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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, NOV. 19, 1892.
Satuiway, Nov. 11).
Stmr Klnau from Maul nml Hnwnll
Htmr Mokoltl from Moloknl
Btinr Wnlmnnnlo from Mnul mid Moloknl
Vossols Leaving To-morrow.
Hgtno W a Irwin,
McCullooli, for l'ugct
Vossols Leaving Monday.
Stmr .1 A Ciliumlni for Koolau
Sliur AVaimannlo for Moloknl nnd Mnul
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl nt 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Klnau 170 lings potatoes, 05 bags
corn, 18 bales wool, 15 pkgs hides, a
horses, 1G0 pkgs sundrios.
From Mnul nnd Hnwnll, per stmr Ktnnu,
Nov 11) Her Majesty Quean Dowager Kn
plolnul nnd suite, l'rinco Kuhlo, W A
Whiting, Mrs J H Wilson, W llerlowltz, T
MDnte, K Ogiim, Hov K Oku, Miss I, M
Uunninghnm, .TG Sorrno, Hon SH Dole nnd
wife, Hon A Horner; B Hutton, F W Beck-
loy, w waiters, u utinn, n i carncy, u.i
Folk, W It Cnstlc, Thco 11 Davies, F M
Swnnzy, Godfrey Brown, Mrs J H Woilo
house, Mrs 0 L Wight nnd child, A 'f iblis,
G Bryant, F May, 11 Lango, .1 K Hooknno,
S K Kane, Chang Kim, Mrs Loyeux, DrJ
Mori? Judge W H Dnniols. II Zcrhe, 0 F
Horner, 0 A Peacock, Mrs Kobaynshi,
child and maid, and 1.11 deck.
' The bnrkontino S. G. Wilder docked at
tho 0. It. .fe L. Qo..'s wharf today.
Tho steamers Olaudinc, Mlknhnla and
James Makee aro expected to return from
tho other islands to-morrow.
Tho brigantine W. G. Irwin will leave
tomorrow morning for tho coast 'with a
full cargo of sugar and rice,
Tho steamer Klnau arrived this morning
from Mnul nnd Hawaii reporting n pleasant
passage and plonty of rain on tho Hatnn
Tho Ill-foot sloop which enmo by tho
bark Martha Davis from Boston was tried
in the bay yesterday afternoon. She sailed
beautifully, attracting the attention of
(fuite'o'crowd of yachtsmen.
st. Andrew's catiiedhal.
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Choir
notico, 23d Sunday after Trinity.
6:30 a. m., Holy communion; 11 a. m.
Morning prayor and sermon; Even
ing prayer with sermon, 7:30.
The services of tho second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow will bo as follows: 9:15 a. in.,
morning prayor with sermon; Voiiito
and Glorias to double chant; To
Doum. Hbderes in C: hvmiis 280 and
270; anthem, "Litany of tho Church."
6:30 p. m.v, evensong and sermon;
Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis to
double chant; anthem, "As Pants
tho Hart," bySpohr; hymns 288 and
23. Eov. Alox. Mackintosh, pastor.
All aro cordially invited to those ser
vices. CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
Sunday Sorvicos 6 and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. English sermon at
tho 7 a.m. Mass, every Sunday
during tho whole year. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sermon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2' p.m.,
Rosary and Catechism. "4 p.m., in
winter season (Novombor to Febru
ary), 4:30 p.m. in summer season
(February to November), Benedic
tion of tuoM. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Services 6 and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. '
Tho Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ will hold services to-morrow
in the juiinnm nail, near tho
Music Hall, as follows: Bible
class, 10 a. in.; Preaching in English
and Hawaiian, 11 a. in.; Pleaching
in English, 7:30 p. m. All aro in
vited. ' -
CENTRAL UNION CHURCn.
Morning service at 11 o'clock and
praise service at 7:30 p. m. All aro
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST.
Seventh Day Advonliats will havo
Bible meetings every Sundiiy even
ing, at tho corner of Punchbowl and
' 1JETHEL HALL.
Evangelistic sorvicos will bo con
ducted by tho Y. M. C. A. in Bothol
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:80
Y. 31. O. A. HALL.
Evangelistic. services in tho Y. M.
