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FRIDAY, JULY 15, 18J2.
Am bktne S N Castle, llubbaid, from San
Am bk Matilda, from Newcastle. X S V
Stmt- J A Cummins from Koolau
Stun- V G Hall for Maul and Hawaii at
10 a m
:Stmr Pole for Wtiinua and Makaivell at
Fiom San Francisco p-r hktne S N
ntle. .Fitly IB Mies T Helena Pint.
Jobn Smith, J L JJiimus. .F L Uiiiiiao. W
II Miller, John Bulk, Hiuih McMillan
and Aitliur Agneiv.
For Maui and Hawaii p"i- s'nir W O
Hall, July 15 -For the Volcano: II K
ji clntyie, D B Murdock, Mr Wold and
J W l'leston. I or wnv pints: .F Kn
iiliane and wife. MrhChuiey, MraliclUu
Mrs Pattern, Dr Herbert, wifi- and child,
Mr LA Andiew.s. O 11 Clapp. Miv li
Devauehelle, U Hell. J M Camara, C
A kim, Mis D.I Koil, Mis Lucy Iuiouu.
Jlr and Mrs 'l'oogood and child, and 70
FQHEIDM VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S San Francisco, Hcar-Admirnl
Brown, from San Diego
Am bktne l'lanter, Dow. fiomSanFrau
citco Am schr Aloha, Johnson, fioin San
Am sclir Alice Cooke, I'enhallow, from
Dan bk J G Lotz, Nelson, from Hon
duras FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II I M S Ilici, Mori, from, Japan
UBS Boston, from San Francisco, July
Am bktne Wrestler, Bergman, from Syd
ney Ger bk J C Glade, fioin Llvcipool, June
Haw ship Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug ll
JSIor h Moinlng Light, Jolianscu, fiom
Newcastle, X S W
Am bk Maig.net fioin Newcatle, NSW
Bk Gicta from Newcastle, N S W
Opt Bill Williams lias had a lead
keel put on bis yacht I'okli.
The steamer Pole left this afternoon
with two hundred tons of coal for Wal
uiea and Makawell, Kauai.
The englneeiu and lliciuen of the S S
Australia enjoy a dip In the brine daily
off the Immigration Depot lauding.
The barkcntlno S N Castle and baik
llatildaweic the foielgu antvals this
morning; the former lioin Sail Fran
cisco and the latter fioin Newcastle, N S
IV, coal laden.
W White went as purser on the steam
er W U Hall this morning, succeeding
Mr Boss, who tcmnoiaiily asbiimes a
position in the olllce duilngli JI Web
bter'b absence ut the Coast. Mr Webster
wl.l lcao on the Australia next Wed
nesday for his health.
The Portuguese sloop Sai Pcdio, re
cently built In tlio Portuguese colony,
hils been beached near the iuv tlsh nmi
ket building, fche was couotructed es
pecially foi tlio trade between huie ami
Wuiiiuaii, hut after two or three trips the
captain abandoned the idea, as it didn't
ONLY ONE OF THEM.
Ah Hum was tried 111 the Police
Court this moiiiiug on a clnugc of
violating the gaining laws by pluying
clie fa 011 July 10. Three natives
testified to having played the gamp
with Ah Iluin'fl che fa bunk for the
past month or so and lost on all occii-
Burns. Two bhowed ncoipls signed
by All Hum, while 0110 slated that his.
had gone to the wusli in his pants
pocket. This latter witness ulso
staled that two other CIiIiiuiiilmi, Wo
Hop and Ho Young, had die fa banks
near the same place where Ah Hum
wus arrested, namely, the Chinese
Joss House, 011 Heretania street, lie
low Kaumakapiii church. All Hum
denied ever having indulged in uny
die fa racket, or even liuitig any
knowledge wliaievcr of the men, The
defendant wa9 found guilty never
theless and sentenced by Police
Justice Foster lo pay a One of $500
and pay costs, V, 0. Smith for de
fendant noted an appeal.
