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"fT& T PfS
Ills Excellfn y A. llwa will act in
Governor ol OjIiu 1urlng my .'ibitnce
from the Kingdom.
Cl'KTIS P. IAUKEA,
Governor of Oaliu.
ODlce of Governor of Oaliu,
April lltli, 1887. 00 tw
BISHOP & Co., BACKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islamic.
Draw Exchango on tlio
Bank at Cnlliferuin, H. F.
And tholr agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, IIONQ K0N0.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The llankof New Zealand: Auckland,
Okrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact n General Banking Business.
Publishedbout thoEndand Middle
of eaoh Month.
Contains 40 Columns of Interesting
News Relating to the Var
There Is no better publication for
tending to friends Abroad, nor is there
any better medium for advertising any
special line of business that may ibpend,
in part, for its Mipport, upbn foreign pa
tronage. These Summaries go to all
parts of tliu English-speaking world,
and the di m nd for them Is constantly
Subscription, including Postage lo Foreign
Countries, $2.50 per Year.
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo had fiom
J. II. Son:ii, : !
"a. M. Hnwi.TT, :
J. W. HiNOi.r.Y, :
J. Sims, : : : :
! : M ci (.-hint Street,
: : Hotel Street
Pledged to ntithf r Sect nor Party,
lint tttalllilcd for tbo bentSt of all.
TUESDAY. APRIL lfl. 1887.
A READABLE PROGRAMME.
"Whoever hud the responsibility of
the printing for last night's enter
tainment at the Opera House, is to
be commended for having furnished
the audience with a readable pro
gramme. This being an exception
to the general rule, is noticeable.
The programmes usually provided
in that place of amusement are
scarcely better than none at all, to
persons in the back pint of the hall,
because of their being printed in
type so line that they cannot bo
read unless in a good light. The
fault is generally not tho printer's,
but the person's giving the order,
who, in nine cases out of ten, insists
upon the use of fine face and unread
able type. The person ordering
last night's programmes, cither se
lected readable type or left it to the
choice of the printer, who had the
common sense to choose wisely. It
was easily decipherable in all parts
of the house. Let us hope thnt the
commendable example will be in
variably followed in future. A
printed programme i for tho bene
fit of the audience ; but if the audi
ence cannot read it, what benefit is
it? None whatever. Hotter save
ANOTHER LICENCE FEE.
Yesterday wo took occasion to ex
press disapproval of our licensing
law. To-day our attention has becnj
called to the fact that the ladies ami
gentlemen who so generously gave
their time and talents, without com
pensation, to entertain the public
lajjt night nnd to assist the cause of
benevolence, had to pay a licence
f co of 86 fnr tho privilege of doing
so. Such is law iu tills kingdom.
Or wc suppose it is, otherwise the
fee would not bo demanded or paid.
Do the churches como under tho
same legiilitiou, and arc they re
quired to take out n liccnco and pny
tributo to the government every
time they hold servico? It is quite
as jusl niifl reasonable to levy a tax
in llio one enso ns in the other. The
moro one learns of the lnws of this
country, the more lie discovers of
narrow prejudice and childish stupidity.
The kingdom of Ilnwnil lms a
constitution a written constitution
and is supposed to lo povatnod
by a constitutional government.
But the government is never troubled
with over-nice conscientious scrup
les about keeping within conptitu
tional boundaries. If the constitu
tion seems to favor the government
wish, why then the constitution is
quoted and lauded and followed
with a urcat sound of exultant
voices. When the constitution
seems to be on the other side of the
question, the constitution is ignored,
or politely requested to take a back
seat, or unceremoniously sent
straight to the dogs. It is only
when the constitution is "in accord"
thnt it can lie admitted into the
counsel-chamber. "When in opposi
tion, it hns to stand out side the
door, in the hall-way, until the
business is over. Perhaps the gov
ernment is tinablc to understand tho
constitution, or succeed in under
standing it in a peculiar way, and
hence this in event treatment. No
wonder if such is tho case; for our
constitution is, unfortunately, a
poorly constructed document, leav
ing out sonio things that ought lo be
in, and taking in some things
that ought to be out. Its
English is of the kind that
is given to school boys as "bad
grammar to be corrected." Its in
tention may be good the very best.
