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Motlcc to the Delinquent Tax-Payers.
On and after to-day, the 8th of
Apiil, all Titxea will bo payable at
the Tax Assessor's OQice in the Kn-
No ten per cent chargo will bo
made, unless, n. warrant has been
issued or a suit commenced against
the person or firm wishing to pay.
0. A. BROWN,
Assessor and Collector of Tuxes fwr
the Island of Oahu.
218 lw 83 It
Dkpartmest or Finance, )
Honolulu, April 1, 18S9.J
The following linens have been
appointed Assessors and Collcctoia
of Taxe for the respective Taxation
Divisions of the Kingdom, in accord
ance with an Act to amend and regu
late the Lav, lelming to tin1 appoint
ment ami tenuio of oilieo of Tax
Afctessot and Tax Collector, and tiie
AefrCsMiient and Collection of Tuxes,
approved the 21a d.iy of August,
A. D. 18S8:
C. A. HKOWN, let Division, Island
II. U. TJIEAIWAY, 2nd Dbibion,
Inland of Maui, Molukni, and Lunui.
HF-UBEK I' V. AUSTIN, Did Divi
sion, Nhtud of llnw.iii.
JOrfKl'll K. PAULEY, lib Divi
sion, Isl.mdb of Kuu.ii and Niihau.
W. L. OKKEN,
Minister of Finance.
Minister of Foreign Affairs.
L. A. Thuuston,
Minister of Interioi.
C. "W. Ashford,
212 lm 82 Jt
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1889.
The London "Post" of March 4th
has an irifetiuctive article on coffee.
It would appear that the decline in
the supply of the article from the
Dutch East Indies is earnestly en
gaging the attention of the Dutch
Government, with the Tiew of cheek
ing it if possible. Relative to this
matter the "Post" says:
"For some years past there has
been a great falling off in the quality
and quantity of the coffee produced
in tins Dutch Ka't Indies, where the
berry is cullu: i u : anuf latterly the
decline hab In iiifi so M-rious that
a Commission h.is been appointed,
under the presidency of M. Canne,
to consider the decadencu of the
Government plantations in Java and
Sumatra, and suggest means for im
proving them. Ourprincipal supply
of coffee, as most people are aware,
is derived, not from the islands of
the Eastern Archipelago, held by
Holland, but from Brazil, which, in
deed, glows nearly as much as all
other coffee-growing countries com
bined. But the quality of that
produced everywhere in the New
World is greatly infetior to the
growth of the East; and since gen
uine Mocha is almost unobtainable
nowaday, and the coffee gardens
of Ceylon aie being grubbed up to
make room for the more, profitable
tea plantations, it is to Java and
.Sumatra that coffee di inkers must
look in the future for a Mipply of
really good beans at a reasonable
price, and these, as every house
holder ban no doubt discovered,
have been deaier and more and
more dillicult to obtain in the last
two or thiee years. Allotting for
the effects of the disease which has
attacked the coflee sluub in many
parts of the East, whore it has long
been biiccesslully grown, it is still
dillicult to account for the extraor
dinary decadence of the Dutch
plantations, bearing in mind the
peculiar conditions under which
coffee culture is carried on in both
Java and Mimatra. It Is not, as in
any other part of the world, an in
dustry in which people may or may
not eng.ige jiii-t as they please.
Coffee cultivation is compulsory in
the two islands. 'Every head of a
family, every villager, is obliged to
cultivate a hpceitk'd number of trees
each year, lie is compelled, more
' over, to plant a certain number of
youiij fchrubs every season, to rtplaco
old ones no longer profitable, or in
bearing, and a large staff of Dutch
Inspectors oupervleea the culture,
and "cos that duo compliance is
made with the several prescriptions
of tho law. And neglect in any
particular is punished with the
utmost rigour and severity."
The "Post" is of opinion that "if
fino .Tumi and Sumatia coffee is now
expensive, conipaiatively speaking,
and dillicult to obtain, it is because
the antiquated system of compul
sory cultivation in vogue in the isl
ands, the expense cntailid by method
of storage, and the. army of olllcials
required to superintend the indus
try combine to make it so. This is
the moic to bo legtcUcil as there is
good reason to believe that thu fall
ing off in the consumption of coffee,
in England especially, i9 due ralhor
to the fact that really good and well
prepared coffee is so rarely to he
had, than to any lack of apprecia
tion on the pail of Englishmen of
the meiits of the genuine berry.
