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THURSDAY, MAIL 17, 1887.
Bk Hydra from Hongkong
Slim- Lchua from Hawaii
Ilk Ceylon for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lchua for llntnukua
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Lcliun 2,180 bag? of sugar.
From San Francisco, per .T 1) Sprco
kcls, March 17th Miss M LliuUay.
For San FrancNco, per Ceylon, March
17th Mrs Telfoid and Geo Mclntyic.
The whalers Eliza and Helen Mars
were still off port this morning.
The brlganllno .1 D Spreokcls, Fries
master, arrived this morning, 14 days
from San Francisco. She had light
trade winds nearly all the way.
Tlio Consuelo was taking In sugar
from both sides to-dav. bho will get
The hark 1 0 Peterson Is loading at
the 1 M S S wharf for Hackfcld & Co.
She will soon bo icady for sea.
The bark C'oylou sailed this afternoon
for San Francisco with 0GO tons or 17,
101 hags of sugar.
LOCAL & 'GENERAL NEWS.
Jaiani:hi: cook wants n situation.
.7,082 packages of Hay, Grain, etc.,
just received at tho Union Feed
Tub Trustees of tho Queen's Hos
pital hold their regular quarteily
meeting this morning.
FounTnr.N mules came by tho brig
antino J. D. Spreckcls this morning,
for Messrs. Miles it llnyley.
Tun Amateur Minstiel's show will
begin at 8 o'clock to-night. Tho pro
gramme is in tho Bulluti.v.
Mits. Strong has given up her
dancing school, because thoso for
whom tho school was started do not
A mail will bo dispatched from tho
Post Olllco to tho Coast by tho Con
suelo, to-morrow. Tho mail will closo
at 0 :30 o'clock A. m.
llouait weather was brewing on tho
Hamakua Coast when tho Lehua
loft. Tho steamer got u sniff of it in
tho channel last night.
The household furnituro, etc., of
Mr. Baseman will bo sold at auction,
at his late residence, by E. 1'. Adams
& Co., at 10 a. m. on Saturday.
Miss Maggio Lindsay, daughter of
Mr. Thomas Lindsay, watch maker
and jowolcr on Nuuanu street, arrived
by tho J. D. Spieckcls this morning.
To-day, tho 17th Match is a Gov
ernment Holiday, being tho anniver
sary of tho birthday of Kaniehamaha
III. A royal salute was fired at noon.
The auction salo, by Messrs. E. 'P.
Adams & Co., of ship's stores of the
Allio Rowo, begins at 12 o'clock noon
to-morrow, at the Pacific Navigation
The mail despatched horn tho Post
Oflico by tho steamship Australia,
yesterday, consisted of 11,091 letters,
weighing 991bs. 12oz., and 789 papers,
weighing 158 lbs. 8 oz.
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The "boxing" sceno to havo been
given on tho Opera House boards
this' evening, will bo undoubtedly
omitted, owing to ono of tho would
bo sparrors having sprained his wrist.
Some hungry fellow has been ap
propriating Mr. Jim Heo's meal
tickets, which lias necessitated tho
calling in of all out-standing tickets,
to bo exchanged for now ones of n
The Gorman bark Hydra, 47 days
from Hongkong, is anchored oft' port,
with about 25 Chinese passengers
and a cargo of Chinese merchandise,
for this pent. Slio is consigned to
Wing Wo Chan.
By 2 :30 o'clock this afternoon all
tho scats iu tho Opera House wero
tnkon for this ovening's entertain
ment, Extra chairs will bo placed
whero thoio is space, and money
taken nt tho door.
The Amateur Minstrels will givo
a second performance on Saturday
night, with an ontiro change of pio
grammo. Tho box plan for that
night will bo open at 9 o'clock to
morrow morning, at tho oliico of
Messrs. J. Ey Brown & Co., Merchant
Mit. Hartman was arrested yester
day by Ofllccr Fehlber for attempt
ing to leave tho kingdom without a
passport. Ho was accidontly caught
in a bocluded nook at the stern of
tho vessel, humming tho "Land of
tho Frco." Now, he's bohind tho
b.us whistling "Hawaii Ponoi."
