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Tho Court will go Into lull mourning
for Her late Royal Hlghucss Princess
Llkcllko from tliU (Into uutil the day
after tho Funeral; and will Meat hnlf
mourning from tint time unil tho ex.
piratlon of two weeks from tho day of
CURTIS T. IAUKEA,
II. M.'s Chamberlain
lolanl Palace. Feb 3, 1887.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, lluwnilan Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
Bank of California, U. JP.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand : Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, ami Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
J. H. Soper, : : : Merchant Street,
A.M.HKWETT, : : '' "
J. "W. Hinglev, : : : : Hotel Street
J. Sims, :::::::" "
Heniiy Williams, : Hawaiian Hotel
Jt$ gHjj DttlUiftu
Pltdgtd to neither Beet nor Party.
Bat eitabllihed far the benefit of all.
MONDAY, MAR. M. 1887.
What one man calls enterprise,
another considers an intolerable
nuisance. From different stand
points the samo thing presents
different aspects. What, from one
pointof observation, is commendable,
from another is sometimes displeas
ing. For instance, a salesman in a
store or shop who by hisimpoitunity
succeeds in inducing customers to
buy articles which they do not need
and had no intention of buying,
from the shopman's standpoint is
considered a man of enterprise,
while from that of customers ho is
regarded as a nuisance. A clerk
who is polite and attcnti e, and does
not think it too much trouble to
show what the storo contains, is
unusually appreciated by customers ;
but, as a rule, they do not like to
have goods forced upon them by
persons who pretend to understand
their wants better than they them
selves. A man may make a nuisance
of himself by pestering people with
his wares. Those who come fiom
abroad as book agents, &c, and
visit from house to house, arc
usually the greatest offenders in
this line. No objection can be taken
to their simply offering their articles
aud making the most of their good
qualities, but a persistent pressing
of them upon one's attention, with
a strong intimation that the proper
thing is to buy, becomes offensive
to most people.
Fine weather has prevailed for
tho past week, and if the roads
ruined by the heavy rains could
be repaired, Kauaians would have
less cause for complaint.
Mr. Preston, tho astronomer, and
his assistant, aio now at Kolon.
They have a little cottage on tho
beach, where they can make their ob
servations, and the bright starlit skies
have favored them not a little.
They have been at Koloa a little
over a week, having como from
Waimea. When nil their work is
completed at Koloa, they will go to
Hanalel. This journey of about
50 miles would endanger tho safety
of the instruments, as tho only over
land express-cart is the bullock
cart. So the instruments will bo
sent by steamer, while the gentle
men will ride across tho country.
Mr. Johnstone, acting Inspector
General, this week examined the
Kapaa, Kilauea andllanalci schools.
Mr. C. O. Borger, famous in in
surance business, has been inspect
ing the Island in his line, and has
met with fair success.
Kauai, Maich 11, 1887.
THE SHOOTING AFFRaTaT THE
The following is tho evidence for
the defence, rendered too late for
our issuo of Saturday last, whero
tho evidence for tho prosecution is
to bo found. W. II. Vonco said ;
Early on tho morning of Thurs
day heard rattling at back door on
inakai side of house. Was asleep,
it woko mo up. went out of my
room into back room to sco who was
there. Went up to door and called j
out "who Is that?" received no
answer but noise slopped. Thought
at ilrst it might bo Mardcn or
Frascr, but when no answer was
got thought it could not bo cither.
Took out bunch of keys .to open
door but dropped them' on lloor.
Then picked them up, went to my
room and got revolver. Then went
out and into saloon and opened
door. Was in my stocking feet.
When I opened door 1 looked out
nnd saw that lattico screen of back
door was swung open, and con
cluded someone was behind it hid
ing. Did not go out of door but
called out again and received no
answer. Then fired a shot not
knowing who it might be. Don't
know time. Did not look to see.
It was not daylight. There is a
screen fiom outer edge of back
verandah hanging to w itliin about 7
feet of ground which makes it dark
under verandah. Panel door hangs
about two feet clear of ground. If
any one had stood behind it on
ground could see legs underneath.
