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Wt invite the Ladies of "Honolulu to cull anil inspect out
FINE LINE of MILLINERY
0POX8- 3E3A.rJL713R. !
Fancy Ribbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats in thiG city.
gr on: stock cant hi: beat. &3
Chas. J. FISHEL'S,
Lading Millinery House, Corner Fort HuUl ts
egan : axnrar
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
lvll (;l-i,H I'i'oni ." ! -! Hut ton-,
Hosiery, Salines, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
AlO, CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valises,
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and Geueral Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
Oarpi'utorr.', Blacksmiths', Mnohinith' A Plumbers' Tools,
BOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
.Kitchen I'li'iifil.-, Paints, Oil.", Varnishes, Lamp Gnuls liuilj
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbos, 5 'Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
CRYSTAL -:-SODA -:-WORKS,
JOHN GRACE, : : Proprietor.
SOLE .MANUFACTURERS of "THE OR EAT 111.000
v. SARSAPARILLA and IROIC WATER,
AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED PURE
Mutual Telephone 3 30 -tea
"Island orders promptly attended to. iiav-8-S'.Muii
UNION FEED CO.,
OFFER AT UEl) ROCK TRICES
CulHoriiiu Hay, Oats, Itran,
Oil C'ako Meal, Linseed Meal,
Uavley, Rolled Barley,
Middling Ground Barley,
FLOUR xarAHn, Golden
lelephoueB, No. 175.
DlmosKl Iloel," IVok.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware I
Ohandeli&rs, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLXTMBIHG, TIN, COPPER AMD
mkj Sheet Iron Work.
Lemon, Crcnin & Plain
jsa'jitrcic'r .- 1
o J6T Boll Telephone 298
Wheat and Corn Flour.
Gate & Salinas FLOUR
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
U A: Wi' lfln- H1i-mW.
DAILY JUJLLBTm: XIOlfJQLULU, H. I.,
E. B. THOMAS,
Iron. Slono A
ki:i:ps i on sai.i:
Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
M:Ulilc I)Ut. Wile l.illll,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
(kinrrv Tile UMitod. white mill blue.
Million. Plastic' and EncnuMlo lilt Iti i
vatlous patterns", nil kinds of Utnlnngc
ESS Onion Souttuvf comet Aln-,
leu mill (Juui'ii tii'i'H.
Mutual - -uiTELEPHONES(iay Ull 351
Government Coupons Lost !
March 23ul. Coupons 850, Bond No. 224
' 630, " -'27
'J5. lS'JO. Blllt
"lOl'IKSof the DAILY
J tin- dale ipi'i'llli'il below,
;i couv MI1 lie nam
for tin' same on
ilcllvriv ut tills olllcc:
.Iiiiiiimy la. JSMl,
VOll SALE CHEAP
COMPLETE oulilt for making mid
J.. diupi'iiitu; cmbotintod beveragi,
till In good older
IIS. MONHOE. ludicb' uiirsn, has
romoved to No. , Kukul lnne.
It. II "V. (JUKEN is nutlioriscd in
collect for our nccoiint.
M7 1m .1 E. UIIOWN & en.
M11S. OltOP.Ni: l now pi-opmvd to
give InMnii'tions In Fancy Work
ut "TIib Arlington." Itoom fi. Cla-n
J.osjoiis: .Mondnys, Weiliusdii.V' mid
l'tldiiye. l'rivab'" li'foi by ppclM
iiiianjji'intMit. .Stmnplnjf and ordcr
pioiupily mtrnded to. U-bL'l-ly
HAVING bought out Mr. W. II.
I'npo in the "Honolulu Omriiigp
Manufactory," nt 128 Foil street, lam
prepared to continue the nbovo business
under the old name of Honolulu Car
i luge Manufactory, and being an old
experienced carriage builder I solicit
the patronage of my old friends and the
public in general, and with my thorough
Knowledge of tbo business anil with e..
perienced workmen and using only the
best material 1 guarantee geneial satis
taction, l'lcubc call and bie me before
(Signed): OIDF.OX WEST.
