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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
KHOH AM AFTlin IT.K. 1. 1NUS.
A.M. A.M. t'.M. P.M.
Uivo Honolulu.. .0:15 H'-lfi 1:15 4i3fit
Arrivollonoullull..7:2C a sW 2:57 5:Sit
Loavo Honoullull..7:30 10:43 3:41 5:42f
Arrive Honolulu. ..8 ::t 11:55 4:55 0:601
l'EAKI, CITY LOCAJ..
Loavo Honolulu 5:20 ....
arrivo I'narl City oioSij ....
Loavo Pear City.. 0:00
Arrive Honolulu.. .0:40
t Saturdays only.
TII'M. Hun nml 31 mm.
IIV C, J. I, TONS.
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B 5". -I O I 6 3 B 2
Ip.m. a. in. ix. in. n.m.
Mon. SO 8 I) (1 SO II "20 2 30 ft 17 0 37 II 3S
Tuns. 31 II 30 ll.t. 4 30 lit. 3 17 U 38 ....
Wed. 110 21 ll.t. B 30 ll.t. fi 17 0 lis II '.'
Villus. 1 11 10 ll.t. 7 0 .... 5 17 U 30 0 30
li.m. ii.in. p.m.
Fil. 3, 0-.'o 7 30 0 0 .117 II 30 111
Silt. 0 J0 0 M 7 50 7 30 5 17 0 30 1 4:
Sun. 5j 0 40, 1 U 8 0 8 0 5 17 0 40 2 1J
Flist quintet- of thu moon on tliu lmtPnt
llli.20iu. i. 111.
V Li Xi.
THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1802.
i S ilonowai. Ciuey, from Syduey and
Auckland, en unite to mui Francisco
Am bkt W 11 Dhnoud, Nelson, fioin Sau
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fiuu-
Stmr .1 A Cuimnins from Koolau
scln- Kauikeaoiillfrnm Kohala
Sclir Luka fiom Kohala
Swed bk Nnnua, for Alaska
S s Monowai, Ciuey, for San Francisco,
at 0 p in
Am bkt Iimgaid, Schmidt, for Sun Fian
cisco Stmr Kilauea Hon for Kiikaiau and Oo
kala Stmr Hawaii for Ilamakua at 3 p in
Sclir Sarah and Eliza for .Koolau
Schr Millu Mollis for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr V G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at
10 a m
For San Francisco, per bkt Irmgard,
June 2 W Schmidt and 4 others.
Fiom the Colonies, peril M !- S Mon
owai, June 2 S Charleswoith, A I'll lean
and 3 in the steerage and the following
in transit: Sir 31 II Davis, llev C 11
Hawtrey. Rev MoFarlane, Dr Pollen,
Col Robinson, Major "Kay, Mr Ainott
and wife, Mr Blackwood, wife and 2
children, Mr HucMitust and wife, Mr
Duttou and wife, Mr Eiclielbauin and
wife, Mr Goiuiau and wife, Mr Heiko
and wife, Mr Kawsou Kelly and wife,
Mr McCoy, wife mid child, Mr Moln yre
aud wife, Mr Postleihwaitcand wife, Mr
Koltair and Ife, Mr E Sells aud wife,
Mr L Sells and wife, Mr Showles and
wife, Mr Shalls and wife, Mr Stiik, wife
and 3 childieu, Mr II Thoipc and wile,
Mr Whitley and wife. Mr Wigrum and
wife. Mr Zaiella and wife, Mis Darling
andfchildit,i, Mis Uillstead, Mis James,
Mis Johiisnii, Mrs McLean and 2 chil
dren, Mrs J IS Mitchell, Mia Pollen, Mrs
L'ostlethwaite, Mis Kay, Mi s fldebottoin.
