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RCIi 19, 1&8D.
Although a telegram in the San
Francisco papers, from Now Xork,
March 3, 9nys, "Private despatches
from Berlin, received at midnight,
positively confirm the report of the
des ruction of the steamer Nipsic
by Iho German war vessel off
Samoa," a telegram of the Oth from
New York states that "little faith is
placed in the repot t that private dis
patches teeeived in this city confirm
the dos ruction of the Xipsic. None
of this morning's pnpeis have addi
tional facts. The j.tory is lidiculed
as impossible by ex-Kecrctnry Whit
ney and other tiiotiiinent, men." A
London dispatch of the 8th says,
"It is believed the sensational report
of the destruction of the Nipaic in
the harbor of Apia, Samoa, is sim
ply an amplified repetition of the
report originally published at Kiel,
which stated that an American ship
had been wrecked inSamoau waters.
This was repealed with elaboration
in the Bieslau "Zeitung" as a pri
vate undated dispatch ftom Samoa.
The reported destruction, of the Nip
sic by the German corvette Olga is
unbelieved here or in Berlin."
We know for a fact that an Amer
ican vessel was wrecked in Samoan
waters. The baikentino Constitu
tion was discharging cargo at Apia,
and on the loth February dragged
her anchors, struck a reef, and sank.
The news was brought here by the
Zealatidin. on the 9th instant, and
also captain, (Colly), mate, and six
of the crew of the wtccked vessel.
The London telegram believes that
the reported destruction of the Nip
sic grew out of the fact of the loss
of the Constitution, which is highly
jTOTTth anfi maturity of this fruit ate
present in that region.
Passing these wastes, the culti
vated areas of l'carl Harbor arc
reached ; and tho plantations of rice
and bananas, and other lesources
are fully described. On examina
tion of the different soils. jIr. alao
donald observed that sinnu of the
plateaus placed in juxtaposition
were oi uiuoreni suits some weiu
red. and others of a brown or choc
olate color. lie enters Into various
speculations regarding the causes of
theso differences, and accounts for
tho light-colored mounds or pla
teaus upon tho drift theory in this
way: At a time prior to the sur
rounding areas being covered with
vegetation, the lighter pat tides of
soil had been blown about by the
winds and formed mounds, similar
to the manner in which snow-drifts
or sand dunes are formed; and he
strengthens this view by compai i
sons of shape, etc. lie traces the
gradual ascent on one side and the
abrupt descent on the othor; the
comparative absence of iion oxide,
which give lite red color to the hea
vier soils adjoining ; and shows the
finer and lighter nature of the pani
cles of which the chocolate soils are
composed. The site of Kwa town
ship is fully desctibed, and also the
adjoining brook of Waiewa and the
cultivated valley through which that
stream flows. Then the Hon. M.
l Robinson's gigantic flume is
spoken of; which we aic told is, in
places, 7G feet high. The big
springs ami artesian wells of the dis
trict also come in for a share of rc
niaik; and the climate, wild ilora
and fauna of the district have all a.
share of attention. Altogether the
report is very exhaustive and well
wiillen; and will doubtless add
much to the value of a tailway pam
phlet now being prepaied by the O.
11. and L. Co., which pamphlet will
embody the report under notice.
The Westmcath's Cargo to be
tho. (Jauso of an Enquiry.
Colleo or Hagor Orilii'iznd.
(Oorrespohihtivc of thtt liallitin.')
REPORT ON EWA DISTRICT.
We have seen a copy of the man
uscript teport on the Kwa district,
made by Mr. J. M. JMacdomiM;
and, although it is too leiiji!iy""a
document for leview ;.v all its de
tails, we can fvoa few of the lead
ing particulars and characteristics of
" Mr. Macdonald begins his tracing
of the line of railroad from tho Ho
nolulu fish-market ; and on through
the raakai lands of Palama to Moa
nalua Valley, where the first point
of interest to the general reader oc
curs. The fruilfulness of the lower
part of this valley is described at
length, and also its general outlines
and impioved eo'idition. From
thence the ,.,n r rosses the
Btream at tin " il hi je, and ou
ters the Mo' ' filu, which he
describes as having very picturesque
and beautiful scenery, although still
in a state ot nature. Of course, the
railway will not pass within a mile
of this defile ; but the government
road winds tbiougu it, and this is
the only practicable route to Ewa
by land at present. On emerging
from this cliff-bound vale the crest
of Long Mountain is reached, on
which is the boundary between the
districts of Kona and Ewa, marked
by a small pile of stones on the
road side. The distance here is said
to be about o miles from Honolulu
by the government road. On the
west of the road is the Leilono
mountain which the repot ter found
of very easy ascent, and he leached
the highest peak in a few minutes
from the time lie lelt the main high
way. There is a rude flagstaff here,
and the view is said to he unrivalled
in extent and beauty on tho island
of Oalin. Tho geological formations
are described, and speculations are
entered upon icgnrding tho former
and present appearances of this ex
crescence of the earth's crust. From
tho top are seen the crater-lake, salt
lake ; and near the latter, the pro
jected line of railway about 500
feet below, and half a mile distant.
