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BISHOP & Co.. BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian lsluads.
Drew Exchange on tho
Baulc ol Galiibrxiln, H. ir.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son. London
TKb Commercial Batik Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchureh, and Wellington,
Tho Hank of Hrltish uoiuriiiiin,
4 torla, B. G, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
Published about tho End and Middle
of each Month.
Contains 40 Columns of Interesting
News Belating to the Var
Thero is no better publication for
eudlng to friends abroad, nor Is there
any better medium for advertising any
special lino of business that may depend,
Vin part, for Its support, upon foreign pa
tronagc. These Summaries go to all
parts of tho English-speaking world,
and the denntid for them is constantly
Subscription, including Postage to Forolgn
Countries, $2.50 per Year.
The Daily Bulletin
Can be had from
J. II. Soi'Eit, : :
A. M. IIkwktt, :
.L W. Hinolev, :
J.Sims, : : : :
: : AIci chant Street,
: : Hotel Strcot
Fledged to neither Sect nor Party.
But eatabllsbed for tho benefit of nil.
SATURDAY. APRIL 23. 1887.
We nro n wonderful people, a
formidable nation, a groat power'
From insignificance we have risen to
prominence. Our rise has been rapid
and prodigious. But :i few days'
ago, and we were an unpretentious
community of planters and shop
keepers: to-day we arc a military
and naval power. Corporals, lieu,
tenants, captains, majors, colonels,
and generals, with gold lace and
brass buttons, swords which most of
them know not how to carry, much
less to use, and epaulettes like sun
flowers, vo have in formidable num
bers, and n few privates thrown in,
to complete the army. The navy is
. afloat in the harbor, and will shortly
make a dcmoustiatioii in tho great
Pacific, to the South, to strike terror
into the hearts of the imti es, and
teach the pigmy national ships of
France, Germany, and Great Britain,
in those waters, a necessary lesson.
Tho proud day of Hawaii's navy
putting to sea, with the grandeur
and magnificence of the historical
Spanish Armada, draws near. In
the matter of gorgeous uniforms, if
not in the number of ships, Hawaii
far outshines the Spaniards. Have
we not recently seen our gallant
olllcers, in their elegant ophir-colored
trappings, exhibited under the glare
of electric light? And did not tllcir
lustre awe our hearts with u rovcr
enco that previous acquaintance had
never once inspired? Now we ntvnit
deeds of valor that will make the
Hawaiian navy respected and feared
in all the ports of Christendom, and
heathendom, too. Not long shall
we have to wait : the fun is about
WJiatevcr may be said of the
higher grade of ofllcers, the vast
experience, in navel matters, of
most of those of lower rank, is
guarantee of great exploits to come.
All of them have seen tho harbor
before, and some of them havo navi
gated even so far as the light-house.
Their knowledge of their respective
duties is unbounded, having been
picked up from tho gutters, dirt
cheap. Their capabilities for the
service havo been acquired by long
and faithful practice at bumming,
beer, and tho taro-patch fiddle.
Which is the breech and which tho
muzzle of a cannon may bo nlong
way outside tho limits of their under
standing, but tho difference between
tho hilt and tho point of a sword
they are quite capablo of deciding
by tho sense of touch. They are too
wise ever to smoko in the powder
magazine, as a place of cool resort,
and too familiar with the "fitness of
things" to full tho sheet anchor and
place it on the captain's tabic. Then
tho juvenile blue jackets and
marines, their powers and proclivi
ties for plunder and pol are matters
of common knowledge. Ojir navy,
In part and in whole, is a wonderful
conglomeration, a remarkable jum
ble, a prodigious make-up Tho like
the world has never seen before,
and if Allah bo merciful, never will
Writing about our navy, and
admiring it, and contemplating its
probablu accomplishments, bring
vividly to mind half-forgotten ex
periences of long years ago, in the
northern regions of Australia, near
the gulf of Carpentaria. A Lap
lain Finnis was sent up thero from
Southern Australia, to form a settle
ment and establish a colony. Tho
safety of the camp was duly secured
against the incursions of the blacks
by a night patrol. Some curious and
desperate encounters took place in
sido the fortifications, owing to the
extreme vlgilauco of the guards and
the rigid discipline of the Commander-in-Chief.
