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MONDAY. MAR. 21. 1887.
EMPEROR WILLIAM'S BIRTHDAY.
Emperor William of Germany will
have completed his 90th year to
morrow. In all parts of the world
where subjects of the Kinpirc arc to
be found the day will be duly cele
brated. In Honolulu resident Ger
mans will not be behind in com
memorating the event. Tho Ha
waiian Band will play suitable selec
tions f music at the German Consu
late, at the store of Messrs. Hack
feld & Co., from 12 o'clock noon
till 1 o'clock. In the evening there
will be a banquet at the British
Club, and rnusic will again be fur
nished by the Baud.
A FALSE RUMOR.
It was reported around the streets
on Saturday last that u certain in
dividual had purchase a lot of 15 or
20 tickets for the evening's show, at
the Opera House, and was retailing
them at an advanco of fit) per cent
on the original cost. The matter
was reported to this ofllce by two
or three different persons. With
the view of verifying tho truth of
the matter, in order to expose the
little trick, a representative of this
paper went to the ticket ofllce,
where the sale of every ticket is
duly recorded, and made inquiries,
anil was surprised to find the rumor
was false. The individual had pur
chased tickets and reserved scats
for several other persons, by re
quest, and those persons received
their tickets in due lime. Only
two of tho total number wero for
the person applying at the ofllce.
These arc the facts in the case,
which anyone can verify for him
self ; and yet some people will per
sist in asserting that the rumor was
correct, and accuse the Bullktix of
being afraid to publish the matter.
This latter, also, is ii false charge.
Tho Bulletin is not afraid to ex
pose an' proceeding of the kind,
provided it exists. But we arc
desirous of being just, fair and
truthful, not knowingly giving pub
licity to a falso statement respect-
ing anyone. Wo satisllcd oursolves
that tbo rumor was false, and there
fore declined to publish it as truth.
Had tho result of our inquiry been
different, it certainly would have
been dealt with in theso columns on
Berlin, March 8. On Uio proposal
of the Bremen Commercial Exchange
the Imperial Bank lias agreed us an
experiment to permit tho payment
of bills of exchange drawn beyond
.tho seas upon merchants having dis
counts with tho bank, free of charge,
,at tho head ofllce or brandies. Tho
eums to meet bills must be lodged
nt the place at which payment is to
Smallpox is prevalent at Los
Angeles. -11 cases had been re
ported to tho 12th instant, of which
1 had resulted fatally. Vigorous
measures pre being taken to prevent
tho spread of the disease.
The firm of Grecnebaum &
Stiauss, stock speculators, is insol
vent. The 27th session of the California
Legislature terminated on the 12th
Washington, March 8. A party
of Senators, including Sherman,
Mandcrsou, Palmer nud Ransom,
start for Florida to-day. It is
understood to be Sherman's inten
tion to extend his trip through some
of the other Southern Slates, and
those who are witching events with
regard to their inllucucc on the next
Presidential conventions think they
see in this trip of the Sherman party
connection with 1888.
Washington, Match 12. Pending
decision by the Attorney-General of
the question as to whether the
cruisers Chicago, Atlanta and Boston
can be completed by the Navy De
partment, in view of the failure of
Congress to make specific appropria
tion for tho purpose, all work on the
vessels lias been suspended. Tho
opinion is generally entertained Hint
the General fund appropriated for
construction and repairs can be used
to finish tho work on the cruisers.
At the beginning of the present
month SGO,000 of this fund remained
available, after meeting the require
ments of the various navy yards,
mid it is believed that this sum, if
applied to the new cruisers, would
sulllce to complete them.
Captain Eads, tho ship railroad
projector, is dead.
The two yachts, Coronet and
Dauntless started on their transat
lantic race on the 12th instant.
When the judges' boats left the
yachts, the Coronet was leading by
about one-quarter of a miles, with a
twenty-four miles north-west breeze.
London, March 12. At Mentone,
Thursday, tho shock was the most
violent since that of February. The
walls of many houses were again
cracked, and mirrors, glassware,
etc., were smashed. Visitors are
again hurrying away from Mentone,
and the residents arc camping out in
the open air. At Monte Cario the
shock caused a panic in the gambling-rooms.
