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: Merchant Street,
: : Hotel Street
Hawal inn Hotel
Fledged to neither Beot tor Party.
Bat established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY. APRIL 30. 1887.
Customs nnd habits differ in dif
ferent countries. "What in one
country is the object of contempt,
in another is held in admiration.
Every country lias something pecu
liar to its people and climate. Thus
in Fiji the natives have a liking for
a kind of beef that is never found
on civilised tables, the Satnoans
seem to possess a propensity for old
pants, and iu Hawaii nei we linvu
quite a catalogue of little eccentrici
ties which mark us as n peculiar
Wo can show all creation an exam
ple in the facility and rapidity with
which we jump from the gutter to
greatness. To-day a commou cos
termonger, to-morrow in the council-
chamber. From the saloon bar to
the charmed circle of favorites near
the throne, is but a step. Fraud,
felony, and fealty to practices which
less liberal nations vi9it with incar
ceration and disfranchisement, in
stead of being obstacles to advance
ment, are pass-ports to promotion.
Let the dignified, respectable, nar-row-souled
people of America and
Europe, who pride themselves upon
being gentlemen and men of honor,
and despise meanness and chicanery,
come this way, and vv c will show
them how wo turn thinus topsy
turvy. Honor to the dogs ! Sense
and decency be thinguinbobbed 1
Wc have a right to our own tas'tcs
and to our own ways. Quiet, un
obtrusive, respectable people arc not
to our taste, because their ways arc
too slow for our ways. Tho back of
the hall or outside of the door is
their proper plncc, nnd that is where
they will have to stay. Our style is
bluster, noise, a Hash carriage and a
fast horse, volumes of empty talk,
without sense or reason, and expen
sive living, the higher above income
the better. These are the prime in
gredients of our aristocracy.
We meet n man in a seedy raiment
and a most inexcusable hat. Wc
pass him by. Ho is not the man one
likes to recognise. That man ac
tually pays his debts, nnd tho fellow
doesn't owo a cent. He has a wife
and family, for whom ho provides
bread iu a most mean and plentiful
manner. Ho has never been through
the Court, nor in jail. Besides, his
dress is careless and worn, and he
has the impudence to say without
any feeling of shame that, as long
as his family are sufllcicntly attired,
ho refers the question of a now coat
to a committee of his butcher, baker,
and grocer. Such a man is not
suited to Hawaiian tastes, nnd though
highly intelligent and tho embodi
ment of a gentleman, we nod and
Wc noxt meet a man in a chliuney
top hat. Wo grin, and bow, and
scrapo liko a belligerent bull, nnd
greet him affectionately, with nil
sorts of congratulations about every
thing. By the gloss of his clothc3
wc know thai he belongs to the
aristocracy, and by the magnitude
of his gold chain wc infer that he
has got the better of his creditors.
The overpowering brilliance of his
boots indicates that ho walks in
fashionable circles. Wc nil respect
him, sir, because he is n man of
principlo, and his principle is to be
insolent to his supposed inferiors
and obsequious to his superiors. lie
is one of our society people. He has
the freedom of tho Palace, and is
always on hand nt balls. Uy his
adroitness he has managed to "out
run the constable," and there is no
public honor wo refuse to him, &o
long as he continues a martyr to his
It should be distinctly understood
by visitors to our shores and people
of Bhort residence in the country,
that wc do not feel ourselves bound
to or by the conventionalities of
other countries. We consider our
selves nt liberty to follow the bent
of our own inclination. And why
should wc not?
It is true, wo have made a feeble
attempt to copy from some of the
antiquated monarchies of Europe in
the matter of orders and decorations ;
but we have left them far behind in
the number and variety of our gold
washed jewelry. Then, we have
greatly improved on the method and
objects of bestowal. They make
their rather plain looking pieces of
brumngem difllcult to get, and have
a ridiculous habit of bestowing them
upon select persons, as acknowledg
ments of long or distinguished
service. They are behind the times.
We are a progressive people, parti
cularly in tho matter of handling the
public revenue, and arc masters of
that invention for getting to the
devil, known as "putting a beggar
on Horseback, aim nave entirely
reversed the old European order of
things. Wc make our state jewelry
as cheap as possible. We are paiti
cularly careful not to bestow it upon
old and faithful servants of the
realm. Hut every bummer that turns
up from the Coast with a mouth full
of natural gas and n head that sounds
liko nn empty beer barrel, we make
a Knight of the Order of Death's
head and Cross-bones, and decorate
with the Star of Occanica or the
Moon of Samoa.
