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MONDAY. APRIL 25. 1887.
THE MADRAS CASE.
The celebrated Madras case,
which has been pending for the past
three or four years, was brought to
a close last Friday, by a unanimous
verdict of a jury of twelve men,
awarding to the owners of the Ma
dras 622,913.25, interest to be
added. Tims ends what has been
denominated, over and over again,
"a muddle;" and when the history
of the ship's treatment by the I la
waiian Government is lead in con
junction with the treaty between
this country and Great Britain,
whose Hag the Madias carried, the
muddle is apparent. Exceptions
have been taken to some of the
Judge's rulings, but the money will
probably have to be paid. Unfor
tunately tho public treasury will
suffer, instead of the private purses
of those who committed the blunder.
BY WHAT AUTHORITY?
Tho Kaimiloa is a subject which
has afforded a little diversion of a
comic nature, during tho past two
or three months. It has also some
serious aspects, some of which have
been occasionally touched upon.
There is one, however, of this latter
character which has not yet re
ceived attention, and is here brought
to notice. The Kaimiloa Ss called a
"training ship," aud it is generally
understood that tho material for
training is to be furnished by the
Reformatory .School, at Palama.
Tho boys of tiiat institution have
been committed tlellnitcly to the
Reformatory School, for various
terms, some of them until they at
tain their majority, and not to tho
Kaimiloa or to any training ship.
What warrant is theie in law for re
moving these boys from the school
to which thoy were committed, to a
ship to which they were not com
mitted? Wc know of none, and
question if any can bo found. These
boys are minors, aud most of them
have fathers or mothers still living,
and at least some of tlioso fathers
and mothers object to their off
spring being bent to sea. This we
know, because they (tho parents)
have so represented to us in unmis
takable terms. With regard to tho
results of sending tho Reformatory
School youths to sea instead of keep
ing them at home, there is room for
difference of opinions but that is
not the question now under consid
eration. Wo are simply calling In
question the legality of what wo be
lieve to be the intention of tho
J iL .11 I
The Loudon Lancet reports a case
of delirium tremens in a young girl
(caused by chewjng lea leaves.
TfT i-in'niHnifniTMXiiMrwiJn -iin lrain'i nnrr""
The Madras Case.
SUPREMF. COURT-APRIL TERM,
JC3TICK M'CULLY, I'UESIMSO.
A JtJKY JUKV
l ind3 rem
In the Madras case, which closed
on Friday afternoon, His Honor
Judge McCully charged tho jury as
Judge McCully began his charge
to the jury at 4 :30. His Honor said
that the Madras had the same rights
ns other British ships, although slio
was a transient ship of the class
called "Ocean Tramps." That she
arrived unannounced did not affect
her rights. The Court proceeded to
instruct the jury in ic9onsc to re
quests from counsel on both sides.
The first instruction of each party
touched the question of the right of
a vessel having contagious disease,
such as Binallpox on board to cntcrour
ports, or could she in the discretion
of the Government be altogether
prohibited from landing passengers
or cargo. The Madras had the
right, under tho treaty with tho
United Kingdom, to be admitted to
quarantine. Tho laws relating to
the Board of Health, and tho regu
lations of that body, implied the
right of quarantine to vessels. Tho
Board 'is required to provide places
nnd means c-f quarantine, and is em
powered to make regulations which
must be observed under penalties.
If the vessel violated the Board's
regulations, she was liable to confis
cation; but there was no law or
regulation which said that a vessel,
under any circumstances, should
have no quarantine at all. His
Honor referred to a former decision,
Gibson vs. the Madras, for the re
covery of expenses for detention of
the vessel outside, heard first by the
Chief Justice, and afterwards, on
appeal, by the full Court. He
agreed with Mr. Whiting that the
decision must stand upon the lan
guage employed, but in his opinion
what was meant in tho part quoted
by counsel was that a vessel could
be refused admission, in fact, al
though wrongfully, but that prohibi
tion was not quarantine. The argu
ment of defendant was : "Shall it be
said that any vessel with contagion
on board shall be allowed to steam
into this port?" "No," was the
Court's answer ; "she cannot come
in without lestriction, but she is en
titled to come in subject to quaran
tine laws and regulations. His
Honor quoted further from the
former decision as pait of his in
structions, and said that the testi
mony of the port physician, who was
agent of the Board of Health, was
very positive to show that tho pas
sengers might have been landed in
quarantine, and the vessel permitted
to continue on her voyage. The
cssel heihelf did not requiie quar
antine, provided her passengers were
not kept aboard of her.
