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The Court will go Into full mourning
forller Into Roynl lliglmcsa Princess
Likcllko from thU dutu until tbo day
nftortho Funcial; nnd will wear hnlf
mourning from tint tlmo unll tho ex.
plratlon of two weeks from tho day of
CUKTIS 1 JAUKKA,
II. M.'s Chamberlain
lolnnl Palace, Feb i), 1887.
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Bat established for tho benefit of all.
THURSDAY. MAR. 10. 1887.
RUMORS OF WAR.
The Australia brought no news of
a European war commenced, but
news that boeni to indicate that a
European war is being nearly
reached on the programme of events.
If one allows himself to be carried
away with all the latest rumors and
opinions, he cannot evade the belief
that war is near at hand. But we
have been fooled over and over
again iti the recent past, which makes
us more sparing of credulity in the
present. That a great European
war is brewing, and will ultimately
bo placed on tap, is univcrally con
ceded. As to when the brewing
process will be completed, is a ques
tion which no one can dclluitcly set
tle at present. It may bo during
tho coming summer, or the time
may be postponed to some indefinite
period in tho future. When wc hear
tho sound of the cannon, or learn
from credible testimony that others
have heard it, then we shall know
that war 1ms commenced.
a- i n , n
Eniron Buli.utin: What is the
matter with the Ililo people, espe
cially with those of tho so-called
experts of volcanic phenomena? It
has not been possible during the
past few weeks to take up a weekly
paper in which there does not ap
pear some -alarming account of a
lava flow breaking out or about to
break out from Mauua Lou. Most
of these alarms come from Ililo.
Now, as far as the view of Mauna
Loa from this place extends, and it
is a clear one to tho summit when
the mountain is free from the clouds,
there has been nothing occurring to
cause such alarming accounts.
There has certainly been a little
steam arising from ,Mokuawcoweo
now and again, since the first out
break, but not to the extent spoken of,
and I fail to nee anything alarming
in this. Is not steam constantly
arising at Kilauca? And is an' one
alarmed at it? Why theushould it be
predicted that another outbreak of
lava is about to occur from Mauna
Loa becausa Mokuawcowco is steam
ing? Mr. Hitchcock says ho is
very certain another How of lava
must occur, becauso no pahoehoe
was emitted at the last one, his rea
aon for this assertion being that the
flows of previous occasions have
brought forth both aa and pahoe
hoe. Can this gentleman prove
these two kinds of lava are not of
the same substaneo, and tho diffe
rence is not caused after it leaves
tho earth? one very good authority
(Capt. Dutton), I believes gives it
as his opinion that aa is formed by
tho lava being congealed by tho
cold air when being thrown to a
great height, as it leaves the earth,
but tho question still seems an open
one and I shall bo glad to bo in
structed on it ; but I do think that
Mr. II. gives a poor reason for as
serting that another outbreak will
occur at an early day. Is thcro
any record in previous times of ono
flow following so quickly after an
other? Tho 8081 flow to Ililo did
certainly at one time slacken its out
put, and then start up with renewed
vigor, but from its commencement it
did not ccaso running until its llnal
stoppage on Oth August '81.
In your paper of tho 19th Feb.
you say a postal card from Ililo
says : A lava flow has broken out
on the side of Mauna Loa, nnd is
evidently running down tho moun
tain towards Kapapala or vicinity.
I don't wish to say your correspon
dent has wilfully fabricated this
item of news. It may have been
told him by some one else, but 1 do
deny the truth of it, no light ha9
appeared on Mauna Loa, neither has
any lava been running or is run
ning towards "Kapapala," or any
where else on this side of the moun
tain. Tho only signs of Mauna Loa
being alive, as seen from here, has
been tho rising of steam or vapour
from tho summit, and that not in
largo quantities. In conclusion of
my remarks on this mutter, 1 must
say that many of the accounts scut
to tho papers, of the late earth
quakes and volcanic outbreak were
much exaggerated. Wo residents
of Kau certainly had a bad enough
time of it, but some accounts made
it look worse. Asking for the in
sertion of this in an early issue,
yours &c, T. C. W.
Fahala, Kau, March 0, 1887.
NO LAVA FLOW.
Eunon HiiLLUTiK : In your issue
of Feb. 10th, I sec, that someone
has written from Ililo, saying, that
"a lava flow has broken out on the
side of Mauua Loa, and is evidently
running down the mountain towards
Kapapala, etc." Now, as I reside
at Kapapala, and have a beautiful
view of the mountain, I want to
contradict this statement, nnd say
that nothing like n lava flow, has
been seen, on or near Kapapala.
