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Tl DAILY BIILIffl
SATURDAY, MAY 0, 189.1.
SATt'niiAY, May fl.
Stmr Wiiluleule from Lahnlun and Ilnnui-
Btmr Kinau from Maul ami Hawaii
Btmr .lames Makeo from Kauai
rstnir 0 H lllshop from Kutiul
Btmr Mokolll from Molokul
Stmr Wnlmnnnln from Maul and Mnlukiil
fcchr Kuhunuuu from 1'uim
St.hr Ka Mol from Koholalclo
Saturday, Mny 0.
Am schr Puritan, Peterson, for San Fran
cisco Ktmr 1'olu for Mukuwcli at 1 p in
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Mliop 'JT&'i bugs sugar, 30 pkgs
Stmr Jus Mnkco liiloO lings sugar, ,S pkgs
Stmr Wnlnlunlu .125.1 bags sugar, 72 bids
molasses, and 12 mindles lauhalu
Stmr Kliinu 1015 bags sugar, 105 bags po
tatoes, fi'2 hags corn, 152 sheep, 25 hogs,
1 horse, 55 pkgs hides, bit bags charcoal,
C bundle's goat skins, 140 pkgs sundries.
Sohr Ka Mol 2(XK) bags sugar.
Sehr Kulamauu 20 cords wood.
From Hanmkua, pur stmr Wnlalcnlc,
From Kauai, per btmr .Tns Makoe, May (i
A Lindsay. Jlrs M ltlaisdell, eliild und
servant, Mr Dcvcrill, Y Wolters, H Analm,
and 25 deck.
From Maul and Hawaii, May (i Miss K
I, Gilmore, Miss Q Oilmnre, A V Gilinoro,
Miss 1. M Damon, 11 A Lyman, Jr. H Gor
man, G H Kluogel, T K Nathaniel, H Pat
ton, C Thoel, V Uailey, S Akedzukc, Key
O 1' Emerson. G S Dyer, O J Fulk, Wilder
Wight, and ISIS deck.
The missionary packet Horning Star was
hauled on the Marine Kullway this morn
The steamor James Makeo and O. R.
Bishop arrived from Haimniaulu within
lialfau hour of each other this morning.
Tliev both left yesterday afternoon about
lUnuna Ala is
loading sugar for San Francisco, and will
probably sail about the Utli inst.
Arrived April I'X stmr Kinau from Ho
nolulu; 25, stmr Kinau from Hilo, Am
3-masted schooner Allen A.. Sehage, mas
ter, 13 days from San Francisco to Hawai
ian linilroatl Co., consignees S. G. Wilder
it Co., Union Mill Co. and Koliala Sugar
Co., cargo grain, (lour and assorted groce
ries; 29, stmr ICinuu from Honolulu; Mav
5, stmr Kinau from Hilo; (i, Iluwn hark
Manna Ala, Smith, master, from Honolulu
in ballast to Hawaiian llailroad Co.
Sailed April li), stmr Kinau for Hilo;
25, btmr Kinau for Honolulu; 2), stmr Ki
nau for Hilo, Am 3-masted sehoner Allen
A., Sehage, for San FranoWeo, cargo Ulrf I
bags sugar, Halawa Plantation; 3747 bugs
sugar, T. H. Davies it Co.; 3120 hags sugar,
J. T. Waterhouse, total H351 bags, l,003,57(i
poumls, value $2!),02.!)S; May 5, stmr Ki
nau for Honolulu.
st. Andrew's cathedral.
Fifth Sunday after Easter.
The Cathedral Congregation of
St. Andrew's will hold sorvioos to
morrow, as follows: 0:30 a. m., Hoty
Communion; 11 a. m., matins and
sorinon. Hymns, 133, 137 and 232.
7:30 p. in., evensong and sermon.
Hymns, 129, 110 and 111.
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, Sunday, will bo as fol
lows: 9:15 a. in., holy communion
with sorinon; Tour's service, in F,
will bo sung; hymns 317 aud 323;
Nuuc Dimittis, Beethoven, in B
Hat. G:30 p. in., evensong with ser
mon; Magnificat, Chipp, in E flat;
Nunc Dimittis, Hayes in D; anthem,
"How .Lovely aro Tliy Dwellings
Pair," by Spohr; hymns 2ifj and 18.
