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WEDNESDAY, MAU. 1G, 1887.
Tom W S Bowno from San rranclsco
S S Australia for Rati FlancNco, at noon
Stmr Kllnuea Hon for Hnmakua, nt
Schr Joscplilne for Ewn
Scbr Canute for Lauuabooboe
Helir Wnlehu for Wuliilmi
For San Francisco, per Austialia,
March 10 Mrs. Wiifong, Miss E.
Cummins, Miss Slintttick, A. W.
Davis ami family, Mrs. J. L. Spright
and a children, J. A. Wing, S. Colin,
F. T. Aspinwall, Kobt. Hind, J. E.
Miller, Mrs. F. Schmidt, Miss F.
Wade, Miss &. Wade, II. Alleync,
C. F. Perkins, C. J. Taylor, M.
lilum, A. S. Kirk, A do Witt, J. 11.
McLcncgan and wife, Mrs. J. 11.
Tobcy, II. II. McLcncgan, C. Prior,
J. II. Prior, Gen. N. II. Davis and
J. llyman and wife, R. Hind, J.
Bartrain,, A. Young and daughter,
(5. F. Fanning, Mrs. Capt. Kccnan
and daughter. Steerage: J Iltukc,
W S Fahes, S Allrcd, J Hansmau,
J W Smith, J Lister, J W Bradley,
F MeGuy, W L Bond, F II Har
rison, 26 Portuguese and C Chinese.
For Mntil mid Hawaii, per Klnau,
March 15 For the Volcano : Mr llovcy,
Mr Longfellow, J B ihooks, K J Ben
nett, Miss Bennett, F S Bryant. For
Hllo mid wny-poiU: CYAlowi.JM
Pocpoe, J MeOandles, Mr Audcison,
Miss Shoit, Mrs Jules Tavcrnier and
chlld.KovA O Foibcs. Hon JWIcht,
Mr Awnl and wife, W IF Aldilch and 12
Japanese acrobats. Mr. Benton, lion F
l'ahla and wile. Mr.? A Lldgatc, Miss
Helen Olarke, W 0 Aehl. wlfo and
child. Major W II Cornwull, F S Ly
man, Mrs Makce, W II Ciimmlngs, T E
Evans, O li Wight, and about 74 deck.
For Kauai, per Mlkahalu, March 15
W D Schmidt, S II Kuwolo, L Kultofen,
0 B Hofgnnid, Miss C A Chapin, 4 Chi
nese, autl 75 deck.
For Maul, per Llkcllke, March 15
W U Parke, T P Lawthcr. O Turgcsceu,
Hon Fred II llaysclden, Chas B Wilson,
and about CO deck.
The S S Australia sailed this noon for
San Francisco w 1th '21 ,003 bags of sugar,
1,557 bags of lice, 2,115 bunches of ba
nanas, 53;i dry bides. 22 bundles of
skins, 803 bundles of gieen hides, 120
bundles of sugar-cane, (I boxes of betel
leaves, 80 kegs of molasses, 45 easks of
spcunoll, 2 bags of coffee, 27 sacks of
banana plants, and 1 sack of coin,
(gold, $8.10; silver, $251). Total value
of domestic pioduce, $125,390.17.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Cevlon, Calhoun
Bk Knlakana, Armstrong
Bk Maitha Flslier, Bucklii
Bktne Eureka, Meyer
Bktno S N Castle, Hubbaid
llktno Mary Wlnkclman, Blake
Bgtne Consuelo, i ouslus
Bilg Alliu Row e, Phillips
Brit bai k Velocity, Bolster
Ger bk U It Bishop, Wolters
Schr llera, Closson
Tern W S JJownc, ram
Am wh bk Helen Mars, fioni ban
imi.tcpM. flllf, . I'll 10-2tf
Am wh bk Fr.mcls Palmer, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mais, from San Francisco,
due Feb 10-28
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Custom House will be closed
Tun bark Velocity is preparing to
sail for Hongkong.
