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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
Banlc of Oallibrnln, H. ST.
And tholr Agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, MONO KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Hunk Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia,
toria, B. 0., ami 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 hotter publication for
sending to friends abroad, nor is there
any better medium for advertising any
special line of business that may djpend,
in part, for its support, upon foreign pa
tronage. These Summaries go to all
parts of tho English-speaking world,
ind 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 the
Bulletin Office, JIny 2, 1887.
Pledged to neither Beet nor Patty.
Bit established lor the benefit of all.
FRIDAY. MAY (i. 1887.
IMA I nno Dten nu mm dc uunc. i
The change which, within the
past two or three years, lias been
effected on the hillside above tho
Lunalilo Home, shows what might
be done on all the hillsides around
Honolulu. The spot referred to was,
only a short time ago, bare of
everything except a little grass,
which sprang up after showers, and
a few stunted shrubs. Now, in the
same place, is the nucleus of a
forest. .Some hundreds of thousands
of trees, of many kinds, have been
planted, and arc, for the most part,
doing well. To get anything like
an accurate idea of what has been
done, and how the trees arc doing,
one must visit the place and walk or
ride over it ; but it is not necessary
to go there, to see that the forest
has more than commenced, nnd that
the trees arc shooting upward with
surprising rapidity; for they can
be seen from different parts of
Beretania and King streets, even
out so far as Palama, two or three
miles distant, without the aid of a
glass. Tho experiment of testing
what kinds of trees are best adapted
to the soil and climate has been
made, and does not require to be
repeated. In making the experi
ment a young forest has been pro
duced, which will soon be, if it is
not already, worth moro for flrowood
alone than the cost involved. Whit
has been done in that one particular
spot might be done almost anywhere
around Honolulu, and the bare hill
sides converted into valuable for
ests. There are but few places, and
these but small in extent, where
sullicicnt boil cannot be found. To
no better use, nor morc profitable
investment, can a portion of the
public revenue be devoted than a
work of this nature.
A CHEAT VICTORY.
Tho Hawaiian man-of-war Knimi
loa was taking in stores yesterday,
preparatory to her voyage south
ward, which is expected to commence
one day next week. Tho quantity
seemed to be abundant, and the
quality was probably up to the
standard. Cases, resembling beer
cases, were conspicuous among the
things taken on board. Quite a
number of outsiders loitered around
tho outskirts with a dry and anxious
jook in their mouths and eyes, with
tho belief Hint bcor was tho sub
stance inside, and with the expecta
tion that a case would bo thcro and
then broached for their special
accommodation and enjoyment.
Some disappointment was felt, how
ever, when tho fact became known
that tho contents were solid nnd not
liquid, and that bread and not bcor
was tho substance within.
One particular precaution was
taken by tho guards on duty, nnd it
is with the view of coratnendinp
their vigilance that so trivial a matter
as the loading of n national ship is
now alluded to, other thnn in a two
line item. It is this : all by-atauders
were peremptorily ordered to keep
at a respectable distance, nnd the
intonation of voice in which the com
mand was uttered loft no doubt that
disobedience would be met by the
butt of a musket, the point of a
bayonet, or the toe of a boot. The
wisdom of such vigilant watchfulness
will be apparent when it is known
that two or three newspaper repre
sentatives wcro among tho crowd of
curious lookers-on. Theso are tho
natural enemies of tho navy, and
when the two conic together it is a
meeting of an alkali and nu acid,
and in this instance the naval alkali
neutralised the newspaper acid. This
was a great victory, to commemorate
which our manager, who is a genius,
has struck a brown paper modal, to
be given gratuitously to the victors
and sold cheap to thu public. The
press was repulsed and driven back,
with great slaughter slaughter to
its dignity and precocity. We &ug
gest a torch-light procession, headed
ly the conlcmpt-of-court legal light.
Hurrah for the navy! May she
strike the same terror into the
savages of the South Seas!
Pakis, April C, 1887.
