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BISHOP & Co., BANK.KBS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
J3nulc o CaLLTorula, H. F.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
Mewrs. N. II. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Hank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch. and Wellington,
The Hank of British Columbia,
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Hanking Business.
Daily Bulletin Sum
Published about the End and Middle
of oaoh Month.
Contains 40 Columns of Interesting
News Relating to tho Var
Thcru ia no butter publication fot
sending to friends Abroad, nor is there
any better medium for advertising any
special line of business that may d spend,
in part, for its support, upon foreign pa
tronage. These Summaries go to all
parts of the English-speaking world,
and the demand for tliem is constantly
Subscription, including Postage io Foreign
Countries, $2.50 per Year.
On and nficrftltis day,
Mr. Sam McKeague
Will have charge of the delivery of the
Bulletin Omen, 31 ay 1!, 18S7.
It Sttilif aian din.
Pledged to neither Seot cor Party,
Eat established tor the benefit of all,
SATURDAY. MAY 11. 1887.
MUCH TO BE DESIRED.
An eminent Englishman of the
past once asserted that nothing so
much improves the mind ab travel
ling for pleasure; and no doubt he
was to a certain degree right. The
acceptance of this dictum, however,
plunges a philosophical mind into a
dubious reverie. From America to
the Hawaiian Islands, to "see an
aboriginal race wisely governed on
American principles," as a man testi
fied to-day lie had done, may lie
travelling for pleasure; but if his
mind has been in any way improved
by the operation, it is natural to
enquire what manner of mind it. was
before tho journey begau. From
llonolulu to San Francisco, from
San Francisco to New York, and
from New York to London, to see
the sights and engage in a little
twaddling diplomacy, is, lo some
minds travelling for pleasure, es
pecially if the expenses thereof be
defrayed by the public exchequer.
It is to be hoped that our distin
guished military olllcers who have
started out on this jottrnej- of
pleasure will return with improved
minds. Few men, however vast their
intellect, can include every particlo
of human intelligence within the
compass of a tall hat; and if, in the
course of varied foreign travel, noted
for good eating and a plentiful sup
ply of mixed drinks, our men can
catch an idea by the tail and bring
the novel ereaturo all the way to
Honolulu, so little damaged by the
sea voyage or complicated by the
personal handling as lo bo partially
intelligible, there will not only lie
cause for astonishment, but extreme
rejoicing. Then if the improvement
of mind effected by the pleasure
trip, can be transmitted by tho
travellers, on their return home, to
the Ministers who stick to their
posts, like the boy to the burning
deck, we may hope for some bene
ficial change in the management of
THE WONDERFUL PALI.
There is a sublime beauty and an
awful grandeur in some of nature's
works on the Hawaiian Islands
which the words of mortal can
scarcely exaggerate. Hut every
thing visible and natural in the
kingdom is not on the same scale of
proiligiousness. Indeed, tho one
grand sight within easy reach of
Honolulu, to which wc are wont to
direct transient visitors who only
remain hero for a few hours, while
the mail steamers between America
and Australasia stay in port, lias
been much exaggerated; and tho
writer felt no surprise yesterday,
when somo of tlio Mariprxn pat
sengere, who hntl bcon to the l'all,
A Rrndmtl rise, up a valley roncl
traversable by whet led chicles,
with tunny beauties on either side,
for a distiinee of seven inilcs; at the
lop, a perpendicular precipice,
rntlicr too deep to jump down with
out encountering n sniioli-tip; nway
below, and spreading out for miles
in front, green pastures, He I (Is of
sugar-cane and rice, dotted hero
and there with villas, and a shallow
and muddy sea" beyond ; a range of
precipitous cliffs tunning several
miles northward, covered with ver
dure; on either side of the Pali
itself, two lofty peaks towering up
hundreds of feet all these combine
to make a trip to the l'all desirable,
pleasant, and profitable, flic sight
is absolutely grand and inspiring,
but not in tlm superlative degree:
compared with a thousand others
similar in nature, it is pigmy and
Poisons accustomed only to cities
all their lives, will, on a first visit
to tlio I'ali, probably go into ccsta
cies of delight, admiration, and won
derment, and make themselves ap
pear ridiculous to their more expe
rienced companions by tiie extra
vagance and exuberance of their
language. Hut the visitor with an
experience of the mountainous re
gions of America, Europe, or almost
any nicntionable part of the globe,
will be sure to be disappointed with
the l'ali, if he lias previously heard
the usual exaggerated verbal des
criptions of it. "A very nice change,
after being cooped up on board of a
steamer," he will bay, "I am glad I
came up hero ; but really there is
nothing wonderful to be seen ; there
arc thousands of finer sights, about
which there litis not been one-tenth
so much talk."
