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OAHU RAILWAY AP LAND CO.
FI10M AND AFTER OCTOBER 1. 1802.
Leave Honolulu.. .0:15
Arrivd Honolulu .8:35
a.m. r.M. P.M.
8:40 1:15 4:3Tt
0:57 2:57 5:35t
10:43 3:13 osl'it
11:55 4:55 0:50t
rEAiu. City Local.
Leavo Honolulu 5:10 ....
Arrlvo l'cnrl City 5:485 ....
Leave l'cnrl Otty..(l:55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays oxconteil. t Saturdays only.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 1, 1893.
WKnwisriAY, Jan. -I.
SS Australia, Houdlottc, for San Fran
cisco, at 12 noon
UBS Boston, Wiltso, for a cruiso
Btmr Kaala for Waianuc, Wnialua, Moku
loia, Knlinkn and l'unaluu.
Stnir Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p in
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Amliktno Amelia, Ward, for San Francisco
For San Francisco, per Australia, .Tan 4
John Wood, Dr Freeman. Mrs Long, Hon
.INS Williams, G h Junkman, C H Rich
ardson, C C Conwcll and wife, W
S Maltbv, JHss K Lee, Mrs E F
Bishop, 'Miss Mutlicr, J A Mngoon,
wife and child, F U Heath, 8 H monger
and wife, A H Mackintosh, J M Hind, 8 T
Alexander, J N White, N D White, Mrs K
H Hoes, child and maid, J B Miller, Col 7.
S Spalding, Louis Sloss, .Tr, Urs 8 L and O
F Lee, Miss K Lidd, S Khrlich, Hon H It
Hind and wife, Mrs J IS Castle and son,
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Alameda, Morse, from San Fiauuis-eo,
duo Jan 13
S S Mariposa, Hayward, from tho Colonies,
due San. 12
Gor hark H Hockfeld from Livorpool, duo
Am bkt Planter from Port Gamble
Hnw bgt Douglas from San Francisco
Vessels in Port.
U S S Do-ton, Wiltse, from Hilo
Am bktne Amelia, Ward, from Port Town
send Am 4-mstd schr Transit, Jorgcnsen, from
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Haw Dk Manna Ala, Smith, from New
castle, N S W
Am bkt Discovery. McNeill, San Francisco
Am bk S C Allen Thompson, San Fran
Dr bk Velocity, Martin, irom Hongkong
(ler bk Dylgia", Plocger, Hongkong
Schr Hoht Lewers fiom Port Uumblo
The S. S. Australia, which left for San
Ji'roncisco tins afternoon, took the follow
ing cargo: 10,20.") bags sugar, W.G.Irwin
Az Co.; 1570 bags rice, Sing Chong it
Co.; 3 bags cofl'ce, Clms. Hustace; 3!X) bills,
green bides, I bdl. goatskins, F. F. Porter;
101 bags awa root, J. I. Dowsett; 12 bxs.
betel leaves, Loi Sing; 138 bdls. green hides,
M. W. MeChesnoy & Sons; 200 bnehs. ba
nanas, Sing Sing iV: Co. ; liM! do., J. dc Sllva.
82 do., Jno. Shaw; 515 doTTO. T. Gulick; 33
do., Y. Lit m Sing; 1378 do., G. Lycurgus;
3000 do., Campbell, Marshall it Co. Dom
estic value, $5.1,735.98.
Sec Iho now Floral Sots at Benson,
Smith & Co.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hoad, 8 p. in. Woathor
olonr, wind calm.
, Hon. J. I. Doweott shipped by tho
S. S. Australia to-day 10-1 bags awa
Hons. R. R. Hind and J. N. S.
"Williams woro passengers by tho S.S.
Tho band did not play at tho
Hotol last ovoning owing to tho in
Tho U. S. cruisor Boston loft
shortly after 11 o'clock this morning
lor gnu prucucu.
Tho town was struck by a cold
wavo this morning and extra blankets
woro much in demand.
Tho number that won tho dress at
M. S. Levy's was 53, and tho ono
taking tho doll was 71.
