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Department of Fiuunco.
The Minister of Finance lins up
fuovi'd of the appointment of thov
hillowiug persons, made by the As
fcii.sors General or their Deputies
1st division island or oahu.
District o Honolulu T. A. Lloyd
" l E wff nnd wiMAtuie
" Waialun W. 0. Lano
" Kookuloo . . . . V. C. Lane
" ' Koolaupoko
Aia Kaulia & E.P.Aikuo
2ND DIVISION ISLAND OF MAUI.
District of Lahaina . . . .David Taylor
"SVniluku John H. fetclliug
" Mhkawao."Vm. P. Fennell
liana Jos. P. Sylva
" Molokoi. D. Kalauokalani
Lanai. . . . D. Kalouokaluni
-ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Districtof llilo. ..
N. ini;i. .
" nvi.. .
", , Ka.
" , N. KmIIU. ,
" S. Kona.. .
" H. KnUtki
' ' S. TCohnla
. . Jona. Tucker
. .Jona. Tucker
.0. T. Shipman
. U. T. Shipman
Win. J. Wright
. . . .fas. Bright
" niniikuii..CIus. Williams
ITU DIVISION. ISLAND OF KAUAI.
District of Kolon.
" .- Hanalei .
" Wuimca ..
' Xiihau. ..
...A. K. Mika
.J. B. Hanaikc
J. C. Long
. ..L. II. Stolz
...L. II. Stolz
W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
4 Irrigation Notice.
Holders of water privileges, or
those paying water rates, arc hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irrigating purposes, are
fiom: G o'clock to 8 o'clock a. m.,
nnd 4 o'clock to 6 o'clock p. m.
All those found violating the above
rule will be liable to have their supply
of water cut off.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
A pproved :
L: A. TimnsTON,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, July 8, 1889. 294 tf
Honolulu Jax Assessor's Office.
From and after July 1, 1889, tho
undersigned, Deputy Assessor and
Collector of Taxes for the District of
Kona, Island of O.ihu, will bo in hit
it like in the Kapuaiwa Building on
i;ch day of tho week (Sundays ex
cepted, frorii 9 o'clock until 4 o'clock
excepting Saturdays when the oilice
will clo-e-at 12 o'olock noon), for the
purpose of receiving tho returns of
all persons liable to taxation in
'glAU returns must be made to
the undersigned not 'later than? July
31, 1889, or no appeflls'can bylaw be
Special attention is herewith drawn
bv the, undursiguod to the fact that
no return is valid in ltiw unlcsB sworn
to before tho Assnssor, Deputy As
hessor, Notary Public, or some other
person authorized to administer
IBlarik) forms on whieh to make re
turns can be had daily during the
month of July on application at tho
office-of the undersigned. -
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy rAsscssor and Collector of
Taxes, for. Distiict of Koutt, Is
'land of Onhu.
W. L. GltEKX,
Minister of Finuucc.
292 3w .
INURING my absence from the King.
J (torn, Sir, Naimran Fernandez,
with P. M-. Hatch, KecJ , will act for me
'under full power of attorney.
. .Honolulu, July 6, It-B-. W1M 2w
FROM and rtfli-r this date I hereby
auihorifce Mr. Frank It Auerbach,
28 Mercliunt street, to collect und hcitlo
nil aciouuta duo t nnr) bv inc.
D. PAUL ItjENBERG.
Honolulu. July I, 1880 0U lw
7 " NOTICE.
ON account of the Steamer "Klusu"
going on ihu Marine Railway, ehe
vvjll nrrivo in Hono ulu on Siiurluy,
July iHih, Instenit ol Wednesday, July
WILDER'S S. 8. CO,
Honolulu, July li, ls89. 218 lw
1'EE TUCK WAI CO., has sold out
iu rntlie Inurtst in turn plunta.
tlbb "Ht-f'Manoa, together with Icaeu,
bouse, tools, pigj, (ohIs, curls, etc. All
accounts contracted juevluiis to thdbalu
YEE YUCK 1VAI CO.
.Honolulu, July JO, lo-;U. tOl bt
a- ii J3
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But esta&lithcci for tie benefit of all.
THURSDAY. JULY 18, 1889.
