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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 1802.
Leavo Honolulu. .0:16
Arrivo Honolulu .8::tf
l'KAnii City Local.
Lenvo Honolulu 5:10 ....
Arrivo Pearl City 5:I8S ....
Lea vo Pearl 0Ity..(i:55
Arrivo Honolulu. 7:30
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Tides, Sun and Moon.
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Tuns. 23 3 0 3 20 8 40 9 SO 0 21 G 4 S 21
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Wed. 1 3 30 3 35 10 0, U 0 G 20 0 5 0 4
Tluirs. 2 4 10 4 0 10 8(1 10 0 0 ID G 51 0 31
Fli. 15 0 4 35 11 10,10 (0 C 5i 0 0 7 21
'p.m. n.ni. I
Sat. 4 0 30 5 20 11 30 11 35 0 18 0 6 8 14
Bun. 5iC 0 5 50 11 SOl 0 171 G G 0 U
Full Moon mi the 2d ut fill. 32m. a.m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, FEB. 27, 1893.
Sunday, Feb. 20.
Htnir Miknlmln from Kauai
Stmr Claudinc from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Kan la from Waianae
Monday, I'd). 27.
Am sealing schooner Luisa J)., Hartiwcn,
25 days from San Francisco
Am sealing suhoonor Rose Sparks, L. M.
Furman, 2!J days from San Francisco
Monday, Feb. 27.
Stmr Wninianalo for Molokai and Maui
Stmr Iwaiaui for Kauai
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Sclir Millc Morris for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Claudine for Maui at 5 p m
Stmr Mikabala for Kauai
Stmr Kuala for Wuianac, Waialua, Moku-
luia, Kahuku and Punaluu.
Stmt Mokolii for Molokai
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr Claudine 5895 bagi sugar, 03 bagi
corn, 77 pkgs sundries.
Por stmr Mikalmla 5185 bags sugar, 27
bags pin, 31 bdls hides, 150 sheep, 1
horse, 50 pkgs sundries.
Vessels in Port.
HUMS Kon-co, Tashiro, from San
HUMS Nnniwa, Togo, from Japan
DBFS Mohican from San Francisco
UBS Boston, Wiltso, from Hilo
U S S Allianco, Whiting, from Samoa
H JJ M S Garnet from Alcapulco
Am bk Hcsper, Sodergren, from Neweas-
tie. N S
Am 4-niasted schr
Am bk Matilda, i
Robt Searles, Peltz,
svenson, from Port
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran--.
Am bk 0 D llryont, Jacobsen, from San
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Br 4-masted schrTacora, Thornton, from"
Ger bk H Hackfeld, Hijgerloh, from Liver
pool. Am ship Eclipse, Peterson, from Nanaimo
Foreign Vessels Bxpected.
TJ S S Ranger, from San Francisco
USS Adams, from San Francisco
8 S Milke Mam from Yokohama, due
Am 4-masted schr Lyman D Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, N S V
Am 47masted schr Puritan, Warner, from
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, NSW
Haw bk 11 P Kithct, Morrison, from San
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
From Molokai. lier stmr Mokolii, Feb 25
I)r Olivor, Air Plcmer and 10 deck.
From Maui, ner Btmr Claudine, Feb 20
Haul, ner Btmr Claudine. Feb 20
Ida, Miss A Parke, )r Wiggins, 1,
in, E H Bailey, 13 Jlowsott, and 38
Alias u villa, ills
From Kauai, per stmr Mikabala. Feb 20
Mrs Alex Mackintosh, Henry Vleru, Jr,
jurs wary Ailau, Mrs Mario Fernaudes, 10
Knoch, J Keal, Chin Quo, and 13 deck.
Tho steamer W. (1. Hall will ho duo to
morrow uflcrnooii from windward ports.
