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TIITJHSDAY. APRIL 7. 1887.
ENTERPRISE AND INACTIVITY.
It is now within two weeks of one
year since Honolulu's great fire le
vasted tho most densely populated
part of tho city, and rendered home
less and cenllcss many poor unfor
- tunates. As has been said u' thou
sand times, what was a severe cala
mity directly to many, was a bless
ing to the city and community; for
tho flames destroyed a mass of cor
ruption that might otherwise have
generated disease and dcatli incal
culable in extent. At tho same
time an opportunity was created for
opening much needed new streets
and widening old ones, which oppor
tunity was improved by the then
Minister of Interior. Tho restora
tion of the burnt buildings, or
rather tho erection of new and better
ones, has given a year's employment
to mechanics and laborers, until
most of the area swept by the flames
has become covered with structures
of a greatly improved order. A few
blanks still remain, owing mainly to
high ground rents being asked by
tbe lnnd owners and a scarcity of
money in the class of business pecu
liar to. that part of the city. Con
sidering the general depression of J
the year nearly elapsed since the
fire, the natural 'result of the low
prices realized for sugar and rico,
our staple products, the enterprise
which lias so ' nearly erased thq,
traces of the flames is quite surpris
ing. The work of tho Government in
..the same locality cannot bo referred
to in the eamo terms. Indeed, to p.
person who has had experience in a
country with an encrgetio and pro
gressive administration, tho abso
lute inactivity, not tho energy, of
our Government in the quarter indi
cated, is more than surprising. The
new streets that were pegged dut a
few days after tho Are, are in the
samo state now as then. The ave
nues are there, but they have no
traffic other than that of pedestrians,
because of their rough condition.
Even to pedestrians they are unsafe
in tho dark. Holes and stumps 'of
trees are not very nice trups to fall
into or obstructions to stumblo over.
The old streets which have been
widened have had no moro attention
than the now ones. The added
portions are iu Bomo places above
and in' others below tho original
level. The Government Jias liter
ally and absolutely done nothing
boyond'dcllning the limits just now
referred, to, except persistently
maintaining a truly "masterly in
Lack of money, an indispensable
jequisito to.acfion, way be assigned
as a reason for inaction, and such n
reason would have unanswerable
force, did the general course of the
Government furnish evidence of its
validity. This, however, is not tho
case. Largo salnrics nro being paid
slnccurists. A Commission has been
sent down to Samoa and is now main
tained there, which will, in all prob
ability, have the effect of exciting
the New Zealand pcoplu to n pitch
tliat.will ultimately result in humili
ation to Hawaii. A vessel has been
purchased and is being fitted up ns
a warship, at considerable cost, for
which intelligent pcoplo can sec no
necessity whatever. For these and
other purposes of similnr inutility,
money can be found. What then
becomes of the plea, that the streets
in tho burnt district remain as they
were because there is no money to
itnprovo them? Money for what is,
at most, only ornamental, nud no
money for tho necessary and useful?
That is strange, very strange!
A BOOK AGENT'S SAY.
Editor Bulletin: Since so much
has been said about the business iu
which I am now engaged, perhaps a
few words from me will not be altoge
ther out of place. I first wish to
state that it was generally under
stood by the olllcials as well as the
agents that licence was not required,
to take orders for books, and this is
qhitc evident from the fact that the
law has novcr been cnfoiccd. lie
sides, I was informed by an agent'
many months ago, that ho enquired
at the proper department, and was
then told that licence was not re
quired of persons introducing sub
scription books. Now it is not only
the error, that it was any intention
on my part to beat the government
out of its revenue, which I wish to
correct, but also - the false impres
sion which secni3 to prevail, that tho
book business is not an honorablo
occupation. I admit that it is hemic
times not very pleasant, and that
men are not as glad to see you when
they know that you come to sell a
book, as they would bo if your visit
was to pay a bill. I also admit that
there aro some agents who carry
the thing a little too far. Notwith
standing all this, nearly all our best
books arc sold through agents.
