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On THURSDAY, May .1, 18S8, at
12 o'clock noon, will bo sold at
public auction nt the fionl entrance
of Aliiolani llnle the Hawaiian
Bteanicr "Kuimiloa," of 19S.S3 tons
incasuicmont, toj,it!.er with all her
masts, sails, sail yaids, anchors,
cables, boats, engine0, boilcis, tackle,
nppaicl, furaituio and fittings, as
bIio now lies in the haibor of
An inventory of tho abovo can be
seen upon application at the Interior
Upset price $2,000.00.
LORR1N A. THURSTON,
Minibter of the Interior.
Interior Oflice, April 17, 1SS8.
BISIIQI & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, H-iwaiian Islaadi
Draw Exchange ou the
JtStml ol Calilbireiiu, is. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messra. N. JL Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commcicial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial BinU Co.. of Sydney,
Tho Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of Tiiitish Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business
X' SI u
Pledged to ttcithcr Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1888.
VTo often hear it said that a
btrangcr stands a better chance of
recognition and employment in Ho
nolulu than those who are well
known residents, and that while the
latter may be unemployed and in
difliculties the former is sure to be
taken up and assisted, especially if
lie has a full development of
"cheek," accompanied by a fluent
and voluble tongue, the utterances
of which may not be strictly within
the limits of truth or probability. Al
though this presentation of the case
is too stiong and somewhat exag
gerated, candor compels the confes
sion that it is not altogether without
foundation. Instances are not far
to seek which seem to substantiate
the averment. But there is another
side to the question to which the
self-interest of complainants has a
tendency to blind them. It is this :
Well-known residents who complain
of being slighted or ignored by the
employers of help may, in many in
stances, be too well known as incom
petent or unreliable, which fact mili
tates against their recognition and
employment, while the stranger
is aceepled as possibly bettci and
certainly no worse.
tkhha haute sit.ciai. to iui: gloih:
ur.Mocr.AT. At Hall's undertaking establish
ment in this city lie the muinmiiid
remains of Mr3.Kllen Perkins, aged
ii5, who died at til. Anthony's Hospi
tal last September. There were no
claimants for the body nt the tunc,
and it was taken to Hall's, where the
cmbalmer of tho place fixed it so it
would keep two or tluee weeks in
case any of the family should call
for it. At the end of that period,
no one putting in an appearance, the
embalmcr moved the body up fetairs
and began a series of experiments
with a. lluid that he had diseovcied
Ho has just made his experiments
public, and n number of physicinns,
scientific men and undertakers, who
have called, liavo given their opinion
ou tho subject. Tho i cumins nre
completely mummified. For n timo
thoy rested is a glass caso, but they
arc now in a coflin, where Ihcy can
be more readily examined by tho
large number of curious persons
who have called.
The body is to all intents and pur
poses as hard as a rock, except that
when Btruck lightly it has a hollow in
tonation resembling that of an emp
ty wooden box. The color of tho
body is a dark brown, aud tho fin
gers of the hands arc so hard that
they cannot bo bent, even with an
unueiinl effort. Tho tissues lmv
alien away considerably. The fea
tures remain veiy natural and retain
a great deal of their original cast.
No odor of any kind is emitted.
The skin is not expected to grow
daikor in color. Tho mummy is tho
only tnio that has ovor been seen in
this vicinity, and it 1m been visited
1 large numbers of people. The
scientific men of the city, including
representatives fioni the R030 Poly
technic Institute, the .Slate Normal
School and the public schools, arc
united in their surprise at the won
derful effects of tho preparation.
When General Botilniiger was re
tired from his command of the Thii
teenth Army Corps it is said that he
remarked that decree would prove
to be the knell of tho Tirard Cabi
net, and such has proved to be the
case through a union formed be
tween the extreme parties of tho
Legislature. The situation has its
grotesque as well as grave sides, as
may be judged from the following
extract of the Parisian correspond
ent of the London "World," who is
generally regarded as well fitted to
transcribe faithfully tho vaiious and
fitful moods of tho Parisians of the
boulevards : "This is truly a stiange
stale of affairs. General Uonlanger
has never accomplished one of those
acts which force tho enthusiasm of
crowd's ; he has never given proof
of exceptional capacity; he has
simply put biillinntine on his board,
hired'a line horse and swaggered at
reviews and parades. And behold
he is tho hero and enigma of Fiance ;
and the malcontents look upon
him as a possible savior of society.