Chief Justice Judd, Presiding.
Circuit Judge Lyman, Daniel Porter
clerk. The Marshal and Sheriff
linker, in attendance. A. P. Peter
son, Deputy Attorney-General. II.
L. Ilolstein, Hawaiian interpreter.
V. V. Ashford, W. A. Kinney, C.
Crtighton, and D. II. Hitchcock,
Court opened May '1th, at 1 r. m.
Cases disposed of:
Hex vs. Paulo (k), verdict, man
slaughter, Srd degree. Sentenced
to live years' imprisonment at hard
Rex vs. Kaumai (k), larceny of a
horse, verdict guilty. Sentenced to
one year's imprisonment at hard
Hex vs. Wahineaukai (k), burg
lary, verdict guilty. Sentenced to
two years' imprisonment at haul
Hex vs. James Shaw, J.T.Jordan,
Manuel Luig, Sabbatli breaking,
verdict not guilty.
Hex vs. Ah Wall Fool;, distilling
spirits. Verdict, not guilty, 3 dis
senting. Hex vs. Amo, selling spirituous
liquor without license, verdict guilty
lined S150 and costs.
John Kane vs. Ililo Sugar Co.,
trespass. Verdict for plaintiff
Kiha vs. James Kaai, assumpsit.
Verdict for plaintiff 8231.
Setepano vs. J. B. Acae, assump
sit. Jury waived. Judgment for
plaintiff 5 1.7.1 and interest.
Ilex vs. Moao (k), distillingspirits.
No appeal perfected.
Itex vs. Knaiwaiu (k), malicious
injury. Continued to next term.
Kawahinekuilei and Kamoe vs.
Kauhinc and Kahawai, suit to re
cover a horse. Appeal withdrawn.
Estate of I). Kaawa k, deceased
Intestate. Sent back to Probate
Court for administration.
Uex vs. Ako, Opium in posses
sion. Fine paid.
Hex vs. Ah Pan, Distilling Spii its.
Hex vs. All Chain, Attempt
Rape. Nolle, pros.
Hex vs. Ah Kini, Ah Ki, and Ah
Kill, Distilling Spirits. No appeal
Hex vs. J. It. Gaspar, Selling
Spirituous Liquor without License.
Forfeited bail $150.
Hex vs. Ah Nee, Oopium in pos
session. Appeal withdrawn.
Hex vs. Ah Mana and Ail Sam,
Opium in possession. Nolle, pros.
Hex vs. Ah Knu, Opium in pos
session. No appeal perfected.
C. T. Aiona vs. C. Notley, As
Yano Ileisbrio vs. Yosliino and
Yabitchi, Assault and Slander.
Continued not served in time.
Saihi Ivitmago et nl. vs J. 1.
Mian, Falso Imprisonment. Same
disposition as above.
Ah Pan and Ah Fat vs. Naai
Kauna, Assumpsit. Appeal dis
missed, as no proper bond filed.
Kamaka ct al. vs. E. Bond et nl.
Case remitted to Commissioners of
private ways to pei feet the record.
Tlieio i emain to bo tried
Itex vs. Sum, for Larceny.
Hex vs. M. G. Correa, Mayhem.
Hex vs. Akao, Opium in posses
sion under tho old law.
Ill i I li I i .mi luij ii ii "in '';'" 'J..-!1
Win. lUtitoon vs. C. V. Aioun,
Nakalatnu vo. W. II. Purvis, As
sumpsit. 11. 11. Naltmti vs. P. Kaloa. Dill
in Kquity lo set ald a dec I.
The Court lias heard four Dlvo'ec
Cases, and nine remain to Ik tiled.
