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HUKGLULO OAliRIAGE CO.
Hack staml : Merchant ami Fort
atrcct. Telephones, !1!35.
t j i !:
TUKSDAY, FK1J. fi, 1689.
ICe An lion fiom Evva
SHiir W O Hull finin ITuwnli mid Mnul
Shur Echini fiom lliunnl.ua
Stnir W.ilnlcnle for Kunal at " p in
Sehr Leahl fur ICu1i.it i
Stnir Moholll fm Molokai at 5 p m
Stnir Kinau for Hilo anil way poitsat
il p in
Slmr Miknhnla for Kauai at p in
.Stnir Llkollke for AIolnl.nl ami Maul al
r i in
Am lik C O Whiliunic for San Fianelsco
Am liktne l'lantoi foi ban Francisco
LRCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
HL'bi.s'i:3 was oiy dull to-day.
A ToiiTuaur.B giil wants a bitua
lion. A linusi: near Iho corner of Alapai
ami King stieels, is to let.
Er.uvr.N Chinese weio nrrcfled last
evening, playing at fan Inn.
'Pill! li runways woie ciowded to
tlieii utniosl capacity on Sunday.
Till! U. S. S. Vandalia will pioba
blv le.tvo for Samoa on Satuiday.
Huwirrr has a skiff with two
sculls and masts complete,
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stnir 1'elo for llatunkua at 10 a m
Stnir hvnhini foi Lnlialiu and llama
kua al s n m
Sil?,i ' XfJTES.
The foiii-iim-ii 1 schooner Robeit
Seniles Is leeeivlnj; .i eo.it of black
The steamer MlknhnU will call at
Niihnii foi Miuep this dip.
11 It Jl S CoiuiucM locelvuljeoal fi mil
(lie Jl.uy E I'oMei on Tiu-daj.
HOUSE OF WISDOM.
'Pliuiti: weio twenty deaths fioin
whooping cough during the past
To-Monnovv is the last day for
sending in exhibits for the l'aiis ex
position. 'I'm: fuinituio btii-iiios-s of G. West
it Co. has been bought by Mi. ('. K.
DAILY 13UIjLI3TLN: 110K0LULU, II
I., FBHRUAKS.' o J8S0.
'-w"Mij.fcfcvjwvM.wjwi ttmuv mxu ifcmiiA'..w. k
The steamship Kinau left hoitly
after 2 o'clock this afternoon fot
Maui and Hawaii. Among her pas
sengers weio: Mrs. Ira Richardson,
Mis. ,1. N. Wright, 11. Kyciolt and
family, Rishop Willis, A. Lohon
slcin, His Kx. C. V. Asliford, Kd.
Iluttou, K. A. IJuichiudt, Mrs. Wid
ilillcld and F. llurcliardt.
No sign of the Austialin as wc go
to pici-s. Slio will piobably be along
HiMiot "Willis left on the Kinau
this afternoon, for Hawaii, to be
abtent two weeks.
'Phi: annual meeting of C. Viewer
& Co. will be held at 10 o'clock to
moi low morning.
Ma. David Dayton has a caul in
anolhei column, giving particulars of
the bin-inoi-s he is engaged in.
Monday eoning the eccoikI anni
veiiaiy ot the foundation of the Hale
Nana Sooietv , oi lloii'-o of Wudoni,
iuii obsotved at Iolani Palace. At 7
o'clock the annual meeting was held
afloi which the membeib of the So
ciety foi med in pioecBsion anil with
tlieii regalia ni.iichcd into tho tlnone
loom. Jleiewas assembled a num
ber of invilcd guests, including mem
boih of the Royal faniilv, diplomatic
and conaiil.u coip, Pi ivy Council,
captains and ollicois of the men-of-wai
in poit and a nunihci of oui
leading eituciib. Alls. Ulukou the
Secicliry, and Mit. ICahalewai,
Tic.ibuioi, lead tlieii lepoitb, aftei
which Hon. Antone Eos.i lead a
papoi on "Tho Antiquity of this pa it
of tho Universe," illiistiated with
After the busmcbs of the meeting
was concluded the ltoy.il Hawaiian
Hand played fsevoial belectioiib, and
then dancing was commenced. At
11 o'clock an elegant -mppei was
served in the dining hall.aftei which
dancing was lObiimeil and kept up
until after midnight.
