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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND APTBll OCTOltKU 1. mi.
A.M. A.M. 1'
Leave Honolulu.. .(l:ir 8:1ft 1:
Arrive Honoulliill.7:'.!0 !):,r7
lcavolloiuiuliiill..7:.W 10: 1.1
Arrive Honolulu. .SAV 11 :5ft
I'r.Aiu. Oity LOCAL.
Leave Honolulu i:10
Arrive Pearl City 0 :4S . . .
Leave Pearl City..(l :5ft
Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays exeoplcd. t Saturdays only.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATUHDAY, OCT. 29, 1892.
Btmr (! It Bishop from Koloa
Btinr Kinau from Muni and Hawaii
Stmr. lames Makee from Kauai
Htinr MoKolii from Molokai
Stinr Waiuianaln from Maui and Molokai
Btmr .1 A Cummins from Koolau
SlTUlllIVY, Oct. '20.
Bktno W H
Dimond, Nelson, for San
Btmr C H Bishop for Koloa
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Btmr Mokolii for Molokai at ft in
Htinr Waimaualo for Molokai and Maui
Btmr James Makee for Kauai at 5 p in
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr .las Makee 21 10 hags paddy, and 31
Btmr Kinau 1 mule, Itcow, 230 hags pota
toes, 82 hags corn, 25 hags gingor, 3!)
hdls hides, 12 hales wool, 130 pkgs sun
For San Francisco, per bktno V H
Dimond, Oct 2 OH Klrhom, J II Howes
; aim J jn rreston.
s . From Hawaii arid Maui
ui, per stmr Kinau,
F Judd, Jr. K O
ale, L do L Ward, J
Oct 2!) A Armitairc, A
Hitchcock, W W Goodale
W Winter. F Schmidt. Mrs Bella Martin
Bra, Mrs J Weight, Arinin Haneberg, Mrs
Kaiiiu Waipa, Mrs W II ltickard, Ah Seo,
F Northrup, Hon W Y Homer, Hon F H
Hayselden, August Haneberg, C H Koso,
A Fernandez and 133 deck.
Tho schooner Aloha came oil" tho Marine
Tho steamer Kinau reports fine weather
and a pleasant trip.
Tho bark J. 0. QIade is discharging coal
into the schooner Mary 13. Foster.
The harkentine W. H. Dimond, B. O.
Nelson, master, sailed at noon to-day fcr
San Francisco with the following cargo:
!K) bags rice, A. F. Cooke; 410 do., 51. Phil
lips A; Co.: 1315 do., Sing Chong it Co.;
3550 do., M. S. Clrinbanin it Co.; 1211 do.,
Hyman Bros. ; and f)3J8 hags sugar; W. O.
Irwin it Co. Weight of domestic cargo,
1,331, 120 lbs., value, 52,071.
BWANJ5Y In Honolulu, Oct. 28, Oeral
dino Fiances, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
F. M. Swanzy, aged 3 years and 5
COfThe funeral service will he held at
Nuuanu cemetery at t p. in. to-day.
HEALANI BOAT CLUB.
Decide to Havo a Picnic to Raise
Funds for a New Boathouso.
Tho Healani Boat Club hold a
special meeting at the Boll Tower
last night to neuss and arrange lor
tho erection of a now clubhouse.
.TJio unanimous voulict of tho moni
borslias boon for some time past that
a now boathouso was a necessit3' and
must bo built.
Tho meeting was confined to do
vising ways ain, means to meet tho
desjrqd end, "and it was finally de
cided to have a moonlight picnic at
Romond Grovo on Friday next. A
committee was appointed to oxpo
dilo arrangements for a genoral
good outing at tho grovo, tho at
traction of which will doubtless
draw a largo concourse and return a
respect able . fund.
Tho public should holp tho boys
in blue as niuoh us thoy can so that
tho club can onjoy more congenial
quartors adapted to tho invigorating
pastimo. This will stir un snort in
Not Wisely But Too Woll.
