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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, il.nvallnn Inlands.
Draw Exchango on tho
Banlc of OulLlbrnla, H. IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONQ.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydnoy,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a Qoneral Banking Business.
Published about the End and Middle
of eaoh Month.
Contains 40 Columns of Interesting
News Relating to the Var
There is no better publication for
sending to friends abroad, nor Is there
any better medium for advertising any
special line of business that may il spend,
in part, for its support, upon foreign pa
tronage. These Summaries go to nil
parts of tho English-speaking -world,
and tho demand for them is constantly
Subscription, including Poslago to Foreign
Countries, $2. SO per Year.
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo had fiom
J. II. Sopeu, : :
A. M. Hewi:tt, :
J. W. Hinoley, :
J. Sims, : : : :
Met chant Street,
: : Hotel Street
. . It l
Iw gnUy gwUdin.
Plsdged to neither Beet nor Partj.
But esUMlibod for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY. MAR. 24. 1887.
THE KAIMILOA ACAIN.
On former occasions, wo have, in
fulfilment of what wo considered n
public duty, referred in condemna
tory terms to the purchase of the
Explorer, named in Hawaiian Kainii
loa, characterizing the entire business
as a piece of stupid and costly foil',
such as might be tolerantly smiled
upon as the mimicry of a set of
imitative school boys, but utterly
unworthy of respect when regarded
as the operation of professional
statesmen, directing and controlling
the affairs of an independent nation.
Although nil disinterested thinking
people readily endorsed our views at
the outset, as no independent, honest
man of common sense, familiar with
tho whole circumstances of the case,
could, from its very nature, fail to
do ; yet interested parties naturally
professed to believe that our view
was prejudiced, misconceived, par
tial, hasty, and perverted. We were
not surprised in the least on this
account, nor arc we disposed to
quarrel with them on that score ; for
we always allow to others what we
claim for ourselves full liberty of
thought in nil matters of opinion.
Nor do we esteem them less if their
conclusions in such matters arc not
in harmony with our own. lint we.
question if, in the light of subsequent
developments and experiences, even
interested parties seriously believe
that the whole Kaimiloa business is
anything but a stupid, wasteful,
bungling blunder, from beginning to
In the matter of wastefulness,
every indication points to tho con
clusion that our original estimate of
total cost from forty to fifty thou
sand dollars for a second hand and
unsuitable vessel, the equal of which
could bo purchased for little more
than half that amount in the English
market, will fall below the actual
amount. It is now six or eight
weeks since tho work of repairing
and refitting commenced, and tho
job is stiiL incomplete and will pro
bably take several weeks more to
finish. Besides tho material pur
chased and tho unavoidable cost of
working into required shapes and
conditions in machine shops, a good
many mechanics are engaged on tho
vessel, drawing good pay, and about
fifteen Reformatory School boys, for
whom, wo are credibly informed,
two dollars per day, each, arc
charged to the Navy Department.
Tho workmen appoar to have no
regular superintendence, and somo
of them aro reported to bo ablo to
find time to suspend operations to
chat with an acquaintance, when one
happens along ; and the boys seem
to have pretty much their own way,
to work or play, to remain on the
vessel or stroll about tho wharves or
around the streets at pleasure, just
as the inclination strikes them. This
is no exaggerated picture, conjured
up by an active imagination, but a
true and sober statement, to which a
cloud of eye-witnesses can testify.
The work is conducted on the recog
nised principle of tho proverbial
"Government stroke," but the pay
is systematically drawn by tho rule
of "get all you can out of tho Gov
ernment, because it is tho Govern
racnt, and never trouble about voluc
received." Any private firm would
have fitted up the vessel in less time
and at less cost. It is a shame that
tho Government funds find hard
earned contributions of tax-payers
should bo wasted in this way, with
an impoverished exchequer and
necessary works stagnant for the
want of money. Can sensible peo
ple wonder that those who furnish
tho means for tho support of Gov
ernment should bo dissatisfied with
such a fruitless disposition of their
taxes? It is extremely disagreeable
to be constantly finding fault, but
this is one of those conspicuous and
unmistakable wrongs where silence
on the part of the press would com
pel "the stones to cry out."
