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Notice to Personal Tax-payers
A Glorious Eleventh of June.
DAilA BTJXJaffilMf: HittJOfcltoU, Si. iu iHOT M, 10$,
Complete Report of the Horse Races.
The undersigned Asicisora and
Collectors of Taxes 'for the General
Taxation Divisions of the Kingdom
"would respectfully call the attention
of the tax-payr to the Now Law in
xegard to the payment of personal
Uses, Section G8a, Chapter 68 of the
Session Laws of A. D. 1888.
, "All personal taxes shall be due
and payable on and after the 1st day
of July of each year, and may be
collected by the proper officers at
any time after such dato."
C. A. BROWN, Assessor & Col
lector of Taxes, 1st Division.
H. G. TREADWAY, Assessor &
Collector of Taxes, 2nd Division.
H. C. AUSTIN, Assessor & Col
lector of Taxes, 3rd Division.
J. K. FARLEY, Assessor & Col
lector of Taxes, 4th Division.
, 271 -Iw
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1889.
The Advertiser, although posing
as a purist of the first water, refers
to a single runaway as a "stam
pede." This shows it to belong to
the school of journalism which would
call the burning of a building a
The small size of open cars de
signed to seat twenty average-sized
passengers frequently carries from
CO to 70. It is therefore not so
very surprising that on several occa
sions the large cars, seating 28, baTe
carried over 100 persons.
If the Advertiser will risk the
modest sum of five dollars for the
Queen's Hospital on its contradiction
of the statement that 115 persons
were on one car Saturday night, it
will be met with a similar amount
for the same object which we will
forfeit in the event of not being
able to prove the statement in ques
tion. Come, now, make your reckless
words good op accept the character
of a wanton falsifier.
A GROWING EVIL.
The crowding of people on the
steamer for San Francisco during
the hour previous to her departure
has become a positive nuisance. It
interferes with the necessary busi
ness of the agents, shippers and
public officials. There is certainly
no pleasure in such jams for passen
gers or their friends, and, unless by
general consent people conclude to
have their final farewells on shore,
it may be necessary for the agents
to employ some restrictive measure
for the benefit of all concerned. It
might be sufficient to at least greatly
abate the evil if each passenger
booking were granted a couple of
passes to friends, none being allowed
on board except bearers of passes
and persons having business with
the steamer requiring late attention.
As it is now, while no passenger
is so poor as not to have several
friends go to see him off, many have
fifty to a hundred anxious to tender
parting alohas in person on deck.
It would be hard if a person could
not have the last possible opportun
ity of taking leave of a parent,child,
brother or sister, but such a hard
ship would be obviated by the is
suance of passes to persons in those
relations. Something, at nil events,
will have to be done, as the evil is
The commemoration of the birth
day anniversary of the great Ka
mehamcha I was observed in this
city yesterday in many various woys.
The weather was nil that could be
dssired, the sun shining brightly all
day. The town was astir nt an I
rly hour,aud soon the streets were
filled with people of all classes in
holiday attire, many wearing leis or
wreaths of llowers. The Govern
ment, diplomatic, consular and many
private Uags were flying gaily to the
breeze, while H. B. 31. S. Espicgle
and other merchant vessels were
prettily dressed with bunting. At
noon a salute watt fired from the
shore battery at Kakaako and tho
Espiegle. The Central Union Sun
day school held their annual picnic
at the grounds of Oaliu College and
there were several other private pic
Tho principal attraction of the day
was the races at Kapiolani Park un
der the auspices of the Hawaiian
Jockey Club, being tho Club's sixth
annual meeting. As early as eight
o'clock the tram cars were fillsd
with people going to the park and
the road leading there was dotted
with horse riders and private car
riages. The races commenced at
10 o'clock and by that time a largo
crowd was in attendance. The
grand stand and the enclosures were
well filled all day. Their Majesties
the King and Queen, attended by
the Vice Chamberlain.J . W. Robert
son, and Mrs. Robertson, arrived
on the grounds at ten minutes past
ten and took their seats in the
Jockey Club stand while the band
played Hawaii Ponoi. Princes Ka
wananakoa and Kalanianaolc, mem
bers of the diplomatic and consular
corps and many prominent citizens
were present. Hon. W. G. Irwin
and Mrs. Irwin entertained a large
number of friends in their private
stand. The Hawaiian band was
stationed in the stand next to the
Jockey Club House and under di
rection of Mr. Bcrger played during
the entire day. At noon the band
boys played and sang Hawaii Fonoi.
