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But estaUltbod for the benefit of all.
TUESDAY. APRIL 12. 1887.
CANT "CATCH ON."
It has turned out, just exactly as we
expected ; for did we not say in the
first paragraph of our leading article
in yesterday's issue, in reference to
our contemporaries, that it was
pretty certain they would not agree
entirely with our utterances? The
Advertiser has entered its dissent.
That is all right. Our usually clear
sighted contcnipoiary seems a little
befogged, and unable to " catch on."
The next time we essay to sketch a
horse, we shall have to write under
neath, "this is ahorse!"
AUSTRALIAN AND HAWAIIAN
A good many years ago, a gentle
man who found pleasure and pastime
in researches that did not interest most
people, wrote n book on Australian
leeches. However valuable ,to
naturalists, it was not "a book for
tho million." Nevertheless, it was
reviewed and variously criticised by
all the Australian literary journals.
In turning over a lot of old papers,
the other day, wo casually came
across one of these reviews. Glan
cing over it brings back to mind
some forgotten facts, and generates
a new train of thought.
The Australian leech is a voracious
blood-sucker. There is a variety of
leech quite abundant at certain sea
sons of the year in our taro patches,
although its blood-sucking capacity
seems rather small. But we have
another variety a dry land variety,
with a keen scent for the public
treasury that seems to possess, in
some respects, a striking resemblance
to the Australian kind. In fact, for
rapacity, our leech far surpasses all
kinds known in other countries. In
parliamentary literature it is called
"Government Official," technically
"sinecurist," and vulgarly and
jocosely "bummer" and "hanger
on." These curious reptiles fasten
themselves on to tho national money
chest, and beat tho best surgeon in
the world at phlebotomy. Tho
Australian variety is described as
having "ten eyes around tho lips,
with digestive economy perfect, and
characterised by the keenest vora
city, tho stomach alone occupying
two-thirds of the animal." This
agrees fully with our leech, particu
larly fiftho matter of digestion and'
tho sizo of stomach. Nothing comes
amiss but work. Tho description
continues, "This worm has no heart,
and no perceptible brains : its sense
of feeling is small : the color is dark
brown, with two stripes down tho
back." Hero again tho resemblance
is apparent. Tho senso of feeling
of the Hawaiian variety is only acute
in tho breeches pocket. As to the
stripes on the back, the brains, etc.,
we have often observed them to
have a kind of stripe down each leg,
a very hungry look, nnd a thing liko
a chimney-pot at ono end of tho body,
but which is their boots or which is
their brains no ono can readily
One method adopted for whetting
the appetite of the colonial leech,
and rendering it more voracious, is
to cut it in two w ith a pair of scis
sors, after it has been attached a
few minutes. The worm, apparently
unconscious of the operation upon
its ulterior organs, continues to feed
on witli unfailing appetite, and
never experiencing a sensation of
fulness, in fact, it is not awaro
of tho liberty taken with it until
going to bed, nnd wondering what
has become of its boots. It is to be
hoped that no curious naturalist will
attempt any philosophical experi
ments with our leeches, because, if
he cuts them in two with a pair of
scissors, the hungry creatures may
keep on sucking till doomsday such
being, it seems, one of the remark
able failings of tho leech tribe.
It has been ascertained that a
leech is able to draw about five times
its own weight in blood. Now, the
varacious worms that have fastened
their ten-eyed lips on to tho Ha
waiian treasury, vary in weight from
one hundred to two hundred and
fifty pounds, and there is no doubt
of their ability to draw five times
their weight in money if they arc
allowed to keep at it long enough.
The writer on Australian leeches
concludes by saying "they arc best
preserved in earthen jars, or in lialit
wooden boxes." Perhaps it would
be a good thing for tho country if
our dry land leeches were confined
in the same way, hermetically scaled,
and deported to Samoa !
The through mail steamers be
tween Australia and San Francisco,
calling here, generally have among
tlntir, passengers a few of the hood
lum or larrikin class, who usually
succeed in making egregious asses
of themselves during the short period
of the steamer's stay at Honolulu.
