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KKIDAY, MAlvCIl !S, 1S8!.
TOO SMALL CULVERTS.
The "Hilo Record" says, "Most
of our culverts," (Hilo culverts),
"at tbe stieet crossings ure too surall
for our freshets, and it is the Road
Supervisor's intention to enlarge the
same, as fast ns practicable." Ililo
culverts are not tlio only culverts tliat
are too small. Home of the now Hono
lulu citlvcils have the same defect,
which will he seen some time in (he
fuinic, when heavy ruins come. In
these (v limes i.ny uilVcrK or none
dull,' will do. lint Hi prrscnldroiight
will nul liist fur eve.t. All hough we
may have m wmi ;i long time, yet
heavy mini villi conic and big
fresdieW follow, ami any observant
man who has lived live years in
Honolulu can sic that sonic of the
icceully construed"! culverts are
not suilleieutly huce to accommo
date the water of one ol our heavy
fre-hei . It is .i vcrv foolish pio-
CL'cdiii to make culverts large
enoujili only for otdiuury r-iiusithey
should nc adapted l the require
ment nf ibe heaviest floods. Ililo
ii enlaiiiiii!; her culvert-;, and Hono
lulu ni jjni ivain sonieiliinfr from her
Ennou Hi i.i.Kiis: In your paper
of Mar. 21st is another admixture of
a morning's prohibition appetiser
from the pen of .1. If. Horner,
headed "Homesteads." -In one part
appears a sentence which reads
tliusly: "Hum, rot and ruin go to
gether, physically, financially and
morally, and applies to nations as
well as individuals, and when a peo
ple become 'ripe in iniquity they
shall he cut off, saith the Lord.' "
I think any reliable physician in
Honolulu who reads the above
would at once come to the conclu
sion that, the peicon at the lime of
writing the above must have been
under the influence of a very badly
deranged liver and stomach ; there
fore hardly responsible for the act.
Again, he says, ".So when the Mas
ter speaks by His laws or His pro
phets, men and nations should give
heed, and not plan and sustain a
rum license." etc. I am willing to
"ive .Mr. Horner the benelit of the
doubt, and say, that I believe he
was a little oil at the time of writ
ing from some, cause or other, for
he should ceiUiinly have written
something like this: bo when the
M:iblei speaks by His law or His
piophcis, men and nations should
give heed and not plan and sustain
a prohibition policy, for thus saith
the Lord, "take a little wine for thy
stomach's sake, and thine often in
firmities." And again saith the
Lord "give wine unto those that bo
of heavy hcaii. I hem drink and
think of their -i.i ns no more."
Ah, Horn' i . heie N thy consist
ency, if thou m Hiialiau? I think,
Mr. Horner ought to be satisfied
with the unusually large doses of
profanity he has given the public
in his httc writings under the cloak
of prohibition, and change it for a
little of the whining stylo used by
certain wi iters on that worn out
mouldy never to be accomplished
prohibition. Most certainly, that
stamp of man will never accomplish
it, nor help it. There is lo much
of that gall of fanatical bigotry in
his composition and general make
up tor such work. Aloha.
UKI'OIIK HICKKUTOX, .1.
Thursday, March 28th.
J. Lyle vs. I. Reyes. Damages
for 200, Defendautappeal from the
IVilico Court, Honolulu, where judg
ment was icndcied for plaintiff for
Slofj and costs. The Court gave
judgment for plaintiff for SIO and
costs', V. V. Ashford for plaintiff ;
A. Rosa for defendant.
Mr. and Mrs. (Jallugher vs. M.
IJiishnell. Assumpsit lor 870. IX
feudautsappcal from Honolulu Police
Court where judgment was rendered
for plaintiffs. The decision of the
lowCr Coint was aliirmctl, W. C.
Achi for plaintiffs j C. Crcighton
and A. 1'. Peterson for defendant.
Other cases on the calendar were
cciutiuued to next term.
FitiDAy, March 29th.
