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BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
f Honolulu, Hawaiian Island.
.; Draw Exchange on th-
Bank ot Cullibrnln. H. F.
And their agouts In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Moists. N. M. Rothschild & Son, Londoi
The Commercial Bank Co., oi Hydnej
The Commercial .Bank Co., of Sydney
The Bank of New Zealand : Auckland.
ChrUtchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Colunuln, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banklnpl Business.
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Bat MUUlihed lor the ben8t of Ml.
FRIDAY, JUNE 10. 1387.
To-morrow being Knmebameha
Day, the great national holiday, the
Bulletin Trill not be issued. "We
all want a holiday, and we have
made up our minds to have one. So
their will be no paper to-morrow.
A BRIEF COMMENTARY.
As it is "the chief aim" of the
..Government organ "to disseminate
correct information about the isl
ands," it has occurred to us that we
might afford a little assistance in
supplying our contemporary with a
Jbrief commentary on a paragraph in
its yesterday's issue. It can rcpro
duco this commentary for sending
abroad by the next mail. We charge
nothing for our humble services,
and the small cost of putting into
typo can well bo borne by a paper
which receives a very considerable
fee for the publication of a certain
class of news matter which we have
always been in the habit of publish
ing at our own expense. Then the
postage for sending to foreign coun
tries will bo next to mil, as its
foreign circulation is mostly paid
for bv the Foreicn Ofllcc.
Our text is on the second page, in
the first column, and at the fifth
paragraph. It readeth thus : "We
have unfortunately had a number of
professedly friendly visitors who,
after staying here for awhile and
gaining a certain amount of confi
dence and patronage, have gone
away and, with two or three honor
able exceptions, have invariably ex
aggerated and misrepresented evcr--thing
that has come under their
observation in the country."
, jlhese, dearly beloved readers, arc
the words of an oracle which is
never expected to speak the truth,
only when it (the oracle) is hope
lessly out of order, and then onby
,b,y an accidental coincidence. More
over, they arc believed to have been
inspired by the great prophet "Waka,
the son of Gib, whose other name is
Murray. Now, this man is known
throughout the land to be wiser than
a serpent and not half so harmless
as a young dove. The words of our
text contain a great truth, but they
must be interpreted, before tho
"common people" can clearly under
The "visitors" who have remained
here for a while and gained "a
certain amount of comidence and
patronage," arc those who secure
access to, and are favored by tho
'atrouage of, the titled aristocracy.
any of these have gone away and
told astonishing tales, some exagger
ating to the disparagement of the
country and others on the favorable
side. This is just what any intclli
sv$nt observer would naturally expect
from the character of tho visitors
It must be borne in mind that
respectable, high-minded, honorablo
strangers who visit tho islands aro
not the people who find favor in
tho circle of aristocracy. Persons
of this class aro constantly coming
and going, and aro cordially and
hospitably received by our own
people of tho snnio class, both in
Honolulu and on tho other islands.
