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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 1892.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 1892.
THURSDAY, Oct. 'Si.
Am sclir Geo''Aiiics, Davis, 54 dnvs from
Newcastle, N B W
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Jtktno W H Diiuond, Nelson, for San
Stmr W G Hnll for JIuui and Hawaii at 10
. ' , ,
The schooner Aloha was hauled on the
Marine Hallway this morning.
The steamer V. Q. Hall will sail to-morrow
morning at 10 o'clock for windward
Tho harkentino W. II. Dimond willloavo
to-morrow for Ban Francisco with with n
cargo of -rico" and sugar. .
. Tho steamer Walalealojs being got into
readiness for' business, as the opening of
the sugar season approaches.
The five-masted schooner Governor
Ames, Kj'X) tons, Captain Davis, arrived to
day, 54 days from Newcastle, N. S. W.,
The barkentinc Skagit arrived off port
yesterday afternoon and Pilot Ilabcock and
Dr. Trousseau, I'ort Physician, went out,
hut could not see her. This morning the
pilot wont out again but failed again.
Shortly after he come in the Skagit was
seen making for port and Hying a flag.
HOW TO TJBINK MILK.
Interesting Facts to It's Many Con
sumers. Tho following warning given in
Science Sittings may prove useful to
our roadors: "Do not swallow milk
fast and in big gulps. Sip it slowly.
Take four minutes at least to fiinish
a glassful, and do not tako more
than a good, spoonful at one sip.
"When milk goes into your stomach
it is instantly curdled. If you drink
a largo quautity at onco it is curdled
into one big mass, on 'tho outsido of
which only tho juice's of tho stomach
can work. If you drink it in little
sips, each little sip is curdled up by
itself, and the whole glassful finally
finds ilsolf in a loose lump made up
of little lumps, through, around and
among which tho stomach's juicos
may percolate and dissoLvo tho whole
speedily and simultaneously. Many
peoplo who like milk and know its
value as a strongth-givor think thoy
cannot' uso it bocauso it gives them
indigestion. Most of them could
uso it freol' if thoy would onhydriuk
it iu tho way wo liavo described, or
if thoy would, bottor still, drink it
hot. Hot milk seems to lose a good
deal of its density, and ono would
almost think it had boon watorod,
and it also seems to lose much of its
sweetness," which As cloying to somo
It Was Played -Through.
This morning's Advertiser is in
error by reporting tli'o band playod
only part of last night's program.
Tho eight piocos wore played with
out intermission, only tho singing
was omitted on account of dampness
oi tuo air lor tno string instruments.
Thoro was a goodly number of peo
ple, till tho heavy down pour camo
and tho baud made room for tho
pooplo in tho Baud Pavilion, to pro
tect thorn from tho rain. Tho solos
wero all well executed; then bo it ro
memborod that, except one, woro
now hands ut solo playing, Tho
bassoon solo by Sam. Kaili caused
great morrimont and profound in
terest. Sam only plays tho bassoon,
having playod it for about'four years
and this was tho first timo that over
a bassoon solo was played in public
iu Honolulu, Sam was a little timid
well, noxt time it will bo bottor. Tho
band will play to-night, weather per
mitting, at Quoun Emma Hall, wnon
part of last night's program will bo
'During my term of sorvico iu tho
army I contracted chronic diarrhoua,"
says A. E. Bending, of Halsoy, Or
egon. "Sinco thou I have used a
groat amount of medicine, but when
1 found any that would givo mo re
lief thoy would injure my stomach,
until Chamborlninrs Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy was brought
to my notice. 1 used it and will bay
it is tho only remedy that gave mo
permanent relief and no bad results
follow." For salo by all dealers.
Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents for the
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. F. A. Schnofor hn9 roaumod
tho functions of Consul for It nh' and
Tho drodgo cnino into port yeslor
dny af tornoon nftor n couplo of days'
scraping on tho bar.
Tho caso of J. W. McQuiro against
Ernst Schwabach for damages was
sottlod out of Court this afternoon.
A Chinaman named Ah Yo, re
cently nrrostod for gaming forfeited
$10 in tho Policb Court this morn
J. F. Morgan sold a small pieeo of
land at his salesroom yostorday for
$110. Tho proporty is situated at
Iwiloi. . .
