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The Court will go Into nil mourning
forller Into Royal Highness Princess
Llkellko from thli dntc until tho duy
alter the Funeral; and will wear half
mourning from tint tlmo unll tho ex.
plratlon of two weeks from tho day t of
CURTIS r. 1AUKEA,
H. M.'s Chnmhcrlalu
Iolanl Palace, Feb. 3, 1887.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchanges on tho
Bank ot California, H. IT.
And tholr agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONQ.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
"Tho Commercial Rank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbin, Vic
torla, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Bnnklng Business.
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can he had from
J. II. Sor-Eii, : :
A. M. Hewxtt, :
J. "W. Hinqley, :
J.Sims, : : : :
: Hotel Street
ft jgirihj nUih,
Pledged to neither Bact nor Party.
Bat established for tho benefit of all.
FJRIDAY. MAK. 11. 1887.
100,000 IN BANK.
The nawailan Financial Agents
for negotiating the loan, under the
Loan Act of the last Legislature,
have placed 100,000 sterling at
the Bank of California, payable to
the order of the Hawaiian Minister
of Finance. This money is now
available for such public purposes,
within the Act, as the Government
may determine to use it for.
Money is needed for many things
which tho Loan Act has made pro
vision for, and in which the inte
rests of tho public arc deeply in
volved. Wo trust the Government
will make a wise selection, and pro
ceed at once with the most neces
sary and most useful of these works,
especially with ithoso which will in
volve the expenditure of money
here, on these islands, giving em
ployment to numbers of people who
are now in need of it, and circulat
ing money among our tradespeople,
who will be exceedingly glad,
theso dull times, to touch it.
FORT-STREET CHURCH SOCIAL.
Thero was a large attendance at
the Fort-street Church vestry last
night at the annual social. The re
ports read were of great interest and
ihowed that all lines of work during
tho past year have been vigorously
maintained. The Clerk's rcpoit
showed nineteen additions to the
membership during the year, mak
ing the present membership 'MO, of
whom 277 arc residents of Hono
lulu, and G3 reside on other islands
in the group and in other lands,
which shows a marked gain in the
resident membership over last year.
Tho reports of the Church and S.
S. Treasurers, showed a total col
lection for benevolent work during
tho year of 82.20G.75. This large
amount is devoted exclusively to
mission and charitable work, the
expense of maintaining the regular
service of the Church being pro
cured by rental of pews. Tho Sun
day School reports showed a marked
increase in the attendance over the
preceding year and a slight increase
in tho collections for benevolence.
Tho young Peoples' Society report
ed a membership of sixty-four and
is in cxcelleut working condition.
Tho Fowler's Yard Mission report
ed a day school witli nn attendance
of thirty and a Sunday school con
siderably larger ; a sewing class also
meets regularly. The evangelistic
service in connection with this mis
sion has been held regularly Mon
day evening's during tho year with
an attendance varying from 20 to
60. The Ladies' Benevolent So
ciety reported a prosperous year,
and all bills paid.
Following the reports there was a
very enjoyable sociable, with ic
freshments serve by tho ladies. Tho
Fort-street Church have ccitainly
solved tho problem of how to mako
their Annual meetings attractive
Antwerp is being rapidly put into
a stato of completo defence. Two
points in tho province of Liego have
been selected for tho sites of in
trenched camps, to be surrounded
with cat th works. Instead of tho usual
manoeuvres, tho experiments of n
general mobilisation will bo mado
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.
The services, last evening, began
promptly on time. At tho close of
tho song service, tho speaker read
as his text, Thess. 0:21. After
commenting upon his text Mr.
Curtis said, it is quite generally
admitted that the seventh day was
the Sabbath from creation until the
resurrection of Christ; but it is
claimed that then it was changed to
tho first day in honor of that event.
If this is so, the change is n most
remarkable occurrence, and ought
to be plainly noticed in the Bible.
Circumcision was plainly done
nway; baptism and the Lord's
Biippcr were clearly commanded ; so
this supposed change, if it really
occurred, ought to bo plainly stated,
inasmuch as the seventh day had
been the sacred rest-day of God's
people for 4,000 years. If this
change was ever made, the speaker
continued, it must have occurred in
connection with the death and re
surrection of tho Saviour, and would
have certainly been recorded by, at
least, one of the four evangelists.
