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Its gnUm UU;th
TUESDAY, MAR. 15, 1887.
Hktno Mary Wlnkclman from San Fran
cisco Uktno Eureka from San Francisco
Whaler Eliza from San Francisco
Schr Wnicliu fi'oln Walnlua
Stmr Klnna for Mnnl anil Hawaii, at 5
Stmr LikcUko for Kalnilnl and Nana, at
0 p in
Stmr Jas Makeo for Walanao anil Ka-
pnn, at noon
Stmr Iwnlsinl for Lalintnu and llama-
knu, at 8 a in
Stmr Mlkahala for ICanal, at "i p in
Schr Waloll for lloiiomu
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Australia for 8au Francisco, at noon
Stmr Kllauea lion for llamakna, at
Sclir Josephine for Ewa
Schr Canute for Laupahochoc
Schr Walelm for Wnlalua
.CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
)3ebr Walehu 170 bigs of sugar.
The Allle Jtowc will dock to-monow
The u.irkcutlno Emcka. 3Icycr mas
ter, arrived tliU niornliig, 14 days fiom
San Francisco, with about 000 tons of
general meichnndlec. She Is consigned
to Ilackfcld & Co.
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Australia, Ilondlctt
Ilk Ceylon, Calhoun
Ilk Kalakaua, Armstrong
Jik Maitha Flolicr, Buekln
Bktuc Eureka, Meyer
Uktnc S N Castle, Hubbaid
Ilktno Mary Wlnkclnmu, Brake
ligtno Consiielo, I ouslns
JJrigAllIu Rone, Phillips
Brit baik Velocity, Bolster
Ger bk C It Bishop, Wolters
Schr Hera, Clossou
.Aid wh bk Helen Mars, from San
"KKinnu'sco, due cb 10-23
Anmh bk Francis Palmer, fiomSau
Jb'rancigeo, duo Feb 10-28
Am wk bk Mars, fiom San Fiauclsco,
Am wh bk Andiew Hicks, from San
IFruiH isco, Uno l eb 10-28
Am missionary steam bktno Moinlng
StjiT, 11 F Turner, from the South Sea
Island., duo Feb 20-28
Am baik Tlmour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Dec 17, duo May 1-20.
Am wh bark Hunter, Geo W Jenks,
fiom tho Line Islands, duo March 10-:tl.
Ger bark Hydia, from Hongkong, duo
Am bk Ceylon, E Calhoun, from San
Francisco, due Feb 18-20
Haw schr General Seigel, from Fiench
Frigate Shoals, due Not 20-30.
At Queen's Hospital, March 15th
John Owen Davles a native of Wales.
Aged about 03 years.
In this city, March 13th, at tlio resi
dence of his brother-in-liw, Mr. John
II. Paty, at 11 o'clock v. m. Benjamin
Frank Bolles a native of New London,
Conn., U. S. A., aged 43 years, 11
mouths and IS days.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tut?: Honolulu Hides will drill this
Mr. U..J. Agnow received a milch
i cow by the Eureka this morning.
Mr. Ilcury Turton Jj. has been ap
pointed acting-deputy sheriff for
A service in tho German language
will bo delivered by Pastor Iscnbcrg,
at the Y, M. C. A. Hall, on Sunday
next at 11 a. m.
Tub Portuguese Band played at
tho Cosmorumn, Jlotol street, last
evening. Many persons weio at
tracted by tho music, and tho show
was well pationized.
In order to avoid disappointment
to calling friends, Mr. II. W. Schmidt
announce) by u caid that on account
of ropairs to lijs house, ho cannot ic
ceive his fiiends or tho next few
That handsomo cajjiage recently
built by tho Hawaiian Cuiriago
Manufacturing Company for tho Ha
waiian Embassy to Samoa will be
used nB a private convoyanco for His
Majesty tho King.
The Honolulu Elfles have issued
invitations to an exhibition drill and
dance at their armory, on the even
ing of tho 25th instant. Prepara
tions havo been in progress for some
time, and tho affair will undoubtedly
bo u comploto success.
