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BISHOP Co., BArfKUlZS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Ulan Jg.
Draw Exchange on the
Sanlc ef Oallfbrnltu . IP.
And their agent in
NEW YORK, I08T0N, HONQ XONO.
Messrs. N. SI. Rothschild & Bop, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand : Auckland,
Ghrlstchurch, nnd Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact n Gcncrul Banking Business.
Figged to nilther 8ot nor Party.
Bit established tor the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, JUNE 2. 1887.
THE BRIBERY BUSINESS.
Mr. Junius Kaac, Registrar of
Public Conveyances, receives a
pretty rough deal at the hands of
the Gazette this week. The ques
tion is, docs he deserve it? If tho
allegations made arc true, and there
is no reason to doubt them, they not
being contradicted nor refuted in
uny form, he'ecrtainly docs deserve
it, and a great deal more. Ho has
committed n serious crime and ought
to be punished for it. Let him ex
onerate himself if he can, failing
which, let him bo tried before a
jury of his countrymen, and if
guilty, bo punished according to the
law. Our laws fully provide for the
punishment of Government ofllccrs
receiving bribes, and why should
Mr. Junius Kaac be made an excep
tion? With such :i statement of
facts before the public ns has ap
peared in the Gazette, how is it
possible that such a man be retained
in the responsible oflicc of Registrar
of Public Conveyances? The sooner
an investigation is held nnd the
matter cleared up, the better for nil
ILLEGAL AND FOOLISH.
The action of the Custom House
authorities in temporarily taking pos
session of, and retaining, fhcarms,
ammunition, etc., imported by, and
belonging to, private citizens, is
unusual and, we believe, perfectly
illegal. What right has the Govern
ment to retain these articles? Is
there any law which confers author
ity to do so? Anns and ammuni
tion are not contraband. Not only
is the action outside the law, but
extremely injudicious. Any man
with common sense and common
shrewdness would perceive that a
proceeding of this nature is calcu
lated to weaken, and not strengthen,
the position of those who aie more
anxious to retain the existing condi
tion of bad government, than to
effect the lcform which we have
advised. This stupid piece of busi
ness has naturally increased the
irritability which was quite warm
enough before. What advantage
has the Government gained as an
THE COVERNMENT ORCAN.
The Pacific Commercial Adver
tiser newspaper has again changed
hands: that is, the major poition of
the company's stock has passed
from those who recently held it,
into the possession of others. By
this change, the Government re
sumes control of the paper, and it
will henceforward be published as a
Government organ. In making the
announcement this morning, it says
that "its best efforts and aims will
be directed towards expressing
faithfully and fairly the opinions of
His Majesty's Government. Tho
Advertissr is not intended to bo a
vehicle for political controversy,
but rather one to convey correct in
formation to the public in regard
to Governmental policy and enter
prise, and to establish frank and
friendly relations between the peo
ple and tho Government."
There is one thing especially
satisfactory in this announcement:
the fact that tho paper is distinc
tively a Government organ is fully
admitted and clearly stated. The
public will know positively that its
utterances are ofllcinl, and that its
views and opinions are thoso of tho
Government. In the past history
of that paper, while it was being
conducted in tho Government in
terest, it was deemed expedient by
the Government on various ocen
eiqns to disclaim nil responsibility
for what tho Advertiser said. A
recurrence of this cannot happen
after tho unmistakable declaration
just now quoted.
Another significant feature of the
announcement is tho expressed in
tention to avoid political confro-
vorsy. Careful nrid consistent ad
hcrenco to this determination might
save tho Government considerable
trouble. A departure tbcrcfiorn
ceitainly will not tend to "establish
frank nnd friendly relations between
tho people nnd the Government."
KALAKAUA'S MISSION TO MAMETOA
A PHEMIUn's MARRIAGE.
Among the passengers on board
the Australia, which arrived at San
Francisco on the 18th May, was a
gentleman from Honolulu who has
for many years resided in the Ha
waiian kingdom and who, having
held positions of responsibility un
der the uile of Kalaknua, may bo
credited with having reliable infor
mation concerning Hawaiian affairs.
