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TUESDAY. APRIL -20. 1887.
The decision of the Supreme Court
relative to the opiuru law of 188G,
declaring that "the mere possession
of opium is not an offence punish
able by any law now in force,"
will naturally be followed by an in
creased amount of opium smoking,
and a consequent increase of demor
alization, satire Hawaiian and
other na:io:uil::5 will probably be
more affecwd by the Court's finding
than the Chinese; for the latter
were supposed to possess the right,
subject to certain conditions, to have
and to use opium, while the former
were debarred from its possession,
and consequently its use. For this
our law makers nrc to blame, and
not our judges. The former make
the laws, and the latter administer
them. It was the plain duty of the
judges to arrive at the decision
which they gave. There was no
other course open to them. The
whole matter is so plain that the
ordinary reader, without legal train
ing or legal knowledge, cannot read
the opium law of 188G and come to
any other conclusion. If the franiers
of the law had had either the sense
or the learning to qualify them for
the duties of the position to which
they had been elected by wooden
constituencies, they could not have
made such a discreditable blunder.
Having been pitch-forked into that
position, they would have accom
plished less mischief if nature had
been kind enough to have endowed
them with just enough common
sense to accept sound advice when
It was offered them, and let alone
what was beyond the reach of their
comprehension. The opium habit
is a curse wherever it is practised,
and the tendency of advancement
everywhere is to curtail it. Here in
tho Hawaiian Islands, we take n
backward move, and adopt meas
ures to foster and encourage it.
Years ago the country had experi
enco of legalized opium, and men of
observation then saw its injurious
effect, and the same men saw the
improved condition of things under
subsequent prohibition. In spite of
this experience, the last Legislature
removed the tabu, and again opened
the floodgates of degradation and
destruction, and in the attempt to
retain somo restriction, made a
shameful mesa of the whole busi
ness. Gradually tho country is'
''beginning to feel and realize the
.evil which the press of Honolulu
over and over again pointed out as
the inevitable result of taro-patch
Another earthquake shock has
bMiix experienced in the Riviera.
A DIALOGUE AROUND THE DOCKS.
"Say, Ned, had you tho luck to
join in tho mazy waltz that tool;
placo tho other night at tho Grand
"Not I," says Ned, "I worn't thar
for two good solid reasons. Tho first
is, 1 didn't get nu invite, and tho
next is, I don't assimilate with the
Horse Marines ami tho naval pre
serves. The fact is, I don't go a cout
on dancing a hornpipe these times,
the thermometer at DO degrees and
the whole "cnboozluni" tainted with
so much red tape. I don't fool quite
so skittish us I did thirty years ago,
when 1 was n-wlinling in the OkoUch
Sea, and tho thermometer about i!0
degrees below zcio. I leave all that
kind of business to those naval ducks
who took lessons In their early days
from a French dancing master, in
stead of shinnini: ut) to the royal
mast-head with a slush pot slung.
around their neck with n rope yarn."
"Well, I tell you what it is, Ned,"
Baid his more favored companion,
"you missed a good thing. To seo
Grizzley and his partner, with Sam
(you Jknow Sam Goody-Goody, of
course), and his brunette, trying to
chassey through a quadrille, was n
sight that was good for soro eyes.
