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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KItOM AND AFTRU OCTOBEK 1. 1892.
Leave Honolulu. .0:15
Ixsn ve 1 rbno'uH nil . , 7 : ISO
Arrive Honolulu ,8:3.'
a.m. r.M. r.M.
1'kam, City Local.
Leave Honolulu. ,.k .... 6:10
Arrlvol'cftrlCity..,.'., .,.. 6:4S ..
Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted, t Snturdays only.
. Snturdays executed.
Tides, Sun and. Moon.
HY C. J. LYONS.
ol B s e e 2 ' 9 I
DAY. S 'g-g pT 3 g w p s
jipp.rSpg.Fg. g S n
a.m. li.in. a.ni. p.m.
Moil. 10 U 45, 8 II .... 2 30 5 54 nn) 1)45
Tiles. 11 8 15' fl 0 0 20 4 0 5 54 5 IW.IO 48
Wed. 12 10 30 10 0 2 0 0 0 5 65 5 38 11 51
Tiling. 111130 12 0 3 20 0 50 5 55 5,17 ....
Kit. 14 0 10 .... 5 0 7 15 5 55 5 30 0 40
Hat. 15 1 0 1 50 0 20 8 0 5 50 5 35 1 47
Sun. 1G 1 3C 2 20 6 50 8 30 5 50 5 31 2 40
I,n st Qmirtti of thu Moon on tho Will at 11 h.
THE DAILY BULLETl
SATURDAY, OCT. 15, 1892.
BTumAY, Oct. 15.
Stiur Jamos llakcc from Kauai
Stmr Mokolii from Moloknl
Stmr Waimanalo from Maui and llolokai
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr James JIakeo for Kauai
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Stmr Waimanalo for Molokai and Maui
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr James Makeo 25 bags rice and 12
From Kauai, per stmr James Mukee, Oct
15 Mr and Mrs K Q Brjant, Adam Lind
say. Mrs H 7, Austin, C 1$ Wells and 2
Vessels in Port.
U S S Alliance, Kiciir.twu,Sau-Era'iBisco
Am bktne S N Castle, h H Hubbard, from
4-masted sohr Robt Lew ers, Goodman, from
Am bktne Discovery, McNeil, from San
Gor bk J O Glade, from Liverpool
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Am scbr Mary Dodge, from Eureka, Oct. 0.
Am sch Glenuale, from Eureka. Oct. 0.
Br bk It V ltlthat, from Cardiff, Oct. 1.
Bk Greta, from Newcastle, N S W.
Ger bk H Hackfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
steamer . G. Hall bronirht a
W. G. Hall
plentiful supply of Kona oranges to-day.
The barkentino 8. N. Castle received
sugar from the W. G. Hull to-day.
The barkentine Discoery has been mov
ed down to the O. S. S. wharf to await
A 'Grass Man Given Forty-Eight
Hours in Jail.
A native named Kikila, grass pod
lor, was tried in the Police Court
this morning on a charge of larcoii3'
of a bag of salt, valued at fort3'
cents, tho proport3' of,Makahi, a salt
vendor, on Thurbday last. Tho
complainant testified that ho had
left a bag of salt, valued at $1, in
front of the hack stand, Maunakea
and King streets, on that day and
missed it tho noxt day. Yestorda3r
ho visited a native woman's place
near tho China Engine houso, Mau
nakea stroot, and saw tho identical
bag of salt. Ho asked the woman
whorosho got it, and she-said that sho
purchased it from tho grass podlor
for forty conts. Kikila was arrostod.
In tho Police Court this morning
tho dofondant" brought forward
throo witnossos who doniod Mr.
Kikila's over taking tho salt. Thoy
had boon with him until ho loft and
one had accompanied him to a
saloon, ho ftho prisoner) "rushing
tho growler." His Honor aftor coin
sidoring tho evidence camo to tho
conclusion that thoro nuibt bo some
thing behind tho sceuos and gavo
Kikila a sontonco of forty-oight
hours' imprisonment at hard labor.
Something Now in Ranges,
Tho Pacific HAnmvAHE Co., (L'd,),
havo just rocoivod an invoice of tho
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges
which aro superior to anything of
the kind 3'ot invented. Thoy havo
boon adopted by tho United States
Nav3' and aro in uso on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
othor now vessels. Also on several
of tho now vossols lately built for
tho trado between San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of thoso Ranges
will at onco sljow thoir many advan
tages over all competitors.
