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All persons holding water privilege?,
or those paying water rates, uro hereby
notified that tho water rates (ov the term
ending December 01 18S7, will lie due
and payoblc Qt tho office of the Honolulu
"Water Works on tho 1st July, 1687.
All such rales remaining unpaid for
fifteen days utter they are due will be
subject to au additional ten per rent.
Parties paying rates will please pre
sent their last receipts.
OIIAS. U. WILSON,
Sup't. Honolulu Water Woiks.
Approved : L. AHOEO,
Minister of lutcilor.
Honolulu, Juno 20th 1887. CO 101.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Draw Exchango on tho
Baulc oL Caliibrnlu, H. IT.
And Uiclr agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Syducy,
Tho Commercial (Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand : Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, 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. 57
Pledged to neither Boot tor ratty.
Bat established tor tho benefit of all.
FRIDAY, JUNE 21. 1887.
TRAITORS AND VAGABONDS.
It should be borne in mind that
the translation published in the
Bulletin last evening was from the
"Elelc" newspaper, and that the
"Elele" is owned and controlled by
Mr. Gibson and Havscldcn. The
plant with which it is printed is also
their property, and is operated with
in a stone's throw of their private
residence. No amount of shuflling
can possibly remove the responsi
bility of that article from the should
ers of the Prime Minister. In it
the foreign residents and the visitors
to the country can see what is being
done by one of their own color to
incite the good-natured Hawaiian
against them. Surely any people
who may have thought the language
of tho independent press at times
rather hard on the Premier, can
think so no longer after the Pre
mier's language towards them.
The people of this kingdom, both
foreigners ami natives, have long
had grievances, real, not imaginary,
grievances. They have been formu
lated in the public Journals a thou
sand times over. Redress has been
asked, respectfully asked, so many
times that the people are tired of
asking. The,, government has had
things pretty much all its own way,
and the tax payers have appealed in
vain for a change for the better.
Everything is for tho worse, and the
country continues to slide down hill,
increasing its speed the nearer it
approaches ruin at the bottom. Tho
people who have refused to swim
with the current of corruption and
crookedness, but have boldly taken
their stand on the side of rectitude
and honesty, and raised their voices
in deprecation of wrong and support
of right, arc scurrilously attacked
by tho King's Primo Minister as
"traitors" and "vagabonds," aud
the native people are called upon to
"turn away all tho traitors from
residing on the broad bosom of your
native land. Throw these people
far away outsido of your bounds. It
is of no use to harbor them. Sweep
them away from the borders of the
This, gentlemen, is tho language
of Mr. Gibson's nativo paper. How
do you like it? You have much at
Blake in tke country. Your money
and enterprise have developed its
resources. You pay most of the
taxes, and furnish the means for the
support of its government. Are you
willing to be swept away from the
"borders of trte land?" How do
you feel at being talked of in that
way by a man who has played so
many questionable characters? Aro
you going to submit tamely and
timidly to tho abuso which has been
lavished on you? No, gentlemen,
Wo aro hero, and hero wo mean tp
stay until wo leave of our own ac
cord. tVe know our rights, and
mean to Irnvo them. More wo ilo
not want. Tho rights of Uio native
Inhabitants we ilo not, mul will not,
encroach upon. Many of its aie
ln...wl A f 1 1 nri 1... 4lin . liMiinftf
LJUU1M1 LU L11U JLUUU UJ 111U SUUllUSb
and most sacred tics of relationship,
which the hynociilical, niischief
making Premier is not. This for
eigner who is calling upon the
natives to exclude other foieigners
is preparing ah implement for his
own torture, and lie will find him
self among the "rubbish" to be
THE SPECIAL DEPOSIT AT THE TREA
SURY. A communication signed " Pro
llono Publico " appeared in lust
eveniug'a IJui.i.i.iin-, which has been
bomewhat misunderstood. From In
quiries made at the Uogislrar of
Public Accounts we find that there
Is $303,000 in coin against out
standing certificates in circulation,
and any responsible tax-payer is at
liberty to go to the Treasury and
verify tho fact for himself. Further
more, the certificates arc being
steadily redeemed, and thcic will
be few, if any, in circulation at the
end of tho present financial year.
Although the Treasury has autho
rity to issue now certificates to pre
serve the volume of circulation it
has not been deemed advisable, nor
has it been necessary, to exercise it.
There is no mystery or doubt about
the Special Deposit in the Treasury.
