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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER. OCTOBER 1. 1802.
a.m. a.m. r.M. r.M.
tiuavo Honolulu.. .0:ir 8:15 1:45 4:35f
Arrivo Honoullul!.7:20 0:57 2:57 5:35t
LeavoHonoullull..7:30 10:43 3:43 Gt-l'Jt
Arrive Honolulu .8:35 11:55 4:55 U:50t
Pmni. Oity Local.
Leave Honolulu 6:105 ....
Arrivo Pearl City.. f 5:488 ....
I.eavo Pearl Olty..0:55
Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays oxccptcil. f Saturdays only.
5 Saturdays excepted.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
nv c. J. LYONS.
n.m. a.m. 11.111. a.m.
Moil. 6 BSJ M 2 0 130 BSItS 51 11 13
Tuna. 7 0 25 7 35 2 35 2 30 0 35 0 51 ....
V!ca. 8 11 0 ft 15 3 0 3 40 0 33 A till O 5
Tliui'8. 11 50 1H 0 3 55 6 1(1 0 31 fi 55 O 5(1
111. 10 ....112 0 4 30 7 O 0 31 5 55 150
Hat. 11 1 0i 1 30 5 40 R 30 0 33 5 50 2 44
Sun. )2 1 25 1 45 tl 10 U 20 0 31 6 fid 3 40
Lust Quni tcr of tho Moon on the 8th at Mil.
Timo Whistle blnus at Hi. 28m. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is tho same us Uli. 0m.
0s. p.m. of Circonulcli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, FEB. 11, 1893.
Batvbday, Feb. 11.
Br 4-mastod schr Tacora, Thorton, 127 days
Btmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Mokolii from Molokai
Stmr O H Bishop from Lahaina
Stmr Kaala from Laliaina
Stmr Waimanalo from Maui and Molokai
Stmr Iwalani from ICauai
Sehr Mary K Foster from ICauai
Brit bk Scottish Wizard, for San Francisco
Btmr Pelo for Makaweli
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr O II Bishop for Kuhuku
Stmt Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr Kaala for Waianae
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per stmr Kinau 0S04 bags sugar, 324 bags
spuds, 01 bag: corn, 41 pigs, 25 bx fowls,
5 bales wool, 1 broken roller, 83 bdls
hides, and 185 pkgs snndries.
Stmr O It Hisliop 31U0 bags sugar.
Stmr Iwalani 5151 bags sugar, 3 bbls tal
low, 1 horno, and 32 pkgs sundries.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Feb. 11: L, Cumberbach, O Mullcr, Jus H
Jennings, C Stoeckle, SKmura, WB Jones,
It A Lyman, S Manuka, D K Kahaulelio,
J S Low, Arch Kaaua, Qoo S Bond, David
Kekuewa. Jas Kenton, It Hall, O J Falk,
Bro Botrani, and 113 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Feb 11:
Mrs M Brown, Mrs Capt Mist, Jas Cowan,
Mr WS.ters, WBorghrcvinck, Thos Lille,
and 2 decks.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H B M S Garnet, from Alcapulco, now duo
UBS Hanger, from San Francisco
TJ S 8 Adams, from San Francisco
UBS Alliance, from Samoa, now due
Am 4-masted schr Lyman D Foster, Drvur.
from Newcastle, N 8 W
Am 4-masted schr Puritan, Warner, from
Am bk O D Bryant, Jacobson, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10th
Am bktno 8 G Wilder, GriMths, from San
Francisco, duo Feb Cth
Am 4-mstd sehr Alice Cooke, Penhallow.
from Newcastle, NSW
Am 4-nistd schr Puritan, from Nowcastle,
Hawbk Lady Lampson from Newcastle,
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N 8 W
The British bark Scottish Wizard was
towed to sea this afternoon for Ban Fran
cisco with a full load of cargo.