Tho S. S. Australia took for San
Francisco to-day a mail of 3514
letters and 912 papers.
Tho form of application for license
of vendors of roods, wares and mer
chandise appear in tho official col
umn. L. II. Deo, of tho Criterion, gives
notice to all parties having bills
against that saloon to present thorn
J. F. Morgan will hold an as
signee's salo of clothing, shoos and
household furniture at his salesroom
at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
An oldorly native man, a retainer
of tho Into Queen Emma, died on
Sunday last and was buried on Mon
day by liev. Alox. jMacicmtosn.
Tho Board of Commissioners of
Fences for tho District of North
Kohala now consists of R. Hind, Jr.,
H. L. Holstoiu and A. b. Jvaohu.
Four cases of Now Year's drunk
enness ploaded guilty in tho 1'olico
Court this morning and woro each
fined $2 and 1 costs. Ono caso for
Tho members of tho Sailors' Homo
Society will hold an adjourned
mooting at tho Chamber of Com
merce Rooms to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock.
Tho Hawaiian Bureau of Informa
tion requests all persons who have
land suitable for coffee culture for
sale, lease or work on shares to send
information to the bureau.
Doput' Attorney-General G. K.
Wilder loft yesterday afternoon on
tho Kinau to conduct tho prosecu
tions at the Circuit" Court, Hilo. J.
Costa, hold for murder, was also a
passenger. His trial was oxpectcd
to tako place to-day.
James L. Holt accidentally spilled
somo carbolic acid on his hand about
D o'clock last night. His family
thinking tho matter of a sorious
nature raised a hue and cry, which
caused a rumor that tho young man
had poisoned himself.
Wednesday, Jan. 4, 1893.
Tho Assomblv convened at 9
o'clock for prayer. Minutos of tho
previous mooting woro road at 9:20
Unfinished Business camo up and
tho consideration of Bill 235, to
authorize a National Loan, was con
tinued. Under suspension of tho rules
Minister Wilcox reported that tho
Queen had signed Bill 139, to amond
tho election law, and also tho Ap
propriation Bill. (Applause)
Rop. Pua questioned tho Minister
of Intorior rolativo to whothor tho
Government had or had not rights
in tho fisheries at Koahi, Moanalua.
Rotrular business was resumed and
debate was had on Section 1 of tho
Loan Bill. Minister Jones said that
ho favored tho amount proposed to
bo borrowed ($750,000), as thoro was
only 10 months loft of tho poriod,
and it would bo a mistakes to put m
a larger amount. Nothing would bo
gained in rato of interest. If wo
wont abroad to obtain a largor
amount questions would bo asked
which would result in our getting
Furthor discussion ensued until
11 o'clock, at whicli time recess was
had until 1:30 p. m.
Stay of Execution.
In tho Police Court on Saturday
tho caso of Norton vs. Tho Fashion
Stables came up again. Tho record
in tho caso camo liack from tho Su
premo Court on Doc. 30, da before,
with a certificate stating that tho
appeal had been dismissed. Execu
tion was issued that day at roquost
of plaintiffs counsel, and later on
tho same day was stayed on motion
filed by defendant's counsel. C. L.
Carter for plaintiff now moves that
tho order staying execution bo set
aside. A. P. Peterson for defendant
Magistrate Fostor ordered that
upon dofondant filing a bond of $300
that day with good surety, condi
tioned for payment to plaintiff of
said execution and costs accruing, in
caso dofondant shall fail to sustain
his appeal to tho Supremo Court in
banco, said execution ma bo stayed
till furthor notice. Plaintiff noted
An organ concert illustrated by
dissolving views on a canvas twouly
livo foot square is something entirely
now in -Honolulu. Tho public will
have tho opportunity' of witnessing
such an entertainment at Kaumaka
pili Church next Tuesday ovoning
tho 10th inst. A most attractive
program is being prepared. Full
particulars will appoar later.
WANT OF CONFIDENCE.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
has lots on Liliha
C. J. McCarthy
stroot for salo.
Perfumes in gpoat variety at Ben
son, Smith & Co.