At 2:30 o'clock this afternoon over
1(10 scats had been lesoived for the
Amateur Ministrel Company's show,
next Thuisday night, while only 13
had boon taken for tho other hhow
to-night. Looks piomising for tho
Amatoius, and rather blue for tho
God's Momoiial, will constitute tho
vaubject of Eldor Will D, Curtis'
; sermon at tho T. it M. Hall, Foit
, street, thiB Tuesday ovening, at 7 :30
o'clock. As Mr. Curtis expects to
eail for tho Colonics by tho S. 8.
Zealandia, this will bo his closing
sermon. All aio invited.
The "Advertiser1' says: Col. Spald
ing's now null at Kcalia is doing
good woik. Last week thoy took oil'
500 olariilers, of 800 gallons each of
juico, equal to 400,000 gallons, which
is quitu a large gain over their woik
with tho old mill, of 200 gallons nor
wcok. This plantation has no supe
rior, und voiy few equals in this or
any other country; everything is
systematic, Tho mill worked day
and night, and tho fields wero lighted
Willi electric lights.
THE barkentiuc Mary Winkclman,
in command of Captain Blake, was
i o))oi tod 15 miles to tho East at 2.30
o'clock this afternoon.
A niKi: circus was given in Messrs.
Irwin it Uo.'s stnble-yard. Queen
stieot, this afternoon. Cow boys wero
lassoing tho cows that camu by tho
CoiiHiielo, pioparatory lo shipping
them lo Spaulding's ranch, Kauai.
Many nairow escapes and thrilling
udventmus) wero experienced.
Mies Shaw, Mi'. Hovoy, MrfLong
fellow, llov. Foibes, J. IJ. Biooks, Dr.
J. White, It. J. Bennett, Miss Ben
nett, J. V. llonton, Hon. F. Pahia
and wife, Mrs. Lidgato, Miss II. Clark,
F. a. Bryant, W. O. Achi, wife and
child, W. II. Comwcll, F. S. Lyman,
jr., Mrs. Mukco, Miss Dowsctt, W. II.
Cuininings, W. II. Aldrich and tho
.Tiipntiopc acrobats leave for Maui and
Hawaii by tho steamer Kinau this
ARRIVALS AT THE EAGLE HOUSE.
March 13th mid Mth. W. II.
Towusend, Hilo, Hawaii ; Claude F.
Perkins, Sioux City, Iowa; John
Hyan, S. Smith and wife, A. W.
Clarke and John Mimic, San Fran
cisco. CHANGE OF TIME-TABLE.
The Oceanic Steamship Company's
coricetetl time-table will be found
on the fourth page of this issue.
Tho change of time in tho departuro
of tho mails from England, alluded
to icccntly, compels a change in tho
time of departure of tho steamers
from San Fiancisco. The changes
in the Bulletin time-table have been
made to conform with the company's
Young Kewcastle, who, a few
years ago, woiked for Messrs. Brown
& Phillips, and who left here for the
States a year or so ago, has gone
whaling north, on tho bark Hunter.
Rewcastle has grown tall and posses
ses a manly appearance. He, mostly
out of curiosity, and partly to
satisfy his thirst for adventure,
shipped as cabin boy on tho whaler
Hunter when she was last in San
Francibco. Ho says the voyage may
do him no harm, and it might bene
fit him in several ways.
THE GAY AND FESTIVE BOARD.
Two gentlemen who reside in the
wilds of Koolau, came over to town
last Saturday, ond as is their wont
on such occasions, thoy invited a
few friends to join them at the gay
and festive boaid. About a dozen
parties responded, and a right jolly
evening was bpent, the restaurateur,
Mr. Barber, spreading himself on
the occasion and succeeded in plac
ing before the guests a meal that
they thoioughly enjoyed and which
reflected credit on tho caterer. After
tho edibles had been thoroughly dis
cussed there were musicians in at
tendance to supply the needed
music. The party sat it out, and
retired with a feeling of content
ment. Aloha to tho gentlemen of
The following passengers are
booked to leave for San Francisco,
by tho S. S. Australia, Wednesday
noon: Mrs. Wilfong, MissE. Cum
mins, Miss Shuttuck, A. W. Davis
and family, Mrs. J. L. Sprjght and
3 childi on, J. A. Wing, S. Cohn, F.