A hoy named Gray was arrested
last night about 10 o'clock. Oflicer
Kauhano, suspecting the boy to havo
committed the larceny in a Chinese
sljop on Bethel fitreot tho night be
,foro, told tho boy to take him to his
loom. Ho did so, and thero wore
found the, stolon goods. His room
was in an alloy way off Borottmiii
stieet, in tho noighboihood of Kau
Reading Latin, like reading law,
js easy cnoijgh. It is trying to
understand what it means that gives
trouble N. O Picayune
THE MINSTRELS' ENTERTAIN
MENT. The Amateur Minstrel Company's
entertainment at the Opera House,
at 8 o'clock to-night, is already an
assured success llnaneiaily, the seats
being about all taken. That tho
performance as a performance will
also bo a success, there is no doubt.
Behearsals have been carefully at
tended to, and every member of
Hie company is fully prepared.
Every member of the audience
will get full value for his and her
FIRE AT PUNAHOU.
One of the lady teachers of Puna
nou College, noticing smoke isssuing
from the windows of an upper room
of the college this morning, sent
some of the boys to ascertain tho
cause. On leaching tho compart
ment, a sack saturated with kcro
seno oil was found burning on the
lloor. A table was placed so that
the fire could not bo seen from
without. A large hole had been
burnt when the fire was discovered,
but it was checked and extinguished
before it obtained much headway.
STABBING BY A JAPANESE.
Last evening two Japaneso men
and one woman dined together, and
spent the evening over a bottle of
samshu. Towards 11 o'clock a
quarrel arose between the two men,
the woman having stepped outside
tho doorway for a few minutes. On
her return, she found one of the
men lying on the verandah in a pool
of blood. One of their neighbors
hearing tho squabble, went to tho
Police Station and reported what he
knew of the matter. The Marshal
and CaptainTell wero sent for. They
duly arrived at tho Station House,
and went together to the scene of
tlie affray. The wounded man was
removed to the house of a Japanese,
named Hatch, who acted as inter
preter. Dr. Trousseau was sent for,
and on his recommendation, the
wounded man was removed on a
stretcher to the hospital. He
suffered great pain during the re
moval. By the latest advices from
the hospital, he is doing well. The
other man was arrested and con
veyed to the Police Station. He
says that he used no knife, but when
wrestling with the other man, he
fell on a pitcher and broke it, hence
tho wound. A search was mado by
Oflicer Tell this morning for the
knife but it was not found. Oflicer
Tell supposes it is possible for the
woman to have hid the knife imme
diately after tho premises were
vactatcd by the polico and the
STRUCK BY A PIECE OF BEEF.
Mr. Wighani, who about a year
ago, was employed by Mr. E. B.
Thomas, and who several months
ago went to work on Ilamakuapoko
plantation, has come to Honolulu
for medical treatment for wound3
received whilo herding cattle. Ho
was riding a colt and had lassoed a
bullock, when the maddened piece
of beef charged hira. Mr. Wig
ham's horse was struck full in the
chest by the bullock's horns, and
killed almost instantly. Tho rider
was thrown violently to the ground,
receiving injuries that confined him
to his bed for Bevcral days. Having
recuperated some, he came to Ho
nolulu last Sunday and is now al
REPORTER INTERVIEWS JAPA
NESE. The Japanese prisoner who stabb
ed a fellow-countryman in Fowler's
yard last night, was interviewed by
a Buu.r.TiN scribe this morning.
Scribe "You talk to me, Jap?"
Scribe "You sorry you stab that
man last night?"
Scribe "Ho was your friend,
Scribe "Did you want to kill
Scribe "Do you want him to
Scribe "Are you willing to suffer
a long sentence?"
Scribe "If 3'ou got another
chanco would you stab him again?"
Scribo "Will you lend mo five
"Oh, for goodness sake, come
away," yelled Horace Crabb, pull
ing the scribo by tho coat, "the
prisoner don't understand a word
Scribe "Hold up, Crabb how
old you, Jap?"
long you been
Jap "Yes." (Hero tho Scrib
bler began to walk out Spanish
style assisted by the keeper).
