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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FKOM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1, 1892.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leavo Honolulu. ..0:16 8: 15
Arrive Honouliull.7s20 0:57
Arrive Honolulu. .8:35 11:55
Piuni, Oity Local.
Arrlvo l'earl Oity
Leavo Pearl 0!ty..0:GT
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30 ....
Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
HY C. J. LYONS.
I I J gl d A g
BAY. Iglfe'&l ;f J! fa S,i I
? pr p p P ? P 9 ? I
p.m. a.m. a.m. p.m.
Mon. B10 8 11 20, IS 40, 60 B 2T 0 23 1 10
1 P."'. i
Tuns. H 10 3lS 0 50 0 2ft 4 0 5 24 0 i 1 48
Wed. io li :io l on :to o so b 24 0 aft 2 22
Tlmrs. 11 12 0 1 so' tl r0 7 0 5 2.) -2!) .1 0
Frl. 12, 2 5 ....17 15 7 40 It 2.! 6 30 3 as
Sat. 13 2 30 1 20 7 40 8 0 5 22 0 .10' 4 111
Ban. 14 2 B2 2 0 8 0 10 0 5 22 (i 31 .'i 0
Tho Kninuhntnolini nnd
will incut nost Sntunmy.
A' brilhur Scots moot at
howir tho nicht at hauf nucut.
Foreign jurors aro roquiroil to at
tond Circuit Court at H:30 to-morrow.
Tho P. G. band will give its usual
concert at Emma Square- this ovon-iiig-
A boat crow from tho U. S. S. Bos
ton was practicing in tho harbor yos
torday. A. 13. Looboustoin of Hilo and i,
W. Wilcox had thoir pictures takon
together tho other day.
Goo. W. Burgess, at Benson.
Smith & Co.'s, has some valuable bo-
GOOD HALL PLAYING.
Knniehamelms Boat Hawniia by a
Tho baseball game on Saturday
aftornoon between tho Kainoha-
mohas and ITawaiis was anything .
but tamo. It was pretty hard to I
pick tho winner oven toward tho
t final innings. Both nines played ,
well, and both scorned to have their
winning clothes on. Some people
had an idea that the llawaiis did '
not amount to much anyway, and !
they were just badly fooled. They
loomed ui in ureal shane and it's !
lorsonallv orbvan authorized aiiout itifet dollars to doughnuts that they'll '
i lit 1.1 i ll T- 1111"
givo win avaius a hhiu luiiuiniig
when nost thoy meet. Captain
Soap Works Onao -Judicial Decisions
Saturday and to-day have- been
occupied at Circuit Court with tho
equity suit, Hawaiian Soap Works
Co. vs. Thomas W. Rawlins. A. S.
Hartwoll for plaintiff; Cecil Brown
Judgo Whiting has rendered a de
cision in tho case of C. 11. Bishop vs.
J. Kanui. Defendant appealed on
points of law from the District to
tho Circuit Court. Tho grounds
were that plaintiff did not appear
Pacific Steam Line
n. s. SACHS
X04 Fort Street, Honolulu.
For Vancouver, B. C:
Tin.1 New and Mnguillcent Al Stenni-
Seo tho list olso-
l.ust imartor of tho moon on the Stli at;!li.
53m. p. m.
Time Wlilstlo blows at Hi. 28m. 31a. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which is tho Hume as 12h. Om.
09. of Urecnwieh time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, MAY 8, 1893.
Suniiay, May 7.
Stmr Mikaliala from Kiuini
Stmr Claudinc from Maul
Monday, May 8.
Am bk C I) Bryant from San Francisco
Monday, May 7.
Am sclir Puritan, Peterson, for San Fran
cisco Stmr Jas Makeo for Kapaa at 5 p in
Stmr C It Bishop for Kauai
Stmr 'Waialeale for Hanainaulu
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stnn Mokolii for Molokai
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Claudine for Maui at 5 p m
Stmr Mikaliala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p in
Stmr Iwalani for Makawcli at 5 p ru
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Mikaliala 5190 bags sugar, 50 bags
pin, 1 hoise, 8 lugs peanuts, 00 pkgs
sundries, 10 bdls hides.