I L0GAL AflD mmi "avs-
Today wnsi "chu fn day" in tlio
Police Cum l.
To-MOiiitow is the lust d,iy for pay
ing water ruten
Diamond Hl'ad, a i. in. Wertllior
' Imzy, wind liicli iKirt liou'-t.
Human's fauiiiu Kmig now U "A
Uniting Slnnu t J.i t In-1 - no Mutt."
Tin: sale of Pmf. Scmt's clu-.tlcls
In day wan saliffactoiy cuus-idcriug
Mils. M. M. Sciiti. and f unity will
leave fur 1I10 t'ml fm cliaiige of aii
illld tCCIIU tl XI Wi'i'k
Mil. .1. I.. Duiiiik 11111I Min, school-
ll'IK'IU 1, VVl'IO pllflMlgl'ln ly the S.
N. Cisilu finiii S.m I iniii'i.-co tw-ihiy
M 1:111:1! la, tin' einck piidinr of il 0
Iv 11 1111 'tin til t-l 1 1 team, wa a piNong(i
for ivau by the W. G. Hull this morn
ing. Mibs T. Helena Platz, h nicco ol
Jliss Wolf, ai lived fioni Germany by
the barkeiitiuu S. N. Castle from San
Francisco this morning.
II. B. M.S. Champion raised anchor
yestciday tor a tiip around the island.
Major J. II. Wodohotiso is 11 gueal of
the eominundei on tin cruise.
Them: wum home talk on Saturday
last that the Ivamchumelia baseball
club weio going to lose u game to tlio
Hawaii, so as 10 ji v them a chance
for second or third place.
(ii.oiiGi: L. Hitman, the famous
minstrel and hanjmst, Willie Hut rick,
tlio guitarist, and sovor.il other nnii-i-cuius
111c now 111 town, so a concert
may bo expected in Urn near future.
The Mutual teluphonu reported to
the Bulletin at 2:I!0 o'clock thin
afternoon that a third-class yacht had
put hack ofl' Diamond Head, tlu-io
being a terrilic galu blowing outside.
Sevekal tourists weio intciestcd
spectator iu the Legislature this af
ternoon. Rep. White drew applause
from the natives for bis effort in op
posing the lcduction in the number
A Chinaman named Wo Hop was
discharged in the Police Court yester
day for playing ohe fu, the authoii
ties not having secured sufficient evi
dence. Hop went home and in the
afternoon ibstied a riddle again.
Judok Dole and a Hawaiian jury
are hearing the ease of John Kaliulia-
wai vs. tho Hawaiian tiovernmen!.
The suit is to recover $.ri()00 dam iges
alleged lo have bct'ii caused by th
diversion of water from ceilaiu turn
patches at Macmnc, Nuuaiiu Valley.
1'ouit pastiongoi., including Mr. II
E Mclnlyrc, who goes for Ins health,
went by the steamer V G. Hall this
morning for 11 trip to Ivilauea and
Manna Loa. The s-; 1 i 1 1 1 1 ir of the
steamer was enlivened with vocal
belections by members of the K.une
liamcha Gleo Club, who weie also
passengers for Hawaii.
A iiKTUHN leap year dance was giv
en at the Hotel by the boys some
old follows included lat " night.
There was a largo assembly and the
sound of reveliy extended iuio tho
short hours. When the Hour of tho
new pavilion was filled with the gaily
dressed tluong whirling round, with
the soil light of the waning moon
claiming recognition with tho Hood of
electric rays, the scene was one to
dwell long in tho memory of tho bu
holders. Mil. Allen Hutdhiiibon has com
pleted a plaster bust of a Chinese
doctor who lives in Nuiiauu street.
It is a life btudy and a correct por
trait bust, but tho artist designed il
as a Chinese race type. The work is
finely executed, like all of Mr. Hut
chinson's productions, and will pio
biblybe placed on view downtown.