The Jockey Club entertained a
large number of guests in the most
hospitable manner at its house.
There were many little incidents
occurred during the clay which
helped to pass the time awaj The
two Clerks of the course were gen
erally admired for their get up.
Major Parker's boots, which were
new and of enormous dimensions,
attracted considerable attention.
Paul Isenberg, Jr., looked unusu
ally well in a bob tail coat with red
sash. He carried a lasso on his
saddle in case any of the horses at
tempted to run away. During re
cess he gave an exhibition of lasso
ing which "brought down the
A few minutes before eleven
o'clock five young men rode into
the enclosure in single file, each
wearing a straw hat with yellow
band and streamers. On the fiont
of the band were the words "John
son's Guards." Tho crowd at first
thought they were escapees from
Hotel Tucker. They were known
among the crowd as "Johnson's
hash house boarders" and "The
small pox brigade."
A pair of diminutive Shetland
ponies, owned by Hon. Jas. Camp
bell and attached to a small car
riage, attracted considerable atten
tion. No accidents occurred during
the day at the park and the races
on the whole were a complete suc
cess. The officials were: Judges:
Capt. J. H. Brown, F. S. Pratt and
Col. Iaukea; Starters: C. B. Wil
son and J. I. Dowsett, Jr. ; Stew
ards: Major S. Parker and Paul
Isenberg, Jr. ; Timekeepers : J. G.
Spencer, II. Focke and E. Suhr ;
Saddling Paddock: Capt. Tripp.
The races were concluded at five
minutes past C o'clock. Following
is a summary:
1st QUEEN'S PLATE, $100.
KUNNING RACK. i mile dash,
.b'ree for nil.
Ji, J, Atrtcw's p H Hoawjsll, Jr
J. A. Cummins' o si Emperor
First heat Boswell Jr. was driven
by his owner who carried 35 pounds
overweight, while C. Storms held
tho lines over. Emperor. At the
word go Boswell took tho lead and
hold it throughout, trotting tho heat
without a break. Emperor broke
badly several times during the heat.
Sscond heot Almost a repetition
of the first, Boswell trotting in Hub
style and winning easily by threo
41h GOVERNOR DOMINIS CUP, $75 added.
RUNNING RACE. U mile
lhnwtiltui bred horses.
J. A. Cummins' g m Ivory aged,
Waterford Stables' b g W. K. P. 3
yrs, 101 lCoim
Cecil Brown's b g l'iko Nui aged,
N. Perry's llazaar Jr. and Water
ford Stable's Mana were withdrawn.
Perry paid $10 under protest for
withdrawing his horse on the day of
tho race. The flag fell to a good
start, Ivory and Piko Nui running
together to the half-mile post, with
W. K. P. a couple of lengths be
hind. Rounding the lower turn
Ivory took the lead and increasing
it at every stride sailed home an
easy winner by about six lengths.
W. K. P. made up lost ground on
coming up the home stretch and
beat Piko Nui for second place by a
full length. Time, 1 :22J.
Sill HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES' PURSE
ol S100 and Cup added:
RUNNING RACE. X mile heats;
best 2 in 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become tho property of the
winner two consecutive jours. Win
ner lust year, Waicrford Colt.
J. A. Cummins' g g Surprise aged,
117 Noble 1 1
Cecil Brown's h f Kikila aged, 115
llowson 2 2
E. R. Miles' b g Bonnv 5 yrs, 117
Willie 3 3
Time, 53 1-2. 51 1-5.
First heat They were sent away
at the first attempt, Kikihi making
the running with Surprise close up.
After one hundred yards had been
traversed Surprise passed Kikila
atid coming along won cleverly at
the finish by a length and a half,
Kikila second by two lengths.
Second heat Kikila got the best
of the start, but Surprise soon closed
up and a pretty race ensued between
the two to the quarter pole, when
Surprise got his head in front and
finally passed under the wire a win
ner by a length and a half, Bonn
6th FUTURITY STAKES.
hqvs.& from JCm, whllo othoja nlrmetl
their fulth on tho KcnlU rnnoli ani
mals. Old Iloucock had many ad
miters. The flag fell to a capital
start, Oscurios taking tho lead,
Miss Pritchard second and Hancock
last. It was a pretty race down tho
far side, but Oscurios held his own
and well ridden by Leonard camo
home a winner by two lengths.
0th WATERF0RD CUP, $100 addod.
RUNNING RACE. l,f mile dash,
lluwuiiun bred horses.
