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iDAlTP UMifflTITfM iWNOTTTTt .B, &, JTJ3M 10, X880,
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Department of Finance.
The Minister of Finance lias ap
proved of the appointment of the
following persons, made by the As
surors Gonerl or their Deputies :
1ST DIVISION ISLAND OF OAHU.
District of Honolulu T. A. Lloyd
" ita nnd Waianae ......
" "Walalua. . . ... . W. 0. Lane
" Koolauloa W. 0. Lane
Asa Kaulia & E.P.Aikuc
2kd division island op maui.
District of Lahaina .... David Taylor
" "Wailuku. John H. Stelling
" Mnkawao.Wm. P. Fcnnell
" h Haua Jos. I'. Sylva
" Molokni D. Kalauokalani
" Lunai . . . . D. Kalouokalani
IK? aD MVISIOS ISLAND OK HAWAII.
" , District of Hilo Jona. Tucker
jj& " N. IKlo Jona. Tucker
IL'r1' " l'wna O. T. Shipman
HE " la O. T. Shipman
mL - " N. Knn.1. .J. Kaclemukule
EBF"' , " S. Kona. .J. Kaelemukule
Mg' " N. lCoUila . Vra, J. Wright
Jk& ' " S. ljluilii Jae. Bright
mL'i- ' " v JIiii.tkiia..Uhas. Williams
4TI1 DIVISION ISLAND Or KAUAI.
District of Koloa A. K. Mika
" j "Lihuo J. B. Hanaike
" Kuwaihau S. Koiu
" llanalei J. C. Long
" . Waimca L. II. Stolz
Niihau L. II. Stolz
W. L. GREEN,
Minister of Finance.
Holders of water privileges, or
thoie paying water rates, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for irriuatinE purposes, are
fiom: (i. o'clock to 8 o'clock a. m.,
nnd 4. o'clock to 6 o'clock P. M.
All those found violating the above
j ule will be liable to have their supply
of water' cut off.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
A pproved :
L. A. TunnsTON,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, July 8, 1889. 294 tf
Honoluli Tax Assessor's Office,
From and after July 1, 1889, the
undersigned, Deputy Assessor and
Collector of Taxes for the District of
Ken a, Island of Oahu, will be in his
of lice in the Kapuaiwa Building on
each day of the week (Sundays ex
cepted), from 9 o'clock until 4 o'clock
.excepting Saturdays when the oflicc
will close at 12 o'clock noon), for the
purpose of receiving the returns of
nil porsons liable to taxation in
gJWAll returns must be made to
the undersigned not later than July
31, 1889, or no appeals can by law bo
Special attention is herewith drawn
by the undersigned to the fact that
no return is valid in law unless sworn
to before the Assessor, Deputy As
hesBor, Notary l'ublie, or some othor
person authorized to administer
Blank forms on which to make re
turns can be had daily during tho
month of July on application at the
oflicc of tho undersigned.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor and Collector of
Taxes for District of Kona, Is
land of Oahu.
W. L. GltEKN,
Minister of Finance.
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DUIUNG mv abticiice from tho King,
dom, Mr. Na'garan Fernandez,
with F. M. natch, Em)., will Act for me
under full power of atinrnt'v
Honolulu, July C, lb8. 2U4 aw
FROM and after this date I hereby
antlioriro Mr. Frank II. Anerlmcli,
28 Merclmnt sireet, to collect mid Beitlo
11 accounts due to and bv me.
J. PAUL ISENBERG.
Honolulu, July 1, 1889. a)0 lv
ON account of the Btenmer "Kinau"
going on the Marino Railway, alio
will arrive in Honolulu eu Sunday,
July 2Btti, instead of Wednesday, July
: WILDEK'S S. S. CO.
Honolulu, July H, 189. 218 lw
THIS Is to notify that all account
ruiinlug tlx m on I In unci over, and
not ptthl before August Bill, will be
handed for collection without fuitlitr
notice. N. S. SA0118.
Honolulu, July 18, 1B89. 0J lw
Pledged to neither Sect nor Partyt
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, JULY 19. 1889.
HOUSE ELECTRIC LIGHT.
