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TWWPJn8fWfW HHpt. E 'Pn''M'PIJPfy''MipW!W iHWf''W''''lMW,W''ff,'T' r,i fjrajpnBnwflp "i npwf- wmww i-i w"ww",wmi'i""r' ww jr71H?w'ww"ir-n-m!--K-rq'- -aFpnp3ign!n3gK fiWWit"tf3, ?Im. ?$rpy- wg TJIr" T5RT P-"; DAILY UULLETIN: UCWOLUIjU, II. 1., MAY 1(5, 1890. IMWli.,-Mi MfciTmnrmfrtfcrtia rr li aa J a tig gguHitfiii Pledged to neither 6'eet nor Party, But established for the benefit of all. FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1800. DANDER OF ELECTRICITY. A friend has kindly furnished us a copy .of the "American Analyst" of November M, 1889, containing nn article on "Flectrie Homicides." This nrticle refers to and quotes from n paper on the same subject by 31r. Kdlson, the distinguished electrician. "Edtaon shows that there are four different currents in use, of which only one is harmless. This one is a low tension current; the other three aie high tension, and are. all danger ous to life. The first Is harmless, and can be passed through the human body without producing un comfortable sensations. The vecond is dangerous to life. Momentary contact with the third, results in paralysis or death, and the passage of the fourth, or alternating cur- lent, through the living body mean?, instantaneous death." ICdNon positively asset ts that neither of these dangerous currents is a necessity. Says he, "there is no plea which will justify the use of high tension and' alternating cur rents, either in a scientic or commer cial sense." The sole reason why these dangerous currents are em ployed is said to be the economy of ropper wire." The wires are t-o small that tremendous pressure is lequired to force the currents through them over the long distances which they supply. "With heavier wires and shorter circuits all danger would cease." Kdi-sou N not favorable tn the under-ground system. It is nut only not safer, but is "positively more dangerous. "This arici from the fact that the wires in the present 'ystem of conduits, would form earth eonlacts, and there would lie a fusion of wires, and the forma tion of powerful electric arcs, which would extend to other metallic con ductors in the same conduit, and a whole mass of wires made to receive this current and conduct it into houses, olllees, and stores." The article concludes by quoting from Kdison the following: "The public mav rest absolutely assured" that safety will not be secured by bury ing thee wires. The condensation of moisture, the ingress of water, the. dissolving iuthienco of coal gas and oxidation upon the v.irious in aulating compounds will result only in the transfer of death to man holes, houses, stores and offices, through the agency of the telephone, the low-pressure systems, and the apparatus of the high-pressure cur rent itself." The important question tor us in oinneclion with the above U, how about our electric li 'lit wires here? HAVAL NOTES. The lollowing naval notes have been gleamed from the S. K. Call: Lieutenant William Kilburn has lieeu ordered to the receiving ship New Hampshire. Fnsign William A. Gill is detached from the Hanger i and ordered to duty at the Naval I Ordnance Ptoving Ground at Anna polis. Civil Fnginecr C. C. Wol- , cott is detached fioin Mate Island i Navy-yard and placed on waiting oi del. Civil Engineer Frank O. Moxtort is detached from duty at the Washington Navy-ynrd and