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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PROM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 1802.
A.M. r.M. P.M.
Leavo Honolulu,, .0:15
Lcavo Honoulluli..7 :30
Arrlvo Honolulu.. 8:35
Peam. City Local.
Lcavo Honolulu 5:105 ....
Arrlvo Pearl Olty. 5:48$ ....
Lcavo Pearl Olty..0:55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
S Saturdays excepted.
Tidoa, Bun and Moon.
IIY 0. J. LYONS.
P Sip &
92J 7 85
11 0 8 15
0 51 11 13
6 54 ....
6 61 0 &
6 65 0 60
5 65, 1 50
8 50 2 44
5 50, 3 40
11 CO 10 0
.. 12 0
a m. n.m
1 U 1 Wll
1 25 1 45
Lust Quarter of tlio Moon on the Stli nt Oh.
Time Whistle blows at lh. 28m. 34s. p m. of
Honolulu time, which Is tlus same us lKh. 0m.
0s. p.m. of Uieonwicli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 8, 1893.
Wednesday, Feb. 8.
O & O S S Belgic, Contain W H Walker,
from Yokoliama and Hongkong
Stmr Pelo from Hanamaulu
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per stmr W Q Hall 630 bags sugar, 22iags
cofleo, 37 sacks awa, 'M head cattle, 1
horse, 1 cow and calf, 41 bdls green
hides, 239 bdls dry hides and 75 pkgs
Per stmr Pele 3709 bags sugar and 34 bndls
From Yokohama and Hongkonjr, per O
S S Belgic, Feb 8 Captain F 0 Walker, 170
Chinese and 59 Japanese immigrants.
From Hawaii and Maui, per tnir w o
Hall, Feb 7 From Volcano: H B Huteh
ings, Q B Berger, G D Load. From way
ports: Captain W Matson, Colonel S Nor
ris, Mr Noel, W Berlowitz, Masters Naliale
(4), H Hayselden, Dr Llndley, J Thomp
son, James Clark, Master Alawa, C Blake,
Mrs W Maxwell, Mrs Thomas, Makalcha,
Mrs J Y KuaiiuokaandSO deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala
C Haggens, Max Schlommcr,
and 25 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
TJ S S Monowai, Carey, from tho Colonies,
due Feb 9
S S Mariposa, Hayward, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 10th
Am bk 0 D Bryant, Jacobson, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10th
Am bktne S Q Wilder, GriHiths, from San
Francisco, duo Feb Cth
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastlo, NSW
Am 4-mstd schr Puritan, from Newcastle,
Gor bark H Hackfeld from Liverpool, now
Haw bk Lady Lampson from Newcastle,
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due Mav 23
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, NSW
Br bk Tacora from Liverpool, duo Jan 30
Vessels in Port. -
UBS Boston, Wlltso, from Hilo
H I J M S Kon-go, Tashiro, from San
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
cisco Britbk Scottish Wizard, from Newcastle,
Bktne Hilo, Balhstor, from Newcastle,
Haw bk Leahi, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco, 4-masted schooner Carrier Dove from Na
naimo Am bktne J Smith from Newcastle, NSW
Am ship Eclipso, Peterson, from Nanaimo
The barkentino Hilo has finished dis
charging her coal.
Tho steamer Pele Is discharging her car
go of sugar into the schooner Carrier Dove,
lying In the stream.
The O & O S S Belgic will commenco dis
charging her four hundred tons of Hono
lulu freight immediately at tho Quarantine
Station, whero it will bo thoroughly disin
fected before delivery to consignees.
RATHBUItN-AtKalmku Ranch, Hawaii,
to tho wifo of W Kathburn, a son.
