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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Bunk ot Onlllbrnia, H. IT.
And their agent in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlslchurch, and AVclllngton,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Published about the End and Middle
of each 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 lino of business that may tbpend,
in part, for Its support, upon foreign pa
tronage. These Summaries go to all
parts of tho English-speaking world,
and the demand for them is constantly
Subscription, Including Postage to Foreign
Countries, $2.50 per Year.
On and alter this day,
Mr. Sam McKeague
Will have charge of the delivery of tho
Bollltin Ofi'ice, May 2, 1887.
Pltdged to neither Sect sor Party.
But established for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY. MAY 3. 1887.
WITHOUT AUTHORITY OF LAW.
A few days ago we questioned the
legality of forcibly taking from the
Reformatory School at Kapalaiua its
inmates, and placing them on board
the Kaimiloa or any other ship, and
deem it expedient to again revert to
the matter. In case they voluntarily
consent to the rcuiovnl, or, being
minors, their parents or legal guard
ians consent for them, we would
suppose there can be no legal im
pediment. But without this consent,
we very much doubt if there is any
legal authority for such a step. The
boys have been distinctly committed
to the Reformatory School, at Pa
lama, as specified on the mittimuses,
and not to a Reformatory School,
or to the Kaimiloa. It is not a
question as to whether it would be
for the good of the boys and the
community to sond them to sea, but
is it legal to do so?
The Government is as much bound
to respect and act within the limits
of the law as the poorest mendicant
in the land. This is a fundamental
principlo of constitutional govern
ment. The authorities arc not pri
vileged to ignore the law, to suit
their own convenience or to satisfy
their own caprice. It is admitted
they have done so in more instances
than one, and particularly recently
in the matter of the withdrawal of
tho Queen Street appropriation,
under false pretences, as shown by
their own published statement of a
week ago. But thoy have no more
prerogative in the matter, than any
man has to break into the treasury
and empty the money chest of its
. contents; and by such acts they
render themselves liable to impeach
ment, and to something still more
There is, if we are not mistaken,
no legal warrant for sending tho
Reformatory School boys to sea,
without the consent of those who
alone have the legal right to con
sent. To say that tho Board of
Education, to whose care these
juveniles arc entrusted, have lawful
authority to apprentice them, witli
or without consent, may bo correct.
Yet to apprentice within tho king
dom is a vastly different thing from
sending them thousands of miles
away. Moreover, as a matter of
fact, the Board has not been in the
habit of forcibly apprenticing Re
formatory School boys. For ten
years at least, up to within a year
, ago, not ft solitary boy was ever in
- donturcd from that institution with
out tho proper consent having been
previously procured.. During that
v period there were many boys desired
as apprentices by different parties,
whose wishes were refused simply
because the boys or their parents
withheld their consent.
It is not true that till the boys
who have been selected for the
Knhnlloa nre willing to go. Some of
thorn, yes. All of them, no. To
those who have charge of them, thoy
may, from fear, say ye9, when ques
tioned; but to people outside, some
of them express n strong objection,
and nsk those people to uso exertions
to prevent their transportation.
Then, in some instances, the parents
enter a protest. They may not, from
timidity and fear of after unpleasant
consequences to themselves, have
the courage to cuter their protest at
head quarters. But they do not
hesitate to come to us, unbosom
their thoughts, and ask us to advo
cate their rights. In the interests
of these poor people we have again
icfcrrcd to this matter, and protest
in the name of humanity and equal
rights, against a despotic and cruel
proceeding, which is no other than
a form of kidnappcry.
Li IIU i
RUNAWAYS AND REMEDIES.
Runaways arc of such frequent
occurrence in. this city, that it would
seem a waste of time to set the type
describing same, as they arc all
more or less of a similar character.
But we have a suggestion to make
with regard to this much-harped
upon subject. A week never passes,
and rarely a day, but a runaway of
some kind or other has to be re
corded, always resulting in more or
less damage to property, and
not unfrcqucntly endangering life.