The British four-masted topsail schooner
Tacora, J.H.W. Thorton.arrived this morn
ing and anchored in the stream, 127 days
from Liverpool, consigned to T. H. Davies
& Co. Left Liverpool on Oct. Cth and
made a good run out the channel. En
countered light contary winds and calms
throughout the voyage. The highest run
made 202 miles, two days out. Cross equa
tor on Nov. 7th. She was twelvo clays
from 50 dog. S. Atlantic to 50 deg. S. Paci
lie with head winds tho whole time. Cross
ed tho meridian of Capo Horn on Dec. 13,
and signaled two largo lino vessels, but loft
them behind, crossed the equator in the
Pucilio on Jan. 22d. On tho voyage the
.Tacora experienced rougli weather in the
Straits and was compelled to go back.
Arrived Jan. 31st, brig Lurline, Capt
Chas Matson, 17 days from Ban Francisco.
I'ull cargo general merchandise. Feb nth,
4-masted schooner It W Bartlott, Capt
Olaen, 17 days from San Francisco. Small
'I lie schooner Llhollho left yesterday for
Makawull with tons of coal.
S5ABLAN In this city, Feb. lltli, to tho
wife of B. P. Zablun, a daughter.
To tho Patrons of tho California
Our Manager, T. J. King, goos to
tho Coast on tho Monowai Fohruary
W, 18i)3, on IniBinoss for tho firm. Wo
hope that partios owing its will
mako it convoniont to sottlo up thoir
accounts on or hoforo tho abovo
A halo old man, Mr. Jos. Wilfion,
of AUohh Springs, 111., who is ovor
W) yoara of ngo, myn: "1 hovo in my
timo triod a uroat many nicdicinos,
Homo of oxcollont quality; but uovor
boforo did 1 find any that would bo
coinplotoly do all that is claimed for
il. an Chamborlam'H Colic, Choloro
and Diarrlm'a Kumudy, It i truly
a wonderful modioint)' For Halo by
all dealorn. ISoiihoii, Smith & Co.,
Agonta for tho Hawaiian InlamlM,
LOOAIi AND CrENERAI. NEWS.
Diamond Hoad, 12 m. Woathor
cloudy, wind f rosh oast.
Tho famous Opium Licoriso Act
appears by authority in this issue.
Thoro is a band of cloven musi
cians on board tho U. S. Flagship
Tho steamer Kinau brought 9861
bags sugar. Hor delay was causod
by taking in sugar.
Hollistor & Co. Imvo tho monthol
inhaler a vory valuablo hoaling
agent for only 25 nnd 50 conts.
It is reported that another case of
smallpox has rokon out at tho
quarantino station. This will bo tho
A lot of interesting miscellany is
to bo found in tho Hawaiian Hard
ware Co.'s column. Tako it all in if
you would bo happy.
Tho British bark Scottish Wizard
dipped hor colors as sho passed tho
U. S. S. and Japaneso warships this
afternoon, going out.
Deputy Marshal Chillingworth
did not return by tho Kinau to-day
as oxpootod. with a proininont resi
dent of Kohala as prisoner.
Leigh Lynch, World's Fair Com
missioner General, has tolographod
tb Mrs. Mary Ailau that spaco has
boon reserved for a Hawaiian grass
houso at the Fair.
Tho S. S. Claudiuo, which arrived
yesterday, avoragod ovor olovon
knots an hour on tho voyago to San
Francisco and return. She was 8J
days going up and 8J days in re
turning. Tho U. S. Flagship Mohican and
cruiser Boston and tho Japanoso
warship Kon-go aro decorated with
bunting to-day in honor of the Em
peror of Japan's birthday. A sahito
was fired at noon.
An oldorly native was brought to
town by tho steamer Kinau to-day.
