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Pledirril to HcitAcr Sect nor Party,
Out ntabliskcd for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, MAKCII 27, lb89.
Taking a glatiee back over the last
twenty months past, we shall sec and
realise that Honolulu has made some
advancement in the condition of her
thoroughfares. We have no wish
to intimate that our streets are any
where near what they should be and
what we cnleiitiin the hope they will
be sometime in the future; but every
candid man must admit that they
have in a iiii-inuro progressed in that
direction. With the best of man
agement and the wisest use of all
the iiioncv that can possibly be
spared ?'"" the public revenue for
public norks in the capital city of
the kingdom, -omi years must elapse
heloiv the condiimu of otlr public
high" a -i can reach the ideal rea
lized in ni'iny eiiiM elsewhere. Al
though many ol us may be impatient
to M-e every street, in the city just
exaetl as ue tnink it should be, we
must. ii calm ifllection, see that
the town ha- taken a lew steps that
way. . f this writing we call to
mind, and instance, Uethel street;
Merchant street, trom Fort street to
the Government house; Punchbowl
street, between King and Beretauia
streets; Alakea stieet; portions ol
Nuuanu street, aud portions of King
street. We may not. and in fact do
nut, believe that either the most
serviceable grading or the most
scientific method of couslructioii has
been followed in all the examples
(pioted ; but in each and every street
referred to thcie has been a decided
improvement, and they arc all in a
better state for travel than they
It may be appropriately suggest
ed, in concluding, that the streets
which have been thoroughly macad
amised should be kept in repair, and
not allowed to 1 elapse into their
former condition. l,A stitch in time
saves nine." A very little attention
and money will keep them as they
now are for years to come, but one
yeat's neglect will efface the good
thai has been done.
TRAMCARS OH FORT STREET.
During yesterday and to-day we
have heard considerable talk on
Fort street against the track for the
tramcars beimr laid along that
street. Some Ihink. so they say,
that the stiee' is so narrow that
there is not n mn on it tor the tram
cars and the private carriages that
usually frequent it.
One tradesman said that the only
objection he had was, that his cus
tomers wouldtnot'be able to keep
their carriages in front of his shop,
and sit in them while his clerks took
and filled their orders. Really, this
seems to ns a stupid and sliort
eighted objection. It must cer
tainly entail on the tradesman addi
tional work and cause him some an
noyance tobe compelled to wait on
his customers in the street, instead
of their coming into his store and
being waited on in the regular and
legitimate way. One would think
that anything which would necessi
tate iustomers coming inside, in
stead at hping served in the street,
would be hailed with' welcome.
Due remarkable feature about the
objection to tlw tramway' passing
through Fpft street, isthati tiio ob
jectors, or most of them, a few
jnouths ago signed a document ex
pansive of a desire that that street
should he Included M the Bystem.
What has w:jirred to produce this
chuuge in their cws and wishes?
Jlas the street gwn narrower
muju ihii uigniug of that doiinent,
We are not interested a five-cent
piece whether the traiocars traverse
Fort street for not, but if our busi
ness were on that street we cer
laijily should want the cars to go
that way, believing that streets
which without the cars are handi
capped hy ijisc which have them.
.if Alakea btrm, jext to Fort street
and lunning parallel "with' it, has
IrauicarH r-&njni ,v travelog it, and
the other has m.t, Aialcea, as a Ijusr
nes stieet, is hound, to rite, U) the
iletriiiit'iit of Fort street.
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u FOUL PLAY " RATHER.
