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And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONO.
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Th Commercial Bank Co., of bydncy,
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THURSDAY, JUNE 9. 1887.
"We know that the journals here
hate been subsidized," is a state
ment quoted from this morning's
Advertiser. "The journals;" not
a journal," or "somo journals;"
but distinctively "the journals,"
which include the Dailt Bulletin.
Then the Government organ knows
that the Bulletin "has been sub
sidized." The extent of its know
ledge is prodigious. How the in
formation was acquired, is a secret ;
how its accuracy is to be proven,
has not been revealed. Wo can
make no pretence to be so advanced
in knowledge as our unscrupulous
contemporary. We know nothing
whatever of the subsidy, other than
the bare assertion above quoted.
But we do know this much, that the
Advertiser has uttered a direct, un
mitigated falsehood, so far as the
Bulletin is concerned, and that the
last named journal has never, at
any period of its existence, received
one cent of subsidy from any source
whatsoever. We shall bo pleased
to be enlightened a little further on
this subject, of so much import
ance to ourselves.
AN UNHAPPY CONDITION.
Our Government, of whom the
King is by far the greater part, has
J been heard on all convenient occa
sions to speak glibly of conducting
public affairs according o the law
and constitution. The simple, the
unwary, and the inexperienced have
been misled and deceived again and
again. And what wonder 1 For the
conscienceless and cunning hypo
crites speak in tones that would
deceive the elect, if it were possi
ble." As a matter of fact, the
Government is not accustomed to
showing much respect for law or
constitution when they are antagon
istic to its desires and designs. This
is an unhappy condition of affairs
for the country. When tho plain
written law of the land is manifestly
violated by the Government, what
can bo expected from the governed
but a disposition to follow the same
course? The Herald ha3 cited a
series of instances of recent occur
rence, illustrating utter disregard of
law by those who should be most
scrupulous in in its observance, if
only for the sake of example.
Editor Bulletin: In reply to
Wallflower, I'm very sorry that he
attacked my boys. They are not
responsible for making bad music,
I'm the man whom he should attack.
Wallflower is right in accusing the
string orchestra of playing old
melodies and old dances, but the
string orchestra is my private un
dertaking, the violins, basses, flute,
clarinets, etc.. etc., are my own
property. The dance music I wrote
arranged all myself lor the con
venience of the public. The string
orchestra plays perhaps six times
during the year. There is no money
in it, the receipts have not paid so
far the cost ot tho instruments and
music. To play dance music is
very hard, especially here, we don't
get used to it, then it is so seldom
asked for. Now, the public, as a
whole, like to dance to tunes they
know. Lately we played at two
balls at the Palace, with the whole
brass band. We played new tunes,
as wo have a large collection for tho
brass band, but what was the con
sequence? Everybody, or the
majority cried out, "Please, give
us the Likeliko Lancer, theWai
manalo Waltz, tho Maklki Lancer,
etc., etc. We don't like the now
tunes; they don't ring in our ears."
So we played the old tunes. But
in spite of all that, the first spare
week I have, I will write some new
popular tunes for dance music;
sure, I will.
Wallflower also accused us of
whooping the tunes up as if the
devil was after us. No, not so far,
we are all good christians. But we
are public servants, even when we
play dance music, and if the
majority demands quick time we
have to play it. It is for us much
easier to play slow time, because
we won't get so warm neither the
dancers but wo have no voice in
the ttnttor. I Bupgt'Ot, nt the next
ball, Wallflower null Lis Votniies
of Trrphtchori should give us the
tsne limp, liow &luw to iln,titid
tu iiiii-luliins, will most obediently
oley their oideis. 'J lie mischief
lays, in my tiiunblf opinion, In other
qiiurk'ts. Many couples tt.ku pait
iu a set of lanctrs, which they don't
know anything about. Others chut '
with the qirls and forget they are
on the floor and, of com to, they
miss the time, the consequence Is all
Berger's fault, why don't ho stop
and play slow, till they are through
with mashing. But a joke aside,
we will obey orders next time. In
conclusion, I'm sorry that this Wall
flower's criticism wound up a week
of hard work for the band, without
a murmur from us and no extra pay
whatever, but we are public servants
and have douo our share for enter
taining our guests, for the benefit of
the country, and the couuliy paj-s
for the band, and wc are their
BEFORE JUDD C. J.