Tho passengers generally, whether
cabin or steerage, arc quiet nnd
orderly. They come ashore, nnd
make the most of their time to sec nnd
learn all they can of Honolulu and its
suburbs, and return to the steamer
laden with trinkets, curiosities, &c.
in exchange for which they leave bo
hind an equivalent in read' cash.
But in almost every shipload there
is a half dozen or so fast young
fellows, who, being away from the
restraints of home and in a country
were they appear to consider them
selves at liberty to act as they
please, let loose the reins and run
riot over tho barriers of discretion
and decorum. They come ashore
and make an offensively ostenta
tious exhibition of themselves in
barrooms, in public expresses, and
on the streets. They have open
mouths, long tongues, and loud
voices, all of which combine to
advertise the emptiness nf their
heads. At home in their own coun
try they would not dare make such
a ridiculous display, for there such
conduct would not be tolerated for
one moment, and at the manifesta
tion of the first symptoms they would
bo unceremoniously relegated to a
back seat. Hero they seem to
think the country and tho city for
the time being belongs to them, and
ignorantly imagine that because the
people are good naturcd enough to
tolerate ucli vulgar and ungentle
manly conduct, they arc the objects
of admiring observation. They
manage to get back to tho steamer
a little before the time of her depar
ture, pretty well filled up with
whiskey, with bleared eyes and
flushed faces, and bedecked with
garlands of flowers, forcibly remind
ing sano spectators of a hog wearing
a jeweled necklace. Here on the
wharf and tho deck of tho steamer,
during tho few intervening minutes
before she puts to sen, they liso to
tho very acme of concentrated and
intensified folly. In this short' space
of time, they succeed, with tho
greatest apparent case, as though
born to it, in making perfect, unmiti
gated, unblushing fools of them
selves. Tho picture is quito familiar
to those of our readers who aro in
tliu habit of going regularly to tiio
wharf to see tho steamers of!'. These
young fools' leavo behind them an
unsavory reputation, for Honolulu
pcoplo are not so blind to their folly
as tho fools ignorantly suppose.
'There n4o 10,000 polico and. 500,
000 tenant farmers in Ireland.
II. B. M. S. Caroline made Ililo
nn unexpected visit, coming in on
Tuesday nnd departing for Honolulu
on Thursday. By invention of the
olllcers a number of Indies and gen
tlemen of Hllo went on board on
Wednesday. An inspection of her
guns left no doubt that she is meant
for business, notwithstanding the
fact that she Is a wooden vessel.
The monthly social of the ladies
sewing society was held at tho resi
dence of Mrs. S. L. Austin last
Tuesday evening. The large at
tendance showed that people had
confidence that they would bo well
entertained, and the event proved
their confidence well founded. Hllo
is a musical place, and music docs n
great deal to make such occasions
Ililo is to have street lamps! It
almost takes our breath away.
Since tho receipt of tho Humxtin
of Apiil 1, volcano lies have been at
a discount. It is to be hoped that
the men who sco lava flows all
around the top of Mauna Loa and
lakes of lava at Kilauca will now
fold their tents liko the Arabs and
silently steal away.
There seems to be a prospect of
wished for rain this morning. Our
streets have been hot and dusty for
some time past.
Ililo, April 8, 1887.
Itov. J. M. Silver, late of Eng
land, has been visiting our island
for a few days, lie is the guest of
Dr. Walters. Last Sunday, services
were held in Mrs. Kiee's chapel, in
Lihtic, and thcro was a fair attend
ance. Mr. Silver preached a very
fine sermon. On Sunday evening,
tho same gentleman expounded the
first chapter of Gcncses to the Japa
nese, Mr. Tukushima, tho Japanese
Commissioner, acting as interpreter.
Over thirty Japanese were present.
Last night the lcvcrcncd gentleman
officiated in Kapaa.
There was a very large attendance
at the German Lutheran Church last
Sunday, it being the farewell ad
dress of the pastor, Mr. Ilichtcr.
Confirmation services were also held,
and, taken altogether, it was a
Mr. C. M. White, of Kapaa, has
been suffering from malaria for
some timo past, owing to the un
healthy situation of his house.
