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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
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Arrive llonoulluli.. 7 :L'C !it"7 2:7 fls.tot
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Arrive Honolulu. ..H:;t.'i Utii4:Ai i:6U1
l'LAUL CITY LOCAL.
Arrive Po.irl fily
Lchvo Pear' City.. 11:00
Arrive Honolulu. ..(1:40 .
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THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1892.
Stuir Wuialeale from H:itn:iku:i
Stinr O 11 bishop from Waianao and
OSS Alameda, Morse, forS.iu Fraueico
at 10 a m
Am 5-ni sclir LouN, Hatch, for San
Am bktne W 11 Dlmoiid, Nelson, for San
Am bk S O Allen, Thomp.-ou, for Sail
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr Waialealc 14P-I bugs Migar
Stinr (J H Ilisliop 270 bugs sugar, 100
bag lice, 'M bides ami S pUgs stm-
From tlio Colonic, per OSS Ala
meda, June 21) I! l'.aili, Mrs Jakcm
and 2 cliildieu, G 0 Aluuro and wife,
G Willis, ii Saigeut, N Logan and
jib mt 170 in transit.
For San Franciboo, por 5-masted
s-eh Louis, June :() Mrs von Gerich
ten, Mihs Nellie von Geriehten.
For San Fianeisco, per bklne W 11
Dimoud, Junc.'iO Mr Faringtou, Mrt,
Scliodhorn and 4 children, MUs G
Behlagstor, Mr.-" Searing and dnughtci.
For San Francisco, por OSS Ala
meda, June HO Mrs II B Smith, Mr."
O II iMcade, Tlieo Kiohards and bride,
Fr.mk Baldwin, Miss A B Gallagher,
G It Ourotheri-, II II Williams, Mits
Juwett, Mrs S J Aiulrown, Miss Mar
tin, 11 in L P Kinney, Dr hut, and
wife, Mr Walton, F A Smith, Miss'J
1' Uutchiufeon, W II Chance, V A
Chance, Dr S B Swift, wife and child,
Mibs II S Kinney.
The following vessels are on the way
to Honolulu with eo il; m llftf argaiel
with 1101 ions; Am U Muinlng Light
with 102S ton,.; Am bUne Wiesiler with
The O S S Alameda's eirgo outward
from this pint consisted of 107 boxen of
pineapple.-, I'luix Wi cox; 00 bunches ol
bananas and II L' boxes ot pineapples, J
Miaw; HIS liiuiche- of bananas. Camp
bull, Marshall & (0; 181 boxes of pine
apples, J Kldwell; 147 hunches of ba
nanas, UT Gullck; 2ti0 hunches of ba
nanas, Geo Lyeuigus. Domestic value,
$2,8.-,.00. There were :tO(i." packages in
The barkentliie W II Dliuond, II O
Nelson master, sailed this afternoon for
the Golden Gate with the following car
go of rice: M S Grhibaum & Co, 4070
bags; Sing Cliong & Co, 1207 bugs. l)o
nie.tlc value, S-S.HIil.
The .ri-muRted schooner Louis and bark
S O Allen will leave this afternoon for
the Count with loads of sugar.
The lbitish bark Sumatra has been
moved to the I M S S whaif wbeie she
will discharge the remainder of her car
go of coal.
JUCIIAltDS-ATHKltTOX In Honolu
lu, June 20, 102, at the iisideneii of
the Hon. J. B Athoiton. Miss Mary
dishing Athcrton and Mr. Theodore
lticliiuds, by Kov. Dr. E. G. Beck
with, Hcv. .Mr Oleson usblsliug.
SAILING OF S. S. ALAMEDA.
The deparluie of the steamer Ala
meda ui 10:110 o'clock this morning
for tliu Coast was a lively event. The
litiiid was 111 attendance anil Hindered
choice selections, to the very evident
satisfaction of the through passen
gers as well us those departing from
this port. Mr. Tlieo. Kiuhurds and
bride were tliu center of attraction.
