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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FllOM AND AFTKlt OCTOllEIl 1, 1802.
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THE DAILY BOLLBM
THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1892.
Thursday, Oct. '20.
K M S Mariposa from the Coloulos
Hktno W II Diinond, Nelson, '22 days from
Sttnr James Makeo from Kauai
Btmr Hawaii from Hamakua
Tnunsn vy, Oct. 20.
It M S Mariposa for San Francisco nt 4 p m
Stmr James Makee for Kauai at 5 p m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Kiuau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Btmr James Makco 150 bags rice, 10 pkgs
From Knpaa. per stmr .las Makee, Oct 120
Col Z S Spalding, H Zcrbo, and 1 deck.
From tho Colonies, per S S Mariposa, Oct
20 Itcv D O'Connor, Cyril Seymour and
From San Francisco, per bktne AV H
Diniond, Oct 20 Thomas Lee, A Gardner,
A Armitago, Col S Norris, V H ltobinson.
For Port Townsend, tier schr Itobort
Lowers, Oct 11) Thomas Mull.
For San Francisco, per S S Mariposa, Oct
20 K C Shorey, M Ritchie, Miss SL King,
AV H Bailey, W Cogswell, A L Watcrhouse,
J II Miluul, A Spring, .T linen, Mrs A
Uradley, Kisliiinoto, 20 cabin and 25 steer
ago in trnnsit.
The steamer Kinauwill leave for Maui
and Hawaii to-morrow at 2 p. in.
The steamer James Makee which ar
rived from Kapaa this morning will leave
for that placo again this ovening.
The S. S. Mariposa will leave this oven
ing carrying the follow ing cargo : 293 bnohs
bananas, Q. Lycurgus; 10 do., O. T. Gulick;
103 do., Jno. Shaw; 117 do.. C. Saunders;
303 do., L. J. Levoy; 1080 do., Campbell,
Marshall & Co; lliOuugs awa root, J.I.
Dowsott; 10 boxes pineapples, Jno. Kid
well; 270 bdls greon hides, and 0 bdls
sheep skins, F. F. Porter, Domestic value,
Carrier Pigeons at Sea.
Tho following from the Now Zea
land Herald will intorost Mr. Mars
den and othors:
"During tho rocont naval man
oeuvres tho experiment was tried of
sending news from tho opon sen to
tho const by means of carrier
pigeons. Information of tho cap
ture of tho Thames and Thetis, of
tho 'Kod' fleet, by tho 'Blue' crui
sers, as well as of other important
movements, was in this, manner for
warded from Hor Majost3's ship
Arothnsa to tho senior officer (Cap
tain Woodward) at Belfast, who was
thus placed in possession of vital
facts oarlior than was possible by
any other available method, and ho
has expressed a high opinion of tho
utilit' of tho birds for tho purpose
for which thoy wore tried. Tho
special correspondent of tho Daily
Telegraph witli tho 'Bluo' squadron
sont somo messngos to London by
tho samo moans."
Death of an Aged Mother.
By tho Jamos Makeo this morning
word was received of tho death on
Sunday, October 10th, at hor moun
tain home, Makawoli, Kauai, of Mrs.
Elizaboth Sinclair in hor 93rd year.
Sho was mother of Francis Sinclair,
now for a year absent in California,
but oxpoctod homo by next steamer,
Mrs. 11. Robinson, Mrs. Gay, and
Mrs. Kniidsen of Kauai, and grand
mother of Francis and Charles Gay
of Kauai, Geo. Gay, lato of Niihau,
now in Southocn California, Aubroy
Robinson of Kauai, and Mrs. IT. von
Holt of Honolulu, whoso young
daughter is hor great-grandchild.
By tho way, this littlo 0110 has had
tho not common distinction of hav
ing boon soon by two groat-grand-inas,
Mrs. Sinclair was a uativo of Scot
laud, and camo to those islands in
1803 from Now Zealand. After liv
ing in Honolulu a short time sho re
moved to Kauai, and has novor left
that island oxcopting on short visits
At tho closo of a 25 hours' session
a motion of want of confidence was
defeated in tho Now South Walos
Parliament by 08 to ftl, Tho sossiou
lusted 25 hours and 78 members
spoke during tho debate.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEW8.
