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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 1802.
A.M. A.M. P.M. F.M.
lrtjnvo Honolulu. ..0:15 8:45 1:45 4:35f
Arrlvo Honoullull.7:20 0:57 2:57 5:351
Leave Honoultull..7:30 10:43 3:43 5:4'2f
Arrlvo Honolulu. .8 :3T) 11:55 4:55 0:50 1
Peaiil City Local.
Lenvo Honolulu 5:105 ....
Arrlvo Pearl City 5:485 ....
Lcavo Tcarl Clty..0:55
AtHvo Honolulu. 7:30
h Bundays oxcoptcd. t Saturdays only.
Xldoa, Sun and Moon.
by c. J. J.YONB.
3 10, 2 45
3 60 3 30
Now Moon on the 17th nt 2b. 67m. p. in.
TIE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, JAN. 19, 1893.
Wednesday, Jon. 18.
Stmr Hawaii from Hamakua
Thursday, Jan. 10.
4-masted schooner Carrier Dove from New
Bktne John F Smith from Newcastle, N S
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Stmr C R Bishop from Hamakua
Thursday, Jan. 19.
Haw bgt Douglas, Reid, 22 days from San
S S Claudine, Cameron, for' San Francisco
Stmr James Makco for Hanalei and Hana-
maulu at 4 p m
Schr Ka Moi for l'aauilo
Schr Kauikcaouli for Kohala
Sclir Kawailani for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Jan Makeo 2119 bags sugar and 11
For Kuhului, per stmr Lchua, Jan 18
Hon J Anderson, U II liailuy, W Goodale.
For San Francisco, per 8 S Claudine, Jan
19 Hon L A Thurston, Hon W C Wilder,
Hon J Marsden, W R Castle, C L Carter,
Dr F R Day, C F Peterson and ono other.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Jan 18
Mrs W H Rico and 2 children. Miss Me
Bryde, Mrs D Smith, T Osaki, C Y Atone,
Mr Hainm, Hon A 8 Wilcox, Hon G K
Wilcox, Hon A McBryde, C Christian, T
Lille and 30 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
HUMS Kongo from San Francisco, due
S S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco, due Jan 25
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
cisco, duo Feb 5
Am 4-mstd schr W F Witzeman from New
castle, N 8 W
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, N B W
Am 4-mstd schr Puritan, from Newcastle,
N S W
Ger bark H Hackfeld from Liverpool, now
Haw bk Lady Lampsou from Newcastle,
Haw bk Leahl, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco, due Jan 30
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Am ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N 8 W
Am bktne Hllo, from Nowcastle, N 8 W
Am bk Eclipse from Nanalmo
Br bk Tacorn from Liverpool, duo Jan 30
Vessels in Port.
US8 Boston, Wiltso, from Hilo
Am schr Rout Lowers, Goodman, from
Am bkt I'rmgard, Schmidt, from New
Am bkt Planter, Dow, from Port Town
send Am bk Sonoma, Anderson, from San Fran-
a..i iiKou Allen, Thompson, from San
Brigt W G Irwin, McCullocu, from Sun
Haw Bk Mauna Ala, Smith, from New
Brit bk Scottish Wizard, from Newcastle,
Am bktne J Smith from Newcastle, N B W
Tho llttlo sloop which has been lying oil'
tho hurbor from Soattle, has left for Japan.
The steamer W. G. Hall will Icavo for
windward ports at 10 o'clock to-morrow
Tho barkentlue John F. Smith and four
masted schooner Carrier Dove arrived from
Nowcastlo, N. B. W., to-day. They arc
both coal laden.
PKOK-ln this city, Juiiuury 17, 1893, to
the wife of H. W. Peck, a sou,
HAMMER In this city, January 18, 1893,
to tho wifo of E. Hummer, a sou.
