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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 1802.
Loavo Honolulu. ..0:16
Arrive Honolulu .8!35
a.m. r.M. r.M.
8:45 1:45 4:35f
0:57 2:57 5:S5t
10:43 3:43 5:42t
11:55 4:55 0:50t
1'eaiu. City Local.
Leave Honolulu 5:10$ ....
Arrive Pearl City 5:48$ ....
Loavo Voarl Oity..U:55
Arrive Honolulu. 7 :30
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
S Saturdays oxcoptcd.
Tides, Bun and Moon.
I1Y C. J. LYONS.
I a' a! fc ? I
DAI. n E tr B g 3i B j W to m
a.m. p.m. p.m. a.m.
Mon. is a so 2 so 7 no io o n m s 57 t 35
Tuca. 14 2 60 3 15 8 40 111 10 6 31 S 57 8 25
Wed. 15 3 20 3 40 8 20 10 15 0 30 5 581 0 0
I a.m.'n.m. 6 59 Sots
Tlmrs. 10 4 0' 4 15 10 15 10 0 O 30 5 59 6 23
Kri. 17 4 15 5 0 10 30.11 0 G 29 7 25
Kilt. 18 5 0,5 4011 0 .... 0 20 G 0 8 22
a.m. 0 0
Bun. 19 0 5 0 50 11 30i U 20 G 28 19 21
New Moon on tho ICth lit 5b. 15m. turn.
Tlmo Whlstlo blows at 111. 28m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is tho samo us 12h, 0m.
Os. p.m. of Oroonwlch tlmo.
THE DAILT BULLETIN.
MONDAY, FEB. 13, 1893.
Sunday, Feb. 12.
H B M S Garnet, 30 days from Acapulco
StmrMikahalu from Kauai
Stmr Llkelike from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr James Mnkee from Kauai
Stmr Kilauca Hon from Hawaii
Stmr Waialeale from Hamakua
Schr Kulamana from Waipio and Pohoiki
Schr Kob Koy from Ewa
Schr Mahimnhi from Waianao
Monday, Feb. 13.
Stmr C 11 Bishop for Waianao, Waialua,
Kaliukn and l'nnaluu
Stmt Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, Waialua, Moku-
lcia, Kahnku and I'unaluu.
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Waiinunalo for Molokai and Maui
Stmr James Makcu for Hanalei and Hana-
maulu at 4 i m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai
Stmr Llkelike for Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr Kilauea Hou for Nua and Olowaln,
at 4 p m
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Llkollke 3135 bags sugar. 200 bags
potatoes and 138 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Mikahala 1805 bags sugar, 18 bags
rice, 32 bags pia, 27 hides, 1 horse and
50 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Kilauea Hou 1000 bags sugar.
Stmr Mokolii 18 head cattle, 100 sheep.
Stmr Waialeale 3G00 bags sugar.
Stmr J A Cummins 1350 bags sugar.
Stmr Jas Makee 2C01 bags sugur.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Feb 12
G N Wilcox, Charles Christian, A Stuhl
mann, MaxSchlemmer, Yee Ki, Mr Franca
and 39 deck.
From Maui, per stmr Likelike, Feb 12
S F Chlllingworth, E II Bailey, W H
Comwoll, Miss Helen Wilder, A Wilder, E
R Hendry, Mrs Helekunihi, Mr White and
Vessels in Port.
USPS Mohican from San Francisco
U S S Boston, Wlltse, from Hilo
H I J M S Kon-co, Tashiro, from San
H B M S Garnet from Alcapulco
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran,
Bktno Hilo, Ballistor, from Newcastle,
How bk Leahi, Nolson, from San Fran
cisco, 4-mastcd schooner Carrier Dove from Na
naimo Am ship Eclipse, Peterson, from Nanaimo
Gor bk H Hackfeld, Hllgerloh, from Liver
pool. Br 4-mastcd hchr Tacora, Thorton, from
Am schr Win F Wltzomann, Johnsom,
Foreign Vossols Expected.
U 8 S Hanger, from San Francisco
USB Adams, from San Francisco
V 8 S Alliance, from Samoa, now due
Am 4-masted schr Lyman D Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-masted schr Puritan, Warner, from
Newcastle. N S W
Am bk 0 I) Bryant. .Tauobson, from San
Francisco, duo Fob 10th
Am bktne S G Wilder, Urltllths, from San
Francisco, due Feb Uth
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Ponhullow,
from Noweasllo, N S W
Am4-tnstd sohr Puritan, from Newcastle,
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
duo May 23
Br ship Honolulu from Nowcastlo, N S W
Arrlvod Fob. 1 steamer Kinau from
Honolulu; H, steamer Waialeale from Ka
waihac, steamer Loeuu from Honolulu; 10,
steamer Kinau from Hilo.
