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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KltOM AND AKTKIl OCTOHKIl 1, 1892.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
"WEDNESDAY, OCT. 5, 1892.
Vr.iiNi:miAY, Oct. 5.
S Australin, Houdlotte, from San Fran
cisco, Oct. 5
.' Wednesday, Oct. 4.
Stmr Pelo for Waiinca and Makawell
Sulir Ka Jfoi for Koholulcle and Houokaa
Vessels Loaving To-morrow.
Schr Kulamanu for Waipio and Poholki
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr W G Hall TilBG bugs augur, 238 bags
cofl'ee, 12!) bags awa, H bdls hides, 30
head cattle and 125 plcgs sundries.
For Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Oct 4
Mr Friis, Mr Stuhlinnn, 8 Chinese and 40
-Vnr Afnni nor itinr Claudine. Oct 4
Misses Parker (), Mrs J H Wodelion.se, j
jirs i-iurce, iur uoMiswortny, v a Taylor,
J Edwards and wife, J Campbell, J J
Drummond, Thco Wolll'nnd 45 deck.
From Hawaii and Maui per stmr W Q
Hull, Oct 4 Hons H P liuldwin, II D Wal
bridge, C W Ashford and W Y Horner; H
Center, B lloso and wife, Mrs W P Fen
nell and child, J A MeCamlloss, ,T D Paris,
Mrs MO Martin, Miss A Smithies, Miss
Mary Martin, J Cunningham, D Y Kiko,
C F Peterson, Master J) E Itoblns, Dr H A
Lindlcy, P McKay, 0 I, Heartt, C Forster
and wifo. Father Victor, Edward Simeona,
Samuel Iioi-o and 50 deck.
From San Francisco per S S Australia,
Oct 4 W H liuiluy. Miss Ilurgess, Miss A
Ciiristio, Miss Annie Cahill. Mrs II Cart
wright, Miss Ida Campbell, Miss Evans,
Miss Ferreira, A K Fredericks, P H Gra
ham, Miss L Greig, Mrs D MoLcary, Al
bert J Magoon, wifo and infant, A It 1'a'r
ker and wife, S ltoth, Fuller Itcynolds,
Kt llov Quintan Kopert, J Itenton and
wife, J I) Sfovoiu-on, Hov Father Valentine,
C F Wall and wife, A H Wise, H Walker,
Mrs A Young, Mrs Young.
The S S Austrulia is anchored outside
the harbor, and will havo to .stay there for
DOW8ET1-HOI,MES-At St. Andrew's
Cathedral, October 1, by tho Hov. Alex.
Mackintosh, Alexander Cartwriglit
Dowsett to Martini Kahollani Holmes.
Celebration on the Dredge.
Thoro was a general rejoicing on
tho hydraulic drodgo today. Super
intendent L. G. Young and his ns
sjstauts aro celebrating tho comple
tion of tho cutting away of tho har
bor tbar right ro3'all3r. A supply
of rofroshmonts both liquid and
solid wore served during tho day and
somo.including Mr. Young aro anti
cipating a return to thoir homos and
families in San Francisco. A Bul
letin reporter was invited on board
tho drodgo this aftomoon to partici
pate in tho celebration, and shown
over tho monster machine. Tho
dredge is in good condition, in fact
hotter than whon it started work.
Tho superintendent will loavo on
tho Australia on Wednesday next.
Tho mon on tho drodgo aro loud in
thoir praisos of tho Bulletin and tho
way this papor has acted towards
them and thoir work.
Something New in Hangos.
Tho Pacific Hakdwaiie Co., (L'd.),
havo just received an invoice of tho
M. & D. WitouaiiT Steel Ranges
which aro superior to anything of
tho kind yot invented. Thoy havo
boon adopted by tho United States
Navy and aro in uso on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Bbston and
othor now vossols. Also on sovoral
of the- now vossols lutePy built for
tho trade between San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of those Ranges
will at onco show thoir many advan
tages over all eoiijpotitors.
Charles Mitchell has challenged
James Corbott to fight for tho cham
pionship of tho world, for $10,000 n
sido and a jnirso of $15,000 olmrod
by tho National Sporting Club, tho
battle to take place in England.
Corbott has declined to accept tho
offer, substituting a desiro to havo
the light in America, oithor in tho
California Athlotio or tho Now
LOOAL AND GENEBAL NEWS.
