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All persons holding water j rivllcgc",
or those paying water rates, r..'e hereby
notified that the water rates Us the term
ending December 81 18S7, Ull bo due
nd paynblo at the ofllcoof the Honolulu
Water Works on the 1st July, 1SS7.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen days nftcr they are due will be
subject to nn additional ten per cent.
Parties paying rate will dense pre
sent their last receipts.
OH AS. Ii.WU.SON,
Sup't. Honolulu Water W iks.
. Approved: L.AUOLO,
Miulstcr of Interior.
Honolulu, June 20th 1897. CO 10t,
BISHOP &Ct., BANKERS
Draw Exchange on the
Buulc o Caliibnilii, N. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. Jf. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial (Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. O., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Arc authorised to eolket lortlic
Honolulu June 8th. 1887. 57
8 ft nttji StilMin.
Hedged to neither Btot nor Vittj,
Bat established tor the benefit cf all.
MONDAY, JUNE 20. 1887.
Alcxandrina Victoria, the daughter
of Edward, Duke of Kent, was bora
May 24, 1819. She became Queen
of Great Britain mid Ireland at the
age of eighteen. Her rcigu began
on June 20, 1837. She was crowned
at Westminster about a year later,
on June 28, 1838. On the 10th of
February, 1810, she was married to
Prince Albert, of Saxc Coburg aud
Gotha. Nearly twenty-two years of
happy married life terminated on
December 11, 1801, at which date
the Prince Consort died of typhoid
fever, nt Windsor, leaving the Queen
with four sons and five daughters,
and from then till now her crown
has been "a lonely splendor." On
the 24th of last month, sixty-eight
years ago she was born, and fifty
years ago to-day site a?cendcd tho
throne of the British Empire. Her
reign has been long, benign, and
wise. Her womanly virtues, her
pure life, and her judicious official
conduct have won for her the res
pect, the esteem, and the admira
tion of her empire and of the world.
Few sovereigns so good have ever
Bat on any throne : a better never.
To-day, Britishers and British des
cendants in Honolulu and on these
islands joyfully celebrate tho jubilee
of good Queen Victoria's reign, and
it is safe to say that all nationalities
join with them in sincerely wishing
that her life may still be long spared
and her reign perpetuated.
God Savk Queex Vctoiua.
ACAIN, WHERE IS THE LOAN?
Leaving the general lines of ir
regularity, crookedness and illegality
which surround the loan of 188G,
and to which reference was made in
Saturday's Bum.ktix, let us consider
what the Government has to say
about the disposition made of tho.
The Advertiser acknowledges the
receipt of $1,300,000 on loan ac
count $800,000 as an advance
from the London syndicate, and
$500,000 obtained in Honolulu. Tho
Bulletin has demonstrated that
even technically this statement can
not be true ; but wo arc prepared to
admit that the Government has en
gaged in unauthorized and illegal
financial transactions with certain
capitalists, or representatives of
capitalists in London, by which a
largo sum of money lias been ob
tained on a pledge of the national
consolidated revenue, whatever that
may mean, subsequent to tho placr
ing of 200,000 in six per cent 10-30
bonds on the London markot by the
same financial agents. Whether
theso transactions cover an advance
on account of loan, as tho Advertiser
alleges, or an independent financial
operation, involves a question of Jaw
and fact which it is needless to
nrguc in this placo, but which will
doubtless arise in due time and give
the Government sufficient trouble
before it is etrnightend out.
That Hie entire business has been
mismanaged and bungled is appar
ent to any one having the least
financinl knowledge, and the state
ment in Saturday's Advertiser leaves
it nn open question whether the
Government does not stand to lose
at least $125,000 when the loan ac
count with the Syndicate has been
closed. It should be tho object of
everyone to prevent this if possible,
and therefore a discussion of the loan
management upon its merits is
necessary and proper.