On Sunda' morning noxt at, 11
o'clock Pastor Isonborg wiU hold a
sorvico for Gormaus in thoY. M. C.
A heavy thunderstorm broke over
tho city in this early part of last
ovoning. The lightning Hashes were
J. F. Morgan will hold a sale oT
gonoral merchandise from tho store
of A. Silva & Co. at his salesroom at
10 o'clock to-morrow.
Moonlight ovonings again. Sea
bathing at the Long Branch baths is
in ordor. Gonial Jim Sliorwood
will niako you comfortablo and wol
como. Diamond Head, II p. in. Weather,
clear; wind, fresh west. Barkontino
Skagit, schooners Governor Amos,
Kulamanu, Haleakala and Mary E.
Foster off port.
An official notico appears of tho
reception of His Ex. J. L. Stevens,
U. S. Minister Plenipotentiary, Cap
tain W. H. Whiting and oiheors of
tho U. S. S. Alliance at tho Palace at
Tho Scottish "Thistle Club will
hold a quiet social concert for mem
bers and their friends to celebrate
Hallowo'en in tho good old fashion
ed stylo, on Monday ovoning noxt,
beginning at 7:30 o'clock.
Hon. C. W. Ashford was reported
as .being busily engaged at tho luau
yesterday at Waikiki, taking snap
shots of tho hula dancers. Ho is
said to have secured a choico selec
tion. Tho cabinet wasn't in it.
Tho Commander and officers of
tho U. S. S. Alliance woro received
by Her Majesty tho Quoon this
morning at lolani Palaco. His E
colloncy J. L. Stevens, U. S. Minister
Resident, presented them at Court.
D. L. Huntsman, editor of tho
Liberal, has boon given tho g. b. on
account of his allowing conospond
euco writton by an ''irresponsible
kid" signing himself "F. G. H." to
be inserted in last Saturday's issuo.
Mr. Huntsman is now hunting for a
Dr. P. A. Skinner, of Toxarkann,
Arkansas, is an enthusiast in tho
praise of Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
Ho used it for rheumatism, and says:
"I found it to bo a most excellent
local remedy." For sale by all deal
ers. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
The trial of Charles Leonard,
charged with robbing Mrs. Colburn
on Monday night, was to have como
up in tho Police Court this after
noon, but owing to C. "W. Ashford,
counsel for tho defense, boing on
gaged in tho Supremo Court, it was
postponed till to-morrow.
Tho father of Hon. J. A. Akiija of
Waimoa, Kauai, and fathor-in-lhw of
Hons. Win. White and S. K.' Aid
died at his residence, Maunakea
street, last night. Tho funoral took
place this afternoon and was headed
by a detachment of tho Hawaiian
band. Tho intormont was at Pauoa
Extra Mince Pies at tho "Eliie."
Hall's Safes are considered tho
Root Boor on draught at Benson
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for salo.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith A; Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, the store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Tho ono-minuto self-raising pnn
cako meal makes most wholesome
and nutritious cake.
For island views and art istic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sevoriu tc j
Bolstor, Fort street. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, ft!) and (51 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or '
month 2re. and f0o. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Aunt Abboy's cooked rolled oats
is advertised in another column ns a
healthful, economical and delicious
dish for breakfast.
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sumo giving instruction iu private
or iu classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Residence, Alnkoa street.
near tho Y. M. 0. A.
Little Hurry Morritt, tho cole- '
bratod boot polisher, has arrived i
from tho Coast and has resumed
business at tho old Union stand,
"Merchant street, and will bo glnd .
to boo his old patrons. '
Dr. McLennan has removed to Aln
koa street opposite tho Y. M. C. A. !
hall, premises lately occupied by Dr, '
Lutz. Office hours, 0 to 12, 2 to !, I
and ovonings (5 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1. '
Boll telephone 197 ; Mutual (582.
Ho said that if she would give him
a kiss he would not ask for another.
