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TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the lleneflt of All.
THURSDAY, OCT. HI, 181(3.
A stiggoation for gutting rid of
inseot posts by firo, copied in this
paper from n Chicago horticultural
periodical, ia worth putting to a tost
liy owners of gardens hero.
Thoro is soino more genuine
"Amorican" talk for tho spurious
champion of "Americanism" next
door, in tho Chicago Journal's neat
polishing oil' of 1'arsou Maker of
Since tho Advertiser editor disre
gards our friendly warning, ho will
have to accept a little bit of his bus
iness history. Owing to space being
limited to-day, and time for a little
specific research as well, ho has a
hi noticing tho expected early
arrival of 11500 Japauoso labor immi
grants, tho Star says: "Tho telegram
states nothing about tho terms on
which those laborers have been sent,
but as tho instructions wore to seud
them on tho old term or not at all,
t hero is little doubt that the Japanese
authorities have withdrawn their ro
cout demands." As tho Japauo.-e
authorities made no demands in the
matter, they could not have had any
to withdraw. The "demands" wore
made by Mr. Irwin, Hawaiian charge
d'affaires at Tokio, who has acted as
chief recruiting agent in Japan for
the Hawaiian planters. They wore
rejected bj tho planters, who felt
that they wore already payingouough
tribute for labor to tho Japanese
An interview with the coining
American Minister, which appears
iu this issuo from a paper iu his own
town, will be found interesting. It
adds to tho favorable impression
our people have already formed of
Mr. Willis from descriptions of his
personality which have previously
been published. Mr. Willis, it will
bo observed, with a word brushes
aside tho notion cultivated by tho
auuexation press here, that the Pro
visional Government is free to olfer
the eouutry to any bidder in the
event of the United States' refusal
to annex it. From even the cursory
comments the new Minister makes
on the political aspect of his mis
sion, it is to be reasonably deduced
that the United States will insist on
a speedy end to tho "provisional"
status of the country whenever it
shows its hand. Thoro will be no
"provisional" holding on for the dim
prospect of a party change in the
United States favorable to annexa
tion. Tho situation will be given
permanency one way or another.
Ever since tho Custom house, to
gether with the other branches of
the civil service have been run iu the
interest of and for the benefit of the
auuexation club, the deterioration of
t he service, as a marked consequence,
is seen in tho present price of opium.
The rate at which the drug is enter
ing our ports may bo gauged by tho
fact that to-day it can bo bought
for ?,j a tin. During Captain Tripp'
official incumbency in 1891) tho vig
ilance of otlicialdom caused the
price to touch i-i'2 a tin, from .?1j a
tin under his predecessor of the mi
raculous Reform regime, when
opium was transformed into brick
dust and straw and poi. Not till
tho civil service ceases to be a rofugo
for tho destitute among tho gentry
who are patriotic "Americans"
enough to see their manifest destinv
iu securing a good salary under a
buccaneering aud boodliug military
dictatorship, will the public bo bet
ter served. It would bo a gain to
the treasury to erect at public ex
pense an alms-house, or benevolent
asylum for tho aged and feeble in
competents of tho Customs depart
ment who are non-pensioned on the
treasury, so that live men of tho
Samuel Stone stamp could nrvo
Tho several prominent potentates
of tho Provisional (Jovornment of
Hawaii have since their self-inst alia
tion to ollico deemed it necessary to
have a private armed guard around
their dwolliims at night. Thev
have in this ami various other vay
shown that thoy aro at open war
with the people, aud as a conse
tjueiico none of them expected to die
in thoir bods.
Therefore it was that the strain
becamo so severe that nearly all the
original council-men had to seek a
more bracing climate iu ordor to ro
cuperato or die at their post of
norvotiH tonsiou, or tho ill-concealed
fear of assassination.
