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FRIDAY. MAY 13. 1887.
THE TRUCK SYSTEM IN HAWAII.
It is not perhaps generally known
that the "truck system" prevails to
a ccrtian cxtcut on the islands. In
fact, the term may be new to many
here, hut it is well understood in
England, where, until within the
present century, the system was
quite common in mining and manu
facturing districts. It consists in
paying laborers their wages in goods
instead of money, or forcing them
directly or indirect- to take goods
in payment, or part payment of
their wages. The tendency of such
a system is obvious, and the abuses
rcsultiug therefrom caused its sup
pression in England some CO years
ago, by a special Act of Parliament.
The most noticeable feature of
this system is its meanness. The
laborer instead of being treated as
worthy of his hire and paid his due,
receives a portion only, and the le
mainder (may be the greater part)
is represented by a voucher for
articles supplied him from the pro
prietor's htorc, probably, for the
most part, unsuitable, as lie lias to
choose from what is offered, and all
at exhorbitaut rates, which he knows
it is worse than useless to object to.
To bring the matter home, the
above is literally what is practised
on some of our plantations, and it
appears to us that especially on those
where contract labor is employed, it
deserves the attention of the Hoard
of Immigration, and other authori
Some plantations have small
stores or depots for the accommoda
tion of their people, which they open
once or twice a week, and deal out
supplies at a small advance over
cost. This is a highly commend
able plan, and it is a pity, it is not
more general. In the absence of
any such arrangement, the least a
manager can do is to let the men
procure their supplies where and
how they find most convenient, and
to afford them whatever facilities
arc in his power to that end.
If the plantation owns, or is in
terested in si local store, the ten
dency is to shut off all competition,
and compel the men to buy from
them. Further, lo charge exces
sive rates as booh as they feel their
independence, and Dually to sceiiro
themselves by garnishecing the
men's wages, for their own benefit.
As it happens, it is the Portu
guese who are tho greatest sufferers
under this system, from the fact
that they form the 'great bulk of
"consuming" laborers on the isl
ands. It is scarcely to bo wondered
at, that our source of labor, the
Western and Madeira Islands,
should havo failed ns, notwithstand
ing tho large appropriations, and
the strenuous efforts being madu by
Government agents abroad. Nor
need wc wonder at the numbers
leaving the islands by every home
ward bound steamer.
Tho action of borne few planta
tion managers or propiletors in this
matter must cventual'y cause
planters generally to suffer, and
they would do well to set their faces
against it as a body. It is quite
within the province nml duty of the
Government to look into this matter.
THE WORKMAN WORTHY OF HIS HIRE.
A condition of things which war
rants the placing and maintaining of
wages at a high pitch is desirable in
any and every laim. High wages
always and everywhere mean high
living. Hut experience has taught
that high wages with high living arc
better than low wages with low
The employer of labor cannot, of
course, pay more for labor, whether
fekitlcd or otherwise, than it is worth
to him. That is, he cannot pay a
higher sum for labor than he can
realize on the products of that labor.
Neither can he be expected, in a
general way, to employ labor with
out realizing a moderate profit there
from. Whether a man employs
workmen for a plantation or a shop,
it is right and reasonable that he
should make some profit out of them.
But employers of labor should be
satisfied with a moderate share of
the returns, and not appropriate the
whole or the major part thereof.
There is a tendency among em
ployers happily not so strong in
this country as in most others to
grind as much as possible out of the
poor laborer, and give him as small
pay as possible in return. And
thus it is often found that after
years of servitude, hard work, and
hard living, the poor fellow who
earns his bread by the sweat of his
brow, is in no better position than
at the commencement, while his
employer lives in ease and luxury,
which his laborer's muscle or skill,
or a combination of both, has pro
duced. Strange to say, it not unfrequcntly
happens that the man who, by the
blessing of Providence, or a fluke of
fortune, or something else, has risen
from the ranks of tho laborer to be
an employer of labor, becomes
oppressive to the class from which
he has risen. When he gets up on
wheels, ho forgets the time when he
padded the hoof. During the trials
of his early days, when he met the
rich man's scorn and the pariwnu's
insolence, he had to "grin and bear
it." Because lie had to accept low
wages, and eat the bread of humility,
therefore, says he, let others do the
same. It is good for their health
and experience, lie now has large
possessions, wears n claw-hammer
coat and a boiled shirt, looks like an
ass and feels like a snob, and there
fore it becomes him to despise and
oppress the class from which he has
emerged, like a tawdry butterfly
from a repulsive grub.
