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njyJTv ir --, feJtS5fe5aapss!ii3&w& i&tt3YtaSMefcsrs3 I RBStB6!fc Vl & l ' . fc? 8 sta w 5- B it & BY AUTHORITY. gP It lias pleased His Majesty the King to appoint SANFOltD B. DOLE, ALFltED S. 1IAKTWELL, CLAKENCE W ASHFORD. to bo Commissioners to leport upon tho Laws relating to tho Judiciary. Aliiolnni Halo, January 24, 188S. IS It Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu, O.ihu. B. S. To TUB Cl.EIlK OF Till: SUPREME Counr Greeting: By virtue of the power vested in me by the 812d Sec tion of tho Civil Code, 1 huicby older a Special Term of tho Supicmc Couit, for tho he.uingof such causes ns could not bo lieaid at tho picsont term, to be held in Honolulu, Wed nesday, tho 1st day of February, A. 1)., 18SS, at 10 o'clock a. m. And jou arc heicby directed to make this older known. Witness my hand and . tho seal of tlio Suiiicine SlUL I Court of tho Hawaiian Islands, at Honolulu, this 21th day of Januaiy, A. D 1S88. A. F. JUDI), Chief Justice. Attest: William Fostkii, 47 Iw Clcik. Education Orrici:, . Honolulu, Jan. 20, 18SS.J Hon. Paul r. Kanoa Has been appointed by the Board of Education, School Agent for the Dis trict of K.iwaihau, on tho Island of Kauai, 'vice the Kcv. J. W. Smith, deceased. W. JAS. SMITH, 4! 3t SoeieUry. Orncr. AuniTon-GnNnuAL, ) Honolulu, Jan. 1G, 1888. All accounts audited in this Oilico must be piesented in dup licate, tho duplicate copy to be retained by tho Auditor. GEO. J. BOSS, 41 lw Auditoi-Gcneral. SEALED TENDERS. Orncn of tiik Boaki) or Health,) Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1888. Sealed tenders will be icceived at the Office ot the Board of Health until 12 o'clock noon, January 23, 1888, foi the delivery at the Leper Settlement, on tho Island of Molo kai, of one hundred and fifty cords of File Wood, within thiee months from the date of signing agreement for the same. It is iqquircd that the wood be of algeroba, monkey-pod, eucalyptus or any of the haid natrse woods; that it bo cut in (4) four feet lengths and bo split if necessary, so as to be easily handled ; that it be piled at Kalau papa; and that itbemeasiued by the Agent of the Board of Health. Tho time for receiving above ten dons is extended till January 31, 1888, at 12 o'clock noon. N. B. EMERSON, Piesident of the Board of Health. 41 7t BISHOP & Co., BANKERS Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands Draw Exchange on tbo Jinulc ol Calii'ornin, H. IT. 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, bjcluey, This Bank.of New Zealand: Auckland, Christ'church, and Wellington, Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or. and Transact a General Banking Business. fif.9 ly THE POPE'S INCOME. The Popo lias an annual income of $025,000, it is said, from the in terest on the English bonds in the treasury by his predecessor. lie ib also said to bo a great speculator, subscribing for the Italian loans, holding them for a raise, and bcII them to invest tho profits in more English bonds. The Peter's pence is now said to amount to about 5415,000 a year. This money and the income of the English bonds goes to pay $5,000 a year to each Cardinal living in Koine, and to pay the prelates of the Papal court, secretaries, nuncios, guards and other Papal BOivants. Besides this the Popo receives from tho Apostolic Chancery sums for titles of nobility, Papal decorations, benedictions in the article of' death, privileges of tho Altar, private chapels, dispens. ations and other things, tho total amount being, it is said, 8520,000 a year. Tho Pope's annual income, therefore, is about $1,500,000. JN. Y. Sun, IT E taaMEZk.s iAcj a. .. , ,b 3L-imi, - j..n UMIXJ aiTu ffiuTTttn Fledtod to neither Beet nor Patty. Cat established lor tic bcnefit'ol all. WEDNESDAY, JAN. 25, 1888. SHOULD DO IIIS DUTY WITHOUT A FEE. The police are the servants of the people, and arc paid fiom the peo ple's taxes, to look after the peo ple's interests to ptcservc tho peace, to piotcct life and property, to catch and biing to