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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PROM AND AFTElt OCTOliUU 1. 1802.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, MAY 20, 1893.
Saturday, May 'JO.
Am bk Matilda, Svcnson, 33 days from Na-
Am bk Albert, Winding, 13 days from San
Stmr Wainiaualo from Maui and Molokai
Stmr Mokolil from Molokai
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Saturday, May 20.
Stmr C H Bishop for Kauai
Vossela Leaving Monday.
Stmr Kaala for Kahnku and
Stim Mokolii for Molokai
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Kaala 1430 bags sugar and
Stmr Iwalani 1500 bags sugar and
From Kauai per stmr Iwalani May 20
Mrs Itobinson, Miss E Gay, A Uobinvon,
F Gay, Mrs 1)1) Baldwin, Miss Baldwin,
Miss'Binloy, W A Baldwin, Cnpt T Urcen
aiul 5 duck.
KEKONA-On Thursday, May 18th, to the
wife of I). Kekoua, a mjii.
st. Andrew's cathedral.
Whitsunday. Tho Cathedral Con
gregation of St. Andrew's will hold
sorvicos to-morrow, as follows: 6:30
a. m., Holy Communion; 11 a. in.,
matins aud sermon; hymns 157, 152
and 154. 7:30 p. m., evensong aud
sermon; hymns 15G, 153 and 155.
The sorvicos of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, Sunday, will be as fol
lows: 9:45 a. in., morning prayor
with sormon; Vouito, Maunder in B
ilat; Te Damn, Hodges in C; Jubi
late, Dudley Buck in A; hymns, 15(5
aud 207; anthem, "Thus spoakoth tho
Lord of Hosts," by Stainor. 6:30 p.
v m., evensong with sermon; Magnifi
cat, Anon, in A; Nunc Dimittis,
Young in D; anthem, "Turn thy faco
from thy sins," by Atwood ; hymns,
154 aud 27. Rev. Alox. Mackintosh,
pastor. All are cordially invited.
Sunday Sorvicos 6 and 7 a.m.,
Low Masses. English sormon at
tho 7 a. in. Mass, ovory Sunday
during tho whole 3'ear. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sermon iu Por
tuguese aud Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Rosary and Catechism. 4 p.m., in
winter soason (Novombor to Febru
ary), 4:30 p. m. in summer soason
(February to Novombor), Benedic
tion of the M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Services 6 and 7 a. in.,
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
lani Hall, rear of Opera House. Ser
vices will bo hold Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Biblo class; 11:15 a. m. and
7:30 p. m., preaching, bjT Elder J.
SEVENTH DAT ADVENTISTS.
Seventh Day Advontist, Church,
corner Punchbowl and Borotauia
streets, iu G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social meeting af
ter Sabbath school, Biblo reading
ovory Sunday evening. Evoryono
Y. M. 0. A. HALL.
Sunday, 11 a. in., services in Oaliu
.-' Jail; 1:15 p. m., sorvicos in BarraeltB;
3:30 p. in., Biblo Study iu Y. M. C. A.
6:80 p. in,, Gosplo Praise Sorvico in
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.,
prayer mooting at Y. M. C. A.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a.m. and at 7:30 p.m.
Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor at 6:80 p, in,
Rov. E, G. Beokwith, D.D., pastor.
Evangelistic services will 1b con
ducted by tho Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
p, m, Evoryono welcome.
Tho most painful cases of rheum
atism may bo relieved by a few ap
plications of Chamberlain's Pam
Balm; its continued use will cure
any caso, no matter of how long
standing. It is ccjually bonulicial for
lame back, pain in tho side, pain in
tho chest, lamoues.-i, aud iu all pain
ful affections requiring an external
remedy. A piece of llaniiol mil unit
ed with Pain Balm and bound on
over tho seat of pain is superior to
any phihtor. For sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts for the
A"coniplolo photiHjiiiphiooiitlU" ih
now sold iu the city fi.i f)0 cents. In
i-hiiduud the umatoiir photographic
iiuud can do huxincMi on u Mill ('jump
er capital, tho "coniplulo ihiIIH" coat
iiiK "illy the equivalent of 2!) cents iu
American money, iwhtugu included.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
wants a situation.