Tho ISxoguUvo building, whore
the I'. G. legislature assembles, had
to be converted into an arsounl iu
Miiuh a picturesque fashion as to ox
hibit to the world by "cannon to
right of them, cannon to loft of
thorn, cannon in front of them,"
that thoy stood at an arm's-length,
ou an "armed truce," fromtho pub
lic. The piovisional oligarch, in thus
MiiToiuiiliug himself with military
hirelings tw the only possible safe
guard against assassination, has
sunn n aiavwii ues.ro in inmnio
I the other despotic inonarchs, who, I
having alienated themselves from
tho peoiilo, Into a bod -guard to
protect them. I
How far tho deliauee of the provi-
sional narly will bo directed against
the United States need not boa sub- (
jectof speculation, but tho "bluff" !
contained in tho following extract
might bo taken as the ultimatum of
a Cabinet Minister of one of tho groat
I'oweis, instead of the bunkum of a
nickel-plated juvenile mouthpiece of
tho provisional junta of tho Sand
"As to the taking of a vote of all
tho residents of the islands on the
(piestioii of annexation, 1 venture to
predict that such action will uovor
bo permitted by tho Provisional
Government. Tho whites have had
all tho general voting they want. If
an honest expression of opinion
could be obtained from the natives,
it would be all right, but it has boon
proved time and again that the
kanakas will sell their votes for a
drink. We don't propose to allow
such an all-important question as
that of annexation to bo settled in
The kanaka not selling their "votes
for a drink" is just what troubles Con
sul Wildor's friends. If votes could
l)e bought by the Wildor's partv
they aro quite "moral enough to
buy up all tho liquor in tho country
and it would bo a payiug spec. If,
as Wilder assorts, the United States
will be resisteil in any honest plan
to ascertain tho will of tho people
of this country in relation to thoir
appeal to the United States, it will
no doubt bo amusing to watch tho
elephant touch oir the mosquito.
And now it may bo expected that
the wild noto of preparation for war
will till tho air, and the undersized
soft-goods clerk will roll up in great
er numbers and swoar himself in,
and more elaborate measures will bo
taken for the defence of the treasury
lest an excited mob should rush iu
and sie.e the deficiency, also para
graphs will appear in tile 1 G. press
at intervals declaring that tho vari
ous colonels aro filled with tho calm
of strong resolution, and are pre
pared to die at thoir posts through
old ago waiting for a nou-oxisteut
enemy, and while they aro waiting
for death they will attend to the
deficiency by continuing to draw
their salaries and pickings with that
quenchless courage which always
animates tho politician on pay-day.
Tho same heroic solemnity will per
vade tho rank and file whoa they
prosont tho usual requisition for
now foot-gear, and object to a de
crease in tho same rank and file and
its screw, and tho military commit
too will be in solo possession of the
sand bags as a monument to thoir
"retrenchment" scheme. Then will
tho danger which never existed have
passed away, and the people who
never dreamt of rising, had not
risen, and the soft-goods warrior lay
down his amateur sword and cease
to be a cheap unnecessary hero, and
peace will be restored after being
continued all along, and the names
of the men wlio got up and made an
exhibition of themselves to no pur
pose will be embalmed iu history,
and they will have their reward in
the gratitude of a country that will
make its appreciation manifest.
HOT FOOTBALL AHEAD.
Match Projected for Thanksgiving
Day Honolulu vs. Pacific.
Interest in tho healthy pastime of
football has been revived by the re
port that a game will be played be
tween tho Pacific and Honolulu
clubs on Nov. .'JO. Thanksgiving Day.
Should a game be arranged, no
doubt a most exciting tussle will be
witnessed. The Pacific practice on
the Kamehameha School grounds
on Mondays anil Thursdays of each
week, and do considerable "bucking"
with tho students. Captain Crane
anil coacher (Jorbott have brought
thoir men down to a lino point, and
have taught them many tricks which
will materially aid them in a game.
