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First Quarter of tho in on on (he 28tli tit 7li.
IB DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, SEPT. 20, 1892.
Sunday, Sept. '25.
Stmr Claiidine from Mniit
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Monday, Sept. l(i.
4-masteil sehr ltobort Lowers, Goodman,
?.) days from 1'ort Gamblo
Sunday Sept. 25.
lllctne, Tropiu Uird for San Francisco
Monday, Sept. 20.
Stmr Polo for Waimca and JIakawcli nt
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 n m
Stmr .Tunics Makuo for llanalct and Ilana-
niaulu at 1 p m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Waimanalo for Molokai and Maui
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bktno S G Wilder, Gri filth, for San
Stmr V G Hall for Maui and Hawaii nt 10
Stmr Clandine for Maui at 5 p m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p m
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS
Diamond Hontl, 8 p. in. Weatlior
clear; wind, fresh northeast.
K. B. Lookwood, n lawyer and
tourist, arrived on tho Planter.
Tho band will give its regular con
eort at Emma Squaro tliis evening.
A strango schooner has 1koii seen
off Molokai and Lanai during tho
past two weeks.
Tho barkentino Tropic Bird took
n small mail of 217 letters and 21
papers for tho Coast yesterday.
.Tho inspectors of tho fourth dis
trict, first and second precincts, will
moot this evening at tho Boll Tower,
Tho election inspectors of tho first
district, first, precinct, will meet this
evoning nt tho Long Branch Baths,
from 7 to 9 o'clock.
Thoro will bo a mooting of tho
inspectors of fourth district, first
precinct, at China Engine House,
Mnunakoa street, this evoning.
Tho How Do You Liko It team
defeated tho No. 1 Volunteer nine
easily on Saturday afternoon on tho
League ground, tho score standing
27 to 7. '
Tho New York Mail and "Express
prints n singlo column map of those
islands, in connection with a report
that Groat Britain wants to buy
Chief Justico Judd is hearing a
bill in equity for an accounting,
brought by Josoph Nawahi against
J. lv. Kookauln, in tho upstairs
Lottors marked "por barkoutiuo
S. G. Wildor" will bo forwarded by
that vessel to-morrow, tho mail
closing at 11 o'clock. It will have
22 days to got ahead of noxt steamer
Thoro will bo a mass mooting at
tho Borotania street Armory this
evening for tho purposo of ratifying
tho nominations of Mossrs. II.
Watorhouso and M. P. Robinson
candidates for Nobles.
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Clandine 890 bags sugar, 2." bags
potatoes, 75 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Mikahala 3100 bags sugar, 5(1 bags
rice, 20 bags pia, 15 bills hides, 15 calves,
T. P. Sovorin, of the Aloha Gal
lery, has secured somo excellent
viows of tho Moaula and Pakaikai
Falls on Molokai. Tho Moaula Palls
aro ono of tho most picturesque
sights on tho islands.
Tho steamer Mokolii was'chartor
od on Saturday to go to Molokai for
Arthur Brown, who was needed for
tho Myrtlo's crow in tho coining six
oared raco. Tho steamer returned
to-day with her passougor.
Tho Eov. Mr. Peot, rector emeritus
of Newport, Jlhodo Island, arrived
on tho Planter, on a visit to tho
islands. Mr. Peot is staying at tho
Chopin House, and on Sunday at
tended tho services at St. Andrew's.
For San Francisco, porbktneTropicBird,
uoxz, Jiuw cooper, Jirs ii
er bktno Planter,
K 11 Peot, Fred
Sept 25 J L
From San Francisco,
Sent 24 HI! Lockwoo
B Hellwig and T Kaneko,
From Mani, per stmr Clandine. Sopt 25
G P Wilder, U Unna, 11 P Baldwin, D
Douglass and wife, Mrs Kahookano and
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Sept 25
Mr Laumau, Mrs Thos AValker, U L
Brito, J H Campbell, M J Perreira, 0 B
Olsen; wife anil 2 children, Miss Lottie
Fountain, Miss Itachol Fountain, Akana,
Cheo Fa, Acbock, Mrs Graham, John
Campbell, WE Howell, H T Taylor, Dr
Ushidu, A Fat, C Apoi, Lum Hop, Chung
Fook, Awana, Akiau, Citing Chau and Oi)
Mous. A. Vizzavona, acting French
Commissioner, rocoived tho sad news
by last mail of tho death of his
oldest, brother at Homo. Ho was an
oilicor in tho French army and was
prosont at tho capitulation of Motz
in tho Franco-Prussian war.