Pet son must have been standing on
door step within line of wall. Didn't
intend to hurt anyone, and only
fired to scare person away. Simply
fired at brick pile beyond. Only
fired one shot, and person ran, whom
I then rccogni.ed as Mardcn. I
then closed saloon door and went
back to room and afterwards (some
minutes), opened front of saloon.
Had I intended to hurt him would
have fired other shots. Then had
good chance to hit him. Had no
reason to think it was Mardcn, as
ho had keys nnd could have got in
without making any noise. Didn't
expect him back that morning after
what had passed the night before.
When I opened up two policemen
came and one shook hands with me.
Olllcer Tell came shortly after and
asked about shooting and for the
pistol. Was taking it out of pocket
to give him. When other policeman
seized me and took it out. After
this Mardcn came and went behind
counter while I was talking with
Cant. Tell. I was somewhat ex
cited. A largo crowd had rushed
in with Mardcn. Told Tell I was
manager in answer to his questions.
Then Mardcn said, "you arc not
manager, now." Wc had some
words and grappled across the bar.
Then I was arrested and taken to
Mr. Fraser had been engaged by
Mr. Olds to take Marden's place on
arrival of steamer Austialia. Mar
den knew of this arrangement some
time before. It was only after he
told Mr. Olds and I that he intended
to leave, that Fraser w as engaged.
The day before shooting, Mr. Olds
being absent to Koolau, I put Frascr
to work. Told Maiden he need not
come in morning. Never asked him
for his keys, but ho said if I thought
I was a better man than him I had
better take from him. I took no
particular notice of what ho said,
but kept on washing and wiping up.
That evening after Marden had left,
Mr. Olds telephoned to me to let
Marden stay until Monday, when ho
would be in. I said all right, and
told Fiascr to quit until Monday,
when things would bo settled by
Mr. Olds. Had no chanco to tell
Mardcn what Olds had said, .and
did not expect him to come back
that morning. Did not know Olds
had telephoned to Marden or Marden
to him. Olds simply told me to let
Mardcn stay on till Monday. I in
tended to do this, and that is why I
told Fraser to wait. Had never had
any trouble with Marden before.
Cross-examined Sleep on pre
mises. Always keep pistol loaded
in my room. Have charge of laige
sums of money theic at times, and
sleep with w indow partly up for air.
Loaded pistol sometime ago, per
haps three weeks. Only knew it
was Mardcn after ho lan out from
shade of verandah screen. Filed at
brick pile. Didn't know who it was.
Didn't think it was Maiden or Fra
ser, because I received no answer to
Don't know whether that hole in
screen was made by shot I fired or
not. It may have been. I Hied by
bcrcen door but not intending to hit
it or anyone behind it. Knew I
could not hurt anyone if standing on
step. I stood inside door with only
my head and arm out. Poison on
door step would be piotcctcdby lino
THE HAWAIIAN TREATY.
Washington, March 4 Special. J
One of the last rcpoits submitted
to the House, and upon which no
action was taken, was in support of
tho following resolution, reported
by tho judiclar committee :
Unsolved, Fiist That the Presi
dent, by and with tho advice and
consent of tho Senate, cannot nego
tiate a treaty which shall bo binding
on tho United States, wheicby duties
on imports aio to bo regulated,
cither by imposing or remitting, in
creasing or deciea8ing them, with
out tho sanction of an act of Con
gress, and that the extension of tho
term for the operation of tho original
treaty or convention w ith tho govern
ment of tho Hawaiian islands will
not bo binding on tho United States
without liko sanction, which was
provided for in tho original treaty
and convention and was given by an
act of Congress.
Second That the President is
respectfully requested to withhold
final action upon the proposed con
vention nnd to condition its final
ratification upon tho Fanttion of nn
net of Congress in respect of duties
upon niticles to bo impoitcd from
tho lluwnilan islands.
