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TUESDAY, JAN. 20,
UCUANIC S. S. CO.
St. Paul, from San Francisco, Feb. II.
Mariposa, from Colonics for San Fran
cisco, Feb, 12.
Zciilnndl.i, fioin San Frauclco for Syd
ney. Fob. 2.
Australia, from Sydney for San Frau
clco. Feb. 0.
Whaler Hunter from Han Francisco
Bktnii Mount Lebanon from Hongkong
Scbr Ehukal from Walalna
Scbr Kaulkcaoull frflni Kohnln
Tern W S Itowno for Han Frmieleo
Stmr Lrhunfor Wlndwaid Ports
Stmr Jus Mnkee for Knpaa
Htiur W 0 Hall for Windward Toils
Stmr Planter for Katial
Scbr Walehu for Kauai
Scbr Jtob Roy for ICoolau
Scbr Wnloll for Mallko
S S Mararoa for the Colonies
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bgtno W G Irwin for San Francisco
Bk C It BMiop for San FrancUco -Scbr
Ehukal for Walalna
Sehrlaika for Kobolalcle
VESSELS IN PORT.
Uk Lady Lampoon,
Ilk Lovsprlng, Thomson
Uk Elsinoro, Jcnks
Uk O It BMiop, Walter
Bktno Discovery, rerrlnian
Bgtne W O Irwin, Turner
Brig Alllu Howe, Phillips
For Knhiihil, per Llkeliko. January
25th P X Makee, A II Smith. Mrs A
Unna iiiuR child. ev Father I.eonor.
J M Alexander. W M Graydon, Mrs W
P A Urewer and 2 children, Mrs Tor
bert and daughter. It J Smith, A Uarba,
wife and child, It Lunger, L von Tcinp
skv, II P Ilaldwiu, ami about 50 deck.
For tho Colonle. per 31araroa, Janu
ary 25th Cabin W II Talbot, Mrs 11
IIatle. Steerage It B Smylbe, lEev C
E Gro-cr. wife and 5 children. G Webb.
J Ro. F 3Iouroc, 31 Label. .1 0 Ed
wards, W K Cadaban, Geo WiUon, and
52 passengers in truiiMt.
For San Francisco, per W H Uowuc,
January 2(itli P Gillekan. Mr Richard
son, w'ife and baby. 3Ir C Crooks and
wife. 3Ir.s Mollsbead.
The palling of tho Klnau was post
poned until this afternoon. Her Vol
cano trip has been deferred until next
The whaler Hunter, Captain Cogan,
arrived this morning 21) days from San
Francisco. She took 120 bids of sperm
oil on the way, and after leaving her
catch here she will proceed for a short
cruise to the south and west thence to
the Arctic regions.
, Tho schooner W S llowne sailed this
afternoon for San FianeUco with 12,1181
bags of sugar valued at $i!5,54U.12.
The bark Lady Lampsoii, Captain
Marsdcn, arrived yesterday afternoon
5 days from Newcastle, N S W, with
filo tons of coal to Urewer & Co. Tho
Lampson 1 docked near the P 31 S S
Fiu:sn Mince Tics daily from and
after date at Mcller & Ilnlbc's Con
Fiu.sn Cream Cakes and Kilairs
daily from and after date at Mellcr
& Ilalbc's Confectionery. 177
Just received by tho Alameda,
200 Bags New Zealand Oats. For
sale, in quantities to suit, by the
Union Feed Company. 232 lw
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A vi:uy comprehensive and classi
fied business directory for Honolulu
is furnished in the business cards on
the outside pages of the Bulletin,
supplemented by the advertisements
of regular and transient patrons on
every page. 231 tf.
Honolulu, Jan. 23, 1880.
"Z. K. Myki'is, Agent Harden hand
Dear Sir: Please send 10 dozen
of the Grenndcs to Kahului per
steamer Likelike on Monday, Feb
AVo aro partially supplied with
them now, but at the price think
that all plantations can well afford
to have a Hiifllciont quantit', well
distributed, to give sulllcient protec
tion nt any point a tire might start.
Gko. C. Williams,
Superintendent Hawaiian Commer
cial Sugar Company.
