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JlULMiiN Omcr, May 2, 1887.
Pledged to neither Beet nor Party,
Bat uUMlriicd lor the benefit of all,
TUKSDAY. MAY 10. 1887.
The matter of lighting the blrcels
of Honolulu continues to be a source
of complaint, and there is a practice
in connection therewith to which
special attention is now called. It
is, and has been, the custom for
years past, not to light the lamps on
moonlight nights. With this there
can be no fault found, as u pedes
trian runs less risk of dislocating
his ankle or lomethiug worse, when
walking by the light of the moon,
than by a faint glimmer which just
makes daikncss visible, lint this
practice is carried a little too far,
and no allowance is made for the
few evenings that follow full moon,
when the moon docs not rise above
the horizon for an hour or two after
sunset. To illustrate this matter
more fully, take as an example last
.Sunday evening. Not a single lamp
was lit about town. As people
wended their way to church, dark
ness spread over the face of the
eaith, so much so, that it was im
possible to see the many man-traps
and pools of mud and water that arc
arranged here and there along the
so-called sidewalks. This state of
affairs even continued until after the
church services were over, and on
leaving the illuminated cdilices, it
was necessary to feel one's way
along, collisions, and unpleasant
jerks and drops being of frequent
Probably economy is the reason
for withholding light during these
evenings. But it is an economy
which the people do not seem to
appreciate. It is not in matters of
public convenience that more ligid
economy lias been advocated, but in
those things which nrc of no kind of
use to the public whatever.
PORTUGUESE CHILDREN NOT AT
The J,uso Jmcaiittiio, in its last
issue, has n forciblo niticle on Por
tuguese education, or the education
of Portuguese cliildicn in this king
dom ; and to no more important or
pressing matter could our contem
porary devote its energies. Poitu
guese children of school age, that is,
between the years of six and fifteen,
are numerous, probably foremost in
numbers of all nationalities domi
ciled in the laud, excepting thu
aboriginal Hawaiian. And yet, if
we arc correctly informed, u very
small proportion of the whole at
tends school. They aro found to
be sorviccnlde nnd profitiablo to their
parents, who in tho majority of
cases prefer, for this reason, send
ing them to work to earn money,
rather than to school to acquire the
rudiments of learning. Hero in the
capital city of the kingdom, boys of
lender years can be found earning
their livelihood at various kinds of
toil, from morning till night, when a
portion of that time ought to bo
devoted to schooling. In the coun
try districts they are kept nt woik
in caneflelds, driving horses, or
some other kind of remunerative
employment. Tho cost of schooling
is not so higlias to be made nil ex
cuse for this neglect. The tegular
fee is not higher than parents, as a
rule, can afford to pay, and in cases
of indigence, where it can bo bliown
that the ability to pay is really
wanting, the Board of Education
has always shown a willingness to
give tuition gratuitously. Certainly
where parents, of their own accord,
will not attend to the mental train
ing of their children, but grind all
they possibly can out of them in the
way of manual labor, tho State
should interfere, and compel them to
be schooled. Happily wc need no
new or additional legislation in this
direction. The law mnkes it Incum
bent on parents nnd guardians to
keep their children and wards at
school between the ages of six and
fifteen. Jt would appear that this
law is not very strictly enforced in
regard to Portuguese children, par
ticularly in the country districts.
It should be, and by its enforcement
these children will be benefited and
the national good enhanced.
The followiug opinion, filed in the
Supionic Court on Saturday last, is
of such importance, that wc repro
duce it in full:
This case comes up by appeal
from the Police Court of Honolulu.
It is presented to this Court on the
following agreed statement of facts
and the question reserved :
The following facts aro agreed
upon: That plaintiffs in the month
of November, 1880, imported and
duly cnteied under bond at Ihc Cus
tom House nt the port of Honolulu
an invoice of Manila cigars of the
value of nine hundred and fifty-two
dollars (S9J2) ; that on the third
day of December, 1880, plaintiffs
withdrew from bond ten thousand
of baid cigars of the value of one
bundled and nineteen dollars
($11!)), and paid to defendant ten
dollars per thousand ; that in addi
tion to said duty defendant exacted
and plaintiffs paid under protest a
further duty of 23 percent upon the
value of said cigars, amounting to
the sum of 82i).7.j; that plaintiffs
also in the month of January, 1887,
imported and duly entered under
bond at said Custom House an in
voice of Havana cigars of the value
of $030; that on the 21th day of
said January plaintiffs withdrew
from bond said cigais and paid a
duty of 10 per cent on the same;
that in addition to said duty defend
ant exacted and plaintiffs paid un
der protest a further duty of 2.r) per
cent upon the value of said cigars,
amounting to the sum of S157.30;
that defendant would not allow said
cigars to bo withdrawn from bond
without payment of said duties of
2j per cent.
