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Uum.i-.tin Omen. May 2, 1887.
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WEDNESDAY. MAY 11. 1887.
MAKE READY FOR THE SHOW.
The Itoyal Hawaiian Agricultural
Society's Annual Show is near at
hand withjn three days, Saturday
next being the day. It will soon be
a thing of the past, and the ques
tion of success or failure decided.
That there is no good reason wjiy it
should not he a success, is already
settled. The Society has done its
best with the limited means at its
disposal, by offering every conven
ience anil facility to exhibilois and
admitting e ery description of home
product to exhibition. Besides,
' there i no lack of commodities for
which pri.en arc offered, to place on
exhibition, if people will only tnkc
the trouble to biiug them forward.
Horticultural and agiicultiiral pro
ducts, dairy produce, domestic
manufactures, poultry and hiids
embrace a wide enough raugo to
. make an interesting variety show.
Let the best use be made of the
time between now and Saturday, by
those who have something to show,
to get their exhibits in readiness,
and the public will certainly And
something at the Government
Nursery that will be woith their
while going out to see.
Printed forms have been sent to
expected exhibilois by tho Secre
tary, who requests that they bo filled
in and returned as soon ns possible,
' bo. that the catalogue of the show
may be completed and punted in
-time. Any persons desirous of be
coming exhibitors, who may not
have received forms, can obtain them
' by application to Mr. A. Jaeger.
U- IJ JL.JLi.Jl ii -
Probably there is no part of the
world where more has been done,
in icccnt times, by government, for
materially bettering the condition
of the people governed, tlian in
British India." What jn tiio United
MINIMI, I I
States, In Ctuiniln, In Australia, and
in almost every part of the world
colonized by Anglo-Saxons, the peo
ple themselves have done and arc
doing, is being done for the people
of India by Its Government. Any
one who has travelled over that
peuinsula inhabited by 200,000,000
of people, nnd observed with nn in
telligent eye, has been impressed
with this fact. The Introduction
and cultivation of the cinchona tree,
might be icforicil to as one of tho
undertakings in which tho Govern
ment of India has been engaged,
with the view to the material bencilt
of the people. Some twenty odd
years ago, the enterprise was com
menced, and the success which, in a
monetary sense, lias been achieved
is truly surprising. Some $j,000,
000 were expended for thu purpose
indicated, the whole of which has
been realized with fifteen percent
per annum added, from the sale of
the valuable medicinal bail? which
the trees planted have yielded.
There is, so far as our information
goc, tho strongest giotind for tho
belief that the cultivation of the
cinchona tree on these islands will
be attended by equally prolltablc
results. Mr. Purvis's expet intents
on the island of Hawaii have been,
wc understand, encouraging in the
highest degree. The trees do ex
tremely well, and Mr. Purvis has
just started for Europe with a sam
ple of the bark, with the view of
having its qualities tested. Although
it should bo said that as this baik
has been taken from young saplings,
which have not yet attained matur
ity, it cannot be expected that it
will be pronounced the best quality,
.lust fancy what a source of wealth
our now unproductive gulches would
become, if occupied with forests of
the cinchona tree, on the basis of
results in India.
Paws, April L, 1887.