"But, dear," slio said roguishly,
".ui.nf :r r .,.,w,i ,,.,,. i.,..-)'' uni, '
that will be all right," ho assured
her, "kisses aro like sheep, when one
loads tho othors follow." Detroit
A Sorios of Interosting Cases in Two
Before Chief Justice Judd a for
eign jurj' yostorday returned a ver
dict for tho plaintiff, Josoph Lazarus,
in his suit against J. E. Gomes, for
Iho valuo of a gold bracelet sold by
him, and alleged to bo of baser ma
terial than tho price called for. A
judgment for plaintiff rendered in
tho Polico Court was affirmed by
Judge Dole at Chambers, and from
it Gomos appealed to n jur' with tho
result stated. Thurston & Frear
for plaintiff; Hatch for dofondnnt
appollant. Georiro Dilliniihani vs. Hawaiian
Government. Case. Thurston &
Frear for plaintiff; Doputy Attoruoy
Gunernl Creighton lor defendant.
Plaintiff claims 10,000 damages for
injuries received in a carriago acci
dent, caused by nn excavation in tho
street being without a beacon light
at night. The trial began yesterday
afternoon and tho defense was on
this afternoon. Tho Chief Justice
sustained plaintiff's objection to evi
dence by Polico Justice Foster, on
tho ground that tho minutes of what
was not a court of record woro not
admissible. Tho object of tho do
fonso was to show that (ho Govern
ment had taken action, as soon as
tho disappearance of the light was
made known, by pursuing, arresting
and prosecuting a person who had
stolon tho lanturn from tho street.
Polico Captain Larson gave evidence
of his having arrested tho culprit.
Judgo Bickorton was hearing Ha
waiian jury cases this morning. Tho
following nro records of two cases
''Tho Quoon vs. Ahakuolo and
Ano (w.) Adulter. Appeal from
Honolulu Polico Court. Attornoy
Genoral Neumann for tho prosecu
tion; Kane for defendant.
"After a jury had been drawn, Mr.
Kane asks to bo allowed a few min
utes to consult with his clients, after
which ho loluins and withdraws tho
plea of not guilty, and both parties
"Mr. Kane further states that tho
parties are going to got married ami
asks the Court under tho ciicum
stanccs to bo lenient with them, es
pecially as tho former wife is also
about to got married (a divorce hav
ing boon granted n few days sinco).
"Mr. Neumann asks tho Court for
consideration, as thoy aro going to
"The Court suspends sentence till
Saturday tho 2l)th inst. at 9:30, when
both parlies aro ordered to bo in
"Tho Queen vs. Mann. Maintain
ing lottery scheme. Attornoy-Gon-oral
for tho prosecution; Kaulukou
"Tho defendant on being arraigned
pleads guilty as charged.
"Mr. Neumann states to tho Court
that, as tho defendant pleads guilty,
ho thinks tho lino of 100 excessive
and too sovcre, and asks to have it
"Mr. Kaulukou addresses tho
Court, pointing out tho woman's
foeblo condition and poverty, and
asks tho Court to bo loniont.
"Tho Court sentences tho defen
dant to pay a fine of S50. Mittimus
issued accordingly with costs S1.50."
H. E. Mclntyro has an articlo
which will bring joy to many a
thrifty or tired housewife. It is a
condonscd savory brown soup made
in England, which may bo put on
tho table smoking hot in fifteen
minutes after tho kettle boils. As a
bosis for stows, currios, etc., it is
equally good as can bo avouched
from personal trial. Try it for your
selves. " I consider Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy a spocilic for croup. It is
very pleasant to tako, which is ono
of tho most important requisites
"whore a cough remedy is intended
for uso among children. 1 have
known of casos of croup whoro 1
know tho life of a little ono was
saved hy tho uso of Chamborlnin's
Cough Reined'." J. J. LaGrango,
druggist, Avocu, Neb. CO cent bot
tles for salo b' all dealers. Bonson,
Smith Si Co., Agents for tho Hawaii
Ibhnuie Ma, I want a bicycle.
Mother Johnnie, you should not
desiro anything too eagerly in this
world. Johnnie (hodgingly) But I
don't want it very badly. Mother
(decidedM Well, I can't encourage
every little passing whim. You
can't have it. AVw 1'orA Herald.