As thu steamer 1 ft on May 12th,
the Court and a mixed jury were
euiitlgeil in trying the ease of Kn
laniii timl Kulu vs. the Unlaw a
Sugar Co. fur ilauinies for iiijmy
to crops of kalo by refuse from de
fendants' Sugar Mill.
KAC.MAKAI'II.1 OlltMlCI!. Hev. J.
Wiiluinuu. pa-tor. Sunday M-liool at
OtiJUA. M. Preaehliur at 10 HO A. M.
Kawaiahao Ciuiiton. Rev. II. 11.
P.uker. pastor. Sunday school at 10
a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Young
people' meeting at 7:110 i. M.
Y. M. U. A. Young Men's Mule
Clas lu the parlor at HUB a. m., eon
dueled by the General Seeietary. Gos
pel PmUe Sen lee at 0 ::10. i.M. Come anil
bring a friend.
l'Olir-STHKKT OllUliOII. Rev. .1. A.
Uiu.aii. pa-tor. Sunday school at 'J:l"'
a.m. Public worship at 11. i:culiig
service al 7 :!!(), with sermon by the
pastor, on "rutting Away ChlldMi
Tiling.'' Allaie invited.
UiiinksU Ciiuucn. Foit street, near
corner lleretanla. Mr. To Tcng Ue,
evangelist. Chinese Sunday school,
H::iOA.M. Chinese and English Hiiii
dav School. 'J::so v. m. Preaching 11
a.'m. and 7::i() i m. lllblu class hi
Chinese Y. M. C. A. Hall. 0:',I0 l'. M.
ltr.Tiir.i. Union- Conokkoatiox.
Jtev. E. 0. Ogjrcl, pastor. Sunday
M'hool and Bible rlas to-inonoW at
.iU5 o'clock. Lcsmi, l,Tho Call of
Mces," Kx. 3:1-10. Public woishlp
at 11 o'clock, with a pennon by the
Itev. E. C. Oggcl, on "The Enthroned
Christ." All aru cotdlally lu lied. No
Human Catholic Catiii:i)i:ai,.
Religious services on every Sunday at
the Konian Catholic Cathedral at Hono
lulu, c, and 7 A. M., low inaes with
Holy Communion; 10 a. m., high mass
with sermon, either lu Hawaiian, or In
Portuguese, or lu EnglUh, alternating
neeordlngto the three piluelpal iliffeietit
nationalities of the ebuieli; - r. M..
losiny and catechism; 4:90 v. M., in
stiuctlou and benediction of the Blessed
St. Andhi:w'5 Catiiudhai.. First
Congregation. Holy Communion, 0:30
a. m. .Morning prayer with sermon at
!i ::t0 a.m. Proaeher.tho Bishop of Hono
lulu. Evensong with tei mon by the
Jtev. II. H. Gowen at (5 v. m. All seats
Second Congregation. Jlev. George
Wallace, A. M.. pastor. Morning
Prayer, with sermon, at 11:15 a. m.;
evening prayer, with s-erinon, at 7 :."()
p. M. Sunday school meets at Hi A. m.
Seats free at' all services.
A report is current that the Chan
cellor of the Exchequer will ask
Parliament to make a grant of two
li u ml red thousand pounds to the
The Edinburgh Corporation have
unanimously agreed to confer the.
freedom of the city on the Marquis
of Lothian, the Scotch Secretary of
The statue of Sir Bartle Frere.
which is to lie placed upon the Thames
Embankment, will be unveiled by
the I'rinceof Wales about the middle
In Arizona a person who talks
grammatically is said to "sling
United States with neatness and dis
W A. JOHNSTON lias lien
appointed .Supciintendini: Kn.
gimor lor wiuier.) htcamsjiip company
commencing May 10th. 1837.
S IJ. HOrE, Secrutaiy.
Honolulu, May M. Ki t
ON TUESDAyTmAY 17th,
At Vi noon, on the pienns",
Hotel street, wu will sell at publin auc.
tion, the fraino bill iIIiik, kiiown an
The Astor House
Ami tlie Harbci's Shop and
C.irpenter'H Shop adjoining.
JlnililingM to lie ltcinovoil.