The sealing schooners Luisa 1). and JUmi
bparks are anchored outside. Both ex
pected to get uwny this evening for Jiiiiii,
The four-masted schooner Alolia, Cap
tain Dabel, sailed on Saturday for the Col
den date with tho following shipment of
sugar: U071) bags, II. Jluckreld it Vo.; 12,
71KJ bogs, M. S. Urlnbauiu ,t Co. Domestic
YOUNQHUHBANl) - PUKV1S - On the
23d January, 1803. at Holy Trinity
Church, Deun Biidgo, Edinburgh, by
the Huv. V. Fiiithfull, assisted By the
Bey. h bchollleld. Commander F. C.
loung husband, H. N., to Florence
Forsyth, third daughter of the lute
Bobert Itimll Purvis, Uwi., of Soedi
iiiura, Butavhi, Java.
iii '.':AI Halcaluila Itannli. on the
17th i'eliniury, U. IS. fovlllu, of hemor
rhage of the hings.
WINTKIt In Honolulu, on K.ihruary 27,
JNU. of beau ilUuco, John s. Whiter
ugud iU ycuis, Into of (Inlnsburg, llll-
., W-Kmiiirul from rushhmcu of Win.
I'oMtcr, 217 Miiiunu Avemio. 011 Tuesduy,
'ghruary 28, ut3t30 11.111, ' "
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Captain Cook Lodgo, Sons of St.
Goorgo, moots this o voniug.
Diamond Hond, 3 p.m. Woathor
cloudy, wind frosli northoast.
Weekly mooting and concort of
tho Scottish Thistlo Club this ovon
Tho rogulnr niootiug of Lodgo lo
Frpgroa, A. F. & A. M., will bo hold
A card of thanks from tho family
of tho lato W. E. Horrick appears in
L. J. Lovoy will hold a salo of
bran and barloy at his salesroom at
Pooplo , aro wondoring why so
many sealing schoouors aro coming
hero one after another. '
Throo young Hawaiians stownd
away on tho bark Albert, oil hor last
trip up to San Francisco.
A man named Albert was fined $2
in tho District Court this morning
on a charge of disturbing tho qtiiot
of tho night.
The Hui Melo Hawaii Nooau will
givo thoir usual quarterly concert at
Kawaiahao Church on Saturday
Tho" Concordia Portuguese Baud
is practicing very hard every night,
and expects to bo able to appear be
fore tho public boforo long.
There woro nine fines and for
feitures for drunkenness in tho Dis
trict Court this morning. A largo
number of cases woro nol pros'd.
A neat harbor's shop has boon fit
tod up in tho roar part of Goorgo
Ahuai's cigar store on Quoon street,
next door to Morgan's auction room.
Harry "Welch is in charge
Tho band will givo a concort at
Emma Square this ovoning. To
morrow a concort will bo givon at
tho hotel for tho benefit of those
leaving by tho S. S. Australia.
Tho sailors from the sealing
schooner Alton, now on tho Marino
Railway, woro allowed liberty yestor
clay, and aro celebrating the event
with great eclat in town.
District Magistrate W. L. Wilcox
presided in tho District Court to
day, owing to tho absence of Magis
trate 1 oster, on account ol tho death
of J. S. Winter, his fathor-in-law.
By order of Chief Justice Judd,
Judgo Frear will go to Nawiliwili,
Kauai, this wcelc, to hold tho March
term of tho Fifth Judicial Circuit,
in place of Judge Hardy who is ill.
Mr. Frank Hustaco 'is appointed
Chief Engineer of the Honolulu
Fire Department, under tho paid
system adopted instead of the volun
teer system by the Provisional Gov
ernment. Tho sealing schooner Rose Sparks
anchored off port to-day, twonty
uiuo days from San Francisco. She
called hero to laud a sailor to have
a molar extracted. The schooner is
on hor waj' to Japan.