Kanakaolmi forfeited SI! bail, and
Spooner was lined 8f with 81 costs
for di uiikciiness.
D. Kalcialii by Samuel Macy,
guardian ad li ten vs. Kckuawela.
Damages SOO. Defendant pleads
general Issue. Judgment for plain
tiff for $110 with Sli.u'o costs. Ap
peal noted by defendant to the In
termediary Coin t. (J. Crciglitpn
and A. P.' Peterson for plaintiff ; V.
O, Smith fur defeuduut.
First 'U Why did you have
your" husband cremated ? Second
Wife He swore he would haunt me.
.Now let him haunt.
HAWAII AND ITS PLACES OF
From the ffiti AVmdvAJ
It is our intptitn.ii liuin lime lo
time to publi-h Miili de-oitpt'iiin if
places of intcrist, in and nlioui Ililo
and the other dUtiiets of this island,
together with the old legend con
nected with the same, when any are
known, as may be interesting to
tourists and other visiting our is
land. Wc expect to treat "of places
in and about Ililo Town.
The town of liil'i nestles on the
slopes, between the Halai Hills and
the sea. These hills are evidently
of volcanic origin, hut when the
cones were tin own up and under
what circumstances, we have been
unable to find out, as there Is no
tradition respecting that event. Suf
tlco it to say that tradition tells of
them as bring in existence away in
the dim past, when Maui, the demi
god of Hawaiiaus and his mother
were all powerful. At that time
these liill-c were smooth cones, with
out craters, and the following le
gend tells how the two neares-t ones
cume to be hollowed out.
There were living then the two
sisters, Ilina-i-ke-ahi, goihlesi of
fire, ami llina-i-kii-un, goddess of
rain or water. Ilinaikenbi lived in
the cave which lies back id' the Wni
anuenuc falls, with her son Maui.
During a scene of long protracted
drought, the followers of llinaikeal.i
were much distressed for food and
complained to their (linn. She, in
order to relieve them their "pilikia,"
oidered them to hollow out the first
hill and prepare and heat a log inui
theic. Thus the cone was hollowed
out and a huge iniu prepaied. After
everything was ready, the attend
ants asked Hinawheicthe food was.
She pointed out. the places where
the taro, potatoes, pigs, and dogs
were to be cooked and then climb
ing on to the red hot pile of stones,
ordered Lhein to cover her up and
finish the inui, which they did and
sitting around awaited results. Not
long after a commotion was observ
ed at the sea coast and soon lliua
w8 seen emerging from the waters
of the bay. At the spot where she
rose, a fine spring of fresh water is
lo be seen bubbling through the sand
and water and which is called to-day
Ilina-i-ka-auauwai, or the spring of
the bathing llina.
llina. then wended up her way to
Halai Hill, wheie she was received
with rejoicing by her hungry people.
She then ordered them to uncover
the imu, and ere they had finished
uncovering the same the savory
smell of cooked provisions greeted
their sense of smell. And in their
eagerness to get at the same, t In
most of the dirt from the seaside of
the hill was torn away and scattered
over the plain leaving that side of
the hill lower than the other, as its
present appearance shows. When
the hungry people reached the pro
visions, lliey found the whole inter
ior filled with an enormous amount of
roast pig, dog, potatoes and taro.
Thus was their hunger appeased ; and
as they sal around the hill eating
their till, the cry aiose, "Lai no
keia la," O jolly is the day, "Our
good ailii has filled our aching stom
achs," and the hill was ever after
known as "Ha Lai," tbe jolly place.
Soon after, Hinaiknua, the young
er sister of Iliuaikeahi, was beseiged
by her retainers to give them food,
as her sister had done for her peo
ple. So she oidered the second
cone t he hollowed out and an imu
prepared, as had been done by her
This was done, and when all was
ready, she repaired thither with her
husbnnd, and both ascended the imu
and were covered up. Her retainers
sat around awaiting their chief's np-
pe trance, as tier Mster had done.
