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THE DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER.
Saturday, January 3, 18S5
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Commercial Advertiser OOlce, October 1. 18S1.
NEW YEAR DAY FEASTS,
i . .
Year by year the observance
, New Years Day as one of fear.!.f?
i . and merry makiug has luenjaaed
V j amongst the native population of
's ;. Honolulu, until now there is hardly
a household of that nationality that
. doe3 n'ot'sit down to a "table" piled
; " high with pig aud poi, fish and fowl,
shrimps and seaweed. There is no
. people that we are acquainted with
who enjoy a good "feed" more than
.: the Hawaiians. It is not alone that
they can and do make no many appe
;tizing diabes out of tlr products of
1 tbe land and the sea, for the Chinese
v "probably excel them in this particu-
" lar. Neither is it that they provide
such quantities of food, for the Fijians
- are far a bead of them in the abun
dance of their feasts; but iu the niat
, ter of enjoyment, and that, too, of not
altogether a sensuous kind, the na
tive Hawaiian beats the world.
s la the first place, ha is not to be
- - vilaunteil by any diuicuities that may
, surround his obtaining the requisites
for a feast. They do not often arise,
. - . for the pig he has with nim always,
the fat dog is ever at his feet. From
;hls garden-p'ateh, . no matter how
. saiill it my be, ho can always
gather Ithe glowing capsicum, from
" hi i reef-lined snores, the salud icious
"sottreed and. appetizing shell-fish.
,Tue market always has, for him, hah,
Ccrustcea, fea-eggs and such-like
food, and countless other edibles are
found in the forest and ou the beach.
The preparation of the feast is not
- for hiiu ami his the, formidable mat
Tier that It is with our Ood house
wives.. .His domestic arrangements
are not disturbed by the presence In
-the kitchen of a formidable .4oook,"
in hii dining-room of a display of
-table truinpery,in his house generally
w of tired wife, girls en papillote and
preparation, none of these" things
trouble lua. Ail hands are cooks,
and wheu the hour arrives the feast
is ready. .
Aud on such an occasion the true
; nature of the happy Hawaiian asserts
Itself. He lingers loug before the
' .well spread Ki leaves that, with him,
serve as table clothes, napkins,disheSi
etc. "He rightfully eschews the use
of forks, using bis fingers In a dainty,
" satisfying manner, that no other be
mr' furcated implements can eqnal. And
withal, he lias an abundauce of that
btof all "pateut digesters," good
humor, laughter, and unoduvention
. ality. For him, at such times, there
U is no mental or physical "morrow."
- He enjoys himself thoroughly and
conpletelyt and our. earnest wish is
that'- he may do so for many years,
( especially upon the commencement of
V . eacu JXew xear.
a. '" NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE.
The San Francisco Wasp has made
a big hit with its Christmas number,
and especially with its superb picture
iu colors of the burning lake of Ki
laut-a. The entire edition of 32,000
copies.was sold betore noon of the dciy
o publication, and 10,000 more copies
could have been disposed of. A re
quest wat made that the original of
Jules Tavernierrs picture be exhibited
atthe New Orleans Exhibition, and
the proprietors of The Wasp have
Such an enterprise caniaot fall to
meet with appreciation arid success,
aud we may add that "the exhibition
of tho splendid view of Kilauea can
not fall to induce many to visit the
volcano, and we may thank the gen
tlemah who conceived the idea of
getting up this picture, as well as the
artist who executed it, for a first class
advertisement of a leading feature of
the Islatida. '
' The Wasp Publishing Company in
tended sending extra copies of the
Wasp to Honolulu, but were pre
vented from so doing owing to the tie
m'aucr la San Fraucisco, where copies
were selling for $1 each on the streets
end at the . book-stands. Some idea
of tho liberality of the advertising
public in San Fi ancisco can be formed
fioru the fact that the two colored
advertisements on the cover of the
Christmas Wasp were contracted for
at &300 each.