"In buying a cough medicine for
children," sayH II. A. Walker, a pro
minent druggist of Ogdon, Utah,
"novor bo afraid to buy Chambor
laiu'a Cough Reined'. There is no
danger from it and relief is always
Hure to follow. I particularly re
commend Chamberlaiu'H because 1
have found it to be safe mid reliable.
It is intended oflpocially for colds,
croup and whooping cough," fit)
cunt bottles for sulo by all dealers.
BoiiHon, Smith & Co., Agents for the
at tho Criterion
No businoss has boon transactod
in tho Supronio Court sinco Monday.
Soino of tho
moved from tho
furniture was ro
Palaco this aftor-
Tho saloons will 'bo kopt opon un
til 9 o'clock in tho evening until
Tho3. E. Krouso, of tho Arlington
Hotol, has tho foouing of tho Provi
sional Qovornmont army.
Oahu College had a holiday yes
terday. Tho Puunhou Preparatory
school will ro-opou to-day.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Woathor,
clear; wind, light northeast. Stoam
or Jno. A. Cummins off Koko Head.
Thero woro 667 arrests for drunk
enness for tho year 1892. Out of this
number 491 convictions woro rec
orded. Mr. S. B. Rose, tho Secretary of
tho Wilder Stoatnship Co., announces
transfers in the captains of their
Tho steamer Claudine carried a
heavy mail for San Francisco this
morning. It consisted of 8639 lot
tors and 2091 papers.
Secretary Henry Smith, 03' order
of Chiof Engineer Asch, declares off
tho annual parade of tho Honolulu
Fire Department sot for Fob. 1th.
Tho steamer Likoliko was hauled
on tho Marino Railway this after
noon. Tho delay was owing to some
slight repairs being made to tho
A largo number of Portuguese
havo boon added to tho number of
recruits at tho Government Build
ing. Thoy are in charge of Captain
Mr. Ohas. T. Wilder acts, under
full power of attorney, for Hon. W.
C. Wilder, ono of tho Provisional
Commissioners to Washington, dur
ing his absence.
Tho battalion from tho U. S.
cruiser Boston drill on Palace Square
every morning and evening. Thoir
tactics interest and attract a largo
number of pooplo.
Tho Martial law now in force pre
vents' anyone being on the street
after 9:30 o'clock of evenings, except
provided with a pass from Jno. H.
Mr. W. E. Rowoll, Superintendent
of Public Works, visited tho dredge
yestorday and inspected it. During
the day tho machinery was oiled and
run and found to bo in first-class
Leialoha, the native policeman
who was shot on Tuesday afternoon,
has been presented with a purse of
S200 mado bv citizens. President
Dole forwarded tho 11101103' 3-ostor-day.
The questions asked by patrols at
night are somewhat confusing: ono
wishes for a countersign, another for
a password, and still anothor for a
passport. Yet all so far given, to
supply these demands, is a pass.
Lewis J. Lovey advertises an op
portunity to supply any missing
articles in furnituro, which may havo
been stolon or brokon during the
lato excitement. Householders and
others should read his declaration.
Mr. White, tho Superintendent of
Wator Works, has been a vor3' busy
man for tho past few nights, attend
ing to tho water supply, in case of
emergency. For several nights, ono
after the other, ho had to do double
During these exciting times it is
vory advisable to keep tho system
cool. Tho best way to do this is to
nil up tho inner man with machine
mado poi, which can bo obtained
from tho Hawaiian Fruit and Taro
Co., Boll Telophono 538.
J. M. Kanoakua, a native kwj-or,
was to have boon tried in tho Su
promo Court to-day on a rule to
show cause why ho should not bo
disbarred from practice, for issuing
a false subpoena. Tho case, however,
has been postponed until called up.
Tho battalion from tho United
States cruiser Boston on duty on
shore havo been at last domiciled iu
decent quarters, in the lato Hamil
ton House. TI103' marched to thoir
now quart' ."s this afternoon and
their pleasure, at chango of quarters,
Aiiiolani Halo is still guarded by
citizen soldiory and is tho military
neauquartors. Thoro is groat activ
ity notjeoablo about tho promises
but everything is quietly conducted.
