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SATURDAY. JULY 19, 1800.
To Talio r.Kcct July 19, th'JO,
A. M. P. M.
Leave I'oiolulu ........ 8:15 1:45
Arrive llonoiiilull. 10:0" 3:05
Luavo Honouliiili 10r.'l5 !l:!ln
Arrive Honolulu 11:5.". 1:55
Slmr Jitinrs Mnkeo from ICnpaa
fein Allknfrotu Kona
Stmr Kuul.i fioiu Kauai
rtench flagship Dubouidleu, Admiral
Pioinesull, for Tahiti
HtmrJ ruminlns for Koul.iu ntOnm
Stun- Wnlinuiia'o lor ulan.ie und Wui-
nlua at U a in
Stun Wnlaleale for Kilauca and llana-
lel at 4. p in "
Stmr a i'a for Kolna dii ect at 4 p in
Tiom Kauai per nmr .Tames Makec,
.Inly 1U Mis Nott, W Biulovvitz, and
CAHGDES FROM ISLAND POUTS.
Stmr Kaala 1520 bags sugar from
Stmr James M.il.ec 2000 bags Migar
Soln K.ititlic.ioull 1500 biga paddy
Tern Alii; i DO coids olila fliewood
rORElQM VESSELS IN PDfir.
I1B51S Acorn, Pollard, from a c'ule
U F S li.ules on, Keai-Aihnii.il UtO
Ur mi. fiom ban I'lauci-eo
USSNipsle MeCuilfV, itom Hilo
Am bk Ophir fiom N we.istle, N S W
Am bttiu V G Ii win, J B MeCulloch,
fiom Sin t-'ianciseo
rrciieh l'l ighlp Diibouidlen, Admiral
Regnauit ile Fictuoui , tiom Yoko-
Am bk u D Biyant, J II Jacobseu,fiom
.-au Ft am i-eo
Am bk Foi est Queen, Molle, from San
Haw bk Lady Lam son, F O Sodeigien,
fiom -an Fiancisco
Am 4-niitd iohi RobeitLewcis, D W P
Penh ulow, fiom bun H.mcisco
II B 31 . Nymph fiom Biitish Columbia
11 B M Flush p Waiopltu fiom BiltiUh
( o umbia
Br ship Blengfleld sailed fiom Liver
pool Apr 18, due Aug" "21
Ger ok AdonK fiom Bieinen
Gei bk Fuiist, fiom New Yoik via Bia
zil Bk Uncle John, from Newcastle, due
Br bk Bilker fiom London, sailed Apr
n due Aug 25
Am hU Alden bese. Howard, from San
Fiaueisco (Cor Kahulul). due June
Tern W S Bowne, Bluhm, from San
Fiauel'-co due atMtthuknna july 19
Brbk Geivau fiom Liveipool, mailed
May 10, due bept 15-80
Haw & a Uliiudine fiom Glasgow
Am bk Aibeir, Winding, fiom San
Franclsto due Aug 4
RMS a Zetlaudii, Oterendorp, from
the Colonies en loute to ban Fran-"
els o duo July 25
BUSS .Mailpo-a, Hay ward, from San
FiancUco en loute to the lolouics
duo August 1
OSS Ausualia, Houdlette, from San
FianeiSLO due July 25
The bark Lady Lampson finished un
loading eaigo to-day, and the O U Biy.
ant win uexc week
The steamer Waialealo will take on
Monday a load of feuilize's fur Kauui
fiom the schooner Kobeit Lowers.
The balk Foiest Queeu has tlulshcd
uulo dinn cai)!0, and has bein moed
to the Kiuau wlniif to take In sugar.
The balk Ophir will leave lor San
riauelsco about tho end of nest week.
A GOOD Cook for a ranch on Hawaii.
Apply at this olllee. CUD tf
LLC Deutsche, WelchcZurEhrrlch
L mug des Natloual-Ueukiiials fur
den Furnten von Uimur.k in Berllu
ut'liuirugun wuniclien, wenlen ciauchr,
ctwiigtt Belti aege fur (Hescn zwvck an
das uuteizeithiictc Kousulat ausuz
uhlcii nder ehizuseiideu.
fnguiider Belti.ur-ll$tt'ii mi dus Cen
tialCoiultoin Beillu ubeiuilttelt wei
den. KAisnnLicii Deutsciies Konsulat.
