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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PHOM AND AFTKK OCTOBER 1, 1892.
a.m. r.M. r.M.
Leave Honolulu. .0:16 8:45 1:15 4:33t
Arrive HonoulluH.7:20 0:57 2:57 5:35t
Ix;avoHonoullull..7:30 10:13 3:43 5!42t
Arrlvo Honolulu. .3:35 11:55 4:55 G:50t
1'kaiu. City Local.
Leave. Honolulu 5:105 ....
Arrlvo Pearl Otty 5:48S ....
Leave Pearl O!ty..0:55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays oxcoptcd. f Saturdays only.
Tidos, Bun and Moon.
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0 03 1 30
0 03 2 ,10
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First Quaitor of tlio moon on the 23d at 31i.
42m. a. in.
Tlmu Whistle blows at 111. 23m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu tlmo, which Is the same ns 12h. 0m.
Os. p.m. of Greenwich tlmo.
TI DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, FEB. 20, 1893.
Bunuay, For. 19.
Stmr Mikahala from Kauiii
Stmr Claudine from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Hawaii from Hamakua
Monday, Feb. 20.
S S China, Seabury, from San Francisco
S S China, Seabury, for, Yokohama and
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Wnimanalo for Mulokui and Maui
Stun Mokolii for Molokai
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am tern Queen for San Francisco
Stmr W O Hall for Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Lchua for Hamakua
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Mikahala 5100 bags sugar, 100 bags
rice, 20 bags pia, 29 bags potatoes, 10
bills hides, 14 head cattle and 10 pkgs
Stmr Claudine 8708 bags sugar, 108 bags
potatoes, 100 bagssan, 51 hides, 1 horso
and 125 pkgs sundries.
From San Francisco por S S Cliina, Feb
20 W S Smith, Alex Wells, F M Halleck,
Miss Brumby, C H Wetmore, J K Stanton,
U It Kliuwoou, Mr Van Winkle and Mrs
"Van Winkle, Mr and M J Lawronce, James
Gibbons, Mrs John C Sullivan, and 153 in
transit including 107 Chinese.
From Kauai per steamer Mikahala. Feb.
19-Hon AS WilcoxrDr JK Smith, O H
llishop, C W Spitz, A M Bproull, Mrs V
Knudscn, A Knudsen, Mrs McMillan and
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr Clau
dine, Feb. 18 G P Wilder, 0 H Broad,
Miss E Bal, Mr Conradt, Mrs L Naai and
2 children, A Barnes, Mrs D Noonan, C B
Wells, J W Colvllle, F Hammer, Geo Cuni
inings. Masters Kalua (2), Miss L da Costa,
T K Nathaniel, Miss Mary Hose, Miss M
Douglas, E 0 Charlier. Bishop of Panopo
lis and 59 deck.
Vessels in Port.
I J M S Kon-Eo, Tashiro, from San
USPS Mohican from San Francisco
UBS Boston, Wiltso, from Hiio
U8S Alliance, AVhiting, from Samoa
HUMS Garnet from Alcapulco
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
cisco Br 4-masted schr Tacora, Thorton, from
Gor bk II Hackfeld, Hilgerloh, from Liver
pool. Am ship Eclipse, Peterson, from Naualmo
Foreign Vessels Expected.
USB Hanger, from San Francisco
UBS Adams, from San Francisco
Am bktne W H Dituoud, Nelson, from San
Am 4-masted schr Lyman D Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-masted schr Puritan, Warner, from
Newcastle. N B W
Am bk O D Bryant, .Tacobson, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10th
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, N B W
Haw bk it P Hithet, Morrison, from San
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, NSW
Am schr Oceania Vanco to Hilo
Tho Hawaiian shin
Hawaiian Isles loft
Nanaimo on Fob. 10th
for Bun Francisco
The American burkeutine W. II. Dia
mond cleared nt Ban l'rauclbco for Hono
lulu on Feb. 10th with a general cargo in
cluding 2000 cs. oil, l.'U'l ctls. barley. 350
bbls. Hour; tho whole valued at if 12,000.
