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OAHU'RAILWAY AND LANDCO.
F.IOM AND, AJJTKlt OCTOHKH 1. 189Z
A.M. P.M. P.M.
Lonvo Honolulu. .0:16 8:45 1:45
Arrive Honoullull.7:20 0:.")7 2:57
Ionvo Uonoullull..7:30 10: HI 3:1.'!
Arrlvo Honolulu .8:35 11:53 4:55
Vhaii:, City I.our..
jlxyivo Honolulu 6:105
Arrlve Pearl City..,.,, .... 5:48$ ..
-oftvo Peart Olty..(l:5T
-Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Bunduys excepted. t Saturdays billy.
Tides; Sun and Moon.
11Y c. J. LYONS.
First Quarter ot thomoon on the 20th nt lib.
57 in. p.m.
THB - DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 23, 1892.
Wednesday, Nov. 23.
Am MIhs yacht Hiram Iiingham, 2.5 days
from ban Francisco
Btmr James Malcce from Kauai
v ' "VyKDNESDAY. -NOV. 23.
Stmr Hawaii for Lnhuina and Haumkaa
Sttnr I'elu for Makaweli
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Janics Mnkco for Waianao, AVaialua,
Kaliuku and.l'unaluu at 12 m
Am sehr Gov Ames, Davis, for Port
For Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala, Nov 22
Hon A B Wilcox. A M Sproull, Mrs J V
Husband, Mrs Fferdner, Dr A E Nichols
and wife, Chun Hoy, Yee Wo, St I Bilva
nnu auout : uecK.
rom Kapaa, per stmr James Makue,
r 23 T 1 Taylor, Mr Wolir and 2 deck.
The bark Alden Besso loads coal at
naimo for Kahului.
Tho new Hawaiian steel bark It. P.
Hithct loads coal at Departure Hay for this
The steamer James Makeo arrived from
Kauai this morning and will leave again
to-morrow for tho other side of this island.
The barkentino Irmgard left Newcastle,
N. S. W., on Nov. 8 for this port coal laden.
The bark Albert left Ban Francisco the
The schooner Gov. Ames finished dis
charging her 1000 tons of coal yesterday,
and was moved over to Wilder's wharf.
She will leave to-morrow for Port Town
send whoro she expects to load with lum
ber from the sawmills? Captain Davis has
purchased 200 bunches of bananas on his
own account for speculation. Temporary
repairs havo bcon made to her rudder.
C. J. McCarthy
street for sale.
has lots on Liliha
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Elite Ico Cream Parlors."
After shaving uso Cucumbor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Dr. MeLonuan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotol. Chronic and Sugical
casos. Mutual Telephone 682.
For island views and artistic photos
go to the Aloha Gallory, Sovoriu &
Bolstor, Fort stroot. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotol
stroot. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night;, $1
and $1.25 a wook.
For Thanksgiving Day order your
minco pies from tho "Elite Ico Cream
Parlors." A No. 1 quality guaran
teed. Bo sure and send your ordor
At tho Thanksgiving exorcises in
tho Central Union Church, tho fol
lowing Sorvico of Praiso will bo ren
dered: Anthem "llejoice in tho Lord",. .Touro
Duett "Though Your Bins lie as Bcariet."
Solo "Insplrer und Hearor of Prayer" . . .
Response "Holy, holy, holy" ..Schubert
Hymn 1050 "Praise to God, immortal
Hymn 1059 "My Country, 'tis of theo."
.Sermon by Rev. 8. 13. Jiishop.
Aro your children subject to croup?
H so, you should uover bo without
a bottlo pf Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy. It is a certain euro for
croup, and has never boon known to
fail. If given freely as soon as tho
croupy cough appears it will pre
vent the attack. It is tho solo reli
ance with thousands of mothers who
have croupy children, and never dis
appoints thorn. There is no danger
in giving this Romody in largo and
frequent doses, as it contains nothing
injurious. 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Bonson, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiiau Islands,
K 5 e o
DAT-8SSISI55 i I
Fpf.rf?F 9 F F
" a.m.-p.m. p.m. p.m.
