Newspaper Page Text
ITff: ry?mi vwtim'm?rv7S!' v
T'''??? ,- .
Si. . , s
"Wfiarr PflBKiafSlw- v
t rt" . :OTvBj s
dWRlWWWFHKWHHFRI b& fraV',,TC3&WWVJmHVHOTaMMSIBHgHl
OAHU LAND AND RAILWAY CO,
FUOM AND AFTER FKBUUAHY 1, I&92.
Lv. Honolulu, 0:1ft 8:Jft 1:15 l:3M
An. HtiNoui.ttiu, 7:20 0:57 2:57 r:3.rt
IiV. IIunciumvm, 7::50 10:13 3:43 i:l2t
An. Honolulu, 8:35 11:55 4:55 0:50t
I'luitL City Local.
Ja Honolulu 5:205
An. 1'raiii. City 5:58
IiV. Vkahl City 0:00
An. Honolulu 0: 10
Sundays excepted, t Satuulnys only.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
11Y U. .1. LYONS.
5' 5 B
H H&HS H
ii.in. D.in. ii.in. ii.in.
13 !1 SO! U 0. '2 2.V 3 1.1
10 11 10.10 10 2 45 1 0
5 3'J 0 2!)
8 30 0 28'
fi il'll 0 28
B 40 (t 27
n 40, n so'
0 40 0 25.
11.111. U.lll. I
17 1 0, .... 3B.V 7 IB
W 1 32 1 0 5 0 7 M
'20 3 (15. 2 Ki 8 0 10 55
1211 3 45 3 23, 8 30,11 IB
ill! 2 12 2 0' I M 1 1.1
I I I I I
New UKioii on the 22nd nt Oil. 2Sm. n.in.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, AUG. 16, 1892.
' , - TUESDAY, Aug. 10.
Stmr Pelo from Makaweli
TUESDAY, Allg. 10.
Stmr V O Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr .lames Makeo for Hanalei mid Hana-
niaiilu at I p m
Stinr !Mikahala for Kauai .
Stinr (.Mainline for Maui
Schr Moiwnhinc for Koholulcle
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
S S Australia for San .Francisco at 12 m
Stmr O It Bishop for Lnhaina and Haiua-
icua, at, iu a m
Solir Iva Moi for Hanapcpe
For Maui, per stmr Claudine, Aug 1G
H Von Tempsky and bride, Mrs O A
Drown, child and servant, Miss Thompson,
Mrs Orozier, W A Gross, Mrs Desha, Bro
Anthony, Wing Chong and wife, Jt W
Meyer, Bros Joseph anU Edward, Mrs Ka
luna and 2 children, W J Lowrio,
For Maui and Hawaii, por stmr Y G
Hall, Aug 10 For Volcano: Thos ltonald-s-on,
Mrs Honaldson, tho Misses Ronahlson,
Masters Itonaldson, George Hendricks and
wife, Miss A V Oann, V M Catlin, S 15
Dogart. Way ports: E W Fuller, W It
Castle and son, Miss Johnson, Master De
cota, Mrs Dccota, Miss Joseiilnno Clark, V
S Dodgo, E D Preston, Mrs S 1! Itose and
son, T P Harris, E P Jtoyle, JIrs Kalili,
Miss Abbio Katualii and 80 deck.
Vessels in Port.
French Warship Duhotirdicu, Admiral
Pnrravnn. from Tahiti.
USPS San Franchseo, Admiral llrown,
from San Diego.
S S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco. Am bk Albert, 'Winding, from San Fran
cisco. Am schr Aloha, Johnson, from San Fran
cisco. Am sh Topgallant, Jackson, from Depar
Am bk Forest Queen, Dyreborg, from San
Am bkt Wrestler, Bergman, from New
castle, N S W.
IJkt W H Dimond, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco. Ger bk P Isenberg, Kruso, from San Fran
cisco. Nor sh Morning Light, Johansen, from
Nowcastle, N S W.
Bk Margaret, Petersen, from Newcastle.
Br bk Kooriugu, Young, from Nowcastle.
Foreign Vessels Expoctod. '
U S S Boston, from San Francisco, due.
11IMS Hiel, Mori, from Japan.
It M 8 Mariposa, Haywurd, fiom Sun Fran
cisco, Aug. 20.