When a spirited horse once starts
off on the rampage in a locality that
is frequented by carriages and
pedestrians, many of the latter
being women and children, it is ex
citing to anticipate the results. For
anyone on foot to attempt to stop
the furious and headlong course of
a frightened steed, is next to fool
hardiness. Onward it goes, swerv
ing from side to hide, until at
length the animal's strength is
spent, or he happens to dash into
some inextricable position, through
meeting with an immoveable ob
stacle. "We would suggest, that in
order to counteract, in a great
measure, the dangers arising from
runaways, and also furious and
heedless driving, that a mounted
policeman be assigned to duty dur
ing the day on Fort street and adja
cent much frequented avenues.
Jack, Tom or Ilnny, may say lie
docs not keep runaway horses, but
experience teaches us, that horses
run away, irrespective of owners.
Now, a policeman bestriding a
licet steed, trained to stop run
aways by galloping alongside, for
the purpose of lassoing, might pre
vent many a serious accident. This
plan has been adopted in New York
and other Eastern cities, and is
found to work well. The Mounted
Squad in New York consists of 100
men, attache;! to live distinct pre
cincts. In the neighborhood of Cen
tral Park nine mounted policemen
are specially assigned for duty dur
ing the day. The sturdy riders
,often incur great risks, but seldom
fail to accomplish their object, or to
save the lives and limbs o'f affright
ed carriage occupants. In the mat
ter of horsemanship, Hawaii can
boast of as largo a proportion of
expert riders as any part of the
world, and men for tho worked sug
gested can be got by the score.
Ono or two such men around tho
populous parts of Honolulu would
tend to create a feeling of confi
Having sold my Express Busi
ness and good-will to Mr. M. N.
Sanders, on account of intended
dcpartuie from tho Kingdom,
I hereby request ull claims
against mo to lm presented by
tho 10th of May, and nil Mils
owing mo to bo paid by the 1st
of June, 1837.
20 2w F. II. OEDING.
M. N. SANDERS
Having bought out
Uusinei', beg to Inform tho public tliot
ho will promptly tiansfer or deliver nil
baggage entrusted to his care, and will
endeavor to givo satisfaction to all his
patrons at all times.
Stand, at same place,
81 King Stceet
KSriiolli Telephones, No SU. COlin
GOOD CAIUUAGE HOUSE.
Suitable for a Indv to drive.
Piico $80. Enquiio at tho Daily Uul
letin OnucK. 25 lit
Thoodoro Parker once spoke of
Beccher as the "preacher of tho Ply
mouth pulpit whose sounding-board
was the Hockey Mountains."
Professor Turner, the eelobrated
anatomist of Edinburgh, receives a
salary of 820,000. This is said to
bo the largest salary received by any
professor in the world.
1 - -
By order of W. MAEHTENS, Aslgn
co of the Bankrupt Estute of U. T. Akami,
1 will soil at Public Auction,
WEDNESDAY, MAY 4th, '87
At 10 a. 111., at my salesrooms, corner
of Port and Queen Streets, the whole of
the stock of merchandise bcloimlnu to
said bankrupt estate, consisting ot
Mll and JJojh
Wlille colored nml llanucl shirts,
Boys and Men's Linen and Denim
pants. Brown Cotton, Denims, Prints,
Shirtings, Sheetings, Calico and Mole
skin; Lamp; Machine and Cotton
llolsery; Pipes and Tobacco, Sewing
Kill; Diawcis and Undershirts; Silk
Handkerchiefs, Statlonciy. Bathing
Towels, Stirrups and Spurs; Saddle
Blanket?, Saddles; Headstalls mid Reins,
Lanterns. Felt and Straw Hats and
Cap", Jewelry, Perfumery, Plated Ware,
Pictures, Mirrors, etc, etc, etc.
Two Hue Sewing Machines, Chairs, aud
Tailor's Counter, Tailor's Shears, etc.
Ono McNc.ilc & Urban Combination
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
24 3t. Auctioneer.