KniHijt fJj;jti.i;,u.v--Tbe "l "
:iuj that Ii4"t4xt mi'ddk-th with inat-ii-p.
noj Jieloiigiug Ifl him is like one
dial takvth a dpg 4y the ears,
Nveithltfck, fltul .as i hu.v hepn
"!uine" enough before now tohay,s
taken several cumby tuo legs, J am
going to interfere, your eil,orjnl
poftllanjoy jyvrcnlttlng, in a matter
wlioae Intrinsio merits scnrcjsly'con
cern me sufficiently to keep me ly
ing awake nights. Ynti had "A
voico from Maui" on Monday, sign
ed by "N. U." It was careful in
statement of reports coming t' its
writer's eais, giving such for what
they were worth. I: was precipe in
its utterance of opinions. It was
replete with interesting news regard
ing goings on upon the island where
written. It wa9 manly in holding
ut a warning signal to a section of
the community which, if the reports
given currency to had any Jounda- i
tlnn, is menaced by the sedulous
craft of a rivnl section -or, in other
words, put on the defensive while
peacefully following their own ways.
Moicovef, the letter in question
voiced what I have no doubt is the
opinion of the most enlightened and
liberal minds of the day, in declar
ing the religious indulgence lately
promulgated to all the sects by the
Hoard of Education to be practically
nothing better than a firebrand
amongst dry stubble.
Now on Tuesday a correspondent
ol yours, lalsely assuming the col
ors of "Kair Play," unuYi-tiikes to
pour forth upon the headoi"N.G."
a stream of unfair abuse and vilifica
tion. False to his nom de plume,
this writer virtually takes for grant
ed that only one division of the
Christian Church has any right to
stand up for itself if put. at a disad
vantage by civil interference, llo
unju-tly ehaiges "N. G." with nar
row minded bigotry, when the whole
tenor of that wi iter's letter was the
sentiment of "a fair field and no
favor" for all denominations. This
is proved, as well as his liberality of
thought, in "N. G.'s" sentence,
"The Sunday schools are good and
everybody is in favor of them, be
they Catholic or Protestant." In
other words, there is a time for re
ligious teaching of the young, as for
everything else, but it is not the
lime that children of differing sects
are gathered for state-supported in
struction in the practical knowledge
to fit them for the hurly-burly of
life's struggle for subsistence.
Change the signatures of the two let
ters and matters will be adjusted to
my satisfaction. Put "Fair Play"
to the Maui "voice" and "No Good"
to its reply, and the fitness of things
will be established. I disagree with
many of the leading tenets of most
Protestants, sis well as with the doc
trines that have always made the
Catholic Church a thorn in the side
of legitimate statesmanship. I only
interfere in this case because, before
a reply can come from Maui, the
subject will be stale. All the faults
that "Fair Play" charges to "N.
CJ." belong emphatically to his own
HILO AND ITS NEEDS, NO. 2.
From Tni Hllo Jiecord.)
In our last we treated of those
needs which we believe ought to be
supplied by the general government,
as soon as practicable. We now
Icome to speak of one or two things
that we ought to supply ourselves.
The landing ot twenty or more tour
ists at one time on our wharf, last
Sunday morning, shows the great
want that now exists in our town, of
& place where such parties can be
accommodated, and cared for. Our
townsmen, however, rose to the occa
sion, and our visitors had no reason
to complain of the way they were
treated, nor did they; but on
the other hand expressed themselves
with thaukfulness as to tue Kindness
of the Ililo people. But as much
as our people may desire to have our
visitors, leave Ililo with only the
most favorable opinions of the place
it cannot be expected that they can
forever open their doors for their
accommodation. In order to induce
tourists to visit us we must be pre
pared to give them suitable Hotel
, accommodations, the accommodation
must preeede the travel. If Ililo ever
expects to induce tourists to visit
here. Jit must forthwith furnish
proper accommodations lor inem.
Travellers always ask first, can we
be accommodated there? There is
no reason why some of our many
large hquses, now standing empty,
should not be used as a hotel. All
it needs, is for some one to cake hold
of tho matter in earnest aud put it
through, Can noiono be nduced to
give it a trial?
