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E&f gihj rtMin.
saitkday, may no, isss.
Hlmr Ukullko from Kiilmliil
Ktmr Kinau from Windward I'm In
Slmr Kllmica UoiifnmiWlmlvviiidl'uiU
Stinr lwnhtitl from lluiuakun
Stmr ilas Mukec from lCttpnn
Selir Nettle Merrill from Lnbatun
Sclir Kamol fioiiiI.mipnhocUoe
Bk Ceylon for Departure ll;iy
Sohr l.uka for Kohulnlclo
Stinr (J It Bishop for Kauai, via Wnlanao
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY
S S Alameda for San Francisco
Stmr l.tkcllKn for Knlinliil
Slmr Jus Mnhcc for Kapaa
Sclir Nctllo Moirlll for I.aliuiiin
Sclir Manuoktiwai for Koolau
Sclir Kaukeautdl for Kohaln
Sclir Kawallaiil for Koolau
Sclir Kamol for I.anp.ihoohoi.'
Seer Mana for llllo
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Alameda, Mora
Tern Betilah, Wilson
Bk Ceylon, Barstow
Bk Aulomnc, Lnlnc
Bktnc Mary Wlnklcninn
Ilk (J O Whltmore, CallioiDi
From Kapaa, per steamer ,Tas Mnkcc,
May 30 Mrs Howie and child.
From Kahulul and by porls, per ktmr
Ukellkc, Mav 30 U E Lake, J iaea, F
Whlttrock. Miss II Knpule, J T Ward,
Miss K A Ward, S J Levey, J Cowan,
-Father Oulstan, Sister Bonnventurn, J'
,vm Dcrmot, II Wilcox, J Smith and 113
From Windward Forts, per steamer
- Kinnu, May 30 W 0 Paikc, Mr Holmes,
Bishop Willis, G E Wbittakcr, Mis J
Wight, irSTrcgloan, Mrs Uolvlllo, Miss
K,Wight, Miss O P Edmondson, Miss
', Mill vo'n Holt, JMiss Spurgcon, Mrs M
Hall, Mrs Alonn and child, Miss Kaal
huc, MissHattlo Nccdham, W Dower,
Mrs'Jl lllud,and daughter, L Hce, J K
MacDonald, S K Kane and wife, Mi-s J
SSelrasen and 3 children and 132 deck.
The schooner Anna, Capt McCullocb,
arrived at Kahulul on the 21st inst, 18
days from San Francisco, with a caigo
of gciici.il merchandise.
The schooner Bosaiio, Captain Swift,
f sailed froihlCahulul May 22nd, for San
Francisco, with 3,520 bags of sugar,
from the nnwnliau Comineicial Com
panr. 'weighing 400,001 lbs. Jmid valued
it .S22,-IS7.."iO. She also took some hides.
The Discovery made tho Island of
Maul on. Wednesday, and passed the
"Eureka Thuisday 111 tho channel.
Sclir Luka brought 1420 bags of. sugar
"'-arid 03 bides.
The Discovery beat tho Oonsuelo by 4
v'tlovB on the last up.trlp.
' The Oonsuelo went'on the dry dock
in San Francisco just previous to her-
sailing and was caulked and coppered.
The Consuelo arrived off Diamond
Head Thursday night at 7.30 o'clock. She
brought a deck load of 200 hogs for E C
Winston. She exchanged signals with"
the bark E S Thayer on the thhd day1
out. The Thayer was from the south
ward and standing to the north probably
bound for the Sound.
The Discovery, Capt Pcrrlman, ar
rived Thursday evening, 12 days from
San Francisco. She left San Francisco
May 1G, one' hour after 'the Consuolo'and
the Hazard. At 10 o'clock on the first
night out passed the Hazard, and on tho
following day at 11 a si passed the Con
suelo. The Discovery and Consuelo
weic in sight of each other for tho first
5 days'and on the night of the fifth day
tho Consuelo was seen from tho mast
ic ;r"liead 'of tho Discovery for tho last time.
Although the captains made no bets,
each did his best to beat the other and
both vessels had cveiy stitch of canvas
spread. The Discovery beat the Con
snelobyseveral hours. Capt Cousins
of the Consuelo acknowledges that he
was beaten but not fairly. Ho says tho
Consuelo is drawing about ,11 feet 8
Inches while the Discovery is very light.
