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BISHOP A Co.. ItAJMtlOi
Honolulu, Hawi.il kn Itlnudi.
Draw Knolini go on ii
Sanlc ut CulllUrntn, t. K.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, B08T0N, HONO KONG.
Mown. N. M. Rothschild & So i, I,nn loi
The Commercial Bank Co., Sydney,
Tke CommurclHl Bank Co., c' Sydner
The Hank of New Zealand t Viuklind
Okrlstehurch. und W ellln "m,
Tho Bunk of llritUh Cnltm. jhi, Vii
torla, B. C, und Portland, )r
Transact a General BnnklngI Business.
ft gnijg gttlU.Un,
Plrij4 to nlthr Seot nor Party,
Bat MUMUbtd for tht benefit of all.
TUESDAY, JUNE 14; 1887.
After-dinner speeches perhaps had
their origin in old England, and
were there brought to maturity. A
great pity that they were not
butchered and buried in their native
land, and never permitted to emi
grate to foreign shores. Unluckily
for poor Anglo-Saxon humanity,
wherever the Englishman lui3 gone
to locate, he has carried along with
him the hideous custom. Trans
planted to the soil of America,
Australia, Southern Africa, and
numberless other places, it thrives
and nourishes better than in its
native soil. Of course, it was not
possible that Hawaii should escape
the importation; for have not the
very people who icgard after-dinner
speeches and Fourth of July orations
as the "marrow of life" found a
permanent resting place for the soles
of their feet on these "isles of the
sea?" We have had some splendid
exhibitions of this wonderful "source
of pleasure" recently, and appre
hend that the finest specimens are
kept in reserve for the Queen's
Jubilee and the Fouitli of July.
True wit and genuine humor con
Htitute tho best possible dessert for
men capable of appreciating them.
But those article1 are extremely
scarce at this time and in tins g luce,
and men of that description nie in
variably in the minority on ilux
festive occasions. A'ttn-ilinui
speeches, as a. rule, when iic' vc e
sis they usually are, by nun "'iiac
tieed in the art," arc a combination ol
tho fluent gush of emptiness, the
clatter of conventional phrases, and
an exemplification of tho vilest
crafty mediocrity. When men have
thoroughly well dined, and iilled the
interstices with beer and wine, so
that they are utterly tight and full
to overflowing, their heads alone
empty, then is the hour of inspira
tion, when great swelling words are
forced out of their understanding
bv the nrcssure of stronjr meat and
drink. Their minds disdain the
common drudgery of every-day life,
and soar far abovo into the blue
empyrean of bunkum.
Now, this kind of thing was very
entertaining at one time, but wo
have gono through it all so often
applauded 60 many speeches and
drunk so many healths heard so
many horrible songs that set the
teeth on edge, aud endured so many
fearful discordances, enough to
frighten all the pigs in creation into
convulsionsthat we have grown
tired, and think it time to turn oven
a new leaf. Is it not possible to
convert these occasions to some use-.
f ul purpose to have something more
interesting than the howls of n half
intoxicated idiot something better
calculated to improve the mind than
the constant repetition of that parti
cular after-dinner trash which would
disturb the diaphragm of a jackass,
unless fortified with something
btronger than water? Anything
whatsoever would be a decided im
provement upon tho old hum-dium
of every numskull's health, dreary
speeches, agonizing songs, worn-out
fiddle-faddle, and maudlin compli
ments. AN HISTORICAL PRECEDENT.
History shows that tho Hawaiian
race is very tenacious of its rights,
und has been known to enforce them
against hereditary mois or kings
whose genealogy was not equivocal,
and who traced their descent iluotigh
tabu chiefs from the remotest an
tiquity. Fornander in his "Poly
nesian Races," gives onu nutaljo
illustration on the island of Onliu,
timo 177)1, just 114 yi'ars ago.