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All
aro cordially invited.
Sunday Services G and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. English sermon at
the 7 a. in. Mass, every Sunday
during the whole 3Tear. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sormoti in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Rosary and Catechism. 4 p.m., in
winter season (November to Febru
ary), 1:30 p. m. in summer season
(February to November), Benedic
tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Sorvices G aud 7 a. in.,
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Lattor Day Saints, Mili
lani Hall, rear of Opora House. Ser
vices will bo hold Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Bible class; 11:15 a. in. and
7:30 p., m., preaching, by Elder J.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.
Seventh Day Advent isl Church,
corner Punchbowl and Borotania
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social mooting af
tor Sabbath hdiool. Bible reading
every Sunday evening. Everyone
y. m. o. A. HALL.
Sunday, 11 a. in., sorvices in Oahu
Jail; 1:15 p. m., services in Barracks;
3:30 p. m., Bible Study in V. M. U. A.
0:30 p. m., Gosplo Praise Service in
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7:30 p. in.,
prayer meeting at V. M. C. A.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Sunday School at 9:15 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a.m. aud at 7:30 p.m.
Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor at !:30 p, m.
Row E. G. Boekwith, D.D., pastor.
Evangelistic borvices will be con
ducted by (ho Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
p. m, Everyone welcome.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWB.
Tho flagship band will play at tho
Gloanors' lawn pnrty this afternoon.
Mr. .Tns. Dodd left on the S. S.
Monowat yestoiday on a business
visit to tho Coast.
, A purso containing monoy and
other articles has been found". Ap
ply Bulletin ollico.
Mrs. Robort Lishman, Makiki, of
fers tho luxury of homo-inado buttor
nt 50 cents a pound.
Three Japs wore fined St5 each in
IhoDistriot Court this morning for
having die fa tickets in possession.
D. Kekona and Ioela gave a luau
to-day in honor of tho charge of oho
fa against them being dismissed in
tho Circuit Court.
Tho police will hereafter wear
buttons bearing tho eagle, encircled
by a wreath. Under the eagle aro
tho initials "H. P."
Captain Carey, of the S. S. Mono
wai, brought a sleek-looking bull
terrier from tho Colonics yesterday
for Mr. W. M. Gillard.
The P. G. band will play at tho
League ground this afternoon dur
ing tho game between the Hawaii
aud Kamehauu'hn teams.
Dr. Goto returned from a visit to
tho Lopor Settlement last night on
tho steamer Mokolii. Ho will stay
in town two or three weeks.
Mr. Paul Cowles, correspondent
of tho Associated Press, who arrived
by tho Mariposa, has called to pay
his respects to tho Bulletin.
The Anglican Church Chronicle
for May is out. It refers editorially
to tho differences between Bishop
Willis and tho Second Congregation.
Two sticks of sugarcane measur
ing eighteen and twenty feet in
length woro brought from the Ma
kawoli plantation by tho steamor
Sentence was suspended in tho
District Court to-day in tho caso of
four Chinamen who arrived from
China lately, for violation of pass
Mr. L. A. Thurston has boon ap
pointed Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary of tho Pro
visional Government to reside near
President Cleveland at Washington.
John Wieland's extra pale, lager
beer aud oystor cocktails aro loading
refreshments at the Anchor Saloon,
where also hot lunch is served for
two hours at midday.
J. F. Morgan will hold a clearance
sale for Theo. II. Davies & Co. on
May 10, whou a largo variety of mer
chandise will bo sold. Bargains may
bo confidently expected.
Five thousand bags of sugar await
shipment at Kapaa, Kauai, for this
port, but will not bo brought up,
until there aro vessels hero to trans
port the pugar to the Coast.
From tho Anglican Chronicle it is
learned that George Kanikau, for
merly a scholar of the Roj'al School,
and for tho past year at Oahu Col
lego, has received the appointment
as principal of tho Mahukona school.
What with tho new lino of through
steamers from Australia to Van
couver, B. C, and tho frequent call
ing in at Honolulu of tho Japan and
China mail boats, there will soon lie
need for additional wharves along
tho city front.