Ho also sajs this is the heaviest down
trip load tho Consuelo has had for two
- years. Capt Cousins claims that if both
' " vessels are equally trimmed the Con
suelo will walkaway with tho Discovery,
and to back his assertion he will bet
from one to a hundred thousand.
The stmr .Tas Makee left here last
, , Wednesday evening for Kapaa, and
icturnedithis x M with 2.570 bags of
The bgtno Courtney Ford, F -G Miller,
arrived at Kahuhu May 28th,' 11 days
fromSan .Francisco In ballast. Passen
ger: M Cochrane.
- Stmr Likcliko brought 791 bags of
Stmr Kinau brought 3,438 bags of
. - sugar,'254 dry hides, 42 head cattle, 1
horse, 110 pkgs sundries.
Sclir Kamol brought 3,207 bags of
sugar from Laupahoehoe.
A dolphin, 4 feet long, and weighing'
30 lbs, was caught fioni tho Diseovcry
Thursday. Tho captain says lit was v cry
game and the Col being a great fisher
man, although ho could never hook a fish,
was in the height of his glory, when he
hauled tho dolphin over the railing.
. The schooner Anna sailed from Kahu
lul May 27th for San Francisco, with
0,030 bags of hiigar, valued at822,801.15.
, Stmr lwalnnl brought 2,317 bags of
sugar, and the btnir KUauca Hou 3,C01
bags of 'sugar and 18 head of cattle.
BUSINESS ITEMS. "
Why is n retired woman like tho
' raisins in a boarding-houso plum
,ji pudding? iBecauso she is seldom
seen and never hoard.
Picruur. cord, and gold and silver
wire, piotuio knobs, hooks, etc.,
also patent hooks for curtain hang
ing at King Bros.' Ait Store, 35. 3t
Ir you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanujstrcct. 980. tf.
Tin: Union Feed have on baud in
addition to their largo and well
fcelected stock of Hay and Grain,
fine Rico Straw for bedding, put up
in convenient size bale, and which
they offer at reasonable prices.
' l1024 liu.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A cortm if advertised for.
To'MOKiiow is Trinity Sunday.
anov selections on fourth page.
All lings arc flying at lialf-niaU
for Ocuorulioii T)ay.
Thu Bullutix is issued cailler
than usual, 911 account of the half
Thi: Post ofllcR time tnble for June
is out, and for snlc at J. M. Oat Jr.,
Do not forget tho usual Sunday
meeting of the Y. M. C. A. at G:30
p. m., at the Hall.
No band conceit at Emma Squaro
this afternoon, the band having to
play at tho memorial services.
meeting at the
vestry of tho Bethel
this evening at 7 :S0
Os Monday at 10 o'clock, at
Kavvaiahao Church, the General
Sabbath School Association will hold
Dn. S. E. Craddock left for Wni
anae this morning to assume his new
duties as Government physician at
Mr. Thos. G. Thrum's Merchant
street news agency and stationery
business has been moved to his Fort
At the Yoscmitc skating rink, this
evening there will be a prize skating
match for Hawalians only;' for a pair
of Henley Club skates.
Sek that your correspondence is
mailed before 10 o'clock -Monday
morning, and do not drop it in the
Post-office without being properly
The S. S. Kinau arrived from
windward a few minutes after 8
o'clock'this morning. Purser Beck
ley reports fine weather the whole
of the trip. '-
A dividend of 81 per share is pay
able on Monday, June 1st, to i the
stockholders of the Hawaiian Agri-'
cultural Co. at the office of Brewer
That long delayed document which
the Gazette referred to recently lias
been received and read at the last
meeting of Oahu Lodge. It was very
satisfactory to the Lodge.
Wiilke was the hack inspector this
morning? Certainly riot at the wharf
when the Kinau arrived, or else lie
would have had to remonstrate with
some of the hack drivers.
Four of the sailors on board the
Ceylon refused 'to work yesterday.
They were "takdn to the Police Sta
tion, and this morning decided to re
turn without further trouble.
Tun rite of confirmation will be
administered by Bishop Willis at St.
Andrew's Cathedral to-morrow after
noon at 3 o'clock. Quite a number
of candidates will be presented.
Tun election of Engineers"of the
Honolulu Fire Department for 1885-0
takes place at No. 2's room Monday
evening. Polls open from 7 to 9
o'clock. There are three tickets in
The memorial exercises at Music
Hall 'this evening by the Geo. W.
Do Long Post, G. A. R., will,com
mence at 7 :30 o'clock. The public
are hereby cordially invited to at
tend. All seats free.