There woro only two members of
Central Union Church congregation
on tho Wiltso reception committoo,
and these two had nothing to do
with the mixing of the punch. All
jokes on the subject aro therefore
J. L. Connors, who has chargo of
tho tin-typo branch of tho Aloha
Gallery, is turning out somo excel
lent work. The .thing is dono so
quickly that boforo tho sittor is
aware that ho has boon "shot," tho
impression is given him.
The whalintr schooner Alton, Cap
tain Nowth, arrived on Saturday
morning, 24 days from San Francisco,
and in tho afternoon was hauled on
tho Marino Railway for repairs. Tho
schoouor is on hor way to Japan on
a hunting and fishing expedition.
Sailors from tho U. S. warships
settled a difference of opinion in
the old stylo on Saturday night in
tho Pacific Saloon. After tho fight,
regardless of tho bruises and carmine
which decorated each other's phy
sogs, they consoled one another by
Eight bluejackets from tho U. S.
S. Boston woro taken to tho boat
landing ill tho "Black Maria" this
morning in Irons. Tho men had
boon too obstreperous and trouble
some on shore and woro being con
signed to a dungeon in the hold of
Tho sot of honor in tho oponiiiL'
lancers at tho Wiltso rocoption tho
other night was composod as follows:
President and Mrs. Dole, Captain
Wiltso and Mrs. Glade, Mr. H. F.
Glado and Mrs. J. S. McGrow, Mr.
H. W. Severance, U. S. Cousul-Gon-oral,
and Mrs. W. F. Allen.
Aflor four days and four nights of
diligent searching Toma, the Japa
nese detective, has at last located
tho whereabouts of Elita, tho Japa
nese cook who deserted from the
bark Hespor, and for whoso capt uro
Captain Sodergron offered a reward
of $15. Elita was shanghaied on
tho sealing schooner Matthew Tur
ner. Tho sealing schooner Luisa D.,
Captain Jlartiwon, loft San Fran
cisco on Feb. 2d on a hunting and
fishing cruise. She arrived off port
this morning and anchored outside
after a passage of twenty-five days.
On the way hero she snapped her
topmast. Tho injury will bo repair
ed horo, after which she will leave
Bluejacket h from the U. S. war
vessols in port rode around town
yesterday in wagonettes, buggies
and saddles. Over one wagonette
was a streamer with "The Guard"
on it. Thoy evidently enjoyed
themselves, as when they returned
from tho suburbs Home wore asleep,
and otheiH hail sung thoiiibolvo.i
hoaie. Tito lads paid no respect to
Sunday quiet, but roared "The (ted,
White and Blue," all over town, not
ceasing even while passing the
funeral cortege drawn up at Harmo
ny hall, King street,
Sontonco for Maiming A Nowspapor
Suit Broach of Promiso.
PotorQninn, convicted of maiming
Tom Mullen by biting off his oar,
was Bontoncod to pay $5 fine and bo
imprisoned at hard labor for six
Tho following divorcos have thus
far boon granted this torni of the
Circuit Court boforo Judgo Whiting:
Maria M. Browstor vs. Ohas. H.
Browstor, for desertion: Potorson for
Isaiah Kaauwai vs. Paliuli Kaau
wai, for adullory: Smith for plain
tiff; Lokai vs. Jos. Brown alias Joo
Ramos, for adultery: Johnson for
Wm. McCandloss vs. Opuuloko
McCandloss: Magoon for plaintiff;
Ninipo (w.) vs. Haaikaula (k.), for
desertion: Kaneakua for plaintiff.
In tho caso of J. S. Walker vs. A.
P. Potorson, E. C. Macfarlano, J. W.
Jones, John F. Powler, J. D. Tucker,
John W. McDonald, J. J. Sullivan,
A. R. Rowat, W. G Ashley and Robt.
More, tho Court lias ordered that
tho defendant's purported answer bo
strickon from tho rocord and judg
niout bo ontorod for tho plaintiff.
