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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho ,
Bank of Ctillibrnla, H. IT.'
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, MONO KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, LondoD
Tho Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The, Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Published about tho End and Middle
of eaoh Month.
Contains 40 Columns of Interesti:
News Relating to the Var
There Is no better nublicatlon for
sending to friends abroad, nor Is there!
any better medium for advertising any)
enecial line of business that may djpendj
in part, for its support, upon foreign pa
tronage. Theso Summaries go to nil
parts of tho English-speaking world,
and the demand for them is constantly 1
Subscription, including Postage (o Foreign
Countries, $2.50 per Year.
On and after this day,
Mr. Sam McKeague
Will have charge of the delivery of the
lIin.Lr.iis Omci:, May 'J..1887.
Pledged to neither Beet nor Partjr,
Bat established tor the benefit of all.
TUESDAY. MAY 21. 1887.
SUGAR IS SUPREME.
Since the day that tho whaling
ileet deserted the port of Honolulu,
the Hawaiian Islands have depended
for their prosperity almost entirely
upon sugar. All other sources of
income ami wealth 'together, are a
mere trille compared with sugar.
Laborers, mechanics, professional
men, shop keepers, and metcliants
arc dependent, directly or in
directly, upon sugar. Failure of
this staple means stagnation of busi
ness, lack of employment, and posi
The planter is the most important
man in the country and to the coun
try. "Without him, the people who
make their bread by the sweat of
their brow, and those who measure
calico over tho counter or bell pork
and beans for a living, as well as
editors, reporters, and compositors,
would be compelled to betake them-
selves to a primitive method of life,
in which broadcloth and dainty
dishes arc wanting, or direct their
course to some more busy scene.
The Government would languish for
means to make itself ridiculous, the
army would melt into their lines,
and the navy would rot at the iish
market from inability to raise the
wind to get out. to sea. Ministers
would find scant pickings, and
Members of Parliament would lack
the steam to blow off in advocacy or
defense of shady schemes.
To be sure, the ruin of the plant
ers and the stoppage of tho sugar
mills, would not necessarily mean
complete and final ruin to the coun
try. Other industries might be
started, and other exportable pro
ducts ultimately take tho place of
sugar. But their development would
require time, and in tho meanwhile
stagnation and starvation would
Considering the position of the
planter and his indispensability to
the country, the Government should
be careful not to place on him un
necessary burdens, or cramp his
energies and impede, his progress by
injurious legislation. A wise gov
ernment would never kill tho duck
which lays the golden egg.
Yet it is a fact, thatthe attitude
I of the Executive and the course of
I legislation for several years past,
have been decidedly hostile to plant
' ing interests. The legislation, under
Government control, which mado
liquor free nud legalized the use of
opiqm, to demoralize the planter's
labor, is about the worst form of
' Tho planter has been treated us
an enemy, that should be conquered
and expelled from the country.
Why fthoulri tlicso savages bo per- '
inlttcd lo fence, plow, amF build nil
over the islands? They have gone
on to tho waste places, and made
them grecu with sugar cane; and
whenever they find strangers stroll
ing around their plantations, they
capture them, take them into their
fortifications, till their stomachs with
good grub, pour hot coffee down
their throats, put them in soft beds
to sleep, and otherwise maltreat
them. Occasionally they make
sorties upon tho towns and villages,
even upon the city of Honolulu.
They worry the giocers, drapers,
and business folks generally, so that
the people only escape from their
cruel tormentors with their pockets
burdened with cash. They have
tho audacity to fire balls of bank
bills and wads of twenty-dollar gold
pieces into the Government money
chest. Therefore, the Government
seeks to exterminate them root and
branch, l'rco croir and opium will
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uu uieir suuro ui uiu ucsuuuiiuu,
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and the roads and wharves money
siuucu nuo uic gauing guns oi uie
Kaimiioa will accomplish the rest
Having got happily rid of these
g'o-a-hend, money-loving, hard-working,
to the peace and comfort of the
country, there will remain no hin
drance to the placing of a battery
of eighty-one ton guns on Diamond
Head, missions to nil the nations of
the globe, and a jubilee procession
every week, in search of Iish and
poi, all of which constitute substan
tial proofs of a nourishing, well
governed country. All the rowdy
portion of the population being
banished, a quiet, peaceful country
and city will be left for the Govern
ment, with an ample revenue de
rived from free passes supplied to
stowaways, who have no other
means of escaping from the horrible
desolation of the land. The Crown
Ministers can find occupation and
amusement by giving a daily exhi
bition of the hula in front of the
A MISSION TO SAMOA.
