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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER OCTOUEH 1. Ife92.
LOOAIi AND OENEBAIj NEWS, f, ADVERTISING THE ISLANDS.
Oflluors of tho Ooltnln Sugar Co.
nro mlvortiswl in this papor.
Dinmoml Head, U p. in. Woathnr
cloudy, wind light northeast.
Two second-hand bedroom sols
' aro wanted through V. O. box 4G9.
Marshal Hitchcock don nod his of
1 ficinl cap yeslorday evening for tho
Tho Japanese cruiser Naniva will
sail for Japan at 7 o'clock to-nior-
l row morning.
Mr. Walker's Working Up of Tourist
Travol from tho Orient.
THE NEW LINE.
Description of tho Stoamors Plying
Botwoon Sydney and Vancouver.
Mr. P. G. Evton-Walker, ropro-1 Tho sistor ships Miowora and War-
sontativo of the Hawaiian Bureau of . rimoo aro now engaged in tho trado
Information, roturned by tho O. & , botweou Australia and Vancouver,
O. S. S. Oceanic yesterday from a j B. 0., tho termor being tho pioneer
four and a half months' visit to ! sailing from Sydney to-day (May 11).
Hongkong and Japan, to advertise Each ship is 357 ft. long by 42 ft. 3
tho islands. Mr. NValkor was scon ' in. boam, with a moulded depth of
by a Bulletin reporter this morning i 28 ft., giving a registered tonuago of
Rich Red Blood
Results from taking Hood's
and was interrogated with rogard to
his visit. Tho envoy of tho buroau
i stated that ho had been vory success
ful, anil his visit hail greatly in
fluenced tho O. & O. S. S. mail
about 3400, or about 5000 tons cubic
capacity. Tho indicated horso
powor ol each on trial was -lbou.
Both woro built last year by Messrs.
Swan and Hunter, Nowcastlo-ou-
Leave Honolulu. .0:16 8:15 1:15
Arrive Honouliull.7:20 9:57 2:57
Leave Hunoiilinli..7:S0 10:43 3:13
Arrive Honolulu. .8:35 11:55 4:55
Peaiu, City Local.
Leave Honolulu 5:105 ...
Arrivo Pearl City 5:4S ...
Leave Pearl 0!ty..O:55
Arrivo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted, f Snturdays only.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
nv c. 3. IA'ONH.
Mr. Chris. It. Bishon was a nasson-
ger by tho S. S. Oceanic this mom-1 stoamors in continuing thoir calls at Tyno, and ongiuod by tho Wallsond
mg for tho Coast. this port. Tho trado botweou Japan ' Slipway Company, ami Doth as
at i"Vr r"i T 1 -ir- and Hawaii was increasing, and i might bo oxpoctod from the work of
iin. miu iiiiM. jjiiinijcit. mill mis n :,. .,., ,i.,..i.j. ii.i wr.. i....
c:35t jWodohoiwo loft bjr tho S.S.OcowiiUitho Ja sloamors' wouitl inn
6M2t ;io-uiyior vaipanuso. ,,, f .,.. ,.,,11 linri, Mr.
Tho nuartorly "meoliuL' of tho ' Walker had caused to bo posted in
Union Feed Co. will bo hold at their ? ho prominent hotels in llong
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Last qimittir of tlio moon on thuSlli :it 3h.
Mm. i. in.
Time Wlilstlo blows at 111. 2Sm. 31s. p.m. of
llono iiln time, which is the siuue us lib. Dm.
lis. of liieenwleh time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 1893.
i kong and Japan colored views illus-
trativo of tho Paradiso of the Paci-
' fie, which were much appreciated by
residents at thoso places. Many had
avowed a desiro to visit Hawaii in
the near future, and it was his
opinion that tho noxt China boat
would bring a multitude of tourists.
Thoro were nine passougors by tho
i S. S. Oceanic who stayed over in
m, . . , .. . i l l Honolulu, who also luteutl to pay a
Tho tourists, it said, dropped j -t t tb Volcnn0t Thoy wo'r(on
over a thousand dollars in Honolulu thoir ( u w M, JPa; b t
during tho steamer Oceanic s stay m WJro so ftolighlcd wiUl the 0iiumto
l,or1, . ! and tho beauties of tho city, that
Tho P. G. band played at tho thoy did not mind boing a day be-
IIolol yesterday ovoinug for tho i hind at tho fair,
olllco at 10:!10 a. in. to-morrow.