But that wom't all. Tho best of the
fun was when our nautical swells es
sayed to take a turn round the room
in the latest ransian styio to mc
tuno of Strauss' 'Blue Danube.' (Iler-
gcr was a giving it to them hot and
stiong, in order to sco what they
were mado of). Well, tho Admiral
took so many turns in to himself,
that he couldn't btroigliten up when
he stopped." A Savant, (that's one
of thoic ere fellows who attend those
kind of things lcgularly, and pre
tends to know all about it), sitting
next to mo said, "Why, bless ine,
why docs ho not take n turn lonnd
tho other way, and thereby counter
act tho cflcct of tho rotary motion
in which ho has just been indulg
ing?" Says I, "young man, you
musn't bo surprised at anything
theso days. The Admiral, as they
call him, may bo a good looking fel
low mltisownestiniution.buthe don't
know enough to got out ot his own
wav. T saw him the other day trying
to show ono of those ere Cadet boys
how to take tho turns out of a new
coil of iopc, nlongsulo tho naval dug
out, but tho result was, he got tho
coil into such a confused entangle
ment, that ho finally had to haul out
his jack-knife and cut it up in shoit
lengths. Just at this moment, Joe
came along and asked him, what he
was doing. Says tho Admiral to Joe,
with an air of indifference, knowing
that the Paymaster knew nothing
about nautical economy, says he,
"Why, don't you seo I am cutting
this rope up for reef-points for tho
"I see," says Joe, moving nlong
with a know-all-about-it kind of a
Ned chips in hero something to
to this ofl'ect : "You commenced to
spin a yarn about tho hop, and now
you arc sheering oil' on another tack
"Beg pardon," said Ned's compa
nion, "to ie8ume tho original sub
ject, let me tell you something about
the supper that followed the jig. The
whole ship's company had white kids
oiy, and the youngsters, not thinking
it worth while to take them oil' whilst
eating, proceeded to dissect a tough
old rooster that was planted between
them. Not wishing to make any
bones about it, one of them took a
hold of ono leg, and the other hold
of a wing, and toie tho bird to pieces
in grand style, adding that lingers
wcro made beforo knives and forks.
Feeling liko taking a little poi to
lubricate their throats, they inserted
their gloved digits into the poi bowl,
and felt happy. The visitors smiled,
of course, and began to wonder what
kind of society thoy were in. But
enough about tho ball and its sur
roundings, let's go back to tho ship."
By this time Ned and his chum
had reached the Pacific Mail dock,
when Ned's eaglo oye caught sight
of threo largo boats on the wharf,
partly' covered with an old sail. Says
Ned, "Why, I am blest if hero ain't
three of somebody's racing cratts.
Surely it cannot be that they aro
going to break them up."
"Break thorn up," chimed in his
friend, "not thoy indeed. That would
bo extravaganco in tho extreme.
Those boats aro going to bo put into
practical uso. That Ill-oared barge
is for tho special use of tho Admiral
when ho makes an oflicial landing at
Apia. The other ono alongside tho
barge, is to bo handed over to Ned,
tho Ambassador, for his private use,
and the smaller-ono is only to bo
used in cases of omergency."
"It's all very well," says Ned, "to
have a barge, a cutter, and a. O-oarcd
racing gig, but what's tho vendor
going to do without a boat to his
"Why, Ned, I gavo you credit for
knowing a thing or two about how
things are dono nowadays, in order
to carry out tho strictest rules of
economy in ovcry dopnitinent. Don't
you sec, you greenhorn, that tho
owner never won a raco with any of
tlioso boats, and wishing to got rid
of them, ho embraced tho opportu
nity of selling them cheap, and with
tho proceeds thereof lie can buy a
new lot of boats of tho latest im
proved model. Nothing liko eco
nomy." At this moment tho conversation
was interrupted by two or threo old
salts coming along, each one chipping
in his oar, and vouturing an opinion
on tho now rig of tho old hooker.
Says ono of them, easting his wea
ther oyo up aloft, "Jack, blow mo
tight if this isn't tho queerest look
ing hooker that over I seed; why
just look at her rig. It's neither
ship-shapo nor Bristol fashion. She's
neither bark-rigged, nor baikentino,
but tlio darn'dest specimen of a
hermaphrodite Dutch galloy-yacht.
She's probably what thoy call ono of
rarnell's Irish moii'of-war."