C. A.' hall. 6:80 to 7:15 p.,m.
has lots on Lilihn
C. J. McCarthy
streot for salo.
Root Boor on draught1 nt Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fnns and Curios at "Tho
"Elito Ico Cream Parlors."
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bouson, Smith & Co,, Agents.
Sunburn -relieved nt once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith v Co.,
Kn Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
stroot, the storo formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz,
Dr. McLennan, 181 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Tolophono 682.
i. Public Concert.
' Tho Royal Hnwaiinn Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
give a concert this afternoon nt
Emma' Square, beginning at 4:80
o'clock, 1 allowing js tho program:
March Express... ,
Finale Helisurio., , ,,
Selection Kriuini . , .. .
Polku-A flood KiM
. . Koasml
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'pilK WKHlCbV ilUI.hl5TlN-2S CO,.
JL umns of IntercHting Heudiug Matter.
Islands, $lj mailed to foreign countries, $5.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
Col. Jonathan Austin
nt Emma Squaro
Two cho fa gamblurs woro arrostoil
Tho skating rink
tended Inst ovoning.
was fairly nt-
E. B. Thomas is tho contractor for
the now Masonic Temple.
Diamond Head, 12 m. Weather
cloudy; wind light north.
Tlioo. 11. Davios nndF. M. Swnnzy
havo returned from Hawaii.
See advertisement of turkeys, etc.,
of tho California Fruit Market.
A roward nwnits the finder of a
bracolot at tho ollico of W. O. l'arko.
suito returned from
Tho Attornoy-Gonoral advortisos
for tondors for supplies to Oahu
Tho brigantino W. G. Irwin will
tako a foreign mail for tho Coast to
morrow. Tho mombors of Engine Co. No.
1 havo boon called out for drill this
M. S. Levy's dry and fancy goods
store in Mclnorny Block will bo
opened on Monday.
Tho auction salo of tho properly
of Jamos Harris has boon postponed
until Wednesday next.
L. J. Levey will soil a horso, brake,
cutuudor carriago and two sots of
harness noxt Saturday.
Col. G. W. Macfarlauo has -kindly
furnished tho wanted copy of tho
Bulletin for February 23.
xno oici man who loll down on
Fort street tho other day has boon
taken to tho Lunalilo homo.
Thoro will bo a largo and fashion
able attendance at tho Masonic pic
nic at Romond Grove this afternoon.
Judgmont was reserved yostorday
in the suit of E. II. F. Woltors
against Ignacio for window blinds.
Judgo and Mrs. Dole havo return
ed from Hawaii, whoro tho Judgo
presided at tho Circuit Court term,
hold at Waimoa.
A special service for children and
young people will bo hold at tho Y.
M. C. A. to-morrow (Sunday) after
noon at 3 o'clock.
L. J. Levey will sell at an early
day all tho balance of upholstery
Roods of D. M. Crowlov and one
rosewood grand piano.
Tho Police Court calendar was
clean this morning, but owing to tho
McKinloy bill and salary clipping
no white gloves materialized.
Tho trial of tho six Chinoso who
assaulted Lii, tho Asylum guard, has
beon postponed till Wednesday noxt,
Lii not being well enough to appear.
Their Excolloneios G. N. Wilcox,
M. P. Robinson, P. C. Jones and
Cecil Brown visited tho U. S. cruiser
Boston this afternoon, receiving tho
Tho music for tho Masonic picnic
this evening will bo furnished by
the Quintet Club and a dotachinont
from tho Royal Hawaiian Band.
Thoro will bo sports in tho aftor
noon. A native boatboy wont one fish
ing near tho Boston this morning
and returned this afteruon with
fifty-seven fiuo largo mullets. Ho
sold fifty for $2 and feasted on tho
A luau was given to Queen Dow
ngor Kapiolani at tho residence of
Hon. J. T. Bakor at Hilo, Hawaii,
on Wednesday last, Nov. 16th, His
lato Majesty's birthday. A largo
crowd was present.
Tho contenary of missions was
celebrated b' a public meeting at
Sydney on October 4, the hundredth
anniversary of tho Baptist Mission
ary Society of England, which sent
William Caroy, tho pioneer mission
ary, to India.