The first opeiatic concert by the
Campobello tioupc will be given
Thursday evening at the Hawaiian
Opci.i House. The box plan for
the sale of seats is now open at the
ollicc of J. K. Hi own & Co., Mer
chant street. The company is an
exceptionally stiom; one and lias
made quite a hit in San Fiancisco
the past few weeks.
The S. F. Alia lias the following
account of a conceit icccnlly given
by this troupe: The opening num
ber was a song entitled "Oh. Won
drous Deauty," icndcied by Chaiies
Thiower, in a clear and well modu
lated tenor. Miss 1'oitcr made her
Jirst appearance with Signor Campo
bello m the duett from "Rigolctto,"
"Tuttc le teste al Tenipio." Slic
was dicssscd in a pale orange silk
and carried a bouquet of white roses
and fans. She appeared self-possessed
and had ery perfect contiol
of her voice, w hieh lias a wide rc
" ' i&tei"i from a smooth contralto to
"the clear, linging hell-like notes of
it light soprano. At the conclusion
of the duet, which was warmly en
cored, Miss Porter icndcied "The
Last Hose of .Summer" in effective
manner. Her second appearance
was in the ttio 'Solingo, Krrante,
Misero," from "Krnani," together
with Signor Campobello and Chniles
Thrower. This was well received
by the audience, who manifested
their approval by continued ap
plause. "Ah, Fois c Liu," the
v , grant uiiii from "LaTraviata," was
lcndeieil in feeling manner by Miss
l'otter, as was -also that from "Lu
cia," entitled "Jl Dolce huono Ai
ilon Gh Incensi." The piogramine
closed with tho duett from tho grand
scene in "11 Hon l'asqualc," in
which Mls.s Poller took the paitof
Koiina and bignor Campobello that
School sheet luidge is completed,
and will be open foi gcneial tiatlic as
soon as tne appioacnes aic put in
M"n. J. M. Mons.uiat has moved
his office into the new building ad
joining the Police Station, Mei chant
A xouci: to holdeis of water priv
ileges l elating to tho hours for irri
gation, appeals in our Iy Authority
Mi:. H. .1. Nolle, at the Beaior
Saloon, will bo in leceipt of fresh
fioen oysleis by the sle.iinliip
Mibs Mniie ou Holt, lc.nes on the
Mikahala, foi an extended isit to
hei sister, Mis. V. W. Glade, at Kc
Acrouxrs against the opeia pei
foimauccs of Patience, must be sent
in to .1. F. Blown it Co., on oi before
Satuid.n next, the 9th inst.
Ti the Austialii annes in time
tbe W. C. T. U. will teiidei a lecep
tion to Miss J. A. Ackerinan, the
tempei.ince lccluier, in tbe Y. M. U.
A. hall this eenig.
Masti:u Tarn jrcGiow has icccnlly
passed a veiy biiccessful examination
at a militaiy school in l'an. He has
receied a. eertilicato with the beal ot
the Unheibity of I'.uib.
Tin: Koyal Mail steamei
is duo Fiiday aftcinoon
Colonies en unite to San I'lancitco.
The Wilson and Canieion Sjiecialty
Company will anie by hei.
'Po-MOititow afternoon, M"i. and
jris. Ifobeit Louis SteveiiMm will be
"at home," between tho bonis of 2
and f o'clock, at the residence of
Mr. II. F. l'ooi, Mnmiia, Kapiolani
'Phi: legulai meeting of tho Y. M.
C. A. boys will be held to-moriow
aftcinoon at It o'clock, in tbe parlors
of the Y. M. V. A Mr. Joseph Fniei-
son will talk to them -on "Hawaiian
life and Antiquities."