This subject wjlj again bo brought
up in tho Fiftieth Congress, A new
treaty for the extension of tho pre
sent Hawaiian treaty will be nego
tiated during tho summer by the
President. If it is simply a lcncwnl
of the piesent treaty the Senate will
icctlfy it without regard to any con
flriuatoiy legislation by the House of
London, March !. News has
been received of the capture by the
Portuguese of tliu fortcss command
ing tho bay of Tungi and tho occupa
tion of tho bay. Mamnrcl, a petty
native chief, Is at the neati oi me
present uprising on the Mozambique
mainland against the Poitugneso
nuthority. The insurgents are loot
ing along the shores, but it is not
thought that thcto is any danger to
life or propci ty on the islaud of
Mozambique, on which the capital
of the country is situated. British
ci niseis have arrived at the capital
to protect English subjects and
The Portuguese bombarded the
fortress at Tungi before captuiing
it, nnd burned the Village of Massin
ganc. LATEST FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS.
Washington, March 4. Tho fol
lowing nominations were confiuned
by the Senate this morning: Henry
P. Harris of Georgia tliiid assist
ant postinastcr-gcneral, Dabney II.
Murri of Virginia to be minister to
the republic of Columbia, George
W. Julian of Indiana to be Sun cyor
Gcncral of New Mexico, David K.
Tuttlo of Nevada to be assayer and
refiner of the mint at Carson City,
Nov., Charles T. Grellct of Cali
forma to be consul of the United
States at Algiers, John H. Campbell
of California to be consul of the
United States at Tamatave.
It is said at tho White House that
there is no possibility of a special
session of the Senate being called
by the President for the purpose of
acting on nominations or any other
The Interstate Commerce Commis
sion and a successor to Secretary
Manning will probably be appointed
next week or the week following.
Aggressions are being made by
tho San Carlos Apaches which put
the settlers out of humor. "News
from Dripping Springs of undoubted
authority elicits the fact that these
savages get off the reservation and
steal stock of all kinds in large
quantities. A lot of Indians left
Captain Smith's band on the Gila,
and then proceeded to within fifteen
miles of tho boundary, where they
stole some thirty hoises and then
decamped for the mountains, wheie
thev could not bo found. It is
surmised that they are destined for
the Navajo tribe, to whom the stock
will be probably sold.
London, March 4. Sir Michael
Hicks-Beach was absent from the
House of Commons last night,
being confined witli severe cold.
The Daily Tcleytaph thinks he will
resign the chief secretaryship for
Ireland, as his health will not allow
him to contiiuio to perform tho
arduous duties of that olllce.
London, March 4. The Slunilard
tills morning, in which no mention is
made of Sir Michael Ilicks-Be.ich's
lcsignation, says that Sir Michael is
suffering fiom an affection of the
eyes, but that lie will probably ic
appear in Pmhamont on Monday.
Last night's session was curtailed on
Nice, March 4. Another slight
shock of earthquake was felt here
A giand military tournament is
being ai ranged hero for the benefit
of the sulferers by the recent eaith
quakes, Rome, March 4. Ono pet son was
to-day taken alive from the ruins nt
Diuno-Maiino, and a whole family
were rescued from a cellar in Tuggia.
They all havo been immured since
the first shocks occurred. Engineers
report only a few houses bafo in
Oneglta. It is necessary to build
huts for the accommodation of
10,000 persons rendered homeless by
Liinciick, Mai pi) 4 A sensation
has been caused by tho perpetration
of very extensive incendiarism last
night in the countiy surrounding the
city, a large number of houses being
burned, the victims in all cases
being poisons who paid rents. Great
excitement prevails. The aggregate
of tho propei ty destroyed is very
large. Tho fires were by armed
incendiaries, who escaped. Tho
district was abla.o nil night with
burning houses aud hay.
Montreal, Mnrch4 . The arrange
ments of tho Canadian Pacific Rail-,
way company for a tlnough connec
tion with China havo been com
pleted. Three steamships havo been
chartered, nnd tho first will lcao
Hongkong early in April. Tho rail
way authoiilies hero apparently do
not anticipate any interfeicnco with
the international train soivico as a
result of the passage of tho rotalia
toiy measures by the United States
St. Pctprsburg, Match 4. Tho
Journal de St. Petersbunj icports
that the Ameer of Afghanistan, who
is preparing for a holy war, is likely
to cause more alarm in Bombay and
Madras than nt tho Russian head
quarters in Central Asia, whero no
nttaclc is meditated against tho
Beilin, March 4. The complete
returns nro as follows: Conserva
tives 81, Imperialists 39, National
Lihcials 100, Centio 97, Now Ger
man Liberals 34, Polish 15, Progios
sionlsts 15, Socialists 11, Gueiphs
4, Danish 1.
