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f Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
y Draw Exohange on tho
IBank oi Callxbrnla, M. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
SMessra. N. M. Rothschild & Sou. London
vThe Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co,, of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
wiiwmiiuuivu, nun n uumKiun,
The Bank of British Columbia,
f1t.lnnt..an1. .,! XU..1 1 ! ... nt
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
' I' 'I 'IJ."L , !' , .IS
FUdged to neither Beet nor tarty.
Bat MtaMisbcd tor the benefit of nil.
TUESDAY, MAY ill.
. ,. ,.;v:,
DESTITUTE OF SHAME.
Nothing but an entire destitution
of the sense of shamo prevents the
regularly constituted authorities
rectifying many crookednesses which
exist in the public affairs of tills
country. Lack of money, whatever
may have caused the deficiency,
may bo allowed by lenient men as
an extenuating circumstance in some
cases where raoncj' is u sincguunon
for effecting an improvement; but
there arc various matters in which
money is in no way necessary to an
improved condition, and in these the
most lenient and charitable of men
have difficulty in finding n palliating
circumstance for the neglect which
is so palpable. A proper sense of
shame should be of itself sufficient
to induce action, without the actu
ating influences of higher and purer
motives, which should direct the
course of all men, and particularly
those placed in authority. Ignorance
of what is cannot be urged as an ex
cuse for inaction, for the authorities
arc not ignorant in this respect.
They arc callous, they arc dead to
shame, they arc utterly destitute of
honor. Wo arc sorry to say it, that
some of our public men arc without
a vestige of honor: they do not
know what it means. If they pos
sessed a spark of honor, they would
have shame ; and if thoy had shame,
they would have taken action to
purify that public institution known
as the Reformatory School, long
ago. They are not, they cannot
possibly be, ignorant of its condi
tion. Representations have appeared
from time to time in the public
prints, but onc-lcnth part has never
been published. The poor boys
have been blamed, and excoratcd,
and sent to jail ; but the fault is in
the management. What kind of an
example havo the hoys had daily
before their eyes? l'or shamo sake
we withhold the answer. It is n by
word, and a reproach to all con
cerned. The number of inmates is
reduced to eight or ten, but the ex
ample is about the same. Better
by far set the young urchins loose
in the town, if the Board of Educa
tion cannot muster up slinmc enough
to remove the standing disgrace.
lu fulfilment of orders previously
issued, members of tho Geo. W.
DeLong l'ost, No. 15, G. A. 11.,
assembled at their quarters on
Kintr street, invested with memorial
badges. The Honolulu Rilles also
put in an appearance, and headed
by the Royal Hawaiian Band
marched up to tho cemetery.
After passing along King street,
the procession marched up tho valley
with quick step to war selections
played by the band. Arms were
frequently shifted to rest the sold
iers and ninnuivcrings took place
when tho road would permit. Tho
marching was fair considering the
nnmber of recruits in the ranks.
Arriving at the residence of Mr. V.
C. Jones a halt was made while that
benignant gentleman supplied the
soldiers with a refreshing drink.
On ucaring the cemetery, arms were
reversed and tho dead march was
played. Slowly tho procession
moved to tho G. A. R. plot where
a largo number of persons, espe
cially ladies and children, had
gathered. The plot was encircled
by a chain that was interlaced with
flowers ; a cannon, profusely deco
rated with sweet blossoms, orna
mented each corner, and when tho
Honolulu Rillcs, at parade rest, and
the members of the G. A. It.,
dressed in dark clothes and each
carrying a bunch of flowers, sur
rounded the graves of the departed
comrades, the piotmo was indeed
pathetic. Post Commander R. W.
Laine having read the decoration
ritual. Rev. .1. A. Cruzan offered a
memorial prayer. Comrade F. Tur
rill, officer of tho day, advancing to
tho gravo, with :i cluster of flowers,
aid: "In your name, my com
rades, I scatter these memorial
flowers upon I his grave, which re
presents tho graves of all who died
iu the sacred causo of our country.
Our floral tribute shall wither.