order ed to duty at "Mare Island, May :.Mth. Ucutcuant-Couimnnder W Lyon has been ordered to return home, having been detached from the com mand of the Nipsic on the 4th April, and placed on waiting orders. Sur geon Harvey has been detached from the Hanger and ordered to proceed home mid await orders. Pushed Abslstntil Engineer Hettinger is detached fioin the Portsmouth (N. II.) Navy-yard and ordeied to the Hanger. Auction Sales by James F. Morgan. Auction Sales by James F. Morgan. .Largo & Import tint AUCTION SALE OF OcBanic Gi Effects Ami I'-ltllllKM ! fi ALH ! i I am Instructed by the Oeennle Chili I to sell :it Public Auction, lit the pieml- m's Campbell's UloeK. Hotel street. I Guaranteed Bonds ISSUED BY THE IIFF ITiiilfiiiiral 1 . ' lHinlnMrueied by MfSMts. HYMAN ' On MONDAY, May JiMll, X)JV I" lll'lll It" l.lllr l II MIL O.IIV. nt i my Salesroom, Queen lreet. on . Mention is made by a correspon dent of the Engligh Gardeners' Chronicle, writing of certain natural products of the "Straits Settle ments," of the existence there of "a somewhat proliferous pine-apple. He describes it as 'about lAft. long, and from its base stand out at right angles 10 perfect pines of Nin. each.' " ROYAL HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE I.. .). I.'w l.esee. On FRIDAY EYENIHG, Hay 16, 1890. MYSTERY Of THE PRESENT OKNTuT.Y. Mr. JOHN SLATER, Speelal I'li.uugi'iiKMit of the WorlilU 'lireatel Psychological Phenomenon. In a varied entertainment of Seium-Ai. 'l':vr anil .Mimi Uk.uxno. The mo-t woniterliil t'-t medium In existence, -tatiilinir wlllnmt :i ilvnl ami oflii liijr :tti open elinlh'iii;!1 of ..',0f.n In anyone win) will pioclii- le-N not gi'imliic. Poimi.ui lMsifi.sDrrs- Chele anil I'linjiiettc mini'-i-ru-il. .",0,: Kalcony mid (Jallei'v s.'ii-. tsrWldlc In tlil. ehv Mr. Slater will give prluitt- test In hi- pallor at the Cottage 7S. Iteietanii -fuel, nppn-lte the Hawaiian Hotel. .")I '! On HATCUDAY, Miiy ITilt, AT 10 O'CLOCK A, ?.!.. A complete a-Miilmcnt of DRY GOODS ! Couipi-Mng Cashmeres, Coburgs, F.iney Dri-k Oood-t. Itlai')'. i Coloieil Meilno, 8)rowM RHiimijEh, Hie., l'.le., r.tr.. l'.le. A complete assoituient of Lawns & Prints, Cent' As Ladles' ruilerwear. White A: Plow a Cotton-, A full line of Man's & Yoiilli's Cloiliing, The moM complete u-orllli(.iJ of nicn'M I.aitlcfi .1 Chlldi'i'itV 4 XI OK W A. T-5 IT! , All patlciinauiliitiiilitlf- of Woolon &. Calico Shirts, A u-n, full line of TAILORING GOODS, Compii'liig i ':i.iineie.. TiweiN. WoMeils, Hi lagohali. Linens, Ducks, Etc. Al-o, full llne ol Silk Ribbons & Handkerchiefs, And a eu l.irjje a-oriiiiiMit of FANCY GOODS and NOTIONS, Hie . i:te Kic. i'.le. AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. M The Kntbe Furnltur'. Tilting anil Eficctx of mid Club, eoinpiUlng 5 (1 & Asli BGOroom Sets. Spring Mattraei. Hair Mnltta"e, Kciilher Pillow r. .MiiMpilto Net", llnugliig Lnnip", Glassware, t Jlaiulyoim: Sideboard Refrigerator, Center, Sofa & Door llugi, Simid l.ainp, Oil PalutliiKs, I Fine B.W. Carved Centre Table, ioiihis Chairs. lliael.eN, Mallini;. Oil Cloth a .lap. Seieens, l'.le.. ' Kle.. Kle . Kte. OF 3VH3W YORK SECURITY: Cask Assots Ovor $100,000,000 UUJiJAttlt A. :m4!IIUIY. I'ivsI.IchI. t(2r I'nr full particulate apply to l)ec-2l-S9 General Agent for the Hawaiian Ishmils. JAM. V. 31011(2 AX, M) ;ll Aiietloneer. LANDLORD'S SALE OF Goods & Chattels DlHtraini it I'd)- the A'iiii.mj incut ol' tteiit. 