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Fledged to nelthor Soot ror Party.
Bat establlshcl.for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY. APRIL 22. 1887.
THE MAN WE WANT.
The Hawaiian Kingdom has re
sources and u geographical position
which give assurance of a future
superior to the past and present.
Various causes may temporarily re
tard her progress, but progress she
will in spite of impediments and
clogs. Causes over which site has
no control, or causes of her own
creation, may at times bring her to
a standstill, and even slide her back
over the road she lias traveled, yet
in the end she will overcome the
obstructions, and advance. She
may miss tides which, in the affairs
of nations, taken at the ebb, lead
on to fortune, and through the
ignorance, incapacity, folly, or dis
honesty of her public men, be left,
for the time being, stranded and
forlorn ; but other tides will come,
and other men will arise, nud the
slop will float again. Just when,
and'vrMand how will bo revoaleu
in and by -time. . Iho condition of
no country, particularly a free
country, depends entirely on its
government; but the condition of
eveiy country is largely, very
largely, the creation of its govern
ment. Here wo have private enter
prise, which, in proportion to popu
lation, compares well with that of
any country. Our weak spots and
deficiencies are mainly in our gov
ernment system and its administra
tion. These aro a check to enter
prise and a bar to advancement.
With an intelligent, conscientious,
and patriotic Legislative body, and
an Executive of similar character,
things could soon be straightened
into proper shape, and this com
munity would become one of tho
roost prosperous, contented, and
happy on the globe, and the country
would gradually rise in importance,
wealth, attractiveness, and influ
ence. At present the men and
measures are unhappily wanting,
but we would fain hope that both
will be forthcoming ere long. Tho
kingdom needs a man, a leader, of
intelligence to pcrceivo our peculiar
requirements and formulate meas
ures to suit them a man of fore
sight, of courage, and progress, who
knows nothing of self nud never had
a desire for personal gain a man
prepared to readjust the miserable
policy of his predecessors,und to en
dow tho country with new life, new
hopes, and now views of Ministerial
duties a mnn to undo tho evil which
years of twaddlo have brought upon
our national interests a man ready
to abolish tho "tin pot" for ever,
and allow us to forget the degrada
tion wo have suffered at the hands
of mountebanks. This is the man
we want. Wo don't care n fig about
his color, his creed, his party, or
his namo, or whether be has any.
All these amount to nothing. A
man who knows what to do, and has
pluck to do it, will find the intelli
gent of the community at his back.
A NAVAf" REVIEWS."
Editor Bulletin: A very old
proverb says, " Comparisons nro
odious," a verification of which was
presented to the "magic circle" on
Wednesday night last. The sombro
hue of the British Naval fatigue
uniform, on the still more modest
gcnt9' evening dress, compared with
the glittering, gaudy, and brass
buttoned uniforms worn by tho re
cently commissioned ofllccrs of the
Hawaiian Navy, of whom there were
ten representatives present at the
naval hop, was strikingly conspi
cuous to a plebeian civilian. Surely
this ball was not got up for tho pur
poposc of advertising one of our
local tailors, nor could it be for the
special delectation of the ladies who
admire "the boy in blue." If for
tho former purpose, it was a decid
ed failure, and if for the latter, it
was not a success. A feeling of
sympathy pervaded the feminine
hearts that gazed upon our country's
bold defenders to think any one, in
tliis climate, should be compelled to
wear a doublo breasted coat, but
toned nearly up to the chin and
overladen with brass buttons and
gold lace, especially the latter,
should be compelled to exhibit them
selves, and dance a sailor's hornpipe
publicly. A down-town young man
who got an invitation to tho hop
through his moving in "Toncy"
society, upon recovering from the
giddiness arising from a mixture of
waltzing and wine, has ventured to
express an opinion that the results of
this "meeting of the Clans," might
be followed by serious results. Ho
went so far as to say that some of
our British visitors who sailed yes
terday morning for Vancouver Isl
and, are reported to have had their
C3esiglit considerably dimmed on
Wednesday evening, owing to the
dazzling effect of the profuscness of
gold lace that met their visionary
organs at the Palace.
