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,OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
MOM AND AFTKK OCTOHKR 1, 1802.
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-THE DAILY BULLBTlf
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28, 1892.
Stmr Kinau from Maui and .Hit wall
Cargoes from. Island Ports.
Stmr Kinuu 110 baijH potatoes, 81 bags
L'orn,llO hogs, (58 ndls glides, 110 pkga
sundries, t . " Jf ,
par stmr llikahala, Sopt 127
b1 A Kmulston. Mrs ltadwav.
S W Wilcox, F A Kmulson, Mrs
1) H Cummimis. Miss Hooser. I) Doaelai.
Mrs Q 11 Ewart, Jim HnrtelN and about 45
For Maui, per stmr (Jlnudlne, Sept 27 G
1 Wilder, ,M ons Vizz'avono, Mrs Tombs, N
Omstedt, J AV Jones, F M Hatch, Miss S
Coekottj.Ueo Cooper, C Uolte, M Louisson,
C U Olson, W W Hall, S Taylor, Mrs S O
Alexander, Hid Ex Hon PauINcuniann, J
W Kalua, Hon C W Ashford, Hon J lUcb
ardson and about 35 duck.
From Hawaii and Muui, por stmr Kinau,
Sept 2 Mrs J M Jones, , Hulburt, Dr
Grossman, Mrs J W Center, Miss Ii Center,
"W A Bowen, Mrs Kapahu, Miss May Alex
ander, Miss, Lotta Alexander, Miss N Hall,
Master lpo'Mo'isman, Itev Aiu, Mrs A 0
jl'IoWnor, "E Younc.'ltov 8 ICaauwai, Hon
W-Y Horner, A Fries, Mrs Zablan and 2
celldrun, and !MI deck,
Vessels in Port.
U S Cruiserl liostou, Wiltse," from Santa
Oruz' . ' . '
Am bk Albert, Winding, 'frnin San Fran
cisco. Am bktne S N Castlu, L II Hubbard, from
Am bktnePlanter, Dow, frtim San Fran
4-masted sclir Robi T;ewers, Goodman, from
The barkentine S. N. Castle will finish
Tho burkentine Wrestler arrived at Eu
reka, Cal., Sept. 14, from Honolulu.
The bark Albert has been move down to
tho Fort-street wharf to await sugar.
.The steamer Kinau arrived from Muui
and Hawaii this morning, und reports rough
weather along the Humakuu coast.
Arrived Sept. 21, steamer Kinau from
Honolulu; Sept. 27, steamer Kinuu from
Sailed Sept. 21, steamer Kinau for Hilo;
Sept. 24, American torn J. G. North, Carl
sen, for San Francisco with $&,M bags
sugar, weighing !KX),7(Jo lbs., value $21,030.
43. Shippers: J. T. Waterhouso, 0171 bags;
T, H. Davies & Co., IOCS bugs, and Akiua &
Aseu, 37 bags
3opt.'27, steamer Kinau for
WAIBEL In Honolulu, Sept. 27, the in
fant sou of K. S. Wuibel, aged 7 weeks.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Strasburg capitulated 22 years ago
Tho Intermediary Court will open
Annual mooting of tho Kohala
Sugar Co. on October 20.
The band will give a concert at
Thomas Spuaro this ovoning.
Diamond Head. 3 p.m. Weather
cloudy," wiud fresh northeast.
, '.Two. more meetings of inspectors
of 5th district, 1st proeinet, an
nounced. A. It. Itowat, veterinary surgeon,
intending to loavo tho kingdom, asks
his debtors to sottlo up.
-Tho mombors of Oahu Lodgo, No.
1, Knights of Pythias, hold a spocial
mooting this ovoning at their hall,
to confer tho Knight rank on an ap
plicant for tho same. Mombors of
tuo lodge are roquosteu to tako ciuo.
Tho proof of claims in tho bank
ruptcy caso'of Jv O. Long was hoard
iu tho Supreme Court by Chief Jus
tico Judil to-day. Five creditors
.prpvedjulaima amounting to $975.49
andW. O. Smith' was appointed as
signee under $100 bond.
"Glimpses of tho Hawaiian Isl
ands" is a beautiful littlo souvenir
got up for tho counter of tho Ha
waiian jnows uo. it consists of JO
heavy paper pages of iudoliblo
ol .Hawaii noi. A
to send abroad to
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A spiro is being put on tho now
Central Union Church.
lions. Paul Neumann, C. W. Ash
ford, and J. Richardson arc out of
Tho Kawaihau Club had a suc
cessful rehearsal last evening at tho
rosidonco of J. Ailau.