Mondat, June Cth.
In probato cstato of John Robello,
of unsound mind. Petition of
guardians, Hon. W. C. Parke and
M. A. Gonsalvcs, for order of sale
of real estate. Ordered that license
to sell may issue to petitioners. W.
C. Parke, one of the guardians, in
Lonowahine et al vs. James Camp
bell et al, ejectment. Jury waived
from April term, 1887. Partly
heard and continued until Tuesday,
In probate estate of Kihaku (k),
deceased. Rev. E. S. Timoteo is
appointed administrator under a
bond of $200. J. M. Kaneakua for
BEFORE JUDD, C. J.
Tuesdat, June 7th.
Lonowahino ctal vs. James Camp
bell et al, ejectment and damages,
S200. April term jury waived.
Continued from Monday. Further
heard and continued until Tuesday,
Juno 21st. W. A. Kinney for plain
tiffs, W. O. Smith for defendants.
DECISION BY ntESTON, J.
Kameeui and others vs. Charles
Kamaiki. Bill in equity brought by
seventy-two persons ngainst the de
fendant, praying for nn injunction
to restrain the defendant from pro
ceeding with certain suits brought
by him against certain of the plain
tiffs in the District Court of tho
plaintiffs in their enjoyment of cer
tain lands at Konn, alleged to bo
held by the defendant on leac in
trust for the plaintiffs and other
persons forming aHui for cultivating
said lands, and for a declaration that
defendant is a trustee of said h aso
for the benefit of the plaintiffs and
of such other persons as might bo
found to be lawful members of said
Hui, and be oulcrcd to execute an
instrument acknowledging plaintiffs
to be members of said Hui.
Tho defendant demurred on cer
His Honor is of opinion that the
bill cannot be sustained, and there
fore allows the demurrer on tho
second and fourth points, n illi liberty
to amend within thirty days. With
out prejudice to the plaintiffs' right
to bring a new hill if so advised.
Tho plaintiffs must pay the costs of
amendment or of suit if tho bill is
not amended. L. A. Thurston for
plaintiff, S. B. Dole for defendant.
Late Foreip lews.
The barkentine Discovery arrived
from San Fiancisco this morning.
Sho has brought two day's later
news than the latest previous dates.
Wo are under obligation to Captain
Leo for late papers, from which the
following is clipped :
L. F. Loveland, an old stockbro
ker of San Francisco, is dead.
Sir John Macdonald favors an ex
tradition treaty between Canada
and the United States.
The Woodcoto stakes were won
by Baron De Rothschild's filly.
French troops are being dulled in
General Abram Duryea died of
paralysis in Now York on the 24th
May, at the age of 72.
Tho Pennsylvania Kailroad pro
poses to tunnel tho Hudson river at
a cost of $11,000,000.
Sir Charles Tupper thinks that a
policy of non-intercourse will not be
adopted by the United States, but
that if adopted it would materially
impiovo tho Canadian cities.
The royal programme for Victo
ria's jubilee has not been definitely
fixed. There will be a dinner party
June 20th, at Buckingham Palace,
a banquet on tho 22nd at Windsor
Castle, and a ball at Buckingham
Palace on the 24th.
Tho striking brickmakcrs at JElsi
more, San Diego, threatened to kill
tho Chinese imported to take their
places and then paid their return
fare to San Diego.
Clous Spreckels, tho California
millionaire, with his wife and daugh
ter, sailed May 25th for Europe in
tho steamer Saale.
Queen Kaplolani and Piincess LI
liuokalani and their suite sailed May
25th for Europe in tho City of
Tho advices from Panama to tho
16th May say : In ono of the lar
gest cuts water has been struck.
