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iuiia' BUUiMari HONOMJur, u, x jote s, issb,
The time for receiving ncaled tj; ti
ll ers for widening tin1 I.nwei Nmtanu
Bridge has Leon extended to MON
JJAY, June 10th, 18S9, at li! o'clock
L. A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior,
'interior Office, .lime 3, 1889.
Pledged lo neither Sect nor Party,
J3ut established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, JUNK a, 1889.
ii Some mouths went down n point
on the lbst whisper of a fall in su--gar
when, the San Francisco steamer
arrived, but instantaneous reassur
ance was felt when the degree of the
drop was ascertained. It was only
a slight fluctuation of about two-
Jiundredths of a cent, probably the
result of some temporary cause at a
leading point of import. That cane
sugar has good prospects of-:i long
period of lemunerative prices is evi
denced by several circumstances.
The shortage of customary supplies
from various producing countries
Jias been known for some months,
and taken in connection with an in
creasing consumption alone gives
fair piomisc that the worst of the
Tate depression ill not be repeated
for a'jsfcw seasons to come. Mr.
Clans Sprockets' continued activity
in piomoting the beet sugar indus
try (it wili be seen he has Started
lor Europe to act nlant for a new
company), indicates-tliat-shreud su
gar king's belief in an unlimited ex
pansionof the market in the United
States alone. But that- he docs not
anticipate a very eaily monopolizing
of the supply by beet is clear, both
from the fact of his having establish
ed an enormous lefinery at Phila
delphia to be suplicd with imported
cane sugar, and from his recent
heavy investments in additional
plantation property in these islands
iv hence it was not long ago icpoitc'd
lie meant to gradually withdraw his
interests. In connection with the
latter portion. of his policy the incor
poration of the Hutchinson Planta
tion reported from San Francisco is
interesting, as showing the intention
of the Spreckels house to improve
the woiking of their planting con
cerns here. This incoiporation, it
may be mentioned, is the consolida
tion of the former Hutchinson plant
ation with the Hilca plantation, on
the island of Hawaii, so that the
lalge capital does not represent a
uew investment. The world's con
sumption of sugar is constantly in
creasing, apparently in similar de
greciwith the enhancing supplies.
While higher prices will to some ex
tent check consumption and stimu
late supplies, yet the mean condi
tion of Hho maiket for this year at
Icast'ifs likely to be high. And, with
the advanced methods of culture
and manufacture in these islands,
together -with a happy immunity
from 'great meteorological disturb
ances, our planters need not be dis
tressed about the more remote fu
lure. LOOK OUT FOR IT. -
The Bum.ktin Weekly Summary
will be issued to-morrow, a splen
did number to mail abroad to your
friends oji the Umatilla. Jt will
contain amongst other things a full
and complete account of the Mem
orial day services, the death and
iuncral of Hon. W. C. Parke, latest
from Sainou, and local, island and
shipping news. We are printing a
.large number of extra copies to till
Jorifors, and liopo this week to bo
a'blp.to meet the unusual demand
theie has beon of lato for this popu
lar summary of Hawaiian news.
--THE LATE l.'fl. MITCHELL.
Some further particulars have
bedf gained oftlio life on, these isl-,
uqclsof tfic late I. R. TUitclicll.whoBo
dentil at Newcastle, N. S.f W., was
announced in Saturday's ihsue. He
jvus head of the firm of Mitchell &
ifltlaattorward having on interest
ii jtlie shoe, store. of the' late Ira
Richardson. lion. J. J. Dowsett
Jlrst gave Jiim start in business,
letting lijmljavje. a Jjne ot .goods to
pSddle. At one 'time lie was con
nected wjth Piiunui lanch near Ho
nolulu. Mitchell was ono of the
comnjjf.tecof thirteen wliicli secur
ed tlio'dibinissal of Dr. Judd and
liis,dmini8tration by Kamehameha
D LUSO AHNIVER5M1V,
O Lti90 ITawallano oclobrnlprt Iho
first anniversary of its new joint
stock management on Saturday
evening. Tito olllce on Hotel street
was illuminated and decked with
Hawaiian and l'orluguctc flags. A
beautiful colored transparency show
ed the title of the paper with the
Portuguese and Hawaiian arms.