ROSS-On board tho British bark Scottish
AVizard, at Honolulu, Feb. 8, 18SU, to
the wifo of Captain Aloxander Ross, a
To tho Patrons of the California
Our Manager, T. J. King, goos to
tho Coast on tho Monowai February
9, 1893, on business for tho firm. Wo
hope that parties owing us will
mako it convenient to bottlo up thoir
accounts on or boforo tho abovo
Mr. O. F. Davis, editor of tho
Bloomfiold, Iowa, Farmer, says: I
can recommend Chamborlaiu'sCough
Remedy to all sufferers with colds
and croup. I havo usod it in my
family for tho past two years and
havo found it tho host I ovor usod
lor tho purposo for which it iH in
tended. 50 cent bottlos for snlo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith and Co.,
Agouts for tho Hawaiiun IslaudB.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
oumbor Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
St. Valontluo's Day will fall on tho
Tho officers and crow of tho Bolgio
Camp Boston is
Tho stoamor Polo brought a lopor
from Kauai to-day.
Capt. F. D. Walkor was a pnsson
gor by tho S. S. Bolgio to-day from
Throo tourists roturnod from tho
Volcano yesterday by tho stoamor
W. G. Hall.
Tho Union steamship Mouowai
bus not boon signaled as this paper
goos to press.
Ex-Sheriff Haysoldon, of Maui, was
a passongor by tho stoamor V. G.
A Punahou student brolto his arm
in preliminary practico to a football
gamo tho other day.
The Honolulu Firo Dopartmont
will hold its rogular monthly moot
ing to-morrow evening.
Tho mail by tho O. & O. S. S. Bol
gio will bo fumigated and landed
for distribution this ovoning.
Mrs. Clomont-Loavitt, tho locturor,
will loavo for Sau Franoisco on tho
through stoamor of March 9th.
John Davis, F.
E. M. S., and Col.
A. Swinton aro bookod as passengers
for tho Colonies on tho S. S. Mari
posa. Tho O. &. O. S. S. Bolgic brought
117 Chinoso and about 59 Japanese
immigrants, and 400 tons of freight
for this port.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Woathor
clear; wind fresh northeast. Steam
ors Kaala and J. -A. Cummins and
schooner Haloakala off port.
Tho woathor prophet's prophesy
as to the change m atmospheric con
ditions to-day has boon fulfilled by
a cloudless sky and bright sunshine.
Tho meeting of tho St. Andrew's
Church Association proposed for
Thursday ovening, February 9th, is
postponed to Thursday, March 2nd.
Captain Win. Matson, the woll
known shipowner of San Francisco,
roturnod yesterday on tho steamer
W. G-. Hall, from a business trip to
Smallpox has again visited Hono
lulu. A case broke out on board the
S. S. Belgic on tho passage from
Yokohama among tho Japanese
immigrants for Honolulu.
Reports of very stormy weather
havo been received from all ovor the
island, so that it appears that the
city has not the distinction of being
tho only district getting itT
Police officer David Kaapa made
a raid on tho Chinese wash house on
King oii-oot; .. fJxo Ewa side of . T.i
liha street, and captured a China
man named Ah Lau hitting the
A native named Papa escaped from
tho Insane Asylum, where he was
committed by Magistrate Foster a
few weeks ago, yesterday evening.
A police officer identified the es
caped lunatic and ho was returned to
his old quarters.
Ah Loy, the Chinaman reported
the other day as being found prowl
ing round the promises of a fellow
countryman near King street bridge,
was sentenced this morning to six
mouths' imprisonment at hard labor
and pay $1 costs.
Tho Fire Police hold their rogular
monthly mooting yesterday ovoning,
whon after transaction of routine
business a rumor regarding tho dis
banding of tho volunteers and the
organizing of a paid department,
was discussed. Tho rumor has boon
current for a fow days past.
The Anglican Chronicle.
Tho Anglican Church Chronicle
for February well sustains its usual
high merit for variety and interest.
From among its items tho following
Archdeacon Shaw of Tokio, Japan,
has commended to tho care of the
pastor and members of tho Second
Congregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral somo of his pupils who aro
Cadets on tho Japaueso warship
Jion-go now in port.