Returning to the road, the reporter
passes thtqugh an uninhabited coun
try of n broken character and cover
ed with mimosa brush. This stretch
of waste and solitude lines the road
for about a miles from tho boundary
line; and cteeks, from the moun
tains to the sea, How through the
aica at several points. Tho land is
described as fci tile in most places,
and sufficiently nioifet to successful!'
raiso grapes and olives without irri
gation. So far us gtnpes are con
cerned, no -'belter land or climato
could be found anywheio, says tho
report, as all the essentials for the
EniTOU IjCli.i'.tix: I think it
would not be out Of place for the
Minister of the Interior to use the
money that was intended to fence
in L'alace Square in fencing in the
reef, so that the coasters may not
get o." the reef so often. A person
.-ould natui ally think the Minister
is a little inclined to build fences,
and I think the skippers would be
better pleased than the people of
Honolulu would be if Palace Square
was fenced. A Buxi.rACion.
A NEW ENGINE HOUSE.
The following tendeis were re
ceived yesterday at the Interior De
partment for the erection of an en
gine house for China Engine Com
pany No. d, on Maunakea street:
Walker & Redwood S9.7G3
Edward Ilingley 11,525
Peter High 8,'J "'
Geo. W. Lincoln 8,900
Sam. Mahoc 8,(iyo
E. U. Thomas 8.581
J. J. Caidcn 8,185
Geo. Lucas 7,C50
Fred, llari ison 7,!598
The tenders also contained figures
for foundation and excavation. The
tender of Fred. Harrison was ac
cepted, his price for foundation per
cubic yaul being 8 and for excava
tion 20 cents.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
lmroni: jic'ch'm.y ,i.
Tui:say, March 19th.
In re estate of John David Kan,
of Kapalama, Honolulu, Oahu, de
ceased. Petition of Kuluamiole
(w), that will be admitted to pro
bate, and that letters of admintsUa
tion with the will annexed bo issued
to J. Unautia. Continued from 11th
inst. Oidered that the will be ad
mitted to probate, that letters be
issued as prayed, he to act under
8250 bond, to give the usual notice
to creditors, and to file inventory.
W. C. Achi for Petitioner; W. O.
Smith for Keanaole (w) niecu of
jn iianco nr.FOKi: thi: rur.t. rounr.
Monday, Mnrch 1 8th.
l.'l. Kanakanui, administrator Kaai
estate vs. V. L. Leslie. Assumpsit.
Exceptions from January term.
Court orders the cause stricken from
the calendar as the bill of exceptions
was not presented to the presiding
Justice within ten days. W. O.
Smith and Achi for plaintiff; Neu
mann and Rosa for defendant, ap
pellant. Mnnncl Rcgo vs. S. N. Mahoe.
Assumpsit. Defendant's exceptions
from February term of the Fourth
Judicial Court. Argued and sub
mitted. W. O. Smith for plaintiff;
A. Rosa for defendant.
Tuksuay, Match 19.
J. Gibson and ICawika, each for
tcited .fA, and Cm punter and If uln
were lined 10, all for drunkenness.
Yeo Woo was fined If 2 for obtti not
ing tho highway.
A. advertise in the "Daily Bulletin."
It would scorn that tho end is not
yet even in regard to thai cargo of
Java sugar that was brought here
by the steamer Wcstmeath.
The attempt to smuggle it through
the Custom House at a low rate of
duty is, it is reported, to be the sub
ject of an enquiry on the part of the
new Secretary of the Treasury, xur.