Judging from the following extract,
it will be seen that persons standing
high in the estimation of men have
been engaged in the work. Says
the Now York Key Nolo: "Many
of the greatest men in the woild's
history have been book agents. Na
poleon and Washington weie tem
porarily book agents. Jay Gould,
now rich beyond the dreams of ava
rice, was iu early life a book can
vasser ; so was Mark Twain. Ralph
Waldo Emerson canvassed books for
a Boston House ; so did Longfellow,
whoso success was phenomenal, his
pleasing address and manners no
doubt gaining him many n hearing.
Daniel Webster paid his second
term tuition at Dartmouth by act
ing as a local agent in Merrimack
County, New Hampshire, for a Con
necticut firm. Bret Hartc was a
book agent in the fall of M9 in Cali
fornia. Gen. Grant canvassed for
Irving's Columbus for a short pe
riod. Ex-President Hayes footed it
all over Southern Ohio when a mere
lad, getting subscription for Bax
ter's 'Lives of tho Saints.' Blaine,
tho magnetic and popular politician,
began Jjfc as an humble canvasser,
selling 'A lifeof Henry Clay.'"
The Marshal's action in my case
ns well as rainy others which I
could mention, reminds me of a
little' incident which took place in
the United States. The Democrats
had Ibecn ,out of power for many
yearl. They finally gained a majo
rity in the House of Representatives,
'and jappolnted a man belonging to
thejr own party from "way down in
Texas,"t a cortajn position, I
think it wasSergeant-at-arms. How
ever, ho had to employ door keep
ers, janitors, and tho like, and to
see that they performed the duties
satisfactorily. Now having so sud
denly beep vested with all theso
powers, caused the individual from
the "Lone Star Bute" to feel very
proud, and caused him to do many
things which he should not do. A
letter from this person addressed to
one of his frj'ends was found iu the
street of a certaiu village, and, not
strange to say, was published jn the
papers. In this cpistlo ho speaks of
his high position, the many appoint
ments which JioJlhadgto make, and
finally concluded by nfllrmhig that
ho was a bigger man than ojd (U.
S.) Grant. As to the article in the
Ghetto which, desjres to have all the
ngentB exterminated, it is not at all
strahgc, when it is known, that it is
frpm tho pen of n "blasted Brit
isher' who perhaps wants it ac
complished because it is "not Eng
lish you know." 0. 1 T.
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
EniTon Bulletin :-'J.'iio Jast trip
up from Honolulu of the Australia
was a very pleasant one, tho sea,
after the first forty-eight hours out,
being as smooth" as glnss, nnd re
maining so during tho entire trip.
It is needless to say that Captain
IToudlctt made everything ns plea
sant as possible for all on board,
andthus fplly sustained his repu
tation as ono of the most gonial cap-
ityiis aiiout on mo rnoiuc.
rVUn Aliotpnlfn nit!in1 .if Iim ...!.-
auolit 8 o'dook Jn thb moraine mid"
Jicr jasscngorp jfountl tho' custom
igaigsaaggf ''.:' w 'gHLJswwij
houso olllchiU, ns usual, walling for
tliem, or rattier, their baggage.
Contrary to the preconceived no
tions, of some, tho examination of
personal baggage was close and
thorough. Those who had "been
thero beforo" had anticipated some
thing of tho kind and were dotaincd
but a few minutes nnd went off re
joicing. But in one or two cases
there was tho unavoidable delay
consequent upon tho finding by the
custom house officer of "dutiablo
goods" amongst tho clothing. Not
that thero was anything fished out
from amongst stockings, shirts or
dresses, that was evidently placed
there to escape tho customs; but
that purchases had been made of
"unconsidered trifles" not on the
"free" list. There was no seizure
made, but there was a good deal of
grumbling. Amongst those who
wcro thus subjected to vexatious
delays was n lady passenger from
tho islands who, after a very plea
sant visit on Oahu, Maui and Ha
waii was returning to her home.