The steam roller has been ppcr.U
ing on Liliha street to-day.
. . - ' -To-morrow,
tho birthday of rKti
mohameha III., will be a Government
Mr. Lowis J. Levey's regular cash
salo will begin at 10 o'clock to-moi row
Repairs to Fort street commonccd
this morning. Prison lnbor is being
utilised for that purpose.
"Japan," will bo the subject of tho
regilar monthly concert at tho
Lyceum, this evening.
. . -
An experienced plantation luna is
awaiting employment at Major Gu
lick's Employment Agency.
Several additions havo been mado
to Major Gulick's adveitiscmont, to
.which special attention is invited.
"A meeting of tho W. G. T. U. will
bo held at tho tho Y. M. C. A. parlors
to-morrow afternoon', lit 3 o'clock.
Rev. Geo. Wallace will deliver a
Lenten address at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, this evening, at 7:30
Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co. will
sell ships' stores and wator tanks
from tho brig Allio Rowo, next Fri
day, at 12 o'clock, noon.
"Prayer, hindrances in and how
to cultivate power in," will bo tho
subject at tho Fort Street Church
prayer meeting, this, evening.
The regular monthly meeting of
tho Y. M. O. A. will bo held in tho
Y. M. C. A. parlois, on to-morrow
evening, nt half-past 7 o'clock.
The libel caso of T. II. Patterson
against tho Imik Knlakaun, is still
-going on as wo go to prcts, before
His Honor Judge Pieston, in tho
-Mr. John O. Daviea of Wnialua,
filter a lingering illness died early
yesterday inoriung at tio Queen's
Hospital. Ho was a native of Wales,
aged 03. TJiu funcra) services took
placo yestorday afternoon from tho
Hospital, tho Rev, 12. C. Oggcl olllci-"ting,
Tma la M,o kind of weather (squal
ly) when iron shutters como down
from the second stories, and cut your
Tun tug Elcu being in tho doctor's
hand, Mr. Frank Cook's steam launch
Montague is carrying out stores to
tho wlialeis off port.
Tin: burning of rubbish in tho
yard of tho Queen's Hospital, last
evening, gave rise to the report that
there was an accidental fire there.
The shippers of sugar by the Aus
tralia, this noon, weio: Messrs. Irwin
& Co., 15,109 bags; Widemann, 4,
381; Afong, 1,127, and Phillips &
Co., 031 bags.
Tin: prisoners of Oaliu Jail march
ed to tho Palace this noon, with a
petition to His Majesty tho King,
asking for the removal of one of tho
Mil. Dildinc, who is at tho Queen's
Hospital, sulleiing from the injuries
lately received by falling from tho
loft of the I'hanthcon Stables, is
The -quarteily meeting of tho
Board of Trustees of tho Queen's
Hospital will bo held at 10 o'clock
to-morrow morning, in tho room of
tho Chamber of Commerce.
Tin: namo of John S. Me Grew, M
1)., our respected townsman, is on tho
list of Vice-Presidents of tho Ninth
International Medical Congress, to
meet at Washington in September
A iii'.TUHN rillo shooting match be
tween tho Honolulu Rillo Association
and tho Honolulu Rillcs, has been
arranged for to-morrow afternoon, at
tho King street range.
Ho.v. F. II. Hayseldcn and Mr. C.
13. Wilson, left for tho Leper Settle
ment and Lahaina, last evening, by
tho steamer Likelike. Their mission
is to make piovision for a water sup
ply for tho two places named.
Two largo water rasks, for tho bark
Velocity, were i oiled along tho streets
this morning to tho vessel, nt tho old
Custom House wharf. Horses shied
at tho huge bands and runaways
and sniash-upB wero momentarily ex
pected, but fortunately nono oc
The Honolulu Rillcs, in white uni
forms, will assemble at their armory,
to-morrow noon, and at 1 o'clock
will march out to the Hawaiian
Rillo Association's range, King
street, for target practice. The drill
that was to havo been held to-morrow
evening, lias been postponed on
account ol tho II. Y. & B. Club
entertainment. Tho company will
drill to-night and Saturday evening.