On one occasion
a fellow, getting up with the night
mare, discharged the barrels of two
revolvers among his sleeping com
panions, under the iuiprcsMon that
he was struggling with an army of
natives. On another occasion the
whole force turned out to a night
alarm, and for several hours main
tained an unremitting and destruc
tive lire on the stump of a tree,
which, however, bravely held its
ground, till the approach of daylight
put an end to the gallant struggle.
When promotions were being mado
for that "stump affair," great
jealousy arose on the point of who
should be cook's mate.
One cloudy night, at the com
mencement of the rainy season, a
corporal who had been promoted
from the Bullock-dray Brigate to the
Quart-pot Company of tho Pannikin
Pioneers, was on guard near the
cooking tent. The night being
showery, the corporal sat upon a log
to escape the mud, and shut his eyes
to keep out the rain. Being a very
energetic man, he occasionally fell
off his perch to prove himself an
active guardian. When picking him
self up after a fall, he thought lie
perceived a figuro creep into the
cooking tent. Cautiously advancing
to the place, and gently lifting the
canvas, he peeped under to ascertain
tho intentions of the foe. The tent
contained a long table and benches,
some boxes and cooking utensils,
aud on a log stood a two-hundred
pound bag of Hour, supported by
the edge of tho table. The corporal
peered around in the uncertain light,
and distinctly saw a man leaning
over the table, as lie suspected, con
templating his prey, lie now crept
into the tent, keeping his eye on tho
intruder, whom he clearly identified
as a native. Drawing his revolver,
and btooping low to avoid being
seen, lie mado a regular bull rush,
fired his artillery, and came head
foremost against the bag of Hour,
which, being over-balanced by the
blow, fell forward upon the corporal,
and biiried him in tho general ruin
of the bread market. With a bench
on one side, a box on the other, and
two hundred pounds of Hour on top,
the cornpral was captive. Nothing
less than half a tribe of wild blacks
could have had the audacity to
threaten his life. So ho struggled
and shouted for help. Tho guard
rushed in ; the whole camp turned
out ; tho bugles sounded ; the Commander-in-Chief
appeared in a cocked
hat, three swords, and no breeches,
and road tho articles of war and the
Riot Act ; tho corporal was rescued
lrom the cruel graspof his inflexible
enemy, and everybody was aston
ished to find that the greatest hero
of the settlement had been engaged
in a desperate encounter with n bag
of flour, and got decidedly tho worst
of it. The returns of killed and
wounded showed tho corporal with
his nose smashed, and the bug of
flour mortally wounded in tho
stomach with a pistol shot. The
former was at once promoted to tho
office of bottle-washer, and decor
ated by an opprobrious nickname.
On tho following day a general order
was issued, stating that any person
in camp found fighting with the
Government victuals, or othenviso
quarrelling with his bread and but
ter, would be liable to scvero re
primand. Considering tho remarkable com
position of our navy, there is appre
hension that it may gain renown in
a somewhat similar manner, down
South. A carUoad of medals should
bo cast in advance. Typo metal is
good material, and can bo got light
licro. Having them manufactured
in tlio country would bo commend
' ' ' JiiWwftwmiBOTiwarBB&tetB
able encouragement lo liomo in
dustry. It might bo well also to
send along with tho fleet a practised
historian, and we know of no one
better qualified for tho undertaking
than Flaneur, whom wo have great
pleasure in recommending. Most
of us have read tho naval exploits of
Drake, Cochrane, Nelson, Jones, and
others, but they nio becoming rather
stale, and a volume on the achieve
ments of our own admiral, our own
navy, and of our own times, will
furnish something new, novel, and
sensational for ourselves, and will
also bo read with admiration and
wonder by the barbarians of Europe
and America 1
HAVING recently engaged a first,
ihiss Wider and Moulding Maker,
we ate now fully prep ucd to manufac
ture, repair and re gild any kind of work
In our line. Old Minor ami Picture
Frames made ovor as good as new, mid
nt pi ices within tho reach of all. The
puliltc aic invited to call aud inspect
somo of this work. Remember, any
thing that needs renewing In Gold, Old
Gold, Bronze, Copper or Metal wo can
do. KING BROS., AilT STOlti:. 17
1 r( LBS. Frch Home-Mode Chew.
