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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack Btand : Mcrchnnt and Fort
street. Telephones, 335.
inch 9-88-ly .
rv XI 33
SATURDAY, NOV. 10, 1888.
8 S Knhnlloa from leeward
Stmr Llkellke fiotn Minii
Stmr vokollt fiom Molokal
Stmr Jns Make from Knpaa
Shlp Carnnivonshlre lor Howland
Bk Melanlo for Mali) en Island
Ship Unuiel Haines lor Hongkong
Bk Forest Queen for San FruncUeo
U S S Biooklyn for Biooklyn
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY"
Stmr TMokolll for Moloknl at G p in
Stmr Llkellke forlinhtilul and liana at
5 p in
StmrKanla for Wninlun and Walanne
at 0 a in
From Sim Frnnuipoo per hktne Plan
tor, Nov 9 Capt Wise. Capt Fiettle, J
F bcott, J A Byion mid J Robinson.
Fiom ICalndui and wayports per stmr
Likcllke, Nov 10 T It Lucas, T Baker,
Mrs P M Rooucy and chilti, Mis Mehr
tens, Miss A Buckle, Mrs Kaueaukai,
Mrs Shobuy, Lau Chong, Rev J Blck
uell, II Heiueiuann, Sister M Bcnedlctn,
G Assec, V Alan, wife and child, Joe
Santos, Mr Foyo, f D Alexander, 7
lepcis, one o Ulcer, and 55 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Llkellke t'JS bags sugar, 27 bags eoi n
and 20 hides.
SHIPPING NOTES. .
Tho Khr.iu will sail on Tuesday at 4
o'clock p in
The bktne Planter, Capt Penhallow,
which uirlel last evening, 15 days
f i oin San Francisco, bi ought 2i mules,
8 horses and one stallion for Messrs
Grinbaum & Co; Inure for Mr Bid
well, 8,500 i.ill and ties and a quantity
of other nicichnndisc.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tiierk will be no Blue Ribbon en
tertainment this evening.
Tun Likeliko bails Monday and the
Kiimu and Mikah.ilu Tuesday.
T3i: nitre and sec tho "Blind Beg
gnis" and "Patience" this evening.
It ib now stated thai tho Fl.igbhii)
Swiftsuro will not leave before the
Seven lepers weie bi ought down
from Mam this morning on the
His Majesty the King will go on
bo.ud 11. B. M. S. Swiftsuic at one
o'clock Monday afternoon.
The nnnual meeting of the Ha
waiian Itillo Abtuuinlion will bo held
at the Hotel this uening at eight
The MeCandlcss Bros, aio about
to commence: the sinking of thieo
artcbiau welta foi Gaspei Sylva, at
Mil. S. F. Scott, tho new bchool
teacher for Wailuku, Maui, armed
yesteiday on the Planter fiom Sail
Maufarmnu & Op. have just ic
plonished tlieir stock with somo
choice brumU of Fiench chucts nnd
The Board of Education calls for
tenders for tho construction of a
schoolhouso at Kuanapali, Maui, nnd
two in Puna district, Hawaii.
Tiieiie is no doubt tho boys will'
turn out in huge numbers at the
Opera lloubo this evening lo get a
peep nt the. twenty love-sick maid
ens. A chorus of native vocalists weio
singing in front of one of tho Hotel
cottages from 11 o'clock Friday night
until hnlf pnbt one . o'clock this
The Cnseo, with Mr. Stovenson
and friends on board, was at Tahiti
when tho Kalaknua left. Tho Casco
was to go from theie to ltaiutca and
from Raiatea to Honolulu.
The pupils of Onhu College have
started a small two-p.igo papor called
"Truth." It is to bo p ublisucu every
Friday, and tho first numbor is a
Very croditablo production.
If you desiro to see a lino assort
ment of holiday goods, such as toys,
dolls, Christinas and New Year enrds,
'etc., call at tho now stoic of T. II.
Davies fc Co. Tho earlier you call
Some doga fiightcned a hoiso on
tho Pantheon hack stand last even
ing; nnd in its ellbrts to fieo itself
from tho hitching strap fell down,
breaking the shafts of tho liuck it
was attached to.
v Some say tho Australia will arrive
hero Tuesday und others Wednesday,
Tho fact of tho matter is no one
knows when alio will be here. Ono
thing sure, eho will probably nrrivo
Mn, Edwin Jones being tho fii at
mombor of thu Myrtle Boat Club to
join the ranks of the benedicts, a
biooni witli flag attached woio dis
played on thu exterior of tho boat
lifiuso yesteiday, in honor of tho
event. It will not he long befoiu tho
broom will again have to be called
into. service;" at loast, so baysapii
vato letter iceolved from Fanning's
WCol. Snm Norris loaves for the
Const this uftcrnoon on tho Foiost
Tun enrthqunko Thursday evening
was felt rather severely nl Kimcoho.