Now ideas in Perfumes for holiday
presents at Benson, Smith & Co.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith os Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort stroot,
abovo Hotol. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
Tho Honolulu Dairy have put in a
Creamery will deliver fresh cream
morning or afternoon to suit cus
tomers. Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, wook or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a wook.
Winter & Winter, Dentists. Office,
33 Beretnuia street.
Gold fillings S8.00
Silver fillings L00
Teeth extracted tu
Eastern Prices. Mutual Tele
fs always an acceptable present for
Christmas. Tho Pacific Hardware
Company have just opened a lino of
pictures comprising monochromes,
nrtotypes, photogravure, Randall's
ami uueriu's, photographs, panels,
cabinet frames, medallions on glass,
pastels, steel engravings, etc. llieir
lines of Mouldings comprino the
latest patterns, and 'Met lire framing
is made a specialty.
An assort intuit c' Cornice Polos,
BrnckuU and Trimming, always on
A number of pictures were sold
tho day tlioy were opened, and the
continued iliuiHiuil is reducing the
A sorious lire broke out in Mine 3
'of tho old Calmlm Company at
Jlloukton, Ala. It is reported that
several men are imprisoned in the
mine and miixt perish, Tho fire can
not bo extinguished inside, of two
weeks, and tho loss will reach $50,-000,
Mr. Bush Assumes the Leadership of
the Legislature, But is Rudely
Rejected. This afternoon Hon. John E.
Bush, Representative for Koolau
poko, moved tho following resolu
tion of want of confidence:
Whereas, Tho present Cabinet has
failed to fulfill tho. expectation of
tho country in thoir financial polio'
and system of economy, and have
done nothing to alleviate tho pres
ent financial distress; and
HViewi.t, tho said Cabinet have
shown a total want of capacity to
lead tho Legislature in matters of
great moment or otherwise; and
hereon, tho said (Jabinotdoos not
represent tho sentiment and wishos
of tho people at largo; Therefore
lie it Jlesolved, That this Legisla
ture has no confidence in tho pres
Tho resolution was defeated at a
quart or to four o'clock, bj' a vote of
22 to 19.
Caught a Prowler.
Police Officer John K. Bakor cap
tured a man named William Cook
under suspicious circumstances
about 1:30 o'clock this morning.
Bakor was near tho Royal Saloon
when ho saw a person making
stealth' moves in the roar of tho
saloon. Tho officer fired a pistol
shot, which scared tho man and he
irnvo himself up. Ho was barofootod
when arrested. Cook is charged
with boing on tho promises without
A Sugar Tax is Coming.
That irroprossiblo Froo Trader,
Congressman Hartor, has introduced
a bill for tho roimposition of a tariff
on sugar. Of course it cannot bo
conio a law while a Republican
Senate and President stand in tho
way. But it furnishes an indication
of what tho Democrats will do when
they como into full power. AT. Y.
''For tho past two or throe years 1
have boon subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," says Mr. Vv. A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
Boonvillo, Dallas Co., Iowa. "I have
tried a number of different remedies;
tho best ono boing Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy. Ono or two dosos of it always
cures mo." Sold by all doalors.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
Crazed by reading cheap novels,
John Ellis is confined hi a Pittsburg
Honry Wattorson says thoro are a
hundred applicants for every Fedo
ral ollico in Kentucky.
A consignment of California straw
borrios was rccoivod in Now York;
prico, $1 75 per quart.
At Vinton, Iowa, tho city officials
aro burning all houses whoro diph
theria pationts died.
Sir Richard Owon, one of tho fore
most English specialists in compara
tive anatomy, is doad.
Thoro were thirty-five casos of
cholera and two deaths at Hamburg
in tho week ending Dec. 17.
Foreign stockholders have sont an
agent to America to try to secure
control of tho Union Pacific.
For tho fun of chasing Garza, tho
Mexican border bandit, tho United
States Government has thus far paid
Tho first official test of tho now
stroot railway mail car in St. Louis
proved a great succoss in every way.
Dr. Thomas Cecil of Chicago was
arrostod in Mow iork tor prescrib
ing for a sick man without securing
a New York permit.