J. A. Cummins, b nt J. A. C. 5 yrs
122 Leonard 1
Waterfoul Stables g h Conspiracy
4 yrs 118 Kona 2
After one false starttheygotaway,
Conspiracy taking a slight lead. "On
passing the who the first time J. A.
C. had his head in front, and at the
threo quarter pole held a lend of a
length. Before reaching the half
mile pole Conspiracy had drawn up
quite close to tho leader, but soon
after fell behind. Up the stretch J.
A. C. increased his lead and al
though Conspiracy came with a rush
in the last fifty yards, J. A. C. won
easily by a length. Time 2:22 1-5.
10th KAPIOLANI PARK PLATE, $125.
TROTTING and PACING. Free
for all. Mile beats; best S in 6. All
hones with record of 2:40 or butter
to be haudicapprd.
E. It. Miles' r c George II. . ..Ill
Mystic Stables b g Joe Duke ..223
Paul Isenberg, Jr. g m Milly ..332
John Sullivan's b st Toby dis
Time 2 :17 1-5, 2:45 1-5, 2:48.
Fiist heat Joe Dake having a
record better than 2 :40 had to trot
to wagon, the others to sulkies.
George II. took the lead at start
and trotting iu fine style with Mr.
Miles holding the lines, passed un
der the wire an easy winner. Toby
Second heat Joe Dake went away
with the lead, but soon gave way
to George H. who again won easily.
Third heat At the word go Milly
went to the front, but was soon
passed by George II. and Dake. At
the three quarter pole Milly passed
Dake and went after George H. The
latter broke near the half mile pole
which let up Milly who looked liked
a winner. However, coming up the
stretch with a fine burst of speed
George H. crept up gradually and
won the heat by two lengths.
11th KAMEHAMEHA PLATE, $150.
.1 .. ' . . .... .
.. l I- n- t -- -- l L . YlfZ-l'W
;n.is TTA5I uiq n rcqp in, pupils,
oertainly vodo a beautiful moo, and
Troubadour showed that he is s.
horse of no mean order. Surprise
took the 1st, 2nd ami 3rd quarters,
while Troubadour took the 1th and
1st quarter, 2C
the cup. Time:
sec. ; 2d, 53$ sec.
14th PONY RACE, $75.
RUNNING. 1 mllo dash. For nil
ponies 14 hands nnd under. Ha
J. A. Cummins' g f Eleu 1
Cecil Brown's b f Kikihi 2
Waterford Stables' g g Billy C 3
J. Wallace's b g Molly 11 4
J. Tinker's bl in Nettie G
Thoy wore sent on their Journey
to a fairly good start, Kikila taking
the lead with Hilly C. second, Molly
H. third and Nettie last. Hounding
the lower turn Eleu improved her
position and passing Kikila at the
quarter pole won the race by six
lengths, two lengths between second
and third. Time 1:55.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Hay and Grain
ILL'S SAIE & LOGIC GO.
-2CS- SAFES ! -Sfr
lerclMts', JEWGlers', Plantations Skeleton & Wall Safes,
DWELLING HOUSE SAFES,
With Mnrhlctop and Back Grained, imitation of any wood.
&T ISLAND ORDERS SOLICITED. jtfP
of $25. mile dash
bred 2 year olds.
and closed 18P8.
2nd horse, $150;
19 entries filled
1st horse, $300;
3rd horse, Laves
T. H. HOBRON,
66 Fort street, Honolulu, Agont for Hawaiian Islands.
To-morrow, June 13,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 91..
I will sell at Public Auction, at my Sal us-
rooms, corner of Fort and
COO Oic Brnu,
Bis Choice Hay
Ex Late Arrivals.
Free for all.
R. Ballentinc's b g Rob Roy, aged,
120 Willie 1
SUPREME COURT-SPECIAL TERM.
IIEFORG l'ltKSTON, .1.
Wednesday, June 12th.
The Court opened at 10 a, in. and
none of the counsel wishing to be
heard upon motions demurrers, etc.,
being present, adjourned at 10:20
to Monday the 17tii, at 10 a. m.
In re guardianship of J. W.
Yarndley. Present T. It. Walker,
Dr. Tucker and the respondent.