Honolulu, 7 J uli. 181H). iiUD 8t
FILTER PRESSES !
IIAll, MurUiO, l8fc8(
ItlMitnn Iron A l.ocomotlvo WuriiU
GLTL,I:ME:-Ve have used tworf
your 30 I lumbered FuUr testes this
season. Thev aie convenient, easily
handled and atewoikliigenthely to oir
h.uWaetlon. 1 cau reeommoud no ini
Voiy lespeo fully yours,
(Mgncd) A. MOORE,
Manager 1'aaulmu Plaututlou
HkivIa, Sept. 28. 18M.
Jin. John Dveh, A gout BUdon Iron
Works, H mini u lu.
Deak Siui-Plea'esliipusoneof jour
80 Compartment Filler res scs.tMQtqiinie
feet sin fare, samo as tlio ruo Mirpliid
us last sexhoa, which I am pletibed to
tay has given us enllic satibfactiou.
Geo. R. EWART,
Manager IU'tiu Agrleuliuial i!o.
rpHE BEST PAPER to Bnbeulhj
X for Is tho "Daily Bulletin." 60
emit per mouth
LOGAL & GEKF.HAL NEWS,
A oooo cook is wanted,
A liAiiOK cottage on Liliha street
is to let.
A DIUj of mmw menl at tlio Open
Tun report of the elnlo bull i do
foriod foi want of space.
Invoices of liartlwate, grot'cinc,
etc., arc to nirivu for Schmidt &
TheTIvoII Gaiety Company will
play "Forbiddnn Fruit" nt the Opera
Mns. Ratuham will deliver nn ad
dress at Kawaiahao church to-moi-iov
evening, nt 7:30 o'clock.
Tun band docs not play nt Emma
Square thia afternoon, having gone
to i'enrl City with the school teachers.
Mrt. Lowin .1. Levey will hold u sale
on Tuesday next, ut the storu of Sam
Sang Co , coinir of Bethel and King
Tim louehcrs1 convention nuinbei-
cd till told Mime two hundred por-
hons, teachera in actual em vice and
others having tho profession in view.
A mass mectiiig will be held at
Palace Square this evoniiig at 7:110,
to di-ctiss tho pending re-nluiioti in
tho House for a coiiMtilution.il con
vention. Tun visit of tho nienibcis of tho
Legislaluio to the teachers' conven
tion yesleiday morningwus juomptly
returned by a number of the lady
teachers i-dting tho chanibci of
legislation in the afternoon.
TiiunEwillbo ordination rcrvices
at the Centi.il Union Church Sundty
eveninp, July 20ih. Mi. JiroOkabe,
lay preacher among the Japaneao at
Hilo, will be ordained In the gospel
uiiuiatiy, as an eangelist.
Mn. Marques introduced n resolu
tion to add an iirigation bram.h to
the Goernnicnt Sunoy, at this
moining's session of the Legislatuic.
The opium committee's u-poit was
taken from the table and referred to
the judiciary committee. Several
bills weio noticed and iutioduccd.
William Lumuheihci Hoapili, a
promising young Hawaiian aged 21
ears, died on Thuitday evening,
from typhoid fever. The decenstd
oungman had been tmployed as
'clerk at Then. II. Davies & Co.'s
warehouse for seveial months. He
was the son of Judge Hoapili, of
Kona, Hawaii, and'leaves two broth
ci.s, and sistcis, and a host of fiiends
lo mourn hia loss. Ho was educated
at St. Louis College. '1 he funeral
took place yesteulay, and his remains
were inteired at the Kawaiahao
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
'Forbidden Fruit," nt the Hawai
ian Opera House, at 8.
Blue libbon meeting at Y.
A. hall, at 7:30.
Mass meeting at Palace Square,
at 7 :30.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Rep. White is the merry man
from Maui. He always looks for
the funcy side of a question. Look
out the Tivoli9 don't kidnap you,
Noble von Tetnpsky is time keeper
to the Hou-.e, doing valuable t-er-vice.
