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Oh THURSDAY, May It, 1S88, nt
12 o'clock noon, will be sold ul
public nuction nt the front cntrniicc
of Aliiolnni Hnlo the Hawniian
Htcmncr "Kaimilon," of 198.83 tone
mcnsureinonl, togothor with nil her
masts, sails, sail yards, nnchors,
cables, boats, ciigiuc., boilers, tackle,
npparol, furnituio ami fittings, as
bIio now lies in the harbor of
An inventory of tho above can be
eecn upon application at tho Interior
Upset price $2,000.00.
LORRIN A. THURSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Intorior Office, April 17, 18S8.
io at '
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. .Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on tho
Bank ot Cta.lUii-uin, ts. X
And their agouts in
NEW YORK, U0ST0N, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tko Commercial Hank Co., of Sydney,
The Hani: of New Zealand : Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington,
The Batik of British Columbia, Vic
torin, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banklug Business
A COUCH REMEDY.
ONLY TWKNY-riVn CKNTS 1'EK POUND.
Irritated throats and annoying
coughs are quickly relieved by the
genuine Butter Scotch, only to be
found at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Horn. Plenty of testi
Pledged Io neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit ef all.
1TI1URSDAY, APRIL 19, 18S8.
IT WILL HOT WORK.
The present police arrangements
by which the men are eight hours on
and eight hours off duty, is not
conducive to an energetic service.
It is entirely too much duty in pro
portion to the time of rest; for, be
it remembered, there are seven days
in the week for a. policeman, lie
does not net one clear day in the
seven for rest and recuperation like
most other people. Moreover a
policeman's work is arduous and
trying. To be steadily on the foot
for eight hours at a time is no easy
tiling, simple as it may look. To
have to repeat it every second eight
hours throughout the week is en
tirely too much. Men cannot be
expected to do it, and display the
vigor and alertness required of thein.
Complaints of policemen sitting
and sleeping during duty havo been
daily occurrences for years past;
but who can blame the men, if bo
little time is allowed them off duty?
As we have said before, Hub arrange
ment cannot woik satisfactorily.
SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM, 1888.
JJUl'OJtU DOLE, J.
Thuiisday, April 19th.
ETbe Court opened at 9:30 this
morning, and arguments were heard
on demurrer in re the King vs. W.
S. Luce, and the Ring vs. (.!. W.
Messrs. Hartwell, Hatch, Neu
mann and Whiting for defendants,
and the Attorney-General for tho
Mr. Hartwell opened tho argument
in the case of the King vs. Luce.
He said the charges under which the
defendant was committed, differs
from the indictment, inasmuch as
the commitment charge was "ob
taining money under false pre
tences," and the indictment states
that the defendant combined witli
one Ilaloy, to defraud the Govern
ment and commit gross cheat.
It is a different thing entirely.
If there is any offence in cither of
tho charges, they arc different in
both. The indictment does not say
that he obtained tho money, and it.
could not consistently. Revenues
arc not money until they are col
lected. They are not of them
selves cither money or property.
The third count is entirely distinct
from tho acts charged in tho ori
ginal charge.' Mr. Hatch will eito a
decision of this Court in regard to this
'matter. To deprive the Government
of its revenue, and tho obstruction
of the collection of revenue', aro two
distinct charges, and wc do not ad
mit that there is any statutory of
The 3rd chargo does not specify
that anything was done, but an in
tent to do n certain act, mid the
question arises, did ho conspire to
These arc the three counts, the
substanco of which is 1st. To cheat
the Hawaiian Government out of
SflOO. 2d. To combine with Haley
to defraud the Government. .Ird.
To be knowingly concerned in re
moving these goods from the Cus
tom House without paying duties.
The 2nd Count docs not aver that
the act was done maliciously or de
The tfrd Count nppcars to be de
fective 1 suppose by the slip of the
pen as it is made to say against the
laws of tho Hawaiian Government.
There aro no such laws ; there are
laws of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
The entire indictment is bad as it
charges tho violation of the revenue
law in Jan., 1887, and this suit was
not brought until after G months
from the time the crimo was said to
Criminal prosecutions are includ
ed in the sections which limit the
time for bringing an action here
the counsel quoted the law in regard
to this matter. U. S. vs. Watkins,
and 3rd grant.
