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J. II. Sorun, :
A. M. Hkwi.tt, :
J. W. Hinolly, :
J. Sims, : : : :
: : Meiehaut Street,
Hedged to neither Beet tor Party.
Bat ertabllshed for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY. Al'HIL 0. 1887.
Pistol shooting is to be deprecat
ed under almost any circumstances.
Innocent lives arc frequently sacri
ficed through the impetuosity of
men who at all times carry six
shooters in their hip pockets. The
sentence passed upon Vance this
morning is a comparatively light
one for this heinous offense, though
it ought to have a dctcircut effect
on all wouId;bc shootists. The ad
monition which preceded the sen
tence passed by His Honor Mr.
Justice McCully this morning on
Vance, who was found guilty by a
jury of shooting at Maiden, will
well repay perusal.
Wherever there is a public gather
ing, particularly in the open air, it
is the duty of the police to be on
hand, as the guardians of peace and
order. To be sure, this country is
remarkably free from rowdyism, and
in no place under the sun is there
better general order observed in all
large gatherings than on these isl
ands; but there are occasionally
some minor matteis that somewhat
interfere with the general comfort,
which police supervision might
abate. For instance, as at Emma
Square concert last evening, young
hoodlums are in tho habit of making
a slight racket, throwing pellets,
and using language among them
selves in the hearing of others that
is not becoming. The police should
be around on such occasions, with
their vigilant eyes on these young
rascals.' Perhaps n seizure or two,
followed by a night's lodging in a
Station House cell, would serve as a
useful example that might have tho
effect of working a cure. We res
pectfully suggest a trial.
HON. S. G. WILDER'S SUCCESS.
Hon. S. G. Wilder returned by
the steamship Australia, yesterday,
from his visit to tho United States
and Europe. The object of Mr,
Wiider's Uip was to borrow money
for a projected railroad from Hilo to
Waipio Valley, Hawaii. Ho was
successful, which fact wo record
' with extreme satisfaction. The San
Francisco Examiner of March J29th,
contains Mr. Wiider's statement,
reproduced in this morning's Ad
veitiscr1 of his cxpeiieuucs in tho
foreign money markets, in which the
matter is succinctly and clearly ex
plained. A private letter from
London, which came by tho same
steamer that brought our enterpris
ing townsman back to his home,
speaks in commendatory terms of
liis operations iu tho world's money
centre. Tho writer, himself n capi
talist, says, "Mr. Wilder ciunc to
us with n business project, which
he stated in a business-like way.
Tlicro was no beating mound or dip
lomacy. He catno straight to the
point. We like to deal with men
like Mr. Wilder, and any such who
come hcic with legitimate projects
will have no difficulty in procuring
nil the money they need."
THE HAWAIIAN LOAN.
Mil. E. C. MACFAKLANE'S LF.TTElt.
Editou Bulletin : Iu your isstio
of the 15th inst. wasnn editorial arti
cle accounting for the failure of the
$2,000,000 loan recently authorized
by tho Hawaiian Government. It is
not strange that the writer of the
article Should have assumed tho
failure for which he sought good
reasons, for tho statement has re
cently been made by so many San
Francisco journals and in so many
forms, that any one not appnsctl or
the influences at work to produce
that impression could hardly fail to
be misled. Anil hero let me say
that I do not wish to imply, for I do
not believe, that the JIullelin is ac
cessible to these influences, except
through error. Yet error in a capable
and honest journal may do greater
injustice and be more mischievous,
than wilful falsehood in a journal of
the other sort. My i elation to the
matter of the Hawaiian loan is slight,
but of such a character as to give
me a pretty accurate knowledge of
the facts, and a personal interest in
having them truthfully set forth. I
am the brother of the man (Col. G.
W. Macfarlanc) appointed by I lie
Hawaiian Government to negotiate
The Hawaiian loan has not failed.
It would be difficult to mention any
recent financial operation Unit has
met witlt a more immediate and
conspicuous success. On the day of
Col. Macfarlanc's departure fiom
the Islands to place this loan in
London lie offered 6500,000 of tho
bonds in Honolulu, and nearly
$800,000 were almost instantly sub
scribed, but the amount offered was
all that was allotted. Shortly after
ward the house of Mathicson & Co.
of Loudon offered in that market
two-thirds of the remaining bonds
(A'200,000) and applications were
made for somethiug like twenty-one
times the amount the allotment in
this instance, as in the other, being
made pro rata. If this is failure, it
is not easy to conjecture what hitc
cess would be.