Mootings of inspectors of tho fifth
district, iirst precinct, will bo hold
this and to-morrow evenings.
This is (ho last day. for registra
tion in order to socuro qualification
to voto at tho Noblo election.
Somo rofroshing showers' foil last
night, but tho long-oxpeetod and
uiueh-needod torrents nro still
Doputj' Attornoy-Qonoral Chns.
Croighton and lion. A. P. Peterson
returned from Waikano, Koolnu,
Thoiuspectors of tho fourth dis
trict, first and second precincts, will
moot this evening at the China TCn
Tho inspoctdrs of tho first district,
first procinct, will meet this evening
from 7 to il o'clock at tho Long
Manuel Gonsalvos was' committed
to tho Insane Asj'lum on Saturday.
Gonsalvos had boon treated previous
to hifl insanity by kahunas. ,
'Tho filial inspection of tho deepen
ed cliaunol bottom wilL tako place
to-morrow somo timo. A flag Uios
triumphantly from tho drodgo to
day. In tho thMKU0 last ovoning at
Quoon'Emma'hall on Horner's Bank
ing -.Bill, tho chairman decided in
favor 6f paper monoy after a sharp
Frank Brown, a stranger, was ar
retted yostorday for carrying a
deadly weapon. In tho JPolico Court
this morning Brown ploadod guiltj
and was fined $10 and costs.
Thoro is a rumor that a yacht
race will also tako place on October
8th at Pearl City, tho day of tho
championship race between tho
Healanis and tho Myrtles.
A collision between a tramcar and
a brako was narrowly averted yester
day afternoon at Nuuanu ancf King
streets about 5 o'clock, 'by the good
judgment of the cardriver.
A Chinaman named Ah Chong
was sontouced to thirty daj's at hard
labor yostorday for vagrancy. Chong
has been hanging around tho Catho
lic Cathedral for somo timo past.
Tho How Do You Like It basoball
team and tho Hit Hor Again nine,
tho latter composod of tho famous
Kamohamoha team, will moot on tho
League grounds on Saturday noxt
at 3:30 o'clock.
The boys in blue of tho U. S.
cruiser Boston wore landed from
that vossol this morning for drill on
tho plains. Thoy wore Jieaueu by
tho fifo aud drum corps. Tho "big
drum poundor" is improving.
Tho election inspectors of tho
third district, second procinct, will
moot this ovoning at tho Kapuaiwa
Building from 7 to 9 o'clock. Tho
inspectors of tho first precinct will
moot also, at tho Boj-al School.
A Chinaman in trying to fix his
queue, whilo standing on tho aft
platform of a tramcar last night,
was thrown backward by tho shock
of curving tho switch, and thrown
out of tho ear, lauding on his head.
j. no ocouisn inistio uiuo neici a
jovial social Monday ovoning. A
number of members of the 'Sons of
St. NGeorgo dropped in'4)oforo tho
closo and added welcome contribu
tions, in song and dance, to tho
A portly lady slipped on an up
ourvo on Nuuanu street yostorday
aftornoon in front of Lovo's Bakery,
getting a shaking up and a shin scrap
ing. It is not tho first timo that a
woman has hurt herself at the same
placo,and tho stumbling block should
Andy Wilson was tried in tho
Polico Court this morning on a
charge of larceny of a piano, the
property or (Jhns. Purdy. Wilson
in evidence stated that tho piano
was sold to him and ho paid an in
stallment on it. Ho sold tho piano
later to a man named Trask. Wil
son wns discharged.
Tickets for tho ontortaiumont in
tho Opera' House Saturday ovoning
aro now available at Mr. Lovoy's. A
glauco at tho roll of talent and tho
list of features will convince aii3'ouo
that a rare treat is in store for all
who go. It is a long timo since any
thing so varied, with each variety a
strong draw, has boon presented.
Tho continuance of tho suit of tho
heirs of Aeno vs. C. K. Knpule, C.
Afong, mortgagee, a bill in equity for
tho cancellation of an allegod fraudu
lent deed, is boing hoard this after
noon in tho Supreme Court by Chief
Justice Judd. W. It. Castlo for
plaintiff; J. A. Magoou and W, C.