These islands are not altogether
without this class of emptors, men
of.s-ordid minds, who, having risen
from meagre positions, talk about
what the laborer can get in Europe,
and would oppress and cheat him
out of his just dues.-. Why, what
has brought us all here? Wns it
not, in the majority of cases, neces
sity, accompanied with a desire to
better our position? Talk about
what laborers and mechanics got in
Europe! What would our Minis
ters, Members of Legislature, and
great men generally get in Europe?
Why, they would bo imprisoned as
ugly, or mean suspicious-looking
characters. Would all their intelli
gence concentrated in one lump get
them bread and beef, unless they
returned to their original avocations?
.Scarcely. We hope never to see the
day when the European workingman
on these islands, whether mechanic
or unskilled laborer, shall bo re
duced to the level of his fellow man
in his fatherland, in the matter of
remuneration for toil. "The laborer
is worthy of his hire," and it will bo
unfortunate for all classes of the
community when thai-hire is lowered
to tho low figure of the over-populated
countries of tho Old World.
Lady Randolph Churchill is in
attendance upon tho Queen. She is
tho first American who has over
occupied tho place of lady-in-waiting.
Theodore Parker once spoko of
Ueecher as tho "preacher of the Ply
mouth pulpit whose sounding-board
was the Rockcy Mountains."
To cure dull times. Apply nn
advertisement to the afllicled part.
The 0. S. S. Steamship Mariposa
arrived this morning, bringing dates
to the Glh itist. The following is a
biiet summary of the telegraphic
Washington, May u. Queen Ka
piolani and suite, escorted by lepie
sentntive of the Stale, War and
Navy Departments, paid a isit this
morning to Washington Hnrrneks,
where a special review of tho hoops
was held in their honor. Several
hundred spectators divided their at
tention between the royal visitors
and the evolution of the soldiers-.
The troops were under command of
General Gibson, and the review was
participated in by live foot-batteries
and one light artillery lottery.
This afternoon the Queen re
ceived lhe representatives of the for
eign Government in Washington.
It is rumored in Washington
that Secretary Lamar would not at
tend the President's dinner to be
given nt Washington on the Oth
May to Queen Kapiolani.
It is now announced that Secre
tary Lamar i9 confined to his home
with acute neuralgia in the face.
This and other acts of omission put
together arc interpreted to-night to
mean that if the Secretary has not
already done so he intends to send
his regrets to the President and
Mrs. Cleveland and make as his ex
cuse for not attending the dinner
his indisposition. They soy the
Secretary bears no ill-will to the
Queen; that, on the contrary, he
recognises her position.
Over eight thousand policemen
were present at the recent anti
coercion demonstration in Hyde
The British authorities are on the
lookout for dynamite, which is said
to have been shipped from San
Francisco around by China and the
A coiirt.martial has sentenced to
death three oflleors for trencher in
having surrendered to the Turks
during the frontier fighting, and
acquitted five others charged with
the same offense.
London, May C. James Grant,
the novelist, is dead. Ho was sixty
four years old.
Washington, April 27. The
board appointed to examine the de
signs for the 0, 000-ton nrmored ves
sels met at tho navy department to
day and began its work.
Secretary Whitney has decided to
order the repair of the Hartford,
now at Marc Island.
Berlin, April 28. Rumors gain
ground that De Giers will soon re
sign and that Russia's politics will
The Schmebel affair is taking a
peaceful course. Ho will probably
be given up to France.
The agitation of tho American
silver kings for the double standard
failed hero. Germany hasjdecided to
keep to the gold standard unless
England accepts the double one.
London, May (I. The Britisli
Government are at last in a ludi
crous hole. For their life they do not
sec how to get out, while poor Sir.
Charles Lewis is the most execrated
man in tho Tory party. The sug
gestion that the Attorney-General
should prosecute the Times on be
half of Dillon may simply be de
seiibed as the most demented whip
that ever issued from the brains of
Russell the unscrupulous.