Hut the sheet anchor of a people's
rights and liberties should be made
of better metal than the best of in
tentions. It is in somo places in
definite, in some ambiguous, and in
others contradictory, perhaps. Talk
about "a coach and six" driving
through it, why all the coaches and
horses in Honolulu might dash
through some of the openings abreast,
without the slightest danger of
touching the sides. Thus, it is
rather accommodating to a govern
ment of lax notions. It was ap
parently framed by men utterly in
capable of comprehending the great
principles of constitutional law, and
is a "magna cliarta" which is not
entirely lilted for the purposes of
liberty, advancement, and civiliza
tion. If this be a correct cstimato
of our constitution, which is the
fundamental law of tho land, it
needs doctoring by an intelligent
legislature. Dare wc hope ever to
get a body of men together equal to
BLOW OFF OUTSIDE.
Those who go to the Hawaiian
Opera House on occasions of public
entertainments, to see, hear, and bo
amused, have a grievance against
others who apparently go there to
talk, make a noise, nnd bo an aiw
noyancc to others. People of tho
latter class frequently station them
selves in the back part of the hall,
near the door, and keep up a per
petual clatter of voices while the
performance is in progress, eo that
quiet people who sit a little way in
front and arc intently listening to
cateli what comes from the stage, arc
often unable to hear a word, onty
from behind. Then if something in
tho performance should occasionally
gain their attention, and they make
up their minds they would liku to
seo or hear it repeated, they set into
rattle their walking-sticks and boots
on the iloor, and kick up n racket
that smells strongly of rough breed
ing. AVlien the noisy fit seizes these
gentlemen, whether in their tongues,
sticks, or boots, which it often docs,
it would be more considerate of
them to adjourn to tlio open street
for a few minutes, and there "blow
off" the accumulated tjtcnin. This
would be showing- proper respect
nnd consideration for tho feelings
nnd rights of decent people inside,
only there might be some danger of
their being "hauled in" ns disturb
ers of tho quiet of tho night. The
spectacle of fast young men making
fools of themselves on the wharf at
the departure of the Australian
steamers once or twice a month is
quite diversion enough in that line.
The same thing sandwiched in be
tween a half dozen times at the Opera
IIouso is rather too much nauseat
ing and surfeiting.
MR. EHRLICH'S STATEMENT,
Kditok Uijmxtix: I desirn a
small spaco in your columns to cor
rect a statement in yesterday's
Advertiser, which is calculated to
create a wrong impression, respect
ing my interfering with a receiver.
I would say, that after the dissolu
tion of co-partifCrship between Mr,
H. Oolien and myself, on the 10th of
February Inst, the bool;3 of S.
Cohen & Co. showed outstanding
accounts owing to S. Cohen & Co.
by sundry patties, which debts wero
to bo paid to vrie, I being account
able for micli monies collected to S.
Cohen & Co. 1 left Honolulu for
San Francisco on February ICth,
and durinc mv absence, on the 2-Hh
of February, the Court appointed
Miv Godfrey Brown, receiver for
the eslate of S. Cohen & Co. Dur
ing my absence, my attorney, Hon.
Paul is'cuinnnii, asked theCouitto
appoint a receiver, us lie could get
no settlement from air. uoiicn. cur
ing my absence ccrtnin monies were
disbursed heie for account of S.
Cohen & Co., from monies collected,
and also some money paid byine in
San Francisco on the same account,
not knowing that a receiver had
been appointed. On my return to
Honolulu 1 received notice from Mr.
Brown that lie was appointed re
ceiver, and to hand over to him
monies in my possession belonging
to S. Cohen & Co. 1 immediately
complied witli the order by having
a statement made of the account of
S. Cohen & Co., Justly deducting
from amounts collected by me, such
amounts paid out by mo for S.
