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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER. OCTOBER 1, 1892.
A.M. I.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu.. .n: 8:15
Arrivo HonouHiill.7:U0 11:57
1euvo Honoulluli..7:30 10:43
Arrivo Honolulu. .8:35 11:55
l'EVMi OlTY LoCAI
Arrivo Pearl City.
Leave Pearl Olty..O:55
Arrivo Honolulu. 7:30 .. .
'' SiimliiyM cxcopted. t Saturdays only.
S Saturdays excepted.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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Tlniu WhMtlu Mows ut Hi. 2Sin. ills, ii.ni. of
Honolulu tlino, which Is the satiiu us 121i. Om.
Oi. of Urceuwlch time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, MAY 15, 1893.
Sunday, May 14.
Stmr Mikahalu from Knrtai
Stmr Clnudinc from Maul
Stmr Jamus Mukee from Waianae
Bohr Sarah & Eliza from Koolau
Monday, May 15.
Stmr Kaaia for Kahuku and Punaluluat
0 a m
Stmr Pule for Makaweli at 1 p in
Sttni Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr C R Bishop for Kauai
Stmr Wniinanalo for Molokai and Maui
bclir Sarah Aj Eliza for Koolau
belli Muhiiiialu for Waianao
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr W G Hull for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Jos Makee for Kapna
Stmr Mikahalu for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Waialoalo for T.aliaina and Humakua
Stun Claudine fur Maui at o pm
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Claudine 51)48 bags sugar, 14!) bags
corn, 232 bags potatoes, 00 hogs, 2
horses rnd 120 pkgs sundries.
Stiur Mikuhala 23b8 bags sugar, 1 8-ton
roller, 30 bags pia and G!) pkgs sundries.
From Maui por stmr Clandino Mav 1 1
Clans Sprockets, Mrs E K Wilder, "W H
Riekard, AT Atkinson, J Gurliek, V 11
Cornwel), It D Walbridge and wife, It
Kubenstein, C W Grey, H Giles, Fathor
Sylvester, Julia English, Mrs Martinsen,
C 11 Wells, H Sowoll, S F Chillingwortli,
S T Dunlap, Mrs Doswell and child, and
From Kauai per btmr Mikahala. Mav 14
Col It C Spalding and wifo, Mr Bl'aek
ball, Mr Demon, Mr Kilohauo, Chong
Hung and 13 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
HUMS Royal Arthur from England
HUMS Tenierairo from England
B S Australia, Hondlette, 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 Juno 1
Cl'BS Miowera from Sydney, duo May 25
Am lk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Am .selir AV H Talbot, from Newcastle, duo
Am 4-iiiasti'd schr I.ymau D Foster, Dreeyr,
from Newcastle, N S W, duo May 22
Am 4-in King Cyrus, from Newcastle, N S
iv, April o-iu
Dr bk hndstock from Liverpool, duo
Ilk Houtenbeck from Newcastle, duo May
31k Sharpshooter from Newcnstlo, duo Juno
Ilk Lumorna, from Newcastle, N S W,
Uk Amy Turner, from Boston, due May
GerbkG N Wilcox from Liverpool, due
Ger bk I'aul Isenberg from Liverpool, dnu
Fr friuato Duchoiluult from San Francisco,
due May 15-20
Haw bk H I' Ititchet, Morri.-on, from Ban
Francisco, duo May 12
Vessels in Port.
UBS Adams, Nelson, from Han Francisco
H 1J M B Hyai'inthe from Esiiuimalt
U B B Huston, Day, from Hilo
Am bktno Amelia, Ward, from 1'ort Jtlakc-
Am 4-m liktna W H Hume, from New
castle, N B W
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia
JJr sh Greta, Garland, from Newcastle
Am bk 0 D Jlryaut, Jacob-en, from Ban
Jir bk Guiusborough, Mul'hull, from New
custlo, N aw
Tho Uriti-.li bark Grotu Iiiih finished
cJiiii'gini,' her coal lurward.
The hark ('. D. Ilryant received Hiipir
from Mm Mtcuiiior Mikahalu to-day at tho
The Ntuaim-r V. O. Hull will leave 011
her usual route to wimlwurd to-morrow
morning ut 10 o'clock.
