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HONOLULU CARRIAGE. GO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
stroct. Telephones, 335.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 7, 1888.
lU IUJUUV J
' Nov 7
Stmr U It Bishop from Koolau
Nov 7 ,
Stmr Jus Makcc for Knpaa at 5 p in
fctuir Kttlmlloa for Walanae at 8 a m
Btmr Iwalanl for Lnhnina and Hama-
kua at 8 n in
Stmr Kaala for Waiaune and Walalua at
9 a in
From Maul and Hawaii per stmr W G
Hall. Nov 01 II Kennedy, II II "Wil
cox, K Caiton, N Omstcad, K Leo and
wife, 13 Hutchinson, 0 L Britto, II S
Ticgloan, (J Aliol. 0 Aknu, 9 lepers, 2
prisoners ami 82 deck.
For Maul and IIavnKpcr stmr Klnau,
Nov C W W Guodnle and family, Chun
Lung 11 Kulhelaiii, 0 Wert, 1' Neu
mann, W H Oormvoll.TIt Lnciis, V "V
Ashford, Mrs II O Austin, O K Stlllmnn
and wife, J I'nmara, E A. Blelcnberg,
Norman Hulbcrt and about 80 deck.
For Kauai per stmr Mlkahala, Nov C
Mr Dart, AT Atkinson, J N S Wil
liams, Mr Apol, V Knudsen, J A. Mn
jjoon ami about 120 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
IIall 4,020 bags sugar, 141 bags coffee,
1G5 awa, 13 hides, 25 head of cattlo,
and 7 hogs.
The bark Hackfcld is discharging at
the OSS wharf slowly.
The Forest Queen took sugar from the
Hall to-day. She Is pretty nearly load
ed. The Swlftsure received coal to-day.
The bark Godfrey Is repairing her
bulwarks, which were recently stove in.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Ladies' Altar Society meets at
the Convent nt three o'clock Thurs
The International lestaurant, Ma
rine si rect serves excellent meals at
A MANUSOitii'T weekly newspaper
Imp been started in Kali hi valley, by
nn enterprising native.
An English school has recently
been opened by a native Hawaiian
near the top of Knlihi valley.
Tun Hawaiian band will give a
concert at the Post Oflice to-morrow
morning for the bonelit of 'business
Tun Royal Hawaiian band sere
naded Mrd. Dominis Sr., at her lesi
dence, Washington place, this morn
ing. Mil. G. West has leased his Wai
kiki residence to Mr. Graunhalgh,
and is now back with his family at
A reception and dance will be held
on the U. S" S. Brooklyn from four
o'clock this afternoon until seven in
Me, A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
General of Schools, left 'last evening
for an inspection of the Government
schools on Kauai.
Major Wodehouse, II. B. M.'s
Commissioner, visited the Flagship
Swiftsuio yesterday afternoon, tho
usual salute being fired.
A grand clearing out sale of mil
linery is now going on at Miss Chill
burg's store, Fort street, to make
room for new holiday goods.
On Friday evening His Majesty
tho King will give a dinner at Iolani
Palace to tho Captains and oiliccra of
tho U. S. S. Brooklyn and Alort.
J. L.LnvisoN does not intend to
disturb tho band concerts with his
milk shaking machine, so hereafter
will only sell ico cream, a superior
The regular meeting of tho Wo
man's Church Aid Socioty will bo
hold Thursday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock, in the old St. Andrew's Ca
Considerable amusement was
caused by members of tho Brooklyn
and Hawaiian bands, yesterday nf
tornoon, on Fort street. T hoy sang
selections from wall-known compos
ers, while atincmbor of tho Brooklyn
band beat time.
On Friday evening the second of
the scries of practical talks to young
men will bo given in tho parlors of
tho Y. M. O. A., by Dr. F. It. Day.
Subject: "Emergencies, and how to
meet them." All young men aro
cordially invited to attend.