Mr. Albert "Favorito, of Arkansas
City, Kan., wishes to givo our roadors
tho benefit of his experience with
coius, tio says: "l contracted a
cold early last spring that settled on
my lungs, and had hardly rocovored
from it when I caught another that
hung on all summer and loft mo
with a hacking cough which I
thought I would nover got rid of. I
had used Chamborlain'H Cough Item
ody Bomo fourteen years ago with
much success, and concluded to try
it again. When I had got through
with one bottle my cough had loft
mo, and I liavo not Hufferod with a
cough or cold since. I havo rocoin
mouded it to others, and all speak
woll of it." 60 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Airouts for tho Huwaiiau Islands.
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I.OOAIj AND GENERAL NEWS.
Volnoy V. Ashford is roportod as
on his way to Honolulu.
Kauai Postal' Savings bank book
no. 4681 is advortisod for.
Diamond Hoad. 8 p. m. Woathor
cloudy, wind frosh northeast.
L. J. Lovoy has fivodiftoront varie
ties of mulberry trees for sale.
A young man wishes,lo socuro one
or two nicely furnished rooms.
Charley Micholl, the fighter, loft
England for Now York on jPob. 9.
Tho barkoutino Discovery, at San
Francisco, is having a now mainmast
put in hor.
A Chinaman and a foroignor wore
fined $6 apioco by Polico Magistrate
Foster this morning.
Mrs. Loavitt gave a talk to tho
mombors of Kaumakapili Church
Sunday ovoning, Dr. Hyde inter
preting. Johnny Griffin, of Braintroo, Mass.
dofoatod Billy Murphy' in tho Couoy
Island Athlotic Club in six rounds on
W. Crowes was sontoucod in tho
District Court this morning to ten
days at hard labor for disorderly
Chief Enginoor Asch, of tho Ho
nolulu Firo Department, had a life
size portrait of himself taken yester
day at J. J. Williams gallory.
There will bd an important moot
ing of Captain Cook Lodgo, Sons of
St. Goorgo, this ovoning. All mom
bors are requested to bo presout.
Captain Wiltso has accepted tho
tender by many citizens of a faro
woll reception, to bo hold at tho
Opera House on Friday evening.
Tho Hotel band stand ought to
present a protty appearance to-night,
as a now sot of colored oloctric
globes were to bo placed in position
Tho U. S. warships Ranger and
Adams aro still at Maro Island. If
nothing of a stirring nature occurs
tho latter ship will summer in Bo
Admiral Skerrott and several of
tho U. S. naval officers attonded tho
morning service of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral,
The services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
during Lent will bo at 5 p. m. "Wed
nesdays and 7:30 p. m. Fridays, of
If the steamer China remains in
port to-night and hor passengers are
ashore, it is expected that tho baud
will play at the Hotel, instead of
Mr. Goo. L. Huddy of Honolulu
has passed his final examination at
tho Dental School of tho University
of California. Mr. Huddy is a young
gentleman of whom his native city
has reason to bo proud.
Captain Molvill C. Erpkino of tho
steamer St. Paul has been appointed
one of the pilots at San Francisco.
It will bo romembore'd that Captains
Houdlotto and Erskino wore nomi
nated for tho position.
The Hospital Flower Society will
hold a meeting at the Y. M. C. A.
parlors at 3:30 to-morrow. All
friends of tho society are invited to
bo present, as thero will be an elec
tion of officers for tho next year.
On tho last trip up of the S. S.
Australia she encountered a heavy
northerly gale. On tho Sunday be
fore arrival a big wave smashed the
door to Purser Iran's stateroom.
Tho office was flooded oven to tho
Tho Brunswick billiards trophy
was presented to A. W. Howo to-day,
no porson having challenged him for
mo cuampiousnip wiunu iiio nine
specified. Mr. Howe is now entitled
to tho title of champion of Hono
lulu. Tho abandoned vessel which was
passed by tho Goodrich off Capo
Horn, and which was at first sup
posed to bo tho John Ena, has been
identified as the British bark Homes
feld on hor way from Liverpool to
San Francisco. Tho crow landed
safoly at Valparaiso.
