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Bulletin Office, May 2, 1S87.
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TUESDAY, MAY 17. 1887.
THE FIRST DUTY OF GOVERNMENT.
In a new country, at peace with
the world and its own people, one of
the most important services and one
of the very first duties of govern
ment is to provide the people with
roads. The warfare of a eountrj' of
this kind is directed against the
natural obstacles to occupancy, set
tlement, and development. A wise
government, qualified for its respon
sibilities, will concentrate the bulk
of its forces upon this object. Prob
ably the best examples that can be
cited arc to be found in Australia.
Fortunately, the leading colonies on
that continent have had their pub
lic affairs managed by men who
havo fully appreciated the import
ance of giving public thoroughfares
the first claim on the public icvcnue.
Lands were sold, and the proceeds
thereof devoted to making roads to
and through those fluids. When
' the revenue iVom this and other
sources was not sufllcicnt, the pub
lic credit was resorted to and money
borrowed for the purpose. The
consequeucc is, that to-day those
colonies, and notably tho one known
as South Australia, stand in the
very front rank of the world for
excellence of roads. There is not a
community, no matter how small or
how far removed from centres of
population, in the colony just men
tioned, that cannot bo reached by
a good road at any season of the
year and in the worst of weather.
The interior is accessible for hun
dreds of miles in all directions, over
rolling plains and through the
roughest of mountain regions, by
roads that in any part might be
used as a skittle alley. Whatever
else was neglected, the roads were
looked after. The road appropria
tion always took precedence of
everything. They w ere not nillieted
with an army and navy mania. If
any member or minister had daied
intimate anything of the kind, ho
would have had his life politically
squeezed out of him in a day by
his constituency. Other public
works of less importance to the
general public have not been
omitted, but thoy take a sucondury
aud not a ptiinary place in the Ap
propriation 13111, Our Government
is conducted on the reverse principle
everything before roads, and
roads tho last of all. Tho country
is new and mostly unpeopled. It is
at peace with the world and with
itself, although at variance with its
Government, becauso tho Govern
ment is at variance with the best
Interests of tho country. Tho Gov
ernment squanders the revenue of
the country on a useless army of
inn n ii ii iiiiwinr n i i ;
many oflieero and for privates, r
vrorthlcsB nary that has become a
butt of ridicula for every schoolboy
In the capital city, n mission to
Samoa that in as much of a bubble
as soap and water blown from u
pipe, and various other little tan dry
small-fry arrnngeuienU beneath the
wind of a statesman. Any small
balance of tush that may be left
over, is expended on the public
higliunys. Tho natural conse
quence is, of course, that ulmt we.
call our roads are in a miserable
condition. In dry weather we nutti
ng e to roclc over them in some
fashion, but after u few houis oi
rain some of them become absolutely
impassable. The apologists of the
Government, which lire extremely
few and growing less every day,
are disposed to censure the rain, for
they cannot deny tho existence of
the condition complained of. Hut
if the Government had done its
duty, the roads would bo prepared
for the tain, and be at least passable,
rain or no rain. AVc have been in
duced to come back to this tliread-
bate subject once more, on account
of a communication in another
column. The complaint of our cor
respondent is one that might, with
truth and reason, be entered from
nine-tenths of the thoroughfares in
and around the city. Were tho
country ho poor and its revenue so
small that the Government could
not afford to make roads, we should
be silent and cheerfully put up with
the inconvenience and discomfott;
but when we see a revenue ample
for all necessary purpose waited on
folly and bunkum, and the interests
of tho people ignored, it is time to
be dissatisfied and complain. Why
on earth the taxpayers endure it,
has been and is a wonder to ns. If
they had any bone to their backs
they would not.
We had intended our reference to
the Kaimiloa ycsteulay as u farewell
to the little craft, fully expecting 1
that bhc would have started on her
wild goose chase at nine o'clock this
morning, and fully intending to say
no more about her, except a brief
record of her departure in to-day's
paper, until we were called upon to
chronicle her exploits down South.
