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iusiiop & Co.. UAKKEUS
i imii'ii. i iu. r iitn ifi'i'""'
Uritw Exouango on tUc
DSiuilt t Cnlllbruln, M. E.
And thoir agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, IIONQ KONO.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Oomnierchil Bank Co.. of Sydnoy,
The Hank of Now Xenlnnd: Aucklnud.
O.irlstchurch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, D. 0., and Portland, Or.
T.-ansuot a Creneial 'anklug Bufiinus.
Pti'dgvJ lo neither Sect uor Party,
Ilut established for tho benefit of all.
SATURDAY, 31 AY 19, 1888.
CRAMMING SCHOOL CHILDREN.
Many children lose their health
and have their intellects blunted by
over study. Many again arc made
dull by over-emmming ,their brain
that they may come up to a certain
standard at the annual examina
tions. The opinion of one of the
greatest living philosophers of the
day, Mr. Herbert Spencer, is against
such a system. He says "This
over-education is vicious in every
way as giving knowledge that will
soon be forgotten, as producing a,
disgust for knowledge, as neglecting
the organization of knowledge which
is more important than its acquisi
tion, and as entailing that ill health,
for which even success would not
compensate, and which makes fail
ure doubly bitter."
The defect in many schools is this
overcraiuming in order to pass a
successful examination, in utter dis
regard of the mental or physical
capabilities of the children and of
the preliminaries which go to make
a sound and lasting foundation upon
which to build a practical and use
ful education. Many children have
been graduated from school at the
ago of 12 or 13 years, as having fin
ished the course, that had they ob
tained a complete and comprehen
sive knowledge of the curriculum
and not been crammed, could never
have clone so. The knowledge thus
obtained being only superficial, is
soon forgotten, while the injury to
the health, that overwork, and over
taxation of the mental faculties
brings on, may be a source of life
Another bad feature is the length
of the school clay being the same for
all ages. A boy of 5 years cannot
be expected to do as much work as
one of 12, nor can a boy of 12
bo expected to do the same amount
of mental or physical work as a man.
Yet, in the public schools of many
places the hours are the same for all
ages. Immature brains cannot do
the work of mature ones without in
jury to those brains, and as the
brain always gives away before the
physical health suffers, we should
be guarded in the work wc give tho
immature brains to do. The disre
gard of this principal is no doubt
the frequent cause of school chil
dren complaining of headache and
its consequent unfitting them for the
duties of the schoolroom.
Another system prevails among
school-teachers to a more or less ex
tent in all places, and that is impos
ing upon children a certain task to
be accomplished at home, during the
time tliat their brain should be re
cuperating, and their physical pow
ers kept up by such exercises as the
playground affords. Why, after
doing their alloted days' work in
school, should their home be con
verted into a school, and their life
be changed into a kind of slavery,
of which we may be ashamed in
years to come? School headaches
are not the only diseases the chil
dren arc subject to, many nervous
discuses, some of a serious and com
plicated nature, can be traced to the
confinement of tho school-room and
tho modern process of cramming
which is called "being educated."
avinucrgari.cn sctioots m various
parts of the woild have done much
within the last few years to relievo
tho younger of schoolgoing children
from tlio drudgery of tho regulation
public school, and much more can
bo done in the same direction when
those whoso duty it is to superin
tend the schools look wore to
he'a)thy results, than for gratified
ambition in being pronounced a sue
cessfuljteaeher in having turned out
'finished scholars at so early an age,
STILL ANOTHER VIEW OF
Editou Buli.ltix! Last even
ing's Hui.lf.tin contained an articlo
entitled, "Another "View of the
Liquor Problem," signed "Anti
Prohibition," which seems to me to
have at least a touch of the fanati
cism nnd exnggeialion which its
author so freely attributes to and
condemns in others, lie begins by
reciting the position of those ho dis
agrees with, a task which, it is gen
erally admitted, calls specially for
acciuacy, precision ami fairness,
particularly in one whose (ibjoct in
coming out in print seems to be to
condemn inaccurracy and unfairness
in others. The following is n spe
cimen of his manner of doing it:
Tliprt i n. Inud r.ru nn these Isl
ands nowadays for prohibition, col
twin after column in the papers arc
brimful of the most powerful ex
pressions in favor of it I Statistics
show clearly that liquor is killing
more men daily than was killed dur
ing the whole rebellion tcco,"
(which I believe has been estimated
at 500,000 men.) "Stories arc cir
culated how blessed those States
arc, where prohibition is law ; it is
plainly shown that all the sickness
man is heir to comes from liquor."