We regret therefore that publicity
thould have been given to a state
ment which has created a different
imprcsssion in the community.
tF you want a first class
X hack, don't hesitate, but Ring up
IM5 both Telephones. 00 lot.
Ml SS CHILLBURG REC E I V
cd by tho "Australia" a very fine
and beautiful assortment of styllMi mil
linery goods. Her former stock of
trimmed hats and honnct, hhc will sell
at cost. Ladles would do well to call at
once. 52 lm.
THE HOTEL FREE LUNCH
JL is spread cveiy evening in tlio bir
room, aud patrons will find everything
to suit the tiibtu of the most fastidious
epicures. -17 If
TTHTAVIMIT mr..i.tUr . i,r,i,r.,1 n flfot
I 1 class Ulliler and Moulding Maker,
wu aro now fully prepared to manufac
ture, repair and re gild auy kind of work
in our line. Old Minor and Picture
FrameS made oer as good us new, und
at prices within tho uach of all. Tho
public ntc iiniied to call and Inspect
tome of this work, Heincmbcr, any
thing that needs renewing in Gold, Old
Gold, l5roii7.e. Copper or Metal wo can
do. KING BHOd., Aut Siouk. 17
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour is
offered for sale bylGONSALVES &
CO., Queen Street. til
SEVERAL SEWING GIRLS.
Apply at enco at
(0 3t. King street.
A YOUNG WOMAN TO NORSE A
newly lorn baby. "Apply to the
Bulletin Office. 09 3t.
A LAW STUDENT.
DESIRES A POSITION AS CLK11K
or copyist. A. 1 Kcforcuecs.
Address II. A.
P. O. IloX'lll 70 1 w
A YOUNG MAN.
CRIPPLED DY RAILWAY ACCI.
dent, wishes u position as watch,
man, or similar light situation. Euquiro
at this office. 70 Ut.
AT THE SCKNE OP THE JI3TTY
accident, a lady's ring. Owner
cm lwic it by calling at the office of the
tindertl.'ntd and proving property.
70 " RHUtJE CAKTWRIGHT.
TENDEHS FOR REPAIRS TO MR.
Herbert's landing at Waikiki aro
invited, an-l must Lo left with the under
signed before noon to-morrow 25th in.
stnot. II. M. BWANZY.
Secretary Jubilee Committee.
Juno 241887. 70 It.
Pooled Angus Stock
Bull Calves Irom 10 to 13 months old.
Heifer Calvos Irom 10 to 13 months old.
J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, Juno 24, 1887. 70
W ANTED TO PURCHASE.
A LOT 10 FEET FRONTAGE ON
King Hicet, between Hothel and
Fort. J.E. 11ROWN&CO.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
8HOP, Kenr of Lucas' Mill.
Ilcll 'ivi. :iih. Mutual Tel. 13l
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Laliorurnlslicd.
Premises on Judd Street, at picsent occu
pied ny ). Emiiiclulh. UverSncics
In extent; substantially enclosed,
graded, planted with fruit trees, both
lorolgn and native; durable buildings.
Promises near Thomas Square. Kulaoknliun,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Bulldlnn Lot, corner of School and Foil
slicris, opposite thu Government
School House !20"i ft. on Port Bliccl.
123 feel on School sticel ; one IMooiiikI
Lot of Land InKalihi Valley, oppose the
Tho " Old Corner," situate on the cast cor
ner of Nuuanu nml Queen streets.
Lot, comer of Pcusncola and Wilder
Avenues, Mnkiki, S acres more or les;
may bo divided up for small home
steads. To Lot Tint very convenient and de
slrablc cottagu on Mciclinnt street
opposite tho Mutual Telephone build
ing. Fifty Acres (more or lcs) in Hauiki, cast
of Moaimlua; 11 acres of agricultural
land; 23 acies all together suitable
for the cultivation of rice, taro or ha
mulus. All the necessary buildings;
Artesian well, etc.
Loaso ol Fish Pond at Waikiki. A mic
opportunity for u picfitnblc Invest
ment. Cattle Ranch at Kaanapali, Maul, suitable
for n ranchman of limited means.
Lcaso ol Cottage and Lot with large stable
accommodation, on Punchbowl sticct,
near the lMueu Sticam.
Thrco Lodging Houses, fuml-hcd and do
ing n prolltaotc imsincss. .situated as
At the foot of Punchbowl street;
On Alakea, above King street;
On Hotel, between Nuuanu and
For Lease or Sale on Reason
Two Collages and lingo lot above Kinau
slice), on the Hank of Punchb wl bill.
