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by authority. ' THE KAHttffiULRiB MSWK8, TMil KAMU RANCH, j too much mental stain. Auction Salos by James F. Morgan. P Fill ESS Prflj'MBI&W "
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m linn. unilhe.ln.iilvi1Uuljfl)-rlii. the .Tntim. V. R. Trutn. .1. O. O.irli.r. lUeiulitrs of boards ol trade and ATrmoo'iJioiiK. 1 1 ft 1 1 1 1 1 1
Tenders for furnishing ic mate
rial and building a School llouse,
according to specifications fn bo aeon
at tbo Office of the Boaul of Educa
tion, on the lot bflongin;; to the
Board, cm the liial.ai side f School
street, in Kauluwoln, will lv. received
ut tho Office up to 12 o'cijek noon
of the 19th instant.
The location of the hot io will bo
on sloping land.
The Board does not hind itself to
accept tho lowest or any tender.
(.'. k. nisiior,
President Board of Education.
Honolulu, Sept. 15, 1SSS. -17 3t
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
lluuolulu. Hawaiian Island?.
Jr Draw Exchange ou the
Bault ol CtUirovuirc, H. IT.
v.i tin .r mon's in
. NEW UMIX, BOSTOW. IIOHfi KONG.
Messrs. N M l!()ilii'liilil tt tjuti, London
The Ciimincic'.al iinnk I'u., of Sydney,
The Commcrci'il Hunk (Jn, of Sydney,
The Bank ol ;.'ov.- uulnntl: Auckland,
Cliiiiclunclt, .ia-1 Wellington,
The Bault ot Uvitish Colnmliia, Vic
tor! i, li. 0., uii'l L'oitlaud, Or.
Transact a Ueoral JJanklug iluBitn.be.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, SEPT. lo, 1888. j
HEEDS ENQUIRING INTO.
A complaint has reached this
efllce that in a poi manufactor' on
Beretania street, near Keeaumoku,
the poi is pounded by a Chinaman
with boils or ome kind of sores on
his hands and arms. One family
who had been getting poi from there
on finding out this iaet, at once
stopped taking it, and they now cat
potatoes and lice. Either the police
or the Board of Health ought at
once to look i nio such a serious mat
ter. REFORMERS AND MALCONTENTS.
"I am perfectly wollnwaie," says
the President of the Le lslaturc in
his letter anent the bt bery case,
'that people who an dc .'rmincd to
condemn all and every r rorm mem
ber of the Legiblature will do so,
be" his actions black or white."
That is really so. "We have observ
ed the same thing. It is not right,
it is not fair. Every man' actions
should be estimated according to
their real worth, whether lie be a
"reformer," a "malcontent," or
any other kind of objectionable per
son. We are not "in accord" with
those malcontents who condemn
every act of a reformer because the
latter is know by that anomalous
appellation. Neither do we agree
with thoso gentlemen who boast of
their "reform" woik, and stigma
tise as wicked and corrupt any who
maj' not endorse their actions. Wc
arc perfectly well aware that some
people are inclined to worship every
thing clean and unclean, upstairs or
down below, as long as it is called
reform. They indulge in a plural
it' of idols of all shapes and sizes,
some sightly and some ugly, all un
der the same name. The name is
the main thing. As long as the
name is there, that's enough. All
who do not fall down and worship in
the same temple and embrace the
same creed as essential to their
Hafety and well-being, are bad peo
ple and malcontents. A malcontent
in reality is a person who happens
to run counter to the convenience or
interest of a refoimcr. A malcon
tent is bad, and only bad ; no good
tiling can come out of him.
Epitou Blli.i.tis : The public
would like to know if tho Cabinet
aro not going to insist ou His Maj
esty signing Col. Ashford's com
mission. If not, and that very
quickly too, they will como to the
conclusion thai the rumor which has
been passing around for some time
to tho effect that the Cabinet had
given His Majesty lo understand
that they would bo belter pleased it
lie would not sign, is true.
We liavo had abctt enough of
child's play hiiU petty tihkciy, in
this matter, and it is t.' out time the
Cabinet recognized tin fact, or they
'may "hear something ,rop.''