The irrapliie description of the vol
cano of Kilaue on the first page
attract the attention of tourists this
way, and will help the Islands not a
And while on the subject- of news
paper enterprise, wo may mention
that by special arraiigenietits made
in San Francisco, the' Pacific Com
mercial Advertiser - will have,
each steamer, the facilities for fur
nishing the latest items on matters
of public interest within a few hours
of its reception here. As an example
of Mils we may mention that the
reading of Judge Sullivan's decision
in the Sharon-Hill case was not
finished until a little after 12 o'clock,
and by 1 p.m. it was published in full
in tho Evcninrj Post, tho plates for
warded to this office, and the Extra
P. C. Advertiser containing it given
to the public of Honolulu some hours
ahead of our afternoon contempo
raries, who had no chance to give
more than a mere reference to the
There has been a hope that the vote
on the Convention extending the
term of the Reciprocity Treaty would
be taken in the Senate before the ad
journment for the holidays. Certain
Senators who are friendly to the Ha
waiian Treaty, but opposed to the
Mexican and other Reciprocity
Treaties, were desirous tlmt the
former should be considered apart
from the others and brought up
first. General Miller, the Chair
man of the Committee on Foreign
Relations had a different idea, being
apparently anxious that the favor
extended to the Hawaiian Treaty
should be available to .lift the others
along. On the lltli he made his views
known to Mr. ; Carter.. This put an
end to hopes of the matter being
brought up before the adjournment,
as, by custom, the chairman of the
committee which has charge of a
measure, is the person' to move in
regard to it. Shortly afterwards the
Senate .adjourned fur the holidays
till January the 5th, so it will be
the 22nd of the month before we hear
any further news about the Treaty.
It may not be ami.s to remark here
that a rejection of the new Constitu
tion would not necessarily indicate
danger-of the abrogation of the
Treaty. A bare majority in the Sen
ate can prevent the latter, whilst it
takes a two-third majority to carry
the fonder. This, in a full Senate,
means a difference of fourteen votes.
By the S. S. Zealandia the Minister
of Foreign Affairs has received a
cablegram from Mr. R. V. Irwin in
forming him that S00 Japanese labor
era would leave Tokio by the Pacific
Mail Company's steamer on the
2Sth of January direct for Hono
lulu Mr. Irwin also states that
between 2,000 and 3,000 will be
ready to leave In March and April.
Mr. Irwin will accompany the first
batch ol these immigrants, which
may be expected to .arrive here on or
about the 12th February.
OUR NEW YORK LETTER.
While it is true that great riches
bring with them great privileges, it
is no less true that they multiply
cares, and as they increase "Lo! how
they increase who devour them."
This is especially true of the richest
of our citizens, Wm. PI. Vanderbilt.
People have become accustomed to
thinking of the millions that he is
credited with possessing as not only
exhaustlcss themselves, but, on the
contrary, producing more money faster
than the Vanderbilt3 can speud it
But it is a common saying that "no
one knows what he can do until he
tries," and so it conies out that in
spite of the $2,000,000 left Wm. K
Vanderbilt by his grandfather, he is
now a pensioner of W. H. to the tune
of 3,000 per month. And Cornelius,
who received 85,000,000 from the
same source, has been "unfortunate"
in Wall Street speculations, and
pretty much all of this sum has been
lost. The forty or fifty millions still
in the hands of William H. may last
u while longer, but not if the specu
lators can prevent it. Whatever may
be the fate of the Vanderbilts in the
next ft w years their millions will un
doubtedly be more or less scattered
and divided, which will be boon to
Amongst other matters of local in
terest here there is the effort made by
a few resolute women to break up a
nuisance In the shape of a huge pile
of manure (said to contain not less
than 10,000 cart loads) which has been
allowed to accumulate at the foot of
42nd street for years. Our Board of
Health had ordered its removal, and
their orders were being carried out by
the proprietor, but in such a manner
as to couvinoe some of the residents
in the neighborhood that one end of
the heap would grow from daily aug
mentation faster than the other side
from being carted away. So the
ladies God bless 'em took the mat
ter under advisement and appealed to
the Board. Tbey first united as a
society under the title of the 'fLadies'
Health Protective Association" (why
tbey objected to its being called the
"Womens' " nobody knows) and
then, as 1 have said, appealed to tbe
Board. That august body called
Michael Kane, the proprietor of tbe
odoriferous heap before them, and he
explained that he was engaged in tbe
business of cleaning stables for differ
ent parties, and that unless bo had
some place lo pile the manure the
stables must go dirty. To back him
up in nis request ror a ptrmanent
dun'" ng ground, the representatives
of abou. 165 livery stable keepers ap
peared before the Board, and they ex
plained that there was the accumula
tions froia some 130,000 horses to be
taken care (f, and finally the Board
promised totake action in the mat
And speaking of Board of Health
matters brings up a case affecting the
youths of our, and every other city.
