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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, OCT. 81, 1892.
Sunday, Oct. !J0.
Stmr Iwalani from Knuai
Ktnir Cluudini' from Mnui and Hawaii
Sohr I.avinia fioin ICaliuku
Monday. Oct. 31.
Monday, Oct. 31.
IJNhop for KaliuUu and I'una-
Stmr .lames Makee for Kiiuai at 5 p in
Schr Kulamaiiu for llamakiia
Sehr Kauikcaoiili for Koliala
Vessels Loaving To-morrow.
Stmr Kinau for Maul and Hawaii at 1! p m
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Claiidino for Maui and Hawaii at 5
for Waianae Mokuluia.
alim and ports on Kauai.
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Clandine 2731 bags sugar, 128 bags
taro, (IS hides, 50 head cattle, 12 hogs,
21)2 pkgs sundries.
Iwalani 270U bags sugar, 70 bags rice, -10
bags pia, 7 bills hides, 2 horses, (1,5 pkgs
From Maui per stmr Claiidine, Oct. 30
Hons V G Irwin, (i N Wilcox, W O Smith,
It 1) Walbridge, H 1' llaldwin, and K M
Koabou; Miss Gertie Whitney, Miss Eva
Parker, Miss Helen Parker, Mrs S H Dow
sett, Mrs K .N'oriu, Lmi Chong, Aiona, and
From Kauai per stmr Iwalani, Oct. 30
Gov W H. ltico, Mrs M S Uico, H H Wil
cox, Hon 1' It Isenberg and wife, Hov H
Isenberg and wife, ilrs J I'uni, Miss T
l'lini, C'hee ('hoy and (17 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco, Nov 2.
Haw lik Helen Ilrewer, from Glasgow,
Am schr Mary Dodge, fiom Kuieka, Oct. II.
Am scb Glendale, from Kurekii, Oct. (.
Ur l)k 1! 1' Hitbet, from Cardill', Oct. 1.
Uk Greta, from Newcastle, N S W.
Ger bk H Hackfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
The steamer Kiuau will leave to-moirow
afternoon on her usual route.
Tho schooner Aloha received sugar from
the steamer Iwalani this morning.
The S. S. Australia will bo alone: from
the Coast on Wednesday morning.
The steamer Kaahi will leave to-moriow
for Waianae, Waialua and ports on Kauai.
The sehoonor Gov. Ames commenced
discharging to-day near the 1'. M. S. S.
The .steamer Clamline, Copt. Davis, com
mander, arrived yesterday morning. She
steamed (95 miles at an average speed of
U miles an hour from the time sue left
until return. Wont to Hilo, arriving theie
Thursday morning at 11:35 o'clock. The
bark I.ealii arrived at Knhului on Friday.
Fine weather was experienced throughout
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Baud, Prof. II. Burger, loader, will
givo a concort this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Following is the program:
March Count Moltko . . Preusse
Overture l'oet and Peasant .Suppo
H-Clarinet Solo Scenes that are llright-
Selection Martha. .. . Flotow
One, Two, Three, Four. Maul Girl. Will
Solo sung liy Daniel Moe.
Medley A Night In Now York . . llrooks
Cornet Solo From the Mountain High
Fantnsia--Tho lllacksinith . Kilenberg
WnlU-1001 Nights . Strauss
To-morrow, November 1st, is All
Saints' Day," a Holy Day of obliga
tion, (i ami 7 n. m., low masses; 10
a. in., High pontifical mass; 2) i, in.,
confirmation, .Rosary, Benediction of
tho Blessed Sacrament.
The next day, Wednesdnv. Nov-
ember 2d, is
i "All Souls' Day.'1 (i and
7 a. in., low masses for tlto Souls of
J'urgatory. 9 a. in., High pontifical
mass do requiem.
Mechanics' Home, 59 and 01 Hotel
streot, Lodging by day, week or
month 25c, and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
0. J, McCarthy bus lots on Liliha
street for salu.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Politics in tho air, polities every
where; no monoy in sight.
Diamond Hend, B p. m. Wenther
clear; wind, light northeast.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather,
clear; wind light northeast.
