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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
FllOM AND AFTEK OCT01IKU 1. 18'Ji.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave. Honolulu. ..0:16
Arilvo Honolulu.. 8:35
8:45 1:45 l:35-f
0:57 2:57 5:35t
10:43 3:43 5:42t
11:55 4:55 0:50t
.... 5:10 ....
.... 5:485 ....
Arrive Pearl Olty
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays cxeoptod. t Saturdays only.
S Saturdays excepted.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
nY e. J. I.YON8.
t a m n
n.in. li.iu. p.m.
2 0 2 10. 7 401
II 20 8 40 SI 30
:i 30 :
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6 0 4
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4 10 4 0 1(1 30 10 0
3 5 0 1 33,11 10,10 40
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4 ft 30 f. 20 11 30 11 33
5 0 0 6 fill' 11 SO
Full Miion in the 2d lit Till. 32m. a.m.
Time Whistle blow Hilt 111. 28m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which is the same, us I2h. Oin.
Us. (if Urecnwieli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1893.
Friday, Mar. I
Stinr W G Hull for Maui and Hawaii
Stmr l'ele for Makawcli
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr "V G
Hall, Mar 3 For Volcano : Mrs VC Pea
cock and Miss l'eaeoek, Mrs U A Peacock
and J Demphv. Way ports: S Louion,
B Congdon, U H Bailey, II VriKht, Itev O
1' Emerson, I' J Hcckcr and wife. Miss
Auld, Miss Maude Vida, Master lleukcr
and 30 deek.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
V S S Hanger, from San Francisco
II B B Adams, from Ban FrancKeo
S S Miike Mam from Yokohama,
Am 4-masted schr Lyman 1) Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle. "N S W
Am 4-nmsted tehr Puritan, Warner, from
Newcastle, N B V
Am 4-mstd selir Alice Cooke, l'cnluillow,
from Newcastle, N S W
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
The bark Forest Queen will load with
coal at departure J5ay lor Aalmlui.
Francisco on her last trip, had a now mast
The steamer l'ele left this afternoon with
a cargo.of coal for the Makaweli planta
The following are the latest foreign ves
sels chartered tor this port:
Barkentino Katie Flickinger, 449 tons,
lumber from Gamble to Honolulu char
tered by Higgins it Collins;
Barkentine Klikitat, 40!) tons, lumber
from Puget Sound to Honolulu chartered
by Pope it Talbot;
Bark Annio Johnson, 917 tons, merchan
dise to Hilo in Bprcckels lino;
Bark S. O. Allen, G55 tons, to Honolulu
in the Planters' lino;
Bark Harvester, 710 tons, returns to Hilo
Brig J. D. Spreckels, 251 tons, returns to
Kahului in Spreckels' line;
American brig W. O. Irwin, to Honolulu
in the Sprockets' line.
Mortuary Report for February.
' lis 5 m ? 5? a
X : 3
5 to 10
10 to 20
20 to 30
30 to 40 .
40 to 50 .
50 to GO
IK) to 70 .
Over 70 .
2 2 3,
3 ml 8
CAUilli or DKATII,
Brain Fever.. ..
('onsuniptiou . .
F.ntcro Colitis. . .
Heart Diseii'-o. .
Pneumonia . .
ParalysiH . . .
COMI'AIUTIVI'. MONTHLY MOUTAMTY.
Deaths ' 0
1 5 Outside
Annual death rato per 1000 per mouth. 21.00
All others .... 20.57
C, II. IIkynoi.iijj,
Agent Board of Health.
Not for Honolulu.
Bishop Vordiur, for about hovou
Years vicar-apostolio of Tahiti, a
Fronch colony, had boon to Franco
to transact mhiio business in connec
tion with his mission, as (ho printing
of books, etc, Ho is now on his way
back to his mission via Sim Fran
cisco, but is not expected to coiuu to
Honolulu. Ho belongs to the Con
gregation of tho Sacred Heart, call
ed of Picpiis, (o which tho Bishop
mid clergy of those inlands also be-Jong,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hunil, 3 p. iii.--Vtttli6r
cloudy, wind fresh vimi.
