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ft BISHOP &.0o., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
' Draw Kxohauge on the
, Bank ot Cullibrnin, H. IT.
And tliolr agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONO KONO.
Meiirg. N. M. Hothaclillil A Hon. Inmlnn
JM TliA flnfnmtjr-nlal llnnlr Cr tt Uvilnno
.UVW. .......... ...,,., W JUUVJ,
E i ' The Commercial Bunk Co., of Sydney,
1 .. uunuuo.
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlslchurcli, nnd Wellington,
Tho Bank of Uritlsh Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
' nun 1 v
Published about tho End and Middle
of eaoh Month.
vouuuns tu iuiuinus 01 luicresuiig
News Relating to the Var
There Is no belter publication for
sending to friends abroad, nor is there
uny bolter medium for advertising any
special Hue of business that may tbpend,
in part, for Its support, upon foreign pa
tronage. These Summaries go to all
parts of Ihu English-speaking world,
and tho 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 the
l TVtll.V Ttltf.T.V.TlV.
Bulletin Oki'ice, May 2, 1887.
Pledged to r either Beet sor Party.
Bat eiUMtihed tcr the benefit of all.
THURSDAY. MAY 5. 1887.
WHAT SHALL BE DONE?
According to an advertised notice
over the signature of James II.
Wodehouse, II. 15. M.'s Commis
sioner and Consul General, "a
meeting of British residents will be
held to-morrow evening at 8 o'clock,
in the dining 100m of the British
Club, to take steps for a suitable
commemoration of the fiftieth anni
versary of the accession of Her
Majesty Queen Victoria. ""
It may be rather late in the day to
call a meeting for this purpose, but
"Better late than never."
The Jubilee is coming. What
shall we do? Various suggestions
have been made at dinner tables, or
at strcet corners, and even pioposi
tions have been ventured in one or
two of the newspapers ; but so far
nothing has assumed definite shape.
Many of the suggestions have
their points of commendation, and
perhaps all of them have points to
which theic aro objections. Some
of them might be classed as extrava
gant, that is, costing, more than the
British portion of the community
could be expected1 to contribute ;
while others would fall under the
head of economical. Probably tho
most objectionable form among those
suggested, is that of a denomina
tional character. To tako every
body, in it must be non-sectarian.
In order to make the whole
scheme a success, it is a sine qva
von that there should bo a good at
tendance at the meeting to-morrow
evening, when suggestions can be
made, and such a Committee ap
pointed as will be competent to
judge which will be best to act
WE ARE SAFE.
Shallow-brained and short-sighted
men have talked, and newspaper
editors have published, volumes of
tnvaddlo about our military and
naval forces. Prosy, common-placo
people, incapable of grasping the
idea of ulaciug a defensive battery
of 81-ton guns on Diamond Head or
despatching an army to conquer tho
United States, insolently and ignor
nntly enquire, "What use have we
for an army and navy V Wc arc at
peace with the world and at peaco with
ourselves, and why not reduce our
military and naval forces to a peace
footing? Wo have no enemies,
foreign or domestic, and a standing
army is a needless and crimiual ex
pense." Although tho men control
ling the destinies of tho country,
nnd managing its affairs with a pro
fundity of wisdom that might not bo
surprising us an emanation from nn
Insane asylum, liavo been, most of
tho time, above and beyond tho reach
of eucIi balderdash, it would appear
that even they have at last permitted
themselves to be touched by its in
llucncc, as inferred from tho fact of
so ninny distinguished ollleers being
allowed a furlough in foreign lands.
A lieutenant-general, a quarter
master-general, and two colonels,
ntnoug whom is tho renowned hero
of Ocean Island, are now absent
from the kingdom, nnd cannot be
recalled on short notice. This in
ference, however, may possibly be
constructive accusation against the
authorities, of indifference to the
national safety, which is undeserved ;
for it must be admitted that we havu
before our eyes evidences that our
defences continue to absorb the
earnest attention of our great men.