Bonofit concert to tho Hawaiian
National Band at the Opera House
An intimation appears olsowhoro
to ladies interested iu tho now Ma
Diamond Head, 12 noon Weather
linzy, Wind, fresh northeast. Albert
and Matilda off port.
Louis Sykos, haokinan, was arrest
ed this afternoon, on a charge of
having personated an otllcor iu Fob
Captain W. A. Pendleton, former
ly of tho Martha Davis, is tho pres
ent master of tho bark Amy Turner,
which arrived from Boston yester
day. Tho murder trial proceeds this
afternoon. It is expected to last
until Wednesday evening. Tho jury
will hnvo to bo lucked up over San
da. Tho P. G. band will play t the
baseball gamo between tho Cres
cents and llawaiis this afternoon.
Both teams expect to put up good
Lovers of good music should not
fail to attend tho concert at tho
Opora Houso this evening, when tho
host local talent will appear. Signor
Barsotti, tho operatic singor, will
contribute several solos.
Since tho opening of tho athletic
school at tho Borotauia street armo
ry, thoro lias been a decided increaso
in attendance. Prof. Lohoido ex
pects to have horizontal bars and
other athlo.lii' apparatus put in soon.
Tho Wkukly Bulletin will bo pub
lished on Monday morning. It con
tains Mr. Nordhotl's letter to tho N.
Y. Herald, also Commissioner
Blount's instructions from President
Clovoland, besides other interesting
matter. Mail a copy to your friends
Tho flagship band seienaded U. S.
Minister aud Mrs. Blount at tho
Snow Cottage, Hotel, yesterday
ovoning. Neat programs printed on
board the U. S. cruiser Boston bv
Mr. Humphreys wore distributed.
Tho music was much enjoyed by the
neighborhood and the crowd it at
tracted. On Saturday next a bonofit will bo
given at tho Opora Houso for the
most prominent of our benevolent
societies. Tho men of tho Adams
and Hyacinth with some talented
townsmen have combined. Mr.
Crowley is stage manager, which is a
guarantee that it will bo a good and
A gentleman living on tho Asylum
road heard noise as of stones falling
on his houso at 3 o'clock on Thurs
day morning. On going out ho saw
about ton girls and three boys on
joj'ing t honifcolvos with pelting tho
fruit off his mango trees. Ho suc
ceeded in catching ono girl who,
when questioned, said they only
In to-day's paper is an essay on tho
Fischer stool range, showing that it
is a source of wealth in a household
second only to a police-proof opium
closet with time-lock attachment.
Thoro is an appendix tolliug more
about the Iloudry breaker, which is
rapidly breaking up all tho bad ef
fects of tho McKiuloy bill. It is
easy to find the column with all this
Woman's Board of Missions.
At tho annual meeting of llio
Woman's Board of .Missions hold
3'ostorday, thoro was tho largo at
tendance of ISO ladies. Reports of
otlieors woro presented, that of tho
treasurer showing receipts of SHirio.lti
aud expenditures of 1370.07, leav
ing in tho treasury a balance of
Ollieors for tho onsuing year were
elected as follows: Mrs. (J. M. Hyde,
President; Airs. Cooke, Miss Cham
berlain and Mrs. E. A. Jones, Vice
Presidents; Mrs. A. 13. Lyons, For
eign Corresponding Secretory; Mrs.
S. E. Bishop, Recording Secretary;
Mrs. B. 1?. Dillingham, Treasurer.
Lunch was taLon at noon, with a
fow gentleman guests. The Presi
dent's address dealt with tho Board's
work iu these Islands and in Micro
nesia, which in both cases had been
prosperous during tho year. She
expressed the sentiment that the
society could wait.with patience for
tho full fruition of thoir hopes iu
regard to annexation.
Victim of Police Search.
Johnson, who sings tho modern
song of tho shirt, had his place
searched above and beneath tho
lloor for opium yesterday. The
nearest approach to opium pots
found was in the form of ilat irons.
