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HgjC BY AUTHORITY.
Hawaiian Lottor Signals for Ubo
llosnt.tn.t', September :27th, 1M)i.
The Collector-Genorfti of Customs for the
Hawaiian Kingdom is hereby uuthomed
and empowered to assign, issue mid puli
HhIi ix coilo of luttor senilis for the use of
vessels registered nidor tlie Hawaiian
King. Sueh code shall bo In uuWoii with
the British Cotlo List and tlio Interna
tional Codo List. Tlio lottor slyntiN
assigned by the Collector-Ocncral slmll ho
entered on the Ship's l!egltor.
K. C. MA0FA1U,ANK,
Minister of Kiiinnco.
Minister of Foreign Affair.
GHAS. '.. GUMCK,
iih.l ier of the Interior.
INANCE Dl.l'AHTMUKT, )
Btmr.vu op Customs.
, lly virtno of tlio tmthority above con
ferred, I have assigned to the Hawaiian
Merchant Vessels below mentioned and
described, the signal letters following their
A. S. OLEQHOUN,
Collector-General of Customs.
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Tho Hoard of Heiilth has directed its
Agents to make n special ins)C('tlon of
Iiouhci and premises in the City of Ifrmo-i
lulu with a view of putting the wine in u
good xanitary condition, and the public
aro therefore requested
1. To reader all iihsibtauce possible to
tho AgentH of the Board of Health,
'1. To obey the instructions of the
It, To put drtiliiB, ces-tpools, privv-vnulth
and other receptacles of refus-o i . good
i, To have all garbage and othor decay
ing refuse promptly removed, and all
sourceH of noxious Hindis disinfected,
lly order of tho Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, Sept. M, lb!)-.'. KVM It
lly virtue of authority given by an Act
of the Legislative Assembly entitled, An
Act to Prevent tlio Infection of L'bolcra ii
tho Hawaiian Islands, approved on tho27th
day of Beptembor, 18U2, and upon tbe re
commendation of the Hoard of Health, I
do horeby declare nil Ports of Kntry in tills
Kingdom, excepting Honolulu, closed to
shipping other than coasting until further
'notice. K. 0. MAOIWHLANK,
Minister of finance.
Honolulu, Oct. 1, Wr-. W8-tf
JNO, K. NAEOM-J has this day been
appointed Notary 1'ubllo for tlio Third
Judicial Circuit ot tlio Kingdom.
CHAS. T. GUI.IOK,
Minister of tlio Interior.
Interior OJIiee, Oct. 5, 1802. 610-3t
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Postal Savings Bank Notico.
By authority of Scetlon 11 of "An Act
to Amend mul Consolidate tho Laws relat
ing to the llnwnllnn I'ostnl SavlngsBank,"
approved on tho 7th dny ot September,
lh!)2, unit on Hint day talcing effect; notleo
is hereby given thnt the rate of interest on
Savings Bnnk deposits Is ll.ed ns follows:
On nnionnts under nnd up to Five Hun
dred Dollar ($r0), In (told Coin of tho
United States of Ameileit, in nny ono ae
eotint, nlremty on deposit In tho llnwnllnn
1'ostnl Salngs Bank on yeptonibcrJK), 181)2,
Interest will bo pnynblc from Oetober 1,
180.', forward until further notice, nt tho
rnto of tl per cent, por milium, in Gold Coin
ot tho United Stntos ot America.
On amounts over Five Hundred Dollars
(if.MlO) nnd not e wording Two Thousand
Kl vi Hundred Dollars ($2,r)0) in Gold Coin
of tho United States of America, In any one
account, on doposlt in the Hnwniinn Postal
Savings ltank on September 30, ls')2, inter
est will ho payable from October I, 1802,
forward until further notico, at tho rata ot
6 per cent, per annum, In Gold Coin of the
United States of Amotion.
On deposit!) plneed in the Savings Hunk
nfter September 30, IJ!U, interest will bo
paid until further notico, nt the rnto of 0
per cent, por annum on accounts not ex
ceeding l'Mvo Ihmdicd Dollars (,$r00). No
Interest will be paid on accounts exceeding
l'Mvo Hundred Dollnrs ($500), in single uc
counts, deposited nfter September 30, 181)'.'.
K. 0. MACFAUBANK,
Ml tf-ll l't Minister of Finance.
Postal Savings Bank Notico.