The tables shook
violently, and the players lied in
Paris, March 12. A sharp shock
of earthquake was felt throughout
Marseilles yesterday. For a time
there was general panic, and hotels
and the Bourse were emptied of
their occupants in a very few sec
onds. People however were reas
sured. It is feared that many walls
of buildings in various parts of the
city wero cracked.
Monto Carlo, March 12. A re
currence of earthquakes at different
points in the Riviera has induced a
fresh rush of frightened tourists
here from Nice, Cannes and San
New York, March 12. The Pout's
Berlin special says: Herr Mixuel's
speech of yesterday is the exclusive
topic to-day, because it is considered
the financial programme of the
National Liberals. This lias caused
the true Liberals the deepest dis
comfort as showing that the National
Liberals now, like the Conscrva
fives, plead exemption of tho Ger
man high nobility from taxes laid on
Berlin, March 12. Russia lias not
sent a circular concerning the Bul
garian executions or about with
drawing from the three Emperors'
St. Petersburg, March 12. The
Czar will send tho Grand Duke
Vladimir and the Grand Duke
Michael, together with a large suite,
to Berlin on the occasion of the
Emperor Williams' birthday as a
mark of his cordiality.
Berlin, March 12. Bismarck gave
a dinner last night to the leaders of
the various parties which voted for
tho Septennato bill.
Ghindstone is reported to he in
the highest spirits. lie says the
Tories are on tho verge of an abyss
from which there is no escape.
Nino officers and civilians con
cerned in the recent Bulgarian re
volt were shot at Ru'stchuk Sunday.
Tho release of the Skyo crofters,
Mucmillan mid Macdonald, from jail
was celebrated in Edinburgh by a
breakfast to the crofters and speeches
The general opinion on Right
Hon. Arthur James Balfour's ap
pointment to the Irish Chief Secre
taryship is that it is n weak one and
will lead to more confusion than
Reports from Austria, Hungary,
Russia, Poland and Bessarabia show
increasing armaments and continued
concentration of troops on both
sides. All tho Balkan States aro
preparing lovies en tnasse.
The Official Mussenrcr of St.
Pateraburg, reflecting Ministerial
opinion, declares that Russia ad
heres to her Bulgarian policy. This
means that anarchy is to continuo
until a case is mado out for interven
tion. Rome, March 8. The Popo lias
selected Mgr. Rampollo, the Nuncio
at Madrid, to succeeded the late
Cardinal Jacobin! as Pontifical Sec
retary of gtato.
London, Maich Q, England and
Germany, it is imserteci, jvjjj pn
deavor to effect an amicable scttje-
raent of the dispute between Zanzi
bar and Portugal.
London, March 8. A widespread
Nihilist plot has been discovered in
I ' i, ,i, n imf,tnimmm
Finland. Numerous students and
artisans wero arrested in Uleaborg
in connection with the conspiracy.
Tho Hague, March 8. The
Chamber of Dcputios, by a vote of
13 against 28, has approved the law
regulating the succession to the
throne. The law provides that if
the direct line fails, the succession
shall fall first, upon Sophia, sister
of the King; second, upon the
descendants of Marianne, daughter
of the late King; third, upon the
descendants of the last (.neon
Louise of Sweden, and fourth, upon
rnccs3 Ainrie of Wlctic.
Rome, March 8. The Tribitssa
prints n dispatch from Massawnh
saying that the King of Abyssinia is
marching to Goggiani and lias sum
moned a portion of Has Elouah's
troops to join him.
Dublin, March 2. A mob nt
Bnllyliaunis attacked :i force of
police last evening nud rescued boiuc
prisoners whom they had In charge.
Tho mob stoned the police and
partially wrecked tho barracks. The
police fired a number of shots at the
crowd, but without hitting any one.
Several policemen were injured ly
Limerick, March ft. A sensation
has been caused by the perpetration
of very extensive incendiarism
Thursday night in the country sur
rounding the city, a largo number of
houses being burned, the victims in
all cases being persons who paid
rents. Great excitement prevails.