Tho barkentino S G Wilder will leave to
morrow for San Francisco.
The barkentino Planter went on the reef
while she was coining in on Saturday, but
got off without injury.
The steamer Polo left this afternoon for
Kauai, and will not be back till Tuesday
week, as she is going to make a circuit of
The steamer Claudinu towed tho brigan
tine J. D. Sprcekels out of Kahului harbor
on Baturday evening, bound for San Fran
cisco In ballast.
The schooner Robert Lower, Captain W.
G. Goo'dniati, arrived this morning 29K
days from Port Gamblo loudod with lum
ber as follows: 004,477 feet rough It. W.,
2.12,843 feetN. W., 5000 pickets, 60,000 laths,
200 M. shingles, 50 M. shingles. 500 sawn,
spars, 471 long feet. Tho cargo Is consigned
to Lowers it Cooke.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Hon. H. A. Widomann is not in
tho field for tho coming special elec
tion of two Nobles.
What wore tho minority of tho
"Droi Hundrod" doing round tho
powder magazine at Punchbowl 3"os
torday? A crood deal of advorso comment
is hoard about town on the inaction
of tho U. S. S. Boston, while so many
people of her country may bo per
ishing within roach of assistance.
A little boy of Mrs. .McDonald's,
living near hero, fell against a red
hot stovo and was fearfully burned.
Tho pain was torriblo, and it was
thought the burn was so severe as to
scar tho child for lifo, I sold the
lady a bottle of Chamborlain's Pain
Balm, which, aftor greasing tho sore,
sho applied, It soon romovod all
the iiro and eased tho pain, and in
ton days tho boy was well, no trace
of tho scar remaining, J. D. Mc
Laren, Koysport. Clinton county, 111.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co,, Agents for tho Hawai
Among tho incidents of childhood
that stand out in bold roliof, as our
memory rovorts to tho days when wo
wore young, nono aro moro promi
nent than sovoro sickness. Tho
young mother vividly remembers
that it was Chamborlain's Cough
Remedy cured hor of croup, and in
turn administors it to her own off
spring and uhvays with tho best re
sults. For sale by all doalors. Bon
son, Smith & Co., Agouts for tho
An entertainment for tho benefit
of tho organ fund of the now Con
trol Union Church will bo given in
tho Hawaiian Opora House noxt
Saturday evening. Its nature and
tho participants in it will bo found
in our advertising columns.
At tho annual mooting of tho
stockholders of tho Mutual Tolo
phouo Company, to bo hold at tho
company's building at .10 o'clock
Wednesday, important reports aro
to bo in ado. A full attendance of
stockholders is thereforo requested.
A colored print of a White Houso
orchid, as painted by tho wifo of
President Harrison, is shown in tho
window of tho Hawaiian News Com
pany. It has a pathetic interest just
now in view of tho reported mortal
illness of tho lady of tho White
The St. Andrew's Church Associ
ation will hold its regular monthly
mooting on Thursday evening noxt
in tho schoolroom. There will bo a
musical and literary program, fol
lowed by a social and refreshments.
All members of tho Association and
their friends aro cordially invited to
Judge Dole is giving a preliminary
hearing, in his room to-day, of tho
charge of forgery preferred by
Queen Dowager Kapiolani against
S. W. Maholoua, barristor. Tho
charge is based on a deed purport
ing to have boon executed by the
late King Kalakaua before leaving
for tho United States on tho U. S. S.
An alarm of lire was sounded last
evening for a blazo at Punahou. It
turned out to bo on tho side of tho
mountains and the ongiues, which
wore mot troiiur toward .the fire.
wore ordered back by Chief Engineer
Asch, as ho did not wish to hurt tho
horses by making them go up tho
slope. It was a pretty sight to see
tho two engines, with No. 2 loading
slightly, going'along King stroot to
A mooting of tho Board of Health
in consultation with tho local doc
tors, as to what measures should bo
adopted in rognrd to tho prevention
of tho introduction of cholera into
this kingdom, is being held this
aftornoon in tho Chamber of Com
merce room. Hon. David Dayton,
President of tho Board of Health,
occupies tho chair. Dr. G. Trous
seau submitted a code of regulations
to tho board. Tho mooting is well
Tho iiro ongino lino drill on Ma
unakoa street Saturday afternoon
was successful in showing tho long
distance water can bo thrown from
tho harbor by a combination of tho
machines. No. l's powerful engine
sent water to King stroot, discharg
ing into No. -1 and 5 engines, which
discharged throo fair stroams at No.
fj's houso. With ono branch each,
jots wore thrown high enough to
wot tho flags on tho tall polo of No.