Windoin. The New York Custom
House wot kings arc to be thoroughly
overhauled to ascertain how the
sugar swindles have been worked
there, and, in the same connection,
the little San Fiancisco "joker" will
Collector llagcr has been endea
voring to excuse himself for his
action in releasing the cargo, but
each time that he opens his mouth
he inserts his pedal extremity there
in most deliberately, llagcr first
said that he had orders ftom Secre
tary Fairchild to release the cat go,
and subsequently be denied this.
He next delended himself by saying
that if he had retained the sugar,
and if lie had brought suit for its
condemnation, and if he had been
defeated in the suit, he would have
been held personally responsible for
any damages tho American Sugar
Refinery Company might claim.
On tiiis point the "Evening Post"
says: "He has been repeatedly
shown that the statutes that cover
the case provide that in ease of pro
bable cause, such as this was, he
would be shielded from any claims
lor damages whatever, the govern
ment assuming the lesponsihility.
The last time that these sections ol
the statutes wore shown hiin was
about a month ago, and while ad
mitting that lie would not have been
held personally liable, lie sought to
exculpate himself with the remark
that he did not want the government
to lose anything. He considered
this caution necessary in spite ol
the fact that Dr. Bowie, the United
Males Examiner of Drugs, Ap
praiser Beck and other Customs olll
cials reported 111110 and again thai
the fraud was attempted. Thus
cornet ed. Collector llagcr has taken
another avenue llnoiigh which he
hopes to escape."
"lie now sayb that the sugar
would have been seized but for the
nut thai the moiety act, under which
former Colli otors made such seiz
mes, was ivpualed some time ago.
This is considered by those con
versant with Mr. Hager and his
business methods as an insinuation
that ho would like to bo paid extra
lo attend to his duty as Collector."
The Collector also tried to put all
the blame on the California Sugar
Refinery people. While it is true
that they asked for information upon
the rate of duty to be paid ujion
Java sugar, his attention being
theteby drawn to this caigo, ho can
not by any possible means blame
them for his subsequent misdeeds.
By trying to do so he drew out a
reply from Mr. C. A. Spreckels who
is quoted as follows: "I am sur
piised that Collector llagcr should
at last take this means lo shift the
responsibility. I had always thought
heretofore that he would attend to
his duties while being paid his legal
salary, and would not expect any
outside soutce of revenue to induce
him to do wliat was just and right.
He has also attempted to avoid res
ponsibility bv saying that this dis
pute over the Westmcath's cargo is
meiely tho oulcoine ol a rivalry nc
tween the California and Atner.ian
sugar refineries. I do not see how
this lias anything to do with the
ease. If we of the California te
liuery ascertain that fraud is being
consummated by our rivals, and that
they are getting a higher grade of
sugar than they are willing to pay
duty on, it stands to reason that we
should desire that they bo made to
pay every cent of duly that they
owe the government. Tho fact of
the matter is that we were the first
oiu'3 to detect the suspicious facts
in connection with tho Westmcath's
cargo. Purely as i matter of busi
ness, we teportcd it to the proper
authorities, and Collector llagcr is
not doing justice to himself, lo the
leveiiue depaitmcnt or to us in
covering up this matter by such an
assertion. Wo merely want justice,
and wo want to know why it was
that that sugar was not seized, as
the law provides plainly it sliould
And again Mr. Spreckels continu
ed to rub it in: "The most astound
ing admission ever mado by a public
olllcer is that to be found in Col
lecior Ilager's excuse that the old
Moiety act being repealed, 'no
moiety whatever is now allowed to
collectors for making seizures.' This
is as p.ain an admission as ho could
make that he would have seized the
caigo if there had been anything in
it for linn, and that ho did not cato
to go to any further trouble because
theru was 'nothing in it' for linger.
"Mr. linger talks of resigning his
position now, 1 think ho had belter
do so, But it won d be well for tho
Civil Service jf an investigation were
first held into his pnuducl. ' When
a public officer insinuates that he
takes no proceedings in the public
interests bsonuae there is no moioty
allowed him for doing his duly, it is,
in my opinion, quite time that he
weie relieved ftom the bervice. 1
icgtet being dragged into a discus
sion with Mr. llagcr, but the next
tune that hu lists our name I Impo
ho will adhere to Iho truth, and not
try to phioe. on onrshou.deishisowii
cuors ami lilumlirs. They are far
lo i nuanrotts lor us to carry."
Mr. Hager has sent in his resigna
tion. He is also probably soiry that
Ttic Tittst has at last c ndeseeud
ed to acknowledge the advance in
the prico of sugar thnt was reported
to the Bulletis by last mail. The
prico of tho raw commodity is now
quoted at o 11-10 cents, with every
prospect of its going still higher.
