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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hackstand: Itfoi chant and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
FRIDAY, NOV. 9, 1888.
Bk Knlaknua from Tahiti
Schr Kaaloknl from Kiiu.u
Bkt Planter fioin San Fiauclsco
Stmr V G Hnll lor Liihnina, Maalaea,
Kona. Kan and the Volcano ut 10
o'clock a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sh Daniel Humes for Hongkong
Uk Forest Queen for San Fi auuTseo
For Maul, Hawaii and the Volcano,
per Btinr W Q Hall, Nov 0 : Volcano
.Mr and Mrs Wells. Other ports P
Lee, MrsKalua, Miss L Paris, Miss 12
K Thompson, It Oinstcad, D V Bailey,
Kamtioku, Miss li Ihilii, aiul about CO
Tho bark Kalakaua, Capt Ilenclcisoii,
an Ived this morning 17 days from Ta
hiti. Capt ltoss and Mr Uatheait, who
went on tno Kalakaua, leturneu by nor.
Capt Cook, "The Pirutc," as ho ealls
himself, has also come by the Iruk.
Capt Cook left Honolulu ab chief olllcer
of the biig Haaid about 10 mouths ago.
Ho left the Huaid at Kaiotong.v and
shipped on the New Zealand tuulcr,
Julia Pilce, which was locently wreck
ed. The Captain aulvcd at Tahiti tho
day tho Kalakaiu did, and he shipped
on her. Tiio Kalakaua did not make a
very piofltablo trip. About S2 head of
the cattle died dining tho passage. The
bcliooner Phnme Cliapman, Capt Lo
vell, which left heio several months
ago for Tahiti had not arrived. The
yacht Casco was at Tahiti and H com
ing to Honolulu.
JONES-FULLER At the Central
Union Chinch, Honolulu, November
8th, by the Rev. L G. Beckwith, D.
P., Edwin Austin Jones, to Isabel
LOCAL & GENERAL -NEWS.
Plenty of mud.
A notice to the
Mk. W. II. Cathc.ut
tei his trip to Tahiti.
looks v ell .if-
Admiral Iluneagc is inspecting
II. 13. M..S. Coimoi.mt to-day.
TwxurY-nvn pupils attended the
Y. M. C. A. singing clabs last even
ing. i i m
Messrs. Bolster & Rupprecht house
and fresco paintois have a card in
The cattle which were taken to
Tahiti on the Kalakaua only brought
.i32 a head, and that in French
There will bo no cricket match to
moriow afternoon, It is piobable it
will bo arungod for one afternoon
A tew pahb of those pretty little
pots, guinea pigs, are for sale at No.
37 King street, near the lower tei
minus of Liliha street.
At a meeting of tho Board of
Prison Iiidpectois held yesterday,
Mi. A. S. Hal (well was appointed
chaiiman,nnd Mr.T.R. Walker secie
tary, of tho Board.
All young men are invited to at
tend at the Y. M. C. A. parlors this
evening, and hear Dr. F. R. Day give
a practical talk on "Emergencies,
and how to meet them."
The boc plan for Saturday even
ing's entertainment opened this
morning at the store of J. E. Biown
fc Co.,and so far the sale of scats lias
been larne, indicating u vory full
The Bulletin acknowledges with
thanks a lino slice of wedding cako
from tho parties whoso mairiago is
recorded in anothei column. May
life to them bo ovor as full of sweet
ness as is the cako I
It is no hard matter to get bunches
of bananas within a few miles of Ho
nolulu considerably exceeding 100
pounds each, and the Boston lecord
of 1G0 pounds can bo beaten by a
vaiicty of nativo banana which
grows wild in some of tho gulches on
Justin Domain has assumed ohargo
of the rcstauiant on Marino stieet,
near tho libh market, recently con
ducted by Joo Rodoricquo. Tho new
incumbent is an experienced cook.
Genuino East India currio and mango
chutney aio promised as a regular
feature of ovciy day's dinnci,
At the annual meeting of tho
Union Feed Company tho following
officers were elected for tho ensuing
E. C. Macfailalio President
II. R. Macfailano. , . .Vice-President
F. W, Macfarlano Treasurer
B. F, Giaham Secretin y
E. G. Schuman, , .Auditor
This string band of n. B. M. S.