At home, umoug our own people,
to piny "kiss me darling" on a
cracked guitar, to climb a post with
an electric wire, to catch a pig by
tiie tail, to rake up from the sand
the jaw bone of a jackass, to bet 0
to 'I on a horse race, and a variety of
other noble deeds of a similar high
order, are all sure forerunners of
the distinguished honor of knight
hood. And as our people are ex
tremely expert in these various lines
of skilled performances, the decora
tions are more in number than the
hairs on a bald head. A grand ball,
when the knights and the mornings
gather from the taro patches, and
the back slums, and the alley-ways,
and the wharves, and the hovels, is
the time and occasion to see the
glitter and the grandeur. Solomon
in all his glory was not half so inngn
nificcnt, nor half so great a muff.
After all, we may not have got so
far ahead of the world as wo imagine,
and it is barely possible that wc may
be a lot of fools, only wo are not of
that opinion, at least thoso in the
circle are not. Perhaps the sedate
people on the outside, harbor a dim
suspicion that it may bo so.
I caution 1'KiisoNH ngaiiiHt pur
chasing hinds at Paiioa fioni Keni
kenihia or advancing him iiiouoy on
mortgage thereof, iih I who tun li iu
lawful wife do not consent, whose
consent is necessary by law.
AVailuku, Maui, April 110, 18S7.
KiuuniNu of Htiuultinl hrandH to
cIobo out stock, will bo Sold at Cost.
Sizes as follows, by tho piece:
Bleached 0, 7 and 8 quartois. Blown
t), 7, 10 and II ttinitcrn,
CASTLE Si COOICE.
AVEBY FAIR CHANCE IS OF
fercd to a sober nnd Industrious
man to become u p.ntncr (In half) of a
newly established IiuhIiices in Honolulu.
Small nnioiint of capital required mid
the pio3pects for a good mid paying
business Jlrst rate. For particular In.
quire of J. MAGOON, Heal Estate
Agent, Merchant street, 1(1 lw
LAST WEEK IN THIS CITY, A SAV.
lugs Hnnk Book of Bishop it Co.,
belonging to George Buddy. 1 he Under
Will please return sninc to this olllce.
At 10 o'clock a. in.
I will fell a' Public Auction at tho icsl.
donee of E. II. WOOmVOK I II. Niiuiiuii
Vnlloy, on account of dcpiutuiu, the
whole of his Household Furnlluie, c n
Bedroom Sets, Mnltri"sc4, Mos.
(ptitoNoH, Hook Case, Superior It
W l)iulig Itoom Furniture, Limps,
Crockery nnd (lla'swnro, llitliTuli,
etc., etc., also
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
AUCTION SALE OF
On Monday, May 2nd, at 10 a. m.,
At the rcstiienco of W. BEKLOWITZ'
Xo. 1HI Fort Street, the whole of his
Household Furniture consisting In part
I B. W. Bedroom Set.
1 Squarpf l'luno Koric, Pluclie.J,
I.aiup, Parlor Furniture, 0'urtiilns,
Mopdto Net, (Jtock Crockery mid
KITCHEN STOVE AND UTENSILS, ETC.
By ouler of W. MAEItrENS. Assign,
cuof thoBiiDkruptEstiitouf C. T.Akiina,
1 will sell nt Public Auction,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4th, '87
At 10 n. in., ut my salesrooms, corner
of Fort nnj Queen Streets, Ihu whole of
tlio stock of merchandise belonging to
said binlcrupt estate, consisting of
3Ieii and IJojh'
White colored mid Ilaimel shirts,
Boys mid Men's Linen mid Denim
pants, Biowu Cotton, Denims, Prints,
S!ilitiii.s, Sheetings, Calico and Mole,
skin; J. amp; iMuchluu nnd Cotton
Hoisery; Pipus nnd Tobacco, Sawing
hill; Draw-el uml Undershirts; Silk
Handkeichiefs, Suuioneiy. B.ithing
Tow elf, Stirrups ai.d Spurs; Saddle
Blankets, Saddles; llcaihUlls mill Kilns,
Lamcnis, Pelt mid btiuw Hals nnd
Cup, Jewelry, Perlumery, Plat.d Ware,
Plciuies, Mirrors, etc, etc, etc.
Two lino Sewing Muchinc, Chairs, and
Tailor's Counter, Tailor's Shears, etc.