Miss Stevons was a constaut wor
shipper at St. Andrew's Cathedral,
and was over ready to assist in any
good work. Tho deepest sympathy
of tho Church will go out to tho be
reaved family for tho loss of so ami
able and accomplished a member.
The Rev. Alex. Mackintosh has re
ceived a communication from tho
Dopartmont of tho Interior Bureau
of Education, Washington, D. C, in
which he is invited to attend tho
World's Congress and to take part
in tho deliberations of the National
Educational Association. Ho is also
requested to accept a place on tho
list of Honorary Vico-Prosidonts.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,AgoutB.
Dr. McLennan, 1511 Fort street
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugicn
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and Gl Hotel
stroot. Lodging by day, wook or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Joseph V. iorv,
was troubled with
I Ul HUIOIIM, All.
nt W...,. Ttl
triod a nuinbor of dilTorontroinodioa,
but uays 110110 of thorn soomod to tlo
him any good, but finally ho got
hold of 0110 that spuodily'uured him.
Ho was much pluasod with it, and
felt Hiiro that otliuru similarly nlliicl
od would liku to know what tho
romody was that ourod him. Hob tat oh
for tho bonolit of tho publio thnt it
ia eallod Chamborlaiu'a 1'ain Halm.
For nolo by all doulurn. JJouson,
Smith fc Co., Agouts for tho Hawai
Proposed Agroemont to Keop tho Su
promo Court Going Doings at
Torm and Chambers.
Tho following notico is posted nt
tho ontranco to tho courtroom:
"In tho Supromo Court of tho Ha
waiian Islands. Notico. In order
that cases ponding in tho Supromo
Court may bo docidod without fur
ther delay, tho mombors of tho bar
aro horoby invited to sign tho follow
ing agroomont and also to procure
tho signatures of thoir respective
clionts to tho same, giving tho date
of siguaturo in oach causo:
"Agroomont. Wo tho undersigned
couusol and parties in tho bolow
montionod cases horoby respectively
agroo thnt tho Hon. S. B. Dolo may
fllo his written opinions in tho causos
which woro ponding boforo him, and
that ho may join in tho opinions of
tho Court in causos boforo tho Court
in banco as of a date prior to his ro
signatiou as Justice of the Supromo
Court, and that judgment may bo
entered thoroin accordingly, provid
ing that this agreement shall not bo
binding in any given case after thirty
days from tho signing of tho agreo
mout." TEHSI DUS1NESS.
Sincp yostorday's report closod tho
following is tho progress mndo on
tho calondar of tho Circuit Court bo
foro Judgo Whiting:
Tho Queon vs. J. H. Kana. assault
and battory. Appeal from Honolulu
District Court. Kanoakua for de
fendant. A Hawaiian jury render a
verdict of-not guilty, one dissenting.
Provisional Government- vs. Naha
ololua ot al., malicious burning. Ka
ulukou and Kaulia for defendants;
Deputy Attornoy-Gonoral A. M.
Brown for tho prosecution. By di
rection of tho Court a Hawaiian
jury render a verdict of not guilty.
Tho Queen vs. John Burke, main
taining lottery schomo. Appeal from
Honolulu District Court. Kaulu
kou for dofondant. On trial after
recess this afternoon. Verdict not
guilty, one dissenting, at 3:50.
Keoni Akanaj opium iu possession,
is now being tried.
E. E. Caroy, charged with crimi
nal libol on tho information of Dr.
Harrison, asked tho Court this
morning for leave to file a bond of
$750 without surety to release his
cash bail of $500 in Court. Tho mo
tion was granted. Peterson for the
prosecution; Hartwoll for dofon
dant. Iu all probability tho civil suit of
Caroy vs. Harrison, for $2500 dam
ages for trespass, will not come on
John Mahuka and C. D. Wiliokai
severally had appeals from tho Ho
nolulu District Court, whero they
wore sentenced respectively to 30
days' and 10 daj's' imprisonment for
boating thoir wives. The wives in
terceded on their behalf with tho
Attornoy-Geuoral, with tho result
that a nollo prosoqui has boon al
lowed in each case.
iu inn mauor ot (joo. K. Norton,
bankrupt, on motion of E. A. Jouos,
assignee, Judgo Froar confirmed the
sale of Lot 492 on the south slope
of Punchbowl to Arthur Harrison
for $377. Assignee in person.