Cohen & Co. 1 took this statement
to Mr. Godfrey Brown, the receiver,
prepared to settle by turning over
to him all the monies in my posses
sion, as shown by the said state
ment. But he refused to take such
settlement, demanding of me all the
monies collected by me for account
of S. Cohen & Co., and not allowing
mi' back monies paid out by me
for S. Cohen & Co. On my appear
ing before the Court, it was shown
that there was no contempt of Court,
and furtheimore the Court did allow
me to deduct certain monies paid
out by me. S. Ehui.icii.
THE PRISON-CELL PUZZLE.
A coi respondent recently sent us
the following piece of reprint, which
lie believes to be the coirect answer
to the prison-cell puzzle. AVo would
inform him, however, that he is
mistaken. The key to the puzzle is
found in the wording of the problem.
The prisoner is sitpposid to be con
fined in veil JSTo. Z, and is required
to enter every cell. The enlerimj
process commences sulmeqncnt to the
incarceiation, and therefore the first
cell has not been entered until he
returns to it. Following is the
answer above referred lo, which is
here reproduced by special request :
During the past two weeks tnu
Query Department has been over
whelmed with solution-? of the great
prison-cell puzzle, not one of which
complies with its conditions. Neatly
every one of these correspondents
hays, iu so many words: "I have
done it; here it is," and incloses a
diagram showing how he has done
it, or rather that he has not done it
at all. The same way to get around
the obstacle iu the way of solution
seems to have struck them all, nnd
they have uniformly stolen a slight
but very vital departure from the
terms, and cajoled themselves into a
belief that they have achieved a
triumph. The proposition is that it
prisoner is placed in the corner cell
of si prison containing six rooms, of
six cells each. Kvcry cell opens into
all the other cells adjoining it, by a
door in the center of the partition
wall. There are no other passages.
The exit from tho prison is from tlio
cell at the extreme corner, diagon
ally acioss from the prisoner's, lie
is offered his freedom on condition
that lie passes through all the other
and enters no one moic than
It is hut tho revival of an
old thing with which, some years
ago, a fun-loving individual, through
the medium of an Eastern journal,
set tho puzzle-working portion of
the community ncrnze over an im
possibility. If tliero were any odd
number of rows though it might bo
five one way and seven or nine, or
any other odd number, the other
there would be no dilliculty in going
out ; but in a prison constructed with
an even number of rows both ways
say eight, six, four or two only
the thing is impossible. A person
sentenced to life imprisonment iu
such it building could safely be
offered his liberty on the terms given
in the puzzle. IIo would serve out
his term. J
ANGRY VASSAR GIRLS.
Now York, March 29. The girls
of Vassar College contemplate a new
declaration of independence. Tlio
members of the three lower classes
of the college have grievances which
have brought about a coolness be
tween the under-graduatcs and the
Faculty, and it is likely to develop
into a condition of open rebellion.
Tliero is a disagreement in tho
matter of dress. The girls want
caps and uniforms after the fashion
of the West Point Cadets and the
Faculty uio determined not to let
them have thorn. A committee
wailed upon President Taylor nnd
icqucsted him to ask the Faculty to
recommend the adoption of tho caps
and gowns, such as aro worn by the
students of an English university.
Ho told tiicm frankly that hu did
not think it was necessary, us tho
addition ol tho gown would miike
tlicin seem affected. Tho puncture !
of self-prldo was too much for the
Vnssar girls of spirit, and thoy deter
mined that they would havo a uni
form iu spite of tlio Piosldeut. A
powerful lobby was organized and
fcniinino arts taxed to win supporters
among the Faculty when the ques
tion ilnnlly camp up at one of tho
weekly meetings of thnt body. Tho
cap and gown business was voted
down by n largu majority. Then
an appeal wns had to the trustees, .
but with no better result. j
Though beaten at every point, tho j
cherished scheme is by no means i
abandoned. The students say they '
will adopt tho uniform any way. I
They arc holding seciol meetings J
and" are confident of bringing tho
Faculty to terms. 'S. F. Bulletin, i
Ex "Geo. G. Perkins," a imull Invoice
of tho. celebrated
Jt. ZSC. TLu.