Tho gates of the citadel are being
put in readiness for tho reception of
any foe that may effect a landing on
our shores, and the navy is now in a
condition to meet a foreign licet off
Diamond Head, and obscure tho
record of Trafalgar. The fact that
these defences have been considered
of such paramount importance as to
be allow cil the first claim on the
public treasury, indicates that our
rulers are more concerned for our
safely than granting leave of absence
to so many veteran ollleers would
seem to imply. Citizens may feci
easy, for the country is quite able to
repel any invader who wishes to
carry off our metropolitan works of
art, such as tho Kamchamelia statue,
the dry fountain at the corner of
Bethel stiect, the lions in Xutiami
Valley, or the palace garden walls,
to decorate some foreign capital.
THE WATCH RELIEVED.
nv " xui.'
Sauntering along tho Esplanade
last evening, after nil the bustle and
tin moil of the day had subsided, I
saw two of those military chaps
coming down the lee side of Fort
street. They weic rigged up in full
w inter regimentals, and each had a
loaded rillc with fixed bayonet, and
a fully charged knapsack on his
back. As they saluted me in a
familiar kind of way, I returned the
compliment, and at 'the same time
noticing there was something irreg
ular in their gait, I turned on mv
heel and followed them down to the
beach, feeling cm ions to iind out
what was their little game. Edging
up to tho least fierce-looking one of
tho two, says I, "Aloha, arc you
going to kill anybody?" "Yoff bet
we arc," says my soldier friend,
"we've got a piil for that fellow
that runs the Kaimiioa, and if wo
don't shoot him, we'll piseu him."
Feating that these armed rapscal
lions might carry out their mad
threats without any witnesses being
present, I resolved to accompany
them to the scene of the premedi
tated tragedy. After wading single
file across "the mud Hat near the
Pacific Mail wharf, wc reached the
Kaimiioa, finding the guard to be
relieved, reclining on a soft plank
in the 'tween decks, with an iron
bound block for a pillow. A kick
in the rear aroused the slumbcrcr,
and lie arose and demanded satis
faction. Feaiing that the pills in
tended for the skipper, might bo
mutually exchanged by these de
fenders of the fiag, I stepped in and
suggested another mode of settling
their differences. Having heard
something like a bottle rattle in the
knapsack, I moved that the knap
sack be opened, the corks drawn,
and the King's health be drunk.
They clasped hands, and fell in
with the motion as naturally as two
old swipcrs. The sergeant of marines
happened to come along at this
moment, and ordered all hands on
deck. Tho guard obeyed orders
and "burying the hatchet" with
another couple of bottles, ono as
sumed tho position of First Luff on
the bridge, swearing vengeance at
Grizzley if ever lie dared put his
foot over the gangway without
touching h'i3 hat to the olllcer qii
Whilst all this little business was
going on, I happened to twig the
Old Man down at the boat-house
with his binoculars in hand, taking
in the whole situation.
Finding the beer was run out nnd
tho guard was getting sleepy I bid
the boys good-night and piomised
to call again.
BY oidcr of W. Miici tens, algneo
of tho Jtaukiiipt Jlstnlo of 0. T.
Akann, I will bell at my salerooms on
SATURDAY, MAY 1,
At 12 o'clock noon,
15 Choice Saddle Horses,
16 Second-hand Saddles,
1 McNeale & Urban fire-proof safe,
car TKUMS CASH -a
, LTJWI3 J. LKVEY,
28 st Auctioneer.
Tho best modern Improved siege
gun costs $'.17,000, and every time
it is fired the ammunition costs 8'JOO.
A jury has decided that when a
dentist has to wait for a patient ho
cannot collect $7 an hour for his
Don't forget the sale
To take place, down stains
Beginning nl 10 11. in.
ltcdnctlou of 5 per runt, on all pur
chases over Ono Dollar.
The f-pt'oiul fcatuic of the sale will be
JI1S3 LOW has jut arrived fioni San
Fianei-co, and is pic.uicd to gin les
tons in both wax v.oil; mill piper How
era. Classes will be fui mud on Satur
day, to begin work on Monday. Fur
further paiiicul.ug come to the tale.
Mr. John Mngoon
IS nuthoiied to (.dice l bll,andhls
receipt for the sunt' will lie, Mifll
dent, lor tin
UNION DA IKY.
Honolulu, May 5, l!". 23 ill
Oil KM', a splendid
Saddle HOUSE, in Ihst
class condition. A ply
'OAKD of THANKS.