Polico Justice Foster gave judg
ment, in tho case of Alfred Silva
charged with seduction in tho Polico
Court this morning, Tho case has
boon dragging on on from month to
month on points of law, and has at
tracted a good deal of attention in
tho Portuguoso colony. Silva was
sentenced to pay a fine of SWX) and
$4 costs. Silva is under another
chargo of being found unlawfully
on another's proinisos. Judgment
in this case lujs been suspended until
The parties implicated in tho af
fair aro young and good-looking, tho
girl being about 18 years of ago, and
tho lad nbout a year older. Marin
consented to marry tho lad, but ho
refused, as, it is alloL'od. ho was en
gaged to another. C. W. Ashford
appeared for the prosecution; A. P.
Peterson, W. O. Achi and Coren for
defendant. An appeal was noted.
Dr. P. A. Skinner, of Toxarkann,
Arkansas, is an enthusiast in the
praise of Chamberlnin's Pain Balm.
Ho used it for rheumatism, and says;
"I found it to bo a most excellent
local remedy," For bale by all deal
ers. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents
for tho Hawaiian Islunds,
"Wooing of Knnln" nt
A ono-milo sknting rneo will tnko
placo nt Iho rink to-night.
Tho band will givo its regular
concert at Emma Square this after
noon. Tho Sons of St. George picnic will
tnko placo at Hcmond Urovo a week
An Aorinotor wind mill has boon
erected in tho paddock adjoining
tho Mutual tolopnono building.
Tho Legislature will convene on
Monday morning at 10 o'clock, when
it is hoped it will meet a now Cabi
not. A j'outig nativo lad named Ka
mnkn was reprimanded in thol'olico
Court this morning for playing
Tho oho fa game scorns to bo dying
out. All tho banks are confined to
Maunakea strcot, while formerly
thoy were all over town.
Gangs of prisoners are at work all
ovor tho city fixing the sidewalks
and curbings. Tho result is a great
improvement in appearances.
Tho steamer Kinau brings tho
nows that thoro has boon abundance
of rain on Hawaii, tho sugar crops
looking as thoy novor did before.
Tho Portuguese band marched up
to tho top of Punchbowl last even
ing, plaj'ing their instruments on
tho way. The torchlights wore plain
ly visible in town.
The presidential election in tho
United Stales will take placo a week
from not Tuesday, and tho restdt
will bo known by the S. S. Mariposa
duo on November 18.
Hon. V. H. Corn well wishes to
state, in contradiction of a state
ment in tho Advertiser this morning,
that ho attended no caucus and
know of no caucus last night.
Mr. Callondar, who camo hoio
from England with Mr. Theo. II.
Davies, wont to Hawaii by tho
steamer W. G. Hall, having been
licensed as a lay reader for tho
Anglican Church in Hamakua.
Captain Dudoit, of tho steamor
Waimaualo, had a cancer removed
from his neck whilo ho was at Molo
kai this last trip. Tho Captain had
to be put under chloroform and tho
operation occupied four hours. Ho
is doing as woll as can bo expected.
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Company
havo had a column advertisement in
this paper for only two days, yet tho
increaso in thoir business has been
so great that thoy had to hire ox-
Sressos this afternoon to liinko
olivories thoir own wagon could
Mr. H. ,T. Gallagher has resigned
tho first assistant toachor's posit iou
in tho Koyal School. Instead of tho
"now idea" ho will honcoforth leach
pineapple plants "how to shoot," in
tho latest fruit company formed.
Mr. H. W. Peck, who resigned tho
samo position when elected Genoral
Secretary of tho Y. M. C. A., has
boon appointod by tho Boaid of
Education to succeed Mr. Gallagher.
Extra Minco Pies at the "Elite."
Hall's Safes aro considered the
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy lias lots on Liliha
street for salo.
A. R. Rowat, V. S., has given Hon.
W. F. Allen full power of attorney.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith A: Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumbor Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
Yoo Hop k. Co. want all claims
against thorn presented bofoio Nov
Ka Maile has removed to ltl.'l Fort
street, the stoio formerly occupied
by Frank Gorlz.
Eor island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sovcriu it
Bolster, Fort street. Amateur work
Dr. Harrison is announced to
lecturo to men only, at tho Opera
Houso on November ikl and 7t h first
Mechanics' Homo, Bi) and (il Hotel
stioot. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; SI
and $1.25 a week.
Mrs. A. M, Longshore-Potts, M.D.,
is announced to lecturo to wonion
only, in tho Oporn Houso on
1, 5, 7 and 8 first
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will ro
hiuno giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
noar tho Y. M. C. A.