Ho is quoted as having said, regard
ing the latest news from the Sand
wich Islands: "The Samoan mis
sion sent to King Malictoa some few
months ago has borne fruit. The
Samoan Kins, the chiefs and the
"Tulpulo' or Representatives liavo
forwarded to Washington their
agreement to accept tho advice and
counsel of King Kalakaua, and to
join with him in establishing a con
federation of Oceauica. The ob
ject of this confederation is, pro
bably, to enable tho Samoan gov
ernment to picserve its autonomy,
and to defeat those who desire to
annex that group to Germany or tho
United Stales. Whether King Ka
lakaua will render any other than
moral aid to his- royal 'cousin,,
King Malietca, or not, will depend
in a great measure, upon the kind
of reception the documents sent to
Washington are accorded by tho
"Premier Gibson, chief of our
foreign office, it is asserted, con
templates matrimony. Tho lady is
fcaid to bo a fair, young San Fran
cisco widow, but I am more inclined
to believe that If tho old gentleman
does marry, it will be to strengthen
his position with tho King nnd the
Hawaiians. So he probably will
'form an alliance with somo high
chiefess. S. F. Morning Call.
THE FRENCH ARMY.
A telcorara dated Berlin, May 1G,
states that an uneasy feeling being
created in Berlin by strong articles
in last night's issue of two semi
official papers dealing with the pro
posed mobilization of two French
Army Qorps. Tire PoU points out,
in vigorous language, the mere pro
bability of any two Ficnch Army
Coips being called out forces every
French General to have his corps
ready to obey the mobilization call
ed at the shortest notice. "Thus,"
bays the Post "tho very apparently
innocent device of ordering the mo
bilization of two arm' corps, but
leaving the selection of these corps
undecided for a while. Boulangcr
will place the whole French Army
on the qnivive. When he does mo
bilize the two corps he will thus
have the v, hole army, so far ready
that in four days he will be able to
pour five army corps acioss the de
fenceless German frontier."
After pointing out the ease with
which the French Army, once ready
for war, would find an excuse for
making an attack on unpre'pared
Germany, the J'o&t asks whether
Germany must also begin to arm by
calling on not duly two but several
army corps, and says: "Yes it is
worse. Wo must in such an event
mobilize our army. Moi cover, we
must summon all the serviceable
horses and all the trained soldiers'
from Rcichsland, for once the
French are in Lorraine, all the
horses in the annexed province
would be seized, and with the horses
would probably also go over to the
French Army a. large part of the
men in Alsace-Lorraine whom wo
liave so carefully trained to fight.
A LONC HAUL
1I0W TIIK CANADIAN l'ACIKIC V.NAHLKS
KtJOAK ItKI'INEItS TO OCT AN i:bT-
filt.V MAItKBr A l'EOUIIAn ltl
HULT OP Till: IKTKRSTATi:
E. L. G. Stcclo of the American
Sugar Refinery returned Sunday via
Canadian Pacific Railroad from a
visit to Montreal, Chicago, Minnea
polis and St. Paul. He verifies
the statement made concerning the
immense quantity of sugar icccntly
sent East by wator from this cit' to
Port Moody and thence by rail to
Winnipeg on the Canadian Pacific,
nnd from that point distributed to
St. Paul and other Mississippi river
points, and also to cities on the
Missouri liver from Council Bluffs
to Kansas City.
Under tho Interstate Commerco
bill tho rate from San Francisco to
Missouri river points is SI. 30 for
sugar. The rate fiom New York to
Missouri Valley is f)8 cents. Prior
to the passngo of tho bill the rate
from Snn Francisco to tho river was
Something had to bo done, and
tho shipment of sugar over tho
Canadian roulo has enabled our re
fineries to meet Now York merchants
in the Mississippi Valley on an equal
The merchants of St. Paul nnd
Minneapolis aro said to be pleased
over tho competition, ns it releases
them from tho tyranny of Now York
rclinciies. They find that they can
do business in San Francisco and
bo wholly independent of Now York,
and trndo occasionally with Chicago
for immediato convenience.
Mr. Steelo says the American Re
finery was Rending East from ten to
fifteen carloads of sugar daily, be
fore tho Interstate bill was passed.