The native papers announce that
llev. D. l.eaweatnahi is to be sent
by the Government on the Zealandia
as a missionary to Samoa. It will
be remembered that Itcv. D. Kca
wcamahi was formerly the pastor of
the native Evangelical church at
Wnilukii, but resigned when that
fatal malady leprosy made it im
possible for him any longer to con
tinue in that position. Under what
approptiation is the Government
sending foreign missionaries lo tho
South Pacific? As a matter of
courtesy the English societies con
fine their work to the islands south
of the equator. Why should the
Hawaiian Government violate the
tacit ngi cement, that there shall be
no interference with their work in
NEW INVENTION IN AMERICAN NAVAL
Washington, Apr.' I 2.'!. For some
time past tho Engineering Bureau
of the Navy Department lias bean
experimenting with a new method
of applying the forced draft to the
furnaces of niaiinc engines, and tho
results obtained arc said to be highly
satisfactory. In the English system,
which lias be'cu in use for many
years, the prime requisite is an air
tight ilrc-room into which air is
forced by compressors and finds its
way through the furnaces. To this
system there are many objections.
It lias been found practically im
possible to maintain the air-tight
lire-room, as repairs to boilers and
warpage soon cause heavy leaks,
nnd when the fires become foul the
forced draft is almost useless while
they are being cleaned. The dovico,
which is now being applied by tiic
Engineering Bureau, is the inven
tion of a Passed Assistant Engineer.
It contemplates the forcing of air
through ducts directly into the ash
pits of tho furnaces. Gas leak's in
the furnace doors, which have here
tofore been so serious an objection
as to prevent tho adoption of the
system, are remedied by making the
doors hollow and keeping them tilled
witli compressed air. Besides the
advantage of an ordinary open fire
room tho new system, by circulating
the incoming air through tho lire
room, results in a considerable re
duction of the temperature. This
device has been applied to the Alii
aucu and the .Swatuia, with the re
suit that tiiu vessels have been en
abled to dispense with four of their
boilers and carry a cot responding
weight of coal in. addition to their
usual supply. The designs of the
new li,000-ton ships now being pie
pared by the depaitmeiit nlso em
body tho principle. Bos. Journal.
: 1IOU8K1IOLI) SBUVANTS,
and other ( lataes of help
furiilshcd promptly by
J, E.BROWN & CO.,
4ii tf US iltrchanl ntrect
Special Snlo of
Fine Foreign Ferns
On Thursday, May 20tli,
At 12 noon, t will cell at mil Ho audio
at my S ile lioom,
ABOUT 50 POTS OF
liKWIN .1. IjKVKY,
H !t Auctioneer
T nl1 nslrclc, ,v Mr. 0. 1) Freelh
to oiler for sale at public auction, at my
On Wednesday, June 1st,
At 12 noon, his. ery desirable
There Is an abundant supply of Fresh
Water, and a line opportunity for Sea
Bathing, at tho rear of the dwelling.
The erouiuU im nlcelv laid out, and
planted with trees and flowers.
There ate also
Largo Stables and Barn.
Servant's loom, &c.
Plan of the properly can lie seen nt
my oillee, and tor fufthcr particular
apply lo Mr. Frcclh, at the olllcu of
Mitcfarhinc it Co.
Tcinw made known at time of sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Lodge Lo Progrcs.
5,fW, SPECIAL MEETING
WyOX of Lodge Lu Progres No. 121
lSV F. A. M. will be held this
fiiyfj Evening, at 7:!i0 o'clock.
By order ol W. M .
1 1 It E. KISTLElt, Sec.
A COTTAGE, Fituated on
jrjC dbii oi sircei, near inu uriuuc
333 containliiL' 5 room, bcsldis
pantry, kitchen, bath room, and billiard
loom, with fernery and stable.