Johnson did not kick a little bit,
but thoro is tho faint shadow of a
frown gathering on his open coun
tenance to-day, as he seen a police
man on watch at every corner, scar
ing away the people oi'i thoir way to
his shop to be measured for shirts.
As the police do not need shirU un
der their heavy coats, Johnson
doesu't want to haul them in. He
has been heard to mutter, on his
periodic peeps out the door, some
thing about a big suit for damages
to fit on somebody instead of a
The following eaes were conclud
ed in the District Court this morn
ing; .1. Allen and K. Robertson, for
selling swipes, sentenced to pay line.-,
of S200 each; Akai, for having opium
iu poM-osnion, lined S7."i; Kahalepio,
assault and battery mi a Chinaman,
ill) days' imprisonment, tl. Trask
aud W, Kiuger at first pleaded not
guilty to a charge of nulling swipes,
but later changed their pleas to
that of guilty; sentence suspended
until .Monday. Chris Unit, and
Miss Nelron," charged with having
opium, were leiiiauded until Tues
day. It iiieitt III! eiMiU a iIiiiiiiiiI i
iuuuuhicLuid illuiiiliinliiiK giiu in bus
Largo Haul Landed from S. S. Aus
tralia Found nt Kalihl-kai.
Captain Schlommor wliilo making
liis usual rounds was accosted by a
Portuguese named Autoiio Bright,
formerly a police ollicor, at G o'clock
yesterday evening, on King street.
Bright told tho ollicor that Koaloha
and himself had located two boxes,
partly broken, full of opium at
Ivalihi-kai. Sehloinuior brought tho
Portugucso to tho Station, whoro
they equipped themselves for tho
expedition. On arriving at tho placo
designated tho Captain saw that tho
information was correct. Ho found
tho boxes and a boat in tho water
near by. Tho boxes woro not search
ed then, but woro put in the boat
and convoyed to the lauding, whoro
tho boat was turned ovor to tho
boat boys. Tho boxes woro carried
to tho Station, whoro thoy woro
opened and found to contain 234
tins of opium. On tho outside of
tho boxes woro tho words, "koop
Bright and his companion had
noticed two men in tho boat, and,
suspecting a smuggling scheme, had
gone down to tiio placo aud lounu
tho boxes. No doubt tho smuinrlors
had seen their scheme was discovered
and taked ilight.
Early this morning Alox. Smith
identified tho boat as his property
and stated that he had loasod it to a
Portufjuoso bumboat man named
Antonio Martins. Tho sorvicos of
tho Portuguese ollicor, J. M. For
reira, woro called in and Martins was
found. Martins gave tho namo of
his companion as Joaquin da Silva,
and tho latter was immediately sum
moned. Both mon aftor being ques
tioned turned state's evidence, stat
ing that the 231 tins of opium woro
landed from tho S. S. Australia, at
11 o'clock on Thursday night.
Antono Bright was seen by a Bul
letin reporter this morning. Ho
stated that aftor ho had picked up
tho opium and taken it to his houso,
which was near, ho noticed that tho
mon had returned and woro in the
act of carrying off another box from
tho boat. Ho was at quite a dis
tance and it was vory dark, so ho
gavo up all thoughts of a chaso.
Tho men who woro carrying tho
boxes woro heading for a pineapple
ranch, and had to cross Mr. S. M.
Damon's pasture. When ho first
saw tho men ho thought tho3 might
have a pistol, so ho sang out to his
native companion, "Never mind, I've
got a pistol."
In accordance with information
given by tho Portuguese arrestod, a
warrant will bo issued for tho arrest
of Mr. P. G. Camarinos.
Into a Trap.
