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All persons holding water privilege?,
or those paying water rates, arc heicby
notified that the water rates for the term
ending December 31 18S7, will he duo
and payable at tho ofllcoof tho Honolulu
Water "Works on tho 1st July, 1887.
All audi rales remaining unpaid for
fifteen days after they arc due will be
Bubjestto mi additional ten per cent.
Turtles paying rates will please pre
lent their last receipts.
OIIAS. 11. WILSON,
Sup't. Honolulu Water Works.
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, June 20th 1887. CO lot.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on tho
Banlc ot Calil'orniii, H. IT.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., ofSydncy,
Tho Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a IQcncral Banking Business.
TVTESSRS J. E. BROWN
XIX Aic authorised
to collect for tho
Honolulu Juno 8th. 1887.
Fledged to neither Beot nor Party.
But eiUbllihed for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY. JUNE 29. 1887.
The public are well aware by this
time that the citizens' mass meeting,
long urged nnd expected, will take
place to-morrow at 2 o'clock r. m.
as more particularly set forth in the
notice of the same in another column
of this issue.
Wo have no doubt that this event
will be one of the most momorable
in the. History of Hawaii. Every
indication is that the meeting will be
orderly, and peaceable, but determ
ined. It is due to ourselves and to those
who are to come after and to tho
nation at large, that all should unite
in making this meeting a power.
No merchant but can afford to
close the doors of his place of busi
ness and himself lead his clerks nnd
employees to the meeting. No mer
chant can afford to do otherwise.
Every mechanic should, and wo
have no doubt will, be there, for it
is this very class that are putting
their shoulder to this movement.
All natives desirous of good gov
ernment and feeling the need of it,
will be most welcome.
This is equally true as to the Por
tuguese and in fact of all.
The times are ripe, the oppor
tunity is once more in our hands,
and with the miserable compromises
Of the past staring us in the face, let
us not let this passing opportunity
Let every man be on hand. Let
business be suspended and the
silence of the streets in business
quarters be in itself a powerful ad
vocate of the serious necessity of
A RUN ON FIREARMS.
Several hundreds of rifles, with
ammunition, came by tho Australia
yesterday, to several consignees.
No obstacles to their delivery by tho
Custom House authorities were inter
posed. This morning the arms and
ammunition were placed on sale,
and for several hours a regular rim
was kept up on tho deadly weapons
at E. O. Hall & Son's, Mrs. Lack's,
and Castle & Cooke's, By noon
thero was but little left of tho entire
shipment. Men of all nationalities,
classes, conditions, and ages could
bo seen marching boldly off with
the formidable implements in their
hands or thrown across their
shoulders. It is to bo hoped that
no use other than target practice,
goat shooting, etc., will over bo
found for these arms.
The palaco gates havo been barri
caded to-day. Mechanics havo been
engaged on the work. This is a
poor method of trying to stem
popular feeling. Nobody wishes to
do harm to anybody within the
palaco walls or to anybody else,
Tho people have been aroused to n
sense of tho iniquitous wrongs that
have been perpetrated on tliutn, and
they are rising in their majesty to
demand their rights. Barricading
of palace walls is no obstacle to their
demands, nnd will not prevent them
insisting upon their rights. Let no
man be such n fool ns to think that
the people in this movement can be
calmed or alarmed by such meas
ures. Tho demands are reasonable,
and they must be conceded.
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RESIGNATION OF MINISTRY.
Tho resignation of the ministry
alluded to by us yesterday as ti
rumor with a solid foundation, was
definitely announced in this morn
ing's issue of the Government organ
as an accomplished fact. The Min
isters arc simply retaining their
portfolios until their successors
shall have been appointed. Gentle
men havo been in conference with
the King during the day respecting
tho formation of a new ministry.
Up to the hour of going to press no
Cabinet had been formed, so far as
we could learn.
JUNIUS KAAE DISMISSED.
Wo arc credibly informed that
Junius Kaac lias been dismissed
from the olllcc of Registrar of Con
veyances, bo far, so good. Diit
this is enough. lie must be brought
to trial, and if found guilty of the
charges preferred against him in the
sworn affidavits recently published
ill tho "Gay.cttc," punished accord
ingly. Justice and common decency
demand this, and can be propitiated
by nothing less.
SAN FRANCISCO TO ENCLAND.
