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Foreign Office Notice.
Official notice having been given
that during thes temporary absence
of II. F. Gladi:, Esq., Impciinl Gei
mnn Consul, Mtt. II. AV. Schmidt
will discharge the funutions of that
office ns Acting Consul, nil persons
are hereby requited to give full faith
and credit to all the olllcial acts of
the said II. AV. Schmidt.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
AlliolanI Hale, Jan. 1G, 1888. 40 It
BISHOP & CO., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Buiilc ol Culliox-iiiti, . IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONQ.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
tori a, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Phdged to neither Beet cor Party,
Bat established lor tht benefit ot all.
MONDAY, JAN. 1G, 1888.
TRIAL OF THE NEW WATER
On Thursday morning, Jan. 12th,
water was turned off from the
lower reservoir, to replace a fracture
on the line between the lower re
servoir and the gate house. This
house is situated on the junction of
the two pipe lines, the one from the
upper, the other from the lower re
servoir, at the foot of Judd Hill
and a little inauka of the One Mile
Bridge. In this house are placed
two independent twelve inch gates,
one placed on the old pipe line be
tween the lower reservoir and the
city, the other placed on the new
pipe lino between the upper reser
voir at Queen Emma's and the city,
and running directly down Judd
Hill. These two gates arc operated
iy hand wheels. Immediately in
front of the operator arc two pres
sure gauges marked "Valley &
City." The one marked valley is
attached to the pipe on the inauka
side of the valley gate, and indicates
at that point the pressure of the
water from the upper reservoir.
The one marked city indicates the
pressure of water in the city main.
The water was advertised to be shut
off between the hours of G a. m. and
4 p. M.,bnt to the surprise of a great
many the pressure was greater in
town than it had seen before. Mr.
C. 13. Wilson, Superintendent of
Water Works, having this opportu
nity, determined to make a test of
the upper water system. Accord
ingly at 0 :30 the gate towards the
. lower reservoir being shut down, he
turned on tho water from the upper
reservoir. The city gauge, being at
Zero, began to move and soon indi
cated twenty-five lbs. (25), while a
gauge applied to a tap at the Pacific
Navigation Co.'s building indicated
52 lbs. The 12th gate at this time
was only h Inch open. He then
gradually opened the gate till the
city gauge indicated 40 lbs., which
showed a pressure of 72 lbs. at the
same tap. The gate at tills stage
was about j of an inch open. At
this time a fracture occurred in a
length of pipe on the Ntiuanu main,
opposite the residence of P. C.
Jones, Esq., and at 10:45 o'clock,
the water was shut off to put in a
now length, (the difference of pres
sure at that place being 30 to 10,
but tho pipe was very thin and very
much honoy-combed). In shutting
off the water again slowly, the wave
force was distinctly registered on
tho gauge, runniug up as high as
1G5 lbs. on the gauge as the wave
advanced towards the gate, and
diminishing as tho wave receded
towards tho city, fluctuating back
and forth and growing less and less
as the wave motion became weaker.
When this system is in full opera
tion tho city gauge will bo kept
steady at from 27 to 30 lbs., giving
a pressure of about GO lbs. at the
foot of Nuuanu street. In time of
lire this system will show to great
advantage. The gate operator on
' receiving an alarm of fire, will turn
on tho vnlloy Rttpply till tho city
gauge indicates a pressure of Co
lbs., which will give a pressure of
nearly 100 lbs. at tho foot of Nttu
rmu street. He will then statu! by
the gate leading to the lower reser
voir. Should tho city gauge begin
to indicate more than 05 lbs., by
opening this gate tho water will rush
through into tho lower reservoir and
case t,ho pressure on tho pipes.
When this system is in full operation
it will be a great benefit and im
provement to the city, ami Mr. Wil
son deserves great credit for the
masterly manner in which he has
accomplished tho work.
JENNY LIND'S HOME LIFE.
The daily life of Jenny Lind in
London was extremely simple.
Every morning at 7:30 o'clock,
there were family prayers. . At
these, not only her husband, Mr.