Tho Hawaiian bark Loahi arrived
at Knliulul, Maui, on Fridoy last.
Tho usual concort at Enuna
Square will bo given this evening.
A party of bluo jackets were out
yesterday in n four-in-hand 'bus
having a Hail Columbia time.
A man was arrested this morning
for assault and battery on tho "old
woman." Ho will bo heard to-morrow.
The Woman's Board of Missions
will meet to-morrow aftornoon at
2:30 o'clock in tho Central Union
Judgo Dole will leave by tho Ki
nau to-morrow to preside at tho
Octobor term of Circuit Court at
About 100 Japanoso will leave for
tho Land of tho ltising Sun by the
steamer Oceanic duo to-morrow from
San Francisco for tho Orient.
Quietness pervades tho streets to
day, hardly anyouo having any busi
ness to do. Tho women folks shop
ping aro plentiful nevertheless.
Tho quartorl' mooting of tho
Strangers' Friend Society will bo
hold in tho parlors of tho Y.M.C.A.,
at 10:30 o'clock to-morrow morning.
A Chinaman named Ah See plead
ed guilty to gaming in tho Police
Court this morning and was sen
tenced to pay a lino of .?21 and SI
Robberies aro becoming a little
too frequont for pleasantness. The
othor night a rosidonco on Beretnnia
street was entered but nothing
Tho Scottish Thistle" Club will
give an entertainment in tho hall to
night at 7:30 p. m. All members
and friends cordially invited to bo
Mr. W. F. Reynolds, of tho Goldou
Rulo Bazaar, is expected back on
tho S. S. Australia from tho States
with a wholesale assortment of holi
Tho five-masted schooner Gov.
Amos will bo transformed into a
four-masted barkontino when she
returns to tho Coast. Tho foromast
will bo takou out.
Six Chinamen wore arrested this
morning for gaining and landed at
tho Station. Soon after cousins and
brothers of tho prisonors wore at tho
place with bonds to bail thorn out.
Undo Sam's bluo jackots have got
"on to" tho bicycle as a source of
outdoor recreation on shore. Their
navigation of tho machines although
sometimes amusing is more success
ful than their average equestrian
Whilo two tntincars were passing
on a switch on King street yester
day afternoon, a blind of ono car
got caught in tho othor and struck a
young girl on tho neck. No injury
was sustained, but there was an
"Oh!" chorus from the fair ones.
There was a fair audience Satur
day night at tho second performance
of "Tho Wooing of Kanla." The
acting and oloeution wore an im
provement on tho lirt appearance,
whilo tho mechanics of tho scenes
wore operated without a hitch. Fre
quent ovations greeted tho
especially for tho singing.
A native named i'uukola was ar
rested yostord.i' for tho theft of a
watch valued at .?12, tho property of
Kuikahi. In tho Police Court this
morning ho was charged with larce
ny in the third degree. IIo pleaded
guilty and was sentenced to pay 1
line, $1 costs and lie imprisoned at
hard labor for eight months.
Extra Mince Pies at tho "Elite."
Hall's Safes aro considered the
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
W. G. Irwin &
Co. advert iso for
II. A. Widoinann Offers for sale 15
pair of working oxen.
Five dollars reward is o lib red for
tho return of a lost horse.
A chance to soil a 10-horso power
steam engine and boiler is ollbred.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumbor Tonic. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 10,'J Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
For island views and artistic pliot os
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Soverin A:
Bolster, Fort street. Amateur work
Tho Elolo newspaper and job
printing plant will bo sold under
foreclosure of mortgage on Tuesday,
An assignee's sale will bo hold by
.Tas. F. Morgan at 10 o'clock to-morrow,
when a variety of goods and a
safe will be sold,
Hon. F. II. Haysolden has been
appointed Sliorilfof Maui, Molokai,
Lauai and Kahoolawe, in place of j
Mr. II. G. Tread way, resigned. ,
hittlo Harry Morritt, the cele
brated boot .polisher, has arrived
from the Coast and has reniimed j
business at tho old Union stand,
Merchant street, and will be glad
to seo his oUl patrons. '
Tho Waianao Company's ollicem
for tho ensuing year are tho follow-1
ing; Hon. II. A. Widemann, ProM-
dent; Hon. G. N. Wilcox, Vico-Prosi-
dont; Hon. C. O. Berger, Secretary;
Mr. A. Jaotfor, Treasurer; Mr. J, M. i
I Dowsott, Auditor, !
