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FRIDAY, MAIL 11, 1887.
Stmr Suipilxo from Kniut
Stmr Lchtiii from Ilninakita
Stmr C It JtNliup from Kauai
Hclir Hnluiiktihi irom 1'epeekco
S S Alnnicdii from tho Colonies en route
for San Fianclsco.
Stiur W O Hall for Iihalna, Maalaea,
Kona mid Kiui ut 10 tun
Schr Ehuknl for Kuan
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Stmr Lohua for Ilnkalati and llonoinu
nt 4 p m
For Portland. Or, per lik Martha
Fisher, Mar 11 E L Green.
For Maul nud Hnwttll per ptinr W O
Jlnll, Mnr 11 J P Parker, Miss Low,
Lumalielhcl, II P Atkins. Mr Parke, Mr
Jliirnllulil, Mrs Davis, Miss llnalelea,
Mrs Everett, O W Carrey, Allouii, Sam
Hlny ami To deck.
rroin Kauai, per stnir O It Bishop,
Mar 11 Mr Blncklo ami 13 deck.
Lchu.i 2,G00 bags sugar.
Bishop 2,G8."i bags Mtgar, 20 bullocks
and ten calves.
The Maitlia FHier cleared this after
noon for Portland, Or, taking from this
port 500 bags of sugar and 10:1 huiiehs
of bananas. Value $2,t;:i.
The steamer SttrpiNc will probably
sail again forKiiait on Monilay next.
The Lehua saw the Iwiilnnl at llono
kan, and tho Kilaucahou off Pallidum
last Wednesday evening.
Sonic of the whaler. sail for tho north
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Ilk Zolla, McKay
Jlk Martha Fisher, Biickin
Ger bk U R Bishop, Wolters
Bktne S N Castle, Hubbard
Brit bark Velocity, Bolster
Sehr Hera, Cloon
Bk Cevlon, Calhoun
Bktno Ella, Rift
Bk ICalakaua, Armstrong
S S Australia, Houdlctt
Am wh bk Helen Mars, from San
Francisco, due tab 10-28
Am wh bk Francis Palmer, from San
Francisco, due. Feb 10-28
Am wb bk Mars, from San Francisco,
due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Andrew Hicks, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-23
Am missionary steam bktno Morning
Star, II F Turner, from tho South Sea
Islands, duo Feb 20-2S
PJISS City of Rio do Janeiro, W B
Cobb, from San Franci-co, en route to
'Yokohama and Hongkong, duo March
Am bark Timour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Dec 17, duo May 1-20.
Am wh bark Hunter, Geo W .Tenk,
from tho Lino Islands, duo March 10-111.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
Am bk Ceylon, R Calhoun, from San
Francisco, due Feb 18-20
Haw sehr General Selgcl, from French
Frigato Shoals, duo Nov 20-1)0.
On February 1st, at the 'West London
Synagogue, by tho Rev. Prof. D. W.
Marks, father of tho bridegroom, as
sisted by the Rev. Isadoro Harri",
Claude Lattilo Marks, of 13 Cnulleld
gardens, X. W., to Carrie, eldest
daughter of A. Hoffnuug, Esq., Ha
waiian Charge d'Affalrcs. of lit! Rcd
cliffc Square, London, S. W.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mus. Strong's dancing school will
bo open to-night.
Tiiekh will bo music for skating at
tho rink to-morrow evening.
As wo go to Press tho Alameda is
telephoned us being 20 miles oil'.
Fhksii salmon and Italian salad are
on tho bill of faro nt the Club House,
Mu. J. II. Sopor, Merchant street,
has just received, for bale, n lot of
new and fcolect novols.
At tho St. Andrew's Cathedral
sorvico this evening, tho Bishop will
deliver ft Lenten address.
Tin: Quintetto Club concert will
begin at 8 o'clock, this evening, at
tho Hawaiian Hotel.
Tub decision of tho Comt in tho
"Hawaiian daotto" caso will bo
delivered at 10 o'clock to-morrow
The Hawaiian bark Knlakaua was
placed under poliuo protection last
night, in connection with tho ponding
law fill it.