Tho Misses Nellie and May
Watcrhouse, aud tho Misses Corn
well and Widdcfield, came to Lihue
on the Mikahala this week. The
two former are visiting Mrs. Rice,
and the latter nre with Mrs. Kopkc.
Mr. W. T. Lucas, of Lihue
School, leaves to-day for Honolulu,
en route for California and the East.
Kauai, April 8, 1887.
SUPREME COURT-APRIL TERM,
IX HANCO UlIKOlIi: TUB rui.i. COUItT.
Satuiiiuy, April 9th.
Tho King vs. Young Tang, opium
unlawfully in possession. Appeal
from tho Police Court. Aigued, and
decision reserved. Hon. Paul Neu
mann for tho Crown, Mr. John T.
Dare for the appellant.
JL'SHCi: M'CUI.I.Y, l'ltr.SIDING.
Monday, Apiil 11th.
Mr. John T. Dare for the defend
ants in the cases of Michicls
Hartford Insurance Co. ; Michicls
vs. Commercial Insurance Company,
ami Michicls vs. South British In
surance Company, filed nn affidavit
asking for a continuance of the
cases until Monday, April 18th, on
the grounds that an important wit
ness was required from Maui. The
Court granted the request, aud the
case will conic up on the 18th before
a foreign jury. Neumann, Whiting
and Creighton for plaintiff, Dare
and Dole for defendants.
Bice vs. Comwcll, assumpsit.
Tried before a foreign jury, who
render a unanimous verdict for
plaintiff. Kinney and Peterson for
plaintiff, Paul Neumann for defend
ant. at ciiamukiis nevoid: judij, c. J.
In ro estate Kealoha (k). Peti
tion for leavo to sell real estate.
Continued from April 4, 1887.
Heard and decision reserved. Mr.
W. A. Kinney for petitioner.
In equity, O. W. Ashford vs. W.
S. Luce. Bill of complaint of ob
struction of passngo of light and air
through a window in office of plain
tiff. Argument on demurrer heard
and decision reserved. Tho plain
tiff in person, W. A. Whiting
iiKroiti: mil jiistici: Titus-rax.'
In probate, estato of Kahanaau
wal. Petition of Henry Smith,
guardian of Knmanao and Kapono
okalani. Ordered that tho guardian
have leave to mortgngo certain real
estate for payment of indebtedness
of tho estate.
In ro Imnki uptcy of Jacob Lyons.
Claim by Hawaiian Lodge No. 21,
F. '& A. M., for rent. Continued
by consent until Wednesday next at
1 1'. st. J. M. Monsarrat for peti
tioner, W. 0. Parke, assignee, for
In admiralty, Thos. II. Patterson
vs, bark Kalakaua. Libel of inter
vention of Herman Thyne, tho
steward, for 8127.(55 net. Heard
and claim ordered to stand over.
fW. A. Kinnoy for Thyno, V. M.
Hatch for vessel and ouuois.
"F YOU FINDANYTHING,
. udvertlso It in tho Daily Bulletin
HARBEAS CORPUS CASE.
Tllf. OPIUM ACT OF 1880 IN QUKS-HON.
In the Supremo Court yesterday
tho full Court in banco gave an oral
decision in tho matter of Manuel
Brito, petition for writ of habeas
corpus. Tho writ set forth that on
the lCth of March last he had been
illegally convicted, under section 4
of tho Opium Act of 1880, of hav
ing opium in possession contrary to
law ; that he had been sentenced to
two years' imprisonment at hard
labor and a fine of 81,000, and now
prayed for his release.
The petition was argued on March
2'Jlh, and tho decision reserved.
Tho following is tho decision as
given by tho Couit yesterday j
Tho judgment of the Court is that
no sufficient causo is shown by
which the petitioner can be held,
and accordingly his discharge is
ordered. Opinion will be filed
A. F. Judd.
BlCIIAUl) F. BlCICKItTON.