At prebent the sculptor will bo happy
iu showing it to visitor- at bis studio
in Alapai street, near the Portuguese
Benevolent Society's ball.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lililm
street for tale. 3-tf
The Bullkiin office lias an upright
engine and boiler for bale.
Alceuoiia firewood at 10 a cord is
a boon oflercd by L. J. Levey.
Akteii bh.iving use Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., AgOuts.
A landloiid's sale to be held by L.
J. Levey has been put oil' cill July
W.M.O. Atwatkk oilers bis residenco
on Kinau, near Peusacola street, to
SuNJiUHN iclioved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
The Biiuihwick billiaid pallors are
the most elegant pleatino retort in
"Whiihk bball I beu you this even
ing?" "Ob, bum'o old place, tho
A leiteu of credit on Clans Spreck
db it Co. hit,, been lost, and a lowaid
will be paid the lludei at their bank.
An tinderwiitei's sale of conugiilod
iron and other iiu-iehanilisu will bit
held by James F. Morgan at lOo'clock
Ladies' sbaiupuoiug and hair dress
ing done at their houses by Miss
Wolf, 7U Heretania ftieot, Mutual
Tele-phono 00(1 8-3m
Delicious ooileu ami chocolate will
bo served every illuming eaily at ibu
Palate ho Cicain PhiIuib, Ludwigsen,
it Cion, Htili'l Htioi't. 1-tf
HliSTACK & Co. will sell Algeroba
Firewood at iil 11 eonl cash deliveicd
free between the following limits:
Punchbowl, School and Liliha slicuts.
Dit, LcLknnan has rr moved to
Alakea btieet, opposite thoY.M.C,
A. hall, premiers lately occupied by
Doctor Lutz. Ullcu Imuir, 'j to 12,
2 to 4 and evenings (i to 7, Siiudiivn:
.10 to 1, Bull Telephone, 107, Mutual,
Fiiiday, July 15, 1S92.
.lliiriilii- S -i-tniu.
The AfeNumbly cotiveneil tit 10 a.
in. Minutes of pieviiiiu meeting
were icad iiud appioved.
Nulilu Williains fnun the Printing
Coiiiinittie ivpmteil lulls priiited.
R 11. Koaiiuu, Chan iu in of the
Opium Cumin lice, gave notice of a
Hireling of 1 li 0 cuiiiiiiiUet' at the
Cus'utti House at 0 a. in. on Satur
day. L'nder sii"pi,iiiiiii of Ihu rule No
ble I'll. i pii-itil(d a pcillii 11, I re 111
le-ideiits ol Honolulu, thai no por
tion of Pearl Harbor be ceded or
any other portion of Hawaii to the
United States. To Committee on
Noble Pua otlcred the following
Whereas, it is the duty of the
members of this House lo vi-dt and
inspect carefully the needs of the
various Government, depaitinents in
Honolulu, therefore be it
Resolved, that the Scrgeaut-at-Aiins
be ditected to provide all the
members of this House with carriages
at 12 o'clock noon on Saturday, July
10, lor the purpose .of paving a vi,it
ol inspection lo the dillVrcnt Govern
ment buildings iu this uily.
After some lililu debate the reso
lution was carried.
Noble Cornwall read for the first
time a hill to regulate the carrying
of passengers and the letting to
hire of vehicles in the district of
Rep. Akiua offered a resolution
that the sum of S3U0 be appropiiated
for the lepairiug of the com t house
at Waimea, Kauai. Tabled for coi -sidcration
witli the Appropriation
Rep. Edmonds offeicd a resolu
tion that 510,000 be appropriated for
the construction of the Wailuku
water-works. Tabled for considera
tion with a bill on the subject.