Sailed Fob. 4, steamer Kinau for Hilo
mid way ports; 7, American schooner John
G, North. Carlson master, for Ban Fran
cisco. Shippers: Hulawa Plantation, 3312
bugs sugar: T. II, Duvles it Co., 7iW bags
sugar; 0. J. Full:, 107 bbls tuolasi-es. Total
10,301 bags, 1,110,011 lbs, sugur, and 3000
gallons molasses; value f 32,0.45, B.stciiin
or Waialeale for Humukua, steamer U'liuu
for Kukaluu; 10, steamer Kinau for Hono
NUNKB-FEUNANDKB-Iii this city, Feb.
12, IblU, lu the L'uthollu t'utliedrul, by
lluv. Father Clement, Mr, John Nuiich
uiui Miss Julia Kurnanilus. No curds.
CO cen la a month,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Dinnn forgot tho Scottish Thistlo
Club's Buppor to-night at 7:30 o'clock
A Government lot at Kalnaopa
lona, Kalihi, will bo sold at auction
S. E. Kaloikau has boon appointed
a notary public for tho Second Judi
Tho now band gavo its second
public concort at Emma Square on
Diamond Head. "Weather cloar.
wind frosh northeast; 3-masteu
schoonor off Koko Head.
Jas. F. Morgan will soil an invoice
of fino wines and liquors, at his
salesroom, to-morrow at 10 o'clock.
Camp Boston is
tion from tho bluejackets. Tho fonco
gatos have- boon painted not
One caso of drutikennoss consti
tuted tho polico criminal calendar
between Saturday and Monday
Tho S. S. Miiki Marti is advortisod
by tho agonts, W. G. Irwin & Co., to
loavo for Yokohama 011 Monday,
A chance to got a nearly now
Columbia bicyclo cheap is offered by
H. Giles at tho Pacific Hardware
Tho regular quarterly meeting of
tho Union Food Co. L'd, will bo
hold to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock,
at their oflico.
Tho wharves along tho city front
wore crowded yesterday ovoniug and
to-day. Tho attraction is tho British
The throe-masted schoonor Tho
Queon, was telephoned off port this
afternoon. It is not yet known
where she is from.
U. S. Minister Resident John Law
renco Stevens visited tho U. S. Flag
ship Mohican this morning, receiv
ing tho usual salute on leaving.
Information is wanted of Ralph
Morrow, from Minot Corner, Maine,
who loft home seven voars airo. B.
H. Norton advertises his description
Tho stoamor Waialeale, on her
arrival from Hamakua yesterday
afternoon, reported having sighted
a British man-of-war. It turned out
to be H. B. M. S. Garnet.
By ordor of the U. S. Consul-Gon-oral
Severance, Lewis J. Levoy will
soil at public auction tho effects of
tho lato Goo. H. Chaso at his sales
rooms, at 10 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing. The Pacific and Puuahou football
teams will moot on tho now baseball
grounds on Saturday, when an ox
citing game is expected. Football
has become tho craze in the United
Dr. M. L. Minor, veterinary sur
geon, has taken his ollico at tho Ho
tel Stables. Ho comes recommend
ed as a roliablo and thoroughly
qualified practitionor. For office
hours soo card olsowhero.
An adjourned meeting of tho Wo
man's Board of Missions will bo hold
at Central Union Church at 2:30 to
morrow afternoon. Mft. Mary Clo
mont Loavitt will deliver an address
on "Woman's Work in Foreign
A native in attempting to board
a tramcar on Saturday aftornoon
slipped and narrowly escaped having
his leg takon off by tho wheels. Two
men who wore standing on tho side
caught hold of tho man and pulled
Next Wednesday being Ash Wed
nesday, tho first day in Lent, the
second congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral will have a celebration of
Holy Communion at 5:30 o'clock in
the morning, and a short service at
12 o'clock noon.
A good occasion is offered, in tho
now advertisements, to anyono who
may wish to buy a very desirable lot
of land near town, boforo tho now
boom in lauds, predicted by tho Ad
vertiser, gets started. Also a cheap
cottage newly built.
Mrs. Mary Clement Loavitt, Hon
orary Life President of tho Woman's
Christian Tomporanco Union, -will
give a free lecture to men only in
tho Y. M. C. A. Hall next Thursday
night at 7:30. Tho subject will bo
"Tho Conduct of Life."