A WINDOW BROKEN AND ROBBED.
A broken window in a Chinese
locksmith's, on Bethel street, indi
cated mischief, and on inquiry it
was ascertained that some ill-disposed
person or persons, had broken
the glass with a brick last night,
and robbed the window of tools and
odd trinkets. Tho Chineso boss,
when explaining the robbery to a
Bulletin scribe, this morning, gave
a splendid illustration of breaking
with the brick, but tho missile
slipped out of his hand and hit a
fellow-countryman, who doubled up
like a jack knife and groaned.
THE HAWAIIAN NAVY FLAG.
The Hawaiian Navy flag, from a
design by Mrs. Strong, contains in
the center, on a white back ground,
a Kold crown resting on a yellow
dtSnljl 'Plin oliinlfl nnntnlna o tvlitfn
tubu stick, crossed by two red
kahilis, one representing His Majesty
the King and the other Princess
Liliuokahini. Above, below and on
both sides of tho crown and shield
are alternate stripes of white, red
and bhie. The borders of the Hag
are gray. Jscvcn of them have been
mado ; three, three feet wide ; two,
four feet wido; one, seven feet
wide; and one, eight feet wide;
length in proportion to width.
THE FOOLS NOT ALL DEAD.
The fools are not all dead yet.
Ono of them tied his horse to a
carpenter's wooden horse, used for
staging, on Nuuanu street, just
above King street, last evening.
Something frightened the live horse,
and ho upset the wooden horse, and
rushed wildly down tho street, drag
ging the incumbrance at his heels. A
collision with a buggy was tho next
thing in older, tho legs of tho
wooden horso striking tho buggy
horse, and had tho latter not been
nn extra gentle animal, thero would
have been a capsize, with a broken
carriago, and perhaps broken bones
or worso tho lot of its occupants.
As it was, tho buggy horse was a
THE AUSTRALIA'S DEPARTURE.
Tho Oceanic Steamship Company's
steamer Australia moved from tho
O. S. S. Co.'s wharf precisely at 12
o'clock to-day, for San Francisco.
She took about 40 cabin passengers,
many of whom came hero lately, 41
steerage passengers, and a cargo of
domestic produce, valued at 8125,
290.17. As she swung out into tho
6tream, sitting splendidly on the
watpr, her decks ono mass of
floweis, waiving hats and hanker
chiefs, and Rllily dressed peoplp,
sho presented a pretty Piottfrp.
When near tho lighthouse, sfio stopr
pod for a few minutes, apparently
stuck ip tho mud, but op hoisting
her jib she, swung off and proceeded
THE MINSTRELS' ENTERTAIN
MENT. Tho Amateur Minstrel Company's
entertainment at the Opera House,
to-morrow night, is already an os
surcd success financially, the scats
being nearly .nil taken. That tho
performance as n performance will
also ho n success, there is no doubt.
Rehearsals havo been carefully at
tended to, and every member of
the compony is fully piopared.
Every member of the audience
will get full value for his and her
DRAFT AND IMPUDENCE.
"Why don't you show up the beats
and rogues, Bulletin?" asked Mr.
J. P. Bowcn, this afternoon. "You
let a man borrow considerable
money, nnd skip thocountiy without
saying n woid about him. There's
that fellow Hopkc, who,, after bor
rowing $30 from mo and moro fiom
others, departed for tho Colonies
without saying good-bye. He came
back by the Alameda, you know,
nnd said he would cash a draft in
tho morning and squnic up. I ad
vanced him n few mere dollars on
the strength of the draft, and hu
departed by the same steamer in tho
morning, on the strength of his
impudence. These are solid facts,
Bulletin," continued Mr. Bowcn,
"and I'll swear to them."