J.Uv in? Sticks, or bo-called Bir
beis' Poles, mid fresh, delicious Vanilla
and Chocolate Creams which I guaran
tee to bu far superior and cold cheaper
than any Imported, at F HORN'S Pion
eer Steam Candy Factory and B ikory
and lec Cream Parlor. b5tf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour is
nll'eicd lor sale by GONSALVES it
CO., (Jiicen Street. U
Da. Flint's Hi:akt Ri:mi:v is a
Specific for all fonns ot Heart Dis
ease aud also for Discuses of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Benton Smith &
Co., Agents. -i51
The brewers of New York city
hold mortgages on liquor saloons to
tho amount of over .CI, 100,000.
Tho German Government is re
ported to bo negotiating a loan of
15,000,000 for military purposes.
IMMEDIATELY, 0 SHIP OAULIC-eis-1
Shipwrights mid 1 handy men.
Good wages will ho paid to reliable
workmen without legard to creed or
color. Apply nt tho Morning Star
Monday morning. 18 It
A KO-fool Top
V i 1 1 he sold cheap.
18 at W. II. ALDRICH.
For Sale Cheap 1
1 Very Fine Iron Grey Hare,
I yeais old. well broken to harnci' and
tosndillo; a good minister and poif jolly
wfj for a lady to drive.
Oiii Hlngli tlutsar.V tUnrnesM.
iio Open Top IShcc.v,
One Top Iluguy.
Th'u buggies oic In perfect older
and a't goad as new, and can bo bought
nt n great sacrillcu within the nc.t fovv
days. Apply lo
18 lw 42 Merchant St., Honolulu.
Mortgagee's Notice of Fore
closure and Sale..
'fXAUCOHDANOlJ WITH A POWER
JL of tale coiilalii-'d In n certain mort
gage made by Alo lo islmr York, dated
March 8th, 18-J, and tecoiiled In Liter
ICO on pigo 1117. Nollco is hereby given
that tlio paid mortgagee Intends to fuiu.
cldiC taid moilgagc for condition broken
to wit: tlio non. payment theicof, and
upon said foicclosuro will -cll at public
miction at the salesroom of E P. Adams
A; Co., auclloncom. on Queen drecl, in
Honolulu, on WEDNKMIAY, the 18lh
diy of Way, 1887, at 12 in., nil of tho
right, title and interest of tho said Alo
111 mill to the premises described hi said
Fiutlirr particulars can be had of J.
Austin, 14, Kiiuliuiiinnu sliect.
Tlio projoity lo bo f-old U a certain
lease ol land Minuted iitKaulii.'N'uuanii,
Honolulu, made by .1, K. Kaiinnmiino to
to said Alo and recoided hi Lllicr (i;i on
Deeds at tlio .penc of purchaser.
Ry J. Austin, his attorney.
Honolulu, Apill 20, 1S87. la lit
For San Francisco,
Tlio American Hklno
J, LKK, : : : : : Master.
Will sail for San Francisco on
Tuesday, April 26th
For freight or pnsmgo apply to
H. IIAOKPELD & CO.,
37 Alt Agents.
JKFEL1 & SO.
Have just opened caao3 of
All Hogskin and Half Hogokln,
In Sydney mid Raglhh Styles, which
they offer lo the 'trado nt
llboial pi ices. 12 lw
NICK FURNISIIKJ) FIIONT
room al No. 4 Ouidcn Lane.01 lw
Tor the Benefit of tho British Bduov
An Knlcrlainmcnt In nld of the funds
of the Society will be givcu nt the
Saturday, Aiiril 23d,
New Tableaux I
To conclude with tho Screaming Farce,
"ON HIS LAST LEGS."