Santa Gruz Lime!
For pale at lowest rates at
l A, SGHABFBR & CMS
GENTLEMAN OF GOOD AI)
A tlreii mill not afraid of woik. cun
obtain lucrative omrl i meat by address
ing JOHN H.SOPEK.,2"' Merchant St.
MISS II. TUCK
TTAS HKMOVED TO
JO. Humphrey House, No. i G mien
Law. ClassiR for hums in embroidery
on Tuesdays and t'lidnys, from Si to It
a. in, an 1 'from 2 to -1 p. m ; 73 cunts
per lusoii, or CD centi per hour. Child
ren'ii feu lilt' clas. Wcdncpday afternoons
at 2:0 o'clock ; s!0 cents per lesson.
MISS J. TUCK, formerly teacher of
music nrJSlho College of Is'otro Dime,
Sm.IO'C, Oal , U prepared to glvo Jlm.
sons on the piaiij or organ at tlio nbovu
MUs 11. Ti"k lias lately received a
largu nssoitiuuiit 1 1' btamping patients.
A DIVIDEND OK THKEK DOL
lar per thaic will bu pild to the
shareholders of the Inler-lMand Meam
Katlgxtldii Co. cnVEI)NI-:l)AY, the
tilth in-t. J. ENA,
It Scc'y I. 1. . N. Co.
A DIVIDEND OK TWO DOELAK3
pur sliaru will be p-iid to tlio stock
holders of"E. O. Hull & Sun, Limited,"
at the olllco ( f the Loiiipauv Apill '0ili.
II -It L. Alli,'Si-cri!lniy
NUItSK GIIIL TO
Xi. look afttr one eh. Id. Apply to
AFIKST-CLAS-5 TAILOK AND
Cnucr by nn importing house.
IU lw A'h iei3,ll., UuM.uriN OiriCK.
AN AMATEUIl DUY.1M.ATK IMIO.
Craplitc outlli. Applvui .1. VM.
I.lAMa' GALLERY, KoitStreei. liJilt
"jlJY SON, W. E. HOWELL, II AH
ItJL full pouvrol attorney to act for
me during my nbtcnco from the King.
loin. M. J. UUWELL.
1 1 lw
nPIIK ANNUAL MEETING OKT1IK
JL Hawaiian Jockey Club will be
held nu.M Monday Evening, April -JTitli,
at the Hawaiian' Hotel, at 7:S0 oVlock,
when the adoption of now lly.laws,
Hiili-s and Higuhtinns will bo con.
bhlered. C. 0. BKUG13H,
Any piivoi.innlii lii'-panslng within
tlio enclisuro of thu
or bnaking, or In any way d imaging,
tho fence?, gale.', locks, or buildings will
J NO. Il.imOWN'
By order ct, the Hawaiian donkey
April 18, 1837. U lw
H. HAGKFELD k CO,
Ilnvcjuht opened cases of
All Hogskin and Half Hogskin,
In Sydney nnd English Styles, which
they offer lo tho 'Undo at
liberal pi ice?. 13 lw
NEW CANDY STORE
OHAltLE LUDYVIOSEN (Into fo're
nun of Ui-i;;u llnnsO nnd ALBERT
UtlON "Mm, inform iliu public- thnt
thoy will open a lli'dt-olitos Candy Fac.
No. 66 HOTEL STREET,
About Tliiirfdiy, April 2IM, with a fine
French and Homo-mado Ctni.llcs, Novelties,
and Fancy Boxos. VI lw
8(10,000 TO LOAN!
nnilE umlorfdgncd liavo Sixty Tlious.
JL nuil DollaiH to In in, In sums of not
lens than one thousand dollaiH upon
SMITH, THUHSTON & KINNEY.