Li. i I
ON THE VALLEY ROAD SOMK.
wlmro near Mr. .1. S. Wnlkei's
gate, a gold ring three nibiis cnciiclcd
with seed pearls, the name Margaret
Whoever will bring the tame to Mr.
Wntcrhouso'ii store will icceive llvucol.
tars ruwaid. a,') w
Till: FOLLOWING CHANGE HAS
taken place In lliu CopurtnciaJiip
of II. Daniels anil Company tfWal.
luku, Maul: W- II. Cummin;; Imsnur-cluc-cd
the Interest of W. U. Ktumi in
said copartner-hip Its pioperly anil busi
new. The linn now couth ti oI'W. 11. Daniels
ami V. It. Cumin lugs.
W. H. DANIELS & Co.
Honolulu, May 1!1 18b7. !J'i !w
A N ADJOUHNED MEETING OF
. hritii-h resiilenls will bo held on
Monday evening licit, May lUth, at 8
o'clock, in tint dining room of the Brit
ish Chili, lo receive tho report nt tho
Select Committee appointed by die
Clnirman on the subject of u suitable
coiumomointioii of the llftieth Anniver
sary of lliu accession ofllcr Majesty
Queen Victoria. All tiitii.h icsiuenis
are United lo attend
.JAMES II. WODEHOUSK,
II. It. M.'s Commissioner and Consul
Honolulu, May lti, 1887. 11'. lit.
Fiftieth Anniversary of tho Accesolon of Her
Majesty Queen Victoria.
IT Is proposed to commemorate this
occasion by tho commencement of a
fund lo bu called
"Tho Victoria Jb'uiitl,"
to bo Invested for the u'o of tho British
lienevolent Society in nllording relief
to British residents who may bu in dis
tress. It is also pioposed to colohrato tho
day by an
Donations for either or both of the
above purposes may bo mudo at tho
British Vico.Oonsulate, or to Messrs,
liishop & Co., Bankers, or Messrs.
Bprcukcls & Co., Bankers, who have
kindly consented to icceive payments,
or to members of (bo Committee, 115 lw
. -J.Bnik.tidfi.ittolK wt ,..u
Monterey, April 27,r Workmen
are busy in clearing away lliu de
bris of the Hotel Del Monte prepara
tory for rebuilding.
The Cocrclonist's cause has re
ceived its severest, final rebuff in
the heart of the Birmingham caucus
in the newly-elected Liberal Coun
cil. A lesolutiou was moved in con
dematlnn of Coercion. The Union
ists section urged the Council, in
the sacred name of John Bright, n-it
to pass that practically wotihl-le-vote
of censure on their honored re
piesentalivc. Tbc appeal was in
vain, and the resolution carried by
a vote of lift to 01. The full import
of this will hardly be appreciated
outside of Birmingham.
By older of .1. l Mendonca, Admlnls
trator nf the Kslulu of Domingo Lope
Knmoa, 1 will sell at public auction,
On Tuesday, May 17th,
At 12 noon, at Kalllil,
Five Yoke Working Oxen,
well broke, and
1 Bullock Cart, Yokes and Chains.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
113 8t Auctioneer.
On Wednesday, May 18th
At 10 o'clock a. m.
1 will sell at Public Auction at tho resi
lience of E. II. WOODWOH ril, Ntiuanu
Valley, on account of departure, tho
whole of his Household Furniture, en
Bedroom Sets, Mattrcsej, Mos
quito Nets, Book Case, Superior It
W Dining Boom Furniture, L unp,
Crockery and Glassware, BithTub,
etc., etc., also
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
THE undersigned having been tbh
day duly appointed Af signeo nf the
estate of John M. Kupcni, latkrupl,
hereby notifies all parlies Indebted tu
(aid c.Maic to mike immediate pigment,
and thoto having claims ogalnU mid
otatc lo present ilium without delay at
his clllco No. 3S Merchant street, llouo.
lulu. CIIAS. T. UULICK,
Honolulu, May 12. 1887. :13
BY a respect iblc man (London Mas.
tcr Mariner's Cerlilicate,) afloat or
on shore. Apply at J. E. Brown & Co'
Registry Ofllcu. a till
Bethel Union Church
A MEETING of the Bethel Union
Church will be held at the Ly
ceum, On Tuesday, Juno 14th,
At 7:!1() n. m., to act foimally upon tho
propositions formulated lor the union
of the llethd Dnion anil Fort .Street
Churches Copies of the above propo.