DAHNFIELD-At tho (Jnien'M IIuoiilliil,
Honolulu, Mny II, ISiil), Itolmit I',
ilarnlluld, aged lib, 11 uutivo of (iloucus
WILI1ELM -At Ills residence, (Juiun
stiei't, Muy II, 18KI, Fiuilurli'k Wil
luOin, 11 uallro of Honolulu, aged ,T1
yeai'ti, 7 nioiitln mid i ilu.
Nubiarlbr for the
centt per month.
Daily Hull, tin, 60
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Crickol club mooting, Hotol, 7
on first pago for
rooms to lot.
Tho P. G. baud will pin' at Emma
Squnro this ovouiug.
Diamond Hoad, 3 p. in. "Weather
cloar, wind frosh northeast.
Waikiki boach was lively with
bathors yostorday afternoon.
An intolligout young Japanese
wishes a situation iu a storo or ofllco.
Scottish Thistlo Club, 7:30. Visit
ors received at 8. Coming social to
Doputy Marshal A. M. Brown has
takon possession of tho property of
James Nott, Jr., in bankruptcy.
Miss Mary Green, missionary, paid
hor usual visit to tho prisoners in
tho Police Station colls this morn
ing. Porter Johnson, tho barbor, and
friend started yostorday on bicycles
on a trip round tho island via tho
A Chilean named Manuol Men
doza was arrostod yostorday ovoning
prowliug around the streets, At tho
Station no was charged with vngrau-
Walker and. Bruott aro still at
large, and tho crown jowols aro still
missing. Where aro tho P. G. detec
tives? Echo answers, ''In zo bouil
lon." Tho natives, young and old, have
got tho tug-of-war craze. There aro
no loss than fivo places in town
wuero matches take place every
If you wish to rent a nice house,
call on G. E. Boardman. Ho has a
largo number of properties on his
list and can suit you both as to situ
ation and price.
A nativo baby fell oil" tho jetty
uoar tho King's boathouso, and was
nearly drowned. It was roscuod by
a nativo, who jumped into tho water
on happouing to seo tho accident.
Jas. F. Morgan will hold two im
portant sales of real estate under
foreclosure of mortgago on "Wednes
day. Particulars aro to bo fouud in
tho advertising columns of this
Tho fruit season is just beginning
at tho Coast. The California Fruit
Market oxpect a good supply of
juicy peaches, apricots and cherries
b' tho Australia duo here on Wed
Tho Pacific Wheolinon promiso
tho next outing to Rotnoud Grove
on Saturday week, when U103- will
givo a moonlight excursion to that
favorito resort, with a dance under
tho electric liirht.
Tho Myrtle Boat Club will hold a
special mooting this ovoning to mako
preliminary arrangements for their
coining match with the llcalanis.
Tho lattor club will probably meet
Mr. A. Guild, second engineer on
tho steamer Mikahalu, arrived in
town bjT tho steamer Waialealo on
Friday night. Mr. Guild had some
dispute with tho chiof enginoer, and
ho decided to come to town.
Mako no engagement to keop you
from tho grand benefit to tho Na
tional band at tho Opora House
Saturday ovoning. A glance at tho
draft of program shows it will bo a
rare musical event. Prof. Borgor
will conduct tho concert.
Hawaiian soap is tho euro for
stained and soiled fabrics. Its wash
ing powers if kuowu to Ludy Mac
beth would have saved hor pilikia.
imporieu soap in mo laundry is
wicked waste these hard times when
economy is tho watchword.
Mr. P. G. Camarinos shipped por
S. S. Monowai, 5th M.iy, upward of
fivo thousand pines, making his third
shipment of the season. His Kalihi
plantation produces fine sugar loaf
pine-apples during all seasons of tho
California chorrios, peaches, and
apricots. First of tho season, to
gether with thoir usual supply of
ico house goods will arrive per S. S.
Australia duo Wednesday, May 17th.
California Fruit Market, Mutual
Some native women, tlightly under
tho intluonce of root beer, bang
"Itulo Britannia," on tho last tram
car coining in from Waikiki on Satur
day night, to tho ovident exaspera
tion of some foreigners. Tho women
wore in it, however, and sang tho
song "fast and wild."
