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J. II. Sor-EH, : :
A. M. Hewktt, :
J. W. Hinoley, :
J.Sims, : : : :
: : Hotel Street
Pledged to neither Sect nor Fatty.
But eitallhhed far the benefit of all.
FKIDAY. APRIL 8. 1887.
The Government railroad track on -Uewalk. he saw at a distance two
, ... . !lC !- - .. .i:.,., 'im.
Berclania street, where it crosses
the street, near the Honolulu termi
nus, is dangerous. The approaches
have become considerably depressed
by reason of wear, leaving the rails
projecting above the road. The
wheels of a vehicle strike these
obliquely, and grate along their
sides, damaging the vehicle, shaking
up its occupants and creating a fear
of capsize, and sometimes fright
ening the liorso and causing it to
bolt. There is not a day that there
is not risk of something more serious
occurring. Last night, when the
road at that place was crowded with
pedestrians returning from the con
cert at Thomas Square, the wheels of
:i public express, laden with passen
gers, came in contact with the iron
rails in the way above described.
The horse made a sudden rush for
ward, and tho carriage very nearly
upset. Had not tho driver been
careful and expert, serious conse
quences might have resulted. As it
was, the horse measured the greater
part of one hundred yards before he
could bo fully subdued. Those rails
Hhould cither be removed or the ap
proaches thereto raised in a way to
obviate the danger just now alluded
"EXTRA BILLY" SMITH.
THE NOTED VIKdlNIAN DVINfl AT HIS
HOME IN WAltKKNTOX.
A Washington despach of March
8th, to the New York Ttmes, says:
Ex-Governor William Smith of Vir
ginia is dying at his home in War
renton, Fauquier county, in the
State of which ho was Governor
over forty years ago, and of which
ho was Governor when the war end
ed. Warrenton is tho soeiol capital
of tho district which Governor Smith
frequently represented in Congress
,before tho period of seccessidn.
"Extra Billy" Smith was a mail
contractor with tho United States
Government, nnd had charge of tho
lino of stages for mail transporta
tion from Washington ns far south
as Milledgeville, Ga. His nick
name of "Extra Billy" grew out of
Ids demands for extra compensation.
He was born in 1797 in King George
county, Vn., as "Northern Neck."
While Governor lie was twieo caucus
nominee of the Democrats for United
States Senator, and was beaten first
by R. M. T. Hunter and afterward
by James M. Mason, by a coalition
of tho solid Whig minority .aqd the
Ho was elected Govcruorin 1863
because of his reputation as a fight
ing soldier, won as Colonel of tho
Forty-ninth Virginia Infantry and
.asln-igade commander. Ho was in
Congress when President Lincoln
Aias inaugurated, and challenged
criticism by calling for eggnog,
which ho tlrnnk on tho iloor of the
House of Representatives. lie wns
n member of the Legislature of Vir
ginia in 183C nnd 1810. He was
elected a member of the Twenty
seventh Congress, and repeatedly
Virginians, realizing that tlio close
Of his career is at hand, recall his
wonderful dexterity in politics. He
went to California in pursuit of
political preferment, and, failing, ho
returned to las native state to re
peat old timo successes in politics.
Gov. Smith, Virginians say, was
never a student of statesmanship,
but a marvcloiisly skilful politician in
the direction of his personal ends.
His son, Col. Thomas Smith, is an
ofllcc holder under the present Ad
ministration in New Mexico. An
other son, Austin Smith, was Col
lector of tho Port of San Francisco,
and was a delegate to the Demo
cratic Convention in Charleston in
18G0, nnd in the courso of its pro
ceedings put a pronounced insult
upon Gen. 11. F. llutlcr. Austin
Smith died from n wound received
at Fair Oaks in 18G2.