Difforont firo companies will moot
Diamond Head, 3, p. in. Wonllior
clear, wind frosh northeast,
Tho band will givo a concort at
Quoon Emma hall tills ovoning.
Ono inobrialo was arrested yostor
daj. Ho forfeited $0 bail this morn
ing. Tho postponed reception of tho
U.S. Cruiser Boston will take place
Tho S. S. China loTtliiorlly after
G o'clock last evening for Yokohama
Messrs. II. Ean7l V. E. Ware,
prominent lawyors of Boston, wore
through passengers on tho S. S.
Thoro wore very fow, if anyointox
icated persons around town yestor
day. thanks to tho Marshal's closing
of tiio saloons.
A lartro luau was irivon
at tho rosidonco of Mr. Geo
tyro on tho plains. It was in honor
of tho birthday of a little son.
Tho "Monarch of tho Dailies" has
an announcement of groat interest
to all who may desiro to buy any
articles whatever on tho Coast.
Excavations aro being made for
tho foundations of tho mammoth
warehouse of W. G. Irwin & Co., to
oxtond from Merchant to Quoon
A Chinaman was found guiltj of
stealing chickous in tho Police Court
this morning and sontonced to im
prisonment at hard labor for ten
Tho Government and consular
flags aro flying at half-mast to-day
out of respect to tho lato D. A. Mc
Kinlojr, Hawaiian Consul at San
Mr. W. M. Giffard wishes to eon
tradiettho impression made by tho
Advertiser, that ho is a candidate for
tho Hawaiian Consulship in San
Thoro was gonoral rejoicing around
town last ovoning among tho work
ing class. Tho pro-Chinese men
looked down in tho mouth. Wonder
why 'twas so.
Julos Desfontainos, tho French
travolor who lately paid us a visit,
loft San Francisco on September 2G,
for Now York via Panama, intending
to ultimately visit Boston.
Tho Friond for October hits tho
lottery. It contains an obituary
sketch of tho lato Row James Bick
noll, and many items of especial in
terest to tho paper's cliontolo.
Dr. John S. Bishop, son of Rov.
S. E. Bishop, is visiting his parents
aftor an absence of nine years, part
of tho time in Germany. Dr. Bishop
will take up practice at Portland,
Applications to bo examined for
license to practice havo boon filed
in tho Supromo Court Clerk's oflico,
by G. Carson Kenyon for all tho
courts and Dr. C. T. Bodgors for tho
Aftor tho election returns wore
mado known last ovoning an old
Irishman was seon going along King
street singing. "Mr. Grady is a good
old lady, and ho keeps a storo down
on Quoon stroct."
Dr. C. F. Stokes, U. S. N., who was
reported in yosterday's papor as a
through passenger with his wifo on
the S. S. China, has been ongagod
for shore duty in Yokohama for tho
next threo 3'oars.
Tho steamer W. G. Hall did not
seo anything of tho missing boat of
tho W. A. Campbell on hor last t rip.
The stoanior peoplo aro of tho
opinion that tho captain and crow
havo boon picked up.
Jimmy Lynch, tho "undefeated,"
was beaten m tho lifth round by
Johnny Griffin at tho Coney Island
Athlotic club on Soptembor 20th,
thereby surrendering tho 122-pound
championship to tho Braintreo lad.
Government and consular flags aro
at halfmast to-day out of respect to
tho memory of tho lato David A.
McKinlo3', Hor Majest3''s Consul
Goneral at San Francisco, and for
merly United States Consul ,at Ho
Tho S. S. China's trip of 5 dnj's and
14 hours, is tho fastest on record.
Tho fastest provious record was that
of tho Mariposa, 5 days and 20 hours,
mado in 188!1. Tho China loft San
Francisco tho samo day as the Aus
tralia and passed hor outside tho
A native named Kaloa, under tho
influence of tanglefoot, assaulted a
Chinoso woman yostorday and was
arrested. This morning l'olico
Justice Foster gave him sixt3' days'
repentance on tho reef, under tho
care of Parson Tripp,
Alapai street, above tho corner of
Kinau street, has boon badly cut up
by heavy cartloads of black sand
from tho quarries above. Residents
in that quarter, and members of tho
Portuguese Benevolent Sociot3', aro
beginning to growl ominously at
tho destruction of thoir thorough
faro. Handicraft for So)tombor is out.