E. V. ADAMS & CO.,
iM 'Jt Auctioneers
AIWOUHNKD Mi:ETINO OF
brillsh lesldeuts will bu held on
Monday evening ne.t, Mny lltth, at 8
o'clock, in the (lining room of the ltrli.
ish Club, to lecelvo the report ot tho
Select Coniuiitteu appointed by tlio
Cli'tlrinan un the subject of a suitable
commemoration of tho fiftieth Anniver
sary of ihu neceasion of Her Majesty
Queen Victoria. All Uritish residents
ate hulled to intend
.TAMES II. WODKIIOU8E,
II. It. M.'m Commissioner and Consul
Honolulu, May li, 1887. milt.
Fiftieth Anniversary ol tho Accesolon ot Hor
Majesty Queen Victoria.
IT is proposed to commemorate this
occasion by thu commencement of a
I unci to bu called
"Tlio Victoria Fund,"
to bo invested for thu iuu of the Hrltlbh
Benevolent Society in allording relief
to British residents who may bu In dis
tress. It is aho proposed to eelobrato tho
day by an
Donations for elthr r or both of thu
nhnvu puiposes may bo made at the
lirltish Vieo Consulate, or to Messrs.
Ilishop & Co,, Hankers, or Messrs.
Hpieoluils & Co., Danker.", who havo
kindly consentec to lecoho payments,
or to members of the Coniuiitteu. 3,1 lw
Atlmitiistr .tor'u Sale.
I'y end r of .1.1'. .Miiiilonoi A ml lis.
t'li'ci' in the I niiiu nf liolili h L u vz
lb m is, I vll b .1 .it pub'ie m u I n,
On Tuesday, May 17th,
At 12 ii. nil!, at Kalili1,
Flvo Yoke Working Oxen,
w II l.r ke, mid
1 Bullock Cart, Yokes and Ch inr.
' E .il Umi.
LEWIS J. LKVKY,
IIS -t Ai.it.o.ur
At '0 o'clock n. m.
1 will sell al Public Auction al thu resl.
donee of V II. WOODWOIU II. Kuuanii
Valley, on account of dcpaiiuie, thu
whole of his Household Furniture, u n
Uedrooin Sals, Alallrcsi', Mm
(piilo Nuts, Hook Case. Superior li
V Dining Itnom Furniture, Limps,
Uiockery nnd 01nswaie, li.illi 'l'uli,
etc., etc., also
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
ON THE VALLEY HOAI) SOME,
wliero neai Mr. ,1. S. WnlkeiV
gate, a gold ring three rubles cncliclui
wilh teed pearls, the name Margaret
Whoever will bring the saino to Mr.
Watcrhouso'4 store will lcccive livei.ol.
lars lew aril. 35 lw
rpiIB FOLLOWING CHANGE HAS
X taken place In thu Copartnership
of Y. II. Daniels and Company ef Wal.
luku, Maui: W. II. Cumuiins lia.simr
cbuseil lliu interest of W. 1!. Ivianu in
laid copartnership Hspiopcrty and bus!.
The firm now roiiiNc of W. II. Daniels
and W. 11. Cumminus.
W. II. DANIELS Co.
Honolulu, M ly l!l 18i7. :r !i
npiIU undeisigned having bion tlii -t
X day duly appointed Afsigneo of the
estatu of John M. Kafcna, I ankrujit,
henby notiliew all parlies indebted to
mid uMaiu to make immediate pimnent,
and tho'u having claims against said
estate lo present them without delay al
hia ofllec No. 38 Merchant street. Hono
lulu. OH AS. T. GULICK,
Honolulu, Mny 12. 1887. :.",
BY a n spuit i bio mnn (London Mas.
ter Mariner's Ccriillcatc,) rifloator
on shore. Apply at J, E. Frown & Co'n
lUgistry Olllce. ail!:
Bethel Union Church
MEETING of the Hethcl Union
Church will be held at thu Ly-
On Tuesday, Juno 14th,
At 7.JI0 p. m., to net foimally upon the
propositions torniiilatcd tor the union
of tht- Uether Union and Fori Stieel
Churches Copies of the nboVu propo.
sitious, and fin ins for voting, will be
tent to e.irh member.
Uy oider of the lletlio' Union Church,
S.E. UlbHOP, Cleik.