Nino membors of tho National
Guard were reported to the police
this morning as having broken their
lihortv. Thev were naid oil" the
othor day, which probably account's
for their prolonged liberty. Roast
beef, vegetables, and peas, with 10
a month, would appear to lie no ob
ject for some of our country's de
fenders. These must bo of those
who only went in for "good govern
ment." Tourist travel increase this way of
course involves a certainty of men
of capital visiting the islands in
larger numbers. Tho effects of this
aro drawn with precision by tho
writer of tho Hawaiian Hardware
Co.'s column. This firm is rapidly
becoming a monopolistic concern in
appliances of agriculture and arti
cles of household use, through tho
sheer oxcollonco of the manufactures
that it handles, coupled with tho
most judicious employment of prin
THAT STATION OPIUM.
Arroat of a Woman on Suspicion
Complicity Boforo tho Fact.
Marshal Hitchcock hud a warrant
made out some time ago for tho ar
rest of Mrs. Mary Sutherland, noo St.
Clair, charging "hor with being ac
cessory before tho fact to tho tlioft
of tho two hundred and six tins of
opium from the Police Station
strong-room. Tho warrant was
served yesterday afternoon. Later
Mrs. Sutherland was released uuder
Another warrant was issued for
tho arrest of Capt. A. R. W. Walker,
the e-turnkey who was sentenced
to pay a lino of $50 by Magistrate
Foster for allowinir a prisoner to es
cape. Captain Walker was turnkey
at the Station when the opium was
missed. Captains Juon and Sehloin
iner made a thorough search of sev
eral houses in town, including tho
Central House on Alakoa street
whore Captain Walker lived, but no
traco could bo found of him. A re
port was current yesterday that
Walker had left on the S. S. Mouo
wai, but he was scon after tho
The opium stolon is valued at
Mrs. Sutherland will appear for
trial in tho District Court on Mon
day. Policemen aro keeping a con
stant watch on tho Central Houso
for Walker. All tho Ainoncan Hags
with which tho house had boon cov
ered since tho arrival of Commission
er Blount have boon removed.
Qignod tho Roll.
Puahala. a native who has soon
tho insido of Oahu Prison othor
than as inspector, was rolonsodtho
other day, having served his tine
for trying to obtain money from
Mrs.Maholona under false pretences.
Shortly after ho was sot at liberty
he signed the anuoxatiou roll and
donned a badge. As Puahala has
forfeited his civil rights, tho fran
chise question of course is no obsta
cle to his embracing the annexation
catiso. By tho way, one of tho an
nexation dologatos from the other
islands, in bad taste presented to
Commissioner Blount as a repre
sentative Hawaiian, is in tho same
predicamout, having, it is said,
sorvod more than one term of penal
N". S. SACHS
1Q4 Fort Stroet, XXon ilulu.
For Vancouver, B. C:
Tlio Now mid Muenllleunl At Kteum-
Nfttivo Driver Run Ovor
The steamer James Makeo brings
tho news of a serious accident to a
native named Kanauma at Hanama
ulu, Kauai, at 9:30 o'clock yesterday
morning. Kanauma was driving a
double team, hitched to a wagon
containing sevonty-fivo bags sugar,
down a hill when tho brake broke.
Tho heavy wagon pushed tho team
down tho incline at a rapid rate. All
efforts of tho driver to hold tho ani
mals failed and ho lot go tho reins
and hung on to tho seat. Tho heavy
vehicle jolted down tho hill until it
struck a stone, tho concussion throw
ing tho driver out. Tho wheels
passed ovor Kanauma's loft leg be
low tho thigh and over his right
arm, making bad fractures in both
members. Medical assistance was
sent for, but boforo tho doctor ar
rived tho man was put into another
wagon and takon to Lihuo. It is re
ported that his injuries aro so bad
that amputation of both arm aud
leg will bo necessary to save his life.
A FATAL BLOW.
A Portuguese Killed by a Follow
News conies by the steamer C. R.