Ho was convicted at Hilo of larcony
in tho third degree and, having
shown signs of insanity, was com
mitted to imprisonment in Hono
lulu. Tho Pacific football toam will
hold thoir regular practice at Ma
kiki this afternoon. An exciting
game is promised between the Pinta
il ou and the Pacific football teams
this day week on tho now baseball
Roar-Admiral Skorret, accompani
ed by Captain Geo. C. Wiltso of the
U. S. S. Boston and sovoral other of
ficers, was received by President
Dole yesterday afternoon, Consul
General Soveranco making tho pre
sentation. A loam from tho Punahou Pro
parator3' and tho Unknowns, com
posed of town boys, played an excit
ing gamo of football at tho baseball
grounds this morning. Tho Puna
hou toam was dofoated after a sharp
The lato mombors of tho Hawaiian
Band sent an order through the
Golden Rule Bazaar yesterday on
the Monowai to San Francisco for
thirty-nino of tho finest Belgian in
struments. They are expected to
arrive on tho next through steamer.
L. J. Lovey will soil tho effects of
tho lato Goo. H. Chase at auction
on Tuesday next at 10 a. m., by di
rection of United States Consul
General Severance. Tho lot com
prises articles of great rarity and
value, as will bo seen by roforonco to
tho advertised list.
Goo. K. Norton, having gone to
tho Queen's Hospital in a weak
state, resigned his position as fore
man of Hook and Ladder Co., H. F.
D. At a special meeting last night
Henry Kaia was elected as foreman.
S. K. Aid was at tho same timo elec
ted acting assistant during tho ab
sence of D. Kawana'nakoa at Wasli
ington. CUE AND BALL.
Howe Defeats Keohokalolo for the
Tho Brunswick Billiard Parlors
wore crowded yostorday evening, tho
attraction being tho billiard match
between A, W. Howe and Morris
Keohokalolo for tho championship
of Honolulu and tho Brunswick tro
phy. Tho contest commenced short
ly after 8 o'clock. Keohokalolo hav
ing tho first shot. Both men showed
nervous dispositions throughout tho
match, many an easy shot being
A. W. Howo made tho highest
run 01 points, Koohokalolo's high
est being 22 points. Tho gamo was
for 800 points. Howo scored a run
out while his opponent stood on tho
Tho friends of tho players wore
vory much disappointed at tho poor
plays made, as a crack gamo was ex
pected. Thoy aro known as good
players and some timo ngo in a friend
ly gamo thoy made some phenomenal
runs. Howo, in dofenting his oppo
nent, secures tho championship and
tho trophy. Anyone wishing to
contest tho title will have to chal
lenge him within n week, Harry
Saylor acted as referee and W. Lucas
and George Ross actod as scorers.
Arthur White, manager of tho par
lors, is congratulated on Unsuccess
ful way he brought about the match.
Mail Carrier Killed.
A privato letter from Molokai
states that on Tuesday, Fob. llth,
it rained steadily for 12 hours, and
that soiiiotiino between noon and
midnight tho mail carrier, while de
scending (lie pnli, lost his life, It is
supposed thar his horse slipped and
rolled ovor the pali. His liody was
found next day, tho horse standing
beside it with the mail still on bin
back. This man had been carrying
tho mail over tho pali about ton
yours, making two or throe trips a
Mechanics' Homo, Ml and 01 Hotel
Htroet. Lodging by day, week or
month 25u, and fOo, a nluht: $1
I and $1.2T a wouk,
Gonoral Willoy Tolls How tho Finan
ciers Wrockod tho Crown.
I had occasion to visit tho Sand
wich Islands at tho samo timo 3'our
roprosontalivo, T. T. Williams, was
thoro for tho purposo of looking into
tho affairs of that Government with
a view to discovering whether tho
sentiment of tho pooplo wns favor
ablo to anuoxation or not. My in
vestigations independent of thoso of
Mr. Williams cnusod mo to reach tho
conclusion that Quoon Liliuokalaui
was coinplotoly undor tho inlluonco
of tho controllers of financo of .Ho
nolulu. Furthor investigation de
monstrated that this was a fact, and
it appears to have been brought
about in this way, apparently by do
sign. It appears that tho affairs of
gpvorumont -woro proceeding vory
smoothly nnd vory littlo trouble was
anticipated after tho country had
rocovorod from tho shock causod by
tho doath of King Knlakaua.
