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But established 1 the benefit of alii
MONDAY, M,' iOH 18, 1-S9.
A telegram from Kiel, Germany,
datod March 3rd, published In Ame
rican pppers of the dth, stntos thnt
the Gcrttmn corvotto Olgn bomhnfd
cd Matnafn's camp, and the Captain
of the American warship Nipsic pro
tested. , The protest was disregard
ed. Whereupon the Kipsic Iked
upon the Olga, sending a shell be
tween her decks, and doing conside
rable damage. The Olga then (Ircd
a torpedo at the Nipsic. blowing her
up with all hands.
No ofllcial information had been
received at Washington up to the
time of the Mariposa's sailing from
San Francisco, on the Oth, and the
truth of the telegram was doubted.
The substance ot the telegram was
first published in the Hreslnu "Zei
tuug," and is supposed to have
reached it by the way of Auckland,
New Zealand. It is highly impro
bable that buch news, if tiuc, could
have reached the "Zeitung" without
the London papers getting the same.
Europe and America arc connected
witli Auckland by telegraph, and an,
event so important woiifu have been
known at Washington and London
within a few hours after its being
known at Auckland. That such in
telligence could have been kept se
cret at Auckland after reaching
there is scarcely credible. In fact,
we cannot view the news in any as
pect that is free from impiobability.
It may possibly Do true, but the
probabilities aic all against it.
The Supreme Court in Banco,
in decision ve published last
Saturday, Mr. Justice Dole dissent
ing, hold, that Section one of the
Act 1887 is unconstitutional which
prohibits traders and business men,
except druggists, physicians and
licensed liquor dealers, from keeping
on their premises more than one-half
a gallon of wine or beer or one quart
The grounds of this decision are,
that the. title of the Act, viz.; "An
Act to better prevent illicit traillc in
spirituous liquor," does not properly
express its object as shown in the
first Section, viz. : to prevent the
possession pf more than a limited
quantity of spirits; and secondly,
that the section is oppot'd to the
equal property rights seemed by
Aiticlc one of the Constitution.
That isto say, that one .person can-J
not in the Yin" i . majority ot' the
judges, be icule a : i imr d for keep
ing on his - at. article not
necessarily uiui ilungciousto the
community, like gun powder for
instance, and which others can keep
on their premises with impunity.
Judge Dole thinks that Courts
have no right to discuss the policy
of a law 'which says, that the keeping
of more than a specified amount of
spirituous liquors upon the premises
of traders or business men shall be
prohibited as dangerous to the com
munity, lie also thinks that the
Act sufficiently embraces its express
ed object- of preventing "illicit
traffic in spirituous liquors."
When judges disagree, if not
when they agree, laymen may come
to tlie fiont and say their say on the
comparative merits of the opposing
judicial views, and therefoie we are
free Jo express, our view, that -the
main objection to this Act is not
that it fails to embrace or express the
object expressed in its title, but
that it carries that object into effect
too thoroughly to suit most per
sons. Whether under the legislative
police power of making "wholesome
lows," the "dangerous" articles
which can be tabued are confined to
explosives, or to things which tan
gibly and directly destroy pioperty
andjife, .or include spirituous liquor,
on the theory that they indirectly do
inoreharm than is done by gun
powder and dynamito, is' a question
on which every one, even a legislator
may have his opinion. The majority
. of the judges think that the legisla
tive poiyer to protect the community
from "(langeiouV things does not
include the power to tabu spirituous
liquors. Judge Dolo thinks that it
rs for the legislature only to decide
whether the possession of spirits is
dangerous, and therefore criminal,
and that there ,s no inconsistency
between restricting the use of liquor
by forbidding its sale except under
n Ucerwe, and fotbidding Its pofics.
sion nt one's place of business.
The two oplnlous will bo freely
discussed. While wo do not now
express our own opinion upon that
portion of the decision which deals
with the "danger" theory, we must
say that theio is thU gain made by a
dissenter upon the bench, that the
possibility of a dissent must lead to
irreatcr care in the preparation of
BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION 1
lntarosting Horse Iluves nt
the Park !
