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DAIIA' PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVEUTISEK, APRIL 2'J. lSbl.
evots of to-day.
HILO NEWS LETTER.
I AID TO REST.
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOTS AT KULA
On THI'ILSDA V, May !;. ,,!,, at 2
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of
Aliiulani Hale, will be -old at PuUie Auc
tion, Twenty-four CM) Building Lot-,
situated on the bl. k hounded hy Bere
tania, Young and Keeaiimoku .-treet-,
Upset pri e- f loo eacli.
In each rase one lot will be ort"t red with
the privilege of six at the same price.
The terms and conditions of sale will be
rash or. at the option of the purchaser,
one-fourth ca-h and the remainder in
e-jual instalments payable in one, two and
three years, with intere-t payable semi
annually at the rate of Seven per rent, pi r
The purchaser mu-t within one year
from the date of purchase emlo-e the land
bought by him with a good and .-uhstantial
fence and lay on water from the Cvern
Royal Patent-, will he issued for the land
upon final payment of the purchase pi ire.
A map of the lots ran be seen at the
Survey Ollice and on the Bulletin Board
at the front dunr of the Oovemment
IuiMing, and full particulars can be
learned at the Land Ollice.
BOBBIN A. THURSTON,
Minister of Interior.
Interior Ollice, April .", ls-:.
Sale if lipaKf,
On Till' US DAY, May :!0, lMt, at VI
o'clock noon, at the front entrance of
Aliiolant Hale, will be sold at Public Auc
tion. Lots ."!, .rx, bl and i Esplanade.
TERMS Lease for five years.
UPSET PRICE fjoo each lot per an
num, payable semi-anniialjy in advance.
L. A. Tlll'KSTON',
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Ollice, April 2, 1'J. lu Mit
Will be received at the Ollice of the Minis
ter of Foreign A Hairs until 12 o'clock noon
on MONDAY, May !, l,s:, for the supply
of POI for one year, to be furnished to the
King'.s (iuard, and delivered at the Par
racks, Honolulu, daily, in quantities as
AH tenders must he endorsed "Tenders
for Poi for King's (iuard."
The Minister of Foreign A Hairs does not
bind hituself to accept the lowe-t or any
bid. JONA. AUSTIN,
Minister of Foreign A flairs.
Foreign Ollice, April LN, 101 -4 1
Will be received at the Interior Office until
12 o'clock noon, on MONDAY, April 2!.
1H.S!), for the construction of the Fast
Branch of Punchbowl JlilUKoiid.
Plans and .spec ifications may be seen at
the Otlice of the Superintendent of Public
All tenders must be endorsed " Tenders
for Fast P.ranch Punchbowl Hill Road."
The Minister of the Interior does no
bind himself to accept the lowest or anv
LOUUIN A. TIU'BSTON.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Otlice, April 20, 1SS0.
Will be received at the Otlice of the Min
ister of Foreign Affairs until 12 o'clock
noon, on WEDNESDAY, May 1. lss:, for
supplies of Clothing to be furnished for
the Hawaiian Volunteers, in accordance
with samples to be seen at said Ollice.
All tenders must be endorsed " Tenders
for Clothing for Volunteers."
The Minister of Foreign A Hairs does
lot bind himself to accept the lowest or
any bid. JONA. AUSTIN,
Minister of Foreign A Hairs.
Foreign Ollice, April 2t. lss;. 100-It
Health liepnlM ion.
Office of the Hoard of Hkm.th, )
HoNoi.tLf, April 2i, ls-vs.
The attention of the public is called to
the following regulation of the Hoard of
" No interment will be allowed in or
about Honolulu without the written per
mission of the Agent of the Hoard of
Health, who will issue these permits on
application at his otlice. A statement of
age, sex, and cause of death will be re
quired. Persons violating the above regulation
are liable to a line of One Hundred Dol
lars, as provided by Section 2ST of the
Civil Code. W. C ASHLEY,
Secretary Hoard of Health.
Mr. (ilaiiatoiic on the I'se of Spirits.
A Loijilon correspondent of the !