The Sauitary Bureau physician, Dr.
Edson, has been examining the pro
ducts of a large number of our candy
factories, and in a very large propor
tion of them ho has found that
chrome-yellow, a preparation of lead,
is used as a coloring matter. In ad
dition to this, such poisonous mater
ial as red lead, Prussian blue, and the
aniline dye called frcbsine is .em
ployed. All these so-called adulter
ated candies were seized, but no ar
rests were made as tbe manufacturers
promised to discontinue their use.
When you next visit New York do
not look for me auywhere below 14th
street. Time was when I could never
be found above that line, wh!ch then
divided the "city'' from the "coun
try." The elevated railway has
changed all that, and now, unless a
man goes into lower New York to
renew a policy, or maybe take a new
risk in Wall street, there is vo need
for his being seen "below 14th." In
deed, there are plenty of young men
and women who, though born in the
city, have never traversed -Broadway
below Union Square, except it may
be on their way to the Staten Island
boats on pleasure bent. And soon
there will be no occasion for going
to the Battery or Whitehall at all for
such a purpose, as the Island, the Bay
aud, in fact, all the harbor of New
York will bo arailableby boats start
ing from the East and North River
slips in the viciuity of 22ud, or any
other of the wide cross-town streets.
The means for getting from one part
of the city to the other increase every
year, and so do the suburban points
of resort. One advantage that the
New Yorker enjoys is that he can bo
taken "out of town" into some sylvan
retreat (Boston for example) in a very
short time, aud at frequeni intervals.
Just now people are looking to see
that on their pet lines of travel there
are no chances for "land-slides," such !
as occur re'd on the West Shore rail-;
road, near the Highlands, a few days
ago. Though the train was derailed, ;
no one was killed, and but few in
jured. Still, one does not like to have
to contemplate the possibility of be
ing upset in a railway carriage wheu
going 40 miles an hour, for even if
one is not killed it disarranges one to
an uncomfortable extent.
Neither is it pleasant to be stopped
in the street as a Mr. Culdren was tbe
other night and have some highway
men "go through" you, even, as in
his case, if they get nothing and the
victim manages to secure and have
arrested one of the ruffians. Still,
these things will occur, and the
safest plan is not to be out late
o' nights, or if you are out to have
nothing valuable with you.
One of the grandest j "consolida
tions" that has been effected lately is
that of the Edison, Brush, Siemens,
Bently, Kuight and Field Electric
Companies into one mammoth con
cern, with a capital of $1,000,000; the
shares are to be 'distributed amongst
the contracting parlies according "to
the awards made by the Electric
Commission, of which Sir William
Thompson is chairman, j
MORTUARY REPORT FOR DECEMBER. 1884
. Tbe total number of deaths reported for the
month of December was 42, distributed as follows
Tnder 1 year 10 From 30 to 40.
From 1 to 5 - 4 From 40 to 50
From 5 to 10 ljFrom 50 to 60..
From 10 to 20 2 From 60 to 70
From 20 to 30 8 Over 70
Males 25 Females..
South Sea Islands.... 1
CAV8K OF DEATH.
Disease of heart-...
