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THU11SDAY, AiAKUIl '28, 1889.
A SLIQIITED STREET.
Several persons residing on or
near fieretneia street, to the east of
Punchbowl street, have, nt iltfferent
times, complaint'd that that street
lias been slighted in the oxpetnlituti
of monies voted for toad work Al
most nothing has been done in the
way of making or impairing tliut sec
tion of IJeretunisi Mieet during the
past, ciirlit' Of ten .yeais. Why so?
Certainly not because it is or lias
been in v utmil :t rnmlition as to be
beyond Heed, l'oitioim of it are
and have liei-it Imdly out of repair.
Nor uuii il lie lieoau-e that thorough
fare if. but little used, for it is one
of the tno,t travelled roadways in
Honolulu. Really, it is high time
that a little of the public funds
found its way theie.
"THE HILO PETTICOAT BRIGADE."
Knnoi: Buli.uiin: The long ex
pected Reform lias come at last,
and nickeling Indies of our capital
have accomplished i.
The Ililo hoys are now smaking
their li- , f-p,cially tho-e, who an
ticip itnvg s fi'dy promotion to fat
govt in ti.-nl t'litli'..-.. shouldered a
rille diiiiiiu tin la-l terrible war.
Poor nn mis! they should have
ilouued, petticoats, as we now have
Sheiill'o deputy, and Sheriff's clerk
on the stall ; sporting holokus and
gaiters. Hurrah for lteform Alas
for I.i'ap Year. Yours truly,
ICniTou Ik'Li.KTi.v : I would like
through the coluinnb of your paper
to call the attention of tne Minister
of Interior and the proper authori
ties, to the neglecj- to which the re
sidenti of the plains are subjected
in the matter of water supply.
We being cut oft from the Nnti
anu system have water about two
hours in tuentv-four and very little
then, and one lesidcnt has inform
ed me that he has not had water on
his place for over twenty-tour, while
another of 1113' neighbors would not
have had any ior three days but for
the assistance of still another neigh
bor who attached his hose to supply
him. Now I consider this a crying
shame, and in view of the fact that
we pay our rates and in advance
too, that we are certainly entitled to
tlii utmost endeavors of the autho
rities. Admitting the di ought, danger of
lire, etc., the standing excuses for
cutting us off the Nuuanti system
still considering the blare of trum
pets when the pumping the other
night was successful, would it not
be advisable to perseveie in well
doing, talk an 1 I, .-my are all right,
but let us h 1 ..1 tion before the in
jury is irrcp.11 able. Taxpaykii.
THE SPARROW NUISANCE.
Ewtok Bulletin : It is .certain
ly desirable to have the scenery of
any country enlivened by the pres
ence of birds especially those hav
ing rich plumage or gifted with the
power of song. Honolulu and its
environs have, however, been un
fortunate in the choice of selection ;
as mynahs and sparrows are the
most destructive of the feathered
race, without any counterbalancing
good quality. The sparrows are
now becoming so numerous that it
is diflicult to preserve young plants
from their ravages ; and seed-beds,
without continued watching, are
often destroyed by those strong-billed
If it is intended that Oahn shall
ever become a horticultural island,-'
the time has arnyeu for the whole
sale destruction of those seed-eating
and bud-nipping chirpcrs. The
mynahs have been useful in the des
truction'of caterpillars and other
harmful insects ; but no such good
olllce has been performed by the
sparrow, which confines its appetite
to vegetation. In North America
and other countries where sparrows
usually called English sparrows
have been introduced, the people
have suffcied so severely that ordi
nances in the various towns have
been passed for the extinction of
these birds, anil nooner or later a
similar feeling must follow on these
islands. These" blrdsi are multiply
ing fast, and should it be concluded
to destroy them,, her? would bo a
great saving by beginning the work
of destiuction now, Thero would
be no occasion to uu lire arms, as
traps and poisonccl.secds are much
more effective ; but, if the evil be
allowed tospread and increase, the
task will Be let, easy-nnd more ex
pensive. In inti.y ( counties ,tuo
wkyluilis, linut'U, (Inches, and other
song birds of Kuropp have been in
troduced with liiuch addition to the
pleasures ol nialfe Injt sparrows
ar a curfo wherever found, and arc
only equalled by wild-rabbits and
Joeusta. Those mynahs and spar
rows have alrcudyltilled off onriude
fiiarco the native birds; and beforo
falcylurks and linnets could have a
show here, bi"r diminutive prede
cibsoru imist'be made to go the. way
of all flesh. , , Calathumpja.
