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'hATTiYUTitiETmsCONOIjtJLlT, H. .. MWROH 14, 188!).
Pledged to tirithr Sret nor Party,
Hut cstablif'tat fvi the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, ? KCII II, 1889.
A PEA. IK A POT.
This morning's "Adveiliser"
speaks in thunder, resembling n pea
shaken in a tin-pot, its voice re
sounding throughout the plnee like
a penny whistle in a gale of wind.
The thunder is aimed at the Buixi:
tju, which is chained with "incon
sistency and dishonesty." In trying
to prove the charge, the case is mis
stated and the Uclletin misrepre
sented. Herein lies the "Adver
tiser's" weakness. It has perverted
the truth, a practice in which it is a
WASHING DIRTY LINEN.
The "Advertiser" professes "not
to care to be always washing
our dirty linen before the
world," and in the same ar
ticle proceeds to perform that very
operation. . Its conduct gives the lie
to its professions. The truth is,
the Government organ takes a plea
sure in casting discredit upon the
Head of the Government, and any
"diity linen" that it can find in that
quarter is spread before the world
with a chuckle. Such a course is
not expected of an olllcial organ,
and iis conduct in the matter is ex
KING HUMBERT'S BIRTHDAY.
To-day is the forty-fifth anniver
sary of the birthday of Humbert I,
King of Italy, which event is being
officially observed by the Italian
Consul, Mr. 1 A. Schaefer, by the
display of the national flag at the
Consulate and at his residence.
The rsspect and popularity in
which King Humbeit is held by bis
nation, in justice to his enlightened
views on popular government and
his well known qualities of head and
heart, make every well-wisher the
advancement and national consoli
dation of the Kingdom of Italy, hope
and pray that his liie may be pro
longed for many days to accomplish
the task before him.
This anniversary has in latter
years been more generally observed
in foreign countries, particularly
where Kalians have settled in larger
numbers, and we understand that
the Italian Government favors this
sentiment and has ollicially called
the attention of Us Representatives
and Consuls abroad to this fact.
It is a coincidence of note that
King Humbert's father, Victor Em
manuel II, of glorious memory, was
born on the tame day ofgthc month,
25 years before, i. e.on the 1-lth
of March, 1820.
WHEN WE REACH PERFECTION.
The maxim of modern civilization
to a well-to-do man is, avoid taking
trouble. Get as many of the func
tions of 3'our life as you can per
formed by others for you. Vicari
ous life is the watchword of our,
civilization, and we well-to-do and
cultivated people live smoothly
enough while it lasts. But, in the
first place, how about the vicars,
who do more for us than the singing
of mass for our behoof for a scanty
stipend? Will they go on with it
forever? For, indeed, the shufiling
off of responsibilities from one to
the other has to stop at last, and
somebody has to bear tho burden in
the cud. But let that pass, since I
am not writing politics, and let us
consider another aspect of the mat,-;
ter. What wretched, lop-sided
creatures we are being made by the
excess of the division of labor in
the occupations of life ! What on
earth are we going to do with our
time when we have brought the art
of vicarioiu life to perfection, having
first complicated the question by
the ceaseless creation of artificial
wants which we refused to supply
for ourselves? Arc all of us (we of
the great middle class, I mean)
goingto turn philosophers, poets,
essayists men of genius, in a word
vrli'en we Uavo come to look down
on the ordinary functions of life
with the same Lind of contempt
wherewith persons of good breeding
look down upon a good dinner
(eating it sedulously however)? I
shudder when I think of how wc
shall bore each other wheu we have
reached t that perfection. Nay, I
think we, have already got in all
branches of culture rather more
geniuses than wc can comfortably
bear, ami tljut, wc lack, so to bay,
audiences tatlier than preachers.
William Mori i, in tho Fortnightly
Brown (who lives high) You
look tired. Smith Yes, 1 am very
much' exhausted from climbing up
those four llitrbts of stairs. Can't
you provide mo with tome little re-'
ireslimcntr.Heriainly, certainly, J'll
open ono'bf th"e "windows. Texas
THE PA8IS EXPOSITION.