Bishop from Hanamaulu this morn
ing of an altercation between two
Portuguese, which resulted in tho
death of one yesterday morning. A
Portuguese was employed on tho
plantation carrying around water
for the laborers in tho Hold. On
Thursday he was engaged as usual
in dispensing the liquid. Ho wont
by some Chiustmeu, to whom ho re
fused to give water. Another Por
tuguese eluded him for not giving
tho Chinaman water, aud taking the
dipper proceeded to dip up water
from tho bucket. While doing so
the water carrier raised tho stick ho
used for carrying the buckets, and
struck his countryman a hard blow
behind tho ear. The assaulted man
lingered until yesterday, when ho
died from tho injury received.
with board at llani-
Bon of Harry It. lluby, of Columbia, a.,
Suffered From Birth
With u Sovero Form of
" Until my boy was six years of ago ho was
from blrtli a terrible nuffcrrr fiom Hurotu
lous humor. Sores would appear on lilin imtl
spread until as I.nrce n n Dollar and tlmn
discharge, followed by others, so thntthc larger
fart of Ills body was one mnn of iiorra all
lio time, especially severe on Ids legs and back
of bis ears aud on Ids head. The humor had a
very offensive odor, and caused
TVo cannot tell how that poor boy suffered In
all thoso years, riiysicians did nut cllect a
cure. At last I decided to give him Hood's
Sarsapatilla, as my druggist recommended
It. In about two v eeks the SarsaparllU began
to have effect.. Tho sores commenced to heal
up; tho flesh began to look more natural a"d
healthy. Then the scales eamo olT nudnlloier
his body new and healthy flpli and skin formed.
When he had taken two bottles ho was entirely
free from sores, having only the scars to show
whero they had been. These have all disap
peared. We are unable to express our thanks
for tho good
has done our little boy." Hauhv K. ltunv,
Ilox sriG, Columbia, Pennsylvania.
HOOD'S riLI.S cure Constipation bj rotor
lug the portitsltle action of the alimentary caul
ItcgfotoriMl Tonimu;i) IfMI Tons
Will bo due nt Honolulu from Sydney, via
Hrili:iiio, nn or about
And will leave for nliovo 1'ort with Mails
and I'lisengeiM on or about
that dutu. 1
Through Tickets to All Points In Canada
and the United States per C. P. R.
XOTK This above Steamor will be fol
lowed in about Four Wuuks, by her Slster
iW Kor further particulars reganling
1'ielght or Parage, upply to
Corsets of Every lescriptioi
For Ladies, Misses & (ihildren!
rtie Well-known P. D. Corsets &
-The C. P. and R. .& 0. Corset )
A KITM, AS
The R, & G. Nursing Corsets, The R. & 6, Summer Corset J,
These are Kxtrn T.ong YVnkt and Wei Fitting.
Mm. Strong's Common Sense Corset lids j
Are Comfortable and Very Light in A'l'iglit.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDIN3- CORSET
The Ferris Good Common S ense Waists
For Children, Ilest for Ilenlth, Comfort md Mear.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 cts
COMK AND SBK OUK
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
71'J-til Cleneral Agent:?,
Seat's All Corset which we are Selling at 50 (tail 5
A FINK A8SOKTMKNT O
LADIES' COKSET COVERS IX ALL STYLUS.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
E. C. ROWE,
"Ill-lit King "-treet near Fort.
5000 Alligator-Pear Stones!
For which $1 n Hundred will be mid
H. E. McINTYUi: ,te UUO.'S,
"lT-'Jw Cor. Fort it King t.
rpHK UKUULAK QUAHTHULY MEKT-
JL uiu ol tlio Union fet-d Uo., .wu), will
oc lielit at
B. IF. EHLEREJ c OC
S3 FORT STREEl1:
AFTER TAKING STOCK ALL Kl 1)S OF
Curtains in White, Cream antf Colored
At half the former cost.
Velvet cSc Smyrn a. IR-uLga
In all sizes greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & PI lids, Belcw Cos
l& In fact wo oiler Immense l!argain- in all Depaitiuents.
