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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
KUOM AND AKTKIt OCTOHKK 1, 1892.
A.M. V.M. V.M.
Leave Honolulu. ,fl:i:
Arrive Honolulu .S:3o
1'kki. City Looau
Leave Honolulu 5:105 ...
Arrive l'enrl City 5:4S ..
Leave Pearl Clly..(i:55
Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays oxeoptod. -J Saturdays only.
Tidos, Sun and. Moon.
nv a. J. LYONS.
u.in. p.m. p.ni. li.in.
M6n. 21 5 50 li 'iCll 20. 1 20 S SB fi 21) 8 10
Tiii-H. as o so n aoiii no 2 so n 0, n 2s it 0
Well. 20 7 20,7 0 ....13 0 0 0 5 27 10 1
TlmiH. 27 0 7 M 1 0 4 20 0 10 27 11 1
Ft I. 28 10 0 11 0 2 SO S SO 0 1,5 2(111 fi'l
Sat. 20 10 401 10 0 4 0' 0 20 0 2 fi 2(1 ....
Sim. 30 1 1 :io 1 1 0 a 30 a no 11 2' a ml 1 0
rirnt Quintet of the Mcibii on thoSsth nt lull.
81111. 11. 111.
MONDAY, OCT. 21, 18U2.
S.TllltllY, Out. 22.
Stmr Mokolii friini Molokai
Stmr Wnimanalo from Maui and Molokai
Stmr.T A Cummins fioni Koolau
Hchr Millo Morris from Koolau
Sehr Sarah it Eliza from Koolau
Buniuy, Oct. 'ii.
Stmr Claudinc from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Stmr James Makee from Kauai
Susiivy, Oct. 21.
K M S Alameda, Morse, for the Colonics
at G a m
Monday, Oet. 21.
Stmr C H Bishop for JColoa
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p 111
Stmr Waimanalo for Molokai and Maui
Stmr l'elo for Vai111ea and Makaweli
Sclir Millo Morris for Koolau
Sehr Sarah it Eliza for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bktne Discovory, MeXcil, for San
Stmr Claudinc for Maui and Hawaii at fi
Stmr James Makco for Hanalci and Hana-
iiuuilu at 4 p m
Stmr lwalani for Kauai at 5 m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Mikahala 2075 hags smgat, 80 hags
rice, 38 bills hides, 150 sheep, 15 calves,
50 pkgs sundries. ' -
Stmr Clandine 172 bags taro, 05 hides 20
hogs and 173 pkgs sundries
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Oct 23
8 W Wilcox, A Cropp.and wife, K 1
Hastings and wife, A M Sproull, Yuoji
Keo, It Tomanaga and (10 deck.
From Maui, per stmr Claudine, Oct 23
F Q Uoldsworthy, A 11 Locbensteiu, Mrs
Wahineaukai and daughter, Miss Machado,
l'.uymoud Itoyes, C E Coo, H P Jlaldwin,
Mrs T J MaUugliliii and infant, Mrs W 11
Alexander, Miss Mary Alexander, John
Itlchardson, Jno Kaluna, J J Driimiiiond
and daughter, Inoine, S Ahml, Mug Kee.
Achow, Ami, C II Ilroad, (1 P Wilder and
The schooner Aloha will ho hauled on
the Marino Unilway this week.
The German hark Park ienherg has
been chartered at ban Francisco for Hour
The Herman hark .1. C. Ptlnger, Cajit.
Woltors, sailed from San Francisco for
llremerhavoji, Oct. 13.
The now Puclflu Mail steamer I'nrn on
her last trip 'to the Orlont experienced a
terrific typhoon In the Eastern sou, bo
tu eon China and Formosa. The engines
had to he slowed down to just enough
speed to give her headway. Captain Ward
said yesterday that the Peru behaved
beautifully and proved herself a perfect
sea boat. S. F. Chronicle, '
Itobert Sudden, harkontino, Yniicouvor,
August 5th for Iimiquo, put into Tahiti (no
dato given), having encountered the same
hurricane that caused the loss of the W. A.
Cumpbell and damaged the A, McCallum
and other vessels. The Sudden encounter
ed tho hurricane in 13 N, 117 W. and lost
part of dock load, some sails and had rud
der damaged. Thu cablo dispatch comes
from Tahiti via Auckland. Captain 11. O,
Uhlborg, the master of tho Itobert Sudden,
Is an experienced navigator, and tho fact
the vessel escaped with such light damuge
may he attributed in part to his skill and
judgment, and in part to tho fact he.had a
thoroughly seaworthy vessel to handle.