Swiftsuro will play tho fgllowing se
lections at tho entortainmont to-morrow
ovoning, under tho direction of
Baudinastor II. E, Loseby:
Overtuie Ocean Pearls. .Hermann
Violin Solo Fantasia do Concert
(II Trovatore) AJlard
Mr. H. E. Losoby,
Vulso D'orothy Cellier
IIdavy slioweis ot rain fell during
tho early morning, cooling tho at
RoYAii Arch Chapter meets this
evening at 7 :30 to confor past nmslors
and most excellent ranks.
Tins evening tho King will en tor
lain tho Captain and office s of th
U. S. S. Biooklyn and Aloit at din
A shock of earthquake was felt at
nbnul twenty minutes boforo G
o'clock last evening. It only lasted
a few seconds and moved from cast
Hts Majesty tho ICing loaves for
Waikapu, Maui, next Tuesday, and
will bo the guest of Major W. 11.
Cornwall. On the lGlh thcro wUl bo
a beries of liorso races at Waikapu,
to celcbi.vto His Majesty's birthday.
The Debating Society had a lively
debate on land mortgages last even
ing. X no suDject lor tno nexv meet
ing is: "Resolved, That tho House
of Nobles is an unneccssaiy adjunct
of tho Hawaiian Legislature, as the
llouso of Representatives is suillci
ently largo and competent to conduct
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Piactical talk by Dr. Day at the
Y. M. C. A. parlors at 7:30.
Pacific Degree Lodgo No. 1, D. of
R. at 7:30.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, I. O. R.
M., at 7:30 o'clock.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 7 o'clock.
Drill of Co. C Honolulu Rifles at
Hawaiian Council No. G89 Arneri-.
can Legion of Honor at 7:30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
IVY I,. J. I.EVEY.
Regular cash sale at 10 a. m.
when will bo offeied a general as
sortment of merchandise, lamps,
plants, books, etc.
At noon 5G cases of St. Louis
BY J. r. MORGAN.
At 7 o'clock p. m., evening saje
of jewelry, silver ware, house fur
nishing goods, etc.
Friday, Nov. 9 th
ITaaheo, assault and battel y
Kaui, lined $4.
Hop On and Sum See Hop were
chaiged with violating ohaptei 2,
section 3 ot the session law -.of IfJ.SG,
by lepaiiing a wooden building with
out pei mission in writing irom the
Minislrt of Interior. Found guilty
as charged and each lined $75. Ap
Win. Moore charged with vag
rancy, was remanded to the 13th.
A PAY BALLON THE I6TH.
The lGth of this month is the
King's birthday, and is a public
holiday. Of late j'ears it lias been
observed as the regular annual re
gatta clay, but no preparation ap
pears to have been made in that di
rection this year. Tlife only events
so far announced for the 10th aie
the shooting match at the H. R. A.
lange and the ball ot Engine Co.
No. 1, which latter event is to take
place on the evening of that day, in
the Armory of the Honolulu Hilles.
Every preparation is being made to
ensuie popularity and success. The
pcrsonel of the several committees
entrusted witli the vaiious dutie3
appertaining to the ball, arc a
strong guai antee of success as far
as prepaiations and arrangements
aie concerned. The rest is entirely
in the hands of tho public, and can
be supplemented by their attend
ance. To bring it within the leach
of all, admission is placed at the
unusually modciate figure of ono
dollar. Tickets mav be procured at
tho bookstores, or of members of
A VALUABLE PROPERTY.
On the 2Gtii of tho piesent month,
if not privately disposed of before
thatdate,Mr. L. J. Levey will sell at
auction, by order of Hon. II. A.
Widemanu, a valuable property at
Waikiki. The property comprises
about 27J acres of land in fee sim
ple, of which about twelve acres are
set out in fish ponds mid eight acres
planted with tnanienio grass. The
fish ponds are stocked with tho
vaiioties of fish known as mullet,
carp, and awa. Theso ar6 now
ready for market. The grass land
is very productive, and yields three
crops per annum. Mowing machines,
hay presses, wagons, and other
utensils belonging to a well-appointed
farm go with the land. Theio is
a neat little nearly-new cottago of
three rooms andnumeroRsout-bulld-iugs
on the premises.