After wailing ninny long hours, they
proceeded lo open the imu, and in
digging it away opened the cone to
the bottom, as the second hill now
appeals. Ilut they found nothing
but the cooked bodies of Himi and
her husband. In despair they wail-
ed, llina was a "honu" (tortoise),
always slow of motion and too lazy
to leave the imu. So the hill was
called "Pun Honu," or the Hill of
Tortoise. Rut the end was not
then. Hiimikaua's spirit rose into
the heavens, and being enraged to
find that her sister had succeeded
belter than she did, caused a trem
endous rain to fall, with the inten
tion of drowning out her sister, who
lived in the cave. At that time all
the water that fell into Waiauucnue
basin came from the small springs
running down the rocks on the left
hand side of the basin. Iliuaikeahi
tried in vain to dry the kapas she
was making, but as day after day
passed anil there was no let up to
the rain, she called on her sou Maui
for help, and ho went on the war
path to slay the watery goddess,
lliua. Hearing her footsteps on
the leaves (the sound of rain lalling
on the leaves is audible a long dis
tance), he went forth and inctlliua
ikaua, on the Hat of Kukuau, a place
called Iliijcuoli and seizing her witli
his left hand, look a lire brand in
his right, and carried her down
into the southern end of Puna near
Kcalakonio, where there was an im
mense pit surrounded with kukui
(rocs. Here he made un imu and
buried Hinaikaua, covering her with
the kukui leaves, for "kauwewe" or
ti leaf covering. So ended the fierce
lain of Hilo. Is not this a legend
of the Drift or Glacial iferiody--Kd.
To this day it is said, that the
mist and fog arising from that pit in
Puna, preserve an almost impenc-
UAmT BEXJdEQoaN:, HttNtihO&W H J,,. MARCH- 20, U3B&,
trahlo growth, when lllnaikaua was
killed. And to those living on the
sea coast and engaged In ninklng
salt, it U a sure sign of rain, if the
fo-; :ui se above the tree lops that
out round Iho place, they hasten to
covci up oi uiuorwise care for their
The Ihlrd hill, Puii-o-Katnalii, was
so named because It was the favor
ite lesort of children, who coasted
down its grnssy slopes on their
cocoanut leaf sleds.
The above was given me by Ren
lb own who trot it from an "old
timer" now living.
The Kohala correspondent of the
"Ililo Record" gives the following
Dust! Dust II Oust 1 1 1 Kohala
people begin to think, thc3' have the
dustiest distiict in the islands, l'or
weeks, although the wind lias been
blowing hard enough lo bring lain
limn South Aineiic:i, there has been
no rain ami everything is siiffeiiug.
The planters begin to look blue, as
Ihey see llieir canes suffering from
lack of rain ; and well they may, as
not only they, but the whole distill I
also, feel that their prosperity de
pends on the success of the planta
tions. A very enjoyable event, took nlaco
on Friday evening. March If), at
ICaiopihi Hall. Another of the
"Bachelor Dances"was given by the
young men, and was given in the
stjlu for which Kohaia has been
famous. The attendance was not as
huge as at the first one, but we en
joyed it all the same. Messrs C.
and II. did some "calling off" not
laid down in the books, which caused
lots of fun.
A Highland Schottischc was
danced by Mesdames Renton and
Kay and Miss Wight and Mr. Kay.
Lunch was served at 10 and dancing
then continued till 12 in., when the
party broke up and all went away
satisfied that lvohala could do the
"handsome" yet, in the shape of
What we will do when all the
"Bach's" become "Benedicts," for
recreation is a matter of concern to
all ; but we will hope like MacCaw
ber "that something will turn up."
Just heie let me say that owing
to llic heavy strain on several gates
heieabout, during these pleasant
evenings, the Koliala blacksmiths
aie busy in foiling stionger and
heavici lunges . withstand any
strain that may I:. put on them.
The Kohala Holler Skate Club
meets twice a w i ', lor "business"
at the Halawa Rii.k.