And at tho time of its passage three
ships were chai tercel to send sugar
to New Yoik. However, the Cana
dian Pacific outlet permitted rapid
transit at a living rate. Tho distri
bution of gootln from Winnipeg,
after United States tciriiory is
reached, comes under the short-haul
piovislon, and Is therefore very low
so low that New York cannot un
dersell San Francisco. It is true
that tho products must be carried
about 5,01)0 miles by land and sea
to reach Kansas City, but our peo
ple are getting there just tho same.
The rale enables the merchants of
St. Joseph and Omaha in the whole
sale lino to undersell Chicago and
St. Louis in Denver nnd Chcycnu.
The low west-bound rate was in
tended to prevent Pacific Coast com
petition, but it lias gone the other
way, nnd it is inevitable that the
transcontinental lines of this coun
try must give San Francisco a fair
show in the race for commercial
supremacy. Mr. Stcclo says the
arrangement with tho Canadian
Pacific will enable tho rclluery to
employ regularly J100 men, support
ing almost as many families. Should
tho Canadian road go into a pool
against San Francisco to sustain
high rates from West to East, our
merchants can have rccouise to
water transportation. fS. F. Bul
letin. Late Foreiin if s.
st. Pclcrsbutg, May 23. The
Czar and Czarina halted at Scrpook
hov Saturday. They visited tho
cathedral nnd factory' for the manu
facture of small arms, and after
ward reviewed tho troops. They
were enthusiastically received.
London, May 528. Loid Colin
Campbell, who recently brought suit
against his wife for divorce, has
been declared bankrupt on the peti
tion of the Duke of Marlborough,
who was co-defendant in the divorce
suit and who lodged a petition in
the Bankruptcy Court agaist Lord
Colin for his costs.
London, May 23. A dispatch to
a Vienna newspaper says that the
Crown Prince, Frederick William of
Prussia, lias been opeiatcd upon for
cancer in the throat. The dispatch
gives no particulars and docs not
state whether or not the Crown
Pi luce is in danger.
Berlin, May 23. Tlic two subal
terns, arrested at Strasburg for high
treason, aro chaiged with betraying
to France secrets relating to tho
mobilization of German troops.
Rome, May 23. At the Consis
tory to bo held hero to-day, the
Popo will raise to the Cardinaiate
Monsignor Paliate and Father Bausa
and preconizo several new Arch
bishops. London, May 23. Ilcrr Tisza lias
notified Franco that Austria-Hungary
will not take pait in tho Paiis
Exhibition officially, but will render
assistance to exhibitors from the
Empire. It is understood Hint Russia
has come to tho same decision.
Two subalterns have been arrest
ed at Strasburg on the charge of
high treason. They have nude a
confession implicating several other
Influential Libcial and Radical
members of tho Chambers of Depu
ties are arranging for an anti-Papal
demonstration at Capreia on the
anniversary of Garibaldi's death.
DoBcnsaudc, the husband of
Violet Cameron, has obtained 1,000
damages against the Manchester
Umpire for a libel contnincd in nn
interview with Lord Lonsdale, pub
lished in that paper.
M. Rouhcr has consented to form
n Ministry. He hopes to induce the
leading member of the Budget
Committee of the Chamber of Depu
ties to accept positions in tho now
Russian papers consider the pres
ent Cabinet crisis in France as
closely connected with the Boulanger
It is officially announced that
Andicjushkin Osscpanoff, Generat
or Shewyroff and Uljanoff were exe
cuted yesterday, for tho part they
took in tho lecent attempt on the
life of tho Czar.
AN INVITATION IS IIEHEBYEX.
tended to theolllecrsiuid mcmbu'3
of Lodge Lo Proves do f Oceania and
Hawaiian Lodfeo No. 1. l- mid A. L,
to attend a banquet to I o gicn at tho
Hawaiian Hotel this evening nt 8
o'elrok, tu honor of iho 51. W. Edmund
C. AikliiFon, Grand Mastor of M isnns of
California, and thn lsltli brethren of
tho Masonic excursion.
Bv order of tho Committee.
