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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FHOM AND AFTER OOTOIHill 1. 1892.
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THE DAILY BULLET!
SATURDAY, FEB. 25, 1893.
Satuuday, Feb. 25.
Sttur Mokolli from Molokai
Htmr Wtiimuniilo from Mnui and Molokai
S vtukday, Feb. 25.
Am 4-mastcd sehr Aloha, Dabel, for San
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Wnimanalo for Molokai nnd Maui
Stun Mokolii for Molokai
Vessels in Port.
I J M S Koii-iio, Tashiro, from San
II 1 .1 11 S Naniwa, Togo, from .Tajian
USPS Mohican from San Francisco
II S S Ronton, Wiltxe, from Hilo
UBS Alliance, Whiting, from Samoa
11 11 M S Garnet from Alcapulco
Am bk Helper, Bodergren, from Newcas
Am 4-mastcd schr Robt. Searlcs, Foltz,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am bk Matilda, Svenson, from Port
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco Am bk O D Bryant, Jacobsen, from San
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Br 4-mastcd schr Tacora, Thornton, from
Ger bk H Hackfeld, Hilgerloli, from Liver
Am ship Eclipse, Peterson, from Nanuitno
Foreign Vessels Expected.
UBS Hanger, from Sun Francihcd
USK Adams, from San Francisco
S S Miike Maru from Yokohama, due
Am 4-musted sehr Lyman D Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am t-masted schr Puritan, Warner, from
Am 1-niKtd schr Alice Cooke, Peuhullow,
from Newcastle, NSW
Haw bk H P Rithet, Morrison, from San
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, NSW
The 4-niasted schooner Robert Searles
commenced discharging to-day.
Tho bark Albert has finished discharg
ing her cargo, and has been moved over to
Brewer's wharf to await sugar.
The 4-masted schooner Aloha, Dabcl
master, bailed for Ban Francisco to-day
with u cargo of sugar aggregating 25,800
Tho barkentlno H. Dimond which
arrived yesterday has been docked near the
Oceanic wharf where she will discharge
her cargo of general merchandise.
This morning's Advortisor con
tains a list of names of those invited
to tho Wiltso ball, probably as a
show to othors of the groat fairness
of tho Citizens' Committee. 1, as a
Hawaiian, protest most strenuously
against this phnrisaical show of
names, but not of thoso who really
attended. There is still a Hawaiian
pride in mo not to submit tp this in
famous show of fairness as a means
of showing submission to a false
fooling. I havo nothing to thank
Mr. Wiltso for tho unwilling posi
tion ho has placed mo and my fel
lows in, uuu i manic my stars tuai
no Hawaiian with a spark of man
hood in him attended to greet this
doprodntor of our national inde
Mr. Albert Favorite, of Arkansas
City, Kan., wishes to givo our readers
tho benefit of his experience with
colds. Ho says: "I contracted a
cold oarly last spring that settled on
my lungs, and had hardly recovered
from it when I caught another that
hung on all summer and left mo
with a hacking cough which I
thought I would novor got rid of. 1
had used Chainborlain's Cough' Rem
edy somo fourteen yearn ago with
much success, and concluded to try
it again. Whon 1 had got through
with ouo bottle my cough had loft
me, ami 1 have not Kullorod with n
cougu or com since i nave recom
mended it to othorri, and all speak
well of it." W) cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co,,
AKuuts for tho iluwuiiun Inlands.
IiOOATj AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mechanic Eugino Co. No. 2 will
hold a drill this nftornoon.
Tho band will givo a concert at
Emma Squaro this nftornoon.
Foreign jurors nro roquostod to bo
on hand at 10 o'clock Monday morn
Tho Hawaii basoball club had
practice on thu'now baseball grounds
A salo of Govornmont land in
North Hilo will bo hold at Govorn
mont House on March 80.
Tho fmiornl of tho lato W. E. Hor
rid: will tako placo from Harmony
Hall at 2:80 o'clock 'to-morrow after
noon. Tho sealing schooner C. G. White,
that arrived off port yesterday, was
hauled on the Marino Railway this
Tho stowaways on tho S. S. Aus
tralia, Taylor and Williams, woro
allowed their liberty on Wednesday
Prof. M. Lohoido's athlotic school
will open on Monday night at tho
boathouso. Tho first tournament
will bo in wrestling.
