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In accordance with the powers in
the President of the Legislature
vested, notice is hcieby given that
the Extraordinary Session of tho
Legislature convened Nov, 3d, 1887,
will meet for the transaction of busi
ness on MONDAY, May 28th, 1888,
nt 11 o'clock a. J!., in tho Hall of
Aliiolani Hale, in Honolulu. Mem
bers are requested to take notico ami
WILLIAM E. CASTLE,
J. A. Magoon,
Dated Honolulu, May 20, 1888.
Sealed tenders will be received at
the Interior Office until THURS
DAY, May 31st, at 12 o'clock noon,
for the construction of a Reservoir
in Nuuanu Valley.
Plans and specifications for tho
same can be seen at the office of the
Superintendent of Public Works.
The Minister of the Interior does
not bind himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
LORRIN A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, May 17, 1S88.
15 Gt cod
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islauds.
Draw Exchange ou tho
JSu.ii It oi Culil'ox-uin, iS. IP.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, KONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commurcial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
The Bink of British Columbia, Vic
toiia, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking iSubinusu.
37 XX SB
Pledged to neither Sect tior Party,
Sitt established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1888.
HOW TO "REACH" THE PEOPLE.
The principal expedients in vogue
lor "reaching" the people arc the
three P's the Pulpit, the Platform,
and the Press ; the greatest of these
is the Press.
The Pulpit and the Platform can
only reach those in their vicinity,
and that vicinity is small. The
Press is restricted to no such nar
row limitation; its vicinity is the
world. The Pulpit and the Platform
have first to attract the people to
them, before they can "reach"
them. The Press "reaches" the
people in their habitations and at
their avocations the rich man in
his counting house and the poor man
in a hovel. The Pulpit and the
Platform speak to their hundreds :
the Press speaks to its thousands.
Our respected clergymen address
the congregations which assemble in
their churches: we address the
masses, a large percentage of whom
never enter a church. Their audi
ence is gathered within the range of
their vision; ours extends to the
five divisions of the globe. When u
preacher in the pulpit or a lecturer
on the platform utters his voice,
though it be the voico of a White
field or a Spurgeon, its strongest
accent dies in a moment and within
a few paces of its author ; but the
"silent voice" of the Press travels
on, and on, and on, nobody knows
where or to whom.
The book and periodical press has
a far-sounding voice, which reaches
tho world's millions ; but tho Press
as represented by the daily and
weekly newspaper is the most
powerful and the most effective for
reaching the masses of tho com
munity in which it has its home.
For instance, the established local
daily and weekly newspapers arc
the best medium for reaching the
people of Honolulu and of the Ha
waiian Islands. Every mail from
San Francisco brings piles of for
eign periodicals and newspapers,
and yet comparatively few of even
tho foreigners residing here over
see any of these. Tho majority a
largo majorityof them depend
even for tho loreign news upon the
local papers. The gi eat newspapers
of London, of New York, of our
nearest neighbor, San Francisco,
which reach millions, como but
sparsely to tho littlo Kingdom of
Hawaii, uud cannot begin to roach
its limited population like our own
insignificant little sheets.
Neither do occasional pamphlets,
handbills, or any other spasmodic
effort of the press reach the pcoplo
like the established and regular
newspaper. The latter which has
gradually worked its way, and in
creased its circulation by degrees,
until its name 1ms become familiar
in nearly every homo, is regularly
carried to nooks and corners and to
out-of-the-way places where the
spasmodic emanation never reaches.
And let it be remembered also that
nothing is so hard to root out and
and kill as an established newspaper
which has become a regular visitor
and is regarded as a household
The conclusion of the matter is
this: There is no means of reaching
tho people equal to the Press:
local daily and weekly newspapers
are the best and most powerful
agents of the 1'iess for reaching the
pcoplo of any given community:
the people of our own community
are most thoroughly and effectually
reached by our own regular news
paper publications. Therefore,
those who desire to reach the peo
ple with their business capabilities,
their ideas, their opinions,, etc.,
arc wise to avail themselves of the
newspapers, and foolish in attempt
ing to ignore them.
OUR STREET RAILWAY.