A LADY, WITH CHILDREN, IS
leaving for the Coatt by ihe ncM
trip of tho Australia, U desirous of meet,
lug with some peruon who would net as
mute during tho vojagc. Will pay
all cxpensss to 8'in Francisco. Addrcis
"NURSE," this olllcv. OSUi
MRS. K. M.OLIPHANT,
1JL XmlU-h Wurn,
lias removed to No. 3 Wellington 1'iiicc,
School Street, tho lcsldeiicu of Mr. A.
Cockbitrn, opposite O. Afong, Esq.
X II I
Will perfoini in n TENT
Behind the Shooting Gallery,
Thursday, Friday & Saturday Nights.
07 til W. II. AI.DRIC1I, Manager.
DURING MY AUSENCE FROM
this Kingdom, .Mr. V. F. Allen
will net for me under full powi'r of at
torney. And my brother. A. Wills, will
uirry on my business at ihe storn at Pa
hull. TO. WILLS
Pnliuln, April 0, 18S7. 07 I w
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM
the Kingdom Mr. Z. K. Myers will
have full clmigc of my business.
Ho lolulu April II lbS7 07 lw
rpiIK INTRUEST OP JA5IE.S R.
JL CASTLE in tliu firm of GV-tlo&
Cooko ceased on the first i list. All
.liabilities of tliu concern me ui-sumed
by ihu icnialnlng pnrlneis.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Honolulu, April tl, 18S7. OtoodGt
MY BROTHER, W. It. CASTLE,
holds my full power of attorney,
nnd will act for mo in all mailers of
business dining my nlisenco fiom the
Kingdom. .1. B. CASTLE.
Honolulu, Apiil C, 1887. 01 cod (It
BY A RESPECTABLE MAN AND
wife., witlio it incumbrance, a bitu
utlon. Man, good driver and nitcndh
lior.sei-, gtrdcu, cic. Wife, us general
housework. Apply by letter, Post Olllco
llox 475 0. fit
JAPANESE NURSE GIRL TO
look uftcr ono child. Apply to
07 J. E. BROWN & CO.
A FURNISHED COTTAGE AT
Wiilkikl; beautiful shade, trees,
and lino eca-ballilng. Apply to
100 2w K. S.OUNllA.
GHAS. J. FISHEL'S
JOB PRINTING of nil Muds exe
cuted nt tho Daily Boixctih Olllco
General Business Agency.
Skilled anil Unskilled Ubor Furnished.
There urn now rigiaicto 1 nt 'ho Agen.
ey, Book-keepers, jJnfilitccr-, l'ln.tiU'ui
Lutia, Curni liter, HotlniH, ('ouk,
Boys, etc , who nro scektr g employ moiit,
and many of whom can fun.Uli I no best
of iofi.renro.i if'ittiuliul.
Valuable Real Estate In desirable
lots for wilo or lenso Convcjiuut Cot
tage to let on favorable terms.
For Sale. A rare rlianeo for a Ranch
nun of small cnpltal is now ollcrcd
forrii'li. All tliu appurtenances of a
thrifty, ptollliililu r.uicli, Lome?,
eiiUli, mules, liogg, thcip tools, etc.,
ete., nccen'siry for Iniimdlutu- work,
nro on tliu pretnlsis. Schedule nnd
full pniticul.irs given on application
to the Agency. "
To Let. A lonvcnlenHy located 4 room
Coitngcwllh bith-rorm mid kitchen,
servant's pinrtum, stublu and ctirlngo
Bhcdj water laid on; about of a
mllo fiom llio Post OH cu on tho Pii.
lninirrad. Tho premises linvo lately
bien put in thorough rip ilr and newly
Tho Old Corner (Hollo's) for Sato on nn
boimliln terms. A line chance for in.
A Lodging Establishmonl conveniently lo.
cntid, paying hamUomclY, to bo had
tit a hargniu.
Pull pniticulnri given upon applica
tion at the Agency,
No. 30 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Hull lYIcnlinuc !UN. I. O. Box -i 15.
The STEAMER KINAUwIU make
nn excursion tj tint Volume, on
Monfey, April 18th.