It M 8 Monowai, Carey, from the Colonies,
Br S S Oceanic, from San Francisco, Aug.
Am bk Ceylon, from Sun Francisco, Aug.
Ger bk J
0 Glade, from Liverpool, Aug.
Hnw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Am sclirMury Dodge, from Eureka, Sept. 3.
Am seh Gleudale, from Eureka, Aug. 10,
Brbk It P Hitliet, fiom Cardil)', Sepf. 1.
Bk Gretu, from Newcastle, N 8 V.
Ger bk H Huckfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
Tho ship Topgallant is expected U leave
to-morrow for tho Sound in bullast.
The stmr 0 11 Bishop will leave to-morrow
morning tit 10 o'clock for Uilmtua und
ports on llamiikua.
The Aiuoiiean bark Albert has been mov
ed to Brewer's wharf, looking as neat as a
new pin. I'aptuin winding liclluvcs in the
adagu, "Cleanliness is next to godliness."
YON TE.MP8KY-D0YSKTT-At St. An
drew's Cathedral, Honolulu, Tuesday,
August 10th, by the Uev. John Usborne,
Mr. Itandul von Teinpsky, son of the
late Major von Teinpsky of New
Zealand, to Miss Doru M,, daughter of
Mrs. S. 11. Dowsottof Honolulu.
BltOWN At 1 o'clock a. in. Tuc-dnv,
AugiiHt lit, nt the residence of Mrs. W".
'ii. Aiurich, j'.mmiiHticct, 01 congestion
of the brain and nneumoni
I ut tie
Jsiinanl, daughter 01 Captain John H
and Jane Drown,
2 years 3
Funeral will bo auiioiinced later,
Briggs I did not know t hat you
wore living in Chicago proper. I
thought tho house you built was iu
Griggs It was when I bogan
building it, Chicago Times,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A "closed door enso" is being hoard
in tho Polico Court'lo-dny.
Tlio S. S. Australia will lonvo to
morrow at noon for tho Const.
A concert by three- bnuds is tho
rare musical ovont to como oir nt tho
Hotel this evening.
Tho monthly social of tho Hook
and Ladder Company will tnko plnco
Elovon tourists wore passengers
by tho stonmor W. G-. Hnll tliis
morning for a visit to tho Volcano.
A now record book was opened in
the Polico Court this morning. This
is tho second criminal record book
Mr. Steon did somo lightning work
in divining secret figures while pay
ing a fivo minutes' visit to tho Bulxu
tin oflico this afternoon.
Mr. James Lylo twelvo years ago
on Tugot Sound helped to build tho
bnrkontino Wrestler, which has just
boon overhauled bj- his linn (Soron
son & Lylo) on tho Marino Eailway.
Mr. IT. I. Crandall, who built tho
Honolulu Marino Kailway tho do
sign of which was his own inven
tion latoly made a survey for a
mnrino railway alongside of tho
Government dry dock at Esquimalt,
Mons. Vizzavonn, acting French
Commissioner, will give a dinner
this evening at tho Hawaiian Hotel,
to Admiral Parrayon and tho
otlicors of tho flagship Dubour
diou. A squad of men from tho
ship wore seen taking bundles of
flags to tho Hotel this afternoon for
Mrs. Steon, of tho Steen-Smith
combination, has signified an inten
tion of challenging tho best chess
player in tho clt- to a gniuo any
ovening. Mrs. Steon will play blind
folded and inako.tho tour of -.1,090
moves during tho ovening, failing
which sho will forfeit tho receipts of
two entertainments to a charitable
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
A full sot of furniture is offered
for sale, with lease of premises if do
sired. Sunburn relieved at ouco 13' Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Homestead lots in South Kona are
offered to intending sottlors on tho
Paia Plantation stockholders will
meet at Castlo & Cooke's otlico on
tho 22nd inst.
Jns. F. Morgnn will sell corrugat
ed iron and granilo paving stones at
12 o'clock Friday.
A meeting of tho Haiku Sugar Co.
will bo hold at tho otlico of Castlo &
Cooke on tho 22nd inst.
