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F1" M VWlbnK9piH
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Banlc of Calllbrniu, H. IT.
And their agonts In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, I10NQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Ur.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
' ' -i mi
Daily IMIcliii Simiiiry.
Published about tho End and Middle
of eaoh Month.
Contains 40 Columns of Interesting
News Relating to the Var
There Is no better publication for
sending to friends abroad, nor is there
any better medium for advertising any
special line of business that may ilspcnd,
in part, for its support, upon foreign pa
tronage. These Summaries go to all
parts of tho English-speaking world,
and thcjdeniind for them is constantly
Subscription, Including Postage to Foreign
Countries, $2.50 per Year.
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo had from
J. II. SorEii, : :
A. M. Huwktt, :
J. W. Hinui.ey, :
J. Sims, : : : :
: : Merchant Streit,
: : Hotel Street
Pltdged to neither BectBaor Party.
But eUMIheclSfor tbe.Unefit of all.
THURSDAY. APRIL 28. 1887.
CART BEFORE THE HORSE.
When we sec a, man putting the
cart before the horse, literally, we
mark him ilown its a fool. That is
not the place for the cart, and who
does not know it, must be a fool.
A man who does the same thing
metaphorically, belongs to the same
category, only that the absurdity
may not always be so palpable to
the ordinary observer, because the
figurative cart and horse are not so
palpable as the literal. The man
who wears his shirt outside his
pants, puts the cart before the
horse. And so do the men who
seek to advance a nation by begin
ning abroad instead of at home.
This is just what our statesmen do.
A Minister Plenipotentiary to the
Court of St. James, an embassy to Sa
moa and the islands of the South
ern Pacific, a costly gunboat for
service among those islands, in
which our interest is about as largo
as our claim on the north pole all
take precedence of a multitude of
Lome requirements which directly
affect the comfort, convenience, and
happiness of the people. This put
ting of the cart before the horse,
with the expectation of making pro
gress, looks rather ridiculous.
One of the things clearly shown
by the Collector-General's report is,
the fallacy of the notion entertained
in some quarters 'and the ridicu
lousness of the talk indulged in at
times by some people, that Hawaii
and the native Hawaiian people arc
independent of the foreigner, and
can maintain its and their independ
ence nud prosperity without the aid
of his brains and capital. The total
domestic exports of tho year from
which come the country's wealth, its
importing power, and consequently
its public revenue amount in value
to $10,310,370. Of this amount $9,
775,132 come from sugar, nnd$3!2u,
G28 from rice, which combined make
$10,101,700. Take this amount from
tho total exports, and 6238, G15 re
main. Now, the entire sugar and
rice crops, within a vory small frac
tion, arc the productions of the
foreigners' capital and enterprise.
So also is the major -jmrt of the
238, C 10 which make up tho total of
our exports. When tliu foreigners'
shure, of various nationalities, is
deducted, a very little is left for the
native Hawaiian, wherewith to im
port 81,877,738 of worth merchandise
paying duty to the amount of $198,
C25. Ilcsldcs, where would the
$340,552 of internal taxes come
from V From tho Collector-General's
ilgurc9 its looks very much ns if the
country can get along without It
foreign population ! Very much, in
deed 1 .lust ns much ns :i cheese
looks like a cherub 1 Let the foreign
ers' contributions to tliu Government
treasury cease, and Hie Knimlloa
would be unable to put to sea, tho
Palace stables and garden walls
would fall into decay, the Hoard of
Genealogy would die a natural
death. Ambassadors and jMitiistcrs-
Plenipotentiary would have to slay
at home and all for the want of
money. The army would be com
pelled to discard yellow bullous, and
don bluo denim; and instead of
drawing large salaries and passing
their time in idleness, tho binccurists
would bo forced to work or starve.
It is a fact, that the people who are
debarred from having a voice in tho
affairs of government, and whose
wishes aro ignored in the public ex
penditure, are the people who furnish
the treasury with cash.
OUR NAVAL DEFENCES.
The Kaimiloa lias been commis
sioned, the Admiral photographed,
and the country only awaits the
mounting of the big guns, when it
can be truthfully asserted thnt ttie
condition of the defences of the
Hawaiian Kingdom may bo declared
absolutely satisfactory to an enemy.