Tho specifications of the charges
of libol against Messrs. Kcnyon and
Bush wore filed iu the District Court
this morning, By consent hearing
was continued until t:30 o'clock to
morrow afternoon. Attorney-General
Smith will prosecute, and A. P.
Peterson and J. L. Kaulukou will
appear for the defense.
Scratch Hatch With Boston Mon
Laws for the Club.
Saturday afternoon a number of
men from the U. S, S, Boston assem
bled at thoMakiki recreation ground
for a game of football. Finding the
Honolulu cricketers had secured the
ground iu advance for practice, the
Boston men chipped in and formed
a tiptop eleven for a match with tho
In the evening a score of signern
of the roll for a cricket club met at
tho Hawaiian Hotel, the manage
ment of which kindly apportioned
them (he iiho of the private lunch
room iu the basement. Dr. A,
.Mount, presided, and .Mr. It. L,
Auerbach acted nt, secretary. The
meeting spent two or three hours
patiently framing laws fur the elub,
then adjourned till thin evening. A
clean draft of (he laws an agreed on
Saturday evening will be Mibmitted
for final act ion, and organization
will be completed by the election of
ollleorn. The hour "of mooting will
bo 7 sharp.
Sontonce for Larcony Lottory Oasos
Supromo Court Docision.
Teresa Machado, found guilty on
Saturday of larceny, was sontonced
by Judgo Coopor this morning to
bo imprisoned at hard labor 18
months and to pay .$i00 fine.
Ah Un, maintaining lottery
schonio. Dofondaut's counsel niovo
that prosecutiou produce lottery
tickets or dofondant bo discharged.
Prosecution being unablo to pro
duce tho tickets, tho Court orders
dofondant to bo discharged. Wildor
for prosecution; llartwoll and Peter
son for dofondant.
Ah Sui and Ah Young, maintain
ing lottery scheme. Wildor for pro
secution; C. W. Ashford for defend
ants. On trial this afternoon boforo
A majority docision of tho Su
promo Court, prepared by Justice
Biokorton and concurred in by
Justico Frear, was filed this, morn
ing. Chief Justico Judd filed a dis
senting opinion. It was in tho caso
of tho Quoon vs. San Tana, convicted
at tho May, 1892, torm of tho Third
Circuit hold atllilo, of solliugliquor
without license. Chiof Justico Judd,
who presided, refused to direct tho
jury, at dofondaut's request, to dis
charge defendant on tho ground,
among others relating thereto, that
defendant was a salaried clerk of H.
Congdon, a licensed dealor of liquor.
Counsel for dofondant appealed
against tho Chiof Justico's ruling.
The docision is not available to our
reporter to-day, having boon hurried
to tho contractors for publication,
but it is understood that tho differ
ence between tho Chiof Justico and
his two colleagues relates to tho
question whether a cortain section
of tho law has a bearing on the caso.
Tho majority sustain the excep
tions and ordor a now trial. G. K.
Wildor for the prosecutiou; Neu
mann for defendant.
Short Meeting of the Councils This
At tho somi-weekly of the Execu
tive and Advisory Councils this
afternoon thoro was a nearly full at
tendance. Minister Porter presented tho
financial statement for tho week
ending May 13, 1893, from which
tho following figures aro takon:
Cash on hand May G, 1893, $11,
199.81. Peeeiots for week, general
revenue, Slo.Oo.. iiontls, JSilHU.
Goueral expenses for wook (S10,
000 treasury notes paid), 33,014.39.
Available cash, May 15, S29730.05.
Outstanding indebtedness treas
ury notes, S-IJ.OOO; P. M. G. notes
($10,000 borrowed by P.M.G.), $105,
000; total, $200,000.
Overdue treasury notes, $9000;
P. M..G. notes, $L30,000.
Duo treasury from Postal Savings
Total notices withdrawals P. S. B.
to dato not called for, $10,500; duo
Excess withdrawals over deposits
for week, $33 10.89.
Expenses Provisional Government
to dato, $03,455.80; during week,
Paid to dato under Sectiou 2,
$142,570.32; outstanding bills, $47,-
Hoad Board fund in treasury, $37,
500. School Board fund, $202.
Tho bill to appropriate $5000 for
incidentals, civil and criminal trials,
passed second reading.
