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HBp' BY AUTHORITY.
The Court will go luto full mourning
lor Her late Royal Highness Princess
Llkellko from thU dale until the clay
after the Funeral ; nnd will wear half
mourning from tint time unll the ex.
ptratlou of two weeks from the day of
CURTIS T. IAUKEA,
H. M.'s Chamberlain
Iolanl Palace, Feb. 3, 1837.
BISHOP & Co., BANKEKS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Iixchango on the
Banlc ot Galllbrnln, H. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONO.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Syduey,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Bydnoy,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
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Bit esUbllshcd for tho benefit of all.
SATURDAY. MAR. 12. 1887.
Marine disasters in this country
nre passed over more lightly than
similar matters in any country,
claiming a place on the programme
of Western civilization, that we
know of. Vessels may disappear,
nobody knows how and why, and
may re-appear long after, bottom
up, floating around tho ocean. Or
a vessel may capsize, and life be
lost as well as property. And yet
no investigation seems to follow, of
a nature to elicit tho causo or causes
of the disaster, and make apparent
whether anybody was to blame or
whether the occurrence wa3 unavoid
able. Human life seems to be con
sidered of little value. The great
maritime nation of the world Eng
land has very stringent regulations
for the guidance of merchant tnarino,
and when a loss or a serious mishap
occurs to one of the fleet, whether
great or small, the affair is thor
oughly investigated. It appears to
us that tho time has arrived for
Buch matters to be more carefully
looked after in this kingdom. Let
there be a proper inquiry instituted
in all such cases, for the sake both
of those directly interested and in
the interests of the general good.
Persons who are to blame, should
not escape merited censure ; and if
not to blame, they should be cleared
TRAVELS IN AUSTRALIA.
BY CAPTAIN W. F. O'CONNOlt.
On the lGth day of April, A. D.,
188G, I left the shores ot Honolulu.
Embarked on that splendid and
well-manned steamer Mnraroa,
Eddy, commander. Splendid ac
commodation. On the evening after
leaving Honolulu, about sun set, a
squadron of porpoises charged our
noblo bark. As if by magic, tho
squadron wheeled to the right, keep
ing dressing that would do credit to
the King's Own at exhibition drill.
On tho voyage, the only pastime
worth mention, was hearing the
bombastical, grammatical and dia
bolical expressions of a tyrannical
Irish landlord, Colonel Knowall.
Arrived in Sydney. Entered tho
harbor at daybreak. Thank God,
I have survived to see that harbor,
the best in tho world. Visited tho
Houso of Commons. Heard noth
ing but personolties. The Govern
ment of Sydney is a disgrace to the
Started by boat to Brisbane,
Queensland. Interviewed Premier
Griffiths, Colonel French, comman
dant, etc. Tho defence force of
Queensland is inadequate for
emergency. Started for Too
woomba, in company with two old
Lucknow Indian warriors. Arrived
at KiUarney, Ave miles from tho
boundry of Now South Wales.
Took horses; traveled over the
mountains to Casino, 116 miles. A
splendid pasture for cattle; well-
wadiMiMl Tin Clin Dlnlimnnrl TClirni
1 S Lf. r.tamnun flinf Invnlif tnlfl.wl tntl'll
. ndVVlUUl U I UU JllbUIUUiHI "vi
.U UIDUIUIV, Ul U,ViJ .......... .umhi
Remained with Duncan Mo'Donald,
Maisc Grove, for ten days. Pre
sent at Melbourne during the cup
dijy. Intcnsp excitement lost a
mmmmmammmmmfflmmmmmmmummm iiiiiii"i ihiiiiihhiii mwinwii iiiih mmmmmmmmmmammammim
few pounds. 'Witiiesscd all assault
at arms. Prizes awarded impar
tially. Away to Sydney. Entered
tho harbor by moonlight enchant
ing Sydney hcubor, admired by nil.
Started for Melbourne. Had the
good fortuno to sec that popular
Governor of New South "Wales,
Started by steamer for Adelaide.
A very pleasant voyage. The chan
nel entering Port Adelaide is narrow
and dangcious. Kcmaiuueu 111 Ade
laide two weeks. Away to Port
Augusta, a nice sea port town.
