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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1893.
To Ewa Mm,.
B. II. A. D.
A.M. r.M. r.M. P.M.
Leavo Honolulu 8:45 1:45 4:35 6:10
Lcnvo Pearl Olty 0:30 2:30 5:10 5:6(1
Arrivo Ewa Mill 0:57 2:67 6:30 0:22
0. B. B. A.
a.m. a.m. r.M. r.M.
Leavo Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43 3:13 5:42
Leavo Pearl City 0:55 11:15 4:15 0:10
Arrivo Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55 0:45
A. Saturdays only.
O. Sundays oxcoptod.
D. Saturdays excoptcd.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
Bit C. J. IiYONB.
l 111 m
DAY. , "g-B 5'S S b
5'? Si" E? &r ? 2 i iS
p.m. n.m. n.m.'p.m.
Moil. SMI 3 S5 2 30 8 20 11 0 5 17 0 37 0 13
Tuns. 30 i 15 3 45 8 35 11 35 S 17 1 37 7
Wed. 31 4 40 4 25 0 5; 12 0 IS 17 (I 3S, 8 2
Thurs. 1 0 25 5 20 10 0 .... 5 17, 0 3S 8 6.1
I a.m. 1
Frl. 2 0 10 0 20 10 15, 1 30 6 17 0 3D 0 41
Nat. 3 (i 60 7 20 10 30 2 60 5 17 (i 3!1 10 2(1
Sun. 4 7 35, 8 25,11 5 3 30 5 17. 0 3'J 11 8
I I I I )
Full moon on the 30th at 4h. 61m. a.m.
Time WMstlo blow sot lh. 28m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is the sumo us 121i. Oin.
0s. of Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, MAY 30, 1893.
nun depute nsrE-ws.
Monday, May 29.
Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, from San
Tuimiiay, May 30.
Stiur Waialealo from Hamakua
Tuksday, May 30.
O it O S S Gaelic, Pearne, for San Francisco
at 10 a m
Stmr Kinau for Man! and Hawaii at 2 p m
Stiur Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Claudine for Maui at 5 p in
Schr Mahimahi for Waianae
Stmi Mokolii for Molokai
Vessels in Port.
TJ S S Adams, Nelson, from San Francisco
H B M S Hyacinthc from Esquimalt
U S S Boston, Day, from Hilo
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco Am 4-mstd schr Transit, Jorgensen, from
Am brgtne V Q Irwin, Johnson, from San
Br bk Gainsborough, McPhail, from New
castle, N S W
Am bktno Irmgard, Bchmidt, from San
Am 4-masted schr Lyman D Foster, Dreeyr,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am 4-iu King Gyrus, from Newcastle, NSW
Br sh Greta, Garland, from Newcastle
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia
Foreign VosboIs Expected.
H B M S Royal Arthur from England
H B M S Temerairo from England
CPSS Miowera from Bydnoy, duo Juno 1
S S Monowai, Carey, from San Francisco,
duo June 1
S S Alameda, Morso, from the Colonies,
duo June 1
S S Monowai, Caroy, from San Francisco,
due Juno 1. '
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, duo
Am schr W H Talbot, from Newcastle, duo
Am bktne Discovery, McNeill, from San
Francisco, due May 31.
Br bk Ladstock from
Ivorpool, duo July
Bk Routenbeck from Newcastle, due May
Bk Sharpshooter from Newcastle, duo Juno
Bk Lamorna, from Newcastle, N S W,
Fr frigate Duchoil'ault from San Francisco,
due May 15-20
Gcr bk J C Pfluger, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk G N Wilcox from Liverpool, duo
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
For San Francisco, por O it O S S Gaelic,
May 30 Lieut Ehlors, Lieut Beers, M It
Heaps, Baron do Tuyll, Dr GrinTths, Dr M
Former Guard Departs.
Schriobor alias Chips, tho P. G.
guardsman who ouco fired at his
shadow, has gono at last. Somo
friends rowed him to tho Immigra
tion depot and put him in Stovedoro
Simonsou'e steam scow by which ho
was convoyed on board tho S. S.
Gaelic. Chips was committed to tho
Insane Asylum a few weeks ago, as
boing of unsound mind. After ex
amination, however, ho was dis
charged as not boing insane at all.
Chips found his way to tho Police
Station, whore ho has boon boarding
ever smco on good if. u. grub.
Tho promptness and cortniuty of
its cures have made Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy famous, It is in
tended especially for coughs, colds,
croup and whooping coughs, and is
tho most effectual remedy known for
these diseases. Mr. C. 13. Main, of
Union City, Pa., says: "I have a groat
sale on Chamberlain's Cough lieuio
dy. I warrant every bottlo and havo
never hoard of one failing to give
on tiro satisfaction." f0 cent bottles
for Balo by all dealers, iioiison,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawai
Major-Gonoral Aluxnmlur Mont
gomery Moore has been gazetted
Commander of tho forces in Canada.