Tho exposition in Pat is will be
open from the oth of May to the
fJlst of October. Tho amount of
space in tnis exhibition is about one
quahor larger than tho pievioua
one, eleven -years ago, the dimen
sions now being about nine bundled
and twenty-fiw 'iiunte yards in all.
It will bo open on certain ivenings,
when extin "fete- "ill lv jrten
and the charge foi admission doubl
ed. During tin- day from 8 a. in.
to C p. in., the admission will ln If.
M. fiercer, tho General Commis
sioner of the Exposition, has written
a long letter to M. Lozc, the Pre
fect of Police, requesting that n
force of ldOO special police be as
signed for duty nt the Exposition.
Paris is not any too well guarded in
ordinary limes, and it was not
thought right to take so many men
from their posts when the popula
tion of Paris will bo nearly doubled,
ai will be the case during the Expo
sition, so this is the result of the de
liberations at the Police headquar
ters. Eight hundred men, together
with four officers, four brigadiers
and fifty-two undcr-brigadicrs will
be assigned for duty at the Exposi
tion. DO FORESTS INCREASE RAINFALL.
The questions arising from the re
lations of forests to lainfall have
been subjects of dispute among
scientific authorities ever since the
serious discussion of the matter be
gan. Probably the first considera
tion given to these questions was
due to an observation of the fact
that countries once well wooded and
fertile are now treeless, arid and
desolate, and the natural conclusion
was that in the different conditions
were to bo found cause and effect ;
that the countries had become de
sert owing to the destruction of
trees and consequent diminution of
tho rainfall. This view was long al
most universally accepted among
scientists as the correct one. Fin
ally, doubts arose. The progress
of knowledge concerning natural
conditions brought facts to light
that appeared to conflict with the
original hypothesis. As with most
theories in their early stages, it hail
been made to apply too extensively,
and to account for everything within
its scope, ignoring the existing of
modifying factors. For instance, it
was in gued that all arid conditions
must be due to the loss of a previ
ously existing foicst giowlh, as on
the table lands of Mexico and the
dry plains of the far West. He
search, however, showed that re
gions like those tould never have
supported forests since their geo
logical character has been as it is
now, and results like this caused u
disposition to deny tiie influence of
forests on the rainfall at all.
The opinion, however, most ob
taining amsng scientists has been
thatjwhilcit was likely that the total
lainfall of a year was not inci eased
by forests or diminished by their ab
sence, nevertheless it was probable
that they might excit an important
office in equalizing it, and, there
fore, making it of more value; and
even should this not be the case, the
forests weie still of enormous ser
vice in storing up tho rain, prevent
ing its rapid flowing away or evapor
ation, holding it in the spongy leaf
mould and causing it to descend
gradually into the springs. On the
great baie plains the rain usually
descends in terrific downpours, flow
ing rapidly away and woiking al
most as much destruction as benefit.
Against the theory of an increas
ed lainfall caused by the forests is
brought the argument that the pre
cipitation upon a given region is due
to its geological circumstances, its
altitude, the configuration of the
land, the neighborhood of moun
tains, its situation in relation to the
ocean or to large lakes, the direction
of prevailing air currents, etc. On
the other hand, it is urged in favor
of the forests that thej- must in
crease precipitation through holding
back the water that falls and per
mitting its constant evaporation into
the air above ; that forests are ac
companied by cooler climatic condi
tions than are the baie plains, and
the moisture they produce in the air
is more subject to the action of fre
quent cool currents, thus causing a
more equally distributed rainfall,
and, by squeezing the atmospheric
sponge more thoroughly, also an in
It is interesting to notice the
changes of popular sentiment upon
the subject. The heedless action of
man at first wrought wide-spread
forest destruction. Tho public,
however, has been susceptible to the
influence of the discussions of the
subject, and in this country particu
larly, whero reading is universal, it
has become a matter of popular be
lief that the forests bring the rain.