Tho lately organized llouolulus
practice on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays on tho Makiki recrea
tion, and Punnhou College grounds
alternately. They have regular
matches with the collegians at times,
and are fast picking up. Both teams
play under tho Inter-Collegiate
rules. Come, boys, give us a game.
There was a pretty full attend
ance at a special meeting of Me
chanic Engine Co, No. 2 hold in the
Hook Si Ladder hall yesterday even
ing, There has been rumors pre
valent during the da- that another
dividend was to be made that even
ing, and this probably inlluouced
tho attendance. After routine busi
ness the committee on finances an
nounced another dividend of $7.25.
As will bo remembered, the couuianv
, declared a dividend of .?18 a tittle
i while ago. Some of the boys aro in
a happy frame of mind to-day con
' sequent upon tho "divy."
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
. . - ; --- -
, n i i i n i
, HOllSfi 10 II -'- rllHlll UNI
UvUOUlIUlU . lUlllllUlU
SATURDAY, Ool. 21
AT Hi O'CLOCK A. M.
1 will -ell al I'ulillr Auction, al in Halt.'-
rimiiilrmiiovcd furronvenlniii'ixjf nlu),
a iiuntity 'f lIoiifcL'liolii I'ur-
lilluro, rniiftUllllK ot
Large Koa Center Table,
., , ... , . , .1, 1 1
MaliotMiiy KxtttHoii Diiili.K li.blo.
i.catluir I'liliiilxturi-il Jlliiinj'l hairs,
Will i in I Cimti'i- ami i aril Tallin,
I 11. Y. biilnlmaiil WlmlimtK,
Witnlrolit'b, lion ISciI.umiIh, llurwiu-,
Wlli-ll (JtllTllIn, -' llnok l'llrl'1,
laitiih i i;mj;h i:in.
I Laryo Bird Cngo, Etc., Etc.
U'i I ItN Kl.lt.
PROTECTION OF GAME,
Proceedings of tho Hawaiian Sports-
... A- ,i
The Hawaiian Sportsmen's Asso-
ciation hold a special mooting at the
Hawaiian Hotel yostorday evening,
a good attendance being present.
The ohieet f tl, nsmimhlv .. in
hear the report of the committee ap-
pointed at a piovious mooting to in
yestigato (he gaming stock on the
island. Tho committee recommend
ed that tho date for opening of the
shooting season bo changed to Sept.
15, with tho closing in the latter
end of February. Tho shooting in
cludes foreign" and domestic game,
but time for hunting native wild
fowl to bo limited to the end of Jan
uary. The committee nlso canio to
the conclusion that the protection
of hen pheasants, which has boon in
vogue, be raised. Tho report of the
committee was adopted.
Returning hunters from tho Ewa
side of tho island report a plentiful
supply of game, and iu evidence
show largo bags.
In saying that Hood's Sarsaparilla
cures, its proprietors make no idle
or extravagant claim. Statements
from thousands of reliable people of
what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done
for them, conclusively prove the fact.
Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Tills act especially upon
tho livor, rousing it from torpidity
to its natural duties, cure constipa
tion and assist digestion.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
ON FRIDAY, OCT. '20th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M..
At the Yard of Messrs. H. HACKFELD 4 CO.,
1 w ill sell ill l'ulilU: Auction for account of
whom it limy concern the following
Damaged liv Milt water on voyage of ini-
ex (ionium bulk "l'uiil 1-cn-
berg," fiom Liverpool:
II. H. ,v CO.
A. S. .V T.
tOil-f-'l 1, I us Plain Iron, "Emu," sl-'JI-lM
0, KS.-.3 lbs
laift-VJ-M, li ex I'luiii lion, "Emu," M-lM-'Ji!