Tho Post-ollico despatched 2GJ5
lottors and 1511 papers by tho S. S.
Ocoanic to-day for tho Coast.
Creditors of Jas. Nott, Jr., will
moot at tho olllco of T. H. Davies &
Co. at 10 o'clock to-morrow (Thursday).
Wr.DNr.siiAY, May 10.
Btmr Kilauca Hon from Hawaii
Stnir talma from Hawaii
Wednenhay, May 10.
O & O 8 S Oceanic. Smith, for San Fran
cisco at 10 a in
Stmr Hawaii fur Maui and Hamakna ports
For San Francibco, per S S Oceanic, May
10 Mrs Isabella Gedge, Hon O It Bishop,
lion Aug Dreier and son, J F Hackfeld, It
O Smith, Mr anil Mrs Knudten, Lieut
Conimander Swinburne, Mr and Mrs Lam
bert, Miss Wodohou&c, Otto Isenberc and
'2 daughters, T A Pennypecker, USB Bos
ton, Louis Koch, Jno Lewis, Fugunioto, K
Iwomoto, T Azunia, Mesu, J Jocinth, 1
McLean, M Q McLean.
hcncGt of tho S. S. Oceauic's pas
Mr. Oliver Stillmnn, clerk at tlio
Custom Houso, loft his position yes
terday and was succeeded by Mr. W.
Tho steamer Lehun which arrived
early this morning brought twolvo
lepors from Ililo, Hawaii. They aro
at tho Kalihi hospital.
. . .
Notwithstanding that, tho S. S.
Oceanic was pretty well crowded,
no less than twenty-five passougors
took passago from this port.
Joseph Tinker will appear beforo
the District Magistrate to-morrow
to answer to a charge of violation of
health laws in slaughtering ill. an
The Sons of St. Georgo will give
a social and dance on a largo scale,
in a convenient hall to be selected
later, on tho evening of May 21th,
Queon Victoria's birthday.
Tho charge of being accessory be
foro tho fact in tho theft of tho
Station opium against Mrs. Mary
Sutherland was nol pros'd in tho
District Court this morning.
Asconsiou Day services will bo
held in St. Andrew's Cathedral as
follows: Evensong, 7 o'clock this
evening; Holy communion. 0:150 a.
in., and matins and address, 11 a.m.
Mr. Walker also staled that ho
had sont advertising matter and Ha
waiian views to India, and ho ox
poctod that tourists would bo also
attracted from that far country.
Being only allowed $200 for expenses
ho could not possibly extend his
visit, and consequently ho roturned.
Onco successfully started tho com
bination should not drop tho good
work. Mr. "NValkor only hopes thoy
will send him again on a similar ex
pedition, in tho same direction, as
ho was very successful indeed.
Through passengers expressed great
admiration for Honolulu and only
wished their stay could bo oxtonded.
Tho Paradiso of tho Pacific has
also shown tangiblo results, from its
distribution in distant countries and
Iho interest created in its contents,
by tlio willing acknowledgment from
Lady Herron and party (who arriv
ed by tho steamer Mariposa) that
tho "Paradiso had directed tho
thoughts of Sir Robert Horrou
hithorward as a suitable place for
health and investment. M r. 13. F.
Dillingham had also mot Sir Eobort
and added his personal, verbal, pow
ers to piesoiit tlio advantages in cli
mate and business opportunities.
Mr. Godfrej' during his stay in Sau
Francisco obtained a list of known
travellers to whom tho Paradise will
bo now mailed regularly.