Th.vnr.its aic called for funnelling
a supply of walei pipes and fittings
for the Water Works of Honolulu,
Hilo, Wailuku and Koloa. They are
to be tent in by May LiUi, to the
... . - m
Tin: bale of leases by order of the
tiustei's of His Majesty's estate, at
Mi. J. P. Moig.m's salebiooms yester
day was M-iy largely attended.
Seeial of the leases weio withdiawn.
Ni:.vr Tuesday, the 12th inst., being
tho sixteenth aiinioi.saiy of tho ac
cession of His -Majesty to tbe tlnone
will be ob-cned as a national holi
day, and all Go eminent offices
Ihioughout the Kingdom will be
WHAT CAN BE DOHF. WITH THE
The "Ililo Kecord" of Jamiaiy
22d, has the following editorial
article on this subject:
The question of what can or shall
be done with our Portuguese, is not
easily answcied, but is one in which
e cry Hawaiian should be interest
ed. Within the past week tho m
mor lias been circulated that tho
place for them to go and colonize is
in Uietrou or Washington Tenilory.
Theie is no doubt it dissatisfac
tion amongst that people and it is
being fostered by a few of the lead
ing men among them. And why on
one hand should not the Portuguese
be dissatisfied? 'lhe plantations are
closing their doois against them, in
favor of the cheaper Japanese labor,
hut few of them hac laid up any
money. Most of them hae large
families of small children, anil there
is nothing for them to do unless they
come down to fifteen dollars and
sixty cents a month, and boaid
themsches. Theie is ceitainl, a
poor out-look for them in the fuluie
unless those who hae the land and
means shall exert themsches to set
tle the Portuguese here. To-day
there aic lots of Portuguese who
would gladly go to woik on land
furnished by the plantations, and
raise sugar-cane on their own "one
half" sluue, if the mill will lake it
fiom the ground, after being cut
and ready for the mill. The Waia
kea plantation has been encouraging
the Portuguese in this, but as we
can not find out of any olhcis doing
it, wc believe it is the only one in
this district. It seems to us to be a
short-sighted policy for those who
have land and can get it settled up
by an industiions people at such an
easy rate, not to throw open their
actcs for this people. Theie
aic many of the Portuguese
who would go into coffee raising if
they could sec how thejr wcie to live
uulil the fruit crop (0 years at the
shortest) is ready for the market.
Parties in this town have offered to
lease for 1.") ycats. good coffee land,
if they (the Portuguese) would take
it. No rent is asked for the first 4
yeais and after that cue-fifth of the
crop is to be paid foi the interett of
the land-holder; and other minor
things are offered, hut the cry is
"How can 1 keep my family for
those four ycais." hut we hope
that some may be induced to go into
the coffee business, which is bound
to be paving in the near future, hut
still, we must come to the main
question, what can we in reason do
to keep this pait of our population
from emigrating. And it is a ques
tion which the plauleis thciasthcs
should take agieatei intciosl m.
Wc do not behee that our Poitti
gueso will ever make successful col
onists in the cold, fio.en valleys of
Oregon or Washington Tenitoiy.
They liae been accustomed for gen
erations to the waimlh of a tiopical
climate, and to transplant them to a
land wheic a man lias to woik hard
live months in the year at farming,
to be able to keep soul and body to
gether the other seven months, is
not the place for the Portuguese.
No. wc must try and do something
to keep them here. Let Hilo peo
ple get up a Coffee Company, in
which the laboicrs can come in as
share-holders. Their labor to count
as so much stock and all the money
necessary for their living bo furnish
ed them and deducted from their
wages after the first ciop is sold.
This would make them moio eaieful
of expending their money in order
that they might have a largci inter
est in the profits of their laboi. AVe
do not believe that it would cost a
icat deal of money to stint the
mil shew what can
Ll.sces,a moat delightful place. They
nu both doing very nicely and will
do honor lo Hawaii nei. 1 am now
in Lisbon, a veiy nice and nitcicst
ing i own, and soon expect to go
either lo Morocco or Algiers Whiht
in l'oitugal I li.ne been looking into
the question ot agricultural immi
gration which certain planters lo
mak theii Chinese and Japanese
tendencies used to say was impossi
bl to oblaiii. Now, 1 have been able
to iixciMluiii lhal, by going to woik
in lhe right way, as many laborers
enn be obtained as could be lequiied,
e.i, up to f,000 pel yeni.and that
not only could they be got at a much
smaller expene than formerly paid,
but that even the immigrants would
be willing lo pay their own passage.