Win. Crowoa 1ms boon plneed tin
dor tlio nioiliuiil treat muttt of Dr.
Mr. R. N. Webster vn a passen
ger by tho steamer W. (J. Hull this
II. B. M. S. Uynointho was expect
ed to loavo Esqniinalt on Maroh 1st
for (his port.
Used Hawaiian postage stamps in
any quantity aro advertised for at
San Francisco prices.
A piece of blue rag has been hoist
ed at half mast on a flagpole on tho
Quoon Eninia Hall grounds.
A Chinaman named Ah Ilao was
arrested last night for having opium
in possession and selling opium.
All accounts owing tho Fashion
Stables of over three months' stand
ing must bo settled before March
Mr. W. C. Peacock and Mrs. Tea-
cock wero passengers 13 tho steam
er W. G. Hajl this morning for tho
A seizure of 100 tivo-taol tins of
opium was made on the S. S. Belgic
boforo sho loft San FranoiM-o tliis
Rev. R. R. Hoes, Chaplain U.S.N.,
will return to tho United States on
tho through steamer leaving hero
To-day is tho last day of President
Harrison's administration. To-morrow
President-elect Cleveland takes
tho reins oT power.
A native fireman belonging to Me
chanic Engine Co. No. 2 was thrown
from tho jumper this afternoon
while running to tho lire,
Soveral of tho officers of II, 1. J.
M. S. Naniva went on tho cruiser
Kou-go to visit tho Volcano. The
Kongo is expected back in ten days.
Tho O. & O. S. S. Belgic loft about
8 o'clock yesterday eening for the
Orient. The Post-ollieo sent a mail
consisting of 2SI20 let tors and 10!)
Chit Seo, aChino'3 woman, was ar
reted for keeping a hotel without
a license She made default of ap
pearance in the District Court this
Tho steamer C. R. Bishop is ex
pected back from her humane mis
sion in search of the wrecked bark
Lady Lampoon's missing boat either
to-morrow or Sunday.
Tho Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will hold its monthly meet
ing to-morrow evening, Saturday,
March 1, at the residence of Mr. W.
C. Weedon at 7:30 o'clock.
.T. Inch pleaded guilty in the Dis
trict Court this morning to a charge
of assault and battery on his wife,
and was sentenced to thirty days'
imprisonment at hard labor.
Tho quarterly meeting of the
board of trustees of tho Queen's
Hospital will bo held to-morrow
morning at 10:30 o'clock at tho
Chamber of Commerce room.
Tho concert to-morrow evening at
Kawaiahao Church promises to lie a
grand affair. Tho Kamehaineha
Glee Club will appear, as also some
of Honolulu's best musical talent.
A dinner was given at tho Hotel
last Wednesday ovoning, by tho
Japanese ollicials, to tho Captain and
a fow officers of tho now Japane.so
war ship, at which tho Japanese
Prince (a Lieutenant on board) was
L. J. Lovoy will hold a sale of tho
ontiro household furniture of Harry
F. Lowis, at tho residence, Beretania,
near Piikoi street, on Wednesda'
next at 10 a. m. Tho goods to lie
sold comprise a hand.-onio variety of
Owing to annexation movement a
demand has boon created for Hag
stall's. Yesterday Wilder Ao Co. had
one placed over their building, cor
ner l'ort and Queen streets, and tho
Pacific Hardware Co. aro also hav
ing ono prepared for (heir building.
It is now in order for all lovers of
aquatic sport to give James Stans
bury, champion sculler of the world
a fitting reception on his arrival on
Thursday next. Tho champion may
bo induced to give an exhibition in
tho harbor. Ho is bringing his own
shell with him.