Col. Tom Smith, the son of the
dying ex-Governor who holds tho
olllce of District Attorney of New
Mexico, challenged nnd fought
Editor Klam of the Richmond Whiff,
when that paper was controlled by
the Mahone influence. Mr. Klam
was shot in tho mouth, and to-day
suffers from his wound more than
from that ho subsequently received
in his duel with Editor Bcirnc of the
Richmond State, who wounded him
in the leg.
Gov. Smith was in "Washington
within less than three months, unci
appeared to be in health. Cheerful
ness and courage were a large part
of his make-up. He canvassed
Pennsylvania for Buchanan in 185G,
at Mr. Buchanan's urgent request,
and made many converts for the
Democrats by his ingenious pleas.
As a politician he was distinguished
more by dexterity than by candor.
As a soldier he was the emblem of
valor, rather than of tactical skill.
'Fall in, Forty-ninth Virginia," will
come back to many a Virginian
soldier as he recalls the rallying cry
to his regiment of brave old Gov.
Major Ben. Pcricy Pooro, who
says he saw the venerable figure of
"Extra Billy" in the Capitol but a
short time ago, tells of an incident
in the old man's career that is inter
esting. Major Poore left the olllce
of the newspaper in which he was
employed one fine day during the
ndiniiiiofrntinn rt Pininntn trf in 1 lm
-i-Canitol. As soon as he reached the
uuiiiiuiomuhuii yii . .v.vk v.. fev. .v. ....-
men in an angry uisputc. incy
clinched and fell to the sidewalk,
and the Major presently found that
the under man was his chief, tho
editor of the paper, while ''Extra
Billy" was on top. By some mis
fortune the editor had gone down
with "Extra Billy's" thumb in his
mouth, and tho Virginian was howl
ing and protesting in very unparlia
mentary languago that that's no
way to fight a gentleman. The
editor hung on, however, until the
by slanders separated the two, and
the combat was forgotten after it
had been tho talk of the town for a
New York, March 15tli. Late
London papers bring interesting de
tails of experiments with a new
electrical instrument called the
phonophoro, which has been designed
by C. Langdon Davis. While inves
tigating the induction noises caused
in telephone wires he discovered the
existence of an electric force which
can be separated altogether from the
ordinary electrical currents, and
which can pass freely through insul
ators .impassable by -the currents.
In exterior form tho transmitter ap
pears to be an ordinary Morse key
mounted on a base about four inches
high. This base contains an instru
ment which somewhat resembles an
induction coil. Tho impulses are
generated in a primary circuit of
improved construction, over which is
wound in place of a secondary circuit
a phonophorc of two wires, insulated
from each other throughout their
entire length and at both ends. Each
of these wires being, however, con
nected at one end only to the tele
graph wires. The plmnophoric im
pulses generated in the transmitter
are regulated in and received by
organ reeds and by means of a new
form of contact breaker.
Recently five pxporimentH were
successfully curried out, as follows:
A phonophorc message was trans
mitted alono from Folkestone to Lon
don, and there received by a working
postolllco universal relay and an
ordinary Morse sounder. Second
A similar phpnopjioro message was
transmitted and received while an
ordinary telegraphic messago was
travelling in tho sumo direction be
tween the stations. Third A phono
phorc message was transmitted and
received while nn ordinary telegraph
message wns being transmitted in an
opposite direction between tho same
stations. Fourth A phonophoro
message was transmitted and re
ceived between .terminal stations
whilo an ordinary telegraph nj,cssago
wns being transmitted between two
intermediate stations; and,li fifth,
phonophoro messages wcro freely ex
changed between terminal 'points
after tho lino had been disconnected
between London aud Folkestone,
aud tho circuit absolutely broken.
S. F. Bullotln.
Pi osperity gains friends, and ad
versity tries them. Dr. Frntifcliu.
i iin imiMttiiti.
The Homo iWics says, a remark
able passage was niado by tho P.
and O. steamer Nizam on her last
trip from Bombay. Tho passengers
who left her at Suez and piocecdcd
overland to England were enabled to
dine in Loudon on the sixteenth day
after leaving India.
