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BSilOAV& Co,, BAINiiiilly
Honolulu, llawMlan Island.
Draw Exchange on tlm
Bank ol Crxlilbr ula. S. i".
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG XCNO.
Meisrs. N. M. Rothschild A Soi., Lomlnr
The Commercial Hank Co., t' hydney
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Hank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchutch, and Wellington,
Tho Hank of HritUli Colura bi, Vic
totia, B. 0., nud Portland, Or.
Transact a General Bauklng!iHuslnc9s,
Published about tho End and Middle
of each Month.
Contains 40 Columns of Interesting
News Eclating to the Var
There is no better publication for
sending to friends Abroad, nnr H there
nny better medium for advertising any
special line of business that may dipend,
in part, for Its support, upon foreign pa
tronage. These Summaries go to all
parts of the English-speaking world,
and the demand for them is constantly
Subscription, Including Postage to Foreign
Countries, $2.50 per Year.
On and ait'tciftliis day,
Mr. Sam McKeague
"NV ill have charge of tho delivery of the
Hullv.tin Ofi'ici:, May 2, 1897.
Fledged to neither Sect not Party.
Eat established tor the bencfiticf all.
MONDAY. MAY 1G. 1887.
Shortly after tbo purchase of the
Explorer, now better known as the
Kaimiloa, in a calm review of the
transaction, pointing out its school
boy peculiarities, wc asserted that
not less than two months would be
required to get the vessel ready for
sea, and that the total co3t, includ
ing th'e S20.000 purchase money,
would probably reach the consider
able sum of $40,000. AVc were
warmly accused at the time, by
interested parties, of having made
an exaggerated statement, and ask
ed to make a correction. This re
quest was declined on the ground that
it bad not been shown that we were
wrong ; but with the assurance that
as soon as it was made evident that
our statements were inaccurate, wc
should at once make a full and un
The matter has been kept steadily
in mind, and the opportunity for re
traction patiently awaited. The vessel
is now completed and ready for sea,
and still the opportunity to inform
our readers that our estimate of
time and cost was extreme, has not
vet arrived, and never will. Rut
the opportunity has comu, to say
that both the statements referred to,
fell considerably short of tbo truth
instead of going beyond it. Tho
time specified two months has
been exceeded by a month and a
half. Precisely how much our esti
mate of cost 810,000 has been
exceeded, wc arc not informed; but
the excess certainly amounts to
many thousands of dollars pro
bably, everything included, fully as
much again us our estimate.
About the only palliating feature
that has been, or can be, mentioned
in connection with the whole busi
ness, is the fact that the money lias
been expended, or tbo liabilities in
curred, at home. Rut this is very
poor satisfaction to tho people who
contribute the funds. Tho same
amount of money laid out on the
wharves, roads, or harlior would
have been spent at homo, with a sat
isfactory equivalent in the form of
beneficial improvements, to show for
the disbursement. What have we
in the Kaimiloa? A vessel that is
admittedly strong and staunch,
whose steaming capacity in a smooth
sea, as shown on her trial trip, is
fivo and n half knols per hour ; a
u toy that can, tinder any circum
stances, be of but little service to
tbo nation, and none whatever to
fully compensate for the heavy cost ;
tho realization of a weak and dis
ordered brain, which has produced
deep mutterings of dissent and dis
content among the people, and
which may ultimately load to othor
and graver troubles. Rather an un
aatlsfactory offsoc to tbo money
having been expended at homo.
THE DETAINEDPAMSi LETS.
In the matter of the pamphlets
detained by the Customs Authotl
ties on Saturday last, the following
complaint was laid before the Chiet
Justice by Mr. W. R. Castle, Attor
ney for Mr. A. T. Atkinson : A.
T. Atkinson vs. A. S. Clcghorn,
Collcclor-Ge'tiorul of Customs, Re
plevin. To the lion. A. K. Jitdd, Chief
Justice of the Supreme Court. The
umlpriigucd complains of the lion.
