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MONDAY, NOV. 12, 1888.
Slmr Kliuiu from Hawaii mid Aliitii
Stmr Mlkahala from Knuai
Stinr Wnltilcnlu from Kmmt
Stmr Lchua from lliunakua
Schr Manuokawal from Koolnu
Hchr Hnlcakala from l'epeckco
Bgtno Cousuelo, Itubcrtson, 0 days and
20 hours from Sua Francisco
Stmr Mnkolll for Molokal at 0 p m
Stmr Llkellke forKaluilnl and liana at
5 p in
StinrlOuda for Walalua and Waianne
at 9 a in
VESSELS LEAYINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Ktnau for Illlo and way ports at
4 p in
Stmr Mlknluihi for Kauai at o p m
Stmr Wuialcnlu for Kauai at 5 p m
Sehr Huleukuln for Pepeekeo
Stmr Lcl.ua for Htiiiuikun at 5 p m
From Kauai per stmr Mlkalinla, Nov
11 S Lesser, J A Mngoon, Miss Jlc
Sliaue, MrsK 11 t'olz, U Uouncrinan, 4
Chiuu:0 and CI deck
From Kauai per stnn Walalcalc, Nov
110 Koclllng, wi e, child and 2 deck.
From Hilo and way poits per stmr
Klnaii, Nov 11 Hon W ll Daniels, J
Nawahi, O N Spencer, C Kaiser, Win
Neil, J A Iinlach, Paul Neumann, V Y
Ashfoid,J V Oolville, Chun Limp, S
Kiniuta, A G Serruo, N Igaiuehi, I)r
I)r M Kawada, Mr 21 Yainashi,'K A Jiie
leubcrg, N Hulbcrl, S Macuuloy, Ur
Hmersou, A Ilancbcrg, Jtcv W 11
Barnes, Win Wo Chan, Win Uuun,
wife and daughter. Mrs C K btillman
and child, 11 Allccn, AlSoja and 73
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kinau 4732 bgs sugar, 200 ,bgs
spuds, 80 bgs corn, 3G hides, 3
horses and 220 pks suudiics.
Stmr SliUaliala 1217 bgs sugar, 35 bgs
rice, 14 hides, 200 ehecp and 1C0 bgs
Stmr Wuhileale 1257 bgs rice.
The S S Arabic arrived at San Fran
cisco on the 2th, 8 days from Hono
lulu. The bark Aldcu lie so is still unload
ing coal ut Kaliului, Alaui. Micwlll
load sugar for San Francisco fioni the
The schooner Anna sailed fioni Ifa
liulni, Maui, ou Nov. 7th. with a full
cargo of sugar, the first of the season
from the Bproekelsvllle Plantation.
Nov fi S A Australia, bktncs Discov
ery and S N Castle. t
Oct 20 Ituss ship Klica from Hono
lulu. Oct 23 Haw bk Jus A Kingand bktae
Kllkitat from Honolulu.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Madame Jafl'a, tho pianist, arrives
Ex U. S. Coiif-ul Daniel 0. Bigelow
of Honolulu, is dead.
Fiiesh oybters at Nolle') to-morrow
by the Aubtialiti.
The King leaves for Maui to-morrow
afternoon on the Kinau.
J. E. Bhown & Co., advertise
Tahiti bamboo for hat making.
Themendous bargains in boots and
shoes can bo obtained at P. Moln
crny's. The Australia is duo to-morrow
from San Francisco with dates to
tho Gth inst.
Mil. "Walter M. Giflurd has our
thanks for tho use of late San Fran
Tickets are belling fast for the
masquerade ball .December 1st, by
the Portuguese Philharmonic So
ciety. We aro tony to learn that Rov.
Alex. Mackintosh is confined lo the
house through being kicked by his
The Australia's Chinese ciow was
allowed to land in San Francisco un
der recent orders fioni tho Secrotary
The Rov. O. II. Murwood, M. A.,
Chaplain on II, M.'s Swiftsuro,
preached at St. Audiew's Cuthcdial
lion. A. Jaeger is now ready to
reccivo applications for ordeis for
tho distribution of plants from tho
Gait, Robcrtton, of tho Gonsuelo,
and Pilots Babcock, Shcppard and
Mclntyre lnuo tho thanks of tho
Bulletin for Into papeis.
