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His Excellency A. Horn will act as
Governor of Oaliu cltirltig my absence
from the Kingdom.
CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
Governor of Onhu.
Office of Governor of Oaliu,
April 11th, 1887. 09 lw
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THURSDAY. APRIL M. 1887.
Retrenchment in the disposal of
the public revenue having been con
sidered, for a long time past, by the
intelligent public, a proper and
necessary thing, the government of
the country ostentatiously announced
this as its watch-word, to the last
legislative session and the one pre
ceding it. Subsequent proceedings,
however, revealed to the most obtuse
the hollownessof the pretensions, and
convinced the most confiding of the
insincerity of the professions. The
Government majority of tho house
took the wink, and went in one day
for the cutting down of expenses all
along the line, with apparent earn
estness, and on the clay following
revealed in tho national treasury,
pitching coin about like worthless
stones, in a similar manner to the
lucky miners in the carJy days of
California, who came down to San
Francisco with their bags full of
gold, and tossed it about the liquor
saloons, to show their contempt for
the "filthy lucre" of which they
possessed so much. By the end of
the session and at the llnal reading
of tho Appropriation Rill, tho tri
umphant majority had shown its
notions of retrenchment by voting a
sum far in excess of tho possible
revenue, no inconsiderable propor
tion being for objects of "sentiment"
and nonsense. This was (tjic worlc
of tho Legislature, of which a maj
ority was on tiic Government side.
What have the Executive done with
the public funds since the Legisla
ture went out of session? The latter
has simply the voting of money,
while the former have its actual ex
penditure. Let us bee what they
have dono in the way of retrench
ment. Much, very much! Who
can deny this? Have wo not the
evidences of it on every hand? They
have gone in strong for tlio saving
clause. They are of opinion that
they should restrict expenditure on
necessary public works, and provide
fully for tho items on the Appropri
ation Sill that would have been bet.
tcr loft off. Ilcnco tlio rctronclimcnt
on ronils, bridges, wlmtvca, nml hnr
bor, which is apparent, while n
party fully equipped and fortiWieil
witli the luxuries nnd dainties of
life, regardless of cost, is rciiL down
to luxuriate under the cocoaiiul
palms of Samoa, and a gunboat that
resembles a Cornish fishing-smack
and is the butt of ridicule for the
town and the strangers that visit tho
kingdom, is swallowing down an
other considerable sum. Thus we
sec tho "coals and candles" cut
down with merciless severity, and
the "turtle soup and champagne"
allowed to run liko water. Wc arc
governed by great men, who lcvcrsc
the order of importance and give the
less precedence of the greater.
While sedulously intent upon sus
pending expenditure in every useful
department, they continue the enor
mous outlay upon works of super
erogation unabated. This is what
it is to be governed by mountebank
"statesmen" with a "policy" that
smells of canting sentimentality and
taro patch mud. A robust butcher
should be sent instantly to perform
sonic operation upon them t Hli his
meat-chopper I Any kind of horri
ble mutilation would bo a comfort
to us nil.
The smallncss of resultant damage
in proportion to the frequency of
runaways on the btrcets of Honolulu
is quite surprising. Carriages and
individuals manage to clear the way
just in time to save themselves. The
narrow escapes and miraculous
deliverances arc numerous. Until
some one gets killed, runaways will
probably continue to be frequent,
and no adequate remedy will be ap
plied for abating the danger. But
the killing is a contingency that may
happen any daj It is absolutely
unsafe to walk tho streets. The
fact is not creditable cither to the
people who have charge of horses or
to the authorities whose duty it is to
protect the interests of the people.
Nevertheless, it is a fact, and a
very conspicuous fact, too. Such
criminal negligence on the part of
drivers, which affords opportunities
to their affrighted animals to en
danger the lives of others, should be
punished by severe penalties. It is
in the province and power of the
police to compel drivers to use
proper means at all times to prevent
their animals dashing wildly around
the streets with vehicles in tow, and
their remissness in this matter is a
criminal neglect of plain duty. Wc
arc sorry that the necessity exists
for again reverting to a subject
which has been so often dwelt upon
by tho Bulletin. But as long as
the evil continues unabated wo arc
prepared to keep up the agitation.
A MANY OFFICE OFFICIAL.