Tho suit was for tho recovery of tho
principal of a note for $2500, with
interest at one percent nor mouth,
in favor of John F. Bowler, trustee,
and assigned to J. S. Walkor. When
tho noto was paid J. F. Bowlor was
to surrender a mortgagoontho plant
of tho Elelo nowsp'apor. Tho an
swer of dofondants, ordered stricken
from tho record as stated, was a de
nial of each and ovory allegation in
tho complaint. Chas. Croighton for
tho dofondauts has noted exceptions
to tho Court's ruling and judgment.
Tho interest on tho noto to date of
judgment amounts to 15100.
Provisional Govornmont vs. Loo
Pu alias Loo Pou, attempt to com
mit an offonso. Deputy Attornoy
Gonoral A. M. Brown prosecuting,
Hartwell and Kaneakua defending.
A foreign jury returns a vordict of
Ermina do Silva vs. Joao Antonio
Nunos, breach of promiso of mar
riage. Potorson for plaintiff; Hart
woll for defendant. Tho plaintiff,
a good-looking young woman, claims
5000 damages for injured affections,
oxponses for preparing for marriage,
etc. Now on trial boforo a foreign
Concerted Assault by a Company of
Bluejackets on Boatboys.
About twonty-threo United States
bluejackets attacked fivo boatboys
at tho boat landing 3'ostorday after
noon. Most of tho boys woro very
busy plying to antl from tho diffor
ent ships in tho harbor at tho timo,
and those h vo woro tho younger
mombors of thu . They wore
sitting quietly when, without warn
ing, one after another received a
blow, one of tho boys falling into a
boat. As soon as they recovered
thoy scooted in all directions, follow
ed by tho bluejackets, who had evi
dently boon sampling somo sand
paper gin and woro more or loss
crazed by tho liquor. A while po
lice officer, an Irishman from the
tonth ward by his brogue, stood and
looked on tho trouble as a big joko.
The boys escaped without black oyes
or other mourning.
In tho ovoning somo of tho men
roturnod, looking for some boatboys
to assail. Thoy entered tho restaur
ant near the lauding and asked if
there woro any boys hiding there.
The Chinaman replied that thoro
woro none. At tho time tho boys
wore in tho roar.
Funeral of W. E. Horrick.
The funeral of tho lato W. E. Hor
rick took place from tho hall of Har
mony Lodge, I. O. O. F., at 2:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Pro
coding tho hearso was tho Govern
ment band, Hook & Ladder Co.,
with deputations from every other
company in tho Honolulu Fire De
partment, Chief Engineer Asch and
First and Socond Assistants J. H.
Hunt and D. L. Kalawaia, Harmony
and Excelsior Lodges, 1. O. O. F.
With tho firomon in uniform and tho
Odd Follows in regalia tho lino was
an imposing one. Following tho
family of tho docoasod in a wagon
otto after tho hoarse camo tho lady
mombors of Pacific Degree Lodge,
Daughters of Robokah, in carriages,
succeeded by friends and acquaint
ances. Tho iall-bearors woro: J. A.
Magoon and Carl Willing of Har
mony Lodgo, J. J . Locker and A. M.
Mollis of Excelsior Lodge, F. G.
Burnhoinior and J. Pritchard of J'a
cifift Degree Lodgo, and T. B.
Aloong and B. Niolo of Hook &
Ladder Co. Tho cortege stopped
at Central Union Church, whore re
ligious services woro hold over tho
body; thence proceeding to Nuiianu
uomotory. The body was commit
ted to its kindred (I11.1t in tho Odd
Follows' plot with tlio impressive
burial rites of tile Order, conducted
by C. J. Fishol, District Deputy
Grand Sire for the Hawaiian Islands.
Tho late Mr. Horrick is generally,
mourned as an honest and industri
ous man and an excellent citizen.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
The bride named in a marriage
notice to-day- Florence Forsyth
Purvis is a sister of lrs. E. W.
Holdbworth of Honolulu.