Pago 200, Vol. II, the following
"Kumahana followed his father
as Moi ot Oahu. He appears to
have been an indolent, penurious,
unloveable chief, and for theso and
other reasons incurred the lllwill
iiml estranged the loyalty of chiefs,
priest?, nnd o"mnioniMS to mi- Ii ii
d wire lint, filler iiiduiiiig hU ml
for llnee year, lit wu loriiin ly de
poP'l fr in N oflii u as Mul I y ili
chief j ot I'nliii in coiiiii ila-'cnlik-il.
S thoroughly had ho cuecei'ded.
In hi3 short incumbency of oQlce, to
m.ke himself disliked, that, in an
ate si pot uliarly prone to factious'.,
not n voice was heard nor a epeai
was mi-id in his th-fi'iiec. It was
'no of those few bit o lleos lovnlu
tiuiiD thai leave no eluiii on lie ag
of history. There was no anger to
appease, no vengeance to exact ; it
was simply a political act for pru
dential reasons. His deposition
atoned for his incompetency, and
his family were freely allowed t'
depart for Kauai, where ti.ey round
refuge among their kiudred in Wui
mea." At page 217, same volume, the
deposition of Kumahana, son of
l'elcioholani nnd grandson of the
more famous Kualii, king of Oahu,
is further referred to. "Though
Kumahana had grown-up children
nt the lime," it is said, "yet the
Oahu chiefs passed them by in
choosing a successor to tho throne,
and fixed their eyes on youi g Kn
hahana, the son of Elaui, om- of the
powerful Ewa chiefs, of the Alaweke
o Lrtilcona line, and on his mother's
side closely related to Kahekili and
the Maui royal line. Kahahaua had
been brought up at the court of
Kahekili, who looked upon his
cousin's child almost as a son of his
own." It remains to bo added that
Kahekili invaded and conquered
Oahu, where ho reigned till his
death, aud that Kaneonco, son of
the deposed monarch Kumahana
perished in an abortive insurrection
against the conqueror. Kahekili
was the reputed father of Kameha
meha the Great, whose rising power
he vainly attempted to check.
The point of this historical epi
sode is the deposition of a legiti
mate king of Oahu for cause stated
by his subordinate chiefs, their act
being acquiesced in by the common
On Wednesday, June 15th, '87
At 10 o'clock, u. m.,
I will tell lit my talcronni for account
if whom it nmy concern,
Adit, No. 27H1 caso containing
I Doz. Walnut Dining-room Chairs
A&R,Xo 1f0 1 ease containing JJ doz.
Walnut Extension Chain.
A&R1 1 nuc containing 2 Marble Top
O Co J Caitaret fable,
!( I. II ,1 II II l
" 1 cnc containing 1 14ft Wuluut
13 lon ion Table.
1 I) enbes contnlnlrg 1 Walnut Bed.
J room Set, No. 0.
1 Walnut Bedroim Utt, Xn
0 II II I J,;
1 " Run-in', 'So. r,8.
1 " blili'li'ii i', No. 110.
A< 2 Kofts 8d Cut I- nils.
!1T "'.10(1 " "
14 " 3J " "
0 " HdFinc "
Damaged by halt wntcr on vovaun of
importation ex Amcrlcim .Mp Timour,
from JloUon to Honolulu.
Terms Cash in U. S.Gold Coin.
One Black Horse!
Kind aud gentle, perfectly broken to
single and double homes?, nnd t addle,
perfectly safe for anyone to drive or
One Brown Colt!
Nearly 3 years old. AVoll broken to
e.idillo nnd pet fjctly safe, from Imported
stock. Apply to.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Corner of Foit and Queen
A Few Morn
Left For Halo Cheap,
A. W. PIERCE & CO.,
BHw Queen street.