, Some of them occasionally record in
public prints their experiences and
impressions of Hawaii, on returning
to their homes. The errors they
commit are unusually those of imper
fect knowledge, and on the side of
leniency. Their eulogies are gener
ally stronger in favor of the country
and people than would be written
by, uny impartial writer who had
Wfresided on tho islands two or three
years. Mr. Peck, of tho iVcto York
Observer, and Professor Zahni, of tho
j Rocky Mountain Newt, may bo re-
' ferred to as recent examples. Tho
published letters of these gentlemen
aro moro or less known to our
f l readers. To bo sure, there are in-
accuracies in their writings, but what
" I "i I iiiji,'iiuiilYi)ofw.lili in
bare thoy said to the diiparngoment
of the country or Its people? They
saw men and things in their rosiest
aspect, and wrote accordingly. These
gentleman, and many other visitors
who have come here during the same
period, ueio modest, unpretentious,
genuine men just tho dcseiiption
of persons to be excluded from
aristocratic attention and hospital
ity, and derided and scorned as
Now, who arc tho visitors who
"gain confldcnco and patronage,"
of the nature which our text pro
bably means? Persons of both sexes
who are strangers to modesty, to the
nanus oi decent society, anu to n
sense of propriety ; fast, talkative,
brazen-face people j people who can
guzzle, gamble, and gammon j people
whose moral sense is so vitiated that
they pretend to sec nothing vicious
iu a low, lewd, loose life these arc
tho people whom tho lax and lasciv
ious Court of Hawaii invites within
its gate3, in whom it reposes "confi
dence," and on whom it bestows ' 'pat-
ronage." They are feted, feaslcd, and
festooned with garlands; they are
made much of, dined, and decorated ;
they come hero as the floating scum
of humanity, and go away as the
honorable members of the Royal
Order pf Thingumbob. They arc
keen enough to perceive the weak
nesses of their entertainers, and un
principled enough to take advantage
of them. Not unfrcqtiently they
give their I. O. U.'s in settlement of
their gambling debts, whilo they
fleece their associates of golden
dollars. They are profuse in tho uso
of flattery, adulation, and pretended
admiration of their new and distin
guished friends. At tho same time
they "laugh in their sleeve," and
inwardly pronounce them to be fools,
inwhich conclusion they come stir
pringingly close to the tiuth. When
they leave the county, in nine cases
out of ten, thej' can find none but
words of contempt and ridicule for
the country and its people, placing
everyone in the same category, and
seldom manifesting an over-scrupulous
regai d for accuracy. This is the
true explanation of the text.
Those "professedly friendly visit
ors" who arc fcaid to have "invaria
bly exaggerated and misrepresented
everything that has come under their
observation in the country," arc not
fit objects of "confidence" and are
undeserving of "patronage." Never
theless, we aro sorry to be compelled
to admit that too much of what they
say and publish is simply a breech
of "confidence," and nothing more.
If there were no such confidences
into which to take such persons,
there could be no betrayal thereof.
It might all bo summed up thus:
the man of low instinct who comes
to this country, is the very man who
is welcomed into the highest olllcial
circles, where the depravity of
human nature is ostentatiously
flaunted before his eyes. He goes
back to his own land, and
straightway tells all he has seen, and
sometimes a triilo more. Whereas,
if the depravity bo abolished, he
cannot see it, and if ho then reports
that the land is full of depravity he
"exaggerates" and "misrepresents."
Let tho atmosphere bo purified, and
there will bo nothing to fear from
RICHARD IVERS' DEATH.
SKETCH OF THE CAUUKlt OF A WELL
KNOWN BUSINESS MAN.
Richard Ivers, an old and respect
ed citizen of this city, died at.his
residence, 1325 Leaveiiwoith street,
yesterday morning. He had been
in poor health for more than a year
past. A trip to Europe last fall
afforded but temporary relief. Mr.
Ivers was born in County Kildaro,
Ireland, and went to New Orleans
when 18 years of age. He obtained
employment in a bank, whero ho
won the esteem of his employer by
his ability and business tact. Fear
ing the yellow fever he decided to
come to this coast, though ho was
offered an interest in the bank if ho
would remain. Arriving in San
Francisco via tho Panama route in
185 1 he proceeded to Shasta county
and engaged in mining, meeting
with success. He then returned to
this city and entered the giain and
warehouse business, which ho fol
lowed several years. He next be
came associated with tho late George
Gordon in the sugar refinery owned
by the latter. Mr. Gordon, who
was a heavy creditor of the Vulcan
ironworks, induced Mr. Ivers to
tako charge of tho foundry, which
was then in a critical stato. Tho
deceased straightened matters, pur
chased a third interest and became
its president. Disposing of his in
terest he took the contract indivi
dually to build tho Napa Valley rail
road, which extended from Vallojo
to Calistoga springs. His education
as a civil engineer enabled him to
coraploto tho undertaking profitably.
