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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
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Banlc o Cullibrula, H. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Xho Commercial Bank Co., of Byducy,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Bydnoy,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Ohrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic-
toria, B. O., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
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Bat eitabllihed for the benofit of all.
TUESDAY, MAR. 15. 1887.
WHY NOT BEGIN AT ONCE?
The Loan Act, under which 100,
000 have been placed nt the Bank of
California, provides $100,000 for
the improvement of tho harbor of
Honolulu and new wharves, and
8150,000 for the improvement of
the streets of Honolulu and road
ways of tho kingdom. And as tho
sum specified just now, is, wc be
lieve, at once available, why cannot
these works be at once taken in
hand V The necessary preliminaries,
as concerns the road dcpaitmcnt,
such as surveying, grading, etc.,
have, wc presume, been long sinco
attended to. The great fire of nearly
a year ago cleared the way for new
streets, which the Minister of Inte
rior of that time wisely prevented
being built upon, and the openings
where the streets should be now
exist. Why not devote a portion of
tho available money for metaling
and otherwise preparing these road
ways for traffic? Then there is the
Pali road, the building of which
would greatly enhanco the taxable
value of property on the other side
of the mountain range, besides mak
ing an outlet for summer residences
for the well-to-do residents of Hono
lulu, might be wisely proceeded
with. Tho harbor is badly in need
of attention, and wharf accommoda
tion might be extended and in
creased to advantage. There is a
present demand for more loom in
this quarter. The putting into ope
ration public works of this char
acter, besides being permanent im
provements and reproductive under
takings, would provide employment
for tho unemployed. At the pre
sent time, such is the general con
edition of trade, commerce, and pri
vate enterprise, that man' people
arc without work and know not
where to look for it. Setting these
works in operations, would be, at
least in part, a solution of the pro
blem which puzzles the working
man. In Australia there has been
unusual depression of late, but tho
progressive governments of those
progressive colonies have done much
towards lessening tho seventy of tho
times, by undertaking and pushing
forward public works for the sake
of giving employment to the needy.
- The Hawaiian Government, if alivo
and up to the times, will adopt a
similar course with the available
Good writing using the word now
in its mechanical sense is writing
that can be easily read. Tho pur
pose of writing is to transfer words
and thoughts to paper, but if it be
dona in a style that nobody can
read, or can read only with diffi
culty, the writing must be pro
nounced bad. It may be embellished
with all the graceful flourishes
imaginable, and look pretty to tho
eye, but if it be lacking in tho essen
tial quality of plainness, wo should
bo unwilling to characterise it as
good writing. In tho teaching of
tho art in schools, this is a point
that should be especially insisted
upon. Let legibility always take
precedence of ornamentation. Of
all places where the importance of
this proposition is admitted and
realised, post offices and printing
offices are tho foremost ; and these
of all places have tho widest rango
of experience with every conceiva
Wo stylo of writiug, and every possi
ble description of scrawls intended
to servo tho purpose of writing. It
is really surprising how few letters,
papers, etc., fail to reach their in
tended destination, after onco drop
ped into a post office receiving box,
considering tho character of tho
writing in which so many of them
are addressed. Sometimes a down
stroke is made, with a dash to the
right, which is intended to stand for
London. It looks just as much liko
Lisbon, Longhrcda, or Longfellow,
ns London, aud how tho postal clerks
divine that London is what is meant,
is a puzzle. Of cotirsc, if the letter
should miscarry, the postal system
will bo blamed. Conipositois and
proof-rcadeis in a printing office,
too, have sometimes to handle queer
copy, and are frequently compelled
to do considerable guess work. Some
persons who write a moderately legi
ble hand otherwise, have a habit of
forming their a's and o's, e's and
i's, it's and n's alike, so that if the
word is not familiar it is hard to
decide which letter is intended. Bad
writing is not only a great annoy
ance to the printer, but it is also an
nunoyancc to the writer, when ho
sees his matter in print making him
say something entirely different
from what ho intended to say. In
nine cases out of ten, he will curse
the printer, never for n moment
thinking that tho fault lies with him
self. The annoyance to both parties
can be easily avoided by writing
plainly, which is about as easy to
do as to
make an undecipherable
New York, March 5. SpecialJ.