Honolulu, May I -J, 1HS7. -l 'Jt
The Leading Millinery House
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK!
NOTWITHSTANDING THE UN
fiivorablu wcHlhur wu wuiu oiowd.
ed to sucli an exieni, that wu wcru uii
able to accommodate tho iarjro number
of kind patrons who showed by their
presence their appn elation of nut'pfforls
lofiimih them, ON AN EXTENSIVE
AT LOW PKIOES.
New novel tio-i in Ladles', Mlises' and
Chlldrcn'a Hats this week, by the Austin.
Ha, maiiufnctuicd oxpiessly for our
sale. Several exclusive stjles InLadlcs'
and Misses' TurbaiiH and Carriage Hats.
HIDUON'S In patterns and coloring to
bo found no where else in Honolulu, and
the laigi'Mt assoitiuent of plain and lancy
KlbboiiH, such as may bu found in any
well i emulated ribbon stock, at prices as
low as Ihu lowest.
A. Word on Inexpensive Mllllnei'y.
While wo admit that no goods eomu
lo this countiy for millinery purposes
too lino tor us to buy, at Ihu same time,
wu olaim to carry ihu
Largest Lino and tho Best Assorted Stock
Of general Millinery of all grades in
To thoso who do not havo much tlmo
for shopping; Do not let the Idea ( n
industriously eliculated by interested
panics, who keep nothing but chiap
goods,) inn an ay w ith J our Judgment,
that beoui3u a housu is laigoly patroniz
ed by thosu who glvo a gie.it deal of
attention to their dress, you must litces.
Hiully pay high prices for what iou
want, As a general thing suuh peoplo
havo timo and plenty of It to look
around, and just as anxious to niaku a
dollar go in far as you are, mid laku
ndvantiigo ovory tlmo of the opportunity
to got thu best bargains for tholr inonuy,
Loading Millinery House.
3r LOOK !
TUX, ii. a. 1IA11T,
OP Tl b -
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
II i M'luri el fri m -nil I i tl c unilnt'n,
Scciiri (1 ihc n'i vires 1 n First-Cims li H'ry Ceolt,
h I'll i ii h s h ' IC'iii'," umie t'um vw, to u i.Ke n
Su)iviir quuliiy ol' till kit ls ti' leu Ciotiin, yiiorbelH,
W.iter Ins, it .
Out' Futu'.t ClilliH tti-c (lie I'lldc of Iliilioltilu.
And uobakuuveiy ilt.y Lady Klngers, Macnroons, Drop l'aket, Coco Dips, and
tunny other kinds to numeroiH to mention,
Spoilt'. 1'oiiinl. Fruit niiel Jelly CnkcH hIwhjh on liaud,
or niiide lo older on shoit notice, lu any style.
A line lino of Choice. Candles nlwnys in stock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The publlr i Invited to Inspect our stock and store, uh.cli is now in flno order.
Tho Elite Ico Cream Parlors,
HAIIT & STP.1NEK, Propiletois,
Mutual Tele. 8C8 ISTOpen dnllv until 11 p. in -a Hell Tele. 183.
llcllTel.iMM. Mutual Tel. 10.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Cottages to Lot or Lcasa in delight
ful InuailniiM. within eaiy reacii of ihu
hiisinetji pun of thu cliywlth ucoinmo
datioas soiled to any l'eqnlrcini-nt and
on moM fiiMiiablu terms.
Tlirco Lodging Establishments (or Sale
all iia.yiug handsomely.
The "Old Corner," at Nuimuu and
(Juieu iStieets, for sale onu of the bast
business stands in the city.
Thrco Pieces ot Real Estato lu this dis
trict, outsidu of the city, for sale or
To Lot Two cottat,es pleasanily situated
on thu flank of I'lliehboul Hill, lo.
wards Mnkikl, onu mllo fiom lliu P.
0; dil'ghiful accommodations for
To Let A cottage with Inrgc yard loom
and stable accommodation for a num.
her of horse.
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
Unrivalled Opportunities for prollt
Pull paitlculars given upon' ntiplica.
tion nl Ihc Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Stroet, Honolulu.