It seems to me, that Hawaii has n
good many would-bo volcano pro
phets on it, who have, and are pre
dicting lava flows every day. Peo
ple in Honolulu had hotter stay
there until they hear from good au
thority that a lava flow is on its
way down, this sidu of the moun
tain, before the' start up to sec it,
or they will be sure to get a
A native, who resides here, and
who guided the Hew E. 1'. Baker
to the summit of the mountain
where the snow was at its heaviest
wishes to say, lie will guide any
party or parties, to Mokuawcowco
and back, snow or no snow.
Yours etc. J. Monsauuat.
Kapapala Ranch, March 5, 1887.
TAHITI I.UMOKADH WOltKS.
The Tahiti Lemonade Works, at
Sunny South, on the road half way
to Makiki, established there for the
pure artesian water since 1881, are
well worth a visit, for their spacious
ness, completeness and the beauti
ful machinery employed. Their
inspection will amply recompense
anyone, and espccially.if he be in
quisitive as to the process of making
aerated waters, of which such enor
mous and ever-increasing quantities
are consumed daily and hourly all
over the world.
By the Glengabcr, now in port,
the proprietor has lately received an
anti-atmospheric apparatus, Mc
E wen's patent, owned l3' Mr. 1).
Rylands, of Barnsley, Yorkshire,
England, and which is fast throwing
out of use nil the old systems. This
machine is specially designed for
producing aerated waters of excep
tional purity nnd strength, from
which, during tho process of making,
all impurities arc scientifically re
moved, and all atmospheric air ex
cluded, whilst having a power of
several hundred dozen per day.
For the bcncllt of those not in
formed, it may bo here stated that
there are two systems of making
gaseous waters, viz. : the American
or intermittent, and tho European
or continuous, the difference between
tho two being easily understood.
Tho American plan consists in
placing two or more cylinders, con
nected by tubing, side by bide ; in
tho first of which the gas is pro
duced by allowing sulphuric acid to
run down from tho generator above,
on to tho carbonate or whiting be
low, and which gas by the pressure
evolved rushes with great force into
the second cylinder, and commingles
theio with the water previously placed
in it for tho purpose of saturation.
In this process neither pump nor
gasometer is used, and tho opera
tion is perfectly simple, ingenious,
The European or continuous sys
tem, universally adopted in England
nnd throughout the continent of
Europe, does not permit tho repudi
ation of cither the pump or the
gasometer, as the high scientific
authorities on tho subject declare
the gasometer to bo absolutely in
dispensable in every apparatus,
intended to produce an article of
commerce aerated waters health
ful and perfectly pure; notwith
standing tho pretensions of those
who, for their own ends, assert they
believe, or would have others believe,
that both gasometer and pump may
bo suppressed with impunity.
Tho utility of the gasometer is
evident after a little investigation
and study. It stoics and expands
the gas after it has been purified by
passing, in its way from the gener
ator, through sixty to n hundred
gallons of water. Tho use of
powerful pumps is equally recog
nizable, as their arranged speed
keeps tho pressuro in the cylinders
always at tho same height, and this
can bo dono by no other known
To return to tho Tahiti Lcmonado
"Works, this, wo bcliovo, is the only
manufactory on theso islands using
tho more complicated machinery of
gasometers and pumps, driven by
steam power. Tho Anti-Atmospheric
machine above referred to as re
cently received, may be said to
lcprescnt the last victory of pro
gress, as (putting its pretty, grace
ful, nnd striking appearance aside),
it is guaranteed to make tho purest
and best aerated waters in the
world, against all competitors, at a
saving of !30 pciccnt In material and
00 percent In power no small mat
ter where making several hundred
dozen a day is concerned.
The largo factory at Sunny South,
CO feet in length, is cool anil admir
ably clean, and tho different ma
chines (there arc three) arc remark
able for their polished brilliancy.
With them no metal contamination
can possibly take place, as they arc
thoroughly covered with silver.