Along with the property above
mentioned, and immediately joining
it in the rear, is a leasehold of near
ly two acres, with buildings thereon.
It is well adapted for, and is at
piesent stocked with, pigs and pouU
try.' Theso, with tho leasehold, will
he included in the Mile of the free
The location of the propeity adds
to its value. It is by the sido of the
Waikiki road, between Sunny South
and tho Bath House. The tramway
will pass within a few feet of it, and
is now nearly completed so far.
Full particulars can be obtained
by application to Mr. F. W. Macfar-
l lano or to Mr. L. J. Levey.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
X 2d columns, purely local matter
Mulled to foieign countries, $0 per
A lmiUJANT WEDDING AT THE CTN
TKAIi UNION OHUnOII.
On Thursday evening at tho Cen
tral Union Church, Mr. Edwin Aus
tin Jones, son of Mr. V, C. Jones,
of tho houso of Chas. Ihewer & Co.,
was united in marriage to Miss Isa
bel M. Fuller, daughter of Captain
Andrew Fuller, harbor master. The
decoiations at the church won gen
eral admiration. In front of tho
pulpit platform was a beautiful bank
of evergieens and while flowers,
while on the platform itself stood
large pots of elegant feins. On tho
pulpit desk was an immense boquet
of the choicest flowers. From the
front of the otgan to each sido of
tho choir gallciy was extended
wj'caths of smilax, and on the choir
desks stood potted ferns. The whole
effect was very unique.
Shortly before th time announced
for the ceremony Mrs. A. F. Judd
played appropriate selections on the
organ with her wonted skill. Punc
tually at 7:30 o'clock the fami
liar strains of the Lohengrin Bridal
March were heard fiom the organ
announcing tho arrival of tho bridal
party which entered the church in
the following order: The ushers,
Messrs. A. W. Carter, J. O. Carter,
Jr., W. II. Lowers and S. A. Mon
sarrat ; Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Jones,
Mr. E. Faxon Bishop, best man and
Miss Clara Fuller, bridesmaid, the
bridegroom and Mrs. A. Fuller, the
bride and her father, Captain A.
The church was well filled by a
distinguished company of specially
invited friends. Alter the biidal
paity had taken position in fiont of
the pulpit platform the Rev. E. G.
Beckwith, D. D., pastor of Cential
Union Chinch, commenced the cere
mony, using the beautiful scrvico
of tho Episcopal Church of America.
Tho Rev. Doctor read it in a most
impressive manner and the re
sponses 1)3' the bride and groom
were distinctly heard all over the
church. At the close of tho cere
mony the bridal party left the
church to the strains of the Men
delssohn Wedding March.
A leccption was held later at the
residence of the brides parents, Ku
kui street. As the newlj- married
couple arrived at the house they were
again gieeted with the familiar strains
of the Mendelssohn Wedding Marcli
fiom the R03-.il Hawaiian Band,
which was stationed on tho lawn in
front of the house. The reception
was held in the main parlor. " The
hoiibo was most beautifulh decorated
with llovveis, bitch as can only he
found in a liopical climate, as well
as with evergrei-ns, and everywheie
could be seen tioral pieces and huge
bouquets, lhc piano in the lecep
tion loom was one bank of lovely
flowers, and alti acted much atten
tion. The whole effect of the decor
ations was exceedingly picltj.
Tljp biidal couple lcoeivcd in one
corner of the room standing undei
neath an evquibite floral bell wi ought
of white Cluysanthemums and mses.
The invited guests as they ai rived
weie leceived in tile most eoidi.il
manner by Capt. and Mrs. Fuller
and then piesentcd to ihe newly
mairied couple by the ushers. On
either side stood Mr. and Mrs. P. C.
Jones and the bridesmaid and best
man. For over twQ.houis there was
one continuous stream o' invited
guests, the house being taxed to its
The bride was attired in a lovely
costume ot white faille Fiancais
with train and the. usual veil. The
pi ebents wet e displayed in a 100m
to themselves and the writer is un
able to describe the beautiful array.