Goldschmidt, and her three children,
but the servants assisted. When
breakfast was over, she habitually
retired to her room on the second
floor, and, seated at Iter writing
desk, opened and answered her
numerous letters. Her room, which
looked out on a beautiful garden,
was simply furnished. Tho most
notable piece of furniture in it was
a large screen, which had pasted
over its entire surface, newspayer
clippings from all parts of the great
singer. Next to Jenny Lind's
room, connected by a door covered
with portieres, was the room of Iter
husband. In it stood a grand piano
and often Mr. Goldschmidt played
on this instrument at night until his
wife, who was nervous at times,
was, by his performance, lulled to
sleep. The family sat down to
lunch at 1 o'clock. Jenny Lind
was a moderate eater and fond of
simple cuisine. In the afternoon
she took a walk when the weather
was fine, and, purse in hand, dis
tributed alms to the poor whom she
met. When she ciiine home she
taught her select circle of pupils, j
and at 7 o clock she sat down to
dinner. She never went to theatres,
balls or operas. She never went to
hear Patti sing once, but she left the
hall before the performance was
over, saying that Patti could act
but she couldn't sing. She was
rather sensitive on the subject of
her rivals. She attended not long
since a garden party, given by the
Lady Burdctt-Coutts. In the course
of conversation, a gentleman speak
ing of Christine Nilsson, called her
the "Swedish Nightingale." In
stantly there sprang up from a seat
close by, an aged, thin woman, who
pointed her linger at the speaker,
and cxclatmod in a voice quivering
with rage: "You are wrong, sir,
j'ou arc grossly wrong; lam the
'Swedish Nightingale.' I am Jenny
She read aloud in the evening, or
chatted about her triumphs to
her favorite pupils. Though she
possessed magnificent jewels she
never wore them. She was exceed
ingly fond of her husband, though
they had disagreements at times;
and she always said that it was ow
ing to Mr. Goldschmidt's manage
ment that she was in such easy
financial circumstances. She brought
up her children well. Her son
Walter is a lawyer ; her son Ernest
is an officer in the army ; her daugh
ter Jennie was married to J. II.
Maude. She spent her summers
partly at Weisbaden, whither she
went to take the baths for her rheu
matism, she lived at her own villa.
Woman for January.
CHARLES DUDLEY WARNER ON SOUTH
But it is seldom cold in The
Needles and the Mohave Desert
a shimmering alkaline waste 85
in March aud say 120 to 130 in
July. It does not matter. The few
people in tho far-apart stations live
in houses that have a second de
tached roof, put on like the fly of a
tent ; and the heated, desolate pas
sage is a providential arrangement
to lower the spirits of the traveller
to the enjoyment of the irrigated
country recovered from the desert
in Southern California. It is a
veritable paradise, as really such as
the oasis of Fayottm in Egypt.
Heavens ! how the human eye does
crave the green color; how grateful
it is for a field of barley, a straight
ucalyptus tree, vines and roses
clambering over the houses, the
lustrous foliage of the orange groves
starred with globes of gold ! This is
Paradise. And tho climate? Per
petual summer (but daily rising in
price). There is no doubt of this
when you reach the San Gabriel
Valley, Pasadena and Los Angeles.
Avenues of eucalyptus, pepper and
orange trees, two, three, four rows
of them, seven and eight miles long;
vast plumed fields of oranges ; the
vine stubs in tho grape plantations
begin to bud; barley fodder (the
substitute for hay) well up and ver
dant; palmettos and other semi
tropical plants, and all tho flowers
and shrubs and vines, gay, rampant,
vigorous, ever-blooming, in door
yards, gardens, overrunning trees
and houses surely it is summer.
There is snow sprinkled on tho bare,
ashy hills, but everywhere in the
plain is water, from the unfailing
mountain springs, running in wooden
conduits and ditches. You can buy
this water at so much an hour. All
you need to buy is climato and
water tho land is thrown in. It i9
warm in the sun tho thermometer
may indicato 70 ; it is oven hot,
walking out through the endless
orango plantations mid gardens that
Burround Los Angeles ; but there is
a chill the instant you pass into the
shade; you still need your winter
clothing, nyd if you drive, or ridu in
tltc grip-cars, over tho steep lulls,
3ou require n winter overcoat. Tho
niglit temperature throughout Cali
fornia is invariably in great contrast
to that in tho day lime; nearly
everywhere fire is necessary at night
tltc year round, and ngrecable neatly
all the year, even in Southern Cali
fornia. I doubt if it is over pleasant
to sit out of doors, or on the piazzas
at night, though it may be in the
hotter months, in the southern por
tion. But it -is very confusing to
the mind of the new-comer to re
concile his necessity for winter
clothing to what he sees and almost
feels ; in short, to get used to tho
climate. The invalid is thrown off
bis guard by appearances, and I
should say that there is no country
in tho world where a person needs to
use more care about taking cold.