J, N. Fctrcira has the credit of this
line piece of work. About 7:30
o'clock the Portuguese brass band
invested the olllce, playing the na
tional anthems of Portugal and Ha
waii, together with other selection".
The following stockholders of the
paper were present: M. A. Gon
salves, 0. Hutchison, J. A. M. Oso
rio, J. G. Farin, J. R. Passos, A.
F. Medciros, A. C. Pcstano, J.
MelloandA. G. Silva. Owing to
ill health the President and editor,
P. A- Dias, was absent. Others
present were 1). Logan of the Bul
i.kiik, J. II. Black, the veteran
printer; William V. Wilson of M.
S. Grinbaum & Co.'s office, J. M.
Leixoira, foreman of O Luso; M.
Ntines and J. M. Gomes. Refresh
ments were handed round, and after
a pleasant hour the party adjourned
to the bull of the Portuguese Benev
olent Society. Before leaving the
printing olllce the editor of the Brt.
u;tik, in a few lemarks, proposed
the health of Mr. P. A. Dias, edit
or, and of O Luso Hawaiiano it
self, the sentiment being received
with three rousing cheers. The
wives of several stockholders were
at the hall to meet the party. An
other programme of band music was
performed at that place, and Mr.
Osorio read an address that elicited
loud applause and three ringing
cheers. The hall of the Bencvolen
Society has been painted tlirought
out and sanded on the exterior, giv
ing it a very respectable appear
ance. It has cost the society about
S2.700, but gives them the best
headquarters of any similar organ
ization here. The society has a very
large membership all over the isl
ands and will have about $10,000
in funds at the end of the current
HAWAII "BASEBALL LEAGUE.
Following is the standing of the
clubs up to Saturday, June 1st.
Won. Lost. Pi.aykh
AT !) A.M. LOCU.TIMK.
Means for month.
Teinpciature Barometer 78.1
I'nconeeted Barometer Heading. ilO.222
Coirected Barometei Heading :I0.120
Temperature, drv bulb 81 .:!
vet " 72.8
Dew point 07.1
Elastic foiee. of aqueous apor (iG2
Relative humidity 6B.2
AT 9 1". M. LOCAL T1MK.
Temperature Barometer 75.3
rneoneeted Baiometcr Beading. 30.211
CorieeledBaioineler Beading.. 1)0. 120
Temperature, dry bulb 72.!)
" wet " 00.0
Elastic force ot aqueous vapor . . . .iHfi
Belathe humidity 79.1)
Maximum thermometer S1.0
Minimum theiiiiomcter Otj.8
Bulufall as per FlurioincteiHinclie) 1.725
LXTltKMKS KOK MONTH.
Highest conected Bar. reading, 110. 190
on the 5th at 9 a. m.
Lowest corrected Bar. leading, 29.9s7
on the 31st at fl i si.
. Highest tempeiatiue in -hade,87 deg.
on the 20th.
Lowest temper.it ui e in Miadc, (il
on the 28th anil 29th.
Greatest dally r.iinfall, .155 inches
on the Kith.
The total number of deaths icpoiteil
for tho month of May, ISSfi, was ."0,
dWlriuu ed a follow?:
Under 1 year...
From 1 to 5....
From to 10...
Frum 10 to .20.,
From 20 to Sill,.
From fiO to-10..
From -10 to fi0. .
From HO to (10. .
From 00 to 10..
Hales, 33 Females,.... 17
Priii'iurc ofrikull. 0
Heinoiihnp .... 0
Natural Cauxci.. 1
AIcoIioIIhii ... 2
Hrlhm DM ... 2
Bowel Complaint M
Dl-i. of Dealt. .
DN. of Liiiio..
Hleer of Ktoinach
Number unattended. . ..
Muv IHM W
May HMS 33
Mn' 1887 Hi
Muv 188R .1!)
.May 18S!i CO
Annual ijcalh rate pur 1000 for month
...,,..,., , 21,00
All others. ,,,..,, ..,,,. ItO.OO
8ICKNK.S1 IN TIB SCHOOLS.
Sclionl. ,Si'hoaiei. Slfk,
FoitStieet School 210.,,,,,.. 8
JtoViil School .,!i!IS,. .,,,., ;")
Pnhuktilua Heliool 171 7
St. Louis College H.j. !l
J'leparatory .School 111. '... 0
.SchoJii) absent ;l or nioio conccutjM!
dnys on account of FlcUneM or allt'tjcil
hh'kiiMi uie icpoittd t)ek.
