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The Court will go Into full mourning
for Her Into Royal Highness Prlnrc9s
Llkellko frrm till dalo until the day
after the Funeral; niul will wcat half
mourning from tint ttinu unil ho ex.
plrutlou of two weeks tiom thu day of
CURTIS P. 1AUKKA,
11. M.'g Chamberlain
lohJiil Pa Nee, Pel) !1, 18S7.
BISHOPS On.. BAJNRKKb
Uouolulu, UiiWHlInn Islands
Draw Exchange on the
Bimlc oL Cnlil'ornln, H. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bunk Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney,
Tho flank of Nuw Zealand: Auokhnd,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, 11. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo had from
J. II. SorEit, : :
A. M. IIkwett, :
J. W. IIisoley, :
J.Sims, : : : :
: : Hotel Street
Win gnOtj aiUc;tiau
Pledged i neither Beet nor ratty.
Bat established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY. MAK. 8. 1887.
BEST TO TELL THE TRUTH.
Yes, there is no doubt about;
the Advertistr is right. "It is best
to tell tho truth" about the decrease
of the native population. The truth
may not be palatable at all times,
and a man is bonietimes considered
an enemy, because he is honest and
tells the truth. Paul seems to have
bad a little cxpciicucc of this nature
in his time. Hut it bad no deterring
effect on his uniformly bold and
courageous proceeding. "Am I
your enemy, because I tell you the
truth?" exclaimed the noble prea
cher, and proceeded at once to deal
out the truth without stint. Honest
men always like the truth, even if it
be personally unpleasant, Rogues
and impostors have a natural aver
sion to it, and would prefer any
thing else, when and where choice
is allowed them. The truth is the
Hawaiian race is rapidly decreasing.
"Wc are borry for it heartily sorry.
But the decrease goes on all the
same. Denying the fact, will not
change it. The most favorable
showing possible was made at the
last census-taking. In fact, we
should not liud difllculty in proving
that, in at least some instances,
the numbers were returned in
excess of population. Nevertheless,
no increase could be shown on the
books eveu, but a decrease. And
the decrease still proceeds rapidly.
Gin and other agencies are doing
their deadly work. Opium has
come to help on the final day, and
help it will. Tho legislation of tho
last few years has done about all it
could to exterminate the race, ami
is making visible progress. What
can bo done to turn the tide? Can
didly, nothing, as far as wc can sec,
under the existing state of things.
The proverbial beggar is on the
horse, and he will ride to tho devil
before lie stops.
THE SAVAGE AND THE CIVILIZED.
To the unpoetie observation of a
matter-of-fact philospher, there ap
pears uo wido distinction between
tho characteristic porsonal ornament
ations of savage tribes and tho
fashionable lixings of civilized na
tions, of a nature that would decide
cold and unsentimental reason to
pronounce the latter as widely re
moved in essence and spirit from the
former. The light-brained votaries
of fashion, who regard the cut of
their clothes and tho class and ar
rangement of their ornamental
gewgaws as tho summum bonum of
human aspirations and attainments,
may pettishly scorn tho comparison.
Nevertheless, it is apt and apposite.
Captain Coolc curried witli him in
his voyages a large assortment of
toys for the bai barians of Polynesia
looking-glasses, combs, beads,
trinkets, and Brummagem gewgaws,
of various kinds to captivate tho
vain belles of "vexed Bcrmoothcs.
,So in the elegant cities and proud J
nations of western civilization, it it
is deemed expedient to propitiate
the tender feelings of tho lovely
young damsels of fancy and fashion,
tho victim of matrimonial intentions
must ingratiate the capricious affec
tions of his itihamoratn by present
ing a string of beads, a diamond
ring, or a feather to stick in her
angelic hair. Man is everywhere
pretty much the same, and woman
loo. In fact, there is but one step
from the islands of tho South Seas
to America or Kurope. Nature is
in both sublime, and tho inhabitants
thereof supremely ridiculous. The
savage and the civilized both have a
peculiar notion of improving nature.