Again Ililo needs a tow?) hall,
which could also accommodate our
public library, in connection with a
reading mom. If we had town hall,
thcie is but little doubt, hut that we
would ofleuer have public entertaiu
mcn.s, than we now do. It has been
suggested t)mt the Ililo public pur
chase the Mill's lot on the corner of
Church and Volcano streets for that
purpose. It could probably be got
from the heirs, for a reasonable
figure, and would make n good site
for such a building, Of course at
present the community could nop
erect a building, such as we need,
but by commencing now, and
working the thing up, it
would not be a great while be
fore we could commence on it. If
we had a good reading room, with
all the latest papers and magazines
on its tahes a large proportion of
nir townspeople -;p have not many
pUct's to go would spenij their even
lufr thorej such a jilace of reoprt
would he of tint grpatubt henef)t to.
our lowii, and un biicIi, nitht to be
looked into, nud atopy taken to
blurt it. There aro many other
things that we would like to bring to
p)p attention of the Ililo public, but
tlio abovp we think are enough for
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iiA.i'LY' ismiL'ET'rff- lKxm-w.! i. &., ftta'Rorr a?, iee&
THK I1II.0 UKCORD.
The Honomu plantation has been
forced to shut down for a wei k, for
the want of water, and the Ilnkidau
plantation was only grinding at one
of their mills for ihc same, reason.
On Sunday, the 17th inst., Mr.
Nnpler of Waiakea, fell from his
horse and was considerably hurt
about the shoulders and feet. The
accident happened while he was try
ing to get off his horse while he was
u motion. His coat caught and Mr
Napier was thrown violently to the
Mr. D. II. Hitchcock raised a hog
which on being diessed weighed iVM
The following bids for repairs and
painting the Court-house have been
accepted: Repairs, Mr. Vametla.
SI In; Painting, Evnliko, $220.
The Government has refused to
let, the prisoners work on the Vol
Fires have been raging all over
the country during the week ending
March 20th. On the 20th the cin
ders from fires burning in Puna, fell
all over Ililo. The fire on Mauua
kea mentioned some weeks ago, is
still burning and destroying much
From Kona if is learned that the
Deputy Sheriff, with one or two
men, made a descent on a house
there, where a leper lived. He met
them with fire-arms and tried to
shoot the Deputy, but the ball miss
ed him and he made a rush and
caught the man before he could lire
again. They found his house a
perfect arsenal. '1 he leper was put
in irons and is now in the leper
house in Kona, awaiting transporta
tion to Honolulu. His friends are
very violent and openly threaten the
Deputy Sheriffs life.
A little German girl at the Pua
kea ranch, being chased by a vicious
cow, fell over a rock and broke her
jaw, and had several teeth knocked
out. She escaped from the cow
a bom i:onm:itr.
On Thursday i veiling, March 21,
between 10 and 12 o'clock, the of
fice of the Ililo .Sugar Compan' at
Wainaku, was entered through one
of the window by two men, who
rolled the small safe containing the
money used for paying off the plan
tation hands, out of doors and tum
bling it down the gulch, Ilamakua
side of the office. At the bottom it
was broken open and the money it
contained, about S'.IOO. was taken.
The papers in the safe were left.
Suspicion pointed towards a Fiji liv
ing at Pepeek(o. and on being ar
rested confessed to thu burglary.
The gold 210 was found on his
person ; the silver 6050.39, he hid
in the Honolii gulch. On his way
in from Pepeekeo he pointed out the
exact spot where the money was hid.
It was found and brought to town
with the prisouer.
Evcry man is the architect of hir
own fortune. Aud it's lucky fos
most of us that there's no building
Wife (reading morning paper)
"Why, the Mormons actually still
claim the tight of having two, three
and sometimes four wives at once.
Husband Why, at that rate, how
can a man ever hope to be a widow
Thursday Evening, Marck 28th,
At ":::o o'clock,
At the Alloa slull, assistr-d by
Mr. J. K. Howler.
3Ism K. .1. Xolte.
JIphmi-'m. II. IlerKi'r,
Til. Heliiiil.ll, unit
"jcioiinrrfti. s i .ot).
