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TflE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1893.
JUL .A. 13, 1 NE JSTE'WS.
Tiiesiiay, May 2.
Stuir W G Hall from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Likclikc from Humakua
Tun-iiiAY, May 2.
Am bktne W H Dimond, KcNon, for San
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, for San Francisco
Stmr Kuala for Kahuku und X'unalulu at
Stmr Chiudino for Maui at 5 p tn
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Jas Mukce for Kapaa at 5 p m
Btmr C R Bishop for Knuui
Stmr Wnialeulo for Lahaina and Hamakua
Stmr Iwulani for Mnkaweli at 5 p in
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bktne S G Wilder, Grifllths, for San
Am bktne Planter, Dow, for San Francisco
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr W G Hall (H4(J bags sugar, 20 bags
cou"eo, 45bagsawa, 43 bundles hides,
20 bead cattle and 50 pkgs sundries.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, May 2 From the Volcano: Mi. Dud
ley. From way ports: C! D Miller, Baron
Luttwitz, O Meineeke, M A Gonsalves. Col
S Norris, D Crozfbr, P Adler, Mrs (.'apt
"Wcisbarth, Miss Abbie Kamiiliikanc, Mrs
R P Hose, C Atong and wife, and 42 deck.
For San Francisco, per bktno W H Di
mond, May 2 Mrs Swift and Manuel Cal-dera.
Thoro will ho a mooting of
Hoard or Health to-morrow.
Diamond lloml. U j). m. Woathur
cloudy, wind frosh northeast.
A letter from Kau says in a 1 S.,
"Kau is solid agaiust annexation."
Mr. Dudloy was tho only imsson
gor from tho Volcano by tho stoatnor
W. G. Hall to-day.
Mrs. Biudt was committed to tho
Tnsano Asylum this morning at tho
request of relatives.
Tho Gloauors will givo a lawn
party at tho residence of "V. R. Cas
tlo on Saturday afternoon.
Mrs. Lapierro and child will loavo
for a visit to friends on tho Coast by
tho barkontino Plantor to-morrow.
Mrs. Blountj wifo of tho Uuited
States Commissioner, called ou a
numbor of prominent Chinese ladies
A firo plug near tho Bulletin of
fico, long buried undor sidewalk im
provements, is receiving mechanical
Col. S. Norris, whoso familiar face
nas uoon nnsseu lor some weeks, is
in town again. Ho arrived by tho
W. Gr. Hall this afternoon.
Tho regular monthly social of tho
St. Andrew's Church Association
will bo hold on Thursday ovouing
noxt in tho Sunday schoolroom.
A mombor of Co. A was found in a
dead stupor, tho oljoets of too much
imbibing, on tho street this morn
ing, aud was carried to tho Polico
Baron Luttwitz returned from
Hawaii by tho steamer W. G. Hall
this afternoon. Tho Baron is book
ed to leave by tho S. S Monowai for
Tho barkoutinos S. G. Wilder and
Plautor will leave for tho Coast to
morrow afternoon, and as both are
good sailers an ocean race may bo
Workmen aro engaged in cleaning
tho weeds and otherwise putting tho
raco track at Kapiolani Park into
proper condition for tho 11th of
Tho Portuguese residents gavo a
masquerade ball at tho armory yes
terday evening which was well at
tended. The P. G. band undor Prof.
Bergor was in attendance.
Reports by tho steamer W. G.
Hall this afternoon aro to tho effect
that tho Volcano is very active, aud
fine weather was being experienced
throughout Kona and Kau.
Ex-turnkey Walker was tried in
tho District Court to-day for allow
ing a prisonor (Bruott) to escape
from tho Station. Tho evidence was
concluded this afternoon and deci
A remark was made on tho street
tins morning to tho eltect that a
great majority of tho guards station
ed at tho Government building are
strangors, and whoro the- sprang
from is a mystery.
Tho smart little sloop Waianao
has boon placed on tho route be
tween Honolulu aud Waianao, in
stead of tho St. Pedro, which has
boon converted into a fishing smack.
Tho Waianao makes two trips ovory
A gentleman going up in tho
tower of tho now Central Union
Church tho othor day was rather
surprised at seeing dried tobacco
juico, cigar stumps and sundry boxes
there. The towor overlooks "Wash
THE BLACK ART.
llnwniinna Not tho Exclustvo Practi
tioners of Myutorlos.