An Immense Number of People in At
tendanceThe Barbecue Full
Account of the Sport.
March 17th was the fifty-fourth an
niversary of the bii tli of lion. John A.
Cummins. The event was celebrat
ed by that gentleman on Saturday,
by a 9eries of horse races and bar
becue nt Kapiolani l'ark. Early
Saturday inoiuiiig it had eveiy ap
pearance of being a wet day. but
shortly after ten o'clock old Sol
made his appearance, and the
weather for the rest of the day was
all that could be desired, though
there was a strong wind blowing
across the track. Both the private
anil public stands were decorated
with flans and evergreens, and the
front of the Judges' box was cover
ed with bunting. The Hawaiian
flag was floating from thecentieof
the largo stand, and streamers of
Hags were living gaily to the breeze
on either side. From the Hag pole
in the Park just beyond the Judges'
box a long handsome streamer of
white was Hying with the words
"Taiehu Driving Club" in red let
tors. The stand near the saddling
paddock wax occupied by members
of the above club, and was gaily de
corated with evergreens, etc., for
the occasion. The Hawaiian band
was stationed in the stand adjoining
and played at intervals throughout
the day. In rear of the stands a
lanai had been erected and tallies
placed in position to accommodate
several hundred people. The posts
of the lanai were all decorated with
ferns and evergreens, while the ta
bles were covered with white cloth.
At 1 o'clock au elegant lunch was
served to all present, the prieipal
item being a barbecued bullock, the
meat of which was delicious eating.
Then there was salads of all kinds,
lish, loan, coflec, lemonade, in fact
a very tempting and varied display
'of viands. An clllcient corp ol
waiters was in attendance to look
after the wants of the multitude.
The generous hospitality of Mr.
Cummins in providing such a boun
tiful lunch w.is much appreciated by
everyone present, lhe laiehu Chili
entertained their friends, and the
health of Mr. Cummins was chunk
with much enthusiasm time and
Before ten o'cloek the hour nam
ed for the commencement, of the
races, the grand btand and the pri
vate ones were entirely Idled, main
of our most piominent citizens with
thoir families being present. Their
Majesties the King and Queen arriv
ed at half-past ten o'clock, the band
playing llawaii Ponoi. II. II. II.
Princess Liliuokalani, 11. R. II.
Princess Kaiulani, II. R. II. Piin
cess Puomaikelaui, and Princes Ka
nauatiakoa and Kalauianaole wen
also present, occupying seats in the
Jockey Club stand, from which the
Royal Standard was (lying.
The members of the Taiehu
Club were all neatly attiicd
in very handsome suits of white
llaunel, made expressly for then)
by Mr. fll. Goldberg, the well
known gentleman's furnisher. The
hats were of white felt, the brims
being trimmed with red and white
ribbon. Each member of the Club
wore a red sash and a silver badge
with the words "Taiehu Dtiviiig
Club" engraved on it. Mr. Gold
berg also furnished one thousand
programmes free of charge, which
act was much appreciated. Tho
races started promptly on time and
were well contested. It is doubtful
if there was ever a better day's rac
ing held in the islands. The ollleials
were: Judges, Ctipts. A. N. Tripp
and John Ross and Major Scwaid;
Starter, Clarence Macfarlane; Time
Keepers, James G. Spencer, Frank
P. Hustings and J. A. Spear; Cleik
of the Course, James Meiaeburg;
Saddling Paddock, Capt. Cluuey,
Dr. Rowutand J. I. DowsettJr.
Following is a full account of tho
No. I. Blcyde (of nnv kind) Hace, 2
in lu dash. Kirf to all. JCn
liy 81. Prlzn 89fi. donated In
llio Hawaiian Tramways Co nr d
allium of Hawaiian Views li,
J. .1. WilliHins, and entiles
Thos. P. Cummins 1
David Koil 2
Ruby Dexter 0
Cummins took tho lead at
starting and never being headed,
won with the greatest ease. Time,
9 mil). 5 1A sec.
No. 2. Kuuiiliij: lliico, 1 ml'e dish.
For Hawaiian lir.'d lio si'i-.
Flic fin nil. Caleb wclulr.