Juggles That poor artist does
nothing but wator-colors. Waggles
i--That's why ho hasn't struck oil
yet. AV' York Sun.
it ih nr.QUi:s'n:i) that am.
JL claims of every nature and description
against thu uudorttluiit-d be Mnt to Mors,
1', ('. Jones and (ioilfrey Ilrtmn at as early
a date as possible
BAM U Kb I'AIMCKU.
Honolulu, Oct. 17, 1WIJ. Ml-lw
ticntlu l-'aiullv Car-
liauu Homo, wry isooil
, dratt animal ; am illiug
to oxchaugo for Good
j Baddlo Hoiuo. Address
"H 100," "at thin
LOST OR MISLAID
lit) KOlt TWENTY
J Shares Mutual
standing in thu uiiuiu of Georgu C. Heck
ley. Transfer has been stopped, Finder
will please return to
' OKOnUUO, UECKLHY,
KKVJw Or to Wilder A Co.
LOST OR MISLAID
tlEUTlFlOATE NO. 181 FOR TWENTY
fihares Mutual Telephono Stock,
standing in thu name of C. II. Judd.
Transfer hai hcoii stopped. Finder will
pleuse return to
V. M. SWANZY,
At tho otllt-o of T. II. Davies .v Co.
Subwribt for the Daily Jlulletin, 50
cents per month,
USE VITA OIL FOR SPRAINS
HOUllOS, NEWMAN A CO., Agents,
WHY YOU S1I0VI.1) TAKK
Ifnm&n lsdro wr
In tho dar Ume
ntter o coodj
ci cut's steep,
lion and stomach
'i "J SB B C tr riininvliiR tlio wnnto
. V"nEll2 miiifr -which la oleic
.' tiic ins sTBtnm, nut euro nil nlllonn
: inn Nrrvmm nianrurr-w, ana mil
iUli-Uy rrllT sick Hondnrtic.
i -.nvrrt with a Taiteltii and Soluble Coating,
v n'n'l rfriiKviMn. Prlre 2S conta a box,
t , Vork Ilnimt. 3fii Canal St.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COltNKK FORT AND KING STHK1
Reach for tho Griddle in One Minute I
Only Milk or Water IUsiuired 1
A Combination of icals Entirely New !
Makes Most Wholesome and Delicious Hot
W Nothing hut PUKE OKEAM OF
TAKTAlt and SODA used for leavening.
Ask Your Grocer For If !
MITCHELL & PETERSON,
San Francisco A gouts.
Bf.m. HI TELEPHONES Mitiiai. Ill
? !).75 Per Cord..
l'-50 Per Cord
$11.00 Per Cord..
4 Foot Lengths
. . .Sawed
Sawed and Split
. ... OHIA.
$13.00. Per Cord 4 Foot Lengths
$15.f0 Per Cord , Sawed
$17.00 Per Cord Sa'wed and Split
fjtr" Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTAOE & CO.
N. U. Wo guarantee our Wood to ho
sound and freo from worms. Mb-tf
Armory Building, - Beretania. St.
Ladies' & Gents' Bicycles For Hire
HY THE DAY OR JJOUJl.
Publiu Skating: Monday and Saturday
evenings, from 7:.'i0 to 10. Friday evening
for Ladies and their Escorts only, lliuyclu
Iaissoiis: Tuesday, Wednesdayaiid Thurs
day. Bicycle Repairing Solicited.
Iktri' Emrine d Boiler !
IN GOOD WORKING ORDER,
For particulars or terms apply lo
W. A. WALL,
KimvKvim (Ltk wtii tiik Govi:iinmi:.nt
P. 0, Hox Ul. Mut'uiUlVlo, 41U.
c jxttTti -fff-V.
il Bill is A
rpHK UOYAIj HAWAIIAN HOT1X t,'().
