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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER OCTOBER 1. 1892.
A.M. A.M. r.M. P.M.
Iamivo Honolulu. .(t:Jft 8:15 lr)5 4::r.t
Arrive llonouliuli.7:'i0 0:57 2:57 5:35t
LonvoHonoulmII..7:80 10:43 3:43 5: I2t
Arrive Honolulu .8:35 11:55 4:53 0:50t
Frahi. City Local.
I.cnvc Honolulu 5:10 ....
Arrive I'earl City 5:48 ....
Leavo l'cnrl Gity..0:55
Arrivo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays oxeoptotl. t Saturdays only.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, MAY 19, 1893.
Friday, May 11)
Uk Amy Turner, from Uostoh,
Stmr 0 11 Uishori from Kaliuku
Btmr James Makco from Kauai
Sloop Wainnao from Wiilanae
Friday, May 1!).
Stmr Kinau for Maul and Hawaii at 2 p in
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Jns Mnkee 2550 bags sugar and 10
nr OR Bishop 210 bags paddy.
Win lllaisdell, Soy Young and 0 deck
For Maui and Hawaii por stmr Kinau
May 10 For Volcano: Lieut Elders (at
Maalaca), H S Connor, L A Connor, C X
Rose, F L Hoogs, Miss X I Miller, Miss T
S Miller. Way ports: Miss H K Wilder,
Miss Elsie Robertson, I'aul Jarrett and
wife, Andrew Brown, H V Ratten, Miss'
Mullinger, Dr Moore, C J Falk, C 1 Iaukea
and about 30 deck.
Tho men on the U. S. S. Boston were en
gaged to-day in cleaning her spars. Tho
cruiser is also taking in coal.
The steamer Jumes Mukeo transferred
her cargo of Kauai sugar to the Hawaiian
bark It. P. Rithct, lying at the railway
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
Large Passenger Lists by Outgoing
The following names aro booked
to leave for San Francisco on tho S.
S. Australia on Wednesday next, and
on tho S. S. Alameda on Juno 1st:
Mrs LB Kerr ond 4 children, Dr Gross
man, T J Brannan, Miss Holmes, W G
Walker, W Dunbar, Mrs Charles H
Atherton and 2 children, Mrs A F Cooke
and 2 children, E Dekum, S A Douglas,
W P Toler and wife, A A Holmes and
wife, Miss Mueller, Mrs A M Laws, Miss
A Fenuell, Mrs C W Ashford and child,
Mrs E W Fuller and 2 children. Mrs B 11
Austin, Miss Harvoy, Mrs L McCully and
child. Rev C M Hyde and wife, O R Snow
don. JI Metzler, O Goldbchmidt, Rev T L
GuliCk, W A Thome, H N Castle and wife,
Mis Robinson, Miss Gay, Walter Whitney,
Miss Whitney. Jos Emerson, P S Tnvlor, V
Watanabe, Mr and Mrs Kynnersly and
child, Miss E Lucas, Miss A Christie, W
Wilson, J Ogden, Dr and Mrs Colborne,
Miss S A Holland, Francis Gay, Dr J M
Whitney and wife, W G Luwrey and wife,
A W Gilmore, T J Conroy, Mr Schemer
horn, Mrs Capt Godfrey and children, Mrs
G T McLean and child. Miss M L Damon,
Mrs N S Sachs, Mr and Mrs J L Stevens,
Miss Stevens, J C Nealy and wife, Mr and
Mrs W Terry, Miss G Gilmoro, Miss E L
Gilmore. Steerage: Chas H Hill and wife,
Manuel Kodriques and wife, M S Ancleto,
Antone Machado and wife.
Per S S Alameda. June 1 H S Connor,
W H Cole. M Kauuinan, Father Leonore,
Misses Miller, Mr-Daly, Mrs Whately.
HEALANI BOAT CLUB.
