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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTEH OCTOBKR 1. 1892.
A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. .0:16
Arrive Honolulu.. 8 :35
l'KAiti. City Local.
Leave Honolulu 5:10 ....
Arrive Pearl Olty 5:4S8 ....
Leave Pearl CIty..(I:55
Arrivo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays cxcopted. t Saturdays only.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1893.
Saturday, May 13.
Btmr Mokolii from Molokai
Stiur lwulilu! from Kauai
Stmr Wuialealo from Kauai
Stmr J A UummiuH from Koolau
Sehr Mahimahi from Waianac
Vossols Leaving Monday.
Stmr .las Mnkco for Kapaa
Stmr l'ole for Makaweli at 4 p m
Stim Mokolii for Molokai
Htmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Cargooa from Island Forts.
Stmr Waialenlc 3'Jll bags sugar.
Stinr Iwalanl 'J000 bags sugar and 13 pkgs
Stmr Mokolii 15 head cattle, 13 calves, 150
sheep, 2 horses, 350 goatskins, 60 hide.
From Makaweli, per stmr Iwalanl, May
13 J A Ward and J deck.
From Molokai. per stmr Mokolii, May 13
Mr Kupihcu, T N K Keola and wife, Geo
Kekipi and twenty-eight others.
The steamer C. K. Bishop is receiving a
little touching up at the Kinan wharf.
The steamer Pelo is loading with coal at
tho railway wharf for Makaweli, and ex
pects to have a load on Monday.
The four-masted barkuntino Willie It.
IIuiih) will leave early next week for the
Coast with over twenty-thousand blTgs of
The barkentino Amelia, after receiving
an overhauling on tho ways, has begun re
ceiving sugar cargo from the schooner
Liholilio and the 0. S. S. Co.'s warehouse.
She will leave next week.
, st. Andrew's cathedral.
First Sunday after Ascension.
The Cathedral Congregation of
St. Androw's will hold services to
morrow, as follows: 6:30 a. in., Holy
Communion; 11 a. m., matins and
sermon; kynms 148, 14G and 115.
7:30 p. m., evensong and sermon;
hymns 114, 119 and 150.
r SECOND CONGREGATION.
The sorvicos of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Androw's Cathedral
to-morrow, Sunday, will bo as fol
lows: 9:15 a. in., morning prayer
with sermon; Venito, Gauntlett in
E flat; To Deum, Dudley Buck in B
minor; Bonedictus, Oakoloy in F;
anthem, "How lovely aro thy dwell
ings fair," by Spohr. 6:30 p.m., even
song with sermon; Magnificat, Ran
dall, in E; Nunc Dimittis, Hayes, in
hi ilat; anthem, "lilossod aro they
that dwell in thy courts," by Tours,
ltov. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All
aro cordially invited.
Sunday Sorvicos 6 and 7 a.m.,
XiOW Musses. English sormon at
tho 7 a. m. Mass, every Sunday
during tho whole year. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sermon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
.Rosary and Catechism. 4 p.m., in
winter season (November to Febru
ary), 4 :30 p. m. in summer season
(Fobruari' to Novombor), Bonodic
tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Sorvicos 6 and 7 a. m.,
Tho Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Daj' Saints, Mili
laui Hall, rear of Opora Houso. Sor
vices will bo hold Sunday as follows:
""" 10 a. in., Bible class; 11:15 a. m. and
7:30 p. in., preaching, by Elder J.
SEVENTH DAY ADVDNTISTS.
Seventh Day Adventist Church,
t corner Punchbowl and Borotania
strools, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath feohool, 1:30; social meeting af
ter Sabbatii school, Biblo reading
ovory Sunday evening. Everyone
y. ii. c. a. nALL.
Sunday, 11 a. m., sorvicos in Oahu
Jail; 1:15 p. in,, services in Barracks;
3:30 p. in., Biblo Study in Y. M. C. A.
6:30 p. m., Gosplo Praiso Service in
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7:30
prayer mooting at Y. 51. C. A
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Sunday School at 9:15 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p. m.
