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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1893. SIX PAGES.
A LITTLE TOO PREVIOUS.
NEW UNIFORMS FOR
Members of Liliuokalani s Ex Household
Troops Said to be Purchasing
Some excitement was created in the
secret session of the Councils yester
day afternoon by the announcement
of one of the Councilmen that a
number of new uniforms were being
made for members of the ex Queen's
guards or household troops, the state
went being, so it is said, that
some thirty or forty of these new uni
forms had been distributed within
the last few days. A Star reporter
was detailed to investigate the
matter this morning and the result of
his inquiries is as follows :
Several persons with whom the re
porter talked had heard that such was
the case, but could not verify it. Some
had heard that the suits were' being
made by C. T. Akana and others that
W. Ahana was doing the work. One
individual informed the reporter that
he was certain that Akana was the
man, and that he had thirteen men
in his employ who were working night
and day on these suits. A visit to
Akana's store, however, did not show
this to be the case, on the surface at
east, as only three tailors were in sight.
Mr. Akana claims that he is not ding
any military work now, and has not
done any for a year or more ; not be
cause he does not want to, but because
most of his customers are Royalists
and they have only needed plain clothes
lately. The Chinaman said he used
to get a good deal of military work
from Cornwell, Bertleman and others
under the old regime, but had done
none since, and was not doing any
now. There were certainly no signs of
any about the store, although the work
might have been carried on upstairs for
all the reporter could find out.
A visit was next paid to the store of
VV. Ahana, who bears the reputation of
being a more than ordinary smart and
close-mouthed business man Here
there were uniforms galore in all stages
of making and repair, but they were
United States uniforms belonging to
various officers of the warships in port.
In conversation with the reporter the
proprietor said that he made a specialty
of military work and did a large busi
ness with naval officers, but was not
communicative on the subject of local
work, except that he was two weeks in
arrears with his orders in spite of the
large number of men he employed.
He was willing to take the repoiter's
measure for a military or any other suit,
to be finished in two weeks, but he
had no time to talk.
Further investigations by the reporter
led to the discovery of the fact that
as to uniforms some of the mem
bers of Liliuokalani's ex-body guard
and other retainers are being furnished
with new pants and coats of white
duck, and that about some forty of
them have been so supplied up to the
present time. Some of the buys have
made no bones about talking over the
matter and openly say that they have
been equipped with these new clothes
in order to make a presentable appear
ance at the ex-Queens restoration.
The suits are said to have been made
by contract at $3 apiece by Ahana,
and it is presumed that he has
been smart enough to get his pay in
This information reaches us from
native sources which are wholly
SUPREME COURT DECISION.
The Circuit Court Sustained in Two
The Suoreme Court has liled a
decision in the case of Kualana (w) vs.
Yong Young, in which it is held that
the contention of the defendant that
his plea of title should be sustained
and that the District Court had not
jurisdiction to hear the case, did not
obviate the necessity of his filing the
bond required by the statute, it appear
ing that the case was one within the
jurisdiction of the District Court under
the statute for summary proceedings to
recover possession of land. The
Court, in an opinion written by Chief
Justice Judd, sustains the decision of
the trial Judge, ordering that the ver
diet be set aside and that a nw trial
be had, and overrules the exceptions
In the case of Maria Kaamaana vs
Keahi (w), Mahoe (w) and Kauakanui
her husband, the court refuses to re
verse an order of the lower court set
ting aside the verdict and ordering a
new trial, on the ground of misconduct
of the jury, certain jurors having held
conversations with part'es, defendant
showinir hostility towards them. In
the opinion, written by Judge Bicker
ton, the court considers that consider
able weight should be given in these
cases to to the opinion and decision of
the trial judge, who has every facility
to observe the actions of parties, wit
nesses and jurors during the progress
of the trial, and the incidents and cir
cumstances surrounding the case, and
therefore, sustains the decision of the
trial judge ordering that the verdict be
set aside and that a new trial ne nau
Separation Judge Whiting
Holds a Session.