Yet this must bo said, tho air is
bracing and life-giving. 1 did not
in any part of the State, in walking
or taking any sort of exercise feel
the least fatigue. A cold, therefore,
for a person in ordinary health and
condition, is not the dragging, nearly
mortal experience that it is apt to be
in the East. Then the crowning ad
vantage of the country, even if the
climate is treacherous and need's
watching in its effects, is that one
can be out of doors all the lime,
nearly every day in the year.
Meantime, lie can cat oranges, if he
is not particular about the variety,
and get rich selling prospective or
or real orange groves to Eastern
people. But lie will never get over
the surprises and contrasts of the
country. Wo went down, by rail,
eighteen miles over the gentle hills
from Los Angeles to its lovely sea
pott of Santa Monica. Fine hotel,
charming beach and sand bluffs, il
limitable Pacific Ocean. It was not
a warm day nor a cold day, just the
ordinary kind of a day to sell (1
suppose one could buy a day's cli
mate there, or half a day's, or swap
off a morning for an afternoon with
the real estate brokers and every
man and woman is a real estate
broker), but we wore thick winter
clothing and carried overcoats,
which occasionally were needed.
Yet as many as seventy-five sane
people were bathing in the Pacific
Ocean, as if it had been August!
Flowers, fruits, summer bathing and
winter overcoats you have to get
used of it. fJnnuary Atlantic.
TI1E Co.partner.-bip heretofore exist
big under tbe linn name of Ithodes
& Greene, Carpenters and Builder, is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Mr. Gicene . retiring lrom the lirm.
All claims against the late linn are
assumed by Win, T. Rhoads, and all
monies due tbe linn wilt be paid to
li i 111.
AVM. T. RHOADS,
H. JAY GREENE.
Referring to the above Mr. Wm, T.
Rhoads will continue tho business at
liis old stand, 88 Queen street, and de.
sires to say to the friends and patrons
of the late firm, that R. Jay Greene re
malm in my employ as foreman, and
will nltend to any business entrusted to
him as hefoie.
"WM. T. RHOADS.
Honolulu, II. I., Dee. 31, 1887.
Notice of Annual Meeting.
THE Stockholders of C. Brewer fc
Company, (L'd), will take notice
that the annual mewing of the Com.
pany will be held at the olllco on Queen
street, on WEDNESDAY February 1st,
next, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
J. O. CARTER, Secretary,
C. Brewer A; Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1S88. 40 2w
ITMtOM the ttoie i f the Laupahoehoe
? i-U!:ur Co., Drafts No. 414 & 445
tor ! 50 00 carh. diawn by J. M. Lydgate,
Manager nl the hiiLpliiithno Sugar
Co., In faor of Sam') Taylor, on Tlieo.
II. Davien & Co. Persons ijic hereby
warned uainst negotiating ihei-nmo.
10 ;U T1JKO. II. DAVIES & CO.
FxZeilandia, tiom New Zealand,
Tho FIRST ARRIVAL OP
From the Celebrated
Taranaki Bullor Paoking Company,
In 1 lb. scaled tins.
JS5T This nttlclo is guaranteed Super,
lor to any 13 utter offered for ealein this
M3WIS .T. IiISVlSY,
Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
FOIt SALE CHEAP.
EARNES' Velocipede Foot . Power
Turning LATHE, 7 inch illume,
ler, together with chucks tools and tool
iiiirlage. Apply to Armstrong Smith,
VVniiduu, Oahu. au lw
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Are authorised to collect for the
Honolulu June 8th. -1BB7. fi7
JOB PRINTING of all kinds oxc
cuted at tho Daily Rulletih Oillco
For tho Island of Oahu.