Tho Hoalaui Boat Club hold a
special mooting at tho Hawaiian
Hotel yostorday, for tho purpose of
appointing delegates to meet tho
representatives of tho challenging
Myrtles. The meoting decided on
tho following delegation to represent
tho Hoalanis: Captain Clarence Mac
farlano, Albert Lucas and Claronco
Crabbo. The date of meoting tho
representatives ol tue JUyrtlos was
fixed for the 24th inst.
A communication to that effect
waB delivered to Louis T. Konako.
secretary of tho Myrtles, this morn
ing by secretary A. L. C. Atkinson
of tho Healanis. There is consider
able talk in boating circles regard
ing tho coining race, as tho crows will
not bo altogether tho same as pulled
in tho Hcalani boat and ono of their
best men, will not materialize in tho
m o m
An Australian Girl.
Sho has a beauty of her own,
A beauty of a paler tone
Than English belles.
Yet Southern sun and Southern air
Have kissed her cheeks until they wear
The dainty tints that oft appear
On rosy shells.
Her frank, clear eyes bespeak a mind
Old-world traditions fall to bind.
She is not shy
Or bold, but simply nell-pos'-e-ed;
Her independence udds a zet
Unto her speech, her piquant jest,
Her quaint reply.
O'er classic volumes she will pore
With jov; and Mime scholastic lore
Will often gain.
In sports she bears away the bell
Nor. under music's siren spell.
To dance divinely, flirt as well,
Does she disdain.
Thoro is nothing I havo over used
for muscular rheumatism that gives
mo as much relief as Chamberlain's
Pain Balm does, I havo boon using
it for about two years four bottles
iu all as occasion required, and al
ways keep a bottle of it iu my homo.
i oouovo i itnow a gootl tiling when
1 get hold of it, and Pain Balm is
the best liniment 1 have ever met
with. V. IJ. Denny, dairyman, Now
Lexington, Ohio. f0 cent bottle
for Halo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., ngentH for tho Hawni
ZiOOAJj AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mau Loo Company has a uotico iu
"Next "is still tho cry at tho Qucoii
Street Shaving Parlors.
J. Ballnnco, primo minister of
Now Zealand, diod April 27.
Excellent accommodation for
bathers at tho Aloha Bath House.
Tho jury in tho Herring murder
trial havo quarters at tho Hawaiian
Tho caso against J. Sherwood for
liquor soiling has boon roinanded
until next Tuesday.
All (ho opium was removed from
the Station House this afternoon to
tho Custom House.
Tho annual mooting of tho British
Bonovolont Society will bo hold on
Tuesday evening at tho Y. M. C. A.
Prof. Lohoido's nthletio school of
culture will meet this ovoning for
oxoreiso at tho Borotania street
Captains Godfrey and Campbell
and others took out Mr. J no. Ena's
now yacht yostorday afternoon on a
Four Chinese cho fa gamblers wore
arrested at li o'clock this afternoon
with a whole outfit of tickets and
Tho sale of tho W. C. Achi mort
gaged property by James F. Mor-
an, lias been postponed until featur-
Ex-U. S. Minister J. L, Stevens,
wife and Miss Stevens will leave on
tho S. S. Australia on Wednesday
for tho States.
Thoro will bo a mooting of tho
Hawaiian Jocko3 Club at Mr. C. O.
Borgor's otlico on Saturday, 27th
inst., at 10 a. in.
A Portuguese woman was commit
ted to tho Insane Asylum this morn
ing, on tho recommendation of Dr.
Chas. B. Cooper.
Towers and turrets aro taking
shape on tho now Masonic Temple.
Tho tlagstalf on the main tower was
Liout. Elders will meet the steam
or Kinau at Maalaea and proceed to
tho Volcano. Besides him thoro aro
six othors for tho Volcano.