Auction Salo of
By order of Mr. 0. DUVAL we will sell
at public miction, nt his lolilctiuc,
WEDNBM, MAY 4th,
At 10 a m., the entiro Household Furni
tare, consisting of
One Square Chickering Piano
Haircloth pallor set,
Murlile tap ccntio table,
Centre tug, Picture, Chandeliers
Black Walnut Bedroom Set,
Two bedroom sots,
Dining room furniture,
ltcfrigcialor, Meat Safe,
Cook Stovo and Utensils
Crockery and Glassware.
One biby carriage
Garden tool, &c.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
At 10 o'clock a. in.
I will sell at Public Auction at the resi
dence of E. II. OOmVOltTH, Nuuanu
Valley, on account of dupajtuie, the
whole of his Household Furniture, en
Uedroom Sets, Mattresses, M03.
tpiito Nets, Hook Case. Superior It
V Dining lloom Furniture, Limps,
Ciockory and Ghisswaie, Hath Tub,
etc., etc., also
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
LEWIS J. -LEVEY,
Mechanic Engine Go. No. 2 !
THE members of this Company are
requested to attend thu Monthlv
Mccting. at their Hall, on WEDNES
DAY Evening, May 4th, at 7:80 o'clock.
Easiness Nomination of Enuinccis.
JA8. F. MOllGAN,
20 2t Foreman.
A MEETING OF
will be held on
Friday Evening, May Cth,
At 8 o'clock,
In the Dining room of tho British Club,
to take steps for a suitable Commcinora.
tion ol' thu
of tho Accession of
Her Majesty Queen Victoria !
All British Subjects are invited
(Signed) J. II. WODEHOUSE,
II. U. M's Commissioner
And Consul General.
Honolulu, April !0. lc'87. 20 ilt
Dissolution of Partnership.
HAHIIISON 1)1103. have dissolved
partnership by mutual consent.
Honolulu, May S, 1887. 20 It
THE HOUSE AT PUESENT
occupied by Mr. Woodwortli,
near tho flist hrldiro. Niiunnu
Street. Possession can lie obtained after
tho2lbt iust. Stable and pasture land
adjoining tho house.
"Also, ouu Cottage tin School Stiect.
Apply to J. T. WATEUIIOUSE,
25 2 iv Queen Street.
A YOUNG MAN OF GOOD CHAP.
ucter, willi it lespectablu appear
ance, as foachmon who cnu tlilvo a pair
of horses. Apply lo J. T. Wntrrhousc,
Nuuanu Valley, or J. T. & 11, Water,
house, Queen Street. 25 Ut
,-,. ly.-i, -jiiiir.iiin miMtnimowrirjiiw wiriimwn
Fourth Annual Mi'utiiiR
Haw'n Jockey Club
To bo held nl Kapio!aiil IVrk,
June lOthand 1 1th
Official Programme of Races
First Day, Juno lOtli, 1887.
Jiacoj to commence at IS noon,
t tt. Honolulu Plate, $
Illuming Unco; milo dash: for
Hawaiian bred horses; weight for
2nd. Tho King's Plato, $ ,
Trotting ltacci for Hawaiian bred
horses only ; mile heats; best two in
thice; to harness.
3rd. Walkapu Clmllongo Cup, $ added
Running Hasc; ?.f mile dash; open
to all; winner to heat the rccoid of
"May I) " 1 :20.
4th. Novelty Race,
1 mile dash; 1st quarter
H '"He S
9.i milo $
1 milo $
Open to all Hawaiian bred horses.
5lh. Oceanic Purse,
Trotting liace; mile hentj; beat i) in
C; to harness; open to all.
Cth. Hawaiian Plato,
Illuming Raeo; mile dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
Knees to eommenco at 10:30 a.m. sharp.
1 si. Tho Queen's Plato, $
llunuing Pace; ' mile tlusli; open
2nd. Kamchamolia Plato, $
llunnlug Race; 2 milo dasli; open
3rd. Kalakaua Purse, $
Trotting llaco; mile heats; best 2 in
!I; to harness; open to all.
4th, His Majesty's Cup,
Punning Unco; fur Hawaiian brid
hoiMS; owned by monitors of tho
.lockiy Club, 1 mile dash. Cup to
be l mi foi annually. Entrance $-0.
5th. Breeder's Plato, ?
