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WEDNESDAY. MAIL 23. 1887.
ENCROACHING UPON OTHERS'
People in carriages, public and
private, have rights, and so have
people on foot. And as the stronger
is always liable to infringe upon the
rights of the weaker, ami as those
seated in a carriage behind a horse
have the decided advantage of those
who locomote by means of their owu
natural pedal appendages, the former
are not merely liable to overstep
their proper limits, but often do
actually encroach upon the just and
reasonable rights of the former. No
argumentation nor citation of specific
cases is needed to make this propo
sition clear to the people of Hono
lulu. There is not a pedestrian in
the city who cannot testify to having
been nearly run over some time or
by a carriage. And everyone who
is regularly in the habit of walking
through our streets knows how
watchful he or she has to bo to avoid
being knocked down, and probably
injured or killed, by some reckless
driver. A wide street is no guaran
tee whatever against the danger. The
carriage will often follow right in the
track of tho pedestrian, when there
is abundance of space to pass on
one side, and tho poor fellow who
trusts to his legs, has to movo them
pretty actively to save his neck. It
often occurs also when the streets
arc sloppy, that tho carriago will
pass the person on foot as closely as
possible and at a pace that is bound
to spatter him with mud. These nre
distinct encroachments upon the
rights of pedestrians, which con
siderate people would never inten
tionally commit. But the fact of
their being constant occurrences,
snows that many people who own or
drive carriages have not much con
sideration for the rights of others.
The neighborhood of the Hawaiian
Opera House, however, on the night
of a public entertainment, is about
the best place to see an exemplifica
tion of our proposition. Many
who go there neither own a car
riago nor hire one ; but those who
do go in carriages are exalted too
high above the others to sco them,
and although the people on foot may
cover the open space in front of tho
door, tho carriages come dashing
right up to tho steps, regardless of
everybody in the way, and tho
pedestrians have to scatter with all
upeed, to save themselves. And
then, when the play is over, tho
saino people find it too much to walk
across tho street, but must Jmvo
their carriages crowd right tip to the
steps again, monopolizing tho entire
space, and encroaching upon tho
rights of those who are trying to get
to their homes on foot, Really, it
is a pity that tho world is so largely
luado up of peoplo who are so sel
fish that they have no consideration
for auybody except themselves.
Those of the human family whose
training or inherent senso of com
mon right does not lead them spon
taneously to respect the rights of
others in matters of the nature re
ferred to, should be taught nud com
pelled to do so by stringent regula
tions, vigorously enforced by the
strong arm of government.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO.'S
A meeting of the stockholders of
the Mutual Telephone Company, to
take place at 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning, at the company's ofllce,
has been advertised for the past
eight or ten days. The directors
hnvo endeavored to apprise every
stockholder of tho fact of thc meet
ing, with the view of interesting
everyone to the extent of cither
attending in person or by proxy.
This is particularly desired, because
it is intended to introduce for the
consideration of tho stockholders
matters of special importance, the
substauco of which is embraced in
the following paragraphs, within
"The maximum charge for tele
phone instruments in Honolulu shall
be $1 per mouth for mercantile and
other ofllccs, and $3 per month for
private houses. This rate is hereby
established for the term of three
years, and shall not be increased
after that time unless it bo by a
vote of three-fourths of all tho
"The Board of Directors shall
have tho right and authority at any
time to decrease this rale.
"At the division of the net in
come of the company twelve per
cent per annum shall be paid to
stockholders on the amount of their
stock and then dividends shall be
declared by the Board of Directors
to instruments of the company in
use, provided, always, that to en
title the holder of such instrument
or instruments to receive such divi
dend he must be the owner of at
least two shares of stock."
There is no desire on the part of
anyone to force the foregoing pro
positions on the company, and they
arc here published for the purpose
of familiarising stockholders with
them beforehand, so that they may
carefully consider them and attend
the meeting with definite and
digested views. It will bo for them
to accept, amend, or reject.
SCIENTISTS MAY ERR.