Prize JrcUuy budillr, huddle
Clnlli, Itjdlte liridlf, Martin,
pile and Whip, donated by
Ron. W. K. Foster und $15
ii i ' i f www nuiiia ntriif-MHi
J. A. Cummins' gr m Ivory, . , . , , 1 half m1l tho latter passed Water
J. A. Cummins' b st J. A. C. ... .2 ' ford Colt and went after Piko Nul,
II. F. Uebbanl's hi g HnrrUin....3 V the stietch there wai a splemhd
II. Crabbe Jr. gr fat Waleiiord I lace between the two hwlcis, but
Colt 1 Kaaolaui got the beit of tho Btrugglc
Jas. Campbell's b g,Piko Nui 5 ' ami won by half n length. Time:
At the woiil "rrn".l. A. O. took
a slight lead but wax soon passed hy
Ivorv, the rest all bunched logeihor.
It was a beautiful race lo the half
mile post. A feV yaids further on
Ivory tnoica-ifcd her had somewhat,
but at the quailcr post J. A. C.
eaiuu up and a splendid nice cnxiicd
between the two in the wire, Ivoiy
ridden by Johnuy Noble, winning
by ft bare head. Timo 1 :ol. .
- r" t "
No. i!. Tnittlng) ami P.ictnVr-nnO(, 1
mile tlii-h fFor,Hfwulian'bit-tl
linei, U years oil, To roail
cart and itilc. I'nzn nittcu
Writer-Pitcher and $fiQ ami en
tries. ' . v(
J. A. Cummins' ch st Emperor... .1
E. G. Sehumnn's b st Gus. . '. . i . . ' 2
C. B. Wilson's b st Meteor 3
Meteor got the best of the start,
but was soon passed by Gus. The
hitter had to give way to Emperor.
At the half mile Gus and Euiperur-
were about even,, when the' former'
broke and fell behind. Emperor
had now a good lead, and holding it
won by about live lengths. Time
.No. 4. Tint nbip Hncc, mile dish.
F- Huwutinii, in d lioine-.. 4
yea s old. Cnlcli wci'idif. I'rlze
v!ii, donaitil l Hun haiiiuui
Pur iter and $15 unit entiles.
J. A. Cummins' gr. g. Surprise.. 1
John Grace's b. g. Woodlann. . . .2
There were seven entries in this
race but only two started. Surptlso
jumped off with the lead and in-
creasing it at nearly every stride.
won easily by ten' lengths.- Johnny
Noble rode the winner. Time: 1 :23.
No. '). 'Plotting and l'aeint; Race.
1 mile hunu Hot 2 In B o Hoaii
On'. Frto lo all. IVizu M;t
of Tiack ll.il lici-1, lij II iwniiau
Hi; 1 Staldi's Co. una 530 and
onirics. ii ' ' a "
Cecil Brown's Johnny Gold
smith II. F. Hebbard'sGco. II...
S. F. Giuliani's Joe Dake. ..
E. R. Miles' Billy U
1 t l
1 3 s
2 2 2
?) -I A
E.G. Schuinan'sSweetwood U 5 with
Time: 2:1.U, 2:37A, 2:11.
First heal. Goldsmith was the
fa-vorite but broke badly at the
start. Geo. II. look the lead but
In caking, let up Joe Dake and Billy
D. the latter going into llrst posi
tion. In the inc.iuliine Goldsmith
was making up his lost ground.
Rounding the turn for home Geo.
11. took second place and Joe Dake
passed Billy D. A line luce up the
stietch H'sulied in Geo. II. just
beating Joe Dake.
Second heat. At the word "go"
Joe Dake took the lead, but was
soon parsed by Geo. II. Near the
liaif mile post, the latter bioke let
ting up Joe Dake followed closely
by Goldsmith. The hitler on lhe
lower turn got the lead and was soon
live lengths ahead, winning easily at
the liuish by inoie than that dis
tance. Third heat. Sweetwood was with
drawn. Aline stait was effected,
Goldsmith taking the lead which he
maintained to the end, winning
easily by between six and seven
'Uutmne J ic, If nii'e dali.