Situation Wanted as housekeeper or nurs'j
by a white lady, of experience in both
capacities Would iiejept a position
a a ladies' tiaeling ouinpanion and
i'lMt-chiss Hook-keepers, Carpcntrr',
Steward-, Cooks, Nuives and other
slill(d labor desirlmr imployment.
f fydlTwant a sItuatIon
X adverll-o in ihu Daily Itlll LL'llN.
fULL COUKRE of Thsue Paper
i X. Flowers taught for ?S. Lessons
alven in Ciayon Portraits; and also thu
LU'ldniug Method of Flower and L-ind.
scape Paintlnc. Flover Puinllng, S5;
Landscape, .10, for full couixs.
Oiduu taken forCrajon Portraits and
i. ii Kcapo Paintings.
SOT M) KING STREET, opposite
Kawabih to Church. !14 lm
Having sold my Express Ilusi
nuss and good-will to Mr. M. N.
Handuis.on aerount of Intended
depart u i e f-oin thu Kingdom,
I heieby request all claims
agaluu mu to ba pie.-ented by
ties IS h of Miy, and nil bills
owing mo to be paid by thu 1st
ol June, 1837.
F. II. OED1NG.
For Salo or Lcuhc.
rpiIOBB PHKMISICS SITUATED ON
X. l'uimbou Street cnllcd "Kananilo.
Ida," thu piopeity of C. II Judd, aro for
salo or for lease tor a term of years.
For particulars inqulr.- of
ALEX. J. CAUTWHIGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13, l;fcli. If 03
NIG1J FUHNISHIJD FHONT
loom at No. 4 O'arden'Lane. 104
TIIE HOUSE AT PHESENT
occupied by Mi. Woodworth,
neai the Hist biidnc. Niiunnu
Stieel. Possession can lie obtained after
Ihu 21st Inst. Stable and pasture land
adjoining the house.
AUo, onu (Jot t a uo on Srlio"! Street.
Apply to J. T. WATFJHIOUdK,
2.12 a- Queen Street.
VyrHEHEAS, LEONG CHUN, of
i l Honolulu, has this day inaijo an
assigumiul of nil his piopeiiy to tho
undersigned for tho benefit i f ins credi.
tors: Noticu is hereby given to all par.
ties owing said Leong Chun to niako
immediate) payment: and any person
li'iving claims ngainst Leoug Chun
arc requested to present them at oneo
to tho undeisigned, at tho ollluo of II,
Hnokfeld & Co.
Hono'iiln, Mny 10, 1837. S3 lit
I caittion I'iniso.vs against pur
chasing lands at Pinion fiom Kcni
koniliiit or utlvnneing him monuv on
inoitgngotlieieof, as I who uni' his
lawful wifti dn not consent, wliouo
coiiKont is nccessiuv by law.
Wnilukti, Maui, Apiil IJO, 1887.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
10 colunis, $2 per lumum,
LOOK 1 "8
Hell Tel. 112.
Mutual Tel. 372.
O. llox S107.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Seal Estate Apnts, Etc.,
Oiler the following:
To Lei. Shop In new bilck building on
King street, near Nuuunu, i.o.t to
Chlnc-u Nes Co.'s olllccs. Kent very
Rooms lo Rcnl Furnished -in the lest
To Let. A fi.ioomcd Cottnge, with Car.
ii igo Housu and Out boost-, Nuuunu
Avenue, nu.ir Uoveminant reservoir,
abovu lito Qupcii Dowager Emma's
place, with idiout '2 acres of anil 2)4
milui from t'nvn. Kent $lGpcriuuuik.
foLct. A n.roomcd Cotlace, with kitchen
attached; upper enu of Ntiuanu
Aeiue, oppo-ite "Valley Iloinu," In
eellcnt older. Path anil water con
eni nces. Kent Sftf.
To Let. a pleasantly si uated residence,
comprising two collages, outhouses,
etc., on Pa una road, near Punchbowl
stictt. H-nt very low to meet tho
House and Lot lor Sale Very desirable
icsidenco on Ueietnnia Street. The
liou-o cont'iins 4 Uediooms, Parlor,
Hluiiig.room, Pantry, Kitchen and
11a lnooin, Mo-qulto jnool. lleuso
new ii'id well built. .
