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BISHOP & Co., U AN K EllS
Draw Exchange on tho
Banlc of Gnlllbriila, te3. IT.
And their agonts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONQ.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
Tho Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bnnk Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand : Auckland,
Ohrlstchurcli, nnd Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia,
torla, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Are authorised to collect for the
Honolulu Juno 8th. 1887. C7
ft gnUjj gttMdin.
Pledgti to ntlther Beet set Fatty.
Bat eiUMMied lot ta oene&t of Ml.
THURSDAY. JUNE 1C, 1887.
WHERE IS THE LOAN?
Some people yes, many people
would like to leant something ilcfi
nito and authoritative about the
loan. Scarcely n day passes with
out one or more persons making en
quiries of us, and we arc always
sorry to confess that we arc unable
to enlighten them upon so import
ant a matter. Humors there have
been, and arc. Statements and
contradictions nro heard every day.
A week ago it was said that a half
million or so would come on tho
Zealandia, and public works would
be at once undertaken. Where is
the money, and where are the pub
lic works? "Wo do not hear the
jingle of the former nor see the com
mencement of the latter. The Gov
ernment organ is silent, perfectly
silent, on the subject. It has filled
column after column with Boston
reprint, has got off a prodigious
sketch of a strong "missionary"
tendency, and one day occupied
nearly a whole page with the tax
law, which had been published
goodness knows how many times
before, presumably this time for
revenue purposes; but never a
word about the loan. Let us hear
something on this subject. Tell us
what has become of the money which
was so "eagerly" subscribed by the
London people. When is it coming
here? "We look to our privileged
contemporary for an answer.
LACK OF CONFIDENCE.
The depression of trade and stag
nation of business now prevailing in
Honolulu, and crowinsr worse from
day to daj' and week to week, wotdd
be considerably alleviated by the
restoration of confidence in the Gov
ernment. Lack of confidence there
certainly is, and no wonder. The
public business has been so mixed
and muddled, the expenditure of
the public revenue is so extrava
gant and unproductive of beneficial
results, and the ways and operations
of government have grown so devi
ous and uncertain that it would be
an insult to men of common sense
to ask them to repose confidence in
such a jumbled arrangement. It is
a great pity that our affairs are in a
condition to repulso confidence.
They arenotso as the result of inevit
able circumstances beyond human
control. They are tho natural pro
ducts of ignorance and willfulness.
And as ignorance and willfulness
havo created a condition of national
affairs which forbid3 public confi
dence, to them is attributable a large
share of the depression from which
we are now suffering j for want of
confidence keeps locked up tens, if
not hundreds, of thousands of dol
lars of private capital, which would
otherwise be in circulation, assist
ing enterprise, development, and
The session laws of 1880 contain
an Act "to prevent tho obstruction
of the streets of Honolulu, Lnhaina,
Wailuku, Kahului, nnd Ililo." Sec
tion 22 of this Act provides that
"No person shall fiilch or fasten
any horse or animal in such a man
ner that such horso or animal, or
the applianco used for hitching or
fastening such horse or animal, shall
obstruct the free passago along any
side or cross-walk." Obstructions
to side-walks by horses and their
fastenings aro clearly provided
against by tho ulatiso just quoted.
Obstructions to streets from tho
same cause aro not so definitely
legislated against; but tho intention
is, no doubt, to prevent street ob
struction as well as side-walk ob
struction, and it is inferontially
against tho Jaw to tlo a horse to a
Jouco with a long roo sfrptclied
ncToso tho otrect. Tot this i9 tt
common practice In the outskirts of
Honolulu. It is n dangerous prac
tice, too. Only n week or so nco a
gentleman met with n serious neei- i
dent from this cause, and other
coses have been reported lo us
where something similar has been
barely escaped. People nhoiild bo
rooie thoughtful than to endanger
tho lives and limbs of others In this
way, and as they are not thoughtful
enough to do better of their own
accord, tho police should interfere
and compel thorn.
"Last year," said Kev. W. E.
Clarke of the London Missionary
Society of Samoa to an Examiner
reporter yesterday, "tho 80,000
natives of Samoa spent about 500,
000 at the English stores in Apia
for various kinds of foreign goods.