Learned scientists, as well as com
mon people who make no claim to
such distinction, sometimes formu
late erroneous theories and draw
hasty conclusions from insufficient
data. There is this difference, how
ever, that while the conclusions of
ordinary individuals arc confined to
their own narrow circles, and pass
for nothing even there, tho state
ments of scientists are usually cir
culated far and wide, and received
witli great respect and implicit faith
by the common people. A brief ex
tract from tho Sprintfield Republi
can of March the 4th illustrates the
proposition with which we started.
Our readers all know that our recent
lava How was not attended by any
great upshot of volcanic matter to a
high altitude above the Manna Loa
crater summit, but was simply a
boiling over of the molten lava,
which ran in a steady steam until it
emptied into the sea. They also
know that mud formed no part of
tho matter emitted. Following is
the extract referred to:
Cincinnati had a shower of pellet
shaped ashes and mud, February
24th, and Prof. Curtis, a micro
scopist of that city, thinks tho
pellets arc bits of mud from Mnuna
Loa, the Sandwich Island volcano
now active. Nothing of tho kind is
ever known to have been seen in
this country beforo, and tho Profes
sor in a detailed statement gives
strong reasons for his theory. The
distance of MauuaLoa is 4,200 miles
in a straight line. Springfield He
publican, March 1th.
THE SUNDAY LAW IN NEW ORLEANS.
New Orleans, Feb. 14. Yester
day, for the first time in the history
of New Orleans, every placo of
business, stores and liquor saloon,
in tho city, everything except tho
theatres and the restaurants, was
closed, under the provisions of tho
Sunday law. It was a day of rest
nnd gloom. Some of the defects of
tho Jaw have now become patent.
Under tho law restaurants aro al
lowed to remain open nud to sell
wine. Tho concert saloons and
similar slums all took out restaurant
licenses on Saturday, and lunches
were sold there at tho ordinary price
of a drink. thn lunch nnncdBtiiiir nf n
slice of brend, a piece of ham, and I
a small bottle of wine. Several of '
the club houses established barber
shops and ran their barroom on a
uig scaio yesicruay. alayor UuII
lotto gave notico to-day that ho
would closo up theso club bars dur-
ing tho week. Tho best way to get
rid of an obnoxious law ho declared
was by a strict enforcement of its
provisions. Tho saloon men have
resolved to apply to tho Civil Dis
trict Court for an injunction to close
the gas and electric light companies
and tho slaughter houses on Sunday.
Through some error the Sunday law
failed to except these companies
from its operation, nud they will
therefore have to elo3c. The law
was evidently hastily framed, and
its inequalities are becoming only
more patent. Wine can be sold on
Sunday, but not beer; cigars, but
not tobacco, and the sale of oysters,
fruit, nnd other perishable foods is
prohibited. N. Y. Sun.
The terror of being thought poor
has been tho ruin of thousands.
The Beaver Cigar Dim!
H. S. NOLEB
Has just received n largo and varied as
Cigars and Cigarettes
of the flti"st quality. Somo of the
brands being cn'ireL new in this King
dom. Together, with a lino selection of
Mocrschaum, Briar, Myall, Porce
lain and other Pipos.
Tobacco I'oucIicm, Illicit JIoxc, CI-
jjnr itnc Cigarette) Holder of
new nml clcnnnt JohI;;iin.
CALL AND LOOK AT THE GOODS!
Billiard Tables for Sale!
1 Cnrom Tnblc; sl.o, 4Jfx9;
1 Tool Tabic; size, Jx'.
Both new and of lliu best make. In
qulioof J. P. HOWEN,
01 lw Keysiono Saloon, lorl St.
Satnrflay Evbdiuit, Mar. 26
Shine on W. Q Armstrong
Renutiful Girl of Kililarc...John bright
M'Carlhy's Fancy Hall (by rqiie-t)....
Y. II. Hongs
When I lay di olo head low
K. F. Iiishnp
Tho Harvest Home II. W. Mnr.-u
I'll bo Dar If. von Holt
I'll take you home, Kathleen (by re
quest) T. M. Dcwsctt
Finale... 'I'lu1 i-klds.. hv special request
with a squad of the following piikeel
men Mcbmh Macfiiibine, Armstrong
Hros, ilishoi, Von Holt nnd Morse.