Hy Section 17 ot "An Act to Amend and
Consolidate the Laws relating to tho Ha
waiian Postal Savings Dank," approved on
the 7th day of September, 1M)J, nndon that
day taking otleet, tho Minister of Finance
is authorized to issue Coupon Uonds of the
Hawaiian Government, to bo ntyled the
"Postal Savings Hunk Loan," to be Issued
only to depositors in the Hawaiian Postal
Savings Hank who may apply for tlio same.
MMio "Postal Savings Dank Loan" bonds
are redeemable in not loss than llvo nor
more than twenty years, nt tho option of
tho Minister of Finance, and bear interest
nt tlio rate of 0 per cent, per annum, to bo
paid semi-annually, interest and principal
payable in Gold Coin of tlio United States
of America or its ecpiivulent.
Any depositor with an aggregate amount
to his credit in tho Savings Dank, of not
loss than Two Hundred Dollars ($200) in
Gold Coin of the United States of America,
which shall have been on deposit nt least
three months, is entitled, on application, to
an issue of "Postat Savings Dank Loan"
bonds in exchange therefor, in sums of
Ono Hundred Dollais ($100) or multiples
Amplications will be reeoived at tho Pos
tal Savings Dank for "Postal Savings Dank
Loan" bonds from date until October
31, 1MU, inclusive. ,
10. C. MACFAULAXK,
53t tf-ll 2t Minister of Finance.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of Deepening the
Channel at tho entrance to Honolulu har
bor tho Dredger will be in operation night
At night thero will bo a Danger Signal
placed on tho forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 foot above sea level, which can bo
seen by nil vessels approaching the harbor.
TL'e Signal consists
of 3 lied lights and a
White light as in i nun ki:ii
tlio diagram the red i
lights being about 3
feet apart, with tho wiiiik
white light in the
All steamers cross- I
ing the liar will stop
at a safe distance from the Dredger and
give one blast of their whistle, which will
bo answered by a single blast from the
Dredger, to be followed by three blasts
from tho Diodgor when the passage is clear
and they can proceed.
Tho Tug will be on hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft in pass
ing the Dredger when necessary.
C. X. SI'KXOEH,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, March ), JbOi.
Holdors of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Hates, are hereby notified
that, owing to tho drouth and tho scarcity
I ot water in the Government ltesorvoirs,
tlio Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes aro from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and R to 0 o'clock r. m., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WH1TK,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
(!. N. Si'i:nci.h,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, II. L, Aug. 5, I8J.
Owing to tlio drought nnd scarcity of
water, tlio residents maulca of Judd street
are requested to collect what water thoy
may requite for household purpo-es before
8 o'clock A. M.
JOHN C. WIIITB,
Supt, Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. (), 18U2. ' 515-tf
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
I'ledijed to neitlur Seel nor 1'tirly,
Jiut Evtuhlished for the Benefit of Ml.
THURSDAY, OCT. (S, 1802.
Wo agree with those who think
that all aid to private schools might
bo lopped olf at tho present junc
ture. Private schools aro largely
for the benefit of tho wealthy or
people who can afford to send their
children to thorn instead of to tho
free Govorinnent schools. The
granting of state aid to denomina
tional schools, ospeoially, should
have a halt called on it. It is a
praotico that, in other countries,
seoins to wane with the growth of
intelligence, Once such schools bo
coino independent from necessity,
thoy might bo more easily induced
to maintain tin honorable indepen
dence whon national iinancos became
Tlio latest nows indicates tlio
gathering of a storm botweon the
British and tho Hussion Empires.
Clouds linvo appeared in two separ
ate places to shadow tho nearly al
ways sullen amity existing between
tho Lion and tlio Boar. I u t ho Uohring
Sou seizures of British vessels have
been made by Russian enthors. This
does not bode for good feelings be
ing promoted toward Russia in tho
British mind, Russia on tho other
hand is nuittoring ovor tho mission
of General Roberts to the Ameer of
Afghanistan, which she regards as
an omen of intended annexation of
that whole country to Victoria's
Tho Advertiser is still harping, in
echo of some discontented spirits in
tho House, on tho item of .?5l),(XK)
for tho Queen's Guards. As shown
in these columns before, tho item is
a moderate one, compared with tho
grants for tho same service in former
years. Not only that, but tho com
plete obliteration of all oxpondituro
for militia, ollcctod as a measure of
concord and economy by tho Legis
lature of 1890, makes the present
military establishment tho most
economical ono b' far tho country
has had for a long period. Tho
snarling at this small item for afford
ing duo dignity to tho Crown, as
well its a much underestimated pro
tection to public order, is only part
of a policy of reducing tho monarchy
by means of a slow soigo. The popu
lar verdict of last Tuesday was in
favor of maintaining existing institu
tions. Therefore the Legislature
will bo effecting the will of tho peo
plo by giving no support to those
who aro trying to sap tho stability
of tho govorinnent, if not to under
mine the indopondonco of tho conn-
Proceedings nt tlio October Term Be
fore Chief Justice Judd.