Rov. E. G. Bockwith, D.D., pastor.
Evangelistic borvices will lie con
ducted by tho Y. 51. C. A. in But hoi
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
p. m, Evoryono welcome.
While 5Ir. T. J.Riohoy, of Altona,
Mo., was traveling in Kantian ho was
taken violently ill with cholera mor
bus. Ho called at a drug store to
got Homo niodicino and tho druggist
recommomlod Chaiiiborhiln'H Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhiua Remedy m
highly lie concluded to try it. Tho
result was immediate relief, and a
few (Ioho.s uured him completely.
It is made for bowel complaint ami
nothing else, it never fails. For
nalo by all dealers. Uonaon, Smith ii
Co., Agents for tho Huwaiiau lalanda.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A gentleman roquiros a fumiskod
J. N. Wright advortisos an Ayr
shire bull for service.
Furnished rooms aro to bo had on
application to J. N. Wright.
Diamond Head, 12 m. Weathor,
clear; wind, fresh northeast.
A cntnom with full outfit suitable
for a beginner is for Halo cheap.
Four-cont Hawaiian stamped en
velopes aro wanted at this olhco.
covory of a
is oirorod for tho re
gold monogram broast-
balloons aro all
tho crazo in town
Captain Hilbus has boon romovod
from tho command of tho steamer
Col. Norris announces tho salo of
Kahuku ranch, Kan, at auction on
tho first of Juno.
Mark Twain II. has written this
week's article for tho Hawaiian
Hardware Co.'s column.
Captain May of H. B. M. S. Hy-
apt am .
acinth will lead tho praiso service at
tho Y. M. C. A. to-morrow at 6:30
Four Chinoso che fa gamesters
wore sentenced to pay a lino of S7
each in tho District Court this
Tho Kamohatnchas and Crescents
will meet this afternoon at 3:30
o'clock. Tho P. G. band will bo in
A good chance to buy California
mules is offered to-day by J. N.
Wright, whoso reputation as a dealer
in tho best stock is unsurpassed.
The steamer 5Iokolii brought ono
hundred and fifty sheep from Lanai
this morning, consequently thoro
will bo plenty of Sundai mutton.
A Chinaman named Ah Tai was
sentenced in tho District Court this
morning to pay a fine of j?500 and
servo six months ill jail for soiling
opium without a license.
On Emma street, at tho rear of
D. Nahoolowa's residence, at 5:30
this p. in., tho first Auwaiolimu ttig-of-war
team will pull against tho
Emma street team for a purse of .?(i().
There will bo a meeting of tho
Hooulu Lahui Sociot at Honuakaha
on Tuesday afternoon, May 16th, at
3:30 o'clock. As business of import
ance will bo transacted, a full attend
ance is requested.
Thoro will bo cricket practico on
the Makiki recreation grounds this
afternoon. In tho evening at 7
o'clock tho club will meet for per
manent organization at tho Hawaii
an Hotel. All who take an interest
in tho game should bo thoro.
Germany is admitted to' bo tho
most musical nation on tho faeo of
tho earth, and consequently none
but good pianos aro used b7 musi
cians in that country. Tho virtuosos
of tho Leipsic Consorvatorium pre
fer playing on tho Wostonnayer
piano for which Ed.HofTschlaogor&
Co. aro tho solo agents for theso
islands. Its tono is unrivalled.
President Clovcland is said to
smoke a "G. B. D." pipe, because it
gives tho coolest smoke.
Tho only houso in town that keeps
a full assortment of bed and table
linon mind you real linen, not cot
ton, is T. H. Davies A: Co., Queen
Tho World's Fair lies about six
miles from Chicago. Visitors to tho
Fair can avoid all tho bother of
catching trains by putting up at tho
Gorman Hotel, which is only two
blocks from tho Fair.
Sotno builders in town have a
knack of always taking the cake in
tho contract biz. Tho reason is
plain, thoy know tho proper place
to buy materials. Try V. G. Irwin
fc Co., L'd., for lime and cement,
two items that cut a considerable
dash in building contracts.