15ut now, the planters do not seem to
want any moie Portuguese. They are
peifeclly welcome to it, but then let
lliem drop lhe bosh excuse, that they
take Asiatic laboi only because they
cannot obtain white.
I have been busy on different mat
tci; one was a communication to
the Fioneh Government about a
Fteamei --eiMce lo Tahiti i.i Hono
lulu, thus helping oui coinmeice, but
tin-' teem disposed lo wait until the
Pnnamii canal is opened. Another
was a communication to the M mil id
Government about improvements to
be made and new intercom so to be
opened aftet Panama between the
Mammas., especially Guam, and
Honolulu. This has been received
in the most approving and llaltetiug
niannei by the Spanish authorities
and will, 1 think, eventually lead to
something good for the Islands. You
see I do not foiget the inlands, and
stiivc in niv humble spheie, to be
useful to them. Still anothei work
I have had to undeitake at tho re
quest of the Geogiaphie.il Society
Inn lo which I have belonged sev
eial vcaio is an essay on what I
know about Samoa.
Anothei thing I have been able to
aseeitain in favor of the islands is,
that if evei we get to giow tobacco,
the tact of its being very stiong and
l.ink, consideied elsewhoie as an ob
jection to its sale, would bo consider
ed a quality m l'oitugal, wbeie un
dei the pieent system of the "Uegie"
thev need a very stiong quality to
mix with the indigenous crop which
is exticinely weak. The Poituguese
"Hcgie" who imports the foieign to
bacco in leaf fiee of duty, would
willingly take the Hawaiian pioduct
if it lould but know what quantity
could bo leguknly depended upon.
I intend lo be in Palis for
(be exhibition and then start back to
by hindi a demand was com
pai.itivoly i,n ill. To-day they arc
produced with infinitely gi cater
rapidity hv machines cspcelnlly con
trived for the purpose, and with
greater accuracy, loo, in the pro
portions of the vniiotis ingredients
No form of medication can bo
belter than a pill, provided only it
is intelligently piepaied. hut light
here occuis the dilllculty. Kasy as
it may seem to make a pill, or a
million of them, there are ically very
few pills that can be honestly com
mended for popular use. Most of
them either undoi shoot or ovei shoot
the uiaik. As everybody takes pills
of some kind, it may be well to men
tion what a good, vife, and reliable
pill should be. Now, w hen one feels
dull and sleepy, and has moie or
less pain in the head, sides, and
back, he may be sure his bowels are
constipated, and his liver sluggish.
To icuicdy this unhappy state of
things theie is nothing like a good
cathaitic pill. It will act like a
charm by stimulating the liver into
doing its duty, and ridding the
digestive organs of the accumulated
lolrLt Or rMonlUn
COllMSR HOTEL & FOKT STKEETS.
RECEIVED BY LAST STEAMER
-A LA HUE LINE OF-
encfi Kid Shoes
For Ladies', Misses' & Children.
at tlie Lowest BiM Prices
Xoticeinndcr 't head are rharged 10 cents
per lintjor thejlr't ui'crlion, and S cents per line
eiety additional mstitlon.
YAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Liu us' .Mill.
A. GONSALVES & CO..
Hotel street, liive iust received
a new lot of Tips of every shade, and to
sell from .10 lo 7."i cents a bunch. Also
a few hill; Umbrellas and Parasols, the
latter being impks, will bo sold ery
low. A lot ot Hand made Linbroidcry
w ill be sold at coat to cloc a consljjn
inent. 100 lw
1 -'. Lll' - !
Genuine Diamond Dye Ladies Black Hose !
Warranted Fast, jpj gjF Sujienor Qunhtv .
PRICES LOWER TIIAX ELSEWHERE
'lhe total number of death rcjioited
for the month ot .l.mu.ny, lStj'J, was til,
illsti Ibu ed as follows!