Tho Star's London cablegram says :
Telegrams from Constantinople state
that Russia will not permit punish
ment of her agents in the unsuccess
ful cmute at Silistria, and has warn
ed the Bulgarian rcgenc' that they
will bo held responsible for injury
to tho persons or property of Rus
The regency have resolved to
bring all the Bulgarian officers con
cerned in the mutiny to court-matial,
and to deal vigorously with all of
Reports from Russian sources i c
present that tho leading Muscovite
papers are clamoring tho armed oc
cupation of Bulgaria by the Russian
army as the only possible solution
of the difficulty that threatens end
less complications and the destruc
tion of Russian prestige in the Bal
Telegrams from Bucharest declare
that the fugitivo insurgents from
Bulgaria who crossed in the night to
Roumania, and have not yet been
arrested by the authorities, have
disbanded and disappeared.
Sofia, March 4. Tho authorities
have placed under arrest thirty per
sons, including Karaveloff and
Tsapoff, who wero found to be in
communication with the insurgents
at Silistra and Rustchuck. They
arc also charged with being impli
cated in a plot to enlist thirty armed
men for the purpose of creating a
disturbance here and adding to the
complications with which the regen
cy have to contend.
The rising at Rustchuck has been
entirely suppressed. All tho insur
gent officers were cither taken pri
soner, killed or wounded in battle
with the loyal troops, or drowned.
The insurgents, after arresting tho
loyal officers and commander of the
garrison, summoned the infantry to
surrender, which they refused to do.
Tiring then began, and the muti
neers were attacked by tlio minua
and forced to retreat. They were
pursued and driven into the Danube
by the infantry. The revolters took
to the boats and endeavored to es
cape, but their boats were stopped
by the gunboat, and they compelled
to yield. Tho loyalists entered Sil
istria without opposition. They
found there tho corspc of Colonel
Kristoff, commander of the garrison,
who had been killed by his men.
Tho other officers escaped into Rou
mania. London, March 4. A dispatch to
tho Times from Bucharest states
that several persons wero killed in
the fighting at Silistria between tho
insurgents and loyal troops. Two
officers and sixteen privates who en
gaged in the revolt wero captured
A state of siege has been proclaim
ed at Sofia.
Paris, March 4. A telegram from
Glurgcvo says : Risings havo taken
placo at Ticrnova and other places,
and tho insurgents are reported to
be masters of affairs at Tiernova.
Communication between Sofia and
tho provinces arc interrupted. An
archy is spreading in Bulgaiia.
TUMBLING INTO A CANYON.
AN ADVENTURE IN A COLOIIADO l'ASS
STKANOE ESCAl'E OF A WOMAN
W110 FULL FOOIC HUNDIIED
Chicago, January 22. Mrs. T. J.
Townslcy of this city, who was an
occupant of the stage coach that
fell a distance of 400 feet down In
dependence Pass, Col., in Decem
ber, aud escaped without a scratch,
arrived hero yesterday. She is
about twenty-live years of age.
Describing tho incidents, tho details
of which havo npt before been
printed, she says:
" At. ltivlirfiijr mi flm mnrmnnr nf
j December Kith, I was awakened at
my hotel in Lcadvillc nnd informed
that tho Aspen singe coach was
waiting for me. It was bitter cold
and snowing so densely that the
driver had to pilot me to the coach.
I had on a heavy, double-fold velvet
dress, a seal-skin sacquc, a buffalo
robe pinned over my shoulders, my
head covered by a fur cap, and my
face enveloped in a shawl, allowing
nn aperture for my cye3. Despite
all these protections I was flight
fully cold. The coach was drawn
by six horses and was on wheels.
