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DAILY fctfLfETIN'? 'HONOfctllAf, H. M APRSt G, 1880.
Dkpahtmunt or Financk, )
Honolulu, April 1, 1889.J
Tho following persons have hoen
appointed Assessors mul Collcotou
ol Taxes for tho respective Taxation
Divisions of tho Kingdom, in accord
ance with tin Act to amend nnd re,;u
late the Law, relating to tho appoint
ment and tenure of oihco of Tux
Assessor and Tax Collector, and the
Assessment and Collection of Taxes,
approved the 21st day of August,
A. D. 188S:
0. A. BROWN, 1st Division, Island
H. Q. TREADWAY, 2nd Division,
Islands of Maui, Molokai, and Lanai.
HERBERT 0. AUSTIN, 3rd Divi
sion, Island of Hawaii.
JOSEPH K. FARLEY, 1th Divi
sion, Islands of Kauai and Niihau.
W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foioigii Affairs.
L. A. TiumsTox,
Minister of Interior.
C. V. Asinoiti),
212 lm 82 4t
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1889.
A DRIVE DOWH COUNTRY.
Yesterday, Mr. B. F. Dillingham,
the projector and promoter of the
railway fom Honolulu to Ewa, now
in the course of construction, drove
a company of gentlemen clown to
the point where the line is intended
to terminate for the present.
The road fioin.the Kamehamcha
schools to the top of the hill on the
Ewa side of Moanalua Valley was
found in excellent condition. This
section of the road has been graded
and covered with metal, mostly pul
verised coral stone. Beyond, there
is no macadamizing, nevertheless
the road is, on the whole, in good
condition. Owing to the long ab
sence of rain, the natural vegetation
by the wayside is in a parched con
dition. "What little grass remains is
as dry as a stone, and even the
mimosa shrubbery languishes. When
Pearl bay is reached, alone; the head
of which the road runs for sveral
miles, a refreshing and glorious con
trast is pi esentrd to the eye. At
the foot hills and the mouths of the
several little valleys, and nestling
right down to the water's edge, are
cheerful-looking homesteads, sur
rounded with healthy verdure.
Trees of vigorous growth, banana
plants laden with enormous bunches
of fruit, and Hi-Ids of young rice
greet and ghidil. i I lie eye at every
turn. All along the base of the
mostly gently -iishj; hills are living
springs of pure water, which have
never been kuown to fail in the long
est periods of drought, and which
supply the moisture that, combined
with the richly fertile soil, produces
such astonishingly luxuriant growth.
At the old Raymond residence, a
little to the seaward of the Ewa
Court House the journey reached
its furthermost end, so far as travel
by wagon was concerned. Here the
horses were unharnessed and given
rest and refreshment, the latter in
the shape of a feed of chaffed li3',
which had been taken along for their
benefit. From this point the com
pany exploied beyond and around
on foot. Mr. Dillingham had placed
in the waggon, before leaving Hono
lulu, an abundant supply of excellent
food, and the question was now de
bated as to whether it should be
consumed at once, or reserved until
the close of the intended foot-exploration.
The camping ground, tho old
Raymond residence, was once a
flourishing homestead, but is now a
second edition of Goldsmith's "De
serted Village." The buildings are
in ruins, stud without occupants.
The glory has not all departed, for
a clump of stately and majestic
treci, mostly exotics, still present a
seeue of verdure and beauty. From
this spot towards the mountains is a
large tract of gently sloping and
undulating hind of the richest soil.
This is the properly of the railroad
company, and forms part of the site
of the projected new town. The
other part extends out into the bay
in the ioiui of a peninsular, and is
also the company's property.. This
is a lovely spot, mostly covered with
a forest of nlguroba trees. It is
proposed to set apart a portion of
this peninsular for a public park,
with a wide drive all around it, and
a beautiful park it will make. .
After two or iluee hours of wnn
deiiug around the expedition re
turned to camp, with astonishing
appetites, and demolished the ample
fod supply. Some of tho party
which consisted of Mr. Dillingham,
its head and guide, Mr. Toler, Mr.IT.
J. Agnew, and an obscure Bumxtin
man, had never visited that neigh
borhood befote, They were stir-
prised and pleased with, the mnny
natural advantages which the local
Ity possesses ns a site, for a town
and a settlement, and breathed a
wish and hope that ere long many
happy home9 may cover those lands
and the locomotive whistle become
a familiar sound in that region.