T. Aspinwall, Bobt. Hind, J. E.
Miller, Mrs. F. Schmidt, Miss F.
Wade, Miss S. Wade, II. Alleyno,
C. F. Perkins, C. J. Taylor, M.
Blum, A. S. Kirk, A dc AVitt, J. B.
McLcncgan and wife, Mrs. J. B.
Tobey, II. II. McLenegan, C. Prior,
J. II. Prior, Gen. N. II. Davis and
J. Hyman and wife, It. Hind, J.
Bartrain,, A. Young and daughter,
G. F. Fanning, Mrs. Copt. Keenan
GOVERNMENT CAZETTE NOTIFICA
TIONS. Tho commlsion from the Emperor
of Japan, appointing Juigoi Vis
count Torii Tudabumi, to be His
Imperial Majesty's Vice-Consul at
Honolulu, has been presented at the
Foreign Olllce, and found to bo in
duo form, nud the said Juigoi Vis
count Toiii Tadabumi is therefore
acknowledged as such Vice-Cousul.
John F. Ilackfcld, Esq., has pre
sented at tho Foreign Ofllco his
commission as Consul at Honolulu
for tho Kingdom of Belgium, and
tho commission being found in duo
form, tho said John F. Ilackfcld is
acknowledged ns Consul for Belgium
A. L. Kaffey, Esq., has been
appointed an agent to takp acknow
ledgments to labor contiacts for tho
district of Kau, Hawaii.
Aithur Mouritz, M. D., has been
appointed permoncnt Resident Phy
sician at tho Leper Settlement,
Molokai. Rolando Kuehn, M. D.,
bus been appointed Govprnment
Physician on the island of Molokai,
Albert B. Carter, M. D., has been
appointed Government Itosidont
Physician for tho districts of Wala
lna and Koolauloa, Oahu. S. E.
Craddock, M. 1)., has been ap
pointed Government Resident Physician-
for tho districts of North and
South Kona, Hawaii. C. B. Rey
nolds, Esq., has been appointed an
agent of the Board of Health for the
island of Oahu.
Tho period of mourning for tho
death of tho Into Princess Likclike
has ended, and the Kng and
Queen and other members of thp
Com t hnvo gone out of mourning.
The departure of the Queen on a
tour abroad has been postponed.
BEFORE l'RESTOK, J.
Monday March Mth.
In probate estate of Kahanauuwnt
Kanoa, deceased. Continued from
February 28th. It was ordered that
John F. Colburn, executor, bo li
censed to realize on real property as
prayed. Chas. Creighton for peti
tioner. In probate estate of II. K. Pa
hau, deceased. On tnotiou of Haa
winaaupo (k), creditor, it was or
dered that Kua, administrator, fllo
an account within fouvtcen days
from date. W. A. Kinney for peti
tioner, S. B. Dole for respondent.
liEFonn jonn, c. J.
In probato estate of Pomingc L.
Ramos, deceased. Ordered that J.
P. Mcndoca, ndministiator, bo li
censed to realize on real property
as prayed. F. M. Hatch for peti
tioner. D. W. Pratt vs. Z. S. Spalding,
assumpsit for $21.50. Judgment
for plaintiff for $17.05 and costs
and attorney's commissions. Chas.
Creighton for plaintiff, S. B. Dole
for defendant. Exceptions noted.
Tuesday, March 15th.
In re J. M. Pocpoo complaint by
Daniel Hanlcy, client in tho case of
Maliia ct. al. vs. Mahoc ct. al., for
return of court costs deposited with
the clcik. Heard and decision re
served till the sitting of Court in
Banco next term.
Tuesday, March 15th.