The regular monthly mooting of
Myrtlo Boat Club will bo held this
evening, at tho fltoro of King Bros.,
Eniini:i:ii whito was testing tho
water pipes at tho boat landing this
nftornoon, by hydraulic piessuro of
200 pounds to tho sqimio inch,
Rurusn broken coral from tho old
Snow property, is being applied to a
useful purpose in filling up ruts and
holes on Merchant street.
Tun P.M. S. S. City of Rio do
Janeiio will bo duo hero to-morrow
fiom San Francisco, en route to
Yokohama and Hongkong.
In tho advertising columns will bo
found n list of tho nowly elected
olllcors of tho Depnrtniont of Cali
fornia, G. A, R, for the ensuing year.
SiiATfi cannot bo rehorved for tho
matinee to-moirow at tho Opera
House. Thoso who are tlioro first
will have tho first choice of seats.
Messrs. J. E. Brown and Co. have
u house and lot for tale, on Beiotania
street, at u price to suit tho tinieh,
which is another way of saying "very
Duitixo Die nbsenco of Mr. Ehrlich
the Moto (Temple of Fashion) has
been lopainted unci thoiouglily lotio
vated, and is now ready to rcceivo
tho Immense slock of dry nnd fancy
goods now on tho way here.
An attractive piogrammo of arti
cles to be oll'eicd at Messrs. E. P.
Adams fe Co.'s icgular cash sale to
monow, appeals in lo-day'n RtiM.i:
tin, including u complete set of tho
The whaler Win. Bayles, anchored
oh" poit, this morning, and hoist
ed her flag union down. Though
tho fact was known among tho whal
ing captains in port, no heed was
given to it nnd the cause could not
Tin: public may bo assured of an
evening's thorough amusement at the
Opera House, next TtiCMlay, when
lliu Honolulu Amateur Company will
piny. The past performances of this
company, ofl'er sullicient guaran
tee of what is coming.
Tin: Road Supervisor has notified
tho public, by poster, that tho School
nil cot bridge, mossing Waikiiliiilulu
sticam, will bo closed for repairs,
from Monday Miuch 1-ltli until tho
work is completed, which is estimated
to occupy about a week.
Tin: opening of tho Hawaiian
branch of tho Y. M. C. A., in tho
late residenco of Queen Emma, Nuu
anu street, is arranged for to-morrow
evening, at 7:!(0 o'clock. Singing
and speechifying will constitute tho
main featuics of tho opening exer
cises. Tho public are invited.
Tin: Japancfro Acrobats will per
form at tho Opera House (his even
ing, a matinee for tho special benefit
of ladies and children being arranged
for 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
At the matinee, 50 cents only will bo
charged to all parts of the House.
Tho box plan is open at Mr. Howett's
bookstore, whero scats may be re
A young lady who arrived with her
newly married husband per steam
ship Australia, met with a sovcro and
painful accident yesterday. In stop
ping ofi' a platform about 8 or 10
inches above tho ground, in tho rear
of tho premises whero who is residing,
her ankle twisted and she came down
on tho cap of her knee. She was
carried to her room, and Dr. McGrow
was sent for, who found that tho
knee cap was broken.
THE KAIMILOA'SFICHTINC MATE
RIAL. During the dinner hour to-day,
tho boatswain of tho Kaimiloa had
a difference with the captain. It
resulted in the boatswain drawing
off and landing one under tho cap
tain's cnr. The captain raised his
umbrella in defence, and then a heap
of Billingsgate was exchanged. The
boatswain was ultimately taken in
charge by a police ofltccr, and a few
minutes latter was realeased on bail.
The case will probably come up at
the Police Court to-morrow morning.
THE BUNCH OF PANZIES.