To one long accustomed to the
quiet life that is to be found on an
island plantation, the transforma
tion to one of tho busy marls of
the world engenders n strange
feeling, such indeed was my expe
rience, from the time of my landing
in San Francisco on a beautiful
morning, tho 20th April, to my de
parture on the afternoon of the 21st,
the sight on landing was quite an
animated one, the many friends of
some of the Australia's passengers
hurrying forward to look out for the
expected ones, the rapid unloading
of the baggage from the vessel's
hold, the claiming of it, its exami
nation bj' tho Customs' olllcers and
the varied phases of disembarka
tion were gone through In rapid
succession and I was soon rapidly
driven off to inj' hotel, the Brooklyn,
whore I had staj'td at thirteen years
before, on a former visit to San
Francisco: after arranging for
and partaking or a
good lunch 1 sallied out to see what
I could in the short time at my dis
posal ; my impressions of San Fran
cisco thirteen years ago arc rather
indistinct at this lime but they were
sufllcicntly strong in 1113 mind to
enable me to judge what great
chances had occurred iu the in
terval, it has extended its bounda
ries in every possiblo direction, its
buildings have improved in a won
derful way and can compare in size
and architecture with those of 3113
of its rivals in the new or the old
world ; the stores are very fine and
attractive in finish, nnd show of
goods in tho windows, and alto
gether it is a wonderful city with
ver3r man3' attractive features to a
visitor. Leaving San Francisco at
3 o'clock on the 21st, by the Rail
way Co.'h Oakland boat we were
rapidly carried over to the Railway
depot on the other side, (one fea
ture of this part of the journey
being the large number of water
fowl of many species to be seen in
tho bay), and at 3:30 i m. pre
cisely, we left Oakland on our long
eastward jouri'103', during the after
noon of this day wo passed through
a beautiful country, highly culti
vated and in every way charming to
the e3'e, the district being the Sac
ramento Valley, wo were passing
through this until darkness hid all
outside objects from view. Our
train was a long and a crowded one,
all scats appeared to bo taken, I
noticed one great improvement in
tho second class cars, and this in
having arrangements for the sleep
ing accommodation of the occu
pants, there being upper nnd lower
berths similarly arranged to tho Pull
man cars, only the sleepers must
supply their own mattrasses, pil
lows and blankets, but is a great
improvement on the old system iu
which Pullman's wcro tho only
sleeping cars and it is a boon which
the traveling publio no doubt highly
appreciate ; my own berths wcro in
a Pullman car and 1 cannot spcal;
too highly of theso specimens of
traveling luxuriousness, both by day
and night tho comfort is the best
possible ; I was fortunalo enough to
secure places in 0110 of rocent con
struction, with high backs, making
tho scats much more comfortable,
Such comforts make traveling a
On awakening on the morning of
tho 22nd, we wcro passing down tho
eastern side of tho Sierra Nevada,
having traveled up to and passed
tho summit during the night, we
wcro now amongst tito snow, notice
wo had of this during tho night by
tho lowered tempciaturo but tho
cold was not intense, tho viow on
cither sido was very pretty, tho
woods, hills nud dales with riruiets
of running water and snow clad
hills nnd trees having n pretty and
interesting effect. After leaving tho
Sierra our journey was mostly
through an uninteresting country,
an alkali plain on cither side of us,
stretching nwa3f miles upon miles to
the horizon, n traotloss desert, while
in tho'distance was Been the Hum
boldt range of mountains covered
with a manllo of snow, the view a
desolate one right on until approach
ing Ogdon when the country began
to look a little more interesting, this
was on tho morning of tho 23rd, and
wo traveled from early morning
within n short distance of Salt Lake
arriving at Ugilcn at uiiu, wncro
we had 11 stay of an hour and fifty
minutes until tho secoiul portion of
our train arrived, it having been
divided during the early part of the
journey, owing lo its extreme
length. Our long stay here enabled
us to get a good meal in comfort,
the time usually allowed at the din
ing places being too short to allow
of the meal being taken in comfort,
I must say in this connection that
the meals provided are generally
very good, and great improvement
on what I experienced on my first
overland journey; leaving here at
11 a. m. we passed through n more
interesting country for many hours ;
passed into n snow storm and
through it, with largo quantities of
snow to be seen as far as the 030 could
roach. During this day, the 2-ltli,
we passed through 11 large tract of
land belonging to an English syndi
cate, it took hours to pass through,
so 3'ou may imagine its large ex
tent, it is used for the purpose of
stock-raising. This owning of large
tracts of land in America by aliens
is to be put a stop to, a law is, or
about lo bo passed which prevents
aliens owning land, they must be
come citizens before obtaining the
title deeds ; to-da3' wo entered the
State of Nebraska, this is a highly
farmed State and the difference in
aspect could be quickly discerned,
in the Territoiy of Wyoming which
we had just left, far as the cyo
could gaze, nothing to be seen but
a treeless desert, but in Nebraska
wo arc constantly passing pretty
homesteads, with buggies very
often lo be seen driving along the
roads and a homelike appearance
over the scene, pleasing to the eye.