CHAS. T. GULICK is fully author,
izul to di maud nnd losdvc nil
moneys duo mo, and Ills receipt on my
bolialf wi.l boa sulllclent discharge on
Honolulu June nth 1887. r.Stf
THE BIENNIAL MEETINO
OF THE MEMBERS OF THE
Queen's Hnpitnl Corprratlon will
tulcn place at the rerun of tho Clmmber
of Commeico in CamphcTfj Mock on
Friday July 8;h next nt 11 a. m,
Pi-r ( rder,
JOHN If. PAT Y.
57 If Bccy. pro, tcin.
- op ! uk-
To Le held at tholr Ringe on King St.,
opposite the Government Nursery.
Monday, July 4, 1887
At O o'clnck. u. in.
GOVERNOR DOMINIS CUP,
Valued nt $:01, for tho highest nggrc
gate stoic in in iiches No. 1, 2 tin 1 a io
Oeeoino the piorcrly of tho inurksninn
winning li three times nl regular meet
ings of the 11. It. A.
Won July ", 18:0 by J. Drcdle, M. D.
Won January t, !8j7, by Win. Unger.
I.--THE BROD1E MEDAL.
Valued at 50; also secnud pl.u or $5;
third pitze 2.IJ0. Condition cf tun
in itch: Open in till ineirn.-rrt of the A
Hoclallon, and membeis of lhc legultir
and vnliinucr milliary conipjities of th
lltigiliin; to beeoiiio llm properly if
thu lnurktuiiiu winulng it ihite tiin.8 nt
regular m. elingn ol llui 11. 11. A
Disniiii-c, 200 vai (1; loumlt, 10; liny
military rltlc umlcr die rules; lni-liid to
one eutrj to each coin pi-titer. Kuli.iucu
Won January 1, USC, by Win. Uugcr.
Won Ju y 5, lsBO, by C. li. Wil oj.
Won January 1, SSl, by 0. 11. Wilson.
I I.-THi: ALUEN FRUIT AND TARO
Valued 9101; alt.ii a po-oikI prize of ?";
t'lnlpr.iti.?a.G0. Conditions: Open to
nil c.omuis: to become tli properly of
the ln-irUtntan winning lith cu nines at
CKiilur meetlrgl ot tlto U. It. A.( 10
rouuds cicli in Ihu 400 and WO yard
langib; tiny military rillo under iho
iiiIls; limltid to one enlty for each com
pititur. Entrance fee, 81.
on July 0, IsrG, I y J lirolie, M. D.
Won Jnuiiiuv 1, I8s7, by W. U. King.
III. II. It. A. TROPHY.
Valued at $1C0 Competilois llmilcl to
meuibTs of llm Association. Condi,
tion-; For liic lilgiu'-t aggregate eco-u
iitSOOnml C03 ynids; 10 round nt ct.ch
distance ; tiny military liile under tho
riili-n; to becomo tlio prnnerty of the
niarlc-mun winning it three times .-it
regultr meeting nl the II. H. A. En.
tr.iucc fee, 1.
Won ,lu mint y J, 88'J, by F..T. Ulirntr-H.
Won July 5, 1SS0. by J. Umdle M. D.
Won Jnnnniy J, 1867, by Win. Uuger.
IV. ALL-COMERS' MATCH.
Four cash prizes, namely: 25, 15, 10
art! 10 per cent, of tiiu net receipts,
i onilitlojK- Open to nil ninrksmcn; any
military rillo urder tho rules; 10 rounds ;
distance, 2 0 yards. Entrance fee, $1.
V ASSOCIATION SECOND CLASS
Open to all mcmbois of tho Asi( ela
tion who hivo niver mudea recoijl ex.
cceding 75 per cent at any regular meet.
Ingof the II It. A. F.rat pilze, n Sil
ver Medal; ticond pnzo, ono dozen
I'hntugrnph?, pie.-enled by J J. il
liams, Eq. Cunditnns: Kouucis, 10;
distanco, 100 jards; any mlllturr riflu
under the rule. Entrance fee, $1. En.
tries unlimited .
