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BISHOI? & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on tho
Baulc ol Culllbrnin, S. IP.
Anil their aqents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, KONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Bydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General tvmklng Business.
T 11 J3
80 ail u
Plodr., .to noitber 8ool or Party.
Ent c!i.oHEhtd tar the bemEt of all.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8, 188S.
BUT I DO KNOW.
Editor Humxtix: Aa I know
your columns arc always open to
criticisms on currant events, 1 hope
you will publish this letter.
You published in tho Bui.u.tin of
Feb. 2nd the bids for the shoeing
of the Government mules and
horses. I do not knotv what the
public may think, but 1 do know
that I am not in n Government
position where I can give orders to
the amount of S700 or 8800 for stock
to inn my' piivalc business, and
trust to my position for not being
compelled to pay for the same. 1
was educated in a school whcie the
motto was "Fairplay and Honesty,"
and in the different countries in
which I have passed my life I never
knew an employee having to pay his
honestly earned wages to keep the
business running, with a promise
also of having the business to him
self in a given time. Indeed, if I
were to enumerate all the promises
made and broken I could fill your
paper. I ha e always considered a
a man's promise as his bond. Not
being in a position topay with
promises of Government orders my
debts to run my private business, I
can still trust to the goodwill of the
majority of the inhabitants of this
place to do as I always have done
wherever I have been, to honestly
earn my money and pay my debts
when due. 13. C.VYronD.
DEBATING CLUB TO BE ORGAN
IZED. Editou Bulletin: Permit me to
thank all the gentlemen, 52 in num
ber, for the kind and ready support
that they have given me by joining
me in starting a Debating Club.
Through the kindness of Mr. C.
J. McCai thy I have secured the hall
of Engine Co. No. 2. We will meet
on Thursday evening for the pur
pose of organizing, and I hope that
all will be present.
John F. Smith.
HOW TO BEACH YOUHQ MEN.
The question is one by no means
new or original. Authors, learned
divines, public speakers, presidents
of Christian institutions, and others,
whose names are prominent, have
all taken this for the subject of their
annual address, and it has often
been 'debated on in tho numerous
Lyceums throughout, I might say,
the world. What I venture to say
in these few remarks, although tho
time given for their perusal may not
be deemed worthy of recognition,
yet if their be one iota of common
sense in them I feel the truth of my
assertions will be acknowledged
The Rev. Cannon Liddon in lTis
lecture to young men at St. Paul's
Cathedral made an eloquent allusion
to work as the true end of life. The
life of man, he said, is made up of
action and endurance, and "life is
fruitful in the ratio in which it is
laid out in noble action or in patient
perseverance but the physical
workers are not the only true work
ers. The lives of thought do not lie
outside this division, for true
thought is undemonstiativo action.
To pass life in indolence, in a stato
of moral coma, Is degrading, for life
is only ennobled by woik. We
must work, trusting that some of
tho good seed wo throw into tho
ground will take root and 'spring up
into deeds of well doing. God fln
nishes for others. Indeed, we can
finish nothing. Others begiu'whero
wo leavo off and carry on our work
to a stage nearer perfection. We
have to bequeath to those who come
after us a noble design worthy of
imitation. Well done, well doing,
and well to do aro inscpaiable con
ditions that reach through all the
ages of eternity.
If it bo our aim to reach young
men in a direct and positive wa', I
see of no better way possible than
through young men. During mj'
residence hero of not quite a year,
coming here last May, speaking
from actual practical experience, I
can positively asseit tho examplo
a young man sols in tho commu
nity has a great deal to do towards
bringing others' to a realization of a
christian life and making them by
degress quit vices that at the liruo
if your first acquaintance you saw j
thoy were addicted to For in
stance, if they arc invcloralo smok
ers and you do iiqI touch tobacco in
any form, but on tho contrary, tell
them of tho distressing lcsults ojtits
constant and continued uso, nine
chances out of ten, thoy will smoko
less, thank yon for your advieo and
counsel, and eventually quit.
