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MONDAY. APRIL 11. 1887.
A NEW DEAL WANTED.
Our two daily morning contem
poraries have been having a little
friendly discussion about the govern
ment of this country, in which
blemishes of the past have been
pointed out anil amendments for the
future suggested, and as they seem
to have got through, each one pro
bably having settled the main issue
to his own satisfaction, with most of
their readers holding some to 0119
side and some to the other, we wish
to have our independent say upon
the general question. Whether either
of our contemporaries will agree with
our notions is doubtful : that neither
of them will entirely, is pretty cor
tain. As to our readers in general,
they, too, can please themselves.
This is supposed to be a free coun
try, where everyone may speak his
thoughts freely, within due bounds,
and everyone is free to endorse or
reject, according to taste. We use
our right in this respect, and are
quite willing that others should do
To begin, tho only use or object
wc can see of a new election of re
presentatives every two years in this
very small commuuity, is to bring
forward a new set of iiieninthoLegis
lature, for the purpose of breaking
up the political cliques which form
nests of corrupt influence. That
the next election will be due next
February is fortunate for tho coun
try, for it will then have an oppor
tunity, if disposed to embrace it, of
turning out, "neck and crop," tho
old set that controlled the legislation
of the last session.
As a general statement, we as
sume all legislators to bo patterns
of integrity, models of honor,
"scrupulously clean," both in their
linen and their legislation, their
persons and their politics; but,
speaking of them in a friendly and
familiar way, as tho Toms, Dicks,
and Harrys of daily intercourse, wo
would only trust them ns for as wo
can see them, and even then only
with an able-bodied policeman close
at hand. Tho fact is, confidence is
one thing, but caution is another ;
and when wo candidly review tho
.remarkable specimens of humanity
that ornamented AliiolanJ JIalo a
few months ago, wo do all wo can in
the way of Christian charity; but
really, however much of iniquity
that virtue is supposed to conceal,
wo find it quite insufllcicnt to
cover that intellectual locality.
Although a new election gives the
opportunity of chosing a new lot of
men, what is tho benefit, with all its
attendant expense and fuss, if tho
old members aro to bo re-elected ?
Wffiyfi&iraBillHH V" m'ii 'm' iii!PiwMBBiWBilli8fF
Ono session's acquaintance-' with the
so-called "national party" legislators
is surely enough to satisfy any rea
sonable admirer of servile place
hunters. They are no doubt very
nico men in their way, but they are
not indispensable. Wo may get too
much of n good thing. Good or
otherwise, many of us think that i f the
whole boiling would evaporate our
happiness would remain singularly
unimpaired. It would b.c a blessed
good thing if they were excluded,
flesh and bones, from the next elec
tion. No doubt can remain in any
person's mind, when reflecting upon
the serious state of the country, that
those men occupy u highly criminal
position. Instead of being elected
to do more mischief, it would be far
mote in consonance with the princi
ples of strict justice if they wcic
sent to trial before the Supreme
Court for malicious libel upon legis
The course of government for
several years past has been a painful
burlesque upon law-making, diplo
macy, and public business, and it
has become clearly apparent to us
all that this silly experiment must
be terminated. It is all very well
to play at soldiers or have a game at
Government. But it must not last
too long. A few ignorant fellows
picked up from the gutter and decor
ated with brumarein from a Cheap
John slop-shop, mayiscrve to repre
sent Members and Ministers for a
few days of liberal buffoonery ; but
the reign of tomfoolery has con
tinued long enough. It was very
good fun for a while, like the Kapio
lani Bath House farce. The planters,
the tradespeople, and everybody
else enjoyed it amazingly almost
split their sides with laughter. In
fact, it has been a perfect fool's
holiday ; but we must now return to
business. Either that, or enquire
for tho easiest means of reaching
some more .fortunate locality.
But the buffoonery has not been all
played by the Legislature. The
Executive has taken a prominent
part. Indeed, tho latter has con
ducted the stage management. To
be sure, special importance attaches
to the Legislature because it holds
tho purse strings, and can, if it will,
formulate and pass sound measures,
and insist upon their being adopted
and carried out, or withhold sup
plies. An intelligent, honest, and
independent Legislature would soon
remedy the defects of the Executive.
