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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Bank of Caliibrnla, H. F.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, nnd Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a Gcnerul Banking Business.
Published about the End and Middle
of each Month.
Contains 40 Columns of Interesting
News Relating to the Var
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any better medium for advertising uny
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in part, for Its support, upon foreign pa
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and tho demand for them is constantly
Subscription, Including Poslago to Foreign
Countries, $2.50 per Year.
On and after this day,
Mr. Sam McKeague
Will have charge of the delivery of the
Bulletin Officii, Slay 2, 1887.
Fledged to neither Sect nor Paitj.
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY. MAY 2. 1887.
The Knimiloa being nearly ready
for sea, one or two questions sug
gest themselves to our mind as being
in order. The captain and princi
pal oificers have been appointed,
commissioned, and uniformed; but
has u doctor been provided, or is it
the intention to provide one? It
would scarcely be the correct thing
to Bend the vessel bo fur away as it
is supposed she is intended to go,
without a medical olllccr on board.
Then, is it intended to have a
schoolmaster? In a training ship,
with n lot of young boys, a teacher
is an indispensable necessity. To
climb rigging, furl sails, and learn
the various branches of work apper
taining to a sailor's vocation, should
not constitute the &olc occupation of
those boys. To neglect provision
for their mental and moral training,
would bo n flagrant omission. It
may be the intention to have botli a
doctor and an instructor on board
before the Kaimiloa starts on her
voyage to Samoa; but as neither
has yet been appointed, the sugges
tion involved in the query is season
able and reasonable.
REV. E. C. OGCEL.
The resignation by the Rev. E. C.
Oggel of the pastorate of the Bethel
Union Church will probably be as
great a surprise to most of our
readers as it lias been to us. Mr.
Oggcl has labored in this city, in
the cause of Christianity, for a
period of nearly three years, and
has established n reputation as an
earnest, zealous, untiring worker,
both in tho pulpit and out of it. By
his own people he is esteemed and
loved, and is highly respected by
all classes of every shade of religious
belief in tho community. The news
of his resignation will, therefore, be
received with general regret. It is
pleasing, however, to learn that this
step on tho part of Mr. Oggcl is not
the result of nny dissatisfaction
whatever, either on the side of the
pastor or his Hock ; but has been in
duced solely by the contemplated
consolidation of the Bethel and Fort
street congregations. Being pastor
of ono only of the churches desiring
consolidation, Mr. Oggcl simply in
sists upon stepping aside so not to
bo in nny possible way an impedi
ment to the union. It would bo a
misfortune for the community to
loso tho services of tho Reverend
gentleman, and when we, for our
eolvcs, express the fervent hopo that
arrangements may ultimately bo
made by which ho shall be retained,
we also titter the sentiment of all
who know him nnd respect the causo
whose advocacy is his life work.
Tho appointment of Hon. A. S.
Cleghorn to tho Collector-Generalship
of Custorn3, announced in this
paper on Saturday last, is ono which
cannot fail to meet with general ap
proval, nnd for which the appoint
ing power has the public thanks.
Tho ofllce is of tho highest import
ance, nnd calls for n mnn of intelli
gence, character, and activity. It
is no sinecure. With an nblo
Deputy, which fortunately tho de
partment lias, and a competent and
conscientious Chief, confidence wll
be restored. Aside from the char
acter of the 'new incumbent, and
tho qualification of a commercial
training and commercial experi
ence, he is an old resident, is allied
to the Royal Family, and has long
been practically and enthusiastically
identified with some of our best
public institutions, giving tinio and
labor gratuitously and ungrudg
ingly all of which arc entitled to
some consideration in making ap
pointments to the public service.
Wo arc glad to see this recognition
of Sir. Clcghorn's claims, combined
with the fitness of the selection for
the responsible and important posi
tion. THE ANNUAL SHOW.
