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SATURDAY. MAR. 13, 1887.
Schr Luka from llnmaktta
Stmr Kluau from Afn.nl & Hawaii
Stmr Llkellke from lCahiihtl & Ilium
Bgtno Consnclo for San Francisco
Bk Glcngnbcr for San Franeleo
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Klnau for tlio Volcano imtl
ports, nt 4 in
Stmr Llkellke for Knhulul ami Ilium,
nt S p m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Klnnu 1,817 bag of Mignr, 100
bags of otntoGt -1 horses, MOO goat
Rkltis 1H hides, Vi bills of nwn ami
00 likes of sundries.
Stmr W O Hall 2.0110 bugs of sugar,
1C1 bags of nwn, 12 bags of coffee.
H2 heaiR of cattle, 7 jacks ami :
nkgs of siimlrlpi.
Stmr Llkellke 3,010 bags of sugar.
Sclir Luka 1,300 bags of sugar.
From Maul and Hawaii, per XT G
Hall, March IS Rev W 11 Unmet, T
Prince, Hon Kin Xahnolclua, .1 M Cu
inara, and 51 deck.
From Mnul mid Hawaii, per Klnau,
March 10 T E Evans, Uro Paul, Ah
Lcong, II Deacon, Ml-s F Ah Sam, Mrs
J McLaughlin, W 11 Cummlngs, Mr6
J W AViddellcld, MNs U E Crockett,
Mls S Crockett, F H Hnyseldcn, O 11
Wilson ami 51 deck.
Prom Knhulul and way-ports, per
Llkellke, March 10 W J Lowrle, P N
Mnkce, L von Tempskey, Mis K 11 Bai
ley, Apa, 1 Chinaman and 57 deck.
The Glcngaber sailed to-day for San
Francisco with 18,851 bags of sugar,
weighing 2.201,204 ll, and valued nt
The Consnclo sailed this morning for
San Francisco taking 0,023 bags of
sugar, weighing 1)10,800 lbs, nnd valued
nt 831,100. t.
- . VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Knlakaua, Armstrong
Bk Maltha Fisher, Bucklu
Bktno Eureka, Meyer
Bktno S N Castlo, Hubbard
Bktno Mary WTnkclimin, Blake
Brig Alllo Rowe, Phillips
Brit bark Velocity. Bolster
Ger bk C It Bishop, Wolteis
Schr Hera, Closson
Tern W S Bowne, Paul
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: usual temperauco meeting will
bo held in Fowler's yard this evening.
Colonkl M. Thompbon has our
thanks for copies of valuable foreign
Tun steamer Kinau will sail on
Monday afternoon, nt -1 o'clock, for
His Majesty and party will leave
Wnimnnalo for Honolulu at 3 o'clock
this afternoon, on tlio steamer Cum
mins. A. J. CAitTWinoiiT, Esq., has pre
sented tlio Library Association with
a complete sot of the Wnvcrly Novels
in 14 volumes.
Several cases of gin fell off a dray
in front of tlio Custom IIouso yester
day, which seems to indicate that gin
is drunk before it is drunk.
Miss. 11. Tuck, No. -13 Emma
Btreot, has recently received a splen
did lot of new stamping patterns, of
elegant and esthetic designs.
Timlin will be sorvicu in tlio Gor
man language, conducted by tho
Rov. Mr. Isenbcrg, in the Y. M. C. A.
Hall, at 11 o'clock to-morrow morn-
Tun Government Hags for tho
Kaimiloa, referred to two or three
days ago, aro nearly completed. They
look very pretty. Tho work is being
dono by Mrs. Robinson, n nativo lady.
i S- -
The steamer Kinau was unnblo to
land her freight at Hilo, whon last
there, on account of sovero weather.
She had to go to Waiakea. with tho
freight, thus causing her late arrival
hero this morning.
Tin: steward of tho Glongaber was
taken violontly sick tho other night.
Ho was wrapped up in a blanket and
carried to tho Hospital, where ho
went into fits. At last accounts ho
wiib doing well, but was surprised at
getting iits, as hu never had them
One of the men employed by tho
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.
was severely lacerated about tho hips,
by being caught between pieces of
heavy iion, last Thursday. Ho was
(rented by lr. MeKibbin, who says
that the injured man had a narrow
escape from being deformed for lifu
A T.mxE girl about four yr oll,i
(i daughter of Mr. Enos, at tho top
of Punchbowl street, was accidentally
burnt about t)io abdomon last Mon
day. A doctor was called in. Tho child
died on tlio following Wednesday,
and was buried on Thursday after
noon. . .