Assuming that such a Legislature
can be had, and that the people who
have the choice of their own repre
sentatives are prepared to make up
tho next Assembly of this class of
material, all is plain and easy.
The new set will just have to take
the open platform and go in for
everything that is diametrically oppo
sed to all that has been done by their
predecessors, and they cannot go
wrong. No more definite policy
than this is needed. Here we have
the whole business jammed into a
nutshell. A policy, or principles,
or intentions other than this should
not be imposed upon them until the
first task is accomplished. What
ever the last Pniliament and all the
Administrations of the past four
years have enacted or advocated,
sweep away ; knock it on the head,
and that must be right. Just like
boarding a slaver, every scoundrel
you see on deck is a slave-hunter,
and should havo toko-for-yam. So
in our future legislation, capsize all
that is behind, and pitch tho Lcgis
tors and the Ministers into the har
bor. Then tho way for a better
state of things will be open. These
prclimaries being settled, they can
begin upon tho fundamental princi
ples of tho Constitution, and knock
that properly into shape, first re
scinding alt that ambiguous rubbish
incorporated into it by designing
politicians, anil tlicij make it im
possible for positions of honor ami
trust to be held by persons whose
habits and educatiou rendor them
Finding our allotted spaco very
nearly Ulleil, and pausing for a
moment's reflection, itjoccurs to us
that wo may have been a little too
swccpnig. Perhaps it would bo
unwise, in tho present state of so
ciety, to examine too carefully into
tho character and antecedents of all
candidates for tho public service,
becauso tho country has become so
.corrupt under tho vicious influences
of the past few years, that too
stringent regulations might probably
exclude tho majority of thpso willing
to hold office, which would be a
serious calamity both for ourselves
and our neighbors, inasmuch ns
finding no work for their hands
whero they nro they might thrust
themselves upon tUo community or
carry terror and dismay into tno
peaceful nntl virtuous islands of tho
South seas. What a misforluno
cither alternative 1 Only conccivo
an inundation of our unprincipled
politicians pouring into Samoa, the J
Gilbert Islands, etc., carrying rapine
and destruction into the happy
hoir.es of tho "untutored savage."
Why, the invasion of Western
Europe by liodcric, the last of the
Goths, would bo nothing to itl
A DRUM CONCERT.
MAJOlt IIKNDKKSIIOT OX Tilt: STAG1I.
The entertainment given" at tho
Hawaiian Opera House on Saturday
evening, in which Major It. 11.
llendcrshot, the "Drummer Boy of
the Bapahaniiock," figured as the
principal source of attraction, drew
together n moderately good house.
The programme was varied, and
judging by the repeated rounds of
applause winch followed each per
former, it was thoroughly appreci
ated. The ever welcome Hawaiian
band was the first to appear 011 the
stage, and after playing the "Reci
procity" March, in a masterly man
ner, Major W. C. King marched on
the stage playing a leveille on the
drum, in responsu to which, Major
Ashford, and a quad of Honolulu
Rifles with Captain Ilebbard nt their
head, made their appearance. A
neat exhibition drill, of which the
manual of arms without tho word of
command, formed tho piincipal por
tion, was a military performance, of
which our local volunteers may feel
Conimunder Lainc of the Geo. W.
DcLong Post, G. A. II., appeared
next, and stated that he had been
delegated to introduce Major llen
dcrshot. He iuspcibcd his remarks
with a few witticisms, and also a
few interesting facts concerning the
Drummer Boy's military career,
that put the audience in a good
humor, lie pointed to the drum
which was presented to thu Major
by Horace Greeley, accompanied by
a letter extolling his prowess and
bravery on the field of battle, and
then presented him, in the name of
the Post, with a pair of gold-headed
drumsticks, mado of koa. The Ma
jor thanked the donor, availing him
self of the occasion, to make a few
patriotic remarks, which wore loudly
applauded. The Horace Greeley
drum was then taken up, and 14)011
it was played General Grant's
favorite march, accompanied by Mr.
llendcrshot, Jr., on the fife. Rap
turous "applause elicited an encore,
the drummer rendering "Matching
through Georgia" in telling tones.