Toina Abbie, tho Japanese detec
tive, received six warrants last
week for tho arrest of six Japanese
dos-erters from tho Olowalu planta
tion. Mr. Eldredgo of W. G. Irwin
A: C'o.'a oUice. remiostod tho dotof-
tivb to make all possible hasto to
securo tho men. Toina went to work
a la Pinkerton, and mot a fellow
countryman who told him ho had
seen five of tho men working on the
Waimanalo plantation. Toina's
quick comprehension suggested a
ruse to securo tho men. First, ho
gavo his informer $2.51), and, having
got into his good graces, told him to
go to Waimanalo and toll tho Japs
that Mr. B. F. Dillingham, who has
just returned from tho United States,
was iu neetl or ono hundred aim
twenty-five Japanese laborers, llo
(Dillingham) was so hard up for
laborers tluit ho would givo thorn SI
a da and board. The in former
went over and told the storj- to the
deserters. Thoy eagerly grasped at
the bait and immediately sot oil for
town. While thoy woro coming
down Xuuanu street yesterday, who
should confront them but Detective
Toina, by whom thoy woro escorted
to tho Station. Ono nioro de
serter is wanted but Toina is in re
ceipt of information that tho man is
at tho Ewa plantation.
OPIUM AT EWA.
Unclainiod Stuff Captured and One
ShorifT Wond of Ewa has during
tho past fow days boon scouring that
district for opium, and watching tho
coast for smugglers. Tho other day
ho found a box full of old clothes, a
tin and a half of opium and a pipe,
presumably the property of a China
man. As no one claimed it, the box
was sent to town, to await a claim
ant, which it is likely to do till the
law is changed.
On Thursday tho deputy sheriff
made a raid on a Chinese houso and
captured a Chinaman with an opium
smoking out (it and two tins of opium.
Yesterday the District Judge sent
enced the Chinaman Ah You --to
pay a fine of $200 and to bo im
prisoned at hard labor six months.
Ah You was brought to town this
morning aud is enjoying life iu
Tripp's cool retreat.
No Jingoism in Theirs.
Mr. Charles Nordhoff's Hawaiian
letters to the New York Herald have
au enlightening quality. That jour
nal has performed au important
public service iu sending a veteran
journalist to these islands. .Mr.
NordholV is a man of cool head and
sound judgment, and lie is especially
well lilted for his present work. It
will be observed that he justifies tiie
course taken by President Cleveland,
aud to some extent by President
Harrison's administration also,
though tho latter made au unfor
tunately bumptious mistake iu ac
cepting a treaty more with a view to
political capital at home than with
consideration for the credit of the
government. We hae fortunately
reached a point where the proMiinp-
t ion that Americans aro in love with
jingoism does not prevail among
iiuisehes, and our people themselves
of both pai ties are showing their
sanity by quietly watching the
diplomat in conduct of the all'ali,
Kantua UUy Tlum,
"On Its Own Merits."
Undor tho heading of "Flotsam"
tho organ of monopoly and advo
cato of despotism says In tins morn
ing's issuo that tho "peoitlo" had
quito unoxpoctodly knocked tho po
litical chip off the shoulder of royal
ty," etc. Who tho "people" are, wo
are loft ontiroly to conjecture, but
according to tho "signs of national
evolution which have already at
tracted tho 03'os of tho outsido
world" (vide P. O. A.) tho "people"
aro tho handful of planters and thoir
dopondonts who hnvo usurped tho
government and nro prepared to
scoop out tho last dollar in the
tronsury to pay a hordo of stran
gers, mostly claiming American citi
zenship not ono iu ton of whom is
long onotigh in tho country to have
a vote in order that a rampart of
bayonets may stand guard night and
day between tho "people" aud thoso
Wo aro told tho "royalists" (which
namo of course inuhidos evory Amer
ican not endorsing bayonet rule)
fail to rocogjiizo tho fact that tho
"foreign residents" havo by their
pluck, etc., "transferred Hawaii from
the grass house to tho modern
homo; from savagory to civilization
with all its attendant blessings."
This is a sample of what the Advor
tisor family compact butler dishes
up for foreign consumption. Horo
on tho spot wo know that the "bless
ings" of tho last twonly years, and
especially of tho last ton, liavo been
for a fow business monopolists to
get ovorythintr into their hands and
fill tho country up with coolies.