O. U. KinKO.I)a,
Atent Hoard of ienlth.
From tho San Jtanoltvo Ponts
The nppoiillment of II. W. Sever
ance as Ainctfcan Consul General to
the Hawaiian kingdom lias caused
some doubt to lie expressed by pco
plo in this city who are familiar
with Hawaiian affairs as to whether
it will be received by the King witli
satisfaction. When tho steamer
Umatilla arrived several days ngo
from Honolulu a Post representative
boarded the vessel as she entered
the harbor to search after news. In
conversation, with a gentleman from
Honolulu tho reporter informed htm
of Mr. Sevcranoc's appointment.
The gentleman expressed surprise
and volunteered the opinion that the
appointment would not meet with
the approval of the King, and that
Mr. Severance would in all proba
bility not be received by King Kula
kaua. When asked for his reasons for so
bclieing the gentleman said that
bad feeling had existed, and still
existed, between the King and Mr.
"Severance," said lie, "was the
Hawaiian representative to this
country for a number of years. In
18S1 the King had some trouble
witli him which resulted in the King
asking for his resignation, which
was sent in about June or July of
tile same year.
"American Consul Mckinley's
term of olllce having expired about
that lime, the King offered liiin Sev
erance's position, which was accept
ed. The people of the islands knew
of Hie tiouble and were net surpris
at the change made by the King.
They will be surprised to hear that
Mr. Severance is coming back as
the American repiescntativc."
A further inquiry was made in
this city upon the ai rival of the
steamer, and several statements si
milar to tho above were obtained by
A call was then made upon Con
sul Sevciance at his ollice on Cali
fornia street. When the matter was
made known to him he positively
denied, Hint any bad feeling existed
betweeft the King and himself.
"I cannot imagine where this
story originated," said he. "I was
Hawaiian .Consul for 17 years, and
during that time I do not remember
ever having had any tiouble with
"The direct cause of my removal
from ollice, or forced resignation,
was attributed to Premier Gibson.
He caused the overthrow of the ad
ministration, and I am in possession
of a letter from the King himself, in
which lie expresses regret at having
to- demand my resignation, and he
fuithcr states that but for the exist
ing trouble at that time the demand
would never have been made. 'Cir
cumstances forced me to take thi3
step,' says lie. Since my icmoval
1 have continually coi responded
witli the King, mid when any of the
royal family have visited this city
they have always been received and
enteitained by me.
"I have already lcceivcd assur
ance from the Hon. Archibald Cli'g
honi and his daughter, Hie princess,
who arrived on the Umatilla, that
the King would be pleased with re
appointment. Several gentlemen
from the islands have also given me
the same' assurance. This story is
unliue from beginning to end."
Consul Severance further stated
that he expected to leave for the
islands about the first of June.
The following from the Chicago
News might lie good but for the lie
concerning the former condition of
the llawaiians : There is something
Jilting about the appointment of
Henry W. Severance of California
as Consul-General of the United
.States at Honolulu. His father,
Luther Severance, was long the
editor of the Kennebec Journal of
Augusta, member of Congress and
first Commissioner to the Sandwich
Islands. His daughter converted
the queen to Clnistianity, and the
members of his family introduced
the blessings of civilization among
a savogo people, many of whom
were cannibals. Henry W. has
spent a (are part of his lifcin Hono
lulu, and did much to build up trade
with the United States,
A SUGAR INCORPORATION.
The S. F. Examiner of May 8th
has the following: The Hutchinson
Sugar Plantalioii Company was in
corporated Monday to cultivate
sugar-cane and other sugar-producing
substances in Hie Hawaiian Isl
ands. The Directory are John D.