Early applications foi tickets should
be in ido 10 Office of
WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
J. Williams' Photographic Gallery,
00 7t FORT STRKET
BOOTS & SHOES!
llegi to inlbiiii Ihe public, licit In: lus
ju-i li'tiiincd lroni Sin 1' inuch , wlieio
liu m.'Ii etui an
Elegant Stock of Soots & Shoes
Ladle' Fine French Kid Shoe,
Men'.s Fine Boots mill Shocf.,
( hlldn n'.i Elegant Shoe?,
nnd a flue lot of
lXl'AXTH' HirOXiflll MI,!I'I'i:itN.
at :o. 1:1 Niiuiimt Mtrcct. lm
Ragnage Express, 96.
Stimd; Cor. Fnrt
f r?f-S5SVaW . an I Klmr Sts,, in
isr-ffyVv. -,y.;y-s-5 fmm, of il.uiiiiur'.s
Harney .-hop. All expin-s'ige prompt
II j on want a nice wlilll". get t-omo of
5-CENT "YOUNG AMERICA,"
01 lw Juat arilNod.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Scorched, Ablrnct of Title
Fuinisliid, nnd Coiummiich
Drawn on slim I noiicc.
Jn., Auiliorlcil Collector.
Employment Agency. Mn. F. MARCOS,
General DuslnoS3 Agency. No. US Mei
Hell Tclcphouo .'MM. I. O.ltox4in.
NICE FURNISHED FRONT
loom nt No. -I Oardcn Lini'.Ol lw
A lih PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS
r of nny kind I'giln't the iiiidoinlirii
cd. nro beieby untitled lo prcfciu the
suiic, propei ly nlli"ted, to. Gen. S,
Houuiititiliiig hi tiio "11 1 Homo" Hiilocn,
on Hotel Htieet, Hono ulii, within fiix
(1 ijw fiom this Dili ihy of April, 1687, or
they will be foroor bnrred.
G. W. HQUGHTAILIXG.
Honolulu, Apiil f). 1SS7. C0U (It.
A QUARTERLY' DIVIDEND OF
'llncu Dfllnrs per sham will bo
piid llio Bloukl.o'din of Dm Wililcr'ft
Stcnmulilp Co., on FRIDAY, Apiil loth,
1687, at the olllco of thn Company.
S. 1). ROSE.tWtniy.
Honolulu, Apiil f, ltS7 0 lit
30(),()()O TO LOAN!
npilE undcitdcnnl liavo Slty Tlioui.
L and Dollar lo loan, In Hums of-imt
Ichfi than ono thousand ilcllius upon
SMITH, THURSTON Jb KIN'NEY,
IfillUf UJFjilStuct, Honolulu.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X ndvcitlso in tho Daily Buur.iix,
LC J"-: TZTT TT T.- - rt-.rrST . t 7-TT CTT.
Roll Tel. 172.
O. Box i,07f
Campbell Bloclf, Merchant St..
Houl Estate Apjiits, Bit.,
Offer the f.l.r wing:
Ofi'lco lo Lol.i'rhntu oflkc, li.iiulhfinely
lilted, water cr.nvenliuico-, etc. I'nit
of J.E. UrowiuV t.o.'s piomlics.Mi'r.
clmiit Street; with desk room ouIhIiIo
for ii ulctlc. Suitable for n notary cr
n lawyer Rent, with olllco furniture,
$U per month.
To Rent. A CottriRo on Lililin St., with
balcony up stain), 4 monm. Keecntlv
To Rent A doom Cottage, coiner 1,1111m
nnd School tis.l In uxiilUnt order;
good 1 oolllj ; Rent Qi!0 month.
Rooms lo Rent I'm niglm) m the Lest
Rooms lo Rent. Four very liamhotnclv
fiilliUlild looun in lingo lioiuo; well
8lluiiioil on Is, ituatiti Avenue. Rent
10 a mouth each.
To Lot. Cottage nt Wnlklkl, this Mdc of
Long llildgu. Contains 0 good roonip,
bath, kitebun, stnbles, carriage house,
elects Ro tgHO. Will Lo vacant
on 10th of pivsiia nimiih.