Tho Queen vs. Xaaieono alias Ai
eono, Kanoho and Hnokano. Assault
and battorj' on police ollicor. Ap
peal from Honolulu Police Court.
Tho first-named defendant is tho one
acquitted by a nino to three verdict
Wednesday, on trial for maintaining
lottery scheme. In this ease Naai
eono is found guilty by a native jury,
whilo tho other two defendants tiro
discharged. Chas. Croighton, De
puty Attorney-General, prosecuting;
S. K. Kaulia defending.
Tho Queen vs. Kaoihunaolo. An
other appeal from tho Polieo Court
from conviction for maintaining a
lottery scheme. Defendant is found
guilty ly a jury of his countrymen.
Ho was dofonded by Kane.
Tho Queen vs. Hookaaku, Julia
and Moses Kahulu. Larceny fourth
degree; appealed from Police Court.
Tho case is now on, and likely to
take tho whole afternoon, wherefore
jurors not in the box aro excused for
Judge Dole, at chambers, has
hoard tho cases reported below:
In the matter of tho estate of Ka
pika Naono. Tho accounts of tho
administrators aro allowed, and the
balance of tho funds is ordered dis
tributed to the heirs, viz.: to tho
husband, 1479.81; one-half of bal
ance to each of the brothers, viz.,
$193.28, and tho remaining one-third
to four childion of Aiuiui. Hatch
for administrators; C. Brown for
In tho matter of tho estate of
Caleb Babbitt. Tlio Court allows
the accounts and orders that the
funds be paid into Court, whon tho
discharge of tho administrator will
bo granted. W. O. Smith for ad
ministrator; A. S. Hart well for heirs.
In the matter of tho estate of J.
D. Paris, late of Kona, Hawaii. Peti
tion for administration being heard,
lettors aro granted to tho son, J. D.
Paris, under bond of .?2000. V. F.
Frear for petitioner.
Two hundred and sixty-oight fresh
cases of dysentery and 8ti deaths
have been reported botweon tho 15th
and 21st of September in Kuishin
A closo investigation of tho lorri
blo kukke, so very prevalent in tho
country, is being made by tho Col
logo of Medicine of the Imperial
University, and local authoiities
throughout the country havo been
requested to furnish statistical re
turns in connection with tho disease.
Tho new Japanese Codes of Law
havo not gone into operation yet as
the Ministry havo not decided
whothor-to revise tho wholo or sim
ply iimond portions of thorn.
The draft of an Extradition Treaty
botweon England and Japan has
been passed by tho Privy Council,
and will bo duly negotiated by tho
Minister of Foreign Affairs and tho
British Minister after it hits passed
through the Cabinet, Japan Weekly
Financial Crisis Looked for.
London, Sept. 17. Lnnd and Wa
ter to-day declares that tho finan
cial crisis, winch hrst found serious
expression in tho Baring collapse, is
becoming more acute. Tho situa
tion, it adds, is rendered worse by
tlio artificial efforts niado during the
past two years to postpone tho in
evitable result. Within tho past
twenty-four hours seven clubs in the
West End have been definitely
closed, Sovoral Loudon journals
are on tho verge of disaster, live of
the largest and most important es
tates in England aro shortly to bo
sold, several commercial iirms of
hitherto gootl reputation aro now dis
trusted, mid the number of well
known men prominent as society
entertainers is vanishing.
Justice Lamar of the United
States Supremo Court has almost
rocovorod from a stroko of paralysis.
RUSSIA IN THE BEHRING.