Ituuiiiui! Knee; mile dnsh; for all
U year olds
Clh. Reciprocity Plate, $
lluiming Ilaee; ?f mile-dash; open
7th. liosita Challcngo Cup, $
Kunning liace; milo dash; winner
to bent tho record ff "Anglu A."
1 :t3J made .Juno 18, 1SS0. Cup to
be i uli for iinnonlly, and to bu luld
by the wiunci until his lime Is bin
ten nt a meeting of tho .Tochey Club.
Open to all.
8th. Jockey Club Post Match,
Swcepstcaks Tiotting or Pacing
Itaco; best 2 in il: free for all hoises
who havu not a record of il mill', or
better. To bo dii ven by niembcis
of tho Jockey Club. Entrance 10.
9lh. l'ony Race, $
lluiming lticc; 1 milo dnehjopsn
to only Hiwaliiin tired horses, not
over 14 li'inds, ami not under 11 yrs.
old; catch weights.
All entries to oioss nt 12 o'clock noon,
on Juno 1st 1887. at the ollice of the
Scerctniy, and nil entrance feci to bu
10 per cent, unlujs otherwise specified.
All races to be.ruu or tiolted under the
rule-, of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission 50 cents each
To Grand Stand, extra... CO cents nnd $1
Ciuringes inside of Course. . .2 50 cooh
Quarter Stretch Jt.idgos 5.00 each
C. 0. 7JERGEB, Secretary.
For use of Stalls, Tiack, etc., apply to
CAPT.JNO. II. 1)110 WN.
Th s programme is subject to revision
by tho Executive Committee. Purses
will bo announced at an early dale.
Having iccu'cd tho Services of
Geo, C. Stratemeyer
we arc prepared to executo all
House ox Sig-n
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Ilecords Searched, Abstract of Tillo
Furnished, and Conveyances
Drawn on slioit notice.
Collection A3encY.-M11.JOHX GOOD,
Jit., Authorized Collector.
General Business Agency,
-No. 38 Mer-
Itell Tolt'iilioiiu !MH.
I. O. llox 11.1.
TMIE UNDESIGNED. HAVING
X been appointed Assignee of tho
C. T. A.ICA.1VA.
of Honolulu, 11 bankrupt, all persons in.
tlcbicd lo said estate nro hereby notified
to maka immediate payment to tiio 1111.
dersigned. W. MAEIITENS,
Honolulu, Api il, 1837. 20 1 w
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advcrtlso in tho Daily Bulletin.
nTMoyiitiifcnyninfiiirlBKawkjv'Mnft,!a- MWMrrni'ni tammtu
neii Tci. n is.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Collanos to Lot or Lcaso In d 'light-
fill lne.i In s wi I in ei y r'Hcii of i tic
biiiiei art o ih d'y, w tii u c tnnio
d'liio it sill cd in any rcipjlrtui lit mid
on mo t fuoriill j terms
Three Lodging Establishments for Salo
all paying handsomely.
Tho "Old Cornor," at Nuuunu nnd
Queen Streets, for sale ono of tho best
business stands in the ciiy.
Thrco Pieces ol Real Eslato in this dis
trict, outsldo of thu city, for sale or
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
ITnrlvnllctl Opportunities Tor profit
Fuir particulars given upon oppllca.
tlou at the Agency.
No. 38 Merchant, Slrocl, Honolulu.
First-class Hook-keepers, Carpenter,
Stewards, Cook, Nurses and other
skilled labor desiring employment.
of Stniulaid Brands to close out stock,
will lie sold at Cot. Size as follows,
by I he piece:
Itlcnclictl, !, 7 nml N iniiirlern.
Ill-own, ;. 7, 10 nml It (iitnrtoi'4.
JA$TfiK & COOKK.
Tcrcbcnc Shaving Cream!
In lead tubes U thcpleasantoslyct mado
for the face, which ulth
Patent Torebene Soap
is combined with Tercbcnc, the nulls op
tl' nnd puiifying properties of uhlch
nro wnmlcifiil. For mo by
21 lw. CASTLE & COOKE.
