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Buli.htin Omci:. May 2, 1837.
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THURSDAY, MAY 12. 1887.
MIGHT DO WORSE.
"A friendly suggestion" is offered
by the Herald, touching the dis
posal of the Kaiiniloa to change
her front a man-of-war to a "trader
training ship." Of course, there is
not the remotest likelihood of the
suggestion being adopted, nor is it
probable that its author for one
moment supposed that it would be.
Nevertheless, the Government might
do, ami probably will do, a great
deal worse. The sending of the
vessel down to Samoa, on the mis
sion for which she is supposed to be
intended, is considered by most re
flective people as immensely worse,
and by some as more risky to the
retention of this piece of costly
national property. No allusion is
intended to the coral reefs and
other dangers of the sea, to which
all vessols are more or less liable ;
but to the Great Powers, who may
regard Hawaii's interference in
affairs down there as a bit of im
pertiencc that should not be ignored.
For instance, what would become of
tho Kaiiniloa if a German man-of-war
decided to take her in tow?
This is not an impossible contin
gency. ADVERTISING HAWAII.
Many plans have been suggested,
and many ideas expressed, as to the
best plan formaking the Hawaiian
Islands known abroad. In the mind
of one magnate originated the idea
of despatching u South Sea Island
Embassy, and buying an old vessel
to cany the bald Embassy about
from one island to another, in the
Southern Pacillc Archipelago. This
has been effected in a manner that
the tax-payers will feel in the region
of their pockets in a very short
time. Tho carrying out of such
plans are only an expense to this
country, without any adequate
benefit being derived therefrom.
Where we want to make, ourselves
known is in Europe and the United
States. To accomplish this in a
mcasiiic, wu would suggest that iu
public mubciims in large cities like
London, Paris, or New York, thero
be a Hawaiian comer, where could
be seen photographs of Hawaiian
scenery, and specimens of native
handiwork, lly taking a step iu
this direction, we believe tho in
terests of the country would be
greatly promoted. The authorities
connected with such museums
would, no doubt, afford any assibt
ance in their power. Such a pro
ject could be carried out at a com
paratively small expense, and, we
are sanguine enough to believe,
would bear better fruits than fifty
liVi iTTiiur-y i i r, ;iijvT!i.,jiL!iL
The Ihrahl contains the Infonmi
lion that "Mr. C. B. Reynolds, of
the Board of Health, is looking after
the Chinese poi dealers, to abate the
nuisance of their depositing tnro re
fuse and cask scrapings in vacant
lots. A watchman set at Smith's
bridge yesterday turned back many
Chinese bearing the filth-making
burdens, and in the evening two
were caught in the ocl of dumping n
easkful of the garbage. They were
arrested and with the cask as evi
dence against them taken to the
Station." Vigilance in this direc
tion is needed in the interest of pub
lic health and comfort: Pol
makers and dealers have had deci
dedly too much of their own way in
the disposal of their refuse matter
Back yards, vacant lots, and even
public thoroughfares have been fre
quently tr.ade the depositories of
this particularly offensive substance.
Its diluvium, generated by the pro
cess of decay, and which is so ex
tremely disagrecablo to the sense of
smell, cannot possibly be helpful to
health. If poi-making is allowed at
all within the city limits, the manu
facturers nhould certainly be cout
pelled to remove their refuse matter
to a distance beyond, or bury it
sulllciently deep in the earth to pre
vent its being a nuisance and dis-"
scminatorof sickness. Ceaseless vigi
lance on the part of the health oillcers
in this direction is of prominent im
portance, and will assuredly receive
the endorsement and support of all
The palace is a plain building'
front, with two wings, and sur
rounded by a wall. It is furnished
with modem sumptuousness : hence
the contrast between the Western
luxuries of 1887, and the wilele
ncss of surrounding nature and
rude Orientalism. Gobelin tapestry
alternates witli Eastern cloths, and
the most finished bronzes, beside
highly artistic furniture and "deli
cately painted China. The Prince
was educated in Paris, and the Rus
sians furnished his palace. The
pictures arc limited to the "patrons"
of Montenegro lie Czars ; and the
Pctrovitch heroes and ancestors
at once of the ruling family. Prince
Nikita is -17 years of age, and very
popular; hepossesses fiank and win
ning manners ; in stature, tall and
slightly corpulent; has a remark
ably thick head of black hair, quick
and penetrating eyes. He wears
his moustache and whiskers, like
the Czar Alexandre II. His strength
is proverbial ; ho is a capital sports
man and au accomplished horseman.
