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,V' r f k w IU( m2iiA U-irti7liiia4if-a.Viwrti 1i'i iilu i iifltf1ta1ftTnllil(ritrfl'rVnniTT-'iVrj:fr'iTnrr'-1"-i7iti'i'i,"-,lll MtitAV&Sttt&&feVJd JS?i?9J t'?iws4'zu&-tvftis .- kb ?' y$ . 5 :r m 1 & X i 4 X i. v. IS It' fc BISHOP & Co., BANKERS Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands. Draw Exchango on .tho Bank of California, H. 3F. And their agents in NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG. Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney, London, The Commercial Bank;Co., of Sydney, The Bank of New Zealand : Auckland, Chrlstchuroh, and Wellington, Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic torla, B. C, and Portland, Or. jlkd Transact a General Banking Business. 0601y Daily V Published about tho End and Middle of eaoh Month. Contains 40 Columns of Interesting News Eelating to the Var ious Islands- There is no better publication for sending to friends Abroad, nor l there any better medium for advertising any .special line of business that mayibpcnd, in part, for its support, upon foreign pa tronage. These Summaries go to all parts of the English-speaking world, and the demand for them is constantly Increasing. Subscription, including Postage to Foreign Countries, $2.50 per Year. The Daily Bulletin AMI DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY Can be had from J. H. Sor-Eii, : : A. M. Hkwktt, : J. "W. IIikoley, : J.Sims, : : : : Heniiy Williams, : : Merchant Street, : : Hotel Street Hawaiian Hotel n gnHji ,uttdhu Pledged to nelthor Beet dot Fatty. But established for tho benefit of all. TUESDAY, MAR. 29. 1887. THERE SHOULD HAVE BEEN AN INQUEST. As reported in all the daily pa pers yesterday, a dead man was found in the harbor on Sunday morning. Competent medical tes timony was to the effect that the man met bis death by drowning in salt water. There is no doubt of that. But how did the drowning occur? This is the question that remains unsettled. It is a remark able thing for a native Hawaiian, in health and his senses, to drown in a small sheet of water like the Hono lulu harbor. Every Hawaiian can swim like a fish. How did this man act drowned? Did ho fall into the water in a state of stupor? or did he strike against something solid and become insensible? or was he thrown in? Who can furnish an swers to these questions? The whole affair is a mystery. About all that seems to be known is, that he was missing last Friday and was found drowned on Sunday. The body has been decently buried, and there is the end. This is certainly one of those cases of "sudden and suspicious deaths" which should have been t investigated by a coro ner's jury. A proper inquiry, which would have involved the calling and examination of witnesses, by an in telligent jury, might have cleared up the mystery ; and if not, there would have been tho satisfaction of knowing that no information to that end was procurable Had the man no relatives or friends? Can any one censure the general public for suspecting the practice of foul play? The coroner is decidedly guilty of palpable neglect of duty in not having summoned a jury, and made careful inquiry. It is a very easy matter for a man to bo got quietly out of the world in this country, and the perpetrator escape undetected and unpunished. A rigid system of coroners' juries is tho best safe guard yet devised againBt foul play. OUR AMATEUR THEATRICALS. Tho people of Honolulu owo thanks to the Amateur Minstrel Company for a series of amusing performances. la the dearth of amusement long prevailing, tho young gentlemen composing