As intimated by this morning's
Herald, land settlement is regarded
in all new countries, having unoccu
pied territory, as the one question
of paramount importance. And it
should be so regarded in the Ha
waiian Islands. This paper has
always consistently held that tlic
true policy for this country is a
home policy. Although an inde
pendent state, recognized as such
by the great powers, and having
its own government, Hawaii is too
weak and too insignificant in the
eyes of the world to exercise any
influence in the affairs of mankind
beyond its own territory. Indeed,
a modest sense of its true standing
would debar it from all attempts at
meddling in the concerns of others,
even to the extent of "advice and
encouragement." But Hawaii has
area and resources sufficient for the
support of a population of millions
of free, independent, and pros
perous people. With her territory
populated and her resources de
veloped, sho could occupy a res
pectable and influential place among
tho minor states of tho world.
Therefore, considering her native
resources and what sho is capable
of becoming, her true policy is to
leave the outside world alone and
elevate herself by improvement of
her own affairs. She has untold
acres of fertile and unoccupied
lands. The settlement of these
lands with a free people, is the
great question which should mono
polize a large share of her govern
Tho car stove should be fired.
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST
competent drivers, having with
diawn from the United Cnrringe Co,
can now be-found nt the stand, corner
of Fort and Merchant Streets.
Ilotli Telephones, Xo. 335.
C'arrlnco Xo. 07. ft! lv
Hi's Notice of Sale.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
Thomas II. Pattkiison,
Tiik Bank Kalakaua
"Whereas, in certain proceedings In
Admiralty, brought by Thomas II. Pnt.
tcrson, against tho "Bark Kalakaua," a
decree and ordor of bale was made by
tho Hon. Edward Preston, Justice of the
Supremo Court, dated:
In pursuance of said decreo I am
directed and commanded by the said
Honorahlo Edward Preston, Justice of
tho Supremo Court, to sell said hark
Kalakaua, her boats, tackle, apparel and
furniture nt public auction:
Thoroforc, notiro is hereby given that
the said bark Kalakaua, her bouts,
tackle, apparel and furniture will bo
sold at public auction to tho highest
Saturday, April 9th, 1887,
where sho now stands at her moorings
in tho stream in the port of Honolulu.
TERMS CASH. Deeds nt expense of
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
Honolulu, March 23, 1687. 02td
THE BAYLOR BROTHERS, II. B.
and William, havo lately received
a newly designed and improved horso
clipping machine, and are now prepared
to do clipping at the Puntheon Stables.
A JAPANESE GOOK, must make
himself generally useful, Apply
at this Ofllce. 1)171 '
Kt 111111111 j 111 ftmmmm
Tho Beaver Cigar Divan!
Et. JT. NOLTE
Has just received a largo and varied us
Cigars and Cigarettes
of the fin?st rjunllty. Souio of the
brands being entirely new in this King
dom. Together, with a lino selection of
Moerschaum, Briar, Myall, Poroc
lain and other Pipes.
Tobacco PonclicH. Match lloxcn, Cl
ear nnc Clsnretto Holder of
new and clrgnnt DchIriin.
CALL AND I00K AT THE GOODSI
Billiard Tables for Sale!
1 Carom Table; size, 4x0;
1 Pool Table; size, 4x!).
Both new and of tho best make. In
nulre of J. P. BOWEN,
01 lw Keystone Saloon, 1'ortSt.
Satnrflay Evening, Mar. 26
Shine on W. G. Armstrong
Iteautiful Girl of Kildare....Jolin Bright
M'Carthy's Fancy Ball (by miiict)....