punishment thieves and robbers, etc. These nro the uses and functions of police of ficers everywhere, ours included. We pay thctn for this wotk. Whether sufllciently or not is an open question. All things consid ered, they do their woik moderately well. It is not reasonable to expect the entire force to display the same elllciency as a foicc carefully se lected and piopcrly tiaincd. Occa sionally people complain, and de clare our police to be utterly worth less, because they do not come up to the standaul of men in that capa city in New York, or London, or some other place. All such accusa tions exceed tho truth. If our po lice arc not so elllcicntas they ought to be, and they certainty arc not, still they arc not so deficient as they might be, and, as before stated, they do their duty on the whole passablj' well. This is not saying that our police matters aic entirely satisfac tory, or that the present condition of the force is good enough. Not at all. The object of the depart ment should be, and we believe is, to effect improvement. If we are correctly informed, and we believe we arc, there is one mat ter in which improvement is espec ially desirable. That is, a police officer should do his duty, because it is his duty, and not make his do ing it contingent on the receipt of a fee from the person or persons con cerned. For instance, a man who is robbed of a sum of money should not be required to pay another sum of money out of his pocket to in duce a police officer to work up the case, so as to secure the conviction of the guilty party. Undoubtedly, the superior olllccrs of the police force would ncer countenance an act of this nature. Nevcrthelss, it would piobably be discovered on imostigation that such piactices arc not unknown to subordinates. 10 PERCENT ON WATER RATES. Oitice Honolulu Watek AVokks Kapuaiw a Hale, Honolulu, Jan. 25th. Deah Sik: I am instructed by His Excellency the Minister of the Interior to notify you that your rates, Unity dolLus 010.00) with 10 per cent added is due in advance fiom the 1st day of January, 1888, to the 1st day of July, 1888. If not paid at this office in three (3) days after receipt of this notification the piivi lcge will be summarily suspended without further notice. I have the honor to be your obe dient servant. Alblkt Lucas, For Superintendent Honolulu Water Woiks. Editor Bulletin: The above is a copy of a notice sent from the office of the Honolulu Waterworks to a gentleman of this city who has been paying water rates for yeais and who has for the first time learned that the Superintendent of the Water Works has the authority to collect 10 percent extra on water rates which are payable six months in ad vance. If this inlaw and justice perhaps the Supeiintcndent could infoim the public why it was that on Jan. ICtli, his clerk took the trouble to come down town and collect accounts without adding this extra 10 per cent. By publishing the above you will oblige a victim. SUPREME COURT JANUARY TERM. 1IKIOKU WCK15KTON, J. WruxrsiuY, Jnn. 25, 1888. The Court opened at 10: 1.") a. m. Foreign and Hawaiian jtuois in at tendance. After jury di awn for cabo being tried this dato remaining jiuors ex cused until notified to again attend. Chief Justice prevented from pre siding by a sore linger, disabling him from writing rnpidly or for any length of timo. ,S. M. ICunukm vs. James Wight, ejectment. Tried at April and July terms, 1887, the jury upon each oc casion disagreeing, and continued at request of defendant from October tenn, 1887. Beitig tried before a mixed juiy. "W. C. Achifor plaintiff; W. A. Kinney for defendant. iiji J u- V , Dr. IIoIiuch, on being asked when tho training of a child should begin, replied, "ti bundled jears before it is born." It would be interesting to know what Herr Host's ancestors were doing a liundrcd years ago. tedk?Am fM--' police: court. cuimikal CASUS. Wldnksday, Jan. 2oth. Two unlives for diuukcnncss paid SG apiece. J. Cruzo, assault and battel y on his father-in-law, Mr. Lconnid Mit chell, was reprimanded and dis