Springfiold Republican, in the course
of a letter describing Mr. Cihulstone's
habits and characteristics, writes as
"I may mention an incident which
will bo interesting to temperance re
formers. Mr. Gladstone, told me
that when his sous and he lirst be
gan tree-felling they were under the
common delusion that no real hard
work could bo performed without
the use of alcoholic drinks. "We !
soon discovered, however," said he,
''that this was a great mistake, ami
for a long time past no matter how
severe the labor may bo we ttike
nothing stronger than tea or coffee."
This testimony is all the more vain
able, bocauso although very temper
ate, he is, uot a total abstainer."
quarterly meeting at store, l'Ja
In rKrU"R H t i k Tender
brant h Punchbowl Hill
Kam in mi ih ; l a fit Prince
7:'.'t) j. in.
I. . . I'. -Harmony Lod-e
ruad, cloe i
Own, drill, i
V. M. C. A. Bookkeeping class, 7 . rn.
M a-n i I.od'e le Pr re- de P Oceanic,
7 :'') p. in.
Kyu. HvwttN I5ani Concert, Emma
Npjarc, 7..0 p.m.
Do ni fin
i . ajiiiu
is just an t fear not:
I ft all th- ends tt.oa aim 'at at Le
Thy Country's, thy (io l'a, and Truth's.
APRIL 21), ISS'J
l'onf jx.iK-d fr.-iixe S-rviee at GViitral
Yesterday evening the praise service
postponed from Easier Day, for unfore
seen causes, was held at Central Union
Church. Platform and choir gallery
were tastefully decorated with fresh
lookinjj; bouquet. The church was
nearly a full as it could hold seated. A
very fine musical service was given by
the choir under the direction of Mr.
Myron Jones, organist, whose own duty
on that instrument was masterfully
performed throughout. The singing of
the tenor and soprano duet Lachner's
"My faith looks up to Thee," hy Prof.
A. i. Hissel and Miss Dressier ("teacher
in the Kamehameha Schools), was sur
passingly sweet. Its due encomium
would be that it was technically and
spiritually grand. The accompaniment
was in keeping with the splendid vocal
ization. Jn the Te Deurn in (J (Mosen
thal), particularly, and generally in the
anthems and leading of the congrega
tional praise, the choir as a whole more
than maintained its excellent reputation.
Dr. Heckwith delivered a brief ad- '
dress upon the words, "We know in
whom we have believed." He referred
to Edward Everett Hale's remarkable
story, "The man without a country,"
whose hero was described so realisti
cally that many people believed in his
actual personality. Upon test, however,
the storv proved to be a fiction. If the
story of Jesus Christ's birth, work, death
and res u i rection were also a fiction, then
there are a thousand ways of proving it
to be such. .No such story as that had
over been attempted to be palmed oil'
upon the world, which proved it to be a
prima facie fact. It had been subjected
for more than eighteen centuries to tho
attempts of the most learned and the
most illustrious men to prove it untrue.
Still ten thousand times ten thousand
intelligent men have believed it to be
true fromthe cradle to the sepulchre.
The more men subject it to these critical
tests the more does it stand out as true
to the world. Although this story and
the religion based thereon had stood
every test for over 1SO0 years, there are
men in this city who would laugh you
to scorn if you told them you believed in
Jesus of Nazareth. Why" do these men
not come and disprove these facts? They
were so interwoven with the history of
the period in which they were placed
that if not true their historical incredi
bility could be easily exposed. Hut
they" were true and we could say, "Now
is Christ risen and become the firatfruits
of them that have slept."
THE HILO CONVENTION.
Alphabetical List of tbe Teaeher in
Attendance All 1'roceedincs Satis
factory. A special correspondent at llilo gives
a few particulars and the following list
of members of the Teachers' Convention
at llilo. Although the most distant
station on the group, it is reported earlier
than any except Honolulu. Convention
and examinations were held in the class
room of llilo Hoarding School. Every
thing was progressing very well on
Thursday when this memorandum was
written. Mr. P. S. Lord, principal of
Kohala school, was chief examiner and
president of the normal classes. The
Convention was photographed in a group
on Thursday. The following list, ar
ranged in alphabetical order, gives the
po-toihce address of each teacher present :
C Miss Harriet L. Coan, Hilo; Mrs.