Somehow few people in this country
can discriminate between ordinary
and inferior qualities of tea, while
the coaisest palates seem readily to
distinguish good from bad coffee,
and will, theiefore, have nono of
The "Post" thinks that "it is a
pity that coffee is not more generally
consumed, for it is an undoubted
fact that those who arc habitual
coffee drinkers very seldom care for
spirits. Iudeed, it lias been pointed
out thai in those paits of South
America where coffee is the recog
nised beveiage drunkenness i3 ex
tremely rate, and even emigrants
who have brought with them a love
of alcohol abandon it and take to
coffee in preference, owing to its
stimulating effect upon the brain
and neive centres. Still, in spite of
our insular preference for tea, the
number of people who appieciate
really good coffee is by no means
insiguilicant here, and on their
account it i3 to be hoped that the
attempt of the Dutch Government
to prevent the further decay of its
East Indian plantations may prove
as successful as the Hollanduis
themselves would desiie."
The scai city of good coffee, reg
retted by the English wiiter quoted
above, should furnish a stimulus
to the people of these islands, to
greater efforts at cultivation. It is
conceded by competent judges that
the coffee grown in this country is
fully equal to the best Java or
Sumatra aiticle, and i9 sine always
to fetch top pi ices in the foreign
market. Moreover, theie is every
piospectof high prices tor years to
LETTER FROM WASHINGTON
A gentleman well known in Hono
lulu, who left here a few mouths
ago for the Pacific Coast, writes us
th.e following letter from Abeideen,
Gray's Ilaibor, Washington State,
under date of March 29. The let
ter is self-explanatory, and is deem
ed of sufllcient interest to a sufll
cient number of readeis for publica
'l UK I.UTTKK.
Aftur visiting almost every town
and city in Oregon and Washington
State, I have at last luado the icsolve
to live in this place for thu following
leasons: 1st, Gray's Harbor is tho
heat baibor north of the Golden Gate,
until yon reach the StraitH of Fueca
or Pugot Sound.
2d, The hurboi is 700 miles ne.iii'i
San Francisco and the I'.icilie isl
ands than tjte Sound County.
3d, Tlio towage and pilotage is only
$30 hcio.while it is fiom $300 to .1000
on tho Columbia lliver and on the
1th, The bar siciosh the uoithof
the mouth of the harbor is 22 feet at
lowest water, and is said by all of the
captain to bo thu safest entrance on
Coast north of tho Golden Gate.
fill), The lesouiei's of the country
hero are coal, in the greatest abund
ance, iron ore, the very best and
largest body of timber anywhere in
the United States.
Gth, Tho salmon fishing hem at.
good as any whore in tho world, be
sides many other Jieh the entire yeai.
Any ono 0.111 catch ten or twelve fii-h
in an hour at almost any pluco in
tho luiiboi, and tho w.ileis aio alive
with front, tMidimu, etc., etc.
7th, Tho ngi (cultural lands hid un
Hiiipiiesed anywhere in tho world.
Tlioio in plenty of woik for all will
ing hands. Land is compuiutivuh
Three railioadB are building for the
Harbor, and within a year tho conn
tiy around the Ilaibor will bo swarm
ing with piople. They aio coming
in now at the into of fiom f)0 to 150
a day. Money is icry scuico licet,
as oery dollar in either put into
land, Intuitu- or fishing. However,
capital is coming in rapidly and soon
wu will have onu of the most healthy
giowths backed by all of thu gieat
natural advantages that wo have
ever seen outsido of Chicago, 111.
The climate io excellent, not too
cold nor too w.uin, and plenty of
rain, but not too much fo( fanning
purposes. I will gladly answer any
question that yon or any of our is
land people wixuld like to ask in ic
gold to Washington State,
THE DAILY BULLETIN -'Ihe
niest popular papir published.
Tho undersigned desires to respect
fully present to the general public
that ho came hero as n professional
acionaut, under contract to Messrs.
Pratt and Abbott, and lor the pur
pose of making balloon ascensions
nnrt paiachuto jumps. Ilo has
faithlully endeavored to carry out
his portion of the contract, and by
the successful ascension made on
Saturday, April Gth, from Punch
bowl, passing over Honolulu in full
sight of all and landing on the outer
icef, claims that he has proved his
ability and willingness to perform
the dangerous duties, and that the
charge of fraud or humbug cannot
be laid to him.