His toilette, consists of a white
woolen tunic with close-filling
sleeves, a red waistcoat and blue
knickerbockers, red Greek cap, with
black silk braiding.
The Prince was married in 18G0
to the daughter of the commander
in chief of. his army; the Princess
Milena, is forty years of ago, good-
looking, with 'thick auburn hair, ami
two expressive black eyes. She was
once the most beautiful woman iu
the realm, but as mother of ten
children, she.looks no longer young
her manners are genllo and affable ;
she has made no greater voyage than
the Vicar of Wakefield's wife, and
speaks French with difficulty. Her
eldest daughter, the Princcssc Larka,
as brought up in St. Petersburg,
and is married to Prince Knragcorge
vitcli, the pretender to tho throne of
Prince Danilo, the heir apparent,
is sixteen years of age, resembling
in every respect his father. Though
there is a. Senate, legislation and
administration arc carried on after
pcrcpatclic principles. Prince Nikita
while walking through his main
street, stops and listens to the com
plaint of any of his subjects, and
sitting on tho wall of the city well,
St. Louis akes up his position under
au oak, and reconciles disputants. A
Montenegrin is proud of two tilings ;
his pipe and his lire arms, and is
never without both. The Prince
keeps a good table, where the num
ber of dishes served, is legion, but
smack loo much of the German pre
paration excess of sweets. The
host himself luxuriates in the national
disli of "smoked goat;" just as
Napoleon III. revelled off a mutton
hash, and Thiers on battered cod
on Hie sly. All Montegrins are born
gamblers and pass tho night at whist
cribbage and billiards.
Woman is not held in much esteem
iu Montuegro; the bitth of a girl is
viewed as a family calamity ; tho
father apologises to his friends, when
the lilllu stranger is not of tho sex
desired, a local proverb says, "a
boy is a gift from God, and a girl a
present from the ." Western
babies are baptised bv making the
sign of the cross with water on tho
forehead; in Montuegro, the infant
is plunged as if it was 21 years of
age, into a bath of cold water. If
a bottle full taken from the Neva,
bo added, so much the better for the
youngster's future luck. This dip
is held to "harden" baby for lifo;
to Impart a foretaste of itsdilllcultics
and keep away the maladies of child
hood. Certainly measles, whooping
cough, and such nursery endemics
are unknown. Thero Is not an
apothecary's establishment in the
whole of the principality. The
flMfr"--i"M- -fo '..fttWtii.,.1
Duchess of Edinburgh Is god mother,
of the heir apparent.
Professor Hatnbaund is n most
careful student of the social side of
modern history. The sei-onil volume
of hit "History of Fiench Civiliz
ation," deals with the spitus of the
cleigy, the nobility, the army, and
the inferior classes; also the pnvi- j
leges, the abuses, and the state of
education of tho seventeenth and
eighteenth centuries, when absolute
monarchy was dominant. Incident
ally he 'touches on an interesting
matter: "Why did the French Revo
lution overthrow everything, good ns
well as bad, and attempt to recon
struct a new order of society modell
ed after antiquityAthens. Sparta
and Homer" llecause the lower
classes were wholly without instruc
tion, and the upper strata had only
a confused and mongrel knowledge
of classical literature.