Billons, and I'm ins for voting, will be
teat to each member.
By o ilsr of tho Bathe' Union Church,
S. E. liIBH0l Clerk.
Honolulu, May V-, 18S7. it-l 2t
The Leading Millinery House
GHAS. J. FlSrlEL
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK!
VrOTWlTIItsTANDINO THE UN
i.1 favorable weather woweie ciowd.
ml In kllnli ii.i uvt.i. I ll.nl ..'it .. ... ...i
- ... ... .. I. II vi. io.i, ...it. .. v . ... u UlljM
able to accommodate tins largo number!
oi Kind patrons wim t-liowctl by inelr
presence their appreciation of our'eirorlR
to fund h them, ON AN EXPENSIVE
AT LOW PRICKS.
New novelties In Ladles', Mlfseh' and
Children's Hats this week by thu Austra
lia, manufactured uxpicshly for our
pales. Several exclusive styles InLndlis'
nnd Misses' Turbans and Carriage Hats.
KIIillONS In piiltcins and coloring to
bu found nn where else In Honolulu, and
the laigeiU ussoitiiicnt of plain and lancy
Ribbons, such as may bu found in any
well refill itcd ribbon 'block, at prlcmjis
low as the lowest.
A. Woril on IiiuxuiiMivo Millinery.
While we admit that no goods come
to this countiy for millinery purposes
loo lino for us to buy, nt lliu tame time
wo claim lo carry the
Largest Lino and Iho Best Assorted Stock
Of general Millinery of all grades lu
To those who do not havo much time
for shopping: Do not let tho Idea ('o
industriously circulated by intcrc.-ttil
parlies, who keep nothing hut clunp
goods,) run away with your. judgment,
tiiat bieiusc n house Is hugely patroniz
ed by iho.su who give a great deal of
attention to their drcsp, you min-t ncces.
Hiirily pay high prices for what you
want. As a general thing such pcoplo
have time nnd plenty of it to look
around, and just as anxious to make a
dollar go as far as you are, and taku
odvanlago overy timo of tho opportunity
to get lhe best bargains for their money.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Loading Millinery House.
MR. 1ft. a. Il.AT,rJL
-OK Ti E -
Site Ice Cream Parlors,
II is iiiiiricd fn m mui Kr u I c nn I lmlu r
Scctmd lluj huivitTB of a Fiint-Clats Pnslry Cook,
h cli in b i 9 h ' El lii.," mine than nwi, to make n
SuiR'iiiir quality of till 11i.cIn nf Ico Cream, Sliurbuls,
W liter lei s, & .
Oiu- Fancy t.'nlu-n nre (lie l'l-loV or Honolulu,
.inl .wc bake'ceiy diy Lnd.v Fingers, Maciiroons, Drop Uikeii, Coco Dips, und
many other kinds t jo mimeroiit to mention.
Sponge, lNnind. Fruit niul Jolly CuIicm alwnjN on Imnd,
or made to older en Mioit notice, In-uny style.
A line lino of Choice Candles nlwnyB In stock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The public l Invited to Itspcct our stoek nnd florc, wli.ch Is now in flue oidir.
The Elite Ico Cream Parlors,
1IA1VT & STEJNElt, Proprietors,
Mutual Tele. DCS tOpen dallv until 11 p. m.-u Itell Tele. 18-'.
Hull Tel. :i4M. .Mutual Tel. I.'IU.
General Business Agency,
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Cottages to Let or Lease In delight
ful locations, within easy reacn of the
biiHincso part of tho city, with accoinmo.
dalionr. suited to any requirement and
on most liivorablts terms.
Thrco Lodging Establishments lor Sale
all paying ti.iuilsnmcly.
Tho "Old Corner," at Nuintnu nnd
Q.n e i S.ieel". for salo one of tho best
o sinc-i stands in the cliy.
Three Pieces ol Real Estate in lids (lis
hicl, ouls-lile of the city, for sale or
To Lot Two cnttati"i plcasanily situated
ou the Hank of l'uiclibnvl Hill, to.
waid-t Mnkiki, ono milu from ilio P.
0 ; delightful accommodations for
To Lot A cottage with large yard room
anil stable accommodation for n num
ber nf hoises.