Spreckels, O. A. Spreckels, Louis
Sloss, 1'. N. Lilienthal and Meyer
Khrinun. The capital stock is 82,
fiOO.OOO, of which 825,000 has been
U. S. S. ADAMS.
The United Statc9 man-of-war
Adams lias been thoroughly renov
ated ul Mare Island, and being
again in commission, has taken on
board her full complement of marin
ers and sailors. Orders have been
received for her to come to Hono
lulu. Her new list of officers is as fol
lows: Commander, Kdwin T. Wood
ward ; Lieutenant Command'.')', John
J. Ijunkef; Lieutenants, William
II. liec'lilcr, Hanson 11. Tyler, Her
bert Winslow, Jeiemiuh C. Uonnetj
Ensign, W, ,J. Mnxw.elJ; Passc(d
Assistant Surgeon, Evelyn II. Mars
teller j Chief Engineer, Absalom
Iviiby, Atbistnnt Engineer, G, W.
McElioy; Lieutenant of Mariners,
Charles A. Doyen.
OAIID OF THAHKS.
It Is with much ploasuro that wo
comply With tho requost to publish
"The surviving officers and men
of tho U. S..S. Vnndalia appreciate
the feelings which prompted the
holding of the memorial services In
Honolulu, In memory of their ship
mates who perished 'at Apia during
the hurricane of March loth, 188!),
and desire to thus publicly express
their sincere thanks for tho kind
sympathy so feelingly displayed.
'Navy Yauu, Maui: Isi.akd, May
21, 188D. "
The gentlemen referred to in the
following, from the Toronto Satur
day Night, slopped over here from
the steamer Alameda and have been
to the volcano:
Captain Gilpjn Urownc and Mr.
Beatty, jr., the eldtal" son of Mr.
A. II. lleatty of the Queen's Park
have left on a journey which in
cludes the grand tour round the
world, and prolonged stays in Aus
tialiaand Europe, and which will
probably occupy the next three
years. Mr. lleatty has been in Hie
North-West for some lime, but
Captain Gilpin Browne lias been a
frequent visitor to Toronto during
the last few years. As General
Roberts' aide-de-camp., on tho
famous march to Candahar, Captain
.Browne is said to have greatly dis
CARD of THANKS.
GKO. W. Dr.LONG FOST wibh to
thank all that sunt in tloweis, uud
tlio Indies who so tastefully arrnnped
thorn Our escort, iliu Band, nlsu the
Central Union Choir, 1st Umtnllon r.nd
Officers 2nd Battalion, Honolulu Iiifles,
we appreciate and rcincmlipi.
2G0 It l'ost Commander.
ON ncrount of departure Mr. H. W.
yclimlill i(.quisi8 Hint nil bills and
claims ngdnstliim Lu resented to liim
lufotf June !th, 18S0. 2C4 81
'TMIE Residence and Pasture
JL of Mis. A. Long in I'nuoii
Inquire No. 45 l'unchltowl
Mns. A. LONG.
--. ritHD Uth of June falling
fSfif2 X on Tuchdnv, the Kinau
will sail WEDNESDAY,
Juno 12th, at 2 o'clock v. m.
Honolulu, May 31. 18-0.
Jut received per S. P. Zealandia a
FRESH BUTTER & CHEESE !
This Butter has been carefully se
lected from tho
Choicest Taraiiaki Dairies
And will be found to contain au
articl'.' of Mjpciior quality
FOR SALE IK QUANTITIES TO SUIT
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Solo Agent for tho Tarnnaki Butter
200J Packing Company. Iw
Per S. S. Umatilla, '
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NOLTK, Proprietor.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Utemnship
Will have Honolulu for the abovo
Friday, June 7th,
For Ficlght or Pnssnge, apply to
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
A LADY drsircs to obtain pupils In
Piano Pluylng. Mio has an ex,
icnslvo rxpcrii-ncu In teaching in
Europe, according lo tho best approved
TerjiiB RouHonublo I
tST" lease send' letters marked
" Piano," uUdicetcd to this olllce.
s mSwW is,
Auction BaC3 by Lewis J, iwy,
I liavo icccivctl inf.truetton'n from Mr.