The construction of the street
railway is proceeding, and we arc
glad of it. From the point of be
ginning onKing street, near Richard
street crossing, a portion of tho
road is completed as far towards
Fort street as Alakca street, or as
near completed as it can be until
the fishplates arrive, which arc ex
pected by the next Australian
steamer. From Alakca to Fort
street has been skipped for the pre
sent, while the Government is grad
ing and macadamizing that portion
of the street. In the meantime the
railroad men arc placing rails from
Fort street along King street, to
wards Palama. The men are now
at work in the neighborhood of Cas
tle & Cooke's.
There is not a particle of wood in
this railroad: the material is all
steel. Stout steel rails are laid on
bteel sleepers, and the sleepers arc
laid on concrete beds. The mate
rial is strong and durable, and it is
being strongly laid. The railroad
is evidently intended to remain and
The principal objection heard
from spectators is, that the concrete
is wholly unnecessary, as the iron
sleepers laid on tho bare ground
would be sufficiently film. To prac
tical men, who understand railroad
construction, it is quite superlluous
to say that the objection is based
upon ignorance, for as a matter of
fact, experiment has. demonstrated
that firmness and evenness cannot
be maintained where these sleepers
are laid on the bare earth, and par
ticularly earth of the kind which
underlies our streets.
It is extremely pleasing to us to
see this work commenced and pro
gressing ; for we believe the street
railway will be u great boon to the
public, and will prove here what it
has proved wherever adopted, the
means of building up the city.
Cheap, comfortable and safe con
veyance from business to home and
from home to business will be accep
table to nine-tenths and more of the
community. Afcwmay consideritin
jurioiiB to their interests, but the
many will be benefited, and tho
good of the many must always take
prccodencc of the interests of tho
REPLY T0"jQHH YING.
EniTOii Uullktin: In this morn
ing's "Advertiser" John Ying
quotes the Christian's Bible to
Christian detractors of the Chinese.
Ho cites us the commandment to
love our neighbor as ourselves,
speaks of tho "inotc and beam busi
ness" and says that the Christian's
God is in short no respecter of per
sons or races, all of which is un
doubtedly true. But tho Christian's
bible is a many-sided book and con
tains many things that puzzle the
For instance, if John Ying will
read God's direct commands and
laws to the Israelites aa to their
treatment of alien races, while ho
will find many liberal provisions for
the stranger lie will also run across
many direct commands from tho
Almighty that 1 am sure will be
L'l" V"'-J?t-L"'T '1
more suggestive than pleasant to his
Tor instance, I would call John
Ying's thoughtful attention to Num
bers Chapter, XXXIII:
Said tile Almighty, "Speak unto
the Children of Israel and say unto
them, When yc are passed over
Jordan into the land of Canaan,
there ye shall drive out all the in
habitants of tho land before you "
and yc sliall dispossess tho inhabi
tants of the land and dwell theicin;
for 1 have given you the land to
possess it but if ye will not
drive out the inhabitants of the land
from before you, then it shall como
to pass, that those which ye let re
main of them shall bo pricks in your
eyes and thorns in your sides, and
sliall vex you in the laud wherein ye
Mark you, 1 do not cite the above
as n possible plan of campaign In
theso islands, but to demonstrate to
John Ying the danger of relying too
much on an isolated pretense of that
wonderful old book.
THE CHINESE INTERPRETER.
Editor Bumxtix: I have read
the communication from Mr. John
Ying, containing a list of j'oung
Chinese vho arc seeking for the
position of Government interpreter.
According to my opinion what Mr.
John Ying says is perfectly right.
We might expect the officials to
learn what the qualifications of each
The best plan by which to dis
cover what their attainments are,
would be to have an examination,
and thereby test their capabilities.
The position of interpreter and
translator is very important, for a
man's punishment or acquital "de
pends largely on the interpreter's
The position should be filled by a
man of good character and agree
Ciiaiilus Lai Young.
BARDERIMC IN GERMANY.
The German barber on his native
heath differs radically from the Ger
man barber with Amci icau improve
ments. In the ordinary provincial
town of Gorman a man is seated in
a cane-bottomed chair, without head
rest or foot rest. His head is tip
ped back in such a manner that the
chair back cuts his neck just above
the collar. The barber turns out a
small soup plate full of water, in
which floats a piece of soap. A
small semi-circular gouge in the
rim of the plate is fitted to the cus
tomer's Adam's apple, and his face
is rubbed vigorously with the stick
of soap till a sufficient lather has
The shaving proper is performed
with more of the proverbial Teutonic
deliberation. A few hasty strokes
on either check, a few more on the
throat and chin, and the man has
been shaved. A little alum is ap
plied where the blood has started,
the soup plate is again used to aid
in a superficial wash, the customer
pays his 24 cents and leaves. There
is no bay rum, no brushing the hair
without extra charge, and no brush
ing the coat. Foreigners, however,
often receive these comforts by pay
ing a cent or two.