In 1799 and 18.il men in uniform
came at the critical moment to gov
ern a nation which instinctively
longs to be governed, and to lead
on to glory a people always vaguely
vainglorious. In 1888 why should
not another man in uniform -come to
bavc France from "the cmse of
parliamentarism?" This is the
latent thought of thousands of
Frenchmen, and a number of peo
ple who call themselves friends of
General Boulauger, who use the
General's name as a rallying point,
and who, witli or without the Gen
eral's consent, make his name serve
as' a programme, are speculating on
his fortunes as they might speculate
on a copper mine or on railway
stock. Ilence the talk about a
Boulangcr plot, agitation in the
Ministry, alarm at the Elysee.
What will be the outcome of it?
Boulanger dictator? Boulauger Pre
sident of the Republic? At any
late, the Boulangist movement is
gaining new force, and next week
we aie to have a new half-penny
Boulangist newspaper, "La Co
caidc," started Viitli radical money
with a view of Stirling up the pro
vinces in view of the coming elec
tions, to advocate the election ol
the Boulangist Deputies, to preach
a Radical reform of the constitution
in the demagogic sense, and above
all, to advocate the election of the
President ol the Kcpublic liy a
plebiscite. Boulangcr is to be the
rallying-point for all who are dis
contented with tho picsent state of
affairs, and who are foolish enough
to help the foi tunes of as mediocre
and cynical gang of adventurers as
ever burdened the soil of France."
fS. F. Chronicle.
THE DRESS OF MEN AND WOMEH.
It is singular to contrast the grow
ing splendor and prodigality of the
dress of one sex in this Nine
teenth century with the sobriety of
the dress of the other sex, which
lias shrunk vtitlun our own recollect
ion into a grim uniformity of black
kerseymere. The laws of nature
arc revealed, if it be true, as Mr.
Darwin teaches, that the male bird
owes the hues of his plumage and
the beauty of his form to his desire
to please the hens and obtain the
honor of natural selection. In mod
ern society it is the hens who carry
the gay feathers. Shall we say with
the same motives and with equal
success? Tliete was a timo when the
drew of men was alike wasteful, ex
travagant and inexpedient; when
they wore costly stuff, rich embroid
ery, lace, jewels; when at the
Court of Fiance the Duke of Buck
ingham shook off diamonds, and the
maids of honor went on their knees
to picl: them up and appropriate
them; when the folds of a ciavat
and the embroidery of a waistcoat
weie subjects of earnest attention
to the masculine mind. Those days
are over. Men's dress is simple,
suitable, inexpensive. Is it too
much to hope that reason may assert
her authority in the case ol
women's dicss, as she has done for
men, and that while slovenliness is
unknown, and the highest standard
of neatness is attained, there may
bo neither wasto nor extravagance,
but that nil-pervading sense of pio
pricty of which Dr. Johnson was
the advocate? "Learn," said he,
"that theio is 'propiiety or im
propriety in everything how slight
soever, and get at tho piinciples of
dress and behavior." "When Mis.
Thralc asked his opinion of the
dress of a child, "Well, sir, how
did you like little miss? I hope she
"It was the finery of a beggar,"
baid he; "she looked like a native
of How lane dressed up to be carried
to Bartholomew Fair."
Views whioh the philosopher and
the economists advocato may well
gain n hearing, though only now
urged by one who "has no other
claim to an audience thnu the debit e
to help in woman's work. Long
Hobby (thotighlfuily)-Pa? Father
(irraBcibly) Yn'as, ya'ns, what ia
it? Hobby Do you think I'll bo as
cross as you are when I grow up.
Give dooki. but da not lend. To
lend a book te to bid it fr.rcwoll foi
ovcr. tt is the law and the pro
phets. It is not in the least that tho
borrower docs not intend to return
it. Ho does intend to. There is
not an act or thought of his life
which if not entirely honorable, and
he would never dream of defruding
or annoying any one. But there is
a special fate that pi emits over the
borrowed book. It is under a spell.
It is no more amenable to ordinary
luinan laws. Tinoment it is lent it
is enchanted, and forever it must so
remain. Boston Traveller.
"What kind of tobacco is this?"
asked the customer, 'long cut or line
cut?' 'Connecticut,' replied the
Ex '-Thomas Boll," limn MADEIRA,
A SYw of Thorn
With Earlhonwaro Kcceivor3
Vol- Halo lit
GONSALVES & CO.'s,
22 Queen Sheet. lw
Oi' San JTi-niiclsco.