Stockholders of tho Kohala Sugar
Co. aro called to a meeting at tho
otlico of Castlo & Cooke on tho 29th
A piece of Government, land on
Nuunnu street will bo sold at auc
tion Soptombor 11th at Aliiolani
Ladies' shampooing and hair dross
ing done at thoir houses by Miss
"Woir, 73 Beretauia street. Mutual
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and (51 Hotol
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; SI
and $1.25 a week.
II. Hackfold & Co. oiler for Halo
best refined alcohol for mechanical
and medical purposes at 1.75 a gal
lon, including container.
John F. Colburn & Co. havo re
ceived by tho bark Albert a fresh in
voice of hay, grain and feed, also
Crown flour. Thoy sell firewood at
$9 a cord.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
koa street, opposito tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollico hours, 9'to 12,2 to 1,
and ovonings (5 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll tolophono 197 ; Mutual (582.
Miss Ilnttio N. Brown, daughter
of Capt. John IT. Brown, died at
0110 o'clock this morning after a
very short illness. Sho was out
riding and attended tho baud con
cert Saturday afternoon, and at 7:30
that evening was takon with chills.
Pneumonia was soon developed and
congestion of tho brain producing
delirium ensued Sunday night. Miss
Brown was a well-known and popular
young member of society, Her ago
was 22 years 3 months, Sho leaves
her parents, two sinters -Mrs. AV. II.
Aldrich and Mrs. W. C. King and
two brothers Douglas and Norman
to mourn thoir loss. Tho funeral
will take placo from the residence of
Mr. Aldrich, Emma street, after tho
return of Mrs. W. 0. King from
Maui. Notice of the time will be
Tuesday, Aug. Kit 1
Prayer at 10. Minutes road
10:15, and approved as usual.
Noble Williams, from tho Printing
Committee, reported Bills No. 1C9,
170, 171 and 172 printed, and they
wore ordered distributed.
Noble Baldwin, from tho Finance
Committee, presented a report on
Bill 133, "entitled an Act to amend
Chapter -11 of tho Session Laws of
188G, relating to tho division of tho
district of Honolulu into fivo dis
tricts for tho purposes of taxation,"
and to the effect that to carry out
tho Bill would increase tho expense
of tho assessment and tax depart
ment of Honolulu without adding
to the oflivicucy of tho service. Thoy
sco no good reason for making tho
chnngo and recommend that tho Bill
bo tabled. Report received and
tabled for consideration with the
Tho same member also presented
a roport from tho same Committee
on Bill GS, to provide for and autho
rize tho raising of a rovonuo by taxn
tion to bo applied to and used for
tho support of the several firo
departments of tho Kingdom, as
Hon. J. S. Wat.keii, President Legis
Sin, Your Committee on Finance,
to whom was referred Bill No. G3,
entitled an "An Act to provide for
and authorize tho raising of a Reve
nue by Taxation to bo applied to
and used for tho support, mainte
nance and carrying on of tho several
Firo Departments of tho Kingdom,"
beg leavo to roport that wo have hud
tho same under careful consideration.
Tho object of tho Bill is to make
each district in tho Kingdom pay for
its own Firo Department, and as tho
town of Honolulu is the only placo
that has a 'Fire Department, or that
is likely to havo one for j-ears to
come, it seems evident to your com
mittee that the Bill was drawn up to
apply directly to tho Honolulu Fire
Tho proposition that tho tax pay
ors of Honolulu should'pay for their
own Firo Department, is evidently
based on tho supposition that this
town is receiving per capita more
than their proportion of Government
In order to determine tho truth of
this supposition and deal with this
question justly, your commit tee havo
obtained full figures from the Assos-sor-in-Chiof
showing for tho past
period tho amount of taxes paid por
capita on each island separately, and
also tho taxes paid by tho residents
of Honolulu. To oil'set this the ex
penditures havo been carefully cal
culated that havo boon spent solely
for tho bonofit of each island, and
also tho expenditures solol' for tho
benefit of Honolulu.
Thoro aro certain sources of reve
nue and expenditures that aro com
mon to the islands as a whole. Those
items of revenue and expenditure
havo not boon included in making
up thoso figures, nor has any ac
count been made of tho road and
school tax which bolong to each dis
trict whoro collected. In making
up these figures receipts from Hono
lulu Water Works amounting to
$81,580.55, recoipts from electric
lights $9,550.10, receipts from Hono
lulu Fish Market $13,295.85, havo
boon deducted from tho expendi
tures in Honolulu. These aro items
of rovonuo paid into tho Treasury
by tho citizens of Honolulu that
thoj' should have credit for.
