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SATURDAY, SEPT. J 7, 1887.
Stmr C R Bishop from Koolau, Waialua
Btmr Kinan from Windward Torts
VESSELS LEAVINC MONDAY.
Btmr C B Bishop for Walanae, Walnlua
and hoolttii nt 0 a m
8tmr Kilauea llou for Hamakua ut 6
From Walanae ami Walalua, per stmr
C K Bishop. Sept ltSthO T Holt, wlfo
and il children, James day and son, M
Dickson, W II Aldrteh, J K Holt, Jr
and wife, Mr J 11 Holt, Mrs George
Markbani, Miss Fnnnio Maikliiun, Air
A Ahrcns, Win Peterson, Sua "Ye Hop,
and 12 duck.
From Windward roils, per steamer
Kiuau. September 17th Alloa Li.aie
Kodgers, Mrs K I'ko, Harry Miller, U
Lchmaun, Capt W O Goodman, H C
Austin, wife and child, Miss 1 Baker,
Miss M Baker, W A Kinuey, P A Dias,
J P DIiib. 11 Htlenbeckcr, T II Wight
and daughter, K bimmons, Sara Obed,
Tong feing, Miss A Widdctleld, Kong
Hop Long. II Rodaers, J Kichardson
add son, ti O Nakiama, Miss Kydberg,
C li Wight, Master Wilder iWlght, G P
Wilder, and Ut deck.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
StmrC It Bishop-030 bags rice, 100
bags rice bran, and 00 bundles awa
Stmr Kinau 30 bags sugar, 3 horses,
110 pkgs sundries, nud 31 bags pota
toes. VESSELS IN PORT.
HUMS Cormorant, Jasper C TNieolls
H B M S Conquest, Uxley
USS Vandalia, Hear Admiral Kiinbcrly
U 8 S Adams, Louis Kempff
UBS Jupiata, Davis
Bktne Mary Wlnkelman, Blake
Bktne St Lucie, Krskiue
Bktne 8 G Wilder, Paul
Bk Lady Lampson,
Bk Caibarien, Perkins
Bk Ceylou, Calhoun
Schr Olive, ltoss
Chilean corvette Espinralda, from
French frigate Puercz, from Chile.
Freuch frigate Florie, from Chile.
Am bark Edward May, Johnson, sailed
from Boston June 23rd, due November
Brit bark Birmah, from Glasgow, due
October 15-31. .
Ger bk Peter Goddefroy, sailed
from Liverpool, May 3rd, due Sept.
Am ship Matilda, Merriman, from
Hongkong, due July 12-31,
HUMS Kaimiloa, Geo EG Jackson,
from Samoa, due Sept. 10-25.
Am bark Sonoma, T H Griffiths, from
Port, Townsend, W T due Aug 20-31.
Brit bark Min, from Liverpool, due
Am bktne Amelia, W Xewhall, from
Port Townsend, clue August 15-31.
Am bark CO Whitmore, T Thompson,
from San Francisco, due Sept 15-30.
Am bktn Ella, E C Rust, from San
Francisco, due August 20-31.
Haw schooner Jennie Walker, B An
derson, from Fauning's Island, due Sept
Am tern Eva, J O Wikman, from
Euseka, Cal Sept 1-10.
Nor bk Vlrkir, from Bremen, due
Brit bark Margaret Hcald, Morton,
from Liverpool, due October 1-20.
Am bktne August Bui chard, from
Xewcastlc, NSW, due Oct 1-20.
Am bktne Mazatlan, from Newcastle,
NSW, due at Kahului, Maui, October
Haw S S Australia, II C Houdlette,
from San Francisco,duo Sept 20.
It M S 8 Mariposa, 11 M Hayward,
from the Colonies, cu route to Sau Fran
cisco, due Sept 23.
R M 8 S Alameda, H O Morse, from
San Francisco, en route to the Colonies,
due Sept 30. .
Am bark Forest Queen, J C M Wiud
iug, from Sau Fraucisco, due Septem
Stmr Lehua will be due here on Wed
nesday. LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Likelike will arrive here to
morrow from Maui.
The steamer Kinau will sail for
windward ports on Tudsday after
noon at 4 o'clock.