Ned boing ovory inch a sailor, took
tho wholo business in at a glanco,
He twigged a criss-cross kind of an
airnngenieut between the fore and
main mast that reminded him of a
see-saw puzzle. IIo ultimately solved
the mystery by discovering that tho
main brnccs led forward, instead of
ait) thero being plenty of spaco
abaft tho main mast to lead thorn
aft. This broko him all up, and
turning on his heel, and stumbling
over tho sleeping -sentinel, he and
his dancing critic were about to
leave the scene, when tho sun-down
bugle sounded, a signal to haul down
the ilags. Ned caught bight of tho
admiral's pennant, or as it is com
monly called "the whip." Says
Ned, "by thunder that's is a whip
and no mistake. It has got enough
bunting in it for half a dozen whips.
But I suppose it's nil right, mo
nucleus of the navy must have some
distinguishing feature about her, or
she might bo mistaken lor n nslnng
boat. By tho way, when they were
hauling 'down tho ensign, I caught
sight of a pair of canvas pants sus
pended from the outer end of tho
spanker boom. This struck me as
hardly being according to "Cocker,"
and would not bo considered tho
O. K. thing aboard an American
or a British man-of-war, still when I
reilected for a moment, my views
were somewhat modilled, remember
ing that Misletoe, in the postscript
of his letter of advice, had asked for
two or three pairs of pantaloons to
be thrown hi with the next oillcial
visit. Probably this was one of tlio
pairs being dried beforo being stowed
Turning homewards, theso two old
barnacles, mado an appointment to
be on the wharf the day she sails,
and hike in tho wholo situation.
"S'Long Ned," said his friend, "I
must go and have a lomilomi. 1'vo
got a back-acho with taking in that
"By-by," says Ned, "I am just
going to" call on Tewks as I pass up
tho Esplanade and bee what ho has
to say about all this tomfoolery."
Pope Leo's famous collection of
laces has received an important addi
tion. Some wealthy Catholics at
Venice have presented to him a set
of lace which they have caused to bo
executed at the lace sehools of Bur
auo. The design is copied from tho
from tho famous llczzonico set which
was made for Clement XIII by the
Venetian nuns, and which now forms
nart of tlio treasure of tho hou of
Savoy, and is occasionally worn by
Queen Margaret. The schools of
Burano have threo times re-produced
tho pattern of this historic lace, one
copy being in tlio Konsington Mu
seum, ono in tlio possession of tlio
Duchess of Hamilton and tho third
in that of tho wife of W. W. Astor,
lately American Minister at Pome.
The copy destined for Leo XIII cost
.f 2-10 a yard.
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
Horses and Cattle Treated for
Residence: .'11 Alaken Street,
X. O. BOX. 4.UH. 20tf
TO THE CREDITORS OP THE
JL Estate of LEE rt 1KG KEE, all is
Mokeau, u bankrupt, of Kan, Hawaii,
'1 hat the undersigned assignee of the
estate of Lee Wing Hoe, alias Mnkeau,
a bankrupt, have propiuatory to his ilnul
account and dividend, hiibniilted Ins ac
counts as such nssigaeu und filed the
same before Hon. a. P. Jiuhl, Chief
.Justice of tho Supreme Lonit, at his
Chambers, to whom ho ill apply at 10
o'clock n. m., on '1UESDAY, the Hid
day of M ly next, for a settlement of
said accounts and for a discharge from
alt liabilities as such assignee, and for
an order to make a llnal dividend.
And that any person interested may
then and there appear an! ronfsi tlio
same. W. 0. PARKE,
Assignee Estato of Leo Wing Kcc,
Honolulu, April 20. 1837. 20 eod 4t
At 10 o'clock a. m.
I will sell at Public Auction nt tho resi.
donee of E.H. WOODWORTH, Nuuanu
Valley, on account of dcpiutuie, the
whole of his Household Furniture, con
Bedroom Sets, Mattresses, Mos
quito Nots, Rook Case, Superior It
V Dining Room Furniture, Limps,
Crockery and Glassware, Bath Tub,
etc, etc., also
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Friday, April 29th, at 10 a. m.