No less than five ofllcial appoint
ments are gazetted in this morning's
Advertiser. There is nothing strange
or peculiar about the number, but
the striking feature of the new ap
pointments is, that they all devolve
upon the one individual, and that
one individual is no less a personage
than tho Attorney-General. To be
sure, the appointment to these num
erous offices is not permanent, but
simply pro tempore, during the
absence of the permanent incum
bents, which may extend over sev
Now, the Attorney-General is an
able man, capable pf filling credit
ably any one of the ofilec3 to which
he is gazetted ; but how ho is going
to fill them all, in addition to his
responsible Cabinet position, is not
easily understood. Ho must bo a
modern Solomon, or a Hawaiian re
production of Cavour. Just look at
Tho first two appointments Vice
Chamberlain of tho Royal House
hold and His Majesty's Assistant
Private Secretary probably do not
involve much attention, only on spej
cial occasions, although to the un
initiated there appears a little in
congruity in a Sovereign's Minister
being also his assistant private sec
rotary. The third named appoint
ment Commander-in-Chief of the
Forces of tho Kingdom is a very
important office. To command the
whole army of Hawaii is as much as
any one ordinary man can do.
Think of it, tlicro is a big salary to
draw at the end of every month 1
Adjutant-General of the Forces of
the Kingdom, comes noxt on tho
list. An adjutant of a regiment is
generally recognized as a pretty
liardworkod man, so it can readily
bo imagined how a man's energy
and brains must bo taxed when
adjutant of tho whole of tho Ha
waiian Forces. The last olllco filled
is Hie Governorship of tho Island of
Oaliu, for which tv stipend is speci
fically appropriated by tho Legisla
ture. Tins is the array of ofllcon
held li.v the noting incumbent, the
responsibility of which one would
think HUlllcicut to turn a man's liair
grey in a night.
Hut here comes up a HerioiTs ques
tion: Arc tho duties of these olllces
so light and easy that one man can
attend to them all? If so, why not
appoint onu man permanently to the
various posts, and pay him a stifll
cicnt salary, having tlio pay of tho
other four? These sinecures arc a
great hole in tho Hawaiian system,
which is perpetually leaking out the
money that might be used to better
SUPREME COURT-APRIL TERM,
JL'SIICK Jt'CULLY, ntK9IMXCl.
Vi:inksda.y, April 10th.
Tlio King vs. Ah Cliui, Akiona
and Tong Hoy, assault and battery.
Appeal from Police Court, Hono
lulu, where tlio defendants were
found guilty and sentenced to thrco
months' imprisonment. Tried bc
foro a foreign jury, who return a
verdict of guilty against Ah Chili
and Akiona, and not guilty against
TnuitsiUY, April Mth.
Mr. Hatch of counsel for tho de
fendants, addressed the Court on
behalf of his clients, pleading for
mitigation of sentence, inasmuch as
lie considered the evidence for tlio
prosecution had been grossly exag
gerated. Mr. Peterson for the Crown,
pointed out to the Court that the
wounds of the complaining witness
had been of a serious nature. It
was two months since the assault
was committed, and even now the
marks were plainly visible. He
maintained, that assaulting a man
who is assisting the Government in
the suppression of crime, is a serious
crime, and the aggressors should be
His Honor, in passing sentence,
said, this was hardly a private
assault of one party against another.
Neither did ho consider it a case of
viciousness. Ho would not increase
the sentence of Ah Chui, but he
considered Akiona entitled to borne
benefit of the doubtful evidence
given against him. He sentenced Ah
Chui to two months' imprisonment
at hard labor, anil Akiona to pay a
find of 8100.
WiHixiMiiw, April 13th.
Ackcrmau vs. Congdou, assump
sit. Argument on a demurer. S.
B. Dole for plaintiff, Ashford &
Ashford for defendant.
at ciiAMiunts imfoiti: juim, c. .t.
In re bankruptcy of J. II. Brims,
Jr. Petition of bankrupt for (lib
charge. The Court granted the
petition. C. W. Ashford for peti
tioner. In re bankruptcy of LuizRodrigo,
petition of bankrupt ior discharge.
The Couit granted the petition. L.
A. Thurston for petitioner.
nr.KOKK mil .iustici: pih&tok.
In re bankruptcy of Jacob Lyons.
Claim of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21,
F. and A. M., amounting to SjGij,
G7, for rent of store and warehouse,
corner Fort and Queen streets, from
October 1st to December 1st, 1880.
The Court rendered an ornl decision
that a discharge in bankruptcy docs
not release a lessee from his cove
nants ; that Lyons and Levey joint
ly covenanted to pay the rent due
January 1, 1887, they arc yet liable.