Phebe Harrison has brought suit
against John Harrison for a judicial
separation on the grounds Of intemper
ance and ill treatment, and upon the
return of service of summons yesterday
Judge Whiting made an order that the
defendant pay into Court $22 as a cost
In the case of Medeiros vs. Howler
I stipulation has been filed that the case
may be placed on the calender and
heard by Judge Cooper in vacation.
Judge Cooper has been occupied
during the day in hearing the case of
Dowager Queen Kapiulani vs. S. W.
Mahelona, but it was not concluded
and the hearing will be resumed to
In Judge Whitings' ('ourt, in the
matter of the guardianship of the Hall
minors, the guardian's petition to sell
real estate was granted.
In the matter of the guardianship ol
the Cong minors, the guardian's ac
count and master's report were allowed
and confirmed and the shave of two
f the minors who have attained their
majority was set aiart. 1 lie guardian s
bond was decreased to $15,000
In the estate of C. . Hanley the
temporary administrator s accounts
were approved and he was ordered to
turn over the balance in his hands to
the administrator under the will.
COURT OF INQUIRY
Exonerates Captain Stott and Restores
It is reported that the naval court of
inquiry, convened to inquire into Hie
cause of the stranding of the Miowera,
has come to a decision which exoner
ates Captain Stott from all blame in
the matter, and that his certificate as
master has been returned to him in
accordance therewith. Captain Mist
was asked at noon if such was the case,
and if a copy of the findings could be
had for publication. In reply he stated
that he had nothing to say about the
matter until the findings had been pre
pared and signed, which would be
sometime during the afternoon, and
that afterwards the findings would be
given to the press. It would seem
from Captain Mist's statement that one
of the Star's contemporaries has been
a little previous in publishing the result
of the findings, or that some of the
members of the board of inquiry have
not kept as close a mouth as Captain
Concert at Makee Island.
The Hawaiian band will give a moon
light concert to-night at Makee Island,
commencing at 7:30. The following
program has been arranged by Professor
1. March "Seven Silurians" Mlllocker
2. Overture "Foel and Peasant ' (by re
3. Cornel Polka--"Palace Bugler" (by re
4. Selection -"Buheniian Girl" (by re
Medley "American Airs".' Beyer
Ballad "Scotch Lassie- Jean" Stuart
Walli "New Melodies" (by request)
March -".High School Cadets" (by
Sailors' Day Aboard Ship.
The men of the Philadelphia are
preparing to have a blow-out on the
28th of this month. In the forenoon
there will be aquatic sports, including
a boat race with the crew of the Adams
and in the afternoon there will be a
feast and dancing with the Adams men
Death of Little Ethel Cassidy.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cassidy's little
girl, Ethel, died this morning at 1 1
clock, aged two years and five months,
untral to-morrow at 10 o'clock from
the Electric Light Station.
The Local Price of Opium.
1 he BUlUttll states that opium in
the looal market is worth but $5 a tin
Within three days, however, it has been
quoted by a Chinese agent at $40. He
approached a white man offering that
price for a consignment.
Sound Sense From Samoa.
When Hawaii is offered to (Ireat
Britain upon the same terms as to the
United States, up will go her Hag, and
no lsntisii mount win nam it oown
ither Americans who want United
States people to live on shore, "and
never go to sea," won't care; but peo
pie who are lo .king to the future of
American commerce feel as if the
present attitude ef the United States
toward Hawaii is perpendicularly asi
nine. Samuti Herald.
The Harmless Terror of the Bed Room
The Woodland, Cal., Mail has
letter from Vernon J slvn, under
recent Honolulu date, in which he
says : "1 had a bad scare last night
from a large spidtr. He was on my
bed, and it is not stretching it to say
that his body was as big as my fist, so
you can think how 1 felt about getting
into bed with him in it I could m
c.ilch him to kill him, and it is lucky
that I did not, loo, for when I got u
in the morning I was well laughed at
I find that they 'ire :s harmless as
lamb and that they live on mosquitoes
On the Iudex-Expurgatorius
Mi. Stevenson's book on the recent
Samoan troubles, which he called
Foot-Doit to History," has been burned
in Germany, and lauchmtx, who pub
lished it. has been heavily fined. The
author's narrative was severely critic
The Duke of Westminster owns by
far the most valuable collection of plate
Of any person in England. A special
servant is engaged to do nothing but
guard it and see that it kept in good
condition. For this duty he is paid
$3600 a year.
