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Seak-d tenders will lie received nt
the Interior OHlco until MONDAY,
June 3, 1889, nt 12 o'clock noon, for
widening the Lower Nuunnu Bridge.
Plans nnd specillcations for the
"Work can be seen nt the office of the
Superintendent of Fublic Works.
The Minister of the Interior does
not bind himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
L. A. THURBTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Inlorior Office, May 31, 1889.
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Pledged to ncithtr Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JUNE 1, 1889.
IIj (Jnlllt-o II.
1 deal with stars in the
social, economical, and
The world moves. If it didn't
Waikiki would conic to us (nt the
rate of two dollars a head), instead
of wc making the round tu'p on the
tram at twenty cents.
The tramway people are supposed
to be very sharp in business. But
I have seen them lose 1,000 live
cent pieces every Saturday after
noon since the baseball season open
.ed, because their enterprise is not
equal to the occasion, either before
or after the game.
If Y. M. and Y. W. Christianity
is to be promoted by means of ama
teur theatricals, the Association hall
.should be remodelled for the pur
pose. It is not right to take door
money for a performance hidden be
hind a barricade of Gainsborough
or other lofty feminine head gear.
T hear a irood deal of svnmathv
expressed for the fellow who bit
Captain Larsen's car off. Since that
episode, however, it is a wonder if
the dogs, that are satisfied with nip
ping at people's heels, are not dis
posed to commit suicide in disgust
;it being outbruted. I don't know
tvIio began the quarrel, but, if the
Captain was the aggressor, the
courts arc fair and give redress to a
humble citizen as soon as to a police
man any day.
A hash house keeper has com
plained bitterly to me that, every
once and again, a church society of
one or another denomination comes
down ("like a wolf on the fold" he
doubtless felt like adding), to scoop
up the ducats the competition for
which costs him a heavy license fee
to the Government. The society
pays for no license, does in fact an
unlicensed business, besides begging
much of the stock that legitimate
caterers have to buy. I think the
hashman does well to be angry, and
should complain to Mr. llassiugcr.
The apostolic way of raising the
"needful" was not by desultory
trading of the church as a body, but
by claiming a freewill tribute of
church members from the profits of
their regular vocations.
It makes me wild to sec thut the
Government didn't move when it
should, at the time the tramway
rails were being laid out the I'alamn
road. Tho windward side is always
chosen by pedestrians on that high
way, because the dust blows from
them there while blowing upon them
on the opposite side. Now the tram
way has bqen laid on the windward
' side, where the ground is all needed
for a side path. The consequence
is that people, still choosing that
side for tho foregoing reason, have
their lives put in peril every quarter
hour by passing cars. When the
quarter hour service is in operation,
this danger will bo doubled. I un
derstood at the tiirio that the com
pany laid their rails thus in spile of,
and not by and with the advice and
consent of the Cabinet. In any
case it is a wrong upon the public.
Henry K. Perrino, who married
Mrs. Folsoin, the mother of lira.
Grover Cleveland, at Jackson, Mich.,
Monday, was a California 19er, and
clerked in a country store for 125
at Townsend'8 ranch. He left Cali
fornia In 1857, Tho bride nnd groom
are each CO years old,
Ailttilrnl Klmtierle.v IrmucH n lro
rlmunllon for lcnreThp Ailml
rnl Th null tlie llnllot ln---Iro-rrmllngN
or llcrlln fonrcfonro.
Our flle of the Snmoa Times to
April 27 hns been received by the
San FrnnolBco moil, also the follow
ing letter from Admiral Iviiuberly,
which explains itself:
April 25th, 1880. )
"To the Editor of the Honolulu
"My Duar Sin:
"I have to return thanks to you,
in the nnmeof the crews of the Van
dnlia, Nipslc and Trenton, for the
large number of the Daily lki.t.ivm
'Extra of April 12th, 1889. They
have been distributed among the
crews mentioned according to your
request. Very respectfully,
l'L. A. K1MBUIU.Y.
"Rear Admiral U. S. Navy, Com
manding U. S. Naval Force on
THE TIMES OPINION'S.