Mr. Godfrcv llrowu
....Mr. F. Hastings
....Mr. H.von Holt
.Mr. A. T. Atkinson
.Mr. E.F. Bishop
Mrs. Montague Miss King
Julia Mrs. Strong
Doors open nt 7:0.
Performance lo commence at 8 p. in
Hox l'lau open nt tho olllce of .1. K.
RROWN & CO., Friday, Apill 221, lit
!) o'clock a. in. Hint
Just received ov "Alameda,"
I'nttcniM of 1887; uIko
Border Ceiling Decoration
in great variety at rodtcul prices.
WILDER & CO.
. YOUNG WO.MAX. lo assist In
general houvowork. (Ionian pre
ferred.' Apply nt llui i.r.riN Oki ici:.
AOnXTLKMAN OF ROOD AD
drers and not iifiaid ot uoik can
obtain luctnllvc employment b addrerv
lug JOHN H.S(U'KR,2.-. Merchant St.
A FIRST-CLASS TAILOR
xa. Cutler by an importing hou.e.
1!J lw Adc ro-s.n., IluLun'iN Of kick.
AVERY FAIR CHANOi: IS OF
fuied lo a sober and Industrious
man lo become a p inner (in half) of a
newly established business in Honolulu.
Small amount of capital required and
tho prospects for a good t ml paying
biistuesH lhl Kile. Fcr particiilaiu in.
qtliii! of J. MAOOOX, Real Eslale
Atioul, Meiclci'it stieet. II! lw
BUSS II. TUCK
HAS KKMOVED TO 1'IIK OLD
Humphrey Houre, No. (! G mien
Lane. Classes for ladies in mbruliler
on Tuesdays and Fnday., from ' to II
a. in , anil from 2 to -1 p. in.; 7o cents
per losaiin, or 01) rents per hour. Child,
i en's urtlng class Vediie.day afternoons
nl 2:!I0 o'clock ; 2G cents per les;on.
MISS J. TUCK, formerly teacher of
music tu the College of Noire Dame,
Sin Jose, Cal., is pieparcl to give les.
sons on thu pian.i or organ at thu above
Miss 11. Tuck lias laliily received a
largo asoitiiii-iil f .iainping patterns.
I have this day sold to MR.F. HIL
DER, tlio biuiness of tho Ci.un IIouu'.
April lOlh, 1887.
In reference to tlio above, I beg to stato
that having purehasid the Mod;, good,
will, etc., ot tho Ci.un lloubi: Dimmi
Rooms, and trust that by Milcl atten
tion to business and fondue ing the
fame on first-class principles, to merit a
continuance of tliu pntiunago bojtowed
on my predecessor.
April lflth, 18S7. 15 lw
ADIVIDUND OF THKKR DOL
lars per shaie will bu piid to tlio
shareholders of tho Inler-Wand Menni
Navigation Co. on WEDNESDAY, the
20th Inst. .LENA,
M Sec'yl.l S.N. Co.
SON. W. E. ROWELL. HAS
full power of allernev to act for
me during my absence from iho King,
dom. M. J. ROWELL.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TUB
Hawaiian Jocko Club will Q
held n -M Monday Evening, Aprll'Sotli,
lUtlin II. wiillan Hotel, at 7:0 o'clock,
when the adoption ot new Ry.hiws,
Hides nnd Regulations will bo con.
bldered. O. O. RBUGEH,
On wbdni:m) vy wight, april
nib, I'loui In- d i- ping loi'iu at
the loliuil l'abiui,n tWiilu liulla SLuwl.
'I bo Under will please return biimo to
.the Chamberlain's Olllce. Ill lit
RS. K. M.OLIPHANT,
lias removed to No. :i Wellington Place,
School Street, tlio resldcnco' of Mr. A.
