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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 1892.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu... 0:16 8:45 1:43 4:35t
Arrive Honoullull.7:20 0:57 2:57 6:35f
Leave Honoullult..7:30 10:43 3:43 5:12t
Arrive Honolulu. .8:35 11:55 4:55 0:50f
l'KAttij City Local.
Lcavo Honolulu 5:10 ....
Arrive Pearl City .... 0:48S ....
Lcnvo Pearl City..U:55
Arrivo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted, f Saturdays only.
S Baturdays oxcepted.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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DAY. cfoB'Btr'PiB si 5, s
p ,r ; - & P & 9 F F
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a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m. ....
Mon. 1G .1 10 2 45 8 10 10 40 0 40 5 40 5 40
Tucs. 17 U SO 3 30 0 15 11 20 0 40 5 40
p.m. 0 40
Wed. 18 4 33 4 DC 0 10 0 G 40 .1 41 7 30
Tlnivs. 10 5 5 4 35 I 5 10 48 fl 40 5 42 .
Fli. 20 5 35 5 30 1 35 11 17 fl 40 5 42 8 37
Kilt. 21 0 U G 30 2 5 11 57 0 40 5 41 0 32
Bull. 22 7 2 7 35 2 35 .... 6 40 5 44 10 27
Now Moon on the 17th at21i.67in. p. in.
THE DAILY BuUETll
FRIDAY, JAN. 20, 1893.
FiitDAY, Jan. 20.
Stmr Kaala from Waianae and Wainlua
Friday, Jan. 20.
Btnir "W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Iwalatu for Kauai
Schr Ka Jloi for Paauilo
Bohr Mary K Foster for Makaweli
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Haw Uk Mauna Ala, Smith, for San Fran
cisco Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Iwalani 5015 bags sugar and 30 bogs
Stmr Kaala 1911 bags sugar.
For Maui and Hawaii, ,ct stmr V G
Hall, Jan 20 For Volcano: Captain Not
tage and valet, J Dickbon, Miss Adamson,
Dr C E Hlake. Mrs E G Morgan, A I)
Elwell, C Mueller, L Cuniborbaeh, H N
Gerrans and wife, Dr McDonald, Mrs Mc
lican, D A Woodbury, Bruce Cartwright,
Jr. For way ports: lions J H Waipuilani
und J Kanbane, Hon V White, wife and
2 children, Hon AV Edmonds and wife, Hon
J G Hoapili and son, Hon J Kaluna and
wife, Miss Greenwoll. Mrs Bertram, Col S
Norris, F Maby, 0 Herlowitz, Master
Stevens (2), and 40 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H I J M S Kongo from San Francisco, due
. Jan 20
8 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, due Feb 5
Am 1-mstd schr V F Witzcman from New
castle, N 8 W
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-nibtil schr Puritan, from Newcastle,
N S W
Ger bark H Hackfcld from Liverpool, now
Haw bk Lady Lampson from Newcastle,
Haw bk Leahi, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco, duo Jan 30
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Am ship Honolulu from Newcastle, NSW
Am bktne Hilo, from Newcastlo, NSW
Am bk Eclipse from Nanaimo
Rr bk Tacora from Liverpool, due Jon 30
Vessels in Port.
USS Boston. Wiltse, from Hilo
Aln schr Hobt Lewers, Goodman,
Am bkt Irmgard, Schmidt, from
castle. N ffW
Am bkt Planter, Dow, from
Am bk Sonoma, Anderson, from San Fran
cisco Am bk 8 C Allen, Thompson, from San
Brigt W G Irwin, McCulloch, from San
Rrlt bk Scottish Wizurd, from Newcastle,
N 8 V
Am bktne J Smith from Newcastlo, N S W
A Different Version of an Old Tale.