The Loan Act provides $100,000
for expense of floating the loan aud
other charges, The half million
placed in Honolulu appears to have
absorbed $2'J,970 ; but no statement
is to hand of the expense incurred
in London and San Francisco on
loan account. But it is significant
that the Syndicate only advanced
$800,000 against an alleged $1,000,
000 raised by way of louti at a big
premium, while the utmost the
financial agents are entitled to on
this operation is 5 per cent or $50,
000. If the remaining half million
dollars are borrowed that would
absorb $25,000 expenses, leaving
$475,000 not for tho Government,
should the bonds be sold at par, of
which there can be no reasonable
doubt. We have therefore $100,000
as the aggregate deduction for ex
penses of which 829,970 has been
already paid, leaving $70,230 as a
subsequent and final payment. But
the Syndicate retains $200,000 in
hand, which is $129,770 more than
they arc fairly entitled to forguaran
tceing the loan. And unless a very
sharp look out is kept this money
will never be covered into the Treas
ury. There is no decent or honest
pretence for retaining such an
amount, because the financial agents
renorted that .although the bonds
were offered at 98, allotments were
made at a premium of -1 or 5 per
The following items in the expen
diture statement of the Advertiser
require explanation :
Encouragement of Immi
gration $10,090 51
Electric light for the city. 0,359 M
Water Worka 39,325 8S
Sundry disbursements on
loan account unci cash
in Treasury 93,000 -17
If wo remember aright the first
three items appeared in the Treas
ury statement, March 01st, 1887;
the fourth is new. Beginning with
the last, what services connected
with the loan do theso "sundry dis
bursements" represent? Do they
include travelling expenses and
special missions, or what? And
how much cash remained in the
Ticasury to loan account, June 18,
Regarding tho water works the
entire expenditure upon new mains,
etc., since July last when the im
provements began, did not exceed
$15,000 up to March 8lsi of this
year, to which the statement applies.
And this was not a loan expenditure
but a demand upon the ordinary
revenue. The water woiks are en
titled to 850,000 under loan, to
construct, it was understood, a new
reservoir, but nothing in this way
has been attempted, and a charge
of $39,325.88 is mado against loan
account, leaving a beggarly $10,
674.12 to build a storage reservoir.
We challenge this unexplained water
Avorks charge against loan.
How was $0,359.11 expended on
loan account for lighting tho city
with electricity. This is an outlay
before March 31st, and is of an ex
ceedingly shady character. If ru
mor docs not err tho bulk of it went
in a bonus and salary to tho alleged
electrician who lighted the Palace
yard during the Jubilee. If so, it is
not a charge ngaint loan.
Kucouragcmcnt of immigration,
$10,090.51 may bo all right, but tho
public would be gratified if tho item
were satisfactorily explained. The
four items above mentioned make
$18-1,788, less cash in Treasury,
whicli dojnot appear at first sight to
bo legitimate charges against loan,
but rather an attempt to relievo the
revenuo and provide money for use
less and extravagant purposes.
Harely, if anywhere, can such
an example of friendly inter
mingling and social equality of tho
whlto and brown races bo found as
Is presented by the Hawaiian Islands.
The while foreigner did not attempt,
on coming nnd taking up his abodo
on these islands, to drive out or
exterminate the aboriginal occupants
of tho land. Nor has ho proudly
held himself aloof from them, M
being a little lighter in color or of n
superior race. Tho two racc3 fiecly
intermany nnd commingle on the
same social level. In church fellow
ship, in public gatherings, and in
friendly reunions they intermix as
one people. They pursue tho avoca
tions of life side by side, and sit to
gether at tho same table. Moreover,
the white foreigner has used his
oni'iiost endeavors to educate, in
struct, civilise, christianise, elevate,
and improve his Hawaiian brother.