Mu. S. Roth, mei chant tailor, has
made ahandbomo traveling costumo
for Hor Majesty Queen Kapiolani. Tho
costumo or ulster, as it might bo cnlled,
is mado of silk mixed goods, trimmed
with elegant giay satin braid. It
will bo worn by Her Majesty during
hor tour abioad.
The Rov. W. C. Merritt, President
of Oahu College, writes to tho "Ad
vertiser, explaining the circumstances
connected with tho ilro at tho College,
Wednesday evening not Thursday
morning, as wrongly stated, by tho
BilWiRTiN. Mr. Merritt's account'is
substantially tho Mime as our state
ment ol Thursday.
Messrs. Smith, Thurston, nntl Kin
ney havo !?G0,000 to loan. Surprised
to hear, that there is so much money
in tho country 1
Mit. II. J. Nolle, an old soldier of
tho Hawaiian Guards, has presented
to tlio Honolulu Rifles, through Mr.
Geo. Struteinoyer, a model soldier
that works by Maclnnory.
The Chinese servant who was
burnt by the gas explosion at Mr.
Gifuird'a recently, died of his injuries
lust night, at Kikihalc, and was
buried by friends this morning.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play nt Emma Square this after
noon commencing at 4 :30 o'clock.
Following is tho programme:
March Hawaii Xcl Berger
Overture ICainehnmehn Berger
Waltz Tlilno Alone Melsicr
KcmiuWccuccs of Verdi Godfrey
Jig St. Patilck's Bay Benedict
Quadrille Madame Angot Leeoeq
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE
The free cntcitninnicnt in the Y.
M. C. A. Hall, this evening,
under the auspices of the Blue Rib
bon League, promises another suc
cessful evening. Tho following is
1. Duet Pianoforte
MUs Atheitou and Miss Lowrcy
2. Beading Mr. W. A. Kinney
:t. Song. . V Mr. T. It. Walker
-1. Beading Mrs. W. Hopper
5. Song MNs B. Parke
0. Addicss Hon. A. F. Judd
All uro Invited.
WRITTEN LECAL OPINIONS.
Colonel 31. Thompson, a well-known
member of tho Hawaiian Bar, and
at one time n prominent member of
the legnl profession at Washington,
holds himself in readiness to give
the law, when desired, in a written
opinion, as to tho probable result of
the contention upon the facts stated.
The Colonel maj be consulted in
person or by letter, tho facts of the
case being clearly stated, and a
carefully prepared written opinion,
based on tho law and the facts, will
bo given. Colonel Thompson's
thorough knowledge and long ex
perience of law and its adminstra-
tion specially qualify him for dis
charging this function of his pro
fession, and all applicants may feel
fully assured, not only of receiving
a sound legal opinion, but of prompt
A BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY.
Mr. A. Morgan, whoso residence
is at Pnlamn, reached the 54th anni
versary of his birth yesterday. Mr.
Morgan chanced to be a little late
in coming into tho world ; for if ho
had happened to bo one day earlier,
his birthday would, every year, bo
celebrated all over the world, wher
ever the sons of tho Emerald Isle
tlnd a home. But as it is, his birth
day anniversary follows immediately
after that of St. Patrick, and this,
his Tilth was reached in health and
good spirits. Mr. Morgan celebrated
tho event last evening, at his neat
and comfortable littlo cottago homo,
by a quiet little gathering of a few
intimate frionds, who spent a very
pleasant evening together, and dis
persed at an early hour, sincerely
wishing him many happy returns of
On looking over tho list of per
sons hooked to leave for the Coast
by the S. S. Australia, on April
13th, tho following names appear:
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Castle child and
maid, N. D. White, Miss N. White,
Mrs. Geo. P. Castle 2 children and
maid, Mrs. A. Fuller and son, Miss
Ciara Fuller, S. M. Damon, II. P.
Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. F. A.
Schaefcr, Miss II. M. Bliss, B. E.
Kinsley, Mrs. F. P. Hasting, Miss
Rose Makce, Commodore and Mrs.
Diekerson, Miss Maud O'Connor, II.
S. Ilovcy, C. A. Longfellow, J. W.
Sibley and wife, Jas. II. Park, T.