The parly started for Honolulu a
little after three o'clock, and reached
home shortly before live, with sun
burnt faces and invigorated health,
feeling thankful to Mr. Dillingham
for the day's pleasurable outing.
Editor Buuxtix: A gentleman
who lost a horse a couple of weeks
ago, offered a leward through the
columns of the Bulletin for' Its re
turn. Two days ago, the animal
was returned to its owner by a native
named Napoleon aud 10 paid him.
If I not mistaken, nearly every
horse that is lost in this city is re
turned by this "same native soon
after a reward is offered. I have
been told that he makes a regular
business of It. If such is the case,
should there not be an investigation
n the matter.
THAT DAY PARTY.
Editor Bulletin: The article
entitled "A gay party" in your issuo
of the Ud instant, may lead the read
ing public to surmise that the party
went out simply on pleasure, while
the facts nrc it was instigated solely
in the interests of the future welfare
of this island. Amongst the many
things discussed was the feasibility
of extending the Oahu Railroad to
Waialua via Waianae. and building
reservoirs for tho storing of water
in the mountains, large enough to
furnish a water supply to bring the
beautiful table lands of Waialua
under cane cultivation. All seemed
to agree upon the feasibility of the
railroad scheme. As to the water
project, our engineering friend on
whom we relied, sat down upon it
so sevciely, that the discussion
grow very hot, and to avoid any un
pleasantness, we dropped the sub
ject by mutual consent. The prob
abilities are, that at a very early
day the matter will be taken up
again and discussed with a -more
OSK OP TlIKM.
WHAT IS EDITORIALISE?
Editor Bulletin': I have read
with very close attention, tho edito
rials of a certain newspaper publish
ed in.this city, and as I am consider
ably nonplussed by the course of
action taken by the" editor, I would
like to ask you a question.
Does the answering of correspon
dence published in one paper, by
anolherpaper in an editorial way,
tonstitute editoiial journalism? I
hardly think so.
1 have had some experience in
newspaper work, and feel certain
that I have never met any similar
course of action in the States or
elsewhere. Who, who ever had any
experience in journalism, ever heard
of an editor defending so far from
the dignity of his position, as to
lend the editorial columns to the
answering of correspondence? Surely
no careful or well-balanced newspa-
I jnan would consider it either proper
or pioiessionai 10 assume any sucn
questionable position or responsi
bilities. Editorials I always supposed, were
the means, of instructing and en
lightening the public upon the ruling
topics of the day, and not to be
prostituted, so as to become the
channel of blackguarding corres
pondents, spreading of untruth and
perverters of facts.
Of course, if an editor should be
so lacking in originality of thought,
or so dearth of matter of general
public interest, as to be compelled
to use the matter of a contemporary
journal, his action may be excused,
and in many instances justifiable;
but when he commences to
abuse and illuse such matter, does
he not descend from tho dignity of
his position, and sink to the level of
mere penny-a-line scribbler? Docs
he not instantly stamp himself as an
editor, whose acts show himself to
bo not only an apprentice, but a
bungling one at that?
It is to be hoped that for the
honor of the craft into which such
an editor raaj creep, that he will no
longer subvert tho dignity of editor
ialism to the mere gratification of
personal spite, or the bungling tam
pering with things that do not be
long to his department.
Let him remember that it is his
duty to write more profitable and
sensible matter, not only for the be
nefit of his readers, but his own res
SUCCESSFUL MEN UNDER DISADVANT
AGES. The vast majority of our most
successful men are not polished
scholars. This tends to show what
is too commonly forgotten in mod
ern plans of education that it is
fur better to have tho mind well dis
ciplined than richly stored, strong
rattier than full. Good common
bense, tho power of adaptation to
circumstances, tho secret of being
alive to what is going on around
one, of knowing what the people
want, and of saying and doing the
right thing at the right time and
place, is the ci own of faculties,
Will Oarleton attributes his cs
capo from early death by consump
tion to daily and pertinent inflation
of tho lungs with fresh air. Hols
now forty-two years old,
During the pnst six months thoro
have been ti number of excursions to
l'eail Harbor and Ewu by land and
by sea from Honolulu. Hundreds of
our citizens of all ages have visited
for tho first time that charming re
treat, very few of whom havo not
been overwhelmed with tho beauty
and grandeur surrounding that whole
region, and filled with wonder and
amazement that such great possi
bilities should havo been so long
neglected. They have exclaimed,
why was not this plueo chosen for
the capital city instead of Honolulu?