One might have gone tlnough the
room a dozen times and then not
have seen one half of them. A
more elegant display has seldom
been seen in this city, and only goes
to show tho high esteem in which
tho young couple are held in this
community. One present is a ic3i
dencc in Nuuanu Avenue hand
somely furnished, the future home
of the happy pair. They start out
on life's journey in the most auspi
cious manner, and the Bulli.tin
joins in wishing them many years of
Refieshments in abundanco were
served during the evening and -all
present had a slice of the wedding
cake, itself a work of art. Tho
Royal Hawaiian Band played appro
priate selections during the evening
and it was after 10 o'tlock whon the
last of the guests took their depart
ure. The newly married couple arc
spending the honeymoon at the sum
mer residence of Hon. S.M. Damon,
Among the invited guests wero :
His Majesty tho King, attend
ed by Mr. Jus. W. Robeitson, Vice
Chamberlain, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
Ills Honor the Chief Justice and
Mrs. Judd, His Excellency the U. S.
Minister Besident and Mrs. Meirill,
Major J. II. Wodehouse, H. B. M.'s
Commissioner, Scalier Canavarro,
Portuguese Commissioner, Hon. C.
RV Bishop, Mr. Justice and Mis.
McCully, Mr. Justice and Mrs.
Dole, His Ex. Jona Austin, Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs and Miss
Austin, His Ex. L,. A. Thurston,
Minister of Interior, Hon. S, M.
and Mrs. Damon, Hon. J. B. and
Mrs. Atherton, Hon. Henry and
Mrs. Wat,erliou8c, Revs. II, II.
Paiker, E. G. Beckwith and George
Wallace, Hon. W. O. and Mis.
Mrs. Smith, Hon. J. T., Jr. and
Mrs. Watei house, Mr. aud Mrs. C.
M. CooUe, Hon. W". F. and Mrs.
Allen, Major and Mrs. Gulick, Rev.
W. C, ape Mrs. Merritt, Rev. S. E.
mid Mrs, Bishop, Lieut, Mooro U,
S. N. and wife, Captain Graham U.
S. S. Alert, Lieut, and Mrs. Knapp,
Mv. and Mrs. C. A. Denig, Mrs. J.
O. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Louisson,
Mrs and Mis9 Bishop, Mrs. I.
Richaulson, Mr. G. W. and Mrs.
Smith, Mr. Hugh and Mrs. Gunn,
Mr. J. C. and Mis. White, Mrs. C.
H. Judd, Marshal and Mrs. Sopor,
Mis. A. Mackintosh, Mr. E. O. ami
Mrs. Wuilc, Nr. W. W. and Mrs.
Hall, Mr. J. A. and Mrs. Hassingcr,
Mr. W. L. and Mrs. Hopper, Mrs.
Gilinnu, Mr. and Mrs. Ilyman, Mrs.
Waterlioitbo, Mr. F. J. and Mrs.
Lowrey, Mr. John H. and Mrs.
Paty, Mr. T. R. and Mrs. Walker,
Mis. Neumann, Capt. Ackland, R.
N.,Mr. and Mrs. Vida, Mrs. Wid
dcrflcld, Mrs. Cornwell, Mrs. Atkin
son, Mr. O. and Mrs. Boltc, Mrs.
Rosa, Mr. S. B. and Mrs. Rose,
Rev. G. II. Marwood, R. N., Mr.
and Mrs. Shaw, Mr. T. F. aud Mrs.
Lansing, Mr. F. M. nnd Mrs.
Swaiuy, Mr. J. M. and Mrs. Dow
sett, Mrs. W. C. Wilder, Mr. and
Mrs. Livingstone, Mrs. Twccdie,
Mra. Dudoit, Mr. and Mrs. Winter,
Mrs. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Jordan,
Prof. M. M. and Mrs. Scott, Hon.
J. I. Dowsctt, Mr. C. II. and Mis.
Nicholl, Mr. D. P. apd Mrs. Peter
son, Dr. J. S. McGiew, Mr. B. F.
and, Mrs. Dillingham, Captain and
Mrs. Staples, Mr. W. and Mrs.
Robertson, Mrs. Rcimensclmeider,
Mr. E. W. and Mrs. Peterson, Mrs.
Perry, Mrs. Ross,- Dr. and Mrs.