( C. Mncfiirlnno
"I ...AY. G AriiMroncr
Binjo Solo... I. Appleby
Character Soni; W. II. llonzs
Grand Sontntlunil J.ipiuoo IJainhein
Polo Ac , with new tricks B. Low
and V. I!. Armstrong.
To conclude with the side-Fplittlns: farce
fcr,IPJ?J3LfcY DAY :
Now diameters by tho Company
Box Plan open at J. K. Brown & Ca's.
A WOMAN TO DO PLAIN SEW
iug. Apply tn MRS. JACKSON,
nl Reformatory School. lOtf
A FIRST-CLASS BOOK-KEEPER,
who can ftirnkh unexceptional
retcrenuu from former employers, may
llnd work for a few hours dally by ad
dressing BOOKKEEPER , Box 01, 1
O., Mining age, uxparienco and lufor.
ences. None other noticed. 00 Jit
A YOUNG LADY OR GENTLEMAN
who is a neat and iiccurntu wil'or,
can obtain r.ccitMnniil work a" borne, or
in tin nfllcc, by iiddrosing ' COPYIST,"
Box !1j1, 10 , ttnling iinino and address.
A LADY OR GENTLEMAN DE5IR.
ing nciivo employment nn tecum
tho agency for some lilentiy w irks of a
high order of merit, beautifully illus.
tratcd and having a largo halo abroad,
$5 00 to if 10 00 per day can bo mndo
canvassing for theso bonlu. Address.
"BOOK AGENCY," P. O. Box JIM,
Honolulu, II. I. DO lit
BY A. JAPANESE COOK AND HIS
wire. '1 hey both iiiidorlnml gene,
ral house work. Tho man is willing to
miiko himself useful, nud the woman
will wash. Iron, anil t'iko caio of children,
Apply at THIS OFFICE. 80 lw
JOHN A. SPEAR having this day
bought out tint entiro interest of
CHARLES II. PFElFFKR, In tho Into
linn of Spear and l'fultfur, begs to notl.
fvhis former customer mid tho public
tint ho Is iho solo owner of gild limb
nos, and will csrry n the business of
said Into firm, soliciting for hiimolf iho
intropago licrtldoic iu corded silil firm.
All ditbl nud claims ngi Inst tho tnld
Into 11 rm ot Spear ft l'filller will bo
paid by the undersigned.
JOHN A. SPEAR.
Dntcd Jltuoh 4lh, 137. 771m
giTMHtoi ii i
Wo have received n fresh l'no cf
Crosse & Blaokwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods
Direct from England ex UrltUh bark Glengiber, comprising In part:
Bottles Mixed Pickles,
' Cham Cham,
" White Onions,
" 1 ccivod West India Ginger,
" Spanish Olives,
Haudsomo Vases R y.il Table Smcc,
" " J.ifiu Bull Siuco,
Bottles Walnut Cat up,
" Grcennngis In Syrup,
" Red Currants In Syiup,
" Candled Or.ingo I'eel,
" " Oitron Pee),
" Pudding Raisins,
Mb tins .Ionian Almonds,
" Filed Eds.
J.lb tins Fresh Cod Roes,
1 quart Bo. ties Snltid Herrings,
E irtheu J irj Anchovy Paste,
Bottles Cayenne Pepper,
Bottles White nnd Black Pcpi'M"
" Zante Currnnts,
7.1b tins Scotchmen),
Jars Table Suit,
2.1b tins Green Pea Soup,
" Julienne fcoup,
" M ids Turtle boup,
" Oxtail Soup,
' Giblet Simp,
" Mulhifcutawny Soup,
Uottlcs India Curry Powder,
Tins Madras "
1 & 2-lb tins Jams nnd Jellies, nsjnrted,
Palo, of all kinds,
Mb tiu Carraway Sccd,
Bottles Tomato Conserve,
Truffled Pate do fid G iw,
Tins Whole Roast Grouse,
" Sago and Onion,
" II ilfoids English Curt ted Fowl,
" hnglish Asparagus,
Mb tius Mluco Meat,
2 lb tin Spiced Beef.