"Cleanliness is noxt to'godliness,"
as the old Saw has it. But a gen
tlomnn finely clad can scarcely bo
considered propeily dressed for tho
drawing room, unless his hoots have
received one of those dazzling shines
at tho bootblack stand at tho Hawai
"iiin Hotel. Tho daily and wcokly
papers ore also for sale theje.
It is probablo that Bandmaster
.Borger will arrange a combined con
cert for noxt Monday evoniug, by
tho Brooklyn, Swiftsuro and Hawai
ian bands, There i'a a band on the
Swiftsuro, but it plays more as a
string orchestra, than a brass baud.
If this concert can bo arranged it
will bo a great treat,
There will bo a cricket rantch on
Saturday afternoon at Makiki be
tween n team from II. B. M. S. Swift
Biiro and a local team captained by
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. C Honolulu Rifles nt
Engino Co. No. 2, regular meet
ing at 7:30.
Engino Co. No. 1, regular meet
ing at 7:30.
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P. at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P. at
Services at the churches at 7:30.
-i ii -.i 'ju.r-'
The sixth organ recital announced
for Friday evening at Kaumnkapili
Church has been postponed until
one eveniug next week, duo notice
of which will bo given. Several of
those announced to take part in the
recital aro otherwise engaged in Pa
tience, and there is a final rehearsal
Friday evening, which demands
A QUESTION SOLVED.
The question was raised several
times during the election yesterday,
whether ofliccrs and sailors of war
ships could vote at the place they
were stationed during election time,
provided they were in American
waters. It is learned from an au
thentic source that they could only
vote at their place of residence. For
instance, a sailor, a resident of New
York, stationed on his ship at San
Francisco, election day, could not
vote at thp latter place.
ACCIDENT TO MR. A. J. GAMP
BELL. Tuesday afternoon, between three
and four o'clock, Mr. A. J. Camp
bell was making purchases in the
store of Ii. O. Hall & bon, when he
unfortunately fell through an open
hatchway into the cellar. He was
picked up and Dr. Robt. McKibbin
was at once sent for, and after mak
ing him as comfortable as possible
had hita removed to his residence.
Here ho was attended by Dr. John
Brodie, who found the collar bone
broken. This morning Mr. Camp
bell's condition is comfortable, but
it will be some time before he gets
over the accident.
BOARD OF EDUCATION.
A meeting of the Board of Edu
cation was held yesterday, Hon. C
II. Bihop, President in the chair.
Through the courtesy of Hon. .las.
W. Smith Secretary, the .following
notes u i e given.
TaC appointment of Norman Lo
gan as principal of tho English
school at Napoopoo, South Kona,
A set of rules .were adopted re
gulatingthe care and cultivation of
the taro patches at Luhninuluua
An assistant wasappointedfor the
English hchool at Puna, Hawaii.
This was formerly a private school
and fins recently been taken on by
The Board authorized the building
of two common bcIiooJIiousus in the
district of Puna, Hawaii, one at
Kaka, the other at Malama.
The tender of C. B. Hoffgard for
the erection of a New Government
schoolhousc 20x72 at Waiinea, Kauai-,
for 1800 was accepted.
A new sehoolhouse, with two rooms
and sliding doors, to accomodate GO
pupils was authorised to be built at
Kaanapuli, Lauaina, Maui.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
BLTOltU JUDD, C. J.
Wednesday, Nov. 7th.
In re bankruptcy of Geo. D.
Frecth of Honolulu, Oahu. Hear
ing appointed on Oct. 24th, 1888,
for proof of claims and election of
assignee. Seven claims proved
amounting to 990.05. C. L. Carter
for bankrupt; bankrupt in person.
II. A. P. Carter vs. Kaaikaula.
Petition for foreclosure of mortgage.
Hearing continued from 3 1st. Fur
ther continued to 14th inst. C. L.