One of the proprietors of the bad
sidewalks referred to the other day
says he has been awaiting for soma
time a grade from the public works
oQlcc in order to make the desired
improvement. The Government is
n-little slow on the grade business,
perhaps because it has too much
On June 17th Win. Henry Smith,
Government leader in the Diitisu
House of Commons, announced the
postponement of f miner proceed
ings in relation to the bill to put
into effect the Sugar Bounties Con
vention. The Government is thus
beaten by the beet interests at the
end of a long light.
A correspondent in to-day's issue
advocates a home insurance com
pany to take risks on cargoes of su
gar. Less wealthy mercantile com
munities have conducted marine in
surance on a large scale with heavy
profits, wheie the risks taken were
much more hazardous than those of
vc"cls in the trade between here
ami S.m I'rv.icisco.
THt HOME ENTERPRISE MATTER.
With reference to the "grievance"
mentioned in this paper the other day,
and adverted to by a correspondent
iu this issue, in justice to the Collector-General
we give a statement
thnt he has furnished in the matter.
During the past eighteen mouths the
Custom House has expended $210.15
on printing in Honolulu, while in the
same pciiod it paid 699 for printing
done in ban Francisco the differ
ent accounts being 2-1, $50 and
S25. Mr. Cleghorn asserts that the
Bureau of Customs bus had less
work done abroad than almost any
other branch of the Government
service. The printing sent away
has been that of stamps and a cer
tain kind of blanks, and hesas
that the difference in one job be
tween here and theie was of ?9 and
85. Mr. Cleghorn while in San -Francisco
recently obtained certain in
formation regarding customs oflice
details, but did not suck estimates
of printing or anything of that kind.
There are points in our correspond
ent's letter, apart from the matter
giving rise to the discussion, which
are well woithy of the most thought
ful consideration by all concerned.
Atl INVITING PROJECT. .
Editor Bulletin: Heading in
your issue of the loth insl., that n
charter had been granted to some of
our capitalists for $1,000,000 for a
cable from San Francisco to these
islands, the idea struck me that,
as we just now are enjoying and re
ceiving a fair price for sugar, and
are growing rich, and can put in a
million on a cable (all to he scut
away .from here to pay for making
the cable in England or America
and for laying it)
Why cannot we put some of our
spare capital into a Marinclnburauce
Association, not for instiling vessels
but our own sugar lenving out
nee, hides, etc., if you like. The
sugar leaves tho mill, on Hawaii,
Maui, or Kauai,, and is insured till
it gets here so much per cent, then
is shipped in either a sailing vessel
or a steamer to tho Coast another
one per cent, at least; and, as far
as I know, for the last 20 years and
more, we have .never had a loss ex
ceptthe Costa liica a fire on board.
If any one with a head for figures
will take tile sugars we have shipped
from here (outsido of islaud'insur
ance) at its export price and then
put on that say ij to 1 per ccut,lhey
will not fail to perceive that the Mu
rine insurance companies have held
their own. Of course, our big mer
chant, agents for .fuivigu insurance
companies, can't see it, mid will not
advocate it, as the sugar is not
theirs and the commissions on poli
cies are. Besides they run no risks.
Now, I say boldly tnat this scheme
of mine insurance on sugars (not
vessels) is by far a better scheme
than that of the cable, as it requires
no capital to invest and be out pf,
for an indefinite time, hut only iu
case of a loss a call would
be made on stockholders, and if
we have the luck we Jiuve here
tofore had for bay six or eight
mouths, the premiums would pay
all, or make a sinking fund to meet
loaBcs. As one thing generally leads
to another, hi time we might gather
courage to insure vessels (from here
to the Coast) and, us the present
rate is something enormous, it
would pay. Just for a moment look
at the uinouni paid here (ail to go
abroad) for insurance on our island
steamers all in oommuud of men
who know the different popts, as
well by night as day. I doii't know
what they pay now; I think about
8 per cent. It used to be 12 per
cent. What an income would bo
DAllA i3tfLim fcONOMMAf, tfUM
thcidnlonci formerly the IHcn, of In
suring ourselves was out of the ques
tion ns the owners of the planta
tions and sugar crops were com
pletely in the bands of the agents,
or the bank,for advanccs,and had to
do what they were told to,or be frozen
out, by simply refuslntf'to make any
moie advances. Bui now, wc have
a few that are clear of debt and put
on a little style.