He lias the standard stop
watch of the ilaui Racing Associa
tion, and never steals a second of a
speakei's ten minutes in prema
turely calling lime.
ST. ANDREWS CATHEDRAL.
Seventh Sundaj' after Ti inity. Ca
Holy Communion 0:30 a. m.
Litany, 9 :30 a. m.
Morning prayer and Sermon, 10
Hawaiian Evensong and Sermon,
3:30 p. tn.
Evening prayer and Sermon, G p.
Y. M. C. A. TO-NIGHT.
Some practical and inteiesting
phases of the Sabbath Observance
question will he discussed by Mrs.
J. C. Bateham in the Y. M. C. A.
Hall, at 7:30 this evening. The
exercises wilt open with a puino eolo
by Miss G E. Stiles, a rending by
Miss M. E. Spooner, and a duet by
tlio Misses Stiles. A question box
will bo open to icceivo any written
questions relative to the Sabbath
day and its proper obseivance, tube
answered at close of address. Alt
I understand the two hundred or
more teachers now assembled in
convention aie to be examined, next
we Ic, in about ten diffeienl branches
of study, therefore I would like to
1 Why are teachers examined?
2 What good wilt tho Boaul of
Education get from the. examination
of teachers V
3 What practical benefit will
teachers derive from the results of
Your enquirer will be pleased to
havo these queries answered by
some one who knows. V
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
JL 2d coIuwiib, purely local mailer
Mailed to fo.uifia countries, (5 pur
l)AiLX BULWrn-n JLlU.tSOLULU, X). U
PHS TEACHERS' COKVEIiTIOH.
After loll call, llie luspcotor-Gcn-ernl
made a statement of llic order
of examination on Monday and
Mr. Monro look -up a senc3 of
pioblems that had been pus-id in
for solution and clucidati in.
Mr. II. Z. Austin placed on tho
boards examples of the tccognized
commercial forms of an account
current and a bill of goods, both in
the most upproved style as to order,
neatness and penmanship.
Mr. G. C. Kcnvon read n paper
on Busy Woik. The essay consist
ed of a discussion of devices neccs
snry for a teacher to adopt to keep
the schuul piofilably cmploved while
he is occupied in conducting class
Miss Do3o continued her inter
esting and piaelical seiies of lec
tures on piiin.uy arithmetic, and at
the close leeched thu thanks of the
Inspector-General and a lound of
applause from the audience.
Miss Lillte Brown took up elemen
tary free bane thawing and showed,
very leai ly and concisely, the
methods of instiuction in thatbiauch
and further showed the application
of the ptinciples of chawing to the
study of geogiiipliv. The lecturer
iiUo wave ii ptactieal lesson on the
pioiess of coiisliutiliug lelicf maps.
The Inspector-Goneta! read it
paper prepared by Mrs. O. Camp
bell on Busy Woik and prefaced the
leading with comments pertinent to
Mrs. Loid followed with a short
addies3 giving the results of her ex
perience in the matter discussed in
the preceding paper.
Rev. J. B. Alexander nextoponcd
out on tbe tonic-sol-fa and continued
the drill until noon.
Duiing the last half hour, a large
body of Nobles and Representatives
appeared on the promiso-i and pro
ceeded to examine the exhibits oT
work from the country schools, in
which they seemed lo be ery
Piofessor M. M. Scott delivered
a lecture on the teaching ol Geo
graphy and showed bow to direct
the thoughts of pupils to the phy
sical features of the earth's suiface
as seen in its mountains, rivers und
valleys, and their natural connec
tion with the development of com
merce and national indusfy.