"The natives of lato years have
built up n largo trade in copra, the
inner kernel of the cocoanut, from
which the palm oil of commerce is
made. The copra is taken out and
crushed by machinery. Making the
oil has got to be quite an industry.
"The natives arc pure Malays, or
Malay-Polynesian. There arc no
poets nor original writers of any
noto among them, although they
arc bright nnd intelligent. It is
only fifty years since the London
Mission was established. Then,
although the natives were not ex
actly cannibals, the' bordered on
the worst sort of savagery.
"Now, of theso 80,000 natives,
35,000 arc Christians, and there arc
G,000 church members, with 10,000
children in the schools, and 200
native teachers or missionaries, pre
pared by the training school in
Samoa. The' have a fine Mala'
Polynesian lliblc that has run
through three editions there. In
fact, in all they have paid $1)5,000
for their Bibles there.
"There are 700 Europeans resid
ing in Samoa, most of whom aro at
Apia, where all tho consulate olllccs
arc. The European interests arc
now getting so strong on account of
the land question and other matters
that there is really a necessity for
the annexation of Samoa. Ger
many wants it, but as for myself I
would prefer America. Still a good
many would be satisfied with Ger
many. But Germany does not lake
as much interest in it as she ought
to, considering everything.
"There aic some cotton and
coffee plantations in Samoa that aro
becoming quite important.
"Tobacco is not raised except by
tho natives for their own use."
Mr. Clarke has been on a visit to
England, and sails to-day on the
Zealnndia again for Samoa. fS. F.
Examiner, June 3rd.
SEVERE TESTS OF SWORDS AND
A description was lately publish
ed, says the St. James' Gazelle, of
how tho Germans arrived at a cer
tainty that their swords will cut and
theirbayonets not bend. The Aus
trians seem to be even more parti
cular, especially as regards bayonet?.
In tlie first place, the blade is
placod in a kind of vise, and bent in
opposite directions alternately.
Then a blow is struck with the lint
of each side upon a block of hard
wood. These tests are made not by
hand, but bj1 machines constructed
for tho purpose, Next, a few bayo
nets, taken haphazard from the heap
that is being tested, are broken, and
the rough surface of the metal ex
amined. Einally, the dimensions of
each blado aro caiefully tested by
patterns, and the smallest deviation
from the patterns entails the con
demnation of the weapon. In man
ufacturing the steel is tempered in
a woodfire ; the metal is heated to a
dark-red color, and is cooled in
river or rain-water. Divers other
processes, too technical to bo de
scribed here, are used for hardening
the steel. The result is (surprising
as it may scorn to a well-regulated
war ofllco) that tho Austrian bayo
nets not only look well on parade,
but will actually go into a human
body without doubling up.
An old cavalry man says that a
horse will never step on a man in
tentionally. It is a standing order
with cavalry that should n man be
come dismounted he must lie down
and be perfectly still. If , he does
so the entire company will pass over
him and ho will not be injured. A
horfao notices where he is going and
is on tho lookout for a firm founda
tion to put his foot on. It is nn
instinct with him, thorcfore, to step
over a prostrato man. Tho injuries
caused by a runaway horse aro
nearly always inflicted by tho anl
mal knocking people down nnd not
by his stepping on them. ("N. Y.
in opposTtiWto" spre'ckels.
finn Diego, Juno 2d. W. II.
Bailey, of Oakland, arrived this
morning, and will ask for a wharf
franchibo of tho City Trustees to
night. If it is granted Mr. Ualley
will build a large sugar refinery
for u company entirely Independent
'of tho American or tho .Sprockets
companies, and will operate a lino
of steamers to Honolulu.
A inembor of tlie firm of J. D.
Sprockets & Bros, was seen ths
nfternoon, and stated that tho firm
knew nothing of tho proposition.