Sam Mahuka, captain of tho Ka
mohamoha baseball club, an item
sa's, hns-uhoson ?50 in
of a tickot to tho Volcano, as the
prize duo him by tho Advortisor for
tho most popular player of the
League, and will uso the 11101103' to
pay his wa3' at school tho coming
Last night as tho mail was being
convoyed from tho Quarantine
grounds to the Post Ollico an odor
as of burning rags was porcojitiblo,
which sonio of tho party attributed
to fumigation, On closer investiga
tion it was found to uomo from the
clothing of a young man whoso coat
had caught firo. Prompt assistance
saved him from what might havo been
101 st DAY.
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 1802.
Tho Assembly convened at 10
o'clock this morning pursuant to
adjournment from tho 20th nil.
Prayer by Chaplain Waiamau. Tho
minutes of tho last mooting wore
read by Clerk McCarthy and Inter
preter Wilcox and approved.
Tho following petitions wore pre
sented and referred:
By Bop. Tosopa, from residents of
Wniluku, Maui, against tho Lottery
Tabled for bill. 2. From rosi-
ivipauulu, la) that no
females be appointed to tho position
of district school teachers; (b) that
peoplo in the sovoral school districts
elect tho truant olllcors; (c) that no
teacher bo appointed to a principal
ship unless he or she can sing. To
Coiiimitteo on Miscellaneous Peti
tions. H. From residents of Kaupo,
Maui, that abuttors on Government
Lands bo required to fence in thoir
proportj or else bo debarred from
taking up ostra3-s. To Committee
on Public Lands.
B3- Rep. Waipuilani, from resi
dents of Kona, Hawaii, two petitions
against tho Lottery Bill. Tallied
for bill. Also, from two residents of
Kona. asking for recompense from
tho Government for making a road
through thoir lands. To tho select
committee having charge of like
claims. Also, from residents of Kona,
that an English school bo establish
ed in that district. To Committee
By Rep. Kaunainano from resi
dents of tho district of Hamnkua
two petitions against tho lotton'
bill. Tabled for bill.
Thoro being neither reports nor
resolutions the Order of tho Da3
was moved and carried, and at 10:20
o'clock tho Appropriation Bill was
brought up and tho following items
Repairs and furniture, Govern
ment buildings, 14,000.
On motion of Noble Marsdon, tho
word "and additions" woro placed
after "furniture," and tho item, as
unloaded, was passed.
Tho Clerk road a report from tho
special committee having considera
tion of items relative to assistance
of various private schools. Tho re
port recommended that tho follow
ing items should bo inserted:
Aid Hilo Boarding School, SltSOO.
Aid lolaui Collego, Honolulu,
Aid Kawaiahao Somhiary, 1500.
Tho committee further recom
mend that tho item, "Permanent im
provements boarding schools, $3000,"
bo struck out. Tho report was sign
ed b3r Reps. Kamauoha, Smith and
Noblo Marsdon moved that tho
report bo tabled;, tho Government
had now no moiioy to uivo awav.
The rendering of Stato aid to deno
minational schools ho did not ap
provo of and especially at this timo
whon it could not bo afforded.
Noblo Baldwin was in favor of ap
propriating something to aid tho
schools montioued, but thought that
tho3- should each receive u liko
amount. Tho great dilliculty with
tho said schools at present was tho
lack of support given 1)3' Hawaiians
on account of tho existing hard
times. He noticed the amount ask
ed for tho Kauai Industrial School
was larger than for tho others.
This branch of education especially
applying as it did to giving j'oung
girls a knowledge not alono of liter
ature but also of tho duties of
housekeeping, was well deserving
Minister Macfarlano said that tho
matter was 0110 of finances simply.
This report propo&od to coolly add
$(5f00 more to tho Appropriation
Bill and l3' members who neither
could nor would devise wnj's to meet
tho alrwuh largo demands to bo
mot by tho Govorninont. Ho was
in favor of keeping up tho privato
schools and of giving thorn aid but
in tho present hard times tho cause
of education must suffer. This
amount would bo bettor spent on
public works 13' which bread and
butter would bo put in tho mouths
of many who are now in want. To
pass this amount for private schools
now is a shameful, reckless and
wasteful uso of public funds. Wli3r
not place tho items in Section 2 and
then if tho Ministry havo money
thoy will gladly devote it to this
purpose. Tho receipts for tho last
six months had fallen off from 25 to
!K) per cent below the estimate and
tho returns for tho next 18 months
would fall off probably as much.