1 Debility ...
1 Exhaustion ............
1 Leprous exhaustion
1 Old Age....;
i.i'uraiysis . ..
COMPARATIVE VOXTHLY MORTALITY.
Dec, 1979, deaths..
Dec, 1880, deatbs...
Dec, 1881, deaths..
Dec, 1882, deaths
Dec, 1883, deaths...
Dec, 1884, deaths.-
DEATHS BY WAEDS FOB MONTH.
Ward, I 1 I 2 I 3 I 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
Death 1154001014 0 j 2) 0 0
Outside. ..... ..... . ... 14.
2?ote. Of these, three were non-residents.
Joh H. Baowjf,
A rent Board of Health.
.xsy sStS- fail
' J '
William Sharon, electoi a United States
Senator for Nevada in 1378, was succeed
ed by James Graham Fair, March 4,
1831 a gain of onevota to tbe Democrat lo
interest. His senatorial career ira, per
haps, less remarkable than the notoriety
given bia .am In consequenoo of hie
position as defendant in as divoroe aalt
now before the Superior Court, San Fran
Cisco. The plaintiff in the case is Sarah
Althea Hill, who claims to be Mra.
Sharon, and seeks to be divorced from
her alleged husband, In consoquenoe of
bis alleged desertion and other alleged
marital unfaithfulness. Great interest ia
manifested In the case, which developed
a mass of somewhat highly flavored tes
timony. Claims were mada in behalf
of the plaintiff that she was privately
marrlei to the defendant in 1880, under
a eontract based upon section 75, of the
Civil Code of California, and S'gned by
him; that in November, 1831, the de
fendant em ployed personal violenoe to
wards the pLtintiff because sb refused
to breik up the alleged connection be
tween thorn, and deserted her in the fol
lowing November; that the alleged con
tract was not to be made public for two
years, unless with defendant's consent;
and that ex-Senator Sharon had repeat
edly In writing and other ways, recog
nized plaintiff as his wife. Oa the other
side the olahns are, that the defendant
knew nothing of the alleged existence of
a marriage contract until within sixty
days from the commencement of the
trial; thtton the 9th of November, 1881,
the defendant gave the plaintiff $7,500,
and thereby procured from her a release
from all claim whatsoever, which al
leged release was removed from Sha
ron's rooms by the plaintiff; and that
the defendant never was married to the
plaintiff, neither wai he a party to any
Agreement to marry her. Among the
sensational tnoidants of the tral was the
iroductioQ In court of a parcel contain
n? Dortion of Senator Sharon's cloth
mgr which, it is alleged, were placed un
der s coffin, in the grave of a person de
aeased, by the plaintiff, with the super
stitious 4dea that to do this would in
crease her influence over the ex-Senator.
Ex-Senator Sharon is a many times
millionaire, a man well advanced in life,
and the father of grownup children. He
resides at Belmont, near San Francisco,
in an elegant mansion, where many dis
tinguished Americans and foreigners
have been entertained. He was born in
Smith field, Ohio, was well educated,
and adopted the law as his profession.
After some years be removed to Nevada,
where he began business as a banker.
He afterward n became a trustee of the
Bank of California, San Fianoisco, and
massed his great wealth by silver min
ing in Nevada. The decision in the di
vorce jase above . referred to will bo
found on another sge of today's paper.
Gilt fra ins may be cleaned by apply
iug hot alcohel with a sponge nntil all
stains are effaced. The alcohol remain-
ino may tfcen be allowed to dry off grad
nally. Under no circumstnucea rub it
with a oloth.
Christmas Number -
W A: S F !
A Ornnd and Realistic ictnre
of the Burning;
Lake of Kilauea,
BY JULES TAVERXIER.
In Sunshine and Shadow
FULL PAGE ILLUSTRATION OF
Copies of the above wHl be received by the H. S,
Mariposa. Orders to be left with
J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.,
JOHN. S. SMITHIES,
Accountant and Bookkteper,
MR. JOHN A. PALMER,
In Campbell's Bloek.
Honolulu, Dec. 31, 1S1.