Shaving at a shop rarely costs
more than 3 cents, often only lj cts.
Barbers arc to be found in every
provincial town who are willing to
go to a customer's house nnd shave
him four times a week for 25 cents
A furniture factory will be erect
ed at Danville, Va. , iron mines will
be developed at Lccsvillo, Va., and
tho Eagle copper mines in London
county will also be worked.
HORSE FOR SALE
FUOE, $50 cash My
bay can luge norse.
Is thoroughly lirokcn.
Cf and has u vciy easy gait
under the saddle C. M. HYDE,
No. 122 Buietaniu Street.
COTTAGE TO LET.
on llnriitciiiin afrnnr nnoc
i.lfs'-SV&.Jirfa PlUrni. mnnlrn cifln rin nnt.lv
renovated. Lai go yaid, etc. Kent, $20
per month. Apply to
53 Uv J. 13. BHOWX & CO.
IN KEGS OE 25 to 50 LBS.
FOR SALE CHEAP
SALVES & CO.,
Queen Street. 8t
6, -A, R. Notice,
IlHADQUAllTKKS, GEO. W. Df.LONOI
1'o.st, No. 15, Dui-T. or 0am
l'OIINIA, O. A. R. '
Honolulu, May 21, 1888.
SPECIAL ORDElt No. 1.
rpnE members of this Post
X. uio requested to meet in
their hall, dressed in Dark
Clothes and Black Hats, at 7
r. m., May 27, 1883, to attend
Memorial Service in tho Central
V. V. ABIIFORD,
Adjutant. "i i
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
JL advertise it in tho Daily Bulletin,
Will bo given at tho Music Hall,
VANDALIA ATHLETIC CLUB,
SATURDAY EYBHIMG, May 86,
Commencing nt 8 o'clock shnrp.
Farces, Songs & Dancos,
51 3t , Spaning Matches, Etc.
FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Hawa'n Jockey Club.
MONDAY, MB 11, 1888
Races to Commcnco at 10 o'clock Sharp.
Eicc tor all.
4 Mile Dash.
2nd-HIS MAJESTY'S CUP.
RUNNING RACE 1 Mile Dash.
For Hawaiian bred horses owned
by members ot tho Jockey Club.
Cup to become tho property of tho
one winning It twice.
3rd KING'S PLATE.
TROTTING ami PACING RACE
For Hawaiian bred horses only to
harness Mile Heats, best 2 in 3.
41h KAMEHAMEHA PLATE.
RUNNING RACE 14 Mile Dusk.
Fieo for all. If but one starts to
beat 2 :50.
6th KAPIOLANI PARK PLATE.
TROTTING and TAOING RACE
Mile Heats, best II hi 5. Ficc for
all. All horses having a record of
2 :30 or better to go to wagon.
6lli HONOLULU PLATE.
RUNNING RACE J Mile Dash.
Open to all 3-year old Hawaiian
bred horses only.
7lh ROSITA CHALLENGE CUP.
RUXXIXG RACK 1 Mile Dash.
Fi co for all. Winner to beat tho l e
eord of '-Angle A," 1:434. To be
run for annually.
3th HAWAIIAN HOTEL
RUNNING KAOE-! Mile Heats,
best 2 In :S. Hawaiian bred horses.
Cup to become the property of tho
winner two consccntiu years.
Gilt JOCKEY CLUB POST MATCH.
Swi:i:rsrAKr.s TltOTTTXG and
PACING KAOE Mile Heats, best
2 in !i. Free for all horses that
have not a record of .1 minutes or
better tp be driven in Frazicr road
carts by members of tho Club.
10th LUNAMAKAAINANA PLATE.
KUNNING KACE-3 Mile Dash.
Free for all.
11th PONY RACE.
Open to all ponies 1-1-hands or
miller, and 3-ycar old or over.
starting aro wispended iii races against
A GOOD DRIVER, (married or un.