The Kona Murdor.
J. Costa, charged with tho murdor
of his wife's sistor, is an Italian, not
a Portuguese. His wife is a Norwe
gian, not a Gorman. Costa used to
keep a 'gunsmith's shop on Fort'
ttroot. Ho is considered a hard
character by thoso who know him,
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Basoball gamo this afternoon.
Diamond Head, 12 m. Wcatlior
cloudy, wind frosh oast.
Hustaco & Co.'s Mutual telephone
number has boon ehnngod to 41-1.
The usual afternoon concert will
bojjivon at Emma Squaro to-day.
Plashes of lightning occurred at
intervals tho early part of last even
ing. Tho front of tho Oritorion pre
sents a rather attractive appearance
sinco it has boon touched by tho
Tho trial of Hau for manslaughter
has again boon remanded until
Thursday. Hau looks like a truly
A whaloboat was reported off Dia
mond Head at 130 o'clock this after
noon, it is presumably from Alolokat
loaded with fish.
Tho Logislaturo will moot at 10
o'clock on Monday morning. The
mombors havo boon busy theso two
da3s sitting in committees.
Tho Japanoso named Kimura who
played "hickory nut" with n Chinese
store on Maunakoa street has boon
released, tho case having been nol.
Owinjj to tho illness of two of tho
pla3rors in tho How-Do-You-Liko-Tt
basoball toam now pla3'ors havo boon
substituted. Novortholess a good
gamo is expected.
Mrs. H. Z. Austin, formerly of
Waihoo, Maui, but now at Kapaa,
Kauai, was a passongor by tho
steamer Jamos Makeo from the lat
ter placo this morning.
Tho salo of horsos at tho roar of J.
I. Dowsott's to-day was largely at
tended and somo of tho prices real
ized wore good. Somo of tho ani
mals wont as low as $6.50.
The skating rink was crowded last
evening with ladies and thoir escorts,
who enjoyed a spin on tho floor.
Somo say tho floor is not all that it
might be, as thoro aro several ruts
and projecting nails on it.
A native workman at Alien &
Robinson's lumbor yard narrowly
escaped serious injury this morning.
A heavy piece of timber was partly
dislodged and was about to fall on
him, when ho was warned and es
caped. J. Costa and wife, who aro hold
for tho murdor of Sophia, Mrs.
Costa's sister, at Koauhou, Hawaii,
reported in yostordaj''s Bulletin,
havo several children, who, if thoir
"parents aro convicted, will bo thrown
on the world as homeless orphans.
The native divors roported yester
day commenced diving early this
morningat tho same place, Brewer's
wharf, aiid bobbod up every fow min
utes with handfuls of bricks, somo of
torn lor years. Thoy say before they
aro finished thoy will havo a goodly
Extra Mince Pies at the "Elite."
Root Boor on draught at Benson
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy
street for salo.
has lots on Liliha
Save your tallow. M. W. McChes
noy & Sons offer to buy it.
The irrigation notice is approved
by tho Minister of tho Interior.
Aftor shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith &,Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco b3' Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith Ss Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
For island views and artist ic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallop, Suvurin &
Bolster, Fort street.
English crockery at McKinloy
prices is ono of tho attractions at
the Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
Bruco and A. J. Cartwright havo
six proportios to lot or loaso. Road
what thoy havo to say in this papor.
A cottage on Nuuann stroot, at a
big comedown in rent, is nvailnblo
on application at tho Bulletin oflico.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and Gl Hotel
stroot. Lodging by day, wook or
month 25c. and 50o. a night; $1
and $1.25 a wook,
For that full fooling'aftor dinnor
chow tho "Chnddy" gum. Tho best
gum out! For salo only at "Tho
Elite Ico Croam Parlors."
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin, Uosidonco, Alakea stroot,
near tho Y. M. C. A. .
Littlo Harry Morritt, tho cele
brated boot polisher, has arrived
from tho Coast and has resumed
business at tho old Union stand.
Merchant stroot, and will bo glad
to soo his old patrons.
Dr. McLennan lias romoved to Aln
koa street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollico hours, 9 to 12,2 to d,
and overlings fi to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 197 j Mutual G82.