Continued to the 13th, on account
of the indisposition of Mr. Justice
Dole, beforo whom the matter is set
ON King street near the turning to
iWulklkl, a Bunch of 13 Flat Keys
on a ring, A. reward of $5 will be
glven'lo any person returning caid Keys
'ho this oulte, 273 lit
J. A. Cummins' b m Ka Aolani
aged, 115 Leonard 1
Kealia Ranch c f Miss I'ritchurd 4
yrs, 113 Willio 2
J. Dow's s g Oscurios aged, 117. . .
Kealia Ranch b m Patmhi aged,
11 fi llowson 4
Waterford StablcB b f Camilla, 3
yrs, 102 Kona 5
N. Perry's b m Lalla Rookh aged,
llii Mauuukea (5
Several false starts were made,
Lalla Rookh being somewhat refrac
tory. At last the (lag fell to a fair
start, Oscurios and Miss Pritchard
getting the best of it. Before the
horses had gone fifty yards Ka Ao
lani shot to the front and soon held
& lead of a length. Coming round
the bend for homo Ka Aolani was
still lauding and finally landed an
easy winner by a good length, half
a length between the second and
third. Time, 50J seconds.
2nd IDS MAJESTY'S CUP, $100 added.
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile daiih.
There being only one entry for
this race, J. A. Cummins' Ivory, it
was declared off.
3rd KING'S PLATE, $75.
TROTTING nnd PACING. Mile
heats; best 2 in 3 to harness. Ha
waiian bred horssg.
Kealia Ranch h f Wilhelmino 107
Kealia Ranch b I Julia S 107
Chas. Lucas' b f Lclekaio 107..Dnvid 3
Waterford Stables' g h Troubadour
110 Kona 4
This race, a new departure by the
Jockey Club, created considerable
excitement. Tliere'were five ac
ceptances, but Mana had been with
drawn the previous day. The four
contesting animals were much ad
mired as they paraded previous
to the start. There was a long
delay at the start caused by
Juliai.S. refusing to join the other
horses. Troubadour twice ran a
considerable distance before being
pulled up. At last they were off to
a fairly good start, Lelekaio show
ing the way, with Wilhelmine sec
ond and Julia S. last. At the half
mile post the latter improved her
position aud round the turn Wil
helmine, Lelekaio and Julia S. were
running neck and neck. A few yards
before the quarter pole was reached
Wilhelmine went to the front and
coming along full of running won
in the easiest manner by ten lengths,
Lelekaio third a length behind Julia
S. Time, 1:23.
7th WAIMANALO PLATE, $50 added.
TROTTING RACE. Threo minute
class. Mile heats; best 2 in 3. For
all horses tluit have never beaten !!
minutes. Plato to become the pro
perty of the one winning It twico.
Paul Isenberg, Jr., g mMilly. . . .1 1
J. A. Cummins' c st Emperor. ..2 2
W. M. Cunningham's c g Dick., dis.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
273 It Auctioneer.
The Finest Line of Millinery Goods !
Untrimmcd Hats for Misses' and Children,
Flowers, Tips, Hat Trimmings, Fancy Ribbons, Etc.,
Wire Hat Frames, Wire Bonnet Frames,
In all tho New Shades ;
Silk Laces, Silk Nettings, Gnuzes, All-over Silk Laces, Now Wash Mate
rials, in white, plain and figured ; Boy's Shirt Waists,
Fiuo Ijnmb'a Wool Underwear, Flannel Coats and Vests,
All-wool Ororshirts, Etc., Etc., just received by the "Umatilla" by
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millinery House, cor. Fort & Hotel sts.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.
88 & SO
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes,
Correct Styles fi0 Latest Designs Jg$ All Pricoa.
rr;.n... 9.r,ni. o.nn.i.r.
illlW "WJ .. r
First heat: II. G. Agnew drove
Milly, C. Storms Emperor aud J.
Avery Dick. When the word go
was given Dick took the lead, a
collision very neurly taking place
between the other two. Before the
three quarter pole was reached Em
peror got the lead but nearing tho
half mile pole Milly was in front
and not being again headed won the
heat by fully two lengths. Dick
Second heat: Milly took the lead
after the word go nnd maintained it
to the wire, winning easily.
8th ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP, $100 added.
RUNNING RACE. 1 mile dash.
Fieu lor all, winuur to beat 1 s-15J,
To be run for annually.