Honolulu. Ort. 2S. 18R0. !! If
TTA 1X0 bought nut the Inix
XX .1. X. S. Williams and Jt. Morn .
Co.. and imported the heavy inaebinery
necefsaiy in order that wo may be able
to do all' elasse- of work in our line, we
aie now piepared to cairv on a bii'lne-s
: Engiueei'K anil lion l'dundcis, uianu
laetuiing Suanr Machinei.i, lnlgatlng
.Mai'li'tiiery, Steam ICnuine.-, Kie., Etc.
We uiaku a specialty of manufacturing
Diffusion Machinery In all IN brauclu.
and guarantee nil work to be dune on
tin Minrtc-t possible notien.
.special attention will be paid to city
onlei for making or lepaiiiug Machi
uer. and the woil, done al ieaouabIe
Wo triint that by a eloe attention in
executing our older, we will .soon gain
otirMiare In the foundry woik ot Ibe
' t'xiox inox womesco..
.T. X. S. William-. Manager.
Olllee iV Works', lNplanado, Honolulu,
Furnished House To Let
AT Wnikiki, a two story
House, containing sl.v
moms nicely furnished, with
kitchen, lanai. bath and servant's rooms,
stable, etc., to let for a low months at a
reafonable. rate. Or rooms vi ill bo let
slnaly with good lablo board.
HAWAIIAN I1US1XESS ACiEXCY.
Valuable Property For Stile
fN isuuium Avenue, a
newly furnished 2.ctorv
House containing 8 rooms,
kitchen, bathroom, closets, carriage
house, stable, lieucry, etc. Otnunds
contain 2 2.10 ncic, well laid out in
lawns, shade and fruit trees, (lowers,
etc. Will bo sold low, with or without
fiiiulturo, horses, carriages, livestock,
and all the appointments needed in a
lltst-clnss resilience, as the owner in
lends leaving thei-o Islands.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
rjMIE host icmedy fM
J. wounds, ulcer.
galls, proud tlesh ami
.sores of every dcerin-
.--!'---tion to persons or aul
Adonted bv leading hoii-e inll-
cluli and livery stables, etc., in
ihu t'nlted Stales and elM-wiieie, Wo
are prepared to prove thin statement by
testimonials ami leforences to planters
and liverymen In this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
ALAllGE assortment of Photographs
and Stereoscopic Views of tho
most attrantlvo scenery, buildings, nto,
In these lblauds, for sale at reasonable
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOKNOY.
Coiiier Foit and Meiehant streets.
NO DOOMS NEED APPLY.
"Can .you tlircot tint to J'itclfic
City 'r" ns'kcd tliu Buffalo man of a
stntlon-agont In Dnkota ns liu loft
Hie train at n "luuhllc" of four in
llvu houses, "ltiglituuross the street
for information, blr," was the re
ply; ami llio slraiifjer walked across
to' a shanty licnrtnu; the sij;n of
"Ileal Estate,'' anil put the saini'
question to a rcil-heaileil man who
was busy folding anil scaling a pros
pei'tus. "This ivit, sir," wa tho
ealinieply. "Why why " "You
are disappointed, of course?" "Well
rather!" "You expected to see a
city of at least ike thousand inha
bitants, with paths, schools, facto
ri, i'hurclies,uiiil all thai?" "Yes,
I did." "That's the way with many
others : but It is not our tault. Our
object is to go slow ami sure, and
not create anything like a boom to
give fictitious values. We have
done remarkably well thus far. One
year ago this was the only structure
in the city. Now look around!"
"Now 1 can count seven." "Ex
actly! That's what our latest pros
pectus says improved 700 percent,
in one year. Can you ask a town to
go ahead faster than that? Don't
confound this wonderful progress
with a boom, however'! Hooins have
killed half this Western country.
Wo ihjii't want any!" "Mow's real
estate?" queried "the Buffalo man
after ti while. "Advancing, of
course. Six months ago I offered
lots on Washington Avenue for 10
dols. a foot. To-day I am asking
20 dols. That's 100 per cent.
isn't it! and nothing like a boom.