Rep. Bush, acting for Rep. Ash
ford who was absent, piosentud the
following questions to the Minister
of the Interior: (1) How many Chi
nese residents havu applied lor nat
uraliz ition papers since this Legisla
ture has convened? Their names
and residences. (2) How 11111113 ap
plications gi anted ami the date nt
Hie cerlilii tiles? (II) Male the name
of Attorney thioiigh whom "-uch ap
plications were made.
At 10:5!l the Assembly, on motion
of Rep. Kamauolui, rciolved into
Committee of the Whole, Rep V111
puilani in the chiir, and proceeded
with the consideration of items iu
the Appropiialion Bill under the head
of Depaituii'iit of tho Attorney-General,
the following items being passed
us presented :
Deputy Sheriff S. Hilo, 83000.
Deputy Sheriff N. Kohala, S2100
Deputy Sheriff S. Kohala, S1080.
Deputy Sheriff Ilamakua, S2400.
Deput'v Sheriff N. llilo, SI 110.
Deputy Sheriff N. Komi, SM-10.
Noble Iloapili made his first speech
during the bCbsion on the foregoing
item and in favor of the item us
At 12 o'clock the Assembly took a
recess until 1 :30.
MR. M'KINLEY'S MOULDY CHEST
NUT. Wh'it Mr. McKinley said upon
tuking the chair is extieiuely com
nionpluce, and has been repeated by
him a hundred times. "We propose
to raise our money for public ex
penses," he said, "by taxing the
pioducls of other nations rather than
by taxing the product of our own."
Why, then, was the duty on raw
sugar repealed? That is the pioduct
of other nations. We received S50,
000,000 cf revenue from those sugur
produeiiig countries, according lo
the McKinley idea, by taxing their
products. The Tieasury is sadl' 111
want of that revenue at this lime.
There will be abundant opportunity
between now and November for
McKinley and others to explain why
they thus exempted foreigners from
a tux of $50,000,000 which the said
foreigners hud been paying for many
years without the slightest complaint.
New York Post.
PRESINT TO ST'. WARD JAMES.
T. K. James, the genial Blewanl
of the sleniper Australia, wus taken
by surprise Wednesday night, when
lie was coaxed into the California
Hotel and found himself face to face
with Hie saloon passengers, who hud
arrived on the steamer from Hono
lulu the dny before. Tom thought
he was to be court-martialed and
wanted lo escape, but befoie he
could do so one of the gentlemen
btepped forward, mid, on behalf of
the passengers, presented Tom with
a magnificent gold watch and chain.
The timepiece is a biuuliful Jurgeu
son, with the case set with diamonds.
The chain is gold ami platinum, and
attached to il is a locket sol vrilh a
Hue diamond. .Mr. James replied iu
a neat little speech, and retired from
the room one of the happiest men iu
San Francisco. S. F. Kxuiniiier,
A traveling man who churned to
bo iu the store of K. V. Wood, at
MclCecs Rocks, Pa,, says while ho
wus waiting Iobcu Mr. Wood, a little
gill came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Bului and
said: "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says il iu
the best mediduotor rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sulu
by ull dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
'iIIE VElERiB'S REST.
Olin'-quli. or VI-miimIi'I' .Toy V.mU
vi 04I11 lirun Flint-mi riicN--
Tht funeral of tlio Into Alexander
Joy Cartel ight took plticu yesterday
afternoon frour'Uie" residence on
Beiuliuiia street. Impressive ser-viee-Mit
llie house weie conducted
bv the Hew II. II. Paiker. pisiorof
Kawnia'iao Codicil, and a choir of
ladies, led by Mrs. A. 1 Judd sang j
the hymns. A large number of pit-
sou-, inc tiding the diplomatic ami !
consula;' 0 ipsiind members ol the
Legislature, were ptcciil on the
veiand'i. Promptly at !1:20 o'clock
llie casket, a beautiful nut' draped
in mourning, wa cirried to the
heatse, ili.in b a pair of black
linr-e-, and wi.hoiii delay the inoiiru
lul ciiiiego e mi"t' oil its j urney
lo "God's acte," us the lamented
gentleman always designated it in
the annual notice of the trustees ol
Nuitunii cemetery. The funeral toll
ing was done on the large bell of the J
cential lire station.