Tho Court also ruled that the estate
of Lyons is not liable to pay the
claim at all, and so orders. J. M.
Monsnrrat for the petitioners, W.
C. Parke, assignee, in person.
Twenty-thrco persons arc reported
to have been frozen to deatli in
Saxony during a recent snowstorm.
EXTENSIVE CREDIT SALE OF
By order of a Prominent Importing
House I am instructed to oll'cr at Public
Auction, at my enlcsioom on
MONDAY, APRIL 18th, '87
At 10 o'clock a. m.
A largo ami varied assortment of Tailors'
Diagonals, Doeskins, Moleskins,
PLAIN & PRINTED LININGS,
Linon and Cotton DrillB,
And mimcious other Goods appertain-
ing to tho trado.
TeruiN Iithorul, iiikI iiimto Uuown at
tlmo of Hale.
Tho abovoorooll cliolco, Fresh Goods,
manufactured uxprcsly for this market,
to whleh tlio auctioneer calls tho atten
tton of tho Trade,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
10 ill Auctioneer
Fire Police ! Attention !
CI HC BtCll
Aim HKHEBY KE
to attend tlio roirulur
meeting Till: EVENING, 7:.0 o'clock
t-lmrp, at Mechanic Engino Co., No. 2,
Hall By order of Captain.
rmij. jjic.um, Sec'v.
Thursday, April 34th. 10 it
"F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
- utlvcrtho it in tho PaI&y BciAsyw
THE NEW WATCH POCKET.
A good many men do not tippa
icntly know iiow to wear their
watches and wntch chains. II used
to bo the fashion to wear tlio time
piece in tho vest pocket nnd to
droop the chain artistically along
over tho stomach to the nearest vest
button. From that fashion decreed
a little advance, and the chain from
the nearest vest button was carried
along in a graceful festoon to the
farthest vest pocket. All that lias
passed away and the stylo now is
for the masculine vest front to bo
unadorned. A watch must be worn
in the pistol pocket and the chain
must be coiled up in the nearest
pants pocket. This is the only
proper thing. The style is English.
If a man wants to lie correct lie
must wear his watch m this way,
and use colored shirts with while
collars and cuffs. If he does these
things lie will find that whenever
he goes into a billiard-room and
takes off his coat lie will near a
buzz of unanimous admiration. It
is only when a man has his coat off
nowadays that it is possible to tell
whether his watcli is in Ills pocket
or at his "uncle's." Chicago Mall.
The Customs authorities at Tor
onto, Out., have seized as obscene
liteiaturc a largo number, of verbatim
reports of the Colin Campbell
AT A SPECIAL MEETING OP
tlio (Stockholders of tho Honokua
Sugar Company, held this day, Mr.
Julius Hotlug was clecled Vicu.Prct.i
dent for tlio ensuing trim.
Honolulu, April lltli, 1S87 01) t
AT A SPECIAL MEETING OF
tlio Stockholders of tlio Pacific
Sugar Mill, held till- day, Hon. O 11
Bishop was elected Vice-President for
the eimiing term.
H. KEN.TKS, Secretary.
Honolupi, April Dili, 18:17. 00 01
Credit Auction Sale!
By ow'er of MK. L. B. KB Ml, we will
sell ut public auction,
On Monday, April 10
At 10 o'clock a in., tit our salcsioom,
On a Liberal Credit to thu trade,
a largo and varied'assortmcnt of
CJcnt'M Neck Wear,
White &, Colored JLinenx,
100 Single Suit fa !
AND PANTS LENGTHS.
Cejf These goods are "all new, of the
latest pattern:, woro personally selected
by Mr. Kerr, and oiler a flue opportu
nity to tlio tiude.
JSTTEHMS AT SALE.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
0!) -it Auclionccis
ALADV, WITH rillLIHlEN, IS
leaving for tho Coast by the ne.l
trip of tho Australia, is desirous ot meet,
lug with Bomu person who would act as
nurse during Iho oynge. Will pay
all cpeiisis to Sin Francisco. Address
" NU USE," tbis otllov. OS .Ii
MRS. K. M.OLIPHANT,
lias removed to No. t! Wellington Place,
School Street, tlio residence of Mr. A.
Cock tin in, opposlto O. Along, Est.
Will pcrfotm in a TENT
Behind iho Shooting Gallery,
Thursday, Friday & Saturday Nights.
07 til W. II. ALDIUCH, Manager.
