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FRIDAY, MAIL 18, 1887.
Sinn' W G Ilnll from nawall & Maul
Stinr 0 Jt Bishop from Kauai
Schr Kaiilllua from Lalulna
SehrjMnry Foster from llnnninaulu
Stun- Lchua for Ilamakua
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bgtuo Comuelo for Sun Francisco
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr 15lhop 2.8G5 bags of sugar, 23
biigs of phi mid 1 li(ire.
Schr Kaiilllu.i 1,102 bug of sugar.
SchrMary Foster 1,100 bugs of cugar.
Tlio .schooner Ebuknl left Lnlialim
yesterday afternoon for Knan
Tlio schooner Kaulllua left Lalinlna
at (I o'clock last night and arrived ut 3
o'clock this morning.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Honolulu ltillcs will drill
again this evening.
and Maui is roportud.
Tm: Bteanier W. G. Hall arrived
too Into for tho IIui.i.irriK this after
Tin: Bailing of the Constielo for
San Francisco lias been postponed
until to-morrow noon.
The party that went by tho steamer
CumminB telephone that they anived
safely, after a rough passage.
Look out for Messrs. Lowis. &
Co.'s list of new and choice groceries,
to appear in to-morrow's Buu.uiin.
Empty barrels and casks, 25 and
85 gallons each, can bo had at Mr.
Lovojoy's, No. 15 Nuuanu street.
The tinder of a dovc-coloictl fan,
lost last night, will be rewarded by
bringing it to the Bulletin ollic.
Mit. Geo. Lucas is lepairing the
wall and putting up a new gate at
tho Palace, on tho Punchbowl side.
Mit. James Campbell gave u grand
luau at Lahaina yestculay, to every
body in Lahaina, in cclebiation of
tho birthday of Kamehameha III.
It is said that Her Majesty Queen
Kapiolani, accompanied by Mrs.
Inukeii and two servants, will depart
by S. S.'Australia on April 13th for
Mr.ssns. E. P. Adams & Co. will
hold an auction salo of household
furniture, to-morrow, at 10 o'clock A.
M., at Mr. Kascman's late residence,
Mrs. Frank P. Hastings and her
sister Miss ltoso Makeo are booked to
leave for San Francisco, by tho S. S.
Australia, on April 13th. They will
probably visit the Eastern States and
perhaps Europe, and will bo gono
Hon. J. A. Cummins celebrated
liis ilfty-second birthday by giving a
dinner to eoveral friends, at his
Pawaa residence, last evening.
Among thoso present were His
Majesty, Hon. J. I. Dowsett and Mrs.
Dowsett, Commodoro and Mrs. Dick
erson and Miss O'Conor of New York.
Captain Mneauley of tho schooner
Kaulilua, which anived this morning
from Lahaina, reports tho schooner
Ehukai off Lahaina yestetday in
distress. Tho Ehukai had nearly
every stitch of her canvas carried
away and had been roughly handled
by sovero weather.
There was a gay gathering at
Seaborne's about noon to-day. Upon
investigation it was found that a
cask of Philadelphia had been tapp
ed. It was pronounced to bo tho best
flavored bcor over broached in this
city. Tlio crackers and cheeso were
not bad to take:
The Women's Christian Tompe
ranqo Union met in tho Y. M. C. A.
Hall yestorday afternoon. Mrs. Ciu
zan presided. Tho meeting was well
attended. A committee was appoint
ed to 'wait upon employers in tho
city to try to got tho week's pay day
chanced from Saturday to "Wednes
His Majesty tho King, Princess
Pomaikalani, Mr. and Mrs. Dicker
son, Miss O'Conor and several others
left by the steamer J. A. Cummins
this morning for "Waimanalo. Prin
cess Pomaikalani has gono to Wai
manalo to spent a week with Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. CumminB while tho others
will return to-morrow morning by
the steamer Cummins
' . i
Tub Amateur Minstrel Company
will give a second peiformanco to
morrow evening, with a change of
programme in everything except tho
after pieces. Tlio box plan opened
at J. E. Brown & Co.'s this morning,
and boforo wo went to press every
seat oxcopt25 was taken. No better
proof could bo given that last night's
performance was thoroughly appre
At 0:30 o'clock last evening, an
alarm of fire was hounded for tho
burning of some rags in a vacated
shanty in tho loarof CaBtlo & Cooke's,
King sticot. Tho blight blaze was
put out boforo tho bells had stopped
ringing, by peoplo living near by.
