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BISHOP & Co., H.tJSivKlh
Honolulu Hawaiian Ulah.
Draw Krlmiii! on tin
Bank of OnlltVu-iiln. &. I
Anil ihufr agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG UNQ.
Messrs N. M. Rothschild .& So ..Lnndtr
The Corainurclul Uauk Co., of svilticj
The Comtnortlal Dink Co., of Bydncj
The Hank of New Zealand: Vukhni'
Chrlstchurch :inl w cllii. tun.
Tjo Uauk of ltrltixli OulnuiMa, Vh,
torla, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a Oencnil Bauklnc Business.
Fltdgtd to neither 8ot sor Prty.
But MUtUtW lor thi benefit of til.
MONDAY, JUNE 18. 1887.
WAMT TO KNOW.
Will the Government organ, which
has access to "channels of informa
tion" beyond the reach of its ton
temporaries, kindly inform the pub
lic whether or not the expressed
impression of a distinguished gen
tleman who passed through here oi
the Zealandia last Friday, to the
effect that the Kaimiloa lias been,
or will bo on the iirst opportunity,
ordered back from Samoa, is right
QUEEN VICTORIA NEVER REPLIES.
" Queen Victoria never replies to
chargei made against her in public
prints." This is an assertion which
has been uttered frequently of late
by certain officials, with a toue of
assurance and a look of triumph.
So far as we know it is about true.
If all ofllcial utterances, and utter
ances of officials were .o close to
truth, it Mould be well for the offici
als and gratifying to non-officials.
The latter would soon learn to
respect the former as gentlemen
worthy of credence, whether their
views were acceptable or repulsive,
and honest journals would devote
the time and space which me now
employed in lectifying misrepre
sentations, to the discussion of more
useful matters. Queen Victoria's
example in this respect i3 held up
by the "certain officials" referred to
as a worthy pattern for Ming Kahi
kaua's imitation, and the letter's
silence touching the charges of
bribery in the opium license case is
said to be a commendable copying
of a commendable example. Here
the pertinent question suggests it
self, if it be thought a wise thing for
the Hawaiian King to follow the lead
of the British Queen in this small
matter, why should it not be con
sidered of greatorimpoitancc that he
should imitate her example in gi eater
matters? For instance, tho Queen
is credited with having a pure and
unsullied Court. We have never
been told that the King has ever felt
any wish or made any attempt to
fall in line. The Queen is believed
always to have taken care to sur
round herself with people of char
acter, an- example which the King
seems careful to shun.
It may be here remarked that the
Queen of Great Britain is not, as
some people who have had no Eng
lish experience and arc not familiar
with English newspapers hiippOM',
hedged about with a divinity which
public writers dare not penetrate.
On the contrary, there is no country
on the globe where its head is more
freely and fearlessly criticised. No
reader of Lahouchere's journal,
"Truth," need be told this. To be
sure, in any matter of government
the papers never attack the Queen,
because every intelligent man in
the kingdomkriows that she is" per
fectly irresponsible, that she governs
by her Ministers, and attaches her
signature to an Act of Parliament,
or witholds it, solely on tho advice
of her Ministers. Hence the accept
ance of tho fiction as an absolute
truth, that "the Queen can do no
wrong." The wrong, if there bo
any, is her responsible advisers',
Our leaders scarcely need remind
ing that tho Hawaiian Government
is conducted on a diffeient basis.
Here the King is responsible for his
own acts of government, because
he rather directs his Ministers than
is guided by their advice. His
Ministers have to obey his wish or
step aside and make room for others
who will. The Hawaiian Kiug can
do wrong, and docs do wrong, in his
public acts. About the only shaie
of the wrong justly chargeable, to
his Ministers, in many instances, is
their consent to carry out instruc
tions, contrary to their convictions
and their consciences, in preference
to the manly and honorablo alterna
tive of resigning their portfolios. So
that in hcnling of the lojMntivo
and administrative nets of Hie Ha
waiian WovnniM'iit, one annot
Milcly ho'il to the ride wlikh it fair
and just in Gmit Uiltniu.