VI. ASiOCIATION THIRD CLASS
Open o all members of tlto Assoc! u.
tiou wlio bave never m.idu n record ex.
ceidlngOJ pi-rucnl nl nny regular meet
Irg of the II. R. A. Fhbt nrbe, a till-vl-i
mediil; S c md prize. Woven Cart
ridge licit nnd one hundred C.utridges,
presented by C. II. Nlcoll, E-(j. Condi
tions siuno us in Match No. t.
Four cish prizes, nainely, 2ij, 15, 10
und 10 icr cent of tho nut ricelpts.
Conditions: 0,)cn to all uuirKsmeu who
have never miiiln a record u.Mceding 70
Iter cent at nnv mccling of tlio II. R. A.;
rounds, 5; distnce,2C0 yards; any mill
iary villus iindi-r t lie iiilc.-. Ei.tr.mcu
fee, CO cint.-. EntiicH unlimiled.
VIII PISTOL MATCH.
Firht prle. ono Smith & Wesson 8S.
callbic nickel p'ntcd Rcvolv r. Condi.
t loni : Open to all; lounds, 10; dljtnnco
lOOfiel. En' ranee feo, CO oolite. En.
Entries can bo nndn to tlm Secretary,
or at tho gun stoto of Mrs. Thos, Lnck,
nt nny timo before, or nt tho Riugo on
the day tf the match.
Extra gnus nnd cartridges can bo on
tnhicd at thuR.ngc.
J, II. FISHER,
J. RRODIE, M. P.,
Ol AKElt DAILY
Ktni; unit Aiulivn Ntx.
con i"Lil on liniid
ll s of
i:cui. Chtresi'. Dr-tmc i Poultry on
lt', I-onlii mul lloutclio
Fruits and Vsgetablee.
Waikiki Bath House!
MR. W. CROOKS haying tilccn
cliarge ol tbe Wuikikl Until House,
begs to Infonn the public that lie will
iuu tho place ns a llrtt-cluss bnthing
Hi RS. CROOKS will ntlend to the lady
pntron-i of the piece, nnd tvury U'o
will bo made Io uuiUe li attractive.
rpo THE CMEOITORS OF THE LS
X talo of JUilN F NlUACUULIN,
u tiDiiUiupt, oi Honolulu, (.iken-) ice:
Hint thu underclutiid ABlgin0 ot lhc
Estate of John F. AiuLtiughliii. t ban
krupt, bus picp.ratory to his 11 mil ac
count nnd dividend, nilnnlllcd bis tie
counts as sin li na-icn.-e aud tiled te
snuu boloro Hon. R. l- liicUui ton, .T.is.
Lice of the Sutireine Court at his thuin.
b trf, to whom lie will upply m ID o'cloi k.
a.m., on MU.XUAY, Hie BU li uay o:
June instant, for u hcttlentent of Miid
accounts nnd for a dlschnige fiom all
liabilities as sucli ns-lgtiee, nnd lor nn
order to in ike a 11 tut 1 dividend.
And that ny person Interested niny
then and there niipeir und vnnlcit tlm
Mime, W. CPUtlCE,
As tgueu Eiiutj if
John r'. iUI.'iugliliti.
Honolulu, Juno 1!J, 18S7. CO-iinitwi
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
'i'lio Kn gilom Mr. I). I . l'eit-r.uii
nl have cliuig-iuf my business uulir
full Power of Attorney
A. W. PIERCE.
Honolulu June Gib I S3. 57 lw
The public to known thai when ( as
ndjudged In be 'nun compii mentis''
that Mr. Selig Ltold niv guaidian M.r.
Llojd lliat, "if he would sue to li.ixe a
.Mortgage given by me in Dr. Kennedy,
biokin, und ill 1 1 If the place tlleein)
bold lor enough to pay ihem 810,000
lliht i hey would give mo. -jGOO.' WUI
the place bold lor enough tu make the
?.),i 00 good. Tim or llino dajs afli-r.
wards they called my wife Into thtlr
siorc, and told Her mat Uie km w Unit
1 miii pool, nnd l lint they wanted tt
maku tier an allowance ol $'25 pd
month lor whidi she thnnk-d tlicm
Whin Mr. I.loid came to town u lew
diiysnfieiwardi'lie went in to mu thein,
and n ked them about li e 5,000, thai
they were to give mil. They told him
tlmt they rcitlcd with my wite about it.