CRUELTY TO. A HORSE,
Emiou Bulletin : In a house
lot on Koretania street opposite
Thomas Square is i had ease of
cruelty to animals. Confined them
is a poor horse, a mere bag of bones,
giving a passer-by the impiession
that it is rarely fed. The proper
authorities ought to look into the
matter. A Passwmiy.
A FRIEND OF THE OPPRESSED.
Enrroit BctLvriN : -Aa a friend
of the "Greek" upon whose un
offending head a morning paper's
poetic wrath ha- bu-fi pinur-d, and
as a citizen ol Honolulu, and a
voider of the ncvspnpeis I v. mild
like to suggest that the morning pa
per, would do well to impoit some
young blood, even of Grecian ex
it action to resuscitate its fading
vitalities. Such importation, be
sides clearing the cobwebs from off
a musty medical brain, would ren
der unnecessary the profutc use of
San Francisco stereotype.
THE QHOsToFHOLY MOSES, M.D.
Editor Bt't.i.KTix: Kahuna La
pauu treats us to his puerile views
in your issue of the i)th. His learn
ed style gives me the impression
that he Is a sufferer from "Stopped
Passport Fever," haviimhceu caught
sneaking out of the country, leaving
an unpaid bill due some "foreign
It is highly edifying to me, a
"foreign quack," to have, one of
the exponents of the assiniuc, por
cine, and gallinaceous school frank
ly state, that the Hawaiian race is
rapidly djing out, owing to the skill
of kahuna, backed up by Kahuna
Lapaau and company ; and his mag
nanimity is truly refreshing when
he (Kahuna Lapaau) further clearly
proves, that the Ilawaiinns have no
confidence in the foreign quacks, do
not employ them, thereby relieving
us fioin all responsibility in the
matter. Now, Kahuna Lapaau, j-ott
seem to insinuate that the Anglo
Saxon race, etc., will soon succumb,
because they employ foreign
quacks. Nous verrons your state
must be highly critical, Kahuna
Lapaau, and I urge you, and others
of your kin (samples of brown and
white are to be found on all the
islands) to give my prescriptions a
trial without delay, 1113 skill is well
known, my olllce is on Molcu Pa
papa, Talc-phone Hi), in one of my
eyes is a green spot. Your condi
tion, Kahuna Lapaau, may be one
of black bile, celly wobbles, stop
ped passport fever, ingrowing toe
nail, wind on the brain, or perhaps
you arc a candidate for the presi
dency of the kahuna hoard ; in this
latter case adopt remedy (five)
without delay, as you are in a hope
less and incurable condition.
First, bathe in the stream of
civilization, use cuticura soap.
Second, bathe in a taro patch at
midnight, the more mud and mos
quitoes the better. The mosquito
eases the pain in the toe.
Third, procure a bundle of awa,
then telephone to the insane asylum
for a padded room.
Fourth, wind on the brain may be
your trouble (it is too dry in town
now to have water on the brain) ;
this is a bad disease far the sufferer,
but harmless to the community.
Remedy: procure a trombone, and
a white rooster, seek the captain oi
theEleu, stand ten yards oft to pie
vent left banders, blow the trom
bone hard until you blow the cap
tain away ; if no relief , apply a squid
to the nape of your neck ; no relief,
read Board of Genealogy reports
witli piggy, the bone detective.
Filth, carefully read the diseases
before enumerated ; this remedy is
called "pick me up," or "pick up
the pieces." Procure giant powder,
the more the better, seek the water
side, quickly dun Adam's dress suit,
look out for my ghost, fish, dead
cats, dead marines, light the fuse,
and hold it fast ; for life is cheap in
Hawaii nei ; relief soon comes. I
purloined this never failing remedy
from the Hawaiian pharmacopoeia.
Holy Moses, M. D.