Mis Wells, Misses Buckhuist fa). Miss
Dalguiih, MissF llawtiy,Miss llennings,
Miss Mil ci. Miss PoUluthw nitc, Misses
bilbon (3), Mies htanfoid, Miss L Wil
son, T E Addis, Fiank bailey, It U Bur
ton, C F Blown, Mr Sidebottom, Mr
Coles, E C Delnmaiii, A L Duncan, II W
Edwaids, Messrs Gifoit (2), Mr lleiiiy,
K G Holthain, h G llowaid, O G Hutch
inson, W 11 Hutchinson, A James, J
James, G W Jones, J II l.uker, G l'aiill,
W Paxman, Mr Piiicull, A 1' l'uiccll, Mr
Kliodes, C ba'ey, A Sells, W bilbon, H
Sllbon, Mr Slmoiifcn, A -inllh, J .-ul-niau,
11 Tallin, C 11 Thoinpon, James It
Walsh, L Wiener, Master Whiieombe
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
H i M S Jlici, Mori, fiom. Japan
It M S S Maiiposa, Ilaywaid, from San
S S Aiistrulla, H oudlette.fi oin Suu.Fran
ulseo, Juno 11
S S Gaelic, Peiiine, fiom San Francisco,
8 S Yunushlro Maiu, Young, from Yo
kohama aud Hongkong, June 'SI
b S Colima, Austin, from bail Francisco
Am bk Mimairu, Thomas, nopi New
castle, N S W
GerbkJ O Plluger, fiom JJiemeii, July
Gcr bk J C Glade, fioin l.ivcipool, Juno
Haw ship Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 15
Norbk Hnviiucii, Evangen, from Tow
uutle, N H W
Am bk Murgsuet fiom Newcastle, NSW
Jliit bk Vt'iltas fiom Newcastle, N S W
Ilk iicln fiom Newcastle, N b W
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Sim Fiaucisco, Kear-Ailinlial
lliowu, fi nm San Diego
USS'J lictis, Heller, fiom bun Francis
co, via llllo
Am is stmr Morning Star, Garland,
fi oin boutii M'a Islands
Am 5-iu feehrliOiiU, Hatch, from Now-t-at-tlu.
N b W
Am 4-nibtd K'hr Cairler Dove, Hiiuult,
liuiu Neweiikllo, X S W
Am bk EUiuoic, l'eikliiH, fiom ruw
castlc, N B W
Am Id; Allien, Winding, from Sau I-i an-
Am l-uiiibtcil bklno ( liui lis FCiockcr,
l.uiiii. fioin.-'yduiij, N fa W
JJrehlp Buiuuori), JciiMus, fiom Liver
pool JIuw bk Andrew Welch, Diew, fiom Sun
Hull Jtubuil l.imeifci Gouiliimii, Sum Frun-
Jli It bit Yulouliy, Mariiii, irt
The bkt Irinunrtl palled tu-ilny for Sin
FraueUeo with n full cargo of sugar.
Kol owhiif aro tlie shippers: F A Selue
fer & i o.' 2'74 bags II Haokfold & Co,
510:! lines Tlieo II D.ivlcs & Co, 4400
bigi 51 S Orliib.'iiun & Co, 11150 bugs;
Castlo & Cooke, 2030 bags; O Brewer &
Co, 3505 bag?. Domestic Value. 8(11,107.
.I,, i i , - , ' i- i ... .. - i
DUVAUCHELLE In Honolulu, at the
Kaplolaul Mnteinitv Home, line 1,
1812, to the wlfo of Ed. Diivuuchcllo,
HOOKANO U WulUkl, May 1. 1892,
to the wife of S. Hookauo. u son.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
1'uuK. BciiOEit's benefit concert to
night. Diamond Hkad, 3 p. m. Weather
clear: wind, light sctnli-west.
Tun H. M. S S. Muripnu may be
along from San Fra lciscn any hour
PonsEn J. Ness Keith of the Mono
wni has the Bulletin's thanks for
Tun Hoard of Iteprescntiitives of
the Honolulu Fire Department will
meet this night week.
Tun complimentary concert to the
Mumii Company at the Hotel last
evening was veiy dcligh'ftil.
Who llio Moiiowni was coming mi
to the wlmtf this morning the circliw
band idaycd several lively pieces.
Notwithstanding a lively down
pour of nun this morning to-day was
one of the sultiiestso far this hum
mer. J mi at: Doi.k uftei argument, at 4:15
o'clock, reserved his decision to bo
rcndeied as eaily as possible, not to
Tils ti'stiinonial benelit to Trot. H.
llerger, b.uulinaater, will take -place
this evening at the Opera House, and
will be largely attended.