The time the vessel was detained
before quarantining was uotqiiaian
tine. This was the ruling of the
Court in the case of W, M. Gibson,
President of the Board of Health vs.
the Madras, and cannot be disre
garded by tlie jury. She was more
joul when she commenced quaran
tine than when she first arrived.
She was compelled to keep her
passengers hcip because she could
not land tlicm, and could not
carry them anywhere else. Ac
cording to tho regulations of the
Board of Health, a vessel with con
tagious disease on board should be
admitted to quarantine on arrival.
Fifteen days' detention would not
ho necessary for tiic vessel, provided
she was admitted to quarantine nnd
allowed to land her passengers.
Defendant asked for instructions
that the plaintiffs were not entitled to
damages, pn certain grounds con
tained in the evidence regarding the
refusal of tho Collector-General
which tho Court declined to give.
Tho oppression of willingness by the
Board of Health to admit tho vessel
to quarantine as to supplies without
landing her passengers did not make
it a quarantine, whatever it might
bo called. Any ill temper, hard
language, etc., of tho paptain were
not to be considered in the case.
The captain was liable, if lie violated
any provisions of the quarantine, to
bo lined, but the vessel or passen
gers were not on that account to be
His Honor did not sco tho
application of the law of 1878,
that a vessel from China should not
bo allowed to enter without tho
consent of the Governor of the
Island. Tho captain of tho Madras
did ask for quarantine and was re
fused. Tho vessel having rights, if
she was refused her rights, damages
were thereby occasioned her, and
she hud a right to iccover them.
Those damages had been set forth
in items and they weio sue ns tho
vessel inourrcd by detention which
otherwise she would not hnvo incur
red. The Court instructed tho jury
that not more than two "lay days"
should bo allowed, for the timo con
sumed by her detention outside could
not bo employed for the ships advan
tage, and gavo instruction on other
particulars on which thoy requested
information, and then tho caso was
given them for deliberation.
The Jury returned with a unani
mous verdict for plaintiffs, award
ing damages against the Hawaiian
Government for detention of htcnin
Shlp Madras, as follows:
VWtiteJ&mMKkm C V& r,iwti SWSAiV..iaU,i ,f.ii.v?"iiij,-i,, j- i , V,,Ur. .', J!,' .
a ii iiiwwi 'iiiawniHiup1 I ii,-Mltii itaawwiiMMaiHWl
Detention of vessel for CO
days (and not C3 ns
claimed.). . . $ 10,500 00
Subsistence of 788 men for
50 days at 30 cents (and
not 40 cents as claimed.) 11,070 00
Four boat loads of fresh
water ,. 300 00
Seventy-uino tons of coal, 1,073 25
$22," 13 25
With interest from 2nd June,
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The Life and Letters of Hugh
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The History of English Poetry,
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Monday, Apiil 25th.
Eleven drunks this morning, each
contributing i?0 to list of linos'.
Mai in forfeited bail of .$10 on a
chuige of disoulcily conduct.
ICcknp.i was cbuiged with, aud
found guilty of huccuy of 2S.75.
Sentenced to one year's inipiieon
inent, and to pay a lino of 25 and
ONE HUNDRED MILES AN HOUR.
