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HONOLULU CARRIAGE CO.
Hack stand : Merchant unci Fort
street. Telephones, 385.
NOV. 8, 1888.
Sluir Iwaluul for Lnlialna and Ilaina-
kua ot 8 a m
Stmt- Koala for Waianae nndWaialua at
Stair V G Hull for Lnlialna, Maukica,
Konn. Kan and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a m '
The U S S Brooklyn took In a laigo
quantity of piovlslons to-day.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
ANOTHKit engagement, S. and L.
Two men-of-w.irs-nicn had a lively
set-to on the wharf this morning.
Mil. L. J. Loey tv ill hold his re
gular cash mile on Satuiday at 10
Tun Y. M. C. A. singing class, Mr.
A. D. Bisscll instiuctoi, meets this
evening at 7 :I50 o'clock.
At 12:30 to-morrow the annual
meeting of the Union Feed Co. will
bo held at the ollicc, Queen street.
A number of members of Hono
lulu Engine Company No. 1, luivo
been suspended for being in arrears.
Tun U. S. S. Brooklyn will leavo
for homo on Saturday. The tug
Eleu Will tow her out of tho harbor.
At tho meeting of the Debating
Society this evening, the subject
will bo "land mortgages, are they an
On Satuiday evening the annual
meeting of the Hawaiian Itiflo As
sociation will bo held at the Ha
Mn. F. Horn has the thanks of tho
Bui.lhtik staff for a vciy hbeial sup
ply of his excellent ice cie.un and
, . .
A notice to Government school
toachcis appears in another column,
and there-is also :i notice about tui
tion fees at tho Foit street school.
The band pluyed on tho PoBt Of
fice veranda thib morning, a capital
programme of mubiu which was ap
preciated by the business portion of
ii . . . '
One half of the men of H. B. M. S.
Swiftsuro will come ashore on Mon
day, to stietch their legs and take in
the sights. They will be attended
by a picket guaul.
Mk. F. Uorircutcred at the recep
tion on the U. S. S. Brooklyn, and,
as might hate been expected, did
it to tho entiio satisfaction of the
wardroom mess caterei.
On Wednesday at noon, ltev. A. I).
Bisscll spoko to the pupils of Oahu
College on Mission woik in India.
At tho closo lie gave a song and tho
Loids piayoi in tho Hindu language.
The box plan for tho peiformanco
of "Patience" and "The blind beg
gars" Satuiday evening, opons at 1)
o'clock to-morrow morning at the
office of J. E, Brown & Co., Merchant
Fouu mon-of-wais-mon wero in tho
Police dock this morning charged
with drunkenness A native police
man was put on the stand, when ono
of the sailors said, "That's tho
chicken that got me."
Mb. E. A. Jones and Miss Bcllo
Fuller will be united in maniago
this eyoning, at 7 :30 o'clock, at Foit
Street Church. A reception will
follow ut tho rcsidenco of Mr. and
Mrs. P. C. Jones, Nuuanu Avenuo.
''Emeiigencies and how to meet
thorn, will ho tho subject of Dr. F. It.
Day's "practical talk" in the Y. M.
0. A. ball to-morrow ovonijig. Tho
topic is ono upon which every young
man should be well posted. A cor
dial welcomo will bo accorded to all.
A Chinaman who runs a restau
rant, cornor of Morchant and Nuu
anu streets,. was anested this morn
ing by Capt. Laisen on a warrant,
charged with violating tho building
law. Ho has been putting in new
floors and making othor improve
ments. The regular meeting of Honolulu
Engine Co. No. 1 was held last even
ing. Tho most impoitant business
transacted was tho adoption of a re
solution to hold a pay ball on Fri
day evening, Nov. 10th, tho King's
birthday, at tho Rifles Armory. Full
particulars will appear later.