Editorials in the Times have a
tone of want of confidence in Prince
Bismarck's repudiation of Consul
Knappe's actions in Samoa. It re
fers to the Chancellor's previous ad
mission to the American Govern
ment that a state of war existed in
Samoa. It recalls the fact that
Commodore Heusncr was honored
on returning to Germany on taking
the legitimate King Malictoa there
a prisoner, and to the breach of
faith with America and England, as
well as Samoa, in establishing the
usurper, Tamasesc under German
control on the throne.
A correspondent of the Times be
lieves the Berlin conference was post
poned to give Bismarck an oppoi
tunity of avenging the loss of the
German sailors. He quotes the
proclamation of the German, British
and United States Consulsof 188G,
saying they never had recognised
Tamasesc, and calling on all the
people to return peaceably to their
homes. Then he asks who made
Tamasese the rebel King of Samoa
and broke up the municipal govern
ment. "Is there any trust," he
inquires, "to be placed in parties
who say one thing ami do another?"
The Vandalia sailors were much
disappointed when the Alameda sig
nalled that she had room for only
Some idea may be conceived of
the heavy sea during the gale on
Marcli 16th by tho formation of a
crescent shaped shingle bank about
150 yards in length and about -10
feet in width which has been thrown
up outside the entrance to the Vai
sigano River, forming a lagoon at
the mouth of the river. It is un
covered at high water mark.
While some of Mataafa's young
men were at Savaii for food they
made a pool of one dollar each for
pistol target shooting. One of them
wantonly shot the other. Relatives
of the deceased had "blood for
blood" by shooting the murderer.
The affair has caused ill-feeling be
tween two of Mataafa's principal
The two following proclamations
have been issued by the United
States Admiral :
"Notice! Sanioans! ("Memoran
dum. Apia, Samoa, April 17th,
1889. What the Samoans need most
is Peace amongst themselves. I
have therefore prepared a Paper
that can be signed by both parties
desirous of obtaining peace and es
Men who love their country bet
ter than themselves are Patriots.
Are there no Patriots in Samoa? I
should not like to believe it. This
paper I have written, only applies to
the Samoans themselves, not to for
eigners and strangers.
"Therefore it is as a Father speak
ing to his Sons: a happy family is
one that is united: a quarrelsome
family is weak and unhappy, and a
prey to sti angers.
"I have a great respect for a
brave people. The Samoans are
brave, but in keeping up this war
thc3r are not wise.
"If they wish to preserve their
country for their children they must
have peace and become united. A
man's life is but fehort, but a nation
lives many generations and the
country given by the Great Father
of all, should be preserved by the
fathers for the children.
"No one can deny facts, and this
is fact because it is true.
"L. A. KlMllI'.HLY,
"Rear Admiral, U. S. Nary,
"Commanding U, S. Naval Force
on Pacific Station."
"To tho Sainoan People. Samo
ans ! Your country is more import
ant to you than to straimers. There
fore serve it, hy becoming ono peo
ple j it is the only way to save it,for
"To this end, a mutual nnd gen
eral amnesty should he accepted by
all bearing arms.
"This amnesty should he honor
ed and kept in good faith by all
concerned, thereby bringing back
the blessings of Peace, Order, Good
will, and Prosperity to all Sanioans.
"Sanioans, bop;ne brothers and
friends, and bury tho war in so deep
a grave thnt it will sleep forever un
seen aud forgot.
"To Jove your country Is a duty ;
by bo doing you serve God and
"United, you will ilnnd,
Divided, yon must fall.
'An ye pow, so .hnll ye reap.'
"L. A. KtMiir.m.Y,
"Rear Admiral U. S: Navy,
'Commanding U. S. Naval Force
on Pacific Station."
ARRIVAL OK Smr-WKECKED CHEW3.
The British steamer Rockton ar
rived at San Francisco May 20th
direct from Samoa. She was hi
command of Captain Farquhar of
the Trenton, and brought Lieuten
ants Brown, Rcamy and Scott, Pass
ed Assistant Engineers Maiu, Gall
nnd Matthews, Chaplain McAllister,
Assistant Surgeon White, Boatswain
McLaughlin, Carpenter Fernold and
Sailmaker Boutwell of the Ticnton ;
Lieutenants Conlin, Wilson and Cul
ver, Ensigns Gibbons and Heath,
Chief Engineer Greene, Passed As
sistant Engineer Webster, and Sur
geon Harvey of the Vandalia, and
Ensign Field of the Nipsic. She
also had 303 men from the Trenton
and Ml from the Vandalia. Seven
officers and seventy-six men were
left at Samoa to finish the work of
Every one on board was found in
good health. The officers said the
trip up from Apia was pleasant
cnoutih but the Rockton was a slow-
going craft. The crews of the Van
dalia and Trenton, however, com
plained bitterly of the fare and ac
commodations. There were -I'M
sailors packed like sardines, over
70 had to sleep in hammocks on
deck, and the vessel was lllthy.