His Majesty the King went on
board the llugship Swiftsuio at one
o'clock this uftornoon, and lunohed
with Admiral Honeage. A dinner
party will bo given on board ou
Tuesday, and ti daneo on Thursday.
T'HEiin was a heavy freshet at
Molokai last week which carried
away somo of tho water pipes cross
ing tho Wuikolu stream, cutting
oil" tho supply of wator for tho leper
scttloinoiit. Tho Superintendent of
I'ublio Works will lejivo for Molokai
with men to make tho necessary repairs.
Jii'.wis & Co. will icooivo by tho
13. y. Australia nnolhur supply of
thof-o lnigo roil Oregon apples besides
vegetables, llsh mid game on ico.
Tin: Piecidcnt of the United Stales
issued a proclamation October Hist
designating Thursday, November 29,
as a day of thanksgiving and prayer.
Mn. Chas. "K. Kempstor of Kolmla
and Miss Emma Auno llickard of
llonokaa wcro united in mairingc,
November 3d, by tho Ucv. J. M.
CAi'T. J. II. Brown says ho saw
"PntioncV tlnco times in San Fran
cisco by professionals, and that tho
performance on Saturday evening by
our local amateurs compared ex
One of tho sailors on tho Swiftsuro
was walking-nlong Union street Sat
urday ovoning when ho was run into
by a hack, the shaft striking him on
tho face a liltlo below tho eye, in
flicting a rather dangerous wound.
Tho driver of the hnck did not stop
and tho police arc trying to iind out
who it was. Tho injured sailor was
sent to tho ship.
EVENTS THIS EVEHIHO.
Harmony Lodge No. 2 I. O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
Moonlight band concert at Emma
Square at 7:30.
Tho Hawaiian Band will give a
moonlight concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing nt
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: 1'AIIT I.
March Vienna Schlomcr
Overluic Jolly 1 Jobbers Supho
Ohonus Tannha'iser Wagner
Medley Night in New York. ...Brooks
Medley To Olden Times Beyer
Fautasla Mill In the Forest..Ellenberg
Echo DrcAms Wideeke
Waltz Hlspunlu Waldtcuf el
' Hawaii Ponol.
! LW " V J'
CARD OF THANKS.
The committee of the St. An
drew's Church Association, charged
with the arrangement of Saturday
evening's entertainment, beg to
tender its most sincere thanks to
the many friends whose strenuous
exertions contributed towuiiU so
successful a result. Ou lvhalf of
the com mittee. II. II. (Jowi:n.
THE KALAKAUA LEAKS.
On Sunday afternoon the bnrlf
Knlakaua which had been leaking
for some lime past, began to settle
down in the harbor. It was found
necessary to call in the services of
the Fiie Department and No. 1
Engine was despatched to pump the
water out of tho hold which was
seven feet deep. After half an
hours work the feed pump gave
way, and No. 5 Engine was brought
into requisition. All the water was
pumped out before the engine left.
A FLYING TRIP.
x The brigantine Cousuelo, Capt.
Robertson came into port early this
morning, having made the liip from
San Francisco in tho quick time of
9 days 20 hours. She lett the latter
port November 1st at 3 p. in., and
experienced fine weather with strong
N. E. trades until the Dili when they
were light and n-maincd so to port.
Capt. Robertson was warmly con
gratulated on making such a quick
passage. He states that the Austra
lia was to sail on her regular timo
tho Clh. The Cousuelo brought one
passenger, Mr' Gallagher a school
ACCIDENT TO CAPT. KIBLIHG.
Mr. Harry AValkcr, engineer at
Pepeekeo will, called' this morning
to tell us of an accident which oc
curred lo Capt. Kibling of tho
schooner Ilalcaknla, ono day last
week at Pepeekeo. They were dis
charging freight in rough weather
when a bale of liny struck the Cap
tain, breaking the right leg just
above the ankle. Fortunately Dr.
