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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Heinle oi Gullibrulu, . F.
And tholr agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild A Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Dank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Daily Bulletin Sumary.
' Published about the End and Middle
of each Month.
Contains 40 Columns of Interesting
News Relating to the Var
There Is no better publication for
sending to friends Abroad, nor is there
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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 nml after this day,
Mr. Sam McKeague
Will liavj charge of the dellvciy of the
Bui.i.iniN Ofkici:, May '-,.1BS7.
Fledged to neither Sect nor Party.
But established tor the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY. MAY 25. 1887.
IS THE DEMAND JUST, REASON
ABLE AND RIGHT?
Is the dcniuml of the people for :i
change in the management of the
public affairs of the country, in
which their wishes and interests
.shall bo paramount, as outlined in
tliia paper a day or two ago, just,
reasonable, and right? In the
nineteenth century this question ad
mits of none but an nllirinalivc
The same question was ventilated,
debated, and decided in favor of the
people, many years ago, ,'n old Eng
land. There was an element of
difficulty which retarded settlement
there which did not exist here. They
had an hereditary chief, and were
not the people his slaves, created
for his special benefit, and had lie
not tho authority from heaven to
. jvfi'c'and govern them as he pleased?
Tho decision reached, by gradual
steps, (for long established impres
sions, however absurd and unsound,
are hard to erase) was the direct
opposite, that government was for
the benefit of the people ; and that,
therefore, it must be conducted in a
way to advance and protect their
welfare, and not to suit their whims
or gratify the ambitions of tho here
ditary chiefs. Moreover, that as
they (the people) contributed the
entire funds for carrying on the
government, Jhey should direct how
tho money should be used, and it
must be expended in their interests.
This was a reasonable conclusion,
and one that, in this enlightened
age, needs no elucidation nor argu
mentation to show its soundness.
There was no objection to the here
ditary chiefs retaining their posi
tions, provided they were willing to
perform the duties required. In
deed, such an arrangement was
thought preferable to the turmoil,
expense, and agitation of n periodi
cal election of a head for a specified
period. But the principle was de
finitely and firmly established that
the people were supreme, and their
sovereign's operations controlled
' and restricted by their will.
S.Snicc the first settlement of this
question by the IJritish people, his
tory records several attempts to ig
nore tho people's supremacy and re
establish the defunct order of things.
In every instance where the attempt
has assumed a formidable aspect, a
rumpus has followed, in which the
people have invariably landed on
top. The most notable of these,
and one that must bo well known to
nearly nil of our readers, is tho lit
tle American racket which originat
ed in Boston over a social cup of
tea. It took place more than a
-ii i'i ifffMifiifiiHli Jw.iii'fininifi '
rir-" -T jrfi ijfc '? j OiwaTtiiKiAtMffciuiw ;
hundred years ngoa long period
In a man's lifetime, but a mere day
in the world's longevity. The
American States were then colouics
of tho British Empire, and tho im
perial authorities essayed to fix up co
lonial affairs to suit their own taste,
without so much as "by your leave,
gentlemen." The colonials objected,
staling Hint they did not so Interpret
the thirty-nine nt tides. They were
loyal to the empire, but decidedly
averse to being taxed by a body on
which they were unrepresented. A
scrimmage arose, and the plucky
colonials came out at the big end of
the horn, with their thumbs at the
ends of their noses. That little ef
fort at "taxation without represen
tation" cost the British empire the
brightest diamond in her crown, and
although all Englishmen regret the
1093, there is not an intelligent Eng
lishman to-day who does not honor
the spirit, tho pluck, the manliness,
and the bravery which brought
about that result.
The question which begins this
article having been thus decided be
youd a peradventure, long ago, by a
great nation hoary with age, it
might be said that nothing remains
for tho kingdom of Hawaii but to
accept and adopt the conclusion
without- debate. But let us look a
little into the matter. The Ha
waiian people are a free and loynl
people. And by "Hawaiian people"
is now meant the native born and
tho'.c of foreign birth who have
adopted Hawaii as their home, of
whatever origin, color, language, or
creed. They are not overburdened
with undoubting faith in the "divine
rights of kings:" but they do be
lieve strongly in law and order. The
existing form of government a
limited monarchy is in the main
acceptable. They are neither rebels
nor revolutionists. But their notion
of government is, that it is for their
benefit, and not a power confided to
one or two persons, to be used for
the glorification and gratification of
the one or two.