For II i a inn lied Iinri'j. 2
ycuibOll Cii'oh w-fiulil. Prize
u ciiuip'iie II .re Suit iiti.i
I'ioniredi'irit d In Union V cd
Co. ad K i g l-ros., and ft
J. A. Cummins' gr. m. Eleu 1
J. A. Cummin's b. f. Fashion. . . .2
Springbox was withdrawn. Eleu
took the lead at stinting and eventu
ally won alter a line race by a
length. Time: 20 seconds.
No, 7. Runnliii' It 'ei', mil" da'li.
For Iliwaian iul h n.--, n
years i!r (! r Ii wel dr. Pii.i
n Hi k T.a'i R ln mi'1 n l?nnl.
d in'c1 li G. W. Ma? ail.m
&r) i II wi'ia i Net Co.
and 15 mid entries
Chas. Lucas' ch. f. Goldleaf 1
J. A. Cummins' b. st. Gov. Dom-
iuis. . . , 2
E. R. Miles' b. g. Shoo Fly 8
J. A. Cummins' b f. Varago -1
Jos. Tinker's 1)1. f. Lady Langtry..'i
They got away to a good start,
Goldleaf assuming the lend, the
others gelling somewhat scattered
before a hundred yards had beem
run. Goldleaf maintained the lead
to the wire winning easily by a
length and a half. Lady Langtry
was ridden by her owner. Time:
No. 8. Runuijig Hiiec, f mile dneli.
Fiio I ,. !1 1' .yeiiSilk Ruin
am1 a Hl'tini Hi hli do u cd
by G. W. M .er.irlancit Co. ud
.1. T. Waiir oiise, nnd 15 nnd
Ulltl u .
J. A. Cummins' b. st. Rex .1
II. Crabbe, Jr.'s 1). st. Bazaar.. . .2
II. F. Ilebbard'sb. g. Ileytlierc. .3
Jas, Campbell's b.f. Kikila 4
E. U. Miles' b. st. Hancock Jr. . . .5
There was considerable delay at
the starting post owing to Rex's
anxiety to get off. At last they got
away to a good Btart and half way
up the Btretch it looked as if Ilcy
t here would win, but Rex, well rid
den by Johnny Noble, crept up by
degrees and won a good race by half
a length. Time 25 seconds,
No. 0. Running Uiro. mile dacli.
Fno tor nil. P . 3 Hri'iiziPi
ilia Pu'jMu Hardware CV
, and 15 anil' entries I' I
. - ii - . '
J. A. Cummin's b. f. Kaaolani .... 1
J. Campbell's b. g. Piko Nui 2
II. Oiabhe, Jr.'s g. st. Wnlerfonl
E, II. Miles' b. g. Nick
When the wi.rdtwas given Water
ford Colt and Piko Nut jumped off
together, Kaaolani third. At the
n i initiiifnMiMi
No 10 Trotting anil 1'nrl g Rue-, 1
mil -dash Doulile Inun . Fi'
tm nil. I'll." ft tibviTplnl'ri
Toll t Sit, don to.l ly ii. 0.
11 ll & So i, ilu.l U and en
,, . . . ( Sweetwood )
Schuinan s ., ,, ...
( llUStt Ull, J t j
1 .. It.. I... 1
S, F. Graham's i" ;,""'' V
A good deal of interest was taken
lnUhis iacc. It was a pretty sight
while the four teams weic scoring.
Selluman's team bad the pole and nt
the wot d "go" took the lead and
maintained it" to the end winning
it quite easily. Time: 3.18.
No. ll 1'ony It ii c, 1 nd e d ish. K r
.TJ "Haw ti an potiks iimler 14
f ha Ik Ca'cli weight. 1 ize
'Saddle, Bi Idle. Hinnhi-t, eic .
don .ted hy II. F. Helilmul . ii 1
N F. iitaiiuin, .ill i $15 and en-
J. Campbell's b. f. Klki'a..
Kapetia' gi. g..Pul;ak.iiinlii.