To be had of Ihe Comniitlue:
USr Abo, Tliurciliiy uvening al Ihr
Hall. 'JOS 2t
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
Vflt. F. YVIMIKL.M, ot Wnimea,
1Y.1 Iwuitil, Imviiii in.'.de uu iist-ign.
uiiait to ihe unduri-igiicd tor ihu liuncllt
of his urnlltnra, all ierHoiis having any
elniins ;igiiiift faid F. Wilhulm aie
hereby luijuestcd in incs-eiil ihe S'iniu in
thu uti'lci.-dgued at ihu olllcuul II, ll.iok
feld A Co. within ihiee uionlhh trom
date, mui all iii'Imiiis indebted to raid
P. Williclm are r. rpicsted to make iin.
incdiuic pujiiii'iit to air. W. D. Schmidt
at VaitnuH. ni to
J. F. HAOKFKLI),
AmiIuiicc of F. Wilhulm.
Honolulu, Mutch 2.r., 18SU. -;07 7t
rno ihe CrnlltorH
JL binkrupi, of
of Q. I). Fri'.ih,
That thu iiiiilerdlgiied, Assignee of the
Esiale of 0. I). Freuth, lnuikriiil, of
Honolulu, Onhu, has preparatory to
h'i- linal iieeoimt and divldctid, tuli
mi tt i tl his accoiiui as Mich Assignee and
fh'et the tame bef.ru Hon A. F. ludd,
Chief .Insth'u of the Suprenlu Court, at
lit- riiiinilicrf, to whom hr will at 10
o'ljnnk a m on SATURDAY, tin. ROlh
of li.rclj, ItibO, iiiplv for a tuiilemi'iii
,f Hid iicp fiini and (ni a di charge
l' III nil li'tl'Min in inuih Aesg)4tu, and
tin' mi order It- make n tlual dividim 1.
And that ii im pcihoii inteieMid may
Iheu and thiii'e anpear and eontet the
Maine. CHAS. L. CARTER,
Amir nee Euale O. D, Fieelh
Honolulu, March '20, 1880. 202 4t
Auction Salo bj Jimcs F, Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
On Thursday March 23
AT 10 O'CLOCK . .11 .
At the I'lemUes, Unliiii Ueet, uii mu
the IVslii.'ii Istnnlis, I will lull at Public
The Entire Househ'd Furniture
Large Center k Ma Bis,
,):ipatieu Inlaid T-ilile,
Decorated Hunting Lumps,
S13A.LSSKIX UOG I
Vienna Cniu'Scat Chair,
Luce Curtnltir, Picture.,
lc:ornt:cl .luiium-nci Viihch !
Ilcdstc.ads nuil Mnttra-i-es,
Upholstered Loungo & Tables,
Refrigerator, Mem Safe,
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
Etc., Etc., E'v.
t5J"l'remin 0M'n for In'iieeiion on
WYdwf'ltiN, Mitch 'J7l!i, lr..m '. a. m. to
a t. M.
JAS. F. lUOKflAX,
aiku" Stock !
On PoOfiday, Ap.ti Is!. 1889,
At the niiiilluii in- in ol .hum's V
Morgan, the utxli t'lrtu tl ".ill ht'l1 lit
imcMim l,y onii'i nl tin Supreme t'oiut
in the inift.T ut ChsiIi .v ivi-e v-
W. O, S-m-'It. A-.im ( ol V. CoK,
Ten (ISO) Shares,
Of the Capital Stock of tlio Haiku
Of the p:ir value nl it'll rfli-li. luunbrrcil
finni-t!'! u -14" Ij'i i i:n 'u-ive. Snitl
Miuuvs win- iii-siunci! to f.'n-tlr: & Co'iUe
a en I In tern I s-eriliiH ip 11 ceitulu nolrs
of the I'arille iSuviiriitioa t!o , and are
now told upon iluluult in payment
Diitocl Honolulu. 31 rch 23, lSSd.
CAmTIjE & COOKE.
Wm. . Oastlk, .Mi-niey.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
204 td Auctioneer.
Lease t Residence
On "WedneBday, April 3rd,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At the nsidunco of Mrs G II. Luce,
Punchbowl btrcel, 1 will sell at Public
'The Lease of said Residence!
