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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KHOM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1. 189'.'.
lA-nvo Honolulu.. .(I:ir
Arrivo Honolulu.. 8 :U5
A.M. P.M. P.M.
1'kam. Ottv Local.
Lcavo Honolulu 6:10$ ...
Arrive Pearl City 5:4S ...
Lcavo l'cnrl Olty..U:63
Arrivo Honolulu, 7:30
Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
I1Y l J. LYONS.
LOCAL- AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 12 m. Wonthor
hazy, wind frosh oust.
Tho Anglican Chronicle and tho
Friend for April are- out.
A little lightning, a little thunder
and a little rain last night.
Tho P. G. band will play as usual
at Emma Square this afternoon.
A native named Moko Wahailti
has beon arrostod for larcoiy of a
Tho S. S. China mado tho passage
from Yokohama in 9 days and 12
Tho mail for San Francisco by the
S. S. China will close at 10 o'clock
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Last Quarter of tlio Mounun tho 9th at Hi.
4 mill. a. m.
Tliuu Whisllo blows at 111. 23m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which li the same us I-Jli. Uni.
0s. of Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATUKDAY, APRIL 8, 1893.
Sati'rpay, April f
from Yokoliama and
S S China. Sciihury,
Stmr Mokolii from Molokai
Stmr Waialeale from Hainakua
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
S S China, Scabury, for San FraneiMio at
11 a in
"Lady of the Twilight" this even
ing. All stars but no connection
with tho waning Star.
Tho Supromo Court has ovor-ruled
tho oxcoptions to tho conviction of
Lou Tai for embezzlement of 1000.
Mr. E. M. Walsh, former mauagor
of Paia plantation, Maui, returned
from abroad by tho S. S. Alameda
Tho now organ for Central Union
Church arrived on the Alameda, and
is being erected by Mr. L. M. Clarko
of Portland, Oregon.
Tho Bulletin is iudobled to Cap
tain G. H. Griffiths of tho barken
tiuo S. G. Wilder for Now York
papers mailocLfrom San Francisco.
Charles Bagwell, who arrived
yesterday from Canada, is a sister of
Mrs. Poter High. On her journoy
hero sho lost her husband by death
at Los Angeles.
Tom Morrison has been appointed
driver of Eugino Co. No. 2 in placo
of Ben Gallagher. Morrison was
drivor of tho same machine in tho
The Hawa.ian National Baud will
give a concert at the Hawaiian Hotel
this evening at 7:110, complimentary
to tho guests at tho hotel and ail
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at '2 p m
Stmr .lunies Jlakee for Hanalel and Hana-
maulu at 4 d m
Stmr Waiiuanalo for Molokai and Maui
From Yokohama and Japan, per 8 S
Cliiim, April S For Honolulu: Mr Hardy
Iimi.su, Mr and Mrs .T H Durkor. For San
Francisco: Marlines d'Aunrogno, liovand
Mrs licckwith and '2 children, K V Drown,
A liurman, Or J Callandican, Chan Hull,
Mrs M A I neek and 2 children, Mons
Chiari, Chun Qunn Kco, Fran Denster,
Major It Dores, Alex Duncan, E von
Kwald, Pro Fano, Q Oalbriali, Conte
Gloria, Miss Mary A Green, Mrs Snodgrass
and child, A J de Souza, A Epannor, A J
Stromo, Chas Sugden. W Swznki, H Hay
akawa, F K Hendry, I)r A L Hess, Miss'A
H Hogg, J E Johnson, W B Jordan, Mrs
loonuss and maid, MKs Clara Luomtas,
Muster Loomis, V h Merriman, Mrs v
Morris. Chas Morton, C Mueller, M Ohama,
S Ohaski, A Oliviari, G Hiuhards, J Sano,
Clement Scott. J T Searle, U J Sepa,
Georges Servas.Dr and Mrs C K Smith and
2 children, Dr E Szekulcsz, Mr and Mrs
Takashima, S Terastaina, Albert Tilt, G
Varesi, T Viranti, J F Watson, Dr O Worcester.
Tho steamer Kinau came oil' tho Marine
Hallway this morning. She will leave on
Monday afternoon on her regular route.