The aggregate of the property des
troyed is very large. The fires wero
caused by armed incendiaries, who
escaped. The district was ablaze
all night with burning houses and
New York, March 2. The Cana
dian Pacific Railway, to which re
cently was chartered the Cunnard
steamships Parthia, Batavia, and
Abyssinia for its Pacific trade, lias
arranged to start its first line from
Vancouver to Japan and China
ports. The Parthia will bo the
pioneer steamer of the line, leaving
Hongkong by way of Iliogo and
Yokohama for Vancouver. Vessels
will run monthly until new steamships
arc built. The line will connect with
Peninsular and Oriental and Mcs
sagcries Maritimo lines in the East
AT HIS DESK ALL NICHT.
lMti:SII)i:XT 1IA1ID AT WOltK SIGN
ING VAMOUS MKASUltUS.
The White House presented a
scene of unusual activity- last night.
Light streamed from every window
in tiie official wing of the building,
while inside every one, from the
President down to the clerks and
messengers, was hard at work all
through the night mid until the
grey light of the morning dimmed
the gas lights over their desks. In
tho telegraph room the click of the
instruments kept the President con
stantly informed as to the state of
business at the Capitol, and at
short intervals the messengers of
the two Houses rode up to the door
with tho bills which only a few
moments before had been passed by
Congress, and only awaited the sig
nature of the President to become
The different members of the
Cabinet were at the White House at
intervals throughout the night.
Early in tho evening the Attorney
General, the Postmaster-General
and the Secretaiy of the Interior
were with the President. Later the
Secretary of State and the Secre
tary of War arrived. The Secre
tary of War left a short time before
midnight, and just as his carriage
rolled away that of the Secretary of
the Navy drove up.
The President passed the night nt
lus desk in the library examining
and signing bills and consulting
willi the members of his Cabinet as
to tho measures that affected their
As a consequence of the work
done by the President last night, it
will bo unnecessary for him to go to
the Capitol to-day to sign bills. He
advised the President of the Senate
and the Speaker of the House of
his decision in this respect early
last evening, and added that the
Executive olllco would remain open
all night, and up to the very hour
of adjournment at noon to-day, for
the reception of all matters requir
ing Executive action.
Tho Capitol also presented an
animated appearance last night.
Thousands of people had gathered
from all parts of the city to witness
tho closing scenes in the life of tho
Forty-ninth Congress, Boforo tho
two Houses reassembled after tho
recess the gallarics wero packed
and throngs of people including
many ladies wandered through the
corridors from one wing of tho build
ing to another, in the hope of find
ing entrance to tiio legislative halls.
In both Senato and House the tem
perature was almost torrid and the
air very bad, but tho vast crowd
that filled every seat and oven the
passage-ways in the galleries held
its place. It was an orderly gather
ing on tho whole, and maintained a
decorous quiet except when a bright
sally on tho floors, or the discom
fiture of some moinber, anxious to
eatcli the elusivo cyo of the
"Chair," convulsed it in a burst of
applause or merriment. As fast ns
the spectators relinquished their
scats they wero filled from tho hun
drpds in waiting nt tho doors, and
it was ycry hito at night before
there was any appreciable thinning
out of tho crowd. Washington
Post, March 4th. '
We have received a fresh lino of
Crosse & Blackwoll's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods
Direct from Englnnd ex BrltMi bark Glcng.tber, comprising In part:
Hollies Mixed Pickles,
" Cham Cliiun,
" While Onions,
" Picjcived West Imll i Ginger,
" Spanish Olives,
Handsome Vases Royal Table Since,
" " .! fit Hull Siuco,
Butilus Walnut Cil-ir',
" Orco'iLiigis in S.vriip,
" Hi (I Cin'iuiil hi Synip,
" Candied 1 1 range Peel,
" " Citron Peel,
" Pudding lliiislns,
Mb tins Jordan Almonds,
" Filed Eels,
.lb tins Fiosh Cod Hois,
1 quart Ho. ties Salted fieri big?,
E irllien J.ir-t Anchovy Paste,
Bottles Ciyennc Pepper,
Hottles White and Hlaek I'eppi r.