The Faculty, Ocean Island.
ANOTHER WOMAN'S VIEWS
Kmtou Buli.ltin: As your cor
respondent of Tuesday evening, I
think as a very much married woman
also, I hare as much right as she to in
llict my views upon the public.
How she became a much-married
woman I don't know, but I feel cer
tain that, my right to the title is be
yond dispute. In my short life it
has been my duty to stand at the
budslde ot three depaitiug husbands
and place litem peacefully sleeping
beneath the sod. If God grants
me life I intend again officiating as
a bride next May. Whctherit will he
iny mournful duty to sootho a fourth
into eternity, remains to be seen.
Now, I do not agree witli your cor
respondpnt that marriage is a fail
ure; ljut 011 the contrary, 1 look
upon it aa one of the most blessed
of all the conditions wo are allowed
to assume. I make this statement
from experience. To a woman who
is a true woman, and marries the
man of her choice, the marital state
js one of unalloyed happiness. What
is more in keeping with the idea of
human bliss than the cheery fireside,
hallowed by a mutual love? I don't
think your coi respondent has any
personal knowledge of such a scene.
Of course there are some to whom
the man luge state has not been con
ducive of happiness, hut as the
weight of the renponsibility lies
evenly upon tho shoulders of both
the men and women, as little said
on the subject the better. When
men foiget their duties as husbands,
thoy are no more to bo blamed than
the women who wilfully overstep the
boundH of their proper station. A
little disappointment on the part of
several women can hardly be a fair
test to condemn the whole bystem
To me marriage has been any
thing but 11 failure. Three- times
have I tried it and I think with flat
teiing success. Now my first left a
life insurance stitllciently largo to
make 1113 heart rejoice, in spite my
giiel. .My second's estate placed
me in circumstances easy enough
to render widowhood comfortable,
whilst that of my third placed mo so
far above want, that I am really
considered interesting. The fourth
venture will bo a poor man, whose
oiilysuppmt is his salary. Now I
can place turn in such a position
to gain iiilluence and importance.
Now really I do not consider mar
riage 11 failure, and I am a muchly
mariicd woman. Mairiagc is a fail
ure to the thoughtless and giddy,
who for the sake of entering the
bonds grab the litst offer that comes
al(iug,or to those who by their own
conduct make it so. To pure, sen
sible women marriage is a blessing
doubly blessed. A Woman.
Kuitoi: HtiLLCTix: As editors are
said to be posted on all public, and
nearly all private matters, be so
kind as to enlighten us on the fol
1st. When sick or disabled men
are discharged from American whal
ing vessels at this port, are o.iptains
compelled to leave any amount of
money in the hands ot the Consul,
and, if so, how much?
2d. If money be so left, what
portion of it, if any, is handed over
to the discharged seamen on their
leaving here for the neatest Ameri
can poit, or on signing clear of the
Consulate, and taking up their resi
dence in Hawaii?
fid. AtC'Consular men" compelled
under ordinary circumstances to
work their passage to an American
4th. Can the Consul send a'pen
niless or destitute teamen to, say, San
Fraucisco, to land theie as a pauper
so to speak ?
Skvkkai. V.'halixg Mkx.
Below we present the following
answers to the above queries:
1st. $15 is let t in the hands of
the C'ousul. When that amount Is
exhausted the V. S. Government
pays the rest no matter how much.
As an illustration, a sick whaling
man was discharged at this port, the
captain leaving the 315. Before the
man got well the Government ex
pended S7G7 in addition to the $15.
2d. The money is left at the Con
sulate, and as far as it. goes, is ex
pended before the man is sent to the
Coast. Any balance is paid to the
man. Any expense beyond, is paid
by the Government, and also the
man's passage to the Coat.
3d. If they are able, yes, if sick,
1 th. Yes. When he gets there
he can make application to the hos
pital. When sent away S15 is given
the captain for bis passage and
For general information it may be
stated that the money paid on this
account does not come out of the U.
S. Treasury. A long time ago the
U. S. sailors statted a relief fund
which at the present time amounts
to 815,000,000. and it is out of this
fund that these amounts are paid.
The fund is so large that the U. S.
Government has quit charging the
Not Impossible "Speak French?