"What has Kilted Italian opera in
Europe in Paiis at least it is as
dead as a door-nail? The high sala
ries paid to singers, or more strictly
speaking to the prime domic. It
is Madame Patti that must be next
to exclusively held icspoiisiblc for
this musical assasinalion. The bill
of indictment will be found, in the
interesting volume of "Souvenirs,"
just published by her brother-in-law
and impresaiio, M. Strakosch. This
gcut lemaii had the commci cial charge
of Adelina since 18fi0, till some yeais
Salvalorc Patti, had three daugh
ters, one, Amalia, became Madame
Strakosch. The mother was an ar
tiste, and it was while tinging in the
role of "Norma,'' at Madrid, that
hlieabiuptly quit the .stage, and a
few hours later, gave birth to the
great diva Adelina. Molicrc died
on the stage ; Patti may be said to
have been boin on it. When six
yeats old, she was an infant pro
digy in musical subjects ; .she then
executed correctly, the most diflicult
morceaux from all the opera3 she
heard. Her ilrst debut on ny
stage was at a charity concert in
New York ; she was then only eight
years old when she sang the rondo
from "Somnambula" and "Jenny
Liud's Echo," witli enormous suc
cess. Between her eighth and eleventh
year, she traveled with her brother-in-law,
and at this epocli was known
as the "little wonder," though pre
cocious, blie was not leis a child,
and insisted on having childish
things. This she illustrated on one
occasion at Cincinnati, along witli
the symptoms of that tenacious re
solution which developed into one
of the most distinguishing traits of
her character. She cried for a doll,
M. Strakosch did not pay attention
to the weeping appcaj. When the
moment came for the "little won
der" to appear in her part, she re
fused to stir a single inch till a doll
was bought, then siio dried her eyes,
sang marvellously, and next ran to
pinhinpn hnr ilnll mwl nirnnrrn iIl
Uctween twelve and fifteen years
of ago, Adelina made a scrap tour
through East India, and in 185t,
when seventeen, mado her profes
sional debut at the Italian Opera,
New York, of which. M. Strakosch
was the lessee. She was a triumph,
and this despite such piime donno
as Eiezzolini, Do la Grange, Cor
tj;si, Gnz-caniga, etc. M. Strakosch
had a treaty with Patti for five
years, with a commencing salary of
'-',000 franc pep month, nnd three
times that salary per month for tho
last two yeats. How different this
remuneration from the L'.r,000 franc
per night she jeeeived when singing
Ity tho new treaty, Adelina and
lier brother-in-law, went half in the
net receipts. At the present timo
she appaicntly receives all, for when
her fee is paiil and it must be cash
down, nothing is left for the satel
lites. It is Mr. Abbey, tho director
of tho Metropolitan Opcia, New
Yoik, that spoiled Patti, by offer
ing her L'0,000 francs ,u night, mat
ters woro made worse when Colonel
Mapleson outbid him by .ri,0()0 frano,
and lience, the Cnlifoiuia fee. Mario
and Grisi, in tho height of their
fame, novcr received moro than 1,210
frnnvs per rein cscntnt ion; La Frez-
jjjj(MMtgif;w'' ;"'' "''"V''',it
zollnl was contented and even
grateful for 1,000 francs; Christine
Nilsson recolved only 10,000 francs,
and Madame Sembnch 7,600 francs
a night; while Madame Scakhi 13
pleased with 2ft,C00 fiancs per
month. Theo princely tariffs sulll
ciciitly explain, how Italian opera
has become next to a thing ot tho
past, and why the prejudice has set
In against the Italian school of
music. It is associated with fleec
ing and extortion.
The anticipated troubles In
Europe, impait nn actual Intel est to
Montenegro, and its ruler, Prince
Nikita, who is expected when tho
signal is given by Russia, to attack
cither Scrvia or Tin key or keep
both in hotwaicr. M. bcrnici tias
carefully told the result of a Hying
visit to Lcttigne, anil u tneie ue
little that is positively new, old facts
arc pleasantly, and above all, timely
related. The first surprise for the
voyager, after several hours of rid
ing over mountains and along bridal
paths is, that when tho capital of
the eyrie, one might almost write
the Hob Hoy, state is pointed out to
him, lie can hardly perceive it, al
though unlike the Spanish fleet, It is
in sight. The "city" by courtesy,
recalls at a distance those villages
in Bulgaria, whose roofs are on a
level with the ground, to deceive the
covetuous eyes of invaders. Ost
riches also try earth concealment
Cetligne is composed of two
streets, in a form of a Greek cross.
The inn is the only house one-story
'high ; perhaps the better to lodge
travellers so as to be more readily
watched, for often the undesirable
silent Turk drops in unawares. The
cabins are a seues of ilivulcil shells,
built of rubble, with wet clay for
moitar a hole in the wall
serves for door, or window, or
vice-versa, as the tenant wishes.
There are 100 such houses, accomo
dating 1,000 inhabitants. The chief
public building is tho "Skull
Tower," where the heads of captured
Turks arc hung up like scalps. It
serves also as a belfry, but not to
call the faithful to prayer. The
structure for this purpose, lies fur
ther away and does duty as a
church, school, senate, and sonic
say it served in a pinch as a billiard
To be Continued.)
NEWSPAPER LIBEL CASE.
In tjie Queen's Bench on Match
UOth Mr. l)c Bcnt-audc, husband of
the well-known actress, Violet Cam
eron, commenced an action, in which
he bought to recover from the
Even ini JVeiorf damages laid at
3,000,' for a libel imputing fraud.
The libel was copied from an Amer
ican newspaper, and related eel tain
fiauduleut pioccedings said to have
been carried on by the plaintiff in
Egypt. Mr. Cock,' in opening the
case, said that the plaintiff was
bom abroad,, and came to Kngland
when he was five or si.v years old.