An old resident of Jfiu, tho other
side of Diamond Head, drove along
King street yestoiday afternoon at
breakneck speed. Ho was under tho
influence of liquor and plied the
whio at intervals. II is brake nar
rowly escaped collision with tele
phone poles and carriages on the
A large dinner will bo given at tho
Hotel to-morrow evening by the I
prominent ,apani'.-e re.iideuls to tho
Captain and officer.-, of tho Japanese
warship Namva. Covers will lie laul
for nearly lil'ly guests and the Ha
waiian baud has been engaged to
give a conceit during the evening,
in tho Hotel grounds.
Tho coroner's jury empaneled to
inquire into the death of William
Brazier, who was found dead at the
Hay View Resort, rendered the fol
lowing verdict yesterday afternoon;
'That Win. Brazier eaiiio to his
death by tailing aienie poison with
ftiiioidul intent on the afternoon of
Voduo,-day, February 15."
While a Myrtle club crew was out
for a spin tlio other evening il wiii
hailed by a whaler outside the reef
who wanted Honolulu papers, There
happened to lie three copies of the
Uum.iitin in the oarsmen's pockets,
and thoy were reeimed by (he whal
ing men with delight. Tho fact
that the boys carried nothing bill
tlio Bri.i.ini.N about their clothes is
to be noted.
Mechanics' Home, .Miami (II Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
mont 1125(1, ami fjOo. a night ; $1
mid $1.25 a week,
Gift of Oaliu Mormons to tho Great
Tomplo at Salt Lako City.
At tho shop of William Millor,
Hotel street, is a marvel in joinery,
now receiving its final polishing. It
is a table 3ft. (Jin. square with cutoff"
corners and is inado entirely of Ha
waiian woods. Thoro aro 50 or (it)
varieties of wood in (ho (able, di
vided into more than one thousand
pieces. Tho top is all inlaid work,
t ha blocks being of different, natural
colors. They aro so laid as to give
an appearance of steps lending from
all sides to the center. An effect of
exquisite contrasts between tho rich
tinted woods is given. The border
design is of light wood set in dark
and is very pretty. The base is com
pose of four ornamented legs moot
ing in a central standard, to which
tho table top is fastened with a hinge
and a .sliding bolt.
This sjilendid specimen of joinery
in Hawaiian woods has boon made
to tho order of the Mormon church
at Laio on this island, who intend
sending it by next week's steamer to
Salt Lake City, Utah, as a gift, to tho
now Mormon tomplo just completed
thoro after thirty years' work. In
credible as it may appear, the ontiro
work on tho table has boon done
since February (i, when tho order
was given1 to Mr. Millor, who has
executed it without any assistance
It is to bo delivered Monday, or ex
actly ono month from tho tiino it
was ordered. Before shipment to
tliO'Statcs tho table goes to Laio for
exhibition to tho people. Town
people who would like to seo it will
only have tho opportunity until
Monday morning. None who take
an interest in the resources and
possibilities of Hawaiian forests
should miss seoing such a beautiful
composition in native woods. It is
a pity if such a thing cannot bo sent
to tho World's Fair.
Made in the Harbor
Since tho successful work in re
moving the bar at the entrance of
the harbor to a depth of 30 feet, tho
Government hydraulic dredge has
been lying idle in its berth. Yes
toiday evening its machinery was
stalled, and to-day some experiment
al work was conducted at the head
of the Pacific Mail wharf. Tho
pipe discharges on the beach at tho
loot ot Alakoa street, the intention
being to form more new land with
the dredgings at that end of tho
It is purposed to deepen the water
at the Pacific Mail dock, so that tlio
larger steameis of (lie China lines,
now regularly calling hero, may
safely enter the harbor, to which the
gateway has already been oponed.