W. II. Hoog
When 1 lay dis olo head low
E. I- Bishop
Tho Harvest Home II. W. Moivo
I'll bel)ar II. von Holt
I'll take you home, Kathleen (by ru-
quest) J. M. Dowsctt
Finale... The Skids. ..bv special icqucst
with n squad of the following picked
men Messrs. Macfailanc, Armstrong
lloogs. Bishop, Von Holt nnd Morse.
riihrnotprui-ntfii i c Mnefnrlanc
Character -ketch ...-WG Armstrong
Bnnjo Solo I. Appleby
Character Song W. II. Hongs
Grand Sensational Jap ineic Bamboo
Pole Act, with new tricks E. Low
and W. U. Arinstiong.
To conclude with thu side-splitting furcc
SLIPPERY XA.Y I
New characters by the Company
Box Plan open nt J. E. Brown & Co's.
A WOMAN TO DO PLAIN SEW.
ing. Apply In MBS. JACKSON,
nt Reformatory School. lOtf
who can fiirnbh unexceptional
retercr.ee from former employers, mnv
find work for a few hours daily by ad
dressing ' BOOKKEEPER , Hox UI, P.
O., stating age, experience and refer
ences. None other noticed. 00 lit
A YOUNG LADY OR GENTLEMAN
who is a neat and accurate wilier,
can obtain occa'-ional work a' )iomi or
In an office, by addressing ' COPYIST,"
Box 331, P.Ctta'l'i" name and address
A LADY OR GENTLEMAN DESIR.
ing nctive cmpln.i incut can secure
the agency for somo literaiy works of a
high order of merit, beautifully illus
trated and having a large salo abroad.
85 00 to $10 00 per day can bo mude
canvassing for iheso hnok3. Addres',
"BOOK AGENCY," P. O. Box Ml.
Honolulu, II. 1. 80 8l
JOHN A. SPEAR having this day
bought out tliu cntlro interest of
CHARLES II. PFEIFFEIt.ln tho Into
firm of Spear and 1'feiU'or, begs to notl.
fv his former customers unci thu public
that ho is the solo owner of slid busi
ness, and will cirry n the business of
said lato film, soliciting for himself thu
patronago horetolnie accorded slid ilrm.
Alldubtund claims agMnst tlin said
lato firm ot Spear Pfclllur will be
paid by the undersigned.
JOHN A. SPEAR.
Dated March 4lh, 18V7. 771m
Y. M, C. W. A. (Limited).
rpiIE UNION READING PARLORS
X having just. I oun decorated by the
well-known artist, F. Ruppiechi, we
would most respectfully invito all tho
members to attend tho usual inciting.
Knroign and local pupors in profusion.
There will bo a lecturo to yowng men,
ontiuo teniper.inco, three tiinrs a week,
by one of the managers to bo fillnweti
by a luscious lunch. Thu members aro
requested to leao their relatives ut
homo. U. S. C. &, J. A. K.
Si 1 w Managers
Ofllco in Campbell's Block, Cot. Fort &
Merchant St., Honolulu, II. I,
EST When dcslnd, will give tho law in
a written opinion, as to the prolnblo re
sult of thu contention upon tho facts
COTTAGE TO LET.
A CQTTAGE ON BERE
Innl'i Strict, adjoining thu
residence of Mrs. Morcan.
Cottugo contains fi rooms witii kitchen,
Etc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS A: CO.
l?70tf - '
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LIXSTDBORGS,
EASTMAN ' S ALOHA, HOY T' S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &c.
For SSalo at Ifcettjsoiisvble 3?i'ices.
1.V..2 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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Telephone 240. ' P. O. Box 207.
LEWIS & CO.
Wo have rccolved n fresh l'ne of
Crosso & Blnckwcll's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods
Diicct from England ex Britidi bark Glcngibe-, comprising In part:
Bottle3 Mixed Pickles.