TEMPERANCE IN ENCLAND.
According to the Home JVcics a
movement is on foot among tho
members of the Liverpool Ladies'
Temperance Association for present
ing tho Queen with a Women's
National Jubilee memorial, asking
Her Majesty to use her influence to
bring into force a bill for Sunday
closing of public-houses. l)oubt3
having been expressed as to whether
such a petition could be accepted,
Her Majesty has been communicated
with, and she has replied to the
effect that she will have much pleas
ure in receiving tho memorial.
LARGE AND COMFORTABLE
furnished room", cheap. No. 17
Emma Street. (M 2t
MR. GEO. W. HOUGHTALING
wishes all 1)1 'Ib iigaliHt him lo bo
presented at tho Riy llorco Bnloo'n int
Oi:o, W. DkLono Post, No. 45, )
DLPAimi'T ok Camfouxia, O.A.H ,
Honolulu, April 8, 1887. )
Tnere will bo'u special meeting of the
Post this FHIDAY Even In if, nt 7:80
o'clock, to ii:ceio M'ljor It. 11. Hcmler
shot, the drummer buy of llio Knpii.
J. F. Noiile, 1. C.
Adjutant. 05 It
QUARTERLY DIVIDEND OF
'Ihreo l)i liars nor sham will be
paid Ilia sioekholdm of tho Wlldcr's
SU'amlii Co. mi FRIDAY, Apiil IStii,
1887, at thu ofllcs of dm Company.
S. . ROSK.Hcci clary.
Honolulu, April f, 1C87 O'i 3t
New Fashions !
Mr, L. B. KERR
Has received nnd opened up his New
CLOTH GOODS I
Compilsiugii 1 ujjcanil well selected
viirltt 1 1
Trouserinss. CoatinES, etc.
buitiblc for ill Station.
Tin so goods were lolected in England
by Air. Kirr pcrstn ally, anil arc giiiU'.in.
teid to lie of the finest quality.
Mr. ICeri", having seemed tho service
of a KKW CUTTFJI, ho is pro.
pared to l'uini onleis with thu utmost
23 Merchant Street.
AND HOME TALENT
1. Murcli, Reciprocity ..Hawaiian Ilund
2. Inhibition Drill Honolulu Rifles
3. introduction of .Major Hcndmhot,
R. V. Liine, Com. Gio. W. Do
Long Pom, G A. R.
4. Gm'l Grnut'd Favorite Maich..
..Major Hcndcrdliot and Son
C. Vocal Solo: Uoing to Market..
..Miss A. C. Austin; 1'Iuno, illea
0. Gou'l Phi). Sheridan's March,..
, , Major llutklcrtl0i and Son
7. Cornet Solo mid l'iano Accompani
ment... .Mong, MiuiiicU nii'l licrgec
8 Midley: Echoes of thu Night..
. . Hawaiian Rand
U. Imitation of Locomotive pulling a
henry train over tho Sierra Nevada
Mountains en tho O. P. R. R...
10. Resdlnc,, Mrs. E R. Hendry
11. Somj: Tin' Old Fnsbjon White Army
licau.... Major Hondo shot, accom
panied by Ml-s Hopper.
12. Medley: War Recollections. .
13. Honolulu RllliB. Quickstep..
..oiiiji r iiuiiuci'Miot and Son
Vocal Solo: Old Army Hick Call
Conic and gut your Qulniiio lamu
ami lazv Mr.T. R.'KIng and
Imltatlon'Of JJultlc, Intioiliici'ug thu
picket firing, tlu a( ick, t)ju raltlo of
miibketry, lb" ionr of cannon, tho
bursting of shell and tlio ohnrgc, ,
.. Major HomluiHliot
Tableaux: Tlio r Mill of tho light.