Those financiers to whom I rofor
woro tho originators and promoters
of tho organization in Honolulu of
what is known as tho Postal Savings
Bank, an institution which was form
ed for tho purposo of gotting to
gether tho savings of tho native
population in a Government institu
tion, tho money to bo invested in
Eublic improvomduts. It cau readily
o soon that lack of experience in
such mattors would cause tho con
trollers of such an ontorpriso to in
vest this monoy about as rapidly as
it camo in. This offered a splendid
opportunity for thoso financiers to
obtain control of tho administration
of tho affairs of government. As I
am informed, after having protected
themselves by a withdrawal of such
capital as they mny have doposited
in tho institution, thoj quiotty sug
gested to small depositors tho pro
priety of looking into tho affairs of
tho bank. Investigation soon de
veloped tho fact that tho funds wore
paid out for public improvements
about as rapidly as thoy woro paid
in. Thereupon all tho depositors
were clamorous for tho restitution
of thoir money, which, not being ob
tainable, dostroj'ed tho credit of tho
Government with tho people
The Queen was greatly distressed
because of hor inability to obtaiu
funds wherewith to pajr her house
hold troops, tho police and other
expenses. This created tho goldon
opportunity that tho financiers re
ferred to had boon sooking. Tho
Queen was reduced to the necessity
of obtaining inoiioj' from thorn or
not at all, and the price of tho pro
curement of this capital was tho
surrender of tho control of tho gov
ornmont to tho financiers through
tho medium of tho ministry to bo
named by thorn. Tho seleotiou of
this ministry appears to have
brought about tho most amicable
relations between tho Queen and tho
money-lendors, and whou I loft thero
it was with tho impression that thoro
would bo no furthor trouble. Had
tho Queen been content to submit
to this control thoro would bavo been
no crisis. It appears, however, that
being desirous of freeing herself
from the control which was so dis
agroeablo and oppressive, sho was
willing to encourage tho lottery bill
and tho bill licensing the sale of
opium. Tho revenues resulting would
have paid the interest upon tho bond
ed indebtedness of hor government,
and a largo proportion of tho other
oxpenses of tho government, leaving
tho revenue from customs, water
works and so on as a fund which
could have been utilized to pay tho
interest on tho now issue of bonds, if
such were doomed necessary, but
which could have boon usod for in
ternal improvements of considerable
magnitude. Perceiving that tho
Quoon would secure complete eman
cipation from thoir control tho fi
nanciers, it is my opinion, have taken
advantage of hor hesitancy and
brought about tho prosent state of
affairs. So long as control of tho
affairs of government seemed to bo
to tho advantage of theso persons
thoy woro tho most enthusiastic and
humblo subjects of tho Queon. The
moment U103' discovered thoro was a
likolihood of tho power passing
from thoir bauds tho3' wore road3' to
wreck tho ship rat hor than lose tho
power. It is highl3r improbable that
tho Queon would look with favor
upon such measures as tho lottery
and opium bills did sho not boliovo
them to bo tho 011I3 means wheroby
sho could secure speedy reliof from
tho oppression sho was under from
tho financiers. San Francisco Ex-
State of Public Fooling in tho British
Tho uows of tho hoisting of tho
American Hag ovor tho Government
building was received hero without
surprise. In fact, nothing in that
way, after what has gone before, will
cause us any astonishment. That
the Council should mako such a re
quest to a foreign power we take to
bo a deplorable sign of weakness on
tho part of tho Provisional Govern
ment, which was understood to be
so overwhelmingly popular as to bo
at least able to tako caro of itholf.