They both penetrate the cars and
attach weights thereto. They both
smear themselves with paint, as if
the were wooden walls that require
protection from the weather. In
the matter of general costume, the
savage is a little less ridiculous than
the civilized. Keing nearer to nature,
tho upright carriage and graceful
movements of the former are beyond
the reach or imitation of the laccd
tip victims of vulgar fashion. The
civilized article is so "fearfully and
wonderfully" fashioned, that often
there is nothing to be seen but a
jacket covered with beads, a head of
frizzled hair like a frightened mop,
and something stuck on the top
resembling a sugar loaf springlcd
with cabbage leaves and tho flowers
off a roast pig at a public dinner, witli
a bundle of upholstery all packed
on one particular spot, sufllcicnt to
furnish a hospital ward, and about
as sightly as the hump on a camel's
back. Such is life. The love of
display remains tho same, and the
costumes of refined modern Honolulu
are about on a par, for sense and
beauty, with those of a hundred
years ago, when old Captain Cook
found the islanders in an untutored
We think that the unsatisfactory
working of the Board system of
government, treated of by this
morning's Herald, is mainly due to
the method of constitution. The
system in uso here has certainly
been far from satisfactory in its
workings. Hut tho boards aie so
formed as to constitute a laice, or a
burlesque, or something resembling
something of that nature. Our
boards look like decentralization at
first glance, but n second glance
discovers that they aie not what
they at first appear to be. Every
board, except the recently appointed
Hawaiian Board of Health, is pre
sided over and controlled by a
Cabinet Minister, and the president
of each board seems to consider
himself possessed of authority to
act as lie pleases and when lie
pleases, without consulting his
board, and entirclj' independent of
it. What is the uso of a board at
all under the circumstances? None
whatever. It is just as easy for the
Minister to do the same thing in his
ministerial capacity, as to do it in
Hie capacity of President of a Board,
and perhaps a little less complicated.
There was a timu when the Board of
Education was independent of the
Cabinet, and did its work without
Ministerial interference. But that
arrangement, although satisfactory
to the intelligent public, was not in
harmony with the genius of the
central governing power, and a
change had to bo effected. The
Board declining to resign on invita
tion, was ejected. Since that day,
wc have had no independent board,
and are not likely to have as long as
tho community is willing to submit
quietly to whatever the parties in
power may deem fit to dictate. In
our humble opinion, there is no
system of local self-government so
good as tho board system ' in vogue
in some of the British colonics. The
members are elected by the rate
payers, and the president elected
by tho members, from among them
selves. The president is simply
pecsiding officer, with a casting vote
in ease of a tio, and possessed of no
power to act in any matter without
a majority of tho board. Every
member, including the president, is
directly responsible to tho electors.
The election is annual. Board meet
ings nro held in the evenings, with
open doors, and tho public nro at
liberty to enter and watch proceed
ings. Thoso who contribute tho
funds, havo a rcspoiiHlblo body to
deal with, and deal with them they
do pretty roughly if they chance to
get off tho straight line. Wo enn
conccivo of no system of local self
government in which the people have
a moro direct yolcc or a moro abso
lute control. Moreover, its working
is highly satisfactory to tho tax
payers. It is pretty certain that no
such system, in which the people
who conliibuto the money for the
support of government have their
just, inlltienee in its disbursement,
will ever bo adopted hero until tho
people insist upon it. The authori
ties avo very unlikely to voluntarily
A CHEAP BUT DANGEROUS FUEL.
Water gas is thu latest develop
ment in the line of cheap fuel, but
like a great many now and benefi
cent inventions, it presents dillleul-
tica in adapting it to practical pur
poses, for which science must Ibid a
remedy. It has been introduced in
Troy, N. Y., for domestic and ma
nufacturing purposes, and proved
an economical success, but a tra
gedy has shut down the works and
stopped the business for the present.