The pull bearers were Past Must
ers W. F. Allen, J. A. Ilassinger, A.
F. Judd, W. II. Cornwell, T. C.
Porter, J. M. Mousarrat, J. Phillips
and Master Mason John Nott.
Messrs. Ilassinger and Nott repre
sented the Fitc Department, they
being ex-Chief Engineers. The late
Mr. Cartwright wus the oldest fire
man and first Chief ever elected by
the Honolulu Fire Department. The
Department placed a lloral pillow on
the grave, and Mechanic Engine Co.,
of which the mourned veteran was
an honorary member, paid a similar
mark of respect to his memory.
These lloral compositions 'were the
handiworks of Mrs. Townsend and
Mrs. Bu-ih. Mechanic's engine house
front was tastefully draped in white
and black crape.
File Marshal Nii 1 and Henry
Smith, Secretary of the Honolulu
Fire Department, led the procession,
and were succeeded by the Fire Po
lice, numbering about Hi men, under
Captuui Krouse, followed by China
Etnginc Co., with twenty-five men,
under Chang Kim ; Hook & Ladder
Co., under Foreman Geo. K. Norton,
with 10 men; Hawaii Engine Co.,
under Foreman Geo. Nuwaukou, mus
tering ubout 10 members; Engine
Co. No. 1, with 14 men under Fore
man Robert More ; and Mechanic
Engine Co., numbering nearly 40
"laddies" under Foreman W. II. C.
Gieig, holding the post of honor in
llie brigade. Julius Asclie', Chief
Engineer of the Fire Department,
a id James Hunt, Fust Assist in , 0 -lowed.
Masonic bietluen ol the la
meiili d gentleman tinned out iu
huge numbers, under the auspices
of the Hawaiian Lodge, and preceded
the hearse, the more elderly niein
beis ruling in cair age.s. Thehtaise
was followed to the grave by furty
six caniages. As the cortege ap
pt cached the cemetery the Royal
Hawaiian band stationed at the
grave played a dead march.
A Portlier Ki'hIiIiv t oT Honolulu I'll t
OIT 11 Sti-uiiHT WIiUi- Wry don.
The following telegram from New
York, June 25, to the San Francisco
papers recounts the sad plight of a
man who lately left the Queen's Hos
pital here to go home to England to
die. Mr. Yeates who is referred to
had many friends in Honolulu who
will be dislressed ut hearing of the
outrage committed on him iu his
helpless state. The telegraphed
Two minutes before the steamer
Belgenland sailed from her pier at
Jersey City this morning one of the
steerage passengers was hurriedly
put ashore. He wus a lull, emaciat
ed yi.ung man and was dying of con
sumption. He had surrendered his
ticket the night befoie and had spent
twelve hours on board. His name
was F. Williain Yeates. Two brawny
sailors carried the sick man to an
armchair on the pier outside Super
intendent Shackles' olllce. His
steamer li link and a small valise were
placed beside him and the steamer
sailed away for Antwerp.
Yeates I: id two hemorrhages on
boaid the steamer, aad the doctor
who attended him told Captain Uentz
that his pussciiuer would not live the
voyagu out. The ciiptulu ordered
Yeates off his ship, and hud his sail
ors cany out Ids command. He did
not return the passenger's ticket.