'rpiiK TRinsujtuu or, the
JL hrlti-h bcnctolcnl society begs to
noknnv. ledge Ihu l coclpt of $323 SO Iron;
Mi. .T. II. Wodchome, Jr. being net pro.
cceds of Ihu two entertainments icccnlly
given in the aid of ihe Society-, lutids,
and to ict'jin tlmnl.s to Ihe ladles and
gentlemen who bo kindly gac their
lime and t ileitis for its hencflt.
28 Trcasuiorliiliish Uc!ioolent Society.
Cottage to Kent
AND FURNITURE FOlt SALE.
Low rent; furniture at a b irgalu.
For particulars enquire cf .Ino. Jlagoon,
Agent, Merchant Miect. 27 If
FOll SAN ITltAXOISCO,
The At Steamship
AXTSIT JR. .AJL.T A. ,'
Will It nc Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, May 10th,
For Ficight or Fusing.!, apply to
27 WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents
MORTAGEES NOTICE OF SALE.
EY D1HECTJON OF II. IIAOK
FLLD is CO., the inoitgogois
mimed in u ceitnlu liideiituie ot mort
gage daled the 11th day of Maioh, US5,
in Ida by S. KuMl to mi ill II. Hiiokfrld
is Co., wo are directed to fell at Public
On Saturday, May 7th, 1887,
At I- o'clock noon, at oi.r salesroom in
Honolulu, O.ihu, Ihu premies described
in sibl mortgage, as lollbt:
All that ceiiain piece or paictl of
land hituatu in Kerns ink!, Ltihalmt, in
thu Island of Maul, Hawaiian Iilundj,
containing an aiea ot 1!) perches, and
being liio Mini! picmlscs that were
awarded to 0. Kammiua by Lind Coin
mlibloii Award No. fc55ll, to which siid
award lefeiLiiee is horely mado foi tho
nicies iiliI hounds theieof, and that woro
corn eyed to tho siid S. Kukii by I). K.
Muliti by deed dated the ttli day of Feb.
liuiry, 1SSI, ami rceoidtd in wild Kegln.
try in Liber 811, on pages 2d I and 283.
Further pattieulaM can bu ohtal'itd
of Smith, 'Ihurstou & Kinney, Attor
neys at La, No. (JH Fort H., Honolulu.
II. HAOKFKLD & Co.,
D.tcd llnnoliilu, Apiilfi, 1SS7.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
27 !)t Auctioneers
$ ONE (3001) SOUND
iiuniiy juare; pciRctly
Bafo to drive by Indies
or ehlldien. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
For Sale or Lease.
rpiIOSE l'KEMLSES SITUATED ON
JL rutuilinu Street called "Kananilo.
lila," thu pioputy of 0. H. Jiidd, 1110 for
sain or for lease for a term of yeais.
For particulate inipilro of
ALEX. .1. OAltTWltiailT.
Honolulu, Dee. 13. 18(J. It08
I CAUTION I'KllbO.NH nguillbl l)lir-
cluiHing lands at i'atioa fimu Kcni
koniliiu or advancing him monoy iJii
nioi tgugo theieof, an 1 who am his
lawful wife do not coiiBCint, wliono
consent is necessiuy by law.
Wailtikti, Maui, April 30, 1887.
On WocIno3day, May 18th
At 0 o'clock n. in.
I will fell ni I'nblln At.ction nt tho nsl
tlenco of JC. II. U OODWOU ' II, Nuu mil
Valley, on account of dcptuiinc, ihu
whole of his llouehold Furniture, o u
Bediooin Si'ts. Atittrcc, Mix. i
tpiito Nets, l!ool;Cic. Miprrlor H
W Dining ltoom I"ui uttUTc, L tup',
Crockery and Gliusware, Hull Tub,
etc , etc., also
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
LEWIS .1. LEVLY,
Messrs. McGregor & Shannon's
VA KILTY COMIMXY
.rust Arrived from Australia
en routt for Han Francisco,
will open nl lliu
Haw'n Opera House
n j ...i . n .. )
'i nv ivo.n o'
'lliu Liitertnininent will consist of
Scotch and Irish
ii u JJr-Jlosi uiv
ONGS & DANCES
l'.iillcularA In hand billr.