Tho answer is easily made and quick
ly comprehended. This land-lqckcd
luuboi second to unruly any other in
tho woild, deop enough and largo
enough tu tloat the navies of all na
tions, was designed by the Great
Creator, to bo accessible only when
man should unlock its pearly gates
with tho key of industry and cnter
piise. In the meanwhile a railway
will connect Honolulu with tho site
which nature has fashioned and des
tined to be not merely a rival city,
but the Paris of the western
world. Those who havo not
taken the wines of thought and
exploied the possible future of
this most interesting country, little
realizo the valuo and importance of
the railway enterprise now success
fully inaugurated, will be to the city
of Honolulu. The urgent necessity
for such an cutcrpiisc would seem to
be a guarantee for its -financial suc
cess without tho assurance which is
fully given in the railway statistics
of all other couutiics. Confidcnco in
the financial soundness and stability
of tho undertaking has doubtless led
many to feiibsciibe, but wo wish to
give investors credit for having an
earnest, honest desiio to benefit tho
countiy, fiom a public spirited mo
tive, especially tho Island of Oahu,
and particularly tho city of Hono
lulu. Would you impiove business
in Honolulu? then build up tho sub
urbs, and you will learn the secret
which has made all large cities in
America so prosperous. If anything
will insure the growth and prosper
ity of Honolulu, it will be to bring all
points of tho island within easy reach
by good well equipped railway You
are afraid of a rival city? Then build
raiboads as fast as possible! What
would Honolulu be in ten years,aftor
Peail Harbor is opened to the com
merce of the woild, without a rail
way connecting the old and new
cities? Did wo say the now city is
destined to outgrow the old? Yes,
we believe it will outgiow Honolulu
in time just as suiely as San Fran
cisco is to exceed in importance
many older citie.- in eastern Amciica,
but not to their lm.. Honolulu will be
a far greater and more piospeinus
city in the futurt in consequence of
the growth and ib-wlopment of the
sister city th.tn ii ever could he with
out the possibility of such a iival.
'i ho "Pea j 1 River Division" of tho
O.ihu Railway Company will soon be
a reality. Guiding was commenced
on the Sth of March. The contractor
has given heavy bonds to complete
the work to the t-uuth-east loch by
July 1st, and to the Ewa court house
by the 1st of August. The rails and
lolling stock are expected to arrive
hero in July next, and it is hoped the
whole line will be completed and run
ning by tho 1st of September. Some
of our best and most conservative
people have recently visited the site
for the new city, and expiessed them
selves as delighted with the prospect.
Glancing up the mountain slope,
they see with tho eye of faith a com
modious hotel, which may be reach
ed with a good cniiiagooad over an
easy grade, and to use1 a familiar
term "there you arc" just below the
cloud-capped mountains enjoying
the cool bracing air on the "Olinda"
of Oahu. How delightful ! .only an
hour and fifteen minutes from Hono
lulu. All clasi-OR may gather hero
with their families for a thorough
change of climate. Tho men go to
business every day a they please
and lelurn to spend the night at this
beautiful mountain lotieat; what
could bo more eh.iiiniiig and less ex
pensive? Tho view from .this delight
ful resoit must bo seen to bo appreci
ated. Pearl Haibor with its oiiHtern,
middle, and western locks intersect
ed with islands and peninsulas eov-
eied Willi dense forests of algaroba,
stretched from oiiht to west over a
distance of seven miles, and fiom
mainland to sea it having a widtli of
neaily four miles a placid inland
sea peaceful waters of tho Pacific.
Just beyond you see the "indescrib
able sun sets," just when sky and
ocean meet and kiss lie disappears.
You look towaid the entrance of
Pearl Harbor and on tho very point
of the grovo-coveied peninsular just
below the Ewa court house you see
another handsome building; ah yes!
another hotel, a jolly place it is, oc
cupied by those who havo a tasto for
boating and yachting. A short dis
tanco to tho north-east, wo notice
another building 25x100 fool. Baths
from two and one-half too" feet deep
fresh aud salt watci Compnitnionts
for ladies and gentlemen, air and
water of equal lemporatuio say
seventy-five degrees what could bo
moii! delightful in a climate like this?