Dn. Stangenwakl lias for rent,
lease or sale, those large and com
modious premises at 104 Bcretania
There is a four-room cottage to
let, on Fort street, near the Chinese
Church. It can be taken either fur
nished or unfurnished.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of Olowalu Sugar Co., will
be held at tjie office of W. G, Irwin
fe Co., on Monday, September 19th,
at 11 a. m.
The fact that the Portuguese vote
in the district of Koliala, Hawaii,
was so strong for the Reform ticket,
was largely due to the exertions of
Mr. P. A. Dias.
Theiie was more blasting on Hotel
street last evening, and the shower
of stones was greater than on prev
ious occasions. In a garden close
by, several ladies had to get under
cover in haste, the stones fell so
Seats may be reserved next Wed
nesday, beginning at 9 o'clock a. m.,
at Mr. A. M: Hcwett's for the Clark
combination company performances.
Tickets may then be obtained and
seats reserved for the season.
At Mr. Lewis J. Levey's sale on
Tuesday next, there will be offered a
number of books, (chiefly scholastic)
unbound magazines, full vocal scores
of operas and operettas, music, etc.
They will be ou view Monday,
A okntuiman lately from Kauai
speaks liiglilyof ISIr. St rots, of Kolnn,
ami his work on the roads there. Tlio
place where tlio etago coach recently
capsized is now as even as u table
in fact, the wholo road is as good, if
not better, than Waikiki road.
Princess Liliuokalani and Gov
ernor Dominis celebrated their silver
wedding yesterday afternoon, at their
resi(ence, Talania. Between three
and five o'clock thcro wag a constant
stream of callers, among whom were
tlio King and Queen and many
oilicers from the warships in port.
Editor Bitlletin : Knowingyour
love "to put things aright," I ask
you to be so kind ns to insert in the
columns of your paper the follow
I hereby challenge Prof. Manuel
J. de Freitas to come before the
public of Honolulu, and prove the
slanders which he has been throwing
against me, or anything that ho may
have to say against my character,
but not to forget to bring his record
for these last 30 years.
Jons M. Vivas.
At King Bros.' Hotel street, may
be seen a superb pastel painting by
Furneaux of recent lava formations
in the crater of Kilauea, taken from
photographs by Mr. C. P. Wilson.
The painting itself is a most striking
piece ar artistic work, and tlio scene
is ono of indescribable grandeur. At
the same art gallery may also be
seen some fine embroidery by Miss
Halstead, of Waialua.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this afternoon
commencing at 7 :30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programmers
M arch New Constitution JM Ichlcls
Overture Mozart Suppe
Selection Erunni Verdi
Walt. Gipsy Barou Strauss
Gavotte The First Heart Throbs
(new). . Eilcnberg
Polka Gipsy Barou (new) Strauss
CARRYINC CONCEALED WEAPONS.
Win. Wliigham, who was re
manded from .the 13th inst. for carry
ing a concealed weapon, pleaded
guilty yesterday in the Police Court,
but gave as . extenuating circum
stances that he carried the same
weapon ou the 30th of last June
and for some time afterwards until
the New Constitution was signed, as
did nearly all the other members of
the Honolulu Rilles. After that he
had not carried it until the morning
of election, having resigned from
the Rifles in the meantime ho was
informed by a friend that if he
voted or worked for any member of
the Opposition party, ho would be
pinned to a lamp-post. Being an
American citizen he thought he had
a right to vote for John Cummins or
whom he pleased on the other ticket,
and not be interfered with, so car
ried the pistol to protect his life.
His Honor in passing sentence
said until he hcaid the explanation
he was inclined to line the defen
dant the full penalty, but under the
circumstances he would be more
lenient. He was determined, how
ever, to put a stop to this pro
miscuous carrying of arms. He
noticed himself on election day
men on King and Bcretania streets
with guns on their shoulders, and
he would give iustructions to the
police in future to arrest anyone
they suspect of having arms whether
concealed or not, and if they came
before hira no matter if they were
the highest in the kingdom he would
fine them the full penalty. He had
.been a 'policeman himself for over
twenty years and had not carried a
weapon over twenty times. The
defendant was fined 815 and $1
At the regular quarterly meeting
of the Queen's Hospital, held yes
terday, the following gentlemen
were appointed a visiting commit
tee: J. I. Dowsett, Sr., S. M. Da
mon, and John A. Cummins; also
the following report for the quarter
ending Aug. 31st was submitted.