But wo have dlgicssed somewhat
from our test, nud in returning to it
wc may my that although Queen
Vicloila is not called to nctotmt l.
hi r people, nor by tho public jouri tils
C tlin count i'Vi for her olllrlal nets,
to which she is adiscd by Ir
responsible Ministers, yet she is, as
the inipoitaut pcrsonago at tho bend
of the nation, deriving for herself
and fnmily a lnrge income from the
public treasury, made the subject of
criticism, which is often unfavorable,
by publio writers. The Queen 'does
not, either in person or through her
Minister, publicly reply to these
strictures. She has'beeu accused of
selfishness, of leaning towards a
particular section of the christian
church, of too much seclusion, of
being a burden to tho state, etc.,
etc. But we have never yet heard
or seen her accused of securing the
passage of a bill to legalise, under
licence, the sale of opium in tho
United Kingdom, and then receiv
ing directly or indirectly a sum of
money as n bribe from a person
desirous of obtaining tho licence,
and after pocketing tho bribe grant
ing the licence to another applicant.
If such an accusation had been
made against Her Majesty, sup
ported by tho allldavit of the wronged
party, by any newspaper in Great
Britain or Ireland, we are of opinion
that the matter would have been
promptly taken up and investigated
by her Government. Moreover, we
are quite suro that if such an nccus
ation and allldavit had nppearei
uncontradicted, in any paper in the
kingdom, they would have been
commented upon by every paper in
the land, and a stoiui of hisses and
howls would havo come from every
quaiter of tho empire that would
have diiven Her Majesty from the
throne. Such an accusation could
not have been, and would not have
II. E. A.
GENERAL MEETING OFTI1E
Hawaiian Rillo Afc-oeimion will
lie held at the Aruury of the
Hononlulu Rifles on Monday
cvning June lUth.
J. II. FISHER.
C9 2t Secretary.
1837 Queen's Jubilee 1887.
Will carry Passengers to and from the
Picnic Grounds at Kapiolani Park on
the occasion of the Queen's Jubilee on
muune 20tn, 1887.
Persons desiring to take advantage of
this means of conveyance can havo
tickets and all information on applica
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
59 Corner Fort and Queen St.
A Few 9Iore J.ert For Male Cheap,
PIERCE & CO.,
Tho Inter- Island Steam
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on hand for snlo
Steam Family and Blackimith Coa
and a general assortment of
415. Bar Iron.
Cottage to Bent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE
Low rent; furniture n a birgain.
For particulars enquire tf J no Mimoou,
Agent, Merchant street. v?7 tf
THE FRLMI i:, on Kiunu
street lectin y occupied by
E. G. BOARDMAN.
For particulars cnqulro at the Custom
House. CO lw
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
Tho Kingdom Mr. D. i. Petornou
will have charge of my business under
full Power of Attorney
A. W. PIERCE.
Honolulu June Gth 1887. G7 lw
CHAS. T. GULICK i fully author.
Iid to demand ami icscivo all
nionoys due me, and his ueeliit ou my
behalf will he u sufllckut dltchargo on
F. II. OEDING.
Honolulu June fith 1887. C8lf
THE BIENNIAL MEETING
OF THE MEMBERS OF THE
Queen's Hospital Corporation -will
take place at tho rooms of tho Chamber
of Commerce in Campbell's Block on
Friday July 8th nest at 11 a, m.
W tf Ji Secy. pro. tern.
Ql'A 13.1 DAIHY
On. It I n u unit .taken Mix.
Iveps iui .i v oi ImiiI imto 'lip
'll s of
Kck. flu-emu llivtmc i 1'onltry oil
!., toilgii niul DomoMic
Fiu.ts anc V jgetables.
Waikiki Bath House!
MR. W. CROOKS haying ukeu
charge of the Wulkiki Ruth House,
begs to inform the public that lie will
run the placo in n urtclas bathing
MRS. CHOOK8 will attend to the lady
patrons of the place, and every effort
will bo made to make it attractive.
TO THE CREDITORS OF THE ES
tuto of JOHN F. NcLAUGHLIN,
a bunkrupt, of Honolulu, take uotlco:
Thut the undersigned Assignee of the
Estate of John I McLaughlin, a ban
krupt, hus preparatory to his final ac
count nnd dividend, submitted his ac
counts us such assignee and tiled U o
sumo before Hon. It. F. Bickci ton, Jus
tice of the buprcme Court at Jiis Cham
ber?, to whom ho w ill apply at 10 o'clock
u. ni., on MONDAY, the 20lh day oi
June instant, for a settlement of said
accounts and for a discharge from all
liabilities as such assignee, nnd for nu
order to make llnul dividend.