Before the dcpiirluiu ol the blcimcr
the happy couplit were Hcrenuded by
the Kumeliuiiii'iiti Glee Club. Ah tliu
vessel was moving out the colonials
gave three roiiblng cliccis for Ihu
Kuyal Iluwiiiiaii Uiiml. I'he Alniucdu
took thiily iliriiepiishuiigcrafroni this
THE CRIP ATTACKK UOCS.
it U rupurleil ffom vurloiiK pails of
kivuny that niuity ilog liuvo Uuiin t
iftuiiwl of Into by nuiuuow. Tim
yuj)Unu Hie umipluiu lu of uppii
UUi mviijwiuu Ui wnuir. uii'IIuhUuu Ui
UtL, ml MiU'i- iu H v)u. Tliu
iilMNM in (4llUil4! nut) dumb ik mil
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
To-iiAY was ji.iy day with Govern
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. V wither
cloudy; wind, freidi northeast.
II. B. M S. Champion commenced
coaling to-day nriur lo ti trip round
Tuitiii: tliotiaud encoiinuls from
Apia were umong the fieigbl of Ihu
S. S. Alaiiiedn.
Tin: otiigning mull hy the S S.
Alameda for the Coast in-day con.sist
eil of i!?:U IctterH and !)07 pipers.
A itr.cr.i'rio.N was given at lolatii
Palace ibis moriiiug to Captain Eus
tace ltooke ulidolliccrs of 11. It. M. S.
Tin: band did not play at ihe Ha
waiian Hotel last evening, 11 intended,
being engaged ut the Rieh.irds-Alher-tun
A ICKIIKAUSAL of the minuet dance
will tike place at the 1 dace this eve
ning at 7 :30 o'clock. A full attend
ance is requested.
Mits. Sealing ("Howard Glyndon")
and daughter were passengers by the
barkentitie W. II. Dimoud to-day after
a visit of several months.
Captain II. G. Moise of the Ala
meda bestrode a spirited chestnut
horse tins morning mid took in the
sights from his lofty perch.
Dn. MoLk.wvan has removed from
No. 31 Kichiiids street lo thu premises
lately occupied by Dr. L11U, Alakea
saieet, opposite Y. M. C. A. Hull.
The framework for 11 new arrange
menl to be used in discharging coal
laden vessels is in course of construc
tion at the O. It. it L. Co.'s wharf.
I'loplk can on the -1th attend the
literary exercises at Music Hall, see
Ihu finish of the regatta, and take n
ride on the railway to Pearl Harbor.
Tiik oflicial program for the Fourth
of July celebration is in type and will
appear 111 this paper to-morrow ac
cording to order of the literary com
mittee. Captain Maiibh, master of the Sev
enth Day Adventist mission schooner
Pitcairn, died at Auckland June 3.
He was aged 37 years and left a wife
Tin: Auckland Herald says the
French Meet is concentrating at Ta
hiti, the llagihip Dubourdiou and
four other warships being theie at
Martin Costkllo, 'the Uudulo," a
boxer of no mean reputation, was u
through pat-scngcr on the Alameda.
Costello is booked lo meet an antago
nist in San Franeii-co.
The editor of the Bulletin is noti
fied that ho is to bo prosecuted for
criminal libel for remarks made inci
dentally on V. V. Ashford's departure
in an article on the Advertiser and
the treason prosecutions.
A native Htow.iway was caught on
boaid the schooner Louis this after
noon, previous to her leaving for the
Coast The hoy stated that he wah
working and had no intention of leav
ing the conntiy.
One of the finest races to he run at
Wailuku, Maui, on thu 4th of July,
will be the eleventh race, a mile and
a quarter, for a pnrso of $150. The
entrieh are: Senator Stanford, Lord
Brock, Yum Yum and J. A. C.
Mil. E. E. Hice of tliu Evangeline
Theatrical Co., was a through passen
ger on the Alameda to-day. The
JKvangiline Co. became stranded in
the Colonies and Mr. liice is return
ing to tlio States for recuperation.