Not far from this enchanting spot we
notice a beautiful drive-way about
tlneo miles in length; what a splen
did road! Ladies and gentlemen
driving some lino 1 loking liotses;
they beem to bo making pretty good
time; what a Hotting match? No,
only a fiiondly trial of speed; this is
no pl.ieo for horse sharps. Just wait
a half hour and you will see somo
bieyclo riding that will surpiiso you.
The railway company boom to take a
lively interest in all innocent and
healthful amusements, aud are now
of lot jug prizcH to oncourago fair and
ptopor contests in boating, yachting,
cycling, shooting, bwiniming, and for
honest trial of speed of well bred
island horses diiven or ridden by
ladies and gentlemen. No, theie is
no joke about this; wu want amuse
ment free fiom the spiiit of gambl
ing, and ajl ojso that tends tu uinko
disgraceful which other wise might
bo a pleasure to tho best of society.
A BOY'S ESSAY OH POLITENESS.
Tho following ntmtslng little essay
on politeness, written by William
Martin, a boy aged thirteen, ap
pears in air. Barker's "Studies in
Elementary School Life" in "Long
man's: -"It is not pollto to fight
little boys; except they throw
stones at you. Then you can run
after them, and when you've caught
them, just do a little bit at them,
that's all. Remember that all little
boys are simpletons, or they weuld
not do it. It is not the thing to
make fun of a little chap because he
is poorer than you. Let him alone
if you don't want to play with him,
for he is as good as yon except tho
clothes. lien you are at school
and a boy tlnows a bit of bread or
anything at you over tho desks, It i
not polite to put your tongue out . t
him or to twiddle your tinners in
front of your nose. Just wait till
after school, and then warn him
whot you'll do next time ; or if you
find you arc bound to hit him, I c
pretty easy with him. Some boys
are very rude over their meals.
Don't keep on eating after you are
tightening, and you will be far hap
pier. Never cat quickly or you
might get bones in your throat. My
father knew of a boy who got killed
over his Sunday dinner. The greedy
boy was picking a labbit's head in a
hurry, and swallowed one jaw of it,
and my father says he was choked
to di ath there and then. Be very
polite over your meals, then, especi
ally when it's rabbits. Boys should
always be polite to tho girls, how
ever vexing they may be. When any
body is giving anything away, al
waj's let the girls have their turn
first. They like it. Girls aic not so
strong as boys, their hair is long,
and their faces are prettier ; so you
should be gentle with them. If a
girl scratches your check or sptls in
your face, don't punch her, and
don't tell her mother. That would
be mean. Just hold her tight be
hind by her arms fur a minute or
two, till she feels you could give it
her if you had a mind to. Then say
to her kindly, 'Don't you do it
again for it is wrong,' give her a
shake or two, aud let her go. This
is tar better than being unkind to
her, and she will thank you for your
politeness if she's anything of a
gill." Home News.
THi CORINTH CANAL.
It is stated that the cutting of the
Corinth Canal although the work is
ptoeeeding is not in such a favor
able position as was supposed. It
has been found necessary to increase
the slope on either side to pi event
landslips, aud, in places, to piotecl
the sides by building up. Oiigin
ally it was estimated that there
would be 8,000.000 cubio metres to
be excavated, at a cost tf 1,200,
000, including 5 per cent, iuteiest
per annum to shareholders, and
that the cutting would be completed
last November. Now, owing to
nece3sar3' increase, of slope, it is
reckoned that 10.000,000 cubic
metres lequire to be extracted, and
that will be increased to '2,400,
000, and that the work cannot be
finished before November 1891. The
section of the Corinth Canal is the
same as that of the Suez Canal, v.z.
twenty-six feet deep, and seventy
two feet wide at the bottom.
