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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
BanU of Calilbrnla, N. IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
Messrs. N, M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commorolal ;Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Chrlatchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia,
torla, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
ridged tn neither Sect cor Fart;.
Bit eiUblliheil lor the benefit of all.
MONDAY, MAY 80. 1887.
WHAT ARE YOU .GROWLING ABOUT?
" What arc you newspaper fel
lows growling about? What do you
want, anyhow? Arc you trying to
get into olllce yourselves? You are
just like hungry dogs, and would
stop your barking if a bonis or n bit
of meat were thrown to you. You
arc missionaries, and nothing will
satisfy you but a missionary gov
ernment. The present government
is the best the country has ever had,
and you had better be satisfied with
it, for you will get no change.
Nobody cares for your newspnper
The foregoing is a little speech
which was delivered by a Govern
ment spy to the editor of this paper,
this morning. The gentleman is
usually self-possessed, non-committal,
and apparently uuconcerned
about public matters. On this oc
casion, however, he forgot himself,
lost his temper, and tried to keep
up his courage by a little boisterous
talk, which would be more apparent
to readers if the speech had been
reported precisely as delivered. The
general sense has been preserved,
but a few trebly-underlined adjec
tives omitted, Jov the sake of de
cency. As this gentleman repre
sents the ruling faction, in whose
interest he was speaking, we deem
it expedient to make a brief review
of his speech.
Wc would remark, in the first
place, that his concluding sentence,
"that nobody cares for the news
paper talk," is a palpable false
hood ; for if true, why should our
friend get so excited about that
"talk?" When a man gets milled
by "newspaper talk," it is evident
that he, at least, "cares" about it,
and if he cares about it, it is rea
sonable to assume that his friends
arc affected in a similar way.
With regard to the admonition to
be satisfied with the Government as
it is, ou the ground that no change
can be effected, wc would refer back
to an article which appeared in this
paper a few weeks ago, bearing
upon this hainc subject, and reite
rate wh.it wc then said : three
"'courses arc open to us, to bend, to
break, or to conquer. The Hist we
most positively decline, the second
has not yet come to pass, and the
third we shall most assuredly
achieve, or "break" in the attempt.
None but a fool or a knave
would dare say that "the present
government is the best the country
has ever had," and the uttercr of
this sentence is certainly much more
of the latter than of the former.
There was a time when the govern
ment of this country was as puro
and honorable as the purest and
roout honorablo, though perhaps less
liberal than any wc should ever
desire to sou in power again. But
the government of the past few
years, up to the present, is the most
shamelessly corrupt ami dishonor
able that ever cursed any portion of
God's earth. Surely it is not neces
sary to again recapitulate the long
list of disgraceful misdoings, with
the notorious opium bribe capping
the whole !
We are not missionaries, as
charged, and have no connection
with those honorable men ; neither
do we desire n missionary govern
ment. The mission of missionaries
is to preach the Gospel, and not to
trouble about political matters. Let
it bo understood, however, that our
experience of missionaries in this
country, both Protestant and Catho
lic, has been of an agreeable nature.
We havo invariably found them to
be good, earnest, and honest men.
Sorry wc cannot bear "the same tes
timony of many of thoso who speak
disrespectfully of them. Moreover,
the missionary power, which at one
time directed the government of
this country, disappeared long ago,
and has never controlled public
affairs since Dr. Hutchinson became
IBHwa 'I, wgwt-MBiaimBffftitMiy
ft Cabinet Minister. Those who
contend for the contrary show their
extreme ignorance of the country's
Aa to the newspapers being like
hungry dog9 craving for a bono,
and trying to get into ofllcc them
selves now, really, speaking lor
ourselves, we must say that our ex
cited friend is rather at sea. We
are not in want of a bone, nor a
piece of meat. We neither ask nor
desire it. It would not stop our
moutlit if it were thrown to us. Wc
speak our own convictions, for our
selves, and take dictation from no
one. "Wc believe our views are cor
rect, and present them on our own
responsibility, regardless' of conse
quences. Until it can be shown
clearly and unmistakably that wc
arc wrong, wc arc not likely to
cease. A bone, or a score of bones,
will have no intlucncc in the matter
whatever. Nor have the honors
and emoluments of olllce any attrac
tion for us. We havo declined them
before, and should do precisely the
same thing again under a recurrence
of the same circumstances.