Kunani's s. g. Billv C
E. Ri Miles' gr. nu Molly..,
W. S. May's gr. g. Prince. ,
Jos. Tinker's bl. in. Nettie. ,
While the ponies were
. .. i
track preparing for the start Nettie
made a dasli for the gate leading to
the stables throwing the native lad
who was riding her, into the sand.
The lad was soon on her back again
and the ponies drew up to the wite.
A false start was made but Nettie
kept agoing and ran two miles and
nqiiarter before she was pulled up.
The race was eventually staited
without her. Kikila got the lead .it
ttho start and never lieing headed
won easily by five lengths. Pi nice
did not finish the course. Time:
iNo. 12. Tiottni! Race lo Roal (.'an, l
mile (la-li. Kim; lot all 11. i.
w.ni.m lucii li ii -is Prize I up
l.olieai.d vv In) I'onu ell lyB.
F. K'll-r-- & (J,., ai.o F. Pimp.-,
arm i 50 ii d eti'iiif.
J. A. Cummin's Emperor 1
J. Campbell's J. C 2
Jas. Cowan's Lottie C S
Lottie C. t'iok the lead but break
ing let up Emperor, who went along
in line style passing under the wire
an easy winner. Time: 3:15) 3-o.
No. 111. Illinium; Race, i mil- du-h.
Free lur ii'. Pnc'a Road Cait,
In O'C H.iutii an M.tntit.iuur
inj; C in ?lo and ciilnc.
J. A. Cummin's J. A. C 1
J. A. Cummin's Ivo' 2
II. h Ilebbard's Ilanison o
E. R. Miles Nick -1
Reil Oak, Telephone and Surprise
were withdrawn. A good stait was
made Harrison piloting the way
with" Ivoiy last. In passine the
stand the fust time J. A. C. had
laken first place with Ivory second,
Harrison in last position. Just be
fore reaching the half mile post
Harrison passed Nick and went in
pin suit ot Ivory who held stcund
place. J. A. C. still had the lead
and won at the finish by fully eight
lengths. Time: 2:j1.
No. i. I'n t iig IC-.ce, t milo dash,
in al nor e- iluit nevir lna
a nun tvs. Pi. O t ol 11a.
ni"" do uiU'd lij I) . ltoat,,ii.il
$ 0 mill enlri t,
II. F. 11 -board's Geo. II 1
E. G. Schuinan's Sweetwood. ...2
Geo. 11. held the lead throughout
and passed under the wiie an easy
winner. Time: 2 :-J8.
No. 15. I'm it ii l Inn S iridic Hoifc
line. 1 mill- d'isli. ', z.
' iii-o of Clinnipagiie.
II F. Ilebliard's Hiirri-.on 1
E. R. Miles' Nick 2
Chas. Hall's Oliver 3
Jas. Meiscburg's Unknown 4
Oliver took lhe lead nnd held it to
the half mile post where he was
passed by Harrison and Nick, the
former passing under the wiie lir&t
an easy winner. Time: 2:0'.
The races were concluded about
half-past four o'clock und the im
mense crowd giaduaily dispersed
homewards after having spent a most
BY a competeni nnd irustwoiiliy Man
as toii-ki-epcr, cleik or as Inna in
ii plnniuHi'n. O I ufeieneeH. Apph
to .1. Hutching-, MuMiI.tin Otllce.
200 1 w
TO LET or LEASE.
nMIE I'n in lt.es lately o
1 pied lo Mr. M. !. ui
en ICi nu Unit, neur 'I'lioiniiH
iSiiu.iii'. Ailtt.iiui wu'er and niodeiu
convcuieiices. App'v lo
200 tf At K U IliilUVi&.in'g.
rpilK pirtiierRiilp lureioforn rxiMlno.
1. Iieiwo'-n M. N". bandur-i mil l- I,
0 for under tin nainu of tjandei' i..
prths O i haw b en din-olved, Tho lit-i.
nit b will hucairied on h. M.N Sunders
ns heretofore, K. I. Oiu'ici is not autho
rized to collect any iiiimic due tlie linn,
either on the express husiucsb or lor the
rintHKo of uiljliisli.
2001m M. N. SANDKKS.
