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LOCAL AND GENEBAL
Diamond Head, 3 p. m.t Wuuthor
hazy, wind froali cast.
Tlio Ewa plantation will shut
down on Snturduy afternoon.
Don't, forgot tho Gloanors' lawn
part on Snlurdny aftomoou.
Tho Government Building's feueo
is receiving a fresh coat of paint.
Mr. Goo. Strntomoyor has assumed
tho duties of storekeeper at tho
Ollieor Kcnlakai arrested four
Chinamen this afternoon for gam
bling. Malulani street, running from
Palaco Squaro to Queen stroot, is re
Mr. Claus Spreekols and son loft
on tho steamer Claudino yesterday
evening for Maui.
Neat signs aro being put up on
the street corners to-dny, designat
ing tho streets eauh way.
Mr. Lewis, tho courteous assistant
at 11. J. Nolto's Beaver Saloon, is
laid up at tho Queen's Hospital.
jjon t tn row away tno pits 01 alli
gator pears. You can got St a hun
dred for them at 11. 12. Mclntyro &
Mr. W. F. Wilson, who is well and
favorably known to tho business
communit1, is tho collector for tho
Bulletin Publishing Company.
OOUBT OHBONIOLE. .
Wiltlor' BtoaniBhip Company Wins a
Suit George Titcomb Beloaaed.
A decision of tho
has boon rondeied
row Keo vs.
FROM THE VOLCANO HOUSE.
tho Spot by
IB DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 3, 18J3.
J-VC. K.XnSTE 3STE3WS.
Wi.iiniisiiw, May 15.
t'tnir Hawaii fioiii Hiiniakua
htiur Kuala from Wuian.ie mid Wiitiilmi
tonsorial artist, has
the Queen street
Many down town
taken charge of
business men pat-
WiiiiNr.iHAY, May 3.
Am liktne S 0 Wilder, Uriniths, for San
Am bktno Planter,
Dow. for San Fran-
Vessels Leaving To-inorrow.
fj S Monowai, Carey, for San Francisco
For San Francisco, per bktne Planter,
M.iy 3 Jno Wilson and wife, S 1) Graham,
31arry Hieks, Mrs La Pierre and child.
For San Francisco, per-bktno S O Wilder.
?'ay 3 P Savyer, T II Biordan, Mr Wieks
itiul wife, Mis' W B Oleson and 5 children.
The steamer Pole will he due from Maka
i oli on Thuriday noxt.
The American barkentine Planter, Cap
tain Dow, sailed this afternoon for the
( oast with 1K,.)(1 bags sugar, weighing
1, '117,717 poui.ds and valued at $55,1)14.50.
The American barkentine S. G. Wilder,
Uritliths, tool, her departure for the Coast
this afternoon. Among her cargo were
Pi,410 bags sugar, weighing 2,033,(305 pounds
Mid valued at $00,559.11, and 70 empty
octavos and '2 eases gin.
Kamohameha Glee Club Gives
Mrs. Oleson a Send-Off.
Tho barkentine S. G. Wilder, Grif
liths master, sailed for San Francisco
at 2:15 o'clock this afternoon with a
cargo of sugar and several passen
gors, among whom wore tho wife and
family of Jov. W. B. Oleson, princi
pal of tho Ivainehaiiioha School. A
number ol prominent people wore
on tho wharf to say goodbye. Tho
Kamohameha Gleo Club was also
present and rendered some of their
college songs, and as tho vessel cast
oil' gavo the collogo yell.
As the rival barkontino Planter
loft her moorings a few minutes
ahead of the Wilder, it is not likely
that the skippor of oither vossel will
lot grass grow under it, in the en
deavor to get to 'Frisco first. Tho
wind was northerly at tho time, so
that the di.stanco could bo consider
ably shortened by going to wind
ward, which fact was taken advan
tage of by Captain Dow of tho Plan
ter. Tho S. G. Wilder wont to lee
ward. The Planter's actual time
passing the lighthouse was 9J min
utes ahead ot tho Wildor's.
The annual meeting of tho Stran
gers' Friend Society will bo hold to
morrow morning at 10 o'clock in tho
parlors of tho Y. M. C. A. All are
Handicraft the litorary and me
chanical product of Kamohameha
School for April has been received.
It makes a plea for tho removal of
the Chinoao theatres and washhousi's.
The contract for building a cot
tage for Mr. 12. Wodehouso ou King
street, near Thomas S(juaio, hits buon
awarded by Architect Kiploy to
Lucas Bros. Tho bid was S3:U3.