"Plaintiffs claim that the law
enacted at the session of 1880, to
wit, so much as relates to cigars, of
section 2 of an Act approved Octo
ber 15th, 1880, entitled, 'An Act
amendatory of section 2 of chapter
28 of the Session Laws of 1878, re
lating to import duties upon wine,
being chapter 01 of said laws, is un
constitutional. "It is agreed to request tho Court
to reserve the question of the consti
tutionality of said portion of said
law. And that if said law i3 held
good judgment shall be entered for
the defendant with costs, and if said
law is held void so far as relates to
cigars judgment shall be entered
for the plaintiffs for the sum of
8187.25 with costs."
The title of tho Act concerning
which tho question of constitution
ality is raised is "An Act amenda
tory of section 2, chapter 28, Session
Laws of 1878, relating to import
duties upon wines." "Tho title of
the Act of 1878 which is refened to
is "An Act to amend an Act en
titled 'An Act to Increase tho Im
port Duties upon Ccitain Goods,
approved the 27th day of Septem
ber, 1870.' " Tho certain goods
upon which the duties aro incicased
by the Act are moro than forty
m tides or classes of articles, among
them tin ee classes of wines. The
Act of 1880 imposes specific duties
on eight clasbes of goods including
the three classes of wines.
Article 77 of the Constitution
reads: "To avoid improper influ
ences which may result fioin inter
mixing in ono and the same Act
such things as tunc no proper 1 ela
tion to each other, every law shall
ciiilnaec but ouu obje.ct and that
shall bu expiesscd in its title," A
like niticle is found in the Constitu
tions of a niajoilty of tho States of
tho American Union, sonjn of tlioin
using tho term "ono btibject" and
some "one object." Tho purpose
of this provision is, first, tq prevent
lottye polc or "logrolling" legis
lation, and, secondly, to prevent
sin prise or fraud upon tho Legis
lature by means of provisions in
bills of which tho titles give no inti
mation, and, thirdly, to apprise tho
people of proposed matters of legis
lation. See Cooloy's Constitutional
Limitations, page 143.
It is clear that the title in the
present caso is misleading and would
frustrate the second nnd third ob
jects above proposed. It is dc
clnrcd by this title that the law In
tended to bo amended is one l elat
ing to import duties upon wines,
and, infcrentinlly, upon wines only.
When the Act is lead by its title
this matter is whnt is presented to
the attention of the Legislature.
Without the words, "relating to
import duties upon wines," the title
describes an Act amending n speci
fied Act of 1878 whatever subjects
may bu included in it, but these
words being added must lie con
sldeied to restrict the scope of the
Act and of tho amendment. Says
Coolcy nt page Ml) of the work
cited above: "The courts cannot
enlarge the scope of the title; they
are vested with no dispensing power;
the Constitution has made the title
a conclusive index to the Legislative
index as to what shall have opera
tion ; it is no nnswer to say that the
title might have been made more
comprehensive, if in fact the Legis
latuie have not seen fit to make it
The error in this title is not in its
insulllciency. As an amendatoy
Act it might be considered sullicicnt
if it only referred to an original Act
having n title propcily describing
the subject matter. Sec State vs.
Ransom, 7.'1 Mo. 78 lefcrring to
page lo3 of U. S. Digest, New
Series, Vol. 13. In the case before
us the title coes beyond such refer
ence, and wrongly describes tho Act
referred to and the matter amended.
The Act being broader than the title
docs not, however, render the Act
unconstitutional as to the subject
expressed in the title when that is
separable from matters which arc
extra the title. Cooloy's Constitu
tional Limitations, page 1 18. Be
Metropolitan Gas Light Co. 85 N.
Y. 520. Dasliurst vs. Alleglianv
City, 05 Pa. St. -137.
The Act is good as to tiie duties
mentioned upon wines. It is un
constitutional in respect to the
added duty on cigars and cheroots.
The plaintiffs' contention being sus
tained we order judgment for them
for the amount settled in the agreed
Knw'Aisi) Pkkstox, '
lilCIIAIID F. BlCKKltTOX.
V. M. Hatch for plaintiffs; A. P.
Peterson for defendant.