Mr. M. F. Scott prefaced an ad
diess by telliuK about an election
campaign iu a fionticr district in
which he had figured as an unsuc
cessful candidate. The experi
ences of 6ucli a campaign among
constituents who aie inoie or less
reckless in the ue of lotlen eggs
are well calculated to embolden a
man to face any audience. Hud it
not been for that campaign lie
would not have the presumption to
come forward to-day. His expeii
encc in teaching Hawaiian children
being very limited, any advice from
him on the subject would be ns np
piopriate as that ot the little boy to
his grandfather not to learn to
smoke. The work ot the teacher
on these islands seems to be to
change the whole eunont of the
pupils, lives, to train the boy to in
dustiy and intelligent, energetic
citizenship, to make him a man
among men, to teach the girl her
true place as a home maker, to make
her a pure womanly woman.
Chief among the diilicullics to he
met is the tendency of tbe Hawaiian
to indolence. But indolence is not
laziness. A lazy person cannot be
enthused but the Hawaiian is highly
susceptible ol enthusiasm. The
tendency to indolence is climatic.
The changed conditions of life in
the islands make English a neces
sity of the people and along with it
a knowledge of agricultural and
mechanical pursuits. There are
many places in the frontier settle
ments of the United States where
the temples of learning and their
equipments aie of an oider that
would discount the poorest here
and on many school grounds in the
Unite cl States and England you will
hear as bmbarous. English ns in
the Hawaiian Islands. The isola
tion and want of accommodation in
many school districts here are hard
to bear, but theie aie some of ur
here who commenced to wield tlio
birch in the backwoods of tho
United Slates at salaries of S2C a
mouth and board round the district.
Do any of you remember the rye
In cad, the New Oi leans molasses,
the salt pork, and pease colfee Unit
tiie old Hollander fed us on? Do
you lemember tlio pralecs wid
their j'ickcts on and buttermilk that
Mrs. Mickey O'Flynn icg.iled us
with? Do jou lemember the sour
crout and llebcr-wurst that old Huns
Overniier used to dtsli up, or tlio
buckwheat cakes and nuplo syrup,
the coffee and millers of the Colo
nel's good old wife? Have you
blcpt iu all sorts of beds or hustled
to keep warm between two feather
beds Willi the thermometer 20 de
grees below zero, with your bed
fellow a lusty whilc-headid Dutch
man 'doing his level best lo get all
the feathers to his hide of the bed?
The lecturer continued at some
length his graphic! picture of lite
disadvantages of pioneer school
teaching, and went on to say that,
with all these defects, the spirit oi
popular education was abroad in the
land. The Board of Education lieie
has succeeded in placing the schools
of this country in such a position as
to produce tlio splendid specimens
of work exhibited in these rooms,
The deportment of Hawaiian chil-
(lien ia generally excellent, but in
their flexible dispositions lie their
greatest moial dangers. T'io ppenker
here nddiesse n pointed appeal to
women trained under the supoiior
domestic Influences of enlightened
civilir.'itlon to dovotu their best en
ergies lo the proper training of Ha
waiian gills. It is a hopeful siejti of
progress to see so many native Ha
wnliuns rniigcd in tho woik of di
recting the education of theii coun
trymen. A normal school would be
a desli able addition to the educa
tional outllt of these Ul'inds, and
would be especially useful in the
training of nn ellleiont body of na
tive Hawaiian tenchers.
A scries of losolulions, submitted
by the comiulllee appointed foi
that purpo-n on Tuesday morning,
was adopted, to the following effect:
That this body of teachers belioe
that thu Boat cl of Education enlei
tains an appreciative sympathy with
them in their work ami takes a lively
inlet cat in the cause of education.
Thai, the members of convention
lender their heartfelt thanks lo tlio
Hon. C. R. Bishop, l'i ciident of the
Board of Education, forliispoi&onal
effoits on behalf of tcichcra and
their work ; es.pi ess their admiration
of his munificence iu affording Ha
waiian joutu facilities for a thor
ough education, and of his earnest
effoits to sccuic the benefits of a
practical education for every child
m the kingdom.
That the thanks of the condi
tion aie due lo the teachers who
havo presented their excellent me
thods of instruction during the week
and that diligent efforts will be put
forth to utilize the information thus
That the Boaid of Education be
asked to furnish the schools with a
few common tools, weights and
niensiues for the illiistiation of aii
om problems and for the introduc
tion of manual instruction, and to
pi ovale at some ceutial pniu the
means whoicby tcuchus may better
prepare themselves lo give manual
That the Board of Education be
asked to devise some plan, based
upon the capacity, success and ex
perience of pi unary lencheis, by
winch their compensation may be
That the Boaul ho asked lo de
vise some feasible plan wheicby
teachers incapacitated by age and
long service may be provided for.