Miss N. von Gerichten, accom
panied by her mother, departed for
tlio Coast to-day in tliu 5-masted
schooner Louis. This talented young
lady lias made many friends during
her fiw months' residence here, who
will bcpleiibed to learn that by the
death of an uncle i-ho lias fallen heii
to a snug little fortune.
A. F. Judij, Jit., ton of the Chief
Justice, and one of thu lutcbt giadu
atcs fiom Oaliu College, has passed
his eighteenth examination for ad
vancement in education. All of bin
papers for Yale College heard from
have proved satisfactory, and there is
little doubt of his matriculation at
that famous institution.
The exportation of pineapples has
been increasing of late and the indus
try has attained such importance that
oinull farms have been started hero
and there. The exportation of this
fruit hy the Alameda to-day amount
ed to 11,025 pines. This is encourag
ing, considering the fall in the export
of sugar. The baikentino V, II. Di
nioiid this afternoon took an exclusive
curgo of rice 5277 bags.
Mr. I. V. Grant, a tourist and
through passenger on the Alameda,
took a ride out to Waikiki during the
vessel's stay in port. U11 returning
on a trauicar he took out a gold
match box to light a cigarette, and
it is supposed left the match box on
the seat. Mr. Grant reported his
loss lo police head-quarters, leaving
a reward for its lecovery and giving
the lolloping description : Gold
mutch box, initials, "T. D.toP D."
onono side, "To 1 V. G." 011 the
other side, and 011 the top gold quartz,
A reward of $5 will be given hy
Deputy-Marshal Mchrten for its
return to him, as Mr, Grant has left
an address to which the article can
ROYAL BALL TO THE LEGISLATURE,
Her .Miiji'Hly tliu Queen enter.
tain the iuumiImii'i of thu U'gUlalivu
Asutinhly ut the I'aluuu on 'I IwMiiy
evening of next mink, liivllulioiuj
um buinjt ikhiiml 011 u oiiiimiui ux.
liliiilvn mm 1 11 fui a ball lu hi' ulvuji un
lllttl Willing, Tilt) MkUUiUli'il Wi
tlow unil laify fiiuiulk will Lwvtf u guy
Uui pmuUwdly lu UmimmUmi.
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..nin.i vZfFyiffryrt .
Thuksday, Junu 30, 1892.
The members present r.t 10 o'clock,
eighteen in number, roc nt the
full of the gavel of President
Walker and listened to piayer by
Chaplain Waiainau. 'The reading of
ihe minutes was not commenced
until 10:10 ami lluislied at 10:211.
.Minutes were approved as read.
The following petitions were pre
sented and ri ferred :
By Rep. Aid, from Honolulu, that
certain persons now at the Leper Set
lleineut be libeiated. To Sanitary
By Noble Neumann, that lire limits
boundary line be changed lo allow of
building of wooden buildings on both
sides of Alakea street. Tabled for
consideration with hill.
By Rep. Bush, that certain sums
be appropriated for wharf, breakwat
er and roads in the district of Wai
kane. By Rep. Waipuilani, from 15 resi
dents of the district of Honolulu,
constituting the Hui Ka Lei Alii,
that the Assembly o'der thu payment
to them of S'JOO for breach of con
tract between themselves and the
Minister of Finance and the Minister
of Foreign Affairs. Referred to Ju
Noble Williams reported Bills 75,
70, 77 printed.
Rep. Ivoahou, from the Opium
Committee, reported on a petition
presented by Rep. A S. Wilcox, rel
ative to the granting of a license for
the sale of opium, that the same be
laid on. the table. Adopted.
Noble J. M. Horner, from the Ways
and Means Committee, presented a
report relative to the Pilot Depart
ment of the Customs Bureau to the
effect that the committee believe the
Government ia doing itself injustice
to longer continue the practice of
paying fees instead of salary for
Pilot service, and roconimend that the
law be changed, and that the Attorney-General
be requested to intro
duce a bill to that effect. They
further recommend that an item of
$14,400 be entered in the Appropria
tion Rill to pay salary of three pilots
lor Honolulu whose salary for the
period shall be 4800 each. 'They
further recommend that S2400 be ap
propriated for Kahului pilot and
800 for salary of Ililo pilot; also
that S0500 he appropriated for Ho
nolulu Pilot Boat hire. The commit
tee say the adoption of their recom
mendations will ensure a realization
to the Government of S20,000 over
all expenses. Report tabled for con
sideration with Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Bush read for the first lime a
hill to deline and decide the practice
in trials by jury.