Bottles Capeis, 2 unci 4 oz ,
Mb tins Carrots,
" Boiled Mutton,
" Mewed Kidneys,
Cocoa nud Milk,
Sjmlngton's Pea Flour,
Epps 2 to J.Ri Packages Cocoa,
Oiltloy Knlio Polish,
1 lb tins Fluke Tapioca,
Coleman's Musiatd in tins and bottles,
Day & Martin's Shoo Paste,
Also jii&t received ex S. S. Australia nnd Brlgautino Consuelo, n complete lino of
SXAJPJL.12 A.PSI ITA.NCY GROCERIES!,
All which ie offer nt reasonable p lee.
HntlHfucllon Claurnntccil, unit dloodis ilpllvcrcil to all parts or Honolulu.
FRESH ICE HOUSE GOODS in Season, received by each Irlp cf the
O. S. S. Co.'s Steamers by
FOK LEASE OR SALE.
THE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
kiltl, at ii'cscnt nrcupied by G. D.
Freetli. Apidy at fllle ot
FREETH & PEACOCK,
12 tf 23 Nuuanu sirect.
COTTAGE TO LET.
.A COTTAGE ON BERE
lanii Street, ndjoinlnir the
resldenco of Mrs. Morrnn.
Cotliigi! cnntnlns !i rooms with Mtchen,
Etc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS & CO.
rnilE well known OIrt Coiner
JL I'l'finiMCM. Apply at the BEA
VER SALOON -7 tf
A PLEASANT FRONT ItOOM,
l newly furnished, at 195 Nuiiauu
Avenue, by tho week or month.
CO 4w MRS. W. G. NEEDHAM.
THE STORE LATELY' OCCUPIED
by THOS. MOSSMAN, corner of
Klnc and Nuunnu street, i to let Ap
ply to Messrs. ALLEN & ROBINSON.
ONE TRAM CAR AND 200 FEET
of T Kails, six pounds to the (ool,
wl h bolts and fish-plates complete.
Suitable for Warehouse or Plantation.
Apply to HOLLISTER & CO.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT. corner Pensacola
and Lunnlilo t'ts., which ran bo
divided Into two or moro building IoIb.
Enquire of G. WEST,
Si Of West, Dow & Co.
For Sale or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
Punahou Street called "Kutmnllo.
hin," tho property of O. II. Judd, uro for
sale or for lease for a term of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OAimVllIGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 1!1, 1M-Q. U08
Y. M. C. W. A. (Limited).
npiIE UNION READING PARLORS
X having just I oun decorated by iho
well. known urtlM, F. Rupprcohi, we
Mould most icspcctfully invite all tho
members to attend tho usual met tings.
Foreign and local pnpers in piofution,
Thoro will bo n lecture to young men,
on true temperance, three lime 8 a week,
by one of tho managers, lo bo fi llowed
by a luscious lunch. The members are
uqui'Stcd to leave their lelatlvcs nt
homo. E. S. O. & J. A. K.
83 I w Managers
Ofllco in Oainpboll'a Bloc!.-, Coi. Foil &
Merchant St-., Honolulu, II. 1.
CUT When desltid, will give tlm law In
n written opinion, as to tho prohiblo re
sult of tho contention upon tho facts
i tlCwrmml2imLUi " i Wftrfrt i rnJfr
1 O; Box 21)7.
4y- ag. 2
Bo'tles Skinner's Mnng) Kelhh,
" long Rid Chillies,
,l Mavon nnlsu Sutee,
' Ciilfsfoo' Jelly,
" French Ouvm,
Hands jiuu Viso Olibn Siy,
" " Hobo Sauce,
Bottles M'i'li oom Crimp,
" P.'iirs " "
" Ularl; Currants In Svrtip,
" O nulled Lemon Peel,
" Crystnlliz d Frulti,
" Turkey VU;
Lib tin" Oiirrlul U.bmr,
" Sowed Eil,
Einthi'ii J.u I'lo.'iti-r P.iitr,
Uiniill Jars Capt. While's Mullngntawny
Bottle- Ground Sptce,
Pint Bottles Matt Vinegnr,
21bB ttloFicnch Prunis,
Pint Bin 1j Mo itscrrnt Lime Juice,
2.1b tin Gnvy Su ,
" Cio sy Ki tip,
" Hiiro Snip.