A curious mistake was diccocred
tlio other diy when on calling the
roll of Hawaiian jurats, the fact was
made known of one J. Kina having
been seived lo attend the present
term as a jurot, whereas the right
person as bv the summons intruded
was one J. Himt who had not been
seived. The oflicer making service
had read the II into a K, hence the
accident and sei vice on the wrong
person. Mr. Kina having already
seived three days, was excused ly
the Court fiom iuither attendance.
Another instance of a mistake
made was in icspect lo service made
on a native named l'o-o-olc to at
tend Court at tho present term,
when as a matter of fact the person
intended to be summoned was one
Thomas Poole (or Pool).
Dunn? tlio trial of a Portuguese
named Joe convicted of pcijuiy in
thu second degree and sentenced to
one year's impiisonmeut, it was
urged by counsel for the defense
that foi the prosecution to make out
its case, it should be pioved that the
administering of the oath (which in
this case is the subject of the
charge) was legally made. In
the argument it was seri
ously contended that Jthe ndmhfo
teiing of the o itli was a matter au
thoiized by statute and that it is
not conferred upon inteipietera of
courts to administer the same. The
Court said it was aware that no au
thority was conferred as above stat
ed, but that hitherto it lias been the
piactice of the courts to allow inter
preters to administer the oath. As
the Court ruled there was evidence
that the oath was legally adminis
tered, the case was allowed to go lo
In tho two libel cases now pend
ing against Arthur Johnstone as
editor of the Elelo and M. J. Frei
tas, editor of tlio Auiora, a point is
raised by counsel for tho defend
ants as to whether an indictment
having been found nt the last Apiil
term ol Court, the presiding justice of
the present tci m lias juiibdiction of
the cases w itliout an ordci of continu
ance made by the justice Uudlug the
ludictiiiciit at his teiui. The ciiin
iunl practice Act found in the Com
piled Haws was referred to in argu
ment. It is believed Unit the point
raised will be icscrved for lite con
sideration of tho Court in Banco.
A enso of habeas coipuu cauio up
for licarlng on Thursday on the ap
plication of one Kauha, mother of
thu child Rebecca, who it was alleg
ed was icstraine'd of lier libeily at
the Callioliu Sisters' Convent, It
appears timt some two yeats ago
the chjld was put into school by its
putative father, piostiniably with
tlio mother's consent. For ieason3
better known to herself, J-he mother
now asserts her right of custody of
tlio child. The order was made re
leasing tlio child to its mother, and
thu biater iu chnige of tho convent
courteously yielded to the oulcr of
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Saturday Evening, July 19th,
Klisl piodliCilfiu of llio Gicat Atncil-
Mr Ham II. Bill
Mr. Hiiii.v Gules
..Mr. Win. II. Hamilton
Mr I.i. Waltioc
Mr. Wm Dexter
Cap!. Poiey A
Wang II in..
Mr'. Victor .Toidnn. .Miss Dorothy Bass
Mis. Hetiiy Buster
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Lola Miss L. Cai men
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Tlie co-nrlcin slorr ct FJtaiilyi) recent I irUI'iis
o IVfiiUiri-j hii-1 tjo clji'loj iro of liu Im grtant
lii:nu .nwlilppp ar fnrtlu lu.t tlno in tho
o It irli'B liy lilm"-ir, cntltli.il "In l)uka,t
Arr-v J) rut loil ul.t l by rny o' tlio fco
Cll l I SUslCJ I t I 3 U-tl 'IU O'fi. ml !I1 "cc 1-
iiliit,'nia"Uii.hiii";'' 5o no u io ot thmc liu
Bjiimyontramtcil nlln .
