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MONDAY, FEB. C, 18S8.
The Judges of the Supreme Court,
four to one, have decided the mtich
ili&eusscd veto question, sustaining
the King's right of veto. This de
cision is in harmony with tlio Buu.i
tis's reading of the Constitution,
for which we have been roundly
abused by some writers on the other
side, who assumed to "know till
about it." Our reading of the docu
ment was modestly given as the
opinion of "an unillumincd lay
mind," while the other side was pic
scnted with the offensive bombast of
self-conceited shallowness. It will
appear from the Court's decision
that the Bulletin writers arc better
interpictcrs of the Constitution than
the "Gazette" writers.
A PROPOSED DEBATING CLUB.
Mr. John F. Smith, in last Satur
day's Bulletin, suggested the for
mation of a local debating socictj',
and invited all persons interested
to communicate with and join him
in bringing the proposition to a suc
cessful issue. It is to be hoped that
Mr. Smith's appeal will receive en
couraging attention. Debating clubs
arc generally considered to be bene
ficial, having a tendency to cultivate
and develop the speaking and
reasoning capacity of participants,
as well as affording them pleasant
and instructive enteitainment. De
bating clubs also have the effect of
inducing habits of study and re
search. Persons intending to take
part in a previously announced de
bate will usually avail themselves of
all sources of information upon the
subject within their reach. Besides,
experience in a debating club fami
liarizes one with the recognized
methods of conducting public meet
ings, committee meeting, etc., an
important thing for any man and
every man to know in a free country
with free institutions. "What way
ever Mr. Smith's proposition is
looked at, we sec strong reasons for
expecting varied good to result from
its consummation and but slim
chance of any evil arising therefrom.
By all means, let us have a debat
ing society organized with as little
delay as possible, while there is
such a dearth of rational diversion"
AN ERROR CORRECTED.
In Saturday's Bulletin reference
was made to a speech delivered at
one of the fire companies' banquets,
on Friday last, being slightly erro
neous. An error crept into our cor
rection of the error in the speech.
'"No. 1" was unintentionally and
through mistake substituted for
"No. 2." Beg pardon.
WHY MEN DO NOT MARRY.
EniTon Bulletin: If not tres
passing too much on your generosity
and valuable space I would like to
&ay a few words on the above sub
ject (as I can in no way sympathise
with your correspondent who signs
himself a Bashful Young Man.)
i Mothers of to-day advise prudent
alliances, and yet discountenance
by fair means and foul love matches.
Girls choke down their feelings and
aid and abet their seniors in en
couraging men who are catches.
Yet still the cry goes up men do not
marry, and yet the most inveterate
club man, the mocker at lovo in a
cottage, was once a youth to whom
the vision of a homo was enchanting.
Almost every man tries his hand at
realizing somo such dream early in
life, but the attempt is usually
nipped in the bud by want of means
or by failure to win the particular
woman on whom his heart was set.
He suffers acutely, but man is an
elastic creature. True enough, ho
mixes after a while with the world's
society, not by any means proof
against feminine fascination, but
finds it almost impossible to find his
Mothers with their attractive
daughters take the majoritycan
not complain that their daughters
. ..'aiK?7dj.!: jjgcjatiu
see few men. That to-day means n
great deal. Some are liicn as it
were In shape onlj'. Look at what
avo 1 criued in common pat lance the
Duties, the aristocrat that would
be, utterly devoid of principle or
common sense, a distinct species
that oven Darwin could not class or
claim. You cannot class them with
your so-called hoodlums.
The tendency of the ago is to
level the barrier between the sexes.
One would think the natural ten
dency of the intimate associations,
such as social receptions, evening
paities, etc., would be matrimony.
But the fact is that many men arc
frightened off before liking begets
love, and they are the ones who
might have had serious intentions.
Tlio mother watches, fusses, and
oftinie catechises the girl, and there
by wounds her sense of delicacy,
doing more harm than good, often
leading tlio girl to imagine herself
beloved when the man's feeling is
only that of plcasmo in the society
of a young woman who does her
best to make heiself agreeable.
Men arc usually ignorant of how
'girls note and weigh the attentions
they receive, and how they analyse
and give body to vague nothings
and biood over trifles till they gather
shape. Many men after they have
said the pretty things their idea of
politeness has 'prompted, go away,
forget them, and oittimes the fair
recipient, while she is expecting a
declaration as the result of a few
soft nothings or tender glances.
All men aie not alike, bear in
mind. There are a few exceptions.