" Ox Ciiouk S ui,
" Ilntchi o;i It Soup,
" Vanl-iiu Snup,
Tin Ox'ord S i-inge,
Bottle Pickled Red Cabbage,
Collared Ox Tonirues.
Jloit'c but & IVirln's Genuine Worccs.
Bottles B imnl bib Chutney,
" V .neb Tinlllis,
Tins Whole Hoist Pnr.ridgo,
" " " Pheiitnuki,
" Preserved Mtllirnums,
" Hcof Marmw Put,
,.lb tins Avn wronl,
Tins Real Yarmouth Hlonteis,
" Fiench Muhiooms,
Philllpe & Ciuiaud's Petit Pols,
lib tins Par.nip, 1 Hi tins Tor; ips,
" Fio-h I'rlpe,
' Ahimndo Beef,
' Boiled Muttm,
" lli-ric l Mutton,
" Calf bend, ditto Roust Mutton,
Bo 1 d Beef i " Boiled '
Cocoa and milk, Chocolate nud Milk,
lis-viirc Coll'o. , l'a in' Gloats,
Van Houlon's Cocoa, J.f & Jj.tb tins,
3Li tte y lb tins Cooimtimi,
Mb tins PeiilSimn,
" Goiind lllee,
" Oinibiidge SiusaO',
Day & Martin's Liquid Shoe Blacking,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
By onlrr or MR. O. DUVAL, wo will
sell at Public Auction,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our Fnb'sronin, Quoin Rirect, that
desuable prcinisis on
at present oociipicd as n rci-idcuco by
Tho Lot has a fnuiingo of 1 10 feet on
Lunnlilo ftrcet, and a Hi pth of loll feet
nnd i-i well covered with gias. Water
laid on throuuhoui the premhej.
There is un tho promi'i'",
A 2-Story Dwelling Honse
Well nnd subtimla ly built, with Bay
Window f ontlng the htreet.
Tho house coutalus a spacious Parlor,
Dining Room and licdroom on thu
lower lloor. Also, Largo Kitchen, Pan
try and ilath Room. On the upper lloor
aio it Reelrooms, each furnished with
Clothes Closets. There i also a large
Carriago Houso and Slablo on tho Lot
This is ono of tho most desirable resi
lience offered for sale. Tho ground
having n uaturnl slo o ensures perfect
Drainage, ami commands an excellent
view from Diamond Head to thu Wal
imao Mount ilus.
C2?"Partles wishing lo Inspect tho
premises can do so by application to the
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
73 til Auctioneers
$60,000 TO LOAN !
fPIlE undcrsigni d have Sixty Thous.
JL tin 1 Dollai to loin, In sums of not
less than ono thnutnnd dollars upon
S.YilTU.'THUIiM'ON & ICIVNEY,
tt'.lt (10 Fort Staet, Honolulu.
"JVI ISS CLARKE, who has hud m-iny
LTX j ems eMiurii'iu u III Dnm & Clonk
M khur. hns OPENED A ORESSMAK.
ING ESTABLISHMENT ut 101 Alukca
MRS. RODANET, iho well-known
ilieisiiiiikLi-, lec-ntly returned
from Purls, luii her dross-mnliing ioi.iih
billion Emma sneid, above tho square.
jJ-X. Tho SCHOONER JOSEP1I
sbt LNEIsii'iv In tlt.elass or.
'&pi&2 ll"r H,,t' w11 m,Uo two
-Viiu.Cfc trips n week to Kwn, under
Cnptiiiu Co d; Lnnying fro'gltt and pas.
siiigeis. P.ut os w shlag lo miiko
to Pearl River, Coco HomI, ami other
nans of Oahu muy chiuter Iho schooner
by applying to OAVT. COOK.
Bell Tel. I'iQ.