Another objection which is sus
tained by several of the States of
the United States is. that it is essen
tial that the false pietences must be
described. Charging a man with
gross cheat is not bitfllcient, but it
must be specified in what way a
gross cheat was committed. There
should be a minute description of
the offence. There i no allegation
that this act was done maliciously
or fraudulently. To obstruct the
Government is not the same as ob
structing an officer of the Govern
ment. I claim there is no such ta
tutory or common law as cheating
the Government. It is possible and
reasonable and correct that certain
kinds of cheats affect the public
generally, when it would not be cor
rect to say that it affects the Gov
ernment. A Government is not tho
public generally. Trade marks
would be cheating the public gene
rally, aud would be indictable.
If the revenues were defrauded
then it would be correct, but the
statute defines, that getting goods
into the country fraudulently, by
falsifying invoices, smuggling, etc.,
is defrauding the revenue, but tak
ing goods from the Custom House
in the usual way is not defrauding
The U. S. statute makes it a
criminal offence to do anything to
defraud the Government of its
revenue, and I contend that unless
there is a statute, there is no of
fence. The original meaning of
conspiracy is not criminal. Our
statute on conspiracy defines that
conspiracy is "to do wnat is obvi
ously, wrongfully injurious to others.
Then an indictment for conspiracy
must state that a criminal act has
been committed or an injury has
been done to another. The word
"another" cannot be held to mean
the Hawaiian Government; if any
offence has been committed it was
against the people.
1 do not know why it should not
have been averred that an officer of
the revenue had been defrauded un
less it was that there was no evi
dence to prove such a charge. A
person cannot be imposed upon,
cheated or defrauded, when he is
personally conversant with what is
going on. If the officer knew upon
what grounds the goods were with
drawn, then the complaint falls to
There are many wrong things
done in transactions between man
and man, which the Court has no
jurisdiction over, such as cheating
in a horso tiade, false promises,
etc., etc., and he has no right to
have it regarded as a public griev
ance, when it could be guarded
against by common prudence on his
part. The Government as a Gov
ernment cannot be deceived, the
officers may be, but the Government
No violation of statute law is
averred. The last clause of the
second count can in no case be held
to imply a criminal action or an
action of tort.
Some of tho "to witH" hare no
object or sense, and there is a
studied care that the liquors upon
which SfiOO duties are due, arc not
specified, and 1 contend that they
should be. It also docs not state
that these liquors were not allowed
to bo withdrawn from the Custom
House free of duties for the use of
the King, Queen, Government or
The right to collect duties is not
a thing it is a right. If tho con
spiracy had been to deprive the
Collcc'tor-Gencial of monies he had
already collected, then my argu
ment would not hold water, but
such was not tho cuso. False pre
tences must bo the falsifying of an
The third count I claim does not
state that both parties arc concerned
in the offence. It is impossible for
two people to conspire, and one
only to know anything about it.
Tho second count cannot hold,
provided it bo proved that jt is not
an offence to deprive tho Hawaiian
Government of duties, and the last
part of tho count, "obstructing the
Government" docs not constitute a
statutory offence, and consequently is
(To bo continued.)
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING-,
X advertlBO it in the Daily Bulletin,
WILL RAMIE PAY?
Dr. Gustav Eisen of this Stale re
gards the attempts at ramio culture,
now being made in tho United States,
as foredoomed to failure, and gives
hia reasons for his opinion, saying:
"When our labor becomes degraded
to the same standard that obtains in
China and India then it may be
possible to introduce ramie culture
with profit into California, but not
until then. As to the growing of
ramie, no great difficulty need be
experienced. The ramie requires
tho very strongest soil possible, and
there is no other plant known that
with equal rapidity exhausts the
ground. Except in the bottom
lands, or in the richest alluvial
soils, the growing of ramio should
not be attempted. After the ramie
is once established it will forever
remain, and can only bo eradicated
by great expense; the roots will
completely fill tho ground. For
three years the crop may be de
pended upon as good ; that is, in the
richest of soils. From that time it
will decrease rapidly, unless kept
up by continuous and expensive
fettiliV.ing. Even after the crop has
been harvested the expense of pre
paring it for use is so heavy that
little profit remains to the producer.