He had connections of importance
in Allien. He became a partner in
'the firm of Shiittlewoith and Co. of
Mincing-lane, who traded witli
Africa, He put considerable capital
into tie business j but after n time
one of the partners brought an
action against him, and the result
was that ho became a bankrupt.
Meanwhile he had married Miss
Violet Canleron, the well-known
aqtrcss. 'When he first married her
she retired from, thu stage, the
plaintiff having a consideiablc in
come fiom his business. His wife
decided to return to the stage rather
than that lie should take an appoint
ment nbioad. She became acquaint
ed with Loul Lonsdale, and thus
arose diffeicnccs between the plain
tiff and Ins wife. There were pro
ceedings against Lord Lonsdale, an
action for cruelty against thp plain
tiff, while lie brought a counter
nctioji for adultery between Lord
Lonsdale and tho plaintiff's wifo.
Lord Lonsdale and Mis. l)e Bean
satido went to America, and tho
plaintiff went after them for the pur
pose of acquiring information. He
was summoned before a magistrate
there, and the piocceilings were ic
moved by certioraii to tho higher
court, and the matter came to an
end. Op Oct. 13tl the Evenum
News copiei from an American
paper what puprportcd to bo a i e
poit of the case, but it gavo what is
now known is an account of nn in
terview, and which professed to bo
a history of the plaintiff, which it
would not now be disputed was afab
lication from beginning to end. No
apology was inserted in the defen
dant's paper until January l!)th,
when there was a "retraction," but
it was published in an obscure pait
of the paper. Tho iVeio York
World, however, had long beforo
found out their mistake, and the
day after the original account ap
peared they published an apology
for what had been- insei ted in their
paper, Counsel having addressed
the jury on behalf of their respect
ive clients, tho jury, without re
tiring, loturncd a verdict for tho
plaintiff, damages '200, and his
lordship declined to stay execution.
, Happiness is mosaic formed from
mail' small stones, and theso are
found and set in beauty by tho hand
of love iovo in little things, loving
words, loving acts and a iargo part
of thiu work is in the homo, where
tho greatest poition of our timo,
and tho best, should bo spent, Livo
this year for wifu and husband and
children, and let selfish pleasure take
a back seat. Keep unspoken tho
quick rctmt, tho fretful complain-
Ii'lg, the angry woid, for life Is too
Fliort for sue!) cruel blows, ami tuen
the scar never heals, though you
may bathe it with bitter tears.
But man is more Ihnn a drop
of dew on a fading wreath of life:
lie can fashion tho wrc.ith with fade
less beauiy. Man Is more than a
drifting cloud over a mountain lake;
he is the mariner suiting on its
waters. Man is moie llftni a little
wave on a changing deep ; ho ciui
he the tuler of the waves, pushing
his bark over the stormiest sea.
Man is more than a note falling from
a lyre; he can be the master mu-l-dan,
sweeping by his thought and
love the cunning chords, nnd lllling
the world with ideas and inspira
tions. I'armer s Home.
The friends of Sarah Bernhardt
at Paris think travel has improved
the great actress' temper and she
probably will be more tractable on
her return to the French capital.
Boots s Shoes
AM KB I CAN
Dry Goods !
A ME It I CAN
FOB SALE 11 V
H. Hackfeld & Co.
"VVTIIEKEAS, LKONO CHUN, or
V T Honolulu, lias this day ma Jo mi
luslgiimtut of all litu property to die
undcrsimied for thu bon-lli if Inn eicili.
torn: Notice I heicliy given to till pur.
ties owing t-niil Li-ony Chun to make
ImuiPilialu puyiiicat: unit any person
hiving claims iit;;iiii3l Lcong Chun
iinj rcipirilid to present them at oneo
to the uniiereii'iiul, nt the ollicu of 11.
11 uck f eld ii Co.
Honolulu, May 10, 18S7. iW ill
NEW CARD SYSTEM I
HAMNG returnul from the (Const,
I inn prep ii id to glvo luseu in
Phonography (slioiihnnd) by the above
namedsy.Htcm, to a limited number of
Indies and gentlemen. In order that a
full rou t -o any ho given before my
ntuin to the Ccuit, nppllci tions
should he made on or before Moudny,
MiylOtli. Ci lessons, full rourte, SfU;
MTt fixsows Jj com to, $20. For furlhet
infm million call nt the olllro of N. J'.
liuigGM-. 81 KIpi; street, or udilrets 1.
O. Ito:i77, Honolulu 1 O.
-12 lw 11. V. HUIlGKiS.