The bowsprit of the missionary packet
Morning Star has been taken out. The
Star is undergoing a general overhauling
in the stream oil' the Fishmarket wharf.
AUMSTRONG-In this city, April 7, 1893,
Mrs. Louisa N. Armstrong, aged 48
years, a native of Hawaii.
An Evening With Handol.
At Mr. English's lecture on Tues
day evening tho following selections
from tho works of tho great' master
will be rendered:
1 "I know that my Kedcemer Livoth"
Miss Dale with l'inno and Organ
2 Largo" Violin Solo
3 "O Liberty 1" ludas Maccabieus
-1 "Harmonious Blacksmith"
Ariu and Variations for i'iano
f "Honor and Arms" "Samson"
0 "Lascia Ch'Io 1'iunga" "I'lnuldo"
7 "Angels Ever Bright and Fulr" ....
Y. M. 0. A.
At tho annual mooting of tho Y.
M.C. A., Thursday evening Inst, tho
following officers woro elected for
tho ensuing year:
C. B. Hiploy, President j
W. 0. Yvoedon, Yico-Prosidont;
E. A. Jones, Treasurer;
G. H. Babb, Recording Secretary;
H. W. Peck, General Secretary;
T. Rain Walkor and G. P. Castlo,
Those oflicors will bo installed at
tho annual public meeting next
Thursday evening, when tho reports
of officors for tho past year will bo
My wife was eoniiuud to her lied
for over two months with a very se
vere attack of rheumatism. Wo
could got nothing that would nU'ord
her any relief, and as a last resort
gave Chamberlain's Pain Balm a
trial. To our great surprise she be
gan to improve after tho first appli
cation, and by using it regularly sho
was soon able to got up alul attend
io nouso worlc. E. JI. Johnson, of
O. J. Kind son A; Co., Kensington,
Minn. fiOcont bottles for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith A; Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
A portrait of Commissioner Blount
is given in the last Review of Re
views. In tho samo number are some
comical selected cartoons on tho
Tho execution sale in tho matter
of Captain Davie?, which was to
havo taken placo to-dav in front of
tho Marshal's olhce, has boon
poned until Monday at noon.
Owing to sickness in tho family,
Miss Castlo will not bo able to play
at tho Handol lecture on Tuesday
evening. Miss Hoppin has most
kindly offered to take her placo.
Cheo Geo, for the larceny of a
pair of pants belonging lo Goo Kim,
Chinese merchant, was sentenced in
tho District Court this morning to
three months' imprisonment at hard
Stephen von Berg has been ap
pointed a luna to laky charge of
Government lands in Nuuntiu valley
to take up estrays thereon, also
upon Government roads botwoon
Judd street and tho Pali.
Pictures of Thurston's cvelorama
of Kilauea in course of construction
at tho World's Fair are shown in
Hobron, Nowmau & Co.'s window.
It promises to bo a groat attraction
among all tho great sights of the
No dico-shakiug or card-playing
for drinks will bo allowed in the sa
loons hereafter, as Marshal Hitch
cock has issued an order to that
effect. Tho order says: "Shaking
dice for drinks is equivalent to slink
ing for monoy."
Tho S. S. China arrived from
Yokohama and Hongkong this
morning and anchored autsido. . Sho
had four cabin passengers and K15
Chinese steerage, and 500 tons of
freight for this port. Tho China
will resume hor voyage to San Fran
cisco at 11 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing, tho mail closing an hour earlier.
Tho Hawaii Potioi Dramatic Co.
hold a full rehearsal of tho histori
cal play, "Lady of tho Twilight," at
tho Opora Houso yostorday evening.
Tho costumes and scenery aro all
new and a good entertainment is
promised. Tho Hawaiian National
Band will compose tho orchestra,
and now Hawaiian songs will be
Two natives, Joe. Kulolio and
Paoo, who were sentenced to pay
S500 linos, on April 7 and 8, 1892, re
spectively, or bo imprisoned, were
(usonargeu lrom prison tins morn
ing by Foster and Wilcox, JJ., it ap
pearing to thorn that tho men have
no property', and according to the
statute, having served one year, thov
aro sot at libortj-.