THE SriMMRLAU! mm
( Cololiol Curli5 1. iHtiUrm Has ffi
'it?np1 h'n po'ltinn ns Wiairbeflnln
i to ills j! 'Jc-'.v '.''i' Iv-c. Pnnv:
ti tin c!;'tt inve brv'i nil)' t fr
.ovi-rrl 'ir,s nil', jt v',r jp ' putilic
iy ktif . ti ttlieil ii liit, 'ur'' fuuv
ed on 'act or nr!. 'lbs PfttETiN
now atm itiu"i p'it! y 1'iat the
Cc'lonul hn ttnd-rcd in1? rcslgJia
linn, and beis "iniply cll-uhnrpinn the
Otitic of Hie otli'B iiuiii iiin ueces
fcor is nppoiiilcd. Col. luuk.a's
retirement is purely toluntnvy rind
for private reasons', His Mnjefcty
very reluctantly foregoing his ser
vices. That pori ion of the public
having dealings with the Palace will
regret tho Colonel's letircment.
Hia bearing towards all has been
invariably nffuMe and gentlemanly.
THIRD GIRGUiT COURT.
Mr. Justice McCnlly returned
from Wuioluiiu, Kuu, yesterday,
whither he unit to hold a term of
the Third Judicial Ciiouit Court.
Mr. A. P. Peteisoii, Dcp. Attorney
General, and Captain Fehlbelir, the
cau't-get-nlong-without olllcer re
turned nt the same time. There were
no jury eases. Two divorce cases wi'ie
granted and one refused. John 2s'.
Kapahti, a lawyer, was charged with
malpractice, in making collection,
and not returning the money, lit
was ordered to appear before the
full Court at Honolulu, October 8th,
to show cause why ho should not le
disbarred. Pleasant weather pu
vailed during the stay of tho Cotnt
The Hawaiian Band will give
moonlight concerts next weik at
Emma Square, Monday evening,
and at Thomas Square, Tuesday
evening. On Tuesday morning it
will play at the departure of the
King for Hawaii on the steamer "V.
G. Hall. Whenever the Vandalia
departs the bund will accompany
that vessel out of the harbor. A
welcome conceit will be tendered
the olliecrs of the U. S. S. Alert, on
Thursday evening, at the Hawaiian
Hotel. Eithcr-AVednesday or Thurs
day mornings a concert will be
given on the Post Ollicc veranda for
the benefit of business men.
From Friday, September 15th, to
Monday, 'October 15th, the band
will take ils annual vacation. Baud
master Bcrger and his boys have
well-earned a j 6st and it is to be
hoped the' will thoroughly enjoy
themselves during the time alloted.
SUPREME COURT HOTES.
In the matter of the estate o;
Mrs. Small Dickson, late ol lion .
lulu deceased, the court, McCud.
J., signed an order of probate ;
the will. The application wa-,
heard on the tliiid instant and con
tinued for the evidence of one of
the attesting witnesses. The estate
consists of cash, stocks and bonds
in Cincinnati, Ohio. V. S. A., of
the value ol 182.000. The devisees
under the wilt aie M. Dickson, ol
Honolulu, a son, Mr.. II. L. How
ard, of Los Angeles, California, a
daughter and grandchildren of the
deceased w ho arc lesidenls in Ho
nolulu. Hon. S. AJ. Damon is the
executor of the will, Judge Hait
well appem . t for the pioponcnt.
A complaint was filed this morn
ing on behalf of Juan dc Costa, of
Kan, Hawaii, noninsl one John N.
Kapahu, an Attorney at Law, of the
same pl-u c, charging the latter
with malfeasance of office
and praying for revocation
of license and restitution of fund
paid the attorney on complainant'
account. His Honor Justice Alt-
Cully, while in attendant c at ihe
Kau term, ordered the rcspondini
to show cause on Monday the crth,
of October next, why the pray, i ol
the petition should not be gianlcd.
Deputy Attorney-General A. P. Pe
terson appears for the complainant.
An order of default against d -fendant
was this morning signed li
the Chief Justice in the as-ump-it
suit of John II. Beevc vs. The Puu
loa Shaep and Stock Panch ( 'oni
pany of Waimea, Hawaii. The
amount claimed is S-ilv.U7. Creigh
ton and Ashfotd for plaintiff.