When her baggage was examined
tho officer came across a number of
packages which the lady had cove
nanted to take to various persons in
the United States as little presents
from people living on the islands.
Thero were pretty little trifles made
of zephyr worsted, silk ribbons,
plushes, etc., all dutiable. There
wcro Chinese goods, (tea caddies,
boxes, etc.,) pretty littlo things
wortii perhaps two bits or a dollar
in Honolulu, all dutiable. There
were mysterious packages which on
being torn open proved to contain
South Sea Island initios, (mere tri
fles, costing little or nothing), all
dutiable here. Tho official whose
business it was to examine this lot
of trumpery was very patient, and
fully appreciated the awkward posi
tion of the lady in whose baggage
ho found them. He knew (from
previous cxpeiienco probably) that
she was the innocent victim of those
worthy people in Honolulu who,
having friends to whom they would
like to send little souvenirs if they
can do so cheaply, pcisuatle depait
ing acquaintances to "Just take
charge of this little package please,
and send it to So and S'." Who
sweetly smile and say: "Ohl Now
you are going to (Halifax perhaps)
please put this littlo box in your
trunk and deliver it to my cousin,
sister, or other relation."
At any rate, after consulting with
other officials, the very gentlemanly
examiner "passed" tho baggage,
and alter an hour's detention the
lady was able to leave the whaif.
The whole scene suggested the
following "moral." Those who send
gifts to their friends in a foreign
cotiiitiy should remember that
"manufactures of silk, wool, satin,
plush, etc., tire dutiable." Those
who take charge of such articles
should be prepared to pay that duty
or lose the goods. C.
San Francisco, March 25, 1887.
NICE PUKNISHBU PItONT
mom t Ni. KJnrdf!iLiw.Ollw
TIIK lSTKHi:ST OP JAJIK3 II.
f'AbTLi; iu iho linn of O.istln &
C oko. c'iied mi the first iiist. All
liabilities of the encern are assumed
by tho icmalning pinners.
CASTLI2 & COOKE.
Honolulu. April 0 187. 0! cod lit
MRS. NICOLL beg" to inform tho
friends and patron) of tlif Pmiuy
Djp irtmciit cf Mr'. Tno. LiekV ttore,
tint the reason the promised hair oi
lancy wo.k did not tnle place Ium Hat
urda', uas on account ofprcss of work.
Hope lo bo londy with a list of pretty
and useful Bidden by tho first Saturday
Wo'ulso wish in inform von that Miss
Ritchie, recently from thoEist.tunscoda
Mirs Webster in charge of the Pancy
Miss Rltchiu has eorved her time at
fluey work, and is master of her trade,
will give lessons in all iho bitu&t styles
of uuw stitches and nnw lilnjs urnmls.
ongtoglvo satisfaction to nil. Please
give us a can.
Tlio art of Making Paper Flowers and
Wax Work is ndded to our list of fancy
work, iu which Iosoiih will bo irlvcu.
At tho lowct figure, of Iho fliict qual
Warranted genuine, muds of ihu puro
fjjnlco only t)iid gunrantcri to stand
not dotciinrutn in nmilitv fnr mv
number of yen, Large quantities ex.
i'uuuu uteiyycnr, ny Dimi'i nt tno Jarg.
tslcomniirelil firms of thhnlly, tndir.
fercn pints of UitJ Uuitpd fi titcs and
ho Got man Uniplio,
MANUKAC1 t'lllJU AT TIIK
Piouoer Steam Cnndy Faotory
1GUi11 lulled In lSOil.
Practical Coufcutloner, Pt'atry
Hotel, but. Xminmi iiikI 1'ui-t ntn.
Roth Telephones No. 74. 01
NTINO of nil kinds oxo
tlm DaU.y Hum.i.tin OHlcc
THE LATE EDWARD HARRIS.