A. Corscadden, llilo; Anthon Correa,
i Josephine Ieyo, llilo.
E E. W. Estep, llonokaa.
H Frederick W. Ilardv, Makawao,
Maui; Hattie Hitchcock, llilo; Mary K.
Hitch, rock, llilo; l. L. Huntsman, "Ha
ka'au; Tamar Hussey, Kohala; Simon
K Miss Helen Kamai, llilo; P. II.
Kanoeau, Onomea, Hilo.
I W.J. Lighttoot, Ookala; Mrs. P.
S. Lord, Kohala ; Miss S. Lewis, Paa
uilo, Himakua; J. Lightfoot, Ookala;
Miss E. W. Lyons, Waimea; Norman
.1. K. Nakookoo, Ilaena.
) Mrs. K. W. Overend, llonokaa.
P (Jrace Porter, Hilo.
U Elvira M. Richardson, llilo; E.C.
Kiehter, Maulili; Louisa K. liose, Hilo.
S Helen Severance, llilo ; Armstrong
T Mr. A. J. Thatcher. Kohala; A..T.
Thatcher, Kohala; C. E.Turner, Kohala-
Y W. E. Vredenberg, Waimea-.
W O. L. Wartel, Hilo; Alice West,
i i-. . eaies. ivuivuinaeie.
Hawaiian Hotel Arrial.
April "Jo-'JS ti. E. Fairchild, Kealia,
Kauai; C. A. Chapin, Kohala; II. H.
Carstin, Kilauea, Kauai; S. I. Swift,
M. P., Kalawao, Molokai ; A. W. Saxe,
M. P., Molokai. (Returned from Vol
cano) Miss Eohman, Miss F. S. I ..oil
man, Miss Folger, J. A. Folger, jr., Oak
land, Cal.; Ceo. Seidell, Mrs. Selden,
Miss Selden, Erie, Pa.
ri-or vti.n - Pacific Hardware
Shii'iinc iirateTul fr Kefoi in ilie
Teachers Invasion (Iraml Luan.
Arrivel, April :!lst, American r'vz
Lurline, Captain Wm. Mat.-on, fourteen
davs from San Franc i.-co. Pa-s.-enjers :
I Misses Scott '2), Canada; Mrs. I'aiiey,
i Oakland, Cal.
i . .1 , . 1 Ii'.l !-. 4.
Sabed, April loui, .wuencau iein
Fred. E. Sanders, Captain Chas. Poos,
for San Francisco. Passenger : John
C. Austin. Cargo; 3'' tons sujrar,
Waiakca, and -ToO tons from VYainaku.
The Reform Legislature made appro
priation for the Volcano road. It is in
process of construction. Extension to
wharf is soon to be done. Water will be
brought into town soon, for which pipes
are to be laid. Each and every appro
priation will be used for what it was in
tended. Who will say that the Reform
Toislaturo have not done Well better
than any former Legislature? Yet some j
will speak iil of these gentlemen who;
had the interest of the Islands at heart
all the time they were m session.
It is unfortunate that Spreckels
so much property on the water trout, oi j
Hilo. Another shanty is about being j
erected, facing the water, to obstruct the !
view ot the ocean. S;on we will not be I
able to see the water at all, unless we to !
dow n to the wharf, as there may be I
more shanties erected. llilo will not j
have a nice appearance from the wafer, j
Wish the government would purchase i
the property and save ILlo from t lie j
Philistines. Next thing in order mi i
he a bone meal mill perhaps. j
On the 21 st inst. Hilo h.-td a bug.' :;d- j
dition to her population, on the arrival j
of the Kinau, being the sehoul tenehers j
of the island of Ha vaii. Ail were dis
tributed among the private families, Mr.