Sample pack.-mc; of the following Meals
may lie had f Gomnlve & Co.
flee ol charge:
(Grennoa, Eye Meal,
CjSi'zutululcd Uni jlcaU
Sell-raising Pearled Corn Msal,
" " Buckwheat Flour.
" " Breakfast Cake Meal,
" " Cream Graham Flour,
" " Breakfast Wheat,
ream FSaJce Oats,
SAMPLE PACKAGES OF
M into Jiiily Horn'.
GONSALVES & CO..
22 4itcc!i SSivee. lw-
A MEETING of the stockholder of
llii" Hawaiian Hell Telephone Co.
will beheld til the ollice of the Com
pany on Mm limit etiett, at IB o'clock
noon, on SATURDAY, the 2Ut, for Uie
nuirO'.e of i.Oving into considcialion a
pioposition to imieiisulhccipilnl stock
GODFREY BKOWN, '
21 2t President II. 1$. Tel. Co.
TVTOTICn is lieieby j;iven that Man
JlS Chii hold-, full power ol attorney
in act in -ill hut-inc-s liansautions of the
firm ol Whip; On Wo is Co., aud is au
tlioned alto to sign taid fnm name by
V.'INtt ON WO & CO.,
liv C Cheung Ping.
Honolulu, April 13, 15S8. 21 2v
A DIVIDEND ol Two Dollars per
lmi e w ill be ji'iyable to Uie fhure.
holdci', of P. O. Hall ic Son, (Limited;,
nl their olUue, THUKSDAY, April 10th.
L. C. ABLES,
20 41 fcjccictaiy.
Gt BOUUK WASHINGTON will jump
T miytiiilor, or bon.i-fulu woi'king
man in the harbor of Honolulu. One
fctundins jumps; 2 quirk jumps; :i quiolt
junijM; 1 horn go-as ynu plr-ntc; 1 milo
pull In u blioic Ijo.i i the winner to take
tliircout ol 11 w i oi tei-tt, for lyCO. Any
Inn m fi-ic will bt-loKcn. Answer this
si.on, ii- my linu m iln ntny 1ms ex
p'u.d. Pi i -.1 come (list teiwd. Apply
on Iioiki In "O o. W.t-lnu';ioli," U. S. t-,
Adams. 20 lw
A DIVIDEND of Tin co Dollars per
sham will bo paid totliobhaie.
holdoie. of the Inter Island Btciim Nnvi.
pinion Co., (Limited), at tluih ollice on
the J8 instant. J. ENA,
VJ Hi fcu:iclaiy.
Ftiniishcd CJi(itfo To Let.
gg. VKJtV ihimiIiIo roomy
AsSii w3 "- ''"Li.;', liuelv located,
liacdaS aoitly iuniiBhed and com.
pleic in evuiy rcspiet, with mubles, car.
iini;e Home, etc , on the piemUet, cnii
be lea-oil nl a voiy luodernto innt-ij, for
it lung b l time, by a dcMiablo tenant.
II A V. 4lIAN HUMNESS AGENOY,
1 'id No. 70eoi. I'oiUtMercliantsts.
Furnished Kooui Wanted.
GENTLEMAN of good chaiactcr
and htandhiK wishes to obtain a
pleasant furnished Room In a desir.
able locality, within SO minutes' walk
o the Post Office, wheie lie could bo
served with colIVo before leaving tho
house. Pleaiu addiess "KOOMfii,"
P. O. Pox No. U31, Mating Icoilion,
lowest price, etc 19 31
1IOKSES, &e., FOR SALE.
,1 account of depar.
Ortltfiii'ntn Hiivi In
1 IJiii'-k Mare, broken for harucs3 and
1 Tm Uugjy. IlM-iiesx, Saddle, etc
Apply V. NTKUEMANN,
Ml alii. Haukfdd & Co.'s.
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
X Daily llulletin 50 cts per month.
rwr F,ihrv-.if vx i
FIFTH ANNUM, MEETING.
Zimt iliiiiiwin m
MONDAY, M 11, 1888.
Races to Cominonco at 10 o'clock Sharp.
RUNNING RACE-4 Mile Dash.
Ftoo for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile D.iih.
For Hawaiian bled horses owned
by member of the Jockey Club.
Cup to become the pi onerly of tho
one winning it twice.
3rd KIND'S PLATE.
TROTTING RACE-For Hawaiian
bred hor.scs only to harness Mile
Heats, best 2 in U.