For further particulars applv to Geo.
C. Lees, at .1. T. Watcrhouse's (Jiiecn tt.
tftore. 41 tf
Taro Flour Factory,
Will nculn commence nncriitloiiH on
Tluiiftilay, Jluy Utah,
and will supply Taro Flour In any
With now nnd improved machinery
ar.d oilier apparatus llic present 111:111:1
ger guarantees to supply Taro Flour that
will make a better clussof poi than ever
All ouleri to be sent to W. II. Cum
min". Manager, at the Factory, Wai-
TuUu, .Maui, or to W. G. Iiwin & Co ,
Agcntf, Honolulu. ll 1111
riMIE FLWlJHAL of the bite Ml-s
1 AW'LaIDK AMELIA KALANI.
NU1KHEIAMOKU LZAHUS will
takuplud' liom her lutu icsidcncc, 12:1
Berclaiiia street, on
Friday, May 27th, at I -.30 p.m.
Friends and acquaintance-are rc'pu't
fully invited tnatenil. -ill -It
On Art and Travel.
By Prof. Sidney Dickinson
31. A., of Boston.
Under tho nucplces of the Y. 31. C. A.,
in their Hall, on the Kveuings of
May 26th, and 30th,
At 7:80 p. in.
NIicho famous IccturiK ate lIliHtralcd
by a powerful Sterei ptlcon and have
1 een (Iclivcri'd with gie-t hiiccepn in ihu
leading cilic.-, of the United Sink's.
Tin- vlcwK arc mre, and many of them
am beautifully coIoh'.I by the best ar
tints of I'.iiIh nnd London.
Hlnulo Tliketi, 0 T
CouiKuTlckeU, 1 00
For sale at the b inki-ti re, and of llic Y,
.M. U. A. Kntertaililiiciii Committee,
Dew Drop Ihn,
Cor. King &. Nuuanu Sts.
IV o v o i 13 '
The finest and best brands of
ALES, WINES AND SPIRITS
Kept on hand.
On Saturd v, May 28, fioo drinks and
lunch ft om 11 n.iu.'to'.' p m.
t??" All Kinds ol Temperance Diinks.
A. K. PKLKKALUIII,
J!l lw Proprietor.
rpiJE FOLLOWING OIIANGB HAS
X taken placu in the Copartnership
of W. If. Daniels ami Company of Will.
lukii, Maui) S'. . CummingB has pur
chased the Inlmcrit of V. B. Kcnnu n
Mild onpniinerjlilp Its property and IiubI.
Tlio Hi m now emu NM ol'W. II. Daniels
and V. 11. Cuminings.
W. II. l)ANIKLSOo.
IIoiiolulu.May 1U 1867. USiiw
Fourth Annual Mtetinj?
SLHaw'n Jockey Club
To bo held at hnplolaul n rk,
June lOth and 1 1th
Official Frogrammo of Races
First Day, Juno 10th, 1887.
Bices to romim-nce at 11! i.onit.
I tt. Honolulu Plate, $50
Running It ice; mile dn-di: for
Hawaiian bred horse.
2nd. Reciprocity Plato, $100
Running Bace; ( mile dndi; open
3rd. Oceanic Purso, $100
Mile hcaH; lust .1 In 5; lo harness;
ftec for all.
4th. Walkapu Cup, $100 addod
Running Base; Jf mllu dusli; o en
to all; winner to beat the lecoul ol
"May D" ItWyi.
Blh. Breeder's Plato, 75
Kunning Buce; mile dash; for all
ii year olds.
Gtli Hawaiian Plato, $75
Running Buce; mile dnsli; -open to
Second Day, June 1 1
races lo commence at 10:30 a in. tdiarp.
1st. Tho Queen's Plate, $75
Banning Bncc; mile dash; free
2nd. Kamchamcha Plato, $150
Running Bace; 2 mile da-li: free
3rd. Kalakaua Purso. $1 50
Trotting Btiee; mile heats; best 2 in
'J; to liiinit'i-s; open to all.
4lh. His 'Majesty's Cup, $100 addod.
Banning U.t"; t mile dath; for
Hawaiian brul hoisix; nwutil .by
members of the Joekiy Club.