Saturday, the 14th day of the
present month, has been definitely
settled upon by the Royal Hawaiian
Agricultural Society for their annual
show just twelve days from to
day. Saturday, of all days in tho
week, is undoubtedly the most con
venient for the greatest number of
people, and will probably bring to
gether a larger concourse of visitors
than could be collected any other
day. It is a sliott day witli most
business houses and all the large in
stitutions that employ mechanics and
laborers. The Government nursery,
where the show is to be held, is not
far from the city proper, and a visit
after the week's toil will afford re
laxation and recreation. In this
connection, wc would suggest that
an extension of the closing time to G
o'clock, would be in the interest of
working men and their families. The
days arc lengthening out, and it is
broad daylight considerably nfter
C o'clock. With regard to exhibits,
it is to be hoped that all who possess
articles within the comprehensive
range of the Society's published
catalogue, will be sulllcicntly in
terested to bring them forward for
the occasion, and in this way make
the show a varied and creditable
one. The Society lias done its best,
and lias arranged a list which lakes
in every variety of product laised in
the country. It now rests with the
people to do their part, and be on
hand with their exhibits. If all, or
any considerable portion, of those
who are in position to contribute,
will only get up a little enthusiasm
among themselves, there is no reason
why the shew should not be more
varied and complete than any
previous one ; nnd if the exhibition
is thus mado attractive, there will
bo no difficulty in inducing the pub
lic to go and sec it.
I do not like to hear him pray,
On bended knee about an hour,
For grace to spend aright tho day.
Who knows his neighbor has no llour.
I'd rather t-eu him go to mill,
And buy tho luckless brothei bread,
And see ids children cat their till,
And laugh beneath their humble shed.
I do not like to hear him pray,
"Let blessings on thu w Idow be,"
Who never seeks her home to say,
'If want o'crtake you, coino to me."
1 hate the prayer, so loud and long,
That's otfeicd for the orphan's weal.
By him whosces hlin crit&hc i by wrong.
And only with the llpa doth tecl.
I do not like to hejir her pray,
With jew elled ear and Mll.cu dress,
Whoso washerwoman toils all day,
And then Is asked to woik for 'less.
Such ploiib hIiuvcis I desjiUu;
With folded hands and face demure,
They lift to heaven their "angel eye,"
And steal thu earnings of the nor.
I do not like such soulless prnycis:
If wrong, I hope to bo forgiven.
Xo angel's wing them upward bears;
They're lost n million miles from
Heaven. fS. P. Bulletin.
NOTES RY THE KINAU.
When the steamer Kiiinu nrrived
at Knwaihae, Hawaii, on Wednes
day, a report was current there that
AInuna Loa had again broken out,
and the lava How had readied tho
edge of tho woods back of llilo.
Heavy columns of smoke issuing
from the summit crater of tho moun
tain, as also dense clouds of smoke
along tho Kolmln coast, seemed to
corroborate tho statement, but when
the steamer arrived in llilo it was
ascertained that tho story of mi out
break was a fabrication, as tho
people of llilo knew nothing about
an eruption, and had only noticed
hmoko in dense masses coming
Tito railroad survey is still being
pushed forward, and the peoplo of
llilo arc already thinking of their
little town becoming tho maritime
"IT'Ti"-" mi T-r-.nni-s.vni
- - 'ltfWGU.pir.,r,,i,'
city of the kingdom. Corner lots
have ndvanccd about 100 per cent
in value and cligiblo building sites
arc bard to get at any figure. Pro
perty owners are holding on to what
they have got, anticipating a greater
boom in real estate than ever theio
was in California difring the gold
At 10 o'clock a. in.
1 will well nt l'ubllc Auction at tho rcsl.
ilencc of K. II. YVOODWOHTH, Nuuanu
Valley, on account of dcpiutinv, the
whole of his llouschold Furnltuie, on
Bedroom Sets, Mattresses, 3Ios
(uito Nets, Book Case. Superior B
W Dining Boom Furniture, Limps,
Crockery nnd Glassware, Bath Tub,
etc , etc., also
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
By order of W. JIAERTENS, Assign
ee of tho Bankrupt Ktnto of C.T.Akann,
l win cell at i'limic Auction,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4th, '87
At 10 a. m., at my salesrooms, corner
of Fort and Queen Streets, the whole of
the stock of merchandise belonging to
said bankrupt estate, consisting ol
3Ien mid Hoys'
White colored and llanticl shirts,
Boys and Men's Linen and Denim
pants, Blown Cotton, Denim, Prints
Shirting, Sheetings, Calico and Mole.