Judgo Froar has approved the
accounts for four years of Hon. H.
A. Widemann, as guardian of tho E.
B. Fodorhon minors, showing re
ceipts of $049.48 and pa3rments of
$90, which loavo a balanco to tho
good of $559.48.
movement of the Dismissod Musi
cians to be Reinstated.
Tho mombors of tho lato Hawaii
an baud, thirty-six in number, will
hold a meeting to-morrow morning
for the purposo of appointing a com
mittee to consult with tho Govern
ment regarding their reinstatement
in their lormor positions, under cer
tain conditions. Thoy havoall de
cided to tako tho oath of allegiance.
Their only griovanco is that thoir
pay is not sufficient to moot thoir
needs, some only getting $27.50 and
$30 a mouth. If tho Government
decide to appropriate a sufficient
amount to mako tho lowest wages
$35, tho bandmen will return aud
play at tho departure of tho mail
Tho dismissed men havo raisod
subscriptions among themselves, as
sisted by others, aud, should the
Government not grant thoir request,
thoy will forward by tho S. S. Mono
wai for tho coast an order for forty
one instruments, including live
Tho present band in course of in
struction numbors twonty-throe
mombors, nearly all beginners, and
tho lowest mau gets $i() a month.
It is to be hoped that tho littlo dif
ferences will bo amicabty settled
and tho woll-trainod musicians rein
stated. Booked to Leave.
Tho followiug names aro bookod
at tho office of W. G. Irwin k, Co. to
loavo by tho S, S. Monowai for San
Francisco: O. F. Fischor, Captain
Matson, F. M. Wilson, wifo and
child, D. Schultz, Goo. B. Berger, E.
Kauffman, H. B. Hutchings, R. W.
Curtis, G. D. Loud, Chas. E. Blake,
Thos. J. King, A. D. Elwoll, Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Smith and daughter, Miss
Pope, M. Brasch, Miss Harris, Honry
Mr. Albort Favorite, of Arkansas
City, Knn,, wishes to give our readers
tho bonolit of his oxporionce with
colds. Ho says: "I contracted a
cold early last spring that sottled on
my lungs, and had hardly roeovored
from it when I caught auothor that
hung on all summer and left mo
with a hacking cough which I
thought 1 would novor got rid of. I
had used Chamberlain's Cough Rem
edy some fourteou years ago with
much success, and concluded to try
it ognin. When I had got through
with out) bottle my cough had left
mo, aud I havo not sulTorod with a
cough or cold since. I have recom
mended it to others, and all Hpouk
well of it." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers, Benson, Smith it Co.,
Agouts for tho Hawniinn Islands.
S. B. BELGIO AltRIVES.
Ono Oaso of Smallpox Among Immi
grants for Honolulu.
Tho O. & O. S. S. Bolgic. in com
mand of Captain W H. Walkor, from
Yokohama and Hongkong, anchored
off tho harbor this morning. Dr.
Troussoau, port physician, boarded
her and found that she hail a case of
smallpox on board. The yellow Hag
was flying nt tho masthead and the
ship's company was put under quar
arantino, not ovon tho ollicors boing
nllowod on shore. The stoamor has
a littlo ovor 400 tons of freight for
this port which will bo lauded and
Tho Bolgic loft Hongkong on Jan
uary 19th, and Yokohama on tho
2Gth inst., thus making tho trip from
tho latter port in thirteen days. As
tho landing of tho freight will take
somo timo, her igonts aro of tho
opinion that tho stoamor will prob
ably not loavo boforo Friday. Tho
mail was laudod at noon to-day aud
fumigated at tho Post OHico.