Doois open nlT.KOj to commenco nt 8
BY A RE!
ithont incumbiatu'C, n situ-
alinn. Man, good driver and ni lends
horses, g.irdcu, etc. Wlfo, at general
housowoik. Apply by letter, Post Olllce
Rox 175 05 lit
JAPANESE NURSE GHUi TO
look after ono child. Apply to
J. E. DROWN & CO.
A NICE FURNISHED FRONT
room nt No. 4 Garden Lini'.01 1 w
FURNISHED COTTAGE AT
YVulklkl: beautiful shade tree.
and flnu su.i.1) ilhlnj:. Apply to
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpilREE NICE COTTAGES, l'ART
JL ly furnished, and suitable for
housekeeping, arc to kt at Wnikiki.
Apply to ALLEN HERBERT, or to this
5 COTTAGES, In good locality, in
one yard all nicely furnidieil, and
complete for a ledging house. Lease
four yeais and nine months to run.
l'rlco $1103. Rental $40 ,or inonlh. To
the right parlies a ture fortune. Apply
to J. MAGOON,
01 lw Merchant Street.
ONE TRAM CAR AND '.00 FEET
of T HiiIIp, six nouinli tu the foot,
wWi holm ii ml llsli-pliites complete.
Sulla! o f. r Wiiicliouse or i'lniitiillon.
Apply tu IIOLL1STER & CO.
If you want n nice wliiil". get (omo of
5-CENT "YOUNG AMERICA,"
04 lw .Titt iiriivcl.
A SPECIAL -MELTING F THE
Mockliulder- of tint 1'iiritio Si.gir
MI'l will lio hildin.-AlURUAY, tho
Hi hiHt., at 11 n. m., at the oilitc of F.
A. St haofer A; Co., for the purpose of
amending thu Hyc Laws.
Per order, 11. RKN.lES,
Honolulu, April 0, MS7. 0J :!t
BOOTS & SHOES!
LOUIS VDLIDK '
lleg-i to Infm ni the public, Unit lie has
juii returned irom S.iu Krunclsuo, where
lie bolrctcd an
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladles' Fine French Kid Shoc, ,
Men's Fine Roots and Shoes,
Childrtn's Ehg.mt .Shoe?,
and a line lot of
I.VFAXTH' 1IKOXZK SI.UTIlItK.
Oil o. i:i .iiiiniui Street. tin
.ruwt Received !
by link "tfarnnae,"
In ItiirrelH anil Hall" Itnri'clH.
For Sale by
03 3v CASTLN- & COOKK.
MRS. NICOLL begs lo inform tlio
Iricuds and patron ol the Fancy
Pepartmcnt of Miv. Tno. Lack's itoie,
that the reason thu promised sulc ol
lanpy woik did not take ptucQ inn Sat.
urdiiv, wiwon account ot pfiss of work.
Hope to lie' leady with a list of pretty
and useful articles by the first Saturday
Wo also wish lo inform vnu that Miss
Ritchie, recently from theEist.suftcceds
MifH Wobster in charge cf the Fancy
Miss Ritchie has ectved her time nt
ftney woik, and is muster of her trade,
will givo lessons in nil tlio lntast styles
of nuw Ktitches and new itlcis, proinis.
Ing to'glve satisfaction to nil. 1'leato
givo us a call.
Tlio nit of Making Paper Flowers and
Wax Work'fs aildcil to our )lsi of faucy
work, in which logons will ho given.
At tho loivojt figure, of tho finest qun'
Warranted genuine, mndi of the pure
guiuo only mill gugrauted tp stand
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate in quality for any
number of years. Largo quantities ex.
potted eveiy year, by somu ot tho lnrg.
est coinmercinl firms of this oily, to dlt.
feicnl parts of tlio United Suitui and
tlio German Empire,
JIANUFACTUItED AT Till:
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
asMtubiiHiiod in a aim.
Practical Cpnfectloper, l'catry Cook
Hotel, bet. Nuumiu nnd Fort Hit..