Dr. and Mrs. Wight are rusticat
ing at their ranch at Puakea during
the absence of their daughter Mrs.
Alexander, at the Coast.
Well, it seems rather queer lo say
"road," hut Kohal.i has only one
Slain Government Road. That is
fast becoming a credit to the dis
trict and if the cash holds out, we
will have one of the line-it roads on
the islands, and will be able to drire
in a caniage from Niulii to Mahu
koua. The grades on the teep slippery
gulches are being so improved that
our Jold "kainaaiiias" hardly know
where they aie, when driving over
Our Road Board is certainly made
of uood timber, thoiouyhly sea
soned, and no "sin inking."
The Chinaman hosting the work
is up to "snuff" and knows how to
make his men do a good job and no
Some dilfcrenco between the pre
sent out look for our road, than it
was under the "Old Regime."
We had begun 'almost to despair
of getting a new Court Hoiise, hut
at pi eaent it looks as though it would
soon be forthcoming.
Tilde will soon bo an exodus from
here of school teacheis, going to
Hilo to attend the Nnimal Institute
theie. It will be a pleasant vacation
Was it not a big joke on the
teuchcrs, to give them a holiday on
Saturday. It reminds one of the
old lady, who always wanted it to
rain, nights and Sundays, so that the
working men could rest. Your head
is level Mr. Atkinson.
rnO the CndiloiK of O. D. Kicrth,
JL bankrupt, of llm.olulu, IJahu,
Thai tint miderdj.'iu-il !n-jni'e of die
Bsliite of G. I), ''i . Hi Jiiiukruijl, of
llonol'iln. o h , h. . iei iirnii ry to
lih llnal nC'.'iini an I divhU'i.il, Mill
inittid Ills uncntin' ie mill iu,u and
fi'el Hie Mlini' Iml in Hun .. !'. -I'lcl,
1,'hlcf .Jti'iiro of llie Sn mil O mrt, at
Id- rh!iin!'i, to wli in Iip il i i 10
oVIool, m on SATl'HDAY, Hi ::o I,
of . March, Ibhll, ii plv l.ir a -eoleiii ni
ot mul in it mill anil lm a di clurjiu
fr in nil I hi hi Ity as cli iVs.-lgin'i', and
fin .01 onler to make i finul divldi n '.
And ill u any pemm iiileicMul iniiy
then anil tliiire ii'incar and lon'olilm
same. ClIAS. L. OAKTEIt,
Assluneo K-iini) (). I). I'ri'i'tli.
Honolu'ii, Mfiich 20, )8-t). 'JOU 4t
171 VERY pinpurfy owner or resident
li of Hcreiaiibi sin el and neighbor,
hoo.l cast of Altpni Mieel Is rciuicslcd
to nlter.il a meeting to lit) lielil at llic
Clmm'icr ir I'ninmeice on MONDAY,
Anil) 1st, nt II o'clock a. m., lo cntisldrr
what clcpi muy hit In Von to remove
tliu iitiliO'id track with Fteain engine
utl'biid sticiM, also to got Hjld street re
paired and In good ivimlliloji.
210 at PER ORDER,
rV H EVEEKLY BULLETIN
1 U3 columns, puiely looul matter
Midlul to foreign couutrios, $G per
Hawaiian Tramways Co,
Oitltu College Lino.
Owing In th" v nul us at Oiihu t'ol.
lcjrn from piesi'iit dale until lfih April,
tliu Onhu l!illei;o Car will run as follows :
Li-nve O iliu College SS0 a. m., 1-80
V. M , 4:21 ! m and OiflO P. M.
Attention id the puMIe U .speel illy
dlnctcd to tliu fact thm a I'ommuiilc?