Mrs. Mary Clement Loavitt will
deliver tho first of her public lec
tures descriptive of hor travels uoxt
Thursday ovoning, at tho Y. M.
C. A. hall, upon "Madagascar." Mrs.
Leavitt is tho only lady tourist who
has over visited this interesting and
almost unknown country.
Tho now eruisor Monterey was to
bo placed in commission at Maro
Island to-day, and fly tho pennant
and American ensign. Captain
Louis Kompff will command hor.
She will bo placed in readinoss to
leave for Honolulu in company with
tho Monaduock should thero bo any
Tho prospects for a splendid colfoo
crop throughout tho Kona district
aro excellent. Most of tho tii'os
woro in blossom hist Docoinbor and
tho littlo berries have a healthy ap
poarauco. And now again tho trees
aro blossoming, they scum to bo
snowed over, present ing a most
Mr. Viggo Jacobsen, who return
ed from a pedestrian tour around,
tho Island of Oahu on Saturday
last, is laid up at tho Arlington with
ncute inilammnlioii of tho bono of
tho right leg, unable to leave his
room, Being under tho-enro of Dr.
F. R. Day and in good hands, lie
hopes that ho will bo ahib to get
about again before long.
A horso and buggy came tearing
along Hotel street at breakiicuk
speed on Saturday afternoon, and
turned into Fort hired. Tho buggy
struck an iron post in front of X. S.
Sachs' store, capsizing tho vehicle
mid smashing it, Tho homo got fieu
and headed for tho city front, whom
it was later captured. Tho buggy
liolougod to Mr, Goo, 0, Potior,
But Appearances Are Those
Government by Commissioners Like
That of the District of
Francisco, Frh. tt,
j)cr S. S.
of tho United States
acted like a bomb
shell in Washington. It awakened
all tho latent opposition to annexa
tion. Mr. Thurston was overboard
to say: "This does not help us. It
makes our task more difficult."
Tho Chicago Herald's Washing
ton correspondent says, among other
similar things: "In higher political
circles in Washington it is boliovod
that Minister Stevens has gone too
far in his support of tho schomo to
bring Hawaii under Amoricau con
trol." A despatch from Minister Stevens
is pubhshod, saving that, in ac
cordance with the request. of tho
Provisional Govornmont, ho placed
tho Govornmont under United States
protection during tho negotiations.
W. A. Kinney, formerly of Hono
lulu, who is witli tho Provisional
Government's commission at Wash
ington, said tho most significant
item of tho nows in the despatches
from Honolulu was tho statement
that thoro havo been indications of
dissensions existing among members
of tho executive council. "This,"
ho said, "betrays tho greatest danger
which now threatens tho Govorn
mont. Tho members of tho council
aro men who havo boon clothed with
authority without a 113 previous ox
porieuco in tho exorcise of it, and
without tho restraining force of a
protectoiato the3' would inevitably
have divided into factions and work
ed at cross purposes."
E. C. Macfarlano. who is stated to
havo gone to tho Coast to assist Paul
Neumann, the Queen's Commission
er, was laid up with asthma from a
weting got on tho passage. His phy
sician would allow nobody to talk
M. Slacker, professor of tho Iowa
State College of Agriculture, who
has been spending a few mouths in
Hawaii, said on boing interviewed in
San Francisco, that nino-tenths of
tho people of tho islands wore on
tho side of tho Qneon.
ANNEXATION PURn AND SlJirLE.
A Washington despatch of Febru
ary 12 says it was announced that
da with a considerable degroo of
certainty that tho President and his
Cabinet had arrived at an agree
ment, and that tho terms of that
agreement, which means annexation
pure and simple, were entirety satis
factory to tho Hawaiians and met
with their unqualified approval.
Tho form of government was ono
of tho details not settled, but it was
likely to bo something similar to
that of the District of Columbia.
Work had progressed so far that it
was expected the President would
sond a treaty of annexation to Con
gross as early as Tttosdaj, 14th inst.