We had contemplated that in course
of time we should, receive intelli
gence of her having gone on a coral
reef, or of her being sent back home
with a flea in her ear, or of her
being taken possession of by a Ger
man man-of-war, or of her olllcers
and crew getting ashore down there,
with a full cargo of gin aboard of
themselves, and kicking up such a
shindy that our hamoaii ally would
be under the painful necessity of
"laying them out." These are con
tingencies for which we were pie
pared; and had decided in the
meantime to give special attention
to some other Government follies,
But it now appears that we had
looked too far in the future. We
were not expecting the racket to
begin right here, at home, as it did
last night, in our own peaceful
One of the prominent curses of
the country, to which the so-called
"progressive" Government of the
past few years has given a loose
rein, is gin. Since its use by Ila
wuiians has been legalized, it has
rapidly grown in size until its de
moralizing influence lias contamin
ated, more or less, every depait
ment of the public service. Gin is
the great power which conquers at
elections, and gin is tho evil influ
ence which is blighting, and damn
ing, and destroying the moral,
religious and physical life of the
nation. Nothing can bo done with
out gin. Gin is King. Even j'oung
and innocent children are drenched
and debauched with gin by persons
of rank who would hido their heads
in shame, in their sober moments,
if they had any shanio left. Of
course, tho navy cannot exist with
out gin. A training ship for the
waifs of tho country must havo gin.
The conduct of men on 'board that
ship last night, reported in another
column, was shameful in tho ex
treme, and cJl resulted from gin.
Ileal h, this matter is too disgraceful
to niako fun of. Is this beginning
of our navy's career to be regarded
as the first-fruits of what is to fol
low? Wo sincerely hopo not, for
the country's honor; but must con
fess that our faith in its not being
repeated later on is smaller than tho
point of a mosquito's noso.
Mrs. Cleveland's friends aver that
she nover indulges in gossip, nnd
that she is pleased that elio so pleases
the American people.
r n- -- ry -
THE BRIDGE OF SIGNS.
Oxc cur The More IssiajrinoAOT
TH1X03 FkoU A3 AltCIllTSOtCRiL
I turned towards tho little arch
off the piazza, fiom which 1 could
see the much talked of Bridge of
Sighs. I confess I was rather dis
nppoiutcd on beholding It. Ceitainly
1 did not expect to find a Brooklyn
or u suspension bridge in its stiue
tuie; but 1 thought that it would at
ail events be a decent kind of a
thing luehitcctuiiilly. Here, for
instance, was the inevitable canal,
Hanked on one side by the ducal
palace and on the other by the dark,
fordidding walls of the prUon. The
fourth story of cither edifice was
connected by an Inslsniilcnnt look
ing bridge ; and this is the bridge in
history as the Bridge of Sighs
some 'seven feet long by three broad
to which Jivrou referred, where,
in Ids "Childe llarold" he exclaims:
I stood In Venice on the bridge of dghs
A pilace and n prison on eaen nana.
Why, you might ask, did the
structure ' receive such a dismal
title? Well, in old times here, when
any person was arrested, he was,
llrst of all, taken to the vaults of
this gloomy prison. Next day he
was escotted over the bridge to the
judicial chambers of the palace,
where he was tried and judged bj
the Doge and his College of Ten.
If he were acquitted he was shown
out the front door of the palace and
immediately liberated. If he were
found guilty he knew that his doom
was sealed," and back he had to
trudge across the bridge, sighing
and gioaning, to the prison, where a
trap-door was ready to engulf him
in the inky caverns of the dread
water beneath. Was not that age
the age of chivalry when the crime
of treading on a tyrant's little toe
was punishable with death? And
were not the canals always there to
receive their burdens or victims r
Venice Cor. San Francisco Chronicle.
ON" Beretaiiin street, this morn hue, a
ltOLL OK MUSIC. The Under
will be rewarded on returning same to
the Catholic Mission. 113 It
Haing Eccurcd the
of thesu Islands for the
Perfection Stamping Outfit Co.
All orders for tamo will be filled on nr
rival of xU-amer Australia. Muvl.l, 1887.
Parties who have already ordcied will
please eall for same at my stoic.
J. H. SOPER,
CC Merchant street.
ENTLEMEX WHOSE NAMES
appear amongst the list compris
ing the Committee on Airangements
for the Celebration of the Queen's Juhl
he, are rcque t m1 to confer with Mrjor
J. II. Wodehousc, at the BillUh Vice
Consulate, at their cailicit convenience.