J. M. MOKSARJIAT, W. M.,
Thursday, .Tumi a, IBM. Mlt,
With beautiful views by a Pun n fill
The Two I.nst mitt llvnt of the
fom-MO In the
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
June 3 and 6, 1887.
At 7:l!0 r. m.
HI n flu UMolcolH - 7B CoiitH
OoiirHo Tlolcothi - - - H1.35
For snlo at the bookstores, ar)d ot the
Y. M. 0. A. Entertainment Committee.
Saturday, June 4th, '87
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
corner of Alnpni and King Mrccis. wo
will Bull nt public miction, the entire
Household Furniture, consisting of
Opliolsteed Bed Louuge !
Upholstered Ensv Chair?.
Leather Covet cd Easy Chairs,
One Upright Piano!
Kr.inlcli &. Hncli, mnkcrs, N. Y.
Black Walnut Center Table,
1 0 Light Chamlcl or,
Lncc Ctirllns, Coinicc Poles,
Pictures, Largo Center Rug",
Ono Sot American Encyclopedia 1
Black Walnut Book Case,
Kou Book Case,
I B. W. Marble Top Bedroom Sot!
Black Walnut ChefVbnlcr,
Spring Mnttrcss, Mosquito Net',
Black Walnut Cradle,
Child's Black Bedotcad,
AHII BEDROOM HEX!
Black Walnul Bedstead;,
Camphor Wood Trunks,
Cedar Dress Case,
1 PILLAR B. WALNUT EXTENSION TABLE
Black Walnut Sldoboard,
jJlack Walnut Chairs,
2 Decorated Ten Sets,
DECORATED DINNER SET I
Croukcry. Meat Bare, llufrigerator,
Sloo nnd Kitchen Utensils.
Anil at IS! o'clock noon.
I Horse, broken to Saddle & Harness
1 Saddlo Horse.
Sets Slnglo Harness,
Side Saddle, English Saddle;
B-Spanish, leghorn & Common Fowls
CkjY" The premise w ill ha open for In.
spectiou on FU1DAY, June iird, ft nm
0 n. m to 0 p. in.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
51 !Jt AllCtloilFPII).
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1887
At 10 o'clock, a. in.
At the Residenc of It. More
Corner of Bcrrtiuln and Pilkol Hts ,
wo will tell at Public Auction, the
Comprising in pure of
Upholstered Easy Chairs,
Marble Top Tablo,
Lirgo Center Ruiw, Sofa Hues,
I Sherman Clay & Co. Upright Piano
Ebony Mulc Rack, Poitiers,
Lacc'Curttilns and Cornices,
One B. W. Etagere!
Hair Cloth Lounge, Vleni a Chniis,
Ono Massive B. W. Marble Top Bed
room Sat !
Spring MattroM-c. Pillows,
.Io,quitt Nets, B W Extension Table,
B V Wardrobe,
B. Walnut Marble Top Sideboard
Assortment of Plated and Sllvcrwnre,
Crockery and Glnsswaro, Bed Lounge,
llmuchold Sowing Machine, Meal Site,
Stove and Utemile, Garden Tools, etc.,
Tho above Fiirnlluru Is all in good
order, nnd offer n Una opportunity to
houso keepers. Tho house will bo opm
for Inspection ON MONDAY and TUEH.
DAY, Juno llili nnd 7lh, from 0 a. in. to
:) p. in.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
fi0 7t Auctioneers.
Departure Bay Goal
FOB FAMILY USE.
Just; Received !
Kx Bktno John Worater, for salo
In lots to still.
SJ,tO l'ouiulw per Ton.
WILDER & CO.
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Jiitt the thing to inako buckets of
when empty. For bale by
mm A. W. PIERCE&CO.
O WHALE BOATS:
low il fuel
O tVhiilo Hoat, 111) feet
(Itop; 8 feat wide; S 22 feet hurt Boats;
1 18 feet 9urf Boat) i Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, 0 feet fl inches wide, 3 leot
flinches deep, with mast and Balls nil
complete; 1 3J feet Bulling Scow, wllh
mast and sails all complotc. Applv to.