A poom in staccato monsuro occu
pies tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany column to-day. It-is full of
wisdom for tho thrifty.
Tho various Odd Follow lodges
havo calls in this issue, for thoir
mombors to attend tho funeral of
tho lato W. E. Horrick.
Tho baud of tho U. S. Flagship
Mohicau played for tho first timo on
shore at the reception at tho Opera
House j'ostorday ovoning.
Tho flags of tho different fire com
panies aro flying at halfmast to-day
out of rospoct to tho lato W. E.
Herrick, who was a memborof Hook
& Laddor Co., and ono of tho oldest
members of the Dopartmont.
A munhor of people woro attrac
ted by tho noise of a fight on Quoon
stroot yostord.-iy ovoning. Ollicors
arriving on the spot found that a
sailor on ono of the merchant vessels
was assaulting another. The lattor
was intoxicated and could not de
fend himself. Thuy woro soparatod.
Hook & Laddor Co. issues a call
to its mombors to attend the funoral
of thoir lato votoran comrade, W. E.
Horrick, inviting tho members of
tho Department in general to par
ticipate This may be the last pa
rado of tho volunteer Firo Depart
ment, as a paid force is about to bo
Between 12:30 and 1 a.m. this
morning there was noticed a very
bricht rainbow. This phenomenon
is not a very common occurrence, and
this ono in particular was vory in
teresting as it appearod like a bright
silvor arch with the ends resting up
on tho dark foliage of tho trees at
Puuahou. This instance is only the
third noticed by tho present ob
server. Soronson & Lylo's shop on tho
city front, near tho Fish Market, was
entered somo time last night. Tho
burglar pried open tho desk, drawer
and cupboard in tho oilico and
throw thoir contents on tho floor. A
small pistol and ivory rule were ab
stracted from tho dosk and a pair of
opera glasses is missing from tho
shelf. Tho safe was not touched.
Mr. Soronson bolioves it tho work of
CHINESE SNEAK THIEF.
Caught Trying to Steal Goods from
Ah Un, an oldtimor, who has
served bontoncos on tho roof on
charges of larceny, was again before
Magistrate Fostor this morning. Ho
was charged with tho Jarcony of a
box of Chinese candles valued at
$10, tho property of Wing Wo Tai
& Co. Ah Un was noticed to bo
hanging around tho box on tho
Inter-Island wharf on Thursday by
Guy T. Kolly, clerk in tho lntor
Island oilico. A police oilicor had
his lynx oyos upon tho follow. Un
was soon to stealthily move tho box
behind some barrels. When ho
thought that it was safo he brought
a handcart and was in tho act of
sneaking it off when tho cop patted
him on tho shouldors. Tho oilicor
asked tho clerk whether tho box be
longed to tho Chinaman, when ho
replied in the regativo. Ah Un, in
tho meantime, had taken a walk.
The policeman caught him near
Hopper's mill and had him locked
The Chinaman was givon one yoar
on tho roof at hard labor and $1 lino.
THE WILDER DIAMONDS.
The Thief Tracked from Placo to
Place by a Follow Employee.
As roportod previously in the
Bulletin tho rosidonco of Hon. W.
C. Wilder wns entered on tho nigjit
of Jan. 18th by a Mongolian thief,
when a vnluabto diamond ring and
diamond sapphire breastpin woro
stolon. Mrs. W. C. Wilder saw tho
thief ransacking tho drawers in her
room and screamed for help. The
man was identified as Ah Ling Nui
alias Air Nui, a steward of tho house
hold. Ho was not apprehended, but
a Chinese cook was put on his track.
Tho lattor traced him from place to
place until 1 o'clock this morning,
when ho was captured at tho Ewa
A police oilicor brought tho pris
oner up from Ewa early this morn
ing, and had him confined at the
Station. Ah Nui will bo tried in the
District Court on tho 28th inst. Tho
valuables have not as yet boon
m it i
Mr. C. I' Davis, editor of tho
Bloomfiold, lown, Farmer, says: 1
can recommend Chniuhorlniu'hCough
Remedy lo all Kiilforors with colds
and croup. I havo used it in my
family for tho past two years and
have found it the best 1 ovor used
for tho purpose for which It is in
tended. r0 cent bottles for salo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith nnd Co.,
Agents for thu Hawaiian Islunda.