Buildings new and in good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view
Premises now occupied by L. Way, E'-q.,
Kulaokahua. A very desirable resl.
dence, fully appointed.
Alo, a vacint building lot adjoining
TO LET OR LEASE.
One Large 2-Story Cottage, out Ilcrctanla
street, makal of Punahou, 'Jlf miles
from tho Post Office. Together with
grounds und ailosian well. Thee
premises uro fully appoin ed mid vciy
convenient for a large family, nnd aro
furnished with sonants' qunrtcis, cai
nago house, htablcs, etc.
One Largo 2-Story Cottago, on the llnuk of
of Punchbowl, li.f miles liom tho Pott
Office, fully supplied with every con
venience lor immediate occupation.
Splendid location, beautiful view.
Ono Cottage, with large yard accommo
dation, corner of Lililm and King
Etrccts. Convenient homo lor modcr
ale family; llvo minutes' walk from
tho Post Office
Ten Acres (mnio or less) of good uslnie
land situ.ito on thu Government io.nl
In Kali hi t'vo miles f torn town
A S-Room Cottage with kitchen and bath,
within a half a milo of the PoU Olllce.
By a Lady, as nuro or housekeeper, who
has bad many years experience and
can guarantee satisfaction.
By a Book-kcopcr and geno-iil business
man, who Is acquainted with all
branches of meieantilc biii-lncis.
Wages not an object.
By a Practical Engineer, who can give the
bujl of lefcreiices if desired.
Ily a thoroughly competent Dairyman,
who understands tho business in nil
By a man accustomed to plantation work,
who has been nianyyeura a lesidcnt of
By Several Men who will mnko them.
selvoi UfCful in doing tho chores in
privato families; taking eaie of hoises
and carriage-, etc.
Full particulars given with lcg.ud to
tho foregoing Items on application at
tho Agency. G'J
IVY THIS STEAMER
Has received a full line line of
In White, Cream and Colored.
A full lino of
Linoii, Torchon Luces,
Ribbons, Hats, Millinery.
ALL THE GO!
Go inspeot Mr. Fishel's Now Goods !
CHAS. J. PUSHES,
Loading Millinery House.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X auvcrtiseiu tho Daily Uum-ltin.
On Thursday, Juno 30th.
At 10 o'clock a. in. j ,
At tho icsldonoo of the Hon W. C.
P.uki', wo will fell ut Public Auction
tho ontlto Household Furnlluic, com.
Bureau nnd Sofa Rugs, a
Upholstered P.ulor Lounge,
Upholstered EnRy Clinics,
largo Centre Rug,
Oval Centre Table,
4 Light Chandelier,
ninck Hair Cloth Chairs.
Porticra and Cornice Pole,
Laco Cm talus,
Elegant Koa Sideboard.
1). W. lledslcad,
Toilet Sets, UagatelluTablo,
Koa Extension Table,
Assortment of Bilverplatcd Wine,
Ulnck Walnut Chair?,
Oak llcdioom Set,
Mattres.'os, Mosquito Nufo Ward-
Hanging and Bracket Lamps,
Kitchen Stove and Utensils!
Meat Safe, Kcfiigciator, Hay Cutter,
Lawn Mower, and nn assortment of
Ferns, I'.ilm, aud Plants, Garden
S'nnds, Flower Pots, Etc ,Etc ,
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
07 !U Auctioneers.
r?ROM AND AFTER.TIIIS DATE I
1? will pay no debts conducted In my
name without my wilttcn order.
f. II. BLACK.
Honolulu, Juno L'2, 1S37. 08 l.
I REG TO NOTIFY MY FRIENDS
mid the public that I am now the
sole proprietor of tho Wnliliahl Siloon
at almca, Kauai, and hac appointed
IC. Kalamakanl manager, with authority
lo pmcliase goods on my account und lo
hlgn notes in bollleniont for same.
Wnimea, Kauai, .Tunc 17, 18S7. 03 St.
HARNESS MAKER has moved to
No. 78 Kii ij btreet next lo iho
Mutiopolltan Market. 04 lm
COCKSFOOT, 11YK CRASS UNO-
LIP1I RIO!) CLOVER, COW
JL unlet! In itnpic
OF ALL INTER
in ovlnir the natturo
lands of tho Islands U called to the
abovo valuable -eeds, which wo oiler for
silo in lots to suit purchasers.