Having thus accurately and fairly
stated the position of "the other
side" and condemned in vigorous
terms "the exaggeration, intolerance
and bigotry of others, he gives us a
specimen of his own moderation,
and the accuracy of his own statis
tics in the following language :
"I have had experience in a pro
hibition State in America, viz.,
Massachusetts. I lived in a small
town above Fall River. There were
at that time about as many churches
as houses, and about as many
whisky shops as both together."
Our Statistician in order to clinch
the above rather startling figures,
proceeds,- "That means that not
only even house was a saloon, but
they had drinking places out in the
woods known ouly to the initiated.'
Having claimed that the statistics of
tho death rate and evils from drink
are the results from gross exaggera
tion, he says: "You," viz., "the
other side" "like your choice fruits
and delicacies imported direct from
all quarters of the globe at astound
ing high prices. You partake of cakes
and ices and fruits till you ruin
your health, of which your pale
cheeks and sunken eyes arc evidence
enough. What is that to me, that
you give out thousands for delica
cies, where I give out cents ( ?) for
.a glass of beer or a glass of wine?"
As a matter of fact has not the
author of this article succeeded con
sciously or unconsciously in illus
trating the faults he condemns about
as well in his own person as by
others' Perhaps ho has succeeded
unintentionally in showing the fail
ings of both sides if so no harm is
done. Hadhis article been confined
to extremists among those who be
lieve in the principles of prohibi
tion and their ultimate adoption by
the slate or better still to the ex
tremists on both sides he would have
come nearer the mark, but to in
clude in his charges indiscriminately
the rank and file of those who are
known as prohibitionists is hardly a
fitting illustration of that discrimin
ation tolerance and fairness which
he has stepped forward to promote.
If the question was how many
in this community believe in prohi
bition and its ultimate adoption bj'
the state a very fair propoition 'of
the men and women here would pro
bably plead quilty at once, but if
those same persons were asked if
prohibition is practicable now, unless
I am very much mistaken there
would be but a very few indeed that
would say, yes.
This I gather from the nature of
the petitions that were presented to
the last Legislature, none of which
except one (to my recollection) ask
ed for prohibition ; most of them
asking in the alternative for prohi
bition or restrictive measures and
the Y. M. C. A. asking for restric
tive measures only. In fact, it was
rrntmxnlKt i i n A fva rr Mint orr vntnr-
gunman, ui'u w... .v iww-
1 oiien to nmliibitinn in theso nctitioiiK
was meant as a declaration of prin
ciples rather than a request to enact
immediate prohibition. 'When the
Legislative Committee on the liquor
question invited the public to attend
a Bitting of the committee at the
Government building, to which
liquor men ivero specially invited,
and there to express their views,
it was attended almost solely by
pronounced tumperancc men of this
city, ami yet when the (Chairman
called for a show of hands as to
whether or not immediate prohibi
tion was practicable only one or
two voted yes, every one else voting
no. (To bo continued.)
UsVs OF THE LEMON. '
Lemonade from juice of the lemon
is one of the best and safest drinks
for any person, whether in health or
not. It is suitable for all stomach
diseases, gravel, liver complaint, in
namtnation of the bowels and fever.
J It is a specific against worms and
skin complaints. Lemon jmco Is
the best antiscorbutic reined' known.
It not only cures this diseaso but
prevent it. Sailors make daily use
of it for this purpose. I advise
every one to rub their gums with
lemon juice to keep them in good
condition. The hands and nails are
kept- clean, white, soft and supple
by the daily use of lemon instead of
soap. It nlo prevents chilblains.
Lemon is used in intermittent
fever, mixed with strong, hot, black
coffee, without sugar, Neuralgia
may be cured by rubbing the part
affected with but ibtoon. It is
valuable, ft Wo, to cure warts and to
destiny dandruff on the bend, by
rubbing the routs of the hair with it.
It will nllovlato and llnnlly cure
coughs and colds nnd heal diseased
lungs, if taken hot, on going to bed
at night. Its uses are manifold,
and the uiord wo employ it extern
nally the better wc shall find our
selves. Lemon juice is useful in re
moving t'ti tar Irom tho teeth, anti
febrile, etc. A doctor in Koine is
trying it experimentally in malniial
fever with .reitt success, and thinks
it will in time supersede quinine.
Augustus Berrell, the author of
"Obiter Dicta," is engaged to marry
Mrs. Lionel Tennyson.