The amount of earth rind rock taken
out of tho section referred to cot
minimis of dulltirs, all of which U
renduiud v.iluelfs, ns the. water lias
wtihhed fiom the side of the moun
tain moic than sulllcetit to III) nil
Advices from Panama state that
the tindeis who Imn reached that
city repoit the stnull-pox laging
along the upper batiks uf the Ama
zon. A Dei lln dispatch to tho Sttmd
)( says: In an interview to-day
Pioiesrbr Virehow nsseiteil Hint
tlieiu was absolutely no d.inm-r in
Crown Prince Frederkk William's
malady, lie said, however, that it
would take some tlfne to effect a
The situation of the miner's strike
at Seraing, Belgium, is assuming a
more alarming aspect. Twenty-two
hundred moic miners have left work
and are taking part in the strike at
Chailerol; 1,000 men are in the
strike, and the appearance of affairs
is growing moro serious.
Joseph Chamberlain, in n letter
urges upon tho supporters of tho
Government's Irish policy tho ne
cessity of organizing, and warns
them that ir they fall to do so tuoy
will surely be beaten.
J. Joseph & Sons, merchants of
Birmingham, have failed. Liabili
The Anarchist Do Fuisscaux has
been arrested at Van Beugc and
conducted to Paris.
Tho great Derby race was run on
the 25th May.
Merry Hampton won, the Baron
second, Wartlcy third. The favor
ite was beaten, for the betting be
fore the race was : CO to 40 on tho
Baron, 100 to 14 against Eridspcrd,
11 to 1 against Merry Hampton, 12
to 1 against Aintrce, 14 to 1 against
Wartlcy, 22 to 1 against Blanchard
nnd 50 to 1 each .against Timothy
Paris, May, 25. The Opera
Conqquc took fire this evening, and
the whole building is now wrapped
in flames. Fourteen persons who
jumped from the windows are dead,
and forty-Unco weie injured. It is
probable that many were crushed to
death in tho galleries, but atpreseut
this is uncertain.
New Yoik, May 25. The Star
says that Queen Kaplolani' s object
in visiting Europo is to secure Brit
ish capital for a steamship lino be
tween London and Houolulu, and to
arrange tho difllculty about the Ha
waiian bonds negotiated a year tigo.
Referring to the Queen's tour to
night, Claus Spreckels, who sailed
on the Saale this morning for
Europe, to complete arrangements
for the shipment of machinery to
California, for a beetroot factory,
said : The Queen's expensive tour
will make trouble and her people
will not stand it. The only way to
make a Kanaka behave himself is
to stand over him with a club.
The United States must have Ha
waii, and it will not be long before
such a consummation will be
THE FRENCH IN THE NEW HEBRIDES.
In the House of Lords the Earl of
Harrowby recently called attention
to the condition of affairs in tho
New Hebrides, and asked what
course was proposed to be taken
with reference to this important
subject by Her Majesty's Govern
ment? He said it was a fact that
French troops wero still in occupa
tion of these islands. He had re
ceived letters fiom Scotsmen in the
New Hebrides dcsciibing tho estab
lishment of French military posts
and expressing the fear that these
operations would result in annexa
tion. The Marquis of Salisbury
said both France and England had
declared that they would not annex
the New Hebrides. There was no
doubt of the fact that the French
Government was in occupation of
the New Hebrides at this moment ;
but the French Government assured
them deliberately, and in tones
whose sincerity and earnestness they
had no right to doubt that they had
no intention to permanently occupy
these islands. The French Govern
ment stated that what action had
been taken was owing solely to the
outrages which had occurred in
1885, when some persous were
killed and others were injured. Tho
French Government had always said
that, as soon as a satisfactory ar
rangement was made for the preser
vation of tho peace in tho islands,
and for tho protection of French
subjects, they would bo glad to
withdraw their troops. The Earl
of Rosebery regretted to hear from
the noble Marquis that the state of
affairs in tho Now Hebrides was in
the same position now as it was in
May last year. Tho Earl of Car
narvon said, after several years of
parleying on tho subject, they found
that the French flag, which was
hoisted in the New Hebrides two or
threo years ago, was still flying
there. Whatever thoy might think
in tliis country, no Australian
could, or ought to, look at tho
existing stato of things in the South
Pacific without feeling tho gravest
A DESERVED REBUKE?