FitoM the time of its organization
up to January 1, 1885, tho Mutual
Life Insurance Company has paid to
policy holders tho sum of 8210,0!) I, -209,
which is $103,021,G72 larger
than the amount paid by any other
company, and is 21.5 percent, of
the wholo amount paid to policy
holders by tho twenty-two compa
nies. Up to January 1, 1885, this
Company lias invested for policy
holders the stun of $103,870,17!),
which is 813,811,253 larger than the
amount invested by any other com
pany, and is 23.3 percent of the
total amount invested for policy
holders by tho above-mentioned
companies. IIou. S. G. Wilder is
agent of the nboyo company for the
Y, M. C. A. singing class this
evening, at 7:30.
LOG,, GENERAL NEWS.
Uahk Mnjestlo with lumbor from
tlic Sound, is reported off port ns
wo go to press.
SuiMiXT at tho tent to-night,
"Spiritualism: What it is, and how
its manifestations arc produced".
Miss I, Ilymnii was erroneously
given in the Mararoa's passenger
list for this port, instead of Mrs. J.
Saltish small wlilte llsh and pack
ing them in barrels is becoming an
industry among tho Portuguese at
the flsh market.
Jiinoi: Stoney, of San I'Vancisco,
paid a visit to the Supreme Court
yesterday afternoon, and was intro
duced to Judge Preston by the At
Tin: Royal Hawaiian Hand was
playing on the Inter-island wharf
this afternoon, in honor of the sail
ing of His Majesty, who left by the
steamer W. G. Hall for ICailua.
William Mullen has challenged
Napoleon Wain to skate a ten-mile
race at the Yosemite rink, for one
hundred dollars a side, within one
mouth of signing the agreement.
A. The Germans have annexed
the Samoa Islands.
I). Sonic more islands?
A. Yes, the Samoa Islands.
11. Some more, but what islands?
A oooi opportunity for investment
in real estate, and the purchase of
household furniture, etc., is present
ed in the sale of Mr. J. V. Smith's
property by K. P. Adams & Co. at
10 o'clock to-morrow.
Ox Saturday "last a little boy fell
down from the Holler Coaster and it
is a wonder that he was not killed
instantaneously. There should be a
watchman placed near the dangerous
institution to prevent such accidents,
Williams, Diniond & Co.'s circu
lar of the lGth, reports the sugar
markets very quiet. Sales in New
York arc reported on the basis of
i U-lOc. at 5 ll-10c. for fair to good
refining and C.c. for centrifugals
1)0 percent of test.
Ox the same night tlint parties
broke into Mr. Lapierre's bouse,
another gentleman, living .in the
neighborhood, heard a noise in his
chicken coop, but succeeded in driv
ing the thief away by a lamp and a.
revolver. Have your revolvers ready
at church time.
Cai't. Phillips, of the brig AUie
Howe, has furnished us with an
ollieial report of that vessel's voyage
from Hongkong, from wlncli it ap
pears she brought only twenty-three
seventy-three, as our
erroneously informed by the agents,
Messrs. Freetii & Peacock.
In the Police Court, to-day, Ai
kakc forfeited bail, SO, for imbibing
too freely at the fountains of life
kept (lowing by the "party of im
moral ideas." The civil cases wero
also reduced to a unit, namely: I.
I. S. N. Co. vs. Iliokaea, deserting
contract service ; defendant ordered
to return and serve his contract.
O.si: of the sailors of the whaler
Hunter, while butchering blubber on
board the vessel several days ago,
fell on tho slippery deck and struck
a cleaver with his right hand, making
an ugly gasli between the thumb and
index linger. Tho wound was dress
ed by Dr. McKibbin this morning,
and although the cut is not neces
sarily dangerous, it will require
several days to heal.
Mn. Henry Allen, a resident of
Canterbury, New Zealand, who has
been traveling through California
the past year, having visited four
teen counties, was homeward bound
by the Mararoa, and seemed to be
making good use of his trained
powers of observation during his
brief stay in Honolulu. Among
other places ho called at the Bulle
tin office, and received a flic of
papers to further inform him of this
. ' '
Justici: Bickerton, in discharging
John Good, tried for assault and
battery, held that ho was acting
under orders from his superior
officer the Marshal, aud being
pressed back by the crowd was
justified in using his stick. His
case was different from that of the
three Chinese charged with a similar
offense in connection with the same
affair, as they wero not officers nor
culled upon for assistance by an
officer. Neither had any informality
in tho affair aught to do with this
case, whatever might bo tho result
in a civil action on that ground.
THE TENT MEETING.
At the tent last night, Elder
Ilealoy answered several questions
on the naturn of man. Also a fow
concerning the restoration of the
Jews to their own land. He held
that tho Bible plainly teaches that
"All Israel shall bo saved" Romans
11 :20. But that the Israel of God
is not made up of tho natural seed
of Abraham j but of those who arc
children by fallh Ilorunna U :G 8.