Jas. It. McGovorn, charged with
smuggling opium, was brought up
in tho District Court this morning
and his caso remanded until Wed
nesday. This is thfi man who was
arrestod on Saturday in connection
with tho Claudino's opium.
Tho "morning lark" has tho news
this morning that tho Mohican "is at
tho Mare Island Navy Yard, and will
not sail for this port without fur
ther orders." Tho Bulletin gave
news of hor arrival horo last Fridiry.
If you don't take tho Bulletin you
A storeoti'po plate story of tho
rescue of the boat's crow of the
wrecked ship W. A. Campbell is now
going tho rounds in tho Statos. It
contains a picluro of tho Hawaiian
iu a canoo discovering tho boat. Tho
canoe, however, is of the North
American Indian niodol.
Many nro asking why the United
States flag is at halfinast everywhere
to-day. For thoir information it
may be stated that it is in connec
tion with thirty-days' official mourn
ing for tho late ox-President Hayes.
The British warship Garnet flies her
flag at half-mast for this hor first
(lay in port out of sympathy with
America h loss.
Judgo Whiting was hearing
vorco cases at lerin on naiuniay.
To-day tho eject niont caso of Marin
Kaunaaua vs. Kealii and other is on
trial by a native jury. Ashford and
Kaliooluino for plaintiff; Magoon
for defendant. Only ono witness
hud been examined up till noon.
LADY LAMPSON LOST.
ONE WOMAN . AND SIX MEN
Twenty-eight Days in an Open
Another Boat with Five Men Still
Shortly boforo noon to-day a tolo
phouo message announced a strange
whaloboat containing ono woman
and six mon off Diamond Head.
Talk immediately became gonoral
as to tho possibility of tho stranger
being the missing boat of tho ship
Wm. A. Campbell lost in October
Tho boat was uudor sail and at
2:45 o'clock ontored tho harbor. Sho
was flying tho Hawaiian flag, and
camo in at tho boat landing. An
immense crowd was thoro to meet
the strange voyagors under tho
Tho mystery was soon solved.
Tho Hawaiian bark Lady Lainpson
had been wrecked on a sunken reef
of Palmyra island 88 days ago, and
this boat had loft tho wreck ton days
This wa3 a common ship's boat '16
foot in length rigged with a mast
and sail. It contained Captain
Peterson, master of tho Lady Lamp
son, and his wife; Charles Brown,
second mate; Frank Nunos, cook; W.
Hanos, C. Evorson and Wm. Carl
sou, soamon of tho ill-fated vessel.
Tho boat showed tho effects of
being buffeted by wind and waves
for a month. A flimsy shelter for
tho shipwrecked people was con
structed around tho sides and over
tho foro part of the boat.
It was a sight to oxcito the sympa
thy of all beholders. Mrs. Peterson
was very much emaciated, although
able to speak, also walk with assist
ance. Sho was helped out of tho
boat and assisted to tho office of tho
Intor-Islaiul Steam Navigation Co.
Queon streot. Capt. Peterson
was scarcely loss reduced and on
feoblod than his wife. Tho rest of
tho eompaivy, although pretty well
tired out, woro fairly strong and iu
jolly spirits, as if tho feel of solid
laud under their foot was enough to
ropay thorn for all tho anxiety for
thoir lives and hardships of thoir
perilous voyago oxporioncod during
those twenty-eight days in a cockle
shell craft. After a short stay for
rest and refreshment at tho office
above named, Capt. and Mrs. Peter
son woro driven to tho Arlington
Tho Lady Lanipsou was sovouty
fivo days out from Sydney, N. S. W.,
to-day, coal-laden. The bark struck
on a sunken roof, near tho Palmyra
islands, without any warning. Tho
bark left Sydney on Dec. 1st, 1892,
with coal for Honolulu.