5th. Hoslla Challcngo Cup. $100 added
Kunning Bace; inito ili; wlinci
to bent Ihu rtenrd it "Angle A "
1 :4 3) made Juno 1U, 18(1. Cup lo
be run for annually, and to bu lit 1 1
bv the wlnnei until hi time is lua-
len at a meeting of the Jocla-y Club.
Open lo nil.
6th Tho Kino's Plalo, $100
Trolling Uace; In Hawaiian bred
liorses only; nine iic.us nesi iwu 111
thiec; to harm si.
7th. Novelty Race, $100
1 nillc(l:li; running; 1st citinrt rM"i
y, mile $25
1 mile -')
?f mile !?25
Opun lo all Hawaiian Lied hnrtc.
8th. Jockey Club Post Match.
Swiepglnkcf), SCO and $ 0 added.
Hwcepstnks Tinting or I'.iriny
Jtace; best 2 in ii: f-ei-fi r nil ho sr
who have not u lecoid ol :i inliH. or
better. To lo iliiwn by iucihIhi
of the Jockey Uub.
9th. l'ony Race. $75
Buiuiing Bace; 1 mile il ish ; c ji n
lo only Iliwailun lirid lior-ts, inti
over 14 luiuN, and 111 1 undi rtl yrc
old; oiiteh weifih T
All tntrli". lo eloe nl 12 o'clock noon,
on 31iulny June 10 b 18i7,iit 1 hi oMU e
of the Kcictm, and all culiaiiee lees to
be 10 per eent, unices otheiwisu Mpi-eilb
ed. All nictM to bu mil or irotted iiudei
Iberiib". of the Ilawnliaii .locl.py Club.
diiiision., TiO'ccnts e.ii'h
To (ti'.iiid S and, i x in . ..ri() rcnls mill $
l.iiil'iuge iiiide ol Ouuhe...$2.i(l i.icli
Qii'irler Sti etch B idgu ? JXO enelt
C. 0. BERGEB, Secretary. H. J.C.
On neeoiint of the prevalence In
(he United States of Ainiriea of thu
disease " Contagious I'leura.pueu
lunula rf Cattlu," notion is licicby
given Ih it all initio arriving in this
Kingdom from any p.ut of the
abovomcntioneil country, will bo
liable ti a Quarantine of not less
than Ninoiy (90) Days, and pns-i.
lily for a longer period, nccoiding
to Section IV Chapter XXIX of thu
Bcvlicd Liwi oflBil.
By onli'i of the Board of Inspect,
ors of Animal .
H. C. SHELDON
Hiii. opened a
IN WAILUKb, MAUI,
and is prcpnied to build
Sugar Wagons, Improved stylo,
2-whocl Dump Carls.
Goosonock Sugar Wagons,
Buckboards, Brakes, Expresses,
Sugar Coolors, Juico Tanks, &c.
Iliirsu Shot-inn u Miipcinlty.
For the ei iivon'onco of the iiulilie ho
will stud n toy lo Knhuliii, SprecUuls-
tllu iindP.il.t on 'luenliij. and Frldny;
nud lo Wiiiheu and Wt.lUipu on Y id.
nesdays and riatuid lys. 4!) 2v
AMASI'BB MECHANIC willing to
itpprcnllcu .an intelligent Portu.
gueso boy of ir, flnd ono whospiaks
Englisii, m ( has bcei) through the elc
nientniy bchool comae, by applying at
this r.llle;). -1!) lw
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise in thu Daily Bui.i.uin.
jxifc. ijl. jr. HLAirr,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
II is luluriie 1 fiom Niu l'ran I co nil I having
SceiUTd tho heivicfs ol' a First-Class Pastry Cook,
v hlch cniib'( s the "Elite," more than ever, to make a
Superior quality of all kinds of Ico Cream, Sherbets,
Water lets, &e.
Out Fancy CiiUch tire tlio l'i'lilo of Honolulu,
And we bake eery ill y Liitly Fingers, Macaroons, Drop Cnkcs, Coco Dtp?, and
mnny iitlici klniN too numerous to mention.
.Spout;!.', round. Fruit and Jelly Cnkcs nlwny 011 hand,
or mink to older on slioit notice, In any style.