I saw it stated iu one of the many
local papers which have been devel
oping so unusual an interest in this
matter lately, that the public did not
subscribe for any of those bonds,
and that "the syndicate" had been
obliged to take the whole amount
themselves. The syndicate took
none the entire offering was taken
by the public at 98 percent, and the
bonds at once advanced to a pre
mium, and have sold iu tho London
market as high as 108A. The last
quotation that I saw in the London
Finuncial JSTeics was 10C to 107. If
jjhis is "failure," the vocabulary of
the English language should be re
written. There remains to be offered on a
rising market only $500,000 one
fourth. As about one-half the
whole loan is to be applied, under
the Act, to nothing more urgent
than the construction of public
works, the necessity of haste in
offering the remaining one-quarter
is not apparent.
Nearly a month ago tho sum of
100,000, a product of this loan,
was received by the Bank of Cali
fornia with which to pay some bonds
of a former issue owned, though it
would appear not all controlled, by
one of ban lraneisco s leading busi
ness men, Claus Spreckels. Mr.
Sprcckels has teceived from tho
Government at Honolulu a draft for
the portion of these bonds ($300,
000) which ho was nble to present,
and the balance, I presume, awaits
his convenience. His open account
against the Islands, amounting to
more then $400,000 and bearing 9
percent interest, was long ago paid
with money obtained by tho new
loan at C percent. Tho success of
this loan can, therefore, bo attested
by at least one man having accuiate
knowledge of the fact, and himself
well known. In the editorial article
ulrcady mentioned you say, and
justly say j "The bonds, if they
are issued, should be placed iu this
country." That was tho feeling, I
think, of every man in Honolulu
having official connection with tho
matter. I know that it was the feel
ing of tho King, his Ministers mid
Col. Macfarlanc. Indeed, 'this is a
point which the American sentiment
prevailing the social, commercial
and political fabric of Hawaii makes
it superfluous to affirm. Why then
was tho loan not placed heroV
Tho answer to this involves cou
sidciutio'n which I am i el net ant to
touch upon, and which I will treat
us delicately as possible,
Tho "influences" mentioned in
thu beginning of this letter, which
Imyo been powerful enough to deny
to the inpst patent facts, light of
pubho recognition powerful enough
even (if you will paulon my saying
so) to mislead your own great
journal PHiis is not so Editou
HullutinJ were not unfoieseon.
Indeed , it had been openly declared
that tho loan should not succeed
us openly as it is now declared that
it hue, as a fact, failed. Rightly or
wrongly it wob considered unndvis
ttblc to encounter tlita autugouisui
where it would bo most formidable '
It was thought that in London its I
obstructive power would be very
small, and the event has shown the
correctness of that view. Under the
circumstances I submit that the
blame for offering this loan away
from its natural market, is less than
that which is Justly duo for creating
tho necessity. Whether under nny
conditions it could have been placed
iu San Francisco, is a matter which
I am not competent to discuss. It
is customary to place all huge
national or connnceial loans iu the
world's great financial centers, where
capital naturally goes seeking in
vestment. It is a natural law that where tho
buyers arc, the seller takes his
wares: and men having important
securities to offer in large amounts
go ns naturally to London, Bcilin
and Frankfort as the Chinese gar
dener brings his vegetables Into the
The Southern Pacific and the
Spring Valley arc two examples in'
point; to name all would be to cata
logue nearly all the great corpora
tions of California and the whole
Union. Japan, China, Chile and
other nations have borrowed money
in London, and, I may add, on
terms far less favorable than those
easily obtained by Hawaii. Iu respect
of net results, this losn, indeed is one
of the most successful ever negotiat
ed there for a foreign nation. Still,
it is to be regretted that anything
occuned to prevent social, political
and, if you please, sentimental con
siderations, f i oiii cutting iome tiguie
iu a matter affecting so many inter
ests not altogether tommeicial and
financial. Undoubtedly this loan
might have been and ought to have
been, a means of strengthening the
many ties, alicady stiong, between
the Island Kingdom and its. big
In apology for this letter I wish
to say that, while it is in no sense
"official," it is to this extent "in
spired" : Itcports of the failure of
the. loan hnvinir i cached my brother
in London from many quarters, he
lias signified a wisli for their formal
contradiction at their center of dis
semination. Compliance with his
desire is, I confess, more a duty
than a pieasuie, the taste for con
troversy having been left out of my
E. C. Mackaulani:.
San Fiiancisco, March '22, 1887.