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Eight drunks were fined the cus
tomary amount of SO each.
Rex vs. Kaui, charged with selling
liquor without a license. Found
guilty and lined 8100 and in default
of payment to bo imprisoned at hard
labor 4 months.
Manuel Brito was found guilty of
having opium unlawfully in posses
sion. Fined $1,000 nnd sentenced
to 2 years' imprisonment at hard
Chan Gucn, for escaping from the
prison gang had 3 months added (o
his previous term, and a fine of $5
and costs to pay.
Ah See charged with larceny, was
remanded to the 18th instant.
John Emmcluth vs. Tai Hung &
Co. Assumpsit for the amount of a
promissory note for 875. Judg
ment for 875 with costs and commis
sions, total 837.38.
Sam. M. Keluwanuku vs. Kua
hinc. Assumpsit for 8100. Judg
ment for plaintiff.
THE REIGN OF QUEEN VICTORIA.
In tho thousand and sixty years
which havo elapsed since Egbert
was made King of all England there
have been but three occupants of
the throne whose reigns have been
so prolonged as that of Queen Vic
toria. But her Majesty will, in the
course of this year, have reigned,
iu ono sense, longer than and Eng
lish sovereign; for of three Kings
whose reigns will have exceeded
her at the Jubilee celebration in
Juno next not one actually ruled
for so long a period as fifty years.
King Henry III was crowned on tho
death of King John in 1210, but the
regency was intrusted to the Eail of
Pembroke, and it was not until
1222 that the King was declared of
age. King Edward .III succeeded
to tho throne on the deposition of
his father in 1327 ; but it was not
until 1330 that be assumed the Gov
ernment, so that he only ruled from
that dato to his death in 1377
forty-seven years. King George III
practically ceased to reign six weeks
after the completion of his 50-ycar's
reign j but if we except tho period
during which his former mental
aflliction lasted namely, from tho
beginning of November, 1781), until
the following February, his Maj
csty'sactual rulo fell below the period
of fifty years. It is proposed first
to inquire into the origin of jubilees,
and then, by reference to tho works
of tho principal historians to show
the vast national importance of tho
reigns of three monarchs who havo
worn tho English crown for moio
than fifty years. Tho National
New York, February 11. Tho
announcement via Panama that tho
cholera has passed the Cordilleras
and is now in the interior ot'.Chile,
as if making for the Pacific Coast,
is tho occasion of some discussion at
sanitary headquarters, as there is
frequent steamship communication
between Chilean and Permian ports
and tho Isthmus. It is thought
more than probable that it will find
its way to the Isthmus before long.
The most experienced men connect
ed with tho Board of Health and
quarantine authorities aro of the
opinion that it is the duly of tho
acting Mayor to issuo a proclama
tion urging upon tho people of every
class to co-oporatc with the municipal
authorities in improving tho ianitary
condition of tho city beforo tho ap
proach of warm weather, so as to bo
prepared for any emergency. Tho
Board will also send urgent petitions
to Albany in favor of tho immediate
passago of tho hill now pending in
tho Assembly to placo tho entire
tencment-houso system under a
Commission clothed with such
powers as will enable them, an occa
sion may require, to summarily sup
press a uuisanco and deal with con
tagious diseases without recourse to
tlje cxisling'rcd-tapc methods
ujuhiuii"i ii'i j
It is reported from Maino that the
English sparrows are growing white,
ns a result of their being acclimated.
White feathers have been often
noticed this winter on tho sparrows.
Prof. Eugene Hilgard of the
university of California, the well
known authority on all agricultural
and viticullural matters, smiled
when asked recently to tell some
thing about that mysterious com
pound, commercially known as
"cherry juice." It Is used by cer
tain innuufncttircis and of late has
acquired prominence beforo 'the
public by tho pure-wine agitation iu
this State and comment concerning
the pending Green hill in Congress.
