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OAIIU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KIIOM AND AFTKU OCTOIHJR 1. 1802.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. .0:1.") 8:15
Arrive Honciilliill,7::20 ii:57
Arrive Honolulu .8:3.') 31 :r"5
l'nviu. CiTY 1.01UL.
Arrive Pearl City.
Leave. I'enrl 01ty..tl:,V'
Arrive Honolulu 7:.'!0
s Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
8 Saturdays excoptcd.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FKIDAY, OCT. 28, 1892.
Selir Kulamnun from Walpio and I'oholkl
Behr llulenknlu from Koun
Se.hr Mary K Foster from Kauai
Schr Ka Moi from Hutmpcpe
Htmr Kaala from Kithuku and I'unaluu
Knmw, Oct. 28.
Stmr W U Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
JIM no V H Dimond, Nelson, for San
Kor Maui and Hawaii, pur stmr Y O
Hull, Out 28 Mrs Lack and ehildrcn, Miss
Logan, 3 K Nahalcftnd wife, John Kapahu,
A Dowsott, Martin Leo, D O'Connor, T II
Davies, V M Swany, Miss Makainai, Col
S Xorris and W deck.
The diedgor was taken out to the bar to
day for opeiations.
Tho barkentino V. II. Dimond will le.ivo
for the Coast to-morrow at noon.
The barkentino Skagit, D Robinson mas
ter, arrived in port this morning from Port
Gamble. She had 58.',50l ft rough N. V.
lumber and 100,0110 shaved shingles con
signed to Wilder it Co. The barkentino
Skagit is docked at the Kort street wharf
hore she will commence di-charging to
morrow. ADVERTISING NOTES.
Extra Minco Pios at tho "Elite."
Hall's Safes are considered tho
Gortz has a card in this
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
. C.J. McCarthy
street for salo.
has lots on Lililia
A roward of $10
lost cigarette caso.
is offered for a
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of H.,
will meet this ovoning.
S. Ehrlich has a notice regarding
bills duo to tho Temple of Fashion.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Marshal's sales under execution
aro advertised for Novomber 12 and
Sunburn lelieved at once bv Cu
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ka Maile has removed to 103 Fort
sheet, t lie store formoily occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Thoro will bo a one-mile skating
race to-morrow evening at tho rink.
Eutr) fees aio placed at SI.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallory, Soverin A,
Holster, Fort street. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, 51) and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month '25c. anil i0o. u night; .$1
and $1.25 a week.
Mr. E. H. Schwabach calls for all
accounts or claims of nnj-kind against
him, to bo presented before Novem
ber 2, as nouo will bo acknowledged
after that date.
Little Harry Meiritt, tho cele
brated boot polisher, has arrived
from tho Coast and has resumed
business at the old Union stand,
Merchant street, and will bo glad
to soo Ins old patrons.
Dr. McLennan lias.iomovod toAla
kea streotj opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr,
Lutz. Ollieo hours, 9 to 12, 2 to J.
and pvonings (J to 7 ; Suuduys 10 to 1.
Boll, tolophono 197 ; Mutual ti82.
Tho cry of dull times has in no
way intorfored with tho Hawaiian
Hardware Company securing some
vory handsome articles in the States,
tho beauties of which aro, in a nioas
uso, sot forth in their column adver
tisement in this paper.
At the Opora House.
Mr. Crowley says that additional
chairs will bo provided for all parts
of tho Opora House to-morrow night
and an elaborate synopsis of tho
entire ontortainmontj will bo distri
buted. Some old historical tableaux
and native singing will bo a feature
in tho intorludo. Only Howaiiaus
will porform, Hor Majesty tho
Queen has graciously signified hor
intention to lie present togothor with
tho Queen Dowager Kapiolani.
i m w m
Dr, P. A. Skinner, of Toxnrkana,
Arkansas, is an enthusiast in tho
praise of Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
Ho used it for rhounintibin, and says:
"I found it to bo a most oxcollont
local romody," For sale by all doal
ors, Benson, Smith & Co., Agents
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Don't fail to see tho entertainment
a.t tho Opora House to-morrow night.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
This is Indies' night nt tho skat
To-morrow wcok will tako plnoo
tho picnic of tho Sons 6f St. Geoigo
at Bomond Qrovo.