A littlo boy of Mrs. McDonald's,
living noar hero, foil against a rod
hot stove- and was fearfully burnod.
Tho pain was torriblo, and it was
thought tho burn wassosovoro as to
scar the child for life. 1 sold the
lady a bottlo of Chamberlain's Pain
isaim, which, auor greasing tno soro.
sho applied, It soon removed all
tho lire and oasod tho pain, and in
ton days tho boy was well, no trace
of tho scar remaining. J, D. Mc
Laren, Koysport, Olinton count3, 111.
For salo by all doalors. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agonts for tho Hawai
FINE HOME BURNED,
Residence of Robert Halstead
Destroyed With All
Mr. and Mrs. Halstead and Daughter
Escape in Their Night Clothes.
Tho fine haudsomo futility resi
dence of Mr. Robert Halstead. plant
er, at Waialua was burned to tho
ground this morning. Mr. Halstead
was awakened at 2 o'clock by a
crackling noise in tho sowing room
whoro tho telephone Mas located.
Ho jumped up and rushing to tho
room saw a largo blaze issuing
therefrom. Tho flames had gained
such headway that no boonor was
tho firo discovered than it burst
through tho roof.
Mr. Halstead had barely time to
acquaint his wife and 3oungest
daughter, who with himself wore tho
only occupants of tho mansion, of
tho calamity, and tho three rushed
out of tho place clad only in thoir
night garments. Miss Halstead was
sleoping opposite tho sowing room,
and as she rushed out she vas mot
by tho liorco ilainos, which the nos.t
moment om doped hor room. Mrs.
Halstead paused to get somo valu
ables out of a trunk, but boforo sho
could got tho trunk open tho flames,
sweeping down tho hnlhvaj, entered
hor bedroom and as she retreated
hor hair and 03'obrows wore singed
b3' tho hot blast. Nothing could bo
saved, and Mr. Halstead know it
would bo folly to make an attempt.
Standing out in tho cold thoy watch
ed thoir beautiful homo burn to the
ground. TI103 walked barefooted
and in thoir night robes to tho houso
of Mr. Halstoad's son Edgar, on an
othor part of tho ostato.
Air. Halstead sent a telophono
mossago.to tho city at an early hour,
acquainting his rolativcs of tho catas
trophe Mr. Lackland, his son-in-law,
telephoned from townto Mr.
Lawrence, living about two inilos
from tho Halstead residence, asking
for particulars, but ho answered
that ho know nothing about it.
Lawrouco was awake about 2 o'clock
and saw a lire, but attributed
it to Chinese burning rice straw.
Even peoplo a milo from tho scone
know nothing about tho firo.
f T-htrorrgnr ortho fire-b-UlikUfiwir
as tho first inkling Mr. Halstead had
01 it was the crackling noise. Tho
supposition is, howovor, that tho
telophono wire had boon surcharged
with electricity, as a similar thing
occurred somo time ago, when tho
instrument had to bo torn from tho
wall. This is tho 0UI3' thoor3' as to
Tho houso was a handsome build
ing, remodeled and enlarged sovon
or eight 3'oars ago at a considerable
expense by Mr. Lucas. It was lux
uriously furnished. Tho building
and furniture voro insured in tho
Etna Firo Insurance Co., Castle &
Cooke, agents, for $7000, and in tho
Fireman's Fund, Bishop & Co.,
agents, for $3000. it is estimated
that theso amounts cover 011I3' 0110
half tho value of tho property do
itio3ed. A Historical Play.
Tho presentation of a draipa re
presenting tho days of Kaniehamoha
tho Great by native Hawaiians is an
event of more than ordinary inter
est, especially when tho play is ren
dered in tho English languago. The
appointments and drosses will bo
superb and as nearly historical as
our modern notions of propriotj' will
Tho facile 11011 of Mr. Crowley has
dealt faithfully with tho libretto,
and tho biush of Mr. llupprecht has
produced beautiful sconory. Alto
gether thoso enterprising men do-
horvo tho support which our dis
criminating public will accord thoin,
as this .scenory and company aro in
tended to represent Hawaii during a
year's travel in the United States,
and groat things aro possible both
in tho iutorest of tourist travel and
tho managing proprietors them
selves, if tho enterprise bo judicious
ly managed. A word of advice would
l)e, not to havo tho company too
largo, but select and talented. Tho
bo plan opens at Levey's on Mon
day morning next at nine o'clock,
but quite a number of seats havo
boon applied for, and a full houso is
Nournlgia Cured Instantaneously.