THE U. S. S. ALERT.
The U.S. S. Alert ai rived this
morning, !)1 days, M hours frpm
Callno. She Iiad bplendid wcathei
with occasional showers. The only
noteworthy event during the pas
sage was the sighting of Diamond
Head. The Alert is an iron vessel,
painted white, of 1020 tons displace
ment. She is 185 feet between per
pendicular and perpendicular and
ill feel beam. Her engines are ot
5C0 horse power and can piopel the
vessel at the rate of ten knots. The
Alert carries four guns, one GO
pound lillo and three smooth-bore
guns, one of the smooth-bores 11
inch mid two H inch. Her men all
told, number 1!).'). Tlip Alert was
ordered by a wire message to sa!
.for Honolulu, but it is not ltnm.i
how long she will remain In-i-- "i
where bho will next sail for.
Following is a list of the oilimi'.
of the Aleit:
Commander J. 1). Graham, I om
mauding. Lieut. Garvin, Exceuthe Olllcer.
Lieut. F. E. Greene.
Lieut. (J.-U. T. Mooio.
Ensign, Jno. J. Knapp.
Ensign, II. II. Whittlesey.
EnsitMi, I. K. Seymour.
Eiisign, W. W. Gilmer.
P. A. Siuc.ion, V.. II. Giceii.
Chief Engineer, 15. ('. Gcwing,
P. A. Engineer, Hold, Cnntlyul.
' Aest. Engineer, AI. A. Anderson.
Aset. Paymwster, L. S. Heap.
TM: KAMU RAwCH.
At iinon tn-dnv the well known
Kidiitlni Hunch in Kail, Hawaii.
!,.'! by Mr. G. V. C. Join was
i u..(v ui.:er ihe hntnuicr at the
At. ti h n-oin nf Mi ,). P, MiMutin.
'J'n .' tvtii a 1'iigu uiteiulanco,
? ' -"i'r tho"p piosent belntt iioiiueds
Ciuet Justice .T;jdd, Juiiei Mi Cul
lv, 5!cs-r3. r. A. acliacfer, P. V.
JatHP, W. G. Irwin, J. 0. Carter,
Cil. Liukea, C. llohe. Col. Nt)tri
ti'd J in Kna. Mr. Mmg n staled
the conditions of the yale cash in U.
S. gold coin, possession to bo given
ill thirty il.iys. Tho first bid waa
S.fl.oouhy M. Gotivare. a Porttt
gne. Col. Noma bid S51G,000
anil advances were made by the two
null 6-27 000 wua reached, when
the i ropeiiy was knocked down at
thai li'-ure to Col. Korris.
THE BAUD CONCERT.
The Band plays this afternoon nt
Emuni Square, commencing at -1 '.till
oMuik. Following is the pio
Mm oh Di Mir Strauss
Uvertuic Son and Stranger
Mnz i Kit Clematis ..
This Saturday evening tlte fourth
organ recital will be given at Kau
i.akapili Church. The admission
mI1 only be twentj'-five cents. Fol
lowing is the programme:
Sonata in DXo. 4 Onltmaut
Au M.iria d'Arcadelt Ll.t
Mr. Winy Taylor.
Solo My (Jnceu .."........ Hluincnthal
-Mr. Levi Lvtnan.
Off ertoire in G BalWtc
Jlr. Myron Jones.
Choi us Frotect them (Itubekah) . .
Bev. I. Goodcll.
olo There is. a Green llitl Tiounod
Adagio from Sonata l'atlictimie....
Introduction to thhd act Lolicngrln
'J'wo ineditutious in 10 lint and !".. .
March of the Israelite (Ell) Co'sla
.METEOROLOGICAL REPORT FOR JULY.
at 0 A.M. I.OU.II.'lIMi:.
Means for month.
Temperature IJiuonielcr fO.O
Uncoirccicd Biiionieter Beading. 30.178
i uuerted Barometer Beading.... ;t0.070
Teinpernuue. drv bulb S..7
' wet " 73.0
I) -w point . 70.7
I'.i'lnlivc humidity.. .. 754
Llaslio l'oice of aqueous vapor.. .. 07.-'
AT !) V. M. LOCAL TIMK.