We arc simply growing on our
merits alone. That's the proper
way for a town to grow." "Any
factories here?" "There arc. A
year ago wc had none; now we
'have a blacksmith and a shoemaker.
That's an increase of -'00 per cent.,
and I want you to find a town to
match it. There lias heed no boom
however remember that; it's jjst a
natural growth." '"What's the po
pulation " "That's one of the
strong points in my new prospectus.
A year ago I was here ulono. To
day wc uiimbcr twenty-two souls.
Think of the tremendous per cent,
of increase! All legitimate and on
its merits, and no boom to causo a
rush!" "Are the future prospects
tlattcring?" "Exceedingly so! This
climate is good for catarrh and a
uheck on biliousness. Our seasons
arc very mild, and farmer can get
sixteen hours a day out ot the hired
men. This is a great distributing
point ior tiadc and the centre of
manufactures ; and wc shall seek to
have the national capital removed
here. Wo expect six railroads and
two canals to cross here, three large
universities have asked for sites,
and before the end of the year, Con
gress will lie asked for a public
building to cost not less than a mil
lion dollars. Flattcrinc? 1 should
remark! Hut wc ain't doing any
crowing about it. It might start a
boom and booms arc the bitter foes
ol new towns. Wo want to grow on
our merits as the coming city of the
glorious West. If you write any
thing tor jour home paper, just put
that in all legitimate and solely on
its merits, and no booms need
FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS.
Mrs. L. M. N. Stevens ha3 been
appointed by Gov. Burleigh, of
Maine, as the delegate to represent
Maine at the annual meeting of the
National Association of Charities
and Corrections to be held iu Balti
more, May 11-21. In addition to
her work for woman suffrage, tem
perance, etc., Mrs. Stevens takes
a deep interest in the charities of the
State, and is officially connected
with a number of them.
By Governor Hill's approval of
Senator Sloan's Adirondack Land
Purchase Bills, by which 825,000 is
appropriated lor the purchase of
land in Hint, region, the State is
committed definitely to the rescue
and preservation of the Adirondacks
from spoliation. i lie amount ot
mone1 appropriated is by no means
enough. to accomplish all that is de
sired, but it is at least a good begin
ning that lias been made.
It appears likely that there will
soon be another bridge across the
East River from New York City to
Long Island. It will bo chielly for
railroad uses, and in its height and
length will bo as great a marvel of
engineering ns is the Forth bridge
in Scotland. Another project which
lias also taken shape is that of a
tunnel between New York and
Brooklyn under the East River,
with n gravity railroad through it
and the trains running on a head
way of one minute and a half. The
necessity for increased communica
tion between these two cities is
acknowledged, and rapid transit
promises to be one of the chief
features of tho improvements.
According to a Florida paper a
rcmaikable geological discovery has
been made there. The Gaines Ad
vocate says: "As P. M. Oliver, in
company with a lot of friends, was
chasing a fox through his field near
Payne's Prairie Saturday night last,
his horse ran into a sink, and in get
ting tho animal out on Sunday morn
ing attention was attracted to the
numerous curious penological lorni
ations on tho side of tho sink. Fur
ther examination on Monday dis
closed immense beds of the petrified
bones of tho now extinct diuothe
limn giganteuin, Icthyosaurus, glyp
lodon, paliotbcrium, mastodon, gi
gantic, megatherium, cuvieri, plo
siosaurus and pterodactyl. This is
probably the richest find in the
woild,a"nd altogether accidental."
.APIML 138, 180Q.
T MM'iW W
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Oceanic mwm ml
From San Francisco,
Leave Olio at
H. F. Honolulu
MniipoMi . ... May It ..May 10
.enlaiidia May .'II .lune 7
Alniiiedii Juno S!S. . . . July 5
.Mariposa . July 20' Aug 2
Zealandia Aug 211 . . Aug "0
Alumtda . . Sept 20,. Sept 27
Mariposa Oct IS . . . Oct 26
Zeabtidia Xov Lr. Nov 22
Alameda . Dee 13. Pec 20
For San Francisco.