JL has leaded the (itoiicrty Iwhiiusliiu; to
the present, will lie open to the public us
an annex ot the Hotel, and will he known
as the "Hotel Park Annex." Ite-idoi the
main house there am Three ('ottuj-cs ail
inlrahly adapted for families:
1 "1 ho "Windmill Cottage" containing fi
Itooms, Kitchen and l.anai.
j. iicmerr, jvii,, in wntKiki, wili'li
. ill niiinirti. niiii'ii nil
2 The "Green Cottnee" containlm; Par-
lor, I lied Itooms,
.1 The "Seaward Cottage" with I Good
Rooms and a Dressiuu lEooni.
All tho Cottages are well-appointed In
Furniture. Fittings, etc., and tenants will
he entitled to hatliing privileges. Thu "en
bathing heing unsurpassed on the Island.
The Main lluilillng will he reserved for
the use of the guests of the Hotel, hut It
may ho icnted for I'lcnics, ltiithlng Par
ties, Dinners anil Dances, etc., forall which
purnoscs it oilers e.ccntiouaI advantages.
A charge of Tweuty-tlvo tf:!0) Dollars will
ho made for tho use of the House and
Uathim;. l.i: its. etc.:
prepayment Is remiiied for intended use of
tho Slain Building and Grounds.
W For further particular application
should ho made to thu Manager of the
ltoyal Hawaiian Hotel. fi'J7-tf
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS. Prop.
FULL LINE OF
At prices which we c-.Mahlii.licd on
commencing CASH lltisine.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakos 25 cts.
Farina Bouquet, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Curly maple, 4 Gates 2D cts.
Vud Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Gents.
tt See our I'inu Lino of
Blank Books oi all Descriptions.
Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
Call and see our Goods before Imv-
ing elsewhoie. Last but not least
- A I.MKIK VAlllKTt or
Novels & Popular JBound Books.
THE PIN PUZZLE
There is a new Pus'le out. This innocent-looking
brain tormentor is called the
Pin P117I0, and anybody can make ono for
hlinxclf with a bit of paper and pencil and
six pins. Heie is thu diagram:
Tho object is to stick six pins on
six of the black dots in shell a man
ner that no two pins shall bn on the
samt! line, either iioil.oiilnl, vertical or
Although it may ho dllllcult to work out
this Puidu, still tlieiu Ih no dilllculty iu un
dcrstandlng or appreciating the Policies Is.
sued by the EOll ITA RLE LIFE AHSUR
AN0ESOOI ETY. They aru clear, business,
like, concise and simple.
BnUCE & A. J. UARTWRIGUT,
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Wffl.6. Irwin & Co.
Win. G. Irwin, - President and Manager
Glaus Hpreckeis, - - - - Vice-President
W. M. Gill'ard, Secretary and Treasurer
Then, 0, Porter Auditor
AUKNIH OP THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
E AVER SALOON,
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea. and Ooffee
AT ALL HOIKS.
THE FINEST 1JKANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALtt'AYH ON HAND.
H. J. ISTOI-iTE, Prop.
Office of ;.7. liurnhum, Chief of Contlrurtian, World')
Columbian Exposition, 11J8 The Rookery, Chicago. )
May 0, 1S92.
M. A. SKUl) DllY PLATE CO.,
St. Louis, Mo.
My order for Plates arrived very promptly. Please accept
thanks for briny so prompt.
T wish to state, that J am using your Plates' exclusively for all
work done on these ground far the official record af construction.
Of course comment hy
Plate ' are entirely
The Seed Plates
:ar are for. S-A-T-jEJ
109 Fort Street,
N. S. SACHS',
104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
j lfave you seen-the New llonian Saxhes at X. S. Sachs' Storet I
Have, you seen the, Sight Uouns that arc selling for $1.00 at Sachs'
J tare you seen the Sew Art Silks Jor Drapes and Fancy Work rj
Have you seen the Manvijuetairc Undressed Kid Ulovcs for $I.5V a
Pair at Sachs' Storet j
Hove you seen the Sew Silk Striped and Polka Dot Chatties ati
Do you know that the attest Sovelties and Most Stylish (iomts can
always be found at Sachs' Storet '
P.Y LAST STEAMER A FCLL LINE OF
BLACK G-OODS I
Hlack Cashmere 12-ineh wide, .10 cents per
yard and upwards.
Hlack India Lawn. Hlack French Lawn.
Hl.ick Satteen In Plain and'Flgured.