When I got a man to go to Mr. Selig
mjiiih time afterwords hu m viuy in
dignant uliniil mo, 8iyln-i they had n-vo-prllmied
to givu mo $3,000, nnd said
boineihiug about glvlnir me enough to
buy a rip j to hung myself with, und
that if 1 did not tike euro that they
would itop the iillowimci) ol i5 per
monili. Shoitly ificr this G iiihaum
was here und 1 told him iibiiiiit.be
hid 1 that hu never luard anyihing alioui
It und Mr. Luuis-on alio i-itid the saniu
day that ho uewr heard anything aluul
Ihe $3 0Q0
N"v Juki week when I- leafed a K u'c
una in Hoclu to u Chin iiuan for $7 per
year I hut ihey had Iilhii laying :& par
jejr fur, Mr. Lut.l-huu was iiidignanl
and told ma Unit ho wouU not piy the
niontblr allowance of 9.5, per month
Now I can prove nil 1 have said ly
three good wlliuiics, but no other but
mysclt ns ro-utds Mr. Urlubauiu and
.Mr. Loulssnu donvinir ever Learingau
thlug about the .Vn,C00.
Mr. Lnulsion al.-o told mo tint "be.
cause I was a fool tlu-v would not irie
my wife tlio 5,000, us I would throw it
Mow I lmvo heard of soiuo pcoj 1 1
that their "word was us good as ilulr
b mil" but Giiiibaum & Co.'s, woid is
in t us good as their bond, und I would
lather lu myself without a cent limn
them wiih nil itieir ninney.
lion ol til u June lHih 1SS7. CO 3t.
CHICKEN RANCH CONSIST
inir of 0 acres of leasehold for ni
years at a rental of $110 per year, palil
up to August 1st next. Tlueo acres of
this land are good for tnro, and already
pieptued for planting. There aio upon
the premises a Cottago of two Rooms,
two Chicken Houses, 60 laying Hens,
about fiO Hiiif-grihMi ClilekeiiH, and 18
Ducks. Tills entlio property can bu
bought for SKiO, If npplled for soon to
CO 2 42 Merchant Mieet, Honolulu.
A VALUABLE BUILDING LOT IN
Honlulu. Having u lrontage on
King street of GO feet ndjultilng tho new
brlek stores occupied by Chinese, and
belonging to the estate of the lit Thus.
Meek. Enn,ulro of J. I. DOWSETT,
Queen si.-cct, Honolulu, June II), '87.
a ANTED. AS OFFICE CLERK
M And Collucfr, a young nun of
unexceptionable character und haliits,
wlio rc-tlcUs with his fninily. One who
is u neat penman, und familiar with tho
Hawaiian language prelerivd. Address,
P. o. linx asi. ns nt
MESSRS J. E, BROWN & CO.
Are umhoilsed to collect turtle
Honolulu Juno 8th. 1P87.
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY ANY
person desirous of procuring a
pleasant houeo can do o by applyir g to
Ihu undesigned. Thi house ami lot Is
tltuiitol nn tho enrunrs of llcrulnn'n,
Kcc-iitinoku nnd Young btreets. Homo
contains three largo looms and llnee
veranda rooms, und dinning room,
kitclirn pantry nn I bitli room, with
stnblo nnu other cut building.
W. R. 0111L1ON
No. 07 Fort street.
Honolulu May 31 1887. 80 Sn
Sale of tho "Giij'iliii'iiio."