UinUi 1 je.n.,
Kiom 1 to "...
From ."i lo 10 .
Pi oia 10 to 20
Fiom 'JO lo :;o
Il.iu.iii.m. .. .
Chinese. . ..
From ".0 to -10..
Fiom 10 to fiO..
Fiom r.0 to ()0.
Fioia GO to 70..
A met leans
SlTl'IltiaiK COBIltT !' THK
Hawaiian Isl inds In tho matter I
of lhe bankruptcy of 0. Akong, of Kni
Inn, Komi, Hawaii
Creditors of the Enid bankrupt are
hereby nolilled to tome in and prove
their debts before such Justice of the
Supreme Couit as slmll be sillim; in
Chambers at Aliiolntii Hale, Honolulu,
on MONDAY, the It'll day of February,
1SS0, betviecn the hours of 10 o'clock in
the forenoon and noon of tho said day,
and elect one or more assignees of the
said binkriipt's estate.
Hy the Court.
JJKN'UY SMITH, Clerk.
Honolulu, Feb. t, 18M). 10J cod
,05, A SMALL bilvcr Watch (with
0 l. the letters "A. M. C." en
tiiiS grivul on back of case), having
a small biher chmu and ehiirmattacbcd.
Finder will be regarded on returning
snmc to this olUcc. 1G2 if
Boys Fins Jersey Suits at $3.50 !
Boys Waists, RSew Assortment !
Ladies Knitted Underwear,
-AT A GREAT DEDUCTION
thing. Why not then let
the lead in thi
causi: or nnviii.
Meningitis . ..
Old A-;e 12
Typhoid Fever.. 0
Uleei of Stomach 0
Number unattended 10
coMc vitAiivi: MOMiu.r JionrAi.in-
.l.ui. ls.-, r,7 Jan. 1S88 17
Jan. lKsO .lis Jau.lSS! (il
Jan. 1S7 .fiS
Aiuuial death i.itcpor 1000 for
HI-, of Heait....
Dial i ho a
Dis. of Bi.uii.... 1
Dl-.jof Kidney.. 1
Corner Hotel & Eort StroetK.
A DIVIDEND (the thiid) of 10 per
cent will lie p lid to the creditors
of His Majesty Kalak.iun, at the olUcc
of Ale. J. Cartvvrli;ht, llcrchant street,
on THURSDAY, Feb. 7ih, between the
hours of 10 and !i o'clock.
PER ORDER of tho TRUSTERS.
Honolulu, Feb. "Jiul, 188U. 1C2 lw
iURIXG mv tih'i'iicu fiom this Kinir.
dom W. C. 1'cicoLk is atithoi iid
lo net lor me undi i full po,er il at
tnriiiij. G. IS HOLLAND.
Honolulu, Fob. 1, lbbl). lli.l .'St
House To Let.
SUPREME COURT III CHAMBERS.
AIoMIAT, Fill), 'llll.
lhuilmintcv ol L. Lycan. Haul
mpU pclitionfoi ilisehaigc. .Alasters
icporU upoii bauUniptH binteiuuiil of
ashftii and liabilities. Continued
until Wcdnutiday tho Utli, ami op
polj coiiiixqI to have pioioiuploiy
iiolluo, C, Uiowii for hiinkiiiiili
No appeal itiiuu nf or for oppiiiiij,'
Iiltminmlliuy illvUlini. 'I'hu K'liiif
v, (Jliiiu I', I'nlnwliilly uiuryinu n
plilul. Knllo piui diiluioil.
in-iuiii- imi.1. j.
nituliiuiilMy uf U, Abuug, I 'ml'
Uounf II. lUwkfuhliUu. uiuilltui,
UN' IUliuUiuUM(l ui iJUWklUjiL UI
U4tffU Imiiliiupi mnl I'b 1 1 lit
Uju4lliul lut liimil u( Mlttiwi. L'.