From tho Brush of Mrs. J. M.
Thoro is in the dental office of Dr.
J. 51. Whitney, at tho corner of Fort
aud Hotel streets, a lino collection
of water-color paintings of sit'-
threo ditlorent species of fish caught
in Hawaiian waters. Tho collection
is the properly of 5Irs. J. 51. Whit
ney, having been executed by that
lady's own hand. The work is
admirable, showing careful study
of tho di flu rout colored fishes.
5Irs. Whitney procured ovory
fish that her brush reproduced
on paper, at tho Fishmarket. Some
of tho fishes aro very rare, and are
seldom to be seen at tho market,
51any have called at tho doctor's
ollico to view the collection. Tho
oopiihue, tho little fih which caused
tho death of a Cliiui'su fisherman, is
among tho number.
Socond Tournament to Take Placo
on June let.
Tlio socoiul tmirwiiiioul in tho
wrohtling bonis by Prof, Lulioidu'ri
nthlotii' class, for tho niiildlowuitflit
climniioiishi of tho Hawaiian Inl
ands, will (alio placo on .111110 1st, at
tho UorotatiiH fetroot Armory. Nakn
ina in tho piv.-oiit holdor of tho
medal won at tho hiit toiiriiainoiit.
Tho modal in to bo won throo tiino.i
boforo it h tho property of tho win
ner. Tho contestants in tho Into
tournament have had a little oxpori
onco now in match wiestling and
theio is ovory indication of mjiiio
Kood inatuhe in tho coining tourna
ment. Tho hchool will open in tho lluro
tauia hI 1 mil Aimory on .Monday
A DELIGHTFUL DINNER.
Qivon at Sana Soucl by Prof. Kauff
man to Mr. Otto E. Ehlors.
Tim capabilities of tho abovo
establishment woro shown in a
highly creditable manner last ovon
ing. Professor Knu (Titian, who hails
from Germany's 5Iotropolitan City
gavo a dinner m honor of his friend
and countryman Mr. Otto E. Ehlors.
Tho grounds woro illuminated for
the occasion in oriental fashion and
in a most pleasing manner. Tho
tablo was spread in tho largo lauai
facing tho ocoan. After tho good
things woro disposed of, cards, bil
liards and music came in for a sharo
of attention; altogether a delightful
timo was passed. Below is a list of
tho invited guests, viz.: 5Ir. and
5Irs. Allen Herbert, 5Iiss Herbert,
Prluco David Kawanauakoa, Souhor
Canavarro, Chargo d' Affaires for
Portugal; Dr. and Mrs. Henri Mc
Grow, Miss Finklor, 5Ir. Focko, 5Ir.
Otto E. Ehlors of Gorniauy, 5Ir.
Raboy, II. 51. S. Hyacinth; Liotit.
Chadwick, H. 51. S. Hyacinth; 5Ir.
Will Colo of Chicago, U. S. A., and
5Ir. Viggo Jacobson of Denmark.
Tho following rechorcho nionu was
served up by tho propriotor, 5Ir.
Geo. Lyctirgus, assisted by the woll
known artist in that lino of businos,
5Ir. P. Lucas of Honolulu. It was
voted by those present, that tho
dinner would have done credit to a
AMiaragus a la Cream,
IlndMi, Olive, Celery,
Devilled Crab, Mullet a la Mayonnaise,
Draied fillet of lleof a la Italienne,
(iteen Fritters a la Isabel le,
Lamb Chops, Fresh Green l'ea,
Potatoes, boiled; Potatoes, ma-died;
Baked Sweet Potatoes, Green Peas,
Asparagus a la Hollaudinc.
Chicken Fricasse, Salmi of Duck,
Boned Turkey, Cranberry Sauce;
IUiked llamChampagne Sauce;
Lobster, Lettuce, Tomato.