Achi for defendants. Tho case was
fully outlined in this papor a few
Tho ontorlainmont to-morrow
(Thursday) evening by tho St. An
drew's Church Association in tho
schoolroom, will consist of vocal
solos, a recitation and two trios for
violin, piano and organ, and violin,
'collo and piano. Aftor tho program
refreshments will bo served. Thoro
is no ehargo for admission, and tho
pleasure of your company is desired.
It begins at half-past seven o'clock.
Mr. Piorro Jones showed iu tho
Bulletin otllco to-day a copy of tho
Now Hampshire Gazette and Gen
eral Advortisor of Januiry 7, 1785.
Its contents nro of a quaint nature
and it has tho ancient long h's that
look liko f's. Another curiosity
shown by Mr. Jones is a reprint in
fao simile of tho Boston News Lot
tor's first number, being tho first
nowspapor over printed in America.
It is "for tho week from April 17 to
April 24, 1701."
J P. A
The American Ship W. A, Camp
bell Lost Off the Coast
Male Sullivan and Ten Men SavedThe
Captain's Boat Not Heard Of.
. (Coirosponduncp of the Htti.i.r.TiN.
Of ocean catastrophes wo, on theso
islands, have known many, aud thoro
is now ono more to add to tho long
Tho V. A. Campbell, built in
Maine in 18G(5, loft Pugot Sound
August 5th. She had on board 1,
200,000 feet of lumber and was
bound for Cork, Ireland. Tho cap
tain had his wife and child with
him, tho latter only six mouths old.
Everything wont well till tho, morn
ing of tho 2Gth of August. -At mid
night t ho mato had turned in and
everything was clear, tho glass 'show
ed no indications of a coining storm.
At 3:80 a. m. a cyclone whirled up,
took tho vassol aback, toro tho sails
to shreds, snapped chains, and broko
tho iron bolts from tho solid wood.
Everything on dock was swopt away
and oven a portion of tho dock itself
was carried off. Tho masts wont ly
tho board. At 7 tho fury of tho
storm was over and the vossol lay
liko a log upon tho ocean. For two
days tho captain stuck to hor, but on
tho 2Sth of August it was decided lo
abandon hor. By this timo tho lum
ber had swollod so that tho dock was
liko an arch, whilo tho water tanks
below had boon burst by tho pres
sure. Those on deck, of courso, had
boon washed overboard in tho storm.
Thoro wore but two boats. Tho
whaloboat carried tho captain, his
wifo, his baby and a portion of tho
crow. Fourteen souls iu all. She
was well provisioned but had only
12 gallons of water on hoard, though
sho had wine, boor, and mineral
water. Of hor thoro is no trace.
Sho has cither been picked up ly a
passing vessel or has added one
moro to tho list of tho unburied
dead which tho ocean will render up
on tho last great day.
Tho mate's boat parteil from tho
captain's August 2i)th. Sho was a
bettor sailor and, boing crowded, it
was considered bettor to push on.
Sho was only 18 feet long by 5 feet
broad, and in this 11 human beings
existed till Soptembor 20th, when
thoy wore picked up by tho native
fishermen off tho coast of Puna.
Tho boat voyage was devoid of in
cident, it was merely a timo of great
suffering, as tho wator gavo out.
Think of it! Eight gallons of wator
among 11 men for 23 dnys. Five
days before thojr reached tho islands
everything was gono, and for those
fivo 'daj's tho poor follows woro re
duced to such straits as vory few in
tho world over have beon. Tho pas
sago was fair too fair, not a drop of
On t ho morning of Sopt ombor 20th,
a fishing canoe off Kahuwai, Puna,
saw 'a boat drifting out at sea aud
paddled up. Tho men worr?dono.
Kind, as is tho nature of tho Hawaii
an, tho boat was lowed near tho surf
and then, ono by one, tho exhausted
men were transferred ashore in the
canoe. Even a cat was saved. Poor
puss had beon taken off tho wreck
and had received its regular rations
liko tho men. It is now at Captain
Eldort's, aud will bo an historic cal.
Once ashore, tho mon woro taken
to Captain Eldort's house and thoro
most carefully attonded to. This is
tho second timo within a year that
the Captain has given shelter and
caro to shipwrecked crows. It is
about timo that ho received some
public acknowledgment both from
this Government and that of tho
When tho Kinau arrived at Hilo,
she went off in search of I ho cap
tain's boat, but aftor a cruise of 3(i
hours sho returned with no news.