A fuatuiik of the concert on Mon
day evening will be the first appear
ance in this city of Mrs. J. E. Wise
man, who will sing on that occasion
a song by Pinsuti entitled Laddie.
Wo hear good accounts of this
Peck'. Sun has the following:
"The New Yoik papers report that
six Hawaiian beauties are on their
way to Salt Lake City to reinforce
the Mormon ciders. This sort of a,
tiling plight to be stopped. It makes
children ask questions."
Last Thursday evening a grand
ball was given at tho club house,
Kohnla, in honor of Queen Victoria's
biithday. Tho room was beautifully
decorated with flags, flowers and
evergreens, nt one end being the
word "Welcome." It was a most en
joyable affair. Several Ilonolulunns
were present. ''
This afternoon at half-past four
o'clock outside of EnginoiCompany
No. 2's house, a new kind of a fire
nozzle will bo tried. A relief valve
will be fixed on the engine, anij by
means of this nozzlo the water can
be turned on and off at will without
bursting the hose pipe. It is called
a controlling nozzle.
t ,, . ,01 .
This noon Lyons & Levey sold the
ono story wooden building lately oc
cupied by Mounted Police to Capt.
J. II. Brown for $170. Mr. Henry
Macfarlano bought the stable and
mangers for 8115. Tho building
next to new Police Station was sold
to estate of W. Bneldo for 826 mid
Mrs. Koo purchased the old .l(?L'rr
tiacr building for 82C.
THE FAIR LA8T HIQIIT.
Under tho brilliant lights Kaii
maknpill b.iscmont presented an en
chanting Hcono last evening. Thcio
was n gay throng, comprising tho
pink: of Hawaiian aristocracy, mov
ing about in the palmy vistas. Thu
King was constantly moving in and
out among the people, paining fre
quently to chat with little groups.
His Majesty seemed to be full of en
thusiasm, and delighted with, the
successful issue of the long-anticipated
One sldo of the room tho right
on entering looked like an elegant
Parisian cafe in the midst of a tropi
cal warden. The daintily-spread
tables disposed along nearly the
whole length of the room were pat
ronized throughout the evening by
ever-changing and fashionable par
ties, who were served with ice cream
and other light refreshments. Tho
other side of tho room was the
bazaar proper. There was a regular
crush of people constantly moving
past the stalls, many pausing to
make a purchase.
His Majesty's exhibition of curios
attracted much attention. It was
arranged with a skill that made the
bewildering variety of relics and
curiosities appear to the very best
advantage. An object that rivetted
every eye upon entering the voynl
bootli was the fish-god, sitting in
An auction of fair goods began at
nine o'clock, Mr. Henry Watcrhouse
officiating with the hammer. The
bidding was intermittently lively,
and prices were, moderately good. It
is estimated the gross receipts would
have amounted to about $2,000.
OFFICER FELHBEHR POUNDED.
Thero was a row on board the
S. S.' Bio.de Janeiro .before she left
yesterday, caused by a man named
McGuil, an oiler on board the W. G.
Hall. He went on board tho former
steamer and got so noisy that tho
assistance of Officer Felhbehr was
called. .The latter, as everybody
knows, is a solid, well-built German,
and one not easy to have a brush
with. He went on board the steamer
to remove McGuil, when the latter
went for him, pulled his handsome
beard, hit him in the mouth, and
scratched his face so ibadly that
he looked this morning as if lie had
been shaving himself with a scythe.
However, further assistance arrived,
and McGuil was soon after locked
.up. yFor his unkindly conduct to
wards Felhbehr he will board at
Capt. Tripp's mansion over the reef
for' tho next three days, besides
having to pay S20.
CHARITY CONCERT. l
On Saturday next, June Cth, an
attractive! concert will be given under
the patronage of Their 'Majesties the
King ahd, Queen in Ihe new hall of
St. Louis College, by the kind per
mission of the Right Rev. the.Bishop
of Olba.' Theprocecds wilhbe given
to Her Majesty the Queen to dis
tribute among the poor and worthy
Ilawaiians. Several of our well-
known amateurs will assist, aided by
the St. Louis College brass band,
orchestra and choir. To ,makc the'
concert a financial success Mr'. Jules
Tavemier, the artist, lias promised a
beautiful painting of the late Dowa
ger Queen Kmma, to be disposed of
during the entertainment. The ob
ject of the concert is a good one, and
should ensure a crowded audience.