Apples, Grapes, Assorted Nuts,
Swis-, Cheese, Water Crackers, Vanilla,
Ice Cream, Orange Sherbet, Codec.
Teresa Machado Found GuiltyMat
ters in Chambers.
Teresa 5Iachado's trial for steal
ing 800 from Schwauck tho bumboat
man ended this forenoon with a ver
dict of guilty. Judge Cooper re
manded nor for sentence till Monday.
Judge Whiting at chambers yes
terday adjudicated Jatnos Nott, Jr.,
a bankrupt on his own petition. Tho
assets aro $4932 and liabilities $1510.
It is a forced bankruptcy by tho fore
closure of a chattol mortgage. 51011
day, 5Iay 22, is appointed for tho
meeting of creditors.
F. A. Schaefer has filed his annual
account as executor of tho estate of
Charles Long. Receipts, $1)779.85;
expenditures, $8698.09; cash balance,
S10S1.7C; investments, .$35,500. Re
ferred to a master to report May 22.
Mr. Schaofer's account as executor
of the estate of L. Marchant has
been approved by Judgo Whiting.
Recoipts,$(74.43; expenditures, $254.
41; cash balance, $119.97; invest
S. 51. Damon has filed his account
and asks for a discharge as executor
of tho will of Lizzie Kapoli Kama
kau. Receipts, $189.16; expendi
tures, $175; balance, $14.16.
Mr. Hartwell has filed a motion to
restrict tho new trial of Kawai K.
Georgo vs. Hanakaulani Holt to tho
question of adverse possession.
Editors of Holomua and Ka
Snapped Up for Libel.
5Ir. G. C. Konyon was arrosted at
12:55 o'clock this afternoon, on a
warrant sworn out by Hon. W. O.
Smith, Attornoy-Gonoral, charging
"libel in tho first degree by printing
and publishing a ceitain article, 'The
Howl over Hawaii,' on 5L-.3' 12th, in
the Hawaii Holomua, tending to in
jure the famo, reputation aud good
name of ono John L. Stovous, and to
bring him into disgrace, abhorronco,
odium, hatred, contempt and ridi
cule. Tho prisoner was locked up in a
cell downstairs, until a few minutes
later, when 51essrs. H. E. 51cIntyro
and J. F. Bowler furnished $500 bail
'for his release.
5Ir. J. E. Bush was also arrested
i,..n.. f r- v.,.,.... i.......,i
with libel in Urn first degree, by
publishing an article headed "Ho
Pilikia," on 5Iay Pith, in Ka Loo o
ka Lahui, "tending to injure tho
fame, reputation and good name of
tho Provisional Government of tho
Hawaiian Islands, and of T. C. Por
lor, 5Iinistor of Finance. 5lossr.-. P.
Roouey and E. 15. Thomas furnished
bonds for 5rr. Bush.
Both editors will appear in tho
District Court on 5Ionduy morniug.
The article published in tho Holo
mua was a clipping from an Ohio
Tho Myrtles and Hoalunis Will Moot
Tho Ilealani I5oat Club, which
holds tho champion bix-oarcd race
cup, having won it from tho Myrtlos,
received a challenge from tho laltor
tho other day. Ah thoro had been
talk of a bluff being run in on thorn,
vorv little notice was taken of it. It
was learned, however, that the Myr- 1
ties woro in earnest, therefore tho
challenge was considered, with tho
result that it has been accepted by
tho llealanis. The conditions and I
course will bo agreed on later. 1
Tho .Myrtle crow have boon out in I
Iheir new racing shell lately, and1
thoy havo groat confidence in hor
capabilities, Tho llealanis have not ,
been out much lately, but thoy will ,
hiivotimo enough for practice, bo-1
tweou now and tho time of tho event, I
KaJiuku Ranch. Kau, Hawaii,'
The above I .nice
petty uill be told
n( June iiuxt.
Muy I'.1, Ibli'J.
ami Woll-kninvn Pro
at unction 011 the lt
, AN OPIUM HAUL.
Olovor Oapturo by Captain Klommo
in a Chinese Resort.