Noirc was suggesting this room
ing to Ollio Swain, delivery clork at
thqTost Office, that ho put a pic
grammo of the business men's hand
concert in each of tho Post Office
boxea. Ollio retaliated by suggest
ing to Nolto that he provide pi pitcd
bills of faro for tho numerous patrons
of his saloon.
I.1, ,1','.!' J,, W"U I ,13
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
M. C, A. singing class,
7 s 30.
Society at usual time
A Honolulu Rifles, at
Knights Touiplnr at 7:20.
At noon to-tlny tlicro was an au
dionco unci presentation at tho Pal
ace. The Minister of Foreign Af
fairs presented to His Majesty tho
King, Major J. II. Wodchouse, II.
B. M.'s Commissioner, who .then
presented Kcar-Atlmiral Algernon C.
R Iloncage, Flag Lieutenant Thos.
U. Thymus and Captain Lncon Hnin
met, of II. B. M.'s Flagship Swift
sure. After Admiral lleneago had retir
ed Major Wodchouso presented, to
the King Mr. T. K. Walker, British
His Majesty was attended on this
occasion by II. II. Prince Kawana-
nakon, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, Mr.
Jas. W. Robeitson, II. M.'s
Chamberlain; Majors J. D.
and II. F. Bcrtclmann.
Tho Royal Household troops were
drawn up on cither sido of tho en
trance to the Palace and tho Royal
Hawaiian band was in attendance.
Tiiuusday, Nov. 8th.
George Ilarrigan, Chas. Ryan,
Win. Casey, Jas. Folly and Mitchel
Burns had to pay the usual amount
A nolle pros, was entered against
Henry Gegory and M. Leonard
charged with malicious injury.
Thos. K. Nathaniel was charged
v ith disorderly conduct and carrying
weapons. Remanded to- the 9th.
SOMETHING TO REMEMBER.
Be sure and do notfoigct that the
box plan for the performance of
"Patience" and "Tho blind beg
gars," on Saturday evening next,
opens to-morrow (Friday) morning
at 9 o'clock sharp, at the office of
J. E. Brown & Co., Merchant street.
Reserved scats in dress circle and
parquette are SI, in balcony 75
cents. Admission to the gallery 50
cents. Another attraction for the
evening Hvill be selections at inter
vals bj' the string orchestra of H.
B. M.'s Flagship Swiftsure.
A YOUNG HAWAIIAN'S ANTICS.
Two charges were entered against
Thos. Nathaniel in the Police Court
this morning, viz., carrying a dead
ly weapon and disordeily conduct.
The young man who has been act
ing very strange of late, was round
on, tho streets yesterday dressed in
hunting costume, carrying a double
ban el gun which was loaded. lie
also can led a belt filled with cart
ridges i nd in his hip pocket was a
dead dove. After some talk be
tween Judge Dayton and Nathan
iel's counsel as to the best course
to be pursued with regard to tlie
futnie care of the young man, who
evidently shows signs of not being
in his right mind, the two cases
were continued to Fiiday.
His Excellency the Miuister of
Inteiior while at the Coast visited
Santa Cruz, expiessly for tho pur
pose of inspocting the bituminous
pavement mentioned in these col
umns a short time aao. His Excel
lency states he has made arrange
ments with the company in San
Fiancisco to send some of it Iieie,
as he looks upon it as one of the
cheapest and most endurable kind
of pavements. That at Santa Cm,
has been laid many years and is
just as good to-day as when first
put down. It does not wear away.
The Minister lud also some con
versation with the Oceanic Steam
ship Company, tho result of which
will be that the islands in the near
future will have nn improved mail
service withSan Francisco.