Some foolish lne.isuics and doctrines
have resulted, in the shapo of the
growth of various wild theories of
sudden climatic changes, and usscr
tions'.as to perceptible effects from
the pluntinc of a few thousand acres
of consumptive and wilting cotton
woods on the high plains of thu
West. Hon etc, the influence oa
the whole has been healthy in lead
ing the people to think on the sub
ject, aod recent studies indicato
that the popular instinct is right,
after all, and that thu forests dp
bring nioio rain. fHoston Herald.
Teacher What's the difference
between an pjpnhant and a ilea?
Smart boy An elephant cm get
fleas, but a Ilea can't get elephants.
B. DATED ARMAMENTS OF EUROPE.
It is uo exaggeration to opeak of
the European Continent as an arm
ed camp. From some letums which
have been preparedfor thu informa
tion of tho Austrian War Olllce we
get an idea of tlio "marvelous rapid
ity with which slime of the Status
can now" mobilize (In ir armies
and rush them to an 1 across
liieir frontiers. In the eent
of war breaking oui suddenly, or
absolutely without any warning,
what could Germany do? In seven-t-tno
hours she could have 2U0,
000 men, fully equipped, on French
soil; and nt tho end of seven day 9
this number would be increased to
7o0,000. She could in three daya
put 120,000 men upon Russian soil,
and in the same space of tunc she
could plant 100,000 in Austria.
What could Austria do? She could
in three days carry C0,000 into Rus
sia. Russia is not so well prepared
for rapid movement ; but it is calcu
lated that she could bring to the
Austrian frontier in three days 25,-
000 men, and bv the end of seven
days 110,000." France is already
well prepared for rapid movement ;
and she is about to increase her
railroad facilities ill the direction of
tho northeast. Already she could,
it is thought, carry 200,000 men to
the frontier in three days and 700,
000 within a week. When the now
arrangements shall have been com
pleted, the calculation is that these
figures will be inci eased to 200,000
and S50,000, lcspectively. Of
course, calculations may fail and ac
cidents mar the success of the best
It is reasonable to conclude that
tho cost of these vast armies must
be something fearful. The annual
cost of thu whole is estimated at one
hundred and twenty millions of
pounds sterling (5000,000,000.)
During the last seventeen years the
preparations for the gi eat war that
is yet to come have cost the Powers
not under fifteen hundred millions
sterling(S7,500,000,000.)Sucli a state
of tilings is a disgrace to the Chris
tian Nineteenth century. "- Y
Mail and Express.
A LtSSON FOR GOSSIPS.
Last week a verj funny incident
occurred in one of the street-cars.
Several ladies were talking in rather
a loud inanuer about preachers and
their wives. After indulging in this
sport for some time, tliey finally
came to speak oi tho wife of one of
the melhoelist chinches a prominent
pastor of all kind's of things were
said some tinlhfiil, others the
boldest nnagiiitiii'xi-s. All said tliey
had never , i, the lady but
heard she was a blonde, and all said
they would like to see her. All in
the car enjoiod the talk, none more
so than the lady talked about, who
happened to be sitting opposite
them. When she ai rived at her
destination she pulled liie bell to
stop liie car, and having a sense of
the ludicrous, went to the gossipers
and said: "Ladies, you have ex
pressed a desire to sec inc. Here
I am. Let me give you a piece of
advice. When next you gossip in
a street-car, don't do it in such a
loud manner, as it may be heard by
some one who will not enjoy it as
hugely as I have. Good day. The
gossipers showed great astonishment
and chagrin, while the other passen
gers laughed imniodeiately at the
proceedings. Baltimore Ameri
can. - " ' "'" " '
A GIRL, say 10 or 12 years of age to
assist in the household duties of a
A I plv to
PEIOUTS for the use of ctalls or
Refreshment etands at the ICapio
bmi Pink on Saluiday the lOih lust,
must be obtained of the imiler.dgneil.
W. M. GIFKAHl),
100 -it Peoietary IC. P. A,
Kind IlroN. Iinvu Just reeolvetl
A Fine Line of Easter Cards.