Monday, Oct. 31, 181)2.
Tho Assembly convened at 10
o'clock. President Walker in the
chair, Prayer by the Chaplain.
Minutes of tho previous meeting
were read and approved.
Noble Williams moved that tho
rules bo suspended so as to permit
him giving notice of a bill to provide
for the payment of tho salaries of
Government employees until Oct.
Noble Thurston rose hastily and
said that the more important ques
tion than payment of salaries was
tho presence of a responsible Cabi
net. Such being not yet presented
ho would movo that the Assembly
Motion to adjourn was put and
being carried the Assembly at 10:05
Mr3. Longshore-Potts, M.D.
Our amusement-loving and ultra
fashionable people, as well as tho
literary inclined, aro to have tho rare
opportunity of listening to a series
of lectures to be given at tho Royal
Hawaiian Opera House this week by
a woman widely known in woman's
world as being a pioneer in demand
ing tho right of the sox to how out a
life work in tho profession which had
hitherto boon claimed for men.
Anna II. Longshore-Potts, M. D.,
came from a good old Quaker family
in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and
for a number of years lived in Phila
delphia. Dr. Joseph Longshore, ono
of her brothers, was ono of tho prin
cipal founders of tho Woman's Medi
cal College, tho first institution in
tho history of tho world that was es
tablished for tho avowed purpose of
graduating women in medicine.
Fourteen years ago Mrs. Dr. Potts
Degan giving parlor talks to women.
She graduated from the Woman's
Medical College in 18H2. From tho
success attending her talks to wo
men she perceived tho broader field
for accomplishing good that tho ros
trum afforded, and eventually relin
quishing her practice she devoted all
her time to lecturing. Success bo
yond tho utmost expectation grooted
her efforts. After lecturing for a
number of years in tho United States
she determined on a more ambitious
plan, and in 18S3 sailed from San
Francisco for tho Antipodes. In
Now Zealand, Tasmania and Austra
lia tho novelty of a woman embarked
in such an entorpri.se, as well as hor
erudition and thorough womanliness,
caused thousands to Hock to hear
her. Thoso successes, however, wore
overshadowed by tho. ovation she re
ceived in London, whore she was in
troduced to her hrst audience by
General 12. A. Morritt, then United
States Consul-Goneral. On hor re
turn to America she was greeted by
tho press and public everywhere
with tho warmest praise. Although
a Quakeress and a believer in dress
r.eform she does not think attractive
ness ol attire need he sacrificed to
health. She herself annoars in most
Airs. JJr. I'otts will
deliver the first
of a series of live
lectures to women only Thursday
aftornoon. xll will bo "finely illus
trated with storeopticon views. Of
Mrs. Dr. Potts tho Boston Herald
says: "Did you ever see a gypsy wo
man, young, straight as an arrow
and brown as a berry, carrying a
pile of boards fully eight feet long
on her head? You have seen her?
Uu lreiuont streot t Thais tho ono.
Well, Mrs. Dr. Longshore-Potts is
the mental typo of tho order of
which that gypsy is tho physical
Dr. Potts has adopted tho com
mendable plan of giving hor first
lecture free, which if found in accord
with the high praise she has every
where received, will establish a largo
class for tho following lectures, all
of which excepting tho ono on
"Love, Courtship and Marriage"
can be had for 1.
Lectures to Men Only.
Of .1. Chas. Harrison, M.D., the
Boston Herald says: "Dr. .1. Ghas.
Harrison delivered his second lec
ture to men only at Tremont Tem
ple last night before an audience of
121X) people. The lecture was magni
ficently illustrated with storeopticon
views. The doctor is a fluent and
interesting speaker and dispenses
medical fads in language that makes
him understood by every hearer.
Ho showed a thorough knowl
edge of his subjects and treated
them in a chaste and refined inannof.