Rep. White gave notice of a hill to
amend the law relating lo lire limits
Noble Neumann gave notice of
hills lo repeal and amend certain
laws relating to the sale of spirituous
liquors, (2) relative to the distilling
of liquors; (3) relative to tramways.
Rep. Bipikane gave notice of bills
(1) to encourage the cultivation of
the grape and manufacture of wine.
(2) That the Marshal, Governor and
other olllcers bj elected by ballot.
Minister Whiting gave notice of
bills (1) relating lo Chinese Immi
gration, (2) also to regulate pilot
fees and pilotage.
Rep. A. S. Wilcox read for the
first tune a hill to admit rice free of
duly in certain cases.
Rep. Smith gave notice of bills (1)
to authorize ihe killing of Ihe myuaii
bird. (2) To regulutu the consiiuc
lion of buildings in the Kingdom.
Minister Whiting read for Ihe first
lime hills (1) relating lo licenses ol
tram-car diivers. (2) Relating to col
lisions at sea.
Rep. Kauiauoha offered a resolu
tion that S2000 lie appropriated for
building a iisli market at North Ko
hula, Hawaii. To Committee 011
Noble Maefarlane gave notice of
bill lo amend the law relating to the
taxes on wagons and carriages.
Rep. Aki gave notice of bills (1)
to establish a college for the insti no
tion of native Hawaiiaus in medichie,
law, and civil engineering; (2) to
repeal Chap. 27, Laws of 1881.
Rep. Kauiauoha gave notice of a
hill to provide for the erection of a
Ash market at North Kohala.
Rep. Kamuuoha read for the lirst
time a hill relating to houses where
luro is cooked ami poi made.
Rep. Aki read for the first time a
bill to prohibit women riding in car
riages between sunset and sunrise
unless accompanied hy their husband
or father, aUo to prevent women
walking 011 the streets during those
Rep, loscpa offered a resolution
that 8500 he appropriated for the re
pairing of a courthouse at liana,
Maui. To Cotninittee on Public
Rep, Kupahu gave notice of a hill
to amend tliu law relating to elec
tions. Rep. Kauiauoha gave notice of a
hill providing for thu election by
ballot of ull deputy sheriffs,
Minister Wl.iling asked for further
time 10 answer curtain questions pro
pounded hy the member from Ivan.
Rep. Smith offered a roululioii
that 6301)0 ho uppropiiiitod (or Ihu
erection of a tfuhoolliounu anil Umeli
nr' hoove til llaiiatniinlu, h'mud. lo
t'oiniiiltliu .in Education,
Hop. Wiilpiiilunj gave notice of it
hill to prohibit civil ullluur of thu
liuvtMiiiimiH Iruiji diHHlua Miluiy
during uuMjiuu fruu) thu iTijigtlutu,
Mm nut! fw llwi Hut Umi bill Ut
rwjtfitl ihu law giMiiiliiu h pviumui'Ui
MlUiiiuvul Ui Um Uum vt J, V-
llnniard. Under suspension of tliu
rule thu bill ius lead a second Hint
mid refcrn d to Hie Committee on
Permanent Sclthmenli. Also rend
for the first lime a bill to regulate
the slaughter and sale of beef.
Rep hmlth gave nollee of a hill
to provide for the dispensation of
school funds controlled by the Boatd
Rep. loscpa offi red a resolution
that S2000 he appropriated for Hie
purpose of building a schoolhousc
ami letichei's residence nt Ulupala
kua, Maui. To Committee 011 Edit
Rep. Kapalut gave notiuo of an
aiueiidiiKMil to lime ill, of the As
seinbly. Also ol a bi'l to do away
with the iiuihoiiU of Ctnuit Judges
lo ai-kiion ledge deul.-.