Wo were preceded by tho Granite
coach, which was on runners. Tho
road over Elk Mountain is a natural
one that will admit of but a single
"At the top of tho mountain tho
Granite coach halted in a station
blasted out of the lock and allowed
us to go ahead, and the descent
began. The road at tins point in
clines at an angle of 45. Tho
driver put on his lock-chain to the
wheels, thus virtually converting
them into runners. "The vehicle,
despite these precautions and by its
own weight, went down at a fright
ful pace. Wo could barely keep
our scats. Wc balanced ourselves
as best wc could,. Running up from
tho truck and 'through the box of
the coach was a perpendicular bar
of steel called the king-pin. I clung
to this and managed to keep myself
right side up. Down the nanow
patli in the side of the mountain wc
went with the horses in a mad gallop
to keep the coach from running them
down. Wo were rounding Indepen
dence Pass when suddenly the driver
" 'Jump, jump for your '
"He never finished tho sentence.
Ho had been holding the coach as
near the embankment as the narrow
pass would permit. Ahead of him
ho saw a heavy bowlder topple and
fall down the mountain side into
the path. This caused him to make
the cry of warning. The obstruc
tion v as only twenty yards ahead of
him, and it was boyond human
power to stop the coach. I saw the
driver leap. Inside we all held on
to the king-pin. Down wo went,
and in another instant tho forward
wheels struck the rock. Tho hind
paitof the coach was thrown for
ward and outward, aud the king
pin snapped liko a reed. The box,
with all in it, went over the preci
pice on its side, and through the
window I fell out. Less fortunate
than myself, the coach and my
fcllow-touiists lodged in u crevice
in the side of the precipice some
one hundred and eighty feet below
the load. I was thrown out with
such force that I cleared this crag
and kept on and down the full 400
feet to the bed of the canyon aud
into a bank of snow, cutting my
way into it ns if it were water, head
first. The Granite coach to the
rear of us pulled into a notch in the
rocks, and the driver nnd some pio
spectors got out and began to climb
down to where I had lodged. Armed
with shovels, they began to dig me
out, and, curious to relate, the one
flesh wound I received was from the
blade of a shovel, which plowed up
a furrow in my ankle when thej
reached me. I was finally dug out,
unconscious, and to all appearances
dead. Restoratives wero admin
istered, and I was taken up and
carried to the toll-house at the head
of the cliff. Hero my hands and
limbs wcic nibbed and my face
slapped until my cheeks were raw.
But all to no avail. I was black in
tho face, and there was no audible
or visible respiration. I was left in
the caio of tho toll-keeper and tho
Granite coach passengers, while the
two drivers staited for Aspen, thir
teen miles distant, to summon a
physician. One of tlio party re
turned at midnight with a doctor.
In the meantime I had revived and
had, in company with the toll
keeper, gone down in a sleigh to
tho dinner station, three miles
below, and was administering to the
wounded and dying. All of the
rest had sustained frightful injuries
hi their fall of 180, while I, falling
over twice the distance, came out
of the disaster with no other inju
ries than a buiisc inflicted by a
shovel." rs. F. Bulletin.
Indianapolis, March 4. Tlio
Journal's South Bend (Ind.) spe
cial reports that Mother Angela,
ono of tho most widely known
women in this country, died very
suddenly to-day at St. Mary's aca
demy, an educational institution for
females, which she founded in 1850
at Notio Dame. Mother Angola
was u njeco of Thomas Ewing, Sec
retary of State under President Har
rison, and was educated with her
cousin, now tlio wife of General
Sherman, at Georgetown convent.
She was also a cousin of James G,
Blaine, both being born in tho same
house in Brownsville, Pa., and pass
ing their earlier years togcthor.