H. F. Sltiimiwi l.ut.
HKOWN In this city. October 22d
H. Jlrown, a native of Ipswich, Mass.,
agcu 1- years.
FANNING At Petuluma, t'al., October
3d, Mrs. Catherine Fanning, aged (15,
native of Ohio, mother of Miss Jllrch
Fanning, of this city, Mrs. McCartney
and Mrs. J, 11. Tucker.
M'aUIHK-Inliultimoro, Maryland, Mrs.
Ann McOulre, mother of James W.
McGuIro of Honolulu, aged 85 years.
FLEMING In Honolulu, Octobo 21, ('apt.
Thomas V. Fleming, of apoplexy, aged
Funeral to-morrow (Tuesday) after
noon at 3 o'clock, from his lato residence,
L"B ".V-60'1 opposite Singer's bakery,
ban Francisco and Now Orleans papers
SteamorB Next Week,
Tho btoamor Oceanic will bo duo
from San Francisco on Tuesday,
Tho steamor Australia will bo duo
from San Francisco on Wednesday,
Tho steamor Gaelic will bo duo
from Hongkong and Yokohama, for
San Francisco, on Monday, October
LOOAIj AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho regular concort will bo given
at Emma Squaro this ovoning.
Bricklaying has begun for W. G.
Irwin St Oo.'s innnonso warehouse.
It is hoped to have tho now Cen
tral Union Church ready for dedica
tion on Thanksgiving Day.
Tho Reorganized Church had two
nnlivo converts baptized at tho Myr
tle Boat Club's house Sunday morn
ing. Threo cases of Saturday night
boozing contributed $18 to the treas
ury in tho Police Court this morn
ing. Tho Scottish Thistle Club, at its
mooting this ovoning, will inako ar
rangements for its Halloween social
next Monday ovoning.
Rainy weathor always makes a bog
at Morchant and Alakea streets.
Scorns to lmvo been bad engineering
in tho grading about thuro.
Tho Interior Olllco is closed this
aftornoon in respect to tho memory
of tho lato Captain John II. Brown,
whoso funoral took place at !) o'clock.
Part of tho piping for tho remo
val of dredgings from tho harbor is
laid at Kakaako. Tho work will pro
bably havo to await appropriations.
King street beyond tho bridge,
Pnlama waj', is undergoing ropairs
in an economical but otliciont way.
Most of tho material for crowning
tho roadway is got by tho roadside.
A Japaneso named Sako smashed
in a follow countryman's head with
a jug yostordaj'. Sako was arrested
on a eliargo of assault with a deadly
weapon and will bo tried on Thurs
day. A portion of tho audioneo Satur
day night vied with tho players in
furnishing eutorlaintnent. Tho sallies
of acquaintances in tho galleries
were moro numerous than lh" bou
Mr. Chas. K. Buckland, formerly
editor of tho Bulletin, is now editor
of tho American .Economist, New
York. A correspondent of the New
York journalist describes him as an
export writer on financial topics.
Another splendid issue of tho
Washington Post's G. A. R. edition
has Goon received. It contains 20
pages largoly occupied with illus
trated descriptions of ovouts con
nected with tho National Encamp
ment. Tho Board of Hoalth will find an
anciout nuisance to abate at tho
turning of Punchbowl stroot to Ka
kaako. Tho ton thousand slinks of
Cologne scorn to bo concentrated in
tho fow squaro yards at that corner
occupied by Chinese.
Messrs. Cartwright havo had their
house agency advertisements arrang
ed attractivoly in this papor about a
week. Ono house was leased in
threo days, and a second on tho fifth
after publication. Thorn is nothing
like knowing how and where to ad
vertise. Aiitono Porreira and Kanohoanu
wore arrostod on Saturday f night
fighting on tho sidewalk near the
Pacific Saloon, King street. This
morning in tho Polico Court thoy
claimeu that thoy were 011I3' pretend
ing to fight. Antono was lined $5
and tho other follow $2 for their
No moro bad whisky in tho Poitu
guoso colony for somo time to come.
In tho trial of a Portuguese store
keeper on Punchbowl in tho Police
Court latob for soiling spirituous
liquors, it was stated that whisky
was procurable at 5 conts half a
glass, and 10 conts a full ono. Some
of that liquor must havo como from
tho Punahou distiller.