A few months ago thoro lived on
Punchbowl street a woman (for
eigner) who dealt in tho black art
and told tho fortuuos of anyone
calling on hor, with tho dollar com
pensation, through cards. Hor house
was besieged by a numbor of hor
own sex, aud sonio of the results of
hor forecast wore domestic squabbles
botweon man aud wife. Tho bloods
were also frequent callers on tho
fortune-toller, to ascertain whothor
they would win at games or not.
During tho baseball season sho made
quite a pile tolling tho sports which
club was iniinir to win. In manv in
stances tho fortuno-tollor picked tho
winner. Finally tho houso of niys
tory was broken tip through tho hus
band's desertion of wifo and family
and departure by a sailing vessol for
This woman is not tho only ono
dealing in the black art who has
boon here. Thoro aro several others
right in town now who aro tolling
fortunes, their dupes being not only
foreigners out natives. An uistanco
happened not long ago, when an
elderly nativo woman called On a
fortune-toiler and told tho lattor of
a misfortune sustained in tho loss of
a valuable gold ring. Sho canio to
tho soothsayer for divination of tho
locality of tho lost article.
Tho foregoing is given for tho
bonofit of tho twilight bladder which
has contracted tho faiiimrecrazo.
Proceedings at May Term of Circuit
yesterday ou tl
The steamer Likeliko arrived from Ha
makua ports to-day with a cargo of sugar
f.T the schooner Aloha, lying in the
Tho bark Ceylon, Calhoun, master, sailed
for San Francisco to-day witli 11,705 bags
sugar, weighing 1,829,0.27 pounds, and
valued at $50,048.30.
The burkentine W. H. Dimond, Nelson,
master, sailed for tho Golden Gate this
morning with 890(1 bags sugar and 2000
bags rice, weighing 1,320,750 pounds, and
valued at $43,232.
Mortuary Report for April.
X O S " C O H c!
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Played by Captain Juen on His Sido
Captain Juon played a good ioko
on his sido partner, Captain Sehlom
mor, a weok ago last Sunday, which
is going tho rounds, aud too g"od to
keep. Juon, Schlommorand Klomme
made up their minds on tho day
mentioned to search all tho vessels
in tho harbor, and seo if William
Bruott, tho escapee, was in hiding
on any of them. The olhcors started
early, all armed and carrying bulls
oyo lanterns. After a prolonged
search they came to tho dorolict
Kaimiloa, and tho three wont down
into tho dark hold of tho torn. It
was while tho oflicors were in tho
hold that Juon decided to put up a
job on his partner. He allowed
Schloinmor and Klommo to proceed
about six feet ahead of him. All of
a sudden he dropped down and fired
three shots in quick succession in
tho wood. At the same time ho be
gan to shout, "I've got him, I've got
him!" Tho suddenness of Juou's
fusillade and tho outcry ho raised
startled Schlemnior so that his lan
tern wont flying against the side of
tho ship and was smashed. Ho re
gained his composure and running
back saw his partner sitting1 on the
floor convulsed in a fit of laughter.
When Schlemnior found out how
nicely ho was fooled ho forgavo
Juon. The fragments of the lantern
wore picked up and Ihoy all return
ed to town.
chargo of assau
Tho trial of Kailipaka for larceny
third dotrroo was begun hoforo a na
tivo jury yesterday afternoon and
coucludod to-day. Defendant con
ducted his own caso, making an ad
dross to tho jury of six 11111111108' 1
duration. Deputy Attornoy-Gonoral
Wilder, as if to bo magnanimous,
only took six minutes ou bohalf of
tho Provisional Government. Judgo
Coopor improved on "tho soul of
wit" by consuming but four minutes
in uis chargo. Undor a now law tho
Court cannot chargo on tho facts.
Tho jury retired at 11:!50 and when
tho Court opouod at 1:0 after recess
thoy brought in a verdict of not
Whilo tho jury woro out in tho
caso just reported the trial of Ka
luua for gross cheat third dogroo be
gan boforo a nativo jury. Ho is de
fended by Kaulia. i
A nolle prosoqui was ontorod in
tho caso of John Inch chargod with
assault and battory.