Judge how the school-master was
abroad. No one gave a thought to
primary education before the revolu
tion. Royalty left all that to the
clergy, the municipalities, and the
religious orders. It only wanted
subjects to pay taxes find men -to
light battles. In the west of 1 ranee;
illiteracy was proverbial, and it is
the dark snot still on tho instruction
map of the nation. In Burgundy,
there were not more than nineteen
per cent of persons, who could sign
the register on being rmuricd. In
Auvergue, there was only one school
for a score of villages. As for
teachers, these practically did not
exist, as there were no Normal
Schools to train them. The first
comer who wished to gain an honest
penny was free to present himself
forthcolllce of school-master; he
had only to submit to a Summary
examination to recite and write the
Lord's prayer before an official as
ignorant as the candidate. Provided
with a permit to teach, the diplonicd
had next to go inquest of pupils,
and a situation, lie was virtually a
tramp. In Normandy thcio was
actually a fair for the hire of school
masters, as there was for domestic
The pay of the school-master be
fore the revolution, was merely
nominal, and even that pittance had
to be accepted iu kind. The money
annual salary of a teacher, was
twenty to twenty-five sons about
one lai tiling weekly "per head,"
of pupils. This compelled the
teacher to become positively a
pluralist; thus he was by turn,
beadle, grave-digger, bell-ringer,
public pcu-man, barber and tailor.
And further he was engaged by the
year, like a farm servant. For
school-house, he had but his own
one-room hovel where he lived, blept,
cooked, and cultivated trees of
knowledge. No wonder middle and
lower class society ran wild, when iu
1781), sovereign power fell into their
hands as from the .skies.
Another installment of the "Me
moirs" of the Cointe de Falloux lias
appeared, treating of the events of
the years 1831-35. Tho cointe was
a royalist, but not the less joined the
ministry of Louis Napoleon. He
was introduced to Wellington. He
states, the Ii on Duke, presented a
strange aspect; had au enormous
head, on a small and slender body ;
his nose was extra lJourbonian, and
his chin was very piominent. He
was at the same time full of natural
dignity, with a most pleasing expres
sion, ami gave the intelligent for
eigner a shake of the hand, expres
sive at once of Loyalty, nobility,
and simplicity of character. Iu the
entrance hall of the Apslcy House,
was a beautiful bust of Napoleon.
Relative to O'Connell, the Cointe
viewed him not only as the repre
sentative, but lite incarnation of
Ireland impetuous, vehement of
varying humor; neglectful in dress;
wig badly made and worse worn.
He wns irregular and roughish, but
never losing for a moment, his
character of a right good fellow.
O'Connell never Separated action
from speech, and" was always tho
"great agitator." Side by side was
his patriarchal life; in his home, he
was regarded with the most pro
found respect and attention. His
London hotiso was a little Ireland,
and his-stock subiccts of conversa
tion, were, his country and the
The Waguerphobists seem more
than ever determined, that no opera
houso subsidized by the state, shall
be given to bring out any of Wag
ner's compositions ; if a private cs
tablislim.ent affords the required
hospitality, it must take chance for
squalls. The brutal, and to all ap
pearand inapt, expulsion from Al
sace, of M. Antolno, deputy at the
Reichstag for a district iu Alsace,
and leadpr of French sympathisers
of the amputated province, can only
intensify the patriotic set against
the German composer, not because
he is an 1870-71 German, but for his
nnseemingly rabid attacks at that
epoch, on tho Gauls. No sutro
ultra orepidam. Rochforto, who is
a passionate admirer of scientific
music, is as usual eccentric. Ho
censures his countrymen for refus
ing to take what is good from au
enemy, such as Wagner's Parsifal
and Walkyrie and which have
moulded all modern French com
posers, but ho objects to them pur
chasing German boots, shoes, hats,
stuffs, toys &c.