A number of citizens of Troy were
mysteriously prostrated in vaiious
parts of the city, and three were
found dead in their rooms. The
mystery was soon traced to the wa
ter gas. It is entirely odorless, and
leakage, cither in a building or from
outside mains, may produce sick
ness and death without any intima
tion of its presence. Troy is tho
second place in the United States to
experiment with this fuel on a large
scale, Lynn, Mass. being the lirst.
The works at the latter place have
been successful, but several changes
have been made since they were
first established. An investigation
is now being conducted at Troy to
find, if possible, some means of
safely using the gas. Its cheapness
and convenience make those who
have used it loth to give it up, and
all means will be used to render its
employ ment as free from danger as
possible. S. I Bulletin.
According to tho Pmncc, the
number of Germans in Paris is lo,
000, among whom there arc between
9,000 and 10,000 belonging to the
German army ; while there are not
more than 1,800 Eicnehmcu in the
whole German Empire.
AUCTION SALE OF
Ilv mder of MR. KHUCC CART
AVIUGHT.wewill bllat Public Auction,
ON FRIDAY, MARCH 11TH.
At 10 o'clock, ii. m.,
At liK late lUsldoncc, NiiuMiu Direct,
(1'nty nivmii-fij, llm Hntibfhold Funii-tur.-,
1UOUN1NG UI1AII S,
B. W.HAT RACK!
liiuuiii hel.ee, Vienna (Jlnilir,
I1KI) LOUNGE, upholstered In SPk
2 Carved B. W. M. T. Bedroom Sets
PiiU'iit Ki eki-r. upholstered lit Leather,
1 l.ci.thct cuvuicil . W. Lounge,
llmck Walnut Cir.lTnbkx,
CuilaiiH and lambrequin-,
Bl.icl; Walnut M. T. Table,
1 Painting, "Mount Shasta,"
Rugfi, Onrpetf, H. V. Cliulrbulcio,
1 II. V. L'llli, Hnttoi -Tray.
Moqullo "uls, rilnirlo liudaleiidf,
I Black Walnut Set!
Uphol-tcicd In Leather, consisting of
1 Patent Hooker, ii Ann Chains
4 P..nor Oli.ui-., 1 Liningi?,
Muck Walnut Extension Table, Ciock
i!iy and Glu uiiiu.
1 Aug. Jungblut Co.'s Billiard
ino d cuulllloii, with Cues, Cut link,
milium uuil P. 1 Hull- mid Pins,
Gas Pixtuic-, Ii r Millard Table,
Flow i r Pot",
A lot of Cinio'1, Hows, Arrows, iVo , Ac.
CSTThcNiui'imi Huh will leave the
l'hiitliciii Sialili'i at II 45 ii. m., on the
d iy of s.ilo
Thu house will ho open for ln-pci Hon
on 'lhunday, Mitroli 10, from U it in. lo
!l p. in.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
76 3t Auctioneer.
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
lly order of JIR. O. DUVAL, wi will
soil lit Public Auction,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
Ai 12 o'clock noon,
At our Sales! oom, Qticin Street, that
dtsuahlo picmutes on
tit present occupied as a resilience by
The Lot has a floatage of HO fort on
Luualllo Street, and a depth of 151) feet,
and is well covert d with gum-. Water
laid on thinuchout tho premUui.
There U an tho promNci1,
A 2-Story Dwelling: Hoose
Well mid hiibstinllally built, wiili Buy
Wludowtfrontlng the ftrect.
Tho house contains a spacious l'niior,
Dining Itoom mid Hedioom on tho
lowerjlloor. AImi, l.nigo Kitchen, Pan
try and Hath Room. Un tho upper lloor
are :i llcdtooius, each furnished with
Clothes Closets. Theio U also a largo
Carriage House and Stahjo un Iho Lot
This is one of ho inos-t deshablu lesl
ilcneo oftVicil for ao. The ground
having a natural tin, o cusuies pcifcet
Drainage, and eoniiuauils an excellent
view fiom Diamond Head to thu Wul
tSTTnilli? wlclilii,' to Inspect tho
piemlMM I'liu do ho by application to the
E, 1. ADAMS & CO.,
73 td Auctioneers
CANARY BIRDS I
A MALT. CONSIGNMENT OF
Fine Songsters, for tale, cheap.