JAPANESE COUPLE BOBBED.
Throo Ghinamon and a Native Entor
a Japanese Houso.
About two months ago a Japanese
couple roportod at tho Polico Sta
tion that four mon ontorod their
place and robbed them of sixty-fivo
dollars in monoy, a silvor watch and
a peacock lei, at night. Throo of tho
robbors woro Chinamen without
quouos and 0110 was a nativo. Tho
nativo had a knife, aud threatened
to stab tho man if ho made a noise.
Ono Chinaman held tho woman
whilo tho othor two ransacked tho
Owing to tho vaguo description
givon by the Japs no clue could bo
got as to the idontity of the offend
ers. This morning a Chinaman was
arrostod ou suspicion.
Rooms to lot with board at Ilaui
Convicted by a Blotting Fad.
"Ono of the most ronmrkablo
things that I over saw introduced in
court as ovidonce," said Rodger Mil
ton, "was an ordinary white blotter.
This happened in Norman, S. D.,
whoro a follow was being tried for
murder. Tho point that tho prose
cution was tryintr to provo was that
M tho man had been in tho Haywood
rS T-Tnliil nt. t.linl, lilnr'n mi n curtain ilnv.
Root Boor on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith t Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort streot,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugieal
cases. Mutual Telephone 682.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
aud in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C. A.
Hotel at that place on a certain day.
Tho blotter in question coutainod a
portion of a signature to a loiter aud
a date, that of the day in quostion.
"It so happened that tho prosecut
ing attorney had visited tho hotel
ou tho day tho crime had boon por
potrated, and that, too, shortly alter
its commission. In discussing tho
mutter with tho clork the suspected
man's name was mentioned, and tho
clork then stated that tho party re
ferred to had just loft tho writiug
room. With dotoctivo sagacity tho
nttomoy visited tho room and found
this blottor, with tho namo and dato
on it. Though sadly blurred aud
inverted, oxportB woro called, and
tho writiug was proved to bo that of
tho prisonor. The offoct of this waB
simply to destroy tho dofonso's ef
fort to provo an alibi, which point
boing knocked out tho prisonor was
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An Authentic Portrait of Columbus.
An alleged discovery at Naples of
a boautiful authentic portrait by
Titian of Christopher Columbus has
causod a groat sensation thoro. The
full-longth, lifo-sized portrait, with
tho oxcoption of tho face aud hands,
had boon coarsely painted over.
This extraneous coat boing removed
tho figure in tho uniform of a Span
ish admiral was revealed. Tho face
is that of a man with hair just turn
ing gray. Tho oyos aro blue, tho
mouth is firmly cut and ho wears
pointed, short brown board and
mustache. Ou tho tapering fingers
aro throo massivo rings. Signor
Caunaviua possesses documents
which vouch for tho authenticity of
tho picture. It is to bo sent for ex
hibition to Chicago. London Daily
Quick Rollof and Perfect Curo
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Children's Corded Waists for 40 cts.
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1 to f .
fl to 10 .
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1!0 to 30 .
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C'AU.Si: OK IIIIATH,
ltriglit'n Disease,. 1
Consumption .... 4
COMl'AIimVI! MONTHLY MOIITII.1TY,
Apr.. 188!) 1,1 Apr., 180.'
Apr., 1800 73 Apr., 18!U.
Apr., 1801 til
Heart T)lseuio. .
Inanition . . ..
Lung Disease . .
O list met ion
Wards 1 ' 3 ' 1 fl Outside
Deaths 8 2 10 11 1) 1
Annual death rate per I0H) pur inonth.20.87
All others (I.N1
(1. II. Kdynoi.i.s,
Agent Hoard of Health.
M. daMolinnri, in a notable arti
cle in tho Journal des KcoiiomiKtos,
insists that the i'auama Canal is an
alfair of national interest, If it re
sults in a complete fiasco, thoro is
an ond for a long time of French
prestige in America. "Tho loss of
the buttle of tho isthmus would bo
eijuivalotit, for us, to an eoonoiniu
All membors of tho Hooulii La
hui Society are invited to attend
their monthly mooting at Honua
kaha, at 2 o'clock to-morrow aftor
noon. Tho trustees and the board
of lady managers aro also oxpected
to be in attendance.