On their way down to the boat an
early hour yesterday morning some
betting amongst our naval visitors
was overheard by a gentleman who sat
on his verandah, cooling off. It
was concerning a difference of opin
ion as to which was the "First Luff"
i and which was "Chief Cook." To
an experts, or an onlooker familiar
with bccnes Hawaiian, there should
be no dilHculty at distinguishing tho
difference as the latter is always
conspicuous by his "grizzly" ap
pearance. By the way it is rumored amongst
tho "boys" that "Joe" will shortly
don a naval uniform in virluo of
his position as Paymaster-General.
Won't the ducats fly around when
all hands return from their ilrst
commission? Sam Maikai will throw
himself around for all he is worth,
provided lie does not break his neck
when crossing royal yauls with pipe
stems, a feat which lie is hotter able
to accomplish than to "box tho com
pass." Taking it altogether, how
ever, that little affair was a grand
exhibition of gilt and gingerbread,
and ought to be recorded in the copra
hunter's logbook, ho that posterity
may look upon its anniversary, as a
lit and proper time to "dance,' drink
and be merry." I fancy I 'hear
the ex-Navigating Lieiitciiant when
speeding down South while Tnn-
haliis is sinking in the northern hori-
zon say, "Go it, old gal, this beats
blackbirding in the Storm Bird, with
a (Frec)man nlways at your elbow,
directing whither I shall go, and
how much I shall drink." I tell
you "Friend Bulletin," nothing
like "a life on the ocean wave."
It beats the schoolmaster's billot
altogether. What a fat thing for
you newspaper peoplo to look for
ward to the return of II. II. M.'s S.
Kaimiloa, Commander George Ed
ward Grisley Jackson, and the pub
lication of the details of her log.
Should I manage to stow away on
this hooker, I will on my return
furnish you with a few details that
will probably not appear in the olil
cial log. Thcro arc always somo
"little things" worth noting, which
may possibly slip tho Lord High
Admiral's memory. Aloha.
Bos'n " Ben."
A United States consul reports
that last year's brew in Germany
footed up about 1,100,000,000 gal
lons. Canon Wilbcrforce, of tho Church
of England, recently preached In a
Congregational Church nt South
hampton. Real estate auction sales in Lon
don last year fell off about 400,000
from those of 1885.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Have just opened cases of
All Hogskin and Half Hogskin,
In Sydney and English Styles, which
they offer to tho 'Undo at
llboial prices. 1" Jw
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
.L advertise iu tho Daily Bulletin,
DEATH CLAIMS PAID RY THE EQUIT
ABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY
On day the proofs were received,
653 policies, S2, 783,182 50.85 per
On 1st dav after receipt of proofs,
78 policies, S289,8G 15.02 per cent.
On 2d day after receipt of proofs,
15 policies, SUD,081 II.UO percent.
On Uil dav after receipt of pioofs,
25 policies, S85,510 1.7-1 per cent.-
Total paid within three davs, 801
policies, 8,308, 177 07.57 percent.
On -Uli day after receipt or proofs,
11 policies, S58,2'l( 1.20 per cent.
On 5th day alter receipt of proofs,
12 policies, 8110,010 .75 per cent.
On Otli day nftor receipt of proofs,
20 policies, 88,8151.81 per cent.
On 7th day after receipt of proofs,
19 policies, 01,1131.80 per cent.
On 8th day after receipt of proofs,
7 policies, 813,380 .8!) per cent.
On l)th day after receipt of proofs,
7 policies, 852, 2801.08 per cent.
On 10th day after receipt of
proofs, ! policibs, S20,'150 .51 per
Total paid with in 10 days, 892 poli
cies, 83,700,10775.70 per cent.
Total paid within 30 days 1,012
policies, 81, 2G7,'131 87.18 per cent.
Total paid within 00 days, 1,125
policies, 81,020,832 91. G2 percent.
Total paid after GO days, 74 poli
cies, 8208,-MO 5.-18 per cent.
Total claims paid in 1880, 1,199
policies, $1,895,272100.00 per
For San Francisco.
Tho Al Am. Bktno
AOKERMANN : Commander,
HftTlng Superior Cabin Accommodn.
lions will sail for tho above port
For passage apply to
F.A.SCHAEFEE & CO.,
17 It Agents.
For San Francisco,
The American Hlcttio
J. LEE, : : : : : Matter.
Will ball for Sail Francisco on
Tuesday, ApriS 26th
For freight or passage apply lo
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
17 lit Agents.