C. Llvlngmno to sell at Public Auction
(nn account of departure), nt hi' rcsb
iltncc, Beictonhi. sttcot, near Thomas
On WtHlnosdiiy, J into Bill,
AT to O'CLOCK A. 3t.,
The whole oNils Houpclio'.d Furniture
and UH'ccts, consisting of
B.W. Parlor Suite in Hair Cloth,
B. W. Mnrbletop Contro Tabic,
Bcilronm Furniture, Spring Mattrasses,
Mosquito Nets, Bed Lounge,
Automatic Sewing Machine 1
Hugs, Window Ourtnin it Poles,
Dining-room & Veranda Clinirs,
Pictures Fronch.Chlni Dinner 8et,
Kitchen Stove and TJtonsilB,
Tables, Hcfrigoralor, Gardeu Tool?,
1 Phaeton, Harness & 2 Saddles
1 Woll-lretl Milch Cow,
Young anil penile: and a number of
1 Pianoforte & Single Ittiggy
SD Without Reserve -a
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
On Saturday, June 8, 18S9
At the auction room of Jus. F. Morgan,
Honolulu, Oaliu, will bu told to die
That Gertain Tract or Parcel of Land,
Situated at said IIouo1ulu, Oahu, lying
ut tin; north of the premises belonging
to John I), llolt, Efctp, and at tho weii
of Airs. Muriu Apaii's premises, about 00
feet wide and about 90 feet in length;
and being the tnmo premises emveyed
lo lieomoko by decil of Kawaalauki, re
corded in Liber 10, page 2d5, a very
good land for homestead.
CS'Tor further paitioulnrs inquire of
WILLIAM C. AOUI,
Attorney for tine Heirs of Kcomoko.
AJOTICE i3 hereby given, that the
JJ undersigned has distiaiucd the
goods mid chattels of Chung Lung,
Niiuanu btrect, for arrcais ol lent, and
that the taiil goods and cliuttels will be
sold at Public Auction, at the Snlci'o m
of .lits. F. Morgan, Honolulu, on SATUR
DAY, Jiine lSih, at 10 o'clock a. m, to
satisfy said an cats of rent.
IJST OP AIIIICLKS:
1 rollei, I cultei, 1 roller, C tooli, 1 long
culler, punches und chisels, 1 vite, 1 pipe
holder, I square, 3 anvilf, 1 fret mallets,
1 pipe cutler, (i cc. iin.is, 2 hammers, 1
wrcueh, 1 pair cultirs, U tong?, 1 i-liovel,
t crow hur, ti dutt pain, CO dMi pins, 4
kettle, 4 dislies, 18 kettles, 11 milk pans,
7 milk pans. u.ilk cans, 4 torches.
Chinese Employment Ollice
THE undersigned begs to notify I he
public that he has opened a Chine-jo
Employment Olllce, at No. U7 King
trcet, will lake contracts for carpenter
work, p'lintiiig, etc. Messages delivered
to the Chinese. Mutual Telephone 3S-5.
No charge for getting Eervuuts. Oillre
in Luck Lung Chung's carpenter 'hop.
2571m LKK CIIU.
READ THIS !
WE tako Photos for $5 per dozen,
and aie telling lino island view
foi $2 00 per dozc.i, with Iho very host
llnish. J. A. GONSALVES,
iifiO lm 121) .Fort ttrcel.
GOOD Family Hoard for a limited
number of gentlemen not exceed.
Ing 0 persons. For pnrllriiliiis apply to
W. F. REYNOLDS,
2nitf At T.O.'l brum's stoic
MR. LOUIS ADLER begs to inform
tho public that he has received
nn clogaiit assortment of J. ail lei and
Gent's Hoot?, Shoes m d Slippers by the
lust .steamer. 243 'in
AIL ROWAT, Vcteriuary Surgeon,
olllco and pharmucv ut Hawaiian
Hotel Stables, (ornor lintel and Ulchnid
stiects. Scleuliflc treatment in all dis
eased of domestic, animals. Orders for
plantation and lunch Mock promptly
attended to. MiUutd Telephone !!54,
P. O.Hox32(5. mh.18-89
Tho Jt'Ino A) Mleimalilii
"City of Peking,"
Of the Pacific Mail Steamship Com
pany will be duo at Honolulu
from San Francitco oa
June 9, 1889,
And will leave for the above ports on
or about thnt date,
t2?"For freight or pnssago apply to
H. HACKFELD & Co.,
203 Ot Agents.
rpHEONLY LIVE PAPER of
X' Honolulu "Thg Dally lluilctln."
CI) ceiita por mouth.