Our late sales of slocks will Illus
trate this better than I Can, for
when, certain stock of par value 8100
sells for S31'2,aml that without divi
dend this year (a In the Khedive of
Jbgypt, when he sold buez Canal
stock with the coupons cut off), it
shows thnt we can make a fair pro
fit, nt present price 8.22, evcn'lf we
pay 9 to 12 per cent, interest per
annum (compounded) on our ad
vances irom agents. Some have
made money heretofore, but not the
planters. 1 will close this attempt
to submit nn Important subject, hop
ing that some others may agree with
my views. Kila.
July lGth, 1889.
Editoii Bulletin: Your issue of
the ltith has an article headed "A
Grievance." I will deal with the
particular grievance you allude to
later on for this reason, that 1 wish
to look nt this malteri'i'um a fair
standpoint. I have taken the
trouble to inform myself on many
points nitk legnrd to the question
of prices charged for various kinds
of mcichuudise sold in this market.
Many causes arc atloat to account
for apparently high prices. First
ami foremost the wretched system
of audit which obtains to such an
alaiining extent in this country. It
is a most dilluult tling for any
dealer tp gauge his prices so that
he may be just to all. Not a retail
dealer among us who docs anything
of a business who cannot figure up
hundreds of dollars every mouth for
miserable little amounts that are
Hardly wortn the shoe leather re
quired to collect them, and yet were
tlie-.e small items promptly paid
after all the bookkeeping and bill
delivering necessary to them, how
much better for the dealer to have
the cash wherewith to meet hii own
bills instead of having to resort to
accommodation for whieh he must
pay. Theie seems to me to be a
heartless thoughtlessness on l)e part
of many of our most prominent resi
dents in this matter, which I am
suio that were they to put them
selves in the others' place they
would mend their ways. It is often
argued by these same people that
they can buy cheaper in a Chinese
store. Yes, they may with cash
down on the nail and carry the
bundles home themselves. Why not
adopt this plnu in a white man's
The above influences hi ought so
forcibly to' bear on a storekeeper
must of necessity affect his judg
ment in his quotations to larger
buyers, whose accounts are prompt
ly settled as a rule ; and for this
reason to come moie closely to the
husipess alluded to in your article
many oiders have gone away fiom
here. Both beller and buyer weie
at fault the seller for the reasons
above and the buyer because he did
not feel safe in any pi ice that might
be quoted toddm. A lack of confi
dence on either side iu n business
transaction always works injury. 1
have spoken with many of our busi
ness men as to the why and where
fore their orders went to the Coast
for what may be called staple office
stationery, and in almost every in
stance they admit their cheerful
willingness to pny a leasonably
i higher price here, but their minds
liave been unburn with iheuiea that
they were being fleeced and the
consequent sending away of orders
has been the lesult. For this no
one was to blame except the station
er and printer j yet, there is this
one question to be settled : Did the
buyer give the printer or stationer a
fair show by obtaining a price for
ns laige a quantity as that he was
obliged to order from the Coast V
Now, sir, for that Government
grievance. I have reasonably paved
the way to account for business men
seeking the cheapest market in'
which to buy their goods, and us
our Government nlficials are largely
a part, diiuctly or indiiectly, of our
business mm, they would be very
apt to be up to their old tricks in
their new positions. Ol such stuff
are lots of uiuu who, if they came
before the country to .isk the peo
ple's suffrages would (:l" patiiotism
and at that bosh. 1 am assuming of
course that you are correct iu the
quotation you have made and that
being the case a rank injustice lias
been dona to s.ome one-pr other of
the printing establishments named,
all of which have large amounts in
vested and are promptly notified by
tho tax assessor to pay up on their
valuations. The placing of this par
ticular order must, I presume, have
been given with the consent of the
Cabinet, and If that is the case an
observing public will know what to
do in the matter when the next gen
eral election comes ou. The one
instance you speak of is far from
being an isolated case, Quantities
of goods lequired by the Govern
ment are bought a ay from here
and yet when driven to extremities
they expect to get small lots of
goods in town at bottom rates. "What
inducement's ihero for cither of the
stutlouur's stores to carry stock (on
which they pay tuxes) and then
treat the Goveinmont differently
The Board of Education, fof in'
stance, is required by law to supply
till educational books at as low a
price a9 is consistent with reason.