77 Cor. Fott & Queen S fi.
For Portland, Or.
ThcAl llrltlsh Hark
Will sail for thu above port on or about
March 9th, 1887.
For freight or pisjage apply to
F. A. SGHAEFER & 00-,
T7 '21 Agent?.
Peek's New and Improved
All onlcrs for the above must bead
drcsicd to 1. . Ilox 4H3. 77 lm
Wodnosday Evening, March Oth,
Friday Evening, March I Ith,
Saturday, March 12th, Matinoe and
The Oura Comp'ny
will, wlilie en route
to San Francisco, New York, London
and I'arl?, give a short seiuou in Ilono
lulu. This CYmpany consists of twelve
perfornr.r'i, males uiul females. Their
feats aie marvelous, new and niiincioiis,
unbracing the famous
ACT OF OG-AWA,
(walking with bare feet on llieri'Zor like
edge) of Ynconln swr rl), w.ilklng in
111 c "lib bare feet, (to., eie.
The celulir.itcd trick, Revolving a
Hugo Tub, with one performer ins'do
and one on the outside, th i
Greatly Improved, Balancing V ns Uin.
Inellas, eic, are also among the Cat).
Door open ut 7 :f0 p. in A matinee
will be gien at 2 p. ni.,ou Sal in day,
when admission will be fiO veutN lo
all pirti of the house.
CttV Entire chunga of progi.immc
cue. i evening.
Hot Finn open at A. M.HIiWElTV,
JLl the persons hereunder iinnu d have
formitl u SPECIAL I'AKIXEHSUIP.
Firsts Thu name under which the
rarucrhhip is to 1u rondiielcd Is
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Second: Tho gcneial naluio of the
business intended to bo transacted is the
liutiincss cf Importers, Sugar Factors
and Comnii'.slon Meichauts
'I he plnco where stiuh business is to be
tratiMiclcd is in Iho Kingdom of tho
Hawaiian Islands with an o'Hre on the
South coiner of Fon and QiK.cn Streets
in Honolulu, In said Kingdom.
Third: Tho names and loldcnccR nnd
the f-peciflcaUoii of general and special
i lutncrt. aiu as follows:
Tnr. FOLLOWING AIlKMKNnitALl'AUT.NKUS:
H. W. Schmidt, residing ut said llouo.
Paul Iscnberg, tedding at Brumen,
II. F. Glade, redding at slid Honolulu.
J. F. Hackfcld, jo-liling at mi hi llouo.
K. Mullcr, residing at said Honolulu.
TIIK I'OLl OWINCI AHB WKOIAL l'AKTNI 113
J. C. Glade, residing at lesbaden,
J W. Pilugcr, residing at Bremen,
Dr. II. II. l'lliigirtslillngatUreinoii,
J. C. Plluger, U'sldlni: nt Bremen,
Fourths Tho period at which such
p'lilncridiip was begun Is September 1st,
188(1. and it Is to continue until Septem
ber 1st, 1891.
H. W. SOIIMIDT.
J. F. HACKFELD,
.1 W PFLUGEH,
II. II PFLUGKR,
CO tu -It J. 0. PFLUGEH.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas Mill.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
this Kingdom my daughter Miss
Rose Adler liu f.ill power of ntlorney
lo act for mo, as 1 Iravo per Alameda,
March Uth. LOUIS ADLKH.
JOHN A. SPEAR lnvlnB this day
U bought out the entire interest of
CHARLES II. PFEIFFEH, In tho late
llrm of Spear and 1'fellVer, begs to notl.
is his fininer customers and the publiu
Unit he Is tho solo owner of slid butl.
nes-s, and will carry ''ii the business of
siid Into Hun, soliciting for himself thu
paliomigo herctrioio accorded h.iLI Dim
All debt and claims against the said
late llrm of Spear & l'ftlflur wljl hu
paid by the uiiuersieiu'd,
Dated Mmeh -till, 18s7. 77 lm
ONE TRAM CAR AND 00 FFKT
of T Hnll?, six pounds to the loot,
with bolts mid fish-plates complete.