Dr. Koch was chaplain to Prince
Alexander of Battcnberg, and now
publishes his experience of the Bul
garians, and a running commentary
on the events connected with the
reign of the ex-Prince. The divi
nity doctor docs not so much let
cats out of the bag, as to let in
light, on the great game of liypro
crisy played, and still playing in
the Balkan peninsula. Prince Alex
ander can well subscribe to the
maxim, "uneasy lies the head that
wears a crown," as he on one occa
sion wrote to his sister, the Coin
tesse d'Erbach, his "throne was
seated on dynamite." And yet his
arch enemy the Czar, is if anything
worse. Alcxanucr retired from bust
oo , . i,m .iM. ,,.,, !o
luousana tin)CS morc comfortable
than Alexander III of Ilussin, who,
if he promenades in the streets of
his capital, is exposed to bo blown
into fragments, and if he takes his
walks abroad in tho seclusion of
Gatschina park, runs tho risk of
being shot by his own sentinel olll
cers. Munkacy's "Last Day of a
Condemned," is a relief, beside the
agony of the whito Czar, for we
know how his nerves arc unstrung,
and the fear of death is most in
apprehension. Nor can he omit
from his bed of torture, that if he
concedes a constitution, his nobles
have also decided means, how to
deal with disobedient or flighty
At the time the revolution broke
out in lloutnelia, the three Emperors
expressed the mostt perfect surprise.
All a farce. The outbreak was
planned, and the date fixed to open
the ball, in presence of the ollicial
representatives of Utissia, who fur
thermore signed the minutes of the
meeting, and a copy was sent to St.
Petersburg. Only the Czar was
disappointed, when tho revolution
failed to sweep way his namesake.
Dr. Koch asserts Bismarck was de
lighted at the spectacle of a German
ruling in Bulgaria, and his wliolo
aim is, "remembering his contempt
for mankind, and his readiness to
sacrifice the whole world for the in
terests of Germany," to use Bul
garia as a bon-bon to recompense
whatever power would bo most
useful to him in his little game.
Coming from a Teuton, that is rough
on tho Chancellor.
Palm Sunday had in its favor,
most lovely weather, baby spring
not morc thnn a fortnight old by
tho almanac indnlged in her pret
tiest smiles, nnd which would hnve
been extremely warm, only n dis
agrceablo relative from the north
east, accompanied the popular favo
rite. "Hosanna Sunday" as it is
sometimes called on the Continent,
is ardently looKctl forward to by
young and old, tho young rejoice
they aro a year older, and tho aged,
that they may count on living round
to the next winter. Palm being
limited in supply in France, box
does duty as substitute. In the
.provinces, where tho shrub is almost
a tree, branches are cut, and sus
pended therefrom arc apples or
cakes, tied with white and blue
ribbons, and that aro given to thoso
children who arc most forward in
their preparations for confirmation.
A sprig of box presented by nu
infant to nu aged person, signifies
A morsel of blessed box is com
monly placed in tho hands of u
deceased, and it is accepted as a
preservative against lightning may
it also prove efficacious ngninst
earthquakes. In Britnny, and in
the neighborhood whero M. Hermit
was born, tho sacred box is re
garded as the harbinger of good
crops, if tho sun shines, pending
that it is being blessed, some
leaves aro strown in tho cots of
tho newly born babies, such being
reputed to keep away disease.
In tho south of Franco myitlc,
laurel, and the olive, are the stibstl-.
tutes for palm. In Alsace the child
ren hnvo a peculiar ceremony on
Palm Sunday; they collect from
house to house the ends of candles,
nnd fixing them lighted, on a pieco
of wood, to which a string is attach
ed, nllow them to iloat down a
stream. The lights when burned,
or washed out, symbolise the death
of winter. Paris depends on Ver
sailles for her supply of box, and
next, Compiegnu and l'ountaine
bleau. The wholesale price is 5
francs per cut; retailed in the vici
nity of the churches, a few sprigs
cost us many sous, and the poor
who sell it to the passers by, hnve
no reason to complain of their two
days sales, the evu and the festival.
