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"Will bo received nt the Interior Ollloo until
FRIDAY, December 2.1, 1802, nt 12 o'clock
noon, for furnishing to the Insane Asylum
the Supplies named In the following
Schedules for the term of six months from
.limitary 1st, 181)3.
THE DAM BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
Put Kstahlhhed for the Pew fit of All.
Ai crape monthly
. . ... .(!'20 loaves
11 rend, Fresh
lltcad, Saloon RlW lbs.
11 rooms, Steamboat .' 4 doz.
linking Powder, Royal, 0-oz. tins. . 2 doz.
Beans, Pink ". SO 11m.
Coll'ec, Green Kona 100 lb".
Codfish, "Whole 200 lb.
Flour, Golden Gate 3qr. sks.
Mntuhcs, Long cards . gross
Maccnronl Id lbs.
Vermicelli 1" lbs.
Pearl Barley 23 lb.
Oat Meal 60 lb.
Oil, Kerosenu (best) (I cases
Onions 1 crates
Potatoes 0 erntes
Pork, Corned M lil.
HIce, No. 1 700 lb.
Sugar, No. 1 800 lbs.
Salt, coarse 100 lbs.
Tobacco, plug at per lb 2 bxs.
Tea, China Powching, at per lb 2 bxs.
Tomatoes, canned (I doz.
TUESDAY, DEO. Y IS.)2.
Mr. 1j. M. Vetlosen of Knhului
gives sonio intorosling statistics on
loprosy in Norwny in a letter in this
paper. The correspondence between
the Hoard of Health and Dr. Han
son was noted in the Bn.i.ETiN tuatry
months ago. It is to be hoped that
the doctor may from his knowledge
nud experience be able to give this
country something bettor than more
segregation and alleviating treat
ment. A letter is on hand from an
other correspondent, finding fault
with the local faculty for its inert
ness in regard to effort toward the
curing of leprosy.
limn, at per ton of 2000 lbs
Middling, at per ton of 2000 lbs
Polled Parley, at per ton of 2000 lbs.,5 bags
Puis must be made for the items of each
All supplies must be delivered at the
Asylum in such quantities as from timo to
time required and subject to the inspection
and approval of the Medical Superinten
dent or his Assistant.
All tenders must be endorsed "Tender
for Supplies Insane Asylum, Schedule 'A'
The Minister of the Interior does not
bind himself to accept the lowest or any
bid. G. X. "WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Dec. 13, 1S9.'. MS-3t
TENDERS FOR BEEF CATTLE.
It is reported that a company is
projected to run jinrikshas in Hono
lulu, .linrikshas may add to the
pieturesquonoss of our streets, and
so form an additional attraction for
tourists. The picturesqueness, how
ever, would bo at too high a price.
These Oriental vehicles are drawn
by men. We do not want to have
on our streets the sight of men doing
the work of brutes. Neither do wo
want aii3 more cheap Jim competi
tion against tho sons of civilization
outside of the plantations. Tho
Legislature ought without one day's
delay to impose a tax of at least SuOO
on every iinriksha. If tho repre
sentatives of our intelligent work
ingmen allow any establishment of
jinrikshas for hire, not ono of those
responsible therefor will ever respond
again to the call of tho ayes and
PUBLIC OFFICE HOURS.
services of Mr. Hoos. His talents
in this direction are genorally recog
nized. The United States Govern
ment very gracefully has permitted
us to talto his services upon the
understanding that it was desired
by the Hawaiian nation. He has
done much in the short timedevoted
to tho work.
This is a work of national, not of
private concern, and thoopportunity
should not Do lost, am appropri
ation oUL'ht, in the general opinion
of tho community, to be made to
carry on t ho work.
Whereforo your petitioners res
pectfully pray that an appropriation
may be made to continue (he work
of 'historical research recently com
menced bv Mr, Hoes.
Dated Honolulu, December'.), 1S!)2.