Hawaiian planters should be thank
ful that the great Ti list is now per
mitting them to receive the lull
market value, although they were
cinched by cent per pound in some
half-dozen c.ugoes. It will be in
terest ing to note the tiixl concession
that is granted, but yotii planters
must not expect loo much. lite
Sugar Trust is a gigantic hog with
an insatiable maw. Even now sugar
is 1-10 cent higher, the proper price
being 5 '$ cents.
The prico of refined sugar has
been jumping up iu San Fiancisco
during the last few days, seven I
quotations being issued daily so thai
it is somewhat dilllcult to keep ttack
of them. Supplies aie huge and
the demand is not cxtraoidinarily
San Francisco, March 9th.
Auction Sales by Lswls J. Loyoy,
On Wednesday, Muvcli 20,
AT 1)3 O'CLOCK XOOX,
At tin Si a mo n
Queen at reel ,
enfticr if Fori anil
I will sell at
4 Hall & Co.'s Iron Safes !
33 Pk-, 25 -hovels,
23 Wheel bnrrov.-s.
Builder's Sundries, Etc., Etc.
B. I. IHLEfiS
LEWlb J. LEVEY,
1(10 31 Auctioneer.
Auction Sale of
ti 1....1.1. n a n
YHIU UlC liOl'SCS B
TIAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AKE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Priced
SPECIAL BARGAINS OF jpt
Remnants in Ail Departments.
Just Rocoivod a Fresh Lot of
DIAMOND DYE BLACK HOSE !
v.w ..rsirTTrMyacy-.i'-!-rT '--.... ......
Byoiilci ol 'lie f uiHee-of His Mnjcstj'
"E1ate 1 wnl e1 a 1'uMic Aueuim
On Monday, ftflarch 25,
AT l!i O'CLOCK XOON,
At the I'lihliK'k in teir of the Hon J. 1.
Dow sett's ofllec, Qneu'i street,
FOR ONE WEEK
The following whaling men arrived
on the Mariposa lo join vessels at
this port: Capt. E.ia Laphtun, hark
Alice Knowles, as master; Capt. A.
C Sherman as master, Thum.i L.
Ellis and O. F. Gifford as boat
headers steam whaler Win. Lewis;
Capt. D. F. Devall, as master, and
Win. Cook, boat-header, b-trk An
drew Hicks; Capt. T. 1'. Wairon,
master, bai k Triton.
MR. MARQUES ABROAD.
The Geographical Society of Lis
bon, before wh'tcli our townsman
Mr. A. Matques, lecently gave a
very successful lecture, is composed
ol 1)18 effective membeis, and a
large number of honoraiy ones.
Amongst the foimer are found
lSf oilioi.ds, civil and militaiy, lo-l
men in different commercial or in
dusttial pursuits, KM military and
naval olllceis, 1:28 landowners, 02
engineers, 70 medical men, ifi law
yers, till ptofessors, etc. They hold
monthly meetings, in which arc dis
cussed' the jreoiir.Hihical topics of
the day, and publish a very interest
ing "Bulletin." They further award
evciy year a large gold uitdal to the
author of the most impoilant dis
coveries or must nsctul wotk for the
progress ot geographical science,
and further, thev have another spe
cial medal to be worn by those mein
beis of the association who distin
guish themselves by valuable geo
graphical contributions. Hie so
ciety was so pleased with Mr.
Matques' lecture, that he was le
quested to give one or several more.
Our lownsman further sent some
considerations, on the Mariana Isl
ands, to the Minister of 'Ultiamar'
and to the Geogiaphical Societies in
Madiid, by which they were acknow
ledged olllcially as biiug very im
poitant and valuable: they were
also published by sevetal of the
leading Spanish papers.
24 Horses, Mares and Colts,
(More or LoO ;
Fioin Well-known Imported
v n i
nuniiQtnohfl $ i
uiuiuiuuiiuu u riBIE
f-ii K3 a
-WE WILL SELL FOR ONE WEEK-
Our $2.50 Parasols for $1 .25.
Our $3.50 Parasols for $2.00.
Our $'1.50 Parasols for $2.75.
Our $5.50 Parasols for $:j.;50.
K3g oje wjeie:: oivjltst agi
Auctionles by James F. Morgan.
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO PURCHASE
TIibsb Prices ie pirmtei for Old Wotk Duly !