Stmr Claudine 37 bead cattle, 51 hogs, 140
bags torn, 100 bags bones, 5a) bags
potatoes, 02 bides, 33 bbls poi, 100 pkgs
From Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala, Mav 7
Mrs Junius Kane, A Coekburn, Mrs Oeorge
Fountain, S K Kaco, Tan Wo, Chung Hing
and 01 deck.
From Maui, per stmr Claudine, May 7
Ilr Foote, S Parker, T J McLaughlin and
wife. M J Mebane, P MeLane, Mrs L It
Walbridge and 01 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
IH B M S Koyal Arthur from Kngland
.HUMS Temerairo from Kngland
Br S S Belgic, from San Francisco, due
'8 S China from Yokohama and Hongkong
.S S Australia, Houdlette, from gan Fran
cisco, due May 17
C P S S Miowera troni Sydncv, due May 25
,S S Monowai, Carey, from San Francisco,
due June 1
B S Alameda, Morse, from the Colonies,
due June 1
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Brbt Ladstock from Liverpool, due July
Uic Itoutcnbeck from Newcastle, due May
Bk Sharpshooter from Newcastle, due June
Am bdir W li Talbot, from Newcastle, duo
longings for salo.
About fifty Chinoso havo takon
out passports at tho Custom House.
Thoy intend taking passago on tho
S. S. Belgic.
It is reported that Captain A. R.
Walkor, wanted by tho police for
tho thoft of the Station opium, is on
board H. B. M. S. Hyacinth.
Two natives, for playing fighting
in a saloon on Saturday night, wore
sentenced to dig up S5 each this
morning in tho District Court.
There aro only three mounted pa
trolmen now, all tho others having
been discharged for want of funds.
Captain Klomtno does not liko it.
It is reckoned that 10 tons of coal or
so have boon picked up by natives
out of tho silt discharged from tho
dredge pipe at tho foot of Kichards
N. S. Sachs is forward again as
usual, being first in tho field with a
grand assortment of summer dress
material. Ktin your oyo over tho
catalogue elsewhere in this paper.
The case of Mrs. Mary Sutherland
was remanded in tho District Court
this morning, at tho request of tho
prosecution, until May 10, at 0:80
a.m., Mrs. Sutherland to givo her
own recognizances to appear at that
A Portuguese lad was bringing in
someone's lunch on a Borotania
streetcar Saturday aftornoon, when
t ho cork flow out of a bottlo ho had
in his hand and somewhat damaged
a man's pantaloons. It was a bottlo
of root beer.
Mr. Oliver Stillmnn, one of tho
most experienced clerks in the Cus
tom House, is to be dismissed tho
end of this week, to make room for
a Mr. Schmidt. No reason is as
signed for tho change, so tho usual
P. G. reason is to bo surmised.
It is not too late j-ot to see tho
World's Fair at Chicago, only don't
put off until tho last moment. Make
up your mind early and secure a
ticket, as both the local and through
steamers aro sure to havo full pas
senger lists for sonio months to come.
JFirst come, best served.
"Pill money in thy purse."
How to Do It.
Buy your boots of Chris. Gortz
on Nuuanu street.
Get 10 porcont discount ou cash
purchases from Hobron, Neumann
& Co. It is not to bo sneezed at.
in court, and that tlioro was not a
proper service of summons on de
fendant. Both grounds aro over
ruled in tho decision. J. A. Magoon
for plaint ill; J. M. Poepoo for de
fendant. Tho Supremo Court by Justice
Froar has rendored a unanimous de
cision of interest to landlords and
tenants. It is on an action of trover
M. J. Silva and M. Gomoz, doing
business under tho namo of tho Ha
waiian Electroplating Works, vs.