" Znnlc Currants,
7.H) tins Scotchmen!,
J iii'S Table. Suit,
l?.lb tins Green Pea Soup,
" Julienne aoup,
Mock Tin tie Soup,
" Oxtail Soup,
' Gllilcl Soup,
" Mulliifcatuwny Soup,
Bottles India Curry Puwder,
Tins Madras " "
1 & 1Mb tins J aim mid Jellies, nsj-irtcd,
Puts- of all kinds,
l.lb tun Cnrrnway Seed',
Hottles Tomato Conserve,
Tiulllcd Pate do fols Gia',
Tins Whole Hoast Grouse,
" Sage and Onions,
" H-ilfoid's English Curiled Fowl,
" English Asparagus,
Mb tins Mince Meui,
21b tin Spiced Beif,
Buttle Capers, 2 unit -1 oz ,
l.lb lias Oarrois,
" It lilt fli-w,
" Bulbil Minion,
" Slewed Kidneys,
Hon t Vu.d,
Cocoa anil Milk,
Symlnaton'H Tea Flour,
Epps ij to J-llj Packages Cocon,
OiKlcy Knife l'ollch,
Mb tins Fluke Taploeii,
Coleman' Musiurd in tins and bottles,
Day & Martin' Sltoo Paste,
Also jutt received ox S. S. Australia and Hrigantino CoaMieln, a complete lino of
SrXA.I?JL,IC A.TSU FANCY CilTOCEKIKSs
All which we oiler nt reasonable price.
HatlNructlon f Jaurniiteeil, anil UoixIn delivered to nil pnrtH of Honolulu.
FHESII ICE llQUSK GOODS in Season, received by each (rip of the
O. S. S. Co.'s Steamers by
TUB RKSIDENOB AND
Pasture Lands at Pauoa Vol
Kv. occupied by Mrs. Lone;.
Apply on tho premises. K0;f
FOlt LEASE OR SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAL
JL kiUl, at present or cupled by G. D.
Frccth. Apply at nJllco of
FHkETIl & PEACOCK",
12 If S'lNuunuu eticct.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE ON BKHE
tiiuii Street, adjoluine; the
residence of Sirs. Morrnn.
Cottuge contains r looms with kitchen,
Etc. Apply to E.P.ADAMS it CO.
rpilE well known Old Corner
JL l'l't'IlllHL'N. Apply at the MICA
VEK SAI.OUN 17 if
OXE TRAM CAR AND COO FEET
of T Hulls, six iiouuils to tho loot,
wi'h boll1' and fish-plates complete.
Suitable for Warehouse or Plantation.
Apply to 1IOLL1STER & CO.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE 1.0 1 corr er PciiFiicela
and Luiinllln t'lrf., which ran bo
divided inlo two or moro bulldine; lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
51 Of West, Dow ita Co.
I71MPTY BARRELS AND CASKS.--Ii
H!i to 8." enllnns enehjvery cheap
iorcnih. App'y to LOYE.IOY & CO.,
T5 Nuuaiiu Street. 87 at
A JAPANESE COOK wanted ; must
make himself generally useful.
Apply nt this Ofllce. 72
SIX GOOD DKESSMAKERS wanted
nt Chas, J, F-hel'H Dressmaking
I'.'slabllshmcut. Npae hut good Junius
need to apply. U If
" V) ' '
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Luca'v' Mill.
J-A Tho SCHOONER JOSEPH-
yT&y ' '" mW '" "''"'v'l'lSS Or-
4W6m& ''ur S10 "'"' mu'iu lwo
-vv&B5 trips a week to Ewa, under
Captain Cook, uarryitip freight anil pus.
fceugcrs. Parties wishing lo mnko
to Pearl Hlvor, Coco Hoad, and oilier
purls of Oahu may charter the schooner
by applying to OAVT. COOK.