Portland, April 3. A frightful
accident occurred Wednesday on the
east-end switchback of the Northern
Pacific, over the Cascades, at Stam
pede Pass, where tho big tunnel is
being bored. A big decapod engine,
used for mountain work, being out
of order, a six-wheeled engine was
substituted. It had nearly reached
the end of tho track laid, a mile up
the mountain, when tho engineer
found he could no longer hold it on
tho steep grade. As it stinted back
down tho hill the engineer and lire
man jumped off into the deep snow
nnd escaped uninjured. The engine
gathered speed as it went, and was
limning at the rate of 100 miles an
hour when it came to a curved ties
tie, whero some carpenters weie
woiking, and was upon them before
they were aware of it. One man
was killed outiight and another had
his legs cut off. A third lay Hat on
the trestle at the curve, and engine
and car Jumped completely over him
into the canon, 100 feet below. fS.
LODGE LE PKOGKRES.
e BEGUr.AU MEETING OF
." lift xbnvo Lodge will bo
. held THIS EVENING.
? Monday. Anril a-Mli. at 7:!J0
o'clock tlmii). Nti-ln'os, initiation.
I' order of W. M.
0 It E. KISTLEK, S.c'y.
STItAYED or STOLEN.
A WHITE FOX Ti:it.
ricr Hint with black curs
nnd tall, and black spot on
buck. Any ono found de-
f-t. .!.... lwn fiftrt.. !.! ..-
Il.l.llll ill.. UIIL1 III,' 1JU
tico will bo prosecuted.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
1!) at Corner of Kott tfc Qucca fits.
Friday, April 29th, at 10 a. in.
I will sell at Public Auction at the resl.
denco of 13. G. WALLER, 200 King St.,
oppositu tint resldencu "f II. N. McOhcs.
ney, tho whole of his Household Fund
tun, comprising In part
B. W. PARLOR SET !
Bcdioom Hut, Watdtohc, Hctl
(tend, I'ictuii-s, Chandclicrf, hprhig
M-iitrcs, Mosquito Nif C rookery
aud Glnsswaru, Kitchen Slovo anil
Utut)Rlli, btc.,tR., uIbo
THE LEASE OF THE HOUSE
4Jj ycats lo run at a rental of $00
por iinniiin clear of water rates.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
10 -It Amtloneer
A YOUNG WO MAX, to assist In
M scnor.it hotu-owork. Gin niuu pre
ferred. Apply lit Mui M-.iiK (Jki jci".
A GENTLEMAN OF GOOD AD
dtt"fi and iintnfiaid ot woik. onn
obtain IiiRiathoonij 1 mucin bj mhlrei-h-ing
JOHN' il.SOI'Elt, i!.'. MoichuM St.
AFllflS'l'-CLASS) TAILOH AND
Cutter by 1W1 Importing house.
IS J wj Aducss, J J., Buj-Mvrj.N Orj, u-u.
wwri.iiiiii 'htm wamionKi
. BUSINESS ITEMS.
HAVING recently etigngcd a ful.
U.ifH Udder mill Moulding M'ikcr,
uc in o now full pupned to iimmilm.
lure, ri'palr and ro gi d n kind iff vork
In our line. Old Minor iiml Pl.turo
Frames unulc oicr ih g od at now, tid
at prices within iho tiach of nil. Tho
public nte IniUcd to cull and lnsp"ct
sonio of this work, ltomuinbcr, any
llllnn1 tltflt. ni'Prlu rtmntvtnfr tn Hntil (llll
Golu, Uronze, Copper or Metal wo onn
.In KtVfjumw at, TiiLr- ri: I
-j rA LBS. Fre-lt Hoinc-ModoChew.
JLUv iig StlidxP, or BO-ndli'd 11 r
tuts l'o'i'i", mid f ti'h, dolldtms Vanilla
and Chocditlo Cromtii which lyuirtti
tio to lit- fir Miporior and mid ehea til
th in any Imported, at F HOKN'S t'loti
eer Steum Candy Factory and 11 tl.cry
nnd Ico (Jroam I'urlor. bfitf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Fiitnllv Flour is
ollcted for sale by GONSALVE3 &
CO., Queen Street. 01
Da. Fmnt'h IIkakt Bi:.mi:dy is a
Spccitlo for all foinis of llcuit Dis
caso and alpo foy Diseases of Kidneys
nnd Ciicultiaon. Detoriptiio book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Auonts. 1151
AVBltV FAIR CHANCE 18 Of
fered to n sober and Industrious
limit to become a pirtncr (In half) of a
newly established business In Honolulu.