Little Harry Morritt, tho cele
brated boot polishor, has arrived
from the Coast aud has resinned
business at tho old Union stand.
Merchant streot, and will bo glad
to seo his old patrons.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
kea street, opposite (ho Y. M. C. A.
hall, premises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollico hours, t) to 12,2 to 1.
and evenings (5 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Bell telephone 197 ; Mutual 082.
The Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. II. Borger, loader, will
givo a concert this afternoon at
Emma Square, commencing at l:!l()
o'clock. Following is tho program;
Overture Tim Oath Auher
Chorus Taiinhauer . Wuimer
.. ... . . it. . .... . ... . i'
u-uariouci doiu jiirouK" I'oreii ami
Selection- The Mancottu
Cornet Solo L'ulharluii
End of tho Octobor Term -The Banco
Sitting Put Ovor.
Tho October term of (ho Supremo
Court was adjourned sine die. by
Chief Justice Judd, presiding, at
11 :!50 this forenoon. No banco cases
wore heard as intended, being con
tinued to Monday, November 21.
A foroign jury yesterday after
noon returned a verdict for tho de
fendant, in tho damngo suit of Pow
Keo against Wildor's Steamship
Company. Mr. llartwell, for tho
plaintiff, noted an appeal.
Judge Bickorton, hearing divorce
oaes at torm, yostorduj- granted
Ermina Sylva a divorce from Mnnuol
Sylva, on tho ground of cruelty and
failure to maintain. A. P. Peterson
A motion for a now trial in tho
broach of promise suit of Alice K.
Ayors vs. W. Mahuka has been over
ruled, and tho plaintiff has appealed
to tho full Court.
Bonds havo been foifoited in tho
following cases: Tho Queen vs. Ka
miniura Kintaro, malicious injury
and mischief; appeal from Ewa
Polico Court. Tho Queen vs. Louis
M. Johnson, common nuisance (deal
ing in immoral pictures), appeal
from Honolulu Polico Couit.
G. D. Preoth has been defaulted
in tho assumpsit suit agaiiiht him of
W. C. Peacock. Hatch for plaintiff.
Tho cases of 5T Chinese, charged
with attempting to land unlawfully
at tho port of Honolulu, are con
tinued. Also, (ho case of All Sun,
who appeals from conviction in tho
Polico Court, for maintaining a lot
.ludgo Biekorlou yesterday grant
ed the petition of A. L. Cron to bo
adjudged bankrupt, and appointed
Wednesday, November 2. for hear
ing proof of claims and tlio election
of an assignee. A. S. Hartwell for
Ah Foo and Ng Chin havo appeal
ed to tho Supreme Court from Polico
Justice i-osier's sentence of S2.j0 fjno
and one year's imprisonment for
opium in possesion. Tho appeal of
Ah Foo, who pleaded guilty, is for
mitigation of sentence, and that of
Ng Chin for reversal of judgment
convicting him. Their case is that
of tho largo haul of opium at tho
store of the Tong On Jan Company,
Nuuanu street, by Marshal Wilson
and Deputy Attorney - General
A Man Named Boki Arrostod and
Tried for tho Offense.
A man named John Boki was tried
in tho Polico Court this morning for
tho laicony of SM, the property of
Kalaukoa, policeman, on Wednes
day last, at Maemno.
Tho evidence of Mrs. Kalaukoa
wont to show that on "Wednesday
last she called Boki, who was a ser
vant, and told him to accompany her
to a stoio to buy a few necessaries.
After walking some distance she felt
her pockets and found sho had for
got her purse. She despatched Boki
to the house to get tho money. Tho
woman awaited tho leturn of Boki
in vain. When sho returned to tho
houso sho found tho drawers ran
sacked, fourteen dollars taken, and
no Boki in sight.
A man who inhabited tho next
room heard the jingling of coin when
Boki was there, but did not think
anything strange about it. Boki was
sought by tho polico, who arrested
Boki made a statement in his own
behalf aud Polico Justice Foster sus
PAID THE PENALTY.
A Che Fa Bankor Toils a Year
a Fiuo and is Set Froo.