Half an hour after tho vossol
struck tho reef, tho water pourod
into hor. A largo hole had boon
stove in hor bottom and sho sank
A hurricane was blowing at tho
time and two boats wore lowered and
pushed off from tho vossol. In the
captain's boat woro tho sovon per
sons previously named, and tho
other boat in chargo of tho first
mate contained five men. Tho boats
did not contain any provisions and
it was ton days before they could got
back to tho vessel iu ordor to securo
provisions. Some of tho men climb
ed into the ship and with no littlo
difficulty succeeded in securing pro
visions, which woro stored in tho
boats. Thoro was a compass in each
boat to stoor by and they decided to
head for Hawaii. They parted
company two days after thoy loft
tho wreck. Hilo was sighted
about 15 days ago and the boat
headed for the island. During tho
night tho boat was ovortakon by a
heavy hurricane which drove it
Captain Potorson and his crow
thought that it was to bo their last
night nlivo. They hastily throw
out oil and barrels about tho boat
to steady it, and canvas was also
thrown out around it. Tho Captain
lost all control of the boat and she
was buffeted about by the waves
liko a cork. Once tho frail thing
was nearly swampod, a big wave
having closed over it. Buckets and
tins wore hastily used by all, includ
ing the woman, and the water was
Tho boats lost sight of each other
fifteen days ago. Mate Brown, see
ing that all efl'orts to reach Hilo
would prove futile on account of the
hurrieano, advised the captain to
make for Honolulu. To this the
captain assented and they arrived as
previously roported. There was
plenty of canned stuff, and the men
were allowed a pint of water each
Wlton the boat was hauled along
hide the wharf, Mate Brown sang
out,"Wo'ro all 'right! There' the
Stars and Stripes!" pointing to the
U.S. ships Boston and Mohican.
There is no sign of thu other boat
iib this paper goes to press, a repot t
to tliu contrary unfortunately prov
Palmyra island, on a reef of which
the Lady LniiipHou was wrecked,
situated about duo south of Hono
lulu, and boyond Fannmg's island.
It is in nbout 7 deg. N. Int., and 13
W. long. Tho Lady Lainpson was
owned by Clifford, Monro & Co.,
San Francisco. On hor last voyage
sho was chartered with coal to V.
G. Irwin & Co., and to carry a car
go of sugar houco to San Francisco.
Tho Lady Lainpson was a hardwood
vessel built in Southwick, England,
and is of 259 registered tonnage.
Sho was formerly in the regular
trado botweon horo and San l'ran
cisco in Welch & Co.'s lino. Since
chauging hands sho has boon run
ning botwoon San Francisco and
Sydney, N. S. W., in tho coal trado.
Mr. Fred. Wuu'donborg of this
city is owner of Palmyra island, hav
ing tho deeds and descriptions, etc.,
in his possession.
Tho L.atly Lainpson nau a cargo
of 595 tons of coal for W. G. Irwin
& Co. It was fully insured.
LUMBER TRADE JOURNAL.
Pugot Sound Fir to bo Used in Dr.
Nanson's Polar Ship.
Tho Pugot Sound Lumbornian for
January is tho statistical number.
It contains 70 pages and is plenti
fully illustrated with views of tho
rapidiy growing cities of tho north
ern Pacific Coast, prominent build
ings, notable mon, lumbering scenes,
etc. Full statistics of tho past year's
lumber trado aro given, also roports
of different markets for tho pro
ducts, includiiur ono of tho Hawaiian
Islands by W. E. Simpson, who was
recontly in Honolulu arranging for
tho starting of tho rugot bonnet ana
Hawaiian Traffic Co.'s stoamor lino.
Tho Lumbornian, roforring to the
fact that a cargo of fir was sont dur
ing tho year from Pugot Sound to
Norway to bo used in tho construc
tion of tho ship that Dr. Nanson, tho
explorer, will use to carry him to tho
North Polo, says thoir fir is stronger
than oak, as has been proved by tost,
and is altogether tho best wood that
can bo used iu a ship that comos in
close contact with Arctic icoborgs.
A very largo land turtle is on tho
grounds of Hilo Hotel. It has boon
horo maii3r years, was owned by
Capt. Thos. Spencer and was
brought here from tho- Gallipagos
Islands. It is thought to bo ovor
ono minurcu years olu. Lives on
grass entirely, and is considered a
Thoro is boing made a beautiful
and substantial road to tho entrance
of tho Hotol, as it sots back from tho
streot about 200 feet. There is a
very largo rubber tree in front of
tho Hotol, which is also a curiosity
hero. Tho grounds will look very
beautiful soon, as many plants will
bo planted to adorn tho lawn. If
Capt. Sponeor were to come to look
at his former residence he would
need to be introduced to it, it is so
changed. The Coney House is also
another cheerful-looking Hotel out
side aud inside.
Mr. C. Stoecklo with the wonderful
Edison phonograph loaves by tho
Kinau to-day for Honolulu. All
have enjoyed tho music very much.