Dr, Tanner, brother of tho con
spicuous auti.l'ariioHilo M. J'., pur
posoly took an overdose of moi piiiiio
in a 1 loot-streot, Loudon, hotel, and
died ohortly afturwurd.
IiOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
British Benevolent Society's meet
ing this ovouing at tho Y.'M. C. A.
Tho outgoing mail by tho S. S.
Gaelic to-day consisted of 2795 lot
tors and 015 papers.
Tho Indian prince and his body
guard woro the coutro of attraction
at tho PaciGc Mail wharf this morn
ing. Threo Chinamen woro fined $50
ortcli in tho District Court this
morning for having opium in posses
sion. Both banks and nearly all busi
ness places in town closed at noon.
Tho schools woro given a half holi
day. Tho annual social of tho Strati gor's
Friend Society takes place to-night
at Mrs. 11. Lower's residence, Wai
kiki. Tho S. S. Australia will bo duo in
San Francisco to-morrow with Mr.
J. L. Stevens, tho ox-U. S, Ministor,
To give the printers a chanco to
seo tho Memorial Day parade, tho
Bulletin is issued at 2:l!0 o'clock this
In this paper will bo found tho
card of Mr. F. M. Wakefield, who
has just beon admitted to tho Ha
Mr. Howes, agont of Cook's Tour
ist Co., who has charge of the Indian
prince's tour, called at tho Bulletin
ollice this morning.
Dr. M. E. Grossman left on tho S.
S. Gaelic this morning for tho Coast.
Tho steamor's people managed to
make room for tho doctor.
Attention is called to tho change
of time table of tho O. It. & L. Co.
which appoars in this issue. Sovoral
important changes havo been made.
Tho saloo7 MrYW. S. Bartlott's
furniture takes place to-morrow
(Wednesday), at 10 o'clock. Thoro
is a huo lino ol now goods to bo sold.
Port Surveyor Sandors caught tho
Chineso firomau on H. Hackfold &
Co.'s steam scow this aftornoon with
ouo tin of Hongkong opium in his
M. N. Sandors gives notice that ho
has sold his oxpross business to D.
McCorriston, who will continue to
carry on tho sanio at the old stand
on King street.
Mr. W. C. Wilder has beon ap
pointed Vice-President of tho Pro
visional Government in place of
Hon. S- M. Damon, appointed Min
ister of Finance.
Tho baseball game which was to
havo takou placo this afternoon be
tween tho Crescents and Kameha
niohas has boon postponed. A game
will bo played on Juno 11th.
Should the Hyacinth loavo as an
nounced, tho performance of "Tho
Gondoliers" will bo indefinitely post
poned, as several otlicers of the
cruiser had leading roles in the cast.
A number of intending passengers
hence bj the' Gaelic woro disap
pointed, the ship being full. Among
others the ox-Minister of Finance,
Mi. Porter, has to wait for another
H. B. M. S. Hyacinth received
orders by tho barkeutino Irmgard to
sail on tho southern cruise. Her
sailing day was sot for Thursday,
but there is a possibility that her
stay may lie prolongod.
Mr. W. G. Ashley will act as de
puty of tho Ministor of Finance, to
perform tho details of the Depart
ment. His responsibility is entirely
to Minister Damon, who pays his
salary out of his own purse.
Mr. J. P. Bowou claims to bo the
youngest man in tho Hawaiian Isl
ands who was with tho Army of tho
Potomac in 18(51. Ho was in Co. A,
112th Uogt., New York. Mr. Bowen
carries two wounds one in. tho
shoulder and one in tho leg.
Passengers from tho Gaelic and
many townspeople woro regaled
with music at tho Hotel by tho Gov
ernment band last night. Prof.
Borgor is getting his reinforced
musical corps into good form, as
each succeeding concert increasingly
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
extend to Capt. H. G. Morso, of tho
steamer Alameda, on his arrival in
port to-morrow ovouing, a grand
complimentary concort, at 8:15
o'clock, at tho Hawaiian Hotel.
Sovoral Hawaiian airs will bo bung,
and tho concort will ail'ord a great
treat to the popular commander's
large list of passengers. Tho pro
gram will bo printed in to-morrow's
HIS HIGHNESS THE NAWAB.
Millions of Men Rise at the Lifting
of His Finger.
His Highness tho Nawab of Hnin
pur, India, attracted much attention
at tho Hotel yesterday evening. Ho
is tall and lithe in figure, lias refined
and pensive features befitting his
race and rank, and, with the excep
tion of the fez protecting his know
ledge box, dresses like a European.