Carter for plaintiff ; no appearance
of or for defendant.
to tho treasury.
August Fernandez was charged
with keeping in his possession Ma
deira wine and beer contrary to law,
he being a licensed dealer. Fined
$25 and tho liquor confiscated. Ap
Nick Peterson was fined $2 for
violating express rule 2G by leaving
his hack outside of a saloon.
II. Ainu for furious and heedless
driving was fined $15.
Hawaiian Government vs. certain,
to wit, 1 case of .spirittfouH liquors.
Confiscated to tho use of the Govern
ment becauso it was not marked
with tho shipper's name and tho
quantity wus not named.
Hawaiian Government vs. 1 case
of spirituous liquors. Confiscated
to tho use of tho Government for
tho sumo reasons.
Hawaiian Government ys, Jl pases
of spirituous liquors. Mr. A. S,
Hartwell appearing for Wing Wo
Chau & Co., requests that the
liquors bo returned to thorn. Con
tinued. 1 K YOU WANT A SITUATION
A. advertise in tho Daily Bulletin.
A CHINAMAN KILLED BV A FELLOW
CODN'TItYMAN OK HAWAII.
The W. G. Hall, whiqh arrived
Tuesday afternoon, brought the
nows of a shocking murder which
took place atNapoopoo, Kcalakokua
Bay, Hawaii, on last Saturday night.
Two Chinamen lived together in a
grass hut near Kaawaloa landing,oti
laud leased by the father-in-law of
the alleged murderer. A Portuguese
named Miehado, lived in a house
adjoining and his son and a native
on last Saturday heard the two Chi
nese quariolling in a very loud and
violent manner. A moment after
they noticed the grass bouse was on
lire. They went to the spot quickly
and found tho home blazing furi
ously. One of tho Chinamen was at
a little distance from tho house wash
ing clothes in a bucket of water by
tho light of tho fire. Tho other man,
Ah Sang by name, was laid partly
in tho fire, dead and roasting away.
The natives pulled tho body out of
the fire. The Chinaman who wa3
washing was seized and securely
bound and taken to Hookcna by a
native and there given into the
charge of tho Deputy Sheriff. Early
Sunday morning the body of tho
Chinaman was further examined.
It was badly charred and a gash was
found on the neck and also a wound
on the left side near the ribs evi
dently made with a knife. The
bucket which tho Chinaman was
washing in was also found to be
covered with blood stains. Tho
Deputy Sheriff from Honokaa held
an inquest on Sunday, at noon, when
n3 examination of the body was
made by tho Government physician,
who reported the legs burned off,
tho right arm nearly off, part of the
left arm gone and the remains
charred, lie was unable to deter
mine whether the man was dead be
fore his body wa3 roasted or not.
Tho body was buried in tho even
ing. As far as could be learned the
victim was after the alleged mur
derer's wife, and this may have
been the origin of the quarrel which
On Saturday evening will be pre
sented at the Hawaiian Opera
House, by a number of our leading
local amateurs, selections from Gil
bert and Sullivan's opera Patience,
in full costume. Judging from the
rehearsals which have been taking
place for some time past, there is a
rare treat in store for the public.
The evening's entertainment vill
open with tho presentation of an
opeietta in one act, "The blind beg
gar?," by Offenbach, in which the
twfPchai actors, Mr. Zachariah Mor
gan and Mr. Bullies will be person-'
ated by Chief Engineer AV. J. Hard
ing and Lieut. Percy S. St. John of
II. U. M. S. Cormorant.
The cast in Patience will be as
follows: Patience, Miss Koso Ma
kee; Lady Angela, Mfaj Mabel
Rhodes; Lady Saphir, Miss Mist;
Lady Ella, Miss iTora Dowsctt;
Col. Calveily, Mr. F. Id. Hwanzy;
Major Murgatroyd, Mr. K. V.