Ono McXc.i!u fc UrLau Combination
LEWIS .1. LEVEY,
24 .It. Auctioneer.
Auction Sale of
By order of Mr. O. DIjVAL we xx ill sell
nt public miction, ut Ids resilience,
Wednesday, May 1th,
At JO n m., the entlte Household Furnl
lure, consisting of
One Square Chickoring Piano
Hair cloth pmlor set,
Mnrlle t ip cenliu table,
Ccnliu nig, Pictures, Chaudiliers
Black AValnut Bedroom Set,
'I wo bedroom sets
Dining room luiniliire,
Cook Stove and Utonsils
Crockery and Gl.if.swurc.
One baby Oiiiriugc
Garden lool-s, &c.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO., .
21 tit Auctioneers
Tcrebeiie Slaving Cream!
In load lubes is the pleasiiMest yet made
for the face, which -with
PATENT TEREBENE SOAP.
Is combined with Terebone, the iintlfcn-
! nun puruying piopcrtlcs oi wiileli
e wonderful. For Mile by
CASTLE & COOKE.
ONE GOOD SOUND
family Mare; perfectly
oafo t) drivu by Indies
or cliildien. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
Just received ox "Alnmcdii,"
J'atteiiiH of 1887; iiIho
Border and Ceiling Decoration
in gnat vnilcly nt reduced price?.
WBLDER & CO.
in i in
ALL PABTIE8 HAVING CLAIMS
of any kind ngninst ihu under
blgncd, both seemed uml twstcurecl, uro
requested to picscnt the tame to Mil.
Ciias T. Gumck, at his office, No. tH
Mercbant Street, Honolulu, by or before
TUESDAY, May Urd, lfc87.
Honolulu, April 88, 1837. 23 4t
iiiiiwhirii tuiBMnfctnirir i fa rir.aifcaiiii ittu
By oic cr of Mr. S. SAVJ DOE, wo will
sell at Public Auction, nt lm residence,
OX TUESDAY, MAY 3, 10147
At 10 o'clock n. in., the Household
Pjirnllurc, consisting f
Hair Cloth Parlor Set,
Miublc Top Cetitir Table, 1 Two.
Light Chandelier, Center Itujr, Sofa
Itugj, Black Walnut Whatnot,
Spring Mnttrcsc, Black "Walnut
, Extension Tabic, Cioekcry
Rockers, Bureaus, Etc.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
St fit Auctioneers
TIIE UNDESIGNED, HAVING
been appointed Assignee of the
C. T. A-JCA-rs'-iV,
of Honolulu, a bankrupt, nil persons in.
debted to said ctnto art) hereby untitled
to mnke immediate payment to llie mi.
dersigucd. W. MAEKTENS,
Honolulu. April, 1SS7. L'Olvv
Kameliamelia ' Day !
Fourth Annual Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Glub
To bo held nt Kup'o'iitil Park,
June IQth and 1 1th
Official Programme of Races
First Day, June 10th, 188T.
Knees to coiiiuier.ro nt IS noon.
1st. Honolulu Plato, $
Bunning Hare; 14 mile dash: for
Hawaiian bred hor&es; weight for
2nd.-The King's Plate, $
Trotting Bnee; ior Hnivnlinti bred
horses only; milo bents; Lest two in
tlucu; to hnriusi.
3rd. Waikapu Cliallongo Cup, $ ' added
Hiitining Baic; n.f milu dush; open
to all; winner to ueat ilio recoid ot
"May 1) " 1 :20.
4lh. Novelty rtacc,
1 mile dash ; 1st quart! r $
y, mile 8
ill mile .
1 mile $
Open to nil Hawaiian bred hortc.
Trotting Hncc; mile hcf.fi; best !! in
6; to harness; open to all.
ltunniirg Baco; mile dash; open to
Second Day, June
Btices to 1-oiiiiik.ucu nt 10:"O a.m. sharp.
1st. Tho Queen's Plate, 5
ltuiiniug Itnee; y, mllu dash; open
2nd. Kamchamcha Plato, $
Bunning Bncu; 2 mile dash; open
3rd. Kalakaua Purso, $
Trotting Baco; mile heats; best 2 iu
It; to hurnesb; open to all.
4th HU Majesty's Cup, t
Uumilng Baco; lor Hawaiian bred
hoisis; owned by menilcM of the
Jockey Club; luiiluihub.' Cup to
be run for uuiiually. Entrance tf'.O.