The reception and dance given
by the Captain and Officers of the
U. S. S. Brooklyn yesterday, was a
most brilliant affair. The vessel
was beautifully decorated with flags,
flowers and evergreens, presenting a
fairy-liko appearance. Captain Wil
son and olllcers did all in their
'power for the comfort of their
guests. The Brooklyn's band play
ed for danoing, und Bandmaster
Berger was also present enlivening
the procepdings with a detachment
of tho Hawaiian band, who gave
Among those present wero no
ticed Their Majesties the King and
Queen, Princess Kaiulani, Prince
Kawananakoa, Hon. A. S. Cleghorn,
Admiral Ilencagc, Captain Ilummet
and Olllcers of II. B. M. Flagship
Swiftsuro, His Ex. Geo. V. Mer
rill, U. S. Minister Resident; Major
J. II. Wodehouse, II. B. M.'s Com
missioner ; the Officers of 11. B. M,
S. Cormorant and U. S. S. Alert,
Hon. J. II. Putnam, U. S. Consul
Gencral"; Members of the Consular
Corps and a largo number of our
most prominent citizens.
CAUSES OF DYSPEPSIA.
A distinguished physician lately
announced that one reason why so
many people have tho dyspepsia in
this city is becauso they havo no
sympathy at tho table, They eat
alone at restaurants, and devour
their food like wild beasts, instead
of sitting at the table with their fam
ilies where their sympathy would ho
called into healthful activity, and
whore they would cat like human
beings. There may be something in
this idea. At any rate, it would bo
no harm to test it. N. J. Ledger,
TF YOU"T6slT3IANYTH ING,
JL advertise it iu tho Daily Huluctoj
By Carrier Pigeons.
Tho cable between Honolulu and
the outside world not having been In
an operating condition since the day
of tho Presidential election, as soon
as the lcsult of the contest was
known in San Francisco, carrier
pigeons wcic despatched with tho
news to the Bulletin oillce. Two
messages havo been received; but
they do not harmonize ono gives
the victory to the Republicans, the
othor to the Democrats. This may
be accounted for by tho fact that
they come from two different
sources. It is hard to say which is
correct. Thoso of our staff who
havo Democratic sympathies say
that tho Democratic message is 0.
K., butotheis of the staff with Re
publican leanings assert that the
Republican' message is undeniable.
Our readers can take which ever
suits their taste. Following aio the
To the bulletin.
Republican Head Quarters, 10:30
a. m. o'clock, Nov. 7. Harrison
gone in flying. Cleveland hadn't a
ghost of a show. All tho doubtful
States went Republicau.
To the Bulletin.
Democratic Head Quarters, 10 :30
o'clock, a. in, Nov. 7. I told you
so. Cleveland is again President.
Had a walk over, llairison a mile
behind. Talk about nip-and-tuck,
there was no nip-and-tuck about it.
The country is jubilant.
Mr. C. II. White, teacher in the
Royal School, has been appointed
by the Board of Education to take
charge of the new school at Kaulu
wcla, School street. Mrs. M. A.
Wood, at present one of the staff
of the Pohukaina Girls' school, will
be tiansfeired to the school at Kau
luwola as assistant; and Miss Zoe
Atkinson will take Mrs. Wood's
piaco at the Pohukaina school.
- Miss Kate Mclntyic has been ap
pointed a teacher in tho Royal
Mr. II. W. Peck B. A., a teacher
with the highest references who ar
rived on the last steamer from the
Coast, ha3 been appointed vice
principal of the Royal school.
THE WAY THEY MANAGE IT.
In the San Fiancisco Bulletin of
Oct. 3r"d, appears a letter written
and sent from Honolulu, in icgard
to the etent of the conspiracy to
foice Cnunniin into the United
States. The letter leads as follows:
"1 would like to know how Chi
nese from here can enter San Fran
cUeo. I mean those who havo
never been in the United States be
lore. Only this week I drew a check
for 100 for my Chinese cook, and he
informed uio it was to send his
young brother to San Francisco I
tiied to niguo the point with him,
hut he gave me to undei stand that
I did not know anything about the
matter, and that a Chinese Hun in
Honolulu guaranteed to put any
Chinaman safely in San Francisco
fgr $100, or money ieturned. Ho
said that the merchant in Hono
lulu got 25, one in San Fiancisco
$25, and a big lawyer in San Fran
cisco &25, $22 50 for passage, and
the balance, 2 50, goes to pay foi
exchange on the usual basis ; and
they are leaving here in huge num
bers. I know that my cook's
brother only came fioni China three
years ago, and first worked for inc.