Temperature Uifomeler 78.4
Uncanceled Jjaiomclcr Bc..d!ng.'.0.i; 1
Temperature, diy bulb
' wet "
liia-iie force ol aqueous vapor....
Mil iimini temperature
II liufall a per l'luriometeriiiiehco)
liXTllKMI-S 1 OK JlOXTU.
1 :rhe-i eorirt led Par. leading, I'O.Hl
hi 1. 1- :r.iili at i) a. v.,
"L-wi -l coneeted II r. leading, H0.03S
on ! 'uih and VJ h nt 0 .. Ji.
'' ' ' unipeiauue in s-liade, 88c
on the 20th.
j.... .i-i leniperatuie in shade, 70 on
tinniest dai'y r.iinfad, .2 0 inches
on die Kith.
IlKNUV COBIS- DAMS.
M. U. A. Go-.pel l'ralsc Seiviee
;:tO i: st. Come and bring a f fiend.
Services at 11 a.
Kwvaiaiiao CniJitcn. Bev. II. II.
I'.nker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
x. si. Preaching at 11 A. it.
Hall tervieo at
7:0 i. in.
Moiimok Unuiicii. Sci vices in Ha
waiian nt 1(a. m. Services in English
v ill be held at 2:00 im. All aro in
vited. Quki:x Emma Ham.. Gospel and
"uiig service for llawaiians who speak
Ihiglish at ata i'. m. Good singing.
Shon talks. Everybody welcome.
)ai'.vni:sk Sr.iivins : Gosiicl and
Song Services at 11 a.m.; Ilible Class
7 :!)0 p. m., in the Japanese Y. AI. O. A.
Itnoin, Queen Emma Hall, corner of
Ijeretanl.i and Xrmauu streets.
OiNTitAi, Union Caitoii. Bev. E.
G. Beekwlth, 1). 1)., puslur. Sunday
school aiiil Uible class at 9:45 a. m,
sci vices at 11 a. si., and 7::io p. m.
Boman Catiioi.io Oathkdual.
0 and 7 A. m low muss with Holy Coni
iimnlon. fcei vices Iu English at 7 a.
ii.; and at 10 a. m,, hli;h mass, with
sermon either in Hawaiian or Portu
guese, alternating according to the
tin co principal diifcrcut nationalities of
the church; 2 p. m., jowiry and cate-
1 Is di ; 4::0 p. M., iiiKtriieiiou and bene
diction of Ihe Blesned Sacrament.
Cjiin'KSi: Oiiuhcii. Fort street, near
corner licrclaulu. Mr. Kong Shui Keu
evangelist. Chinese Sunday school,
p:!H) A. St. Chinese and English bun
day School, :!I0 i. si. Preaching 11
A. M. itiidtf::J0 P. Si. It I til ti class 111
Chinese Y. M. O. A. Hall, 0:110 p. 31.
Si. ANDltUW'S C'AIIII'IMIAI.. Fll'nt
uuuuiug.itloii will have hcivlco atfiiliO
and OitiO a. m.
Hawaiian Evnsong at :i:!I0 p, 111.
Evening jirayer with pcrmon at 0
ii'i'loea l). in,
econd ongiegalion Bev. Geo.
Wal ace, pastor. Set vices on Sunday:
Morubiir liraver anil sermon nt ll a.
,m, E enlng jirayer mid tei nion at 7 illll
Holy Coiiiunuiioiioti the Klrt Siuidav
of ihe inoiiih m 1 1 :ic a. m,
Ulvhio Scn-lee 1 n cduvi-diivs nt7:'J0
( hlncto ('onaiecailoii, Hev. II. II.
lon.-ii Iu eh.UKc Monilug piavcr,
with winnoii, at U:1C a. 11. Snnday
toliool til 10 a. m. Eveulng praver, with
tcimon, at 7j30 r. si,
TOO MUCH MENIAL ST' AIN.