Prof. V. D. Alexander, Kev. Sereno
E. Bishop, Hon. W. It. Castle. L. C.
Abies, it. V. Glade, Hon. William
Foster, l?ev. 12. G. Bockwith, D. D
Bruce Cartwright, .1. S. Emerson,
Daniel Logan, Hon. A. Marques,
Hon. Thomas Bain Walker, 11. M.
von Holt, Dr. C. B. Wood, II. V.
Wiclnnan, S. B. Bose; Hon. Paul
Neumann, Geo. II. Vans, J. Alapai,
11. N. Castle. G. E. Boardman, Hon.
,T. B. Athorton, C. Bolte, Hon. S. N.
Castlo, Dr. Robert W. Anderson, A.
F. Judd, Jr., President F. A. Hos
mor, W. L. Hopper. T. W. Hobron,
Bight Bov. Bishop Willis, Dr. J no. S.
McGrow, James B. Molnorny, J. Al
fred Magoon, Bov. Alex. Mackintosh,
Dr. A. U. Lyons, C. W. Macfarlane,
Theo. F. Lansing, Dr. E. A. Lundy,
T. May, F. M. Lewis, Dr. McLennan,
Hon. ISdw. K. Lilikalani, Bight Bov.
Gulstan F. Uopert, Bishop of Pano
polis; W. W. Hall, F. L. Winter, H.
M. Whitney, II. S. Tregloan, Dr. G.
Trousseau, Walter C. Weedon, Dr. J.
M. Whitney, Thos. G. Thrum, Bov.
H. II. Parker, C. 13. Ripley, Bov. A.
V. Soares, F. M. Swanzy, T. C. Por
ter, J no. II. Sooor, A. Herbert, Rev.
O. P. Emerson, Chas. M. Cooke, Dr.
Francis B. Day, Uev. Leonor Foues
nel, A. F. Cooke, Hugh Gunn, J. F.
Hackfeld, Dr. N. 13. Emerson. Frank
W. Damon, Hon. S. M. Damon, Dr.
M. E. Grossman, Prof. Philip Henry
Dodge, Dr. A. E. Nichols, Row Wm.
B. Oleson, Dr. F. L. Minor, M. Mc
Inorny, Hov. Vincent II. Kilcat, Hon.
W. F. Allen, F. J. Lowroy, Curtis J.
,-ons, H. E. Mclutyre, C. E. Willi-
Ofkice or thk Hoard ok Hnurit,
Honolulu, December 13, 1S!)2.)
Tenders will be received at this otlice un
til WEDNESDAY, January 4, 1893, at 12
o'clock noon, for supplying the Leper Set
tlement on Molokai with :
1-Good Peef Cattlo weighing not les
than 350 lbs. per head when drescd.
2-Fat Peef Cattle.
The Cattle are to be delivered at the
Leper Settlement in good condition at an
average of 90 head per month, more or les-,
for the use of the Hoard from January 1,
1893, to Juno 30, 1MB.
The tender or Fat Peef Cattle must be
or the ;rif 2or pound when dressed, and
that for Good Peef Cattle niu-t be per head.
The hides and tallow are to bo the pro-
pertv of the Hoard.
All the bids must be marked "Tender for
Supplying the Leper Settlement with
The Poard will elect which tender to ac
cept, and does not bind itself to accept the
lowest or any bid.
Py order of the Poard of Health.
' DAVID DAYTON,
President Poard of Health.
593 Ot-51 3t
SALE OF THE
Government Land Known as Laula,
in Holualoa 2, N. Kona, Hawaii.
The prescription of hours of work
for Government employees is surely
a trenching of tho Legislative upon
tho domain of tho Executive. It
should now bo in order for tho Ex
ecutive to respond by an exorcise of
its priviloges in preventing tho
measure from becoming law. No
body in Honolulu wants tho Govern
ment olliccs oponed any earlier or
cloed an j later than at present.