A man named J. Goldstein was
sontenced by the Supieino Court on
Octobor 2'J,"l8i)l, to pay S.r()0 lino for
violating Section .'1, Chapter 41 of
tho Laws of ISSli, by conducting and
managing a die fa bank in partner
ship with others on King street near
tho King street bridge. It will bo
remembered that the case interested
a largo number of thecho fa players.
The bankers wore all found guilty,
including J. Kane, A. Keuini and
others. Tho rest paid their linen
but Goldstein was unable to meet
tho demand and he wont to prison.
Goldstein appeared in the Polico
Court this morning and was released
from custody under Section 2, Chap
ter 51 of Iho Penal Code, which pro
vides that a prisoner working out a
fine in prison for ono year may bo
released by two judges if satisfied
that ho has no property to pay his
fuip. This appeared tho case to
TtTslor and Wilcox, ,1J.
Mr, Robert Lishman is putting
two now memorial window's of stain
ed glass into St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Ono is in memory of Captain Schoon
maker and Paymaster Arms of the
U. S. S. Vandalia, who lost their
lives in tho Sumonn hurricane in
1889. The other is in memory of
Captain Nichols of 11. B. M. S. Cor
morant, who died almost in sight of
his homo on board his ship while re
turning to England. All three of
these naval officers while hero woro
constant attendants at worshin in
tho cathedral, Paymaster Arms tak
ing his placo as a member of tho
choir for a 3'ear. Tho windows aro
on tho right hand side of the navo
from tho entrance. They represent
tho bcone of Christ rebuking tho
wind and waves, tho appropriate text
running along tho base of both win
dows. " I consider Chamberlain's Cough
Roiuody a specific for croup. It is
very pleasant to take, which is one
of tho ino.it important roquihitos
where a cough remedy isntended
for use among children. 1 havo
known of cases of croup where I
know Iho life of a little one was
saved by tho use of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy."' J. J, LaG range,
druggist, Avoca, Neb. 50 cent bol
tlo for salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawaii
MRS. LONGSHORE-POTTS M. D.
Tho Distinguished Quakeress to Ar
rivo on tho Australia.
Tho following is tho request to
Mrs. A. M. Longshore-Potts, M. D.,
to which roforonco was made in yes
"HoNOLUU', Oct. 27, 185)2.
"We, tho undersigned, would ex
perience personal pleasure and bene
fit and beliovo our fellow-cilizons
would experience I he same if you
would deliver a "eri's of lectures
hero. We recognize the fact that
you havo achieved a widely extend
ed reputation and fame. If during
your brief stay hero you will lecturo
wo aro confident you will receive a
most cordial reception.
"Signed Anna C. Dole. Mrs. A.
Mc Wayne, Miss Margaret A. Car
roll, Mrs. B. M. Allen, Mrs. Mary S.
Whitnov, Mrs. Chas. T. Gulick, Mrs.
Emma L. Dillingham, Mrs. T. Ward,
Prof. F. A. Hosmor, Mrs. Esther K.
Hosmor, Mrs. W. G. Irwin, Mrs. Cor
delia C. Allen, Mrs. Julia Water
house, Mrs. A. F. Judd, Mrs. Henry
A. P. Carter, Mrs. Alice Mackintosh,
Mrs. E. G. Beckwith, Rev. E. G.
Beckwith and Mrs. Ida B. Castle."
Mr. G. E. Harrison, who is al the
Hawaiian Hotel, has accepted tho
invitation on behalf of Mrs. Potts
and announces the first lecturo for
Thursday afternoon next at tho
Royal Hawaiian Opera House. 11
will bo to women only and will bo
free. Seats can bo reserved without
chargo at L. J. Levey's office. All
tho lectures will bo finely illustrated
with colored storeopticon views not
only of tho subjects discussed but
also of art and travel.
st. Andrew's catiiedhal.
St. Androw's Cathedral, Choir
notico, 20th Sumliry after Trinity.
(5:30 a. m., Holy communion; 11 a. m.,
Matins and Holy Communion (Cho
ral); Kj'rio, Niceno Creed, Sanctus,
Gloria; Hymns, 22." and 517. 7:!50,
Evensong ; Magnificat, (Double
Chants); Nunc Dimittis, (Double
Chants); Hymns, 27J5, 22L and 21.'