When Policeman Lucystcr first
saw cnlci he was silling in the
chair on Ihu pier coughing. This
was at 0 o'clock iu the morning. Tho
policeman sent for u patrol wagon,
mid wanted to take Yeates to tho
Hospital. At .'1:110 p. 111. a friend
appeared, a young Englishman, who
had met Yeates on u train between
Chicago and Now York. He curried
Hie bick man to Rye's Hotel, ai.d the
clerk curried the coughing man up
Yeates found great dilllciilty in
speaking, but managed to give his
story to a reporter. He is an Eng
lishman wliit has been working as a
bookkeeper iu Honolulu for several
years. Ho was stricken with con
sumption last full and this spring de
cided lo btart for home so that he
might die among his relatives in
Loudon. Dr. J. D, McGill of Jer
bcy City made an examination of the
consumptive to-night. He found
that one lung wus entirely gone and
lliat the other was affected.
"He may live forty-eight hours,"
said the physiciuu, "or he may hang
011 a mouth, 1 think il was" u most
cruel and inhuman thing to put him
off the bout. Ho in trying to get
homo lo die in his mother's amis.
Eeiy day is precious lo him. The
man bus no money and no friends,
He hus not even u ticket, the captain
of tho steamer curried it off, 1 am
confident that such uu outrage us
this bccuib to be can be catricd no
ftltille'f. I have lo'd the muff" lo tie
tmilid pn'TtlUi on the next 'hip and
to present his hntil bill Hi thesleam
ship company. "
IN HIS FAVOR.
I don't know whether it la the
published Information in tiie suit of
Ltiz-iitii vs. Gomes that is niMeail
inil or not, but scveial people in e
tinib'i' the belief Hint tliu case was
decided agauisi me. Will tou kindly
slide in oiir laigel, lirou'utid pap"r
that the suit was decided iu mj
fm or. J. E GoMt.3.
If ,n" cannot hek a man lie lenient
with lus limit.
After all, a man cannot contract u
bail habit loo mtnli.
Ti inperauce Item A imchinu lus
been 1111 cut ed which will turn out
30,000 cork-screws a day.
Binks 1 got a sure tip on the
race yesterday. Minks That so?
How much did yon lose?
Every man has the Impulse to be
heroic when he is reading of danger
thousands of miles uwuy.
McCuikle Why do you ask SriOOO
for your house? McCruckle Be
ctuibc 1 wunt to get 87000 for it.
Miss Elder (to the dentist) Is it
good form to taku an unresthotio, Dr.
Molur? Molar Oh, yes; madam;
The Small Boy's Reply "I don't
suppose," said the leacher, "that
any little boy here has ever seen a
whale." "No, sir," came the an
swer, "but I've felt one."
You may lead a hoi so to water,
But you cannot make him think;
So you may send an as-, to college,
But you cannot make him think.
Mihs Maky Lylk, lately book-keeper
with Lgau it Gunn, is , rep.iied t' Mo
steiiogiaphing and type-writing at
niodciate rates. Graduate of Ilea Id's
Business College, San Fiancisco.
Otlicc with C. J. McCiutby, Iln Mei
cbaut street. '2-1 in
They Evidently Like It !
IF NOT; WHY NOT?
Prepared daily from Fresh Fruit, il
cannot be olherwirc than wholesome,
refreshing and delicious.
Our leading flavors are Pineapple,
Orange, Strawberry and Grape Juice.
Wo have all the others but our
specialties are those named. Ice
Cream Soda bag also proved veiy
An wo manufacture our own Soda
Water fioin Pure Bicarbonate Soda,
wo viliiim it is better than that made
with marble dust Those who have
tried it, concur with our statements.
Having peifected the lee Box wo
aro enabled to pioduce colder soda
All llavors with loo Cream, 10e ;
Vichy Water, 5e ; Saueihiuniiou Water
and Hunyadi Water.
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner l''oi't it ICl'iir i- r--tH.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above
WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1892,
86Jr" Tho miileivlgiieil aro now pre
jruod to Issue Tin on -h Tickets from
this city to all points In tliu Hulled
VST For further puillciiluu legudlng
Fi eight or Patsiige, apply to
Win. Q. IRWIN & CO,. L'd,
-170 Ot Geneial Agents.
iffc.fi, TNV0 Nicely Furnished
ejit X Booms eoiurally located.