4th KAMEHAUEHA PLATE.
RUNNING RACK li Mile Dash.
Pice for all.
Glh KAP10LAKI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING PACE
Mile Ileal!, best a In D. Fiee for
all. All hore having a reeoid of
2:30 or better to go to wagon.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
Open to all ii-year old Hawaiian
bred hows only.
7Ib R0S1TA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUNNING RACK 1 Mile Dash.
Tree foi all. Winner to beat the le
coid of "Angle A,' 1:454. To be
urn for annually.
RUNNING RACE-4 Mile Heats,
beat 2 in a. Hawaiian biedhoiscs.
Cup to become the property of the
winner two consecuthe year..
9Ih JOCKEY CLUE POST MATCH.
Swiuu-srAKi-s TROTTING and
PACING RACE Mile Heat's, best
2 in ". Pice for all hoi-ees that
have not a reeoid of 3 niimitea or
better to he driven in Fiazier local
caits by members of the Club.
lOlh LUNAMAKAAIHANA PLATE.
RUNNING RACE ? Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian bred horses only.
11th PONY RACE.
Open to all ponies 1-l-hands or
under, and 3-ycar old or over.
PITT & SCOTT
ciiei-ni NIiiiiIii;t Agency null for
eign i'lirceiM xpi'C-JM.
Goods, Parcels, Baggage, Etc., Etc.,
. Forwaided to ai.d f i-m nil parti of
the mo Id
C. O. D. amount, of services collected
in any country.
xarTRl-ifiYi of Katc-H on Ai)plicalon-a3
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
J. E. SROWW and CO.,
09 23 Merchant Street. tf
Wliite Bros." Port, Count
Goal Tar, Sttloli Tar,
V. W. Staples,
Filter Presses, Sugar Cooler
P. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
von M.vr.u ny
H. Hackfeld & Go.
'TMIE unduislgned having been on tho
X 18th day ot April, duly appointed
Assignee of the Estate of C'hoy Tin, of
Honolulu, a bankrupt, by tho llou. It. P.
nickerion, Justice ot the Supi emo Couit,
all persons are hereby notilled to piy to
tho undersigned any amounts due to tho
said bankrupt and to make immediate
payment of tho same.
. C. PAP.KE,
Assignee of the Estate of Choy Tin.
Honolulu, April 10, 18S8, 21 fit
THE above lowaid of 125 will bo
paid to anyone who will give in.
formation Unit will lead to the arrest
and conviction of the patty or panics
who bo mutilated my horse with some
sharp instrument on the night of TliES.
DAY, April 17th, 1B81, while in my
yird at KulnoK ihu.i Plain", Honolulu.
(Signi'd) PPANK PEHEIJJA
Honolulu, April 18, H88 Z0 at
npi-IE DAILY BULLETIN hasibo
-L largest cliculation of any paper
printed in this Kingdom, CO cents per
Auction Sales by Jaincs F. Morgan.
BMar Casii W.
On SATURDAY, April 21st, '88
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, I will
tell nt Public Auction,
Dry Goods ! Casmres!
Single. Suit and Pant Pattern",
'Silks, Croi kcry and OlasBwaic,
Sacks Bran, Sacks Barley,
fncks No. 1 Sugar,
1 Black Hair-cloth Parlor Set 1
Cine Veranda Chairs.
AND AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
1 Calllornla Carriago Horse,
1 Carriago Horse, Phnoton & Harness,
1 Deliverey Wagon. Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
022 It Auctioned.
On WEDNESDAY, April 25th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
At my residence, Nuuaiiu Avenue, I
will mil nt Public Auction (on account
of lemovul), Household Furniture, viz:
Cane Lounges & Veranda Chairs
Large Centre Kola Pugs,
Pendant Hanging Lamps,
KEiAOK BffAIK Cff.WTiaStHFA,
Wicker Rockers, Patent Rockers,
Drawing-room Cuitainss & Poles,
Lace Curtains, 1 Music Box,
Ficneh Marble Clock,
B.W. iri-ti HIM,
lilnck Walnut Extension Table, R.
W. Lenthei-'-cat Chaii?, Decorated
Tea Sit, Crocket y & Glasswaic,
Stcling Sihcis r-poon and Folks,
2 Pine Bedroom Sets,
Mattresses and Mosquito Nets, 1
Oik ChcUbnkic, 1 Rcfrigeialor, 1
Mi-it Safe. 1 Wcslwood Range, Step
Ladder, Kitchen Utensils,
Gnnleii llosc, etc., etc., eto.