Mutual Tol. 872
V. 0. 13 nx 107.
I LaB SViil GU B &7 UVII
C.impboll Bloc!:, Merchant St.,
Ital Estate Aleuts, Etc.,
Ofl'er the f , 1 iWiinr:
Wanlcil lo Piirchaso or Loaso.-A Coltigr,
C or 0 looms, in si me health, loc.i'l .
nlihiu easy dlMamo of t vn. Nei r
Emma Street preferred.
To Rent. A Oottnge o i Llllhn St., with
r b'llce.ny up sini x, 4 immiu.
To Ront-A ('-room Ctilinge, corner IJIII a
in,d Sihool ht-.l In evuilitnt oiilir;
good 1 callty; Rent gi-'O moi.th.
To Rcnt-Smill Coting.- on Llllhn strjit,
in in Mhout A; 1 u :;l'j.
Rooms lo-flonl. lour very hntul oinely
l'lunldiid iDdln- in large homo; well
Mlu. iled ml JS uiitiiiii Avenue. Htut
$10 n luiitilh eiich.
To Lot. Too houso and grounds si In air el
In Nuuanu AVcniio, icceii.ly ucciiplcel
by A.J. I afwil-h', Jr, Ltq.
To Lot. A fi.rooined C tinge, with Our.
ilige Hoi.su un. I Ol.t lioii-, Nuuiitiu
Avenue, nctr Ijovciiimsut re-ervolr,
nhiivu litj Quern Domiger Euimn's
plnco, with i.bout 2 acres of laud 2jL
milci from town. Rent $IGpcrmonth
To Lol. A CioomeilCctlnge, with kitchen
utliiebi'il; upper end ut Nuunnu
Aieiiie, oppo-liu "Valley Homo," in
exclleiil older, l'n.h nnd water con.
ci 1 n i'i. Rent SI".
To Let. Sho, wb tlnw with -pico behind,
in ii,. ci'n ( cc ! led ly J. !;. j mwii i'
Co. Suli-ililo l.r JiWelei's rlup or
NiitnryV olllio. Rent icy mode. ate.
Houso and Lot lor Sale Wry desirable
iesldeiii'0 on Heicl. nla Street. Tho
h ui'o contiiliis 4 IkdrnoiiH, Parlor.
" linlnii.room, Panti., Ivilehcn nud
Un h oom Mo-iiilto pioot. Ilrtue
mw a nl well built.
Lot 00 by ino feet with rrlvlleiro rf
Imyliii! next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Salo or Rent A charming ri'sldcmc
on Klnau street, containing 1! bed-
kii in-, im lo;, dining loom, kllchi n
bntli, Ac. Uarden 1 out nnd biek;
emriago house, statics and servant's
qua turs detiiclied.
Lcaso lor Salo Tho kaiu cf jropcrtv,
No, 111 P molih wl street, havlnir 17
mo ihs 10 inn. nt r10 p r month, it, for
S'llocbu p Tiiu hoi. s i cunt 1 is live
rooms. '1 here is a p icloiu yard, car
riage bouse mi'l i-in les.
For Sale or Lcaso With iinmodiato pos
ti". ion, tlia viilua lo c-liil-j kumui as
the M'UANU VM.l.EY RaNCII.
sitiiahd in the Niiua u "Valley. 'iy.
miles lium the el , ai.d iiuiloi.btedly
thu ino-i elllbiu'hlio for u milk or
in '1U m el but ei (lain In thisluuadum
'Ihin oveplci(lil pi o, oil' maybe
hi.d on easy teims.
For Loaso ho roldinei and j :i'uro
lands it I'm oi Valby, occi pied by
21i Long. Aplcmliil propeity.
Vanlcd to Real. A Collage, mntuining
lour or lliu rooin-. Mis bu in good
lorn ity, ml wliliiu lm or lifieen
iii'iuitoi' wu.k of P'ist Ofllec.
ForSato 1 Open Ski B r Hugy, cheap.
For Salo Choap. 1 Suuura Piano, 7 Oes
tuvc't, in guo I i rder.