TJoouis to lot
lot Boor on
Suiil li As Co.'s.
draught at Bunsou,
Wliilo a I'orluiiDso huv was load
ing a lioiho at Liluic, Kauai, tlio
otlior day, lio fuolislilv tind tho iiipo
around liin waiht. Tim lior.-o ran oil'
and draggod tlio bo.y a milo and a
half, mutilating tho poor followV
lumil In a hhoHoug way. Of coiiimi
tho 1ml was (load whim tho homo
IMPOBTANT BEAD THIS.
Havo you boon ovor yot to liavo a
swim at tho Aloha Bath llouso?
Don't spond all your money; hoop
a fow dollars for S. Ehrliuh. lio has
many novoltiesiu tho dry goods lino
that aro bound to ph'aso tho most
Hand ovor your invoicoh and othor
docuinonts to G. 13. Boaidman. 11).'!
Fort btreot, who is an oxport at all
kinds of Custom houso work. Ho
will pass tho ontrius and thorobv
tako all troublo aud worry oil" your
Housowive.i naturally grumble vory
much as thoy s-oo how thoir outfit of
croukory and ghmswaro sudors by
tho clumsy handling of earuloss ser
vants. Breakages can bo at onco re
placed by calling in at Theo. II,
Davies Aj Co.'s store, wlmro theio is
to bo found tho lurge.it and best as
sort inont of croekory and glassware
Tho promptness and certainty of
its cures havo inado Chamberlain's
Cough Kcmedv famous. It is in
tended osiiei'iafly for coughs, colds,
croup and hooping coughs, aud is
tho most oll'ectual remedy known for
theno disease-,. Mr. (' li, .Main, of
Union City, I'a., sa.s: "I havo a gieat
sale on Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy. I waiiaut eory bottle and haso
never heard of one failing to give
entire satisfacl ion." fill cent bottles
Tor sale by all dealers. Meiisou,
Smith - Co., agents for tho Hawai
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts.
Sunburn relieved at onco b' Cu
utimbur Tonic. Benson, Smith A: Co.,
Dr. McLennan, llil Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronics and Sugical
casus. Mutual Telophono (582.
l'or S. S. Monowai, !KX) smoked
eels from Now Zealand, lino llavor.
Try 'em. Cat. i'riiit Alarlcot. .Mutual
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Hosidonco, Alakoa street,
near Y. M. C. A.
lly order of Misns. T. H. DAVIES ,fc CO.,
I will bell tit Public Auction, at
On WEDNESDAY, May 10th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK. A. L,
An Assortment of Staple Good", com
prising DRY GOODS:
Merinos, Dre&s Hoods, Linens,
Ulankets, Shawls, Etc.
Cashmeres, Diagonals, Herges,
Flannels, Linings, Ktc,
II. M. Roap, Cundles, Confectionery.
Hall llluc, Sardines, Ktc.
Howls, Flatus, DMie,
Cups and Saucers, Toilet Sets, Ktc.
fialv. IUickots, assorted mIzos;
Nests Qalv. Tubs, Tea Kettle,
Saucepans, Faints, Oils, Ktc.
10:o0 o'clock .. M.
Coin nan v
rtreet, on THUKrflLVY, the 11th inst
It. VI DA,
U. F. Co., L'd.
A LL l'KUSONS HAVING ANY C
- --rfw...- ...... ..... .... . .. ........
. against the Kstutc of Tai Lung,
ltankrupt, Honolulu, are heiehy notified
o present t lie -ame at unci' to the iiiuler
dgned A-signee at the olllce of livnmu
IJros. I. Kl'l'.INSrKlN,
Assignee KM.itu Tai Lung, llankuipt.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
C-ST Dressmaking Under the Management of MI! 3 E. ILAF.K. JS3
To Lot or Lease.
ROOMS TO LET.
pVO FUKNISHKD UOOMS
1 on Heretania street, near
Ylakea street. Apply ut this
"VNK SU1TL OF FUUX1SH-
l.......... ...:.,. !...,.
111MIIM-, ,,1111 imiuiuuiii s
ittached. Kniiuiru at 3S
.mus. -. .11. .MrilifjlS,
715-Iw 101 Fort street (upstairs).