Let the fraternal love for which It
stands endure until the march of
death shall chill tho warm pulse
beats of our hearts." Tho dead
was then Boluted by thrco volleys
11 red by tweutj privates of tho
Honolulu Rifles, ten from ench com
pany and two sergeants, under com
mand of Cnntniii Uti"er. After the
salute, flowers were scattered on all
the graves, while the band plavcd
"Nearer My God to Thee." The
Honolulu Hillcs marched across the
wnj' and decorated the graves of
their departed comtades, then home
ward march began. Arriving in
town the Honolulu Rillcs marched
into the lilllc parlors and were re
galed with ice cream and cakes by
the invitation of Messrs. Hart &
Stcincr. "When tho Rillea had
formed lino in the street prepara
tory to returning to tho armory
three rousing cheers were givcu for
The Hawaiian Opera House was
selected as a place in which to hold
the literary exercises in connection
with the Memorial Day services,
and at half-past 7 o'clock tho cur
tain arose and presented a happy
scene. The scenery was of the
forest description, the American
and Hawaiian flags being gracefully
draped iu the rear. The Royal Ha
waiian Band occupied tho back
ground and immediately in front of
them were the members of the Geo.
"V. He Long Post, also a party of
ladies and gentlemen who had kind
ly volunteered to assist in the ex
ercises. The proceeding opened
with an American Overture by the
Hawaiian Band. Next came the read
ing of General Orders which was
done by acting Adjutant C. II.
Eldridge. The programme next
called for "America" to bo suns by
a chorus of children. Comrade
Cruzan who acted as Chairman,
called upon everybody present to
join in tho chorus, adding that the
ushers had strict orders to eject
everyone who did not sing. He
knew all Americans would sing it
on account of the words, nnd he
felt equally sure that all Englishmen
would join iu on account of the
tunc, while other nationalities would
chime in so as not to be outdono by
the Americans and Knglishincn. It
was sung heartily and elicited loud
The Roll call of the Post and
salute of the dead followed. Then
came the singing of tho dirge "Rest
Soldier Rest" by a quartette con
sisting of Prof. Yarndlov, bass, Mr.
W. W. Hall, tenor, Mrs. Hauford,
soprano, and Mrs. J. V. Brown,
alto. Prayer was offered by tho
Rev. .7. A. Cruzan. The "Battle
Hymn of tho Republic" was ren
dered by a quartette under direc
tion of Prof. Yarndley, comprising
Mrs. J. F. Brown, Sirs. J. A. Cru
zan, Mrs. Hanford, and Mr. W. AV.
Hall, the solo being elfectively ren
dered by Mrs. Cruzan.
An Ode to Decoration Day wns
read by Mrs. W. L. Hopper with
rare elocutionary power. The chorus
of children under tho leadership of
Prof. Berger next led off with the
audience joining heartily in the
In introducing Comrade R. .Jay
Greene, the Orator of the Day,
Comrade Cruzan said that if he
fought as well during the war as ho
speaks now, he did his duty. Mr.
Greene's address was listened to
with wrapt attention, being a terso
bii miliary of the war and its effects.
An air of patriotism pervaded the
speech and excited the feelings of
nil present. In conclusion he said,
Let Hie monument to America's
heroes bo tho land they saved,
domed and canopied by tho heavens
that smiled upon their cause. For
so long as flowers bloom and the
dewdrops sparklo on tho broast of
morning, so long as the river's seek
the sea nnd tho mountains lift their
peaks above the plains, so long as
the human soul has nu aspiration for
light and liberty and the American
heart beats to the transport of her
lofty patriotism, ho long will the
deeds of our comrades live and bo
an inspiration to her sons.
Last on tho programme came
"Recollections of the 'War" by the
Iloyai Hawaiian Hand. It was pre
faced by a few remarks from tho
Rev. J. A. Cruzan who remarked
that when the War I Recollections
were rendered by this band on a
similar occasion four years ago,
next morning tho papers stated that
an electric something surged the
audience, while tho music was being
played, and so it. was la9t night.
The audienco were truly electrified,
movjng their hands and feet to beat
timo as though inspired. Tho ex
ercises closed about !) v. m. with a
benediction by Comrade Cruzan.
FOR SAN FJIAXG18CO,
The A J Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday. June 7th,
For KioiKlit or Pamrp;', apply (o
r,i VM, 0. IRWIN & CO., Agents
WI1E1ES KAM WO & (20. OF
II ti lulu have. thl day mud- nn
a'f'lqnmini of nil th lr pn perty to the
under-dgucd for tho fiemilt o' ill ir
cridltors. Notice U hereby given to all
parties nwinit tidd Kam n o & Co 10
mako InimedliK payment, and itnr or.
roiib havl g clnlun ngaliiB- ICam Wo&
Co. are mi listed to present them at
once to the undeisicned.
Kd. UOFFeOHLAEOER & CO.