These were Christian men, writing
under the inspiration of the Holy
Spirit, from C to C3 years, at least,
after resurrection. Hero the Elder
read, as he declared, all that is said
in the four Gospels concerning the
resurrection ; and unless he omitted
somo portions, there is certainly no
change hinted at, but tho Sabbath,
and the first day of the week, arc
several times mentioned together,
being always carefully distinguished,
and ccitainly not one and the samo
day. Tho following arc the refer
ences: Matt., 28:1; Mark, lG:l-9;
Luke, 23:51-50, 21:1; John, 20:-1-19.
Elder Curtis then stated that he
had repeatedly debated this ques
tion, and none of his opponents
claim any direct command for Sun
day observance. Almost invari
ably they claim that Christ, after
his resurrection, always met with
his disciples for religious worship,
and upon no other day.
The speaker then said he would
examine every instance on record
upon which Christ met witli his dis
ciples after his resurrection, and
see if this assumption be true.
There are four such meetings men
tioned. The first was upon the day
of his resurrection, (John, 20:19).
They were not there holding a reli
gious meeting and celebrating the
Christian Sabbath in honor of the
resurrection of Christ; for, (1) they
were assembled for supper (Mark,
10:14) in the house where they all
lived (Acts, 1:13); (2), two of
them had been gone all day, travel
ing at least 15 miles, and not re
turning to the other nine until even
ing, for the day was far spent be
fore they started to return from
Emmaus, 71 miles away (Luke,
24:29-33), etc.; (3), the disciples
in the fore part of tho day did not
believe the story of tho women, that
Jesus wns risen (Mark, 16:11); in
tho evening they would not bplicvo
the two who had seen him (verse
13). Jesus himself appeared in the
evening as they sat at meat, and up
braided them for not believing the
testimony of those who had seen
him (verso" 14). It is, therefore,
an absurdity to say that the dis
ciples were assembled to celebrate
nn event which they did not believe
Tho second recorded meeting took
place "after eight day," John,
20:2G. It is assumed that this was
the next first day. But reckoning
from Sunday evening, the time of
tho first meeting, eight days would
end on Monday evening of the fol
lowing week (illustrating the state
ment by counting on his fingers).
Let it be remembered that it was
"after eight days."
The third occasion upon which
Jesus appeared to his disciples is
recorded in John 21 :1-14. This
account certainly disproves the as
sertion that after the resurrection
Christ met with his disciples only
on the first day, else ho set an ex
ample of fishing on that day. Tho
position of those who say that Christ
mot with his disciples only on the
first day, was humorously illus
trated by supposing Christ to say,
"Peter, what are you doing out
there, fishing on the Christian Sab
bath? Put up your net and come
right ashore ; and let us have a reli
gious meeting." Did ho say so?
No. He said, "Havo you any
meat?" They answered, "No."
Then ho told them to cast the net
on the right sido of tho ship, nud
they caught a great draught of
fishes. If this was on Sttiulay,
away goes Sunday sacredness. If
it was not on Sunday, what becomes
of the assertion that all the meet
ings of the Saviour with his dis
ciples were on that day? It was
shown that the next meeting (Acts,
1 :3) occurred on Thursday.
Mr. Curtis next took up Acts,
20 :G. It was clearly shown that
this meeting was hold on what we
now call Saturday night, and that
during Sunday, Paul walked a dis
tance of about 20 miles. Extracts
from Prof. Hacket, also from Cony
bcare and Hawson were read in sup
port of the position. 1 Cor., 10:1-2
wcro next examined, and different
translations wcro read, and all could
see that there was nothing thero to
support Sunday sacredness. This
was followed by an examination of
Kov., 1:10. Our space is too limited
to give all tho points mado.
Tho subject to-morrow night as
announced is, "Tho Chango of tho
Sabbath; When, How, and By
wnom tuo uinuge uuuo About.
' wm taKssaantmtx!fat
SIR CliAHLES TUPPER ON PROHI
BITION. Halifax, Feb. 22 Sir Charles
Tupper who, it is gcncralh sup
posed, will succeed Sir John Mae
donald as tho leader of the Liberal
Conservative paity, has just made a
very important declaration on the
Prohibition question. He is opposed
by a thiid party Prohibition candi
date, notwithstanding his life-long
record as a temperance man. In
his speech he pointed out that ho
had carried through a Parliament
law giving absolute piohibltion in
tho Northwest Territory, covering
an area of 2,505,000 square miles ;
he had made total abstinence com
pulsory among the employes on
the employes on Government rail
ways all over Canada, and to-day
ho lcgardcd prohibition as tho most
vital question of the people. Ho
declared that if by going into oppo
sition to the Government he could
secure legislation that would prevent
the manufacture, importation, sale
and use of intoxicating liquor, he
would not hesitate 0110 moment
about doing it.