The U S. S. Thetis will sail for San
Francisco on Sunday moining. She
will carry a mail and is expected to
make the voyage in twelve days.
Thk II. M. S. S. Monowai will re
sume hervoyuge to San Francisco at
0 o'clock this evening. Besides part
of the Sells' Bros, eireus, she lias 310
passengeis in transit.
Two 'young girls were brought be
fore the Police Magistrato this morn
ing to answer lo the charge of dis
obedience to parents. They were
severely reprimanded ami ordered to
WniLn the steam Lionel) of the U.
S. F. S. San Francisco was coming to
the boat landing from the vessel this
morning her propeller caught in a
rope oil' the O. S. S. Co.'s dock, which
caused a delay of ten minutes.
Majou and Mrs Win. Kay, the
midgets, walked up town from the
Monowai this morning, and cre sur
rounded by a crowd of natives all the
way, so much bo that the little maj'ir
and his amiable wife could hardly be
AH PONG'S TRIALS.
There u trouble in the Ah Pong
family again. It will be reinetnbeieci
that Ah Pong, Chinese actor, bad his
wife, All Ling, acttess, arrested and
convicted of desertion. On Tuesday
Ah Pong had a friend of his wife's
arrested for the larceny of a trunk
of clothes valued at 100. It ap
pears that Ah Hung, the alleged lar
cenist, was too intimate with Ah
Pong's wife, consequently the arrest.
The fact of the matter was that tho
trunk was taken by Ah Ling and
stored in her room. Ah Hung was
discharged. The husband is bent
on getting some satisfaction, aud is
not yet finished.
CUILTY OF 'AFFRAY.
Robeit Andrews and George Jolin
Bon were arrested yesterday noon for
affraj In the Police Court this
morning Annie Everett testified that
Andrews had insulted her and John
son espousing her cause had struck
at Andrews. They both commenced
a rough and tumble fight which re
sulted in the arrest. No evidence
being forthcoming to vitiate the
charge, both defemlanta were fined
81 and $1 costs each.
ALTOGETHER TOO FATr
New York, May 11. A Sun spe
cial from Baltitnoie says: Mary K.
McCoums, a colored woman, died at
the City Hospital yesterday. Her
weight had increased in a remarka
ble way since her admission two
weeks ago. She then weighed 250
pounds, but soon commenced to
glow abnormally fat. In two week's
she gaihed 150 pounds, und weighed
100 pounds when she died. Her
heart was us large as a man's hat,
and wciglu d twenty-six ounces,
Her entire body was covered with
a layer of fat Ave inches thick. She
died from a peculiar form of dropsy.
Mr. .1. P. lilaizu, au extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that Elate during a
recent blizzard, sayB the Suturduy
Jleview. Mr. Hluizo had occasion to
drive several miles during thu storm
and was bo thoroughly chilled that
lie was unable to get wann, and in
sidu of an hour after his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. lilnize
sent to thu nearest duig store and
got a buttle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which lie had often
heard, ami took a number of largo
doses, He says the effect wus won
derful and Hint In u short lime he
wus breathing unite easily. He kept
on taking thu mediciiiu and tho next
day was able to comu to Dch Moines.
Mr. Maize regards his cure us simply
ivondurful. Fifty cent bullion for
s.du by u deulurs, lluiuioii, Smith
,& Qo,, AguuU.
Wkdsksday, Juno 1.
Noble Pun gave notice of (1) a bill
to create n permanent settlement, for
Her Majesty the Queen Dowager,
und (2) the repeal of the various
laws relating to Governors.
Rep. Koalioti gave notice of bill to
prohibit further introduction of cou
Rep. Aki'na gave noiii-e of a bill lo
establish n national bank.
Rep. Nawnhi offered a resolution
to the effect that the Milliliter of In
terior bu instructed to postpone tin
sale of the lease of thai certain In ml
in Puna, Hawaii, designated as
Minister Spencer said that there
was no necessity for the passage of
the resolution, as notice had already
been given to withdraw the sale.