5lh. Brooder's Plato, $
Uumiinc Iluce; mile dash; for all
U year olds,
Gth. Reciprocity Plato, i
Banning Bice; jfi inllednth; open
7lh. Bosila Cliallongo Cup, $
Huunlng lluce; mile dash; winner
to bent tho lecord (f "Anglo A."
1 -Myt niudu Juno 12, 183(1. Cup to
be inn for uunually, and to liu held
by the w Inni i until his lime Is but
tcu nt n meeting of the Jockey Club.
Open to all.
8th. Jockoy Club Post Match,
Sweepsteaks Turning or Pacing
Bicu; best 2 In !l: free for all hoises
w have not a icrnrd ot i) mills, or
better. To bu diiven by membeis
of the Jockey Club. Eutiiiucc $10.
0th. Pony Race,
Kutiulug Bice; 1 milo iln&h ; cj)2ii
to only Hiunliau bred Iioris, not
ovor 14 liaiidi), and not undu'i! yrs.
old; cntch weights.
All entries to closn at 12 o'clock noon,
on June 1st 1887. nt thu olllce of the
Secretary, and all cnlriinco fees to bu
10 per ront, unlcs otherwiuo specified,
All hums to be. run or trotted under the
rule-, ot the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission 50 cents each
To (ii.iml Stand, ixtra...ri(l cents and $1
Cairiages nislilo ot Couise...$2C0 each
Quarter Stietch Badges $.1.00 each
0. 0. BEttGEB, Secretary.
For uso of Stuns, Track, etc., apply to
Tli s piogramnio Is subject to lovlslon
by the Executive Committee. Purses
will bu nnuounccd nt nil early date.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
JL nilyerjISB jn tlio Daily Bui.u.tin,
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
There nro now reglstcio 1 nt ilio Arii.
r-y, Book.kcepeis, Engineers, Plantation
IiUtuiH, Carpcnteri", Hauler.", Coolfs,
Boys, etc, whom u socking employment,
and many of Mhum can furnish the bcit
of inferences if requited.
liy irsl-cliits Stetvunl (Colored) who
has had long i. criencu nn I guaran.
tees iiitlstfiictlon to nil unptoycr.
liy it Jlrst-tltm Cook (colnied) lie
qtialnted with all the nquln incuts rf
ii well supplied table; miiried; the
wife would lll;e to (iigigniH a general
liy it white Imfy, as a housekeeper or
nurse; has hml miinyyonr-i c.pcnence
In both cupml.les.
Valuable Ileal Estate in desirable
lots for wilo or lease Convenunt Col
lages tolel on favorable terms.
Yol anolhor Cotlago to Lot or Loaso lor a
Torm ol Years.
On Llllba stieet, a short distanco above
King; tine location on a gentle slope,
having the full iidvnningo of llie valley
breezes; cozy, convenient, well appoint,
id, largo yard. An opportunity not of.
Still they como I Just ono moro Cottago to
Let or Leaso for a Torm.
A two-story Cottage, situated ninktil
of 1'unalioii, two nnd onc-luilf miles
from Hie Post Olllce; supplied with nil
the conveniences of n luxurious home.
Servant's quarters; stables nnd canlago
house. Artesian well on tho picmlses.
All In perfect order.
For Salo. A inre chance for a Bnncli.
linn of small capital Is now ollered
for null. All Ihu appurtenances of a
thrifty, ptolltnblo ranch, lioiscs,
cattle, mules, nogs, Hiei p. loots, etc.,
etc., necessary for immidlate uoik,
nre on the premises, t-clndulo nnd
full particulars given on application
to the Agency.
For Sale I.ni'c, good-will nnd furnltuic
ofn llistclim loilgini; house. Bctu
tiftil locilion, lnrgo jntd more than
nn noro lu uxtetit llni1 slindo tries,
large uirv rooms, highict-iliiig; with
in live nilnutCA' walk ol tho Pot )f
I1C3 The premlser are now giving
piolllnble returns, mid Mould not be
ollered for a-ilo weie not Hie proprie
toi ccinpelled to leave the Kingdom
on account of 111 health.
For Sale Still another lirst-clnss lodg.
log hoime, gocil.wtll ami furniture for
side situate on Bcrctuula street;
rooms convinlcnt; nlwii) s iu dcuiaiiil ;
u prolltabla In vestment for people with
The foregoing are chances seldom of
fered to tlu Honolulu public.