I will sell at Ptibllo Auction nt tlio rest
denco of E. G. WALLER, 200 King St.,
opposite the residenco of H.N. McClios
ncy, tho whole of liU Household Furni
ture, comprising in part
B. W. PARLOR SET !
Bedroom Set, Wuidrabc, ?f Red.
ftciid, Pictures, Chandeliers, bprlng
Mattrca-', Mosquito Ni U, Crockery
und Glnssuniu, Kitchen Stove utiu
Utctislli, etc., etc., also
THE LEASE OF THE HOUSE
1J4 ycais to run at n rental of $C0
per annum clear of water rates.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
10 4t Auctioneer.
Fourth Annual Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Club
To bo held at Kupiolaul Park,
June IQthand 1 1th
Official Programme of Races
First Day, June lOtli, 1887.
Itaces to commonce at 12 noon.
1 tt. Honolulu Plato, $
Running Race; ,n"o dah: for
Hawaiian bred horses; weight for
2nd.-Tlte King's Plato, $
Trotting Itacc; for Hawaiian bred
horses only; mllo heats; best two in
tin eu; to harness.
3rd. Waikapu Challenge Cup, $ added
Running Pane; ?f mile dash; open
to all; winner to beat tho record of
"Ma) D'' li20.
41h. Novelty Race,
1 mile diibh; 1st quarter $
X nillo 8
Ai mllo $
1 mile $
Open to all Hawaiian I red hortcs.
6lh. Oceanic Purso,
Trotting Pace; mile heats; best 8 in
5; to harness; open to all.
Ku lining Race; mile dash; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
Races to eomnicnco at 10:80 a in. sharp.
1st. The Queen's Plate, $
Running Pace; mile dash; open
2nd. Ifamehamoha Plato, $
Running Race; 2 mllo dash; open
3rd. Kalakaua Purse, $
Ironing Rucu; mile heats; best 2 in
3; to harness; open to all.
4th. His Majesty's Cup,
Running ltitce; fur Hawaiian bred
horsis; owned 1 y members of the
I oo key Club; 1 mile dash. Cup to
bo run for annually. Entrance $'.0.
Breodor's Plato, $
Uiinnini: Race; mile dash; for all
3 year olds.
.Reciprocity Plato, $
Ituiinii'glliCd; 9i miledash; open
Rtsita Challenge Cup, $
Running Hace; mllu dash; winner
to beiu tho record f "Angle A."
1 -Ao4 made June 12, 1830. Cup to
be run for iiiiuuatly, ami to bu held
by the uinnei until his lime is bin
ten nt a meeting of the Jockey Club.
Opru to all.
Jockey Club Post Match,
Kweepstcaks Tiotting or Pacing
Race; bust 2 in 3: free fur all hoises
who have not a recoid ot 3 mlii. or
better. To be drivin by members
of the Jockey Club. Entrance $10.
9th. Pony Raco, $
Running Rice; 1 milo dnsh;rp,n
to only Hiunilim bred horis, not
over 14 h indn, and not undtr 3 yrs.
old; catch Weill's,
All intries to elos nt 12 o'clock noon,
on June 1st 187, nt the olllco of the
Secretary, and all entrance fees to be
10 per cent, unless otherwise specified.
All tacts to be. run or trotted under the
rules ol tho Iliiuuilnn Jockey Club.
Admission 50 cents each
To Ur.itid S.iiud,xtra...50 cuts and $1
Carriages inidii of (hmrne
.2 SO each
quarter Stretch li itlgos
C, 0. SERGES, Secretary.
For use of Btans, Track, etc,, apply to
CAl'T.JNO. II. BROWN
Th s programme is subject to levision
by tho Executive Committee. Purcs
will bo announced nt nn early date.
A FIRST-CLASS TAILOR AND
Cutter by an importing house.