Artistic Engraver on Wood,
(Lute of limner Hroi., N. Y )
Contract.! Executed on Kioiieroto Terms.
ruTSpueimcns ot work ut olllcc.n
Aut Oni., IlAiti'JUt Duos., )
Nw Yoil., April, )i7. J
.Mr. F1!. Olleit wan I'orstveial yews
employe il in lliU ist lit i hmoi.t, ami
foiiiura conipi t-iit i'iijji.ivu' ami in nil
rcsnioib u ruli'iJc aim uininht ih'imiii,
J. (1. b'-UTIIWIOIC,
Supt. JJiij;. Pcpi,, If aver Jlros., N. Y.
jKSTOnlers received nt J,
& Uo.'e, L'S Mcrcliiiin -treel.
Sanders' Baggage Express Co.
F. I. CUTTER, J f,-P"ic',,rs'
Ofllcu, 81 King street, Telephone No 80.
Residenui leleplmiii) No .Oi
CSun'X JSxpeousjliiK iz Xrn yliiR
Piano nmi Fiiriuiiiru muvliiy a peKiuliy.
Wugoudrutxttdl incoming siuiiuire.
On FHday, fria
A f. lO OOl.OC
ch 6 5th,
ii Siii'inom, Qti
ii t'u tc in'
i ii l! mi j f-nrc
. v ill
' I' t of
v ijjim of
importation pur liau
O. & Ci
1 1 Cfi'o Wood Plane?.
2 I " Wi'Mil Planus.
" " 30 1 " Lninp WieU.
" " 7 1 " .-puilu.
" " 2J1 1 " Locks.
. ". -j !) I ' :otc:.
" " 240 1 " Hull it Locks.
" " 241 1 ' Louha.
" !M8 1 " Ueil .crows.
" " 4011 1 " Tinware.
" 4i'J 1 " Dn-li I'iuis.
" " Jill 1 " Ini.e lv lies.
" II Id 1 " Cine IC.ive--.
" "4111" Finish Nulls
" 4;0 1 " t'nrrlugo Spring.
" " 443 1 " Finish NailB.
' " 445 1 " rinisli Nails.
" " 417 1 " Fitii-h Nallx.
' 11 bills Yiird Bio ni.
" 14 criitcj Wood Washboards.
11 !1 " Zinc WushbtMrita.
" 215 cases Peck's A.cs.
" 3 " Pick's A.es.
" 12 " U-yN Axes.
" No. 1 1 ci-c Out Ale-.
" "31 " Curt A.le.
, ". " 5 1 " Onri A it -.
" 4 pk; HlneUsmitii rt lows.
" No. Irt&i-H 2 pKys ' ens.
" " 00 it 100 2 " Ovd .
" " 101 1 " Ovens.
" " 102 1 " Slove
" " 101 1 " Slove.
" " 103 i " htovu.
" 10 cases Unurerml Irons.
" 2 pkgs Ooi; Cart
" 4 crates lliiigliniu liuckets.
" 12ciatcs Hitigh'iiii Buckets.
" 12dz Uirriiiis'eTieei".
" 1 tlz Neck Yokes.
" It pkgs Automatic ltuUes.
" 1 ease A.e lliui'ilis.
" 15 Cin'S C'iril Mnlehi"), short
" 17 " Uil'd Miuehes, lony.
" 2 Uog3 Nulls.
" cn-esTubiil.ii L interns.
C. ii C.
11. S. Cu. 20 pc Sli-uin Pipe-, 2 in.
' rt bdh "-teiim Pipes, 1 in
" a " KKnmJ'ipes
W. & Co.
" SUiim Pipe-. Jj ill.
No. V to vn (iei""- Vic
tor Sewinji .'ila..::;.ie.
No. 1 &2 2hi, ilco.
it V. lute Oik 'in
No. !l 1 uii-r Wiiroi. i:
Ne. 4 iS: 3 1 cic Wilcox
it While Oman.
