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15 ' TIME TABLE.
I'ltml AMI AKTl'.ll I'l'.lt. I. N!.
A.M. A.M. V.M. 1 M.
Lsavo Honolulu. ..(I:1V 8 -! 1 s-15 4 ::int
Arrivo Hnnoull!ill..7 :JC ! :7 2 :"" fi:.t
Loavo Honotiliull..7::t(i 10:4:1 3 -.1 1 ":12t
Acrivo Honolulu. ..8 ill.V llsiWi 4 :5 0:501
l'I'.Altl. OITV LOCAL.
LllVO llinolillil 5:2oji
Arrive l'mi I'lly ii:rSj
Lr.vo "car Cny . .itsOO
Arnva llono U'u...l: 10
t Satimins iinlv.
TIiIch. Hun null .Tlonii.
11 V C. .1. LIONS.
DAY. ? ! "it?" - nl
V1 j .""-"' - i
11.111. 11.111. u.in. 11.111. I
.Mnn. 27 HSU 0 111130 1 'JO f 20 4' 3 S3
Tiles. 28 7 40 U SO .... 1 40 5 20 0 11 10 SU
I I 11.111. p.m.
Weil. 1211 8 111 7 10 2 l!Vi 2 0 5 21' 0 40 11 It
Thlll-8. SO il 0 II 20 :l 15 H (I ft 21 li 10 11 4S
Fll. 1 lliiOlO II 3 SO 5 30 21 B 10
111. 111. ll.lll. I
hat. 2 11 20 11 0 .1 0 0 (I 5 22 (I 40 II 111
sun. a il so il so fi 20 il :w n 22 11 40 0 45
I'ilst quiu-ti'i- l tliu moon on tho 1st, ut S.12
T JU. 15
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21), 1892.
OSS Alntncda, Morse, fiom Australia
mill New Zealand
Stmr Juincs Makec from Knpuii
Srhr Moiwaliiue from llaurikiui
tit in r J A Cummins from Koolau
Stmr Iluwiiil foi Hamnkua
btmr Jus Makeo for Kapiia, Kiiunl
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
OSS Alameda, Morse, for San Frnncisco
Am 5-in sclir Louis Hatch, for Sim
GARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jas Makec--SoBO hags sugar, 70
bags lire 11 ml 5 pkgs sundiies.
For Maui, per stinr Cluudinc, June
28 Mrs S (J Wilder, J Colvillo, G
Balfour, Mis.-cs Angus (2), Prof J Q
Wood, 1'iof 1' H Omlo, Miss M 11
Wing, Mis 1- F Dale, .Ins Judd, E E
Lyman, G W MeD.mgall, Ghas Far
den, F Armstrong, Call Miiortons, W
" Bcekley, W E liiown, Henry O Hap.ii,
Ily Jaeger, Ernest Ross, Guy Good
ness, S Ah Mi, Mr G.iy and daughter,
ECMarden, E G Homer, J Flem
ming, ISIibs C Alexander, Airs W F
For Kauai, per stnirMikahnlu, Juno
28 Mr M It Hiee and two children,
Mrs S W Wilcox, Miss Smith, Minxes
Wilcox (2), Mr Sproull, Mr Railway,
Miss A Nott, J Conradt, II if Ex W 11
llico and family, Miss Lay ton, S Hart,
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S t-an Kninciseo, Hear-Admiral
lti'owu, from San Diego
Am sh Pactolus, Ueadle, fioui Neweastle,
X s v
Am bkt W II Dlinoud. Nelson, from Sau
Am bknic 1'laiitnr, Dow. from San Frau-
Ain'selir AI0I111, JoIiumih, fiom Sau
Am bgt Win G lrwln, MeCiilloeh, from
Aiiibk.Mary S Ames, ICnowIu", from New
Am Mihr liee Cooke, I'enh.illow, from
Eu bk Opltlr, Uriigulciv, from Neweastle,
X S W
Norbk llavfiuen, Evensuu, from Xew-
Brit bk Kiiiiuiti-ii from Newcastle, X S V
Urit bk Veritas fiom Neweastle, X S W
Am bktuo S G Wilder. Grllllilli, from San
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 il S Hiel, Mori, from Japaii
USS lloston, from San Francisco, July
It M S S Monowai, Carey, from Sau Kian-
clseo, July 1
S S Gaelic, Pcarue, from San Franelseo,
IILSS Pajmug, due
Am bk Matilda, from Xeweastle, X S V.