I3ailoy, ho said, was a small Hono
lulu planter,- S. F. Post, Juno 2,
SPECIAL SALE OP
At Auoiion Liberal Credit to Trade
I nm Instructed by :i liir?o Impo ting
Firm to nil hi I u iilc A no Inn, l my
Salc'tomis, (uruir of Poit and Quueu
Mi cut;, n
Friday June 24th
At 10 o'clock, n. in.,
a largo and well selected Slock of Crock
ery, Glassware nnd Furniture,
Dinner, Breakfast and Toilet Sots I
Fancy nnd Common Flower Pots,
Ewti3 and lliislus, Soup Plates,
Bowl, Jugs, etc., and
Assorted Crates of Crockery
Cut and lVsscd Tumblers,
Wine Glasses, Carnflcs,
Illumination Cups, Sample Bottles,
and Lanterns, etc.
Biscuits and Crackers
Saloon, Pilot nnd Medium Bread.
French Hutlt'r, Bluo Motlltd Soap,
Excelsior nnd Windsor Soap,
Cioam of Tartar, Cnrlonatc of Soda,
Edam Cheese, Pie Fruits, Soups,
Assorted Since", Condensed 3111k,
Vinegar Caudles, Wnsh Blue,
Epsom Salts, Huuyndi .Tunis, Cork?,
Safely Matches, Wrapping Paper,
Bucl;ct3 Tubs and Basket.
Also a choice lot of
Vienna Furniture !
Sofnx, Omits, etc, Velvet Carpets,
bcaiKitiu lings, etc., etc.
EST The go ds will be
day bet le the Bile.
LOST Oil MISSCARRIED.
OX THE OCEANIC Co., WHARF
of May illst, on at rival of Autrn.
lln n huge black leather valUc tightly
strapped handle broken nnd lump coid
snlii iluted. Any person delivering
samo nt Paul M cummins cilice will be
(12 If PAUL NEUMANN.
FOIt SALE OK LEASE.
KAl'IOLANI PARK LOTS, No, a
and -1, leased land; icnt paid up
lo November 20, 1003. TJicso lots adjoin
Mr. Agneu's place, aro fenced. Tnere
arm collide and stables on them, mid
wnti'r is laid on. Inquire of
I2 lw O. BOLTE.
T. GULICK Is fully author.
to demand ami ipjcIyu all
moneys due me, and his receipt on my
behalf will bo a sufllcient discharge on
P. H. OEDIXG.
Honolulu Juno 0th 18S7. 53 if
THE lilENJflAL MEETING
OF THE MEMBERS OF THE
Queen's Hospital Corpor.it Inn will
take place al the looms of the Cliinuber
of Commerce in Campbell's Muck on
Fildny July 8lh next at 11 a. in.
JOHN II. PATY.
57 If Secy. pro. lein.
Hawaiian Jockey CM Cn
A Swcenstakeof$25 Added.
Itacc to be run nt tho Juno meeting of
the Hawaiian Jockey Club in 1839.
Tliieo quarters of it mile dash for Ha.
Miilinn bred two year olds.
Nominations, inclosing a fee of $10, to
be bent to tho Secretary of the Ita
lian Jockey Club on or huloru Juno 30th
18S7. Final acceptances as to the
balance of sweepstakes on or before
July 1st 1SS9.
C. 0. BERGER,
Secretary Haw. Jockey Club.
One Black Horse !
Kind and gentle, perfectly broken to
staple and double harness, and fuddle,
perfectly snfo for anyone to drive or
One Brown Colt!
Nearly II years old. "Well biokcn to
enddlo nnd poifertly safe, from imp orled
stock. Apply to.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Corner of Foit and Queen
A Few MOM!
Left For Hutu Chcnp,
PIERCE & CO.,
Waikiki Bath House!
MR- W. CROOKS hnvlng tiken
LtX cliurp of tho WniliikI Hath Houso,
begs lo ininrm tho publlo that ho vill
run tho plnco as a firet-cluss bathing
MPS. OHOOKS will attend to Iholody
patrons of thu place, and every effort
will bo made to make it attractive
J OB PRINTING of nil kinds exe
outcd at the Daily Bulletin Ofllco
I - U I I LI 1
Sale of the "GoiikrM
Will ImnUlnl 1'i.bllo A'Clnn 'rr no.
com t of m it may cot c r.i, tl.o NiC
4 GUILERLMO, '
of Cor iili, Xlt'..riUi, COO tons icgls er
Friday, June 17, '87
At 12 o'clock noot',
At Intcr-Island Steamship Wharf, foot
of Fort street.