President Dole announced that
there was special businoss, where
upon tho Councils resolved into
executive session at 2:30.
A team from Auwaiolimu and ono
from limina street mot in a tug-of-war
match in tho rear of D. Naiioo
lowa's premises, Emma street, on
Saturday afternoon. Each team con
sisted of six middlowoight tuggers.
The start was mado at 5:15 and kept
up till 1) o'clock, when tho pull was
declared a draw, with tho ribbon six
inches in favor of Emma streot.
There wore two or throo hundred
people present to witness the pull,
which was for a purse of .?((). Tho
teams will finish tlio match at some
On Thurhday tho socond team of
Auwaiolimu and tho second team of
Ivapuukolo will pull at tho Fish
market for $oQ a side.
In this issuo appears tho program
of races for Maui's annual Derby on
the lth of July. Tho Maui Racing
Association is determined that this
year's races will not fall short of
previous triumphs at Sprockols'Park.
It is certain, also, that tho officers
aud members will be a able and
ready a over to take care of visitors.
Forspending tho Fourth well there
has come to be nothing uhead of
going to tho .Maui races.
W. 0. T. U.
Tho regular mooting of tho W. C.
T. U. will be held at 2:!l() p. in. to
morrow in Central Union Church
parlors. Dr. Andrews will sneak on
tho Keeley bichloride of gold cure
for inebriety, which ho has been
practicing at the Queen's Hospital
for Mime time. All ladies aro invited
Hawaiian Lodgo No. 21. i
The ladies of the families of ma- '
sens belonging to the above Lodge
aro roipicnlod to meet in the lodge ,
room, on the corner of Fort and :
ljueeii nticotx, tii-iuorrow morning at
1(1 o'clock, to consider (ho matter of
furnishing the new masonic temple.
'PJIK WEEKLY BULLETIN W COL
I -L mioiNof liileiesling Heading Mutter.
I UlundMli mulled to foreign countries, XS,
Only a Sort of Exhibition Game
Tho basoball gaino on Saturday
afternoon between tho Crosconts
and Kamohamohas was not very
brilliant. Tho Crescents wore crip
plod, Willio Wildor, second base
mau, having sprained his leg, and
Sopor and Thrum having bad fin
gors. Jamos Lemon was substituted
for Wildor and played a very good
gaino. Tho Kaniohatnohas playod
111 fine form, pulling down tho leath
er iu groat shape. Thoy hold down
thoir opponouts to nothing up to
the sixtn inning, playing a sort of
rulo-of-threo allround. In tho sixth
inning Angus took tho first bag on
balls, followed by Lemon under tho
samo protonso. Lishman struck
ozouo and rotirod a much, disgusted
follow. Wodohouso wasdotorminod
to hit something and did causo his
willow to collide with tho sphoro,
tho first tinio, by tho way, and tho
stylo that tho sphoro wont skylark
ing was a caution. Hay sent Angus
and Lomon iu, aud was ongiuoorod
homo by a two-base hit of Chan.
Wildor. C. Holt gained first on a
good-sized baso-hit and, while tho
Kamohamohas wore monkeying with
ltoss and Sopor, ho covored tho
homo plato. Sopor was rotirod on
strikes with tho Crescents four runs.
Tho deadhead kindorgartous wore
quiot during this inning, presum
ably taking a breathing spoil. Ross
mnuo another run for tho Croscouts
in tho ninth inning, making thoir
total five. Tho Kams conuoctod
with Angus' twirl with monotonous
frequency and ho took a back seat
in tlio sixth inning, boing supplant
ed by Jamos Lomon, who pitchod
a very swift delivery. Tho Kams
knocked down fivo runs in tho first,
one in tho next, ono in tho fourth,
two in tho sixth and one in tho
ninth, making a total of ton runs.
Wodohouso pulled down ' four
skyscrapers in groat stylo and ro
coivod an ovation. Lishman was
not himself on Saturday aud played
loosely. Tho Kamohamohas, each
aud ovory ono, playod a professional
game, and it is an assured fact that
the team that downs thorn will have
to play ball.
Tho P. G. band was in it and
stayed with tho boys to tho last.
SEVERAL SEIZURES OF SWIPES.