The shock lasted nbout half a min
ute, so an old resident guys.
Cleveland was elected at Mnkn
who Inst Tueeday. Tho enrthqunko
was felt consideiably there. Smoke
is lopoitod abundtint in tho direction
Turin: Chinamen woio ncnily
diowned this morning in tho pond
corner of Hotel and Nutinnu eticcts.
McLnin with his block and tncklo
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Enlcitainment nt tho Hawaiian
Opera House at 8 o'clock.
Annual meeting of Hawaiian Itiflo
Association at Hotel at 8 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES THIS EVENINC.
nv J. r. MOllOAN.
At 7 o'clock at salc3 room a large
assortment of now goods, jewelry,
silver plated waio, furnishing goods,
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public conceit this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing nt
4:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: Mni eh Admiral Mlllocker
CKertiuc Tho Blind men Mchul
Viulnnte Suipilse Symphony.. .Haydn
Finale Cai men Bi7et
Wall Moigcublattcr ....."... .Stiauss
Quadiillc Bon Jour Zikoff
A number of our young people
put wedding cake under their pillows
Thursday night, and it is learned
that thej' dreamed of the following :
1, of her grandmother; 2, of a
slunk swallowing a man; 3 of an
elephant skipping a rope; 4, of o
runaway accident ; 5, of a murder;
G, of a balloon accident.
Friday evening His Majesty the
King gave a dinner at Iolani Palace
in honor of Capt. "Wilson of the U.
S. S. Brooklyn, Capt. Graham of
the TJ. S. S. Alert, and otllcci'3 of
the two ships. In all sixteen sat
down to dinner. The Palace was
brilliantly illuminated with the elcc
tiic light, and the Itoal nnwuiiau
baud played appropriate selections
during the dinner.
'1 here will be a full 'house at the
Hawaiian Opeia House this evening
on the occasion of the piesentation
of "The Blind Beggars," and selec
tions from ''Patience," as a glance
at the box plan at the ofllce of J. E.
Biown &X'o. will show. Tlio full
di ess reheai sal last even was very
successful, and the whole entertain
ment will be well worth s-ceing.
The stiing band of the Snitlsure
will play at intervals.
HOW TO MEET EMERGENCIES.
There was a very good attendance
of young men in tho parlois of the
Y. M. O. A. last evening lo hear Dr.
F. It. Day talk on '-Emergencies
and how to meet -them." The
audience included several medical
men. The doctor by illustiations
showed how to ticat emeigencies
such as burns, hemoiiiiage, appar
ent diowning, suifneation, etc. Ills
remarks were attentively listened
to, and several questions weie asked
him by diffeient persons in the
A NEW ARTESIAN WELL.
Messts. MeCandlcss Brothers have
just completed another artesian well
for Judge McCulIy, on that gentle
man lands, at Pawaa. The well is
370 feet deep. In boring layers of
black sand, clay, and coral were
passell through. The lava rock,
from which tho water flows, was
struck at a depth of 308 feet. The
diameter of the pipe through which
the wnter Hows is 7 inches, nnd the
llow nbove the pipe is 22 inches.
The boring, from the commencement
to the end, occupied four weeks.
This is the tliiid well that Judge
McCully has in tho same neighbor
hood. JOHN F. SMITH'S DOG.
On tho night of tho Cth, after tho
Presidential election, John F. Smith
was presented with a fine, largo
dog, by a friend. John prized tho
animal very highly, and the strength
ot ins aiinciimeni ny lecuing tue
ciealure with choico food. John
named his now dog "Cleveland,"
nnd the dog gave signs of being
pleased. Whereupon tho owner de
clared there was no doubt of
"Clevelnnd" beuiff a true born and
thorough-going Democrat, after his
master's own heait. The distinc
tive mark of tho party, a red hand
kerchief, was placed around "Cleve
Innd'H" neck. John F, had great
faith in hid Dcmocratio dog, and de
clated his ability to "lick" any two
Republican dogs in thu country.