Political without any politics in it
is again the beginning' of t lie Hawai
ian Hardware Co.'s weekly announce
ment. Economical is its ending
with, however, much to assist in the
economies of a thrifty household.
It is really of more practical intercut
than Thurston's epistle to Colburn,
which reporters find as hard to get
as enlightenment from Col. Blount.
Mous. G. B.d'Auglade, late French
Commii-Monor at Honolulu, has been
promoted to the post of Consul
Goneral at Now Orleans. Mods.
d'Auglado arrived hero in IBM! and
led a year ago, leaving Moim. Yizza
voiin in charge of the Legation, with
Mr. W. M. Giffard as acting Chan
cellor. Latuly Mons. d'Auglado has
published a book on Hawaii under a
iioiu de plume,
Exciting Half-Hour on runchbowl
Slopos This Morning.
Tho foreign newspaper corres
pondents at present crowding our
hotels havo fallen asleep for want
of an' sousation since tho raising of
tho Protectorate. This is probably
why none of them wore on hand to
record a terrific battle fought on
the slopos of Punchbowl this morn
ing, tho most noisj' if not tho most
disastrous outbreak since the sharp
shooters bombarded tho oil tank on
July 30, 188a
There live in tho classic quarter
indicated two couples a Port uguese
man with a native wife and a native
man with a Portuguese wife. Each
couple, though fairly well-to-do, is
yet poor onough to keep a dog. The
dogs might bo twins, both being
black and about of a size. Ono of
tho women with her faithful mastiff
following hor was bringing homo a
now broom whether of tho P. G.
brand or not deponent cannot de
pone or say. Sho wont into a houso,
icaving the broom standing against
At this moment along comes the
second woman, hor dutiful hound
guarding her heels. Tho dogs not
sharing the mutual friendship hith
erto existing between their owners,
and in defiance of all treaty engage
ments and instructions from Wash
ington, without any preliminary de
claration of war other than low
growls engaged in mortal combat.
Each furious beast in a twinkling
had its fangs deep in a fleshy part
of tho others body, and all tho yells
of tho second danio could not make
either relax its deadly grip.
The woman seized her neighbor's
broom and with purported impar
tiality belabored tin brutes in the
interest of peace. Buckets of water
wore poured over tho inveterate
combatants without effect. Equally
futile was active play of a Chinese
hackman's whip on their passion
fevered pelts. Damo No. 1 was at
tracted out by tho clamor. She
jumped to tho conclusion that tho
armed arbiter was favoring hor own
dog in tho distribution of her blows.
The broom had by this time become
as badly discredited as some of its
prototypes in tho civil service. It
was badly demoralized, while tho
dogs were only settlintr down to
more determined effort. Dame No.
1 ran for a billet of firewood, with
which in a few lusty blows si o
fractured the skull ol her neigh
bor's hound. "Gellert's dying yell'
was tho last sound of that "dog light.
Tho dual alliance for the enforce
ment of poaco was then suddoiih
disrupted. Grim-visagod war broke
out afresh, the new battle being be
tween the women. They sprang at
each other with the ferocity of Am
azons scratching each other's faces,
tearing each other's bangs out by
root. Then the men standing by
hurriedly mobilized their strength
and after a fearful struggle conquer
ed a new peace. There woro threat
enings of the Pan-Punchbowl Male
Alliance becoming involved in indis
criminate belligerency when our vo
lunteer reporter left to enter his
name as a new subscriber to tho
Bulletin and givo this paper a scoop
on tho battle of Punchbowl.
A Follow Countryman Arrested on
Suspicion Thirty Dollars Taken.
The room of linada, Japanese, em
ployed by Mr. J. F. Haekfeld, on
tho' slopes of Punchbowl, was enter
ed between 7 and 8 o'clock on Wed
nesday night, and robbed of 30
and a gold ring, which were in a
purso in a trunk The trunk was
found by a Portuguese yesterday
about ten yards from the house.
There was a trail on the ground
plainly showing from what direction
it had been dragged.