For tho Boncfit of tlio British Eonev
An Entertainment in aid of tlio funds
of tliu Society will be given at tho
To conclude with tlio Soicainiug Farce,
"ON HIS LAST LEGS."
Felix 0'Cnllaghau..Mr. (lodficv llrown
Charles Air. V. Hastings
1th on; 31 r. II. von I toll
Dr. Uanks Mr. A. T. Alkins-ou
John Mr. E. F Bishop
Mrs. Montague Miss King
Julia Mrs Strung
Doors open at 7 :S0.
Performance to commence at 8 p. m
Hoy Plan open nt tho oillco of .1. E.
BROWN ii CO., Friday, April liU.l, at
!) o'clock ii. m. Hi lit
ON WEDNESDAY NIGHT, APRIL
20th, from the dressing room at
tho Iolanl Palace, a white India Shawl.
Tho Under will please return same to
tho Chamberlain's Olllcc. 10 lit
Ix Tin; suritiuitt court
of tlio Hawaiian Inlands. In ihc
matter of J. M.KAl'ENA.ngnliut whom
n petition for adjudication wus tiled on
tho lBthday of April, 1837. in said Court.
In Bankruptcy. Rcforo Pieston, J.
Tho 2lst day of April, 1887.
Upon rending tho said petition, and
upon proof beforo mo taken, I do find
that tho said John M. Kaponn has be.
como a bankrupt within tho truo intent
and meaning of tho Act approved on tho
20th day of August, 1884. entitled "An
Act to regulate proceedings la Hank,
ruptoy in the Hawaiian Islands."
And I do hcioby dcclaro and ndjudgo
him a bankrupt accordingly.
And I do furtliur order tlint the crcill.
tors of the said bankrupt como iu nud
and ptovo their debts boloio such Jus.
tlcuoftbo Supremo Court as shiill bo
sitting iu Chambers nt Alliolanl Hale,
Honolulu, on FRIDAY tho SOth dny of
April, 1887, tetwecu tlio hours of ton
o'clock in tho forenoon anil noon of Iho
said dny, and elect one or inoio nsMgnco
or assignees of thosnld bankrupt opiate.
And that notice thereof bo published
in tho Daily Hui.i.i'.tin, Jlinvuiian On
xelle and Kuokoa, uowspapois published
In Honolulu, iu tlio English and llu
And that Iho said bankrupt shall im.
mediately Wo with Iho Clerk of this
Honnrahio Couit a icliedulo of his ci ed
itors and nsbcts, as required by tlio said
Act. 15. PRESTON,
JuMino of tho tiupremu Court.
Attest: .1. II. Hi:ist,
J!d Deputy Clerk. 1(1 7t
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Lecture on Mmm
MRS. FLORENCE WILLIAMS will
deliver a lecture eLtlllcd
Tho Man William Shakospcaro.
FBIDAY EVENING, APRIL 22nd,
At tlio tootn t f tho LUi.nry and Reading
Room Association, to commenco nt 8
Tickets ONE DOLLAR, to bo oh
tallied nt tho Library. 15 Ot
Just received ox "Alnmcda,"
I'uttci-nH of 18S7; nlxo
Border & Ceiling Decoration
in great variety at reduced prices.
WILDER & CO.
A YOUNG WOMAN, to assist In
l geneial houscuork. Get man pre
ferred. Apply nt Hui i.ktin Ufuci:.
A GENTLEMAN OF GOOD AD
dress and not nfrnld of work, can
obtain lucrntlvo employment by nddicps
ing JOHN H.SOPEli, 25 Merchant SI.
A FIRST-CLASS TAILOR AND
Cutler by nn importing bouse,
la lw Adc rcss.ll., Uullktin Opi'ick.
A LADY DESIRES A SITUATION
of unit. 'Ihiuoughly dnmrsti.
cated. K. M.. Geneial Post Olllcc.
A VERY PAIR CHANCE IS OF
xjL fered lo a sober nud liidii'.trious
mini to become a purlner (in half) of a
newly established business iu Honolulu.