C. Wilis and daughter, Win. Water
house "and family, Mrs. Paul Neu
mann and family, R. J. Bennett and
daughter, Mrs. Capt. Shephard,
Rev. II. Isenbcrg and wife, Master
Iscnberg, Mrs. Jas. I. Dowsett,
Eddie Dowsett, A. L. Stetson, Miss
Pierce, Mrs. Pierce nnd child, N.
II. Mcnvin, B. F. Dillingham, T.
May and wife, Mr. nnd Mrs. P.
Lewis and daughter. Mrs. Dowsett
nnd her son Eddio may go to
4,000 CASES OF CIN 1 1 1
Editou Bulletin: This is an
item on tho manifest of one of tho
vessels now dtsplmrging in this port.
Sectipn 31 of "An act (o regulate
the sale of spirituous liquors, of
1882, provides if any liceiised per
son shall sell, or offer for sale any
adulterated spirituous liquor f
ho shall pay not Jess than 8100 nor
moro than 85QO, and any ono may
make complaint to any Justice, and
on a deposit of 85 by such com
plainant, tho liquor complained of
shall be analysed by a competent
person, etc. otc." Aro the tempe
rance peoplo in earnest? If so why
don't they enforce this law? or aro
thoy afraid to, as the "gin millers"
sav is the case Piioiiihitionist.
A Chicago firm advertises: "Our
dancing slippcra for young Indies
are simply immense." This is a
complete vindication for tho para
grnphcra. Thcro havo just been lulmittctl to
the poorhouso of Beaver qMlty,
Penii.',' ?V Wii'il mirf iis wi'P and H.VQ
children, thrco of whom were trip-lots.
BLAINE AND THE PHESIOEHCY.
WHAT EX-OOV. MCE HAS TO SAY
ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN OK
Washington, Feb. 17. Ex-Gov.
ltico is quoted in to-dny's Philadelphia-
Times as saying in reply to tho
query, "What do you think of
"I havo always been very friend
ly toward Mr. Blaine and have seen
him within tho past year. This mat
ter of his candidacy has been care
fully talked over. You will tlnd be
fore he permits himself to become a
candidato that ho will carefully es
timate his chanco in a campaign. I
do not think that ho had any desire
to force himself forward nor even
permit tho impetus and indiscreet
zeal of his moro enthusiastic sup
porters to influence- him. lie can
just as well decido for himself. Ho
knows what opposition he encounter
ed two years ago, and whether ho
is any stronger now. There is no
doubt that a very positive feeling of
uncertainty exists in the minds of
many of his followers of 1881. They
are willing that ho should run with
a fair chances of success, but he
hesitates about taking all the
chanco the other way. You can
bear in mind that Massachusetts
will support the republican candi
dato and give him her voice.
Tho ex-governor added, says tho
Times correspondent, that the
choice of a candidate by the repub
licans would be very largely in
fluenced by the position of the de
mocratic party in New York as to
A SHOWMAN'S LIFE ENDED.
DEATH OK GRANT ItlVEllS, A CIRCUS
MAN, WEI.!. KNOWN ON
New York, Feb. 21. Grant
Rivers was buried yesterday from
Calvary Episcopal Church in March
avenue, Williamsburg. The inter
ment was in Cypress Hill Cemetery.
Mr. Rivers died in Buffalo on Tues
day last of apoplexy. Ho was born
sixty-five years ago in Springfield,
Mass. At tho age of ten years he
went to Boston with n circus and
became an acrobat. He was con
nected with many shows before
1838, when he traveled with Purdy,
Welch & Macombrc. In 1839 ho
went with Aaron Turner's show,
for which P. T. Barnum was then
ticket-seller and Treasurer. In 1840,
he went with Rockwell & Stone's
circus. In 1847, ho was senior
proprietor of Rivers & Darien's cir
cus. In 1849 Rivers got the gold
fever and went to California. He
sold a claim for 850,000. He or
ganized the first San Francisco cir
cus and afterward took seventeen
different shows from tho East to
the Pacific. He took the first circus
to South America, Australian, Jap
an, Sandwich Islands and Mexico.
In 18C2 ho went to Philadelphia and
paid taxes on 8155,000 worth of
property, but his pile shrank, and
in 1804 he was traveling with an
English opera company. Of late
years he was traveling salesman for
Scribuer & Co. fS. F. Bulletin.