The services of the second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow will bo as follows: 11:15 a. m.,
morning grayer with sermon; Vonito
and Glonas to double chant; To
Doum, and Jubilate, Tours in F;
hymns, 2SI!) and -1151; anthem, "Sweet
is Thy Mercy, O, Lord," by Sir J.
Barnby. 0:150 p.m., evensong with
sermon; Magnilicat and Nunc Dimit
tis to double chants; anthem, "Teach
me, O. Lord, tho way of Thy Sta
tutei," bj' Atwood; hymns, 2.")(5 and
31. Bov. Alox. Mackintosh, pastor.
All aro coulially invited to these ser
vices. HI.OKOANIZED CIIL'IU'II.
Tho Beorganized Church of Jesus
Christ will hold services to-morrow
in tho Mililaui hall, near tho
Music Hall, as follows: Bible
class, 10 a. m.; Preaching in English
and Hawaiian, 11 a. in.; Preaching
in English, 7:80 p. in. All aro in
vited. 0ATHOM0 CATIIKUItAL.
High Mass, 10 a. in.; Horary and
catechism, 2 p. in.; Sermon followed
by the Bonedictiou of I he Holy Sac
rament, -l'.ilO p. m.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISr.
Sovonth Day Advent ists will have
Bible meetings every Sunday even
ing, at tho corner of Punchbowl and
Evangelistic services will bo con
ducted by tho V. .M. U. A. in iJolimi
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:!50
y. m. o. A. 1IAI.L.
Evangelistic services in the Y. M.
C. A. hall. (5:30 to 7:li) p. in.
CENTRAL UNION CIIUHCII.
Preaching by the Pastor at 11a.
m. and 7:30 p. m.
An Amoricun Switzerland.
"Banff and Iho Lakes in the
Clouds," is tho title of a neat pamph
let issued by the Canadian Pacific
Bail way. Tho cover is an artistic
piece of work by the American Bank
Note Company of Now York. There
aro many beautiful illustrations of
the magnificent scenery of the Bouky
Mountain and Selkirk ranges along
tho lino of tho railway mentioned.
Any of our residents wanting a
change to a bracing climate cannot
be better suited than in the places
described in this pamphlet. In two
weeks after leaving Honolulu you
will be at your destination. The
dryness of tho air at those high alti
tudes prevents tho winter cold from
being severely felt even by delicate
people. There aro three chalet
hotels between IJanirand Vancouver,
at any of which a tourist will find
such comfort as is not generally
dreamt of in tho mountains. Theo.
II. Davies A; Co.. aiiouls of Iho C. P.
B., supply tlieo paniphlots together
witli nttinctiwi maps, folders, etc.,
relating lo the route,
rpin: uxj)i:itsioxi;i) has nivnx
X full power of attorney to W. F. Allen
to act for him In all mutters of IhisIiicsk.
All parties Indehted lo the undersigned
nut settling hy the Mil of Noemher will
1 A. 11. UOW AT, V. h.
Honolulu, Oct. :), ls'i-'. Vli-'dt
WHY Yor siiori.i) taki:
j VORTM A GUINEA A 330X," i
Iff! .W iS?!
OIVtRED WITH A TASTELESS AND
i SOLUBLE COATINO.
l?m SICK HEADACHE!
J nirlncss, or Snlinmlng In the Head, Ktnih
)'ln, and Simiis attho Momarh, Palm In
lhf llatk, (Jmrcl, and lljlug 1'alu; la Dm j
i riddj, llheuinatlsm. etc.
,i Tako (our. firs or oven tlx ot lleti'iain'a
fl'ilKand in rtlrtt wm oulof ttn, thiy Mil) ttrt 4
; rtfir(tfirrnfvmlnt"Mt for Ibo pUl will aoillroet
.to and remove tho eauae. fAe mutt holnir no
; ' mora nor Ion than mind, together with pol.on- J
J;oni and notiout vapours, and aomctioK
Ot all druggists ITlco 2G centn n box.
i Now York Dcnot. 3C5 Onnnl St.
Hobron. Newman & Co.