That the Jews were cut off because
of unbelief, and now stand in the
same relation to God as the Gentiles,
being brought back only by faith
Romans 11:17 2U. "Aud if ye be
Christ's, then arc ye Abraham's
seed, and heirs according to tho
promise" Galatians 3:20. He said
the restoration of Israel is to bo in
the new earth state. That if tho
Jews wero to return to Palestine and
rebuild Jerusalem, that would not
answer the promise made to Abra
ham as he understood it. "For he
looked for a city which hath founda
tions, whose builder and maker is
God." Hebrews 11:10. A city
built by the Jews would not do, as
he looked for one built by God. Or
the Now Jerusolcm, which is to come
down upon the new earth. Revcln
tion 21. Com.
THE EXTRADITION CASE.
Yesterday afternoon, by an order
issued by the Chief Justice, the
Marshal arrested John W. McCar
thy, the alleged embezzler of Cali
fornia State funds. The order was
granted upon the information and
petition of the Attorncy-Gcncrnl,
which stated in effect as follows:
That on the 28th of Feb., 1885,
while John McCarthy was Clerk of
the Supreme Court of California, lie
appropriated five hundred and fifty
dollars, the property of the Stato of
California, thereby making himself
guilty of the crime of embezzle
ment; that on the 15th Jan., 1880,
the Grand Jury for San Francisco
found a true bill in the Superior
Court of Snn Francisco against Mc
Carthy, lor embezzlement; that a
bench warrant issued out of that
Court for his arrest; that he left the
State of California on Jan. 2nd, and
is now in Honolulu, and that a re
quest for liis arrest and extradition
to the authorities of California had
been made by George Stoncinan,
Governor of California, upon the
Hawaiian Government. Wherefore
the Attorney-General, at the in
stance of the Minister of Foreign
Affairs, prayed that the Chief Jus
tice should make an order to the
Marshal for the arrest of McCarthy,
and his safe keeping until ho might
be delivered into the custody of an
olliccr of the Stato of California, if
so ordered upon hearing, and that a
time and place for such hearing
should be designated.
The Chief Justice prescribed bail
in SI, 500, which was furnished by
Hon. W. C. Parke jointly with the
accused, and hearing was fixed for
11, this forenoon, before Chief Jus
tice Judd in Chambers. At that
hour and place the hearing was fur
ther postponed until half-past two
o'clock this afternoon.
At the hearing this afternoon Mr.
W. A. Whiting opposed the granting
of an order for McCarthy's sur
render, claiming that the Court has
not jurisdiction, on the following
1. That the warrant issued sets
forth no .crime or accusation of
2. That the crime as alleged is
embezzlement, which is not extradi
table. 3. That the demand is made
through the Governor of California,
and there is no authority for tho
Governor to make this demand.
1. That the affidavit of complaint
is made by the Attorney-General of
this Kingdom, who cannot properly
and legally make such complaint
nor lie complainant therein.
Mr. Whiting is citing authorities
for these pleas as we go to press.
Jan. 25th, 188G.
Kapaa, Wahilu (w.), 80 each,
Lani, 88., and Kalicpa, 812, for
drunkenness. A. Gumpher, selling
and dispensing of liquor, contrary to
license laws of 1880. Fined 8150,
costs 83. Officer John Good, charg
ed with assault and battery on Ay
Yong, on the occasion of a raid upon
an alleged secret seciety, on the
night of Nov. 8tli., after a hearing
of the case had on Saturday, was
this morning up for judgment and
Geo. Yook vs. J. C. Edwards.
Replevin damages 8200. Judgment
for defendant. Appeal noted to
Intermediary Court. John Mills vs.
F. H. Redward, E. B. Thomas
garnishee, assumpsit for 820. Judg
ment for plaintiff. Geo. M. Raupp
vs. A. K. Kunuiakea, assumpsit for
810.50. A. J. Cartwright, garnishee.
Judgment for plaintiff. A. Iuunaio
Drew vs. Luika Keluaipuna (w).
Summary proceedings for possession
under landlord aud tenant act.
Judgment for possession of land in
Dc Lcsseps has written to tho
principal Chambers of Commerce,
asking them to appoint delegates to
accompany him to Panama, for
which plaeo ho will start on the 28th
inst. Tho Panama Canal Company
will invito delegates from England,
Germany and America to visit tho
isthmus aud inquiro into tho feasi
bility of completing the canal. Tho
espouses of delegates will be borne
by the company. De Lcsseps is
sauguino the work will be successful.