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
I'urlvnlleil Opportunities for pro lit -
Full particulars given upon applica
tion nt the Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Slrcet, Honolulu.
Situation Wanted as liousekeiper or nurse
by n whlto lady, of experience in both
capiciiics. Would i.cept a position
a a ladies' tiaveling companion nnd
Elr-il-clins Hook-keepers, Carpenter',
Stewards, Cook", Nurses nnd other
skilled labor desiring imployment.
I F YOU WANT A SITUATION
X nilviitifu In tltu Daily Hui.i.kiin.
A FULL COUIiSK of Tissue Paper
Flow crs taught for $2. Lessons
civen in Crayon Portrniis; and nho the
Uhining Method of Flower and Lind-
cape Palntliic- Flower Printing, 85;
J, ami -cape, $10, for full courts.
Ciders taken for Crayon Portraits and
CSy ICO KING STKEET, opposite
Ivawaiuhio Church. !J4 lm
'11-iving hold my Express Uiibi
ness ami good-will to Mr. M. N.
Sunders, 0:1 account of intended
deparluru t.om the Kingdom,
I hereby ricpicsl all claims
ngainn me lo be presented by
the 15th of May, and all hills
owing me to bu paid by the 1st
of June, 1837.
F. II. OK DING.
For Salo or Lease.
rpiIOSK PKRMISE'S'SITUATKD ON
JL 1 unahou Street called "Kananilo
hbi," tha property of 0. II. Judd, nro for
sale or for lease for a term of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OAimVHIGIITv,
Honolulu. Dec. 1!I. li-60. UOS
NICK FUUNISHKD FRONT
room at No. 4 Caiden Lane. 04
THE HOUSE AT PUKSENT
occupied by .Mr. Wood worth,
near tho Hist brldee. Nuuanu
Sutei. Possession can bu obtained after
lhe 121st iuU. Stable and pasture land
adjoining the bouse.
AUu, onu Cottaee on Srhn"l Slrcet.
Apply to .1. T. WATEUIIOUSF,
S'lStv Queen Street,
t . , , ,
ll Hi'-UJWID, Ji.UU.XU l.tlUXX, OI
' T Honolulu, basllils ilnv nimbi nn
tlT?lma r-i..-, ntiti.T .
nssigniuini or an ins properly to tho
undcr.'d.rncd for the benefit t f his credi
tors: Notice Is hereby given to nil par
tics owing said Leong Chun to make
immediate payment: and any person
having claims against Lrong Chun
nro requested to present them at once
to tho undersigned, at the ollleo of II.
Haokfchl &, Co.
Honolulu, May 10, 1837. 112 3t
I caution I'Hitso.N-s against pur-elui-ing
lands at Pinion from Koni
kenihiii or advancing him money on
mortgage thereof, as I who am hi
.lawful wifo do not consent, whose
consent is necessary by law.
Wniluku, Maui, April IK), 1887.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 column. 2 per auuuin,
Hell Tel. 113. Mutual Tol. D72.
' P. O. Box 1)07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St..
Birnl Estate Apuis, Etc.,
Oiler tho following
To Lot. Shop in new brick building on
King street, near Nuunnu, next to
Chinese News Co.'s olllccs. Kent very
Rooms to Renl Furnished in tho Lest
To Lei. A C-romncd Cottage, with Car.
lingo House mid Out house-, Nuuanu
Avenue, near Ooretnmsnt reservoir,
aliovo lite Queen Dowager Emma's
place, xi hh i.bout i! acres of laxid 2if
mllei from twn. Kent $1(5 per month.
To Let. A fi-roomed Cottage, xvlth kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuuanu
Avenue, opposite " Valley Homo," In
excellent older. Path and water con
xcnliiices. Kent $lf.
To Lcl. a plensantly tl'uated residence,
comprising two cottages, outhouse;,
etc., on l'jiuo.i road, near Punchbowl
Mieit. Hont veiy low )o meet the
Houso and Lot lor Salo. Very desirable
residence on Bcretiinia Street. Tho
hmi'-e contains 4 Hedrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry,. Kitchen nnd
Pa lirooin. Mosquito p. oof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 100 feet with privilege rf
buylnir next hi'. Will be sold cheap .