GcrbkJC I'lluger, from Bremon, July
Ger bk J C Gltule, from Liverpool, Juuo
Haw blilp Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 16
Am bk Marg.net from Newcastle, NSW
Bk dieta from Newcastle, N S V
The hark Mary S Ames lias been dis
mantled and Is undergoing gunoral over
lauding previous to her leaving for Ly
biiu islaiiil to load with guano
Tliu hark llavfiuen Is taking lu ballast
at Urn Kluau wharf tind will leave boon
for the Sound,
The ri-iiiasted schooner Louis will
leave lo-inoirow for Min Franoheo with
a full load of sugar. The Loulb received
sugar from the Kllauea Hon to-day.
QUARTERS AND DIMES.
liotli Bishop & Co. and Chins
Sprcuki'ls & Co. have rcquubtuil us
to uiiiiouiiuu that (juailers uiid (limes
can he hud ut their hunks to any
uinouiil ik'hircd, in exeluinge for
silver or olil. Their ciiBtoinuTH
usually object to taking und 1
The Advui User's iirtiulu on lliu iiih
jeel Ib nilieitleil liy tliu hunkers.
rhttui'u I'' n u H(H iiuido to
onUsr from Iiitont HlyUwof
iiioiililiiiKS. (iioviiUin of
old pic.lun'H 11 Hiiooially ut
Kiijy 15ioh Jlotel btroot.
LOCAL AND GEMERAL HEWS.
TllK b.md will play nt tliu Hawaiian
Hotel tliin evening.
Si;vi;iial Ausltnliuli sports tiro ex
pected on the Alameda.
Tun National Democratic Convcn-
,i,m wrt to mcot il Chicago on the
lltll t uov
Diamond 1Ii:ah, II p. in. Weatliet
clear, wind fresh northeast ; Aluniedn
VirroniNU Souz.i, reported yestur
dny on trial for nialiuiuus tni.-uliiet,
was diichuiged tlii iiiuriiiug.
TllKgnht 111ed.il f'jr thu Coiiulhiiiti
Cup to hu inn for ut Wailuku was
foi warded ye-terduy on the 01 .inline.
Should the It. M. S. S. Alaiiiedu
uirive finiii the Colonies in time the
hand will play at thu Hawaiian Hotel
Thk absence of a second-class yacht
race on the 4th of July is freely com
mented on by owners of mioh yachts.
Why is this?
Tin: 11, M. S. Alameda is coming
into port as this paper goes to press.
She will probably sail for S.m Fran
eitco at noon to-morrow.
Jas F. Mouoan will hold a sale to
morrow at 10 o'clock at his salesroom
of goods damaued on voyage of hn
poitation by the Mary S. Ames.
Aiitil'I.k.s of ftn nituie and oflicc
furuiiliiiigs of the lain C. Alee will be
sold to-morrow b J. F. Morgan at thu
olliue of Chilian & Co at noon.
Phok. W. 1). Alexander and 11 party
of young gentlemen left on thu steam
er Kiiiuu yesterday for an exploring
expedition to Malum Kea, Hawaii.
Thk steamer Claudino will leave
Honolulu ut 0 o'clock Sunday even
ing, to entry passengers to tho races
ut Spreekelsvillc, ami returning leave
Kalmlui at 0 o'clock Monday even
ing. A cilANdi-: for the better has been
noted in the tailing qualities of the
yacht Hulcne. A number of people
on the city front watched her per
formances with admiration yesterday
A ltiniEAitHAL of the minuet dance
will take place to-nioirow evening at
8 :30 o'clock at the i'alace. A full at
tendance is desired. The entrance to
thu Palace will be through the gate
on Palace Walk.
The official announcement of the
annual lirst-elaes yacht race appears
to-day. Entries may bo made until
2 o'clock Saturday, with Mr. W. M.
Gill'.ud, Secretary of the Hawaiian
Kowing and Yachting Association.