8 A. I.
No. 4 AdnniM Lime.
Hats dyed aad prefod, ,
Feathers cleaned and ourlcd,
Natlvo straws Bowed hi nil tho latest
Lessons given in thirty-six kinds of
fancy uork. with drawing aud painting,
for all kinds of
Steamers for Sale.
riMIE undersigned begs to
gs to call l no
attention of steamship companies
auu others Inten-ted to iho loiinwing
list of hteam launches, tugs and other
htcam boats offered for talc by one of
Ills correspondent In Liverpool with the
pi Ices attached, aud which on account
of tho remarkably depressed stato of the
shipping business will bo seen to bo ex
Launches, Tugs aud .small boats that
can bu liroughl on deck of a large
steamer or sailing vcel.
New steel f-ercw tug IS feet x 10 feet
x f fcet8-ln. with 10 horse power engines
nominal, smfacu condenser:!, donkey
pump, etc. Speed 12 miles an hour.
Price In Liverpool JL'l,0."0 or 95,230.
8 1 1110. Wood Screw Paungcr and
Cargo Launch, built In 1883, pair of IS In.
cylinders, S-in. iokc, speed about 10
miles, extra trong oak frame, pilch
pluc planking, copper fastened, dimen
sions -13.0x0.15x1.11. draft of water aft IS
feet. Fileo .1.173.
2301. A Steel twlu-ercw Steam Vaeht,
built In 1SSI, 2 pairs of voitle.it L A
II P engines of 1(! I LP., four Mn.
cylinders, 8-lu. stroke, sliced '.) knots on
a consumption of ;t cwt. per hour,
bunkers contain (S ton, she has 11
sleeping berths, was built to go up the
Nile, dimensions 05.2x12. 7xt!.7. Pnco
2300. A New Wood Sciew Steam
Launch, copper fastened, compound
S O engines 0-ln. aud 12-iu. 7-!u. stroke,
large multitubular boiler, teak lagnoll,
of 1)0 lbs. working pressure, dimensions
10.0x8.0x1.1. Price i.'050.
2:S01. An Iron twin-.-erow Steamer,
built lu 1S70, for rier passenger trallle,
bull, engine and boiler lately overhauled
at a cost of 107, spectl 11 knots on a
consumptlon'of about -1 tons per week,
bunkers contain 12 tons, dimensions
08.0x12. 1.0. Price IPO.
Sllilt. Steel Screw Tug, built in 1835,
engine U I S I O 25 ll.P.tf. tl-in. and
22-ln. cylinders, 20-ln. stroke, steel
tubular boiler, lOOlbs. working pressure,
speed 12 knots, boiler lagged, cylinder.-
laggcii with leu nun inanogany, iiiiuen
slons 70x12.8x0.2. Draft of water i;s
feet and 0 feet. Price C1830.
2203. All Iron Screw Steamer, now
building, and classed 100 At at Lloyd's
to carry 280 tons on O.i! draft, bunkers
contain 20 tons, speed 0 knots on a con
sumption of :i tons per day, compound
I) A engines of 40 11. P., 10-in. aud
:t0-ln. cylinders, boiler of 80 lbs. work
ing pressure, donkey engine and steam
winch, dimensions 120.0x21.0x10.0.
2311. An Iron Seicw Tug, built in
1S85, classed Al at Lloyd's for towing
purposed, two compound S O D I A
engines of 13 H.P., 10-ln. and 30-hi.
cylinders, 22 stroke, speed 10 to 12 knots,
dimensions 70.1x15.0x0.3. Price 3,500.
2308. All Iron Screw Steamer, built
lu 1885, and classed 100 Al, 505 tons re
gister, and carries 1,120 tons L).W. on 15.0
draft, 2 common 1) A S C engines of
00 H.P., 25,-ln. and 48-in. cylinders,
33-ln. stroke," cylindrical multitubular
boiler of 80 lbs. working pressure, bun
kers contain 102 tons", consumption 8
tons per day, donkey engine and boiler,
also !S steam winches, dimensions 203.0X
30.0x15.10. Price 12,000.
2234. All Iron Screw steamer, built
in 1885, and classed 100 Al at Lloyd's
07 tons register, carries 350 tons on 10.0
draft, bunkers contain 50 tons, spceii
ISlgtoUjit knots on a consumption of
8 to'ns per ilay. compound S O engines
of 80 1L1, 21V.-ln. and 42-In. cylinders,
30-in. stroke, steel tubular boiler of 05
lbs. working pressure, donkey engine,
and 2 steam winches, dimensions 145.0x
23.1x10.0. Price 8,500.