Twenty-three lopors from tho re
ceiving hospital at Kalihi will bo
sent to tho settlement ou Molokai
by the steamer Kilauea Hon this
ovouing. Accommodation for so
many is not ready at tho settlement,
but souio kind of a shift will bo
All of tho valuable town lots
known as tho Booth property aro to
bo sold at auction, under foreclosure
of mortgage, at tho salesroom of
.lames F. Morgan on Saturday, Juno
3. Metes aud bounds of tho lots are
advertised in tho nolico of sale in
A Chinaman mot with a fatal acci
dent at Waialua, on this island, on
aaturuay afternoon. Ho was driving
along tho wrong sido of tho road,
when ho collided with a bullock
cart. Tho man was thrown to tho
ground, and almost instantly expired.
A coronor's jury rave a verdict that
ho canio to his death through care
lessness. Soap from clean and nuro stock is
made at (ho Honolulu Soap Works.
It has boon proved in use to go
farther than imported soap, besides
which it has for some time been sold
at a lower price. Prove your regard
for home manufactures by patroniz
ing them, especially when thoy aro
intrinsically more satisfactory than
tho foreign product.
A native juror, a successful liti
gant in Court lately, came down
town smoking a pipe this morning.
After his usual snili', ho put tho pipe
in his coat pocket, -ami was rather
surprised wiiou no saw huioko coining 1
up to lus none. Un looking down ho
saw that ombers from the pipe h'ul
ignited some matches in his pocket.
A hole was burnt in the coat.
Serious ilis.-oiinhiii is reported in
the diioctorato of tho Star. Too
iniuly cooks have been spoiling the
luotli, whereby a row wa Marled,
Tho head cook hit the onion peeler
on Hid eye with a tin pot, making
him weep woi-ne than ever. In the
ineautiiuo the stock holdtun aiu be
ing asked to "dig," as even the largo
Covonuiiout sub.iii lies have not been
Kulliuiunt to keep the beau pot boiling.
HIS LATEST FREAK.
Mr. Emmeluth's Usurpation of Su
preme Judicial Powers.
Following is the full text of Coun
cillor Emmeluth's sedition resolu
tion shunted into tho limbo of ox
ecutivo consideration yestorda':
"Whereas, the Provisional govern
ment of tho Hawaiian Islands was
organized on tho 17th day of Jan
uary for the purpose of furthering
tho annexation oi these islands to
tho United States;
"Whereas, this Provisional govern
ment has been recognized by all tho
representatives of foreign powers as
tho solo government of those islands;
"Kesohed, that agitatiou for tho
restoration of tho ox-queen, or for
any political purpose other than
that for which this government has
beon organized, is hereby declared
to como within tho meaning of tho
sedition act passed bj' these coun
cils Jauunry 30 of this year; and tho
polico department is hereby in
structed to proceed against all per
sons making themselves liablo under
the said act."
Recall of Commissioners and Not of
In our report of tho proceedings
of tho Councils 3'ostorday, it was
stated that Mr. Alton, from tho for
eign affairs committee, reported a
recommondatioii that Minister J.
Mott Smith bo recalled from Wash
ington, etc. The stntemont follow
ing is the correct one:
Tho Committee of Foreign Affairs,
to whom was referred the matters of
the Commissioners and tho Ministor
at Washington, reported that thoy
recommended the recall of tho Com
missioners, and, in the matter of the
Minister, that no action bo taken
until Mr. Thurston, to whom tho
position had been offered, bo heard
Foreign News and Gossip.
Tho Argentine Government owns
tho fastest cruiser in tho world.
Tho now Tolbiac bridge at Paris
will absorb about 1200 tons of stool.
More murders are committed in
Italy than in any othor European
A Frenchman has written a vol
ume of 200 pages to show that oys
ters rest tho braiu.
It is estimated that about 200,000
pedestrians and 20,000 vehicles cross
tho London bridge ovory day.
There is a project on foot to build
eight tunnels under London, tliirtv
0110 and a quarter miles in length,
aud to cost $16,000,000.
Tho municipal expenditure of
London is more thau $1,000,000 a
week. Paris with half tho popula
tion spends tho same amount.