Rep. Akiua gave notice of hills
(I) To amend .vrlinii I of the Penal
code. (2) To allow Chinese (na
turalized) to votu. Also a resolution,
that was so ambiguous that it was
immediately returned to the intro
ducer. Noble Williams offered a resolu
tion to the effect:
"Whereas, the discussions of litis
House in Committee of the Whole
are assuming day hy day more lengthy
proportions and less work is being
accomplished in consequence ; and
"Whereas it appears in thuinteicsl
of Ihe people and legislation il is
desirable to place a limit upon the
lime that each and every member of
this House iu Committee of the
Whole may occupy the lloor in speak
ing up n any motion, subject or
"Be it resolved that in the opinion
of this House thu following rule is
necessary, and is hereby adopted,
"Any member of this House in
Committee of the Whole securing the
lloor for the purpose of speaking,
shall not, except by unanimous leave
of this House, speak more than five
minutes on any motion, subject or
item at any one time; and shall con
fine himself during the progress of
his .speech strictly to tliu subject un
Rep. Ashford moved that the reso
lution be referred to the Committee
on Rules. And after twenty minutes
of argument on the resolution il was
finally so referred.
Ret). Kiiunamuno gave notice of a
bill to divide Hauiakua into two judi
At 11:50 the Order of the Day
was moved and Hill No. 09, to
authorize the construction uf ware
houses for the storage of kt-iosene
sud other inll tmniuble o'l- or sub
stances, was taken up. . The report
of the Judiciaiy Committee recom
mending Hie passage of the bill was
Noble Macfarhuiu coni lured it
was only advisable to know what the
levenue cf the Government had been
from storage before granting moh
concessions as contained in the bill
lo the Standard Oil Co.
Noble Marsden stated thai the re
ceipts for 8 years past had been
823. 129. 19.
Rep Wilder favored the proposi
tiou and accepted an amendment
offered by Rep. Ashford, as an addi
lion to Sec. 2 of the bill, to read,
"Such persons, associates, or corpoi
alions, shall be obliged lo receive
and store all kerosene oil and othci
kindred substances offered for stor
age and shall in no case exact foi
such storage 11 greater charge of tar
iff than has hitherto been charguil by
the Hawaiian Government for similar
Pending action the House at 12:0.")
took recess until 1 :30 p, in.
('. J. MpCautiiy has h,is un Lililiu
slicrl for Mile. li-ll
Tin: properly of tbo late Ch.is
Long in .Muno.i V.nli-y is in lease.
A km. li riiuiiug lire i .ui'iimhfi Skip
I' i.ie. Di iimmi, Mniih tt C11., Aeiitb
mniiiiiin nlieied at once by ('.11
ciiinliei 'Ionic. Ihiiirou, Smith A- Co.,
Am ills. I-f
Tin: Biuiiswiek biliiaid parlors aic
Ihe most (dee, mt pleasure ic.-oit in
"Where Khali I see you ibis ovon
inglf" "Oh, bit mc old place, the
Ol'TiciAL notice is given uf thu
royal audience to C iptain Kooku ami
officers of Ihu British warship Cham
pion. II. Lose, assignee of thu bankrupt
(Mate of Lam Km Wing, Honolulu,
has a notice to creditors who have
piovcd their claims.
Delicious coiicu ami chocolate will
lie m rved uvciy morning early at the
1'alatu Ice Cleani Pallors, Ludwigscil,
& Crop, Hotel street. 1-lf
Diieksmaki.no, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses, l'cifect fit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Here
tauia bliecl, or Mutual telephone 000,
hcftiio 8 a. 111. or 5:30 p, m. 8-3m
Miss MaiiY LYLE.lutely book-keeper
with Egan A Gunii, is prepand to do
sleiiogiapliiug ami type-writing at
lliodeiatu rates. Graduate of llealds
HllBincss College, San Finlirli-cu.