Ono of the many tales of tho lato
Serjeant Ballantino now life points a
moral for tho consideration of Lord
Selborno and tho advocates of the
expurgation of law repot ts. Mr.
Ballnntino.'was examining the peti
tioner for a divorco and nsked,
"When you entorod tho room, what
did you see?" "I had rather not
say," replied tho witness, "in the
presence of ladies." "Ladies!"
ejaculated tho serjennt, looking
round at a fashionably dressed crowd
with cars intent nnd eyeglasses
ready, "do not you know that they
come In re foi the veiy purpo e of
hcaiing hut you hud lathcrnutsay?
Pray ilo not disappoint theui."
A telegram dated New York. May
2nd, say;): Ills bc'ieved that the
Canadian Pacific Railway Cornpimy
is inquiring the control of the Bos
ton and Maine Line, which recently
leased the Boston and Lout II con
cern. The effect of such an arange
ment would lie to give the Canadian
Pacific access to Boston, nnd to ex
clude the Giaud Trunk except on
terms which the Canadian Pacific
London, May 17. Viscount Cran
borne, son of Loid Salisbury, was
married to-day to Lady Cicely Alice
Gore, daughter of tho Earl of Ar
ran. The Prince and Princess of
Wales, Prince and Princess Chris
tian, Duke and Duchess of Tcck
and a large number of aristocrats
witnessed tho ceremony.
This Evening, Thursday June 9th,
Tho well-known DANDY JOHN
. KAHAWAI will give a Grand
THIS THURSDAY EVENING,
At the Chinese Theatre, Queen Street,
at 7 o'clock.
AdiulHSlon, 50Cts; Children, 23 Ctn.
Friday, June 10, '87
At 11 o'clock a. m.
I will ecll at my Salesrooms for account
of whom it inny concert),
7 Nests Zinc Trunks
10 Ncsti Zinc Trunk, No 410,
4 " " " No. 417,
5 OASES SCHOOL SLATES,
9 Coils Sisal Hop, 3-16
15 Colls Sisal Rcpc, hi
12 " " " 5.10.
It) " "
15 " " 7.10,
4 i ii 1
Marked: II (in diamond) Ii, Honolulu.
04 cases Polo Kerosene Oil, 100,
Harked Jl (In diamond)
GO casts Ilymiui Bros Kcrasinc Oil,
130. Marked, II (in diamond) B.
Damaged by salt water on voyage of
importation, ex American ship liinour,
Brewer, master, from Boston to Hono
lulu, nnd mnrked
Terms Cash in U. S.Gold Coin.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
G8 It Auctioneer.
G. A. R. Card of Thanks.
rpHE COMMITTEE WHO HAD
X Charge uf tlie ceremonies and ex
ercise's lit-1 1 on Decoration Day, Miy
80th, 1687 desire to express ihcir tlnnka
to all wln assisted them iu ihu objer.
vanco llitruot; lo Ills Mujes'y tho King,
who kinrtl) gnu thu services of the
Roval Jlftwiuiiii Bund; to the Ofll :ers
nud Me.nl ets of tho Honolulu Rifle
Battalion, wlin acted its Escort; to Battd
master limber aud the Members of thu
Band for thu Inspiring music; to Mr.
S.iuders, who furnished free truntportu.
lion for decorations, etc; to tho Ladles,
whose skilful hands prepared tho lluial
tribute; und nlbotoMre. W. A. Hopkins,
tho tchool childicn, nnd the ladli sand
gentlemen who contributed so greatly
to the success and enjoyment of the
O. H. ELDREDGE,
SBJuueO Chairman of Comtnl'tec.