Miss A. C. Austin, accompanied
by Miss Hopper on the piano, gave
a pleasing solo entitled "Going to
Market," fully deserving an encore,
which was not awarded. Another
passage on the drum entitled "A
Life on the Ocean Wave."
Mous. C. Michiels next gave a
cornet solo, Duhom's Fantasia, ac
companied by the full band. An
encore was demanded, to which the
coinctist modestly re-appeared and
made a bow, but a repeat was in
sisted on and accorded, the last few
bars of Duhem's masterpiece being
given, IT11I hlieridairs .larcli was
rendered on tho drum, followed by
the "Imitation of a Locomotive,"
the "Honolulu Rifles Quickstep,"
and then the "Imitation of a
The Saxophone Quartctto was re
ceived with favor, as alio was a
reading by Mrs. C. II.- Hendry.
The final tableau, "The Result of
the Fight," was imposing and awe
stirring. This afternoon, Major llendcr
shot gave an entertainment at the
Rifle's armory, for the benefit of the
school children who attended in
large numbers. This evening an
other drum performance will be
given at the Opera House, the part
proceeds of which will be given to
the Strangers' Friend Society.
ANOTHER JUBILEE CELEBRATION.
On the 23rd of April, 1837, the
bark Jones, Captain John Doininjs,
arrived in Honolulu. Captain Po
niinis was accompanied by Mrs.
Dominis nnd her son John Owen,
now familiarly known ns "Tho Gov
ernor." Mrs. Dominis is still in
good health, and on the 23rd of this
month, next Saturday week, the old
lady will be glad to receive her
friends at Washington House.
The Band will play the following
programme this evening at 7:30
o'clock, nt tho Hawaiian Hotel, tho
concert being specially complimen
tary to W. Shcafo, Esq., and ladies:
Mjirch Wc)co;uo Faust
Overture French Comedy fteln
Walt Southern Jlrpiyo MeMor
Selection Nnbueco Verdi
Saxophone Qunrlctl Ala lllkl Mai
Medloy Yo Olden Tlmci liuyer
Finnic Ulgolotto Vurdl
Gavotte bw eethcari llurald
Quadrille Mikado Sullivan
(star Spangled Uaiuicr,
Go4d bavo thu Queen,
DURING MY AHSKNOB FltOM
the Kingdom Mr. 'A. K. Myers will
havo full charge of my buslnens.
JOHN JI. SOl'KIt
Honolulu April II 1P.S7
DUHING 31 V AJiSBNOi: FROM
this Kingdom, Mr. W. F. Allen
will net for mo under full power of nt
torncy, And my brother. A, Wills, will
carry on my business at the storo nt Pa
linln. 'IV 0. WILLS.
Pallida, April 0, 1037.
Special services were held at the
several Churches yesterday, cele
brating tho Rcssurrcclion of our
Savior. At the
HUMAN CATHOLIC CATIII'.DUAI,,
there assembled large congregations,
composed principally of Hawaiians
and Portuguese. After High Mass,
the rite of Baptism was adminis
tered to several infants tuid adults,
and during the afternoon, the
Bishop of Olbn confirmed several
church members. The St. Louis
Band joined in the musical part of
the service. The
iii:rin:t. iwiox ciiuiton
an interesting service in which the
Sunday School Children took the
principal part, was a specialty at
Hie JJctliel Union.
Faster Praise Service was held in
the morning, drawing a full congre
gation. The floral decorations
around the reading desk, platfoim,
and orchestra, were tastefully ar
ranged and emblematical of the
occasion. Professor Yomdley di
rected the musical exercises, which
were elaborate and appropriate.
ST. ANDItnW'S CATHI'.nilAI..
At 0:30 a. ji. tho Easter Services
were ushered in with n choral cele
bration of the Holy Communion.
Their Majesties the King and Queen
were present. At 7:30 there was
another celebration. The 0:30
service was largely attended, a
numbers of sailors from 11. B. M.'s
ship Caroline forming part of the
Another large gathering took
place at 11:15 a.m. The musical
portions of all the services deserve
especial mention. A further ser
vice was held in the afternoon by
the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh.