Kdward Harris, lately steward of
the whaler Josephine, died at tho
Queen's Hospital, this morning, of
consumption. Harris was very sick
when he caino here on the whaler,
and his complaint was aggravated
by nearly drowning in tho collision
of the tug Elcu and the pilot boat
off the harbor, n month or so ago.
Ho was taken to tho Hospital, whore
ho received tho best of care, but his
caso was hopeless. Tho body was
taken charge of by Geo. W. DoLong
Post, G. A. It., (ho being an old
soldier of the war of tho rebellion)
and was buried in their lot in Nmtami
Cemetery this afternoon, at 4
ST. ANDREW'S "CATHEDRAL.
The Second Congregation will
meet upon Good Friday, for mom
prayer and sermon at 11 a. si.
Upon Easter Day, there will bo
celebration of the Holy Communion
at 7 :30 a. m. ; morning prayer and
sermon at 11:15; a second cele
bration of the Holy Communion im
mediately after mid-day service;
evening prayer and sermon at 7:00
The Kcv. Geo. Wallacc.will preach
at the morning service, and the Itcv.
II. II. Gowan in the evening. Tho
offerings of the congregation on
Easter D.13 will be for the school
of the Kcv. S. II. Davis at South
Kona, and for current expenses.
A meeting will bo held upon
Easter Monday at 7:o0 r. m. in the
old chinch building for the election
of wardens nnd sidesmen, nnd for
other business. A full attendance
of mcmbeis of the congregation is
5 COTTAGES, in eood locality, in
0110 yard all nicely furnMicil, nnd
I'omplclo for a lmlging limifu L.iic
.four ycwiB and nine months to run.
l'r'rpfJHO). Itciiliil $10 1 or mniitlt To
tho right parties a Mire, furiunu Apply
In J. MAOflON,
01 lw Miri'hunt Street.
MY BROTIir.H, W. It. CASTLE,
holds my full potto of nitormy,
nnd will nut for 1110 in nil matters of
h iiniiK' during mya'senco liom the
Kingdom. J. 1). OASTLK.
Honolulu, April G, 18S7. Ot ood lit
If j on tf.uit u nice whilf. get t-omc of
5-CENT "YOUNG AMERICA,"
04 lw Just nriivcd.
Am Fioitag den 8 April, Vorniil
tngs 11 Ubr, Deuttelior Clottc-diciibl
duicb Ilorin Pastor Ibonbcig in der
Y. M. C. A. Hull.
Knibcrlich Deutches Konsulat,
1G01 U Honolulu.
A SPECIAL MT3KTING OP TIIE
Moekholdurs of iho Pacific Supcar
Mill will bu huldcnSATUKDAY, the
flih Iiiit., nt 11 n. ill , nt tho uillro of P.
A. St hue ft r Si Co., for thu purpoio of
amending tho P.yu Law..
Per order, H. IlKNJES,
Honolulu, April 0, 1887. 03 lit
BOOTS & SHOES!
Itegs to inform the public, Hint ho has
1ui returned from San Pranelsiio, where
ho bclrctcd an
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladles' Pino Preach Kid Shoes
Mcn'ii Pine Boots ami Shoes,
Children's Elegant Shoc3,
and a lino lot of
IXl'AXTK' IlKOKXI HMIMT.ItN.
Oil) So. l.'i Xuiiniiu Nti-eet. lm
Just Received !
In KnrrelH and Iluir iSiiiielh.
For Sale uy
UASTI..E & COOEC13.
JAPANESE NUIWE GIItL TO
look ufter 0110 ehlhl. Apply to '
J. E. I3UOWN & CO.
APUIIWSIIED OOTTAQE AT
Wnikikl; beautiful slmdu traoi.
and line ecadintiilnj;. Apply to
100 2w K. S.011NIIA.
(30TTAGES TO .LET.
rPHKEE NICE COTTAGES, PAKT
X ly furnished, and niltablu 'for
housekeeping, are to kt at Waiklkl.
