Newspaper Page Text
j T' '
Sforuljvn OIHco, Notice.
Ofliciul nolico having been given
that dining the teinpoiuiy absence of
II. P. Guiic, Esq.,
Imperial Gennau Consul, II. W.
Schmidt, Esq., an ill discharge the
functions of that office as Acting
Consul, all poisons aic hereby le
inircd to give full faith and eicdit
to all the oillcial nets of the said
H.W. Schmidt, Esq.
Minister of Foreign Affair.
Aliiolani Hale, Jan. 10, 1888.
Ofkici; or Tin: 13oaiu of TIi:aitii,)
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1888. J
Scaled tenders will bo recehedat
the Oflieo ot tlic Boaul of Health
until 12 o'clock noon, Januaiy 23,
18S8, for the delicry at the Leper
Settlement, on the Island of Molo
kai, of one hundred and fifty colds
of File Wood, within tluee months
from the date of signing agiceincnt
for the same.
N. 13. EMERSON,
President of the Bo.ud of Health.
OKncu AuDiTon-Gr.Nr.iui,, )
Honolulu, Jan. 1G, 1888.$
All accounts audited in this
Office must be presented in dup
licate, the duplicate copy to be
letained by the Auditor.
GEO. J. ROSS,
41 lw Auditor-Gencial.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
J3uiilc oi Oalilbrnia., ftS. 3T.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. 51. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Comn-'rcial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand : Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Pledged to neither Beet nor Party.
Ent established lor tbe benefit ot nil.
THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1888.
Late Foreia lis.
By the Planter wc have received
dates to the 5th of Januaiy, two
days later than pieviously received.
Following is a summary:
The smallpox does not show any
signs of lotting go its hold in San
Francisco. Seven new cases weie
reported to the Health Office on
Santa Rosa, Jan. -1th The Board
of Health to-night passed a resolu
tion asking the Board of Education
to only admit pupils to the public
school wiio furnish certificates of
Marysville, Jan. -itli The Com
mon Council havo taken steps to
prevent the appearance of smallpox
in this city, and have ordered free
vaccination for those unable to pav
physicians. None has appeared in
the mountain region of this couutiy
adjoining Sierra county.
Los Angeles, Jan. 4th At a meet
ing of the Boaid of Health this
evening a resolutipn was adopted
requesting the State Board to sta
tion quarantine officers at Tulare
and San Pedro. The Boaul of
Supervisors tliib afternoon appointed
two health officers for duty at San
Pedro, to prevent the advent of
smallpox at that port.
The Consuelo niado the passage
over to San Francisco in ton and
A revolt occurred at Jefferson
barracks, St. Louis, 'between white
and colored U. S. troops, that ro
Btilted in the injury of many men
and probably will cost the lives of
at least tluee.
Four inches of snow fell at Port
land, Oregon, on tho !hd Jan., and
sumo apprehension was felt of a
Very few of the vessels arriving
from northern poits fail to biing ic
ports of rough voyages, of thrilling
experiences and nairow escapes
from drowning. Tho slorm lias been
continuous on tho noithern coast
and lias raged with tbe greatest vio
lence on land as well as sea. Tho
reports of disasteis already leceived
are certain to bo followed by othcis
s fioon ns tho vessels which aro de
tained airivo in poit and tclegiaph
communications which have been
interrupted by the latcsloun arc re
stoicd. In addition lothe total loss of
the lleywood, Hancock and Califor
nia, the barkentine Amelia was com
pelled to put into poit on account of
gieat damage to her rigging.
Washington, Jan. !. CeitainHc
publiean Senators havo been busity
at work lo sccuie a caucus in which
the lino of paity policy could be
agreed upon respecting the conlh ill
ation of Secretary Lamar to be Jus
tied of the Supieme Court. Thus
far the attempt to get a caucus has
failed. Lamar's opponents among
tho Rcpublicaus arc in a majoiity,
but Stanford, Stewart, Jones, Saw
yer and others will not go into cau
cus, nor be bound by the caucus
action on this nomination. Lamar
will be confirmed.
The "Toronto Globe" highly ap
proves Chambei Iain's speech before
the Board of Trade, it says, the
Canadians are delighted when Cham
berlain speaks without compionns
ing the interests of Canada and the'
success of his mission. Tho same
paper also thinks that Chamberlain's
fortunes must sciiously suffer if ho
fails to bring an amicable and satis
factor settlement out of the Wash
The Tillamook light on the coast
of Oicgon, 100 feet above the sea,
was badly damaged by the late
stoim; the sea Inokc into the lan
tern smashing tho glass and extin
guishing the light.