Fiom there to Petcrboro, thence to
tho Goldllcld, Teetulpa, South Aus
tralia. Remained there ten days.
A wldo, open plain, but I foreshadow
ii rich field the forthcoming winter.
Back to Adelaide. Hurrah for
Mount Lofty! Visited Cherry
Giovc, the paternal homo of Walter
Hill, propiietor of the Honolulu
Bulletin. Remained two days
witli William Hill, father of my
most respected and esteemed friend
Walter, of the Bulletin. His
brother John, a man of letters,
showered friendship on your humble
scribe in abundance. I visited the
Free Press, owned by P. T. Hill,
brother of Waiter, a most courteous
and talented gentleman. Started
fiom Adelaide en louto to Mel
bourne overland. Mount Gambler
is the garden of South Australia.
Ballarat is the best placo in Vic
toria for civility nnd hotel accom
modation. In conclusion, Mr.
Editor, I am indeed thankful to the
Almighty for sparing mo to sec this
magnificent country, particularly
Sydney harbor. To-morrow, (D.
V.), I start by steamer for Tas
mania. The troopers arc well-mounted,
smart, intelligent and possessed of
fair detective ability. On the w hole
the police force of Australia are
well-disciplined and a creditable
body of men. I hope a radical
chango has taken place in the police
force of Honolulu,
LOANS ON MORTCAGE.
Tho Now Zealand Times, referring
to tho plan initiated by the Govern
incut Instiranco Department, of
lending mono' on mortgage of free
hold property, repayable, principal
and interest, by half-yearly instal
ments, says: "The money lent
under this scheme is wholly liquid
ated by those payments within ft
period of twelve, fifteen, or twenty
years, according as tho borrowers
may decide at tho outset. The
mortgagor by this means has tho
satisfaction that he is steadily re
deeming his debt, and as the sum
lent ranges from 100 to 3000,
property owners of all classes can
take advantngo of the opportunity
now proffered. The payments ap
pear to be calculated on a very
moderate rate of interest, and it is
believed that this new system will
be found to be a boon to borrowers.
A condition is offered which is very
favorable to tho mortgagor, who can
under it, any time after four years
from the granting of the loan, pay
off tho balance then running, nnd
thus redeem his piopcrty should his
circumstances admit of his doing
so. This method of redemption is,
wo understand, based on fair and
moderate terms, which cannot fail
to be acceptable, aud it is antici
pated that this now scheme will be
hailed witli satisfaction throughout
tho colony." Auckland Herald.
THE COMINC YACHT RACE.
New York, February 25. Great
crowds wero gathered at the screw
dock to-day to see tho schooner
yachts Coronet and Dauntless lying
side by side. They start eaily nest
month for a race across the Atlantic
for a purse of $20,000.
Nearly half a million dollars
been bet among the club men
are seeking all sorts of pointers.
Coronet is owned by Brush,
Standard Oil man, and some
lavinc odds on the strength of
Standard s great luck. Others are
betting on Commander Samuels of
the Dauntless. ,.
Hero is what the World's old
sailor says of the boats and their
chances: "Tnkin' boat agin boat,
the Coronet would be tho one for
my money. But in a race, such as
this, it ain't the boat as wins so
much as it are the man as goes into
her. Take Unit great passago of
the Fiyin' Cloud to Snn Francisco, n
passage that never wasn't beat afore
and never won't be beat again. It
wasn't the ship as dono it, it were
tho man as wero into tho ship.
"She never weient any good artcr
wnrds and it wero as to this hero
ship as this, Capt. Samuels went
into the 'Drcadnout.' Ho used to
go down into tho horseshoe and wait
there until he got the fust of a nor
west wind, nnd then he'd go out
and carry onto her from h to
breakfast, and in fifteen or sixteen
days ho'd bo in Liverpool, 'lliat
ship never weren't no good artcr ho
left her. It's tho man, not the ship
as makes the passage."
The Dauntless will bo taken to
day to au anchorago off Mtaplcton,
and next week will mako some trips
out around tho lightships.
There docs not seem any reason
why both boats should not bo
icady by March filli.