The painted bunch of panzies
which was on exhibition in tho show
window of the Pacific Hardwaro
Compaivy, the other week, was
coveted by many, who havo givon
orders for copies, which will go for
ward by mail, to bo filled by the
young lady artist, Miss Fanning,
whoso homo is in California. One
who, at the ago of sixteen, can pro
duce a picture like the one re
ferred to, lias the faculty of genius,
nud it is to be hoped that tho favor
with which her production has been
received in Honolulu, will have a
tendency to encourage her in tho use
of the brush.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE .ENTERTAIN
MENT. At tho Y. M. C. A. Hall Saturday
evening tho Blue Bibbon League
will give an unusually fine entertain
ment. Mr. Yarndley will play a
violin solo with piano accompani
ment by Mrs. Stanford ; Miss Jennie
Grieve will sing a solo; Mr. Levi
Lyman, by special request will sing
"The Tar's Farewell" which so de
lighted thoso present at tho "Musi
calc at Oahu College last week ; Miss
E. V. Hall and Mrs. Cruzan will
give readings, and Mr. Cruzan will
give a brief address. All are in
vited. WOMEN'S CHURCH AID SOCIETY.
Pursuant to notice, tho "Women's
Church Aid Society held its annual
meeting yesterday afternoon, in St.
Andrew's Cathedral Sunday School
room. Tho election of office-bearers
for tho ensuing year resulted us fol
lows: President, Mrs. G. N.
Robertson ; Vice-President, Mrs. G.
Wallaco ; Secretary, Mrs. B, Coving
ton ; Treasurer, Mrs. T. B. Walker j
Executive Comuiitlco, Mrs. Coving
ton, Mrs. King, Mrs. Monsarrat,
Mrs. Bobcrtson, Mrs. Mist, Mrs.
McGrcw, Mrs. Schacfcr, Mrs. May
and Mrs. Wallace; Entertainment
Coininittco, Mrs. Jordan, Mrs. S.
Dowsctt, Mrs, Covington, Mrs.
"Walker and Mrs. Wallace,
THE HONOLULU RIFLES.
Tho Honolulu Bifics had a smart
drill last evening. Privates C. W.
Ashford nnd Jns. Torbert wcro ap
pointed coporals, to fill vacancies.
Orders wore ibsued for tho members
to assomblo at tho armory every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
ovening, until tho 2'stli inst., to pre
pare for the exhibition drill. Tho
formation of a battalion of not more
than four companies, containing
each not less than 35 men and not
more than 08, was set afloat. Kino
new members were elected, making
about 7o active uiombers. Company
target practice was voted to bo held
on the afternoon of tho 17th inst.,
and tho range committee were in
structed to mako nrrangcuicuts for
Tim: following passengers nro
booked to leavo for San Francisco
by the S. S. Alameda to-night: G.
A. M. Gordon, L. Linger, L. Hink
slon, Mr. Adelsdoifer, Cupt. Matson,
F. B. Jaggar, V. E. Churchill, Mrs.
J. B. Sutton, Miss E. McConib, Mrs.
J. P. Smith, E. C. Nowell, T. S. Lea,
Mrs. Shorry, A. Suntas, and E.
PACIFIC HACK CO.
Carriage companies continue to
be formed, the last combination
being named the "Pacific." Drivers
find that by being steady, civil, and
attentive to business they can soon
acquire money sullicient to qnablo
them to become owners. The
Pacific Company is formed by a
number of single owners, who have
established a reputation, for civility
and sobriety. The stand and otllco
of tee company is on Queen street,
opposite tho Bulletin office. Tho
telephone number of the company is
A LEFT HANDER.
This afternoon the tliiid olllccr of
tho whaler Hunter, who had come
ashore with a boat's crew, knocked
a Tahitian sailor out in one round, at
the boat lauding, with a left hand
blow. Tho crew had been oidorcd
into the boat and the Tahitian, who
was somewhat intoxicated, refused
to go, and wanted to light. Ho
caught the olllccr by the shoulder,
but tho next instant ho was fiat on
his back. While in n helpless heap
the sailor was put into the whale
boat and taken out to the ship.
THE MOONLIGHT CONCERT.
Last night's concert by the Boyal
Hawaiian Band was an unusual treat.
After an Overture and Galop, the
band played by request, Selections
from Balfe's "Bohemian Girl," the
solo parts of which wcro rendered
with feeling and effect. Mr.
Michiels' newMarclcntitlcd "Queen
Kapiolani's Farewell" came next on
tho programme. The composer of
the piece being present, Prof. Berger
courteously resigned tho. leadership
to him during the playing of this
piece. It was received witli loud
applause. It is lively and insp riling,
introducing plaintive Hawaiian
airs, admirably arranged to suit the
time. In tho second part, Mr.