Watsonvillc, January '1th. The
establishment of tho beet sugary at
this place has caused quite a boom
in real estate. There is a sharp
demand for all kinds of real estate,
especially in tho vicinity of the site
of the sugar works. Prices arc be
coming steeper, especially for good
farming land. Already substantial
adanec has been made on the fac
tory. The lailroad company is put
ting in a switch.
San Diego, January 4th. John
D. Sprcckclshas arrived from San
Francisco. He still speaks favora
bly of the plan to -run the Oceanic
steamers hence to Auckland, with
out calling at Honolulu, but inti
mates that no change is apt to be
made until the mail contract expires
in November next.
Washington, January 4th. Sher
man began his speccli on .tho Presi
dent's message at 1 o'clock. The
President of the United States, he
said, departing from the practice of
his illustrious predecessors, diopped
from his recent annual message all
reference to the foreign relations of
the country, and the inteiesting
questions regarding national affairs,
even omitting the usual recognition
of the Supreme Ruler of the Uni
vcise, postponing all tilings celes
tial and terrestrial until the surplus
revenue shall be got rid of. The
existence of the surplus revenue
has been a constant occurrence be
fore and since the close of the war.
Instead of its being a danger it is
an indication of tho continuous in
crease of the domestic productions
of the country and its foreign and
domestic commerce, and of the
steady improvement in financial con
ditions. Larger surpluses had fre
quently been dealt with 'wisely by
Republican administrations, by a
i eduction or repeal ot taxes. These
simple remedies had been applied
on mainly such ai tides as could not
be produced here and did not come
into competition with domestic in
dustry. With that kind of free
trade he was in sympathy.
Heavy washouts and several train
wiccks have occurred in the south
ern part of California, resulting in
the death of one man and injury
to several otheis. The washouts are
on the California Central, Southern
Pacific, and Santa Fc loads, the
Santa Fc suffering the most.
London, Jan. 4. A violent hurri
cane is raging in the Iribh Channel.
Great damage has been done to
shipping. The steamship Ohio ar
rived at Qiiccnstown this evening
owing to bad weather, and will be
obliged to postpone her departure
until to-morrow. A portion of
Fastness Rock has tumbled into the
sea. The light keepers are teniflcd,
fearing the sea will undeimine the
rock. It is impossible for bo.its to
approach the i ock.
St. Petersbiug, Jan. 4. Tho
newspapers ol thin city publish a
Russian translation of the loiged
documents sent to the Czar. The
tone of the press toward Germany
has completely changed.
J ho LV.ur m a congratulatory tcle
am to the Pope, said he was de-
sirous of instiling tho interest of his
Catholic aubjecls, and concluded as
I doubt not tlat tho high wisdom
of which your Holiness gives so
many proofs will enable me to har
monize the needs of the Roman
Church in Kussia with the fundam
ental piinciplcs of my Empire.
Cork, Jan. 4. An 1800-ton baik,
believed to bo an American vessel,
lias been wrecked at the entrance of
"Water0! d Haibor. Her crew, con
sisting of twenty-five pcisons, were
all drowned. Tho vessel is supposed
to be the ship Eureka, Captain
Southard, which sailed fioin Sail
Francisco August lOtli for Queens
town with a cargo of wheat.
London, Jan. 4. Two espiess
trains on the Dutch State Hailioad
collided near Meppel to-day.
Twenty-six persons wcie killed nnd
many otheis iiijiucd,
Vienna, Jan. a. Tho "Fredcn
blatl" denies, on authentic inform
ation, that tho movement of IJtis
inu troops and war material to the
fionlier continues. The latest news
shows that the lcporls concerning
Russian movements refencd mainly
to displacements effected with the
frontier pro inccs.