Ho noxt organized tho City Grad-
lug company, which once did tho
largest business of its kind, giading
many prominent lnndmatks, such its
the old Yerlta Htiena eeimtery,
whore the piescnt new City hall
Bland, lie wits one of thr iucor
noiators of thu State Investment and
Insurance company, of which he
was vice-president until his death.
Mr. Ivors was an cxcmplmv gen
tleman in the highest sense. He
was highly educated, of polished
address, and possessed sterling luwi-nc-s
qualltiis. He won the respect
of all by his genial and digndled
manner. His tastes were literary
rather than worldly, preferring an
even, quiet life and shrinking from
notoriety. Uc leaves a widow, two
sons and two daughters. Miss Aliene
is visiting her sister, Mrs. W. G.
Irwin, nt Honolulu. Tho funeral
will take place to-monow nt 10
o'clock from the residence. S. V.
Call, May 2C.
EARTHQUAKES IN MEXICO.
City of Mexico, via Galveston,
May 29th. At ten minutes to 0
o'clock this morning there was felt
here a violent shaking of the earth,
or a sort of lifting motion, which
lasted five seconds. Next there
came, prefaced bv a loud roar and
accompanied by a stiff breeze, a
violent oscillation of the earth from
east to west, which awoke nearly
every one, lasting, as it did, thirty
nino seconds. Houses swayed as if
they weic ships at sea, and persons
arising from their beds were in
many cases thrown with force to the
floor. Bells were rung in hotels,
and everywhere doors were forced
open. Then camo another oscilla
tion of much more violence, pro
ceeding from north to south. Dur
ing this shock crockery w as thrown
down and pictures demolished in
several houses. Thousands of per
sons dressed themselves and did not
go to bed again. Reports received
to-day .by Governor Ceballos do not
show an' fatalities as tho result of
the earthquake, and denizens of
suburban towns report about the
same sensations as were felt by the
inhabitants of the metropolis. At
tho School of Mines, Secretary
Ugalde reports that the seismic in
stalments showed thot a heavy
shock had taken place. These in
struments aro self-registering, and
prove that tho shock of this'morn
injj was a severe one. At the office
of Governor Ceballos it is reported
that the shock was much moro
severe than that of 1882.
Rome, May 29th. Four shocks
of earthquake were felt to-day at
Tcsi, one being of great violence.
Shocks were also experienced at
The Oceanic steamship Zealandia
arrived early this morning, bringing
dates to the 3rd instant. Wc select
the following foreign news items:
News from the new gold mines on
Bear River, west coast of Vancouver
Island, is of an encouraging nature.
One hundred and fifty Chinese are
working and making good paj It
is reported that an extensive quartz
deposit has been struck, tho assays
of which net thousands. White men
have gone in and will prospect
At the Progressist Liberal confer
ence in Belgium resolutions against
universal suffrage were adopted by
a vote of 317 to 127. The confer
ence, by a vote of 379 against 45,
pronounced in favor of granting
franchises to Chinese able to read
Tho report that President Cleve
land had scut a jubilee present to
the Popo is unfounded.
The Pope, in conversation with
Cardinals, expressed himself as op
posed to Catholics sharing iu the
elections for members of Parliament
until the Italian Government has
offered moro tangible concessions,
with a view to a reconciliation with
The Thistle arrived at llarwick
after her fifty-niilo race far ahead
of all competitors. Tho Thistle
passed the lino at 10:52 o'clock
Saturday night, the Genesta at 1:81
Sunday morning, the Irexatl:41
Sunday morning, Sleuthhound at
1:49, the Wcndur at 2:23, tho
Sybil at 2:37, and the Mary nt
2:51. The Thistle was ahead tho
whole time. She was almost be
calmed until 3:30 i jr., when the
tido turned, and a slight bicezo
sprang up. Tho race affords no
test of tho all-around qualities of
General Boulanger has asked for
a furlough on account of ill health.
The following lias been announced
as tho new French cabinet: M.