In like manner with tho drinking
question. You tell a boon compan
ion or u mere casual acquaintance
that you don't drink beer, wJiiskey,
cider or any intoxicating think, and
be man enough to stand by your
colours, and I wlll guarantee that
young man will become a total ab
stainer a great deal sooner than ho
would though he listened to a hun
dred temperance debates or ad
dresses. So it is with religion. You meet
a young, a stranger that you have
never met before ; tell him you are
glad to see him, ask him how long
ho has been here, ask him is he ac
quainted, which way is he going.
You find that he is wandering about
aimlessly; as if by accident, go
near your home, if you arc fortu
nate to have one, if not, to tho place
where you lodge, tell him, "This is
whcie I lodge or live, won't you
come in?" The chances arc he will
accept only too gladly. In tho
course of conversation lie tells you
part of his life's history, his tiials,
his sonows, losses, reverses, etc.
You condole with him, give him
words of advice, tell him of your
struggles, find out where he places
his reliance. Then, tell him boldly
of his Heavenly Father, lie who
says 1 will never leave thee nor for
sake thee, and when you sec your
words have the proper effect, get
him to offer a few words of piayer.
The chances arc good for his turn
ing over a new leaf.
If on the other hand you meet, a
fellow who is down-hearted, and who
has lost all faith in the chiistian re
ligion, who tells you that it is food
he needs and not "cant" or mock
religion; take him to the nearest
restaurant and give him all ho can
eat, and then talk religion on a full
stomach. He will then not only
gladly hear all you have to say, but
the chances are he will heed it and
profit by it.
Why is it that so many of the
young men of Honolulu foil to at
tend the Y. M. C. A. here? One
leason is this, when they hear a
good wholesome address, seasoned
with good genuine home thrusts,
they aro apt to exclaim, as I have
frequently heard in meetings, "Oh
yes, that is true enough, but why
don't some of the younger men tell
us this ; it is very well for him to
give advice ; he has had a chance to
sow all his wild oats ; he w as young
once; now, lie lias one tool in the
giave, he tells us what to do.
Organize a Young Men's Lyceum.
Have a live janitor, who will take
young men, especially strangers, by
the hand, and tako them to the Se"
crctary. Find out where strange
; oung men stay, and get a" com
mittee on visitation. Should they
come to church, see that someone
takes them by the hand and bids
thcin welcome, and say a kind word
or give them a nod of recogniton
when you meet them on the street,
or better yet tell them the number
or your pew in church, tell them
you would be glad to see them there
each Sunday. If you have no con
venience in that way, tell them of a
free seat, and don't fail to see if
the' are there. He who made us
and in whose sight we are all equal,
does not recognise our positions in
life. The most menial serf may in
his own way, provided he has God's
guidance, do tho most good in this
It would seem at times that a re
formed drunkard or some small de
faulter was shown more favor than
a poor hard working mechanic who
is sober, honest and has indomitable
pluck and perseverance.
I do not think I can conclude this
.somewhat brief essay better than by
quoting a poem with which I closed
an address before the Y. M. C. A."
of Philadelphia, in 187G:
LOST l'OIl WANT OF A WOIW.
There aie those beside life's highway,
Lot for want of a word,
All in tho black night Mi. lying
Anion" tho mazes of thought,
Falo lights over betraying.
Oh, that a luunan voice,
The iniuky daiKncss had stlncd,
Lost and benighted for over,
Lost for want of a woul.
Lost for want of a word.
Too high it may be aud noble,
To bo ever cheeked in his Mn,
Or led to Clnist in hife trouble1,
No ono boldly and truly
To hIiow hlui wheio lir has erred,
Poor handful of dust aud ashes,
Lost for want of a woid.
Lost for want of a word,
A word that you might Juno spoken;
Who knows what eye may llu dim,
Or what health may bo aching and
Go scatter beside all wateis,
NorMokcn at hope defoned,
Let never a foul by thy dumbness
Be lost for want of a woid.
THE LOSS NEAIILY ONE MILLION
New York, January 30, Ono of
tho largest flrei that lias occured in
this city for niany months broke out
in the Htore of Henry Rogors & Co.,
at 519 Broadway, early this morn
ing. It extended over and des
troyed live adjoining stores. The
property occupied tho west sido of
Broadway, Prince and Spring
fetrects, and extends through to
Mercer &treot. Tho following firms
weio burned out: 510 Broadway,
Henry Rogers & Co., dealers in J
fancy goods; Weed, Nelson & Co.,
fancy trimmings; C. A. Yost, Hum
mer clothing; Mnlcolmson & Co.,
boy's clothing. fi-1-1, Robertson &
Kaufman, dealers in trimmings; P.