Mouritz was ut the landing and lie
at once went on board the schooner
and set tho leg. The Ilalcakala ar
rived in port Sunday morning and
tho Captain was taken to his homo.
Dr. McGrew was called and found
that tho leg had been set very well
by Dr. Moijritz. Capt. Kibling is
easy aud comfortable to-day, but it
will be several weeks before ho will
be nblo to get out and around.
HAWAIIAN RIFLE ASSOCIATION.
The annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Rillo Association was held
Saturday everting at tho lluwaiian
Hotel. The following ofllccrs were
elected for the ensuing year: Presi
dent, Dr. John Bjodio ; Vice-Presi
dent, C. W. Ashford ; Secretary and
Treasurer, Chas. II. Nicoll. Board
of directors Dr. Br'odie, C, W.
Ashfoid, C. II. Nicoll, G. E. Howe,
F. Iluataco, J. Good, Jr., J. r.
Pratt, J. II. Fisher, J. Rothwell,
nud II. Focke. Range Committee
G. E. Howe, J. Rothwell and C.
B. Wilson. Flnunco Coinniitteo
J. Rothwell, V. V. Afahford mid II.
It was decided to hold a shooting
match on tho lClh, Tho programme
will appear later. Tho Association
lias no debts and a balance in hand
of $lt)J.U5, which is in a measure
duo to the faithful work dono by
KNTKItTAlNMEXT IN AID OP ST.
ItKW'S CATIIKDRAb 1'UXD.
The amateur entertainment given
in tho Opera IIouso on last Satur
day night, in aid of tho funds of
St. Andrew's Cathedral, proved, as
was expected, highly creditable to
all concerned, and wns positively
satisfactory to its patrons, which
comprised a full house.
An operetta by Offonbach, enti
tled, The llliud BcggaTs, preceded
the principal piece of the evening.
Mr. W. J. Harding and Lieutenant
St. John, both of II. B. M. S. Cor
morant, represented the blind beg
gars. The get-up was excellent,
and their acting and singing credit
able. This was simply a harbinger
of ths main feature of the entertain
ment,, which consisted of selections
from Gilbert and Sullivan's comic
The principal parts in the opera
were represented by Miss Koso
Makee, Patience ; Miss Rhodes, The
Lady Angela ; Miss Mist, Tho Lady
Saphir; Miss Dora Dowsett, Tho
Lady Ella; Lieutenant St. John,
Archibald Grosvenor; Mr. F. M.
Swanzy, Colonel Calvcrly; Mr.
Holdswortb, Major Murgatroyd ;
Mr. T. May, Lieutenant The Duko
of Dunstable: Mr. T. It. Walker,
IJeginald Bunlhornc. Others taking
minor parts were: Mis3 E. Wode
house, Miss E. Mist, Miss Barnard,
Miss P. Judd, Miss Glade, Miss
Clara Glade, Miss Atkinson,
Miss May Atkinson, Miss Marie
Von Holt, Miss N. Green, Miss
Dudoit, Mr. W. II. Baird, Mr. Geo.
Smithies, Mr. W. S. May, Mr. Carl
Widcmanti, Mr. J. E. Brown, Mr.
Wray. Taylor, and two marines
from II. B. M. S. Cormorant.
Upon the curtain lising 14 young
ladies, arrayed in quaint and be
coming costumes and reclining in
graceful attitudes, sang with much
effect the chorus "Twenty love-sick
maidens we." The doleful assem
blage of love-sick damsels was
startled by the entrance of Pa
tience Miss Rose Makee a
blythe and frolicsome dairy maid,
who, after a short recitative,
sang "I cannot tell what this love
may be." Patience who both look
ed "and acted her part to perfection,
was becomingly dressed and carried
a milk pail under her arm. Loud
applause greeted the pretty dairy
maid, who became a favorite from
Following the disappearance of
Patience and the love-bick maidens,
a guai d ot dragoons marched twice
mound the f-tage, and, forming in
line after a very military fashion,
sang the chorus "The Soldiers of
our Queen." The Colonel of the
regiinont Mr. F. M. Swanzy sang
in good stylu the amusing song
"When 1 first put this uniform on,"
with chorus by the dragoons, and
responded to tin encore.