Holdbworth ; Duke of Dunstable,
Mr. Tom May; Reginald IJun
thorne, Mr. T. R. Walker ; Archi
bald Groavcnor, Lieut. Percy St.
John. There will also be a chorus
of rapturous maidens who are very
lovesick, and a chouis'of ofliccrs
and dragocTns. The music of Pa
tience is in. Sullivan's best style,
and an efficient orchestra will be in
The box plan for the sale of seats
will open on Friday morning,
at tho store of J. E. Brown & Co0
Merchant street. The usual prices
will prevail. The enteitainmcnt will
be so unique in character that noth
ing bhort of a ciowdcd house may
"THE CRAHD OlFmAH" AT SEVENTY
NINE. Mr. Gladstone is never disap
pointing. When the fragments of
the English legislative machine
scattered on its yearly breuk-up, I
predicted that the grandest old frag
ment of all would keep right on
with his political fighting, and so lie
has. In fact, he is absolutely out
doing himself, and making Glad
stone at seventy-nino eclipse in all
ways the Gladstones of former years.
Ho speaks more rapidly and for a
longer time than ho lias ever done
before, as professional stenograph
ers will agreo. In fact, on Tuesday
Gladstono's nudienco gavo out,
while he was still fresh and vigor
ous. The speech was all about Ire
land. Eyery one in tho huge, out
door meeting meeting at Ilawarden
was deeply attentive, tand tho grand
old man waB m his finest form. But
when he had poured out four col
umns in a steady stream, tho crowd
all the while packing itself closer
and closer around him, men and
women fainting lieie aud there fre
quently, Mr. Gladstone felt called
upon to stop, and did so, expressing
his rgret at being compelled to by
circumstances to curtail his remarks.
At tho close his voico was as strong
and kis delivery as rapid as at tho
commencement of his speech. Be
fore tho political oration he had
just talked two columns full about
ancient pottery and tho potter's art
to a select audience in his library.
All topics seem to come within Mr.
Gladstoue'q range, fiom questions
of statesmanship tq the length of
time that should be dovotcd to
chewing meat London Dispatch
to Boston Herald.
an mirwt: : w ,' ijjhjh
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN la a live
JL eveuing paper. 60 Qcuti per mouth.
A CHANGE TO COMPARE.
Tho result of tho Presidential
election in this city in 1884 was as
follows: Blaine and Logan 424;
Cleveland and Hendricks 115; Bon
Butler 4 ; St. John 4 ; Lockwood 1 ;
Toombs 1 ; Daniels 1. Total votes
THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION.
The polls closed at Gracnhalgh's
store at C o'clock last evening and
tho counting was at once commenc
ed. Thero were in all thirty-two
challenge in this district, one be
cause the would-be voter had a bet
on tho election. About 7 o'clock
the result of the voting was an
nounced by Mr. "VV. W. Hall as fol
lIAUMSON AND MORTON.
District No. 1, City 223
District No. 2, U. S. S. Brook
District No. 3, U. S. S. Alert. . . 40
CLEVELAND AND THUOMAN.
District No. 1 134
DistrictNo. 2 173
District No. 3 29
CUKTIS AXD HiaOINTON.
DistrictNo. 1 32
DistrictNo. 2 0
DistrictNo. 3 0
FISKE AND imOOKS.
DistrictNo. 1, 7
DistrictNo. 2 0
District No. 3 0
Scattering, 1. Total votes cast,
735. Collection for Honolulu Li
Signed W. W. Hall,
Judge of Election.
J. II. FlSIIEK, ) T
L. Cables, Rectors.
" ? TTnNfT-EIN' I Tollers.
J. J. EOAN, J
There was considerable cheering
when tho result was announced. A
call was made for speeches, when
Eugene Lee, the Iron Works orator,
mounted the rostrum, aud had ut
tered the words "My friends," when
he was intcruplcd with loud ciies of
"rats" and other unparliamentary
expressions. It was too much for
him and he got down disgusted, the
lights "oiii'i out at the snmo lime.