Ify.viug 4.. yens te tun, with privilege
of :i year- extcnM'iii lit n nunuhly 1 ratal
of $.'.0. !;o at the Mime time and place
1 will sell the
Entire Household Furniture !
Large Center aud Sofa Rugs,
Large Kui Crnlei Tib e,
Cuini'Mi Inlaid Cent r Table,
Upliol. Easy Chairs a Solas,
Ebony Chaire, Wiekur Easy Chairs,
Mtirbletop T.ibles, Picturrs,
1 Opi'ig-lit; Piano,
(Riidnll Cmie A Uo. mnkern);
Decnrnicd N.ui", Koa Book Shelves,
Large Koa Bonk ti.mc,
B. W. Marbletop Bedroom Set,
Spring and flair Mattrasses,
1 Lurgu Rras Bedstead,
1 Large Wardrobe,
Dressing Tables, Bureaus,
1 Colored Mniblutop Washstand,
1 Large Koa Olllre Table & Dublc,
OOaived Dining Clmirs.
1 B. W, PcdPRtal Ex. Dining Table,
Crockery, Ghibs and Plated Ware,
i "Model Cook" Range and Utensils,
Meat Safe. Kef rl iterator.
Garden Stands, Lari;e Ferns,
tSTPrciuises will bo open for inspec
tion on Tuesday, April 2nd, from 9 a. m.
to :t p. m.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
A SPECIAL incuiliig of the stock.
holilriE of the People Ice it Refri
gerator Co, will be held on FRIDAY,
March ailih, mi, al 1 o'clock' v. u. at
the Company' oIHrc.
W. E. FOSTER,
207 td .SiciHUry P. 1. & R. Co.
rpiIE annual meeting of the Hawaiian
JH Jockey Club will be held on
MONDAY, April 1st, at 7:30 o'clock
I', m., ut thu Hnwitlian Hotel, Evpry
mumljer is requested to he picsentas
biisiuthS ot iippnrtiuire has to ln con.
sideied, C, 0. BURGER,
g'-W t'l Secretary.
A Lb peisons luving claims against
W. L. Vrulcnburg will please
present them to Chailes Crelghton on or
before .lime :10, 18b0. 108 1m
LOST from thu Thomas
Place, Plikol Btreet,
on Friday inoruing,
March viid, at & o'clock
Onu Dark Horse, marked with thistle
brand on hip, has right forward foot
wl'ite, Jpnir mil. nhuciry muiic and fore.
jock. Return to liiug uros,
, . .-.- ..
street, or the TJiomau Thee.
iJfcy ffJiffnl T' -Hr
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
Ilv oriliT of the hMCutoM ol the Will
of lluv. 1). Uuldwln, deceased, I will Kfll
ni l'liblie Auction, ut niy Salesroom,
Queen M reel, Honolulu,
On MONDAY, April 1st, 1889,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX.
Tl a following Fine Property, to wit:
Projerly in Maine, Had:
1 I'lihuluanuuiaiui, a small lot on
the uailiore near thu old l)r Dow pre.
mines, wllh buildings thereon used na
a fish murkct and now drawing an an
mini rent of 40. An.-n 32 rods.
2 fioiiiisei culled Hnleil, line canu
hind aud now most I planted; urea II 115
acres, to be sold in 8 lols an follows:
(t): 1H1.1U00 ol tin acre, whereon
Htands a Uilm-hu restaurant, routed at
$72 per annum
('J;: 0!4-M)00 of an acre, covered with
(II): 'J. 31 acres of the best cane land
In L'lhtUnu, now planted.
3 A lot known m thu Chnpln Lot,
good canu laml. 4mi lutill of an acre.
4 Several lot-, In Moulii, Lnhnlnn:
Lot 1 ;W.lO acres on the scaheaeh,
Iijib on it a encomia! giovo.
Lot 2, !t, 4, 5, 0 nud 7 containing an
iuc:t of 17.18 ncrcH, best cane laud, now
5 Opiiculrt. a tine lot of eiuie land,
now pl.uihd, .ib ut nine-.