O. & O. S. B. OCEANIC.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H B M 8 Royal Arthur from England
HUMS Temerairo from England
Br S S Belgic, from San Francisco,
S S Australia, Hondlettc, from gan Fran
cisco, due May 17
S S Monowai, Carey, from San Francisco,
due June 1
S S Alameda, Morse, from the Colonies,
due June 1
O V S S Miowera from Sydney, due May 25
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Am schr W H Talbot, from Newcastle, due
Am 4-masted schr Lyman 1) Foster, Dreeyr,
from Newcastle, N S W, due Mav 'J2"
Am 4-ni King Cyrus, from Newcastle, N S
W, April 5-10
Br bk Ladstock from Livorpool, due July
Bk Koutenbeck from Newcastle, duo Mav
Bk Sharpshooter from Newcastle, due June
Br bk Gainsborough, from Newcastle, N S
Bk Lamorna, from Newcastle, N S W,
Bk Amy Turner, from Boston, dno May
Ger bk U N Wilcox from Liverpool, due
Ocrbk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Fr frigate Duchollault from San Francii-eo,
Port Surveyor Saudors had an
efficient corps of officers watching
the S. S. Oceanic during lmr stay in
port, but nary a smoll of dope did
thoy catch. A number of police of
ficers with bullsoyo lanterns search
ed tho stoamor for stowaways short
ly boforo sho loft, but never a stow
did tho3r stay.
The present superintendent of tho
dredge, Mr. P. Smith, and his follow
employees aro loud in thoir praise
of tho work done by tho dredger and
aro rejoicing in tlio fact that tho
harbor is open to tho largest vessel
in thoso waters. They do not forgot
tho Bulletin, and sa3 that it is the
only paper in Honolulu.
due Mav 15-20
Haw bk It P ititchct, Morrison, from San
Francisco, duo May 12
Vessels in Port.
USS Adams, Nelson, from San Francisco
HUMS Hvacinthe from Ksquiiiialt
HUMS Naniwa, Togo, from Japan
V 8 S Boston, Day, from Hilo
Am bktno Amelia, Ward, from Port Blakc-
Am 4-m bktno W It Hume, from New
castle, N S W
Mis. bkt Morning Star from Micronesia
Am schr Aloha, Dabul, from San Francisco
Br sli Greta, (iarland, from Newcastle
The British bark Greta is still discharg
ing coal at the Fort street wharf.
Tlio steamer Lehun arrived from Hilo
and way ports between 3 and 1 o'clock this
The four-maflted schooner Aloha will
leave on Friday for the Coast with a full
load of sugar.
Tlio Missionary steam packet Morning
Star came oil' tho Marine Kalhvav this
morning thoroughly cleaned.
The four-masted barkuntlne W U Hume
has finished discharging coal. She was
moved over to tho Oceanic dock this morn
ing to load sugar.
KAUL'LK At Waikahalulu, on Mh May,
to the wife of J, K. Kulieh), a sou.
Evidence of Need of Organized Pro
tection for Women and Childron.
Between 12 and 1 o'clock to-day a
littlo six-yoar old Chinese girl was
drivon to tlio Polico Station in a
hack by a polico ollicor. Tho oilicer
staled that he arrested tho girl at
tho request of a Chineso baker
who charged her with tho theft
of a loaf of bread from his
bakery this morning. Further
investigation olicitcil tho lact
that tfio girl was brought from
Uhina as a servant, itireo Hays ago
she ran away from tho house, corner
of King and Kckauliko streets, and
hid under another houso, where she
stayed three days. It is presumed
she was on one of her foraging expe
ditions when caught.
Deputy Marshal Brown sent for
the guardian or employer, On
Chong, and advised hint "to look
after tho girl and give her medical
treatment. Tho little thing is in a
pitiable state, being covered with
blotches and dirt.
Frank Godfrey, editor and one of
the publishers of the I'anulino of
tlio Pacific, was tho first to register
his publication under the newspaper
law of the P. G. D. Logan, editor,
secretary and treasurer of tho Bulle
tin Publishing Co., was next. Up
till 2:.r) p.m. thoso were all who had
complied with the law. Others had
called at tho lutorior Ollice before
tho blanks were ready.
Departure of the Big Ocean Liner
for San Francisco.
Tho O. & O. S. S. Oceanic resumed
hor voyage to San Fraucisco at 10:20
o'clock this morning, dipping tho
British flag to tho United States,
British and Japanese warships as
she steamed out of tho harbor. There
was a large number of peoplo on tho
wharf to bid goodbye to tho largost
passenger stoamor that has over
graced Honolulu harbor.