TIiko. P. Severin, the well-known
photographer, has opened a studio
on Fort street over F. Gertz's store.
The rooms are large and airy and tho
operating room is well ventilated.
Mr. Severin solicits the patronage of
Visits were paid H. B. M.S. Cham
pion to-day by Governor Cleghurn
and btidl', Major J. H. Wodchouse,
British Commissioner, and His Excel
lency S.unuol Parker, Minister of For
eign Allaire. The customary salutes
A NUMHKK of people may be seen
daily going out to the sea-wall where
the diedgc is at woik, looking for
ohells dumped out through tho pipes.
A Poitugucbe lad made no less than
ijill onifday selling shells which hu had
There was a hula exhibition on
Hotel, below M.iunakcu, street last
niirlit, for which an admission fee of
twenty-five cenU was charged. A
largo number including foreign visi
tors were present and evidently en
joyed the affair.
Tun ICamehameha School will give
a conceit at Kawaiahao Chinch on
Saturday evening, ui-sisted by the
Kawaiahao Seminary girls and olhci
musical talent. This proceeds will be
for di friuing tho i-xpensc of the glee
club in a trip round the ii-lund.
A ni:w power piess and tho greatei
part ol a complete new outfit of news
ptipoi, book and job typu arrived by
the barkunline S. G. Wilder for th'o
Daily Bulletin Puiili.iiing Com
pany. When set up the new plant
will be bccond to none in Honolulu.
Puksku . B.Sutton of the Alameda
has been very ill on the passage up,
being for three days placed under the
iniluence of morphine. Mr. Sutton
has only been out of bed since yester
day and ib still a very sick man. His
many friends with him a speedy re
covery. Hon. and Mrs. J. B. Atliorton will
give u marriugo reception of their
daughter, Mary Gushing, and Mr.
Theodore Itichards, from nine till
half-past ton this evening. Thu couple
will leave for tho United States by
the steamer Alameda duo to sail to
uioriow. A native 11 lined Moepono, whoso
trial on a charge of obtaining $G0
under false pretenses from a China
man has been ponding in thu Police
Court for some months past, was dis
charged this morning on thu failure
of thu prosecuting counsel, A. Kosa,
The famous Senator Stanford has
been entered for the 4th of July races
ut Kahului, Maui. It is the talk
among a few that "the prince of thu
track" has changed owners, tho pre
bont owner being highly pleased with
tho recoid thu hoibti made 011 a cer
Thkuk will bo a mooting of tho St.
Andrew's Church Association in the
Sunday school room to-morrow, Thtirs
day,"evuning at 7 :!i0 o'clock. A full
ultcmliiiicu is requested of thu ilium
hers of thu second congregation. Thu
hiisiucbS will bu thu ro-orgunizatioii of
thu constitution and by-laws.
Waij Yan alius Ah lowing, u China
man, was committed to tho tender
euro of Dr. MoWiiyiiu at tho Insunu
Asylum yuiduiduy on. uvidenuo tif Dr.
Pi loreon that hu hud a mania for
di liuioiib. The limn imagined hu hud
prominent friends anil plenty of
money, A dietuul relative of Van's
tried lo gut him oil' by htutiue. that
hu was butter.
TWENTY-SEVEN IT1 DAY.
Wednesday, June 29, 18U2.
The members present at 10 o'clock
were called to order lor the purpose
of listening to the prayer of the
Chaplain. It was 10: Wi before n
quorum wn9 present and the n-iidiiig
of the minutes pioeeeded with. Min
utes weru approved as read.
The followinu petitions were pre
sented and referred:
liy Hep. Altlua from Wulin-n,
Kuutii, thai SloOO he appropriated
for the purpose of building :i break
water in the Waimea river. To Com
mittee 011 Public Lands.
By Noble lua, two petitions, con
taining U3 signatures, that a new
Constitution be "ranted ; also, that
all Government olliccrs be elected by
the people. Tabled for consideration
with bills on the same subjects.