ICflltf 00 Eoit Street, Honolulu.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
-IU eoluins. $3 per ouiiuiu.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
oirxjrait iron baxis
RON TANKS, OF VARIOUS S!ZES,
Stool Rails, Vdnbo Wires,
Roofing States, Cuinont,
Crockery, Rock Salt.
BAGS AND BAGGING. 5!
And a largo variety of other goods too numerous to mention.
General Bah Agency.
Skilled ontl Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Thorn aro now rcslstcie I nt ihoAou.
ry, llouk.kccpcm, EiiaMneors, 1'l.tntutlnn
Luuas, Carpenter, Hostlers, Conks,
Hoys, etc., who iiiiim'king employment,
and many of whom can I'urnUli tho Lost
of.relereiicea if rupiluri,
Valuable Heal Estate in dcMrnblo
lots for sale or )t:ae - Convenient Col.
tiie;o3 loin on faor.iblo terms.
Yet anolhsr-Coltago lo Lot or Lo.iso lor n
Term ol Ycara.
On Llliba street, a abort diMnnco above
Klui tluo location on u genllii t-lope,
having the full advantage of tlio V.illi-y
brcoeii; cozy, umvinit-nt, well appoint
ed, huge yard Au oppoituuity not of.
Still liicy como! Just ono more Cotlago to
Let or l.oaso lor a Term.
A two-story Cottage, situated mnknl
of I'uiuilinii, two ami one-half nilli'n
from tlio Poit Olllco; &upplird with all
tlio coutonlcuciH of u li xurloic homo
SorvnntV (pi irteis; Mublea mid caribigo
lioti'-o AttC'lan will on Hit' pri'ini-.is
All In perfect order.
For Salo. A lure cliancij for a ltancli.
in in i.f Dirndl capital U now tillered
fm-cadi. All tho appurtenances of a
thrifty, ptolltalilc ranch, hoisc,
' cattle, mules, boss, shfip, tools, etc.,
etc., neces u ry for hum dhlo woik,
are on the liicwlsi s. ft'eli'-dnlo nnd
fuM paiticulais given on nj'plicatinn
to llio Agency.
To Lcl Tliat very commrdlous home.
Bte.ul known ns I'.ilr Vln.v," cmlhis
Hank of l'uiichboul Hill; fully ar
polntidlu eviry runnel; healthy nil ;
imiguilici'iit lev; convenient loca
tion. This ih a laroojporuinity for
a private lamlly to hicure n beautiful
homo ou moderate term.
The Old Corner (Nolto's) (or Salo mi ua
KiniblQ'terius. A inie chance for In
vis'inuit. A Lodging Establishment conveniently lo.
ratid, p-i.iiic hiitiibomclYi to bu had
at a I a i gain.
Full pniticulars givnii upon applica
tion nt tlio Aijiuicy,
No. 313 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Itclt Ti'Icnliniit: !UN. 1. U. liax-ilZ.
IS THK NWlPKESJrc URT
X of tin; Hawaiian Llands In tlio
matter if 0. T. AICANA. of Honolulu,
Oaliu, by (or) against whom a petition
for adjudication was filid on tlm lllh
day of April, 1837, in s-iid Court Iu
iJnnkruptcy, hefoie J mid, C. .1.
Thu 1 Illi day of April, 1SS7. -
U on UMiilint,' tint Hiid petition, nnd
upon prow I'ornru mu uiKrii. I no Unit
that thu mid C. T. Ak inn, lias become a
ItinUrupt within tlio trim intent nnd
meaning of tbo Act approvid on thu
2Uth day of August, 1SS I, untitled "An
Act to rifrulalo proceeding in Until;
uiplcy in itu? jluwiiliiiii Llaiidb" ft
And 1 d(i hcielM diclare and ndjutlyj
lilm a bankrupt nceotdingly.