Leave Due ut
Zcolmulia Apr lti May 11
Alameda May 11 . . . May .11
Mtiriposn Juno 11. . .Juno 28
Zcnlimdiu .. ..July 0 July 20
Alameda Aug i. . .Aug 23
Mariposa . . . . Kept II ... . Sept 20
Zenliindiu... .Oct 1.. .Oct 18
Alameda . . Oct 25) . Nov 15
Maripoea . ...Nov 20. Dec 13
Zealandia Deo 21 Ian 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. V. Leave Honolulu.
Friday . .Apr 25 Friday ..May !
Fridav .May 23 Fridav. . June C
Fiiday. June 20 Friday. July -I
Fridav July IS Fiiday.. . Aug 1
Friday, .Aug 15 Friday. Aug 20
Fridav . . Sept 12 Friday . . Sopt 20
Friday r. Oct 10 Friday.. Oct 21
Fridav.. Nov 7 Fridav.. . Nov 21
Fiiday j ..Dec 5 Friday ..Deo 18
Australian Mail Service,
FOIC 8AX FItAXCINCO,
The new and fine Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu trom Sydney
and Auckland on or about
May 3, 1890.
And will leave for tho above port with
mails and passengers on or about that
For freight or passage, having SU
PEHIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Aironte.
For Sydney and Aucklano.
tad fine Al steel str&rcshlp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
May 10, 1890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for the above- porta
For freight or passage, having SU
PEKlOJt ACCOMMODATIONS, applj
37 WM. Q. IRWIN & CO.. Agent
Steal Job PriilM
odlci! iuiviiig added a large xaiiely
of tlie Intesi sivle.- of
Elegant Type I
To Its Job Printing Room
N belter prepared than ever to execute
all orders in that line, comprising:
Banking lot ins,
Posters, Handbills, Dodgers
Programmes, Etc., Etc.,
ALL AT LOW BATES. -
"Daily Bulletin Office,"
NEW YORK LINE
AN Al Vessel will bo despatched for
Honolulu to sail from NeWYoik
iu all tho month of April. Orders for
goods to bo shipped by this vessel
should bo forwarded as early as pcnnl
hle to Insure shipment. For further
particulars inquire of tho Agents,
CASTLE A COOKE,
Honolulu. H. I.
Or, W. II. CHOSSMAN & BltO.,
77 t 70 Broad street,
18,-. !m New York City.
XATl'RAL Mineral Water
sale only by
W. S. LUCE.
Solo Agent & Importer for tho Ha-
wnllaii Islands. 52:1 tf
NO. (I King street, near the Bridgo.
Open day and nluht. Meals al all
for California produce
E. T, 01LZY,
111 . M. ,. Ii .1
131 Bays fiom Liverpool.
to our regular
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wchave received special lots of
Fanf.y Umbrella Stands,
Funcy Flower Pots,
Cut Wine Glasses,
Basket Trunks In all sizes,
In New DesighN&Latest Pattern.
FINE IRON BEDSTEADS,
F L AG S !
A Fine Selection.
Lawn Tennis Shoes.
Nets & Rackets,
i I I. .1-1 rmr
Paauiiaij Pi a.n'tation, )
Hawaii, March!), 19S8. j"
ItlHilou Iriiu A l.ai'omiitlvc Workn
Oi:xti,ujikn: Wo have used twoo
your 30'Chsmborcd Filler Presses this
season. They are convenient, eaMly
handled and are wot king entirely to on
satisfaction. I can recommend no tin
piovemcnt on thtfin.
Very tcpcc'fully yours,
(Sigurd) A. MOOBE,
Manager Paauhaii Plantation
IIcria, Sept. J8, 18SU.
John Dyeii, Agent ItUduii lion
80 Compartment filter I'rosics, 240 tipint
feet snrfneo, same as tbo one sui idled
us last season, which I inn pleased to
say has given ns entire satisfaction.