Reaching the sidewalk Eugene com
menced again, aud thero was con
siderable banty between him and a
petty ollleer from one of the war
ships which created intense amuse
ment. At Halstead'8 Mill, Waialua,
Cleveland and" Thu'rfnali received 7
out of 12 votes cast.
The following may be interesting
showing how tho different States
were represented by votes at the
polls at Gracnhalgh's store :
Arkansas 1, California 157, Colo
rado 1, Connecticut 8, Delaware 1,
Georgia 1, Illinois 17, Indiana 3,
Iowa 3, Kansas 1, Kentucky 1,
Maine 10, Maryland 3, Massachu
setts 43, Michigan 4, Missouri G,
Nevada 3, New Hampshire 5, New
Jersey 2, New York 70, Ohio 10,
Oregon 3, Pennsylvania 23, Rhode
Island 0, South Carolina 2, Vermont
2, Virginia 3, West Virginia 3, Wis
consin 2, Nebraska 1, Washington
Territory 1. .,
The following States were not re
presented at the polls: Alabama,
Florida, Louisiana, Minnesota, Mis
sissippi, North Carolina, Tennessee
and Texas. ,
TWO SUFFERING MONARCH'S.
The visit of the Emperor "William
to Romo is like a moral earthquake.
I learn -from private letters that one
half of the confusion and irritation
that it is creating is untold in news
paper circles, and that were the
journey of his Majesty still undecid
ed upon even King Humbert would
beg to be excused. Thp King is
very ill, far more so than ho knows
himself or the court believes. I am
assured that his condition is very
much like that of King Alphonso
was a faw months before his death.
Queen Margaret tries to appear
cheerful, but she is fast losing cour
age, as tho morning news is brought
her of the nightly attendance of two
or more physioians at her husband's
bedside. Consumption is fast wast
ing the iron constitution and energy
of tho King of Italy, and this is all
the more serious because at no time
has much faith been placed in the
life of the young Prince. This ex
plains somowhat the keen interest
shown n the marriago of tho Duke
Emperor Wjlliam is ill, too. Re
ports hero add that the tiresome
ear malady of tho young sovereign
Is slow and constant torture, pro
ducing in part a seeming insano de
tire for continual motion and excite
ment. Add. to this suffering the
thunderbolt -of the publication of his
father's journal, with the assurance
that there is plenty more of the
same kind to come, and it can bo
judged that it is not so pleasant a
matter, even to tho ironclad German
Monnrch. Frunco has thusjtar been
faithful to her discretion, and the
published comments on the Em
peror Frederick's memoirs are
scarcely underlined with satisfaction.
THE ONLY LIVE PPER la
J. Honolulu "lW Dally Bulletin.
50 coats por month.
JOB PRINTING ot ullkihdi eiG.
euled at the Dxnr Buluitiv Ofljce.
KeUett under Ml htad art chirgeil 10 ctr.l$
per Untfpf Ihijlt tt ituertlon, and S ctntt per lint
trtry tiiltional inttrUcn.
VAN'S BOAT BOTLDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
Life Insurance Co.,
OP NEW YORK.
CathAtieti, Dacombor31, 1007
Those who dcslro safe aud profitable
Life Insurance arc invited to apply to
S. It. HOSE,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Islands. oct-0 88-ly
MAKE ROOM FOR
During Mr. Fishel's absence, who
went East to buy his Holiday
Goods, our entire stock of
Fancy Clothing, Shoes, lints &.
Caps, Millinery, &c
Will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
In order to mnko room for New
Goods. Wo will offer the
Biggest Bargains in
DRY ml FANCY GOODS!
In this oountry.
Our $5 Hats will be sold for $2.75 ;
Our $6 Hats will bo sold for $3.75;
Our $3 Hats will bo sold for $1.75;'
Our $10 Hats will be sold for $0.00;
Our $15 Hats will be sold for $8.75.