Who on cat th over heard ol actual
cost being consistent with rcnbonV
Docs it cost nothing to carry ten
thousand dollars' worth of stock?
And pray nro books of poetry nnd
other Christinas picsents fairly to
be considered educatiou-d works?
Is not this turning the purposes of
Government Into u sort of junk
shop? Why not impoit gioceilcs
nnd dry goods for the Asylum and
Leper Settlement? Start a sort of
general merchandise store all around
nnd let the storekeepeis go to
It seems to me that the Govern
ment has absolutely no right to buy
an)' of the ordinary commodities
outside of the country. The prin
ciple is wrong because there is little
if any danger of their being swin
dled by any of the dealers here.
To revert to that Custom House
transaction and ilie misciablc petti
ness of splitting haiis over a fifty
cent piece, I came across a little pill
I found hnrd to Bwallow the other
day. A buyer of goods iu San
Francisco has to have two bills, one
for free goods and one for dutiable 1
On the bill fur free goods 63. Q0 is
added, on tho bill for dutiable goods
81.00 is added for consul fees in
San Francisco. Nun mark the dollar
is stuck on the dutiable bill and
then when preseuted here for clear
ing $2.. 10 more is carefully stuck
on. Then the law sa3's you pay 10
percent duly on dutiable goods of
certain kinds not on consul fees
and entry fees yet when the duties
are figured out you find you have
paid 10 percent on $3.50 more than
the value of the goods which are
declared by law to he dutiable. If
this Is not sharp practice please tell
me what U? And yet these same
individuals split slraws over a print
ing job. It is high time a big kjek
was made and these men made to
feel they are the servants of the
people and not the people's bosses.
Non Nobis Solum.
Honolulu, July 17, 1889.
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
Tliuisday, July 17. 1889, and
Every Nlett This Wsel
Store of Egan & Co.,
AT 7 O'CLOCK.
Until the Whole Slock is DNpiscdof
LEWIS .1. LEVEY,
:tnn t r
' , . IHjy It U'll IU II Mil KJIHHI
. m iu -.m.-i n.
ijk. me iimiur ' n i umiiiiii
uitne io 101 lakc. s rctst wil'
receive " reward. !!0 l S!i
PIANO VOM SALE.
.KK Kino Wolii r Pimm in iro
order, will In; ml" a' n reu.onalil
price, cim l.u bi i-ii nt mj riMidcnre, No
in ro ittnci near nininni
302 1v JI. GREEN'.
FAT BEEF CATTLE.
VE Handled lk-nd
l'al r "t l-T .ali",
I Mm ml ot Hawaii.
'"rUHS is" to niiti'i ilmi nil account
JL ruiiiiiiig fix monh- mid over, un
nut paid lie torn August fiili wiU ii
handed for"colltct!on witlnim fnit'(r
notice. N. S. SAOI1S.
Ilonoli In, July lfi, lhb!. HCM lw
IN accordance with terms of Ilio char,
ler, the members of the Qiicn'?
Ifotpitnl Corporation are herein noli
(led ihnllhu hleuniiil meeting "111 titkt
place at the rnon of Mie Climnlirr of
i.omniercu on MONDAY, ,fu'v 22nd,
nt 1 1 .o'clock a. M J. H. PATY,
282 4lo.iw Sec-entry, pro tern.
THE annual minting of the Wiiloliinn
Aitpciilluial i liriiziiig Co, (ld)
will bn lii-ld ut the llli-o of i l. I.iikeu
Honolulu mi MONDAY, July I'll, ttribl)
at 10 o'clock a., u
O. P. IAUKICA,
2!)7 15i!)(iU titcrttury.
NEW WPeox & While 1'arlnr
Orjun with t-glit stop' huliaulu
for Fchool or cliuruli A flint Instru
mi-iit. Apply at 57 I'nnclilmwl street,
oppotiie is P. MHion Institute. 273 if
lluid 'I able. 2 LIl'IU
Mitlu Dum i Carts nnd 2
lltrnt'ts for t-aine Inquire at H II,
Willium-' Storo, Kort siiei.t.
HAS Ilio ln-st mid ibf-npct lilnck
lf.nl, Uoiil, Mind ami .toll for
mlo iu ui.y iU,uiil y MMly "i lh 'ttw
oltlco of William 0. Aulil, No. llll Aier.
chaut btrcct, Honolulu, 11. 1, 301 im
fltJJiV 18, WB9.. ., ,
Auction Sales by James P, Morgan.