GERTZ GOES TO PRISON
THE SUPREME COURT
The Law Must Take Its Course,
Although Much Sympathy is Ex
pressed for the Old Man.
The Supreme Court this morning
handed down a long decision in the
case of The Provisional (iovernment of
the Hawaiian Islands vs. Christian
Oertz. The opinion is written by
Justice l iear and concurred in by
Chief Justice Judd and Justice Bicker-
lon. It covers eight pages of type
writing which, condensed into a few
words, decides that Christian icrtz
must serve out his sentence of six
months at hard labor and pay the fine
of $500 imposed by Judge Whiting.
The legal points decided 111 the case
It is not a ground for a new trial,
that a jury was drawn against the objec
tion of the defendant from the re
mainder of the regular panel after the
nanus of twelve jurors who were sitting
in another case had been withdrawn by
order of the Court, no prejudice being
shown to have resulted therefrom to
Section 9, Chapter I, VI, laws ol
1892, does not give the defendant the
right to the closing argument when he
presents no evidence.
Instructions need not be given in
the form requested, if as given they
correctly state the law and cover the
The unexplained presence of opium
in a case of goods imported by the
defendant is evidence from which the
jury may infer an intent on the part of
the defendant to import the opium.
Making an entry of goods and de
scribing the goods as exempt from duty
and as importer' by the steamer Aus-
alia from San Francisco is evidence
om which the jury may infer that
the steamer came from a foreign port
In accordance with the above decis
n, the clerk ot the supreme Court
issued a iiiitlinuis or warrant to the
Marshal commanding him to take
Christian (lertz into custody
out his sentence.
THE NEW STAMP ISSUES.
Proposal of James Steiner for a Popular
Kui ioR Star : I've noticed that
our worthy Postmaster General has in
ked tenders to our art loving popula
tion to get him up some suitable de
signs for the 6 varieties of new postage
stamps that we are to have very soon;
as the Philatelists and stamps speculat
ors are buying up the P. O.. stamps at
an alarmingly fast rate. Let me add
that the handsome amount of ten dol
lars for each design that finds approval
with the authorities has been allowed.
w we've really hard times and the
HolomWX says there's no surplus in the
reasury; why not be economical and
save that $60 altogether. That's too
much anyway fur art work.
I m a stamp fiend myself and have
been since I was a little boy. I like
pretty stamps and so do thousands of
other stamp collectors. I m also a
atriotic citizen of Hawaii nei and this
is my plan lo get up a nice set ot typ-
al Hawaiian stamps without inviting
tenders, that look ridiculously small in
award of price and merit.
It is a well kn' wn fact that mi st
ountrles nowadays have the likeness
of their Emperor, King, Oieen or
'resident on the face of their stamps.
In oldeji lime-, the aljrte Sim to put
the value of a stamp in big bold figures
on its lace; that was a very sensible
and practical idea, but not beautiful to
ook at. Emperors, Kings, Queens,
and Presidents are mortal beings like
the rest of us. They are here to-day
mt may not be tO'tttotrow. The Ha
waiian islands n ive advertised tneir
Kings and Queens on stamps from 1852
up to date; that's long tnough. Scenes
that are bright and charming on paper
have a lasting effect on the human
mir.d; they create a desire to see them
in person some day.
We are always advertising in a very
expensive way our beautiful scenery,
volcanoes ami other attractions to get
the tide of the tourist travel here.
My plan is to select half a dozen
nice typical Hawaiian photograpns,
such as Waikiki beach, Hilo bay, Ho
nolulu harbor, the Volcano, Cocoanut
grove, Rainbow falls, Executive build
ing, Bishop museum etc., send these
pictures to New Yoik and the N Y.
Bank Note Co., will do the rest. Maile
Leis, Coco Palms, Bananas, Pineapples,
Sugar Cane, Coffee and Rice plants
would serve nicely as ornamental bora
era to our future stamps.