Every institution which the country
possesses to-day for the benefit of
the Hawaiian lias been Introduced
and nurtured by the white man. To
the much-derided early missionaries
is mainly due the credit of what
good has been accomplished. Every
fair and candid man familiar with
tho country's modern history must
confess tills. There may be, and is,
room to question whether the best and
wisest that could have been done, has
been done. It is admitted that among
the foregners who have come to the
country have been some whoso ex
ample, influence, and efforts have
been to corrupt and debase instead
of elevating the native race. In the
main, the two races have lived hap
pily and contentedly together, until
they lmvc to a considerable extent
amalgamated. Never, we bclieyc,
until ol late years has there been
any endeavor to produce discord,
by antagonizing the one against the
other. Efforts of this nature have
unfortunately been made within the
past few years. Its authors arc
unscrupulous politicians, whose mo
tives were self-gain. They have
been measurably successful only. A
lew young, half-educated natives,
indebted for tlieir existenco, in most
instances, to the foreigner's patern
ity, being aillictcd with lightness in
the upper regions and conceiving
the erroneous belief that their capa
bilities qualify them to manage the
Britisli Empire, have "caught on"
to the idea that they can do without
the foreigner, and therefore on occa
sions open their mouths wide and
talk loudly against him. Race an
tagonism has, we believe, extonded
but little beyond this. A vast
majority of the native people enter
tain tho most friendly feelings to
wards the foreigner, knowing full
well that they could do badly with
out him, There is no good reason
why the two races should not con
tinue in the future, as in the past,
on the most cordial terms.
SOME WOMEN'S WORK.
English women in this generation
liavo done some rather rcniaikablc
work, it must be confessed. Mrs.
Leonowcns, Catharine Maequoid,
Lady Brasscy and Lady Anne Blunt
have all acquired a lcpulntioii for
adventurous travel, together with a
number of others. In political
economy Mrs. Fawcett has made an
enviable name ; so has Mrs. Green
in history ; and so has Miss Martin
can in both history, and political
economy. In philosophical thought
Frances Power Cobbo 1ms achieved
distinction. Mra. Jameson, Lady
Eastlake, Mrs. Haweis and Lydia
Scott arc only a few of tho names
that aro widely known in the realm
of art criticism, as Elizabeth Thomp
son of tho "Roll Call" anil Kate
Grcenaway aro but two instances of
a large number who have used their
pencil and brush acceptably in art
itself. Only three or four men of
England have excelled tho work of
Georgo Eliot, Charlotte Bronte,
Emily Bronte, Emelia B. Edwards,
Anno Thackeray and Miss Yongc in
the writing of novels: tho last
through tho youth of her readers,
having an especially wide influence.
And if tho poems of Adelaide Proc
ter, Jean Ingclow nnd Mrs. Craik
liavo not reached the very topmost
intellectual heights, Mrs. Brown
ing's have, and so have a few of
George Eliot's, and they liavo, at
any rate, succeeded in touching nnd
warming the heaits of those that
liavo been and always will bo inac
cessible to their so-called superiors.
Women who have been able to ac
complish so much with crippled
means and methods of education
and habit have a right to expect that
their successors, to whom tlio royal
paths have at last been opened,
shall accomplish a great deal more.
f Harper's Bazar.
During tlio yonr 188(5 taxes were
pniil on 3,510,898,588 cigars in
OF LARGE BUSINESS
premises nt Koliala. Hawaii. Suit.
tunc inr sioro. a goon opening lorn
With numerous bed rooms, as lliero is
a want of a roslnuiant and rooming
establishment In Kohala, and by propir
manngement would bo a lucrative bitbi.
iron A. STORE.
It Is In the center of the white and
native- population with over U,O0O lcet of
tloor fpaco and hIuuiIb on it largo lot
with close fence, lingo water supply nnd
every convenience. Rent $10 a month.
Lea3o 15 yoirs to run, will sell ut a
reavonablo prico. Part leulnrs of.
00 lw D.L.APHAItT.
cocksfoot, iiye Girss exg-
LlsUhEDOl OVER. COW
riMIB ATTENTION OK AIL INTER
X eslod In niipiovliig tliu pii-iur.-lands
(f tlm Hands I- inllid totliu
iiln vo valuable si tds, will h u oiler fur
s lie In luts to sail un'luucr-,
We linvc i.l.oon hand sample lots of
Wlutt Oovir, htullsh A syio.Tl nu
thy, RIuGiihnU eMcdD g's Till, Till
Fescue, tt.illui Rye Grass and I.urerne
surds, which we filer lntmull lots for
trial, and will nho receive orders for
quantities of not less than half a ton
weight, and execute same with dispatch,
WM, G. IKWIN & CO.
Taro Flour Poi!
New Receipt Discovered for
Cooking Taro Flour Poi.
On tho Samo Principle as Corn
Meal or Oat Meal is Cooked.
Uno lound of T.iro Flour cooked tliia
way will mukj o pound,! of hard poi.