Will h'n'd.i I'.b' i A c'nn r -e.
etui t of w h in It in i.i to. c r i, i. c N c.
ma u ii bark
or C.ir ni, N.'- riiiit 00) tin? i-itls e
Friday, June 17, '87
' At I J n'l-lni-k ioi,
At It Ur.l.land 'e msh p Nlniif, .OJt
r. of Foit btrvit.
1 DONKEY ENGINE
and LOT OF PROVISIONS.
Tin- nbovo vesfel was built nt Mnscl.
)nii.l, Nova Scotia, In the year 1670. For
fuulicr particulnis, Inquire of 11.
HACKFELD & CO. u.
13. P. ADAMS & ,Co.
00 -It Auctlnnrora.
Special Sale of
Ily otder of Mr John H. Spear we will
sell nt public, auction, nt hit More, Fori
0M TUESDAY, JUNE 21st,
At 10 a. in.,
His Stock of Jewelry!
Ladies' and Gent's Diamond Rings,
Gnu's Solid Gold Staff Fin,
S 1 dGoMEtr.rlng.-,
t'oiiur unit sleeve Duttors,
Waltham Gold and Silvor Watohes,
A-i n-i-ortment ot"S dhi Silverware,
Tea ami Tallo Spoons,
Knives, Forks, Napkin Rings, iStc.
Thu above nillc'is nro all gunrnntcul,
und ure sold on amount of tein ,val.
E. P ADAMS &; CO.,
51 fit rAtntlonccrs
THE HOUSE ATtRKSENT.
'eiiipk'd by the UndcitiKiii-d.
IiuKul htr.'i-l. f.
ACAHI1IAGE AND TWO HORSES.
S iltiibie for e-cpic-s or fnmlly u-e.
Piico .?45'). Applv nl thin ollice.
FOU FAMILY USE.
.lust DR.eceivcl !
Ex Hktr-cJ dm Worstcr, for Mile
in lots to bjIi.
,tt'10 PouiidH per Ton.
WILDER & CO.
1TR. C. BOLTE Is the agent cf my
TJL Schooner "HtLiA'" nnd 'Ron
Rov," from und niter Juno lt, 18K7
All bills prior to that date will please
be ptei-ented to me ut my office, Queen
Street, for tettlcmcut.
J. I DOWcETT.
Honolulu. June; 18d7. C5tf
STRAYED or STOLEN.
A SCOTCH TERRIER DOG, AN
sweilng to the name of "Gov
ernor." Any person found detaining
said dog will bo prosecuted.
CO at W. II. ALDRICH.
Open every afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
THOMAS 13. WALL,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
H. C. SHELDON
nus opened ti
IN WA1LUK0, MAUI,
nnd ts pi (spared to build
Sugar Wagons, Improved stylo,
2-whecl Dump Carts.
Goosonock Sugar Wagons,
Buckboards, Brakes, Expresses,
Sugar Coolers, lulco Tanks, &c.
Ilm-Nu MIiociiiB a Miivciiilty.
For tlio ccnvcnleneo ,of the public ho
will send uloyto Kiihulul, Bprcokeln.
Illo nnd Pain on Tucfdavk and Fridays;
..., 4n t ..ll.n.. nn.l . ; !!..... .. 11'.., I
nenlnvs nnd miiipiIivh.
W 11 IIIIIUU lM, ,f t)UIIJll uu , CU'
rpHE PAILY BULLETIN -The
4. luost popular paper published. '
Unliinl Till. Si
. . itiiiin.
General Basimss Agency.
Skilled and Uiuklll u tabor Furn thed.
RE AL ESTAT ..FOB SALE.
Pro i ei on JiMd 8 oot. u i r n oi- t .
pi i tu .i E inc. t . Over -J e u
i.i x nt; a .I'M an l,i u H hi id
U u mi , tin (1 with f ii. i iv b li
.i. eit n u ii u In ; i! riid b I il g
Promises noar Thomas Square, Kuhiui.auuii,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School nnd Foit
streets, opposite tho Government
Schtol House 20 ft. on Fort street,
Vii feel on School street; one 2-roomcil
Lot ol Land In Knlilil Valley, opposite the
Morns reml is.