Organs, Pianos and Furniture
Repaired, Cleaned fc Polished.
Caro of B. PUJTSCOMBE, SAILOR'S HOME.
TWs powder never varies. A marvel of purity,
strength and whalesomeaeac. More econosuoal
than the ordinary kinds , and cannot be sold In com
petition with the multitude of low feast, abort
weight, alum or phosphate powders. Souoitltq
CAxL fiOTAl. BJHWe Co.. IM WaU-sW
ALES WINES & LIQUORS.
Ejr order of Messrs. Ed. Xlofiftchlueger Co,
On Monday, Jan. 5th,
At It a.m., at their store, will be sold on a credit
to the trade,
Superior Brandies, Best qnalitie-,
Best Schiedam Gin,
In Stone and Glass,
Fine Port and Sherry,
Santerne and Malaga Wines,
Superior Table Wines,
Genuine Manila CI far.
E. P. ADAMS,
oo 3 jii Auctioneer.
XTOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON
i.1 and after this date W. H. Cornweii will .act
for me, and in my name under full power of
HENRY CORN WELL.
Waikapa, December 30, 1884. 354 Ja9
Y A MIDDLE AGED AMERICAN WOMAN
to do lieht housework and sewing:.
Address Mrs. M.
356 This Office.
WELLS, FAEGO & CO'S
-1-1TKLLS, FARGO A COMPANY HEREBY
' makes this certificate and hereby certifies
and declares that it is a Corporation organized and
existing under and by virtue of tbe laws of the
8tate of Colorado, of the United States of America,
that the undersigned Lloyd Tevls is tbe President
of said Corporation, and the undersigned James
Heron is the Secretary thereof, and the said
Wells. Fargo and Company hereby designates the
City of Honolulu, in the Island of Oabu, of tbe
Hawaiian Kingdom, as the principal place on said
Islands where the business of this Corporation
shall be carried ou, and hereby designates and
appoints G. W. Macfarlane, of the firm of G. W.
Macfarlane & Co., who resides at such principal
place of business, as tbe authorized agent of this
Corporation, npon whom any and all processes
may be served with like effect as If personally
served on this Corporation, and the s&id G. W.
Macfarlane is hereby designated and appointed as
Agent to represent th enterprise, business, pur
suit and occupation of this Corporation within the
limits of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
In witness whereof the said Wells, Fargo and
Company, a Corporation aforesaid Ijhs here
unto caused the Corporate name and seal to be
affixed by Its President and Secretary and caused
its President and Secretary lo iefllx their re
spectrve signatures hereto this 15th day of De
(Signed) WELLS, FARGO 4i COMPANY,
By Lloyd Tevls,
Signed) WELLS, FARGO A COMPAJfY,
By James Heron,
Stat e of California ,
City and County of San Francisco.
On the fifteenth day of December, A.
D. one thousand eight hundred and eighty-four,
before me, Edward Chattin, a Notary Public, in
and for said Citv and County, residing therein,
personally appeared Lloyd Tevls. known te me to
be the President, and James Heron, known to me
to be the Secretary of Wells, Fargo A Company,
the Corporation that executed the annexed In
strument, and they severally acknowledged to me
that such Corporation executed the same.
IN WITNESS whereof. I have hereunto Bet
my hand and affixed my official Beat at my office
, , In the City ani County of San
( Notorlan Francisco, the day and year
Seal. J ,afit aoove written.
(Signed) Edwabd Chattin',
Referring to the above Power and Appointment
notice Is given that the undersigned take
charge of tbe business of
WELLS, FARGO & CO'S EXPRESS.
at Honolulu, from and after this date.
Merchandise, Packages, Parcels, Gold, Silver,
Bank Notes, Bonds. Valuable Papers, etc., etc.,
forwarded by rapid conveyance to all pats of the
world, and promptly delivered. Collections made
with er without goods. Orders filled. Commis
sions attended to,
G. W- MACFARLANE & CO.,
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets,
Honolulu, January 1st, 1SS5. SMtf
Offices to Rent.