Kaawalii, Akimana and Kaleiauki,
drunks $6 each.
Ah Mook, Chock llin, Lti Chay
and Kakcmanul, igaming, further
Marie Chilstina, on leniand from
tho 14 Inst. Pleads guilty of using
lewd and vulgar language and is
sentenced to give a bond in thu sum
of $100. Conditioned that she will
not commit the offence complained of
within one year from date.
Keane, Edward, Kauhiokalani and
Kimo, charged with malicious in
jury and mischief in Honolulu on
night of the 12 inst. Rcpiimnndcd
and ordered to pay S2.35 costs.
H. C. Mastan, selling liquor with
out a license, further remanded to
tho 17 inst.
W. II. Vance, suppression of
offences, Chap. 47, Penal Code.
Case submitted on tlie evidence in
the case of Rex. vs. Vance, and de
fendant is ordered to give a bond in
$250, that he will not commit any
offence against the person of E. C.
Marden for one year from date,
Joo Haker, seaman on a whaler
was committed to the Insane Asylum
on the evidence of Dr. Webb.
Sam. M. Keliiwnhauuki vs. Kuahi,
assumpsit for $100 on a promissory
note, continued until the 1C inst.
THE EMPIRE IN PEACE.
Tho Emperor William has again
assurred the German Reichstag that
the empire is peace. Tho Reichstag
is, nevertheless, expected to vote
for the proposed increase of tho
army. Armed at all points, witli an
army ns large as if a state of war
actually existed, it is expected that
peace will be preserved. Meantime
bills will be presented to the Reicli
stag creating new sources of reve
nue, which is, of course, another
term for new and heavier taxes.
Tho only thing that is ccitain about
European politics is that this sort
of thing cannot long continue.
There is not a country in Europe,
except possibly Great Britain, that
is living on its revenue. Not only
arc new sources of revenue constant
ly created, but new loans arc effect
ed to meet deficiencies. The inter
est on public debts is not only con
suming a large portion of current
revenues, but it is a charge that is
steadily increasing. Kuiopean
statesmen blunder along, imagining
themselves great because their dip
lomacy puts off the day of reckon
ing. Nearly all tho present public
burdens are tho creation of tho last
century, and their magnitude is such
that taxes arc imposed beyond tho
ability of tho people to pay. An
end to this lccklcss policy must
soon become visible, j"S. F. Call.
A TEXAS LAND SPECULATION.
Senator Charles V. Farewell says
that he thinks ho and his partners,
his brothers and Abner Taylor of
Chicago, will make from $15,000,
000 to $20,000,000 In their Texas
land speculation. It is almost incon
ceivable that any State should be
so destituto of foresight and busi
ness sense as to give any such con
tract as the ono owned l'' the Far
well Company. To build cortaiu
buildings at tho State capital this
State has given to tho Farwcll
Company 3,000,000 acres of the
best and in Texas. It Is not possi
ble that tho State buildings could
liavo cost moro than $1,000,000,
while tho land to-day is worth at
least $5 an acre, It is all fenced
in. Seventy-live thousand cattle
arc now on it, and moro are to fol
low. It comprises enough territory
for a principality. Tho Farwuil
Company have their hcadquaiters in
London. English capitalists own
about ono-quailer of tho stock.
This great and successful vent in o
was brought to tho Fanvlls by an
impecunious and visionary limn,
who obtained the contract which ho
sold, lp t)ie Farwell pompany. The
man happened to bo In Austin, and
bearing that the Statp was oiferhig
this land to any ono who could put
up tho State buildings, ho calmly
walked up and took the contract
when ho had bnely enough money
in his pocket to pay his fare to
Chicago. The same men who gave
away such a block of land rather
than raise tho money necessary by
taxation of courso never dreamed
ol questioning the contractor's abi
lity. He had some trouble in con
vincing tho Faiwellsof the valuo
of the land, owing to their distrust
of the visional' contractor's judg
ment, but investigation showed the
value, and so the contract was pur
chased for a few thousand dollars,
gaining a property which will net
its owners many millions. TN. Y.