BY A LADY, AS HOUSEKEKPEH
orntiHU in n private f inihy. l'hiln
For i aitluuhirs aiuilv to
J. E. BUOWN & CO.
A MEETING OF THE HONOLULU
Yacht nnd Boat Club will' tns held
at their boat houso on WEDNESDAY,
51 ly IS, 1W, at 4 p m. A full attend
ance Is rcmiesled.
E. I. MWLDINO,
H7 2t Seuiuiury II.Y. &B, 0.
THERE WILL BR AN
Informal meeting of nil rci.
dent 5In'oiis of Honolulu at
Hawnilan Lodge. No. 21. V.
A. Al.. on TUESDAY EVENING.
May )7th, at 7:!10 p. in., for the purpose
of devising ways and means for en'er
tinning thi) Grand Matter of California
and oilier AInsons ol the Mntonlc Excii
sion in nirivo by .S. S. Austtalia on June
Per order of the Worshipful AInstcr.
!I7 2t T. (!. P.Scoictary.
W. A. JOHNSTON has b-en
nnnolnted SiineiliiieudlnL' En.
giiuor for Wllder'.s Ktoqinshlp Company
commencing May NHh. 18s7.
Honolulu, Alay 1-1. (', lit
Fiftieth Anniversary ol tlio Acccsolon of Hor
Majesty Queen Victoria.
IT Is proposed In commemorate this
occasion by tho commencement of a
fund to be called
"The Vivtoi'itt Fund,"
to bo Invested for the use of the British
Benevolent Society in allordlng relief
to British icsidents who may be in (lis
ties'. It Is also piopose-1 to celebrate the
day by an
Donations for cither or both of the
nbove purposes myy bo mulu nt tho
British Vice-Consulate, or to Messrs.
Bishop it Co., Bankers, or Messrs.
Sprceliols & Co., Baukcrs, who have
kindly consented to iccoho paymenU,
or to members of the Committee. Qti 1 w
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advertise in the Daily Bullehn.
-.-. - h..,,,,.,,.....,,
At '0 o'clock n. m.
1 will sell a Public Audi m at the rril.
dem o of I . II. W 0 IDWOK ' 11, Nuuanu
V.illty, on account cf dcpiumm, the
wlinlu of UN Household Furniture, c tc
Ik'diooin S-ts, Atilliosc, Mos.
i illo Note, Bonk 0 ie. Miperl.ir ii
W Dining Kiioiii Fiiruitini, L mp,
Ciockcry and Glnswaie, Bath Tub,
etc., etc., also
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
LEWIS .1. LEVEY,
VALLEY ROAD SOME.
he ti near .Mr. .). S. Wiilhci'a
a cum ring iiireeiuiue-s eiiciteuci
peans, ine name .iinignret
Whoever will brim' the s'liuo toMr.
Wateihouc's doro will receive Pvnrol.
hirs ruuanl. U51w
TMJK FOLLOWING CHANGE HAS
X taken place in the Cnpiirinctship
of W. It. Daniels and Company of Will,
luku, Maui: W- II. Cummings has pur.
chal-ed tho lulcrcst of W. I). Kdinu in
nid copirtnerdhlp its property and bus!
The firm now ronsists'ofW. II. Daniels
nnd W. II. Cuminlnes.
Honolulu, Miy 111 18b7. !)i2
rpiIE undeisigned having been thU
X dav duly appointed Assignee of the
estate of John 51. Ku enn, lankrupt,
hereby notifies all parlies indebted to
t-nid estate to make immediate payment,
and lliOM! having claims ngainn tnhl
citnte topic sent tlioin without delay nt
Ills omen xso. ns jiercnant sircei. Mono
lulu. 01IAS. T. CIULICK,
Honolulu, May 12. 16S7. !I5
rpo THE OKEIHTOHS OF THE
JL Fetatc of J. LYONS, n banVrupt,
The undersigned asslgnco of the E.
tide of .1. L)gu', a bankrupt, has ptcntr.
atory to his iln,l account and and ilivl.
dcrd. hiibiul t (! his accounts as such
Mlmi'o n 1 lll-''l lliesJine before Hon.