Berlin, March 4, Ilorr Wcddell
rrcsdoif was to-day elected presi
dent of tho Reichstag. Ho received
181 votes. Two ballots wero cast
for Dr. Windthorst, nnd 0!) were
London, Match 4. Tho govern
ment Iiish bill provides that a special
jury list, drawn from classes that
nre not liable to Intimidation, shall
bo formed for the trinl of special
London, March 4. The Standard
this morning says that Russia has
nddicsscd a note to spnin lcgarding
her resumption of the freedom of
notion in European nffnirs.
MR. HARRIS HYMAN will act
for mo under full p wtr of otlor
ney during my nbancn funn t'ii King,
doin. JOSEPH HYMAN.
Mnich II, 1887. 8,1 lw
A REGULAR QUARTERLY MKET
Ing of the Hoard of Trustees of
tins Queen's' Hospital will be held at thu
Itomu of tho Chamber of Comin rcc on
THURSDAY next, the 17th lnst.nt 11
a. in. Per order.
F. A. SOnAEFER, Sce'y
Honolulu, March 11, i8f7. SJ 2t
Tiir, store lately occupied
X by THON. MOSSMAN, corner of
King find Nuitiimi streets, U to let Ap.
ply to Messrs. ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Retail, $1.00 per Gallon.
Wholesale, Way Down Low.
.& Tho SCHOONER JOSEPH--W
INE is now in IliM class or
vMWj di' i'. Slio will miku two
TT' i Tin tlips a week to Ewn, under
Captain Cowl:, ennyiug fro gin and pis.
singers. Parties Wishing to make
to Pearl River, Coco Head, and o'her
pnm of Oahu may chnitcr the t-ihootiur
by iq plying to OAVT. COOK.
OPERA HOUSE I
Thprsflar EveniiiE.Mar. 17
Will ghe n ncrfoimnnro for the Benefit
of ihu HONOLULU YACHT AND
NEW LOCAL HITS!
Tho full Prrginmmo will le given in
Box Plan open nt J. E- BROWN &
CO.'Jj on 'I uolay morning. e0 8t
A SMALL CONSIGNMENT OP
Pino Songsters, foi mo cheap.
LEWIS J. LEY KY,
77 Cor. Port ta queen S'g.
MISS CLARKE, who has hud many
years xporit m o In Dres & Cloak
M king, hus OPENED A DRESSMAK
1NG ESTABLISHMENTS 101 Alukea
MRS. RODANET, iho well-known
(tic8iimUu, iccently ritmnctl
iiom Paris, has her diO'is-making rooms
still on Emma sti eet, aboo tho square.
JOHN A. SPEAR having this day
O bought out thu entire interest of
CHARLES II. PFEIFPEU, In tho lato
firm of i-pcur and 1'feiller, begs to notb
fy his former customers and the public
ilnuho is thosolo owner of slid bml.
ntfo, and will curry ni tho liuslnes of
said Into Aim, soliciting for him-elf tho
pationago lieretotoiu accorded sild linn.
All debt and claims ngidnst tho 6nld
Jato llrm ot Spear & Pfdller will bo
paid by tho undurslgmd.
JOHN. A. SPEAR.
Dated March 4th, 18j7. 771 in
Arrived at Marctafs
A Now Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Newin this Market.
FOR SALE AT AUCTIONl
By ordf r of MR. O. DUVAL, wo will
sell at Public Am tlon,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our Fnlcroom, Quein Street, that
dcsnnblo prmilBiB oil
nt picscnt occupied ns a residence by
The Lot has n frontage, of 1-10 feet on
Lnniilllo Mrert, and n it pth of 15a feet,
nnd Is well co end with gtni. Water
laid on throughout tliu rcinlscj.
Tlicro U an tho premise,
A 2-Story Dwelling; House
Will and Mibsttnl In ly built, with liny
Win iOW fiouilng the roct.