A NEW PROCESS OF TEMPERING
Tho Louisville Courier-Journal
publishes a report of tests made in
presence of one of its staff of a new
process for hardening nnd tempering
steel, by which hardness ana elasti
city are carried forward in combina
tion. A drill made of the new steel
penetrated in forty minutes, a steel
safe-plate warranted to resist any
burglar drill for twelve hours. A
pen-knife tempered by the process
cut the stem of a steel key readily,
and with the same blade the inventor
shaved tho hairs on his arms, and a
number of other interesting and suc
cessful tests were made.
Tho inventor is a young black
smith, who has been experimenting
with tho process for years, and
claims that the tempering is con
ducted without expense or skilled
labor. He has also n new process
for converting iron into steel at small
expense. He claims to be able to
make steel plate so clastic and hard
as to turn a ball tired from the
heaviest gun ever constructed. The
invention is a secret, not haviug
been patented, and a company has
been incorporated to push it, with
Hon. Charles Godshaw General
Manager. It is intended to call tho
attention of tlio Navy Department
to the discovery, and ask for facili
ties to test steel mado by the pro
cess. I . , - .-1-U.m-!
An old tramp who had agreed to
saw wood for half an hour for his
breakfast from a Baltimore woman,
quit at the seventh stick and said,
"Madam, I have struck for more
breakfast and less wood ; tire you
willing to arbitrate?" "Certainly,"
she replied, and she loft the caso in
tho hands of hor bulldog, who ran
tho tramp half a mile nnd decided
that a lockout was inevitable.
A FRENCH PANACEA FOR CRIEF.
A Frenchman advises any ono who
is unhappy about anything to go
into his room and comfort himself
with a good cry. Ho says that
groaning and crying will servo more
tfhaq ntiyth(fig'csQ to nllay grief,
aiul telh of a min who onco reduced
his pulso from 12G to CO in tho
course of a, few hours by giving full
vent to his emotions.
DIED FROM A LEAD-PENCIL WOUND.
II. Barber, n merchant of Flor
ence, while standing in front of his
shot), was approached by a friend
from the rear, who threw his arm
over Barber's neck, drawing his
head downward and bringing his
right oyo in contact with a lead pen
cil which his friend had in his vest
pocket. The pencil, about mi inch
and n half long, entered the eye and
was so completely concealed to baf
fle the skill of plryslcians to find it.
After remaining in the eye about
two months the pencil came out, and
it was then thought that Barber
would recover, hut tlio lead had
poisoned tiio optic nerve and later
the brain became similarly affected.
Yesterday ho died. Boston He
rald, Feb. 1.
BUILDING MATERIAL FROM WOOD
PULP. A report comes from Norway of a
discovery Just made at the Sognednl
Pulp Factory, after years of experi
menting, Hint wood-pulp can be used
for the manufacture of all kinds of
bulling ornaments which are usually
mado in plaster of Paris, tho pulp
readily taking painting or gilding to
great advantage. The material also
bcems to bo remarkably tough and
not. easily broken, as shown by tho
fact that a bar a foot long, an Inch
thick and live inches wide, was
thrown with great violence against a
wall and sustained no injury. Pieces
have also been dropped from great
heights with the same result. The
material Is lighter than plaster of
Paris, is impervious to wet and
therefore admirably adapted for
ceilings, ceiling ornaments, friezes
and such like, both outdoor and in
door. It can easily bo fixed either
with nail or screws. Ono more ad
vantage is claimed by the inventor
that ornaments madu from this ma
terial cost half the price of similar
ones mado of plaster. If this dis
covery is really all that it is said to
be it will prove a useful adjunct to
all kinds of ornamentation and
architectural decoration, and ought
therefore to be specially acceptable
in the building trade. S. F.
Roman Catholic Cathedual.
High mass at 10 a. m. Vespers at l t'.lo
Kaumakavili Chukcii. Rov. .f.
Wnliuiiuu, pastor. Sunday cehool at
0:S0a. m. Pleaching at 30-ao A. m.
Kawaiahao Chukcii. Rev. 11. if.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school tit 10
A. M. Preaching at 11 A. M. Young
people's meeting tit 7 :I50 v. Ji.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Bible
Class In the parlor at 'J:4." a. m., (on
ducted by the General Secretary. Gos
pel Praise Service tit C'.'M. Come and
lniug a friend.