Captain Klommo of tho mounted
patrol inado a haul of eight tins of
first-class Hongkong opium at 6
o'clock yostordny ovoniug in a Chi
noso storo on Nutianu street, bolow
tho Empire Saloon. Tho officer sus
pected that thoro was something
crooked in tho placo upstairs, and
lay in wait on Bothol street, in tho
rear of tho building,, at 5 o'clock.
An hour later ho noticed a China
man with a packago undor his arm
going upstairs into the room. Ho
camo down again and returned a
second timo with his coat bulging
out. Tho officer thon mndo a rush
upstairs aud was agreeably surprised
iu'sooing throo tins of Hongkong
opium laid out on the table, and a
man named John Xavior, formerly a
customs officer, standing, knifo in
hand, examining tho stuff. In a
drawer in tho tablo were five moro
tins of tho stuff. As soon as tho
Chinaman found ho was comorod,
ho pleaded with tho officer to conio
over to his storo and ho would givo
him lots of monoy to roloaso him.
Ah Kau, as tho Chinaman's name is,
then borrowod $100 from Xavior,
which ho handed over to tho officer.
Klommo took tho monoy and march
ed both moil with the opium down
to tho Station.
It transpired afterward that Xav
ior had inado an appointment with
Ah Kau, who is the manager of a
largo Chinese mercantile houso on
Hotel street, to buy Hongkong
opium of him, and tho mooting placo
was at tho storo. Tho room where
tho mon woro caught is said to bo a
kind of reading room for Chinamon.
When Xavior was searched $800 in
$50 bills was found in his iusido
pockot. With this money ho bailed
himself-out last night.
TRIBUTE PROM NEW ENGLAND.
Tho Lifo Work of Reverend Hiram
Tho first printing of the entire
Biblo in tho languago of tho Gilbert
islands was completed in tho AmorU
can Biblo Society's rooms at tho
Biblo-hotiso in Now York, Tuesday.
Tho interesting circumstance con
nected with tho fact was tho pres
ence of Rov. Hiram Bingham and
his wife, who has been his .constant
co-laborer, and 5Ir. Bingham, who
wont to those islands as a mission
ary in 1857 and begun his transla
tion in 1859, "saw of tho labor of his
soul and was satisfied." Tho Gil
berts comprise a score of islands, in
habited by 30,000 people, 2500 miles
southward of Hawaii, on both sides
and verj' near tho equator. They
have been made Christians by Am
erican missionaries; Rov. 5Ir. Bing
ham was tho sou of American mis
sionaries, aud was born at Honolulu
62 years ago, graduated from Yalo
College when ho was 21, aud began
his missionary work when ho was 25.
Ho is tho protagonist and his is tho
championship thoro. So that this
completion of his lifo work was a
wondorful thing for him. Ho had
tho gospel of Matthew published in
1865; tho Now Testament was finish
ed in 1873, tho Old Tostamout in
1890; now it is all done, and on
Tuesday tho last verse of tho last
chapter of tho book of Revelation
was road in proof by 51r. Bingham,
a correction made, aud thon ho read
tho verso aloud in tho Gilbort Isl
ands tongue, his voico trembling
with omotion, and his task was com
pleted. On that day sovoral copies
of tho book woro bound and pre
sented as souvenirs to those who liad
been present on this interesting
occasion. When tho record is made
up of tho work of American mission
aries in publishing tho Christian
sacred books to tho nations of tho
earth, it will be found a marvelous
volume Thoro lives in Springfield
tho man who first gavo tho Biblo to
tho Zulus, Rov. Aldin Grout, whoso
labors for 35 years cover momentous
pages of tho enlightenment of South
Africa. Springfield, Mass., Republi
can. Portuguese Immigration.