Doth Telephones No. 7-1. 01
JOB PRINTING "I "ii kinds oxc
ctitcd nt tho Daily Run. win Olllce
miMuMiMM'iiniririH -frr . "r.-nMiooaOMmMMMwaxt i it nrii.Trrrr wui
mm Steamship Coif y.
TOW BAN ITJIANOISCO,
Thu Al Steamship
Will It nvo Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, April 12th,
For Freight or Pns'ngp, npply to
03 WM. O. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Tlicro arc now registero 1 nt the Ageu.
cy, Rook-keepers, Eugiiiecis, l'l.uit'Ulon
Lutias, Carpi nlur', HostW-is, Cooks,
Hoys, etc., who are seeking employment,
and many of uhom can 1'iiinNh the best
of references if rcqulitd.
Valuable Real Estnlc in desirable
lots for snlo or lease Convenient Col.
tnges t6 let on fnvorablu tonus.
The Old Corner (Nolto's) lor Salo on nil
sonablu tonus. Aiuie chance for in
vts'mtnt. A Lodging Establishment conveniently lo.
cnt"d, pacing luuukoiuciY, to bo'liad
at a bargain.
Full particulars glvm upon applica
tion at the Agency,
No. 33 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Hell Tclt'iilionc II IM. I O. Itox 415.
H, HAGKFELD & GO.
Oiler for tnlo
From the Stndtwcinkcllcr in iiicmcn
10 Cases Wehlcncr Ansleso,
10 " Kiedricher (i'ints),
10 " Nnckenheimer,
10 " Nicrsteinor,
10 " ricsportor.
Daggago Express, 9G.
Stand: Cor. Fort
anil King Sts in
'"fXtr-m-tmlmiHtf' fi"nt of Hammer's
Ilnrtiusi tiinp. All expio-sagc pi(iniit.
Marshal's Notice ol Sale.
N 'HIE SUPREME COURT OF THE
. Hawaiian Islnu Is.
Thomas II. Patixiu-on,
Tin: Bauk Kai.akaua. J
Wlurcas, in certain proceedings in
Admiralty, brought by Thomas II. Pal.
terson, ngalnst tho "Birk Kal.ikaun," n
decree and oitlnr of snlo was nritlo by
tlio Hon. Edwaid Prtstou, Justice of the
Supruue Court, dated:
In pureit nice of said decree I am
directed nnd coirunuiilcd by tlio said
Honorable Edward Preston, Justicu of
tho Supreme (Joint, to sell ..aid hark
Kulakaiu. her boai', tuoklo, appartl nnd
furniture at puL)lc auction :
Therefore, notho is Iicicby gtcn that
tho said imk Ivilakauu, her boutn,
taokie, nppurel nt d funiituro will he
sold nt pubiiu auction to the highest
Saturday, April 9th, 1887,
when sho now Kt.inds nt her moorings
in the stream in the poil of Honolulu.
TERMS CASH. Deeds nt t.tpenso of
JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU,
Honolulu, March 2!l, 187 I "id
II. IIAOKFELD & Co. '
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstinct of Tillo
Fuinlslud, and Convtynnces
Drawn on slim I notice.
Collodion Agoncy...-Mu. .iOHNjOOOD,
Jit., Atiihurlzed Collictor. '
Employment Agency. Mk. F. MARCOS,
Qcnoral Buslnoss Agoncy. No. !I3 Mcr
Hull Telephone- tH. l. . Uox 1 1.1.
FOR SALE !
rNE LARGE LOT. corner Pensacohi
J and Lunalilo Sts, which can ho
illvjdfij Intt two or more liuildlng lots.
Eniiuiio of Q, WEST,
lol Of West, Dow & Co.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X iidveitiso in tlio Daily Bulletin,
0 Cases Kb
Hell Tel. 112. Mutual Tol. 072.
P. O. liox U07.
J. E. BROWN & 00.,
Campboll Block, Merchant St..