A. S. Clcghorn, Collector-General
of Customs, that be has unjustly
and contrary to law and the rights
of the plaintiff taken into bis pos
session and converted to bis use the
following property to wit: Parcel
said to contain eleven printed pam
phlets received on the steamer Ma
riposa from .San 1'rancisco sent to
the order of plaintiff, belonging to
him and valued at 82f)0, which said
defendant nlthougb requested, re-
fuses to deliver to
And said plninttff
that said goods arc bold at the Cus
tom House in Honolulu but arc not
held for any duty, fee, or other
charge on the same, and plaintiff
further alleges that said goods were
imported by him for sale and that
by such detention and conduct of
tho defendant is prevented from
selling the same and is hereby dam
aged to the extent of SoOO.
Wherefore plaintiff asks tho pro
cess of this Court to cite the said
defendant to appear and answer this
complaint before a jury of the coun
try, at the next July term of the
Court unless sooner disposed of by
judicial authority and that plaintiff
uiay haTc restitution of said por
pcrty with damages for its deten
tion. This morning Mr. Castle received
from the Marshal a document of
which the following is a copy:
Honolulu, May Kith.
Messrs. Dole and Castle, Attor
neys for Mr. A. T. Atkinson, .Sir:
1 beg to inform you that I am ready
to deliver to Mr. Atkinson the box
of pamphlets detained by me in the
suit of A. T. Atkinson vs. A. S.
Clcghorn, Collector-General of Cus
toms. I have the honor to bo Sir, Your
John Lota Kauhjkou,
The Mini-tor in the Japanese For
eign Department receives 1,000,
while thu Vice-Minister lias .eSlill,
and the maximum for a director of
bureau is -CoOO. The Ministers at
London, Paris, Vienna, St. Peters
burg, and Washington receive ,!,
U.'O per annum ; at Berlin and Koine,
X2,::t)0, and at. tbo Hague X2,lo(.
Tin-so salancs include a wife s allow
unco of .CSOO a year. Councillois of
Legation in London, St. 1'etcisburg,
I'm is, and at Washington get 1,050
per annum, including wife's allow
ance of 250 a year. In Reiiiii,
Rome, Vienna, ami at tbo Hague
they get 1,010 per annum, including
wife's allowance of from 2130 to
250 a year. In Europe and America
secretaries get from 510 to 'J50
per annum, attachees 500 a year
and less, and olianeollois '120 and
Icnj. (Joining to tbo Consular sei
vico, tho salaries are: London, Con
sul, '.)5(); Lyons, Consul, 850;
Now York, Consul-Ooneral, 1,000;
San Francisco, Consul, 850; Hono
lulu, Consul-Gcnoral, 1,000. A ma
jor and a captain in tho War Depart
ment receive 000 and 801 per
milium respectively, while natives of
tbo mine rank on thu stall' mo paid
li)2 and 110. Tho only general of
the Japancso Army with l,000 a
year is tbo One olliccr who exceeds
in bis pay that of the foreigner. In
th(! Navy Department tbo Admiral
receives l,!l!i!l, and tbo Minister of
Marino l,000, but a French naval,
constructor draws '.lfiil a year.
Thoro arc fifteen Riitish ofllciala in
the. Navy Department icceiving horn
210 to 708 per annum. The
pcaco establishment of tbo Japanese
Army ia about 00,000, and tbo Navy
8151. English papers.
An old soldier lay dying in a little
town in Pennsylvania one day last
week. "Is there anything on your
mind that troubles you?" asked the
tho pastor as an expression of grave
concern passed over the veteran's
face. "Yes," said tbo dying man,
"there is. I have not made ono of
my opportunities. I was in the
war about four years, in many bat
tles, and thought I tried to do my
duty. Hut I never picked up a
lighted shell, with its burning fuse
sputtering closo to tbo shell, and
threw it over the parapot of the
fort. I have been a regular atten
dant upon army reunions, and I
have read tho newspapers since tho
nr, and ibid that I am tho only
man in the Union Army who has not
performed that feat, although 1 had
plenty of opportunities. My life
has been wasted." "Hut why,"
asked tho pastor kindly, "did you
not do it when you bad.tho oppoi
tuuity'f" "JJecausc," said tho gal
lant soldier, "I wanted to save the
shell. I always knelt down and
pulled tho fuse out with my teeth!"