Tho recent advance in stocks has
made the Gould property worth
about $15,000,000 more than it was
on tho day of Gould's doath.
Tho colored prisoner in the Ohio
Penitentiary who prayed for a 'pos
sum for Thanksgiving dinnor had
his prayer answered. Ho rocoived
Thoro is trouble with tho Welsh
tin-workers at Elwood, Ind. They
refuse to pormit tho company to
operate patent machines with un
Nino hundred thousand dollars is
tho subsidy which British .ship
owners ask for establishing a new
trans-Atlantic lino between Canada
Elmer Perrin of Long Branch, N.
J., is reported to have vomited eight
green poppors, each an inch and a
half long that had grown from seed
in his stomach.
Boomers aro already assembling
on tho southern border of Kansas in
anticipation of the oponinir to set
tlement of 0,000,000 acres of land in
tho Cherokee strip.
Captain Jolm P. Murphy, Vice
President of the Arkansas Confeder
ate Veterans Association, is dead.
Ho was one of the largest cotton
planters on tho Arkansas river.
Marquis do Mores is in bed with a
wound in his shoulder, received in a
duel a fow days ago. Tho affair had
been kept secret. Moro's tho pity
tho belligerent dude wasn't killed.
Ono of tho principal Frco-trado
papers of tho country, tho Phila
delphia Record, is advocating a duty
of l.J cents per pound on sugar, 2
cents on coffoo and 5 cents on tea.
Smaller, writing from London to
tho Now York Tribune, says Ribot
has porformod wonders sinco he took
the lead of tho French Ministry, and
has saved tho republic from wreck.
Women and children woro slain by
tho Mexican revolutionists recently
at San Ygnacio, Mexico. A request
for tho women and children to bo
allowed to leave tho camp was de
nied. Zinc minors at Webb City, Wis.,
have noticed lately that a shaft thoy
woro digging has boon growing hot
ter. At a depth of 103 feet, tho
othor day, thoy had to stop work,
as Haines burst through into tho
The Event of the Season !
WHAT IS THE EVENT V WIIY TUB LATE IMPORTATION OF
WHICH ARRIVED ON THE "AURTRALIA," AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
1ST- 3- S-A-CP3I
104 Fort St.,
USTe-w I IDTo-vel I Inexpensive I
For Metal, Plush nnd Celluloid, Toilet and Mtuiioute
For Funcy Silk, Hiuiilpixinlcd, .Toweled uuil Embroidered Clinir Drapes
For Pure Linen, Tea, Tray, Table and Sideboard Covers and Rope Floss
For Novelties in Hiindpaiuted Funs and Handkerchief Sachets
For Fine Leather Ii.uul B igs, Curd Cu-cs and n World's Fair Purse
For Ladies' Fine Parasols and Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Children's Cashnioic and Silk Coals, Silk Hats, Silk and Muslin Bonnets
For Undressed Motiqucluiru Kid Gloves, tun shades; reduced to $1.00
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shirts, Windsor Scarfs and Silk P.ij.muui
For Ladies' Chiflbn Scarfs and Chilton Handkerchiefs in delicate shades
gT CALL AT SACHS.
flflT CALL AT SACHS'.
gjg- CALL AT SACHS'.
SJtr CALL AT SACHS'.
gJF CALL AT SACHS'.
-OALL AT SACHS'.
fljCALL AT SACHS'.
gWTCALLAT SAC II V.
gjST CALL AT SACHS'.
fjr CALL AT SACHS'.
linumn.se Variety al Iilxc 'plionally Low Price's.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Ladies' & Children's Dainty Colored Border Handkerchiefs $it 00c., 7j)c,
$1.00, '1.25 and 1.50 per dozen.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(lle.-l value ever olluicd) at 20c, 25c. and 3iie. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Pure Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn Work and
Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
gj& L.ulics would do well to inspect our Stock before milking their selections elsewhere. JgCS
Mules, Horses, Carriage,
To liu Milil at I'ulilic Auction. t ni lilaoi
at UTT1.K ltlllTAlN. Honolulu,
if not licfoio oltl.