Rep. Nawahi replied that he had
just asked a clerk in the ollicc and
be had said the sate would take place
Minister Spencer mildly remarked
that, "that clerk did not run the In
Rep. Nuwnhl expressed full faith
in the Minister aud withdrew the
Hep. Kapahu, notice of bill to
amend Sec. 81 of the Civil Code, re
luting lo billiard licenses ; also amend
Sec. 1170 of Civil Code relating to
Rep. Kaluna offered a resolution
that the Scrge.int-at-arius be author
ized to supply the members with
copies of all the daily papers.
Rep. Waipuilaui amended by the
addition of the word "weekly."
Rep. Smith considered that copies
of the dailies would be sutuctent,
only a rehash of the same news in the
Rep. Kaulii was in favor of both
dailies and weeklies but such only as
required by the members. The P.
C. Advertiser was perfectly useless
to him. Probably some of the Ha
waiian papers were useless to others.
He now subscribed for all the weekly
papers and would have them any
way. Moved as an amendment thai
the membeis supply a list of papars
required by them to the Sergeant-alarms,
aud thai he furnish those re
quired. On motion the" resolution as
amended by Rep. Knuhi was approv
ed. At 11:33 on motion of Noble
Mnrden the order of the day was
moved bringing up for second read
ing bill No. 1, introduced by Minis
ter Widemann,'and which had been
reported back favorably for passage
by the Finance Committee.
The bill is, "An Act to appropri
ate money with which to pay inter
preters not specially provided for
and to defray expenses of witnesses
in criminal cases in the Supreme and
Ciicuit Courts." The bill (as well
as the report of the Finance Com
mittee on the same) was read.
On motion of Rep. Ashford the
bill passed its second reading and to
On motion of Noble Cornwell the
bill was ordered to be read the third
On motion at 11:15 the Assembly
adjourned until to-morrow morning".
TmmsDAY, June 2.
House convened at 10 o'clock,
with barel' a quorum present, Presi
dent AValker in the chair. Minutes
of the previous meeting were read
The following petitions were read :
By Rep. Kumauoha, that the sala
ries of all Government eniployces be
reduced. To Judiciary Committee.
By Rep. Waipuilani from the dis
trict of Kona, containing -10 signa
tures that (1) a duty be imposed on
butter, (2) that the law to facilitate
the begiegution of lepeis be repealed,
(U) that leper hospitals be erected in
each district, (4) that all leper sus
pects now at the Leper Settlement
be allowed to return to their homes.
To Committee on Miscellaneous Pet,
lions. By Rep. Kamauoha, from Kohala.
containing Ml signatures that the
law allowing the importation of con
tract laborers be repealed. To Judi
From the Committee on Revision
and Enrollment, Noble Walbridge
presented an engrossed copy of bill
No, 1, relating to the appropriation
of money for the payment of certain
court expenses Report accepted.
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported bills Nos. 2, 3
und 1 printed aud ready for distribu
tion. Rep. Kiui)auoh from the select
committee to draft a reply to the ad
dress fiom the Throne asked for
f miner lime, which request was
Rep. Waipuilani gave notice of
bills (1) to increase the duty on rice,
(2) to increase the duly on spirit
uous liquors, (11) to amend the law
relating to the Homestcud Act.
Rep. Koahou presented a ques
tion to the Minister of Foreign
Affairs us to whether Her Majesty's
Ministry had authorized the Hawai
ian Minister at Washington, the I on,
J Moti Smith, to negotiate any treaty'
with thu United Stales Government
looking to the annexation thereto of
the Hawaiian Kingdom, Also whether
the bald representative at Wsuliitig
ton whs iiiblriieted to grunt a coaling
station (o thu United Slates at l'eurl
llurhor und to permit the luiiiUng of
Rep. Koahou gave notice of bill to
create a district magistrate forCen
Rep. Kapahu gave notice of bills,
(1) to restrict the importation of in
toxicating liquors into the Kingdom,
(2) to cancel the licenses for the sale
of liquor now in force.