" Cliam Cham,
" Wliito Onions,
" Picieived West India Ginger,
" Spuulsli Olives,
Hnndsomu Vasos Royal Table Siuee,
" " J. lm Bull Siuco,
Bottles Walnut C.it,up,
" Gieenuagis lu Syrup,
" lltd Currants in Syrup,
" Candied t;rangu Peel,
" " Citron Peel,
" Pudding Raisins,
Hli tins Jordan Almonds,
" Filed Eels,
J-lb tins Fiesh Cod Rots,
l'tpiart Uoitles Suited Hertings,
E irilien .Lirs Anchovy Paste,
Bottles C.iyeune Pepper,
Uotiles Wliito and Black Pepper,
" Zaiile Currants,
7-lb tins Scotchiuenl,
-Jars Table Suit,
i-b tins Green Pea Soup,
" Jullemio Houj),
" M ick Tuitlo boup,
" Oxtail Soup,
" Mullagatawny Soup,
Bottles India Curry Powder,
Tins Madras " "
1 & 2-lb tins Jams and Jellies, assorted,
Pats of all kinds,
i. lb tin'" Carraway Seed',
Bottles Ton lino Conserve,
1'rufllcd Pate do f.ds G in,
tins Whole Roast Grouse,
Sage and Onions,
" llalfoid's English Curried Fowl,
" Engl Mi Asparagus,
Mb tins Mince Meat,
2 lb tin Spiced Beef,
B ittlcs Capers, 2 and 4 oz.,
i.l b tins Carrots,
" Bold d Mutton,
" Slewed Kiduei's,
Coco.i unit Milk,
Sjmington's i'ca Flour,
Enps . to Jff-lb Packages Cocoa,
Oikley Knlte Polish,
lib tins Fluke Tapioca,
Coleman's Mus.iud in tins and bottles,
lay & Mai liu's Shoo Paste,
Also just received ex S. S. Australia and Brlgantlno Consiulo, a compkto line ol
SXuVJPJLiLI AND FANCY GKOCERIEsJ,
All which wo oiler at reasonable price
MutlHfactloii Gaurnntceil, anil VoodH ilcllvorctl to nil iiarls or Honolulu.
FRESH ICE HOUSE GOODS in Swibon, received by each trip of tho
O. 8. tf. Co.'s Ktenincra by
LEWIS &; OO. Mlm
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
THE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAL
Mid, at present x copied by G. D.
r rcetli. Apply at ( fllco of
FKLETH & PEACOOIC,
1512 tf 2.'t Nuuanu street.
For Sale or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
l'unuliou Street called "Eananllo.
ilia," the property of C. 11. Judd, are for
sale or for lease for a term of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGHT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, lb60. K03
ONE TRAM CAR AND 200 FEET
of T Ruils, six pounds to the foot,
wi'h bolts nnd fish-plates complete.
Suitable for Warehouse or Plantation.
Apply to HOLLISTER & CO.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT, corner Pcnsncola
and Lunulilo bts., which can be
1 1 1 v i 1 1 a into two or more building lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
1GT1 Of West, Dow & Co.
A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM,
newly furnished, at 105 Niutnutt
Avenue, by tho week or mouth.
(iO 4w MRS. W. G. NEEDHAM.
THE STORE LATELY OCCUPIED
by TIIOS. MOSSMAN, corner of
Kintr nnd Nuuanu streets, is to let Ap
ply to Messis. ALLEN & ROBINSON.
''pilE well known Old Corner
J- Pri'iniweN. Apply at the BI2A
YER SALOUN M7tf
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X ftdycrllso'in tho 'Daily Buw.wjn.