Wo give herewith tho figures ac
cording to our calculation:
rxn. oik-Ii Kvp.
Lena I n ,
Honolulu f )illm
Hawaii . . .
Kauai . . .
Male Taxes less 'Iiinch
I'lipillatii'ii. Komi A; pur
Oahu I'J.ICM 2!tf, !('). I,ri 20.2.'i
17.017 2I!I,K.'I0.I0 12.11
12,87!) nw.lliS.JlS 10.70
H.10I IJO,0!I0.70 11.01
The above figures show that the
District of Kona, Oahu, or Hono
lulu, pays $2.10 tax more than it re
ceives in expenditures per capita
Maui pays $2.09 more than it re
ceives iu expenditures por capita.
Kauai pays . $1.7(1 moro than it re
ceives in expenditures per capita.
But Hawaii receives 28 cents more
per capita in expenditures than it
Tho above statement shows that
it would be unjust to require Hono
lulu to pay more towards the ex
penses of Government than it now
pays. Wo therefore recommend that
the bill be laid on the table.
Jloport was tabled for considera
tion with tho Bill,
Ifop. Waipuilani gave notice that
Opium Committee No. 2 would meet
to-morrow morning at 8 o'clock.
Noble Cornwoll oirercd a resolu
tion that a Bill relative to tho regu
lating of vehicles which carry pas-
songers for hire in the district of
Wailuku, bo transferred from the
Connnitteo on Commerce to the
Committee on Ways nnd Means.
Noble Mnrsdcn questioned tho
Minister of Finance to tho effect:
1, How many Chinese havo been
naturalized during the past period?
2, Please state how ninny for each
nnd every month of the period up to
tho present time?
At 11, Unfinished Business coming
up, Bill No. 115, relative to Internal
Taxes was taken up and the con
sideration of Section 37 was pro
Section 37. Relating to the man
ner in which the taxable property of
parties or persons unknown or non
residents shall bo assessed nnd levied
Section 39. Assessors shall at any
time ndd person or property omit
ted, notico to bo given to the owner,
if known within ten days after such
Section 39. Assessors to send
written notices before tho first day
of September of each year addressed
to owners of real property who aro
non-residents of their respective
divisions, but residing within tho
Kingdom. Provided that no notico
bo required unless valuation of pro
pertj' has been raised. Passed.
Section -10. Property to bo assess
ed between tho first and thirty-first
days of July in each year.
Pending action on this Section,
argument having ensued on a motion
to assess growing crops, sugar, nee,
etc., on Jauuarj lt of each year, the
Assembly at 11:50 took recess until
Early Morning Scufilo.
A quarrel this morning between
Davis and Mokuula, employed in
tho Government stables, resulted al
most soriously to Mdkuula. There
was a hot discussion between the
two men about something or othor.
Tho dispute ended in a fight. After
a few blows and parries Davis land
ed a blow with terrible force on
Mokuuln's forehead, which caused
Mokuula to fall back, striking -the
back of his head on some hard ob
ject, which ruptured an artery. On
lookers called in a policeman and
Davis was taken to the Station.
Mokuuln's injuries wore attended by
Dr. Peterson, who sowed up the
wound and pionounced it not seri
ous. Davis was charged with assault
and battery and will bo tried to
morrow. Fast Sheep Shearing.
Some remarkable sheep-shearing
was done lately on tho ranch of
Hon. F. II. Haysoldon, Lanai. A
native shepherd was told at 1 p.
m. that another was racing him for
a day's work. The second man was
then 11 sheep ahoad. At tho close
of the daj''s work tho first man had
sheared 181 sheep to the other's 173.
Had tho champion known earlier
that it was to bo a race, he would
havo made a record of 200 sheep at
least, or one every three minute iu
ten hours. In fact, ho was shearing
at that rate through the afternoon.
The instruments employed were
ordinary sheopshears. Each 111:111
caught his own sheep.
Take Good Caro of tho Children.