Recognising that government
must have a head, they appointed
and sustained a king for that pur
pose. Those who did not approve
of the selection and appointment of
ministers to him, and to them the
appointment of subordinate officials,
naturally expecting the choice to
fall on honest and competent men
in every case, who shall manage
affairs and administer the govern
ment purely in the interests of the
This leads up to the main point,
which is, that the people who have
established government for tho pur
poses of order, security, protection,
&c, also provide the means for its
support. They pay all the salaries
and contribute every cent of money
that goes into the Government chest.
The Government lias no money of
its own, and no means of getting
any independent of the people.
Now, is it not reasonable for those
who subscribe tho cash to require its
expenditure in accordance with their
wish? Is it not reasonable for them
to demand its disbursement for their
benefit? And is it not wrong and un
ju3l to take their hard-earned coin
and fritter it away on objects that
are of no use whatever to them ? The
people's wish has been haughtily
spurned, their benefit sadly neglect
ed, and their money turned into
channels they never intended. They
have much cause for dissatisfaction
with their Government, which the
Government knows, though unwill-
ing to confess the facts.
A timber ticspasa cubo in Monta
na, which wan decided against the
Government, has been reversed by tho
.Supreme Court of tho Territory. Tho
Government nued Williams it Smith
for $1 12,000 damages.
ON THURSDAY, MAY 26th,
At 10 o'clock n, hi,, at tho storo of M.
ItOSENTIIAI. & CO., Paiko Illock,
Xuuiinu street, wo will sell at Public
Auction the bahiuce of Stock, consist
Lump and Chandeliers,
Hocks and Stockings, I.aco Curlnins,
Wool and Straw Huts,
While and Coloieil Shirt?,
Cases of China Teas!
o:ni3 ii-.vl.jl, safe:
niaek Walnut Olllcc Desk,
Olllcc Hailing, T.iblej, etc., elc, otc.
ZW All goods to bo mid without re
serve. E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
15 It Auctioneers
Bnrrett line instituted a suit against
the American Institute at London
for malicious pioseculion, and lays
his damages at $50,000.
Col. Laiuout bays President Clove
land is in good condition and no
fears need be expressed for his health.
Ho takes sufficient exercise.
Tho Gorman Government has con
sented to take part in the interna
tional eonfeieneo on the sugar pre
miums, proposed by England.
Special Salo of
Fine Foreign Ferns
On Thursday, May 20th,
At 12 noon, I will soil nt public unction
nt my Sc$ Koom,
ABOUT 50 POTS OF
ST Terms Cash.
liKWIM .1. IjEVHY,
1 1 2t Auctioneer
lty order of JOS. P. MENDONCA,
Administrator of tho Estntu of Domingo
Lope. Itiimns, lato of Honolulu, de
ceased, I will sell nt Public Auction,
ON TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1887
At li! nonn, in front of my salesrooms
Cor. Fort nml Queen Sts.
5 Yoke Working Oxen
Well broken, and
1 Bullock Cart, Yokes & Chains
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
45 41 Auctioneer.
I inn instructed by Mr. 0. 1). Frcelh
to oiler for Milu at public auction, nt my
On Wednesday, June 1st,
At 12 noon, hit very desirable
There is nn abundant supply of Fresh
Waler, and n -line opportunity for Sea
Utithing, nt 1 lie tear of the dwelling.
The grounds nro nicely laid out and
planted with trees and (lowers.
There lire ulo
Large Stables and Barn.
Servant's room, &c.
Plan of tho properly can be fern at
my olllcc, untl lor further pailloulars
apply to Mr. Freclh, at the office of
Macfarlnne it Co.
Terms inndii known nt tini Ttf sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
14 (it Auctioneer.
rpiIE Ft'NEItAL of tins Into Ml-s
JL ADKLAIDl-: AMELIA KALANI
NUIEHE1AMOKU LaZAKUS, will
tnku pliitu liom her Into residence, 12J1
Ucrctnulu street, on
Friday, May 27th, at 1 :30 p.m.