Cockhurn, opposite O. Along, Eip
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advciliso in tho Daily JJui.urn.v,
General .Business. Agency.
S Mi led and Unskilled Labor Punished.
Tlii-rn are now registciel nt UiiAgrti.
ry, Rook-kcepe'o, Eugineeis, 11 n tiilon
L'un n, Carpi liters, Hostlers, Cooks,
Itovs I'lc. who iiriff!.-t:n if i ititlnvnient.
aud in my of uh 'in inn lViu.iih liio best
of lultrcucci if rtquluil.
Situations Wanlcd. I
By firsl-clnsf Srwnnl (Colored) who
bus h in lj"g i . o leucii nil I guarati.
ties tutlsfiiciloii lo an imploycr
Ily a Jiisl-ctitss Cook (colored) lie
ipiaiuicd wllh all tlio riqoln incuts if
n well supplied table; uiafi'ied;, the
wlfo would like to engeo as a general
Jlv it wic7mty, as a housekeeper or
"ntirsu: has had many years cxpeiicncc
In both capachl.s.
Valuable Heal Estulc in deMrablo
lots for sale or leac Conveniint Col.
(ages to let on favorable terms.
Yot another Cottago to Let or Loaso (or a
Term ol Years.
On Llllba street, a short distance abovo
King; line location on n gentlu slope,
having tlio full advantage of the valley
breezes; cozy, convenient, well appoint
ed, largo yaid. An opportunity not ol.
Still they conio! Jutt ono nioro Coltago lo
Let or Loaso lor a Term.
A two-story Cottage, situated makal
of ruualioii, two and one-half miles
from Iho 1'oU Ofllco; btipplled wllh all
the coiiNcnlenees of a luxurious home
Servant's qu liters; stables and canlagc
house. Artesian well on the pidDLis
All in perfect order.
For Salo. A rare clianco for n "Ranch
UKiii i.f suiall capital Is now oilered
for rash. All the appurtenances of a
tbrilly, piolllablo ranch, hotsc,
ciltle", mules, hogs, eheip, tools, etc.,
etc., necessary for lmmidlatc work,
arc on the promises. Schedule nnd
full pnitlculars given on application
to the Agency.
For Salo. Leaje, good will and furniture
of a llistclass lodging house. Rom
liful locitiun, largo jiuil more than
mi core in extent lliio shade trits,
largo alrv rooms, high ceilings; with
in live minutes' walk ol the I'ust Of
fice. Thu prcmieer are now giving
piolitahc luliirns, and would not be
oilered for sale were not the iiroj rlo
lor compelled to leave the Kingdom
on account of HI health.
For Salo. Still another llrM-clnss lodg.
Ini! housv', good-will and furniture for
side situate en llcretanla stieel;
rooms cotivinient; alwajs In demand;
a profitable iiiVe.-lnielit for people with
Tlio forigo'ng .-in1 chances seldom of
fered 1 1 h Id niilulu puMic.
To Lit Tl'ii' very i ouimnlious home
stead l.n wn is ' Fair Viu.v," on iho
Hank ot Punchbowl Hill; fully ii
polntcd in eviry icjpeot; healthy air;
uiiignlllccnt Mew; convenient loca
tion. This is a raro ot poriunity lor
a piivutc luiully lo secure u hcatitilttl
home on moderate terms.
The Old Corner (PJolle's; for Salo on lea
sellable lerms. A niie chance lor In
ms nu, nl.
A Lodrjircj Estaullil'msr.t "oivcnicntly lo-o.it-d,
piii.ir liaiiiUoiue'.Yi to bu had
at a la gain.
Full particulars givcu upon npplica.
thm at tho Agomy,
tlo. 38 Merchant Strcot, Honolulu.
IMUTnletilioiio.'t-SM. I'. MCox4I5.