-IVY A -MIDDLE-AGED MAN, wlm
Ins m'cii better (lavs. I'mi le
ttiHtul. Address " II," this ofllce.
ANICi: FUHNISHED FIIONT
loom nt No. 4 Uurilen Ltni-. 0(
Ily older of Mil. J. W. HINOLLV,
we will till at Public Auction,
On Thursday, May I'Ah, at 10 a.m.,
at Ills residence, Hnhello Lino, the en
tire Household Fiiiultute, coinpiijlng
1 Handsome Upholstered
Center IJnge, Sofa ltug-i,
Pictiiies Mantel Shelf,
Lace Ctinalna and Cornices,
IS. W. JSedstcads, Matties. cp,
lSurenus, Warthstandi, its., etc.
1 Now Singer Sewing Machine
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE!
1 Dinner Set ldl pieces",
Stove and Kitchon Utensils
GAUDEN HOSE, KTC
The above articles are nil ntw, and a
lino clnnce lo hnuslcccpciy. Home open
for inspection daily.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
31 !!t Auelioncerp.
D.io nt Honolulu per S. S. Mnrifios.i
from Sun Fiaunit-cnou or about tho 18th
uat:int, mid will give
At tho Hawaiian Opera Hoin-c.
MISS Hill ltWIN, hohasiiililiiv(tl
enoruu.iH biilcck In IOniooe, mill recent
ly in Amerirn, Is a Soprano of Ulu high.
Il is bored that arrnngunonts mnvbu
made by which the concert will be held
in the evening.
Box Plan Now Open
at the ofllce uf J. E- ISiown & Co,, i
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advcrtlte in the Daily ISuli.ltin,
On 'Wcdnosday, May
At 0 o'clock n. in.
1 will sell a l til to i.r. tin lit Minns',
item i-nf i .11. O 'ItWUit II, N' imiiiii
V.ilhy, on account "1 dcpiuMi e ilio
whole of hU lLm-ehold Kuiiiliuic, c n
l.liiigof One DphnlNtcred
Uctliomn S-li, (ltiiticsc. Mos
q lim NuIm, Bonk Cue. r-itptirlur U
' niniiig iiiinHi l-'iii'iiituti, L nii,
Ciockcry mill Olatswaie, 11 Uh 1'tib,
etc, tic, also
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
LEWIS .1. LEV BY,
Hull Tel. U4M.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Collages to Lot or Lcaso In delight
ful locations, wlililn ony iviicii of ilti
business part of the city, with iitciimmn.
dnllons suited to any leipilriiilenl ami
on moat fiivmuMe terms.
Th re o Lodging Establishments lor Sato
all pniing hnudsomcly.
Tho "Old Corner," at Kniiunu and
Queen Hi) ei'ti. for sale ono of the heat
btiHiue.v-. j'limlis in tho city.
Threo Piscos ol Real Estato in thN ills-
ulct, otiuido of the city, for sale or
To Let Two cottnfees pleisnnily slluiit"il
nn the flank f I'm elilxiwl Hill, to
wnidi Mukiki, one mile f oin the l
() ; (111 ghlfill nccouimoihitlous for
smut I families.
To Let A cottnpi' wllh lnrjjc ynnl loom
nnd stnl le in ommudiitiou for a nil in
btr of horse"1.
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
ITurlvnlli'd Ojiporluuidci lor jirollt-
utile ini VHtiiu-iit.
Full purtlculnia given upon nppllca.
tlon ut the Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Situation Wanted as hotiHkei per or iiuise
by n white ludy, of experience in both
rupicillei. Would i c sept n position
a a ladies' tmiclmg ejiupanion and
Fir-H-clns Hook-keepers, Carpenter',
StounidU, Cooks, Nui'Th and other
bkilli d labor tlpirinir i mploy meat.
$pi ONE GOOD SOUND
family jHarcj perfectly
safe to drive by ladies
orchildicn. Apply to
At No. 10 Quel n St.
'roni Paris, hns her die-ruiakiug rooms
still on liniinu stic't, iihove (lie uquarc.
Having fold my JUpres llusl
neH and good-will to Mr. M. N.
S unlets, on nctouat or intended
departure Uota the Kingdom,
1 heriliy rm-usl all clt.1 ns
iigiiimt mo to In presented by
the IT. h of Mty, and all Mils
ow Ing me lo be paid by the 1st
of June, 18j7.
2(12 V. 11. OF. DING.