Lui and Gabariella, who wore ar
rested on Saturday for selling swipes,
wore found guilty and sentenced to
pay 100 lino each in the District
Court this morning. Each noted an
Tho Pacific Wheel mon at a meet
ing' j'estorday evening elected tho
following officers: H. E. Walker,
president; W. M. Bush, secretary
and treasurer; R. A. Dexter, captain;
T. P. Cummins, lieutenant.
Ex-turnkey Captain A. It. W. Wal
ker was sentenced to pay a line of 550
this morning by Magistrate Poster
for allowing a prisoner to escape.
C. Creighton, for tho defense, noted
an appeal to the Circuit Court.
A largo number of peoplo of both
sexes paid Major Sherwood a visit at
Long Branch yesterday evening, and
woro cordially received, b' that gen
tleman. Tho party enjoyed a dip in
tho briuo, which was just lovely.
For a family wanting a pleasant
residence in a localit' enjoying tho
best air in Honolulu, a handsome
now house is olforod in one of to
day's new advertisements. In tho
same notice a 5-room cottage is
Wilder Steamship Co.. a suit to re
cover the value of goods lost iu tho
Kahului warehouso fire. Circuit
Judge Cooper sat on tho ease in
place of Chief Justico Judd, dis
qualified by iutorest. Justice Froar
prepared the decision, which is in
favor of defendant. Tho main points
decided aro tho following: 1, Evi
doneo of changes made by a com
mon carrier after an accident is not
admissible to prove negligence on
tho part of the carrior boforo such
accident. 2, Tho acceptance with
out objection of a bill of lading pro
parod by a shipper, and accepted
by him at the tnno tho goods aro
delivered to tho carrior, is, in tho
absence of fraud, impositjon or mis
take, ovidonco of the shipper's as
sent to a provision containod iu tho
body of the bill exempting tho car
rior from liability for losses by firo
not duo to tho carrier's negligence
3, A consignor prima facie has
authority to bind the consignee
by special contract exempting tho
carrier from such liabilitj', Tho bill
of ladinir in this case is in substan
tially the same form as that set
forth in tho case or E. O. Hall fc
Son against tho same defendant
which was decided iu favor of tho
plaintiffs -but tho trial proceeded
on tho theory that the exemption of
the defendant from liability for
losses by fire extended to inland as
well as marine losses. A verdict was
given for defendant boforo Justice
Dole last October, against which
plaintill' appealed on the ground
that tho Court charged wrongly on
the points now decided as above.
Now the Supreme Court over-rules
tho exceptions to the rulings and
the verdict. A. S. Hartwell for
plaint iff; F. M. Hatch for defend
A unanimous decision of the Su
premo Court, by Chief Justice Judd,
has been rendered in the application
of George Titeotnli for a writ of
habeas corpus. It discharges the
prisoner on (he ground that there is
no offense known to our law as "an
assault with a dangerous weapon,''
and ii verdict, the mittimus corres
ponding, finding the defendant guil
ty of such an ofTense is void. Peti
tioner was sentenced at tho March
term of the Fifth Circuit Court
(Kauai) to pay a lino of $25 and bo
imprisoned at hard labor for two
years, for the offense of "assault
with a dangerous weapon.',' Defend
ant having regained his liberty- under
tho writ of habeas corpus, has tiled.
a discontinuance in his suit for a
writ of error against tho Provisional
Government. A. S. Hartwell for
petitioner; Attorney-General Smith
Lai Ting, an involuntary bank
rupt, has filed a petition for dis
charge. Proceedings at Circuit Court torm
before Judtro Coopor aro steadily
eating into the prodigious calendar.
Provisional Government vs. Haa
heo and Kanalu was begun yester
day and concluded to-day. It was
au appeal from tho District Court,
whore defendants, boys, woro con
victed of assault and battery ou a
Chinaman. Tho jury found them
not guilty. A. S. Hartwell for pro
secution; Kano for defendants.
Provisional Government vs. D.
Watson and throe others, house
breaking. Wilder for prosecution;
Kano and Kaulukou for defendants.
On Saturday, April 22d, Baron
Luttwitz and Mr. F. W. Lounsberry
of Boston, U. S., left hero. They
mado a most favorable impression.
Messrs. Lot K. Lane of Koolauloa,
Oahu, aud Carter of New York city
aro hero at present.