Front scats will be SI. Admission
tickets, 30 cents. J
NO SWEETHEART FOR HIM.
One of the members of the Satur
day Press staff went to'iho fair last
evening. Arriving in fronl of a stall
he was asked to buy a pair of lady's
slippers, price $4., "What shall I
do with them?" asked the knight of
the pastcpot. "Piesent them to
'somo-young lady,'' said' thoblush
ing saleswoman. "But," said he,
"I do not know any, yet if you will
'jfind, rne-a Bweethoart'I wjlj buy
them." The slippers remained un
sold. Probably the gcntlo saleslady
thought it too big an undertaking to
Ariel a face'and form that w6uld-Biiit
the pressman in conjunction with
feet that would lit' tho slippers.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
This well known liouse has
received by last1 steamer a new
of goods in every department.
noticed soma beautiful hats, flowers,
feathers, plaid silks and all kinds of
trimmings'. You can' have feathers
cleaned and curled and a specialty
is made, of sewing native straws. An
immense stock has been added to
the clothing depaitment. It will pay
anybody to inspect this now stock.
Usual services at tho Roman
Catholic Cathedral to-morrow, Trin
At St. Andrew's Cathcdinl tho
Rev. Geo. Wallaoeiwill preach at 11
a.m. Confirmation .service at 11 p.m.
Sermon by tho Bishop a$ 7 :!10 p.m.
Services to-morrow at the Bethel
Union Church will bo as follows:
Sunday School; at,U: a.m.; ser
vice's' at1 ll5a.ra'., with prea'cliing by
Rev. E. C. Oggel, the pastor, ou
' Man's Power with God." In the
oveninff there will be a union meet- 1
ing at l?'ort Street Chinch.
"Tho Divino Help a Supplement, I
not u Substitute," will bo the theme
of Pastor Cruzan's Sunday moininc
sermon at Fort Foit Street Church.
In the evening there will be a union
of tho llcthul and Koit Street con
gregations, when ltev. S. E. Bishop
will preach the annual home mis
sionary sermon, b' appointment of
the Hawaiian Evaugelicnl Associa
tion. A cordial invitation is ex
tended. THE LAST CONCERT.
On Monday evening the last of
tho scries of tho Montague-Turner
conceit, will tnkc place in Music
Hall, with the following splendid
1. Selection fiviu Wallace' opeuu, Ma
rltana. Marltana. .. .' MlS9 Montague
Don Ctesar Mr. Turner
Mr. Berger and Gentlemen Aumteuu.
3. Song Darling; 1 . . . .Millard
Mrs. J. H. Paty.
4. Flute Solo Sbuveuir de Xnpoll. .
Mr. II. W. Moic.
5. Ballad Laddio Pinsutl
Mrs. .J. E. Wiseman.
0. Double Trio (ladles' voices) .
Miss Montague. Mrs. Paty, MIskcs 11.
von Holt, Rhodes, 3IcBrjdo and
7. Song Let Me Like a Soldier Fall
Mr. Cha4. Turner.
8. Soena CaroNomc (Rlggolotto)
Ye 1 d I
Miss Aunts Montague.
Concluding with the Misorero icene
Roma, Jas. Mitchell and Kaiohad
to pay $6 each for drunkenness. R.
S. Scrimgcour, for the same offense,
after hearing evidence, was given
tho .benefit of the doubt ,and dis
charged. John Allen, for assault and
battery, was fined $3 and costs.
Ing Ping alias Ah Lam w.13 next
tried for perjury in Honolulu;
March 3rd, by swearing falsely to
schedule in bankruptcy before Chief,
Justice Judd. ' Mr. L. A. Thlirstpn
appeared for' the prbsectition. After
hearing the evidence of ,the prose
cution, the defendant was commit
ted for trial to the July term of tho
, SATURDAY MOUSING. t
. .A fyoungi boy, .1) years of age,,
named Waihoikaea, was committed
to the Reformatory School, during
his minority ior, truancy. Eugene
Lee, 'for idisorderly conduct, was
sent" over thtjurcef for three days.
F. McGuil, for assault and battery
on & police officer, was fined S20
and sentenced to imprisonment for
three days. 1 "
A 'Ush; a space: behind: to 1 educe
by cutting. ' ' ')
I am composed of seven lettms.
My 3, (i,1,,lsto.te.1r.
, to .break.
Tity whole,ls a vegetable.
ANSWERS TO I.AST-lUZZI.i:4.