Well, I guess I do. Do you sup
pose I lived in Paiis live years for
nothing?" "I didn't know. Judg
ing from the way you live with your
wife's father here, I didn't know
but what you did live in Pnris live
years for nothing."
Waiting for His l'arcel Dry
goods Dealer (politely, to customer
who has made a purchase) Won't
j'oti sit down, sir, while waiting for
your package? Customer Well, I
have been sitting down more or less.
Haven't you got a bed handy so
that I can lie down?
Thursday Evening, March 28tli,
At 7 till) o'clock,
At the A i ion Mall, us listed by
3Ir. J. J". Ilovr'ei-.
MUh K. J Nolle.
.UfMHi'M. II. Ui'raei;
Th. Si'liuililt, unU
To ie hiid of the Committed;
lto, Tluireilny evening
A WEI.I..UHOKEN, lstnlhw
t .Mule, mid ft Selu of Har.
tifsc. Apply to
Cor. Queen & Punchbowl streets.
wmj&, -m .j mmolx aa, meo.
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
Regular jlasli Sale !
On FRIDAY, March 20th,
AT JO O'CI.Otltl A. 31.,
At iny Hiilr-stoum, (Jiti en elrctt, I will
null 111 Pin lie Aucllon,
Dry Goods I Clothing !
Mnrdwuiu, Gp ckfry,
Household Furniture. Aleo,
KM Large drnnitc Curbstones
EO Assorted CUiinltu Posts
si)0 tJriitill" Paving Hlrr.k.
Anil bv fir.lni of the Adminlstrnlor of
the RMnte of Kugcn Ailoll Znetl, dee'd,
1 Hall Typewriter,
1 Trunk. 1 Hutohel, Clmhlnij,
English, French & Itiilinn Hooks,
1 Iti'volvvr, 1
AVuteli, &.. &c.
And at t? n'rloi-k norii,
IJo.it I .middle,
ne Sloop Yacht 1
With S.dls, Ktr, complete.
JAS. F. MOJtGAX,
A SPECIAL iiieutini; ot the mock
luilili'iti of die I Vuplc Iff it Hi'lrl
eriat'ir l'o. will lie hcli on I'M I) Y,
M.iifli S!) Ii, 1M9, n I o'eloeh v. m. at
till' ' Ollipitlti'u (jflloe.
W. K. FOSTER,
ii07t(i S5'rrei..rj 1". 1. & H. Co.
ANN UAL M V. KT1NG .
HP1IE niiiiitiil iii' .np of the lliiwnlinii
X .lor: i i v lull will : i I i.n
MONDAY, 'i; ' - at 7;:i ..'rlr.fk
l. m., ul i; f i1wmi:iii II tvj . Kvi-rj
number t-; rrMtieitr". in he vifutit .
hlltlm hi tif iliipiir tin e i:, ii ''en) .
i-lrlerel. O. O. HKKGriJ,
'ii til SecietiTy.
A IjI. riinoi'r
el litii-i ii:Minst
11; -ill please
XV . !.. Vi.il. (.In
I ii livii t I In m i i limit s ' ifiirijiui) on i
ticlor. ,luiif."0, lbM). lll'i lm
Los r fiom the Thomas
I'lm'i', l'likot stre. t,
i Fmiuy rnoi i.injr.
'ywvy ilnich 22tnl, at 15 o'clroU
(Jiiu Dm It IlniM', mnrkfil Willi thietle
In, 'iiid un liip, lius rirjit forward loot
v.l'iie, oii mil, sli-tfrej mine und fore
lock. Hcturii tn King Bios, Houd
siiect, or iliu Tin mas PI ice. 20S tf
r",HK p'lrt.ierohlp heretofore exiMiii"
L liciween M. N. Si.niler ami K. 1.
Cutler under tho mime of Sander's Ex
press Cu. has hteii dts.-olveil. Tho liusi.
ness will he. carried on bv JI. N. Smulcru
ns heretofore. F. 1. Cuttei is not audio.
ri7cd to collect any monies ,Juo the tlrm,
either oa the exptes-s business or lor the
eaitiigu of rubliis.il.
200 1m M. X. SANDEKS.