Reginald Bunthoine Mr. T. R.
Walker sung the somewhat dilli
cult part allotted to him, "If you're
anxious for to shine," which
brought down the house. The gel
up of this character wi.s unique, and
the manner in which the pail was
rendered gave evidence of careful
study, also of unusual ability in
that paiticular line. Loud and de
served applause followed.
The duet between Patience and
Angela Miss Rhodes "Long years
ago," was n gem. Nothing short
or an encore could pacify the de
lightod audience. The full so
piano of Patience 'charmingly
blended with the soft con
lialto of Angela, and the clever
by-play of both in this duet, com
bining as it docs pathetic music with
an irresistably comic side, had to
be seen to be appreciated.
Archibald Grosvenor Lieut. St.
John in his duet witli Patience,
'Prithee Pretty Maiden," was per
fect in his get-up and part. His
retiring dolefulncss was superb. Pa
tience, who at first lures him on to
propose marriage and afterwards
declines his advances, was as usual,
piquant and pretty.
The first act concluded with the
8cstettc and chorus, "I hear tho
soft notes," which though in pails
a little weak in bass voices, was
beautifully sung. It was a toss-up
between this and tho dpet, "Long
years ago," which should be char
acterised as the "tho gem of the
The entrance of Grosvenor, ut the
commencement of the second act,
followed by the love-sic): maidens,
singing "Turn, Oh Turn," was
very effective, and tho appearanco
of the lucky young gentleman, seat
ed ou the stump of a tree and sur
rounded by a bevy of charming
maidens, all consumed by a hope
less passion, which the haughty
poet does not at all reciprocate, was
a lackadaisical secun indeed,
Grosvenor, still seated on the
slump, to the maidens all prostrate
nlound hiin, endeavored to expose
the hopelessness of their love in an
allegory, "The magnet and the
chum," which was well sung.
Patience's song which followed,
"Love is a plaintive bong," was
rendered with much tabto and feel
ing. The quintette "If Saphir I chooso
to marry," was sung by Miss
Rhodes, Miss Mist, Mr. Swanzy,
Mr. T, May, and Mr, lloldsworth,
in good style, The dancing and
clover by-play in this quintette
elicited great applause.
The two poets, Buuthorno and
Grosvenor, then sang a rollicking
duct, '(When I go out of doors," in
which all old aesthetic sentiment is
dropped, followed by a song and
chorus, "Wo'rc Swoars and Swells,"
by Grosvenor and tho maidens who
havenow quite recovered from the
headache that seemed, nt an earlier
pciiod, lo bo consuming them ut
terly. The entertainment concluded with
a quintette and chorus by the entire
company, the leading performers in
front, all with hands joined and
dancing gracefully, with the warlike
dragoons taking a respectful placo
in the rear.
During the evening the Swiftsuro
string band, under the leadership
of its regular head,Mr. II. E. Losoby,
played several selections very ac
ceptably. Mr. Losoby also played
a violin solo exquisitely. Professor
Bcrgcr, with a detachment of the
Hawaiian band, also furnished
orchestral music of a superior order.
Professor Yarndley olllciatcd elll
cienlly as musical director, Mr. My
ron Jones presiding at the piano.
Capt. Nicholls of II. B. M. S. Cor
morant played tho piano for tho
Blind Beggars. .
To Lieutenant E. R. Pears of the
Cormorant, is primarily due tho
unqualified success of the entertain
ment. Under his direction and su
pervision the whole performance
was prepared and placed beforo the
Among those, present were Their
Majesties the King and Queen, 11.
R. II. Princess Liliuokalani, II. It.
II. Princess Kaiulaiii, II. H. Prince
Kawananakoa, lion. J. O. Dominis,
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Rear-Admiral
Algernon C. F. Heneagc, Flag Lieu
tenant Thomas N.Tliynne and ollloers
of II. B. M. S. flagship Swiftsure,
Capt. J. T. Nicholls and officers of
11. B. M. S. Cormorant, Captain
Graham aud ofllccrs of tho U. S. S.