Beilin, Jan. a. Tho "National
Zcitung" states that Emperor Wil
liam, during the leceplion yesterday
of the officers of tho Guard, biiefly
said: "I would point out that with
"this year your chief attention will
be claimed to maneuvers which tho
Gunrds nnd the Third Aimy Corps
have been ordered to execute.', The
Emperor afterward bestowed the
Order of the Black Eagle upon the
Court Chamberlain, Count Stolberg
Loudon, Jan. 3. Lord Clanicardc
is making preparations for a whole
sale eviction campaign in revenge
for the castigation he got at tho re
cent libel suit. To-day he is to
apply for 150 writs of eviction. His
new agent is swaggering about say
ing there is lo be war to the knife
this time. The millionaitc Is deter
mined to put his purse against the
purse of his tenants and their
fiicnds, and has begun by lodging
$20,000 in cash to his agent's credit
at the bank. "It is to be" a war of
purses as well as house-levelling and
house-defending, for if the tenants
be cast out of their homes it will
become a question whether their re
sources or Clanricaide's will hold
out longer. If the Government
lend Claniicarde their tioops to pur
sue this resolve, thcic is much fear
that there will bo bad work.
The Privy Council at a meeting
yesterday lcsolvcd to suppress the
league in Dublin and thus cripple
the Central Executive.
Jan. a. The Iron Clad II. M. S.
Hercules touched the leef off Fcr
10I, Spain, ycsteiday and knocked a
hole in her bide. All effoits to blon
the leak failed, and the ship with
difficulty leached the haibor of
Fcriol, where she is gradually sink
ing. Dublin, Jan. 3. Cullimore, the
Plan of Campaign leader on the
Kengstonc estate, lias been arrested
on the charge of inciting the tenants
to illegal acts.
The tenants of the Kengstonc
estates held a meeting at Mitchells
town yesterday, Condon picsiding,
and adopted resolutions declaring
the Land Commissioner's reductions
of judicial rents inadequate; that
there would continue to be a Plan of
Campaign until evicted tenants
were reinstated and that they would
appeal for greater reductions.
Limerick, Jan. 3. The municipal
authorities have conferred the ficc-
uoni ot the city upon bullivau, cx
Loid Mayor of Dublin.
London, Dec. 21. Two Irish bills
will be intioduccd by the Cabinet
one to conciliate the Catholic Bishops
in leference to higher education and
the other to provide for a compro
mise between the landlords and
tenants by advances to landlords
f loin the Treasury at 3 A- per cent,
tho loans to be repayable ih install
ments, the term extending over
SELLING ONE'S OWN SKELETON.
Has a man a right to disposed of
his dead body? The weight of
authority seems to be in favor of an
answer in the alllrmative, but a new
decision will soon be rendered by
the Hungarian courts.
It appears that a man named
Fabry lecently died at Buda Pesth
who measured seven feet three in
ches "in his stockings." Several
years ago ho sold his skeleton to the
Anthropological Museum of that
citj- for a considerable sum, and that
institution natnrally laid claim to his
coipsc on the announcement of his
The widow, however, would not
give up thd lcmains of her elongated
spouse, and insisted that they should
be burned. The question has been
refencd to the courts, and we shall
have another legal opinion on this
It seems theie lived 'at Kief a
n cli nnl'onnni1 tmtnnl Uncl-nirniWnti-
.. uiiuittviivi ........... Ati,aflUI J ILV.II,
who was lemarkable for having an
enormous head out of piojiortion
and unhealthy looking. This pro
digious cranium surmounting a frail
body had a most singulu'r 'effect.
Haskoiovilch seemed proud .of his
hints mitiirce, and spent the most of
bis Unto seated in front of his shop,
lie was weak-mintled and feeble in
It so happened that a Dr. "Walter
had occasion to pass Uaskorovitch's
shop daily and became so inleiebted
in his abnormal development that he
finally offered the shopkeeper a con
bfdciable sum in cash if he would
sign a paper leaving him lu head
alter death. The man consented,
pocketed the inone' and went on so
long a "spree" that his enfeebled
constitution could not read fioin tho
effects, and deatli ensued. Dr.
Walter, on learning the facts ap
peared on the scene and claimed his
head. Tho widow, being, ignorant
of the "transaction piotested. The
courts were appealed to and decided
that the contract, having been made
in the into est of science, must bo
respected, and the bereaved one was
compelled to bury her htibband head
less. In the month of Januaiy, 1471,
the physicians and surgeons of l'nris
rcpiesented to Louis XI that
"several pcisons of quality" being
afllictcd with divers diseases, it
would be very useful to examine
that part of tho body so effected. It
so happened that a ninn who suffered
fiom tho stone had just been sent
enced to death for robbery, and tho
suigeons obtained permission to
opcrato on him "for scicntillc pur-
poses." Tho "operation was public
and proved succdssful, so that tho
culpiit was not only cured in a fort
night, but was paidoncil nnd sttb
sciiptious taken up in his behalf.