Small amount of capital tcqulrcil ami
the piinpicts for a pood and paying
busInrsH llirt into. Kir particulars in.
qulro of J. MAOOON, Heal Estate
Agent, Merchant sticct. 1(1 lw
MISS 11. TUCK
HAS JtKMOVKI) TO HIE OLD
fliimphiey Iloiibc, No. (I G.inlen
Jmo. Classis for ladles )n einhtnlilcry
on Tticsdiiys and Fiidayfrom Otull
a. in, and from 2 to -1 p. in.; 75 cents
per Icsoii, or CO rents per hour. ( hihU
rcn's (ew lug cla Wednesday afternoons
at 'J:!10 o'clock j U5 cents per lcson.
MISS J. TUCK, formcily teiiclur of
music in the College of. Notre Dmne,
Sm Joe, Cal., is prepared to give lc3.
tons on the plaint or organ at the above
MUs II. Tuck has lately lcccived a
huge assortment i f Mumping patterns.
A KO.fool Top
Will be sold cheap.
18 9t V. II. ALDIUOII.
For Sale Cheap 1
1 Very Fine Iron Grey Mare,
1 years old, well broken to harness nnd
toonililla; a good londstir ami peifoctly
hi.I'j fur u lady lo dihe.
Mm tfliiKlt IliiRsy IIiiriirPN.
One Open Tun ISusrsry,
One Toj lliisjuy.
Tlu-i luitfgics oto In pcrfed order
nnd a sjo id no n-w, and ciui liu bought
ntagre.ii fienflco wnhln thuiip.u tow
daje. Apply lo
J8 lw 42 Merchant St., Honolulu
&0$. The Amei lean Ilklnu
M&k ' DISCOVERY '
J.LEE, : : : : : Master.
Wl)l hail for Sun Fianclsco on
Tuesday, Aprol 26th
For freight or pnstago apply lo
II. HACKFELD & CO.,
I have tliis day sold to Mil. F. 1IIL
DEH, tho biiflncHS of the Cluii IFousk
Apill 10th, I8a7.
la lefereneolothoahoiu.T liegtostato
thni having urchiisid the stock, good,
will, etc., ot tho Ci.uu liousr. Di.nimi
Hooms, mid trut thnt by Mi let nttcn.
tton to lmlties, and condiie'ing Iho
fame on first-class pilnclpliw, 0 meiit a
continuiiiieo of ihu putt onago bestowed
on my prcdccoisor.
April 10th, 18S7. 5 lw
A DIVIDEND OF THIIEK DOL
Iiuh per shut o will hu p ild to the
shareholders of tho Intci-iMand t-team
N.ulgiitioii Co. on WEDNESDAY, iho
0th 11131. j. ENA,
j-t Sen'y I. 1. S. N. Co.
TiTY SON, W. E. HOWELL, HAS
JLtX full power ol attorney to act for
mu during my ab-eijco fioni tho King,
iloi". M. ,J. LOWELL.
qIIE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
X Ilawalinu .Joohoy Club will bo
held ii-MMondiy Evening, Apill a.ltli,
at tho lliiwidhiii lit tel, at 7:i.O o'clock,
wheujh udtptiou ol now Uy.l.iw'rf,
Utiles ami KtgulalloiiH will b'u con.
sideictl. O. O. BEUGEH,
NWEDNKiDiY NI0IIT, APRIL
"'! Il, tlillll llll lliOkhitii' loiim at
the l m i I'.i'ic ,n ,i'v li.illt Miiwl.
Tim llmtcr wl.I il u luiurn Eaiuu to
Ihu Uliiimbcihlu'ti Oillce. Ill !lt
.fRS. K. M.OLIPHANT,
Has i oino veil to No. II Wellington l'l.tco,
Sehoul Stieit, tho lesldunoo of Jlr. A.
Gockbiiin, opposilo O. Afnug, Eq.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT.