The house contains a spacious Pallor,
Dining Room and Bedroom on the
lower lloor. Also, Luige Kitchen, Pan
try and Bath ltoom. On the upper Moor
aio 3 Ucdiooms, each furnished with
Clothes Closets. Theic Is also u huge
Carrlago llouso and Stablo on tho Lot
This is one of tho mo-t delinblo resl
iluneo offered for sale. The ground
havlnganntiir.il slo u cnsiuos perfect
Di.iliuigc, and commands an excellent
uew iiom iJinnionu ucnu to ino viu
nune Mount ilns.
C3?"PHitles wishing to inspect tho
picmlscs cm do so by application to tho
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
73 td Auctioneers
I For a Course of 8 Lessons,
Sulllcleiitto i' t thu puoll to tending and
writing Pnonogrui hi, $(.(.
For a Complete Flemoiitnry
Of Twpntj.fonr Leson, $18.00.
For the Steitnrtiug; Comxe,
Asulllclentniiiiiberof I.e sonstomikt:
tho pu II. with proi or eo lion on his
pari, a Piartlcul K poitur, $75. Oi,
lieportlng Les ons miy bo taken in
Cmii-cs of IVonty.f mr I c m s, for
818 pir 0'ii'c. Tin co Cour.L"), or
ovcnlx-two L'.aMnis, will gcnciully suf.
'1 his instruction may bo tuk n by mall.
For particulars enquire at THIS OF
FICE. 7!J lin
The Bally BilMli
March 1 1th,
To be laid nt
J. II. SOPER, - - Moieli.int Sticet
A. M. IIEWETT - Merchant Street
II. WILLIAMS, - Hawaiian Hotel
and DAILY BULLETIN OFFICE.
A MEETING OF THE bTOOK
holdeis of the Mutual Telcphonn
Company will be held ut tho Company's
Building, nt 10 o'clcck n. m ,
THURSDAY, MARCH 24th,
A full attendance is irqucMcd.
By order of tho Elioctois.
62 4t A JAEGER, Stc'y.
Electric House Bells!
Put in Stores, Mouses, Sirvnnts' Out
house, fctiblc, and
Burglar Alarms !
At uatoimblo rates. For fuithcr
partlcul irs call ou
Oiiu mid I.ockNiultlt,
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Senrfhcd, Abstract of Tlllo
Pumlslud, and Conuyanocs
Drawn on short notice.
Collodion Agency. Mn. .I01IN GOOD,
Ju., AiuliorUeil Collector,
Employinont Agency. Mn. F, MARCOS,
B ccial Agent.
Gcnoral Business Agonoy. No. .IS Mer
Hull Tolvphoue .'! IN. 1. . llox 415.
TF YOU LOOSE ANYTHING,
X advortisu it in tho Daily Bulletin,
Mutual Telephone Co
Hell Tel. 112.
Mu'tinl Tel. 07:2
P. O. Bos. 1 07.
J. E . BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Heal Estate Agents Cus
tom House and Money Broken.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Lease, Contrnt ts, an I nil liidd? of Con.
vcymi'lng, Tiaik men's Hooks wilt.
ten up, Rent- nnd ceoiints col-
lecud, Returns piompt-
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Ojler the fuln w ng:
To Ren!. 'I hrco Ilou-e on LIMlm Sliect.
Rooms to Rent. 1 our or luiml omclv
fuinUliid loom-, in largo home; wvfl
slntatoil on Minima Avenue. Rent
$15 n month curb.
To Lot. Tiio house and ground) slttiatid
in Nullum Avenue, leum ly occupied
by A.J. tntiwil-h', Jr, Ln.
Offlco to Lel-Wllh Wiiitlo , If icijiilto I,
in Campbell Block, Meichuit s icet.
To Lol. A fi.ioomcd C ttngc, with Cir.
il me House nil I Oiithoiist-. Nuuatiu
Avenue, neir Clovcininsut rotmlr,
abtvo lite Qmcn Uovwigcr Emma's
place, wilh i-bout 2 acres of land -2,$
in lie i fiom ln. Kent $10 j er niuntii
To Lot. A C-ioomed Collage, with kllchin
annulled ; upper enu til Nuiiiiiiu
Aoiuu, upiuili) "Viilliy Home," lu
excellent cider, liei.t 1p.
To Lot. Tvo Cottigit., situated in tho
Chlne-e v lunch picniltei.