Scribe "Good-bye, Jap."
A VALUABLE INVENTION. .
HAWAII TO THE VKONT AGAIN
DEVICE FPU INCUtKASlNO THE
YIKLO AND QUALITY OV
Mr. A. Young, manager of tho
Honolulu Iron Works, to whom
much of tho credit duo Hawaii for
leading tho world in methods of ma
nufacturing sugar, has just scored
another triumph in that direction.
For months past ho has been quiet-
Jy but assiduously perfecting an
original iuvontloti hi the shapo of mi
automatic cleaner for cleaning cano
juice in a vacum at a low tempera
ture. Heretofore tho cleaning pans
required live steam, which meant a
certain expenditure of fuel. With
Mr. Young's automatic cleaner the
exhaust steam may bo utilized, thus
effecting a great saving in the coal
bill. Besides it makes tho Juice
much cleaner and purer. It having
long been demonstrated thai the
higher the temperature the more the
quantity of undesirable product
called "invert sugar" is obtained,
it follows that this newly invented
process of cleaning the juice at a
low tempcraturo will be productive
of a better quality of sugar, as well
as an increased quantity of the gen
Theso results have, at all events,
been obtained by practical experi
mentation. Mr. Young tho other
week went to Hawaii to superintend
the application of his invention to
the manufacture of sugar at the
Walakea mill. By its use a sugar
was obtained that gave n polariza
tion of 00.4 degrees, and it was ex
pected that with the experience of a
week a still higher grade would be
the resultant. Not only that, but
the machine, is so constructed that it
was proved feasible to have it at
tached to the double effect and run
in conjunction therewith. Tho va
por coming from the cleaning pan is
thereby transmitted to the double
effect and docs its work there in the
process of evaporating. This pro
duces a still further saving in fuel.
The new device is very simple in
its operation, so much so that, at
tho Waiakea mill, a Japanese boy
was taught in one day how to run
it. Although originally designed
to be worked by itself, the vahuiblu
discovery lias been mado, as noted
above, that it can be attached to the
double effect. Mr. Young scut off
an application for a patent iu tho
United States two mouths ago. Ho
also took steps to have the invention
patented in all the Spanish domi
nions. Before leaving for tho
United States, as he did by the
steamship Australia yesterday, Mr.
Young had the valuable machine
secured by patent iu this Kingdom.
It is a most timely invention in the
present depressed situation of the
sugar industry from low prices uni
versally prevalent. Besides its
effect in cheapening production, it
has that of enhancing the market
value of the product, for sugar
brings an eighth of a cent more per
pound for every degree that it po
larizes over 90 per cent. Daily
THE DAUNTLESS-CORONET RAGE.
CHANGES IN THE HIVAI. YACHTS
NEW STEAM YACHT.
The schooner yachts Dauntless
and Coronet are now being fitted
out for the ocean race. The Coro
net is at Polillon's shipyard, Brook
lyn. Her foremost has been short
ened two feet, and she is to have
new iron work on her masts. The
iron ballast inside is being taken out
of her, and lead ballast will be put
on the keel outside. New side ports
are to be made abaftmidships, so that
tho vessel may clear her decks of
water in heavy seas. A wire ropo
will be rove from the heel to the
outer end of the bowsprit on both
sides. The yacht will be put in the
dry dock about March l. The
masts of the Dauntless have also
been shortened, and the rigging has
been reset. She will bo put on the
screw dock to-day for overhauling.
Both yachts will bo ready by March
10. The time at tho llnish of the
race between the Coronet and
Dauntless will bo taken by members
of the Hoyal Cork Yacht Club at the
Roche's Point, just outside the en
trance of Queenstown harbor.
Herreshoff has just completed a
steam yacht for Mr. Charles Kel
logg of tho Athens (Pa.) Bridge
Company. The vessel measures 92
feet average and 92 sect on tho load
line. Sho will bo planked with yel
low pine, and will have oak panels.