To Lot Tim' very commodious home
stead kuown ns ''Fair Vio.v," on the
Hank ot Punchbowl Hill; fully nr
pointed In every respect; healthy air;
magnificent view; convenient loca
tion. This Is n rare opportunity for
a private family to si euro a beautiful
homo on moderate terms.
Tho Old Corner (Nollo's) (or Salo on re a
son iblo terms. A into cluuue tor iu.
A Lodging Hstabllshmsnt conveniently lo
rated, paying handsomely, to be had
nt a Largnlu.
Pull particulars given upon npplica.
lion nt tl.c Agency,
No. 33 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
ilell Telephone, IUH. I. O. It ox 41 fi.
For Sale Cheap 1
1 VoryTine Iron Grey Mare,
1 ycnia old, well broken to harness and
to "-aildlu; a good minister and peifectly
safe for a lady to dilve.
One Hlnitlo Iluscy KnrnoHH.
Onu Open Top Itilcy, .
One Top IJttKBy.
Theto biu'gles oio lu jierfeet older
nnd ns good'iiH new, and can ba bought
at a great sacrifice within the next lew
dajs. Apply lo
18 1 w 42 Merchant St., Honolulu.
TJf THK SUPItKHK COURT
J. of the Hawaiian Islands. In the
matter of .1.51. KAPENA, ugaliift whom
a petltlou for adjudication wms Hied nn
the inih day of Apill, 18i7.iusnld Court.
In Bankruptcy. Before Preston, J.
'I ho 21st ebiy of April, 1887.
Upon rending the Mild petition, nnd
upon proof before mo taken, I do find
that tlio said John M. ICnpcna has be
coinu a bankiupt within the true, intent
at d meaning of tho Act approved on the
20th day ot August, 1881, entitled "An
Act to regulate proceedings lu Oank.
ruptcy in the Hawaiian Islands."
Anil I do hereby dcclaio and tidjudgo
him a bankrupt accordingly.
And I do further ouler that the crcdl.
ton of tho slid bankrupt come in and
ond piovo their debts before such Jus
ticu of the Supremo Court ns tJuill be
slttiug in Chambers at Aliiolanl Halo,
Honolulu, on PBIIUY the SOth day of
April, 1887, between the hours of ten
o'clock In tho loiencnii nnd noon of the
fnld day, nnd elect ono or moro nsslgnco
or assignees of tho snld bankrupt oUnte.
And that notice thereof bn published
ill tlioD.ill.V Huixr.IlK, Hawaiian (TVr
siltc nw lutoioa, nowt-papeis published
in Honolulu, iu thu English uml Ha
And Hint thu snld bankrupt shall lm.
mediately tile with thu Olerk of this
Honorable Com t a i-cl.edulu of his ei ed
itors and assets, as required by the (aid
Act. E. PBE3TOX
JuMirn of tho Stipicme Court.
lid Depuiy Cleik. 10 lOt
PBOPEB APPLICATION HAVING
this day been made before Preston,
J., it Is ordered by tho Court that tlio
hearing above set forth bo postponed
until WEDNESDAY NEXT, May 4th,
iu Chambers, nt 10 o'clock a. m.
By tho Court.
ii i:nby smith,
Honolulu, April 2$, 18S7.- 22 fit
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
10 colums, $2 per annum.
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Bell Tel. 12. Mutual Tel. 872.
P. O. Bnx L07.
Campboll Block, Merchant St.,
Heal Estate Agents, Etc., I
Oiler tho fi 1 uwlue:
To Lei. Shop In new hilck building on
King tared, near Nuiiiiuu, ne.vt to
Cliincsu News Co.'s olllces. Bent very
Rooms lo Rent Furnished in the Lest
Rooms lo Rent. Pour very hnndtoinely
furuUhed rooms in large home; well
situated an Nuuniiti Avenue. Bent
$10 n mouth each.
To Lot. The house and grounds sltuatid
In Ntitianu Avenue, iccenlly occupied
by A. J. Cartvvright, Jr., Esq. Bent
To Lot. A R.roonlcd Cottage, with Cur.
Huge House nnd Out housed, Nuuunii
Avenue, near (jovcinmsnl rc-ervolr,
tilmvo htu Queen Dowuger Emma's
place, with i. bout 2 acres of land,2X(
mlloi from town. Kent $1U per month.
To Lot. Ali.rooiued Cottage, with kitchen
ntinched; upper end of Nuu.inu
Avenue, optoitu " Valley Home," iu
cxcllenl older. Path uml water con
enl nces. Bent $ltf.