Honolulu, August 31, 1887.
To the Trustees of the Queen's Hos
pital, Gentlemen: I have the honor to
submit the following report for the
Quarter ending Aug. 31, 1887:
The total number of patients at
present in Hospital is 50, viz: 30
Hawaiians (14 males and 16 fe
males), 1 Chinese, 5 Japanese, and
14 of other nationalities ; 19 paying.
The number of admissions during
the quarter was 97, viz: 38 Ha
waiians i (25 males and 13 females),
11 Chinese, 7 Japanese, and 41 of
Discharged, 71, viz: 23 Ha
waiians (20 males and 3 females),
11 Chinese, 3 Japanese, and 34
Deaths, 17, viz: 6 Hawaiians (5
males and 1 female), 1 Chinese, 2
Japanese, and 8 of other national
ties. The causes of death were as fol
lows : Abscess of liver, 1 ; Acci
dent, 1 ; Bright's Disease, 1 ; Can
cer, 1 ; Consumption, 7 ; Disease of
Brain, 1 ; Disease of Heart, 2 ; Fe
ver, 1 ; Gunshot wound, 1 ; Scro
The highest numbcrjof indoor pa
tients was 58; lowest, 40; daily
average, 49. Calls at the Dispen
sary, 111. Number of prescriptions,
The number of pplients treated
in the Hospital was as follows:
June, 7C ; July, 82 ; August, 82.
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ELECTION RETURNS. .
Tho election returns from Hawaii,
Maui, Molokai and Lanai, by the
Kinau this morning, shew the tri
umph of the Reform party. Two
only of the candidates of the Oppo
sition have been elected. Although
this general result is positively
known, the exact figures aro not, in
every instance, yet available. In
fact, from some districts no figures
have yet reached us. Below we give
the particulars so far as procurable
Luhiau (R) 3(37 elected.
Dr. Wighf(R) 344
Chas. Notley (R) 333 "
Chas. Wall (R) 328 "
II. S. Townsend (R) 319
P. II. Hitchcock (K)....'318
FOR NOBLES MAUI, MOLOKAI A LANAI.
E. H. Bailey (R) 302 elected.
II. P. Baldwin (It) 304
II. A. Wideniann (H). . ..3.V. "
Jas. Campbell (K) 358
John Richardson (R) . . . . 370 "
P. N. Makee (R) .351
REPRESENTATIVES HAWAII, HILO.
D. Kamai (R) 884 Elected.
II. Deacon (R) 87!)
J. Nawahi (O) -.811
G. Beckley (O) 714
W. A. Kinney (R). . . . 573 Elected.
J. Kaiinamauo (O) .104
J. Kauhane, elected number of
votes not known.
Kamanoba, (O) elected number of
votes not known.
J. D. Paris, Jr., (R) not elected num
ber ot votes not known.
John Maguire (R) 871 Elected.
Kckipi (O) 202
V. II. Daniels (R) C51 Elected.
O. Nawahine (R) 028
L. W. P. Kanealii (O)...340
L. Kaili (O) 215
L. E. Kaleikau (O) 145
W. B. Keanu (O) 10
C. F. Horner (R) 344 Elected.
L. Aholo(O) 108
E. llelekunihi (R) 707 Elected.
J. Kamakele (O) 83
MOLOKAI & LANAI. '
Paehaolo (O) ...197 Elected.
Nakaleka (R) 105
J. U. Kawainui (R). . . .363 Elected.
Iosepa (O) 209
HABITS OF THE CZAR.
A correspondent writing from St.
Petersburg says: ' 'Strenuous ef
forts have been made to keep the
terrible, weakness of Alexander III
for liquor from the public, but it
has been extensively whispered ever
since he had his first delirium tre
mens. Alexander III, shortly after
the assassination of bis father, had
recourse to stimulants in order to
nerve himself sufficiently to meet
the real and imaginary dangers
which beset him, and the habit ra
pidly became one of necessity rather
than choice. From this point be
gan what would have been to a man
in private life his downward career,
but the divinity that erects and
maintains a well-kept and evergreen
hedge- around a sovereign also dulls
the senses of his subjects to indif
ference as to whether he is a drunk
ard or not.