And 'do further older tluit the crcdi.
tou of tlm mid bunkuipt como In and
piovo their debts before such .Ite-tiro of
Hie Supicuio Couil. ushIkiII bo i-itlljig iu
Chnmlim ntAlliolani H.ilo, Honolulu,
OIlTJIUKSDAi, llutL'Ut day of April,,
ItST, hulween tlio bonis of 10 o'clock in
tho forenoon and noon of the raid day,
and elect one or more ni'-icme or as
blguccs of the sild hitul.riiplV crtate.
And that not leu thereof tio pub.iihed
In tbo Jtivjaiiau Gazette and Daily
Hur.i.uriN, nuspapcis pulilishcd in Ho.
uolulii, In thu English 1 iguuagc.
And that Mild iiaukrupt i hall ininiu'
dintuly llio witli tlio Oleik of tills Hon
or.ilile Onuita t-ulii'dulo of ills creditors
and assets as reiiulr'd bv thu taid Act.
Chief Juslloo of tuo tiiipremo Court,
Altcbt: IIuniiy Smiiii,
Mijuily Oleik. 11 fit
llccclved ex- "Alanieda,'' including
a fresli supply of
Szt.;,, &e., fct;.
J, T. Waterhouse,
Fori Street Store?.
rpU) INTBUEST OF JAMES ,11.
JL CAS ILL iu tho linn of CutlloA;
Cooke, esiu-id on tho 'Hist lust. All
Hubllltlcs of tho coiirei'u nio nssUnud
I by thu tcni-.ilnlug ivirineif-.
I OArlTLK & COOKE.
Honolulu, Apijlll '8-7. OleodCt
TIIY BUOTI1EII. V. It. OASTLK.
t JL 1ioih my full power of attorney,
nnd -will n-t fir mo in nil mailers of
htiidnchs during my absence from the
Klncilom. J. B. CASTLE.
Honolulu, ApillO, )SS7. 01 cod (It
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advortiso in the Daily BoLLETiy,
tamTj" U........-I .m..,..
Hell Tel. 172. Mutual Tel. 372.
P. O. Box li07.
Campboll Slock, Merchant St.,
Real Estate Aleuts, Etc.,
Offer the followimr:
To Lot. Shop In new bilek building on
King ttrect, near Niiunnu, next to
Chlne'oNuwsCo.'solHces. Ilcnt vciy
Offlco lo Lcl. Private office, handsunely
lilted, water convenience'', etc. I'nrt
of .). E. Hroun & Co.'.h piuinlscs, 3Ier
clinut Stieet; with disk room outside
foraclcik. Suitable for a notary or
a lawyer, ltcnt, with office furniture,
$t'J per month.
Ilooms to Rent F'linished in the Lest
Booms lo flenl. Four very hnnd'ftnicly
tinuUliid looms in largo house; well
Hiiu.itcd ou Niiuauu Avenue. Itenl
Wlf) a mouth each.
To Let. Tiiu boupu and grounds Hltuatrd
in Nuu.inu Avenue, iccenlly occupied
by A. J. Cartwright, Jr., Esq. Ilent
-To Let. A n.ioomcd Cottage, with Car.
rhgo House and Out Iiuum:, Nuuunii
Avenue, neir Government rcervolr,
abi.vo lito Queen Dowager Emma's
place, witli iibout 2 ncres of laud 2if
nilliM from town. Kent .lOperinnnth.
To Lot. Afi-Toomcd Cottage, with kitchen
annulled; upper end of Nuuium
Auutic, oppolto "Valley lloinu," In
excellent older. Dulh nnd witter con
veal nee?. Kent Sly.
To Lot. Shop window with fp-ico behind,
in othecs occupied by ,L E. llrown &
V.o. Sultablu tor Jeweler's hop or
NotnryV olllco. Hunt veiy moderate.
IIouso and Lot for Salo, Very desirable
icdldunce on Duretiiula Street. The
li uo eontains -1 UedrooiiH, Parlor,
Hlning-i ooni. J'.ilitiy, Kitchen nnd
1 !n hromn. Mosquito proof. House
new mid well built.