In viow of tho near approach of
Thanksgiving Day tho Hawaiian
Hardware Co. call attontion to tho
advantages of tho Fischer Stool
Range and other things used in pre
paring a Now England dinner.
Thoir stock of lamps and shades is
worthy a visit.
Tho Inspectors of tho Third Pre
cinct of North Hilo have all resign
ed. Their resignations woro receiv
ed at tho Interior Ollico this 'morn
ing. Whothor this action will pre
vent a logal election, especially as
thoro is only one candidate (Na
wahi), may bo referred to tho Su
Tho Mariposa has not boon signal
ed as this papor goes to press. It
will bo remembered that tho Ala
meda, with tho nows of tho Presi
dential election in 1888, was Into nnd
oamo in Sunday morning. She dis
appointed ovorybody by not coming
Saturday with Spalding's All-Ainori-can
baseball team going round the
world, who wore to give an exhibi
tion match hore on Saturday,
Of tho mortgagee salo of real es
tate by Auctioneer Jamos F. Mor-
f;an, tins (Jay, ono piece in Ivnpa
ama, being a houso lot, realized tho
sum of $900, and ono piece of land in
South Komi, containing nn nroa of
220 acres, realized SUM), A third
pieco, also in South Kona, contain
ing about five acres, was withdrawn,
as enough was realized to satisfy
tho mortgagee's claim and expenses.
Mr, Moore, tho postmaster nt
Brndshnw, Va., after reading an nd
vortisomont of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, con
cluded to try n small bottlo of ii.
He says: "I used it in two cases for
colic and three for diarrhovi with
perfect satisfaction. 1 have bundled
and used a groat .deal of patent
medicine, but never tried any Mint
gnyo ns good results as this. For
salo by all dealers. Bonson, Smith it
Co., Agents for tho Hnwaiinn Isl
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Friday, Nov. 18, 1892.
The Assembly reconvened from
recess at 1:18 o'clock and proceeded
with tho further consideration of tho
bill relating to internal taxes,
Noble Baldwin who had previously
advocated tho payment into tho
treasury of School and Road Board
funds acknowledged a chango of
heart and withdrew his motion to
defer action on tho bill.
Tho Clork and Interpreter road
tho sections of tho bill without in
terruption to Section 45); then Ron.
Smith moved an amendment that
tho word "Fifth" bo inserted so as to
havo tho law agree with the provi
sions of tho Judiciary Bill. Carried.
At 8:30 tho absonco of members
from the House induced Rep. Wni
puilnni to move adjournment ou ac
count of lack of quorum.
Tho motion failed on account of
tho appearance of members from
tho lobby, and tho leading of tho
bill was continued.
Section 79 was also amended by
tho insertion of "April 1893" mid
At 4:20 o'clock the reading ondod,
and tho bill was passed.
Rop. Kamauoha moved that the
Houso adjourn until Monda', out of
doforenco to tho religious opinions
of a Seventh Day Advontist (Rop.
Bush) in tho Houso.
On motion tho House at 4:25 ad
journed. 127th DAY.
Saturday, Nov. 19, 1892.
The Assembly was called to order
at tho usual hour for prayor, aftor
which tho minutes of the previous
meeting woro read and approved.
The Minister of Interior reported
back a petition referred to him rola
tivo to a claim for 1000 damages on
account of the Government taking
possession of a certain fishpond on
Molokai, and recommended the pay
ment of $200. Tabled for consider
ation with tho Appropriation Bill.
President Walker appointed No
bles Baldwin and Hopkins on tho
Labor Committee to fill vacancies.
At 10:25, tho Order of tho Day be
ing moved, Bill 132, relating to
liquor liconses, was brought up and
a report of tho Temperance Com
mittee was read in connection there
with. Tho report recommended
that tho bill bo tabled. Report
Bill 181, relating to tho public
health, was takon up on second
reading and report of tho Sanitary
Committee recommending that tho
mil do taoiod was nuopteu.
Consideration of Bill 127, also re
lating to tho public health, was do
forred until noxt Thursday.
Bill 97, to bettor define tho prac
tice ill trials by jury, was moved on
for its third reading by tho intro
ducer, Rop. Ashford, and passed.
Bill 191, to amend tho law relating
to treason, was read a socond time.