Tito volunteer boys of Engine Co.
No. ! laid hoso and started a stioam
on a Chineso spectator. Engino Co.
No. 2 also camo to tho grounds.
' A gross of steel pons, formerly
costing 835, may now bo produced
for 8 cents.
Queen Emma Null lias been very
well patronized sinco its opening.
Tho reading rooms are filled every
evening. Tho Debating Society,
Tuesday evening, was well attended.
An interesting discussion was well
maintained on the question whether
representatives ought to he con
trolled in their votes by instructions
from their constituents. Fifteen
entered the English class last even
ing, though the wenther was so
BLUE RIBBON TeAGUe" ENTER
TAINMENT. Tlio free entertainment in tho Y.
M. C. A. Hall, Saturday evening,
under the auspices of the Bluo Rib
bon League, promises another suc
cessful evening. The following is
1. Duct Pianoforte
Ml Athcrton and Miss Lowrcy
2. Heading Mr. W. A. Kinney
id Song Mr. T. K. Walker
I. Heading Mrs. W. Hopper
3. Song MUsB.Parko
0. Address lion. A. V. Judd
All arc Invited.
A BROKEN LEG.
A man named McCarthy, formerly
an engineer on one of tho 1. 1. S. N.
Co.'s steamers, fell into a hole in
tho side walk on Nuuanu street last
night, and broko his leg. Ho was
hauled to the Station House by
policemen, who thought him drunk.
Later on when the Marshal found
that the man was perfectly sober
and that his leg was broken, ho told
two policemen to shoulder McCarthy
and carry him to tho Hospital.
When in front of tho Elite parlors,
Hotel street, Mr. Sam. Lcdcrer's
attention was attracted by McCar
thy's ciicsof pain. The man seemed
to bo suffering great agony, and Mr.
Lcdcrer taking compassion on him,
called a hack and paid tho faro for
the thrco to the Hospital.
A PEEP AT KING BROS.
By a peep at King Bros.' art store,
Hotel btreet, this morning, a beau
tiful specimen of "silk painting" or
rather silk embroidery, was seen.
This piece of work was done by
Mrs. Treamain, a guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Mark llobinson, for Mrs. Rob
inson. It is a harbor scene, with
slightly rippled water beneath a tro
pical sky. A largo vessel, bark
rigged, stands in bold relief in tho
center of the bay, while small boats
appear hero and there. Tho silk,
which is of many colors, is so
neatly interlaced and blends so na
turally, that at a distance tho pic
ture appears to be in oil. A pretty
collection of Easter cards were also
seen. Though these cards vary in
size and price, it is difllcult for one
to choose, because they are all
MRS. STRONG'S DANCINC SCHOOL.
Mrs. Strong wishes it known that
she has not discontinued her danc
ing lessons, as erroneously stated in
yesterday's Bulletin. The item
was brought to this ofllco by a gen
tleman who professed "to know,"
and was published on his guarantee
that it was correct. It was accord
ingly published in good faith, the
editor not for one moment doubting
its accuracy, on account of the
source from which it came, and
have not the slightest doubt of the
sincerity of the gentleman furnish
ing the item. This serves as an
illustration of a short articlo on
"truth," which appeared in tho
Bulletin a few days ago. It is
now ascertained from Mrs. Strong,
who must be allowed to be tho best
authority, that she will continue her
lessons as usual, Friday evenings
being for adults, and Saturday
afternoons for children.