Moil. 21 5 201 5 0 10 40 0 40 0 IS 8 17 7 fl
Tucs. 2 S 40 fi SO 11 0 1 40 (I IS A 17 7 At
Wed. 23 53, 0 20 11 30 2 20 0 1(1 A 17 8 60
Tliurs. 24 7 10 0 SO 11 40 2 40 0 17 A 17 A2
Fll. 25 830 '8 0.... 3 0 0 17 5,1710 6'
Silt. 20 8 50 11 0 1 201 3 50 0 IS 5 17 11 50
Bun. 27 1) 10 11 :10 2 40 8 0B 11)' 5 17 ...
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
To-morrow ia Thanksgiving Dny.
A pound notico appears in this
Fivo now laws aro published in
Antonio Porry has bcon appointed
a notary public.
ponod until Dec. 8.
Court is .jtosl-
Tho U. S. S. Allianco will sail Tor
Samoa on Saturday.
Japaneso barbor shops aro doing a
big business thoso days.
Choice fat gobblers aro available
from Hon. Paul Isonborg's ranch.
Samuel McKoaguo has succeeded
Q. W. Smith as korosono oil inspec
tor. Hollistor & Co. have 11 stylos of
Kodaks, at from $7 to $75, for Christ
mas. The Scottish Thistlo Club will
givo anothor social noxt Monday
A nativo pleaded guilty to being
drunk in tho Police Court and was
fined $2 and $1 costs.
tho Kalihi Poi
raised turkoys for Christmas.
Tho Hoyal Hawaiian band will givo
a Thanksgiving concert at tho Ha
waiian Hotol to-morrow ovoning.
Tho wino and boor bill was knock
ed out yestorday aftornoon, conse
quently woman's say will not bo ro
quirod. Several grocery storos and tho
Union Feed Company will close
their doors at 10 o'clock to-morrow,
Poina was found guilty in tho
Police Court for assault and battory
on a woman on Monday and was
finod $12 and costs.
The Pacific Hardware Co. makes a
fino display of cutlery in ono of its
windows, with tho admonition, "Pre
pare for war with Turkoy."
Tho Thanksgiving sorvico at St.
Andrew's Cathodral to-morrow morn
ing begins at 10 o'clock. The choir
will render a special program of
A singing class was formed in tho
St. Andrew's Cathodral schoolroom
yestorday ovoning to moot every
Tuesday ovoning. F. M. English
will bo instructor.
W. S. Maltby, tho famous cyclist,
will arrive by the Australia noxt
week. Wouldn't it bo a good idea
for local wheelmen to givo him a re
ception of some kind?
The Young Sportsman, a journal
for huntors, fishermen and fanciers,
is a neat now monthly oxchanuro,
published at Albion, Now York;
George A. Bowon and Arthur West,
A brake driven by F. W. Macfar
lano and a hack nearly collided at
the junction of King street and Ka
waiahao lane. It was a narrow
escape. The hack was coming out
of the lano.
A ridiculous letter has been re
ceived by the editor, biguod by and
purporting to havo been written by
"Joe Marsdon." Hon. Jos. Marsdon
on being handed tho letter denounc
ed it as a forgery.
Tho caso of tho six Chinaman
charged with assault on Lii, ono of
tho strong nion in tho Hawaiian tug-of-war
team, near tho As3'lum, has
boon nol. pros'd. Lii's injuries aro
not .is bad as was reported.
Tho annual mooting of tho Ha
waiian Historical Sociotj' will bo
hold on Monday ovoning. It will lie
opon to tho public. Judge Dole will
road a paper on "Tho Dovolopinont
of Hawaiian Land Tenure."
Tho fivo-mastod schooner Gov.
Amos will leave to-morrow for the
Sound. Bosides a dookload of 200
bunches of bananas bought by Cap
tain Davis on speculation, there will
bo a number of Japaneso passengers.
Tho Elite Ico Cream Parlors
treated tho Bulletin ollico workers
to minco pies to-day. They ate it at
lunch and flatter themselves thoy
are ahead of tho Unitod States ono
day in gratitude for blessings re
ceived. Excolsior Lodge, I. O. O. F., had
a largo attendance last night, and at
tho close Mr. C. J. Fishel, newly
commissioned as District Deputy
Grand Siro, treated tho brethren to
coffoo and chocolate, with minco and
cranberry pies and cake, at tho
Elite Ico Cream Parlors.