Rouvier, President of Council, Min
ister of Finance and Minister of
Postals and Telegraphs ; M. Flou
lens, Minister of Foreign Affairs;
M. Fallieres, Minister of the Intc
lior and of Publio Worship; M.
Borisfuet, Minister of Justice; M.
Spuller, Minister of Publio Instruc
tion; M. lleredia, Minister of Publio
Works ; M. Dantremes, Minister of
Comineico; M. Barbe, Minister of
Agriculture; Gen. Loussier, Min
ister of War. No one hasbeen
chosen yet for tho Marino portfolio.
News lias reached Merv from
Herat that the Ghilzais havo de
feated a thousand of the Ameer's
regular tioops and captured five
guns and considerable baggogc.
Bnliarmal, commander of tho
Ameer's forces', was captured and
beheaded. The inhabitants of tho
province of Herat and adjoining
districts aro greatly excited over
tho successes of tho I'cvoltcd ttlbcs,
and are said to join the Ghilzais.
Telegrams from Mciv confirm tho
statement that English engineers arc
actively foitlfying Ileiat. The aim
of the English iiuihoiitio is to en
able a garrison of 10,000 men at
Herat to withstand a siege of 90
A telegram of May 3 1st, says:
The ccntial crater of Mount .Etna
is iu a state of ciuplion. The How
continues increasing in volume.
Heavy clouds of smoke and masses
of stones and cludei & arc issuing from
The German steamer Roma, Cap
tain Bonnet, from Montreal, crain-
laden, while coining for a bunker of
coal, went ashore on May 31st on
Levison's Point, in a thick fog.
It is officially announced that the
Crown Prince of Germany will at
tend thocoming Jubilee ceremonies
Hamburg, June 1 A fire broke
out last night on the Strand. The
Hucbncr quays were entirely des
troyed. Six large sheds were next
gutted. Tho llamcs communicated
to two British vessels, the City of
Dortmund and the Gladiator, and
destroyed them. The masts and
Ugging of many other vessels lying
nt tho docks were burned.
At 1 o'clock this motning the fire
had spread over an area of about
300 by 400 yards. By 8 o'clock
the flames were under control and
not likely to spread further. It is
unknown whether theic was any
loss of life. Tho damage will be
immense, reaching, it is estimated,
to several million marks.
The Nord Deutsche Zeitung an
nounces the arrest of Cabannes, a
clerk, and Brueckncr, superintend
ent of messengers, who havo been
employed in the President's ollli-c
at Strasburg, on a charge of treason.
Cabannes admits that lie lias been
in communication with the French
Intelligence Department. Another
official, named Glausinger, who has
just been arrested, tiied to commit
suicide. He confesses that he was
bribed by Cabannes to give him
secret documents from the Sti as
hing lithographic department.
1837 Queen's Jubilee 1887.
Will carry Passcncois to and from tho
Picnic Ground nt ICiiplolunl Park on
the occasion of tho IjiiccnM Jubilee on
Monflay, Jin 20lli, 1887.
Persons desiring to tiko udviiutngc of
this means of conveyance, can hive
tickets and nil Information on applica
LEWIS .T. IJBVKY,
D9 Corner Fort and Queen St.
H. R. A.
GENEKAL MEETING OF THE
Hiiw.iiinn Kille Association will
be held at the Armory of the
Hononlulu Hi flea on Monday
evnlng .June 13th.
J. II. FISHEIt.
59 2t Secretary.
THE PHKMISES on Kiniili
street iceently occupied by
E. G. BOARDMAN.
For particulars enquire ut the Custom
Ilouse. 59 lw
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
Tho Kingdom Mr. I). P. Peterjon
will have charge of my business under
full Power of Auoincv
A.' W. PIERCE.
Honolulu Juno Cth 1687. C7 lw
DURING MY ABSENCE from
this Kingdom Mr. C. Boltowill
act for mo under full power of attorney.