R. B. HYAN.
Boat Bulldur and General Jobber. 01 if
Cottage to llont
AND FUKNITUBE FOR SALE
Low rent ; furnlturo nt a bargain.
For particulars cnqulro cf Jno, Magoon,
Agent, Merchant street. 27 tf
THE HOUSE AT PUESENT,
occupied by the undersigned,
I nm instructed by Moiis. Hjnrl Fcor,
Fro eh Coinnu sinner, to roll ntpuliltn
alio Inn (on account of Oipirttire) nt
his itsldcncc, on Berttaula street, ud
Jolnli-B Pott street Church,
On today, June 6
At 10 (Ailoek n. m.
(Providing tho new Oommiioner or,
1'iViH pur t, B. Alameda, due Juau 1 el),
Tno wholo of hU Household Furnlturo
1 PARLOR SET,
Dining Tahlo and Chnlis,
Cottage Piano & Harmonium,
Sideboard, sovcrnl Bedroom Soli.
Chairs, Tallies and Booking Chairs,
Chandeliers and Lamps,
Crockery nnl GliiNNWtir
CurlhliiH mid Lambrequins.
Kltfhun hloo nnd Utcmlls, .
Ladies' mill Gent's HaiKUce, etc, also
One 2-Soated Family Carriage
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Fox Salo or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
Punaliou Street called "Knnnnilo.
hla," the property of C. 11. Judd, ore for
salo or for lease for a term of years.
Per particulars Inquire of
ALEX. J. OARTWRIGUT.
Honolulu. Dee 13.1880. U08
FOIl SAN FllANCISCO,
Will lima Honolulu for the above
Tuesday. June 7th,
For PrciKlil or Pasng', apply In
50 WM, 0. IRWIN & CO., Agents
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
Entire Change ot Programme.
Tkinflv HTinliig, June 2,
- i m n -
Amateur Minstrel- Co.
Sscond performance of the third series,
on wlllrh ncensinn an entirely
new ptog iimmo will bo
Taken from those presented by tho
Brltbh Bcncvohnl Socicly
Tin: Italian string band fuim the
ptcaiiibhip Australia will play at tho
Music llnll to-night dining intcr
niissiuns. Full particulars later.
B x iil.iii now open at the olllco of J.
E. Blown & Co. r,0
WHEREAS KAM WO & CO. OF
Honolulu have this day mndonn
assignment of nil their property to the
undesigned for tho Horn lit of their
creditors. Notice is hereby given to all
patties owing tald Kam Wo & Co to
mako immedl itc payment, and any per
sons havicg claims against Kam Wo &
Co. arc icqutHtul to present them at
oiu'o to tho undcisignid.
Kd. HOFFsCHLAEGER & CO.
Honolulu Muy 28, 1887. 53 Ht
LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
niminst Mr. C. B. Miles, mo re
quested to present them at onco to
Charles Cielghtnn nt our oflleo.
WHITING & OREIGHTON.
Honolulu May llOth JS87. 50Jil'
DURING MY ABSENCE from
this Kingdom Mr. C. Uoltowlll
act for mo iimlei lull power of ntiornoy.
Honolulu, June 1, 1887. 51 Iw
A LL PERSONS
any peison excepting Ah In a China,
man, with icgurd to thorropsot other
iiioporty of tho Kalniino Rice Plantation
In Ewii, doing biisiueui) under iho name
of Sun Wo wung Company, as no ono
elm bus any authority. All t aiHiictioiiK
cvenpi with hincoiibi'iit will lm void ami
any prop rty thus trnnsleried, liable to
Wm. It. CASTLE.
Mortgago of tulil Plantation.
Dated Honolulu My 0th 1887. 40 lw
person desirous of piouuring a
pleataut houso can do to by applying to
the undersigned. This house and lot Is
Minuted on tho corners of Bcretunla,
Keeiuinokunnd Young Mreets. Houso
contains three largu rooms and threo
veranda looms, nnd dinning room,
kitchen puntry nud bath room, with
stablo and other out buildings.
W. R. CHILTON
No. 07 Fort streot.