If you havo children you will bo
interested in the experience of Mr.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vermillion Co.,
111. Ho says: "Two years ago two
of in' family, a young man and a
girl, had vory severe and dangerous
attacks of bloody ilux. The doctor
here was unable, after a weok'h time,
to check or relieve either case. I
threw tho doctor overboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhoia Remedy. Im
provement was seen very soon and
1113' children arose iu a few days
from what I feared would bo their
deathbed. It is a grand, good medi
cine. " J' or sale Dy nil dealers. Don
son, Smith & Co., Agents.
MIUKK WILL Bi: A MKBTINO OF
the Stockholders of the Kohala bugur-
Co, at the olllrp of Castle A ('(Hike, oil
MONDAY, the 20th inst., at 11 o'clock . i.
.1. If. ATIIKItTON,
rpilKUi: WILL III) A MKLTINO OF
.1 the .Stoi'Uioldcis of the Haiku Kugar
Co. at the olllce of ('initio iV Cooke, on
MONDAY, the2Jd inst., at I) o'clock A. M.
.1. II. ATHKItTON,
rpilNlli: WILL BK A .MKKTINTI OF
J. tho rilockholderx of 1'aiii Plantation
at tint iilllco of Castle .t Cooke op MON
DAY. Aug. 22, Irti-', tit I) o'clock . m.
TllO.s. W. IIOIIHON,
of Trustees of tho Oucen'ii Hospital
will he held ut the room of the Chamber of
Commerce, on Monday, August 22, Ib'Ji, at
10 o'clock a. m.i for thu purpoi-o of consid
ering proposed Amendments to By-Laws.
L'er Older. F. A. riOHAKKKlt,
Honolulu, July 2J, IM). l7S-m
YOl'XU MAN IK WILL1NU TO
earn his n.issagi! to Kan Ftnucisco
liv uiiltim: on anv wivm-iiki-i- requiring
attendance. Address "K" Bui.i.i.ru.
An examination of teachers and
aspirants for teachers' positions was
held at Fort street school on Mon
day, July 25th. The following is tho
1 .1. Barnet 97 peicent.
2 Miss Dito Fintaro...9r "
Mrs.C. B. Smith 91 "
J-Miss Mary Tuck 90 "
5-.1. Kanikau 83 . "
G Miss Lizzie Guriiey. 83 "
7 MissAimeoMos.miinn83 "
8 Miss Louisa Aheong.82 "
9-E. Woodward 79 "
lO-.lustin V. MeCarthy.78 "
11 Miss 12va Sunter... .77 "
12 Miss Annie Puhi. . . .75 "
13-Olin Crowcll 75 "
six month eniiTiriCATia.
11 Andrew llina G5 "
15-Chas. Lake 03 "
lG-Miss Ellen Cook.... 57
17-Miss Blanche llonior.55 "
18 Miss Julia Hunt.... 17 "
There were fivo other candidates,
not teachers, who failed to attain
tho requisite number of marks for
a second class certificate.
Prof. II. Borger has arranged to
give a combined concert between
bauds of tho Flagships San Fran
cisco and Dubourdiou and tho Royal
Hawaiian Band at tho Hawaiian
Hotol this Tuesday evening. The
following will bo tho program:
Fkkm'ii FiAusim- DuHouitntKir Baku (21
pieces) Li:os Hi'inurr, Lender.
1. Overture William Tell Kossinl
2. Selection Sigurd . Beyer
U. S. FlmIkiiu' San Fiuncihco Bvnu (Is
pieces) Ciiimi Comiuhk, Leader.
X Fantasia 1 Martiri Donietli
I. Selection Gasparone MUIocKcr
I'.ovAi. Hawaiian Band (31 pieces) Pitor.
fi. Overture Masaniello . . ...'Auber
0. Maich Tannhnuser. . ... Wagner
Tuni'.r. Ban ns (combined).
7. Ovcrtme Poet and Peasant. Snpiie
S. Selection ltoso of Castllle.. Balfe
!). Fantasia Tho International Cnigievs
Star bpntigled Bailner.' .'
Old Rags Wanted.
Clean white rags, suitable for band
ages, are wanted for use nt tho Bishop
llomo and tho Boys' Home, Leper
Settlement, Molokai. Ring up 281
Mutual telephone, and thoy will bo
sent, for; or leavo tho same at tho
otlico of tho Board of Health, or at
J. T. Watorhouso's, Queen street.
OUR STOCK OF
. is'j.'. .