Honolulu. Juno 1, 1887. 51 lw
CH AS. T. GU LICK is fully author
1ed to demand and recrlvo all
moneys duo me, and his receipt on my
behalf will bo a sulllclent disclmrgo on
F. H. OEDING.
Honolulu Juno l)th 1887. 68 if
THE BIENNIAL MEETING
OF THE MEMIJEK3 OF THE
Q teen's Hotpliat Coiponulon will
tnke piucu at tho rooms of thu Chamber
of Cinitnutuu lu CuuiphcU's Block on
Friday July 8.h nest at 11 a. m.
r7 tf Secy. pro. tern.
Vt ANTED. AS OFFICE CLERK
tt And Collector, a young ra in of
unexcoptlonnblo character and habits,
who rc-ddes with hlo family. One who
U a neat penman, and familiar wlili tho
Hawaiian langimgoprefeired. Addrcbs.
P. O. Box 851. D8 3t
A SFLENDID OPPORTUNITY ANY
pcrjou desirous of procuring a
pleasant houso can do so by applying to
thu undesigned. Tliishonso and lot is
titimteil on tho cornoiB of Bcrctanla,
Kccaumolni and Young streets. Houso
contains thrco lnrgo rooms and three
veranda moms, nnd dinning room,
kitchen pantry and' hntli room, with
stable and other out building.
V. It. CHILTON
No. 07 Fort street.
Honolulu May 81 1887. 60 2w
Sli. & "Ewa"
i tjjy Wi i
Unde 1 writer's Sale
Monday Juno 1.'
At 10 a m.,
At Mosrs C. Ilrowcr & Co' Hto o,
we will kI nt puhlln mic Ion, for ac
count of whom U in iv concern, iln- fol
lowing gocd diiumg d 1 1) kmIi wnlii (11
voyage of imp iriutlo i i. Timour, tiom
T (in diamond) YV 1 bbl Dairy Sill, 2',-
10 Hi bigs
T (In I'limnul) P G hales Cotton Waste,
CSS I s.
T (lu diamond) 8 30 bndls Wash Boards
CB (In dlann ml) 100 kegs Cut Nails,
12 kegs lid
1 kegs 8d
21 kcg lOd
M kegs li-M
!2 kegs CO J
5 kegs GOd
T (in diamond) L 1U cases 1 lb Lobster
4 dozen each.
No mark 25 bales Excelsior, 1-995 lbs.
W (T In diamond) H 1010 cases Chairs,
Wti'liliiglou Wood Seat.
Ditto, (H f caves Chairs, 5 Spindle,
" ICO 2 " " AslorGrcclun
P (Tin diamond) Co 5 Bale Felting,
N (T in diamond) B 02 Coils Manilla
yz In, U0 fins, HTUlbi.
2-4 U " " 7G0
if i " " 071
ii-214 " " "JOS
li3'i " " 701
in 8 " " 20,i0
10 W " ' 1017
25-2 ' " 8 14
36-2 " " WW
15 laf " " 1810
Terms Cash in (J. S.Gold Coin.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
5J It Auo'ionccns.
Spucial Salo of
By order of Sir. John S. Spear we will
cell at publio auction, ut his (-tore, Fort
On Tuesday, June 14th,
At 10 a. m.,
His stock of Jewelry !
Ladies' and Gent's Diamond Rings,
Gent's Solid Gold Scarf Plus,
Solid Gold Eir.rlng!-,
Collar and blecvo liullous,
Waltham Gold and Silver Watches,
An assortment of Solid Silverware,
Ton and Table Spoons,
Knives, Forks, Napkin Rings, &c.
The above articles aro all guaranteed,
anil aro sold on account of removal.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
60 2t Auctioneers
THE HOUSE AT PRKSENT,
occupied by the undeislgned,
W. C PARKE.
A CARRIAGE AND TWO HORSES,
Suitable for oxpic:,s or family tue.
Apply at ibis olllcc.
Departure Bay Goal
FOR FAMILY USE.
JTust Received !
Ex Bktne John Womtcr, for salo
in lots to suit.
,MO PouudH per Ton.
WILDER & CO.