On Monday, February 6, 1893,
AT 1) O'CLOCK A. M.. VIZ.:
PILLS & OINTMENT.
rurify the Wood, correct all Disorders of llie
.Ucr, Slomacli, Kidneys, and llowcls. They
invigorate and restore to health Debilitated
Constitutions, and are invahiahle in nil Com
yrtaints incidental to females of all ages.
40 California Mules,
In Lots of 10 Kai'h;
Special ollicor Gcorgo Nawaakoa
has succeeded J. Zablan as clerk in
tho Deputy Marshal's ollico, tho lat
ter assuming clerkship in the Station,
mnilo vacant by tho promotion of
Archio Mahaulu to bo captain of tho
third watch. Other changes are:
Albert McGurn, previously Court
ollicor, to bo captain of tho second
watch. Captains Makaila and Ka
inaua and Sergeant Kekona havo
been removed. Patrolman Charles
Wallace has been given Kekona's
Oommittod to Circuit.
l'eter Quinn, who was reported in
this paper a low days ago, as having
been arrested for chewing oil"
Thomas Mullen's loft ear, was up in
the 1'olico Court this morning.
Police MagUtrato Fotor committed
Quinn for trial before tho Circuit
l'eter Quinn has (he honor of be
ing the lirst man to be committed
for trial to the Circuit Court of
Oahu on a criminal charge. V. It.
Castle appeared for the defense.
buvinir a cough medicine for
childi-on,' snis 11. A. Walker, a pro
minent drtiggil oi wguon, utan,
"never be afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Homedy. There is no
(lunger from it and relief is always
sine to follow. 1 particularly re
commend Chamberlain's because 1
liuvti found it to bo safe and reliable.
It is intended especially for colds,
croup and whooping cough." f0
cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith V Co., Agents for the
J. F. Leo, tho Amorican astrono
mor, who has boon studying at 13or
lin for four years with Professor
Forester, has boon appointed to tho
Chair of Astronomy at tho Chicago
Au old landmark roconlly disap
peared at Noosho, Mo., by tearing
down of tho old Masonic building in
which tho ordinance of secession
was passed intended to tako Mis
souri out of tho Union.
All tho ladies who, less than a
year ago, formed a cooking club at
Washington, D. C, havo sinco that
time captured husbands, and the
cooking club has "gono to pot."
A big mooting of locomotive engi
neers convened at Jackson, Mich., to
consider grievances. Five hundred
ongineers woro prosont. Tho meet
ing lasted live hours and was huld
behind closed doors.
Emma Goldmau, a friond of Uorg
mann, tho Anarchist who shot II. C.
Frick, cowhided Johan Most as ho
was about to begin a lecture to Gor
man and Hebrew Anarchist groups
in Odd Fellows' Hall, Now York
Itobert Hoatty, charged with fur
nishing poison with which to murder
lion-union workmen at Homestead,
has boon held in JWXX) bail to appear
for trial. Tho evidence at tho ex
amination was very strong against
For a Particular Purpose Clerk
What size stockings do you want?
Williu About No. 20, 1 guess. Clerk
Well, my little man, you can't wear
a larger size than 1. Willie These
are for Christmas. -Th Chlhler nnd
A couple of Mexicans heavily
armed were captured by United
Statis troops on tho border and af
ter examination tliev were permitted
to depart. Immediately afterwaid
thoy oiieued lire on tho troops, who
replied with their Winchesters and
riddled the Mexicans with bullets,
killing them instantly.
A now serpont mound, the largest
now known, has been discovered by
Professor Putnam near Fort An
cient, Ohio. It is 1900 foot long and
about ten thick, and is considered
ono of tho most remarkable of pre
Mrs. Gladstone, wife of tho English
Premier, is a property owner at Nia
gara Falls, Out., and consequently is
entitled to a vote for tho Mayor,
School Trustees and Councillors of
tho town. Her name appears on the
Herman Oolrichs ha-s just given a
dinner at Now York to tho "Itoast
ing Club," an organization which
restricts its membership to those
who seldom uttor a kind word about
anybody, and feel at liberty to criti
cise "tho dross, spooch, politics, pedi
gree, education, religion, and tho
eating and drinkiug capacity of
friends and onoinios." Oolrichs has
just been elected President.