To-duy the Dauntless shipped her
crow. Captain Crosby of the
Coronet will not ship his crew until
Marcli 1st. Her owner, Mr. Brush,
is not going out, and tho yacht is to
be under complete contiol of tho
There nre those who aro putting
their monoy out on this account,
belioving that on board the Daunt
less thero is too much talent, The
race, however, is tho most import
ant that has taken placo since tho
gicnt raco of 18GG, when tho
Henrietta, Flcotwing and Vesta
started for their contest from Sandy
Hook to Cowcs. "Examiner.
ENGLAND AND RUSSIA.
THKlIt DIPLOMATIC DELATIONS Ar-
PltOACIlINO A UANOEUOUS CON-
New York, Feb. 28th. The
Star's London cable of the 27th
says: The outlook in tho East
grows houily more threatening. Tho
Timet publishes a. statement from
its correspondent at Vienna that tho
relations of Russia with Germany
and Austiia are severely attained,
and, what is mote important, that
no fuither attempts aro mado in
oillcial circles to conceal the fact.
Disaptehcs from other sources con
Reports have also been received
of Russian troops massed in Rus
sian Poland, respecting which it 1ms
been so difllcult to obtain infor
mation. These leports prove that
Russia lias made enormous p re pat a
tlons for an offensive w ur. Tho de
tails confirm in a singular manner
the outlines of the Russian plans
published by tho Russian papers,
based upon the assumption of war
between France and Germany.
Russian Poland is described as
one vast camj) of mined men. Ex
traordinary precautions aro taken to
prevent the intelligence of Russian
movements becoming public. All
English, German and Austrian tia
velers arc watched and telegrams
and mail correspondence arc closely
The Russian Ambassador in Lon
don has of lato abstained from visit
ing Lord Salisbury, and tho diplo
matic relations of the two countries
arc daily becoming embarrassed.
That the Government is looking for
Russian irruption into Afghanistan
is shown by tho fact that Lord Duf
ferin is hurrying British troops to
tho frontier to help tho Ameer.
This circumstance was c.tblcd 011 as
a rumor last week and is now con
firmed. It is understood that tho
Government has resolved to adhere
to the Austrian Alliance and to sup
port that country at sea in case of
war with Russia. At the War
Olllco and Admiralty the opinion
grows hourly that Russia means
simultaneously operations against
Bulgaria and Afghanistan and that
Austria and England will meet her
on those fields.
END OF A VOYAGE.
TIIKEi: SAILOllS INSTANTLY KILI.ED
A SIXGULAll ACCIDENT.
A distressing accident occurred
aboard the American baikMoumon,
near the entrance of this harbor, at
4 o'clock on the afternoon of the
15th inst., which lesulted in the
death of three sailors. Tho bark
was Tacoma with coal for the Ren
ton Coal Company, The lug Relief
was towing her in. The tug was
steaming at tho usual rate with tho
heavy hawser used as a tow-line
mado f.tst to the forward bitts of the
Memnon. The bitts are two heavy
pieces of hard timber arising from
the deck a few feet iorwatd of the
foremast. Tho dimensions of the
timber in these bitts wet e 8x10, and
they consisted of two uprights about
two feet in height, each having a
cross-piece of equally heavy timber
near the top, to pi event the hawser'
from slipping off.
Without 11 sign of warning the
bitts suddenly broke off, just below
the cross-pieces nnd tho heavy tops
were hurled forward with frightful
Three of the men on thefoiccastlc
were stiuck down in an instant and
honibly mangled, their biains being
scattered over the top of the fore
castle. Two of them were killed in
stantly and the third died imme
diately after passing tho Heads,
being unconscious up to that time.
Tho bark reached anchorage at
the Roiling Mills about 8 o'clock in
the evening and Capt. Nordbprg
mado report of tho disaster to the
One of tho deceased was a Rus
sian or Finn, about fifty years of
age, called Mai tin Kieski; another
was a young fellow, of say twenty
eight, called Gus, and the third was
a middle-aged man, who was some
times called Henry, and sometimes
Jim. S. F. Bulletin.
A NEW STEAMSHIP LINE.