ISPiemises will be open for inspec
tion on TUESDAY, April 24th, from 0
a. M. to i! r. M.
.1Iutiial Tel. 130
O. liox 415.
H8 Merchant St., Honolulu
Conveyancing a Spocialty Pecords f-earch-ed
inrt nbslracta of title furnished on
Copying, Translating, and engrossing in nil
languages in general use iu the King,
Custom House brokorago Phe and Life
Insuianee receive piompt attention.
ACCOUNTS ADJUSTED AND
MR. JOHN GOOD JR.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Fumlshccl.
bought, sold and lentcd.
Several valuable properties in and
iiroiiuil the city now for sale on trsy
Convenient Cottages in dc-irable healthy
locations in and near the city to let or
leato at reasonable rates.
Employment Wanted by several men and
boys, who will make themselves use.
fill in peiformiug iho vaiious offices
and choreb rooulied by private fund,
Pull particulars given on application
Orders train the other Islands prompt
ly attended to.
T? XTRAHno Chocolate Creams
JjJ ut the New Candy P.ietory.
LITTLE Hoys and Girln buy
their Tally at the New Candy
ITS a fact, the Cresin Candles
are superior at the New Cindy
HP RY that remedy for a sweet
JL tooth "Butter Scotch" at tho
New Candy Factory.
ELITE lee Cieam Parlors is a
place whoiu you enn get the
Ilni-bt Ico Cream, Cal.cs and
Candies. Tel i phone: No. U38
Mutual, No. Ib2 Hell. 18 lw
Tonsorial Artists, 88 King St,
GENTLEMEN of Honolulu: Plenso
take notice that a neat Harbor
Shop hm been opened ncu door to the
Ut-liiurmt down hti.irs, 83 King street,
by two of tliu bc3i piacth-al Hm-heiti In
town, (lentlenien nro rtcjuestf d to give
!V?r;1,llrtl ,',Vc K'unanleo batisfiietloii.
Children;.' hau cutting a tpeciality.
M. P. JAltDBI.
ANTON M. I.UOE,
Auction Sales by Lewis J. LoYoy.
On THURSDAY, Bitty Hid,
AT JO .O'CLOCK A. M.
At the io3ldenco of Mi Henry Borgcr,
facing tho Peorcalion Grounds, Mnklkl,
I wilt sell nt Public Auction, the whole
of his Houehold Furniture mid efl'eclH,
consisting of In patts
Black Walnut Parlor Sofa anil Chairs,
3 Exlia Largo Brussels Center Rugs,
Small RugM. Easy Clinir., 1 II. W. Ucd
room Set, 1 nearly now Handsome H. W.
Marble-top Ikdroom Set, with Spring
Mattrcs'. Single licJfctcmlp, Bureaus,
Spting Mattresses, liul Lounge, Mos.
quilo NotB, 1 B. W. Extcrn-lon Dining
Table, Koa Sldcbratd, Writing Table,
Chairs, Rocking and Easy Chairs,
Vetanihi Rusy OhaiiK. Chandeliers and
L-unps, 4 large Oil Paintings, Ret'iigc.
rator, Meat Safe, Churn, lee Cieam
Fleeter, Crcekin'&Glntswnic, Matting
it Oil Cloth, No.'l H'intlnop R.uiy ami
Utensil!-, Gatdin To l- and i-Ioov and
lot of Fnowooil, etc, ill1., it-., ee
And if not dlppo'ed of previous to S vie,
1 Large California Carriage llorie,
Snund and gentle suitable for fnmily
use Family C.inl-ige, Set Hnrnoss it
1 Gentle Pony with Saddle & Ui Idle
Riiiinhlu for u bey. Al-o, a elinicc lot
T H. Free Him will s.tirl fio-.n the
roi-ner of Knit and H-iciania tti eels, at
0:t0 A. Jt. xiuirj), for convenience of
parties attending the Sale.
LEWIS J. JDEVEY,
19 lit Auctioneer.
15ell Tel. 172.
O. Pov 409.
Fire Proof Stono Building,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
Geneial Agency for Haw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at Boston with tho Azores
Through tioketsgiauted fiom Honolulu
to all points East.
Merchandise stored and sold on com
mission. Consignments solicited.
Shipping and Custom House Business
Books and Accounts kept and audited.
Legal Documents prepared.
Propeities leased, rented aud sold.