The evening services wuie held at
the usual hours, nt the last of
which the anthem "He is risen"
was effectively rendered by Mis3
Bertha von holt. The decorations
of altar and font were profuse.
'..' V ii. . '. 1 i
RS. K. M.OLIPHANT,
T.m! !' Nuroc,
tins removed toXo.it Wellington Place,
School Street, tho rc-ddemin of Mr. A.
Coekbnni, opposite O. Afoug, K-q.
LOOK I LOOK
licmcinhor the Grand Eulcitaiumcnt
To-night, April Ilth
at t UK
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE,
The Drummer Hoy of the llappa.
Assisted by the Best Talent in Honolulu.
Rc-ervcd n-.-ils can bo prneurid nt .1
K. IJKOWX A' ( O'S, 23 Merchant Street
(Campbell Hlook). '
GO AND TAKE YOUR CHILDREN.
rr 11 13
Will perform in 11 TENT
Behind the Shooting Gallery,
FORT ST MEET,
Thursday, Friday cVSaturday Nights.
07 td '. If. ALDHIOH, Manager.
BY A RESPECTABLE MAN AND
wifi-, wilho 1 incumbrance, a .situ,
ntion. Man, guod driver and at tends
horsey girdon, ele. Wile, as general
hmiMjwoi k. Apply by letter, Post Otllee
Box 475 03 !)t
A JAPANESE KUItSE GfUL TO
look ufti r one child. Apply to
AKUnviHIini) COTTAGE AT
Wnlkiki; beautiful nhado trees,
and line soa.b.ithlug. Apply to
100 S!w Jv. a. OUXIIA.
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpiIKEE NICE COTTAGES, 1'AUT
JL ly fin nl.sliL'tl, and t-uitnblu for
housekeeping, aio to lit nt Wnlkiki.
Apply to ALLEN HEKBERT, or ti this
5 COTTAGES, In eood locality. In
0110 yniil all nicely fuml-died, and
complete for a lodging homo. Lento
four yours and nluu months to run.
l'rleo $001. Kentnl $10 ror month. To
the right parties a mho fortune. Apply
to .1. MAGOON,
01 lw Merchant Street.
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHGE I.QI", corner Pensncola
and I.uunlllo t;i, which ran ho
iiivimiii iiiio two or nioro milium; loti
Kmiulio of G. WEST,
Of West, Dow ir Co.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
riMIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
X klki, at present occupied by G, D,
r roein. Apply at oiiico or
HEETII & PEAOOOIC,
TOB PRINTING P nil kinds exc
O gmed at the Daij.y Htomw Office
Skilled anJ Unskilled Lobar Furniclicd.
There nro now rcgisleR1 1 nt ihu A gen.
cy, IJimk-kccpcii, Hnyinier, 11 intnt inn
Lunns, Cnipt'iiU'i -, JtoMleir, Conk",
Hoys, etc., ho mo reeking employment,
and many of whom run I'tirnMi the host
of tefcrr-nret If reipilKd.
Valuable Hi at Estate In de?lrablo
lots for talo or lease Convenient Cot
tage to let on favorable terms.
For Sale. A mro chanco for a Hunch
mm i f small capital Is now oflcrid
for ta'h. All the appurluiiaiiris of a
thrifty, pioflmhlo ranch, hnrne?,
cuttle, inuliM, linigs, hc(p tools, etc.,
eli'., ncccs-ury for Inunidlnto work,
nro on the premises, faludtilo and
full pnrtloiilnis given on application
to tho Agency.
To Lot. A conveiilciiilv located 4 room
Cottage wllh htth-iorni mid kliehen,
seniini'rf quartere, slnblu nnd oirringe
shed; w nter laid on; about of a
mile from the Post OH ce mi thu Pn.
Iain i nnd. Tho premises have lately
been put In thorough up iir nnd newly
The Old Corner-(Nolle's) lor Salo on na
Bonnhlo terms. A in o chance for In
vis'muit. A Lodging Establishment conveniently 1.).
eat.Ml, paying handsomely, to be'hail
i't a bargain.