He is only about eighteen years old
now, and is a bad egg. I wish you
could throw a little light on this
subjoct for me, for it makes mo feci
like denying my country to have the
English and Gciman citizens of this
country laughing at the way Ame
rican law is carried out. It seems
to mo that tho almighty dollar can
catch those in high places as well as
those in low."
IS MARRIACE A FAILURE?
The London "Telegraph" has
wound up its long series of columns
of letters wrjtten in reply to the
question "Is Marriage a Failure?"
Tho paper has received 27,000 let
ters on the subject, and, while most
of them wero inconsequent, tho
"Telegraph's" conclusions, drawn
from the mass of them, probably
expresses flirty well tho English
idea. It says: The concensus of
letters is overwhelmingly stiong
against early marriages. Our laws
ought, we think, to forbid mariioge
to young men under twenty-one and
to young women under nineteen.
Among tho working classes espe
cially this would produce, wo be
lieve, .in excellent effect. Then,
also, it is clear to ourinind that the
law of divorce must be enlarged to
permit dissolution of marriage for
desertion, for lunacy, for confirmed
inebriety, for conviction of disgrace
ful crimes, as likewise for estab
lished incompatibility of temper and
temperament, such as a just and
prudent judge would admit to be
adequate. That the marriage ser
vice as it stands also calls for alter
ation has been abundantly demon
strated by these letteis, and tho
sooner his Graco tho Prima(o finishes
with tho Athanusiuu creed and turns
attention to passages in that seivico
which shock young minds and dis-
conceit older ones, tho
rpHE ONLY LIVE PAPER ia
X Houolulu 'Tint Ually Dullctin.
SO cants per month.
SHAKESPEARE'S ADVICE TO CIRLS.
Shakespcaic's advico to girls
about the selection of a husband is
tho best in print, without oxecpting
poor Richard and Hannah Moore.
'JDear Kato, tako n fellow of plain
and uncoined constancy, for he,
perforce, must do thee right, be
cause ho had not the gift to woo in
other places; for theso fellows of
infinite tongue, that can rhyme them
selves into ladies' favors, they do
always reason themselves out again.
What, a speaker is but a prater ; it
rhyinc is but a ballad. A good leg
will fail ; a straight back will stoop ;
a black beard will turn white; a
curled pate will grow bald, a full
eye will wax hollow ; but a good
heart, Kate, is tho sun and moon,
or rather the sun,and not the moon,
for it shines and novcr changes, but
keeps its course truly." Omaha
ANTIDOTES FOR POISONOUS CHEMI
CALS. Many serious accidents, says the
3foniteur des Produits Ohirniiues,
happen in conscquonco of a loss of
lime in tho application of remedies
in tho case or absoi ption of, or burn
ing by, such poisonous chemical
products as are commonly employed
in the industries. The following
antidotes arc recommended :
1. For phonic, sulphuric, muria
tic, nitric or nitro-muriatic acids,
creosote, tincture of iodine, or phos
phorus, use the white of an egg well
beaten up in water, and a teaspoon
ful of mustard in warm water. In
case sulphuric, "nitric," or muriatic
acid baa been swallowed, it is ncces
saiy to tako lime mixed with as
small a quantity of water as possi
2. For chromic acid, the cbro
matcs, and colors that have chroni
utn for a base, tho compounds of
copper, and such preparations as
have antimony for a base, (such as
tartar umctic,) und tho compounds
of mercury and zinc, use tho whites
of eggs in abundance, and, as an
emetic, mustard, which, however,
is useless if the poisoning has been
done by tartar emetic.
3. For ammonia, soda, potassa,
the silicates, and the alkaline hydro
sulphates, use lincgar, and after
ward oil or milk.