Tho prosout Columbian times havo
recalled to public memory the bio
graphy of Christopher Columbus as
it was written by a schoolboy in tho
Midlands, England, twenty yoars
ago. Tho master told tho boys to
write each a story essay on tho groat
navigator, aud the following is the
only ono that has withstood tho
ravages of tho tooth of tinio. Wo
give it complete: "Columbus was a
man who could make an egg stand
on end without breaking it. The
King of Spain said to Columbus:
'Canyon discover Amorica?' 'Yes,'
said Columbus, 'if you will give mo
a ship.' Ho had a ship and sailed
over the sea in the direction where
ho thuuirht America oiiirlit to bo
found. The sailors quarrelled anil
said thoy boliovod there was no such
place, but after many days tho pilot
called to him and said; 'Columbus,
I soo land.' 'Thou that is Amorica,'
said Columbus. When tho ship got
near tho laud was full of black men.
Columbus said: 'Is this America!'
'Yes, it is,' said thoy. 'I suppose you
nro tho niggorsT' 'Yes,' they said:
'wo aro'j nud tho chief said: '1 sup
pose you are Columbus!' 'You're
right, said ho. Then tho chief
turned to his men aud said: 'There
is no huln for it; we are discovered
at last."' Mllwuukte lhtnimj Wit-
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
E. B. Thomns hns Ihreo Hnwniinn
brod mulos for salo.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m.-
cloarj wind, light cast.
A bay liorso will bo sold at public
auction on Saturday, Jan. 28th.
Inlani Palaco is guarded by armed
mon from tho Provisional Govern
ment. Tho town was paraded by armed
sontrios from Oahu Collogo last
Hor Majosty tho Quoon is domi
ciled at tho Washington Place, Boro
and valot loft on
tho stoamor W. G. Hall
iug for tho Volcano.
Fifteen tourists woro passongors
by tho stoamor W. G. Hall this
momiug for tho Volcano.
Monitors of Co. B. of tho Provi
sional Government havo boon dining
at tho Hawaiian Hotel tho past few
Several wagers havo boon made
that tho S. S. Claudino will mako tho
passage to San Francisco in soven
Tho annual mooting of tho Kapio
lani Park Association will bo hold at
Hon. Cecil Brown's office at 1:30
A notico regarding passes for do
ing business in tho Government
building appears in tho official
Deputy Marshal Chillingworth
oxocutos tho duties of his oilico in a
courteous manuor, and is making
Tho steamer Iwalaui loft for Ha
namaulu, Kauai, this afternoon.
That port is reported to bo "tied
up" with sugar.
Tho steamor Kinau will bo duo to
morrow from Maui and Hawaii. Sho
will bring news of tho progress of
tho circuit torm at Hilo, Hawaii.
Tho band played in the Govern
ment building yard yestorday after
noon. A largo number of peoplo
onjoj'ed the music on tho outside.
Hons. J. H. Waipuilruii, W. White,
J. Kauhano, W. Edmonds, J. G.
Hoapili aud J. Kaluna returned to
their homos by tho steamor AV. G.
Hall this morniuff.
A young boy born on Monday last
has beon given tho name of Kooua
Garibaldi. Kooua is tho first name
of Kamehamoha, and Garibaldi is
that of an Italian General.
A native named Pohupu has boon
arrested for selling liquor without a
license. Pohupu made heaps of gold
while the saloons woro closed lately
by selling liquor on tho sly.
Two crows from tho lloalani Boat
Club will contest in a four-oared
race in the harbor this afternoon.
Tho race was to come off Wednesday
afternoon, but was postponed.
It is pretty generally known that
martial law will bo raised on Mon
day morning at tho latest. This
statement is made unofficially by
The seven boys reported previ
ously as boing tried in the District
Court for malicious burning of an
arbor in Emma Square havo been
committed for trial by Police Magis
trate Foster. Bail was fixod at $150.
By order of tho Provisional Gov
ernment tho royal coat-of-arms has
boon removod from tho head of tho
"By Authority" column in tho insido
of this paper. Tho outside pages
woro through tho press boforo the
order was received.