Messrs. Piatt and Abbott made
but one attempt to forward his in
terests in management and that was
on the memorable occasion at Kn
piolani Paik, the monies then re
ceived being taken by tho parties
named and no accounting ever yet
being made to him. Since then
.Messrs. Pratt and Abbott have en
gaged in business for thsmselves
and allowid the undersigned to man
age himself. By this act of theirs
the undersigned deems the original
contract broken and now declines
that he lins no fuithcr connection in
business with Messrs. Pratt and
Abbott, that they are in no way an
Unitized to make arrangements for
him in any of his professional busi
ness, nor are they entitled to any
share or profit in any of his future
ascensions or paiachuic jumps.
Pkof. E. L. Mr.ivii i.i:,
Honolulu, April 15, 1881).
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Closing Out Sale
Jewelry I Clocks!
Hy order of Vr. ihx Jukiirt, I v. Id ell
at PuiiUe Miction, 'ii bifc toon,
l?i ibel sire, t,
On Thursday, April 25,
AT l 0't'l.Ot'H. A. 3t..
FIi4 Eniire block uf (5ooils, innipri inga
fine s oiiniLiil ut
Cluster DIAIOMlis !
Dlnmonil 55 u.it l-itti,
l'e i tun-, i I IMIlJJS,
(mid liiiiiclii .V l-ru'den,
A Laige AMiOitineiit of
GOLD and SILVER JEWELRY,
Biorcho, bijring''&Klccre lhtttona,
Silver Plated "Ware,
'IV i nl C' flVi ti'tv
'loili I !Su-, He AKo,
FANCY DECORATED CLOCKS,
L.iigi 1 ot (il Wo l ! r.nne (.1 uks,
ihow Ca-efe, Shi U.iijj ii I'lxiuies,
Ons Large 8ron Sate !
Ktc., . Ktc, Ktc, Etc.
ESSfBi'ii fiiitur ih'tt .til (JoikIk must be
f-oiii leg.udluvJ of origi S,il uiliil i biince
fur hai gains'.
. sr 1.1
"'HIS afternii' n on Furl or IC nir
Mrei l. batnun Kibln-IV siore mill
I'n'iiinn, i pitci' ol UlncU riguitd bilk.
Itcluin to Mr. Aiii 01 i b.lllie ij3.ri ti
t HOLD L cket. euti.iviiig on bull
"in1 He. Aloha lltini." Atijnnu
ii'tiiin. gi-.itneio lit'i.i.i'.i Oll.c-1'-) ill
be t". w ii rd. 22.S Ji:
Bib Best Hoi Cross Bis
t'nn 1 e had ai -
On Good Friday,
April !, IS,",
From 6 a. m, until 0 p. m.,
And ivl'l b. -I I i vend
I4JCO IIO V
To -in j pirt of the cit.
Send in Your Oi'di-rs fihuly.
HAVING biiuulu Hon. C. II. Dickey V
dine t I'ain, laMiwuo. Maul. I
) c In M1 ult Ibi ..it rni.iifru ot II c ic-i
deiit-, pti'iiili-ln'.' to hive ulwi-ii eo J
f lock uf iiiiw gnobi on liiiud, uhiuli I
l Hell Hi piiCt'rl II NlliMllll llllll'-
25 U (.- It Gi'O. I1KINKMANN.
.NOTJCE uf KKAIOYAIi.
T W. McGUIItH Imvlug moviil hi
J pb c.i ot bi.hiuu h irum the otlico
of the liuw'til'iu Triimfer ("o. to thu
hurfic? fhep of F I'lulpV, No 02 King
flriet, l.egs.to notif) his friend and ibe
jtiihllo ii-ni'r.ill.v that ho lb ii'iidy to con.
tiiiiui ilie expiei-. ami ilt.iv bualnci-H
under the iiumu ot J, W. McGuire, Bi-11
Telephone-No. 111. 224 Ut
Auction Silos by James F. -Morgan.
By order of Air. Clu. 11. .Imld, I will
sell at Public Auctinn, ut my
Hulc4ii()in, Qui en slieet.
On WEDNESDAY, April 17th,
AT 1SJ O'CLOCK XOOX.