ALL icisorn limn.: claims n"nint-t
me will ile.i-o msiu! tin ir bills ut
once to Mr. C'. IJulii-V. ollleo 1 tun j,oiii!.'
iiwiiy on Apiil filli, ami would nke 1 1
settle evil thing Ix'foic the eml of thi
month. ' A. CUMMINS.
NOTICE of ASSIGNMENT.
YKL WO Oil N.of Wuii'ot, Kiiual.
having this day iiiiuJ.- uu assign,
mi nl "full 1 in pi opet ty to the nndei.
signed for tho liH-flt f his creditors,
tPu littler nru hcrolij leqncMeil topic
sent theit claims within ono month
from (lute t the. titideipk'm'd, and nil
P'lriies owiim said Y -o Wo Cliun aro
icquv.tcil to uiiiUe imniuliutc payment
Et. IIOFFSCIir.AKGUU it CO.
Honolulu, Ma. eh IS, 1S!. LOl !JL
On WodiK'silay, March 20,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. 31.,
At the ii-Mduiii't: ol Mi. M. l.oni s r .
King Btii-ft in iicrouiit ot ilcpurltiri ;.
I will S' 1 at Public Aunion,
His Entire Househ'd Furniture,
' oiiipii-ing in put:
1 Phiplnnrinnr C
(A npleml.d Instrument) ;
C"'iter mil Sofii Itup.'.
1 unlit loi dual On t. cliers,
Statuary, Steel Engravings-
T.iia Man el Miiror,
1 Handsome Uphol. Parlor Suite
Klinny Ktngeio aed Cihinet,
Ulncl: Witlnui Hal Si mil,
1 Eaisiye Black Walnut Bedroom Set,
Cu'r ' 3Iirhlctop;
Spiing and lluir Valua.,-.,
L"i!hcr C'oveied lounge,
l'lusli Eu&y UliairF,
Large Koa Wardrobe
2 Blnck Wuhnil Wirlrohes,
H. V. Onlmuii Murn'elop Bureaus,
1 AMi Hi di oi m bi t,
Ken tier IMlows, Mosquito Nits,
1B.W. Pillar Ex. Dining Table,
B. W. l)ining-i o n Uiinirs.
1 E epnil 15. U Si ibimul,
lion DcdstciulB II iiiging Lamps,
GROCKERY and GLASSWARL
ICicheti Stove nnd UtcniK
Hefngci. to , Jleat Safe. Aho,
2 Family Carriages & Sets of Harness,
Etc., Ete., Etc., Etc.
To parties intending rcfurnMiiiu,
this sun. oIV'ih a ei desirable, oppo'
Utility, as iliu Kuiuitiiio in nearly new
mid in (mod condition, hiving been ii
ii(!. but a very hliorl time
Cfeir"llii' I'lcmisi'.. will no opiu n r
iiihpieiion on TUESDAY, March llllli.
from Da. m. to !) i. M.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The lAailiii Millinery llousp.
IO U g
1J FOBT STfiSHSK'ff. SIOKOIBJJMU.
iii'onTi:us .t i)i:ali:kr in
Perfume?y arsd Toilet Articles
Agents for P. Lorillaid .fc Co.'s Tobaccos, & V. S. Kimball & Co.'s
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
crated Water Works 7: Hotel Street.
iPft ' P
lOJST 1,XWIi:i HONOLULU.
BY it competent and triiblworthy Man
as Moiekeepei, uletk or us limit on
it plantation, tlnnil l'feienees. Apply
to J. llutchiii,'-, UtiM.CTJ.N (Jlllee.
200 1 w
TO LET or LEASE.
I'm inises lately oeen
il hj .Mr. 1. J. ulson
btieet, near Thomas
Sqiiiiii. Arleinn uii'i-r and modem
conveniences. App'v to
200 tf At 13 () ilill .V Mill's.
r BARGAINS & Now Line of BSy BAP.CtAINS -J
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
HEF-HAEDf ME, PLOWS & Gil iEMANBIi.
J list Keceivcd
IVovelLicH txm Fiiucy Ooocls, In Ljirere Variety.
Carriage For Sale Cheai.
NBW C'ltnndir Car
i in ire luit llinslad
iiiid hand-omel .' ti 1 tumid
n lli?i elim- myhi jnttt bo Iinnicdlnlely
-uW to cloiu mi iiffignnii in, can hu bi cu
nt W. II. I'ageV ci riajio inunnfaetuiy,
No. 128 Fori f trout.