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin
On Wctlnosday, Mavch 20,
AT lO 'I.CK A. 31..
At tic lesidciicu ol Mi'. M. I.oi i s n,
K ng sinet 'O') 'leeoii'i o ilepu.ure),
1 will S 'I ai Public Auc ion,
His Entire Househ'd Furniture,
foiiipri-ing in ji nt:
1 GllCkBTimir SaUBTB FlBSO,
(A -sp endid Inbtrumcnt);
Cenicr -mil Sofn Rugs,
4.hghl Pci.dnut Co hi. elier',
Statuary, Stool Engravings
Large Jinn el Mirror,
1 Handsome DpM Parlor Suite
Ebony Etngeie nnd Cabinet,
.iicu Cuil -ins. Draperies,
Black Witlnui lint Siiind,
1 Massive Black Walnut Bedroom Set,
Spiing and Hair taitn-snj,
B. w. a
Leather Cove'cd Lounge,
Plush Easy Chairs,
Large Koa Wardrobe,
2 Illnck Walnut Wardrobes,
Ii. W. Colored Marblctop Hurcnus,
1 Ash IJ' ilromn bet,
Fctlbei Pillous, Mosquito Nets,
1 B.Y. Pillar Ex. Dining Table,
11. W. Dining.rroin Cliuirs.
1 i; tiint I!. V Sliebortid,
lion ilcdsteids, Haiifiiug Lumps,
GROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Kitchen Htovo nnd Utensils,
l(efrlj;emtor, .Mint Hate. Also,
2 Family Carriages & Sets of Harness,
Etc, Etc., Etc., Ele.
To parties intending irttirnHiinr,
this nib) ofliiib a very desii -a Id,- opiior
tunily, 'is Iho Furiifiure l- nwilv iiuvv
mid in i;i n,l eonditioii, billing been in
use, bin a very short time
JUgyfhe. Piuiuii'e. will !) "P"ii tor
inspuitinn on TURSDAY, Muich lOih,
from Ii a. si. to a r. m.
JAS. F. AI ORGAN,
1P-1 &t A' C oncer,
Ik'ihel fit , next to Ueneinl 1'oht
t lllce, llimoliilu.
All kinds of Safes & Scales repaired.
Also, Hewing JlnehlneH at reuhon
Bell Tel, 424. (oot.25.b8.1yJ P. O. D. 400
Auction Salos by Jamos F, Morgan
fnwiiii of Races
March 16th, 1889
Kapiolani Park I
No. 1. Bicycle (of any kind) f?aoe, 2
mile (lush. Kret: to nil. En.
ti.i $1. l'rizo ??5, donated hy
the Itiiivailmi Tram way Co. and
No. 2. TUi-inlnf; Hiice, 1 mllo dnsh.
For Ilawuii.iH hr-d liotsco.
Free for nil. Cu'th ivelelu.
Prl?e Jrckuy Saddle, Snddlc
Cloth, Uidlir iltidle, Miulin.
pule and Whin, donnted lv
Hon. W L Foster and $13
tmd i utiles.
No. !!. 'rmtiiusr nnd Pnning Itnce, 1
mile dii'h. For Iliwuiiiin lued
hore. it ye.irs o'd. To road
enrl nnd rules. Prize Plitted
Wnter.Pitcliir and $f.O and en
tiles. No. 4. Thinning Itnce, ?. mllo dnsh
For Hawaiian hud horso, 4
ira's old Cneh weiiiht. Prize
'tip, do tiled In i4on Snmuel
Part.or nnd ijtii and entries
N'o. 6. Trotting nnd Pacini; Race.
1 rnilw hents lie; 1 2 in !! to Hoiul
Oan. Flee lo all. Prlz't Set
ol Tmck II iiriio-t, by Hnwntinn
Hoti I Stublea Co. and 830 and
N'o. 0. 'tunning Rice, mile dash.
For 11 iwa inn hied horses 2
yciirb old. Cntih weiulit. Prize
u eomp'ete Hore Suit and n
I'iulure and $ C and entries.