K. Wilson & Son, importers of laces ;
Stein. Fall: & Co., boys' clothing;
M. Kacmpfcr, manufacturer of
waists. 547, P. Bccnanchi & Co.,
importers of flowers. 553, Louis
Mctzer, importers of millinery trim
mings; Jcrkowskl & Crust, impor
ters of cloths; Mitchel & Richard,
clothing. 555, R. Isaacs & Bro.,
dealers in Japanese goods ; Samuel
Lowonstcin, dealer In neck-wear;
Chaak & Son, importers of fancy
goods. 557 and 559, llcniy New
man, cotton goods ; L. Limpman &
Son, clothing; C. Carpenter, tour
nures and crinolines; J. Peary &
Bros. 501 50!1, tho stock of Stci
ners, Kahn & Co., novelties and
Swiss coverings, was ruined by
smoke and water; Gotlhold & Co.,
hat and bonnet frames ; I. L. Bar
ber & Sons, straw goods. The
Manufacturing Company (spool
bilks) also suffered heavily, as did
J. R. Lecsver & Co., importers of
The names spicad with astonish
ing rapidity after once breaking out,
and several accidents occurred, but
no fatal ones. The stock in tho
eight buildings was totally destroyed.
In other buildings facing on Spring,
Prince and Mercer stieets llieie is
damage by smoke aud water. Tho
buildings on the cast side of Broad
way arc also somewhet injured by
some of the flying brands. The
walls of 510 and 551 fell about G
o'clock aud the ruins covered Broad
way, stopping travel for several
iJfJFiremen Rcilly died at noon from
injuries received during the Iiie.
A careful estimate of the losses of
the different flung on stocks and
buildings brings the total close up
to SI, -100,000. The insurance runs
up into the millions.
THE SNOW BLOCKADE.
Winnipeg, Jan. 30. Latest re
ports from the mountains indicate
that there has been great loss of life
on the Canadian Pacific owing to a
snowslide. Passengers coming on
train from Calgarry bring meager
particulars of the disaster. A strong
chinook has been prevailing for the
past week, and all along the line
from Donald to Glacier snow has
been coming down the track in tre
mendous quantities. Near Palisere
Station, B. C, several men were
caught in a slide. Only one was dug
out alive, and he was badly bi uised
and injured and is not expected to
recover. Mild weather lias effec
tually slopped .through Canadian
Pacific trains, and as tho mountain
streams are considerably swollen it
may be some time before traffic is
THE undersigned wishes to buy a
CO 3t W. O. SMITH.
COTTAGE at Waikiki.
Largo yards, stablts,
etc. Bent voiv moderate.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
'28 Merchant street.
ALL bills due the undersigned, ron
traded prior to Decombcr 31, 1887,
must be paid before the cud of tho cur
rent month, or they will be placed in
tho hands of a collector who will have
instruction'? to enforce Fcttlcmcnt.
L B. KERR,
60 2w Merchant Tailor.
Per S. S. Australia,
Ai The Beaver Saloon
15. Jf. NOIPE, proprietor
By Iho 8. S. "Australia" 8lh February,
-AND NOW ON SALE
California Oranges-prima samplo,
Barrels Saurkraut. Kegs Sauiliraut,
Cratos VVIilto lleait Cabuago,
Celery on leo,
AM) AM, SlCAbONAIIIJ: VAUWril.H OK
Apples and Pears!
A LftflGE CONSIGNMENT OF
Canned Tomatoes, Etc., Etc
L0Y PRICES T0 SUIT THE TIMES,
CO Kinu street, Honolulu, tf
THE annual meeting of the Ladies'
Alt.ir Society will be held at the
Convent, on THUHSDAT afternoon, at
2 o'clock. oust
Frozen m Oysters
Auction Sales by Jaraos F. Morgan,
Wi California Apples !
TO-MORROW, Thursday, Feb, 9,
At l'J o'clock uoou, at my salesroom,
Queoo street, I will sell at
100 Bxs of. Choice Gal. Apples
- IN GOOD CONDITION
In Lots to Suit.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
CO 11 Auctioneer.