W. E. HERRICK.
Doath of This Old Itosidont Aftor a
W. E. Horrick, an old and respec
ted resident of this city, died at tho
Queon's Hospital, whoro ho had boon
removed ton days ago, about 8:80
o'clock yostorday ovoning. Ho was
reading tho papor whon no fell back
without a cry and oxpirod. Tho
body was romovod to tho fninily
rosidonco on Young street.
Mr. Horrick camo horo in 1857 and
worked with O. E. Williams in tho
Pioneer upholstery and furniture
storo. After serving faithfully for
ovor twonty years ho started a turn
ing shop of nis own on Fort street,
where J. W. McDonald's blacksmith
shop now stands. Aflor occupying
tho plncc for a year ho moved his
storo to Bethel streot, opposite to
whoro tho old Bothol Church used
to stand. Ho occupied this placo up
to about a yoar ago, whon he moved
to Fort street again, taking tho shop
formerly occupied by Lane's niarblo
works. Ho was vory skillful in his
craft and did a largo business ouco
in turning nnd repairing calabashes
and othor Hawaiian articles.
Mr. Horrick was subject during
tho lattor part of his lifo to heart
disease Sovon months ago ho suf
fered a strong attack of tho disease,
and ho decided to tako a trip around
tho islands. Tho trip did him con
siderable good, but it was indefinite.
Ho closed his shop fivo months ago.
Soon afterward ho folt tho old com
plaint again and ho was confined to
tho houso. Ho lived with his son
Charles until about ten days ago,
when it was doomed necessary to re
move him to tho Queon's Hospital.
Tho immodiato cause of Mr. Hor
rick's death was dropsy. His loft
arm and side woro paralyzed.
Mr. Horrick was ono of tho first
mombors who joined tho Hook &
Laddor Co. over thirty yours ago,
and held tho position of treasurer
up to three years ago, when ho re
signed. About a year ago ho was
mado an honorary member of tho
company. Ho was a P. G. mombor
of Harmony Lodge, No. 3, I. O. O.
F., also a member of tho old Bothol
Church, in whoso choir ho used to
tako tho part of tenor.
William Everett Horrick was born
on Fob. 3, 1831, in Lima, Living
stone, N. Y. Ho married Miss
Wolthy Elizabeth Hathaway of
Springfield, Illinois, on Jan. 4, 18(18.
Tho deceased has a brother and sis
tor living respectively in Indepen
dence, 'Iowa, and Now York. Ho
loaves a widow and eight children,
two of whom, Charles and Phoebe,
aro married and settled down; tho
lattor is Mrs. J. McLaue.
Tho funeral will start from Har
mony hall, King streot, at 2:30
o'clock to-morrow afternoon and tiio
intormout will be at tho Nuuanu
They Malce a Break on their
to tho Barracks.
Wichart, Stone and Krugor, "drei
hundred" mombors of tho National
Guard, who as roportod yesterday
had broken liberty, escaped from tho
guards on tho way to tiio barracks
yostorday afternoon. Captain Good
telephoned tho fact to the Station
and Captain Mahaulu made a second
search. Stone, Wichart and-dtruger
woro soon on Nuuanu stroot, and as
soon as they saw tho officer tliej'
bolted, two of thorn running through
tho now stroot abovo Hotel into
Maunakca streot, and woro captured
near Smith's bridge. Tiio captain
handed them over to an oilicor and
jumping in a hack tracked tho other
to St. Andrew's Priory, whoro ho was
caught. Thoy woro all brought to
tho Station, Captain Good arriving
lator to escort Wichart and Krugor
to tho barracks.
Stone was locked up in tho Station
At The Ball.
Our friend Jaggs was at tho ball
last night. You all know Jaggs well!
Aftor repeated sampling tho differ
ent varieties of punch which the
committee of arrangomonts (selected
from tho Central Union vestry) had
generously furnished for tho occa
sion and thoso who like punch our
friend got a portion of his name
aboard, and tho result was a gradual,
but decided change of sentiment
from that of an unquestioning sup
porter of tho New Dispensation to
that of a critical commentator upon
political allairs in general, and tiio
proposed bouncing of tho Superin
tendent of tho Water Works, in par
ticular. "Why!" ho declared, :this
scheme is entirely out of harmony
with tho spirit" (accent on spirit)
"of tho revolution. Horo we've boon
all along trying to elevate tho white
man in Hawaii, by downing the
brown man but that giggedy-brin-dlod
P. G., as thoy call it, has gone
cloan back on us, mid reversed our
policy, at least in connection with
tho Honolulu Waterworks, for 1 seo
in thu paper to-night that in that
dopartmont of Government, at least,
thoy aro bounciug the White man
and elevating the Brown."