No Cabinet has been appointed as
Tho S. S. Mariposa will loavo at J
o'clock this afternoon.
A Chinaman was arrested j-estcr-day
for assault on a follow-country-inati.
Don't forgot tho "Wooing of Kn
ala" on Saturday ovening at thu
A largo inimbor of Japanese will
loavo on tho barkontino Discovery
for tho Coast.
Col. S. Norris returned to Hono
lulu on tho W. II. Diinond to-day
after a briof visit.
Thomas Leo, a sugar boiler of
Englandj arrived on tlio W. II. Di
inond this morning.
Cyril Soymour, a journalist, was a
passongor from tho Colonics on tho
S. S. Mariposa to-day.
A hoavy downpour of rain fell
early this morning and tho streets
aro in a muddy condition.
Purser Thos. C. Smith of tho S. S.
Mariposa is thanked for his usual
courtesy to tho Bulletin and for
Mr. C. A. Brown has sued out a
writ to compel tho Minister of Fi
nanco to rostoro complainant to tho
oilico of tax assossor-in-chiof.
Among tho freight on tho S. S.
Mariposa from tho Colonies for Ho
nolulu aro twenty cases mullet, threo
cases limes and ton cases of pine-
In vest ordav's issuo of tho Liberal
tho Hon. R. W. Wilcox tonus him
self " Ka Euou o Italia, ka Hoola o
Kona Lahui" (tho Italian Hero, tho
Savior of his Nation).
Photographs of t ho amateurs who
will participate in the historical
play, "Wooing of Kaala," aro on
exhibition in M. Molnorny's window,
and attracted a largo crowd to-day.
Mr. Win. Cogswell, artist, leaves
by tho Mariposa this afternoon.
Ho has just sold his paintings of tho
lato King and Hor present Majesty
to tho Queen at a figure near his
price of $1000.
The Strangers' Friend Society
wish to acknowledge tho recoipt of
S22.75 from tho Purser of tho O. S.
S. Co.'s S. S. Mariposa for tho re
ceipts of a concort given on board,
most kindly donated to their fund.
With regard to an itom in this
morning's Advertiser, Capt. J. C.
Clunoy wishes it stated that ho does
not intend to turn out tho old racor
Joo Dako to pasture, but will tend
him carofully in stall for tho rest of
his da3s. This is not tho first, or
oven tho second time, that tho
humane captain has intervened with
coin to savo .Too Dako from hard
Tho trial of a young Portuguese
boy named A. Silva charged with
criminal assault on a Portuguoso girl
js on in tho Police Court this after
noon. This caso has boon remanded
from time to timo on points of law.
It has interested tho Portuguoso
colony who attond tho trial in largo
numbers. C. W. Ashford for tho
plaintiff; A. P. Potorson, .T. A. Ma
goon and M. Coroa for dofondant.
Tho S. S. Mariposa arrived at fi
o'clock this morning from tho Colo
nies on routo to tho Coast. Tho fol
lowing is a momo of hor voyago:
Sailed from Sydney Oct. 3 at 5 p. m.,
arrived at Auckland on tho 8th, and I
loft again at 2:J0 p. m.; sailed from
Apia on tho 12th at 8:30 p. m. Ex
perienced lino and remarkably good
weather throughout. Tho usual
concerts and entertainments woro
had on deck and in saloon during
Mons. and Mdmo. Ovido Musiil,
tho-celobrated violinist and wife, E.
Soharf, pianist, and F. Foraud, com
posing tho Musin Concort Co., wont
through on tho S. S. Mariposa. Tho
company has boon very successful in
tho Colonies, every concert boing
crowded. After arrival at San Fran
cisco tho company intend proceed
ing oast to fulfil an engagement in
Philadelphia. Owing to tho early
departure of tho Mariposa t hoy were
unable to give thoir proposed con
cert horo. Tho company, however,
gave a matinee at 2 o'clock to a fair
Extra Mince Pies at tho "Elito."
Root Beor on draught at Benson
Smith & Co.'s.
O. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
stroot for sale.