13 lw Adc ress.H., Bulletin Office.
AVERY FAIR CHANCE IS OF
fered to a sober and industrious
man to become a partner (in half) of n
nowly established business in Honolulu.
Small amount of capital required and
the prospects for a good and paying
business llr.-t intc. For particulars in
quire of J. MAGOON, Real Estate
Agent, Merchant street. 10 lw
A lC0.foot Top
Will bo sold cheap.
18 at W. II. ALDRICII.
STRAYED or STOLEN.
A WHITE FOX TEH.
rier slut with black ears
n 1 tall, and black snot on
. bank. Any ono found de.
" talnln!! her after this no
tice will bu pioH'cutrd,
10 at Cornor of Kort & Queen 81s.
ONWEDNFSDW NIGHT, APRIL
'Oth, from tho ilrosslmr room nt
tho Iolani Palace, a white India Ph-iwj,
Tho tinder will plcnso return same to
the Chamberlain's OMIce. 10 St
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advertise iu th Daily Uullitis,
Skilled and Umklllcd Labor Furnished.
Thorn nro now registcio I ot tho Agen
cy, Book-keepers, Engineers, P1.il tut inn
Lunas, Carpenter, Hostlers, Cooks,
Boys, etc., who urn cubing employment,
and m any of whom can furnish the best
of rolerences II' requited.
By first-class Steward (Colored) who
has hiil long ..o lenco nnd guaran.
tees tntlsfiictlou to an mployur
By a Jirst-class Cool(i oh red) ac
q aimed with nil the requirements of
n well supplied table; matried; the
wife would like to engego as u general
By a white Indy, n9 a houckocpr or
"nurse; has h nl many years experience
In both capacl ics.
Valuable Real Estn'e In desirable
lots for salo or lc.i'e Convenunt Cot
tages to let on favorable terms.
Yet another Cottago to Let or Lease for a
Term ol Years.
On Llllha street, a short distance nbove
King; tine location on n gentle slope,
having the full advantage of the valley
breezes ; toz) , i onvi-nlenl, w ell appoint
ed, large yaid An opportunity not of.
Still thoy comol Just ono more Cottago to
Let or Loaso (or a Tonn.
A two.story Cottage, situated makal
of Punaimu, two and one-half ml lea
from the Post OMcc; supplied ullh all
the conveniences of a Insurious home
Servant's quarters; stables and canlige
hoiu-c. Artesian well on tho premises
All In perfect order.
For Sale. A rare chance for a Ranch
man of small capital Is now oflered
for rash. All the appurtenances of a
thrifty, ptofllabla ranch, hoises,
cattle, mules, hogs, thei p. tools, etc.,
etc., nccestory for 1mm dlato work,
are on the premises. rJclu-dulo and
full particulars given on application
to tho Aacncy.
For Sale Leac, good will nnd furniture
of a 111 st class lodging bouse. Beau
tlful location, large )aid more than
an acre in extent lino shade trees,
large nlrv rooms, high ceilings; with,
in ilvo minutes' walk ol the I'ost Of
lice The prcmlscr are now giving
profitable returns, and would not be
oll'ercil for sain were tiol the proprie
tor compelled to leave the Kingdom
on account of ill health.
For Sale. Still another llrst.class lodg.
ing house, good.will and furniture foi
sale situate on Beretanla street;
rooms convinicui; nlway.s In demand;
a protltablc investment tor people with
Tlio ton going are chances seldom of
fered 1 1 ih Honolulu public.
To Lot That very commodious home
sleiid known us '-Piir Vi.v," onihe
(lank of Puuuhbowl Hill; full) n;
poinled in every respect; healthy air;
magnificent view; convenient locu
tion. Tills is a rare opportunity for
a private lamirr to secure u beautiful
home on moderate terms.
The Old Corner (Nolto's) (or Salo on ria
Konublc terms. Aiatc chance lor in.