Besides tho 117 Chinese and 59
Japanese immigrants the following
cabin pnssongors, besides 25)9 in tho
steerage, aro on thoir way to San
Francisco: Miss L. Hopkins, Miss
Gardner, Miss N. J. Wilson, S. M.
Brumagim, Ensign A. T. Lonir, U. S.
N., J. H. Turddlo, Lieut. F. C. Os
boruo, R. N., Otto Kahlmo, Mrs.
Von Potton, E. S. Boll, H. Hancock,
Goo. R. Nicoll, G. M. Etyntor, Liout.
Hugh Hughes, R. N., T. Gowland,
Miss M. J. Hawos. C. L. Drain, T. E.
Davios, Rov. Goo. B. Smytho.
Tho Bolgic's passengors for this
port consist of Capt. F. D. Walkor,
formerly of tho Wandering Minstrel,
in tho cabin, and 59 Japanese and
117 Chinese in tho stoorago. It is
ono of those Japanese who has small
pox, and lie will bo landed at quar
antine. Tho Board of Hoalth hold
a meeting regarding tho steamship
this forenoon. All that was settled
was to offer tho Bolgic oightoon
days' quarantine. This does not
compel tho ship to stay out that
timo at this port. Tho quostion of
allowing tho steerage passengers to
land was loft in nboyaneo until it
could bo ascertained if a Japaueso
immigrant stoamor was coming soon.
In tho rocoss taken tho Probitlont of
tho Board, Hon. Daid Dayton, re
ceived a lottor from tho Secretary of
tho Board of Immigration, Mr. Wray
Taylor, informing the Board that tho
S.S. MiikoMaru was to sail from Yo
kohama on Fob. 14 with 730 Japanese
emigrants for Honolulu 585 men
and 145 women. As this steamer
may bo expected in 19 days hence,
there is only loft a margin of about
a day for tho 17(5 immigrants by tho
Bolgic to got out of quarantine and
make room for tho 730 of the Miiko
Maru. Besides, if any frosh cases
broko out at quarantine- within tho
appointed 18 days' quarantine, tho
period would havo to bo extended
18 days from tho latest case devel
oped. At this afternoon's meeting tho
Board decid"! Hovt. '"
Kis to land. Thoy will bo quaran
tined for eighteen days. Tho freight
will bo laudod and fumigated, so as
to bo ready for delivery tho oud of
this weok. Tho 'longshoromon who
engago in discharging cargo will
have to undergo tho same torm of
quarantine as tho passengers.
ON KING STREET, TuT.SDAY, FRB.
7th, a Silver Haudlid Cane marked
"(1. A. R." Tho Under will be rewarded
on leaving tho same attlieDm.i.r.TiN Ollioc.
To Let or Lease.
A NICELY FURNISH
ed Huumc near town.
Eniiuiro at lilii,i,i:riN Oilier,
rpVO NICELY yUK
JL nished Rooms, cen
trally located. Inquire it t
Bulletin Ollice. 353-tf
HOUSE ON KINAU,
neur Pensacola street.
IS. 11. HK.NDKY,
007-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. C, etc. Commands
one of the linest views in Honolulu.
COTTAGE TO LET ON
King Street, lately oc
cupied by Mrs. Fleming,
containing Two Bedrooms,
Parlor. Diuinuroom. Kitchen and Hath
room; also btables, Cnrriago House and
Servants' Quarters; reasonable rent. Ap
ply to J. F. BOWLER.
A NICK COTTAGR ON
Beretania street, near
1'liL.ui street, containing
I'arlur, - Bedrooms. Bath
room. Dininuroom. l'antrv and Kitchen
Hervunt's room, Carriage House, Stahle, etc,
TramcaiH nass every liu minutes. Apply at
ollice of this paper. i.w-tf
TO LET OR, LEASE
rpuii Wl'TAUi; AT ISO. 1 jAi-v
X WB Klnu street, lately AsiST ih
occupied hy Sir. M. S. Iivy,
contiiinliiL'.'l Bedrooms. Par
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and Bathroom;
Hluhlu iu j aril; Artesian Water laid on,
Kor particulars and terms, apply to
OIIMf at R. O. Hall tfc 80ns'.