On tho 23d, Mr. Martin Leo, in
chargo of tho Volcano House, took a
party down Kilauoa-iki. There woro
iuuori. aim uis who xjauapa, nam
and Alock tho woll-kuown guido,
Ah Fat and Ah Heo, all from tho
hotol; also tho visitors there. Pro
bably Lahapa was one of tho first
women to make tho trip into this
Tho guido-bookB call tho descent
"dangorousj" but by tho aid of a
stout ropo it becomes oasy aud safo.
Thoro aro some fiuo caves showing
sudden cooling of tho lava; also
casts in lava of tho largo ferns, in
which tho charcoal caused by tho in
crusting lava is still soon. Tho lit
tle old crator of Keomakakoi was
Iu all thoso little excursions, do
uot forgot a ropo, water and a light
lunch. Kilauea by night is interest
ing and thoro aro no difficulties iu
tho way. From ono to seven foun
tains aro active; the lake is constant
ly changing iu appearance.
Kau has no news to give. An anti
annexation meeting was hold on
short notice at Naalohu. It was on
tho 118th anniversary of tho battles
of Lexington and Concord an event
kept in mind by tho speakers. No
annexation feeling is discernible
save on plantations.
The Volcano house is a decidedly
neat, cheerful and comfortable place
just now; ono can for a short time
forgot, tho crisis through which these
islands aro passing. Tho red birds
make tho woods ring, and the kolea
aro plump aud plenty. Tho steward
up hero is just a jewel.
Sergeant May of tho Forcos Fairly
Not In It.
Sergeant Frank May of the Na
tional Guard and Kalbe, shoemaker,
met at tlio corner of King and Bethel
streets at ono o'clock yesterday
afternoon, and began an argument
on politics. Ono word brought on
another until finally tho men ex
changed blows. Kalbe gavo May1 a
biff under the loft optic which raised
a McGinty shanty. May, to dofond
tho honor of tho P. G. forces, struck
out, but being, no doubt, out of
training, his blows woro wild. An
officer saw tho belligerent couple
aud running up grabbed them both
by tho backs of their nocks, and
walked them down to tho Station
like two little boys who had been
playing hokoy. On tho way Kalbe
gave May auothor whack under tho
jaw, and was roughly shaken by tho
man in blue. They woro charged
with affray. In the District Court
this morning Kalbe was fined .?3 and
May was docked 1 of his Govorn
THE JAPANESE CRUISER
Bought at Upsot Prico by Hawuilan
At noon to-day Mr. John A. Has- I
singer, Chief Clerk of the Interior ,
Department, offered nt public auc
tion, iu front of tho Government i
Building, tho exclusive right and
franchise to furnish and supply
electric light and electric power '
within tho district of Honolulu for
ton years from this date. '
There was only ono bidder tho ,
Hawaiian Electric Company to I
which tho privilcgo fell at tho up-I
set prico, two and a half percent of
tho gross receipts of the contractor
from all electric light and power
furnished to consumers. The com
pany obtaining tho frnnchiso has for
two years or so maintained a light
and power station on King street.
It is from it that tho newspaper,
book and job presses of the Bulletin
printing house receive thoir motive
The franchiso has exomptcd from
it tho right of any person or corpor
ation to produco electricity for his
or its own uso upon tho promises
whore produced; tho right of tho
Hawaiian Tramways Company to
erect and uso a plant for supplying
power to its cars, and tho right of
tho Government to furnish light and
power to the capacity of the present
water supply and electric plant own
ed by it.
Disastrous Forest Fire.
Ono of the greatest forest fires
ever known there is raging in tho
heart of the Pine district, says a
Kalcigh, North Carolina, despatch
of April 5. Thousands of trees just
bored have been destroyed, and
many people owning turpentine
orchards aro ruined. One man lost
j 2000 acres of trees.
The town of West End was nearly
wiped out. Three largo stores and
contents, the postotlico and several
dwellings were burned. At least
twelve turpentine distilleries and
scores of dwellings scattered in the
woods aro burned, with great quan
tities of rosin.
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WANTED TO SEE SNOW.
33o Not Sacrifice Your Interests to
Sentiment or Prejudice.
It is probably unparalloleil, in a
town of tho sizo of Honolulu, to
llnd a daily paper gaining in circula
tion from tho first of dotorminoil
opposition. Such is tho oaso of tho
Daily Bulletin, which in two days
recovered inoro patrons than it lost
iroin tho starting of a papor iutoud-
wl to supoisodo it, and kopt increas
ing its list from that timo on. At
present tin- circulation of tho Bulle
i in is far ahead of what it was be
fore tho opposition began and it is
daily 'increasing. Business men can
not find so good au advertising me
dium in Honolulu. Our arrangement
of reading mutter gives advertisers
on ovory pi go a favorable position.