Captain Max Schlommer, of tho
police forco, weiit to the placo to in
vestigate tho case. Ho found that
tho burglar had broken a pane of
glass in a window and, inserting his
hand, unfastened tho hasp and rais
ed tho window. A trunk was lifted
out of the window and dragged a
few yards from the houe, so that
tho robbor could make his explora
tions with deliberation, and have a
full survey of his surroundings.
Marks of tho robber's feet were
plainly traced on tho ground, show
tng that one man had done tho
work. Size of tho fool was small,
and the officer suspected a Japanese
as boinK tho criminal. Llie marks
on the ground wore measured and
corresponded with tho width of tho
This morning Captain Schlcumicr
arrostod a Japanese servant on sus
picion. Tho man had gone to linada
a few days ago and asked him for a
loan of .?3, which request was not
Kahunas at Work.
While festivities were going on at
Kulaokahua yesterday afternoou, in
honor of a lono annexation commis
sioner, a big breadfruit weighiiij
several tons dropped with a
thud near tho commissioner's great
toe, which was only protected by a
No. l'J mocassin ho brought from
Chicago. There was barely wind
enough at tho time to piny Eolian
airs through his bristly whiskers,
and tho chief kahuna of tho Friend
regarded the drop as a worse omen
than would bo a fall in Ewa stock or
Pearl City freeholds. The physi-ciau-in-chiof
to the editor of the
gloaming organ was disappointed
iu not having that great too to dissect.
A Boston Dressmaker
All Who 8uffor Glmllarly, Ro
mombor, HOOD'S CURED.
I & ' SSI"-! Kj
y ts. 'i5;j
21ra. r. TT. Barter
This lady U a well-laiown and popular
"Tlicrolsiioinl.tako r.'iout Hood's Haapa
rllla. Iwantto ti :ihoviuleUly It ciuol ,.o vt
sour stomach, vh oh had troubled ine t .r over a
year. I could not even la'a a sv Mm. of uler
but what I suffered fiom!tvii kim'. t.iit!tr
When 1 began to tako flood's iJir-Himillla 1
could seo good cflccti frcr.i tho fltsttln 'oilu u-i.
1 continued until Iliad taken tin co buiiltM and
104 P'oi't Street, Honolulu,
Corsets of Eiery Description
For Ladies, Misses & Children I
The Well-known P. D. Corsets a A--
The G. P. and R. & G. Corsets
The R. & G. Nursing Corsets, The R. & G. Summer Corsets.
I'.Nlra I.011K Wiilil and Well Kitting.
Common Sense Corset Waists
i ,ibl.' and -n Utdit in WViulit.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDING CORSET
The. Ferris Good Gammon Sense Waists
Kit Children, lit -t fur licilth, Comfort and Wear.
"C'liilclrens Corded "Waists for 40 cts.
havo been cntifclr cur.'.!. I nlc ll:Is state
ment for tlio benefit of others who aro Miffrrrns
similarly." 51ns. V. W. ISAUKr.it, -11 Chester
Park, noston, Mas.
HOOD'8 PILL3"" I1" bout after-OUmor Pllli
Milit ulK9tlon. cure bca Jacho. Try bos. Me.
NOTICE AND PROGRAMME
The Dully liulklln it ihlivrred
carrieri for 60 omtn per month.
Eldor S. S. Bonvnr, of .MoAllistur
villo, Juuinttu Co., J'u., buys his wifo
is Hiibjocl to urnnip in tho tdonmuli,
Liiht miminnr sho tried Ohtiinbui'
liiin'H Coliu, (Jholoni mid Diun'huia
Kotnedy for it, and wna iiiiudi ploiis
oi I with (lit) H)ody roliof it till'onl
od. Shu hus tiiiifu lined it whnnovnr
iinci'bnnry and found that it uuvur
fails. For halo lv all doalors. Jnin
hou, Smith & Co., agon I. s for tho
Mrs. Ramos the Photographer Breaks
up a Home.
J. S. Itamo.s brought a civil hiiit
for dusortion against his wifo, Mrs.
Ramos, who formerly kopt a photo
graph gallery on Fort stroot, in tho
District Court, but as ho had coiii
nioneod a suit for absolute divorce,
tho caso was dismissed.