New Yoik, March !. Inspector
Byrnes' men, In conjunction with
the postolllco inspectors, to-day ar
rested George Frederick Patker,
president, ond R. W. Withcrcli,
secretary, of the British-American
claim agency, with office on Broad
way, under indictments for using
the mails for fraudulent purposes,
and for violating state laws as well.
Tho alleged swindle is the old one
of ferreting out supposed claims of
heirs lo vast estates in Gi eat Bri
tain, and to sections of $150,000 or
so lying unclaimed in tho bank of
England. They made tiieir busi
ness widely known and soon found
plenty of biles from fish they were
angling for. Botli arc Englishmen,
and Paiker is alleged to be a ticket-of-leavcman,
who came hoio from
Australia by way of California.
There are various preliminary
charges, langing fiom fifty cents
upward, and aggregating in the
neighborhood of twenty-flvu for each
expectant heir. Tho cashbooks
seized by the police show that not
less than $100 was received each
day, and lately $100 per day was
averaged. Tho books of tho con
cern contained more than 30,000
names of next o't kin, alphabetically
arranged, who paid in fees during
the past winter. Inspector Byrnes
received a letter fiom Commissioner
Monroe of the London police call
ing attention to the swindle. Tho
police say Parker served a term for
theft nino yens ago, and later again
for forgery. They have confede
rates on tho other side named A. C.
Wilkeson and E. Grideoul, whom
the London police will bo asked to
look after. Later in tho evening,
George W. Gibbons, whoso name is
printed on some of thu circulars us
the agency's counsel, was also ar
rested. Ho protested that lie knew
nothing of the affairs of tho olllce,
but was nevertheless locked up,
New York, March 3. Tho parish
of St. Stephen's Catholic Chinch,
from which Rev. McGlynn was re
cently deposed, was in a high state
of delight this evening. It was
caused by a dispatch from tho Pope
in reply to a telegram sent to him on
Tuesday in behalf of tho parish
oners, congratulating him cu the at
tainment of his seventy-sixth birth
day and the fiftieth anniverbary of
his priestly career. Tho reply was
icceived this afternoon. it is in
Latin, and translated reads as fol
lows: "Your telegram was most
acceptable to the sovereign Pontiff,
who, returning thanks, impart most
lovingly liis apostolic benediction to
Rev. McGlynn, to you and to the
faithful of the parish." Tho faith
ful followers ot tho deposed priest,
even in his exile, were greatly elated
over the fact that he had received
the Papal benediction, and felt sure
that the restoration of their beloved
priest was but a matter of a short
time. Rev. Dr. McGlynn was great
ly moved when the dispatch was
read to him. He atti United the
blessing of the Pope to the influence
of Cardinal Gibbon, and said that
the ao:i Uule which had been biought
about y the American Cardinal
toward tho Knights of Labor indi
cated that the sovereign Pontiff has
concluded to allow political liberty
of thought and action in this coun
try. BUSINESS ITEMS.
EVERYBODY ! U invited to cull nt
thu hi.ii'K IckUueah l'Aiu.oiisaml
lii-pict that splcniiiil lui of C.iihIiim J 1 1 -, t
nrilvid per Am-tralia. Hy the wiy, jou
cm buy some too Thuiu N nothing
like Candy! It t.ikua with all tliu girls I
S PERRY'S No. 1 Tamilv IMour Is
ollurul for sale by QOiNSALVlVJ &
CO., Qiiutu Street. (If
WE HAVE just lecuheil ur Ans.