The above aro only a few of the steam
vessels that are offered at sale In O.iat
Hntalii at tho present time. Almost any
description of steamer and of any slzu
desired can now bo purchased at very
favorablu rates. It Is of eouino neces
sary that Miinc responsible paity in
Knglaud should examine the condition
of the steamers offered for sale before
1013m W. L. GltKIJN.
By order of A. J. O.irtwrigbt, Esq.,
Executor of thu Estate of Her Majesty
Queen Emma, wo will sell, at thu resi
dence, corner Bciolania and Nuuanu St.,
On Wednesday, I'eb. 10th,
at 10 a.m., a large lot of
Cnlitate, Native Kiipus,
Lets, Mats and Small Kahilis.
There are over 200 Calabashes, mado
of a variety of Island woods, such as
Kou, Cocoanut and Kou, and in dlllcr.
cut styles and sizes. Tho Cocoanut
Calabashes upon Sliver Stands, piescnt.
cil toller lato Majesty by members of
the Royal Family of Pomare, Queen of
thu Society Islands, aio very interesting
as curiosities and also as mementoes of
tgy- An opportunity for examination
of the abovo will bu allbrilcd thu day
before the salo from 0 a.m. until 4 p.m.
E. P. ADAMS
& Co., t
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SAN FRANCISCO, January l:j, 1S0.
. Messrs. AV. 1?. WllHlilre & Co., Agents
MacNEALE & URBAN SAFES,
206 California Street, San Franoisco, Cal.
Okxtlilmhn: In reply to your Inquiry concerning the opening of the Hurghir.
pioof Chest in thesarc In the ofllce of tlic Clerk of tho Supreme Court now fo
icll known as THH MtOAKTlIY SAFL 1 will say that 1 took charge of tho
olllco on Wednesday, theOtb Inst. Kor sonic days previous unsuccessful attempts
hail been made by various experts to pick the lock. On Thursday, further, similar
cllbilf. wero made, with the same result, by .Mr. Knsicn and otlici noted experts.
ALL OF WHOM FINALLY DECLARED THAT THE LOCK COULD NOT
HE PIOKLD, and that the safe must bo opened by foice.
On Friday I employed the epeit of one of your competitors, who did faithful
and honest work for that purpose.
On Satuiday morning work was begun, and this morning (Wednesday) FOUR
DAYS Al'TER,' the expert succeeded lu drilling through the door and opening the
I consider it was an extraordinarily severe test, much beyond what a burglar
could possibly employ under any circumstances, and can assure it has inspired me
with the highest conlldencc in the security of your Hurglar.Proof Safes, and that
YOUR LOCKS ARE PICK-PROOF AGAINST THE REST EXPERTS.
After working for some hours on the lock, one expert bald be had found that
V was one letter' and another Hint C was one. On examination, neither of these
letters appeared in the combination Youis truly,
.1. 1). SPENCER, Clerk of Supremo Court.
fcr The above was a No, S MacNEALE A; URHAN Fire and Hurglnr Safe.
C. O. BERGER,
P. 0. BOX 310.
General Business Age.nt,
Real EUalo Agent,
WildeiV Steamship Agent,
Groat Burlington Railroad Agent
rpilE Wood and Coal Business hereto.
X foie carried on by S. F. Graham &
Co. has this day been sold to S. M.
CARTER, who will continue the busi.
nc;s al the old stand, No. 1S7 King St.
Mr. S. M. Carter is authorized to receive
money and receipt bills on account of
S. F. Grab a m & Co
S. P. GRAHAM & Co.
Honolulu,. Fan. 23, 1880. 34 lm
S. M. CARTER,
Wood mid Coal Merchant,
No. 187 King Street. Tolcphono
Number, In both Companies, 187.
Wood and Coal Orders aro hereby
solicited, niul will be delivered at any
locality within thu city limits.
Departuro Bay Coal, Newcastlo
Coal and Charcoal.
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split,
always on baud, and sold in
231 quantities to suit. tf
$ 00 100
' SO 100
Haw'n Carriage Manf'g Co.,
E. O. Hull & Son,
Intcr.Island S. N. Co.,
Haw'n Agricultural Co.,
Wildci's Steamship Co.,
C. Brewer & Co.,
Walluku Sugar Co.,
Reciprocity Sugar Cn.,
L. A. THURSTON, Stock Brokei.
33 Merchant Street. 151 ly
NOTICE of HEMOVAL.