Tuksdav, May 10th.
A uol. pros, was asked for by
the prosecution in the case of thir
teen natives charged with gaming,
and granted by the Court.
Tin oo di unks were treated as
usual, SG each.
A Chinaman was sentenced to one
month's imprisonment for assault
anil battery on one of his country
men. Manuel Phillips, charged with
assault and batteiy, was remanded.
A native, chaigcd with assault
and batteiy on his wife, was lined
S2 and costs 83.30. Also to give
a peace bond in the sum of 825.
Two native youths, named respec
tively Kawelo and Palakniko, both of
whom claim to run the machinery in
the Palace in connection with the
electric light, weie chaiged with
assault and battery. The first named
is ono of the. foreign educated
youths, and presented a smart ap
pearance, while the oilier boro the
appearance of a disreputable charac
ter. It was in evidence that both
were under the influence of liquor
when arrested. Kawelo was dis
charged and Palakaiko was lined 8'J
and 8 1 costs.
A gaming case occupied the Court
tlio rest of the day.
MISS SHERWIN TO ARRIVE.
By the Mariposa, next week, will
arrive Miss Amy Sherwin, who has
acquired tho lepntation in London
and the United States of a charming
singer. A correspondent of the
Boston Herald in writing from Lon
"But the gem of the evening was
the faultless singing of a former
Boston, as slio is now a London
favorite, Miss Amy Sherwin. Her
rendering of "Love's Wings" was a
positive treat to all who listened.
Every woi d came out as clear and
distinct as a silver boll. Her ac
cent, from lengthened foicign resi
dences, has a pretty little sugges
tion of the continent, and oven in
her speaking voice she conveys all
the charm that tho general singer
does when singing, not speaking.
Miss Sherwin is, us you know, very
beautiful. I comparo her to a dainty
spray of wild roses, all pink anil
whito, and, as she smiles, her teeth
gleam through lier pai ted lips like
crystallized diops of dow. Her
German songs wero equally delight
ful, for Miss Sherwin is an accom
plished linguist. In the best London
society she is ever a welcomo guest.
Her manners tiro engaging, her
amiability is boundless, her informa
tion legardiug musical and other
ait matters oxlensho."
Miss Sherwin will appear at tie
Hawaiian Opcia House as announced
Mine. Banios, the widow of tho
late President of Guatemala, is ono
of tho shining light" of Washington
John C. Calhoun of South Caro
lina, grandson of the great uulliflcr,
has the second largest cotton-Jlcid in
the United Stales ,
i.mVrir-i-fi iunlljt "'" " IIirfilMimXM
A young lndy, nr girl, to atlt at
tx. ho itehold elutle, and especially to
tiKo caro of n child between 2 anJ 3
jcasofaju. Rjlcrcncii re quire ri.b
Applj pjrsou illy nr by lciier to.
3 if J. E. iHOlVN&Oo.
WI1EKEAS, CHUN, LHEONO of
Honolulu, lias this day tiniJo an
nlgunum of all his property. to tho
undersigned for tho b.m.-Ilc f lus'cruli.
torsi Xutlec 1" hereby given to nil par.
lies owing sulci Luoug Chun 1o iiiuke
ininicdiatu pigment: and any peibon
hiving clnliiis iitrnhist Liong Oliiiu
tiro rupicatcd to present them ut mice
to thu undersigned, at tho olllco of 11.
Huelcfeld & Co.
Hono'iiln, May 10, 187. 82 lit
NEW CARD SYSTEM !
HAMNO returned from iho ICoast,
I am prcpnrid to give lesson In
Phonography (shorthand) by the above
named system, to a limited number of
Indies nnd gentlemen. In order that a
full couiso miy bo given before my
return lo the Crmt, nppllct.tioiis
should be made on or before Monday,
M iv lfllli. 5.", lessons full mums $H;
!M lessons, y, course, $20. For further
Information'rall at the oflh-o of N. 1
Hinges". 84 King street, or nddicss P.
O. ISox :177, Honolulu 1 O.
ilii Iw F. BUHGKSS.
Watch L- hi.
LOST OX TIIE HOAI) BETWEEN
Alcii nnd Kiilllii a lady's Miuill gold
watch with enamelled hack, short chain,
and liidinii Coin attached. A liamlome
rewnid will be given to tho pinou leuv.
Ing theo article! with F.M.SWANZY,
iThco. II. Davics & Co.) ill
A BAY MAKE, branded, short mane,
two whito f.-et. II nd luig rope
attached when Irst. Finder will bu re.
warded on returning s'uno to Mr.