Rep. Kamauoha gave notice of bill
to create additional tcims of the 1rd
Judicial Circuit Court.
Rep. Waipuilani under suspension
of rules read a bill to amend Sec 1,
Chap. 19, Session Laws of 181)0, re
lative lo the duties on coffie.
Hep. Kapuhu read a bill to amend
Sec. 2, Chap. 14, Session Laws of
1882, relating lo terms of Second
Judicial Circuit Court. The sne
member presented u lesolutiou that
the Minister of Intel ior have notices
posted on and about the wharf at
Piinaltiu, Kau, Hawaii, to the effect
that said wharf was free of use to
tho public. Adopted.
Rep. Aki gave notice of a bill to
prohibit hack drivers from conveying
women in their vehicles between sun
set and sunrise unless such women
were accompanied by their husbands
Rep. Kamauoha gave notice of bills
(1) to amend Chapter 07, Session
Laws of 18D0, relating to the intro
duction of Chinese laborers, (2) to
amend Sect 24, Chap. 78 of the Pen
ul Code, relating to the "Masters
and Servants" act.
Minister Spencer gave notice of a
hill relating to the suppression of
diseases among animals.
Rep. Iosepa, notice of bill to
amend Sec. 13, Chap. 8G, Session
Laws of 18U0, relating to the election
Rep. Waipuilani offered a resolution
that the sum of S",000 be inserted in
the Appropriation Bill for Hie pur
pose of assisting the telephone Co.
on Hawaii to lay lines from Waiohi
iiu to Kuilua. Laid on the table to
be considered with a bill on the sub
ject. Rep. Akina read under suspension
of the rules for the first time aud
without previous notice a bill to pro
vide for a Police Justice at Waimea,
Rep. Aki read for first time a bill
to amend the law relating to compul
sory vaccination On motion the bill
was laid on the table to be considered
with other lulls on the same subject.
Minister Spencer read for the first
time a bill lo establish a "Bureau of
Forestry aud Agriculture" in the
Department of the Interior.
Noble Macfarlane presented the
following to Minister Parker : I am
constrained to ask Her Majesty's
constitutional advisers whether they
intend taking any steps to rebuke the
unwarrantable action of the United
States Minister on a recent public
occasion? Au action which could
only be intended to interfere with
and obstruct the administration.
Minister Parker rose and stated
that he would by leave of the Assem
bly present an answer immediately to
the question of Noble Macfarlane
aud submitted the following reply :
"Iu answer to the question pro
posed by Noble Macfarlane 1 would
say that Her Majesty's Government
has given the matter careful con
sideration and has already taken
action in the premises."
At 11:05 Noble Marsden moved
the order of the day, and in accord
ance therewith the bill (No. 1) re
lating to appiopriation of money to
pay for services of interpreters and
of witness fees in criminal cases, not
otherwise piorided foT, was read for
the third time and passed.
Noble Baldwin gave notice to the
members of the Finance Committee
that there would be a meeting of that
At 11 :07 the Assembly adjourned
until to-morrow morning.
C. J. McCaiithy
street for fide.
Tkndkkh are asked
for printing for
Thk Mechanics' Benefit Union will
meet to-morrow evening,
Thk poultice to draw trade an ad
vertisement iu the Buli.ltin.
'J he Officers' Club is called for to
monow evening at tho barracks.
Ai-'ikii t-iuiviug iico Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Ht'iiMiu, Smith cfc Co., Agcutf.