Solzuros Sosignod to Prejudice Bri
Ottawa (Out.), September 27.-It
is rejiorted that the captain of tho
British Columbia sealing vessels
seized by Kussia in the Behring
sea is hero for the purpose ot fur
nishing tho Government with ailidn
vits of her soizuro ami information
ns to tho others. He makes the state
ment that, having boon in the Bal
tic, ho understands the Russian lan
guage, and while a prisoner on board
the lluf-sian gunboat he learned from
the conversations and actions of the
Russian ollicials that they were in
structed to make only it pretense of
seizing American vessels, the ical ob
ject being to assert such rights in
Uehring sea as wotdd materially as
sist tho United States in the coining
Be this as it may, cablegrams re
garding these sei.ures tire passing
daily between tho British andCanadi
itit Governments, and tho bonding of
a British gunboat to the scene is re
garded as ominous. Tho conting
ency is certainly contemplated of
war between Ittissia and England,
nnd if these seizures and consequent
violations of the treaty of 1825 bo
tweon Russia and ICugland aro re
garded as casus belli. With thoUnitod
States assisting Russia tho possible
consequences to Canada aro very
A dispatch from Lord Kipon, Colo
nial Secretary; from London, Eng
land, respecting tho Beluing sea
matter, says: "With regard to the
renewal of the modus vivendi it will
bo seen from the convention under
which it was arranged that in the
event of the arbitrators deciding
against tho claims of the United
States in regard to tho seal fishery
tho Government of the United States
has undertaken to compensate. Brit
ish sealers lor restraining them Irom
oxercising their rights ponding arbi
About the most satisfactory infor
mation that has reached Sydney
from Samoa sinco tho civil war or
rebellion is that brought by tho Lu
.beck to the effect that King Malio-
toa has been advised by the three
Treaty Powers British, American,
and German that mon-of-war
would bo placed at his Govern
ment's disposal to oxocuto warrants
issued by tho Supremo Court. This
assurance given by the Powers will,
if is believed, put an end to tho non
sense that Mataafa has been carry
ing on so long, and break up what
has come to bo known as tho "robol
party." About one-half the taxes
have been refused payment in Samoa
for nearly two years now, and as a
consequence tho Government Ex
chequer is totally empty. Tho de
faulters have said that thoy would
only pay when forced to do so, and
under tho menacing state of affairs
brought by tho Mataafa faction the
necessary force could not very easily
bo brought to boar. It is hoped
now, however, that better counsels
will prevail, and the defiant attitude
of King Maliotoa'.s opponents be-'
come a tiling of tho past. Tho Lnncl
Commissioners in Samoa have kept
steadily at work, with tho most sat
isfactory result. Many bogus claims
have been exposed, and tho disputed
lands handed back to tho original
owners, the natives. A letter re
ceived in Sydney from Upolu says
that niaiiv new stores and ware
houses have been erected in tho ex
pectation of brighter times, but
ready money is very scarce, and,
what is even worse, tho cocoanut
crop is a failure this year. West of
Savaii there is hardly enough grown
for food purposes, though to the
eastward tho crop prospects are
better. Sydney Dully Telegraph.
South. Sea Items.
A steamer under tho Nicaraguan
flag is at tho Gilbert's recruiting labor
for Guatemala plantations at from
f to 7 dollars a mouth. Thoy had
got ovor 300 at latest advices. A
fow whito men at 50 to (JO dollars a
month wore being employed to act
as ovorseors on Ihosamo plantations.
Nows from Samoa to Sydney by
the R. M. S. Alameda states that
tho commander of II. M. S. Cu-
racoa had secured a small aroa of
hind at Pago Pago harbor for tho
British Government for tho purpose
of a naval coalinc station.
The population of tho Tonga
group is now l'.),!'.)!) natives and 353
foreigners, chiefly British. Seven
vessels are registered under tho
Tonga flag, tho largest a schooner of
5.l tons. Tho exports for 18'Jl wore
valued at 378,,.ur.
Tho Federates Legislature of tho
Iiorvoy Group passed an ordinanco
for tho Federal flag to bo horizontal
red whilo find led with tho Union
Jack quartered in tho uppermost
comer if allowed. Now Zealand litis
the honor of establishing this self
governing Federation in that group.
Novosti publishes nn article in St.