CSTTlii' luiiu gioiMiiji on the fore
going pieiniM'H, belong!, to thu Luhaitm
nugiu .Mill unit is not lo be t-"lri with
64 Shiici in Ihn Mahinuhhia and
Kiilinni Mui Laud; Ihc whole land con
tain 2G7fi tie; es. K'ich share represents
ai.aa aciw, ltoyal I'll fin 1 If 0.
7 13 .-har or met est in Moomuku,
Uonokawai, Mini, formerly owned by
L. Hauletca, u lare,c Ahupuaa.
Uouolulu, March ll), 18!.
II. 1 BALDWIN,
W. W. HALL aud
D 1). BALDWIN,
Executors Will ot Kev I). Uu.'dwin.
Then; will also be sold at the bamo time
and plnee, a lot of
13.23 Acres of Fine Cane Land
In Kuiinapali, near Lahnina,
Being the bame moiu particularly set
forth in Iloiil Patent 45H7, Laud Com
liii'Hiim A waul 3025 G. to Apolo.
BaiyFuriher particulars can be had of
Wni R, (iihtle.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
'"J'MIE partncrshli) herutofoie exiftinq
JL between M. N. Sunders and P. I.
Cutter under the name of Sander's Ex
presb Co has bton dissolved. The busi
ucis will bu carried on by M. N. Sanders
as heretofore. P. 1. Cutter is not autho
rized to collect any monies due the Arm,
either on the express business or for the
cartage of rubbish.
200 1m M. N. SANDERS.
Removal of Barber Shop.
MP. .FARDIM has removed his
'.hup I rum ICiuir street to McCar
thy's. Billinrd Parlois, Port street, where
lie is pn-i nr.-d lo serve with Ihc best
cure and hciUucsh the avocation of his
int. Solicit the kind patronage of all.
WILL post up books (daily), make
up accounts and quarterly bills
for such parties as do not keep regular
bookkeepers. Also, .attend to '.all other
olUcc business. Communications left nt
the offlco of Messrs. J. V. Colburn & Co.,
or P. 0.,Box 420, will meet with prompt
attention. 204 4t
San Piiakcihco, Oau, 1
February 1!), 18b0. J
WE herewith certify that Mebsrs.
Dodd fc Miller are our duly an.
thorlzrd and ouly agents for the Ha
waiian Islands for the sale of our Lager
Ucer in kegs.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
100 tf John H. Wi eland Bros.
E. RItOWN & CO., Propiietors
Tahiti Lemonade Works, desire
to inform cuMnmcrs, both at Honolulu
and neighboring Islands, that all empty
bottle mint bu returned before oideru
for further bupnlies will be executed.
203 1w-80 2t
Two Valuable Lots,
Situate on Kulaokahua Plains to
jLot No. 107 o GoTiirnmcut map
of Knlaokiihiia Pltiins, with cottnfiO nnd
oiii.bulldlnii, Hhade and choice fruit
trees. This lot has a frontage of 101. 't
feet on Berctnniu titrcut and depth of
14H.4 feet, Oottajie now occupied by
Mr. D. Lyons.
flt No. 84 on mid map with house
and ouUmildingH and flno fruit and
ahudo trees This lot fronts on Youni;
street 101.0 feet .and has a doptfi
ofl-18, feet and adjoitiliij lot 107 at
These lota adjoin ilnt valuable pro
perty owned nii( occupied by Mr. W.
Maertens, and a, the pipjierty of Mrsi
JSTThoy will bo fold either in parcels
or as a whole. I'or further information
apply to Wm, O. SMITH,
'M tf Attorney for Nancy Wirt,
m Estate !
-&m..mm .-. 'tiaSttoi .--at . t.. i.- j.u..i it- aj . i. u ; MtePAJsmyLL,JiU.xm (.
B. I. EHLEBS
HAVING TAKKN STOCK A2iD AKE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
-SPECIAL 1JARGA1NS OF-
Remnants in All
Just Received a
-WE WILL SELL
Our $2.50 ParaBols for $1.2fl.