Thus far the dredging has indicated
the bottom to bo a thin layer of
mud on shelves of hard coral. Tlio
cutter has been attached to the
dredgo again. It, had boon found
only an incumbrance in working tho
sand that barred tho harbor en
trance. A full stream is being dis
charged through tho pipe pretty
highly colored while tho mud lasts
at any point, but of natural color
when tho coral is struck. Tho cut
tor does not seem able to copo with
tho rock. Hon. J. A. King, Minister
of tho Interior, who is personally
watching tho operations, thinks that
tho coral will havo to bo broken up
Four Watches Grabbed by a China
man in Broad Day.
Mr. Thomas Lindsay, watch makor
and jeweler, whoso store is in Mc
Inorny Block on Fort street, was
soldering a brooch in tho back shop
at 11:30 this morning. A ball of gold
exploded ami struck him beside one
of his eyes. The noise drew Mr. J.
Rodanet, watchmaker, from his
place in tho front store.
While the store was thus loft un
attended a Chinaman glided in soft
ly from tho street, reached over,
opened a show cao and abstracted
from it four silver watches. Ho
was just going out of tho door when
ho was observed by Mr. Rodanet,
who rushed after him and collated
him on the sidewalk before ho had
time to conceal his booty.
The sneak thief speaking good
English, with a smile that was child
like and bland, said, ''Excuse me,
please; I was only looking at them."
Mr. Lindsay thought there was no
necessity for his inspection of tho
watches being carried us far as out
doors and had tho fellow sent to
the Police Station. His time will
probably bo kept for him officially
on the roads for a while.
Ah Lo, the Chinaman who was ar
rested for the theft, is not a strang
er to tho police. Ho was arrested
before on a charge of va'grancy and
served his time on tho reef.
SOARED BY THE ENGINE.
A Horso Trio3 to Run oil' with Two
Two eldcrlv women, rolaliws of
Rev. H. II. Bingham, had a narrow
escaped 1 his afternoon from sorioi s
injury. They Vioio seated in the
family buggy outside of Dr. J. M.
Whit'u iy's dental rooms on Hotel
streets, when the fire alarm lang,
The horse did not-heed the noise,
but, when the engine came dashing
out of the Bell Tower, it took fright
aiul'swiugiug round stalled to ri n
away. .J.J. Williams, photographer,
who was standing near, grasped the
reins and held on for dear life. His
weight on the horse's head caused
the animal to fall (Sown, but it strug
gled to gain il legs. Sowiml by
standers seeing the dangerous pn
dicametit of the ladies, sprang to
the horse's head and hold il down
while the ladies wero assisted to
It was a narrow escape, as, if the
hoive had not been held down, tho
result might have been seiioiis, 1
Williams hands wero chafed w
L III) I'Clllb.
Jhtlly Jlulletiii, 61) cent a month,
THE COMMERCIAL SALOON.
Objections Raised by Dofondants on
tho Ohargo of Selling Liquor on
Premises on Sunday.
Tho criminal suit against Maefar
lano k Co. was hoard m the District
Court yesterday. Tho charge pre
sented was: "That Maefarlaiio ic Co.
of Honolulu, licensees of tho Com
mercial Saloon, corner of Beretania
and Nuuanu streets, aro guilty of a
violation of Sec. 25, Chap. II, Laws
of 1882, on Sunday last, by suffering
or permitting spirituous liquors to
bo drank in tho premises of said sa
loon, to wit, in the bar-room "
Counsel for defend.! .; - objected to
tho charge, because in tho summons
tho chnrgo is, in violation of Sec. 23
of said Act.
Tho Court allowed tho charge as
made, dofondants to havo a continu
ance if thoy aro piojudiced to the
Dofondants also objected to any
charge made against Mnefarlano ic
Co.; thoro is no allegation that
Macfarlauo & Co. is a corporation;
service of summons is made on "O.
M. White, attorney for said Maefar
laiio & Co.," which is illegal; if Mac
farlauo fc Co. do not pay tho lino
imposed by either sections (ho de
fendants claimed there is no law by
which thoy can bo imprisoned, whe
ther thoy aro a corporation or a
Magistrate Foster reserved his de
cision till Saturday, March -1th.