Though nt present it has not been
found possible entirely to remove
organic matter from water by moans
of electricity, it has the power to re
duce so much appreciably; and now
a Russian physician assorts that tho
pain of nouralgia, if suporiicial, can
bo reliovod at onco by throwing a
beam of light from a bright arc
light upon tho affected part. This
will bo delightful news to martyrs
to tho fell complaint. Japan Gazette,
Band, Prof. If.
Humor, loader, will
a concert this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at hi SO
o'clock. Following it (ho program:
Muruli Count Jloltku. Prousbo
Overture Semiruiiiide,. Itossiul
Kluulu Curmeu Hiiot
KeinluUeencus of Weber . .Godfrey
(.'avatlna Lucia . ..Donizetti
Guloji iilrd's ileuk . . . Kalirbuuh
Sornetimes Thoy Aro Learned With
out Attonding School.
"People have a peculiar notion of
what constitutes an education," said
Professor John Cochran, one of
who is making a tour of tho United
Stales and is now a guest of the
Southorn. "I have soon many an
educated man who couldn't tell an
adverb from a proverb, a green root
from an ellipsis. Ana I havo soon
men who had taken all tho 'varsity
degrees so profoundly ignorant that
a Diggor Indian might pity thoin.
Too many men forgot that a school,
11111 Wl Ol
wnowior it uo uio log cauin aunir 01
tho American wilderness, with its
throo R's and bundlo of birch rods,
or tho proudest continental univer
sity, but furnishes him with tools
with which to dig for knowledge on
his own bohoof but puts him in tho
way of socuring an education.
" "A man does not learn Greek,
Latin, French or Gorman, for tho
sake of knowing those languages,
but to socuro tho ko3 to tho casket
in which is locked tho wisdom of
Socrates, tho oloquonco of Cicoro,
tho reflections of Montosquiou and
tho philosophy of Kant. If the koy
is novor applied, if tho treasuro is
not appropriated, knowledge of thoso
languages is as worthless, so far as
learning is concerned, as tho gun of
Mark Twain's Arab protector, which
was novor loaded.
"A gentleman was recently bo
moauing to mo that ho was unedu
cated. I questioned him, and found
that ho had road and digostcd ovory
thiiur in tho English language worth
knowing. Shakspoaio and tho Biblo,
Milton and Adam Smith, Browning
and Herbert Spencer wore as fami
liar to him as tho face of his wife.
Ho was a mining ongiueor. and know
moio about geology than half tho
professors of that '-cii'iico.
"Ho was a prosperous merchant,
conversant with the laws of trado; a
banker, who had made a practical
study of finance; a politician, who
had studied men and measures so
acutely that ho became tho recog
nized leader of a great parly. But
ho had novor attended school had
novor stood up and parroted a les
son to a professor, and thoroforo bo
lioved himself ignoiant. I said to
him: 'My dear sir, you aro 0110 of
tho best educated men 1 ever mot.
1 wish that you would open a school
for teaohois, and impart to our pub
lic educators a portion of your
knowledge. TI103' would then bo
able to earn thoir salaries." St.
Persons troubled with chronic
diarrhoea should try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ro
medj Mairy cases havo boon cured
b3 it aftor all olso had failed and
skilled physicians wore powerless.
For salo b3' all doalors. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agonts for tho Hawai
TO LET f
-A. street, No. 10O, Six Hoonis
nnd a Hathrooni. Outhouses.
1 prTT i nt1 nr x-TTTt ivn '
etc., all in Kood order. Henl onlv $'J0. in.
chiding water rates. Also, a Cottage in the
rear of above, at $1!. Aiinlv at this olllee.
Saye Your Tallow
AND SKND IT TO TJII3
Sl't 12t-J2 It
To Lot or Loaso.
r'PW'O NICKLY ii-UIl-X
nished ltooniH, cen
trally loeatLd, Inquire at
iui.LiCTiM Olllee. 3iU-tf
Duval l'ur.jiisns, si
lleretauia btreet, op
posite Kort street ehureti.
Annlvto It. I. LILLin.