Petersburg in regard to tho mission
headed by General Roberts to tho
Ameer of Afghanistan. Novosti says
that tho mission is calculated to load
to tho absorption of Afghanistan by
Great Britain, which would cut Rus
sia off from tho route to tho Indian
Ocean ami that it is creating much
greater inotivo for an Anglo-Russian
war than tho Pamirs matter.
tjuarautino is raised on cattle 111
New York State, and a proclamation
declares there is no pneumonia
among cattle in the United States.
LOST OR MISLAID
"IKUTIFIOATK NO. HI) KOlt TWNNTY
J Shares Mutual Telephone Stock,
standing In tlm name of (Icorgo I', Beck
ley. Transfer has been plopped. Finder
will pleabo return to
fiWw Or to Wilder A- Co.
LOST OK MISLAID
CtKKTIKlOATKNO. 181 FOlt TWr'NTV
Shares Mutual Telephunu Stock,
standing In the 11111110 of C. 11. .ludd.
Transfer has been stopped, Finder will
please return to
V. M. 8WANZV,
At the otllee of T. II. Davies .V Co.
A DARING ATTEMPT,
What May Be Looked For Next
The Ladies of Honolulu aro Asked to
Support the Scheme An Open Let
ter on a Subject ot Interest.
TO Till: LADIES or HONOLULU.
Tho Management of tho Toinple
of Fashion wish to state that, as
many havo boon unablo to gain ad
mitt mice this week because of the
largo wowds thronging the bargain
stile, special arrangements havo been
mado for thoir accommodation Sat
urday. Tho Toinple of Fashion will bo
eloped all daj on Friday, positively,
no goods will bo sold on that day.
Tho entire force of tho store will be
engaged in arranging for a special
side for Sid unlay.
On Saturday no dress goods (ex
cept silks), no calit'oos, ginghams, or
wash goods of any description will
bo sold; no foot-woar or head-gear
will be disposed of. Special bar
gains in special lines will bo tho text
Our ontiro stock, all shades and
colors, at your own price.
A full lino of laces, embroideries,
trimmings, insertions, etc, will be
marked down; prices clear out of
sight. No reserve.
OLOVES AND PANS.
Everything in this lino at McKin
Iloaiory, silk and cotton white,
black and colored, at instantaneous
prices. IJeinembor this point.
Our whole slock will be slaugh
tered. All styles and grades.
A SPECIAL SALE.
If you want handkerchiefs, stop in
on Saturdiiy. If 3-011 desire to see
some astonishing prices on muslin
undonvear, children's drosses, etc.,
drop in Saturdiiy.
Those who conio to look remain to
buy; very fow dollars pass us.
A largo stock of ladies' under-vests
at any price; thoy must be closed
Everything must go and must go
quickly. Saturday is to bo a day of
slaughter in fancy dry goods, and
bargains will cover our counters in
endless profusion. Wo will endeavor
to havo a sufficient force of clorks
ongaged to attend to any and all
without delay. Wo have sot aside
next Saturday, by request, to allow
tho ladies of Honolulu to inspect our
stock of fancy goods, and examine
tho"pricos. which aro all marked in
TEMPLE OF FASHION.
Martinsville, N.J., Methodist Par
sonage. " My acquaintance with
your remedy, Boschcc's German
Syrup, was made about fourteen
yeais ago, when 1 conti acted a Cold
which resulted in a Hoarseness nnd
a Cough which disabled me from
filling 'my pulpit for a number of
Sabbaths. After trying a Physician,
without obtaining relief I cannot
say'now what remedy he prescribed
I saw the udvertisemeut of your
remedy nnd obtained a bottle. I
received such quick and permanent
help from it that whenever we have
had Throat or Bronchial troubles
since in our family, Boschce's Ger
man Syrup has been our favorite
remedy and always with favorable
results. L have never hesitated to
report my experience of its use to
otheis when I have found them
troubled in like manner." llUV.
W. II. Hagoautv,
01 the xsewaiK, iew A Safo
Jersey, M.IS. Confer
ence, Apt il 25, '90. Romody.
G.G. GKIjIJN. Sole Man'fr.Wooillmry.N,!.
ALOHA BOAT HOUSE
HAS KVKUY ACCOMMODATION FOlt
Bathing. Will convey Bathers to
and from Tug-boat Whurf on receipt of
nu'ss.igo Bull Telephone 167 all included
for Twenty-live Cents.
Pleasant Furnished Rooms on the Water
ForOentleiuen, with Bathing and Boating
included, at moderate rent.
Bell Tele. 157. Aloha Boat House.