"f RS. RODANET, she well-known
ItJL ilrcsmnkcr, lecenlly lelurncd
from Paris, 1ms her dru-inuking rooms
still on lininia street, above thu squaic.
Jp ONE GOOD SOUND
iiuiiuy .ii are; pcricciiy
safe to drive by ludlcs
or children. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
.For Sale or .Lease.
THOSE PIIKM1SES SITUATED ON
I'uunliou Street called "Kanauilo
hlu," tho propel ty of 0. II Judd, 010 for
sale or for lease lor a term of years.
For p.itticulars inquire of
ALEX. J. CAHTWltlGIIT.
Honolulu, Dee. 13. 1&S0. If 03
ALL PAHTIES HAVING CLAIMS
of any kind against liio under
tigncd, liolfi secured and tin seen red, nro
reipie'itcil to present Iho i-amo to Mn.
Ciiab T. Gumck, at his ollice, No. H8
Meiehant Street, Honolulu, by or before
TUESDAY, May 3rd. lt-87.
Honolulu, April 2S. 1687. 22 41
I caution ruiifiONH ngniiist pur
chasing lauds at Pnuon from Kcni
kuuiliin or advancing liiui monoy on
11101 tgago tlicieof, as I who am liis
lawful wife' do not consent, whose
consent is necessary by law.
Wailuku, Mnui, April 110, 1887.
TN T1BK SVPKEMK OUItT
X of tho Hawaiian Island. In the
matter of J.M. KAPENA, ngaiiift whom
"a petition for adjudication wab tiled on
tho lfith day of Apiil, 18S7, in . 'aid Court.
In Bankruptcy. Ueforo Preston, J.
'Hie 21st day ofApiil, 1887.
Upon rending tho said petition, nnd
upon proof hoforo mo taken, 1 do find
that tho Eiild John M. Kupuni bus be
come a bankrupt itliln thu true intent
and meaning of tho Actoppiovcd on tho
29th day of August, 188 J, entitled "An
Act to regulate piocecdings In Hank,
l'liplcy 111 the Hawaiian Islands."
And I do lieioby declare and ndjiidgo
him a hank'tipl accordingly.
And I do further order that the crctll.
tors of the Baid bankrupt come In and
nnd piovc their debts beloio Mich .TuS.
ticu of tho Supremo Court as shall bo
sitting in Chambers ut Alilolnni Hale,
Honolulu, onFlUDAYthe 20lh day of
Anrll. 1837. between thu bonis of ten
o'clock In Iho forenoon nnd noon, of 'the
fnld day, and elect ono or more assignee
or assignees of tho said bnnktuptostate.
Ami that uotleu thereof bu published
In tho Daily llULLin in, aww'iau Ga
zelle nnd luioliott, newspapeia published
in Honolulu, in tho English and Ha
And that thu said bankrupt shall lm.
mediately filo with tho Clerk of this
Houornhlo Couit a schedule of his cred
itors and assets, as required by tho cald
Act. E. PHESTOX
luMlco of thu Suptciiic Court.
Attest: J. II. It list,
2d Deputy Clerk. 30 101
PKOPElt APPLICATION HAVING
tliis day been made beforu Preston,
J., it is ordered by tho Court that tho
healing nbovo set foith lm postponed
until WEDNESDAY NEXT, May -1th,
In Chambers, nt 10 o'clock a. in.
By the Com t.
Honolulu, April 23,1887. 22 fit
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10 colums. $3 per annum.
Bell Tel. 112.
0. Box i.07.
Campboll Slock, Merchant St.,
Heal Estate Apts, Etc.,
Ofl'ur the f . 1 wing:
To Lot. Slnp in nuw bilik building on
King sired, n'nr Nuui.nu, i.ut lo
Chine e Ne bCo 'a oilier. Kii.t eii
Room3 io Rcnl F miMad in the lest
Rooms to Reni. Four very hiiiuhomcly
furnished rooms in largo home; well
situated on Nituauu Avenue. Kent
1.") ii month each.