Ofllco, : : Gov't Building, Honolulu.
THE KaplolanlPark Association will
not ho responsible for any debts
contracted in its naiiio without tho writ
ten order of Its Treasurer.
A. S. CLEUHORN.
32 2 w President.
DUIMNG my abienro fiom this King.
(loin my son D. II. Davis willed
for mo under full power of Attorney.
Honolulu, Jim. 18, 1688 M) lw
rpUK Co-paitnershlpextetlnir between
X S. F. Graham and IS G. Schuman,
of tloholuhi, under Ihe firm name of
Iho "Pacific Transfer Co." doing busi
ness in Honolulu, was dissolved by mu
tual consent on the 8th day of June,
1887. All asicts and llnbllltlei of said
firm were assumed bv E. G. Sthutniin.
m. )S.F. GRAHAM,
faiKni fE. O. SOIIUMA2.
1V ESSRS. H
mil J JlC
1AX LEAN, have withdrawn fiom
the proprietary of the Polynesian lies
MH. John Mag on is authirized to
collect for our account, and feign
J. K I1HOWN & CO.
Ian. 10, 1SS3.
THE annual meeting rf the stock
lioldeis of the Hawaiian Itamie
Co. Limited, will be held on the 2Sih
of Jnnnnry, at the fllea of Hon. VV. R.
Onstle, Honolulu, at 11 o'clock a. m.
Very important business.
YV. F. ALLEN,
30 2w Secictary II. 11. Co.
AT the annual meeting of the United
. Chinese Society held on the Oth
ins., the following "officers were duly
O. Alec President
Goo Kim Vice President
l.am Fui Treasurer
Tons Phong fc-'ecretary
Ng Chan Ass't Treasurer
Tarn AYahHin Ass't Secretaiy
Dissolution of Partnership.
rpiIE interest of Mr. Clarence Mac
X farlaac in the firm of WEST,
DOW & CO has this day been pur
chased by Mr. Gideon West, who a,
sullies all liabilities of slid lirm. All
debts due said lirm arc due and .payable
to Mr. G. "West.
WEST, DOW & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 14, 183?.
Jl. G. WEST having become sole
ownp of the buslnes-i carried nu
under the lirm name of West, Dow &
Ce., wilt, in future, cairy onasaid busi
ness under the liim name and style of
,G. WEST a CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 15. 18:8. 3J lm
All ptr.ions are hereby forbid
don from excavating, digging
or depositing rubbish in thq
streets of this -district, wi'hout,
the written order of ilic Road
11. F. II KB BARD,
35 lm Komi, Oahu. ,
Just Received per Zealand la,
Kidney Potatoes !
' In small crates.
H. MAY & GO.
m mm oats !
NEW ZEALAND OATS OF
Just received ox Mniipoea, by
j. e. mm & co
28 Merchant Street
JUST TO HAND,
DEx .S. .Australia.
Fort Street Stores.
N. Z. Potatoes
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 05 POET STHEET, HONOLULU.
Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Firo &. Lifo Insuranoo
Agents, Custom-Houso, Loan and Exohango Brokors.
Departments of Business..
Books and Accounts accurately kept and properly adjusted.
Collections will receive special attention and returns promptly made.
Conveyancing a Specialty, llccords searched and correct Abitincts of Title
Lectal Documents and Papers of every description carefully drawn and hand.
Copying and Translating In all languages in general utc Is this Kingdom.
Ileal Estato bought and sjoljh Tuxes paid nnd I'topcrty safely liuurcd.
Houses, Cottages, HoomB, Offices and Land leased and rented, and rents collected.
Firo and Lifo Insuranoo effected in first chits Insurance- Companies.
Custom-Houso uBsiness traiuacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at lavorabjo rates.
Advortiscmonts and Subscriptions solicited lor Publishers.
Any Articlo purchased or sold on most fnVorablo terms.
Intor-Island Ordors will receive particular attention.
tST All Business ontrustod to our oaro will rocetvo prompt and faithful attention at
Having had an extensive business experh net- for ocr tueniy.llvc years in
New York City audelsowhcrc. wo feel competent to attend to all business of an
Ititiicilo aud complicated nature, or requiring luct and discretion, and respectfully
solicit a It 111.
lltll Telephone No. 274. J-In.-wiiiIiiu UuwiuHH A-oucy.