Cieighton, Richard tlrcot. Ill if
BY A .MIUDLE.AUED MAX, who
hns fue.il bettor (lavs. Can Le
liusted. Address " II," tills oflicc.
A NICE FURNISHED FRONT
room nt No. 4 Harden Iuie. 1 04
By oidor of MR. J. W. IIINGLEY,
we will nil t Public Auction,
On Thursday, May 12th, at 10 a.m.,
at Ills residence, Itobcllo Lane, the en
tire Household Furniture, compiling
1 HamUomc UpliofStired
Parlor Set New I
Center Bug, Sofa Rugs,
Plctiiicit Mantel Shelf,
L'ice Curtains and Cornices,
U. W. lledsleads, Mattrcs-c,
linrcatis, Waslistanth, ctj., etu.
1 New Singer Sewing Machine
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE!
1 Dinner Set 13(1 piece,
Stove and Kitchen Utensils
GAltDEN HOSE. ETC.
Tin! above nitidis mo nil new, nnd a
line ch nice to hotit.ki.cpcr?. House open
for inspection daily.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
HI Ut Aiictioneeif.
Messrs. MoGrcgor &. Shannon's
Grand Success of Saturday Nighl.
Thunders of Applause.
May 10th, nt thu Hawaihn Opera
Will tike plnco as above. Saturday's
programme! will be repeated wllhtome
Improvements , r.t special request.
Tho Two JR.ivo.lN.
Prices $ l 75 ets , and CO cts.
N. U. Sea Prim Criticisms
Uox plan open nt J. 11. Uiown & CoV.
Concert Company !
Duo at Honolulu per 8. S. Mnrlposa
from Sin Francisco on or about the tilth
Instant, uud will glvo
At tho Hawaiian Opera Home.
MISS SlIEltWIN, whohas'rolilovcd
ciiornibiM success In Euiooe, mill recent
ly In America, is a Soprano of the high.
It is Import Ihut nrrangcincnts may bo
mudo by which tho concert will bo hold
In thu evening.
Box Plan Now Open
lit thu olllco of J, E. Brown & Co,,
yi tf '
On Wednesday, May 18 th
At 0 o'clock a. m.
I will soil a 1 bile Auction nt tho rrsl.
detitc of I . U. OUDYVOU 1 11, Niiuanti
Valley, on account of dcpujiuie, the
whole of his Household Furniture, c n
Itcdioiim S 'ts, MitttOisc, Mo.
tpilto Nets, JlookCfc, Superior 11
W Dining Kooin Ftiriiitiin, L nips,
Ctockery and Ola-iswuie, 15 ith Tub,
etc., etc., also
RANGE &. KITCHEN UTENSILS.
LEWIS .1. LEVEY,
llellTH.IUN. Mutual Tel. 180.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nine Cottages lo Let or Lease in delight
fill locations, within uiuy n-iicn of the
busliics part of thu city, with aicjinmo
datlons suited to any it'(pjirciiif.-nt and
on ino.it favoiablc terms.
Tliroo Lodging Establishments lor Salo
all paying handsomely.
Tho "Old Corner," at Ntiiiunii nnd
Quten Stiocts, for sale one of tho best
busluess.stnmis In tho city.
Thrco Piccos ol Real Estate In this dis
trict, outside of the city, for sale or
To Lot Two cnttnes pleinntly situated
on Hie Hank tf Pin etihowl Hill, tn.
wurd-i Waklki, ono mile f oni lheP.
O; (Mglnful accommodations for
To Lot A eoltace with hirgoyiird loom
nnd sin! le accommodation for a num.
her of Jioisec.
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
rnrlvnlled iiurtiinllIi-H for iirollt
Full p'litlculnrs given upon applica
tion at the Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Situation Wanted as housekeeper or muse
by a whito ludy, of epiilunco in both
capacities Would Lcjept n position
a it Indies' tiaveling ompinlon and
Firi-cln Hook-keepers, Carpenter,
Stuwurih, Cook, Nurses nnd other
bkilhd labor desirinu: iniployment.
NEITHER iho Contain nor
jV the Agui's of tho German
Prbark " HEHCULES" will be
' responsible for nnv debts con.
traoUd by the crew.
F. A. SCHAliFEU cs CO.,
HO 3t Agents.