J. Dow's s g Oscurios, aged, 119
Kealia Ranch c f JliBb Pritchard
lyra 113 Willie 2
Kealia Ranch b m Patiahi, aged,
J15 llowson 3
Waterfoid Stables b st Hancock
aged, 122 Kona 4
This was looked upon as the race
of ths day. With Cal. Leonard ou
his back good many inougiii
favorably of Oscurios, the dark
J. A. Cummins' b st J. A. C, 5 yrs.
122 Noble 2
Rob Roy got a slight advantage
at the start, but before many yards
had been run J. A. C. closed up and
was leading on passing the wire the
first time. By the time the three
quarter pole was reached the two
horses were running neck and neck,
and from there to the half mile pole
a blanket would have covered them
both. After passing the latter pole,
Rob Roy got a lead of half a length
and they ran in this position to the
turn for home where J. A. C. made
his effort, but Rob Roy was able to
hold his own and won a pretty race
by half a length. Time 2:50.
12th POST MATCH, $20.
There being no entries, this event
was declared off.
13th OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. CUP.
NOVELTY RACE. Runninp; 1 mile
dash. 1st, 2nd and 3rd quarter, $25
each; 4th quurier, (50 and Cup.
lluwuiiun bred horses.
Waterford Stables' g h Troubadour,
2 yrs. 77 Joe Uu
J. A. Cummins' g g Surprise, aged
Kealia Ranch's b c Wilhelmine, 2
yrs. 75 llowson 3
J. A. Cummins' g m Ivory, aged
Waterford Stables' c g Red Oak,
aged 119 Kona S
Cecil Brown's b g Piko Nui, aged
E. R. -Miles' bht Hancock, Jr., 4
yrs. 118 Willie 7
R. Kalanipoo's b g Hey Therp,
aged 119 David 8
There was considerable excite
ment over this race bb the eight
horses paraded before the stand
ready for the start. Surprise was
a hot favorite, though Ivory and
Wilhelmine hnd many admirers.
Several false starts were made and
during one Surprise fouled Red
Oak. The Judges ruled Leonard,
the rider of Surprise, off the track,
and Joe Ferreira was given the
mount. The two year old Trouba
dour was very restless at the post
and at one lime his owner thought
serioubly of drawing him out. At
last the (lag fell to a somewhat poor
start, Troubadour almost being left
at the post. Surprise and Wilhel
mine shot out from the others and in
the order named soon held a lead of
fifty yards. Iu this position they
rau to the quarter mile pole. In
the meantime Troubadour, after
leaving the three quarter polo, bc
gau to make up lost ground and
going along with a wet sail was
soon close up with the leaders.
Coming up the stretch Troubadour
was pushed for all he was worth
and catching Surprise about twenty
yards from the wire won a splen
didly ridden race by a head, WIN
helinine three lengths away third,
the others scattered. Whon Trou
badour returned to weigh, in, his
jockey, Joe Uu, the smallest rider
during the day, received a perfect
ovation from the assembled crowd.
Tho little fellow belongs to Mam and
has only recently been taken in
hand by the Waterford Stables, nnd
Assignee's Sale of
By order of Lnuia T. Valentine, As
sdgucq of the Bankrupt Estnto of W. R.
Buchanan, I will sell at Public Auction
nt his residence, Berctania street,
On Thursday, June 13,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 91.,
Tho Whole of the Household Furniture
Belonging to siid Estate, con
1B.W. Parlor SniteinHairCloth
1 Leather Cover6d Dining-ronm Suite,
1 Black Walnut Bedroom Set,
D. B. SMITH, Atxont.
Largo and Small Rugs
Engravings and Pictures,
Chandeliers & Clocks !
Curtains and Cornices,
Rattan Chairs, &c, &c.
1 PHAETON & HARNESS
1 Share Kapiolani Paris: Association.
LEWIS J. IiEVEY,
271 3t Auctioneer.
B. P. EHLIES
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
$jF N. B. On and after May
of our Dressmaking Rooms.
15th, MISS CLARK will have charge
-OFFER AT BED ROCK TRICES-
ANEW Wilcox & White Parlor
Organ with eight stops. Suitable
for school or church. A fine instru
ment. Applv at 57 Punchbowl btieet,
opposite H. P. Mission Institute. 273 tf
Lost or Mislaid.
CERTIFICATE No. 241 for 20 shares
Mutnul Telephone Stock standing
in the name of O.K. Stillmau, on which
transfer has been stopped. Finder please
return to Mr. O. K. Btilhmui or to the
Bulletin OOkc. 271d.9"Jw.tf
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
California Hay, Oats, Bran,
Oil Cake Meal, Linseed Meal, - '
Barley, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
Wheat and Corn Flour.
FLOUR SfaTAlta, Golden Gate & Salinas-a FLOUR
Telephones, No. 175.
New Zealand Jams !