The "Old Corner," blluatc on the cast cor
tier of Nuuiitiu and Queen streets.
Lot, comer of Pensacola nnd Wilder
Avenues, iUiKiKi, a ncres more or luss;
may lie dlvldod up lor small home.
To Lei Hint very convenient and dc.
hlrublc cottnge on Merchant street
optoiito thu Mutual Tek piiono build
ing. Lot, nn Brrctnnlu rtrcrt, mnukn of Agri
cultural Gur.len. Rare building site.
Filly Acres (more or less) in Hi ulkl, cast
of Mnatialuii; II acres if ii(.riCultonil
luud; 25 ueics all together suitable
for thcTuiiltivntiou of rice, taro or b.i.
nams. All the tucustnry building;
Artesian vM', etc.
Leaso ol Flih Pond nt Wiikiki. A 'are
oppuitunity for a pn fliuhle invest
ment. Cattle Ranch at Knannpnll, Mntil. suitable
Ur a iiiiichman of limited uieuns.
Lease ol Cpttago and Lot with lor go elnble
accommodation, n Punchbowl btrcci,
noar the Pauoa Slrcam.
Thrco Lodging Houses, furnished nnd dr.
lug it profitable business. Situated us
At tho loot of Punchbowl streit;
On Alnkea, ubi v King 9iriei ;
O.i Until, U-twt-in Nuuunu nnd
For Lease or Sale on Reason
Two Cottages nnd large lot above Kinnu
street, on the Ihu k of Puiichb wl hill
Building new nnil'ln good eoiidi.iou.
Healthy location; eautlful view
Premises now; occupl.-d by L, Way, Esq..
Kiilaqkabua. A' very dclr.ible real,
dence, fully app( luted.
Also, a vncint building lot adjoining'
TO LET OB LEASE.
One Large 2-Story Cottage, out Rerctani i
sinoi, mnkni ot Fuuilhoti, 3tf u.i'cs
from the Post Uftlco. Togeiher with,
griti'ids apd nrtu-iun well. These
nrimlH-s nru fnllv nnnoin id und ven
convenient for a large family, und are
fuiuishul with soivaiits' .quarters, car.
nn go house, stables, itc.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottage, on tho Hank of
of Punchbowl, X miles irom thu Post
Oillce, fully BiippJcd with every con
venience lor immediate occupation.
Splci did location, beautiful view.
Ono Cottage, with largo yard arcommo.
dntioti, ci rucr cf Lil hu nnd King
ttects. Convenient home for moder
nicfamlK; live mliuuci walk from
the Post Office
Ten Acres (moio or les?) of good pasture
luud situate on thu Government road
in Kulihl two miles from town,
A 5 -Room Cotlago wiih kitchen nnd bath,
within a bull a mile ot the Post Office.
By a Lady, ns nurse or housekeeper, who
has bud many yearn experience nnd
can guiuanico suusiaction.
By a Book-keeper ami geno-al biiblucss
mini, who is acquainted ' with all
branches of men-untile business.
Wages not nn tbject.
By a Practical Enylneer, who cn'u give the
best of references if desired.
By a thoroughly competent Dairymanv
who understands the business lu nil
By a man accustomed to plantation work.
who has been muny j ears a resident of
By Several Men who w.'ll make them.
selve Lsofnl in dniiulhe chores in
private families; taking cure of horbes
and carriages, etc.
Full par'Iculnrs given with regard to
thu foregoing items on application ut
iho Agency. (52
BY THIS STEAMER
CHARLES J. FISHEL
Has received a full line lino of
In White, Cream and Colored.
,jir A. full lino of r
Linen, Torchon Laces,
Ribbons, lints, Millinery.
ALL THE GO !
Go inspect Mr, Fishel's New Goods I
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Leading Millinery House.
Oor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
tan Lilly Hat!