A furnished apartment with a pri
vato family is advortisod for.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents,
Tho famous M. A. Seed plato is
advortisod as for salo only b3r Hol
listor & Co.
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
stroot, tho store former' occupied
by Frank Gortz.
For island views and nrt istio photos
go to the Aloha Gallop, Sovorin A;
Bolstor, Fort stroot. Amateur work
J. F. Morgan will sell tho wooden
building at tho comer of Printer's
lano and Punchbowl street 011 Satur
day, at noon.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 01 Hotel
stroot. Lodgin" 1)3' diy, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a wook.
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Residence, Alaliea street,
near tho Y. M. C. A.
Littlo Horry 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 bee his old patrons.
TiiunsnAY, Oct. 20, 1892.
Tho Assembly convened at 10
o'clock for prayer, after which the
minutes of tho preceding meeting
woro road and approved.
A motion was then made to ad
journ. On tho question boing put
tho motion was lost.
A motion to adjourn until Mon
day next was put and carried, and at
10:10 o'clock tho Assembly adjourn
ed until that daj
FOB THE WORLD'S PAIR.
Tho Suporintondont of the Buildings
for tho N. S. W. Exhibit a
Among tho through passongors on
tho S. S. Mariposa aro Mr. R. Hud
son and seerotar3 Mr. Hudson is a
partner in tho firm of Hudson Bros.,
a largo building concern of Sydney,
N. S. W. Ho is on his way to super
intend tho construction of t ho build
ings for tho Now South Wales' exhibit
at Chicago, U. S. A. Mrs. Hudson
and family will bo passengers on tho
next trip of tho Mariposa on a visit
to tho Lishmans, and will spond a
fow months on tho islands. Mr.
Hudson is a cousin of Mr. Robert
Lishman, and during his short stay
horo was his guest. Tho Now South
Wales' oxhibit at tho World's Fair
next j-ear is intended to bo a grand
and olaborato disphvy.
The Masonic Picnic.
Tho members of tho Lodge lo
Progres of tho Masonic Order in
Honolulu have arranged for a picnic
at Reinond Grovo on November 19.
As this is tho first picnic given under
tho auspices of tho members of tho
Masonic frateruitj' it is confidently
believed that tho occasion will bo
0110 that will at once bung upon tho
moinbors requests for more frequent
In the United States, tho fact that
receptions, pilgrimages, etc., aro
given by a Masonic lodge is .sufficient
guarantoe that tho greatest decorum
will prevail; ladies and children may
attond without escort with perfect
safety. It is tho intention of the
projectors of tho picuio to bo given
on the 1 19th to adopt tho samo plan
as thoir brother masons in tho States,
and with this ond in view there will
bo no intoxicants sold on tho ground;
rowdyism will not bo tolerated.
An admirable program of dances
has been arranged and tho music will
bo furnished l3' tho Quintette Club.
,Tho jur3' in Castlo & Cooko vs. tho
Receivers of tho Union Iron Works
and Jos. Marsdon and W. H. Rick
ard yostorday afternoon returned a
verdict for tho defendants.
Peter High vs. Hawaiian Govern
ment. Caso. Thurston & Froar for
plaintiff; Doput3' iUtorno3-Genoral
Creighton for dofondant. Tried to
da3' 13 a foreign jury who, at 2:15,
returned a verdict of S352.-10 dam
ages for tho plaintiff.
M. do Froitas vs. P. A. Dias. Trov
er. Appeal from Police Court of
Honolulu. Neumann for plaintiff
appellant; Hatch for dofondant.
Now on before a foreign jury.
Caution to Mariners.
Geo. N. Oaklo3', Hawaiian Consul
for Victoria, in a lottor to tho For
eign Oilico, sa3-s: "Although tho fact
has not been officially notified to me,
it would 1)0 desirablo in 1113- opinion
to notif3' all mariners approaching
tho Australian coast in tho neigh
borhood of Wilson's promontory to
givo it a wide borth, as an uncharted
rock has rcconth boon discovered
about, four miles northeast of tho
Crocodile rock. This rock is sup
posed to bo t ho ono on which " tho
bark Cassilia was wrecked two years
ago and which investigation thon
failed to discover."