E. I'.cvioi .1 istleo of the Supremo
Coin-, nt hi- Chambers, to whom he will
apply ai 10 o'elo'k, a. in., on MONDAY,
the -iliil (iny ol 5Iay i 1 1 1-1 ml, foi n settle
ment of said accounts, aud tor a du
eling! ft om all liability as -ueli n-signi-e
nnd for an older to mnl.c n final
And that any pcr-nu Interested nuy
then and thcie appear nnd contest the
tame. W. C l'AHKE,
Assignee of the Estate of J. Lyons.
Honolulu, .May Ml. 1687.. 7 fit
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
F.ed Seholl, of Wallukti, .Maul,
lias sold all right, title and interest in
the blncktmilli shop, situated on (he
rilits5i!c of Kiilntlui roul, in the. snld
dUtliet of Walluk'J, to tho undersigned,
who will carry on the hu'in'ss in luture.
I havo iiln appointed .Mr. Clias B.
Coukclt, as manager of the slid shop,
the public tiro invited to give a call,
and all blaeksmlthlng work will be ex
euuled with despatch.
.17 Im JOHN W. ICALUA.
The Leading Millinery House
CHUS. J. FISHEL
Cor. Foit & Hotol Streets.
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK!
VrOTWlTIIfcTANDlNG THE UN-
i.1 favorable weather we were ciowd.
id to tii"h nn extent, that wo weio un.
able to raicnmmcdate the largo number
f kind patrons who showed by their
presence their appreciation of ur" ellorts
to fund h ilium, ON AN EXPENSIVE
New novelties In Ladles', Micros' nnd
Children's lints this week by the Austin.
Ha, miiuufaetured exprcss-ly for our
sales. Several exclusive styles in Ladles'
and Mihsc-.'Turbnns and Ciirii-igu Hats.
ltlliHONS In patleins and co'niiug to
be found no where else in Honolulu, and
the l.ugest assoitmeul of plain nnd Inner
Klbbons, t-tinh ns may be found In any
well tcguluud ribbon ttoek, at prieis.is
low ns the lowest.
A. Word an IhoxjiciinIvo .llllllneiy.
While we admit that no goods cotno
to this toun ty for millinery purports
too line for us to buy, nt tho s-uine time
vo ola in 'o carry tho
Largest Lino and tho Best Assorted Stock
Of uemril Millinery (.full grades in
To tlio-e who do not havo much time
for shopping: Do not let the Idea (so
iiidmtriuusly elieulutcd by interested
pin lies, who keep nothing but cheap
goods,) run aw aj-with jour Judgment,
that In cause a house Is largely patroniz
ed by those who give a great deal of
attention to their drcs, you mui-t nrces.
siully pay high pric.-s fur what you
want. As a general thing Mich people
have tiinu and pUnty of It to look
around, and just us anxious to make a
dollar go as fur ns you are, aud lake
udvnntngo ovoiy time of the opportunity
to get tho best bargains fur their money.
CAS. J. FISHEL,
Loading Millinery Housp.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
ID coluins. ( 3 per ennum.
MR. il. J. 1-1A.T2LT,
ESite Ice Cream Parlors,
It is ti'turno I from Jiin Kr n I co nn I bavin;
Secured the hcivlctw of u FIiHl-Clufcs Pit airy Cook,
h eli en bis 'he ' Kllii" mote than owi, to make a
Superior quality of nil kit ds of Ice Cream, Sherbets,
W itur In 8, A: .
Our t'ttuey C'nlu'N uii- tint Vi-lile of Honolulu,
And we bake eveiy ihy Lady Fiugirr, M.ici.r our, Drop t iike, Coco Dips, and
many other kinds too numerous to mention.
Nponjjr-, Found. Fruit and Jelly CukoM nlwnyg on Jmiul,
or mtidu to older on short notice, in any ftylc.
A line Hue of Choice Candies always in slock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The public Is Invited to Inspect our stock und More, wu.ch Is now in flue order.
The Elite Ice Crcnin Parlors,
IIAHT & 8TEINER, Proprietors,
Mutual Tele. DCS CSTOpen dallv until II p. m.-TBa Bell Tele. 182.
Hell Tel. U1M.