Doputy Attorney-General A. M.
Brown for tho prosecution; C. W.
Ashford and 'C. Croightou for de
FIRE AT PAUOA.
Caused by Children Playing With
An alarm for a firo at Pauoa was
rung shortly after I o'clock this af
ternoon. Engines No. 1 and 2, in
charge of Foreman - Win. Downer
and Senior Foreman J. H. Hunt,
wero quickly on tho way. It turned
out to bo a small fire at the house of
j S. Ladd, which was extinguished by
I the neighbors. Tho firo originated
in tho bedroom, and was caused by
children playing with matches. The
bed quilts and mosquito bar wero
destroyed and part of tho room
damaged. Otherwise little damage
No. 2 engine, driven by B. Galla-
i gher, arrived on tho scene first,
closely followed by No. 1 driven by
i J. Warner.
! This is tho first lire since tho in
auguration of the paid department.
I The men wore clothed in reel llannel
i shirts. Tho engineers aro the samo
! as previously - P. Hughes for No. 1
' and G. Triwnsond for No. 2.
Root Beer on
Smith & Co.'s.
draught at Benson,
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith k Co., Agents.
Nativo Fans and Curios in great
variety at tho "Elite Ico Cream Par
lors." Sunburn relieved at once by-Cucumber
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLonnan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone 082.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residonce, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C. A.
Fine .Tub Printing at the Jiullctin OJIicc.
AIJ, ACCOUNTS OWING TH K FASH
loa Stables Co., (Id), of over three
mouths' standing, if not paid by the 31st
of .March, 18'J.J, will be placed in the hands
of u collector.
.1. .1. SULLIVAN,
President Fashion Stables Co., (I.'d).
HAWAIIAN STAMPS WANTED.
L Altai: on small quantities of
Hawaiian used Postage Stamps
bought for cash at Ban Francisco prices.
1 Cent, green 10c.
2 Cent, lose (Kalakana). .. .2."c.
2 Cent, violet (LlliuoUlani) .. .M:
5 Cent, blue 115c.
Others in proportion. Adilress
(WVi-lw Bui.urri.N Ollice.
A .TAPAXKSK IN A SMALL
family, where he would have lime
to study. Address
wn-iw p. o. Box 2oo.
AQIT.VUTKKLY ML'HTINO OF THL
Hoard of Trustees of the Queen's Hos
pital will tuko place on SATURDAY, the
1th .March, at 10:30 o'clock a. m at tho
Hooiii of the Chamber of Commerce.
F. A. SCHAKFIClt, Bec'v.
Honolulu, March 2, 1MKI. Ml-2t
O gcnlle wllli Sad
dle ami llridle. Apply
In "i:.," this olllee.
jA- .wV- , .
Tin: pULMiisK.s lati:-
.L ly occupied by P. P.
Kanoa on King sticet, It
has a Large i aid and the
IIoii-o Is very convenient
JOHN F. COUUHtN.
TO LET OR LEASE.
IIUlLlM.Mi I llll.M- 4 V
riv us'-u as a rao.ui r, .-w
raciorv, i.eico, o ipu-iui win n IkJiirfi.
Halm itiiiittuvsiiui.nl. At- BiaXa&tS.
to, another building, llreprnof, I22I leet
in the clear, anil II leet luilglii o wall in
the tear of the iiliove; may lie laM'ii singly
Moderate terms to a good
T. W. It AWL INS.
rpilUlIi: HAWAIIAN Illtllli ttw
.1. Miilu, Can lu (.en at uorl; win
I...! HMui the KumeliiiiinOiaHoliinil ilw.u
and tlio MusoiiluTuiiiultiiim dav.
Apply lo 'ii;. ll. TllOMAH.
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers!
Wo want lo cull the attention
of our patrons ton novelty which,
from tho favor it has been re
ceived with, we believe has conic
to stay utiil become mi indiwpon
siblc article of gent's funiibhinjr.