To Square Words
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Answers given by Alo.v. A. Gray.
JEWISH LONCEVITY. ','
In enumerating tUq causes vvhich
have, made tho Jevyish pcoplo so
strong and vigorous, particular men-,
tion must be made of their observ
ance of the Sabbath. This day was
appointed for,' tho double purpose of
securing a set portion of time 'or
the worahlp ofj pod and affording
rest to tile body wearied with its six
dayV, laWa. Obedisnce to this
primeval law is held by the Jews to
bo as strictly binding on them as
any other religious obligation. In
Christian countries where the, Sun
day is kept sacred or observed as a,
holiday,, another, day of rest in
dditioidtatber-owiKbaUbaui is ob
tained, thiul'fortifylng thejn against
th crushing toil and nervous strain
of modern life. TI10 loss accruing
froni till enforced abstlrienee from
business Vr orries is more than
counterbalanced by thei 'gain in
nerve power with vvhich periodical
cessation from harassing employ
ment is compensated. This1 is'doubt
less ono of tho factors which have
helped td invigorate both mind and
body, and to develop in theip those
high qualities for which they arc
To sum up: the longevity" of tho
Jtrt la an acknowledged fact. In his
aurroundiiigsho is on a par with his
Christian neighbor. If the locality
in which he dwells is unhealthy he
also suffers, but to a loss degree,
If the cllmuto is linccninl, its infill
once tells on him, too, but with less
injurious effect. Ills vigorous
hcnlth enables him to resist the onset
of disonso to which others succumb.
Those advantage? arc for the most
part owing to his food, his temper
ato habits, and (lie care taken of
him in sickness and poverty. 2o
doubt ho Is specially fortunate in
inheriting a constitution which has
been built up by attention, for many
centuries, to hygienic details. His
meat is drained of blood, so that b'
that means mnrbic germs are not
likely to be conveyed into his sys
tem. It is also most carefully in
spected so as to prevent the con
sumption of what is unsound, hence
his comparative immunity from
scrofulous and tuberculous forms of
The Bible is legaided by some
scientists as an old-fashioned book ;
but its teaching in relation to
hygiene, even they will confess, has
not become antiquated. It must be
credited with having anticipated
and recorded for our instruction and
profit doctrines which arc now ac
cepted as beyond desputo in this de
partment, of knowledge. In the
Mosaic law arc preserved sanitary
rules, the habitual observance of
which by the Jew, from generation
to generation, has made him
superior to all other races in respect
to health and longevity. Leisure
An epitaph, copied from a tomb
stone in Burbagc Churchyard, Lei
cestershire: Here lies two babs that wc did love,
Departed from us like a dove;
The babs that wc did much adoie
Is gone and cannot como no more.
In Biddcford Churchyard :
Tho weddliiR-day appointed was!
And wedding elothes provided;
But ero that day did come, alas I
He sickened' mid he dldcd.
In Kcnwyn Churchyard, Cornwall.
In memory .of Thomas Cornish, who
died January 1st, 1844, aged G6
My sledge and hammer Ho declined,
My bellows pines have lost their wind;
Mv Arcs extinguished, coal dcciyed,
1 "., !.. it. -1.., t- . !,. !,. t.l .
5Iy Iron's wrought, my bfo U gone,
My nails are drove, my work is done.
' In Cottisrord Churchyard, Oxford
shire. This man died in the act of
tolling tho bell:
John Brown, ntCottifurd town,
lie was eighty-live, as I'm alive,
And ho tolled his passing bell.
UP IH MASONRY.
" I've gone about as high in ma
sonry as anybody can," said a
"Is that soV How high have you
"Well, I worked on the top of
the Washington monument, as a
" Well, that's not taking any de
grees in masonryt"
"It 'isn't, eh? Well, you'd a
thought it was, if you'd been there,
'withe herinometcr at 33 degrees
'below zero. Boston Times.
,A "FLY" DEACON.
A citizen who had been playing
poker the night before, dropped a
blue chip into tlic contribution box
by mistake. After service he went
to'the deacon who had passed the
plate and told him of the mistake.
" So, I'll just give you 81 in its
place," said he, " and we'll keep
the matter quiet."
"No, j-ou don't," replied the
deacon, ignoring the money offered.
" That's a bluo chip. It's worth
8f." Detroit Free Press.
Wc scatter beeds with caicless hand,
And dream wp ne'er shall see then
Hut for a thoiibaiid yeaiv
Their fruit appears, (
In weeds that mar tho land,
Or healthful store.