0, L'Otf Ibs
Ill'iO-lO'ii), I cs Plain Iron, Marx best, iH-'Jl-
Jl (1, S76 lbs
1070-1071), I cs Plain Iron, Mars best, SI-UO-
-1 O, 7!Ki lbs
llrXMO'U, 1 cs Plain Iron, Mart, best, UC.-JI-
:M li, U.VT lbs
10HO-lt)(!!l, 'I os Plain Iron, Mart, best, Sl-Ul-
m u, on ibs
IOSO-IOS'1, I e- Plain Iron, Mars best, sl-IJU-
Jl! (1, SSI lbs
lO'l.VlOliil, 1 cs Plain Iron, Mars best, 'li-'il-
3! G, tNl lbs
110J-1107. U- Plain Iron, I! 1! li, Sl-.".0-'.M
U, -. lbs
1111-1110, I es Plain Iron, P. 11 I!, sl-:in--.M
(i, Sis lbs
Il'iil-liai, 1 cs Plain Iron, It 15 It, lui-'.'!--.'!
tl, 'J Is Ibs
llUs-1113, X ci Plain Iron, II I! II, U-!-'M
G, SMJ lbs
lllV-IPJi, -4 cs Plain Iron, I! H li, M-SO-'JH
(i, S7!l lbs
Iiai-lIU), :i cs Plain Iron, li 11 II, OO-'-'l-'Jii
!, 7!H) lbs
H. H. .V CO.
A. S. .V- T.
1-00, ID lulls Corrugated Iron en b! sheets,
(!ft lO-U-JHS, l.'iOslbs
01-103, ;i.'i lulls Corrugated Iron ea 0 sheets,
"ft lO-IilM 0. 7o:iOlbs
1!HJ-,".U0, -'7 lulls Corrugated I rou ea s sheets,
8ft lO-H'-'l H.fl'Jll? lbs
.ifil-BTii, S'i lulls Corrugated Ironea 7 sheets,
Oft ltKI-JIG, ftJTf, lbs
.i7li-liS-"i, i: bills CorniL-ated Iron ea 11
-beets, ii ft s-:5 i'l CI, -JOiS lbs
llj!-.770, 1 lulls Corrugated Iron ea 'i sleets,
7ftS-:V.!l 0,877 lbs
.ri71-i'7,r), 11 lidU Corrugated Ironea 10 sheets,
art s-aai a, ;w ibs
070-750, 3 lulls Corrugated Iron ea 0 sheets,
0 ft X-V,-2l 0, 0V.I lbs
Terms Gash in U. S. Gold Coin.
FOR, SALE !
rpiIK I'XDKUSIHNKI) OKI-' Mis KOK
J. Hulc ihe following lieautiful rilouk:
THE KINK HOKSK
AMI Till: HIl.l.OWI.MI MAIIfcs;
Aiigie A., Josie W.,
Sally Black & Colt,
Yum Yum & Colt,
Ivory, Violet, Lelleliua,
, True Blue & Colt,
I tOT" Kull 1'i'iMkii'o.i of the above can hit
net-n al Ori-i'iilHil Slnhlcs, whuro price uml
I terms Clin b iirrani'ml to suit tin tlmi'ii,
! Greenfield Stables, : Kaplolani Park.
W. H. RICKARD.
Oi-tolmr IH, IWi.1.
' -v-otjcb jh jikukhy
1-1.1 kIvi'ii that tliu follow-
. ,,, (t?B.,iM Animal will
1... ....I.l ..I I'.il.ll.. I.. ...!..,.
ion SATIIKDAV. Nov. I. 3F.-rt
' iv,i,),at Uo'nloi'k noon, ul tliuUoveriiinuiil
round at .miikii;ii
I horrrl Horn) with white hiioI on fnn-
' hi'iiil, hoth hlnil lotji white, liraiiili'i) "II"
ou riKht hlinl hip.
! IV Owimr of ilm nlxivu Animal hum
m'imI in hi ulaiiii within IU iliiyn, ollmr
Wlel' It Will lilt Mllll ou thu ilatn uliuvti
imiutil. JIM KUKON'A,
I (JoviTiiuioul I'liuuiliiuihtur.