Leather Head Halters!
4 Saddle Horses,
And as Cloojl ns New
2-Seated Family Carriage,
With Vole, Shaft, nnd Xcck-Yokc,
4 and 5 is an infallible remedy for Bad Legs Bad
Years Old, liieasts, Old Wounds Soies and Ulcers. For
horc I hroats, Uronchitis, Loughs, Louts,
Gout, lthcuniatism, Glandular Swellings, and
all Skin Diseases it has no equal.
Manufactured onlyat Professor IIolloway's
7S, NEW OXFOKD S rKKET, LONDON,
Late 533, Oxk .rd Stkeet,
FOR S-AXiE! BY
1 Fine Set Doable Harness for same
The above 1'ronertv nm all bo -ecu
nt my jplacci during one week before .ile,
nnd fctoek must be. removed from mv l'ad
doek on day of .-ale. TKUMS I'ASII.
J. N. WRIGHT,
I'. (I. ltOX
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
II. 8. MooiiK, Supt. W. II. Taylor, Pre.".
Risk Iron Works,
Can be found, as u-uiil, at bis re-ideiiee,
Alakuii Htrci't, uuxt to lfrttl-.lt Club, or by
meisaj-e at ('. K. Williams' -tore, I'orl
'-'IB. IF. IBIE3ILIBIRS &c GO.
isuu.nmtH of -
Improved r Machinery
BOILERS & ENGINES.
For Irrigating and W.itor Works itiro-us
of any e.ipaelty.
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Plpo & Flumlnrj
MATH KHUN l.U( K-JOI NT l'll'H,
i:te., Kte., i:te., i:tu.
Iff l-'or further .iriluiiliirn nnd eatn
K-isdon Iron "Works,
i Km I'liinel-iMi, California.
I Honolulu Carriage Co.
I iiiitii 'ii:i No. ;u.-.. -
Stand: Coruur Tuit & Morchaut Sis.
I UiirUiMii heliml my hour of theda.T
up to I.' o'i loel. a nluht, oil teriiiK
hi Mill lb' timi's.
Hacks Nos. 33,45, 02, 0UUMM7, 190
mm: wki-.ki.y iin.unTN-vt . uu
1 iiiiilinof liilcrwtlMK ItiMilliiK Mutter.
Uluiidt.il; mailed to furelKueouutrloa,.'1.
All work uuaranteed and vi-itud a
second time. Prompt attention to all
orders. Timed tho l'iano for eoneert of
Mitsin, the eelehitited violinist, ixjt-lm
lly A. M. IlKTTKNCOUlir,
Veterinary Burgeon ami Dealer in Hoiscs,
comer lleretauiu and I'unolibuu I his.
SS FOIsiT STREJE1T.
Attractions in Elegant Goods tor the Holidays!
3SP3 Japanese Sill: and Crepes, at very low prices.
23? Glove and Handkerchief lioxcx, Toilet and Manicure Sels,
Worl: Jluxen, Dulls, lilt'., Etc., all hold retjardlcss of cost.
"W Ladies1 and Misses1 Tailor-made Jackets, from -f'3 up.
"3F llcadcdmtiilk, Black Capes, at your own price.
(E? Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in great variety.
lif Dressmaking Uutlor tho Mannyomant of MISS K. CLARK. J
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
Mutual Melephomi l!TT.
To Let or Lease
I LAN I W A 1" At Prices t0 Suit tUe Times.
I'M ItHT-n.ASS 1'AMII.Y HATH I Nil
Ite.sort lit Wulklki. Tramenrs pin-s
until, riiieeiiil arnuiKiuniints ran be
made for i'uiuih l'ienies and levelling
Hathlng l'artie.s. fei-tf
rpiir, IN'TKIM'.ST IN Till: I'lll.M ol'M.