1. For prussic acid audits salts,
the cyanides of potassium and mer
cury, the sulphoeyanidcs, oil of bit
ter almonds', or uiliohenino, pour
water on thejpatient's head or spinal
column, and put mustaid plasters
on the soles of the feet and the sto
mach. Do not let the patient go to
5. For ether, petroleum, ben
zole, fi nit essences, and concentra
ted alcohol, take strong mustard as
an emetic, with much .warm water,
cold baths, and fiesh air. Keep the
0'. For the compounds of baryta
or lead, use mustard as emetic, with
much warm water, Epsom salts or
Glauber's salts in water.
7. For arsenic and its compounds,
use mustard, and dialyzed iron with
magnesia, and afterward oil, milk
or mucilaginous liquids
8. For oxalic acid and its
use lime or lime water, and
waul castor oil.
9. For nitrate of silvei, use kitch
en salt dissolved in water, and mus
tard as an emetic.
10. For the nitrous fumes fiom
tho manufacture of nitrate of iron,
or of sulphuric acid, take acetic
acid, as strong as can he endured,
in small quantities at a time.
IN consequence of the noiso ucce8iry
in running a II ilk Shake, tlie uiidfi.
Mgneil bogs to iiilorm tho public tliul
hereafter nt hand concert", etc , he will
be prepared to furnixh a (superior urticlu
of co Cream from the wugou instead of
Milk Shukes iib herulnforu.
02 2t J. L. LEVISON.
MY wife, Kllziibuth Harvey, Iiavlns
left her home and child, without
any warning or provocation; tho public
arc hereby cautioned ngnlnst giving her
any goodB, or crtdit on my account,
after this date.
FRANK It. HARVEY.
Honolulu, Nov. 5, 1S88. 9031
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
rpiIE underfilled having been duly
X appointed and qualified its Admin,
i-ti.itcrs with the will imnexed of tho
IMutc of Samuel Gardner Wilder, late
of Honolulu, deceiibcd; hereby notify
all persons having claims ugainst Biiid
deceased to pieeent the same, duly au
thuntlcatcd, with tho proper vouchers If
any exist, even if secured by mortgage,
to Win. !'. Allen, Esq., ot the Hank of
liUhop & Co,, Houolulu, within nix
months from this data or they will bo
forever hatred. A. P. JUDD,
W. P. ALLKN",
Admiutstraters with the Will annexed
of the Estate of S. G. Wilder, de.
Honolulu, October 1 T, 1888. 70 lm
Election of Oflicers.
VTOTIOE Is hereby given Hint at a
Xl meeting of tho stockholders o the
Uiiwnilsiii Fruit & Turo Co. huld In Wal.
luku.Muui, October (, 1888, thu follow,
hiu' ofllceru were elected for the eusu.
John Richardson President,
J.D. Holt Vice President,
W. H. Daniels &
A. N. Kcpolkai..,,., Auditor,
W. II. DANIELS,
Walluku, Maul, Oct. B, 1888. 0G 6w
MUHIO furnished for balls, parties
and scrcnudes by Palmer's String
Dund. Ordure left at O. E. Williams,
or ring up Mutual Telephone $8G. Ii XI
JfoHtti under thl$ head art etiargtd 10 null
per Untof thtfirtt inttrthn, and 6 cent! per lint
ctery additional Ituertion.
YAJTS BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Hear nf LucaV Mill.
Life Insurance Go.,
OP NEW YORK.
Cih Astett, Docombor31, 1807
Thoso who dcslro safe and profitable
Life Inaurnucc are invited to apply to
Honolulu, General Agent, Ilawniinu
Islands. ocU0 88.1y
MAKE ROOM FOR
During Mr. Fishol's absence, who
went East to buy bis Holiday
Goods, our cntiie stock of
Fancy Clothing, Shoos, Hats &.
Caps, aiilllncry, A.c,
Will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
In order to make room for New
Goods. We will offer the
.biggest Baigains in
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
In this country.