Tho disposition to bo made of tho
doposed Queon and Princess Kaiu
lani threatened to becomo a stum
bling block, but everybody conceded
that something had to bo done for
them and it was finally decided that
each should bo givon an annuity of
$25,000, which was thought to bo
liberal enough. Tho United States
Treasury will not suffer anything
by this, however, as by tho terms of
tho agreement tho crown lands of
Hawaii will pass into tho hands of
the United States. Those lands are
very rich aud valuable, yielding an
nually an income of $100,000.
Tho presentation of this annexa
tion troaty to. Congress in a fow da3's
now sooms absolutory certain and
nothing will interfere with tho plan
outlined unless the ox-Queen's emis
saries can bring influence enough to
bear to bring about dohi3', or pre
sent now facts that would throw a
different light on tho situation.
This is improbable.
As if to confirm tho statement that
the project of annexation is pro
gressing smoothly tho Hawaiian
commissioners havo worn only happy
faces since their interview with the
President. Just prior to their inter
view with him tlioy woro irritable
ana mucii put out uecauso 11103' had
not been formally recognized as the
accredited representatives of the es
tablished Government. Their de
meanor has changed to a wonderful
degicc, and they now boom to bo
oven mote chcoiful aud hopeful than
tlioy were on tho day of their ar
rival, when their buoyancy was no
ticeable to everybody.
In case the annotation of tho inl
ands n recommended by tho Inven
tive the method of accoinplihliing it
remains to bo decided. It is under
stood that only two modus of pro
cedure nio deemed feasible, Ono is
by a treaty, which tho Senate nlono
may ratify, and tho other is by an
ordinary act of Oougros, requiring
joint action by tho Senate hud Hoiihu.
It is believed that tho former method
will l)ii adopiud.
llAIHtlbON WANTS Till: OI.OIll.
The Now York Herald's Wn.-diiug.
ton correspondent ): Tlioaiiuo.a
tioii of lluwaii has been decided 011,
ho 1 am told. President Harrison
I hui fully Hindu up his mind as to tho
proper courso for him to pursue In
fact, I am told that ho has already
given tho annexation commissioners
assurances ontiroly satisfactory to
them of courso to bo adopted by
tho presont administration. The
President has no intention of leav
ing tho mattor for the next adminis
tration to sottlo. His ino.4sago to
Congress, now ttndor preparation,
will do complotod probably to-morrow
and b3 Wednesday will bo be
fore both llouso aud Senate. I am
informed that President Harrison is
devoting much consideration to tho
message, intending to make it tho
strongest state paper of his term and
a fitting close to tho administration
ho has givon tho count ry.
EDiTon or the iihenij.
Rov. S. E. Bishop has a lottor in
tho New York Post denouncing tho
Queen as an idolator, mid says, "Tho
Amoricans havo no option but to
rise up for tho preservation of their
OriNlON OF Mil. DA VIES.
A London despatch of tho 12th
says: Mr. Davios, formurly Consul
at Honolulu for Groat Biitain, said
in an interview to-day that tho Pro
visional Govornmont of Hawaii was
composed of moti of prominence, in
telligence and property. Tho acces
sion of Princess Kniulani to tho
throne, ho says, is tho true solution
of tho present trouble, as the Ha
waiians would nover consent to an
nexation. He thinks it a "pity that
England did not interfere in tho
govornmont of tho islands some
time ago aud thus avert tho present
NO FEAH OF THE CHINESE.
In referonco to anxious despatches
from tho Pacific Coast, Mr. Thurs
ton in an jntorviow gavo assurances
that provisions would bo found in
tho treat3-, to prevent the incursions
of Chinese from Hawaii into tho
Coast. Ho said tho Hawaiian re
striction laws against Chinese wore
more stringent than those of tho
United States, and ho was glad to
havo tho opportunity "to sa3' to tho
people of California, especially tho
workingmwn, that no more Chinese
will como to their shores from Ha
waii than will como from France.
They will bo duty protected, for it
has been provided for."
On being asked what effect would
the coining of Mr. Neumann have,
Mr. Thurston replied, "I am afraid
ho is a day behind tho fair."
To be Celebrated by the V. S. War
Vessels in Port.