In conclusion, wc will endeavor,
in lew words and as plainly as pos
sible, to tell the gentleman whose
speech wc have been commenting
on, and his friends, what wc do
want, and what every honest man in
the community wants. A govern
ment of, by, and in the interests of
tito people. Neither a missionary,
nor an anti-inissionnrj government.
A government concerned only for
the public good, and using its best
and constant endeavors for that end.
A government that will be careful to
iill all places of trust witli men of
competence and character, for ever
shutting out imbeciles and rogues.
An honest, conscientious, honorable
government, who will use the public
money for the public good only.
Wc care not who is in or who is
out, so long as the ins are of the
character just now indicated. This
is what wc want nothing more and
nothing less. It is what wc, the
people, have a perfect right to, and
have made up our minds that our
rights shall be respected. Corrup
tion and insolence may offer a des
perate oppostion, but the elements
against them arc too strong, and
the strong will conquer, never fear.
MEMORIAL SERVICE TO-NIGHT.
At tho Hawaiian Opera lloiiso to
night at 7:110 to-night, the literary
and musical exercises in honor of
America's patriot dead gives promise
of being of unuunl merit ami in
tost. Home of the popular war wings
will lie sung by u cliouis of cliidrcn.
li of. Yanidley'o choir will lender
some lino music, Mrs. AV. L. Hopper
will give a lending, and Air. R. Jay
Gieeuu tho popular and witty soldior
oiator will deliver a brief oration.
WHIT SUNDAY AT THE R. C.
Yesterday, "Whit Sunday, was
duly commemorated at the Roman
Catholic Cathedral. The Right
Reverend the llisliop of Olba cele
brated high pontifical mass, at 10
o'clock a. m., assisted by the Very
Rev. Father Leonore, assistant
priest, Rev. Father Clement, dea
con, and Father Sylvester, sub-deacon.
The mass of the Iloly Ghost
was splendidly rendered. The St.
Louis College Band ably led tho
music, and excelled themselves.
After mass the sacrament of bap
tism was administered to 8 child
ren and 10 adults. At 3 o'clock in
the afternoon the sacrament of con
firmation was administered to about
10 candidates. From threo to four
hundred communicants attended at
low mass early in the morning.
Overflowing congregations were pre
sent at all the services.
Tho baseball match at Mnkiki
.Saturday afternoon, between tho
Honolulu! and Benedicts, lesulted in
a victory for tho foinior. K. P. Low
pitched for tho IIoiiolulus and
Robt. Parker for tho Benedicts. At
tho close of tbu game tho Hoiioliilus
were 25 and tho Benedicts 8. Dining
the play tho Hawaiian Band dis
couieed splendid music. Tho attend
ance of spectators was very huge.
L'-UI U-ll.J. '..IJ-
A RUNAWAY. .
Another addition to tho long list
of runaways chronicled this year
took place on Saturday afternoon,
tho result being a narrow escape to
a woman and a boy from bcrious if
not fatal injury. Rev, J), Keawea
mahi, formerly pastor at Wailuku,
had left his hors-o nnd buggy at tho
side of the street by Mr. L. Adlcr's
shoe store. A native woman nnd
her little boy were driving down the
street in u brake, wlion their horse
took fright and bolted. Tho brake
collided with Keaweamnhi's buggy,
completely wrecking it. Jt next
fouled a milk waggon which also
started off on a run along Queen
street towards Maunnkca street
where it was caught. The woman
and boy were thrown out of tho
brako and the horse broke away
clear of the wreckage. The woman
was assisted to the Old Corner whero
she rested until ablo to bo taken
home. She was seriously shaken
up but not severely injured.
rNFORMATinj? IS RKOUESTF.l)
1. nlimu Willifim Tlmpru uf riscl
who left bore in th G -rman Bm k "Faifit
BUmurck'Mn July 18SG.
Tut: Ukkmap Cossulate.
HonMiilu, M'.v 1'87. ! t
E. STARKE HLQUI HW AI LBKNK
vo em pa tii'i) not to believe Hie
stories or hid wife wl'hont d cnnulry.
10 It P 0 B.T.
A LL PERSONS
x- from liaTlug any dealings
any person excepting All in a uiiinn
man, with regard to the crops or other
nioperty of the Kidauao Rico riauiatlou
In Ewn, doing liuslnoes under the name
of Sun Wo snug Company, as no one
else has any authority. AH unnsactlous
nieent. will Ills consent will bo void and
any property thus transferred, liable to
Win. R. CASTLE.
.Mortgage of said Plantation.