The Bulletin conscientiously op
posed the furnishing of electric light
to private houses by the Govern
ment, ns savoring too much of an
objectionable degiee of paternal
rule. Nevertheless, our opinion
having been ove-ruled, we are pre
pared to assist in procuring the best
service of the kind possible. It is
said that the applications for con
nection with the system are so many
that it will put the Government to
Its best endeavors to supply the de
mand in acceptable season. As all
of our readers may not have re
ceived the circular of rules and
regulations of the system, a sum
mary of the salient points may be
given here. Applications for light
must be on forms provided by the
Government, and the Government
will furnish all the lamps at cost
price, none hut their lamps to be
allowed. Applicants may have their
buildings wired for themselves, hut
it must be done under Government
supervision. In short, it may bo
sa'd that the light is hiought to the
house siui'l-nly to the water supply,
all internal fittings being at the extra
expense of the user of the light.
Hates will be payable quarterly in
advance under penalty of cutting off
the light at two weeks' uotice. The
dynamos will be run from sunset to
sunrise, or longer il necessary. The
Government will try to supply u
steady and regular current, without
guaranteeing such or being respon
sible for breakdowns. Holders of
privileges cannot use the current or
light for any purpose other than that
stated in the application. Other
purposes that arc disallowed might
be such as laying the current on to
the chicken coop to knock over pre-,
datory visitors, or applying it to
rock the baby or run a sewing ma
chine, or to shock a fellow out of
bed at a desired early hour. Holders
must prevent unnecessary use of
lamps (a hint to young ladies when
their own "flames" tarry long in
the parlor). Slight interferences
with lights will be remedied by the
superintendent of lights, but other
alterations and repairs will be at the
expense of the holder of the privi
lege. All persons are cautioned
against handling or tampering with
the wires and fixtures. The rates
arc as follows:
Saloons, billiard rooms, etc.
$1.25 per month for each 10 candle
Stores 81 per month for each
1G candle power lamp.
Dwelling houses First o lamps
90 cents per month for each 1G can
dle power lamp ; second 5 lamps GO
cents per month for each 1G candle
power lamp ; all over 10 lamps 35
ccuts per month for each 1G candle
Hotels, hospitals, churches, halls,
etc. Where lights are only used
occasionally, will be given special
All night lamps $1.25 per month
for each 1G candle power lamp.
Lamps placed on the stieet or
sidewalk 25 cents per mouth, for
each 1G candle power lamp.
Upon enquiry it is learned, what
is not stated in the circular, that a
less number than Ave lamps, even
one lamp, will be supplied at pio
rata terms. This will pfford an
opportunity to holders of small cot
tages to have all the electric light
they want at a cost less than that of
two or three kerosene oil lamps.
CIRCUMSTANCES ALTER CASES.
Great are the niTstiTles nf life; it seems
ahnoB a Action,
Except that it irfahvuy.i life with practi
For men will loolc with long'ng eyes on
maidens fair, enrautiiiuil,
Hut iJiortly, as they win the prize, turn
surfeited when ruptured,
liut there's a wonder that we scan, that
puzzles mid aiuai-8,
How home hot-tempered, hasty man
appears in pa. lent pluses.
He chafes at all unused restraint, denies
all wifely wishes,
But one would think this chap a saint to
watch him as he Dishes.
For, through tonio linen wilting day, in
He'll troll the spin ami flsli away, for
hours aiill fiOiu-H together.
No matter if the llsh refuse his lining
bait to swallow.
.Still, all that btrennilet's weary length,
he patiently w ill follow.
Tpoti the hunk, he'll sprawl and wait,
or wadu in uia.eb crystal.
He'll lose the cork, and spill the bait,
out of his pocket pistol.
Have all the bit, a upon his neck from
And never tin n, a niord wreck, from
luiid speech or tropic.
Have all the woes uhicli do nllllct, and
turn one's sport to Hudes.
Hut then this porting Henedlct has
vent nijon the Indies,
For hcii his deur, (looted wife asks
him in gullele-s wonder,
"What have on caught?" ub sure as
life he'll tell her, "do to thunder!"
Cloolnc ExrrrlHpH, IMNtrlbntton of
1'rlzeM nnd Athletic Nportn.
The closing exercises of Iolani
school wore held yesterday after
noon. Tho interior of the large new
Bchoolroom was very tastily decor
ated with Hawaiian, American and
English flags, and wreaths of ferns
were hung all over the room. Small
flags were hanging from each of the
windows. On the walls were dis
played maps nnd freehand drawings
by the pupils which showed a high
degree of proficiency in that branch.