Tho tug-of-war yesterday after
noon botween Fauna and Kapuukolo
teams, was won by tho latter in 23
minutes. Tho match was for 50 a
Mr. Dunbar is to-day putting up
streot signs and numbers between
tho water eiront and Hotol streot,
and botween Kichards streot and tho
Solomona Fredenburg, a young
scapegrace, was taken in bj' the
polico this morning and charged
with truancy. Solomona will ap
pear before .1 udgo Foster to-morrow.
The Misses Nolte, AVard, Parker
and Cummins will appear in the
benefit concert at the Opera Houmj
to-morrow evening. Signor Barsotti
tho tenor will also favor tho audi
ence. Mons. Vizzavona, tho French
Commissioner, dined yesterday even
ing at Sans Souci, and expressed
himself as agreeably surprised at the
high-class entertainment provided
by host Lycurgus.
Thoro was a fair-sized crowd at
tho Hotel band concert last night.
With the addition of tho live im
ported musicians, the music was
noticeably stronger than anything
yot given by the new Government
In future M. S. Levy's store at 75
Fort streot, will bo known as tho
''Popular Gorman," or for shortness,
tho "P. G." Dry Goods Store. Before
leaving for tho World's Fair, the host
tiling to do is to look in at tho "P.
G." where can be found a complete
assortment of tho latest novelties in
the gents furnishing lino, also trunks
and valises wanauted to resist tho
efforts of tho most violent baggage
THE AUSTRALIA'S OPIUM.
Chris. Gertz Arrosted this Morning
Susio Nelson Surrenders.
Tho eighty-two tins of opium
which were captured on tho S. S.
Australia yostorday morning, turn
out to have been found in Miss Susie
Nelson's trunk. Miss Nelson is
stewardess on the steamer. A war
rant was insued for her arrest, but
up to ii late hour this afternoon the
efforts of Captains Parker, Sclilein-
mer and Klonimo have proved futile,
.Miss JNolson gave lieiseH il
i Hi. ip
the police at .1:;JU o clock tins
noon, when she found that tho
had become too warm. She was
traced to a residence on Ponsacola
street, where sho had supper yester
day evening. Fioin there sho went
to J'awaa, and took the 7 o'clock
Beret auia stieet tramcar this morn
ing, Captain kleinino linally located
her at No. ft Kukui street, but be
fore tho ollicer arrived Miss NoImiii
drove to the Deputy-Marshal's oflico,
Late in tho afternoon while cus
toms ollicera weie examining ouio
cases of shoos belonging to Mr. Chr.
Gertz, shocdcnlor on Nuuaiiu stieet,
twenty-eight tins of opium were
found' in one case, A warrant was
issued and at '.) o'clock this morning
Mr. Gertz was marched to the ttln-
i i, ,ii lit' f 'ri i ,1 mil I'.'
iruor ami iockcg
mi. Lalnr lio was nMoasi'd on hail
!loub((l on bail
by Mr. W. M,
of I0IH) fimiUhiMl
The lloM'jii .Miiniif.ictuii'iV (iii.dto
ny: A f'liliiiii' d' niutimiulh pro-
Mlllill! UU.IIth lilt' lllffllM'll'l' llf II
piiiciMr fur I Iu- cumin "' lii'il'i'i' Willi
i. ill the ii-o of Imil;
'llic M xiiMn (ioviuniiii'iii In lining
iiiitl wnil; iu tin- iii'itti'i uf (lirliiliu
nun uf ft nil trim-. I'minn .Inniuiiy
mill I'Vliniiiiy uf iIili iuc in iNir
llii iiiipiu ttii t!U,Ul)i) juuiigolivi) iiml
11,'iil fiuil tH'imif vuiii'iin kiiiili In
cido lbl.WIO gmiH.'Viiifc ;tll fium Culi
Locturo by Dr. N. B. Emerson Bo
foro tho Historical Socloty.
Vice Prosidoiit Jos. S. Emorson
presided at tho Hawaiian Historical
Society at Y. M. C. A. hall last
night. There was a slim ntlond
nnco for a socioty with a roll that in
cludes mostly everybody of any lit
erary capacity, for cither production
or absorption, in Honolulu. Dr.