For this oxponso somo of tho citizens
of Hilo are responsible, should the
Government not reimburse them.
Tho mon woro brought up to Hilo
in Captain Eldort's boat and aro
now lodged under tho caro of I ho U.
S. Commercial Agont, Chas. Fur-
noaux, iwn. Tiioy aro all sintering
from scurvy t
ind nro luetng treated
hv Dr. Williams. Thouurh iorriblv
omaciatod thoy will all pull through
with care and attention.
Tho following is a list of the
names of those saved:
A. B. W. SuHvau, Worthing, Eng
Herman Johnson, Sweden, A. B.
.Joe Borough, Cumin, A. B.
Frank Mills, Aberdeen, Scotland,
John .Johnson, Norway, A. B.
John Brown, Mauritius, A. B.
Solomon Abraham, Seattle, U. S.,
Antono Avalis, Chili, A. B.
James Newton, Dublin, Ireland,
Postona Groceiris, Manila, A. B.
Mahkoo, China, cook.
Tho mato has been in Honolulu
on board the L'ousuelo and his
brother twas, hero as Paymaster on
board II. B. M. S. Garnet.
Herman Johnson has often boon
to tho Islands and has worked on
Hhoro for several partios. Ho was
six years iu tho American Navy.
Joe Borough, tho Guam man, has
worked on tho Volcano road.
Tho vossol was wrockod iu lat. 11
N. Ion. 122 W., about 5(X) miles from
(ho coast of Mexico. Tho mato and
boat's crow will bo in Honolulu by
tho next trip of tho Kinau.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 01 Hotel
street, lodging jy uay, wook or
50c. a night; $1
I and $1.25 i wook.
Wednesday, Sopt. 28, 1892.
Tho Assembly met at 10 o'clock
for prayor. Tho minutes of last
mooting woro road and approved.
llop. Kaunatnano, under suspen
sion of tho rules; gave notico of a
bill to amend tho Bead Board Law,
passod at this Session.
Bop. Whilo gavo notice of a bill
to eneourago the manufacture of
jams, jollies, olc, from native fruits.
Tho special Order of tho Daj' was
tho consideration of tho amendment s
lo 'Article 55 of tho Constitution,
but on motion consideration thereof
was postponod for ono week.
Tho regular Order of tho Day now
being moved, tho Appropriation Bill
camo up for consideration and tho
itom, "Burglar Proof Vault Treas
ury, $3810,'' was brought forward.
Bop. Smith favored tho itom pass
ing at $3591, tho principal claimed,
without the addition of tho interest
itom, viz., $215.tVl. Parlies dealing
with the Government do it. at thoir
own peril iu ono souse. Thoy have
to find out if tho officer that thoy
aro dealing with is acting within -tho
scope of tho power of his office. Tho
fact rouiains that Mr. C. O. Bergor
was tho local representative of that
company. Ho know tho law and that
tho contract should not havo beon
awarded only by tender. Tho com
pany had logally no right to collect
oven tho principal, and thoy would
do well if thoy recoived that without
Noblo Baldwin said tho itom had
boon under consideration by tho Fi
nance Committee and thoy had re
ported on il as an illegal contract. It
had not beon put up for tender, there
fore there was no opportunity givon
to others in tho same lino of busi
ness. Ho thought tho former Min
istry woro responsible personally
ancf not tho Government. Tho
Houso could vote this item out on
tho score of illegality. Thoy should
draw a lino between just claims and
illegal claims, for that roason ho
would vote against tho item of inte
rest. Minister Parker was agreed that
tho transaction strictly speaking was
illegal, but if anything was paid ho
favored tho interest boing added.
At tho timo of tho contract several
burglaries woro being committed in
tho cit3',ovon the Government House
having boon entered.
Noblo Thurston was of opinion
that if tho company sued tho Gov
ernment thoy would not obtain tho
principal let alone tho intorost. Thoy
woro supposed to know tho law and
in any case ignorance of it did not
Aftor considerable moro argument
on tho matter almost entirely caused
by tho itom of interest, tho item was
passed at $3591.
Noblo Marsdon moved that an
itom bo inserted under tho Dopart
jnont of tho Interior as follows:
To eneourago"! ho transmission of
messages between tho difforont isl
ands by moans of carrier pigeons,
Tho item had no opposition aud
was inserted as desired.