"This, however, the Czar of Rus
sia is: A hopeless and ofttimes
helpless sot. Among those nearest
to him it is well known, but never
mentioned except in whispers, that
he had several times suffered from
that most frightful of all species of
insanity, delirium tremens, and the
narrator alleges, his cruelty to those
who were so unfortunate as to come
under his hand upon these occasions
would have appealed to the finer
sensibilities of the King of Daho.
mey and caused that fiendish mo
narch to shed tears of compassion.
In his lucid intervals he is reason
able and even sagacious ; but when
under the influence of champagne or
brandy, which two liquors are most
delightful to the imperial palate, not
even his ministers, and, least of 'all.
his wife and children, can restrain
his tendency to imperil his personal
safety by exposing himself to the
attacks of his secret foes in his un
governable recklessness. It is told
of this imperial maniac, that on one
occasion, M. de Gicrs was driven
from the Czar's presence with lan
guage unfit to be heard in the lowest
haunts of infamy, after having been
summoned by his sovereign to re
port upon some matter affecting
Russia's foreign policy, and that the
Czar's conduct so outraged him that
he was only induced to retain his
office at the earnest entreaty of
friends and upon the Czar's subse
SHE FACED THE REGULATORS,
A pretty Nebraska widow who
had ensnared the affections of many
respectable farmers living near
Wyman was recently ordered to
leave the county by a band of
"regulators" under penalty of a
coat of tar and feathers.. Nothing
daunted by the threat, the widow
bought a double-barrel shotgun and
awaited developments. When the
"regulators" approached the house
to carry out their threats, the sight
of a loaded gun pointing from one
of the windows deterred thein and
one of the number, in admiration of
the woman's pluck, advanced under
a flag of truce, proposed marriage
and was accepted on the spot. Then
a parson was called in, the marriage
was celebruted, and the night wound
up with a round of festivities.
NOVEL COLD-CATCHINC PROCESS.
For several months Peter Horn
dyke, a well-known gold-miuer of
the San Juan country, has been
coming-to Durango on weekly visits
buying each time all the beef-hides
he could find. As be took the bides
mountainward, many wondered to
what purpose they were being put.
A reporter met Mr. Horndyke and
bluntly asked him what ho was
doing with so many hides.
"Well, now that I have proven
my theory correct, I have no objec
tion to telling your readers of my
doings. You see that all gold
hunters know that much gold known
as 'float' Is washed away contia
uously. To catch this by any means
has always proved impossible, al
though tried by many different
methods from the tail of sluices and
running streams. Last spring I
luckily thought of a method which
is rapidly making me a rich man."
"How do you do it?" was imme
"Why, with hides. It's the sim
plest thing you ever saw. The
Animas river tributaries come from
the best gold-bearing sections in the
country. This being the case much
fine or flower-gold must pass down
the stream. L'p above I arranged
my plans by selecting a point where
the river cuts directly to the bank.
Here I placed a hide on stakes,
allowing the water to skim over it ;
the hair being placed up stream, of
coarse it caught up all the float of
all kinds. After leaving the hide
in this position for a week, 1 took it
out and examined It thoroughly, but
could discover no trace of gold.
Being determined to give my experi
ment a thorough test, I cut up
several pieces and burned them in
an old pan. In panning the ashes I
was rewarded with over $2 in gold.
Since that I hovo devoted my time
to setting every hide I could buy,
and now I have fifty in place at
various points. On my clean-ups,
which I make on each hide at the
end of two weeks, I realize from $00
to 90 in pure gold, which I secure
by retorting the ashes of the hides."
THEY OBSERVED ONI DAY.
"Do tho people of this town never
observe the Sabbath?" asked a min
ister who recently arrived from the
East of a resident of a Dakota town.
"W-e-1-1, I dunno," he replied,
doubtfully! "you see 'bout how it
goes." "Yes, I have observed it
each Sunday since I have been
here every store in town open and
business going on at a greater rate
than any other day in the week. 1
am astonished and pained at such
scenes. I don't believe you people
could suspend business and observe
any day if you should try." "Oh,
yes we can ; we have done it."
"What day was it, pray?" "Circus
day, elder. That day every house
in town was locked up and a nail
drove in the key-hole. There was
one man in town who was sick abed,
but we just put bim on a stretcher
and carried hira down and set him
right close up to the ring where the
spotted horse kicked at him ev'ry
time it went 'round. Great Scott,
elder, it would have done you good
to see how he enjoyed it ! " ("Dakota
HOW SHE STOPPED HIS SWEARINC.