AVc may congratulate ourselves on
our preparedness for a swoop of the
Chinese Dragon (coming to look
into that opium fizzle.) Should he
ever venture to come within fifty
miles of Punchbowl, he will be
spatchcocked like a spring chicken
in a Chinese hash house. The ora
cles of Moses on the defences of tho
country, are absolutely satisfactory
to himself and by way of com
pensation he is entitled to live in
this Land of Paradise, and feed on
clover for the rest of his days.
Should the anticipated attack of
Tonga George or Some more Mis
tletoe, both of whom have :ui eye
to adding to their Polynesian terri
tories, come knocking at our door
and asking for a subscription, where
would the Naval Drigndo and the
Naval Artillery be? The ship may
be good enough, and also the guns,
but how about the olltcers and men?
They at all events have not been en
couraged to be alert men-of-war's
men, and if, on war being declared
by our Oriental enemies, or South
ern confederates, they found them
selves troubled with urgent private
business, could wc complain? 1 have
done my best to demoralize the en
tire naval scheme and if I have not
succeeded, it is not my fault. To
judge by the performances of the
Cadet-boys on their 'recent looting
expeditions around town, 1 antici
pate their returning from the South
ern Archipelago with a heap of
curios and implements of war.
Tor thirteen years John Ituskin
spent 10,000 annually. Ho limits
himself now to 1,800 a year.
Verdi, the great composer, is a
practical and skillful ngricultuiist,
and a veterinarian in high repute.
CARD of THANKS.
rpiIK CELEBRATION COMMITTEE
X of the I. O. O. P. desire to thank
the ladies and gentlemen who insisted
at their literary exercises, nlho iho ladies
who furnished the beautiful lloial dec.
22 11 Chairman of Committee.
LAST WEEK IN THIS CITY, A SAV
ings Bank Book of Bishop & Co.,
belonging to George Huddy. Iho Under
will please return same to this olllce.
A JAPANESE AND HIS. WIFE.
They both understand general
housework. Thcfnan is willing tomnke
himself useful; and the woman will
wash, iron and tiiko care of children.
Apply at this office. 22 lw
ALL PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS
of uny kind, both seemed and tuisc
cured, arc requested to present the same
to Sin. Chas T. Gui.ick, at his office,
N. 88 Merchant Street, Honolulu, by or
before TUESDAY, May !lrd, 1687.
JOHN M. KAPEXA.
Honolulu, April 2S, 18S7. 23 4t
Having secured the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
He will in future attend to the wants of
my patrons In the Billiard ltooin.
o. j. McCarthy.
A YOUNG WOMAN, lo assist in
IX. genciul housework, (icimuu pre.
fened. Apply nlUUM.uriN Oi'HCU.
MONEY TO LOAN!
rpiIK undersigned have Sixty 1'hous.
X ami Dollars to loan, In sums of not
loss than one thousand dollars upon
SMITH, THUKbTON & KINNEY,
IDIIJtf 00 Poit Street, Honolulu.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas Mill.
v'l!?-iJi?'?-'lt.'VJrf1?!"" -I- '' y'ffVi'''tlf1't'hA,ttSg&S
Friday, April 29th, at 10 a. m.
I will sell ill Public Auction al tliu rol
iletteu of K. O. WALLER, 20!l Kltitf St.,
opposite the (evidence of II. X. McClies.
ney, the whole of hi Household Furni
ture, comprising in part
B. W. PARLOR SET !
Bedroom Set, Wardrobe, ?f Bed.
rtc.ul, Pictures, Chandelloie, bprlng
Mallres, Mosquito Net, Crockery
and Gliimwarc, Kitchen Stove mid
UlcnMI?, etc., olc., also
THE LEASE OF THE HOUSE
llj veins to run at a rental of $00
licr milium clear of water rates.
Uy order of AV. M AEHTENS, assignee
of the bankrupt estate of C. T. Akana, 1
will sell at Public Auction in front of
my salesrooms, corner of Fort nnd Queen
At 12 o'clock noon,
1 Mare and Eoal!
Belonging to bald Estate.
One Black Stfare!
Inland hrcd. for hiirnesi and saddle
very gentle and kind, him been used lu
harnc's lor sonic time by a lady.
Wednesday, May 18th
At 10 o'clock a. in.