Tlio folio ilng superior Mimic
1 Bay Stallion "Boswell Woodburn,"
Shed bj Uoswcll, slio of Ahaonl;
11 1 md inn Lilly t ooilburn.
i Black Stallion "Charcoal,"
Hired by Triumph, (sire or t'iis-.In
M. Cbiy, Jr,); tlrt ilmu l (.'nptam
! ipiiiipli, first dam by
Sired by Spraydon.
Large Bay Mare "Puss,"
Sired by General Knov,
dam Sue or Tl'-ilulo Mate.
Also, I Ladies Phaeton
SSS' All lln nlmve tjtin k with the
cxciiiii.n of ''Iviiill In,'' ii i-o bioki'n
lmrm-3-'. ami uiili liic exception of ihu
"Bitckikin Stallion," who all bicil .it
FOR SALE ?.t AUCTION
Ou Wednisihiy, Apiil 17Ui
AT ta O'Ct.KOH K.V.
At" in- s.iletior m, Qj(.eii lieet, I ivill
ai nil in- . .c inn, ijiu tol.
loAitig Hoise I oli:
x tt-fiozsn i.-j orse :
ltioUcn to Ultimo mid b.nlil'i.
Shed liy ICing Willi mi, out of a
1 Brown lEECorse !
IJiolcu'i 10 II irn. 8 and Saddle.
8! el by Ltuitlilo, out of a Native
1 S5oxr -1 TT Jk. I IS !
1'ioUen to Saddle.
FSVE COLTS !
I!v .iu Imported Million, out of
Nntiv Maret. Not bundled or
T ". MM
Foi fuithcr pirtii'ulitrs apply to
JAS. V. MO It G AN,
Or to Ci.cn. Uuow.s.
N0T1CE0F SALE !
BY vlittie of ii pow l of Fileeoiitiiiiid
iu a t'i'it.iiii luirluig'' deed )i veil
by .1. I) I', noimi h headnn, ut North
Roll i hi, Hawaii, da'ed Odnliii 10 lbb7,
and iceiirded hi l.iln i 110, iae.c l.B, and
in piiiauai ( u ! nutiie ol tnieulioii in
foreclose lieiilofine pulilislied, there
will bo b Id at l'ub.ie Aueliov, by las
F. ilo gin, viiuiiiium t, at Jus tdnles
room. Quel a btn it, ijniiolulu,
On MONDAY, April 2S)tli,
AT VZ O'CLOCK .VOO.V.
All and Singular the Premises,
Conveyed by i-aid mortgage deed
li All lliiiae l'rniI-(8 Mutated at
Lalimiki K i. uipubu, Kolribt, Hawaii,
and tnn"i ainciilnily iiei-ciilinl in L.
C. A 88SH to Kikiiioiu i-iintuiaing tin
aioi of ii aeri; anu mii:- id '0 mi d
J. I). I'onin'tii bj ile"d id sai ' Ivttknlohc
leu'irded in l.lliei 85. puge 47.1.
2ll All tbo-e Premise described
in . U. A. S 5)2, to Koapinnolui, con
taiiiiiu an aria ol Hi '.t lOaoies, logelher
1 Wooden Building Thereon,
And c ni eve 1 io Haul .1. I). Pononul hi
ii id ol Kcialin it ai, In i a of i"i'td
granite rrconle in Liber 52, pnpe 172
And all this iliibts and privilege to tliu
W. C. cm nil" ti.'i for iiiiirtigei'
loiolulu, V ril 12, ihtK
,1AS. V. MOltGAN,
"ipoiI A ciionecr.
'PO purih"-o (jovi iiuiient Hum's to
1 lite mih. nut I 9.1,000. Mm'.v '
21- lw II. A. NIUEMANN.
1 POSITION a giiVi'iniBs, coin I'.in Ion
ft liuiiiel eijier, li a Only mint'y
I urn iliuciuU'j. Aildum "L. I'," this
ullleu 2i4 iw
iM e. A IIOUriK ufihSlurcunnil
t'y,''H XX 2 mii ii 1 1 iii m 4 whli kin
6uMJE Hun and
bath'' out uttaeliid
on Aliihtn klrcet,
ppodto Dr. Ale
WayneV. A lib to John L'ook. on ..te
inlhi-a, nr ai ildt. olllce 219 l'
V OKNTLB Horso,
v suitai'ie for lutly.