Among several reports of sermons
against gambling and cognate vices,
in tho Chicago Tribuuo of Septem
ber 20, is that of ono by Row W. D.
Wostorvolt, who was latoly engaged
in mission work in those islands,
where ho made many friends by his
uniform courtesy and cordiality.
Mr. Wostorvolt is pastor of tho
Bethany Congregational Church in
"Tho Nowspapor Man," a maga
zine for printers, publishers and re
porters, has boon started ly Palmer
& Roy, San Francisco, tho typo
foundors and printers' supply
agents who furnished tho splendid
newspaper, book and job printing
plant ol tno uullltin. it is Deauti
fully printed and contains much en
tertaining reading in addition to
matter of groat practical value for
tho diuoront branches of its clien
tele. Public Concert.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. II. Borgor, leader, will
givo a concort this ovoning at
Emma Squaro, commencing at 7:!!()
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March Dcllllr. . . Ionhaidt
Overture Light Cavalry
Cornet Solo The Palace Hinder
Saxophone Solo (ucou Llljuokalanl
That'H what the wild wavos are saying.
Oh, what a diircreuco in tho morning.
My Mary Urean. (Solo sung by ILuiiul
Medley Musical Delusions Sehreiner
Fantasia Dance of the Aborigines Thiero
'Waltz Vienna Hon Dons . Strauss
Quadrille Tingle-Tangle Thielo
Tho enso of O. L. Cnrtor, assignee
of John Brodio, vs. Onhn Railway & The pain was terrible, and it was
Land Company, continued from Fri-1 thought thu burn was m sovoro as to
day, was going to tho jury this after-' sear the child for life. I sold the
noon before Judge Dole. hidy a bottle of ClmniberJain'ti Tain
Judgo Bickorton is hearing tho di- Halm, which, after greasing tho soro,
vorco suit of Isabella A. Ooiibalvcs ' she applied. It soon roinovod all
vs. Augusto F. Gonsalves, together , the liio and eased tho pain, and in
with tho cross suit of the husband ten days tho boy was well, no trace
against tho wife. This is tho second of tho scar remaining, .1.1). Mo
dny of tho trial. Castlo is for the Laron, Keysport. Clinton county, 111.
woman; Ashford for the man. i For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Tho Court sat in banco on Satur- Smith As Co., Agenth for tho llawai
day. I iau Islands,
Monday, Oct. 23, 1892.
Tho Assembly convened at 10
o'clock for prayer, after which tho
minutes of tho preceding meeting
wore road and approved.
Rep. Smith moved that tho House
adjourn until to-morrow morning; if
no Cabinet was then announced it
would be only fair to members hero
from the other islands that adjourn
ment bo had for one week.
Rep. Nawahi opposed adjourn
ment at all: considered it would bo
well to go on with tho business of
At l():t() tho motion to adjourn
was put and carried.
Illicit Distillation has a Molanclioly
Result -A Woman Uurned to
Death llor HuBband in a Serious
An alarm of fire from Punahou
was rung over tho telephone system
yesterday morning. The Central re
potted it as Going at George Robert
son's residence. Hardly had tho
alarm been given when both engines
wore out. Engine Co. No. I in tho
load tore out King street. The lire
proved to bo in a house where a
Portuguese named Da Cambra with
his wife and family lived. It was
extinguished by tho neighbors with
out tho aid of tho engines.
Tho names emanated irom ttiuier
neath tho Jiouse, and on examination
were found to hao como from a
distilling outfit situated in a cellar
excavated there. There woie two
largo bands of fermenting mash
and a copper still and worm. Pipes
connected the collar with the kitchen,
whoio I ho Muokn finally escaped.
TI10 woman had tiiod to extinguish
tho llamca vtith hot-hands, tlio llesh
of which was burned to a crisp. Tho
man aKo, eager to put tho tiro out
and hide their unlawful business,
was burned on the face and body.
Tho woman was removed to tho
Queen's Hospital, whore sho died
about (i:!50 o'clock in tho ovoning.
Sho was badly burned about tho
hands and arms, besides on tho lower
limbs and body, and suffered in
tensely from tho effects until death
rolioved her ngonj. Tho man's face
and body wore a mass of burns and
ho too was taken to tho hospital.
