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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
PltOM AND AFTER. OCTOBER 1. 181)4
A.M. P.M. P.M.
U-nvo Honolulu.. .0:15
Arrive Honolulu. .8:35
1'eahi. City Local.
Lcavo Honolulu 5:103 ...
Arrlvo Pearl City 6:485 ...
Leave Pearl 01ty..u:f.r
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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0 40 2 0
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Full Moon on tliu 30th nt Cli. 52m. p. m.
Time Wliistlo blows nt Hi. 2bin. :Us. p.in. of
Iloiinlulu time, which Is tliu sunie lis 12h. Um.
(is. ot Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1893.
FitliiAY, April 28.
Stmr James Mnkec from Kauat
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
fcsehr Kauikcaouli from Kohala
Fhiday, April 28
Selir Liholilio for Waiiuca
Stmr Kinau fur Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Btnir Iwalani fur Makawcll
Stmr Jns Mukee for Kapaa
Am bk Sonoma, Andoison, for San Fran
cisco Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr Iwalani 1900
bags sugar and 10
Per stmr James Makco
2550 bans sucar.
58 bdls hides
1 horso and 1!) pkgs sun-
Prom Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, April 28
Sirs P W Glado and cliiid, Mrs McGow
an, L H Stoltz, H Mylire, J A Akinu and 3
From Kapnu, per stmr James SInkce,
April 28 I) Noonan and wife, SI D Mon
fcarrat, J Burnside, Mrs Fouk Tai and It
cliildrcn and (J deck.
For San Francisco, per bk Sonoma, April
28 J E Slandecker, H O Fries.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
April US Volcano: Miss M L Damon, A N
Gilmore, Miss A T Uilmore, Miss Grace
Gilmore. Way ports: Mrs J Vicrra and
2 children, W Berlowitz, To Sham You, F
Damon, C O Kichardsun, J A Moore, A
Mooro, Walter A Hardy and wife, K Ogura,
Miss S Bannister, Mrs A T Bannister, M A
wonsaives, J x lionsaives, is. ratuaiiiei,
A Young, Mahukoua.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
'HUMS Royal Arthur from England
H 11 M S Tcmcraire from Kngland
S S Mariposa, Hayward, from San Fran
cisco, duo May 4.
S S Monowai, Carey, from the Colonics,
due May 4.
Am bktne w H Dimond, Nllson, from San
Francisco, due April 23.
Am 4-mastcd schr Lyman D Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, N B V
Am 4-ni King Gyrus, from Newcastle, N S
W, April 5-10
IJrbk Gainsborough, from Newcastle, N S
Bk Lamorna, from Newcastle, N S W,
Bk Amy Turner, from Boston, due May
Am bkt Amelia from PortTownsond
Vessels in Fort.
U S S Adams, Nelson, from San Francisco
HiiMfl Uyacinthe from Esquimau
H 1 J M S Naulwa, Togo, from Japan
U S F S Mohican from San Francisco
U b b Boston, Day, from Hilo
-.m bktne Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco Am 4-masted schooner l'uri tun, Peterson,
days from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-ui bktne W It Hume, from New
castle, N 8 W
Am bktno S G Wilder, Grifliths, from Han
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia
Am bk Ceylon, from San Francisco
Am schr Aloha, Dahcl, from ban Francisco
Schooner Liholilio will leave for Wai
muu this uvcaing with loo tons of coal.
The bark Sonoma, Captain Anderson,
nailed for the const tliisatteinooii with the
following exports of sugar: 21,311 bags, 11.
Huekfeld it Co.; 5100 do., M. S. Griiibaum
it Co. Weight, .'l.lsl.UJ.'i pounds; value,
Tho more Chamberlain's Cough
Itemed' is used tho bettor it is liked.