Hon Is now iniule with the College unt
Wnlklkl four times a day us under:
Willi the Ciirs Icavhic Pnlninn or
Walklkl at. 8:10 A, M , 1 .10 l M , 4:10
l'. M anil 11.10 i. m. apt 21
the Ciedltors ol
Qiiouft Yuen &
O.iliu. lake Millif
Tlr.it the nnil"! IuiimI, Asy lues nf
tint U.lale nf (ui'ii Y en rt C , lm It.
liipUol linn lulu, villi i, lime it'i;ui.
tor lo llieir 11 id neeuiint tied divi H'lid,
sllllllh toil their 'mi:n,i,l as such A---liMii'es
and filed the piime bcfnro Hon.
Kilwiud 1'rintiin, .V-H'ici.iie Justieo of
li" npreinu l.'ouit, at I.I- Chiinliers, U
wit m tiiev will at '.' nijloek p. m., on
TUESDAY, the IHi of April, 18!',
iliph for a M'lllemeiit ill laid accoui t
.in ' f i-a ill cluu iu I run a 1 It.iliilhy us
-iidi -Mim i e. in il for an order to
tnnke I 11 mi I dividual.
.Yi d Unit to. y , e.r-on inleriMed ma
Hi mi 'ind there uium-ii mul eontcsi tliu
Mime LEE I'AT SAX,
A-siirnei'S Estate li'inne; Yuen A (!
IIoiiolu'u, March VIS s-li. V05 J t
NUT I CIS.
AT a pi olid i iee i
lo- A ltet gel
II -: D
J-; Walt r I i e
W. E. I'U.VI EH,
Sd ii i.nv P. . A If. Co.
Honolulu, Mi.n h iU," 1S;!I -i 0 a
FOli BALK '
ELL-IIlsOKEN, !' e'-. t
.Mule, ji-.il fi Set- uf liar.
i.(-. Annlv l-i
o . liiiev'ii A i nni liim.il slieels.
I'liee, Piikoi stie. t,
t.i. ..i .-
,x tin j' i hi i uiui liuif;,
liii? il ircli 2L'ii(l, at i) o'olock
i in- Dint. 11 i..(, imukiil witli thittle
1 iinid on hip ha-. iiL'ht forward tool
l Hi-, Imic iiii', sh igf, mine indfnie
1 cli. Ik-turn to ICinjr Hros, IIo'cl
i-tii'cl, or ihe Tie m.e, l-ie.1. 200 tf
Mi l ursor.s li-vinu cl.uni
h. vim: cl.iin
rl. W. I.. Veil n Inn it 'Mil
piesi-nt them in' hail-s t'u-i.
Imm on r
' PHE pnrt.H-rehip In leiufore ixi--line,
1 lieiweeii M. N. Siimlm-i and F. I.
Gutter under Un.- naiii. of Suiulei's L.
pie-. On has hiun ili-i-olvi-il. 'I'he husi-iict-s
will le earned on hv M.N. Suiid in
ns li'jietotoic. F. I. Oiillei- is i.ot niiilio
ii.ed to collect any monies due the lb in,
eithi r on the u.pi(:s- Lu5ine-.s or for Ihe
ciiiiiigi: of inhlii-h.
.'OOlin M. N. SANDEItS.
NOTICE to CItEDLTOKS.
Ill. P. WILIlhl.M, or Wni men.
UJL Kauni, linviiu-. iiiinlc an ai-ln-nii'iil
to the inidori-ifiiicii fur ihe bm.ellt
ef his cioditoi?, all peis-uin, b-iving ani
ohiiins ng.iinl paid K. Wilhebii me
hurclij- leipiested to piO-ent llie snneto
Ihu tuidernigiied tit the ollicoof II. II id;
feld A Co. within linoi- ni-niili- lumi
d-ite, and all p.'iwmi in iente I tn aid
F. Wilhebii in ts ivqui-Mid o iiiaKe jm
iiicdiate payment tn Mr. W. I). Schmidt
at VVuimud. or tn
.1. P. HAOKFFT.n,
A.-ignne of P. Wilhehn.
llonoli.l- , M in h VT., lhi-!). -.or 7i
Kuinoval ot' IJ:irl:r
P. JAItDIM h.i icin-ivcl hit
lion Iroin Kliut htieui to Muf'iir.
ilii'.s Uilliaid I'arlorB, Fort Micet, where
he Is pieparcd to seive with the best
care and neatness the avocation of Jiis
nil. Solicits the kind pntionnge ol all.
mh 23 ail lv
ti.N FltANClECO, OaI.., 1
Fulu nary li), 18M). J
T J E hi-ruwiih certify that Messis.