NOTICE to OltEDITOKS.
jlSK. F. WILUEI.M, oi WniintM.
1YI IChimi, hiivinif made un us'igti.
ine.nl tn the utulerfigned lor the huiiutit
of his creditor.', all peiKnns having an
olninis isgiiinM Hiiiil F. Wilhclin are
hereby iuttieeteil to prc-ent the Mine to
the undersigned at ihe ollUoof II. II iclc
fuld & Co. within tlnee month-, from
date, and all permni indebted in '-aid
V. Willielm lire requested lo inuliu im
mediate payment to Mr. W. D. Schmidt
at Wiiimea. or to
.T. F. IIAOICFKLD,
Assignee of F. Willielm.
Honolulu, Mutch Sii, ISifO. -.'07 7i
licmovul of Bairher Shop.
MP. JAUDIM lm removed hi
i-hop Ironi ICiiiL' htiet-l lo McCitr.
tliy'h Billiard l'.irlors, Fort stteet, where
he is ptepiireil to s-ive with the lies'
care ami ur.itnr". the avocation ol In
art. 8 ilifits. the !dr. I p.itt image of all.
San FtiANcibco, Cai.., 1
Fohrnury 11), ltMI.
WE herewith rcttily th.it ilessis
Dodd tfc .Miller arc our dull au
thorized and only iigenis for the' lln.
wuiian Islandb for the fcjln of our Lager
Hear in lien-.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
I DO it John II. ".icnind liioi
JE. 11HOWN & CO., Proprietors
alntl l.iiiiiiiiiidit Workh, dn.in
to infotiu eustonu-r.i, both at ll"iioltiii
and uui(-lilioilti),r Klandif, tliut all empty
bottle-mint tmirlunie.il before oulerii
for fiullier hiipilk'n will hu executed.
atW l 80 at
I m Estate !
Two Valuable Lots,
bituate on Kiilnnkuhua Plains to
JL.OC No. 107 oh Government map
of Kuluoktihitu Plains, with cottago and
oiit.lniililintcH, ulmdu uud choice fruit
tiee9. This lot has a frontai;u ofl01.it
feet on Iieietaniit street anil depth of
1-18.4 feet. Cottage now occupied by
.Mr. I). Lyons.
lnt So. 84 on mid map with house
and uut.bulldingh and II nu fruit find
sliudo tu-iH This lot fronts on Young
stieet 101.(1 feet and has a depth
of 148,4 feet and adjoining lot 107 at
These lots adjoin that valuable pro.
peny owned and occupied by Sir. W.
Al aei tens, aud are the property of Sirs.
BQrThey will be told either in parcels
or as a whole, "or further information
apply to AVm. O. SMITH,
20i tf Attorney for Nancy "Wirt,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
ltv order of the Kxecntors of Ihe Will
of Hov D. D-ildwIn, deceased, I will sell
at Pub'ic Auction, at iny Salesroom,
Queen stteet, Honolulu,
On MONDAY, April 1st, 1889,
AT 1!4 O'CLOCK .VOO.V,
TLc followitig Fine Property , to wit:
PuWff ii LaliaiM, Ini:
1 I'lihuinnntimanu, a small lot on
the K'.'f-horc nuir tho old Ur Dow pre.
wises, with ImllilingH tlictei'U llsid as
a 11-th murltct ml now drawing an un
mini r. lit ol 840. AreiiiU roiU.
2 I'rcinUth uillid llaleti, linn canu
land and now mostly planted; ntcailllB
acres, to be sold in 3 Ioibiis follows:
(I): lilt. 1001) of un nine, whereon
Etiltids a Cliiiii-se rei-tnuriuit, rented at
$72 pei !tiiiniin
'): ti-14. 000 of an acre, covered with
ii Iji e oi-1 trees
(!1): 2.BI acres of the best cane land
i,i Liilnitiri now platittd.
3 A lot known in the (lupin but,
goid cnuo la m 1 401. lul'0 of tin scru.
4 Seernl lots in Moulli, Luhninn;
Lot 1 ;tH-i0 acren uu the sonbeach,
lias on it a coeoitmt i?tove.