Tho quiot demeanor of tho natives
undor such extreme provocation can
not bo too highly commended. Undoubted-
thoy belioM) that tho
groat powers will seo jiibtico done
Privato infoimnlion received from
reliable soinces as to soriouH differ
ences of opinion existing in tho
Council tends to strengthen tho
misgivings felt by so many that
things are not altogether what thoy
Tho poniBal of tho Gaotto's "Ko
hala Letter" last week caused much
amusement hero, Perhaps its eorre
hpondont will bo surprised to hear
that six of tho seven plantations in
tho district aro British, Had ho re
sided in Kohala any time ho would
have become accustomed to tho
sight of tho British Hag, which
seems lately to have disagreed with
him. Much 1 letter stick to Kohala
Seminary and Chinese Sunday school
gosHip not iieai ly mi likely to run
oir the rails.
Many enquiries have been hoard
lately us to tint relative iitiiuber of
tho principol foreign rosidouts in
tho islands. For tho bonofit of thoso
who do not possoss a "Thrum," per
haps you would givo thorn horo, as
por census of 1890: Americans 1928,
voters 637; British 15)11, voters 505;
Gorman 1031, votors 382.
Wo woro glad to hear by last mail
that our young friend, Master Frank
Atkins, son of our esteemed police
Inngistrato, hod successfully boruo
arms in tho intorests of law and
order, without personal injury to
himself or oihors. Wo trust that by
tho timo his school holida3's como
round again tho Provisional Govern
ment will bo in n position to dis
ponso with his sorvicos, so that wo
ma3 wolcomo tho bright littlo follow
Tho proposed mooting to discuss
tho present stato of affairs has boon
indefinitely postponed in deforouco
to tho wishes of 0110 or two rnthor
nervous, but ofchorwiso ostimablo
porsons, who feared that an open
discussion would unduly oxcito tho
It is rumored that some of tho
loading nativos horo aro about to
start a petition to bo forwardod to
Washington in tho intorests of Ha
Mr. Chillingworth is up horo pour
ing oil on tho troubled waters.
Tho Union Mill has shut down
with a broken shaft and will not
start up again until after tho arrival
of tho Kinau next wook.
Upwards of two inches of rain has
fallen during tho last two days
more to como apparently. Light
Kona winds blowing.
st. Andrew's cathedral.
Quinquagosima Sunday: 6:30 a.m.,
H0I3 Communion; 11 a.m., Morning
Prayor and sormon, Hymns 191, 193,
195; 7:30 p.m., Evening Pra3-or and
sormon, Hymns 197, 228, 38.
Noxt Wednesday is Ash Wednes
day. SECOND CONOnEOATION.
Tho services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral,
to-morrow, Quiuquagosima Sunday,
will bo as follows: 9:15 a.m., Morn
ing Prayor with sormon. Vonito,
Maunder in B flat. To Doum, Dud
ley Buck in B minor. Benedictus,
Chipp in E. Hymns 189 and 193.
Anthem, ''Turn thy faco from thy
sins," by Sir A. Sullivan. 6:30 p.m.,
Evensong with sormon. Magnificat,
Elvoy in E flat. Nunc Dimittis,
Gilbert in E. Hymns 262 and 18.
Anthem, "Lift thine oyos to the
Mountains," by Mondolssohn; Row
Alox. Mackintosh, pastor. All aro
cordialh- invited to thoso sorvicos.
Sunday Services 6 and 7 a.m.,
Low Massos. English sormon at
tho 7 a. 111. Mass, ovor3 Sunda3'
during tho whole 3"oar. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sormon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Rosary and Catechism, d p.m., in
wintor season (November to Febru
ary), 4:30 p. m. in summer season
(February to November), Benedic
tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Services'-1 and 7 a. in.,
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
Tho evening discourse will be tho
sixth in tho series on "What wo owe
to Christianity." Subject, "Christ
ianity and Human Rights." Tho
Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor meets in tho rear Lecture
Room at 6:30 p.m. All aro cordi
Tho Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints. Mili-
lani Hall, rear of Opera Houso. Sor
vicos will bo hold Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Bible class; 11:15 a. m. and
7:30 p. in., preaching, whon Eldor J.
C. Clapp will discourse on "Tho
Judgment." All aro cordially in
vited. SEVENTH DAY AI1VENTISTS.