The Timberinnit says ihat nno of
the snddest and ino-t deplorable
features of ihe American charade
Istic is the over-anxiety lor the ac
cumulation ol weal ii, which too
otu n seizes the enterpiliiug citizei ,
and huriies niiu along tin- mad cui
icni ol ambition, until the madstrom
ol dcbtitictton enrolls him.
Alemliers of boards ol trade and
deulers in options aie the class most
stilijcit iu mis method of destruc
tion on the altar ut mammon. Bui
not infrequently do men engaged iu
legitimate industries, by too close
application or a. loo eager and earn
est desire to reaclt the gaol of their
ambition, sacrifice themselves unin
tentionally on the altar of mammon.
While lumbermen as a class ate
unusually exempt from the demands
of tins American Juggernaut, yet
occasionally an instance is presented
in their ranks where discretion is
ignored, and the sad results are em
bodied in a short newspaper item
announcing that the tension on the
mental calibre has been too severely
tested, the tender cord is snapped
asunr, reason is dethroned, and
too late comes the icalixntion by
those interested by the ties of con
sanguinity, that father and husband
has met disaster on the lightning
train of business ambition.
That was a sad deplorable in
stance of a Maine lumberman a few
days ago, of unintentional self-sacrifice,
by a too severe application of
business energy, when the victim
was just about to close up his busi
ness preparatory to retirement ; and
the announcement of the misfortune
closed by the remark thai last Win
ter's operations were the most ex
tensive of his business career, and
that he was confined iu the hospital
for the insane, instead of enjoying
the modern residence which he had
just purchased. Alas, for the blast
ed hopes and blighted home, made
desolate by a too eager desire to
amass accumulations of gain.
EXTRA I'i'je (Jiciini Pics today at
the "Klitc." 47 It
A J. OAKTWBIGHT, Trc.iMirer of
the Trustees of His Majesty's
Kotnte, will pay a dividend on calling
at his office
Honolulu, Sept. 15, 18S8. 47 lw
YTj'E Mvo 'his day admitted Mr .1 M.
YT Mud mild, of Honolulu, us a
p.rnior in our Ai'coi'iitni I ml Agency
usiiie s. He is uii'Iji liy.ci to si.an "'lir
til iu name, and ivIpm i- act ic aid
l.irii.er. .I.E. BOrtX&CO.
Honolulu, til.- I I 1 Hj 47 ti
O ObLI) like uni;iifii meals to go nut
V li ilie duy to sew liujuhn 18-
Klng sticct. " if lw
A QUANTITY ol ncouchand Hope,
n ll hi.es;su i'ii Me lor Iniiil inclines
mid ren nil ruuiibiK weir for steameis
oi teliooner-. Also, old Canvas Sails,
-tuiv le lor awnings oi covering for
it' -nl iificshtiicni Mand-i. Apply
OAL FKU1T MABKE.T,
t .i . Klnc street.
-Vh 5, TWO Varnished
fifij-'la X Apply to
M. N. KEXKEDY.
Corner Foit ii Henlaiiiu sts.
FOIt KENT v LEASE
et. riiHE House near the corner
of bcretunin and Piikoi
streets at present occupied by
Malcolm Blown. Poi-Beshioii given Octo.
Inr 1, ltiWI. Apply to
At Hecordel's (Jfllce, Gov. building.
Bond Wagon, nearly
So new. Price, $70; cost,
$80 ), Also, 1 second-hand (Jarotn Bil.
Hard Table, complete and in good re
pair. Inquire of
45 8t . J. P. BOV7EN.
A GENTLEMAN of over ,30 years'
bu9in("-a experience with large
lb ms in England and this Kingdom is
open for a re.encagement us Book,
ktoper, Cashier and Correspondent. Be.
fcrenccs and testimonials of the highest
order. Add i ess P. O. Box 470. Ai lm
DURING my absence from the King
(loin tho Hon. W. F. Allen will
net for me under n full power of attor.
ney in all private matters, and also In
all CHtulcs iu which I am assignee or
agent. W. C. PAltKE.
Honolulu, August 2r, 1888. 29 2m
AH SUNG, doing business under the
firm name ol Yee Hop, in H0110.
lulu, made nn assignment to Hyiniiu
Bros, this l?th duy of September, All
creditor of the cctato 1110 requested to
pieseul llu ir claims vt ith n ill days, and
dl indebted muni in. In' bnmriliaio set.
ilemcnt. NY. MAN BROS.-
AKslilliecs of 1) 1 miU i of Ah bum".