Sharp-eyed Officers Swoop Down on
Thoro was great excitement among
tho swipes sellors on Saturday
night, when police officers made a
raid on thorn. Early iu tho evening
the lynx-oyod limbs of tho law lay
in wait at several places whoro
swipos wore known to bo sold. At 8
o'clock roundsman Kaapa and Jap
anese dotoctivo Tom Abbio pounced
on Robert Robinson, tho proprietor
of tho Eureka Houso, corner of Boro
tauia and Maunakea streets. The
propriotor was arrostod and a search
of tho promises rewarded tho of
ficers with swipos bottles which fill
ed four handcarts. Besides there
wore nine kegs of root beer.
In tho Armstrong building near
the King streot bridge Captain
Schlommor and patrolman Stouo
captured William Krugor aud a
hack load of swipos bottlos. Iu tho
samo building G. Trask was caught
with fifteen dozen bottles of swipos,
filled up to tho brim. Some of the
stuff was emptied aud the rest takon
to tho btation.
Tho most painful cases of rheum
atism may bo relieved by a fow ap
plications of Chamberlain's Pain
Balm; its continued use will cure
any case, no matter of how long
standing. It is equally beneficial for
lame back, pain in the side, pain in
tho chest, lamonoss, ami iu all pain
ful afiectious roquirini; an external
remedy. A piece of ilauuol saturat
ed with Pain Balm aud bound on
over the seat of pain is superior to
any plastor. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
INTELLIGENT JAPANESE, YOUNG
Man, wants a situation in Storo or Busi
ness Ulllce. Has had good experience ami
sjicaks English well. Ailv "13. F.," Bui.
LiniN Ollice. ' 727-3t
TO STAMP COLLECTORS.
WANTED, TO EXCHANGE OR PUR
eiiase, for U. S. Postage Suimns, all
issues 01 Hawaiian isiaiiu niamiis.
Address: W. A..IOHN1
7U.J-H Box 31W, Oealii, Fla.,
U. S. A.
NOTICE IS HEREBY
givim that tho follow
ing described Animals will
be sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY, May :!7,
1WI3, at la o'clock noon, at thu Government
rounil at .Malcikl:
1 Dark Bay Horse, branded "M M" on
left hind leg.
1 Black Horse, branded "0 F," "C F."
"C K" and " R" all on right hind leg.
1 Buy Horse, brundrd "Y" on left hind
KV" Owners of the above Animals inunt
send in their uliilms within VI days, other
wico they will bo sold on tho date above
named. D. KAOAO,
Honolulu, May in, ls!J.'J. 7'J7-L't
I Cottage on
I Cottage 011
Beretanla Streot fj.ri
I Cottage on llcrotuiiiii Street tin per
I Cottage on
1 Stores 011 Nuuiiuu Street,
Lots and II Fish Ponds on
the m.id to
i Wuil. k .
Abu, u Valuable Block or Brick Build
ings in the heart ol thu City.
ilelivt ml frte.
oi) vcnU a mon lit,
Even When Called Incurable
Terrlblo Solgo Sciatic Rhoumatlam
Mr. Arthur Simon
OI Galatea, Ohio.
"They said I was Incurable, the doctor!
did, but tho result lias proven tluit Hood's Sar
caparllla was able to cure. I had Sclatlo
lllioumatt9tii and was confined to my bed six
months. Throo physicians did not help mo and
I Was Clvon Up to Dlo
"Wlion I was tn this terrlblo condition, unable
to more Imnd or fool, 1 began to take Hood's
Barsaparllla. Tho first bottlo had a little ef
fect, and ulillo taking tho socond. I gained so
rapidly that I could sit up In my chair. My sys
tem had been so run down by other medicine,
that It took me quite a whllo to recuperate, lly
the time I had taken four bottles of Hood's Bar
saparllla, I could trnlU n round, and now, as I
liavo taken six bottles, I niu cared and can
do a good day's work. 1 do not feel I can praise
enough." AnTirun Simon, Galatea, Ohlo
HOOD'S P1LL8 " u bolt
mil, MtUl HgoaUoD. cure haadacha.
Spreckels' Park, Kaimlui,
JULY 4, 1893.
1st ItACE-SPUECKELSVILLE PURSE.
Running Race. J-Mile Dash. For
Hawaiian 11 red Horses.