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
NOTICE is hereby given to all per.
sons having claims against the
estate of A. Kaunui, dt ceased, to present
tho same to the undersigned executors,
within six months from the date of this
notice or they will be forever burred.
E. II. BAILEY,
Wailuku, Maui, June 1, 188!). 272 lm
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
MR. E. C. ROWE, Painter, has
moved his place of buincs3 into
tho building lately occupied by the
Pacific Hose Co., ICine; street, near Fort.
NOTICE oi REMOVAL.
JUST received a consignment of New
Zealand Jams, assorted cases. For
sale at low prices hv
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
227 tf 28 Merchant street.
MR. LOUIS ADLER hegs to Inform
the public thut ho has received
an elegant assortment of Ladies and
Gent's Boots, Shoes Slid Slippers by the
Inst steamer. . 248 ra
FOR SALE" CHEAP
A YOUNG Buddie
animal for a boy), and
Colt. Saddle, bridle.
etc.. thrown in to make
Apply at this office. 251 tf
STORE TO LET
JOHN NOTr has removed his Stove,
Range, Agate and Tinware Depart
ment to No. 95 nnd 97 King Btrect, near
Fort 6trcet. The Work Shop will bo at
tho old stand for tho present
2H8 lw JOHN NOTT.
THE undersigned hereby gives notice
that being about to leave this
Kingdom ho bus, as provided by the co
partnership agreement of his Arm of
Sliij; Clio n g & Co., appointed Hong
Quon as managing partner of said firm
of Sing Chong ifc Co. during his said
A. II. LOO NQAWK.
Honolulu, June 8, IBriU. 370 lw
Chinese Employment Ofllco
THE undersigned begs to. notify Hie
public that he has opened a Chi.
nose Employment Office, at No, H7 King
street, will tako contracts for carpenter
work, painting, etc. Mcbsugcs delivered
to the Chinese. Mutual Telephone 885,
No cliargo lor getting servants. Office
in Luck Lung Chung's carpenter chop.
2571m LEE OUU.
THE Store lately occupied
by E. O. Rowe, Way's
Block, King street, at reason.
rental. Possession given at once.
J. G. ROTIIWELL.
IUBNISHED Rooms to let,
? southwest corner of
Punchbowl and Jleictuniu
streets, would Vo very convenient for a
small family. 255 Gm
A HOUSE, with 8 largo and
2 Miiull rooms with kit.
chen und bathroom attached,
on Alakea street, opposite Dr, Mc
Wayne's. Apply to Jobu Cook, on pre
mlses, or nt this office. 219 tf
Carriage For Sale Chenp.
1NEW Cutunuer Can
rlapu just finished
and handsomely trimmed
in first class stylo must be immediately
sold to close an assignment, can be seen
at W. 11. Puge'a carriage manufactury,
No. 128 Fort btreet.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
THE 'Emerson Homestead,'
beautifully situated in
Waialua, Oahu, H. I., com
priting a large house with 10 rooms,
kitchen, pantry, ham, etc., 11 acres of
choice land now partly in taro and other
vegetables, and a rich pasturo of 0
acres within half a mile. Pure water ia
brought to the honse and grounds from
never failing springs, the supply of
which can be indefinitely increased in
quantity. There is u good carriage' road
to Honolulu, 28 miles distant, also to the
steam boat landing, Icsb than half a
mile distant, where steamers from tho
city touch three times u week. The pic.
turcsque scenery, tine climate and un.
rivalled water privilege make this a
most desirable place for a country re
treat and sanitarium. Terms moderate.
For further information apply to
J. A. MAGOON,
257 tf Honolulu.
Dosirablo Cottage To Let
COTTAGE, corner King and
South streets, less than
10 minutes walk from Post
Office. Lofty rooms, all conveniences.
J. E. BROWN & CO,,
255 tf 28 Merchant street.
Stables & Pasturage To Lot.
IJtXOELLENT Stables con
li taiuing lit Stalls, Cottage
and 7 acres Pasturo Land, on
South street, near King, formerly occu.
pled by Mr. White, proprietor of the
Palama Bus. To let on very moderato
terms. Apply to
J. E. BROWN A CO,,
355 tf 28 Merchant street,
BOATS FOR SALE,
WE have on hand one 02,
foot Whaloboat, with
iron centcr.lioard, roast, sail,
oars, etc., complctoi suitable
for nthing. Also, one 75.1b. Clinker
Pleasure Skiff, copper fmtencd, with
oars and rowlocks; will be sold cheap
for cash. Both now. Apply at
2601m BhopiiearthoFish Market.