Unfortunntoly tho prince and his
party could not make it convenient
to fulfil their original intention of
staying in tho islands long enough
to visit tho volcano. They continued
their journey on tho Gaelic.
A good story was going tho
rounds among tho guests and callers
at the Hotel, It was to tho ollect
that tho prince expressed surprise
that the sovereign of tho country
could have boon dethroned. "Why!"
he is reported to have exclaimed,
"in my country 1 should only havo
to lift my linger and four millions
of men would spring to my sup
port." A great labor strike hai begun at
Dundee, Scotland. The men m
futiod to aeeepi a reduction in wages,
and 10,000 operatives wont out on
strike. .Several mills were coinpull
i ed to cloao in coiiiioi-uuiiuo.
Historical Sketch of tho British Bene
Tho adjourned annual meeting of
tho abovo named Socioty will bo hold
to-night in tho Y. M. 0. A. Hall,
when it is to bo hopod that as many
members of tho Socioty as can possi
bly attond will mako a point of boing
It is now closo on 30 yoars ago
sinco tho British Bonovolont Socioty
was established. Tho original namo
was tho St. Goorgo's Bonovolont So
ciety, but this was subsequently al
tered to tho moro comprohonsivo
title of tho British Bonovolont So
ciety. Tho association was organized
at a public dinnor, hold in Honolulu,
on tho 23d April, 1801, (St. Goorgo's
Day), and attondod by about sovonty
of the leading British rosidonts. Mr.
W. W. F. Syngo, now deceased, and
who was then British Commissioner,
filled tho chair, whilst tho lato Mr.
W. L. Green acted in tho capacity
of vico-ehairinan. Amongst those
present woro tho following gentle
men, still in tho land of tho living,
viz.: Messrs. A. S. Cleghorn, Dr. It.
McKibbiu, A. MeKibbiu, Capt. Mc
lutyre, T. H. Davies, It. Hind, S.
Savidgo and J. Smithies. Others
who took part, but now passed away
to tho "land o tho loal, were It.
Lovo, Capt. Luce, M. C. Monsarrat,
G. McLean, H. Prondorgast, W.
Itawlius, Judgo Itobortson, S. Dow
sett, S. Hardcastlo, J. S. Walkor and
It. C. Wyllio, etc.
Somo capital post - prandial
speeches woro dolivored during tho
course of tho ovouing. Tho chair
man in nroDosimr tho toast. "Our
Nativo Land," is roportod to havo
said: "We havo all been compelled
to loavo home. I don't mean at tho
public expense, but from various
circumstances; somo of us in quost
of health, some in search of fortune,
others to gratify an honorablo ambi
tion. But loyal as 3011 may bo to
3'our now county, happy as you 11103
bo in your now homo, I fancy thoro
is not ouo of you whoso heart does
not beat quickor, and whoso cheek
does not flush with a brighter tinge,
when ho thinks of tho grand old
couur3 across tho seas tho coun
try wo have loft so many thousand
miles behind. (Cheors.) Whorovor
they havo goue, Englishmen, by
which I moan Scotsmen and Irish
men also I am an Irishman 1113'solf
havo bravely and successfully de
fended tho honor of old England
and obtained in all countries respect
for tho raco from which wo havo
sprung. Who of us can forgot our
nativo land? Who can forgot tho
town or village whoro ho was bom,
tho bomestoad whoro ho was reared,
the church whoro ho first worship
ped, tho schoolhouso of his bo3hood,
his father's teaching and his mother's
lovo? (Cheers.) Travel-stained, weary
of tho world, sick of life,, porploxod
with care, at all times and under all
circumstances, that dear word
110MD can uovor bo forgotton. Who
will not sa3 with tho groat and good
"And if in davs of early youth,
We learn at home to love and pray,
Pray Heaven that early love and truth,
May never wholly fade away 1"
Judgo Robertson of the Supremo
Court replied to tho foregoing in a
speech too long to give in full. Tho
following closing words of his ora
tion may, however, bo given hero:
"I am dolighted to seo so varied a
representation gathered togother on
this occasion, the anniversar3 of the
patron saint, Saint George of Morry
England; and tho annivorsar3 also,
lot mo remind you, of tho birth of
William Shakespeare, a da3 to bo ro
momborod by ovory man who speaks
tho English languago. Havo we got
horo Paddy from Cork with his coat
buttoned behind? Havo wo got
black-mouthed Prosb3torians from
tho banks of tho Foylo or Lough
Earno? Havo wo Taffy with his leeks?
Have wo Sand3 tho canny Scot?