Tho residents of Kakaako aro ex
ceedingly grateful to John Cassidy,
electric light superintendent, for
having placed an arc lamp at tho
foot of Punchbowl street, junction
of Kakaako street. It is a great
comfort to the residonts of tho locality-
Six Cinnamon woro arrested on
account of troublo with six of their
countrymen over some gaming.
Thoro was friction which resulted in
tho issuance of warrants for tho ar
rest of tho six original complainants.
P. Neumann and A. S. Hart well have
beon retained, respectively, by the
Elder John Stuart of Salt Lake,
who has obtained a concession from
tho Moxican Government for tho es
tablishment of a Mormon colony at
Santa Rosalia, arrived thoro Jan. 3
with twenty families, comprising
about 100 persons. This is tho first
installment, as tho colony is expect
ed to comprise 3000 persons.
The llowor girls had a luau in tho
Chinese restaurant at tho junction
of Nuuanu and Merchant streets.
After tho feast thoy took chargo of
tho saloon and raised Jerusalem.
Thoy had evidently drank too much
dishwater coiiuu. Tho girls must
havo been knocked out, as very few
wore seen around this morning.
A bundle containing a rod shirt,
red blanket, red handkerchiefs, white
towel, a pitcher, glasses and two
stones was picked up floating near
Brewer's wharf at noon to-day. Tho
articles in the package point to the
fact that tho Kahunas are at work.
Tho articles aro on exhibition in vu
oilico above A. S. llartwoll's, comer
of Fort and Merchant streets.
D. K. Fyfo, tho ex-jailor, who was
to havo been exiled to Australia, is
still in town. Ho will appear in the
District Court to-morrow morning.
Fyfo has been confined in a Station
coll since the order of banishment,
as the authorities thought it the
best place for liiin. Public .subscrip
tion was solicited, but none came
forward to aid him. He is allowed
certain hours of liberty for bathing
Tho next batch of perrons to be
prosecuted in the Panama canal
scandal will include four members
of tlio Chamber of Deputies and one
Rogistorod at tho Hawaiian Hotol
by Lato Stoamors.
Tho following tourists are register
ed on tho Hotel register from Jan.
P. F. Du Croz, Now Zealand; C.
Muollor, L. T. Cumborbatch, Mas.,
la., U. S.j D. A. Woodbury, Roches
ter, N. Y.; T. A. Bennett, England;
Mr. and Mrs. S. Clomontsay, Boston;
Charlosly Notlago and valet, Lon
don; Miss Adamson, London; B. J.
Dickson, London; Leigh Lynch,
Chicago; R. N. Curtis and Ed. Kauf
man, San Francisco; Mrs. E. S. Mor
gan, Chicago; Alox. McBcau and
wife, Oakland; Mrs. Porcy Williams,
Miss Lydo Srahoin, Stockton; H. M.
Gorrans and wifo, Buffalo; Mr. and
Mrs. Frank M. Wilson, Master Wil
son, Chicago, 111.; Lylo Henshaw,
Oakland: J. P. Smith and wifo,
daughter and maid, Santa Cruz, Cal.;
A. D. Elwoll, Phila., Pa.; J. G. Kit
tle, San Francisco; J. E. Hoslj, Now
Havon, Conn.; Chas. E. Blako, San
Francisco, Cal.; J. H. Malouoy, Mon
treal; C. F. Fischer, San Francisco;
A. G. Lang, Melbourne; Goo. Dun
can, Australia; A. A. Holmes and
wifo, Mis.; Audio W. Holmos and
Sarah Holmes, New York; D. Man
well, Glasgow, Scotland.
Whether a British Warship is to
Call Hero Shortly.