A uuip of rlnglaud nnd one of the Ha
waiian Islands were excellently done.
Some chalk drawing on blackboards
by Mr. John Bush, the head master,
used as copies for the boys, proved
him to be an expert. Among those
present were, H. R. II. Princess
I'oouiaikchitii, Rev. Alex, and Mrs.
Mackintosh, Rev. Geoige Wallace,
Rev. II. II. Goweti, Miss May, Miss
Mary Wight, Wray Taylor and wife.
Mrs. Breton, Mrs. Dudoit, Mrs.
Sharralt, Miss E. Sharratt, Mrs. J.
C. White, Mrs. Bushes, Mrs. Cooke
and C. H. White.
Following was the programme of
the lecitalions and songs:
O. Harrison Death of Marinlon
A, oses Wreck ot the Hesperus
Chorus The Fair orn
C. .Meinsen He'll; a Mnu
A . May Recitation
t. llanis '
How they brought the good news
fiom Ghent to Aix.
Chorus The -prlng
.1. Cook. .Eve of the b.ittleof Waterloo
Lhtlc hoys Recitations
J Cook llortuius
Choi ns Blight are the g.ories
C. Willi The bto waw.iy
S Philip Nerl and the Scholar
A.. Iliiiiis...i .
G. Clink Song
Old man hi the woods
D. Kellett.. Henry V. and Chief Justice
W . Hockley
2nd Part of K llonry IV. and V.
Chorus The Happy Peasants
The musical portion of the pro
gramme, under the direction of Mr.
J. W. Yarndlcv, was capitally
rendered by the boys, Mrs. Willis
presiding at the piano. Some ot
the recitations were given in a very
clear and distinct manner. Miss Pres
cott had charge of them. A song
by G. Clark was nicoly sung. At '
the conclusion of the programme
the Bishop of Honolulu presented
the prizes, which consisted of nicely
bound books. Following is the prize
The year's marks, result of exam
ination, nnd religious knowledge,
1st, C. E. S. Swinton, C. J. Willis;
2nd, for year's marks, Geo. Nihoa,
Alfred Dunn, Ah Tang, W. Beckley.
Grammar and composition 1st,
J. H. Davis; 2nd Geo. Claik.
Arithmetic and algebra D. P.
Religious knowledge 2nd, J. H.
Freehand drawing and map draw
ing 1st, C. J. Willis; 2, C. E. S.
Swinton, W. Beckley.
The year's marks Henry Beck
ley; 2nd, J. Kuauoni.
Religious knowledge 1st, Joseph
Cook; 2nd, Albert Harris.
Arithmetic Isaac Cockett.
Grammar 1st, Albert Ilarrio,
2nd, Arthur Moses.
Freehand di awing 1st, Henry
Beckley; 2nd, Ah Chang.
TIIIKD AND KOU11TII CLASS.
The year's marks 1st, A. May;
2nd, C. Siemsen, F. Wright, J.
Conduct C. Siemsen, T. Siem
sen. Arithmetic Ah Shun.
Religious knowledge 1st, F.
Wright; 2nd, A. May.
Hawaii Ponoi was sung and then
the visitors adjourned to the hcliool
grounds lo witness a series of athle
tic sports. Lemonade nas handed
around while the sports were in
progross. Following is the result:
100 yard dash (boys under 14)
100 yaicl dash (boys over 14)
High jump (boys over 14) C.
J. Willis, 4ft. 52 in.
High jump (boys under 14) G.
Clark, 3ft. SJin.
Throwing base ball (boys over 14)
C. J. Willis, distance 298ft. 4in.
Throwing baseball (boys under
14) G. Clark, distance 210ft.
i of a mile walk G. Harrison.
50 yard dash (boys under 10)
Putting shot 91b. (boys under 14)
G. Clark, 10ft. Gin.
Putting shot 91b. (boys over 14)
1st, C. J. Willis, distance 23ft.
lOin. ; 2nd, J. II. Davis, 23ft. Oin.
Quarter of a mile run--G. Nihoa.
It's about time now lo turn the
hose on the cornfield.
The old lady of Oliio who is one
hundred and twelve years of ago and
still smokes without injuring her
health should try cigarettes,
A Consul in Paraguay reports
that in that country the women do
the work and the men do the smok
ing, gambling mid cock-fighting.