Our $3.50 Parasols lor S2.00.
Our 84.50 Parasols for S2.75.
Our $5.50 Parasols for $3.30.
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUR, TIME TO I'URCIIASE
Prices we prates
. FORT SssXItiaiCT, HOAOLULU.
C BARGAINS -t -New Lino of - BARGAINS
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
SHELF-HAM ARE, PLOWS k Wi SEKCHA1ISE.
NoveltieH nad JPtumy GoodK, In JL.i-r Vax-ioty.
A NICE -(.loomed Cottage
on Punchbowl s-trcet
near the Mormon Church, a
line health locality, quiet neighborhood.
Inquire of A. VOGEL,
JS'i tf At Ed. Hoffcohlaegrr & Co.'s.
ROOMS TO LET
ed Rooms. Hoard if re.
quired. Apply at "Chamber.
lain Hoube," King slrect, opposite Ka
waiahao Bemlnary. 184 tf
rPHE House and Lot belong.
JL inir to Thos. Itcwcnstle.
i situated on Kinau street, be
tween Alapai and Knplnlani street", and
aUo tho Cows, agniH and other pro.
perty belonglne-jUil!', Renpastlew Ap
ply to Pn'uoa Ranch. Boll Tulophono
3W. 202 lw
Cnrrisigo For Sale Choup.
1EV Cutundcr Car.
rlape just fluUhed
and liiindsomely trinimed
in first clasx iyle mutt he Immediately
sold to close an assignment, can he seen
atW. H. Page's cirrlago nvmufactury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAII BUSINESS AGENCY.
COPIES of the Hawaiian Directory
for 1888-0 iccitly published by
the McKcnney Directory Co. for salo.
Pi ice $3 CO. '
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage For Suje CUunp.
-j .STORY Cottage, nrarly
X now, contuiniiiK parlor,
dining-room, 4 bedrooms, kit
chen, bathroom and water-closet, veran
das, stable, wagon-shed, chicken bouse
and yard, flower gHrijcn, etc. Lot 05x
100 Jeet, and leased lot adjoining 75x7.1
feet. Situate at Kupiilaina, mattka aide
of King street. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY.
Furnished Lodging House,
LONG established In a de.
nil n hi n locality in Hono
lulu, with unexpired lease of
ty& years, at low rental is oll'ered, (on
a,ccpus.t of ill-health), without honus, to
party buyluir thu fuplturu at a fair
valuation. 'I hero uie'Dil rooms on the
promises well furnished, yielding a
handsome luveuuu. Apply ut,
HAWAIIAN BUSINESSj AGENOY.
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
FOIl ONE WEEK-
for Die Ml Only !
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Lcacliim- Millinciv House.
yJBy L Ua
AR. ROWAT, Veterinary Surgeon,
ollico and pharmacy at Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, corner Hotel and Richard
streots. Scientific treatment in all dii
eases of domestic animals Orders for
plantation and ranch stock promptly
attended to. Mutual Telephone 354.
P. O Uox326. mh.18-8!
Club House Dins Room
Having secured tho services of a.
First Clans Cook
Anil made many otlier changw fa the
nianngement wo aro now pre-
parid to put up tho
Best Bill of. Jara in Honolnln.
"l" " 108 3ro
Real Balbriggan Hosiery!
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hosiery exported from Balbriggan,
Ireland,, by Smylh & Co. (Vi), has this
Trade Mark on each article.
By an Act of Parliament lately-passed -it
is made a felony to usu the -word Hal.
briggan on goodR not manufactured
there, either by stamping on goods,
wrapper, label or ticket, unless the
nlacu where manufactured is also stated
In equally large letters as the word
SMYTH & CO. (L'd),
Tho Original Ualhrlxgnn Honors,
Per V. 0. SproiiII.
I lmve now on hand a Large Aiiort.
.In all colow and styles,"
Specially madu to ray order and pattern.
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