By a. m. iu:ttuncouui,
Veterinary Burgeon and Dealer in Horn's,
corner ileretaula and Punchbowl sts,
LEWERS & COOKE,
Imi'diirKiis ami Dkaiiiu in Lumukii ami
A 1.1. KIMiX or BUIIIUNIl Matkuiaix.
Kurt Street , Honolulu,
4 Wl ''"x
J. M. VIVAB.
gl lu-rnri Vila
There is a gentlo
Dyapopsla. man at Malden-on-
thc-Hudsou, N. Y.,
named Captain A. G. Pareis, who
has written us a letter in which it
is -evident that he has made up his
miiad concerning some things, and
this is what he says:
"I have used your preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly iu my house, and we consider
it the best remedy for Indigestion,
and Constipation we
Indigestion, have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re
lieves the difficulty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
and I think you had
better get another bottle.' I am also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever I am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two, and all trouble is removed." &
Mutual Telephone Co.
rpHE FOLLOWING NEW STATIONS
X have been added to tho list of sub
scribers since issuing tho last card. Sub
scribers will pleae mako changes accord
ingly and add the same to their list:
1!) Allen .t Robinson (Coal Yard)
!H)-Levy, M. S.
14'J I'alaeo Ico Cream I'.irlors
l(!"i Wideiiinmi Carl, res
174 Engine House No. ,"i.
1H.1 Monsarrat. W. T., V. S.
1S7 Kaulu'as II. res
1!31 Chang Kim, res
2"7 Lau Wai (Chinese Tlieutre)
ait Wallace, Chun, res
:i3 .Tap.mc-o Coiiul-lienurnl
.'l-'l More, Rulit. res
:ui-King St. Hack Stand
310 King St. Hack Stand Stables
,'N1 Circuit Court (Arion Hull)
,'ti).'i floo Kim, res
401 Kon-go, II. I.. I. M. Ship
4(!J Wodehoiii, Jr., J. 11. res
UU Phillips, M. les .
llW Nnwnul.yii( f3n.
47(! Wong Tui I'otiu, (Chinese Theatre)
483 Evans, T. E. its
4!M Mahulona, Mis. Sam. res
500 Col burn, .1. F. (l'earl Citv)
.VI7 Held, 11. C. res
51 1 Japanese Store, King stieet
570 Mah.iulu, A. S. res
5S. Uipli-v, C. B. res
SMI ltohi-llo, F. J.
flW) Naka, T.
OK! Ashlov. W. G. les
(!7S-Leslie, F. L. res
708 Camp Boston.
C. O. MERGER,
1, 1S9S. ui.'-at
ADDITIONS TO THE JANUARY
Card of the Hawaiiun Bell Telephone
1!C) Boston Camp.
lm Boyd, K res.
5ffi-01rouit Court Arum Hull I.
550-Fiio Police Hall.
15'J Hawaiian Alistrnet anil Title Co.
538 Hawaiian Fruit and Tarn Co.
513 Kawailoa Ranch.
4:u Kila. John.
357 King Street Hack Stand.
,'llli Kitcut, RevV II res.
185 Mocbcrg, J K res
'2U Mott, C res.
3')9 Military Headquarters I'alaee.
358 Needhani, Win res.
451 Wallace, Geo res.
IP OX I
Pure & Fresh Machine-made Poi
In quantities to suit private families or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.,
Cor. Queen and Aliikea sts.
1 O. Box l'A).
Bell Telephone 538.
A SUII'MRXT OV
Fishbrand Oil Clothing
FOR SALR BY
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
FORT STREET !
Store To Let!
Fixtures For Sale !
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
Cor. Vort & Hotel sts.
Honolulu Carriage Co.
- BOTH TBL. No. XV. -
Stand: Corner Fort & Morcuaut Sts.