M;hi ; Lump; Machine nnd Cotton
Holscry; Pipes nnd Tobacco, Sewing
Silk Drawers nnd Undershirts; Silk
Handkerchiefs, Statioueiy. Bathing
Towels, Stirrups and Spur?; Saddle
Blanket:1, Saddles; llcuditallsnml Reins,
Lamerns, Pelt and Straw Hats and
Cap , Jewelry, Perfumery. FlaUd Ware,
Pictures, Mlrrora, etc, etc, etc.
Two lino Sewing .Machines, Chalis, and
Tallor'b Counter, Tailor's Shears, etc.
One MeXeale it Urban Combination
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Auction Sale of
By order of Mr. O. DUVAL we will sell
at public auction, at his lc.-Iduncc,
Wednesday, May lth,
At 10 a m., the ontlio Household Furai
t ne, conMstiiig of
One Square Chickering Piano
Hair cloth parlor set,
Marble top centre table,
Centie mg, Picture, Chandeliers
Black Walnut Bedroom Sot,
Two bedroom tots,
Dining room furniture,
Relrlgeintor, Meat Safe,
Cook Stove and Utensils
Crockeiy and Glassware.
One baby carriage
Gai den icoW, &c.
E. P. ADAMS
LAST WEEK IN THIS CITY, A SAV.
ings Bank Book of Bishop & Co.,
belonging to George Huddy. 1 lie Under
will please return same to this olllce.
GOOD CARRIAGE HORSE.
Suitnhlo for a ladv to drive.
Pilco?S0. Enquire at tho Daily JUii.
liiin Offici:. 25 Ht
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT
occupied by Mr. Woodworth,
near the llrst biiduo. Nuuanu
Street. Possession can bo obtained after
thoUlst lint. Stable and pastuio land
adjoining the houic.
Alio, one Cottage on School Stieet.
Applv to J. T. WATERHOUSE,
25 3 w Queen Street.
A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD CHAR.
acter, with a respectable appear
uncc, as coachman who can dilvo a pair
or norscs. Appiytoj.r
Nuuanu Valley, or J. T,
house, (Juecn Street.
Apply to J. T. Waterhouse,
of Standard Brands to close nut stock,
will be sold nt Cost, Sizes us follows,
by the plcco:
lllcnrheil, (I, 7 mill H iiuni-tct-H.
Jlrown, , 7, to nml 11 quartern.
CAST!,! & COOK1-1
In lead tubis Is the pleaBantcBt yet made
for Iho face, which with
Patent Terebene Soap
is combined with Turubenc, tho uutlsop
tln nnd purifying properties of which
nro wondciful. For tale by
Ul lw. CASTLE & COOKE.
i;jjiirTiS-3CTrM"fiCwg.WHl)irt(li1 " iMlM.r.n i n i iimmiiiipliMftilf"W"l"n"irlP1 "' r"
By nrc'or of 3Ir.S. SAVIDGE, wo will
fill nt Public Auction, nt his residence,
OX TUESDAY, MAY , 1887
At 10 o'clock a. in., tho Household
Furniture, oonsUtlug cf
Hair Cloth Parlor Set,
Mm bio Top Center Table, 1 Two.
Light Chandelier, Center Rug, Sofa
Hugs, Black Walnut Whatnot,
Spring Matti esses, Jilack Walnut
Extension Table, Ciockcry
Rockers, Bureaus, Etc.
E. 1. ADAMS & CO.,
THE UNDESIGNED, HAVING
been appointed Assignee of the
C. T. VICA.'XA,
of Honolulu, a bankrupt, all persons in
debted to said estnto aro hereby notified
to make immediate payment to the un.
dcrsigncd. W. MAEKTENS,
Honolulu, April, 1SS7. '20 lw
Fourth Annual Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Club
To be hclil at ICapiolnni Park,
June 1 0th and 1 1th
Official Programme of Races
First Day, June lOtli, 1S87.
Races to commence at 12 noon.