For instance, a gentleman who had
been in Austin, Texas, only three
days, but who had been paying at
tention to a prominent Austin belle,
wanted to propose, but was afraid
he might be though? too hasty, lie
therefore spoke as follows: "If I
were to speak to you of marriage
after having made your acquaintance
three days ago, what would you say
to it?" The lady's reply was,
""Well, 1 should say never put off
till to-morrow that which you should
have done the day before yesterday."
In conclusion, women are not
aware how some men sincerely ad
mire a girl without a thought be
yond mere good will. The man who
believes on the simplicity and can
dour of women, desires their sym
pathy and values their regard. A
man of the world lias the instinct of
self preservation developed strongly
enough for tlis protection. The
lady receives the pctits soins dear
to the female nature which the hus
band of Ioiik standing neglects. The
man receives the sympathy grateful
to the masculine creature. 'Tis the
cry among many to-day that it is
impossible to get well acquainted
with a girl without exciting the loo
lively anxiety of her friends. Time
and space will not permit one to say
further on this subject. Let me
conclude by saying married people
would be happier if home trials
wore not told to the neighbors; if
they kissed and made up after every
quarrel ; if each would try to be a
support and comfort to the other ;
if each remembered the other was a
human being, not an angel ; if men
were as thoughtful for their wives
as for those who by their actions
they often appear to love better ;
if neither had married.
OPENING QF A SWIMMING TANK
On Saturday last the Trustees and
friends of Oahu College were invit
ed by the President, to witness the
opening of a swimming tank.
The tank is built back of tlio Col
lege buildings, is 15 long by
32 feet wide and has an average
depth of G feet. At the inflow end
tlio water is 5 feet deep, and grad
ually deepens until it becomes 7
feet at the other end. The tank
holds when full, 01,000 gallons of
water, and can be filled in 1G hours.
In the vomer nearest the entrance
are concrete steps leading to the
bottom, and in the other corners
arc heavy iron rods built into the
rock and cement, forming ladders
from the top to the bottom of the
tank. At intervals of ten or twelve
feet around the tank, and firmly im
bedded in tlio masonry are lings,
in which to lasten ropes that can be
stretched across the tank in either
direction, and used as life lines.
The tank is provided with an over
ilow and underflow, the latter work
ed by a large cock outside the em
bankment. The water from the
overflow is conducted off in a ditch,
and is used for irrigation.
Just inside tho entrance gate is a
house extending tho whole width of
the enclosure, containing four rooms
for tho convenience pf tho bathers.
Over tho deepest part of the tank a
spring board has been put in place,
and in either corners of that end of
the enclosure are seats for tho bath
ers to icst on. The whole is en
closed with a close board fence
about ten feet high, thus ensuring
The water is kept puro and fresh
by the constaut in and outflow,
and will only require an occasional
emptying in order to clean the bot
tom of muddy deposits, nnd tho
sides from a sort of Limn; a vegeta
ble that develops and grow;very ra
pidly in nearly all spring water in
Tho bath was duly inaugurated
by Master A. F. Judd, son of Chief
Justice Judd, who took a header
into tho tank, closely followed by
Mr. C. M. Cooke.
To the Rev. W. C. Mcrritt, Pro
sident of tho institution, belongs the
credit of conceiving niul maturing
the plan, and under his personal su
pervision the structure reached com
pletion. It will no doubt proven
valuable adjunct to the College,
both as regards health and plea
sure. There will bo certain hours for
the boys and other hours for tlio
girls of the institution, to avail
themselves of the bath, and learn to
swim. Floats or life-preservers
will bo provided for those who can
not swim, and every piccatilion
taken to pi event accidents of any
A WONDERFUL 00HQUEST.
The Soudan is tho great central
region of Africa, extending from
Seiiogambiu on tho west to tho Nile,
or, according to a common leccnt
use of the name, to tho Bed Sea it
self. It is a vast region, barren in
some parts and fruitful in others,
and inhabited by a great many na
tions, some of which, especially in
the west, approach a condition of
civilization, and have largo and
prospcious cities, where trade- and
manufactures are carried on.
While the English have been
sending expeditions to meet with
terrible disasters in the Eastern Sou
dan, and making very little impres
sion upon that region, the French
have been making a peaceful con
quest of a region in the west almost
as large as the whole of Franco, and
containing a great population. The
French, in their operations upon
the Soudnn, have in contemplation
the joining of the Sierra Leone and
Senegal, which now extend far in
land, and then connecting the whole
with Algiers and Tunis, and thus
gradually establishing a French do
minion over the whole of "Western
Africa, and giving France a foreign
possession larger than India itself.