Anton Homen damages laid .it
JJ300, for wrongful conversion of
goods consisting of electroplating
machinery, tools and supplies and
chattels of plaint UTs which wore in a
, shop occupied by plaintiffs rented
I of defendant. Tho case was heard
I in tho Police Court of Honolulu,
which gave judgment for dofondaut,
' and on appeal again by a Justice of
; the Supremo Court at Chambers,
i who, in affirming tho judgment bo
I low, hold that the goods in question
' wero legally distrained.
j Tho decision appealed from is
now reversed and the caso is romit
tcd to a Judgo of the Circuit Court
1 of tho First Circuit to assess the
damages, the Justice who formerly
heard the caso having no jurisdic
tion to hear it now, by tho provi
sions of tho Act to Reorganize the
j Judiciary Department. Tho law
points established 1)3' tho decision
are as follows:
j "A landlord cannot lawfully
' break open an outer door of a builcl-
ing to levy a distress for rent.
; "Trover lies for tho value of goods
' wrongfully distressed.
j "The measure of damages is the
' value of tho goods at tho timo of
i conversion with interest to tho time
1 of trial, without deducting tho
amount of rout due."
i J. A. Magoon for plaintiff; C. W.
' Ashford for defendant.
I F. AV. McChesney, assignee of A.
i L. Cron, petitions for allowanco of
accounts, discharge, etc. Receipts
1 havo been $15)12.50, and expendi-
I hires 313.10, on tho unencumbered
property. Tlioro is $282.20 for dis-
j tributiou to creditors. Tho plant
of tho candy factory was mortgaged
to W. F. Allen, who has received
$1)00 out of tho proceeds, leaving
$71.00 not still duo to him as mortgagee.
STOLE A WATCH.
Invest in curtains that will "woar
well. B. F. Elders & Co. on Fort
street havo got them, all kinds and
Go and got your hair cut at tho
Queen Street Saving Parlors. Folks
won't mistake you thou for an es
Bobbed While Asleep.
Three members of tho guards had
a timo Saturday at Looning's house,
below Smith's bridge. Two of tho
nurnbor, Audi-Wilson and Gus Kew,
wero frequently sent out for liquor.
On one of these errands one man
forgot to come back, but tho other
returned while the third man was
dead asleep, and took a bundle of
clothes. When tho man got up ho
found that his pockets had been
visited and $25 of good P. G. money
taken. Wilson was arrested this
morning with tho bundlo of clothes.
Concert at Kaumakapili.
The Norwegian brig Dato which was hero
some time ago has been abandoned at
The American four-nustod sebnnner V
H Talbot Is on her way to Honolulu from
Nmvt'aHtln. enal-hulim. !
The British bark Gainsborough is fifty
ilvo days out from Newcustle, N. S. W. for
this port. Tho Lyman J). Foster is forty
one days out from the same place. Both
Tho Ameilcan four-masted schooner
Puritan, Captain Peterson, loft for the
Golden Gate this morning with 10,737 bags
sugar, shipped as follows: OOSO bags, (!. O,
Bergcr; imflilo., V. (3. Irwin it Co.; 3S05
do., .1. T. ' and H0 bbls molasses, ship
ped by J. II, Brims. Domestic value, $70,-
Tho following is a brief description of
tho K. H. Campania, which lias broken the
record across tho Atlantic. Kxtcrnolly the
Cuurpania has an imposing appearance.
Sbo is Ol'O feet long, 05J4 feet broad, and
from the upper deck 43 feet deep. It is
computed that whim she has her lull com
plement of passengers of all cliissc.", to
gether with the ship's stall', theru will ho a
total of 2000 souls ou board.
SMYTH At Huelo, Maui, on May 2, lfeO.l,
to the wife tf J. K. Smyth, a daughter.
DAVIS-May (1, lsi, to tho wife of Henry
Davis, a sop.
Tho promptness and certainty of
its uuros havo made Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy famous. It is in
tended especially for coughs, colds,
croup and whooping coughs, and is
tho most effectual remedy known for
those dihoasos. Mr. C. B. Main, of
Union City, Pa., says: "1 havo a groat
tmlu on Chamberlain's Cough Reme
dy. 1 warrant every but lie and havo
never heard of one failing (0 givo
entire satihfaetion." fit) cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Boiimhi,
Smith A: Co., agent h for the Hawai
musical treat at
Mr. II. S. Mau-
Thoro will bo a
tho organ concert
ing, at 7:15 o'clock.
ning, a gifted tenor singer, will
rondor two songs, one with violin
obligato, and with Mrs. E. D. Ton
noy sing a duel. Tho program will
bo made up of organ solos, string
quartets and other numbers. Tho
admission is only twenty-live cents.