thin company did their best to furnish a little diversion, and they succeeded admirably. No better proof of their success in gratifying the public tasto could be given or desired than tho largeness of tho audiences which have witnessed their performances. Three entertainments brought to gether three largo gatherings, each auooeetting ouo ucing u mw"" of the precedbji', ana the third ami J xiimmni uumiuiu i last, being tho largest of tho throo. The llgithnatc drama, ns some choose to call the antique productions of our forefathers, was not attempted. The amateurs sought to amuse, and amuse they did. The people went to tho theatre to be amused, and amused they were. Tho success encountered was primarily due to a correct Judgment of the public taste, which produced a class of entertain ment that suited ; and, secondarily, to the careful and thorough rehearsals of the troupe, which made every member master of his pnrt, and re sulted in performances well sustained and creditably played. For our own part, wo have usually had un measured contempt for amateur theatricals of every description, con sidering them, as a rule, a miserable failure even as a burlesque of the pure breed. AVo are pleased to record a more lavorablc impression of Honolulu amateurs in gcueral, and of the Minstrels in particular. They attempt nothing above their capacity, and they carry out satisfactorily what they undertake. Honor and thanks to them. AVe cordially con gratulate them on the success they have achieved and the reputation they have established, and feci con fident in asserting that tho public will again be ready with an enthus iastic greeting, as soon as they (the amateurs) arc ready with another entcrtaiument or series of entertain ments. Aloha ! The report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction for Tennessee, just submitted to the Legislature, shows a marked and wonderful im provement in the public school sys tem of Tennessee. ASSIGNEE'S SALE! BY ORDER OF .1. F. IIACKFELD. Assignee of the bankrupt estate of Hang YIck, I will sell at Public Auction On Thursday, March 31st, At 10 a. m., at my salcsiooms, corner of Fort and Queen streets, the entire stock of said estate consisting of BROWN & WHITE COTTONS! Shirts, Quilts, Clothing, Handker chiefs, Spool 'IJlircad, Matches, To bacco, Pipes, Soap, Perfumery, etc. Also, TWO SEWING MACHINES 2 Counters, 2 Show Cases, Lamps, fcc. And at lit o'clock noon, And for account of whom it mav concern, ONE BOY'S PONY! "With Saddle, Bridle and Blanket. One Top Buggy, and one uay CAitinA-cai: noitwi:: 5 years old. LEWIS J. LEVEY, 9G 2t Auctioneer. AUOTJOK SALE OF Honseliold Furniture ! By order of CAPT. FULLER, wo will sell at Public Auction, On Thursday, April 7th, '87, At 10 o'clock, n. in., at his residence, No.p8 Kukui Street, the Household Fur niture consisting of Black Walnut Marble Top Eta g a re Marble Top Centre Table, Vienna Chairs, Rockers, BLACK WALNUT AND PLUSH SOFA!! Pictures, Gilt Mantel Clock, Easy Chair, Ottoman, BLACK WALNUT BOOK CASE Books, Bracket, Cal. Laurel Tabic, Center Uug, Dror Bugs, B. W Hair Cloth Loungo, B. W. Extension Tablo, B. W. Marble Top Sideboard China, Glass and Crockery Ware, S.Light Chandeliers, I B. W. Marble Top Bedroon Set Spring Mattress, Stogie B. W. Bedbtead, Butler's Tray, Refrigerator, 1 SINGER SEWING MACHINE, (in good order.) 1 Hocking norse, 1 Bicycle, kitciikx utj:.mii,m, j:ti:., ktc. E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,g 00 8t Auctioneers. NOTICE. ON AND AFTER THE ITBST OF April, MR. CHAS. T GULIOIC will attend to my business in general ami collect all bills due to me, rent, etc. His receipt or the one of Mil. John Good, Jit., will bo a hutHcient discharge. G. TROUSSEAU, M. D. Honolulu, Mai eh 'JO, 1ES7. 