Arrostod for Libel.
Daniel Logan, editor of the Bulle
tin, was arrested this afternoon for
criminal libol, under tho accusation
of tho Attorney-General made on
the oath of His Excollenc3 John L.
Stevens, United States Envoy Extra
ordinary and Minister Plonipoton
tiar3'. The prisoner gave a bond of
S500 with Hon. C. O. Borgor as
suret3', to appear before Police Jus
tice Foster at 9:30 o'clock to-morrow
A Long Raco.
Tho following items seem lo show
a big hdrso raco from Berlin to
Princo Frederick Leopold was tho
first Gorman officer to comploto tho
rido from Berlin to Vienna. A num
ber of horses were killed in tho rido.
Tho Au&t riiins are beating the
Germans in tho rido from Berlin, the
Hungarian horsos proving them
selves tho hardier animals.
A littlo boy of Mrs. McDonald's,
living near horo, fell against a red
hot stove and was fearfully burned.
Tho pain was terrible, and it was
thought tho burn was so severe as to
scar tho child for life. I sold thu
lady a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm, which, after greasing tho soro,
sho applied. It soon removed all
thu lire and eased tho pain, and in
ton daj'H tho bo3' was well, no trace
of thu scar remaining, J. D. Mc
Laren, Ko3'sport, Clinton count)', 111.
For salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith As Co., Agents for tho Hawai
Sunburn relieved at onco ly Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith Ac Co.,
Dr, McLennan has removed to Ala
kea street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises latol)' occupied b3 Dr.
Lutz. Oilico hours, U to 12, 2 to -1,
and evenings 0 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll tolophouo 197 j Mutual 082.
"Willow, Willow, Way."
Life in oilico but reminds us
Kvory up must lmvo its down.
For ono hero perceives around tiioin
Cabinets tumbling as the clown.
Llko the green and supple willow,
Mending to the sweeping blast,
Pliant to the moment's issue
Premiers bow, but bow their last.
Premier, free from wind pecchos,
Thin In rim ns willow etuin,
Did maintain the stately oilico
Till tho House did meet again.
For that House In wordy splutter
Turned their leader outifde In,
Thinking still to pco their willow
Guide them all to piles of " tin."
Then they turned tho light of rcau
Full upon this blighted with
And no policy appearing
as void of pith.
1 111 mm uown a
Have we never seen such willows
Woven Into basket fraiuos,
Which as brokun pitchers carrv
Naught but mud and time-worn stains?
Bo alas his cabinet earned
Naught lint what tho do'il perchance
May In darkest humor murmur
Thoy as ono my books cnhaucul
As with boldness sprung from knowledge
Of the Held 1 tlnd so rich,
Passed thoy not tho quarter's duty
Hue from those who touch such pitch?
Ltvo in memory I live in story I
Grateful Nick thy jxeans raise,
And when day away is fading
Sec him through the misty haze.
Waving thco a fond alohu
As he fades from out thy sight,
"Seeing eye to oye and Knowing
Darkness to precede the light."
11 ut a youthful willow rises
la tho distance scorning straight,
Groen, but supple to the business,
Heads beneath the wheel of state.
Pliant to tho royal favor,
Prompt he answers Her commands,
As She asks if ho a basket
Can becotno with "toitghost" strands.
Giddy heights! O fond ambition!
Full of iiohle watchwords too;
Cruel In thy wayward fancy
Doing, that thon nm,cst undo.
For this stripling willow swaying
Did perchance in play coquet
With his fellow willows weaving
Weaving, but a tangled net.
And when he, this cru-hed, limp willow
Would stand forth, unbent, nlonu
Stouter willows to coquetting
Claimed him as their ery own.
Had ho not when all unfriendly
Turned a willow inside out.
And agreed with these his fellows
As a basket .strong and stout,
That no " toughs" of strands would ever
Weave themselves in through their links,
So the mighty now is f.illen
While each confrere slyly winks.
Now accopt ono word of meaning
Needed in your anxious mood:
Don't forget tho noble motto,
" For our Queen and country's good."
EIGHT DAYS LATER.
Itoms of Nows by tho S. S. Mariposa
from tho Colonies.