Our .115 Hats will he sold for $2.75;
Our $6 Hats will be Rold for $3.75 ;
Our $3 Hats will he Bold for $1.75 ;
Our $10 Hats will bo sold for $0.00 ;
Our $15 Hots will bo sold for $8.75.
We m Remnants
' In all Denartments !
Goods will be slaughtered for
THIRTY DAYS ONLY.
Boys' Fino Straw Hats only 25
Our Linen Lawns tako the cake.
Price our Eibbons !
Oui stock of Ribbons is complete and
ou may expect bargains.
We Must and we Will sell in order to
make room foi New Goods.
CHAS. J. FISHEL.
Corner of Fort & Hotol Streols.
SUGAR PLANT !
Tuo Entire Plant ot the
Is otlered For Sale. The Machinery
is in perfect working order
and consist of
Ono 26x48 Mill with Engine,
Train-carrier, Etc., complete,
1 Pair ol Boilers Gx2u,
t Double Effect 6 and 7 feet Pant,
1 Vacuum Pan 0 feet with Blake Pump,
3 Weston Centrifugals and Engine,
Together with the usual assortment of
Clarillers, Clean'g Pans, Coolers
And other Machinery ueuaily found
in a well nppointed mill.
Also, anumher of
Cane Carts & Qcn'l Plantation
Delivery will ho given after next crop
hits been harvested, eay about July l.
tSrVox further particulars apply to
Manager Htar Mill, KohuU, Hawaii.
G3 & 05 FORT STREET.
NEW GOODS I-KMK3?- NEW GOODS Wj
The ladies aie invited to inspect our
NEW S'XOVte of ItV UOOI.S & FAXCV GOODS
Received by last steamer and personally selected hy Mr. 8. Ehrlich. The
stock comprises many novelties in ovcry department.
Prices are lied Kock. A largo assortment of
XPi'Gtsts oods in 511 IVsv Sliad. I
Embroidcilcs, Laces & Oriental Lace, Flouncing,
Fancy Flannels, Flannclctto, Trinot & Ladies' Cloth, etc.
Large Assort. In Dross Giugbams, Seersuckers, Linen, Chambray & Cheiiots.
ISow aVovoltiow iu L,ulio' JbSox-lin tHUa.yrlm I
Ladies' Ciissewero Scarf Shawls in all shades,
IIoiciy, Cortoti fc Undorware at low prices
Fancy Surrah Silk and Fancy Velvets I
We call particular attention to our Shoo Department.
A Full Line or lindlcn' French Kid Button Hkeoo,
A Full Lino of Gont'H Shoe.
hi!drcn'M French liid Shoes nt Hod Kock Price a.
In all Widtlis, Colois fe Shades. Great Bargains in
Boys' and Children's Clothing !
Gent's Bathing Suits at $1.50 a Suit.
G3 & G5 Fort; Btreet.
!yrnf Hii rw1"
EJO-.W &c COMPANY.
lent s mmmm ioods, &o.
To lie foiflii arte in tie finite!
DeMie to inform his many friends and
the public of Honolulu in general,
Ui. i' ho litis ptiiohtiflLd the
HONOLULU STEAM LAUNDRY
No expanse has been rpnrcd in com
pktely renovating this establishment.
White labor only will bo tmpiojcd
as much hh possible.
Strict attention will be paid to wash
ing, to ns to prevent all Hough Wear or
Usage while uudurgomg tlie cleaning
Special terms for Families, Hotels,
Itestnurunts, JLodgiuB-hfnues and bblp
phur. Small repairs will be done free
of charge. Washing Mill be called for
and (iollveied free of charge ut any pait
Uimranti-M tatinfacllon and no more
cotnplainu to be heard fioni patrons.
Otvo u a trial anil be convinceJ that
wo mum biulness. Hell Telephone 100.