A Truo Despot.
It is reported from Quotta that
Mir Khudada, Khan of Khelnt and
.sovereign of Bolooohtisan, has inur-
erod hiH Prime Mini-itor, mutilated
Nivoral of his advisois and is tortur
ing many high olllciitls, whom ho has
miprisoned iu dungeons. Ho is sup
posed to have learned or suspected
luat there was a plot among tho
leading men of the State to assassi
nate him. Tho Indian Government
tlumaudod that he at ouco liberate
the ollleialh whom lie was toi luring
and give au explanation of his con
duct aud t loops aro held iu readiness
to enforce the dciiiiuids iu case the
Khan provos refractory.
A solitary road-maker is filling up
tho basins on Kakaako street, which
have for a long time been receptacles
for storm water. When his work is
through the steam roller will make a
decent road of it from Punchbowl
street to the Immigration D.epot.
April's issue of tho Paradise of tho
Pacific has appeared. It contains
among its original mat I or an nrticlo
on Lanai and Niihau. The "ollicinl
directory" is not up to time, changes
in the Advisory Council anil Cu.itom
House not being noted.
Mr. S. Aki.tiki, special Japanese
commissioner, left by the Claudino
yesterday, to make an inspection of
the conditions of .lapanene labor on
all tho plantations of -Maui a duty
ho lately performed on tho Hawaii
plantations. Dr. Jlurawa will con
duct him over tho ground.
Captain Jiobertson has shown
Commissioner Blount a specimen of
uativo uncultivated cotton. The
Commissioner identified it as sea
island cotton and pronounced tho
quality fine and capable of improve
ment under cultivation. Ho said the
product ought to pay well for rais
Owing to the low customs duty,
Japanese goods are much cheaper
here than in Australia or tho United
Stales, At .1. M. do Sa e Silva's
Japanese Bazaar on Hotel street
there is to bo found a bewildering
variety of all kinds of lovely Japan-
All Who Suffer Similarly, Re
member, HOOD'S CURES.
IB. : EULESS Sc GO.
S3 PORT STRHHT.
AFTEll TAKING STOCK Abb KINDS OF
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half the former eot.
Velvet 3c Smyrna, iR.-u.gs
In all size greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost !
In fact wo oiler Immense Bargains in all Departments.
t& Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. i3
To Let or Lease.
" at W'aikiki with Itath
IiiH facilities ; ears na-.s the
place. Apply at this otliee.
Mrs. F. W. Barker
Stowaways on the Barkentine Kliki
tat at Kahului.
A letter received by the Marshal
from Maui yesterday states that two
boys- -Kia Browu, aged sixteen
years, aud Akina, aged iifteon were
"in tho custody of tho police author
ities at Kahului. Thoy were found
ly- Captain Cutler on board tho
barkentine Klikitat which went up
from this port in ballast last week.
Tho matter was investigated and tho
names of one Uoy'a father and the
other's guardian worn ascertained.
Both live in Honolulu and, on being
asked what should be done with the
boys, thov advised tho authorities to
have them returned to Honolulu.
The Marshal will have them return
ed to town by tho noxt steamer.
Captain Cutler wrote to a friend
in town that when he asked tho boys
where thoy wanted to go, thoy re
plied that they wanted to go whore
they could see snow.
Visited by Members of tho Hawaiian
About thirty-sovon Hawaiians,
delegates from tho othor islands and
members of tho central committee
of tho Hawaiian Patriotic League,
through invitation from tho oflicers
of the Japanese cruiser Naniva, paid
a visit of inspection to the cruiser at
10 o'clock this morning. Tho party
mot in Arion Halland after remarks
by Hon. J. Nawaki, president, and
others, thoy wont down to the boat
landing and were transported in tho
ship's boats to tho cruiser.
The visitors were courteously re
ceived by tho otlicors of the cruiser
and shown all over the ship. They
woro very much delighted with their
visit, and expressed great surprise at
tho modern appliances of war which
woro manipulated for their especial
The most painful cases of rhouni
alisin may bo relieved by a few ap
plications of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm; its continued use will cure
any case, no matter of how long
stauding. It is equally beneficial for
lame back, pain in the side, pain in
tho chest, lameness, and in all pain
ful allections requiring au external
remedy. A piece of tlanuol saturat
ed with Pain Balm ami bound on
over the seat of jiain is superior to
This lady is a well-known and popular
"Tlierelsnomlitako about Hood's Sarsapa
rilla. I want to tell how quickly It cured mo ot
sour stomach, which had troubled mo tor over a
l year. I could not even take a swallow of water
but what I suffered from ditre nm". nriilitr-
When I began to tako Hood's Sarsaparilla I
could bco good effects from tho first tlirco doses.