Tf TBBE'l MHJ&'atHSffB COUBtT
X of ibc Hawaiian Ihi-il. In ihe
matler of J.M. KU'ENA.ng' 1 it whom
a pi-lltinii for adjudiiatloii wjs tiled on
the ir.ihdayof Apill, 107. in saidCouit.
In llankriipley. Reforo I'lcston, J.
The L'lst Ly of April, 18&7.
Upon leading tho said petition, nnd
upiui proof belore me lakcn, I do find
that tho taid Joint" M. Iv-ipeun has be
come a bankrupt wiililn thy line intuit
niid men n lu i; of tlio Auiapprnved on the
20th day of AuguM, 1834, cuUiled "An
Act to regiilnio proi-ecdlngs In Hani;
ruptoy in iho Hawaiian Islands."
Anil I do hcieby diclaio and adjudge
him a bank'iipt accordingly.
And I do further order that thecridi.
tori of iho slid bankrupt comu In nnd
and jiiovo llieir debts beloro such Jus.
tic of thu Supremo Court as shall bo
silting in Chambers nt Aliiolani Hale,
Honolulu, on FRIDAY the 2l)ih day of
April, 1SS7, letwcen tho hours of ten
o'clock In Iho foienooii nnd noon of the
aid day, and elect one or inoro assignee
or assignees of the said linu'iuptatnte.
And that notice (hereof be published
In ibe Daily Itui.i.iai.v, Jtaivuiiaii Ga
zelle and Juiokoa, nuwi-papois published
In Honolulu, in tho English and Ha
And that thu bald bankrupt shall lm.
mediately Mo with the Clerk or this
lloniirnblu Couit a schedule of his cred
itors and assets, as required bv the mid
Act. E 1'HESTON,
.Ti'Mlo" of the Supicmc Court.
Allc-.t: .1. II. RnibT,
2d Deputy Clcik. 1(1 7t
80,00( TO LOAN!
rpiE underslgiKil have Six'y Tlious
X. and Dollars lo lo in, in sums of not
less than one thousand dollars upon
satisfactory H'cut Ily.
SMITH, T1IUHSTON & KINNEY,
intlitf CO Foil Stieet, Honolulu.
aHOP. R.'.irof Luia.'Mill.
Any person caught Iro.-pjiuiiig within
the enclosure of tho
or hif nklng, oiin any way d imaging,
tho fences, gnt03, locks, or bulldlnga will
Ily older of the Hawaiian Jockey
April is, 1837. 13 lw
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
10 coluitif. iJ'J per uiiuuin.
Hell Tel. T.2. Muttinl Tel. 072.
P. O. Box 107.
. mam A m
Campbell Block, Herchanfc St.,
leal Estate ignis, Etc,
4 Oiler the filtowiiiKi
To Lol. Shop In new brick building on
King street, near Nuuauu, tie.M to
ClilncoNctioCo.'dolIlce!. Rent very
Room: lo Ron! Furnished in tlio Lest
Rojins lo Rent. Fdur very lianil ouielv
lunihliul looms in Inrgo home; well
situated on Munuiu Avenue. -Rent
$lo a montli each.
To Lot. The house and grounds situated
hi Niiuanu Avendo, iccently occupied
by A? J. Cnrlwrlght, Jr., Esq. Rent
To Let. A doomed Cottage, with Car.
ringo House and Outhouse, Nuuauu
Avenue, near Ooycrnmant rccrvolr,
nlmvn lite Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with itboutaacres of laud 2lf
mile from town. Kent 10 per month.
To Let. AC-toomcd Cottage, wlthkltchcn
attached; upper end of Niiuanu
Avenue, opposite " Valley Home," In
excellent oiucr. until ami water con
enl nccs. Rent $18.