No. 7. Ilunnine Rnce, mile dnsh.
For HaMniian bud horses, 3
ears old. Cutch weight. Prize
a Silk Lap Itobu nnd u Hook
nnd $13 and entries.
No. 8. lUiiming Pace, if mile dash.
Fiee. for all. Prize a Silk Kobe
unil u Hiilini; 15 r idle and $15
2t'o. 9. Hunuitig Rice. 3f mile dash.
Fue torull. Pi'izo 2 Bronzes,
by ibe Pneillc Hardware Co.
ai d $15 and entries.
No. 10 Trolling and Paring Race, 1
mile dnsh. Double teiim. Free
loi uP. Pii7 a Silveiplnled
Toilet Sat, l.'ook ot ilaivalian
Viet.s. pie-ei tel by J .1. Wil
limns and f.'iO and entries.
No. 11 Pony Hire, 1 mile dnsh. For
llai4iian ponies- undci 14
hamK Caleb weight. Piize
Sa.ldle. Bridle. Blanket, eic,
nnd 13 nm! unlriea.
No 12 Trotting liuce lo Road Cart, 1
niilo ilii-li. Fice foi nil llu
wni in lind In iss. Pi i7i' Lnp
) .b and V. li.p and sOaud
en i H'-.
No. 13. 'tmminir Bice, tJJ mil? diph.
Fiee tut nil. Pi'XiTa Ro.m Can,
b iliu II iw lisuti M.inul:. dur
ing Cj iiuu $i5 unil enliies.
No. 14. Tilting Unce, 1 mile dnsh.
jt-or uli liur-o-t lluit never beat
3 minutes. Piizt: S3 t of Hai-lil'h-
.Hid $'0 and enirHB.
No. 15, Tnicbn Club Saddle
Hat e. 1 mill! dish,
disc of Champagne.
BSyEnlnes to bo ma'le beio-e
day, March 11, 18SU, at -1 r M
U. BolteV olllce.
Snf Lniiii- each horso $2 CO. No
I'lOlu-siomil .loekeys allowed. nil
Kiduis to lie in costume. Only grnlle.
men diners. Cups, tie, to owner of
wiiminj; lioies. Money prizes to rideib
oi duveis. Elicit nice, 2 money prizes,
Ibt pnzu Jj, 2nd pr.z J.
J. A. CUMMINS.
Honolulu, J. nuar. in, IPX). Ml
POK'IUGUESB ih-Miing to bend to
ihe A.or. b fi their triends can
now pimlrie throi gb lickeis m the
nllice ot the imdcrtfiyiiciL, at ihe follow,
Florcs to Honolulu )
Pnyal " f '
Tnceira " I
Kt. Michaels " $109 23.
St. George " )
TIclietH also Isbiied through to Azores
from Honolulu. Special rules for cliil.
rlren under 12 yenrs of nee.
.r. K. BROWN & CO.,
AgentH Uurliiiuton itoute, S. l', and
United KtatLM Azoriiin Packet Line.
ELECTJOiV of OFFICERS.
ATtliiinntiiiiil nieiiiing of the block,
i olders of the I'ennle'a Ice ii He.
frigeratnr ('o, held this day, the follow,
ing iinini'il perfoia nero elected as otll.
cers for the i nsuing j cur:
J K. Wilder President.
W. W. liul' Viie.l'rosident,
W. L. Pus-ier Htcietniv,
W. K Wull Tieahiirer,
W. O. Mniih Auditor.
Tho uhovi iiaineii olllcers coiisiltuto a
Iloaid of Diikiou.
W. E. POSTKIt,
.secretary P. J. Alt. Uo.