SiiiKACE WAILUKU PURSE.
Running Raco. H-JI''-' and Repeat.
Free for all.
.'Jo RACE-HAWAIIAN COMMERCIAL
it SUGAR CO.'S PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing.
Host 2 in :i to harness,
1 Mile Heats.
4tii RACK WAIKAPU PURSE.
Running Race. J-Mile Dash. For
Hawaiian Bred Horses.
5th RACE-KULA PURSE.
Running Race. J4-MH0 Dash. For
Ponies 11 hands or under, to carry loo
flTH RACE-KAHULUI PURSE.
Running Race. 1 Mile Dash. Free for
7tu RACE-WAIHEE PURSE.
Trotting nnd Pacing. 1 Mile Heats.
Best 3 in 5. to harness. Free for all.
Horses with n record of 2:30 or better,
to carry 180 lbs.
8th IJAOE-LAHAINA PURSE.
Ilunning Race. 1 MiloDush.
waiian Bred Horses.
Vt Mile Dash. Free
lOni RACE HANA PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing. 1 Miio Heats.
Best 12 iu 3 to harness. For all Horses
without a record of 3:00 or better.
IItii RACE-MULE RACE.
Running Race. 4-Milo Dash. Catch
weights. Free to all.
12th RAOE-MANA CUP.
Running Raco. i Mile Dash. For
Hawaiian Bred Horses.
Subject to Change !
MAUI RACING ASSOCIATION,
i!7-lw EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.
Moonlight -:- Excursion
TO BE GIVEN AT-
Saturday Evening, May 27th,
To aid them in completing their NEW
Trains will leave the Denot at 7
and n o'clock, and returning will leave the
Grove at 10 ami 11 o'clock.
To be hail ut llolllster A Co.'h. Thrum's
Book Store, Elite Ice Cream Purlers, Heb
ron, Newman A Co.'n or from any ol the
Muslc by Ibe Hawaiian Quintette
Liijuur to be bold
! ,1 11 TjBJ'mnCTiIi
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, Honolulu,
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials ! Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaille!
Light and Dark Ground KU'ects Pretty I'nttcrns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CHAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light IHuc, Cardinal ami lllack;
KIKE FIGURED MUSMNS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Giughnins, Ilrocadcd it Plain Clininbrlos,
Eider-down in Pink, Cream and llahy Itlue,
Polka Dot MiuliiiH, Figured Irish Lawns.
In 3?la.idB, aiioolts and. Stripes.
Come and see the White Goods wo are selling nt T, 0 and 5 yards for f 1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
NEW GOODS !
IB. F. BHLERS & OO.
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLORED-.lust mtitnlile for this eliuiato.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO CHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
SillceUin 0-n.d 'VillQ, Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
C3T" Dressmaking Under tho Managomont of MISS K. CLARK. 3
PER BARK "C. D. BRYANT"
OF ALL STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN THE LATEST PATTKRNR.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with the Latest Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
FOR SALE BY
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,
King street, omio. Castle & Cooke.
Kahuku Ranch, Kau, Hawaii.
The above Large and Well
lion 11 I'ro-
nertv will be
at auction 011 the 1st
of June next.
May 12, !!.
0000 Alligator Pear Stones
For which $1 a Hundred will be paid
II . E.
MulNTYRE .t BRO.'S,
Cor. Fort it K ing sts.
One Ayrshire Bull
FEE IN ADVANCE
J. N. WRIGHT.
Little Britain, King street,
tlMS-IV P. O, Box IVI.
Bell Tele. 1W1.
Camera and Full Outfit
For Salo Oh.ea.T3 I
Economical iu Working,
nblo for a beginner.
"K. (', H.,"
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ENGLISH AND CONTINENTAL
No. 15 Kmiliumuuu btreet.
& Smyrna Rugs
"Id "I&-3CZX ,
The undersigned aro prepared to givo in
tending Tourists the udvautage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago & Return
IN CONNECTION WITH THE STEAM
ERS OF THE
! oceanic steamship comfy
Of San Franolsoo
union steamship comfy
Of TsTe-w 2oa.la.ncl.
Further particulars may bo had
Win. G. IRWIN & GO.
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ntutly mid promptly