New engines having como by tho
Consuelo, the other day, for tho
Palace electric lights, and new
houses having been built within tho
Palace grounds, and as preparations
nro being made to place tho electric
wires throughout tho Palace interior,
after tho departuro of tho Queen
for tho East, a Bulletin reportor
visited tho Pnlaco premises this
noon to get a few notes on tho elec
tric apparatus. Whilo viewing tho
now boiler several of tho Household
Guards were seen sneaking behind
the trees and lurking at a distance,
watching tho actions of tho reporter
with distrust. When tho reporter
pulled out his note book, tho guards
descended upon him in a body and
ordered him out of tho placo. It
eccms that someono foared a dyna
mite explosion, or that tho reporter
would run away with tho electric
BARK KALAKAUA LIBELLED.
In tho admiralty division of tho
Supremo Court before Mr. Justico
Preston to-day, continued from
Wednesday last, was heard tho
libel of ono Thomas II. Patterson,
tho mate, against said bark Kala
kaua, laying claim to tho sum of
$300.50 for wages due. As usual
in such cases the vessel tackcl, and
apparel wore attached bytho Mar
bliul on tho 10th inst., as per his re
turn on file. Beforo tho caso camo
in for hearing tho following claims
were filed : By John S. Walker, as
tho registered owner of tho vessel ;
by Captain G. M. Armstrong, mas
ter of tho bark, claiming ownership
to &undry pieces of furnituro and
other articles on board for which ho
Jllos an inventory j and by nine of
tho seamen,, claims for wages
. , .. i 4 ft
amounting in tho aggregate to tho j
sum oi fi,4u.o. j. ne loiiowmg
counsel appear in the 'matter;
Messrs. Whiting & Cicighton proc
tors for libcllant, Messrs. Kosa and
Peterson, for Captain Armstrong,
F. M. Hatch for thc registered
owner : Win. A. Kinney for the nine
seamen. Tlio captain is being ex
amined in evidence as wo go to
MEETING OF TRUSTEES QUEEN'S
At tho quarterly meeting of the
Board of Trustees of tho Queen's
Hospital, held yesterday at the room
of tho Chamber of Commerce, tho
treasurer reported a balanco duo
him of 8109.19 up to Feb. 28th. It
was decided to reduco the charge
for private rooms to benevolent
societies from 82.50 to 81.50 per
day, when the rooms arc lequiicd
for no other purpose. lions. C. 11.
Bishop and II. A. Widemann, and
iur. J l. isariwrigiib nuru tippuiuixu
a committee to dc.'d with communi
cations from the Government res
pecting tho modification of rules
for the admission of sailors. Rev.
A. Mackintosh, Hon. W. G. Irwin
and Mr. J. B. Athcrton constitute
tho visiting committee for tho com
ing quarter. Following is the phy
Honolulu, Feb. 28, 1887.
To the Trustees of tho Queen's
Hospital Gentleman: I have tho
honor to submit the following report
for tho quarter ending February 28,
Tho total number of patients nt
present in the hospital is 53, viz. :
24 Hawaiians, 11 males and 10
females ; 5 Chinese, 1 Japanese ami
23 of other nationalities ; 2 1 paying.
The number of admissions during
the quarter was 130, viz.: 87 Ha
waiians, 18 mules and 19 females j
21 Chinese, 12 Japanese and GO of
Discharged 102, Viz.: 30 Ha
waiians, 13 males and 17 females ;
19 Chinese, 10 Japanese and 43 of
Deaths 17, viz. : 2 Hawaiian
males, 5 Chinese, 1 Japanese and 9
of other nationalities.
Tho causes of death were as fol
lows: Beriberi 1, consumption 8,
diarrhoea 1, dysentery 1, intestinal
obstruction 1, meningitis 1, old ago
1, typhoid fever 3.
The highest number of indoor
patients was 59, lowest 43 ; daily
average 48. Calls at tho dispen
sary, 1C4. .Number of prescrip
Tho number of patients treated
at tho hospital was as follows: De
cember, 1880, 80; January, 1887,
101 ; February, 1887, 89.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDING.