Alert, Major J. II. Wodehouse, H.
B. M.'s Commissioner, and Mrs.
Wodehouse j His Honor the Chief
Justice, Mr. Justice and Mrs. Mc
Cully, Mr. Justice and Mrs. Dole,
The net proceeds of tho entertain
ment will probably exceed $300.
A meeting of the Hawaiian Base
ball League was held last Thursday
when a committee was appointed to
meet the Alameda with the two
American baseball teams on board.
Airangenicnts will be made to have
an exhibition game plaj'cd here and
a subscription list has been started.
On Saturday afternoon about 3
o, clock a horse attached to a luake
driven by a native, got beyond the
control of the dtivcr on Mei chant
stieet and dashed up Bethel street
at a furious rate. It tried to turn
on lo King street but was going too
fast and collided with the front of
IIopp's store breaking a pane of
glass while the carriage was smash
ed to pieces. The driver was not
hurt at all but looked badly scared
when he crept out of the ruins. The
horse ran into IIopp's yard and after
scattering things aiouud in a lively
manner, boiled out of the yaid on
to King street and then collided
with a horse ridden by n native boy,
the latter being thrown off. Both
horses after the collision ran away
and were only stopped with diffi
EniroK Bi;i.u.iin: Unless the
Government (and that very soon)
do soinethiug this very beautiful
(?) plant will ruin the whole place,
and properties that arc now paying
heavy assessments will be hardly
able to be found, and a to the own
ers they may clear away, so that
they can get in to their promises,
but when inside will not know what
street they live ou, as all along the
Government roads ' this fine plant
does so well, that 8 or 9 feet is noth
ing for it, if only assisted by a fence
Of course, it may be said well,
why don't you keop it clear of your
premises? The tax-payers don't pro
pose to do the work the Government
should do I mean on tho public
roads. Tho "plains" that a few
years ago 'did not have any lantana
growing on it, now is getting cover
ed fast. Largo vacant lots now
grow it as if it were a valuable crop
said lots being unoccupied and
unenred for proprogato this article
by means of birds, etc., all over tbc
plains where 1 write fioni ; and hav
ing lived there over 18 years, I
know a little of what Tarn talking
or writing about. But it is needless
for me to dpscribo how it is spread
ing, not only ou the plains, but
everywhere; and a stitch in fime
may save nine.
Now I will mako a suggestion,
and suggestions were very popular
in dear Walter's time, not my sug
gestions but his i
Let the Government by its Min
ister give diie notice "by tho power
in him vested," that a mouth, say
after dale of said notice, if any
house or lot owner on tho plains,
and anywhere else, as he likes, lias
not cleared his said lot of every
plant of kuitaun growing on it, it
will be done for hiiu,and he charged
and also fined 810 first offense, $50
the second, and so on till he takes
an interest- in tie saiil work or he
will lose his capital in finding it.
But, and a very large but, tho
Government must do its part and
do it well for after all we pay for
it, and send out squnds of men on
every btreet and cut dowii, dig up
or otherwise destroy tills rca cufao
to the placo j pllo up, dry and burp,
and send an olllcer round to see thai
it is done somo of those Captalua
perhaps, if thoy are not too busy?
This may seem a very funny arti
cle nuiusing I mean; but I think
hundreds will bear me out. It is
very serious. Of course, coming
from me, it will be taken no notice
of, but I know of somo who suffered
thousands of dollars damage, who
could speak if they liked. Of
course, we cannot, prevent lautana
spreading over tho country, etc.,
but let us do so when we can in and
around the city and suburbs.
Somo years ago a (Inn in this city
sent down to Kauai, to a gentleman
there, a box or two of this fine
plant, for him to plant and make a
hedge around his garden, etc., ns
something very fine, etc. He
did so in tho innocenco of his
heart, and in a few years the doves
and piucons had carried it all over
his place, lo the almost ruin of it ns
a cattle ranch. As I had the pleas
ure of stopping there a few weeks
I saw and heard all about it direct
from the gentleman, who was E.