JCjl. ibiii lied), who can alto take care
of a craiden
Written applications with
mentioning ot wage3.
" Bui.m'.tin Ollicc.
WATCH jlh MAKERS,
HI Kins Wtrcct.
(Store formerly occupied by lato Win.
.A.11 Ropaivw Warranted.
my 22 83-ly
Fort Btrcbt, next Lucas' Mill,
Ship's Blacksmithing, Carriage
Building & Impairing.
Carts & Wagon Building a Specialty.
Every description of work In tho
abovo llnc3 porformed in a first-class
manner and executed at shoit notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
Orders from tho other Islands solicited.
to send a broad -
X Tho best paper
85 per annum
A REWARD of Two Hundred and
Fifty Dollars ($250) will bo paid
for information that will lead to tho
an est and conviction of tho person or
perpons, who tlolo tho following des
cilbctl Jewelry from the residence of
Mr. W. S. Luce, on Wednesday, May 10,
1 Diamond Ring, 5 Diamonds on tho
1 Diamond Ring, largo Solitairo Dia.
1 Diamond Brooch, Gold Oyster Shell,
3 largo Diamonds,
1 Ring, largo Oriental Solitaire Pearl,
Pr. Holitairo Diamond Earrings,
1 Pr. Solitairo Pearl Earrlnge, largo
JNO. II. SOPEH,
Marshal's Office, May 22, 1888. 40 lw
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovcy.
On SATURdIyT June 2nd,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 3r
I will sell at 1'ubllo Auction, nt tho
residence of R. J. Cnlghton, E-q.,
Ulciitml Rtrett, oppodto tlio R tynl lln
The Whole of his Household Furniture.
One Elegant Upright Piano !
By Stratluun & Coy. This firm received
the 1st prize gold tnedal, nt Mechanic's
Fair, S. F., for tho bupcriorlty of their
One splendid B. W. Parlor Set,
Upholstered in Silk & Flush.
Ono Largo Black Walnut Etagcrc,
One Large Engraving
in Gold Frame. Subject:
Drawiurj Room of Queon Victoria at
St. James' Pttlaco.
Ono Lnrgo Ebonlzcd Fiamo Minor,
Large and Small Rugs,
Bronze Ornament, Cornices, Chun,
dclicrs and Lamp?,
1 B.W. Bedroom Set, Tcnesseo M. T.,
1 H. W. ?i Bedstead, 1 B W. Bed.
jooin Set, Wovou "Wire & Hair Jlut-
Mosqulto JNul", Heading
Splendid B. W. Sidchoard. B. W.
Pillai Ex. Dining Tahlo As Chairs,
Crockery & Glassware, Sawing Mo-
Kitchen Stovo and Utensils,
Meat Safe, Ice Chest, Veranda
Chairs, etc., etc. Also,
One Family Horse !
Broken to Saddle & Harness,
1 Side Saddle nearly new.
B3Tho house will bo open for in.
spection on FRIDAY, previous to day
of sale. Tho Auctioneer desires to call
attention to the ladies and gentleman of
Honolulu to this sale of high class Fur
niture. LEWIS J. LEVEY,
BUSS. P. THIELE,
On Beretahia street near Piikoi.
(Formerly McGuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
A safe conveyance will call for and re
turn children living at a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone No. 504. f3m
Per bark " Ceylon,"
' 3,000 PKGS OF
FOR SALE CHEAP
JOHN F. COLBURESJ'S,
40 King Street. lw
SUGAR PLANT !
The Entire Plant of the
Is ollered For Sale. The Machinery
is in perfect working order
nnd consist of
One 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Trash-carrier, Etc., complclo,
1 Pair of Boilers 6x20,
1 Doublo Effect G and 7 foot Pans,
1 Vacuum Pan 6 feet with Blako Pump,
3 Weston Centrifugals and Engine,
Together with the usual assortment of
GlariflerSj Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery usually found
in a well appointed mill.
Also, a number of
Cane Carts & Gen'l Plantation
Delivery will bo given after next crop
has been harvested, say about July 1,
SyFor further particulars apply to
Manager Star Mill, Kohala, Hawaii.