Whitney, Mrs. J. Damon, Mr. .
W. and Mrs. Damon, Mr. F. P. nnd
Mis. Hastings, Mr. and Mrs. C. L.
Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Bushee, Mi.
A. J.. Jr. and Mis. Cartwright, Mrs.
Covington, Mr. Geo. P. and Mrs.
Castle, Mr. and Mrs. Lishman, Mr.
W. II. and Mrs. Hoogs, the Misses
Finkler, von Holt, Green, Dora
Dowsett, Barnard, Carter (2),
Louison, Mclntyro (2), Coney,
Walker (3), Judd. Bollcs, Rhodes,
Cornwell, Mist, Atkinson, Ladd (2),
Mossman, Tanner, Dudoit, Rose,
Chafee, Snow, Malone, Spooner,
Makee, Winter, Dillingham, Freer,
White, Grey, Knight, Brown,
Wilder, Lishman; Messrs. J. T.
Arundel, G. II. Tweedie, E. C.
Macfarlane, J. S. Walker, Jr., S.
Caitcr, Gieig, Robertson, Lyman,
F. Mclntyre, M. Goldberg, A. W.
Riehardbon, F. M. aud II. Lewis,
Lucas, C. Mutt, J. L.'Torbert, Hal
stead, Sproull, Tucker, T. M. Star
key, S. G. Wilder, Louisson, Hall,
Iluslace, Myron Jones, Pamon, E.
L. Marshall, II. Burger, Covillc,
Gilnuin, Hyde, Foster, A. Ascli
hciin, Ilobron. Baldwin, and others.
Mis. Acton, an American lad3,
I1asur1duapcdesl11.u1 lour of live
hundred miles iu Scotland, wheeling
her two small children in a baby
carn.ige. She was walking for her
health, by the advice of physicians,
and it helped bur.
The autumn fashions in London all
promise to be gorgeous. The liking
for strong color is tiiumphing over
esthetic prejudice. Houses are be
ing painted in sliong tone3 of or
ange, and there aie other indica
tions of a reveisal of public taste.
The portion of the Great St. Ber
nni,d pass which has hillieito been
available for pedcstiians and mules
only is about to be converted into a
carriage road, and the necessary
funds for the woilc have been voted
by the Swiss Council.
The King of the Netherlands, who
is dying, has been in a precarious
stale for seveial months, and now
is v heeled about fiom 100111 to room
in a chair, and is even unable to
sign Iiib name.
The discussion about marriage in
England leads a lady thiity years
married to make this ciiticisnl on
the prayer book: "Tho Anglican
service lowors the wife and sets the
husband on a pedestal not at all
suitable to him, filling him with no
tions of marital supremacy which
arc the cause of half the unhappi-
ness of married life."
The French have discovered a
method of making smokeless powder,
the detonations of which aie scarcely
audible, so that tho firing will not
icvcal the whereabouts of an army.
This invention and the superiority
of tho Lebel riflo have excited great
attention in military circles in Eu
rope, and are likely to effect a revo
lution in warfare,
A band of pirates on board of a
junk were recently captured in a
most novel manner. A French
aimed steamer followed the junk
up a liver, the pirates expecting to
escape when night came on. Much
to their surprise tho steamer had an
electric light, which it turned upon
tho junk and resulted in the capture
of the vessel and the pirates.
Thcro are 83 persons in France
claiming to bo centenarians betwecu
one hundred and one hundred and
twelve years of age. Tho women
form a largo mnjority, there being
42 women to 31 men. It is the
opinion of a French scientist that
the chances of a person in the Nine
teenth century reaching ono hun
dred years of ago arc one in la, 81)0.
It appears that the Argentine Re
public is rapidly advancing toward
the position of an important grain
cvporting country. Immense tracts
of pastnrc are being converted into
larm laud, and while, a few years
ago, not sufllcieut wheat was raised
to supply tho homo market, the ex
ports of this cereal last year amount
ed to about seven million bushels.
The number of 1 capers imported
into tho country last year was
THE ONLY PAPER read by all
X plaescb "The Dally Bulletin' 60
crcry unnmanat tfwrmon. " " vo- m man - m w m ot n M
. ., . f i' . ';iB
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear ol Lucas' Mill.