Honolulu May 81 1887. 00 2w
Bell Tel. 3t. Mutual Tol. 18.
General Business Agency.
Sklllod and Untkllhd Labor Furnlshod.
REAL ESTATE-FOR SALE.
Premises on Judd Stroot, at pr-seul occu
pied by J. E nmeli.th. Over 2 acies
in ixmt; S'llistnnthly cncln-ed.
graded, planted with fruit tree, both
lorelgn and nlitlvo,; durable buildings.
Premises noarThomasSquaro. Kulnokahun,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School end Fort
street?, opposlto the Government
School House 20) ft. on Fort street,
12 i feet on School street; ono 2-roomed
Lot ol Land in Knlihl Valley, opposlto the
Tho " Old Corner," situate on the cast cor
ner of Nuuanu and Queen streets.
Lot, corner of Pcnsitcota and Wlldor
Avenues, Mnkiki, 2 ncrcs moro or less;
may bo divided up tor email home
steads. Lot, on Bcrctanla street, mauka o' Agr'.
cultural Qnr.len. Raro build ng slu.
Fifty Acres (more or less) In Haulki, cast
of Monnatua; 14 acres of agricultural
land; 25 acies nil together suitable
for tho cultivation of rice, taro or lm.
uunns. All the necessary bulldiugs;
Artesian well, itc.
Leaso ol Fish Pond at Walkiki. A tare
oppottunlty for a prtfltablo Invest
ment. Calllo Ranch at Kaannpnli, Maul, sultablo
for a ranchman of limited moans.
Leaso ol Coltano and Lot with lareo stablo
accommodation, on Punchbowl strict,
near tho Pauoa Stream.
Threo Lodging Houses, furnished nnd dc
inc a protltablo business. Situated as
At the foot of Punchbowl street;
On Alakca, ubovo King street;
On Hotel, between Nuuanu nnd
For LenBO or Sale on Reason
Two Collages nnd largo lot above Kinau
street, on the flank of Piinchb wl hill.
Buildings new nnd in good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view
Premises now occupied by L. Way, Esq.,
Kulaokibua. A very desirable rest.
deuce, fully appointed.
Also, a aeant building lot adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottage, out Bcrctnuia
street, mik'iii of Punahou, SJtf miles
from tho Post Oilicc. Together with
grounds and artiMan well. These
premises arc fully appoin cd nnd very
convenient for a large family, and aro
furnished with servants' quarters, car
rut go house, stables, etc.
One Largo 2-Story Cottage, on tho flank of
of Punchbowl, lif miles irom the Post
Ofilce, fully supplied with every con
venience tor immediate occupation.
Splendid location, beautiful view.
One Cottage, with large yard accommo.
elation, corner of Liliha and King
streets. Convenient homo for moder
ate family; live minute' walk from
tho Post Oflicc.
Ten Acres (moro or less) of good pasture
hmd siluato on tho Government road
in Kullhi Iv.'o miles from town.
A 5-Room Collage with kitchen nnd bntb,
within a half a mile of tho Post Office.
By a Lady, as nurse or housekeeper, who
ha had many years experience and
can guarantee satisfaction.
By a Book-keeper mid genenl business
man, who in acquainted with nil
bi'inehes of meicnntilo business.
Wages not an object.
By a Practical Enulneer, who can give the
best of references if desired.
By n thoroughly competent Dairyman,
who understands tho business In all
By a man accustomed to plantation work,
who has been many years a resident of
By Several Men who will make them-
seloi useful in doing tho chores in
private families; taking care of horses
and carriages, etc.
Full particulars given wllh regard to
tho foregoing items on application at
tho Agency, 52
Honolulu, H. I., May 16, 1887.
San Frnnclsco News Co.
. Gentlemen :
The re is a rumour here in Honolulu
that Mr. J. H. Seper, of this city, has
secured tho solo agency for Ban Frnn
clsco daily papers. I know that Messrs
Oat and other nows dealers of long
standing have endeavored to obtain this
beforo, but failed.
Mr. Meyers, J. H. Sopor's mnuagor has
circulated this report publicly ami an.
uoimces his intention ot selling thorn nt
5 cents each,
I shall bo greatly obliged if you will
inquire into the truth of'this statement
r.ml advise mo by next mall.