Tho sea's upheaval near tho Faroo
Islands rocontly brought up a century-old
brig, containing throo skele
tons and $5000 worth of golden
An English ship-builder says that
tho cost of an ocean steamer in
Great Britain is now much greater
than it was ton years ago. A first
class ship now costs about $2,000,-000.
A young American who is winning
laurels in Paris is Miss Francos
Bigelow. Miss Bigolow is a whistlor,
more ouphonoously styled over thoro
a "sifllonse." Hor music is classical.
Itailway extensions aro to bo built
in Upper and Lower Egypt at a cost
of about $6,250,000. Tho existing
line from Girgeh to Koueh will bo
extended and a narrow-gaugo railway
built to Luxor.
Beat's All Corset which we are Selling at 50 Cents
A FINE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
B. IF. BHLEBS & GO.
SS POK.T STK.B3E1T.
AFTBIl TAKING STOCK ALL KINDS OF
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half the former cost.
Velvet & Smyrna :R.xgs
In all sizes greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
In fact wo oiler Immense Bargains in all Departments.
W Dressmaking Under the Management of HISS K. CLARK. ,43
To Lot or Loaso.
at Waikiki with Uath
ing facilities; ears pass the
place. Apply at this oflice.
O. B. Patriate
" I ws so badly afflicted with sclatlo rheumv
tlsm that I could icarcnly more. I used a great
many remedies whli-h did aie no good. A friend
presented me a bottle of Hood's Karsaparllla,
which 1 began to take. The relief was quick
and two bottles cured mocoirpletcly. I author,
lze the use of my name anil portrait In recom
mending Hood's Sarsaparilla, for I Uilnk It a
very valuable medicine. I recommend It to all
who may be afflicted with rheumatism or old
Hood's Kfc Cures
fever sores, as I know of a lady In Oakland who
has been cured of ulcers by this wonderful med.
lclne." 0. B. Patuick, No. 3(ir California St,
Stockton. California. Get HOOD'S.
Hood'O Pllla act e::illy, yet promptly and
efficiently, on tho liver aud bowels. 2CO.
THE MISSIONARY GLEANERS WILL
uive a Ijiwii l'nrtv at the Residence
of Mr. W. It. Castle, SATURDAY AFTER
NOON, May Otli, at 2 o'clock.
TBT Special Amusements for Children.
Admission, in;. 71(i-3t
Central Meat Market.
HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. 0.. etc. Commands
one of the hnest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
TO LET OH LEASE
Shipped from Honolulu to tho Oar
The stumnor Miluthula on hor last
trip to Kauai had among her cargo
a box marked "K. II. Uloolo." When
tho freight for that port was dis
charged, tho K. 11. box was put in
the warehouse, and Deputy Sheriff
.StolU ouiminiug it found it to con
tain a quantity of opium, Tho case
was claimed by a Chinaman named
Kong iling and he was arrested.
Kong Hiug was tried in tho District
Court at Koloa for having opium in
poshonsion, aud sentenced to pay a
lino of S2."(). Tho fine was paid.
Tho Chinaman to whom the opium
was hliimicd is the sulferer, but what
about (lie shippers in the city?
AM ley's, tho great Loudon circus
known to all readers of Thackeray
aud Dickons, is no more. Tho Ecclo
niustical Commissioners have taken
.M r. Sanger's lease and t ho ringmas
ter's whip is baiiiMhud from the
An Extraordinarily Rainy Season.
Even South Africa has suffered
from extraordinary rainfalls which
seem to have been prevalent in all
quarters of tho globe. Tho Trans
vaal is not as a rule a country that
Buffers from floods, but tho downfall
of tho 10th of February, full particu
lars of which havo now boon receiv
ed in London, seems to have rivaled
that which caused such widespread
havoc in Queensland. Hotels and
houses wore swept away, a suburb of
Pretoria was almost destroyed, num
bers of persons and heads of cattle
woro drowned, and mines woro sori
I ously damaged by the destruction of
I dams or machinery. For miles tho
i country was under water. Thoro
1 seems to havo been no parallel to
1 this flood since the Transvaal came
under European occupation.