Three drunks fined tho usual
M. Hartmann was charged with
attempting to leave the Kingdom
without a passport. Plea of guilty ;
fined $5 and costs 81.
A Chinaman for assault and bat
tery, fined $5 and $1 costs.
Ah Sec for violating Rule 0 of tho
hack regulations was fined 85 and
Jno. Macvcy, charged with house
breaking was remanded till morcd
Kit and Thos. Mitchell, two Re
formatory school boys, were charged
with intruding on the premises of
Kawaiahao Boarding School, about
tho 9th instant. Both defendants
pleaded guilty and were sentenced
to pay a line of 8100 each, and six
months imprisonment at hard labor.
Four Reformatory school boys
charged with houso breaking on tho
9th instant, in Honolulu. The Crown
asked that this caso bo suspended.
Kauai and Mitchell were charged
with larceny of guitars on the 9th
instant. Plea of guilt. Sentenced
to one year's imprisonment and pay
a flno of $5 each. Sentences to
commence after expiration of former
A NEWLY FOUND CAVE.
Louisville, Ky., Feb 19. Tho
Courier-Journal's special from
Sliarpe, Marshall county, in the
southwestern part of tho State, re
lates tho discover' of a huge cavo
by two young men while engaged in
preparing a piece of land for plant
ing. A partial exploration develop
ed tho fact that the cave was made
up of many rooms of great extent.
A complete exploration will ho im
possible until certain large rocks
are blasted or broken away. In one
of the chambers there found two
human skeletons and about 8000 in
gold and silver coin and a quantity
of silver ware. This newly found
cave is believed to have been the
hiding-place during tho lato war of
the b.md of guerrillas known as
"Bloody Bill Brady's gang." Thoso
marauders wero attacked near Ben
ton, Marshall county, in 1801, and
all but two were kilied. These two
escaped, and going, as It is thought,
to this cave, quarrelled over a divi
sion of tho spoils of tho gang, and
following their murderous bent shot
and killed each other. Steps will
bo taken for further investigation of
its former occupants. It lias been
hinted that tho cavern was most
likely the headquarters many years
ago of the John A. Morrill gang, of
who robbed and murdered peo
plo of this poition of Ken
tucky, tho States of Tennessee,
Mississippi and Louisiana.
Supreme Court Judges are men of
TARGET PRACTICE AND SCORES.
Teams of six from tho Honolulu
Rifles and from tho Hawaiian Rille
Association, and tho Honolulu
Rifles in company, about 29 stiong,
including the olllccrs, indulged in
taigct practico at tlio II. R. A.
range, King street, yesterday after
noon. During tho shooting there
was a slight drizzling that cooled off
tho bullets in their (light. Notwith
standing the unfavorablcness of the
weather, for good shooting, and the
swim home, a very pleasant after
noon was passed. Following aro
tho scores made by the Honolulu
Rifles in company at 200 yards with
five rounds :
Bruns 0, 3, 4, 0, 0,-7.
Boucher, 0, 3, 0, 0, 0,-3.
Dower, 0, 2, 0, 2, 0,-1.
Fargcroos, 2, 0, 2, 3, 0,-7.
Gibson, 3, 3, 4, 2, 0,-12.
Kinney, 4, 4, 2, 3, 810.
Levey, 3, 0, 3, 2, 0,-8.
McDonald, J., 0, 0, 3, 0, 3,-0.
McCombie, 0, 2, 0, 2, 0,-1.
Douglass, 0, 2, 0, 2, 2,-9.
Oat, 0, 2, 0, 4, 0, 0.
Rogers, 3, 2, 2, 4, 8,-14.
Howell, 2, 3, 2, 4, 4,-15.
Thurston, 4, 3, 3, 4, 2,-10.
Weight, 3, 2, 0, 2, 0,-7.