By Hep. Smith, from one S. H. Ila
puku of Liliue, that S200 be paid
him for land damages. To Commit
tee on Public lands.
liy Hop. Kuuiauoliii, from district
of liana, (1) that licenses for the
sale of opium be sold al public auc
tion ; (2) that tailor shops be licensed
in the sum of Sol each. Huturred
to committees having charge of bills
on the subjects.
By Hep. Niiliinu, from one person,
that the sum of 81000 be paid for
certain road damages. To Public
By Hep. Ivamauolia, from district
of liana, (1) that licenses be granted
in each district for the sale of light
wines and beers and at $100 each;
(?) that licenses for the sale of spir
ituous liquors be reduced from 81000
to 8250. Huferred to Temperance
By Hep. Alcina, from 34S resi
dents of Kauai, that an appropria
tion be made for the benefit of thu
Kauai Industrial School. To Com
mittee 011 Education.
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported Bills No. 70 and
Hep. Smith gave notice of a meet
ing of the Visiting Committee to Mo
lokai for 4 o'clcck this afternoon.
Rep. Waipuilam was substituted for
Noble Pu a on the Committee.
Hep. A. S. Wilcox gave notice of
a bill lo admit rice free of duty in
certain cases. Also a resolution
that $500 be appropriated lor re
pairing a certain road on Kauai.
Resolution referred to the Committee
on Public Lands.
Noble Williams read for the first
lime a bill to define the duties of
Ministers and other executive olliccrs
of the Government in tho purchase
Rep. Bipikanc gave notice of a
bill lo amend the law to regulate the
construction of buildings in the
Hep. Ashford gave notice of bills
(1) to define contempt of court and
punishment therefor. (2) To define
the construction of the 7th Article of
the Constitution. j) 10 increase
exemptions of property of bankrupts
and judgement creditors. (4) To de
fine right of defendants in criminal
eases to bail. (5) To amend Chapter
VI. Penal Code, relating to treason.
(C) To invest Board of Representa
tives of the Honolulu Fire Depart
ment with gi eater control over the
moneys belonging to said Depart
ment and over the appointment, du
ties and removal of the Fire Marshal.
(7) To license and regulate the im
portation of opium. (8) To amend
the law relating to the duties of Fire
Marshal. (U) To provide for the
election of police and district magis
trates by the people.
Noble J. M. Horner gave notice of
a bill to regulate the bouts of labor
of Government employees.
Rep. Waipuilani gave notice of
bills (1) to regulute the slaughter
and salu of beef; (2) to repeal the
law providing a permanent settlement
for Mrs. J. E. Barnard ; (3) to en
courage the cultivation of pineapples j
(4) relating to lantana; (5) lo pro
vide for the preservation of certain
Hawaiian birds ; (fi) relative lo the
preset vation of forests; (7) t.j pro
vide for the appointment of pol.co
and district justices; (8) to provide
for thu prosecution of those who may
destroy old heiaus (temples) or com
mit other acts of vandalism; (i)
that teachers in the public schools
repeat rules of health to their schol
ars ; ( 1 0) to provide election of Gov
ernors by the people.
Hep. Kamauoha gave notice of a
bill to prohibit the obtaining of Gov
ernment olllce by any person who is
a member of any secret organization.
Noble I'utt gave notice of bill for
the issuing of Hoytil Patents lo own
ers of kuleaiuiB in Konolnki lands.
Hep. Aki gave notice of a hill
providing for the division of Hono
lulu into live separate taxation dis
tricts. Hep. Kahlua gave notice of a bill
to provide for thu descent of iulici St
ances. Hep. Kanealil gave notice of hills:
(1) To regulatu charges of hacks.
(2) To authorize the Queen to call a
Noble Baldwin gave notice of a
hill to amend the "Auditor General
Hep. Kouhou offered a resolution
that the Visiting Committee ho
authorized to release persons from
thu Leper Settlement 011 consultation
with doctors, To Sanitary Commit
tee. Hop. Aki read for the llrst time a
bill to license driven of tniuicars.
Hep. White road for the llrH time
h hill to piovido a convention lo
fnuuo a constitution for the ilawiiljiui
Kingdom. Albii a rusoluliou lliu,t
jfDOOO be upjiropriatcil for rcpulrhjij
n breakwater and the wharf and
market nl Liliaina, Maul. To Pub
lic Lands Committee.