1 Honolulu, Out. Ill, I bill. K.7i lit
Hawaiian Harflware Co., L'll
Saturday, Oct. I.',, 1808.
There has been an air of
business along the water front
during the past week that has
permeated a good many of the
stores of Honolulu, principally
ours. The indications are
strongly in favor of increased
trade during the next six
months and we are taking time
by the fore lock and preparing
ourselves for what we think,
will be an era of good times.
Honolulu and the Islands gen
erally have passed through a
period of depression that will
be long remembered ; the
people of the United States
are suffering from a more ag
gravated form of the disease
and the people there look for
relief through legislation while
it has come to us through nat
ural, at the same time, unex
plained course it just came.
The prospect of a higher price
for sugar in the near future
has given the managers con
fidence and they .are willing to
expend money for improve
ments and repairs, a fact which
would not have existed had the
outlook not been bright. For
years Hawaii has been depend
ent upon sugar to an extent
that when there was a good
year almost every inhabitant
shared in the prosperity and
when a poor season came
along they linked arms in ad
versity. To a certain extent
the same state ol affairs exist
today, the sugar producer
looks with a bright eye and a
light heart to better times, and
he invests accordingly. The
laborer who has worked dur
ing the past season on the co
operative plan finds himself
better off than he expected by
several hundred dollars and he
yearns for an outlet for his
savings. Diversified industries
on Hawaii are practically in em
bryo ; that they will develope
and be numbered among the
resources of the country there
tan be no doubt. When that
times comes, though sugar, will
ever remain the leading pro
duct of the islands, coffee and
fruits will occupy such promi
nence that when there is an ofl
year in sugar, the loss to the
merchant will be made up from
the money spent by the promo
tors of other industries.
Unless all signs fail this
country will be connected with
the United States by a com
mercial treaty that will be as
great a boon to the fruit grow
er as was the reciprocity treaty
to the sugar planter. Land
that now lies idle will be plant
ed in fruits and canneries will
spring up like mushrooms.
The prohibitory duty on canned
goods entering the United
States from this port will be
wiped out and canned Hawaii
an fruits will be known through
out the world. The prospects
for Hawaii's advancement
among the world's commerce
are brighter now than they
have been for years, and for
that reason we have added
thousands of dollars worth of
goods to our stock during the
last few days.
Notice the stacks of fine
grade "Aloha" and plain cocoa
mats in our show rooms. Our
London buyer hunted England
over for the best products of
the manulacturers, and we
have never had mats of a better
quality of fibre or closer woven
! backs than we offer today as a
j result of his efforts in your and
! our ""crests. The same may
iic suiu ui sussurs, we ve never
had a larger or more varied
stock of these goods than are
on our shelves today. We
prefer some lines of goods
made in the United States to
those of England and scissors
is one of them. The steel is
better and the workmanship
surpasses the English just as
a French kid Parisian-made
boot excels in beauty the pro
duct of the shoe factories in
j Northampton. There's a knack
about the linislung, the polish
ing and the putting together
of American scissors that is
lacking in the British. We
have them for button holes,
ripping, cutting or lor dress -
making anil taibrs use. The
peculiarly bent ones are for
doing delicate work on the
nails. They cut corners on
toe nails so that ingrowths are
entirely done away with.
It is a strange, but none the
less true fact, that another
branch of the cutlery trade is
monopolized by England for
the same reasons that America
controls the scissors branch.
Pocket cutlery from the fact
ory of Wostenholm is superior
to any made in the world. It's
difficult to find a person who
would accept a knife made by
any one else, even as a gift.
We have a show case and
several shelves filled with pock
et knives from this well known
factory. They're in pearl, and
tortoise shell handles with from
two to six blades, one diminu
tive specimen is suitable only
for ladies owing to the size ;
the quality is the best. Larger
knives with bone handles and
supplied with little tools for
use by campers are included
in the assortment.