Bo'tles Fklnncr' Mnng Bclldi,
" long Itid Chillies,
'' Mayonnaise Siuco,
" Cnli'stooi Jelly,
" French Oiiw,
Handsome Vrsu- China Siy,
" " Soho Sauce,
BotlK's Moth ooiii Oi'sup,
" Cherries In S nip,
" lurs " "
" Black Currants In Svrup,
" Candled Lemon Peel,
" Crystallized Fruit,
" Tnil.ev Flu",
Lib tfns Currfid l.olutcrs,
" Sewed Ed,
JOb this FilleiMf Soles,
FJaillicn J.iin Planter P.i.te,
Siu.ill Jiirs Cupt. Whilo's Mullagatawny
Bottle- Ground t'lilcci,
Pint Bonles Mnli Vinegar,
21b B tlo Fiench Priiuis,
Pint Bind j Mo iiserrat Lime Juice,
2-lbtin GnyS u ,
" Cio sy Si ttj),
" lime S.mp.
" Ox Cl.eek S mp,
" lloichi oteli Soup,
" Viiinil Soup,
Tins Ox'iird S i Migu,
Bottle Pickled Red Cabbage,
Collarid 0. 'tongues,
Bmt in l.i a it I'otrln'a Gcntiino 'Worccs
tcr.-Jdre S ii. c ,
Bottles Bjngal lub Chutncv,
Tins Whole ltoisl l'uriiidgis,
" " ' Phen-nuts, .
" Preserved Mu-hiouins,
" licet Mar. mv Fat,
W.lb tins irn wroot,
Tins Real Yarmouth Bloaters,
' Fiench Mii-broom,
Phillipc i Can iiid's I'clit Vds,
1 lb tins P.ir.-nlp, 1 lb tins Tur-Ips,
" Fie-h Trip.-,
' Ahuni.ilu Beef,
" Bulled Mutt in,
" lliillcil Mutton,
" Calf head, ditto RonM Mutton,
11 Bo 1 d Beef; " Boiled '
Cocoa and milk, Chocolate and Milk,
Es ctirc ColTcc, Pa mt Gloats,
Van Hoiiion's Cocoa, . & J-lb tins,
'j ii V, lb lins Cocoatinii,
1-lb tins Pen I Snu'o,
" G iiuiid Klcii,
Day & Mania's Liquid Shoo Blacking,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION!
By order of MR. O. DUVAL, wo will
sell ut Public Auction,
On Saturday, April 2nd, '87
At 12 o'clock noon,
At our Fnlesrnnni, Qucin Street, that
desirable prcmiMs ou
nt present occupied as a residence by
Tho Lot has a frmitngo of 110 feet on
Lunnlilo street, and a ii-'pth of 150 feel
and is well co end with gius. Water
laid on throughout the prcmltoj.
There is an the premises,
A 2-Story Dwells Hodso
Will and siibstiiiila ly built, with B.ij
Window fronting tho itrect.
Tho house contains n spacious Parlor,
Dining Room and Bedroom on thu
lower lloor. Also, Large Kitchen, Pan
try and Bath Room. On the upper lloor
mo !l Bedrooms, each furnished with
Clothes Closets. There is also a largo
Cnrrlago Houso and Stable on tho Lot
This is one of tho most dcslrablo resi
dence offcicd for snlo. Tho ground
having a natural tin e cusuies erfect
Drainage, and commands an excellent
view from Diamond Head to the Will
E2r"Pnrtlcs wishing to Inspect tho
piemlses can do so by application to tho
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
73 Id Auctioneers
Arrivetl at Marcliant's
A New Lot of
Cigars and Cigarettes
Entiroly Wow in this Mnrkot.
-MHtorreKttsavi wwwwmi ut mtix'rrovrTntnatrxrntvsitsmxt-ai Hi:ii.-atttm
Boll Tel. 172.
P. O. Box 107.
Campboll Block, Horchant St-,
Real Estate Apiits, Etc,
Offer the fi lowing!
Wanloii lo Purcliaso or Loaso. A Collage,
C or (J looms, In Minn healthy loca'l y,
wiililn easy lINtnliie of t iyn. Near
Emma Street prefened.
To Rcnt.A Coltao on LUiha St., with
balcony up stall r, -I rooms.