A advertise in the Daily Jtui.M'riN,
'! SJk ?C , .-HK
?,?. . i. va .felVi
' mir-,nfiiniWBiiiiiiwri i in,iinf
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Thrrf nrcnow rogigtctol at "hoAgpn
cy, Hook.keepeis, Engineers, Pin tulon
Luini', Cnriiinttr, lloMlmt, Cookn,
Boys, etc.. who in o Fcekir i; ( nniloymont,
and many ol wh rn can fun.lsii the bo5i
of rcluieiice If rcqttiltd,
Jiy 7-7im Slc-vaid (Colored) who
1ms h'tii lo g i'c leiico nnd guaiuu.
tees Mitlsfncllou to an unployer
Jiy t jUsl-class Cook (coloicd) ac
(pinliited with all tho requirements of
a well supplied tabic; lnmrlcd; Iho
wife would llko to engepons a general
By a wit'c liuly, as a hotiekccpcr or
tuiiacj has hud miinyyoars experience
in both capacities,
Valuable Ileal l'9talc In dcsliablc
lots for sale or lcn"-e Convcniiut Col.
tages lo let on favorable terms.
Yet another Coltago to Let or Leaso for a
Term ol Years.
Un Lllllia street, a short dtstanco above
King; line locntlou on a gcnllo elope,
having the, full advantage of the valley
brc'ccs; coy, convenient, well appoltil
cd, largo yard. An oppoitunlty not of.
Still thoy coino! Just ono moro Coltago to
Let or Lcasa for a Term.
A two-story Cottage, situated nuikal
of l'ltnahou, two and onohidf miles
from Iho Fo.U Oillce; supplied with nil
tho conveniences of n luxurious home
Sonant's quarters; stnbleH nnd cantagc
liouti Artesian well ou iho picmUts
All in perfect order.
For Sale A inre. chance for a llauch.
man of small capital is now ollcrcd
foriadi. All the appurtouancis of a
thrifty, profitable ranch, h(Mcs,
cattle, mulct., hogs, blu-c p, tools, etc.,
etc., neces'ary for Imniidlatu work,
aio on Iho premises. Scludulo nnd
full particulars given on application
lo tho Aiency.
For Sclo. I.e.ijc, good will and furiitluie
of a fiist cIiish lodgiuj; house, lleitl
tlful loo iilou, largo jaid more than
nu tore in extent lino shndu tncs,
large iiirv I'onms, high celling;; wllh.
in Ilvo minutes' walk ol Iho Iol Of
llfic Tim prember arc now giving
piolltublc icHiiik, and would not he
oll'ored for miIo were uol tho nioprle.
tor c( mpullul to loivc tint Kingdom
on account of ill health.
For Sale. Still mu ther firM-clnps lodg.
ing lions., good-will and furniture for
tide -511111110 -in Ilcrctiinia stiecl;
rooms eonvtnieni; iiUmijs In demand;
ii profit ible li.ve&tmeiit forjieoplo with
limited caplt il.
The fun going are chatirip seldom of
fered t" 'b lb uolulu.puMlc.
To Let That very (oiiiiih diou; home,
stenl kiU'Wn us 'Fill Vi.nv," onihc
Hank ol l'liuehliowl mil; full) n;
polnlcd In every icpici; healthy air;
luagnilicent iu; onvcnlcnt loca
tion Thli is a inre oiiponunitv for
a pi hate tamily to ncuro ti beautltul
home on modoinlo tcim?.
Tho Old Corner (Kolto's) (o; Salo on ria
miii ildo icims. A into chance lor In.
m mi nt.
A Lodglrg Eslabllslinunt fonvcincntly lo.
cat.d, piyii g handsome! Yi to bo bad
at i 1 nrg.iln.
Full paiticulars given upon applica
tion at the Ago.icy,
Ho. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Ill:iTlnill0lM.S4. I. O.I t (1X41 1!.