Legal documents drawn.
To Let No lit) ICinnu street; parlor, 3
bcdioouis, kitchen, servant's loom,
stable, carriago house, garden, etc.
Kent very modciale.
Cottago at "Welkiki, opposite Sunny
fcotilh; huge jard, stable, tte. Pts
session on 1st ApiiJ.
1?K SAX FRANCISCO,
The new and lino Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bO'duc at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
ftjcsy 6, I 883.
And will leave for tho above poit with
mails and passengers ou or about that
For freight or passage, having SU
PEIUOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIH & CO., Agents
For Sydney and Auckland,
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
ho due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Kftay SO, 1888,
And will hnvo piompt dbpatch with
miiil3 nnd passengers lor the abovo ports.
?? UciSllt or l'aspagn. having SU.
PEIUOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
New York Line.
An Al vessel will bo despatched by
this Line for Honolulu, to lcavo
New "York in all May.
For further infounatlon npply to
W. H. CEOSSMAN & BRO.,
77 & 70 Proad Street,
CASTLE & COOKE,
7 3ra Honolulu.
A MEETING of the stockholders of
tho Mutual Tclephono Company
wilj,Hu heh' at tho Company's buildin g
on WEDNESDAY, April 'Jfith. atSr.M
U. U. JJEHUEK,
Australian Mail Servics. -.
'ort Ht.. Kct r,iwnn' Mill.
Shooing, from Ql'.no.
Hovbcq and Cattlo Treated for
Itcsitloucc: :tl Alnk-;i Streut,
X. O. XJOX 4.08.
" I Reside
OF SAN FltANClSCO.
Made In Anicilca.
Heals Superior to all Others.
GQNSAJLVES & CO.,
Hole AcuntH of (lie llmvnllnu
At J. J. Williams'
By the S. S. "Austialia" 8th February,
AND NOW ON SALE
California Oranges--primo sample, Barrels
Sattrkraut. Kegs Saurkraut, Crates Whito
Heart Cabbage, Celery on Ice,
AND ALL SKASONAUI.C VAllIkTinS OP
APPLES A.1V35 3?Ji:A.K!S I
A large consignment of
Potatoes, Figs, Canned Fruits, Jellies,
Jam, Prunes, Raisins, Chestnuts, Wal.
nuts, llardnuts, Almondnuts, Canned
Tomatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc
J3TL0W PRICE TO SUIT THE TIMES-a
CALIFORNIA FRUIT MARKET,
GO King street, Monalnln. tf
22 3E2, 1 IS" 13L 5H
Skating! Skating! Skating!
Corner Queen & Richard Streets.
Will be open cveiy evening from 7 to
0:30 p. m.
MUSIC: Tuesdays and Saturdays
evening for the Public in General.
0?UOJCA. E. WALL,
1C01 Proprietor. lyr
Rubbish I Rubbish! Rubbish 1
''pHE undersigned having been in tlio
JL business for the past 15 months,
and now being apt ointed by the Board
of Health as Hulibish Collector. I
hereby wibh to thank the public lor
there liberal patronage, hoping a con.
tinunncc nf the Mime with a more ex
tended list of customers. I Bhall as
heretofore have my rubbish carts go on
each sticet where required three times
each week, except in very rainy weather,
then two times each week. Afier this
month each cait will cany a bell to
announce its appearance on tho street,
that no one will huve an excuse for not
sotting out their dirt
8KjT Prices as heretofore: Ordinary
HoiibQ Rubbish and Yaid Sweepings,
50 cents, 75 cents and 1.00 per month,
if put in containers.
The abovo prices arranged according
to the amount ot rubbish taken away.
Tho Trimmings and Iloi'so Litter
will be charged extra.
Horse's Bullocks, Hogs and Dogs will
be hulled at reasonable rates.
N. F. BURGESS.
P. S. Anyone knowing of ono who
is required 'to Imvo their rubbish le.
moved, who l not able to pay tho tax,
if the pnty or paities will let me know
I will iD iiion cuting free of charge.
DO lm N. F. B.
A. M. EEWETT,
Stationer & Newsdealer,
aiutuai Tci. an. .
Honolulu, H. I
Hell Tel. ItOii.
Law Books & Lawyers' Stationery a Specialty.
OiJors taken for Nowspapeis, Pwnodi.
cals, Books, Music, etc., from any part
of the world, having made all arrange,
ments thciofor whilst in San Fianciseo.
I5ed IJubLci- tiuup to Order.
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