I will sell at Public Auction at tho resi.
clcncc of E. II. OODWOItril. Nnunuu
Valley, on account of dcpa.ttuie, the
whoiu of his Household Furniture, c n
Bedroom Sets, Mattresses, Mos
quito Nets, Book C.isc, Superior B
W Dining Boom Furniture, Limps,
Ciockery and Glaisw.uu, Bath Tub,
etc., etc., also
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Will lecture on
The Man Dante!"
At the residence of MllS. J. O. DICK
SON, -1!J Beietimia Street,
FEIDAY EVENING, APItIL 29th,
JL Estate of LEE WING
KEE. all is
Mokeau, a bankrupt, of Kau, Hawaii,
That tho undersigned assignee of tho
estate of Lee Wing Koe, alius Mokeau,
a baukiupt, have picpuiutory to his Until
account and dividend, hiibniitted his ac
counts as Mich assiguco and hied the
same before Hon. A. F. Jiuld, Chief
Justice of the Supreme Couit, at his
Chambers, to whom he will apply at 10
o'clock n. in., on TUESDAY, the Urd
day of May next, for a bcttlement of
said accounts and for a discharge from
all liabilities as such assignee, ami for
an order to make a filial dividend,
And that any person interested may
then and there appear anJ contest tho
same. V. O. PARKE,
Assignee Estate of Lee Wing Kcc,
Honolulu, April 20, 1837. 20eod4t
ONE GOOD SOUND
lainiiy .Mare; perfectly
safe to drive by Indies
orchlldicn. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
Just received ex "Alameda,"
I'attci-ii of 1887; iiIho
Border Coiling Decoration
in great variety at reduced prices.
WILDER & CO.
Having fccuied Iho Serviee of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wc aio prepared to execute all
I-IoiiBe oi Sig-ii
By mi or of Mr. S. SAVIDGE, wo will
sell at Public Auction, at Iiih residence,
OS TUMSWAY, MAY , 1887
At 10 o'clock d. m., the Household
Furniture, consisting i.f
Hair Cloth Parlor Set,
Ma-hlo Top Ceiilir Table, 1 Two.
Light Chandelier, Center Hup, Sofa
Hugs, Mark Walnut Whatnot,
BEUKOOM H 111 rJC H !
Spring Mutlrcef, Black Walnut
Extension Table, Crockery
Rockers, Bureaus, Etc.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
21 fit Auctioneers
THE UNDESIGNED, HAVING
been appointed Asslgneo of the
C rA A-ICA-IS'-V.
of Honolulu, a bankrupt, nil persons In
debted to said citato are hereby notlflcd
to make immediate payment to the un.
dcrsigncd. W. MAERTENS,
Honolulu. April, 1SS7. 20 lw
Fourth Annual Mottling
Haw'n Jockey Oiub
To be held alKaplolaul Park,
June IQth and 1 1th
Official Programme 0f Ract s
First Day, June lOtli, 1887.
Race) to commcnci nt 12 noon,
1st. Honolulu Plate, $
Itunning ltaco; . mile dash: for
Hawaiian bred horses; weight for
The King's Plato, S
Trotting ltucc; tor Hawaiian bred
lioipcs only; mile heats; test two In
tluee; to lmrncss.
Walkapu Challonrjo Cup, $ addod
liuiining Ita'ie; mile dash; open
to all; winner to beat the lecord of
"May D " 1 :20.
1 mile dnsh ; 1st qunrtrr $
y. mile S
1 mile $
Open to all Hawaiian bred hnrccs.
Trotting Bace; mile heat; best 3 lu
f; lo harness; open to all.
Itiiiiniiig ltaco; milcdiith; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
Bnccs to commence at 10 :I10 a.m. sliaip.
1st. Tho Queen's Plato, $
Itunning ltace; J mile daali; open
2nd. ICanichamoha Plato, $
Itunning ltace; 'i mile dabh; open
3rd. Kalakaua Purso, $
Trotting ltucc; mile heats; best 2 in
3; to harness; open to all.
4 Hi. His Majesty's Cup,
Itunning Race; fur Hawaiian bred
horses; owned ly mcmlcrti of the
Jockey Club; 1 mile dash. Cup to
be run for annually. Entrance $?0,
Gtli. Breeder's Plato, $
Itiiiiniiig ltucc; nillo elusli ; for all
u year olus.