Jan. 788 ly
5 minutes walk trom tho P. 6.
136,138, 140 and 142 Nuuanu Street.
Delightfully Situated, and Plenty of Fresh
Air all the Yoar Round.
JGS5" Twenty flri-t'olass rooms in main
building, with tirstc1as dluing room.
Iidle-' Parlor & Gentlemen's Parlor.
Hot and cold water baths free to all
The table will be supplied with tho
bnst mints in the market, together with
seasonable luxuries when obtainable.
First-class Cooks and help employed.
Breakfast, 7 to 9 a. m.
Lunch, 12 noon.
Dinner, 5:10 to 7"p. in.
MRS. M. JtUTCMEK,
30 lw Manageress,
S 1EL I TV DEC 3I
Skating! Sksiting! Skating!
Commencing January Oth,
Bray Mm Enting !
. Forliadieb and their Escorts.
Every Friday Evening will to kept
perfectly select for ladies & gentlemen.
XJiiikI iu Attendance.
THOMAS 13. WAUL,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
Have Ri moved their
Office and their well Assorted Stock
of Goods to their New Store
On King Street
Opposite Mcssis Castle & Cooke's '
nnd Bethel street,
Nearly opposite tho Post Office.
Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co.
29 2w '
Tahiti Lemonade Depot
High Class Aerated Waters,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Orderi promptly attended to.
75 cents per d07.cn, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
23 Merchant Street,
riim Soda, equal to'Echweppcs. 33
ONE FINE HAY MARE, years old,
Found and kind in evciy particu
lar, and thoroughly broken to harness
and biiddlo ; a lovely animal. For a
bargain call pn A. iMOROFF, at J. E.
Hrown & Co's ofllco. Merchant street.
THE ReminRton Typewriter is the
Standard willing machine of the
world. It prints 7G caracteis, or with
certain ccmbinntlon about 80 elniraciere,
wi'h the operation of only 30 keys The
mauhiue isso simple that any one cilia
write i h it, and its manipulation is so
eisily understood, that but little prod'
tiee ft iiMpiired to enable tho operator to
acquire lacility in iMuse. Thf average
t-peed of the pen is from 15 to SO
words per minute, and I he average spec'
of the type wiitir ! fiom -10 to to woid
per minute. Time spent in writinc
with the pen is at least two tliiids
Orders for the atove li'-trument may
he left with iho undersigned at the of
llco of W. G. Irwin & Co , and will re
ceive prompt attention. The undirsigu
ed is also prepared to give purchasers
full instructions ns to tbe uso of the
For fur her particulars apply to
-W. M. GIFFARD,
So'c Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
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FOlt SAN 3TJIANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will have Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, Jan. 17,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
for San Francisco
Tho well known and favorite Steamsh'p
City of Nit Yort
WlljSall for San Francisco
On or about 'January 20th,
Taking freight and passengers.
For particulars apply tb
II. UACKPELD & Co ,
34 101 Agents FaclAc Mail S. S. Co
THE HEST TO HE HAD. for a
limited number of horses, within
15 minutes walk from Post Offlcfr.
Enquire of J. M. DQWHET .
A FURNISHED cottago of B rooms,
also 3 large rooms suitable for
housekeeping. Apply to MRS. HEB
HARD, 124 Herclaiiia fctrcct. 28 2w
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less $100 per month,
Long lease For particulars apply at
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Auction Sale of
The sale of building lots at Puliation,
postponed from Dee 31st,
will tnko plnco
On WeflUGSflay, Jan. loll,
At 12 noon,
At my sales loom, Queen direct.
tW Plans of tho lots can be seen nnd
further information given on nppllca.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
38 0t Auctioneer.
In accordance with a ower of salb
contained l a certain uio-tiigngc made
by W C. Alcana of HonidnliMo.Clins.