A glance at the cut ubovo will
show at onco the superiority of
goods made in this manner over
those heretofore in vogue.
Scuivln's J'atknt Rlvstk
Sham Duawkus arc provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Inskktiox at tho
inner and outer .seams, which
gives elasticity in movement an '
comfort in lil. The. draw, r- a.e
cut in figure outlines and nli'ord
the wearer all liie advantage o
knit goods, u bile ivt lining fie
superior comfort of woven f.ilnie.
The J'atknt Elastic t-M i,
Which CONTAINS NO lM'lll.i I., l'l - ,
tains its springiness ami wears
longer than the other portion of
tlio garment. It makes the
drawers conform to the position
of the wearer and "avoids any
strain, no matter what altitude
the body assumes.
It will also be found thai these
Patknt Elastic Scam Dbawuiis
aro equally woll adapted to nil
athletic positions and allow tho
greatest freedom and ease of
motion. In the position -assumed
in the cut, not the least
tension is produced on tho main
portion of the goods, while tho
elastic .seams allow the transfor
mation of the figure as seen in
the position, which would be im
possible in others without pro
ducing great strain on tiic goods
and friction upon the poison.
We "have now u complete stock
of these goods in all sizes, and
can recommend tho-se made of
the material known h&".Ii-:an"
lo be Hie coolest and bent adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
They say that there is "noth
ing now under the sun," but the
fellow who said Hint was all
wrong. He forgot "Clout's Fur
nishings'" they're always mak
ing something new in that line.
Tho latest yet, we have jtlst
received samples of, from tlio
inanui'ttcltirers. It consists of
(iaiizo, Balbriggmi, or Silk Un
der Garments with WOOL sfcill
fullv woven into tho hroiist and
back to protect the most vital
parts of the body from cold or
chill. To the many people who
cannot v. our nil wool goods on
account of the irritation bome
limcs felt, (huso goods will bo a
grout boon, us, while they will
havo the advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, I lie lungs and
back will have a jiiuu wavin cov
ering of wool. From Ihe inuuv
sent i men Is of approval we have
hoard regarding these goods we
believe them to bo a good thing
for our climate, ml have placed
our orders for u full stuck,
which will be on sale in ubuul
To any person desiring to sue
the samples which we have we
will bo pleased to show theiii.
if ll Ml w1 M
OF VE1SY SUPKIMOlt QUALITY. AN INVOICE OF
I RON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLKTE OUK LINE OF BIZF.B.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
Giant 3STa.il Fullers, 1-ia.ria.t S-wivols,
Turner's Snips and. Shears,
Awl9 and Tools, Garden Trowels,
' Egg Bitters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
From Senior Sarircou
to tho Central London Throat and
Ear Hospital, London, Ene.: "I pro
scriueCushman'B Menthol Inhaler
In the extent of hundreds uer
! roiii a. a. uisuop, cm-
cnKO.IU.: "I am constantly ua
ln and prescribing your Menthol
Dr. TV. Gnlewoocl.
Texas : "I am enthusiastic
Inhaler, and ohall rccoin-
o all my friends."
I'roin Kastcrn Mnuaccr
Registered Pharmacist : "1 have
used your Menthol inhaler for tho
past three years and found it inval
uable for catarrh and colds."
lTom C. II. ItOKcrs, ol
tliollrm of Itogcrs lirosy mlrs. of
Silverware, M.eriden. Conn. : "I
recommend Custmian h Menthol In
haler to all my friends as ltbas dono
itm M, much irood."
Cushmans Menthol Inhaler
is neat, clean, convenient to
carry, pleasant to use, costs 50
cents, ana lasts one year. a.
trial will convince you. At
druggists or by mail for 50 cents.
H. D. CUSHMAN,
Three Rivers, Mlclj.
Sh'jr &3f Stover four
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
B IF. EHZLEIIS & GO.