THE DAILY BULLETIN -The
X jno&t pppularininer published.
r. O. Box 287.
Hoitlei Skinner's Mango Hclldt,
" long Hcil Chillies,
" Mavoitnulse Siuee,
" Culfsfoo' Jelly,
" French Olives,
Handsome Vi so- China S'iy,
" " Hobo Sauce,
HotilssMiuh oom Of sup,
'' flunk's In Svi up,
" l'.nr ' "
" Hint I; Cnri'itnls In Svrup,
" Candled Lemon Peel,
" ('rytitiillU-'d FrulH,
" Turkey Fiuf,
Mb tiim Cnrrfid Lobders,
H lb tins Fillets of Soles.
Earthen Jars Plnatrr IVti
Hnvtll Jars Capt. While's Mullagntawny
Hollle G round Pploet,
Pint Hollies Malt Vinegar,
ti lb It t'liMFieni'h Priiiim
Pint iloi'ld Montserrnt Lime Juice,
2-lb tin Gravy Sfiii',
" Cro-sy Soup,
" Pale?line Soup,
" (laic Snap.
" Ox Olieek S nip,
" Hotchpotch Soup,
" Yunl'iin Simp,
Tins Ox ord Si'iigo,
Hottles PlcMed Bed Cabbage,
Collared Ox Tongues,
liott'c Lin & Ptitrin's Genuine Worces
Mottle Hernial lub Chutney,
" French Trunks,
Tins Whole Hoast Pni'iriilfiiH,
' " " Pheasants,
ii Preserved MiitJiinums,
" Uecf Marion Fat,
'..lb tins Aruwrooi,
Tins Heal Yarmouth Hlnatcrs,
" Fiuucli Mushrooms,
Phllllpi & IJ'iiiauilV Petit Pols,
1 lb tins Parsnip, lib tins Tur; lps,
" Fi civil Tripe,
' Alaniedi) lieef,
- " Hulled Mutt n,
" llxrlcrit Million,
' Onlf-Iicad, ditto Honst Mutton,
" Ho.l'ilHeef " Moiled
Cocoa and milk, Chocolate and Milk,
E'Rieueu Cufici', Fii'inl Groats,
Van IIoulou's Cocoa, if v&-ll tins,
if &-! lb tins Cncnatimi,
Lib tins Pearl Sayo,
" Ground Mice,
" O.imbililge Siu&auc,
Day & Martin's Liquid Shoo Blacking,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
By order of MR. O. DUVAL, we will
sell nt 1'ublle Auction,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our Snlei-i oom, Qucin Street, that
desirable premises on
nl ptvsout occupied as a residence by
The Lot ha a frnntiijjo of HO feet on
Lunalllo Mreet, nnd a iiipth of ",0 feel,
mill is well eoverul with gias. Water
laid on throughout the prciimm.
There Is tin the promise,
Well mid substantia ly buili, with Itiy
Window fioming tho ttrett.
The house contains a spacious Parlor,
Dining Rooin nud Rcdruum on the
lower lioor. Also, Largo Kitchen, Pan
try nnd Hath Hoom. On the upper floor
are a Bedrooms, each furnished with
Clothes Closets. There is also a largo
Carrlago House and Stable on the Lot
Tills is one of tho innt deslrablo resi
dence offered for salo. Tho ground
having u natural slo u ensures perfect
Uraiungo, ami commands an excellent
view from Diamond Head lo the Wal
ESTPnrtles wishing lo Inspect the
pi cmlcs can do so by application to tho
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
73 Id Auctioneers
BY A JAPAN I SH COOK AND JUS
wile. 'I hey both uiidui-tiiml gene
ral house work. The ninn is willing lo
mike hlmsili' u-elul, mid the woman
wilt wiihli, iron, and t ikneaioof children,
Apply nt THIS OFFICE, 80 lw
SGO.OOO TO LOAN !
rpilE undcrslgnid have Sixty Thous.