Honolulu, Man h fi, 1889. K0 2w
Choicest Mutton I
ef, mmT Pork,
Ahwiyu mi linuil at the
(Suercisors to Wm. JlcCandlers),
So. a (liieeii Nt., : , : KIxli llarKet,
Honolulu, II, I.
t3f Family and Shipping Oideruoire,
fully Htiendfd to. Live ISinpU funiUlinl
to vessels at eho nfiliqe, ipy 17-88
HAVING 'I AM N STOriv .NI AllE Ol-FLUINU
Ati. Uoods at breatly Keduced Prices ! t
-RI'ICCIAL IJAltGAlNh 01'-
Remncnts in Ail
Just Recoived a
-WE WILL SELL
Our $2.50 Pnrnsols for $1.25.
Our S3.50 Parasols for $2.00. r'U
Our 84.50 Parasols for 82.75.
Our $5.50 Parasols for S3.30.
B3OIE3 WEEK OPO-TST -ai
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUll TIME TO rUKCIIASK
e Prices we pntee flr Oeg m Duly !
HOLLI8TER & CO
19 i'OUT SSTKKBT. HOKOiLIUJ.W.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumsry and Toilet Articles !
Agents for P. Lorill.ml & Co.'s Tobaccod, & W. S. Kimball & Co.'s
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works ... 73 Hotel Street.
iST BARGAINS -3 New I ine of figy BAItQAINB
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever
JVoveltieM nnd Fancy GoocIn, In Large "Vwrlty.
ANY person found trcFpapsine; or
shootii e; on the KULIOUOU hmdu
will be prosecuted.
170 lin HOUERT LISHMAN.
AHEWAHD will le j.aid for infor
matiou regaidwij; the liariiuc
"Wanderlug ilinstiel," of lToiiKkong
SV2 Ions, liit-t heard of id Honolulu, De
cember, Ifia7. Apply lo
O. O. BEUGEH,
100 Ot Honolulu.
pam. A NICK 4-roomed Cottage
SiXaf,Pi "" I'u'ichbowl rtet
ExiiHiSa near the Murmou Lhurch, a
flue lieulth locality, quiel nelehbothood.
liicpilre or A. VOGEL,
18H tf At Ed. floflVchlaeeer io Co.'s.
K?' , pOMPOHTAHLY Ktirnlsh
&&$& rl' H"""ls' Haid lftc.
EftyjjflS quired. Apjily ill "Chamber
lulu lloiiff," Iviue; fctieet, oppoaitii Ka.
wuiiihuo tjeiuiimiy. 181 tf
XX House on Punclibiiwl
SSHffi MU'ut, bvMecu Pulaee Walk
aim Uei etanla street. Apply to
D11. J. S. McGKEW,
HOtf noicl htreut
rPHE Mofiierny Hall. Ap.
J. ply to
Cor, Fort & ileichaut sti.
iiJlLMS & iJU.
Preuh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
hm K Ml) S Pn fl
FOR ONE WEEK-
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
TImj Lt'ajliuy: Ulillincry House.
2 - 1 - 87
New inoicc of
ONL young, good
Horhu (mare preferieif).
Apply to No. 89 Jler
For Sale Cheap.
MILCH Cow, lour years
old, good Jersey
stock. Must bo sold at
oneiv on account of depar-
tine by the Australia. A bargain for a
poor man. Inquire at fir. Whitney's
olllce. ij.i at
ONI! black AVahint Parlor suite, up
holstered hi black hmse hair in
))erfeet ouler, also 0110 Jot of white
itabhlts, for i-alu cheap. Jnnulro Uul
I.KTIN Olllce. 10c lw
-I NKW "Invinclbhi" Coinpotti.il Cen.
1 tiifugal Piuiiping liugluc AltU At
tached t.'ondi'iisvr and Air 1'unip, com
plete; diameter of dischavae pipe, a
HONOLULU IRON WOKKS CO.
Ban Fiiakcibco, Cax.,
Fohiuury 1, 8t0.
WE herewith reitlfy that Messrs.'
Dodd & Miller are our duly au.
thorizeil and only ngeuis for the Ha.
Wttiinn Islands for th sal of our Lacer
jieer In keff.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.h -1U0
tf John H. Wiclund Jlroi.
WUbj ba Jb