Hydef socrotnry, Dr. Hodgers, lib
rarian, Dr. N. B. Emorson, lecturer
of tho ovoning, Dr. Beekwith, Prof.
Alexander, Juslico Frear, Row O. P.
Emorson, Mr. C. M. Cooko, Mr. J.
M. Davidson, a fow ladies and half a
dozen others composed tho meeting.
President Dole of tho Provisional
Govorntnont and Mr. W. H. Cas
tle were elected Vieo-Prosidonts
to make up tho quota depleted by
departures from tho country. Mr.
Henry 0. Cartor of Now York was
elected a corresponding member,
and throo nctivo and threo life mom
bo rs were added to tho roll. After
tho transaction of business tho
chairman introduced Dr. N. B.
Emorson, to locturo on tho subject,
"Tho Long Voyages of tho Ancient
Hawaiians." Tho doctor road an in
tensely iutorostiug paper, filled with
stirring advonturo and lively inci
dent. It will provo ono of tho most
entertaining as well as instructive
of tho society's permanent records.
The lecturer said tho titlo might
as well havo boon, "Tho Period of
Communication between Northoru
Polynesia and Southern Polynesia."
Between tho 12th and 18th centuries
somo strong motive was stirring up
tho people of Polynesia to move
ments of ontorpriso and adventure.
Some of tho voyagers performed ex
ploits that wore not loss remarkablo
iu some respects than tho voyagosof
Columbus, whoso four hundredth
anniversary wo were now sooiug
celebrated. Tho lecturer told stories
the scenes of which wore connected
with tho migrations that settled
many parts of tho South Pacific.
There was ono scamp of a chief
who?o hands were affected periodi
cally with an itching that could only
bo aliased by the slaughter of hu
man beings. It was hard to placo
tho names of thoso great canoo navi
gators who led in tho earlier inter
course between Hawaii and islands
in tho South Pacific. In this con
nection ho told tho "Story of Paao,"
beginning with an episode ol clnolisli
tyranny in Samoa which led to a
great voyage in grand canoes. A
feather god was in tho outfit which
afterward figured in tho household
equipment of Kaniohameha I. On
tho passage was met a school of tho
opu fish, that over sinco has been
held in roveronco by Hawaiians, as a
sort of cross between a mascot and
a guardian angel. Tho voyager
made iu at Hamakua and Kohala,
whero ho built torn pies or hoiaus of
which remains aro found at this day.
This story was, in spito of whatovor
in it was mythical or exaggerated,
valuable for tho light it shod on tho
institutions and practices of thoso
days. It iippoared that tho visitors
from tho South had introduced ag
gravated forms of the tabu. Paao's
craft wherein tho voyage of 2:i00
miles was made would seem to havo
been a largo double canoo. Names
of othor notable men of that olden
time preserved by tradition were
given by tho lecturer, who said tho
descriptions of strangers that ap
peared in Hawaii fives centuries ago
did not indicate natives of Amorica
or Spain. However crude tho astro
nomical knowledge of thoso ancient
Polynesian voyagers might bo deem
ed, it remained as wonderful how
they navigated hundreds of miles of
trackless ocean bj' tho guidance of
tho heavenly bodies. Tho lecturer
related many legends of tho arrival
of adventurous strangers from othor
gioups, to tho increase of Hawaii's
population and tho variation of
types among her inhabitants. Ho
remarked on the tables of genealogy
brought from tho southern groups
and committed to tho keeping of
tho experts in thoso matters of tho
Hawaiian Islands. In closing Dr.
Emorson recited a native poem of
the 17th century, relating tho
beauties of tho land of l,Kahiki."
Hearty applause was accorded to
tho lecturer at tho conclusion. On
motio'i of Dr. Hyde tho paper was
ordered published in tho regular
series of tho Association.