J.T.White and wife not having in
augurated their new Hotel yet. Some
people thought a lot of English tourists
had arrived, as some of the strangers wore
caps used by tourists. The teachers as
sembled at llilo Hoarding School. The
exercises were undercharge of Mr. I'. S.
Lord, assisted by Mr. Thatcher and Miss
Peyo. All tlie exercises have been
pleasant and satisfactory to all concerned.
The teachers will visit the volcano be
fore they return to their hoires. There
were 5;j"at the meeting each day.
On the evening of the in?t. re
sidents gave a ball at Court House Hall
in honor of the guests of the tow n the
pedagogues of Hawaii. It did not seem
like a ball at all, but more like a family
gathering. The music: furnished was
in perfect time, from piano, cornet and
accordeon. Those assembled wish in
this public manner to thank Mr. Yre
denberg, one of the teachers, for his
piano playing on the occasion. Several
went to him privately and thanked him.
There were about fifty persons present,
unpleasant weather preventing a larger
attendance. The floor was in splendid
condition; weather slightlv cool, just
right for dancing. Some of the slightly
aged ladies of llilo seemed to forget
their age and joined in the dances with
n will that was delightful to see. O.u
Saturday evening, L'7th inst., the
teachers are invited to the Literary at
the house of Mr. L. Severance. So we
say to the teachers, come again and we
will give you as warm a welcome as we
have endeavored to do on this your visit
to our town.
A grand luau was held at the lately
erected sanitarium of Messrs. Lyman,
Shipman k Co., opposite Cocoanut
Island, on the P.th inst. I am told it
was the biggest luau that has been given
in many years, from two to three hun
dred persons being present. Almost
everyone in the town was invited. The
supply of food was immer.se, most of it
cooked in native style. The day was
very fine, so that each one had a de
lightful time. It does, beat all how far
people will go for the sake of a change
and a good square meal cooked in native
style. Nothing.like it, as we all know.
The house was put up for genuine com
fort upon spacious grounds. The lanai,
where the feast was held, is beautiful in
ever' respect, gotten up with great taste.
Soon there will be a large space cleared
for croquet and lawn tennis. No doubt
others will build houses in that vicinity
and a second Newport will appear in due
time. J. A. M.
llilo, April 20.
THE KAUAI CONVENTION.
Good Attendance of Teachers A Profit
able Time Sient.
Prof. M. M. Scott returned on Satur
day from holding the Teachers' Conven
tion at Lihue, the Kauai station. There
was an attendance of twenty-two or
twenty-three, in fact, all the teachers on
the island except two or three unavoid
ably absent. Three hours were devoted
to normal teaching each day, the bal
ance of the session being occupied with
examinations for certificates. In the
normal classes the convention dealt par
ticular!' with the technical work in
teaching English to llawaiians. A three
or four years' course in the common
school branches was covered. The more
experienced teachers gave accounts of
their particular methods and the results.
Messrs. Gibson, P.ecket and Lucas gave
special talks for which they h:id pre
pared at Prof Scott's request in advance.
The united sentiment of the teachers
was that they had sjent a very profit
able time indeed at the convention.
i L. SMITH HAS KEMVi:i INS
place of bu-dness on l-'ort sircrt. t t he
store in the Mclntyre I'.lock. ju-f I -clow
Wenner A L'o's. Fort street, where In- will
be pleased to serve his customers until hi
new store is lini-hed. . pci
M xr factukki; cr
Wool, Calico and Linen Sliirti,
tuecn St., next door to E. Thomas'.
Importer and lcalcr in
(if lits', I.alies and Children's
l'oots, SIkks iii'd Mippeis
Xo. 0 Fort St., Honolulu.
PVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN i
Daily Pacific Commercial Advertiser j
Funeral of tin1 I. ate Mr. Mary Iom
ini on Saturday.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Pominis
took .lace at ha'i-pa-t 3 o'clock on Sat
urday afternoon. Rev. E. G. Heckwith,
P. !., pastor of Central Union Church,!
conducted the services. The choir of
that church, led by Prof. A. P. EisseL
rendered the musical iorticn, conclud
ing with the hymn, "Rock of Ages."