Ho has a decidedly taking .stylo of
address and at once makes a "friend
of each of his auditors. Tho lecture
was relieved of heaviness by numer
ous anecdotes told in an exception
ally line manner. The speaker
was frequently interrupted by hearty
The first lecture here will bo de
livered at tho Koyal Hawaiian Opera
House next Thursday night. The
lecture will bo free.
For tho Season,
Tlio Pacific Hardware Co. are dis
playing Dinner, Breakfast, Chamber
ami Tea Sets in Doulton Ware and
Copelaud; examples suitable for
presents in Havilaud, Copelnnd,
Koyal Worcester, Koyal Devon and
Bisque; Bisque Figures; Kochontor
Lamps; a few Fancy Clocks, and
i many other articles.
Hinghmu Buckets, plain and pa:
ed, in nests. Every housekeo
should have a simply of the.-e.
Kefrigerators and Ice Chests of
tho most improved patterns.
Pictures and I'ietiiro Frames.
Picture Framing in all its branches
A visit to tlio art rooms is invited.
Dr. iMcI.ennan lias lemoved to Aln
kea street oipoite the Y. M. 0, A,
hall, premises lately occupied by Dr,
Lutz. Oilico hours, '.I to 12,2 to J.
and evenings (i to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1,
1 Boll telephone 197 j Mutual U82,
Anothor Suit Against Wllder's Steam
Judgo Bickorton is trying a suit
for damages against tho Wilder's
Steamship Company brought by
Carl Steinniann. This case has no
thing to do with the disastrous Kn
hului warehouse fire, on which sev
eral suits on tho October term calen
dar were based. Steinniann was a
passenger on the steamer Kinau be
tween Mahukona and Maalaoa Bay
on Juno 1, 18S11. At the landing a
boat in which Stoininaiiu was going
ashore was upset and lie was thrown
"violently into tho sea." Ho claims
that tho upsetting of tho boat was
duo to tho carelessness and negli
genco of the employees of the defen
dant company. In consequence he
allegos ho suffered a loss of S&71 in
personal property, consisting of ?(531
in cash, clothes, watch and chain,
expenses of succeeding illness, etc.
It was agreed nt the July term to
have the case tried without a jury in
vacation. "Paul Neumann for the
plaintiff; F. M. Hatch for defen
dant. Before Chief Justice Judd and
Justices Bickorton and Dole, to-day,
tho account of the trustees of the
Lunalilo Estate was ordered approv
ed. W. O. Sulith for the trustees
Two Chinoso Committed for an
tompt to Extort Monoy.
Two Chinese, Ah Fook and Ah
You, wore tried in tho Police Court
this morning on a charge of con
spiracy, preferred against llieni by a
cousin named Sun Wa. Tho alleged
conspiracy was committed on Sept
ember 1(5. Sun Wa stated that ho
had been approached ly Ah Fook
and asked to advance about $80 or
S100, as ho (Ah Fook) was in a pili
kin. Ths Sun Wa refused to do,
and was threatened that if ho didn't
ho would have a charge of managing
a eho fa bank prepared against him.
Sun Wa told him to go on with tho
suit. Ah You, the other defendant,
afterward approached him with tho
same object and failed.
Sun Wa was then arrested on a
warrant issued by Ah Fook, charg
ing him with managing a cho fa
bank. Ho was tried in the Police
Court, found not guilt and dis
charged. Sun Wa caused t ho arrest
of tho two men on a charge of ex
tortion but lator changed it to con
spiracy. Polico Justice Foster hold
that thoro was suflicient ground to
warrant that conviction would follow
before a jury, and committed thorn
for trial to the Supremo Court.
ATTEMPT AT ROBBERY.
An Unknown Poruon Scared Awny
from a Private Rosidonco.
Some unknown person made an
attempt at robbery on the residence
ot Mr. Bartlott, Hotel street, on
Saturday night. Ijlrs. liartlett was
at tho time tlio onty inmate of tho
house, which is situated near the
Hotel hackstand, opposite tho Ha
waiian Hotel. She had just retired
when, as she was dozing oil, she
heard someone turning tho knob of
tho door in tho rear. Mrs. IJartlett
did not take much notice, thinking
it was tho wind, but afterward the
noiso was repeated moro loudly.