He who lends money to the poor
is often better than he who gives
A -SPECIAL MELTING OF THE
Mfckluilder-nf tlm I'lioilic Migir
MP1 will be Inhl . n SATUHDAY, the
Hill in-' , lit 11 a. in , at tin: ofllco uf F.
A. Si hauler iV Co., for thy pui poo of
amending tliu live LuWi-.
Per crier, II. HENJES,
Honolulu, April 0, lt87. 0 J Ut
BOOTS & SHOES!
Begs to infoim the- public, that he has
Jui returned lrom Sin Finncls'n, wheie
ho tch cted an
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ln dies' Fino French Kid Shoe-,
Men'rt Fine Boots niul Shois.
(hildrin's EligJiit ShiiCh,
and a 11 nu lot of
i.vi'axtm' mto.vzi: Hi.irii:itH.
icij So. l.'l .Viiiihiiu Hlreel. lm
J ust Received. !
by B u k " t-aranac,"
in Barrelx unit Half Ilui-i-clx.
For S lie by
03 Qw (JASTLK &. CUOKK.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Tho Al Steamship
Will have Honolulu for thu abovu
Tuesday, April 12th,
AT NOON. .
For Freight or l'iSiigo, apply tp
OH WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
FUItMSlIKI) CO'lTAGE A.T
Walkikl: Icautltul slmtlo tree;.
mid lint! ke.ubuhiiig. Apply to
loo aw h. a.QUNHA.
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpHIEE NICE COTrAOES,PAltT
X )y furnished, and Hiltablu for
hoiiMkeopliiL'. nio to lit at Waikiki.
Apply to ALLEN IIKBBEUT, or f this
A JAPANESE MTItSE QIRf. TO
o child. Apply I
xl look after onu fluid. Apply to
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X ulL'ii)su t In thu JMu.y Uuu.ii
"F YOU WANT A SERVANT,
. lldYWlUo iu the DAILY iiVUXtm,
Owoic Steamship Gmp'y.
Tho HEST HOT CKOSS DUNS can bo
FRIDAY, APRIL 8th,
Fiom 5 a. in., unfll 0 p. in., and will bo
To any part of the city.
Send in your Jrder F.nrly.
Am Ficitag don 8 April, Vorinit
tags 11 Uhr, Deulscher Oottcsdicnst
(lurch llcrrn Pastor houlicrg in der
Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Ivniscrlicli Deutehes Konsulat,
1C01 -It Honolulu.
THE ANNUAL SHOW
Will b3 held ihis vuiir iiithr S eb tyV
Largu Hall at the Government .Nursery
Oil King Slucl, ai.il adj itcnt Mounds
duilug I lie
Second Week of May
on a day, or dny, to In: nuiiicd
Exhibit niu invited in tliu vurious
divisions mimed in tin echeilule given
Tlieiu will lio nocliiliillon of Horr.es,
Stout; or Ca tie, for r minis which have
nlicddy been made public.
Programme of Show,
Division I. Horticulture.
Prizes will bo given 113 follows":
1 For Iho bet vaiiely of Fiuiis
U For the best nprclul Fiulls
I eVii the bc-t glow lug Feins
4 For ihu he"l (cat) JCoca
5 For the best (cut) Hluulu
0 -For thi) Tiedt grow lag Palms
7 For the best OiclimV
8 Tortile) bust lloniiict
D-Fort tin bust Floral dolgna
IU For tho best Vegetables
Division II. Dairy Produce.
1 For tho betFiiklu of Butter 10 lbs
2 For the Second best ditto ditto
a For the best pound r.f lluller tho
jliihltois being house. keepers
nuking their own lluller
I For tho Sedinii bu-t ditto ditto
5 For I he best Cheese
Division III. Agriculture.
1 For thu he-t Itiee
2 Ko: the bPht Cereal (other than ltlcc
a For tho best Fodder Plants
4 For Iho beat Sugar Cinu
0 For tho biht Siigai
0 For thu best Hawaiian tlonuy
Division IV. Domestic manufactures.
1 For tliu bei-t viiiety of units
2 For the bust u&hlhlU of men's hats
a For tho best exhibits of women's do.
4 For tliu host Kapa
C For tho hett exhibits of Calabashes
inndo,froni Hawaiian woods
0 For iho best Howls of Wood of Co-
7 For tho bestcxhihitf of native made
Ornament of any discrlption
H For tho bet elilbi'. of Artificial
Flowirs and Wrenths
I For thu best homu.iniidu tSaddlu
10 For tho best homemade llnuuss
Division V Poultry and Birds
Prizes will bo given for exhibits of a
High Glass Chin actor in all classes
of Homotiu Fowlb and Ougii LlirJs.