Owing to rumors current that a
British man-of-war was expected at
this port, a Bulletin' reporter inter
viewed Mr. T. R. Walker, British
Consul, as to tho fact. Mr. Walker
stated that thoro was nothing dofi
nito known as to whether ono was
coming horo or not, but thoro is a
probability that H. M. S. Hyacintho
would call horo on hor way to
Esquimault, B. C. Tho Hyacintho
was to bo roconimissiouod at Hong
kong, and then start for Esquimault,
expecting to mako a cruise between
ports. Sho may call horo aud sho
Mr. Walker statod to tho reporter
that ho would bo very much pleased
to volunteer any information, if any
thing definite camo to hand.
HENRY GIBSON DEAD.
Son of the Lato Premier Gibson
Dios at Lahaina.
Henry Gibson of Lanai, son of tho
lato Hon. W. M. Gibson, a promi
nent iigure in tho not remote his
tory of these Islands, died at Laha
ina on Sunday last. Ho had been in
ill health for some time. Tho lato
Henry Gibson leaves a native wifo
and oight children. Ho owned one
tenth of tho Gibson estate, compris
ing tho extensive sheep ranch of
Lanai, and died intestate. Tho
body was taken to Lahaina for
Humors of tho Pickot.
The midnight stillness between
Wednesday and Thnrsda- was
brokon by tho "pang" of a rifle
Anxious ears waited for a roply t hat
did not come. It has now trans
pired that tho shot was lot off by
Charlie Chipps, a volunteer on duty
at tho Government building. Charlie
was awakened to relievo guard and
on proceeding to his station saw a
human figure in front of him. He
gave tho usual challengo but there
was no response, aud then he tired
at tho trespasser. As the object
neithor tumbled nor winked Charlie
made bold to investigate further
while reaching for another cartridge
Ho found ho hadn't hurt his shadow
One of the juvenile upholders and
enforcers of martial law stopped a
prominent citizen tho other night
and required him to give up his
pass. Tondorly stooping down ho
simply patted tho youngster's head
and said in response: "Sonny, havo
you also joined the aomiors ol the
Lord?" and passed on.
It is said that ono or two of tho
armed juvenile defenders of order
during tho night watches havo beon
removed from their beats by older
hands in other watches and gently
spanked and admonished to be more
careful with those solf-cocking re
volvers which tho3' didn't understand
how to manage. And how the boys
laughed when thoy heard of it, al
though an accident might have hap
pened. Court Notes.
Jndgo Whiting prosides at Circuit
Court Chambers this week,
rrM,ni-.i ic un iilflif.lnl linaiiwicct flu.
Tho following notice is posted at
tho entrance to the upstairs court
room: "No summons or orders to bo
issued without tho consent of tho
Chief Clerk II. Smith and Deputy
G. Lucas are working away amongst
tho records with equanimity undis
turbed by marching and drilling of
armed men on tho iloor below them.
Tho Supreme Court is not render
ed helpless for business by the re
tirement of .Justice Dole to lake the
noadslup ol tlio I'rovisional uovorn
)iit. The .ludiciary
lor a temporary
filled b3' one of tho
vacancy s Doing
Circuit .1 udges.
Tho Provisional Army.
The forces of the Provisional Gov
ernment are organized as follows:
.1. 11. Sopor, Commander-in-Chief;
ii. II. Fisher, Lioutenaut-Coin-mander;
loliu flood, Ordnance Ollicer.
Company A.- C. Ziegler, Captain;
I. J. Locker, Lieutenant.
Company Ji, (Jco. C. J'olter, Cap
tain; Arthur M. Drown, Lieutenant.
Company V. -,1. M. Cainara, Cap
tain; .1. M. Vivas, Lieutenant,
Company I). -11. (.lunn, Captain;
Chas. T. Wilder, Lieutenant.
hnlisting aud drilling aro going on
from day to day.
.Many parents in Vienna within a
few dayH reported to tho police the
loss of their daughters from K to 12
roars of nun. It Is feared tho chil-
dreu nro the victims of a conspiracy.
SHIPS OF WAIt.