MR. C. BOLTE is tho agent of my
SclioouLrn "Hcma" and ' Ron
Roy," from and after Juno lot, 1887.
All bills prior to that date will please
bo pies-oiitcd to mil ut my office, Queen
Strict, for settlement.
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, June. 1887. Mitf
A l'ew Move
IiCft 1'or Male Cheap,
PIERCE & CO.,
Tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for salo
Steam Family and Black: roith Cca
nnd a general assortment of
415. Bar Iron.
Cottage to Kent
FURNITURE FOR SALE
j. Low rent:
furuituro at ubaiealu.
For particulars ennuiro cf Jno. Macoon.
Agent, Merchant street. 37 tf
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UoUTul.atS. Mutual Tel. lilt),
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unsklllid Labor Furn'shod.
Prem -.es on Judd Street, at pr-senl oceu.
pUt h.v .1. Eminoli th. Over 2 c ci
iu ix nit; Butibtamliliy enclo-ed.
U a lid, p autid with fiuu liee-. bih
loieignaiid native; durable bulldiiigi
Promises near Thomas Square. ICulaokahua,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, comer of School and Fort
streets, opposite llio Government
School House 203 ft. on Fort street.
2j feet on School street; one 2-roomui
Lot of Land In Kallhl Valley, opposite the
Tho "Old Cornor," situato on tho cast cor
ner of Nuumiu and Qucen'streets.
Lot, corner of 1'ensucola nnd Wilder
Avenues, Mukiki, 2 nens moro or less;
may bo divided up for small home
Lot, on Bcrctanla street, mauka of Agri.
cultural Gnrdcn. Rare building site.
Fifty Acres (more or less) in llnulki, cast
of Moanalua; 14 acrei of agricultural
land; 25 ncics all together suitable
for tho cultivation of rice, turo or ba
nanas. All the necessary buildings;
Artesian well, etc.
Lease of Fish Pond nt Wniklki. A rare
opportunity for a prcfltablo invest
ment. Catllo Ranch at Kannapali, Maul, suitable
for a ranchman of limited moans.
Lease ol Cottage and Lot with largo stable
accommodation, on Punchbowl street,
near the Pauoa Stream.
Thrco Lodging Houses, furnished nnd dc
intr a profitable business. Situated as
At the foot of Punchbowl Btrcet:
On Alakca, above King street;
On Hotil, between Nuunnu nnd
For Lease or Sale on Season
Two Cottages and large lot abovo Klnau
slue', mi tho Hank of Punchb wl hill.
Buildings new and In good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view
Premises now occupied by L. Way, Esq.,
Kulaokahua. A very desirable real.
deuce, fully appointed.
AUo, a vacant building lot adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottago, out Bcrctanla
siuct, makal of Punnhou, 2J4 miles
from the Post Oflleo. Together with
grounds and nitcsian well. These
plenties aro fnlly uppuln id and verj
convenient for a laigo family, nnd aro
furnished with servants' quarteis, tar.
riago house, stables, Uc.
One Large 2-Story Cottage, on the flank of
of Punchbowl, IJ4 miles from tho Post
Ofllcc, fully supplied with every con
venience lor immediate occupation.
Splendid location, beautiful view.
Ono Cottage, with largo yard nccommo.
datlon, corner of Liliha and King
streets. Convenient homo for moder
ate family; tlve minutes' walk from
tho Post Ofllcc.
Ten Acres (more or less) of good rmsturc
land situate on tho Government road
in Kalihi wo miles from town,
A 5-Room Cottago with kitchen and bath,
within a half a milo of tho Post Office.
By a Lady, as nurse or housekeeper, who
has had many yenra experience and
can guarantee satisfaction.
By a Book-kccpor nnd gene-nl business
man, who is acquainted with all
branches of mercantile business.
Wages not nn object.
By a Practical Engineer, who can givo the
beat of references if desired.
By a 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-
solve useful In dolni; tho chores in
private families; taking care of horses
and carriages, etc.