1 Upright 1 iaiio, IJa (1c nves, in good
Wanted, A us octal le womnn o assist
tit sowing in u rlvnte family
WanWd R po" a 1 oiith to tisist in n
mi iiii'.-s st ibllHhiueiii in tin city,
nnd in k- hlimolt generally u-ofu'l;
would r ,1 e with the fiiuily; wnge-,
wlih bo nil si id Udiiin.', $.1 n muiitli
Wanted, A tcfpcct lie EuglMi or Ger
mini Qiil lo a-i-is in n small li.mlly
Wanted y a e ompo cut Enj.lni'0 , i.old
ii.g llis'.cla s criillrntc-, nnd hlghl
red mincudtd, situation at sea or on
Situation Wanlcd By n (arable man,
tuoio gh y iiudi r-tands tho caio of
l.oi-e3, (i io.I driV.T, If leipiircd;
mtirrhd; wl o jsotd Imusi keeper t-nd
Silu&t'.on Wanlcd Ily n stiady man, as
c acliiniiii, or cliargo of tajles; high
ly iienmmcurii.il. oil uciptaiuied
wl h ehy
Situation Wanlcd By si"iuly mnn; nun.
lii'd. I uiRrstan Is thu I'aro ol stnekj
Good driver. Wife gnd soinistrc-.
Situation Wtnlcd B)- an iicrknced
h rno-.--innl;i:i ; not )iitieular ns to
i'i' p'liyinciil; w.u not tn mueli an
edijtc. ai a pernia- ent pcsulou.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
J8 Merchant Street.
GHAS. J. FISHEL,
Tho Leading Millinery Houso.
Wo have this clay icccixtrt by thoS S.
AusumIIii, thu lln-t lint of
ever shown In th's cl y. They nro
all Co o's and itic very
A Complete lino of
Jit White tunl HItulc. All
the Lit t Novelties in
"Wings and Hat Trimmings !
which will boon Exhibition on
The Leading Millin-jy Hou.o.
C'iHt. B'OHT & IKTS:ii MT.S.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advertise in tho Daily Bulluti.v,
Hmmii immiiim.'m Wf nmlamim j'rt mm
-y-- . . : JW
M rtiiMillfc. ' I
Hull Telenlione .TIN. 1'. U. Itox 418.
CHAS. T. GULIGK,
REAL ESTATE BSOKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
JSuoKa wiltleii up, Aei'oiuiln anit
Employment nnel Milpjdng Agency.
Labor Cryitract blnnk nrd Rcvcmio
Stumps iilwtiys on hand! Copying nnd
trntisiatlr g In all langnngOH iim'i! In this
Kingdom. Otdir from tho oilier Is.
lands will recelo prompt ntie.itlon.
Wanltd-A Situation Uy a Sugir Roller
nf live etr-s' i'.p rlenre in lids coiil- "
try. Lot uf tour, nets il riquiuil.
Wanlcd-Sllua'.lon. Dy nn old n sklent
who is Inin 1 nr with lliu Iliwullnn
1 t giiage. .eo, iiniln tm els pl.i.t.t.
turn work. Will l.eep l.ooki nnd nt.
ti'tel to the gcncrnLilcinllsof luirlncss.
iEmploynieni in tho e I y i rcfi mil.
Wanlod Situations. By three llrt.el?s
lliole-keipjrs aid t like men who enn
give iho liest of l-i'lcieiicis. Will not
objretlo employment in their cajiaully
Wanlod Situation. As a I.una on a plan
tation by a in an who has had teveral
yea's experience in litis country In
Wanted Employment by competent
sic ely, bottle s who will mnl.o lliein
silvet. utefiil in Inking c.iro of dtor
iildsn el irnrdetii, nniVin other light
wirk ricpt ud In niv.iiu lum.ly.
Wanlcd. A Situation "'.y n coinpctont
practlcil Engineer, who has hud niiny
Vcjra oxpui loici-, nnd can givo the
be-t of tefei ences. Employment on n
plantation jr foricd.