Tho most painful cases of rheum
atism may bo relieved by a few am
plications of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm; its continued use will cure
any case, no matter of how long
standing. It is equally beneficial for
lame back, pain in the side, pain in
tho chest, lameness, and in all pain
ful amotions requiring an external
remedy. A piece of flannel saturat
ed with Pain Halm and bound ou
over the seat of pain is superior to
any plaster. For sale by all dealers.
Heiihon, Smith A: Co., Agents for the
rpHE Sl.OOP "WAIANAE."
X. F. Mottn, master, sails
from Honolulu for above port
on every Monday and Thurs
day at 10 o'clock A. M.
A. C. I'KSTANA, Agent,
with Uonsulves & Co., Queen st.
fxsv. sum; of furnish-
ed Rooms with Until room
attached. Enquire ut
MRS. A. M. MELLIB,
716-1 w 101 Fort street (upstuirs).
with Largo Grounds on
Vineyard street, just oil'
Nununu avenue, lutely oc
cupied by W. H. Mulean. Low rental und
necessary repairs made, for a iniod tenant.
Apply to W. FOSTER.
Ay. ACRE LOT WITH
Furnished House at
Iwilel, Honolulu. Apply
on hoard "W. G. Hall" or Mrs. Santos
on the premises. 701-'.'w
FURNISHED COTTAGE TO LET.
nlshed Cottage of Two
Rooms with llathrooiu at
tached, suitable for a simile
gentleman. Also Furnished Rooms, pri
vate an ii v: uuiei oeuuiv. Aimiv ui
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4U li.ll.MA nrtlKKT.
DR. B. SCHNEIDER,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist
,SKB LOOK FROM BE-
retania street cars, a
and Convenient Cot
tage of Six Rooms, Large
lxit, btnlile and Chicken House. Am.
j:. it. iiMiiiu,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
TO LET OR LEASE
THE COTTAGE AT NO.
258 King Btreet, lately
occupied by Mr. M. 8. Ixivy,
containini!3Bed rooms. Par
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen und iiuthroom;
Stahlo in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars and tonus, apply to
(M3-tf at K. O. Hall A; Sons'.
A BUILDING CONSIST
ingof 4 Rooms, Kit
chen, Small Dackyurd uud
side entrance, at present
occupied as a saddlery shop
in the business nnrt of the
trauy lociitcu 1'or particulars npii
bv Jose Dins.
town and ecu-
Tho undersigned are prepared to givo in
Uindiug Tburlsts the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago p Return
in connection with the btkam
i;rs of thk
Hnsarrivud from Switzerland, whero ho hud
live years' experience in thu Army,
and hus opened an ollice ut
the Club Stables.
IfcBoth Telephones 477.
.. aare ss oceanic steamship cohp'y
rpHB LAUGH HTOUK
X and CoM'eu Saloon of
Love's Itukery on Niuiuuu
street. The Rooms are
'ilx'OS and Uilx'JH, Tiie.-o are separate from
.1... I..l MM... II.. I t. .Ill 1
IIIU JXlltlT . AUU DIIM'IJ- IS MU llllipeni
lion and will liavu a storu for the sale of
Bread, Cakes, Hus, etc., adjoining the pro
tent ono, For further particular apply lo
II. G. MASON.
ou the prt'iiilxc.
Fume Is a bubble of ruiubow hues,
Mudu of sod soup uud empty ulr.
tfeoivs u, Vwlgt.
1 Family Carriage Horse, "
1 Phaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
It. I. LILL1F.,
UT. i, UvUi t LVn.
rpiIK TWO I'IF.l'KB OF
X 1'roperly with the
Buildings thereon, situated
ou King street, uud ut pre
sent occupied by Mihsih. 8, Nowlelu uud
J, Downey, both being opposite tliu reel,
deuce of J. It, Atlierlou; each uf these pre.
mhos aiu bringing In an uiiuunl rental of
fUKi, and a Hue opportunity Is lioivliy
ollered anyone who is demroits of owning
u nice I'litufort tblu homo in u good loc.v
lily within u few minute' walk of our
tew ii. Fur terms upply to
UUMJ JOHN F, 0OLUUUN.
Of Sun IPraxiolBO
UNION, .STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of Now Zealand,
ttt Further particulars limy Imj hud
Win. fi. WIN (t CO.
tiuculii u( the
neatly und promptly