This is tho most visiblo and tangible
"blessing" which the "peoplo ' as
representing tho masses can soo at
prosont. Tlio interior of manj' a
grass houso was a cool and comfort
ablo homo, ospeeially when it stood
as it generally did on its owner's ku
leana. Compared with a "planta
tion houso" of rough boards it was a
"Tho Provisional Government is
conlidont of its own strength, is
able to stand on its own merits and
can run for au indefinite time," etc.,
so wo are told. Allot which leadsono
to speculate curiously as to tho un
derlying principles of some people's
Americanism. It is well, however,
that the organ and exponont of
"national evolution" should plainly
state that tho people can remain
just where they aro for an "indefinite
Business and Industrial.
There is not a wugou fuetory in
A now freight cur ij doublo the
ordinary size. ,
Machine luce is made to look like
In 1S02 17,ii'J(i vet.-uls arrived in
New York Harbor.
Women serve us switchmen on the
Four hundred patents were issued
to women lust year.
The Southern slruwbcrry crop will
be largo thih season.
Over -1,000 Ixjoks were published in
Uiiited States last your.
On the Arabian coast tho pearl fish
ery produces annually a sum little
short of $1,750,000.
Wliilo Mr. T. J. Richoy, of Altona,
Mo., was traveling iu Kansas ho was
taken violently ill with cholera mor
bus. Ho called at a drug store to
got some medicine and tho druggist
recomniondod Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy 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 aud
nothing else. It never fails. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agonts for t he Hawaiian Islands.
Subscribe for the Daily Jiullrtin, SO
"mix ver mnitlh.
NEW MASONIC TEMPLE.
LADIKS IXTEKKSTED IN THK NEW
.Musoniu Hall are invited to contri
bute to u Table of Iftiney Articles to lie sold
in aid of the Furnishing Fund. Contribu
tion to be sent to
73-J-ll)t Kuglu House.
lloyjil UawiiiianOpura llouse
L. J. Levey.
II. Ilerger .,
May ao, 1SSS.
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
. In. March ''Welcome" Mborulii
' (. Overtoil--"Muitliu". ..Klotow
Hawaiian National Hand.
Minn I'. Nolle.
.'J. Trio for Mule Voices
MusitrH, Harriott!, Aylettaml Kapuu,
I. .1 Native lluwuilan Kuiigs with Clioruti
Haivaiiaii National Hand.
f. Overture String Orchestra
Hawaiian National ilanil.
.MIs I'ttrkur mill Mlist AYiird.
7. Trio Hollfiirlo
.Ml Nolle, MiMS-rx. llm.-ottl aiul Kupua.
MNs M. ('uuiiuiiix and Mr. C. Hootb.
10. Suxiipboni) Solo
' II. Wall. String Orchiiptra
Hawaiian National llatnl.
' I'.'. Solo
! Mr. Hareutti.
' IX Konir nml Cborilh .
Hawaiian Wulntuttu Oluh.
ll. .March -"Aloha On" Uorger
Hawaiian National Ilanil.
1 populjAR rre,ioi23.
. Ilux I'lan niwoHn ul tlmnllli'unl
l J, Uivuy, corner 1'nrt aiul ijuceii trevt.
Hon. Wm, S. Warner
Cordially Endorses Hood's
27e Best Blood Purlter.
TTilltnm S. Warner
Fond du Lac, Wis.
Tho following Is ftom ex-Congressman
Warner, a gentleman highly esteemed by
all who know him:
"I can truly say tlmt I consider Uood's Sarin
parlllatlio bcitmcillclno for purifying the blood.
It dlil mo good when physicians mid other modi
clues failed, It lias Increased my appetite and
seemed to renow my youth. Tills Is absolutely
true." W. 8. Wauneii, Fowl Du Lac, Wis.
Hood'O Pills euro Constipation by restor
ing the peristaltic action of tho alimentary canaL
The under.iigiieil aro prepared to give in
tending Tourists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
COXNKCTION WITH THK ST1JAM
KKS QV THK
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of San Pranolsoo
UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Of isTe-w Zealand,
J3P" Kurtber imrtleulars may bo bud
upon application. '
Wm. G. IRWIN CO.