Honolulu May 28, 1837. 60S
ALL rEHSON'S IIAVJNQ CLAIMS
ngaiuai Mr. 0. B Mi'cs, am iv.
quested to picscnt them tit uucu lo
Charles Crelclitnn at our ofllec.
WHITING & OUKIGllTON.
Honolulu Miry UOth 1887. 50 at.
THE HOUSE AT FllESENT,
I occupied by the undersigned,
I JUiKUl street.
W. 0. PARKE.
prrsou desirous oi' procuring a
pleasant home can do so by applying to
the undersigned. This house and lot Is
tit lateil nn tho corners of Berctunia,
Ki caitiuoku ami Young direct?. House
cmitiiliH three large rooms and thiee
veranda rooms, and dinning room,
kitchen pantry nnd bath room, with
stable unit other out buildings, gg
W. H. CHILTON
No. fi" Fort street.
Honolulu Mav 81 1837. 50 !!v
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Entire Change of Programme.
Tliursflay EveHing, Jnno 2.
Amateur Minstrel Co.
Second performance of the third scries,
on which occasion an entirely
new programme will be
Taken from those presented by the
British Benevolent Society
Full particulars later.
Box plan now open at tho oillce of J.
E. Brown & Co. fiO
1837 VICTORIA h I. 1887
L. B. ECERR,
Merchant Tailor, Merchant St.
The Sau Franciteo News Co.,
No. 210 l'ost Street,
San Fuancisco, May 10 1SS7.
A. M. Hr.wirrEsQ.
Honolulu II. I.
Dear Sir: I-Mirliif; Mr. Soper's recent
vlilt to this rily, Jin made arranu:cinenti
with the Chvoiiiclc Cill and Jliillclhi,
to havo the exclusive agency of their
daily papeisai the Islands. Ami per In.
Mructloiri from them, we are not allow
ed to scud any copies to the Islands. Mr.
Snpcr ablains his supply direct fiom tho
otllees. not fiiom us.
We loutiniie tosupply tho weekly
edition of these as heretofore.
In uniheqiR'iiue of tho above initiuc.
tions, no dallies of above aro sent you by
tlih mall nor will any bo tscnt in in tine.
Yd lira Truly tho San Francisco Kcwa
Co. per E. Bauer for Mnnnger.
XMiyMioiim iiiitl Surgeon,
Taking the placo of Dr. Goto,
Will troat Leprosy after Dr. Goto's Method.
Olllco hours at'Kakaako from ! to 11
a. in., every day, except Sunday.
Will visit patients at thejr residence,
All other diseases treated at his otlloe
corner of Punchbowl ami Iteretauia Sts.
Olllco hours 1 to .1 p, in.; On Sundays
8 to 12 a. m.
Bell Telephone No. ilS7. -18.
ILL BE AT THE OFFICE OF
Dr. Brodlo until Novonlbir 1st,
when ho will tako possession of the
Mnkee residence. Olllco fours fiom 8
to 111 I'. in. from 'J lo-t and froin'O to 8
p, pi. .Mutual Ti lephono 23L L'm AH.
rNFOBMATION IS IM'.OLfl-.STED
JL about Willielm Tlmpe, of C.u-sel,
who left heio the German Hark "Furht
IJUinaiok" ln.liily lHSO.
Tin: Uhiiman Consuiati:.
Honolulu, May lt87. 4!Ut
ALL PEJtSONS ABE WABNEI)
fiom having any dealings with
any person excepting Ah Iu a China,
mail, with learil to the eropor other
nioperly of the.Kalaiiao Itlco Plantation
iu Ewa, doing hushiccs under the name
of Sun Wo oung Company, as no one
else lnia any authority. All impactions
except with his content will bo void and
any propi rty thus transferred, liable to
Win. It. CASTLE.
Mortgage of said Plantation,
Dated Honolulu May Mth mi. 41) lw
At '0 o'tljo.k, a in,
A th rcsld nrc -f DR. W. B. Mo.VL
LIS E, (or.u-r if For and Hotel St.,
tipslulis, v ulil sell at I'ubli Auc.
tlou tho tnt re lloimhold Furniture,
MARBLE TOP CENTER TABLE,
Cnrpit ltocl.ir, Hinging I.nrupi,
Easy Clin r ,
One Upholstered Lounge !
Double Bedstead, Bureau,
licture, Oiirtrtlnv, Lambrequins,
etc. etc. etc.
ADAMS & CO.,
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
At tho residence of ItEV. KG. 0GGEL.