THE INT EH EST OP JAMES I).
CAS'ILE In tho firm of Castlo &
Cooke, ceased on tho first Inst. All
liabilities of tlio concern aio assumed
by tlio remaining partners.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Honolulu, April (1, 1837. 01 o oil (it
Y BKOTUEH, W. H. CASTLE,
holds inv ful now or of attorney.
anu will act lor mo m an matters oi
business during my absence from the
Kingdom. J. B. CASTLE.
Honolulu, Api II 0, 1887. 01 o o il 01
For Sale or Lease.
rpiIOSE PUKMISES SITUATED ON
X I unnhou Street called "Kntinnilo.
hla," the propci ty of O. II. Judd, mo for
salo or for lease for a term of yeius,
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OAltnVKiailT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13. 1S80. 1M8
JAPANESE NUItSE GIW, TO
look uftcr ono child. Apply to
07 .I.E. lmOWN&CO.
"OB PRINTING of all kinds oxc
1 cutcd at tho Daily Uulluin Ofllco
General Business A
billed and Unskilled Labor Furnlthed.
Tlicro nre now roglslotcil nt llic Agen
cy, Book-keepcm, Englneero, Plantation
Luna, Cariiimtfi, Hottlori, Cooks,
Hoys, etc., who tiro peeking employment,
and man of whom can l'liriihli tho best
of references If rcrjulml.
Valuable Heal Estate In desirable
lots for fiilo or lease Conveiiiint Cot.
tugos to let on favorable terms.
For Salo. A rnre clianeo for a Haucli
man of small capital is now ollured
for cmh. All the appurtenances of a
thrifty, profitable ranch, horses,
cattle, mule., hogs, fdict p. tools, etc,
etc., necessary for lmm dluto work,
ore on the premiss. L:r Indole mid
full particulars given on application
to tho Agency.
To Lol That very coiiimrdlous home
load known Us 'Pair Vlo.v," onlhe
Hank of Punchbowl Hill; fully ap
pointed In every respect; healthy nir;
magnificent lov; convenient locu
tion. This it 11 taro opportunity lor
u private lanilly to i-ecuro a beautiful
homo on moderate term.
To Let. A conveniently located A room
Cottage with li.illi-ror m and kitchen,
servant's quarter, Mnulu and oin I igo
shed; water laid mij about Jrt ()f n
nillo fiom the Post OH i:u on tho Pn
lnniii rrad. Tho premises lmvo lately
been put in thorough upair and newly
Tho Old Corner (Hollo's) lor Salo on rcn
Boimblu terms. A taio chance for in
vestment. A Lodging Establishment conveniently lo
cated, paying handsomely, to bu'had
Bnt a largnlu.
Pull pnitlculnrs given upon nppllca
lion til the Agency,
Ho. 30 Merchant Strool, Honolulu.
licit Tcicniioiio :jih. v. (. ii ox 4i.-..
-x r ;. kr
o the Ifolcano
The STEAMKK KIN AIT will make
an excuifion to tho Volcano, on
Monday, April I8ih.
Early applications for tickets should
bo nude to Ofllco of
VILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
J. Williams' Photographio Gallery,
015 7t POUT STKEET
JFI. IIAOKFELD & Co.
II you want n nice whlll". get some of
5-CENT "YOUNG AMERICA,"
01 lw Jutt arrived.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Kerords Senrehcd, Abstract of Tlllo
PuiniBlied, and Conveyances
Drawn on Blunt notice.
lit., Authorized 'Collector.
Employment Agency. 31 it. F. SIAKCOS,
Goncral Business Agency. No. ;18 Mer
IScll Telephone MH. P. . ISo v 4 1.1.
NICK FUIiNISIIBD FRONT
mom nt No. 4 Cntilem Lnne.101 lw
DURING MY AIJSKNOK FROM
this Kingdom, Mr. W. F. Allen
will not for mo itmlir full power of nt
lorney. And my tuother. A. Wills, will
o'U'iy on mv business nt iho store nt Pa
hnlu. T O. WILL".
P.ibala, ApiilO, 1BS7. 07 lw
A LL PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS
1 of nny kind ng i!m.t tho undersign
ed aro lieioby notified to pierent iio
s line, prrpeily attested, to Geo. 8.
llouciitaillngHtthoi'Diy lloiso" Fnloon,
on Hotel sticet, Iloiin'ulu, .within six
days fiom this 0th thy of April, 18S7, or
they will bo foievor haired.