The French plans include a railway
across the Sahara to connect Algiers
with the river systems of the Sene
gal and Niger, the flooding of a part
of the Sahara, and the development
of a great commerce with the whole
In their movements into tho "West
cm Soudan, the French were aided
by the Senegal and Niger rivers,
which approach very near each
other. They have not only opened
a road from tho Senegal to the Ni
ger, but have built gun-boats upon
the Niger, and are decending that
river, extending a peaceful conquest
as they go. Their expedition, which
makes peace with the natives and
not war, comprised, at last accounts,
only OILS men, ot whom MX were
Europeans. The expedition is un
der the command of Colonel Gallicni,
who is still a young man. In 1370,
Gallicni, then a Captain, set out
from the Senegal with a small expe
dition to go to Scgou, a town on the
Niger, and establish friendly rela
tions with Ahmadou, the Sultan of
that region. Before ho reached
Segou, his little party was captured
and plundered by hostile natives'
who, however, allowed him to co on
to Segou. Arrived at that Capital,
young Gallicni and his companions
were thrust into prison by Sultan
Ahmadou, and kept there for one
year. An expedition under Colonel
Dc3bordcs was sent to releive them.
Ahmadou heard that the French had
taken Goubanko, a place which he
believed to be impregnable, where
upon he at one liberated Gallicni
and his companions.
The young Captain returned to
St. Louis, in Senegal, and was not
long afterward placed in command
of the entire interior region. He
returned to the Niger, not to re
venge himself upon Ahmadou, bnt
to conciliate him and gain his fiicnd
ship. The Lultan ot Segou, who
had probably acquit ed a high re
gard for his iorincr captive, finally
made peace with the French ; and
not only was he won over, but Colo
nel Gallicni, by skillful and wise
management, obtained a treaty with
Sainoary, tho most powerful poten
tato of tlio vholo region north of tbc
Niger, ceding to the French the
whole country as far south as the
Niger and the Tankibbo, its tribu
tary. Opcialing from IJammakdo,
a town on the bank of the 'Niger,
Colonel Gallicni has traversed the
Soudan as far north as the Sahara,
and as far down the Niger as Lake
Debo, not far from Timbuctoo.
In the next camapaign the French
dominion will piobably bo extended
as lar as Timbuctoo, for tho com
mandant of the gun-boat on the Ni
gorhas orders to decend toKubani,
the river port of the great Central Af
rican Capital of Timbuctoo; and Co
lonel Gallicni has established such
friendly relations with Chief Tidiani
and the principal Sheikhs of that
city that ho docs not look for any
resistance. Tho conquest of the
"Western Soudan, with less than half
a hundred men, will, if it is fully
consummated, be more remarkable
than Lord dive's conquest of India,
or the Spanish conquest of Peru
nnd Mexico, because it will havo
been accomplished without blood
shed. Youth's Companion.
A FEW SMALLPOX VAGARIES.
WHY DO I'IJSTUI.r.XT I'ATIKNTS ALWAYS
iu:ai) ron Tin: city l'liisoxV
The same nihility
that draws tho
white-hail cd girl to
horse, or a big diamond to n bobtail
bpado Hush when a high 'acker is.on
tho table, or a tin kcttlo to a cur
dog's tail, seems to exist between
sufferers from smallpox and the iron
bars that close tho way at tho city
prison. "Ho ho! Ua ha! !" says
the patient to himself ; "I've got the
smallpox. No doubt about it. I
havo it. Old Lip Po Tal , my family
physician, has often told 1110 if I
ever got tho smallpox, that an in
fallible remedy for tlio disease is to
rub the pustules off my nose against
tho city prison liars. I'll go right
now. All the police ofllccis and
reporters like to seo smallpox pa
tients. It gives them something to
talk about and wiito an editorial on.
Away 1 go." So away ho goes and
rub against the central station port
cullrs. So many smallpox rubbers visit
the bars daily now that the situation
is becoming a little strained, and
even a slight touch of barber's rash
on tho faces of reporters is mistaken
for the more serious affection. One
of tliu old standbys of the press,
who has written up more police items
than were ever printed, was lefused
admittance to the prison yesterday
because of a few dainty little erup
tions on his nose. It was only by
relcring the prison gatekeeper to a
neighboring frec-liiuch stand, where
an alibi was clearly proven, that the
recorder of the news was allowed to
enter through the gates. Hardly
had he been disposed of when a
real, genuine smallpoxor rushed up
and began to rub his proboscis fur
iously against the bars. Between
the rubs he yelled out that he was
no fraud, not much, but tho real,
Simon pure aiticle, and that he must
see the doctor, lie was given a
blanket and told to walk out to the
health olllcc, and on no account to
ride on a streetcar. He snatched the
blanket, and diaping it mound him
self like a Roman toga, followed tho
instructions given him literally, by
at once bouncing into a crowded
sticetcar bound direct to the now
city hall. fDaily Alta California.