Thus itThappcncd that the man
hod to be sentenced to bo hanged in
order to bo cured of his disease, and
that, had his sentence been executed,
the surgeons, who opciated on him
living, would not havo been allowed
lo touch his corpse.
Not long afterward the dissection
of criminals was made, legal in
Fiance, and over the door of the
flist operating-room opened in Toul
ouse was placed this iusciiptlon:
"This is the place where death
conies to the aid of life." In Paris
to-day there exists a society whoso
members bind themselves to allow
an autopsy to be made on their
bodies hnmcdiatcly after death.
Gambetta belonged to this associa
tion, and it was Dr. Mathias Duval
to whose lot it fell to examine the
locality of the disease and study
the brain of that eloquent French
man. "Chicago Times.
A RITCHIE ROWART,
-uL. Vutvi-hinvy Wiirjieon.
Ofllcc and Residence: ICO King stroi t
Mmiiiil Telephone SW. Odor lull at
Hotel St'ihTes will ho rccihcd and
i' mp'l nUrnded tn. 43 illll
FOll SALE CHEAP.
A N Expicis Wagon, Boton nnkc;
XX. Pole and Shall--, marly new
one set of Double Harness.
DRAFT. The owner can have tho
tamo by piovinc pinpcrty and
puying txiencs. A ply at the Bui.
i.i.i in Onicc. 4Mllt
A GOLD WATCH nnnufnetured by
the Aincriein Watch Company of
Wnlthum, Mass., No. 721,017, the owner
can have the same by applying lo
James Kaulianc, at the Police Station.
Yosomite Skalii Rink!
Miss Fanny Gilmore,
Prof. R. J. Aginton,
Champion Skaters of the World,
Will appear at the ahovc Rink, on the
arrival of llic Mariposa, now due.
Don't fail to sec Ihcac two wonderful
performers on wheels especially
Miss Funny Gilmoie, who has
never met her equal.
-" Band in attendance. -
JOS?" Admission 50 cents, -a
A Chanco to Procure a Good Paying
to my intindrd departure I
to sell niv Clii.ir Stoic nnd
Billiard Room. This is one of the best
equipped Billinid Rooms in ihcUiwn.
I jliuvu four Tables i f the von latest
designs, ind oim Pool
42 1m C. J.
Tabic with pa.
Notice of Annual Meeting.
Tiy: Stot-kholdi rs of C. JJrev.cr
Company, (L'd), will tuko notico
tluit the annual nicetin of the Com.
I any will lie hold nt tho office on Queen
street; on WEDNESDAY, rVbruuiy 1st,
next, at 10 o'clock, a. i.
JVG. CARTER, Sdremry,
' , C. Brewer & Company.
. Honolulu. Feb. 10, 1888 -10 2w
I7ROM the rtoio ol tl.o Laurnlioi'lioo
fujur Co., Drafts No. -HI & -115
for B0 00 each, dinwn l.yJ.M.l.jdgntc,
Miuiagoi it f ilie Laiipjhmhnu Sugar
Co, in fin or or Snin'f Taylor, on Thio.
II. Dnvics & to, Poisons nie heriiby
warned against negotiating tho iiino
40 lit 'I'liBO. II. A VIES & CO.
Dissolution of Partnership,
rpiIE interest of Mr, Claronco Mno
JL failuno in tho llun ot WEST,
DOW & CO. ha'i this day been pui
eliaul by Mr. Gideon Wist, who a,
immcs all liabilities of siid linn. All
debts due atld lliiu are duo and payable
to Mr. U.AVest.
WEST, DOW Jc CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 14, 188.
MR. G. WEST having become bolo
owner of the biibliK.'H can led nn
under the Hint name of Wi'M, Dow &.
Ce., wilt, in futuie, crry on sild biisi
ne3d under the Hi in nnmoitud hi vie ol
G. WE&T As CO.
Honolulu, Jan. Ifi. 38ti8. Hit lm
'TMIK ICiiploltini Park Astoclatlon will
jL uot bo Mpoiibihlu fur nnv dibln
contracted in Its iimnu without the writ
ten oidei o its Triti uur.