COUN'KH VOI IT ASM) K.1XG STltr.r.TS.
lioyal lia.waiian Opira Ilonse
1,. J. l.i: i.y,
fay lly request of audience who were
lireient on featurday evening IiimI to wit
ness the First I'erformaneo of Tin: II -aiin
Diivmvtu 0iMrNY. nnil at the ur
gent desire of the hundiedi who were un
ahle to gain admission
The Grand Hawaiian Romantic Drama
in Three Acts:
" The Wooing of Kaala"
Wll.l UK llhl'l T1.I) -
On Saturday Evening
Improved Appointments and
In tho Interlude a Chuiec and Varied
rrograinnio will he pre-ented, con
cluding with theOiand Histori
cal Drama in Ono Act:
Kapiolani Defying I Goddess Pele
Several Scenes of the Volcano
will he given.
" Nothing succeeds like success."
X3P- Don't inKs the opiioitunih to-.ee
a Hawaiian Dramatic 'omian who
hold their own on any stage.
Prices as Usual, 50c, 75c. and SI.
jy Secure your tickets caily at I.. J.
Levey's and avoid the crush. frl-l!t
1 .1. I.i:vr.v,
A. M. Longshore-Potts,
The Kmliieiit Quakeress flraduatu of the
Woman' Medical Collcj'e,
-wii.i. i,i:i tuiii: ox-
15ST TO WOMEN ONLY -ftt
November 3, 4, 5, 7 and 8,
A.T 2:30 DP. 3yl.
BF l'irst Lecture
Beats without eluue
at L. .1. Levuv's
Views of .Siihjects
Art and Tiavcl.
( 'oloiud Ktoieopticon
lliwus-i'd. Also, of
Beats held for
I.. J. Lr.vi:v,
J. Chas. Harrison, M. D.
ifcT TO MEN ONLY -i
Thursday & Monday Nights
November .14 and 7th,
.A.T S O'CLOCK,
Of Flrht lectiiro Kit H 12. Hecond Ix?e
tuio 'J.ri Cents, llesorved beatH for hnth'
lectures at L. J. Levey's olllcc.
& The Finest Colored Dissolving
Htercoptlcou Views In tho world are used
to lllustiiito these Icctuics. Views of riuh
jeets Discussed j also of Art and Travel.
Harrison hus the happy faculty of
g very iiunini oils in oeaiiug Willi wcigu-
ty suhjees."--A'. J'. Hi mid.
"Dr. .1. O. Harrisoii'u leetmes npi in
valuahle, tiding instriiclive, moral and
aniu-Ing." llntn Want liteelttr.
rpiin uxi)i;usifjxi:i). yi:i: iiofco.
1 of King strtot, carrying on the husl
liess of a collee tuluun from l!l to Xov
emher LiJ, Itiii-, herchy noif nil creditors
Ui present their claims against the nhovu
naiiied couip.tiiv heforu Xovoinher 'JO, lb!L'.
VKK HOI' CO.,
Wl-31 1'ur Ah Luiii,
5 T ii Jaf J3a
Oyfirr of 1). IT. Iiurnhnm, Clu'if of Canalruclion, World't)
Columbian Exposition , 1143 The Jlookcry, Chicago.
Muy 9, 1892.
M. A. SEK1) Dll V PLATE CO.,
SI. Louis, Mo.
.li hut order for I'M fit arrived very jnomptty, Please accept
thankx for being so prompt.
1 wish to state, that I am usiny your Plates exclusively for all
work' done on these grounds for the official record of construction.
Of course comment by me as to the. good qualities of the Seed
Plate are entirely unuivessanj.
c. n. Aitxor.n,
The Seed Plates
nr a.k.e for s-A-IjE
lO Fort Street,
N. S. SACHS',
104 Port Street, Honolulu.
7(tir you seen the Xew Homan
Have tou seen the Sight Uuicns
Have yon seen the AVie
Sachs' Store f
J lave you seen the Moutqurtuire
Pair at Sachi' Store i
Have you seen
the iXew Silk
Do you know that the Latest iovcltics and Most
I'ltViiis be found at Sachs' Store''
1SY LAST STr.AMP.Il
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Ulaek I'ashinere I'J-ineli wide, M) cents per
anl and upwards.
Itlack India Lawn. Ulaek French Lawn,
lllack Batteen in l'lain and Figuicd.
Ulaek Calico in l'lain and Figured.
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REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fire Insurance Placed. Collections Attended To.