T. W. Rawlins offers the building
formerly used as a soap factury, at
Leleo, and another liieproof build
ing for sale at moderate tonus.
T. V, Kawlins has a notice else
where informing the public of his
disposal of tho soaii business to M.
V. McChesney ,t Sous. Mr. lCtiw
lius can lie found during business
hour.s through Bull telephone No,
207, ami at other times through Boll
Prof. I Lombard, A. 1$., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and in clashes; French, Spanish,
ami Latin. Kosidoucu, Alitkea htreot,
near V. M. C. A.
A northeast wind and rain storm
has boon raging horo for tho past ton
days or two weeks, with every indi
cation of continuing all sutntner, and,
in viow of tho fact that this storm
was closoly proceodod by a gonuino
old-fashioned Kona of three woolcs'
duration, wo have become firmly con
vinced that tho inhabitants of Kauai
aro unusually blossod with angelic
dispositions as wo have hoard no
murmurs and social ovonts follow
each other as though storms wore
unknown, and tho winds had not
blown strong enough to take tho
capillary attachment off tho heads
of Mr. Stovo King and Frank Bab
Of course- this is only supposition
al. Possibly it may have boon that
Stove's cat "Maria" has licked thoir
faces; at all ovonts, tho gentle zephyrs
will not warblo through thoir whis
kers for some time to come.
Wednesday ovoning, Feb. 22, a
most delightful social and hop was
given at K. P. Hall, Koalia, by tho
handsomest young man on Kauai.
Of course it is ueedless for mo to
say who this is. and so 1 will not
montiou Chief Engineer Mr. Win.
Eassio's namo. Everybody and all
hor friends woro there. 'The hall
was beautifully docorated with ferns
and flowers, which with tho protty
toilots and sparkling eyes of our
roso-bud girls presented a very bril
liant and animated appearance. Tho
refreshments woro fir.st-class and in
cluded strawberries, ice cream and
all tho other delicacies of tho sea
son. Mr. F. Babcock fell "Over tho
Bannister" as usual. Miss Gortrudo
Toms and hor sister Mrs. McVoy
Rock-a by 'd thoir Baby, with sopra
no and alto accompaniment, and tho
oft ropoatod request, as wo disen
tangled ourselves from tho mazy
dance in tho tiny hours was: "Please
do so somo moro, Mr. Eassio. Bravo!"
Saturday tho ZbUi Mr. and Mrs.
Wm. Blaisdell givo a "high five" at
thoir elegant homo, in celebration
of their cryst.nl wedding. Tho invi
tations aro out and a delightful time
is anticipated by tho fortumito hold
ers of tho slips.
Tho Makeo Sugar Co. have thoir
warohouso packed full of sugar
somo 5000 bags or more owing to
poor steamer service, and tho mill
still continues to grind.
Tho wind is blowing a hurricano
from tho northeast and tho rain
comes down in torrents with its
coasoloss "patter, patter, patter on
tho window pane."
Koalia, Kauai, Feb. 25, 1893.
COXJRT OF FUBLIO OPINION.
A. Ii. Johnson Shirt Co. vs. Tho Peo
ple ex rel.
(Summon with Notice.)
Tin: Siiiiiimxki.ii, attorney for plainti!!',
coiner King mid Alukcn streets.
Hand-mh-Down Siiiut, defendant's attor
ney foi all tlie stoics.
TO THE PUBLTC:
You arc hereby aummwird and com
manded to appear, all other business
excuses, notwithstanding that, A. L.
Johnson makes the best and cheap
est lino of all kinds of Shirts at his
factory, corner King and Alakoa
street in tho City of Honolulu, Coun
ty of Good Government, State of
Oahu, between tho hours of 8 a. 111.
and 5 p. m., on and after tho (5th day
of October, 1892, and then and thoro
show cause why you should not bo
punished for not patronizing tho
long established shirtmakor and to
testify to tho best of 3'onr knowledge
as to tho quality and inako of John
son's Shirts with all tho latest and
best improvements made to oidor,
and for salo by tho above plaintiff in
tho above said promises. Should
you fail to put in an appearance in
the above said place you will bo
adjudged guilty of contompt, for
feit a good shirt and bo sentenced
for life eating Poi.