A mooting of tho Pacific Wheel
men was hold yostorday ovoning at
tho Y. M. O. A. hall. Thoro was a
largo attondanco of tho cyclists. An
offer of tho loaso of land suitablo for
a track at Pearl City was rocoivod,
discussod and finally accoptod. It
was also decided to nave an illumi
nated parade on whools on tho night
of tho 28th hist.
Tho first church in the islands to
bo lighted by electricity will bo tho
Kaumakapili church. Throe very
handsome crystal chandeliers havo
boon placod in position, and on Mon
day ovoning noxt at tho organ con
cert, Hor Majesty tho Queon will
turn on tho electric current for the
first time. Thoro are sixty-four lights
altogothor. Tickets of admission to
the organ concert will bo on sale at
T. G, Thrum's bookstore, Forthtroet.
Harris Estate Sale.
Tlio sale ot p
iroporty bolonging to
tho estate of the
late dailies Harris
took place at noon to-day at tho
auction room of J. F. Morgan. Tho
family rosidonco on Fort, below Ku
kui street, was bought by Mrs. Annie
Harris for $2775. Tho land at Kni
lua, Koolau, was purchased by Hon.
0. W. Ashford for $197.50. Two
apatias at Hououliuli, Ewa, woro
knocked down to Hon. Jas. I, Dow
sett for $150. Tho sale realized
Wkdnksday, Nov. 23, 181)2.
Prayor by tho Chaplain, al 10
o'clock. Minutes of tho previous
meeting were then read and were
No report from standing or special
Tho Attoinoy-Gonoral presented
answers to Iho resolution of Hop.
Hush in re mutters appertaining to
certain Crown Lands nt Kaneohe,
Oahu; and as follows:
1. Answer. 1751 33-100 acres. 2.
Lands leased and to whom, etc., as
por fltntoniont hereto annexed. 3.
Nannio It. Brewer did deed certain
lands as por deed annexed. 1. Tho
leaso of certain lands was tho basis
of tho bottlemeut and payment of
back rent. 5. The lease was ex
ecuted and Iho sum of $5500 paid as
back rent. 6. Tho entry in tho
Crown Laud books is as follows,
"Oct. 18, 1883, for back rents "Knno
oho Plantation $5500." Signod by
Cecil Brown and M. P. Robinson as
Crown Lands Commissioners.
Following is tho statomont show
ing lands in Kaneohe, and to whom
leased, date, term, annual rental and
Halekou and Waikalua, Waikalua
Waho, Waikalua and Kaluapuhi,
Puupao, Parts of Kaneohe, to Nanuio
E. Browor, Oct. 15, 1883, 30 years,
JftiUU, 815 acres.
Koaalua, N.. It. Brewer, Jan. 1,
1880, 15 years, S110, 06 acres.
Kanahouliwai, L. Ahlo, Jan. 1,
1891, 15 years, $500, 216 acres.
Halekou and Kaluapuhi, W. H.
Itickard, Jan. 1, 1889, 15 years, $760,
Koaahala, Heoia Plantation,. Jan.
15, 1885, 10 years, $55, 379 acres.
ivanonouhwai, Kov. H. H. Parkor,
Jan. 1, 1888, 10 years, $100, 10
Waikalua, P. Wood, Jan..
lt j'oars, kit I, 'lbs acres.
On motion of Hop. Bush tho reso
lution and reply were referred to a
special committee, which was ap
pointed by tho President as follows:
Hops. Bush and Ashford, Noblos
Thurstori and Walbridgo and tho
Noblo J. M. Horner offered a reso
lution that hereafter tho Assembly
moot at 9 a. in., and that tho roll bo
called at 9 a. in. and also after re
cess. Somo little discussion ensued and
a motion was finally put to strike
out tho roll calls. After two or
throe votes woro taken a tie was tho
result, 20 to 20, and President
Walker cast his voto in favor of tho
roll call. Tho resolution was then
Noblo Thurston, undor suspension
of tho rules, presented a petition
that postal privileges bo accorded to
tho Bureau of Information. Refer
red to tho Committee on Commerce.