6th. Reciprocity Plate, ?
Itunning Itice; miledash;
7th. Hoslla Challongo Cup, $
Riiunlug ltaco; mile dash; winner
to bent the record f.f "Anglo A."
1 ;45f made Juno 12, 18S0. Cup lo
bo run for iiiitiuully, and to be held
by tho winnei iiiiti'l Ills linio Is but
ton nt a meeting of the Jockey Club.
Opcu to all.
Glh. Jockey Club Post Match,
Sweepstehks Tioiting or Pacing
Jtacc; best 2 in !i: free fur all homes
who have not a record of !! mill;", or
better. To Lo driven by mcnibeis
of tho Jockey Club. Entrance if 10.
Pony Raco, $
Huniiing ILico; 1 mllo ilnsh; opsn
to only Iltwalluu bred lior.-cs, not
over M h mils, and not under U yrs.
old; catch weights.
All entries to eloss at 12 o'clock noon,
on June 1st 18S7, at the olllce of the
Secietary, and all entrance fees to he
10 per cent, unlujs ntherwlso specified.
All nici'H to ha, run or trotted under the
ruloi of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission .10 cents each
To Uriuid Hmiul,i.tra...fi0 cents mid $1
Cairlages nulilo of Course.. .$2 fit) each
Quarter Stretch Badges $5X0 each
0. 0. BERGEB, Secretary.
For uso of Stalls, Track, etc., applyjo
CAPT. JNO. II. BUOWN.
Th s prograinmo is subject to revision
by tho Executivo Committee. Purses
will be announced at an early date.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advertise lu tho Daily Uullkti.v,
torsi Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor furnished,
There arc now icgistctel nt ihcAgen.
rv, Book-keepers, Luglneerj, Plant uloti
llunis,. Carpi liter?, llostleis, Cooks,
Boys, etc., w no are tceking emiiloyiuont,
ami many of whom can furnish the best
of references If requited.
Uy firtt-elnsi citcmint (Coloied) who
has had long cq orlcnce anil guaran.
Ue-s tallsfiiclion to an imploycr.
?y jlrsMttti Cook (tol 01 cd) ac
qtialnicd with all the requirements of
a well supplied table; muirlcd; the
wife would like to cngego as a general
Uy a -vliile tnly, as a homekecper or
nurse; has hud many years expeiience
In both capacities.
Valuable Beal Estate in deslrnblo
lota for sale or lease Convenient Col
tages to let on favorable terms.
Yet anothor Cottage to Lei or Loaso for a
Terra ol Yean.
On Llllha street, a short distanco above
King; lino location on a gentle slope,
having the full ud vantage of the valley
breezes; cozy, convenient, well appoint,
cd, large yard. An opportunity not of.
Still they corao! Just ono moro Cottago lo
Lot or Lease lor a Term.
A two-story Cottage, situated makai
oT runahou, two mid one-half miles
from the lt Olllce; Mipplltd wllh all
the conveniences of a luxurious home.
Servant's quarters; stubles and canl.igo
house. Arlcil.m well on tho ptcinLts.
All In perfect order.
For Sale A inrc clianco for a liiuicli
in. in of small capital is now ollered
forradi. All the appurtenances of a
thrifty, piolllablo ranch, hoises,
cattle', milks, hog, sheip, tools, etc.,
ute., necesmry for iinnudiato work,
ni'o on the prcinlsrs. Sclndulo mill
full paitjctihus given on application
lo tho Agency.
Tor Salo. Ltae,good will and furniture
of n Hi st dim lodging house, lieau
llfttl hioillon, largo Mini more Ihiin
mi r.ero in oUcnt lino shade trees,
large nil v looms, high celling"; with,
in live minutes' walk ol the Post Of.
lice Tho prenilser me now giving
piotitnble returns, and would not bo
offered Tor sale were not tho proprie
tor compelled to leave the Kingdom
on account of ill health.
For Salo. Still another flrst.claM lodg.
ing house, good-will and furniture for
mln situule on Ilcrctunia sued;
rooms con violent; iilunjslu demand;
a profitable Investment for people with
The foregoing arc chances seldom of
fered to th.' Honolulu public.