Not a bit more work will be got for
tho 11101103- by tho change. The key
ing down of cast-iron rules in tho
mat tor is liable, indeed, to operate
prejudicially to the public interests.
In proportion to the hours wrought
by workers in mechanical employ
ments, tho hours of Government
clerical stall's hero are as long as
anywhere. Thoy are longer than
bank hours. Whenever necessity
arises Go eminent employees hare
lo work overtime without extra com
pensation. If tho Post Ollico is to
bo bound by the measure, tho public
will have to wait for mails arriving
by steamers outside of tho hours.
Tins would ouon involvo serious
consequences including chances of
missing tho earliest transit to tho
other islands of foreign mails. This
seems to bo a caso where tho royal
veto should bo exercised, for tho ex
tinction of a measure that was born
in bumptiousness, and was nover re
quired or asked for bj' tho people.
ams, Dr. Ueo. 1'. Andrews, j. r.
Castlo, Geo. H. Babb, John Einmo
lutli, W. C. Parke. Kev. H. W. Peck.
On TUESDAY, January 10, 1S!)3, at 12
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of Alii
olani Hale will be sold at Public Auction
tho Government Land known as Laula, in
Holualoa 2, North Kona, Hawaii, contain
ing an area of 33 2-10 acres a little more or
Upset price $100.
G. N. "WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, Dec. 12, 1892.
Tho Hawaiian Cabinet.
To the Editor of The Evening Pout:
Sin: The press generally seem to
onjoj' publishing from timo to timo
reports of tho unsatisfactory state
of affairs in tho Hawaiian Islands,
seemingly denying thoir columns to
any notices of creditable perform
ance of duty on tho part of tho little
community. Under the destructive
influences of tho MeKinloy Bill tho
islands have been deprived of all
advantages secured to them by thoir
treaty wiui hub country, iiiiu uusi
noss has suffered greatly. Too much
praise cannot bo accorded Her
Majesty Liliuokalani for surrounding
herself with tho men sho has select
ed to conduct the country's affairs
nt this trying period, and thoy should
have our ontiro confidence and sup
port. Her Premier and Miuistor of the
Interior; Hon. G. N. Wilcox, a native,
is a man of moderation, having tho
confidence of tho entire community.
Hon. Mark P. Robinson is a proini
neiit Hawaiian, member of tho firm
of Allen & Robinson, than which no
linn stands higher. Hon, P. C. Jones
for years represented that sterling
Boston houso, Charles Browor & Co.
Hon. Cecil Brown is a capable and
ablo lawyer. Tho little community,
headed by theso men, ought (o have
a good word spoken for thoin.
Fjuenu of Hawaii.
New York, November 22.
Mr. J. C. Boswoll, ono of tho host
known and most respected citizens
of Brownwood, Toxas; suffered with
diarrhea for a long time and tried
many different remedies without
bonelit, until Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy was
used; that relieved him at once. For
sale by all dealers, Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
THE ARCHIVES MATTER.
Wo print to-day tho petition pre
sented to tho Legislature yostorday
in reference to tho continuance of
the historical work which, at the re
quest of Her Majesty to tho U. S.
Government, Chaplain Hoes, U.S.N.,
has been pursuing for tho greater
portion of tho past year. From the
two hundred signatures wo select a
few of tho representative names
which plainly show tho sentiment
of tho bettor element of this com
munity in regard to the great im
portance of tho work in which Chap
lain Hoes has boon engaged. This
petition might readily have contain
ed many hundreds of names, but it
was thought of only two days pre
vious to tho ro-inlroduction of the
subject to tho Legislature, and tho
petition could bo brought to the at
tention only of such citizens as could
readily bo found at short notico:
To the Honorable Leijinlature of the Ha
Tho undersigned respectfully peti
tion your Honorablo Bod)' ami for
cause show as follows:
All civilized and onlightoned coun
tries presorvo thoir historical records.