At 12 o'clock tho Assembly look
recess until 1:30 p. m.
Boot Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Aftor shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith t Co.,
Hawaiian Fans and Curios in
great variety at tho "Elite Ice Cream
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
If you want any Fine Cakes and
Pastries tho best place in town is tho
"Elite Ice Cream Parlors."
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
near tho Y. M. C. A.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
kea street opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollico hours, 9 to 12,2 to 1,
nnd evenings 0 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 197 ; Mutual 082.
A Oood Thing to Keep at Hand.
From the Troy (Kanms) Chief.
Some years ago wo woro vory much
subject to severe spoils of cholera
inorhus; and now wnon wo leol any
of tho symptoms Hint usually pro
ceed that ailment, such as sickness
at tho stomach, diarrhoea, etc., wo
become scary. Wo havo found Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rlnca Remedy the very thing to
straighten one out iu such cases, and
always keep it about. Wo are not
writing this for a pay testimonial,
but to lot our readers know what is
a good thing to keep handy iu tho
houso. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for (lie
Roval Hawaiian Militar.
Band, Prof. II. Bergor, loader,
concert t his
Emma Square, commencing at 7:!i0
o'clock. Following is tho p
Mntvli Dellllr.. lUmlmrilt
Overture Tio Hunt Svluiulilcr
Cornut l'olku Lovo'a rioraiatle. . Huckur
BeliTtion Ftiust. Gounod
Mlkiul. 1'uuoliulii. lliki noinu A'u.
Selection -Artollu Donizetti
Fantusia llriilal Tour Hturko
Qunriutto-oli, Yo Vulloys und Ye
WalU Doutrlns Struuaa
Provontlvo Measures Against Oho
lora Recommondod by tho Now
York Board of Hoalth.
Tho Now York Health Board has
mado public tho following circular:
riiEVENTioN or cuoLr.nA n.sit:n than
CUKE HOW OAL'OHT.
Healthy persons "catch" cholera
by taking into thoir system through
tho mouth, as in their food or drink,
or from their hands, knives, forks,
plates, tumblers, clothing, ko., tho
germs of tho disease, which aro al
ways present in tho discharges from
tho stomach and bowels of those
sick with cholera.
Thorough cooking, destroys the
cholera gems, thoroforo:
Don't oat raw, uncooked articles
of any kind, not oven milk.
Don't eat or drink to excess. Uso
plain, wholesome, digestible food, as
indigestion and diarrhna favor an
attack of cholera.
Don't drink unboiled wator.
Don't eat or drink articles unless
they havo been thoroughly and re
cently cooked or boiled, and tho
moro recent nnd holtor thoy are. the
Don't employ utensils iu eating or
drinking unless thoy havo been re
cently put in boiling water; llio
moro recent, tho safer.
Don't eat or handle food or drink
with "unwashed hands, or receive it
from thouuwnshcd hands of others.
Don't use tho hands for any pur
pose when soiled with cholera dis
charges; thoroughly cleanse them
Personal cleanliness and cleanli
ness of living and sleeping rooms
and their contents ami thorough
ventilation should bo rigidly en
forced. Foul wator closets, sinks,
Croton faucets, cellars, etc., should
bo avoided, and when present should
bo referred to tho Health Board at
once and remedied.
FIIEOAUTIONAIIY MEASUHIS OF TltKATMUNT.
Tho successful treatment and the
prevention of tho spread of this dis
ease demand that its earliest mani
festations bo promptly recognized
and treated, thoroforo:
Don't doctor yourself for bowel
complaint, but go to bed and send
for tho nearest physician at once.
Send for your family physician; send
lo a dispensary or hospital; send lo
tho Health Department; mmuI lo the
nearest polico station for medical
Don't wait, but send al once.
If taken ill in the street seek tho
nearest drug store, dispensary, hos
pital or police station, and demand
prompt medical attention.
Don't permit vomit or diarrheal
discharges to come in contact with
food, drink or clothing. These dis
charge's should bo received in proper
vessels and kept covered until re
moved under competent directions.
Pour boiling water on them, put a
strong solution of carbolic acid in
them (.not less than one part of acid
to twenty of hot soapsuds or wator).
Don't- wear, handle or uso any
articles of clothing or furniture that
aro soiled with cholera discharges.
Pour boiling wator on them or put
them into it, and scrub them with
tho carbolic acid solution mentioned
above, and promptly request tho
Health Board to remove thorn.