This proposed expenditure was not
now necessary and ho was opposed
Rep. Ashford affordod tho Minis
tor his cordial support and sympatic
in tho endeavor to keep tho figures
of tho Appropriation Bill within tho
receipts, but ho did not agree with
tho idea of placing so important an
item in Section 2. Ho did not bo
liovo in giving aid to denominational
schools, but it was part of tho sys
tem, ami Doing such ho favored tho
Rep. Waipuilani considered that
the amount would bo better spout
if placed in education than in im
proving roads. Ho moved that tho
items be considered separately.
Aid Hilo Boarding School, $1,500.
Noblo Marsdon moved $700. Bop.
Koahou moved as in tho report.
Passed at $1,000.
Aid Kohala .Seminary. $1,500,
Noblo Marsdon moved $1,000; Rop.
Smith favored $1,500, Passed at
Aid to lolaui Collego, $1,500,
Noblo Marsdon moved $1,000; Hop.
Nawuhi favored $1,500. Passed at
Makawao Soiniunry, $1,500, Passed
Kauai Industrial School, $2,000.
Noblo Marsdon desired to know
why this amount was larger thau
0113 of tho others. He was in tho
Rop. Smith would shed soino light
on tho subject. It was the only
Boarding School on the Islnnd of
Kauai. It had cost already between
$25,000 and $.'10,000, all of which had
boon subscribed by privato people.
Tho school was now $3,000 in debt.
Minister Macfarlano - Who do
they owo tho moiioy to?
Hop. Smith Thoy owo tho money
for building and for various materi
als. Minister Macfarlano Yes, 3-08, but
Hep. Smith Thoy owo it to pri
vato parties horo in Honolulu. To
Castlo & Cooko.
Noblo Marsdon desired to know
how many scholars attended tho
Hop. Smith thought tho number
Noblo Marsdon could not approve
of tho item; thoro had been no good
reason advanced why the amount
should bo larger than" the others.
Tho item passed at JSiotX).
Kawaiahao Semiuarj, $1500. Pass
ed. In accord with the recoinnienda
tion of tho commit t (H Iho item,
"Perinanout improvement to board
ing schools, $3000," was struck out.
Rop. Waipuilani offered a now item
to read, St. Louis Collego and
Aftor considerable argument the
item was lost.
Rop. Waipuilani moved tho inser
tion of a now item, Aid to Kona
(Hov. Davis') Boarding School, $500.
Tho Clerk read a report in
scholarships, etc., and pending
tion tho Assembly at 11:55 took
cess until 1:30 p. 111.
WEDDING AT ST. ANDREW'S.
A. 0. Dowsott and Miss Martha K.
Holmes United in tho Bonds of
Yesterday ovoning at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, tho Hov. Alexander Mack
intosh performed a marriage cere
mony which made Mr. Alox. Cart
wright Dowsott and Miss Martha
Kahoilani Holmes man and wife.
Tho wedding was privato, onty im
mediate relatives and friends being
present, with tho exception of tho
older pupils of St. Andrew's Prior3
whore tho bride was educated. Mr.
Eddio Dowsott, brother of tho brido
groom, was best man. Hon. Godfro3'
Brown gave tho brido awa3. Tho
bridal party were ushered in and out
of tho Cathedral with appropriate
music b3 Organist Wra3 T.-ylor.
Tho brido looked very prott3F in a
costume of white silk with train,
decorated with the usual voil. Tho
bridegroom is a son of tho Hon. J.
I. Dowsett and manages tho ranch
at Puuloa whore tho newly married
couplo will reside. Alika Dowsott, as
tlu) bridegroom is more familiarly
known, is a vor3' popular young man,
and his many friends will wish him
success on tho sea of bliss. Aloha!
Tho Hydraulic Drodgo.
Tho drodgo was brought, into har
bor and moored near tho P. M. S. S.
wharf shortl' before noon 3'ostor
da3', having completed cutting away
tho bar. Tho pipes are being laid
from tho dumping ground to the
P. M. S. S. wharf, where tho dredge
will begin operations within a fow
days, to deopen tho water sullicient
h; to allow vessels of deep draught
to dock there.