And that tiny person interested may
then nnd there appear and contest the
same, W. C. PARKE,
Assignee Estate of
John F. McLaughlin.
Honolulu, June 11), 1SS7. GO 4t mlwi
The public to known that when I wns
ihIUkIl'l'iI to be "lion I'oinniiH niiMitU"
ihut Mr. Scligitold mv gutndian Mr.
Llojd that, "If ho would sue to have a
Mortgage given by mo to l)i. Kennedy,
brokin, and that if the place (Hecia)
sold for enough to pay them $10,000
that thoy would ghe mo !fi),000." Wh
the place sold for enough to innkc the
$o,CU0 good. Two or time days nflu.
wards they called my wife Into their
More, and told her that they km w-that
1 wns jioor, and that they wanted to
make tier nu nllowaneo of- $25 per
mouth for which slio thanked them.
When Mr. Llod came to town a few
days nftct wards lie went In to see them,
uml ticked them about die $5,000, that
they were to give me. They told him
lliut they settled with my wife about it.
Whui I got n man to go to Mr. Sellg
soran time afterwards he was very In
dignant about me, saying they had u'.vor
promised to g!u me $5,000, aud s.ild
something about glvlnir mu enough to
buy a ropB to hang myself with, mid
that If 1 did not take e.tre that .they
would stop the allowance of W por
month. Shortly fler this Grinbauui
was hcio and 1 told him about it, ho
said that he never heard anything about
it and Mr. Louissou aho suid the amo
day that ho never heaid anything about
Now lna week when I leased a Kule.
ana in Hecia to a Chinaman for $75, per
year that they had been paying $15 per
jcai for, Mi, Louisson was indignant
ami told rue that he would not pay the
monthly allowance of 3.'u, pel mouth
Now I can piovo all I have said by
thrto good witnesses but no other but
mysell as icgards Mr. Grinbaum anil
Mr. Louisson denying ever hearing nu
thing about the 0,000.
Mr. Loulsion nlso tnld mo that "be
cause I was a fool they would not give
my wife the $5,000, in I would lluow it
Now I have heard of some people
that their "word was nsgnod as tlulr
bond" but Grinbaum & Co.'s, word is
not as good as their bond, and I would
rather bo myself without a cent than
them with all their money.
Honolulu June Kith 1887. CO St.
CHICKEN RANCH COXSIST
itiit of 0 acres of leasehold for OK
years at a leutal of 8110 per year, paid
up to August 1st next. Tluce aeies of
this laud sue good for taio, aud alieady
piepaied for planting. Theru aio upon
thopiemises a Cottage of two llooms,
two Chicken Houses, 80 laying Hens,
about CO Half-grown Chickens, mid 18
Ducks. This enthe pioperty cut bo
bought for 130, if applied for soon to
CO lw 42 Merchant street, Honolulu.
STKAYED or STOLEN.
A SCOTCH TERRIER DOG, AN
swerhig to the name of "Gov
ernor." Any person found detaining
said dojr will be prosecuted.
1.0 !U W. II. ALDRICH.
A VALUABLE BUILDING LOT IN
Ilonlulu. Having a frontage on
King street of CO feet adjoining tho new
bilek stores occupied by Chinese, and
belonging to the estate of tho hit Thos.
Meek. Enquire of J. I. DOWSETT,
Queen .sued, Honolulu, June llj, 'S7.
ai ANTED. AS OFFICE CLERK
TV And Collector, a young man of
unexceptionable ehaiactcr unit habits,
who roiides with his family, one who
Is a neat penman, and familiar with the
Hawaiian luuguagoprufcricd. Address,
P.O. Box 351. Mat
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Are authorised to collect tor tlio
Honolulu Juno 8th, 1887. 57
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY ANY
person desirous of procuring a
pleasant liouso can do to by upplylrg to
the undersigned. This liouso and Jot Is
Fltuated on tho cornors of Beretanla,
Kceauinoku and Young streets. IIouso
coulalim three largo rooms and thico
veranda rooms, and dinning room,
kitchen pantry nnd bith room, with
stable and other out building,
W. R. OI11 J1 ON
No. 07 Fort street.