A London denier in orchids em
ploys sixteen collectors in South
America, Africa, Asia and the Pa
Choicest Mutton I
ITiwli, Vttr;clilLloK, itc, &,c
Always on hand at tlio
(Successors to Win. McCindlcfs),
Xo. G luccii St.. : : Fish market,
Honolulu, II. I.
ty-Rimlly and Shipping Oidcrscarc.
fully attended to. Live Stock furnishrd
to vessels at short notice. my 17-83
and gentle, suitable
tor a liuiy or oiiiid to
drive. Docs not mind
eitliur locomotive or slenm lollcr. Apply
at this office. -17 11
A MIDDLE aged lady as nssislint in
a small family comfortable home.
Washing put out. Apply to
.T. E. DROWN & CO ,
45 T.t 23 Merchant Street.
DU.MP Carl and liar-
jjp x"4. ncs, in good order.
Ssfes To be i-old cheap. Apply to
Hon. W. O. Smith or Eunalilo Home.
STABLES TO LET.
STABLE-' for four horse, can Inge
Iinu-", nith two room", adjoining
laud lOOxt'0. Entrance from Kijau
street, 10 uiinutci' drive from Post olllco.
Suit i-ilc f'U-linck.ilriT. Rent $li! per
inoiilh. Apply to
41 lw J. E. BBOWN & CO.
ONTucday moinipg, May loth, on
the Kaiilil iioail, near Kninehn
mulia hi lionl, a Do-out Receipt of Bis.
hop & Cv , for 100, and nn Older on
ScJiutlri ib Co., drawn in favor of An
tone Rnduiiek, for $100 Pnymciit has
been stopped. A reward cf 30 will be
given on rilum of same to
4') 3t Kalibi.
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
''piIE undersigned give notice that
i tliey have been appointed Asiicnccs
of Brown & Co., merchants, of Hono
lulu. All i enons having any rl.iinis against
the said llrm whether tn-cured hy moil
gago or otherwise, are notified to pre
sent the t-atne to the Atignecs, within
thice months from April 23rd instant.
All i otsorjs indebted to Messrs. Brown
& Co. me requested to make imineuinie
payment t0 Blown is ro. or the
A. J. CAIITWHIGIIT,
VI. F. ALLEN.
Assignees of Brown & Co.
Honolulu, April, 21, 18i8. 2U lm
XHEHEBY ghe n ilico that by power
ot niioiuey (laltd nt llnngkonjr,
China, the 2,"ith day ol 3I.nch, ItSS, the
llun of Kwong Hlnu H nig Co. has up.
pointed mc the niidertifrrpJ to conduct
all its hubbies iclutiuns in ihu Hawaiian
I-l:ii'ds un 1 in particular with tho firm
onVing On Wo & Co., of Honolulu,
merchant", with full powcia to ci lleot
and icccivo all Minis ol iik nnv due to
Hie said Dim cf Kwnng Shin Wine Co.
and to proceed quaituily as the power
of attorney authoiioi nir.
Att'y in f.iotfoi'ICv.o!ijiSliiu Wing Co.
Honolulu. May J.J, I8S:.
TIIEumlcifrv -d liivu; been duly
aniioinlel E.ie-uto under the
will of Geo. kiigothaidt, l.tic of Hor.o.
lulu, dcrcawed. Noticu is heieby given
to nil civditois of the deceased to pro
bent their claims; whethor se'cltied bv
mortgage or otherwise, duly nut' en'i
Cited mid with the proper voucher, If
any exl-t. to C. Bolto within M. monilu
from Uila d.itc, u- they will bo lorever
b.-ii red. And all pert oris indebted to
"ali t tt.c a ed ate nqucstid' to make
immediate payment to C. B lie.
L. A. THUHbTON,
Executors under tho Will of Ocorgo
Honolulu, May 2, 1S83. C8 2w
Imported Direct from Havana.
0. 0, BSRGER.
rpHE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
JL Daily Bulletin CO cts per month
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
. Ar AUCTION.
On SATURMyT June 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
I will s-ll at t'uhl.c Auction, nt iho
irldcticu of It ,1 I ! Ightnn, E q ,
lUctmtd Mreit, oppoho tho It yal tin.
Tho Wholo of his Household Furniture,
One Elegant Upright Piano 1
By Strnthiun &. Coy. This firm rccolved
the 1st prize gold medal, nt Mechanic')
Fair, S. F., for tho superiority of their
One splendid B. VV. Parlor Set,
Upholstered in Silk & Plush.