Mr. II. W. Mcintosh, Superinten
dent of Public Works, assisted by
Lieut. Mooro of tho U. S. S. Boston,
in tho tug Elou made another in
spection of tho deepened channel
bottom this morning, to ascertain
if tho hummocks found on a pro
vious examination had been removed.
TI103' found everything clear to
depths ol 30 foot and more, nu a 1
low tide. Another and it is believed
tho final examination will ho made
to-morrow, with measurements be
tween tho buo3,s to ensure thoir
boiiiir in tho ritrht places.
Some people wonder how the
groat chunks of iron, cannon shells,
llatirons, etc., could bo forced
through tho frail pipos. Well they
may wonder, but tho fact is those
things did not go through tho pipes.
Thoro woro caught in what, is called
tho "stone box" of tho dredge, a re
ceptacle for such heavy pieces of
debris, placed near tho suction pipe
A Good Gamo.
Tho How Do You Liko 11 and tho
Kamohanioha nines 3'osterda3r played
one of tho finest games of baseball
over phyod in this city. Tho game
was nip and tuck throughout and
011I3' in one inning was more than
one run mado and thou it was but
two. Tho How Do You Liko It did
creditable work against tho cham
pions, connecting with Mohoula's
curves with periodic . promptness.
Mohoula of tho Kamohamohas was
hit hard, but their Holding was of a
J. Lemon, tho opposing leather
twirlor, pitched well. Up to the
ninth inning neither team acknow
ledged its master. But in tho tenth
inning the town boys dropped a run
and the deciding ono to tho collegi
ans, score 4 to 3. Tho umpires wore
W. Edmonds and J. Harbotllo. An
other game is promised for next
Saturday, and if it materialize it will
bo a good ono.
Before Chief Justice Judd, at
term this forenoon, Naaieono alias
Aioono Was tried for maintaining a
lottery scheme, on appeal from the
Honolulu l'olico Court, Tho evi
dence was dead open and shut, and
virtually no dofeiiHo was made, yot a
native jur3' returned a verdict of not
guill3', threo dissenting. Chas.
Croighton, Deputy Attorney-General,
prosecuted; .1. 1C. Kaulia conduc
ted tho defense,
Tho next case on tho calendar is
that of tho same. Naaieono, charged
with assault and battery on a police
ollicer. Ho was reported at tho
timo to have assaulted Liout. Touis
sant while that otlicor was pulling
Buhach at Now Drug Store.
Root Boor on draught at Benson
Smith & Co.'s.
W. A. Wall, surveyor, has a card in
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Hood's Sarsaparilia is the best.
Jno. K. Naeole has been appoint
ed;! Notary Public.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agent".
Sunburn relieved at once ly Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson. Smith A. Co.,
Beef 1 1011 .V: Wine.New Drugstore.
II. W; Schmidt A; Sons offer a
commodious cottage to let on Here
Ka Maile has removed to 103 Fort
street, the storo former' occupied
1)3- Frank Gertz.
Quina La Roche, Now Drug Store.
Fresh frozen 038 tors on ice will bo
on hand at tho Beaver Saloon when
ever tho Australia makes a lauding.
Mechanics' Home, 50 and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging 1)3' daj', week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Soaps at low prices at New Drug
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving instruction in privato
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin: Residence. Alakea street,
near tho Y. M. C. A.
Fluid Beef at New
Tho Australia will leave for San
Francisco on Wedncsda3 next at
noon. W. G. Irwin & Co., agents, aro
prepared to issue through tickets
from Honolulu to all points in the
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
kea street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollico hours, U to 12, 2 to 4,
and evenings (i to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 107 ; Mutual" (82.
Among tho incidents of childhood
that stand out in bold relief, as our
lilomoo' reverts to theda3s whon we
woro young, none are more promi
nent than severe sickness. The
3'oung mother vividly remembers
that it was Chamberlain's Cough
Rumed3 cured her of croup, and in
turn administers it to her own off
spring and always wit li tho best re
sults. For sale 1)3" all dealers. Bon
son, Smith it Co., Agents for tho
That Tired Feeling
Was No Name For tho Way Mr.