Tho P. G. baud was in attendance
aud played tho steamer off. It was
promptly at 10:0() o'clock when
Pilot Shepard gave tho command that
all linos with tho excoption of one
from tho stern bo thrown off. Tho
tug then pulled tho steamship round.
Mr. and Mrs. Lambert, Miss Wodo
house, and Mr. August Droier and
son, and MY. J. F. Hackfeld woro
among outgoing passengers from
this port. Thoy woro gaily decor
ated with lois and ilowors.
Some of tho crow forward did a
laud ollice business while tlio steam
er was in port. Thoy had any
amount of birds, including canaries,
parrots and nightingales which thoy
I offered for sale. Canaries woro sold
at 81.50, nightingales, at seventy-fivo
cents, anil parrots at a dollar a piece.
These prices included the cages, and
the latter had to undergo tho Cus
toms duty of fifty-cunts. A wag
proposed to throw tho cage over tho
feuco and carry tho bird in his hand,
but the proposal was not acquiesced
these ominont linns havo given
ovory satisfaction. On thoir trial
trips thoy attained a speod of 17
knots, and thoy havo boon noted
and plans taken by tho Admiralty
for subvention in caso of war. A
11-knot speed would, allowing for a
short dotoutiou at Honolulu, convoy
mails from Sydney to Vancouver in
A sorvico of 21 days to Vancouver
is shorter by several days thau tho
oxistiug route to San Francisco.
Tho now lino is not, howovor, in op
position to tho San Francisco ser
vice, but a competitor with tho P. &
O. sorvico by the Isthmus of Suez.
Tho Miowera and Warnmoo aro
fitted with tho latest triplo expan
sion niachinery refrigerators for
ship's use, dupbeato electric light
ing, special ventilation for tropical
voyaging, and with tho other com
forts for passougors which aro to bo
found in Atlantic Hues. Iu tho
trado in which thoy havo recently
boon ongaged between Australia
and Now Zealand thoy havo won
for themselves a very high reputa
tion. TI103- aro described as tho
finest vessels in tho Australasian
To Australians tho prospect is
very pleasing of having a fortnightly
mail sorvico in conjunction with tho
San Francisco steamers. Tho pro
jectors anticipate that with tho
speedier Atlautic sorvico now in con
templation by tho Canadians, tho
time botwoon Sydnoy and London
will soon be reducod to 80 days, or
four days less thau that of tho Isth
mian route. And, iu tho event of
European war, all that would bo
needed to establish a weekly route
aro additional stoamors botwoon
Australia and Vancouver. In tho
sotting forth of advantages to tho
Australians tho owners of tho uew
lino point out tho attraction of a
stop at Honolulu. Tho Canadian
Parliament has voted a subsidy of
$125,000 a year to the lino.
Firstrato Symposium of Musical Ta
lent Last Night.
Mr. Wray Taylor, iu charge of the
great organ in Kaumakapili Church,
has reason to bo congratulated on
the result ho achieved iu last night's
musical event. He sot tosothor a
Mr. Gliam. Walkor
Ot Ban Francisco.
"For soveral years 1 havo been troubled with
blotches and pimples on my faoe and body,
which were very annoytne. I tried icycral pre
scriptions, and also other medicines, but tni
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials ! Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaillel
Light and Dark Ground Efl'ei'ts I'rctty I'nttcnm;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Croatn, Light Illuo, Cardinal and lllnck;
KINK KIUUItED MUSLINS IN Nl'.W DLSIQNB,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Hood's s Cures
did not seem to benefit me. Last fall a friend
arivherimoto try Hood's Sarsaparllla. I was
determined to ctvo It
A Thorough Trial.
After using two bottles, my skin returned to Its
natural state. I still uso IU as It gives mo
strength and vigor. I never had better health
In my lite, and 1 owe It tu taking Hood's Sarsa-
Barilla." t'tus. Walkeii, with Carvill Mfg.
o., 48 Eighth Htreot, Ban Francisco.