Don't be frightened, but do bo
cautious, and avoid oxcc.sxcs and un
necessary exposures of every kind.
By order of tho Board of Heath.
Cuahles G. Wilson,
Emmons Clark, Secretary.
Somotlung Now in Ranges.
Tho Paciiic IlAiimvAiir. Co., (L'd.),
havo just received an invoice of the
M. it D. W bought Steel Ii amies
which are superior t
tho kind yet invent c
to anything of
ed. Thov havo
beon adopted by tho United Stales
Navy and aro in uso on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
other new vessels. Also on several
of tho now vessels lately built for
tho trade between San Francisco
and this pod.
An examination of these Ranges
will at onco show thoir many advan
tages over all competitors.
A little b(3T of Mrs. McDonald's,
living near here, fell against a red
hot stove and was fearf ulh burned.
Tho pain was terrible, and it was
thought tho burn wns so severe as to
scar tho child for life. I sold tho
lndy a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, which, aftor greasing the sore,
sho applied. It soon removed all
tho fire aud eased the pain, and iu
ton da3's tho bo3 was well, no trace
of tho scar remaining. .1. D. Mc
Laren, Ko3sport, Clinton count', 111.
For sale l3' all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
I had been troubled five months
with Dyspepsia. The doctors told
me it was chronic, I had a fullness
ifter eating nnd a heavy load in the
pit of my stomach. I suffered fre
quently from a Water Brash of clear
matter. Sometimes a deathly Sick
ness nt the Stomach would overtake
me. Then again I would have the
terrible pains of Wind Colic. At
such times I would try to belch and
could not. I was working then for
Thomas McHenry, Druggist, Cor.
Irwin and Western Ave., Allegheny
City, Pa., in whose employ I had
been for seven years. Finally I used
August Flower, and after using just
one bottle for two weeks, was en
tirely relieved of all the trouble. I
can now eat things I dared not touch
before. I would like to refer you to
Mr. McIIeury. for whom I worked,
who knows nil about my condition,
aud from whom I bought the medi
cine. I live with my wife and family
at 39 James St., Allegheny City.Pa.
Signed, John D. Cox. O
G. G, GREEN Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A
BZSr Aqath Wakh Unit
specialties. You know what it
the enamel worn off.
Sjjl These nightly rains are helping matters consider
ably the reservoirs have filled up a bit and you can get u
bath often if you are lucky. Likewise you ninj' irrigate
your lawn, but not without it Host:. You know where to
saw Blades of the
Purest Steel and Handles of
peeially selected for this trade
one of them
friend. Cheap enough lo give
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE. CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu,
Beef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
gW GOOD FOR THE SICK OH THE WELL J
"We carry in stock the
Liebig's Extract of Meat,
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Parke Davis & Co.'s Beef Jelly,
Wyefh & Bros' Beef Juice,
Valentine's Meat Juice,
Johnston's Fluid Beef,
Mosquera Beef Meal,
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - ECoiioIvlLtji, H. I.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening a Large Stock of
New Goods 1
LATEST NOVELTIES !
t& Just Received per
3STe-w Goods ! 3STe-w O-oocis !
VOKUUK DU.Vl'nitlKH I'OKTlKltKS- I'lNKAl'l'bi: TIKSUK-SATTKi:SS
-WHITK JlHKBS !001S IN OIIIH'Krj AND BTKU'KS.
JAl'ANKHr. COllDKD CltKI'K.
Ladies', Childreus' aud Infants' Wear
IN Oltr.AT VAKIKTY AT LOW 1MII0KP.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Batlxing Suits ixi Cotton, aiad Wool
t , I'Oll 1,A1)I1.H, UKNTH, AMI I'JUI.llKlj.N.
'CALL .AJSTD SEE OTJTR. 3STEW GOODS.
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
JB. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Foyt St.
The best thing to send to your friend
ubroitd ix King Itron. "Jlluitruted 1V011
rrnir of Hatenii," which it gotten up for
the purpose, und is not an advertisement.
won't blistci' is ono of our
is to have a Saucepan with
No every day affairs; every
to loan your most particular
to that some friend.
Oppo. Sprockols' Bank.
following Well-known Brands;
New Goods !
S. S. " Australia." "i
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
Picture iVioiic Mimfe Ulx'order from
Latest Styles of Mouldings. llenova
Hon of Old Picture a upeoialty at King
lira,, Hotel treety