Ho is truly a benefactor who comes
and gives us such delight. Whilo
horo ho gotthreo records, two by tho
Hilo band and ono by the Lei Lo
hua vocal club, all of which ever3
body should hear who wish to know
how Hilo is improving in tho music
lino. J. A. M.
Hilo, Fob. Jth.
Pacific Coast Slightly Protected.
Had tho American cruisers under
tho command of Admiral Ghoradi,
now off tho South American coast
bound for New York, boon in San
Francisco Harbor at this moment
two or three of thorn would un
doubtedly hao been despatched to
Hawaii. Tho oniorgoncy which has
arisen illustrates the need of kenuintr
a good naval force within call of
San Francisco instoad of leaving tho
bay almost without a vessel for the
sako of a naval parade. Further
more, whatever bo tho fato of tho
islands as to Government, whether
annexed to the United States, as thoy
should be, or loft to themselves as
an independent republic, two things
should bo oxpedited. Pearl Harbor
should bo adapted for its purpose as
a naval station, and a telegraph
cable under Amoricnu control should
bo laid to the islands. Pearl Harbor
is tho onby coaling station available
except Honolulu. S. F. Call.
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Aftor shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts.
Sunburn relieved nt onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, .Smith Si Co.,
Dr. McLonnnn, ltll Fort streot.
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
Mechanics' Home, ail and 01 Hotol
streot. Lodging by day, week or
month 2fic. and fiUc. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
The Annio Johnson.
The iron bark Annio Johnson, re
cently sold by tho tv. Crawford estate
to Captain Matson, will hereafter
run with tho Ltirlino and Harvester
in the Hawaiian trado. The Annie
Johnson was formerly the British
bark Ada Iredale, and was pieltod
tip, a derelict, in the .South Seas,
taken to Sail Francisco, relit ted and
placed under the American Hag.
Afr. C. J. Lvons. in ehnriru of Wea- '
ther IJureau, has had made a printed ,
i statement of the rainfall for 18112, '
for all stations on the island, it is
for mailing to all observers who have I
; furnished records, and spare copies
Ullll Mil IIUV4 4IU UIU JII1I!J IJIIIVU.
' greatest for the whole group
17I1.D2 inches nl one of the two
i... 1....1 ..i ti... c. ....... n:..,. v
I uninii stations, Hawaii, and
' smallest 15.(10 at Olowaln, Maui
Oaliu the greatest was 127.02 at
I .nfi Ifili ri Viniiiiiti turiri tslu fncnC.
j 4tl!4tti i IliMIIMIf tllllUI ifwiliri irniH-
voir, and the mnnllosl 20 at Waianao.
The Daily Jlulktin U delivered by
U ' mrrlert fur GO awl per month.
H. B. M. S. GARNET.
Arrivos from Acapulco, Moxico,
and Anchors in Naval Bow.
The British screw cruiser Garnet,
iu command of Captain Harry F.
Hughos-Hallelt, was signaled off tho
islands yostorday, but did not enter
port until this morning. Tho Garnet
loft Acantileo on Jan (it h for Hono
lulu, and camo under sail the major
part of the voyago. She called into a
litt lo islandon tho wny,t ho only devia
tion made. Encountered light winds
and calms nearly tho ontiro passage.
Aftor anchoring outsido tho war
ship saluted the Hawaiian flag at 8
o'clock with twonty-oni)guns,nnd five
minutes lator saluted United States
Admiral Skorretl's flag. Tho Mohi
can responded immediately, but tho
shoro battery did not give a return
salute until noon. There was much
comment around town on tho delay,
as tho military authorities woro
awaro of the fact that the Britisher
would saluto at 8 o'clock. As soon
as the Garnet anchored in tho har
bor crowds of oooulo flocked to tho
city front and for a whilo much po
pular intorest was manifested.
The Gamot, which was hero in
January of 18i)0, has not as j'ot re
ceived direct orders and tho length
of hor staj' in port is at prosout in
definite. Unless tho provious pro
gram bo changed, sho will proceed
to Esquimalt, B. C. When tho Gar
not loft tho flagship Warspito, tho
Molnomono and tho Hyaointho woro
anchored iu Acapulco. Tho officers
woro somewhat surprised at tho state
of affairs horo, tho first intimation
thoy had of tho lato revolution bo
Captain Htighes-Hnllott paid a
visit to Admiral Skorrott on tho Mohi
can and lator to Commander Tashiro,
of H. I. J. M. S. Kon-go, aftor ar
rival. The following is a list of the Gar
net's present officers:
Captain Harry F. Hughes-Hal-lott.