I remain, Gentlemen,
52 A M. Hr.WKTT.
The Son Francisco Nows Co.,
No. 210 Post Street,
San FiiANctsco, My 10 1887.
A. M. IlnwrrrEsq.
Honolulu If. I.
Dear Sir; During Mr. Sopcr's recent
visit to this city, lm mrtdo arrangements
with tho Chronicle Call nnd Bulletin,
to have tho exclusive agency of their
daily papers at tho Islands. And per la.
Btructloiis from thorn, wo nro not allow
ed to send any copies to the Islands. Mr.
Sopcr ubtuin his supply direct fiom tho
unices. jot mew us.
Wu will continue to supply tho weekly
edition of these as heretofore.
In consequence of thoabovo instruc.
tlons, no dailies of ubovo aro sent you by
this mall nor will any bo sent In future.
Yours Truly tho San Francisco News
Co. per E. Bauer for Mnungor.
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room nt No. 4 Garden Lane, 04
UJII I. I. 1 U lllll 111", iiHi
Pi 0 B x 107.
1 E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St..
Real Estate Apis, Etc.,
Offer the f. 1 Mvlnjn,
Cottages to Lot FurnMied and unfur
nished, in good h entities.
Cottago, furnished, to lot Suitable for sin.
git! person, centrally located: largo
To Let. Shop in new bilck building oi
King street, near Nuuanu, i,et to
Chinese News Co.'s olllccs. Rent cry
To Let. a plcniantly M'untcd residence.
t..pnl..rt . rtitf.M.
comprising two cottages, outhouses,
etc., on PaiioA road, near Punchbowl
'trcet. Rent very low to meet tho
House and Lot lor Sale. Very desirable
rcsldcnco on Bcrctanla Street. Tho
homo contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Dlnlng.room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Bathroom. Mosquito proof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 150 feet with prlvllcco of
huylne next lot. Will be sold Ken.
For Sale A sp'cndld property of over 5
acres of land oft Lilian Street; un.
rlvnllcd iu a tdto for a gentleman's
rcsldcnco. An early application ncc
esary to purchaso in a slnglo lot.
THE BLAOKSMITn SHOP IN THE
now brtck building on King strict
near 'Nuuanu. recently occupied by Mr.
O. T. Hoyt. Opposite old stiulon house.
For particulars apply to
40tf J. E. BROWN & 00.
Situations wonted by
And other clashes of help.
Custom Houso Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street.
1837 VICTORIA R. I. 1887
At$l& $1.50 Each-
Merchant Tailor, Merchant St.
THE FOLLOWING COMPETI
TIONS will tnko place on tho Race
Course, nnd cntrloa for the same are in
vited: Handsome Pib.es (a list of which will
bo published nt a later date), will bo
presented to tho successful competitors.
Ono Mile Race, ,
Qunrter Mile Race,
100 yards Race for Youths under 17,
250 yards Raco for Youths under 17,
100 yards Raco,
250 yards Raco.
250 yards Hurulo Race,
Putting the Shot,
Throwing the Base Ball,
Three Legged Race.
Tho above events aro open to all Ama
Entries accompanied by a fee of one
dollar will be received by any of the
members of tbo Committee named below,
apd it is requested that early entry be
61tf E. B. THOMAS.
Go as You Please! ,:-,
ON THURSDAY EVENING I
tho " Go ns you nloaso " walkintr match I
will commence in the spacious tent in
renr of the Shooting Gallery.and will be
continued on Friday and Natnrdav
nights, flnlthlng each night at 11 o'clock '
Tho prizes to bo given will be 25, 15,
and 10 per cent of the ga o money, to be
given respectively lo the Urst, second
Entries will clcso nt 2 o'clock on
Thursday afternoon at tho Pavilion,
AclnilHHloit ttlt ctN; Children 10 eta.
FOR SALE I
Departure Bay Goal '
For family ubo.
Ill Iliots to Suit,
Allen & Robinson's
48 Ot Quceu Street.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advertiso In tho Daily .Bulletin, '