THE LARGE AND AIRY UPSTAIR OF.
flees In the Spreckel Block, Just completed,
on Fort street, are now offered for rent.
For terms apply to
312 merU WM, a. IP.WISI A CO.
ED. HOFFSCIILAEGER & CO..
Offrr for Kle ex. Recent ArriTal.
Genuine Champa o nes,
IN QUARTS AND MJfTS,
Of Joseph Terrier A Co"s ( hulons.
. . Orand Via Moiistx,
Carte Blanche nn-d. d'or.
Of Ch&s. Far re, Reims,
Carte BUuirlie, rry,
.j 1.0 BrtiM Frorea.
Of Gusuxve Claudon, Co?iac,
M. Formont & Co., Cognac.
Otard Dupuis 4 Co., Cognac,
A. Gandin A Co., Coffuse,
J. F. Chevllle. Cosnac.
Best Seblcdam Uin, Iu Stone nnd Glas
Of J. T. Beucker's ychied uu.
Fine Port Wines, fsberry, Madeira, MaLiga,
Superior Table Clarets,
Of Harie Briaard A Roger, Bordeaux, snch as:
Creme de Pralines Grlllee, a 1 var-IUe,
Creme d Cacno, ( liouva a In vanlllo.
Strassbttrt; Beer, In Quarts and Pints.
Genuine Manila Cigars.
Nuevo Habunos and Cnercots.
FOR SALE BY
Ed. Hoffsehlaoger & Co.
ISTo. 91 Kinsr St.
Once more solicits the patronage and support of
those who for twenty yenrs knew and '
rttplt with him
Plain Talk Pays Always.
Peter has for many years worked for and en
deavored to please every class of the community
from the highest In the land down to the humblest
of the working classes, and he ran say that during
that time he never made an enemy or lost a cus
tomer. Now he has again put his band to the
plow, and is as well able and willing to give honest
work, good material, and fair value for money hs
ever vet was dono in tbe Hawaiian Islands. Ha
always on liax;d
Single and Double IZarueftM.
; Express Harness,
And everything' requisite for the
S"A full line of English and Sydney Saddles,'
Saddle Cloths, Blankets, etc., always in stock.
Vbat he has not got he can make.
A TT I? ATT T 11 IV I
FREETH & mm
WINE AND SPIRIT
Honolulu, H. If
Offer for sr.le at Lowest Market Rates,
George Goulet Champajne, pints and quart
Chas. Farre " "
Carlton Frere " "
Fine Old California Brandy (in bulk),
Pure Virginia White Rye Whiskey,
Budweiser Lager Bier, pints and quarts.
A Large and well Selected Stock of
WINES, . -
1 lu or, nn l.n.i.I uml for ttnlf nt TlHP t.iat Aiw !&
.-,a i i
competition. Country orders solicited. Ail gojeii
Telephone No. 16. I'
Petek Saxe A- Son (Homer Polk Ke)j
are breeders and importers of every vaJ J.tt
of thohoVGHbkkd domeetic live btocklJV
have made this oar sole businc-as for th
past 14 yeaus; liave imported 125 car loads
from the Eastern and Middle States to Cali
fornia. (Home office, Lick House, 8. F.)
We are also dealers in grade ammals, es
pecially sheep, and milch cows. We always
sell at very reasonable prices and on con
Uy the "Clans Sprcckels" arrived 3 head
of "Holatein," "Short Horn," "Jersey" and
"Ayrshire" br:eding cattle, and within two
wee S3 several crates of breeding Berkshire
pigs and hogs. We expect to remain here
two or three months or more for health
and "climate" iu, the meantime will re
ceive orders for atiy breed family or strain,
of qood EREF.Difi domestic animals. Sat
isfaction Guaranteed. Office with B. W.
Laine, Esq., 'o. 31 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Peteb Saxe and HoarEB Pout Hkxs.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
THE KMV AND ELEUANT HTEAMSHlra
'MARIPOSA' & 'ALAMEDA.'