4- aiul Dollam lo loin, In suniHof not
less than one (hoiiMind dollars upon
SMITH, T11URS TON & KINNEY,
(i3tf (iti Fort Street, Honolulu,
TIIE STORE LATELY OCCUPIED
by TIIOS. MOSSMAN, corner of
Kinc and Nuiiiinu sticets, Is in let Ap
ply lo Messrs. ALLEN & ROUINSON.
"JVf ISS CLARKE, wiiolms hml ninny
uJL ycais cMierleui'ii III DreBi it Oliink
Mukliiir. hnsOPl'Xi: iA DHESSMAK.
ING ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Alaltca
MRS. RODANET, iho well-known
dicsiimkcr, louently returned
Irom Purls, luw her ilross-ninkliig rooms
still on Emma Miect, above tho square.
Bell Tel. 172. Mutual Tel. 872.
P. 0. Box L07.
mm s, m
Kno B4Q1U HUB'S VU UU,.
Campbell Block, Merchant Bt..
Employment Bureau & Regis
Accountants, Seal Estate AgenJ?, Cus
tom Houso and Monoy Brokers.
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE ATTENDED TO.
Lcasoi, Contracts, and all kinds of Con.
vcyjiielng. Tunic-men's Hooks wilt.
ten up, Rent and Accounts col.
lcctod, ltet'iins prompt.
CHAItGES STMCTLY MODERATE.
Oiler tho fol i wing:
To ftonl. 'I lire e Iliiuac on Llllhn Street.
Rooms to llcnl. l'oui- very limul-omclv
fuinl-Uit h'oiiih in largo home; well
sltiiiitcd on iNuuauit Avenue. Rent
SK) a mouth inch.
To Lot. Tao house and grounds shunt-d
In Nuu.uiu Avenue, iceeiiilv occupied
by A.J. Innwrliihi-, Jr, Etq.
Olllco to Lot With Window, if icmilrol,
in Campbell Block, Mcichuni sired.
To Lot. A (i.roomed Ci ttage, with Oar.
liiige House mill Out liou.-e-, Nuiiiinu
Avenue, near (jnvciiim;i)t roervolr,
iibiivo 1-ite Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with nhout a acres of laud 2.f
mile, fiom town. Rent 10pcrmnnili
To Lot. A fi.ioumcil Cottage, with kitchen
attached; upper eml of NuuiiMi
Ave me, iippo 1m "Valley llomu," In
excellent older. Kent itUr-.
To Lot. Two Cottages, siiuatcd In the
Ulilne.-c I. Iiuicli prcmbo.
Houso and Lol lor Salo. Very desirable
residence on Heretniila Strcei. Tho
h ui e lunula 4 Bedroom, lnlor,
I'lnliiK.room, I'.mtiy, Kiiehen nml
Ba h (Kim. Mov(iilto proof. House
mw a-.d well built.
Lot '()() by 100 feet with Tirivl!ee.o of
buyliiir next lot. Will lie sold thenp.
Fos Sato or Rent A charming residence
on Kiiiau street, containing - bed.
roi ms, parlor, dining room, kiloliiu
bath, Ac. Garden t out nnd back;
(an lace liouie, stulles iiiid servant's
qua tela detuehed.
For Salo or Lcaso -Willi innucllate pos
m'r Ion, thai valuable c-.iiii known as
Uio NUUANU VALLEY 1UNCII,
siluaiiil in the Nuuiuu Valley.'
miles from tiie city, and undoubtedly
iliu mou cllj-lbto site for n milk or
milk nt d butter ilmr, in this Kingdom
Lcaso for Salo The lcaie t.f ropertv,
No. Ill Piiuclib iwl street, havleg 17
uio 'ths to i tin, nt iflOpur moiitli, ta for
sale cheap The houso cunt ibis flvii
rooms. There is a tpaclous yard, cai
iliigc bousu nnd stntdes.
For Lcaso Uio rcidinr.o and p.-iiiurc
lands at Pauo.i A'alliy, occupied by
Mrs Long. A i-plciidlu propeity.
For Salo. 1 Open SlduBir Buggy, cheap.
For Salo Cheap. 1 Square Piano, 7 Oi;.
tavc, in g)od order.