FROM THE BEST IMPORTED STOCK BRED
ON "KUAL0A RANCH."
10 young Stillions hired by the cele.
bratcd horses "Boswell" nnd ''Triumph."
A number of Hereford, Durham and
100 head of fine well bred Heifers, 111
lots to suit.
10 fine Mules suitable for plantation
O. H. JUDD.
C3 1w ,
Estate of VILLIAM TURNER, Deceased.
WILLIAM TUltNEH, a naturalized
citizen ot the United Stales, of
English birth, died in tlio city of Honu
lulu on the 27th ullo. As he died in
testate, leaving 110 authoihy for Ihcrset
tlcincnt of hib estate. I have taken charge
of tlio same, and will administer upon
it. Poisons having claims against the
estate will present them at the U. S
Consulate within thirty d.iys fiom this
date, and persons Knowing themselves
to be indebted arc requested to make
settlement by that date.
.1. H. PUTNAM,
53 3to.nv TJ. S Consul.Genernl.
A CAKD OF THANKS.
E fcincoM'ly tender our lieai licit
thanks to tho many kind friends
who contributed (lowers, etc., etc., on
the d.13' of the funeral of our beloved
father, also to the various lira eompa
nic-, the masonic fraternity, the b.md
and the public generally, -who united in
tnjing the last tad tiib'ute of respect to
5S1I F. HARRISON.
THE undersigned having been ap.
pointed a-signco of the estate of
G. On Chong, ot Honolulu, b.inlviupt.
All poisons aio hereby notilied to pay to
tho undersigned any amounts due to
said banlitupt and to make immediate
payment of the same.
W. C. PARKE,
Assignee Estate of G On Chong.
Honolulu, Fob. 0,188. 58 3
AF. MADEIROS A CO., merchant
tnilors, have tlio pleasuie to in
form their customeis, that they have
icmovcd theii tailoring establishment
fimn UoubhIvus As Co.'s store to corner
ol Union und Hotel btiect, where they
will bo glad to receive a eall from their
customer,, and from the public in
general. 08 lm
' DRAFT LOST.
TMlAPTdiawn by Waiakea Mill Co.
JL signed bv C. C, Kennedy, No 188,
on llesb.s. T. 11. Davies & Co., in f ivor
of M. Lovell for $125, has been lost and
payment stopped. All peisons are can.
noned against cashing the above draft.
58 3ti- ' M. LOVEU,.
Hotel etrect, on Saturday last, a
straw lull. etc. Owner can havo
mmo by giving description aud paying
cost ot this notice. 58 tf
A Chanco to Procure a Good Paying
intended departure I
bell my Cigar Store and
Billiard Room. 'Jliis is one of the best
equipped Ulllinid Rooms iu tho town.
I have four Tables of tho very latest
doflgns, and one Fool Table with pa
431m 0. j. McCarthy.
CLEAN RAGS and becond hand
clothing will bo giatofully iccuiv.
cd for the use of tlio imrmto of tho
Uinnch Hospital for Lepers at Kiikaako,
or nt tho Leper Stttlnient on JIool;ni,
if left with J. T. Watcrhouse, jr., at the
Queen Street Sloro. Ufcf tf
TOB PRINTING ot all kinds esc
t cutfd at tho Daily Bwj.k'un Ofllco
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
ui rooms, No. -1 U utile 11 Lane, tlio
second door fiom Union uttcet. Apply
ou the premises. ' lOti
-) - - "nmfi-j '., 1-1,,,. .r,u..2,-fTi1.-fl
BY a young man situation as clerk,
etc. Good rcfcicncos. Twoyoius
In present employ
XF you want your piano retained, re
fitted or tuned by n resident tuner,
leave your orders at O. West & Co.'a
Music Blore, 1CH Fort f,trcct. Satisfac
tion guarnntecd. 03 2w
BAGGAGE Express nnd Drayman.
Stand on King, near corner of
Fort street. Mutual Telephone 505.