Dr. C. B. Wood was seen by a Bul
letin reporter this morning and
stated that tho man was resting easily
although badly burned, and there
are hopos of his ultimate recovery.
Thoro is no fear of his dying within
a day or two at least. A family of
fivo children aro thus rendered
motherless orphans. How long tho
still had boon in operation is not
known. To-day tho materials for
distillation wore removed by the
Groat credit must bo given to
tho efforts of Deputy Marshal
Mchrton, who arrived quickly on
tho spot and attempted to allevi
ate tho sullorings of both of tho un
fortunate paiticipators, on tho occa
sion of tho dreadful accident.
Professor Lyon, of Oahu College,
used his knowledgo and exerted
himself in providing Hour and other
alleviating means to reduce tho
painful feelings of the man and
woman. Doctor MeWayno in his
professional capacity aided in tho
relief of tho torments of tho fear
fully, burned pair, and, after over
threo hours work, succeeded in hav
ing them, as before related, sent to
The whole distilling outfit was
brought to tho Polico Station at
noon to-day, and consisted of
eighteen !)1 -gallon barrels, two of
which contained whisky. Tho cask
containing tho worm shows evi
dence of having been used a long
time, as did tho barrels. The odor
was onoiigh to knock a man down.
Residents in tho vicinity state that
tno illicit distilling lias noon going
on for six or seven mouths.
THAT OPIUM HAUL.
One Chinaman Pleads Guilty Tho
Othor Stands a Trial.
Tho trial of Ah Foo and Ng Chin,
charged with having 871 tins of
opium in possession, came up in the
Polico Court this morning. This
case, it will bo remembered, is tho
ono in which Marshal Wilson and
Deputy Attorney-General Croighton
made tho arrests. Ah Foo was ar
raigned and pleaded guilty. Sen
tence was suspended, Ng Chin
pleaded not guilty. Deputy Attorney-General
Croighton look the
stand and stated that on the even
ing of Uotolxir JUlh he, in conjunc
tion with Marshal WilKon and two
policomon, arrested Ah Foo mid Ng
Chin in a store, owned by tho Tong
On .Jan Co., Nuuaiiu street. When
arrested Ng Chin was seen to come
from tho storeroom where tho
opium was found. Tho boxes bote
tho linn mark of T. O. J. .Marshal
Wilson and thoollicers corroborated
Mr. Croighton's evidence. Mon Sui,
book-keeper, stated that the opium
belonged to Ah Foo, who rented a
room in tho back and used it for a
bloro-room. The case was remanded
by consent until to-morrow. Attorney-General
Paul Neumann and
Deputy Attorney-General Croighton
for the prosecution; A. P. Peterson
and W. 0. Achi for the defense.
A little boy of Mrs. McDonald's,
living near hore, fell against a rod
' hot btovo and was fearfnllv burned.
SAFE BLOWN OPEN.
Narrow Escape of Nino Hundrod
Dollars by Previous Romoval.
Somo timo botwoon Saturda night
and Sunday morning tho iron safe
in Mr. T. Hollingor's blacksmith
shop on Queen street was blown
opon. Ent ranco was effected t hrougli
a side door. Tho combination was
drilled out and n heavy charge of
powdor was insorlcd. Tho explosion
throw tho door against a locker,
knocked tho corner piece off it ami
broke a thick board in tho wall bo
twoon tho office and tho workshop.
Tho door was burst clean opon off
tho hingos. Tho safo-crackors wore
by no moans exports, as may bo soon
by tho clumsy way thoy, opened tho
safe. Fifteen dollars was taken by
tho burglars. After opening the
safe tho ransacked a lockor whore
Mr. Holbngor keeps his clothes and
scattered everything about. Tho
safe is of little value now, as it can
not bo repaired.
Mr. Hollingor had S!KX in tho safe
on Saturday aftornoon and came
pretty near losing thatj as he origi
nally intended to leave it there until
Monday morning. He was advised,
howover, by a friend to take it home,
whore it would bo safe This ho did
with tho result that ho is that much
in. It is claimed that tho Mutual
telephone operators heard thooxplo-.
sion early Sunday morning. Whore
was tho policeman on that beat?
A Good Thing to Keep at Hand.
From the Troy (A"mi.w) Chief.