To Rcnl- A G-room Cottage, comer Lllll a
ai.d Silniiil hi'. I In cxcilUnt older;
good 1 ealit) ; Rent Q2U iiinntli.
To Real Sm ill ('nltrg.- on Liliha s'roit,
near Mliuol t-t; imi 1'.',
Rooms to Ron!. I our vcrv liand-oinclj
luinNliul loom in liugn lioutC; wel.
sltuatcil ou ttun1lu Avenue. Rent
$li a iiii'iith each.
To Lot. Ti.c bouse and grnund sltnalul
lu Nuu. inn Axcii'in, icucii.ly oceupltu
by A.J. ( anwrl.lr, Jr, Em.
To Lol. A ri-ioomed O tinge, with C.u
liige iloi.su mi. i Oiilboux-, Niiuiini
AVisiitif, neir KoTciijuisut reervolr,
iilinVu lit' Qii'-en DortTiger Einmu's
jiliiue, ulih I'liout 2 ucivs of la'jd 2,'4
mile) fiom t'lwn. Item fjpcrmnulh
To Let. A O-i oomed Ci tinge, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuualili
Actue, oppii-itii " Vulley Home," in
uc Hunt older. I n'h and water eon
id 1 nr es. ltei.t Slf.
fo Let. bliOjiwlmlinv with p'ice behind,
in o.i o i cc i led by J, K. Urown A
Co. Siilt'iliiu I r J wclci's chi.p ot
N.itiiryV olllcc. Rent icy mudcitttc.
House and Lol for Sale Very dcslruM
icsideuco on Ueiet..nia Street. 'lilt
h iii-o contains -1 Ikdrconn, Parlor
liiiliik'-iooin, P.inli, Kitchen and
lj'uli'uom, Mo-(iiitu pioot. Home
new a..d well built.
Lot 00 by 150 feet with nrivllcre f
Imyinir next lot. Will be sold clicaf.
?or Salo or Ront .V chiriniui; rldem c
on Kinni stiect, cuntniniiig 2 lien
HiiiU'i, paitor, dining room, kltchi n
limli, Ac. Garden 1 out and back,
la'dimo house, slal les und servautV
Loaso ior Salo The lcaie cf property,
H. Ill P.inchl) wl street, having 1 1
mo'tths 10 imi, at UOp'i imn tli, t loi
s'tloeheip Tlio lmuse cout'iias flvi
ri ouu. There Is a picluu- J aid, cm
ilagu housj and Ma'lus.
For Salo or Loaso With luiiuc.liatc pos
M's imi, llui' valua .u ciatu known in
tl.c iNfUANU VM.I.EY RANCH
Rinuritl lu the Niiuai u V.ilb'j". '-Ji
miles liom the thy, and iimloi btedl)
tint mo i eligible iin fur a milk oi
milk ni d bultei Uuirj in this Kingdom
'I ho at ovc hplci did pioicriy may bi
lid on eat- terms.
For Loaso i ho ioidinon and pntur
lands at 1'niioi V.illiy, cci.pied bv
Mrs Long. A .pluiidid projieity.
Wanted to Rent. A Cotlnge, 'ontniuin
Intiriir tlvo moiiM. Mis' ho in kodi
Jo. ally, ml wi'bin tin or fifiei i
ui mites' milk of I'lm Ofll -e.
For Sale 10p n Sid B r liujgy.clua,
For Salo Cheap. 1 Sipiare Piano, 7Ja Oi
tuves in tJ.io.l irder.
1 Upright l'iuno, 7j Cc'avcs, in 0;n
Wantt-d. A ics octal lu woman lo assis.
i.t owing in a private family.