The gross return per acre, under
favorable conditions, is put down
as little over $81 an acre, and when
the large amount of fertilizing ma
terial required is taken into consider
ation, tocother with the cost of pre
paration, it is enough that there are
many other crops besides ramie that
will pay far better. Another very
great drawback to ramie culture is
that the plants require a great deal
of moisture. In tact, the soil must
bo kept constantly wet. A few
days of drouth will check the growth
of' the stem, increase the gummy
matter in the fibre, besides causing
the liber to become coarse. At re
newed moisture, cither fiom irriga
tion or rain, the stems will immedi
ately tend out the side shoots or
suckers in every leaf joint, and
stems cut with such joints will pro
duce fibie worth only one half the
price. In fact, the stems should be
cut before any side branches form,
and it should bo the constant en
deavor of the cultivator to force the
stems that they reach the greatest
possible height before they branch
out. A week of drouth or absence
of irrigation will foil every such
effort. S. F. Examiner.
A MEETING of the stockholders of
the Hawaiian Hell Telephone) Co.
will be held nt tho oflicc of the Com
pany on Merchant sliccl, at 12 o'clock
uooii, on SATURDAY, the 21st, for the
purpose of taking Into consideration a
proposition to increase tho capital stack
12 2t President II. B. Tel. Co.
TVTOTJCK is hereby given that Man
xS (.hip lioldo full power of attorney
io 'iet in 11 l)U8incs ti inunctions of the
linn of Wing On Wo & Ca, and is nu.
thoiizcd aho to sign i-aid firm name by
WING ON WO & CO.,
by C. Cheung Ping.
Honolulu, April 1",, 1888. 21 2w
npHE undersigned having been on the
JL 18th day of April, duly appointed
Assignee, ot tho Estate of tiuiy Tin, of
Honolulu, a bankrupt, by the Hon. It. F.
Blckurion, Justice of ihc'Suprcmc Couit,
nil pcisons are hereby notilled to piy to
the undersigned any amounts due to" the
said bankrupt and to make immediate
payment of the same.
W. C. PARKE,
Assignee of the Estate of Choy Tin.
Honolulu, April 19, 183S. 21 Ct
THE abovo reward of $100 will be
paid to anyone who will givo in.
formation that will lead to the urrcst
mid conviction of the paity or parties
who bo mutilated my horso with home
bhnip instrument on tho night of TUES
DAY, April 17th, 18!, while in my
vtrd at ICiikiokuhiM Plains, Honolulu.
(Signed) FRANK FEHEIHA.
Honolulu, April 18, 1688. 20 lit
A DIVIDEND of Two Dollars per
fcharo will bs payable to the shure.
holders of E. O. Hull &. Son, (Limited;,
al their office, THURSDAY, April 10th.
L. 0. ABLES,
20 4t , Seeietnry.
Gi EOROE VANHlNfSTN will jump
C nuy tai!:, or in- ude working,
mun lu the linbn ' I II lolulu. One
standing jumps; llquu k juinp ; 3 quick
Jumps; 1 hour go.asyou.plcanu; 1 nillo
pull in a shore uoal the winner io take
three out of live contests for $50. Any
tali icieieu will bu taken. Answer this
soon, as my time in ihe navy has e.v.
plied. First come tlisl tciveil. Apply
oo board tol,Oeo. Washington," U. S. 8.
Adamc 20 lw
A DIVIDEND of Three Dollars per
shine will bo paid to the shaie.
holdcis of the Inter Island Steam NavJ.
gallon (Jo., (Limited), at their olllce on
the 18 Instant. J. ENA,
10 JU Secrclaiy.
A MEETING of tho stockholder of
the Mutual Telephone Company
will he held at tho Oompiny's buildin g
on WEDNESDAY, April Sfith. nt2v.M.
0, O. BEHOER,
15 td Secretary.