In tho District Court this morning
Mrs. Jacinto Viorra made a com
plaint against her husband, J. 13.
Viorra, wlio sho claimed had desert
ed hor for Mrs. liamos, to whom he
had been making love for tho past
eighteen days. Mr. Vierra, besides
dosorting his family had also refused
to furnish them means for tho neces
saries of life,
Vierra was asked why ho did not
return to his wife and 'two children,
when ho answered that he could not
stand tho woman's temper. Hn
would support his children, but re
turn to his wife nevorl
Police Magistrate Fostortooutonoed
Vierra to one month's imprisonment
at hard labor, to think the matter
over. Viorra was not satisfied, but
noted an appeal. Bail was fixed at
A Horse Si owned on the Govern
An employee of the Mutual Tele
phone Company named Jos. Frit
chard came near losing his life, in
addition to tho drowning of the
horse he was driving, on Wednesday
afternoon. Pritchard was driving iii
a brake to Wainlua when, this side
of Gaspar Silva's placo, he noticed a
muddy lake in the middle of tho
(Jovorinnont road. Not thinking
that it was deep, being in the public
highway, ho drove right ahead. The
horo immediately sanlr up to his
belly in the lake, and beuan floun
dering about. Fritehard was thiown
out, and had no little trouble iu ex
tricating himself from the boghole. '
The horns was not so fortunate,
however, as, after kicking about for
some time, lie got entangled in the
harnes and was drowned.
This boghole is stated by resi
dents in thai vicinity lo have been
tlioio fur two mouths, mid how man
and beast e.ic.pnd injury before is a
mystery. The existence of the ipiay
mire has been known also to the road
supervisor at Waialua, a Into ap
pointee of the Provisional Govern
The advert i.-iing of Hood's Snrsa
parilln apnoals to the sober, common
wminis of thinking people, because it
is true; ami it is always fully sub
stantiated by eudoinumeiits wiiieh iu
the financial world would be ac
cepted without a moment's hesita
tion. They toll thu story llood'rt
st. Axnnnw's catuedii.vt,.
First Sunday after Easter: (i:o9 a.
in., Holy Communion; 1 1 a.m., Ma
tins and sermon; hymns 127, 1I1S and
1:57; 7:.'!0 p.m., evensong; hymiia 125,
131 and 110.
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow. Sunday, will bo as fol
lows: 11:15 a.m., Morning prayer with
sermon; To Deuni. Tour.-, in F; Jubi
late, Tours in F; authein, "Christ
being raised from the dead," by El
vey. (5:30 p.m., Evensong with ser
mon; Magnificat, Maunder in 15;
Nunc Dinnttis, Elvoy in D; Anthem,
'He is risen," by Simper. lev. Alex.
MaukinliMth, pustur. Aw aro invited.
Sunday Services (5 and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. English sermon at
tho 7 a. m. Mass, oven' Sunday
during the wholo year." 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sermon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Rosary and Catechism. -1 p.m., in
winter season (November to Febru-arj-),
-1:30 p. ' m. in summer season
(February to November), Benedic
tion of the M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Services (5 and 7 a. in..
On Sunday evening, at tho Kau- I
makapili Church at 7:15 o'clock,
there will bo an Easter praise ser-
vice. Besides anthems sung by tho ,
native choir, thoro will bo a violin j
.-olo by Mr. Orinond Wall, vocal solos i
and solos on tho largo organ. All I
seats are free and strangers will bo '
mado very welcome.
The .Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
ltiui Hall, rear of Opora Houso. Ser
vices will bo held Sunday is follows:
10 a. in., Bible class; 1 1:15 a. in. anil
cm) p. m., preaching, Isy iMdor.i.
C. Clapp. Subject: "The" Apostacy
of tho Church
V. M. C. A. HAM,.
Sunday, 11 a. in., services in Onhu
.lail; 1:15 p. in., services in Barracks;
3:30 p. in., Bible Study iu V. M. C. A.
0:30 ). in., Fraiso Service in
V. M. C. A.
Tuesday, 7:30 p. m., Prayer Meet
ing in Y. M. C. A.
SEVENTH DAY ADVESTISTS.