Naval Architecture of Oldon Timos
Boing Itoproducod To-day.
Tho Grook and Roman galleys,
when compared with tho snips of
tho middlo agos, show not only great
er stability but fitness for many uses
besides that of merely cutting tho
water. In one wo find at tho walor's
edgo a sheaf of twelve lingo swords
or prongs for tearing an enemy at
tho water lino, while above nro two
iron spcar-headod rams to bo run out
violontly by a concealed crow, and
shaped either to smash in bulwarks
or to hook on to or cut tho onoinj-'s
rigging. From tho platform above
archors could discharge their arrows
or repel boardors. Other war galleys
woro provided with catapults, from
which groat masses of stone or mar
ble shot woro hurled upon tho ene
my's ship or amid his rowers. Some
of tho larger ships carried groat
cranes, which, being lowered to an
opposing ship, lifted with groat
grappling irons hor bow or stem
high enough in air to render hor
helpless for attack or defense. Theso
machinos called "corvi," woro invent
ed by tho famous ongiueor Archi
medes, and woro used by him with
torriblo effect at tho siege of Syra
cuse, whoro tho attacking galleys,
according to Plutarch, advancing
too close to tho walls, woro speared
or grappled with great iron prongs,
and after being lifted from tho wator
by tho ends woro swayed to and fro,
whirled in mid-air and dashed to
fragments against tho rocks. Though
wo may doubt tho saying that
"thoro is nothing now under the
sun," wo certainly find naval archi
tecture repeating itsolf, for our
modem .men-of-war aro abandoning
tho opon fighting tops at their mast
heads and using the round baskot
shapod fighting-towers which ap
peared so often in old designs of Ro
man ships, especially of tho time of
Julius Cajsar, in which wo also dis
cover a prow-ram, or beak so closely
resombhug those of tho Chicago,
Atlanta and Maine that wo might
accuso tho latter designers of plagi
arism. Ono has a bow tho exact
counterpart of tho British ironclads
Lord Warden and Royal Oak, now
in the royal navy.- .S7. Nicholas.
A Now Mexico Yarn.
"I had an advent uro with Ramon
Ortiz, tho notorious Mexican bandit,
down in Now Mexico in 1878," said
Dick Little, a monitor of tho Story
Tellers' Club in session at tho Lac-
ledo. "Ortiz and his blood-t hirst v
Lieutenant, Manuel Grijalva, wore
tho terrors of Arizona at that time,
and robbing stages and murdering
passengers was their daily sport. 1
left tho camp of the Argentine mine
ono morning by stage, having as fel
low passongors four heavily-armed
men, who were escorting ?20,0(X)
worth of bullion to tho railway. We
had proceeded about ton miles when
Ortiz and his gang swooped down
upon us. It was seldom, indeed,
that thoy let so rich a prize slip
through tho mountains without
making a try for it. Tho driver was
expecting trouble, and did not wait
for a second command, but reined
up at once, and sat on his box look
ing as unconcerned as though wait
ing for a passenger. Tho captain of
tho guard turned to mo and said:
'We're going to make a fight for it.
Tho odds aro against us. If you
want to surrender, bo d d quick
about it. Boforo I could renlv a
volley came crashing through tho
coach, slightly wounding two men.
Wo returned the fire and dropped
throe of tho robbers. Thov d row-
back a little but kept on shooting
aud wo continued to make reply. In
ton minutes ono of tho guards was
dead, another disabled and every ono
of us had been touched. Wo had
five dead robbers to our credit and
felt encouraged to koop up the fight.
Five minutes later tho Captain of
tho guard was killed and Ortis got a
slug of metal in tho shoulder that
disabled him. His gang thou drew
off. Tho driver had sat unconcern
ed through it all. Ho now called
out to know if ho should proceed.