Honolulu May Ul 1887. 60 2w
The woll-known Racing Stallion
Sire " California," Dam " Puss."
Fastest! rooord on tho Islands, 1:164
Also, the Celebrated Gelding
Sire "Wild Idle," Dam "Kate Gift."
The above favorite animals will he
offered at Public Auction on
Tuesday, June 14
At 12 O'clock noun.
At Sales Room.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
CO It Auctioneers.
For Sale at Auction.
Friday, June 17, '87
At 13 o'clock noon,
At Intcr.Iland Steamship Wharf, foot
of Fort street, we will sell at Public Auc
tion, for account of whom it may con
cern, the Nicarnguan bark
Together with all
Standing Rlgeing, Ma9ts, Ynids, Sails,
Anehow, Cliain?, Water Tanks,
Two Boats, cto, etc.,
And at same time and place,
One Ship's Donkey Engine
nnd LOT OF PROVISIONS.
Terms Cash in U. S.Gold Coin.
Invcntoiy can be seen nt tho office of
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
GO -It Auctioneers.
Special Sale of
Elegant Jewelry !
By order of Mr. John K. Spear we will
sell nt public auction, at his store, Fort
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 21st,
At 10 a. m.,
Ladies' and Gent's Diamond Rings,
- Gnu's Solid Gold Scarf Pins,
Solid Gold Ear-ringb,
Collar and Sleeve Buttons,
Waltham Gold and Silver Watehes,
An assortment of Solid Silverware,
Teti and Table Spoons,
Knives, Forks, Napkin Rings, &c.
The abou articles are all guaranteed,
aud are sold on account of removal.
E. P ADAMS & CO.,
09 2t , Auctioneers
THE HOUSE AT PRESENT,
occupied by tho undersigned,
03 tf W.C.PARKE.
A CARRIAGE AND TWO HORSLS,
Suitable for cpics or family use.
Priro $450. Apply at this office.
Departure Bay Goal
FOR FAMILY USE.
JTust Received !
Ex Bktnc John Woistcr, for sale
in lots to suit.
SS.S540 PounrtH por Ton,
WILDER & CO.
MR. C. BOLTEiflthoageutofmy
Schooners "Hema" nnd "Ron
Roy," from and nfter Juno 1st, 1867,
All bills prior to that date will please
bo pieseutcd to me at my office, Queen
Street, for fcottlcment.
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, Juno. 1887. tfitf
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advcrtlio it tu the Daily Ijulletjn
JQfJ QUEEN'S JUBILEE Qf7
0 FOURTH OF JULY 0
The l 1 iiw It g fl u is Hittneiil of
All-Dolo cd Firovorlss
if E ti'in M u if win e,
lust re elvuil In tlm c n I ! n u
A. il HEWETT'S.
0 dor. 21b Colored Inhibition
S. S. oi
r, do. 2lb Parachutlo S. 8. do
'2 do. 21b Fold'g Kcqkctit (now)
C doz. 21b Rookcti S. S. do
12 tloz. lib Rockets S. S. do
20 doz. li Rockets S. S. do
0 doz. t oz. Rockcts-S. S.do
4 doz. 0 ball Steel Spanghd
colored and (now)
4 do. Golden Showers (now)
4 doz. 0-lmll Trl-colored Union
15 doz. 12.b:tll lrg3 size
G doz. 8-ballC indies
81) doz U-bull C italics
11 doz. 4-ball Candles
1 doz. H.lmll Vertical Wheels,
5 el07. i(lb Trlauglo Wheels,
NEW EUA ItENKALLIGUTM
2 doz. lib large (new)
BATTERIES OF COLORED
2 doz. No. 1 Daltcrleti, extra lino
:t doz. No. 1 Shells
2 doz. No. 2 Shells
4 doz. Io. 0 large (extra)
1 doz. colored (new)
Bogardus Cart Shells.
0) colt red (now) lu-hne,
Japanese day fireworks
1 doz. aborted (new and amusing)
1 doz. ir feet
1 doz. fO feet
JBnlooiiw -witli lire voi-Us
1 doz. 10 feet
2 oiil !)0 feet
2 dez. nil eolors (hrge)
9.000 full count
Hot! wliilo tiiid blue l tint
ill K-, "Willi Htuv licmllutp
lr rteeornl inn.