Rop. R. W. Wilcox was opposed to
tho bill on tho ground that thoro
was law enough now on that sub
ject. The provision in all countries
for treason was death. Ho had had
experience and had not shirked tho
issue. Now it is proposed to sond
ono who is a patriot, and commits
tho gontlominly crime of treason,
to prison, and as an associate of
thieves, murderers and othor rascals.
Rep. Ashford thought that Rep.
Wilcox had omitted to read the first
section of tho bill. Tho committee
which had had this bill under con
sideration was favorably impressed
with its provisions nnd as an advance
over the relic of barbarism which
now disgraced tho statutes. Ho had
no fault to find with tho proposition
uindobyRep. Wilcox that treason
was a crime generally committed by
gentlemen and people of education.
He admitted that Mich was t lie case
and the opportunity was still pro-
seuted for a gent Ionian who may
commit lho -gentlemanly crime of
treason to receive a gentleman's
punishment by being hung by a gen
tlemanly shoriH". (Laughter.) But a
scullion may commit tho same crime
nnd ho should bo treatod differently
from tho gontloinaii offender and for
that reason tho provision was inndo
for punishment by imprisonment.
Rop. Kaunamano was opposed to
tho bill and favored tho motion,
inndo by Rop. Pun, that the bill be
Rop. White was also opposed to
the bill; ho did not consider that. Mm
changes presented woro necessary.
The old law is bettor than this. This,
if passed, would bo a menace to tho
Hop. Wnipuilnui said that ho was
a member of tho committee and
signed tho report. Tho bill was re
garded as necessary. There was no
intent to rob Her Majesty of any of
tho dignity which surrounds her, if
thoro had been any such intent ho
would not havo signed the bill,
Rep. S. K. Pua made his maiden
speech at considerable length, nml
spoke strongly ngninst tho bill. Ho
considered Mint the bill was n fraud,
it was an attempt to deceive tho
Houso. In European countries tho
death pounlty was tho sontonco to
parties charged with treason. This
bill was not of benefit for tho throno
or country and ho was opposed to it.
It can bo plainly seen tho intent
of this law is to take away the pro
tection which now surrounds tho
Rop. Smith said that tho bill now
presented was taken from the United
States law. Ho considered that it
would be nn added protection to
Pending notion the -Assembly nt
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotel
street , gouging uy any, week or
inonui zoo. aim
and $1.25 a week.
fiOo, a night; $1
TO BE A CONTEST.
W. H. Cornwall's Opponent Givon
tho Benefit of tho Doubt.
Tho Supreme Court has rendered
nn nuswor to tho questions submit
ted by tho Cabinet, in regard to the
petition requesting A. Hocking to
stnud ns a candidate for Noble for
Maui, Molokai and Lanai. Accoid
ing to tho law such a request to a
candidate "shall'bo deposited with
tho Minister of the Interior not less
than fourteen dnj's before tho dny
of election." That to Mr. Hocking
was received at tho Interior Depart
ment on the 15th inst. nt 8:10 p.m..
thodntoof tho election being fixed
for tho 29th inst.
Tho Cabinet asked the Court
whothor tho present ntion of the re
quest was within tho time limit, or
slioitld it have been filed on tho 14th
of November. In reply tho Court
says tho "computation .of timo with
in which an act is to be done has
beon discussed by very many courts
and tho decisions thereon aro very
numerous. Whoro an act is to bo
done within a specified number of
days aftor a specified event, tho rule
now supported ly nearly all ol the
modern casos is that the timo should
bo computed and including tho last
day of tho number constituting tho
"But in the oloetion law under
consideration," tho Court saj-s, "the
day of election (November 29th)
must bo excluded, for tho law sa3-s
tho request must bo deposited not
less than fourteen days before tho day
of oloetion. Excluding then this
daj' and counting back, tho day of
tho depositing (November 15th)
would bo tho fourteenth day. Should
this day also bo excluded? If it
should bo excluded in tho computa
tion then only thirteen days would
elapse between the filing and tho
election. The decisions on this ques
tion aro contradictory." Authorities
from American and English courts
are quoted and the Court concludes
"Tho current of decisions not being
uniform and consistent wo prefer to
advise that in this ease the rule bo
adopted to count the day upon which
tho request was filed as the first of
tho fourteen required days. Wo
think thoreforo that tho requost was
filed in time and that the statute is
Another question of tho Cabinet
was whothor Mr. Hocking's holding
tho ollicos of a member of tho Road
Board and of Fence Commissioner
disqualified him as a candidate. The
gist of tho Court's reply to this is to
lio found in tlio following sentences:
"Thoro is no provision of the stat
uto forbidding him from standing
as a candidate while under disquali
fication. If tho disqualification
should bo removed at any time be
fore tho oloetion it would bo suffi
cient. It is not essential that it
should bo removed at tho timo of
tho filing of tho request."