TX 'i'EJK SJJH'IiKMK COUltT
X of the Hawaiian I-Iai-iK In the
matter of J.M. KAl'ENA.ag- Iitt whom
n pi tltlon for adjudication wjs lllcd on
thol.-ithdiiyof Apiil, 1837. In mid Couit.
In Il.iultrupiey. llelorc 1'icon, J.
The 21st dziy of April, 1S87.
Upon rending the said petition, and
upon proof beforo mo taken, I do find
that Ihu paid .lohn M. Kapeim has he
come a b.iukiupl within the 1 1 no intent
in d meaning of the Ant approved on the
aaih day of AugtiM, 1881. entitled "An
Act to legtilntc prone-dings in Hank
ruplcy in the Hawaiian Islands."
And I do heioliy declare and adjudge
him u hankrupi accordingly.
And I do further oidciMlint the crtdl.
tors of the sild bankiupt como In-and
and jiiovc their debts bcloro such Jus.
lice of tho Supremo Court nt shull he
sitting in Chambers at Alilolani Halo,
Honolulu, on Fill DAY the Slltli day of
April, 1S87, Iclwccn tho houts ol ten
o'clock In tho foienoon and noon of tho
taid day, anil elect ono or moro hs-dguco
or assignees of thoRiiid bankiupt o-itate.
And that notice thereof In published
in tho Daily "ui.i.ktin, Hawaiian Ga
xcltem A0tfrtriiuw'fpiipeiH published
in Honolulu, in the English and Ha
Anil thai tho said bntikrupt shall lm.
mediately lib with tho Clerk of this
Honmahlo Couit a schedule of his (led
itors and assets, as required bv tho said
Act. E I'HKSTOX
JuHic of thu Supicmu Court.
Attest: .1.11. Hkist,
!.'d Deputy Clerk. 10 7t
SGO.000 TO LOAN!
THE umloislgiKd have Sixty Tltous.
and Dollai s to lo in, in sums of not
less than ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, THUKSTON & KINNEY,
IGOJtf (10 Foil Sticct, Hoi olulu.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP, lb ;u of Luea' -Mill,
Any person caught tre-pjs?Ing w itliln
tho enclosuro of tho
or breaking, or in any way dnmni;ing,
tho fctiros, gates, locks, or buildings will
Uy order of tho Hawalion Jockey
April 1R.18S7. 13 lw
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
iu coiunis, yj per unnuni.
" TTirnr rry" ifsjy AiufiMimiautmitmMisrLfL r"S-fef jfHfejjaa', jyKifeM,
wiiTnin,fiiwiyjtwiiirwTm - 2TaMwatMi(Mii
llell Tel. l',2. Mutunl Tel. 372.
1'. 0. H-jxJOT.
Campbell Slock, Merchant St.,
Seal Estate Agents, Etc.,
Oder tho foliowinin
To Lot. Shop In new brick building no
King Mreet, near Nutuiuu, i.cM lo
Chliio-o Nomb C'o.'s olQcc's. llent ery
nooms to Rent Furnished in tho Lest
Rooms to Rent. Four very handconicly
tiiinidiid looinxin largo homo; well
situated on Juiuiinu Aveutic. Kent
$1fi a month each.
To Lot. The house and groumh situated
In Nuuanii Avenue, reccnlly occupied
by A. J. Cartwrlgbt, Jr., Estp Kent
To Lot. A 5.roomcd Cottage, with Cur.
tiigo House anil Out bouse, Niiuanu
Avenue, near Oovernmsnt reservoir,
ubnvo latu Queen Dowager Kmma's
place, with I'boutancrcs of laud 2tf
mile) from town. Kent $10 per month.
To Lot. Ati.rooincd Cottage, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Niiuanu
Avenue, opposite " Volley Homo," in
excellent older. Ilalli and water con
euiencc3. Ileal $18.
To Lot. a. pleasantly tl'uated residence,
coniprislng two colUges, outliou-es,
etc., on l'nuon rflad, ncur Punchbowl
sticct. Hunt very low to meet the
Houso and Lot for Sale Very dcslrnblo
tcsidciicu on Derctniila .Street. The
linit-o contains 4 Ltcdrooim, Parlor,
Dinlng.room, i'atitry, Kitchen mid
Padiroom, MoMiuito proof. IIcuo
new and well built.