5 doz. size 1
5 doz. tde 2
0 doz. Bizo St
0 doz. size f
0 doz. size 0
0 doz. size 1. 54
New Goods !
Mr. L. B..KERR
Has received nnd opened up his New
Compiling a large and well selected
Suitablo for the Season.
These goods were selected in England
by Air. Kerr personally, and aro guaran
teed to bo of tho finest quality.
Mr. Kerr, having secured tho services
of a NEW CUTTER, ho is pre
pared to fulfil orders with the utmost
23 Merchant St.
Opon every afternoon and
Music ovcry Saturday Night.
THOMAS 12. WAIX,
1001 1'ioprletor. lyr
H. C. SHELDON
Has opened a
IN WAILUKU, MAUI,
and is prepnied to build
Sugar Wagons, Improved stylo,
2-whccl Dump Carls.
Goosenock Sugar Wagons,
Sugar Coolers, Juico Tanks, be.
Uoi-ho Shoeing u Specialty.
For tho convenience of the publio ho
will Hend ii 1 oy to Kahulul, Snrcckoli.
llle nnd Pala on Tuesdays and Friday- ;
and to Walheo nnd Wnlkapu on A cd.
nWdiysand Satuid iys. 48 3w
HE DAILY BULLETIN -The
moei popular pnper published.
,11 ii I mil Tel. 1.
General Busks Agency.
Skilled and Unikl'l c Labor Furn shed.
Tro i cs on Jurld 8 root, a pr n ni ncr.
pi t in -i E luci til, Ouru.ce
ii x nt ! si. lis nu i 1 eiii'in id
g nun j an vd with f ui i !- b b
toielguund native; durablu buildings.
Promises noar Thomas Squaro. Kultiokahua,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School uud Fort
ptrects opposite tho Government
School House 203 ft. on Fort street.
12 i feet on School street ; one 2-roomed
Lot ol Land in Kallhl Valley, opposite the
Tho "Old Corner," situate on the cast cor
ner of Nuuunu and Queen streets.
Lot, corner of l'cnsacolu nnd Wilder
Avenues, Maklki, 3 acres tnoro or less ;
may bo divided up for small home
steads. To Lei That very convenient and do
sirable cottage on Merchant street
opposlto the Mutual Telephone build-lug-
Lot, on llerctanln street, mauka of Agrl
cultural Garden. Iiaro building site.
Filly Acres (more or less) in Huuikl, cast
of Monnalua; 14 acres of agricultural
laud; 23 acres all together suitablo
for tho cultivation of rice, taro or ba
nanm. All the necessary buildings;
Artesian well, etc.
Loase ol Fish Pond nt Waikiki. A taro
opportunity for n profitable Invest
ment. Cattle Ranch at Kaanapali, Maul, suitablo
for a ranchman of limited moans.
Leaso ol Cottage and Lot with large stable
accommodation, on Punchbowl streot,
near the Pauoa Stream.
Three Lodging Houses, furnished and dc.
iner a profitable businoss. Situated at
At the foot of Punchbowl street;
On Alakca, above King street;
On Hotel, between rfuuanu aud
For Lease or Sale on Reason
Two Cottages and largo lot abovo Kinau
street, on the Hank of Punchb wl hill.
Buildings new and in good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view
Promises now occupied by L. Way, Esq.,
Kuhiokahun. A very dosirablo rcsl-
dencc, fully appointed.
Also, a vacant building lot adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
One Largo 2-Story Cottage, out Beietanla
street, makai of Puuahou, 24 miles
from tho Post Office, Together with
grounds und artc-ian Hell. These
ptcmUcs are fully appoin ed and vcr
convenient for a large family, and arc
furnished with servants' quarters, car.
rtnge house, Btabtes, etc.
One Largo 2-Story Cottage, on the flank of
of Punchbowl, llj miles lrom the Post
Ofllce, fully supplied with every con
venience for immediate occupation.
Splendid location, beautiful view.
One Cotlago, with large yard accommo
dation, corner of Liliha and King
street?. Convenient homo for moder
ate family; live miuuic' walk from
tho Post Office.
Ten Acres (more or less) of good pasture
land situate on tho Uovcrnment road
in Kallhl tzvo miles from own.
A G-Room Cottage with kitchen nnd hath,
within a half a mile of tho Post Office.