Mr. W. Jl. Uornwell will thpreforo
havo to fight for his old seat, re
signed whou ho bocamo a Minister,
with Mr. Hocking.
For tho Season. -
The Pacific Hardware Co. aro dis
playing Dinner, Breakfast, Chamber
and Tea Sols in Doulton Ware and
Copoland; examples suitable for
presents in Haviland, Copoland.
lioyal Worcester, Royal Devon ana
Bisquo; Bisque Figures; Rochostor
Lamps; a few Fancy Clocks, and
many othor articles.
Hiugham Buckets, plain and paint
ed, in nests. Evorjr housokeepor
should havo a supply of those.
Refrigerators and Ico Chests of
the most improved patterns.
Pictures and Picture Frames.
Picture Framing in all its branches
A visit to tho art rooms is invited.
The Bust Plaster. Dampen a
pieco of ilannol with Chamberlain's
1'ain Balm and bind it on over tho
seat of pain. It is bettor than any
plaster. When the lungs aro sore
such an application on tho chest
and another on the back, between
the shoulder blades, will often pro
vent pneumonia. There is nothing
so good for a lame back or a pain in
the side. A' sore throat can nearly
always bo cured in ono night by ap
plying a Ilannol bandage dampened
with l'ain Balm. HO cent bottles for
salo by nil dealers. Benson, Smith
Si Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
A, llvllanger, Piopr., Stove Foun
dry, Montaguy, Quebec, writes: "1
have used August h'lowcr for Dys
pepsia. It gave me gicat relief. I
recommend it to all Dyspeptics as a
very good remedy."
Ud, Bergeron, General Dealer,
Iaiuon, Tyevis, Quebec, writes: "1
have used August Flower with the
best possible results for Dyspepsia."
C. A. Barriugton, Kngineer and
General Smith, Sydney, Australia,
writes: "August Flower lias effected
a complete cure in my case. It act
ed like a niiiaelc."
Geo. Gates, Corinth, Miss., writes:
" 1 consider your August Flower the
best remedy in the world for Dys
pepsia. I was almost dead with
that disease, but used several bottles
of August Flower, and now con
sider iiiyself a well man. I sincerely
recommend this medicine to suffer
ing humanity the world over." !
G. 0. (JHHIvN, Sole Manufacturer,
Wuodl.iiry. New Juscy, IKS. A.
OX T11K 18th INST, AN ANTIQUK
Bilvor Hmcelet on Alukeii street be
tween Kiiij; anil Hotel Htreeta. Under
will receive u miltuldu reward liy leaving
winiu ut olllue of V. 0. l'urke. b1KH
GO cents a vionth,
: .1 U
, r n n -
B.F. ALLEN &C0;
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COHXEK FORT AND KINO BTUKKTS.
Cocoanuts for Planting I
A Miunll lot of Oliotuo Seed t'oconiitlts just
reeoivoil from Bunion. Thuv aro of
the, variety known as the-
Niu Lea or Dwarf Cocoauut !
Which hears its nuts in profusion aU-1 to li
feet from the ground. Tlioy aro eam' and
rare anil considered valnahlo in Samoa
where "they eomo into behrinuj at about
four ycilrs of ago.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
Gainarinos' Kalilii Ranch
Turkeys, Geese, Heavy Roosters
Now being KUOZEN will be ready
delivery before or on the morning
ot iiiiuii;giving uay.
Dressed All Ready for the Oven I
A nr'i.ci vi. i.i si: opi
Smyrna Figs, Raisins, Dates,
Nuts of all kinds, Lie, Etc.,
For tho Holiday and Vcptivo Season.