Minister Whiting gave nolieo of
bills: (t) Relative to collisions at sea.
(S) TodiUue highways. (3) Relative
to the opening and closing of high
ways. Noble Pua offered a resolution that
81000 be appiopnaled for a bridue
aureus a stream tit Niihau. To Pub
lic Lauds Committee,
Hep. Waipuilani offered a resii
tion piovidiug for thu uppropiiatlou
of various amounts f r iuudiugs and
wharves in the district of Kuna, Ha
waii. Committee on Public Lands.
Hep Kiipnhu presented the follow
ing qiiustioiis to the Attorney-General.
(1) The amount received from
opium and liquor condemned ami
sold? (2) lias all the liquors con
demned been returned to thu Gov
ernment? (3) What has been done
with seizures of liquors illicitly dis
tilled? (4) Have Deputy Sheriffs
the right to lake alcohol away from
persons taking photographs?
Hep. Kamauoha gave notice of a
bill instructing teachers in primary
schools to send their pupils to Sunday
Hep. White gave notice of a bill to
mitigate the evils arising from pros
titution. Noble Pua offered a resolution that
82500 be appropriated for a wharf at
Kaiinukakai, Molokai. To Public
Hep. Akina gave notice of hills,
(1) to reorganize the internal police;
(2) to amend Sec. 1, Chap. XC. of
the Penal Code. Also, a resolution
that $1000 be apprpriated for the ex
tension of a landing at Waimea,
Kauai. Referred to Public Lands
Committee. Also, read for the first
time a bill to levy a tax iipoirsalaries
of Government employees.
Noble Thurston from the Commit
tee on Public Lauds read a report
relative to a resolution asking for an
appropriation of 83000 for an arte
siau well at Hooluhua, Molokai. The
committee refer to the failure at
Kamalo in 1885, and consider "the
amount asked for could bo spent
witli more advantage to the public in
some other manner and that, for the
present, at least, the investigation
for water on Molokai should be left
to the owners of the lands to lie
benefited thereby." "Signed by all
the members of the committee. On
motion the report was adopted.
Rep. Kouhou gave notice of a bill
to provide for the teaching of Eng
lish and Hawaiian in all primary
Rep. Kupa'iu gave notice of ;i hi!1
lo strictly torhid thu obtaining ot a
Government olllce by jiuy person,
employee or proprietor in muiiul'jc
Hep. Nuhinu gave notice of bills
(1) To authorize the Representatives
to engage 111 uuw indiislues during
their term of olllce. (2) To ivgu.atu
the salaries of the postmasters and
mail-carriers on Molokai. (.'!) To
define the duties of the olli -ers,
(Secretary, Sergeant-al-Arms, Mes
senger and Janitor) of the Assein
bly. (4) To regulate the salu ot
kuleanus belonging to kuimiaiuus at
the Lepper Settlement. (5) Regulate
steamer trips between Molokai and
Rep. Kuiiniynano offered resolu
tions that, (1) 81P00 be appropriated
for a wharf at South Kohala, Hawaii ;
(2) 8500 for a road al South Kohala.
Both referted to Committee 011 Public
Lands. Also, notice of bill-, (1) to
transfer duties of Fence Commis
sioners, etc.. lo police justices; (2)
to license Hie salu of jerked beef
(3) to encourage the election and
extension of telephone lines ; (4) lo
encourage the manufacture of jnnis,
jellies and fruit syrups; (5) to auth
orize the Minister of Iuleiiorto regu
late the use of landings owned by
the Government ; ,(0) to amend .tin
law lelalivu lo appeals from Ciicml
At 1 1 :28 Hie Order of the Day
was moved and Ri-p. Kamauoha uas
appointed to the chair, the A si-inbly
resolving into Committee of the
Whole to consider the Appropriation
The "Postal Bureau" was ttill be
fore thu Committee mid Noble Will
iams moved that the first item,
"Salary of Postmaster-General,"
passed at 80,500 al the previous sil
ting, which action, although ap
proved by the House, was reconsid
ered yesterday, now pass at $0,000.