'Wait a minute,' replied one of tho
guard. Ho slipped a cartridge into
his smoking revolver, stopped out of
tho stage aud dropped tho driver off
tho box. 'One of tho gang,' ho said
laconically, as ho mounted tho box,
took up tho ribbons and (locked tho
load horso with tho long bull-hide
whip. Globe Democrat.
Oyster Cocktails at tho Criterion
Koot Beer on draught at Benson,
C. J. McCarthy
st root for sale.
has lots on Lililia
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once l3' Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith A: Co.,
Dr. McLennan, l.'tl Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone (182.
Tho Honolulu Dairy have put in a
Creamery will dnlner fresh cream
morning or afternoon to suit cus
tomers. i Mechanics' Home, iV.) and fll Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
.month -2w, and f0c. a night; ?1
j and $1.5-."i a week.
Tho success of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy in effect iugn speedy
euro of coldscroup aud whooping
, cough has brought it into great do-
nuiiul. Mcssrn. I'oiitius iV him, ol j
Cameron, Ohio, sy that it has1
gained a reputation second to none j
in that iciuity. .las. M. Queen, of
Johnston, W. a., says it is the best
ho over used. JS. I'. .lones, druggist,
Winona, .Miss., .sav-: "Chamberlain's '
Cough Keinedy i' perfectly reliable,
1 havo always warranted it and it '
never failed to give the most perfect I
satisfaction." fl cent bottles for '
sale by all doaloi-.. JSmiMUi, Smith
& Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
Dully JlulUtin, U cent a iiiunth,
I delivered free.
A NEW LAWSUIT ON HAND,
Or, Parody on Ta-Ka-Ba-Boom-De-Bay.
lhj Juhnxon the Shirt Jmh.
Now there U a iiinu with a great big gall,
If you look at lilm he'll commence to bawl.
Ho hud some Shirts and wanted them ll.cl
Hut without tho money he could not do
Ho started in and tried his nerve,
Hut tho looks of him would not ervt
Ho tried with a lawsuit but without suc
cess, That dirty man will die like the rest.
Give mo my Shirts or In on hour I'll sue,
It will cost me nothing but bodenr fur you,
For I havo a pull and Tn jail you'll go,
And when you are thoie you'll have no
He tried his dirtvgamebutltdld not work.
Ho got hit In the neck aud a good hard
Ho fcols as sore as a leper ease,
Ho Is so ashamed to look In your faco.
Mint i. Do others or thoy will do you.
Johnson tho Shirt Maker is at tho
comer of King and Alakoa streets,
whoro ho makes all kinds of Shirts to
order and guarantees a fit. It don't
cost any more to have j-our shirts
made to order than you pay for your
old store and factory made goods.
Now pleaso boar this in mind and
give us a call. Satisfaction guaran
Cor. King and Alakoa Sts.
ISlnffu taken in Payment
"For tho past two or three years 1
havo boon subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," says Mr. W. A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
Boonville, Dallas Co., Iowa. "I have
tried a number of different remedies;
tho best ono being Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy. One or two doses of it always
cures mo." . Sold by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for the
Tho article of special convenience
in ovory household and otlico
throughout tho islands, and the most
acceptable to send to frionds abroad
because it deals only with facts
and figures is a copy of the Ha
waiian Annual for 1S'.)3. Price, 75
cents each, or 85 cents mailed abroad.
rpHRKE HAWAIIAN RRED
X Mulos. Can be seen at work
between the Kunieliameha Schools
aud the Masonic Temple anv (lav.
Apply to . K. 15. TllOMAS.
rpiIK ANNUAL MKKTISd OI-" THE
JL Moekholilers of the Kapiolani l'urk
Association will take place at the oltice oT
the Hon Cecil Hiown, Merchant street, on
MONDAY, Jan. -JM, at 1 :30 o'clock 1-. M.
V. M. (Siri'Altl),
from the WlamU
Wilder has full power of ntturnev to net
for the linn of iluc
r .v. to., and u No in
any personal matter.