ONE GOOD SOUND
family JInrej perfectly
iiafo to drive by ladles
or cliildicn. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
MRS. RODANET, the well-known
licB:nhl;cr, icoL-iitly returned
limn Purls, litis her dro.-s-nmklng rooms
iitill on Emma sued, above the sutiarc.
Having bold my Express Busi
ness and good-w ill to Mr. M. N.
Sanders, on account of Intended
depiutuie from thu Kingdom,
I heriuy request all cluims
against mo to bu presented by
tho 15 h or May, and all bills
owing mo to bo paid by tho 1st
of June, 18j7.
20 2v F. II. CEDING.
(VI. N. SANDERS
Hiving bought out
(Mil's Baggage Express
Busliiosa, begs to inform the public that
ho will promptly ttansfrr or deliver all
bicgago entrusted to Ills care, and will
endeavor to give sathfaction to all his
patrons at nil times.
Stuml, tit same place
81 King Stcect.
JSTBoih Tolophonco, No 80.
For Sale or Lease.
rpilOSE PUKMIHES SITUATED ON
X Puiinhou Street cnlled "Knnanilo.
lila," the propei ty of C. II. Judd, aro for
salo or for lciso for n term of years.
For particulars Inquire of
ALEX. J. OARTWltlQIIT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13, lFbO. f08
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT
occupied by Mr. Woodworth,
near tho tlist brliltrn. Nminnn
Street. Possession can bo obtained after
tho 21st inn. Stable und pasture laud
adjoining tho hmu-e.
Al?o, ono Oottne,e on School Street.
Apply to J. T. WATEIHIOUSE,
1 cut! riON I'KUHOHri against pur
chasing lands nt Pinion from Keni
kcniliin or advancing him money on
nioitgagothoicof, im I who um his
lawful wifo do not consent, whoso
coiibont is necessary by law.
Wniluku, Maui, Aptil IK), 1887.
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DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
4(1 column, fj per vnuum,
Bell Tel. 172. Mutunl To I. 872.
P. 0. Box 1,07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St..
Heal Estate Aieats, Etc.,
Oiler the MiMvinir:
To Lei. Shop In new brick building on
King street, near Niiiiduu, i.ext to
Chltio-eNewaCo'soince. 1UU ver
Rooms lo Ronl F'irnlfliid in tho lest
Rooms lo Rent. Four very handsomely
fuuiUhed rooms in largo home; well
situated on Nuiiauii Avenue. Kent
$10 a month each.
To Lei. The hotiseHiid grounds RlUinttd
lu Nuuiinu Avenue, iccenlly occupied
by A. J. Cartwright, Jr., hsq. Kent
To Lei. A Crootucd Cottnge, with Car.
lingo House und Outhouse, Nuuiinu
Avenue, near Uovcrnmsnt reservoir,
nbovo lite Queen Dowager Enunn'g
place, with idioutancrcs of land 2Jf
liillcj fiom fwn. Kent $10 per month.
To Lcl. ACroomcd Cottage, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuuiinu
Avenue, opposite) " Valley Home," In
excellent older. Path and water con.
enl nccs. Kent $lt.
To Let. a. p1caantly tl tinted rcsideure,
comprising two cottages, oulhoiisps,
etc., on Patioa road, near Punchbowl
Micit. Hint very low to meet the
House nnd' Lot (or Salo. Very desirable
icsidence on Beietiinin Street. The
h ni'c contains 4 Bedrooms, Tarlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen nud
Bathroom. Mo.-qulto piooi. Hi. use
new mid well built.
Lot 100 by JCO feet with prlvllepo ef
buying next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Sale or Leaso -Willi immediate pos.
session, that valuable oslnte known us
tho NttUANU VALLEY KaNCH.
sltuatid in tho Nun'anti Valley. 1
miles from the cliy, and undoubtedly
the inon eligible slto for n milk or
milk nnd butter dairy lu this Kingdom.
'I hn above splendid projerty maybe
hud on easy terms.
For Sale A Fp'endld property of over 5
ncrcM of hind oil Lililia street ; un.
ilvallcd u.t a alto for a gentleman's
residence. An early npiiliciition nec
essary lo f urchft'P In a singlo lot. For
particulars apply to J. E. lirou n Si Co.
Employment Department. .
Siitmtions wanted by
II o5l It r,
And other clns.es of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kopt & written up,
28 Merchant Street.
The Leading Millinery House
GHAS. J. FISHEL
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK!