Thursday Capt. T. P. Whitoiaw
started for Europe to purchaso
stcamors for a new lino of boats be
tween San Diego and Mexican ports.
It seems that Luis Htillcr & Co. of
Hartford, Conn., have entered into
a contract witli the Mexican Gov
ernment for tho establishment of an
international steamship lino to ply
between Snn Diego and tho ports
of Enscnada do Todos, Santos,
Guadaloupo Island,' Magdalena
Bay, capo St. Lucas, Sana Joso del
Cabo, La Paz, Santa Rosalia and
Mulego, in Lower California, and
Guaymas, Agiabampo, Altata, Masj
atlau, San Bias, Munzanillo, Socor
ro Islands, Acapulco, Angel Bay,
Salinas Cruz, Toimla, San Benito,
and San Joso do Guatemala. Re
turning fiom tho last-named poit,
the steamers will touch at all tho
ports back to San Diego.
Tho vessels of tho company aro to
sail under tho Mexican flag and are
to be nationalized, according to tho
laws of tho Republic, after tho first
thrco years. S. F. Bulletin.
CARD of THANitS.
To the following Ladies: Mr. Hopper,
Mrs. Caslle, Mis. Cnlcmon, Mrs. F.
Cookn, Mrs. F. Lowcry, Mrs. Orii7an,
Mrs. Oilman, Mrs. Athorlon, nnd tho
Ladle of tho Kawnlnhao Seminary.
Ladles: I beg to thank you most bin.
cerdy for your great kindness during
tliu Kovcro illncst of my wlfo and flvo
children. Your kindness is the more
marked, ns wo wero almost unknown lo
yntt. At tho same tlmo, 1 would like to
congratulate Dr. Martin upon hlssticcess
in bringing our six caes of tjphold
fever to such a favorable termination,
and to thank liim for his uniform kind.
ness nnd attention.
J W. CARTER,
82 It 1C7 King direct
A MEETING OF THE STOCJIC
holdcis of llio Mutual Telephone
Company will bo held nt tho Company's
Building, nt 10 o'clock n. 111.,
THURSDAY, MARCH 24th,
A f ill attendance Is requested.
By order of tho Dltectois.
52 Ut A. JAEGER, Scc'y.
Electric House Bells!
Put In Stores, Houses, Servants' Out.
houses', Stable, and
Burglar Alarms !
At rtnsonablo rotes. For fuither
pnrtlculirs call on
C.uii and I.ockHinllli,
Bethel Street, - - Honolulu.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstract of Title
Fuinlsliid, und CnnwyiiriU
Drawn on slum no' Ice.
Collection Agency.-Mit. JOHN GOOD,
Jit., Authorized Collector.
Employment Agency. 31 11. F. MARCOS,
Goncral Business Agency. No. 38 Mcr
Hell Telephone 84H. 1 O. Itox 415.
JOHN A. SPEAR having this day
bought out the tntire interest of
CHARLES II. FFEIFFEK, In the late
firm of Spear and PfeiHcr, begs to noti
fy bis former customers nnd.tlie public
tint he is tho sole owner of slid liu-1-nes,
and wilt carry 'n tho buliien or
siid late firm, soliciting for hlm-elf ihu
patronage heretofore accorded siid firm.
All debt and claims ugi inst tho said
late linn ot Spear & Ffcliler will bo
paid by tho undersigned.
JOHN A. SPEAR.
Dated March 4lh, 18j7. 77 lm
Tim Daily BfllMii
March 1 1th,
To bo had at
J. II. SOPER, - - Merchant Street
A. M. IIEWETT - Moi chant Street
II. WILLIAMS, - Hawaiian Hotel
and DAILY BULLETIN OFFICE.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Tho Leading Millinery House.
Wo havo this day icconcd by thcS. S.
Auslralln, the flncbt line of
over shown in this city. They nro
all Colors nnd tfto very
A Complete lino of
Ladies' Hats !
In White ami Muck. All
tho Latest Novelties in
Wings and Hat Trimmings !
which will bo on Exhibition ou
CHAS. J. FISHEL
The Leading Millinery House.