A scientific definition of the com
pound wns tho especial thing about
it that Prof. Hilgard was asked for.
"Pure cherry juice," said ho, "Is
made from black-heart cherries,
which are raised iu large, quantities
for the purposn in tho old count! y.
To preserve tho juice uud to clear
it, it is fortified with about 20 per
cent of alcohol. It is this amount
of cheap alcohol which would como
in ficc of duly in tho juice that in
fluences certain interests, as much
as any other object, to urge the'
passage of tho Green bill iu Con
gress. This amount of cheap alcohol
would bo obtained free and used in
the adulteration where coloring is
presumed to ho the chief object It
is not so much for color as for the
cheap alcohol. This juice is very
dark red and is not injurious. But
if people propel ly understood wine
making they would find it unneces
sary, ns well as every other kind of
adulteration, for the effects of color
and strength desired can better bo
attained by judicious and proper
blending of wines.
The other kind of cherry juico of
which use is made, is composed of
sugar, water, tartaric acid and rosc
nnnliuc. Analiuc is alkaloid made
from coal tar by purification, and all
anulines arc poisonous. It is very
effective for coloring; the great
point about it is that it will color or
"stretch" much more wine than
puro cherry juice. Only about ten
grains of tho rose-aiudino mixture
aio necessary to a gallon to mako
the wine its normal color. A practi
cal eye can readily detect analinc in
wine by its chcrry-ied color, while
puro wine is purple. I had a bottle
of Zinfandel sent to mo recently,
and 1 saw in a moment it contained
analinc. Why anyone should color
and label so cheap and plentiful n
wine I cannot understand. A test
of wine that is suspected of contain
ing analino may bo mado by adding
a small amount of ammonia to it to
destroy tho wine color, and then
dropping in a small piece of wool.
Ihe aunline if picscnl will collect
upon the wool, assuming a brownish
red hue." The chief objects as
understood of the use of cherry
juico are to stretch wines, and to
make led wines out of white. Tho
last consignment of cherry juice
thai came to San Francisco was
understood by the Professor to bo
the genuine juice, which r.s far as
cxpcitsknow is much more gener
ally used for adulteration than tho
poisonous compound. S. F. Bulletin.
THE LARGEST OF MEN.
Some thousands of people visited
Princes-end, Tipton, yesterday, to
witness tho funeral of Samuel Mur
(ltt, who was recently exhibited as
the largest man in tho world. The
deceased, who died on Friday after
.i few days' illness, was a native of
Wirablington, Cambridgeshire, and
was fifty-five years of age. His
dimensions weio as follows: Height,
0 feet 1 inch ; weight, 40 stone ;
girt of waist, 100 inches, and ho
measured 20 inches round the calf
of the leg. A hearso could not be
found large enough for the de
ceased's removal, and the body had
to be convoyed on a flat. Tho
sashes had to ho removed from the
windows, and nearly twenty men
wero employed to get the collln
through the window on to the flat.
London Times, Jan. 20.
-1 f( LBS. Pre-b Home-Mode Chow
lUv itg Stifks, or to.called U-ir.
buis l'oles mid f t-sli, delicious Vanilla
and Choc'tluto Creams which I guar in
tuo to bu fur superior and fold cheaper
lliin nny bnporied, at F HORN'S I'lon.