(Hobron i r niUcs) Nuuauti Avenue, we
will sell at I'lilillc Auction the eutire
Household Furniture, compilable;
One Upholstered Parlor Set !
Black Walnut Whatnot,
1 I'nuitlujr "Japanese Lily,"
Hanging Lamps, Lace Curtains,
B. W. I. T. Eimom Set!
Sofa Bugs, Miscellaneous Honks,
Black Walnut lies ,
Silver and Plated Waie,
B. W. Extension Table,
.Marble 'top Slilouoaril,
One Webster's Dictionary and Stand
KITCHEN STOVE AND UTENSILS, ETC.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1887
At 10 o'clock, a. m.
At tho Residence of ft. More
Corner of Bcrctiula and Piikni Sts.,
we will sell at Public Auction, the
IJU L U1LL
Comprising in part of
Upholstered Easy Chair3,
Marble Top Table,
Largo Center Hugs, Sofa Hues,
I Sherman Clay &. Co. Upright Piano
Ebony Music Hack, Portlers,
Lane Curtains aud Cornices,
One B. W. Etagere!
Hair Cloth Lounge, Vienna Chaiis,
One Massivo 13. W. Harblo Top Bed
room Set !
Spring MultrcsiM. Pillowj,
Mo-qulto Nets, B W Extension Table,
B W Waidrobe,
B. Walnut Marblo Top Sideboard
Asfortment of i'Jated and Silverware,
Crorkory and Glasswaro, Bed I.otinrce,
lIoii'Lliold Scwlni; Machine, Meat Sale,
Stove and Utensils, Garden Tools, etc.,
Tim above Furniture Is all in good
order, and oll'iir n lino opportunity to
house keepers. The house will be open
for inspection ON MONDAY and TUES
DAY, Juno nth and 7th, front !) a. in. to
E.I ADAMS & CO.,
10 7t Auctioneers.
So as You Please!
ON THURSDAY EVENING
tho "Go as you pleaso" walking match
will commence in the spacious tent In
rear of the Shooting Gallery,and will ho
continued on Friday and fSntnrdax'
nights, finishing each night at 11 o'clock
The prizes to bo given will bo 23, 15,
and 10 per cent of the ga'o money, to bo
given respectively to tho Hist, second
Entries will close at 2 o'clock on
Thursday afternoon at tho Pavilion.
AdmlHfiloii rts; Children lO c.tw.
FOR SALE !
Departure Bay Coal
For family use.
3tii ULiOtw to Suit,
Allen & Robinson's
48 lit Queen Street.
FOR SALE T
ONE LAUGH LOT, corner Pcnsacola
and Luiialilo Sts., which can he
divided Into two or mpro building lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
1051 Of West, Dow & Co.
NICE FUHNISHED FBONT
loom at No. 4 Garden Line, 01
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
J- adveitUo u lu tho Daily Bulluv
I rm Instructed by Mr. G. D Frcoth
to ofr r f r mlo at public auction, at my
On Wednesday, Juno 1st,
At 12 noon, hit cry deniable
There Is an abundant sup Ay of Krch
Water, and a lino nppnrtui H' for Sea
Bathing, at tho rear of thodwelllug.
The "grounda are nirolj- laid out aud
planted, with trees and flowers.
There aie also
Large Stubles and Darn.
Servant's loom, A:e.
Plan of tho property can be seen at
my olllce, and lor further particulars
apply to Mr. Frccth, at the olllon of
Macfarlane it Co.
TeniH made known at time of talc.
IiEWIS J. LEVEY,
It (H Auctioneer.
Special Sale of
I have ineelvcd instructions to tell at
public nuciii.u at my tales room, Ma
ionic jjulhilng, on
.lune'Jnd, at 2 o'clock,
A large and valuable assortment of
Comprising as follows:
Gent's Diamond Masonic Bteabtplu
Ladles' Dl'imimd Spiny 1'lna
Gent's Breastpin", Intaglio ii Diamonds
Gent's Solitaire Diamond Itlugs
Gent's Clustered Diamond Kings
Lndlc' half-hoop Diamond Kings
Ladles' Emerald and Diamond Kings
Ladles' Kiiby aud Diamond Kings
Genl'rt Solitaire Sapphire Hliii
Ladies' Soliialre Diamond Ear-rings
Gent's Solitaire Diamond Studs
Ladies' Silver Bangle', Lockets, Neck
ChaiiH, Bracelets and Ear-rings, in
full suits of hllvcr
Antl other articles too numerous to men.