Wilder, C, 3, 0, 2, 2, 3,-10.
lliggins, 4, 3, 3, 4, 8,-17.
King, 3, 4, 3, 5, 4,-19.
Rothwell, 2, 4, 4, 4, 5,-19.
Wilder, Corp., 0, 0, 0, 2, 3,-5.
Torbert, 0, 0, 3, 3, 3,-9.
Rcist, 4, 3, 3, 3, 0,-13.
Robertson. 3, 0, 0, 0, 0,-3.
Ashford, 5, 3, 3, 4, 5,-20.
Stiatcmeycr, Scrgt., 3, 2, 0, 4, 3,
Pratt, 4, 5, 4, 4, 5,-22.
Ungcr, 2nd Lieut., 3, 4, 4, 4, 3,
Hcbbard, 1st Lieut., 3, 2, 2, 3,0,
Ashford, Copt., 4, 4,4, 2, 3,-17.
Boucher and Robeitson being tie
for the lowest score, they shot again.
Robertson scoring 17 whilo Boucher
became the winner of a leather
medal by making only 3. Tho
medal is on view at A. M. Ilewctt's.
It is tho aitistic work of Geo.
Stratmcycr, and it shows a fellow
leaning over a target, bullets whistl
ing about him, his fingers to his
nose, and tho word "Rats" issuing
from his lips. While the above
shooting was going on, tltc contest
between tho two teams boforo men
tioned proceeded at another target,
with tho following results:
Honolulu mm: team,
C. W. Ashford
200 viirds-S 3 3 4 5 3 3 5 3 0
1U0 yards 1 4 4 5 3 5 4 4 4 4-
J. AY'. Pratt
2C0 yards 1 ."i 4 4 5 4 3 4 f. 4
400 yards 4 4 4 4 5 3 5 5 3 5-
200 yanls-2 4 4 4 5 5 4 4 3 4
400 yards 4 3 3 2 4 4 3 4 4 4-
200 yards 1 3 a 4 3 3 fl 5 4 4
400 yaids 5 5 1 f, 5 t C 4 4 5-
W. O. King
200 yaids 3 4 3 5 4 4 5 3 4 4
400 yards-5 14 4 5 4 4 4 1 4-
200 yaids 3 4 4 4 3 4 4 4 3 4
400 yaids 14 14 5 4 4 4 5 4-
Grand Total ,
J. X. S. Williams
200 yards 4 4 5 3 4
400 yards 3 5 4 4 5
4 23 3 231
4 5 4 t 543
4 4 5 4 2 311
200 yards 4 4 4 4 t
400 yards 2 3 5 4 4
J. II Fisher
200 yards-4 4 5 5 3
100 yards 3 5 3 3 3
200 yards 4 3 5 t 5
400 yards 4 4 4 2 4
.T. .T. Williams
200 vards 2 2 0 4 4
40J yurds I 3 3 5 1
200 yards 3 4 4 4 5
400 yauls-0 3 4 5 3
5 4 4 3 531)
3 5 4 I 3-40
4 5 3 3 335
4 3 3 4 430
4 4 2 1 .13(1
33 2 4 024
4(33 4 3S
4 3 5 2 433
O rand Total , 138
Tho Honolulu Rillo team won by
-lrvA LBS. Froih Ilonie-Modo Cliow
lUu h.g Sticks, or walled II r
lieis' Pole, mid f lsIi, delicious Vanilla
and Chounliilu Crciims which I giiiir.in
tuu to bci fir superior anil Fold cheaper
tlmii miy Imported, a' F. HORN'S l'lon.