For Sale or Lease -Willi Immediate pos.
session, tbnt valuable estate known as
tho Nb'UANU VALLEY ItANCII.
sltnatrd In tho Nuuanu Valley. '1
miles from tho city, nnd undoubtedly
tho most eligible site for n milk or
milk nnd butter dairy in this Kingdom.
Tho above splendid properly may bo
had ou easy terms.
For Sale A splendid property of over 5
ncres of land oil Llliha Street; un.
ilvidled 114 a situ lor a gentleman's
residence. An curly application nec
essary to purchase in a single lot. For
particulars apply to .I.E. Brow n& Co.
Situations wanted by
And other clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Mcrchiiut Street. 01
Boots i Shoes
Dry Coods !
FOR SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
H3 lw '
NEW CARD SYSTEM I
HAVING returned from iho Coast,
I nni prepared to give lesson lu
Phonography (hhonhanil) by tho above
named system, to a limited number of
Indies and gentlemen. In order that 11
full couiso may bo given before my
return to tho Ccait, nppllci.tlona
fltould he inndo on o-before Monday,
II iv Kith. .n.T lessons, full cotim. ;i,v,
!'.') lessons, courte, $20. For further
Information call at tho ofllce of N. F.
Burgas, 84 King street, or address P.
O. liox377, Honolulu P. O.
3S-' lw B. V. BUftQESS.
lYfRS. RODANET, iho well-known
1TX ilresBinalw, icoenlly iclurned
from Purls, has her dross-making minus
still 011 1-inuia Btieet, above tho square.
ONE GOOD SOUND
family Mare; perfectly
safe to drlvo by ladles
or ohildien. Apply to
At No. 10 Queen St.
aannm lm I aHMail ill 7 l :j. iHM.u.aaUdifcaa .-3.l.t-vynft
Australian Mail Sartico
Will SAX 1WAXCIMCO,
The now nnd Iho l Mccl sic in ship
Of tlieOc-MulcMiniii hlpli iiipiny w 1
1 e due 111 I Mil nli' u in 111 !)n y
i.iH At e I ml 1 'i ii.l out
June 3rd, 1887,
And will 1' nve fin III -aJ nc pull v lib
uiidis n.id pio-Hiigcis nn tr in hi. t thai
Kor f i eight or passage, having 8U
FEHIOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agcnti.
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and ih.o Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Htcam-hlp Compjny, will
he duo at Honolulu from Sin
Krnucl.scn on or about
June 10th, 1887,
And will lnvo prompt dhpatih with
malls and paeongeis for tb6 ubnve port".
Kor Ireight or pafsugj, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Afjents.
Oils Thousand Poifls
At tho lowest figure, of tho finest qua'
Warranted genuine, made of tho pure
juico only and guaranted to Hand
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate in quullty for any
number of years. Largo quanllties ex.
ported cveiy year, by t,onio ot the larg.
est commercial firms of this city, to dif.
fercnt parts of tlio United S ates and
tho German Empire.
MANUKACTUIIED AT THE
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
IZatobllHliotl til, 180U.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry -Cook
Hotel, bet. Nuuanu nnd Fort Htn.
Both Telephones No. 74. 01
Having secuieJ the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
He will in future attend to the wonts of
my patrons in tho Billiard Kooni.
o. j. McCarthy.
Carriages at nil hours, day nnd night.
Paildle Ilorsp?, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Carts wlm stylish and gentle
horses to let.
A few Horses, "guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Bugglei,
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply to
MILES & IIAYLEY.
1514 ly fc
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of X mi ami A Hotel Mtreota."
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Carilagii Company hns hcon re
cently organized, and guarantees to
furnl-h good euuveyances, truMwirthy
driven, and will ninke no eMoitlobme
All calU will bo promptly a'ttonded to
Cottage to Rent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE,
Low i cnt j furniture at a bargain.
For purtlculnrs enquire cfJna, Magoou,
Agent, Merchant street. 27 tf
ONE LAUGH I OP. correr Penrucola
and Liuuilllo HtH, which run bo
dlvldui Inio two or more building Iota.
KiHlu he of Q. WuaT,
105 Of West, Dow & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN!
fpiIE undersigned bavo Sixty Thou?
J. and Dollars In loan, in Hums of not
less than ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, TIIUUCTON A KINNEY,
lBfNtf CO Fort Street, Honolulu.
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