Ils-'-tf At Theo. II. Daien it Uo.
rKv iiousr. ok kivk
ll rooms, on Jliigaino
Htieet, with lliithroom, pat
ent Yv. O.. ete. CommaiidH
one of the llnest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. JL VIVArJ.
rpili; cottaoi: ON UK
X rotauln Bticet No. Ml,
northwest corner un iiiauka
Hide of road, eontaiiilni: T
Hoonis, IichIiUh liatlirooui, Kitelieu, Tail
try, ete. Tramway inrs piiMHinu. Apply to
510-:it 11. W. bCilJUDT.tS
nioi: OOTTAOi: ON
llcretaum street, near
Pilkoi Htreet, containing
rarlor. 2 lledroouiH. liatn-
room, Diniugrooui, Pantry nnd Kitchen,
Bervunt'B room. Carriage lloiihu, Stable, ete.
TrumeaiH pass every 20 minutes. Apply nt
olllee of this paper.
FOR SALE or LEASE
J. I'reinibos lately occu
pied by Mr. i:. bulir, will
bo for sale or lease at rea
sonable price or rental. The Urouuds eon
tnm n variety oi irun aim uruamenuii
Trees. Tho I'oinniodious Dwelling Is well
furuislicd with modern improvements and
eonveniences. Itoomj Darn mid a 2-ltoom
Cottugo for servants. Tor further particu
lars, upply to JOHN KNA,
Olllcu Inter-Inland bteam Navigation
Co. . 04-tI
WHY YOlT siiori.i) taki:
" worvrn a guinea a box." 1
vrtn a T.i. 2 1
f ari n A T.l.
IBILiOUS and NERVOUSI
Such as Sick Headache,
and Female Ailments.
Covered with a Titteleu & Soluble Coating,
J Of all druggists. Price 2B cents a box.
tJe.?.or ncpi?1! l"'i-tiArJL5l
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COHNKlt 1'OltT AM) KINO STKKKTS.
DAILY AND WTXKl.Y
heading Journals in tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Hun the l..irgo-.t Circulation on tin1 Island
and is the ISiM Medium foi
Jin. I'llo. K. Nmiumii. will reeeheiill
iuhertiseiuents and tian.ict all business
C9 Oiiii 1 :
llreiug Itloek," comer
Nuu.inu and (Jiaeii street (unstairs).
Union Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated Jlay 111, lSj't.'.)
- J1AN urAl'TUHIMtS OV THi:
Regan Vapor Engines
Horizontal A Upright,
(stationary A Marine,
Gas A Gasoline Kngines,
l'liiups A Launches.
5IS-tf Sole Agent for lliuwiii.iu Islands.
ITMtOJI THIS HATH O0O 1C1JI TOOK
. has been admitted .is a Partner in the
linn of Wo Chung Wai at Kahili, Kiiunt.
All J! AN,
Kahili, Kauai, '-ept. ISO, IS').!. M(S-2t
rpiin UNIinitSlONKI) HAS Til IS DAY
JL bought out the t'hun Nam H.iKen at
No. t! Kuknuliku street, and herein gives
notice that ho will not be responsible for
any debts owiiiL- h said Chun Nam.
Per l-oo Chit Sam.
Honolulu, Sept. 27, lb'U. 5i(J-2
mi: uni)i:usiuni:i) Jii:m:itY
mves notice that ho has bouulit the
restaurant formeilv owned by Lain Ivan
and known as the ''Jlay View fte-ort," and
ho herebj gives notito that bu will not be
responsible for anv of tho dubts of said
Lam Kau. I.iiu lau will higu tlie bill of
sale on Oetoher 10, 18')-'.
Honolulu, Oet. Ii, 1B!).. 5.W-1W
VIHTUi:0I',A WKIT OK nxncu-
tion issued out of the Kunreino Court.
on tho'J.!dilay of July, A. 1). lh1).', iiKiiinst
S. 1'aaluhi, ilefendant, in favor of Aui,
lilaintiil, for tho sunn of $11(1.(1.', with legal
Interest tliuriou from uforusiild date, I havo
levied upon and shall e.po-o for sale at the
l'olieo Station, In the District of Honolulu,
Inland or Oahu, at 12 o'clock of HAT UK
DAY, tho 22d day of October, A. D. Ih'iJ,
to the higliL.it bidder, all tho right, title
and interest of the lid S. l'aahilu, defen
dant, in and to tlio following Property,
unless Mild judgment, interest, costs and
in v uxponses bo pruviouslj paid.