(Jto. it. EWA11T.
Manager Heela Agricultural Co.
These Presses are made exlra hr-av)
for high pressures, occupy a floor
space 11 feet by 4 fi ot. and present a
filtering surfneo of 240 tuaro loot.
A limited number in stock In llouo
lulu and are sold at very low prices.
Ristlon Iron & Loco. Works.
iwBr For particular" onrpilre. of
JOHN DYEU, Honolulu,
Boom No. it fcpicckels' Block.
22.-0 tf W. 0. Irwin & Co., Acent.
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Altikcti Htrccta.
Open every Day and Evening.
The Library consists nt tho juesent
time of over Five Thousand Volumes.
The Rcadlug Room Is supplied with
about fifty of tho leading newspaper
A Parlor Is provided for eonvcivutlou
Terms of membership, fifty ueuts a
.no nth, payable quarterly in advance.
No formality required In joining exevpt
signing the roll.
Strangers from foreign countries mid
visitors from the other islands are wel
come to the rooms at all times as guests.
This Association having no regular
means of support except tho dues ol
members, it Is expected that resldenta
of Honolulu who desire to avail them
solves of its privileges, nnd all who feel
an Interest in maintaining an institution
of this klud, will put down their name
and become regular contributors.
A. J. OARTWKIGIIT, Pies.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vlce-l'rcsldout,
If. A. PABMELEE, Secretary,
A. L. SMITH, Treasurer,
O. T. RODGERS, M.D.,
Chalrnmii dull and Library Committee
Continental and Colonial
36 Rue de Dunkerquo, - - Paris.
Bxocutcs Indents for every description
of Freaeh, Belgian,
Swiss, German, and English Goods, at
tho best Manufacturers' Lowest Prices.
Commission, Two.and-a.Half per cent,
All Trade and Cash Discounts allowed
to Clients. Original Invoices forwarded
Remittances, through a London or
Paris Baukcr, payable on delivery of
Shipping documents; or, direct to the
Tho Agency Represents, Buys, and
Sells, for Home and Colonial Firms.
Piece Goods, Cashmeres, Cambrics,
Silks, Velvets, Lawns, Chintzes,
Muslins, Carpets, Cloths,
Millinery, Laces, Gloves,
Fringes, Parasols, Haberdashery,
Gold and Silver Lace,
Flannels, Feathers, Pearl,
Roots and Shoes, Glass, and
China-ware, Clocks, Watches,
Jewellry, Fancy Goods,
Electro-plate, Musical Instruments,
Fans, Ecclesiastical and
Optical' Goods, MirrorB, Toys.
Perfumery, Wines, fec,
Oilman's Stores, Book? Artistic
Chrouio , Machinery. &c., &c.
M ' ' v S.
Artificial Teeth from ono to an entire
set Inserted on gold, silver, nlluralnum
and rubber bases. Crown and Bridge
Work a specialty. To persons wearing
rubber plates which arc a constant
source of irritation to tho mouth nnd
throat, wo would recommend our Pro
phylactic Metal Plate. All operations
performed In accordance with tho latest
raprovements In dental science. Teeth
Extracted without pain by the use of
Nitrous Oxide Gas.
KfcTOffico at Old Trogloan Residence
Kotol street. Feb-20.81)
TINSMITH and PLUMBER,
Corner of King nnd Alakca streets,
Honolulu, II. I.
TECiEPUON J3 1
Workshop--Mut 261 Ro$idcnce--Mut 230
S&" Estimates furnished on nil classes
of plumbing and tinnnlthlng woik.
First class workmanship ami material
guaranteed -in all alio abnvo branches
of my business nt reasonable rates.
Dr. Iff. E. GIIOSSMAN,
Returned on the Austrnlla and has re.
sumed practice at his former oltlctt, S3
Hotel street. 4011 tl
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
Uas removed from Fort street to Ro.
liello Lane, Palaina.
Office Houns: 0 a. m. to 12 m. and
v. m. to 0 M.
Mutual GOB'-fiTELEPHONESierUell 470