Everyone is recommended to visit
these works, where, at nil times, the
public arc freely admitted and wel
FRIDAY, MARCHaith, '87,
At 10 o'clock a. in., at my salesroom,
IwlllK'lInt Pnblli! Auction, a general
A lot of
Books from a Private Library
wVncl nt 1 Noon,
S SAlULE IIORS12S !
and a complete outfit consisting of
One Family (Cut Under) Carriage!
uouhi: ai ii,vhxi:hh.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
60 It Auctioneer.
A WOMAN to net as Companion and
Help in Private Fuinllv. In
quire at tliU olllco. hO Ut
MECHANIC ENGINE CO.
npilK MEMBERS OK THIS COM
XPAXY me it-quested to meet lit
their Engine liou-o at 7:30 this evening,
10 inieiiu n li in.
J AS. 1 MORGAN,
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
AsHortod Widths and Lengths
Jurt received per "C. It. Bishop," In
good order, &ni for Bale in
QUANTITIES TO SUIT
At very Low Trie;?, by
H, HACKFELD & CO.
GHAS: J. FiSHEL,
The Leading Millinery House.
We havo Ibis day received by the S. 8.
Australia, tliu finest line of
ever shown In this city. They nre
all Colors and lliuvcry
A Complete lino of
In White nml Hliick. All
llio Latest Novelties in
WingB and Hat Trimmings !
which will bo on Exhibition on
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
The Leading Millinery House.
(Wit. ldltf & IIOTJ3L. S'J'.S.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON Ac
count of tho death of Yong Kong
Ung, Manager of tho llrm of Wing Chang
Lung, now doing biiblncfB on comer of
Mnuimkca nnd Uo'lI streets, Honolulu,
Lin Tim Ilnong Is hereby nppoliitcd (is
malinger nt said Mini heicaftcr. Uo has
full power to tdgn the firm name ami
honow money for tho boucflt of said
firm, C3 Sw
Facie Carriage Co.
Telophono 410, both Companies.
OFFICE ANO CARRIAGE STAND:
Corner Qneoti Sc X'orL Ht.
1 All Carriages
C. Buchanan, 129.; tnls Company
nro owned by
W. Mooro, - 200. : their drivers,
N. Peterson, .201,: who wl.n S"'
' deavor to do
0. Baker, 09. : Uiclr lust to
J.Brown, 103,: fftlsfy l'Hr pa
' ' 1 trons by civility
N. Doyle, GO. : nnd mouckatk
Oceanic Steamship Comity
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the nbovo
Wednesday, Mar. 16
For Freight or Passage, apply to
SO WM, Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Will glvo n performance for tho Benefit
of file HONOLULU YACHT AND
NEW LOCAL HITS!
Tho full Programme will lo given In
' Box l'lun open nt J. K. BROWN &
CO.'ri on Monday morning. tO 8c
A PINK AND WHITE PARROT.
XJL A liberal rawaru will be mid lor
its return to HOLLIaTER & CO.
SMALL CONSIGNMENT OF
Fine SongMers, for t-ulo cheap.
77 Cor. Fort is Queen S'h.
.Ex .ViiMtraliu, ui
Noltc's Beaver Salooo.
A ScDerior Oprtiny
For n Coui'KQ of 8 I.o.ssuuh,
Sulllcicnt (o get the pupil to leading and
writing Pnonography, $10.00.
For u Complete Ulcmeiitnry
Of Twcnty.four Lesson?, $18.00.
For the Itepoi'tiiiK Coiu'nc,
A sulllcicnt number of Lessons to miiko
tho pupil, with proper exertions on his
pari, a Pinctic.il Iteporter, 875. Or.
Reporting Lcasons may be taken in
Courses of Tttenty.four Lestons, for
18 per Course, Throo Courses, or
suvcnty.two Lessons, will geneially uf.
This instruction may bo tukf u by mall.
For particulars cnqulro at THIS OF
FICE. 70 lm
I RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
X SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
thU Kingdom my (laughter JUlss
II080 Adlor has full power of attorney
lo net for mo, as I leave per Alameda,
March 11th. I.OUIS AULER.
JOHN A. SPEAR biivng this day
tf bought nut the eutliu Intciest of
OIIAKLKS II. PFEIFFER, In tbo late
linn of Spear and I'folller, begs to noti.
fv his former eiiblomew und tho public
th'it he Is the solo owner of s ild bml.
ness, nnd will eniry on tho huslnnis ol
said into llrm, soliciting for IiIiiimiII' the
patronage heretofore accorded said llrm.
All debt and claims ugnlnst the eald
late flim of Spear & Pfclller ) bo
paid by tho undersigned.
JOHN A. SPEAH.
