilE BLACKSMITH SHOP IN THE
JL new brick bulldig on KinRstrrct
near Ntiuauu, recently occupied by Mr.
U, T. Hoyt. Opposite old btnilon house.
For particulars apply to
40lf J. E. BROWN & CO.
For Sale or Lease.
THOSE PUEMISES SITUATED ON
Punnhou Street called "Kannnilo.
hla," the property of C. H. Judd, are for
salo or for leustgfor a term of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OARTWBIGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 18. 1H80. 1608
TJf THE SUPREME COURT
JL of tho Hawaii n n Itdnodj. In the
matter of AICAIIAI fth), of Onomea,
HiloIInwail agiiutwhom n petition for
adjudication wm filed on tho 21sl day of
March, 1837, in tnld Court. In Uankrup.
toy. Beforo Hon. E. Preston,
Upon reading tho said petition, nnd
upon proof beforo mo taken, I do find
that the said AKAIIAI (cli), has become
a bankrupt within tho truo intent
and meanlug of tho Act approved on tho
29th day of August, 1884, entitled "An
Act to rcgulalo proceedings in Bank
ruptcy in the Hawaiian Islands."
Anil 1 do hereby dcclaro and ndjudgo
him a bankrupt accordingly.
And I do further order that tho crcdl.
tori of thd siid bankrupt come in and
provo their debts beioro such .Tus.
lieu of tho Supremo Court as ahull ho
silting In Chambers nt Alllolani Hale,
Honolulu, on the lllih day of Juno
1887, between the hours of ten o'clock
In Iho forenoon and noon of tho
cnid day, and elect one or more nBsignco
or assignees of the said bankrupt citato.
And that notice thereof be published
ill tho Dau.V IIui.lkti.V, and Hawaiian
Chinese Nnvs newspapers published In
Honolulu, In tho English and Chinese
And that Ihu said banki upt shall lm.
mediately llu with tho Clerk of this
Honorable Couit a schedule of his credr
itors and assetB, as required by tho Enid
Act. E. PRESTON,
Jubtlco of the tiiipiemc Court.
Attest: Willum Foster.
d Dopuly Cleik. 47 lOtmwf
Dr. P. L. Minor.
WILI, BE AT THE OFFICE OF
Dr. Broil I o until Novembor lsi,
when ho will tako possession qt t)0
Makoe resldcncp. Olllco Hours from, 8
to 10 n. m. from 2 to 4 and from 0 to 8
p. in. Mutual Telephone S4. 2m 48.
A .NICE FURNIBHED FRONT
room at No, d Garden Lane, 04
.v -. . - .- i
Of the Very Best Quality Obtainable I
Having secured the privilege of tio use of the GRAND
STAND, .at the Kapiolnni Eace Course, at the
coming races, on the 10th and 11th
of June, will he prepared to
which he' guarantees will he
Superior to any there Offered.
to tho public before, consisting of
Ice Creams, Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Lemonade and Cream Drinks, . .
Strong Hot Coffee with Cream and Buns,
A large assortment of Cakes,
Ham, Bread and Butter, Sandwiches,
Roast Chicken, Turkey, Spiced Beef of the finest flavour,
Salad with Mayonaise Sauce, Pork and Beans, etc., etc,,
People visiting the Park during the races will have no
need to take their own provisions, as F. HORN promises
to sell at the lowest prices possible, so as to satisfy every
body. F. HORN, Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery, and Ice Cream Parlors,
Established 18G3.J t47d No. 71 Hotel Street.
TMHEl. HL. J. HA.H.T,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Has returned from Son Frnueisco, and having
Secured the services of a First-Class Pastry Cook,
which enables tho "Elite," more than over, to mnko n
Superior quality of all kinds of Ice Cream, Sherbets,
Water Ices, &c.
Our Fancy Cakes are tho Pride of Honolulu,
And wobakooveiy day Lady Fingers, Macuroons, Drop Cnkcs, Coco Dips, and
many other kinds too numerous to mention.
Sponge, 1'onnd, Frnit and Jelly (taker always on hand,
or mudo to order on short notice, in any style.