COlt. FOHT & 1IOT1X sm
T YOU WANT A SERVANT,
imvuiwBu hi mo uau. .uuia.c.iia,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
By order of MR. O. DUVAL, wo will
sell nt Public Auction,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our Pn1cioom, Queen Street, that
desirable premises on
at present occupied ns n rcMdcnco by
Tito Lot lins a frontrgo of 140 fort on
Lunnlllo Street, nnd n u'pth of 150 feet,
nnd Is well covert d with gias'. Wnlcr
laid on throughout the premise).
There h mi tho premise",
A 2-Story Ofillin House
Will find substuiilnly bulll, with Bay
Window fronting tho f trout.
Tho house contains a spacious Parlor,
Dining Room nnd licdiuom on tho
lower floor. Alo, Laigo Kitchen, Pan
try and Ifath Room. On the upper floor
aro 3 Ucdioouw, each furnished with
Clothes Closets. Theio Is also a large
Carriago Houso and Stable on the Lot
Tlds'is one of tho most deniable ied
deneo offered for wile. Tho ground
having n natural slo o eustiies peifect
Drainage, nnd commands an excellent
luwfioin Diamond Head to tho Wa
ESTPaitics wishing to Inspect tho
piemiscs can do so by application to tho
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
Id Id Auctioneers
For a Coni'NU of 8 IjCnmoiin,
SuMclciit to gel the punil to lending nnd
writing Pnonography, $.)0.
Fur n Complete Elementary
Of Twcnty.fonr Lesson , $18.00.
For the ltciiortint; CouvMe,
A flullloletit number of Lo sons tn m ike
the pu 11. with proror eNO'iion ou bis
pari, n PiKctlc.il 1 potior, 875. Oi,
Iteportlng I. us oih id ly be ial.cn in
Courses of Trtonly-f uir Lo oi s, for
818 per C 'i rse. Thrao Cour-es, or
suenl.to Lvsons, will guicially suf
fice. 'I his instruction mny lo tak'n by mall.
For particulars enquire at THIS OF
FICE. 71) lm
Saturday, March 12th, Matinee and
The Qura Comp'ny
will, while en route
to San Frnncisi'o, New York. London
nnd Pari", givo n short season iu lloao
lulu. This Cdiipnny consists of twelve
perform r, males and fimales. Their
fcits aio marvelo'is, now nnd numerous,
embracing the famous
ACT OF OGAWA,
(walking wiih bare feet on tlier.'Z r like
ctlgcj of Yicontu 8vi il ), walking iu
lire w 1th bare fi-i I, tto , oic.
Tho relet r.Hi'il tiick, Revolving a
Hugo Tub, with one petfoiiuer inside
and one on the outside, Ihu
Greatly improved, Balancing Fins, Um
brellas, oic, are also among tho feats.
Doors op "ii nt 7:10 p. in. A mntlnce
will be ghou n t 2 p. in., on Saturday,
when nilniKslou will be 50 ct'lltH lo
all pirti of the hou-c.
pif Entire chango of progrnmmo
encu evenlt tf.
Uox Plan open at A. M. HUWETT'S,
it'. It. AMMtlCII,
OPERA HOUSE I
ThnrsQar BvBnlng.Mar. 17
. HONOLULU AMATEUR
AVlll give a norformatire for tho Boneflt
of ihu HONOLULU YACHT AND
NEW SONGS I
NEW LOCAL HITS!
Tho full Prrgiammo will lo given in
Uox Plan open at .1. E BROWN &
CO.'ri on Vcdnodny morning, 0 8t
A'flMALL CONSIGNMENT OF
Fine BiuigMcis, for tale uliiap.
LEWIS I. LEY. Y,
77 Cor. Furl & Qlleui S 8.
Peok'o Now and Improved
All oiders for the above must bo ad
dressed to 1. O. Jtox 1. 77 lm
j: . i i . t-
Bell Tel. T.2. Mutual Tel. 072.
P.O. Box 107.
1. BROWN GO.
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Rcnl Hstato Agents, Cus
tom Houso and Money Brokers.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Lease", Contract", and nil kinds of Con.
cynelng. Tiadcnncn's Books wilt.
ten tip, Itcut-i nnd Accounts col.
lected, ltctains pioiupt.