To Let That very commodious lionie
Rtciiil known us ''F.ilr Vio.v," on iho
Hank or Punchbowl Hill; fully ap
pointed in eviry respect; healthy air;
macnlticent few; convenient locu
tion. This U a rare opportunity lor
a private lainiiy to secure a tieautltui
home on moderate terms.
Tho Old Corner (Nolto's) for Salo on ria.
soirible terms. Aiaio chance lor in
vts'muit. A Lodging Establishment conveniently lo
cated, paying handsomely, to be had
nt a largaln.
Full piirticubirs given upon applica
tion at the Agency,
Ho. 30 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Hill Teleiiliouc :tlN. P. O. ltox 415.
For Sale Cheap 1
1 Very Fine Iron Grey Mare,
t years old. well broken to harness and
lo saddle; a good roadster and peifectly
si.fi for a lady to drive.
Ono HIiisIr IIukkV HnrnoHH.
One Open Ton I'uiTff.V.
One Top IIukk)-.
Those buggies oro in perfeet older
and as good'us new, and enn be bought
at a great saenfieu within the next tew
days. Apply lo
IS 1 w 42 Merchant St., Honolulu.
TN THE NIU'ItEME COURT
JL of the Hawaiian Wand-'. In the
matter of J.M. KAPENA, ogulnft whom
a petition for adjudication was filed on
the ir.thdayof Apill, 18:17, In mid Court.
In Bankruptcy. Before Preston, J.
Tho 21st ihiy of April, 1897.
Upon rending iho said petition, and
upon proof before mo taken, 1 do find
tli nt tho said John M. Kiipcna Jius be
come a bankrupt within tho tpio intent
in d meaning of tho Act approved on tho
anih day of August, 1884, entitled "An
Act to regulate proceedings in Bank
ruptcy in the Hawaiian Islands."
Anil I do hcieby declare and adjudge
him a baukiupt accordingly.
And I do further order that the credi
tors of tho slid bankrupt come in nnd
mid piovc their debts bcloio such Jus
tice uf the Supreme Court as sliull bo
Hitting in Chambers at Alilolnnl Hale,
Honolulu, on PBIDAY tho 20th day of
April, 1887, letwecn tho hours of ten
o'clock in the forenoon and noon of tho
mid duy, mid elect one or moro assignee
or assignees of the said bankrupt estate.
And that notice thereof bo published
in the Daily Bui.mciin, Hawaiian (la
telle and fuiokoa, newspapeis published
lu Honolulu, in mo r.ngiisu aim Ha
And that tho said bankrupt shall liu
mediatelv file with the Clerk or this
Honorable Com t a schedule of his cred
itors and assets, as lequlrcd by the tnld
Act. E- PBESTON,
JuhIcm of this Supieuie Couit.
Attest; .1.11. Hust,
S.'d Deputy Cleik. HI Kit
"PllOPEK APPLICATION HAVING
JL this day been made hoforo Preston,
L, it Is ordered by tho Court that the
healing above set forth bo postponed
until WEDNESDAY NEXT, May 4th,
in ChumhcrH, at 10 o'clock a. in.
By tho Couit.
Honolulu, April 26, 18S7. 22 Ct
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
-10 colums, $2 per viiuum,
Bell Tel. 17a. Mu'ualTcl.
P. O. Box 1.07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Real Estate Agents, Etc,
Oiler the following:
To Let. Shop In new brick building on
King street, near Nnunuu, nc.U to
Chlneso Nowh Co.'s olllees. Hunt very
Rooms to Ronl Furnished in tho lest
Rooms lo Ronl. Four very hnndomcly
furnished rooms in largo botuo; well
situated on Kutiauu Avenue. Hent
$10 a month each.
To Lo!. The houso and grounds situated
In Ntiuunu Avenue, tcccntly occupied
by A. J. Cartwiight, Jr., teq. Kent
To Let. A S.ronmed Cottage, with Car
tinge Home and Outhouse', Nuuiinii
Avenue, near Govcrnmant recrvolr,
abovo lite Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with about i acres of laud 2f
mile from ttwu. Bent $10 per month.
To Lot. ACtomncd Outage, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Xuuunu
Avenue, oppovlto " Valley Home," in
excellent order. Pntli and water con
enl nccs. Bent $lt.