Dated Honolulu May :10th 1887. 40 lw
SEVERAL PARTIES BEING UN.
dcr the Imp cssl n that the dl-.i
inond and other Jewelry which is to lio
offered at ptilille auction on Thursday
nixt by Ij. J. Levey Auctioneer, conies
from the llrm of Geo. Grccn.wolg &
Co of San FinncNco, Ibis Is to inform
Ihc public that wo have, nothing what
ever to do with said jewelry, and do not
place our goodinlimblin unction.
GEO. GREEN55WEIO & Co.
Honolulu, May 30th 18S7. !! It.
rpilE BLACKSMITH SHOP IN THE
JL new Inluk hlilldixg on Klngslicct
near Ntiunuti, lecently occupied by Mr.
O. T. Iloyt. Opposite old station house,
i'or particulars apply lo
.'IDtf .1. E. BROWN & CO.
Go as YouPlease!
ON THURSDAY EVENING
the "Go as you please" walking match
will coalmen' e In the spacious tent In
rear of thcvShootiiig Gallcry,and will lie
continued on Friday nud Miitiii'riiij'
nights, fliiMiingeaoh night at 11 o'clock
sharp slim p.
Tho prlm to bo given will ho '2, lf,
and 10 per cent of the ga o money, to be
given respectively to the tlrst, second
Entries will cloe at 2 o'clock on
Thursday afternoon at tho Pavilion.
AdinlNMloii !i!S etH; Children 10 cIh.
FOR SALE !
Departure Bay Coal
For family use.
In T-iots to Suit,
Allen & Robinson's
48 tit Strict.
Dr. F.L. Minor.
TX7"1LL UK AT THE OFFICE OF
Vt Dr. Biodio until Xovrinhe-r lM,
when he will take possession of the
Mnkcc residence. Olllce Hours from 8
lo 10 a. in. from-2 to 4 and from 0 to 8
p. in .Mutual Telephone S3 1. !m 48.
rMiywieiim aud Murcou,
Taking lliu place of Dr. Goto,
Will treat Leprosy alter Dr. Goto's Method.
Olllce hours at KaUaako ftoin II to 11
a. in., eviry day, except Sunday.
Will visit patients at tlielr lesidcnce,
All other diseases treated at his ollloo
comur of Punchbowl and Beretiinin Sis.
Ollicii hours 1 to ii p, in ; On Sundays
& to 12 ii. in.
Bell Telephone No. JIS7. 48.
FOR SALE !
NE LAUGE LOT, corner Pemncola
and Luiiallln SK, which can bo
divided Into two or more building lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
1054 Of West, Dow & Co.
A NICK FURNISHED FRONT
room lit No. 4 Garden Lain-. 01
For Sale or Lease.
rpiIOSE IMtKMLSES SITUATED ON
JL Funahou Street called "Kanauilo.
lila," the pioperty of 0. II. Judd, aio for
salo or for lease lor a term of ycius.
For pailiculars liKjulrn of
ALEX. J. UAHTWItlGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13. I860. lf.03
TN TJIK MIJPJKKMSl G'OllltT
JL of the Hawaiian Uland. In the
matter of A1CAHAI (eh), of Onomea,
Hilo Hawaii against whom a petition for
adjudication wjs tiled on tho 21st day of
March, 1837, in eaid Com t. In Bankrup
tcy. Before Hon. E. Preston,
The 25th day of May, 1SS7.
Upon reading tho said petition, and
upon proof boforu mo taken, I do find
that the said AICAIIAI (ch), has beeouio
a bankrupt within the truo intent
and meaning of tho Act approved on Iho
29th day of August, 1S81, entitled "An
Act to regulate proceedings In Bank,
ruplcy in the Hawaiian Islands."
And 1 do hciohy declare aud adffdgu
him a bankrupt accordingly.
And I do further order that tho credi
tor of thu mid bankrupt come In and
prove their debts bclore such .his.
lice of the Supreme Court as shall be
sitting in Chambers nt Alllolani Hale,
Honolulu, on lliu Kith day of June
1837, between the hours of ten o'clock
111 Iho foienoou and noon of the
tald day, and elect one or moro nssignco
or assignees of the said bniiUiupt citato.
And that notice thereof bo published
in lliu Dai'iV UiiM.H-iiN, and awm'inu
Chinese News nowspapeiB published in
Honolulu, in tho English and Chinese
And that the said bankrupt shall im.
mediately lllo with thu Clerk of this
Honorablo Court a tclicdulu of his cred
itors and assets, as required bv lliu said
Act. E. PHKSTtfN,
lustlcu of the Supremo Court.