HPIIE nunual meeting of th. Uwallnn
X Riflo Association will be held at
the Hawaiian Hotel, on SATURDAY
EVENING, nt 8 o'clock, for the purpose
of electing Ulcers for the rnsuine year.
C. H. N1COLL,
93 8t Bccrctary.
iKear Fish Market
Iloaril Per Week
5 Contn Kncli.
Tho table supplied ivilh tho 1 est the
Currie and Rice and Mango Chutney
ovary day for Dinner.
04 lw Proprietor.
House and SFresco Painters
Life Insurance Co,
OF NEW YORK.
Ctth Assets, December 31, 1807
Thoo who desire sufc and profitable
Life Insurauco aie invited to apply to
. B. BOSK,
Honolulu, General Agent, Hawaiian
Inlands. ocl-8 88-ly
MAKE ROOM FOR
During Mr. Fishel's absence, who
went East to buy his Holiday
Goods, our entile stock of
Fancy Ctotliliic KhnoH, KntM 4c
CapM, 3IIIIliK'ry, &c.
Will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
In ordur to make room foi Now
Goods. We will oiler the
Biggest Bargains in
DRY and. FANCY GOODS !
In this country.
Our iff) Hats will be sold for $2.75 ;
Our $0 Huts will bs told for $3.75 ;
Our !);3 Hats will ho hold for ?1.7f;
Our $10 Hats will be sold for $0,00;
Our $15 Hnta will bo told for $8.75.
f e m Remnants
In all DGpartments !
Goods will be slaiighloicd for
THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
Boys' Fine Straw Hats only 25
Our Linen Lawns tako tho cako.
Price our Eibbons !
Our stock of Ribbons is complete and
you may expect bargains.
Wo Must and wo Will uell in order to
make room for New Goods.
CHAS. J. FBSHEL.
Corner ot Fort U Hotel Streets.
ONLY HVE PAPER in
X Honolulu "Tho
'lift liniiv (in .tin
I 60 eenti per month.
- IJ ...w..,
NEW COOPS !"-2ra- NW CqODS !
The ladies are invited to inspect our
KEW STfJI of JKY UOOHS & FANCY GOODS
Received by last steamer and personally selected by Mr. S. Ehrlieh. Tho
stock comprises many novelties in every department.
Prices are Bed Rock. A large assortment of
Dresw Goods iix. all JN"ov JsJluacles !
Embioidcries, Laces fe Oriental Lace, Flouncing,
Fancy Flannels, Flannelette, Trieot & Ladies' Cloth, etc.
Largo Assort, in Dress Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Cham-bray & CheiUts.
New Novel ti oh in I-.iiiHch' JBorliu. Shawlii I
Ladies' Casseuiere Scarf Shawls in all shades,
Hotiery, Coretn it Undorwar at low prica
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets I
We call particular attention to our Shoo Department.
A Full Eiinu of Lndieft' French Kid Button Skees,
A Frill liinu of Gent'H Mlincc,
Children's French Kid Shoes nt Bted Koclc 1'rlcos.
In all Widths, Colors fc Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and Children's Clothing !
Gent's Bathing Suits at $1.C0 a Suit.
G3 & 65 Fort Btroot.
-S a? 3BC
JECS-FS Ac OOTMCS.TJrir.
Kent s Fnisiii goods, &o.
To iii foul liny stein lie liuAoi!.
Deiic to infotm his man friends nnd
the public ot llouolulu iu general,
thu. ho has purcliuftd the
HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY
No expense has been tparcl incom
pletely renovating this establishment.
White labor only will be imploded
a) much as possible.
Strict attention will he paid to vwinh.
big, eo ns 10 prevent all Hough Wear or
Usage while undergoing tiio denning
Special terms for Fsmtllcs, Uotrls,
Restaurants, Lodging iKii-e and Ship
ping. Small rcp.iirn will be done flee
of charge. Washing will be calkd for
anil delivered frcu of clinigo at any put
Guaranti'ct uititifaciion aud no inoro
com) ainta to be heard fiom patrons,
Uivuu-, a trial and l.u convinced that
wo imau bu Ines?. Hell Telephone 100.