House and Lol lor Sale. Vry deslrablo
residence on Ikicluulu Sired. 'Iho
h u c contiins 1 Uidrooms Pallor,
Llnlnn.room, Puiitrj, Kitchen nnd
liu h oom Mobuulto pioof. Hcuse
new ti id well built.
Lot 00 by ICO feet with rriilcgo of
Ini Ine next lot. Will be sold cheap.
Fos Salo or Rent A ch irniing lisidcnoc
ou Kiimn street, containing 2 bed-
ini ms, pa lor, dining room, kltohi n
bath, Ac. Umlcti font mid biuk;
carriage hou-te, statics and sen nut'
qiin turs detached.
For Salo or Lease With immediate po.
mn inn, thai valua ile estate Known as
tho MiUANU VLLEV RANCH,
sltuiiiid lu the Numn u Valley, 'iy,
miles fiom the chy, nnd undoubtedly1
tint iiio-i. eligible situ foi a milk or
milk in d buttei dull.) lu thisKingdom.
Lease For Sale The 1c ic, having seven
on n lis to run, with pilvihg if ic
ntwifg ot m st de ir.iblc ru-idjnco
hituilul on Kuk il 1iie. within six
in I miles' walk ot Po-t Olllce. Ilou-o
contains 5 rooms, kitclun, bith, out
homes, btou-housc ami stable.
For Lease 'Tho rc-ldincc nnd ii'iuro
lands nt 1'iinoi Vnlliy, (cciipicdby
Mrs Long. A p!umliti propei ty.
ForSalo. lOpmSid It r Hucgy, cheap
For Salo Clioap 1 Squiiio Piano, 7 Ou
tuves, in g ,oit i id i.
1 Upright 1 inno, I1. Ocacs, in good
0 di I.
Wanted It "pecui In onth to ns'ist In a
Iiumiii"s ifctibllHhmcni in ih j lily,
nnd m k lnnisclt generally u-cful;
would r tlc'c with the funily; wage-,
with bo ml and ludgiiw:, $1 a month
Wanted. A iwpictili'o Englbh or Gir
ninn Glil lo u-i-ist in u small it mily
Wanted lij nrompe'ont Engineo , I old
lug llis,.cla'-s ctriillciilc-, and highlj
leu miuctidcd, situation ut sea oi on
Wanted to Rent. A Cottage, containing
tan i or tho moms. MusMiu in good
lora iiy, ml wiihin tin or fifteen
minutes' wnlk of P st Ofllcc.
Wanted. A Jaj uiics-jNiiiso
Situation Wanted Uy a cvnliln mm,
tliu o gh y until i' tands the cnic of
1 o i-es bond drvi-i, if lequiicd;
uiaiiUd; wl o Q(( hous ktopei nnd
Situation Wanted Uy a sfady nmn, ns
coaclini'iii oiciiuigoof t:i iles; hlgl
ly 1 1 commended. Well ucqualuud
Situation Vanlod fly Moady man; mm
lied. I iiileiatunds tho cure of stock;
Good drh'Lr. Wllo gd toimstress.
Situation Wanted U tin ixiericucid
li.rnc". maker; not pirtlcular ns to
en ployment; irun not so much an
objec in n pirmntieni position.
Situation Wanted Uy an ixpoilenced
Ai (.militant and 'Hook ktej or, from
ill j Coast.
8 Merchant Street.
GHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millinery House.
Wo havolhls day receneit by tho S. S.
Australia, tho finest line of
ever shown in this el'y. They nro
all I'u'ors anil tin: very
A Complete lino of
lu Will to mill ISIack. All
the Litt Nnu'ltios in
Wings and Hat Trimmings !
which will bu on Exhibition on
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
Tho Leading Millinery House.
COIC. FOltT & HOTUI, STS.
TS HEREBY G1VJ N THAT ON AC
X toiiit of the do ith of Yang Kong
Ung Managirif thoiliuiof Wii g Cluing
Lung, now doing biiblni is on ounerrf
Mnuniilu-i nnd Ho cl stiects, Honolulu,
Liii'lnu Uooig Ih Icuhi appiiu cd us
iiiui'gur of sum lit in hiienflcr lie his
lull jowoi to lun the lliui nniiiu ami
lioiuiw nicnty for the b Ltlltiif mid
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT.