Michiels played a cornet solo with
his accustomed skill, receiving an
enthusiastic encore. The Jubilee
Waltz by Coote, and the March,
"King Kalakaua," by Michiels con
cluded a pleasant evening's enter
tainment, throughout which there
was a large and appreciative au
dience. His Majesty honored tho
occasion with his presence, being
unattended in .a privato carriage.
The weather was perfect, tho full
moon shining respleudently through
out the evening.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Two drunks paid SO eacli to the
Antono Gomez was charged with
assault and battery on Ah Chnng.
Found guilty and fined 2 and $3.80
THE S. N. CASTLE.
The barkentine S. N. Castle,
launched from the yard of tho Hall
Bros., at Port Blakeley, a few weeks
ago, is nearing completion ; follow
ing is a description of her: Length
of keel, UG feet; length over all,
172; breadth of beam, 35.1 feet;
depth of hold, 13.17 ; gross tonnage,
515.GG ; net tonnage, 488.88. Tho
keel is sided 1G inches, molded 28
inches, rider keelson sided 1G inches,
molded 12 inches the wlioio depth
is 3G inches fastened with one lj
and two 1 inch bolts in each
frame. There are two sister keel
sons sided M inches, molded II
inches, bolted with l inch bolts,
fastened to frames, and main keel
son. The frames aro doublo of
yellow fir sawed, and placed on keel
30 inches from centers; they are
sided 10 inches. The deck framo is
fir; beams, llxll inches, G feet 8
inches ; space between centers (a
hanging kneo secures each end of
beam) sided 12 inches, bolted witli
22 inch nnd ! inch bolts driven
from outsldo, nnd riveted on the
inside over rings. Tho lodging
knees are sided 7 inches, and fast
ened with J inch bolts to each arm,
and 2 to every timber riveted on
knees ; under each beam supporting
the center, a stanchion 10x14 inches,
secured to beam by an iron strap
over beam down side of stanchion ;
tho lower cud is kneed to keelson.
Tho thick strakes of ceiling are
12x14 inches, gradually reduced to
8 inches to 4 inches j two strakes of
clamps, which aro 10 inches thick.
Tho ceiling is fastened with four &
inch iron bolts in each framo, and
edgo bolted. This manner of fast
ening forms a net work of iron,
giving great solidity to tho inner
structure. Tio security aid strength
of tho ends havo been oloscly lookod
after as follows: There are threo
sets of pointers and breast hooka
forward, and tho samo aft, all
securely bolted, the fastenings
being driven from the outside, and
riveted inside on rings. In addi
tion to this a large beam is placed
half-way between deck and keelson,
about 20 feet from forward ; 1 3 se
cured at each end by two knees foro
und aft, nud oup hanging kucc.
Tho wntet'-wnys tiro 10x12 Inches,
running from stem to stern, fastened
with I inch iron, two bolts to every
frame. Tim planking is of extreme
lengths, somo being over 100 feet
long. The garboartls are 8 inches
in thickness and 20 inches in width,
tills thickness is reduced to 1 inches ;
wales me o inches. The two inner
strakes of garboards are edgo bolted,
with 1 inch Iton into the keel in
every second spaco between frames.
Tho deck planking is Ix-I inches of
long lengths, and clear of blemishes.
The masts nro beautiful specimens
of Piigct Sound spars, clear from
defects. The S. N. Castle was de
signed by tho Hall Bros., and built
under tho supervision of Captain
Hubbard, part owner. Slio is in
tended for the trade between the
Hawaiian Islands and San Fran
cisco. Nothing was spared to mako
this a fast and piolltablo vessel.