Hon. .7. S. Walkor is circulating
neat cards of tho Alliance Assurance
Company a.concorn with tho snug
capital of 5,000,000.
Tho Hoalnni Boat Club will hold
a mooting this ovoning at No. 2
Engino llouso, at 7:o0 o'clock, to
discuss plans for a now boat house.
It is oxpoctcd a round hundred
Chineso will leave for China by tho
Oceanic on November 1st.
75 will tako out return pur-
Through tho courtesy of Capt.
Davis of tho Gov. Amos wo are en
abled to present our many leadois
with an excellent illustration of that
Do Cambra, tho Portuguese in
jured at tho firo at Punahou on
Sunday, is still alive, although very
weak. There aro hopes of his ulti
Tho second and final presentation
of "Tho Wooing of Kaala" will tako
Opora House. It
An attempt was mado at Schaofer's
cornor yostorday to blow up a cor
pulent candidate for tho Cabinet by
moans of a loaded cigar. A so-called
Government organist, out on bail
for another alleged crime, supplied
tho light. No nrrestsl
Tho Bulletin has had a pleasant
call from Mr. T. T. Williams, who is
here representing tho San Francisco
Examiner. Ho has been diligent
since his arrival in collecting infor
mation! on '10 l)ont'cal situation,
and, boing an experienced reporter,
his letters ought to bo valuablo to
tho Examiner and its readers.
J. Clias. Harrison, M. D., a mem
ber of tho .Royal Geogiaphical So
ciety of England, will aruve on the
Australia. Dr. Harrison is a famous
travolor. Ho was in Capo Town
whon Stanley, who was on his wav
to tho Congo, put in there for coal.
Ho entertained Stanley at dinner.
Dr. Harrison has won a wide cole
brity as a lecturer on hygienic sub
jects. Mrs. A. M. Longshoie-Pottfa, M. '
D., tho distinguished Philadelphia
Quakeress 'and lecturor, will arrive
on tho Australia. She contemplates
a rest here until tho Mariposa sails.
Many of tho loading society ladies
aro much interested in hor coming
and aro circulating a request to have
her lecture, which it is understood
will bo complied with. More par
ticulars will bo given to-morrow.
Ono Thousand Dollars Damages
a Street Accident.
George Dillingham was given
S1000 damages by a foreign jur
yesterday afternoon in his suit
against tho Government. Tho facts
of Mr. Dillingham's meeting with an
accident on King streot wero fully
reported in tho' Bulletin tho dnj'
after it occurred. Tho Government
is not satisfied with tho jury's vor
dict and has moved for a new trial.
Thurston & Frear for plaintiff; De
puty Attornej'-Gonoral Croighton
Boforo Chief Justice Judd. Pow
Keo vs. Wilder
i.ivji. ii uoni u tj mm. aim, i
rildor's Steamship Coin-
lago. Appeal from Police ,
Honolulu. Hartwoll for i
plaintilf; Hatch ior defendant ap
pellant. This is another claim on
account of goods destrojed in the
burning of tho Kahului warehouse.
Boing tried bj" a foreign jury.
Yamaiiioto, the Japanese chaiged '
with forgery of recoipt to a poital ,
money order, pleaded guilt v this
morning and wai bontencod to one '
year at hard labor and to pay a fine '
H. F. Poor, charged under iio in
dictments with embezzlement, asked
leave to pload at next term, which
Tho Chief Justice will hear tho
following cases, jury waived from
October term, in their order, begin
ning at 9:80 Monday, Novoinbor 7:
Onhu Hallway & Land Company
vs. L. Kapu. Hatch for plaintiff;
Smith for dofondant.