No objection is mado to tho entrance
of peoplo having business to trans
act with any of tho Departments.
A MONO OMAN THIEF.
The Koaidonco of Hon. W. 0. Wilder
Entered Imst Night.
Tho rosidonco of Hon. W. C.
Wildor on the 1'lains, near tho Buso-
IkiII (j rounds, was entered last eveu- !
ing about 7 o'clock. Mrs. W. C. j
Wilder and family were in tho libra-
r3r. Sho wont up to hor bedroom j
and, turning 011 the electric j
lamp, saw with astonishment a j
Chinaman, sitting 011 a chair,
in frmit nf luir linmnn mul rrniKmtU.
ing tho drawers. Mrs. Wilder
Horonmiul far linln. mid tint nuiiitm.
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linn ran out on tho veranda. Ho
came bach, ran through the samo
room and escaped downstairs
through tlie rear.
A valuable diamond ring and ilia-moud-sap)hiro
breastpin were found
to boinibKin. Thothief is known aud
can bu identified, but as yet has not
rpilK WKUKI.Y BULbliTlN-iW COL
J. umnsol luUirostliiK Heading Matter,
Ulauda,t mailed to forulgu uountrUMS.
THE OXATJDINE DEPARTS.
Carrying Provisional Qovornmont
Commissioners to Washington.
Tho departure of tho Wilder
Steamship Co.'s steamer Claudine
announced for last evening was de
layed until this morning. Thoro was
a vor3' largo crowd collected on tho
wharf to witness tho embarkation of
tho Commission and the doparturo
of tho vessel for tho shores of tho
Goldon Gato. A dotachmout of
Provisional troops, fully armed, as
also a platoon of police tended to
convoy tho remembrance that mar
tial law was yet in force and that
tho authorities had tho disposition,
and capability, to suppress any move
ment which might bo threatening
tho personal safety of thoir Commis
sion. The Commissioners arrived
about8:15 o'clock and wont on board;
thoy woro Messrs. L. A. Thurston,
W. It. Castle, W. C. Wilder, C. L.
Carter and Joseph Marsden. Thoy
will proceed to Washington uircot,
and return immediately. Tho steam
er sailed about 9:30 o'clock, under
tho command of Capt. Camoron,
Capt. Macauloy as first officer, Mr.
M. Roso and a brand now crowd of
foremast hands and iiremon. Chiof
Engiuoor Sutherland and his assist
ants as well as steward Baplisto and
ami his assistants also went forward.
Bestfles tho Commissioners, thoro
woro, of their party, and wont for
ward with thenij Dr. F. R. Da3r, at
tending physician of Mr. L. A.
Thurston, who is in vor3 poor health,
and Mr. C. F. Peterson, secretary to
Mr. Thurston. Tho vessol sailed
without any demonstrations other
than those usual on tho departuro
of a foreign vessol.
About 10:30 o'clock tho tug Elou
loft tho wharf in all hasto and with
ovideut iutout to attempt to over
haul tho Claudine. It was rumored
that there woro dola3-ed dispatches,
which it was desirous to place on
board. Information was received at
12:10 that tho tug Elou was ton miles
to windward and reporting the Clau
dine not visible.
Tho Government tug Eleu had
just towed in the barkontino John
F. Smith from Nowcastlo, N. S. W.,
and dockod at Wilders' wharf, when
Captaiu J. A. King, Minister of tho
Interior! jumped on board andordor
od Captaiu Rico to pursue tho
stoamor Claudine. Both American
and Hawaiian ilags were flying on
tho tug as she gave chase, a crowd
of people watching tho start. Reach
ing tho Spar buo3' tho Claudine was
seen about four miles off near Dia
mond Head. It seoms that tho tele
phone messago to Charlie Peterson
tho Diamond Head lookout, was too
lato, tho steamer having passed, go
ing at tho rato of twolvo knots an
hour. Tho Elou steamed in tho
Claudiuo's wako for soino time, but
it was soen that tho steamer was
gaining. She gained so that when
tho tug abandoned tho raco tho
Claudino was twelve miles ahead
and fading slowly in tho horizon.