That Mr. Whitman, who makes t lie
following titiitciiicnt, is a faithful, icliu
ble man, will lie readily believed when
we state that ho lias' worked at tool
making in tho jewelry factories in At
tleboro without losing" a day, save holi
days and Sunilavs, for 25 years:
'"'I can tiuthfully Miv'thut Hood's
S.utsAi'Aitn.i.x is one of the host medi
cines that 1 know of, if nut the best. A
year ago I found I was about used up,
felt no ambition to do anything. Could
not eat with any relish. 'That tired
feeling' was no name for tho way I fell.
I tooK a couple of liottles of Hoiin's
Simm'Miii.i., which revived my Hog
ging energies in good .shape." This
spring I took two more bottles ami
have hail no return of the feeling of a
year ago. My wife has tilo tnl.cn
some of it with benelit. Wo think it
cannot c prai-ed too highlv."
fl. U. Whitman,
1troy St., Attlchuro, Mass.
I& It is not what we say, lint what
Moon's bit-ii'.mi,i.( does that tells the
I Sf A H.ioii'h Cook Hook for the ask
ing. Contains neatly '..'tKHaluahlc receipts.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
Druggists & Wholesale Agents,
COItXlHt KOIIT AN'H KING BTKEKTS.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Till: Al STEAMSHIP
WII.I. LEAVE HONOLULU
nut Tin: .miovk I'oitr ox
Wednesday, October 12 th,
Tho uiulorfifUHMl uro now liriiiiared to
imuu TliroiiKli TIukotH from tills city to all
points in tlio United Htntei,
Kor further iarticulurii rugiinlliig Kruight
or I'uHMiKu nnjiry to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
510-(it -fluiicrnl AguiiU.
M. rutuiilii Htreot .No, Ml,
northwest corner on n mil leu
tiiilo of roail. I'oiitnliiiim fi
Kooiih, luisiilcd I tat 1) room , Kitclidii, 1'au-
trv, clc. Traiiunv earn liacsiiiK. Aiiplv to
510-:tt H. V. fiOllSI IDT A SUNh.
LOST OH MISLAID
"IKHTII'KUTK XO. 1 Hi KOlt TW'KXTV
J riharus .Mutual Tuluphuuo Ktoi-k,
ntaiuliiiK in tho immu o( tlcorgc ('. lli'i'l;
lo v. Twin for has I icon flopped. Kinder
will lileaMi return to
6SKJv Or to Wilder A- Co.
LOST OH MISLAID
ClKUTiriOATK NO. 1M KOIt TWr.NTY
I .Shared Mutual Telephone Stool;,
standing ill the iiaino of ('. II. Judd.
Transfer has heeii stopped. Kinder will
iiU'iibo return to
' V. .M.KWAN.Y,
At tho ollico of T. II. Davios ,t Co.
rpilK Wl'.KKlTv liUUJKTIN--is OOU
JL minis uf Interesting Heading Mutter.
Islands, $1; mulled to foreign countries, $0.
THAT BEATS ME !
FOR SI-iE! BY THE
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprockels' Bank.
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
0- GOOD FOR THE SICK OR THE WELL ?
We carry in stock the
Liebkj's Extract of Meat,
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Parke Davis & Co.'s Beef Jelly,
Wyeth & Bros' Beef Juice
Valentine's Meat Juice,
Johnston's Fluid Beef,
Mosquera Beef Meal,
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Stoeet, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening
New Goods !
LATEST NO VE LT J ES !
Iftiff" Just Received per
lTe-w- Goods ! USTe-w Goods !
I'OMJKK nUAI'IHIlKS- I'OKTIISUKK l'lNKAl'i'l.H TIHSUIS-SATTIIKNS
WHITK D1IK8H (100DS IN OHKCKR AND STItll'MS.
JAl'AXKKi: COHDKI) CUlIl'i:,
Ladies', Ghildrens' and Infants' Wear
IN (IStKAT VAUIKTV AT LOW I'HIOKP.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Batliiiag Suits ixi Ootton. and. Wool
KOIt 1.AD1KS, (iHNTS, AND CIIIMMIKX,
O-AXLj -AJSTD SEE OXTK. 2STE-W GOODS.
Dressmaking under Ino Management ot Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & OO., 99 Fort St.
"Well-known Brands :
a Large Stock of
S. S. " Australia." "fl
New Goods !
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.