Argument was commenced and
continued, for and against the reduc
tion, until 12:01, ut which hour thu
Assembly, on motion of Hep. Robert
Wilcox, took recess until 1 :30
O. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
blreet for rale. 3-tf
Ai-tkk bli.iving mu Ciicumbor Skin
'Iodic. Bciimui, Smith it Co., Agents,
SitNiUMtN iidieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic, Ituiiboii, Smith & Co.,
The Bruiibwiuk billiaid parlors are
thu most elegant plcaMiru uimh t in
"WllEKK shall 1 bud you this even
ing?" "Oh, eiimo old place, the
Di.i.tcioiih coli'ci) and chocolate will
bo bcivcd nvuiv morning early at the
l'nl.icu Ice Cicain 1'ailois, Ludwigbuu,
A- C1011. Hnlul Mieel. 1-tf
DitKib.MAKi.sri, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. I'eifect lit
guuianlced. MISS WOLF. 73 Urn
tuui.i blind, or Mutual telephone (S'JO,
hcfnio 8 a, 111. or 5:30 p, in, 8-3m
Miss Maiiv LYi,i:,lniuly book-keeper
nub Eg.iiitv Giiiiii, is piiipmcd to qo
Muinigiaphinc; ami typo-writing at
iiUHluratu Hti- tinidimtuof lliudd's
Hlibinu- Colli ge, &tii PiiuicUco.
Ulliuu with U. J. .MuOuiiJiy, fi 5h-r.
chant ntiuui, 2alni
FIREWORKS FOR THE FOURTH.
Main people have sionillcd their
, readiness lo subscribe for fireworks
I for the evening of tho 4th of July.
1 If someone would no round with a
list, the thing would bo done. Mr,
Lederer has a fine lot of pyrotechnl
cul piiccs i,n hand and, although
there lull be good individual dls
plas the elfict would be much
i;n ati r if all combined in an exhibi
tion on Punchbowl, or even on the
Hotel urouuds between d incus while
Mil' ball is 111 plllgtCsS. Not u few
Americans tegard thu fourth as
pooi 1 1 kept without lirewoiks.
flQ i" WATER BAG
THE 1 lllo-ey of hot witter iii ioll nu
m.iloiy conditions c.in-haidly be
iiveirnti d. To a limited extent its
value has lung been known. Our
grandmothers made uu of wiinliui
cloths dippid in hot water as a sub
stitute foi hut-water bags. At piesenl
the woilb of this remedy in almost nil
forms of pain is generally recognized
by the medical profess"on.
Hot cloths, however, are not con
venient of application ; are apt to wet
the clothes, mid they soon cool and
requiio repealed dipping. The rubber
bag is in every respect superior, Oneo
biought to thu proper leinperatuie,
the heal i long retained ; it is neat,
and eay of application.
We have them in sizes of 1, 2, 3
and 4 quarts.
Every hoif-eliold should have onu
at least leady for an emergency.
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO..
Corner K"ort ..Vr JCtntX Mr-elH.
YANKEE DOODLE !
-rii-.ugnB' nA..u , v.i sir 'v. i 1., ;
4th of July, 1892.
Grand town tS Piniir
CcS" The Uciynl II iMiiit'in Sirin-j: ILiii '
and Native Slngeir. under ilic ir.:i'ir I
(llii'cii'in of Piof. lierger will b- in ai-leiiilaiu-e
to fuini-li oniric fur Iiunr
lug, eie , dining tin- da v.
TRAIN'S LK VK IIO'OUTLIT at 7M
!), HI, ll, VI, I, . a, I and -I ::i"
KETIJKVIVG LKWE KB.MOVD
GROVE at !l. 10, ll. 1 2, l, 2, !t, l. 1
and 0 o'clock.
Popular Eat-s of Far-:
Japan se Wrest iny! Tool Racing l
Mors (lacing! Tuu-oI-War!
And Oliiur Sports!
TRAIN'S 1,10 VK HONOLULU at 7::(i,
!), 2 anil I :,'!() o'clock.
JtKTI'KNMNU LUiVF i: V MILL at
a 10 Id: ',.., :,:ls. mil ,A'l o'clo k.