Hacks can lie had at any hour of the day
up to VI o'clock at night, on terms
to suit the times.
Hacks Nos. 33, 45, G2. 63, G7, 70,73, 97, 196
EDWIN A. JONEB
Hits opened an oillcu for tniUMU'tiug nil
hiiiduiisN In connection with
Trusts, Purchase aud Salo oi Bonds,
Stock and Roal Estate,
Aud Ik prepuri.il to Audit Account'.
Oillcu: No, VI Meruhiuit ntnttt, nllltn lulol)
occupied b) tliu latu Joiui. Auxtlli.
1', O, Box M.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Oumnaixis' Blook, Fort Street.
M. & D. Wrought
Don't neglect your colds
when you can get a year's protec
tion for 50 cents. Don't endure
catarrh when you can cure it
easily and pleasantly for half a
From Senior Surgeon to
tho Contral Loudon Throat & Ear
IlnStiltjll Ivindnn Cm ..T..1...1. .,
Menthol checks in a manner hardly
ess than marvelous acute colds In
Menthol Inhaler to tho extent ot
hundreds i r iinnmu."
T. D. van Dan, IComti
hiH. N. Y.: "Tho Menthol Inhaler
Is tho gnnlcst remedy for clearing
tho head ot u cold that I ever saw."
Norton A". Smith, Pern,
Ohio: "Havo been troubled with
catarrh for ninny years, but never
found nnvtlilnt; thnt enninn nllef
untll I bought our Mentholluhalor.
11 woms into a ciinrm."
I Its neat, clean, pleasant to
use, convenient to carrv. costs
50 cents and lasts a year. Atrial would
Beware ot counterfeits.
H. D. CUSIIHAK,
Three Rler8, Michigan.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, HL I.
BUILDERS HARDWARE GENERAL
Always up fo tho times in Quulilv, Styles and Prices.
A full Assortment to .Suit tho Various Demand.
STEEL PLOWS, 'i&tfi I$? Wmk
Cultivator's Cane Knives,
IB. IE EHLERS Sc GO.
S3 PORT STRE1E1T.
A1TRR TAKING STOCK ALL KIXIW OF
Curtains iu White, Cream aud Colored
At half tho former cost.
"Velvet & Smyrna IR.-u.gs
Iu all sizes greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
Uf III fact wo oiler Immense
13T Drossmaklng Under the Management oi MISS K. CLARK. .53
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a ni' Tin:
Leading Journals In tbo Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Kolomna,"
Has tho Uirgest Circulation on tho Islands
Is the l!t't .Medium fur
M11. 'I now. K. XtTiMMia will rice! vault
nihcrticuicntH and train-act all Inisiuess
OriU'P: "llri'niii Block." rnriiir
Nuuami anil (Jiu-uii street (upstairs),
I riltbT.CI.AhS 1WMILY II.VTlMXn
IV iliwurt at WalMUI. Truiuuir pa
j lliu wttu. HMti n iirriiugtiuicnU can bo
iiitti u lor l'aiiilly I'loiiliw uud KuiihiK
BatliliiK I'urtliwi. oj&ti "
hllOVKLS, FORKS, MATIOCKS, KIT.
Blacksmiths' and Machinists' Tools,
TAl'S and DIRS. TWIM' DRILLS.
1'AINT.S and OILS, lSIU'SHKS, GLASS,
ASBRSTOS 1 1 A I IE I-'RLT and 1'RLT MIXTURR.
Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
OILS In Quality and
MET- It is not possible to list everything we have. If there is
an thing ou want, come and ask for It, von will ho pulitelv
treated. u trouble to show goods.
Bargains iu all Departments.
Can he found, as usual, at his residence,
Alakea street, next to British Club, or by
message at C. R. Williams' store, Rort
tr All work Kuaranteed and visited a
Mcoud time. Prompt attention to all
orders, Tuned the I'luiio for concert o(
Mitsln, tho celebrated violinist. tWHiu
For Local Xews
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