1 Phillips A Co. of Mr. lYnliiKiiid.'-i'lili's-Inger
mill Mr. Solomon I.eser eeiiM's
this dav by limitation. The IiiiIih'-s -vv ill
be I'ontluiied as heretofoie lij Mr. Minks
(ireen and Mrs. fcuiah I 'till 1 1 -. !'" now
eoustlluto the said llriu. Theodore I'.
Lansing and Mnimle Phillips aie eai'h
uuthoiUed to sign our linn uauiebv spoeial
power oi attorney, .or
Honolulu, II. I., Pre. .11, IK).'.
Lansing lifting as ' eium li
rplIAT PI.KAhANT Kill
JL urban t'ottage on N nu
ll mi street, adjoining the
residence of Mr. Thouui
riorellson, liieeh appointed and with agree
1 able surroundings, .ailed to it small fitinih
. and within an easy remove fiom the heat
I of the City. Terms $ls per mouth.
iliAT Villi Y HUM II- Ayu - ,
uhle lleiileiue at pre- fi,"7ii.,i'
sent occupied li .lames jEiiitiKilSj
Lovu as a homestead, situ- H-jfiisi
ate on King stieet opposite the lesideiife
of Dr. ti, P. Aiidifus, House columns
Large I'.irlor, Diiiiiig-ioom, :i l-irge Hed
rooms, Kitchen, etc. lloom.v Mables ami
Servant's (huirters in rear; only It) min
utes' ttiilk to the Posl lllllcc. Pos-esslou
Xliireh, IMH. .MH-tf
ALL PUIiSilSS HAVINU l.r.l'l'
Watches with me for icpiir thai are
remaining on in) hands tire heieb.x untitled
to come mid gel limn before the tlt'M ila
of April Itevt, anil If the Wutehes lire not
fulled fortius w III be sold nt public inn limi
on nei'oiiut ol diipurtilie.
f. (I. I'AlthONH,
.No. mi, .Niiiiuuu Hi., Honolulu, til l-lu
NuTK llcfore seeking or closing bar
gains elsewhete, it will pay you to -cm Hour
column, and to al once consult tint under
signed nt their olllce.
fSF"'v keep property ill llrst-classi'on.
dlliou. Dili leiuis uro moderate and us
landlords we will always be found reason,
able in our dealings,
&- Appl in eaeh nle to
UIUJUE or A. J. OARTWRIQnT,
"lirlwrlhhl llulldlng," Muruluuit ttreet,
The following choice bit of word painting
occurs in Hawthorne's Marble Kami:
" Women bo they of what earthly rank
the may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with awful beauty, huvo
alwas some little handiwork ready to till
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle is Iiimiliar to the. lingers of them all.
A que cit, no doubt, plies it on occasion ; the
woman poet can Use it as ailroitlv us her
pen; the woman's ce, that lias discovered
a new star, turns from its glory to send the
polished little instrument gleaming nlong
the hem of her kerchief, or to dam a casual
fray in her dress. And the have greatlv
the advantage of us in this respect. The
I slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
1 nulled with the small, familiar, gentle In
terests of life, the continually operating in
llueuces of which do so much fortliu health
of the character, and carry oil what would
otherwise be a dangerous accumulation of
uioiblil sensibility. A v.ist deal of human
s.iup.itli runs along tins electric line,
stietehmg from tho throne to tho wicker
chair or the humblest scam-tress, ami
keeping high and low in a secies of com
munion Willi their kindred beings."
Housewives, while otl ply tho needle,
haw on ever rellected on the vicissitudes
of life? N'ti to it that ,our husbands pro
vide for the futiite wellaro of their families
1 by m once applying for a Poliov in tho
L'lil'll'AIILI. LII'K AN.SU UA.Wi: BO
rlL'l'Y of the i'nlied Stales. .No morn
suitable gift could ho ollcre.l to oit,
BMJ0E & A. J. OAHTWRIOIIT,
ticnenil Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
Iviuitablu Life Assurance Society of tho
WILDER & CO.,
DlUI.IKs IN 1.1MIIIII, I'MMs, Oll, N.UlJl,
MM, AM) Hl'IIIUMI MATKUUl
or i:i.iiv Ki.Mi.
Oornor l'orl uiul ijiivuii Hired, Honolulu,