Ih broken to burners
mid nuldle. Call or
'- uddtoistbibomce. Bill
VakMflJkj Stock !
Auction Salo by James F, Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
Carriages & Brakes
On Wednesday, April 17,
.IT I O'CLOCK xoox.
In front of my Snlevo m, Queen sttert,
:dtur I lm s'llt- of St illions k, oltt,
I will -ell ut I'llMic Auc
tion Willi 'in tC'Xrvi',
4 Chicago Road Carts !
1 Honolulu Pntml Sli ifi Hralu-,
1 Top Urnki lt!i Pindern,
OiSlQ TOP' BUGGY !
2 I'l'iclon. 1 Uatrlagi',
3 Family Carriages !
1 Double Sent Muggy, ami
D.-ccoml lluiiil liiiugict.
Am tliiiu it
NOTICE jof SALE.
1Y vlituo of a power of sale eont dii-
in a eei lulu murtgago deed given
by A. Moigan of Uonoltihi, Oahu, to
Hisliop and Comniii , of sdd Honolulu,
dated duly 23, lbS8, and rccoided hi the
Hogistl'i of Deeds in said lIounliilu,ln LI.
her 113, on pages ut), 100 and 101, and hi
pursuance of notlee of intention to fote
closu betetofoiu published, tbcie will
be sold at ublic Auction by .ins K.
loman, Auctioneer, at his Milraioom,
mi Queen street, tlonoluhi,
On SATURDAY, April 20th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX,
All and b1iigul.il- the Piemises conveyed
by said mortgage deed, namely :
1'l hat Cei tain Piece of Land pur
chased by said Moigin from W C Aehi.
by deed dated aiiuaiy 10. 188i, and re
cot tied in Libel U7, page 51.
2 That ertain Piece of Land pur
chased by t-ald Moig.in from W i ' chl.
by deed dated Apt 113. 1880, and lecord
ed in Liber , pJge .
3--All the right, title, interest and
i state of the sa it Moig.in, in and to a
Ceitaiti Lease to him made by said W
C Aehi, Dec 10. 1S80, and leeorded iu
IHsliOl' & t O., Mortgageees.
Honolulu, JUaicli 30, IH80.
JAS. F. MOltGAN,
225 4t Aiiuliintter.
NOTICE 0F SALE 1
BV virtue of power of sale contained
inaccitaiii moitgage deed given
by James Ke.itt, of Honolulu, Uulin, to
Hislioji & Co., of said Honolulu, dated
.June H, 18SJ, and iccoided In the Re-
Kiitiy of Uieds, in s.dd Honolulu, in
Liber HI, on ptuc 102, lull and 104; and
in puisti.ince of notice of intention to
foieclusc hoictofoie publihed, there
vlll be sold at Public .Miction by Jas F
Moig.in, Auctioneer, athisfr.ilesiooni on
Queen stieet, Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, April 20th,
AT lii O'CI.OUIC XOi'S,
All and ilngiil.ii- the piemises conveyed
by said moi (gage deed, namely:
Certain Tract or Parcel of Land
Lyug (-itiMtc and being In Aala, Hono
lulu, aud moiep iticulailv du ctibed in
It V No. 5051 (L C wind 1087 to Ulil
oa) together with all the buildings and
iinpioiements ti)on tlie Mime.
IUS1IOI' & LO., Mortgageeb.
Houoliil i, Match SU, 1689.
NOTICE OF SALE !
BY vhtue of a iiower of s.tle con
tained in a lci tain mortgage deed,
and given by 6 AI iwiaukai, of Honolulu,
Oahu, to Bishop & Co., of said Hono
lulu, dated November 10 18SC, ud le
eotded lit the ItigMty of Deeds, in
said Honolulu, iu Liber 100, on pages
427, 4L'tf and 420. and in pursuance of
notice of intention to foieelose ln-icto-foie
publifehcii, there will bo sold at
Public Aui'tion by James F Morgan,
Auctioneer, at his t-alesroom on Qu en
On SATURDAY, April 20th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX,
All and singular th piemises conveyed
by said moitgiige deed, namely:
1 All those pieinlMis situate a Kala-
ivahhic, Honolulu, ..foieMiitl, more par
tieulailv defccribcd in deed of Johu Elm
to .1 it Kaankal and W U Aehi, dated
July 27, 18(J0, reeoided in Liner 100,
pages -125, ,20 aud 427; and said moit
gu,or Kaaukal ela ins to own the whole
of said piemises by virtue of said deed
and by deed uf said . O. Aehi, dated
tho II th day of November, -188C, re
eoided in Liber , page .