During her Washington life Mother
Angela (then Miss Elvira Gillcsplo)
was a much courted belle, noted for
her learning and wit. When 2G
years old she left bociety, joined
tho order of the Sisteis of the Holy
Cross, nnd coming to South Bend
she established tho St. Mary's aca
demy, and under her administration
it became one of the most noted
educational institutions in tho coun
try. In 1870 she became Mother
Supeiior of tho order for tho United
WINDTHROST AND BISMARCK.
Dr. Windthrost, Prinoo Bismarck's
chief foo in tho Reichstag, is describ
ed as a little man very ugly to look
nt, with eyes Jijco a frog's and mouth
reaching from enr to car. Ho Is
opposed to Bismarck ostensibly on
patriotic but really on personal
grounds, his grievance being that In
18t56 by tho annexation of Hanover
lie was eliminated from a fat offico
which ho had held in Hint kingdom.
He is tlio reverse of Bismarck in
nearly all respects. Bismarck is
big, Windthrost llttlo; the former
rough and overbearing, the latter
polished and suave ; the ono n sturdy
Prostcstant, the other an ardent
Romanist ; tho Chancellor proud of
his big, blacksmith-like hands, tho
Opposition Leader vain of his lily
white fingers, over which a manicure
spends an hour a day ; and finally
Bismarck a deep drinker of good
German beer, and Windthrost a free
tippler of choice brands of French
champagne. N. Y. Tribune.
ON ACCOUNT OP REPAIRS TO
their house, MH. ond MRS. W. H.
SCHMIDT will not bo nt home for tho
next few weeks. til 2t
Am Sonntng, den 20 Macrz, Vor
mittags 11 Uhr, Dcutschci Gottcs
dienst (lurch Herrn Pastor Iscnbcrg
in der Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Kaiserlich Dcutchcs Konsulat.
Honolulu. 81 5t
MR. MORRIS HYMAN will net
for mc under full power of attor
ney during my absence from t'lis King,
dom. JOSEPH HYMAN.
March U, 1887. 83 lw
ARL'GULAK QUAflTEIU.Y MEET
ing of thu Uonid ol Trustees of
the Queen's Hospital will bo lirM at the
Room of thu Clumber of Cuiimi roe on
THURSDAY mxt, the 17th hut , nt 11
a. m. Per order.
F. A. FOHAEFKIl, Scc'y
Honolulu, Match 14, 1837. Si 3t
THE STORE LATELY OCCUPIED
by TIIOS. MOBSMAN, corner of
Kinc and Nuunnu Mrcets, is lo lot Ap
ply to Messrs. ALLEN & HOUINSON.
Retail, $1.00 per Gallon.
Wholesale, Way Down Low.
A. W, PEIRCE & CC.
IT'ull Company !
Will give a performance for tho Boncflt
of tho HONOLULU YACHT AND
NEW LOCAL HITS!
The full Pi ogrnmme will Lo given iu
Box Plan open at J. K. BROWN &
CO,'S on Tuesday morning. 80 8t
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
veins cxnorlcnru in Drest & Clonk
Mnkinu', 1ms OPENED A DRESSMAK.
1NQ E3 TABLISHMENT nt 1 01 Alakca
dressmaker, reocntly returned
from Paris, 1ms her dress-making rooms
still on Emma street, above tho square.
JOHN A. SPEAR having this day
O bought out the entire interest of
OHAKLKS H, PFEIFFEll, In the lalu
ilrm of Spear and Pfeiiler, begs to noil,
fv his former customers nml the public
that ho Is tho solo owner of said but!,
ness, and will carry on the business of
said Into firm, soliciting for himself the
pationago heretofore necorded said firm.
All debt and claims against the said
late llrm of Hpcnr & Pfciller will bo
paid by tho undersigned.
JOHN A. SPEAR.