1 DONKEY ENGINE
ami LOT OF PROVISIONS.
The nbnvo vessel was built nt Mascl.
land, Nova Scotia, in tho year 1670. For
further particular.", inquire of II.
HAOKFELD & CO.
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
On Friday, June 17
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
AHhc residence of MBS. J. M. OAT,
Fort Street, wc will sell at Public Auc
Hon, on account of depatturo the House
bold Knrnittiro consisting of
MAHOGANY CENTRE TABLE
Mahogany Book Case,
Bleclc 'Walnut Upholstered Lounge,
Carpet Kocker, B. W. O. S. Chairs,
Center Pug, Sofa nnd Door Hug,
Hanging Lump, Pictures, Books,
Curtains and Tunbiequlns
1 Handsome TCoa Bureau
Bedroom Set, Mattressc, Mosquito
Nets, Dlning.toom Furniture
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE
Stow and Kitchen Utensils, etc
ADAMS & CO.,
AUCTION SALE OF
Premln'i nliunlol on l'.ilacc Walk, Ho
nolulu now occ ipied by John Bowler.
Wu have icccivrd instiuclinns from AV.
C. Parke, Trustee of the Molteno Es
tate, to sell at Public Auction,
On the 18th Day of June, '87
At 12 o'clock noon, on tbo premises,
the premises in nbnvo nnd further
described as follows: tbo-,0 e'crtain
Situated hi Honolulu, Island'of Oahu,
nnd described in Boyal Patent No.
1511, upon continuation of tho I.uud
Commission of O. I.a.iniii ns follows to
wit: Ap.itm 1. V, hooinnka una ma kc
alaiiul Puowalna mu ko kapn nkau inn
Ko Mhl Ileum Kom. o kchi npnnn, alalia
nkau 1:1s llik. 0ii-100 kaul. o pill nun I
kc Alanui Puowiiiiin, Akau 44 Kom.
!!.17 kaul. o pill ana 1 kn pahalc o Kclli
nhonul, Ileum 37 Kom. 1.00 kaul, o
pill i kc nlauul aupuiil lilkl i ko alanui
Jlol ma ka pahalc o French, alalia o
pill ana 1 ko nlauul a blki i kahl I boo
niaka a, c ill aim 1 mba 10 pekn.
Terms of tho Sale arc CASH and
Deeds at the expenso of tho purchaser.
JO-UPSET PK ICE 3,000.
j) or lurtuurpaiticuiars, Apply to
W. O. PAKKE, Trustee.
ADAMS & CO.,
Special Sale of
By order of Mr. John S. Spear wo will
sell ot public auction, lit his ttoro, Fort
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 21st,
His stock of Jewelry!
Ladies' and Gent's Diamond Rings,
Gent's Solid Gold Scarf Pins,
Solid Gold Ear-rings,
Collar and tileevo Button ,
Waltham Gold and Silvor Watohes,
An assortment of Solid Silverwaie,
Tea and Table Spoons,
Knives, Forks, Napkin Hingt dc.
Tho nbnvo aitlclcs are nil gnaiaiitei'd,
unil are suid on account of removal.
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
fi9 2l Auctioneeis
rpo THE CHED1TOBSOPTHEES
X talc ot JOHN P. NcLAUGHLIN,
a buukiupt, of Honolulu, take notice:
That tho undersigned Atslgnco of tho
Estate of John P. McLaughlin, u ban
krupt, has preparatoiy to his final ac
count nnd dividend, submitted his ac
counts as surh assignee nnd (lied tbo
Himo boforo Hon. P. P. Blckeiton, Jus.
tlco of the Supremo Couit at his Chum,
bor?, to whom ho w 111 apply nt 10 o'clock
a. in., on MONDAY, tbo 20lh day or
Juno instant, for n settlement of said
accounts nnd for n discharge from all
liabilities as such assignee, and for tin
order to inako n final dividend.