A line lino of Choice Candles nlways in stock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The public l inlled lo Ji.spei t our slock and store, which is now In fine older.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors
HA11T & STKINEK, 1'roprlctors,
Mutual T elc. 8SS t2f Open dailv until 11 p. m.-a Bell Tele. 182.
llullTt'l.UIH. aitittinl Tel. 1UU.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Cottages to Lot or Lease in delight
ful locations within oy renen of ihu
business part of thu city, witli accjinmo.
dations suited to any lcqulrimenl and
on most fa vol able, terms.
Three Lodging Establishments lor Sale
all paying handsomely.
Tho "Old Cornor," at Ktiuinu and
Queen Snouts, for sale ono of the bust
business stands in tho city. '
Three Pieces ol Real Estalo in thl dls.
trie!, oultlde of the (it), for sub or
To Let Two cattiiy-1 lcisiui'l Minuted
on the Hank if I'm elibowl Hill, to.
wartN Makiki, one mile f om the l.
O ; dilighiful accomiiHHtallous for
To Lcl A eoltagc with lnrgeyiird mom
and stable accommodation lor a iiiim
hi r of horses.
For Salo or Lease l.ot i:il ft. ly ff" ft.
Liistcily i oruui if Foil am. : eliool
stuets. AVtitui hid on. Tilli' peilecl.
One of tlio llnest beildlng site in tho
Lcaso ol Fish Pond tor Sale. A ram op.
poituuiiy is now oH'cicd lo mviiic u
long lease of one f the mist piolltu.
hV Iish ponds in this district A largo
outlay has lately bee u made for im-
proviiiiruiy, nun i ni.' juojiuri) is in uiiu
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
Unrivalled OliportunlllcM for prnllt-
Full particulars given upon appliea.
tiou at the Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Slrcct, Honolulu.
Situation Wanted as hnu kep-r or muse
b it whltu lady, of c.Nprrii-mv in both
i ii iinu Would i u'l-pi a position
n a I idles' tiaeling u n pinion and
i-s-i t-l.i lit.
I' i-i- la Hook-keepeis, Carpenter1,
St"ii(l., (Jookh, Nur (s nud other
r U 1 1 1 il l.ilior (feslriiii: i inplovnient.
NICK FintNIHIIKD FBONT
inom at No. 4 CiiMlcn Lane 0i
Just Landed !
in 10 gallon drums, -.Tiut
tho thing for Ph.utntion ue.
Boiled Linseed Oil!
in C gallon Patent Drums.
Bon Machinery Oil
in (I gallon Patent Druiin.'
Jn'r" T lu'so diuins, when uui tlid, aru
I'OiiVertlblu Into b u'keK
EST For sale at Lowest rates at
F. A. Schaofer & Co's.
Having tenured the
of thisa Ihlau is for thu
Perfection Stamping Outfit Co,
All ordeis for fiiiiki will be tilled on n'
lival of stciimer Australia, Mayill, 1887.
Purlins who have already ordered will
please cull for siimu at my stoic.
J. H. SOPER,
tiSUv 5H Merchant htrcct.
Hiving void my Kvpreis llnsl
ness and gonil-wlll to Mr. M. N.
Sinileis, on ncrnunl of lntcndi'd
deparluie t.niu the Killed nn,
I hereiiy niiuesi nil claims
against mo to h presented by
the IGth of May, and all bills
owing me lo bu paid by the 1st
20 2 w F. 11. OK 1)1 N ft.
THE DAILY BULLETIN -Tlip
X in oh t popular paper published.
Bell Tel. 172. . 31utual Tel. 1172.
P. O. Box H07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St-,
Seal Estate Agents, Etc.,
Offer the foIlowliiKi
To Let. Shop In new brick building on
King street, near Nuuiinu, next to
Chinese News Co.'s olllccs. Bent very
Rooms to Rent Furnished in tho Lest
To Let. Afi.roomcd Cottnge.wlthkitchen
attached; upper end of Xntuuiu
A'venuo, opposite " Valley Homo," In
excellent older. Path and water con.
enl nces. Bent $1C.