A fine lino of Choico Candles always in stock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The public U Invited to inspect our stock and store, which is now in flno order.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
HART & STEINER, Proprietors,
Mutual T ele. 8C8 JSTOpen daily until 11 p. m.-n Bell Tele. 189.
Slutual Tel. 180.
P.O. Box 415.
I Business Ai
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Cottages to Let or Lease In delight
ful locations, within easy reacn of tho
business part of the city, with nccommo.
dations suited to any requirement and
on most favorable terms.
Threo Lodging Establishments lor Sale
The "Old Corner," at Nuuanu and
Queen Streets, for salo ono ot tho best
business Btnnds in tho city.
Three Pieces of Real Estate In this dis
trict, outside of the city, for salo or
To Let Two cottages pleasantly situated
on tho flank of Punchbowl Hill, to.
wards Maklkl, ono mile from tho P.
O ; delightful accommodations for
To Let A coltape with largo yard room
and stnblo accommodation for a num
ber of horses.
For Sale or Lease. Lot 180 ft. by 205 ft.
Easterly comer of Fort and School
streets. Water laid on. Tlllo perfect.
Ono of tho finest hcilding Bites in tho
Leaso ol Fish Pond for Sale. A rare op
portunity is now offered to secure a
long lease of one of the most profltn
bio llsh ponds in this district A largo
outlay has lately been made for Im
provements, and tho property is in lino
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
Unrivalled Opportunities for profit
Full particulars given upon nppllca.
tion at the Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Wanied Immediately. Fivo good carpen
ters can And employment at once on
application at tho agency. None hut
competent woikmen need apply.
Situation Wanted. By n practical engi
neer, who can givo tho best of refer
ences. Situations Wanted. By threo men as host,
lcrs and general help will mako
themselv83 useful in doing tho chores
in a prlvnto family,
Situation Wanted as housekeeper or nuiso
by a whito lady, of experience in both
capacities. Would apcept a position
a a ladies' traveling companion and
First-clnss Hook-keepers, Carpenters,
Stewards, Cooks, Nurses nnd other
Bkillcd labor desiring employment.
Cottage to Kent
AND FUJtNITURE FOR SALE
Low rent; furnlturo nt a bargain.
For particulars rnqulro if Jno. Mngoou,
Agent, Mcrchunt street. 27 tf
JOB PRINTING ot all kinds cxe
cutcd at tho Daii.y Bulletin Office
Boll Tel. 172.
Mutual Tol. 872.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Seal Estate Apnts, Etc.,
Offer tho following:
To Let. Shop in new brick building on
King street, near Nuuanu, next to
Chinese Nevt a Co.'s offices. Rent very
Rooms to Rent
localities. -Furnished-'-in the beat
To Lei. A5-roomed Cottage, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuuanu
Aveauc, opposite "Valley Homt," In
excellent order. Bath and water con
veniences. Itont $18.
To Let. a pleasantly sl'uated residence,
comprising two cottages, outhouses,
etc., onPauoa road, near Punchbowl
street. Kent very low to meet the
House and Lot for Sale. Very desirable
residence on Beretania Street. The
house contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Bathroom. Mosquito proof. House
new nnd well built.
Lot 100 by 160 feet with privilege of
buying next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Sale or Lease With Immediate pos
session, that valuable estate known as
tho NUUANU VALLEY UANCH,
situatrd in tho Nuuanu Valley, 2)
miles from the city, and undoubtedly
tho root eligible site for a milk or
milk and butter dairy in this Kiugdom.
Thojttliovo splendid properly may be
had on easy terms.
For Sale A splendid property of over 5
acres of laud oft Liliha Street; un.
rivalled a3 a ulto for a gentleman's
residence. An early application nec
essary to purchase in a singlo lot. For
particulars apply to J. E.Brown & Co.
Situations wanted by
And othor clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street. ' fit
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advertise jn the Daily Btn.LyTW, '
IN 5 GALLON' IRON DRUMS
Just tho thing to mdko buckets of
when empty. For salo by
491m A. W. PIERCE&CO.
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