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Oiler the f. lkw'ng:
To Rcnl. Three llmic? on Llllha .Street.
For Sale. 1 OpmShWI r Buggy, cheap.
For Sale Cheap. 1 Sipimc Piano, 1i Oo.
lave, in good cnlur.
1 Upright Piano, 7 C'o!acs, In good
Rooms fo Rcnl. Pour very hnndromcly
lutnlihcd looms In large home; well
situated on Nuuniui Avenue. Bent
$1 a month c.wh.
To Lei. Tito house nnd grounds sllitntrd
in Nuiianu Aenuc, leuently occupied
by A.J. CariwilglH, Jr, Etq.
To Lot. A fi.ioomed Crttnge, with Oar.
litgc House and Out Iioum", Ntiuiinti
Avenue, neir (lovutninoal rccrolr,
nlmvo lite Queen Dowager Emma's
plnie, with i.bout 2 ticres of laud ij
mlloi fiom town. Kent $10 per month
To Let. A G-r oom cd Cotlnge,w lib kitchen
Atlnclud; upper end of Nuuiiim
AOiiio, oppo-ito " Valley Home," in
excellent order. Bent $1.
For Sale or Lease -With Immciliato nos.
m.'i ion, thai Milualilu estate known ns
the NUUANU VALLEY 1UNCH,
sltuatid in tho Niiuntm Valley, Vi
miles from the cliy, and undoubtedly
the mot eligible silo for n milk or
milk at d battel dalr i" tliisKiugdom.
To Let. Two Cottages, situated in the
Chinese Chinch pTcmhcs.
Wanted. A retpeet di'e L'nglhh or Orr
man Qlrl to iibi-ist in n small lumtly.
Wanlcd'-I'y a competent Engineei, liold.
lag llisl-cla's cirlltliato3, and highly
recommended, situation nt sea or on
Wanted fo Rcnl. A Cottage, containing
tour or llo looms. Must be iu good
lorn lly, i,n I wiihin tin or fifteen
minutes' walk of Post Office.
Wanted. A Japanese Nurss.
Situation Wanted By a capable man,
tlioionghy uttdcutands the cut o of
lotos. Oood driver, if lequircd;
mnriicd; wi c gocd housi keeper nnd
Situation Wanfod By n steady man, as
coaciinihn, or oliargo of -tables; higl -ly
recommended. Well acquainted
Situation Wanlod By steady man; mm.
ried. Lmleisinnds tho enro of stock;
Good driver. Wife gacd i-camsirj-b.
Situation Winded 11 v an ccicrienced
lurncsMuukcr; not pirllcuiar as to
employment; wanes not so much an
object ni a pcimnt'cnt position.
Situation Wanted By an (xpoiienced
A'initnlnnt nnd 'I'ooU.kecj or, from
Offlcoto Lei Willi Windo', If loqulrel,
in Campbell Block, Merchant s'rccl.
House and Lol for Sale. Very desirable
icsldence on Bciotxiiin ijlieet. The
hniiho contains -1 Bedrooms, Pnrloi.
Ulnlnit-room, Pantry, Kitchen nnd
l!n broom. Mosquito proof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by ICO feet with privilege rf
buyiug next lot. Will be sold ciceif.
'.'8 Merchant Street.
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
Jems ewnTk'ti" o in Driss & Cloak
M kiiiL'.basOPKNEn A DHTXSMAK.
INO ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Alake.i
MRS. RODANET, ihu well-known
drc similar, icoenlly returned
from Purls, has her diQiS-maUiug rooms
still ou Emma sued, above tho squaic.
A Now Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Market.
Hat, M jdntm Co,
COMMENCING ON THE FIRST OF
April utxi, the lental of all instill.
menta iu use in tho District of Konn, ?.
'and of Calm, will bu i educed to $5 00
Persons desiring to mako contracts
for one year at tltis rate will bo fur.
nibbed with fnimson application at tho
olllco of the Ci mrmny.
A discount cf 10 per cent will ho al
lowed to Hiib-ciibers pacing u year's
lent In advance.