Mutual Tel. 13U.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Cottages to Let or Lesso in delight
ful locations, within e:iy re.icli of tho
business purt of iho city, with n e unino.
il'itions stilled to any leipilriincnt und
ou most favorable terms.
Thrco Lodging Establishments lor Sato
all paying handsomely,
Tho "Old Cornor," nt Nuuanu and
Queen Streets, for sale ono of tho best
business stands in the city.
Thrco Pieces of Real Estate lu this dis
trict, outside of the city, lor sale or
To Lcl Two coltntcs pleasantly situated
on tho Haul: of Punchbowl Hill, to.
wards Mnklki, one mile fiomtheP.
0 ; dilighlful accommodations for
To Let A cottnire with large yard room
and stable. lUHommodttiou for a num
ber of hoi ses.
For Salo or Lease. Lot 1P0 ft. by TO,-! ft.
Easterly corner of Fort nnd bchool
streets. Water liid on. Title perfect.
One of tho finest bcllding sites in tho
Lcaso of Fish Pond lor Sale A rnro op
pottuulty is now offered to secure a
long lease of one of the most protlta
ble lisb ponds in Ibis district Alargo
outlay has lately beru nude for Im
provements, and the property is iu tine j
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
Unrivalled OpportnnltlcN for proflt
Full particulars given upon npplica.
tlon nt the Agency.
No. 38 Morchant Street, Honolulu.
Situation Wanted as housekeeper or uuisc
by u white lady, of expel ienco in both
lipicltioi. Would i c;ept a position
a' a ladies' traveling companion and
Fiit-clns Book-keepers, Carpenter,
Stewards. Cooks, Nurses nnd other
skilled labor desiring (inploymcnt.
Family & Floatation Use !
FOR SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Having Eold my Express Busi
ness and good-will to Air. M. N.
Sandors, on account of intended
departure from the Kingdom,
I hereby request nil clulina
against mo to bu presented by
the Ifith of Aliy, and nil bill
owing me to be paid by the 1st
of Juue, 1837.
20 2w F. II. OEDINO.
For Salo or Lease.
rpiIOSE PRKMIHES SITUATED ON
JL 1'unahon Street called "Kauanilo.
hln," tun piopcity of C. H. Judd, mo for
bide or for leafo lor n term ot ycarB.
For paiticulars Inquire "of
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGIIT.
Honolulu, Deo. 13, lbbO. HOS
A .NICE FURNISHED FRONT
mom at No. 4 Garden Lane: 04
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT
occupied by Mr. Wood worth,
near the flist brldec. Nuuanu
Street. Possession run bu obtained nftor
the 2lst Inst. Stablo nnd pasture hind
adjoining tho house.
Al'o, ono Cottage on Srluvd Street.
Apply to J. T. WATEIIHOUSE,
'-'.') 2. v Oueen Street.
j ' '
I oaution i'eiisokk iigniiist pur
chasing lniuls at Pinion f lom Kcni
konihin or advancing him money ou
mortgage thereof, as I who am his
Jawful wifo do not consent, whoso
conseijt'ia necessary hy la)v.
"Wailttku, Maui, April 30, 1887.
Bell Tel. 172.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Slock, Merchant St.,
leal Estate Agents, Etc.,
Offer the following:
To Let. Shop In new brick building on
King street, near Nuiiruu, next to
ChluesoNewsCo.'solllces. Rent very
Rooms to Ront Furnished-in the Lost
To Lei. A fi.roomed Cottage, with Car.
iljgo lloilae and Outbou.se-, Nuuanu
Avenue, near Govcinmsut reservoir,
abovo late Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with about 3 acres of laud 2
mile from twn. Kent $16 per month.
To Lot. AO-roomcd Cottage, w lib kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuuanu
Ae.iue, oppiiitu " Valley Home," in
excellent older. Path and water con
To Let. a pleasantly tl'uuted residence,
comprising two cottages, uulhouscj,
etc., on I'u ii on road, nour Punchbowl
meet. Rut very low to meet the
House and Lot for Sato. Very desirable
tcs dence on Bcrelimla Street. The
h ii e contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor,
I iiliu-room, Paulty, Kitchen and
Bu'htoom. Alosipilto proof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by ICO feet with rrlvllepe rf
buyiiu: next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Sale or Lcaso -With immediate pos
session, (hat valuable estate known us
the NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
situated in tho Nuuanu Valley. 1i
milc3 from tho chy, and undoubtedly
the mot eligible site for a milk or
mill; or.d butler dairy in this Kingdom.