AH, nOW AT, Veterinary Surgeon,
t I'lllcii und In i in c ni IlHwuimii
lloiel -tub fit i oilier Hotel mid li chaid
MicctP. .-cienilllc iieniuieiit in all ill.
inu of di uieutiii animals Orucrs tor
planialinii and lanuh flock pi.,iiiill)
aileiiiltd t. Miilinl Teltnliinm :t.i4,
P. 0 UnjLllsiil. uili.lSRU
IF YOU WANT A SITUATION,
A. ftdvcriUe in the "Daily Uiillctln."
., Maitacr as, wort.
m'faiif i y itJtf)
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levey.
On Wi'dnosrtiiy, Mnrch 20,
AT iii O'CLOCK. XOO.V,
At m Hi c ion s corner ot Fort and
'Queen nticetp, 1 will sell at
l'uiiliu .Mic Ion,
4 Hall & Co.'s Iron Safes 1
25 Picks 25 -hovels,
Builder's Sundries, Etc., Eto.
LEWIS J. .LEVEY,
Auction Sale of
Valuable Horses & Colls!
I-Yiini Imported Stock.
By ouli i of ihcTinstccnf HliMjit's
"liUiuc I will ipM M Puliltc Aticiion
On ftfionday, March 25,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOIIX,
At the 1'mIiI irk in tear of tlie Hon J I.
Dowbuii'g t ftl '0, Queen street,
24 Horses, Mares and Colts,
(More or Lo-) :
Fioin Well-known Imported Slock.
TI KJIW CASH.
LEWIS ,J. LEVEY,
V.IS St Auctioneer.
Auctiou Sales by James F. Morgan.
On AVfdnostlay, march 20,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
At ll.c r. -ideiK r ol Mr. M. l.oui S'n,
Kiiij; Btiect im ncioiini ol ikpunur ),
I will sell at Public Auedon,
His Entire Househ'd Furniture,
CouiprUuig in pirt:
(A Splcnd il Iiisliumcnt);
i Center and Sofa Hug,
4 liyh' I'd d ml (Jii.iiii clier-!,
Statuary, Steul Engravings
Ij-ug- iiliin el Jllirnr,
1 Handsome UpM Parlor Suite
Ijlinny Elngeio nnd Culiliet,
Liieu Uuil mi-, l)r iiiciiuj,
ItlacU VVn mil Hnl Stand,
i Massive Bkck Walnut Bedroom Set,
Cull r i SI irhli'inp;
Spiingandll ii atu,i'sc,
1 DiUle B. I. Virllrolig,
Lmitlicr f'ove'cd 1 ounge,
Plusli Kasy I hairs,
Large Koa Wardrobe.
2 Hlici: Walnut W rlrolie-,
I. W. Onliiriil Maibetop liureai b,
1 A-.li ll dnii m t,
Feiitlii-i Pnlunci, Mnsqullu Nt,
1B.W. Pillar Ex. Dining Table,
I1.IW. Dining-i o n UiiairJ
I E e;iiil li. W Si ilinind,
Irun Licd-ie.ulh II uij-inj.' L'imps,
GROCKERY and GLASSWARE,
ICuclici Slave and Uli-nMK
hcfneei t) , Meat Safe. A'-o,
2 Family Carriages & Sets of Harness,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
To imrlirs iiiicnuini: rofurnlhinp,
IUIb miIi: ofTi-rs a very definable oppor
tunily, us ilie Ktlrninue is nearly new
nnd in pood uondiliou. lrivlng li.-en in
use. Inn a very short time
BQM'liu I'lenilsi-. will ha opn for
inspection on TUESDAY, .March 13ili,
from a. m, lo !1 p. m.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
Kiiii; ItroN. Jiavo JiiNt received
A Kino Lino of Easter Cards.
lUving secured llio ctrvii-ea of a
Viint VAixst Cook
And niiulu imui) oilier changes In the
maiiajieiiii'iit ucnin nov jirc.
piiul In put up tlie
Best Bill of Fare in Honolulu.