Take thu ilu'ired amount of Turn
Flour, mix It Willi cold watir In sutll
olent ipiuutitlcs lo mnfco it a thick paste.
Plan li in u porcelain pot, (nnd no
otlici) on n slow lire, add )ot waler
slowly or uioiigh to pi event u binning.
Keep Stirling with a spoon or slick for
an hour while c oklng; then kcI it on
nnother t lower llio for uimihcr hour.
SVhfii cooked 1 hiee ll in a bowl or cala
bash and kt It lemuln lor 21 hours; llien
It leady for use, adding suiricient
(.old water to make it thu pioper thick,
ness. If found lumpy, iquuezu thioiigh
a piece of mosquito uettiuir.
All families debliing clem poi will
do well to glvo 'Inro Flour, picpmed
thh way, a new lil.il.
Tin s.-di siring tour poi inuulet It re
main two or tliue days. 05 'Jw
LOST OR MISSOAJUtlED,
ON THE OCFAXIC Co., WHARF
of May lllsl, on arilv.il of AuMru.
lia a huge black leather vulNu tightly
strapped handle hroltin ami lump cord
Mib ituled. Any pci son dellwritig
funic at Paul iVeuniuiiiis (fll.e will be
02 if PAUL "NEUMANN.
THE BIENNIAL MEETING
OF THE MEM11EKS OF THE
Queen':) Hoplml Corporation will
tnke ptuce at the room of the Chuinber
of Commeico in Campbell's Ulnck on
Friday July 8th next in 11 a. in.
57 If Sicy. pro. loin.
$& . ONE GOOD SOUND
juiii'iy .uuiuj pcri:i;uy
uafo t" diive by ladles
or ohildien. Apply lo
At Xo. 10 Queen St.
FOR SALE !
ONE LAltOE 1 OT. corcer Pentacnla
and Lunalilo rts, which can he
dividen into two or mopi building lots.
Ennuiro-of G, WEST,
1C51 Of West, Dow & Co.
A VALUABLE HUILDIXG LOT IN
llonlulu. Having a liontngo on
King street of 00 feet adjoining the new
brick ctorcs occupied by Chinese, iriil
belonging to the eMalc of the lat Thus.
Meek. Hmpiire of .1. 1. DOWHETT,
Queen s-t.-ci'l, Honolulu, June 13, s7
ACATtMAGE AND TWO IIOHt-ES,
S liinhlu for expiessor family iue.
Apply at this olllrc.
I Oil SALE.
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 IXcke.1
0 Wlmlu Itou, ao feet long, 3 feel
ihep, K f et wide; 2 22 feel fcuil Bnatf.;
1 18 fret riuif Boat; 2 Decked liuuger,
Hi feci li'iig Q feet fl inches wide, 2 leet
(1 lnelii (hap, u 1th mnst and sail:) all
complete; 1 21 feet Sailing Scow, w lib
nasi hikI bulls till complcie, Anplv lo.
E. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder and General Jobber, fil If
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
KAPIOLANI PARK LOTS, No. 11
and -I, leased laud; lent paid up
to November 20, 1901. Tlic-o lotitfndjnlu
Mr, Agnew's phoe, aro fenced. Tncni
nnacottigo and s'abks on Iheni, iii.d
water Is laid on. Imjulrc of
03 lw O. BOI.TE.
For Sulo or Lease.
T1IOSK PREMISES SITUATI'D ON
Punnhou Sirect called "Kuminllo.
hi i," Ihu prnpi-ity of C. II. Judil, nro for
sale or for lento tor a term of cais.
For putlculais Inrjulro of
Honolulu. Dec. 13. ltgu. U08
THE PREMISES on Kinau
ghnrwa-p! sireet lecenily occupied by
tauiaS tbo undersigned.
G. E. BOARDMAN.
For pailloulars enqiilrn at the Custom
Douse. 59 lw
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT,
occupied by tho undesigned,
W. C. PARKE.
Cotlngo to Iicnt
A ND FURNITURE FOR SALE i
xx. jjowicnt; lumitiuo at a nargaln.