Administrator's Sato of
On FRIDAY, July 19,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At my Sslesto ins, Qiucn stitei, I will
sell ai Public Miction, byirlurof Mr.
G. I.uchh, Administrator of ilie Ksiuic
of Mis M. Krrgnn, di erased ilio Furnl.
lure of s tid Kitatu. ci mpilslng:
1 Black Hair Cloth Parlor Set,
Koa lledbttiuls. Mattrc?er',
Lounges, Bureaus, Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
Six HorsesAt Auction
l will sell at l'ulilic Auction, in front
of my Salesroom, Qai-cu ttri ct.
On THURSDAY, July 25th.
AT 19 O'CLOCK XOON,
Six Horsos from the following Well
Stanford, Spinydoii Ulnre,
YnK Veiitnro, Jr., Colt.
J" For particular!" apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or S. G. WiMinu. PIP ill
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
Ilnive recelvid instructions to sell at
Public Atiuilun, at my Sales
room, Queen street,
AT J O'CLOCK XOO.V,
The Following Desirable Properties,
At Pulama at, rear of the residence ol
II. H. 11. i ilitinkalaiii:
Containing 44M0O0 acie, niih entrance
liy lane from King Btici-t. llicic is a
r-u'i-Laiitiul Duelling Potisr with Out.
iidiisii-, etc, on the' lot, plunttd with
bh.ulo nnd fiuit irc-ea
Adjoining Lot A, a fli e site for a reti
deuce. LOT I.
A small lot, v.it'i ('airiagc House, Stu.
lib s. etc.
Tho close priximit of these lpts tr
ing t.lrue', and the di tmind f r re-i'1
l(i)ce at 1 'ultima, n-mlci tin's mi in
usual eh-tnc i to obtain line pumitci-.
i - o' the piOLiny can bu teen ai tn
For furtliei pr ieulnra appl. .o
JAS. P. MO HO AN,
H02 13 Am Lit ei
A Desirable lteita !
FOR SALE at U'.TION.
On TIIUIt&DAY, Aug. 1st.
AT l!i O'CLOCK XOOX.
U my Snli-sro'in , Qu en s-ieet I will
sell ai Pu
fit Desirable Property !
hiiiiiiiud at I'uii.iliiiii
i'd lately ocutpie-i bv v r. ,J. r". Grt.
him as a "resilience. 'Ill preinin-. h m
i "imituiM! r:i(iO ft-t I ti i in-ilniiii sir e
00 del (in A- es an i-liei't .mii 2'Ofc
ii Alexin ler "! reel. Mini - n
Commodious Dwelling House
()n lhc hit ronlni'iiiiK I'nl , !l lie '
iikiiu'J. Diiiiauu Old, Kltellen null 1 ii
try, etc Also,
IELB'g-O ftJllo '
A'itli Four MnlK ud Oiirtiaffo House
and e vants' Iti-om . Aili.iiui Wier
lliriiiifjliout th'i preiiiUes. The grounds
.ire ' ell envirrd whh aracs anu hub.
I'lui healtliy locmh n of ihis pioperly
and the nearntss In iho I'nnHhtiu Tmra
e.irs. ma'i' it due of tho moi.t dt-nirahli
family lesidcnces otleit-d for pale.
B"fnr anv furiher particulars apply
io S. F. Onih'im, or to
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
NOTICE to CK EDITORS.
THE undendijii' d (.'Ives notice thnt
he has let-n 'nipnint'd KxecuKr
ot lint Will of " rs Alarnaiet Keegan,
deceased. All persons haviiij.' any clulms
Hgal ist lu-r e.tiiin whether seemed li
ninrtgug or olh rwlu aru reiiiiesu-d io
picseui the s -mo duly aiithcnticaud and
wiih proper vnuehers It any exist. to
him at his officii on Knit sin ut, in llono
ulu within i-lx ii-nntliB from dale m
ihoy will be forever -arred; aad all
pcrhnns itnhiMcd to said estate are re.
quested to mike immediate payment
Honolulu, July 10, Im. 297 Im
Lost or Mislaid.