The increased attendance at tho
churches, for the special Lenten
services conferences might bo
equally the appropriate term, lias
been visible to the most causal ob
server. This is the out-come of the
evolution which has been quietly,
but rapidly taking place in pulpit
eloquence. The most fashionable
preachers the Pore Monsabru has
been tho leader of this lcformation,
have introduced "modernism" into
their sermons. And the latter arc
not orations, but addresses, com
mon place, manly, straight-out talks,
to the congregations, where every
day sins and wrongs, and vices, are
attacked nnd exposed; where the
vices of men are taken and handled
as so many documents, with preci
sion ; nnd religion, not dogma, pre
scribed as the safety and the sheet
nnchor, for the tempest-tossed in the
worlds of doubt, tribulation, and
The Lenten preachers have re
ceived the mot d'orde, to draw upon
the scientific nnd literary move
ments of the age, for all the attrac
tion and success, they can lend to
religion, and above all, to adapt
language and style to hearers, so
that among thoso who may have
come to scoff, a few may remain to
pray. Nothing political is intro
duced such sermonizing died with
the League. The preachers have
rejuvenated their sermons; have
come into touch with the people,
and speak a business-like tongue to
them on the greatest of all business
holy living and holy dying. The
clergy, in a word, arc throwing
"actuality" into their pulpit dis
courses. ' In 1077, Bourdalone
preached in the Cathedral of Houcn;
artisans left their shops, traders
their counters, merchants their
olllccs, barristers their study, doc
tors when able, their patients to
listen to the divine. "1 have chang
ed all that," said Canon Menage, to
Pore d' Ilarrouis, who the next year
succeeded Bourdalone. Draw peo
ple to church, and then talk to
them, so as to catch their attention.
It was on this principle Pure Larcor
ilairo acted. On one occasion, he
was told the crowd waiting to be
admitted to Notre Dame, passed
their time frivolously and peeling
oranges: "They are just the peo
ple I want," ho replied, "and if
possible, give thcni seats near the
pulpit." Ktcrnal truths will not
Miller when clothed in modern uress,
or seasoned with tho spirit of times,
and btimtilated with tho activity of
To bo Continued.)
Mr. John Mugoon
IS authorized 10 celled bill, and his
rcet ipt for tho smie will bo sulll-
cleni, lor tlie
Honolulu, May 5, 1867
AND HIS WIFE.
i. 'I hey both
ty liot It understand L'cncrnl
housework. The man is willing to make
himself useful; and the woman will
wash, iron nnd take care of children.
Apply at this olllce. U3 lw
FOJl SAN ntANOISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above
poi t on
Tuesday, May 10th,
For Freight or Passu gu, apply lo
27 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents
MRS. RODANET, tho well-known
diCfSiuakcr, icoenlly irlurncd
from Paris, has her dres-rvakiug rooms
still oil Emma btieel, above tho brpinrc.
For Stilo or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
Piinnlinu Street called "Kaiianllo.
Ida," the property of 0. II. Judd, aie for
salo or for lea.o lor a Urm of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OAimVKIGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13. 1880. 1C08
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT
occupied by Mr. Woodworth,
item tho first brldue. Nuunnii
Street. Possession can bu obtained after
theUlst Imt. Stable and pusttiro land
adjoining tho house.
AUo, ono Cottago on Prhonl Street.
Apply to J. T. WATL'HHOUSF,
2D 2 iv Queen Street.
MORTAGEES' NOTICE OF SALE.
BY I)IltECTJlN OF II. mcic
FLLIj As CO., the inoitguio 6
mined inn certain indouiu'o of moit.
gage dale. I the Uth day of Mutch, 1 85,
inula by S. Kulitl to mid II. UiidMii
A; Co., wo ate direct! d to ell ui Pub is
On Saturday, May 7th, 1887,
At 1 i o'i lock u ion, at oi r salcr(om In
Iluiiolulu, O.ihu, the pruning d.-tcrlbid
in Ha 1 1 moitiiiigc, as lollous:
All that eciiain piece or paroil of
hind situate In Kcauaikl, Lulilua, in
the Island of Maui, llnuiilluu Islundi,
containing an area ol ID porchc, nu 1
being the same premises that wcro
awarded to C. Knnaniua by Laud Com
mlitdnii Aard No. r-550, to which slid
award luferciicij is herd y made for the
mete and hounds theieof, aud that wo-o
com eyed to tho sill S. ICuklt by 1). K.
Malm by detd dated tho 4th d ly of Feb.
ruary, 1SSI, iftl rccoidid in said Begin,
try In Liber 8:t, on pages 231 nud S8.