RENTS COLLECTED AND HOUSES RENTED.
axy uusixr.ss i:ntuusti: to mi: will iii:ci:i vie h:omit atthxtiox.
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
rplIAT I'LKASAXT SUII
1. urhan Cottage on Xuu
auii ntiect, adjoining the
residence of Sir. Thomas
HorciiMm. nicelv unpointed mill with agiee-
ahle Kurrouudingd, :iiitcl to a small family
and within an easy remove from the heat
of the City. TerniH $18 per month.
pleasant grounds on
Keretania street, a few doors
from Keeaiuuoku street, re-
ccutl occupied liv Mrs. Carney, entrances
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Stahles and Outhouses all eouiiilcte, and
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front door every twenty minutes. Terms
i'il per month, Including water rates.
XOTM llefore seeking or closing har
gaitis elsewhere, it will pay you to scan our
column, and lo at onco consult the under
signed at their olllcc.
IWVu keep properly in llrst-class eon
dition. Our tri ins are moderate and as
landlords we will always he found rcauiu
ahle In our dealings,
tSf Apply In each ease to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWHiaUT,
"Uarlw right Uiiilding," Merchant street.
FOR BALE or LEASE
''iioni. iir.isi n.Mii.i. .!
J. 1'reiulses latelv oceu- jWn'fli
liieu oy .nr. h. nuiir, win iJiitWiT,
no for sale or leave at rci. IiiniWL
souiihlo price or lentiil, Tho (irouuds eon-
laiu a variety of Fruit and Ornamental i
Trees. Tho Commodious Dwelling Is well-
fund dud with modern improvements and
conveniences, lioomy Dam and a J-ltoom
Cottage for servants. For fuither particu
lars, apply to JOHN L.N'A,
Ollico liiler-lshiiid hteaiu Navigation
Dully Uullelin, 00 cuts a month,
Honolulu, HI. I.
Sashes at AT. S. Sachs' Store t
that are telling for $1.00 at Sachs
for Drapes and Fancy Work at.
Undressed Kid Ulores for .fl.00 a
Striped and Polka Dot Chaillex all
Stylish Goods can
A FULL LIXL OF
Ulaek, Cotton, bilk and Kid moves in all
lllack Blockings for Ladies anil Children.
I lllack Silk Warp llenrietto Cloths,
i:te., Kte., i;ti, Lie.
CO.'S, 99 Fort St
To L.ot or Loaae.
.1. nishc 1 lioriin
trull v located.
Uui.i KTir Ollico.
HOUSE TO LET.
street, opposite Clov
crument Ituildiug. Impilre
at C. deit.'- Hhoe Store.
Duval 1'i:i:misi:s, at
ltcrctaiila street, on
poslte Fort street uliuruii.
Apply to It. 1. L1LLIK,
IlM-'-tf At Tlieo. 11.
i "ii:w housi: of fivi:
! 11 rooms, on Magazine
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"tn-et, with Uathrooni, pat
I em . 11.. etc. Coniiiiiiiid
lit . O.. etc. Commands
one of the llnest views in Honolulu, Apply
to (177-tf) J. M.VlVArl.
A COTTAdi: OX NUUANU
x V. street, No, 110, hlx Itooms
and n llathioom. Outhouses.
etc.. all In uood order. Kent onlv 0. in-
eliidlug water rates. Also n Cottage In the
rear ot above, ut $!,'. Apply at this ollico.
L ret a nla street No. f-l,
uorlhwust collar on uiauka
side of road, loiitaliilin: .'
llooius, Ik sides Uathrooni, Kitchen, rail-
try, etc. 1 niiuwav ears iuisfing. Applv to
S IlKIt 11 . V. bt'H M I D F ,V SlNS.
Davhs .v. Co,
a xici: corrAtn: on .-v. --..
iV. lteretnnia street, near cn'l
1'ilLol street, containing &lii (.iiAX
1'arlor, J UedriMiius, Until- m&&?&
room, Dliiliigrooui, 1'autry and Kitchen,
Servants room, Carriage House, Htahle, ete.
TniiiHMis pass every u minutes. Apjily at
iillice of this paper, t.v-tf
The Daily Dullrlln is diliwred by
carriers for 50 tents per month)
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