110 lw LOST, L1GHT.COLORED SET tor Dog, answers to the namo of "Gordon.'' A suit, ablo reward will bo paid on delivoiy of same to JOHN BOWLER, coot l'ataco Walk. Tea id Ciitlna Plaits FOR SALE. Young Plants ot Best Assam Hybrid Tea! Free on bnaid steamer at Kukuihaele, Hamakuft, Hawai, at 95.00 per 100, at purchaser's risk. Also, orders received for a small qutin. tlty of CINCHONA OFFICINALIS, (down Bark.) Seeds now ripening on trees at Kukui liaele as above, at 915.00 per ox. Apply to 05 lw F,A.S(JHAEFER$CO. A ADMIN I STUATOWS Sale of Real Estate ! BY ORDER OF JOS I. MENDONOA, Administrator of the Estato of Domingo Lopez Ramos, Into of Hono. lulu, deceased, I will sell at I'tib 1c Auc tlou at my salcsiooms in Honolulu, on Thursday, March 31st, 1887, At 12 o'clock noon, all of tho light, title and luteiest of said Domingo Lopez Ramos in aud to all of tho the following real estate. 1. Allot that tract of land situated at Kallhl, Oaku, containing an area of ;iu aa-uu acres, tieing me same premises described In R. 1'. No. G93 to Kuimiiu ( said lot being fenced and adjoining tlio Ifnlihl stream. a. All ol that lot of land at Mid Ka. Hhl containing 1! y.lOuorcs, described In It. 1 "Jin! Ho Kiiniiilpcleluinc. TERMS CASH ami deeds at e.spense of purchaser. 'Ihu sale of the above will bo subject to the confirmation of the Chief-Justice of the Supreme Con it. LEWIS J. LEVEY, 01 lit Auctioneer. Auotion Sale of Elegant Household Furniture ! Uv "ider of Mr..). II. CASTLE, we will tell t Public Auction at his real, deuce, corner of Klnatt and Kuplulanl stieels, (on account of departure), On Tuosday, April 5th, 1887, At 10 o'clock, a. m., the oiitiie House hold Furniture, coinpri'ing In part WICKER ROCKERS, SOFAS AND CHAIRS, Upholstered Turkey Easy Chair, lDBliMSMiiwPiaio! In good condition, a llueitistiumcut, j iii,.vck r.itoxv taiim:. Bronze Figures and Vases ! 1 Large Plate Glass Minor, 1 Easy Sofa (Upholstcied in l'ludi), Drawing Boom Ctutnliis, Engraving! and Pictures including Othello, niiijjduli-nc.rtluicr Jlolornso, Nlccping Venus. Fine Koa Sideboard 1 Mahogany Bureau Book Case, Mack Walnut Writing Desk, B.W. Dining Chairs, (leather seats), I Japanese Screen, I Ash Marble Top Bedroom Set ! Spring and Hair Mattresses, Smyriio Rugs. Statuette ami Pedestal "Dice 'Ihiowcr" and "Venus." A Select Library of Miscellaneous A orks, 1 "Uncle Sam" Range with Water Rack Tank and Boiler, Kitchen Utensils, 1 Carriage Horse! Hurne-s, Rifrigerator, Meat Safe, Gulden 'loots, elc, etc. A LOT OF ASSORTED FERNS! The Premises will bo open for inspec tion on Monday, Aptil 4th, from 12 u. to 4 r. m. 13. P. ADAMS & CO., 93 lw Auctioneers. SITUATION WANTED. BY A YOUNG LADY AS GOVERN OR inn private funil). Compu. tent t) impait a sound education. Als;, Elocution, Music, elc. Address, ".Gov. ernes'," Bulletin Oilloe. !)" lw WANTED, A WOMAN TO DO PLAIN SEW lug. Apply tn MRS. JACKSON, at Refonnatoiy School. lOtf NOTICE. CHAS. HUSTACE, JR., has full powci ol attorney, to tinnsiiet all business for me ftoiu this date until further notice MIIS.E. C. BOLLES. Honolulu, March 23, 1SS7. U3 lw NOTICE. HHHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING X been appointed Assignee of the Estate of Hang Ylck, doing business on Maunakci stecct, llonouiu, notice is hereby given to all persons to present their claims against tlio said Hang Ylck to J. 1 Iluckfeld at the olllce H. Hack fold & Co., Queen street, within one month from date, and all persons in