Dated March -Rli, 187. 77 fin
TFYOU LOOSE ANYTHING,
X lulvorthu It in tho Daily Bui.li.ti.n,
WMWWWMlitflfcy'JfFflRKrMfg fH WW
"AUCTION SALE OF
llv oidcr of Mil. llHUOB CA11T
WIUGHT.wc will sfll nt Public Auction,
ON FRIDAY, MARCH 11TH,
At 10 o'clock, n. in.,
At his Into residence, Niuinnu street,
(l'nty premises), the Household Furni
B. W.HAT RACK!
Rattnn Seltec, Vienna Chair?,
HKI) LOUNGE, upholsteied In Sl'k
2 Carved B. W. M. T. Bedroom Sots
Patent Hooker. upholstered In Leather,
1 Louther covcre.l 1). W. Lounge,
Black Wuluul Card Tables,
Curlnln nnd Lambrcipilno,
Black Walnut M. T. Table,
1 Painting, "Mount Shasta,"
Hugs, Carpels, B. W, Clicllonlere,
1 11. W. Crib, Butler Tray?,
Hnlr Mnttrcssc3,8rritig Mattresses,
Mosquito Nets, Single Bedsteads,
I Black Walnut Set!
Upholstered In Leather, consisting of
1 Patent Rocker, L Arm Chairs,
4 Parlor Clinlm, 1 Lounge,
Blick Walnut Extension Table, Crock
eiy ami (Unaware.
1 Aug. Jungblut Co.'s Billiard
in good condition. Avilh Cues, Cue Rack,
'Billiard and Pool Balls mid Pins,
Gas Fixtures for Blllluid Table,
A lot of Cuilo.', Bow?, Arrows, &c , &c.
E3f The Niiuiinu Bus will leave the
Pnntliecii Stable! at ):io a. m., on the
day of silo.
The hoii'o will he open for Inspection
on Thumlay, March 10, from U ii. m. to
8 p. m.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
78 lit Auctioneer..
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
By ordi r of MR. 0. DUVAL, wo u 111
sell at Public Auction,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At IS o'clock noon,
At our Sale-room, Queen Street, that
dcsiiable pi onuses on
at pres-cnt occupied as a residence by
The Lot has a frontno of HO fert on
Lunalilo Street, nnd a d''pth of 150 feet,
und is well encrid with gins. Water
laid on thioughout the prcmhc).
There is an tho premise.0,
A 2-Story Dwulllng House
Well and substantially buili, uith Bay
Wiiulowwfrontlng tho ttreet.
The houo contains n spacious Parlor,
Dining Jiooin nnd Bedroom on the
lowei jlloor. Al-o, Largo Kitchen, Pau
tiy and Bath Boom. On the upper Hom
me !! Bedrooms, each furnished with
Clothes Clotets. There Is nls-o u huge
Carriago House and Stsblo on tho Lot
This is one of tho most desluiblo resi
dence olfeied for bale. The giound
having n iiutiir.il sloto ensure-, peifeet
Drainage, and commands an excellent
view fioni Diamond Head to the Wnl
C3?"Partles wishing to inspect tho
premises can do m by application to tho
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
73 Id Auctioneers
Friday Evoning, March I Ith,
Saturday, March 12th, Matinee and
The Oura Oomp'ny
will, while en route
to Sun Francisco, New York, London
and Pnrifc, give a shot t suai-on in Mono,
lulu. This Cmiipmy cnimUtu of twelve
performers, males and females. Their
louts mo marvelous, now'ntid numero'is,
embracing tho famous
ACT OF OGAWA,
(walking whli bate feet on theinzor llko
edgoi of Yiicoiiin bwi U), walking In
llro wiih bare feet, etc., otc.
Tho cololirnted trick, devolving a
Hugo Tub, with ono pcrfoimer Inside
und one on the outside, tho
Greatly Improved, B'llanclng Fins, Urn.
brollns, otc, aro also among tho feat).
Doors open nt7:i:0p, m. A matineo
will bo given at 3 p. in., on Satiirduy,
when admission will bo 50 vciitH lo
all parts of the house.
tHir Entire change of piogrnmino
Box Plan open at A. M. HEWETT'S,
Peok's Now and Improved
All oidors for tho nbovo must bonil
dnsscd to V . . Jtox ,VMt, 77 lm
tFyou find anything,
X ndvcrtUo It in the Daily Bullutin
Bell Tel. 172. Mutual Tol. 872.