Friends nml acquaintances arc repu:t.
fully invited to attend.
Having secured the
of tin so Islutid-t for the
Perfection Stamping Outfit Co.
All orders for pnmo will be filled on ar.
rival of steamer Australia, May til, lti87.
Parties who have already ordered will
please uall for same at my stoic.
J. H. SOPER,
i'i! Merehant street.
On Art and Travel.
Bf Prif. Sifliiey Dlcliason
M. A., of Ilnston.
Under the aucplces of tho Y. M. 0. A.,
in heir Hall, on tho Kvenlugs of
May 26th, and 30th,
Al 7:30 ji. in.
Nhesu famous lectin cs are Illustrated
by ii powerful Slrreoptlcon and havo
I'lion delivered with gicit siirtvfs in the
leiiiliug.cllk's of tho United Stales.
The views mo rurc, and many of them
are bi'iiutilully colored by the bct ar
tists ol Paris nnd London,
Sinalo Tickets, U 71
Cou'isu Tickets, :.' 00
For sulo at tho h )oktores,and ol ilie Y.
.l. 0. A. Kiiterliiiiiuieni Committee,
THE FOLLOWING CHANGE HAS
taken placo In tho Copnitncrship
of W. II.' Djniels and Comnany ofWai.
Illicit, Maui; W- II, Ctimmlngs 1ms pur
chased thu iptcrcst of W. II, ICiiiiiu in
ftilil copartnership llspropetly audbuel.
Tlie linn now contistR of W. II. Daniels
mill W. II. Ciimmlngs.
AV. II. DANIELS it Co.
Honolulu, May 1J 1867. 35 2w
Kaietaelia Day H
Fourth Annual Meeting'
Haw'n Jockey Club
T.) ho held nt Knp o a ii I'i rk,
June IQth and 1 1th
Official Programmes of Races
First Bay, June 10th, 1887.
Uncus to commenc..' at I'.' noon.
ttt. Honolulu Plato, $50
Running K:ico; . mllu dash:
Hawaiian hrcd hnrsm.
2nd. Reciprocity Plato, $100
Running Race; 4 mile diishj open
3rd. Oceanic Purso. $100
Mile bents; b.-t !) In Ti; to harness;
lieu tor all.
4th. Walkapu Cup, $100 added
Running Ruoc; mllo dash; open
to all; winner to beut the record uf
"May D" 1:1!).
5lh. Breeder's Plato, $75
Runtime; ltace; mile dash; fur all
0 vein- olds.
6th. Hawaiian Plato, $75
Running Race; mllo dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
races to commence, at 10:!J0 a.m. sharp.
1st. The Queen's Plato, $75
Itunning Knee; J. mile dash; f.ee
2nd. Kamehanieha Plate, $150
Hunning Race; 2 mllu dash; fiee
3rd. Kalakaua Purso, $150
'I rutting Kucu; mile heats; best 2 in
:t; to huriicbs; open to all.
4th. His Majesty's Cup, $100 added.
Itunning liuv; 1 mile ilnh; for
Hawaiian bred horms; mviutl by
members of the Jockey Club.
5lh. Hosila Challenge Cup, $100 addoil
Illuming Uncc; mile i iih; winner
lo beat the record i f "Angle A."
1 :15J made June 11!, 183IS. Cup lo
be run for annually, and to be lid I
bv tho winnei until his time is Inn
ten at a meeting of tho .foekej Club.
Open to all.
Cth. Tho King's Plate, $100
Trotting Iticu; for Hawaiian bled
horses only; mile heats; best Iwo in
thine; to harness.
7lh. Novelty Race, $100
I mMRtliK.il '.running; lstquiirtir$2."",
H mllo 925
1 mile -'
?,' mile )?-'5
Open to nil lliiwiili.iii bred hone".
8th. Jockey Club Post Match,
Sweepstakes, S20, and sJ'.O added.