Olli.o with C. .1. McCiuihy, 35 Mu
ebanl ctrcei. 2-1 111
IOit a Hi 111 uf year, the
1 I'mpi'ity bolonghig to
SiiiirlS1'' -- ::ir"
lor Hie pilM u c.im iiauiiK "Bll uci'U-
plialhyA A.Monu.... Tluue an- in..
piecci ihe lll.l ioUilhltf of U i.uru
I'llhlnck on Ihu WhIUm khh) cf III"
uppm .Malum iiiml mid (ilUWii bugioH
Iuk alnii'.i uniihliiK. the mmiuimI uu Ihu
Emu IiU' id I he upiii'i Muiu luuij, U
liiH h Uim I'nuUt'i'k Mllh4 Iw '
iuKi UiMtihw Hiiii nil m KtUhiiUK
iimmmim TummmIuii nlvu ui mum. rut
Ill J I IWI.IIl Uk toll 1 M
COMMITTED FOR LARCENY.
Da id Richard was tried in the
Police Court this morning on the
charge of larceny of a silver watch
valued at 810, the property of Ar
thur Waldron. Waldron, who drives
a milk wngon, stated In evidence
Unit he missed hit wnicb on a Satur
day nigh', but knew not who had It
unil one day lie was notified Hist
Rcluiid had offend a watch lo the
barkeeper of the Bee llivu for S12,
saitig that he li ul bought it from a .
t ranger who hud gone on a steauu r.
Waldron knew Riehutd and imuiedi
lately ulenlillnl the watch and
claimed it. Then followed Ihu ur
1 est. A bosom fiiend ot Richard's
said ill ilou Hie nL'hl in question the
defendant d d nut line ihe watih in
ids pos-i'ssion, tis he had felt hi
pockets for fiuarollcN. Ills Honor
iu siiniming up held that there a
Milllcu'ni evidence lo believe tint
conviction would take place before
a jury. .1. L Katilukou for defend
ants.' Bail Was lixed at S 100.
HOT WATER BAtlo.
THE cllieiiey of hot water in inll.nn
niatory conditions can liuidly be
overrated. To a limited extent its
value has long been known. Out
grandmothers made Use of woolen
cloths dipped in hot water as a sub
stitute for hot-water bags. At pn-scut
the worth of this leinedy In almost all
forms of pain is generally recognized
by the medical profess'on.
Hot cloths, however, are not con
venient of application; are apt towel
the clothes, and they soon cool and
requite repealed dipping. The rubber
bag is in every respect superior. Once
biought to the proper temperature,
the heat is long retained; it is neat,
and easy of application.
We have Ibeni in sizes of 1, 2, 3
and 4 quart.-.
Every household should have one
at least ready for an emergency.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & C0.(
Corner h'ort it Jvlntr ft im-oIm.
AS-KJ-MSF.'S NOT J OK.
r pillC umler.slgneil. Asnee of the K--
1 late ot I, am Kai Wing, lionotulu.
a biiiikiupt. li-r by givis nnil'e nail
tin crpilttor wtiti liivi iiiiivimI llii'.i
elaluis again-l ihe said e-tite tint he j
h 1- liled his aiToiiTit. at ue!i As-ign , I
In tlie ujiri me I'Miit. ami 'liv he I
apply lor a -ettlement "f inch lecii.e !
and Inr a di-ehaige 1 0111 all h hi!it u- 1
sileh ssignee nil WED L M ) : V. ' III
litll (lay ol Jul'. l'.U. at liloMne. . .
iu the Mipreuu; Con t.
II I. "SIC. ,
A.s-ignce of L1111 Ual Wiiij. ilaiiMiipr.
Hoiinhllu, .liiiitj .-ii). s:ij hill ;u ;
4th cf July, 1892.
firiiml Exi'iirsimi & hit
1kY' 'I'he Koyn! II lunii'ti s.ring Ituti-I
mill Native .-iiuge s. utiilei llei pernn I
ilbi'i ti 111 uf I'lol lie ger mil hj iu at
lenihtnei' In tt.i n:-li oniric fur Danc
ing, etc . din bur Ihi day,
TltAIN-i LK VIC IIOl) .IM.t' at V'.to.