Boot Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith it Co.'s.
Aftor shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Native Fans and Curios in groat
variety at tho "Elite Ico Cream Par
lors." Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. BonMn,Smith&Co.,
Dr. McLennan, VM Fort street,
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone (iS2.
Mechanics' Home, 5'.) and il Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month line and TAJo". a night; $1
ami if 1.25 a week.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. I)., will con
tinue giving instruct ion in private
and in classesj J'jroiicli, Spanish,
nuil Latin. Residence, Alakoa blreot,
near V. M. C. A
Kaillpaka Has a Fonchant for Timo
A native named Kailipaka, who
was committed tho other day for
trial in tho District Court on a
chargo of larcouy of two gold
watches valued at $1215, was arrested
again on Wodnosdny on a similar
charge Ho was charged with tho
theft of a gold watch and chain
valued at $100, tho property of Miss
Birch Fanning. Kailipaka appoarod
in tho District Court this morning
Miss Fanning doposed that on
Wodnosdny last slio was teaching
school at tho rosidonco of Mrs. Bick
nell on Kukui stroot. Witness loft
her watch on tho piano, leaving tho
chain hanging ovor tho side. Sho
wont to tho rear veranda with tho
children, and on returning to tho
front saw defendant standing at tho
door. Mrs. Bickuoll, who was at
tho house, was called, and asked tho
man what ho wanted. Witness then
returned to her charge.
Mrs. Bicknoll stated that whon
sho asked dofendant what he want
ed, ho pleaded povorty and said ho
was hungry. Witness then told him
to come to tho roar and sho would
give mm something to oat. Tins
was about 10:30 o'clock Wednesday
Miss Nellie Judd was tho noxt
witness nnd stated that sho had seen
tho idoutlcal man coming around
tho roar of tho house. She asked
what ho wanted, when ho replied,
work. -Immediately aftor tho man
disappeared, and so did tho watch.
Sho was sure defendant was tho
man, and identified tho hat.
Kailipaka, who conducted his own
dofonso, brought forward several
witnesses who, whon interrogated,
knew nothing of tho man or his
family connections outsido of sooing
him at tho house
Kailipaka, in his own dofonso,
stated that ho had novor seen tho
women before, and had novor ap
plied at tho rosidonco mentioned for
work. Ho tried to prove an alibi
but tho ovidonco was too strong.
Police Magistrate Foster sen
tenced him to inipi isoniiiont at hard
labor for ono year and pay 10 lino
and $1.50 costs. In seulenciug do
fendaut ho was acquainted with a
projected arrest on anothor chargo
of larceny of a gold watch, tho pro
perty of a Chinese jowelor.
COURT OF PUBLIC OPINION.
A. Ij. Johnson Shirt Co. vs. Tho Peo
ple ex rel.
(Summons with Notice.)
Tin: SiimrM Krii, attorney for jilaintiir,
corner King mid Alakoa streets.
Hanii-mf-Diiwn Siiikt, defendant's attor
ney for all the stous.
TO THE PUBLIC:
You are hereby summoned and com
manded to appear, all other business
excuses, notwithstanding that, A. L.
Johnson makes the best and cheap
est line of all kinds of Shirts at his
factory, corner King and Alakoa
streot in tho City of Honolulu, Coun
ty of Good Govornmont, .State of
Oahu, botweon tho hours of 8 a. in.
and 5 p. m., on and aftor tho Gth da'
of October, 181)2, and then and thoro
show cause why jou should not bo
punished for not patronizing tho
iong established shirt makor and to
testify to tho best of your knowledge
as to the quality and mako of John
son's Shirts with all tho latest and
best improvements made to order,
and for salo by the abovo plaintiff in.
tiio above said premises, blioulu
you fail to put in an appearance in
tho abovo said place you will bo
adjudged guilty of contempt, for
feit a good shirt and bo sentenced
for lifo eating Ioi.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Plaintiffs Attorney, corner King and
N. B. Orders received by mail.
Prove all things, and hold fast to
that which is good.