" 3sr e x: T ! "
SHAY1KG, HAIR GUTTING & SHAMPOOING
Queen Street Shaving Parlors
(N'oxt'iloiir to Morgan's unction room)
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
AHI'HCIAH MKKTINH OKTIIK MUM
her of the Hawaiian Jnckiiv flub
will he helil on HATUItDAY, May aTth, at
K a, iu., ai urn oiiiciMiii .u.
for thu jairiio-u of coiihlilerlnt; the iuIvihi
bllily of holilluu the races on Jvuiucliauic-
COM MITT Hi:.
as i.m: niMi'Axv has i.pakc.ii
ill the rice planlatiou from l Akau,
formerly known an 'iiu lul al Company,
at Waiulua, with all the catllc, water
rlhti-. tniili., etc., for the term of kIx i'r
from A in 11 1. IntH. to July, Irtci, at the rate
o( f I O0a ycir. Hereafter Man l.ee Cinii
p.iny will not be renpuimllile' fur any iIcIiIk
nwiut! bv Yie Till Will anil Men Tal Wai.
MAN l.lli: COMI'ANY.
Honolulu, May 10, mi. 7'JI-lw
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials! Latest Designs!
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaille!
Light nnil Dark Ground KU'ects Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Blue, Cardinal nntl Black;
KINK KIUL'UKD MUSLINS IN NHW DKSIQN8,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Gingham, Brocaded A: Plain Chnmhrics,
Kidcr-down in Pink, Crcnni anil Baby
Polka Dot Muslins,
A COMPLETE ASSOllTMENT OF
In Fla.iclB, Olaoolcs and Stripes.
Come and sco the White Goods wo nro selling at 7, (J and 5 yards for $1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
AN ALLROUND 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 as the
TRUNKS .. AND . AALISES,
Gentlemen's Underwear, Sashes,
Crepe Shirts, Neckties, Hats,
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
opular Ixerinan Dry Goods Store,
NEW GOODS !
IB. IF1. EHLERS & GO.
SS PORT STRE3E1T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GIIKAT VAKIKTY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITK ami COI.OKKD-.Iust suitable for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIG-UBED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
KOO OHOO FONOKK--UKKAT NOVniHES
SiUtEUine e-rxcl "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
HT Dressmaking Undor the Uanagement of MISS E. CLARK. J3
l'KIt 11AUK "C. I). URYANT"
OK ALL STYI.KS
Carpets, Rugs and Mats !
IN Till! 1.4TKKT 1'ATTKIINH.
HAND SEWING MACHINES !
All wilh the Ijilcst Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
CdeWwl Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
VMI Ollini -
Koit mam: hy
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,,
Kinc, Mn-cl, opim. Cattle ,v Ciiukc,
II. l.oT. DIJSIItKS TO AN-
uuce Unit lie lulu riitlreil frnin 111..
hiiiiliic of 11 llulciicr carried on bv him at
the Central Market on Nuiuiuii tfeet, ami
that In) Iiiim trausferreil Iin itlternslN to tbti
Metropolitan Meat Coiiiniiny.
Honolulu, Muy 17, lb'j.J, 7W-yt
Figured Irish Lawns.
NEW GOODS !
1 Cottage on
1 Cottage 011
1 Cottage on
1 Cottage on
1 Cottaue on
Heretaiiia Street $i"i por
Heretatiia Street $20 jer
Heretaiiia Street, oppo.iite
:i Stores on Nuuanu Street,
11 lluililiiic hots and 3 Fish I'omU on
the roaii to Waiklki.
Hull"!) ami 1it on lleretnuia Btreet near
rciiMicolu. Hot 'M feet frontuee uml
1 10 feet deep.
AUu, a Valuable lllock of Hriek Huild-
lngn In the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Balo.
COTTAGE TO LET.
AUOTTAO K TO I.KT ON
near tjueen's Hospital; Six
Itoiiiiis, Hunt 18. Aimlv
to "U. ADI.tili.
Kl Nuuanu nt., llool A Shoe store.
One Ayrshire Bull !
TICK a IN ADVANCE.
tW Apply to
J. N. WltKlHT.
I.lttln Britain, King Htreet.
17111-hv) 1'. O. Uox KM.
Camera and Full Outfit
For Sale Olietvp I
H,iS. Kcouomli'iil iu Working,
able fur a beginner.
"K. C. H.,"
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