Campbell vs. Hookano. Moimar
rat for plaintiff; Kane for defendant.
J. F. flackfold ot al vs. F. Ludo
vico, Peterson for plaintiff; Josa
Ah Lo vs. Tai Lung. Ashford for
plaintiff; Hatch for dofondant.
Minister ol tlio Interior vs. Spreck
ols & Bros. Caitor for plaintifl;
Hatch for dofondant.
Egan ic Giinn vs, Browoi et al.
Potorson for plaintiffs; Hartwoll for
Tho Court will sit in banco to
morrow at 9:1)0 o'clock.
Jurors will not bo required at
torni nftor to-day's session.
J. W. McGuiro's suit for .$10,000
damages, for false ai rest, against Mr.
Schwabach, was settled out of Court.
A Big Luau to Celebrate tho Evont
How It's Dono in Hawaii.
A local hoadod "Stolon Bride" ap
peared in this paper tho other day
roforring to a Voting half-casto om
ployod in Hollistor's Soda Works,
who had secreted a young damsel
for threo days, when sho was located
by tho father and tho lad forced to
marry hor. Preparations have boon
mado for a grand limn, to tako place
at tho father's place on Borotania
street. Invitations have been issued
to a largo number of friends and if
tho preparations of a more auspicious
beginning of a mariied lift can bo
made it will not bo tho father's
This way of settling differences is
not uncommon in Hawaiian life,
Another episode exactly similar to
tho present ono happened only a few
weeks ago at Kamoiliili, when a hack
driver was forced to many a girl by
an irate papa.
Description of the Schooner
LARGEST FORE AND AFT VESSEL
Record of Hor Eventful Yoyago from
Newcastle, N. S. W.
Tho fine lie-niasted schooner
Gov. Ames, in command of Capt.
Davis, was towed into port this
morning, although she was reported
oH Diamond Head vsterday after
noon. Largo crowds of curious on
Largo crowds of curious on- '
lookers wore attracted to tho city
front to seo this noble specimen of
naval architecture. The Gov. Ames
was docked on tho Ewa side of tho
P. M. S. S. wharf. Tho steering gear
of the schooner was noticed to bo
covoied with heavy coils of rope,
and on enquiry tho information was
elicited that the rudder head had
been carried away in a heavy storm
which tho vessel encountered in tho
vicinity of the Kermadec Islands on
Tho Gov. Ames anived at Port
Pirie, Australia, on July 1 with 1,823,
OOO leol liiiiiboi fioui -Pugot Bound.
Sho was then chartered lo load with
coal at Newcastle, N. S. W., for Ho
nolulu. This was accomplished and on
September 2d tho Gov. Ames loft
Newcastle for Honolulu with 2500
tons of coal 1500 tons consigned
to Wilder Ac Co. and 1000 tons on tho
On the fir.it day had moderate
breeze and cloudv weather, and on
! tho second it commenced to get
rough, and heavy rains set in. The
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schooner pitched ten ibly, shipping
a largo quantity of water m deck.
The foresail and mainsail woio car-
tied away, being litoiallv torn into
shreds. This state of affairs con
tinued until tho fouith day, whon
the seas moderated and a pulling
bieco sprang up. Tho following
da,, however, a heavy sea sprangjip
and the spanker and forosail went
by tho boaid. On tho sixth day out
n moderate In eo70 Fet in, but only
for a short space of time, as squally
weal hor set in again tho following day
the et-sel again shipping considera
ble water and canying away every
thing Ioom) on deck. Crossed tho
meridian on Sept. lllth, 11 days out,
in 180 W. in fine weather. Tho day
after a heavy gu-it of wind carried
away some of (lie light sails, On
Sept. 15 the schoonor encountered a
heavy storm, causing her to pilch
and ioll considerably; could not
make any headway, and in tho latter
part of the day tho ruddoihead was
carried away. Tho accident oc-1
cm rod in tho vicinity of the Kor-
inndec Islands, northeast of Now i
Zealand, in 28 deg. f.'l Int. S., 17ti
deg. 2.'hn. W. Tho baionietor regis- I
tored 29.70 degiees. Considerable
trouble was experienced in keeping
the schooner on hor course owing to
the accident, the seas washing over
liei at intoivals. The fury of the
blast finally- abated and a boat was
lowoicd in older to make temporary
repairs to her steering-gear. Ilo
piiiru wore effected after sooral
days' labor, some of the sailois Inn
ing to go into the rough sen.