W. O. WILDER.
HOUSE ON KINAU,
near Pensacuhi .street.
l,. it. jii-j.Mii: ,
Ci07-lf Hawaiian llaidware Co.1-store.
NOTICE. IS HEEEIIY
given that the follow
ing described Animal will
be sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY, Jan. 'JS,
lri!).'t, at 12 o'clock noon, at the Government
round at Makiki:
1 Hay Hor.se with white -trcak on foie
head, right hind leg white, branded "111"
on left hind leg.
Govern men t Pound master.
Honolulu, .Ian. -JO, 1SH.5. ii'J:i-'.'t
Golden Rule Bazaar.
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Spectacles I Eye Glasses
TO SUIT ALL SIGHTS
AT GASH PRICES
EtT DiUicult cases carefully tested by
tint Patent Dioptric Eycmeter.
Lock & Chain Stitch Combined.
Croquet Sets from $1.50 Up.
WILDER & CO.,
Dkm.cus in Li-miii:ii, Pwmh, oii.h, Nut.",
fsM.r, ami Hlii.himi AUiruiM
or i.vi.m i:im.
Corner Fort and tjueeii (Street", Honolulu.
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Hirelings su Communion Mi:h iu.mh,
Kurt Mrect, Honolulu.
H, HAOKFELD & CO.
Gi:ni:iiM, CoMMhus Ani'ST.
Corner Fort and Queen blrcutv, Honolulu,
The Hon. J. W. Fennimore is the
SheiilT of Kent Co., Del., and lives
at Dover, the Couutv Seat and Cap
ital of the State. The sheriff is a
gentleman fifty-nine years of age,
and this is what he says : "I have
" used your August Flower for sev
" eral yeai s in my family and for my
"own use, and found it does me
"more good than any other remedy.
" I have been troubled with what I
" call Sick Headache. A pain comes
" in the back part of my head first,
" aud then soon a general headache
"until I become sick and vomit.
" At times, too, I have a fullness
" after eating, a pressure after eating;
cii. m yxy. yji ins. oiuuiut.u, aim
"sourness, when food seemed to rise
" up in my throat and mouth. When
"I feel this coining on if I take a
" little August Flower it relieves
" me, and is the best remedy I have
" ever taken for it. For this reason
"I take it and recommend it to
" others as a great remedy for Dys
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. S. A.
HMTKSDAY NIGHT, JANTAItY 10. A
X Card "a-o (Pocket Hook), containing
Monev mid l'anor.s
the Under will be Hlier-
lcavini! at tho Hru.r.TiN
LOST OR DESTROYED
CU'.llTIFICATES NOS. .r.T AND ft" roll
I Two Shares in the HrltiMi Club.
Transfer stopped. If found return to
Mare and Phaeton
been diiven by a lady,
will be -old cheap. An
o. Apply to
IRM--Jt M. V. MiClir.SNI
rplIERE WILL HI. A MEETING OF
.L the Hoard of Dental Examiners at
the Oilico of the Hoard of Health, SATUR
DAY, .Ian 21-t, at :i-.:!(l o'clock i m.
ROUT. W. ANDERSON,
V DIYI DENlHNO.ro OF
i Cent, has been declared
and is iijyti-
blc foithwith at the olllee of the Hawaiian
Hell Telephone Coinpinv.
.1. F. HROWN,
.luniiurv 10, ISM. ISiVlw
LAWN MOWERS TO LET HY THE
day, week or month- Repairing,
Cleaning'and Sharpening done; Duplicate
Pieces furnished when required. Machines
called for and returned. AImi, Repairing
Garden J lose--in fact, can do anything
necessary around the house or stable.
Ring up Mutual Telephone 1M.
OM-tf N. V. HURGESS.
Hy A. M. HETTENCOURP,
Veterinary Surgeon and Dealer in Hor-es,
corner 'Ucretania and Punchbowl .sts.
ty- Mutual Mclephone :i"7.
Honolulu Carriage Co.