A Lodging Establishment ronvcnicntly lo-cat-.'d,
pivli n hutidtomclT, to bu had
nt a la-gain.
Full particulars glvtu upon applica
tion al tho .go cy,
No. 38 Merchant Stroet, Honolulu.
Hell Tclcnliono SIN. 1. O. Hox 41S.
For Sale Cheap!
1 Very Fine Iron Grey Mare,
1 years old, well broken toharne and
to saddle; agiod roal-ternnd peifcctly
si f for a lady to drive.
One Hingis Buggy Hnrni-H.
One Open Top Hiiccy,
One Top Iluggy.
These htipglcs ire in crfect oid-r
and n- good i b niw, nnd cnu be bought
nt n great sacrifice within the next lew
days, Apply lo
18 lw i'i Meicluitii St., Honolulu
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 roiums. $J per annum.
IN TI1K NUl'KEME COURT
of the Hawaiian Iilni d-i. In the
matter of J, M. K PENA, uglmt hom
a petition for ndjuilu ation ws filed i n
thoirithdiiyof Apill, I8s7. In said Cunt.
In Uankruptcy. Before Preston, J.
The 21st dny of April, 1887.
Upon rending tho said petition, nnd
upon proof before mo taken, I do find
that the mid John M. Kupcua has he.
come a bankrupt within the true intent
ni d meaning of the Act approved on the
20th day of August, 1884. entitled "An
Act to regulate proceedings in Rank,
ruptcy in the Hawaiian Islands."
And I do hereby dcclnro and adjudge
him a bnnk'iipt accordingly.
And I do further order that the credi
tors of tlio Biid bankrupt come in and
and piovc their debts bctoro such Jus.
tice. of the Supremo Court ns shall bo
sitting in Chamber at Aliiolanl Bale,
Honolulu, on FRIDAY the. SOth day of
April, 1887, Ictween tho hours of ten
o'clock in lite forenoon and noon of the
Hiid day, and elect one or more assignee
or lusignccs of tliasald bankrupt eUatc.
And that notice then of l published
ill the Dm, v Miii.M'.TIN, Hawaiian Ga
zette and Ktiokoa, nuwi-p.ipcis published
in Honolulu, id tho English and Ha
And that the said bankrupt shall lm
mediately lib) with tlio Clerk of this
Honornblo Comt a FClieilulo of hl-t cred
itors and assets, as required by the tald
Jiutio" of the Sunicmu Court.
Attest : J II. Rust,
2d Deputy Clerk. 10 7t
8GO,000 TO LOAN!
rpiIE undersigned have Sixty Thous.
X. and Dollars lo lo in, in sums of not
hss than ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, TIIUHSTON & KINNEY,
1C(I 'tf HO Foil Street, Hoi olulu.
YAN'S BOAT BUHiDING
Hear of Lucai'
lloll Tel. 112.
Mutual Tol. D73.
, 0. nnx 107.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Real Estate Apits, Etc.,
Offer the ftllowlntt:
To Lob Shop In new brick building on
Klug street, near Ntiunnu, next to
ChlnctoNonBCo.'solllccs. Rent very
Rooms to Rent Furnished in tho Lest
Rooms to Rent. Four very bund omely
iuinlsliid rooms in large home; well
situated on isuiiaiui Avenue. Rent
$10 n month each.
To Let. The house and grounds situated
in nuiuuu a venue, lcccniiy occupied
by A. J. Cariwrlgur, Jr., Esq. Kent
To Let. A G.roonicd Crttnge, with Car
tiige House and Out house', Nuuanu
Avenue, near UoTcrnment reservoir,
ubuve lite Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with fbout 2 acres of land 2Jsf
miles from town. Rent $10 per month.
To Lei. ACroomcd Cottage, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuuanu
Avenue, oppolto "Valley Home," in
excellent older. Hath and water con.
eui nccs. Rent $1H.