Tho deeds wo do, tho word wo say,
Into xtlll air thev seem to licet;
W count them ever past:
But'thoy shall Inst
ill the dread judgment thoy
And wo shall meet.
1 charge thco by tho yedrsigoiwi by, '
For thu love of brethren df ar, ,
Keep, then, the ono trim wuy
In work' and ploy
Lest in the world their cry
Of woe thou hear. Krbtr.
Tramp Sty coloied friend, please
lend me a quarter. I fought, bled
and suffered four years in the Union
Army to make you a free man.
Colored gentleman 'Ypu did your
duty, sah ; but 'bout loaning you dat
quarter, I don't kcer to rowive do bit
ter1 memories ob do wah.
The "Daily Bulletin"
Is for sale immediately after publica
tion, at the following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Merchant St.;,
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant, St.;
Messrs. WOLFE & EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanu Sis.;
ISAAC MOORE'S, 134 Nuuanu Stroet;
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Hotel SI.
T A.THURSTON, '
JU ' ' Attouskv at Emv,
' Successor to Smith & Thurston, ,
27 33 Merchant Street. "'lm
Monday Evening, June 1st,
i.vr NioriT or mr
3UB AXVIK JtOSTAUUE,
31H. CUAKl.KH TUHXEH.
3" Entire Change of Programme. 3
Ticket for talo at J. E. WISEMAN'S.
2ii Box plan now open. if
Xotlcc to Stockholders.
rpUE Stockholders of tho Hnwallnn
X Agricultural Co. will please take
notice that a dividend of $1 per share
for the month of May w ill be due nnd
pvy&blc on Monday, Juue 1st. 1SS5, at
tho office of C. Brewer & Co.
t!5 3t J. O. CARTER, Sec'y U.A.Co.
A YOUNG Man or Lady who is a cor.
xX rcct and neat Pcnmnn, to
lonal work. Addrois
A BOY to carry newspaper on horse
back for the Honolulu News
Agency, enquire at
thU ofUee between
J. ami 4 p.m.
I jUK -MAN ami wile, with accommo
JL uattoti to cook
for themselves, or
beard with the
family. Apply nt 187
MR. OlIAS. IIOYT'S Shoeing Shop ,
will be open on Monday morning.
He 1ms scut down 11 good man. Inter
fering horses a bpeeiiilty. 29 tf
rpHB place to buy J. W. Hingley's
JL Celebrated Cigar. The Crystal
Soda Works will be a depot for these
fine Clgnrs, wholesale and ictall.
rrUIE STORE lately occupied by
X Samuel Nott, In CampbcH'b Block,
on Fort Street. Applv to
L. A. THURSTON,
or B. P. Dillingham.
Honolulu, April 1,'I885. PSfi tf
HAVING obtained the servicer, of a
llt-elass Piano Tuner, v c w islt
to inform the public that we are able to
Tune and Repair Pianos at fhort notice.
All orders left with us will be promptly
attended to. and all vork warranted.
1033 ly WEST, DOW & UP.
nPIIK Hawaiian Chinese News Piinl
JL ing and Publishing Company will
remove their o'llccs on Saturday, to
King Street, opposite tho rolice-Station.
Ho Poon will collect all hills for the
Company hereafter. 03 iw
"VrOTICE is hereby given that all ac
LV counts duo the Saratoga Houjm
arc now transferred and made over to
Messrs. S. J. Levey & Co., and all
moneys duo must bo paid to thorn, and
their receipt is sufficient.
Honolulu, May 11, 1SS5. i'.l lw
ItliSPECTABLE and steady wo.
mull or eirl, to do light house
work, and sewing in n private family.
Enquire of MRS. HAMMER,
82 ill Corner Fort and King Sim.
ONE lino Saddle Ilorso, (! venra old.
Cream color, black pomtH. Ap
ply to W. U. MAll'1'.Y.
A GIRL about from J2 to 15 yo.irs, to
make herself generally useful.
Apply at THIS OFFICE.
' 32 lw
Haying purchased thu above
Estatu from the Assignees, in
All persons owing money to the
late Bankrupt Instate aro re
quested to pay the same koiith-
XV. P. ItEYNOMJy,
at thu Hawaiian Bazar, aud his
signature will w a full and sufll-
c k. vLLrAMS.
Honolulu, May 29, 1885.
HAW AIM BAZAR