Men are employed in searching not
only tho libraries and public offices
of the particular country, but in ex
amining through foreign nations all
places likely to throw light upon
tho subject. No effort or expense is
snared and wo soo as results, that
the histories of many events, of
places, of nations have boon re-written
in tho interests of truth and of
Hardly a nation has so much his
tory and of so interesting and in
structive a nature as Hawaii within
the past hundred years, yet from in
attention and neglect as well as
from the lack of a compiler whose
whole time, attention and talent
could bo devoted to tho subject"
much of very great value has boon
An opportunity to savo what wo
have and to recover much from loss
has been recontly afforded in tho
Leprosy in Norway.
Tho following official statistical
report on leprosy in Norway, which
recently appeared in " Morgon
bladet," the leading daily of Christ
iania, contains sonio very interesting
statements, which seem of sufficient
import to deserve publication here,
suggesting as they do tho possibility
of curing tho dread direase, which
popular opinion hero at least con
According to tho official report on
tho Lepers in Norway for tho 5 years
from 1881-1885, altogether 111)5
lepers wore known at tho close of
18S5, 522 of whom wore found in tho
hospitals (or asylums). Upon lator
examination 182 more havo been
found, who woio unknown at tho
preliminary count, according to
which tho total number of known
lepers at tho close of 1885 would bo
At tho close of tho 5 years ending
1800 -181 male and 170 female lepers,
or altogether 0(50 persons, were
known, 507 of whom wore in tho
hospitals and -15.5 outside, in tho
At both of these periods tho dis
ease prevailed in tho same M of tho
20 judicial districts of tho country,
viz.: From tho county of Stavaugor
(tho wostorly poiut) along the north
west coast up to and including the
county of Nordland, with greatest
provalenco in North Borgonhus
countj'. Taken as a whole, and in
most of tho counties, tho disease
shows a decided decrease. In 1885
it appeared in 187 city and country
districts; in tho course of tho period
of 5 years, cases of loprosj' havo ap
peared in 11 now districts and is re
ported to have disappeared in 37
districts; hence tho number of citios
and districts whore tho disease was
known at tho close of 1890 would bo
101. During tho 5 years 42 persons
wore cured, viz.: 13 in tho hospitals
and 20 outside. Tho number of
deaths was 550, of which 81(5 oc
curred in the hospitals and 213 in
tho districts. Out of a number of
553 lepers 135 died, according to tho
report of the head physician, in
1880: 111 in 1887; 00 in 1888; 8(5 in
1880 and 122 in 1800.
Of those, 828 wore males, 231 fe
males; 81 of thoin wore between 50
and (50 years of ago, 07 botweon (50
and 70 years, 50 between 70 and 80
years, and 1(5 between 80 and 00
Of tho lopors remaining at tho
end of 1800, -170 persons (217 males,
223 females) suffered from the
"knotty" (tuberculous) form of lep
rosy, -111 (201 males, 210 females)
from the "smooth" (aiiiesthotio)
variety, and 1(5 (33 males, 13 females)
from tho "mixed" variety.
Tho two youngest lopors were (5
and 0 yoars old respectively; thoir
uumbor increases for over)' class of
ages up to the ago of 50 to GO, whon
tho nunibor again decreases. Tho
oldest known lepers wore between
00 and 1(X) years old, and residing in
the district of Strindon, county of
The number of lepers reported ns
admitted to tho hospitals since 185(5
is 1(511, deduct from this as returned
to thoir homes, 1007, and transferred
to other asylums (?) 110, a total of
1207, leaving a balanco of 3131 iier
sons. At tho end of tho year 1850
tho hospitals contained 235 lopors;
besides these were known as lopors,
2(512, a total of 2877.