Wantod- Employment by a fl'e'.clnfs
cnrpeiitcr, who would bo glndlo Inku
n Bitiiiuiou on n (limit iti.iii, or inn
I r.vate family, win le he eould mnko
himself geniiully useful In kerting
build lrg, feiiee, &o., In repair, tak
ing oni'tj tf holies, a eloor yurd, or gar
Also, by a first-class Horseshoer; would
like a jub on a plinlntlon wheio ho
could do gcneinl repair wtrie.
To Lcl--OnuCoilngo sulln'ilofor n small
muni, unveoiiuciy locateu williln
14 n mile of tho Post Olllcc.
To Let One Cottigo mar the above,
iiuiitl. litel. la'gu yn d nnd binb'o
iiccomtnoi-atloiis f ir buviral horses.
Wanted. A CoHngc v i'hln five lnlnntoi'
wnlk of tin Post Ofll e, Mil alily np.
polnltil I r the f.ueouimodLtion of a
sn all family.
For Lease Colt igc siitnhlo frr a small
f mil. 0 Mollis i kltuhfii iittiiolitd.
Sitiblo in n iniiindiiiliiiis if de-drcd. A
be.iuiifiil Incallon abiui three miles
up tho valley road.
For Lease. Callage sui'ablo for small
f.iiuilv, 1 loom-; nnd one attached
with room-. Can luge shed. About
l!J. miles up the alloy loud.
Theso collages nlTiuil rare opporluni
lbs to Inv.iliiU nnd others who elcMrc to
enjoy iho bencllt of the puo mountain
nir nnd cliinaiu of Ninrniii Vulley, nta
modernlo ulevmioii; ui.d, In fact, would
piovo a perfec nuiiiaiiiim within easy
reach of the business part of town.
For Lease. 10 Acres of Land, t!J miles
hum Mussina nM corner IIS aeres of
whkh Is Miitulle foi either Rico or
Turn, and has Wen under cultivation
Tor tl.e latt n yeurs All buildings
licet s-saij fir a isrf.t-olass little ranch
now on thi' piuuko .
For Sale 2 unci or fiiolre Tarn Lund,
i muo no r the Iiumio Asylum.
Valuable Properties for Sale a Aries of
Lind. hpluidldly situated In AInklkl
lor homcbte ids.
1 Acre in Miikiki, on Berctania strcot,
lino buileling- ito.
Acres with 4-rnnni Cottage, on Llllh'a
btuot, A rare thancc.
Full particulars given upon npplica-
Hon at ,
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Moskru. Smith &
Thls fino vouug trotting bred stnllion
will -tn d 'In eomiiiir. teison nt Dreld's
Stables, Kipiolaiil Park, to n limited
number of nines.
TcrniH, 0.0 Season.
APTOS CIIIEP, lay stallion, by
Spio. liiiionj ho by liy-elyk's lli.inble
iiii.un, cut ot Mnrlhu Wnshii'gion, by
Hun's W.islilng'iuii her (lain b A mill,
'ah. Ut dam ty Lad P n, by bk.igg's
It iilerj hor (lam ny Glui'.oe. Tho
iibovi stallion wiis rni ed by hir Oluus
S rn- ktls.
For fin titer pirtlculirs onqulro nt tho
FASIIK N .S'lAIllE-, or ot F. IIUS
T OK, at I'ustacc Sc Itubertson's ollico,
Queen Stitet. 721m
Young Venture, Jr.
Thi- fine young trottli g-bnd stallion,
4 e iti-ol I, will si. mil lo. t' o (.'lining
s'-i-ou nl tlo rower of CUEEN &
Terms, $?."i the Nkiikoii.
YOUNO VENTURE la a I l.iok still,
lion liPd by Mr. Horner, of Maul; his
dam was a lino mure, I n'f Piulu-ii and
halflUml; Morg. n; he Is hind, gentle
and ktylMi: no laulis whatever, and
one of tho ed .best bred stallions In tho
Kingdom, which shows claying power
In eii-o any nwiro sliouhl fall lo have
a foal by him, his cerCdrts will bo ioo.
dereil n xi ki ii,(in ir.iu oi charge.
For further luullculiirs ennuiro of
17 lm OAIT. CLUNKY.
A NuwLo1 of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entirely Nowm this Market.