Amid then tho noblo lifo went out
with a miari like a friction primer.
JU11..1 UIU.I J-UJUf.!l
Twenty-nine foreigners own
20,C 17,000 acres of land in America
an nrea larger than that of Ireland.
TT A X,ADY, AB IlOPSEKEE' EU
xj ornuic in n privato imillT
sew In r, etc
tot i a ttjula i)
.1. K HK WN
A.VEEJ7VO OF THE HONOLUIU
Yuiiit mid limit Chili win lm ml I
Ht their boat lions.; on EDN1SD Y,
M y S, 1K&7, ni .ip in. A. fill ntlitiu
nee 1st n.q icttc.l.
F. I. FP ALBINO.
:t7 2t S'niuii.ry II. Y. &H O.
NOTICIS IS IIRHRUY (JIVKNTIIAT
Fred Solioltz, nf Wnllul.il, Muni,
bin snd all rluli1, title mid iut'ie-t In
lh blacUmlifi sbop, idtnatcel on the
ilfchijsldo of Kiihulul rend, In tli" ald
dlstiici of Wnlluku, to ihe undersigned,
who will carry on the business In I'nlure.
I luivu alo appointed Mr. Chns. II.
Couketl, ii4 tnanager of tbo said shop,
I lot public are Invltrd to given call,
and till blncksuiithlng work will be ex
ecuted with despatch.
!S7 lui JOHN V. 1CALUA.
TITBin: WILL 1JK AN
informal meeting of all resi.
dent Mii'Oiis of Honolulu at
"&RS Hawaiian l.oilirc. No. SI. F.
& .. M., on 'IUESDAY HVENINO,
Slay l Till, at 7:!i0 p. in., for thu purpose
of devising wujs and means lor emier.
taming the Croud Muster nf Gillforuia
unit otner Masons ol the Almonte Excur
sion to nirivo by S. S. Australia on .lime
l'er order of tho Worldpf'il Master.
1121 T.C.I' heci clary.
IliUDQUAiiri ni Honolulu Hii'lus,
Uomh.ui.u, May 10, 18s7. )
Ratlulwii Order, No. -i.
Every member of thh crimnand Is
hereby ordired to report at the Aruioty
ai 7::i0 p. in. sliatp this evening In la.
II. F. IIEHIiAKi),
Gi:o.McLi:on, Captain Commanding.
First Lieut, and Adjutant. !I7 11
rpo THE G'ltEIUTOllS OF THE
X Estate of .1. LYONS, a bankrupt,
The undersigned assignee nf the Es.
late of .1. Lyons, a bankrupt, has preiur.
atory to hW llnul account and and divl.
derd, suhmltlsd his accounts lis Mich
assignee and llled the mine before Hon.
E. IVeslon, Justice of tho .Supremo
Court, at his Chambers, to whom he will
apply ai 10 o'clock, a. m., on MONDAY,
the UlJid diiy of May instant, for a settle,
nient of said accounts, and for a ills
ehaigo fiom all liability as such n.
signto and for an older to make a tlunl
And that any person interested nny
then and there appear and contest the
tame. W. C PARKE,
Aslgnco of tlic Estate of J Lyons.
Houoliilu, May HI, 1887. a; r,t
Family & Plantation Use!
FOH SALE BY
E. Hackfeld & Co.
A. JOHNSTON lias b-en
iiiniduted Huieiluti'ndinr Kn-
:iuicr for Wilder'. Ste.imliii Company
commencing May 10th. 18S7.
S. IJ. HOSt:, Secretary.
Honolulu, May II. Hi at
ON TUESDAY, MAY 17th,
At 12 noon, on tliopicnnscs,
Hotel street, wc will sell at public auc.
tlon, the frame bill ding, kuown as
The Astor House
And tho Uarbci's Shop and
Carpenter's Hhop adjoining.
JluihlliiK to be Itctnovitci.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
2U at Auctioneers
A N ADJOURNED MLKTING OF
. brltish ro-idents will be held on
Mondsy eveninjr next, M ly lib, at 8
o'clock, In the liiulna rnrin'of ibo IMi.