There w as a large attendance ot ladies,
and the following representative per
sonages were noted present: 11. R. II.
Prim- ss Eiliuokalani, daughter-in-law,
and Hon. John O. Pominis, son of the
lamented lady ; II. R. II. Princess Ka
iulani, accompanied by her father, Hon.
A. S. Cleghorn ; Princes Kawananakoa
and Keliiariaolo, Princess Ninito of Ta
hiti ; Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice
and Chancellor; His Excellency Jona.
Austin. Minister of Foreign Alfairs; His
Excel'encv Cu". W. Merrill, United
States. Minister Resident; Major James
liritish ( ommissior.er
i and ConsuI- Jem
ral : Mr. A. do Souza
Canavarro, Portuguese Commissioner;
Mr. (. Ci. Po.-serotit d'Angla le, French
Commissioner; Mr. A. J. Cartwright,
Peruvian Consul; Mr. If. F. Glade,
ticrman Consul ; Mr. II. W. Schmidt,
Consul for Sweden ami Norwav; Mr. J.
F. ILickt'eld, Russian Consul; Messrs. I
C. Alee and oo Kim, Chinese Commer
cial Agonrs; Mr. T. Rain Walker, lirit
ish Vice Consul; Hons. 11. A. Wide
mann, W. C. Parke, W. J. Smith, W. F.
Allen. C. P. Iaukea, W. P. Alexander,
Paul Neumann, Sam Parker. S. M. Da
mot,. Alfred N Tripp and W. G. Irwin,
Membeis of the Privy Council; Hons.
Jam. -s Campbell and M. P. Robinson,
of the House of Nobles; Major J. D.
Holt, jr., of His Majesty's siatf; Mr. J.
W. Robertson, II. M.'s Vice Chamber
lain ; Pr. McGrew, ('apt. J. H. Drown,
Pr. Rowat, Messrs. G. West, A. McKib
bin, J. A. Hopper, A. S. Ilartwell, S. C.
Allen, A. Herbert, J. O. Carter, F. W.
Damon, C. O. Eerger, F. Spencer, J. M.
Monsarrat, R. A. Maciie, jr., and Alo.
The members of the First Division of
the Ei.'iuokalani Educational Society
were seated in a body on the front ver
anda. The native men servants of the
late Mrs. Dominis, with silk hats and
mourning badges, were on the side ver
anda and officiated at the funeral as
subordinate pall bearers.
Dr. Heckwith, in a sympathetic ad
dress, referred to Mrs. Dominis' resi
dence of over half a century, to the
associations she carried with her from
Eoston, her birthplace, and to his own
remembrance, dating back nigh forty
j-ears, of her characteristic hospitality
and kindness toward strangers especi
ally. The parlors were redolent of perfume
from scores of beautiful floral offerings,
emblematic of the virtues and hopes of
the Christian faith. When the benedic
tion was pronounced, the body was
carried out in its
mounted koa coihn. covered wit n wreatn.-;
given in friendly tribute. The silver
colli n plate was inscribed simply : "Mary
Dominis. IVrn August :, lS(Ki. Died
April L'-", ISS'J." A small tablet on the
end of the cdlin was engraved with the
Interment took place at Xuuanu Cem
etery. The chief mourners were Hon.
John O. I 'oininis and Princess Liliuoka
lani, and Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Aldrich.
The pali-bearers were Hons. 11. A.
Wi-lemann, W. F. Allen, C. P. Iaukea,
S. Parker and M. P. Robinson, and
Messrs. S. C. Allen, J. O. Carter and A.
The Royal Hawaiian Rand was sta
tioned in the cemetery, playing solemn
music as the cortege approached the
gates, and uruil the collin was lowertd
into the ground. Dr. Eeckwith held a
brief service at 4 he grave.
MUS. LIZZIi: JORDAN WOCLD JUv
spectiiilly inform her friends and the
public generally that she has opened a
place of liibiiit'ss mi Fort street , next door
to (ionsal ves' Photo. (Jallery, where ;die is
prepared to do sewing, embroidery, etc. of
all de.M riptions. N.ttive hats of all kinds
made to order. Hawaiian curios always
on hand. An inspection invited. W-o'm
Received per S. S. Umatilla
A Full Line of Spalding's
MPS. TIIOS. LACK, Fort St.
him Opera House !