A. L. JOHNSON,
Plaintiff's Attorney, corner King and
N. B. Ordors received by mail.
Prove all things, and hold fast to
that which is good.
No shyster collectors wed appear.
Joseph V. Dory, of Warsaw, 111.,
was troubled with rheumatism and
tried a number of. different romodios,
but sajs nono of thorn seemed to do
him any good, but finally ho got
hold of one that speedily cured him.
Ho was much pleased with it, and
felt sure that others similarly afflict
ed would like to know what tho
remedy was that cured him. Ho states
for the benefit of tho public that it
is called Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
For salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agonts for tho Hawai
CARD OF THANKS.
rpHE FAMILY OF THE LATK W. E.
X Horrick wlh to thank the Odd Fel
lows' Lodges, Central Union Church, the
Honolulu Fire Department and others i ho
kindly assisted dining his last illness
and nt the funeral,
including llio-c who
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC.
TO INFORM Abb MY
customers mid the nubile
generally that I Imvu disponed of my Hoaji
business to the Honolulu Soap Company,
for which .Messrs. M. W. McCliusnuy A
Sous are Sole Agents and msclf tlio Man
ager of the Hoaji Factory. Thanking the
)iiblie for Its kind patiouage for the past
sevuntcen years, I would respectfully soli
cit a continuance thereof for the Honolulu
oOl-lw T. W. RAWLINS.
ALL WHO WISH TO COMMUNICATE
with 1111 by telephone In business
hours, please Hug 1111 Bell No. 'J7. and nil
who wish to telephone out of business
hours, please ilug up Hell No. ,V.
Ult-lw T. W. RAWLINS.
TO LET, OR LEASE.
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to, another Building, llrcpruof, 12x21 lent
In thin Icar, and II Icet height of wall in
the rear of the itluvi may he tiil.cn idugl
or togethei, Modcriltu terms to it good
IMMw T.W ItAWMNH.
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers!
AVc wunt to cull tlio attention
of our putrons to a novelty which,
from tho favor it bus been re
ceived with, we believe has conic
to stay and become an indispen
siblo article of gent's furnishing.
A glance- at the cut above will
show at once tlio superiority of
goods made in this manner over
those heretofore in vogue.
Scriven's Patent Elastic
Seam Drawers aro provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Insertion at tlio
inner and outer seams, which
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in fit. Tho drawers aro
cut in figure outlines and afford
the wearer all the advantages of
knit goods, while retaining the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
Tho Patent Elastic, Sham,
which contains no itmiuKR, re
tains its springiness and wears
longer than tho oilier portion of
the garment.. It makes the
drawers conform to tho position
of tho wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitudo
the body assumes.
It will also bo found thatthese
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers
are equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow the
greatest freedom and easo- of
motion. In the position as
sumed in the cut, not the least
tension is produced on tho main
portion of the goods, while tlio
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 of
the material known as "Jean"
to bo the coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen labrics.
They say that there is "noth
ing new-under the buu," but tho
follow who said that was all
wrong, lie forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they'ro always mak
ing something now in that line.
Tho latest yet, we have just
received samples of, from tho
manufacturers. It consists of
Gauze, Balbriggan, or Silk Un
der Garments with WOOL skill
fully woven into tlio breast and
back to protect tho most vital
parts of tho body from cold or
chill. To the many people who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of tho irritation some
times folt, these goods will bo a
great boon, as, while thoy will
have the advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, tho lungs and
back will have a nico warm cov
ering of wool. From the many
sontiinontH of approval wo have
heard regarding tlieho goods wo
beliuvo them lo bo a good thing
for our climate, and Jiavo placed
our orders for a full stock,
which will be on sale in about
To any person desiring to see
the samples which wo have wo
will be pleased to show Ilium.