Peter Laing. aged one hundred
and four, has been admitted to
cliuioli membership in Elgin, Scot
land. Auld Laing's sign is encour
aging, if a little tardy.
A Lawrencevllle (Ga.) cyclone
carried a rail fence twenty feet nnd
set it down again just as it stood.
We always tlioulit u nydouc could
be as careful as a hired girl if it
RECEPTION AT THE PALACE.
At noon to-day His Majesty re
ceived the Captain and bilkers of
tho U. S. S. Adams at Iolani Palncc.
His Excellency the Minister of For
eign Affairs presented Mis Ex. Geo.
W. Met ill, U. S. Minister Resident,
who introduced Uapt. E. T. Wood
ward. Tho latter then presented tho
following ofllceis of his ship: Chas.
A. Doyen, Lieut. Marines ; J. J. Hun
ker, Lieut. Com. ; A. Kirby, Chief
Engineer; J. C. Sullivan, P. A.
Paymaster j Geo.W. McChoy, Asst.
Engineer; W. B. Fletcher, Ensign;
J. A. Lt'june, L. A. Stafford, Naval
Tho King was attended on this
occasion by His Ex Jona. Austin,
Minister of Foreiun Affairs, Mr. J.
W. Robertson, Vice-Chamberlain ;
Majors R. II. Baker and J. P. Ka
halewai, A. D. C, and E.K. Lllika-lnni,-Equery
Fhiday, July 19th.
Pauahi and Alatiwahine each for
feited bail for drunkenness.
Eight native boys charged with
larceny were remanded to the 22d.
Auction Sales by Levis J. Levey.
Regular Cash Sale !
TO-M01tROV, July 20th,
AT lO O'CLOCK. A. 31..
At inj Sicsioo s corner nf Port anil
Queen otiueiti, l will sell at , '
A, Large A. sortmriit of
Gents' & Youths' Clothing
Dry Goods, UiocHery,
llu.rdwu.i'0 .to Groceries,
Skr. F our, Hurley snd Wheat
Household Furniture !
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
U04 11 Auctioneer
Saturday Night, July 20, '89,
AT 7 O'CLOCK tHVUI,
Egan & Oo.'s Store
E-Evcry Article Mil t bes'old -a
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
311 2t Auctioneer
On TUESDAY, July 23rd,
AT IS O'CLOCK NOON,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
Sale-irooniB, to close conslirruivnt f -r
acciunt of whom it mn- concern,
ti:ics V NII.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
A uc u-ni-iT.
A FEW burn-l nf the hIiiv jut ie
rcive.1 per s. v i-nsi(. f.it . ,i. i,.
CASTLE & COOKE.
jtS&r A nhUI-'n-dHidCnnlfiti-o
SV xjl The Under i n r turning
ani'' in 101 . lake i s reel will
leeui.c $" icw.ini. liOl.St
PIAjVO FOlt SALE.
ONE Pino Willi. r Piano in gcol
onlei wl 1 lie Kiln ai a rea-onui 1
pi ice, cm hu K-eii nt my rt-'sideiue, No.
217 Kom hlreet near School
302 ! M. QltEEN.
FAT IJEEF CATTLE.
ON'K Ilundicd Head of
fat ri'i-t-iT- for iiiilo, at
Uluiid of Hawaii.
70 fc HI ItliiK Hliect.
Shooing, iroin $1.50.
Horses and Gattla Treated foi
He'ldcnro: Oliamberlain House, nez
I. O, IM)X llH.
Bull Telephone) ,853.
N OHT SALE
H B HI DUH HI n HI w&0 JDTB HI.. w m
W H 'S0I III Q 16X' B B Baa HSB
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
Six HorsesAt Auction
I will sell at l'ubllo Auction. In front
of my Salesroom, Queen htrict,
On THUKSDAY, July 25th.
AT 12 O'CLOCK SOOX,
Six Hoite fiom Hin tollowlng Well
known SiorU s
lloHWi'll Wood burn,
Stanford, Sprnyrton Mure,
YoniiR Venture, .Jr., Colt.