List of Property for salo:
All.tho right, thin and Interest of said H.
1'aaluhi in and to those I'icces and l'nreels
of Land situate In l'alama, deseribed ns
(1) K-HK) Acre iieing a part of Apana
I'.luuof ltoiil Patent W), No. 11171, lo Pa
hua; the Mime plenties Iieing couu.ed to
Iiiliha Paalulii, wife of rald h. Paalu'hi, by
.1 Alapai b deed dated April L"), 1SMI.
(2) 1-10 Aero being Vt ol Apana Lkahi.
1 loyal Pateul(iS7, Land Commission Award
No. llfeS to Keliipueaiua', the h.'mui pre
niNuii being cou(ied to Uiuisa Paalulii
and H. Paalulii, h deed of V. ('. Aelii,
dated March 2.r), bW,
Ih!.' -Liber VJfll
(Signed) CHAS. it. WILSON,
Honolulu, Sept. 21, la'J fi IO-.rt
IS HKlinilV OJVKN THAT
A Co.. (L'dl. a Cornora-
tlou of limitul 1 ia 1)1 1 i t v. was oruanl.ed un
der the Laws of this kingdom on October
I, 1N)2. 'J'lui following Ollleers woio
11, It, .Mncfarlnuo . Piesideut,
i;. 0. Jlaefarlauo Vice-1'rusident,
O, JL White becietnrj iV Tn usurer,
F. Wiindenberg . Auditor,
bald Corporation has acquired the wine
and spirit business henlofore carried on
by Jlaefarlauo A Co. at No. 12 Kaahiiuiami
street, in Honolulu, uud will continue the
Mime nt the sumo pluu). The assets and
liabilities of Jlaufarlane & Co. have been
taken over and assumed by said Corpora
tion. C. JL WHITi:,
Honolulu, Oct. 11, IMS.'. filVlw
rpm: ANNUAI- MKiri'lNO OK THU
X. btoekholders of the Koliula bugar Co.
will he held at the olllee of Castle A
Cooko, on THUllb'DAY, Oet. 20, lb!i.', nt
10 o'clock A, N.
J, JJ. ATlllIUTON,
Poi Bowls, Kitchen Bowls
Ewers & Basins !
IVEcKZixilesr Prices I
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Strool, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
m sr r ji ,ai Bnri 1 ram v.
FORTHE 111 tin' the mouth
mwmmvw h.irnpn ma
ritici:, ar, tir.vrs. Hiu.n itv iuciumjists.
PREPARED AND GUARANTEED BY E. W. HOYT &. CO., LOWELL, MASS.
Manufacturers of tho Cclcbritcd Hoyt's Cermnn Cologne.
Is such u popular preparation, that it noeds no praise from
us to prove its merits. This is simply to inform you
that Ave are the Agents for RumroAJi, and
can supply it in any quantity.
PRICE ag OE3STTS PER BOTTLE.
OB- LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO T1II3 THADE.
HOLLISTE? & CO., DRUGGISTS
109 Fort Street, - - - Hon.olij.lij., H. I.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening a Large Stock of
New Goods ! New Goods !
LATEST NOVELTIES !
tgSf" Just Received per
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
11Y LAST BTl'.AMr.lt A 1'ULL LINK OV
AS FOLLOWS !
lllaek Cuslimore U-incli wide, ft) cents per
yard mid upwards.
Itlnck India Lawn, lllaek l'rcneh Ijiwu.
Illael; batticn in Plain nnd Figured,
lllaek Calico in Plain nnd Figured,
B. F. EHLERS &
Deliriously Flavored. A Perfect Liquid Dentifrice.
Preserves and Beautifies the Teeth Heals and
Imparts a delightful fragrance to the
Beautifully put up Convenient to use.
Drums Leaves a reiresnincr coo mess in
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns,
S. S. " Australia." -"dSM
lllaek, Cotton, 811k mid Kid Gloves in all
lllaek blockings for Ladies mid Children,
lllaek bilk Warp Henriette. Cloths,
i:tc i:tc, i:tc, Kto.
CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
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