Ariivcd at Omnha early on the
morning of the 25th, this is an im
poitant place and a supphy depot of
the Union Pacific Railroad, it has
increased very much in size of late
years and now has 7."), 000 inhabi
tants, we stayed hero but a short
lime passing over the Missouri lo
Council Bluffs whore wo had to
change cars. My roulo from here
was b3' the Chicago & Northwestern
Railway and we left punctually at
9:15 a. m., a dining car was at
tached to this train and from liuie
to Chicago which we readied eaily
on the morning of the 2Gth, we had
meals veiy comfortably, the county
we passed through from here was a
well farmed one and pleasing to
look at, we had passed within the
outer walls of civilization nnd
rapidly ncaring the dense centers
of population, we wcro also in a
prohibition State, Iowa, nothing
stronger than tea or coffee being
allowed, and let mo here say that in
1113' humble opinion if the same law
was in effect in many other parts of
the world it would be for the good
of those residing- there j we attained
a high rate of speed 011 this road,
the track is well laid. and traveling
1 think faster than at any other pre
vious part of our journey. We ar
rived in Chicago nt 0:30 on the
morning of the 2Gth, where we
again changed trains and depot,
being carried over by omnibus to
the depot of the Michigan Central
Railroad. This depot is the most
miserable I met with on 1113' journey
nud the lunch rooms worse still.
This was a surprise to mo for it is
not in keeping witli the size nnd
business of the city. I had no time
for a look at the city of Chicago,
ns after a short detention Ave once
more sped on our eastward coarse.
A short distance from Chicago, on
this road, arc the works of tho Pull
man Car Co.'s workshops and tho
houses of the employees, stores,
etc., all owned by the P, C. Co.
No saloon is allowed on the place
but this good arrangement is spoilt
by tho small town of Kensington,
which consists almost wholly of
saloons erected after the former
placo was built. Tho Pullman
works, etc., are called Pullman
Town, and they do form a town and
of no mean dimensions. Tho busi
ness must be a colossal 0110 to sup
port such a place. Speeding rapidly
along through a very interesting
countr3' wo arrived nt "Detroit early
in the evening, tho electric lights
hung on long poles with which this
city is lighted, have a strange ap
pearance to nit unused eye, J loarnt
that the cost is less than that of
gas. Our train was hero carried
over n branch of Lake Erie, and on
this night traveled partly on Cana
dian territory. Passing Niagara
Falls iu the night and so missing
tho view. We arrived at Rochester
early on tho morning of U10 27th,
and at Syracuse at 'J:I5, wliero we
enjoyed a good breakfast and
changed cars. One peculiar featuro
I noticed on leaving hero, wo passed
through tho btrcets of tho town,
our train passing along tho publio
rondwny. The journoy from hero
to Now York which wo readied at 7
r. -m., was very interesting, passing,
as we did, along tho banks of the
beautiful Hudson, our view iu many
places was splendid, on approach
ing Now York many bcnutiful resi
dences tiro scattered on tho slope
looking 011 the river ; tho scene is a
To bo Continued.
A Public Mooting will bo
hold at tho
of tho Honolulu IlilluH, on
Thursday, Juno SO, 1S87,
AT 2 P. M.
To take Into consideration
lie present mnl-adminis-tration
of Public Affairs,
and to consider moans oi'
Mystic Lodge, No. 2.
Mvittln l,nilftn TCn. 1 If. nf
r, win meet tills evcuinj'
iftAnt 7 p. m.Eliirp, for clcc
lunn oi oiiiccrs, lor (lie
ensuing term, mid to meet
'viMimg jsroincr t. .