82 &J mm nnrFFF El IB II &JUB I Li TVUCJV.TVCJ fiS1?JR.TI!Er.r. ALWAYS ON 11ANP AND TO OKDKU Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, RuskSj Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls, Milk Brcntl, (iraliaiu 1'ie.ul, lye ltieail, Fiench Urcail. Family Hi cad, Twitst Ui cad, Soda Oiaekerf, Uuller Orackeiv, Uoston CraekeiH, Water Crackerx, (Jinlintu CrnekeiH, Shoolly Ciiickeis, JJOVAL T01 .J. V.. IllOVMl. Manager. fy 'I'lie-e Oooils have all heen f .ire fnlly seleeii'il for Ihi-. inaiket. and einu-prl-'e Ihe lale-t ami iiiom Ntajile lyle- in everv Hue fj'" Alt Good- offered will lie wild, and lnvoii will he elosed on: leaid-!e-- of cost. Sjlurlayl2vcing,'Jly 17. Ke-appeurr.nco of Iho Bijou Comedy Gcnvy In ll.iilkn CnmpliellN C.reat Play "MY PARTNER" Willi nu llUlpiont Cast I I.Hn-ral I'.-rms ul Snle! I am liniirueteil tiy .lame JJ. Hull, Jr.. to sell at Piihlie Auetlou THUKSDAY, :isy aami, AT l O'CI.UCK ,. M-. Of :ild day. at my Nilt -room, on (Jiieen stieel. in the City of Honolulu, the lol lowiug dferlhe(i (Jomh and Chattels of Kook I. ting, a lull tenaiu of Mild lauie.o It. Unit, dr., In .iid Cit of Honolulu, ili-traiiied for anear of mil. ami hiv ing heen held thu statutory length of t line I iv the said .lame- It. llolt,.Ir.. vi: Chinese & Japanese Crockery, And Oilier Wine. Ciuios and Oilier (iooiN, Chjiltel- and Klfeets of -,iid I onU I .mil;, taken fioin hW -toie In Mull' Itloek,' N tiu.i mi lii'et, lit -:ii.l l'il of Honolulu .IAS. F. MOIMiAX, Aiietloneer. J. M. Monomial Ailornev lor Landlord. Honolulu, Apiil 2"i, l.v.iO. Ms Itl jTOLANDED l'. l.ale Aiih.il- from Auekland a ('holee I ,u uf New Zealand Oats Huitnlilo I'or ltuclns Stock. Miliii aifl Saloon BmaH Julln, Ginger Siaim, Coffgn Gates, It, Bit QlST Anil will he DKMVHREl) FIIEH of CIIA1UJK to any part of the oily. gi;3 ItriX of FAItlO: Coiree. Tea. Choeolule ,v Milk, Houi-eil l'ig' l'eel, fold Hani, Spieeil Tongue, Spicotl Href, Saintly, IJle. FINE HAVANA, IViANILLA .. AMERICAN CIGARS ! A l.AIIOi: ASfiOHTMIlNT 01' Vw & ClwirvllK Tolmcco, 1'ipcs, Cigar & Gignrctlo Ifoltlors. C1oltl Drinks, lii. jijS Open finin '.:'.W a. m. until O;!!!) v. si. Kutmilny night, open all night Mutual Teleiilioiie '2l. l'o.st Olliee l!ox 173. in iii mill nmmi Hi 11 Telepliono i!82. 187 Cm c-juTyawgr K9apaaemnmvK.mmrrjLWki4j.KtwAjrxfrtii Pi MANTTFACTUKEKS OF PINK EYE. r.nnoi: llri.i.i tin: In this uiorniuif's isue of the 1. (J. Advertiser is an advertisement of the trotting horse "Hell Hinger." It is there stated, that said "Hell Uinger" when only "III months old" and "sick witli the pink eye," trot ted a race in 'JA1 ! ! ! Now any one with any common hor-e sence, knows that a colt or horse sick with the pink eye U not worth a conti nental hnlt dime to use in any way, shape, or fashion and especially in a race. Yotir.s, IUjaii. .May Hi, 1S90. t5 I'.ox p'au at if. K. IJmwn'i-. I'ni fiueite and l)ie.- Chele li li.ileniu 7.V.; Oal lory ."i!e. Ti.M It IVO'X'JO.XO. Uawuli Ci.uui.rii.tl Co., ur Hui X.ilcpa lt'.vitll. A 1.1, act-mint- against Ihe aliove Company should be itemied and sent to Ahraha'm l'einaiide, Tieaiuer, at K. O. Hull it Sou's, on or lieloie Monday. .May lfl. 1WHI. Ve'r o rd cr. I). 