Hon. Evoiy articlo guaranteed n ic
piehfiiled. Ladles attending this fate
will havo Mccial accommodation The
whole will bo on view on Tuesday nc.t,
IiKWIS J. XiEVEY,
48 4t Auctioneer.
FOB SALE BY
11 rIACKFELD & CO.
"MU: BLACKSMITH SHOP IN THE
new brick bulldixg on Klngstnet
near JNuuanti, leeentiy occupied uy -Air.
0 T. lloyl. Opposite old station house.
For particulars apply to
For Sale or Lease.
rnilOSE IMtr.MISES SITUATED ON
JL I'unahou Street called "Kananllo
lilu," the piopuity of O. H. Judd, are for
sale or for lease for a term of years.
For p.titiculara inrpilro of
ALEX. .1. OAltTWWGHT.
Honolulu. D-oo. i:t. lrS(l. 1B03
TN TIIK MUMIEMK COUJtT
X of tho Hawaiian Ldtuuh. In the
matter of AKAIIAI fell), of Ononiea,
Ililo Hawaii agnliut whom a petition for
adjudication w.is tiled on the 2Isl day of
March, 1837, lu fald Com t. In llanltrup
ley. Heforo lion. E. Pieston,
The until day uf'M ay, 18b7.
Upon rending the fcaid petition, nnd
upon proof before mo taken, I do find
that Hie fcaid AIC.MLVl (oh), has become
a bankrupt within the true intent
and liUMiulng of tho Act approved on the
2!hh day of August, 1834, entitled "An
Act to regulate proceedings In Hank
ruplcy iu the Hawaiian Islands."
And I do hereby dieliuo mid adjudgo
him a bankntpt accordingly.
Aud I do further order that (he ercdl.
tori of tho said bankrupt come iu and
juovo their debts beioro such Jus.
liait of tho Supreme Court as Muill bo
sitting lu Chambers at Aliiolani Hale,
Honolulu, ou the Kith day of Juno
1837, between the hours of ten o'clock
in the forenoon and noon of the
Hiid day, and elect ono or moio asstgneo
or si'tsiguccs of the said buukiupt ejiato.
Aud that notice thereof bo published
in the Daily Hullktin, and Hawaiian
Ciiuese jVewj ucwf-papcm published In
Honolulu, in the English and Chinese
And that the bald bankrupt t-hnll Im
mediately niti with the Clerk of this
Honorable Couit n f-chedule ot his cred
itors and asseta, us required by tho said
Act. E. l'HESTOft,
Jubtlcn of the Siipieme Court.
Attest: William Kovnut
ad Deputy Clerk. -17 lOtmwf
A COTTAGE, situated on
Seh'iil stll'Ct. HMr llin Hrlilrm
M eontnlnlnc !i rooms, besides
pantry, kitchon, bath room, and billiard
room, with fernery nnd stable,
For further particulars apply to Ueo.
C. I,e,e3, nt J. T. AVatcihougo1!) Queen St.
Ktoie, 4-1 tf
Of the Very Best Quality Obtainable I
Having secured the privilege of the use of the GRAND
(STAND, at the Kapiolani Race Course, at the
coming races, on the 10th and 11th
ot June, will be prepared to
which he guarantees will be
Superior to any tliere Offered
to the public before, consisting of
Ice Creams, Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Lemonade and Cream Drinks,
Strong Hot Coffee with Cream and Buns,
A large assortment of Cakes, '
Ham, Bread and Butter, Sandwiches, ''
Roast Chicken, Turkey, Spiced Beef of the finest flavour,
Salad with Mayonaiso Sauce, Pork and Beans, etc., etc,,
People visiting the Park during the races will have no
need to tako their own provisions, as P. HORN promises
to sell at the lowest prices possible, so as to satisfy every
body. P. HORN, Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery, and Ice Cream Parlors,
Established 1863. J:7d No. 73 Hotel Street.
m LOOK ! LOOK ! "I
TVJOEL. JBL. JT. HAJRT,
Has returned from Sau Francisco, and having
Secured the services of a First-Class Pastry Cook,
which enablesi tho "Elite," more than ever, to make a
Superior quality of all ldmls of Ice Cream, Sherbets,
Water Ices, &c.
Our Funey VnkcH nro the l'rlilc of Honolulu,
And wo bake oveiy day Lady Fingers, Macaroons, Drop Cakes, Coco Dips, and.
many other kinds too numerous to mention.