Hlack Calico iu Plain and Figured.
B. F. EHLERS &
C- J MCCARTHY,
(NEW BULLETIN BLOCK, MKKCH.INT STKL'ET)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Inr ..ranee Placed. Collections Attended To.
REi-jTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
ANY HUSINESS ENTRUSTED TO ME WILL RECEIVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
Bruce & A. J. Cartwrifjht.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
u Cottage on Nuu
.'t. adiolnlui: the
residence of Mr. Thomas
Soreiisou, nicely appointed ami with agiee
able surroundings, suited to a small family
anil within an easy remove from thu btat
of thu City. Terms $ lri per mouth.
A NIOECOTTAGE WITH
il pleasant grounds on
Hiirctauia street, a few doors
from Keeauiuoku street, re
cently occupied bv Mrs. Carney, entrain es
ironi moling and lioretuuia streets, jioiisu.
Stables and Outhouses all complete, and
in llrst-elass order. Street Cars pass the
front door every twenty minutes. Terms
11 per mouth, Including water rates.
NOTE -Hehiro seeking or clo-ing bar
gains ojsowhorc, it will pay you to scan our
column, and to at onco consult the under
signed at their ollice.
M-Wu kcop,pnnirty iu llrst-elass eon-
dltlou. Our terms am moderate and as
landlords wn will alwajs he found rcaMiu-
able In our dealings.
IW Apply iu each case to
BRUCE or A. J. 0ARTWRIGUT,
"Cartwright Hulldl'iig," Merchant street.
FOR SALE or LEASE
iiicit ny Mr. n. nuiir, win
lie for sale or lease at rea
sonable urice or rental. Thu Grounds eon.
tain u Mtriety of Fruit and Ornamental
Trees. Thu Commodious Dwelling is weI
furnlshed with modern Impioumiciits and
conveniences, l(noui) Ham ami a '.'-lloom
Cottage for servants. For further luirtlcu
lurs, apply to JOHN UNA, i
Olllco luter-lslaud Steam Navigation
50 cents a month,
as to the, good qualities af the ScciH
C. J). A H.XOU),
KCoxiolvilvi, H. I.
Hlack, Cotton, Silk and K.UI Gloves in all
Hlack Stockings for Ladies and Children.
Hlack Silk Warn Henriettu Cloths,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
CO.'S, 99 Fort St
To Lot or Luaso.
JL uisht 1 Room
tiallv li-atcd. Inqiilrit at
1IUM.KTIN Ollice. :J-tf
HOUSE TO LET.
7V. street, oppositu Gov
cruuieut Hutldliig. luipiire
at ). GcrU's Shoo Store.
DUVAL PR1J.M1SF.S, HI
Heretaula street, on
poslte Fort street church.
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.fcl'l'l.. -W ... I. IHUIHI.
.h-'-tf AtTheo. II
Dlivics .V Co.
X rooms, on
street, with Hatlirooin, pat
ent W. ()., etc. (kiiuiiiauds
one of thollnost view sin Honolulu. Apply
to 1177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
COTTAGE ON NUUANU
street. No. ltDJ. Six Rouius .".
a Hathroom. Outhouses.
. till ill Kinni iiiiiui, itvni ...... T "I
..11 I.. .......I ..-.I..- 0.... ,.,ilu -Il In.
eluding water rates. Also a Cottage Iu the
rear oi above, at if 1-'. Applv at this ollice.
HECOITAGEON HE- i
. retauU street No, U, &J
irthwcst corner on niaukn flu;
lo of road, containing 6 JCLty
besides Hathroom, Kitchen, Pan
Tramwav ears passing. Apply to
II. W. SCHMIDT A SONS.
A NICE COTTAGE ON
Heretaula street, near
Piikoi street, containing
Parlor. 2 Hcdrix-ms. Hath
room, lilulugroom, rautry unit iviicnen,
hervanl'- room, Carriage House, Stable, eto.
TmiiKuiis pass every 'M minutes. Aptly at
ollice of this pajmr. 4fe-tf
The Daily Jlulletin is delivered by
carriers for 50 cents jier month.
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J$ i.-z&M, tt