debted to bald Hnng Yik are hereby re quoted to inuko Immediate payment thereof to ihu said. I. F. Ilnckfnld J. F. IIACKFELD. Assignee of the IMnto of llaiitr Ylk. Honolulu, March 28, 1S87. !j Ct DIVIDEND NOTICE. A MONTHLY DIVIDEND OF ONE Dollar p'tr faliaro will bu payable on the capital stock of the Peoples' lee and Roliigcratnr Ojnipinv on TUES DAY, the 21ih day of Maich, at thu Company's olllce. I).) ilt W E. FOSTER, Sec'y. GEO. WILSON, ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST competent drivers, having with drawn from tho United Carriage Co, can now be found nt the stand, corner of Fort and Merchant Streets. itot h Tcit'iiiioiii-N, o. ;i:i,t, Cui'i'iiico Xo.417. I'Jlw NOTICE. npiIE MANAOEHS OFTHE UNITED X Carriage Co., wish to notify their pations t)nt George Wilson no longor drives for Ihu above Coinpany. UNITED CARRIAGE CQ. Ofllcc and Stand i Corner of King and Fort Streets. 0.1 lw DHESSMAK1NO. MRS. RODANET, tho well-known dressmaker, leuently returned from Paris, lias her dress.inaking looms still on Emilia stiect, ubovo the square. l.Viltt DRESSMAKING. Ml SS C LA R K E, who has hnd many veins experience in Dress is Cloak Making, has OPENED A DRESSMAK. 1NG ESTABLISHMENT lit 101 Alakca street, 155J Household Furniture A.X AlTJCXIOiV. By order of Mr. M. ROSENTHAL, wo will sell nt Public Auction, at his residence, corner of Lumililo and Pen sncol.i strict?, (promises lately occupied by Mr. J. T. Dare), On Wednesday, March 30th, At lOo'clookn. in., his Entire nouse- hold Furniture, comprising in pait, the MOST ELEGANT AND VARIED As'ortment of Kensington Embroldcied mid Hand Painted Goods ever olleml nl Public Auction here, consisting of 2 EBONY TABLES ! Embroidered Pluli, Embroidered Garnet Satin Lambrequin, PliHli Emtii'oldcicd Table Suurft, Einbroldeted Banners, Embroidered Japanese Wall Pocket, Garnet SJtin Tidies. Silk Embroidered Seai fs, Beveled UMtiri'or ! (Embioldercd Frame), 1 Embr'd Picture, "Golden Pheasant," Haud Paluted Plaques, Embroldcied Panel Picture, Hand Painted Slull Plctuies, Beveled Mirror, Hand Painted Flowers 1 Fisher Bsriilit Piano ! A new imtrtiincnt in Hue tone, Upholstcied Pi mo Stool. Embroidered Piano Cover, CHERRY CENTER TABLE! Marble Top Tables, B. W. Writing Desk, Drawing Room Cm tains, Hues, Decorated Lamps, "Dresden" Vases, Bisque Ornaments, French Mantle Clock, Black Walnut Bedroom Set! Oak Bedroom Set, Hair and Spring Mattresses, Black Walnut Wardrobe, A Collection of Hltverwnre, Cutlery, JX'OHATKI 11 IX A WAKE and Glassuntc, Marble Top Sldeboiul, B.W. Extension Table, Refrigerator, Kitchen Stove and Utensils, Etc. ALSO ONE 2-SEAT FAMILY CARRIAGE 1 Set Single Harness. The nbovo aiticlo arc nil new and of fer a line opportunity to pioeure Ele gant llouseiiold Goods. E. P. ADABIS & CO., Auctioneers. 93 4t Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public Records Searched, Abstiact of Title Furnished, and Conveyances Drawn on short nmice. Collodion Apcncy.-Mn. JOHN GOOD, Jit , Authorized Collector. Employment Agency. Mn. F. MARCOS, S ecial Agent. General Business Agency. No. :IS Mer chant Street. Ilell Telephone 34H. 1 O. II ox 415. 