For particulars cnqulro cf Jno. Magoon,
Agent, Merchant street. 27 tf
On Tuesday, June 2 1st
At 2 i' lot It u on,
On tho prdnl'C, Foit St'oi-t, wo well
sell ul uhlicuucl on
Wood en Buildings
Lilely ucuunlcd by V H. P.istu.
D'lildin t to 1 e ii-movo '.Terms cn:.li.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
0i 2t Auctioneers.
' Special Snlc of
By older of Mr. .Inlm S. Hpe.ir wo will
H'll at public miction, lit his itorr, Tort
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 21st,
At 10 a. in.,
Ladies' and Gonfa Diamond Kings,
Q nit's Solid Gold Scarf Pin?,
Solid Gold Earring-,
Collnr and Slcevu Uuttonx,
Waltham Gold and Silver Watches,
An a-iortuient ofS'illd Sllverwaie,
Ton ami Table Spoons,
Knives, Forks, N.ipkln Hlngf , &c.
'1 ho above mllc'is me all guaranteed,
and are B.ild on aciouui of icmuvul.
E. P ADAMS & CO.,
GO St Aiclloncets
SPECIAL SALE OF
At Auction Liberal Credit to Trade.
I am instructed by a largo Impo ting
Finn to Fell at Public Auction, nt my
Salestooins, corntr of Foil and Quein
Friday June 24tli
At 10 o'clock, n. in.,
a large and wells locted Slock of Clock-
LT.V, uiafcuuru unit imiijiii iiu,
Dinner, Breakfast and Toilet Sets !
Finny and Common Flower Pots,
Ewir-i nail liii-iiH, Soup Pl.iles,
BowN, Jugs, oic.,'and
Assorted Crates of Crookory
Cut and lV-ssed Tumblers,
iim Glas c, CainliLS,
111 mliuion Cupi, fc' ample lioltkf,
and L'tnteriiK, etc.
Biscuits and Crackers
t;nIocn, Pilot nn t Mer ium Bread,
l reiicn miner, uiue .iioiucu eoap,
1 x plsinr and Wlnr'sor Soap,
( ic.uii nf I'n rlar. Cur onato of Soda,
Edam Chef (-(, Pic Fruiis, Snup?,
A-fortcd Siuces, Condensed Milk,
Vinegar C indies, Wivh Blue,
Epsom Salts Ilnny n ti Jmn , C(rk-,
Safe'' MutiliiB, lappirg Paper,
BiicKoU Tubs nllil liasktt'.
Al-o a cljnlci! lot of
Vienna Furniture !
S'ifiis. t Iriirs, etc, Velvet Cirpets,
t-ralbkin ltug, etc., elc, etc.
Cr!" The go-iU will he on Uew the
diy l'cfi re the Bile.
LEAVIS J. LEVEY,
Oil lw Auctioneer.
One Black Horse !
Kind and genlle, perfectly broken to
single and double bailies', and t addle,
peil'ectly safe for anyone lo dr ve or
One Brown Coltl
Nearly 3 jenis old. Well luokcn to
saddle and poi fvctly safe, from imported
stock. Apply to,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Corner of Fort and Queen
A l'cw 3Ioi'0
PIERCE & CO.,
Waikiki Bath House!
MR- W. CROOKS having tikeu
LM. eluirguof tliu Wniutkl Ibith House,
begstoinioim the public that ho will
inn tho placo n3 n flrst-olnss bathing
MRS. CROOKS will iitlend toiholady
patrons of thu place, and every eilbrt
will be made to make it attractive,
STRAYED or STOLEN.
A SCOTCH TERRIER DOG, AX
sweilug to the name of "Gov
ernor." Any person found detaining
said dog will ho prosecuted.
W, II. ALDIUCII.
To bo held nt Iholr Range on King SI.,
oppo.-ltc the Government Nursery.
Monday, July 4, 1887
At O o'clock, n. m.
GOVEHNOK DOM1NIS CUP,
Vol mil at $101, for the highest aggre
gate scoio in nuiichcs No. 1, 1! i.nd a to
become iho ptorcrly of the marksman
winning ll tbreo times at u-gular melt
ings of the II. It. A.
Won July fi, 18' 0, ly J. Ilrcdlo. M. D.
Won January 1, j8j7, by Wm. Unger.