There is a young married man
who travels for a wholesale grocery,
living in Minneapolis, who is a very
good fellow, but he has fallen into
the habit of using profanity almost
constantly. His charming wife tried
a dozen ways to break him of the
habit without success. Finally she
decided upon a plan. He came
home the other evening and re
"It's been a h of a day, hasn't
"What in the h has been the
matter with it?" asked the wife,
He looked as if he had been
struck by a tornado. It required
two days to break the young man of
the habit, for his wife repeated
every "swear word" he used in her
presence. . Now he doesn't swear
even when he misses a nail and
strikes his finger with the hammer.
THE PATENT MEDICINE TRADE OF
The patent medicine trade is a
great and growing ono in England.
During the year 1880 179,071 were
paid by .manufacturers . of these
articles to the Government in the
shape of stamp taxes. In 1805 the
sum paid was only 55,333, and in
1875 it was 8114,323. The quantity
of medicine placed on the market
in the ten years 1875-85 did not
increase so largely as it did in the
ten years from 18G5 to 1875. The
"Pall Mall Gazette" says that as
the value of the stamp or label is
one-eight of the total value of the
article stamped, an approximate
estimate of the total value of the
trade in those goods is possible. On
the basis given, the above journal
says tho expenditure of the people
for this class of medicine has in
creased in twenty-one years from
8497,997 to 1,611,039. Brad
Btreet's, A mother, noticing her little
daughter wipe her mouth with her
dress-sleeve, asked her what her
handkerchief was for. Said the
little one: It's to shake at the ladies
in the street. That's what papa
does with his.
TTAWAiAnAO Ciicncii. Rv. IT. TT.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. u. Preaching at 11 A. M.
Kaumakai'ii.i Church. Rev. J.
Trainman, pastor. Sunday school at
0:30 a. u. Preaching at 10-aO A. M.
Foht-strkf.T Churcu Service it
11 A. M. and 7 :30 v, m. Sunday School
at 10 A. M.
Qcef.n Emma Hall. Compel and
souk service for Hawaiians who speak
English at at 3 i M. Good slngiug.
Short talks. Everybody welcome.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Blbh
Class In the parlor at 9:45 a. H., con
ducted by the General Secretary. Gos
pel Praise Service at 6 :30. p.m. Come and
bring a friend.
Chinese Church -Fort street, near
corner Beretanla. Mr. To Teng Ue,
evangelist. Chinese- Sunday school,
9 :30 a. m. Chinese and English Hun
day School, 2 :!10 r. l. Preaching 1 1
A. M. and 7:30 p.m. Bible class In
Chluese Y. M. O. A. Hall, 0:30 p. m.
Roman Catholic Catheukal.
Religious services on every Sunday at
the Komau Catholic Cathedral at Hono
lulu. H and 7 A. M., low masses with
Holy Communion; 0 a. m., high mass
with sermon, either in Hawaiian, or in
Portuguese, or In English, alternating
according to the three principal different
nuilouatliieb of tho 'linrch; 2 p. m.,
rosary and catechism; 4:3(1 P. M., In
struction and benediction ot the Blessed
St. Andiujw's Cathedual. The
services at St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow will be: Holy Communion,
0:30 o'clock a. M. morning prayer with
sermon at 11:30. Preacher, the Bishop of
Honolulu. Hawaiian evnusone at 3 :110 p.
m. Preacher. Kcv. Alex. Mackintosh.
Evensong with sermon by the Kev. II.
Gowcn at 6 p. si. Seats are unappro
priated. Second Congregation. Kcv. Alex.
Mackintosh, pastor. Morning prayer,
with sermon by Kev. II. II. Gowea at
11:15 a. m ; evening prayer with sermon
at 7 :30 P, M. Sunday school meets
a 10 a. m. Seats free at all serrices.
Chinese Congregation. Kev. II. H.
Gowen In charge. Morning prayer with
sermon 11:11 A. M. Sunday school at
10 a.m. Evening prayer with sermon
at 7 :30 p. m.
TRIMMED HATS in all tho latest
JL and most popular styles, from (2
to 3, at N. 8. Buchs',
HATS IN GREAT VARIETY
of tho latest styles, only $3 and
83 each, at N. S. Sacks.