Apply to ALLEN HERBERT, or to this
ONE TRAM CAR AND 00 PRET
of T Rnlle, six pounds to lb" foot,
wl'h bolin nnd fish-plates complete
Unliable for Warohouno or Plantation,
Apply to HOLLISTER fc CO.
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X athertlso it In the Daily Udmrtin I
EOK SAN FXIANCISCO,
The At Stciimsdilp
Will hate Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, April 12th,
For Fieight or Pusscg.', npply to
03 7M. G. IRWIH & CO., Agents.
Sklllotl and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Thero nro now reglsteio I nt ihu Agon,
cy, Dook.kccpciR, Eiijjbieeif, Plantation
LuniiH, Cnrnriitii -, Iloitli-is, Cooks,
Boys, etc., uiio lira necking employment,
ana ninny of whom can furnish the best
of leleienccs if requital,
Yi-luablo Real Estate in deslrablo
lots forMilo or leale Convenient Out.
Inge) to let on favorable terms.
The Old Corner (Holto's; for Sale- on kii.
Eontblc terms. A into ehanto for in.
A Lodging Establishment conveniently lo.
e.iti:d, paying IiuirHoiiuiIy, to bu had
nt a I argaln.
Pull pnriieul.m given upon npplica
lion at tho Ageixy,
No. 3B Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Hell Telephone J8. 1. O. JIox -115.
H. HACKFELD & 00.
OHcr for salo
Casus Bliii Wine
Prom the Stndtwchikcller In iiiomcn
10 Cases Wohlonor Analese,
it Baggago Expross, 96.
k;$W(KA Stand: Cor. Port
fO.rn-?) imi1 Ki"p h,s.. m
fcffia&akiC&fcSwti? front of Hammer's
Ilnriif.-w Hiop. All cxjietigu ptninpt.
ly attended to utro (tollable IH1O4.1091 m
IN 't HE SUPREME COURT OP THE
Hawaiian Ilun It.
Thowas II. I'ATrr.itFOK,
Tiik Baku JC.m.akaua.
Whereas, in certain proceedings Iu
Admiinlty, brought by Tliomim II. Pat.
terjon, against the "B irk ICalakuua," a
cUcreu and oulor of tide w.t. mndo by
tlio Hon. Edwniil Priston, Justice of thu
tjuiireiuo Court, dated:
In piirfuincn of nild decieo I nm
ditccled and comni'iudud by iho saiil
Honorablo Edwin d Preston, Justloo of
tho Supremo Court, to sell uld bail:
Kalaknua, lior Iioat?, tiiokle, appanl and
furnltuicat public miction:
TJieieforf, noli' c i3 lieieby ghen tint
tlio said birk Kilakaua, her bouls,
tnckle, apparel tu.d fuiiiiluru will hu
fold ut public nuetion to tho highest
Saturday, April 9th, 1887,
wlicrj slin now stands nt her moorings
in the pticam in ihu port of Honolulu.
TfRMH CASH. Heeds ut cxpenso of
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
Honolulu, Muruh 23, 1887 l-lit I
II. IIAOKFELD & Co.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Benrrhed, Abstract of Title
Pilinislnd, nnd 'Couvyntiucj
Drnwn on short uojlcc.
Collodion Agency. - Mil, ,IOHI GOOD,
Ju., Aiillmrhsed Collector.
Einployniont Agoncv. Mn, P. MARCOS.
Ccnoral Business Agency, No. 119 Mei
tlell Tclepliono ;i IN. i. , oxll5.
FOR SALES !
ONP LAROi: LOT. corner X'ensncola
mid Lunnlllo Ms, whluh run lm
dhiiltu into two or moro building lots.
Knnulro of G. WPST,
IMI Of West, How & Co.
Tp YOU WANT A SERVANT
lr Jrortiao Tii ft hi 'daily Bu! ra-Km'
Carapboll lock, Hcrchont St..
final Mate Agents, Etc.,
Oder Uiofdlr wing:
Office io Lcl.-Prlmlo olllee, hnndboiuelv
illti'd, waier eonvenirneoj, cte. Part
of J. E. Ilroun fy Co.'s iiremisos, Mer
olinntHtrcotj with desk room outside
for a clerk. Huitnblo for a notary or
a lawyer Rent, wlrti oillco furniture,
$tv per month.