I.-THE DhODlE MFDAL.
Valued at O-'O ; also Eccond pilzo or $5;
third piize ?.i.fj0. Condition of tlie
mutch: Open to nil mcmbjruof the A
suclation, and mcnibcis of the lcgular
mid volunteer military cmnp-iuies of ilu
Kiiigdmi; lo bi'comu tho properly f
tbc nmrkMniin winning it three tlnn s at
lcgular m ;ellng ol thu 11. H. A.
Dlslniice, 200 j aid; rounds', 10; nny
military rlllo under the rules; llinhid to
one eutrj to ei.cli coinpi-titcr. Entrance
on January 1, If 80, by Wm. Ungcr.
Won Ju y 5, 1&80, by C. B. Wil o.i.
Won January 1, 188 J, by U. B. WlUon.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND TARO
Valued $1011; alRO n se-ond prizo of $";
t"ird pnze, $2.C0. Condiiions: Open to
nil nomeis; to become the property of
the murkbinan winning it th ee umus ni
legulur meetirgi of the ll. li. A.; 10
rounds cucli ui (lie 400 nnd fiOO yard
lauges; any military rlllo under ihc
rules; limitid to one entry for each com
pitltur. Entrance fee, $1.
M on July 5, 10, by J Brolle, M. D.
Won January 1, 18V7, by W. O. King.
III. II. It. A. TROPHY.
Valuel at SlfiO Competitors limited to
mcmbeis of the Association. Condi.
Hon-: For tho blglicnaggregato score
nt 200 and COO Timls; 10 rounds at each
distance; any military lillo under the
rules; lo become the properly of the
mark-miiii winning it three times nt
regular meeting ot the II. R. A. En.
trance fee, $1.
Won January J.1E81, by F. J.Hlgglns.
Won July 5, lb0. by J. Urndlo M. D.
Won January 1, 18b7, by Wm. Ungcr.
IV. ALL-COMERS' MATCH.
Four cash prizes, namely: 25, IS, 10
and 10 per cent, of tho net receipts.
Conditions: Open to nil maik.men; any
military rillc ui.der the rules; 10 rounds;
distance, 2 0 yards. Entrance fee, $1.
V ASSOCIATION SECOND CLASS
Open to nil members of iho Assrcia
lion who have mver mudo a rccoid ex.
ceeding 75 per cent at any regular meet,
ing of the I. R. A. F.i'it piize, n Sil
ver Medil; Second pnzc, one dozen
Photographs, pro-cnled by J J. II
limns, Etq. Coudit'ons: Rounds, 10;
distance, 100 ards; any military rlllo
under tho rule . Entrance fee, $1. En
VI.-AS30C1ATION THIRD CLASS
Open to all membors of tho Acsocla.
tlon who luvve never mado a rccoid ex
needing 05 per cent at any regular meet
ing of the II. R A. Fhst prize, a Sll.
vt-r medal; S cond prize, Woven Cart
lidgo licit nnd one hundred Cartridges,
presented by C. H. Nlcoll, E,i, Condi
tions same as in Match No. 5.
VI I. -CONSOLATION MATCH.
Four eish prizes, namely, 25, 15,10
and 10 per rent of tho net receipts,
Conditions: Open to all marksmen who
have never made a record exec ding 70
per cent nt nnv meciing of tho II. R. A.;
rounds.fi; distiincc',200 yards; nny mili
tary lilies uuih-r tho rules. Ei.tranco
fee, CO cents. Entries unlimited.
VIII PISTOL MATOH.
First prize, one Smith & Wesson 88.
cnllbro nickel plated Revolver. Condi,
tlons: Open to all; rounds, 10; dUtance
100 feet. Eniraneo foe, 50 cents. En.
Entries can bo made to tlio Secretary,
or nt tho gun stoio of Mrs. Tho. Lack,
nt any tlmo before, or at tlio Itaugo on
the day of tho match.
Extra guns and cartridges can bo ob
tained at the It mgo.
J. II. FISIIER,
J, BRODIE, M- D.,
atmiamfrAaaajiiii "hiiii h ii
Hell Tel. !. aiittunl Tel. 130.