Such picturesque designs 011 our
stamps would advertise the whole tsl
ands in a very effective manner free
and to everybody's benefit. One of
our former P.M. G, has already start
ed out in that line. On the stamped
envelopes and the 2 cents postal cards,
they look very neat. I his advice is
given in the kindliest of feelings ar.d
free of charge, and I sincerely hope it
commend itself to the authorities.
Yours very truly,
Honolulu H. I., Oct. 20, 1893.
ABOUT HARRY PUTTHUFF
Did He shoot Himself in the Head or
Amonu the visiiots lo the Police
Station yesterday evening was Harry
Putthuff, who iljiuied he was shot in
ihe head and wanted assistant e Dr
t'ooper was called and dressed Un
wound, which was a glancing one icross
the tempie, and the man was pin 10 bed
He was evidently very drunk and in
a rambling statement accused his friend
Carlson of shooting him. Carlson was
arrested, and at once gave a plain
straightforward statement of what he
knew of the affair; which was that he
had put Putthuff to bed some time be
fore very drunk, and that the
next time he saw him he
was standing on the poirh and
bleeding profusely from a wound in the
This morning when Putthuff woke
up he had no recollection of the occur
rence, did not even know whether he
shot himself or not. Dr. Cooper could
not tell from the nature of the wound
whether it was caused by a pistol ball or
by some other means, and as the man
was not much hurt anyway he was
turned loose. It is generally supposed
that he fell out of bed while drunk and
struck his head against a piece of fur
niture. He will be all riht when ht
gets sober, with the exception of a sore
head for a few days.
NEWS IN A NUTSHELL.
Mills' txtquatut was not issued until
Much disappointment was expressed
that the Monowai remained in port
such a short time.
Do not forget Robert Louil Steven
son's "informal talk" at Y. M. C. A.
hall to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock.
A. T. Atkinson, Superintendent of
Schools, left on the W. G. Hall to day
for a trip to Maui and Hawaii on busi
ness connected with his office.
Mr. Goldberg has just received a
consignment of fashionable shoes,
which he is selling at reduced rates.
Go and see.
In a notice which appears in the
"By Authority" column, the public is
notified that President Dole has re
sumed his duties as President, Min
ister of Foreign Affairs and Chairman
of the Councils.
The Monowai had on board ten
boxes of specie, containing $250,000,
shipped by the Bank of New Zealand to
The usual Foreign Office notice
concerning the appointment and recog
nition of the American Consul-General
appears in the "By Authority" column
The sailor who was so terribly injured
by being struck with a coal bucket on
the Paul Isenberg died at the hospital
Rev. Eric Lewis came on the Mono
wai. His baggage is marked "In Her
Majesty's Service," and it is said that
he is engaged in meteorological work
for the British tiovernment.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Hawaiian Mission C hildren's Socicly
will be held at the residence of J. B.
Atherton to-morrow evening, Saturday,
Oct. 21st, at 7:30 o'clock.
G. W. Macfarlane
has gone to the
Mrs. Stevenson came up from Samoa
on the Monowai.
T. H. Davies will arrive on the San
Francisco steamer next week.
General A. S. Hartweil left on the
Monowai for a short business tup to
Mrs. B. C. Cahoon, who has been
visitine Mrs. Dr. Lundy tor some
weeks, left on the Monowai.
f, Q. Wood, formerly of Punahou
has been interviewed at length by the
Minneapolis limes on Hawaiian aflairs
Mrs. Dr. Wood and child have gone
to the Coast on a short visit. Mrs
Wood will spend most of the time with
relations 111 San Jose.
Purser Keith of the Monowai w
compelltd to remain over in Sydney on
account of ill health. His duties aie
being performed by P. Fenwick.
BITS OF INFORMATION.
Venice is built on eighty islands.
White is the color ol grief in China,
apan and Slam,
The Egyptians attribute the invention
of beer to Osiris.
The Austrian navy has 129 ships,
411 guns and 8,740 men.
It takes 12,000 microbes to furm
procession an inch long.
As a rule a man's hair tuins gray live
years sooner than a woman s.
About 750 languages are said to
spoken on this continent.
The first American counterfeiter,
far as known, was one William Bue
Recruits lor the ( nniese anry an
not accepted unless tin -y can ju ,i
ditch six feet wide.