To Rcnl A CottnRo on Ltllha St., with
bnlcony up ktaliH, 4 looms. Recently
To Rout A 0.room Cottngc, corner Llllliu
nnd Heboid m.1 In cxctllcnt order;
good 1 ralityi Rent QUO mouth.
Room3 io Kcnl Furnished in tho Lest
Rooms to Rent. Pour very handsomely
itirnlMictl looms in largo house; well
Altuiited on Numiiui
?to n niouth ciu.lt
To Lob Cottngc nt Waiklkl, this side of
Long llihlgo. ContilnsC goo! rooms,
bath, ktlelien, slnblea, earringe liotifie,
etc.. clo Ro t?aO. Will be vacant
on 15th of present month.
To Lot. Tlio house nnd giutindiniluntid
In Nuiiiinii Avenue, iccenilv occupied
by A. J. Cartwilght, Jr., Esq. Rent
To Loi. A fi.roomed Cottage, with Car.
i hi go ilonse nud Outhouse, Nuiianu
Aveuut1, neiir (.orcriimant reservoir,
abovo lite (Jueeii Oowuger Einmn'H
jilace, with idiout 2 iicres of land 2J
lulled fiom tnuii. Kent $10 1 erninnth
To Let. A o.roomed Outage, lib kitchen
attached; upper end of Xuiiimu
Aonue, oppo'ito "Valley lloinu," in
oPi)lcnt older, lialli nnd water eon
veni new. Rent SU'.
To Lei. Shop window with cpico behind,
in oh evn decupled by .f. E. liron &
Co. Suitable lor Juwelor'a dmp or
Notary's oillco. Rent vciy niodciale.
House and Lot for Sale Very desirable
lesidencc ou Jleictoiiin Stiect. The
li'iU'O contains 4 Ucdroonw, Parlor,
Ulning.ioom, I'.inlry, Kitchen nnd
Ra'liroom. Moquilo proof. Houso
new a-.d woll built.
Lot 100 by ICO feet with privilege of
buying next lot. Will lie sold c!icaj.
For Salo A charming ret-Idencc
on Klnati Hlieei, coninlulug 'J bed.
io mi, )mloi, dining loom, kitchi n
balh, Ac. Q.uden t out mid back;
fiirriagu hoii"!', btaLles and seruntV
For Sale. A IuiMmh) (reslnuinntj in
cii.Ucr of oily. Owner leaving on ne.
roiint of ill iiciilth. AsplendiiTclinncc
fur nictg-'ii; mini. Tor p.inieulais
ni'ply to .1 H. lliown As to
For Salo or Lcaso -Willi immediate pi s.
session, that valuable elalu known ns
tlio NUUANU VALLEY RANCH.
situated in tho Xuuanu Valley. 2J
mllcoi from the city, and undoubtedly
tho mo i eligible situ for a mill; or
milk iii.d butter dairy In this Kingdom.
'I lie above pplcndl'1 prorcrty maybe
had ou eay terms.
Wanted io Rent. A Cottage, containing
lour or llvo room1'. Must bu in good
lorulity, nil within lm or fifteen
minutes' v.nlk of Post Olllee.
Situations wanted by
And oilier clns-rs of help.
Custom Houee Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
a i Merchant Street.
Of the well-known fir t-elnss (lualily' of
nuny vim-R' rfpuialion, will lm leady
and dcilverod to all pails of the city
From 5 a. m to 5 o'clock p. in.,
Practical Confectioner, Piistry Cook
No. ri itoTur. HTrtiaid'x',
Ret. Fort and Nuuauii H In eta.