Finally sho got out of bed and tak
ing a pistol wont to tho door. Be
ing a timid woman sho did not go
outside, but returned to tho front
door and cried out, "Hack! hack!"
A gentleman passing heard hor cries,
and being a friend rushed in, when
sho related her trouble.
The gentleman was despatched to
Mr. IJartlett at the Hotel, and lie
shortly arrived. The place was
setuched but no one was visible.
Footprints, however, were discover
ed, from which it was apparent that
the prowler must have escaped over
the back fence. Nothing was miss
ing. ALMOST DItOWNED.
Henry Crnno in Rescued From
Water Just in Timo.
happened yost onlay
I;!M) 0 clock, which
iniKht havo resulted fatally had it
not been for timely assistance. A
part y of young follows were having
a swim near the O. H. ii L. Co.'s
wharf. Among them was Henry
Crane, operator in the Boll Tele
phone oflico. After sporting in tho
water some time Henry was lieard to
cry out for help. At first lie was
thought to bo joking, but he was
seen to sink and sputter as if drown
ing. His companions swam to his
help and ho was escorted safely to
shore. Henry had been swimming
about for some time when u sudden
attack of cramps knocked him help
less. After ho had been taken
ashore and rubbed over he came to
and was sent homo. Henry has re
covered his wont (id health enough
to bo around to-day, although rather
Oapt. Androwu Reachou Spain.
Capl. Andrews, who sailed from
Atlantic City, N. !., in a dory for
Uncivil, Spain, arrived at Lisbon on
Sept. 21. Ho would proceed forth
with to Huelva to take pari in the
October fetes in honor of the dis
covery of America by Columbus,
Tho Bulletin contained a report a
few days ago of Captain Andrews'
having got across the Atlantic in
tho dory "Sapolio."
" 1 consider .Chamberlain's Cough
Komedy a specific for croup. It is
very pleasant to take, which is one
of the most important requisite
where a couuh remedy is intended
I for use among children. I have
known of cases of croup whom 1
, know the life of a little one was
saved by tlio use of Chamberlain's
'Cough Kemody." .)..!. LaG range,
1 druggist, Avoca, Nob. 50 cent bot
tles lor sale by all dealers, jjoiisoii,
Smith & Co., Agents for the Hawaii
WHY YOr SHOP Id) TAKB
" WOHTII A GUINEA A DOS.
roVCUICI) WITH 1 TAmTfKSSAM)
I glH.UIU.i: 10.VT1.MI.
& WOHCERFUL MEDICINE FGR
V J.ulf;r(inn, ll'.iiif o Anprlllr, J,utltctB
P niter llifilf, I'nmllhigt. .Sir '. nfS
t fir ritnnwrh, JUUmm or J.iv r Com- s
J j.'.rti's !' Ilfi,htr)ir,0,hl Clnltn,$
i1tiUliunf Hi nt. lAtrnrn nf .Splr-
iln, mill III Xn-iour Atlicttiiim. j
m Tn " ro llic.f cnmplnintB ttn mnt TomrTe2
J. I ho imi 'I'nn .r!licliM cu l Kencrallr
in In, ionnil in Him lonmcli um! Ucrt uf
thrs tm ftr Mr rljM uml all will bn vrlt. From y
V lo(d four l'llls uvlco a .lay for a Minit tlmo 2
will remoTft tho evil, ad1 rosure tho suflorer 7
ttt Motnul hnl Infttlni; health. Z
Ot all itriiRRlMs. Tries SS cents a box. J
Jt Now York Diipot, SC5 Cnnnl St. 2
Hobron. Newman & Co.
COHSHIt FOItT AND KIXH STUKKTS.
I, .1. I.KVPY,
A. M. Longshore-Potts,
The Ktiiincnt (iunkuri-w (Irmltmlo of till'
Woman'" Mi'iliciil Colli'iri1,
W'll.l. l.K.riTltK ON-
Health & Disease
HSS5- TO "WOMEN ONLY -yrfj
- s roi.Mius:
November 3, 4, 5, 7 and 8,
-A.T 2:30 F. M.