1 Upright Piano, 7j C'o'nvcs, in good
Wanted Hi" pco'a' In youth to assist in n
bu-ini'-s isUbliHliineut in llei city,
and m kt- himself generally u-efu'l;
would rllo with Ihefimlly; wage,
with bond nud li!d;!'iii', $1.", a mouth
Wanlcd. A rehpect b'e Eiiglbb or Gir
limn Gill to uchist in n small fiimlly
Wanted " aionipc'ent Eneinee , iold
ing litsi.cli-s c rlillrnle-, and liighlv
reci miuciidid, situation at sea ur oil
Wanlcd to Rent. A Cottuce, ronlninlnu;
luiirnr live room". MnsHw in good
lniaity, ml wiihin Mi or fifteen
ni'iiuies' walk of Post Ofllce.
Wanted. A .bit aiicseNiiise.
Situation Wanlcd By a capable man,
tlioio ghy under-taml.4 the cine of
1 o mi. Unod driver, If tequiied;
miirrlid; wl e j;ocd housikcojier r.nd
Situation Wanlcd By a stiady man, us
cyaeiitniiii, iirelmrgo of --tallies; high
ly iioommendiil. Well acquainted
Silualion Wanlcd By vteiuly ninn; mat.
ricd. I nder-vtanils the e'aiv of stork;
Oood driver. Uile gad scnnulre.
Situation Wanlcd Bv an ix.eriencid
hirne-i'.iuiiUei ; no' puliculur us to
deployment; wiun not hi much an
objtc a a piTmai ent pcslilon.
Situation Wanted By an ixpuiienrul
Ai-coiinlant and 'I'ook.kici or, from
ill j Const.
A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Market.
S. J. F1SHEL
The Leading; Millinery Houso.
We have this day iecoied by theS. S.
Australia, tho 11net line of
ever shown in this el'y. They nro
all Coloiii and iheyery
A Complete lino of
lu White ami Hindi. AH
the Lnto-t Ninejties in
Wings and Hat Trimmings !
which will bo on Exhibition on
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
Tho Leading Millinsry House.
coit. tout A: ihhi:l NTS.
Arnvea at lai
Hell Telephone 34W. . . Uox llff.
REAL ESTATE BROKEH,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
JJiioltH wilt (en up, AeeniiiitH unit
Emptoyiiicni and r-hlpplnc Aocncy.
L'tlior Conti.ut Blankf. nnd Hoonue
Htmnpi Mlwnys on bund. Copying nt.d
tran-iatlng in all langmigcs iisid lu this
hliigilom. Oidin from tho oilier Is
lnnds will receive piompt attention.
Wanted-Sltuallon. By an old usldenfc
who U fr.mil.ur with Uio ILiwhIIiui
1 fgiiitfe. AIbo, uuder.iiirds plmtn.
tloi. work, Will keip bunks mil at.
lei it to t l.o gi'iicml i e nils of but-iness.
Einployiiicui in thoil y ielu-.iil
Vanlod Situations. Hy three llr.t.elnts
IkoU.keipeiTv mil nilliemen wlincau
give tho best uf r.doiencis. Will not
object to employment lu theb' capacity--on
Wanlcd Silualion. As a Luna on a plan,
talimrby a intin who hm hud fuvcrnl
ycais experience In thU country In
Wanlcd. A Cottngu wl'liln live mlniiles
walk of the lo-t Offlee, sultnblv np.
pointed for tho aecoiumodntlon of ii
Wanlcd Employment bv competent
tie dy, boftlc s who will mnko them
fitlvi'Mifcful In tiiklng care of di or
jnrdsn ii gnrdci, and in othe.- lhht
work riquiiid by piivaio family. .
Wanted. A Situation ly a competent
practical Engineer, who has Intel miny
yoirs expellee.-, and can give tho
bet of lefoieiins. Employment on n.
plantiitlou i l'l'ferred.