I continued unUl I had taken three bottles and
Hood's s Cores
have been rnilrclr currd. I give tills state
ment for the benefit of others who aro suffering
I similarly." Mits. B. W. Oaukish, 11 Chester
l'ark, Boston, JIass.
HOOD'8 PlLLB aro thn bettafter-ainnerrill
Ullst diaoatlon. cuio licadaclitt. Try box. SiO.
COTTAGE ON LII.IHA
street. Apply to
Central Meat Market.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Uathroom, pat
ent v. C. et. Commands
one of tho finest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
TO LET OB LEASE
with Large Grounds on
Vineyard street, just oil'
Nuiianu avenue, latelv oc
cupied by W. H. McLean. Low rental and I
neceN-ary repairs made, for a good tenant
Apply to FOSTEK.
lluxnaffg: Is "of MB"1 fl BPiflH
5000 Alligator Pear Stones
For which $1 a Hundred will ho paid
Mt-INTYKE .t HltO.'S,
Cor. Fort King i
SHAYING, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING
IN I'lllsr-C'LAhH M'Vl.K 11V
any plaster. For sale by all dealers. Queeil Street StiaVing PirlOrS
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for the
Peterson Claims Five Thousand for
A suit was issued by I. C. Peter
son l' Bertie"; to-day against S.
Ehrlich, ot the Temple of Fashion,
lor .ffiOOO damages. Peterson claims
tho SntKM ) for damages to his feel
ings caused by Ehrlich calling him
a liar when ho doubted complain
ant's registry of names on tho An
nexation Club's rolls. Ehrlich will
appear at the August term of tho
Tho not gold balance in tho Trea
sury is S(),000,00U
(Next door to
Morgan's miction room)
A y, ACHE LOT WITH
xV. l'lirnished Hou-e at
Iwilei, Honolulu. Apply
on hoard "W. G. Hall" or Mrs. Santos
on tlio promises. 701-l!v
NE ill.OOICFltO.M 111
retania street cars, a
and Convenient Cot-
Stable aud Chicken llout-c. Aiiph to
E. 1!. HEXIIKY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
eso silks, laequor work and articles j Circuit Court, to protect his pocket
A native ollieor brought
man to the I'olico htntiou this
morning. The ollieor stated that ho
had spoken to the Chinaman, when
the latter moved away, so that ho
arrested him ou suspicion of having
boinetliiug stowetl away about ins
person. Turnkey Osiner (who, by
tho way, is not a member of tho drei
hundred) .searched liiin, but, with
the exception of a dirty handker
chief, nothing wan foundt lie was
During the hot summer mouths, a
capital place to enjoy a cool sea bath
is at tho Aloha Bath House. Intend
ing bat Hers aie conveyed to ami
from the baths free of charge from
the Tug Boat wharf situated at the
end of tho Pacific Mail Co.'s wharf.
Mrs. lteihl, the proprietor, has also
clean iiiruihlied rooms to lei at ica
Mmable rates. Prom the balcony of
the boat house one obtains a lovely
view of the harbor and distant Wai
rom the escape ol tlio thousands
Bertie claims that he is a strict fol
lower of "little George," ami al
though many times ho has tried to,
he has never been able to tell a lie.
Potorson, it will be remembered,
was sentenced in the District Court
Io pay a lino of .$f for assaulting
Ehrlich for calling him a liar, and
he noted au appeal.
Now Sailors' Home.
BOOMS TO LET.
rpWO FUKNISIIKI) UOOMR
X on Jtcretiinlii sireet, near
Alakea strict. Apply at this
ONE SUITE OF FUHN1SH
ed llooms with Bathroom
attached. Eunuire at
MltS. A. M. MELLIS,
715-lw 101 Fort street (upstairs).
FUBNISHED COTTAGE TO LET.
nisheil Cottage of Two
Itoonis with Uathroom ut-i
tnuhed, suitable for a single '
gentleman. Also Furnished Itooms, pri
vate family; quiet locality. Applv ut
715-lw NO. 10 EMMA STltEET.