ANTED. AS "OFFICE CLERK
Y? And Collector, a young man of
unexceptionable character und habits
who resides with his family. Ono who
is a neat penman, nnd familiar with tho
Hawaiian languao preferred. AddrebS.
1 O. Box 357. 53 8t
CHAS. T. GULICK Is fully nuthor.
l7ed to demand and receive nil
moneyB due mo, and his receipt on my
behnlf will be a sufficient discharge on
P. II. OEDING.
Honolulu Juno 0th 1887. 58 tf
"""" I !- I V I ,1
THE BIENNIAL MEETING
OF THE MEMBERS OP THE
Queen's Hospital Corporation will
tako placo nt tho rooms of tho Chamber
of Commerco In Campbell's Block on
Friday July 8th next at 11 a. m.
M tf Secy. pro. lorn.
ALL CITIZENS OP THE UNITED
States of America, resident lure,
aro Invited to meet nt tho Hawnilun
Hotel Thursday evening, Juno 0th at 8
o'clock, to consult In roferenco to tho
observancpof July Fourth.
GEO W. MERRILL.
Honolulu June 8th lc87 67 2t
The Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for sale
Steam Family and Blackimllh Cca
and a gcnoral assortment of
41. Bar Iron.
MESSRS J. E, BROWN &CO.
XlJL A i: nil lio imiI unit vti.it O
I U ,1,1 T. N
Mm old u .MnHli 1 i-7. f7
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
inn Ki gd Mil Mi' . . 1" i i ii
..id hiitu cling iii ii y biisiiiu.i-, unJti
full l'ouui of Aiioiiiuv
A. V PIERfE.
Honolulu .tune 0 h IS37. ft iw
'piIR UNDBUPIOVED II A V N 5
I Ik en appointed AsigtiuoH otihe
Ksinto of Daniel Lyons of Honolulu a
btiukrupt, nil persons Indebted to said
estate uru hereby notified lo pay the
samo immediately to tho undersigned.
W. O.PARK L.
Honolulu, Juuo 7th 1837. CO St
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND OP ONE
doll tr ptr shnro will be pajnble on
tho cnplbl stock (f tho Peoplo's Ice and
Refrigerator Oompiny on Wcdnosday,
thu 8lh of June, at the Compuiy's office.
W. E. 1 OatUU,
CO 3t Hccictiiry.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY ANY
person desirous of procuring n
pleasant house can do m by applying to
thu undersigned. This house and lot Is
dttinto 1 on the corners ot Ucrctonla,
K( c iinnoku and Young btrcets. House
contains three largo rooms and three
veranda rooms, nnd dlunina room,
kitchen pantry .nnd bitli room, with
stable nnd other out buildings.
W. R. CHILTON
No. 07 Fort street.
Honolulu May 1)1 1887. 60 2w
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT,
occupied by thu undeisigncd,
tf V. C PARKE.
A CARRIAGE AND TWO HORSES,
XV. Suitable for express or family Use.
Price $450. Apply nt this ofllcu.
OFFERS FOR SALE
The Following Goods,
Ex " Scottish Lassie,"
Imperial Sperm Candles,
Door M'lK assorted.
Galvanized Fence Wire, 4, 5 and 6,
Galvanized Fence Staples,
Seaming Twine, 4 ply,
An Ass'm't of Crockeryware.
Hubback's White Lead,
" Red Lead,
Ilubback' Bollid & Raw Lincord Oil,
it. 7, e, 0 nnd 10 fr. Oalv. Iron Roofing
Plain Galv. Iron, Ridco Capping,
Galv. Iron Tubs and Buckets,
Saucepans, Ti'n Kettles. &c.
Single, Double & Children's Iron
A full assortment ot
Galv Iron Pipe
8 4,7 8, 1 nnd Uf inch Short
A. ood Ansortiucnt of
in assorted widths from 3 ft.
to 18 feet wide.
Cala. I. X. L. Lime.
Portland Cement, &c &c.
Departure Bay Goal
FOR FAMILY USE.
Just Received !
Ex BUtno John Worstcr, for sale
in lots to suit.