A. S. OU.UHORN.
32 2 v Puhldcnt,
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 columns. $3 per suuuin.
r. i.-K- -.-jfTOi.t , rr;"i -i irr
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Ho. 85 POUT STEEET, HONOLULU.
Export Aocouninnts nnd Collectors, Real Estate, Firo &. Lifo Insuranco
Agonts, Custom-Houso, Loan and Exohango Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts accurately Kept nnd properly adjusted.
Collections will receive spi clnl attention and returns promptly made.
Convoyancing ft Specialty. Records searched and correct AbttaeU of Titlo
Legal Documents and Papers of every description carefully drawn and hand.
smnel) eagres ed.
Copying unci Translating In nil languages m gcncinl inch this Kingdom.
Heal Estate lonli and sol 1. Tii.cs paid and Piopoily svfely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and renied, and rents collected
Firo and Lifo Insuranco effectod In first class Insurance Companies.
Custom-Houso Business transacted with accuracy aifd despatch.
Loans negotiated at favorable rales.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publisher?.
Any Articlo purchased or sold ou most favorablo terms.
Inter-Island Ordors will receive particular attention.
C2J- All Business entrusted to our caro will receive prompt and faithful attention at
Having had nn extensive buslms9 experience for oer twenty-live jcars In
New York City and elsewhere, we feel competent (o attend lo nil business of an
initio ito and complicated nature, or requiring; tnct and discretion, and respectfully
Bill Telephone No. 274. IIii-WJiiin.ii KiiNinesw AROiioy.
jnn. 7 88 lr
JUST TO HAND,
Foi-t Street Stores.
Jffl. HQEPSGHUB&BB& Go
Huve It- moved their
Office and their well Assorted Stock
of Goods to their New Store
Opposite Messrs Castle &.Coole's
rj nnd Uethel Elreet,
N( arly opposite the Post Office.
Ed. KoffschEaeger & Co.
All pe'isons aia hiichy forbid,
den from excavating, digging
or depositing rubbish in the
streets of this disliicl, without
the written order of thelto.id
II. F. I1EBBARD,
35 lm Kona, Oahu.
Just Received per Zealand la,
TDES "W CROP
New Zealand , 'i j
Kidney Potatoes !
' In small crrttcs.
ExZeilaudia, from New Zealand,
Tho FIRST ARRIVAL OF
From tho Celebrated
Taranaki Butter Packing Company,
In 1 lb, scaled Hue.
EST '1 his article is guaranteed Buper.
lor to fiiiyBultci offered for snlclu this
IiUWIS J. M3VI3Y,
Bolo Agent for the Ilawitilan Islauds.
AT tho npuuiil meeting of the United
Cliine.-o Bockty laid on tlic Uth
Inst., the following oHlcera weie duly
O. Aire l'rosldent
000 Kim Vice Pri'tldent
1 am Fui ..Trcabiircr
Tong 1'lioug , f ociutary
Ng Oimn Afs't Trcasjutr
'lain Wuhlliu Ass't becielitiy
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
JL advertise iu the Daily Bulletin,
V a CD
a o s C
0 2. "
" o g rn
H ? o i o
g a s e--
F . CD
5 minutes walk from tho P. 0.
136,438, 140 and 142 Huuanu Street.
.Delightfully Siluatcd, and. Plenty of Fresh
Air all tho Year Round.
B" Twenty finU'lnss rooms in main
building, with fiist-cbw dining room.
La es' Tarlor & Qcntl omen's Parlor.
Hot and cold water baths free to all
Tho table will be supplied with the
best mi at in the market, together with
feaforublo luxuries when obtainable.
Fust-class Cooks and help employed.
Breakfast, 7 to 0 a. m.
Lunch, 12 noon.
Dinner, 5:0 to 7 p. in.
MKS. M. BVTCIIER,
3(J lw Manageress,
'Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
2S3Iei chant Street
High Class Aerated Waters
't ' ' ft 28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street
-H1 rz '
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
r 28 Merchant Sticet.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine Cream Soda,-
'Order promptly nttended to.-
75 cents per dozen, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchaat Street.
Plum Soda, equal to Schweppes. 33
- , NOTICE.
MESSRS' J. E. BROWN & CO.
Aio autlioribeil to collect for tho
Houolulu Juno 8th. 1887. 57
Iff ZEALAND OATS !
NEW ZEALAND OATS OF
Just received ox Maiipofca, by
J. E, BROWN & Co.,
17- 28 Moi chant Slieet.