The waiters and grocers' assis
tants iu Paris, have since months
been agitating to put down tho Reg
istry olllces ; as thoy aro having re
course to violence, they aro losing
in public sympathy. They are at least
200,000 ot waiters &e. in tho cltyi
one franc from eacli would give
moro tliaiuloublctlio starting capital
ttllttfrA- - "- -fr!.! -
they require. They held a curious
public meeting the other day ; the
price of ndiulsslou was llvusniu:
when the pre-s members arrived,
they were leftist d ndtnlasion, unless
they paid tvfenty sous ; they offer
ed live sotn, like an ordinary unit,
of tteu public, but were met by n
decline with thanks. It Is the I rat
time a pres9 man was appraised as
being four times mure Important
impossible to suppose more wealthy,
than a member of ihe general pub
lic. It is not much, but still some
thing. France does not know all her
concealed wealth. At Brest, two
state barges all ornamented with
gold like a gingerbread cake, have
been piscovered in the Arsenal ; one
was destined for Napoleon III., and
the other, for his son. It appears a
guardian was told off to show these
relics of tho Second Empire to visi
tors, and his salary for tho last six
teen years lias cost the republic,
20,000 francs. To expend such a
stun for a souvenir of the Man of
Sedan, the extreme journals consider
to be worso than a humiliation, and
next to a crime. Yet the same pru
dery docs not object to paying
thousands of francs annually, to
guard more than the relics, of the
Man of Waterloo, at the Invalidcs.
Betting people commence to rub
their thumbs; the itching relates to
the Congo lottery of 150 million
francs, to recoup Vlio King of the
Belgians his investment in tho Hark
Continent. Franco will float the
tickets; imagine the paitizans of tho
colonial expansion of France, win
ning an estate whoso extent would
be only measured by latitude and
longitude. If the tickets bo put up
at a franc, the distressed Irish
might try their luck on that land
Minister Loekroy has just stated,
that a French Consul was lately
asked, to furnish trade information
about the country to which lie was
accredited; lie replied: "I only
look after politics; for the other
matters, I must refer you to the
Dis. Flint's Hkakt Ri:mi:uv
Specific for all forms of Heat t Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
anil Ciieiiltiaon. Desoiiptivo hook
with eVerv bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. Ml
S PERRY'S Ko. 1 Famllv Flour is
olleicU for side by GOrS.LVrW ii
CO., Queen Street.
TY a rtsnectiblo mnn (London Mas-
J3 tcr Mariner's Cecil ticntc.) ullo.itor
cm shore. Apply ntJ. E.
13 row n & Co'
A FULL COURSE of Thsno
XJL Plotters taught for $2. Lessons
given la Ciiiyon Portmbs ; and nlo the
Lightning Method of Flower and Lmd.
boapo Palnliiic Flower Puiallug, 93 j
Land-cape, $10, for full coui-ms.
Oidms taken for Crayon Portraits and
Luiulseupi! Pal nl I n us.
tor- u;o king street1, opposite
Kawninh io Church. :;l tin
Bethel Union Church
AMEBTINO or the Bethel Union
Ouurch will be held at the i,j
eeiun, On Tuesday, Juno 14th,
At 7::t0 p. in., to act founiilly upon Ihe
propo.-llimis formulated lor the union
of the llelliLl Union and Fort Sneel
Churches Cepics of The aliove piopo.
silionf, and fonns for voting, will Lo
Eent to each member.
By onbrof the Bjthol Union Church,
Honolulu, May V.', 1887.
:l -I 2t
CARD SYSTEM !
HAMNO returned from tho I Coast,
I tun prepared to give lesson in
Phonography (shoiihund) by tho above
named system, to a limited number of
ladie- and gentlemen. Iu oidor that a
full couiso may ho jjlven hefoio my
return to the "CrTi-l, iippllcUloiiK.
should he miulo on or before Monday,
May lGth, 0"i lessons, full rource, filoj
'.'fi lesson-, J course, 20. For further
information call at thu olllco of N. F.
Hurgess, 81 King street, or address P.
O. box 377, Honolulu P. O.
Ill' lw ll.F. IlUHOKsS.