Lot 100 by ICO feet with privilege cf
buying next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Salt A charming residence
on Klnau sticct, containing 2 bed.
ronns, parlor, dining room, kitchen
balh, Ac. Garden f ont nnd back;
larriago house, statics and servant's
For Salo or Leaso -With immediate pos
session, that valuable estate known as
tho NUUANU VALLEY HaNCH.
situaiid In the 'Nuuanu Valley. 'l$
miles from tho city, and undoubtedly
tho mon eligible sliu for a milk or
milk and butter dairy In this Kingdom.
The above splendid pro, orty may be
had on easy teuus.
Slttntions wanted by
And o her clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
US Merchant f-'treet. 01
E "Geo. C Pi rkiiH," a small lnvolco
of the celebrated
1. X. X..
Seiita Oruz Lime !
For salo at lowest rates at
F. A. SCHAEFER & GO.'S
GHAS. J. FISHELS
lust received c- "Alninidu,"
PnttcviiH of 18S7; also
Border Coiling Decoration
In gnat voiicty tit reduced prices.
WELDER & CO.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
.1- adurtlso In tho Daily JJumIk-iin,
Aistralii Hull Service
The new mill flno Al ttcel tcamlitp
Of the Oceanic HtriiinihlpConiptnv. vi'l
hedujjnt IJoiiolinn fiom fi-tli oy
unit AucKln nd on i r nloui
Rflay 5th, 1887, .
And Mill leu vo for the ahovopoit wllh
mulls and pasengi-is on or about that
lor fio'ght or pna'aj.T, having BU.
PEUlOll ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and lino Al Btccl steamship
Of.lho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu from San
FraucUco on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will hnvo prompt dbpnteh with
mulls and n.ifsengcis for tho above port".
For freight or papsog., having BU.
PEKIOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Oie TliDiiafl FoDnls
At tho lowest figure, of the finest cpia'
Wiirrantid genuine, nuulo of the puro
juice.onlv and guaratited to Hand
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not detcrlnrnto in quality for uny
number of ycar.x. Largo quantities c..
ported eicry year, by tome ot tho bug.
est commercial firms of this nliy, to dlf
ferenl parts of ihu United S utes and
tho German Umpire.
MANUFACTUIIED AT THK
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
EHtuijiiHiioit in lsoa.
rractical Confcclloner, Pastry Cook
Hotel, bet. Xuuniiu nud l'ort HtH.
I3oth Telephones No 74. Ot
llegs to inforin tho public, that bo has
Juil rctuined from S.in Francisco, whero
ho telected an
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladies' Fino French Kid Sboe,
Men's Fino Boots and Shoes.
Chlldien's Elegant Shoes,
IXl'AXTH' ItltOXKIS HIiIPI'l'.H!.
UI Xo. 1U Xuuuuu Htrcet. flm
Carriages ut all hours, dny and ulght.
Bfiddlo Horf c, Buggies. Wagonettes and
Village C.irts wlin stylish and gectlo
horses to let.
A few lloise?, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Cat ts and JJarncbg.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply tu
MILES & IIAYM3Y.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Nuiianu A Hotel Streotw.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
Thi9 Caningo Company has been rqi
cently orgiiniyed, and guarantees to
fiirnMi good ouiiyeyniices, triihlwcrtby
drivers, npd will innltu no extortloimto
All calls will bopiom)itly attended to.
NICE FUHNISIII5D FIIONT
room nt No. -t Garden Lancfoi lw
COTTAGES TO LET. .
T IIti:K NICK COTTAGES, PART
ly furnished, nnd aiitablu for
Iioiim keeping, arc lo lit tit Wnlkiki.
Apply id ALLUN IIEKBUIIT, or to this
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHOE I OT. con or Pciifncoln
anil Lunnllio Hh, which can bo
dnldtti Into two or moro building lots,
l.nipilioof g, WEST,
1W1 Ot West, Dow & Co.
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