"Cleveland1' was introduced to his
now quarters, nnd seemed sutislied ;
hut on the night of tho 8th he de
serted without warning, and has not
been seen bince. John F, now de
clares that "Blvelnud" was n Re
publican nil the time, passing under
Dcmocratio colors; for, says he,
none hut i Republican would have
run off with another man's hnudker-chlef.
THE BROOKLYN'S DEPARTURE.
The U. S. S. Brooklyn, Cnplaln
Wilson, loft at 10 o'clock this morn
ing for New York via Capo Horn.
She was ton cd out of tho harbor by
tho tug Flcu which had on board a
number of indies and gcnllcmnn, and
t tic memhets of tho Royal Hawaiian
Hand. As tho Brooklyn left her
nnchoingc three rousing chcets were
given by the sailors on board tho
U. S. S. Alert. It was responded lo
with tlucc chceis fiom tho Brooklyn
men. (Join testes were exchanged
between II. B. M. S. Cormorant and
the Brooklyn. "When the tug passed
tho King's boathouse tho Hawaiian
Band played Hawaii Ponoi, His
Majesty witnessing the departure of
the Brooklyn from the upper ver
anda of the boathouse. On passing
the lighthouse the Brooklyn unfurled
her homeward pennant to tho breeze,
and its band played, Homo Sweet
Home and Auld Lang Sync.
Tho Brooklyn expects to lench
New Yoik inside six months, and
will then bo put out of commission.
During.hcr stay in this port about
three weeks she has expended closo
Late Foreip lis.
(Per JBarkentine Planter.')
The barkentine Planter, Capt.
Penhallow, ariived last evening, lo
days from San Fiancisco. She
brings lhc days later news. Fol
lowing is a summ.iry:
King Milan has secured a divorce
from Queen Natalie.
The pi ess of Central America
favor the union of the live republics.
The Imnan line steamer City of
Palis, a sister ship to the City of
New York, and built by tho Messi s.
Thompson of Clyde Bank, was
launched Oct. 23.
At a meeting at Lyons, Oct. 22,
De Lesseps declared the Panama
canal would be opened for tralllc in
July 1890. He said ho wished to,
correct tho report that the opening
would ho delayed until 1891.
John D. Spreckels & Brothers
have purchased a new tug for ser
vice on the bay. The new one is
the Piide, now at Philadelphia.
She is built of steel and is as large
as the Active. Tlio purchase price
is said to he 10,000.
The Canadian Pacific has been
defeated in its legal battle against
the Red River Valley Raihoad.
Tlnee thousand citizens of Mani
toba weie swoin in as special con
stable lo protect the traek-laweis
in making the desned crossiun.
Col. R. M. l'ulsifer, Editor of
the Boston Mas. Herald is dead.
The sleaniBhip Atlas of the Atlas
Line was run down Oct. 23, in the
North River by a ferry-boat and
sank. The cause of the disaster
was a lie.ivy fog. Foituiiately, no
lives were los-t.
The l'ope, in contributing $00,
000 to the anti-slavery movement,
has written to Caulinal Laviifeiie in
terms of pmibC; mid encouragement
ot the scheme in which he has been
commissioned by the Pope to invite
the co-operation of Euiope.
The Belgrade nlllcial journal pub
lishes a p.istoial prepared by Met
ropolitan Theodo3ius, leade'r of the
Servian Chinch, in which he dis
solves the nianiage of King Milan
and Queen Natalie, and declares it
The Michigan Central load noti
"lies its western connections that it
cannot loccivo Chinese passengers
holding thiough tickets. The road
runs through Canada, between De
troit and Buffalo.
Tho London Times people claim
they know where the Phoenix Park
knifes were bought, and are conli
dent of their ability to prove that
tho purchaser was a member of the
A petition lias been received by
the Ottawa Department of State
from the people of Victoiia, B. C,
begging for an investigation of tho
mail service Letwecn Victoria and
Several thousand.Yorkshiie miners
have gone on a strike. It i3 ex
pelled thnt many others will join
the strike, on the expiration of their
notices to their employeis. Coal
has advanced from 30 to 40 per cent
in price during October.
Adolph Spreckels, speaking Oct.
23, of the chatgo made by the Bos
ton Globe that he would support
tho sugar trust, dented the assertion
In severe terms. Said he: "I have
inado no dicker with any one. We
shall soon have our works in opera
tion and propose to wage war to the
kuifo on tlio trust."
The latest staying device of tlio
Chinese is to swear out certificates
of their birth in America nnd their
removal when very young to China.