EVENTS THIS EVEHINC.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,1. O. O,
Diill Co. 11 Honolulu Rilles, at
Reception to MUs Ackermniiu by
the W.C. T. I'. al tho Y. Al. C. A.
piovided the Austialm arrives.
.Services at .St. Andrew's C'atlie
dral and Central I'liion Chinch,
7:110 p. in.
Heho.il sail Honolulu Aiiou Society
Dull Co. 0 Honolulu ltillea at
7 1 flu.
Iliiceptinn hy Air. mul Mih, 1(. L.
,SUiuiikoii at Aliiuiiin, Wnllvilil, - to
'i p. in.
Aniiuul mvutiiig of V, HroworiV
Co. at Id ti. in.
Muiilliiif V. Al. C. A. lioy Hill
QkAFPnS OH HAWAIIi
l littWliii huui IMnifltl HlM
glmulwr Uw lii'ikwu mil un Ju
wui), Ur, litmui, Ywlwiuifjr Kur
Hifuii. lull hy Hiu Uiunu m ftftfr
iiiiuti tMiuiMMinuto iUv umiMfr lr
Uui will w uUwui ftum JIommIuIh
m )'wliUly mu ntNilii wi litvff '
LETTER FROM MR. A. MARQUES.
On the last Hteainei a lcttei was ic
ceivcd by a iminbei of the liu.l.mi.v
htall' fiom All. A Alanines, dated
Lisbon, l'oitugal, Dec. 21, IHSb. '1 he
following extiaeU aic taken fiom it.
Duiine, my paeMigo tliiough the
.StatoH I found oveiybody dieplym
teiested in Iho Chincfce (iie.stion, and
all those who kiuvv anythini! about
the inland politicb, deeply iiieenht-d
aiiaiiist the evident partiality oi tho
Hnvvaiian tioveuunent and uluiituts
in favoiing the ('hinctou instead of
inukiiii; lliem nil out. In fact, I
linally met in New Yoik a fellow
who iL hboi ate ly iiibiilteil me, m if 1
huk icspoiiisihlo, (il in true he did not
know 1 wan old "Aunty" J and who
Hind that all on the ulauiU oiiyhl to
bo tikhniiu'il of ouni'lvcN, that ivo
vv oio tho only whilo Iclhw under
the kiin who vvcie favorablu to Aia
tli'ii, uml o niitiitl ax In auillhi our
own l.iumiH'U to the infeilur labor. I
got w lliuitiUKlily uoaiy, nh'k, ami
iikhiuiiod of it that I ijiilnll)' iliuppnl
lloiiolnhi, uml evei Kliiuu Vilienovui
iikki'd wlii'io I urn fioin, Inuirlulily
ri'jil) "fiom )uii riuiifUtiu."
In Itoiiiioii I m u.kulhul in an
ollim lyuy, hy Him imiuliini "Im'UI ih"
UliuuU itttlilK huiiLlilpl ttltil HhoilUliM
tlMUllllllUl 'I'liu !( irUMItil
liui uinl iluiiiauiiikl ttwt'oiluU ii"
daily ui'liiu ioiiioi um jifww, i mu!ih-
IMOI'M I'J n'llHoii'i iiMlli "ll injur
IIM tljK lliHi
In PaiU. 1 imtiiuj il.'ii u anil
NuiliLiuil Mh" .ill lwHl jl) lh Ml
Hawaiian i 1 .00
All otheis 16.00
MOKMUa IN Till". SCHOOLS.
hchool. Seliohu-. bick.
Foithticel .School :M'J II
KomiI s,ehool Iinij r.
I'otiukaiua .school 121 0
hi. Loul- College 1M0 5
Pieparatoiy .School !S 0
Seholais ab-ent :s oi moie coii-ccutlve
ilajs on account of shiUnei or alleged
Mckiici-s are lepoited lek.
'Petal number of deaths hi Dlstiietof
Koun, lnlaml ot Oabii, for 1- uioiiths
enillny Due. 31, lb8:
E-thnatcd population '2.'.,O0O
Death i.ue per 1000 SJ1.88
Havvallaiit., l'J,0U0; death late 'i).'r,
Chlue-e, 7000; ilcalh lata 12.85
Allothois, 0000; death i.itr 10.07
J. II. HllOVVN,
jt;ciii noaui oi iicaiui.