BSTSPECIAL NOTICE-Prlcs will
also bo'glven for meritorious exhibits in
any of the above Divisions, although
not falling within tho publlslud classi
fication. RULES for Iho guidance of oxlublt
ora will lie fumlslud on application to
MEMBERS of tho Society will not
bo charged entrance fees for their ex
hibits or far admission to the bhow.
MEMBERS iiro requested lo pay their
subscriptions for tliu curieut year lo the
Treasurer of tho Society, Mil S M. DA.
By order of tho
Bojid of Management,
IpOl 3t ' Secretary.
ONE THAM CAR AND 00 FEET
of T ItnilR, six poundfl to tho foot,
wi'h bolts and fish-plates complete.
Suitable for Warehouse or Plantation.
Apply to IIOLTJSTEK&OC).
Of the well-known flr.'t. class quality of
miny years' reputation, will he ready
and delivered to all part of thu city
Kroni !i ii. in., to (I o'clock p. lit.,
PioneBr Steam Oanfly Fact'y
Practical Confectioner, I'm try Cook
and Baker. ,
llct. Fort anil Ntiuauu Streets
Both Telephone, No. 7 1. C2 at
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
There tiro now rocisterol at 'hiiAiren.
cy, Book-keepers, fciijxliii'eif, lMaiit'itlon
Lunas, CarpentcH, Ho'-Ueip, Cooks,
Boys, etc., who arcsccklngimplo.vmont,
and iiuniy of whom can furnish the beat
of lelcrences If requital.
Yiiluablc Ileal Kslntc in de-diable
lots for bale or lease Couvcnitnt Col.
tugeM to lei on favoiahlu lernis.
The Old Corner (Nolto's) lor Salo on rm
him ililu terms. A intu ohuncu for in
vi 8 men I.
A Lodging Establishment fonveniently lo.
cut 'il, p.i)ii u liandEomely, to bj had
at .i I nrguin.
Full piriicnliirs giviii upon npplica.
tin.i at ilic gouty, '
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Hell Telephone it IN. 1 . Iln 413.
H. HAGKFELD & GQ,
Ollci for tnlo
Fimii the Stiirttvcinkcllcr hi lSrcmcn
10 Cases Wehloner Anslese,
10 " Kiedrichor (Pints),
10 " Nackenheimer,
10 " Niersteiner,
10 " Piesporter.
Baggage Express, 96.
iMSm Stand: Cor. Fort
v&1 and. Kinir Bib,, in
ifiont of Hammer's
Harness Hiop. All expio i,:o prompt,
ly attended to alrcti'-oii i blc rn c.lOJlin
Marsliars Notice of Ui
IN THE SUPHEME COUltr OF THE
ix Aim i itAiry.
Tiik Bauk Km,
Wluruis, in cettaiu proceedings In
Admiralty, brought by Thomas II. Pat.
ter.-on, against tliu "B irk Kalakaua," a
dicree and older of sale was made hy
tho Hon. Edwaid Preston, Justice of the
Supremo Courl, dated:
In piirMitucc of s.iiil decico I am
dlieeled and eoinminded by tho mill
Honorable Eilwaid Preston, Justice of
the Supreme C'oiut, to sell :-.iid hark
Kalakaua, her boat, tackle, appard and
furniture nl public unction:
Thcrcloru, noli' n is hereby given that
tho said birk Kilakaua, her boats,
tackle, appaicl aid furniture will be
fold at public auction to thu highest
Saturday, April 9th, 1887,
wherj sliu now bbinds at her moorings
in the stream in the port of Honolulu.
Tr-RMH CASH. Deeds al expense of
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
Mm f lml.
Honolulu, March 21), 1887. 1 2td
J JJUXIKI M. J
II. IIAOKFELD & Co.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstract of Tlllo
PuiniHlii'd, and Conveyances
Draw.! on sliott notice.
Collodion Agoncy.-Mn. JOHN GOOD,
Jit., Aulhoilzed Collector.
Employment Agency. Mn. F. MARCOS,
Bi eelnl Agent.
General Business Agency. No. !I3 Mei
Hell Tult'pliono IS. I. O. JIux 415.
FOR SALE 1
ONK LAUGH I O l corner Pensacola
and Lunalilo Sts, which can ho
divided into two or moro building lots.