Small amuunt of cardial reunited and
tlio piojptcta for a good mid paying
business flri-t tale. Fur partiiiular.s in.
uho of ,T. MAGOON, Real Estate
Agent, Merchant sticet. Ill lw
MISS II. TUCK
HAS REMOVED TO HIE OLD
Humphrey House, No. 0 Giulen
Imo. Classen for ladies iu enibudtleiy
ou Tuesdays nnd Fndays, fiom !l t 11
a. in , nu I "from 2 to 4 p. in.; 1 cents
pur Io-aoii, or S9 cents per lijui . ( hllil.
rcu'it uu log class Wednesday nfici nouns
at 2:.'!0 o'clock ; 25 cents per lesson.
MISS J. TUCK, formerly teacher of
music pi tho College of Notre JMiiie,
S in JiihC, Cal , is piepare'l to givo les
sons ou the piniKi or organ at tlio aboc
Miss II. Tuck has lately received a
lurgo ussoitiuent 'f stamping pattenn".
I have this day sold to MR. F IIIL-
JM(, llin MIMUC&3 or tlio ULIIll JI01JSK
Apt II 10th, 1857.
In icfereneoto thcnhovo,-I bcglostnto
tlint having purohiistd iho stock, good,
will, etc., ol tliu Ci.uu llocsr. Di.ni.no
Rooms, and trut ill it by strict iittcn.
tirn to bust ch', urd (ondiieliiig the
fiuno on jirsMms pi in.: pie-, to merit a
couliniuuru of tliu paiioi. ago bestowed
ou my picdccctsor.
April 10th, 1887. in lw
A DIVIDEND OV THREW DOL
Inr.s per sluiro will bu pild lo tlio
shareholder of iho Iiiter-Uiiind Steam
Navigation Co. on WEDNESDAY, the
20th iust. J. ENA,
11 Sco'y I. 1. S. N. Co.
A DIVIDEND OP TWO DOLLARS
per shnro will bo paid lo the stock,
holders of "E. O. Hull ii Son, Limited,"
at tlio oillco of Iho Company April SOtli.
14 4t L. C. Abies, Secretary.
MY SON, W. E. ROWELL, HAS
full power of attevney to act for
me during my absence fiom the King
dom. M. J. ROWELL.
aHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
. Hawaiian Jookoy Club will bo
held next Monday Evening, April 25th,
at tho Hawaiian Hotel, at 7:!i0 o'clock,
when tho adoption of now Ry.lnws,
Rules and Regulations will lm con.
sldercd. C. 0. 11EUGER,
Any person caught trespassing within
tlio enclosure of tho
or brt lilting, or in any wy damaging,
tho fences, gnto?, looks, or buildings will
J NO, 11. BROWN
By order of the Hawaiian Jockey
April 18, 18S7. laiw
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
IU column, $2 per uniiiim,
H. HACKFELD & CO.
OJTl-Miilt Xi'OIt ISA.Xiia
ROW TANKS, OF
BAGS AND BAGGING. 3
And a. large variety of other goods too numerous to mention.
General Business Agency.
Skilled mu! Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Thorn nro now reglsleic I nt ihc Agen
cy, Book.kecpcis, Engineers, l'lmit'itlon
IjUIiiis, Carpenter, 'Hoetlers, Cooks,
Boys, etc.. w iio aro Kecking employment,
and many of whom can furnish ihc ben
of references if requited.
By irtMais Slnvattt (Colored) who
has hint long c.Npciicnco and guaran
tees tatlhfnctfon lo nu (mployer.
By i Jirsi-clafs Cook ( olm cd) ac
qmilmeil willi nil tliu rcqulrimcnU i f
u well supplied tnblc; imuried; ihc
wife would like to engegoas a general
By a :viilc Italy, a? n housekeeper rr
'nurgc; has hud niiinyyctrd cxpeiiento
a both c.ipaci i.e.
Vnluablo Real Estate in dealiablc
lots for salo or lrau Convenient Cot.
tagc4 to let on favorable terms.
Yet another Cottago to Lot or Lcaso (or a
Term ol Years.