IJo plan will open on Fiiday morn
ing, May (lib, at 1) oVlock. ii7 It
will be htl 1 on
Friday Evening:, May (it'll,
At 8 o'clock,
In the Diuiui; loom of the Britlr.li Club,
to take steps f ui a suitable Commcmoia.
t ion el' the T
of thu Accession of
Her Majesty Queen Victoria !
AH British Eesidents arc invited
(Signed) J. 1L WODEHOUSE,
II. 1!. M's Commissioner
And Consul General.
Honolulu, Apiii '!) US7. !i0 t
Having told my Esprcts IJusi-
noss nnd good-will to Mr. M. N.
Siiideis, o i acrount of Intemkd
ilcpartmu f;om the Kingdom,
I honby nquest nil claims
iigalnit mo to b ) presented by
tho Iflth of Mty, and all bills
, owing me to be paid by Ihu 1st
of .Line, 1S37.
J0 2v V. II. OEDING.
1 laving bought ui'
Husines, begs to inform the pulillo Unit
ho will promptly tiansfer or deliver all
biggagu entrusted to his care, ami will
endeavor to glvo MitUf.iclIou to all his
pittrons at all tinier.
Stand, at same place
81 King Sleeet.
tSrilolh Tclcphouu, Nn Ml. 201m
S I-1 13 US rJO X TV G-!
of Standard ltrmulH to cloxu out stool;,
will be (-old at Cot. SiUi as fi How,
by Iho iiieee,
Hli'iu'lipil, l, mill N iuni'tTH.
IIi'imvii, 0, 7, 1(1 mill 11 qiiartci'N.
CAMTIiK & t'OOKK
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
Horses and Cattlo Treated for
KcNiiititu'e: 31 Alakou Stiotf,
T. o. 1IOX .IDS. 2Ulf
Chas.T.Gulick Notary Public
Kccoids Searched, Abstract of Title
Fiiinlhliul, and Conveyances
Drawn on bhort notice.
Collection Agency. Mil. JOHN UOOD,
Ju , Authorized Collector.
Employmonl Agency. Mil. V, MAKCOS,
Gcnor.il Business Agency. No. !8 Mer
Veil Telephone :tlH.
kJ 11 till
JIolITcI.aiH. Mutual Tel. ICO.
GcmI Business Agency,
Skilled and Unskilled Labcr Furnished,
Nino Collages lo Lot or Loaso In d light
fill locitloiis wlihh e.iy rncli of ihe
buslnu'ii j art o. lb tby, with in o immo
tliitlotiH suited to an lt'ipilriln ut nnd
im mo-t fiiMnall tcrimt
Throo Lodging Estalillslunci.ls (or Sato
nil puling lniudsomel.
Tho "Ohl Corner," at Nnuiinu nnd
Qitteti Slicct?. for sale one of Ihu hcM
biisluch si.'imU in the city.
Throo Pieces ol Real Cslato In this dis
trict, ouulilo of thu tlty, for Hide or
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE. .
1Inrlnllcl i'l""tiinl(lff4 for profit-
Full particulars given upon applica
tion ut the Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
FlMt-c Ill's llook-l.ecpiTs, Carpenters
Sluwaids Cooks, Nure-. and other
skilled laboi dtsli'liigimploiuent.
Fourth Annual Meeting
Kaw'n Jockey Olub
To be held at Kaplolaiii Park,
June IQth and 1 1th
OITlcial Programme of Races
First Day, June 10th, 188?.
Kaccs to commeiife at VI noon.
1st. Honolulu Plate, $
Kiinning Unci'; mile dash: for
Hawaiian bred horses; weight for
2nd. Tho King's Plate, $
Trotting Kicc; for Hawaiian bred
hortes only; mile heats; best two in
tin w, to hartnss.
3rd. Waikapu Challongo Cup, $ addod
Hiimilng Ibnej ? inilu clash ; ojicn
to all; winner to neat thu record of
"-May D " 1 :'J0.
4lh. Novelty Raco,
' 1 mile dash ; 1st quart c r ?
li mile (
)i mile si
1 mllo $
Open lo all Hawaiian bred horses.
5lh. Oceanic Purso,
Tiotiiug K.ico; milu liui.ti; best a in
fi; to harness; open to all.