Chinese Chukcii. Fort street, near
corner Ileretanla. Mr. To Teng Ue,
evangelist. Chinese Sunday School,
U:'.I0a. M. Chlnesu and English Sun
day School, 2:0 i'. m. Preaching 11
A.m. and 7t:0 i. m. Illblc class hi
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall, (!:H0 v. m.
Uetiiel Union Conciueoation.
Rev. K. C. Oggcl, pastor. Services at
the Lyceum, Xiiuanu avenue, at 11
A. m. and 7::i() r. M. Sunday School
and Ulble class at 1) : l.'i o'clock. Morn
ing subject, "lmuiiii'talied Xnmcs
Xo. II." Evening subject, "Marvelous
Faith." All coulliilly Invited.
FOUT-STItEET Ciiuncn. Rev. J. A.
Ciiiun, pastor. Meeting for Jtlblu
study at 1) : 15 a. M. Services at 11 A. si.
and 7:1)0 r. 31. As Mr. Criuau has not
yet sulllclently recovered from hl ill
ness to he able to preach on Sunday,
Roy. Dr. Hyde has kindly consented to
till the pulpit in tlio morning and Rev.
W. R. Olcbon In the evening. All aro
St. Andkew's Oathedkal. First
Congregation. Holy Communion, (1:30
A. si. ..Morning prayer at D:!lu a. si.,
with sermon, at t):00 A. si. Pieacher,
the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh. Evensong
with sermon, by the Rev. il. 11. Gowch
at (i l. si. All scats tun unappro
priated. Second Congregation. Itov. George
Wallace, A. M.. pastor. Litany,
sermon and Holy Communion, at 11:15
A. si. Evening prayer with sermon, at
7:110 l'. si. Sunday School meets atlU
A. si. Seats fiuo tit all t-ei vices.
LBS. Fresh Home-Mode Chow.
iuir StloKs, or to-cnllcil Jhr.
Imis' Poles, .mil ficsh, delicious Vanilla
and Chncnltite Creams uhich I guaran
tee to lie fir superior and f old cheaper
than any Imported, at F. HORN'S I'ion.
ccr Steam Cundy Factory nnd Bakery
and Ieo Cream Parlor. ti!iit
. ii .
S PERRY'S Xo. 1 Famllv Klour Is
(illeiul for Bale by GOKSALVKS &,
CO., Qiicin Street. Ul
WE HAVE Jmt received per Aus
tralia a now lot of Aitlsts' Ma
teri'il?, Ehony Ware, Blanket", Cabinet
Frames, ltustlc Finm,'1?, etc. Ami we
uro holler prepared than ever to make
Cornices and Picture Vramm, hnliig
the largest and hea siloctcd stock of
Moulding?, in ihu Kingdom. Kino
Ultos.' AT Stoiii;. 511
Dii. Fu.nt'h Hi:aut llr.MKiiy is a
Specilio for nil forms of Heart Dis
ease and nlso for Diseases of Kidneys
and Oirutiltition. Descriptive hook
with every botllo. Benson Smith &.
Co., Agents. HW
Patuonizk Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. AV. llingluy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tlio Crystal Soda
Works, whom ho is prepared to fill nil
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island otdurs solicited
and promptly tilled, Tho attention
of dealers is i coped flip" invited to
tlio fact "no JU'oJiKJ is icouircd" lo
tcll tltcsn ojgniH, Do not forget tho
nnnio J; W. Jlingloy, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advertise lu tho Daily Bulletin,
rtXt The SCHOONER JOSEP1I
$ INK Is now in llMt-clnss or
JSJi der. She ulll make two
-klsE3& trips a week to Ewa, under
Captain Cook, tarryimr frolght nnd pas.
scngers. Parties wishing to make
to Pearl River, Coco Head, and other
pnris of Oahu may charter tlio schooner
by applying to CAVT. COOIC.
Are prepared to glvo
To thcl'iiblic and ask their pattounge.
M. II. KANE,
Dell ;SS, Mutual C43.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner ofXuuatiu & Hotel MtrcetM.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Carriage Company has been re
cently orgiinled, and guarantees to
furnl'h good conveyances, trustworthy
drivers, ami will make no cxtortlonnto
All call wilt ho promptly attended to.
Facie Carriage Go.
Telephone 419, both Companies.
OFFICE AND CARRIAGE STAND:
Corner Queen As ITort Hf.
12D. in tnis Comniny
J. Brown, -:
N. Doylo, -
-,... aru owned by
200-: their drivers,
201 who will en.