Full pnrtiei'l uk givtu upon npplira.
tiou al the Agency,
No. 38 Merchant Street. Honolulu.
Hell TeIc:lioii IllW. V. O. Itnx-J:3.
o the Volcano ! !
The STIIAMEIt KIMAUwill make
nn evasion t i the Volcano, on
SVionday, April Ilsh,
K'lil.N applications for tickets should
be made to Ofllco of
WILDEH'S STEAMSHIP CO.
J. Williams' Photographic Gallery,
OtlTi FOUT STHEET
BOOTS & SHOES!
lien to iiifo.'iu the puhlii', Ihnt he h:u-.
jit it leluiui'd Irom Hm JM.iucta'o, where
he teliettd in
Elcgani block of Boots & Shoos
LadicV Finn Frenih Hid ijlmcs
Men'.s Finu ISuois mm rilmiK,
Chiltlrtu'rf Eh'fcMul Hhoe,
and a tine lot of
!Xi'A5W Jtitoy;i: siiiair.:ts.
M .'Cu. ii! .Vniiaiiu Hlfi-eel. lin
v Haggano Lxprcsi, Uli.
Ilnrni'v Hiop. All expio.ua go prompt
lynt tended to at leiitonable riiio3.l0!)1m
mokers I Attention I
II jou w.iul a nice whlll', act mmho of
Chas. T. Guliclc Notary Public
Hccords Sonrrhi'd, AhMiiict of Title
Fuinlhlitd, nnd Onuviyai,ei
Drawn on s-hnit notice.
Collodion Agency. -Mil. .1011 N GOOD,
Jit , Authorized Collector.
Employmonl Agency. Mil. F. MAItCOH,
Genoral Uusinos. Agency. No. :i8 Mei
Hell Telephone ISIH. S O. 3:n.lir..
NICK FUHNIS1IIJI) FKONT
loom at No. -I Garden Liue.011 w
A LI, PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS
I nl niiy kindi't'diisi iheumlei.-.iii-td
nro heieby notlllul to pic.M'tit tho
siiiio, propm Jy niliMul, to Geo. a.
HoimhlMlliue; nt tho "11 ty lloiso" .Saloon,
on Hotel sweet, Honolulu, within six
days liom this Oth d ty of April, 1887, or
they vill be forever, burred.
0. W. llOUUHTAli.ING.
Honolulu, Apillii, 1837. COO (It
A QUAHTE11LY DIVIDEND OF
xV. Tin i-i) Di.lhns por hIiiimi will ho
paid thu Mnokliolduy of t() Wlldcr'
HtemnMilp Co., on Fill DAY, Apiil l&th,
18S7, at Ihu olllco of tho Conipimj.
,S. II. IIOHIC, Hccrelnry.
Ilnnolijlu, Apt lit', lfc87 03 Jit
.UO.OOO TO JiOAX!
nllZ undeioleiiid have SI.My 'ITious.
JL and Dollar to In in, in sums of not
leas than ouu ihoiisnnd dollaia npnii
HM1TII, TTIUHSTON Sc lvl NNEY,
ICllitf HO Foit Street, Honolulu.
: YOU VVANT A SERVANT,
tulvciTlEo iii tho Daily Uullutin.
a r- iVT" t . . rM -i. T u . i. a.. -. u. -
ITIi WHfliiBUiY'.iiiirfii'fc iir Ti ii p tjfiiwTr I
JS3l03sJ3N, Stand: Cor. Fort
fTPifeSrtL nail Ki'iL' Wfc. ill
:r. i.A.rA"tJ frnni. of H.immir'fi
Hell Tel. 172.
Mutual Tel. 072.
O. llox 107.
Campbell Bloc;, Movchiinl St.,
Boal Estate Apb, Etc.,
Oder the ft liowim;:
Olllco lo Lc!. Prlwtto offlic, handcniicly
lilted, water ci,nvenlfncos etc. I 'ait
of ,1. JO. lliovui i; Co.'s piomisci, Mer.
chatitHtieet; with disk room ouisldu
for a eleik. Httitablo- for a notary or
a hiwyoi Itcut, with ofllco fnmltuie,
$tJ per month.