Ish Club, to receive tlm report of the
Select Comiuitteu appointed by tho
Chili limn on the subject of a suitable
cmnniomoiatlon of tho llltieth Annlver.
sary of thu ncccesion of Her Majesty
Queen Victoria. All liiitihh icsliients
mo iniled to attend
JAM1M 11. WODEllOUHK,
II. II. M.'s Commissioner and Consul
Honolulu, May 12, 1887. Ill lit.
Fiftieth Anniversary ol tho Acccsclon ol Her
Majcsly Queen Victoria.
IT Is proposed to commemorato this
occasion by the comiuencemeiit of a
lund to bu called
"The Victoria Fjiihz,"
to lie Invested for the use of the IJrlllsh
Ilenevolent tioelety in nllordiug lelhf
to British residents ho may be ia dis
tress. It ia aho pioposcd to celebrate tho
day by an
Donations for cither or both of the
above put pose may bo made at the
British Yicc.Consulato, or to Messrs.
llishon & Co., Hankers, or Messrs,
Hprculiols & Co., Hniikurs, who have
kindly consented to receive payments,
or to members of the Committee, US lw
liy ot&'.r of J. 1'. Mendonca, AdminlJ.
trnlor of the Estate of Domingo Lopez
Humos, I v, ill Bell at public uuoilon,
On Tuesday, May 17 th,
At 13 noon, at Kallhl,
Fivo Yoke Working Oxoti,
well broke, mid
1 Bollock Cart, Yokes and Chains.
IE MS CASH.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
33 8t Auctioneer.
At to o'clock n. m.
I will sell ntrubllr. Auction ut. tho rcsl.
denee of E. II. WOODWOKTII, Nimanii
Valley, on account of dcpnittire, tho
whole of Ills Household Furniture, o-m-tUtlng
Bedroom Sets, Maltrejsc, Mo
ipillo Nets, Uook C.ise. Superior 15
W Dining lioum Furniture, Juiiw,
('rockery and Glnswnre, Until Tub,
etc., etc., also
RANGE &. KITCHEN UTENSILS.
N TIID VALLKY HOAD SOME,
where near .Mr. J. S. Wallioi's
gate, n gold ring three rubles enelichd
with seed pcaiis, thu name Marg.int
Whoever will brliijr the same to Mr.
Wntcrhouso's store will receive live col.
THE FOLLOWING CHANGE HAS
taken place In the Copartnership
of VT. II. Daniels and Company cf Will,
luku, Maul1: W- II. Cummiiigs has pur.
cha-ed tbo Interest of W. It. Kimiu in
laid copartnership its piopeity and busl.
The (Inn nnwioiuNtiof W. H. Daniels
and W. H. Cuiiunings.
W. H. DANIELS & Co.
Honolulu, May Hi 18i7. ill Sw
rpiIH undersigned having been thh
JL day duly appointed Atsignce of tliu
estate uf J dm .M. Knpcua, taokrupt,
hereby notliies nil parties indebted to
Mild e ta'u t" nuke immediate imminent,
and tbo e litiving cldms against mid
otnte lo pns"iit tlicm without delay at
his dlllee No. i!S Mdicbant street. Hono
lulu. OH A3. T. liULICK,
Honolulu, May It!. IfiS. :t3
BY a rtspertiblo man (London Mns.
tcr Mariner's Certificate,) alloator
on shore. Apply at J. E. Urown it Co'
ltijistry OHlcc. 3 lilt
Bethel Union Church
A MEETING of the llethel Union
Cliurth will be held at the Ly
ceum, On Tuesday, Juno 14th,
At'tfiiW p. ni,, to act foimally upon the
propoaltious I'oriuulated lor thu union
of the llellul Onion nud Fort Stieet
Churches Copies of the nliovc propo.
sitlons, and forms for voting, will l.e
tent lo each member.
Ily oidur of tlm ltetlict Union Church,
S. E. 1)1131101', Clerk.
Honolulu, May 12, 18S7. :M2t
The Leading Millinery House
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
DAY THIS WEEK!