S F r piirticubirp apply to
J AS. A MORGAN,
Or a. 0. Wilder. R0" fit
RBsmeiiGBS at Palama
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
t huve received liiiriinlions to sell at
Public Auction, at my Saici.
room, Queen street,
On Thursday, Aug. I,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX.
The Following Deslrablo Properties,
At Palama at ronr of the residence ol
II. H. 11. liliukalmii:
Containing 441-1000 noic, wiih entrain c
hy lane from King siieet Ihwc is a
ulitantiid Dwellun; House with ul.
housi s, etc, on the lot, phinlid with
blind e and fruit ileus
Adjoining Lot A, a 11 e site for a re-b
Atmalllot, with t'airlage llo nc, Sl.i
lilis.ete. The close prrxlmlty of these hits if.
King hlrec, auil the ih maud f r re-i
deuce- at 1'uhitnn, u-ndei this an i.n
usual eliHiict: to iiljlulii line pumis's.
'ii! of the property ciin be seen at inj
tiiTFor further pr ieuliirs apply lo
JAS. F. MORGAN,
302 13t Auctioneer
FOR SALE at AUCTION.
On THURSDAY, Aug. 1st,
AT 12 O'CLOCK SOOS,
At my Salesroom, Cju eu s'reet, I will
sell at PuMit Alio ion,
TIat DnM Pfl&riy !
Hi inileil at Punaliou,
And lately occupied by Mr. P. V. Gr
him us a rcsicteiire. The premises have
a fmntnve i f 300 feet n Hiuglinmslreei
J00 fc ct on Ar'c:iiin stieet, and 200 fee
on Alexander street. Then- is a
Commodious Dwelling House
On t lie lot containinc I'arlcr, 3 lied.
'dfiniu, Piiiingtciom, Kitfhtn nnd t'ai .
icy, etc AIpo,
(Vith Four MhIIi. nd Curriage House
and i-e vantu' It' om . A'l .i'lii W mc
ilirouulioul ih,i iremi-i-s. 'IhegrnuncU
.ire ell evi rei wi n m-s nn i ire-is.
riic-hea't'iy lcicn!' n of imi? property
ami the in-ariiiBs in 'In- unliou Trni
curt maUc- it ne f 'he nu-M dc"-inib
fnmiij' icsi'.enees nil iel lur -ah-.
BSJTKiii inn fui'li r put c-iilfiri-iippl
.o &. h'. G nil m, r to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
3 '2 '3 fjiii-i eer
IN .iccordance with lerin- o lliccliai
ler, llie nil-lulu r cf I In- O, en'i
1 1 0-ipl fll (lipciln I iilu llulrll, nn i
lied ih u tin- liii-nni il uii'i linir -Mt'ikt-(ilacc!
hi Ihe rn'iu of the ('liitiniicr nf
ninuicrci: on MwKIiAY. .1" 2.Jii"
t II ii'eloek a. m .). II. 1WTY,
82 4toaw Sec e'l'iy, iio lem.
pilK aiinu'i) miu'iing i f n.e Wnlfiltii
I Airiculliintl A- diiui . IJ i. ( '
will b' held ul tiio 111 e .: . I' I nke
iliiniilnln mi MuMl.W. .Inly ', Iwl
at 10 o'clock a. m
C. P. IAUKBA,
2fl7 15' fM It aicraun.
NOTICE to CHIiDJTOUS
'pflE iinder-ign il t'lvis nntlce th'i
1 he lui- I oi n appnintiil Kxi'i-iit r
ol i In. WiP ul rt l.irtaicl Keegui.
detipased, All porsmih hiiviiiu nn, cli'lino
iui'iht her c-l'iio wliulher Eecioeil Im
iiinrlgiige or oth rl-L' ate. reiiueMied o
prcicciu i he. hhihi ilu'y ainlieui c.i'i d ami
vvlili pn pur v li'lierti if any exiht hi
hull at his iillliMi i ii ml -tr ei, in linn
Mil n within hx N onlhh trmn da e ' i
ihcy will he forever -urreil; luul all
purKons inilii' led in said eblnio nro ie.
quesud to mike iiiuiiliIiiuc payineiu
Honolulu, July 10, ib-n. 2U7 im
NEW Wllco & While Parlm
Orean with clt-'ht Btoiw 'liiiaiile
for fechnol or chinch A fine iiiHiru
ment. Apply at fi7 Punchbowl t-Heit
oprosiieN I. Mlchlon Institute 273 if
Lost or Mislaid.