All kinds of curling faithfully and
promptly attended to. Furniture moved
and caicfully handled. If you want a
wagon 01 dray, yon will find it to your
advantage to ring up Telcphono 505.
JAPANESE Silkworms reared hero
are placed for public inspection at
No. 100 Nuuanu Avenue, near tlio first
bridge. 53 lw
'pilE Luin Kce Company
will do a
Kcncrul letnil lnctcantile business
at Kapan, Island of Kiiunl, and Con
Clieok is the malinger of paid business,
nnd 1 1.1 full aullioiily to sign tlio firm
name in all matteis appertaining to said
business LUM KEE CO.
DURING my alsence fiom the King,
(loin Mr. J. R. b'haw will net for
me under full power of attorney.
S. 1. SHAW.
Honolulu, Jnn. 21, 1SSS. 49 2u
"VfG TAI PAK has sold his interest in
.LA the iliug store, Hotel street, to
Mak Ohu Fong; and Ng Lan Sing has
also sold his interest in &uid drug store
to Tin Sing Tong Company. AD debts
duo the Company will be payable, to
the Company, and nil debts due Ng Tai
Pak and Ng Lau Sing must be paid to
them. 51 lw
Ii. John Magoon is authorized to
collect for our account, and sign
receipts J. E. BROWN & CO.
Jan. 10, IS83. 1S35
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Are authoiised to collect forkthc
Honolulu June 8th, 18S7. 57
ALL pailic having claims against
His Majesty's Estate are lcquestod
to have their account made out in de
tail, swoin to as to correctness, and pre
sent them to Col. C. P. Iaukea, at the
ollleo of H. M's Chamberlain, Honolulu,
within three mouths from date of this
S. M. DAMON,
J. O CARTE I!,
C. P. IAUKEA,
Trustees of His Majesty's Estate.
Tlonolulu, Nov. 21, 1837. 02 3m
rpHE house now occupied by Mr.
X Daniel R. Villa. (Mr. Gibson's
town lesidonce.) For pailicuhus apply
to D. Ii. Vidn on the premises, or at tho
ofllcc of James I Dow sett. 50 lw
TWO Rooms, in Wilder & Co.'s Stono
Warehouse, opposite Likellko
Wharf. WILDER & CO.
JAPANESE LUHC1I ROOM.
4.7 Hotel Street.
Kin Taho, coolc will open the above
lunch loom, TO.MOIiROW, and vlll
supply the best lunch in town with
every luxury in tho market. 55 3t
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less $100 per month.
Long lease. For paiticulars
Dissolution of Partnership.
rpHE interest of Mr Clarence
failant iu the (inn of WEST,
l)OV in Ou ha this day been pui
cliiucd by Mr Gldci n West, who as
Biimes all liabilille- f bald ilrm. All
debts duo said Hi m ml duo and payable
to Mr. G. Wet.
iVBST, DOW & CO.
Honolulu, Juu. 14, 1888.
O. WEST having become solo
owner of the buslnesi carried on
under the llrm name of West, Dow &
Ce., wilt, in future, carry on said busi
ness under the firm name and stylo of
GJ WEST ii CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 15, 1868. 30 lm
New York Line.
An Al vessel will ba despatched
this Line for Honolulu, to leave
Now 101K in all Hay.
For further Infoimation apply to
W. H, CK0SSMAN & BROS.,
77 & 78 Broadway Stieot,
CASTLE & C00KE,
57 3m Honolulu.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise in tho Daily Buixeiik.
The undesigned respectfully notify
tlio public, that they ftao
(Next above the Custom House)
First Class Chop and Lunch House,
AVhcro their patrons arc nssuicd of ic-
celvlng nothing but what is
first class iu lood, cooking
IST NO CHINESE ARE EMPLOYED -J
By strict attention 10 business and an
earnest endeavor to please our patrons,
wo solicit your patronage.
JtAltKEIt & HIcLUAN.
(Lincoln Block, Kinjr Street.)
UPSTAIRS In a select Dining Roem
wheio Poultry, if dcirod, will bo served,
thieo times a day. This 100111 hns Clean
Tnbln Linen, Silver Plated Waic, New
China, civil and attentive waiters, and
tho Table is supplied with every deli
cacy the Ma'kets afloat.
Rates, $6.00 per Week.
DOWNSTAIRS, the General Hcstau
rant, is well supplied with Clean and
Substantial Food of many varieties.
Board, $4.50 per Week.
First Class Cooking a Specialty.