Dated March 4th, 1837. 77 1m
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
By order of MR. O. DUVAL, wo will
sell at Public AuUlon,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our Salesroom, Queen Street, that
desirable premises an
at present occupied ns n residence by
Tho Lot has n frontngo of 140 fort on
Lunnlllo Street, nnd a (fi'plli of 150 feet,
nnd Is well covered with gins. Water
luld on throughout the premise.
Thcro Is nn tho premise,
A 2-Ktoiy Dwelling; House
Well nnd substantially bulll, with IJay
Window fronting tho street.
Tho house contains n spacious Parlor,
Dining Room and llcdroom on tho
lower floor. Also, Largo Kitchen, Pan
try nnd Rath Room. On the upper floor
are 3 Bedrooms, each furnished with
Clothes Closets. Thcro Is also a largo
Carrlago Houso and Slablo on tho Lot
This is ono of tlio most desirable icst
deneo offered for sale. Tho ground
having a natural slot e ensures perfect
Drainage, nnd commands nn excellent
view Jrom Diamond llend to tho Wnl
nmio Mount tins.
CSfPnrtles wihlng to inspect tho
picmlscs can do so by application to tho
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
73 Id Auctioneers
For a Conrae of 8 IjChkomh,
Puilirionttoget the pupil lo rending nnd
writing Pnonography, $U.)0.
For a Complete momentary
Of Twcnty.four Lesion", $18.00.
For the Uepoi-tiiifj Coiitoc,
A sufficient number of I.e sons to m ike
the pu Ml, with proper eertion' ou his
pirt, it Piarticil Kipoiter, 75. Oi,
Reporting Les-ons iniy be taken in
Courses of Twenty-four Lc-'ons, for
818 per C hiim Three Cour.es, or
seventy-two Lessons, will generally suf.
1 his instruction may be tfikn by mnil.
For particulars enquire at THIS OF
FICE. 10 lm
Tlie Daily Bulletin
March 1 1th,
To ho had nt
J. H. SOPER, - - Mcichnnt Street
A. M. HEWETT - Merchant Sticct
11. WILLIAMS, - Hawaiian Hotel
and DAILY BULLETIN OFFICE.
A MEETING OF THE STOOK
holdcis of the Mutual Telcphono
Compnny will bo held at tho Company's
Building, nt 10 o'clock n. in.,
THURSDAY, MARCH 24th,
A full attendance is requested.
Ry order of tho Dltectois.
82 4t A. JAEGER, Bec'y.
Electric House Bells!
Put iu Stores, Houses, Servants' OuU
house?, Btnbloj, and
Burglar Alarms !
At rcufconublo rates. For further
particulars call on
timi nnd TiOnkHiultli,
Bethel Street, - Honolulu.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Senrched, Abstract of Tlllo
FutnlBlud, mid Conveyances
Drawn on short notice.
Collodion Agency. -Mil. JOHN GOOD,
Jit,, AiilhoiUcd Coller'ni
Employment Agency. M it. F. MARCOS,
General Ousinoss Agency. No. :i8 Mer
Hell Telephone IHN. I. O. Ilox 415.
TF YOU LOOSE ANYTHING,
X advertise it iu thu Daily Bullltin,
Hell Tel. 112. Mutual Tel. 072.
P. O. Ilox 1,07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campboll Block, Merchant St..
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Real Entato Agents, Cus
tom House nnd Mouoy Brokers.
FIRE AND LITE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Lease", Contrncts, and nil kind of Con.
eyjnelng, Trnde'incn'o Hooks wilt
ten up, Rent- nnd Accounts col
lected, RetuiiH prompt,
CHARGES STRICTLY MODERATE.
Ofler tho fallowing:
To Ron!. Thrco House ou Llllha Street.
Rooms to Rent. Four very handsomely
fuinlibcd looiiM in huge homo; well
bltuated on Nuunnu Avenue. Rent
$13 a month each.
To Lot. The house and grounds situated
iu Nuu.inu Aenue, recently occupied
by A. J. Camvilght, Jr., Khi.