' deavor to do
0!)'. their lust to
193 I satisfy thoir pa-
' t irons by civility
60s I nnd modf.b.vtk
Carriages at all hours, day and night.
Paddle Horses, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Carts witu stylish and gentlo
horses to let.
A few Iloises, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
King up Telephone 112, or apply to
MILES &. IIAYJLKY.
A JAPANESE COOK wanted; must
miiko himself generally useful.
Apply at this Olllce. 73
a IX GOOD DKKSSMAKERS wanted
O at Cluis, J. Kldiel's Dressmaking
None but good hands
need to apply.
ONE TIUM CAB AND 200 FEET
of T Hulls, six pounds to the foot,
wi'h holts and flMi-platcs complete.
Suitable for Warehouse or Plantation.
Apply to HOLLISTElt&CO. ,
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE ON UKItE-
timla Street, adjoining tho
residence of Mrs. Moreno.
Cottngo contains 5 rooms with kitchen,
Etc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS A CO.
rpiIE well known Old Corner
JL IVciiiIhoh. Apply at tho BKA
VEU SALOON 07 tf
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
X It ;Y Y TL TS N .
a hli orders for Cartago promptly st
Jrx. tended to. Particular attention
paid to tho
Storing- & Shipping
of goods In transit to tho other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quuntllles lo suit nt lowest prices.
Ofllco, adjoining E. P. Adams & Co.'s
'982 ly Mutual T lephono ffo. 16.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
JUcgtuinu, ft per uunum.
G3 & Go Fort Btic(4t Honolulu.
By tho Zdnlnndia, duo Here on the 18th oC this month,
Mr. Ehrlich will return to Honolulu, with one of the Larg
est and best Selected 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.
lMF0UTF.lt ASD DKALEIt IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu. Campbell's Block,
ISLANDJTRADE SOLICITED AND
Bargains at Egan & Co.'s
Usnlng bought the entire Stock of
Clotlg and Ms' Fnlig Goods
Prom tho Tcmplo of Fashion nt greatly reduced rites, we now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which de y competition.
These goods nro llr?t class in every icspcct and consist of nil grades and qutl.
Gloiig, Malile or tic Kiel anil Poor ale.
In ofTcrilng them t our customers wo wwld most respectfully draw their at
tention to tho fact that we aro giving them tho benefit of our cheiip bargain nnd
invite the public lu gtnoral to give us a call mil examine these goods befote pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FDBNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known lo need (special comment. 5!i
Tie Daily Balletin
To be had ut
J. H. SOPEU, -A.
and DAILY BULLETIN OFFICE.
A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM,
newly furnished, at 105 Nuiinnu
Avenue, by the week or month.
tiO 4w MHS. W. O. NEEDHAM.
For Sale or Leaso.
rpiIOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
JL l'unahnu Street called "Kannnilo
hla," the property of C. II. Judd, are for
bale or for lease for a term of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OARTWRIOHT.
Honolulu, Dec. II). I860. It 03
THE "CENTRAL" CIGrAR STAND,
Citmpbell'H Block, Merchant Street,
IP. IIIXiXER, - Proprietor.
fltill Telephone 17U. Mutunl Telephone 2173.
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CharleiStuait Cavorlcy recently published n ipecimen of his lyrical talent,
entitled " Mr. Leslie'd Song " of which tho following two versoi nro a upcclmeu:
Tliero 1h a rapture exceeding all mensuro,
Loft to enliven thlB sorrowful world;
Who does not think of that moment with pleasure,
When liret round ins lips
l'arentB looK grave or biok,
Call It a nnaty trick,
Say It la rulnoiu say it Is wrong;
Happy ludced is his lot,
"Who, for theso caring not,
Pull's like a chimney-pot,
All tho day long.
Somo, who aro troubcd with endluss entreaties,,
Htrlvo for a tlmathls dellaht to forouo:
Vnln are llieU- efforts, their failure comp
I.lfo wUliput smoklng'a unbearably si
Lcavo nil such thoughts behind,
"WHo resolutions all vanish lu tinoU;
And to their cost they seo
That, If their life must be .
'Twill bo no Joke,
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Wholesale, Way Down Low.
MEETING OF THE 8TO0K-
holders of tho Mutual Telephone
Company will ho held at the Company's
Building, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
THURSDAY, MARCH 24th,
A full attendance is requested.
By order of tlio Directors.
82 lOt A. JAEGER, Sec'y.
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