Dr. Emerson expressed the opinion
that discussion ought to follow tho
reading of papers. More light would
probably thus bo directed on the
Dr. Kodgers asked a question as
to the causes of the early intercourse
between groups, to which Dr. Emer
son replied that the first movement
was from the south hither, for which
return vinits were paid.
Prof, Alexander gave somo views
of the oldlime inteicourso botween
Pacific groups, which wore support
i l'(i hi' (,at" "'"-ortaiiii'il by .Mr. .Smith
' ot lll "b'lKii'iiiii Souioty.
BREACH OF PROMISE SUIT.
To be Hoard at Lahaina on Change
Miss Alico K. Ayoru has ontcrod
aiiot hor broach of proiniso Biiit
against William Mahuka, under a
uliaugi of voiiiio. Tliu lioaiinf,' has
bcoii ordorod to tako placo at Laha
ina, on Due. (ith, boforo Circuit
.ludfjoA. N. Kopoikai. Miss A yore
loil tho caso horc, and inado appli
cation for a now trial which was al-
1 lowed tho othor day. Tho younij i
lady now transfers tho hearing to I
Laliaiua, Maui, hor birthplace.
! Whilo M r. TTT.'ltichoy, of Altona, ',
, Mo., was traM'liiiK in Kansas ho was ,
! taken violently ill with cholera mor
i bus. Ho called at a drug btoro to
get homo medicine and t lie druggist ;
lecouimeiided t'lianiboriain's Colic,
1 Cholera and Diarrhnia liomedy so
, highly ho concluded to try it. Tho
i result was immediate relief, and a
! few doses cured him completely.
It in made for bowel complaint a nil
nothing olmi. It uevor fails. For
sale by all dealer.-.. lieiisou, Smith &
Co., Ageiitnfortlio Hawaiian Islands.
Chair in iiiilfm'liirct is it ti.uld in
winch iiLiiiliiucry bun not uupum-dud
Mr. Emmoluth Trios to Havo
At yesterday's meoting of tho
Exocutivo and Advisory Council n
bill to nniond tho Liquor Law was
introduced. Its object is to mnke
tho barkeopor responsible for infrac
tions of tho terms of license in tho
conducting of a saloon.
Mr. Emmoluth moved n resolu
tion, that n special committee,
uamoly: Mr. T. C. Porter of tho
executive council, Messrs. S. M. Da
mon (vice-president), Henry Wnter
houso, Jas. F. Morgan and F. W,
McChosney, of tho advisory council,
bo appointed for tho purpose of in
quiring into tho management of the
various departments under this gov
ernment, and to recommend such
changes in tho conduct of tho same
as will tend to groator efficiency and
economy in tho public service.
Discussiou of the resolution elicit
ed a decided opinion against it, on
tho grounds "that its work would
trench on that of tho finance com
mittee, and its investigations would
bo an unnecessary iutorforonco with
tho oxocutivo. President Dole said
tho extension of hours of Govern
ment employees lately adoptod was
intended to secure a largo moasuro
The resolution was tabled.
President Dole, iu answor to a
question by Mr. Einmoluth, said tho
Annexation Club had recommended
that all employees of tho Govorn
mont should become members of tho
M,r. Brown demurred to anj' at
tempt of tho club to run tho Govorn
mont. Vico-Presidont Damon spoko of
tho valuable work the club was do
ing throughout the country. They
could only succeed by listening to
tho advice of friends who represent
tho wolfaro of tho country.
Tho bill to appropriate S5000 for
expenses of Attornoy-Geuoral's de
partment passed its second reading.
Mr. Tommy's bill to amend tho
Stamp Act was referred to tho Judi
ciary committee, with instruction to
proparo a now bill proscribing a 1
stamp on ovorj' stock certificate
At ,'5:12 the councils wont into ox
ocutivo session, in which it is re
ported thoy agreed on tho appoint
ment of Mr. F. P. Hastings, Secre
tary of the Foreign Ollico, as secre
tary to Minister Thurston at Wash
ington, and doforred tho matters of
a special commissioner to Washing
ton and a successor to Consul-Gon-eral
Pratt at San Francisco.