cer Steiim Candy Factory and 11 lUery
mill leu Croim Parlor. fiStf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour Is
olluicd for sale by O JNSA lVT.S &
CO,, Queen Stroet. (II
WE HAVE J" t received per Aus
nulla it now lot of Aitlsis Ma
terlil, ll ony Wine, B n kut-i, Cabinet
Knimes, Rustic Fitim , etc. And wo
aru holler propimd thin over to mnku
Cornices und I'hturo Framoi, having
II o largest anil h)-l s leuied Mock of
.Mouldings in ihu Kingdom. Kino
Uitos.' AitT fcToiu:. 31
Du. Flint's Hkaiit I(i:mi:iy is a
Specific for all foi ins of Heart l)is-eiit-o
and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Ciieultiaon. Dcnuriptivo book
with ovory bottlo. Benson Smith &,
Co., Agents. 354
l'A'j'iiotuzi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. llingloy, Cigar
Manufaotiuor, at tlio Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest possiblo whole
bain priuoH, Island order folicitcd
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is lespeetfully invited to
tho fact "no lipohso is required" to
soil these cigars. Do not forgot tho
naino'J. W. llingloy, nor. tho placo
Crystal Soda Works, Hotol street.
Tim S0UOONKH JOSEFII
INJJIsiijw In llrt.clftss or.
fl.ii. Q in ..tit in..!.. .. r
SSS.TPlfi' "ill iii'iiu ...1
SSX-a trliu n wok in Hun. under
Cnpialn Co k uirrylmr frcglii and pas
sengers. P.iitep l,lng lo u ako
to l'cnrl HIvrr, Coco Hend. and other
parts of Oahti may cliurter tlio schooner
bv aj plying to CAVT. COOK.
CITY CARRIAGE CO,
Corner ofXtuiniiu A. Hotel Htrcctc.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457.
This t'arrlagu Company has been re
cently organized, and guarantees to
fiirnWh good conveyance"', trustwerthy
drivers, niul will make no extortionate
All cnlh will boptoitiptly attended to.
Telephono 419, both Companies.
OFFICE AND CARMAGE STAND:
Corner Queen Xs ITorfc Ht.
: C. Buchanan, 129.; i tnis Company
: ! .. ., arc owned by
: W.Moore, 200.: tliclr drivers,
N. Peterson, . 201.: Vuo wln en
: r , den or to do
: 0. Baker, 80. : their hist to
J. Brown, 193.: M,i'fy, llio'r pa
: ., i . ,,0I1S l)y civility
. N. Doylo, - GO. : ,i,i mookhate
Are prepared to givo
To the Public and ask their patronage.
M. II. KANE,
Bell 883. Mutual J542.
Carriages at all houis, day and night.
Raddlo Ilortes, Haggles, Wagonettes and
Village Carfs witn stylish and gentle
hordes to let.
A few Horse?, ginranlccd. Second
hand Ilnoks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
"King up Telephono 112, or apply to
miiUS & IIAYIiKY.
A JAPANESE COOK wimtcd; must
make lilnitelf gonerully useful.
Apply at this Olllee. 7a
QIX GOOD DUKSSMAKEItS wanted
O at 0111111, .1. Fl-hci's Dressmnklag
I'.btabllshmeiit. Nonu lint good liunus
need to apply. 14 tf
ONE TIUM CAlt AND H00 FEET
of T Halls, six pounds to tho foot,
wl'h holts and fish-plates complete.
Siillahlo for Warehouse or Plantation.
Apply to IK UJ.1STEK & CO.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAOE ON HKRE
t mil l Stuct, adjoining the
resldeiieu of .Mrs. Ilorpnu.
Cottage contains ft iooiiw with kitchen,
Etc. Apply lo K l ADAMS & CO.
rpiffi well known Old Cornrr
X i'ri'iniMt'M. Apply at the 11 KA
VEH SALOON 07 tf
HYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
IX SHOP. Iti'iir of Lucas' Mill.
LI. orders for Oartaijo promptly at--T.Y.
tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods In transit to the other Isjiindi.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Ofllco, adjoining E. I'. Adams & Co.'s
03'J ly Mutual T.4pphono No. 11). .
40 colums. $'J pur uuuum,
HUSTAGE k ROBERTSON
jjj,j.' xmumn im
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,''
03 & 05 FortlStroet, Honolulu.