OTWlTHbTANDING THK UN-
favor.iblu wi"itlier weweie oiowd.
t-d to sueh an o.vieui, that wo were nil
able to ac'ommodtito tho largo number
of kind pillions who showed by their
presence their appieciation of mir cll'orts
tofumMi them, ON AN EXTENSIVE
AT LOW l'lHCES.
New novcltie In Ladles', Mlisus' and
Cldldnu's Hals ibis week by thu Austin.
I la. mnmifactiiKd expicssly for our
sales. .Several exclusive styles iiilulbs'
nud Missus' Turbans and Cnrrhiu Hals.
HIUUONS In patterns and coloring to
lie found no where else in Honolulu, and
tho largest asoitment of plain ami lancv
Itlbbons, such as may be found In any
well ie;.'iilalid ribbon stool;, at prices us
low as tholowust,
.A. Wortl on InexpeiiMivo .llllliiiery.
Wlillo va admit that no goods come
to tliis couniiy for milliiiuiy purposes
too I) net for Uh to buy, at thu Mime time
we cla'ni to entry the
t.nrijcst Lino and tho Best Assorted Stock
Of general Millinery of till grndeo iu
To those who do not have much time
for thopplng: Do not let tho idea (so
industriously circulated by interested
pintles, who keep nothing but cheap
goods,) run nwny with your Judgment,
that luuiusu a hoiiso is hugely patroniz
ed by iho-u who glvo a gre.it deal of
attention lo their dress, you mutt luces,
sarlly pay high prices for what you
want. As" a general thing such people
havu tlmo and plenty of it to look
around, and just as anxious to make a
dollar go ai far as you are, and lake
advantage every time of tho opportunity
to get tho best bargains for their nioiioy.
CHAS. J. FBSHEL,
Loading Millinery House.
ivxsa. ijl. jr. m.a.X8.t,
Elite See Cream Parlors,
Has returned from Sau Fran I c, nn 1 having
Sccim d. tho services 1 u Firnt-OIufes Pttalry Cook,
v.hlch eiiub'is the Elite," more than ever, to make a
Superior quality of nil kinds of Ico Creimi, Sherbelo,
Water lets, it;-.
One I'unc.v 4,'nttcH nrc flic I'i'lilo of Ilonoliilii,
And vebakceveiy day Lady Fingers, Macaroons, Drop Cakes, Coco Dips, and
many other kinds too numerous to mention.
Mihhicc E'ound. I'm it and Jelly C'nkt'H nhviijH on liiunl,
or niiido to order on short notice, in nuy style.
A tine line of Choice Candles always In stock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The public h linlted to Inspect our stock and ftore, whTch Is now in line older.
Tho Elito Ico Cream Parlors,
UAltT & STEINEK, Proprietors,
Mutual Tele. 8CS JS'Opcn daily until 11 p. m.-a Hell Tele. 182.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnbhod.
Nino Collages to Let or Lease in delight
ful locations within ciuy reach of the
business part of tins city, with itrcmimo.
datious suited to nny requirement and
on limit favorable terms.
Threo Lodging Ectabllslimcnts (or Salo
all paying handsomely.
Tho "Old Cornor," at Nimanii and
Qikcii Hticcl", for sale one of the best
business stands in the ell).
Three Pieces ol Real Estate In this dis
trict, outside of the city, for salu or
To Let Two cottages plcaantly situated
nn the llank cf I'licclibowl Hill, to.
wards Mitldki, onu mile from the 1'.
O ; drllglufol accommoUatlous for
To Lot A cottage with large yard room
and stable lurummodatinn 'for a num
ber of horses.
For Salo or Lcasa. Lot It'll ft. by U)r, ft.
Eiisterly corner of Foil ami .School
streets. "Water hid on. Title perfect.
One of tholhicst bcildlng sites iu the
Lcaso ot Fish Pond lor Sals. A rare op
portunity is now oll'ered to secure a
long lease of one of thu most profita
ble llsh ponds iu lids dislilet A large
outlay has lately been made for lm-
piovenieiit", and the pioperty is in fine j
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
Unrivalled Opportunities for prollt
Full particulars given upon applica
tion at liiu Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Situation Wanted as housekeeper or nurse
by a whi to lndy, of experience in both
capacities. Would accept a position
iw a ladies' traveling eompiuion and
First-class Dook-kcepeis, Carpenters,
Stewards Cooks, Nurses and other
skilled labor desiring employment.