No shyster collectors need ajijicar.
A halo old man, Mr. Jas. Wilson,
of Aliens Springs, 111., who is ovor
(it) years of ago, says: "1 havo in 1113'
timo tried a great man' medicines,
some of excellent quality; but novor
before did I find any that would so
completely do all that is claimed for
it as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Komotly. It is truly
a wonderful medicine" For salo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
The following choice liit of word minting
occurs in Huwtnorne's Marble Faun:
" Women bu they of what earthlv rank
they may, liowover gifted with intellect or
Kenlu, or endowed with awful beauty, have
always hoiiio little handiw)rk ready to Jill
the tiny gap of every vacant moment. A
ncedlola familiar to tho lingers of them all.
A queen, no doubt, pllei it on occasion; the
woman poet can use it as adroitly us her
pen; thu woman's eye, that lias (Uncovered
a new star, tnnis from Its glory to send thu
polished little instrument gleaming ulong
thu hem of her kerchief, or to dam a casuul
fray la her dress. And they havo greatly
tho advantage of us in this respect. Tho
slender thread of silk or cotton keens them
united with the small, familiar, gentle in
terests of life, tiio eontlmiallyopuratiug In
llueiieosof which do so much for thu health
of tho character, and carry oil what would
otherwise bo 11 dangerous accumulation of
morbid suiislblllty. A vast ileal of human.
sympathy runs along this electric line,
stretching from thu throne to tho wicker
chair of thu humblest seamstress, and
keeping high uud low in a species of com
munion witli their kindred beings,"
Housewives, whilo you ply tnu needle,
havo you uver relleeted on tho vIciM-itudos
of lifeV Kco to It that 011r husbands pro
vide for tho ftttuic vdmru of their families
bv at oueu applying for a l'olluv in the
K'tilTITAlH.lV .im AriBUKANVi: b(
(MKTY or tho United ritates. No more
sultahlo gift could bu oll'ured to you.
DRU0E & A. J. PAJlTWRIOuT,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Kquitablo Life Assurance rioelety of tho
lly A. M. HHTTKNCOUHI',
Veterinary Burgeon and Dealer In Horses,
comer ilerelnuhl and 1'iiiiuhbowl ts.
Mutual Melcphune 1177. A'll-tf
Jhtlty Hullettn, fid cents u month,
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers!
Wo want lo call the attention
of our patrons to a novelty which,
from tho favor it has been re
ceived with, we believe has come
to stay and become an indispen
sible article of gent's furnishing.
A glanco at the cut abovo will
show at once the superiority of
goods made in this manner over
those heretofore in vogue.
Sciuven's Patent Elastic
SeAm DnAWEits aro provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Insertion at the
inner and outer seams, which
gives elasticity in movemont and
comfort in fit. The drawers aro
cut in figure outlines and afford
the wearer all the advantages of
knit goods, while retaining the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
The Patent Elastic Seam,
wlncli contains no ituituEii, re
tains its springiness nnd wears
longer than the other portion of
the garment. It makes the
drawers conform to the position
of the wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter wtiat attitude
the body assumes.
It will also bo found that these
Patent Elastic Seam Dk.uvkrs
aro equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow the
greatest freedom and ease of
motion. In "the position as
sumed in the cut, not the least
tension is produced on tho main
portion of the goods, while the
elastic seams allow tho transfor
mation of the figure as seen in
the position, which would be im
possible in others without pro
ducing great strain on the goods
and friction upon the person.
We have now a complete stock
of these goods in all sizes, and
can recommend those made ol
tho matorial known as "Jean"
to be the coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
They say that there is "noth
ing now under tho sun," but the
follow who said that was all
wrong, lie lorgot "Uentsl' ur
nishings," they'ro always mak
ing something new in tlial line.