Wo know of no other remedy that
always gives satisfaction. It it, good
whou you first catch cold. It is
good when your cough is seated and
your lungs aro sore. It is good in
any kind of a cough. Wo havo sold
twontj'-fivo dozen of it and ovorj
boltlo has given satisfaction. Stud
man ii Friedman, druggists, Minne
sota Lake, -Minn, fit) cent bottles
Tor salo by all doalurs. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for the Hawai
A. That follow Sharploigh is the
most insufferably conceited man 1
over saw. What has ho over done to
gain such a high opinion of himself
ii, 1 boliovo ho once found a mis
take in a newspaper. Tiil-Jlltn,
A hundred men may maku an on
cauipiuont, but it takes a woman to
muko a homo, UUinae I'rovtrba,
,,AY-ul5l5f Sig e i'l
"PEr-Soc-PC' g S? 5
LOCAL AND GENEBAL NEWS.
N. P. Bnrgoss will havo nn upright
piano to lot May a.
Tho band will piny at Thoinns
Sqnaro this ovouitig.
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of H.,
will moot this ovouing.
Diamond lload. 3 p. m. Weather,
cloiulyj wind, light northeast.
Tho U. S. S. Muiiicnu will luavo
for tho Coast on Tuesday next.
Tho P. G. band will piny at tho
basobull gatno to-morrow afternoon.
Hnwaiis and Crosconts will opon
tho baseball season to-morrow at
Tho cantata "Flower Queon" will
bo repented by request on Tuesday
evening next in Kawaiahao Church.
In tho current nunibor of tho Y.
M. C. A. Koviow will bo fouud in
full tho roports read nt the annual
Sugar, 96 tost centrifugal, was
31c. in Now York at latest advices.
Tho figuro given yesterday was for
Saturday at tho fair will bo a rare
opportunity for tourists to procuro
Hawaiiau curios at very much re
Tho Collector-General of Customs
has favored us with a copy of his
annual roport for tho year ending
Doc. 31, 1892.
Nineteen hundred bags sugar woro
at Kerdia, Kauai, awaiting trans
portation whoii tho steamer James
Makco loft yesterday.
Walter A. Hardy and wifo loft by
tho steamer Kinau this afternoon
for Hawaii. Mr. Hardv will assume
the duties of Deputy Slioriff of Ha
waii on arrival.
Captain Nelson of tho U. S. S.
Adams visited this ollico this after
noon, to return tho call of the
Bulletin representative on board his
ship on arrival.
Harry Davison and Miss Mary
Kawahahoo Kyo woro married j'os-
torclay evening m liawaiaiiaoUliuroh.
The marriage coroinory was con
ducted by Rev. H. H. Parkor.
It looks liko old times to seo tho
mooting flag of Engine Co. No. 1
flying. Tho old volunteer com
pany is going to havo a special
business meeting this evoning.
Aloha Court, Independent Order
of Porestors, hold a mooting yester
day evening, but could not do much
business for want of the supplies ex
pected by next through steamer.
Three Chineso highbinders woro
sentenced to six months' imprison
ment in tho District Court this
morning for assault and battery on
a fellow-countryman. An appeal
Tho Planters' Monthly for April
is out. It donies that there was
ail' sugar in tho revolution. There
was vinogar in it, might havo boon
added, but it was quickly shipped
Johnson tho shirt man is a hustler
and no mistake. Ho lakes odds from
nobody, but can givo fits
body. Johnson is a good
a bettor shirt-maker. His shirts
are waving all along tho lino from
Hawaii to Niihau.
Mr. Kleinmo denies that there
was a prize fight in tho Commercial
tho other night, but only a friondly
set-to with six ounce gloves. Thoro
was no championship m it, no Knock
out, nobody hurt. Tho fight was
awarded to Klemiue.
Tho Hawaiian National band will
rondor a most delightful program
on Saturday afternoon and evoning
at tho Armor. Lovers of good
music may spend tho time most
pleasantly in the large cool hall,
and bo performing an act of charity
at tho same time.
A hot-headed annexationist tailor
uptown remarked tho other day that
if President Clovoland "refused to
annex thoso islands ho would bo
mobbed." Another annexationist
remarked that Clovoland would bo
rushed out of tho White Houso by
tho citizens of tho United States.
Wonder what Cleveland will think
Captain Nelson of tho barkontino
W. H. Dimond was recpiosted to call
at the Station, and recover James
Maguiro, tho deserter who was
caught in tho mountains yostorday.