Our notice about wire fence
last week brought us inquiries
from all over the group, and or
ders from several plantations.
We can meet the demand now
that the "Piluger" is belching
thousands of coils of galvaniz
ed and black annealed wire
into our warehouses. The
locked fence is made with this
wire and the addition of spring
stays and washers which are
sold only by us. There is so
much saving in the cost of
erecting the fence and so much
life added to it that compari
sons with the old style fence
are odious. A manager on
Kauai who is using our new
fence puts his posts forty feet
apart and the stays at a dis
tance of six feet. If you've
been accustomed to building
fence and locating your ppsts
every five or six feet you will
have no difficulty in calculating
the saving by adopting our
new methods. Other people
find it more economical and
there's no reason why you
Washita oil stones, either
plain or in boxes, are new
arrivals with us, and we have
added also to our stock of in
sulated wire and tape for use
in putting in telephones or
electric bells. Electricity is
one of the branches in some of
the schools in the States, and
there are no doubt many lads
in town who have read up on
the matter and would have put
call bells and burglar alarms
in their parents homes but for
the expense. So far as our
charges for material go this
is an error. Two or three
dollars will pay for the material
necessary for either a call bell
or any alarm from the chicken
house to your bed room.
Ihe Keystone Beater has
driven every other kind of con
trivance for beating eggs out
of one-half the kitchens in Ho
nolulu and we have enough of
them left in stock to supply
the remaining half of the po
pulation. We have also among
our new goocis several nun
dred gross of tacks of various
sizes put up in neat Japan
lacquered boxes which may be
utilized as receptacles for but
tons, hair pins, etc., after the
tacks are used. The price of
these tacks is about the same
as those put up in the conven
tional stiff paper. The quality
is in keeping with the boxes
If one style churn is better
than another we have it. If
you want one that will make
butter in five minutes the Am
erican Wonder is the churn you
are looking for. If you want
one that will make just as good
butter, but will take a little
longer to do it we have it for
you. If you want a barrel
churn that will turn out the
golden hued necessity in we
don't know how many minutes,
it's yours for the asking. The
bill will go to you at the end
of the quarter. It doesn't
make any difference what kind
of a churn you want we can
supply you. We have the
wooden spoons for working
the butter after you are
through churning and the
moulds for putting it in shape
for the table,
j Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
""0",lH a"",k,"', "
!U'7 FOItT HTItWIfiT.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort 8b Hotel Streets.
Grand Sale !
Embroideries, : Lace : Veilings,
Handkerchiefs for Ladies and Gentlemen.
A LARGI LIX13 OF
Ladies' Blouses and Waists, Kid Gloves
offered ul a (J HEAT SACRIFICE in order
to make room for
ISO O -A.SES
:: Xmas and Holiday floods ::
"Which have arrived by the "Transit."
DO NOT MISS THIS CHANCE!
Cornor Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
The Best Manila Cigar in the Market.
A FRESH CONSIGNMENT .JUST TO HAND AISTD
FOR SALE IX
LOTS TO SUIT!
IN BOND OR DUTY PAID
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Druggists and Tobacconists,
553 TToH Street,
Notice to Tenants!
AJOT10K IS HKUKHYOIVKNTO ALL
J.1 persons HvIiik as tumiiitiuii luinN be
longing lo the Kitaieof tint late King Kalu
kauu, as wall us on lands belongim to tile
undersini'il and tlnibu of David kmvunu
ntikou unit .1. Kalmiliiiinole, for wln'oh ar
rangement!) have been iiiuiIh betwe"ii them
and Mr. J. Paakaula, that payment-, of
rent must hereafter be made to liie person
ally. When making payment it is re
quested that tenants bring eopies of their
leatcs and the last reeeipt rereived by
them. It is alsi the wish of the under
signed to meet and confer with tenants on
the lirst day of every month for six months,
beginning October 1(1, Ib!)'5, and ending
April l(i, 18111.
Uf Olliee at Honunkuhu.