First-class Accommodation for Bathers.
ftaTTowcls & Bathing Suits Frer&ft
Ity giving notice thioiigh ltell Telephone
Id", parlies aro convoed by boat, tree of
charge, to and from the Tug Hoar W'haif
(l. M. S. S Co.'s dock), thereby avoiding
tho long walk or drive.
tW Furnished Itooms (upstairs) to let
by day, week or mouth.
TO LET OB LEASE
"(HE COTTAGE AT NO.
:!3 King street, lately
occupied by Mr. M.S. lovy,
I'oiitaiulnu'il Bedrooms, Par
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and iiathiooin;
Stable in yard; Aitiiun Water laid ou.
For particulars and terms, aiiplv to
UM-tf at E. O. Hull .V Sons'.
-. litlSHr 13LI1
Oppo. Bethel St.
il hiL' of I Booms. Kit
cheu, Small Backyard aud
side entrance, at piesent
occupied as a saddlery shop
in tlio business part of the
trail v located. For particulars applv
On tho premisus or by letter,
Wailtiku, March l'l. liSI-lw
The uniler-i;ned aro prepared U give in
tending 'ftuirists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rats
FROM HONOLULU TO
'Chicago f Return
by Josu Dias,
town and cen
IN CONNECTION WITH THE
EBS OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
HAH ON II.VMl
SB I ' iKX'u3l.
XX. uotaluiug 1'arlor, Smoking
Tho following bids have been
i i. ..!:.. i.. i ii ii i?:,. i,... ..,.!.;
""""" '" , '" "", "'."'I"?-'? '""', Boom, ' Uirgo Bedrooms. Din
tect, for the construction of tho new t.,.ri)0m umf Kitchen, Verumli
and SILK CRAPE
For Ladies Dresses,
Beautiful Embroidered aud Drawn Work
E. B. Thpmas $15,HI)
Harrison Bros 15,JjS)ll
Hwanston &, Co 15,71X1
Lucas Bros Ifi.OlU
The contract has not yet been
Deputy-Marshal J. D. Martin was
given his walking impora this aftur
noou. Senior Captain Win. Larson
will undoubtedly ussumo Ida otlloo,
SILK HANDKEIttlllEFS, ,
Lacquer Work Glove Doics, Cabinets,
?JWinViX&TWJ2s Lanterns for Fetes, Balls, Etc,
and Lurgu Grape Arbor. Outbuilding eon-
1'iiiioy bilk Japanese Uiubrellus,
g-rooiu unit iviteuen, yeruimas aim Mi
ll, Woodroom, Bathroom mm I'ateut .
tains Washroom. Servant's Itouin, Tool
room, Chicken House and urd.aud Uirge
Carriage House with ull Improvements.
Ill faut the place must be hccn to he appre
ciated. To a permanent quiet faiuil u
bargain will he made seldom ollured. Will
rent with or without Carriage Hoiiki.
House Furnished or Unfurnished. Ouu
mile from l'ost Olllcu; one block from
llerutaiila street curs. Also, it New o-iooui
C'uttugu with all modern Improvements at
tow rent. Apply ut tlilt otUue, 717-lw
Showy Flower Pots, Satsutna Waro,
Window and Yeruuda lllindu,
Papor Napkins, China Waro, Etc.
tumble to show Hoods.
J. M. do SA e SILVA,
rpHE LABGE STOKE
A. and Codec Saloon of
Love's Bakery on Nuiianu
street. Tho Booms aro
'i'Ai and iiilxlits. These aro separate from
the Bakery. The Itakury Is still in opera-
i lion and will have a store for the sale of
! Bread, Cakes, 1'ies, etc., adjoining the pru-
I sent one. For further particulars apply to
H. Q. MASON,
70'i-lw on the premWc.
rpHi: TWO PIECES OF
JL 1'roperty with tho
Buildings thereon, situated
on King street, and ut nro-
seui occupiuu, uy .iiossis. a. .xiwieiu and
J. Downey, both being opposite the resi
dence of J. II. Athertoii: eauh of these pro.
nili-cs uie bringing In an uunual rental of
f.UiO, aud u line opportunity is hereby
ullered anyone who is desirou of owning
a nice eoinfortahlo honm In u good loeu
I lity within a few minutes' walk of our
town. For ternib tiiiidv to
i ww-tt Awn v, ooluuhn.
Of San Franoiaoo
Of Nrovv Zectletrxd.
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Further particulars mav bo had
Win. G. IRWIN & co;
fwcutfd id th
neatly and promptly
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