JEnipilieof G. WKHT,
1051 Of Woit, How & Qo.
Ueii Tel. na.
J. E. BROWN &
Campbell Block, Merchant St-,
Heal Estate Agents, Etc.,
Oder tho fdlnwlng:
Off I co lo Lol.lYiwilo office, haiuluGiucly
lilted, water convenience', etc. Pint
of J. E. Drown & Uo.'s pictnlscs, Mer
chant Street; with desk room outside
for a clerk. Suitable for a notniy or
it lawyer Kent, with ofllco fnrnltiiro,
$12 per month. '
To Ron!. A Cottngo on Llllha St., with
balcony up ulalrs, 4 rooms. Iticcntly
To R(inl---A 5-ioom Cottage, corner Iillllia
nnu ncnooi mp.i hi cxuiikiu order;
good locality; Kent 90 month.
Rooms lo Rent Furnished in tho Lest
Rooms lo Rent. Four very handsomely
ftunlshcd rooms in largo homo; well
sltuiiterl on .Ntimiuu Avciine. Kent
iJI.Vu month eueh.
To Let. Cottage at Waikiki, this eldo of
Long lliidgu. Contains S good roouiH,
bath, kltcbco, Blnblcs, carringo house,
&ctc etc HoL't $a0. Will bo vacant
on jiitii ot present inoniii.
To Let. Tho hous'o and gionmU wltmitid
In Niiu.inu A onUe, tcceiilly occupied
by A. J. Cartwright, Jr., Esq. Kent
To Lot. A Crooiucd Cottage, with Cur.
lingo House and Outhoiite-, Nuuiinii
Avenue, near Governniant reservoir,
above lito Queen Dowager EinmVs
place, with nbotit 2 tic res of land 2tf
uillei fiom town. Kent !() cr month.
To Lol. ACioomcd Cetlage.w ilhkllchen
attached ; upper end ol Nuuanu
Avc.iuu, oppnitu "Valley Homo," ln
ucclleni older. L'atli and water con.
o.'ii nces. Kent ilH.
To Let. Shop w iudo w w ith pice behind,
in oil cut (Ceiipicd by J. E. blown &
Co. Suitable lor Jeweler's ebon or
Notury's oflleo. Bent eiy nicdciatc.
Hoasc and Lot for Sale Very desirable
residence on Beictania Streitt. The
house contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Uliil n.i oom. Pautiy, Kitchen and
Iia'hrnom. Mosquito proof. Hotiso
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 1C0 feet with privilege of
buying next lot. HW be sold cheap.
For Salo A charming lesidcnic
on Kiuaii street, containing 2 bed.
Hums, pailor, dining loom, kitchen,
bath, iVc. Gaiilcn trout and buck;
fairlago house, stiiUos and sci Mint's
For Sale. A buaiins-i (icstaurantj in
center of city. Owner leaving on ac
count of ill Health. A splendid chance
fur I'lii'igi" ic man. for p.triiculais
ii ply to ' B. Brown it Lo.
For Salo cr Lease -With linmediatu pis-bos-Uhi,
tlml Miltmblu estate known as
tbc NUUANU VALLEY UaNCH.
situated in tho Xuiuinu Valley. '1
miles from tlio city, anil undoubtedly
tlm iiiii-t ellgiblu site for a milk or
milk iii.d butter ilaio In this Kingdom.
'I lio above eplcndiil properly may he
had on,e.ify tenns.
Wanted lo Ronl. A Cottage, containing
four or iltu looms. Must be in good
locality, ml within tin or fifteen
minutes' walk of Port Oflicc.
Situations wanted by
Pa in tew,
And o'lier clas-es of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
'jy Merchant Street.
AUCTION SALE OF
By order of CAl'T. FULL13K, wo will
sell at Public Auction,
On Thursday, April 7th, '87,
At 10 o'clock, 11, in., nt hU residence,
No, 8 Kukui Street, tlio Household Pur
nilure consisting of
Black Walnut Marble Top Etagarc
Marblo Top Centto Table,
Vlinna Chairs, Hookers,
BLACK WALNUT AND PLUSH SOFA!!
Pictures, Gilt Mantil Clock.
Hasy Chair, Ottoman,
BLACK WALNUT BOOK CASE
Hooks, Ilr ickcti, Cal. Lamvl ruble,
Center Hug, D or Hugs,
II. W Half Cloth Lounge,
11. W. Hxlensidii Table,
B. W. Marblo Top fcidoboard
China, Gla'-s and Ciookory Waio,
I B. W. Marblo Top Bedroon Sot
Single II W. ncdslead,
llutlor's Tiay, Hefrigiirator,
1 RINGER SEWING MACHINE,
(In good order.)