To Let. l'lio lioiisu und gioiindiMlunUd
In Ntiuanu Amuiiic, lecenilv occupied
by A.. I. Cartwilghl, Jr., 5scj. Runt
(.rj moderate. "
To Let. A doomed d tinge, with Car
iligu House nnd Out hoiioo, Nuuiinii
Avenue, neir Govuiuinsnt reservoir,
iibuvo litu Queen Dowager Kmmu's
plarc, with hboul li ncre.H of laud 2.
milei from town. Rent $10 pur month.
To Lot. A doomed Cottage, with kitchen
ntlnelad; upper end of Niiunnu
Axon ue, oppo-ito "Valley Homo," in
o-.eclluiit older. I'uih and water con
voiil nci". Rent 8 If.
To Let. Shop Mindow with p ice behind,
in oil oi's cc ipled by J. K. firnwn &
'o. Suitable lor .Iiwclcr'a ihop or
Notuiy's oliko. Rent eiy nil derate.
House and Lot lor Sale Very desirable
iciileneu on Hcicliiiia Street. Tlie
hoii'o contains ! Bedroom, Parlor,
Llning.ioom. l'mitn, Kitchen nnd
Ha. broom. MtMpiito proof. lIoiie
new tti.it well built.
Lot 10(1 by ICO feet with pihilcpo rf
buying ncM lot. J7 be sold cheap.
For Salo A cliHim'ng lenideiiic
on Kiiinii fttiect, containing 'J bed
inrms, parlor, dining loom, kitclu n
bath, Ac. Gulden f out nnd hick;
laiiiago house, sialics and sonant's
ror Sale A busimsi (restaurant ) In
culler of city. Owner Irnving on uc
count of ill ncalth. A b lndid chance
for (in"gi!(j man. lor pnrticiilnis
apply to .f B. Biouu A; Co.
For Sale or Loaso -Willi iinuiclinto pos-tet-lon.
that vnlu'i'ilo ("tine known at
the NUUANU VALLBY RANCH,
blliintid in Ihu Xiumou Valley. iy,
mile fiom llio city, anil undoubtedly
thn imi't tllgibiu t-ltu for a milk or
milk in d litiPci f a i i In thit Kingdom.
Thn al ove iplendld proeny moy be
hnd on caiy terms.
Wanted lo Rent. A Cottage, containing
four or live rooms. Mrs, bo in good
lo a'lty, i.ik1 within tin or lificcn
iniiiutcV walk of Fiht Olllee.
Sllintiona wanted by
And o'licr clasc of help.
Custom Houso Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
a8 Merchant; Street.
At Iho lowest figure, of tho finest qua'
AVurrnnlcd gcniiino, mndj of the puro
gjuieu only and giinranted to stond
Will not doteiliirnti in quality for any
nuinber of yuiri. Lnrgo ipiaullties ex.
ported owiy jciu, by boino ot llio larg
est coinmiiolil tlrm af this oily, todit
ferenl pints of llio United S'at03 and
tho Get man Bin ire.
, MANUrACl'UltEU at Tun
Pioneer SteannCandy Factory
J3h1u111hIiui1 III 18(111.
Hotel, bet. A'uiiaiiii unit 1'oi't
Roth Tilephoucs No. 71.
fRS- NICOLL begs lo inform tho
i-'JL frl( nils nod pitroiH ol tiio Fancy
Depiirtmeut ( f Miv. Tuo, IickM ftoie,
tint the nasoii the luoinised sale ol
Inrcy wod; did not talioplnco Inst But
uiditv, was o;t account ol puss of work.
Hopoto bo icndy witli a lUt of pietty
ami useful article by tho Invt Saturday
in May. J
Wo also w hh lo Inform on that Mii-s
Ritchie, recditly front ihol'ibt.fciin-eeds
MbH W'utistur in ohaigo if thu Fancy
Mhs Kltibio has served her tlmo nt
fmcy woik, mid H niasierof her Hade,
will give k'SFons in nil tl.o li.tust siylffR
pf nuw stllohiMind now Idem, piomls.
In to glvu Kiilsiwiiou to nil. 1'leiuo
glvu us n in 1.