Vt Dodd A Miller aru our duly an.'
tlinil.ed and only agenls for the Ilu.
wiiiian I-liiniU for iho ial" of our Lager
lber In ken.
JOHN W1KLAND 13KEWING CO.,
100 If John 11. Wiuhmd bios.
Two Valuable Lots,
Situate on Kiiliiokahiiu Plains to
Lot No. 107 on Government map
of Kuhiokalma Plains, with cotlURO and
nul.hiilldintts, bhndu and choice fruit
tries. Tills lot lius a frmilui'O of 101.(1
led on Uerelunia utrcet unci depth of
148,4 feet. Cottage now occupied by
Mr. I). Lyons.
IiOt Xo. 81 on raid map with Iioufo
and cnil.liiilldiiigs and line fruit mid
tili'iilii trios This lot fionts on Young
street 101.(1 feet and has a depth
of 118.4 feet and adjoining lot 107 tit
These lots niljojn tlpH valuable pro
petty owned and occupied by Mr. W.
Mnvrtpns, and are the property of Mm.
SQfTlipy will ho told cither 1m pitrcvla
or as a wltple. I'pr further inforniutlon
apply to AVji. O. SMITH,
Attorney lor Jiancy Wirt.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Hv order of lite KxecutnM of the Will
of llov D. 11-ildwln, deconcd, 1 will sell
ni I'nh'ic Auction, ul my tidlcmooni,
Queen street, Honolulu,
On MONDAY, April 1st, 1889,
AT 1-4 O'CLOCK. SOWS,
TI c following Pu.e Piopuri) tn wit:
Proprly in Lalilm, li
1 I'lihumiiniuniinti, a small lot on
tlm sc.Hhore near the old Ur Dow nie.
iniseJ w'nii buildings theiieii -usiu us
a ll-li market mid now drawing an an
mini nut ot 940. Area 32 mils.
2 Premises ciillid llaleil, line ennc
hind i nil now mostly planted; area It Uti
acres, to bo sold in 0 lots as follows:
(I): 1UMO0O of an una, wheieon
stands n (Jniiii-se rustaurai.l, le led al
:;.72 per milium
ri): 041 '000 of an acre, coveicd with
iilye obi trees
(11): Ji.ol acres of the bust cane laud
i.i Li.ii una now plutitid.
3 lol known n the t'h ipin I.ot,
ym il cii-i- Ian i -lO'l HMI0 of a arie.
4 Hexetul lot In Moalli. balmiini:
.1.01 1 a I. (I acres un the seiilu-aeli,
Iihh on ll u eeeo i.ut yiovi.
Lol'-'.:! i,0, li nil 'I 7 containing un
.iieuol 7 IH ai-roj, hi -i emu- land, nou
5 Op-ieula, alio lot of cane land,
i ov pimitid, nb in l!,. noic .
ii: The i aue itinwiuu on ihu fore-
uni'ig premises, lielo'ijjs to the L-ilinlnn
siijihI .Mill inui is not to bo sold with
Mii! ii feipli:
6 --1 si ie- in lilt: Miliiu.tliiim nnil
iMilian i ilui Lund ; I'.e Mhole hind con
t.iin-"2(175 . -icies E ihshue teprescnts
I.'JJiick-s Itnuil Pa i nt 't-a.
71 ! linn', r itrere-l in Mooinukii,
lIou'iUinMii, Mini, fin met l owned by
i. llu'iklen, a Ine Aliii-ii:ni.
Honolulu, Maieli i0, l-S'i.