charged. Lukcla and Kamiki, assault and battery on McTavish, ycsteiday continued to 2Gth. Naauno, common nuisance, con tinued to 28th. CIVIL CASLS. Hamilton Johnson vs. J. dc Souza Pereiia, from 18th, suit for &G8.9G ; judgment for plaintiff for SG5.G5 ; appeal noted. Kinikalo vs. Kcawe,fiom the 18th, damages for trespass; judgment for plaintiff for $10 and 83.75 costs; appeal noted. Six civil cases were to come up this afternoon. CURE FOR DIPTHEMA. In a repoit to the French Academy of medicine, Dr. Deithell stated that the vapor of liquid tur and tin pon tine would disolve the fibrinous tis sues w hi eh choke up the throat in croup and diptheria. lie described the process of treatment as follows: Take a teaspoonful each ot tui pentine and liquid tar; put them into a tin pan or cup, and set flic to the mixture, taking caio to hac a laigc pan under it as a safeguard against the spread of the flames. A dense, lcsinous smoke arises, mak ing the room dark. STILL PATRIOTIC GfcNERAL SHEilMAN. Some one appioached Ocnci.il Sherman the other day with the old talk about his being a stiong candi date for the Picsidcncy. The old General promptly declaied that he would not hac it on any tcnns. "But," said he, "1 will be as pub-lic-spiited about it as Artemus Waul was about the war. 'You know he said this bloody war should be pio secutcd if it took the last one of his wife's relathcs. If the Ilcpublicans waut a candidate there's my brother, John Sheiman. If the Democtats wanta candidate, thcie'siuj-biothcr-in-law, Tom Ewinjr." OMINOUS SiCNS IN THE PACIFIC. The Washington Government seems to have abandoned any ideas as to American interests in the Paci fic, if it ever had any, which docs not appear. Nor do we observe any public opinion disposed to en force these rights. As to Samoa, seeing that the Genitalis aie taking possession, for the United States to mtcipose now might affect the Ger man vote and this German vote is an impoitant question. We should pause befoie offending it by any undue activity in behalf of American as against Geiman interests. In the Sandwich Islands we might, unless the German head us off as they hae done in Samoa and seem fated to do in China and Japan, as sert a positive policy. If theie is any danger of n revolution we should intervene and hold the isl ands until an authoiity was estab lished satisfactoiy to our people. This would be a good time for Mr. Cleveland to proclaim so far as the Sandwich Islands arc concerned, a Monroe doctrine for the Pacific. fN. Y. Herald. Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey. CREDIT SALE AJL? AUCTION. On FRIDAY, January 27tli, I w ill oflcr at my Salesroom at 10 o'clock a. m , A NICE Assortment of Merchandise as voLiows: Saddlery, Bridles and Twines, A LA11GE ABSOIiT SIENT OF CROCKERY! An Assortment of Oidiuaiy ntul Fine Glassware, Galvanized Pails and BucKots, Iron Bedsteads, Majolica Ware, Cardies, Bluo Mottled Soap, Curry Powder, Cinnamon, otc, etc., etc., etc. A Few Very Fine Dinner Sets AMJ A 1 Ul.l. llNJI OF LIQUORS, W1HE & BEER, Etc., Etc. COT Terms Liberal, will known at the timo of Bale. bo mado LEWIS J. LEVEY, 48 2t Auctioned. AT'AUCTION. On SATURDAY, Jan. 28tli, At 12 noon, at my Salesrooms, I will sell by Public Auction fiom lO to 26) SHARES OF THE Peoples' Ice & Refrigerator Co. a-xA.n -VA-XiXJi:. moo -c aaartMs cash. LEWIS J. LEVEY, 4S3t Auctioneer. jtm m ;..5- K Auction Sales by James F. Morgan. AUCTION OF - SALE Valuable City Properly! By order of A. J. Cartwrlght, Esq,, I w 111 sell at Public Auction, at my Salesroom, Queen street, On SATURDAY, February 4th, At 12 o'clock noon, THE PREMISES KNOWN AS " THE MANSION HOUSE PREMISES," Situated on the cat corner of Bcrctnnia nnil Gmlcn streets Hnlng a frontage on Beretinl i strict of 71 It. 3 in., mid a frontngc on Garden street of 130 ft , aud containing 820 fathoms aud 82 feet Til EUR IS A Laryo Dwelling Houses, 1 Coltageand out-Houses ON llin I'ltllMISLS. Premises wcie formerly occupied by Captain Uabcock. For further pailicular, Enquire of JAS. F. MOItCl AN, Auctioneer. 