Krull Esq., of Kealia, where Col.
Z. S. Spalding's plantation now is,
who may know if ho has any ou his
lands or not; although for sugar
raising land, where you can plow it
up, it may not be so bad.
I havo always heard what a grand
power is the press, and so it may be
in politics ; but I think it could use
its power to moro advantage if it
would leave them alone and attend
to local or home affairs. I suppose
after that I had better stop, but 1
only meant to ask your editorship to
support by your more able pen this
humble article. Kila.
Hono. Nov. 9, 1888.
IfoHcctuniltrtlis head are chcrged 10 cent$
per thtflrtt imertion, and 6 ctntepcr line
meru ajdUUnal imtrlion.
TAN'S BOAT BUILDING!
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
MUSIC furnished for balls, particB
and serenades by Palmer's String
Hand. Orders loft at C. E. WilllamV,
or ring up Mutual Telephone H38. 74 if
MAKE ROOM FOR
During Mr. Fisbel'B absence, who
went Eunt to buy his Holiday
Goods, our entiio stock of
Faury Clothing. Bhoew, Until &.
CupH, Millinery, Jtc,
Yill be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
In order lo mako room for Now
Onodp, We will ofter the
Biggest Bargains in
In this country.
Our $5 Hats will bo told for .152.75 ;
Our :J.O I bits will bo sold for $3.7fi;
Our .f II HatH will bo (,old for $1.7fl ;
Our $10 Hats will be sold for JJ0.00;
Our $10 Hats will bo sold for $8.75.
We li;rc iuiiimisHs
Ii all Diartiils !
Goods will hit slaughtered for
THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
Boys' Fine Straw Hals only 25
Our Linen Lawns take tho cake.
Price our Ribbons !
Our stock of Rjbhniift is complete mid
i ou may expect bargains.
We Mubt and wo Will sell in order to
make loom for New Goods,
C&4AS. J. FSSHEL.
Corner o Fort & Hotel Streets,
THE ONLY LIVE PAPER ii
Uouolulur-"TUo Dally Bulletin.
EO cents per month.
. - - - fl
03 & 05 FOltT STJREET.
NEW GOODS I'SSS WSW GOODS !
Tho ladies arc invited to inspect our
KMW STOCK of IKY (HHiliS Jfc FAA'CJY UOODS
Received by lust Hlcanior and personally selected by Mr. S. Ehrlieh. Tho
stock comprises many novelties in every department.
Prices are Bed Rock. A largo assortment of
JOressiH Groocls iix all New SliadLos !
Embroideries, Laces & Oiictal Lace, Flouncing,
Fancy Flannels, Flannelette, Tricot ti Ladies' Cloth, etc.
Largo Assort, in Dress Ginghams, Seersuckers, Linen, Chambray & Cheilots.
3Sc-v UNovcltioH in LiulleM' Berlin Slia-vrl I
Ladies' Casseniero Scarf Shawls in all shades,
Hoiiory, UonoU &. Underwaro at low prices
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets I
We call particular attention to our Shoe Department.
A SFtiU !-:nc of Indies' French Kid Button Shoes,
A Full Lino of Gcnt'H Mince.
Children' French Kid Shoe at Bled Rock Prices.
In ull Widths, Colors fc Shades. Great Bargains in
and Children's Clothing I
Gent's Bathing Suits at .$1.C0 a Suit.
G3 & G5 Fort Street.
-S53? T 3BC
3EO--Aulf Ac COMPANY.
fats Furnishing floods, &u.
Te 1)6 f duI in any stein lie Kington!
Doiitei to Inform Ids ninny frlcmUmid
the public of Honolulu in genera,
Ilia lie has puicliuccd the
HONOLULU STfiAM LAUNDRY
No expense lias been iparol Incom
pletely renovating thU establishment.
Wliilu labor only will be empiiucd
Ai much ns possible.