5 houso. Engine No. 2 had a drill
by. itself, drawing from tho creek at
Smith's" liriilirn. Cliinf EilL'ilteor
Assembly convened for pravor at
10 o'clock, President Walker In the
chair. Minutes of the previous meet
ing wore then road and approved,
The following petitions were pre
sented and referred:
By Ron. Smith from school chil
dren at Kilatioa, Kauai, that ono W.
Mullor bo removed from his position
as teacher at that place. To Com
mittee on Education.
By tho same member from resi
dents of Koolnuloa, Oahu, that tho
Lottery Bill do not pass. Tabled
Tho following reports from stand
ing committees wore presonted:
By Rop. Smith from tho Judiciary
Committee: 1, On Bill 5)7, "to bettor
define and deelaro the practico in
trials by jury." Tho commit too ro
cominond that tho bill pass with
amendments proposed by them. Re
port tabled for bill. 2, On Bill 1G1,
"to dofino tho order of challenging
jurors in civil and criminal cases.
Tho coinmitteo say that tho provi
sions of this bill are identical with a
section of Bill 5)7 which tho commit
tee recommend to pass. They there
fore recommend that tho Bill Id bo
tabled. Report adopted.
On Sections 62, (53, (11 and 05 of
Bill relating to internal taxes, tho
same member presonted a report
from tho satno Committee in which
the- recommend that eortain amend
ed sections which thoy present bo
adopted in place of tho original
ones. Rop. Ashford of tho Commit-
tteo concurs if tho Bill should pass
but did not consider tho Bill neces
sary at this timo. Report tabled for
consideration of Bill.
From the same Committee, a re
port was returned on the Bill
"to authorize railroad corpora
lions to mortgage their proporty and
franchisoto secure their bonds." Tho
Commit! eo present a substitute bill
which thoy present but without any
rocommondation. Report t ablcd for
Rop. Kanoalii, from tho Coinmit
teo on Miscellaneous Petitions, pre
sonted a report on tho following
1, That tho law to mitigate bo re
pealed. Table for Bill. 2, That tho
merry-go-round be prohibited. Table
for Bill. 3, That no Hawaiian ivomou
bo allowed to marry foreigners.
Table. J, For an English school at
Naalohu. To Coinmitteo on Educa
tion. 5, That tho Minister of tho
Intorior draft and supply blanks
for labor contracts. Table for Bill
on subject. G, That 1 ho Govornmont
supply storohouses at Punaluu
and Honoipo. To Coinmitteo on
Public Lands. 7, That a now treaty
of Reciprocity bo entered into with
tho United Slates. To tablo. 8,
That planters and mercantile linns
bo prohibited from importing goods
from countries without treaty with
Hawaii. To tablo. 0, That no for
eigners bo appointed to aiiy Govorn-
Smith'B bridge Chiof Engineer
I Asoh conducted tho operations.
niont ofiico. To tablo. 10, That only
Hawaiians bo appointed to oflicos
under tho Government. To tablo.
11, That heads of Government De
partments be prohibited from hold
ing two ollices. To tablo. 12, That
tho people oloot all Government
officials. To tablo. 13, That Ha
waiian women be prohibited to
marry foreigners. To tablo. 14.,
That Hawaiian schools bo establish
ed on various islands. Indefinite
postponement. 15, That children bo
allowed to attend schools until thoy
becomo married. To tablo. 1G,
That Hawaiians bo prohibited to
sell thoir lands to foreigners. To
tablo. 17, That no mortgages bo de
clared legal unloss both partios bo
Hawaiians. Indefinite postponement.
18, That Hawaiians bo prohibited
from selling thoir lauds to foreign
ers. To tablo. 19, That tho Gov
ernment soil lands only to Hawaii
ans. To tablo. 20, That the Gov
ernment appropriate money to buy
in lands now mortgaged and belong
ing to native Hawaiians. To tablo.
21, That the Government, no longer
pay a salary to tho physician at Ka
lawao, JloloKai, but lnstoaa pay nun
SI 5 for each case cured by him at
that place. To Sanitary Coinmitteo.