Then they go to Mexico and try to
get permanent fooling in the United
States on returning with these cer
tificates. General Boulanger was present in
tho Chamber of Deputies at Pat is
Oct. 23. Baron Soubeyjou slated
that the enormous proportions of
tlio public debt demanded reduc
tions of tho Government's staffs
und tho salo of the Stato milways.
Roche, rcpoiter of tho Budget
Committee, declared tlio ciiticism
was exaggerated, Europe had been
transformed into a vast entionched
camp, and Fiaucu was nut free in
her movements. It was impossible
to isolate hoi self before menacing
coalitions. Ho appealed to the pat
riotism of tho members of tho
Chamber to pass tho budget. Ilm
speech was greeted with cheers.
THE BASEBALL TEAMS.
Tho Australian baseball teams
liavo coinmcnced their tour. On
October t!3d nt Cedar Rapids, Iowa
tho gnmo stood Chicagos G, All
Americas C. October 21th, at Des
Moines tho All-Americas scored 3 to
tho Chicagos 2' Both games were
attended by laige audiences and
some good playing was witnessed.
One week fiom to-day the teams
will be leaving San Francisco for tho
Colonies via Honolulu.
PRAYER FOP. YOUNG MEN.
The Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation tlnoughout tho world will
unite in observing Nov. 11th to 17th
as a season of special prayer and
effort in behalf of young men. In
this city Rev. E. G. Beckwith will
preach especially to young men on
Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. And
the Y. M. C. A. will hold their usual
service at 6:30 p. m. in their hall,
following up the week with a noon
day meeting every day at 12 :25 p.
in. for thirty minutes. Also an
evening service on Tuesday at 7 :30
p. m. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all young men to attend
tho above services.
supremeTcourt 1H CHAMBERS.
UEVOHE TRLSTON, J.
FitiDAr, Nov. 9 th.
Estate of J. F. O. Banning.
Ordered that the second account of
W. F. Allen, administrator with the
will annexed, bo approved. Re
ceipts, $4,714.70; payments, $G03,
70; balance, $4, Ml. The adminis
trator reportod $129,900 of the es
tate money invested with good
sccuritj', at an average of 7 per
cent, interest, nnd 812,900.79 in
cash ou hand. All the interest as
collected is paid Mrs. C. II. Ban
ning under the terms of tho will.
POLICE COURT. 9
Saturday, Nov. 10th.
II. Thompson and Awili Forfeited
bail of $G, and Ben Figi was lined
$10, for drunkenness. The latter
was found diunk in the Cosmopoli
Goo. "Wilson, charged with violat
ing iidc 21, express regulations,
was reprimanded and discharged.
On Saturday Evening, Nov, 10.
Pule( lions from Oillint & Sulli..i.'.s
Celebrated ylObthellc Opera
A V ill lie produced hy Ladles nnd
Gentlemen of Honolulu, in
Aid of St. Andrew's Church Association
To he nriofdcd ly Offenbach's
L'oinia Opeie Ik,
The. Blind Beggars"
Uy Officers of II. B.
M. S. Ooraio.
Dror upon 7 :30aB3?" Commence at 8.
Tickets, $1, 75 & 50 Cents.
5?."To lio nl.tulncd nt the oIU;e of
J. 13. Hiown & Co.. Merchant blrcet,
where the box nltui will bo opened at
9 o'clock on Fridhj niuiiiine. S3 St
GUINEA. PIGS FOR SALE
AT No H7 King street,
ucir the lower i-nd
of LUiln street. $1.S0
per pair. U4 !H
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho annual
mei-tlug of the strick
the Union Feed Co..
(Limited), held nt their office this day
the following officers were elected to
serve during the ensuing year:
K. CI. M uc fur) an e President,
II. It. Mucfnrlune;.... Vice-President,
F. "W. Mucfnrlaue Treasurer,
S. F. Ornhm Beorelnry,
K. U. Kcbumnn Auditor.
S. F. GRAHAM,
01 :'t Secretary.
Headquarters, Honolulu Rifles.
Honolulu, Nv. 8, 1F88.
IIATrAMON OHDEIIB, No. C
EVKKY inembot of this com.
mand Is hereby ordered to
appeal at tlio Armory on PHI.
DAY, Nov, 10th, at 1 o'clock
i. u., in Fatigue Uniform, for
Competitive Company Turgut
l'inttlte tor thu Hiffc presented
by Hnrtloy & Urnham, of New
York. Per ordLr,
H. F. IIEIJBAHD,
Cnptuiu unit Adjutant. 01 td
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
rpilE undcr.li'ued having been duly
X at poluled nnd qunllfled u& Admin.