Irnliii a now lot of Aitlsts' il,i
lrriil, Kliouy Wro, Km lat-, OiMnct
Frames, ltutlo Piani", i'to And wo
aro hotter prepared than ovor to maUo
Cornices and I'iituro KianiiM, haxlng
thu largest and best mIo.mciI stocU ol
.Mouldings hi Ihu Kingdom. Kino
Unos.' .MIT Stoiu:. 0 1
I)n. Flint'h Hkakt Hiimedy is a
Specific for all fonns of Heart Dih
easo nud also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Oiiaultiaou. Dcsuiiptivo book
with every bottle, Benson Smith ii
Co,, Aleuts, !15I
Pathonizi: Homo Indiihtiy by buy
ing cigms of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at thu Ciystal Soda
Woiks, whoro ho is propiucd to fill all
oidors at tho loweit poiblo wholo
s.ilo prices. Inland orders holioitcd
and piomptly filled, Tho attention
of deulois is lespeclfully invited to
tho fact "no license in leqtiiied" to
sell thoho cigaiH, Ho not forgot flto
name J, W. Hingloy, nor the placo
Oiybtnl Soda Woiks, Hotel Ftieot.
J.Z& Tinsc.o ni:k JOSEPII
$&& INK Is n . In ilii class or-
&$Ma (1 r Sl vil1 "I'l'u two
wisialtS trip n wifU io r.wii, under
rnpuiiu Co k mii i fre gn ami pus.
Sfciigors. P.n 1 1' i w nhi.ig io ii ako
oin?LO UU SIO IV Ho
to Penil Itlvcr, Coco IIoicl. ami other
pitts of Oahu may Hunter llio erliooaur
by a plying to OAl'T. COOK.
Pacific Carriap Co.
Tolephono HQ, bcth Companies.
OrFICE AND CArtMAGE STAND:
CoNiur Qisoou .Ks JPovL .St.
Buchanan, 120.; '" ii Compuiy
,. n M0 "wind by
Mooro, 200. : t.ir driver,
Polerson, 201.: V1'" win c"
, . donor to do
imcr, r,9. : t'n-Jr best to
; J. Brown,
in,3 satl if their in
Doyle,- GO. : r.nd jiodkiivti:
Are prepared to give
To the l'ub U and nsk their pationnge.
M U. KANE,
IY CARRIAGE CO,
Corner of N'uiiaim & Hotel MtrrclH.
BIHfJ UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Cnrriag- Comp inv lms been re
ccnlly oifimiicd und guarantees to
furnl li jjonrt umivi ymicu-', trMwxrthy
ilrivus ini'l will make no extortionate
All cmIH will bo piomptly attended to.
Carriages at nil limns, (lav and night.
Paddlo Ilorc-, Busies. Wagonettes and
Village Cur's wim stylish and gentle
horses to let.
A. few Hoihce, giintaiitccd. Second
hand UupU, Open ami Top Haggles,
Carts ami Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
King up IVh'i hone 32, oi apply to
MIWKS c HAYLKY.
IB ! ly
AJAPANKK (OOIC wanted; must
iiiulco himtcli geneiully uuful.
Apply at iliNOflld. 73
SIX GOOD nitns -MAKEUS wanted
ut Clu, J. 11 ho '8 Dressmaking
I stahllshmdit. Koao Inn good 1uiii..h
need to I'pply. M if
OXI3 TltAM CAU AND COO FEET
of T HiiUf. i- nimud'i to llin foot,
wl h bolls in d flKli.platcrf complete.
.Suitable ft r Waii-nom" o Plantation.
Applj to II' I LISTER & CO.
COTTAGE TO LET.
j?& A COITUJI OX IJEItE
R'Ks ,(1"-1 b,ru, niliolnlnir tho
v- Sm H-lilniv u of JtH. 3forj'an.
Cotlllgi' COnllllllM ' lOr.llH Willi MtCllBIl,
Etc. Appyto I P. ADAMS & CO.
npilK w.'ll l.i own Mil Jormr
JL PreiHiM'M. Apply at thu BKA
VEK hAI.OuN !7 tf
"PYAITS liOAT BUILDING
JLY SHOP. I! at ot Lucas' .Mill.
r j v hi ii; : .
LLonleis fur ('nit ico promptly nt.
1. timilod to, Puiilctilar attention
paid to tho
Storing 8c Shipping
of gooild lu ttaa-lt lo tho oilier Isliimls.