General Business Agency.-
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
Premises on Judd Slrcol, at p bc-m l occu.
pled by J. Eii.meli.tli. OverBaces
lu ix ml; subsianitilly cuelo-ed,
giwlid patilid Willi fruit tree- both
liuclgti and iiiuive; durable buildings.
Promises near Thomas Square, ICulaoknliun,
now occupied by Livingstone
Building Lot, corner of School nnd Fort
street?, opposite tho Govcmmmt
School House 203 ft. on Fort street.
12 i feet on School street; one 2.rooinetl
Lot ol Land In Kalihl Valley, opposite the:
Morns re m I is.
Tlio "Old Cornor," hliunle on tho enst cor.
ncr of Nuuauu and Quein streets.
Lot, corner of Pcnsncola nnd Wilder
Avenues, M'ikiki, 2 uc-es more or less;
may bo divided up lor sniall home
steads. To Lot That very convenient nnd de
slinblo cottngo on Mcrcbnnt slrcct
optoiite the Mutual Telephone build
ing. Filly Acres (more or less) in Unulkl, cast
of Miiaimlun; 11 acres nf ujjvlcultiiral
land ; 25 ncies all together suitable
for thu cultivation of rice, taro or lm.
nani.s. All the uccesuiry buildings:
Artesian will, etc.
Lcaso ol Fish Pond at AVilklkt. A taro
oppoitunlty for a pn fi table invest
ment. Catlls Ranch nt Knnnaiinli, Maui, suitablo
for a iiiiichmuu of Iniiltid means.
Lease ol Cottago and Lot with large siablu
nccoinmodiulon, "n Punchbowl stuet,
near the Pauou Stream.
Thrco Lodging Houses, furnished nnd do
iuc n pnfllablu business. Situated fits
At the loot of Punchbowl slrcit;
On Alakea, above King slrcct ;
On Hotil, bilweiu Nuuunu nnd.
For Lcaso or Sale on Rjtdtson
able Terms. -.
Two Cottages aud huge lot a,bovo Kinau
slreel.iui tliu ll.u k of l'uuclib wl bill.
Buildings new nnd in good condition.
Healthy location ; I cautlful view
Premises now occiiplfd by L. Way, Esq.,
ICiilaokibtia. A very de-ir.iblu resi
dence, fully uppi inied.
Also, a vnciut building lot adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottage, out Bcrctnnia
strict, innkui of Puliation, 2JLf n.l'cs
from the Post Ofllcc. Together with
griU'ids and anc-iuii well. These
piimlses nro fully nppuin id and very
convenient for a largo family, and aro
fuinislud with seivnnts' ipiarteis, car
ringo house, stables, itc.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottage, on the flank of
of Punchbowl, lif miles irom the Post
Olllce, fully supp.ied with every ccn
veuieneo lor immediate occupation..
Splendid location, beautiful vlow..
One Cottage, with largo yard nccommo..
dation, c rncr of Llliha and King,
streets. Convenient homo for niodeo!
ale family; tlvo mlnutcV walk from
tho Post Ofllco.
Ten Acros (more or lcs?) of good rmsturc
land situate on the Government road
in Kiilihi two miles from town.
A 5-Room Cottago with kitchen nnd baib,
within a halt a mile of the Posl Office.
By a Lady, as nuro or housekeeper, who
has had ninny years experience and
can guarantee satisl action.
By a Book-keeper and geno-ul business
man, who is acquainted with ull
branches of memmtite business.
Wages not an object.
By a Practical Engineer, who can give the
boat of rofeicuces if desired.
By a thoroughly competent Dairyman,
wno understands tliu uusiness lu all
By a man accustomed to plantation work,
who has been many years a resident of
By Several Men who will make them
selvoi useful in doim; tlio chores in
private families; taking enro of horses
and carriages, etc.
Full particulars given wllh logard, to
thu foregoing items on application at
the Agency. 52
BY THIS BTEAMER
CHARLES J. FISH EL
Has received a full Uno line of
In White, Cream and Colored.
A full lino of
Linen, Torchon Laces,
Ribbons, Hats, Millinery
ALL THE GO I
Go inspeot Mr. Fishel's New Goods I
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Leading Millinery House
Cor. Fort & Hotel Stterta.
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