The well-marked Asiatic element
in the population of the East Coast
of .Africa is destined to play an im
portant part in the development of
that region. It is composed for the
most part of British subjects, and
Mr. II. H. Johnston, the newly ap
pointed Consul at Mozambique,
states that these Indian colonists or
traders ny cunt or commercial in
tegrity, fiugality, and clogged per
severance, have become the most
thriving and enterprising of tho
foreign merchants of Zanziba. They
had, indeed, until lately attained to
very great power and influence as
the advisers and financial adminis
trators of the Arab rulers. But
with the advent of the Germans at
Zanzibar and on the East African
mainland, there has been an attempt
made to rude'y and suddenly oust
the Indians from their commercial
supremacy. Already the German
East Afiican Company has Impaired
the sovereignty of the Sultan of
Zanzibar, and by its policy alienated
the sympathies of the traders and
natives within the sphere of its In
fluence. Tho Banyans nrc British
subjects, and caie must, therefore,
he takon by our Foreign Office that
they aie not mado scapegoats for
German blunders, as well as targets
for their guns. Prince Bismarck, it
is true, admits that the company is
a failure. Indeed, so far does he
carry his opposition to German colo
nial cnlcrpiise, that he wuuld, as we
have said elsewhere, probably bo
glad to abandon his colonial policy
altogether. Events, however, aro
too strong for tho Chancellor. He
is called on to restore German
authority in East Africa and to help
tho company. It is to be hoped that
in tho accomplishment of the ends
of his necessitous position ho will be
actuated by a due regard for British
interests in that quarter of the globe.
E. 12. Ball, tho nearest living re
lative of George Washington, opcu
pics a stall in the south corridor of
the Pension Building at Washington,
Where he sells cigars and fruit to
the cleiks. He is nearly .eighty
years old, and hears a striking re
semblance to the father of his country.
TO RENT OR LEASE
Arc nllVicrt for rent or ti ao for
a term of yoir, viz:
Tim Mhrklcy Tlnmcstciil" s tunto In
Itilllii Wautin, together with nhntit ten
llOi iicie-. if knla I mil, nil enclosed
One Lot nf ten (10) ncres, more nr
leiw. I alf of wdcli ia the best of turn
iiitvl with mi n'lUiiilnnt nnd never fail
lug sin i'h "I iter a Jul n I lm lore,
if 'Ine he Into iiii'i Mill will bercntul
M.'iiiitie.l If ik'sUid.
O o Lot o ilce la ii), twenty two (22)
neres, more or les, wiili MiHtllng, tie,
lui'iio in Kn Ihi Wn 'na. cmy nrcis n
iliopubic mail Rare opportunity f r
a small ftumor.
One Lot, about nine and a lmlffOJ,
ncrcH, situate on the mnusa side nf King
steit, wo mile-. wct of town, Miilalili
Two Cottage' in Llllhn street, a Utile
above Kini; st cet.
t''" These Pi oportic If not dispn-ci
of sticirily on privile terms, will b
lraid at public auction sometime I
May n xt.
Also snveral (Swago, plensnntly nnf'
rnnveiiienilvsitiluteil, Id rent on fuoi
8 Full particulars given on appl
'Jt5 P.t GTJLICK'S AGENCY
rPHE unilerg ed lnvo this rln
JL fiiriiiml a opartucrshin under die
firm n.iniu of Wiijriit Urn-, for the pur
pose of riirryhie on the business ot
Ciirrbigi) Dili di rn, Ncueral Illnclo-mitli
big urn! all kinds of I'lmiiaiion nnd -hip
Work, on Foil streel, adjoining the
Honolulu PI initr Mill
WILLIAM W. WIUGUT,
TllOM S WRIGHT,
tlonolu'u, Ap.il '. I"b9. 215 3t
WB llin undersigncil have llils dn
fO'mrtl a corni" m rshlp iinilei
iliu Dim mime of Nam Hung Laing Co..
for llie pnrpo-e of coiiibiuiing bu-iiie-of
luiyliiu tint t-o1 lag uooil-, wines nn'l
iin'ii li-indUe, hi 'u 4, Niiuauii sine'
CU N M N PHOY.
LOW All HOW,
llmio'lllu, Mai eh i8 18 1). 214 3
T NOERS WANTED.
I PER'iN to cut, Hire anil bile.
i cr.i of wiual Haj, admit '00
icriv. For pirticulnrs nn ! of
J. R. ROBERTSON,
'$' 1 'w ' Oi '. i. .-uiiiilei-'.
VIjIj ir-oi,s h-vi'ig cl i:m- an-ii
W. Vl.ll uhl.lir ,n ,,1, , ,
pre-ieiii ilium to luirlis relgbion Oe i
liefo" .luie:0. 8-0. fl m
I HE pirl.iirx i. lareuifore xi-tt
iiuiueeiiM. . Sunders an I F. I.