Further particulars can hu obtained
of Smith, 'ihurston & Kinney, Attor
neys at Lav, No. Oil Fort M., Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, April 1?, 1S87.
13. P. ADAMS & CO.,
27 i)t Auctioneers
IY order of W. Mncrtei.o, assignee
J of the Bankrupt Estate of 0. T.
Akanii, I will "ell at my salesroom on
SATURDAY, HAY 1,
At la o'clock noon,
15 Choice Saddlo Horses,
1G Second-hand Saddles,
1 McNeale & Urban flro-proof safe.
tsST TKHMS CASH -Yj3a
LKW13 .1. LKVKY,
On "Wednesday, May
At '0 o'cloek a. in.
I will sell at I'ublic Auction at tho rcsi.
deuce of K. 11. WOODWOK I II, Xiiuanu
Valley, on account of dcpiutuii!, the
whole of his Household Ftirnituie, c n
hist lug of
Hedroom Sets, Mattresses, Mos
H'llto Not, Jlook Case, Superior I)
W Dining Itooin Furniture, Limps,
Crockery and Glassware, ll.ith Tub,
etc , etc., also
RANGE &. KITCHEN UTENSILS.
Don't forget the sale
To tako place, down stairs,
lit ginning at 10 a. m.
Reduction of ."5 nor cent, on nil pin
chiibcs over One Dollar.
Tho special feature of the salo will be
MLS LOW lias just nrrlved from San
Francisco, unit H ptcpnrcu to give les
fons in both wax work and piper flow
eis. Clisscs will lie foi mud on Satur
day, to begin work on Monday. For
further pariioulus coino to the bale.
i MEETiNO OF
will hu hi Id on
Friday Evening-, Slay (ith,
At 8 o'clock,
In (ha Dining room of the Hritish Club,
to tako steps for a suitable Commemora
of the Accession of
Her Majesty Queen Victoria !
All British Residents are invited
(Signed) J. II. WODEHOU3E,
II. IS. M's Commissioner
And Consul General.
Honolulu, April 2!). U87. 20 !lt
CHEAP, n fplcndid
Saddlo HOUSE, ill first
class condition, Apply
at this olllce.
4F& ONE GOOD SOUND
111 1 11 II' jmiiuj puiieniijr
aafo to drive by ladles
or children. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
UoltTol. 3tU. Untnnl Tel. XStf.
V. O. Box 41 5.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Collages to Lot or Lea90 In d light
fill locations wiihln ca.y lvncn of tho
business art of thu tliy, with a g linmo
ddlions Flitted to nny reqi lrinu-nl and
on ino-l favornlli terms
Throe Lodging Establishments for Sale
nil paying hniidsoincly.
Tho "Old Corner," at Nuuiinu and
Qui en Streets, for silo one of tho best
business stands in the city.
Threo Pieces ol Real Eslalo In this dis
trict, outside of the tity, for sale or
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
ITiirlvnllrd Option million for iirollt
Full particulars given upon nppllca.
tlon at the Agency.
No. 30 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
First-clas Ilook-kcepcis, Carpenter,
Stewnulr, Cooks, Nur-cs and other
skilled labor desiring employment.
Messrs. McGregor & Shannon's
Just Arrived from Australia
en route for San Fr.uie.lsco,
.will open nl the
Haw'n Opera House
'1 he entertainment u ill consist of
Scotch and Irish
Particulars in hand bill'.
Unx plan will open on Friday morn
ing, Mny (Itli, at l o'clock. i A
II ivmg sold my Express Husi
iieis nnd good-will lo Mr. M. N.
Sanders, on account of intended
departure from the Kingdom,
1 heicby request all claims
ngalmt mo to 1u presented by
the j11i of May, and all bills
owing mo to bo paid by tho 1st
of .lime, 1837.
211 2 w F. II. OEDING.
M. N. SANDERS
Having bought cut
Biislncsi. bes;-! toiufoim tho public that
liu will promptly tiansfer or deliver all
biggngo entrusted lo his enre, anil will
endeavor lo give satisfaction to all his
patrons at all times.