Attest: Wiluam Fostj:ii.
2d Deptily.Clerk. 47 lOtmwf
- lJ.KMilltJt' - LlXl,'l'Jtl5Ji''lUJ '.""AU'lB1
At '0 ul .nit, n in,
A th" rtsld.niT . f DR. W B McAI.
113 Ell, i omit f For ami Uowlct ,
tlpnlulis W- wl 1 s II ft Publl Auc
tion tl.e nit rj llojtiihuht Futulu.n,
GEN ER RUGS,
MARBLE TOP CENTER TABLE,
Curptt Rocl.in, lLu ging Lamp',
Ono Upholstered Lounge !
Double bedstead, Bureau,
Pictures, Ourlaius, Lambrequins,
etc. o!e etc.
ADAMS & CO.,
At 10 o'clock a. in ,
At the residence of REV. E-.0. OCGEL.
(Hobron 1 r nilscs) Niiuauu Acuue,Wc
-will sell at Public Auction tho entire
Household Furniture, compiling
One Upholstered Parlor Set !
Black Walnut Whatnot,
1 Painting "Japanese Lily,"
Hanging Limps, Lace Curtains,
B. W. I. T. Bedroom Set!
Sofa Bugs, Miscellaneous Books,
Black AVulnilt Des ,
Silver and Plated Waie,
B. W. Extension Table,
Marble Top Sideboard,
Ono Webster's Dictionary and Stand
KITCHEN STOVE AND UTENSILS, ETC.
E. P. ADAJMS & Co.
Fourth Animal Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Club
To be held at Kapiolaui Park,
June IQth and 1 1th
Official Programme of Races
First Day, June 10th, 1887.
Kaccs to commence nt 12 noon.
Honolulu Plato, $50
Illuming llaco; J mile tliioh: for
Hawaiian bred horses.
2nd. Reciprocity Plato, $100
Running llace; milu dash;
3rd. Ocoanic Purso, $100
Trotting Ttaco, Mile heats; best 3 in
5; to harness; free for all.
4th. Walkapu Cup, $100 added
Running lia'io; . wile dusli; open
to all; winner to neat the record of
"MayD" 1:1 P.
5tli. Brcodor's Plato, 75
Running Race; milo dash; for all
H year olds.
6th. Hawaiian Plato, $75
Running Ilucu; mile dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
races to commence at 10 :S0 am. sharp.
1st. Tho Queen's Plato, $75
Running Race; j milo dash; free
2nd. Kamchamcha Plato, $150
Running Race; 2 mile dash; free
3rd. Kalakaua Purso, $150
Trotting Race; mile heals; best 2 in
!i; to harness; open to all.
4th. His Majesty's Cup, $100 added.
Running Rico; X milu dash; for
Hawaiian bred horsis; owned by
members of the Jockey Club.
5th. Rosila Challcnno Cup, 100 added
Running Race; mile dash; winner
lo beat tho record of "Anglo A."
l-A5 made Juno 12, 18S0. Cup to
be run for annually, and to bu held
by the wlnnet until his time is but
ton at a meeting of thu Jockey Club.
Open to all.
Gth. Tho Kino's Plato, $100
Trotting Race; for Hawaiian bred
horses only; milu heats; best two in
thiee; to lmnus-i.
7th. Novolty Raco, $100
1 milcdni-h; running; l8t(iunrtcr$25
y, mjle 825
f mile .'5
Olaii lo nil Hawaiian bred horsei.
Gth. Jockey Club Post Match,
Smu btulii'H, 820, and i0 added,
hwoi'pstaks Ttoitlng or Pacing
Racu; best 2 tn U: free for all hoi sen
who havu not a record of !l miu?. or
better. To Lo driven by members
of thu Jockey Club.
9th. Pony Raco, $75
Running Race: 1 milu diish;cpou
to only Hawaiian bred hoes, not
ovur 14 hands, and not under it yrs.
old; catch weights.
All entries to close at 12 o'clock noon,
on Monday Juno Oth 1887, at the olllce
of tho Becretaiy, and all entrance- tees to
bu 10 per cent, unless otherwise epeclfl.
ed. All laces to bo run or trotted under
Olenites of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission "0 cents eacli
To Grand Siand, extra... CO cents and $1
Cairiages inside of Courso... $2,150 each
Quarter Stretch Badges $5.00 each
C, 0- BERGEB, Secretary, H. J.O.