Half a dozen sailors were in irons,
officers said for insubordination in
Samoa, but their shipmates said
their offense was refusing to do any
woik about the ship under the Brit
ish Hag. The action of the Govern
ment in chartering a poor foreign
vessel, when there was time to send
a proper American ship, is severely
criticised at San Francisco.
The Rockton was towed by one
of the Oceanic S. S. Co.'s tugs to
Mare Island, where the shipwrecked
people received a hearty reception.
The Chronicle correspondent at the
navy yard describes the disgraceful
condition of the transport steamer.
An Apia correspondent says
Lieutenant Wilson had the greatest
difficulty in chartering a steamer,
and obtained the Rockton at Sydney
for 6,500 (about $32,000).
NOTES 1'ltOJl APIA.
Apia correspondence to May
1st was received. Admiral Kim
bcrly had in response to his pro
clamations received letters from
both Mataafa and Tamasesc. Mata
afa thankod the Admiral and de
clared the war at an end. Tama
sese said nothing of peace except on
terms of submission. The Admiral
declined to civc away his corre
spondence with Tamasese, before it
went before the State Department.
The correspondent had an inter
view with Mataafa, in which the
latter expressed a desire for a pro
tectorate by the United States.
Affidavits have been prepared
under direction of Mataafa and for
warded to Washington, declaring
that the Germans began tho fighting
in the December battle.
Tamasesc men in ambush shot at
and wounded two Mataafa men at
Native divers recovered the safe
containing 15,000 from the wreck
'of the German gunboat Ebcr, after
it had been exposed by exploding a
dynamite cartridge near it.
lhe new ruuiler lor the iNipsic
was in position, and that ship was
to sail for Auckland after the Alert
The British man-of-war Rapid
went out.for a cruise and annexed
the island of Suwarrow, about 400
miles east of Samoa. This was
done at the request of a resident of
Auckland who had a cocoanut plan
tation on the island.
Admiral Kimberly requests per
mission from the State Department
to issue rations to the natives, among
whom there is a famine owing to
the destruction of crops by the hur
ricane. Tin: iiuri.in coxrr.uuNCi:.
From Berlin, May 15, it is an
nounced that the sub-committee of
the Samoan Conference hnB decided
that the Municipal Council of Apia
shall comprise six members Ger
many, England and the United
States each to appoint a member,
the other three members to be elect
ed by residents of Apia. A des
patch of the 18lh cites this as a con
cession won by the American com
missioners against the Gerinnn plan
of having one man in control at
Apia, he to be appointed jointly by
tho three Governments.
It was thought that besides tho
tripartite government, the restora
tion of Malietoa as King was as
sured. Indemnity for Germans
killed had not come tip, nor the
question of Klein's participation in
The indemnity matter was to be
left to what is known as the work
ing commission, consisting of I)r,
Kranel, Assistant Secretary of State
for Germany, and Scott and Bates,
to which Crowe and Phelps were
added as advisors, the first named
on account of his long experience in
British commercial affairs, and the
last named because of his long ex
perience in America with the tariff
and of his experience in establishing
a government out pf tho discordant
elements in Louisiana. Th duty
of this committee has been tho pre
paration of material for Hie general
confeience. In this class was the
plun to bottle disputes concerning
land titles in Samoa. Tho German,
French aud American inhabitants in
HONOLULU, H, I.,
,.f.ufri '.! hmM
Batnoa h&Vtt bton acquiring land so
fast In Apia that little remain for
the natives, and it Is claimed Hint
their titles In many instances arc
doubtful, ii9 the land was given to
them by irresponsible natives in ex
change for liquor and trifles.
It was rumored that liquor will bo
prohibited to natives, while foreign
ers can have such stores as they
choose in their houses. Firearms
are only to be sold to the Govern
ment and thcu- under restrictions.
Samoans are to be given back the
piivilege of imposing import aud
export duties for revenue.