Hood's Pills aro the best after-dinner
Flits, assist digestion, cure headache. 2G&
TWO GOOD, SECOND-HAND BKD
room Sets, ninrhle-top; Antique Oak
or lllaek Walnut
O. BOX 409."
ELECTION OF OFEICERB.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OK
tho Ooknla Sugar Plantation Com
pany nckl m tins city on Tuesday, aoy
Slth, tho following Otlicers were duly
J. N. Wrii-ht
..J. M. Dowsett
... .11. W. Mist
Scotch Ginghams, Brocaded t Plain Chatnhrics,
Eider-down in Pink, Cream and Baby
Polka Dot MiLsllns,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OK
In Plaids, Cheoks and Stripes.
Ufe- Come and hco the White Goods we are celling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for $ 1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS
99 FORT STRHJHJT.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
rpHE SLOOP "WAIANAE,"
JL F. Motta, master, sails
from Honolulu for above port
on every Monday and Thurs
day at 10 o'clock a. m.
A. 0. PESTANA, Agent,
with Gonsalves & Co., Queen st.
Thoro 1h nothing 1 lmvo ovor iibod
for muscular rliouinatistii that gives
1110 as much roliof as Oliaiiihorlain'K
i'atn Balm duos. 1 havo boon using
it for about two yours four bottlos
in nil as oooasion roquirotl, ami al
ways koop a bolllo of it in my homo.
1 boliovo I know a good thing whon
1 got hold of it, and 1'aiu lialm is
tho bust liniiiioiit I havo ovor mot
with. AV. U. Douny, dairyman, Now
Loxiugton, Ohio, TU uoiit bottles
for Milu by all doalors. Jioiihou,
Smith tc (Jo., agontu for tho Hawai
Whilo Mr. T. .1. Jtiuhoy, of Altona,
Mo., was traveling iu Kansas ho was
takon violent ly ill with eholura mor
bus. Ho called at a drug store to
gut bomo iiiixliuino and tho druggist
recommended C'hamberlainV Colic,
Cholera aud Diarrlnea Keiuedy so
highly ho concluded to try it. Tho
result was immediate relief, and a
fow doses cured him completely.
It is made for bowel complaint and
nothing else. It never faiU. For
sale by all denier. Menson, .Smith A:
Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Inlands.
All kimh 0 C'ommrrciul I'tlnUtvj
promptly woutftl ut low ruttt at the
According lo the I'l.uiklui'U'i' Zi
UlilK the ICM-culhi: (!omiinll'u of llni
Auli-rluvciy Ciiiiimii,v him (luciilcd to
ili-ce.itiuue .Major mi Y'imiii.iii'i en.
mi prion anil to otl'er the Nyuv.i sta
tion to the lmpt'iiul (iiiVDiiimeiil.
l'umU me iiiMilliuioiil fm tliouuiuiiiu
uneu uf thu new outoinrUu,
Eight Percont of Alcohol Two Dozon
Some of the bottlos of swipes cap
tured by roundsman David Kaapa
the other day woro taken to Oahu
College on Monday to be examined.
J'rof. Lyons reported this morning
that the liquor contained eight per
cent of alcohol, ample to set a man
off his pins. Thoso samples belong
ed to the twelve do.ou bottlos cap
tured on Saturday niirht, which
created an alarm at the Station by
four bottles exploding and bursting
t ho caso.
In answer to a question this morn
ing an oilicer stated that there woro
no lo.ii than twenty-four swipes
shops in town, kept by Japanese,
Chinese, natives and foreigners.
Formerly they sold the stull in bot
tloi, but since the recent raids thoy
have become careful and sell it in
tin cans, '"Another thing," the of
licor said, "they sell the liquor with-
l 111 two or three hundred yards of l
I the place it i manufactured." ,
Kahaiianui, the native arrested by
roundsman Kaapa, was found guilty
' in the District Court to-day and
neuleiiced to pay a iiuo of .$100 and !
1 .'(, 10 eonis. Defendant noted an ap
peal. j "
Arrostod for Vailing- TrooB.