And that any person Intcicstcd may
then nnd thero appear and contest the
same, W. O. PAIIKE,
Assignee Estnto of
John P. MoLnughlln.
Honolulu, Juuo 13, 1887. 60 4t intvrs
-OF Til K-
Man lie Association
To be held ut tholr Kmgu on Klug Si.,
opposite the Government Nursery.
Monday, July 4, 1887
At n o'clavU. n. in.
GOVBHNOK DOMINIS CUP,
Valued nt $100, for the highest aggre
gate score In matches Nos. 1, 2 and 3, lo
become the property of tbo marksmnn
winning it three times nl regular meet
ings of the U. It. A.
Won July 5, ISiO, by J. Brodle, SI. D.
Won January 1, 1857, by Win. Unger.
I. THE BHOD1P MEDAL-
Valued at 50; also fcpcond prize of $5;
thitd pilzc S2.no. Conditions of tlie
match : Open to all members of the As
sociation, and mcinbeiM of the regular
ind volunteer military companies of the
I tdom; to become the property cf
the maiktman winning it three thins nt
egular meetings ot tbo II. P.. A.
Distance, 200 ynuls; rounds, 10; nny
military rifle under the rules; limited to
one entry to each competitor. Entrance
Won January 1, l6S(i, by Win. Uiiger.
Won July 0, 1b0, by C. B. Wlhon.
Won January 1, 188 J, by O. B. Wilson.
If. -THE ALDEX FHUIT AND TAUO
Valued 100; also a so -owl prlo of S
tbird pme, iJ2.C0. Conditions: Open to
all comer; to become tho pioperty of
tbo marksman winning It thioe limes nl
regular meeting) of the II. It. A.; 10
rounds ctich tit tho 100 and fiCO yard
Hinges; nny military lille under the
rules; limited to one entry for each com
petitor. Entrance fee, Q t.
U on Julv 5, 1SM1, by J Brollo, M. D.
Won January 1, 18s7, by W. C. Kiug.
III. U.K. A. TROPHY.
Valued al SlfjO Compctitois limited to
mcmbcis of the Association. Condition-:
For tbo highest nggrcgnto score
at 200 and C00 raids; 10 rounds at each
distance; nny military lllle under the
iiilcs; to become tbo properly of the
imirlcmiin winning it tlircu times at
legulir meeting ot tlie 11. It. A. En.
trance fee, $1
Won January 1,188'J, by P.J. Hl-igtm.
Won July 5, 1BS0. by J. Urodlo SI. D.
Won January 1, 18b7, by Win. Unger.
IV. ALL-COMERS' MATCH.
Pour cash prizes, namely: 25, 115, 10
and 10 per cent, of the net receipts.
Condttloas: Open to nil maikimcn; any
military lllla under the rules; 10 rounds;
dUtancc, 2"0 ynuls. Entrance fee, $1.
V ASSOCIATION SECOND CLASS
Open to all mcmbcis of the Associa
tion who have never made a record ex
cccding 75 per cent nt any regular meet
ing of the II. R. A. First prize, u Sti
ver Medal; Second prize, one dozen
Photographs, presented by J. J. Wil
liams, Esq. Conditions: Rounds, 10;
distance, 100 jnrds; nny milittry rifle
under tho rule i. Entrance fee, $1. En
VI.-ASSOCIATION TIIIBD CLASS
Open to all members of tho Associa.
tlon who have never made n record ex
ceeding 05 per cent nt any regular moot
ing of the II. It. A. Fiist prize, a Sll.
ver medal; Second prize, Woven Cart
ridge Belt and ono hundred Cartridges,
presented by C. II. Nicoll,E&q. Condi
tions same as In Match No. 5.
VII. -CONSOLATION SIATCII.
Pour cash prizes, namely, 25, 15, 10
and 10 per cent of tho net receipts,
("omlllions: Open to all marksmen who
linvo never made it record exceeding 70
per cent at any meeting of tbo II. R. A.;
rouuds,5; dibtance,200ynrdH; nny mili
tary lilies under tbo rules. Entrance
fee, ,00 cmts. Entiles unlimited.