10 4 m . All
2. 5 1 g
o g d
jE m !
2 CD g.
? o 0 O
0 " 13 S3 hJ
g . 2 8 e-t-?
All persons arc hereby forbid
den frcm excavating, digging
or depositing rubbish in tho
streets of this district, without
the written order of the Road
il- F. HEBBARD,
35 lm Kona, Oahu.
White Bros.' Fortland Cement
---IN QANTITIES TO SUIT'
WILDER & CO.
33 JLi TJ O EC 3S 3a,"
Will stand at tho Enterprise Ranch for
a limited number of mares.
'Apply to J. A. Magoon, agent, 12
Merchant street, or to Sllvatio do No
brlga, at the Enterpriso Rniicli, head
of Wyllie street. Nuuanu Valley.
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter & Boat Builder.
Having improved facilities, is prepared
to till orders at short notice.
Notice of Election,
A T the annual meeting of O. Brewer
Ik. & Co., Ld., held this day, the fol.
lowing named persons were elected s
officers for the ensuing year:
P. O. Jones ..President,
P. O. Jones,, , Manager,
J. O. Carter. Secretary,
J. O. Carter Treasurer,
W. F. Allen Auditor,
.Hon, O. It. Bishop, Sam'l O. Allen and
Hon. II, Walerhoiise Directors.
J. O. CARTER, Secretary,
O. Biowcr & Co,
Honolulu, Februniy 1, 1SS8. C4 lm
HOUSE and LOT, terms reasonable
lnqnlioofT.W. Rawlins, Hawa.
iian Soap Works.
Leleo, Honolulu, . 30 tf
Boll Tel. 172.
Mutual Tel. 800.
Elro Proof Stono Building,
42 Morchnnt Sti-cet.
General Commission Merchants
General Agency for Haw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at Boston with thcAzorc9
Through tickets granted from Houolulu
Merchandise stored and sold on com.
mission. Consignments solicited.
I'ropeitlcs leised, rented and sold.
Legal documents drawn.
Books audited and adjusted. '
Accounts colli cti'd.
Authorized collector, Mr. C. Clarlie.
Tahiti Lemonado Depot,
High Class Aerated Yaters,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
23 Merchant Streot.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
23 Meicliaut Sttcet.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Orders promptly attended to.
75 cents per dozen, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant StrcoU
Plain Soda, equal to Schweppcs. 33
THE Remington Typewriter is the
(Standard writing machine of the
world. It prints 70 characters, or with
certain combination, about 80 characters,
with the opcratien of only 39 keys. The
machine is so simple that any one can
wiite with it, and its manipulation is so
easily understood, that but little prac
tice is requited to enable the operator to
acquire facility in its use. The average
speed of the pen is from 15 to 20
words per minute, and the average speed
of the typo writer ii from 40 to fcO woids
per minute. Time spent in writing
with the pen is at least two tUiids
Ordns for the above instrument may
be left with the undersigned at the of
lite of W. G. Irwin fe Co., and -will re
ceive prompt attention. The undersign,
ed is also propaied to give purchasers
lull instructions as to the use of the
For fur her particulars apply to '
W M. GIFFARD, 'J
Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
KS DEfc I T EC
Skating! Skutiiiff! SkatinI
Commencing January Cth,
Ef err Milay Erain !
For Ladies and their Escorti.
Every Friday Evening will ba kept
porfectly select for ladies & gentlemen.
JStiiid in Attendance.
THOMAf 13. TVAJL1L.,
1C01 Pioi.rictoi. lyr
NEW ZEALAND OATS
Just received ex Mnriposa, by
J. E. BROWN k CO.
28 Merchant Streot.
Tahiti Lemonade Works.
CUSTOMERS who have on hand any
of our Bottles or Cases, would
greatly oblige by Bending word to the
Depot. 28 Merchant street, and they will
at oaco bo called for.
Our Bottles aro all crystal valve, and
tho words "TAHITI LEMONADE
WOBKH" blown tliPMon.
Bel Telephone 172.
Mutual Telcphono SCO.
45 tf -T. E. BROWN & CO.
ALL ncrounts due Mn. A. M. Mellls
of six months and over, will bo
placed in a Collectors bauds without
further notico if not paid by the 15lu,
inst. MltS. A. M. MELL18,
312w 17 Emma street.
A GENTLEMAN can act a well
furnished room (if desired with
board.) Location about 10 minutes
walk from Post-oluco. Please apply at
the office of tho Bulletin. 53 1!
J. E. BROWN & CO..