Oltlci-, QuLen btrsU; Walkiltl bide of
Hackfeld & Co. Bell Telephone 308.
HOUSE to LET.
npilK House and l'reinifes
X lately occupied by W. S.
Luce, .Hen., sltuato on Union
street and Adams Luno, Tlie House
contains parlor, ii bedroome, 2 dreading,
rooms, hallway, dining room, pantry anil
kitchen Tht.ro is uUu a Cn.tage hi the
grounds with Ii rooms, stable, carriage.
I101160 and sonant's mini, The place is
in perfect oiihr. l'cjscialon given at
onto Apply to
J. M. IIONSARKAT,
87 tf N o. 27 Mvrchunt strict.
I Jf answer to Boveral euqiililcs con
cerning Whale Boat tfiaiiies, ve
have now in courso of construction,
:i Whalo Bout Fianii's 74 feet by 3a feet
long. T'licso frames are bent hi ouo
piece of oak, und held to shape, thus
lenulrltur little tact to set them up and
build. Tho full frame for such boats,
Including cants, 45 Ructions iu number,
is sold at $28; with huge stems on Lel,
and ready to plank fclO. They aio not
Intended to be clinker built, nor as. thu
hull impoited whalo boats pi opcr, hut
are Intended for lough use and durabi
lity, yet light withal, for ilshlng and
tiudlnjr puiposcs. Wo huo exported
these frames and Intend doing wo, and
niiiko this offer to amateurs and others
desirous of trying their hand, with
plenty of lelsiuu and small cash to niako
a business. Will bend frames to any
given model from 5 to 25 tons. Aluo on
hand for sale Siufaud Pleasure Boats,
fitunis, Knees and Timbers. Mutual
Telephone Ho U25.
DOWER & SOX.
75 U, Boat Jitiildtrii,
LANDS FOR LEASE.
XATtTlES desiring Good
louse Lots and AvrU
cultural Lands may inquire
of the undersigned:
There are 10 House Lots at Hamohi.tno. l
Waikiki ; 0 of these being near the Gov- -n
crnmeni ronu ami close to tlie sea btacu.
1 Homo Lot at Palolo, Oahu.
1 House Lot at Kauluwula, Oahu.
1 Lot, u beautiful grove of trees on the
banks of a niuning stream above tho
falls of Waikalialulu, and includinn the
1 Land at Hauula, Oahu.
1 Laud at J3wu, Oahu.
4 Lots at Polani, Lalmlna, Maui.
1 Lnnd ut Mahiku, Maul.
I Land at Huniakiia, Hawaii.
STTho abovo Lunds will ho leased
for tho term of 10 to 15 earv Apply
to J. HELTLUIJE,
Honolulu, October 25. 188. bl 2w
ONE flnu Milch Cow
price, $100. Apply
at tho Bulletin Office.
91 8td oaw
DURINQ the temporary absence of
our Mr. Win. G. Irwin from this
Kingdom Mr. Frank P. Hnstingt will
act lor our bank in all matters of busl
ness. GLAUS SPRECKELS & CO.
Honolulu, Oct. &1, 18S8. 7J aw
DURING the temporary absence of
-.r, ,our !,ir )m- Q' Irwln frm thiB
Kingdom Mr. W, M, Gillard will act for
our tirrn undcrpower of attorney.
mi. g. irwin is co. ,
Honolulu, Oct. 24, 1888. 79 sr
AT tho King's Stable,
on King street, Pi
lama, 0 good work Mules
and Harness all complete,
well broke; bIso 6 head of good Arnerl.
can Horses; aUoU fresh young Jersey
Cow, well broke to milking; I tiro year
old Norman Btalllon with a good pedl.
grte, a suro foal getter, antlanyjndy
can drive him, fears nothing; Anyone
wishing to puiehaso pleau call und
finmlutj Btock. I have owutd the stock
sometime and have raised some of It
on my own ranch In Hhu Mateo Cimtv.
Oal. HENRY AYORMINGTON.
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