M. N. SANDERS
Having bought (lit
Ilusines-i, beg1) to Inform tho public that
lie will proriiptly ttansfer or deliver all
luggage entrtiMed to his care, and will
endeavor to give suth-fiiUion to all his
patrons at nil time.
Slmul, tit same plaoo
81 King Stecct.
J2flJnih Telephones, No 80. SOlm
1 young lady, or gbl, to osflU at
XX hoitschold dulioj, and especially to
t ike care of a child between S nnd 3
)ears of age. Kefereuco required."
Apply personally or by letitpr to.
:u ir .). e isHOWNtCo.
For Sale or Leaso.
milOSE I'HHMISES SITUATED ON
X I'unnhuu Street called "Rnnnnilo.
hln," thu property of C. II. Judd, are for
sale or for lease lor a term of yeats.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. .1. OAlUWltlGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13. I860. U03
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT
oi'diplid by Mr. Woodwortli,
near the Hist hi idee. Nuunnii
Street. PowchSion can be obtained after
thoQist inl. Stnblo and pasture land
adjoining the home.
Also, unit Cottage on Hrbnil Street.
Apply to J. T. WATEUHOUSK,
2.1 2vv Qiieea Street.
1 CAI'TIO.V lT.lthONK llgllillst )ll-
eluiHing liuuls at l'aiioii fiom Kcni
kouiliiti or advancing him money on
nioitgago thoreof, iik I who am his
lawful wifo do not consent, whoso
consent is uecebsaiy by law.
Wnjluku, Maui, April :'0, 1887.
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DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
.-10 coluuis, 3 per punum.
!','',",'.; ,y dcsssp
Boll Tel. T.2.
p. o nxU)7.
J. E. BROWN & GO.,
C impball Block, Merchant St..
Real Estate Apnts, Etc.,
Oiler the f 1 w mis
To Lot. Sh p In new bilik liulldli g on
Mug tiroi-i, ni'nr Ntitu.nu, t.ext to
Clittie c N c n Co 'h oliiueii. ltvi.t vers
Rooms to Rent PirnttlitJ in the test
Rooms to Rent. Four very liand-oinclv
fiirniilitd iooiih in large home; weil
Hlttiutcd on Nminuti Avenue. Kent
$15 n month cacti.
To Let. The house unit grounds Miiuittd
In Nuuanu Avenue, tccenily occupied
by A. J. Cartwilgbl, Jr., Ltq. Kent
To Let. A fi.ioomed Crttage, wllh Car.
liige Hoi sc mill Outhouse', Niiiiunu
Avenue, near Gorcininant reservoir,
nhuve 1 itu Queen Dowager Kmmn'R
place, wiiti ii bout 'i ucrcs of land '2
mite) ironi town, item fiupcrtnoniii
To Lot. ACtoomed Cottage, w lib kitchen
ntlnclied ; upper end of Nuuanu
Avoiuc, opposite " Valley Homo," in
excellent cider. Path and water con
vent nces. Kent $1H,
To Lot, a pleasantly hl'uatcd reddence,
comprising two cottages, nutlnueei,
etc., on l'duoa road, near Punchbowl
elicit. Hunt very low to meet the
House and Lot for Sale. Very desirable
tctddcncc on lletetiinln Street. 'I he
li oii'o contains 4 Iiedroonn, Parlor,
Dlnlng.Tonm, l'untry, Kitchen and
11a broom. Mo-iulto proof. Hi.uo
new nnd well built.
Lot 100 by 1B0 feet with privilege cf
buying next lot. Will Ic sold chcaf.
For Sato or Leaso -With Immediate pos
session, that valuaMc estato known us
the NUUANU VALLEY ltANCII,
ltnaliil In tho Nuuatiu Valley. '2
miles from Ilia city, and undoubtedly
the mot eligible silo for a milk or
milk nt d butter dairy In this Kingdom.
'Ihi) above splendi t properly may be
hi d en easy terms.
For Salo A sp'indld property of over A
- ncrc- of laud oil Lililia .St reel; un.
ilvnlleil iu u site for n gentle liiuii'a
rcsldenco An early application nec
essary to urchtve in a slnglo lot. For
paiticularb apply to.l. F,. Drown & Co.
Situations wanted by
And oilier clascs of help.
Custom Hous.o Brokers,
Bookp kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street.
The Leading Millinery House
GHAS. J. FISHEL
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets-
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK!