AT AN AD.IOlTl:NKl) AVNUAL
.Meeting of the KONA COFFKK AND
FKUIT CO.. L'd.. held at the olllce of the
Hon. A. I'osu, in Honolulu, on the 11th
day of .March, A. 1). 1MH, the following
persons were duly elected as Olllccrs for
the balance! of the ensuing term :
Henry Smith President
J. K. KahooUauo Vice-l'iesblenl
A. Fernandez Treasurer
F. .1. To-ta Secretary
V. II. Wright uditnr
Hon. A. Uosi, S. C. Dwight and Lunch
P. .1. TKSTA,
Honolulu, May I, ls!H.
V at Waikiki with Itatli
lig facilities; ears pass the
lace. Applv at this olllce.
L. J. Levey l.cwvo.
Grand Minstrel & Yarlety Entertainment
Wtl.I, Hi: IIIVKN ItV T11K
VTKW HOUSK OF FIVK
ki rooms, on Magazine
treet, with llathroom, pat
nt W. C etc. Commands
'lie of tho Imest views in Honolulu. Applv
o (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
ONK 1M.OCK FItOM 1IK
retania street ears, a
!ooj and Coiironlunt Cot-
age nt nix llooms, lirge '
ah, Stable and Chicken House. Appl to
K. It. HKNDKY,
ut Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
ESTf li 4 IVJlJfisL i
New -:-City-:-Minstrels ?urnished cottage to let.
A Company of Specialists and Profes
sional Jnisical Soloists under the
As wo might by noxt Hitiiiiuor bo
visited by tho torriblu scouryo of tho
t'luilora, wo snust that tho Hoard
of Health would tako iiuiuudiato
uioasuri'S to havo tho plantation
houses, cleaned and whitewashed;
and, especially, to havo tho cess
pools, where the refuse from the
mills runs, removed at least a hun
dred yards from any dwelling or
public! toad, as it would bo danger
ous to proceed to that operation, if
tho pluguo was on us.
l'UHSK CONTAINING MONKY,
etc. Apply ISui.i.KTiN Ollico.
Direction of I). M. Oiiowi.iiy.
Dates and Particulars Later.
HO YEN" KEE & CO.,
No 41 Nuiianii St. d Bel. Hotel & King
tx. nished Cottage of Two
.tooms with llathrooiii at-
acueii, huiiiioie lor u smeiu
;cutleman. Also Furnished IEooiiih, pri
.ito family; iiuiot locality. Applv at
71.V1W NO. 10 K.M.MA STlcKKT.
TO LET OR LEASE
Home-made Butter ; Crockery, Glassware, Etc
FOR, S-AXjEJ !
50 CENTS A POTJ3STD.
MRS. R. LISHMAN,
tXt Hell Telephone :117. 7'J0-i!w
EXTRAPALE LAGER BEER
ON DRAUQHT I
COOL, CLLAK mid INVKIOUATINO.
Also, always on hand
OYSTER -:- COCKTAILS
Ol M I'KRIIIK CJI'AI.I TV
WATER PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED
piIF. OOTTAOK AT NO.
JL SiS King street, lutelv
iccupied hy Mr. JL a. Uvv.
AT i.ovi:st llVTr.K.
K.eeuted hv Fx-711i-lm
it) . M, til li.iU I'
Tho most painful cases of rhoiim
atiniu may bo relieved by a few ap
plications of Chamberlain's i'ain
, Halm; its continued use will euro
any cum, no matter ol how long i
standing. It is oijually bonolicial for ' Fromll:
lame back, pain m the side, pain in ,
i the client, lailieile.in, anil in nil pain- .
fill alleclions reipiiring an external , J 'CJtv, fcA-J iXlj
I remedy, A piece ol iiauuol saiurai-
ed with i'ain Halm aud bound on
I over the heal of pain in Miperior to
any plaster. I' or sale ny all dealer.
Hetisoii, .Smith V Co,, Agents for tho
Aloha Bath House
First-class Accommodation for Bathers.
j jKrTowels & Balblng Suits Freei
I Hy giving notice through Hell Telephone
l.")7, parlies aio conveyed hj ho.it, free of
charge, to and from the Tug Hunt Wharf
I (1 M. H S Co.'h dock), thureh) iivoiiliug
. the long walk or drive.