THE DAILY BULLETIN has tho
lureest ch eolation of any paper
printed In fliis Kingdom,
CO cents per
mw i muLiiijttMMMJwmEMw
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
On FRIDAY, April 20th,
AT IO O'OMMiK A. JI
At tho residence of Copt. E. K. Cameron,
Cliineso Church Premises, Fort ttrect, 1
will sell at Public Auction,
Tho Entire Housoh'd Furniture,
Black Walnut Marble-top Table,
Black Walnut C. S. Chairs,
Center fi Sofa Rugs,
Black Walnut Marblo-top Bedroom Sot,
Spring Mattrasses, Mosquito Net,
Feather Pillows, 2 Pine Hedroom
Sots, 1 B. W. Extension Table,
flnnnlrmw nnrl fHnnn
uiuuMijf ami maoowD
Tin Ware, Garden Hose, etc
JAS. F. MOKOAX,
On WEDNESDAY, April 20tli,
AX 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At my residence, Nuuanu Avenue, I
will tell at Public Auction (usi account
of icmornl), Household Furhiture, viz:
Gaiie Lounges & Veranda Cliairs
Large Centie Sofii Rugs,
Pendant Hanging Lamps,
BiL tCK iH AIR CS.OlTSa SWA,
Wlokcr Rockets, Patent Rockers,
Drawing room Cm tains & Poles,
Lare Curtains, 1 MuMc Box,
Fiench JIarblo Clock,
B.f . Marlile-tou Sltail,
Block Walnut Pxtcnsion Table. B.
W. Le-ithc-vcai Chnirc, Decorated
Tea S't, Crockery it Glasswaic,
Sterling Silvers Spoon anil Forks,
2 Pine Bedroom Sets,
Mattresses and Jlosquilo Nets, 1
Oak Cheffbnkre, 1 Refrigerator, 1
Meat Safe, 1 Westwood Range, Step
Ladder, Kitchen Utensils,
Ctui'ileu Jlowe, etc-., ote., etc.
2T"Premise.s will be open for inspec
lion on TUESDAY, April 21th, from 1)
a. m. to I! r. M.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
020 (it . Auctioneer.
EXTRA Fine Chocolate Ctoams
at the New Candy Factory.
LITTLE Boys nud Girls buy
their Tally at the New Candy
JTS a fact, the I'lcun Candies
arc supcr.or at the New Candy
rP RY 1hat remedy for a sweet
JL tooth "Butter S.;otch" at tho
New Candy Fiietory.
ELITE Ice Cream Parlors U a
place where you can get tho
finest lee Cream, Cakes and
Candies. Telephone: No. !5!1S
Mutual, No. 1M Bell. 18 lw
Has just icceived r.v.Auslralin. a very
handsome assortment of all the
In the Millinery liine, such us
Ornaments, &c, &o.
Also, a Most Excellent Assortment of
3? L UM3S !
09 Direct from Unrope. 1m
A Smull Invoice of
onn inn mi
Direct from the potteries in Stafford,
-FOR SALE BY-
HORSES, &c, FOR SAIiE.
ON account of depar.
1 Pnllforiiln Currtncn
1 Black Jlure, broken for harness and
1 Top Buggy, HnrncsH, Saddle, etc.
Apply V. BTEOE11ANN,
14 lw at II. Huckfeld & Co.'s.
MARRIED couple wife to cook, and
a single man for Kealakekua, Ha.
wail. Mutt ho accustomed to fencing
and rail ipllttluir. Apply to
J. K. BROWN & CO.,
10 lw 28 Meiohant street,
rpHE PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho
X Daily Bulletin 60 els per month.
Auction Sales by Lewis J,.Levoy.
By order of Messrs. G. W. Marfarlnno
fc Co, agents of tho barque "Thomas
Bell," I will sell nt Public Auction
On FRIDAY, April 20th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At tho Klna'u "Wharf, the balance of
surplus Horn ex barque "Thomas
Bell," consisting of
Tierces Salt Beef, Cs, Pre, Beef,
Soup it lloutlli, Codfish.
Mttl.o Meal, Flour,
Kidney Bonus, Coffee,
Chickory, Sugar, Maooaroni, Toa,
Ilalslns, Corn Flour, Comlcnfod Milk,
Sago, Linseed Meal, Arrow Root,
Oatmeal & Vinegar.