Tho captain stated that ho had no
further use lor the mau. Maguiro
will bo held, however, pending tho
arrest of his follow mountain com
panions. Sylvano, manager of the Enter
prise dairy, mot a man on his pro
mises in Wuolaui Vallov, yostorday.
Ho asked tho man what he was doing
there, whon the man told him thai
ho was a deserter and was living in
the mountains. After a few minutes,
parley the stranger wa told to make
hiuiMtlf scarce. The deserter was a
tall men and had in his po.-esMou a
Itnifo and a revolver.
SHOT IN THE NECK.
Valuable Horuo Itodu by a l'atrol
mun Seriously W'oundod.
A man named Scott, a member of
tho mounted patrol, rude out from
the Club Stable.-, building shortly
after !) o'clock thin afternoon. Out
on tlic hlrcoi llie animal began
prancing, when a belt in which was
a 11 calibre pistol dropped from
Scott's waiat. Tho belt Mruck on
the edire of the sidewalk and the
pistol went oil'. The bullet htruck
the lu)io in the neck and he fell
down. The animal was taken into the
yard, and Dr. Moumirral ivnn call
ed. Tho wound if very herioiis and
should iiillatumatiiiii m( in the ani
mal, a valuable one, will die.
Dick (translating l-'reueh) Say,
Tom, what is the J'YuunIi of war
Iioimi? Tom Why, ur-er-hors (In
combat, I think, llunurd iMinpuun,
EXPLOSION IN GAZETTE OFFICE.
Troublo Caused by Original Compo
sition of n Native Typo.
l is not generally known Hint
there was oxcitomont bordering on
tho necessity of reading tho riot net
in tho ollico of our neighbor yester
day forenoon. In tho issue of tho
Hawaiian dnily Kuokon, a paper ad
vocating annexation, a subject dis
tasteful to llawaiians, thoro was a
column article written by John N.
losopa, son of llov. J. K. Iosopa. as
sistant edit"r of tho Kuokoa. Tho
young aspirant to literary famo gnvo
fifteen reasons why tho Island of
Mnui should bo considered as tho
proinior island group. Maui was tho
birlhplaco of some of tho fornior
aliis (kings mid, princos), and that
was whore tho first laws woro mndo.
There tho first school was establish
ed, which turned out many of tho
most influential citizons of to-day.
Thoro the first Christian homouudor
Fnthof Aloxandor was inaugurated.
Thoro General Armstrong, Hawaii's
first general, one who figured in tho
civil war botwoen the North and
tho South, was born. Knhului had
tho honor of having tho first rail
road. Between Wailuku and Laha
inn tho first telephone linos woro
strung. On Maui is tholargost plan
tation, second in sizo only to ono in
Egypt. On tho Island of Maui aro
three millionaires, Jamos Campbell,
Clans Sprockols and H. P. Baldwin.
To Ulupalakua and Lahaina aro ac
corded tho first honors of giving two
distinguished mou to Hawaii, It. W.
Wilcox and D. Makalua, who aro
married to foreign ladies. Maui pro
duced tho only man who raised a
civil war in 1889. Maui opened tho
first seminary. All Maui's judges
aro pure Hawaiians educated in Ha
waii. Maui produced the most dis
tinguished lawyer, J. W. H. Kauahi.
Aftor rambliug through this string
of notables who distinguished the
Island of Maui, tho articlo goes on
to say that tho next in order would
be a union with tho United States.
Tho foreman of tho Kuokoa, a
young fellow named Kapu, son of
Rev. Kapu, thought to put up a job
on Iosepa. Consequently yostorday
ho composed nearly a column of
matter, putting it in typo out of his
head, which ridiculed the articlo of
tho previous day. Kapu's articlo
contained among other things the
Maui has turned out -some vory
big fools, inasmuch as thoj' started
in to scale a squid Maui has turned
out exceptionally good men, whou
thoy tried to paddle a canoe with
tho paddles turned sideways. Maui
is great indeod, whon sho turns out
cowards. Maui gave an ideal revo
lutionist in 1881), who was tho first
to surronddr. Maui gavo birth to a
great general indeed, who, whou ho
was surrounded, said ho was Hawai
ian born, and tho General of tho
South told him ho should novor go
to war again. Maui furnished tho
man who gavo away tho islands in
187(5. Maui is tho host, as sho con
tains tho only Hawaiians who can
converse in English, and tho troublo
is ended. Maui furnished the first
woman (Elmira Stouo) who would
barter away tho country.