CITED TO SHOW CAUSE.
Trouble in" Which a Young Lawyer
Mr. A. G. Carron, a young lawyer,
is cited to appear boforo Jnstieo
Biekerton of tho Supremo Court on
Thursday, May 2."i, to show cause
why ho should not bo disbarred for
reasons given. It is all on account
of Maria. Tho lawyer is charged
with collusion in the escape of Mrs.
Maria Ramos from tho jurisdiction
of tho Ciruuit Court. It is alleged
that he know she meditated taking
flight, to ovado two writs of tho
Court ono to show cause why sho
should not bo committed for con
tempt, in disobeying tho decree of
tho Court awarding tho custody of
her child to tho father, while a
a divorce suit was ponding between
him and herself; tho other of habeas
corpus commanding hor to produco
tho child in Court. It isJtirthor al
leged that Mrs. Kanios was iu tho
lawyer's ollico until noon tho da
sho escaped, leaving thoro to go to
hor house on Queen street for tho
child, with whom sho embarked on
tho barkentiuo Hilo for San Fran
cisco, and that Correa was on the
wharf and saw tho woman on the
PROF. LYONS' REPORT.
Four to Five Percent of Alcohol in
Prof. A. B. Lyons has submitted a
report of a test of samples of bot
tles of swipos captured recently, iu
which he states they contained from
four to live percent of alcohol. Pre
vious tests wont as high as eight and
Tho swipos sellors havo becoino
cautious of late, although they have
not given up tho trade altogether.
Formerly tho stiifT was sold as root
boor to deceive thoso not "in tho
ring." According to an ollicor thoro
aro a largo number of illicit swipes
belling places in town, mid the polico
are only waiting for a favorable op
portunity to make a laid.
It rained heavily at Waikiki for a
whilo last night. Reports from the
other sido of tho island say that
there was a heavy downfall of rain
yesterday and early this morning,
In Nutianu Valley tho record of
last night is as follows: Luakaha,
2.111 inches; Halfway House, 1.51;
Electric Light Station, 1.10. The
Luakaha stream uni l. inches in
tho night. KcHMwiir 1,2 and H
wore overflowing this morning.
HoNouu. May li), 18!).').
J'1. U. McStockuii, Usq., Oliairiiian
ExLHMitiro Commit loo Annuxu-
Sir: 1 horowilli roquust t lint you i
oraso my uamo from tho roll of tlio
Koiiixt W. Wn.cox.
Auction Bales To-morrow.
L. .). Lovoy will mI1 tit auction, at
12 noon to-morrow, a pioco of laud
at Kaliuku, Hawaii, containing over
15 aorop, woll ailapicil to coli'oo culti
vation. ilas. K. Morgan will mill !!() hand
marcs anil colts al uoou, attlm nla
blcs behind .1. I. Duwaolt'ri ollico on
60 centu a month,
Short Broath, Honrt Troublo, Rhou-mntlBtn.
Mrs. L. 31. Valno
Eaglo Creek, Oregon.
"I havo lived hiro in Oregon for tho past
twenty years, and most of tlio tlmo havo been a
very groat sufferer from iuniunmniorr
rhrumntiim. 1 have alto had wliattho doctor
called heart disease, with ihortiuns of breath
and sharp pains hi the left stile. I decided to tako
Hood's Sarsaparllla, and hefor I h.id finished
threo bottles I was In better health than I had
boon for years. I do not havo any pain now,
sleep well, and to-day no woman of my ago
Enjoys Bottor Health
than I. At home on tho ranch I not only attend
to my family housework, but last summer I
oared for and milked four eos. I do not feel
that I can say half enough in praise of
Mils. L. M. Paixe, Kagle Creek, Oregon.