Tho Elou roturncd to port again in
the afternoon having failed to accom
plish tho object intended.
EMMA SQUARE FIRE.
Seven Natives Arraigned for Inoan
diarism -Judgment To-morrow.
Tho seven natives who woro ar
rostod on Tuesday last for tho firo
which occurred in tho earPy morn
ing at Emma Squaro woro partially
tried in tho District Court this
morning. Soveral witnesses gave
evidence to the effect that ono of
tho boys had asked for a bottlo of
kerosene oil, saying that tho3r were
going to set lire to Chinatown. An
other member of the gang proposed
that thoy sot firo to Emma Squaro.
This latter statement was made to a
member of Hook & Ladder Co. in
front ol tho Doll Tower. Half an
hour after this mooting an alarm
was sent in for a fire in tho arbor at
An incident confirming tho suspi
cion that tho boys had something, if
not all, to do with tho lire is the
fact that a fow minutes before tho
alarm rang, ono of tho seven was at
tho No. 4. Engine House. As soon
as ho heard the bell ho sung out,
"Firo at Emma Squaro!"
Tho case was resinned at one
o'clock this afternoon. Police Offi
cer Louis Touissaint stated that
when ho arrested ono of the boys,
ho said that it wasn't him but an
other of tho compauy, and so on.
When the next ono was questioned
ho made tho same answer as t lie first
one. After the evidence of tho
prosecution counsel for defendants
inovo for discharge beauso Provi
sional Govornmont, under whom the
charge had been made, had no
authorit3 and there is no law. Mo
tion was doniod. Exception noted.
Judgment will bo ivon to-morrow
OCCUPATION OF IOLANI PALACE.
Tho Royal Standard Removed and tho
Queen Retiroa to Waikiki Dis
missal of tho Household Troops.
As has been nroviously reported
the Ho3'nl standard of Hawaii was,
l3' order of tho Provisional Govern
ment, lowered from tho flagstaff of
Iolaui I'alaco vesterdav and tho
j Queen retired to her private rosi
l deuce at Waikiki. Iu the afternoon
! Commander-in-Chief John II. Soper,
nccompanied by his aids, J' W.
Wundenborg and C. A. Brown, wont
to the JCoynl barracks and acting
under tho authority of tho Provi
sional Government disbanded tho
Household Troops, allowing tho
Queen to retain sixteen as a guard
I ? lomr. A wniad
ol citi.en m1
charuo of tho
(lllirv WUH placed 111
w - -,
Barracks, tho guns and ammunition
having been previously turned over
t to the Provisional (Jovuriiinont. Tho
1 Palace to-day presents a deserted
, appearance although parties duput
, od by tho authorities are engaged at
work within in taking an inventory
of the valuable cuntoutn.
Huhtorlbti or the Daily llulletin, SO
cent per month.
Tho prosont Provisional Govern
ment having dospatchod requests to
tho local Consular Roprosontnlives
of foreign governments for their
moral support of tho said Provision
al Government, President Dole has
so far received roplies which, after
acknowledging tho receipt of re
quest, answer is rotumud complying
tliorowith, each in terms as follows:
In response I havo tho honor to
8.13' that I comply with tho above re
quest and rocoguizo tho said Provi
sional Govornmont as tho do facto
government of tho Hawaiian Islands
so far as 1113' authority as Consul for
Chili may pormit mo to act for and
on behalf of tho Government, of tho
Republic of Chili in tho premisos.