In a private lottor received hero
from tho Hawaiian Consul-Goneral
in Lisbon, that gontloinan enquires
whether tho planters in Hawaii have
given up tho idea of importing any
more Portuguese laborers. Ho states
that thoro would bo no difficulty now
a0""' Il;ty flret class laborers
(C01" J-ortal 'olf and also from
Madeira, Azores and the Canary Isl
ands. Fortnorly recruiting for laborors
was allowed by tho Portuguese Gov
orument in ono Produce of tho
Kingdom, namoly Algarvo. This
restriction is now abolished 'and 111011
may bo obtained from any part of
Portugal. Natives of Galciia and
tho Canaries who havo rocontly govo
out to work at soino of tho South
American countries havo given tho
utmost satisfaction to thoir em
The most painful cases of rheum
atism may bo relieved by a few ap
plications of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm; its continued use will euro
any case, no mattor of how long
btatiding. It is ominlly beneficial for
lamo back, pain 111 tho side, pain 111
tliu uho.st, lniuonoss, and in nil pain
ful nfic'ctioiiH requiring nn uxtornnl
roiuudy. A iiioco of llannol saturat
ed with ram Balm and bound on
ovor tho hoat of pain is superior to
any plastor. For balu by all doalors.
JJoiison, Smith in Co., Agonts for tho
One Ayrshire Bull !
FEE 3 JN ADVANCE.
tW Apply to
Little Britain, King street.
Hell Tele. I fill. (7i-lw P, O. Box ll.
Camera and Full Outfit
TPov Salo Ohoap I
Economical In Working,
able for a beginner,
Xre. A. J AlUn
20 Miles from a Doctor
But Hood's 8arsaparllla was
Equal to tho Emergency
Plcurtsv, Clitlla and FcvrMIilk
Leg Perfect Cure.
" After my baby wm born I (jot Into very lorl
ous condition, having pleurisy, chills and fercr,
gradually developing Into milk leg. Wo le 20
miles from a physician and did not know what
to do. Finally f er a great denl of af Car
ing I began to take Hood'a Sariaparllla and
when I was using the third bottle I could see
It Was Doing Mo Good.
I continued with another bottle, and recorered
so rapidly that now I am in gd health. I
Hood's ; ". Cures
cordially recommend It as a good medicine."
Mrs. A. M. Atxxx, Ferry, Washington.
Hood's Pills oure all Liver Ills, Blllous
ness, Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Headache.
Pacific Steam Line
For Vancouver, B. C:
Of tho nbovc Company, will call at HONO
LULU on their way from Sydnoy and
Brisbmu! to tliciihovo port on or
about tho following dates:
S. S. "MIOWEUA".
S. S. "WARKIMOO"
.JUNK 2, 1803
. .J ULY 1, 18U3
For Sydney & Brisbane
From Vancouver, II. C. :
S. S. "MIOWEUA" JUNE 21, 1893
S. 8. "WAKKIMOO" JULY 21, 1893
Passenger and Freight Rates
TO VANCOUVER, II. C,
Are the Same as to San Francisco, Cal.
Through Tickets to All Points in Canada
and the United States per Cana
dian Pacific Railway.
For Freight or Parage apply to
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
71'J-td General Agents.
FOR S-AJliE !
Horse, Frazier Cart & Harness
MACNEALE & UR1JAN FIREPROOF
SAFE, MxlllxU".) inside mea
surement; Antique Oak Bedroom Set,
with Mattresses and Pillows;
Oak Cornieo Poles, Piano Stand Lamps,
Wardroho, Etc., Ete.
For further particulars apply to
GEO. W. MJKOKSS.
Ollleo of liensun, Smith it Co.
DR. GEO. H. HTJDDT?",
King street above California
Okfil'k Houiu.; !) a. m. to 5 i m.
7J 1-1 111
IllHKL-T IMI'OttTKK OK
ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL
No. l!i Kaahuiuanu street.
FOR S-AXjBI I
50 CENTS A POUND.
MRS. R. LISHMAN,
Hell Telephone 317. TM-'1
5000 Alligator Pear Stones
For which l a Hundred will he paid
H. E. MuINTYRE .t HIIO.'S,
717-'2 Cor. Fort it King sts.