To Lot. a plcnnntly tl'unted residence,
comprising two cottages', ouili uiscs,
etc., on luiio.i road, near Punchbowl
filed. Reiit very low lo meet the
Houso and Lo! lor Salo. Very dcslinble
icsldencc on Hcrclania Street. The
home contains -1 Dedrooms, l'arlor,
Diuiiig.room, 1'aniry, Kitchen and
Ha bloom. Mosquito proof. Hcuso
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 160 feet with privilege cf
buyinc nest lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Salo A charming residence
on Kinnu street, containing 2 bed
minis, parlor, dining room, kltchin
hath, An. Garden l'Otit aud back;
carriage house, stables and servant's
For Salo or Loaso -With Immediate pos
session, that, valuable estate known as
tho NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
situated in tho Nuuauu Valley. 1
mites from tho city, and undoubtedly
tho most eligible slto for a milk or
milk and butler dairy hi this Klugdom.
Thu above splendid propelty may bo
hud on easy terms.
Employment Department. ,
Slluatious wanted by
And other elites of help.
Custom Houso Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
'.'3 Merchant Ftrcet.
JUST LANDED 1
Ex "Geo. C. P rUlns" small lnvoico
of iho celebrated
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Sanle Gruz Lime !
For salo at lowest rates at
I A. 8GIUBFBR & CO.'S
Received ex "Alameda,'' Including
a ficsh supply of
SccM Sce. &e.
J. T. Waterhouse,
Queen and Fort Street Stores.
S. J. FISHEL'S
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
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FOR MAK VRAXCISCG,
The now and lino Al steel steamship
Of thiiOccaiilcStcamihlpCmnpMiy. will
Icdiio at Honolulu from Kjdtioy
and AiicMuud on ' r about
R3ay 5th, 1887,
And will leave for the above port with
mails aiid passmgeis on or aliout that
lorfio'ght or pas'ttgc, having 6U
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IEWIN & CO., AgenU.
Tho new and lino Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steaiuf hip Cpmpiny, will
bo duo nt Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will have prompt dhpatcli with
mails and passengets Tcr (he above port'.
For freight or paftace, having HU.
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 .WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ajrents.
FOR SALE! '
Oie TliDisiiM Fonio'
At the lowest figure, of tho finest qual
Warranted genuine, mado of the pure
juice only and guarantcd to stand
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
wyi not deteriorate In quhllty for any
number of years. Large quaniitics ex.
portetl eveiy year, by homo ot the larg
est cojnmereial linns of this city, to dlf
fereiil parts of tlio United S ates and
tho German Empire.
ilANUKACTCllKD AT THU
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
TCHlnlillHlicil In 18UU.
Practical Confectioner, Pcstry
Hotel, bet. Kuuana nml Fort Hta.
Both Telephones No. 74. 01
BOOTS & SHOES !
Begs to infoini the public, that .ho
just returned from San Francisco; where
he selected an V
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes '
Ladies' Fino French Kid Shoes,
Men's Fine Boots and Shoes,
Children's Elpgaut Shoes,
and a lino lot of
1X1MXT8 HltOXZK NI.IPPF.HM.
ft'l So. 1 Xuuaiiii Street. lm
Carriages nt all hours, day and night.
Paddle Ilorres, Buggies. Wagonettes nnd
Village Curls witu stylish and gentle
horses to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Ilacl.s, Open nnd Top Buggleg,
Carts and Rainess.
PRICES TQ SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Tujepnone 33, or apply tu
MILES & IIAYLEY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Cqrnev of Xuuanu Hutet Mtrceta.
BINQ UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Cai lingo Company has been re
cently organized, and guarantees lo
furnish good conveyances, trtiitwcrthy
drivers, und will make no extortionate
All cal3 will lie promptly attended to.
COTTAGES TO LET.
THREE NICE COTTAGES, PAHT
ly furnished, nnd lultablo'for
housekeeping, ure to la nt'Wnlkiki.
Apply lo ALLEN HERBERT, or to this
A FURBISHED COITAGE AT
XX. Wallclkij leautlfnl shade trees,
and lino sea-bathing. Apply to
FOR SALE I
ONE LARGE l.OV, con or Pentncola
, 1 Lunnlllo Kts , which can ho
divided Into two or mora building loli,
Ennuiro of q, WK8T,
1051 Of West, Dow &,Co.
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