Lol'J, SI. I, 0, li and 7 containing an
nrei of i7.1S nerus, best canu land, now
5 Op'ie'uln, a fi' e lot ot cane land,
now planted, ab ul l?.i' iiRtc.
K7'Thc tane gioe. inn on the fore
going pi emUes, belongs to the. Lnlinin
Hupai Mill mill is not to be ild with
niton ii Kiisnaiiiili:
61 bh ires in lln- Muliiuahiua and
Kalinin Mui Lniul; l o wiuile hind eon
talnii 2fi"o ni-ies. lOithsli.ne iepu-eiits
ai.'J'Jiifies, liiixul Pn em i lift.
7 1 20 lm u or iniere.-t in Mtmmukii
llonoliawni, SI mi, Jonneilj owned by
Jj. Uii'ileleu, :i I uirc Ahu uau
IIoioli.lu, Sin i 0, t-S".
II. P. BALDWIN,
W. W. 11 ALL and
D. u. Baldwin,
ExeCtttois Will of Hev D. la ihvin.
T en will alf-o be old at Ihe same time
and place, a lot of
13.23 Acres of Fine Cane Land
In K.iamipili, near Lahninu,
Being tho same more particularly set
foilli in Itojal Palfiil 4b7, Land Com.
nii-sioii AmiikI 302 G to Apolo.
f"Further pa.'tii uliirs can be had of
tn. II. CuhiIc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
aekia Stock !
On Monday, April 1st, 1889,
Al the auction innm of James F
Morgan, the underiimied will bell at
luc'ion by order of the Supieme Cout
in the matter of Castle it Cooke v
W. O. Smith, Assignee of A. F. Cooke,
Ten (lO) Shares,
Of tho Capital Stock of the Haiku
Ol the par value of $100 ench, numbered
fiom -liiti to 4I" boih inclusive. Said
-lmies weie iisiiu'iied to Oa-tle & Co ike
itacolliiter.il el urity upon ccititin nolei
nf the 1'aeillt! Navigntion Co, and an
now told upon default in payment
Dated Honolulu, M reh 22, 1810.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Wm. It. Ca&ti.I'., AtiHiney.
Wednesday, April 3rd,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At tho ri'fddencn of Mrs. G. II. Luce,
Punchbowl bluet, 1 will sell at Public
The Lease of said Residence!
Having 4 years tn run, with privilege
of h yeari. cxtensi n nt a monthly rentid
ol -'i0. Also at the sumo time and place
1 u ill tell the
Entire Household Furniture !
Large Center and Sofa Rngs,
Largo Kn. Center Tub'e,
Chineco InUld Center Table,
Uphol. Easy CluiiiH a SoftiB,
Ebonv OnnirK, Wicker Kasy Chairs,
llarbletop Tallies, Pictures,
(Rudull Carte A Co. mnlcer.) j
Decorated Vnnep, Koa IJnok Shelves,
Large Koa Hook Case,
B. W. (Vlarbletop Bedroom Set,
Bpilng and Hair Mattrauses,
1 Luge Uras Oedsietid,
1 Large Wnrdiobu,
Dressing Tables, Bureaus,
lColi.ttil Muibielop Washktitnd,
1 Large Kon Olliro Table & Desk,
1 Cai'ved Sidebourd,
0 Carved Dining Chairs.
1 JJ. W. Pedestal Ex. Dining Table,
Crockery, Glass mnl Plated Ware,
"Model Cook" RaDge and Uteusils,
Meat Safe, Ucfrigeiator,
Garden ritands, Lurije Ferns,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
BSF'Pfemlses will bo open for Insrec
tion on Tpes lay, April Situ, from 9 a. m.
to il l'. M,
' JAS. P. MORGAN,
207 7t Auctioneer.
B. 1 BHLERS & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AHE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
-SPECIAL BARGAINS OF-
K em n a rats in All
Jtist Reeeived n
-WE WILL SELL
Our S2.CO Parasols for $1.25.
Our $3.50 Parasols for $2.00.
Our $4.50 Parasols for 82.75.
Our $5.50 Parasols for $3.30.
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUIl TIME TO PURCHASE
Prices we g
jTortT? stjr.i3i:'jc, iioinolxjlxj.