Wj toe Mints
Goods will be slaughtered for
THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
Boys' Fine Straw HatG only 25
Our Linen Lawns take tho cako.
Price our Bibbons !
Our stock of Ribbons is complote and
you may expect bargains.
We Must and wo-Will sell in order to
mako room'for Now Goods.
CHAS. J. FBSHIEL.
Corner o( Fort & Hotel Streets.
OU8TOMEBS having our Soda Water
or Lemnnado Bottles (ompty) on
hand will greatly oblige by notifying
us by telephone or o hei wise, and they
will at oncu hu rent fur. Hotlles retained
longer thun one month will bo charged
for. Telephones: Bell, 172; Mutual, UoO.
J. K. BROWN ft CO.,
Proprietors, Tithiti Lemonade Works.
NOTICE is hereby given that at a
meeting of tho undersigned part,
ners of tho Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co,
It was resolved to accept tho charter
granted September 27, 1888, by tho
Minister of Interior lor tho Incorpora
tion of the Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co.,
(Limited ) W. II. DANIKLS,
A. N. KKI'OHCAI,
J. D. HOLT,
Wailuku, Maul, Oct. 4, 1688. 05 Gw
Dissolution ot Oopurtnor
ship. aHEco-parlnershlp heretofore exist
. ' lug between tho undersigned, con.
slitutlng the Arm of the tUwuiiuu Fruit
ii Taro Co.. in Wailuku, Maul, has this
day been dissolved bv rrmiuiu consent;
the assets and liabilities of said llrm
being transferred to tho Hawaiian Fruit
& 'faro Co , (Incoipouted )
" ' W. II. PANIEL.S,
J. D, lJQln,
A. N. KEPOIKAI.
Wailuku, Maui, Oot. 4, 18S8. 05 Cw
iMMummtmHJpi m nnwm9iitmSiiftftiittf
G3 & 65 FOKT STREET.
NEW GOODS !3fc NEW GOODS !
Tho Indies are invited to inspect our
SKW STttCBC r DRY UOlS & FANCY goods
Received by Inst steamer and personally selected by Mr. S. Ehrlich. Tho
stock comprises many novelties in every department.
Prices aro Bed Rock. A largo assortment of
Dress Qoods in all New liacies !
Embroideries, Laces it Oriental Lace, Flouncing,
Fancy Flannels, Flannelette, Triyot & Ladies'
Largo Assort, in Dross Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Chatnbray & GiieiUts.
INe-w- 3NoveltieN iu L.ruUeR liorllix fyim-vrlM !
Ladies' Cnssemcre Scarf Shawls in all .shades,
Hosiery, Conots it Underwarc at low prices,
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets !
Wo call particular attention to our Shoo Department.
A Full liinc of Iindlen' French Kid llntton Shoes,
A Full Kiino or cnt' Shoo",
Children' French Kid Shoes at Bod Rock Price.
In all Widths, Colors it Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and Children's Clothing
Gent's Bathing Suits at $1.50 a Suit.
G3 & 65 Fort Street.
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3EQ-.:re Sc COIWCJPuSk.TS'Y'.
Ben! s Furnssiiggw
To lie fold Is any store in the Kingdom !
Desire to inform Ills many friends; and
the public of Honolulu in geueial,
Urn' be has puichuml thu
HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY
No expense litis been rparoJ hi com.
ph'tely lcnovating this establishment.
White Jubor only will bo employed
as much as possible.
Strict nttuutiou will bo paid to wash
ing, ro us to prevent all Rough Wear or
Usage whllo undergoing the cleaning
Special terms for Families, Hotels,
Restaurants, Lodging-houses and Ship,
pintr. Small rensilra will be done free
of charge. Wnslilng will bo called for
aud dolUored freo of charge at any part
Guarantees tatiafaciion and no more
complaints to. be heard from patrons.