Offico lo Lot With Window, If require 1,
in Campbell Rlock, Mciehnnt street.
To Lot. A (Moomcd Cottage, wtlh Cur.
t l.i go House nuil Outhouse', Nuunnu
Avenue, noir Government reservoir,
nbnve bite Queen Downgcr Emma's
place, with "bout 2 litres of lnud 24
mile f i om twn. Rent $10 per ninriUi.
To Lot. A doomed Cfitlnijc, v lib kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuunnu
Anoiiiic, opposite " Vallty Home," In
excellent older. Rent $1.
To Let. Tuo Cottage?, situated hi the
Ohino.-c I hutch piemhci.
Houso and Lot for Sale. Very dcslrnblo
residence on Hcietnnhi Street. rlho
luii-o contains A Utdroonn, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pnuliy, Kiuhen nnd
Hit broom, Mosquito proof. Houso
new and well built.
Lot 100 by ICO feet with privilege of
hnylni; next lot. IIW be sold cheap.
Fos Salo or Rent A. cb.iimlng rchidenoc
ou Klimu street, containing 2 bed.
rooiH, parlor, (lining room, kltclu n
bath, Ac. Garden 1 out nnd back;
rnrriiic house, stables nnd servant's
For Sale or Leaso -With Immediate pos.
bi" Inn, tlin" valuable estate known as
the NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
Rituatid Iu ihe Xuuiii u V.illey. '
miles from the city, and undoubtedly
the ino-t eligible site for a milk or
milk and buttci daiiy iu thisKlugdom
For Leaso Tho rcldinru and pasture
lands nt I'nuou VnlUy, uccupied by
Jira i.ong. A vpicnuiu property.
For Salo. 1 Optn Slduli ir Huggy, cheap.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Square Piano, 7 Oo
taves, iu good trdur.
1 Upright Piano, 7J Octaves, in good
Wanted Rc-peolal In youth lo nssist in n
bu-lnet-s (stibllabmeut in llu rily,
and in ku himself generally u-cful;
would r.tlilc with thcfjinlly; wages,
with bond aud lodging, $15 a month
Wanted. A lcspictih'c EnglMi or Qer
man Girl to ic-tibi in u small lumlly.
Wanted Ky n competent Engincc, bold
itiy flist-eli'S cirtiliriilC'i, nnd highly
iLcoiunicudcd, situation nt sea or on
Wanted to Ront. A Cottage, rnntnlnlng
four oi live roomi. Must bo in Rood
lora'ity, iinl within tin or fifteen
minutes' walk of Post Olllce.
Wanted. A Japanese Nuisc.
Situation Wanted Ry n capable mm,
thoioiighy undtrctands tho care of
ho ses. Oood driver, if lequircd;
married; wiio jjocd housekeeper nnd
Situation Wanted By a steady man, as
cnuctimnn, or charge of -tables; high
ly recommended. Acll ncqualuttd
Situation Wanlod By Heady man; mm
rii'd. I'ndoiblniiils the care of stock;
Good driver. Wilo gocd sc unstress.
Situation Wanlod By an experienced
hiiiic?.iiiakci ; not pirticulur ns to
employment; wajos not t-o much uu
object a a pcimaucnt positiou.
Situation Wanted By nn experienced
Ateountiint aud llook.kecpor, from
U8 Merchant Street.
-A Now Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely New in this Market.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Tho leading Millinery House.
AVo havo (his clay iccoied by tho S. S.
Australia, tho ilncnt line of
ever shown In this city. They nro
all Colors nnd tiiuvviy
A Complete lino ot
Ladies' Hats !
In White nml ISluck. All
the Litest Novelties in
Winfrs and Hat Trimmings !
Which will bo on Exhibition on
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
Tho Leading Millinery House.
01. POUT & 1BOI JOL sm
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT.