One Large Bliick Walnut Etngere,
One Large Engraving
In Gold Frame. Subject:
Drawing Room of Queon Victoria at
St. James' Palaco.
One Largo Ebonizcd Finnic Mirror,
Large and Small Rugs,
Bionzo Ornament-. Cornices, Chun,
delicis and Lamp?,
1 BAY. Bedroom Set, Tenesseo H. T.,
1 B. V. i Bedstead, 1 B W. Bed.
room Stt, Woven Wire & Hnlr lint
trasses, Mo.quitn Ncl, Bending
nhlfi tnn Pnntmi
Splendid B. W. Sideboard, II. W.
Pillat Ex. Dining Table & Chairs,
Crockery & 11 isswnre, Ssw lug Mil.
Kitchen Stovo and Utensils,
Meal Fafc, loo Chett, Veranda
Chair?, etc., etc. Also,
1 Family Ilorso & Phaeton
SSTTlic house will bo open for in
spection on FJtIDAY, previous to d.iy
of hale. Tho Auctioneer desires to call
attention to the ladies and ucntlcnmn of
Honolulu to tlda salo of high class Fur
uiture. LEWIS J. LEVEY,
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Hawa'n Jockey Club,
Races to Commence at 10 o'clock Sharp.
1st QUEEN'S PLATE
RU2TXING KACE-4 ililo Dash.
Free for all.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
KUNXIXG KACE 1 JVlilc Dash.
For Hawaiian bred horses owned
by members of the Jockey Club.
Cup to become tho property of the
one winning it twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TROTTING and PACING RACE
For Hawaiian bred horses ouly to
harness Mile Heats, best 2 in 3.
RUNNING RACE li Mile Dash.
Free for all. If but one starts to
heat 2 :50.
5th KAPIOLANI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and FACING RACE
Mile Heats, best 3 in 5. Fiee for
all. All horses having a record of
2 -.30 or better to go to wagon.
RUNNING RACE? Mile Dash.
Open to all 3-ycar old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
7lli-R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUNNING RACB 1 Mile Dash.
Free for all. Winner to beat the re
eoid of "Augie A," 1:154. To he
inn for annually.
8U1-HAWAHAN HOTEL STABLE'S CUP
SI 00 added.
RUNNING RACE-4 Milo Heats,
best 2 in 3. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become tho property of the
winner two consecutive years.
9Hi JOCKEY CLUD POST MATCH.
Sweki'STAKks TROTTING and 1
PACING KACE Mile Heats, best
2 III !J. Free for all horses that
have not a record of !! minutes or
better to ho driven In Frazier road
carls by members of the Club.
lOlh LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE.
RUNNING RAOE-3 Mile Dash.
Fiee for all.
11 Hi PONY RACE.
Open to nil ponies 1-1-hnnds or
under, and 3-year old or over.
starting nrc suspended In races against
Iron Water Tanks
Just received from Auckland,
FOR SALE CHEAP
UNION FEED CO.
Auction Sales by tamos F. Morgan.
Bv order of Mr J. A. Kennedy I will
te'll nt Publl- Alio' Inn, nt hi residence,
corner of Ktnnu and Pi'iiuenla ettcet
hi Joining the rcsldcuco of T. May, Eq
On WEDNESDAY, May 23rd,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31.,
The Entire Housoh'd Furniture,
B. W. Upholstered Parlor Set,
Lirge Center Rugs,
il-Llght Pendant Chandelier,
One Emerson Square Piano,
X splendid instrument,)
1 Carved Ebony Muslu Stand,
Large Marble-top Center Table,
Laco Curtains and Poles,
1 Carvid Cherry Easel,
Plcluroj, Japanese Serpen,
Black AV. Hall Stand,
1 Massive B.W. BBQr'm Set
MaUrnsses and Mosquito Nets ,
S and Lamps, I eeorntid V-isi-s,
1 Chillis' Iron Bedstead
Black Walnut Bookcase and Secretary,
A Library of Books, comp'g:
McCaulcy's History of England,
Dante's Inferno SPnrgatorlo, &c, &c.
1 B. W. Mnrble-top Sideboard,
Sliver Tea Service, Corner hatnot,
U bolstered Lounge,
CROCKERY ana GLASSWARE,
1 B. W. Marlletop Bedroom Set,
Refrigerator, Kitchen Utcnsll,
One JBugrfyy Phaeton I
(.In good order),
1 Ilorso, broken to saddle & harness,
(A good safe ttaveler),
Sot of hinglo Harness, 1 Side Saddle,
Garden Tools, Etc., Etc.