I havo tho honor to be, gentlemen,
Your very obedient servant,
Signed F. A. Soiiaefkii,
Consul for Chili.
In reply I have the honor to stale
that I horol)3' comply with tho abovo
request, recognizing the said Provi
sional Government as tho do facto
govornmont of tho Hawaiian Islnnds,
to tho extent that my authority will
allow mo to act, pending a reply
from ni3' govornmont.
I havo tho honor to be, sirs,
Yours most obediently,
Signed E. C. Macfaiilaxe,
Acting Vico-Consul for Doumark.
In roply I tako pleasure iu assur
ing tho gentlemen of tho Executive
Council, that I cordially extend to
them full assont to their claim for
recognition, and of my intention to
add such moral support as 11133'
come within tho scope of 1113' Con
I havo tho honor to bo, Gontlo
inon, Your vory obedient sorvant,
Signed John H. Paty,
Consul for tho Netherlands.
In answor wo havo tho honor to
sa3r tnat wo comply with your re
quest, and recognizo tho said Pro
visional Government as tho do facto
Govornmont of tho Hawaiian Islands
so far as our authority as Commer
cial Agouts of China may allow us to
act for and on behalf of His Imperial
Chinese- Majesty's Govornmont in
Wo havo tho honor to be, Gentlo
mon, Your most obedient servants,
Signed Goo Kim,
Chineso Commercial Agent.
Signed Woxa Kwai,
Assistant Chinese Commercial Agent.
In response I havo therhonor to
sa3 that I comply with tho abovo re
quest aud recognize tho said Pro
visional Govornmont as tho do facto
Govornmont of the Hawaiian Islands,
so far as U13' aulhorit3' as Consul for
Italy may pormit 1110 to act for and
on behalf of His Italian Majesty's
Government in tho promises.
I havo tho honor to be, Gentlemen,
Your vor' obedient servant,
Signed F. A. SciiAEFEii,
Consul for Italy.
Konol Swexsta Ocu Worsta)
Honolulu, Jan. 18, 1893. )
In reply to 3'our request to recog
nize the Provisional Govornmont
aud afford to it tho moral support of
my Government. I beg to say that
I do recognize it as tho existing do
facto Government of tho Hawaiian
Islands, and that I shall report to
my Government immediately.
I havtfetho honor to remain, Your
Most obedient sorvant,
Signed H. W. Schmidt,
Consulate of Beloium,?
January 18, 1893.
Sirs: I havo tho honor to acknowl
edge receipt of your communication
of 17th inst., and in reply bog to in
form 3'ou that I tako pleasure to
recognizo tho Provisional Govern
ment of Hawaii as defined in the
Proclamation onclosod in 3'our letter
on behalf of tho Government of Bol
gium and I shall afford to it 1113
moral support as representative of
tho country- last named.
I havo tho honor to bo, Sirs,
Your most obedient servant,
Signed J. F. Hackfeld,
Vice-Consulate of Ilussi
Honolulu, Jan. 18, 18'J3,
Sirs: I havo tho honor to acknowl
edge receipt of your communication
of 17th inst., anil in ropby beg to in
form you that I tako pleasure to
recognizo tho Provisional Govern
ment of Hawaii as defined iu the
Proclamation enclosc'd in 3'our lot
tor, on behalf of tho Govorninout of
Itussia, aud I shall afford to it my
moral nupport us roproMiutativo of
the country last named.
1 havo tho honor to bo, Sirs,
Your most obedient servant,
I Signed J. F. Hackfklu,
In answer, I havo tho honor to
state that I conipby with tho abovo j
retiuost, and recognize the said Pro
visional Government as the do facto
Govornmont of the Hawaiian Islands,
within the scope of my nullioritj'. I
1 have the honor to bu, Gentlemen,
our obedient servant, .