41ld For Sail Francisco. The Sphndid New Ameiicin Baikentiuc " S. G. WILDEE," Oaiuain, ::::::: Jluca. Having Superior Cabin Acconunndii. tions, will hae quick dispatch for the above poit. Foi p itsage, apply to, F. A. SCHAEFER & CO., 4Slt Agents. . ANZEIG-E. Din MlTOI.ILDBIt Dint Deutsclien Unterstuetzuugs Gesellschaft wcrdcii bicrdurch creucbt sich nm Sonntng den liOtcn, dieses Monits, Jlor gens 10Uliru einer Gcncial Versamm Iuiir nn Geschaeftslrealo der Ucrrex II. llackfold & Co. einzuflnden JOIIS. ECICAKDT, 48 gtwd.3 Secretary. ROOM TO LET. A NICELY furnished tleeping-room, plcisnntly located witi-in u lew minutes walk of the Addre-s, Bum.ktin. business center 48 if ALM ! frv??tW2iii)' v VZf w IN EAIUiEI.S AND HALF KA11UELS Upon arrival of bail; " LADY LA21PSON." For sale by C. BREWER & CO. ' -18 lw QUARANTINE CLUB. i Messhs. Hart &, Co , Of "Elite Ice Cream Tarlnrs," 83 Hotel flieet. Gentix-uej,: I am iiiMiuetcd to o. press to you in the name of the Quarin. tine Club, their nppieciation ot your Una thought, and most nccuptuble pre tent, lccivcd Inst evening. I remain, gentlemen, Your obedient oil vant, Tin: aix'iiKTAitY Quhantink Ci.uij. 48 It THE FINE Al TEA CLIITEK M I W 5? Recently an Ived from London and now lying at Brcwei's "Wharf. This flue Clipper Barque was built for tho China te.i tiadc, and hus tnndo some romnrkably rapid passives. One of her best bcinjr from Yokohnma to Now York in ninety one diiyr, which stands to-day ns tbo f.utc-t on ruenul. Tho vcssol is built of teak, jji'cn.henit and oak, is copper fastened tlnouglioiit, and U ihmouglily well found In ncklf, sails, boats, spars, rleirlnir. et., utc. nnvlng been thorouguly ovoi hauled aid newly cop ered just brforu leaving London, uml h rated At at Lloyds. '1 his lino Ilarquo has a rail'.) ing capa. city of about 1,100 tons dcuri weight, and between 1,200 and 1,'JOO weight and measurement. On ono voyage to London (ho earned 1,S00 tons uunsuiement of tea. Intending rurclinEcrs willplrnsomako immediate application to her Ageuls, G W. MAOFAELiVNE & CO., And for fin thor infnrmntlon respecting tho vessel to tlfo Captain on board. Honolulu, Jan, 25, 1SS3. 48 tf Tahiti Lemonade Works. CUSTOMERS who have on hand any of our Bottles or Cases, would gieatly oblige by sending word (o tho Depot, 28 Mtiehuut stieet, and thoy will at unco bo called for. Our Brttlcs itc all ciystal vahe, nnd tbo word "TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS" blow ullii icon. Bell Telephone 17J. Mutual Telephone 11C0.--45 tf J. E. 1JKOWN & CO. 9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED J rooms, ho, 4 Unrdcti Lime, the second door from Union uticct. Apply on the premises. ' lilf SALTED -S I5v yr i-- -ias FOR SALE. 'Jilv JSitv Jlk $11? Mm imt ij&u idsta.. .iIij. f"(,r -. HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY. No. 85 FORT STREET, HONOLULU. Gccnei-ol AontN Export Acoountants and Collootors, Roal Estato, Firo & Lifo Insuranco Agonts, Custom-Houso, Loan and Exohnngo Brokers. Departments of Business. Books and Accounts accurately kept and properly adjusted. Collections will rocolvo special attontlon and returns promptly made. Convoyanoing a Specialty. Itecouls searched mid correct Abstracts of Tltlo furnished. Legal Documents and Papors of every description carefully drawn and hand. soniely cngrrstcd. Copying and Translating In nil languages m general use in this Kingdom. Heal Estate bouiiht and sold. Tnxcs raid and Ptoperty safely Insured. Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, and rents collected. Fire and Lifo Insurance effected In first class Insuranco Companies. Custom-Houso Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch. Loans negotiated at favorable rates. Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers. Any Articlo purchased or sold on most favorable terms. Intor-Island Ordors will reccivo particular attention. 