Swuispstnks Tio'Ung or Paring
Itncu; best 2 in It: free f. r all homes
who have not a leeoid ol :i nil lis. or
better. To li'iliivtn by. members
of thu Jockey L'luh. "V
9th. Pony Raco, 75
Itunning Hiee: 1 mile (I isb; i p'.-n
to only 11 tv ni Inn bud horis, noi
over 14 hinds, and net under it yrs.
old; catch wcie.li .
All entries lo cIom: at 12 o'clock noon,
on Mnmlay June (J li 18S7, at the olllie
of Hie t-cci I'ttii y, and all entrance lees to
be 10 per cent, uuli,9 olherwli-u spcbill.
ed. All linn to lie run or trotted under
theriilcn ol the Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission ,"0 cimiIi cni'h
To (.5 rami S.utul, i x rn ..50 rents mid $
Ciurnigu- inside of Course.. .'J.'0 uicb
Quuiler Stielch llidge IJS.CO eiich
C. 0. BERGEB, Secretary. H. J.C.
Oi account of the prevalence In
the United States of America of tho
disease " Contagious I'lcitra-pneti.
inonia of Cnlllo," notice Is hereby
given Unit all cittle arriving In this
Kingdom from uny part of the
abovemcntloued country, will be
liable to a Quarantine of not less
than Ninety (90) Days, and possl.
lily for a longer period, according
to Section IV Chapter XXIX of the
KcvUcd Liw or 1834.
Hy order of Ihu Hoard of Inspect
4 2vr Executive Inspector.
H. C. SHELDON
Has opened u
IN WAlLUKb, MAUI,
and is picpaied to build
Sugar Wagons, Improved stylo,
2-whccl Dump Carts.
Goosonock Sugar Wagons,
Duckboards, Brakes, Expresses,
Sugar Coalers, luico Tanks, &c.
IIii'hu Shoeing ti SpeeluUy.
Fortl0 cnuYenleiieo of tint nu'b'lc ho
will Mini n loyto Kiiliuliii, Sproekcls.
lllo and l'.il.t on 'I ui'Hhiy mid Frlilny-;
iiiul lo Wiiihcc nml Wi-lkujin on Wid.
netdays and Satuidiys. 4U2w
A MASTEK MECHANIC willing lo
MX. apprenllco an intelligent i'ortu. i
itcso boy of 15, will find onu who speaks j
I'ingllNli, atii lias ucep inrotigii inu cie
mciitniy school course, by applying nt
this olllcc.' )!) lw
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X ndvetllso In the Daily Bum.uin.
MR. 11. J. HART,
Elite See Cream Parlors,
His leliirnel fioui .nui Krijii I co nu I linvlnx
Secured the mmvUth di' a First-Class Paslry Cook,
v h'ch I'tii.b it I lie "Elite," moro tlinn over, to nuike n
Superior quality of all kii.tta of Ico Cream, Sherbets,
Water I s, &i
Our I'nnr.v Cuki-H nro tho l'rltlc of Honolulu,
And we lniUc ueiy dny Liuly Finger?, Macaroons, Drop Cakes, Coco Dip?, and
many tilhei kinds ton numerous to mention.
Spongo. Fount!. Fruit nml Jelly Cnkcct alwny on linnil,
or inndt to older on hoit notice, In uny style.
A floe lino of Choice Candles always in stock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
The public U Invited to Inspect our slock and store, whtch is now hi fine order.
The Elite lee Cream Parlors,
HART & BTEINEK, Proprietors,
Mutual T elc. 3.",S 2?" Open dailv until 11 p. m.- Hell Tele. 182.
Hell Tel. aH. 3Iitttinl Tel. 1.
i.o. nox tin.
tad Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nine Cottages to Let or Lcaso in delight
ful locations, within uay rcueii of llio
business part of thu city, with accommo
dations suited to nny rctuilrimcnt and
on most favotable terms.
Thrco Lodging Establlthmcnli lor Sale
nil paying handsomely.
The "Old Corner," at Xuuiinu and
Queen Sheets, for sale nnn of the be.-t
builnesi stands in the cliy.
Thrco Pieces of Real Estato In this di.
trlel, ouulde of the city, for sub or
To Lot Two count,1''' pie ianly situated
on the Hank if 1'u c'ibowl Hill, to.
wards M.nkiki, onu mile fiom llio V.