On WEDNESDAY, Feb'y 15th,
At 10 o'clock a. jr., at the picmlses, No.
20 Lunalilo struct, (thiid house from
the corner of Peimicola street)
ndlnhiing tho residence of
Mr J. I.ucn', I will sell
The Entire Household Furniture!
- COMI'MSINa- ' .
1 New MnthusoU Gr.md OichestiaKK
Octnvu Phuo vulued at .$800,
Upholbtercd lied Lounge in ltd plush,
1 Carved Mack Walmit"ll. T. Bedroom
set 7 nieces.
1 Pine Bedroom Set,
Koa und Japanese Tables,
Mirrois and Chaadclicis,
Curtains and Poles.
Webster's Dictionary and Stands!
Koa Bedroom Set,
Crockeiy, Glass and Silver waie,
1 New Singer Sewing Machine,
1 Superior Cooking Stovo !
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
1 Family Cairiago lloise safe for a
lady lo diho,
1 Set of Harness,
I TOP BUGGY.
86T"Piemiscs open for inspection on
TUESDAY, Fcbruaiy Mth, from 9 a. m.
to :i 1 m.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
59 td Auctioneer.
DRAFT diawn by "Waiakea Mill Co.,
signed by C. C. Kennedy, No 18S,
on Messrs. T. 11. Davics & Co., in f ivor
of M. Lovell for 12G, has been lost and
piyment stopped. All persons are can.
Honed against cashing the above draft.
58 :)t M. LOVELL.
TWO Rooms, in Wilder & Co.'s Stone
Waiohouse, opposite Likclike
Wharf. WILDER & CO.
HOUSE and LOT, temis reasonable
lnquheof T. W. Rawlins, Hawa
iiuii Soup Woiks.
Lolen, Honolulu. . 30 tf
"TG TAI PAK has sold his interest in
Jul the drug ttoic, Hotel stipet, to
Molt Chu Fong; and Ng Liu Singling
also sold his interest "in Mild drug sloio
to Tin Sing Tong Company. All debts
due tho Compiny will be payable to
the Company, and all debts duo Ng Tai
Pak and Ng Lau Sing must bo paid to
them. . fil lw
N Hotel street, on Saturday last, a
straw Hat, etc. tiwucr (an havo
same uy giving UeECiiption and paung
cost oi mis notice.
JAPANESE LUHCII ROOM.
'17 Ilotol Htruot.
Kin Tako, cook will open the abovo
lunch loom, TO-MORROW, and will
tupply iha best lunch in town with
every lu.Miiy in tho nuiTket. 55 Ut
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less 100 per month.
Long lease. For pai Honiara anply at
tills ofllec, 33 lm
Notice of Election,
AT tho annual meeting of O, Brewer
fc Co., LM., held this day, tho fol.
lowing named persons wero elected a
oulcers for thu ensuing year:
1'. O, .Tones President,
P. C. Jones , Manager,
J. O. Cmtcr... Hccrclury,
J. O. Carter .....Tioasmer,
W..F. Allon Auditor,
Hon. O. R. UUhon, S.nn'l 0. Allen and
Hon, 11. AVnteriioiisu...,.Dnccurs,
J. 0. CARTER, Secretary.
O. llrowcr & Co.
Honolulu, Fobruaiy 1, 18S8. 54 lm
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise it iu tho Daily Bulletin
AF. MADEIROS A CO., merchant
tailors, havo tho pleasure to in.
form their customers, that thoy havo
removed their tnllorlng establishment
from Gonsnlvcs fo Oo.'s storo to corner
of Union and Hotel sheet, wheio thoy
will bo glad to rccelvo a call from their
customer, and from tho publlo in
general. fi8 lm
BAGGAGE Express ami Draymnn.
Stand on King, near corner of
Fort street. Mutunl Telenhono 6G5.
All kludo of carting faithfully and
promptly attended to. FurnltUro moved
and caiefully haudlcd. If you waut a
wagon oi dray, you will find it to your
advantage to ring up Telephone 505.
THE undersigned harlug been ap
pointed assignco of the estate of
O. On Chong, of Honolulu, bankrupt.
All persons aio hereby notified lo pay to
the undersigned any nmouuts duo to
said bankiupt and to mako Immediate
payment of the tame.