JOB PRINTING ol all klndi exe.
cutcd at the Daily Bui.lf.tin Ofllco
For the Itland of Oahu.
Gov't Building, Honolulu.
Bell Tel. 17a.
I. O. Box
I hSIBW Bt,
Flro Proof Stone Building,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
General Agency forllaw'n Island1
Burlington ami Chicago Railway
Connecting at Bolon with the Azores
Through ticKclsgiantcd 1 1 cm Honolulu
Jleichandiso stored and fold on com.
mission. Consignments tolicltcoTl
1'ropci ties leased, rented and sold.
Lciznl document1 drin.
Books iiudltcd nnd ndjuitcd.
Authorized tollcclor, Mr. A. Moioft
THE Ecminjiton Typewriter is tho
Stamlaul writing machine of tho
world,. It prints 70 cliar.icteis, or Willi
ccrtainxombinntlon iibou' 80 h rae erp,
with the nperntlou of only t!9 kuyf. Tbo
maebine is ho simple th.it nuy'ouc tan
write wiih it, and its manipulalion 1- o
cisily understood, that bill little pric
Hoc U ricmireil lo enable the operator to
acquire facility in its use. Tho average
ppci-d of the pen is from 15 to 20
words per minute, and tho avci age speed
of the tvpe writer ifrom 40 to b0 woubi
por minute, Time spent in writing
with the pen is at least two thirds
Orders for the nbovo Instrument may
be left with the undersigned at the of
lice of W. G. Irwin & Co , and will re
ceive prompt attention Tlic uudirsign
ed is also prepared to give purchasers
lull instructions ns to tho use of the
For fur her particulars apply lo
W. M. GIFFAKD,
So'eAgcnt for the Hawaiian Inlands.
Skating! Skating! .Skating!
Commencing January Cth,
Every Friilay Erans !
ForLadieb and their EECorls.
Every Friday Evening will be kept
perfectly bclect for ladies & gentlemen.
JBnritl iu. A.tteii(Llanco.
THOMAS E. WALL,
1G01 Pronrletor. lyr
HnnE-L'o partnership heretofore exist.
X ing under the flim name of Rhodes
& Greene, Carpenters nnd Builder, is
this day dissolved by mutual consent.
Mr. Gieene leliring irom the firm.
All claims against tho lato firm are
itbstffeied by Win. T. Rhoads, und all
monies due the firm will be paid to
v "WM.T. RHOADS,
R. JAY GREENE.
Reforrjng to the above Mr. AVm. T.
Rhoads will continue tho business at
his old stand, 88 Queen street, and dr.
sires to Bay to the friends a'ud -patrons
of the late firm,' that R. Jay Greene re
mains in.my employ' as foreman, and
will attend to onj limincss entrusted lo
him ns bcfoie.
Honolulu. 'IT. I.. I)u;. Ill, lb87. 40 3t
rpiiE BEST TO BE HAD. for a
X limited number of horses, within
15 minutes walk from Post Office.
Enquire of J. M. UOWBET .
ALLItorountsdueMrp. A. M. Slellls
of t tnontliH and over, will bo
placed in a Collectors hands' without
further notico if not paid ,by the 15th,
Inst. MRS. A.M. MELLIS,
31 2w 17 Emma street
FOK SALE CHEAP. .
BARNES' Volocipfdo Foot . Power
Tnralug LATUE, iy, inch eliunic
tor, together with chucks Tools and tool
eiuriago. Apply to Armstrong Bmitli,
Waialna, Qnliu. 89 lw
Q WHALE BOATS; .1 Decked
0 Whale Rout, 30 feet long, 8 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 2 22 feet Surf Boats j
1 18 fret Surf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, G feet C itiches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with must and sails all
complete; 1 2) feet Suiting Scow, with
mast and bulls all complete. Anplv to.
Bout Builder ni'd Opnernl Jobber. 51 tf
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not leas 100 per month.
Long lease. For particulars apply at
thlBofllcc. 33 lm
J7INEST BRANDS OF CALI
i- fomia Port, Madeira and Maluga
or bale In Koch and cans by
GONSALYES & CO.
01 Queen strcot
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advertise in tho Daily Bulletin,
A - ,.
rMHWtlwWft Ulk- VkJiSs,
zG&W&mtoii&tteiWM, , . , . Afc ,u. )
t -4 UML.iA, a. 'MM,