After oeiythiug had been put
into shipshape light winds set in
, and thoro was smooth sailing for
several days. On September 25th
tho mu.eii sail and jibs wero torn
away, and the following day the
foiosail was carried away, This re
peated carrying away of sails caused
1 some delay ami men were Kept busy
patching up. Shuck trade winds
on September 29th and experienced
t a steady trade up to Oct. 2d, when
tho mainsail was carried away again,
and on the following (by the fore
sail went flying. Fine weather set
in ami tho Gov. Ames went bowling
over th'e crest of the sea like a bird
with hor full set of sails to tho wind,
repairs having been made. On Oct.
l.Hsoinoof hor light sails woie car
ried away again.
The damage, howe or, was slight
and repairs wero effected without
delay. Experienced light gale-, off
and on up to October 22d, whon Ha
waii was sighted, and arrived off
Honolulu yostorday afternoon with-
l out further adventure. After meot-
ing with the accident, however, hor
steering gear was disabled two or
threo times, but no serious injury
1 was contracted.
Captain Davis, the skipper of tho
fivc-maslor, is accompanied by his
wifo and fnmily. Ho received a Bul
letin roportor with cordiality. This
paper is indebted to him for tho cut
of tho schooner which appears in
DESCIUPTION OP THK H.SSKL.
Tho fivo-inastod schooner Gov.
Ames was built at Onldoboro, Maine,
in 1888 and is one of tho finest fit tea
out vessels afloat. Her dimensions
aro: length, 2(J0 feel over all, 21 feet
hold and T0 foot Imam. Sho carries
all the latest inipnneinonts, having
st o.iin capstans and steam winches
to hoist hor sails and anchors. The
cabin is nicely fitted out, tho inside
boing finished with antique oak. The
captain's quarters consist of two largo
and airy rooms. Sho is of l(8!).8i
not tonnago. It may bo interesting
to many to know what tho different
masts aro called: they aro tho fore,
main, middle, niir.ruu and jigger
masts. Tho schooner does not carry
any coal on dock.
Monkoyod With a Rovolvor.
An accident happened this morn
ing to Mr. Percy Gaidiner, which
might have proved fatal. Whilst
cleaning his revolver it went off, the
bullet grazing his chest, inflicting a
light wound and burying itself in
tho opposite wall. Dr. McGiow was
I promptly in at tendance and pro
nounced tho wound not serious.
Thoro was a rumor around town
that tho aforesaid alleged accident
was an attempt at suicide. Gardi
ner is tho young man who has mado
himself notorious by his periodical
"blowing up" of tho police, for not
making any hauls of opium. Ho
also led tho Port Surveyor on a wild
gooso chase a lit t lo while back in
quest of opium.
THE HIGHWAY ROBBERY.
Charles Loonard is Diachargod
Charles Lconaid, better known as
"Gamoy tho Sport," was tried i the
l'olloo Court this morning on a
chargo of highwoy robbery, alleged
to have been committed on Monday
night on Alaltea street. Tho evi
donco of Mrs. Colburn, tho woman
who was lobbed, was vory meagie.