Also, Black and White Sand
in (iitiulltk- t tuit ut lowest prices.
Olllce, mljnlnlim' E. 1 Adams & Co.'b
OSiJIy Mutiinl '!'. Jn liono No. 10.
10 column. $j poruuuum,
rEMFLE OF FASHION,"
03 & 05 FortlSlicotj Honolulu.
By the Zdalandia, duo hero on tho ISth of this month,
Mr. Ehrlicli will return to Honolulu, with one of the Larg
est and beat Selected Stocks of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS!
Ever imported to Honolulu.
The Ladies and General Public are cordially invited to
inspect tho Stock upon its arrival.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS !
81 S. EHRLICH.
IT. IIIJL.1313R, -
Hell Telephone I7!i.
The Best Manila Cigars in the Market!
Clrirlcs Stuart Cavcrley recently published a specimen of his lyrical talent,
entitled " .Mr. Leslie's Song " of which the following two ersci arc a specimen:
There is a rapture exceeding all measure,
Left to enliven this sorrowful world;
Who doe3 not think of that moment with pleasure,
When first round Ins lips tho wreathing smoke curled ?
Parents look grave or sick,
Call it a nasty trick,
Say ll is ruinoui say it l wrong;
Happy indeed is his lot, ' '
Who, for these caring not, ,
l'utls like a chlmncy.pot, T '
ah tnouay long.
Some, who aro troubled with endless entreaties,
Strive for a time this delight to forego;
Vain arc their ellorts, tholr failure complete is
Iilto without smoking's unbearably slow.
Soon tholr mistake they II nil,
Leavo all such thoughts behind,
Wise resolutions all vanish iu smoke;
And to their cost they boo
That, if their life must bo
Twill bo no Joke,
Having bought the
doing and (ems' Ftnlig Goods
From the Tcmplo of Fashion nt greatly reduced ratos, wo now oiler them to our
numerous patrons nt prices which do y competition.
These goods arc llrst class in every xespect und consist of all grades nod qual.
Glotlii, Unliable or tie Bid ond Poor alt.
In offcriing them to our customers wo would most lespeclfully draw their at
tention to tho fact that wo arc giving them tho benefit of our cheap bargain and
invito the public in general to give us a call and exumino theso goods bctoro pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. 59
Fred'ricksburg Brewing Go.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
Tho Lager Ilccr of tho nbovo Brewery
Was Awarded the First Prizes
At tho Expositions of 1S8j and 1ES0
20 0m HONOLULU,
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hatsand Gaps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Street?, Honolulu,
ISLAND3TRADE SOLICITED AND
A PLEASANT FKONT ltOO,
now ly furnished, at 10.i Ntuiaim
Acniiu, hy tho week or month.
CU4w MHS. W. G. ni;eiiam.
For Sale or Louse.
rnnosi: pukmises bituated on
X l'miahou Street called "Kananllo.
Jiln," thu property of O. II. Judd, nro for
talo or for lease for u term of yenrB.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OAItTWRIGHT.
Honolulu, Deo. 13, lbSO. 160S
FOll LEASE OK SALE.
riMIi: HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
X klkl, at present occupied by G. D.
Iieetli, Apply at olllce of
rUEETH ta rEACOOK,
tf S3 Nuutinu street,
Mutual Telephone 373.
Egan & Co.'s
entire Stock of
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
jfMLi. T1IE KKSIDENCE AND
Ejffl l'asturo J.umU at Pauoa Vat
" by, occupitd hy Mrs, Long.
Apply on tho premises. UOtf
FOR SALE !
ONE LAKQE LOT, corner I'ensacola
and Lunaltlo BU, which can bt
dlvlilcd Into two or mora building loti.
Enquire of O. WEST,
IS I Of West, Dow & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN.
THE undersigned have monoy to loan
in sums of not less than ono thous
and dollars ution satisfactory security.
SMITH, THUHSTON & KflNNEY,
C2tf CO Foit Street, Honolulu.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
J. advertuu in tho Daily Bulletin,
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