Tickets on salo at Thrum's bookstore.
Gone TJp Throe. Months in Conse
quence. A nativo named Kaili was handed
over to tho polico ou Saturday aftor
noon charged with tho theft of a
I silver watch valued at $25, the prop
I orty of Kamaka. Tho stealing oc-
currcd at the residence of W. L.
Wilcox at Kalihi. Tho owner of the
watch and several others wero work
I ing in tho field, when Kaili was seen
to crawl on Ins hands and knees into
tho houso and perforin the same
acrobatic performance coming out a
few minutes lalor. As tho men wore
at a good distance from tho house,
they did not sing out, but followed
the man up and searched him on
tho road. Thoy found on his person
tho silver watch, which was identi
fied by Kamaka, who had hung it up
in tho room for safety. Tho watch
was tho solo article stolen.
This morning District Judge Fos
ter sentenced Kaili to three months'
imprisonment at hard labor, and to
pay a fine of $1.
Seizure of Twelve Dozen Tho Stuff
Captain Schlemmor and rounds
man David Kaapa made a raid on a
swipes distillery on Saturday night
and captured two natives, A. Kaiia
moi and Naki, with twelve dozen of
bottles full of root beer. Tho natives
had been in tho habit of making
and soiling the stuff for some time
past, and all offoits to apprehend
them at tho trick had hitherto been
unavailing. Thoy wore at last
caught in tho act.
The liquor was stored in an ante
room in the Deputy Marshal's office,
and between Saturday night and
this morning no less than lour hot
ties exploded and broke tho case in
which the' wero stored. The four
watchful police guarding tho Station
opium occupy rooms near whore tho
stuff was stored.
Thompson trotted out his men in
goodt condition for the fray, and in
tho initial inning dribbled three
runs. Tho Kauis managed to coun
ter with a single run. From then
ou to tho fourth inning neither sido
scored, but in the huh the lvams blew
in four runs, amid great cheering by
tho kindergarten in the stand. The
load gained 113- the Knms was main
tained up to tho ninth innings, when
tho llawaiis tied the score. Kaao
gained his base on balls. C. Willis
grasped tho ash and hit tho leathern
tremendous whack over the fielder's
head. Kaao, champion 200-yard
runner, made a cle&r ciicuit of tho
bases. Willis enmo home on a pass
ed ball. Tho Kainohainohas enter
ed, sending Baker into tho box. Ho
made a base hit, hut was retired at j
third. Wahineniaikai took first baso 1
on tho fourth curve. Kaao straight- I
ened out his ball, when Rewskv
swiped it for a single. Again
curves came a little too often
Mohoula with tho eaglo eye appro
priated first baso. Maluika, tho 1-know-1'in-a-good-player,
ball into the hand of conterfiolder
Cupid, who, in his anxiety to make
double play, dropped it and Wahine
niaikai covered the homo plate, end
ing the game, acme, 0 to ;.
The P. G. baud was in attendance
and played enlivening music. Tho
game throughout was characterized
1)3 downright good playing, and the
people should show thoir apprecia
tion of lirst-class sport by giving tho
boys tho encouragement of full
. mi mm
Two kidnapers, who attempted to
bribe a .lust ice of tho Peace and a
constable and to carry off an heiress,
1 wore captured at Baltimore. The
heiress is !M anno Toomor, and her
fortune $50,000. Her stepbrother
wanted to marry her, and she and
her stepmother were agreed, but
her father shut her up in an or
phans' homo. It was to bring her
into court on fictitious .summons, so
that sho could bo carried olf, that
1 tho bribes were olfered.