NOTWITHSTANDING THE UN
lavoiahle vealher uovvuic crowd,
ed to Midi an extent, that wo were un
ablu lo accommodate thu Inrge number
nf kind patrons who showed by their
presence their npnreolutinn ol our" efforts
tifurni Ii them, ON ANEXTENblVE
AT LOW PRICES.
New novelties In Ladles', Mlibcs' nnd
CI ildn n's Hats this wesk by the Austra
lia, niamifacturtd expressly for our
snloi. Snveral exclusive styles inLidles'
and Mibscs' Turbans and Carriage Huts.
RIUIiONS la patterns and coloring to
bo found no where else in Honolulu, and
the laigist assortment ( f plain and faucv
Ribbons, Mich us may bo found in any
well regulated ribbon ttock, nt prices us
low as tho lowest.
A. Word on Inexpensive Millinery.
While wo admit that no (roods come
to this countiy for millinery purposes
too tine for us to buy, nt the same time
we claim tocairy thu
Largest Lino and tho Best Astorted Stock
Of general Millinery of all grades lu
To those who do not hnvo much time
for shopping: Do not let the idea (-o
indiitriously circulated by Interested
paities, who keep nothing but cheap
goods,) run nuay witli your judgment,
that Incline a house is laigely patroniz
ed by ihofej who give a great deal of
attention to their dres, you mint ncces.
saiily pay high prices for what jou
wunt. As a general thing such people
have time and plenty of it to look
nround, and just as unxious to niitko a
dolla: go in fur ns jou are, and taku
advantage every time of the opportunity
to get tho best bargains ftrtliolrmoiiay,
CHAS, J. FISHEL,
Leading Millinery Houbo.
.fust lecelvtd e; "Alumttli,"
5,000 ROLLS I
' J'attcniH f 1887; also
Border and Coiling Decoration
In rcat variety at reduced prices.
WILDER & CO.
Australian Mail Mm
vim saw jFIiaxcikco,
Tiie new inn! 11' e 1 iifl stcinsVp
Of tlioireiiniciliiiu iblCViiipi ny. will
In due at lliinolti u troni vdi.'oy
ami AtcM ud i i iiLont
June 3rd, 1887,
And will leave fur lit above purl w lib
ini.tlsa.id pui-Miigci!) un ir i.i-ulit Ihnt
lorfio'glil or passage, having BU.
PEHIOH ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
The ntw and line Al steel steamship
Of the Ori'nnte Stenm'hlp Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sun
Francisco on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will have prompt diipatrhN with
inalU Mill pii'sengets fi r the above port'..
For freight or panigj, having BU-
PEUIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents,
One ThoiisauLl Pounds
At the lowest figure, of the finest qua'
Witrrnnlid genuine, made of the pnro
jtiico only and guaranlcd to Hand
Will not deteriorate in qiiiillly for any
number of years. Large quantities ex.
ported cvety year, by borne ot the larg.
est comitureinl llrms of this rtly, to dif
ferent parts of the United 8 ate and
tho Gorman Empire.
MANUKACTUIIKD AT THE,
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
X:h1u111h1iciI In 180H.
Practical Confectioner, Pfstry Cook
Hotel, bet. Xuuann and Fort Htn.
ISoth Telephones No. 74. Ol
Having sccuiel the services of
Mr. Henr j Saylor
He will in future attend to tile vvajits of
my patrons in t!io Billiard Koom.""1--
O. J. MoOARTHY.
Carriages at all houiH, day and ulght.
Saddle Horf e, Buggies, Wngonettes and
Village Carts wlm stylish and gentle
horses to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts nnd Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply tu
MILES & HAYIFV.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Xuuann A Hotel tttrre-tv.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Cariiagt) Company bus been re
cently organied, and guarantees to
furnt-h good euiiveyance.-i, truMvrirthy
dtlvcri.aud will mako no extortionate
Allen)! will be promptly utter.dSl to
Cottage to Rent
A ND FUKNITUHE FOU
X. Low rent; ftirnlturo at oAfugaln.
ror p'iriiriiiiirs i nquiroi I jxv,
Agent. Merebunt Ftreit. f
FOR SAjtE !
cor ir Tcnf-acola
j ti l.tith vim Yin
J nnd LunnlilOi
divldtti Into two Off mora building lota,
hiiiin ru of o. WEST.
ion I Of West. How & Co.
MONIjy TO LOAN!
rpiIE umKrBgimi ,avo fJIxty Thous.
i i'l" ollara to loan, In sums of not
less limn ml0 thousand dollars upon
irnu,11 . TIIUURTON & KINNEY,
' C0 l'oti 6lrcc, Honolulu.
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