Po.-ulaj' Iin.U-8 of Fare:
7Sc HODMD 1' :li'"76c
f& i rPWO N'ew Collages to let
&rv-'fc& " l'l,lli;hbinvl stieet.
BfkWa Euqulio of
13 Xiiiiauii gtrcct.
rIMlE Cottage and Piemlses
No. l:l Emilia street,
RaUsoB opiiositi) the residence of Mr.
James Camnbcll, belonging to f lie Es
tate of I'has. Long, deet'iiRed. Apply to
155 1m F. A. SCllAKFKK.
,l HOUSE below the Prl-
sou, cumulus 5 Rooms,
Dbiliigiooiii, Pantry. Kitchen
ami Bath. Runt Sl.'i per month. Apply
to L. P. FERN X DEB.
tr.l hu At 11 F. Wlehiuaii's.
IfOL'SK within 7 iuiiiute'
1. walk Inuii PoH Olllce,
containing Dliibigroom, Par
lor, : Large hli'il UedroouiK, Kitchen,
I'ailtrv. Ilallirouui, etc., elu. AUill'Cnn,
with i'iiII iianleiilaib. "P. O. Box 87."
jwi. ,. A NICE Onlt.igu on Ueiu-
.fflwftafl r. inula stieet near l'illol
stieet, 1 outaiiilug I'ailor, Tuo
BeuroouiM, iSatliioinu, liliiliig-iouiu,
Pantry and kitchen; Servant'" Room,
Carriage House, Stable, 010. Trainvavi
piirh every '.'U iiiintile.. Apply ofiku of
this paper, ir.s tf
POlt KENT or LEASE
(-a'PHIi I'reiuWos on Eiiiuiii
KfYa L tii'ul lately oceiiplmt 11
A. II Naomi, a .New and
Hunirahle Uoiue uuutiiluiug liilclicn,
llntlliooin, ule , etc Aim, UutliullMia
011 thu piiimUiiK, will hu iviiumI or
huKud PoMuathui lvn Ut ol July.
Apply' on thu iiiojuUu.
iWlM A, B, SAJQXJ!,
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A J 1 ViM
d 1 u M
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spieckels' Bant, Honolulu.
D DEWING hit
i m u $n
prr. b - cj
BREWERS OF f-!S
Pure Malt and Highast Gratia Hops !
Iay No Corn or Coru prepiraii ms u-c 1 in place of Milt, as is .1 me
by o 1 ir E'istern Breweries, 111 ord.-r to lienpcn the c -t of their !' or,
and i-ompitc im h our nnd n- 1 il "il an I ju- ly f 1 uul irticle.
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity: G kettles every 24 hours, G.000 Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Material: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,o00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or C(rn Preparations are used in the manufacture
of the Anheusek-Buscii Br.ER. It is, therefore, the highest priced, but the
Host wholesome, and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shipping Capacity : 100,000,000 Rottles and '.,000,000 Kegs.
Thu Aiiheuser-Btisth Co, have carried olf the highest honors and thu
highest class gold medals wherever they have computed. At all of the
International Exhibitions, throughout the world, their Beer excelled all
This Company have prepared a special brand of their highost grade
Beer, for the Hawaiian Iblands, known us "SPECIAL 15KEW," with
a handsome label and in white bottles, which with their best " EXPORT
A.NIIEUSER" in dark bottles, hurutoioro inporled, we will now
supply to thu trade in quantities to suit.
a W. MAOFARLANE & CO.,
l'r'l AIm for ih.- ''.ltiiiiiuu EhIuuiI. tf
104 Fort utrest, Honolulu.
Choice Millinery !
WE HAVE l'HE VERY LATEST STYLES IN
Hats, Bonnets & Toques !
NEV TRIMMINGS I NEW RIBBONS 1
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
a" FOR I WE!C ONLY
.GHtLDRENb" S.CM0.L HATS F,0M5i6iTlS.
Time makes many changes
and it's about lime some
changes should be made in
yottr dinner set. The new
designs in HAVrLAlSD
which we show is the best
change you can make,
tfew Goods ex "W. G.
Irwin" now on exhibition and
fur sale. Prices much lower
fi ft i fl
P--4. a c .
35S EXCLUSIVELY I
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