PORTUGUESE AGGRESSION IN ZAN
ZIBAR. London, Feb. 25th. Henry M.
Stanley telegraphs from Zanzibar
recounting tho seizure of the Sultan
of the Zanzibar's steamer, Kilivia,
and tho bombardment of Tnngi by
the Portuguese. In the opinion of
Stanley Portugal is acting in a high
handed manner, relying on the inter
ference of Germany. Passivcness
on tho part of LnIand, Stanley
says, will be most injurious to a va
luable trade. England and Ger
many together ought to cry "hands
off" to Portugal before irreparable
mischief ensues. Stanley says in
reference to tho expedition to the
relief of Emin Bey, that the party
have embarked on the steamer Ma
dura. The expedition consists of
nine European officers, sixty-one
Soudanese, thirty Somanlis, six
hundred and twenty native of Zan
zibar, three interpreters, and Tippu
Tib, tho Arab trader, and forty of
his followeis. Couriers have gone
overland with letters to Uganda,
while others have been sent to Stan
ley Falls to meet the native chiefs.
Conservative description of Mr.
Gladstone "A Ilawarden'd Sin
Gko. W. DsLoxn l'obr, No. -15,
DEr-Aitni'T or Cai.iiounia, G.A.ll,
Honolulu, Mar. 1 1, 1887.
The newly elected officers of the De
partment ol California, G. A. It , arc:
EDWARD S SALOMAN.Dcpt.Com'd'r
W. D. HAMILTON. Senior Vice Com'd'r
A. T. BIRD... .Junior Vice Commander
.1. O. STOUT, M. D.... Medical Director
E. R. DILLE Ohnpluln
THOS S. TAYLO It A. A. General
T. II. ORTON...Quaitermastcr.Generol
Santa Roit was unanimously selected
ai the plnco to hold the next Depart,
ment Encampment. 81
A WOMAN to net as Companion and
Help in Pilvntc Family. In
qiihc at this olllce. h0 3t
Tie Daily Bulletin
March i 1th,
To bo lmd'at
J. II. SOFER, - - Metchant Street
A. M. HEWETT - Merchant Street
H.WILLIAMS, - Hawaiian Hotel
and DAILY BULLETIN OFFICE.
GHAS. J. FISHEL,
Tho Leading Millinery Houso.
We have tills ilny received by the S. S.
Australia, tho finest line of
ever shown In this clly. They ore
all Colors mid the very
A Complete lino of
In White and lllnvk. All
tho Lnto.t Novelties In
Wings and Hat Trimmings S
which will ho on Exhibition on
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
The Leading Millinery Houso.
COK. I OUT & iioxj;i, N'JS.
Pacific Carriage Co.
Telephone 419, both Compauies.
OFFICE AND CARRIAGE STAND:
Corner Queen Ss Xori, fcl.
1 All Carriages
C. Buchanan, 129.; mis Oompiny
... .. nl owned by
W. Moore, 200. : ticr driver,
N. Polorson, - 201.: Yho wlH "J'
. ' lienor to do
G. Baker, 80.: their lust to
193 . sntlsfy tholr pa-
". trons by civility
GO. : nnd MOnr.nATK
, '. CHAHOHH.
Owoic Steamship Coinp'y.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho Al Btcnmsbip
Will leave Honolulu for tho above
Wednesday, Mar. 16
For Freight or Passage, apply to
80 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Assorted Widths and Lengths
Just lccelved per "C. It. Bishop," la
good order, nnd for tmle in
QUANTITIES TO SUIT
At very Low Prlpcs, by
H, HACKFELD & CO.
A PINK AND WHITE PARROT.
xjl. A liberal rowaid will lie paid for
its retttrn tj IIOLLISTER & CO.
SMALL CONSIGNMENT OF
Fine Songsters, for mil cheap.
77 Cnr. Fort & Queen S's.
For a Courne of 8 IjCshoiih,
Sufficient to get tho pupil to rending und
writing Puouogrnphy, 80 .00.
For a Complete Elementary
Of Twuity.four Lesson, 818.00.