Honolulu, M-p' U, 188S, 4C lw
NOTICE to CKEDJTOIIST
npiIE linderslgiud having been ap.
J pointed Ailin'nistiaior of tho lis.
late nf John Giiiein, "f Knlihl Wuenu,
Honolulu, deceased, gives notlco lo all
cicdltois of said Jcliu (iarela to present
tUfllrjdaimadnly auilientictiltd mid with
propQfvuuclieii) whether tceuicd by
irtrTrfjaHgo or mieiwl e to him at his
1 llleo No, 15 KiMhiiiuiiuii slreet, Hono.
1'ilu, w 1'liin blx un utlis from dato or
hey will be fouvir barred.
Admhil'tinlor of the Kstute of John
Honolulu, fiept, 18, 1883. 45 lm
siiiiig Auction !
On Saturday Even'g, Sept, -16,
AT 7:30 O'Ci OCR,
At my S. ! "itn, Qmm -tie t. I will
tell ' JL'il'il Atlf it it. iv i
atul dtuiii ble iissui iiiu nrol
,1ust received, and comprising
Fntiey Prints, Fane 55ei hyip,
Striped Beige?, La lbs' Ik Hosa,
NUNS VEILING !
Luce Curia'na (in While- & Ecru),
Embroidered Table Covers,
All colors of Silks & Satins !
Iu Suit Lengths. A large variety of
Velvet anil Aiffliiisler Ris
Whltn Victoria Lawns, Ladies' Em-
br- idered & Muslin Itobcs, and
a varied assortment of
Feather Plumes & "Wings,
Ostrich Feathers, Etc.
(3$- This attention of the Ladies is
culled to this side of new and tunplc
arlieles. The articles will bu on cxliibi.
tlon on Siturthiy morning.
JAS. F. MOltGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
Houseliolft Furniture I
On WEDNESDAY, Sept, 19th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At the residence of Mr. N. Schwartz,
No. 10 School street, Wellumton Place,
(on account of removal) I will sell ut
The Entire Househ'd Furniture,
1 band. Carved B.W: Parlor Set
Upholstered in Figured Plush.
Parlor Furniture !
Lure.c Marble Top Center Table,
1 Il-llglit Pendant Channelier,
1 large Velvet Center M,
Sofa Klips, Sealskin B ur.
Lace Curlaim & l o e,
1 Pat. Bed Lounge,
In Baiv Silk. Emroidered
Foot Stoob, Vaes,
(Mirror Backs). Pictnie Frame,
Upholstered Piano Siool, Alarble
Top boquct Table , Biic-nlirae, &c.,
Ono Heavy Carved B. W. Marble-top
Clipper Spiing Mat ntscs,
1 Ash Marble-top Bedroom Set
Decorated flanging Lumps,
t lb W. Hull Siaud (Tenuesee Matble)
1 M. T. Oak Bedroom Set,
Black Walnut Dining Ibiirs,
Black Walnut Extension Table,
Crockery, Meat Safe, &c, &c.
BSpueial attention is cnllol to this
Sale of desirable Household Fninitiiie.
Tho premises w ill bo open for inspection
on TucFdav, from 9 a. m. to 3 v. m.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
By order of F. Harrison, Esq., I will
sell nt Public Auction, at my Sales
rooms, Queen street,
On FRIDAY, Sept. 21, 1888,
AT li O'CLOCK. XOOX,
Situated ou the corner of Lunnlilo and
Victoria streets, and adjoining tho
residence of Mr. N. ti. fcaehs.
The lot has a frontage of 140 ft on
Ltmalilo St., and L'GO ft on Victoria St.
and containing -18-100 acie. Water is
laid on throughout the premise, and
the grounds aie well planted with tiees.
2 Dwelling Houses !
Containing 5 Booms each, with
Stable and Ont-hoiiscs.
Premises are well fenced. The sltna
lion of this propci ty Insures good drain
age and I'ommands an extended view
fioui Diamond Head to the Uuhiuiic
The abovo offers one of the Uw op
portunities to proeuie n dcslrablo resi
dence, pleasantly located.