Hood's Pills aro prompt and efficient, yet
easy in action. Sold by alt dm-glsts. 25c.
" !"' 'V ZT
Tlio uinIorifiit.'tl aro rm'imreil to givoin
ti'inlhiK Tourists the ntlvnntUKO of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago sP Return
IN CONNECTION' WITH THK BTKAM-
KIJS OK THK
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of San Franoisoo
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of iT-w Zeta.ls.xicl.
COB" I'nrtlitir liiirtiiMiliirt) limy bo liuil
k G. IRWIN d CO.
For S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
i! V ? f tti ip A
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
Subwribi: for the J)uily Itulletin, 60
ctnU jitr month,
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, Honolulu. ,
ummer Dress Materials
Newest Materials! Latest Designs!
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaille!
Light and Dark Ground Klieets Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In 1'ink, Cream, Light Illue, Cardinal and Ulaok;
TINK KIGUltKD MUSMNS IN SBW DKSIGN8,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Seoteh Ginghams, llroeadcd ,V. I'lain Chamhrir-9,
Kider-down in l'lnlc, Cream and Ilaby Illue,
Polka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
In FlcUds, aiioolts and Stripes.
UbV- Come and sco the White Goods no are selling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for $1. -flKH
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
AN ALLllOUND CHANGE!
COMMISSIONER BLOUNT, Minister to Hawaii.
THURSTON, Minister at Washington.
WILDER, Consul at San Francisco.
As I like to keep abreast of the times, MY STORE,
in the future will be known aB the
DRY GOODS STORE
TRUNKS . AND . VALISES,
Gentlemen's Underwear, Sashes,
Crepe Shirts, Neckties, Hats,
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc.,
Popular Herman Dry Goods
7 5 FOJRT" STREET
NEW GOODS !
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SB FORT STKEJEIT.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITK un.l COI.OItKD-.Iust suitable for this climate.
KNOTTKI) SWISS A very nrctt line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
KOO CHOO I'ONOKK -OUKAT NOVKI.T1KS
Silk.alin a,nd "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
V8 Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS E. CLARK. JEJ
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Ol'' AM. STYI.KS
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN TIIK LATEST I'lTTHIt.V.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with tint I-iti'nt Improvements.
AI.BO ON HANI)
MeWi'd Cottaps Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
AMI OTIini -
Koit ham: iiy
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,,
King utrcet, oiiiio, Cuttle l Cooke,
s. ii. i.tiVK i)i:snti:s to an-
lioillli'i' that he lian retired from tin.
liUHiiichH of a lluteher I'lirrled on liv him at
the Central Market on Niinuiiu utrcet, and
that he lulu trnimfcncd IiIh inier.wlrt to the
I Metroi')llliui Meat Coinpuny.
Honolulu, Muy 17, lm, "30-3t
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TJETV - T
NEW GOODS !
llcretania Street J'JO ier
Derutuuiu Street, opjMiaito
Ktore.s on Nliuanu Street,
11 Hnililinn Lots ami 3 KiU Pondn on
tlio roml to Waikiki.
House anil l)t on llcretania street near
l'eiiHiuiola. lxit '00 feet frontage and
1 10 feet deep.
ANo, u Vuliiulile Illoek of llriek llutld-
Iiiks in the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Sale.
COTTAGE TO UBT.
COTTAOKTO l.KT ON
l I'linelihonl Ntreet,
near (jueun'H lloiiiitul; Six
i:i Naiiami nt., Hoot & Shoe auire.
One Ayrshire Bull !
KICK ft IN
J. X. WKUllIT.
Little llritulu, KingBtreet.
l7Hw) 1'. O. llox 150.
Hull Tele. J.'m,
Camera and Full Outfit
For Sale Ola ears I
l 4x:i'. ,. lA'omimU'ul hi Working,
iihle for u iH'Kiuner.
"K. CV H.,"