- HOTH TEL. No. 3.M.
Stand: Corner Fort & Merchant Sts.
Hacks can be had at any hour of the ilu
up to i- o'clock at night, on terms
to suit the times.
Hacks Nos. 33, 45, 62,63, 67, 70, 73, 97, 196
'Honolulu Fire DepaM
OWING TO THE PHOMl'LGATION
of a Provisional Government for thu
Hawaiian Islands und the Declaration of
Martial Law, the Paiadtt of the Depart
ment proposed to be held on SATURDAY,
February I, ls!M, has been put oil'.
Hy o'rder of the Chief Engineer.
li-'(t Hecretan II. F. I).
The folliiwiug choice bit of word painting
occurs in Hawthorn?'1" Marble Faun:
" Women be they of what earthlv rank
they may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed with awful beauts, have
alw.ixs Mime little handiworU ready to till
the thiv gap of ever vacant moment. A
needle is familiar tntlie linger- of them all.
A ipleeu, no doubt, piles It onoeciision; the
woman poet can urn it as adroitly as her
pen; the woman's eve, that has discovered
a new Mar, turns from its glory to tend the
polished little iustiiiment gleaming along
the hum of her keichief, or todariia casual
fra in her dress. And they have greatly
the advantage of us in this respect, 'I he
slender thread of "Ilk or cotton keeps tliein
united with the small, familiar, gentle In
terestsof life, the continually operating In
Ihieueen of which do i-ouiucli fertile health
of the chaiaeter, ami carry oil what would
otherwise he a dangerous accumulation of
iiioilild scnsibillt. Avast ileal of human
sympathy runs along this electric line,
rtreieliiug fioiu the throne to the wicker
chair of the humblest ecatutrc, and
keeping high and low in a species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
lluui-culvi , while you ph the needle,
have on ever rcllfelcd on tlie iciiiudcs
of life? .see to it thai our huhaudi pro
vide for the fill mi' welfare of their families
hyal once applwug for a Pulict In the
L'GinTAlll.l. LIFE Ar-M'IIAN'CH KO
01ETY of the I'nltcd htali.. So more
I suitable gift could beollircd lu.uiu.
BRUCE & A. J. UAflTWmaHT,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Inlands,
Eiilllalilii I, Atouruiuo hoelely of thu
:v A- SONS.
For G ontlemen :
For Boys :
For Ladies :
A Full Lino of
Etc., Etc., Ere.
75 FORT STREET.
O I AT THE
Hum. Ill TELEPHONES Mi n i. -Ill
At McKinley Prices!
Departure Bay Coal
12 .A. TOIST!
fSf- Delivered to anv part of Honolulu
HUSTAOE & CO.
Ring up No. Ill on
Win. 6. Irwin & Co.
Win. G. Irwin.
Clans spret kefs,
W. M. Gillard,
l'hco. ('. Porter
President ami Manager
- - - - Vice-President
Secretary and Treasurer
AOKXTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Company,
OF SAN FRANCISCO,
C. BREWER & CO.
O J A JLj
.1. O. Garter Piesident and Malinger
G. 11, Itolicrtson. Treasurer
E. I', llishoi . Secretary
W. F. Allen .Auditor
lion. ('. 1!. Bishop )
S. C. Allen . ', Directors
H. Wnterhoiisc. 1
Union Gas Engine Co,v
(Incorporated May H!, lS:r.!.)
- MANITFACTURERS OF THE
Regan Vapor Engines
PACIFIC GAS ENGINES.
Horizontal A I'pright,
Stationary A Marine,
Gas A Gii-olioe Engines,
Pumps A Launches,
Hole Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
A SHIPMENT OF
Fishtail Oil. Clothing
- FDR HALE I1Y -
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
HUSTAOE & CO.,
-DEALERS IN -
I WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which we will ell at the Very IaiwckI
.Mill SCI lUllCH.
BtU . TELEPHONE - - MutuiUtt