Tho yacht will havo a triple expan
sion engine, and her builders claim
that she will only consumo two tons
of coal in 21 hours, at full steaming,
and that she will make about 18
miles an hour. She will havo a lino
saloon, and her inner fittings will bo
costly and complete. She is intend
ed for ocean and river cruising, and
will bo named Clara. Herreshoff is
also building a small steam launch,
48 feet in length and 7 feet 1 inches
beam. Tho builders expect that she
will beat tho famous steam launch
Henrietta of New York.
It is claimed that the sloop Sham
rock, now building at Brooklyn, N.
Y., is the work of an amateur. Tho
drawing of the midship section of
tho Puritan must havo been quito
handy to the designer while he was
at work, judging by the shape of the
Shamrock's midship section.
Owing to a difference in the price
and conditions of building his pro
posed now yacht, Mr. William Zleg
lcr has decided that ho will not have
Herreshoff of Bristol, 15. I., build
him a sloop.
Tho sloop Shamrock and Mr.
Isclln's new steel sloop are about
live feet longer on tho water lino
than the Thetis.
The keel cabin sloop Lena has
been sold by Mr. A. P. Bliven to
Mr. II. II. Salmon, Jr., of Brook
lyn, and will be enrolled in tho
Knickerbocker Yacht Club. Tho
Lena was built iu 1882 at East 1103
ton, Mass., by tho Wood Bros., and
is 30 feet long, 10J feet beam, G
feet deep and 7 feel draught of
Mr. II, Koblnsoij of Staton Island
has bocoino tho owner of tho contro
board sloop Lotus. Thu Lotus was
formerly the Oriole of Boston, and
was rebuilt at City Island in 188(1.
Sho Is 31 feet 8 inches long, lili
feet bcanj, 1 feet deep and :I feet
draught, and will bo enrolled in the
Biooklyn Yacht Club.
The late Samuel J. Tilden's iron
steam yacht Viking is for sale. Her
dimensions aic 1117 feet 2 inches
long, 20 feet G inches beam and 1 1
feet Ik inches deep.
The keel schooner Social, which
did considerable cruising last sea
son, has changed ownership, having
been bought by Mr. Oscar Smith of
New York of Mr. C. W. Lippitt, of
Providence. The Society will fly
the pennants of the Larchmont and
The London Sportman suggests
tho following as a course for the
Queen's jubilee yacht race, instead
of tho one already proposed : From
tho Thames round tho outer edge
of the Goodwin to tho Isle of Wight,
thence round the Varnc lightship to
the Cork light vessel off Harwich,
and round the Kentish Knock into
Dover. The course would exhibit
tho capabilities of all rigs, and no
thing would be fairer.
It is reported that a committee has
been appointed "to investigate the
house committee of 188G of tho New
York Yacht Club. Capt.Nclls Ol
son, the old steward of tho club,
has sent in his resignation, but will
remain until the committee has com
pleted jts work. He has accepted a
situation under the Jerome Paik
Association, but, until tho house
committee investigation has com
pleted its labor, lie feels bound to
remain at his post, as the investiga
tion may involve his acts as steward.
GRANT'S FAMOUS TELEGRAM.
' New York, Feb. 19. Tho
World's Washington special says:
A noted ex-General of the Union
Army says: "People in Washington
believe General Rawlins woided
that stirring telegraphic despatch
which Grant sent fioni the front in
18G1, at a timo when our Congress
was scaled and tho people of the
North wcie in dismay at the terri
ble slaughter of tiio army when
Grant drove Lee toward Richmond.
I refer to the despatch, 'We will
fight it out on this lino if it takes all
summer.' Now, it was written by
Stanton when Lincoln was iu con
ference with him in tho War Depart
ment. They were both alarmed
about the political outlook iu the
Northern States. Discouraging ac
counts from the seat of war were
telling against the Administration,
and the fear, in consequence, that
Lincoln would not bo re-elected
prompted Stanton to do something
to reassure tho people and return
their confidence in the successful
termination of tho war in favor of
the Union cause and inspire more
respect for the Lincoln Administra
tion. Stanton, as means to this
end, telegraphed to Grant to send
some encouraging news, and at the
same timo advised and wrote out
the form of the despatch to be trans
mitted in response to his sugges
tion. Grant's celebrated answer
had the desired effect.' It gave
heart and encouragement to tho
people of the Northern Stales. It
gave strength to tho weakened poli
tical supporters of Lincoln for re
election to tho Presidency, and, iu
fact, was very effective in silencing
opposition among the Republicans
to Lincoln's candidacy."