Wo have aho on hand sample lots of
White Clover, English Alsyke, Tlmo
thy, Rib Grass, tjicstrd Dog's Tail, Tall
1'Vcue, Italian Rye Grins and Luccino
seeds, which wo c Her In small lots for
tiial, and will nlto r eclve otdeis for
ipianlilies of not lis than half a ton
w eight, and exeoutu f anio w Ith dispatch.
W.M.G. IRWIN &, CO.
LOST OK MISSOAllllIED.
ON THE OCJKANIC Co., WHARF
of May SlUt, ou arrival of Austr.i
Ma a lingo black leather vail so tightly
strapped huiullu broken and lump coul
bub ilutcd. Any peison dellveriug
same nl Paul Mcumniins file will bo
02 t f PAU L NEUM A N N .
THE BIENXIAL MEETING
OF THE MEMBERS OF THE
QueciiV Hospital Corporation will
tulto place al the rooms of the Cliiimbcr
of Commerto In Campbell's Block on
FiiilayJuly 0th next ut 11 u. in.
.JOHN II. PATY.
f7 tf Secy. pro. lem.
j& ONE GOOD SOUND
family Marc; perfectly
uafo to drivo by ladies
Pvill oreniiuron. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT, comor Pcnsacola
and Lunalllo Sts., whioh can bo
divided into two or mqro building lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
lGfit Qf West. Dow & Co.
VALUABLE BUILDING EOT IN
llnnllllii. llnvlnrrn frnntii'n nn
hlii" .street of CO feet adjoining tho new
brick Mores occupied by Chinese, and
belonging to tho estato of tho hit Thos.
Meek. Kiupilro of .f. I. DOWSETT,
Queen Meut, Honolulu, Juno lit, i7.
hsia THE HOUSE AT PRESENT,
yjW-vS occupied by tho undersigned,
tgg&& Kukul street.
03 If W.C.PARKE.
Cottngo to Kent
AND FURNITURE FOR SALE
Low rent; furniture at n bat gain.
For particulars enquirocf Jno. Magoon,
Agent, Merchant street. 27 tf
JOB PRINTING of nil kinds esc
cutcd ut tho Daily Bulletin Office
rz. " ....... ..,.,...,.. .......- ....
A Grill Clearance Sale.
FROM THE FIRM OF
gHoffnung & Co,, Sydney,
These r.oods comprise every description
Notions and Novelties!
Ladies' &. Gent's Saddlery, oo.
Will bo sold at
in quantities to suit.
The goo Is nre now on sale In tho room
Over Yates and McKcnzie's,
Opposlto tho Oceanic Co's Wharf.
A Two-Story Dwelling House
With 8 rooms, lcidcs kite hen, rnntry,
bath room and closet, wlih servants
loom, and superior barn and liable ac
commodations, situated on Upper Nuu
anu Avenue, in tho most delightful und
healthy portion ot tho su bulbs, Or a
WlthU rocitH, liesidid kitchen, pantri,
store room, nt d servants' rooms ; a'so
barn nnd ttahle accommodations.
The above houses aro furnished, and
will bo leady for occupation in a fjw
weeks, inquire of
07tl W. W. HALL.
TO LET OK LEASE.
. a A HOUSE, containing five
t$Z""-''ui riV""si besides dining 10 m
M!!2s& kitchen und pantry, and every
convenience for a family; one acre of
ground, well fchaded with algerolm trees,
situated on Kinau sticet, between Ala
pal and K'ipiolnni Ms Aiply on the
piemiscs to Thos. Rcwcastle. 07 lu2
For Salo or Lease.
riMlOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
JL I'uuahnu Street called "Kananllo.
hia," the property of C. II. Judd, aie for
salo or for lease tor a term of yeais.
Fur parliculais inquire of
ALEX. .1. CAR T WRIGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. VJ. I860. If 08
LEASE OF LARGE BUSINESS
premises at Kohala, Hawaii, Suit
able for t-tore, A good ojetiing for a
With uuinero'is bed room', as tin 10 Is
a want of a lcstaurant and rooming
c-tablMimcnt in Knliala, and by proper
management wuiild bo a lucrum c busi
ness. FOR, A. STORK.
It U in tho eeu'er of the white and
natUo population with over !)0C0 feet ol
iloor hpaco and stands on a largo lot
with close fence, huge water supply anil
every convenience. Rent $10 u month.
Le.i-o 15 yejrs to run, will sell at a
rea-onabtu pi ice. Particulaiseif.
00 lw D.L.APHART.