T id art it Makln? I'apor Flower and
lnv Woik U uddul to our list of fancy,
work, in which lemons, will bo given.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X ndvertlsojn iho Daily Uui.i.i.tin.
i. E, BROWN & CO.,
FK HAST t'j::AKL',EfjI'r,
fin. I lino 1 flcil HciU'dliiu
Of tlioUc'MiiloWiemii-lilpCmnpMiv will
be (luu in Honolulu liom Sjdii'uy
nn I AuoMiiid on i about
y 6th, 1 88',
And will leave for the iibovo poit with
limits nnd passcngeiH mi or about that
Mir fio'ght or pns'aci, hnving SU.
FKRlOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IRVIII ft CO., Affsiits.
nnd lino Al etccl steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Compiny, will
be due at Honolulu from Sin
Frnncisco on or about
April 16th, 1887,
And will li-ivc piompt di p-iteli with
miiil-iiiud pnfsengeiH lor tlicahovo port'.
For irclglit or piu-fngi, Imvlng tjU
1'ERlOK ACCOMAlOOATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRVIN & CO., Afjents.
Ctninge3 at all Iioiiih, dny nnd nights
Saddle Uortc, lliig,'ieH, Wn'goudtes and
Villugo Ciris wlin stylish and goutle.
liorses to let.
A fiw Hoi se', giiniuntred. Second
h'inil llncKs, Open and Toil Buggies.
Cults and Hai ness.
PRICES TO SUITTHE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 112, or apply v
MILKS & MAYLKY.
Pacific Carriage Go.
Telephone 419, both Companies.
OFFICE AND CARRIAGE STAND:
Coi-noi" Queen & ITort St.
In inis Compiny
nro ownid by
who will en.
denor to do
tlieir I'tst lu
sati-fy their pa
trons by civility
C. Buchanan, 120.:
W. Moore, 200.
N. Polorson, - 201.
G. Dakcr, CO. :
: J. Brown, - 193,;
! N. Doylo, - GO.:
CITY GAUGE GO.
Corncc of .'Viiuiiiiu c Hotel S( reels.
EING UP TELEPHONE 457,
Tills Cnninge Compnny has been re
ccuily nganiml, and giiar.inices to
furni h good o nveyniicc, lr-iweithy
drivers, nnd will liiuku no cMortionnie
All culU will bo piomptly attended to.
Fol (i Coiiihc ot 8 Lchmoiim,
Sufllcicut (o get tho pupil to rending and
willing Pnonography, 8.JO.
For a (Coiiiplctu Klcincntiiry
Of Twcnty-foiir Lcson, 91K.OO.
For tho Itoportin;; C'ourNV,
Amifllelentiiuiiiliprof I.o sonstomalco
the pui'll, with pronor csofilom on his
pari, a Pincticnl Jtipntter, g75. Or,
Reporting Loi-oim muy bo tnUcn in
C'(uii3P8 of Tivonly.foiir ',cV'ors, for
$1S per Course. Tlireo Coiuv-es, or
boventj.two Lcbsoiis, will gencially Biif.
rl his instruction may l,o tnkm by mail.
For pai ticularii ciKjuiie at THIS OF
"if) I m
COTTAGES TO LET.
TIIIIKF. NKH COT TAOES, PART-'
ly fuinlhlied, and niituble for
hoijukecjiliig, nio to 1. 1 nt Wnlklkl.
Apply lo AI.LKN IIER1IHRT, or to this
FOR LEASE Oil SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAT.
X MM, in p'CM'iiUKUuplcd by O. D.
lioetli. Apply nt i lllun ol
FltKimi it PEACOOIv, ,
1512 If 2J Nuuniiii street.
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE 1 OT. con or Peneacolit
nnd Lumilllo Sts, which can bo
dlvlddi Into two or more building lots.
Furpilroof G. WEST,
10M Of West, Dow & Co.
wi wi nil bl Is ngnliiit him to bo
pre?intod m tlto lliy lloieo Saloon lm
nidi lately; 0121
ID columB. ',' per nnniim.