8,S40 PouudN pox Ton.
WILDER & CO.
MR. C. BOLTEIstbeagentofmy
Schooners "Hema" and "Rob
Roy," from nnd after Juno lnt, 18b7.
All bills prior to that dito will please
bo presented tn mo at iny office, Queen
Street, for settlement.
Honolulu, Juno, 1887. fi5tf
A Vow More Left For Male Cheap,
A. W. PIERCE & CO.,
61 lw Queen street.
Cottage to Rent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE
Low rent; furniture at a baigaln.
For particulars caqulrocf Jno, Magoon,
Agent, Merchant street. 27 tf
UellTcl.HtH. Mutual Tel. 180.
General Business Ageucy.
Skilled and Unskllhd Labor Furn shed.
Pron os on Judd Street, a' pr smt ocu.
pli i ). E i.iaei tu. Ovcr2ce
ia ix nt; u.l sun i ly enrlo-id
t ii.kd pnuid Willi fiun Pec buh
luielgnuud native; durable buildings.
Prcmlsesneir Thomas Squaro, Kulaokahun,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, comer of School and Fort
BlH'et-1, opposlto tho Government
Sohtol House 203 ft. on Fort street.
125 hit on School street ; one 2-roomcd
Lot ol Land In Knlthl Valley, opposlto the
The " Old Corner," situate on the east cor
ner of Nuuanu and (Juctii streets.
Lot, corner 'of Pcnsncola and Wilder
Avenues, Makiki, 2 acres moro or less;
may bo dlvidod up ier umull home.
Lot, on Berctanla Etrcet, mauka of Agrl.
cultural Gurdcu. Raro building site.
Filly Acres (moro or less) in Uaulkl, east
of Muanalun; 14 acres nf agricultural
land; 25 acies all together suitablo
for thu cultivation of rice, taro or ba.
nanus. All the necessary buildings;
Arlcslnn well, etc.
Lease ot Fish Pond nt "Walklki. A rare
opputtunity for a prcfitublo invest
ment. Cattle Ranch at Kaanapall, Maul, suitable
for a ranchman of limited means.
Lease ol Cottage and Lot with largo stablo
accommodation, m Punchbowl street,
near the Pauoa Stream.
Three Lodging Houses, furnished and dc-
ing a profitable business. Situated as
At the foot of Punchbowl street:
On Alnkea, above King street;
On Hotel, between Nuuanu and
For Lease or Sale on Reason
Two Cottages nnd largo lot above Klnau
street, on the Hank of Punchb wl hill.
Buildings new nnd in good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view
Premises now occupied by L. "Way, Esq.,
Ktihiokahua. A very dcdlrablu resi
dence, fully appointed.
Ulso, a vacant building lot adjoining
' TO LET OR LEASE.
One Large 2-Slory Cottago, out Reretanla
street, maktii of Puuahou, 2 miles
from tho Post Office. Together with
grounds, and iirte-ian well. These
premises are fnlly nppoin ed and very
convenient for u large family, nnd aro
furnished with sorvunts' quarters, car.
riago house, stables, etc.
One Large 2-Story Cottage, on the Hank of
of Punchbowl, $ miles from tho Post
Office, fully supplied with every con
venience for Immediate occupation.
Splendid location, beautiful view.
Ono Cottago, with large yard accommo
dation, crrncr of Liliha and King
street". Convenient home for moder
ate fatuilv; tlvo minutes' walk from
the Post Office
Ten Acres (moro or lcs) of good pasture
land situate on the (Government road
iu Kalihi two miles from town.
A 6-Room Cottage with kitchen nnd bath,
wlthlu a half a mile of tho Post Office.
By a Lady, as nurse or housekeeper, who
has iiad many years experience and
can guarantee satisfaction.
By a Book-keeper and genc-al business
man, who is acquainted with nil
br inches of meicuntile business.
"Wages not nn object.
By a Practical Engineer, who enn givo the
best of icfercnccs if dceircd.