O; tltl glrf il accommodations for
To Let A rotlnpe with large yard loom
and stable ucroinmodiition 'for a num.
In r of horses.
For Salo or Loaso. Lot 1!'(l ft. I y 0", ft. I
Knsterly rnrnor of Foil ami M'liool ,
streets. Water hid of. Title perfect.
One of the finest building tltei In the
Lease cl Fish fond lor Sale. A raie up
piutiuiiiy I now ollercd to seruru a I
long t:iu of one of thu lnt'st prolitn.
blr lUb pom's In tlih disiriel Alarge I
outlay but lately beiu made for Ini
piovi'imnt', anil'tbc pioperly is in tine j
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
Unrivalled Opportunities for profit
Full particulars given upon applica.
tlon til tlie Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Wanted Immediately. Kfvu troivl cnrpei
teas can llnd iiiiplnyim-ut at oiuon
ni'plii a'ion at 11. u neeniiv. None but
louipi'ii'iii wirkuii'u in oil apply.
Situation Wanted. I5y a piacl-nl cngl-iii-i!',
who i sin givj llio best of refer
cures. Situations Wanted. By thrco men as liml.
Icrs and u. nil help will liuiku
thumselvas useful in doiug the chores
in n rivato family.
Situation Wanteaas hnuckei per or nutso
by a white lady, of e.speriencu in both
i ap.tcilloi. Would i.cjepi u position
ii a ladies' tinvclmg c unpauinu and
First-class Hook-keepers, Carpenters,
Steward, Conks, Nur-c tint) other
skllltil labor dcs'.rlnir iiuploymeiit.
NICK FUItNIS-'HEl) FllONT
mom nt N. 4 Garden Lane. 04
Just Landed !
13 " IIcrculcH."
in 10 gallon drums,
Just the tiling for Plantation uc.
Boiled Linseed Oil !
in 0 gallon Patent Drums.
Bon Machinery Oil
in (J gallon Patent Drums.
Sxif These drums, when emptied, aro
con vc i Utile Into buckets.
tSTFiir sale at Lowest rules at
F. A. Schaefer & Co's.
and other buses of help
furnished promptly by
J. E.BROWN & CO.,
CMf 2S Merchant stiiiet
II ivttig bold my Exprcm lliisl
ncss and gond-wlll to Mr M. N.
S uhU'Is, on nt count ol Intended
di'jiailuiu fiom thu Kingdom,
I hereby request nil cluiins
agaiiisl mu to bo presented by
the ir.tb of May, and all bills
owing mo to bo paid by tho 1st
of Juno, 1837,
2Q 3w F. II. OF.DINO.
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN -The
JL most popular paper piibjlshed,
i TT lft,h'ljftalll i ''rt lldf
Hell Tel. 172.
Mutual Tel. !172.
, 0. Box 1107.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Heal Estate Apis, Etc.,
Ofl'cr the followliu;:
To Lot. Shop in new brick building on
King street, near Kiiuanu, next to
Chinese News Co.'s olllccs. Kent very
Rooms to Rent Furnished in tho lest
To Lei. A 0-roomcd Cottage, with kitchen
attached ; upper end of Nuuanu
Avenue, opposite "Valley Home," In
excellent older. Ealh and water con.
Mud nces. Hcut Slf.
To Let. a pleasantly sl'uatcd residence,
comprising two enttngew, ouihousci,
etc., on l'auoa road, near Punchbowl
street. Kent very low to meet the
Hauso and Lot for Sale. Very desirable
lcsldcnce on lleretiuila Street. The
hoii'-o contains -1 Ucdronms, Parlor,
Dining-room,- l'anlry, Kitclicn nml
llaihroom, Alosqulto juoof. IIouso
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 150 feet with privilego cf
buying next lot. Will lie sold cheap.
For Sale or Lcaso -With immediate pos
session, that valuable estate known as
thu NUUANU VALLEY KaNCH.
sliuatitl in llio Xutianu Valley. 2J
miles from tho cliy, nnd undoubtedly
tho most eligible site for n milk or
nilllc nnd butter dairy In tlilsKhmdom.