Mr. Phelps in an interview, while
refusing to disclose proceedings,
said nothing was interfering with
the successful conclusion of their
labors but the cry of the European
press that Germany was giving up
everything, which was very irritat
ing to the German commissioners.
"Moreover, it is not true," he said,
"for mutual concessions have been
made. Germany is more willing
than America to do anything that
would insure Samoau independence
and give the natives a better chance.
This is the prime impulse of the
German as well as the American de
legation." The Berlin Post on the 23rd said
two more sittings would conclude
the Samoan conference, and that
the negotiations throughout had
been pleasant all round.
The stay of the American Com
missioners in Berlin is being made
very pleasant. They are over
whelmed with social attentions from
distinguished residents. One of the
pleasantest incidents whioh has oc
curred was a call they innde on
Prince Bismarck at his request,
which was a special mark of consi
deiation, as the Prince, being in fee
ble health, rarely goes out or re
ceives any one. The Emperor in
vited all the members to a reception
at the Schloss on Monday, May
rPHE Elite lec Cream
JL Parlors it Canny Fmc-io-y
specialties: Fine I' i
Creams, Sherbets and W- -ter
leue, Clinrlottc Knts
Cakc3 made to order in
Ladv Pincers and Maccaroons
cr Fancy Cakes fresh every day.
Cream Cakes, Pies and l nncy l'astrj .
Choice Candies, Plain, Fancy nnd Home
made of great variety. Wholesale and
Hctail. Special inducements to the trade.
Parties, bulls and weddings supplied
85 Hotel ftrcct Telephones, Bell 1S2,
Mutual 338. 2C0 lw
TV! THOMPSON, Attoniey& Conn.
JAJL selor at Law, corner Fort and
Merchant sti eels, Honolulu, aives writ
ten statements of law ami judicial dec.
sions applicable to the facts of the eaHj
stated to him, and also opinion as to the
probable result of legal proceedings.
GOLD Btcaat Pin with cluster of
neirls and cincrnhls. A rcwnid
will be given for its return to thiaolllce.
rrUlE lllh of June falline
! J. onTuecdav, the Kinni.
will sail WEDNESDAY
lune 12th, at 2 o'clock v. si.
WILDEH'S S. S. CO.
Honolulu, Way 31. 1S-U. 2G4 31
ON account of di-patture Mr. IT. W.
Schmidt rrqueMb that all bills nnd
claims against him be presented to him
before June -llh.lSSO. 2G4 ill
mare and geiuing, nn
ported Hock, 15 mid
j cars old icfrpectivelj,
will drive single or double, kind and
gentle and cun be driven by a lady or
child. Apply to
U. W. MACFAKLANE,
211 5t Or lo the Pantheon blablen.
Mrs. II. MACMILLAN
TTAS commenced DressmaUinc, Cut
AJL ting nnd Fining, at her residence
No 134 Nuuanu Avenue, next
Hmi'-e. Brll Telephone 180
A LADY desires to obtain pupils in
Piano Playing. She Ihih an ex
tensive experience in tcacliini! in
Kuroi e, according to tho best approved
Terms Reasonable !
CSy Please send Ittters marked
"Piano," nddiejsed to this olllce.
For MoliiM cilikoi
Tho I'lnc Al Mtenmnliii
" City of Peking,"
Of the Pacific Mail Steamship Com.
puny will be duo at Honolulu
from Han Fiaucihco oa
June 9, 1889,
And will leave far the above ports on
or about that date,
E3?For freight or passago apply to
IL HACKFELD & Co.,
rfHE ONLY LIVE PAPER
X Honolulu "The Dully Uulletiu,"
60 ccnti per mouth.
JU2ST3 1, MUM).
Auction Sales by Lew I 'J J. I-evcy.
1 iiavotcceived ltitructinnA from Mr.
C. LlvlngMrmo to Frll nt I'ulillc Auction
(mi account of dep.uturo) nt hl resi
lience, Beretnula sticet, near Thomas
Oh "Wednesday, June 5th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. !..
The whole o' Ids Household Furultuiu
anil Effect?, consisting of
B.W. Parlor Suite in Hair Cloth,
11 W. Mnrlilelop Centre Table,
Bedroom Furniture, Spring Mnttrnsjc?,
Mosquito Nuts, Hed Lounge,
Automatic Sewing Machine !