By n thoroughly competent Dairyman,
who understands the 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
selvm useful in doing the chores in
private families; taking caro of horses
and carriages, etc.
Full particulars given with regard to
tho foregoing items on application at
Iho Agency. 03
BY THIS STEAMER
CHARLES J. FISH EL
Has received a full lino line of
In White, Cream and Colored.
A full line of
Linen, Torchon Laces,
.Ribbons, Hats, Millinery.
Tie Queen Liy Hat!
ALL THE GO!
Go inspect Mr. Fishd's New Goods I
Leading Millinery House.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
TF YOU, FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise It iu the Dailt Bulihtix
Mu mil Tui. 1,7.2.
P. O It x
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Real Estate Agents, Etc.,
Oiler the f(l w ng:
Collages lo Lot FurnMicil and unfur
msiicil, in good I callilis.
Co'.tago, furnished, lo let Suitable for sin
giu etui", ut.iiii..l y luiatul: lurge
ToLet. Shop In new biiik building oi
King street, near Nminnu, i.eU to
Chinese Ncns Co.'s offices. Kent very
To Let. a pleasantly frl'unted residence,
comprising iwo couages, out nouses,
etc., on Pauoa road, near Punchbowl
utrcet. Kent very low to meet the
Houso and Lot lor Salo. Very deslrnblo
residence on Berctanla Street. The
house oontalnB 4 Bedrooms, Parlor.
Dining-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Ua'hroom. Mosquito proof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 150 feet with rrlvllego of
buying next lot. Will be told cheap.
For Sale A sp'eu'Md property of over S
acres of land off Llllha titrcct; un.
rivalled as a site for a gentleman's
residence An early application nee
ssarv to purchase in a single lot.
THE BLACKSMITH SHOP IN THE
new brick building on Klnpstnet
near Nuuanu. recently occupied by Mr.
O. T. Hoyt. Opposite old station house.
For pirtfculars apply to
40tf J. E. BROWN & CO.
Situations wanted by
And other clascs of help.
Mr. Thomas Iscqvcsco,
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
5!8 Merchant Sjreet. Ot
1837 VICTORIA R. I. 1887
A. M. Hewett.
COtw Stationer, Merchant St.
THE FOLLOWING COMPETI
TIONS will take place on tho Race
Coutsj, and entries for the sumo aro in.
Handsome Prizes (a list of which will
bo published nt a later date), will bo
presented to the successful competitor!.
One Mile Race,
Quarter Mile Race,
100 yards Ri ce for Youths under 17,
250 yards Raco for Youths under 17,
100 yards Race,
250 yards Raco,
2f.O yarda Hurdlo Race,
Putting tho Shot,
Throwing the Base Ball,
Three Legged Race. t
The abovo events are open to all A ma.
Entries, accompanied by a fee of one
dollar will bo received by any of the
members of the Committee named: below,
and It is requested that early entry be
R. O All ON,
51tf E. B. THOMAS.
For Sale or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
Punahou Street called "Kananilo
hla," tho property of O. II. Judd, are for
sale or for lease for a term of years.
For particulars inquire of
Al.EX. J. OARTWBIGHT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13. 1680. U08
DURING MY ABSENCE from
this Kingdom Mr. C. Hollo will
act for me under lull power of ntlornoy.
Honolulu, Juuo 1, 18S7. 61 lw
ALL DEBTS, DUES AND DE.
mnnds ag.ilnst Captain O N. Arm.
Urong which ho has contracted on his
pereona account while hero, but none
on account of the bark "Kalnkaua,"
will be paid on presentation with proof
at the oQlce of.
, J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Merchant street. 60
O WHALE, BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale Boat, 30 feet long, 8 feet
deep: 8 feet wide; 3 22 feet Surf Boats;
1 18 feet Surf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, 0 feet 0 Inches wide, 2 teet
0 inches deep, with mast and sails all
complete; 1 31 feet Balling Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Anplv to.
.. , E.R.RYAN.
Boat Builder anil General Jobber. 61 tf
lk'll T 1. 1 .2
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