! War is threatened between white
settlors and tho Navajo Indians, who
aro facing each other from opposite
banks of tho San .luan river, Colo
rado. The whites aro preparing to
use armed force if the Indians d(j
not surrender tho slayers of Welch,
a ranchman. In superior numbers
the Indians have tho advantage, but
the settlers aro madi- dcoporato by
tho constant poril of their women
Uegistercd Tonnagu .'WHO Toni
Will lie due nt Honolulu fitnii Sydney, via
Urisbane, ou or ubuut
And will leave for above Port with Malls
and Passengers on or about
Through Tickets to All Points la Caiiada
and the United States per C. P. R.
NOTK The .above .Steamer will be fol
lowed in about Four Weeks, by her Sistor
JT3"" liVir Fiirtlinr ivirMenlMr. rniriii'ilinir
10 ' freight or Passage, apply to
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.,
710-td General Agents.
mmx Dress Materials
Newest Materials ! Latest Designs!
Cotton Pongee I Cotton Chaille!
bight and Dark Ground KlVeets Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, bight Itluo, Cardinal and lllack;
PINK K10UKKI) MUSLINS IN NKW Dr.SIONS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Hrocadcd it Plain Clmnibrics,
Kltlcr-down in Pink, Cream and Itaby
Polka Dot Muslins,
A COMPLETE ASSOHTMKNT OV
Figured Irish LawnH.
i n "&T n fk vsatmrn d
mm imM i ijh
King street near Fort.
In Plaids, Olaeolcs and Stripes.
TC&- Conic and seo the White Goods wo are selling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for f 1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
5000 Alligator Pear Stones!
For which 1 a Hundred will be paid
II. K. MclXTYUE .t llUO.'S,
7l7--' Cor. Fort it King ts.
rpiIE P.KGFLAl! OUAHTEKLY MEET-
JL ing o! the Union Feed Co.. (L'd), will
bo held at the
:ct. on Till
10:JO o'clock a. m
Conmanv's Olllcc. Oueen
treet. on 1 UUKSDAY, the lltn mat
U. F. Co., L'd.
IB. :f EHLERS Ss go.
S8 PORT STKE3B3T.
AFTER TAKING STOCK ALL KINDS OF
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored I
At half the former cost.
"Velvet c Smyrna IR.-u.gs
In all sizes greatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost !
tUXT" In fact we oiler Immense Uargains 111 all Departments.
GST Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. JSi
To Let or Loaso.
BOOMS TO LET.
ALL PEUSOXS 1KWING ANY CLAIM
against the Elutu of Tat Lung,
JSankrupt, Honolulu, are hcicby notified
to ireunl the Mine at once to the under
signed A-5-igncc al the olllcc of llvman
llios. I. HU1HNSTKIN,
Assignee Estate Tai Lung, Dankrupt.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
WO FUItNJSHED ROOMS
on Jlcretania street, near
Alakea street. Apply at this
"NE SUITE OF FUKNISH-
A T AN ADJOl'KSED ANNUAL
iV Meeting of the KONA COFFEE AND
1'IiUIT CO., L'd., held at the ollice of the
Hon. A. Kin, in Honolulu, mi the llth
day of March, A. I). 1KM, the following
pur-ons weic duly elected as Olhceis for
the balance of llieensiiing teuu:
And Catarrh in tEio Head
5isy K mmmm
.1. K. Kahoolcano.
A. Fernandez. ..
V. II. Wright
Hon. A. l!o-a, S. C. Dwightand Enoch
All jKution iiitoro.sti'd in cricket
aro iotiiit-'stuil to bo at tho old base
ball grounds, .MnUiki, on Wi'dncs
dny, May 1(1, from 1 to II p.m., for
-prnctii'o. Aflur which a inditing
will bo called for I ho purpose of
forming a crickotclub, taking names
for membership and deciding on a
place for holding a'gouoral meeting.
Trusts and Combinations
Aro unpopular. IJul there is one
form of trust against which 110 one
has anything to hay. That is the
(rust which the public reposes in
Hood's Sarsaparilln, and the best of
it is the trust is lully justified by
the innrit of tlie nii'diiMne. 1'or, re
member, UoodV Sarnaparilla (Jutes,
sm Sa8 233
Mr. W. L. Tuclecr
"I feel that it Is Impossible for mo to say too
ranch la favor of lloml's S.ii!ip.u!IPi. 1 wai
a great suHercr from lmpiuo Mood and Gitalin
In my head, .lob's comforters f.illcd lo comfort
mo, and I suffered fiom uuincioiis lioiU
Agony Doyoncl Description.