II. P. BALDWIN,
W. W. HALL and
I) ). BALDWIN,
Eieiili.rs Will ol liev D. Iju dnin.-
Tncre will also lie Mild at Ihu same
and i-biff, a lot of
13,23 Acres of Fine Cane Land
!n ICimn.ipiili, near La'iaiiia,
fieing tbe tame, iiioii; purlinit'ailv sit
foith in Knval I'lilint -I.V.-7, Li-.d C.im.
ini'Shm Aw'nid !!!ii5 G to A olo.
86J"Furih(!r pii'ih nlnis can lie hud of
Wm If. ('lisle.
F. MO MOAN,
On Ho.'iday, April 1st, 1889,
AT t O'CIjOCJK SUOS,
At the auction room o, .Imncs F
M11141111, the uiidur.siuned will bell n
iiuu'ioa liy ordei of the Kupiemu Con t
ii tliu inaiter of Cis, le ,V Oooi,e v
W.D. (smith, Asblgnee ol A. F.Cooke.
Ten (IO) Shares,
Of the Capital Stock of the Haiku
Of the par value ot $M't) each, numbered
fiinn -Wli to -ll'i tiii.ti inclusive. Said
-liiues weie assitmed lo P.a-lle ii CooUe
iih ciillulcriil se. m ity upon cciiuiu noie
nf the I'aeillc N iviniion Co, and an
now t-old upon default in piiymenl
I) ited Honolulu, M rrh 2'2, 18n.
CASTLE & COOKE.
W.M. 15. Casim:, Atli.iiiej.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
Lease of Residence
AT 10 O'CI.OCEt A. .',!.,
At Iho riaideneo of Mrs. O. II. Luce,
I'imclihowl street, 1 will sell at I'uhlic
The Lease of said Residence !
Having 4 yeais tn run, iiii privilege
of a yearn CNtcin-i II at a monthly lenlnl
ol $.'i0. AlbO at Ihu siimii Utiiu mid place
1 will tell the
Entire Household Furniture !
Large Center and Sofa Rugs,
l-aigo Kni Ceniei Table,
Oliiiict-o Inlaid Centtr Table,
Upliol. Esisy Chairs A Solas,
Kl)on Oliiili', Wicker Knxy Chain,
Slurhletop Tables, 1'icttirt-n,
1 Opi-iglit; iPijno,
(Uudnll Carlo & Co. mnln-n-) j
Decoraied Vusei", I(oi Cook Shelves,
Largo Koa Ilook Case,
B. W. Marbletop Bedroom Sot,
Hprinjt and lluir .Mattrasnes,
1 Large Uras- Ucdsiead,
1 Liuge Wardiobe,
Dressing Tables, Bureaus,
1 Colon (I Maihleto) Wiishhtund,
1 Large Koa Ollice Table ii Desk,
1 Ciirv42(l Hiilol)ourl,
0 Carved Dining Cliuirs.
1 11. W. I'edei,ul 13x. Dining Table,
Crockery, Olass mid 1'Jated Ware.
1 "Model Cook" Range and Utensils,
ileat Sate, Iiufngeiutor,
Gaiden StaniU, Largo Ferns,
1 ii wheeled Ilrakw, 1 Set nprness. '
Klc, Klc, Kie.. Etc.
Orl'remisis will bo open for insrec
Hon on Tuesday, April 2nd, from 9 a. m.
to li J-, M.
TAS. I?. MOItGAN,
mnmMujmiimmimum'mnimi.w'""'w '" ""P""1
HAVING TAKEN 8TOCK AND AKB OFFEHINQ
All G-oods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
SPECIAL BAHGAINS OF
Remnants in All Departments.
Jii't Received a
-WE WILL SELL
Our iji2.no Parasols Tor $1.25.
Our $.3.50 Parasols for $.00.
Our 84.50 Parasols for $2.75.
Our $5.50 Parasols for $.3.:J0.
Similar Reductions in Ladies' Hats, Embroideries and Laces.