By order of JOS P. MEN DONG A
A i iii itili ititiir of the K-lntti of Doming'
Lopez Unions, Inti; of II no'ulil, (li
eu s d, I will -ell nt Pub lo Au-ilon,
ON TUESDAY, MAY 31. 1887
At 12 ro in In fion'of myaleroonn
Cor Fo t nt tl Qietn SU.
5 Yoke Working Oxen
Well b 'oken, and
1 Bullock Cart, Yokes & Chains
tar TERMS CASH.-tBK
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
45 4t Auctioneer.
I am Instructed by Mr. G. D. Ficeth
to oiler fm- snlc nt public auction, at my
On Wednesday, June 1st,
At 12 noon, his very desliahle
There Is an abundant supply of Fresh
Water, and a lino opportunity for Sea
Bathing, at the irar of thu dwelling.
The grounds are nicely laid out and
plantid wilh trees and (lowers.
There arc also
Imrgo Stables aiulliarn.
Servant's loom, &c.
Plan of Iho properly can lie .seen at
my olllce, and for further pailiculars
apply to Mr. Freclh, nt the olllce of
Macfarlauu & Co.
Terms mailu known at tint of Mile.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
41 01 Auctioneer.
Special Sale of
I havo received instructions to Fell at
public auction at my sales room, Ma
sonic Building, on
June 2nd, nt 2 o'clock,
A largo and valuable assortment of
Comprising ns follows:
Gent's Diamond Masonic Breastpin
Ladies' Dlmnoiul Spray I Ins
Gent's Breastpins, Intaglio & Diamonds
Gent's Solitaire Diamond Rings
Gent's Clustered Diamond Rings
Ladies lfalf-hoop Diamond Rings
Ladle.-.' Emerald and Diamond Rings
Ladies' Ruby mid Diamond Rings
Gent'n Solitaire S.ipphlie Kings
Ladies' Solitaire Diamond Ear-rings
Gunt'h Solitaire Diamond Studs
Ladies' Sliver Bangles, Lockets, Neck
Chains, Bracelets mid Ear-rings, In
full suits of silver.
And other articles ton numerous to men
tion. Every article guaranteed as re
presented. Ladles attending this falo
will have tqeclal accommodation. The
whole will bo on cv ou Tuesday next,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
18 It Auctioneer.
FOR SALE BY
FOK SAN FltAKCISCO,
The now and lino Al feted steamship
Of tho Oceanic Stcaiinhip Company, will
be due at Honolulu trom Sydnoy
and Auckland on "r about
June 3rd, 1887,
And will leave for thu above port with
i malls aud passengers on or about that
For f i eight or passage, having SU.
PER10R ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
new und lino Al steel stcamshin
Of the Oceanic Steamthip Compiny, will
be due nt Honolulu from San
Francisco ou or about
June 10th, 18&7,
And will havo prompt dhpateh with
mulls and nassengeis for tho above port.
Kor freight or passage, having SU.
PERlOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
lo i iw
17 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
A MASTER MKOHANIO willing to
apprcplicu an Intelligent l'ortu
guesu boy of IB, will llnd ono who speaks
English, and has been throtmh the clc-
niontary school course, by iipplyinir at
i- w - r -
Austral Mail Service
Of the Very Best Quality Obtainable t
Having secured the privilege of the use of the GRAND
STAND, ut the Kapiolnni Race Course, at the
coming races, on the 10th and Llth
of June, will he prepared to
which he guarantees will he '
Superior to any tliere Oft'erecT
to the public before, consisting of
Ice Creams, Soda Water, Ginger Ale, , - ; .
Lemonade and Cream Drinks, v ,"" '
Strong Hot Coffee with Cream
A large assortment of Cakes, -
Ham, Bread and Butter, Sandwiches,
Roast Chicken, Turkey, Spiced Beef of the finest flavour,
Salad with jMayonaise Sauce, Pork and Beans, etc., etc,,
People visiting the Park during the races will have no
need to take their own provisions, as F. HORN promises
to sell at the lowest prices possible, so as to satisfy every
body. F. HORN, Proprietor Pioneer Steam'Candy
Factory, Bakery, and Ice Cream Parlors,
Established 8G8. t47dj No. 73 Hotel Street.
iMCIfc. W. J. HART,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Has returned from San Francisco, and having
Secured the services of a First-Class Pastry Cook,
which enables the "Elite," moro than ever, to mako a
Superior quality of all kimls of Ice Cream, Sherbets
Our Fancy Caken lire
And webakceveiy day Lady Fingers,
lining uiiiur kiiiuh i'ju numerous iu meimuu. Ji?