Piet-ldmt Haw. Hell Tel. Co.
Hi nolulu, Fobiunry 21, 1837. 105 lm
gTgARS ! CIGARS!
Tho Finest Brand of
in the Market nt tho
V. HIMli:it, Proprietor.
TFYOU LOOSE ANYTHING,
J. ndvertho it lu tho Daily Bulletin.
Jli'll Telephone ,'HH. I'. O. Jinx 419.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
IlookH wiltU'ii up, Account nn it
Kinplovment nnd .Slipping Aacncy.
Labor Contract Blanks tiL.il Revenue
Stamps always on hand. Copying nnd
translating In all languages uid in this
Kingdom. Onlm from the other Is.
lands will reecho prompt attention.
Valuable Propcrilos for Sale. i Acres of
L inil, splendidly sliuaiid iu Maklki
lor homcMe ids.
lAcm in Mnkili,on Bsrctatli rlrcct,
line building he.
1 Acnn witli '1 loom Co'iiige, on Lllihn
Mteel, A rate ch.inee.
For Lease. 10 Acrecf J.niu', miles
fiom iMossmau's corner lfl acres of
wblih is Millablo foi cither Bleu or
Tin o, nnd has bicii under cultivation
for tbo lut-t G yeius, All buildings
nccessiry for o tirst-closs little ranch
now on the- premise .
Wanled. A Situation "y a competent
practical Engineer, wIioIiub bad many
Venrs' oxpeiToi vv, nnd can givo tho
best of rcfciences. Bmploymeut ou a
For Salo 2nMe or ("holeo Tivo land,,
ilmaic neir tho Insmio Asylum.
Wanted Employment by competent
btc dy, lio'tle sulio will mnko theiiv
stlvi'sutcfiil In taking care of door
j arils a el gardens, nnd in other light
work required by private family.
Wanlod. A Cottage wMiln llvo minutes'
, walk of tho Post Office, suitably ap.
pointed for the accominodr,tlon of a
Full particulars givcu upon nppllca.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith &.
OP SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Assorted Widths nnd Lengths
Just received per "C. R. Bishop," in
good order, und for sale iu
QUANTITIES TO SUIT
At very Low Prices, by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
This fine voting trotting 1 red stallion
will etat el ih coming teason nt Dodd'a
Stables, Kapiolanl Park, to a limited
number of mares.
VTcrms, gSO.OO Senaon.
APTOS CHIEF, bay stallion, by
Spiculutlon; ho by Byedyk's Humble,
toulan, out of Martha Washington, by
Burr's Washington; her dam by Abdal.
lull. 1st dam by Lady l'on), by Skiigg's
Ititllerj her cliini by Gltncoc. Tho
above stallion was raided by Kir Clous
For further paiticulars enqulro nt tho
FASHION STABLER or ot P. HUS
TAOIS, nt Hustacc efc Itobertson's office,
Queen Street. 72 im .
Young Venture, Jr.
ThU flni) young trottlng-brcd stallion,
i joirs old, will ntiiiid for the coming
sei'-on at tl,o corner of QUEEN &
TorniH, $a5 the McnNon.
YOUNG VENTURE Ib n Maok stfil.
lion, bred by Mr. Homer, of Maul; his
dam was 11 lino mare, half Putthfii and
half Blind; Morgan; ho is kind, gcntlo
and hi)!lsli; no limit whatever, and
one of the ciaseM bred stallions iu tho
Kingdom, which shows staying power
In cam any mnre should fail to havo
a foal by him, his Fer lies will bo rou.
do red iicM Mii'iui Irea of charge.
For further auilculars omiulro of
I" lm OAlT. CLUNEY.
IS HEREBY OIVrN THAT ON AC
lotut of thu iltMlhof YongKong
U g Miimigirif tlto Hi mol Wing Choug
I.ung, now doing biislni'iH on cotnorof
Man tikim and Ho el stieets, Honolulu,
Liu 'inn Ilooiir Ih hereby uppolnioil us
m iii'igot of baiil ill 111 hereafter. Ho ha
lull power to i-lgu the 11 im niinio and
lionow uiouey for tho benefit of said
firm, C3 Uw