Tho latest yet, wo havo just
received samples of, from the
manufacturers. It consists of
Gavr.o, Balbriggan, or Silk Un
der Garments with WOOL skill
fully woven into tho breast and
back to protect the most vital
purls of the body from cold or
chill. To the many peoplo who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of tho irritation some
limes folt, these goods will bo a
great boon, as, whilo they will
havo tho advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, the lungs and
back will havo a nice warm cov
ering of wool. From the many
sontimenls of approval wo havo
heard regarding these goods wo
believe them to bo a good tiling
for our cliinaUi, and havo placed
our orders for a full slock,
which will bo on salo in about
To any person desiring lo sou
tiio hiimplcs which wo havo wo
will bo pluased to sliow llioin.
Pacific Hardware Co, L'd
OP VKUY SUPERIOR O.UAMTY. AN INVOICE OP
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLETE OUU
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
a-ietnt 3STa.il Fullers, HjQ.rla.t Swivels,
Turner's Snips and Shears,
,A."wls and Tools, Qarden
Egg Bitters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Faints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
From Senior Snrorcoii
I to the Central London Threat and
Ear Hospital, London, En?.: "I pro
scribe Cuakman's Menthol Inhaler
to the oxtont of hundreds per
From S. 8. illation, cni-
casro, Ill.t "I am constantly us
ing and prescribing your Menthol
From Dr. W. Gntcwoou,
Del Rio, Texas : "I am enthusiastic
over your Inhaler, and shall recom
mend It to all my friends."
Front Eastern MnnnKer
Registered Pharmacist : "I havo
used your Menthol Inhaler for tho
past three years and found it Inval
uable for catarrh and colds."
From c. IJ. RoKcra, of
the Arm of Rogers Hros., mfrs. of
Silvorwaro, Merlden, Conn. : "I
recommend Cushman h Menthol In
haler to all my friends as ithas dono
mo so much good."
Is neat, clean, convenient to
carry, pleasant to use, costs 50
cents, and lasts one year. A
trial will convince you. At
'druggists or by mail for 50 cents.
a. D. CC8HMAN,
Tliree Rivers, nilcb.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
B. IF. BHLERS 3c pO.
AFTER TAKING STOCK ALL KINDS OF
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half tho former cost.
"Velvet Sc Sirrymsi P?.-u.g
In nil aires jjri'ntly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
In fuel wo ott'or Immense
E1T Dressmaking Under (lie Management of HISS K. CLARK. J
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
ELECTION OF OFFIOEHS,
T1IK ADJOUKNr.n ANNUAL
ineetlnu of tint Diillv lliilletin l'uh.
UhIiIiik Co., (KM), held tlilxilav, tlie lid
lottini; ollli'iTH wore elected fur tlie eurrent
II. n. Mulntyro . .. I'm-ldent,
Kami. 1'arker Vlee-Presldeiu.
Daniel l.opui .. ....
Secretary mid Treasurer,
II. R. Hind .. . : ...Auditor.
And lliene with Dr. (1, Troiixteau, the
Hoard of Dlruiiiio.
Honolulu, Fuh. 'Si, IbUl.
& Lace Leather
LINE OF SIES.
HoxioItjlI-u, H. J.
Ilargains In nil Department.
VALUABLE SHARES OF
Stock and Real Estate
FOR SA-XjEI I
I liavu for wile tliu undermentioned filmri-.
oftituukand Heal Kstate:
0. R. A h. Co. Far value
Kilauea Voluano House. Far
'21 Shares Reciprocity
Sugar Co, Far
10 Share.s Honolulu Dairy
Co. Far value
Lot No, 2, Block 35, at Pearl City Peninsula
Area ahout 'iy, Acres.
House Eii Kapalama
At iirei-cnt oeeuplid hy Frof. Ordwav, con
(detlnu of H Rooms with HtahlcHun'd Car
riage lloiiho; one mlnuto'x walk fniiii tram
eartt. tW For further liartiuulnrti iijiply lo
Xje-wia J. LeVey,
(WS-lw Oor. Fori) A"guecn ts.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT TUB ANNUAL MnF.TlNfl OKTJin
Hawaiian Railroad Co.. (IAI), held
at their olllce tills day, the following gen
tlemen went elected lo ntvh during the
C. 1,. Wight .... Fre.ldent,
V. C. Wilder. . VIco-FieMdeiit,
S. (1. Wilder Secretary,
('. J. Fnlk . . . . . Treiixitrer.
W. F. Allen . . .Auditor.
8. (1. Wll.DKIt.
Honolulu, IVb. Zi, Itj. tplw