Foreman Kapu, aftor sotting tho
matter up, put it into the form with
out consulting tho editors. Tho
form was locked up and sent down
stairs to tho press. Over fifty papors
had boon printed when editor lva-
waiuui discovered tho articlo. He
reported immediately to Mr. IL M.
Whitney, manager of tho Gazotto
Publishing Co., who stopped tho
press. Kapu was asked who wrote
the articlo, whon ho replied that ho
did so himself. When asked whore
tho copy was, ho tapped his head.
Tho editors fumed and stormed
about, and tho printed papers woro
destroyed. Foreman Kapu was
called downstairs and handed his
money by tho book-keopor. Mr.
Whitney notified him that ho must
luavo on tho instant, as thoy had no
further use for him. Tho foreman
STOLE BIO STAKES.
Holder of a Four Thousand Bet
Leaves by a Side Door.
.T. C. Black, a nophow of "Lucky"
Baldwin, and who is employed at
tho Baldwin Hotel, San Francisco,
is complaining witness in a warrant
for tho arrest of Court D. Thomp
son for felonious embezzlement.
On Tuesdav nitcht, savs tho Call
of April l!t, a number of sports woro
in tho Baldwin barroom discussing
tho relative merits of horses that
had been running at tho Bay Dis
trict track. Black offered to back
his opinion of a certain horse to the
tune of SJCKK), and as an evidence of
ins good lmtli placed the money m
Thompson's hands as stakeholder.
Tho discussion continued, whou
Thompson htolo unobserved out of
the barroom by a side door and has
not been seen since.
Black came to the conclusion that
ho.had been robbed and consulted
his attorney yesterday morniug with
tho result asstnted.
Thompson is an old-tiino sprinter
and is well known in this city and
in Denver. He became quite noto
rious recently through the death of
.lames i Kerr, tho horseman.
Thompson was very attentive to
Kerr during the hitter's last illness
and after hii death it was found
that ho had bequeathed to Thomp
Mtn one-third interest in tho Breeder
and Sportsman. His claim has not
been recognized. Air. Koit'm mother
entered a contest for the nrobate of
the will, as Thompson Intel given no
consideration for the jdft, and it
was in connection with thin content
lluil TIioiiiiisou was on a visit to the
It ib huliowd that Thompson lias
1 Ittfl thi oily and tolngrains wore sent
in every diiccl ion to iutiiroupl him.
I Kldor S, S. lluiiver, of McAllistor
I villc, .Itmiatta Co., 1'a., says his wifo
I is Mihji'ct to fiaiiip in the stomach,
; Last summer she tried Chamber
lain's Colli', Cholera and Dinnhu'a
i Ifoiiiinlv for it, and was much pleas
ed with the speedy inlief it tiU'ord
etl. She has siuce'iised it whenever
mu'Ohxary ami found that it never
fails, I'lirsalo by 'ill dealers.
sou, Smith iV Co., agents
Ofllcora Aftor a Prowler
posod to bo Bruell.
Mrs. K. F. Biukorlon and a lady
friend made a call on Mrs. W. L.
Groon and Mrs. J. N. S. Williams, at
their residence at Waikiki, this side
of tho Long Branch Baths, yostor
day evening. The ladies went into
tho largo promises and it being dark
had a littlo troublo in finding tho
gate. While fooling around for tho
gato Mrs. Bickorton's foot camo in
contact with something soft lying
on tho ground. Looking down sho
saw a man. Sho protouded not to
havo noticed him, out wont into tho
house. After going in sho asked
Mrs. Greon to toll hor Chinaman to
como out and show hor tho gato
again, so that sho would not bo mis
taking its locality whon thoy would
loavo. Mrs. Bickorton's idea was to
havo another look at tho man. When
tho parties -,yont out the man was
gone Thinking that the fact of a
prowler around tho promises would
alarm tho women, sho rofraiucd
from saying anything about it. Tho
visitors loft after a vorj pleasant
season of conversation. Returning
to hor homo on Alakoa street Mrs.