To Rent. A Cottnnjo on J,l!lha St., with
halcony up slalis, -1 looms. Kciently
To flonl A C-iooin Cottage, corner LUIhu
and SjcIiooI fcts'.l In excellent order;
good lucallty ; Itont l0 month.
Rooms lo Rcnl Fornlsheil in the Lest
Rooms lo rienh Four very hiiiiiUoinely
fiiiuhhed tooiiM in largo lioutc; well
Minuted on iiuauu Avenue. Kent
$l" a month euch.
To Let. Cottage nl Wnlkiki, this i-ldo of
Long llildgo. Contnliisfigooj-oouiH,
bath, kitchen, sltihle.i, euriiiigc house,
etc.. etc Jlo t ijUO. Will l,u vacant
on lflth of prisciil uiduih
To Let. The house and gioiimlKllunld
in Nutiaiiu Avenue, tccenily occupied
by A. J. Canwrlght, Jr, Esq. Kent
ery model ale.
To Lot. A fi.roomed Ootlage, with Oar.
lingo Hoesc mid Out Iioujc-, Niiiianu
Avenue, nu.tr (jovuiiimaiil le-ervolr,
iihovo litj (Jureii Doagrr KnmuiV
place, wilh i bout 2 m-ro? of laud 'JJ.f
mile fium town. Kent :?1G ermoiilli.
To Lei. A fi.roomed Cotlarje, with kitchen
aitueliLd ; ujijior end of Xuiiiinu
Aveutie, opposite " Valley Home," In
ctckilvut cider. L'ath nnd water con
votii nee. Itont SKS.
To Let. Shop window with picc behind,
In oilmen leenpicd by J. J!. Lirown k
Co. Suitable, lor Jewclci'd rhop or
Notaiy'rt olllco. Itent veiy moderate.
House and Lot lor Sale Very dcMiable
icsldciiee on ItcretHllia Street. The
hmuo contain -1 UcdrooiiM, Parlor,
L lolug-room. i'liniry, Kitchen and
Un lnooiii Mosiiulto proof. Houso
niu u .(1 well built.
Lot Kill by ICO feet with privilege cf
boyiug nest lot. JI7 be sold chcaj.
Tor Salo A dimming residence
on Kiimu Htieel, couiaiiiiug 2 bed.
ioi in-, paijnr, dining mom, kltelu n,
bath, Ae. Garden 1'Oiit nnd back;
mrrlngo hou-ie, stables aifd servant's
For Salo. A buMncsj (restaurant; In
center of city. Owner leaving on ac.
count of ill lie.'illli, Asplcndhl diaiicc
for eim;gv'h: man. 1'or panleiilais
ajply to J E. IJrown &, to.
For Sale or Lcaso -Willi Immediate pes.
M'.-iion, that valuable citato known as
the KLUANU VALLEV ItANCH.
situated in tho Xiinanu Valley. 'ii
mlle-i from thu eiiy, and uiidoubtcdly
Iho iro t eligible sito for a milk or
mill; ai.d but'erdulty In this Kingdom.
Tlic above splendid propony niny be
had on e.ify term?.
Wanlcd to Ron!. A Cottage, rnntiiining
fouror live loom-. Must ho in good
loa'ily, i n 1 within tin or fifteen
minuted' walk of PoM Ofllc.e.
Silimtions wanted by
Pal nt civ,
And o her clas-cs of huli.
Custom House Brokers,
I3ooka lcopt & written up,
Dsa. Kma a
At the lortcH'llgure, of tho finest qual
Wiiunultd genuine, iiindi of Iho pure
glulco only and guaraiiled lo stand
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not dcicilor.ito in qiiiillly lor any
uuniberof yeaiM. Ldrgo (piantiticH o..
poited cveiy year, livhoine of tho Inrg.
est com mi rial Mini of this ollv, to tilt.
fereni pruts of the United Hales and
tho tJeiiuiin Empire,
M.Ni:rA;ri;itKi Ar ri in:
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
.iostiiiiirtiM,ii in jsi:j.
l'raciical Confeelloner, Pnatiy Cool;
Hotel, int. Miiuniiu and Vuvl HIh.