"What are tho clomcnts?" asked
a school teacher of a small boy in
Green county, Pcnn., a tfew days
ago. "Air, lire, water and whisky,"
was tho unexpected reply. "Why,"
said the teacher, "did you call
whisky ono of tho elements?"
"Cause when pap comes home full
of. whisky, ma says he is in his cle
ment." BUSINESS ITEMS.
1 rf LBS. Froh Home-Mode Chow.
1JJ lug Sticks, or to.cnllcd .Bir.
burs' Poles, und 1'iesli, delicious Tanilla
and Chocolate Creams which I guaran
Ico to bu far superior nnd enld cheaper
tlmu nny Imported, at F. HORN'S 1'ion.
ccr Steam Candy Factory and Jhkory
und Icu Cream Parlor. b.rtf
I EVERYBODY I Is invited to call nt
U till) Kmti: 1015 Cueam 1'aui.ous antt
Inspect that splendid lot of Candle just
arilvcd per Australia. Hy the way, you
cm buy homo too. There Is nothing
like Candy! It takes with all the girls I
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family I'lour is
ollored for salo by G0NSALVK8 &
CO., Queen Street.
WE HAVE jutt received per. Ans
trallu a now lot of Artists' Mil
teihil, Elmny Ware, Bracket, Cabinet
Friuuw, Iltbtlo Franus, etc. And wo
arc better prupaicd than over to make
Cornices and Picture Frames, having
tho largest and host selected btuck of
Mouldings in tho Kingdom, Kino
Buos.' Aiit Stow:. 1)1
I)n. Flint's IIeakt Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Hcait Dis
ease and iiko for Difoabcs of Kidneys
and Circulation. Desciiptivo book
with every bottle. Ronton Smith &
Co., Aujonta. !151
Patkonizi: Homo Industiy by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tjio Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to llll all
ordors at tho lowest pOMiiblo whole
salo pi ices. Island oidois solicited
and promptly (Hied. Tho attention
of dealers is icspectfully invited to
tho fact "no lieont-o is icquired" to
soil theso cigais. Do not forgot tho
nuiiio .1. W. Hingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, IIol,cl street,
The SCHOONER JOSEPH
INIJ Is now Iu llrstclass or
der. Slio will ni'iko two
trim a week to Kwa, under
Captain Cook, i ariylng frolght and pas
sengers. Parties wishing to make
to Pearl Ulvcr, Coco Head, and other
pnris of Oaliu may charter (no schooner
by applying to CAPT. COOK.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner ofXiumnii & Hotel Htrectn.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Carriage Company has been re
cently organized, and guarantees to
fnrnljli good conveyance:, trustworthy
drivers, and will make no extortionate
All calls will bo promptly attended to.
Pacific Carriage Go.
. Telephono 410, both Companies.
OFFICE AND CARRIAGE STAND:
Cornei Queen & Fort Ht.
in tnls Company
are owned by
who will en.
deavor to do
their best to
satisfy their pa
trons by civility
Ara prepared to glvo
To thu Public and ask their pattonage.
M. H. KANE,
Carriages at all liours, day and night.
Bnddlc Horses, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Carfs witn stylish and gentlo
horses to let.
A few Horse?, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply to
MILES & IIAYIiKY.
A JAPANESE COOK wanted ; must
make himself generally useful.
Apply at this Office. 73
QLX GOOD DRESSMAKERS wanted
iJ at Chas, J. Fhhel's Dressmaking
need to apply.
ONE TRAM CAR AND 200 FEET
of T Ralls, six pounds to tho foot,
wl'h bolts and fish-plates complete.
Suitable for Warchmiso or Plantation.
Apply to II OLLISTElt & CO.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE ON BERE-
tutih Street, adjoining the
residence of Mrs. Morcan.