By a Lady, as nurse or housekeeper, who
has had mauy years experience and
can guarantee satisfaction.
By a Book-keepor and geno-al business
man, who is acquainted with an
branches of mercantile w business.
Wages not on object t "
By a Practical Enuineer, who can give the
beit of references if desired.
By a 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
sehoi useful in doing tho chores In
private families; taking care of horses
nnd carriages, etc.
Full particulars given with regard to
the foregoing items on application at
the Agency. 03
BY THIS STEAMElt
Has received a full line lino of
In Whlto, Cream and Colored.
A full lino of
Linen, Torchon Laces,
Ribbons, Hats, Millinery.
ALL TnE GO !
Go inspect Mr. riehel'a New Goods 1
Leading Millinery House. -Cor.
Port & Hotel Street.
Jl.i mi Tt .17.'.
.0 II v .0?
Campbell Block, Mordant St..
H Estate Acsits, Etc.
Oihi tin f I u Hit:
Co'.tagtllo'Lot Kernl l.e.l uul unfur
ii si.eu, hi d 1 e.iu'l
Co lajo, furnished, to let -u tit T 1c for tic '
gii 1 e Mv , (..(., 1 iy .bitttii : iiiij.fi
(.anlc. , de.
ToLct.-Sh p In new b l I; lii.lldli.g oj
King street, near Nuunuu, next to
ChincEC News Co.'s offices. Kent very
To Lei. a pleasantly sl'ualcd residence,
coinprlMng two cottages, outhouses,
etc., on Pauoa road, near Punchbowl
Ktrcct. Kent very low to meet tho
House and Lot lor Sale. Very desirable
rcsldenco on Beretanla Street. Tho
halloo contains 4 Bedrooms, Parlor.
Dlulug.room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Bathroom. Mosquito proof. Houso
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 1C0 feet with privilege of
buying next lot. Will be told cheap.
For Sale A splendid property of over 6
acres of hind off Liliha Street; tin.
rivalled aa a site for a gentleman's
residence. An early application nee
s9ary to purchase in a single lot.
THE BLACKSMITH SHOP IN THE
new brick building on King street
near Nuuanu, recently occupied by Mr.
O. T. Uoyt. Opposite old station house.
For particulars apply to
J. 13. J
. BROWN & CO.
Situations wanted by
And other clashes of help.
Accounts and bills collected.
Mr. Thomas Iscovesco.
Custom Houso Brokers,
Books Kept & written up,
U8 Merchant Street. Ot
1837 VICTORIA R. I. 1887
A. M. Hewett. h
Statlonor, Merchant St.
THE FOLLOWING COMPETI
TIONS will take place on tho Hace
Course, and entries for tho same aro in.
Handsome Frizes (a list of which will
bo published at a later dato), will bo
presented to tho successful competitor!.
One Milo Bace,
Quarter Mile Itaco,
100 yards Race for Youths under 17,
2.10 yards Race for Youths under 17,
100 yards Race,
250 yards Race,
2S0 yards Hurdle Race,
Putting tho Bhot,
Throwing tho Base Ball,
Three Legged Race.
Tho abovo events are open to all Ama.
Entries accompanied by a fee of one
dollar will be received by any of the
members of tho Committee named Uelow
and it is requested that early entry be
For Sale or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
I'unahou Street called "Kunnnllo
hla," the property of C. II. Judd, are for
sale or for leaso for a term of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALKX. J. OARTWRIGIIT.
Honolulu. Deo. 18. IbSO. 1C08
ALL DEBTS, DUES AND DE.
Urong hleh ho lins contracted on his
penonal acoouut while hero, but none
on account of tho bnrk "Kalakaua,"
will ho paid on presentation with proof
at tho ofllco of.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Merchant street. 6fi
3 WHALE BOATS i 1 Decked
Whiilo Uoit, 30 feet long, 8 feet
deep; b feet wide; 323 feel Surf Boats;
1 18 feet Surf lioat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feel long, 0 feet 0 Inches wide, 2 Feet
0 inches deep, with mast and sails all
completo; 1 21 feet Sailing Scow, wllh
mast and sails all complete. Annlv to.
E. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder and General Jobber. 01 If
JOB PRINTING ot all kinds cxe.
cujed at tb,o Daily Bullet Office
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