VIII PISTOL SIATOII.
First prize, ono Smith & Wessou B8.
calibro nickel plnted Revolver. Condi
tions: Open to nil; rounds, 10; dUtnnca
100 feet. Entrance foe, CO cents. En.
Entries can bo mado to the Secretary,
or nt tho gun store of Sirs. Tlios. Lack,
nt nny tlrao before, or at the Range on
tho day of tho match.
Extra guns and cartridges can be ob
tained at thoRuigo.
j. ii. nsiiEi?,
J. BRODIE, M. D-,
Hell Tot. US,
Mil tit ill Tel. iao.
tad Business Agency.
Skilled and UniMtl.d Labor Furn'shcd.
FnmiiGS on Judd Shoot, a pr svni oc u.
picil lij .1 K.i.iiii;! tli. Over 2 nc c-i
til ix nt; siilisitiii b 1 y cmsln-cd
galed i nn'ttl wltli f vi 1 1 tree biib
imeifcli ai,il i a le; durable b.ll'di gi
Promlteinoar Thomas Square, Kulnokahun,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School end Port
streets, opposite thu Government
School House 203 ft. on Port street.
12S feet on School street ; ouc 2. roomed
Lot ol Land In Kalihl Valley, opposite the
Tho " Old Corner," situate on the cast cor
ner of Nuunnu and IJueui streets.
Lot, corner of Pcnsacoln and Wilder
Avenues, Sluklki, 2 acres moro or less;
may be divided up for small home
steads. To Lol That very convenient and de
sirable cottago on Merchant street
opposite tho Mutual Telephone build
ing. Lol, on Berctnnln street, mnuka of Agri
cultural Garden. Rare building site.
Filly Acres (moro or less) in Hauiki, cast
of Sloannlun; 14nciC3of agricultural
hind; 25 ncies nil together suitable
for tbo cultivation of rice, tnro or ba.
nnnas. All the necessary buildings;
Artesian well, etc.
Loaso of Fish Pond nt Wniklki. A tare
opportunity for n profitable invest
ment. Cattle Ranch at Kaanapali, Maui, suitable
for a ranchman ot limited means.
Lease ol Cottage and Lot with largo stable
accommodation, mi Punchbowl street,
near the l'auoa Stream.
Three Lodging Houses, furnished nnd do
ing n profitable business. Situated ns
At the foot of Punchbowl street;
On Alnkea, above King street;
On Hotel, between Nuuanu and
For Loaso or Salo on Reason
Two Collagos nnd largo lot nbovo Klnau
street, on the flunk of Punchb wl hill.
Buildings new and in good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view.
Premises now occupied by L. Way, Esq.,
Kul.iokabua. A very desirable rcsi-
deuce, fully appointed.
Also, u vacant building lol adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottage, out licrctania
street, makai of Puuahou, 2)4 miles
from tho Post Ofllco. Together with
grounds and nrtesiun well. These
premises arc fully nppolu ed nnd very
convenient for a laigo family, nnd arc
furnished with servants' quarters, car
riage house, stables, etc.
Ono Largo 2-Story Cottage, on tho flank of
of Punchbowl, llf miles from tho Post
Oflice, fully supplied with every con
venience lor immediate occupation.
Splendid location, beautiful view.
Ono Cottaae. wltli largo yard accommo
dation, corner of Lillha and King
streets. Convenient home for moder
ate family; five nilnutci' walk from
tho Post Ofllco.
Ten Acros (moio or less) of good rmsturc
land situate on tho Government rond
in Kalihl two miles from town.
A 5 -Room Cottago with kitchen nnd bath,
within a half a mile of tho Post Oflice.
By a Lady, as nurse or housekeeper, who
has had many years Txperienco and
can guarantee satisfaction.
By a Book-keeper and gencnl business
man, who is acquulutcd ;itb all
branches of mercantile business.
"Wages not an object.
By a Practical Enjdneer, who can give the
best of references if desired.