Some years ago wo wore very much
subject to bovore spells of cholera
morbus; and now when wo feel any
of tho symptoms that usually pro
ceed that ailment, such as sickness
at tho stomach, diarrhoea, etc., we
become scary. We haxo found Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rluva Homed- tho ory thing to
straighten one out in such cumw, and
always keep it about. We aro not
writing this for a pay testimonial,
but to lot our icudoi.kuow what is
a good thing to keep handy in the
house. Kor sale by all dealer.
I3onon. Smith & Co., Agents for the
Encouraging Homo Talent.
Tho Board of Education of De
troit has adopted a resolution de
claring that liorcafter no person
shall bo eligible to teach in tho pub
lic schools of tho city who has not
acquired an entire education in tho
public schools of Detroit. Tho reso
lution is based on a statement of
oxporienco, showing that thoy are
tho most successful teachors. This
bars all college graduates. Undor
its terms half of the present forco of
teachers will bo discharged next
January, when thoir tonus of service
expire. Tho resolution also bars out
graduates of tho Detroit parochial
Something Now in Ranges.
The Pacific Hardware Co., (L'rt.),
havo jnst-recoivod nn invoice of tho
M. & D. "NVnooaiiT Steel Ranges
which aro snporior to anything of
tho kind yot ihventcd. Thoj- havo
boon adopted by tho United Stales
Nay and aro in n.so on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
othor now vessels. Also on several
of tho now vessels lately built for
tho trade botwoon San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of those Ranges
will at once show thoir many advan
tages over all competitors.
Among tho incidents of childhood
that stand out in bold relief, as onr
memory reverts to tho days when wo
wore young, none are more promi
nent than scvero sickness. Tho
young mother vividly remembers
that it was Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy cored her of croup, and in
turn administers it to hor own oir
spring and always with the best re
sults. For sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith A: Co., Agents for tho
rpm: axxuai. mri:tino ok thk
X Stockholders of the Waiannu Com
pany will bo held on MONDAY, Oct. : Hist,
nt ft) o'clock .. l at the ollieu of (!. O.
llerger. 0. 0. HKIKUMt,
FOR SALE OR TO LET
OXK 0001) Ul'KIOHT I'IAXOj ALSO
One Sqttaio l'iano. Will coll on rea
conablit terms or will let for Three Dollars
and Kitty Cent (fLW) per month. Thoy
will ho at liberty Xov. 1st, hut arrango
nients can bu made to mjo them by tele
phoning to tho undersigned.
5-lw X. K. HUKOnSH.
Royal Hawaiian Opmllofls
I,. J. Ijicvi:v,
lly request of audioneo who were
present on Saturday ovoning last to wit
ness tho Kirst Verfiirnianco of Tin: II -waiian
DiwMATic CoMi'ANV, and at the ur
gent desire of tho liundroilu who were un
able to gain tiilinisMoii
The Grand Hawaiian Romantic Drama
in Three Acts:
"The Wooing of Kaala"
Wll.l. III? HH'VAmi
On Thursday Evening
Jfoxt with Improved Appointment) and
In tho Interlude a Choice and Varied
I'rograinmo will bo presented, con
cludiiigwith theClrund Histori
cal Driuim in Ono Act;
Kapiolani Defying Goddess Pele
Koveral Scenes of the Volcano
will bo given,
" .Nothing succeeds liko miccesH."
Don't miss tho opportunity to see
a Hawaiian Dramatic Company who can
hold their own on an) stage.
Prices as Usual, 50c, 75 o. and SI.
fjtf- Secure your tickets early at I.. J.
Ijvoy'H and avoid tho ontsh. &ant
YITA OIL CURES MUSCULAR SORENESS.
HOHltON, NEWMAN vt; CO., Agents
why vor snort n taki:
(Tasto ans Eftoetunl. 1
I For Sick- Headache, $
I I mpaired Digestion,
Liver Disorders andj
I Female Ailments.
Renowned all over the World. J
CmcrcJ nllh a Tanlolf n ft Soluble Cooling, i
a 'ii'i for neecham' and take no others.
e at St. Helens, Kngl.inil. Sold by
S drug'iits and dealers. Price SB cents a J
Sbox. New York Depot. 365 Canal St. S
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COUXKK KOI IT AK1) KINO STISHCTS.