ONTIIEllrnlNHT. ON IIEIIETANIA
street, between Alapa! iiud Punch,
bowl streets, or on Punchbowl street, be
tween Oucen'a Hospital and King street, a
(lold Lion Watch Charm, l'luder will he
tultab y rewarded by leuving mine at ollleo
ol ' W. C. I'AHKK.
N. S. SACHS
104 IPort Street, Honolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I Latest Designs 1
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaillel
Light and Dark Ground Ellects Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON OKAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light IJluc, Cardinal and Illnck;
KINK KIQUUBI) MUSLINS IN NKW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Drocailed t Plain Chntuhrics,
Kldur-donii in Pink, Cream and llaby
Polku Dot Muslins,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT . OF-
In Plaids, Oheoks a.xid Stripes.
Come and see tho White Goods wo aro selling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for $1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India' Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
NEW GOODS !
IB. IF. EBCLEK,S Sc GO.
88 PORT STK.B3E3T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLORED-.lu.st suitahlu for this elimate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO CHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
Sill.a.lirxe and "Villa, Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
tS Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. jJJ
To liot or Leaso.
ROOMS TO LET.
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS
on Durctauia street, near
Alakea street. Apply at this
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, tiat-
ent W. 0., etc.
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one of the finest views in Honolulu. Applv
ONE II LOCK FROM 1JE
retaniu street cars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tage of Six Rooms, Larue
Lot, Stahlo aud Chicken House. Apply to
E. R. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
TO LET OB LEASE
THE COTTAGE AT NO.
i"8 King street, lately
occupied by Mr. M.S. Ix.-vy,
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1 uii.oi.iiiiii jjcuiuutuB.iiti- -qrasB
lor, Dining-room, Kitclieu and llatliruom;
Stable in yard; Artesian Water hud on.
For particulars and terms, applv to
M3-tf at E. O. Hall .t Sons'.
rpHE TWO PIECES OF
JL Property with tho
Buildings thereon, situated
on King street, and at pre
sent occopicu oy juessrs. o. isowiem unu
J. Downey, both being opposite the resi
dence of J. Jl. Atherum; each of thcc pre
mises are bringing in an annual rental of
3(iU, and a lino opportunity is hereby
otlercd anyone who is desirous of owning
a nice comfortable .home in a good loca
lity within a few minutes' walk of our
town, For terms applv to
UOJ-tf JOHN F. COLHURN.
A HANDSOME NEW HOUSE .MA
eotaining Parlor, Smoking .,
Room. 'J Larue Bedrooms. Din
ing-room and Kitchen, Verandas and La
nai, Woodroom, Bathroom and Patent W.
C. Beautiful Large Grounds containing Or
namental, Shade and Fruit Trees, Flowers
and Largo Grape Arbor. Outbuilding con
tains Wushroom, Servant's Room, Tool
room, Chicken House and Ytinl, ami Largo
Carriago House with all improvements.
In fact the place must he t-uou to be appre
ciated. To a permanent unlet luniifv u
bargain will be made seldom olUtrcd. Will
rent with or without Carriage House.
Houso Furnished or Unfurnished. One
mile from Post Ollice; one block from
lleretaula street ears, Also, a New 5-room
Cottage with all modern Improvements at
low rent. Apply at this otHce. 717-lw
HO YEN KEE & CO.
Ho 41 Nuuami St.
Bet. Hotel & King
Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
WATER PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED
AT 1-OHKST HATEs.
Executed by Ex-7111-liu
IMI'IIIIIKII AMI l)KAI.l:it IN
Ladles' aod Children's
Hun removed to Nuuauu street, "Fontcr'a
Uloek," between Merchant and
King m reels.
60 cents ii month,
The undersigned are prepared to give In
tending Tourists the advantage of u
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
IN CONNECTION WITH THE BTEAM
EUS OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
or San U'l-eunolaao
UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Of N'ew Zeo.lo.ncl.
Further particulars inoy Ik) had
Wm. G. IRWIN A 00.
txixultd n( llm
neatly and promptly