For Japan & China
Tho Nippon YuBca KaiBha'd Fine,
Will bo duo at this poit on or about
June 3rd, 1888,
And will return about tho 10th of
samo mouth to Japan. This lino vessel
has first class avcommodtition for
Saloon, Second Class or Steerage' Pas
sengers. 1'aBscngers for China will bo
transferred at Yokohama.
BSyFor further particulars apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
43 tf Agents.
HE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
most popular paper published.
California & Island Mules,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Assignee's Sale of
By order of A J. Carlwrlght and W
Allen, As Ign 03 of tho Kstato of
Fiank mown I will boll
nt Public Auction.
....n... r nnn inn
at 18 o'clock, xooar.
At my Salesroom, Ouceii eticet, tho fol
lowing described picmiscs:
Park Lots Hos. 137, 138, 139 & 140
On makai sldo of tho Park, running
from the road to the sea. Together with
tho Dwelling House, Out ilousts nnd
Improvements. The Premises nru200
ftct front and from 250 to 800 feel deep,
and arc occupied by Mr. Brown ns a
2nd Lots Hos. 46 & 46
On mauka side of tho l'nrk, adjoining
lots of H. J. Agncw. bl.o 100 feet wido
800 feet deep.
3rd Lots No. 165, 166 & 157
Opposite the icsidcnco of Hon, O.
Blown. Slo ICO feet wido 200 feet
deep. Tho lots aro planted with fruit
and shade trees, and 1110 all fenced.
Water laid on.
4th Lot No. 141
On tho makai sldo of the Park, ex-
loading from tho road to the sea.
Size GO feet fiont 250 feet deep.
5th Lot No. 143
On the makai side of thu Park, extend,
ins from the road to the sea. Siza CO
feet tront 200 feet dee?.
8 Share of Stock in Kapiolant Park
Tho above tots aro all leaseholds, the
leases uxpirc in 1005. Bent has been
paid u to that date.
In view of tho early completion of
tho railway to the Park, this sale oilers
a fine chance to obtain delightful sub
For further particulars apply to
tho Assignees or to
JAS. T?. MORGAN,
Mortgagee's Notice of Foreclosure.
IN accordance with tho proribions of
a mortgage made by Cheng Chun
Cheng Seung to Chas. M. Cooke, Tins
tec, dated August 25, 1887, recorded in
Liber 10'!, page 118. Notice is hereby
given that the baid mortgage will be
foreclosed for condition broken, to wit-non-payment
of interest; and that the
premises thereby convoyed will be sold
at Public Auction,
On Monday, May 28, 1888,
(Having been previously advertised ac
cording to haw),
AT IS 0'CE.OCK. SOOS,
At tho auction room of .las. F. Morgan,
CRAS. M. COOKE, Trustor,
Honolulu, April 1G, 1883.
The premises to be sold are in Wai
luku, Maui, and cninpiSso 3 410aerts
of flue land in the heart of the town,
and are tho same premises set forth in
Royal Patent G537 on L. U. Award 2533
to L. Malaihi.
WILLIAM It. CASTLE,
Attorney for Mortgageo.
JAS. IT. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
On THURSDAY, May 31, 1888,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 3T
At-tho residence of J. M. Oat, Esq.,
Emma street, I will sell at Public
Household Furniture !
1 Pi-cscott I?a.rloi Oi-gftin,
Wicker Rockers, Curtains & Cornice,
Pendant Hangi'g Lamp
Pictures, Rugs, Shells,
B. W. Marble-top Bedr'm Set,
Mattrasscs, Mosquito Net,
Koa Crib and Mattrass !
B. W. Extension Table, Meat Safe,
Crockery & Glassware,
Gypsy Queen Stove & Utensils, &c, &c.
JAS. F. MORGrAN.
53 4t Auctioneer
J. I. Sowsett, Jr.,
W. H. Lowell -
The above Dairy has "como to stay,"
and 1b prepared to supply
To tho Honolulu Public at
Would icspectf ally solicit patronage,
and refers by permission to tho follow,
ing persons, viz: H. J. Nolle, Dr. Mc
Wayne, Geo. E. Smith, of Benson,
bmith & Co., the Manager of tho Ua
wailan Hotel and others, as to the qua.