Suitable for Warehouse or Plantation.
Apply to 1IOLLISTER & CO.
Thls Une voting trolling bred slnltlou
will tatd lh' onilni' icison nt Dctld's
Stables, Kipiolaul I 'ail;, to a limited
mini her of mines
TtM-ms tstfO.OO NoiiHon.
APTOS CHIEF, lay etnlllon, by
Spienlatlon; he by lty.dyk's Humble.
Ionian, out of Marlh'i Washington, by
Burr's Washington; her dam bj Aljdil.
lull. Ul dam by Ltidy Pool, by Skigg's
Itittler; her (lam by Glincoe. The
above stallion was rabed by Sir Clans
For fitttlitr putletilais enquire nttho
FASHION SlAlli.Lf, or ul F. HUS
TAOK, nl Htisiate it RubertsonV ofilco,
Jtieen Sireet. 7'Jlm
Young Venture, Jr.
This Jlno young trottlng-brcd stallion,
4 yeirs old, will stand for tie coming
season nt the corner of QUEEN A:
Terms, $25 the Scnxon.
YOUNG VENTURE Is a bhe't btal
lion, bred by Mr. Horner, of Maul; his
dam was a liim in ire. 1: nt f P.iichi'ii and
half Black Moigim; lie is kind, gentle
nnd stylish: no faults whatevei, and
one of the eloe.-t bred slalllotis in thu
Kingdom, which shows staying power
In cam any marc should fail to have
n foal by him, Ills services will bo ron
dereil neH hui.un free of cliarpe.
For furlhur tuirtlctilars cnnulri; of
77 lm OAPl'. CLUNEY.
On Account of being Ovor Stooked
Black Sack Suits !
Black Frock Suits!
Molt unci Htiir.
ETC. ETC. ETC.
Z3 We will make a reduction on tho
nl ove Goods.
Now is your ch nice to buy Black
S. J. FIS
Lunch 11 iW a. it., till i!::if) r. v.
Potk Satifitge, Loin Steak.
Fork Chop, ' Mutton Cutlet,
Veal Gullet Bieided, Welsh Kurt bit,
Cold Corned Spired Beof,
Cold Ko,it Mutton,
Fruit, Cake, F.to.
Comuiciices at si:! Or. m i litis till 8 l'. m.
Carriages at all bonis, day and night.
Saddle Hurres, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Cirts with stylish and gji.tlo
horn's to let.
A few Hoisec, guaranteed. Second
lmml IlacLs, Open nnd Top Boggle,
Caits and ilarnes.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone !12, or apply to
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON AC
toiiiit of tho death of Yong Kong
Ung, Manager of tho Htm of Wing Chung
Lung, now doing huslncf.s on corner of
Maunakua and Hotel Btreets, Honolulu.
Lin Tan Ilnong is heroby appolnled as
m inager of said llrm hereafter. He his
full power to Mgii Iho llrm name and
bonow money for tho benefit of raid
lit in. 03 llw
rpiIF. FIRM OF SPEAR & PFEIFER,
1. having 1 cen dissolved by older of
Ibn Kmneii'M (N)lllt unil tin, inwlni.timi.t
appointed Rerulvetj notlu) Is hombv
, glvtn thai i lit 11 o mock of WiikIks
I and. I owelty wll u on tain at the store
of tpeart PIMiui for a hhort tline, at
I All parties Indebted to this firm are
I notified to mtiku settlement at onto.
I W. F. ALLEN,
Receiver for Spenr & Kiel for.
Honolulu, Fib 10, 1867. fifl lm
fF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
L advertise In the Daily 11ulli:ti.v,
Hell Tel. lit!. Mutual Tel. fi72.
P. O. Nov UI7.
J. E. BROWN & GO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Ecal Estato Agents, Cus
tom Hcuso and Money Brokers.
FIIIE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Li;aso, Contiact?, and all kinds of Con.