cer Steum Candy Factory and, B.ikcry
nnd Icu Crcmn Parlor. b.1tf
I? VEP.YBODY I l in It-.l to call nt
li tliJ i'.I.U'B Ici: CllKAM 1'AUI.OIISllUti
lu-txct that s-plen id lol of Oiimlici just
iinlvul por Atutrulla." Ily tho w.iy, jou
cm Imy Romo too. Thuro Is nothing
UKu Camlyl It lakes with nil the girls 1
79 1 v
S PERRY'S No. 1 Fmillv Flour is
otloiwl for salo by UOaNSAIVKS &
CO., Qucuii Street. (It
WE HAVE jut roculved per Aus
tralia u now lot of Aitlsts' Ma
Ierltl, E''ony Wre, Hia km, Cabinet
Frumiw, RtHtlu Frum , eto And wo
aro better prepartd than oortomako
Cornieos and Picture Frame, hailnc
tho largest and heat st looted Block of
Moulding?, in llm ' Kingdom. Kino
Hiios.1 Aiit Btouk. Ill
Hit. Flint's Hkaut Remkuy is u
Specific for all foims of heart Dis
ciifco and also for Dbeas-eH of Kidnoys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 351
I'A'JltoNizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigaiH of J. W. Hitigley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Uryhtal Soda
Works, vhero ho is piopared to fill all
oiders nt tho lowest possible whole
nillo piiees. Island oiders solicited
nnd piomptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is icspeot fully United to
thu faot "no license is required" to
sell thobo cigars. Do not forgot tho
name .1, V. Hingloy, nor tho placo
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
,j-x. Tim snno jNEU joseph-
W'f INK Is u v In Ili'M.clius or.
ty) dr. S.ie "111 muko two
tS trilM n week to Ewu. under
Capiuln Co k uar yluc fro gill nnd pas.
sengers. P.ttt ea vr shlng to n ake
to Pearl Klvi-r, Coco Head, ami oilier
puns of Oaliu amy ehurter iliu cclioonur
by tt! plyiug to OAVT. COOK.
Pacific Carriage Co.
Telephone .410, both Companies.
OFFICE AND CAuRlAGu STAND:
Corner Queen Ss Fort Hu
C. Buchanan, 120.; ' tnls Company
... .. are owned by
W.Moore, 200.: ,hl.Jr driver,
N. Pelorton, . 201.: Vhn wl11 cn'
n r, , 'louor to do
G. Baker, 09. : tlic-tr List to
J. Brown, 103.: 3,"i f-'. 'heir pa-
. trnna by civility
N. Doyle, 60.; nnd moduutk
Are prepared to glvo
TolhoPub'lo and nil; their pationagc.
M. II. KANE,
Hell 833. Mutual C 12.
0 3 1 ni
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Xuuiuiu .. Hotel Street.
EINQ UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Caning- Compuny has been re
cently orjpuiiid and guaiantees to
luriii h good ci nvcymice.-, tn-lwcrthy
drivna mil will nuUu no cMoitlonate
All culli will bo promptly attended to.
Carringosat nil hours, day and night.
Paddle IforfC, Hngiies. Wngonrites and
Village Cirfs whn stylish and gentlo
hordes to let.
A few lloisc", gipiranioed. Second
hind IIiicVh, Open and Top Uuggies,
(Jails nnd Harness.
PRICES TO SUITTHE'TIMES.
lllug up Tcloi hone 32, or apply to
MILKS & IIAYJLKY.
AJAPANKIJ (OOIC wimtcd; must
iniku hlmstlt generally useful.
Apply at till- Oillce. 73
SIX GOOD PlirsSMAKEKSwan'erl
ht CIh, J. Fl he 's Dressmaking
hstiihlishmi in. None Imt good lmnus
need to ipply. 14 tf
ONE TRAM CAP. AND 200 FEET
of T Rails, six uminds to iho foot,
i h holts nnd fish-plates complete.
Suitable for Wiiiulmu(i or Plantation.
Apply to 1IOLLISTEU&CO.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE ON BERE
iai.li htrtct, nil olulnir tho
reshloni'U of Alra. Moreno.
Cottiigu contains fi moms with kitchen,
Etc. Apply to E P. ADAMS & CO.
THE wrll known Old Corner
Freniixi-N. Apply at tin- BBA
VEH SAI.O' N (-7 If
KYAN'S BOAT BUDuDING
. SHOP. It ar of Lucas.' Mill,
LLordcis for Cartut'o promptly at--
tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goodH In transit to the other Inlands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in (uuntlilca to suit at lowest prlcoi.