I F YOlT WANT TTsffUAT ION
X ailverthu In Ibo Daily Hui.i.i.iin.
Having sold my Express Bust
nuss and good-will to Mr. M. N.
Sanders, on account of intended
departuic lrom the Kingdom,
I hereby request all claims
against mo to be presented by
thu loth of May, and nil bills
owing mo to be paid by the 1st
nf June, 1837.
i!B2w F. 11. OEDINO.
For Salo or Lease.
WHOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
X I'unahou Street called "Kanaullo
hla," the propcity of C. II. Judd, aro for
bale or for lease tor a term of ycais.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. .1. CARTWHIGIIT.
Honolulu, Dec. 1!!, 1S80. U08
NICE FURNISHED FRONT
room at No. 4 Garden Lane. 04
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT
ttSiifV! occupied by .Mr. Wocdworth,
E-.ii2irfJ near tho (list bridge. Nuuariii
Street. Possession can bo obtained after
ihu'Jlst Inst. Stable and pasture land
adjoining tbo house.
Alo, onu Cottntie on Srho'd Street.
Apply to .1. T. WATERHOUSK,
SliSrtr Queen Stvcot.
WHEREAS, LEONO CHUN, of
Honolulu, has this day made an
atsigntmnt of all his pioperty to the
undersigned for tliu bjusllt 1 f his credi
tors: Notice Is hereby given to nil par.
ties owing said Leone; Chun toinako
Immediate payment: uud any pcrbon
having claims neainst Lcong Chun
aro requested to present them at onco
to the undersigneel, at the olllee of 11.
Hackfeld & Co.
Honolulu, May 10, 1837. U2 Ht
1 oAKTiu.v I'KiiBo.vrf against pur
chasiiig IiuiiIh at Pauoa from Koni
kcniliia or advancing him money em
mortgage thereof, as 1 who am his
lawful wifo do not consent, whoso
consent is necessary by low.
Wniluku, Maui, Apiil .10. 1887.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 coIuuib. $3 per annum.
Mutual Tel. 372.
, O. Box M)7.
WN & GO..
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Seal Estate Aleuts, Etc.,
Oder the following:
To Lot. Shop in new brick building on
King street, near Nuuanu, i,eit lo
CliiiicfuNcttBCo.'solllccs. Rent ery
Rooms lo Ronl ForniJlied in the best
To Lot. A fi.rooincd Cottage, with Car.
ri ago House and Outhousu-, Nuimmi
Avenue, near Onveinment reservoir,
uliovo lite Queen Dowager Emma's
il.icc, with about 2 acres of laud. 2)4
milci from town. Rent $l(i per mouth.
To Let. AC-roomed Cottage, with kitchen
attiicheel ; upper end of Nuuanu
Aveuuu, oppovlto " Valley Home," in
excellent older. Path and water con
Mnhnccs. Kent Sir1.
j To Let. a pleasantly tl'uatcd reddenee,
comprising two collagen, eiumoubCi,
etc., on i'.iuoa roaei, near 1'uncuuowl
stieil. llent very low to meet the
House and Lot lor Salo. Very desirable
icsidcuce on Heietaiiia Street. Tlie
hoii-c contains 4 lkdroonn, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Bathroom. Mosquito piool'. IIcuso
new and well built.
Lot Kill by ir,0 feet with privilege cf
buying next lot. JIW be sold cheap.
For Salo or Lcaso -Willi Immediate pos
session, that valuable estate known as
tho NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
situated in tho Nuuami Valley. 1
miles from tho city, and undoubtedly
the mo-it eligible site for a milk or
milk and butter dairy in this Kingdom.
Tho nbovu splendid properly may be
had on easy terms.
For Salo A splendid property of over 5
acies of land oil Llliha Street; 1111.
il vailed as a site for a gentleman's
residence. An early application nec
essary to purchase in a single lot. For
particulars apply to.J.E. Brown & Co.