Bickorton sent a mossago to tho Po
lice Station for an officer. Captain
Harry Juen responded promptly
and was givon tho above facts.
Captain Juen returned to tho
Station and in company with Cap
tain Soldo minor sot out on horsoback
for Waikiki, to find tho prowlor.
Tho description of the man given by
Mrs. Bickorton led tho officers to bo
liovo that tho prowlor was no loss a
personage than William Bruott, tho
man who escaped from prison. Ar
riving in the vicinity tho officers
tothored their animals to a cocoanut
troo and sot out on foot to search for
tho prowlor. Thoy mistook tho house
at first, but finally located it. Tho
windows woro opon. There was
another houso noar and tho trailers
decided to separate in order to make
sure. Schlomnior covered ono houso
and Juen tho other as they parted.
Whilo Juen was moving along
stealthily ho saw through tho gloom,
tho placo being covered with folingo,
a man walking toward tho beach.
Thinking it was his confederate ho
sang out to him, whon tho figuro
turned and ran toward Long Branch
like a streak of lightning. Juen
gavo chaso and fired three shots,
none ol which took oiled. Tho of
ficer stumbled over a stump whilo
running, and whon ho got up ho was
so dazed that ho could not toll in
which direction tho mau wont.
Schlommer had heard tho shots and
camo running along with his popgun
in his hand. His first question was,
"Have you got htm, Harry?" "Got
him? Iso," was Juou's repty. In tho
meantime the prowlor was making
Captain .Tuon asserts that the man,
whom ho is coulidont was Bruott,
ran liko blue lightning. Tho officers
gave up tho chaso and returned to tho
residoiico to acquaint tho women of
thocauso of tho disturbance and sot
thoir foars at rest. Bruott is proba
bly in tho mountains by this time
The Hui Kalaiaina Had Nothing to
do With LyonB' Annexation
Circulars woro scattered broadcast
on Saturday last, April 22, by Daniel
Lyons, purporting to have como
from the Hui Kalaiaina favorablo to
annexation. As president of that
hui I wish to state that tho circular
did not omanate from anj'ono con
nected with that organization, and
it was a dirty pioco of work. I
would thoroforo warn all true Ha
waiians not to notice tho falsifying
impression which Mr. Lyons is en
deavoring to croato in tho minds of
tho people. Mr. Lyons was ordered
out of tho organization and his name
erased from tho roll of tho Hui
Kalaiaina on Soptombor 28, 1801,
and his assuming tho name of tho
hui is without authority.
.7. A. Kahoo.nei,
Prosidout Hui Kalaiaina.
Tho inalfy cases of rhouniatiHin
cured by Ckamburlain's Pain Balm
during the past few months havo
fjivou tho puoplo groat confidouco
in its curative properties, and have
shown that there is one preparation
that can bo depended upon for that
painful and aggravating disease.
Houakor Bros., Lorain, Ohio, say:
"Air. Moses Prico, of this placo, was
troubled with rheumatism for a long
time. Chamberlain's Pain Balm has
cured him. He says that tho Balm
has uo canal." For sale bv all deal
ers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents j
lor the Hawaiian Islands.
PIANO TO LET.
A N Ul'RIOHT PIANO WILL I1B TO
let on Mav
HAWAI IAN COUNOI L NO.IWIJ, AM Elt
icun Lcidon of Honor, meets Til IB
(Friday) EVENING at 7:.i0 o'clock, at
Harmony Hall. Kim; street.
, .IOH. M. OAT,
j TO LET
V ut Waikiki with lluth-
I lug facilities; cars past ilm
J place. Apply ul this ollice.
TO LET OB LEASE
TV'S! 11 ABLE COTTAGE
. -IV with
I street, lust oil'
Niiiiitnii avenue, hitclv o
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riijiini u,v m ii. .'luiA'uii. im iuiiiii uiiu
iy repairs iiiiuiii, lor a goon tenant,
to W. FOSTER.