AFTHlt TAICINO STOCK. ALL KINDS OF
Gmlams in White, Cream and Colored !
At half tho former cot.
Velvet & SmyrnaRugs
In nil fW.cs greatly rejnceil.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
tSf In fiirt wu niter Iiiiiiu,ii"e lluga'uiH in nil Departments -U
iS" Dressmaking Under tho Manajomont of MISS K. CLARE. 3
TO PLANT LOVERS
rpilK l'N'l)i:itSKINi:il DKBIUKS TO
.1. notify tlio inilillc llial lie iB ire wired
tn l'riii.iu,iitiMiliv UI111I of Tri'C, rilirilliur
II.i'.li ) (iinfllMK, lluililine;, HiiiKUiK. "r
..I.. it iiiclliinK N11 p'lyini.iit-) will la. re-
i.iuul until they urn vull niutril. wliif'u
ill tUl.e flUIII M. IW'l'l.r. til I llllMllll!., w-
.oi.liiijr 10 itxcx'iius. Now N tlii tiinii fur
lu.lic., lu miiKu iiiveiiU whether i-Mitii" or
o.itiw-, In Iiur frii'ii.ls. 1 will iil-u iiuilor
t.il to .ii.uli.Mlu nil h'l-i-clN thai prey upon
or -ik tin sip ftoni tret", mill otliiir vi'e,i'-r.-ilil,
wliiuli imii bo u..e!!t'i! from oil tu I'M
hums; no niiro no pay.
1 i'i?- Tin. CuiliMi iiinl Oruugu family n
( tiVi-lui ItU'l.l.iniN UllllT.
1 ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT 'J Hi: AD.IorjtNLI) ANNUAL
i nii'Ktiiii; of tho Daily Itulletin Pub
lirhing io (1,'d), licl.l ihUilay, tin. fo.
lowing olili't'i's woii uliu'lu.l for Oil) I'lirruiit
ILL- .Mi'liityrt).. ,, I'rusi.lent,
Kuiul. I'tirkvr Vlii'tlWIiluiit,
iSwiuliuy iiml TreiiMirer,
II. II. ilinil Unlitor.
Uieu with Dr. (I. Trim
lliMinl of DiriTtorH.
il, IslU, U'lS-lw
j Sttbtcrido for tho Jhily Hulk tin, 60
1 venU per month.
ware Co, W
k Lace Leather
KCon.olu.lvi, EL I.
VALUABLE SHARES OF
Stock and Real Estate
FOB S.A.XjBJ 1
I have for ball' the iiiiilonneiitloueil Sharon
of rituck mid Ileal Estate;
K. L. Co. Pur vnluo
Volcano Hoiim:. Par
Huar Co. Pur
VII I ill' UK.
Ill .Shuii'- Honolulu Dairy
Co. Pur vnluo
Lot No, 2, Block 35, at Pearl City Peninsula
Area about !2j Arret.
House at ICa.pala.iTia,
.t pri's'iit uvctipivu y Piol. Uriiwiiy, ron
flrtlnu of S ltoiuus with Stabli'.i iiiul Cur.
t pri's'iit uvctiplvil ly l'lof. Onhviiy, ron
rtliifi of s ltoiuus with Stabli'.i mm Car
litino Houmjj unuinliiuUi'n walk from triiin-
Kor furtliur particular apply to
Lewis J, Levey,
Cor. Fort & Queen hts.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THK ANNUAL MIIKTINO OI'THK
llawiillaii ItiiilriMil Co.. (LM), held
at their ulllou thin tiny, tliu follow Iiik b'''i
tleiiieii weru eleeteil to htvi .luring tho
c. L. Wlulit
W. c. Wlliler.
K. U. Wilder
(J.J. IVIk. ...
V. V. Allen.
. . ,Kui:rttry,
8. n, WlLDKlt,
i. ,..,,. .HocreUry.
jllonululii, rdi.'il, 1KW, "UM-iw