'li ri.ldiiin ipl otnhiut t'i'a nU'cmrnt bo na
cirri." tin no Jiut liilar V.'u r-tanatcu It. and
flillT(f!lM 'a on'cr not to lo rn'ol.ero
U.-iUll'JU tLa". t'io tiooi b.iirj llio 1m.
p Int of
CHARLCO GCRIBNEft'S SONS
An 1 Hut tlio canvusstnj iiscut carlca a cjiUGcato
ut a2v icy tto l tig
132 POST STREET,
SAti i han:isco.
Genrrsl Aflenls for ilio Pacific Coast.
J. IV. ChsmbsrHn,
Sole Agent for Hawaiian Kingdom.
NOTICE It. hereby g'ven tint I will
pay no bills coutiacted by Mis
Robecea Pinicu PuuKu without my
wiittfii order. "
.r. ALFRED MAGOON".
Honolulu. .Inly 11, LSliO. r,i)2 lw
HIE Hawaiian Constiuctloii Co. will
cnntiaeled In tiu-lr name without a
vviitten older signed either by D. P.
Peterson or J. M. O.it.
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
Manager Hawaiian CoiiPtriiiliou Co.
Honolulu, .Inly 11, 18'JO. U(U lm
THE undersigned have sold out tho
div gortiln business lieietofnio car
ried on bj thetii at No. r7 ic CO Hotel
(-licit, to Mr. A. G Silv.t who will cou
tlnet the biiMiio-h on hK own account
fiom und after lliid to.
M. A. OONSALVLS & CO.
IIono'uiii,.Maj 21, IS'iO. fiW If
LL clilins ngniii-t tlio "Honolulu
Daiiy ' 10 Juno l, UOO, must be
left at tint olllee of J. A. Magoou within
;tll(li)i,from date. Metis, lluvvett ti
laeob-eu aie imlhoiied to enlleet all
bills duo thu 'Honolulu Daliy" fiom
Mny 1,1 bUO.
liniioiiiiii. .limn ii. is'.in. rfio u
NO TJO 12.
RAVINO bought out Mr. W. II.
Pa jo in lliu "Honolulu Ctrriage
Mtuufiicuiy,"nt I2rt Toil stre I, I am
prenired to coniiiui" tins abovo biuine8
under llio old u.uno of Honolulu Oip.
rityo Maniifnctoiy, untl hting an old
exjerieuccd e'lriiaije builder I Mtllell
tliu intronixc of my old lriiiul mid tlio
pubilr) Iu general, and with uij tbiunugli
Knoivhdfu of tliu lnulnt'fci' aud with ox.
tQi'icmcd workmen and umns only tli
bt'M inttcrial I gimriuteo (;uuiral sati
fartlou. Ploaf-c call ami tto me before
(Signed)i GIDEON WEST.
Honolulu. Oct. W, IhSy. Hftl tf
4 j.1iii- -! j-l" 'fi
CORNISH llOTETj &
j re n & n v
A GRAND RIBB'ON SALE
&3r- FG& 3 DAYS OftiLY "SL
Will be Closed Out at
iCS Ottll in and
We Desire to Gall
f 1. T.ffjiTW
tt X&t2Tr?r, i 'fJPv.
For Luliiicating tho Valves and
VA LVOLINE i an earth oil (specially prepared under tho highest Pteam
bp.it and fiom which all volatile and earthy mittcr has been expelled by a
process which leaves a puio and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
of bolta and keojis tbe cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. This
was the fiiet Mineial Oil introduced for steam cylinders and has been iu con
stant ute over eighteen years.
feSTWe also manufacture Superior Machine and Spindle Oils for till
clacseh of macliineiy. -
Hjeox&sircS. Sc 3E1Iih,
HONOLTJLU IRON WORSS CO.. Solo Agents. 601 3m
E. It. IlENimv, President & Manager.
GodkiUvY Buovvn, Seeietary &Tieisurer.
1WAIIAN HARDWARE GO..
Oiijiu. Mprccfscln KJunh.
lardware, Giasswara, Crockery.