Also, Thirty 400 gallons Tanks 1
A Lot of
Lumber & Empty Zinc Lined Cases I
lu Good Order.
LEWIS J. LE VET ,
1)20 2t Auctioneer.
On THURSDAY, Mjiy .Jrrt,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .H.
At the residence of Mr. Henry Bcrger,
facing the Recreation Grounds, Maklki,
I will soil at Public Auction, the whole
of lils Household Furnituro and effects,
consisting of in part:
Black Walnut Parlor Sofa and Chairs,
!)- Extra Large Brussels Center Rugs,
Small Rugs, Easy Chairs, 1 B. IV. Bed
loom Set,"l nearly new Handsome H. IV.
Marblo-top Bedroom Set, with Spring
MalU'cSs, Single Bchtoads, Buieatis,
Spring Mattresses, Bed Lounge, Mos
quito Nets, 1 B. VI. Extension Dining
Table, Kou Sideboard, Writing Table,-
Chairs, Rocking and Easy Chairs,
Veranda EaFy Chaiis. Chandeliers and
Lamps, 4 largo Oil Paintings,-Refrigerator,
Meat Safe, Churn, lee Cieam
Freezer, Crcokiry &Glussware, Matting
& Oil Cloth, No.'l WJnthrop Range and
Utensils, Oaiden Tools and lloec and
lot of Firewood, etc., etc., etc., etc.
And If not disposed of previous to Sale,
1 Large California Carriage Horse,
Sound and gentle suitable for family
use 1 Family Carriage, Set Harness &
1 Gentle Pony with Middle & Bridle
suitable for a boy. Also, a choice lot
N.B. Free Bus will start from the
corner of Fort and Beretanhi streets, at
0:0 A. m. sharp,, for convenience of
parties attending the Sale.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
VJ 14 1 Auctioneer.
Furnished Room Wanted.
A GENTLEMAN of good character
anil standing wishes to obtain a
pleasant furnisbtd Room in a desir
able locality, within iO minutes' wnlk
of the Post Olllce, fthorc he could be
served with collee before leaving tho
house. PIeae address "ROOMiCU,"
P. O. Box No. 351, staling lccition,
lowest price, etc. 10 31
ROOMS TO RENT.
TTWRN1S1IED Rooms to
rent, bultaulo tor house
keeping. Inquire at the
Furnished Cottage) To Lot.
AVERY deshablo roomy
Coit'igc, llnely located,
neatly furnished and com.
j lute m every respect, with stables, car
riage House, etc., on the piemiscs, can
be leased at a vury moderate rental, for
a length of lime, by a desirable tenant.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
PJ 31 No. 70 cor. Fort & Merchant sts.
EASE for SALE.
a T EASE of property on King
&-CsM 1 J street, nnnr nnnmtnrv.
wllh dwelling house thereon.
Lease iiyi years to run. Buildings may
be removed at expiration of lease. Price
150. Apply to
17 lw J. E. BROWN & CO.
rpiIREU COTTAGES i
nt tho Fish Muiket.
COTTAGES TO LET.
iH,A nnWO COTTAGES fully
fl$58c? appointed, beautifully
fe'iSS3Jg located, within 5 minutes'
walk of tho Post Office. An opportu
nity seldom offered to secure n comfort
ablo homo within easy reach of tho
business part of tho, city. For parti
cularH Inquire at
001 tf GULIOK'S AGENCY.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
BtfMn th.ough to K
lETWEEN Plikol and Kco.
u btrects, lot runs
Kliiuit street, 100
feet frontage. Good pasturage. Cottage
contains 0 rooms, carriage house and
itahles for U or 4. horses. Rent $:!0 per
niontti. Apply to
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
14 tf 28 Merchout street.
FOR RENT. LEASE,
The Walklkt residence of Mr. Fred II
llayseldun situated at Kapiohni Park
between the residences of Hon. W. G.
Irwin, and Jlr. Frank Blown, la offered
for rent, lease, or sale. For tciins apply
to tho undersigned,
93 tf FRED II. HAYSELDEN,
Slenm Works, Sunny South,
Tele., 13oli 18(5, Mutual 245.