Of now cases for tho year 1857 to
1800 are reported -1(5(51. If to those
be added above mentioned, 01, the
aggregate number of known lopors
for tho 25 years from 185(5 to 1800 is
Of theso, again, 18(5 are reported
as cured (7(5 outside and 110 111 the
leper asylums) and (5173 as dead
(8010 in the asylums and 3121 out
side). Now, those figures tend to
show that tho terrible scourge is un
questionably decreasing in Norway;
that 180 persons afflicted with the
disoaso have boon actually cured
during a period of 85 years, and of
these again -12, or over 20 poreonl,
during tho last 5 yoars of that period,
from 1885 to 1800, which would indi
cate that modern science must have
found a more effective, infallible
cure for leprosy.
Another striking fad is that tho
disease is almost exclusively confined
to tho poor fishing districts along
tho westerly, northwesterly ami
northern coast, where the diet is
principally fish and the products of
tho sea; and, not loast, that segre
gation does not seem to be enforced,
at least not strictly, since as ninny of
tho lopors who succumbed to tho
disease tlied outside of the asylums
as inside of them.
1 understand that Dr. G. Arinauer
Hansen, a well-known authority on
leprosy, has been engaged by the
Board of Health, and will shortly
arrivo in this country. If he, or
anyone elso, can show the way to a
euro for leprosy, and in othor ways
sheil full light on this serious sub
ject, thoir services will be cheap at
any price. L. M. Vi;ti,ksi:.n.
Much flattering has overflowed
from the Honolulu press anent tho
eminent road-making qualities of the
Road Supervisor recently placed in
office. Now brooms are gonorally
stated to sweep clean. People hero
are fond of change in any shape. 1
would, however, venture to advise
this official to enquire into tho sys
tem of road-street making in Sydney
or in Molbourne, where a stono simi
lar to ours is used, and it is a misde
meanor to dump garden soil in the
streets as it is done here. 1 wonder
what treatise on macadamizing re
commends tho placing of any soil
whatever on a road or street, say
such as Fort and King streets. This
practice in Honolulu has caused all
the trouble and is still porsovored in
to the utter discomfort of the peo
ple both in dry and wot weather.
Thoro is nothing but crass ignorance
and wilfulness in working tho
"wrong way," which prevents tho
streets of Honolulu from being as
good as any in tho world. What
sense is there in carting the soil on
to a street 0110 day and tho next
scraping it off as liquid mud? Truo
it keeps tho carts going and helps to
flitter away tho tax-payer's money
that is all. Ax Inhabitant.
" Tlini.n1.nn,i r rrAn4
Asthma. sufferer from Asth
ma and severe Colds
every Winter, and Inst l?all my
friends as well ns myself thought
because of my feeble condition, and
great distress from constant cough
ing, and inability to raise auyofthe
accumulated matter from my lungs,
that my time was close at hand.
When nearly worn out for want of
sleep and rest, a friend recommend
ed me to try thy valuable medicine,
Syrup. I am con
fident it saved my
life. Almost the first
dose gave me great
relief and a gentle re
freshing sleep, such as I had not had
for weeks My cough began immedi
ately to loosen aud pass away, and
I found myself rapidly gaining in
health aud weight. I am pleased
to inform thee unsolicited that I
am in excellent health and do cer
tainly attribute it to thy Boschee'3
German Syiup. C. B. Sticknbv,
Pictou. Ontario.'1 &
FOR THE HOLIDAYS !
Benson, Smith & Co.
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
Fine Christmas Goods.
Morgan's auction room is filled up
with holiday goods. Among tho
numerous articles displayed for sale
is a splendid array of now rugs in
light and dark patterns and all sizes.
An elegant lino of ladies' dress
goods in woolen cotton and sorgo.
Then for those whoso taste and
purse require more expensive goods
there is an endless variety of silks
and satins. Tho display includes a
variety of useful goods for the
household, such as linen table cloths,
sheeting, laco curtains, towols, nap
kins and fine Bishop's and Victoria
lawns. Tho gentlemen have also
been thought of and a lino assort
ment of white aud colored shirto,
fancy ovorahirts, silk handkerchiefs,
fancy hoso, neckties, and perfumes
will bo sold. The whole is a special
consignment of now aiid serviceable
articles and comprises tho finest lino
of goods offered at auction. The
sale takes place on Thursday even
ing at 7 o'clock. Goods on view tomorrow.