To Let. a plcanntly sl'uated relilenro,
comprising two cottageM, ouiIuxisim,
etc., on 1'nuoa road, near Punchbowl
sticit. Bent very low lo meet the
Houso and Lot (or Sale Very desiml'le
icsideucu on Beietnuia Street. Ihe
hnii'u contains -1 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Dining. oom, r.intry, Kitcuen and
Ha hrouin. .Mos(iilto pioof. Hcusu
new and well built.
Lot 100 by ICO feet with privilege if
buying next lot. 117 be sold cheap.
For Salo or Lcaso With Immediate pos
session, that valuable estate known as
the NUUANU VALLEY BaNCH.
sltuatfd in tlio Xuuui u Valley. 2
miles from the city, and undoubtedly
the niot eligible site for a milk or
milk and butler daily In this Kingdom.
The above splendid .property may bo
Jinn on easy terms.
For Salo A splendid property of over 5
acres of bind oil Ltliha Street; un.
1 1 vailed ii3 a aite lor a gentleman's
ri'sldencc. An early application nee
cssnrv lo purchase in a single lot. For
pai ticulars apply to J: E. Brow n & Co.
Wanted A icspectable woman ns house-
kttcper and nurse in a smalbfanuly.
Situations wanted by
And other clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street.
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just tl;c thing lo make buckets of
when empty. For. Hale by
4'2 1m A. W. PIERCE&CO.
For 2 Weeks Only I
Our Sonil Annual
will tako place
All our remnants will be
placed on tho counter, ami
marked way down.
In Ladies' trimmed and
untri mined huts we aru
prepared to oiler Big- Bar
gains. liemnants in all depart
ments. Gome and see what Ave
oiler you next Monday.
Leading Millinery House.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
ONE 0001) SOUND
family Mare; perfectly
Biifo to ilrlvo by ladles
or nhildien. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
Australia. Mail Service
FOR HAN FUAXCISCO,
Tho now and fine At fleel stein ship
Of thcdcennlcSirtini hip Compiny. will
bu due at llonolii u Irom S.uh.ey
ami Auokbiud on r about
June 3rd, 1887,
And will have for the above norl with
.minis and pustuigcis on or aoout that
For fielgltt or passage, having SU.
PEBlOlt ACC03I3IODATION8, apply
WM. G. IEWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and lino Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Rlcnmshlp Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
June 10th, 1887,
And will have piompt dlfpntch with
mnlls and natscngeis fer the above port'.
For freight or passage, having BU.
PEBIOB ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
At tho lowest figure, of tho finest qual
Warranted genuine, made of the puro
juice only and gunrantcd to iUml --
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate in quality for any
number of years. Largo quantities ex.
ported eeiy year, by some ot the lurg.
est commercial firms of this city, to dif
ferent parts nf tho United States and
the German Empire.
MANUKACTC11KD AT T1IK
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
ISHtnbllHlioMl In 18CUJ.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook
Hotel, bet. Kuuanu unit Fort Ht."
Both Telephones No. 74. 01
Having secured tho services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
Ho will In future attend to the wants of
my pations in the Billiard ltoom.
o. j. McCarthy.
Carriages at all bouts, dny and night.
Paddlo Ilorfo, Utiggies, Wugoncttes and
Village Carta witli stylish and gentle
horses to let. ,
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open nnd Top Buggies,
Caits and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
King up Teluphono 32, or apply to
MILKS & IIA1XEW
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner ofXuuaiiu A Hotel HlreelH.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Carriage Company lms been ro; ,
ccmly orgauicd, and guarantees to
fiirnlh good conveyances, trustwerthy
driveis nnd will make no extortionate
All calls will bo promptly atterded to,
Cottage to Kent
AND FUKNITUHE FOlt SALE
Low tent; furniture at a bargain.
For particulars enquire if Jno. Magoon,
Agent, Merchant tred. 27 tf
FOR SALE !
ONK LAHGK I 0 P. eor er Pencnrnla
mid Lunalilo Ms, which can be
dividiit into two or moro building lots.
Kuqulioof G. -WE8T,
1054 Of West, Dow & Co.
AN INVALID CHAIH, argc size.
Perfectly jiow. Finished in fine
Mylc, with book rest and commotio at
tachment. Address " X," this office,
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
)0 colums, 3 per annum,