For the Itcnortititr Conrwe,
A sufficient number of Lessons to make
tho pupil, with proper exertions on his
part, it Piactical Reporter, 875. Or.
Reporting Lcsons may bo taken in
Courses ot Tncnty.fnur Lesions, for
818 per Course. Three Courses, or
seventy-two LcssonB, will generally suf.
This instruction may bo taken by mail.
For particulars enquire at THIS OF
FICE. 78 lm
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
tliia Kingdom my daughter Mis
Itoso Adler bus full power of attorney
to net for mo, as I leave per Alameda,
March 11th. LOUIS ADLER.
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT ON AC
count of the death of Yong Kong
Ung, Manager of tho Hi m of Wing Chong
Lung, now doing business on earner of
Maunakea nud Hotel streets, Honolulu,
Lin Tint Hoong is horoby appointed us
manager of said firm hereafter. Ho has
full power to sign the firm name nnd
bonow money for tho benefit of said
firm. C3 Uw
JOHN A. SPEAR having this day
If bought nut the entlra Interest of
CHARLES H. PFEIFFEH, In the latu
linn of Spear and Pfclli'or, bugs to notl.
fv Ills former customers and tho publlo
tint ho is thu sole owner of sild hu.
new, and will carry on thn busnes of
sild lata Hi in, soliciting for himself the
pationage heretofore accorded siitl linn.
All debt nnd claims ngnlust tho Mild
late lit in of Spear & Pfclller will be
paid by tho undersigned.
JOHN A. SPEAR.
Dated March 4th, 1837. 77 lm
On Saturday March 12th,
At 10'oloek, a. in., nt our salesroom,
Queen Street, wo will sell at
Clothing, Tweeds, Sheeting, &c.
GROCERIES, ETC., ETC.
Oil Paintings and Chromos!
Also, a lot of
Books, Operatic Musio, Magazines!
including ono Completo Set of
ENCYCLOPEDIA BRITANNICA I
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
81 It Auctioneer?.
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
By order of MR. O. DUVAL, we will
sell nt Publlo Auction,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our Salesroom, Queen Street, that
desnnble premises on
at present occupied ns a residence by
Tho Lot has a frontngo of HO feet on
Luunlllo Street, and a depth of 150 feet,
nnd Is well coveud with gins'. Water
In id on throughout thu premise.
There Is nn tho premise",
A 2-Story Dwell! Hop
Well nnd biibstiuitlally built, with Bay
Window fronting tho street.
Tho hoiio contains n spacious Parlor,
Dining Room and Bedroom on tho
lower lloor. Also, Laigo Kitchen, Pan
try nud Bath Room. On the upper lloor
aie a llodiooiiis, cuch furnished with
Clothes Closets. Theie is also a largo
Carriago Houso and Slablo on tho Lot
This is one of tho most deelrablo icsl
clonco offered for wile. The giouud
linNlng a natural sloo ensuies peifeet
Di.iluagc, and eouiinauds an excellent
view fioui Diamond Head to tho Wnl
iitiacMount'ilns. C2?"Paitlcs wishing to Inspect tho
piemNes can do m by application to the
E. X. ADAMS & CO.,
78 td Auctioneers
Friday Evening, March I Ith,
Saturday, March 12th, Matinee and
The Qura Comp'ny
will, while en route
to Snn Frnncibco, New York, London
and Paris, give a short season in Hono.
lulu. This ('( inpuny consists of twelve
pcrforimrj, males and femnles. Thrlr
fc.its nio munolons, new and numerous,
embracing the famous
ACT OF OGAWA,
(walking with haiofeetou tliornzor-llko
edges ot Yncouin .swi r.U), walking in
lire with buio feet, etc , otc.
Tho celebrated trick, Revolving a
Hugo Tub, with ono pel former inside
and ono on tho outside, thu
Greatly Improved, B.ilnncing Fans, Um.
brellns, etc., are also among tho feats.
Doom open nt7:r0n. m. A nintlnco
will bo fihou nt 2 p, m,, op Sntifrduy,
when admission will be 50 CL'iitH to
nil piits of the hoti'.c.
CrEntiip change of programme
Bo Plan opsn at A.
Will give a performance for tlio Benefit
of the HONOLULU YACHT AND
NEW LOCAL HITS!
The full Progi amino will Lo given In
Box Plan open at J. B BROWN &
CO.'ri on Monday morning, 60 8t
Peok's New and Improvod
All oidors for tho ubnvn must bond
drcsscdtoP. ). Hox4a. 77 lm
EYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucns' Mill.