Lord Tenin-son, Poot Lauroato of
England, died on tlio night of Octo
ber 5, at tho ago of 83.
A caso of cholera is reported at
Ton deaths daiby from cholera at
Buda-Pesth, Austria, aro attributed
to bad river water.
Tho London Times correspondent
saj's Clovoland is carrying tho South
ern States, where tho Democrats aro
coalescing with tho People's Part)'.
Six of tho band of desperadoes
known as tho Dalton gang, robbed
two banks in Coffoyvillo, Kansas,
killing four clerks and wounding
threo citizens. Five of tho robbers,
including Dalton, wore killed while
Monsignor Hirth, tho Catholic
Bishop of Central Africa, has for
warded a lottor complaining that
tho Protestants are now masters in
Uganda, and that tho arms supplied
by tho English have ruined tho
country. Rioting is frequent, and
tho Catholics aro dail)' dostro3red,
tortured, and starved. North of tho
Uganda tho country is in a constant
formont from attacks from tho Wa
soga. Russian relations with Austria aro
Lord Ripou, Colonial Secretary,
has informed tho Anti-Slavory So
cioty that ho considers tho safe
guards providod by Queensland
against the abuso of tho labor traffic
There is considerable friction be
tween tho Count D'Aubigii)', French
Consul, and tho Sultan of Morocco,
over tho indignities to which tho
former was subjected ly Morocco
officials whilo on routo to Fez. The
Sultan of Morocco has indefinitely
postponed tho otlicial recoption of
tho French Consul. Tho Mission has
been refused supplies.
Mr. Sandford Fleming, C.M.G.,
ono of tho directors of tho Canadian
Pacific Railway, has written to Sir
John Lubbock, strongly urging him
to roprosont to tho homo and colo
nial Governments tho advisability
of delaying no longer tho construc
tion of tho Pacific cable.
Russia is closing Catholic churches
Tho Chilian Government propose
to establish gold currency. ,
Over hall-a-million of nionoy has
been ro-deposited in tho Birkbcck
Bank, Loudon, on which there was a
heavy run latoly,
Tho Commercial Bank of America
has secured possession of Pagopago
coaling station at a cost of $50,000.
A French syndicate is tendering
for tho balance of tho Russian loan,
Captain Hayos, addressing' a moot
ing of tho Military Socioty, said tho
Argentine was successfully compet
ing with Australia and Now Zealand
iu supplying horses to India. Ho
advised tho colonies in future to
send to England.
Emigration from England to Aus
tralia has docioasod by 2500 iu niiio
Tho British East Africa Com
pany's steamer has navigated tho
river Puba 100 miles.
Tlio following local appeared in
tho Liboral of yesterday on tho Ha
waiian pago: "During tho debate 011
tho want of confidence in tho Minis
try on Monday evening, there was if
body of whito men belonging to the
Mechanics' Union, with pistols in
thoir bosoms. They woro tho iden
tical ones who were applauding tho
remarks of the Minister of Finance.
It is said that tho foreign police of
ficers woro awaro of this, but, it be
ing thoir clique, of course it was all
WHY YOT SHOULD TAKH
i " WORTH A GUINEA A DOS." J
ComplyitiK with ccncral
nr?r?-n a nfc? nti t r
will in future for the United?
atnics DC covered witli
A Tasteless and
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uisic 01 uic rui without in any
cij( iiiiijiiiiiuir us euicacy
j -rice as tent t a tsox.
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. .-.! win. uipui joj v.anai direct
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COItNHU FOItT AND KING STKKLTS.
There is a new l'n?7o out. This innocent-looking
brain tormentor is called the
Pin Ptirrle, and anjbodv can make one for
hlmulf with a bit of paper and pencil and
six pins. Here is the diagram :
The object is to stick six pins on
six of the black dots in such a man
ner that no two iiius shall be on the
same line, either noiioutal, vertical or
Although it 111a v be dilllcult to work out
this Puzzle, still tliero isnodillkMlty in un
derstanding or appreciating the Policies is
sued bv the L(H ITAIILK LIFi: ASSIMI
ANOliSOOlKTY. They are clear, business
like, concise and simple.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
J. W. GUNST, M. D.
Has removed to Dr. Footo's premises and
olllcc, coiner of l'unchhowl and lieic-
tania stieets, during his absence.