SiiNiioiiN icliovi'd ut unco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Nativk Fans and Curios in great
variety at tlie "Elite" Ico Creum
I'm lorn. '1-lui
Tin: Bruin-wick billiard pailors aro
the inoi-t elegant jiIcupuio rei-ort iu
"Wiiiini: t-hall I see you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, tho
Brunswick." 0 tf
FiiKbii rolls and doughniitH and a
Hue cup of eoil'eu you can got every
morning at the "Elite" Ico Cream
Dm.icioiih coiiiui and chocolate will
bu i-erved every muming early at thu
I'alncu leu Cieiim Parlors, Liulwigoon,
& Oron, Hotel Htreet. 1-tf
(ii:r your nootb and t-hoes made
und repaiied by thu old Wailuku
bhoomuker, L, Toi.nniku, tin East
Hotel slieol, Fiist-cliibH work, low
1)iii:.sk.makino, Cutting und Fitting
done at Indies' boiiM'f. Perfect fil
giiaiantoed. MISS WOLF, 73 Bum
tiiuia blieet, or Mutual telephone li'.lli,
before 8 a, in. or 5:30 p. in, b'-Ilm
Minn ,M viv Lyi.k, Intel) book-keepur
with Kgan it (iiinn, U prepaid! to do
bUiiogrupbing and typo-writing at
moderate i,ilr. tli.idiintii of Hnuld's
Hilnim-i-i- College, Sail FruiiuUen.
Ollliu with C. J. MeCaithy, 35 Mer
chant blieet. 2-liu
'I 'HE OLDEST To.AILY,, In (lie
Knginc Co. No. I held its regular
monthly meeting yesterday at its
hall, Foi email Hobcil .More in the
chair. After loutine business a'pro
position was prosonted and carried
that the'deleyates be instructed to
nlt the Board of Representatives
which meets nel week that Engine
Co. No 1 be tinnished with electric
lights the same as the other houses.
At tlie next mui ting of the company
the election of olllcers will take
Mechanic Enuiuc Co. No. 2 held a
meeting at the Bell Tower yesterday
cveniiig. Routine business occupied
about half an hour, when the meet
ing adjoin ned.
Hook ee La liler Company, Fore
man Geo. K. Noitou presiding, had
a i iillendaiii e of 13 members at its
monthly nieeiii g Inst t'ight. Secre
tary Gus M Ruse rcpoi ted ho had
notified delinquent members. The
sum of S20 was forked up at this
meeting, of 25 cents a mouth dues.
The foreman announced that he had
inauguratid a monthly social for
reading and games, tho second Wed
nesday of each month, and, in an
swer to a question,' owned up that
he wos the donor of the nucleus of a
library which was neatly disposed on
shelves, consisting of oer 20 bound
volumes and a pile of paper-covered
books and magazines. A vote ol
thanks was passed to the foreman for
At a latgely ittended meeting of
Hie Fire Police on Tuesday evening,
presided over by Captain Thouia
Kiouse, business connected witli hall
furnishings was transacted. It was
decided to invite olllcers of the De
partment and of other companies,
and pres representatives, to the
opening of the new hall at 8:30 next
Tuesday evening. The company
decided to buy a piano that had been
offeied and placed on view iu the
The best spring medicine is a doe
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the -vhole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Ajients.
When in need of SOAP
that von will be betlei
frl i i
nmnj.i t.-uij t im fall
ing to a stoic th.it keeps
a largo ashoitineut of the article u
quired. 'e jdESeXttSX tielicve it may in
terest WJff$5AiSMS yu to know th.it
this Rtw&v store is that place.
This aHSasis' week we call your
attention to a new soap in this mar
ket. As thu iiiannfacliiiurs have in it
been in biiainebs for ccnluncn they
aic willing to fffgrrnj part with
their prodtieltftjwjkov&k for less mo
ney than old TESgiglgjj&Sy or houses,
and you re SSSSSS ceive the
Jas. S. Kirk & Co. are striving to
make tiH good an article us tlie other
soap makers and "( their
Sliandon Bells vpjEp i-o.ip ib
equal to the bobl. WiMfe55
These cuU do c '" "' ' not re
present the size of the cakes, but the
difference is in tlie price.
1 he store that sells the -tetsps
best soda will sell the most (qurxn' oath
soap, i on are a judge of
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner ITort it JClnir ("IreolH.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
j , On aud after Muv lt,
vat'5;--t 1S!'- ,,IU Nt-'w aml Du
,raa,rftr Ph.iblo Modem Residence
' 2S&!3JVil-' ol the iiuilcrigncd, on
Thiii.ston Avenue, containing Laige Par
lor. Dining Room, Conservatory, Two
Hediooms, Dressing Room with Station
ary Washttaud and Cedar Waidiobe,
llatiirooiu wPh Patent Closet and Hot
and Cold Water attachment. Pantries,
China Closet and Kitchen with Now
Baiigc, Hot Water Holler aud all attach
ments complete. .