To Lot. Tho house and grounds situated
in Nuuunu Avenue, recently occupied
by A. J. Cartwrlght, Jr., Ebq. Kent
To Lot. A Croomcd Cottage, with Car.
ringc House nml uuuiouhc", miunnu
Avenue, near Government reservoir,
nbove lato Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with about 2 acres of land, 2tf
miles fiom town. Kent $10 per month.
To Lol. AO-roomcd Cottage, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuunim
Avenue, opposite "Valley Homo," in
excellent cider. Path aud water con
venhnccs. Kent $M.
To Let. a pleasantly tluintcd residence,
comprising two cottages, outhouses,
etc., on l'auoa road, near Punchbowl
stiect. llcnt very low to meet tho
House and Lot for Salo. Very desirable
teddenco on Ilcietnuia Street. Thu
liou'-o contains -1 Uedroom, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen nnd
Uathroom. Mosquito proof. House
new aud well built.
Lot 100 by 1G0 feet with privilege of
buying next lot. Will be sold eicaj.
For Salo or Lcaso -with immediate pos.
session, that valuable estate known ns
tho NVJUANU VALLEY HANCII,
siliintttl in tho Nuuanu Valley. 2J
miles from thu city, and undoubtedly
the ino'l eligible site for a milk or
milk nml butler dairy in tills Kingdom.
The nbovu splendid properly may lie
had on easy terms.
Situations wanted by
And other classes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
'J8 Merchant Street.
Just received ex "Alameda,"
I'atteriiH of 1887; siIho
Border and Ceiling Decoration
in great variety at reduced prices.
WELDER & CO.
GHAS. J. FISHEL S
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
Horses and Cattle Treated for
Remittance: .tl Alnkua Street,
J?, o. BOX 108. sott
Australian Mail Service
lMUt MAN JFKAXCJHCO,
The now and flio Al tteel steamship
Of tin-Oceanic Slrniiu hip Conipiny, will
be due al liotiolu u from hjtli.ey
i.u I AucM nil t.'i t nl out
May 5th, 1 887,
leave for lb- above port with
pacsingi'is on or aoout Hint
i-or fielL'lil or
pnssagc, having BU.
WM. Q. IEWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new aud lino Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Btcainthlp Company, will
bo duo nt Honolulu from S.ui
Francisco on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will have prompt dhpatch with
malls and passengers for tho above port.
For freight or passage, having BU
PEIUOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
At the lowest figure, of Iho finest qual
Warranted genuine, made of Iho pure
juice only and guaranted to stand
EXPORT' TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate In quality for any
number of years. Large quantities ex
ported evety year, by some ot the Inrg.
est commercial linns of tills city, to dif
fercnl parts of tho United Slates and
the German Empire.
MANUFACTURED AT Till:
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
XKtubllsllcd In 180LI.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry
Hotel, bet. Xuiinnii nut 1'ort
Iloth Telephones No. 74.
BOOTS &JSH0ES !
Begs to infoim tho public, that ho has
jusvreturncd from San Francisco, where
lie selected an
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Lndles' Fino French Kid Shoes
Men's Fine Bonis mid Shoes,
Children's Elegant Shoes,
nnd a fine lot of
lNTAXTH' IIROXXK HlilPPIHtS.
03 So. 1:1 Xituaiiti Street. lm
Carriages nt all bonis, day and night.
Saddlo Horses, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Carfs with stylish and gentlo
horses to let.
A few Hoises, guaranteed. Second
baud Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply to
MILKS & IIAYLKY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO,
Corner of Xuuuiui Jt Hotel Htreet.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Carriage Company has been re
cently organised, aud guarantees to
furnl-li good conveyances, trustworthy
drivers, and will mako no extortionate
All calU will bo piomptly attended to.
j. room at No. 4 Garden Lane. f04
COTTAGES TO LET.
npiIKEE NICE COTTAGES, PAItT
X ly furnished, and suitable for
housekeeping, aro to Ut nt Waikiki.
Apply lo ALLEN HERBERT, or to this
FOR SALE I
ONE LAliaE LOT. corner Pcnsucola
and Lunalilo Sts., which can bo
divided into two or more building lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
1GI51 Of West, Dow & Co.
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