22, That all lopers reported as cured
at tho lopor sottloinont bo allowed
to go to their homes. To Sanitary
Committee. 23, That a now Consti
tution bo granted, To tablo for bill.
25, That Hawaiian women bo prohi
bited from marryiiig with foreigners.
To tablo. 2(i, That a bridge bo
erected at Kula, Maui. To Coin
mitteo on Public Lands. 27, That
the taxes of people having children
attending school bo remitted. To
table. 28, That nativo kahunas bo
ponuitled to practice medicine
Tabled for Bill.
On motion tho report was adopted.
Rop. Smith, from Iho Sanitary
Committee, presented a report rola
tivo to the resolution instructing
thorn to hold conference with medi
cal gentlomon and with reference (o
moasures to bo taken to provont tho
introduction of cholera. Tho Coin
mitteo say that thoy had a meeting
on tho 21th inst. Tho medical gen
tlemen prosont unanimously advo
cated iho proposition that all ports
of entry of tho Kingdom should bo
closed and no vessels from foreign
ports bo ponnitted io outer any port
of tho Kingdom other than Hono
lulu, so long as cholera oxists in the
United States; that all vessels arriv
ing at other ports should bo required
to coiuo to Honolulu and submit to
tho regulations of tho Board of
Health before being allowed to dis
charge passengers or freight. Also
that tho strictest moasures bo adopt
ed ami enfoiced at tho port of Hono
lulu in regard to quarantine and dis
infi'cliiiL' liassoiiL'ors and cargo,
Thoy further recommended that an
advisory board of five physicians bo
appointed io assist tho Board in
formulating moasures to prevent tho
inlioduclion of cholera.
Tho Coinmitteo say that on con
ference with tho Attornoy-Gonoral
ho agreed to draft aud would pro
sont a Bill on tho subject. Tho
Committee recommend that tho
advisory coinmitteo bo formed at
once Roport adopted.
Under suspension of tho rules
Ministor Neumann gavo notice of
and road for tho first tiino a bill "to
provont tho infection of cholera in
tho Hawaiian Islands." Read a
second time, passed to engrossment
and ordered to bo road (under sus
pension of tho rules) a third time
Noble Baldwin, under suspension
of tho rules, presented a petition
from tho mercantile aud business
houses of the city of Honolulu con
tabling about 800 signatures and
praying that tho Lottery Bill do not
pass. Tabled for consideration with
Rod. Kanoalii. from tho committee
appointed to investigate thu Wilson
Ashford matter as presonted in a
resolution oiTercd by Noblo Thurs
ton, roportod that from tho state
ments made and evidence taken
thoro was no infrimroinent of Article
51 of tho Constitution, and that
there was no assault. They consider
ed that Mr. Wilson was not guilty of
the charges made and thoy therefore
recoinmondod that tho resolution bo
laid on tho table.
Rep. Ashford moved that the ro
port bo adopted. He had not
brought tho charges in his personal
capacity but as a member of tho As
sembly. Ho was much surprised,
however, at tho finding of tho com
mittee, as it. practically recommend
ed any bully or thug outside of tho
Houso to intimidate or threaten any
member and to do so with impunity.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox did not sup
port tho motion to adopt. Ho did
not consider that a person should
go around like an infuriated beast
simply because ho was criticised in
tho Houso. Mombors wero not sup
posed to go around with revolvers
in thoir pockets ready to kill on pro
vocation. Ho wondered how long
tho Cabinet wore going to retain the
present Marshal in office
Rop. Bush felt called upon to give
expression lo his opinion, llo folt
that each member of tho House
should protect tho othor. It was
the duty of the Houso to oxpross an
opinion condemning tho action of
tho Marshal. Ho would raiso his
hand in protest against the roport
Noblo Williams desired tho mem
ber to read tho sworn affidavits of
Rop. Ashford and of Marshal Wil
son boforp continuing his speech.
Rop. Ashford says under oath that
ho was not "afraid of personal vio
lence" Rop. Bush continuing said that ho
thought tho adoption of tho roport
would bo derogatory to tho dignity
of tho Houso.