Seventh Day Advent Ut Church,
corner Puuchbowl and Beretania
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social mooting af
ter Sabbath school, liiblo reading
every Sunday evening. Everyone
cex'thai. union cnuncii.
Sunday School at 11.15 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a.m. and nt 7:30 p.m.
Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor at (1:30 p. in.
All are cordially united to those
Clo-o to the ltailmn.l. below Mr. Waller''
Brunerj, to bo held on
Saturday, April 15th,
KltOM Sl:30 A. M. TO
Umler the inanat;"iiii'Ut of Mr.". Wncox
1 ami Mil. U'u.i.t.u, of Ivalihi, ni led liy
I niaiiv White and Hawaiian l.odio:-.
i .Siii'rintiiiilfil by l!i:. Kvinr.i: Ci.i.Miisr,
fin Cliuivli I'lirpo-i'H.
IP -A. X
Twii'l'.iblos -Kuriiuii and ilii.uiii.in; tlial
lbio-.; li'illtu; l.i'mmil 1'UmnrTu-
bli-: l i' Cr.-aiii and Ciiudy
Tiililm; Hi .Ho-.; Kir.
KO ADMISSION FEE YiHA BE CHARGED.
Two HIuk VUik 'lab'ns -Tirkoti '2: Vnl-.
Onu l'ink King Table -TioUeti on Cent.
The Hand of St. I.ouis Collci;o will play
during tlio whole iliij -ovoral nt thuii beaii
tiful piece to rnalco of the owariun nut
only a iterative day, but ul-ii a very enjoy
able one for everyone.
KX& Trains will inn at Kxciir-ioii Unto
from Honolulu and Moanalua to the Fair
GrouniU everv half hour from It . i. to I
r. M.; every hour from 1 to .'!. M.; every
half hour again from ,"i to 7 i m.
ffST- TieKet-. for tlio I.uau may be had
any time after Tue-day. Mareh 1 It'll,
JTCP Tieket-. for Trains (round trip),
only :U cents, will builullvcivd at the Dejiot
on the two piecod'uin das, Apiil l.tih and
N. II. The '.'.k.'. Ticket gives riglii citln'r
to the li'ie. I.uau Table, or to tie l.ineh
Table, or to the lee Cream Table.
HAWAIIAN TAHl.r.: Mi..W. !.. 'Wil
i'(i anil Asid-tants.
! KANCY TAlU.i::-Mr.s. Waller, Mrs. T.
1 A. I.loyd, Mr-. Cooper, Mrs. .1. 1". Moigun
and .Mrs. .1. J.uoas.
I.UAU: Mrs Meek, Mi-s Wright and
IClv CUKAM and CUI',I''i:K:-Mr.-. .1.
W. .McDonald, Mr.-. Arthur MeDov.ell and
the Ml-u- Mul.alu.
CANDY and UI.MoNAJJB TAl'.I.K:
Mi-s M. Tuck and tho JIN I'.-rrj.
C.ltAIl Jl(SXi:S:-Mi-sMa I.loyd.
1.1M.S TAIM.K:-.Mr. .1. Allan and A-sistant-.
SUAIiKS: Mi-s lldtia Mojd.
PALO ALTO STABLES,
Beats Ail Corset
20 bs. W
r,,-M- ' Sk'i -m
which we are Selling at 50 Cents
Covers in all Styles!
will tell you
it is the
?C5r1' You aro ruspoct
I'ully requested to call at
Our Store and get a Fhkk
Samim.k of the
if es tie's
A diinty new bonk,
autlmiities on baby
mother who sends her address
Hiily, by the
free to everv
THOMAS I.nii.MINO & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
And requires only the addi
tion of Water to pre
pare it for use.
Large Packages 50 Cts
iOLLISTER Sc CO.,
109 IPoTt Street,
KConolialia, HC. I.
Gl A S. IL U STAGE
lMl'OKl'Ki: AND IlKAI.r.U IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUH AND FEED.
Fresli California Roll Butter and Island Butter
'g.&J- ALWAYS ON HAND T
Now Gooas Rtcsiveil by EveiT Steamer from San Francisco
Z&- All Onlcib fnithfiilly attornled
ioliciluil ami jiiickcd with ciru.