1 Hooking Hoiso, 1 Ulcycle,
kitcjii:- uti:hii.h, i:tc ktc.
ADAMS & CO., .
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE ON UEHE
tnni'i Street, luljoining tlio
residence of Mis. Morfiui.
Cottiigo contains f rooms witli kitchen,
Etc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS & CO.
FOIl LEASE Oil SALE.
rpiIH HOUSE AND LOP AT WAI.
X Mid, ut present nccun'lcil by G. U.
Fiectli. Apply nt olllco of
i-'HEETII & PEACOOIC,
1512 tf SJNuunnubtiect.
$00,000 TO LOAN!
THE undeisigntd linyo Sixty Thous
and Dollais lo loan, in sums of not
less than 0110 tlioiisand dollara
SMITH, THUItSTON KINNEY,
IGOJtf (JO Poit Stieet, Honolulu,
Amdraliu fail Service
FOK SAN I'KAKOISCO,
The now and lino AlJleel stcmr.Rlilp
Of tlioUceaiiloSlcaiitJhlpCompiuii-, will
be due at Honolulu trout Kjdncy
ami Aiic'diiiid on 'i about
April 9th, 1887,
And will Jcao for Ihe above port with
malls and passengers on or about tbnt
Tor ftolglit or pnsfagr, having SU
PElllOlt AqCOMMUUATlONS, up -ly
WM. G. IRWIN ft CO., Agents.
Sydney and Auckland,
new ntul lino Al steel steamship
Of Iho Oceanic Steninhip Coni)iany,wilt
bu due at Honolulu fiom Siin
Frimcisro on or uliout
April 16th, 1887, ,
And will lnvo pinmpt diipatcii with
mulls nnd pmseugoiH for the above potts.
For liuight or passage, having HU
PEltlOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
K7 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
C.irtingcj at all hours, tiny and night.
Saddle lloncf, Uuggies, Wagonettes and
Villngu Cuts witn stylish and gentlo
horses to let.
A few HoiM", giiiunntecd. Stco.id
liand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Cat Is and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
King up Telephone 'ii, or apply to
M1M3S & 1IAYLE1Y.
Pacific Carriage Co.
Telephone 410, bath Companies.
OFFICE AND CARRIAGE STfcND:
Comer Qitcen &; Xf"oit St.
; All Carriages
129.- i'1 'nls Company
- aro owned by
200 : their drivers,
201 wh will en.
' (leaver to do
CO.jtlielr hist to
93 '. s.itl-fy their pa
; G. Bakc"r, -
; J. Brown,
; N. Doylo,
iiimi-i uj uivnuy
GUY CARRIAGE GO.
Cornee ol'Tiiiuaiiii A. Hotel Streets.
EING UP TELEPHONE 457.
This .Carriage Company has been re
cently organicd, and guaiantees to
furnish good conveyances, tr'!-lwerUiy
drivcis, and will make no extort ionaiu
All calls will ho promptly intended to.
For a Coui'mu of 8 IjCMSouh,
Bufllclcnt to get tho pupil to rending ami
writing Pnouogiapliy, gG.OO.
For a ouiIcto Fileuiciitnry
Of Twcuty.four Leison?, $18.00.
For thu lEepoi'tlna; Coiu'mo,
ABiiillclentnumberof Logons to nuiko
the punll, Willi piotior exortions on Ills
inn, a Piactical Itepoitcr, tjjC75. Or,
lleportlng Lesjons may bo taken in
Courses of Trtonty.four i.eons, for
818 per (Jmirjc, Three Conrcs, or
seenty.two Lcsmihr, will gcnetally suf.
'I his Iiistrnt tion may bo taken by mail,
.''or particulars enquiro at THIS OF-
Electric House Bells!
Put ill Storm, llousi'F, Servants' Out
lioiibtp, btiblc, and
Burglar Alarms !
At leiupnablo lates. For fuitjier
tin und LoeksiuMli,
Bethel Street, - - Honolulu!
Tho lnlur-lBlaml Steam
Navigation Co., Liinittid,
Kce'ji coimlatitly on Inn 1 for snlo
Steam Family and B.'aekimith Coal
and a general nsanitincnt of
415 Bar Iron. ly
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
10 colums. $'J per tiunuuii
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