Tho U. S. war vessels in port in
port intend celebrating Washing
ton's birthda3r, not Wediiesda3', in
a fitting manner. They havo arrang
ed an interesting program of
sports to take place on boaid the
U. S. Flagship Mohican at 10 o'clock.
Besides thoso there will be boat
races in the harbor beginning at 1:110
o'clock in the afternoon. Refresh
ments will bo served on board to all
mon-of-warsmon in tho harbor.
Tho following is tho program of
sports: threo-legged race, potato
race, sack race and To lriuiulos go-as-3'ou-please.
The races in tho bay will be as
follows: cutter race, "ding race,
whaloboat race, catamarau, swim
ming, tub and all-comers race.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Faymastor J. R. Stanton arrived
on tho S. S. China to-day to assume
tho olGco of fleet paymaster on tho
U. S. S. Mohican. Paymaster 0.
Sullivan has boon ordered homo to
Tho S. S. City of Peking arrived
at San Francisco Feb. (ith, with her
shaft broken. Tho accident occurred
on tho morning of Jan. 2lst, MOO
miles from land, and tinder sail alone
tho Poking made San Francisco in
Tho S. S. China, Captain Soabu,
arrived this morning, 5 days, 22
hours and 5) minutes front San Fran
cisco. Experienced head winds all
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whoit it sheered off to northeast.
Thence to port had pleasant weath
er. Tho China has 153 passengers
in transit for Yokohama and Hong
kong. She will leave again at 10:150
o'clock this ovoning.
In the ejectment case of Kawai K.
George vs. Hanakauhmi Holt, a Ha
waiian jury rendered a venlict for
tho plaintiff. A jur3 disagreed on
it at last Supremo Court term.
Judge Whiting was hearing di
vorce cases at Circuit Court term on
Judge Frear is presiding at term
to-day, mixed jur3 cases boing tho
Talula L. lIa3'holden vs. Wahino
aoa (w.), ejectment. .Ashford for
plaintiff; Nawahi for defendant. Still
on aft or recess.
Vhilo a woll -know 11 merchant was
on his way homo Satiirclny night he
encountered, at a short distance
apart, two men armed with rille.sand
fixed bayonets. They blood in his
path and inspected him with a close
ness thnt was not respectful outside
of martial law, Other similar cases
aro reported, and people aro asking
what aio armed men doing about
the streets at night. Under what
military regulation aro the public
streets invested with soldiem in a
time of supposed peace?
A private lottor, recivod by n
friend, from Mr. K. C, Muefarlano,
13' tho China, denies the several
intofviowh tho San Francisco p'apeis 1
claim to have had with him. .Mr.
Macfarlano was taken hick 011 the
voyage over, and 011 arrival in San ,
Francisco was confined to his room ,
at the Hotel for a day and a half, j
and excluded all visitors. On tho '
second day, having recovered from ,
his illness, ho started owulnud. 1
61) cmiJa (i month,
BURNED TO DEATH.
of a Polynesian Last
A native named Oliva reported to
Captain R. Parker at 11:15 o'clock
last night that a man had been seri
ously burned in a house at Capo
Horn near Kaumakapili Church.
When Captain Parker arriicd at the
house he found a man known as
John Laka lying on a trunk hadty
burned about tho chest and legs.
Some of his toes weie burnt oil ami
tho flesh was peeled off his thighs.
Ho was immediately taken to tho
Queen's Hospital, whore medical
treatment was given him, and he
lingered until l o'clock this morn
ing when ho died. His ulluriug was
Tho fire was fust seen in Laka's
room by Knannann (w.). who attract
ed the attention of Oliva (k.). The
latter broke down tho door lead
ing, to tho room. The mosquito
bar and bed - clothing were a
mass of flames. Laka was found
hying on tho lloor near tho bed
amidst tho ilames. Oliva had hard
work to get at him, but iinalty suc
ceeded. Ho picked Laka up aud
throw him out bodity. When the
ollicor arrived Laka could stand on
his feet, but the effort was vor pain
ful. Tho cause of fhe firn writ lint. :m-
f certaiued," but it is supposed that
Laka had boon smoking a cigarelto
aud had fallen asleep, the cigarette
falling on tho pillow. The stuffing
in the pillow and bed covering was
composed of pulu (mountain ferns)
and ver3' combustible.