Embroidered Dress Goods, Etc., Etc.,
On Saturday Afternoon,
.A.T 3 O'CLOCK,
V At Salesroom ot
Ij-wis J. Ijevey,
Xmas Night Sale
And No Postponement!
Perfumes ! Perfumes !
Colognes ! Colognes !
Hinano, Lei Aloha.
Toilet "Waters I
Cashmere BoiJLq TJiet,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
December 13th, nt 7 o'clock,
at my Sulcs-
1 will .ell at Public Auction,
Notice to tho Public.
The Honest People of Honolulu:
The Shirt Question is still in tho
minds of the public and I wish to
make a standing statement in rogard
to tho Luniiig-Johiison matter. On
or about tho 2d day of Decembor a
lot of old shirts was loft in my ollico
with instructions to repair them bj
one signed Lulling. 1 did ropair
the shirts, and a fow days lator this
man Lulling, accompanied by his
wife, called and brought another
shirt to bo ropairod, and also asking
to seo tho first lot of shirts. I show
ed thorn and they wore both well
pleased and said the job was woll
done, and told 1110 that tho China
man would call on Monday and tako
thorn to be re-laundriod. This was
on Saturday previous lo Monday
inontioned, and when 1 finished (he
last shirt 1 brought the bill to
Lulling at his ollico. Ho got excited
but 1 did not scare, and 1 simply
told him I would like to collect
money for my work, Ho used some
very hot words and said 1 had a
cheok to ask for my money then,
and ho said ho would ruin mo, but
still 1 did not scare. I told Lulling
in presence of a witness that ho was
welcome to call at my place of busi
ness, whore 1 havo a room onclosed,
and ho could try on tho shirts there,
but ho would not do it. No doubt
Mr. Liming thought he had dead
easy game, but ho was liko tho man
that fell out of the balloon ho was
simply not in it. I will say this,
that in any caso 1 make now shirts
and if thoy do not givo ontiro satis
faction 1 will alt or them, make now
shirts, or refund tho money. Can
any porbon do more? 1 will also
keep in ropair all shirts nindo by 1110
for two years freo of charge, for 1
am as quiet as a lamb.
A. L. Ioiinso.v,
Tho Shirt Maker,
(lorad Wio in Doutchland.
Ladies' Dress Goods,
in stripes mid all colors; Luco Curtains and
Pillow Sbams, ISishop and Victoria
Lawns, India Linens, Useful and
Ornamental Crockery. Solid
Gold and Silver Jewelry set
in CntVeyes, Pearls, etc.
A Choice Lot of Fine Ferns in
Pots and Hanging Baskets.
W-Tlio whole of the above will bo sold
without tho slightest reserve.
Thanksgiving and Xmas !
Lewis J". Levey,
Sonio of the Uum.ktin ollico com
positors are benefactors to tho raco,
if tho test is milium; two blades of
grass grow where but ono grow be
fore. Theso young Hawaiians fro
(niontly import beautiful plants and
llowors from the most famous seeds
men and florists o tho United
States, such as Vick of IJochostor,
Now York, and .1. C. Vauglian of
Chicago, 111. A packet of perfectly
healthy carnations from tho former h
nursery arrived by tho China's mail
to ono of tho "boys." This is only
an instance of ninny similar ones in
tho past fow yoars.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to call and inspect our Christmas
stock comprising art and fancy
goods of all sorts. Storo open Satur
day ovoiiingH. Kinq Unos.
llv order of MthHin. THEO H. DAVIES A
CO., I will sell at Public Auction,
ut my (Salesroom,
On Thursday, Dec. 15th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
A Special Clearancu Sale of Iorehandi.o,
Merinos, Lawns, Hats, Hosiery,
Underwear, Flannels, Towels, Etc.