Vcjvtn'jlng. Tnidcfincn's Books will,
ten up, Rents mid Accounts col.
lecltd, Returns prompt
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Oiler the fi 1 i wing:
Houso lo Rent and Furniture (or Sale.
Limsu $2(1 1 er iniitith. House ciiulnlui.
S rooms and bath; also hot and cold
watei ; good localltv, live inlmiloj'
walk from PostOlllte.
For Sale Home and Lot. About Df
nine, within llvemluiit"S walk if Post
Ollice. House tonlalns 1) iconic, late
ly put In. coed lepair Slable1 and
To Rent. Three Houses onLlliha Street.
For Sale 1 Optn SldiBir Buy gy, cheap.
For Salo Cheap. Square Piano, 7" On
laves, iu good order.
1 Upright Piano, 7-j Cc'ac?, in good
Rooms to Ronl. Four veiy hand otnelv
futnUliid rooms in largo home; well
situated on Nimnnu Avenue. Rent
$1.1 a month each.
To Lei. The houso and grounds sltuntrd
In Niiu.mu Aenup, teeenlly occupied
by A. J. Cartwilght, Jr , Ef"q.
To Let. A n.roomed Onttnge, with Car.
riige House and Outhouse", Numinii
Avenue, near Governinant reservoir,
abovu ht Queen Dov.agcr Emma's
jdace, with idiout L' acres of hmd 2.f
miles from twu. Rent $10 per month
To Lol. A G.roomedCainge.wllli kitchen
attached; upper end of Xiuianu
Acnue, oppolto " Valley Home," in
excellent order. Rent $ltf.
For Salo or Loaso -With immcllale pos
hes ion, i hut valuable cMalo known as
Iho MJUANIT VALLEY RaNCIL
situated iu the Xiiuiinii Valley, ty'
miles fiom the cliy, and undoubtedly
the imist cllglblo bite for n milk or
milk ni.d butter diviry lu thlsKliigdom
To Lot. Two Cottages, situated in the
Chinc-e Chinch piemUe-.
Wanted. Aici-pcetiblu Englhh or Gir.
man Gill to a.--l.sl in a small lnmlly.
Wanted IU ntoiupctcnt Enijineei, hold,
log III. stela: s certilhalc, and highl
recemiurndrd, situation at sea or on
Wanted to Rent. A Cottage, containing
Iniiri'i- live rooms. Must be in good
locally, nnd within lm or fifteen
lninuics1 walk ul Pusl Ollice.
Wanted. A .Tnpntit s-j Nuisa.
Situation Wanted By a cnpahlo nnui,
tlioionghiy undi.rftands ihe care of
lotes. liooil driver, if lcquiied;
married; i o j;o(il houstkeejier and
Situation Wanlcd By a t-tialy innu, as
coiunuiitii or charge of "Indies; higl
ly rcconimcnihd. W ell ticqiialnttd
Situation Wanted By t-teudy innu; mm
rled. Undfi'htands the cant of .stock;
Good driver. Wile good fcamstress.
Situation Wanted By an txncricnccd
liiriie.niakct ; not particular as to
employment; wages not so much mi
obji.cJ.as a peimanent position.
Situation Wanlcd By mi txpeiienced
A't'oiiniunt and Fool;. keeper, from
lit j Coast.
28 Mercli ml Sireet.
A LARGE NUMBElt OF BEAUTI
X. fill )teimt.s from nil parts of ihe
w oi Id air.iiiged for exhibition through
strong leiues undir a ioweiful light,
will keopemd nt the building known
as the Astor House, on Hnltl Stteet, on
WEDNESDAY EVENING, March 2nd,
ISaT, at 7:S0 p.m., and will remain open
from 1 till r, p. in., and ?::ju daily.
Adiuisilon 25 cents. Special intc for
A Now Lot of-
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in this Market.
Haw, Bell JTelepIione Co,
Reduction joff Rates!