-KS SA'FES ! &&-
trefoils', Jewelers', Plantations Skeleton & Well Safes,
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES,
With Mnibletop and Back Grained, imitation of any wood.
gjF LSLAND OKD13RS SOLICITED. .CP
T. H. MOBRGN,
CG Fort street, Honolulu, Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
The Fines! Line of
Untrimmed Hats for Misses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire. Bonnei Frames,
In all tho New Shades;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Games, All-over Silk Laces, New WaBh Mate
rials, in white, plain and figured ; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Fine Iiiunfo's Wool Underwear, Flnimcl Coatu and VcstH,
All-wool Ovjrsliiits, Etc., Etc., just received by the "Uniatilla" by
CHAS. J. FBSHEP,,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Foil & Hotel sts.
88 8 mss 3Hotel
Wholesale & Retail
Correct Styles 3" Latest
J! lo MILijEb & lAA
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
N. B. On and after May
of our Dressmaking Rooms.
-OFFER AT BED
Caliiornia Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cako Bleal, Linseed Meal,
Barley, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
' Wheat and Corn Flour.
Telephones, No. 175.
New Zealand Jams !
JUST received a consignment of Now
Zealand Jiiini, assorted chec. For
sale at low prices hv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
FOR SALE CHEAP
nulmal lor n boy), and
Colt. Saildle, hi idle,
etc , throw n In to make
a bargain. Apply at this olllce. 251 if
A COT TAGB, corner Kinau
and 1'ctisacola streets.
W. O. ATWATER,
Honolulu Iron Works.
STORE TO LET
rpiIE Storo at present occu.
1 pled by E. O. Rowe,
Wav's Block. Kinc strca. at
reusoniililo icntnl. Possession given Juno
1st, 1S8U. Apply to
ir.H tf J. G. ROTHWELL.
IUItNISHED Rooms to let,
; ' southwest corner of
Punchbowl uud Berctaula
EtrcclB, would be vciy convenient for a
email family. 255 Om
A HOUSE, witli 0 largo and
2 small rooms with kit.
clien and bathroom attached,
Ahikea street, rpnosilo Dr. Mc.
Wayne's. Apply to John Cook, on pre
rnises, or at this olllce.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1 NEW Uutuudir Car.
1 rhino iiua finished
and hnmUomcly tiiuimed
in flrsi cluss stylo piust bo Immediately
sold to cIofo an asbigumrnt, cuu he sccu
at W. II. Page's oaniuge munufuctury,
No. 123 Fort ktreci.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY.
i i i , i i um...., .
Millinery Goods !
Boots & Shoes.
I. 33. SMITH, AfzcnU
o3PJsrvirf3 - .
15th, MISS CLARK will have charge
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
beautifully situated in
Waialua, Oahu, H. I., com.
lame house with 10 rooms.
kitchen, pantry, bnrn, etc., 11 acres of
choice land non-purtly in turo and other
vegetables, and a rich pasture of (i
acres within halffc mile. Pure water is
brought to the house and grounds from
never failing springs, tho supply of
which can bo indefinitely incienscd in
quantity. There is a good carriage road
to Honolulu, 23 miles distant, also to the
steam boat lauding, less than half a
mile dibtiuit, whcie steumcrs from tho
city touch three limes u week. 'J ho pic
turesqno scenery, fine climate and un
rivalled water piivilc&c muke this a
most desirablo place for a country re
treat and snnltnrium. Terms moderate.
For fuither information apnjy to
J. A. JIAUUUIN,
Desirable Cottage To Let
COTTAGE, corner King and
South streets, less than
10 minutes walk from Post
Offlco. Lofty looms, all conveniences.
Rent reasomible. ,.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
255 if 28 Merchautsticet.
Slnhlcs & Pasturage To Let,
I EXCELLENT Stables con.
tabling 1H Stalls'. Cottage
aud 7 acres Pasture Land, on
South street, nciir King, foimcrly occq.
pied by Mr, While, prpprietor of tho
Pulama Bup, To let on very moderate
terms. Apply to
J. E. BROWN & CO,,
355 tf 28 Merchant street,
MRS. MONROE, Indies' nurse, has
removed to No. 3, Kukui lane.
Will practlco In tho lower courts of tho
Kingdom us attorney, attend to collect,
lug iu all its branches, renting of houses
and auy other business entrusted to him,
Office 01 King Street Upstair.
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