Seventh Day Advontist Church,
corner Punchbowl and Borotanin
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Biblo reading
every Sunday evening. Evo'ono
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted by tho Y. M. C. A. in Bothol
hall on Satunhy and Sunda3' at 7:!M)
y. m. c. A. HALL.
Evangelistic sorvicos in tho Y. M.
C. A. hall. 6:30 to 7:15 p. u.
Root Beor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co,, Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smit h A; Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 682.
Mr. C. F. Davis, editor of tho
Bloomfiold, Iowa, Farmer, stys: I
can recommend Chamborlaiu'sCough
Remedy to all sufferers with colds
and croup. 1 have used it in my
family for tho past two 3'oars and
have found it tho host I ovor used
for tho purpose for which it is in
tended. 50 cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith and Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
The Daily Bulletin is delivered by
carriers for f0 cent ve.r month.
I3 OI I
Pure & Fresh Machine-made Poi
In ipmiitltli'H in mill privato ftimillrs or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.,
Cor. (Jmi'ii unit A 1 11 Kin kh.
W. V, WU.HU.N,
iff V. , llni lim, MituuKKr.
Soil TelopUono B3Q.
" We are six in fam
A Farmer at ily. We live in a
cHm ttwor place where we are
Edom, Texas. ubjcct tQ violent
Says: Colds and Lung
A Troubles. I have
used German Syrup for six years
successfully for Sore Throat, Cough,
Cold, Hoarseness, Pains in the
Chest and Lungs, and spitting-up
of Blood. I have tried many differ
ent kinds of cough Syrups in tny
time, but let me say to anyone want
ing such a medicine German Syrup
is the best. That has been my ex
perience. If you use it once, you
will go back to it whenever you
need it. It gives total relief andia
a quick cure. My advice to every
one suffering with Lung Troublesia
Try it. You will soon be con
vinced. In all the families "vherc
your German Syrup
is used we have no John
trouble with the nvi,
Lungs at all. It is Frank"n
the medicine fortius t
G. G. GREEN. Sole Man'fnWoodbury.NJ.
rpHE KEGUIi.VR QUAKTKUIA' MEET
X hip of the Union Feed Co., (L'd), will
bo hold at tho Company's Ulllco, liucen
street, on TUESDAY, tho 14th Inst., at
U o'clock A. M.
F. It. VII1A.
lllT-Jlt Secretary U. F. Co., (I,'d).
A WOMAN WHO UXDEltSTAXDS
tho caro of Children to take u triii
to San Francisco. Annly to
HAWAIIAN UK Ell
Altttnu (1n. lin un,. nt ,,. 1-
liiit., rw.t, tlwi l.i tmilin ... ill,,. Uitlimilj
uv..,.u. b..v .v.. .,. Mi ..,., U(... uii.l.lUI-, HAMM
linn inc .Mitsouiu lunmie any uav.
Apply to E. 11. THOMAS
C1 A. YAHICK IS NO l.ONUER AU-
thorized to solicit orders or collect
money for our house from and after thN
MAOFARI.ANE & CO., (I.'i.).
Honolulu, Jan. 20, lb'JS. Oi'J-tf
ESTATE OF WO HOP, HONOLULU.
Wo Hop having made an assignment
to me lor tho benetit of his creditors, all
persons having claims against said Eitate
aro requested to send them to me, at my
otllco in Honolulu, duly verified, within
one w eck from date.
L. B. KEKK.
Honolulu, Jan. 31, IbiU. U38-lv
A 12 GAUGE I,. C.
Shotgun in Al order with
uascs aim cleaning im
plements, all complete;
also, 200 Squire's Hand-lc
For particulars, inuuire of
W. M. CUNNINGHAM,
PINEAPPLE PLANTS !
For S. S. "MONOWAI"
Ripley Queen Pineapples Plants
- FOR HALE UY
Lewis J". Levey,
Cor. Fort it Queen sts.
W. T. MONSARRAT,
Veterinary -:- Surgeon.