Wantod Employment bv n n8!.eln?s
ciirptnter, who would bo glnd to take
a situation on n plnnt'itimi, or In a
rrivaio fiimlly, win to he-could mnko
himself gcneiully mci'ul in keeping
building-., feme-, &c, in rcp.ilr, lk
Ing cum ef hoi'ecs, u door yard, or ifar
Also, by a first-clnss Ilorscsliopr; would
like n Job on a plauluilon where ho
could do geueinl repair work.
For Loaso Colt lgc sultnhle for a small
f'inilly, C voonii-5 kitelien attnehed.
Sinble accummodatliiiis If du.-ireil. A
beautiful location about three miles
up tho valley road.
For Lease Cottage sui'ablo for unnll
family, -l room- nnd onu altached
with !2 room". Carringo slicd. About
'ii miles up the alloy iond.
These collages nllord rare npportunl
tics n Invalids mid iiiln n who deire to
enjoy the benetlt of the pnro mountain
nir mid clim.ito of Niiumiu Vidlev, atu
moderate elevallou; and, lu fuel, would
provo uperfic. tmiitniiuin within easy
rcncli ol the busiiic-s part of town.
For Lease 40 Acres of I.uml,2J$ miles
from iMossinnu's corner 15 acres of
which is Miitnhlo for cither Rice or
Taio, and has bicn tinder cultivation
for the hut 5 years. All buildings
necessary for a tirst-eins? llltlo raiidi
now on tin- premise .
For Sale 2 n-ie or Choice Tn.ro Land,
fbuiite noir llio Insane AsUuin.
Valuablo Properties lor Salo. 2 Acres of
Land, sjib mildly shunted in Mnkikl
1 Acre in Mukikl, on Beietanla street,
line building ito.
Acres with 4-n-oni Collage, on Llliha
hticel, A line tlimicc.
Full particulars given upon npplica.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith &
Ihlsfino voung trotling 1 red stallion
will fa d ih. conihiir i-e .son nt Dnld'rt
SliiMes, Kaplol.tui Park, to a limited
n n :n bit-of mares
TeruiN, &U0.00 Scanon.
APl'OS CHIEF, bay stfilliou, by
bp.c.lalloiii he by Hysdyk'n llauible.
ii ninn, mil of Muiihi Watdiingmu, by
Biirr's Wi.hhing'on; her dam hy Abdil.
hill. 1st dam by Lady l..nl, hy Skagg's
Kittler; her ililiii by Glencoe. Tho
above stallion wiis rai-ed by bir Claus
..'Ju'tln'Ttrtlnularii cmpilro nt tho
FASHION tVIABI.E.-S or ol F. HUB
T CK, at Ilustiice ii Robertson' ofllce.
Quecu Street. 70 m '
Young Venture, Jr.
Till- flue young trotllng-brrd stallion,
4 ye irs old, will tlnnil for the coming
s-i-on at tho corner of QUEEN ifa
Terms, tfgfi the Nciinoii.
YOUNG VENTURE Is a Mack stnl.
lion, bred by Mr. Horner, of Maul; his
dam war, u lino mure, half P.ilchen and
hulf Bhiek Morgan; lie is Mud, gentle
nnd tijlish; no fniilia whatever, and
oneof iliu ebibesl bred stallions in the
Kingdom, which shows slaying power
and vliality. ?
In e-a-ii any mare s'lould fail to havo
a foa by him, hUservhis will bo i?n.
dored nest hi u .on free of charge,
For further pinicuhirs enquire of
H lm CAl'T. CLUNEY.
.TOHN A. SPEAR having thin day
f bought out Iliu I'utiiu interest of
OlIAm.its II. I'FEIl-FER. In the Into
llrm of tpenr and i'feltler, begs to notl.
Iv liU former ciibtomers and (he public
lliit ho Is tho nle owner of mid hmU
lli'HJ, and will n, p til. l.inluer of
said latu flim, tollcltiug lor hlnelf iho
riitioiiiijiu beietctoie ik corded s.dd llrm.
All debt and elnltiiH ngidnH the Fiild
Into firm ol Spear & l'felller will ho
paid by tliu utiderslgniil.
t . i. ... J'WNA.Sl'EAH.
Dated March 4th, J8s7. 77 lm
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