PIANO -:- JIEC1TAL
TO Ki; CIVEX 1J V
FELTX OLLLTvT, Pianist,
On Thursday Evening. May 2
KINl'I.Y ASSIST!",!' i;y
MISS M. LISIIMAN.
i'ltoF. Y A UN I LEV.
I'EoE. P.ElUJEi:. and
MK. POUT. Mlllli:.
I'lKKillAMM K :
I'iauo Solo? Overture of Erei:ehutz
M. de Weher
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Kcv. il .'ai Lion ' (- -
( A .vukei:m: ul the Li' :i
Pi-mo So...- -Tar-int-!!e
"oi! ert Yal- 1'riiiiant . . .
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s.)!ig N iu'h ti !:';lle .
Mls No L I E.
Violin solo - Ave Maria Yarndi
ri;i:u . S' .io--- L. 'reU-;
ii iT'LTi- de 1 1 u--.tr
I 'u.-l - I would that i
Miss 1 lIi.M A :
Piar... So' Li-i.n
II . v. Seeling
iv Love Men it'l-oii n
and M 11. Mop E.
t' the M" kitlL'
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WANT ALL THE NEWS
Paj'.y P. C. Anv; nntK.
HE OFFICE OF THE
-:- HAWAIIAN -:- GAZETTE
With all its Presses, Types and Fur
niture has been removed to
the Daily Advertiser
A few doors East from Fort St.
js? The Telephone number will re
main as formerly, 88 in both companies.
The Counting-room will be on the first
floor, and all orders for Printing or Bind-
j ing oi any kind, or lor aaverusemem.-
and subscriptions, will receive prompt
All orders from the other islands re
lating to printing, advertisements or
subscriptions, should be addressed to
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
II. M. Whitney,
2" Don't forget the number, !2a'
No. 40 Merchant Street.
Can be fontirl next door to the P. C. A.
Ollice, Merchant Street.
Hacks Xos. 18, 37, CO, 75, 180
AND WAGOXICTTE 1 J O.
idT Itell Telephone 204, Mutual 590.
ON SATURDAY, MAY 4tli
At 10 o'clock a. m., at the Stables of
HON. W. 11. RICK,
I will sell at Puhlic Auction,
12 Brood Mares, and
Comprising the entire Stable of Hon. Ceo.
These colts are all the get of the
celebrated Stallions Sprayion, Laurel, Em
erald, and Patrol. Alsooue
Brake, Single Harness,
Saddle, Bridle, Etc., Etc,
&- TERMS CASH.
C. H. Willis,
Assortment Just Received, and
For Sale bv
Lewers & Cooke
P. Ninetv Molls White Seam
less .No. 1 Mattinj.' at $12 per lioll.
Iron and Locomotive Works,
Corner of Eeal and Howard Streets,
San Francisco California
Vv". 11. TAYLOR I'resi.leut
ii. S. MOOUt Superintendent
iiiil'lers (if Steam Jlaeiiinerv
In all it3 branches.
cit.!ii!.c.it. Stt-amship. Land F.nul rs k Boilern,
llifa'h Pressure or Coiu jionnd.
.STEAM VEsi:LS of a'l kinds l.uilt complete,
with hulls ot wood, iron or core potdte.
OHPIVAUV LNCilNE.S compounded wLm a.l
vnaMe. STEAM LArNCHKS, Harges and Steam Tups con
structed with reference totlie tradin which
the,y are to l.e ero loyeil. Speed, tonuaye and
draft of water guaranteed.
SlOAIi MILLS and Sugar Makinp Machinery j
iuale ufter the most api rovfd i l.ms. Also all '
WATElt I'IPE, of lioiler 01 Mi - t Iron, of any
sizr, made i n suitai le It-nytl,B f or con nectinji
toiietli. r. or sheets rolled, punched and packed !
for hhipineut, ready lo be riveted on the
HVWl UL1C KIVETING, Iloiler V.ork and Watr
I'ij et-Ti-.a.'.e by this est li.hshmc nt, rivrted l,v
hyJrJoiIic ri vr-tmi; machi nery, that quality of
work l.einK far superu r to hand wot k.