Honolulu, Jan, Ul, lbh!.
.j A '"'HE 2btory DttcPinq; situ.
faii'"r nlei' on l'lu eibtrorucr
Ki3-jS2.Vj of Fort nml licrclnnia blieds,
lately o copied by Dr. F. R. Day. For
particulars iruiulre of Di. Day or al the
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGEN'CY.
THIS SPACE IS RESERVED
CoUafye For Sale Cheap.
i -STORY Collate, neaily
x pew, coiilnininf; parlor,
(bniii'' room, 4 btdrooin. kit
chen, Imthroom and nater.cloact, veran
das, htublu, wi;on-bliLil, chicken house
anil yard, tlower garden, etc. Lot 115
100 feet, nncl leased lot iiiljoiiihn; 7575
feet. Slluate at Kiipibuna, inaukn side
of King htrect. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
"Walel! Tor the elaborate annouueemeut of New
Furiiislictl Lodfinjj House.
LONG cstiiblibhcd in a de
hirablu lotality in Hono
lulu, with uncxpiml lease of
tl'j years at low icntal Is ollercd, (on
in count of ill-health), without bonus, to
party hiiylni: iho furniture at a fair
valuation. '1 burr nre "U rooms on lhe
nienilhcs well furnished, yielding a
handsome lovrnuo Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Partnor War. !!.
JOJ FOKT STKKKT. HONOLULU.
l.MI'Olirmih i IlISAI.KIIB IN-
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
nr.rmtr, roi.icii'. jisiur. i oari.it.
Ti i.iiav, Feb. itli.
'I'vrn ill links hail to pay lhe usual
Sqiiii Nmi, ulmrycil with tjaiiii);
foifultml hull of S'.'S.
PARTY liavuii; NpiTlcnre in n
vny pinllliiUle bu inn -s ami -mall
cnpll'il, wIsIikh to meet pariy vlih capi
tal and general biisim-AH experience to
invest vhh ndverlisui, cither us erli!
or Btneinl pnrtner. Apply at
HAWAIIAN Ill'SlNESh AGENOV.
To Stand this Season, Jan, i, "80
Al llolnilfla hlui'K I'm in,
Tho Imported Morgan Slulllon
HOW PILLS AIIE MAOE.
i Kiuluin ol liiKInu iiiiiiliulim
in ilia (ui 111 uf pliu duUui fur
In liUUiiy, 'Pliu iilijeui u
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ilii. fwm iluiiifiuDithlM uml imu-
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wn ej Uml in KiimIuiuI hW ImiuI
littttfHmU im hw ItulutUMiti wb
MM vm.I liiliiMiKlniiB
Agents fm 1' LorilLird t'o.'s Tohnceos, ,t W. S. Kimball &. Co.'u
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
7.'t Hotel Street.
Aerated Water Works
h'M inc l.iti'li Mine.
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on Him f min m u piunki' m iwt
ti nu ilia liri'i) il" likuii Inn liu rJ
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I REG havi'lo infoiin my frUutlH nnil
jiilli nu, thai I intend leaving the
kiiiLf.li in i a tho thli Pi'liruai), to ho
uhhcnt mini Ocu ber, and ihat I will
iloiit mv nllli'ii on iliti bill uf 1'oliiiiiuy.
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dom of II. K Wlch.
uiuii, wo rtwpi'fltfully nV tint nil
lunountu iiuu our Mria hu kciilrd oa
or liiilmii tho ISih nf KnliniHrr ncit.
HOMES A WI0JUIAN.
Iluunlulu, .1'in. !il, IWH. IAS 101
AI.I.wirilvoiviiig in . H, ),ine up
In Juuiinrv HI. ItW. mi) licrutiv ro.
iijiMtU'il in my mwmt imyuiSlli !
Alr.rriHb Ijnftu. Mfjoiuini ittfiebttor
uwly A M , luBKU'i). w id li iujju,
iu ign.ii ihi an iuuueji llj