MRS. RODANET, iho well-known
dicssinaUer, leudtilly returned
fronr Purls, has her ilre.-s-iiliilfliig looms
still on Kuiiua stieet, above tho square.
Duo at Honolulu per P. S. Mariposa
from Sin FianQiscoou or about tho lflth
instant, and will give
At Iho Hawaiian Opera Hou-e.
MISS SlIKltWIN, who hao cchltsvul
cnoriuuB succors lu Kuiooo, ami recent
ly iu America, is a Soprano of ihu high
It is hoped Unit arrangements may bo
made by whln'i the concert will be held
iu the evening.
Box Plan Now Open
at the olllco of .1. K- Brown $ Co.,
' ill If
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advertise in tho.DAUA' Bullktin,
.rfnrtr... - ito
On Wednesday, May
Ai o oV.luck n. m.
I wtH sell a l' hllu Vi.o 1 m in thons'.
tlum t- of i . II. " O UAVOU II, N iiuiiiu
V.illi y, on iiccimin nl ilCain e iho
wliniu ill til. Household Ktiinhu e, c ti
ll ting of
llcdio m S'K MutiC'iiC.. Mos
q Jin Nut;, Ho.ikCi-e, -upi'Mur il
W inn ng II ii F.r Itii'i, L mp,
Citickco 'tail (-iia-MV.uc, Hun lull,
etc., etc., nl en
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
lU-U'Ol.tMM. Mutual Tel. 1U.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Collages to Let or Lcaso in delight
ful locutions, within easy reach of the
business part of Ihu city, with iiec.unmo.
Millions suited in any requirement and
on most favoiablo terms.
Thrco Lodging Establishments lor Salo
all paying handsomely.
Tho "Old .Corner," at Niiunnu and
Qtiecu 8tieet. for s'llo ono of tho best
business Simula in the oily.
Three Pieces ol Real Estate in thU dis.
trie), outsidu of Iho city, for sale or
To Let Two oottiites pleiisantly Minuted
on tlio llnnk or I'm olibowl Hill, lo
1 wards Mnkikl, one mile f oni the P.
U; dilghlful accommodations for
To Lot A rottiijro with Innjoynrd loom
and st n lil 'j m (oiniuodntlon fur a lium
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
Unrivalled 4pirttinitli-H for iirollt
Full p'irtlotil.irs given upon applica.
tion at Ihe Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Situation Wanted as housekeeper or muse
by a white lady, of expe riencu in hath
cop loitios. Would cc ,pt a iositlon
a a ladies' tinveluig e mpnnion and
Fir'i-clu-s Honk-keepers, Carpenter',
Steward-, Cooks, Nurses and other
bkilhd labor drsirini: employment.
oots i Shoes
FOR SALE HV
H. Hackfeld & Co.
$ ONE GOOD SOUND
v V family .Marc; purtvetly
Cto '-"'" tlJ H'r'vu hJ' hidies
lll o"r children. Apply to
No. 10 Queen St.
Having sold my Express Busi
ness and good-will to Mr. M. N.
Sanders, on account of intended
departure from the Kingdom,
I hereby mpust all clhlms
against mo to ho prer-cnted by
Iho ir!h of May, and all hills
owing mo to bo paid by the 1st
of Juno, IS 37.
20 'J w F. II. OK DING.
A young hidy, or girl, lo asslu at
household duties, and especially to
Mho eaio of a child between 2 and i
jca'sofage. Itofercneo rtqulied.
Apply personally or uy letiter to.
, E. UHOWN & Co.
For Sulo ox Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATKD ON
I timihou Street called "Kaunniln
hln," the piopnty of Q. II. Judtl, are for
bulu or for lease tor a term of yeais.
For particulars Inquire of
Honolulu. Dec. 13, lt(i. If 03
X. loom lit No, 4 Oarden Lint
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT
net upled by Mr. Wood worth,
near thu Hist hridirc. Nuuanu
Street. Possession can bo obtained nflor
thoBlst inM. Stable and pasture land
adjoining the house,
ADo, (inn Cott'ige on School Street.