Rop. Ashford reading tho affidavit
of Marshal Wilson said that ho was
not awaro of this having boon mado
at tho timo that ho moved tho adop
tion of tho roport; ho would now
withdraw his motion. Marshal Wil
son showed that ho had called him
(Ashford) a liar, had threat oned "to
wipo tho street up with him," and in
short had endeavored to intimidate
him. If tho case rested simply on
tho statements of Marshal Wilson a
conviction was sure to follow. Ho
moved the roport bo tabled till to
morrow, then to bo considered with
othor mattor relating to tho Mar
shal. Ho would say that now it
looked as though ho would have
oithor to thrash tho Marshal or the
Marshal thrash him before oithor of
thoin wore much older. On reflec
tion, however, ho would change that
statement and say that tho roport
can only bo regarded as a white
washing of tho Marshal and ho (tho
Marshal) would feel that ho could go
further and therefore it looked very
much as though Ashford was in for
Tho motion of Rop. Ashford was
adopted and tho roport was mado
tho Order of tho Da', with othor
matters, for to-morrow.
Rop. Smith from the Rico
mittee presented a roport in
tho coinmitteo, after considering
various bills and reports for and
against tho repeal of tho existing
duty on imported rico, say that thoy
fcol that it would not bo wiso to ro
movo tho duty oithor wholh or par
tially until tho conditions change,
and thoy rocoinmoud that all of tho
bills aud petitions referred to them
bo laid upon tho tablo.
Alter somo little discussion and
several motions the roport was tabled
for consideration with bills on tho
At 12:11 tho Houso took recess
until 1:30 p
Agatk "Wark that won't blister is ono of our
know what it is lo have a Saucepan with
These nightly rains are helping matters consider-
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Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs.
A Remedy Eudorscd by the Medical Profession
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bath often if vou aro htohy.
your lawn, but not without a IIosk.
in.'l the host.
a bit and you can got a
You know where to
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saw Blades of the Furost Stool and Handles of Pearl es
pecially selected for this trade. Xo ovary day affairs; every
of them good enough to loan your most particular
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"I havo had roiieatcd importunity
of ohscrvlne and tpMlnir the rollovinir mid
healing quality of Vita On. when applied
to painful, soro and inllamed parts, nlo in
lame joints, spiuins and bruises. 1 am
eonlldeiit that to the extent its safo, active
and powerful healing merits are tried.it
will be considered the indispensable family
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450 Testimonial Letter. Head im and do
your own thinking.
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trally located. Iiiuulro at
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jLr lteretania stroot, op
Fort .stieet ehiireli
It. I. LI U.IK,
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friend. Cheap enough to give to that some friend
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroet, Honolulu,
Oppo. Sprcekels' Bank.
At Theo. II. Davies ,V Co.
1I0USK OK l-'lVH
oonis. on .Mnunzme
street, witli tsatnroom, pat
ent V. C. ete. Commands
one of the Illicit views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) .1. M. VIVAS.
X ing Hoii-o on Knkui
street is to rent. It is Kui
nished and in nood condi
tion. Apply on the premises between 7
mill o'cloou f. m.
Beef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
gjer good for tiii-J sick or the well ga
We carry in stock the following Well-known Brands :
Liebiy's Extract of Meat,
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Parke Davis & Co.'s Beef Jelly,
Wyetli & Bros' Beef Juice,
Valentine's Meat Juice,
Johnston's Fluid Beef,
Mosquera Beef Meal,
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
IO Fort Street, - - - HtoiaolixLu., H. I.
NICK COTTAOH OX
lleretania street, near
I'iikoi street, containing
rauor. ! jiouroonis. miiii-
room, Diningrooni, I'antry ninl Kileliet),
Servant's room, Carriage l loii'-e, blame, cte.
Tramcais pass every 'A) minute. Apply at
ofliuu of this paper. -iM-if
FOR SALE or LEASE
JL l'rumlsos lately oceu-
tiieil uv -ilr. h. nulir,
be for sale or Ieao at rear
MOtiablu price or lental. Tho Urounds con
tain a variety of Fruit and Ornamental
Trees. Tho Commodious Dwelling is well
furnished with modern inipinvaiiiciits and
conveniences. Hoomy Ham and a '.i-ltuoni
Cottago for servants. Kor further particu
lars, apply to ' .ioiix i:xa,
Olllco Inter-Island Steam Navigation
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening a Large Stock of
New Goods !
New Goods !
Tho steamer Claudino loft Hnnm
kua nt 10 o'clock Fridn' night, mid
tho mosHago from Hilo was to tho
oiloct that nothing had boon hoard
or scon of tho missing boat contain
ing tho captain, wifo, child aud
twolvo sailors (formerly reported
livo) of tho American ship Win,
Campbell which foundered at sea.