G. W IIOIHHITAIIINO.
Honolulu, April I). )gS7. COO (It
!$0,000 TO LOAN I
HPIIE miil'-iMgwil lmvo Klxly'i'lious.
J. an. I Dollni-. in loin, h sums of not
lo limn diii' tlimivaml (Ullnis upon
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY,
IfiflJtr (!C Foit Street, Honolulu.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
JL ndvertlbo iu tho Daily Dum.i:ti,
r. - t'jrfj'J ! . .. y.u
.u . , '
A??!'. ' V. . ',
iil-.'i iiW "' i! JrtMfV.I
FisMates, Bolts & Siite
mtwmm DHUHMimijiji-i)" iiih-l umjmnui'UJWi t
Bell Tel. 173.
Mutual 'J'ol. 072.
J. E. BROWN & GO.,
.(Jaapboll BlocS, Merchant fit.,
Real Estate ApMs, Etc.,
Oiler tlio following
To Lot. Shop In new brb k building on
King fclrcnt, near Nuiinuu, iicU to
Chliio'oNoNflCo.'aoulccH. Kent iy
OJIIco lo Lol. Private olllee, lrimlKrincly
(Hied, water comciilunco, ilc. Pint
of J. E. Drown & Co.' promise, Mer
clianl Stiectj with desk room oulsldo
foraoleik. -Suitable for n notary or
n lawyer. Kent, with olllee furniture,
i per month,
Rooms lo Rent Furnished in tlio lest
Rooms to Rent. Four very linml'onicly
fiunUlii'd ionium in large home; well
situated on hmianii Avenue. Kent
?fi a month each.
To Lot. Tlio house nnd grounds Mttialid.
in iMiii.inu AeniH', icccniiy occupicu
byA..T. Cartwrlght, Jr., Esq. Kent
ery model ate.
To Lot. A Ij.rooiucd Cottage, with Car
ll'igo House anil Outhouse, Kiiuiinit
Avenue, near Oovcrnmsnt rcervolr,
nbovo lito Queen J,5ovngcr Emilia's
place, nilli t bout '2 ncrcs of laud lj
mllci from town. Kent $l(5pcrmniiili.
To Let. Afi-roomcd Ct tinge, w 1th kitchen
attnclud; upper end of Xiiiuinu
Ac:im:, oppnUtu "Valley Homo," in
cvcfllont older. Path anil water con
Mini aces. KeiilSlt'.
To Lot. Shop window w ith Fpueo behind,
in oil e'H recnpled by J. E. Ilrnwn &
Co. Suitable for JewclaiN rhop or
XottuyV ofilca. Kent vciy lnudctatc.
Hotiso and Lot lor Salo. Very desirable
icsidcncc on Dcietunla Stieet. 'Iho
h iio contains 4 lJcdroom, Parlor,
liltiliig-ioom, P.mtiy, Kitchen ami
l'a broom, MiMpillo proof. House
new ami well built.
Lot 100 by 1130 feet with privilege rf
buying ne.M lot. Will tejpM cheap.
For Salo .A charming rcMilcuoo
oa Klnau street, containing 2 lied.
toim-i, parlor, dining room, kitolun
bath, Ac. Garden t'ont nnd hack;
carriage home, stables and sen ant's
For Sale A biisinisi (restaurant) In
center of city. Owner leaving on ac
count of 111 Health. Asj li-ndid chance
for cno'gisiic man. l'or parlioulais
apply to .f E. Drown & Co.
For Sale or Loaso -With luiiuedlnto pos
b('S'.loi), that valuable Oilato known as
tho NUUANU VALLEY KaNCU.
situaiKl in tlio iS'iiuanii Valley. 2J
miles from Iho rliy, and undoubtedly
tlio mint eligible silo for a uiillc or
milk nnd butlei dairy in thisKiiigdom.
'i ho nbove t-plemlM pro orly may be
bud on ensy turms.
Situations wanted by
And oilier clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Booku kept & written up,
'J3 Merchant Street.
HHd. J. i
DURING MY AllSHNOK FROM
tlio Kingdom Mr. Z. K. Myers will
liavo full elrirgo of mv busiiioi".
Honolulu April 11 18S7 07 lw
MRS. NICOLL begs lo infoimiho
lrienda and p.itrnna of tbu Fancy
Department if Mr.'. Tnm. Lack's ttore,
tint tho rcuou tbu piomlsed halo ol
loncy work did not lal.o ptuco last Sat
urilav, was on account ot pris? of work.