M. L. MINEB, D. V. S
Ollice: Hotel Stable. Ollice Hours:
IDA. M.i l-Mtu'M'M; m,
Rosldtmcu with Dr. K. L. Miner, llurctit
uiit Mi cut, All calls will receive prompt
60 cenU ii month,
1 delivered (ret.
Jlfra. A. A. WUHama
For the Good of Others
Jtov. ilr. WUlUtma Heartily En
dorses Hood's Saraaparllla.
Wc are pleased to present this from
Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Sillsbee
street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass. :
" I seo no reason why a clergyman, moro than
ft layman, who knows whereof ho speaks,
should hosltato to npprovo an
Article of Morlt
and worth, from which ho or his family haTO
been signally bencutcd, ond whoso commenda
tion may sorvo to extend Uioss bononts to
others by Increasing their confidence My wife
has tor many years been a sufferer from sorer
for which sho found little help. 81io has tried
many things that promised well but per
formed little. Last fall a friend gavohcrabot
tlo of Hood's Barsaparllla. It seems surpris
ing what simply ono bottle could and did do
for her. Tlio attacks of headache decreased In
number and were loss violent In thoir Inten
sity, whilo her general health has been Im
proved. Her appetite has also been better.
From our oxperlenco with
I bavo no hesitation in endorsing lu merits.'
A. A. 'Williams.
HOOD'O PlLLO ara th belt ftmllr cithutU,
pntle and ettactlTa. Try a box. PllceUo
On Retail Prices!
IS ALLOWED TO
ALL CASH CUSTOMERS
Hobron, Newman & Co.'s
FRESH STOCK OK
The lalihi Fair
WILL HE CONTINUED AT THE
Saturday, April 29,
FROM 1 1'. M. TO 10 I'. M.
Under tho Management of Miit. Wai.lku
and Mils. Wii.cox, mid the Siiporiiitaii-
deneu of ItKV. Katiikii Oi.kmknt,
for Church Purposes.
FOREIGN and HAWAIIAN:
Frizes to be Drawn, Grab Box,
Ice Cnsu & Refresliiimiits !
Tickets may be had beforo the day.
Thu Hawaiian National IJanh will
u attendance during the whole time.
IN BE MECHANICS'
Union, a Corporation es
tablished under tho Uiws of tho Hawaiian
Isluiids, has pursuant to the law In such
cases mudo and provided, duly tiled at the
Ollico of the Minister ot tho Interior, a
Petition for tliu Dissolution of the said
Corporation, together with a certificate
thereto annexed, as required by law; now
Notice is hereby given to any und all
persons who liuve been or aro now inter
ested In any manner whatsoever lu tho
said Corporation, that objections to tho
grunting of the said 1'utitiou must bu tiled
in the ollice ol the undersigned on or be
fore WEDNKriDAY, tho 'Jltli day of May,
lhlilj, and that any person or persons desir
ing to bu heard thereon, must bo lu aU
tendance at the ollico ol tho undersigned
lu Aliioliiul Halo, Honolulu, at 10 o'clock
a. m. of said day, to show cause why said
Petition should nut bo grunted.
J, A. KING,
Minister of tho Interior.
interior Ollico, Match 'JU, 18SKI.
A PI'LII'ATION HAVING IIEEN MADE
il to inn by Gum King alias Yam Kin,
nl Honolulu, Island of Ouhu, for the iidju-
dicatlou of his rights in tho stream of
Minium ne.ir or at the iluiii culled Pull
kcu, Niniiiiui stream, In tho District of
Honolulu, Island of Oiliu. as provided in I
Chapter ai, ol the Ijiws of lht, notice Is '
hereby given tu all parlies interested In I
Mild tin in lit attend and prove their rights '
at IU o'clock In I lie forenoon of WEDNES
DAY, Ihu 17lli ilui of May, I Ml), at tho
ollico of Chun. T. (lullck, Kmi number 'M.
Merchant Mavt, urthey will be adjudicated
without such utltmdaiico. i
KM. MA M. NAKUINA.