SHIP WtiKK, Ship and si.-.nn Cap-ftanw, Steai-i
'.Vli:ci-s. Air and Circa) omi? 1'i:u,iim tut. )..
after the most approved jiians.
SOLE Afentsaad in lnufartiirers for t lie Pacific
Coast of the Heine Safety Poller.
ri'MPS Kirr ct Actins Pumps for irrigation or
city works' purpose, hniit with the cehd.raied
Davy Valve Motion, superior to any other
.JOHN HVKK Honolulu
41 - 3H1 Eoani No. 3, upstairs, SpreckeU' block.
No. 46 Merchant St
Horses & Colts
B. F. EHLEKS & COs
Grand Opening of
European & mei-iQai
lxxicI ITaixcy Groods
0" N. B. Ou. and
our llressmaking Rooms.
Gin oer Ale,
OF ALL KINDS, MANUFACTURED BY
HOLLISTER & Co.
The Water used in preparing
"J1YATT PUKE WATER SYSTEM,"
In operation in the llawaiian
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
Comer of Fort and Merchant Streets, Honolulu,
OEISTEjR al agents, expert
REAL ESTATE, FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGENTS, CUSTOM
HOUSE, LOAN AND EXCHANGE BROKERS.
Departments of Business :
I!toKP ani AocorNTs accurately kept and properly adjusted.
roU.F.cTiox.s will receive special attention and returns promptlv made.
( oNVKYAXciNt; a Spkcim-ty. Pecords searched and correct Abstracts of Titles furnished
Lk.;al Doc tmknt.s am P.m-ers of every description carefully drawn and handsomely
V.0111 ASn TKANfI'ATIHJ in a11 Innprnae-s in general use in this Kingdom.
J.fal hsTATE bought and sold. Taxes t.aid ana Property sufelv injured
A'tu,:0n,S' VJ r,;t's, ln,,,. L"u ,easo1 an,i rentedand rents collected.
1 ire AMU.in. Inm kam-k elleeted in lirst-chiss Insurance Companies.
Ci-stom : House Li-siness transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans kootiatkh at Fa vokajh.e Pates.
A i'V ektisem ents a m Hseui pTit n s solicited for Publishers
K1ELEI AM) r.NSKlLl.EK LAHOR Pl RMSHEl'.
Any Article Purchased or sold tn connnission
Intek-Islanu Orders will receive particular attention
AI-L BUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO OUR CARE WILL RECEIVE PROMPT
AND FAITHFUL ATTENTION AT MODERATE CHARGES.
Ilaving had an
rkSCitv inS 2 . hint's experience for oyer twenty-five vears in
J ,J .. , I1"0' Wl fwI c.!ltnt to attend to all business of an
and complicated nature, or reojum.,-: t;ut and discretion, and rpsrwfnllv
solicit a trial
jr- Roll Telopl i one
IIKNRY DAVIS & CO.,
Grocers, Provision and yee Dealers
No. 52 1oI;T STREET,
t : ;i . i:
CHOICE KKKSll UUTTKIt,
T.-.l ,1 T s- , . .
OUU MOTIl !
Excellence of Quality
Family and Island Orders Filled
witli Scrnplous Care
. T TEL El H ONE
loth, MISS CLAKK will have charge of
Wc irdware Co.,L'(l,v
Si'ccial Solid Steel
! HOES !
Xew Stvltvs ot Plows,
Invoices .luxt at Hand.
H U LINKS OK
Ex .lnt. D. Prewer, Pinatilla, W.
Jl. Piniond. Alex. McNeill
and U. N. Wilcox.
protni't and careful attention.
their Gootfa rowing priTiTieX
Islands in their Establishment only.
HAWAIIAN BFSINESS AGENCY.
O. BOX 505.