C t'er utiiler iliu iiuiik- of SjiitlerV La
piei-s C" h'ii b en li.solvei1. The bui.
iii'ss wilt I'u ca t ii d on b M. N Srindi i
B liuretofoie. P. I. Cullei is not nuth
rizid to collect nuy umnies due (lie tlrm
citlii r on the express bus ness or lor tie
rariiitrit of iubiii-li.
200 lm M. N SANDERS.
REAL ESTATE KOB SALE.
V . U.vULE Lot at tl
c-Tiier of Fori hii
chool slici'ts, over Jofnt
line wlili onu Collage, nnlv to
214 tf J. M. VIVAS.
'pHE jewelry tusiuets heretofore i"
L ried on under the firm iiami
Gomes & vv Jcl mini bus pusseil lino l
solu po-esslon and oniie hip of il.
undersigned, by purclntfu, anil wll
herealt-r be eanled on Ly him at Hi
ld stand, Fort streci, Honolulu, uhu
all ouutaniling account arc in he - Miei
II. F. WIOI1MAN.
Honolulu, Feb. 20, U8. 2IH lw a.i Ii
Ban FiuNcieco, Pal., 1
February 19 18-0 J
WE herewith certify that Messis
Do'Ul & Miller are ourdul) au
thorized anil only agents for tho' Ha
waiian IslaniU for the sul't of our Lugei
Hcor in kec.
JOHN WIELAND BREWING CO.,
100 tf John H. Wielenil hio-
R-4. MONHOrJ, Indies' nurse. ha
removed to No H, Kukul lane.
, US. STEVENSON, accoucheuse
1T1 mil imi iuh' iiu to. Toiiiuonials
o 22 y. iirs ejipurieuce ut Queco Char,
loittj Lyb B-ln-mifpiiiil, London. Oilier
ixltiudx uoi objected to. Heaiilence,
Mord'in lloute." -eliool streel P .
Box 47 i MuiniilTeli-. 87P. 170 8m
Vichy Water I
GENUINE Vichy Water for sale,
Price, 75 ceat a dozen.
J, E, BROWN & CO,,
211 lw 2a Mei chain sireut.
fOTT'S Genuine Midlothian Oitineal
in n iu. mis, roreaio ny
J. IS. BROWN & CO..
178 tf 2B Merchant street.
I Hi OLDEST DAILY la the
J. Klugdom--,',I'ne Lntly Bulletin.'
B. I. EHLBES & CO,
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND ARE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Seduced Prices I
-SPECIAL BARGAINS OP-
Remnants in All
Just Received a
I M. ..I.WMII I .1. P-i.
By this next steamer the Leading Milli
nery House of Chas. J. Fishel will receive
an Entire New Stock of Goods. Notice of
opening will be given.
Pacific Hardware Co., I'd,
ST HARGAlNS-i Now
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prires than ever before. New invoice of
SHELF-HARDWARE, PLOWS k GEE IERCBAND1SE.
Just Ueci ived
JVovoltioM iud Fancy Goods, In JL.ni-ero "Variety.
Morioun i hui eli,
tine heiiltli locnllM, quiet nelL'bliorhiioil
inquire of ' A. VOGEL,
H ti At l-'d. HnffTh1iii-(!(.r .V L.u.'-.
. H)MFOUTBLY Fu iii-1..
$$& yj d Rooms Hoard if re.
'SKSjfra. quiieil. Apply at " hiiinbc-
ain lloiii-e" King Mruo', opposite Kn-
iuli'io -emiii irj. 184 t
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
NICW (.'uiindir Ciu
liauo 1u i flnMiHi
aud band onii-K liimmeil
ii tlrsi eias- Myir inu-t lie iinmcdialel;
oltl iucl"-eui uh-ignment. eau besic'i
t w . H Piil'i''. ci ria.e roiiiufaeiurN
No. 128 Fort trcet.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
flOPIES i f the Hawaiian Directm
J for 1888 9 recently published by
me VeKi-uney Ulnuiory Co for snle
1'iice $3 00.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage For Stile Cheap.