Government Veterinary Surgeon. Inspector
of Stock, 1'ort of Honolulu.
Excellent Accommodation for Patients. No
Risk in Throwing Horses.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
tM Orders for Plantation and Ranch
Stock will receive prompt attention.
Mutual 183 TELEPHONES Bell 96.
Tho following choice hit of word painting
occurs in Hawthorne's Marlilc Faun:
" Women liu they of what earthly rank
thoy may, however gifted with intellect or
genius, or endowed w itli awful beauty, liavo
always Mime little handiwork ready to fill
tho tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
needle is familiar to tho lingers of tlicni all.
A queen, no doubt, plies it on occasion; tho
woman poet can uso it uh adroitly as her
lien: the woman's iivo, that has discovered
a new star, turns from its glory to send tho
polished littlo Instrument gleaming along
tho hem of her kerchief, or to darn a casual
fray in her dress. And thoy liavo greatly
the advantage of us in this respect. The
slender thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united witli tho small, familiar, gentle in
terests of life, the continually operating in
llueiU'cs of which do so much for the health
of tho character, and carry oil' what would
otherwise ho a dangerous accumulation of
morbid sensibility. A vast deal of human
sympathy runs along this elecirio lino,
stretching from tho throne to tho wicker
chair of tho humblest seamstress, and
keeping high and low in n species of com
munion with their kindred beings,"
Housewives, while you ply the needle,
have ou over relief ted on tho vicissitudes
of life? Sco to it that your husbands pro
vide for the future welfare of their families
by at ouee applving for a 1'oliov in the
EQUITAIII.l. LIFi: AH8URAN0K SO
CIETY of tho United States. No more
suitable gift could be ollered to you.
BRUCE & A. J. OARTWniGUT,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Ecultahhi Life Assurance Society of the
A I'lllBT.f'IiABS FAMILY IIATllINO
IV Retort at Walklki, Tra incurs puss
the gate. Special arruiigomuitU can ho
made fur l'umily l'lnilu nnd Evening
llutlilng 1'arties. MA-ll
Unity Hulktln, 60 cent a month,
Catarrh, Hay Fever, Asthma
Head uoids, sore Throat,
Is endorsed bv eminent Dhvsi-
cians, leading medical works
and thousands of grateful users.
It contains nothintr but crystals
of pure menthol ; is neat, clean,
convenient to carry, pleasant to
use; costs 50 cents and lasts
one year. It is guaranteed to
give satisfaction in one week's
honest trial or money refunded.
Headache and Facial Neuralgia
yield like magic to the soothing
and antiseptic properties of in
haled Menthol, and once used it
becomes an inseparable Docket-
piece. A trial will convince you.
11. n. cuniminii,
Tlirce Rivera, Bllctl.
CD8Iiman's Mf..stiioi, IIai.m Isnpcrfcct antl
Bcptlc ointment. It cures where others fall
nnd In all coses 1r quicker to relieve pain and
Inflammation. Try It for Wonnds, Chilblains.
Piles, Chapped Hands, Salt Rheum and all
skin diseases. 25 cents per box.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' 33loolc, Fort Street.
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
SELLING OFF !
Commencing January 3, 1893.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
At Greatly Reduced Prices FOR CASH !
All Prices Marked in Plain Pignres !
SKjS1 Tho opportunity is now ofToruri to nlirnin ninfi,;,,
to Order pori'oft lit unrantoi'd and made oi' High Grade
Goods at Lower Prices than has ever been offered in this
IB. :f eh:lek,s &c CO.
83 FORT STR.BJEJT.
Al-TKK TAKINd STOCK AM. KINDS OP
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half the former coi-l.
"Velvet cSg Smyrna iR.-u.gs
In all hUc jjuMuiy rviltu't'il
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost !
MT-In facl we tiller liuincno ItiircaliK in all llemrtmciit. -Sl
eiT DrMwukiufl Under Ilia Maiugomout o! MI88 I. CURE. Jt
Hon.olu.lTa, H. I.
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