On I.IIIha street, a shoi i dtMancc above
King; line location ou a gentlo slope,
having tlio full udvantngc of tho valley
brceus; coy, convenient, nc1I appoint
ed, largo yaid. Au oppoi Utility not of.
Still they como! Jusl ono rnoio Collage to
Let or Lcaso lor a Term.
A two.story Cotlagf, situated multnl
of I'uiiiitiou, to and one-hulf mlicx
irom uioro't UIllcu; suppliitl with nil
(bo conveniences of a luxurious home
Servant's epi irteia; M.ibles and catiiigo
hoii'-c. Aitci.m uoll on Iho piemhts
All In perfect order.
For Salo. A rare chance for a Ranch.
m in of small capital is now ulleud
lor rash. All the appurt 'nances of a
tin if ty, piolltnlilo much, lioiscs,
c.utle, muli', lioirs, Micip, tool, etc.,
etc., neci's-ary for iinm dl-ttu wuilt,
nro on tliu premises, fell dulo and
full particulars given ou application
to tho Agency.
For Sale. I.ia-e, good will and furniture
ol a lust oIihs lodging house Bo iu
tilul Incition, largo jaid more ilian
im ticro In extent lino slnido tues,
largo airv mums, high ceiling; with
in live minutes' walk ol Iho Pint Of
fice Tin; premlstr aio now giving
piolltnbc leluin", and Mould not bu
ullcred for salo wiru not tlio proprie
tor runpullod lo leave tliu Kingdom
on account of ill health.
For Salo. Hllll imrtliur llrst-chiss lodg.
ing hmis1, gocd will and furniture for
side sliuntu on Boictnnia street;
ronmo com" nicnl; nhwns Iu demand;
a profitable investment for people with
Tlio fori going are ebnuecs seldom of
fered to th i Honolulu public.
To Let That very (ommndinu homo
sic id known us lV ilr Vlc.v," nnthe
llnnk or I'uiiclilmul Hill; fully ap
pointed in every lespcot; lioiillhy air;
magnificent view; convenient ioc.r
linn. This is a ii.ru opportunity for
a piivatu lamlly to sictivo a beautiful
homo on moderate tcrni?.
Tlio Old Corner (Nolto's) (or Salo on rtn
bouiblo terms. A iniu chance for In
vcs'inint. A Lodging Establishment conveniently lo
cated, paying handsomely, to bo'hml
ut a bargain.
Full particulars givcu upon applica
tion at tho Agency,
No. 38 Merchant Stroct, Honolulu.
Ilcll Telephone ."US. V. O. Host 41.1.
Received ex "Alnuieda," including
a frc3h supply of
Kid Gloves, Hums,
&;., fcc, &c.
J. T. Waterliouse,
Queen and Fort Street Stores.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOI3. Rear of Lucn".' Mill.
Ex "Ceo C. Perkins," a small Invoice
of the celebrated
1. Z&1 Ij.
Santa Oruz Lime !
l'or sulu nt lowest rates at
F. A. SCIIAEFEa k CO.'S
TVfRS. K. M.OLIPHANT,
Mas removed to No, !l Wellington Place,
School Street, tho icsldenoo of, Mr. A.
Oockburn, opposite O. Along, Etii.
Roll Tel. 172. Mutual Tol. 373.
P. O. Dox U07.
. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St..
I'.tnl Estate Aients, Etc.,
Oder the following:
To Lei. Shop in new brick building on
King stiect, near Nuuniiu, nest to
ClilrictcNortHCo.'solHccs. Rent very
Rooms to Renl Furnished in tho best
Rooms to Rent. Four very handsomely
furnished rooms in Inrg'o home; well
situated on Nuuanu Avenue. Rent
$15 a month each.
To Lot. Tlio house and grounds situated
iu Kuuiinu Avenue, recently occupied
by A. J. Carlwright, Jr., Esq. Rent
To Lot. A Croonied Cottage, with Car.
lingo House nnd Outhouse;', Nuuunu
Avenue, nur Government rccrvo!r,
abovo hto Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with "bout 2 nc.rcs of laud 2j
mile? from town. Rent $10 per mouth.
To Lot. AC-roomed Cottage, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuuunu
Avenue, oppodto "Valley Homo," in
excellent older. Path and water con
venl nccs. Rent S1H.