To Lot, a pleasantly fl'natcd residence,
comprising two cottages, outhouse.,
etc., on Puuoa roud,neur Punchbowl
Mictt. Huut veiy low to meet the
Houso and Lot lor Sale Very desirable
icstdence on Beietmila Street. Tho
home contains 4 Bedroom, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen mid
Ba'hroom. Mosquito proof. Houso
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 1D0 feet with prlvllego rf
buying next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Salo or Loaso With immediate pos
M'sslon, that valuable estate known ax
tlii! NIJUANU VALLEV ItANCH,
situated in the Xuuiiuu Valley. 2.
miles from the city, and undoubtedly
the most eligible site for n milk or
milk ni.il hutierdnlry In this Kingdom.
'I lin above t-plct, did properly maybe
hud on easy teims.
Situations wanted by
And other clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant StreU.
S 1 1 o e i ii g" Xoi'g-e,
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
Horses and Cattle Treated for
ItcMidcncc: 31 Alakea Street,
3. O. BOX 4.UH. EOtf
CMS. J. FISHEL'S
ISS CLARKE, who bus hud many
vmiru iiMurlnn it lit Mwiaj AV fllnulr
' VHIJ V.tll,l It Ml 11 III J-V(J VV IM'un
.uniting, mis ui'Jwj;u a uiWHttiAK
1NG ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Alakea
MRS. RODANET, tho well-know u
li Cf Hiiiukur, lecently returned
from Purls, has her droM-maklng rooms
still on Emma sttcet, above tho square.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise in tho Daily Buli.liin,
liniirt l i. . WOx
Australian Mail Sorvlce
FOIt SAX FKAXUIKCO,
The new uml Hdc Al steel stexmsh'i)
Of thiMleeuiilcStcnmthlpCompriiy, will
be duo at Honolulu trom Sjilnoy
ami Aiiekhiiid on "r about
May 5th, 1887,
And will leave for Ihu above poit wllh
mulls nnd puhfingcis on or about that
For f i eight or passage, having SU.
PEUIOB ACCOMMODATION'S, apply
WM. O. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
and line Al steel stcomsliip
Of the Oceanic Blcaimhlp Compiny, will
be duo at Honolulu from Sail
FrancUco on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will have prompt dhpatih with
niiitlsund piiFSengeis fcr Ihcalove port.
For freight or passage, having BU-
PEIHOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
At the lowest figure, of tho flnost qual
Warranted genuine, made of tho pure
' juicu only nnd guarautcd to i-tnml
Will not deteriorate in quality for any
number of years. Lnrge quantities e..
ported cveiy year, by some ot the la'rg
est commercial firms of this city, to dif
ferent parts of the United S ates and
the German Empire.
JIANUFACTCUEI) AT THE
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
Practical Confectioner, IVstry Ccok
Hotel, bet. Xuuanu mid Fort Sin.
Both Telephones No. 74. 01
BOOTS &JSH0ES !
Begs to inform tho public, thnt ho lias
jujl returned from San Eruticiseo, where
he selected an
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladies' Flno French Kid SIiocr,
Men's Fine Boots and Shoes,
Children's Elegant Shoes,
and a flno lot of
IXFAXTM' HltOXSKE NI.IIM'KHN.
0.1 Xo. i:t Xuunnii Nlrcet. lm
Carriages at all boms, day and night.
Saddle Hordes, Buggies, Wugoneltes and
Village Carfs wiin stylish and gentlo
horses to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Cai ts nud Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
King up Telephone 32, or apply to
MILES &, 1IAYI.EY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner orXuuauu A. Hotel MlrcetH.
KING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Carriaga Company has been re
cently organized, and guarantees to
furnl-h good conveyances, trustwerthy
driven, and will make no extortionate
AllcalU will ho promptly attended lo.
A NICE FURNISHED FIIONT
room at No. 4 Garden Lane.04 lw
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpilJlKH NICK COTTAGES, PART
X ly liiriilshed, and suitable for
housekeepinir, aro to let at Waikikl.
Apply to ALLEN HERBERT, or to this
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT, comer Pensacola
nnd Lunalilo fc'ts., which can bo
nto two or more building lots.
Of AVest, Dow & Co.
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