Hugs Window Ciirtnini it Poles,
Dlniniiroom & Vcrnndn Chairs,
Pictures French-China Dinner Set,
Kitchen Stovo and TJtonsils,
Tnhlcs, Hcfrig'mtor, Gnulcn Tool?,
1 Phaeton, Harness & 2 Saddles
1 "Vcll-lrc.l allien Cow,
Young nnil penile; ami a number of
I Pianoforte & Single Biijibj"
B3- Without Reserve TjSu"
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On Saturday, June S, 1889
t the auction room of J.ii F. Morgan,
Honolulu, Oalm, will be told to the
That Gertain Tract or Parcel of Land,
Situated nt said HouohiHi, Onhu, lying
.it tin- ninth of (lie premise: belonging
to John 1 1. Holt, Esq., nnd at tho wr-"i
if Mrs. Marie Apaii's premises, about Oli
icct uiduuntl about 'JO feet in length;
mil being the tame premises cunejcil
to Kcomuko by deed of liiwaaluuki, re.
corded in Liber 10, page 2J5, a very
good land for homestead.
EST For further paiticulars inquire of
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
Attorney for tin- Heirs of Kcomoko.
IVJUTlUK h hereby given,
underpinned has distrained tin
goods and chattels of Chung Lung,
iNunanu t-treet, for arrcats ol rent, and
that the said goods nnd chattels will he
sold hi Public Auction, at tkcs-nle-ro in
of .las. F. Morgan, Honolulu, on SATUK
DAY, J utii' Will, at 10 o'clock A. M, to
baiUfy baid at i cars of lent.
LIST ov akticleb:
I rollei, 1 cutlet', 1 roller, 5 looK 1 lone
I'Uiter, puui'hesauil clils-uls, I vise, 1 pipe
holder, I i-quare. 3 anvils, 1 set malletb,
1 pipe cutter, (ice. iions, 2 hammeis, 1
wicnch, I pair cutters, 8 longs, 1 Miovcl,
l "Tow bar, ti dust pan, 20 uis.li puis, 4
kettle1-, 4 diuhes, 18 kettles, 11 milK pans,
7 milk pans, 0 n.ilk pane, 4 totches.
2.r.8 1 81
Chineso Employment Office
"piIE undersigned bogs to notify the
JL public that he has opened a Chi.
ncsu Employment Office, at No. !17 King
street, will take contracts for carpenter
work, painting, etc. Messages delivered
to the Chinese. Mutual Telephone 385.
No charge lor getting servants. Olllce
in Lack Lung Chung s carpenter i-hop.
2571m LEE CI1U.
hecuml li.ind Billiard
J. P. JJOWEX.
HEAD THIS !
T7E7E lake Photos for $5 per dozen,
Y Y and nrc sellinc line island views
foi $2 DO pci dozc.i,
with the very best
ltnjsn J. A
J2.i Fort bt reel.
GOOD Family Hoard for a limited
number of gentlemen not exceed,
iug 0 pcreonb. For panlciilaib anply to
W. F. KEYS OLDS,
251 tf At T. O. '1 ilium's store
",rR. LOUIS ADLEU begs to inform
1JL the public thnt he has received
an elegant assortment of Ladies nnd
Kent's Boots, Shoes m.d Slippers by the
bibl steamer. 218 '.in
TN accoi dunce with
tho provisions of
JL Section 1!), Chapter
XXXV of tho
Session Laws of 188S, I have regislcred
at tho Interior Offlco my binnd, "X," ior
use on huTscs and mules, purchased lhe
2Mb of May, 1H8!I, fn-in the Hon J. I.
DowBett, and originally icgloteied Ooto.
tier eth, 1810, by John Meek Sr.
S. M. DAMON.
Honolulu, May 27, 1S80. 200 lw
All. ROWAT, Veterinary Surgeon,
olllcu und pharinnot at Hawaiian
Hotel iables; corner Hotel and Richard
btreets. Scientific tieatment in all di.
cu-.es of domes' io nnimuls Orders for
plantation and ranch t-tock promptly
aitendul l... Mutual Telephone ilSi,
P. O 110x32(1. ' mh.18-83
San Fuancibco, Oai,.,
Februury 10, 18c0
herewith certify that Messrs.
Dodd & Miller are ourdulvau.
thniizcd and only ngenis for Ihu Hu.
wiiiiaii 7 (.lands for the tula of our Lager
llcor iiv liec-".