When I began to IhIio Hood's "at s.iparllla I had
six of them, only four of v.lil. li ( aino to a head,
and slnco then, thanks to t hi -t good inrdleluc, I"
have been frco from lids gii.tt atllletlon. I
f ;alned 1 1 pounds la three we .. 'U10 Catarrh
u mv bead which lrn tronhl 1 1" f irjears lias
also uuen cured by Hood's h.u ..iiuiIIU and 1
ON DR.A.Tjra-HC'I' I
COOL, ('LEAK mid INVKiOHATING.
Al-o, always 011 hand
OYSTER -:- COCKTAILS
of m-'i:i:ioii gi'.vi.iiv
ed Itoouis with bathroom
MKS. A. M. MELLIS,
715-Iw 101 Fort street (upstairs).
T7U FINISHED ItOOMS
V at Waikiki with bath
ing facilities; cars pass the
place. Apply at this ollice.
HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with bathroom, pat
ent W. C, etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu.
to (177-tf) J. M. YIV
m1 1 l
From U::;ua. i. to lrliO 1
HO YEN KEE & CO.
No 41 Nuuanu St.
Bet. Hotel & King
IK ll,i:il IN
am eiijoylnv good I'Piifiul lieiltli. I earnestly
leeoiniiiend llooil' . 1 i -'i ' n.a lo all who are
afillcled." W. J.. Ti'11,111, boicliuit', Oregon.
1 l.'ver Ills, Illllom
11. hud; Headache.
HCOD'B PlLLQ cme
nc.s, Jaundice, ludii;csti
Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
WATER PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED
AT I.OIM M" UlTIW.
W. J. Kocho Dead.
W.J. lioche died al the Insane
Asylum, where lie was taken a few
weeks ago, (Ids afinrnoou. Ho wa
bora in ICnglnud 2 years ago. Mr.
Woehe was decreiary of the Hoard of
Health in IKS7.
Yen can tiniiitiiiicH tell when n
until licgiiih to Imukiliilu hy liislucath.
There is nothing I havo over used
for muscular rheumatism that gives
me as much relief as Chamberlain's
Pain Ualin does. I have been using
it for about two years four bottles
in all as occasion required, and al
ways keep a boltle of it in my home,
I believe 1 know a good thing when
I get hold of it, and Pain Jialin is
tho best liniment 1 have over mot
with. W. U. Denny, dairyman, New
Lexington, Ohio. 50 cent bottles
for sale by all dealers, llenson,
Smith it (Jo,, agents for tho Hawai
.Sutter's Fort, California, was dedi
cated with imposing ceremonies by
tho Native .Sous. It is the point j
whore the pioneers of 1K1!) congre-
gated. The building where the ex
ercises were held was tho one in i
which tho lifst specimens of gold
wero examined by .Marshall and j
Negro tenants are being kept in
subjection by Stale tioopi at .lames i
L'it, North Carolina, while troubles
about the prupeily are being ad
justed. It is said the negioes iuo
making threats of iiiceiidiarisiu after
tho troops havo been ordered away.
Dr. liuchanau has been found
guilty at New York of inuidor in the ; ""'!
Ill's t dugiuo, for poisoning his wife, i drUveml
FOR SALE !
Horse, Frazior Cart & Harness
MAONEALE A- L'lili.VN FIltEI'ltOOF
SAKE, lllii ' inoido ima-
Antique Oak Bsdvoom Set,
ivitb Mattrcsi'i". mid Pillows;
Oak Cornice I'iiIuh, I'Iuiio rjtand Lamiis,
mtlf Pluniliing Neatly
Executed bv Ex-7111-lm
ONE IILOCICFItOM HE
retania street cars, a
Oool and Convenient Cot
tage of Six ltooms, Larue
Lot, Stable and Chicken House. Apply to
K. 11. HENDKY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
FUBNISHED COTTAGE TO LET.