The stun of 92,00,0 can remain on
mortgage for 1 yeaFiitsi per cunt.
DEEDS AT PURCHASER'S EXPENSE.
For fttthcr particulars apply to F.
Harrison, Esq., or to
JAS. F. MOKGAN,
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT.
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IIAVE JUST RECEIVED A
litUIlS, k bllUUIl
Also, Ladies' Black
J 17J1 l'
On Account of ieniovel !
GEIIME CLEARANCE SALE.
BOOKS, STATIONERY & FAICI GOODS
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush it Leather ; Bisque, Glass & Parian Waie, Opera it
Marine Glasses, Telescopes,
Mt.sic Boxes, Toy , JESool, At.lliiiiis;,
And other tilings too numerous to mention. All the above
Goods will be olleied at the
LOWEST PRICES EVER aUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
'The above Goods are New,
been imported ex recent an ivals and
B OIEMETST 3B"V3BWIIS"OS -J
W. E. (JRAINHALGH,
X OC Fort Sti-ot,
i" DABGAINS "3
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
SHBLF-HARDWAEE. PLOWS & GBN'L IICBiilSE.
IVovcltieK and FaucyGoods, In JLux-efo "Variety.
MRS. H. B. CAMPBELL,
X)x'cssmulc!iiu;. Ar;.. & '
lias commenced the business of Diess-
makiug, Cutting and Kit ing, at hcrresi-
dence, No 111 Bcretnnin stuci. opiio-ite J
Ihe Hotel. The putn nuge ot tin- liidiis j
is respectfully solicited. SaiUfacliou
ONE fine Milch Cow,
price, $125. Aj ply
at the Bum.ktin Office.
91 8td oiiw
FOR, SALE or LET
HE House and Lot on
beretania strrci next In
John Ena's on the west;
large lot runs from Reietania lo Young
strret. Hfiuse contains parlor, dining
room, three lurge bedroom", kitchen
bath-room and out.hnuses Inquire of
91 tf W. C. WILDEB.
A HOUSE on School street
neai the wooden bridge,
containing live rooms, besides
billiaid.room, bathroom, kitchen and
pantry. Albo carriage house and stables
for two horses. Apply to
E. W. JORDAN,
At Waterhotisft's Fort-street Store.
Building: Lots Long
Leases. 17UVE minute' wulk from
. PostOillce. Thbty Lots,
each a-bout 1(0 feet tqunre.
Low terms. Apply to
GONSALVES & CO.,
SALE of CATTLE
pilEIUJ will he 'fold 300
JL head of I'attle, con.
slating ol excellent Milch
Cows, Steers, IUifers and
Calvis, at Hoyd's Ciittlo Pen, at Mauna
will, Kalluii, Koolnupoko,
On Saturday, Sept. 22, 88,
AT 1)4 O'CLOCK A'OOX,
MRS. BKKE bTONE.
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
X evening paper. 60 eenta per month,
COMPLETE LIKE OF
Diamond Dye Hose
Fiesb and of the Latest Design, havinp;
were selected expressly for the trade.
A small lot of
IN QUARTS & PINTS.
Juii t) hand per "Burk Corannn."
er irox, hale -53a
At F, A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S,
fauinc Bavarian Beer!
Ju t landed Ex. "C B. Bishop"
The Celebrated jpaten Brew !
Of Munich, Bavaria.
IN PINTS & QUARTS.
At F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S,
St RAPHAEL-f HE!
Of Valence, France.
An excellent tonic and highly.recom.
mended by physicians as such In cases
ol intermittent fever and in the varied
forms of debility as well as sciofuloua
and cancerous nilectloiis, often caused
by blood poleoninir, and particularly in
passive hemorrhage nnd in obstinate
IN CASES OF 1 DOZEN BOTTLES EACH
csr iroit us AJLia -a
At F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S.
! Y nnice i will be closed fiom Seplcm.
11X her 22nd to October 27th, during
my absence from the Klnedoin.
M. E. GROSSMAN,
JGtf Dentist, US Hotel st.
IT YOU WANT A SITUATION
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