I'limtiiisriiiiicr ul Private Ways and Water
Rights, District of Honolulu, Islundul i
April -J7, liiXS. 7U-3t
N. S. SACHS
104 irort Street, Honolulu,
Corsets of Every Description
For Ladies, Misses & Children 1
The Well-known P. D. Corsets ,s aiu
The C. P. and R. & G. Corsets
A KUIili AS
The R. & G, Nursing Corsets. The R. & G, Summer Corsets,
Thuso aro Extra IOiig Waist mid Well Fitting.
Madin, Strong's Common Sense Corset Waists
Are Coinlortablo nnd Very Light in Weight.
THE P. XT. SHORT, RIDING- CORSET
The Ferris Good Common Sense Waists
For Children, Heit for Henlth, Comfort nnd Wear.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 cts.
Beat's All Corset which we are Selling at 50 Cents
A FINE ASSORTMENT OK
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
IB. IE ISIEaillLiIEIRS 3c CO.
88 FORT STKiBBJT.
AFTER TAKING STOCK ALL KINDS OF
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half the former cost.
"Vel-vet cfe Smyrna IR.-u.gs
In all sizes greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Costl
In fact we oiler Immenso
C3T Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. J3
To Lot or Loaso.
Central Meat Market.
SMALL COTTAGE ON
Punchbowl street, be
per month, huquiro at second door above
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent . C. etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu.
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS
ONE HLOOK FROM BE
retania street ears, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tniru of Six Rooms, Larue
Iot, Stable and Chicken House. Apply
k. u. ukmiio ,
at Huwaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
A IK ACRE LOT WITH
on board "W. G. Hall" or Mrs. Santos
on the promises. 701-'Jw
TO LET OB LEASE
1 "SK Kim. ufifi.r. l.itnlv j9i!fV'.S
occupied oy ;ur. .m.d. ix-vy,
contaiuini'3 Bedrooms. Par-
r, Dining-room, Kitchen and Bathroom ;
-table in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars and terms, upplv to
(U3-tf at E. O. Hall fc Bons'.
A BUILDING CONBIST
lug of i Rooms, Kit
chen, Small Backyard uud
side entrance, at present
occupied as a saddlerv shon
in tho business part of tho town and cen
trally located. For particulars upply to
On the premises or by letter.
Wailuku, March 'Jl. (Wl-Hv
rj-yilK LARGE STORE
X and Colleii Saloon of
Love's llakery tin Niiuunu
street. The Rooms are
li'-'xil and ydx-s. Ihese aro separate from
the llakery. The llakery Is still In opera
tion and will havo a store for the sale of
Bread, Cakes, I'ies, etc, adjoining the pre
sent one. For further particulars apply to
II. G. MASON,
7CK-lw on the premises,
rpiIE TWO PIECES OF
X Proper!) with tho
Buildings theieou, situated
on King sticct, and at pre
sent occupied ny .Messrs. H .Now lein unci
J. Downey, both being opposite the resi
dence of J. II. Athertou; each of these pre
mises aro bringing in an annual rental of
:KI, and u lino opportunity Is hereby
, ollered uiiyiiuo who is desirous of uvwiiug
i n nice comfortuhlo home in a good loca
lity within n few minutes' wulk of our
town, fror terms upplv to
(iMf JOHN K. COLIHIRN.
I AWN MOWERS TO LET BY
J day. week or month' ItenalrliiL'.
Cleaning and Hlutrpculug done; Duplicate
Pieces furnished when riniilrcil. Mtiuhliies
called for und returned. Also, Itupuirlug
Garden I low In fact, can do anything
neconury uroiind tlio hoiuo or stable.
Ring up Mutual Telephone 1W.
6i-tt N. K. MUU1KBB.
llnrguins in all Departments.
The undersigned uro prepared to give in
tending Tourists tin advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago & Retpi
IN CONNECTION WITH THE STEAM
ERS OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of San Franoiaoo
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of Mow Zoa.la.rici.
tW Further particulars uiuy bo hail
Mi I'riitllwj uciitly and promjitfy
rxfcuted nl fAe HulUlin Ojjlct. "
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