Laka was known a an inveterate
cigaretto smoker, llo was a man of
small stature and by trade a cook.
Ho was imported here as a cook for
Kainehameha V. In his trunks woro
found $25 in gold and $10 in silver.
Joseph V. Dory, of War.-aw, 111.,
was troubled with rheumatism and
tried a number of different remedies,
but say.s none of them .seemed to do
him any good, but finally ho got
hold of ono that .speodityemod him.
llo was much pleased with it. and
felt sure that othcis siniilnrh alliict
ed would like to know w'liat the
remedy was that cuied him. lie Mates
for the benefit or l..o public that it
is called Chamhcrlain'.s Pain Halm.
For sale 1)3 all dealers. Benson,
Smith k, Co, Agents for the Hawai
Cur. l'nrt .V. Qi!c 11 sts.
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nlflirit i'uoms, not
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ilc Yuuiir Jinn, lief- i4i::
t!iunri kivoii. PIimmi mjiiu iniiiliuiition and
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rpm: Aiuounxr.i) annual Mi:r.T-
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.'.!. 1811.!, at 1U o'clock s. M.
H. i:. Mi-INTYlii:,
Honolulu, Fob. :u; IMtl. im- It
rpjl!li:i; HAWAIIAN JH'.KI) jf
between tin: Kumclianu'liu Schools
jk, ,iuics. v- an uu erji ill. won.
ami the Masonic Temple am ln .
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AV2 f'AUoi; i,. r
Shot"iin in A 1 order with
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till ( .imnloli';
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gjet Kor particulars, inmihe of
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Mowr.K.s to i,i:t iiy tiii:
dav. wed; or month Kenan iml
Cleaning and Shaipciiiii done, Duplicate
I'ii'cu-i furnished when re(jiiii'c. .Mncliine
callcd for and 1ct11r1u.1l. Abo, ld-paiiing
Garden Ho.-e in fad, can do anylliiiic:
necessary mound the boii-u or stable.
Kinu up .Mutual Telephone lU,
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Risk iu Tlirowhiu Horses.
Improved Yelcrluary Operating Table.
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Stock will uceive pioinpi attiiitiou.
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All Calls Will Receive Prompt Attention.
aciflc Hardware Co, L'd
OF VKHY SHI'KHIOK QUALITY. AN INVOICE OF
I RON AND BRASS SCREWS
to eoMi'urn: oru uni: of sizes.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
C3io.n.t 3sTo.il "Pullers, T,a.rla.t Swivela,
Turner's Snips and Shears,
.A.-W1S and Tools, Ot-a.rd.en Trowela,
Egg Bitters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
Catarrh, Hay Fever, Asthma
Head Golds, Sore Throat,
Is endorsed by eminent physi
cians, leading 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 magic to the soothing
and antiseptic properties of in
haled Menthol, and once used it
becomes an inseparable pocket
piece. A trial will convince you.
II. X. CuHlimnn,
Tlircc RlverH, BIlcll.
Chiimais'r Menthol liAI.M is a perfect nntl
scjitlp ointment. It cures where others fall
mid in .ill cafes Is quicker to relievo pain and
Inllainmntion. Try it or Wounds, Chilblains,
files. Chftpped HanilH, Salt Rhenru and all
bMii diseases. t!o ceuta per box.
HOLLISTER & CQ.,
109 Fort Street,
Commencing January 3, 1813.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
At Greatly Reduced
All Prices Marked
; KSr"' The opportunity is now offered to obtain Clothing
to Order perfect lit guaranteed and made of High Grade
tioods at Lower J 'rices than
IB. :f ieiebiliejies & GO.
AKTIIlt TAKINO STOflC AM, KINDS OK
Curtains in White,
At half the
"Velvet 3c Smyma'Rugs,
In all h!i'
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Bolow Cost!
t- III fuel sii oiler Iiumenu
V- Dressmaking Under the KaugNuent ol KISS K. QUKK,tJij
& Lace. Leather
Honolulu, H. I.
Prices FOR CASH !
iu Plain Figures !
has ever been offered in this
Cream and Colored !
llarniilim In all Iuwrtuu'iit