LINCOLN BLOCK, Kiug Street
to. Satinfaclion giinr.inU'ud. Uland Orders
Bet. Fort and Alakea Streets.
P. O. BOX 372.
noTU Ti'it.r.i'iioNr.ri 'in
-P. O. 1IOX 12U7
1'jvuiioli.stii' hurvicc.-, will bu uon
(liiftcd Isy thu Y. -M. ('. A. in Botliul
hull on .Saturday and .Sunday at 7:!JU
p. in. Kvuryono wnU'iiinis.
Tlio inauv cahon of rhuiiinuttam
cuivd Isy (Jliainliorlain'rt i'ain Halin
(Iu ring tins paat few mouths havo
k'ivou tho iL'oslo Kreat uoufitluncu
in its curat ivo proiscitiu.i, niid havo
shiiwii tliat thoro is dius prosai'atiou
(lint can ins dopoiiili'd upon for that
painful and nggravntui;,' discaht.
ill maker liroi., Lorain, Oliio, nay:
",lr. .Mo.sos i'rioo, of this placo, was
troubled with rheumatism torn long
time. ChamherlainV I'aiu Halm lias
euroil him. Ho Hiys that tho Halm
lint no ocpud." For nalo by all tlonl
or.s. lioiiMin, .Smith iV Co., lipoids
for tho Hawaiian Inlandx.
I'rof. F. Loinlsard, A. H will con
tiiiuo tfiviutr iiml ruction in mivatis
and in clahMi.s; l'nmith, SJianiHli,
and Latin, Uo.sidouce, Alnlum htreut,
nwur Y, M, C. A,
3BO O'FaiTOll 3t.,
Two Blocks from Baldwin Hotel, S. F Cal.
IUKO TO ANN'orSCK TO MY Ol.l) '
friends ami .auims iu llie bl.iuilb tlnit '
1 liuvu iiuri'IiU'Cil tho iibevu titnbli'd aii'l
intcnil to iiiiiiutiiin Its liiiinufulai "Si'i'uiiil
toNonu" 1st clu '.i. l.lvt'rv Ontllttmf awry
ilt'.'-ui'iiilhiuab'ixiii hiiml. i'lirMilc: Mutclit"!
Biiiiim, It o;ul iiml Draft Jldr.-c- iiaraiuocil
us rciiruAtiuiuil. ('nrri-siMiiKliiiico invuod.
U. It. Mll.llb.
fiil'i If l'liipricter.
DR. M. GOTO,
Physician and Suryeou
' Can hocuiiMilUiil ul hi- lo-lilriicciit Kimi
I imiilii, (iu ttit liiuulvii i-iid- ol Km;; an. I l.un
I ulilii nf l.llihii ktii'cl, niii'-c liiiiiii'i'ly iii-cil-I
ilcil liy .Mr. (icii, I.. Du-ha,
I Will Vacciuato from Pure Vac
cine Matter !
Prom S I
LEWIS & CO.,
in wrters, Wliotalc k Rcinil Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Evdry Cala. Steamer
IV U HOl'SIi GOODS A Sl'KOIALTY.
Iahml Onlcis Soliuiloil.
B- &. rSlHCILilHIRS &c GO.
gtf- Ol I i I. Jlnl'IC.
unit from - In a r. m.
I H) a. m.
Iml'lllli I I. AMi 111 M.I l l
Ladles' and Clilldruu's lloois. Shots
SDO IfOriT STI2,HlsaT.
AITKIl I'AKlMi bTot'lv AI.l, KIN'J)" Ol''
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored f
Ai hulf the fiirmcr cii,
Velvet c5c tmyma- .ugs
III all tu. -- iil n'lmi'y).'
Woulen Guotls in Plain, Stdiijil & Piaids, Below Cost I
ll.trgiiiu III nil I)u)i'irluivlltk, rK&
Huh kuiiovmI to Nuiiunii ctrvvl, "Kimtiir'n
Work," oiposltu Muivlmnt slnol.
XW In fuel u mli'r I iiiih-
t" DrwiniaWii3(j'rld,r tlio amuaemaitt ol MISS &. OIAIUL j