Real Estate Aleuts, Etc.,
Oder the following:
Offlco lo Lcl. 1'ri sate office, handsomely
lilted, water couvcnicucu', olo. Putt
of .1. E. Drown & Co.'s picmlsc?, Mer
chant Street; with desk room outsldo
for a clinic. Sultniilo for n notary or
a lawyer. Rent, with olllce furniture,
l'J per month.
To Rent. A CottnRo on Llllha Ht., with
balcony up stnlis, A rooms. Recently
To Rent A 5.room Cottnge, corner Iilliha
mid School sts.l In excilltnl order j
good ijeality; Kent 9UU inoiitli.
Rooms to Ront Fiimislicd in tho Lest
Rooms to Rent. Four very handsomely
furnished rooms in largo home; wnfl
situated on Nuiiauu Avenue. Rent
$tl a month cai.h.
To Lot. Cottage at Walklkl, this sldo of
hong liiidgo. Contains fl coot! rooms,
bath, kitchen, stables, carriage house,
etc.. etc KubtglK). Will bo vacant
on 15th of present month.
To Let. The liousu nnd grounds situate d
in iNiiunnu Avenue, iccenuy occupied
by A. J. Cartwriglit, Jr., Eh. Rent
To Let. A Croonied Cottage, with Car.
tinge House ami Outhouse", Nuiinnu
Avenue, near Oovcrninont reservoir,
above lata Queen Dowager Emma's
place; with iibout 2 acres of laud 2
mllui fiom town. Rent $10 per month.
To Lot. AC-roomed Cottage, wllli kitchen
uuachid ; upper end of Nuuanu
Avenue, oppo-ltu "Valley llnnib," in
excellent outer. Jjiitii nnu water con
venl nces. Rent $1H.
To Lob Shopw indow itli spico behliid,
in oiltccs t ccupicd by J. E. Brown &
Co. Suitable tor Jeweler's hop or
Notary's ofilce. Rent eiy moderate.
Houso and Lot for Sale Very desirable
residence on Rcrctauia Street. The
lioii'o rontains 1 UedrooiiH, Parlor,
lllnlug.ioom, P.mliy, Kitchen and
Iia'hroom, Mosquito prooT. House
new iimiI well built.
Lot 100 by lfiO feet with privilege cf
buying ncM lot. IP be sold cica.
For Salo A charming residence
on Kinnu street, containing U bed
roous, parlor, dining room, kitulu n,
bath, A'c. Garden iiont and back;
tarrlago house, stables and servant's
For Salo. A business (restaurant) hi
center of city. Owner leaving on nc
count oT ill neallh. A splendid chance
for t'iii"g'ic num. For pariit'iilnis
apply to .1 E. Urow'n k Co
For Salo or Loaso -With immedinto pes.
s-esilon, thnt valualiln estate known as
thu NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
situated in tlio Nuuanti Valley. 2J
miles from tho city, and undoubtedly
the inu't eligible silo for n milk or
milk ai d butler daily In thisKiugdom.
'I lie nbove splendid property may lie
had on o;uy teims.
Wanted to Rent. A Cottage, containing
four or five rooms. Must bo in good
locality, Mil iilhin ten tor fifteen
minutes' walk of Post Olllce.
Situations wanted by
, Pal nter J,
And o'her clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
8? Mtrclmnt Street.
HOT I- BUNS
Of tho well-known llr-t-clnss quality of
ininy jcuib' reputation, will bo ready
and delivered lo nil parts of tho city
From 5 n. in., to 5 o'clock li. in.,
Practical Confectioner, Pus try Cook
IS'o. 7X J10rXI3L. HXltiajaT.
Ret. Foit and Nuuaiiu SlrcctH
Both Tciepliones, No. 7 1. C2 8t
Tlio RES T HOT CROSS RUNS tan bo
GOOD FRIDAY, APRIL 8th,
From 5 n. m , until li p. in., nnd will bo
To any nnrt of tho city.