Apply to J. T. AVATEWIOUSK,
25 Queen Street.
1 CAfTKlN I'KIIKUNH llgllillSt )ltl-
chiiHiiig lands at Pauna from Keni
kcuibia or advancing him money on
inoitgngo thereof, iih 1 who am' bis
lawful wife do not consent, whoso
consent is necessary bv law.
Wailuku, Muni, April 110, 1887.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
tO column, 2 per unuum,
- . -i. .t;wfeviMl.feaaaW,aifc.'.H.. ...q.k.i.,,, -
UjIit i. r.a
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
leal Estate Apils, Etc.,
Oiler Hit; f I w uk:
ToLcl.-Sh p n new b'hk Imlldbjro
Mug stro.-t, liMir Niimnu, te t lo
t lilmi e NonuCo 's olllces. ltet.t el)
Rooms to. Rent P Unbhtd in tho leal
in. a ill
Roomi to Rent. Four very linniboinely
fiiuiiiliid rooms in largo home; well
situated on Nuuauu Avenue. Kent
$15 a month ciichi
To Lei. The house nnd grounds situattd
in Nuti.intt Avulliie, tecently occupied
by A.. I. Cartwrlgbt, Jr.,Lsq." Rent
To Lob A Crootncd Cottage, wllli Our.
lingo House und Out house-, Nuuiinti
Avenue, near Oovernmant rc-urvolr,
above lite Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with iibout 1! acres of land 2f
mile) from town. Kent tfiu per mnntii.
To Lot. AR-roomcil Collage, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuuanu
iVvenuc, opposite " Valley Home," iu
excellent older, bath and water con
enl nces. Kent $1.
To Lot. a pleasantly M'ualcd residence,
comprising two cottages, ottili mses.
utc., on P.tnoa road, near Punchbowl
Ktiett. Hunt very low lo meet the
Houjo and Lol for Sale. Very desirable
icsldenee on Heietuiila Street. The
Ii m-o contains 4 Hctlrooim, Parlor,
Dining-room, .Pantry, Kitchen and
lla'hruuiu. Mosquito proof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 150 feet with mivilepe rf
hitylnn next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Salo or Loaso -Willi Immediate posses-don,
that valuable estate known as
thu NUUANU VALLEY IIANCH.
slinattd in tho Xuuanu Valley. 2
miles from tho city, and undoubtedly
the moU eligible site for a milk or
milk iu,d butter dairy In this Kingdom.
'Ih-i above splendl I proj erly maybe
IimI on easy terms.
For Salo A np'cmliil nroncrty of over 5
aorut of laud oil Lilllia Street; un
il vailed iu a silo tor a gentleman'
residence. An early npiillciiilqu tin"
cssarr lo urchMu in a single lol. For
pnitlciilars apply to.I.E.Urownd: Co.
Situations wanted by
And other olnses of help.
Custom Houso Brokers,
Books kopt & written up,
23 Merchant Street.
WHEREAS, LEONO CHUN, of
Honolulu, has this day made an
assignment of all his properly to the
undursiuued for thu ben -tit i f his credi
tors: Notice Is hereby given lo nil par
ties owing said Lcong Chun to mukc
immediate payment: and any person
having claims against Lcong Chun
nro requested lo present them at onoo
to the undersigned, at the olfice of II.
Hackfeld & Co.
Honolulu, May 10, 1837. 32 81
The Leading Millinery House
GHAS. J. FISHEL
Gov. Fort & Hotel Streets.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK!
TVrOTWITIIfcTANDING THE UN-
IA favorable weather we were crowd
ed to Mich an exlont, that we wero un.
able to accommodate the large number
of kind patrons who showed bv Ihelr
presence llicir appreciation of nurcfTorts
to furnl-h them, ON AN EXTENSIVE
AT LOW PRICES.