Sho left tho Central House with
Leonard in tho pallor, two other
women accompanying her to tho
door, where she bade them "good
night." Only a fow yards from tho
house sho was knocked down and a
satchel containing $-10 was taken
from her. Thoro was sullicient light
to allow of her giving a description
of tho robber, although on a pre
vious occa-iion sho said it was dark
and ho could not bo described. Sho
described tho robber as shorter and
thinner than tho "spoit," with black
moustache and darker skin, dressed
all in black. The man after lobbing
her ran into a lane aboo Dr. Mc
WaynoV. Tho evidence of tho other women
was that Leonard was diessed in
white a'nd sat in the pallor up to (ho
time that Mrs. Colhurn's ciies wero
Tho only diiect testimony was
given b a Portuguese servant of
Mr. Hopp, a fow doors below the
Central House. He stated that he
saw Charles Leonard stand leaning
on a fence when Mis. Colburn came
along, and saw him run away from
the place whore tho woman was rob
bed just as the cries woio heard.
Leonard ran into the alley and
through a side door in tho tear into
tho Central House, over where Leo-
nauts room is situated, ilo later
emerged without his coat and tho
witness saw him run toward Mrs.
Colburn as if to render help. Tho
Portuguese was nrsl on tho scene,
tho two women and Leonard coin
Police Justice Foster held that tho
evidence was iusufliujeiit and ho
thought that conviction would not
foko place boforo a jury.
According to the evidence of the
women there was a timidity which
bespoke a "horse of another color"
- something behind tho scenes.
This was apparent to those who
woio present in Court and heard the
"I considor Cliniuhorlniii'h Cough
Huiiiody a Hpueifii for eroiio, It is
vnrv nlciisant to tnko. whicli is ono
! of tlin most iniiiortnut recmisitoa
wlinro a eolith niinwly is intonilod
for nso among cliiluron. 1 liavo
known of 'asos of croup wlioio 1
know tho lifo of a littlo ono was
sawd by tlntiho of (Jhainhorlain's
Cough Jomily." !. o. LdClrango,
druggist, Avoi'ii, Null. BO font bot
tles for salo by all dealers. JJonson,
Smith it Co., Agonts for tho Hawaii
lean Legion of Honor, incutx THIS
(l'riduy) i:VKN'IK(l at 7:30 o'clock, at
llariiiony Hull, Kine, street.
JOS. M. OAT,
A(ioli)i:n cioAitirrri: oasi:. a
reward ot f 10 will bu )uid to Under
whu will return it to
Mil. II. K.bOHWAllAOH,
&J0-51 Huwulian Hotel,
WHY YOt' SIlUl'LD IAKL
A - wwnnrwwwwrvw ww w- www m
ii Dislodge Bile,
i : Stir up the Liver,
i Ouro Sick-Headache,
::Eemovo Disease and
;:PrnmnrA ftrtnrl TTonlrh.
; ; Oorered with a Taitcleii & 8olabla Coating, J ;
; Famous the world over. i;
Ak lor Dtechara's and lake no olhert. J
"Of all druRinli. Trice 2B centi a box. J'
! . New York Oepot, i Canal St. ,
Hobron, Newman & Go.
COUNIllt rOUT ANiriCINO STHRKTS.
Members of Lodge Le Progres
do rOceanis No, 124,
it vvi: di:i ihki ro civi: a
Grand Picnic & Dance
AT - -
0. November 19, 1892
5 .1 hi
Sons nf )l liw
On Saturday, Nov. 5th.
I.OOKDl'T KOI! A (UlOI)TI.Mi: !
Return Tickets $1; Children SOc.
Foot Races, Games, Etc., Etc.
Good Prizes to 'oo Competed For 1
r.-.T-1 1 1
'j i If
DAILY AND WKHKLY
Itoadlug Journals in tho IUngdoni.
The "Daily Hawaii Holonma,"
Hah iliu Ijirg.ii Ciiculatiou on tlin Ixlands
and I- the I'.ust .MliIIiiiii F(i.
Ad vji lining.
Mh.Tiich. 1C. Nthmi'I. will receive all
lulvcitNciiiciits and tiaiii-act all business
3 Orrni.: "lticnit; lllock," corner
fu mini and Qui en htreet (uiislai).