Lieutenants W. jC. Pakonliam,
Wontworth Colo Carlton, V. do M.
Cowpor, Charles N. Masters.
Lioutonant Marines Edwin G.
Chaplain and Naval Instructor
Ilov. Augustine K. Price.
Staff Surgeon John S. Lambert.
Paymaster Henry J. Ollard.
Staff Engineer E. J. Joffory.
Tho Garnet is anchored on the
Waikiki side of tho Kon-go.
Mr. C. F. Davis, editor of tho
Bloomfiold, Iowa, Farmer, says: I
can recommend Chamborlain'sCough
Remedy to nil sufferers with colds
and croup. I havo used it in my
family for tho past two years aud
havo found it the best I ever used
for tho purpose for which it is in
tended. 50 cont bottles for sale by
all doalors. Benson, Smith and Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.-
rpilK lti:0ULAK QUAKTEUIA' MKET
X iiiK of the Union Keeil Co., (1AI), will
be hclif at the Coninanv's Ollico, liueen
.street, on TUKSDAY, the 11th Inst., at
!) o'clock a. M.
P. It. V1I1A,
lH7-3t Secretary U. F. Co., (I.M).
TJALl'H MKItltOW, FKOJI
Corner, Maine, loft home seven years
ago; was then zo jcars ol age; a icct 10
inches in height; dark hair and eyes; tlrst
joint of thumb on left hand gone. If he
will communicate with the undersigned he
will hear of something to his advantage.
I!. H. NORTON,
i COLUMBIA PNEUMATIC TIIIE
J Safety. Nearly New
. For salu client).
1-fnnl urn ! t .t 'u
(lli)-lt at Pacilic Hardware Co,
DR. M. L, MINER, D, V. S.,
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
Omui:: Hotnl Stablos. Uoth Tele
8 to 10 A. M.; I :'M to H:R0 p. u.
Ktwiiienue: With Dr. P. L. Miner.
llcrotunlti street Hull Tele. SH; .Mutual
All Galls Will Receive Prompt Attention.
On Account of Departure.
A TRACT OF LAND, NKAlt
Molllili nntl lleretania
street, of about 8 Acres, favor
ably located for iliviolon Into
llnlldliiL' lAttn: at urgent cul
tivated for vegetables, rice anil bananas;
water from two Artesian Wells. Apply to
1". O, llox IU, Honolulu.
tage L'lxltil, contain
ing 4 Kooiiih, Kitchen and
lliithroum. un a Ixit .M) feet
frontage on lleckwltlmtrcct iiuarl'unabou;
ft minutes' walk rom the trauicnrs; Arte
sian Water. Apply to
1 "M. A.,"
(U!Mw I'. 0. Box -US, Honolulu.
Thu Nippon Yusun KiiIhIki'h Al btctiiurr
"MIIKI MABU," J
Will be dun al this port on or about the
'.'bill liir-t aud will leave for
On MONDAY, March 0, 1803.
IW Por information regarding Freight
11 ltd Tiist-agc, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
(iniimil Agent Nippon Vinwn KMhIm.
Catarrh, Hay Fever, Asthma
Head Golds, Sore Throat,
Is endorsed by eminent physi
cians, lending medical works
and thousands of grateful users.
It contains nothing 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 manic to the soothuicr
and antiseptic properties of in
haled Menthol, and once used it
becomes an inseparable pocket
piece. A trial will convince you.
II. n. Cunlininn,
Xlircc Rivers, ltllll.
CtJBiisiAN's Menthol Halm Is a perfect anti
septic ointment, It cures where others fall
and In all coses Is quicker to relieve pain and
lntlammntlon. Trj- it for Wonnds, Chilblains,
Piles, Chopped Hands, Salt Kheum and all
skin diseases. 25 cents per box.
HOLLISTER & CO:,
109 Fort Street,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
Ou-naxniiis' Sloolt, 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 Figures !
SJcsr rriio opportunity is now
to Order perfect lit uiirunte((l-
Lowcr J'riccH tlmn
IB. IE EHLERS 3c CO.
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored!
At half the former oit.
Velvet cSc Smyrna P2.-u.gs
In all NUefc greatly ri'iluccil.
Woolen Goods in Plain, StripBd & Plaids, Below Cost1!
fn fuel wo oilVr Immrui-ti
tST- Di-awauklBB Under Uio
50 cts. ':
offered to obtain Clothing'
and made of High Grade
ever been offered in this
STOCK Abb KINDS OF
llurguliiH In nil l)eprtnum.
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