Knipilro Bui.iiUiN Ulllce.'
V ICKI.Y Furnished Cottage
li at Makiki near Beieta-
Apply this ollicu.
DUVAL PUKMISKS, til
Borotiiiit fcticot, oiino-
situ Fort-ktieet Chin ch. Ap-
K. 1. I.I1.IJK,
AtTheo. II. Duvlea .t Co.
CAUGHT OUT !
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Kort street, oppo. Ppreckols' B.ink, II hio1u!i.
BY THE SHEET, DOZEN OR REAM AT
KS BOTTOMS PRSOES ! S
HQLUSTER & CO., DRUSG15TS.
IO ml Niri't't.
104 Fort tetreet, Horoiulu.
WE HAVE THE VEltY
NEW TRIMMINGS 1
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS 1
Special Reduction in School Hats
oey FOR I WEEK ONLY -
CH1LDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
1 JAV2t PftC"
uantities to Suit
FOB SALB BY
H. HA0KFELD & 00.
1(5 J 2iv
C. L. BRITO,
Comer of Smith anil King Streots,
Keeps a Complete Lino o(
And Receives Now ComignmonU b
Hv-iy Steamer. ALo
Fresh Waialua aad Kona Butler
At 10 Cents a Pound.
iivliiii ltafttenco Kilns
f HAVE 1'our I'iuo Ib-I.lenco Sites,
I situated on l ilkol stieet, for wile.
The Lots h.ivoa tioiitinro of ot feet mi
I'hkoi stieet ami tuu you feet deep, mo
nicely l.dd out lu fruit anil shade trees
i,.!!'.l "" :!!L"";tl W!M' .Kr?!.,iUoJ.
...II. VI. IIIIUMHUMI, . IIU RIIIIUllllU Ul
llioe I.oti ami tho limited number make
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II lll-l,-rnillj ,11,11 tlliuillllll IIIII'I1.IMJIB
thoulil nuiKu early application to tho '
iiiiwuiBiKiieii, iroiu witnii an ).iriieiuain
can ho had. .IAS. F. MOHUAiN.
lMuturo FniinuH nuulo ro
ordor 1'roin Iutost HtyluH l
inoiil(liii.s. iit'iKivul imi of
out iiioi.uros a siiMlitlt,y ;tl
Kiiitf llros., Iloloj Hlroot.
- 1 J- V-tat.
We have n RAT TRAP, made In
France, that beats anything of tho
kind you ever saw.
seven at a time, If you haic that
many about your premises.
U'c sot u trap at night and catch
three or four nils at a pop. If your
chickens are annoyed by Gophers or
Mongoose set one of these traps and
you'll raise more chickens.
HAVING RECEIVED A FRESH
SUPPLY OF THE CELE
BRATED rv. i. Jk..
WE ARE AGAIN ABLE
TO SUPPLY THIS
Honolulu, H. 1
r-MX-KS Tl IWUMMa
LATEST STYLES IN
& Toques !
NEW RIB30NS 1
Be;; to announce- the arrival ol tho
J. O. PFLUGEK
11!) Days from Bremen, with a Full
Ai-mii tmeut of
Oik & Paints,
Bags & Bagging,
Cement & Fire Clay,
Etc, Etc., Etc.
' FIR If jlPARTMFMT
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J I .iVvK..
'TAXES OF 1 892 !
MEM REUS of, Ibu diireront Com
panics, claiming exemption
from pore mid taxe, mud appear
personally before the Assessor and
report their iiinmhori-liip, otherwise
no exemption will bo allowed.
&0F Secretaries who liuvu not
banded iu their lists of membership
to Ibu Secretary of tho Deji.irtir.ent
uuit-t do -o immediately.
JG'J 3t SLerutary II. FD.
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