Cottage contains 5 rooms with kitchen,
Etc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS & CO.
rpilE well known Old Corner
X 1'rcilllHCN. Apply at tho BE A-
RYAN'S J30AT BUILDINQ
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
LL orders for Cartago promptly at
1. tended to. Particular nttentiou
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to thu other Islands.
Also, Black and Whito Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Onioo, adjoining E. P. Adams & Co.'s
082 ly Mutual TilephouoNo.. 10.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
J0 colums. if'i per uuuuin.
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,'
03 & G5 FortlStreet, Honolulu.
By the Zealandia, duo hero on tho 18th of this month,
jtfr. Ehrlich will return to Honolulu, with one o the Larg
est and best Selocted Stocks of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS!
Ever imported to Honolulu.
The Ladies and General Public are cordially invited to
inspect the Stock upon its arrival.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS !
si 8. EHRLICH.
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Street, Honolulu.
ISLAND1TRADE SOLICITED AND
Uaiing hought the
Clotbing ami (ients FiiisIhm Goods
From the Tcmplu of Fashion at groatly reduced rates, ivc now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which do y competition.
Theso goods nro llrst class in every respect and constat of all grades and qual
Clotlui, Suitable . for tie Ricb mill Poor ale.
In olTcriiug tlicin to our customers wo would most respcctfullv draw their at
tention to tho fact that wc are giving ihem the benefit of our chca'p birain aud
invito tho public In general to cive us a call and examine theso goods before pur
chasing clsowhcre. Our usual lino of .
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is too well known to'nced especial comment. 59
A PLEASANT FItOXT
newly furnished, at 105
Aveuue, by tho week or mouth.
CO 4v MBS. W. O. NKEDILVM.
For Sale or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
l'unahou Street called "Kauanllo
hla," tho property of O. II. Judd, are for
salo or for lcaso for a term of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. CARTWKIGIIT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, 1880. U0S
FOB LEASE OB SALE.
Till: HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
Klkl, at present occupied by Q. D.
1' reeth. Apply at ofllce of
FftEETII & PEACOCK,
if Si Nuuanu street.
f- .. . . .
Fred ricksburg Brewing Co.
, 8AN JOSE, CAL.
The Lager Beer of
At the Expositions
20 0m HONOLULU,
V. IIIIlOEIR, -
Hell Telephone 17).
The Best Manila Cigars in the Market!
Charles Stuart Cavcrlcy recently
tied " Mr. LeHllo'a Song " of which
Thero is a rapture exceeding all measure, ,
Loft to enliven this sorrowful world ;
Who does not think of that moment with pleasure,
When llrst round Ins lips tho wreathing smoke curled i '
Parents look grave or nick,
Call It a nasty trick.
Say It Is ruinous say It is wrong; . , v
Happy indeed is his lot, , '. , ' '
Who, for theso caring not, 'v ' '
Puds like a chlmnoy.pot,
All tho day long.
Somo, who mo troubled with endlo3s entreaties, .,
Strlvo for a timo this delight to forego; v-
r Vain nro their ollorts, tliclr failure complete Is
Life without Bmoklng'a unbearably slow.
Soon their mistake they find,
Lcavo all such thoughts behind,
Wise resolutions all vanish In (mole;
And to their cost they bco
That, if their life must be
'Twill bono joke,
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Egan & Co.'s
entire Stock of
THE KKStnEVnH AVI
Pastil ro Lands at Pauoa Val
lev. occunlcil liv Mrs. T.nnir.
Apply on tho premises. SOtf
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT, corner Pcnsacola
nnd Lunalilo Sts , which can bi
divided Into two or more building lota.
Enquire of O. WEST,
01 Of West, Dow & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN.
THE undersigned havo money to loan
in sums of nut less than one thous
and dollars upon satltfactorv security.
SMITH, THURSTON & K'lNNEY.
C2tf CO Fort Street, Honolulu.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X adverilso in the Daily Bulletin.
- . . Hf
tho above Brewery
the First Prizes g
of IS 85 and 1ESG.
aintunl Telephone 375.
published a tpcclnicii of his lyrical talent,
tho following two versos are a specimen:
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