& l'ir.-.t I.fcluro l-MtKlI. Uiurveil
Scats without charge, nt 1.. J. Luvey'i
DNt-uvi'il. Al-o. o
Viows of Suhii'cti
Art nuil Tiuvc
SiMtx lit'lil for
I.. J. .i:t.v,
J. Clias. Harrison, H. D.
W'll.l. DKI.IVKI! -
wr TO MEN ONLY T&a
mnndtyft Monday NiijUts!
NOV. 3d & 7tll,
AT 3 O'CLOCK,
tCf Kir-t U'i'tiiiu lUi:i:. Second !.-'-tnro
"Jo Ci'iit-i. ltc-iTVril Si-at-i for hotli
U'cturi". ill I.. .1. l.cvi'j's ollli'i'.
JO-Thi' Klni'it ("oloii'd Dii-olvlng
Stcn'optii-un Viuw.s in tho world are iim-iI
to illustrate thi'-o lecture. Views of Sub
jects hl-i'iivcil ; al-o of Arl and Travel.
" Dr. Harrison has the happy faculty of
huini: verv humorous In ili'iilliiKttith weigh
ty iilijeot.s."-.V. K. Ilerutil.
" Dr. .1. (!. Harrison's lectures me
valuable, being instructive, mural
amusing."- Henri Waul llrrrhrr.
Members of Lodge Le Progres
dc l'Occanie No, 124,
HAVi: DI'.CIDKI) TO 01 VK A
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 19, 1892
im t t i twr rw - .
wore kj j ryx -is.'Uf
PICNIC and DUE!
Ml Id I
lias removed to Dr. Koolo's premises and I
ollh'u, corner of riinclihowliunl neii)
tanla streets, during his absence.
...., H ..,. irromtito IIiIKJa. i.;
OiniK Hour: ., ,0 0 uml 7 t0 8 M,
Office of 1). H. litirnhnm,
May 9, 1S9S.
M. A. HliKl) DRY PLATE CO.,
St. lentil, Mi),
My hint order or Platen arrived very promptly. Phone uc6epi
Ihunhn or bciuy so prompt,
1 ieish to shite, thai I am Usiny your Plates exclusively for alt
work done on these yroumhor Ihe official record neonthuetioit.'
0voitr.Hi! vomvwnt by mc as to the ydod iualities 0 the Seed .
I'late ttfo entirely nmteurssitry.
C. J). AllXOLI),
The Seed Plates
109 Fort Street, -
1ST. S. SACHS',
104 Ifort Street, KCon-Olvilu..
j I la re
you seen the Xcw Human
you seen the Sight (lotcns
you s-en the Sew Art Silks
Have you seen the Monsijuetaire
Pair at Sachs' Store f
Jlure you seen
Sachs' Store t
the Sew Silk
Ho you know that the Latest Sot
ilwais he found at Sachs' Store
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
!!Y LAST RTEAMi:it A KIM.Ij I.INM-: OP
BLACK GOODS I
llliick ('usliuiurv I'i-inrh wiilu.
vanl mill iimuirils.
, .0 L'l'iit-. t'r
Mark India Lawn, lthu-l; l-'ri-nrli
illni'l; Kattcon in l'laiii ami Figured
Illnck Calico in I'liiin mnl Honied.
B. F. EHLERS &
C- J". MCCARTHY
(new nuM.irrix iii.oik, uniiciiANr stih:i:t)
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Fixe Insurance Placed.
ANY Ill'Sl.NKnS KNTUUeSTKD TU Mi;
Bruco & A. J. CarUvriglit.
f o Let or Lease
At Prices to Suit the Times.