Lot U)f) by ICO feet with privilege cf"
buylnn next lot. 117 be sold cheap.
For Salo A charming roldcme
ou Kiniiu fiticrt, contiihiing 3 bed.
lodiH, parlor, dining room, kitchen
bath, Ac. Garden lout and buck;
(a lingo house, statics and servant'
For Sale. A IiukIihs) (restaurant; In
center of city. Owner leaving on ac
count of ill iiealth. Ah; leiidid chance
fur eiioig'i'ic man. Tor particulars
a) ply to J E. Hi own Ai Co.
For Salo or Leaso -With iuiuicdlato pos
n'slon. thai valuable C3tate known as
the NEUANU VALLEY HaNCH.
fcliuaifd in tho Xuuanu Valley. 2
miles from the city, and undoubtedly
tho most eligible sito for a milk or
milk ard butlei dairy In this Kingdom.
'I ho above splendid projerty may bo
hud on easv tenns.
Situations wanted by
Ami oilier clasjes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books lcopt & written.up,
8 Merchant Street.
I. J. FISHEL'S
I TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
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Australian Ml. Service" t';j
FOR SAX FKAAX'ISCO,
The new and lino Al etcel steamship
Of the OctnidcRlcatmlilp Company, will
be duo at Honolulu fiom hjdnoy
ami Auokland on r-r about
May 5th, 1 887,
And will leave for the abovo port with
malls and piibbcngots on or. auout that
Kor fiolght or passage, having BU.
PE1UOU ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. O. lliwiN & CO., Agents.
Tho new and lit o Al steel stcamaiilp
Of tho Ocinnlc Stcnmslilp Company, will
be due nt Honolulu from Sun
Frauciiico on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will havo prompt dUpntch with
niiilh nnd piusungeia for thcabovu port.
For Irelght or pnptagij, having BU
PER 1011 ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN &C0., Aprents.
At the lowest figure, of tho finest qua1
Wurrautid genuine, tnndo of tho puro
juice only and guarantcd to f-tand
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate in quidlty for any
number of years. Large quantities ox
ported evciy year, by &onio ot the larg.
est connni'iclil Hun of tills oily, to dif
ferent parts of tlio United S.utcs and
MANUKACTUIIKl) AT THE
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
lHtnlllHliol In 18U!i.
Practical Confectioner, Pcstry Cook
Hotel, bet. Xunaim and Fort St.
Both Telephones No. 14. 01
BOOTS & SHOES!
Begs to infonn thu public, that ho lias
just reluined from S.iu 1 rancisuo, where
ho selected au
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladles' Kino French Kid Shoes
Men's Fine Boots and Shoes,
Children's Elrgant Shoes
nnd a lino lot of
IXl'AXTH' URONKK HMPI-KHS.
m So. la Xmiaiiti Htreet. ltn'
Carriages ut all hours, day nnd night.
Paddle Horftf, Buggies, Wngoncttci and
Village Curfs witn stylish and gentle
horn's to lot.
A few Horse?, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Btiggleg,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES,
lting up Telephone 32, or apply to
MILES & IIAYLKY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Xiiuaiiu &, Hotel Htreet.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Cnrtiaga Company has been re
cently u-ganlml, and guarantees ta
furnlOi good conveyances, trustwerthy
drivers, and will make no extortionate
All call will bopiomptly attended to.
COTTAGES TO LET.
THREE NICE COTTAOES, PART
ly furutblicd, and suitable for
hoiioekeepliig, am to lit nt WalklkL
Apply to ALLEN llEUBEKT, or to this
AFUKVLSHED CO'ITAOE AT
Wnlklkl; beautiful flmdu trcos.
and I'uu tea bathing
1.. S. CUNIIA:
FOR SALE !
ONE LAUQE 1 0 1 con or Pcnfitcola,
nnd Lunalllo Ms, which 'can be
dlvhka Into two or more building loll.
Empilre of G. WHBT,
. 1551 Of "West, Dow & Co.
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