Strict attention will bo paid to wash,
ing, to ns to prevent all Hough Wear or
Usugu while undergoing tlie cleaning
Special tonus for Fiimillcs, Hotels,
ItebtauninlP, Lodging.lic.uies and bhip.
ping. Small repairs will-be done lreu
of charge. WuMilrig will be railed tor
ami delivered frcu ol elmigo at any part
(itiuianU'e Mitlsfaciloii and no more
complaints to be beard fiom patrons.
Ulvo u a trial and be convime.l lliat
we mi an Jm iness. Hell Telephone 100.
Oltlcc, Queen slmt; Waiklkl fide of
Huekfeld A Co. Hull Telephone SQ8.
HOUSE to IiET.
e, a rPHK House and l'rumlurs
j3n JL hitely occupied by Y S
Luce, rui,, siluiito on Union
btreet urnl AdunH I.anu. Tito House
contains parlor, H bedroom)", 2 dressing,
rooms, Jmlhvuy, dining room, p mtry and
kitehm. There U iiIm a Cn.tage fa ti10
gioundu with :t room-', stable, can luge,
home and scivanl's lonn. Tlie pluce is
in perfect order. Pucinlon given at
oiiqc Apply to
J. M. MONSARRAT.
87 tf No STMcrehtiiitHtrtct.
nuswer to several eunuliles con-
cerninir Whale lloat Frames, wo
have new in course of construction,
!1 Whalo Boat KramcK 74 feet by 112 feet
lung. These f rallies aio bent hi ouu
piece of oak, and held to shape, thus
requiring little tact t.o set them up and
build. The full frame for Mich boats,
including citnta, 45 Bcetiong hi number,
U hold at 28; vjtli large Moms on keel,
and ready to plunk $10. They mono t
intended to be clinker built, nor at thu
frail Imported whale boats pi oner, but
tire Intended for rough use and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for llslilug aud
trading; pin poses. We have cy ported
these frames and intend doing o, and
make thla offer to auiatours nud others
desrom of trying their hand, with
plenty of lclsute and small cuMi to make
u hiistueHj, Will bend frame to any
given model from 5 to S.I torn, Also on
(laud for unlo Surf ami Pleasure lloata.
Ketu, Kuecti and Timbers. Mutual
Telephone No 3S5.
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LANDS FOR LEASE.
Lots and Aeri-
Lands may inquire
of the umler.-dynS! :
There are 10 House Lois at Hamohamo,
Waiklkl; 3 of these being near tho Got
eminent road and r.loto to the sea beach.
1 Homo hot at Palolo, Oubu.
1 House Lot at Kuuluwela, Oahu.
1 Lot, a beautiful grove of trees on tho
bunks of a running stream aboetlie
fulls of Waikahalulu, and including tho
1 Land at Hauula, Oahu.
1 Land at Ewn, Oahu.
4 Lots at Poluui, Lslmliin, MauL
1 Land at Nahikii, Maul.
1 Land at llamal.ua, Hawaii.
tarl'hc above Lands will be leased
for tho term of 10 lo 15 veurs. Apply
Honolulu, October 25, 1888. 31 2w
ONE flno WHch Cow
price, $100. Apply
at the Bulletin OQlcc.
DUHINO the temporary absei ce of
ourKr. Win. ti. Irwin froi.itb.lu
Kingdom Mr. FruuU V. Hastings will
act lor our bank in all matters ol bust
uees. GLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 2,1, 18S8. 7U aw
DUIUNG the temporary absence ot
oik Mr. Win. H. Irwin from this
Kingdom Mr. W. M. Gillard will tetfor
our linn under power of attnrnoy,
,r , . yu- G "WIN & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. 91, 188. 7t gw
AT tho King's Hlable,
on King btre it, Fo.
lama, C good work Mules
aud Harness all complete.
well broke; also 0 head of good Ameri.
canllorirs; nlo 1 fres-h young Jersey
Cow. well broke to milking; 1 me year
old Norman Htallion with a good pedl.
grte, a sure foal gettor, and nry lady
can drive him, fears nothing, .uyono
wishing to purchase please cill and
examine stock. I have owned thu slock
souiotiiBc and huvo raised somo of It
Ion my own ranch lu Han MMen ( ounty.
Cal, IIENItY WOItMINGTON.
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