Hrnu-lnv. I). CI' fV nf (Intl.
f ornia. A full iittcniinncc U
rrrntn.fnfl Momliora nf
O.iliu I.' dgc, Invited.
"KnlL'lit iauk will lio conferred"
73 It K. of K. S.
A cordinl Invitation Is hereby (xtend.
cd to ilio pulillc f Honolulu, with mt
distinction ot scut of imtinnniity, to be
piesent at tlin ttli of .luly literary exer
cise b. picnic, ami Hold sports to be he'd
at "Littlii Uritniii." King tlrcnl, on 31o-i.
diiy .fuly lth 1SS7 commenting at 10
o'clock ii. in. lluscs will iuii every 10
minutes fiom tho corner of Kingrmd
Fort streets, liegining 8 o'clock a.'m. to
carry the people out to the grounds free
of I'liargc. Iloives ami eariinges can ho
fastened on tho premise's rccnpliil hv
Hon If. M. Wliltucr. irljuining the
grounds on tho Wojt ti le. Nohnrei
will lo ulloueil within the picnic
grounds. TI1K (.OJIMIT'IHB
INTO TlIE ENOLOSU1U3 OP THE
undersigned n dmk colored marc
wlih indistinct brand on rlulithip, four
whilo feet, shod forward, owner is re
quested to take her away and pay for
advertising. J. II. WOOD.
Nutmiiu Valley, Juno -7 li 1837 7a at.
ALL PAHTJKS WHO HAVE OK
dcrad the outfit, can have tamo by
applying nt ,1. If. SUPERS.
No. US Merrli utt street . 7!t lm
THE BIENNIAL MEETING
OV THE JIE.MIiKItS OF THE
Queen's Ilo-pluil I'oiporatioii will
takn piuco at t lie room of the Ohainhei
of Commerce in U'lmphcll's lllock on
Friday July 8th wxini II u. m.
fi7lf Secy. pro. tern
Ladies' Fashionable Hair Dresser and
AUo Combing. matlo up iu the latest
styles and at
Will go to ip.sidcnccs if desired. Apply
at L. ADbKR'S shoo stoie, No W .uu.
ami street. 71 lm
Waikiki Bath House!
MR- W. CROOKS having t ikrn
UJL ohargucf tliu WtiikikI lluth House,
begs to liifuim tho public (hat ho will
iuii the place iu a llrst-claM bathing
MRS. OIIOOKS will attend to thulndy
patrons of tho placo, and every dlbrt
will lm uitiile lo make it attractive.
A LAW STUDENT.
ESIKES A POSITION AS OLE UK
or copyist. A. 1 ltofcrenees.
Addicss II. A.
P. O. Hox-141 70 1 w
HARNESS MAKER h.u moved to
No. 18 Kl, g street ne.t to thu
Metropolian Market. (14 lm
Cottage to Kent '
AND FUKNITUHE FOIt SALE
Low rent; furniture tit a Imguln.
For puiticuliirti cnqulro ( f J no. Mngoon,
Agent, Merchant sireU. 27 tf
THE HOUSE AT PIIKBENT,
occupied by the uudeielgned,
K u kill street.
U W. 0. PARKE
TO LET Oil LEASE.
ttA A HOUSE. coutnlnlnL' llvo
sStStf-rj' ,oom, Besides dining io in,
.uuusiu kllcheu and nun try, and evorv
coiivinioiico for a family; one acre of
ground, well shaded with algorola tie s,
niiiiuieu on jYiutui m rcei, ueiwcou Ala.
pal and Knpioiiini sts. Apply on tho
uicmlso? lo Thos. Itowcastlc. (,? lw3
,, V01 t
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FOURTH OF JULY.
I am Instructed by Mone. Honrl Peer,
French Oonimi&loncr, to foil at public
auction (ou account of Departure) at
ills icsldence, on IJeretnula street, ad
Joining Fort street Oliuvch,
At 10 o'clock a. in.
Thu whole of his Household Furniture
1 PARLOR SET,
Dining Tablo and Chairs,
SEVERAL BEDROOM SETS,
Chairs, Tables and Rocking Chalr.,
Chnmiulioi':) and Lamps,
Orotslcery nnd GlnNswnrc
Curtains nnd Lambrequins.
Kitchen Stove and Utcii'ils,
Ladles' and Uenl'n H'.ddles, if, n'so
One 2-Soated Family Carriage
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
71 lw Auctioneer.