CEHTIFIOTK No 241 for 20 slnres
Mutiiul Telephone Mock Bliuidine;
in tiio nniiii' of ('. K. Siillinaii, on which
tiansfer has lieeu istnppe I. Finder please
return to Mr. O, K. titilliiiau or to the
IhiM.icTiN Oil! c. 27ld.01w.if
Europoiia Billiard ParlorH.
THE Hanilsomi'M Mlllinrd Parlors in
the city, aril llt'cil up in I lie inot
approved btylo Pnui tallies nitli all the
Iaic3l impri v.inent''
J. P. BOWKN & 00.,
870 tf Proptlutorg.
THE WR1TIHG IB IN PLALN-SIGHT, EVEN TO THE LAST
SCS5- ORDEI1 l
No Tilting of Carriage to Consume Time Only 28 Keys
Full Case of 84 Characters Interchangeable Typo
Keys that can bo Changed in 5 Seconds. '
This method allows tho
The alignment of tho Crandall is far
H'his cut represents the Typo Sleeve peculiar to the CnANDALLTyrK Whiter.
It nioYOi. up and down, nifd twills to the light and left to reach a common
piinting point. It contains nil tho letterb capitals, "lower ciiae," figures
and punctuation marks to the number of vighty-four characters. This
i'ype Sleeve can bo lemoved, and another, with an entire change of typi,
inpcrted in the machine in a few beconds. Tho Sleeves can be increased in
number so as to include all htylcs of
bend for Catalogues.
-FOR SALE AT
All Ms of Carnage
m.e ienufacfuiins Go.
ii 'jaffiK & f I
Solicited at Very Low Prices.
Our PATENT BREAKS originated in Honolulu by u have been
Reduced 25 Per Cent in Price.
-JUST RECEIVED A
iecond Growth of White. Oak Spokes,
Hubs, Felloes, liirns,
Planketc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.
gjsHTALL AT A GEEATLY REDUCED RATE.ff
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
1AVID KAAHIUE "
HA8 the best nnd cheapen llliiok
Unci;, Copil, Mind nnd Soil, for
silii in any iiiintni y Apply nt the law
olllce of Vi nil ui 0 Ai hi. No, Jill or.
hant itreet, Honolulu, U, I. 301 Bra
- KVTCJIllS - Sa
use of anv lamrtincr'a or slvln of tvnn.
superior lo any other type writer.
Mm TvDe Sleeve
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
& ffap Repirii
LARGE INVOICE OF-
New Zealand Jams !
I UST received a ennt-ignment of New
t Zealand J'lins assorted cases. For
alt al low prices bv
J JS. UBOTO & CO.,
28 lerchaut street.
3 CO 1 TAG US and Premises
on J- mmu nireet. at u re.ii.
i onrtl)l'' nir'irit. Annlv lo
J. M. MONSARRAT,
CariwriiiJil'i. liloek. JUiuhunt tiu.
STpjRE TO LET
THE Store lately occupied
by R. O. Rnwf, tty's
i Week. Kinc Strei t. at refisnn.
ahle rentiil. Possession given at once.
"8 tf J. G. ROTUWELL. '
Stables & Pasturage To Let.
I7X0KLLENT Bt-ibles con
li tabling 13 Stiills, Cottage
niid 7 acres PiiHiure Land, nn
Duiiiii biicet, nenr King, formeily occu.
pied hy Mr. White, proprietor of llo
Pdiima Bus. To let on very moderate
terms Apply to
J. E. 1IROWN & CO.,
255 tf 28 .Merchant treet.
FOR SALE or LEASE
TlfOUSE and Premises at
JLJL lwiint, I
contain) three larco and two
t-inuii o iii and hall and a large attic,
Co luge with three rooms on the pre.
miMB ; cook mid bath-house. Btable
wild three stalls and cairiugo house:
eliido nnd fruit trees on Urn premise.
Apply to J. M. MOJJSARKAT,
drtwright llloeU, Meiclmnt St.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1N1JW Cntunder Car.
riago just tJnislied
and handsomely trimmed
in first class Htyle must be immediately
aijd lo close an assignment, can be seen
nt W II PngeV ctrrlaeo nriuufactury.
No. 128 Fori Ftreet, '
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AQENCY.
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