82tf Telephone 2-10. LEWIS We li'ivo received a fresh lino of Crosse & Blackwoll's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods Dliect from England ex DrltMi bark Glengiber, comprising in pint: Bottles Mixed Pickles. " Cham Cham, " White Onions, " Piccallii, " Picscivcd West India Ginger, " Spanish Olives, Handsome Vases Rnyal Table Siuce, " " Julia Bull Sauce, Bottles Walnut CaUup, " Gieengages in Syrup, " Red Currants in Syrup, " Candied Orange Peel, " Citron Peel, " Pudding Raisins, Mb tlus Jordan Almonds, " Filed Eels, J.lb litis Fresh Cod Roes, l"qtinrt Bottles Salted Hen lugs, E irthen Jars Auchovy Paste, ' Boltles Cayenne Pepper, Bottles While and Black Pepper, " Zanto Currants, 7-1 b tins Scotchmeal, lara Table Suit, 2-lb tins Green Pea Soup, " Julienne Soup, " Mock Turtle Soup, " Oxtail Soup, ' Glblct Siiup, " Mullagatawny Soup, Bottles India Curry Powder, Tins Madras " " 1 & 2-lb tins Jams and Jellies, assiutcd, VMii of all kinds, 1-lb tins Carraway Seed?, Bottles Tomato Conserve, Trullled Pate do l'ols Giiw, Tins Whole Roast Grouse, " Sage and Onions, " Halfoid's English Curiied Fowl, " English AspataguH, Mb tins Mince Meal, " Prawns, 21b tins Spiced Beef, Bottles Capers, 2 ami -1 oz., Mb tins Canots, " Onions, " lilshStcw, " Boiled Mutton, " Slewed ICidueys, Roatt Veal, Mtucatel Raisins, Cocoa and Milk, .Symington's Pen Flour, Epps H to -lb"Packages Cocoa, OiMpy Knife Polish, 1-lb tins Fluke Tapioca, Coleman's Mustard in tins and l)ottcs all sizes, Edam Cheese, Day & Mania's Shoo Paste, Also just received ex S. S, Australia and Brigantlne Consiulo, a complete lino of HrAVLl?JL.13 A.N1) FANCY GKOOERIEft!, All which vtu oiler nt ica'ounblo prices. Ha(lt.ratlon CJuuiiintted, Hint JoodN dulivciuil (o nil inii-ts or Honolulu. FHE3II HOUSE GOODS in Season, iccelvcd by each trip of tho O. S. S. Co.'s Steamers by , LEWIS & OO. Mlw Desirable Residence FOR SALE AT AUCTION! By ordrr of Mil. O. DUVAL, wo will sell nt Public Aiutlon, On Saturday, April 2nd, !87 At 12 o'clock noon, At our Salesroom, Queen Street, thnl desuablo premises on X-itiimlilo Street, nt present occupied as n residenco by Mr. Duval. The Lot liasnfinntogo of 110 feet on Lunalllo Strcit, and a u -pth of 150 feet, aud Is well cooi(d with gins. Water laid on throughout the premhe'. There is an the premise?, A 2-Story Dwdlii lose Well and hubstintlally bulli, with Bay vi liiiiow lroimng tue ttrcet. Tho house contains a spaelous Parlor, Dining Room ami Bedroom on tlio lower Moor. Also, Laigo Kitchen, Pan try aud Bath Room. On the upper floor sue 3 Bedrooms, each furnished with Clothes Closets. Theie Is also a large Carriago llouso and Slablo on tho Lot This is one of tlic iuot deslrablo resi dence offeied for sale. The ground having u natural slot e eiibuie" perfect Drainage, and eoiiimauds mi excellent view fiom Diamond Head to the Wal nuao Mountains. CETPnrtios wishing- to inspect the piemUes can do so by application to the iiuotionecrs. E. 1 ADAMS & CO., 78 (d Auclionceis For Snlc or Lease. riMIOSE PKKMISES SITUATED ON JL Punulinu Slieet called "Kaiianilo lila," thu propel ty of C. II Juild, aio for sale or for lease tor a term of years. For paiticulnrs inquire of ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT. Honolulu, Dec. 13. lbSU. If 08 FOK SALE, ONE TRAM CAR AND 'MO FEET of T Ihiil", six pounds to the loot, wi'h boll mid fish-plates complete. Suitable for Watelioiin' or Plantation. Apply to HOI.L1STER & CO. 1 fiCS If FOR SALE ONE LAHGE I OP. corner Pensacola and Lunnlilo Ms , which can be divided Into two or moie building lots, Enquiioof G. WEST, lo.Tl Of West, Dow & Co. FOR SALE. s WITH. I II. IIACKFELD & Co. 1420 tf P. O. Box 297. & CO. itails ! tee der&aBl!jS S' Boltles Skinner's Mung) llclUli, long ited uilllles, ' Mayoiinaisu Siuee, " Callsroo' Jelly, " French Olives, Handsome Vrso- Chini Soy, " " Solio Sauce, Bottles Mii-lioom Ct'Mip, " f'herilcs in Syiup, " Pears " " " Black CurrantH in Sviup, " Candied Lemon Peel, ' Cry.itnlllz'd Fruit', " Tin Key Fig-, 1-lb tins Curried l.