JAS. 1?. MORGAN,
Sale of Leases !
By order of tho Trustees of
HIS MAJESTY'S ESTATE,
I will sell at Public Auction,
On MONDAY, June 4tli, 1888,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesiooni, Queen street, the
LEASES of the following
Parcels of Lands,
Situated at Kona, Hawaii, as follows:
Fir a Tern of IS Years.
1 Tho Ahupuaa of Waiaua, des
cribed in R. P. No. 1030.
2 Laud at Kahului, Kona, described
in R. P. Iso. C277 A.
3 Ahupuia of Kahului. Kona, apana
3, It. P. JCC9.
4 Ahupuaa of Kahuna. Kona, apana
2, K. P. lUO'J. Ji C A.fililG B.
5 Ahupuaa of Pahcchoo, Kona, R. P.
6 Ahupuaa of Kaloko, apana 11, L
0. A. 77i5, contnlninir 4300 acres.
7 Ahupuia of Lnnihauiki, N. Kona,
apana 2, of It. P. 3US, containing 3010
8 Ahupuaa nf Ilouuaula, apana 4
and C, of R..P. 3143, containing 2G 48 101)
9 Aliupiina of Mocauou, apana 27, of
E. ('. A. 0!71.
10 Also, the Lenso for fi years of the
KuU portions nf Mokauca, at Kalihl,
Oaliu, makal of tho rice planttitlon, and
cstijndinjr to within 100 feet of fish
ponds of II s Mnji'sty.
11 Alsi, thu Lease for 10 years of
the unleaded portion of Iwilei, includ
ing Sta Fisheiy, containing about 5J
ticies, more or less.
And nt the same time will be sold a
Parcel of Land at Aki, Lahaina,
Described in It. P. 34SC, L. C. A. 0705 B.
containing 3 Jtoods and 14 Rons.
Terms Payable semi-annually In
advance. Possession given on com
pletion of papers and payment of
first six months' rent.
OTFor fui liter particulars apply lo
tho Trustees, or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
3!S cod Auctioneer.
New Zealand Oats
Just receUol from Auckland, Ex,
600 Bags of CHOICE OATS !
Of the CHOP of 1P8S. and which
UNION FEED -GO.
NOTICKIs hcituv given that 1 will
not pay any debts contracted in
my name without my written order.
' W. O. AOHI.
Ilonolulu, April 21, 1888. 23 tf
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Assignee's Sale of
By order of A. .T. O.irtwrlght nnd W. F.
Allen, Usltrnces of the Estato of
Frank Brown, I will sell
at Public Auction,
On FRIDAY, May 25th, 1888,
AT ltt O'CLOCK A. 91.,
At the residence of F. Brown, Kaplo
His Entire Househ'd Furniture,
H W PlQitniiA R W Wiiii'rf nnoV
n Upholstered Sofas,
B. W. Book Case !
Center and Bof a Rugs,
Two B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Sot,
Koa Bureau B. W. Bureau,
1 B. W. I. T. SlbOlrt,
Crockery & G'av-ware,
Kitchen Move & Ulcntils,
Garden Tools, Garden Hoso, &c &c.
1 Mare, 1 2-ycar old Filly,
1 a.ycar old Colt, 1 Hnrp,
1 Top Buggy, 1 a.whcel Brake,
1 Dray, a SeU llnrm-ts,
1 Sets Dray HarncES,
Saddles, Bridles, &c.
A free Bus will leave E. O. Hall
& boil's comer at 0:80 o'clock to lake in
tending purcliasi-'H lo and fiom the Sale.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Assignee's Sale of
By order of A. J. Cartwright and "W. P.
Allen, Assignee of the Estate of
Fiank istovrn, I will sell
at Public Auction,
On SATURDAY, May 26, 1888,
AT 12 O'CLOCK SOOX,
At my Salesroom, Oueen street, tho fol
lowing described premises:
Park Lots Hos. 137, 138, 139 & 140
On makai side of tho Park, running
from the road to the sea. Together with
the Dwcllinj; House, Out Houses and
Improvements. The Premises are 200
feel front and from 250 tn 300 feet deep,
and are occupied by Mr. Brown as a
2nd Lots Hos. 45 & 46
On rnauka side of ihe Park, adjoining
lots of II. J. Agnew. Bizc 10'J feet wide
200 fctt deep.
3rd---Lots No. 160, 166 & 157
Opposite the ic3idcncc of Hon. O.