Gtvu u a trial and bo convinced that
wo mean bUflness. Hell Telephone 100.
Oltfci!, Queen street; Waiklkl ndf of
Hackfcld &, Co. Bell Telephone 308.
HOUSE to liET.
rpUE House and Premises
JL lately occupied by W. S.
Luce, Khi., situate on Union
street and Adams Lane, Tho House
contains parlor, !l bedroom;, 2 dressing,
rooms, hallway, dining room, ptntry and
kitchen. There is alto a to.tage In thu
grounds with !I room?, stable, carriage,
noiibo and eeivnut's ro nn. The place in
iu pnrfrct order. PcdsuMdon given at
onco. Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
87 tf No. 27 Merchant street.
IN answer to sovcr.il enquiries con
cerning Whulo Boat Frames, wc
havo now iu course of construction,
!J Whale Boat Frames 74 feet by 112 feut
long. Tliebo frames aro bent hi ono
piece ot oak, and held to shape, thus
rcmilrlng little tact to set them up aud
build. The full fraino for such boats,
Including cants, 45 sections hi number,
Is sold at $2; with large stems on keel,
and ready td plank $40. They aro nqt
intended to bo clinker bulUi nor as tho
frail hnpoitcd whnlu boats proper, but
aro intended for rough use and durabi
lity, yet hght withal, for tlshlng and
trad(lig purposes. We have exported
these frames and Intend doing so, and
mako this offer to atuatetus and others
desirous of trying their hand, with
plenty of lelsmu and small ca?i to mako
n iiiihiiieai, win ueiui mimed io any
given model from C to 23 tout, Also on
hand for sale Surf and Pleasure Boat.
Hloius, Knees ami Timbers. Mutual
'i'elophono No 32.1.
DOVER & SON,
76 tt Boat Builder,
LAUDS FOR LEASE.
PARTIES desiring Good
Hjuso Lots and Acrl-
icultuial Lands may inquire
of the undersigned:
There arc 10 House Lots nt Ilainohnmo.
Waikiklj 0 ot these being near' tho Gov.
emmeut roud and clofo to the sea beach.
1 Homo hot at 1'alolo, Oahu.
1 Houto Lot at Kauluwelu, Oahu.
1 Lot, a beautiful grove of trees on tho
bauks of a running stream abovo the
falls of Walkahalulu, and including thtt
1 Land at Hauula, Oahu.
1 Laud at Ewa, Oahu.
4 Lots at Polani, Lahalnn, Maul.
1 Land nt Nahiku, Maul.
1 Land at Hamukua, Hawaii.
CSTThe above Lands will bo leased
for tho term of 10 to 15 years. A ppl y
to J. HELELUHE,
nonelulu, October 23. 1888. t)l Sw
ONE fine Milch Cow
price, $109. Apply
at tho Bulletin Office.
04 8ld oaw
tho teniporsry nbsenco of
JL our Mr.
Wm, U. Irwin from lhi
Kingdom Mr. Frank P. Hastings will
act for our bank in all mutters of bus).
OLAUS SPItECKELS & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 2, 18!8. 71) 8w
i1X account of
111 health I havo an.
pointed Mr. O. Bolte to b? niv
agent und to transact all niv business
nndor full power of aitornov.
Honolulu, October 27, 1888. 81 lw
AT the King's Stable,
on King btrert, Pa
lamn, 0 good work Mules
and Harness all complete,
well broke; also 0 head of good Amri.
cauHortes; also 1 ireh young Jersey
Cow, woll broke to milking; 1 live year
Old Norman Stallion with a good pedt.
grce, a sure fool getter, and an r lady
can drive him, fears nothing. Aiiyouo
wi'blug to purchase please call and
examine stock. I havo owiml the stook
sometime and have raised koine of it
on my own rnch In 'an Mateo C untv.
Cul, HENRY WOKMINGTON,
. 81 2w