Kiel estimates the surface of the
lungs at 150 square feet, or ten ti'iies
that of the external body.
A gentleman must kiss every lady Ik-
is introduced to in Paraguay. It is the
iistom of the country.
The name "milliner" really nienni
"Milaner," the first lnl trimmers in
England having been ladiea from Milan
In manufacturing o upations tin-
lite, of soap-boilers is the highest and
that of grindstone makers the ihortcst.
The first painting was done in Egypt,
H. C. 2100, by command of King
Osywandyas, to commemorate his
The highest death rales from Blight's
disease are in Shanghai, 150 per 1000;
l iankfort, ijo, and Amsterdam, 120.
The longest artificial water couise in
the world is the bengal Canal, yoo
miles; the next is Erie, 36 v E;n h
ci st neatly $10,000,000.
The largest photograph in the world
is 17 feet by 50 Incite. It is of a
telicl map ol the United States, show
ing the petroleum districts.
FLOTSAM AM) JETSAM.
An Injured Seaman Dies The W. G.
Hall Sails A Sizable shark Some
The Norwegian ship Bene msfleld
was aground this morning near the
Railroad wharf, and considerable diffi
culty was had in tcrnoving her from hei
berth in ihc mud, where the last high
tide left her. Ily the use of many lines
and what assistance the tug rendered
Captain Fuller finally succeeded in
hauling her alongside the dock, where
her coal will be discharged.
The statement to-day to the effect
that a contract had been let for the
removal of the Miowera from the reef,
has again opened the flood gates of light,
lurid and entertaining fiction on the
water Iront, and this moining everyone
was telling or listening to stories
descriptive of how ships 111 much worse
predicaments than the Mioweia had
The steamship Monowai, Captain
M. Carey, arrived yesterday afternoon
from the colonies and Samoa with a
light cargo of freight for this port, the
mails and two saloon passengers. The
captain reports having encountered
stormy easterly wind-, between Auck
land and Sydney, and fair weather
through the remainder of the voyage.
The flags of the German baiks f, C.
Pfluger and Paul Isenberg were flying
at half-mast this morning, the occasion
being the death ot the sailor Viola
who was injured a few days since on
board ihe Paul Isenberg.
Since the boat belonging to the
Miowera was lost a Watchman guards
the ship's boats at their moorings bark
of the mail dock every night, being
brought ashore every evening and taken
off every morning soon after daylight
The pontoons belonging to the
dredger are being overhauled, and the
bottoms of the si: which have been
turned over resemble a coral reef, si
thickly are they coated with the marine
Work on the damaged bark J. C.
fluger is progressing rapidly, but it
will probably be several weeks before
the repairs are completed, as there is
much work lo be done.
The steamer Miilti niaru is expected
by the Board of Immigration Sunday.
She will remain in quarantine until the
I he British bark County ol Merion
eth, now discharging coal at the new
wharf, will finish unloading in a tew
I he German bark Paul Isenberg
finished discharging her cargo this
morning, and goes to sea this evening.
Rather a large sizeil shark was seen
this morning between the end of the
Mail dock and the boat houses.
I'he Transit will come down from
the marine railway soon, as her repairs
are nearly completed.
Ihe steamer Mikahala is being
craped preparatory to receive a new
coat of paint.
The steamer VV. (1. Hall Bailed this
morning lor Nona ami rs.au.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER, 20.
Diamond Head, j.
lear. Wind light, E.
Thursday, October 19.
Nor sh Beaconsheld, Bastiansen, tomi New
castle, N S W.
K M S S Monowai. ( an y, !or Auckland via
I rii'.w, October 20.
Sum lames .4 ik.-e, Hacuinil, Irom Nap.. a.
I'm muav, October 10.
K M S S Monowai, Carey, for San 1'rancisco.
Sent Mary E Fostei for Kauai.
l Kii'.w, uctooei 20.
Html l. Hall, Mmersoii, lor .Maui ami
Sclir Sarah and Eliza lor Roolau.
tier hk 1'aul Isenbcrt;for San Francisco, Ocl 21
Am lkl S N Castle, Hubbard, an Francisco
on or atrout Oct 25.