JOHN WIELAND BREWING, CO.,
100 John U. 'Wlel&ua Bro
-SKS SAFES I Sl-
ircliits' Jewelers', PlaiiiatiorteMoii & Wall Safes,
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES,
With Marblolop and Hack Grained, imitation of any wood.
T. H. HOBRON,
CO Port street, Honolulu, Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Untrimmed Hats for Misses' and Children,
Flowcra, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all tho New Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gauzes, All-over Silk Laces, New Wash Mate
rials, in white, plain and figured ; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Fine litimb's Wool Underwear, Flannel OoatH and "VcstH,
All-wool Overshirts, Etc., Etc., just received by tho "Umatilla" by
CHAS. J. FHSEX,
Tho Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel sts.
88 & SO xrJiiL- I-Iotel St.
holesale & Retail loots & Shoes.
Correct Styles ST Latest Designs gffl All Prices.
B. F. EELEKS & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
?" N. B. On and after
of our Dressmaking Rooms.
-OFFER AT BED
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Boiled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
Telephones, No. 175.
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received a cons-ignment of Now
Zealand .lams, assorted cases. For
hr at low pi ices bv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
FOlt SALE CHEAP
animal for a boy), and
Colt. Saddle, hi idle,
etc., thrown in to make
Apply at this ollicc. 251 tf
A COTTAGB, corner Klnau
and Pcnsacola streets.
i Apply to
W. O. AT WATER,
Honolulu Iron Works.
STORE TO LET
HP HE Store at present occu-
gSra JL pied by E. O. Howe,
ggg& Way's Block, King strei t. at
reasonable rental. Possession given Juno
1st, 1880. Apply to
ir,8 tf J. G. ROTHWELL
T7IURNISHED Rooms to let,
hllMWJll tab wuiiii:. vt
Punchbowl and Ueretuula
streets, would bo very convenient for it
small family. 255 Gin
A HOUSE, with 3 largo and
r 0. ciiuill rinnm wlih kit.
'WK&l cl.v-ii nnil lmilirnom attached.
on Alukea street, rpposlte Dr. Me
Wayne's, Apply to John Uook, on pre.
mlses, or at thjs ollice, ?p tf
Carriage For Salo Cheap.
1NEW Uutumlcr Uar.
rlago just finished
und handsomely trimmed
in first class style must bo immediately
sold to close an assignment, can bu seen
nt W. II. Pagu's carriuge uiunufactury,
No. 128 Fort street.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
i mi i n fti i i Infr
& LOCK 00.
1. B. SSM.IT HT, A (Stint.
15th, MISS CLAKK will have chargo
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
THE 'Emerson Homestead,'
beautifully situated in
Waialua, Onhu, H. I., com.
prising a largo house with 10 rooms,
kitchen, pantry, barn, etc., 11 acres of
choice hind now partly in taro and other
vegetables, and a rich pasture of ii4
acres within half a mile. Pure water is
brought to the house und grounds from
never failing springs, the supply of
which can bo indefinitely increased in
quantity. There is a good carriage road
to Honolulu, 28 miles distant, also to tho
steam boat lauding, less than half a
mile distant, where steamers from the
city touch three times a week. Tho pic.
turcsquc Fccnery, flno climato and un
rivalled water privilege inuko this a
most desirable plncc for a country re
treat nnd sanitarium. Terms moderate.
For further information npnly to
J. A. MAGOON,
257 tf Honolulu.
Desirable Cottage To Let
JS&ft OOTTAGE.cprnor King and
S$Ka KJ Sou'ih streets, less than
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Lofty iooms, all conveniences.
BROWN & CO.,
28 Merchant street.
Stables & Pasturage To Lett
EXCELLENT Stables con.
mining lit Stalls, Cottage
&J3 und 7 acres Pusluro Land, on
South blreet, near King, formerly occu.
pled by Mr. While, pioprietor of tho
Palama Hus. To lei on very moderate
terms. Apply lo ''
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
28 Merchant street.
MRS. MONROE, ladies' nurse, kifB
removed to No. a, Kiikul lune.
Will pructico in the lower courts of tho
Kingdom us attorney, attend to collect,
iug In all its branches, renting of houses
uud any other business entrusted to him.
Olllce 01 King Blreet TJptUtrj.
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