ALL OK WHICH AIM', KltKHII. l'.VKHY
At Popular Prices!
Mron, Newman & Co.
COKNKIl FOKT AND KINO HTUKKTK.
Iff DKLIVKHKD Fit KB f6
LEWIS. J. LEVEY,
Cor. Kurt iV (Juccu Mii-i-K
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
84 Beretauia St.
Bell Telo. 280
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroot, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Spreckels' Bank.
CAW GIVE YOU A PROPER FIT
In .A-ny Style of
Eye Glasses or Spectacles
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Ixonol-LiliA, -E31. I.
Children's Hats -
104 IPovX, Stroot, Honolulu.
CHILDIIKN'S LACK HATS,
CIIILDISKX'S MULL HATS,
OlIILDltKX'S SILK HATS,
ciiili)i:i:n"s muslin hats,
(!1III,D1!KX'S STltAW HATS,
OHILDIIKN'S I.KOIIOltX HATS.
INFANTS' LACK BONNKTS,
IN WANTS' CIllFc'ON BONNKTS,
INFANTS' MUSLIN BONNKTS,
INFANTS' SILK BONNKTS.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
FINE CANDIES !
HART & CO.,
OF Til 10
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wlxh to inform the Public ol Hono
lulu and all residents of the other
lslandn that they have secured tho
Mtrvlcos of Mr, Charles Ludwigeu,
an expert Candy Maker of long ex
perience, and who In particularly
familiar with the tastes of all lovers
Having recently made great im
proveinentsand added new machin
ery to oiiruxli-iinivo Candy Factory,
we aro now bettor tible than ever
before to supply the public with
High (irade Confections of Unsur
passed Quality and .Strictly Pure
ami Wholesome Material, Our
motto will always bo
"Nor now ciii:.r, hut now iooi"
can we make the Caudles.
Yours, anxious to please.
JIAIIT ,t CO.
Ki.m: Iff. Ciii.im 1'aiii.oiis
AMI (H.MlV F.WTOIIV.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
Stockholders of tho Houomu Kugar
Company held this day, the following
Ollicers wine elected for thu ensiling jcar:
President . . Tom May,
Treasurer , ,ieo. II. Kohcrlsoii,
Kccretary . A. O. I.ovi'ldn,
.iimiior . . r. uiiueuoeri;.
i'. u unueuiierg,
1)1 lectors .. . 4 A
Kccietarv Houomu Kugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, lb!i.'. lilt-1 in
Mciixrx, King Jlron.ure nhowiui uj'me
Hue of Jlumtioo iiini other utile I'arlor
I'lixeU, Will! llracLrln, and Wiutluw
Cornices, tit 1'rkea to meet the times.
keep n horc? If to you want a Dandy
Britih, nnd you wnnt one strong enough to
last something that will not go to pieces
in a wfek. England is famous for good
l)ruhoi nnd good mutton. The brushes
wo oiler you this week are from England.
Wo have no mutton.
contemplating any etmngo in thenrrange
liieillof your drawing room, your boudoir
or your kitchen? We can assist yon ton
considerable extent In the selection of your
hoops, Stoves, Fixtures and Crockery.
lake five minutes of your time and exa
mine sonio of the goods wo oiler you will
yon compare our prices with those charged
by oilier dealers? It will benefit you; o
II will Us. Wo make discount for cash too.
forgotten about thon- Metal Handled Slim1
Daubers nnd Brushes that you called for
n few weeks ago. We merely remind you
that wo have them now. They aro good.
A MISFIT ?
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THi: Al BTKAMBHIl
WILL LKAYK HONOLULU
rou tiik aiiiivk ronr on
Wednesday, August 17th,
A.T NOON .
Thu uuder-igncd are now prepared to
Ismio Through Tickets from ihiscity to all
points in the I'ulU'il States,
For further particulars regarding Freight
or Passage apply to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
Hi Wit (leiKr.il Agents.
Per S. S. Australia.
lAt the Beaver Saloon,
H. J, Nolto, Proprietor.
The bent thiiiy to semi to your friends
(diriuid is Kinij Jlros, "Illustrated S'oii-
veuirofjltneiiii," uhieh is gotten up for
i the imrnoiic1, (iiul is not mi advertisement,