Union Gas Engine Co.
(Incorporated .May 111, IK1!.'.)
-MANurACTintniib oi'1 Tin:
Regan Vapor Engines
Iloriontal A Upright,
btatiuiiiiiy A Marine,
(ins A (jasoliiie Kimines,
I'liinps A LiiuncheH.
fds-tf Hilii Agent (or Hawaiian Islands.
Hasrimoed In Dr. Koole's premises mid
olllce, corner ol riincliliowi nun nero-
tunlnMreets, during hlsali-.ence.
,, ,, ., il'roin tlio 11: !D a. m.j
Ohici: 11 onus: .j , f, , 7 to b r. m.
LOST OR MISLAID
CHlItTlI'lCATi: NO. lilt Rill TWHNTY
; hhurcH .Mntuiil Teleiiliono Htock,
HlnnilliiK In the nuiiiu of llcori?" '. Heck
lev. Tiansfer lias bieli Btojuiutl. l'indei
will nlease rutin 11 to .
1 01:011m: c. in: kli;y,
MWiw Or to Wilder A Co.
LOST OR MISLAID
"HUiTlKJCATHNO. Ibl Toll TWKNTY
J Hliaros Mutual Telephone Block,
HtaudlliK in the 11:11110 of C, 11, .ludil.
Transfer has been stopped, I'lmler will
iikusu return to
1 M. SW'AN.Y,
At tho ollieo of T, H. Davius a Co.
PICNIC and DANCE!
Office of J). II. lturnhum, Chief of Catittmcthn, World's)
CnlumMnn Exposition, 1143 The Kookery, Chicago.
May 9, 1S92.
.1. ,1. SKK1) 1)11 V run: C0.,
St. I A) uh, Mo.
My tail order for Plates arrived very promptly. Please acept
thunl.s for bciiin so prompt,
1 wish lo state, thai 1 am uiiiiy your Plates exclusively for all
uorh done ouf these ifouuds for the official record ofconrtructlon.
Oftoline comment by me ai to the good iiitulttiii of the fjted'
Plat A are entirely unnevesviry.
C. 1). A11X0U),
rer .a.:r.:e! nroiR. sale otsrrJ5r by
109 "Port Street,
104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
Have yon iien the Xeu lloman
you ic'-n the Xiyht Clowns
Have ioii tern lm Arte Art S'Hu
'iv' .Slon Y
j Han ioii seen the Moniaiutain Umlreiitd Kid (iloveti Jor $1.60 i
jVr at '.Sarin' Store f
Jliice you "ten the AVie Sill. Striped and 1'oll.a Dot Chuillei ali
j -vie.' Sluie'
Do ioii hn dip that the l.nlt s Aer
I'ldidif lie moid (if .( tii .wrer
i!Y KAfsT fTKA.Mi:u
lllut'k (.'iislmiuro U-iiR'h wiriu, W) cent wr
nnl mill ujmmtls.
Dlauk India l,awi. lilttrk Pro nc 1 1 I.aun.
lllauk buttcun in Plain anil Klinm-il.
Iilnck Calico in I'lain and Ki'Kiiri'il.
B. F. EHLERS So
(NEW 11ULM1IN BLOCK, JlbltCIIANT Sri!i:ET)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
AXY r.lTMNlb LNTKLVIT-I) TO Ml'. WILL ItLVKlVK l'KOMIT AITKNTION.
llruoo & A. J. Citrlvright.
At Prices to Suit the Times.
1. in ban CottiiKii on Nun
f'T-t i "
resilience of Mr. Tiiouias
horenson, niiely appointed and wilhaKiee
alile siirioundifiKs, suited to a small fmnih
and within an easj remove from the heat
of the City, Terms $18 per month.
nleiisaut (.'rounds on
ileretaiiia street, a few doors
from Keeaiimoku Htreet. re-'
cently oicupleil lv airs. 1 urnoy, entrant en
from'Youuu and llcrctanla streets. Ilou-e.