2 All t e, undivided one-i alf of gald
mortgagor S M Kaankal hi those pre
mises rlliiJte at Pmil.olc, Kohala, Island
of Hawaii, 111016 pailieularly desetibed
hi Hoynl i atent No. 23U2 (.0), to Kaa o
and I'.ihale, containing an aiea of 8
aeies; said moigiigorelaliiis to own said
one-half iu fee tdiuplc, as sun and sole
heir-at-law of said l'ahalo by Kuwul
lau, bis wife.
3 11 the undivided one-linlf of the
said mortgagor In those pioiuises situ
ate at hnpala, Koolaulua, Island of
Oahu. moio piutieulaily described in
Hoyal Patent 0501, L O owaid 10,780 to
l'liua, conialiiiiigan area of 1 122-1000
aeies, and being the same premises con
veyed to Mild iiioitgagoi- by vhtue of a
deed fiom .Kaolulo, dated 25th June,
188C, leeoided In Liber , page .
BISHOP & t O., AIortgHgees.
Houohilu, Alaich 0, 188'J.
JAS. F. MOltGAN,
830 4t Auctioneer,
Tlie Finest Assortment
Ladies', Misses' fc Ohildron's Untrimmed Hatu,
Fiiio Freiicli Flowers, Faacy Rli, Oinmib, Laces,
WILL BE EXHIBITED
This TuoHday, Wednesday and the Rest of This Week.
Wo liavo imported the finest class of Millinery, regardless tho cost,
knowing thu liiBle tf Honolulu ladies. Tho ladles ure
cordially invited to inspect our goods.
CHAS. J. FSSHS ,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Koit & Hotel sis.
B. F. EELEBS & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AltE OFFERING
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
-SPECIAL BARGAINS OF-
Remnants in AH
Just Received a
HAKGAINS -& Now
BEALBaTATE FOR SxLE.
Vii UABLC Lot at the
c met of Fort mid
clnul bttcets, oiei" Ja of an
tore with mi" '"clinge. Vpplv to
?14 tf ,T. SI. VIVAS.
ROOMS TO LET
jjjtt. flOMFOliTUlLY Ku ni-h.
iWft 'd ltix'iu-. Hnard it te.
& united. Ajinli at "I banibct.
tain Hom e," King -lied, opposite Ka
wainhno -cininarv '84 tf
Furnished Kooius To Let
5fr ",,',','N pliiiiani Knnin to
'""jAMj J ei n the Miirev H'ous.0,
SSiSSal r lemly oi eu( it tl by m K ,
on I'uni'bl'Owl ttcet opposite the N"rtli
Pncilic Itihtiiute. 2i-s tin
'pO do Imu ew'oili in n piivale faui'li
1 by a cup ib. f swetli It liitl h"i
It is giiod ricoinini-tul'itioiis frciiloinn r
empbi rrf. Apph at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
210 1 ,
Carriage For .Sale Cheap.
i f.W ', utiitidi r On-.
mine lu-i ii-ii-hid
.mil band omil t itiiiiitd
tu ursi elm -iy'i- iii.i-.t be lmuicdH ely
-Id to cbi-e -in ui-Mgnmiiit, can buien
t W. It. 1'ngi ' cu'riajic muiufactury,
No. 128 Fori -treel.
HAWAIIAN UUMNUSS AGENCY.
Cottago For tSalo' Clieap;
XSTOi.Y Ootiage, neaily
lien, coiititiuing parlor,
uiiim loom, 4 bedroomu, Kit-
encii, liiillnniiui and Haur.elo-.et, eran
das, Btable, w.ig u.slied, elm ken hoitt.c
lidyaid, lb er gulden, i tc. Lot !l
100 I eel, and lea-eit lot i.dj ditilig 15x.7
tuei. Siluiiie at Kapabo. a, mauka side
nf lilni: st'i'i i. pb at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging: House.
MJ i's.ab)ilied in a do.