- Fuiiilflied Itiioiiis (iiMiiir) to let
i hy ilay, week or mouth.
'ontaiuim:;! Hedroom. Far
or, Dining-room, Kitchen and Ilatliroom;
tahlu in yaid; Artesian Water laid on.
.'or particulars und termi, applv to
(JKi-tf at K. O. Hull Ai Sons'.
'piIK TWO FIF.CF.S OF
1 l'ropcn.N with the
lluildiiigs th( reon, situated
in Kiuirsticet. and at nre-
-enl occujiieil ny Mo-srs. f. -Miwicin aM
I. Downey, lioth hcing opposite the re.si
lence of .1. 11. Atherloir, each of thce ire
uises are hringiug in an annual rental of
t'.VH), mid a Hue opportunity is heiehy
ill'cred anyone who is do-iron-, of owning
i nice comfort thin home in a good loca
lity willilu a feu minutes' walk of our
town, l'or terms apnlv to
ti!f.l-tf JOlf.N F. COLlttlUN.
il un prepared (o give
irihts the advantage of a
Special iouad Trip Ra e
FROK HOHOLULU TO
Chicago ,f Retui i
ION nTJI THK
;itrj ( F THK
MitS. A. HLIHT,
CO ixntt n month,
"Mr (iiiiglmui," raid Thjut, "I
ivmhl lil,c a I' 'Hiulit's nliM'iico to
ulleiiil liti' wiililiui; o( it very tit ar
fi'lcnil." "Il 1 1 1 tl r-l lie ii very ihmt
Hp'iiil, iudciil, to luiike you wain that
much lime. Who i it?" "Well, ir,
-ii i or thu ci'ii'iiiiniy ithu will hu my
1 Family Carriacje Horse, i!""'e
1 Phaeton In Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
It. I. LILI.IK,
atT. II. Davk'K A Cu.'b.
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING
in riii.r-i-i.A8s mm in
I EJD-W.A.raD :MOR,H31rO
-- r no
( Queen Street Shaving P.irlors
lNc.l door lo Morgan's iiucliou room)
, l.MI'IIHini INN Dl'.VI 111 IN
I Geut's, Ladles' aud Children's Hoots, Shoes
Has ii'iuuviul to .S'liuiinit elic-et, "Fontcr'ti
llloiik," hulwettli Mcrcliaiil and
A HANDSOMI". NKW IIOl'SK
.V eotalniiiif Parlor. KninkiiiLr rt -rJ6
iEooiii. - Liruc Hedrooms. Din-
lig-rnoni and ICitelu-n, Verandas and
mil, YVoodrooiu, It.ithroom and 1'aieut V.
i'. Itcuutlfill Large llroiiudM-otituiiiiugOr-iiiiiiental,
Shade and Fruit Trees, Fluwc-rn
mil LurgeCir.ipe Arlmr. Oitthuilding emi
uius Ua-hroom. Scrviuit's Itooiu, Tool-i-oom,
Chicken I linisf ami Yard, and Lirge
'iiiriuge House with all improvement.
In fact the place must he m-kii to he unpiu
ialcd. To a pcriiiauenl quiet fuinih a
'larguiu will he made i-cidom ollercd. Will
H'lit with or without Carriage Houmi.
House I'liriiished or l'ufiiruihcd. One
uile fiom I'ost Olllce; niic block from
ilc rctuuht slice! ears. AIo, a New 6-rooiu
''ottagewlth all luoderii improvemeiits ill
ow rent. Apply at this olUre. 717-lu
OCEANIC STEJSHIP COMi Y
Of an J'Varxoisoo
UNION I TEA dSHIP COM? Y
or T w SoalaxTd.
i- par leulunt may ho d
A F. Molta, niiiiilei, i-ail
Wib. G. IRWIK ft C
unlet, i-ails tfV;i
iihove port liMahJ
Hid Thuis- sKK
lloiu Honolulu for
.Hi uven .Moiidii and
lay ut lliiiVlock . m.
with Houilw ,V Co., Queen nt,
Job Print Iihj
tteculdl ut tin
m ally und jiroiiij