W. C. PARKE,
Assignee Estate of (i. On Ch&ng
Honolulu, Feb. C, 1888. 58 3t
PIANO TUNING. "
XF you want your plnno rebuffed, re
llttcd or tuned by a lesldcnt tuner,
leave your orders at G. West & Co.'s
Music Store, 105 Foil street. Satisfac
tion gutunntucil. 53 2w
JAPANESE Silkworms reared here
nic placed fur public inspection at
No. 100 Nuuanu Avenue, near the first
bridge. 53 lw
BY a young man situation as clerk,
etc. Good references. Two years
in prcont employ.
Address J. HUTCHINGS,
02 lw Kilauca, Kauai.
rjpiIE house now occupied by Mr.
JL Daniel R. Vida. (Mr. Gibson's
town residence.) For particulars apply
to D. R. Vida on the premises, or at Ihe
ollicc of James I. Dowtett. 50 lw
TWO nicely furnished rooms in a pri.
vate family with or without boaid,
about 10 minutes walk from tho Post
ofllco Inquire nt thK ofllce. 5'a 2v
A GENTLEMAN can get a -well
furnished loom (if desired with
board.) Location about 10 minutes'
walk from Post oillcc. Please apply at
the ofllco of tho Bulletin. 02 tf
R. John Matroon is authorized to
collect for our account, .and sign
receipts. J. E. BROAVN & CO.
Jan. 10, 1SS8. 1835
DURING my absence from the King
dom llr. J. R. Shaw will act for
me under full power of attorney.
S. I. SHAW.
Honolulu, Jnu. 21, 1888. 40 2w
ALL pii tie having claims against
His Mnjcity's Estate aie requested
to have their accounts made out in de
tail, suom to as 'to conectness, and pre
sent them to Col. C. P Iaukca, at the
ofllco of H. Jl's Chamberlain, Honplulu,
wiinm mice monins Horn unto ol tins
S. M. DAMON,
J. O CARTER,
O. P. 1AUKEA.
Trustees of His Majesty's Estate
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 1887. 02 3m
J. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter & Boat Builder.
Having improved facilities, is prepared
to fill orders at short notice.
A Chance to Procure a Good Faying
OWING to my intended dcpaiture I
wish to sell my Cigar Store aud
Billiard Room. This is ono ot the best
equipped Billiard Rooms in the town.
I have four Tables of the vciy latest
decigns, aud oni Pool Table with pa.
42 Jin C J. MCCARTHY.
New York' Line.
An Al vessel will bo despatched by
'this Lino for Honolulu, to leave
Now York iu all May.
For further information apply to
W. H. 0HOSSMAN & BEOS,,
77 & 78 Bioadway Street,
CASTLE & COOKE,
FROM THE BEST IMPORTED STOCK BRED
ON "KUAL0A RANCH."
10 young Stillions tired by the cole,
united liorbcs "Boswell" and 'Trlnmpli."
A number of Hereford, Durham and
100 head of fino well bred Heifers, in
lots to bUlt.
10 tine Mules Eiiltabjo for plantation
C. II. JUDD.
NEW CHW HOUSE.
The undersigned respectfully notify
tho publlo, that thoy hao
(Next abovo the Custom Homo)
First Class Chop and Lundi House,
Where tholi1 patrons are assured of re.
celving nothing but what is
first class in lood, cooking
and serving. ,
E2T NO CHINESE ARE EMPLOYED -J
By strict attention to business and an
earnest endeavor to plciuu our patrons,
we solicit your patronage.
ItAltltme & MCLJGAX.
(Lincoln Block, Kinpj Street.)
UPSTAIRS is a se'ect Dining Room
whcie Poultry, if dc-licd, will beserved
three times a day. Thi room low Clean
Table Linen, Silver Plated Ware, New
China, civil aud attentive 'waiters, and
the Table is supplied with every deli
cacy theMaikots alloiu.
Rates, $6.00 per Week.
DOWNSTAIRS, tho General Restau
rant, is well supplied with Chan and
Substantial Fond ot mauy varieties.
Board, $4.50 per Week.
First Class Cooking a Specialty.