7XRS. GASCOYNE begs to inform
lYJL her numerous friends and cus
tomers that sho has removed to the pre.
mlso3 lately occupied by Mr. Mlohlcls,
at thu corner of Alakca and King
Streets. 31 lw
Election oi OlMcors.
rpilB following olUcers for tho ensuing
JL year were elected this 23th day f
January at tho Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders of tho Haiku.Sugar Coin
pany: II. P. Baldwin-...
S. M. Dajion
S. N. Castu:....
J. H. A'riir.uioN..
E. W. PiuimsoN.
J. B. ATHERTON, Sec'y.
Honolulu, Jan. 25, I8S0. flw
QUPJItEMK COUKT of tho Ha
O wali.ui Islands. In tho matter of
tho Baukruptcy of HOOK LOY KEB
COMPANY. Before Justice McCully.
Hook Loy Kco Company, doing busi
ness In Honolulu, having this day been
adjudicated bankrupt on their own
petition, it is hereby ordered that all
creditors of said bankrupt come in anil
provo their claims before me, at my
Chambcis, in Honolulu,
On Wednesday, January 27, 1886,
at 10 o'clock a. m.
And it is further ordered that, upon
said day,, tho creditors do proceed to
bold thu ELECTION of an assignee or
assignees of said bankrupt cstaie, and
that notice hereof be published In the
Chinese jVm once, and in the Daily
Bui.i.kti.n three times previous to said
Dated Honolulu, January 10, I860.
Justieo Supremo Court.
Becond Deputy Clerk, !U at
General Agent for the IIa,vailnn Islands.
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IToiioliilii, II. I.
Custom Housu Riokcr,
Manager Hawaiian Opera House,
Firo and Life Insurance Agent,
Queen St., next Bulletin Office.
Horses broken to Sad
dle and Harness,
Horses boarded bv the
.:.. dav. week, or month.
Horses Clipped. !ST Telephone 18i.
rpiIE large and commodious Building
JL situated on Nuuanu Street, u few
doors above Hotel Street, ami rccontly
occupied as a Drug Store by Messrs.
Hollistcr & Co. From its location in a
central position on one of our most busy
thoroughfares, it is admirably adapted
to business purposes. For full parti
culars, apply to
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
S3 lm No. 3 Kaabumanu St.
rpiIE Premises on Punchbowl Street,
JL heretofore eccupled by tho Ger
man Club, consisting of Club House,
Bowling Alley and extensive grounds
well laid out. Entranco from Punch.
bowl and Emma Streets. Apply to
II. A. WIDEMANN,
207 tf or J. F. 11ACKFELD.
FOIt SALE CHEAP.
i HANDSOME Browncll 2-scatcd
1 Canopy.top Carriage, leather uphol
stered, with polo shafts, curtains, lamps,
etc., complete. This carriage is nearly
new, and, having had tho best of care,
Is consequently in perfect order; 1
stylish sidebar plano.box Top Buggy,
also in perfect order; 1 Brewster end
spring Open Buggy; 1 lino Set single
strap hand.mado Harness with solid
rubber mountings suitable for a largo
Carriage; 2 light Sets single-strap bar
ncss, rubber mounted; 1 English Saddle,
bridlo and martingale; 1 largo sound
family or road Horse, kind In uvory par
ticular and safe for a lady to drive; 1
bay Filly, 2 years old, sired by Cator; 1
lino young Cow (5 years old), part
Devon and part Jersey, to calve In
March; 2 heifers, 1 and 2 years old, from
above cow, by 10th Duke of Manchester.
Tho above property Is all in tho best of
order and will bo sold cheap. Apply to
S. P. GRAHAM & Co.,
28 tf 82 King Street.
DID YOU SAY t
Mnko your wife and children happy
by supplying them with
Elite Ice Cream
made from puro Woodlawn Dairy
Go and surprise your folks, order a
bucket of our delicious Ico Cream. We
pack orders for Ico Cream from 1 to 50
quarts In Patent Refrigerator Cans, war
ranted to keep Its delightful llavorjand
perfect form for many hours.
Families, Parties, Balls and Wedding!
Our Fancy Cakes aro tho Favorite
with all the Ladles of Honolulu.
CHOICE FRENCH CANDIES,
Imported fresh and In great variety by
Ring Up Bell Telephone 182 or Mutual 338.
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