1st. Honolulu Plate, $
Running Race; J mile dash: for
Hawaiian bred horses; weight for
2nd. Tho King's Plate, $
Trotting Race; for Hawaiian bred
horses only; mile heats; best two In
tlueu; to harness.
3rd. Waikapu Challcngo Cup, $ added
Running Rmo; mile dash; open
to all; winner to beat the recoicl ol
"May D " 1 :20.
4lh. Novelty ftace,
1 mile dash; 1st quarter ?
y. mllo $
H mile tf
1 mile $
Open to all Hawaiian bred horses.
5lh. Oceanic Purse,
Trotting Race; mile henti; best 3 hi'
S; to harness; open to nil.
Glli. Hawaiian Plate,
Running Race; mile dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
Races to coiniucnco nt 10 :U0 a m. sharp.
1st. Tho Queen's Plato, $
Running Race; A mile dash; open
2nd. Kamehamoha Plato, $
Running Race; 2 mile dash; open
3rd. Kalakaua Purse, $
Trotting Race; mile heats; best 2 in
3; to harness; open to all.
4lh. His Majesty's Cup,
Running Race; for Hawaiian bred
horses; owned by members of the
Jockey Club; 1 mile dash. Cup to
bo in u for annually. Entrance &0.
5h. Brccdor's Plato,
Running Race; mile dash; for all
a year olds.
Gth. Reciprocity Plato, $
Running Rice; mile dash; open
Roslla Challcngo Cup, $
Running Race; mllo dash; winner
to beat tho record ( f "Anglo A."
1 My made Juno 12, 1SS0, Cup to
bo run for aumiully, and to be held
by the winuei until his timu is bea
ten at a meeting of tho Jockey Club.
Open to nil.
, Jockey Club Post Match,
Swcepsteaks Trotting or Pacing
Race, best 2 in ii: free for all horses
who have not a record of it niins. or
better. To bo driven by members
of tho Joekoy Club. Entrance 10.
, Pony Raco, $
Running Race; 1 mllo dash; open
to only Hiwnlinn bred hor.-cs, not
over 11 hands, nnd not under il yrs.
old; catch weights.
All entries to closs at 12o'clnuk noon,
on Juno 1st 1887. nt tho ollluu of tho
Secictnry, and all cntrnuco feci to be
10 per cent, unless otlicrwUo specified.
All races to be.run or trotted under tho
rulca of thu Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission 50 cents each
To flruml Stand, cxtin... fiO cents and 91
Cairlages iusido of Oourte.. .$2fi0 each
Quarter Sti etch Jladgus $5.00 each
0. 0. BERGEB, Secretary.
For tiio of Stalls, Track, etc., apply to
Th s piogranunu is subject to revision
by tho Exenutlvo Cninniilteo. Purses
will bo announced nt an early date.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertlEO in the Daily Uulixun.
Boll Tel. 04(4,
Slutnal Tel. 100.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Cottnnos to Lot orLcaso In delight
ful locations within cny rencn of the
business part of thu city, with arc inimo
datlons suited to nny rcquirinii-nt and
on tno-t fnvoiiillu terms.
Thrco Lodging Establishments tor Sale
all pnying handsomely.
Tho "Old Corner," at Nuuanu nml
Queen Sticels. for snlo one of the beit
business stands In the nlly.
Thrco Pieces of Real Eslato In this dis
trict, outside of the city, for sale or
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
Unrivalled Opportunities for profit
Pull particulars given upon nppllca.
tlou nt thu Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Firsl-clnss Hnok-kcepers, Cnrpcnt,
Stewards, Cooks, Nuric.s and other
bklllcd labor desiring employment.
MRS. RODANET, the well-known
dre'sinakcr, looently returned
from Paris, has her dres-innl;ing looms
still on Emma street, above tho square.
1551 t J
$P ONE GOOD SOUND
family Mare; perfectly
safe to drive by ladles
or childicn. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
For Sale Cheap 1
1 Very Fine Iron Grey Mare,
1 years old, well broken to harness and
to saddle; a good roadster and peifectly
safe for n lady to drive.
Ono Hlnclo llucgy llnnu'HM.
One Open Ton lluiru.V,
Our Top II hk sr.V.