By a thoroughly competent Dairyman.
who understands tbo business in nil
By a man necustomed to plantation work,
who has been many years a resident of
By Several Men who will make them-
selviM useful in doing the chores in
private families; taking care of horses
and carriages, etc.
Full particular given with regard to
the foregoing items on application nt
tho Agency. 52
BY THIS STEAMER
CHARLES J. FISHEL
Hns received a full line line of
In White, Cream and Colored.
A full lluo of
Linen, Torchon Laces,
Ilibbons, Huts, Millinery.
ALL THE GO !
Go inspect Mr. Fishel's New Goods !
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Leading Millinery Houso.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
Queen Lilly Hat!
B-llTol. Ilfi Mu nn Te'.t72
l O U x 107.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
For Salo or Lease the Nii'rnnuV ley
ltnni'li hcaii ul Kmmiiii V..1.C. , eu j
For Sale Iioiho nnd lol on lien in 'a
Hr.o, hiiufu n nrl.v new contali 9
itionic pleiitnnlU rltiMul, gaiden tu
In excellent uidci. Would bo oid
Land off Llliha S!rect-ubu G acre, a
bpleutlni plnpeily, eh. in.n vhw.
juriy iipmiuuiori necessary lo
chase hi a single lot.
To Lot or Lease a 5 roomed cottage
corner Alnpni nnd Klnau streets. Let
103 feet x lOOfcot. Rent $10 n month.
Blacksmith Shop in tho now Brick
Building on King street uenr NuuniMi,
recently occupied by O. T. lit yt.
Opposlto Old Station Uoutc.
Shop on King Slroet In now brick build
ing nenr Nuuanu, next door to tho
Chinese News Co.'h Office.
Two Collages on Punchbowl streel-bctwccn
King nnd Bcrctanla.
Handsomo Residence on Pauoa Road near
Punchbowl street, large ground with
out-houses etc. Rent $80 a mon b.
Furnished Cottage C minutes walk from
Post Ofllco suitnblo for single person,
MR. THOMAS ISCOVESCO Is
authorized lo collect inonicj nnd sign
All kinds of hell) promptly provided.
Properties Rented and Sole J
Custom House "Work Done.
Leases, Contraots, Agree
ments, &c, Drawn on Short
23 Mcrchnnt Street. n I
1837 VICTORIA R. I. 1887
A. M. Hewett.
Stationer, Merchant SI.
rPHE FOLLOWING COMPETE
X '1ION& will take plnco on the R.ico
Course, nnd entries for the samo aro in
Handsome Prizes (a list of which will
bo published nt a later date), will bo
presented to tho successful competitors.
Ono Mile Race,
Qunrtcr Mile Race,
100 yards Rnco for Youths under 17,.
250 yards Race for Youths under 17,.
100 yards Race,
250 yaids Race,
250 yards Hurdlo Race, '
Putting tho Shot,
Throwing the Ilaso Ball,
Three Legged Race
xuo nuove events, are open to nit Ama.
Entries, nccompanlcd by a feo of one
dollar will be received by any of the
mombersof tho Committee named below,
und it is requested that early entry bo
51tf E. B. THOMAS.
Cor. Kins and Alnkea St.
Keeps constantly, on hand largo sup
KffRH, CliccNe, DretjHcd 1'oultry ou
Ice, Forclicn mid JlomeHtln
Fruits and Vegetables.
ALL DEBTS, DUES AND DE.
mandsagilust Captain O.M.Arnu
fctrong which ho has contracted on liia
pereonnl account while hero, hut none,
on account of tho bark "Knlakaun,'"
will ho paid on presentation with proof
at thu olllcc of.
.T. E. BROWN & CO.,
Merchant street. C5
3 WHALE BOATS: 1 Decknl
Whulo Boat, DO feet long, 8 feet
deep: 8 feet wide; 2 22 feet Surf Boots t
1 18 feot Surf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feci long, 0 feet 0 Inches wido, 3 feet
0 inches deep, with mast and sails all
complotoj 1 3) feot Sailing Scow, with
maal and sails all complete, Apply to.
, E. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder mm General Jobber. 01 tf
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