I Signed I H. Kknjks, I
Consul for Moxico. I
In response, I have the honor to
say that 1 comply with tho abovo re
quest, and recognize the said Provi
sional Government as the de facto
Government of the Hawaiian Isl
ands, within the scope of my author
1 have the honor to be, Gentlemen
Your most obedient servant,
Signed H. Ki:nji:s,
Vice-Consul for .Spain
iti:'0(iNii:i and A('KS'owi.i:i)(ii:i),
Unitkd Status Lkoation
H0N0MJ1.U, II. 1., Jan. 17, 18'j;
A Provisional Government htiviuir
1)0011 duly COIlM it tiled iu place of tho
,'ornineiit 01 yueen Ldlui
oknlanl, and said l'roviHlonul Govern
mont being in full possession of the
govornmont buildings, tho archives,
and tho Treasury and in control of
tho capital of tho Hawaiian Islands.
I horoby rocoguizo said Provisional
Government ns tho do facto govorn
mont of the Hawaiian Islands.
Signed John L. Stevens,
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
Plenipotentiary of the United
Gentlemen: I have the honor to
own receipt of your esteemed favor
of yesterday's date, and hereby take
much pleasure to recognize anil ack
nowledge, on behalf of t ho Govorn
mont of Germany, tho present (lov
erninont of the 'Hawaiian Islands,
and that I shall do all in my power
to further and support tho samo.
I have tho honor to be, Gentlemen,
Your most obedient sorvant,
I Signed I H. F. Glade,
Imperial German Consul.
Mr. Glado sends same repby as
Austro Hung Consul.
A NEW LAWSUIT ON HAND,
Or, Parody on Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom-Do-Ray.
Ihj Johnson the Shirt Jiin.
Now there is n man with a great big gall,
If you look nt him he'll commence to bawl.
He had mjiiic Shirts and wanted them fixed
But without tho money he could not do
Ho started In and tried his nerve,
But tho looks of him would not serve.
Ho tried with a lawsuit but without suc
cess, That dirty man will die like the ret.
Give mo my Shirts or in an hour I'll sue.
It will cost mo nothing but lie dear for you,
j' or 1 nave a pun aim in
iall vou'll mi
you are there you'll havo no
He tried his dirtVgonielmt it did not work.
jic lui nit 111 liiu uuck aim a iruu'i nam
Ho feels as sore as a leper ca-e,
Ho is so ashamed to look in your face. j
Morm, Do others or thoy will do you.
Johnson tho Shirt Maker is at the
corner of King aud Alakoa streets,
whore ho makes all kinds of Shirts to
order and guarantees a fit. It don't
cost aii3' more to havo 3'our shirts
mado to order than 3011 pay for3'our
old store and factory made goods.
Now please bear this in mind and
give us a call. Satisfaction guaran
Cor. King and Alakoa Sis.
N. H. No Muffs taken in Payment
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy
street for sale.
has lots on Lililia
Aftor shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith S; Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
Tho Honolulu Dair3' have put in a
Creamery will deliver fresh cream
morning or afternoon to suit cus
tomers. Mechanics' Home, 59 and (51 Hotel
street. Lodging 13' da3', week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Tho success of Chamberlain's
Cough Uemedj in effecting a specify
euro of colds, croup and whooping
cough has brought it into great de
mand. Messrs. Pontius As Son, of
Cameron, Ohio, sa3' that it has
gained a reputation second to none
in that vicinity. .las. M. Queuii, of
Johnston, W. Va., says it is tho best
ho over used. B. F. Jones, druggist,
Winona, Miss., sas: "Chamberlain's
Cough Koini'ify is perfectly reliable,
1 havo always warranted it and it
novor failed to give the most perfect
satisfaction." 50 cent bottles for
sale b- all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
TVURINCI MY TEMPORARY AB
XJ tience from tho Islands, Charles T,
wuuer nas inn po
for tho linn of 'i
lower of attorney to act
Wilder A- Co., and also in
any personal matters.