Tlie buggies ore in erfeit older
and as good n new, and can be bought
at u great biiculicu within the next lew
days. Apply to
18 lw 4'J Mciuhiml St., Honolulu.
AVERY FAIR CHANCE IS OF
fercd lo a sober and industrious
man to become a p.utner (in hnlf) of a
nowly established business in Honolulu.
Small amount of capital required and
the piospccls for a good and paying
businefs llrU into. For particulars in
.piire of J. MAGOON, Real Estate
Agent, Jleicbant street. 1(1 lw
For Salo or Lease.
nmiOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
X I'unahou Street called "Kunanilo
hlu," the property of C. 11. Judd, nro for
tale or for lease for a term of yeais.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13. 1S80. UOS
LL PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS
of nnv kind ucainst die under
signed, bolh seemed and tiusceiircd, arc
requested to present Iho same to Mil.
Ciias T. thiucit, at his office, No. t8
Merchant Street, llonulu'u, by or beforo
TUESDAY, May !Jrd. lfcS7.
Honolulu. April 2S, 1887. 22Jt
I CAUTION l'l'.KhOXH ngllillbt plll-
cluihiug IiiikIh at Pinion from Kcni
kcniliin or advancing him money on
inoitgago tlieicof, iih I who urn bin
lawful wife do not eoiifont, whose
consent in necessary by law.
AVniluku, Maui, April IlO, 1887.
tho Hawaiian Islands In the
matter of J. SI. KAPENA, against whom
a petition for adjudication wis tiled on
tho Kith day of April, 1897, in fnld Com t.
in llankruptcy. Iieforo Preston, J.
The 21st day of April, 1887.
Upon reading the snld petition, nnd
upon proof beforo mo taken, I do find
that the said John M. ICnpcua bus be
come a bankrupt within tho true intent
nnd meaning of the Act approved on the
20th day of August, 1881, entitled "An
Act to regulate proceedings in Rank
ruptcy in the Hawaiian Islands."
And I do hereby declare and ad judge
him u bankrupt accoidlngly.
And I do further older that Iho crcdl.
tors of tho snld bankrupt come in mid
nnd piovo their debts huloro such Jus.
tico of tho Supremo Court ns shall bo
sitting in Chambers nt Aliloluni Hale,
Honolulu, on FRIDAY' tho 20th day of
April, 1837, between tho hours of ten
o'clock In tho forenoon nnd noon of tho
fnld day, and elect one or more nssignco
or assignees of the said bankrupt estate.
And that notice thereof bo published
in tho Daily IIui.i.h-hn, Hawaiian Ga
zelle and Kiiokoa, newspapois published
In Honolulu, In tho English and Ha
And that the said bankrupt shall im.
mediately file with the Clerk of this
Honorable Comt a schedule of his cred
itors uud assets, as required bv tho raid
Juttioii ot tho Snpicinu Court.
Attest! .1.11. RribT,
yd Deputy Cleik. 10 10t
PROPER APPLICATION HAVING
JL this day been mado befoio Preston,
J., il Isordeied by tho Court that the
healing uho set forth bo postponed
until WEDNESDAY NEXT, May 4th,
In Chambers, nt 10 o'clock a, m,
ly tho Point.
Honolulu, April 23, 18S7. 22 Ct
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
W coluuiB. $2 per onnuin,
Bell Tel. H2,
Mutual Tel. 7i.
0. Box 107.
J. E. BROWN & GO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Real Estate Apis, Etc.,
Oiler the ft 1 owiuir:
To Lot. Shop In new brick building on
Klnir ttreel. near Nuiiunu. neU to
Chinee News Co.'u olllces. ReLt very
Rooms to Rent Furnished in the lest
Rooms lo Ronl. Four very handsomely
furnished rooms In largo house; well
situated on Nuuanu Avenue. Rent
$10 a mouth each.
To Lob The house and grounds situated
in Nuuanu Avenue, recently occupied
by A. J. Carlwrlght, Jr., fctq. Rent
To Let. A 5-roomcd Cottage, with Car.
riage House and Outhouse", Nuuanu
Avenue, near Oovcrnmont reservoir,
above lato ijuccn uowngcr Animas
place, with about 2 acres of land, 2JLf
miles from town. Rent $10 per month.