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale Uo.it, tfo feet long, U feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 222 ieet Surf Boatt;
1 18 lect Surf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
If) feet long, (1 feet 0 inches wide, 2 lect
0 Inches deep, with mast and sails all
oomplcto; 1 2 J feet Sailing Scow, with
mast aud sails all complete. Anplv to
E. R. RYAN.
Boat Builder and General Jobber, fil if
Waikiki Bath House!
MR. W. CROOKS having tiken
charge of the Waikiki Ruth House,
begs lo inionn the public that ho will
lun tho place as a first-class bathing
MRS. CROOKS will attend to iho lady
patrons of the place, nnd every effort
will bo made to make it attractive.
Taro Flour Poi!
Now Receipt Discovered for
Cooking Taro Flour Poi.
On the'' Same Prinoiple as Corn
Meal or Oat Meal is Cooked.
Ono pound of Taro Flour cooked this
way will mnku .5 pounds of haul po.
Take tho doslrcd amount of Taro
Flour, mix it with cold watir In buIII
olent quantities to mnko It a thick paste.
Flaeo it lu a porcelain pot, (and no
other) on a slow tiro, adit hot water
slowly or enough to prevent it burning.
Keen stirring with a bpoon or slick for
an hour while cooking; then tel it on
nnothor flower flro for another hour.
When cooked place it In a bowl or cala.
bash and let it remain for 21 hours; then
it ready for use, adding sulllclcnt
cold water to make it tho proper thick.
ncss, If found lumpy, squeeze thtough
n pleco of mosquito netting.
All families desiring clenn poi will
do well to glvo Taro Flour, piepared
this way, a now (rial.
Those desiring sour poi must lot it ie
main two or three days. 05 2v
THE DAILY BULLETIN -Tho
most popular paper published. "
To bo held nt their Iltngc ou King St.,
opposite the Government Nursery.
Monday, July 4, 1887
At O o'clock, u. in.
GOVERNOR DOM1NIS CUP,
Valued at 100, for the highest aggre
gate score iu matches Nos. 1, 2 and a, to
become the pioporty of tho marksman
winning it thrco times at regular meet
ings of the H. R. A.
Won July C, 18t0, by J. Brodle, M. D.
Won January 1, 18S7, by Wm. Unger.
I.-THE BROD1E MEDAL-
Valued at $50; also second prize of $5;
third prizo $2.50. Conditions of the
match: Open to all members of tho As
sociation, and members of tho regular
and volunteer military companies of the
Kingdom; to become tho property of
the niarkbinan winning it Unco times at
regular meetings of tho H. R. A.
Distance, 200 yoids; rounds, 10; any
military rillo under tho rules; limited to
one entry to each competitor. Entrance
Won January 1, 18C, by Wm. Unger.
Won July C, 1880, by C. B. Wilson.
Won January 1, 1887, by C. B. Wilson.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND TARO
Valued 9100; also a scrond prizo of $5;
third prize, $2.00. Conditions: Open to
all comers; to become tho property of
tho marksman winning il thieo limes at
regular meetings ot the II. R. A.; 10
rounds each at tho 400 and COO yard
tanges; any military rlllu under the
rules; limited to one entry for each com
petitor. Entrance fee, $1.
Won July 0, 180, by J BroJIe, M. D.
Won January 1, 18b7, by W. C. King.
III. II. R. A. TROPHY.
Value.1 at $1C0 Competitors limited to
membcis of tho Association. Condi
tions: For tho highest aggregate scoie
at 200 and COO ynrels; 10 lounds nt each
distance; auy military iillo under the
rules; to become tho properly of tho
marksmuu winning it thrco times nl
regular meeting of the H. R. A. En.
trance fee, $1.
Won January 1, 1880, by F.J. Higglns.
Won July C, 1880. by J. Brodle M. D.
Won January 1, 1887, by Wm. Unger.
IV. ALL-COMERS' MATCH.
Four cash prizes, namely: 25, 15,10
und 10 per cent, of tho net receipts.
Conditions : Open to all maiksmen; any
military rillo under tlio rules; 10 rounds;
dIMaurc, 2C0 yards. Entrance fee, $1.
VASSOOIATION SECOND CLASS
Open to. all membcis of the Associa
tion who have never made u record ex.
ceedlng 75 per cent at any regular meet
ing of the H. R. A. First prize, a Sil
ver Medal; Second prize, ono dozen
Photographs, presented by J. J. Wil.