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Real Eslate AmU'Kt,
Ollti the f 1 w li:
Co'.la;fo lo Lei ' ur.il bed u. d unfur
it ui.e.i, in gu,id i e,i i'i s
Co.tafiC, lurnitlitd.tolet- u lutle forsli-.
g-ii i um , ei-i r iy unit, i : .iiro
curdu , ite
io loi. ait pin in w i i. k n tun go
niiig rirci I, n ir Aui. mi let to
Clilii0toNoB Co.'s offices. Rent ery
To Lei. a pleasantly tl'tiated residence,
caiiiprlsin,tt two cottagts, outhiuscj.
' etc., on Pillion road, near Punchbowl
Rticit. Rent very low to meet tho
House and Loi lor Sale. "Wry deslrnllo
tesidenco on Reicti,iiia Btreet. The
h ui'O containB 4 Bedrooms Parlor,
Dining-room,' -Pantry, Kltihen nnd
Bn hroom. Mosquito pioor. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 150 feet with privilege of
buying next Jqt. Will 6c sold cheap.
For Sale A sp'endld t roperly of over 3
anre-i of laud oil Llllha bticei tin.
ilvalled iu a Hltu tor a genth man's
reS'ldunco Aii(cnrly application' nec
ssar lo purohAs'6 In a iduglc lot.
THE BLACKSMITH SHOP IN TnE
now brick biJiltbgn Klngtriet
near Nuiin-i. iccuully ecuplid b. Mr.
f! T. Hoyi. Opposite old stiuion house.
For piirtfculftre apply to
40tf .) E. BROWN & OO.
Siiuations wanted byi
Cooks, a ,
And other clnscs ot help.
Accounts and bills collected,
Mr. Thoinn Iscovcsco.
Custom House Brokers,
Monoy Brokers, t,
BookB kept & written up,
8Merchnnt Sired. 61
1837 VICTORIA!!?. I. 1887
A. M. Hewett.
wiliuakf p nee on the Unco
0'iuisu, and entries for the same are in.
Handsome Prises (a list of which will
he published at a liter dae), will bo
presented to tho successful competitors.
Ono Mile Race,
Qiinrtcr MJ)e Race,
100 yards R e lor Youths under 17,
2B0 yards IWce for Youths under 17,
2.'0yiiHU Hurdle Race,
Throwing tho Huso Ball,
Thre Legged Race.
Tho nhovo events nre open to all Ama.
leur A hlctes.
Entrlo-, accompanied by a fee of one
ililhir will he rwelvul by m yd tlio
'in -nihcrs of ihe Committee named htlow,
untl it Is riquebtvd that early entiy be
, ' P.M SWANZY,
.1. H.W01)EHOU8E,Ju., '
A T. ATKI.NBUN,
5Uf E B.THtJ.llAS.
For Sale or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
I unnhou Street cnllid "Kiiuanilo.
hln," thu propeity of C. II. Judd, nre for
sale or for lense tor n term of years.
Per particulars Inquire of
Al.EX. J. QARrWRIGHT.
Honolulu. Deo. 13. li-bO. U08
ALL DEBTS, DUES AKD DE.
mfliuNag lnstCiiplnlnO N.Arm.
tronR -wlil-h ho 1ms contracted on his
penoijal nccount whilo hero, but none
on account of tho burk "Knlakaua,"
will ho paid on presentation with proof
at the oillce of.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Merchant street. B
Q WHALE BOATS! 1 Decked
0 'iVhttlu Bom, 30 feet long, il feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 2 2 (eel Suif Boats:
1 18 feet Surf Boat; 3 Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, 0 feet 0 inches wide, 3 tcet
0 inches deep, with mast and Bulls all
oompletej 1 21 feet Bailing Scow, with
mast uud sails all complete. Ant lv to.
E. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder and Qencrnl Jobber. 01 if
JOB PRINTING of all kind exe.'
ouled at tho Daily Bulletin Offlci