She will load lumber at Ulsnlady
for Honolulu. S. F. Commercial
BARK HUNTER'S CIRCUS WITH A
Blowing heavy with hard rain and
a high confused sea, at 3 t ji., saw
a school of sperm whales, and
stalled four boats in pursuit. At C
v. m. struck one. At !) r. jr. took
him alongside, made him fast with
two large chains and a hawser, and
the game commenced. Hove tho
ship to under storm sails till day
light on the -1th, then ran before the
wind under easy sail towards Upolu
point, in hopes of finding smooth
water to cut him in. When within
ten miles of the point, parted the
chains, hovo tho ship to, repaired
tho chains, put tlieni on again, nnd
continued on our course for the
point. When within a mile of it,
parted the chains again, hove tho
ship to, repaired chains, and again
put them on, but did not hocm to
trust them again to run with. At
11 r. ji. parted ngaiu, but secured
him. At daylight on the fltli put
tho ship's cable on to him, and ran
for tho lee sido of Kahoolawe. Sea
very rough and wind blowing heavy
in gusts. Ban about 20 minutes nnd
paited the cable, still having our
chain and hawser on to him. Came
to the wind witli tho whalo to the
leeward of us, and concluded to
save his body, and let tho head go.
At 3 i m. had tho body in, and mado
tho head fast as the weather was
moderating. At daylight on tho Gtli,
commenced operations on tho head
and at 3 v. ji. got all of it that was
good. Could we have saved the
whalo fresh lie would have yielded
one hundred and ten (110) barrels
of oil, as it was we got niuct3f-tno
barrels from him, but as sperm oil
is next to valueless, all we get out
of it, is, tho fun we had, but we had
lots of it. Wo finished our opera
tions with him on tho west sido of
Lanai, having visited half the Islands
in tho group witli our circus.
THE RETURN OF THE SURPRISE.
Tho steamer Surprise returned
this morning from Kuan and Lanai.
She brought 2,107 bags of sugar,
that being all that was in readiness.
The Surprise on her up trip called
at Awulua, Lanai, on Wednesday
morning. On landing, the captain
heard from tho natives that tho
Maiolo's crew had loft their boat on
u point, and had gone inland to Mr.
W. M. Gibson's ranch. Word was
sent to the sailors that tho Surprise
would return for them tho next day.
The capsized schooner was not seen
by anybody on tho steamer, and no
knowledge of her whereabouts could
be obtained. On Thursday tho
Surprise called at Awalua for the
Maiolo's crew, but thoy had left the
island th'o evening before, on tho
tug Elcu. The natives said they
had departed for Honolulu, but as
tho tug has not yet arrived hero, tho
probabilities are that she went in
search of tho Mololo, and has found
ADVENTURES OF NAPOLEON.
Ono never grows tired of personal
details, even to the minutest, of tho
adventures of Napoleon, and, in
deed, of all tho Bouapartes. What
an interesting little book, for exam
ple, might bo written called "Old
Clothes" z being an account of the
garments worn at different periods
by Napoleon Bonaparte, somo time
Sub-lieutenant in the Regiment of
La Fore, and afterward Emperor of
tho French and King of Italy ! Tho
straight-cut coat, stand-up collar,
powdered and pomatumed hair of
tho student of Brieunu ami Ecolo
Militaire; tho lieutenant, the cap
tain, tho colonel; the general's garb,
never completes without topboots, a
plumed hat, ami an immense tri
colorcd sash, of tho Revolutionary
epoch; tho led velvet coat, em
broidered with gold, of tho Consu
late; tho Imperial Coronation robes,
designed by Talma ; tho green uni
form of tho Chasseurs of tho Guard ;
tho gray greatcoat and littled cocked
hat of Austcrlltz ; tho furred pcllsso
of -Moscow ; tho short velvet cloak,
silk tights, and chapcuu a la Jenri
Qmitrc of tho Champ do Mai, 1815
aye, uiid shabby nankeen suit and
broad-brimmed straw hat of Long
wood. What n book I To bo copi
ously illustrated, of course! Frank
Two children wcro cut to pieces
near Stevenage by an express train,
thu approach of which was conceal
ed by tho fog.
A widow agud SO, scratched her
finger while washing some clothes.
It mortified, and slio died in the Lon
Chestnut heir Tho sou of n negro
minstrel. Merchant Traveler.
wmwuwu&WKi nei'a. juwBjjra Mir t i m
1 EVERYBODY I I- invited to call at
2j tho Li.uii Iti. Ciu:.ut Parlous mid
Inipcct that fiplcmilil lul nf C.uulies just
nriivcd per Aiihtralla. Hy the way, you
om buy somo ton. Thuro Is nothing
llko Caudyl It lakes with nil tho girls I
nrhr x. nr i.,..