Drown. Sizo lf.O feet wide 00 feet
deep. The lots are planted with fruit
and shndc lreos, and arc all fenced.
Water laid on.
4th Lot No. 141
On the makai side of the Tark, ex
tending from the road to the sea.
Size 0 feet fiout 250 feet di-ep.
5th Lot No. 143
On the makai sido of the Park, extend,
ing from thu toad to the sea. Sizo 60
feet front 200 fuel deep.
The above lots are nil leaseholds, the
leases expire in 1003. Rent has been
paid up to that date.
In view of tho early completion of
tho railway to tho Park, this tide offers
a fine chance to obtain delightful sub-
JJST-For further particulars apply to
the Assignees or to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
47 td Auctioneer.
Sale of Real Estate In Kalihl Yalley,
BY order of Robert N. Boyd, the un
designed will sell at public auc
tion, at his Salesroom, on Queen street,
On Monday, June 4, 1888,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
The following piecoi of land situate in
Kulihi Vnl'c-, nnd moro fully
1 A pieco coutaining an area of
34 10-100 acres.,.
2 A pieco containing area of 89)4
Itoth pieces include tlio whole of the
Inud described in No, 15 of Royal Pa
tent (tot to Alexander Adunsnnd known
-m '-Kawaaloa," containing an area of
7U u-iu acres.
This land has been divided in two
pieces running from the Kalihl Btieum
to the top of tho mountain on the cast
Bide of the vnlley and adjoins tho pro.
perty of Mr. A. Hosa.
ThodlvlFion was made with a view
nf enabling purchaEcis to obtain a small
farm and n tuitablc home. The land is
tultalilo for the cultivation of banana
and other island products.
The pieces will bo started at an upset
prino of 400.
E57"For further particulars apply to
JAS. P. MORGAN,
47 8t Auctioneer.
UNION MILL CO.
AT the annual meeting of this Com.
pany JuJd at thoir olllce, in Ko.
hula, May 0, 1B88. the following officers
were elected lor the ensuing year, viz:
James Itinlou President,
Geo. F. IlnJmes Vice-President,
T. H. Walker Treasurer,
F. M. Swimzy Secretary,
J. H. S. ICynuersleyr Auditor.
F. M. SWANZY,
Ilonolulu, May 17, 1888. 46 lw
HE WEEKLY BULLETIN
Jjlaud subscription, 94 per annum.
Has just received tx-Australih a vory
h.tndeomo assortment of all tho
In tho MHHnory ZAuc, such s
Ms, EIods, Featta,
Ornaments, &c, &c.
Also, a Most Excellent Assortment of
a? :li tt m: dej
09J Direct from Europe, lm
For San Francisco
With Immediate Despatch.
Tho At Iron British Bark
rpHE nltcntlnn of shippers of Sugar,
JL Rice and other Island Produco is
directed 10 this flrst-chisn Vessol.
per Applications for space should ho
made immcdiatelv to
G. W. MACFARLAWE & CO.,
H4 Agents. tf
Wlite Bros.' Port. Cement
Coal Tar, StocMi Tar,
F. W. Staples,
Filter' Presses, Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
FOlt SAM: BY
H. Hackfeld & Co
Australian Mail Service.
FOR SAK FRANCISCO,
Tins new and flue Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Stennr-lilp Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on ahout
June 3, 1888.
And will leave for tho above port with
malls and passengers on or about that
For freight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WE G. IRWIN & CO., Agents;
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
June 7, 1888,
And will havo prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for the above ports.
For freight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ajjents.
New York Line.
An At vessel will ho despatched
mis iuiio lor ilonolulu, to leave
New Yoik in all May.
For further information apply to
W. H. GROSSMAN & BRO.,
77 & 70 Broad Street,
CASTLE & COOKE,
3 WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
Whale lloat, 30 feet long, 8 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 2 22 feet Surf Boats;
1 18 feet Surf Boat; Si Deoked Plunger,
JO feet long, 0 feet (I inches wide, 2 feet
G inches deep, with mast nnd sails all
complete; 1 2J feet Sailing Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Apply to.
E. R. RYAN.
Boat Buildor and General Jobber. SI ti
M. It. COLBURN,
ALL kinds of dtayago attended to
with promptness. "White and
Black Sand delivered In quantities to
suit. Also, Black Rock and Coral Rock;
Oftlco: With J. F. Colburn, King
street, near Maunakea. ' 72 8m
,.S & U ;.i.rf, 3,- ft ,. i.J-'rf.5,1.ij . .nr, . i ,h
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