1'riees to suit tho times.
California Fruit Market.
CIS- Mutual Tel
Monday, Nov. 21st
Dry & Fancy Goods
The imdurl(;nod having beon appointed
Sole Agents for Hie Hawaiian Islands
urn Tin: i i.i.i iiitui;u
KitoM thi: wouks ok
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Ktliiiates and
reeeivu Orders for llie-u Kiigines,
of any hle and style.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AKi: NOW MANUFAOTUItINO A
BTVI.i: OK LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which hiivo recently been
received at thohu Inlands, and we will Imvu
pleiiMire in furnishing plantation agents
and managers with paitienlars of same.
The Superiority of these Locomotives
over all other makes Is Known not only
hero but is acknowledged thioiighout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents for 'tho Hawaiian Islands,
Thanksgiving and Xmas !
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
roil Tin: past six months in
Elegant Oondition for t,lie TslToIo !
Wo do not ollor Kkclutnu Dirds for .aio at $l.f0 a plocc, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressod and Iced If Desired
AND DKMVKUUI) T1IK MOUNINO OK
R& l.ivo Wolght of llirdK varying from 1:
FOll SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Office of 1). If. liimihtim,
M. A. SEED DRY PLATE CO., y
" ' St. Louis,
My laxt order for Plates arrived very promptly,
thanks for being so prompt.
I with to state, that lam using ynur Plates exclusively for all
work done on these grounds for the ojjicial record of construction.
Of course comment by me as to the good qualities of the Seed
Plate arc entirely unnecessary. , 4 1
C. J). ARNOLD,
The Seed Plates
tsr .ajr.:e3 for sale oistil.'y by
109 Fort Street.,
N. S. SACHS',
104 Ifort Streot, Honolulu.
j Have you, seen the Neic Roman
you seen the Night downs
J lave yon seen the New Art
Have iou seen the, Monsquelaire
Pair at 'Sachs' Storef
Have you seen
Sachs' Store 1
the New Silk
know that the. Latent Novelties and
found at Sachs' Storet
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
lllniik (Hluncru-l'J-Im'li wide
i SO ccntH yer
Black' Imllu Lawn. Blank Krem-h Unwi;
llluok Hnttci'ii In 1'liiln nnd Klunruil.
lilac I; Calico In 1'1'iln and Figured.
B. F. EHLERS &
Drentimiking nndor the management of Mim K. GIjAKK.
The Only Non-Dyspeptic Hot Cakes!
Hot Cakes Made from this "bK'"
MITCHELL & PETERSON, San Francisoo Agents.
AKKW Kl KST-UliAPH KAM 1 lV HAT H
ing Uewirt hits been opened at Wai
klkl under the above name by Mas. K. 0.
ItnuK, for the comfort and convenience of
tlto.-c wishing to enjoy a sea bath, It is
sllunted a little beyond the Villa, Tram
cars past the gate.
K. 11, Special arrangements huvu been
made for Ktuiiily Picnics and Evening
Hathing l'aitles. ' tf-tf
t Subsorjbtffor 7he Ihily lullriin, f0
'centu per month.
DAY KOU USK
! to U0 lbs. -ni
Chief of Conxtruction, World
118 The, llookery , Chicago
Honolvilu, H. I.
Sashes at N. S. Swhs' Store?
that are setting for $1.00 at Saehx'
for Drapes and I'avcy Work
Undressed Kill Uloves for fluiU a
Strip - d and Polka Dot Chdillrs at
Most Stylish tloods
A KUbb LINK OF
Muck, Cotton, Silk mill KM Cloves In nil
Muck Blocking for Ladies and Children.
MuelcSllk Wurn Henrietto Cloths,
Kto., KU, Ktc, Kte.
CO.'S, 99, Fort1. St.
are Delicious and Easily Digested. J,!iJ!il!v
HUSTACE & CO.,
-DKALKKBlNr- i ' '-
WOOD and COAL.
Whlte and Black Sand
Which wo will oll at the Very 1-owett
at the Very
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see bis friends,
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Honolulu. Nov, UrieM.1" Vm57w
MB. J.KVY WILL Ql'KN A.11UY AN11
Kauey Goods Btore.nt NtE 75 1'ort
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