Qonuiuo nvilard China, plain nnd decorated; and Wedgcwood
Piano, Iiibr.iry t Stand Lamps, Chandeliers & Electoliers,
Limp Fixtures of nil. kinds, A complete assoitm't of Drill 3 & Filea,
PLANTATION SUPPLIES Cf EYERY DHSGRIPTION !
Tho "Gaelle" 3-wheeled Riding Plow & Equalizer,
Bluebeard Race Plow, Planters' Steel &, Gooseneckcd Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, EEUOSENE, LINSEED,
Paiuts, Varnishes & Brushes, Manila II Sisal Itopo, t
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
lioMe, J&Eore, E3Tce.
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, & STEAM,
A gate Iron Ware, Silver Pitted AVare, Tabic . Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot & Oapr-, The Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Cartridge,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Dio Slock Tor Pipo & Bolt Threading,
Hartmau'ri Steel Who Fonco .', Sloel Wire Mats,
Wm. U. Fishor'n Wrought Steel Rungea
Uato (Jity Htonti i'llleiti,
9 Largo lMirniBhed Room",
j nonriillv liu.iti.il. An-
. . -T.vi s .
$gUi,k)t ply at Hit-, olllee.
VU....H... .vw... ....
i. A SUITB of 'I'hreo Nicely
i i V Fill ulslied Rooms. Ap-
No. fio Pimehbow 1
. Hcbbard. U0I tf
stieet, or lo II. 1
i. A A HOUSE with 7 rooms
0-m r and bath, on tlmeor
JiSStitCs nur of Beietauli and l'ciisa
col.tbtieets. Cain jiass the door, Ap
ply at this ofiloo. CS1 tf
WANTED at ONCE !
CA A CUll'AUli wiinin two
'jjXtsig J.. or tliii'o bloeKs fiom
.rjfrg the corner ol Port anil Hotel
Bliccts. giiltablu for tlueo geiitlomen for
housrKi'i'iiIng. Address -'P. O. Box
No. 'JU7.'' fi'Jt) If
TO LET or LEASE
-k rpiIE Rdltleneo of Mis. A.
gV$3 i- I-ong, in Fauoa Valley.
&g&ud Apply to
D AVI D D AYTON,
1)1 KjiiK St., over.l. Nott'H etoio.
fTpllE Two-stoiy Brick
iffitlm oflleo of" tho Httwailan
TiamvviiysCo., (Id), on King street,
(suitable either lor an cilice or stoic.
Apply nt tho Hawaiian Commercial
Salesrooms. COS tf
a Great Sacrifice J
E J i .
ro"iiov Hold & Fort, Htrit,.
Your Attention To
Cylinders of Steam Engines.
John Ena, Vice-President
Choir. Bnowx, Auditor.
Process" Twist Drills,
Neal's Cnrriaso I'aintB.
A Care for Influenza !
TTn. lOZO'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR
J DIAL, ouo of tho best remedies
everpiepued for coughs, asthma, lung
ami ilippt double, and a great relief to
whooping cnngli iiud tlnoat affection.
Ask fur Ui. Lozior's Hawaiian Chorry Cor
dial sold at
1IOLL1STKR & CO'S.,
And BBNaON, SMITH & CO'S.
I llml your "Cherry Cordial" the best
medicine wc have ever used for coughs,
colds and lung double. All of our Na
tives, Portuguese, Chinese nndJnpnncsn
vv 111 ueu no other, 1 use nothing else iu
my own family. Youru ti uly,
O. A. OHAPIN,
Manager Kohala Sugar Co.
We have sold a huge quantity of your
"Cherry Cordial" at our plantation
Btoie, both at Kcalla ami Kanaa, and
can eheei fully rccomniaiid it forbiou
Veiy icspectfully yours,
Ui.o. 13. FA1RC11ILD,
CtO't tf TreaMirer Mukco Sugar Co.
Irs. Eva M. JoMsod, Artist,
Btudlo, No. 27 Aiakoa Stroct-
Fonnerlyof New Yoik, would Inform
tho public that she) is prcpnud to till
all oidcrs for Pastels. Oil, Water Colors
und India Ink Puitrnits.
1ST Samples of woik can be con at
Studio ami Hamilton Ilouso Parlor--'.
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