W. C. NVILDKR.
rpilK FOLLOWING OIIANGKS IIAVK
X. been made iu the Command of our
CAPT. K. F. CAMICRON transferred to
8. H. "Claudine."
CAPT. WM. DAVIKS transferred to H. H.
(U1T. WM. WRISBKRTII transferred to
S. S. "Lehua."
OAIT. FIT.OKRAL1) transferred to H. B.
WINDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, Jan. Ill, lK!t;i. il.'S-lt
Honolulu Fire Duparteiit
OWING TO Till: PROMVLGAriON
of a Provisional Government for the
and the Declaration ol
Martial uiw, the
Parade of the Dupiirt-
I ment projiosed to bu held on n. 1 1
1 February I, Ib'lll, has been put oil'.
I By order of the Chief l.iigineur
Keeretarj II. 1'. 1).
EDWlN A. JONES
Has opened an olllee for transacting all
liuiuc In connection with
Trusts, Purchase aud Sale, ol Bonds,
Stock aud Heal Estate,
And is prepared to Audit Aeeouutn.
j Olllco: No. r. Merehunt street, ollleu Intel
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p. o. llux &,
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Here issomcthiiig fiom Mr.Frank
A. Unlc, proprietor of the De Witt
House. Lcwiston, and the Tontine
Hotel, Brunswick, Mo. Hotel men
meet the world as it comes and goes,
and arc not slow in sizing people
and lhiur3 up for what they arc
worth. Ho says that he has lost a
father and wvcrnl brothers and sis
ters from Pulmonary Consumption,
and is himself frequently troubled
with colds, and he
Hereditary often coughs enough
to make him sick at
Conaumptlonhis stomach. When
ever he has taken a
cold of this kind he uses Boschce's
German Syrup, and it cures him
every time. Here is a man who
knows the full danger of lung trou
bles, and would therefore be most
particular as to the medicine he used.
What is his opinion ? Listen ! "I
use nothing but Boschce's German
Syrup, and have advised, I presume,
more than a hundred difleient per
sons to take it. They agree with
me that it is the best cough syrup
in the market."
rrMJKSDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 10, A
J. Card Ca-e (Pocket Hook), containing
Money and Papers; the tinder will be liber
allv rewarded oy leaving at the Bi'i.i.i:tin
LOST OR DESTROYED
C1KUTII',ICATKS NOS. 57 AN' DBS K()R
; Two Shares in the BritMi Club.
Transfer stopped. If found return to
011 KUT HA1.STKAI).
taue, '2 Rooms an
Hath. Address "P.
Box l." (iil-lw
JIare and Phaeton
been driven by a lady,
will be -old cheap. Ap
ply "X," Ili'i.uni.N
Horse. Apply to
iRM-'.'t M. V. MrCHKSN'KY it SONS.
rpHBRH WIM. BH A MKKTIXli or
JL the Board of Dental lOxaminer.s at
the Olllee of the Board of Health, SATUR
DAY, Jan tllst, at:t::i(l o'clock i m.
ROBT. W. ANDKItSON,
JH VI DKN'D (NO. r.) OF !
XX. Cent, has been declared
aud is paya
ble forthwith nt the otllce of the Hawaiian
Bell Telephone Comiiaiiv.
J. l- BROWN,
January Hi, lS!ii. (iiVlw
awn mowi:i:s to i.kt by thh
dav. week or month Renairini;.
Cleaning and Sharpening dime; Duplicate
rieees rurnisiiud when reijuireii. .Machines
called for and returned. Also, Repairing
Harden Hoe--in fact, can do anything
ncce-sary around the house or stable.
Ring up" Mutual Telephone l.r2.
Ml-tf N. l BUUGKS8.
By A. M. BKTTKNCOURP,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dealer in Horses,
corner Beretania and Punchbowl st.
Honolulu Carriage Co.
- both ti:l. n... .m -Stand:
Corner Fort & Merchant Sis.