Wanted It "pc'a' lo youth lo assist in i
im-inces istilillHlimeiil in tin cit,,
and m kf hlmelt generally u-efu'l
would r tl.ewilli thefimlly; wage
wi'h boird a. id lidgini:, V- a miintb
Wanted. A rctjiret-l) c Englbh or Gir
uiiin Oil I to iii-i-isi in n small tiiuily
Wanted y n i oiupccnt Enj.iiU'c , '.oh.
ini; lbs'. cl.i-t- c nlilcatc-, and highl,
icci miiieudtd, s.tuatiou at tea or oi
Situation Wanted By a a- able nrin.
timio gh y undirtanih the cue ol
lores (Jno.l dr Vt-'i1, if lcipiiicil
murrl. d; ni c gocd liuus. keeper imc
Situation Wanted By a sba'ly man, at
c uiciiiit.iii, or cliarjfe of tanles; liigli
ly uenmmenitid. Well accpiuinici
wl h ci'y.
Situation Wanted By stonily mini; nun.
ricd. I u lurs.siu Is the rare of stock;
Oocd diivcr. ifo gm d cllllslre.
Situation Vcnlcd Br an ix, crimen
lurnu-r-miikci ; not pnticuliir us t
cup nynieui; w.ic-. not n much m
objici a, a pcrma cut jicsiilou.
Custom Houbo Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
-!3 Merchant Street.
The Lsading Millinery Houso.
Wo liavo this day received by thoS. S.
Australia, tliu lincht line of
ever shown lu this cl y. Tlioy are
till Co ors and tin' very
A Complete lino of
In White, ami ISltuU. All
tho Lutit Xoi cities in
Wings nnd Hat Trimmings !
which will bo on Exhibition on
Tho L:adinjr Millinery Houso.
CttH. FOKT &. mwwii ST
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advertise in tho Daily Bui.i.ii'm,
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
tell Telephone MU. I'. O. Slox 41 B.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
HEAL ESTATE BROKER,
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT,
JUooltf written up, Accouiitu nnd
Employment nnd Shipping Apcucy.
Labor Contract ltliinks nt.d lelenuo
stamps always on hand. Copying and
trnnslutihg in all language tibcd in thla
Kingdom. Ordirs from tliu other Is
lands will receive prompt attention.
Warded-!) pond RiirpciittMAciu find ini.
mi dlntu tmploymeiit a' gooil wages on
npplic.uiou at Hilt Aneiicy.
Waited An active, willing lid of 15 to
18 years of ngi", can lii.it a homo wlh
filr nge nnd an opnnrltini.y of
lear dug a goo I tr.tdc. llcfcriJiKcuis
to elm i cur ami nuto'cdonts will bo
Wanlod. Ut a .loj aucso man nnd his
will a sl'ii.ition in a p. hale family.
Both steak Engllrh. 'J lie uinu ii ac
citrti med to thu caic if horses and
carriages and tho work in u door-jard
and girdcti. Tho woman can conk,
wall and iion, mid will perform tho
duilci of n geneial household servant.
Wanted A Situation By n Sugar Boiler
of llvujcarV c.pi'rlcn(0 In this coun
try, licit of reliivucio Ii riquirid.
Vanlod Situation. By an old resident
who Is f ii in .1 ar with thu Hawaiian
liiiguiige. A so, umlcr.-tat ds plinta
lion work. 111 keip books and at
tci d to the general details ol htidticss.
Employnicni in the rliy prefirrid.
Wauled Situations. By three llrtt.class
Biok-keip'jrs aid nlllce men who can
give thu be-t of r,dcrencH. JVill not
object to employment in ihcl' capacity
Wanted Situation. A- a T.unn ou a plan,
tit Ion by n man who Inn hud ttveral
ycis c.Npiriento in this couutiy in
Wanted Employmrnt liv competent
lc dy, hottlo s slin will make thcin
stlvis. Uieful in taking cure of door
yards if d gardens, anil in other light
work requital by piiv.Uo liunlly.
Wanted. A Situation 'Jy a competent
practical Engineer, who hits hud miny
years' c.spiici c, and can givo tliu
bet of iifcicucis. Einployment on a
piunincion ir. tuiiui.