CER'I IFIO TK No. 241 for 20 shares
Mutual Telephone -took standing
in the name of ('. K. Millmau, ou which
ti ansfer 1ih liei n stopped, Finder plciiso
return to Mr. ). K. rjtllluinn or to tlm
Bttm.ktin Ollf p. 27ld.91w.if
European JJHliard Pu'lpr.
THE Ilandsomi-iii HHllard Parlfjrs in
tlm city, and tlfted up In a mnnt
approved stylo Fourtuhps with all the
J. i. IlOWJiN & CO,,
370 It Proprietor!.
THE WRITING IS IN PLAIN" SIGHT, EVEN TO THE' LAST
No Tilting of Carriage to Consume TimeOnly 28 Koys-
Full CaBO of 84 CharaotersInterohangoablo Typo
Keys that can bo Changed in 5 Seconds.
&t This method allows tho use of any languago or style of type.
The alignment of tho Ckandall is far superior to any other typo writer.
layiS.: - .ii ior.iw.iiia.
This cut represents the Typo Sleovc peculiar to the CnANUALiiTYi-E Whiter.
It moves up and down, nnd twirls to the light and loft to reach a common
punting point. It contains all the letteib capitals, "lower case," figures
and punctuation niniks to the number of eighty-four characters. This
Typo Sleeve can he tenioved, nnd another, with an cntiro change of typt,
inserted in tho machine in a few seconds. The Sleeves can bo increased in
number so ns to include all styles of letters.
gj8 Send for Catalogues.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
22 If General Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
arriage Manufacfuring Co.
All Kiufls of Carriap
Solicited at Very
Our PATENT BREAKS originated in Honolulu hy us have been
Reduced 25 Per Cent in Piice.
-JUST RECEIVED A
ieomd Growth of White Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Felloes, It. ms,
Plankntc, Heavy Hickory TVagou,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.
gSP-ALL AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE.J
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF' BAR IRON.
n a it, '
STILES ail DUALITIES !
HAYING been duly appointed As
Bifc'uee of tho Estate of Arthur
Jnhpstonp, bankrupt, I hereby notify
all persons haying claftps against said
e tate to prcscni ilie same to mo at once
duly proven beforo the Ootirt, and all
nurBons Indebted to said estato will m-iku
ilium ilnt payment to ipe at my nljlce,
01 ICing sttect, upftniiA
, DAVID DAYTON.
Honolulu, July 18, 1889. J) i
lBA.T'CJR.EJ - Sl
v 4. it?l&'AK
& Wagon RepairiM
LARGE INVOICE OF-
New Zealand Jams !
IUST received a ciinfignment of New
Zealand .Innix, esorted cases. For
-nle nt lO'A prices liv
J E. BROVN & CO.,
'27 tf 28 Merchant street.
FOB SALE ''
J on 1 ninui street.' in n re,i'
i coniilile fliri.n'.' Annh u.
J. M. MONSARBAT,
Cartwnghi's Hloclt. AUrciiant tit.
STOKE TO JL.ET
TUB Store lately occupied
r , biU,El - Il(,we. Way's
lilnck.- Kinir.-strei t. nt rnnn.
Possession given at once.
J. G. ROTHWELL.
Stables & Pasturuge Jl'o Let!.
MtA pXCELI.KNT 8tibles con
Ji talnlng lit Stalls. Collar
frwUlm and 7 acres PasiuruLand. (in
Diniii. tire.it. near King, foimerly oicu.
Pied by Mr. While, proprietor of the
P,.hin.a niiB. To hi on very modorato
ternn. Apply io
J. E. BROWN- & CO.,
25st 28 Merchant street.
FOR SALE or LEASE
jsJPfeA T-TUsE.and Premises at
ffiSi -M- WW, llqnoluli. House
ICfiUH contains threo large and two
tiuail mums and hall and a lame attlo
Co tagp with threo rooms on the 'tire!
misea; cook and bath'hongo. Btahlfl
will; threo stalls and carrloco house,
shade ani fruit trees or, tbe prJm HeV
Apply to J. M. MONSARAT,
Oiirurlghfs monk, Merchant St.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1NJ5W Ontundtr Car
riaco tntt flnici.
: and handsqmely trimmed
in first class s'tylo must bo 'immediaterv
sold to close an asHignmenj, 'fUn h0sePii
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOENOY,
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