Large and convenient Stable on the.
pi euiises containing two nil ge nox-staiis
carriage, harness and feed rooms, and
Uioutids 2iH)x'200, beautifully laid out
and teiiaeed. The view is iiiiMtip.i'oed
For bother particulars see
W. (5. AhHLHY,
:itJI5-tf O. H. & L. Co.'s Depot.
The Al Nti'iuiiHliIji
YollX. Cum in nu it i-1-,
Is due at this pint on June lllth and will
leave for the ubovn pons on or
i Bay-Foi Fieight or Passage, having
Mipoi ior Cabin and bteeiago accommo
dations, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., Ld,
I'JU I iii Agents.
C. B. RIPLEY,
Oi pick: Room fi, Sniookuls' Hloek.
Mutual Telephone 208.
Now Designs I Modern Builtupgs I
Complete plans and feneclllcations for
every ilnoeiiptloii of building, I'ouliueti
drawn and caiuful Hupeilnti'iideiice of
conjunction given when lenulied, (.'all
I nml examine nlaiir. upr iii l.V
WIidii you want a l'ortruiL
lilni'Kil tidll on Kiin Ui'oh.,
t (liitlr pi Ico licit smil Hf(
l.MUiuiihiH. 'l'huy ttinlt bu bout.
--fcY a(5r .'i'KWp-'
labor equal to a two cent bounty on the sugar produced on
the land which the plow has broken. Jt means Unit your
saving in horses, mules or oxen will pay for the plow the
first week you ,use it
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprocket' Bank, Honolulu.
'V 11 10
llPUHAGil SlIuTTBR !
Is the ver) lalil aclfu veinent in
These Sinn it.k.s, tlie
M. A. Seed Plates
i and Tin: .vr.w
ZGiss-Aiiistipat LiBiws !
ARE FOH SALE BY
HOLLISTER & CO..
Sole Agentb foi tin Hawaiian Islands.
ISr. SL jiL3 JML
104 Fort ttreec, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TR-MMINGS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS !
Special Reduction in- School Hats
nsr FOR I WEEK ONLY -t
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
COXS'IU'UITXG THE "PIONEEU" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IX 185!) BY C. K. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUOTIXO THE
Furniture, Cabinet Making, Upholstering ifi Uoderlakicn
business In Honolulu aie still extant, and the business. Its oilgiuator aud
picscnt piopiletot heie lo stay. Havhn; purchased thu eutiio iuteicst of
the late linn of II. II. Williams X Co., eompilsiug the hugest Block of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; pilnolp illy selected by II. II. Williams dining his lalethiee
months' vUit to thu CoH-t, I now offei this Muck aud fiituie additions for
CASH at pi lee much less than h-ietolore ehaiged.
jur Tho iiudei signed lu lesumliig Ills old place and business would i especi
ally tender In- grateful thinks for the Jlhetal palionagu of old friends of this
aiid'ueighboiing Islands, ami hope- to uieiii a eoiitlmiaiieo of Iheir favors while
soliciting a shale liom new fiieiids; and again offcia bin services lu
Moving; Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Lxpcrleueed and fateful .Men with Suitable Apparatus.
M-tling of SupoHor Quality Furnished and Laid by Competont Vlon !
B&- PIANOS FOR SALE OR RNT AT LOW FIGURES.-
CORN UK U'OKT &
1 in I'tS'iiiiiM I
Vl't Mill SHI lor
Ladies', Men's &
itiiiov Com ;
tr Before )uii uuUi ) out puiohnw
To your stuck of plantation
iinpleinonls an article that i.s
growing in favor with man
agers and employees every
lay. We want you to rea
lize that your annexation
means a savinir of expense in
K7IWlltMllrtW ., ClhiJIBPI
LATEST STYLES IN
NEW RIBBONS !
liji I'jniiiH !
TI!Hr,l) lYH Oiilj
Children's Shoes !
ltl-V COKI J
iu esll in and vmuiIub our pi uhw. Sa