Mams, Esq. Conditions: Rounds, 10;
distance, 00 jaids; any military rifle
under tlio rule. Entrance fee, $1. En
VI. ASSOCIATION THIRD CLASS
Open lo all members of tho Assocla.
tiou who havo never made a record ex
ocedlng 05 per cent at any regular meet
ing of tho II. R. A. First piize, n SII.
vcr medal; Second prize, Woven Cart
ridge Belt and ono hundred Cartridges,
presented by C. II. Nicoll, Etej. Condi
lions samo as in Match No. G.
VII. -CONSOLATION MATCH.
Four cash prizes, namely, 25, 15, 10
and 10 per cent of tho net rccoipts.
Conditions: Open to nil marksmen who
have nover mado a record exceeding 70
per cent at any meeting of tho II. R. A.;
rounds, 5; distance, 20O yards j any mili
tary rifles under tho rules. Entrance
fee, CO cents. Entries unlimited.
VIII. PISTOL MATCH.
First prize, ono Smith a Wesson 38.
calibre nickel plated Revolver. Condi,
tlons: Open to all; rounds, 10 j distance
100 feet. Entrance foe, 50 cents. En.
Entrios can bo made to tho Secretary,
or at tho gun store of Mrs. Thos. Lack,
nt any tlmo before, or ut tho Range on
tho day of tho match.
Extra guns und cartridges can be ob
tained at tho Range.
J. H. P1S1IEK,
J. BRODIE, M. P.,
Boll Tel. 172. Mtilunl Tel. B72.
P. O. Box U07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
For Salo or Lcaso Iho Niiiinnii Valley
jvtuiuii, uvuii ui iuuauu vanci, eaV
For Salo house nnd lot on Jierctunla
strict, house marly new contains U
tooins pleasantly clttuiled, gaiden etc
In excellent older. Would bo told
Land otl Llliha Street ubeut 5 ucrc, n
splendid propeity, dimming view.
Early application necesiiiry to pur
chnso in u single lot.
To Let or Loase a G roomed cottage
comer Alapnl uud Klnau strccU. Lot
100 feet x 100 feel. Rent $10 a month.
Blacksmllh Shop In tho now Brick
Building on King Mnct near Nuiiantt,
recently occupied by C. T. Iloyt.
Opposlto Old Station ilouic.
Shop on King Street In nuw brick build,
lng near Nuuanu, next door to tho
Chinese News Co.'s Olllce.
Two Collages on Punchbowl street between
King and Berctaulu.
Handsome Residcnco on Pauoa Road near
Punchbowl street, large ground with
out-houses etc. Rent $130 a inoirh.
Furnished Cottage 5 minutes walk from
Post Ofllco suitable for single pcrsuu.
MR. THOMAS ISCOVESCO U
authorized lo collect monlei nnd sign
All kinds of help promptly provided.
Properties Bented and Sold
Custom House "Work Done.
Leases, Contracts, Agree-
mentp,&c, Drawn on Short
28 Merchant Street. C I
Hawaiian Jocker Glob Cub
A Sweoostakeof $25 Added.
Race to bo run at tho Juno meeting of
tho Hawaiian Jockey Club in 1881).
Threo quarters of a mile elush for Ha
wniian bred two year olds.
Nominations, inclosing afcoofiJlO, to
bo sent to tho Secretary of tlio Ha
1 Ian Jockey Club on or before Juno 30th
1887. Final acceptances as to tho
balanco of sweepstakes on or beforo
July 1st 1883.
C. 0. BEEGER.
Secretary Haw. Jotkey Club.
FT WTrnin Hmpmiviiiv
FKKK with eTerr Halt.
MiAo. is to. neni lor
Free Pamphlet No.2.
17M B AO-MENTO 8T. BAN FA AWOrBCO. bAT.
J-f ilUIiriiniA 1 rl M'l' w w. MT till thiiih -
'.HttHT. BT, lAIUlB, MO
Feb. 28, '87.
IN 5 GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just tho thing to mnko buckets of
when empty. For sale by
421m A. W. PIERCE & CO.
Departure Bay Goal
FOR FAMILY USE.
JTust Received !
Ex Bktno John Worster, for sale
in lots to suit.
,S40 PoumlN per Ton,
WILDER & CO.
New Goods !
Has received and opened up his New
Comprising a largo and well wclected
vai ie-ty i f
Trooseriaes. CoatinEs, etc.
Suitable for tho Beaton.
Tluso goods were selected in England
by Mr. Kerr personally, and aio gimran.
teed to bo of tho finest quality.
Mr. Korr, havlug scouted tho rervlcea
of a NEW CIJTTEH, ho Is pro.
pared to hilfll ordeis with thu utmost
23 Merchant St.
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