1 Five Portuguese Frank Alve.i, M.
I (J. IVdro, Alfred Froitas, .lolin
I Audio and .lohn Comes - were ar
! net I'd at 111 o'clock this morning on
(he (op of I'uiichbiiwl in the act of
ciiltiug some trees 011 liovoruuieiil
laud. Their hewing implements,
consisting of cios cut haws, a.es
and knives, were brought down, and
aro now iu t he custody of Clerk Zab
luu nt thu Station.
rare varioty of talont, instrumental
and vocal, and ovory number was a
treat. Mr. Taylors own perform
ances on tho organ, ho having made
three appearances, were fine exhibi
tions of tho groat scope of that in
strument. His quick command of
tho stops aud mastery of the endless
ran go of harmonies woro woll illus
trated. As a finale ho played tho
Amorican, British, Japanese and Ha
Mr. H. L. Manning of H. B. M. S.
Hyacinth was loudly encored for his
son-', "La Soronata," Dr. H. E. South
of tlio same ship accompanying on
tho organ. Mrs. E. D. Tenuoy and
! Mr. Manninc; made a groat nit in
I tho duet, ''Oh, that wo two woro
I Mayiug," rospouding to an oncojw. j
Miss Patch accompanied on tho
' piano. Mr. Manning got another j
I warm oucoro iu his song, "Whisper
1 and I shall hoar," to which Mr.
Rosen played a violin obligato. Mr.
Manning is certain of an ovation
ovory time he contributes his rich
tenor to tho enjoyment of a Hono
Dr. South, in a cavalina by Ra(T,
showed a very familiar acquaintance
with organ keys. His solo thoroon
was a sweet one and loudly applaud
ed. Dolightfully soothing music
was produced on two violins aud a
viola by Messrs. J. Rosen, J. Breith
aud A. Marquos. Messrs. Rosen, O.
Wall, Marquos and Taylor gave
three quartets with two violins, a
viola and a violoncello, which woro
playod 111 perfect tune and unison.
Thoro was a good-sizod audience,
but the concort deserved a full houso.
ALL PERSONS HAVING ANY OLAIM
agaiitbt the Estato of Tni Lung,
Bankrupt, Honolulu, are herehy notified
to present the same at once to vhe under
signed A-i-dgnee ut thu ollice of Hyman
Uros. I. UUP.INSTE1N,
Assignee Estate Tai Lung, Bankrupt.
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLOKED Ju-t suitable for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS-A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
KOO CHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
Silveliix and "Villo. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Subline, Etc., Etc.
ZW Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. JS3
To Lot or Lease.
BOOMS TO LET.
rpWO KUKNISHEI) ROOMS
JL on Beretnnin street, near
Alakeu street. Apply at thi-
rpHE REGULAR QUARTERLY MEET
X ing of the Union Feed Co., (L'dl, will
he hem at the Company'!) Otllco, Qucon
Htroet, on THURSDAY, tho 11th nibt., at
10::X) o'clock a. m.
F. It. VIDA,
710-5t Secretary U. K. Co., L'd.
FOR S-AXjIEJ !
Horse, Frazier Cart & Harness
MAONEA LE .t URI1AN K1REPROOK
SAKE, 14xl!)xLl inside mea-
Antique Oak Bedroom Set,
with MnttresacM and Pillowx;
Oak Cornice Poles, Piano Stand Lamps,
Wardrobe, Etc., Etc.
tSf Kor further particulars apply to
NEW HOUSE OK FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent . C, etc. Commands
one of the llnest views in Honolulu.
J. M. VIVAS
ONE BLOCK FROM I1E
rctania street cars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tage of bix Rooms, I-nrne
Lot, Stahle and Chicken House. Applv to
E. It. HENDRY, "
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s vtorc.
TO LET OR LEASE
HE COTTAGE AT NO.
GEO. W. BURGESS,
Ollice of Benson, Smith it Co.
Pacific Steam Line
Kinir street, latelv
occupied hy Mr. .M.S. l3Vy,
containiiiL'.'t Bedrooms. Par
lor, j'liinig-rooui, jvnciieu ami luunrooiii;
Stable in yurd; Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars and terms, apply to
(M-tf ot E. O. Hall A Suns'.
Rooms to lot with hoard at Uaui
Hoot Boor 011 draiiKht at Boiison,
Smith bi. Co.'s.
Aftor shaving uso Cuuumhor Skiu
Tonic, liunsoii, Smith k, Co., Agents.