To Lot. a pleasantly tl'ualcd residence,
comprising two cottages, oiuh'iiisc,
etc., onPauoa rond, neur Punchbowl
flieet. Hint very low to meet the
Hoitso and Lot lor Salo. Very desirable
icsldenco on Bcictttuia Street. The
li-MiMj contains 4 lledrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen n till
linihioom, Mnsipiito proof. Ilcuse
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 1C0 feet with privilepo rf
buying next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Salo or Lcaso -With ImtnoJlulo pos
sesaion, that valuable estate known us
tho NUUANU VALLEY 1UNCH,
sltuatid In ihu Nuuatiu Valley. IV,
miles fioni the eliy, and undoubtedly
thu uiot eligible site for a milk or
milk nnd butter dairy in this Kingdom.
'I li'i above splendid projerty maybe
had on easy terms.
Situations wanted by
And other clas-cs of help.
Custom Houbo Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Miiibu.l Mm -
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
HorseB and Cattle Treated for
ItcHidcucc: 31 Aiakca Street,
i. o. BOX tl8. 20tf
GHAS. J. FISHEL'S
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
yetus i-Mierleiii o iu Dres & (Jlonk
iM'iKinir, lias OlMCMSl) A DHKSSMAK
1NQ :STABLISHMKNTat 101 Alaliea
MRS. RODANET, tho well-known
dressmaker, iccenlly returned
iroin Purls, has her dross.maklng rooms
still on Emma stieet, above tho faiiuarc.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X ndvcrlUo in tho Daily Bulletin,
iniulM it'll,' nn lin
Australian Mail Service '
FOIt SAK F3SAXIfts',
The now nnd fine Al Mcel stcuns'ilp
Of Hie Oce'iitilcSteumihlpCVnipr ny, will
be due at Honolulu from bjdiicy
mid Auckland o'l r iiLoul
May 5th, 1887,
And will leave for the above port with
mulls and pasengcis on or nnout that
I or fi eight or pns'.agc, having SU.
PEltlOB ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IEWIN & CO., Agents.
Tho new and lino Al steel Btcnmshlp
Of the Oceanic Hlcnni'lilp Compiny, will
be due at Honolulu from Hxn
Francisco on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will have prompt dhpntch with
mulls unci pnssongeiB fi r the above port.
For Iroiglii or parage, having SU-
PEKIOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
At tho lowest figure, of tho finest qual
Warranted genuine, made of the pnro
Juico only and gunranted to stand
Will not deteriorate In qtuilltv for any
number of years. Large quaniitiis ex.
ported oiety year, by mine ot the lnr'g.
est coinineiebil 111 ins of this city, to (lit.
ferent parts of the United S ates nnd
tho Ocrman Empire.
SIANUKACTUllED AT THK
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
J3HtulllHlloit Iii 180H.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry
Hotel, lu-t. Xiiuanu nnd Fort
Hoth Telephones No. 74.
BOOTS &JSH0ES !
llegsto infoini the public, that ho has
jiisl returned from San Prnnclseo, whero
he koh'Cted an
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladies' Pino French Kid Shoes,
Men'rf Fine IJoots ami Shore.
Children's Elegant Shoes,
and a tine lot of
IJEFAKTW IJItOXXi: SMIH'KItH.
at Xo. 1.1 Xmiunu wii-cet. flm
Carriages nt all hours, dny and night.
Sndillo Hone, 13uggiesr Wagonettes and
Villngo Carts witn stylish nud geutlo
horses to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Ilnclis, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
King up Telephone 32, or npply to
:uili:s & HAYLKW
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner ofXiiuanu &, Hotel HtreetM.
EING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Cariiage Company has been re
cently organized, and guarantees lo
funil-h good cunvcyatices, irustwcrlhy
driveis, nud will make no oxtoitlonnto
All calh w(ll ho promptly attended to.
NICE FURNISHED FKONT
room nt No. 4 Garden Lane. 04
COTTAGES TO LET,
THItKK NIU: COTTAOES, PAItT
ly fiirnihlied, nud Miilublu for
honsekeepliiir, nro to lit nt Wulklkl.
Apply lo ALLEN HEHBEUT, or to this
ONE LAHQE LOT. corner Pensacola
nnd Lunalllo t-ts., whluli cun bo
divldiu Into two or moro build lug lota.
Kunuiie of Q. WEST,
15.11 Of West, Dow & Co.
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