Donol, 28 Merchant Streot,
Tolo., Boll 172, Mutual 300.
The Only English Apparatus making High Class
TAHITI LEMONADE, GINGER ALE,
Hop Ale, Cream Soda,
Ami PURE, STRONG EFFERVESCING
PLAIN SODA WATER.
Orders delivered to any part of the
B'Oi: SAX lUeAKCISCO,
Tho now and flue Al steel steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamthip Company, will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on nr about
fclay 6, 1 888.
And will leave for the nbovo port with
mails and passengers on or about that
For freight or passage, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WE G. IRWIN & CO., Agonte
For Sydney and Auckland,
The ucw end fine Al steel Rtcanibhip
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
(Vlay 10, 1888,
And will have prompt dl' patch with
mails and passengeis for the above porta.
For freight or passago, having SU
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IEYIN & CO., Aprents.
New York Line,
An Al vessel will he despatched
this Lino for Honolulu, to lenvo
New iork in-allMay.
For further information apply to
W. H. CROSSMAN & BRO.,
77 & 79 'Broad Street,
CASTLE & COOKE,
PUTT & SCOTT'S
;Mieral Whipping Agency and For
oicn rnreelH Kxnress.
Goods, Parcels, Baggage, Etc., Etc,
Forwarded to and from all parts of
C. O. D. amounts of services collected
in any country.
OarTuvltrti oritntcB on AlilicatIon-S$
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
00 i!8 Merchant Street. tf
WIe Bros: Port. Genii,
Coal Tar, Slocfloli Tar,
F. V. Staples,
Filter Presses,. Sugar Coolers,
F. P. Cloth,
Etc., Etc., Etc,
FOIt KAXr, MY
H. Hackfeld & Go.
Tonsorial Artists, 88 King St.
GXENTLEMKN of Honolulu: Plcaso
T take notice that a neat Barber
Shop has been openod next door to the
restaurant down stairs, 83 King street,
by two of tho best practical Barbers iu
town, Gentlemen aro requested to give
us a trial. We guarantee- satisfaction.
Chlldrcns hair cutting u speciality,''
M. P. JARDIM,
17 lm ANTON JI. LUOB.
Australia! Mail Mca
Island orders solicited.
Hell Tel. 172.
ilulual Tel. 360.
O. Uox 400.
Fire Proof Stone Building,
42 Merchant Street.
General Commission Merchants
General Agency for Ilaw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at BoMon with the Azores
Through tickets gi anted from Honolulu
to all points East.
Merchandise stored and sold on corn
mission. Consignments solioitcd.
Shipping and Custom House Business
Books and Accounts kept and audited.
Legal Documents prepared.
Propel ties leased, rented and sold.
Legal documents drawn.
To Lei No 30 Kinau street; parlor, 3
bedrooms, kitchen, servant's room,
stable, carriage house, garden, etc.
Rent very moderate.
Collago at Waikiki, opposite Sunny
South; large yard, stable, etc. Pos
session on 1st April.
It oil Tel. S4N.
Mutual Tol. 130
P.O. Box 415.
38 Merchant St., Honolulu
General Business Agency.
Conveyancing aSpocialty Hecoidstearch
ed and abstracts of title furnished on
Copying, Translating, and engrossing in all
languages in general uso in tho King,
Custom House brokerage File and Life
Insuiance receive prompt attention.
ACCOUNTS ADJUSTED AND
Skilled aRd Unskilled Labor Furnished.
bought, sold and rented.
Several vnluable properties In and
around Ihe city now for sale on eesy
Convenient Cottages In desirable healthy
locutions in and near the city-to let or
lease ul reasonable rates.
Employment Wantod by several men and
hoys, who will make themselves use
ful in performing the various offices
aud chores required hy private fami
lies. Full particulars given on application
at the agency.
Orders from tho other Islands prompt
ly attended to.
U King st.
74 King st.
Rattan & Reed Furniture.
Pianbs & Furniture
Moyid with Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid,
Fine Upholstering & Bedding
CHAIRS TO RENT.