To Let. ,v pleasantly sd unfed residence,
comprlMng two cottages, ouih )use-r,
etc., on l'aiioa rond, iicar Punchbowl
iiect. Rent very low to meet tho
Houso and Lot (or Sale Very desirable
lesidenco on Rcrctimla Street. Tho
hoii-e contains -1 Bedrooms, i'nrlor.
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Ha broom. Mosquito proof. House
new ii'id well built.
I.ot 1P0 by 1C0 feet with privilege of
buying next lot. Will be sold ciea.
For Salo A charming residence
on Kinnu street, containing 2 bed.
minis, pailor, dining room, kilclii u,
biilh, Ac. Garden fiont and back;
inrrhige house, stables nud servant's
For Salo or Lcaso -With Immediate pos
M'sdou, that valuable estate known ns
tlio NUUANU VALLEY RANCH.
situatid iu lliu Nuunnu Valley. 1
miles from the city, and undoubtedly
tlio tmi-t eligible slto fnr a milk or
milk ni.d butiei dairy In this Kingdom.
'Hi" above i-plendld properly maybe
hud on easy terms.
Silintions wnntcd by
And other olnses of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
S-'S Merchant Ftrect.
800,000 TO LOAN!
THE underr-ignul havo Sixty Tlious.
nnd Dollaia lo loan, iu sums of not
less Hum ono thousand dollars upon
SMlTH,"THURSTON & KINNEY,
15fltr 00 Fort Street, Honolulu.
GHAS. J. FISHEL'S
T YOU WANT A SITUATION
- advertise iu tho Daily Rullmin.
Australian Mail Service
TOR SAJT FKAXC1SOD,
Tho new nnd lino Al steel steamship
Of tho OccnnioSteniiii'hipCoinpiiiiy, will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sulney
nnd Aucklnud on r about
May 5th, 1887,
And will lenvo for tho above port with
mails and passengers on or uooul that
For freight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. O. IRWIN & CO., Agenti.
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and line Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or aliout
May 13th, 1887,
And will have prompt dhpatrh with
mulls and pastengets for tboubove port".
For freight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agentg.
One Tlioiisauil Pounds
At tho lowest figure, of tho finest qua'
Warranted genuine, mndo of iho pure
juice only and gunranted to Hand
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate in quiility for any
number of yeais. Large quantities ex.
ported eveiy year, by somo ot tho larg
est conum-rciiil firms of this city, to dif
ferent parts of tliu United Smtos and
the German Empire.
MANUFACTCltED AT TUK
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
X2HtnlllHliel In 1SU3
Practical Confectioner, ptry Cook
Hotel, bet. Nuunnu aiul Fort Sta.
Both Telephones No. 74. 01
BOOTS &SH0ES !
Begs to inform tho public, that he has
juji returned from San Francisco, whero
ho selected an
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Lndies' Fine French Kid Shoes,
Men's Fine Boots mill Shoes,
Children's Elegant Shoes,
IXPAXTH' llltOXZK BI.IPl'ERft.
ftl No. 1.1 Kuuanu Ntrcet. flm m
Carriages at all honig, doy nnd night.
Saddlo Horf es, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Carts wltu stylish and gentle
horses to let.
I hand Ilnchs, Open and Top Buggies
VUli3 UI1U XlHniUtJB.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES. J
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply io
MILES & IlAYIiEY.
CITY CARRIAGE CQ. I
Corner of A'uuanu A Hotel Wtreeta.
EINO UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Carriage Company has been re
cently organized, and guarantees to
furnt'h good conveyance, trustwerthy
drivers, and will mako no extortionate
All calh will bo piomptly attended to.
COTTAGES TO LET.
THREE NICE COTTAOES, PART
ly fiirnibhed, and mitablo for
housekeeping, aro to ht at WaikikL
Apply to ALLEN HERBERT, or to this.
A KURVISHED .COITAOE AT
XX Wnlklkl; bcauttful slmde trees,
and flno tea.bathiiiL'. Apply to
. IFOR SALE !
ONE LARGE I OT. cornor Penpncohv
and Lunalllo r-ts., which can be
divided into two or moro building lots.
I'.iiqii re of G. WEBT,
10.14 Of West, Dow &'Co..
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