Bell Tel. V,2. Mutual Tel. 872.
P. O. Box U07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St..
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Real Estate Agents, Cus
tom House nnd Monoy Brokers.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Lcase, Contract?, nnd nil kinds of Con.
cymiclng, Tindcsmcn'B Books wilt-
ten up, Rents and Accounts col
lected, Returns prompt.
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Oder the following:
To Rent. Three Ilmifes on Llllha Slicct.
For Sale. I Open Side B ir Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Cheap. I Square Piano, 1i Oo.
taves, in good order.
1 Upright Pluno, 1 Oclaves, in good
Rooms lo Rent. Four very hnnd'omcly
furnished rooms in largo bouse j well
situated on Nuunnu Avenue. Rent
$li a month each.
To Lot. Tho bouse nnd grounds sltuatrd
in Nutinnu Avenue, tcccutly occupied
by A. J. Cnrlwiight, Jr , litq.
To Lot. A (".roomed Cottage, with Car.
riige House und Outhouse, Numinu
Avenue, near Government reservoir,
nbnvo lite Queen Dowager I'liuiin's
place, with uboul 2 acres of luml 2J
milc fiom trtwn. Rent $10 per month
To Let. ACroonicdCotlnge.w ith kitchen
nttaehid; upper end of Nuuimu
Ac:iue, opposite "Valley Home," in
excellent order. Rent $ltf.
For Salo or Loaso -With immediate pos.
M.'Xsion, mm vaiuaiiic estate Known ns
tho NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
sliunitd In the Nutinnu Valley. 16
miles from tho city, and undoubtedly
thu most eligible slto for n milk or
milk and butter dairy In this Kingdom.
To Let. Two Cottages, (.hunted in the
Chinee Chuich premUcs.
Wanted. A rcspcetible Euglbh or Qer.
man Girl to assist in a small family.
Wanted lly n competent Engineer, hold.
log lli8t.elus certificate-, and highly
iccMiimcudcd, situation nt sea or on
Wanted lo Rent. A Cottage, containing
four or live rooms. Must bo in good
locality, r.nd within tin or fifteen
minutes' walk of Post Office.
Wanted. A Japanese Nurse.
Situation Wanted By a capnblo man,
thoi mighty underttnnds tho care of
liortes. (inod driver, if lequircd;
mnrricd; -who good housekeeper nnd
Situation Wanted By a steady man. ns
coaenman, or charge of stables; lilgr
ly recommended. Well acquainted
Situation Wanted By ntcady innn; mai.
rlcd. Understands the cam of slock;
Good di ivcr. Wifo gocd seamstress.
Situation Wanted By an experienced
huinoss.mnker; not pmiculnr us to
employment; wages not so much nn
object ns n permanent position.
Situation Wanled By nn experienced
Accountant and "I'ook.keepor, from
Office to Lei With "Windo.v, If icqulred,
lu Campbell Block, Merchinl street.
Houso and Lot for Salo Very desirable
residence on Beietimla Street. The
hou'-o contains 4 Bedrooms, Pnrloi,
Dining-room, Pantiy, Kitchen nnel
Bn'liroom. Mosquito proof. House
new nun wen mint.
Lot 100 by 1C0 feet with privllogo of
buying next lot. Will be sold cheap.
!28 Merchant Street.
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
j cars eMlerieiK u in Dres & Cloak
Miking, has OI'BNIH) A DRESSMAK.
ING ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Alnkca
AT RS. RODANET, the well-known
J.TJL. drc-snmkcr, icecntly returned
from Paris, has her dress-making rooms
still on Emma stieet, nbove tho square,
A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Market.
Haw. BellttjliBBe Co.
COMMENCING ON THE FIRST OP
April next, tho icntnl of all instru.
nients in uso in the District of Kona, I.
land of Oalui, will be icduccd to $5.00
per quui ter.
Persons desiring to mako enntrncts
for ono year at this rate will bo fur.
nislied with forms on application at tho
olllce of thoCdnpiny.
A discount of 10 per cent will bo al
lowed to subscribers paying a year's
tent In advance.
President Haw. Bell Tel. Co.
Hunolulu, February 21, 1887. 1 05 lm
Tho Finest Brand of
in tho Market nt the
I'. JIIMi:u, Proprietor.
TFYOU LOOSE ANYTHING.