Pacific Hardware Co, L'd
OF VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY. AN INVOIOK OF
IRON AND. BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLETE OUR
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
Giant Nail Fullers, Ijariat Swivels,
Turner's Snips and Shears,
Awls and Tools, Oarden Trowels,
Egg Bitters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
Erom Senior Snnrcon
I to the Central London Throat and
Ear Hospital, London, Edr.: "I pro
scribe Cushman's Menthol Inhaler
to the extent of hundreds per
From 8. 8. uisuop, cm
caKO,Ill.t "I am constantly us
ing and prescribing yoar Menthol
From Dr. W. Gatewaoa,
Del Rio, Texas : "I am enthusiastic
ovoryour Inhaler, and shall rocom
mend It to all my friends."
From Enstcrn Mnnneer
Registered Pharmacist: "I have
used your Menthol Inhaler for tho
past three years and fonnd it lnval
nablo for catarrh and colds."
From C. B. Rogers, of
the firm of Rogers BroSj, mfrs. of
Silverware, Meriden, Conn. : "I
recommend uushman's Menthol in
haler to all my friends as lthas dono
mo so much good."
lis neat, clean, convenient to
j carry, pleasant to use, costs 50
Scents, and lasts one year. A
Itnal will convince you. At
druggists or by mail lor 50 cents.
B. D. CV8HMAN,
Three Rivers, SXIcb.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IO & Fort Street,
IB. IF1. EHLERS & CO.
-- AFTER TAKING STOCK ALL KINDS OF ;
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored!
At half the former cost.
Velvet & Smyrna Riags
In all sizes greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost !
EW In fai-t wo oiler IiuineiiHP
EST Dressmaking Under tho Management ol HISS E. CLARK. 4
Por S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
ELECTION OF OX'FIOEUS.
Tin: AiuoiniN'Ei) annual
tini! of t he Dal v lliilli-tln Pub.
lii-MiiK Co., (L'd), lipid thlHdnv. the fol
Itiwinu, olllccm uoro elt'i'ti'd for the current
II. E. Mulurynt .. .. Proildcnt,
K11111I, Parker Vice-President,
D.inlel Lokiiii .
. . rHM'retary mid Treaniirer.
It. It, Hind ... Vmllior;
tlicto with Dr. (1, Triiiinmm,
llnnid ol Ulnctorii,
Honolulu, l'uh, lil, I5UJ.
& Lace Leather
LINE OF SIZES.
KCon.olu.l-u, EC. I.
Bargains in nil DcjiartiiieiitH.
VALUABLE SHARES OF
Stock and Real Estate
inoia S-AXjH3 !
I have hiriiale tho undermentioned Bhares
of Htock and Real Estate:
.v. L. Co. 1'or
8 Hlmrtts Kllauca
21 Share Reciprocity
IU Slim cm Honolulu Dairy
Co, Par value
Lot Ho. 2, Block 35, at Pearl City Peninsula
Area abinit-'Jj; Acres.
House ctt Kapalamd,
At iircxeut occuilcd by Prof, Onlwuv, con
Kletlntj of S Ituoinx with Ktiiblc mid Car
riuyn 1 1 ipiivci one iiiIiiuIc'm walk from train
earn. K.W For further particulars ujlply to
Lewla J. Lievay,
"'s-lw Cor. Fort .V (lulyuffflft
ELECTION OF OFI'IOEItS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETINO OFTHE
Hawaiian Rullnud Co.. (L'd), held
nt their otllcu thl duy, the follmvliiK ucn
tleiucii wen' elected to ncrv(i durlnj; thu
C. L. Wluht . .
W. (I. Wilder.
H. II. Wilder
U.J. Uull.. . . .
W. F. Allen ,