COMMENCING OX THE KITtST OK
April iiixi, Ihe ii'ijtnl of all instrui
merit" In umi In the District of Konn, lei
land of Oaliii, will bu leduied lo $500
Ptrsoiis deslilng lo make cnntiacts
for one jxar nt this rate will bo tur.
nlbhed with forms on iipplicatlou at the
ollice of the Cciupiny.
AilUcnuiit of 10 pur cent will he al
lowed to Milucribir.s paying a year's
lent iu advance.
Prwidtnt Haw. Hell Tel. Co.
Honolulu, Ecbmary ai, 18S7. 105 lm
The ! Inett llranu of
in the Market nt the
CENTRAL CIGAR STAND,
I'. mr.lKI(, ITopilnlor.
TF YOU LOOSE ANYTHING,
X advertlto It lu the Dailv Uuu.utin.
Hell Telephone U1H. 1. O. Ilox 4 1 til
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
JlookH wi'ltli-n up. AeroitntM nml
Employnani nnd Milpplng Acdicr.
Lihor Conliiut lllanks nnd Reidiuu
Slumps iilway on hand. Copying nnd
Iransiaticg iu nil langunges umd In this
Kingdom. Oidirs from the other If.
lands will rccelvo piomiit nttentlon.
Valuablo Properties for Sale 2 Acres of
Land, splendidly slttinud In Mnklkl
1 Acre lu iMakikl, on Berclatdi street,
IJu Ao'i's wltl 1 ii" in Coliiwc, i'fi LI Ilia
strt'el, A rate i h into.
For Lcajp. 10 AcriMtif f.am', miles
Irom Arossmaii's corner ir inns of
whh li Is suitable for either Rice or
'laro, and lias bleu under cultivation
for the lait C jitiii,. All buildings
nccissuy for a Mist-class little ranch
now on tin' ptcinUe .
Wanted. A Situation "y a cotnpelent
practleil Eiigincer, who has had many
years' o.puiTciiee, and cau give Ihe
be-t of refuienciB. Employment on n
For Salo 2ii"ies or Choice Taro Land,
thualc ne ir the limine Asylum.
Wanted Employ ment bv competent
siciily, hostleis who will maUotlieni
stives ireful in taking earn of door
jards and gnrdens, and in other light
work requital by pilv.ilo lnmlly.
Wanted. A Cottage wl'hlii 11 vo miniiles'
walk of thu Post Office, suitably up.
pointed for thu ncconituodUlou ol a
Full particulars given upon nppllca.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Lattly occupied by Messrs. Smith &
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE I OT, corner Pcnsacola
and Lunnlilo Sts, which can bo
dividtd Into two or more building lots.
Euquiioof G. WEST,
51 Of West, Low it Co.
Issued about tho mitkllo anil end of
Of Original Matter !
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To any addte?s in tho Kingdom.
Subscription to foroign countries,
$2,50 per annum.
To be had at
J. H. Soper, : : : Merchant St
A. M. Hewott, : : " "
Daily'Bulletin Offloe, : Queen St
and form tho News Carriers.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. IBotel tV Aiiikfti Sit'eH.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Llbiary ronslhts at tho present
time of oer Five Thousand Volumes.
The Reading Room Is Mtpplled with
about ilfly of tho loading nowspapers
and pei Iodic lis.
A Parlor Is piovlded for eonvcrsatlou
m games. -
Terms of membership, llfty cents a
3ionth, payable quarterly In advance.
No foi nuillty ii-qulied in joining except
signing tho roll.
.Strangeis from foreign countries and
vlsltois from tho other islands nro wel
come to the looms at nil times as guests.
This Association having no legular
incatis of Hippoit except tho dues of
inomueri., It Is expected that residents .
of Honolulu who desire aviill them
selves of lis pilvlleges, and all who feel
an luleii'st iu malntululng an liibtltutlon
of this kind, will put down their names
uud become legiilarcoulilbutorg.
M. 31. SCO'lT, Ylco-Piesldent,
II. A. PARMELEE, Secretary,
O, T, RODGERS, il.p,,
tlinlrmun Hull and Library Committee,