Hacks can he had at any hour of the day
up Uj VJ. o'clock at night, on terms
to suit tho times.
Hacks Nos. 33, 45, 62, 63, 67, 70, 73, 97, 196
Union Gas Engine Go.
(Incorporated May 1(1, 18!J.)
MANUFACTURERS OF THE
Regan Vapor Engines
PACIFIC GAS ENGINES.
Horizontal .V Upright,
Ktationary .V Marine,
(las .V Gasoline Kngincs,
Pumps it Launches.
Ais-tf Sole Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
The following choice bit of word painting
occurs iu Hawthorne's Marble Faun: '
" Women bo they of what earthlv rank
they may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with awful beauty, have
always miiiio little handiwork ready to lill
the tiny gap of every vacant momeijt. A
needle is familiar to the lingers of them all.
A queen, 110 doubt, plies it on occasion; the
woman pool eau use it as adroillv as her
pen, the woman's ee, that has discovered
a new star, turns fiom its glory to send the
polished little histinmeiit gleaming along
the hem of her kerehiel, or to darn a casual
fra iu her dress. And they have greatl.x
the advantage ol us in this respect. The
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united with the small, familiar, gentle in
terests of life, the continually operating in
llueuees of which do so much for the health
of the character, anil carry oil' what would
otherwise lie a dangerous accumulation of
rmirhid sensibility. A vast deal ol human
s.Miipathy runs along this electric line,
stietehing fiom the throne to the wicker
chair ol the humblest seamsiriMs, and
keeping high and low iu a secies of com
munion with their kindled beings."
Housewives, while you pl the needle,
havo Jim ever relleeted on the vichsltildc
of life? l-ce to it that our husbaiida pro
vide for the future weltaroof their families
hv nt linen applxiug for .1 Policy In the
KlM'lTAlll.l". LlFi; ASSl'RANCi:
CIKTY of tilts United Stales. Nu
suitable ,,'lfl could be tillered lo j oil.
nnuon & a, j. oARTwrnour,
General Agent" for the Hawalluu Islands,
Kiiuituhhi Life Ansuruuai ijocli-ty i( the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO,
OFFKR FOR SAL
AT.EX. CnOHS A BON8' -
Celebrated High Grade Cane Manures,
We are also prepared to take orders for
Messrs, N. OlilCLndt BiCo.'b
liMtiring prompt delivery.
This is a suncrior .I'aint Oil. con-
sumlti 'c"s pigment than Jjln.ieed Oil, and
giving n lasting brilliancy to colors.
Used with drier it gives a splendid floor
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned Bool
r.uurn.NK taint co.'h
.Compounds, Roofing & Papers,
Reed's Patent Steam Pipe Covering.
Jarboes' Diamond, Enamel & Ever
Especially designed for Vacuum Pans.
It. S. Mooisk, Supt.
H. T.VYI.OK, l'res.
San Francisco, - - Cal.
Improved Sugar Madicr
BOILERS & ENGINES.
For Irrigating and Water Works purpo-ea
of any capacity.
Wrought Iron & Steel Water Pipe & Fluming
MATHKSON LOCK-JOINT 1'11'K,
HEINE SAFETY BOILER,
W- For further
particulars and catn-
R-iscion Iron Works,
San Francisco, California. " " v
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Mersey Marine Ihb. Co.,
Now York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER,
General Agent for Hawaiian Island?.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
I Mon iron forks
New England Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
tna Fire Insurance Co,,
' OF HAllTKOUD.
Union Insurance Co., -
OF HAN FHANOIHCO, UAL.
Can he found, as umial. at his residence.
Alakea street, next iu llrltlsh flub, or hv
message at i !:. William' store, Fort
IW" All work guaranteed mid vUltod 11
second time. Prompt munition iu all
ordeni. Tuiiuil the I'liino for conourt ol
Miulu, thu oelcbrtiied violinist twMiu,