Xew noveltio3 in Ladies', Mioses' and
Children's Hats this week by thcAustia
lia, manufactured expressly for our
sal03. Several exclusive styles In Ladles'
and Misses' Turbans and Carriage Hats.
RIUUONS In patterns and coloring to
he found no where else in Honolulu, and
tho laigcst assortment of plain and fancy
Kilibous, such as may he found in any
well regulated ribbon stock, nt prices us
low as the lowest.
A. Word un Inexpensive Millinery.
While wo admit that no goods come
to this country for millinery purposes
too line for us to buy, at the mine time
wo claim lo carry tho
Largest Lino and the Bost Assarted Stuck
Of general Millinery of all grades in
To those who tlo not have much lime
for shopping; Do not let iho idea (to
imhiMriotisly circulated by intcrcmd
parties, wlio keep nothing but cheap
goods,) run away with your judgment,
that hec.UHO a houso is hugely pnticiitz
cd by ihosu who give a great deal of
nUeniion to their dress, you inti't niccs
sillily pay high prices for what you
wiiut. As a general thing such people
have time anil plenty of It to look
around, and just as anxious to make a
dollar go as lar ns you aro, and laka
advantage every time ol thoopporluuily
lo get thu hct Iiargaliis fi r their money.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Leading Millinery Houso.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advortiso lu tho Daily Bullutin,
Australian Mail Uim;
run S.IK Fit AT. CISCO.
The new mid (lie Al Mcel glean s'dp
Of t ie c 'aide Mi an lilpCi inpi ny w 1
I e di. e ai I in nit u In in !-niii
anil At.Oi.l ud i.'i i iiLool
June 3rd, 1887,
And will leave foi ill al nve pott with
ini.i's a.id pufsuigeis on ir ut.uul lliat
For fiolght or passage, having KIL
PEH10H ACCOMMODATIONS, iipply
WM. G. IRWIN St CO., Agenti.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and line Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steam-hip Compiny, will
bo due at Honolulu from Sun
Francisco on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will havo prompt dlt patch with
mnllsnnd piiEScngeis for thenlrovuportv
For freight or passftgi, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. 0. IEWIN & CO., Agent
At the lowest figure, of the finest qual
Warranted genuine, made of ihe pure
ju. co only and guaranted to ttand
Will not deteriorate in qusllty for any
number of years. Large quantities ex
ported cveiy year, by some ot the Iarg
est commercial Arms of this rily, to diN
furenl parts of tho United S atos anet
the German Empire,
MANUFACTf KKD AT THE
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
lHtnlillHlieit in isoa.
Practical Confectioner, Pfatry
Hotel, bet. Kniianu nnd Fort Hta.
Both Telephones No. 74. 01
Having secuio I the sorvlow of
Mr. Henry Saylor
He will in future attend to the wants ot
my patrons In fie Billiard Room.
o. j. McCarthy.
ftirriages at all houis, day and night.
Paddle Horses, Buggies, Wagonettes ant)
Villngo Carfs wltn stylish and gentle
horses to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second '
hand Hocks, Open nnd Top Buggies;
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply to
MILES & II AYIiEY.
CITY CARRIAGE GO.
Corner tif yunaiiu & Hotel Mtreeta.
KING UP TELEPHONE 467.
This Carriage Company has been re
cently organlcd. and guaranlecg to
furnt-h good conveyances, trylwtTthy
drivers, und will make no extortionate
All call will bo promptly nltemled'tr
Cottage to Kent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
Low lent; furniture nt a bargain.
For particulars nqulre f Jno. Mnnoon,
Agent, Merchant street, 27 tf
FOR SALE7! "
ONE LARGE FOP. correr Pensncola
anil Lunnlilo Ms, which can he
dlvidm Into two or more building lots.
hmiulro of G. WEST,
1M4 Of West, Dow & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN!
THE undersigned have Sixty Tlious.
anil Dollars lo loan, In Bums of not
less than ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY,
1602tf CO Fort Street, Honolulu.
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