'I ho oliove splendid property maybe
had on easy terms.
For Salo A sp'cudid property of over 5
acres of hind oil Lllihii Street; un
livalled iu a site for a gentleman's
residence. An early application nec
essary lo purchase in a single lot. For
particulars apply to J: E. llrown & Co.
Wanted A respectable woinnn as house
keeper and nurse in a small family.
Situations wanted by
And other clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Slreet.
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just the tiling to make buckets uf
when empty. For sale hy
4 Jim A. W. PIERCE&CO..
For 2 Ms Only!
Our Semi Annual
will take pluco
All our rtnnnuntsj will be
plitcoil on tho counter, ami
mtirkotl -way down.
In Ladies' trimmed and
untrimiued hats avo ai'o
prepared to oiler Big Bar
tfitiiis. JtenuuuitH la all depart
ments. Come and see what wo
oiler you next Monday.
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Loading Millinery House.
Cor. Fort dt Hotel Streets.
m .& ONK 0001) SOUND
lC k v Y fmolly Mnrc) pcrfsctly
VTir'u1l Ul,fu l" lrive by ladies
u. Apply i
At No. 70 Queen St.
-i I . V'.IYA lltfAl" iHVl'il.rYf-,; ' - ,fr . . , i ,na ,..,! M
jMjMMNjMtwnWftjM yh HM Jf y ' 'Jil j
Anstraliau Mail Servico
FOR SAN FI1AXCISCO,
Tho now nml fire Al flccl steamship
Of tlii'i'ciiiiilcSiihih hlptVtnpiiiy wi'l
Loiliionl I ot nil. u rrnm fjtli.'ey
nti'l Ai.oi.l nd c'l i iiLoui
June 3rd, 1887,
And will leave for 111-above port nlth
liiiillb n..d pussitigcls on tr uuout that
For fiolghl or pnssage, having BU-
PEKIOll ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. 0. IEWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new aud line Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic 8tenmhlp Company, wilt
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sun
Francisco on or about
June 10th, 1887,
And will havo prompt dhpatch with
innlls nnd pnssungcis for tho above port.
For freight or passage, having BU-
PEKIOll ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
:i7 WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Amenta.
At the lowest figure, of tho finest qual
Warranted genuine, made of tho pure
juice only and guaranted to stand
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not deteriorate in qunllty for any
number of years. Largo cpuaniitics ex
ported every year, by some ot the lurg.
est commercial firms of this city, to dit
fercnl parts of tho United States nnd
tho German Empire.
MANUKACTUIIEU AT THK
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
Xtabllslieil in 1SOU.
Practical Confectioner, Pcstry Cook
Hotel, bet. Xuunnu nnd Fort Hta.
Both Telephones No. 74. 01
Having sccurcil the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
He will In future attend to the wnnta of
my patrons in the Billiard Koom.
o. j. McCarthy.
Carriages nt ull Iioiiih, dny and night.
Saddle Horses, Buggies, Wugonettes nnd
Village Carfs wiiu stylish and gentle
horses to let.
A few Horse?, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts and Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply to
HULKS & I1AYLKY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Vomer ofXuuanu & Hotel HtrcetM.
KING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This ('arilngd Company has been re
cently organized, ninl guarantees lo
fiirnl-h good conveyances, irustwcrthy
drlveis. nud will make no cxtoitiomUo
All calls will ho ptomptly uttecded to,
Cottage to Rent
AND FUKNITUKK FOR SALE
Low lent; furnitiiro nt a bargain.
Kor piirticulars rnqitlretf Jno, Mnoon,
Agent, Merchant street. 27 tf
FOR SALE !
ONK LAHOK I Ol'. ron er Pcnunpolo
and Ltiiinllln trtfl , which ran bo
divided into two or more building lot.
Enrpiiro of G. "WEST,
1051 Of "West, Dow & Co.
AN INVALID OIIAIH, largo bIzc.
Perfectly new. Finished in fine
style, with book rest and commotio at
tachment. Address " X," tills olllco
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 column, f 3 per eunum,
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