M. C. oke in trim for Jullittu ''. Atht-r.
ton, wife of J. H. A heiton, ilntcd the
Hih dav of May, U83. n-ioidid in tho
olllee of tho Registrar ot Convinnneet,
in liber 04, on foiioi 2-114 1 will sill at
On Wednesday, January 18th,
At 12 o'clock n on,
At my sales room, Queen btrtet, tho pre.
mises described in laid mortgage, as
All that cert tin piece or pircil of land
situate in'Iwilel, in said Ho ululu, con.
tidning an area of 24-1 square I i;tn in.--,
and being the same pieintses n oie par.
tleularly described in Hoyul I nu-i.t No.
41M, L. C Award .No IS if. Up.ii. and
that were conveyed U thu .-aid W
C' Akunii by I'iiii (k) bydtccl da ed 27
f February, 1832, and recorded in Liber
73,on folios. 200.7.
There is a hnndsimo dwelling house
upon thu ptciniscs with out-houses now
occupied by W. CvAkann.
Further particulais can be had of J.
M. MONSARRA.T, Attorney for Clias.
M. Cooke, TrunoM for Juliette M. Ather
ton, Mortgagee. "
JAMES F. MOKGAN,
30 Ol Auctioneer.
NOTICE OF SALE
N accordan ee with a power of sale
made by W. C. Akuna and Hannali P.
Aknua his wife of Honolulu, to A.
Campbell, dated 14th day of May, 1880,
recorded in the ofllceo'f the Registrar
of Conveyances, in Liber 100, on Folios
180, 100 and 101, I will sell at Public
WEDNESDAY, JANUARY, 18, 18.88,
At 12 o'clock noon, at my Sales room,
Queen st., Honolulu, the premises des
cribed in said mortgage, as follows:
1st All that certain piece or parcel of
land situate at Kaluanioo' in lValalae
il;l, in f-ald Island of Oahu, and bounded
and described as follows: Pahale.
E booniaka ma ke kihi Akau o kcia ma
lielo, ola hoi ke kihi Hikhni o ko Pakiai
maiiclo e hele ana: Ileum 40 Ilik.
1.17jft kaul. pili me ke kula o Konohiki,
alalia. Hcma 5CKom. 1.30 kaul. me
ko Konohiki; Akau 40 Kom. 1.17sC
kaul. me ko Konohiki a i ke kihi Hcma
o ko Pakiai inahclc, alalia, Akau 5C 0
Hlk. 1.30 kaul. c pili ana nic ko Pakiai
mahclc a hlkl i ke kihi mua maloko oia
apana he 1132-1000 o ka eka a oi ikl aku,
cmi iki mai paha, and being the same
premises that were conveyed to the said
Hannah P. Akana under tho name of
Hannah P. Uilania, by deed datod 1st of
January. 1887, and recorded in the Olllco
of said Jtcglstrar in Liber 48, folio 482.
2nd All that certain piece, or parcel
of land situate at Piiulena, Manon,
Island of Oahu, aforesaid : containing
an area of 20 acres, and being tho same
premises more particularly described in
Royal Patent 101, awaded to Kulani,
grandfather of the said W. C. Akana
and that were convoyed to the said W.
C. Akana, by Kahawai, by deed dated
7th of September, 1855, and recorded in
the olllco of said Registrar in Liber 7,
folios 100 and 101.
For surther particulars enquire of J.
M. MONSARRAT, Attorney for A.
JAS. E. MORGAN,
80 Gt Auctioneer
llell Tel. 112
. E. BROWN & CO.,
Firo Proof Stono Building,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
General Agency for Haw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at Huston witli tho Azores
Through tiokotsgi anted from Honolulu
MerchnndlEO stored and sold on com.
mlbsiou. Consignments tolicited.
Propci ties longed, rented aud sold.
Legal documents drawn.
Hooks audited aud adjusted.
Authorized collector, Mr, A. Moroft.
ALL accounts due Mr?. A. M. Mollis
of tin months and over, will bo
placed In a Collectors hands without
lurttier notice if not paid by the 1SIU,
MHB A. M. MELLIS,
I7INEST BRANDS OF CALI
X' forma Poit, Madeira aud Malaga
or saio in Kegs and cases by
GONSALVEtJ & CO.
01 Queen street
TF YOU .WANT A SERVANT,
X advertise iu tho Daily Bulletin,