1 triilem with the. will annexed of the
Esluto of Bimniul Gardner Wilder, Into
of llouoluhi, demised; hereby notify
id I pureomi liiivint' clulms ugaiiist suid
defused lo present the sumu, duly au.
thentlcated, with the proper voucuers if
any cxiit, eiun if Bicuwt by mortgage,
to i in. K. Allen, hm., at the Hank of
lllshop & Co., Honolulu, m Ijliln six
months fiom tuls data or they will bo
forever barrul. A. F. JUOD,
W. F. ALLEN,
Administrates with the Will annexed
of the Kstuto of 8. G. Wilder, de.
Honolulu, October 11, 1888. 70 Jm
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
J. advertise in tho Daily JJuujstim.
RYA1TB BOAT BUILDINGi
SHOP. Rear of Lucv' Mill.
THE nnnual meeting of th. Inwnilan
Rlflo Association will be held nt
the Hnwallan Hotel, on SATURDAY
EVENING, nt 8 o'clock, for the purpose
of electing officers for the ensuing year.
C. II. NICOLL,
93 8t tkcretary.
Marine street, mtfear Fish Market
Board Per Week.
5 Cents Knrh.
The tnblo supplied with the lic?t the
Currie nnd Rice nnd Mnngo Chutney
every day for Dinner.
94 fw Proprietor.
House and I
Life Insurance Go.
OF NEW YORK.
Caih Asiols, Docomber31, 1887
Those who desiie safe nnd profitable
Life Insaranco nrc invited to npply to
S. It. ROME,
Honolulu, Generul Agtut, Hawaiian
Islands. oct.9 88.1y
MAKE ROOM FOR
During Mr. Fishel's absence, who
went East to buy his Holiday
Goods, our entiie stock of
Fancy Clothlnc. (SIioch, lints Jt
Cnrm, 3IHUnery, Jt,
Will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
In oidur to make room for Now
Goodb. We will oiler the
Biggest Bargains in
In tliiM country.
Our $fi Hats will be sold for $2.75;
Our ipG Hats will be wold for $3.7G;
.Our $3 Hats will bo sold for $1.7G;
Our $10 lints will be sold for $(1.00;
Our $15 Hats will bo sold for $8.75.
We lave Boinub
Goods will bo Hhiughtercd for
T1II11TY DAYS ONLY.
Boys' Fino Straw Hals only 25
Our Linen Lnwna take tho cake.
Price our Ribbons !
Our stock of Jtibbons is complete nnd
you may oxjicot bin gains,
Wc Must nnd we Will nell in ordor to
make room for New Goods.
CMAS. J. FISHEL.
Corner ot Fort & Hotel Streets,
THE ONLY LIVE PAPER iu
X Honolulu "Thu Dully Bulletin,
00 cents per month.
NEW GOODS IflB W5W GOODS I
The ladies are invited to inspect our
NEW STOCK (if EKY UOOKKS &. FAXC'V UOODS
Received by hist steamer and personally selected by Mr. S. Ehrlich. Tho
stock comprises many novelties in every department.
Prices are Bed llock. A largo usiortmcnt of
JOverass Goodn iix all ISTevr JSliades I
Emhioidciics, Luces & Oriental L.icc, Flouncing,
Fancy Flannels, Flannelette, Triaot & Ladies' Cloth, etc.
Large Assort, in Dress Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Gbambray & Gheiiots,
ISNiAV 3Sovltlc iu I-iSuIIcm' JESorllti fdhzrrrl I
Ladies' Cnsemcre Scarf Shawls in all shades,
Hosiery, Coueta & Underwr ut low prlcss
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets I
Wo call particular attention to our Shoo Department.
A Full JiSne of JLiuIIok' French Kid Button Hkocn,
A E'liS! Jiine of Gent' MIiou?,
Children' French Kid Shoos nt Itcd Hock Prlot'v.
- 3a33JBOIrS -
In all Widths, Colors it Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and Children's Clothing !
Cant's Bathing Suits at $1.00 a Suit.
G3 & G5 Fort Street,
-Sg1 T H
3E&-.T Ac COMPANY.
Geofs Fn'sligig Goods, &e.
To befDunfl in any store m the Kingtlom!
Deslici to inform 1) is many friends nnd
the public of Honolulu in general,
tha he hits puichued tliu
HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY
No expviibo has hceu f pare 1 iu com
pletely renovating tills establishment.