Noblo Williams, from a special
committee having consideration of
Horner's Banking Bill, presented a
majority report recommonding that
tho bill bo indefinitely postponed.
Report tabled for consideration with
the niinoritj' report, to bo presented,
and tho bill.
Noblo Thurston offered tho reso
lution presented by him yostorda',
rolativo to the roforonco of Bill 05a,
authorizing tho granting of liconsos
for tho sale of light wines and boor,
and tho investigation of tho Gotlion
borg system by a commission of fivo
persons. After an amendment of
fered and accoptod tho resolution
At 11, the unfinished business was
moved on and consideration of tho
proposed now Article (83) to tho
Constitution, was brought up.
A motion todofor consideration of
tho-Article until 2 p. m. was put
Rep. Ashfoul said that at present
ho and others woro onposed to tho
pnssago of tho ainonuniont. Theio
should bo somo restriction in the
provisions of tho proponed Registra
tion Act. Ho moved that tho Article
bo made the special Ordor of tho
Day for noxt Monday.
Noblo Thurston argued that tho
position taken by Rop. Ashford was
not consistent, Thoso who would
bo benefited most by tho Registra
tion Act would not bo tho planters;
they wanted unskilled labor, thoy
did not care how many plumbers or
carpontors or. other tradesmen caino
in, but, to protect tho rest of tho
community especially tho mechanics,
thoy favored tho Registration Act to
apply to Chinese now in tho country
ns well as thoso that might come in
after this. Ho showed how impossi
ble it would bo to apply its work
ings properly if applied onh to
Chinese now to arrive.
Rop. Smith also attempted to
show that this now Article only np
pliod to Chinoso to coino. Tho
Registration had to apply to all in
tho couutry or none.
Rop. Bush said that any law which
tended to pavo tho way to class
legislation was in opposition to pro
gressive government. Thoro woro
over 30,000 Asiatics hero now and to
opon tho door to more would bo
against the well-being of tho com
munity. Rop. Whito was opposed to tho
Article passing, as thoro was no con
stitutional provision for tho inser
tion of now Articles; only for amend
ments, If tho provisions only ap
plied to Chinoso ho would favor it,
but thoro seemed to bo nothing
which would prevent its application
to Jlnwaiians in tho future. Thoro
was a law in oxistonco to put tags
on dogs, tho Registration law was
intended to put tags on Chinese.
Foreigners como hero, make their
money, and then skip off to England
or America and invest their moneys
and leave tho llawaiians lioro to
wrostlo with tho hordes of Asiatics
inipoitod. Now that Cleveland has
boon elected as Prosidont of tho
United States, and as ho is tho man
who will kill tho MoKinloy bill, then
tho planters should be satisfied, as
times will bo airain L'ood for thorn.
I But no, they reminded him of a fat
' hog who although filled full of food
will continually want more. Ho
would say that tho Hawaiian and
English version did not agree, which
in itself would destroy (lie ellicaey
of tho measure oven il passed. At
12 ho moved recess until 1:30 p. m.
Tho Bingham Arrives.
Tho sloop Hiram Bingham, in
command of Itov. A. C. Walkup, ar
rived this morning, twonty-thrpo
days from San Francisco. After re
ceiving a few supplies, she will leave
again for the South Seas, ex peoting
to get thero in time to meet the
Morning" Star. The Bingham had
lino weather the first week out, then
strong head winds. On Friday last
sho experienced a strong north
westerly wind and then calms to
port. Sho has a gasoline engine on
board which can get up steam in
ton minutes for uso wlion there is no
wind'. Tho ongino is something like
tho Itogan vapor engine, only that
it usos a lamp instead of electricity.
Sho carries bosides tho niato two
South Sea Island sailors. A crowd
was attracted by the trim and neat
looking little vessel. Tho Hiram
Bingham is 19ft. in length, lift,
beam, 5.9ft. in depth. Sho will bo
used for mission work in tho South
Seas. Her cabin is a snug ono and
sho has no hatched for storage of
anything of any size.
Kalua, a young native, was arrest
ed yostorday aftornoon by Police
Captain Robort Parker, on tho com
plaint of Fugii, a Japanese, that the
nativo had stolon two hair-clippors
belonging to him, valued at $10.