J I , IVWT. JU JS .11. .u I U
cchid i' "All-tlalii." a blir lot
of Furniture, Music Guotls and Toyy,
consisting In pm I of Human?, llcdocadt),
Wire Mnttrcfsi-o. lllirh Ol.'lcu Stools",
Guitar and Violin Suing, Gultur unci
Violin Instructors, Ihmnonlcn;, Mu-lc
Hooks all kinds, and Sheet Music,
Foot Hallr, Baby Cnrriiigci, Carls Wag
ons, &.C., &&, too numerous to mention.
olleritl lor ealu by GOiNS.HiVKS &
CO., Queen Street. ill
"VIEWS of tho Lava Flow of 1F87,
T fiom Jfcgtitlwa mado on the second
day of the eruption, ilnwing tlio col.
limit of liivn nt the tourru crater, tuny
he seen nt tho Photograph Booms of J.
GOKSALV K3, lii'J Foi l Si. C'J
WE HAVE just received per Aus
trnliu a new lot of AitlUs' Jin
terlih, Bliony Wnrc, lliifkotx, Cnliutt
Frames, Btntlc l'lani-s", etc. And we
are bolter prepared than over to mnko
Cornices nml Picture Vranicj, having
tlm largest and licit Bilouted stock of
Moulding In t lie Kingdom. Kixo
linos.' aiit bTom:. ai
Bit. Flint's Hi:akt Bumedv is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circtiltiiion. De-criptivo book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. 3ol
Patiioxizi: Homo Indiittty by buy
ing cigars of .1. W. Ilingfey, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Woiks, whero ho is piepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and ptoinptly tilled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is leiiuited" to
sell theso cigaiH. Do not forgot the
natnu .1. W. Hiugley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel tieol.
ONE T HAM CAB AND 100 FEET
of T Hnlls, slv pounds to Uio foot,
with holts and llali-plntes complete.
Suitable for Wiireliou!' or Plantation.
Apply to 1IOLLISTEH & CO.
COTTAGE TO J,ET.
- A COlTAOi: OX IlKItE-
flRitaKSH tnnl i Street, adjoining thu
K-mM residence of Mi. Morgan.
uoungo columns n rooms witli Kitchen,
Etc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS A CO.
f"MIE well known Old Corner
X l't'cntiHOS. Apply at the BEA
VER SALOON 07 tf
TO LET Oil LEASE.
'.MIAT BUILDING FOK.MKHLY
X occupied by Wong Leung as his
residence at Knp damn, near tho Reform,
ntory School, containing 7 rooms, in
cluding Parlor, Ilcdiooin, Dining-room
and Mti hen, is now ollcrcd for lent or
lento at a mutt reasonable rate. For In
foimntion euuuho at William It. Cii3tlo's
law nfllcc, or of All Iti.cornir of Here.
Inula nnd Nituanii Slicets. 02 Ilw
A JAPANESE COOK wniited; must
linUu IiIiiimiII generally useful.
Apply nt this Office. 72
SIX GOOD DRESSMAKERS wauted
nt Chns, J. FUhcl'ri Dressmaking
Kstabll-luucnt. None but good liamls
need to apply. M tf
CHAS. T. GULICK, NOTARY
PUULIU. Gentritl lliistnif-s Agon,
nv. Itil's, Accounts nnd Kenls (olltcted.
Mn. JOHN GOOD, .lit., nutlioiizid col.
Employment Agency. Mn. F.MARCOS,
All orders sent to No. US Mediant
Street will receive prompt attention.
llcll Tvlciihoni; :iin. i'.O.lfox US.
AT THE ANNUAL MF.ETINO OF
the People's lee and Refrigutntlng
C'., held this day. tlio following nlllcurs
weio elected for tlio ensuing your:
.1. M.SASS President
.1. K.WILDKK Vice-President
W.E. FOSTER Secretary
V. B. WALL Treasurer
.T. 11. PATY Auditor
J. M. S iss, .1. K. Wilder, W. E. Foster
W. E. FOSTER,
Sco'T P. I. & Kef. Co.
Honolulu, Maicli 1, 1SH7. 72 lot
Will ho open every nftcinconnnd even.
aioudiiy, TiicHcliiy, IVoilncmtny nnd
huturiluy t: en In cm,
To the puMlu In general.