Full particulars given with regard to
tho foregoing items on application at
tho Agency. ' 52
BY THIS STEAMER
Has received a full line lino of
In White, Cream and Colored.
A full lino of
Linen, Torchon Laces,
Ribbons, Huts, Millinery.
Tliellnceii Lilly Hat!
ALL THE GO I
Go inspect Mr. Fishel's New Goods I
Leading Millinery Houbo.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
TF YOU, FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise it iu tho Daily Bulletin
ififcJBijVjM'.'Sffif; 'jjt ; f2fi.iITILli"ft!S
Boll Tel. 1 .2 31u mil Tel. 72,
V. O. Bxl07.
Campboll Block, Merchant St.,
Real Estate Apis, Etc,
Oiler the f 1 1 oWiiwi
Collages lo Lot FiitnMii-d and unfur
nished, 111 goud li oiillllis.
Collage, furnished, lo let iruitnhlc for sin
gle peisun, eeiiir.il y locntidi lurge
ToLel. Sh'p in new lnlrk building on
King btrcet, mar Nuunnu, neU to
Chinese News Oo.'s offices. Kent very
To Lot. a plcnnntly sl'uatcd residence,
comprising two cottages, outliuusci,
etc., on Pauoa road, neur Punchbowl
strctt. llont very low to meet the
Houso and Lot for Sale. Very deslrablo
residence on Bcrctanla Street. Tho
houuc contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor,
Dlnlng.room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Bathroom. Mosquito proof, nouse
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 1C0 feet with privilege of
bnylntr next lot. Will be sold ctta.
For Sale A splendid property of over 5
acrc-t of hind oil Lllllni titrcet; un.
rivalled as a alto for a gcntlrman'e
residence. An early application nee
Bsary to purchase in a single lot.
THE BLACKSMITH SHOP IN THE
new brick building on King street
near Nuuann. recently occupied by Mr.
O. T. Hoyt. Opposite old station house.
For particulars apply to
40tf J. E. BROWN & 00.
Situations wanted by
Ami other clas-.es of help.
Accounts and bills collected.
Mr. Thomas Iscovcsco.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street. 01
1837 VICTORIA R. I. 1887
A. M. Hewett.
BO lw Stationer, Merchant St.
THE FOLLOWING COMPETI
TIONS will take place on the Itaco
Course, and entries for tho sumo are in.
Handsome Prizes (n list of which will
bo published nt a later date), will be
presented to tho successful competitors.
One Milo Race,
Quarter Milo Race,
100 yards Itaco for Youths under 17,
250 yards Race for Youths under 17,
J 00 yards Race,
250 yards Race,
2.10 yards Hurdle Race,
Putting the Shot,
Throwing the Base Ball,
Thrco Legged Race.
Tho above events are open to all Ama
Entries accompanied by a fee of one
dollar will be lecclved by anyofthe
members of tho Committee named below
nnd it Is requested that early entry bo
J. H. WODEHOUSE, Jn.,
For Salo or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
Punnhou Street called "Kannnllo.
hlii," thu property of 0. II. Judd, ore for
salo or for lease for a term of years.
For particulars Inquiro of
ALEX. J. 0ARTWRIGHT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13. 1680. If 08
ALL DEBTS, DUES AND DE
mands agilnst Captain G.N. Arm.
ttrong tUiIcIi ho has contracted on his
personal account while hero, but none
on account of tho bnrk "Ifalakaua," .
will bo paid on presentation with proof
at tho olllco of.
mi , J.E.BROWN & CO.,
Merchant Ftrcet. 65
Q WHALE .BOATS; 1 Decked
0 iVhalu Hont, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 2 22 feet Surf Boats;
1 18 feet Surf Hont; 2 IX eked Plunger
10 feet long, 0 feet 6 Inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with mast and sails all
complete; 1 23 feet Sailing Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. ,Annlv to.
... , E. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder and General Jobber. 01 tf
JOB PRINTING ot all kinds cze.
cuted at tho Daily Bulletin Office