Stiuul, at saino ilnco
81 King Stecct.
J2TTiolli Telephones, No 80. SOlm
of Standard Brands to clo3o out stock,
will lie sold at Cost. Sizes as follows,
by tho piece:
IHciu'ImmI, U, 7 and H qunrtcrM.
. Hi-own, O, 7, I) nnd 11 quartern.
CASTLK & COOKK.
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
Horses and Cattle Treated for
Itosidoiivc: l A I a Icon Street,
1. . iJOX .U8. 20tf
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstiact of Tltlu
Piunlshul, and Conveyances
Drawn on short notice.
Collection Agcncy.-Mu. JOHN' GOOD,
J u., Authorized Collector.
Employment Agency. -Special
Mil. P. MARCOS,
General Business Agency. -chiint
No. US Mcr-
Itell Teli'iilioiii! :ilM.
I caution ii:iironh ngninst pur
elinting lauds nl Pinion fioiu Kcni
kouiliia or advancing him monoy on
mortgage thereof, us 1 who nm liis
lawful wife do not consent, whoso
consent ih necessary by law.
"Wiiiluku, Maui, Apiil 110, 18S7.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
10 colunis, 2 per uuuuiii,
m tjtegfcwxt!isy? tejji'iaa;gggi'isair
Bell Tel. ',i. Mmunl Tel. C72.
P. O. Box 107.
J. E BROWN & CO.,
Campboll Block, Merchant St..
fill M flB AORIUS. n C. I
.. Hr..- r-j I 1
Oiler the fi,l.,wiu:
To Lol. Shop In new brlels building on
Mug ureet, m-iir Xuianu, i.ext to
ChlirU'ONuHCo.V olllccs. 1UM very
Rooms to Ront Furnished in tho le3t
Rooms to Rent. Four very handsomely
fiiiiilshid rooms in largo home; well
ululated on Kiuianti Avenue. Kent
$15 a month each.
To Lot. Tho house and grounds sltunttd
In Xiiuanu Avenue, recently occupied
by A. J. Cartwrlght, Jr., Lhi. Rent
To Lot. A doomed Cottage, with Car.
li.igu Homo and Outhouse, Niiuanii
Avenue, near floveruniant rccrvolr,
above lite Queen Dowager Einmn's
plntc, with hbout a ncrcs of land "JJlf
liilloi from town, item isiu per nioniii.
To Lei. AO-ioonicd Cottage, with kitchen
attached; upper cntf of Xtiunnu
Aentio, opposite " Valley llonlb," in
excellent older. I'ath and water con.
ol)l nccs. Kent $18.
To Lcl. n. pleasantly tl uatcd reldnce,
coioptl-ing iwo couuges, oiiin iiimm,
etc., on l'uioi road, near I'uiichbowl
-licit. Kjnt cry low to meet thu
Ilouso and Lot lor Sale Very desirable
icsidencc on iteietiiiila Street. The
Inline contains 4 Ucdroonu, F.irlnr,
DltiiiijMoom, Puntij , Kitchen and
lln hrooin. Mosquito ptoof. Hoiisu
new and well built.
Lot 11)0 by ICO feet with privilege rf
buying next lot. Will be sold thcap;
For Salo or Lcaso -With immediate po3
besaion, dial valuable elate known as
ll.o Nto'UANU VALLEY 11ANUH.
siluatul in the Xuuai.u Valley, 'iJ4
miles from tho cliy, and undoubtedly
thn inoU eligible t-lle for n milk or
milk ard butler ilaliy In this Kingdom.
'I lm ntiovc splendid pro; eriy may bu
hud on easy terms.
Siiuitious wanted by
And other clashes of help.
Cvi3torn Houso Erokors,
Books kopt & written up,
The Leading Millinery House
GHAS. J. FISHEL
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK!
-vroTwnwrANDiNa the un.
J.1 favorable wcutlior wc wcie crowd,
ul to Eiieh an extent, that wo were 1111
nbln to accommodate tho large number
( f kind pnlrous who showed by their
presence their appreciation of our efforts
to fund li them, ON AN EXTENSIVE
AT LOW PRICKS.
New novelties in Ladies', Mltses' and
Cliildun's Hats this v.csk by tkoAusita
lln, liMiiufacturcd expressly for our
nalc i. Several exclusive styles InLadiis'
nnd Misses' Turbans and Carriage Hats.