1 Grit Clone Sale.
FROM TUB FIRM OF
Hoffmmg & Co,, Sydney,
These goodt comprise ivory description
Notions and Novelties!
Ladies' & Gent's Saddlery, &c.
Will be sold nt
in (litanlitici to suit.
The goo Is aro cow on silo n tho room
Over Yates and PIc!(enzie's,
Opposite the Oecinii. Oid Whiuf.
A new lot of
Stetson's Black Silk Dress, and
Just the thing for the
4tSi of July.
All Hig Boys ta lieu!
Elegant Now Stylish Goods
Steamship Comp y
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will luvo Honolulu for the above
Tuesday July 5th,
For Freight or VaSMig.j, npply to
00 WM. Q. IRWIN & CO., Agents
Carringes at all hours, day nnd night.
Saddle Hones, Buggies, Wagonettes and
Villago Carts witu stylish uiid gentle
horses to let.
A few Horse?, guaianlced. Second
hand llnol.u, Open and Top Bugglos,
Caits and iliirni'.-s.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES,
lting up Telephone 32, or apply in
HULKS & 1IAYM3Y.
To the Boys!
o B i
On Thursday, June 30th.
At 10 o'clock a. m.
At the residence of tho Hon W. 0.
Parke, wo will sell at Public Auction
the unliro Household Furniture, comprising:
Bureau nnd Sofa Hugs,
Upholstered Vat lor Lounge,
Upholstered Easy Chairs,
Largo Centro Hug,
Oval Centre Table,
1 Light Chnndclicr,
Made Hair Cloth Chairs,
ForticM and Cornico Voles,
Elegant Koi Sideboard,
B. V. Bedstead,
Toilet Sots, Bagnlcllo Table,
Koa Extension Table,
Assortment ot MivcrpiatcJ ware,
Illnck Walnut Chnlr?,
B. W. Marble Top Bureaus,
Oak Bedroom Sot,
Mattrcrc3, Mosquito Nots Ward.
Hanglrg and Bracket Lamps,
Kitchen Stove and Utensils!
Meat Safe, Hifrlgcrutor, liny Cutter,
Lawn Mower, and an assortment of
Ferns, Valine, nnd Flint?, Garden
Stands, Flower Vots, Etc., Etc ,
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
07 Ot Auciionccrs.
Elegant Jewelry !
By order of MIL JOHN S. SPEAR,
we will sell at Public Auction, nt his
ttoro Fort street,
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 6th,
At '0 o'clock a. m his
STOCK OF JEWELRY
Ladies' & Gent's Diamond Rings
dent's Solid Gold Scarf l'ins.
Solid Gobi Earrings,
Collar nnd Slccvo Buttons,
Wallham Gold and Silver Watches
An assortment of SOLID SIL
Tea & Table Spoons
Knives, Forks, Napkin Rings, Etc.
39 The abovo articles aro all guiran
tceil. nnd nto sold on account of re
movnl. fc'pciiial accommodations for hulks at
E. P. ADAMS & Co.
73 7t Auctioneers.
I)YAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear of Lucas' Mill.
Bell Tel. 112. Mutual Tel. 872.
P. O. Box li07.
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
ir Salo or Lease the Nuuanu Valley
Hunch, head uf Nuuanu Valley, easy
For Salo house nnd lot on Berctnnla
Btccct, bouto nearly new contains 0
looms pleasantly hltuntcd, garden etc
iu excellent oider. Would bo told
Blacksmith Shop in tho now Brick
Building on King striet near Nuuanu,
recently occupied by 0. T. Hoyt.
Opposite Old Station House.
Shop on King Sticot In new brick build
ing near Nuuanu, next door to the
Chinese Nous Co.'s Olllcc.
Two Cottages on Punchbowl strccl-bctwcen
King nnd Berctanla.
Handsome Rcsidonco on Pauoa Road near
et, large ground with
ltent $80 a tuou h.
out-houscs etc. ltent 30
Furnished Cottage 5 minutes walk from
Post Ulllcu Ntiitablo for single person,
MR. THOMAS ISCOVESCO Is
authorized to collect moniuj ami sign
All kinds of help promptly provided.
Properties Rented and Sold
Custom House Work Done.
Leases, Contraots, Agree
ments, &c Drawn on Short
U8 Merchant Struct. Gl
LOST OR MISSCAURIED.