-mi e locality in Hono
lulu uilh ui.ixpired lease of
$14 yours at low rental U oll'ured, (on
iilco i-t of ilbbeiilth), iihotil bonus, to
party ouyin th.t tiiiuiiuiii ui a tair
valuation. bcio urn LM roontn on the
piemi is well fiirmslicd, yiLlding a
hand i mo 'hvhiiiih ipnlv in
HAWAIIAN BU-INESS AGENCY.
1HE partoersl ip litretoforo existlnn
beiui'i'tiAI. N. Saiiduiri mil F. I.
0 t er under tlie mum of Sander' h
piiM-Ci bun b. on diHs-olvcd. The Imi fi
in t8 will lie cai i led on b AI. N. Saiidcia
ns heretofore. F. 1. Cuttei is nolautbo.
rUed to collect mi) monies due the Ann,
either on the express business or lor the
cartage of lutibleh.
200 lm M. N. BANDBIIS.
'po all whom it um copceru: I, the
1 underpinned, he oby give notice
licit my wile, Mrs. Fmiiui Aloiati, has
left my bed an I bund, without an) jmt
causu oi- piniueatioii. 1 have laken
uood cam of bui and our chibben,
clothed litem, but it w..s nnt uf ni.y iibe,
bho was bound to go astuy and leave
me. Thuiloit-, I henby c.iuuoi, ever
B'oro OAiur of uvmy uuilomilliieu in
this Kingdom, not to triiht her on ni
at com t. Any debis conducted by her,
1 w.H no bo respon Iblo for the paino.
t bhe eiiipioy ait aimriiey, I ill not
t n his f. vr. All d lit ci.iiirucu d b.. hir
u 11 b on your own lioiilduit.
Kopati, Kauai, April 0, 1689. 22Q tt
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New hnolcc of
SHELF-HARDWAM, PLOW.S k GEFL IICHAUSE.
Novel tioH mid 111.1103- G oocIh, In Ln.i-;fj Vju-ii'ty.
4 StylM lieu
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
Line of j- B MtG
S'TJIT'S Genuine Midlothian Oatmeal
in 14 lb. tins. For sale bv
BKOWX & I O.,
28 Alei chant street.
Nh Flt.cIsco, Cat..,
Febiuaiy 19, 18' 9. J
WVj hen with tettily that Alessrs.
Dodd & Aliller arc our dub au.
Iboiizul and milj agen-s for the Ha.
Milium Ihhitids foi the sale of our Lager
III CI i" Keg .
JOHN W1ELAND BREWING CO.,
UO it John tl. Wieland bios.
Keiuovtil of Barber Shop.
MP. JAKD1A1 lta. lemoved his
-hop iiuin Kiiur f-treet lo AlcCar
Hii'b Billiard Putlors, Fort ttreet, tvbeie
be is picpai-'d to uve -with the best
eate and nLaliic-s the avocation ot his
an Solicits the kind putronnge of all.
AR.ROWAT, Vitcrinary Surgeon,
olllce and liaimaev alHawuiian
Hotel -niblcs outer Hotel and Rlchaid
Mteits. '-ciemific trealmcnt in all dU.
cii-e ot dun. tin' unlinala Oruera for
pbinlali' n and itiiieh uoek promptly
iiteinhd I-.. Sltilual Tt-nplinnn 8.14,
P. O Box H20. nih.18.89
Club Uouse Biuii Room
Having secured the si l vices of a
X'ic-Mt l'luss Cook
And intidij man other cbniigcs in tho
management we aie now pre-
paiid to put up the
Best Bill of Fare in Honolu.
Caution to Purchasers.
AM Hosiery exportul from Balbr'gjan,
Ireland, by Smyth & Co. (J-'d), Into this
Trade Mark on each article.
By un Act of Piiiliauu nt lately passed
it if made a felony to m.o the ioid Bal.
briggim on goods not mannfaetured
there, either by etiiiiiplng on goods,
wrapper, labol or ticket, unless tho
place whcie maiiufnctured is also Mated '
in equally huge letters as tho vord
SMYTH & CO. (LM),
TheOr'glnil Ualhiiggan llo-icrs,
Per W. O. Bproull.
I have now on lis ml a Large Assort
In all colore aud si) Its,
Specially xaji .e to my order and pattern,
201 tf W. C. SFROVLI