THE PIN PUZZLE
rhore li n now l'nzzlo out. TIiIm inno-ci'iit-lookiiiK
brain tormentor N railed tins
I in l'uzzlu, mid nnyliody ran iiiiiLi'.inui for
lilinxclf with a hit of iiiiiiit ami peni'll and
six pln. Hon) U the diagram:
The object is to otlck s-i pins on
six of thu black dots in such a man
ner that no tno liins shall be on the
same linu, either noiuoutal, vertical or
Although it may lie dilllenlt to work out
this l'iile, .still tliero is nodilllcnlty in un
derstanding or npptpciuting the I'ol'icios is
sued bv the r.QUlTAUI.i: UK13 ArSUK
AXOliSOOIin'Y. Thcv aro clear, business
like, Loncisc and simple.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
tieneral Agents for Hawaiian Island1-.
The undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
mi: Tin cri.i:miTKJ
KltO.M Tim WOltKS OK
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Aro now prop-ired to givo VNtiniates and
receive Orders for theo Ihiglnes,
of any s-ie and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AUK NOW .MAXUKAOTlTllIXd A
STYI.r. OK i.ocomotivi:
Adapted for Plantation Furposes
A number of which havo ncenth been
received at then Islands, and u ii have
pleasiiii) in fiirnixhiug plantation agouti
and managers with particulars of muiic.
The Superiority of tliCN) Locomotives
over all other makes is known not only
here but i acknowledged throughout tho
WM. K. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Solo Agoutis for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Armory Building, - Beretanla St.
INrSTUUl'TlOSB CI IV UN
ID ay Sc Evening.
Ladies' & Gents' Bicycles For Hire
11Y TJIK DAY OK 1IOU1I.
l'liblio hkallng: Monday mid Saturday
evenings, from 7:Iiu to Kl. Krlday evening
for Ladles and thoir 12-corlM only. Illo.xclo
Uissonsi Tuesday, Wednesday and Thius
daj. Bicyolo Repairing Solioited.
with rinrliius. iiImiii mc-
oud-haud l.dider Harness.
II. W. SCHMIDT A hOXb.
T IS lIKtJl'IXnil) THAT AM.
X claims of eery nature and desciiptiou
against tho ftudornlgncd bo sent to .lossrn.
1'. ', Jones anil (indfro) Drown at as early
a date us possible.
Honolulu, Out. 17, lb!)-'. Wl-lw
Bicyc c Hilling So tool.
Ex. " W. H.
HID (JOODS YOUJ1AYJD HKHN WAITING FOR
and which wo havo
expected, arrived by (he above vessel 22 days from San
"Wo do not wish (o
stopped because yon could not
TAiti MixKit. AVe have them
and the Cocktail will be all the belter for being mixed in it.
1'i,atkoiim Soalks with Bag attachments are new with
ns and are
needed on sugar and
City Ftirats, the
had of ns in any size.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroot, Honolulu, : : : : Onno. Sprockets' Bank.
FALL SEASON 1892.
AND FOLLOWING DAYS.
104 Fort Street, HonolviVu..
Ojlici' of . 11. Himihinii, Chief of Construction, VarUVx
Cnliimhiiiu Kxposilha, 11.0 Tlir J'uoLvrii, Chieuijo.
m. a. sm-:n nnv plate go.,
fit. Lou in, Mo. .
My luxt order for Plntex arrived very promptly. 1'leane neeept'
thmihi for heiny no prompt.
r wish to nlnte, Hint f inn uximj your I'luten exclusively for nil
work done on thexr iroundx for lite official record of construction.
Of course comment by me to the ijood iuolitirx of the Seed
Plate arc entireli unnecesmiry, ',
Very sincerely, '
C. I). AllXOLl),
The Seed Plates
rar jsfm for s.a.:l.e cdiI-TT by
109 Fort Street,
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
ItY LAST STKAMKU A KIMJ, 1.1XK OK
BLACK G-OODS I
Iliad; Cashmere r.Mncli wide, SO cents per
yard and upwards.
Bind; India Lawn, lllack French I .nun.
lllnck Satteeu In l'lalii and Klgured.
lllack Calico In I'latu and Kigured.
B. F. EHLERS &
worn out tvno tellintr von we
the, use of 1
got the right sort of Coriv-
the double shnllle sort
only means of purifying
it of bacteria, microbes and nind, can-be
Hats & Bonnets
mm c H mm:m
Honolulu, EC. I.
lShutk, Cotton, Bilk uiid Kid (lloves hi all
lllack Stockings for I-adles mid (Children,
lllaek Silk Warii llenrietto Cloths,
Ktc, lite., lite., i:te.
CO.'S, 99 Fort St