Situations wanted by
And other clas-.es of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
Dry Goods !
FOR BALE BY
U. Hackfeld & Co.
CARD &YSTEM !
returned from tho I Coast.
J-JL i am nrenircd lo ulvo b-sin In
Phonography (slioithuud) by tbo ubovc
named system, to a limited' number of
htdleii nnd gentlemen. In onler that a
full eotiiho nny be given Imfoiii my
r. tu 11 to the Coau, iippllci.tlon
fliuiilil bo made 011 or before Monday,
MaylCth. 5.") lessons, full rnurre, 33;
23 lotsons, JiJ'criiuso, 20. For fuither
Information cnll at the ollleo of N. F.
iiiirgces, ai h.lng street, or address P.
O. Hox 1177, Honolulu P. O
32 lw 11. v. 1
"RS. RODANET, iho well-known
1TX iliCfsmakcr, tcoeiilly icttirued
irom Paris, liiu her ilrcss-iuaMng moms
still on Emma stieet, above tho beniaro.
FOlt SALE, ""
. p ONE OOOU SOUND
WR. LU iiiniily fllarci perlsctly
VVIii-V safe to ilrlvn 1i. u.tiJL
l?if--Il or clilidrcn. Anolr to
At No. 70 Queen Bt.
Hell Tel. T.2.
loots i Shoes
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FOR 8A7 FltAKCJtiCO,
The new and flr.u AI itrcl ste'inilt'p
Of tliet'caiilcSliiiiii hlpCi inpiny. w 1
lediiuiii I fii'olt. u I ro 111 y ii ay
tn.l Ai.c 1 ud i,'i t ul out
June 3rd, 1887,
And will leave foi th-ulnvc poil lib
nn. lis a, id pusstitgeis on tr ui.uut that
hor ttclglil or pns'ajre, Imving BU.
EltlOU ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., AB(!tB.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and tiro AI steel steamship
Of the Oceanic 8tfamhlpCompiny, will
be duo at Honolulu fiom S-in
Francisco on or about
June 10th, 1887,
And will have prompt ellipateh with
nudls and tmsscugcis l(r the above port'.
For Ireight or passage, having btj
PEHIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
At the lowest figure, of tho finest epm'
Warranted genuine, mnde of tho pnro
juice only and guarantee! to ttand
Will not detciinrate in quality for nny
number of years. Large eptanllties ex
ported ceiy year, by Bonie ot the htrg.
est coinmeicbil llrms of this city, to dif
ferent putts of tbo United States ami
the German Empire.
MANUFACTUllKD AT THE
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
X:itn1llHlica In. 18u.
Practical Confectioner, Psstry Cook
Hotel, bet. Xnunnu and Fart Htn.
Both Telephones No. 7L 01
Having seemed the Ecrviccs of
Mr. Henry Saylor
Ho will in future attend to tliu wants of
my patrons in the Billiard Room.
o. j. McCarthy.
Carriages at all hours, day and nlpht.
Paddle Horse, Buggies, Wugonettes and
Village Carts wltn stylish and gentlo
horses to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Becond'
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply to
MILKS & HAYJLEY.
CITY CARRIAGE GO.
Corner orSTuuuiiu A, Hotel Htt'celu.
RING. UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Carrlngo Company has been re
cently organized, and guarantees to
furnl'li good conveyances, trm-twertby
elrlvus, und will mako no extortionate
All uiilU will bo ptomptly attended to
Cottage to llont
AND FUHNITUHE FOB SALE.
XX Low mm; furniture at a bargain,
tor particulars enquire ef Jno. Magoon,
Agent, Merchant street. 27 tf
FOR SALE !
ONE LAIJOE 1.0 P. con or Ponsacola
and I.uiinlllo ets, wblcircau bo
illvliliii into two or moro building lots.
Lmiiiioof Q. WEST,
v,rii Of AV'est, Dow & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN!
THE underslgutd liavo Sixty 'Thous.
and Dollars to loan, In sums of not
less than ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, THUHb'TON & KINNEY,
lcn-'i 00 Port Street, Honolulu.
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