Wanlod Employment by a fl'st.class
carpenter, who would be ghidlotuko
a sltiniiion on a plantation, or in a
private family, wlicio lie could mnko
himself geiiciully uselul in keeping
biilldlig , feneof, &c., in repair, tak
ing cure i.f liorais, a door yard, or gar
Also, by a first-class Horscshoer; would
like a jt,b on a pi intiitlon where he
could do geneial repair wrk.
'0 l-Ol-OnoColtago suitable for a small
tiimliy. Coiiveniint y located wiihin
Jvj a miiu of the Post Olllce.
fo Lot One Cottigo iv ar tho above
mi ntli nfd. l.u u yu a a)1,l (.mbio
iiccoiiiiiiofiitionb for tuver.U horsis.
fo Lcl A Cottage suitublo fa-a small
family, conv. nienlly situated In Kn
waiahio; lias a bathroom and kitchen
a tuclicd and partly furnished. Mtd.
crate lent. A rare clunuo.
.Vantcd. A Cottngo wi'bin flvo mluiitc?'
walk of thu Post Ofll -e, suitably np.
polntul for tliu Lcoominodalon of a
:or Loaso Coltige suitable for n small
fiiiiily, C rooini-; kbehen nttuched.
b.i.blc in ci.iiimndalioiis if de.ired. A
beautiful location abuut three miles
up tlic vidley road.
"or Lcaso. Cottage suitablo for (.mall
fiiiiily, -1 rooms-; uud euo attached
with a roo.ii.. Can Inge shed. About
i! miles uj thu uilloy road.
Tlieso collages n fiord rare opportunl
lis to invalid nml oiiiu-j who de-ire to
Miijoy iim iiLiieilt of the pnro mountain
dr mid climiio of Nuumu Valley, at a
iiodcialu elcvatiou; und, in fact, would
novo a perfiei (aniiailutii within easy
reach of the busineis part of town.
ror Lease. 10 Ai:rc3 of Lund, 2J miles
Irom Mos-tiiiuii's corner 15 ucres of
which s builablo for either Kico or
Tnro, nnd has liiun under cultivation
for tlic lat 6 yem-0. All buildings
necissary for a iirst-clnss little ranch
now on tlic piemho .
ror Sale 2 nnio or Choice Taro Land,
tiiiiiiie noir the Insnne Asjlum.
Valuable Propcrlics lor Sale. a Acres of
Liuil, ispli mildly simattd in Makiki
I Acre in Maklkl, on Berctania street,
lino building ite.
5b Acres with 4-rnom Cottage, on Liliha
btreet, A ruiu (liaucc.
Pull particulars givcu upon npplica.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Lately occupied by Messrs. Smith &
SGO.OOO TO LOAN!
"PIIE unilersigmd have Sixty T'lious.
X. an I Dollttu to loui, iu sums of not
cfs than una thoin-aud dollu'is upon
SMITH, TlIUKM'OI'f & KINNEY,
Ollitf (JO Fort Stieet, Honolulu.
I ISS CLARKE, who his had many
lX jcnis e.MMieiu o in Dns it OlonK
M king, has OPINED A D1IE-SMAK.
IXQ ESrABLISllMENTnt 101 Alnkca
MRS. RODANET, ho well-known
(lio'Biimkir, icuently iciiinied
ir.un Purls, ha lier dre-s-niaking rooms
siiil on Eininu 6iiei't, atjovo tho tnuare.
6A 7 J'" SOIIOONEH JOSEPn
"SrM 'K,s"uw I" llii-t-olass or-
sfi'rtA dur. Slio will m.i bi,
--biiu tl'10.4 ll v.'frtk In I?,,-,, i,,l..R
Ciiptaiti Cocik uu tying fniiglu nnd pas
suigem. Parties wishing to ir.nko
lo Pearl ltivcr, Coro Heid. and other
irisiir Oiihu may chiutei-tliu schooner
by it, ply.ng to OAVT. COOK.
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