Illy and purity of tho milk. 41) lw
E ONLY PAPER read by all
X classes "Tho Dally Bulletin." DO
cents per month.
on mummy, May mn, KW'Kr
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Sale of Real Estato In Kalihi Valley,
BY nrdorof HobertN. Boyd, thunn.
dctslgned will sell at public auc
tion, at his Salesroom, on Quoun street,
On Monday, Juno 4, 1888,
AT 1 O'CLOCK vonv.
s of laud situate in
T,i.iu, ituu muru miiy
1 A pieco containing nu area of
81 10-100 acres.
2 A phco containing area of B9
Roth pieces include tho whole of the
land described In No. 15 ofRojalPa.
tent COt to Alexander Adnms and'known
as "Kawaaloa," containing nn area of
in 0-10 ncrcs.
This land has been divided in two
pieces running from tho Kalihi stteam
to tho top of tho mountain on tho last
side of the vallry and adjoins tho pro
pcrty of Mr. A. Rosa.
The division was made with a view
of cnnblhig pnrcliiicis to obtain a small
farm and a sultablu home. Tho land is
suitable for tho cultivation of banana
nnd other Island products.
Tho pieces will bo started at an unset
price of 400.
BiarFor further particulars npply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
47 8t Auctioneer.
Mil For Sale.
BY order of J. M. Monsarrat, I will
On MONDAY, June 4th, 1888,
AT ltt O'CLOCK )OX,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street,
The following Building Lots situated
on the north-west or Ewa side or LlliJja
street, in Honolulu, mauku of thtnesl.
denco of Benj. Campbell, and opposite
the Kaluna Premises, viz.:
Lot A Fronlago of 100 feet on Liliha
stieet. Depth of 08.3 feet on mauka
siue anu ou.u feet on makai Ride.
Lot B Adjoining tLc abnvo lot on
makai side. Frontage of 112 feet on.
Liliha street. Depth of 50.3 feet en
mauka side and 82.3 feet on makai fide.
Lots A and B Ho nlong Liliha street
immediately in front of property be
longing to the Catholic Mission.
Lot 0 Frontaga of 82 feet on Liliha
stieet. Depth ol 175.0 feet on mauka
side and 170.5 feet on makni side.
Titles perfect. Title Deeds and Maps
may be seen at my office.
TERMS---Halt cash and half on moilgago
for 1 year at 9 per cent annum.
JES?Deeds and mortgages at the ex
pense of purchaser.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, June 6tn,
AT lO O'CLOCIt A. M..
At the residence of Capt. Vm. Unger,
Monsarrat PremUes, Union slrec, I
will sell at Public Auction, (on account
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
One Wider Spare Piano,
(A splendid instrument, in good order),
Black W. Marble-top Center Table,
Largo Center Rugs, Sofa Rugs,
1 3 light Pendant Chandelier,
One Ebony Parlor Set !
1 Lsrgo B. W. Book Case,
Embroidered Tables & Scarf, .
Lace Curtains & Poles,
Kensington Embroidered Pictures
3 B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Sets,
1 B. W. Cheffoniero,
Dccoi'atcd CluiKibox Sots
1 Ash Bedroom Set,
a Pino Bedroom Sets,
1 "Wheeler & Wilson Bowing Machine,
1 Carved B.W, M.T. Sideboard,
Vienna Dining & Arm Chairs,
1 Decorated Dinner Set,
1 Japanese Tea Set,
An assortment of
CROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
1 B. W. Extension Dining Table,
Silver Plated Ware,
l upnoistercu ueu iiounge,
1 8-Uay Clock, 1 B. W. Desk,
One Wcstwood Stove,
1 Ihfrigerntor, 1 Meat Safe,
Lawn Mower, Yeranda Chairs, &c &c.
BSTTlio premises will be open for in.
spection on TUESDAY, Juno 5th, from
0 a. m. to y r. M.
JAS. A. MORGAN,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
THE following an!,
mala will bo sold
at auction at the Gov
ernment Pound, at
"- Koholaloa. Honolulu.
on WEDNESDAY, June Cth, at 13
noon: 1 black horso branded 'P,' on the
right side; 1 red horse branded 'W,' on
the right side; 1 red horse branded 'Q.
R.' on the right side; 1 red marc branded
'II,' on tho right side with calico colt
not branded; 1 (lea. bit mare branded
on right hip 'YIIK.'
A. B. ICAAUKUU,
63 It Pound Master.
THE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
JL evening paper. 60 cents per month,
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