Roth Telephoned, No. 74. C2 fit
Tho REST ROT CROSS RUNS can be
FRIDAY, APRIL 8th,
Piom 5 a. m., until i) p. ni., and will bo
To nr.y iurt of tho elly.
Semi in yonr Orders Early.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
'PUB HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
-L Juki, at present occupied by G. D.
1' rccth. Apply uuilloo of
i'J Nuunuu street.
GGO,QOO TO LOAN!
rpilB iinilercleiHil have SI.My Thous.
JL mi I Dollurii to loin, In siiiiib of not
less than ono thoiiKnud dollnia upon
. JV,lT". THUHs'l'ON & KIN'NEY,
3C(li'f (l Pott Street, Honoluiu.
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The nowj mid lino Al Ktecl f-lcamslilp
Of Iho OceiinloleniinhlpCpmiuiuy, will
be due at Honolulu irom Sjtlney
nud AueMuiid on r about
April 3th, 1887,
And will leave for tho abovo poit wllh
mails and pasaugcis on or iiuout that
1 or fielj;!it or piis-aee, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATION'S, npply
VH. G. IKWIN & CO., AijenU.
For Sydney and
Tho ucw and lino Al tteel Kteamship
Of tlio Oecnnla Stcnni'.Iilp Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from Sm
Pnuieisco on or about
April 16th, 1887,
And Avill have prompt dbpntch uith
mulls nnd piiFSCiijjeis for the nbove porta.
Por irelght it pnscnRV, hnvlni; SU-
PLRIOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, npply
K7 VM. G. IRWIN Ci CO., ARCnts.
Cnrilii!;o3 at till hours, dny and night.
Saddle Hone, Huggles, Wngoncltes ant
VRIoko Cirfs wltn Btyllsh nnd gentle
horses to let.
A fow Horsey, guniiinlfcd. Stcond
hind Hneks, Open and Top Rugeies,
Carts nnd lfnincs.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 02, or npply to
ilSaffiMS & MAYiEY.
Pacific Gamap Go.
Telephone 419, both Companies.
OrFICE AHD CARRIAGE STAND:
Corner Qnccn ITox-t fcJt.
nro owned by
who will en.
deavor to do
their hist to
biiti'fy their pa-
G. Baker, -J.
: lions by elvillly
"" ; nnd jiowntATii!
CITY CMfMd CO,
Curiier ol'Xiiitauii A: Hotel Sdeols.
MEG UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Cnniugfl Comp'iuy has been re
cently nrgaiued, uud guaranlet's to
furnl-h good eunwynnee?, trtilwc-rtliy
(Irivcis, nnd will make no cMoitlonuio
All t nlU will bo promptly attended to.
STANDARD PHONOGRAPHY !
For tt Course of 8 liC&isoiiB,
Sunicieiit to get tho pupil to reading mid
writing Pnonogrnphy, gO.WO.
For u CoinyJtito Uicinciitury
Of Twcuty.fotir Lesson;, 018.00.
For tlio Itointi-tiii"; oi-ho,
AsunielentnumberofLe sons to make
tho pupil, with proper o.souloin on his
piin, a Pint'tlcnl lltpoitur, $1X. Or.
Reporting Lessons may be taken in
Courses of Twoiily.f.mr I.isobb. for
r?18 per Cmivc. Thren Course?, or
smcntj.two LiSMimi, will geiieinlly suf.
'Ibis iiHtriieliquniiiy bo taken by mall.
'r liniticulais entiuiro ut THIS OP
11 1C 70 J iu
Elocirio House BeHs!
Put ill Stores, Mouscr, ServnntB Out-ho.i-L?,
Bnrglar Alarms !
. . mm. .. .. m
At leatonahlo rates. Por fuilher
(uii unit l.oel(Hultli,
62 I m
Tlio Inter -Island Steam
Navigation Co., LimHert,
Keep cnintantly on lniivl forsiilo
Stcnm family and BJackimith Coal
nnd n general nsoiiutnt of
415 Bar Iron. iy-
lg coluuis, S3 -per annum.