Honolulu, Oct. Hi, lb'J.5. sti-lni
Hawaiian Provisional Government Stamps !
7ULL SETS HAWAIIAN I'liOVIS
lunnl (overument .SUiiins ('.'I in setl
will bo on sale ut the Hawaiian News Oo.'s
Store for this week only, at fr.OO per irct.
rpHK MANAGEMENT OK THE ME It-.
X ry-go-round hereby warns all pemms
to keep clear of the cable aud machinery
of paid Merry-go-round when iu motion,
as he will not be responsible for accidents
cuuseu ny me same. Anyone caugui uu-
troying or mutilating the Merry-go round
or its uuvur will no p.
,. Vll JUK.
A 1I Kb AND GENTLEMEN INTE-
lestcd iu lheooiihlcal Mimic-, or
'Ihcosuphicul Literature, ale iciUusicd to
communicate on the subject with A. M.'l.,
I'. O, Dox IT.'. Honolulu, S'll Iw
MY WIFE, MAItIA .lOSK OLSE.N,
having left my Hed aud Hoard with
out sulllcient riiii-u, I hcicby give notice to
the public that I will not lie lespouslble
fiom this date for any debts contracted h
her iu in y name. E ULSEN.
Honolulu, Oct. 18, INM. 8."S-:ll
AWAIAHAO SEMINARY HAS Kb
tablished a Domi.mic Di.i'vur.Mi.jr
and Is prepaid! to take orders for Jellies,
bread anil cukes. All orders for fruit cal.e
(or Thanksgiving ami Christinas should be
hent ut once. hi Im
ALL PERSONS HAVlNli CLAIMS
against Robert William Holt per
sonally urn ieiiicsteil lo procill the bailie
without deluv at the Olllce of
illtllOK A. J. OARTWItllllir.
Honolulu. Aug. 'l! INi't. HU-if
rpHrTwKKKLY lltlLLETl.N-W CO I .
L uiuiibol liitert'i.tiiig KcmIIiik Mutter
IkIkuiIh 14: iiihIIwI In Imi'lKn cniinlllfe, Ifi,
Grand Sale !
Koiaolul-u., H. I.
To Let or Lease.
ONK OP THRKK NKW
Cottages on corner of
Kort and School Streets.
Annlv on the premises, or
ut Frank Urown's store, Merchunt Street.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with iiathrooni, pat
ent v. 0., etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
to in, -II) j. .. VIVAC
KEAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
7 VAI.UA1JI.E 1'IECKS UK
I improved Property, located
in dillerent parts of the (!ity of
Honolulu; all bargains. Apply
for full imi-tieuhirs to
ItltrCE A- A. J. CAI'.TWHKiHT.
rpHK RESIDENCE AND
JL Lot situated on Wil
der's Avenue, bolow l.uiia-
li lo Home, and owned liv
the undersigned, is for sale on advantage
ous terms. Aliliiy to
Hiil-'-'iii At V. B. Luce, Merchant St.
i rj- ,
JL I'reuilrus opposite the
;lki Iteterve, recently
occupied by Mr. Tharles
i reiguion. i no grouuusaie spacious, and
well "-haded with Ornamental uml Fruit
Trees; unh a minute's walk to Tramways.
The llullilings will he put In thorough re
pail tumult the wishes of a good tenant.
Tor further particulars, apply to
Ti listen for Mrs, Marv S. Levey.
Real Estate Agency
No. 510 Fort I
1 House on
1 House on
(ieriuiinla street $20 per
Emilia Sipiure fin par
I Store under tin "Arlington, "
I b'tore on Nuuuiiu street.
" Houses on lieretanlu street.
'2 Houses on Kort street.
House ami Lot on lleielanhi street near
ruihucolu, Uu LIHI feet frontage unit
I IU feet deep.
Heveral Desirable Residences at llrst.
I Residence ou Ocniimila street.
A ten I.