HAWAIIAN HCSIXKSS AGENCY.
rJ",III0 p-ut.iert-l Ip lieruiofore xi-llii(
IL lieie-ii JI, X, Sanduis ail I V. I.
C..tter illider the namu of HunderV h.
jnec, Co has h on disMilved. The hind.
niK will In fi rlt.il on by il. N. S.indeia
us Iieieuifoie. V. 1, Unite; ib not iiulho.
jif.id loeolluct any innnies due thu linn,
eiihit o.i the express lm$incM or lor the
i'nrtML;it of iiiliiiUli.
'JOOlm M. N. 8ANIJ1ZKS.
AH, 110WAT, Veieiiimry Hiirg.-on,
olllcii mill iilinni'iot ill Hu lium
JAS. P. MOHGAN,
tit n IT Iti'DH. have jiiftt received
A Fine Una of Easier Cards.
Cliib House Dining Room
COPIES of the Hawaiian Direct' ly
for 1888-0 recmtly published by
tho McKenney Directory Uo. for Bale.
Prico U CO.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
&J$ A NICK 'ooincd Cottngo
w xjL on I'liiirhliowl btrcet
Hum- thu Miirnion I hurcli, a
line health localllj, quiet nclelilinrhood.
Ituiiiliuor A. VOGEL,
18ii tf At Ed. HnflVchhieuM Ji co.'s.
iufflfikfi POMFOUTAHLY Fumlsli.
iCfiliv'i Lt' lteoms. lifiard if re.
ESJsSaa quired. Apply at "Chamber
luin Iloni-e," King btrcet, opposite Ka.
Hotel Huh c iiirnei U'del and It chniil
fieulf. r-oioni illo lic.ilnu nt in all dix.
ciireint dnme-.tio nnlllials Orilerb lor
attended to. Jlutuul Teleplioii
P, O, liox 320. mh.18 81)
Having hecurt-d the M'tviecii of a
Fit'Nt lUhu.H ;)ok
And iiiailn mnns olhei (ilmngcs in the
iniimigeineiii wo aro now jirc.
pirul 10 pin up the
Cottage For Sale Cheap.
jJiPvA, 1 -STOUY Uotlnge, nearly
hSS " "cw' eontiiiiiTi g jiurloi,
WrftiiraSi iimijig.ioom, 4 hedioom, Kit-
utien, haihrooin and watei.clnMM, vcrun
diih, htublu, wiigin-bhuil, chiulun hniinu
nil yard, HiMcr f.irdeu, itc. Lot U,ri
100 luu , and leased lol adjoining 70.7
nei. .illume at Kiip.iliumi, mauka eidu
ol hint; btieet. Apply at
HAWAIIAN MJSINKS8 AGENCY.
ALAKOK and Comfortable
Hou-o on l'nnchhowl
EuriiiMhed Lodging House.
jiiii (inmi'ttio nnlllials orilerb lor ' ,, . nii n T, tt i i
nation and rancl. Mock l-ouinily , B6St Bill 01 Ml'fi 111 Honolulu.
nuled to. Jlutuul Telephone il,4,
LUNG eiablUhud iu a de.
birahle locality in Hoiio.
lulu, with itnex'piied iciiao of
:y. ye.tM at low rental i nll'uied, (on
iii court of ill-health), uithoui bnnuii, to
party Iniyiui; thu tiuuiuiio at a luir
viiluntion. 'Iheie am 'l room ou thu
niemhe well fnrniHhcd, yiulillng a
handsome luveuun Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGKNOY.
BF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise it in the "Daily Bullutin,"
a fciioPt, betweon I'aluco Walk
ami iluiciuuia tireet. Apply to
Dtt. ,1. S. ilcGREW,
170 If Moid btreet.
ALL persons liuving clalmo against
. L, Vudenlinrir will pleuto
pit-sent them to t limits Cruighton on or
lieforu JmieSO, 18i0. 10(3 lm
San EitANCitco, Uau,
February 10, 18" 0
WE herewith ccrtily that Jlessrs.
Dodd & Miller arc onrdulj au.
thorized and only iigcnib foi tint Ha,
waiian Islunds for the aula of our Luger
lieer In hej;--.
JOHN W1ELAND HBEWING CO..
100 II John II. Wieluud Bios.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT.
J. advortUo la the "Daily Bulletin,"
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