Tho male's boat's crow which landed
at Runa wore all doing well, with tho
oxcoption of a boy who was not ex
pected to livo. On Thursday nt
noon tho steamer Kinau loft Hilo
for a two davH1 cruise in search of
lmrguof n Hoii'-chold and Children;
Uerman preferred. Address "A. ( .," Illii.
i.i:ri.s oilico. .r:n-:n
SKCOXD-lIAXl) niLUAKl) TA11LK
anil a Second-hand I'lano. Ullers
with prices. Address "S. 0.," lll'l.urriN
LATEST NOVELTIES !
K3T Just Received per S. S. " Australia." -"ft
PLANTATION IIOOKKKKl'tiU IS
wanted. AuiIy, by IrtttT only, to
r. u 1 ... i .'
niy, uv irui um.Vi
tho missing boat,
turn on Saturday.
expecting lo ro-
Tho Niihau Rumor.
If thoro is anything in tho rumor
Hint England has purchased, or is
trying to purchase, ono of tho Ha
waiian Islands, iho matter should bo
looked into by tho United States
Govornmont. Tho acquisition of
ono of those islands by England
would give that country a groat ad
vnntngo, and it would bo in conflict
with the settled policy of our gov
ernment, which insists upon tho en
tiro neutrality of tho Hnwniian
Kingdom as against tho claims of
any European power, Denier Republican,
rpHK UXDKHSiaXMI) niVJ'.S XOT10IC
J. that ho will not bo iosioiiiblo for
any debts contracted by thu I ity Shoeing
Shop without his written order.
A. II. 1 IO WAT, V. S.
Honolulu, Sunt. l!l. l. o'.'B-lw
rpllKSALMOKTHK O0ODS UKLOXd.
1 lug to ono Thomas OuoUcu, distiaiued
for rent by the iniderhigned, is hereby post
poned until SATUltDAY, October 1, lb!C.',
at VI o'clock noon.
AUGUST KHHKlltA (IOXSALVKS,
lly his atlornoy A. O. Correa.
Honolulu, Sopt. ai, lh!. KH-St
rpiIK UNJ)i:itSIOXr,l) IXTKXDING
JL to leave tho Kingdom on October. 'td,
rcipieslHthat all hills against him bo pro
Mmtrd for payment between now and Sop
tumliiT :ti)tn. Kull power of attornev will
bo given to my nephew, Young Ho, to
transact my business In my absence.
Honolulu, Sopt. 21, lb'J. 6H0-7t
"NOTICE to SKATERS7"
OWING lo tho limited iloor space at tho
Armory during Skating Nights
Mondays, i'riduyH mid Saturdays tho
management have decided to charge an
admittance fee to thu building of 25 cents;
Skates 10 cents oxtra. KM-lw
Persons doubled with chronic
diarrhoea should try Chamborlain's
Colic, Cholera nmf Diarrhoea Re
medy. Many cases have boon curod
by it after nil olse hud failed aud
skilled physicians wero powerless.
For sale by all doalors. lJouson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
White Mountain, Kern
i Automatic Ice Cream Freezers !
Jj Cylinder & Barrel Churns.
DR. J. WERNER GUNST
From Molbourno, Australia,
Can ho conuulU'd at tho Hawaiian Hotel
from U to l'i a. m. and from '.' to S )-. m.
3Sr-w Goods ! IsTe-w Goocis !
1'ONuKK DItAl'KltlKS-rOltTIKlIKS-IMXKAl'I'LK TISSUK-SATTKUNS
WHITK MtKSS GOODS IN C'HICOKS ANJ) STIUl'KS.
JAI'ANKSi: COUDKD CltKl'K.
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IN GIU:AT VAIUBTV AT LOW I'lIICKS.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Batlalne Suits in Cotton and Wool
KOU LAD1KS, GKNTH, AND OHILDltHN.
0-A.LX-i .AJSTD SEE3 OXJK. IDTETW GOODS.
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
The bent thing to send to your friends
abroad is King llros, 'Illustrated .S'oti
venir of Hawaii," which u gotten jor
the purpose, and it not an advertisement.
Picture Frames made to order from
Uitest Styles of Mouldings, Vteniwi
tion of Old llctures a specialty at King
Bros., Hotel street,
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