6th. Hawaiian Plate,
Kiiiinlug Kacc; mile dash; open lo
Second Day, June 1 1
aces lo c.imiucuco at 10:1)0 a ui. shut p.
1st. Tho Queen's Plato, $
Itunnlng Kace; mile dash; open
2nd. Kamchamelia Plato, $
Ktinnlng Knee; '2 mile dash; open
3rd. Kalakaua Purse, $
Trotting ltace; mile hunts; best 2 in
3; to harness; optu lo all.
4th His Majosly's Cup,
Running Hacc; for Hawaiian bred
Iioipck; owned ly meinlcrs of the
.lockty Club, 1 iiiilu d.ish. Cup lo
bu inn foi annually. Entrance $W).
Dth. Breeder's Plate,
ltiiiiinnir Knee; mllo dash ; for all
U year olds.
Glh. Reciprocity Plate,
Kunnlngltjcu; mile dash; open
7lh. Koslla Challongo Cup, $
Ktiniiing ltaco; mllu lush; winner
lo heal tho ucord f "Angle A."
1 :45' madu June 12, 1SSII. Cup to
bu run for annually, and lo be IilIiI
by tho winuti until his timo is btn
tuu at a meeting of the .Toe ko; Club.
Open to all.
8lh. Jockey Club Post Match,
Sweepstcaks Tioltlng or Pacing
Jl icu; best 2 in il: ftee for all hmscs
who have not a reroul nl it mills, or
bettor. To I u driven by members
of thu Jockey Club, Entrance $10.
9th. l'ony ltaco, $
Illuming IE ice; 1 mllo tli8h;rp:n
to only Iliwnlinn hrtd horses, not
over 14 binds, and not under a yrs.
old; catch weights.
All entries In closs t 12 o'clock noon,
on June 1st 1837, at Ihu otllce of the
Secretary, and till cnlninco fees to bu
10 per cent, unlujs ntliurwlsa specllled.
All incus to be.run or troltud under Iho
rulc of thu Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission 50 cents each
To Orand Stand, extra, ..HO rents nnd $1
Carriages inside of Course. . .?2 f0 caoh
Quarter Sti etch Jlidges WO each
C. 0. BERGEB, Secretary.
For us o of Sinus, Track, etc., apply to
Th s programmu Is subject to revision
by tho Executive Committee. Fuises
will bo announced at an early date.
MRS. RODANET, tho well-known
dressinnker, teeently returned
from Paris, lias her dio-nuilting rooms
still on EniintiBti eel, ahovu Iho square.
1 oil it
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
10 coluins. $2 per annum,
Kameuamelm Day !
Bell Tel. 112. MutualTel. 872
Campbell Block, Merchant St..
Eeal Estate iismits, Etc.,
Oiler the f 1 W urs
To Lot. Sh p in tit'W lit It It btdldlng o
King tlrcil, mar Niiumiu, icxt to
Chine eJicAnCo 'soiltces. lUi,t ei)
Rooms lo Rent Firnl-hiil in the lost
Rooms lo Ront. Four very hnmboincly
fiiinlslitd rooms in Inige home; well
filluiitcu on Niiuaiiu Avenue. Kent
!?15 n month until.
To Let. The hoiifu and grouiidasllunlid
lu Kuuanu Aemu,l icctntly orcuiiled
by A. J. Cariw'iigbt, Jr., Lm. Kent
vt ry uiodernle.
To Lot. A doomed Cottage, with Car.
Hugo House and OutlioiiM", Ntluiinn
Avenue, neir Uoveinmsnt reservoir,
iilitivti lite Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with i.hout 2 acrei of land 2'.f
IUIIU5 iiom iMHii. item ij.ui i urinoniii.
ToLol. Afi.tnomcdCcttnge.wllh kitchen
lUtnclied; upper untl of Nuuituu
AM'iue, oppobllo "Valley Home," in
c client oidcr. l'nih and water con
onl nces. Uunt "51H.
To Lot. a pleasantly tl'uatcd resldrnru,
comprUing two colt.igis, otith niso-i,
etc., on l'.iuoa road, near Punchbowl
t-lteit. KjuI tiy low to meet the
Homo aad Lot (or Sale. Very desirable
icsldeiiLu on iiuietuiila Street. The
hoiiu conl'ilns 1 Ikdrooms, l'.irlor.
lilulng.rooin, I'antiy, Kitihen and
lla'hroom. Mo-miilo piool'. House
ntv and well built.