NOW IS YOUR TIME TO rUKClIASE
Tiese Prices we parafe ftp One Ml Only !
tar BAKOAINS -a Non Uiii) (if JB6T BARGAINS -
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
l Loier Prices tlinn ever hrfure. New inoire of
uxiuui iixiiiJJ if iiiiii. i ill) I'
IVovolics aiistl IoiK.j' OoihIh, In Lm
E. BROWN & CO., F'loptietnrs
Tahiti Li nni',:i,!e. Wnrls-. dc ire
o infouii CU.-.I01111 r. hoili ni n..(til i
ind neiglilioiine Kli'tiiK Unit nil i mpiy
bottle min-t liuit-tnrnol In on- o dcir.
or further snpplhs -.11 I v L-e(iiieJ.
i0l i b!) 21
A NICK -l.rooinrd Cottage
on Piinchbowl street
em- the Mmmiin ( liurcli. a
tine bealth 'ncnllty, quiet i'i-liililio-hooil.
Inquire ol A. VOOKL,
I8d tf At Kd. HoflVchlaeuer & Co.V.
ROOMS TO LET
rtO.M POKTABLY FuMiinli.
Ilnoms. Bnurd if re.
quired. Apiily at "(Jliuinbei.
lain Home" King Mreel, opposite Ka.
waiahno t-cminury. 184 tf
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NKW Culiimlcr Car.
liaire. iunt lliiislird
and lintidsointly tiinimed
in flriiclas- hiylo mint be immediately
bold to close an nsigmui ni, can be seen
atW. H. 1'ageV curlaee m:inufactury,
No. 126 Fort ttreel. J
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
COPIKS of the Hawaiian DlrecK-iy
for 18S8-U lectfiitly pulilislied by
the NcKenuey Directory Co for sale.
Price $3 CO,
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
Cottage For Sale Cheap.
new, containini; parlor.
tlining.ioum, 4 bedrooms, kit
chen, bathroom and water.clodct, vcran
das, stable, M-ugou-sbed, cliicken hom-e
nnil yard, (lower giudeii, etc. LotUSx
100 leel, and leased lol adjoining 7.1x71
feet. Situulo at ICiipahimn, miiukii tilde
of King street. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Liotlg-ing House.
LONG eslublibhed in a de
sirable locality in Hono
lulu, with unexpired lease of
3 years ut low iciital is oij'ercd, (on
accous-t of ill-heulth), without bonus, to
party buylni; the furniture at a lair
valuation, 'ibeie are 23 rooms on the
nromlics well furnished, yielding a
lmndsoino roveuuo Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
FOlt ONE WEEK-
L'5ulhiL'. IWiliutery House.
k Gil IlESGHAilSE..
A K. BOW AT, Viieiinary Surgeon,
ollice mid .liiiiinnu al Hawaiian
Hotel -tallies, minur Ui,tel and R'cbard
Mici'ts. .eien'itlc lieiitnu-nt in all dis.
e.i-e-. of di liiih-u: animals Orders for
plimtiiti' ii and riineli hiock promptly
iillondid l . Mutual Tekplioni! S54,
I'.O Ifiu320. mh.18-89
Cliil) House Dinioff Room
iiavmg secureil tlie services
Fii'Hi CJuss Cook
And mnde maiii other changes in the
miinngement we lire now pre-
pirtd to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
Real Birip Hosiery !
Caution to Purchasers.
All Hosiery exported from Balbrlggan,
Ireland, by Smyth & Co. (L'd), ban this
1'riidu Muik on each article.
Hy an Act of I'lirliumi nt lately passed
It Ih made a felony o life ihu word Hal.
brigguu on goods not manufactured
them either hy flumping on goods,
wrapper, label or ticket, iiiiIcmi Iho
nlncu wlieie inunufnciurcd is uIfo stated
in equally large letters as the word
SSIYTH & CO. (LM),
The Original Hulliriggau Holers,
Per W. O, Sproull,
I havo now on hand a Large Assort
Iu all colors and btylcs,
Specially mdo to my order and pattom,
801 tf wTcTsPHOVMi,
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