48 4m 1). All IIEE.
ij g g CD ml
" 5 w ?D 3
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All persons are hereby foibid
den from excavuting, digging
or depositing rubbish in tho
streets of this district, without
the written order of tho Road
H. F. HEBBARD,
35 lm Kona, Oahu.
White Bros.' Portland Cement
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT-
WILDER & OO.
IB X-i XT O 3E3C K3 It,"
Will stand at tho Enterprise Ranch for
a limited number of mares.
1 Apply to J. A. Magoon, agent, 42
Merchant street, or to Silvano de No
briga, at tho Enterprise Ranch, head
of Wyllie street, Nuuanu Vnlloy.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE interest of Mr. Clarence Mao
farlauo in tho firm of WEST,
DOW & CO.. has this day been pur
chased by Mr Gideon West, who as.
h times all liabilities of said iirm. All
debts due said linn aio duo and payablo
to Mr. O. West.
AVEST, DOW & CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 14, 1888.
MR. G. WEST having becomo solo
owner of the business carried on
under the firm name of West, Dow &
Oe., wilt, in future, carry on said busi
ness under the lirm name and style of
G. WEST ii CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 15,18e8. 30 lm
THE Lum ICeo Company, will do a
general ietn.il mercantile business
at Kapaa, Island of Kauai, and Con
Oheok is the manager of tald business,
und has full authotlty to sign tho firm
mi mo )u ull matters appertaining to said
Imsiucss LUM KEE CO.
THE Bominffton Typewriter Is tho
Standard writing machine of tho
world. It prints 70 characters, or with
ccrluln combination, about 80 duiinctorp,
with tho operation of only 30 keys. Tho
machine is so simple that any ono can
wrlto with it, and its manipulation is so
easily understood, that but little pmo
lice is leqtllied to enuhle the npclnini to
acquire facility in Us use. Tho avetugo
speed of thu pen is from 15 to tio
words per minute, ondthomeragospeed
of the type writer U from 40 to f.O otdi
per minute. Time spent in writing
with tuo pun is at least twc. thlids
Orders for the above instrument may
be left with iho undersigned at tho of
lice of V Q. Irwin Us Co., and lll re
ceive prompt attention. The undi rtlgn
cd Is also prepared to glvo purchaser
lull Instructions as to tho uso of tho
For fur her paitlcuhira apply to
n , , W.M.G1FFARD,
8o'e Agent for the llawal bin IsUiuls
Bell Tel. 172. .Mutual Tel. 800.
P. O. Box 409.
Flto Proof Stone Building,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
Geneinl Agency for Haw'n Islands
- of the
Burlington aud Chicago Railway
Connecting at BoMon with theAzoio3
Through tickets gi anted from Honolulu
Merchandise stored and sold on com.
mission. Consignments solicited.
Propei ties leased, rented and sold.
Legal documents drawn.
Books audited ami adjusted.
Authorized collector, Mr. C. Clarke.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
High Class Aerated Waters,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Stieet.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Orders promptly attended to.
75 cents per dozen, dohvered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Strcot.
Plain Soda, equal to Schweppes. 33
KS 3E& I p DEE
Skating:! Skating! Skatinff!
Commencing Janunry Olh,
Every Friday Mug !
For Ladies and their Escorts.
Every Friday Evening will be kept
perfectly select for ladles &, genllemuu.
JBuiitl iii. Attendance,
THOMAS) 10. TV JUJu,
1C01 Pioiirielnr. lyr
NEW ZEALAND OATS OP
Just received ex Mariposa, by
J.- E. MM k Co;
28 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Works.
C1USTOMEBS who have on hand any
of our Bottles or discs, would
greatly oblige by sending word to tho
Depot, 28 Merchunt street, and they will
at once he called for.
Our Bottles aro all crystnl valve, and
tho words "TAHITI LEMONADE
WORKS" blown thereon.
Bell Telephone 172.
Mutual Telephone SCO.
15 tf J, E. BKOWN & CO.
LL accounts duo Mr?. A. M. Mellls
. of tix months and river will lie
placed in a .Collectors hands without
further notice if not raid by ihe 15th,
Inst. MRS. A. M. MELLIS,
31 2w 17 Emma street.
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Are authorised to collect forttho
Honolulu Juno 8th, J887. 07