'C5j All Business entrusted to our oarc will rocolvo prompt and faithful attention at moderato charges. Having had nn extensive business experience for oer twcnty.fivo years hi Xcw York City and elsewhere, wo feel competent to attend to all business of an tnlrlcilc and complicated nature, or lcqulrlng met and discretion, and respectfully solicit a tllll. Bill Tolcplionu No. 274. XItwvnilH.il HuNinewH Wjyonoy. jin. 7.88 ly JUST TO HAND, JUx S.S. .Axieti'lia -AT-' JlfAiEIOMS -AND. Fort Street Store. 37 2w WOTBCEr All pcr-ons nre lieicby forbid, den frcm excavating, digging or depositing rubbish in the streets of this district, without the written order of the Bond Supeivisor. II- F. IIEBBARO, Bond Supeivisor, VS lm ICona, Oihu. Just Received per Zealandia, NEW CROP Now Zealand Kidney Potatoes n small crates. AY & CO. 1 rj 3D Jw VETERINARY. A RITCHIE ROWAT, -CjL Vcturiiiury Surgeon. Office nLtl Residence: 1G0 King street, Mutual Telephone 353. Orders left at Hotel Stablej will bo received and prunptly attended to. 43 am Dissolution of Partnership. THE interest of Mr. Clarence Mnc fnrlanc in the flnn of WEST, DOW & CO has this day been pur chased by Mr. Gideon "West, who a?, siimes all liabilities of slid llrm. All -debts duo paid fit m arc duo and p iv.iblo to Mr. G. "West. "WEST, DOW & CO. Honolulu, Jnn. 14, 1S88. NOTICE. MR. G. WEST having become sole owner of the lmsiues eairied on under the Hint name of West, Dow & Ce., wilt, in future, carry on said busi ness under the linn namo and stylo of , G. WEbT is CO. Honolulu, Jan. lfi.l8S8. 311 lm NOTICE. THE Knplolani Park Association will not bo responsible for any depts contracted in its nmnc without 'the Writ ten Older of its Ticaiurir A. S. OLtGIIOHN, 2 2w President. Notice of Annual Meeting. THE Stockholder b of O. Brewer & Company, (L'd), will take notion that the annual mi tiling of tho Com. rauy will bo hold at the olllco on Queen street, on WEDNESDAY, February 1st, next, at 10 o'clock, a. it. J. O. CARTER, Secioiary, O. Brewer & Company. Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1888. 40 2w NOTICE. AT tho annual meeting of tho United Chinepo Society held on tho 0th Inst., tho followiug officers wore duly elected. C. Alco President Goo Kim VicoPieshlent J.nm Fnl Treasurer Tong Phong Secretary Ng Chan Ass't Treasurer Tarn Wall Hln Ass't Secretary Ht)2w RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING SHOP, Rear of Lucas' Mill. OR C1LEAN RAGS ""i second hand i clothing will bo gratefully jeeel v. ed for the use of r tho inmates of tho Branch Hospital lm Ltpers at Kukuako, or at tho Leper Settlmcnt on Molokai, if loft with J. T. Walcrhouse, jr., ot tho Qucen.Btrcet Store. t&f tf P i i co icra P 2 o .o" I o o Q. J n- t n ? o b o o " "S 3. t- F S CD ? 1' Tahiti Lemonade Dopot, 28 Merchant Street. Higb Class Aerated Waters, Absolutely Pure. Tahiti Lemonade Depot, 23 Merchant Street. Hop .A-ie, Tahiti Lemonade Depot, 28 Merchant Street Tahiti Lemonade. Tahiti Lemonade Depot, 28 Merchant Street. Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda. Orders promptly attended to. 75 cents per dozen, delivered. Tahihi Lemonade Depot, 23 Merchant Street. Plain Soda, equal to Scbwcppcs. 33 MWMLMDDAT8!" J?OK SALE, NEW ZEALAND'.'OATS OF A) Quality, Just received ex Mariposa, by J. E. BROWN & CO., J 17 .28 Merchant Street. if Boats for Sale. yE HAVE OW HAND A Few Samples of our "Boats. Also, plans and estimates of all kinds of IloatB and repairs given ut short notice. Wo use only best material in their construction; no Monkey.pod whatever; bellovlng that the best labor and material pays best, both buyers and builder. Having already published prices and several essential points not generally known beneficial to boats tound our Islands, which intending purchasers would do welt to note. Our Improved facilities foi building or re pairing cnablous not only to furnish u biiperior articlo hut cheap, and where doubt exists in this we desire a compa. ratlvo inspection, before sale, at the En terprise Mill or Printer's Lane, Punch howl street, wheio s.impels can bo seen. J. A. DOWER, Ship Carpenter & Builder. Mutual Telephone 325. 