1TA. Manager. Ilouidnlu, May l.', l-'.'O. .V.5 at QUERY. Kditok Uri.u.Ttx: . In Mr. Sayford'a talk last evening he spoke of standing liesidc a grave the day hefore and spoke of the one laid away thus, "Ho is now at home." Wheie is thai home 'r Is it in heaven? If so, how ahout the re surrection, and the day of judg ment; is lie to he taken from his home and judged to see whether he belonged tlieie? Would it not be like .sending a man ttfOahu 1'iison, and atter a few years bring him out, to have his trial to see whether ho was worthy to be in such a place? Ivri.itt.-ii.n. Pitt & Scott's Parocls Exprcrtut tlltf Ofiica, 23 Oauuou Street, London, Enid".!' l'.iekaaie.s booked to most parts of Hie world, faekage- olitained fioin abroad. Tlirougli onlers issued to dellir.ltiou. .I.E. niCOW iN co., Agoiil- for Hawaiian Islands, Did Ca pitol Kulldim;-. .V.i! m 'ncilic Ibi'kiii'c Co., I,' E. 1". Dillinghim, troildenti J. U. Bpsattr, Maiiog r' F. Ij. Wiuter, Xrcaivror. .IAH. F. .MOKCAN, ."i.Vi ft Alletitilli er. , AUCTION SALE OF Unclaimed Packages Pv order of the Colleetur-f leiieral of Cii-loin-. I ill -ell ul I'llblie Aueliou, at mi Salesroom, (Jlieen -IHel, On SATUJ.DAY, May ITlli, AT ttt '. OVti. MlllV. The follow In Package ol fcMeirhan-di-e, unelalnied in Ihe Cll-IOlu llou-e: ' Mail,- I.,'. C I lou 1 Itill Wind Latins Wilder Co ' 'J Kes Paint Mr- Nurse-. 1 I'.iekiie Student " I Ca.-o Mde N II Civnlialgh ' 1 I'aekage W II (i ill ilia " 1 Piielame :'. Iluglie- I'ahaia 1 Ca-e Hook- (i W I) lion 'J lira-s Nuts Mar.-hal Snper " 1 Ca-e. Mil-e N'SS.lehs ' 1 l'kg Samples A A Caller Knliala 1 Pkt; Sample- KCodtieV llou 1 Pk Adl I matter I. 11 Kerr" ' I P.ieUiij-c II It .Muefui lane" It I! " lll.tlliouil I. limler lle.ith W C C in ilia Makeplee ' UNION FEED 00. .V.I -v HEVETT & JACOBSEN, TAHITI LJEMON ADE, and- PLAIi SODA AocounlantH, Collators, UgmmiAioit ili.tntu uml Uust-.'iu Iloui'o Urokfis. Are al nil lime plvoii'd In pel foi ni mi) tle-i-iljiilitii ol I luiieal Umk meh as Alidi.inj; At eminls, l'n-1'iit' nji Tiaili'-liuii'h lliiul. i, iMakini' Iiivenlorie- nt Sinelt, Kii).'iii .-.ii ,- l.i'trul Dot liiin-uih. Kle C -uipe'eiH hi. (I liill.iltle Kielulit Clciks k, i the i'r!ie:y uint lull.Mi, ol i-aii- i-i il5TOillie at Ui-hi-Ai-i' A Koiir.iui'os'rt, Qmun tlleil Post ()1)i lio lljll .Mil. laal Teiiplione V: Hill Tek-plione 1H .Ti! If WAITED I'T 1 I'aekaue .". Cn-es .SliNe illt I'kjjs Papei I Ca-e Md-e 'J Leather Trunks Sample Caipul-. iO Che-t.s Tea Jt Hollies Sanishoo '1 Cases Pre.-eiveil Cueiuuhers J Caue Pi eel i ed Kgg 1 Ca-e Soda Crackers -1 KtltST-CLASS Carilajje Wood 1 woiker and 1 Oiiirhigi' .lobbing Smilli at Ihe llouolulu Caiiinge l-'ne-loiy, '2S J-'orl -Meet. .Mll-t be-leaill, .sober men. JSej-.ni ible wanes w ill lie paid. (!. WKST. O.'l lw Propiloior. NOTIGK. :,:,:, jt ,1AS. V. MO KG AN, ' Aiietloneer. EXECUTOR'S SALE OF HEAL ESTATE! A CURIOS PHENOMENON. A curious phenomenon, says the llyogo News of tho lifith ult., was observed last night at about nine o'clock, a portion of the heavens toivards the KaSt appearing suddenly to open and emitting a dazzling Hash ol light lasting several seconds, and which distinctly lit up .swround ing olijccls. The opening then gradually closed, but for fully a minute afterwaids there was a dull Htreak of light, about the length of :i comet's tail, to show where the II ibh had appeared. Shortly after wards the sky, which had before been clear, becamo clouded over. Till. VVU' I.ATK'T I.N Piano