(,bjtrw, " Sewed Eil, y, lb tins Fillets of Soles, Eaillieii Jain Ploatei Pasty, Small Jm a dipt. Whilo's Mullagatawiiy Pitt to, Bottlo- Ground t-'pluci, Pint Bonles Mall Vinegar, 2IbB ttlo Fieneh Pruuis, Pint Hoiilj .Morilserrnt Lime Juice, 2-11) tin Gravy Son , " Cio-sy Seup, " Palestine Soup, " llaioSmip. " Ox Clioek Soup, " llolehpoteh Soup, " Vuiiison Sou), Tins Oxford S innigu, Bottle Pickled Red Cabbage, Col I a nil Ox Tongues, BottliH Liu & I'eirln's Genuine Worees- lersblru S me , Bottles Bengal ( lub Chutney, " FieiichTniillts, Tins Whole Roast Pnmidgns, '' " ' Pheiininls, " Preserved Miishiooins, " licet Man nv Fat, Itj.lb tins Aru wrool, Tins Real Vtiiinoulh llloateis, ' Fieiich iMiishioiims, Phillipu ii Cuiuud's Petit Pols, 1.1b tlus Parsnips, 1 lb tlus Turnips, " Fic-.li Tiipe, ' Alamodo Ueef, ' Boiled Mutton, " llniluot Mutton, " Call-head, ditto Roust. Mutton, " Boiled Beef; " Boiled " Cocoa and milk, Chocolate aud Milk, Es'i'iieo Coffee, Pa i nt Gio.us, Van Houton's Cocoa, . & J.lb tins, At & Yi l' lil,s Ciieoailua, Lib tins Peail Sago, " Ground Itlee, '! (Jimbildge Siusaetj, Day & Martin's Liquid Shoo Blacking, Bell Tel. Hi!. Mutunl Tol, Ore. Ilov l!07. P.O !5 Campbell Block, Morchant St., leal Estate Agents, Etc., Oder the following: Office lo Lot. Private office, handsomely lilted, water convenience, elc. Part of J. E. Brown is Co.'s pionilsos, Mer chant Sttcetj with desk room outside for a clerk. Suitable for a nutavy or u lawyer Rent, with olllce furniture, $1-! per mouth. Warded lo Purchaso or Lccse. A Collage, G or (I looms, in mn heallhv loca'i y, within eiiiy ill-tnnec of t iwn. Near Emilia Siruet piefcried. To Renl.-A Coltaj on Llllha Si., with balcony up slnlir, 4 ninnia. To llonl-A fi-rpom Coltnge, corner Iillllia mid School sU.l In cxcdlint orderj good l eallty; Rent 20 month. To llcal-Sinill Cottiiye on Llliha slrjet, near School tf, reli- $12, floonu lo Ren! Farnlshee! in tho beat lo nlltics. Rooms to llcnt. Four very hamboinclv fitiiiLlicd rooms in la rue bomu: well situated mi iwittnuu Avenue Kent $15 ii month each. To Lei. The house aud grounds sltuaKd In Nuiiauu Avenue, iccc-iiily occupied by A. J. Camvilghf, Jr , Esq. To Let. A n.roomud Cettagc, with Car. liige lloi.se unit OiiUioiim:', Niiuanii Avenue, neir Ijuveinniaiit reervolr, iibovc lite (Jiuen Dowager Emma's place, uith iiliout 2 acres of land 2' milci fiom tiu. Kent sit) per month, To Lcl. A G-ioomed Cottage, with kitchen nltachcd ; uppur end oT Niiuanu Avenue, opposite " Valley .Hoino," hi e(-flleiit older. Bath and water con eiil necs. Rent SIS. To Let. Shop window with -pace behind, in (iIIici-h (cciipled by J. E. Urown is Co. Siiltablu ftr Ji-wolct's fhop or Notary's ollhe. Rent eiy medciatc. Houso and Lot lor Sale. Very desirable lexldeiiLO on Beielmiln Stieet. The Ii'iu-o contains 1 Bedrooms, Pailor, Dinlug.ioom, Pantry, Kitehen and lia broom. Mosquito proof. Houo niW and well built. Lot Kin by lfiO feet with privilege if buying next lot. Will be sold cheap. For Sale orRont A eh inning re.sideiii e on Kinau street, containing 2 bed riu ins, parlor, (lining loom, kitelii n balli, Ac. Garden 1 out and back; in riage house, statics mill seiuint's (put tuts dctiiclied. For Salo or Leaso -With imtueiliatc pos-ses-ion, thai vuluiililu cstutu known as the NUUANU VALLEY RANCH, sitmiKil in the Nuiiauu Valley, 2J miles 1 1 oui thu city, and undoubtedly tlio most cllgiblu't-ltu for a milk or milk n nd buttei dairy In thislvliigdom 'I ho above splendid pro eny may be hud on easy teams. For Loaso 'I ho lo-idenoe and pasturu lands at Pauoa Vnlhy, ceenpiid by Mrs Long. A iplendid propeity. Wanted to Rent. A Cottage, containing lour or live looms. Mus' be m good lotaiiy, mil within tut o.