0. 10, 11, 12, I, ", :t, I :indl:."u
HETUJtN'IVG LHVVE RK.MOVD
GKOVEalSi. Ill, 11, 12, 1, 2, K, I, r,
and li o'clock.
Popular Rates of Fan.-:
Excursion to EwaPlimlalioii
Japanese Wrestling 1 Foot (lacing I
Horso Racing! Tug-ol-War!
And Other Sports I
TRAINS LKAVK HONOLULU ut 7:!'0,
0, 2 and 1 ::I0 o'clock.
HKTUUNINO LB WE KWA MILL at !
a: iu, iu:,is, .i:.in ami oil-' u'uiol'K.
Popular Rates of Faro:
t 1I)1 hL liuliiw the I'll-
' null. colllllUIS ,'l HoillUh,
un inn nirriiiiiu. I'.iiurv. i c in
! ami Hath. 1 tout tlo jh-i iihhiiIi. Apply
I in L. I' FEItN NHi:..
! I.'.l liu At II F. Wlehniau'i.
to f .jo r
f I Ml'i 1 Viiu M.iIIumii. lft I til ,
im uu 1.1 XUUmilU lIMttl.
VuTi'lt U twbr kImni 1mi I will
i uut in rwttwMilMH tm wo1 bill
i-MiiiiKliil Jar m MMumr "4IhmiwI"
HiMluut IMJf ItlUttMl ui.Wi .
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HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Hpreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
y 88 a.
T. JLuOUE, IO.
BREWERS OF FINE
MANUFACTURED FROM -
Pure Mail and High33i Grads Hops !
r-t No Corn ir Corn prepar.it i uis
by 0 r Eastern Un wrii's. in nnb r
iimpi 'e wnli nar iiuid-rc m
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery injtheworld.
BRnmc Capacity: G kcttlcTc'vTlioT.rs, G.OOO Barrels, or 1,800,000
BarrCCoS,? ok Manual: Malt, 12,000 toheta ffi -W000
of the' Aw,r."BU?K,i. ll liu,c(o,e, ihe highest VM
nost Wholesome, and really the least expensive for f.XiiooS
AnnualShiphng Cmwitv : 11)0,000,000 Bottles and .,,000,000 Kegs.
7?c liiiie caruuii oil the higucst honors and thu
highest class gold medals wherever thoy have competed. At all of the
International Exhibitions, throughout the world, their Beer excelled all
'This Company have prepared a special brand of their highest gradu
Beer, for the Hawaiian Islands, known us " HI'KOI A-Li I&KKW," with
ti hauddoiiio label and iu white bottles, which with their best " KX-l'OltT
ANIIKU.SKIt" lu dark bottles, heretofore inputted, wo will now
supply to Ihu trade in quantities to suit.
U-. W. MACFAULANE & CO.,
Ai'hI.h for tit' tJuit aliiiu IstiiniN.
-t 1 r 1
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
WK HAVE THE VEIO
Hats, Bonnets & Toque ...
NEW THIMMINGS I
THE LTEbT CHIFPON TRIMMINGS I
Special ReductioiL ia Sokool lite
FOI! I WliK ONLY
CHILDRLNb' SCHOOL HAT8 FOR 28 CTS.
Tiuio makes many changes
and it's about tamo somo
changes should be made in
your dinner' set. The mW
dfslrM in IIAVIbAJSTD
whit! 1 wc show is the best
chai.u you can make.
New Goods ex "W. G.
Irwin'" now on exhibition and
for -ale. I 'rices much lower
t t fl f 1 1 f
3SSR EXCLUSIVELY !
u I in p'.c-e of Mill, as is 'line
to cheapen the c st of their ! rr,
u d u.ii iis,l f.i-.i. ! irt.cn..
LATENT ,iU.K IN
W6 RIBBONI I s