X adurtiso n tho Paily Uullwin,
Kelt Telephone :H. I . llox 4ISJ
CSIAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
ItookM Miiitcn up, Accounts nmt
Einplnjniuit mid Shipping Aeency.
Labor Comma Bluliks nid Revtnuo
Stamps always on hand. Copying and
translating lu nil Inngimgis in.nl In this
Kingdom. Oiilirs from tho other Ie
lauds will recelxo prompt attention.
Wanlod. A Cottage w i lit n live minute
walk of the Post Ofll e, suitably np.
polntt d for thu uccoiiiiiiodctlon ot a
su all family.
Wanted Einplojnifiit bv competent
tic ily, tioatlu s who will innkc tlirm
silvm mcful in taking e,iij ot'dior
jnnlsit il giinlciif, niul In othe. light
wmk requited b piivalo Inm'ly.
Wanted. A Sltuitlon 'y a competent
prni'liciil UiigSiieir, who has hud ninny
Years' evpriTotc , and can gio tho
best of iiferciius. Einplcymcut on a
plantation i r. fcrrcd.
Wanlcd Employ nunt by n fl'stctafs
cuipentcr, who would lm glad to tnko
n situation on n plant itlon, or inn
private family, wlmc he could mnko
himself genciully ucful In keeping
buildings, finres, &c , In rcpiir, tuk
ing caic of liortcs, u door jard, or gir
Also, by a flrst.clais Horscshocr; would
like a job on n iliniutlo'i whuroho
could do geueinl repair wnk.
For Lease. 10 Acres of Land, 2 miles
from Mo-siniui'(t corner '5 acres of
whlih is hititablo for cither Hlco or
Tum, iiiul has b(cn undei cultivation
for the Inft 5 veins. All ln,li,ii,,u
necessary for a ilist-clnss little lauch
now on tin prcmlso .
For Sale 2 unci or Choice Tarn Tand,
siiuntc neir the Ins inc Asjlnm.
Valuable Propcrllcs for Sale. a Acies of
Lund, spit mildly slnuued in Mnkikl
lAcro in Mnkikl, on Berotanla street,
line building file.
1 Acres w ith 4-ronm Cottage, on Liliha,
street, A rme eliuicc.
Full particulars givcu upon applica
No. 38 Merchant Stroct, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Mcsrs. Smith &
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Assorted Widths and Lengths
Just received per "C. It. Bishop," la
good ordei, nnJ for salo in
QUANTITIES TO SUIT
At very Low Pi Ices, by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
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This flnovoung trotting bred stslllon
wllUtaid ihi coming tcjson at Di eld's
Stallcs, Knpiolaul Park, to a limited
Terms, g.'tO.OO Sew-jon.
AITOS CHIEF', bay stnlllon, ty
S)( dilution; ho by l(y,djks Hamble
f uinn, out ot Mitrlhii Wnsliingion, by
Uurr'a Wasliingion; hei darn by Abdal.
lull. 1st diitn Iiy Ludy P ml, by Skagg'a
Riltler; her (Itim Uy Gluuoc. Tlio
nbovii stnlllon wus nil-cd by bir Claus
Por fuither ptitlculars enquire nt the
FASHION HI ABLE-, or ot F. HU8
TAOE, nt Hitstnco eV Robertson's olllce,
Queen Street. 72 im
Young Venture, Jr.
'lhl- flnc joung ttotting-brrd stnlllon.
ie ns old, will btnnd (or tl.o coming
siu-on at tho (01 nor of QUEEN &
TeiiiiH, r2. the NcaNOit.
YOUNG VENTURE Is n 1 lack stal
lion, bird by .Mi. Iliuntr, of Maul; his
dam was a line mare, half Patelu-n and
hull Blank Moignn; ho is Mud, gentle
nnd htjlUh; no limits whateer, and
one of ilin closest bred stallions in tho
Kingdom, which shows allying power
In in 0 any niaro sliould fail to havo
11 foil by him, hlsservids will bo ion.
iloieit nct w a on hen of chaipc.
Poi fmtliei pllllicubirs enquire of
r'7 lm OAI'T. CLUNEY.
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