"'HAT 1M.KASAXT KUII- 4
urban Cottage on Nun-
nun street, adjoining the
residence of Mr. Thomas1
Horeiison. uieelv aiiiioiuted mid with agree
able, Mirroiiudhigs, suited to a small family
and within an easy rumiivo from the heat
of the city. Terms f IS per mouth,
XV nlciiMilit uroiiuils on
lluietauia street, a few doors J
from Iveeaiimokii street, re-
eeutlv occupied hv iti. ( amey, entranies
from Ynniii! mid lleretania streets, lion-
Ktubles ami Uiithouses all conmlete, ami
ill llrst-elass order. Htreet Cars pass the
front door every twenty minutes. Terms
$:.'.! per month, liielilding ualer rates.
NOTM -llufore seeking or eloping bar
gains olsewhero, it will pay you to tcanour
column, and to at oueo consult the under
signed at their oilico.
tf'3 keep property in llrst-elass con
illtion. Our terms urn moderate and as
landlords we will always be found reason
able in our dealings.
T" Aj'l'ly In ouch ease to
BRUCn or A. J. CARTWRIOnT,
"Cartwright Jlililding," Merchant street.
FOR SALE or LEASE
J 1'renilses latelv occu
oieil by Mr. K. Killir, will
no for sale or lease at rea
sonable price or rental. The (Iroiinds con
lulu a variety ei runt ami iiriiuuiciiiai
Trees, The cimimoilious Duelling is tvcll-
fiiriiished with modern improvements and
conveniences. ltoom, Harn and a 'J-ltooni
Cottagu for servants. 1'or fiuther i.irlii'ii
lars, apply to JOHN KNA,
Oilico luler-lshinil ritiaiu Navigation
60 cents a month,
Chief o Construction 111
114$ The llookrry, Chicago
sale o:rsr:rr5r by
- - Honolulu, EC. I.
Sashes at .V. S. Sachs' Stun 1
that are selling or $1.00 at Sachs
or Drapes ami Fancy Work at.
I'miresseil Kid (llovex or $1.M a
Striped and Polka Dot Chnilles all
Hies and Most
Stylish (looits ran
I lilai'U. Cotton, Silk ami Rid lilows in all
. sii'". ,
' Hlark .Stoi-kiiig.i for l.adius ami Children.
Muck Silk W'arji Ik-nrii'tto Clot In,
Ktc, lite, i:tc, !:.
CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
Collections' Attended To.
AND HOUSES RENTED.
Wll.l. KKCUIVK IMtU.MlM' ATTKNTION.
To Lot or Loaso.
rpVO NI('l-:i.Y I'Ult
A. nitdie 1 llooius, ceu
inillv located. Inquire at
lmi.l.l.Tl.N Ollli'ti. IVW-tf
HOUSE TO LET
i COTTAnKOS (JUKKN
V street, opposito dov-
eiiiuieiit lliilldiug. Impure
at C. (Icrlz'sShiKi Slurc.
TV'VAl. IMSKMISUS, ,11
iiolui Kurt street church
Aimlvto It. I. I. II. I. IK.
ils.'-tf At Then. H. Davies A Co.
uousr. OK lMVi:
( street, with llathiooiii, pat
ent v. ('.. etc, Coiiuimnils
one of the llnct views in Honolulu
to (177-tf) J. M. Yl
COTTAC.K ON SI' 11 A NT jJcdtJ.
strict, So. 1(10, H llooius AJrfJtfi
a llathrooiii, Outlioiisos, XtC
all in uood order, lleut only :"0, In-
eluding water rates. Also a Cottage in the
real ol iiiiove, at i l. Appiv ai tins oiiice,
1 retanla street No. W,
northwest corner on uiauka
side of ro.ul. eonlaliiliu: Ti
lEoouis. besides llathroiim. Kitchen. I'nn-
trv, etc. Truiiiwavears liassing. Apply to
.lllKIt II. Y. SC11M IDT A- riOsH."
NICK COTTAOK ON
lleretuuia strict, lien
I'llLiii street, eoutaln u
l'arlor. 'J llcdroonis. Hath- -s!i?
room. Dluimmiom. I'.inlrv mid Kitchen,
Servants room, Carriage House, .Stable, eto.
I nimeais pass even ji iiiniiiu's, .iiiny ai
e of this
i yV,l "
The Daily llultetin is dt liven d by
currier) or 60 cent per month,
h& ' 4 . afA