For lnilios and gentlemen.
Mat unlay AI'Iitiiooiih,
For ladies, genllrmen and children.
Letsons In Fanny Sknting.
Friday unrig Snturdny Evenings.
WILLIAM WALL, Mnnngor.
"F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
- advcrlUo It lu thu Daii.v Jiuu,ivriN
CEMPLE OF FASHION,"
03 & G5 Fovfc Street, Honolulu.
By tho Zealnndin, duo here ou tho 18th of this month,
Mi. Ehrlich will return to Honolulu, with ono of the Larg
est nnd host Selected Stouks of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS!
Ever imported to Honolulu.
The Ladies and General Public aro cordially invited to
inspect the Stock upon its arrival.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS !
si S. EHRLICH.
IT. IirLIXER, -
It el I Teleplionr 17!t.
The Best Manila Cigars in the Market!
Chnrlca Stuntt Cavcrlcy recently published n specimen of bis lyrical talent,
entitled " Mr. Leslie's SoDg " of which tho following two verses aro a specimen:
Tlicro is a nipt tiro exceeding nil mcmtirc,
Left to enliven this sorrowful world:
Who docs not think of that moment with pleasure,
When first round his lips the. wreathing smoko curled ?
Parents look grave or sick,
Call It a nasty trick,
Say It U ruinous say It Is wron;; , ,
iluppy Indeed is his lot, ' '
Who, for thcuo caring not,
Fulls like a chimncy.pot, " .
All tlio day long.
.Some, who are troubled with endless entreaties, ' ,ui
Strive for a time this delight to forego; ' '
Vnlu lire their ellorts, their failure complete is
l.lfu without Hmoklnp'a unbearably slow. - - "
Soon their mistake they tlnd,
Leave nil such thoughts behind,
Wlc resolutions all vanish in smalt;
And to their cost they see
That, If their life must be
71 Twill bono joke.
From tho Temple of Fashion at greatly reduced rates, wo now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which de'y competition.
These goods nro first class in every icspcct und consist of nil grades und qual
Clilliiiii MaMe for tie Bid id Poor ale.
In often ing them to our customers we would most respectfully draw their at
tention to the fact that we are giving them the benefit of our cheap bargain and
invite the public in general to give us a call und exnmino tiles') goods beforo pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual Hue of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is loo well known to need especial comment. 59
Fred ncKsburg brewing Co.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
Tho Lagsr Beer of tho above Brewery
Was Awarded the First Prizes
At tho Expositions ot 1885 and 1E80
Of, n,1 UHMDI III II
IMrOKTEll AND DKAI.Klt IN
Oiistom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Corner Fort & Merchant 8trooU, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLANDSTRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
PLEASANT FltONT 110051,
nuwlv furnished, at 103 Ntiunuu
Avenue, uy inn wecu or inoniu.
CO-lw MItS. "W. (J. NKKDIIAJf.
For Sale or Lease.
THOSE PKHM1SES SITUATED ON
Pmiuhou Street called "Knnnnllo.
lliu," tho property of O. II. Judd, aro for
salu or for lense for a term of years.
For particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. OAllTWIUailT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13. 1880. 1C08
FOlt LEASE OR SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
A. klkl, at present occupied by O. D.
Fieetli. Apply ut olllco of
FUEETII & PEACOCK,
IS it S3 Nuiuuiu street.
Slutnnt Telephone 373.
Egan & Co.'s
the cntiru Stock of
UfgLA THE RESIDENCE AND
fZfirffl l'uhturo Lands at Pnuon Val
BEaH ley, occupied by Mrs. Long.
Apply on tlio premises. UUtf
FOR SALE !
ONE LAltGE LOT, corner Pcnsacola
and Ltinalilo SO , which can be
divided Into two or moro building lots.
Enquire of Q. WEST,
(ii Of West, Dow & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN.
THE undersigned hnvo money lo loan
In sums of not less than ono thous.
nnd dollars upon satisfactory security.
SMITH, THUH8TON & K1NNFA,
OStC CO Fort Street, Honolulu.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
A. advertise In lliu Daily Bulletin.
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