Fugii stated that Kalua had gone
into his barber shop on Maunakea
street and taken the clippers off the
shelf. Ho had been soon in the act
by his wifo. Kalua was triod in the
Police Court this morning, when
Mrs. Fugii stated in addition that
Kalua had como into tho shop and
askod if hor husband was out. Ka
lua ran from tho place and tho wo
man cried out for help, but tho thief
could not bo caught. Kalua sold
ono clipper to a Jap on King street
for $1.50, tho other ono is missing.
Kalua was found guilty of larceny
in tho fourth degieo and was sen
tenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for six months.
The Best. Plaster. Dampon a
piece of flannel with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and bind it on over tho
so.it of pain. It is hotter than any
plaster. Whon tho lungs aro sore
such an application on tho chest
and another on the back, between
tho shoulder blades, will often pre
vent pneumonia. Thoro 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 flannel bandage dampened
with Pain Balm. 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
Baron Kortendiok, Lord of the
Manor of Castle Nordkiichon, be
came involved in a fight with poach
ers on his estate a few days ago and
was shot dead.
Big Cornfed, Farmraised Turkeys
For Christmas !
tm KOU SALH AT THK
Ka-lilxi. Poi Factory,
fiS2-lm W. L. WILCOX.
HAS KOMI! -
Nice Fat Gobblers
ZPor Sale I
Kor Nearly ISO Years' Well-known
Mince, Ci':iiil)i'.i'isjp)le Pies
Hpeeiallv innilu for Thanksgiving
Strictly 1'iiro and Highly Klavored,
ICE CREAMS & SHERBETS,
Pure and Wholesome Family & Milk Bread
K. HORN'S CUI.KHRATUI)
Fresh fioin the ovens every morning at 10
o'clock uM'vpt Bundayii at
Piocoer Steam Candy Factory and
Hotol hetween Kort and Kuuumi Btreetd.
B.F. ALLEN &C0
Mron, Newman & Co.
COKXKR POUT AND KINO 8TUKBTB.
rpVO N'lUiilA ,FUK
JL nisht 1 Uuoiiih, cen
trally located. llKiuiio lit
Uum.ktin oniro. :ra-tf
DUVAI, l'UKMIBKS, !!!
llurvtuuln street, on-
posito Tort street church.
l. 1. ljllil.il, "S'i"; .-.
At Thco. H-. Davies ,t Uoi
110U.3U OK 1-MVU
rooms, on Mnunriuc
street, with Kathrooni, pat
ent W. 0., ctu. CoiniiuiuiN
ouo of the llno.t views in Honolulu. Applv
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
70 K A KI'.W MONTHS
ii Larini Unfurnished
lloom or Datai'livui Out
lmildiiiL', suitable for a
painting room,'' AiMress ,
v I!. HAliXniiM),
f77-lv 1 O. Uox mi,
JTTAH1J ON 1,,;
in street,, near &'f,
, containing fflmfc
rooms, Hath- Zi' l33z
Pin lor. '- He-lrooms. Hath- SiiAiik
room, J)iniii(,'roum, Pun try anil Kitchen,
bervani's room, I urruiKi' llou-e, htulile, etc.
Tramcais pass every 'M minutes; Apply nt
olliee of this paper." i.Vi-tt
FOR SALE or LEASE
JL Premises lately occu
pied hy Mr. U. Sulir, will
ho for sale or lea'-e at uu-
sonahlo nrieo or rental. Thu Grounds con
tain a variety of Fruit and Ornamental
Trees. Tho Commodious Dwelling is well
furnirihed with modern iuipiovcmcnts and
conveniences. Itooiny Hani ami a 'J-Kciom
Cottage for servants. "Kor further particu
lars, apply to JOHN UNA,
Ollicu Intei-lsl mil Steam Navigation
Presents its Annual Array of
And gives no evidence of diminished sup
ply on account of the cry of dull times,
hut mecti the changed conditiini of tilings
l a reduction of pi ices in many lines
through a saving oi Aniciican duties on
most Unropean floods Unit every well
regulated family must have. A visit to
T. G. Thrum's Store
lOS Fort Street,
Buggested to a littlo visitor the thought
that "Bantu Clans was going to live here,"
thus recognizing tho fact as well as name,
ltiillcr.s a variety for selection that must
he xeeu to ho he uppreeiated.