88 tf FOR SALE CHEAP! AN Expiess Wagon, Boston ninko; Polo and Shafts, neatly new; alto, ouo sot of Double Harness. Apply 107 King street. -13 lw rPINEST BRANDS OF CALI JL forma Puit, Madeiia aud Malaga, for sale Iu kegs nnd cases by GONSALVEb & CO., 01 Queen street, JOB PRINTING of all kinds exc culed at tho Daily Bulletin Olllco MALCOLM BROWN, NOTARY PUBLIC For tho Wntul of O.ihn. Ofllco, s : Gov't Building, Honolulu. Wltf Bell Tel. 172. Mulunl Tol. CC0. P. O. Box 401). !WN & G! Flro Proof Stone Building, 42 Merchant Stroct. --AND- General Gominission Merchants Geucr.il Agency for Uaw'n Islands cf the Burlington and Chicago Railway Across America, Connecting at BoMnn with tho Azores and Madeira Thiough ticket1-g'unled fiom Honolulu MeichnndUc stored and mid on com. mission. Consignments tollolled. Propci tics leased, rented uud sold. Loyal documents drawn. Books audited nnd adjusted. Aeeounls rolhctcd. Aiithoii7C(l rollector, Mr. A. Morofl. REMINGTON IF THE Remington Typewriter is the Standard writing machine ot tho woild. It prints 70 cimr.iu'cis, or with certain crmbinntiou about 80 ill ,it.i'tcrs, with tho operation of only 311 kcyB. Tho machine is so simplo tint any one can write with it, m.il its manipulation N so easily understood, that but little prnc tire li lcquired to enable the opeialoi to nctpiiie facility in its use. The average speed of the pen is from 15 to iO words per minute, and the average speed ot the type writer Utiom 40 to to wotus per minute Time spent in writing two thhds with tho pen is at least wasted Orders for tbo above Instrument may be left with the undesigned attho of lice lof W. G. Irwin & Co., and will re ccive prompt attention. Tbc undirsign. ed is also prepared to give purchasers full instructions as to tho tiso of the machine. For fur her particulars apply to W. M. GIFFAKD, SoAgentfortbo Hawaiinn Islands. 1832 lm Yosemite Skating! Skating! Skating! Commencing Janunry Gth, Every Friday Eraii ! For Ladies and their Etcorls. Ecrv Friday Evening will be kept perfectly bclcct for ladies & gentlemen. JBanl iu. -A-tteritlaiice. THOMAS E. WALL, 1C01 Proprietor. lyr NOTICE. ' THE Co paitnei ship existing between S. F. Oinbam and E Q. Schuman, of Hobolulu, under the Arm namo of the "Pacific Transfer Co." doing busi ness in Honolulu, wa' dissolved by mu tual consent on the 8lh day of Juno, It 87. All assets and liabilities of said firm were assumed by E. G. Schuman. 53 tf Signed, Ea SUIIlmAy . FOR RENT OR LEASE. Q A'l'be premises now occupied A'-MiSby b. K. H ahoc, at Kapalnma. BaiHSuEiitrance through Austin Lane 'I lie bouse cousists of parlor, C bed looms, kitchen, pantry and diningronm. Possession plvcu immediately. 01 Apply to J. F. COLDUltN. Notice. MESSES J E lluOWN A. CO. are authoiled to collect accounts due to me, and their icieipi will bo a suffi cient diechiuac. A M. HEWETT. Honolulu, Jan, 3, 18S& 29 lm NOTICE. ALL accounts due Mrs. A. M. Slellis of fix months and over, will be placed In a Collectors bunds without further notice if not i aid by the IBlli, inst. MHB. A. M. MELLIS, 31 2w 17 Emma street. TO LET. HOUSE and LOT, terms reasonnblo Jiifiulro of T. Wi Huwlins, Hawa. iiun Soon Works Leleo, Honolulu. 3otf. Skating gP'-iSii' NOTICE. THE annual meeting of the Meek hohleis cf the Hawaiian ItsFnle Co. Limited, will beheld on the 28m, of Januaiy, at the rfllco of Hon. W. It. . Custle, Honolulu, at 11 o'clock a. m. Very Important business. W. F. ALLEN, 3P 2w Secretary H. 11. Co. FOR SALE. Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked 0 Whale IJoat, 30 feet long, 8 feet deep; 8 feet wide; 222 feet Surf Bonts; 1 18 feet Surf Boat; 2 Decked Plunger, 10 feet long, 0 feet 0 inches wide, 3 feet G inches deep, with must and bails all complete; 1 2i feet Sailing Stow, with mast and sails all complete. Applv to. E. It. BYAN. Boat Builder and General Jobber, fil f FOR SAIiE. A well-to-do Rooming House, Yielding not less $100 per month. Long leaso. this ofllcc. For imitlculars apply at 33 lm TF YOU WANT A SITUATION X ndvertito in the Daily Bulletin, t ? 9 f Xt ' 4 Afcirt.