Ollice, Qulcii btrnt; Wnlkikl nidi- of
Huclsfeld & Co, Bull Telephone SOS.
HOUSE to LET.
KXi A. rr,l,E llouso and 1'remhes
ffitiiKSa -L lately occupied by W. S.
Luco, iiKi., situale on Union
btreot and Adams Lano, The House
contains parlor, a bedroom', 3 dressing,
rooms, hallway, dining room, pvntry mid
kitchen. Theio is nlsu a Co.ihjio in tho
groumU with -i loom, isinulu, carriage,
lioiiiso and EOiv.mt'H ro mi.t 'the pluco is
in perftct order. l'uso?ston given at
once Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT,
87 tf No. 27 Merchant street.
to buver.d ciiquliles eon
Whale Uoat Vi anies, we
have now in couise of couati action,
a Whalo llont Ki .lines 74 feet by 32 feet
long. These fr.unes nio bent in one
piece of oak, mid held to shape, thin
lciiuliiiig little tact to set tlicm up 4Ud
build. The full f ramo for such boats,
including cants, 4G sections In nuiubci,
Is sold at 9'-'8; with laigo stems on keel,
ami ready to plank $10. They aro not
lutonded to bu clinker built, nor as the
frail impelled whalo boats pi nper, but
ate Intended for lough use and dm abi
lity, jet light withal, for llsbiug and
ti adlug puiposes. We have exported
tlicsu frames mid intend doing bov, mul
make this offer to atnatouid nml others
desirous ot trjlng tlelr hand, with
plenty of lulsuiu aud small cash to make
abuslnebs, WJ1 bund fiaiues to nuy
given model fiom 5 to '.'a tons. Also on
mtid for sido Suiland I'lcimuro llonts,
Kleins, Kneea and Timbers, Mutual
Telephone No 3U5.
DOWKK & SON.
T3 U Boat Builders.
0 "" &; 3MB
G3 & 65 FOltT STREET. . . -1
17 - 88
HimrETJWli I UUiftllVJJKJUiaHMB
LANDS FOR LEASE.
&. .a TDARTIES desiring Good
K$n$ H.niho Lots and Agri-
EfeSdK cultural Lands may inquiro
of the undcrjigncd :
There are 16 House Lots at Ilainohamo,
Waikiki j 0 of tlies e being near the Got
eminent road and dote to the eca beach.
1 Homo hot at Palolo, Oahu.
1 House Lot at Knuiuwela, Oahu.
1 Lot, a beautiful grove of trees on the
hunks of a running Btrcixm above the
falls of Waikalmlulu, and including tho
1 Land nt Hauula, Oahu.
1 Land at Lwa, Uulm.
4 Lots nt Polani, Lahiitmt, Maui.
1 Land at Nahiku, Maul.
1 Land at llamakua, Hawaii.
C3?Tho above Lands will lie leased
for tho term of 10 to 15 yeurs. Apply
to J. HKLELUHE,
Honolulu, October 25. 1888. t-l2vr
ONE 11 n Milch Con
price, $100. Apply
at tho BDU.UTIK Office.
94 Bid oaw
DU11INQ the temporary absence of
our Mr. Win. G. Irwin fromthia
Kingdom Mr. Frank 1. Hasting will
act for our bank In all mutters of bust.
OLAUS SPRKCKELS & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 2, 18J8. 7J Uw
DURING thn temporary absence of
our Mr. Win. G. Irwin from this
Kingdom Mr, W. M. Gillurd will act for
our iliiu under power of attorney.
Wm. G. IRWIN k CO.
llouolulu, Ojt. SI, 18tS8. 7 8n
AT the King's Bt utile,
on King btreet, P&.
buna, 0 good work Mulea
and Harness all complete,
well broke; also 0 head of good Ainerl.
can Hones; also 1 fresh young Jersey
Cow, well broke to milking; 1 Jlroyear
old Nonnun Bullion with u good pedl.
grte, a sure foal getter, ami any lady
can drive him, feus nothing. Aryono
whblng to purchase plc&se call and
examine slock, I have owiud the itock
sometime and have raised pome of it
on my own ranch In 1.1 Mateo Ci uuly,
Cal, HENRY WORMINGTON.
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