X ndvcrtUo it In tho Daily Bulletin.
Anral at Italian
MiintwMwiwwiTnu'itinni mninn i wauKaammmm
Hell Telephone.! If. 1. . llox 415.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
HoiiUh written up, ArconntM unit
Employment and Shipping Ajrcnov.
Labor Contract Jllntikn and Rovenuo
Slump nl way on hand. Copying nud
tintiMlatitiL,' in nil tungiiagcs used In this
Kingdom. Older front" the other Is
hinds will rcccio piompt attention.
Valuable Proporllcs for Sale 2 Acres of
Land, splendidly situated in Mnkiki
for honieste ids
1 Acre In Mnkllil, on BurctiiLli street,
line building t-ite.
Ifn Acre with 1-reiom Collage, on Llllha
bluet, A-riuu thimee.
For Lease. 10 Aorcaeif Lnnd,2j miles
from Mossinait's comer 15 ucres of
which li Miitnblo foi ollhcr Rico or
Tnro, nud has brcn under cultivation
for the last C yenrs. All buildings
ncccssiry for nihstclnss little ranch
now on the premise .
Wanled. A Situation By a competent
practical Knginccr, who has had many
yours' oxpetTotice, nnd can glvo the
bet of references. Employment on a
For Salo 2 ncici or Choice Taro Land,
tltuatu near the limine Asylum.
Wanlod Employment bv competent
steuly, hovtleis who will make thorn
selves useful in taking care of eloor
jards and gardens, anil in other light
work required by private family.
Wanled. A Cottage wl'liin live minutes'
walk of thu Post Office, suitably ap
pointed for tho accommodation of n.
Full particulars given upon npplicn.
No. 38 Merchant Slrool, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith &
Tills fine voting trotting hied stnlllon
will itni.il lbs coining toison nt Dcdd's
Stables, Kupiolanl Park, to a limited
number of innies.
Terms, $30.00 .Season.
APTOS CHIEF, bay stallion, by
.Speculation ; he by lly.-dyk's Ilaiuble
touinu, out of Martha Washington, by
Burr's Washington; her dam by Abdul
lah, l&t dam by Lnely Pool, by Skagg'ft
Rittler; her elnin by Ulcncoe. Tlio
above stallion was raised by Sir Glaus.
For fuithcr pirticulirs enquire nt tho
FASHION STABLES, or ot F. IIUS
TACE, nt Ilustucc & RubertsonV otllco,
Queen Street. 72 lm
Young Venture, Jr.
This Ann young trottlng-bred stallion,
i years old, will stund for tlio coming
seii'-on at tho corner of QUEEN &
Terms, 2. the Season.
YOUNG VENTURE is a black stal
lion, breel by Mr. Horner, of Maui; his
dnm was a lino mare, half Patehen and
half Black Morgnu; he is kind, gcutlo
and hlyllshj 110 faults whatever, and.
ono of the closest bred stallions In tho
Kingdom, which shows slaying power
In ciiio any mnre should fall to have
a foal by him, bis services will be ion.
dcreel next seawn free of charge.
For further particulars enquire of
77 lm OAPT. CLUNEY.
Lunch 11:S0 a. si., till 2:30 r. m.
Pork Snusngo, Loin Steak.
Pork Chop, Mutton Cutlet,
Veal Outlet Bicadcd, Welsh Rarebit,
, Cold Corned Spiced Beef,
Cold Roast Mutton,
Fruit, Cake, Etc.
Commences at 4:!10r. m., inns till 8 r. it.
Carriages at all bouts, dny nnd night.
Snddlo Horses, Buggies, Wagonettes nnd
Village Cir's wltu btyllsh and gentle
horses to let.
A few Hnisoo, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open nud Top Buggies,
Carts nud Burners.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply to
MILES A IIAYM3Y.
rpiIK FIRSI OF bPEAR A PFE1FER,
A having lioeu dissolved by order of
tho Supremo Court, and the undersigned
appointed Recolvcr; notlco Is hereby
given that tlio lino slock of Watches
nud.lewelry will boon sale at the stoio
of fcpe.ir & Pieifor for a hIioiL time, ut
1 educed priced.
All parlies ludeblid to this linn aro
uolllled to innku settlement iitnme.
W. F. ALLEN,
Receiver for bpenr it Pieifcr.
Honolulu, Fib. 10, 18b7. fiO lm
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
A ndveitiso lu tho Daily Bulllxjn,