.Send in- your OrdciH Fnrly.
FOR LEASK OR SALE.
rjHIE ROUSE AND LOT AT WAP
JL Mill, ut picsent occupied by G. D.
1'ivctti. Apply ntollloo of
iMo.r i,,JIiCTJI & PEACOCK',
'"- " 2J Nuiinnu sticct.
800,000 TO LOAN!
''PRE undpislgiud liavo Sixty Thous.
J. ami Dollam to loin, in Bums of not
less tlmn one thousand dollars unon
SMITH, THURSTON ft KINNEY,
ICflJtf CO foit Street, Honolulu.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X adverilbojn the Daily Bullmin.
Australian fail Service
fob: max fjeaxcxsco,
Tho now nutl fine Al Meet steamship
Of the Oceanic Stcanuhlp Company, will
bo due nt Honolulu irom hydnoy
mill Auuklttuil o'i r about
April 8th, 1887,
And will lenvo for tlio nbove port with
mails nnd passengers on or uDout that
For fiolL'jit or pasyu'r, having 8U.
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, up ily
WM. G. IRVIN & CO.', Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tlio new and lino Al steel steamship
Of tlio Oct anlc Steamship Company, will
bo due nt Honolulu from Sin
Francisco on or about
. April 16th, 1887,
And will havu prompt dbpalch with
mails nnd t)iuscnj;eis for the a hove port'.
For freight or passage, having SU
PElUOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
t" WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., ARonts.
C irringes at nil boms, tiny nnd night.
Snddlo llorfc", Buggies, Wiigoneltes nnd
Villngo C.irfs wiiu stylMi nnd gentlo
horses to let.
A few Horhes, guarnnlicd. Stcoud
hand (lacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Caits and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telei bono 32, or apply to
Pacific Carriage Co.
Telephone 410, both Companies.
OFFICE AND CARRIAGE STAND:
Corner Queen .So ITort Ht.
In tuls Company
arc owned by
who will en
de.ivor to do
their hist to
satisfy tlicir pa
trons by civility
: C. Buchanan, 129.:
! W. Moore, 200. :
N. Peterson, 201, j
! G. Baker, 89. !
J. Brown, 193.:
N. Doylo, GO.:
CITY CARRIAGE CO,
Corncf nrXuuauii A. Jlotel KtrcetH.
KING UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Carringo Company has been re
cently urgnnis-ed, and guarantees to
furiiMi good i!uiiveyancc, trutwi.rtliy
drivers, and will make no cMortionulo
All calls will bo promptly attended to.
For n Coiu'mu of 8 Lcnmoiin,
Sufficient to got tlio pupil to reading nnd
writing Pnonograpliy, 80 .).
For u Comploic Flcmciitnry
Of Tweuty.four LessoiH, 918.00.
For tlio ItcpitrtiiiK Cofii-He,
A sullletent number of Lo-sons tojuko'
tlio pii nil, with proi'or o.oitions on his
pan, n Pinctlcnl JUjioiter, 7S. Or,
Reporting Lessons may bo inUcn in
Courses of Twonty.fnur Lcsnrs for
18 per Course. Three Combes, or
soicnty.two Ltstons, will generally suf.
'J his Instruction may bo taken by mail.
For paiticiilnrs onqulru at THIS OF-1'JOK-
Elecfrsc louse Bells!
Put in Stores, l'ouses.Si rvants' Out.
houcof, htablov, nnd
At untoiiiiblo latcs, For fuitor
paillculiiH call on
iiii nutl I.ocliwmltli,
Bethel Street, - Honolulu'
"I '" ,,l".V
Tlio liitor-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Kiop conslanlly on linn-1 for salo
Steam Family and Blncktmilh Coal
and a general nssoitincnt of
415 Bar Iron. iy
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
10 coluiiiH, $2 per niiuiiiii,
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