n...,,,.. i, . (From I) to 11:30 . m.;
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Stkim Hmiinks, SniMi Mn.i.s, Iton.i'iis,
Cooi.i:n. Iiion, l!iihs, ami Liivii
Machinery of livery Description Made to
Order. Particular attention paid to Ships'
Illacksmilhlug. Job Work executed at
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rpiIAT PLKASAKT 811 II-
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on Nnu- j hiSdii
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urban ( otlngi
auu struct, an
lioiiiins tlieM!i, ..i"5
residence of Sir. Thomas Ayj-fiiMS-
Sorcnsuu, nicely appointed and witliagree
ablu surroundings, suited to a small family
and within an easy remove from the hea't
of thu City. Terms .f 18 per month.
iiliMMiiit grounds on
Hoiiitania street, a few doors
from Kecauiiioku street. re-J
cently occupied bv Mrs. C.irney, entrances
fnou'Voiing and lleretania stieets. House,
Stables and Outhouses all (oiniilclo, ami
In llrst-elass order. Street Cars pass the
front door every twenty minutes. Terms
f'ii per mouth, Including water rates.
riiHAT I'iKCK OF PHO-
1 perly uiiiinproved, situ
ate on ine jJiamonii iieao
side of Mr. 11. .1. Nolto's nrn-
inifcs ut Kaploluni Park, containing an
area of about 1 acres, suitable for a vege
table garden, chicken ranch, etc.
ltetlred Cotlagu on
Vlneyaid street with ampin
mounds: a few minutes' walk
from the Post Otllco. TurniH easy.
rpili: OFFlOi: ItlXKNT
.L ly occupiid by Judgo
.1. M, Davidson, 11 Knahu
inauu street. Ill tlio heart of
tho business center, and a Hue oiiiiortuuitv
for a laweror businessman, 'luesoollices
have always found ready tenants,
NOTII Ileforo seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhere, It will pay you lo scan our
column, and to at once consult the under
signed at their oilico.
We Keen nronerlv in llrst-eliisH con-
lltiou. Our terms are moderate and as
landlords wo will always be found reason
able In our dealings.
tSf Apply in each ease to
BRUCD or A. J. 0ARTWIUGUT,
"Oartw right Iliillding," Merchant street.
ASKCONJl , HAND
Phaeton; must be iu
Thorough itenair and of
Stylish Appeurunco. Apply
1 JSA1 V.
Poi Bowls, Kitchen Bowls
Ewers fe Basins !
IMIcKIixiley Prices I
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu,
Office of 1). 11. Hiirnhmn,
May 9, 1S92.
m. a. sunn nnv plate go.,
. , St. Lnuii, Mo.
My last order far Plot? nriivrd very promptly. Plea ie accept
thitnki for being .so prompt.
I with to .state, that I am using your Plates exclusively for all
work done on these grounds for the official record of construction.
Of course comment by mc as to the good qualities of the Seed
Plate, are entirely unnecessary.
C. J). AJIXOLD,
The Seed Plates
r -A.K.E for. s - A -
1013 Fort Street, -
FALL SEASON 1S92.
Oxi Tuesday, Oct. 8
AND FOLLOWING DAYS.
104 Ifort Street, Honolulu.
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
HV LAST BTHAMKK A FULL LINK OF
BLACK C3-OOIDS I
.A.S ITOIjXjO'VVS :
Hlack Cashmere l.'-lnch wide, .') cents per
yard and upwards,
lllui'k India Lawn. Hlack French I.awii,
lllack Batteen in 1'lalii and Figured,
Hlack Calico In Plain and Figured.
B. F. EHLERS &
Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
Chirf of Construction, World's
UJH The Monkery, Chicago.
i - iE onsrinrsr by
- - Hoiaol-olia, HL I.
Hats k Bonnets
lllack, Cotton, Silk and Kid Gloves in all
lllack Stockings for Unites and Children,
lllack Silk Warii Henrlctte Cloths,
F.ic, hte., Hto., Ktc,
CO.'S, 99 Fort St,