C BARGAINS -5 Now Line of BARGAINS -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
Al Lower Prices tban ever before. New invoice of
SHELF-HAEDffAEE, PLOWS k GEFL IBMJHMSE.
NoveltieN mnl Kiiiif' Goods, Ii. Iai-r Vnriniy.
NICK 4. roomed Cotingo
on Punchbowl ..mm
near tlio .Mi imoa linteli, n
fine i.eulth loeulit, qnivi i i'.'b Inn bund.
Inquire of A. VOliEL,
18C tf At Kd. HiillMi'liliiicer A- Co.'s.
ROOMS TO LET
SSffiiWS, I J ...I U.,,.,.... li 1 :..
2ssS& quired. Apply nt "( 'iiumbei.
lain Hoin-e " King
trect, opposltn Ka
jWA rP" House and Lot belong.
ffffijfim i- i"i: to Tltot. Hcwcastle,
S&L-in .iiin.iiH on Kinuu btrcet, be.
tween Alapni und Kupioliini street", and
iiIpo the Cowf, Wuftnus und other pro.
perty belmiKin in llr. Rewciislle. Ap.
p'y to l'uuuu ltanclt. Pell Telephone'
:3 202 lw
Carriage For Sale Ohesip.
NEW Cntunilcr Cnr
linire jut fltiiblted
mid lnuuKoincly ti imincd
in first clas- htylu muni be immcdiittoly
sold to close un assignment, can be seen
nt W. II. Pago'e cirriuge mautifaotuiy,
No. 128 Fort ttreet.
HAWAIIAN DUSINESS AGENCY.
COPIES of tlio lliiwniinn Directory
for 1888-9 recently published by
the McKcnuoy Directory Co, for sale.
Pi ice $3 CO.
IIAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage Tor Sale Cheap.
STOUY Ootlftge, nearly
neiv, eontiiiniiiif purlor.
dlniiig.rnum, i bedrooms, kit,-
elien, batltrooui mid wuter.oloset, ver.tn
tins, stable, wugtip-shcd, chirken house
and yard, llower garden, etc, Lot 0,"x
100 leet, and leased lot udj'iiiilnij 75x7
feet, Bltinite nt Ivapalninu, iiiauku side
of King street. Apply ut
IIAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging House.
LUNG estnbltshcd in n dc
siralilo locality in Ilono
lulu, with unexpired lease of
tyi years nt low rental is offered, (on
account of ill.health), without bonus, to
party buyini: the fuinituro ut a fair
valuation, 'i here are Hi rooms on the
ptemUes well furnished, yielding a
handsome levenuo Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS, AGENOY.
. . - ...
Fresh Lot of
ELACK HOSE !
FOR ONE WEEK-
fir Ocb Mot Only !
CHAS. J. FISIIEL,
Tlio Loadiiifi- millinery House.
Alt. ROW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
ofllee and pharmacy nt Hawaiian
Uolrl -tnbip.s, eoriier Hotel ami Richaid
rtreeti. hcieiititlc ttralniLnt in all (lis.
en-es of di nutio animals Orders for
plantation and inneh Mock promptly
iMtendid to. Mutual Telephone 354,
P. O hoi 32fi. mh.18-89
m House Dining Room
Having secured the services of a
Firnt lnns Cook
And made many other changes in the
management wo are now pre-
pari.il to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolnln,
188 Dm '
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hosiery export" d from Balbrlggan,
Ireland, by Smyth & Co, (I'd), has this
Trade Mark on each article.
By an Act of Parlianunt lately passed
It U made a felony to use the word Bui.
briggun on gooilti not manufactured
there, either hy stamping on goods,
wrapper, label or ticket,- unless the
plncu where mnnufaeiured is also stated
in equally large letters as the word
Uftlbilggun, , '',- I
SMYTH & CO. (LM), !
The Original Ualbrlggau Hosiers,
Per W. 0, Sproull.
I have pow on hand u Large Assort
lu all colors und Htjlos,
Specially 'made to my order and pattern,
I WTrf I
I soi tf w. c. tsmovub.
, .." t ' '-
4j . jjtf&i&iiitd
)M&&t .&" $&