I7INEST BRANDS OF CALI
X. forma Port, Madeira aud Malaga
for sale in Kegs and cases by
01 Queen street.
O NICE LARGE FURNISHED
t-l rooms, No. 4 Utfrden Laine, tlie
second door from Union street. Apply
on the premises. 10 tf
Complete with Steam Fixing, Roller Moulds,
Extra Cores, Etc., Etc.
The Machine is In good working or.
dcr, having been used for the past two
years in working off the a Dailt Bulle
tin," and the only reason for disposing
of it is on account of room, and putting
in a large size
NEW BREMNER MACHINE,
The Machine now offered for tale,
can be seen at w ork f.vf.ky aftehnoon
from 1 to 4 o'clock.
For particulars and terms, apply at
The Daily Bulletin Office,
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale Boat, 30 feet long, 8 feet
deep; 8 feet wide; 2 22 fuct burf Boats;
1 18 feet Surf Boat ; 2 Decked Plunger,
10 feet long, 6 feet 0 inches wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, with mast and sails all
complete; 1 2! feet Sailing Scow, with
mast anu sans an complete, Appiv to
. R. ItYA'N.
Boat Builder and General Jobber. 51 tf
a nATiir mtmvN
nnT.Ti hrnnileil C un.
'dcr mane, also brand
on hip. A liberal re.
wnrd will be nnld for
Enquire at the office of
T YOU WANT A SITUATION
. advertise in the Daily Bulletin,
TAKE NOTICE I
EGAN & CO.
will sell, on account of removal to then new store, their
entire stock of
Genfs, Youth's and Boy's Fine Il'doiii Hade Clothing,
White and Colored Linen Shirte,
Hats, Caps, Boots and Shoes,
Also, Heir Sjleiii ass't tf Finitilig Goods
Which will bo soldjat cost.
XTememlei fbi GO day Only I
EGAN & Co.,
CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STS.
Honolulu, II, I.
JOHN A, SPEAR,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
Can be found ut J. Hubash's, Fort Street, net to Shoot'u k Galk ry, until
Mclnerny's building iscrmplelcd.
Till. HTOCK OF .IEWKLUY,
Will bo offered for the next ninety days at 10 per cent. le.s than cot.
KUKUI JEWELRY of new dosigns constantly on hand and made to order.
All kinds of repairing neatly and promptly done. Also, Waklie9 repaired
and work guaranteed.
ENGRAVING of all kinds done in first-class style. 8D 3m
Just Received at
A. large assortment of
PERFUMES ! PERFUMES!
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOHGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &c.
Xoi Stile ut osiwoiuill JPrioew.
tx "Australia," a flue line of the
Latest Styles of
Which we aro now showing to the
Ladies of Honolulu.
Leading Millinery House.
Cor. Fort & Hotel Streets.
The undersigned has for sale a
Just received by the Zca'andla from
China, among others
Thi.t will be bearing in two years.
Apply to SING CH03JQ & CO,
80 lm Maunakca St.
J. HOPF & CO.
74 King Street.
Manufacturers and Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended lo.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Bills or Patties in small or large
89 quantities, ly.
Hollister & Go.'s
FOR RENT, LEASE.
The Waikiki residence of Mr. Fred II.
Haj Seidell situated at Kapii.lani Paik
between tho residences of Hon. W. G.
Irwin, and .Air. Frank Brown, Is offered
for rent, lease, or sale. For terms apply
to tlio undersigned.
92 tf FKED II. I1AYSELDEX.
Weddings, Balls & Evening Parties
Of the finest, delicate and Newest
IN ENDLESS VARIETY,
And never before offered in Honolulu,
Please inspect them and convince your,
self. For sale at the Pioneer S'.cam
Practical Confectioncer, Pastry Cook
and Ornamenter. 07
81 King Street,
G. J. WALLER, - - Manager.
Wholesale & Eetail But hers
MESSRS J. E. BROWN & CO.
Are authorised lo lollect for tl e
Honolulu Juno Sth. 1S87. 67
Just received and for sale by
CASTLE & COOKE
A largo assortment of the above, in
kuidi and prices, to g. lit both old and
young. 39 lw
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X. advertise it Jin the Daily Bcusrui