A COMFOUTADLY FlUU
x. nished Cottage of Two
itooms witn llatbroom at
tached, Riiitaiiic for a single
gentleman. Also Furnished
uuiet localltv. Applvat
NO. 10 EMMA bTUEET.
TO LET OK LEASE
rpHE COTTAGE AT NO.
JL Ujs King street, lately
occupied by .Mr. M. S. Ixivy,
containim;;! bedrooms. l';ir-
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and bathroom;
Stable in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
For pal ticulars and terms, apply to
013-tf at E. 0. Hull (t Sons'.
Cty For furtliur particulars apply to
OEO. W. DUltdES.S,
7-M-lw Ollice of JIoiisoii, Hmitli A Co.
All kinds of Com mr trial I'tinlinii
jirnliijitlil ijrrrultil ill loir nihn nl the
First-class Accommodation for Bathers.
Jir-'fowels k DatlilniJ Suits Freest
by giving notice through lli'll Telephone
I."i7, jinrlii's am convejeil b boat, tree of
I'lmrge, to ami ruin the Tug boat Wharf
(!', .M. K rf Co.'- diu'Ui, thereby avoiding
tlie long wall, or drive.
GF- Fumisliul Uooms (upstairs) to let
hv day, week or mouth.
rpHE TWO PIECES OF
JL Property with the
buildings thereon, situated
on King street, and at me-
-cm occupied ny .Messrs, . jsowiein anil
J. Downey, both being opposite, the resi
lience of .1. H. Atlierton; eacli of tlieco nre-
iiiImih are bringing in an annual rental of
$:ii'0, and a lino opportunity is hereby
ottered anyone who in desirous of owning
u nice comfortable home in a good loca
lity within a few minutes' walk of our
town, tor terms applv to
j " ''ia"ai!jra6
rt't vl.12 i iejs!" '
The undersigned are prepared lo give in
tending Tourists tho advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago sP Return
CONNECTION WITH THE STEAM
EltS OF THE
(X F. COLllUHN.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
AH A N DSO M E N E W 1 1 0 U S E ,fdLi
eotaliiing Parlor, Hiuokiug .Ttpir?
Itooni, l! Lirue bediooms. Din
loom and kitchen. Verandas am
CENTS A POUND.
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING
-in I ii(si-ri.M him: nv
ED W-A.R,:rO IwIOIsLEINO
ai mi. -
Moigan'i. aui'tiou room)
nal, Woodrooiu, Itathroom and Pi
I I'. Ilcaiilifitl LargedioiindneontainiiigOr-
I iianicntal, hhade and Fruit Trees, FlowcrM
i and Large drupe Arbor, Outbuilding con
tains Washroom, Servant's Itoom, Tool
i room, Chicken House nnd Yard, anil Large
l arriage House with all Improvements.
I In fact tlie place must be seen to be appro
I Hated, To a permanent ijuii-t familv a
baigalu will be made seldom olliired. Will
rent with or without Carriage lloin-e.
House Furnished or Fhfuruislicd. line
mile bom Post Ollice; one block from
ItiTctaula street cars. Also, a New fi-rooiu
i ottage with all modem Improvements at
itli all modern improvements i
Apply at this oiHco. 717-lw
ftj- bell Telephuii.' ;1I7. 7'.'o .'w
Jhdlilin, Jt) train n month,
I M l'"l:l I II AM' Dl'.U I. II I.S
Ladles' and Children's Boots,
Has removed to Nniiaim street, "I'lU'r'n
lllock," beiuiHin Meicliiint and
SllOCS - '' Meltu, master, tails
i from Honolulu for above port
i on every Monday mid Thurs
day in hi u clock A. M.
A. U. PES TAN A, Agent,
Willi (loiuulvivs .V I'll., QllOOII St.
or San FranolBao
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of Now Zealand,
K&- Further parlleuhirj may lie bud
Wb. G. IRWIN A CO.
rxecultil at th
neotlu ami promptly