- fifteen lii'inucs' walk of Post Olllec. For Sale 1 Open Sid--Bjr Buggy, cheap. For Sale Cheap. 1 Squaio Piano, 7 On. taves, in good enter. 1 Upiight Piano, 7j Ce'.aves, in good order. Employment Department. Wanted. A icpeetiblo woman as cook and to ns-i'-t in a private fami y. A comloi table h mie for suitiLle poison. Wanted R "peca1 le outh to assist in a on iiiess tst ibllaliinenl In llu i-it.v, and muk'i liiin-ell generally ii-efu'l; VMiuld ivbllo with the fimlly; wage-. wiili bond and lodging, 15 a mouth Wanted. A lepcetili'c Euglbli or Gir mini Gill lo assist in a small l'nmily. Situation Wanted By a u;mbl man, tlioiough'y underrtnnds the caic of l.o fes. Good driver, if icquiied; marrieil; w i c otd houstkeeper and co k. Situation Wanled By a steady man, as cuaciiman, or cliarge of stu tiles; higli- ly iioonuneudcd. Well acquainted wiih cliy. Situation Wantod By steady man; mni- u'ed. Lmleraianils the earn of stock; G or d driver. Wile goed seunslress. Custom House Brokers, Monoy Brokers, Books kept & written up, Accounts collected, Conveyancing, Property managed , for abssnteea. 28 Merchant Street. (II Furnished Cottage for Rent. rpiIE COTTAGE ON BEHETANIA JL stjtel, uiw ociupieil by Z. K. .Mi eis, will lu leniid lorashoii lime to a desirablu tenant at n low nile. En quiro al J 11 Mipei'h Stiitioneiy Stoie, Muiuhaiit Sue-el, 03 lw COTTAGE TO LET. ,.'2X& A COITAGE ON BKRE hiirfin3 laui i Street, i.djoiulng the Brif, -raam resideneit of Mis. Morgan. Cotingo contains fi rooms with kitchen. Etc. Apply to E.P.ADAMS it CO. l'70if TO LET, rpilE well known 4ll Corner JL I'reilliHC'M. Apply at thu BhA- VER fcAi.OuN im tt FOlt LEASE OR SALE. rniiE house and lot at aval X l.ikl, at piisent lacupled by G. 1). Fieetli. Apiily at clllceot F1UET1I it PEACOOIC, 1GI2 if 23 Nuiiauu stiect. S0,000 TO LOAN! rpiIE uudersignid havo Sixty Thous. X mi I pollai.s to lo in, hi sums 'of not less than one. lliiiusa'iid dollais upon Biiisfnriloiy seciuliy. SMITH, TIIUItSTON & KIN'NEY, IWIitf 00 Fort Street, Honolulu. i i i . . i . i i IIOKSE CLIPPING. rpiIE SAYLOR BROTIIEIIS, II. B i null llliuni, havo lu'cly leculved n newly deflsmd and Improved Iioisj e'lippjiicr miieliinu, mid mo m w rcrmrcd to do clipping at the Pimtliion Slftbles. oaiw CHAS. T. GULICK, NOTARY PUBLIC. KEAL ESTATE BROKER, GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT, IIiinltM wi-ltlcn mi, AccountM nnil' ttenlM Collcclcd. Emplnyinrnt mid Shipping Accney. Labor Contract Blanks and Revenue Stumps iilwtiys on hand. Copying and translating in all laugunges tu-id in this Kingdom. Oulm from the other Is IniuU will iceehc piunipt attention. Wanted An active, Milling lid of 10 to ISytarsof age, can llml a home with filr Mige- niid an upnoiiiiuiiy of le r lug a ('cod tr.ide. lUifciui tes as lo elia i.uur mid ante 'Clients U be lequlral Vanltd-A Situation By a Sugir Holler of live gears' c.p rleni o in this coun try, lieht of lenivncts it nquiied. Wanted Situation. Uy an old nsldcnt who. is fnm.liar with the Hawaiian linguage. Also, undor.