Sponge, I'oun.l. Fruit antl Jelly Cakes nlwajH on hand,
or made to older on shoit notice, in any style.
A line lino of Choice Candies always in stock.
Weddings, Balls and Parties supplied.
Tho public la imlted to inspect our stock and elorc, which Is now In lino order.
The Elite Ico Cream Parlors,
HART & BTEINEK, Proprietors,
Mutual T clc. !)C8 J2T0pen dally until 11 p. m.-a Boll Tele. 182.
1 Business h
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Nino Collagos to Lot or Lcaso in delight
ful locations, within easy rcacu of the
business part of the city, with accommo
dations suited to any requirement and
on most favorable terms.
Thrco Lodging Establishments for Salo
all paying handsomely.
Tho "Old Corner," at Nuuanu and
Queen Streets, for sale ono of tho best
business stands in the city.
Thrco Piccos of Real Estate in this dis
trict, outside of the city, for Bale or
To Let Two cotlnftoq pleasantly situated
on the Manic of Punchbowl Hill, to.
wards Maliiki, one mile from tho P.
O j dillghlful accommodations for
To Lot A cottage with largo yard room
aud stable accommodation for a num
ber of horses.
For Salo or Lease. Lot ISO ft. by CO."! ft.
Easterly comer of Fort and School
streets. Water laid on. Title perfect.
One of tho finest boildiug sites In tho
Lcaso ol Fish Pond lor Sale A rare op
portunity is now oll'ered to sceuro a
long leaso of ono of tho most prolltn
ble Ihh ponds In this district A largo
outlay lias lately been made for im
provements, and the property Is in lino
A CATTLE RANCH ON MAUI FOR SALE.
llurlvnllrd Oiiportunltlcu ror prollt
Full particulars given upon appllca.
tlou at the Agency.
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu,
Wanlod Immediately. Five good carpen.
tors can find employment at once on
application at tho agency. Nono but
competent workmen need apply.
Situation Wanted. By n practical engi
neer, who can give the best of refer,
Situations Wanted. By three men as host,
lers and general help will mako
thcmselvoi useful In doing tho chores
in a private family.
Situation Wanted as housekeeper or noise
by a whlto lady, of experience in both
capacities. Would accept a position
an a ladles' traveling companion and
First-class Hook-keepcra, OarpenWrj,
Stewards, Cooks, Nuwes and other
skilled labor desiring employment.
Cottage to llont
AND FUItNlfUBK FOll SALE
Low rent; furniture at a bargain.
For puitieulnrs enquire if Jno'. Magoon,
Agent, Merchant Etrcet. 27 tf
JOB PRINTING oi all kinds e
cuted nt the Daily Bulletin Office
Bell Tel. 112. Mutual To. 872.
P. O. Box 1107.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St., .
Seal Estate Agents, Etc.,
Oiler the following:
To Let. Shop In new hiick building on?
King street, near Nuuanu, next to
Chinese Nov a Co.'s offices. Kent very
Rooms to Rent I'urnisheri'-Mn tho best
To Lot. AC-roomed Cottage, wlthkitchen
attached; upper end of Nuuanu
Avenue, opposite "Valley Home," in
excellent older. Bath and water con
veniences. Itcnt $18.
To Lot. a pleasantly situated residence,
comprising two cottages, outhouses,
etc., on Pauoa road, near Punchbowl
street, llent very low to meet the
Iltuse and Lot (or Salo. Very desirable
residence on Beretania Street. Tho
house contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, I'uutry, Kltcheu and
Bathroom. Mosquito proof. House
new and well. built.
Lot 100 by ICO feet with privilege of
buying next lot. m'I be sold chtaf.
For Salo or Lcaso -With immediate pos
sesion, that viiluablo estate known aV
tho NUUANU VALLEY UANCH,
situated in the Nuuanu Valley. iy:'
miles from the cltv. and undoul'itpiiiv
tho most ellgihlo slto for a milk or
milk and butterdrvlry In this Kingdom.
Tho above splendid property may bo
had on easy terms.
For Salo A tplendld property of over K
acres ot land oft Llliha Street; un.
rivalled a3 u alto lor n gentleman's
residence. An early application nee
essarv to purchase In a single lot. For
particulars apply to J.E.Brovn& Co.
Situations wanted by -' i
And other olases of hol.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up, ' '
US Merchant Street. ot
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advertise in the Daily UmjjsTiy,
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Juit tho thing to mako buckets of
when empty. For salo by
3 lm A. W. PIERCE&CO.
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