NOTWITHSTANDING THU UN.
iuvortihlo weiither wc were crowd,
ed to hi ;li an extent, that we went tin
able to accommodate the large number
cf kind patrons who showed bv their
presence their apprcointion of nurellorts
tJlurni-h them, 'ON AN EXTENSIVE
AT LOW PRICE:.
New novoltlej in Ladles', Mhscs1 nnd
Cl.lldrrn's Hats this week by the Austin
Ha. mnnufnntiirrd expressly for our
saioj. Several exclusive styles InLidiea'
and Misses' Turbans and Carriage Hats.
IUUBONS lu patterns and coloring to
bo found no where else In Honolulu, and
the latgest assortment cf plain and fancv
Ribbons, such as may be found In any
well regnhttel ribbon stock, at prices us
low as the lowest.
A. Word on InexienHlvo Millinery.
Whllo wo admit that no goods come
to tills countiy for millinery purposes
too line for us to buy, at tho suine time
wc claim to carry tho
Largest Line and the Best Assorted Stock
Of general Millinery of all grades in
To thoso who do not have much tlmo
for chopping: Do not let tho Idea (so
industriously circulated by interested
paities, who keep nothing but cheap
goods,) run away with your judgment,
that licc.uno ti houso is largely putromz
ed by thosu who glvo a great deal of
ateotnlon lo their dress, you muft ncces.
sarily pay high prices for what jou
want. As a gcuernl llilng such people
have time nnd plenty of it to look
around, and just as anxious la make a
dollar go us far as you aro, nnd luko
advantngo every tinio ol tho opportunity
to got tho best bargains for tltolr money.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Leading Millinery House.
Just icceivtd c "Ahimcdii,"
jVutteniN ut' 1887; hImo
Bordor and Ceiling Decoration
In great variety nt reduced pi ices.
WILDER & CO,
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Australian Mail Service
VOn HAS FltAXCINCO,
Tho now nnd fine Al t-tc.-c.-l stem-ship
Of the Oceania StcuimhlpConipiinv. rill
lo due in Honolulu from Sjdi.'ey
nud Auokbiiid on i about
June 3rd, 1887,
And will leave for tin above port with
mulls nud pneseiigeis on e.r ui.otit Hint
. 1'ur fic'cht or pnsnjir, having SU.
PEH10II ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. 0. IHWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and lino Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Stcnnuhlp Company, will
bo due ut Honolulu from Suu
Francisco on nr about
May 13th, 1887,
And will have prompt dl-patch wllh
mulls and nnesengeis frr iheiibnvo port'.
For lrelght or pasfiigu, having tjU-
PEIUOK ACCOMMODATION!, apply
37 WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., AKent.
At tho lowest figure, of tho finest qual
Warranted genuine, mnde of the pure
juiou only and guarantcel to stand
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate in quality for any
number of years. Large quantities ex.
ported eveiy )itr, by some ot the larg.
est cominercinl linns of this city, to dif
fercnt parts of tliU United S atcs and
the German Empire.
MANUKACTUICED AT TUB
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
ratitnljllHlicil In 180!t.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook
Hotel, bet. Xiiuanu nnd Fort Htu.
Doth Telephones No. 14. 01 '
Having seemed the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
Ho will In future attend to tho wants ot
my patrons In tho Billiard Room,
o. j. McCarthy.
Carrlngcs at all hours, doy and wight.
Raddle Horses, Uuggics, Wagonettes and
Village Carts witu stylish and gentle
horses to let.
A few Hoi sos, guaranteed. Second
hand HacUs, Open and Top BuiMtleg.
Catts and Harness. Bb '
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or npply to
MILES &, JIAYLEY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Comer of Nuuanu A Hotel Hli-eettu
BIND UP TELEPHONE 457,.
This Carringo Company has been re
ccinly organized, and guarantees to
furuMi good conveyances, trustworthy
dilvtis. and will make no extoitionaf
AlfcalU will bo promptly atlended to
Cottngo to Kent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE,
Low rent j furnlturo at a bargain.
For particulars rnquiroctf Jno. Magoon,
Agent, Merchant street. I 27 tf
FOR SALE! '
ONE LAHOE I'OIVffnn or PenFnonla
and I.tiniilllo ytA, whiuli can bo
dlvldcci Into two or,nioio building lots.
I'.iupilre of G. WEST,
1051 Of West, Dow & Co.
MOEY TO LOAN!
'TWEjLinderslgned have Sixty Thous.
L Ati'l Dollars to loan, in siiiiib of not
lessthan ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY,
r15flJtf CO Fort Street, Honolulu.
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