By tho Zciilandin, duo hero on tho 18th of this month,
Mr. Ehrlich will return to Honolulu, with ono of the Larg
est and best -Selected Stocks of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS!
Ever imported to Honolulu.
The Ladies and General Public aro cordially invited to
inspect the Stock upon its arrival.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS !
81 S. EHRLICH.
IMrOUTKH AS!) DKAI.Un IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Street, Honolulu.
ISLAND3TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
a j ly
doing id Cents'
From the Temple of Fashion at creatly
itiininrAiia nnlt Atia nt ntWta itrliinli In
These goods aru llr.-st class in every
Cloilimi, Snitiililc or tie Rich and Poor ale.
In ollcrilnc; them to our customers wo would most respectful) v draw their at
tention to the fact that vu aro giving litem tho b.niclU of our cheap hiirgulu and
invite the public in general to clvu us a cull and examine thesu goods bcloro pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usuul lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. C9
APLKASANT FKOXT ROOM,
newly furnished, at 19r Niuiatm
Avenue, by tho week or month.
CO 4v MHS. W. G. XKEDIIAM.
For Salo or Lenso.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
Futiahou Street called "Kananllo.
hla," tho property of O. II. Judd, are for
talo or for lease for a term of years.
For particulars inqulro of
ALEX. .1. OAR'nVKIGUT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13. 1880. 1C08
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
THE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAT.
klki, nt present occupied by G. D.
b rectli. Apply at olllco ot
FKKETH & 1'EAOOOK,
tf 2!) Nuuanu Mrcct.
n cu i lorvouui g u owing uu.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
Tho Lngcr Beer
At the Expositions
20 0m HONOLULU, AGENTS.
JP. IIILDEB, -
Ilell Telephone 17S.
The Best Manila Cigars in the Market!
Charles Stuart Cavorloy recently fubllsliol a tpecluirn of his lyrical talent,
entitled " Mr. Leslie's Sone; " of which tho following two versos aro a specimen;
Thoro Is a rapture exceeding all measure,
Loft to enliven this sorrowful worlds
Who does not think of that moment with pleasure,
YIlcn 111 fit rouud bis lips the wreathing smoko curled ?
Parents look gravo or nick,
Call It a imaty trick.
Say it Is rulnmu say It is wtodr;
Jluppy indeed is his lot, )
Who, for theso caring not,
. Pull llko a chlumoy.pol,
All tho day long.
Somo, who nro troubled vclth end'ejs entreaties,
Strlvo for a tlnu this delight to forofo;
Vain aro tlr cllorts. their lalluro complete Is
I.lfo withnui Bmoklng'fl unbearably slow.
Soon their mistake they liud,
Lcavo all finch thought behind,
Wise resolutions all vanish in tmokt;
And'to the!r,cost thoy bio
That, If their llfo must bo '
71, " 'Twill bo uo Joke. ? ,f
jaynairT-in im mi iuiii-m anma W
Egan & Co.'s
the entire Stock of
reduced rates, tve now offer them to our
OAmiinl 1 1 1 nti
icspect and conplst of all grades) and qual.
respect and (
THE RESIDENCE AND
Pasture Lands ut Pauoii Vul-
lev. nncunlcd liv Mra T.nmr.
Apply on tho premises. i!9tf
FOR SALE !
ONE LAUGE LOT. corner Pcnsacola
and Luuallln Sts., which can be
divided into two or mora building lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
51 Of West, Dow & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN.
THE umlcrHi"n'd havo money to loan
in sums ot not less than one thous.
and dollars upon satisfactory security.
SMITH, THUHSTON & KINNEY,
C2tf CO Fort Street, Honolulu.
F YOU WANT A SITUATION
l auvurtuo in ihu Daily Bui.i.ktin.
- rvDi'm.imn'ni Z
of the abovo Brewery
the First Prizes I
X M. -!
of 168 and 1ES0
ooio i mo ! ft
Mutunt Tolcnlione 375.
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