Onice, adjoining E. P. Adams & Co.'s
09a ly Mutual T lcplionn No. 10.
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
W ionium, $: pur uuuuiu,
TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
C3 & 65 FortEStreet, Honolulu.
By the Zealandia, due here on the 18th of this month,
Mr. Ehrlich will return to Honolulu, with one of the Larg
est and best Selected Stocks of
DRY AND FANCY 600DS!
Ever imported to Honolulu.
The Ladies and Generul Public are cordially invited to
inspect the Stock upon its arrival.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS !
81 6. EHRLICH.
iMroitmi AXD okaluu rs
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats'and Caps,
Corner Fort & Morchnnt Street?, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND3TRADE SOLICITED AND
From tho Temple of Fashion nt greatly reduced rate?, we now offer them to our
numerous patrons nt prices which do y competition.
These goods aro first class in every respect and consist of nil grades nnd qui,
Clolihi, Suitable for tie Bleb, ul Poor ale.
In offening llicm to our customers wo would most respectfully draw their at
tention to the fact that we nro giving Uiern the b neflt of our cheap birgiln and
invite the public in general to givo us a cull and examine these goods betoro pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need ebpuclal comment. 59
PLEASANT FRONT ROOM,
new lv furnished, at 105 Nuuanu
Avenue, by tho week or month.
(10 4w MHS. W. (. NKEDIIAM.
For Salo or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
Funuhou Street called "Kananllo
hla," tho property of O. II. Judd, are for
sale or for leate for n term of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. .1 . OAR rWKIGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13. Ifc60. 1E08
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
THE HOUSE AND LOT AT AVAL
Idkl, at present o copied by G. D.
tiecth. Apply at oillce of
FUhETH & l'EACOOK,
f i!3 Nuuanu street.
1 8AN JOSE, CAL.
Tho Lager Beer of
At tho Expoiltious
20 0m HONOLULU, AGENTS.
IT. IIIL1312R, -
Belt Telephone 17.
The Best Manila Cigars in the Market!
Charles Stuart Cavorley recently published a specimen of his lyrical talent,
entitled " Mr. Leslie's Song " of which tho following two vertea uro a specimen:
Thero is a rapture exceeding nil roensuro,
Left to enliven this sorrowful world;
Who does not think of that moment with pleasure,
Whin first round his lips tho wreathing sinoko curled ?
Parents look grnvo or sick,
Call It a nasty trick, ,
Say it I rulnoui say It is wrouRj ."
Happy Indeed is U lot,
Who, for thoso caring not,
Puffs Ilka a chlmnuy.pot,
All thu day long.
Some, who aro troubled rltlvundloas entreaties.
Strive for a tlmo llls delight to forogo;
Vnln nro iliclr cflorts. Iholr fnlluro romplelo Is
Iilfo without sinoUlng'u unbin,iably Blow.
.Soon their mUtnko they llnd,
Lcavo nil mich thoughts behind,
Wise resolutions all vanish Iu tnioke;
And to their cost they sen
That, If their llfo must be y
Twill bo uo Joke.
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Egan & Co.'s
the entire Stock of
THE RESIDENCE AND
Pasture Lands at Pauoa Vul
loy. occupied by Mrs. Lone.
Apply on tho premises. 39tf
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT, comer Pcnsncola
and Luualilo tits, which can bt
divided into two or moro building lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
51 OMVoat, Dow & Co.
' .! i mm ,m
MONEY TO LOAN.
npiIE undersiguid have money to loan
X in Bums of not less than ono thous
and dollars upon satisfactory security.
SMITH, TUUHSTON & KINNEY,
(Wtf 00 Fort Street, Honolulu.
"F YOU WANT A SITUATION
. udVLrtlbo in the Daily Hullkhn.
tho abovo Brewery
the First Prizes
of 1683 nnd 1EEC
Blutnnl Telephone 373.