Sponge, l'oiiml. Frnit and Jelly CnkcM always oa hand,
or nutdo lo order on short notice, In any style. Ji
A line lino of Choice Candles always iirstocl;.
Weddings, Balls and Partiessupplied.
The public Is invited lo Inspect our stock and etorc, which Wnow iu flno order.
The Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
HART & STEINER, Proprietors,
Mil tual Tele.S38 C2T0pcu daily until 11 p. m."Qa Bell Tele. 182.
5 lm f
Uoll Tel. 34K.
al Business k
Skilled and Unskilled .Labor Furnished.
Nino Collages to Lot or Loase in delight
ful locations, within easy reacn of tho
business part of tho city, with nccommo.
dations suited to any requirement and
on most favorable terms.
Threo Lodging Establishments tor Salo
all paying handsomely.
The "Old Corner," at Nuuanu nnd
Queen Streets, for salo one of the best
business stands in the .city.
Threo Pieces of Roal Estate iu this dis
trict, outside of tho city, for salo or
To Lot Two cottages pleasantly situated
on tho Hank of Punchbowl Hill, to.
wards Mnkiki, one mile from the P.
O ; delightful accommodations for
To Lot A cottago with large yard room
and stable accommodation for n num
ber of horses.
For Sale or Lease. Lot ICO ft. by 205 ft.
Easterly comer of Foit aim School
streots. Water laid on. Title perfect.
One of the finest hcilding site iu tho
Loaso ol Fish Pond for Sale A rnro op
portunity Is now offered to secure a
long lease of one of tho most profita
ble libit ponds in this district A largo
outlay has lately been made for im
provements, and tho property is in flno
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
Unrivalled Opportunities for nrollt
Full particulars given upon applica
tion at the Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
Wanlod Immediately. Five good caipcn
tors can find employment at once on
application at thu agency. None hut
competent workmen need npply.
Situation Wanted. By n practical engi
neer, who enn give the best of refer,
Situations Wanted. By threo men as host
lers nnd general help will mako
themselves useful In doing tho chores
in a private family.
Situation Wanted ns housekeeper or iiuihu
by n white lady, of experience in both
capacities. Would accept a irosltlon
n a ladies' traveling companion and
First-class llook-kecpeis, Carpenters,
Steward;, Cooks, Nurses and other
skilled labor desiring employment.
Cottage to lienl;
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE
Low tent; furuituro nt a bargain.
For particulars enquire of J no. Magoon,
Agent, Merchant street. 27 tf
JOB PRINTING of all kinds oxc
cuted at tho Daily Bulletin OOlco
and Buns, .,,
LOOK ! -l
Ices, &c. jgb,
the I'rldc of Honolulu,
Macaroons, Drop Cakes, Coco Dips, and
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J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Real Estate Agents, Etc.,
Offer the following:
To Let. Shop in new brick building oo
King street, near Nuuanu, next to
Chinese Now bCo.'b offices. Rent very
Rooms to Rent Furnished in
To Lot. AO-roomed Cottage, with kitchen
attnehedj upper end of Nuuanu
Avenue, opposite " Valley Home," In
excellent order. Bath and water con.
venienccs. Kent $1P.
To Lot. a pleasantly sluinted residence,
comprising two cottages, outhouses,
etc., on Pauoa road, near Punchbowl
sticct. Rent very low to meet the
House and Lot lor Sale. Very desirable
residence on Berctnnia Street. The
house contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Bathroom. Mosquito proof. House
new aud well built.
Lot 100 by ICO feet with prtvlfogo of
buying next lot. Will be sold deaf
For Salo or Loaso With Immediate pos.
session, that valuable estate known as
tho NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
situated in tho Nuuanu Valley, 2
miles from tho city, and undoubtedly
the most eligible site for a milk or
milk and butter dairy In this Kingdom.
Tho above splendid properly may be
had ou easy terms.
For Salo A splendid property of over 3.
acres of land nil Lllliiu Street; un.
rivalled iu a alto for a gentleman's
residence. An enrly application nec
essary to purchase In n single lot. For
particulars apply to J. E. Brown & Co.
situations wanted by
I) i Ivors,
And other clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
Si8 Merchant Street. Ct
TF YOU WANT- A SERVANT,
X advertise in the Daily Bullktin,
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just the thing to make buckets of
when empty. For sale by
13 lm A. W. PIERCE&CO.
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