Boili Telephones No. 7-1. 0 1
RS. NICOLL bl!M lo Inform llin
-t'JL iriendu ami patron? of tho Fancy
Deji'iiliiicnt (.f Mr?. Tmn. Lack's ttoie,
i. .i.i mu , i-.is.un ihu prouuseu hiuo ol
inipy wo.lidld not mko place last Sat.
iiidni , was on account ot priss of woik.
Hope to bo i ciuly with a list of pretty
iiiiil iif-cful iiillflo;) by the llr.-t Saturday
in May. '
Wo also wish to inform von that MUh
Iutchii',iecently from tlieEist.Miiwecds
MlfB Webster in oliargo cf tho Fancy
Miss IMtchiu has horved her lltue nt
fiuoy woik, and is master of hor tiaile
will ylvo rtssoim In all iho Intust biyles
of nuw Mltclus and now iduis, pioiuii-.
Iiitf to givo satlslnction lo nil. I'leato
glvu us n call.
Tho oil. of Making Paper Flowern and
ux Vork Is added to our list of fancy
work, la which le-ons will ho given,
TF YOU VVANT A SITUATION
X ndverlltojn iho Daily Huu.iun.
J. E. BROWN & 00,
Tlio new and line Al tied steamship
Of the Oci"iiilo.SteaiiuliipCoiiipiiiy. will
bo duo al Honolulu Irom Sjdi'cy
and Auclihiiid o!i 'i- about
May 6th, I887f
And will leave for the above poll wllli
mails ntnl pniscugets on or iioout ihnt
For fie'ght or passage, having SU.
PEHLOIl ACCOMMODATIONW, apply
WIJ. G. 1EVI1I it CO., Agtnls.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and Jlt:e Al i-leel steamship
Of tho Oceanic BteaniMilp Coinp.my, w ill
he due at Honolulu from S.ui
Francisco on or about
April 16th, 1887,
AmrTvlll have piompt dhpateh wilh
tntiiUiiiid patseiigeisfi'i' Ihcabovo port'.
For ireight or puffiig.'. liavlng HU.
PKUIOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, l.i.plv
1:7 VH. G. IRWIN & CO., ARCuts.
FOJJ SAN FIIANCISCO,
AVill have Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, April 12th;'
A.T xoo?;. .
l'or J'Telght or lV.fur.gs, apply to
0-IWM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Cirringet at all hnuis, diiy and night.
Saddle Iloife", Huggien. Wngonpltci and
Vilhige Ciit, whn mylMi and gentle
hoes to let.
A few Hoisc.-', guaranteed. Second
Iiiuid HncVs, Op n and Top Uuggies,
Cuts and Hiirnek bb '
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Iling up Telephone 112, or apply f,
:?3IO')M & HAYIilBY.
1.1 -1 ly
Tolepliouo 410, both Companies.
OFFICE AND CARRIAGE STAND:
Corner- Quoeu As Xorl; .St.
in tnls Company
nro owned by
who will en.
(leaver lo do
their beat lo
nullify their pa
trons" by civility
C. Buchanan, 120.
W. Moore, 200..
N. Poierson, -201,
G. Baltor, tiO.
i. Brov;n, 103,
N. Doylo, GO.
CiTY SAWGE GO.
Coiner ot'Xuuniiii & Hotel MlieelM.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
Thin Cnnlagj Company has been re
cently iirgiuii7C(l, ami guaiMiilees to
furni-li- good eoiiyeynnciH, truslwuthy
driveiB, iiii.l will inaKc no eMoitlonato
All calls will ho promptly attended to.
STANDARD PHOPJOGRAPHY !
Siillleleiitlogot Iliu pupil to reading and
willing Pnoiiogrniliy, 8.0.
For u C'ouiile(u lOIciuctitnry
Of Twniiy.foiir Lcflion. fl1 )l)
Vov thti ItinortiiiK ConrNO.
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f R.GEO. W. HOUGHTALING
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-' IV toiuniB. y pur uuutim,
ii-i i'""r ee iion on' is
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