ON THE OCEANIC Co., WHAItF
of May illsl, on arrival of Austra
lia a lingo black loithcr valUo tightly
snapped haudlo Lroletu nnd he nip cord
substituted. Any perron el.'llvpiing
snmo at Paul Ncnraams efU.o will bo
CS tf PAUL NEUMANN.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
advent it iu tlio Daily Bulletin
Mntunl Tel. 1.10
I. O. It ox lift.
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Premises on Judd Slrcol, at pirscnt occu.
pled by J. Kitinieliith. Over S acres
iu extent; substantially enclosed,
graded, planted with fruit tree, botli
lorclgnand native; durable buildings.
Prcmisos noar Thomas Square. Kulaokahua,
now occupied by Livingstone.
Building Lot, corner of School nnd Fort
streets, opposito me uovurumeni
School House 20.1 ft. on Fort street.
123 feet on School street ; one S-roomcd
Lot et Land In Knlihl Valley, oppollo the
Tho " Old Cornor," siluntu on the inst cor
ner of Nuuanu and Queen streets.
Lot, corner of Vcnsacola and Wilder
Avenues, Mukiki, U ncrcs more or less;
may bo divided up for small home,
To Lot That very convenient nnd do.
sirablo cottage on Merchant street
opposite the Mutual Teliphoiio build
ing. Filly Acres (more or less) in H mi! Id, cast
of Moanalun; M acres of agricultural
laud; 25 ncrcs all together suitablo
for tho cultivation of rice, taro or ba
nanas. All the necessary buildings;
Artesian well, etc.
Loaso of Fish Pond at Walklki. A 'are
opportunity for a profitable) invest
ment. Cattle Ranch nt Knanapnii, Maui.Hultablo
for a ranchman of limited means.
Lease ol Cottage and Lot with lnrgo slnblo
accommodation, on Punchbowl street,
near the Pauoa Stream.
Thrco Lodging Houses, furnished nnd do.
Inp n profitable business. Situated as
At the foot of Punchbowl strcit;
On Alakea, above King street;
On Hotel, between Nuuuuu and
Fort streets .
For Lease or Sale on Reason
Two Cottages nnd largo lot above Kinnit
street, on the Hank of Punchb wl hill.
Buildings new nud in good condition.
Healthy location; beautiful view
TO LET OR LEASE.
One Largo 2-Story Collago, oul Beretnntn
street, mukai of Puliation, 2)4 miles
from tho Post Olllcc. Together with
grounds and artesian well. Theso
premises aro fully appoln id and very
convenient for a large family, and mo
furnished with servants' quarters, car
ringo house, stables, etc.
Ono Large 2-Story Cottage, on tho flank of
of Punchbowl, miles from the Post
Olllcc, fully supplied with every con
venience tor immediate occupation.
Splendid location, bcnutlf'il view.
Ono Cottage, with large yard accommo.
elation, corner of Lilian and King
streets, convenient nomo lor moucr
ato family; live" minuted walk from
the Post Olllcc.
Ten Acres (more or less) of good pasture
land situate on the Government roiul
In Kallhi two miles from town.
A 5-Hoom Cottago with kitchen and bath,
within a half a mile of tho Post Olllcc
By a Lady, ns mine or housekeeper, who
has had many yean experience nud
cuu gunrauicb satisfaction.
By a Book-keeper nud gene-nl business
man, who is acquainted with all
branches of mercantile business.
Wages not an object.
By a Practical Enyineer, who can give the
beit of references if desired.
By a tlioioughly competent Dairyman,
who understands the business in all
By a man accustomed to plantation work,
who has been many years a resident of
By Several Men who will mnko them-
selvoi useful in doing tho chores in
privato families; taking earn of horses
and carriages, etc.
Full particulars given with regard to
tho foregoing items on application nt
tho Agency. 53
BY THIS STEAMEIl
Has received n full lino line of
In White, Cream and Colored.
A full Hue of
Linen, Torchon Lucea,
Ribbons, Huts, Millinery.
ALL THE GO !
Go inspect Mr. Fishers New Goods I
Leading Millinery House.
Chr. Fort & Hotel Streets.
A YOUNG MAN.
CRIPPLED HY IUILWAY ACOI.
tl.nt, wishes a position as watch,
man, or similar llf. lit aUuntlon. Eanulro
at Ut office. 70 at,
Queeu Lilly Hat