X advertise iu tho Daily Bollktix. '
Itcll Telephone 34. 1. O. Ilox 415.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
IIonltH written tip, Account nnd
Emplojment nnd bhlpplua; Agency.
L-ibor Contmct Blanks and Rovenuo
Btnmps nlwuyj on hnnd. Copying nnd
translating hi nil language") mad iu this
Kingdom. Older from tho other Ib
lauds will receive prompt nttenllon.
Wanted. A Coilngu I'hln flvo mlnutci '
walk of thu Po-il 0111 r, suitably ap
pointed for thu r.cuummodr.tlon of a
Wanlod Employment bv competent
hie dy, hotllo s ho will mnkuthein
wives utcful in bikini; c.iru of door
3 aids in. d em-dens, and In other light
vtoik required by piivate family.
Wanted. A Situation Qy n competent
practical Ihiglucer, who has had many
years' e.xpullellO',, und can glvo the
best of refereneis. Employment on a
Wanlod Employment by a first-class
carpenter, who would lie glndtotnka
n situation on n plantation, or in a
piivate family, wheic he could mnko
himself generally useful. In keeping
buildings, fence, &c, In repair, tak
ing enro of borocs, a door yard, or gar.
Also, by n flrst-cliss Hnrscdioer; vonld
like a job ou n pliutnlion where ho
could do genctnl repair work.
For Loaso. 40 Acres of Land, 2 miles
from Mossmiiii's comer Ui acres of
which is Hiilahlo for either Itlce or
Tnro, and has been under cultivation
for the lost 5 years. All buildings
necessary for a llrst-class little ranch
now on tho prcmiso .
For Salo 2 acies or Choice Taro Laud,
situate nc tr the Insane Asjlum.
Valuable Properties lor Sale. a Acres of
Land, splindidly situated in MaklkL
lor homestc ids.
1 Acre in Makikl, on Beretanla street,
lino building titc.
Acres with 4-ronm Cottnge, on Llllha
btreet, A rnrc ehanco.
Full particulars given upon applica
tlount No. 30 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
L-itcly occupied by Messrs. Smith &
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
Assorted Widths and Lengths
Just received per "C. R. Bishop," in
good order, nnd for sale in
QUANTITIES TO SUIT
At very Low Prices, by
H. HACKFELD & CO.
APTOS CHIEF I-
This fine voting trotting bred stnlilon
wllltai,d thy coming season nt Dcd-l'M
Stables, Kapiolanl Park, to a limited
number of mares.
TciniH, gao.OO McnHon.
APTOS CHIEF, bay stnlilon, by
Speculation; ho by Uy.-dyk's Humble.
Uiiinu, nut of Martha Washington, by
Iiurr'n Washington; her dam by Abdul,
lull. 1st dam ny Lady IMoJ, by Skagg's
itittler; her (lam by Gleneoe. Tho
iibouMnlliou was rabed by Sir Claus
S re kcls.
For further pirticultira enquire nt the .
FASHION ailvBUSS or of F. HUS
TAOIC, nt Hustaco ii Kobertson's ofllce,
Queeu Street. 72 lm
Young Venture, Jr.
Till flno young IroUing-brcd stnlilon,
4yers obi, will Htnnd for tlio coming
bv n-on at tlio corner of QUEEN &
Tci'iiih, 625 the Senium.
YOUNO VENTURE la 0 black stnl.
lion, bred by Mr. Horner, of Maul; his
dam was a lino mure, half Paldhi-n nnd
half Black Morgan; ho Is kind, gentle
and HjlUh; no faults whatever, nnd
onu of the eldest bred btnlllong In tho
Kingdom, v,hlch shows aiiijuig power
Iu case any liinro should fall to havo
a foal by him, his bervlees will bo ion.
dored next season free of charge.
For further particulars enquire) of
77 lm OAIT. CLUNKY.
TF YOU FIND, ANYTHING.
X advertise it In tho Daily UuLtibTW