White Inljor only will be tmplojid
us much as possible.
Strict attention will lie paid to wash,
ing, to ns lo prevent nil Hough Wear or
Usagu while undergoing tlio cleaning
Special terms for Families, HotulR,
Hestiturnnts, Lodging-hruHCt) and Ship
ping. Small repairs will he done free
of charge. Wushing will bo called for
nud uolivucd Inu of charge at any pa it
Guarantees iiitlrtfacllon and no more
complaints to bs heard from patrons.
Give u' a trial and lie convinced that
we muurbUfliicsa. Hell Telephone 100.
Office, Queen elrjet; WalUikl side ot
HuckfUd & Co. Hull Telephone 303.
JIOUSE to LET.
'I'lii. ttouso ami rrciitises
jl. iiiiuiy occupied uy v . o.
i Luce, itii., situate on Union
street nnd Adms Lane. ' The House
contnins parlor, ft hcdroouiF, 2 dressing,
rooms, lmllwny, dining room, pmtry nnd
kitchen. Thcro ib ulso a Co'tage in the
grounds with ;i rnonia, ttiihlc, carriage,
houee and survnntJ room. The pluee is
in perfect order. I'os6et8ion glvin at
once. Apply to
J. M. MONSAHRAT,
B7 tf No. -J7 Murchiuit street.
IN answer to soeial euqiihies con
cerning Whale Boat Frames, wo
huvo now in course of construction,
U Whale Boat Frames 74 feet by U2 feet
long. Thctc frames aio bent in out)
piece of oak, and held to shape, thus
lenulrliig little Uct to set them up and
build. The full frame, for such bouts,
Including cauts, 45 bections in number,
Ib hold at 9-8 j w 1th large stems on keel,
and ready to plank $10. They nio not
intended to bo clinker built, nor as thu
fi.dl hupoitcd whulo boats pioper, but
are Intended for lough use and durabi
lity, jet light withal, for ilshliu; and
trading jmi poses. We have exported
thou iraui.es and Intend doing so, and
pinko this offer to nmatcuis Mid others
deshuus ot trying their hand, with
plenty of leisure nud binall cash to muku
a bushiest. Will bond fiuuies to any
glen model front ft to 23 toin. Also on
baud for sale Stuf.md Pleasure floats,
Stems, Klines and Timbers. Mutual
Telephone No 3W.
7(1 U Host Builders,
LANDS FOR LEASE.
T ARTIES desiring Good
I J- Jionse 1.018
of the undersigned :
There are 10 House Lot at Hamohumo,
Walkiki; 0 of these being near tho tjor.
crumeni road nnd clure to the sea brach.
1 House Lot at Palttlo, Onhu.
1 Houko Lot nt Kauluwela, Oahu.
1 Lot, a beautiful grove ot trees ou tho
hanks of a running stream abovo tho
falls of Waiktthnlulu, and including the
1 Land nt Hauula, Onhu.
1 Land at Kw, Oahu.
4 Lots at Pohmi, Lahalnn, Maui.
lLnnd at Nahiku, Maui.
1 Land at Iluuiakua. Hawaii.
ESTTho abovo Lands will bo Irxsrd
for tho term of 10 to lt years. Apply
to J. HELELUflE.
Honolulu, October 25. 1SSS. St Sw
ONK flue Miloh Cow
price, $100. Apply
at thu Dullbtin Ofllco.
SI Btd oaw
tho temnoMrv absenca of
our Mr. Wm. G. Irwin from this
Kingdom Mr. Frank P. Haslingh will
act tor our bank In nil matters of busi
ness, GLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 2H, IBiS. 7a tiw
DURING tho temporary absence of
cur Mr. Win. U. Irwin from this
Kingdom Sir. W. M, Qlflard will tfor
our il rm under power of alUrnoy,
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO.
IIuuolulu, Oct. 24, 1888. 'IU 8w
AT tho King's Binble,
on King street, Ta
lama, 0 good work Uulea
and Harness all complete,
woll broke; nho 0 head of ocd Amerl.
can Hones; nho 1 fresh ynunr Jersey
Cow, well broke to milking; 1 tm year
old Norman Stallion with o good peril,
grti-, u mire foal getter, and au; ludy
can drive him, fears nothing. Anyone
wishing to purchase pleaiu cK and
examine stock. I have nwmd the 'stock
toinctliue and have rnibcd fomo of It
ou my own ranch iu Min Mateo Ci intyt
Cal. HENRY WORMINGTON,
'.' M.'M, sW& 'i
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