To Lei. ACroomed Cottage, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuuanu
Acnue, opposite " Vnlley Home," In
excellent cider. Path and wnter con
cnicnccs. Heut 318.
To Let. a pleasantly situated residence,
comprising two cottages, outhouses,
etc., on l'nuoa road, near Punchbowl
stieet. Rsnt very low to meet the
Ilouso and Lol lor Sale. Very desirable
rclflcncc on Ilcictauia Street. Tho
hoti'e contains -1 Uedroonis, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Rathroom. Mosipilto proof. Hcuso
ntw and well built.
Lot 100 by 100 feet with privllego ef
buying next lot. Will be sold chcaj.
For Salo or Loaso -With immediate pos
session, that valuable estate kiioun as
the NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
situated in tho Nuuanu Valley. 2J
miles from the city, and undoubtedly
the mot eligible site for a milk or
milk and butter dairy in this Kingdom.
Tho above splendid property may be
hnd on easy teuns.
Simmons wanted by
And other clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kopt & written up,
28 Merchant Street.
Just received ex "Alnmcda,"
Jn torus of 1887; iiIno
Border and Ceiling Decoration
In great variety ot reduced prices.
WILDER & CO.
CHAS. J. FISHELS
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.'
Horses and Cattle Treated for
licHirieiicc: .'II Alukeu Street,
j. o, XI OX 408. sott
iim-MMm ph.,i 1 in illwjajiyi ,imj
Australian fail Service
Villi HAM K'ltAKCISCO,
The new iiinl lb o Al Mecl stem ship
Of the Oceanic Strtiiui hip Comptny, will
be due nt Honolulu trom Sjdi.cy
anil Auckland o'l ' r about
May 5th, 1887,
And will leave for the above port wills
malls nail passengeis on or utiuut that
Tor f i eight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
line Al steel steamship
Of tho Ocennlc Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sun
Francisco on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will have prompt dbpatch with
malls and passcngcis for the ubnvu port.
For freight or passage, liuvlng SU
PERlOR ACCOMMODATIONS, npply
37 WM. 0. IEWIN & CO., Agents.
At the lowest figure, of the finest qunl
Warranted genuine, made of tho pure
juice only nnd gunrantcd to btand
Will not deteriorate in quality for any
number of years. Large quantities ox.
ported every year, by some of tho larg.
est commercial firms of this city, to dif.
ferent parts of tho United Slates nnd
tho German Empire.
WANUFACTUIIKB AT Till!
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
ISwtubllMlieil In 1HOU.
Practical Confectioner, Prstry Cook
Hotel, lict. Ximunu nml Fort Ntiu
Both Telephones No. 14. 01
BOOTS &JSH0ES !
Begs to inform the public, that he lias
just returned from San Francisco, whero
ho tclected nu
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladies' Pino French Kid Slioe,
Men's Fine Hoots nnd Shoes,
Children's Elegant Shoes,
and a lino lot of
IXFAXTS' I1KOXZK MIiIllEIlS.
Cl o. 1.1 Xiiuanu Htrcut. lm
Carriages at all hours, day and night.
Saddle Horses, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Carts with stylish nnd gentle
horses to let.
A few Horse?, guaranteed. .Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carls and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Riug up Telephone 32, or apply to
MILES & IIATLEY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Coiner of Xiiuunu A Hotel NticetM.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Cairlago Company has been re
cently organized, and guarantees to
furnish good conveyance, trustworthy
drivers, and will make no extoitlonato
All calU will be promptly attended to.
A NICE FURNISHED FRONT
room at No. 4 Garden Lane. 01
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpilREK NICK COTTAGES, 1MBT
J y furnished, nnd suitable for
housekeeping, aro to let at Wnlklkl.
Apply to ALLKN HKP.BKHT, or to this
FOR SALE ! "
ONK LARGE LOT. corner Peiuacola
and Lunnlllo fts., which can bo
divided into two or more building lots.
Lutpilro of Q. WEST,
3054 Of West, Dow & Co.
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