Sunburn roliovod at onco by Cu
tsuiubur Tonic. IJuiiboii, Smith Si Co.,
Dr. MoLoiiiian, liil Fort struct,
abovo llotol. Chronic and Sugical
casus. .Mutual loioimoiio oaz.
Prof. P. Lombard, A. 33., will con
tinuo giving instruction in private
and iu classos; Pronch, Spanish,
and Latin. Kusiduucu, Alaktm struol,
noar Y. M. C. A.
For Vancouver, B. C:
The New anil Magnificent Al Steamship
TWO PIECES OF
Pronertv with the
Buildings thereon, situated
on King street, anil ut pre
sent occupied hy Messrs. 8. Nowlein und
J. Downey, both being opposite the resi
dence of J. 11. Atherton; each of theo pre
mises ure bringing iu an uiiuual rental of
Ui0, and a line opportunity is hereby
ollered anyone who is desirous uf owning
a nice comfortable home in a good loca
lity within a few minutes' walk of our
town. For terms apply to
(iimf JOlfN F. COLBURN.
A HANDSOME NEW HOUSE
cotaiuing Parlor, Smoking
Laruu Bedrooms. Din-
and Kitchen, Verandas and l.u-
Registered Tonnage 3500 Tons
Will hu duo at Honolulu from Sydney, via
Brisbane, 011 or about
HjUHT 3 5 til
mil. Woodroom. Bathroom und Patunt W.
C. Beautiful LargcUrouudscoutainingOr
liamcutal, Shade und Kruit Trees, Flowers
and Lurgu Grape Arbor. Outbuilding con
tains Washroom, Servant's Room, Tool
room, Chicken House and Yard, aud I .urge
Carriage House with all Improvements.
In fact tho place must be heen to be appre
ciated. To a permanent ipiiet (aiiufv a
bargain will be made seldom ollered. Will
rent with or without Carriage Huusu.
House Furnished or Unfurnished. One
mile from Post Ollice; one block from
Ueretauia street cars. Also, a New 5-rooin
Cottage with all modern Improvements ut
low rent. Ajiply at this otUce. 717-lw
The iiiider-igued aro prepared to give in
tending Tourists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
1110 most pauuui casus 01 ruuuiii- ;
atism may bo ruliovcd by a fow aj-
plications of Cliamborlaiu's Pain j
Jialni; its continued uso will euro
any caso, no inattur ol how long
standing. It is equally bonulioiol for
Initio back, pain 111 thu sido, pain in
tho chost; lauiouoss, mid iu all pain
ful nHuutioiis requiring an external
remedy. A piece of Ilaiinel saturat
ed with l'aiu lialm and bound on
over the seat of pain is superior to
any plaster. Kor sale by all dealers,
lieiihon, Smith & Co,, Agents for the
OuriiiK 1WM thuro woro -1,(151 lu-M-rliinirt
(ruin thu British A nny. Thnru
wore 10,80.1 court-martial, und t!0S,
I'.K) minor punishment imposuil. The
Ku11ur.1l conduct of the boIiHoib is improving.
And will leave for above Port with Mails
and PasHeiigcrs on or about
Through Tickets to All Points In Canada
and the United States per C. P. R.
NOTE The abovo Steamer will be fnl
lowed Iu about Four Weeks, by her Biotor-
MW Kor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage, apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
7111-td (Jeueral Agents.
Kor Local Nows
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
No 41 Nuuanu St. Bet. Hotel & King
Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
WATER PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED
AT I.OWKhT lUTKH.
PltlUlbllll! Neat I
Kxecuted hv Kx-TllAliu
lMI'OKrr.ll AMI IlKAI.Mt IN
IN CONNECTION WITH THK STKAM
KKS OK THK
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of Sen. Franoisoo
UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Ol' New Zealand.
W Further particulars ma hu httd
Gent's, Ladles' and Children's Boots, Shoes
Win. G. IRWIN 4 CO.
Huh removed to Nuuanu street, "Foter's
lllorli," between Merchant ami
lhiily llullttin, 00 cents
month, Jh Printing
I (Milted ut the
nciify din promptly