From the Colonies, per R M 8 8 Monowai,
Oct 19- Mrs Robert Louis Stevenson anil
For San Franc'sco, per K M s S Monowai.
oci 19 as Hartweil, 0 w Mewrlane, I w
Robertson, LJ Maauire and servant, Miss a
E Maguire, Mrs (J L Babcock, Mrs It C
Cahoon, Mis Di wood and cuulrt, Mrs u rial
ley and 15 in the steerage.
For Maui and Hawaii, per simr W G
Oct 20- 1' Maltainai, T Atkinson
Morgan, K Str.iuch auJ i on deck.
VESSELS IN POR1
NAVAl VKssl 4,
U S S Adams, Nelson, San Fianctseo
U s s Philadelphia, Barker, Callao.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, San PraftcisCo,
Kr bk County of Merioneth, Newcastle.
Cer bV Haul Isenberg, Liverpool.
Am bk Andrew Welch, San Francisco,
t ier bk I C Pfluger, Bremen.
Am sch Transit, Jorgenscn, San risncisco.
Asa schi Ruber! Lewers, (oodman, Port Otic
Am schr Al.iha, I label, San Francisco.
Ain bk l.va, llumboldl Bay.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED
Am bk Manila llavi.. gait
Hi sh Villala, Liverpool
Hr bk Keaconsiield, Sydney
Am brigl C.iisiulo, San Fran. . Kali.
Am bki J 1 1 S 1 1 r e 1 kels, San Fian ....
Haw schr J o Nor lb, Sh, Fran. .Mail,
Haw bk K H kit bet, Sun Fian
Am schr Allen A, Rurelu
Am bc.t W tj Irwin, s.ni t-raucieo ..
lap S S M.ike Malu, Yokohama
Yacht Totaa, Baa Francisco
Oi l 2
. Ocl 5
. Ocl 8
I Ul 9
Am Mhr tilendale, Eureka Oct
RAILWAY LAND CHS
11 r June
I . I Ml i
III SWA MILL.
Leave Hoik. lulu 8:45 1:45
Leave I'earl Citf 9:30 2:10
Arrive Kwa Mill 0:57 2:57
Leave Ewa Mill 6:21 10:41
Leave Peart Chy. . . 6:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A Saturday's only. C Sunday'.
II- llollv. D Saturday
I . Mi
By the (Iovernment Sur ey. PuMi-hed every MouJny
HAK'IM. I IU RMQ
81 o.oa fio
8; o.oa M
83 0.01 56
8a 0.00. 38
62 0.01 63
&i o.u8 68
6a o.oa 64
Fri . .
S 30.13 30.07 75
9 30 it 30.03 70
10 ej. 1 1 v-oi 73
1 1 30.118 jo 96 73
.12 30.05 !N.c)8 73
1 3 w.07 30.01 7
14 lo. 1 1 W.05 71
TIDES, SUN AND MOON.
By C. J. Lyons.
am pm. .im (.mil
16 O.ao to. o i- o 4. o s-rfc S 24 10 SI
lues 17 9.5011. o a 50 5 3 5-57 5 34 ti 48
Wed 18 10. M 1 1 30 6. o 4. vz 5 57 5. 31
Thut 1911. oia o 620 5- 5 3 57 5 J 0.4a
Fri. ....... 20 t a. o 7 o e. 0 5.5( 5 ji 140
pm a.m. -34
Sat 21 0.50 1 o 7 40 t 305. 5S5. 31
Sun 22 1.50 I ?; o 7 3 5 -59 5 -3 3 9
Kirsi Quarter ot the moon on the IT, at r.h. i9m P.M.
Time whittle MoWi at lh. -8 in. 84 p. m. of Hono
lulu time, which is the ine . 1th. Om. 0.. ol OtMtt
FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE.