Lot 1(10 by 150 feet wilh Privilege f
buying next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Salo or Lcaso -With Immediate pos.
session, that valuable, estate known as
the NUUANU VALLEY HaNCH,
slluatid In the Xiiuanu Valley. 1i
miles from thu city, and undoubtedly
tho mot eligible site for a milk or
milk and buttei dairy in this Kingdom.
'I ha above splendid property may be
bill nu easy terms.
For Salo A sp'cudid property of over 5
acres of laud oil Lililin Street; un.
rivalled m a situ tor a gentleman's
lesldenro. An early application nee
essorv to purcha'c in a single lot. For
paiticulais apply to .1. E. Urown JL- Co.
Siluations wanted by
And other clauses of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kopt & written up,
28 Merchant Street. 01
Boots i Shoes
Dry Goods !
FOR SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
NEW CAIID SYSTEM !
HAMNG returned from iho Coast,
I nm prepared to give lemon in
Plionography (shoiihand) by tho abovu
named system, lo a limited number of
ladles and gentlemen. In onlor that a
full course in ly bo given before my
return to tho Ctiut, applications
should be nindo on or before Monday,
May Kith, C5 lessons, full courre, f15;
2fi lessons, y, courfo, $20. For further
information call W tho oflleo of N. F.
Hurgcss, 84 King street, or address P,
O. Hox T,1, Honolulu P. 0.
:3 iw n. v. nuHGESs.
MRS. RODANET, iho well-known
iliu-iuiiikcr, loeently returned
from Paris, has her dress.inaking rooms
still on Emma street, above the siiuaic.
ONE GOOD SOUND
family Maroi perfectly
safe to drive by ladles
o, c Ildren. Apply to
At No, 70 Queen St.
iAlliMi M MM
Mill SAIV FltAXCISCO,
The row and fli o Al teel stout s'i'p'
O' tiiel'e at IcMimi lilfCi niiir w 1
i u ili.e in I " ii ' It li. in ."Mil e,,
i n i At c 1 nil i 'i t il o .1
June 3rd, 1887,
And will I ave Toi lb alovepoit with
un i s a d 1'ii-Miigci un ir ui i.iit that
lor Height or pnssaeo, having SU.
1'EKlOll ACCOMM(;UATIONS, apply
WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and lli.e Al steel steamship
Of tlie Oceanic Htenmdilp Company, will
bu due nt Honolulu from Sm
Francisco uu or about
June 10th, 1887,
And will havo prompt dbpatdi with
mulls and niuBcnguts fer the above port'.
For Ircight or passnga, having bU.
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
At the lowest figure, of tho finest qua'
Warrautid genuine, made of llie pure
juice only and guaranted to stand
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate in quality for any
number of ycais. Largo quantities ex.
ported eveiy year, by somu ot the larg.
est connneielal firms of this city, to dif
ferent parts of tho United Suites and
iho German Empire.
MANUI'ACTUllEU AT TIIK
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
X:ntnlllMlica 1)1 ISOII.
Practical Confectioner, Prstry Cook
Hotel, Let. Xutinnu and Fort His.
Both Telephones No. 74. 01
Having seemed the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
Ho will in future attend to the wants of
my pations iu the Billiard Room.
O. J. McCARTHYT
Carriages at all hours, day and night.
Saddle Horf es, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Village Carts witn stylish and gentle
horses to let.
A few Horse?, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Rng up Telephone 33, or apply ti
MILES St IIAYIifSY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Xuuniiii & Hotel Htreelu.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Carriage Conrpnny has been re
cently organised, and guarantees to
turnl-h good conveyance-?, trustworthy
drivers, and will make no extortionate
All calU will be promptly attended to
Cottngo to Bout
AND FURNITUHE FOR SALE,
Low rent j furnitiiro at a bargain.
For particulars rnqulro ( f Jno. Mngoon,
Agent, Merchant' street. 27 tf
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHGK I O l cor. or Pent-ncnla
and Lunalilo Ms, which cau bo
fli viilt ct into tyo or more building ioU,
Knquiio of O. WEST,
Kill Of West, Dow & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN J
THE undersigned have Blxly 'l'hous,
and Dollars lo loan, In sums of not
less than ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, TUUItKTON & KINNEY,
1511 Jtf GO Fort Street, Honolulu,
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