Ktables and Outhoues all lompleto, and
In llrnt-class order Htreet Cars pass the
front door oven twenty minutes, Jerius
$-'.! per month, Including water rates.
NOl'i: llefore hcekint; or clolnt; bar
gains elsewhere, it will pay you lo scan our
column, and to at once consult the under-
signed ar, uieir ouice,
tfVii kiep propert in llrst-clas,. con
dition. Our terms are moderate and as
landlords wo will always he found reason
able in our dealings,
tW Apply in each c.isu lo
BRUCK or A. J. CAIVTWMGHT,
"Cartw right lliiildlng," Murcliant strict.
VOR SALE or LEASE
rpilUMJ IILhtltAIILi; .Ai -v-x
1 1'ieniises latelv oceu. A5V .
,,l,l 1.,. tr f. knl.r tilll IB. ! ! ! ' -.r-
I10 for sale or liasiiat rca- JdiPEii
sonablu nricu or iciital. The (Iroumts eon
tain a Miriety of Kruit mid Ornamental
l'rtcs. The Coiiiuiodious Dwelling is well
furuisliid with modern liiipioutiuciits and
eoueniences. Itnomy Darn and a --Itiiom
I ottago for serMints. Jor further particu
lars, apply to JOHN KN'A,
Ollieo Intur-lslaud Steam Nnvlgatiun
Daily Hulletin, SO
cents a month,
i il "
"Honolulu., H. I.
.Sashei at X. .". Stirhi' .Storet
that are m llingjor $1.00 at bath'
Jnr Drape- ami Fancy Work' uti
lint and .Most Stylish (looils can
a. rui.i. un ii or
I Iilnck, Cotton, fcilk ami Kill Gloves in nil
l.lai'k Slocking-' for Ladies ami Children.
1 Iilnck Silk Vnrj lk'iirictte Cloths,
i;tc, Ktc, j;tc, rjto.
CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
To Iiot or Lcasa.
J nishc 1 liooni
I'll 1 1-cun-
1 1 ally IfHMti'd.
HOUSE TO LET.
Acottaolon Qinir.N jy -
street, oppo"itu (io- A-.'l'(!J.ijr
. it. .ti 11. - - 1 1... mi - .'-.,
at 0. (lert's Shoehtore.
Helium fjn j ixvriijai
DUVAL l'llKMISKfi, 111
llerctauli street, 011
iiiisllii Kort street ohurcli.
Apply lo It. I. LILLli:,
.t-iJ-tf AtTheo. H.
llavles V I'o.
i:v Hoiihi: ok nvi:
rooms, on .Magazine
striet. with Ilathroom, pat
fill v. O., tc. t'otninaiidi
ono of tho tlnest viewu In Honolulu. Apply
ACOTTAdi; ON MIUANU Jiii.ih
street, No. tHO, hl llooms iVV
and a ilathroom, Oulhousus, &&2lrfcr
etc.. all in good older. Itvut only fM, in
cluding water tutus. Also u Cottage lu.tlie
rear of above, at U. Apply at this ollloe.
rpnni'oTTAiir.oN 111:- k.xu --
1 retallia street No. Ji-I, &$??&,
nortliw est corner on inaiika mttiti.Titt
sidu of road, containing fi "liySiSS.
besides ll.itliroom, Kitchen, I'au
iiuiu i.irs pasting. ApplA
II. V. MUlMIDTAbWrj
(aula street, near
l'iikoi street, coutaiiiini:
l'arlor. 'i Hedroouis. llatli-
room, Dinliigrooin, l'untr) and Kitchen,
bervanr room, Carriage llouso, htatne.eto,
1 raiiieais liuss every
otlicu of this paper.
The Daily llullitin is delivered by
carriers fur 50 cents ptr month ,
1 .-. Jedc.. fajy.fe;.flv H