aToi.Y Uotlage, nearly
uctv, containing parlor,
uiiinji.roiirn, t bedrooms, kit-
rn lunlitonm and watcr.ctoet, veraii
iik siiibln, wagoii-sUcd, chicken house
ti'l yard, tin lt gartii'ti, t te. Lot USx
00 ieei, ami leati(T lot mlj ihiint; 15.7
mi. Situ lie at Kapalmiia, niaiiUa bide
il ivln stieel. Apply nt
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging House.
uNG established in a de.
hIiiii.Io local il v in llono.
lulu, with u it-xolreti icuaeof
yours at low rental Is ofl'ereil, (on
hi eo i-t of ill-healih), without bonus, t
uny tmyiui: tli-f lurniiimt at a lair
valuation, ibuiu are 2-1 room-ou i lie
picinii-c well furnished, yielding a
lianilsomo revenue. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Two Valuable Lots,
Situate on Kulaokahua Plains to
'uul un uurciu nil sirtrL linn nmnii ti
148,4 le t. Cottngo now occupied b
il r. I). Lyons.
Lot So. 84 on taU map with liouv
ami out. buildings and line fruit and
hudo tries This lot fronts on Young
sti cii 10l.fi feet and has a dentfi
ofJ48.4 feet and adjoining lot 107 at
the i ear, '
These lots adjoin that valuable pro
peny owned and occupied by Mr. W.
Ataertens, and aro the ptoperty of Mft.
SISTTlu-y will be told either in parcel
or us a whole. !for fiulher information
a-i h to avm. o. surru,
201 tf Attorney tor Nanoy Wirt.
m Estate !
Lot No. 107 on Government map
of hulaokahua Plains, with cotiage and
oui.bulldines, t-huilu nw4;Cjiol(,o f'uit
Ines. This lot lias a frontage ol lOL'i
Fresh Lot of
Lino of B BARGAINS
M TIOE to CREDITORS.
VI R. P. WILH&LM, oi Ws.imea,
l'JL Kauai, Jinvim. made an as-ign-
out toil.e undo Mjined'lor ihu beiiL-flt
it bis eieditors, ull ptusoos having any
aiiiis ugiift Mint F. Williclin ate
her"ly lequcled lo picent the s-iine to
tho un lirsigueil at ihe oltlceol H. H.,ck
tplfl Ar. (Ui. witlllll tlltm. tmniili.. ,.-..tT.
date, anil all peisons indebted to mi id
r. wiinejin inu r quesieu to make lm.
mediate p uiunl to Mr. W. D. tiehmid t
at Viiimei. or to
J. F. IIACKFrLD,
A8ignPO ot F. ilhelm.
Honol .I .Minings 18tU. :Oi 7t
Removal of Barber Shop.
MP. JARDIM hiu removed his
-hop li m Kin it s-ticet to McCar
thy's Billiard Parlors-, Foit i-ticet, wheie
m; is piepand to suve with lho best
cure and neatness the avocation of his
ri. Solicits the Hnil palronaye of all.
ml. 23 8H1 v
AH. ROWAT, Veterinary Surgeon,
. ofllcct and phmimic ut Hawaiian
Hotel -tables, rorner Hotel and R'chaid
streets, hciemific treatment in all dis
eases of demesne animals Orders for
plantation and ranch stock promptly
attended to. Miituul Tehphono 354,
P. O Boi 32(1. nih.18-89
Clul) House Dim Room
King Street. .
Having secured the services of a
First lnsN ook
And made mnn other changes in the
management wo are now pre
pared to put tip tho
Best Bill of Fare in Honolnlo.
198 3m ,
Real Balbriggun Hosiery !
Caution to Purchasers.
AH Hosiery enportid from Balbrlggan,
Ireland, by Smyth & Co (L'd), has, this
Trado Mark on each article.
D I v
By an Act of Parliament lately rasfed
It ! made a felony to use ihe word Baj.
hrigguu on goods not manufactured
ihere either by stamping on goods,
wrapper, labol or ticket, unless the
place whore m mufactured is also stated
In equally large letters as tho word
SMYTH & CO, (L'd),
The Original liulbriggan llo.-iers,
Per W. O, Sproull,
I have now on hand a Largo Assort
In all colors and Miles,
8. ecjally mi lo to my order and paterp,
20 tf W. O. MJPBOIJUU
hj- &LiM&&!$M &,;-'':
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