Hope to bo lendy withiilUt of pretty
and useful nitlclcs by tlio lii-t Baturdny
In May. f '
Wo iiIm) wish lo Inform vou that MIsh
Rltohle.ircent'y from thuEUt.fcwi-ceds
Mini Webster in charge of tho Fancy
Miss Hlicl.io hos Eoived bci time at
fiiiey wink, nnd K master of her trade,
will (,'rtol. oi s In nil iho ) Ust flyles
of now stltoliunnd neiv idols, liromip
inzjtoglvo KilUiuclKii to all, l'lemo
glvn u-i i. fa 1.
. T.io nit f f Makln; Paper Flowcis and
Wax Work h ndiled to our ll of fancy
work, in which Icboiih will bo given.
0 1 lw
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X ndyeitleo in tho Daily UuxuniN.
f MrntntTiTHmfTTiT f.-,v;. " v , jm a 'j- ., 'i ', ;,? i .1 jw.iftu!i:i5i ; -wrc). ttJ..i.jiVri Aa.tJkk . 'Vvom
l-'Oit VAX FKAHC1KCO,
Tho now nml fine Al Mcel Menuiblp
Of the Oceanic Stcium hip Company, will
be duo nt Jlniioliiiu trom Sjdnoy
nml Auckland on r about
May 6th, 1 887,
And will lenvo for the nbovo port with
mulls and passengers on or nuout that
Kor fiolghl or passage having BU
PERIOD ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. inyfZN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney anil Auckland,
Tho new and lino Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Stcaimhtp Company, will
bo due nt Honolulu from Sjii
Frnnclico on or nbout
April 16th, 1887,
And will lnvo pioinpt dbpatih with
mulls nnd pnsengeta fi r ilie above port i.
For treight or pa'sng', having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, lipply
37 Wtt G. IRVIW & CO., Agents.
At tho lowest figure, of tho finest qual
Warranted genuine1, mndo of tho puro
juice only and guaranted to stand
EXPORT TO AMY CLIMATE
Will not dolcrinrata in quality for nny
liuniber of ye.us. Large qunuiities e
ported eeiy year, by tunie ot tlio larg
est comimici d firms of this city, to dif
ferent pints of tlio United HiUtm and
tlio (jcrninn Lmpire.
jiANurACiuunu at tiiu
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
:KMtal)llKlieil In ISOlt.
Practical Confectioner, Pnutry Cook
Hotel, bet. A'ltunnu and I'ort HtH.
Roth Telephones ITo. 74. 01
BOOTS g5 SHOES!
Regs to infoim the public, that ho has
jiiit returned from San Fiuuclsiio, whero
ho fcclccted an
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladies' Fine French Kid Shoes,
Men's Fine Roots nnd Shoes,
Childien's Elegant Shoes,
and a fine lot of
ixrASTH1 it:;o.vi: niji'I'ihis.
at Xo. i:j xiKiiinu Mtrcut. fiin
imm ww ill
Cairingo3 at all boms, (ley and night.
Fnddlo Ilor, e?, Ruggies, Wagonettes and
Village Girls wltii btylisli and gontlo
liortes to let.
A few IIore, giiruanlecd. Second
liiurl Ilnnks, Open nnd Top Buggies,
Calls and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
King up Telephone 32, or npply to
HlttVES & MAYIiKY.
U11 CARRIAGE CO.
Corner oi'A'uuaim A IJotcl MlvcoU,
EING UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Carrlng'j Compiny has been ro
ccnily i,rgitu)ed, nnd guaraniees to
furul-h good conveyance-', tru-twertliy
ill Ivi'is, iiuil will niiko nocMoitlonato
All culi will bopiotnptly ulleiided to.
COTTAGES TO LET.
npiinnw xin: coti'aoes.paht-
-1. ly iurnUhcd, und Miltnblo for
iioiifckeeplng. aio lo t nt Wulkiki.
Apply to ALLCX HEItllKHT, or to this
rmm.siiHD coitaoe at
W.ilklUI: leautlllll thndn Irrna.
and Pun pea lmthlii:, Apply to
2 w ) . V. CUNHA.
OJIE L.VHGP. I O l rorror boncacola
nml I.i.nnlilo M. which ran bo
ill villi n Inio two or uioro liulldlng lots.
Juiquiio of O. WFHT,
ICil Of Wcbt, Dow & Co.
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