Lamps, Banquet Lamps, JUllr:iry Ijitinp-. Hall Lamps & ChnndelievB, .lli-l ltoeeltod from the 1 atlyli. A Hew Line of Refrigerators, A J'ull Line of the l'aiorito Eddy's Refrigerator's and Ico Chsets, Dlfitou'a 3;it3 li Flics) Kc- Line-J of I.ockb, '.Shclf-lliii'dwiirc, Etc., Jltiit:l, Jr., Culliviilors. Pictures Frames & Mouldings. ! ;; u Paciflc HinlWnro Co.. L'd. Port it Men-hunt i-. ItAlLKOAl) 1IOUSI-:. NO. 0 King stieet, near Ihe Ilildge, Open day and night. .Meal- at all hours. Onh-r.s lor California nioiliicn leeelied. i:. T. (!II.'.Y, IV2 2W I'rnpiletor. I'.idiieeliouof Ci:rlL ItllOWN, the LM'i-ulorof thela-t will uml teHiameutot Philip Mlllou, deeeiiM-d. 1 urn dheeied to sell at I'llblie Am-llou, at my !sule loom in llouolulu. On SATURDAY, May '24 Hi, at in o-!i,o::i xoo.s, The late Ilome-teail of Ihe said Philip .Milton, being thateeitaln properly Min ute mi the mauka .side ol hlllg 11 eel. in Kiild llouolulu. beiweeu Ihe pieuil-es ol M. ll.imau, i:-ij.. and Alex. Young, K-q. The above Properly I planted ii'illi frill I li ees and grape vines, and ha mi aiii-slaii well from wliieh theie 1- noiv an liii'oiue of 6JIMI ier iiummi. Tille peilei-t. Also, ni the mine lime anil place, and by Ihe ,aiue diieetlou I -liall sell Unit ee lain Pin cr Parcel of Laufl ! -imam at Kulaokahua, Honolulu, ad joining Ihe picmlH-s of Chiirle- Oudolt, l.i.. and eoutaiiiiiig an sin-a of fill-loo neres. suitable for a homoitiMil, Title peifet. trr Heed- itt Ihe expoii-e ol the pur-eluii-er. rAFI. F. AIOIUMN, fi lfl III Aiielloueer. YILL lot be M'MHitisllili. for imy llebln Kiiilraclci! in my n.tlile Willi, out my wiitten o'llur. JOHN C CLUNICV. llonoiiilii. Mnv ft. HA' oVtjlt NOT10IS. wrmm -"" tswwj .THTwtsM mw www .;jf i - t rfnTTT-Tt t ir i r i1 tf w nwfi CtAPTAI.V A. V. llrowii, of Ihe baik ' "Omega." will not he ieponsible for any debts eoiitraeti:d by his crew (luting ihe vehC-P. siuv In lld'i port. OTA lw . LOST or STRAYED AIJOUT Piidiiylast, n II iy Hoine, brinided ".I " xV n- w-.ird will be imid for .-fV- i'- its leiuiu lo ihe tin. misiisof . .1 II. WODKfloUSK, .'i':i itt Imiuia sim-i. TO liET m.A TWO Xleelv rurnUheil $M& L Jtooin- at WaiMkl, on BSSsi2 the beiieli near Ihe bridge. Appi In AN'TONK V0(!I:L. :, liv At L. II. Ken'-. TO 1.15T iM A T AllOK S Itnom Ilnue on ,-ftVvi Li I lie PUhH. corner of &Sfi&'Jrtt llm-elanla and Keeauinoku streets; 'J-siory, iiutlinu-e-, alaliles, fie. Apply to i. i: nitowx &(')., Old Capital Buildings Men-hunt st. fl.r. lilt toTbt" A.SIX-ltOOM Cottag" on Hotel slienl, ne.t door kSiAiais to Ander.-on it l.imdyV den tut olliee. 5. 'J lw For paitlciiliu-s apply io ANor.itsox .v i.in i ) y. TO LET J3Ki:.MISKS sllmiled at Knpakiuui, at presoul occupied by Mrs. fiurney. Possession given on .lime 1. IMKi. .MT'-'w JOHN l COLIIUH.V. Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPAEILLA & IRON WATER, Gliitr Me, In Ale, (Mill RasDberryafle, Sarsaparllla, Mineral Welm, Etc. TELEPHOWE 297. 0 fcscr All (-oimuuiiicftlioiis mxl ordm.s slumld be mUlrcsscMl lo BENSON, SMITH &'CO., i vmiruyni rtr-ji i ij:-j xA.i.kc9Uk'ajrvjrvwi Preliminary ANNOUNCEMENT ! I .nil iiMrueteil bv )it. THOI's,sK l' to -eli ul Publii- Aliellou. On WEDNESDAY, M.y S, AT la 11'1'1,111'K NOOK. (I'nle.-s previously dl-ioed ofalpii vale .-ale) the following Valunble Pro perly, (llu- only n-a-on lor sel'lnj; is the want ol lln.e to line the Uial-). 