'Ihn above t-ptcndld property maybe
hud on easy terms.
Fur Salo A bpicndld property of over 5
acre of land oil Llllhn Street; un.
rivalled iu u site for a ecntlcmin's
residence. An early application nec
essary to purchase Iu a htnglo lot. For
paiticulars apply to .I.E. Brown & Co.
Situations wanted by
And other cbis-es of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
8 Merchant Street.
Dry Goods !
FOR SALE BY
H. Hackfeld & Co.
NEW CARD SYSTEM1
HAMNef returned from the Coast,
I am prep ired to give lesson- in
Phonography (shoiihaml) by the abovo
named system, to a limited number of
ladles and gentlemen. In oider that a
full course may be given before my
r.tn ii to the Ccast, applications
huiilil bo inlu on or before Monday,
M, v Kith. 5.1 lessons, full cotme, $35;
25 logons, J;cour(.o, $20. For further
infoiimition cnll at the olllco of N. F.
Burgfbs. 84 King street, or address P.
O. llo 377, Honolulu P. O.
3a lw u. F. BURGESS.
MRS. RODAN ET, iho well-knov
die-smaker, lecuntly reiiirnud
from Purls, bus her dros.imtMng riionis
still on Emma stiect, above the square.
Jipi ONE GOOD SOUND
iniuity junrej perfectly
nafo to dtive by Indies
or chlldien. Apply to
At Jf o. 70 queon St.
FOR SAW IWAXCIMCO,
The new und 11 1 e Al leel stein iMp
Of the Oceanic Strum hlpli iiiiunv, i
taduual ionoli u Hum tMdt ))
uu'i Atoll ml ,n i nl out
June 3rd, 1887,
And will have foi ih-above pun with
liu lisii.nl pasMiigeis on r ni.oi.t Unit
ror Height oi pas-ave, having bU.
PEHIOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agenti.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new id line Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Slenm-hlp Company, w ill
be duo nt Honolulu from Siin
Francisco on or about
June 10th, 1887,
And will havo prompt dltpntch with
nndlsnnd piueengcis fer Uiealiovu ports.
For freight or piipcage, having bU.
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Afrents.
At the lowest figure, of the flne.t qual
Warranted genuine, mtide of the pure
ju.ee only and guarantcd to Hand
Will not deteriorate in quality for any
number of years. Large qimntitus ex.
ported eciy year, by some ot the larg.
est commercial firiiu of tills city, to dif
ferent putts of tho Uuiled Slates and
the German Empire.
MANUFACTURED AT T1IK
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
32atnbllHlioA 111 1SOU.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook
Hotel, bet. Nuuanu and Fort 8t.
Both Telephones No. 7) . 01
Having sccuiod the eervlccs of
Mr. Henry Saylor
Ho will In future attend to tho wants 0f
my patrons in tho Billiard KooU.
a j. McCarthy,
Carriage's at all hours, day and night.
Snddlo Horses, Buggies, Wugoneltes and
Village Carls witu stylish and gentle
horses to let.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggieg,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply to
MILKS &, 1IAYLEY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner ofKnuanu &. JIotrl-Mreet.
-EINC1 UP TELEPHONE 457.
TIiIb Canlage Company has been re
cently orgnnied, nnd guarantees to
lurnldi good conveyance-, tr-iMwcrthy
driven, und will make no extortionate
All calls will be ptoinptly attended to
Cottage to Eont
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE.
Low rent; furniture at a bargain.
For particulars enquire f Jno. Mugoon,
Agent, Merchant sired. 27 tf
FOR SALE 1
ONE LARGE I Of. cpn or kiuncola
and LuiiollloViu, wlllch curt be
illvldin Into h( or more building loll.
I inpiliu of q, 'WEST,
lr'l Of Xi est, Dow & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN!
THE undersigned havo Sixty Thous.
and Dollars to loan, In stuns of not
less than ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, THURSTON is KINNEY.
ISp-tf 00 Fort Street, Honolulu.
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