Candles, Sardines, Mustard,
ooap, Jiuiruu, viio,, iw.
Toilet Sets, Howls,
Dinner Bets in Every Variety.
Saucepans, Fryimns, Kettles,
Tinware, Etc., Etc.,
And numerous other Goods appertaining
to the trade,
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
FOR THE PAST SIX MONTHS IN
Elegant Oondrtiori for ti3 Ta-Tole !
Wo do not oiler Skeleton Hirds for sale at ift.CO a piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed and. Ioecl If IDesireci
AND DELIVERED THE MORNING OF DAY FOR USE
MS- Ivive Weight of ISirds varying from 12 to S) lbs. -9X
Prices to Sutit E-sreryloocly !
FOR SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
To Lot or Loaso.
rpVO NICELY FUR
JL nisbed Rooms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
15ui.m:tin Olllce. 353-tf
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with liatliroom, pat
ent W. C. etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
(177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
Utfe- The whole to bo sold without ro
borvo regardless of cost.
G. A. B. MEETING.
rpHE MONTHLY MEKTINO
.L of Geo. W. doLong Post,
No. 1ft, Department of Califor
nia, O. A. It., will bo held at
tho Post Room, on TUESDAY
EVENING. Dec. 13th, at 7:30
o'clock. Election of Olllcers.
607-t PER, ORDER,
A NICE COTTAGE ON
Ileretalila street, near
Piikoi street, containing
Parlor. 'I Bedrooms. liatli
room, Diuingroom, Pantry nud Kitchen,
Kurvunt'B room, uarnago J louse, btauio. etc.
TramciiiH pass every lie minutes. Apply at
this paper. -inti-tf
olllce of I
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
King Street, lately oc
cupied by Mrs. Fleming,
containing Two lledrooms.
Parlor, Diuingroom, Kitchen and Hath
room; also Stables, Carriage Houso and
Servants' Quarters; reasonable rent. Ap
ply to J. F. HOWLER,
TO LET OK LEASE.
X PremibOs betweon King
and Young streets, lately
occupied by Mr. L. 0. Abies
are to let or lease. The Commodious
dwelling is well furnished with modern
improvements aud conveniences. There
aru also on tho premises Servant's Quar
ters, Stables, etc. Tho grounds contain a
choice variety of Plants, Fruit and Orna
mental Trees, Artesian water is laid on
throughout tho premises. For further par
ticulars apply to
K)t-tf nt E. O. Hall it Sons'.
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rpHAT PLEASANT SUB-
JL urban Cottauo on N mi
nim street, adjoining thol
residence of Mr. TnomasH
Soreuson, nicely appointed and with agree
able surroundings, suited to a small family
and within an easy remove from the heat
of tho City. Terms $18 per mouth.
Rcsidenco at pro
se nt occupied by James
Love as a homestead, situ
ate on King sticet opposite tho residence
of Dr. G, P. Andrews. Houso contains
Jjirgo Parlor, Dining-room, 3 Large Hod
rooms, Kitchen, etc. Itoomy Stables and
Servant's Quartors In rear; only 10 inln-
iites walk to tho Post Ollico. Possession
J given in March, 1MJ3. &'J3-tf
NOTE lloforo seeking or closing bar-
gains olsowhore, It will pay you to scan our
column, anil to at once consuii wui uuuui
signed at their ollico.
p-Wo kcop property in first-class con
dition. Our terms arc modorato and as
landlords wo will nlwnys be found reason
able in our dealings.
W Apply In each uaho to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWIUGIIT,
"Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
f) NEW COTTAGES ON
it Punchbowl street. Cot
tage contains Parlor. !i licd-2
rooms, dlniuuroom. kitchen.'
pantry, and bathrooms. Rent $15. En
quire of L. ADLER,
095-w 13 Nuuanu Street.