1 30-n-NaDltia Lttiicli 'Jane' With Must-, HaiN. Anelior, Chain-, Kit-. Kit-., -plemlidly lined out and leadi for u-e; '.'.'.() (iiillnu- of N'apihii for Fuel. 1 -.'1-foot Nnptha l.auneh. open boat, with Awning and Oars; 1 Maii-of-War (la, with Oar-, Ma-l and Sail; a veij pretty boat; 1 Catamaran AMnss" Probably the Fastest Kail limit in the haibor, Culler Jtlaed; 1 lluinenat Sueakbox, with Miistnuud Sail, and Fohllue; Center-board, llni-hed in Fanev Woods; 1 -ill-toot Life lloat with Copper Tanks, 1 Canvas Folding Boat 1 KnU-h Coiaele, 1 Coppeied t-eoil. Sails. Spars, llloeks nml I'illln--. of all de-eriution-, 1 I'ool l.iiihe i"c Tools fm- Wood, Iron and llruss, 1 U-llor-el'owerShlpmnii Ku;liie, ready to put In a boat with propeller i-liatl ; ltiioy, Aiu-hon it Moorings; nl-io, the BOATHOUSE and FURNITURE, Of the best di-si-ilptinn. The pioxhulty of the noiv inarkel makes (Ids boat bouse a irry Vuluublo Propt-iiy, there Is every eonveiileuce to slowanay and lift lle,ht ami heavy lioaH, ami Is suitable for a bout or yiiehl eliih, pilot hnu-e or life paving Minion. (iround rent I-8"0 per annum, fioni Me-sri. Lylo & Sorren-ou. StSrThi! limits am leudy for trial at any lime by applying at the boat house, and every Until l hi peifeel order. L12WI .J. LEVEY, .m'.' td Aliotloueei', Without si Jtival in Priv.o & Qutillt' ! 0 no-third tho Price of tho Royal ! Evory Housekoopor Should TTso It ! gjST A S.u-ini; of :;H Per Cent in Cost and Quality. The Veiy Pest. j SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS. HENRY DAVIS & CO., I'll !m Kxehmive Agents for the Hawaii.iu I.-lamLs. NOTICE of INTENTION ! o Tho undersigned calls the attention of the hoinesecking anil purchas ing public to his place on Nuiianu Avenue, known as the "Maguin l'lacc," which he intends to .sell at a Very Low 1'igure with all the iiiiprovemeiitH thereon, to wit : A 7-room 2-story Dwelling House ! With Bathroom, Kitchen, Water & Clothes Closets attached, a -l-Booin Outbuilding, a Stable lor two horses, Carriages & Feed Shed, Cliichen houso & Extensive Chickenyaril, Watcrpipes all over the grounds The Property contains 2.7 Acres of the Finest Garden Land ! Anil is planted almost entirely in Grapevines (0,000 pieces), Peaches, ApricotK, Plums, Kigs and other Choice Fruits, all of which are growing reuiaikahly well in the cool valley air. Chineso Tea now thrives on the land. An abundance of Koses of the choicest kinds and a variety of other Flowers adorn the place the year around. There is no butter Property than this in the maikel considering the CLIMATIC ADVANTAGES and LOW PltlCE ! The only reason of sale is, that I am going to leave the Islands lo retiiin to the. Coaht. The eventual purchaser of the place can, if he wantn to, buy the Household Furniture, Range & Kitchen -Utensils, Garden Tools, Horses It WatfMa, lUriioniej, Ktc, Etc., at u Very Ktcucn.tMc Fiicas I JCffr" For terms of sale and all particulars apply at the premises, Nuuanii Valley. r"'- lw F. E. K131WEL. ' tm ' I L"1 B. I. BILEES & CO. havi: Jt'sr ui:cr,ivi:i) a vniiv i.aikii: ahkokimknt or Staple & Fancy Dry Goods, LADIES' & CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR, CJoiifM XiirniHliiiijf GrootlN, Aco., fco., All will ho hold at lteiihoiiiililo 1'iicen. gjtT Our Dressniaking Dopartiuent under the iiuiuiigciiu'iit of MISS GLAKIC will he ie-opeiied nhoiit May lilli. .