Lot 100 by ir0 foU with lulvllego tf
buying "ne.t lot. Will lie solil cim.
For Salo or Lcaso -Willi inimcdiato pos.
SLSjion, linn .uimuii: riuuu Kiioniins
the NUUANU VAI.LEV KANXII.
siliialid in lliu Xiiiinnii Valb-y. 9W
mllcjfioiu the rlty, ami undoubtedly
tin- inon eligible situ for n milk or
milk ami buttei dairy In this ICinudnm.
'Ihu above splendid pro criy may bu
htiil on easy terms.
Sim itions wanted .by
And other clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
2K Meitlunl Strc.t.i.
Just received ex "A lamed i,"
J'utteiiiN of 1887; a I mo
Border and Ceiling Decoration
in gnat variety nt redeced prices.
WBLDER & CO.
CHAS. J. FISHEL'S
MILL API': Alt
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT
occupied by Air. Woodworth,
near the ibht brldce. Niiunnu
Possesblon can bo obtained nfior
Iho'JIst lust. Stable nnd pusturo land
adjoining tho house.
Aho, ono Cottage on Srbo'd Street.
Apply to J. T. "WATEHHOUSE,
25 3iv (Jueen Street.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advcrtUo In tho Daily Bullkun.
FK AK FXSAKC1SCO,
The new nnd flue Al sluel sieuis'i'i)
Of the Oceanic Strum hip Compi liy, will
Le dtiu nl iloiiolii u fiom MtlLey
ami AlcKI. nd i.n i uLtiut
may th, I8S7,
And will louvu foi the alinve orl with
mulls and passiugeib on t,r intuit that
lorficlght or passage, having 8U.
'EltlOll ACCOMMODATION'S, apply
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and line Al Heel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo dun at Honolulu from S.iu
KraiiclM.o on or it I out
May 13th, 1887,
And will have prompt dbpatrlt with
imilUnnd niupengeis frr the above port'.
For Height or pasfage, having SU
PEItlOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Amenta.
At tho lowest figure, of tho finest final
AVarranttd genuine, made of the pure
juice only nnd guarantcd to t-tnnd
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate In quality for any
number of years. Largo quantities c.
ported cveiy year, by tomu ot tho larg
est commercial firms of this rity, to till,
feicnt p.uu ot iho United Sates and
tho Oeiman Emplic.
MANUKACTUIIEU AT Till!
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
32HtnlllHlioil In lSUtl.
Practical Confectioner, Pcstry Cook
Hotel, bet. Xuuniiu nnd Fort HI.
Both Telephones No. 7-1. 01
BOOTS &JSH0ES !
Begs lo inform the public, that he has
jtiit 1 etui net! from San KranclReo, where
he delected an
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladies' Fine French Kid Shoes,
Slen'ri Fine Boots and Shoes,
Children's Elrgant Shoes,
and a fine lot of
IXrAXTH llltOXKi: HI.lI'l'F.nN.
(U Xo. 1.1 Xuuanii Htrecl. lm
Carriages at all hours, tiny and night.
Saddle llorte?, Ifuggies, Wagonettes and
Village Carts wltn stylish nnd gentle
hortes to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Iting up Telephone 32, or apply to
MlfLTES & HAYfLKY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Coiner of Xtiuniitt & Hotel HtreolM.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Caniaga Company has been re
cently crgaiilfd, and guarantees to
ftirnt-h good cunvoyances, Irustwcrthy
driveis. and will make no extortioning
All calli will bo prornj tly attended lo.
NICE FUHNISIIED FRONT
loom at No. ! Oiirden Lane. 01
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpiIKKK NKi: COTTAOES, PAKT
X ly tin nibbed, nnd Miltablo for
liouPtKeeplutr. nro to lu nt Wnlkiki.
Apply to ALLUN 1IKKBEUT, or to this
olllce. , lOOlf
FOR SALE !
ONi: LAItGK LOT. corner Pcimicola
and Lunnlllo fc'ls, which can bo
divided Into two or more building lots.
Knqtilioof G. WKST,
105 1 Of West, Dow & Co.
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