P. 0. Box 107.
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Real Estato Agents, Cus
tom House nnd Money Brokers.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Li'nm, Contincte, nml nil 1:1ml of Con.
vcyjuelng, Tinilefinen's Books wilt- .
ten up, Rent nnd Accounts cob
lectcd, lletuins prompt
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Oder tho following!
Ilpuso (o Rent and Furniture for Sale.
Le.i'o 20 per month. House contains
8 rooms mid bath; also hot and cold
wuteij good locality, (ho minutes'
walk rrom 1'os.t Olllee.
For Sato. Hoiio and Lot. About
acie, within live minutes walk of Post
Oltycc. House contains 0 rooms, late
ly put In good repair. Stables and
To Renl. Three Houses onLlllha Street.
For Sale 1 Open SideBnr Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Square Piano, 1 On.
tnvtM, In good order.
I Upilght Piano, 7Ji Octaves, in good
Rooms lo Rent. Four very linnd'omclr
l'liinlsliLd looms in largo homo; well
(-limited on JSiiuaiiu Avenue. Rent
$t") u mouth each.
To Let. The house and grounds situated
In Kiiii.inu Avenue, iceentlv occupied
by A. J. Cnrtwiighl, Jr., Esq.
To Let. A doomed Cottage, with Car
liago House and Out Iioiim c, Nuuanu
Avenue, nenr ("oveiumant rcervolr,
nbovo l.i tu Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with nhotitl! acres of land '2j
mild from tnwn. Rent $10 per month
To Lcl. AC-ioomcd Cottage, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuuiuiu
Avo'iue, opposite " Valley Home," in
excellent eider. tcnllt.
For Salo or Loaso -With Imtnodinto pos.
M" Ion. that vnlunblu cslato known ns
tho NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
situnlid In the Xuimmi Valley. 2J.
miles liom the city, and undoubtedly
the niot eligible site for n milk or
milk and butter dnli j In this Kingdom.
To Lcl. Two Cottages, situated In the
ChiiiOM) Chinch pfcmiC'.
Wanted. A rcr.pcctihlo English or Gcr.
man Gill to nsslsl in a small lmnily.
Wanted Uj n competent Engincct, hold.
lug llrst-cliifs certillcatoi, and highly
recommended, situation nt sea oi on
Wanted to Ronl. A Cottage, containing
lour or llvo rooms. Mutit bo in good
locality, mil within Kn or llfteen
minute)' walk of Post Oillee.
Wanted. A Japanese Ninse.
'Situation Wanted By n capable man,
thoioiighly underdunds iho caie of
ho'fes. Oood driver, if icqnlicd;
married; wl'o noud housikccncr nnd
Situation Wanted By n HKa'ly man, as
concnmau, or charge of ttnbles; higl -ly
recommended. Well nequnlntul
Situation Wanted By Heady man; mai
ried. Lndeistiinils the enro of slock;
Good driver. Wife goal seimstrcss.
Situation Wanted By mi (xrerienced
hiunc'MiMkcr; not p.uticiilar us to
employment; wa('s not fo much nn
object u. a pi-iin.itient position.
Situation Wanted By nn experienced
A'Toiinliiiit and L'ooh.kuci or, from
Officoto Let With "Window, if required,
in Campbell Block, Meichant street.
"8 Mcrrhint f"lrcet.
MISS CLARKE, who hns hud many
ycais c.Micrlcm o In Dress & Clonk
Milking, bus OPEXEI) A DRESSMAlv.
LNG ESTABLISHMFA'Tnt 101 Alakea
"IRS. RODANET, iho well-known
lTJL die.miiiikrr, leoently returned
lrom Paris, has her dro-making rooms
still on Emma sueet, above the square,
A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in this Market.
Haw. BellTelpliBiB Co.
COMMENCING OX THE FIRST OF
V Apiil mxi, the icniiil of nil instill
ments In uso in the District of Komi, Is.
hind of Onlm, will bo leduccd lo &S.00
Persons desiring to miiko contracts
for one year tit this rate will bo lur
nUlicd with forms on application nt tho
olllce ol the Company.
A discount of 10 per cent will bo al
lowed to MibMirlbers paying n year's
lent lu mlvanee.
President Haw. Bell Tel. Co.
Honolulu, February 21, 1837. 103 lm
illS ! MS!