. "?k-SiM''. 'V
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd. -.
M. A D. Wrought
BENSON, SMITH & GO.
O IF1 IT
Copperas, GMoride o! Lime,
Condy's Fluid, Sanitas,
BroHio-Ghloraiuiii, Carbolic Acid,
113 & 115 Fort St.,
THE SAN FRAKOISCO
HAS '!' l!l.ISHi:i tup.
which orri in oi't'iiRit N'iiii:.i m
The Residents of Hawaii
Fur tlio l'uidiuse of Oooda in tlm
Markets s San Francisco
Can Buy Goods
Lower than the Lowest Market Price !
matter what you want,
Household Articles. Furniture),
Musical Instruments, Carpets,
Groceries, Buggies, Harness.
)re.s floods. Boots. Slious.
Wearing Apparel, Kto.
Ml iliU i
At Astonishingly Clo-o Figures
Of If you aro in need of anything
from this City, write us ami we williaiotu
you prices on It, and, if the prices suit,
you can forward us tlio Cash to make the
Don't be baekwaid about asking us con
ecrning what you want.
Experienced and Careful Buyers
Are In charge of this Depaitiiient and
they are at your service.
Wrlto for Information 1 Got Acquainted
with Our Methods I
Wo can save you money by executing your
tW Address all communications
EXAMINER PURCHASING DEPARTMENT,
California, - . . U. S. A.
M T H V a a ra T tr5
Steel Ranges !
Houolulu, H. I.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
On Monday, Qct, IO,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
.las. F. Morisnn will s-oll at Public Auc
tion, at his Auction Itoom, Queen
irba of Wailuku, Mnui;
And all the right, .,, , . . , ,
Anton llorbii of WailuYcl-an(lmte-est of
an umliviilea two-lifths W.aul . a"d
curtain Piece or Parcel ot Laiu$st '. tJnt
an area of 43,7.1(1 square feet, "iuVl1'n "8
"itttate on the mauka siilo of King s,.e'n8
l'awaa, next to the vacant lot at threoriiti
of Kiim ami l'unaliou HtreeK Thowhole
piece of land has a frontage of 180J4 feu, 0n
King street, and a depth of 231 feet aii(i3
under leas-o to Chin (Jhong at JlOO per an
niini, lease to run up to September In, 18!I3.
Anton llorba'H title to two-fifths of this -piece
of land wae convoyed to lilin by deed
of .lohn and .loe Krnsbergor, dated May 18,
18S3, and recorded Hook 81, page 4J7.
Assignee ot the Bankrupt Fstato of An
ton Borh.i, W'allukn, Maui.
Honolulu, Sopt. 17, 18!)2. K53-M.
To Ziet or Leaso.
rpWO JCIOWLY FUB
X nishetl Booms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
BUI.I.KTIN Olllce. S53-tf
DUVAb PHKM1BE8, 31
Beretania street, op
posite Fort street church.
Apply to It. I. lilLMIi,
382-tf At Thco. H.
Davies & Co.
NKW HOUBi: OF FIVK
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent . C etc. Commands
one of tho llno.it views in Houolulu. Apply
to iw-tl) J. Al. VJVAH
JL retanla street No. IK),
uoithwest corner on mauka
side of road, contalnim: 5 Kt
jiuuius, ifcsiues jmuiruuiii, jviiujiun, 1 m
tiy, etc. Tramway 1 ars passing. Apply to
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510-!lt II. W. SCHMIDT & St
ANIOi: COTTAOK ON
Beretania street, near
i'iikol street, containing
Parlor. ' Bedrooms. Bath
room, Dlningrooni, I'antry
Servant's room, Carriage Hoiibo, Stable, eto.
TmnicaiH pass every 'JO minutes. Apply at
otllee of this paper. 458-tf
FOR SALE or LEASE
X BieiiiUes lately occu
pied by Mr. K. Suhr, will
In, for mile nr Iciiho at rea-
..,, niiln rlcu nr rental. The Grounds con
tain 11 variety of Fruit and Ornamental
Tiees. The Commodious Dwelling Is well
furnished with modern improvement!) mul
conveniences. Booniy Barn unil a 2-ltoom
Cottugo for uervants. For further particu
lars, upply to JOHN fcNA,
Otllcu luter-lHlund Steam Navigation
Jr ?oJ il
4H iti HMitSr
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