U8 3 m
Ci Uonso Dining Hon
j . f nri wW m J wiO' tfwi'Wrttwiww"''"
B. F. EHLEfiS & CO.
HAVING TAKEN STOCK AND AltE OFFERING-
All Goods at Greatly Reduced Prices I
-SPECIAL BARGAINS OF-
Remnants In All
Just Received a
-WE "WILL SELL
Our 2.50 Parasols for
Our $3.50 Parasols for $2.00.
Our S4.50 Parasols for 82.75.
Our $5.50 Parasols for $3.:0.
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American & European Drugs & CSiemidals
Petfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents for P. Lorill.ml & Co.'s Tobnccob, & W. S. Kimball it Co.'s
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works 73 Hotei Street.
JTOH'V tTlilClZT, IIOrS'OIUlL.U.
.-ST BAItQAINS -j
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Loner Prices than ever before. New inioicc of
Jubt Deceived j
IVovelticN nun Fmicy GoodH, InLnrgo Vnrlty.
Carriage For Sale Cheap.
1 NEW C tund.r Car-X,--
liuco iiifl llniRlad
filial liund-omcl . tiiuniiid
in llrMilHB-Myle miiit be immedi.ilely
(.old to dune, an nii;iiii)i nt, ean lie n en
at W. H. Pujjc's c.i iiiil'C manutuctuiy,
No. 12e Port Mreut.
HAWAIIAN IJUSIXESS AGENCY.
COPIES of the Hawaiian Direct' ly
, rfur 18R8.'J recfiuly piiblifliud by
tho McKeniioy Directory Co, for enlo,
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage For Sale Cheap.
1.BTOUY Cotine, neaily
new, contaiiiii g parlor,
illniug,rooin, 4 bcdiooin, kit-
chen, Imthrooni and uater.closd, vcrau
das, stable, wag ii,shi!il, chieken Iioumi
nnd yard, lloer garden, etc. Lot U")X
100 lee', mid lensid lot adjoining 7fv7
it ui. rtlliinit) at Knpulmna, iiiauku Hide
of Kin? stieel. Apply nt '
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished Lodging' House.
LONG ctiiHbliblictl in a de.
Hiiablc locality in Hono.
lulu, vnIiIi unexpirid icntie of
"iYt years at low rental - nU'ered, (on
au:on.i of lll.healih), lihoui lioniiu, tn
purtv i.uyiiiir ihu tiiiuiiuiu at a lair
vnluiliim. iheiQ are 2.1 loom- ou ihu
piemi-e. well furnished, yielding a
handsome levciuui Apply ut
HAWAIIAN BUIVESS AGENCY.
I F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
I JL advertise it in tho "Dally Bulletin."
Freah Lot ol 1
BLACK HOSE !
F'OR ONE WEEK-
2l - 87
SOT BARGAINS -8
S & GEN'L MERCHANDTSF..
ANIUfc 4.roomed Cottage
on Punchbowl meet
near tho .Muriiion Chuichra
lino health locnlity, quiet neiehborhood.
Inquire of A. VOGEL,
180 tf At Kd. IIoIRchliifjur & uo.'a.
cd Hnojns. ..Heard If ic.
qiiiicd. Apply ut "Chamber '
lain llon-e,V King Mrpct, oppoaito Ka.
waiahao Seminary. "184'tf
J&JL A Ilkftnil Comfortable
illflaiSfi - Uo,1MJ fm I'uncUbuwl
ItSUSsaS street, between Palace Wulk
nun uuitiaiiia Mrem. Apply to
Dit. J. S. McGJBEW,
no n ktrtet
AUj persons buying claims against
W. I.. Viidinbiiig will pltaBO
prc&tnt them to ( hiiihb C'rclghton on or
bcturo JiinuiiO, I8-9. 108 1m
SPECIAL NOTICE. ;M
Sak Piukcimo, Cau,
February 10, lb 9
WK herewith ceitify tbi.t .Mti
Dodd & Alillci urn ourduU
inoiizeii ami only ngints foi ;ihu H
vxtiiuu Ilanih fur Ihu bub ot our Luc
lieer i keg-.
.IOIIN WIELAND HKEWINGCO.,
HJ' John ll. Wiolami bit
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
J. advertise in the "Dsily Bulletin." '