Tho Finest Brand pf
in the Miuket nt the
WP A ronADQTUl
1'. JIIMIEMC, l'l'oui-iotor.
Hell Tel fiilinno Jb. P. o. JIox 4t0l
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
ItookM Avrllliu up, Accounts nml
Employment and Shipping Aecncy.
Labor Contract Blanks and Revcnuo
Htnmpi always on lnnd. Copying and
translating In all hiugnnge-i Usui In this
Kingdom. Onlm from tho other Ie
lands will rccelvo prompt attention.
Valuable Properties for Sale a Antes of
L'Uid.Vplondldly elliiniul In Makiki
1 Aon- in MnklM, on Burelnih Mrccr,
line building file.
I?n Acre wlih l.inom Collage, nn Llllha
btuol, A rato i bunco.
For Lease 40 AcrM of Land, 2 miles
from Mossmaii's corner IB neres of
which Is fctiilablo for cither Rico or
Taro, and bus been under cultivation
for tbo Inst 5 year. All biilldltigg
necessary for a tlrsl-class little runch
now on tin- premise .
Wanted. A Situation My a competent
practical Engineer, who has had many
years experience, and can glvo the
bet of ufeiciKKs. Employment on n
For Salo 2 neies or Choice Taro Land,
fclliittlo near the Insane Asylum.
Wanted Employment by tompctcnt
sicjdy, hostleis who will make them
selves useful in taking care of door
jnrds nnd gardens, nnd In other light
work required by piivato family.
Wanted. A Cottage wl'hln five minutes'
walk of the Post Oftlee, biilinhly np.
polntid for tho nccommodttlon of a
Full particulars givcu upon applica
No. 38 Merchant Stroot, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith &
This flno voung trotting bred stallion
wlllrtiiLil Hi j i-nmlng iuiivou at Dodd'a
Stables, Kaplolani Park, to n limited
number of marcs.
Tenuw, ti.'MMH) Senson.
APTOS CHIEF, hay stallion, by
Speculation; ho by lysdykn Humble.
Ionian, out ol Mm tha Washington, by
Uurr's Washington; her dam by Abdal.
lab. 1st dam liv Lady Pool, by Skagg's
lliltler; her (lain by Glcncoc. Tho
above stnllion was raited by blr Ciaus
For ftti titer particulars cnmiiro nt tho
FASHIOX STABLER or ot F. HUS
TAC1C, nl Uustaco iV ItoberUon's olllco,
Queen Street. 72 lm
Young Venture, Jr.
This flno young trottlng-brcd stallion,
4 ycirs old, will eland for the coming
se.i-on ut the ro'iier of QUEEN &
Tcvins, giS5 tho Season.
YOUNG VENTURK is n black stal.
lion, bred by Mr. Horner, of Maui; his
dam was a line mare, hnlf Pntehen and
half UI.ipU Morgan; ho is 1,1ml, gentlo
and hlylish; no faults whulever, and"
oue of the closest bred stnlllons in tho
Kingdom, which shows staying power
In cao any mnro should fail to have
a foal by him, his .services will bo icu.
dered next snuon freo of charge.
For further particulars enquire of
77 lm CAPT. CLUNEY.
Lunch 11:S0 a. m., till 2:110 r. m.
Pork Sausugu, Loin Steak.
I'ork Chop, Mutton Cutlet,
Vcnl Cutlet Breaded, Welsh Rarebit,
Cold Corned Spiced Bcof,
Cold Roast Muttou,
Fruit, Cake, Etc.
Commences at 4:S0i'. m., runs till 8 r. u.
C.inlnges nt nil bonis, day nnd night.
Saddlo Hones, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Calls wltn stylish nud gentlo
horses to let.
A lew Houses, guaranteed. Second
hand lliioUs, Open und Top Buggies,
Carts und Harness..
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply to
IMlIiES & IIAYIjKY.
'-PIIK FIRM OF SPEAR & PFEIFER,
X i having liuuu dlsfcolved by order of
the Supremo Couil.and Iho unilerlgned
appointed Rerulvei ; notlco Is hereby
glvui that the lino nmck of Watches
uiul.lmveliy will boon ndn ut the More
of bpear&PloIfnr for a shoit time, nt
reduced price?. '
All punka Indebled to this firm nro
notiilul to mako sctllenient tit nmo.
, W. F. ALLEN,
if , J'fylviT for Sionr & I'lolfer.
Honolulu, F(b. io, 18&7. Mm
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