HI BISONS in patterns and coloring to
lie fnunil no where else in Honolulu, ami
the laigcst assortment if plain and fancv
Ribbons, fiieh as mny bo found in any
well regulated ribbon ttock, at prices as
low us tho lowest.
A. Word un IiioxpciiKlvo Milliner)'.
While wc admit that no goods come
to this country for millinery purposes
too line for us to buy, at the same time
wc claim to carry thu
Largest Line and tho Best Assorted Stock
Of general Millinery of all grades in
To those who do not hnve much time
for shopping: Do not let the idea (so
industriously circulated by interested
parties, who keep unthiug but cheap
goods,) run away with your Judgment,
that bie.iuso a house is laigely patroniz
ed by thoso who givo a groat deal of
nl tendon to their dress, you iuut neces.
saiily pay high pi ices for wh.u ou
wniit. As a general thing such people
have time and plenty of it to look
around, and just as anxious to mako a
dollar go us far as jou aro, and Inku
advantago ovcry tlino of the opportunity
to get the best bargains fi.r their money,
CHAS. J. FBSHEL,
Leading Millinery Houso.
Just received ox "Alanuihi,"
attcriiN ol' 1887; uIno
Border and Ceiling Decoration
in Brent variety at reduced prices.
WILDER & CO.
m in im
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advcrtlso in tho Daily Bullliin,
Ainlrolui Mail Service
' MAN FKAKVEKCO.
The "" ,,ml fl,c A1 Mwl 8,cl,n'8,,!p
Of thcOceuiiicBlciiimhlpC'rimpi ny. will
Le due at lloiiolu u from bjdney
nml Auckland o'i r nloul
(Way 6th, 1887,
And will leave foi llu-nboe pott with
mulls nud passcngcis on or atioiit that
Kor freight or passage, having BU
PEH10H ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM, 0. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new nnd flno Al steel steamship
Of thn Oceanic Hlcmmhip Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sun
Francisco on or alout
May 13th, 1887,
And will have prompt dlipatch with
mails and piufcngeis ft.r Hie nUovu port.
For freight or passage, having SU.
PEKlOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
:i7 WE 0. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
At the lowest figure, of the finest qual
Warranttd genuine, nindo of llio pure
juice only and guarantcd to stand
Will not deteriorate in quality fur any
number of ycais. Largo quantities e.x.
ported cvciy year, by some ot tho lnrg.
est commerel.ll ilrms of this cily, to dif.
fercnt parts of the United S'iitcs nnd
tlie Ocnnnn Empire.
MANUKACTCllED AT THE
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
32h)tnlllHlivd in 18UU.
Hotel, liet. Xiuinnii nnd Fort Mta.
Rotli Telephones No. 14. 01
BOOTS &SH0ES !
Regs to iiifomi the public, that he has
.lust returned lroni San Francisco, where
he selected nu
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladies' Kino French Kid Shoes,
Meu's Fine Roots and Shoef,
Children's Klrgnnt Shoes,
and a flno lot of
I.M'AXTH' lIUOaiKK HlilPI'KltH.
0.JJ Xo. IS Xiiuanu Hlrcet. flm
Carriages at all houis, day and uiglit.
Paddle Horses, Ruggies, Wagonettes nnd
Village Carts witu Btyllsh and gentle
horses to let.
A few Ilorscs, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts nnd Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES,
lliug up Telephone 82, or apply in
MILES & HAYIiKY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner orXuuunu A Hotel Htreeta.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Cariiage Company hns been re
cently organled, and guarantees to
fiirni-h good euuveyanccs, trustwerthy
drivers, mid will make no extortionate
All calli will bopiomptly attended to.
NICK FUHNIHIIKI) F110NT
100m nt No. 4 Garden Lane. 01
Cotliifro to Kent
AND FUltNITUIlE FOll SALE.
Low tent; furnlturo at n bargain.
For particulars rnqulro tf Jno. Magoon,
Agent, Merchant street. 27 tf
ONE LARGE LOT, corner Pcnsacola
and Lunnllln Sts., which ran be
divldrn into two or more building lols.
Kunulio of Q. WEST,
1051 Of West, Dow & Co.
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