-tuiids plmta lion viork. Will keep books ami at. lend lo the gencial ilelalls of htlnuss. Employineiit in the eily preftrud. Wantod Situations. By three llrU.ulass I!c(ik-keiiui.s ai.d dflleo men who can give the best of lviciencis. Will not object to employment lu thcl' capacity on plantations, Wanted Situation. As a Luna on a plnn tat ion by a mun who has had foveral yens cxpciienco lu this countiy in till J linn. Wanted Employment by competent stculy, hustle, sS ho will make tliim si Ives useful In taking cure of door jnidsii d gardens, and In other light work required by pilvalc family. Wanted. A Situation 'ly a competent practical Engineer, who has had many years' u.spei Ici.cn, mid 'can glvo the best of rifeienci s. Employment on n plantation pivfoiicd. Also, by a llrst-eliss Horseshoer; would like a jtib on n- plantation where ho could do geneinl rejiair werk. To LetOne Cottage suitable for a small family. Conveniently located within u mile of ihu Post Olllce. To Let One Cottigo near the above mintlciied. Large yaid and stable iiecoininoi'iitiotis for several horsis. To Let A Collage suitable for a small family, (onv niently slluated in Ka walnh io; has a liatlirnnni and kitchen aituclied and paitly fuuiUlicd. Mod. cr.ito lent. A r.uo ch nice. Wanted. A Cottage wi'liin live lniiilitej walk of the Pot Ofli -ct suitably ap pointed for the accommodation of a small family. For Lcaso Cottigo suitable for a small fimlly, 5 rooms; kitchen attached. Suible accommodations if desiied. A be.uiiilul location ubout three miles up the vulley load. For Lcaso. Cottage sui'ablu for small family, -I iooiii; and one nltaclied whli'J loom". Can inge shed. About. 2 miles up the uilley load. These cottages nll'md tare opportuni ths In invalids und otlurs who deire to enjoy the lieucllt of the pure mountain air mid climate of Nuu'inu Valley, nta modeiatc elevation; and, in fact, would piovu nperfics taiiitiiiiiini within easy reacli ol ibe ImsiliUiS pait of town. For Lease. 10 Acres of Land, 2J miles fiom Mossiniui's coiner 15 acres of which is suiiablo for either Rice ir Tin o, and has, la on under cultivation for the laH o year. All buildings nceiKsiuy for a Hit-class little much now on the premise . For Salo 2 a'-ies or Choice Turn Land, iI uuie nuir the Ins me Asjlum. Valuablo Properties for Sale 2 Acies of Land, sph mildly bituaicd in Makiki lor homesteads. 1 Acte in Makiki, on Beietania stieet, Hue building; the. !? Acres v Itli 4.rooiu Cottage, on Llliha street, A taiu i hauce. Full particulars given tion at upon applica- No. 38 Merchant Stroct, Honolulu. Lately occupied by Mesrs. Smith & Tliurstoi). 08 IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE Hawaiian Ulainlt. IX AI3IlltAI.Ty. Thomas II. Pathuison, ) Tin: Baiik Kai.ai.aiia. ) Whereas, In ceitnlu liroeecdlngH In Admiralty, biought by Thomas II. Put. ti.'1'fon, against the "Birk Kal.ikaua," a dicree and older of ndu was nndu by thu Hon. Edwaul Pnston, Justice of tho Siiiiime Court, dated: lu imrMianeu ol bald deereo I am diiecled and coinmiinded by thu said Honorable Edwaid Preston, Justice of the Supreme Court, to soil .-aid bark Kalaliaun, her boats, tackle, apparel and luruiiiiiuai put lie auction: Tliuiulorc, notire is hereby given that the said buk Kihikaiia, Lor boats, liiekle, appirel m,d funiituru will bo Mild at public auction to tho highest bidder on Saturday, April 9th, 1887, wliei" she now Mauds at her moorings lu tlio Micam in ihu port of Honolulu. Tl.il MS CASH. Deeds at expense of piucliafccis. JOHN LOTA KAULUKOU, ,, , , ,. Marshal. Honolulu, Muich 2U, 1887. ii2td MAKE EOIl SALE. A MARK, BROKEN TO bill ness, quiet and gcu. tie, tiyeaisold, sired by Iivin Dals. A reason. ablu pi Ice askid. An- ply to J. W, MAC DONALD Ulww.l.7 bbop, Fort alrcet. ' unB Billiard Tables for Sale 1 Carom Tablo : tlo, .lx(J; 1 Tool 'labli'; M.e.J'x'i. Both new and of the best make. In, qulio ol .1.1 BOWEN, tl lw Keys'ona Haloon, I orl St, JOB PRINTING ct all kinds cxe, cuted at the D.mi.v Bui.lutin Ofllco Marshal's Notice ol Sale. m . ( ?? 1 .m&M :jylgita'iMi,&Mr. s .. MdMlMijMmAiSiakMMM V 'ikkti&XzJiuz. ' -(. T'