WUt leave Honolulu and Han Francisco on tbe
FIRST and FI FTK E2TTH of each month, - .
PASSENGERS may cave -their aames bookc4
n advance by applying at the office of the Agents.
PASSENGERS by this line are hereby notified
that they will b allowed 260 pounds of bagjrajre
FREE by the Overland Railway when traveUn
EXCURSION TICKETS for round trlp $1M.
Good to return by any of the Company's strainer
within ninety days. -
MERCHANDISE intended for shipment by tale
lae win be received free of charge. In the Com
pany's new warehouse, and receipts Issued fo"
tame. Insuraace on merchandise ia the ware
uso will be at owners' risk.
WILLIAM 5. IB WIN A CO.,
PACIFIC MJHLJTEAUSIIIP (0
PACIFIC MAIL S.S.C0.
For San Fzanciaco
Australia ..On or about January 18. lto
For Auckland smd Sydney j
Zeulundia . .On or about Le. tr.
J. E. WISEMAN.
ESTABLISHED IN 1879.
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FlBK 1NBUKAKCK AOENT, RaILBOAD AOKKT,
ADVKHTI8INO AOKKT, iVD GBKKaAf.
BrSINESS AOKNT. ALOO, CCSTOM
norHR Bkokkr. Monet Brokjui
AND IIOfSE BKOKUt.
Campbell's Fireproof Building,
28 MERCHANT STREET.
P. ' Box 315.
WISEMAN i Buys and Sells Real EsUte.'.
Leases and Rents PTbperty f cil
Kinaa. - , .
Collects Rents. Pays and Discharge.
Takes insurances, and' attends
generally to Property Owners'
lateresta. - ' :,
Is tbe only recognised Passenger
Agent for tbe noted Chicago,
Burlington and Qulucy Route.
WISEMArWwJt&T':??'r U acs '
iuids Employment for all kMktnt
work on tbe Islands.
Attends to Boks and AccounUt the
. Distribution of Quarterly Bills
and collects tbe oaxne.
Loans Mouey on good Real Estate
Insures your Life and protects yon
In Losses by tire in we (
Companies in the World,
Is known to be tbe only standing
General Business Agent ea tbe
Answers all correspondence olevery
Business tature. -
Receives orders of every descrtpiton
from the Various Islands, and
- attends to Shipments Tromptly.
H office Is conducted on. Sound Busi
ness Principles, and all Patrons
find "biro Energetic and Attentive
to their business wants. '
Give Wiseman a Call.'
spirits, EtfiNtfthl Estate For Sale.
A.45:onthejrerac, tb follow lnir iiMeriftrrt
-..-It Vi eVi-a rttilllllitf intirson SllTliaUI
Fort sireet. : tionoiniu, . :
lTwit: Northwest frontliig Kort street, ttfeft,
Sncf ruunlng Nortfteast e4 leet, tnence bouib-
B4il M leet, tnence euiesv leei, u mjjiw
rUcHi el a u!ece or narcel of land
i Rifcinallv aranted u Kihllpua by Royal Patent
i 135, and there core fully described as A pan a
nd alsu and adiitlt nally a piece or parrel ef
tr&id conveyed by certain df ed from M. Keku
haoa to Kihllpui recorded in liber 4, pages IH
ud 155, aud beint bargained and sold unto Edwin .
Aones aforesaidfjy Mary Susan Jones and John B
Jones, of Luhaliv, Maul, by tbe deed of conveyance
dated the 6tb ' V.J88't nd re
ri ; pertyeoldky
month, payable mon r
m w nj
to January io:n, isw.'hj Ul b Jr
good order and a very deslraU..
The terms ef sale are cash and the tieed
Attorney In fact of the heirs
s of the Ute Gee 4 U f
- OB'Fqt farther particulars apply to
38 lan20 w, C. P
. -i T . m.nnuv
pj 1 from tbe heirs of the late George rrfccht, of
kwwH.'Mawaii, I shall offer for saie at pubslc au.T
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