Tho nelection of HOOKB-delayed en
route will ho hero hy return "Auwtialia,"
hut tho lino of
Booklets & Xmas Cards
Not nn old ono of Inst vcar'x etoul;
in tho lot; with
-:-Calendars for 1893-:-
Are Attractive, lioth for price anil design,
tST All orders carefully attended to.
Monday, Nov. 21st
r. S. LEVY'S
Dry & Fancy Goods
" Kodaks for
HOLLISTER & CO.
1 O Fort Street, . .
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
KOU Tin: PAST SIX MONTHS IN . .
Elegant Oondition for tlie Telfole !
'4 i We do not oiler Skeleton Hirds for sale at ifl.NJ n piece, hut
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed. a.n.ci loeci If IDesired
AND UUI.1VKKKI) THK MORNING OK DAY KOR USK -:
B- Uvo Weight of Hirds varying from 12 to 20 llw. -1
Prices to S-u.it E-very-Toocly !
FOR SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
104 Fort Street, Xlonolulu..
Ifnvr you nrrn the iVw L'omuH Suilifn al X. .S. Saihi' Store?
i Jliiv ijnu .ven the A7fif (Joirn that ure nellhni for $1.00 at tiaehx'l
!llavr you .writ the Xew Art iiilLt for l)raiei and Fancy Work ati
Stwlix' Mjret , J
Have you men the Moiiiqitetitire Ihiiliexxed Kill (Jlovm or $1.50 a
1'itir at iiiichx' Slorei
!1 uve you yei n the A'ew Silk
Do iiou know that the Latent Xoi'illiex and Mot Stiflixh (iuiutx caul
ilivnyi lie found at Suehx' Store f
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
HY bAST STKAMKlt A KUld. I.INU OK
BLACK QOODS 1
A.S FOLLOWS :
Illack Cashmere I'J-inch wide, ft) cent per
vard and upwind.
Illack India Lawn. Illack Krcneh Lawn.
Illack batteen in Plain aud figured.
Iliack Calico in Plain and Figured.
B. F. EHLERS &
DrosMiuiklng under thu nianiigemeiit of Miw K. CLARK. -t5t
F-wy Ml B
Tho Nlppou Yuson Kalsha's Steamslilp
" Yamashiro Maru"
Will leava thin jiort for Yokohama direct
on or ahoiil
Itf Kor particularH regarillug Kruighl
mil Pnisage, apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co., Ifl.,
IV lug Resort hint lieen opened at Wal-
UU under tho al.ovi iiauiuhy Mns. U. 0.
Riiuk, for thu comfort and eonveiilmica ot
those wishing to enjoy a mh hath. It U
.sllu'uled a littlo beyond the Villa. Tram-
cars pass tiui gtite.
N. II.- Special arrangements have heeu
made for Kainlly Picnics and Kvmiiug
llathilig Parllus. . fJ-tf
iubxoribeJor the Daily llullvtin, 60
' ,. ' "
tt pet month,
d Xmas !
Stripul aud I'olka Dot Chaillex att
Illack, Cotton, Silk anil Kid Oloveslnnll
Hhick blockings for Ladles and Children,
illack Silk Warp Heiirietto Cloths,
UW, Uto., K.te., Utu,
CO.'S, 99 For,t St.
Hi:tl. Ill -TUI.r.PHONUS Mutiiai. IU
A T C'T-T'TF.fT A ,
'J.7S Per Cord .. -I Toot Lengths
fXW Por Cord i l'oot Lengthx
tW.W Pur Cord. . . I Toot Length".
I& Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTAOE & CO.
Z&- Ring up No. Ill on-Roth Tele
phoneh, , fllS-tf
HUSTACE & CO.,
- DUALURS IN -
WOOD and COAL.
Vliito and Black Sand
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Bell 41i TELEPHONE - Mutual 41
MRS. PIURRU JONUf. UU NUUANH
Avenue, would bo irlud uf a limited
","'bor ?' ""''iWi'11 !""? W'1 ."'
I Watur-onlorn; ou'SllkjiSatiti, Oauva. etc,
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