To Let. a pleasantly vl uatcd residence,
compririug two cottages, outhouses,
etc., on Piiuon road, near Punchbowl
"licit. Rent very low to meet the
Houso and Lot for Salo. Very dcslroblo
icsidunce on Ueietatiia Street. Tho
h m-o contains 4 Ucdrooms, Parlor,
Dlninif-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
11a broom. Mosquito pioof. Hcuse
new and well built.
Lot 100 by ICO feet with prlvllego rf
linyine ue.l lot. IFi be sold cheaf.
For Sale or Leaso With Immediate pos
sesion, thai viiiuatile estate known hs
tho NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
situaiid in the Nuimi u Valley. 'llt
miles from the city, and undoubtedly
the mon eligible sito for a milk or
milk and butter dnlry in this Kingdom.
Tho above splendid property may bo
hud on easy terms. ,
Situations wanted by
And other ciases of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant Street.
A YOl'NG WOMAN, to nssist in
yeneinl houuork German pre.
ferred. Apply i.t DuiuriN Okmce.
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
I advertise it in the Dai t Hum i
GHAS. J. FISHELS
TOB PRINTING ol all kinds exe
' puled nt Urn Daily Bui.lktiw Otlli o
Just rceclvid ex "Alaiiud i,'l
Pntterim of 1887; ulao
Border Ceiling Decoration
in grrnt variety at reduced prices,
WILDER & CO.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL advertise in tho Daily Bulletin,
Australian Mall Service
FOll 8A9T FKANCISCO,
Tho now and lino Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Slcnnuhlp Compiny, wlil
be due at Honolulu tioni Kjdiiey
und Auckland on r about
May 5th, 1 887,
And will leave foi th-j above port with
mulls nnd pasbtngers on or utiout that
I or f i eight or pasace, linvinc SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. 0. IEW1N & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and lino Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will havo prompt dl patch with
niiillsHnd liiusengeiB bribe above port.
For Ireight or pns?ag having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IEWIN & CO., Afrents.
At the lowest figure, of the finest qual
Warranted genuine, mado of tho pure
juice only nnd guarantee! to stand
Will not deteriorate in quality for any
number of years. Large quantities ex.
ported eveiy year, by borne ot the larg.
fst commerel'il firms of this city, to dif.
fercnt parts of the United S ates and
the German Empire.
MANUFACTURED AT TUB
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
DEstcibllslieil In 1SOU.
Practical Confectioner, Pastry
Hotel, bet. Xnuanu and Fort
Both Telephones No. 74.
BOOTS &JSH0ES !
Peg to infoim the public, that he has
juit returned trom S.in Jb tancisoo, where
lie selected an
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladies' Fine French Kid Bhoe,
Men's Fine Boots and Shoes,
Children's Elrgant Shoes,
and a fine lot of
INFANTS' BRONZE HlilPPEIM.
03 No. IS Nuuanu fcMreet. lm
Carriages at all hours, day and night.
Saddle Ilori-e?, Buggies, Wagonettes and
viuuge unrrs wun stynsii ana
nortes to let.
A few Hprses, guaranteed. Second
hnnd Hacks, Open and Ton Buggies,
Carts and Harness. '
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ping up Telephone 33, or apply to
' MILKS & IIAYLEY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Nuuanu Hotel Mtieets.
EING UP TELEPHONE 467,
This Carriage Company has been re
cently organized, and guarantee to
turnlOi good conveyances, trustwerthy
driveis, and will make no extortionate
All calh will bopiomptly attended to.
B FURNIMIEp FRO
at No. 4 Uauleii'Lane".04
COTTAGES TO LET.
THREE NICE COTTAGES, PABT
ly furnished, and suitable for
house keeping, aro to lit at Waiklki.
Apply in ALLEN HERBERT, or to this
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT. corner Penpacola
and Lunalilo t-'ts , which ran be
divhkn into two or moro
lC-ll Of West, Dow & Co.
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