Steamships will leave for and arrive from
San Francisco on the following dales, till the
close of 1 894 :
Akrivr at HoNOLULuiAaarva at HVi old
For San F'ancisio. 'From San F'ncisco
Monowai Oct 19
China Nov 6
Oceanic Oct 17
M lovvera(Van) t let 24
Mariposa ( ct 26
Australia Nov 11
Alameda ..... Nov 10
Australia Nov 4
Monowai .... Nov 23
Mlowetl (Van) IKc J
W'ai ritni o 1 Vn)Nov2
Oceanic Deo 4
China Nov 28
Australia 1 ice 2
Alameda Dec 14
Australia Dec 9
Mariposa. . . . Dec. 14
Warrimoo (Van) Jan 2
City Peking ... (an 2
Oceanic Dec 26
Australia ...... Jan o
Monowai .... 1 .111 1 1
Australia Icc 30
W arrlmoo) Van) an23
Mariposa . . . Jan lb
Oceanic. . .
atoaowai . .
Aust ralia . .
Australia . .
. . Feb 8
. .Apr 2S
. .May 2(1
. I tine 2 5
. . Any 18
. Sept 15
Australia lan 27
China Feb 6
. . ,Feb 1
. . 1- eb 24
. Marsh (.
Man li 1
. . Apr 2
. . . May 10
.. April 17
Australia June 16
Australia July 14
Monowai Auc; 2
Australia Aug I
Australia . .
Alameda Aug 30
Mariposa .... St pt 2
Monowai Oct 25
Against the Tide
Is a hard course to row,
but it is lots easier tt row
against the tide than to
duplicate King Bros stock
of Artists' Materials in
Here is the largest as
sortment ot every thing in
this line and lowest prices
This week we are ofier
ing our Souvenirs of lla
svaii at the reduced price
of aO cents each, which
means over so views of
Hawaiian scenery gotten
up in very artistic style tor
1' ift cents. Don't tail to
sciul one ot these to your
friends abroad, Postagt:
1 cents to an) part of the
s ik BET
Room! with lion nl.
AVI'kV HI HASAN T FRONT ROOM
suitable tut two prisons with board
fan be found 41
, FMMA S i KELT.
(Ocncval ,lbbertis entente.
California Feed Co.
T. J. Kim; ani J. N. WatORT.
I lave just received the Larg
est Stock of HAY and GRAIN
ever imported by any linn in
Honolulu, by any one vessel.
This stock was personally se
lected by our Manager T. J.
King during his recent trip to
the coast, and is first class in
every particular. We guaran
tee satisfaction in quality and
Give us a Trial.
KING & WRIGHT.
Telephones 121. Prompt Delivery
Reasonable -:- Prices.
A well known Engineer in
charge of a large Sugar Mill
writes us this week : "We use
no other but VACUUM Oils,
they are the best. "
Genuine Mixed Paints,
made of pure colors and pure
oils. l ne MAKERS name on
each can a iruarantee of quality.
During the past year a large
quantity of this paint has been
used with the most satisfactory
Fence Wire, Galvanized
or plain Black annealed four
Point Galvanized Barbed Wire.
So much complaint has been
mailt of the quality of fence
wire brought into this market,
that after tests covering the
past five years, we have selected
a make of fence w ire peculiarly
adapted to this climate, and
which has proved superior to
any other. Users of this make
of w ire endorse its value,
Water Filters. Do not try
experiments with articles made
''to sell" and then buy a "Slack
& Brownlow" after paying for
your experience, as so many
have done. Slack & Brown
low's Water Kilters are made
on scientific principles and are
known and used everywhere.
They are accessible in all parts
and can be cleaned by the user.
Terra Cotta b lower Pots and
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. L'd.
402 & 404 Fort Street - Honolulu.
BatabUibed la 1872.
Estate of S. G. WILDER -:- W. C. WILDER
IMIOKTI.KS AND DEALERS IN
Lumber and Coal
Doors, Sash, Blinds
Paints), Oils, Glass,
WALL PAPER, Etc.
Comer of Fort & Queen Streets,
HONOLULU. H. I.
The Central Market.
Always hive on hand choice Beef, Mutlon,
Veal and Poultry. We make Sausages a
specially. GWeuaaUial and be convinced,
Wi have the last. Our ( oiled !eef ISO
the very liesl.
Holh Telephones 104. QlCtf
S 1 I i YAMF.rV AT THR
'Elite" Ice Cream Parlors