Havo we Donald from tho lulls, who
likes brochau and brose, and dis
dains to wear any brooks? Or tho
Bluonoso who bought wooden nut
megs lrom bam bliclcv It wo have,
tiny are equally wolcomo round this
hospitable board, with tho York
shireman and tho man of Kent, or
even tho Cockno3, who may havo
beon born within tho sound of Bow
Bolls. Long 111.13 thoy ' stand to
gother, shoulder to shoulder, a
united people in the face of tho
world; yos, as long as tho IJoso, tho
Shamrock, and tho Thistleshall con
tinue to grow, or water shall con
tinue to run.".
Duriug the thirty 3'earsof its oxis
tonco tho British Bonovolont Socioty
has helped many a worn and woary
brother who has fallen by tho way
side. Owing to tho dull times pro
vailing here during tho past 3'oar or
so there lias been a greater drain
than usual on the funds of tho So
ciety. Lot all tho mombors of tho
Sociot3 therefore roll up this ovou
ing and show 1)3 their presence aud
support that th'ey have not lost all
sympatic for their less fortunato
follow count rymon.
Colouration at the Catholic Cathe
dral of Honolulu.
Next Thursda', Juno 1st, is
Corpus Christi Da3, a feast of obli
gation, instituted to honor tho real
presence of tho body of Christ in
the Illesftcd Sacrament. Services
will lie hold as follows in the Catho-
I lie Cathedral: 0 and 7 a, in., low
I masses, with holy communion; 10 a.
I m., pontifical high mass, with oxr
l position of the M. B. Sacrament
from thou to tho ovouing service; 3
I p. in., Honary and Benediction.
While .Mr. T. J. liiohoy, of Altona,
.Mo., was traveling in Kansas he was
taken violently ill with cholera mor
bus, lie called at a drug store to
get soino inediejuo mid the druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera aud Diarrluua Hemedy so
highly ho concluded to try it. The
result was immediato relief, and a
fow does cured him coinjilotely.
It is made for bowel complaint ami
nothing else. It never fails, For
alu by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents lor the llawuuunisluuuB,
OATJGHX AT LAST.
Captain Walkor Noarly Gets Away
on tho Gaelic.
Captain A. W." It. Walkor, for
whoso arrost a warrant was issued a
fow weoks ago, for tho thoft of 20G
this of opium from tho Police Sta
tion strong room, hopod this morn
ing to bo by this tiino miles from
Honolulu on his way to tho Coast.
Walkor wont on board tho O. & O.
S. S. Gaolic, lying outsido tho har
bor, last night. Ho had his mous
tacho shaved and was dressed in a
brown suit. Withal ho feigned a
stato of intoxication and had tho as
sistance of frionds in eluding tho
polico. Since tho rocont oxoitomont
over big hauls of opium on tho
wator front, that locality has beon
but indifferently guarded by tho
police. Mr. Jorry Simonson, stovo
tloro for H. Hackfold & Co., mot
Walkor on board and had a fow
minutos' chat with him. Whou
Simonson came nshoro lie sout a tele
phone messago to tho Station that
Walkor was on board tho Gaelic,
but as thoro woro threo special
white policemen detailed to search
all outgoing steamers for stowaways
no effort was made to sond other
A man named Patterson, formerly
a boatman, but who. has beon given
a position as head officer of tho
stowaway squad, also soiit a tele
phone message to tho Station stat
ing that ho saw Walkor on board.
Ho was asked why he didn't arrest
him, when ho replied ho wasn't suro
of Walkor's identity. Walkor was
seen by sovoral through passengers
on tno uaonc. no was poiuiou out
to them as tho man who stole opium
from tho Station House.
Tho foregoing, with tho exception
of a fow words changed after it had
gono to tho typo-sottors, was pro
pared by our reporter as tho story
of Walkor's escape by tho Gaolic.
Word was received by telephone,
however, shortly after 12 ocloek
that tho elusive captain had boon
brought ashore and put in charge
of his successor in office, the turn
key at tho Polico Station. Pattorsou,
Hilbus and Elwing havo the credit
of capturing tho fugitive.
Tho officers were hot on Walkor's
trail when ho came out and rushed
down tho gangwa3 and tried to
jump into a shore boat, but just then
ho was nabbed. When soarched at
tho Polico Station a Colt's revolver,
14-calibre, ouo which has beon miss
ed from the Station, was found in
TWO RAGGED WOUNDS.
Mistaken for an Enomy a Chinaman
Ah Hum was brought to tho Sta
tion shortby boforo 9 o'clock this
morniu'' with his face, hands aud
shirt covered with blood. Two deep
and ragged cuts woro found on his
head aud Dr. Cooper was volophouod
for. The doctor arriving promptly
sowed up tho cuts. Ho stated that
tho injuries wore not serious, but
would nevertheless necessitate tho
man's being laid up for four or five
Ah Hum gave tho name of tho
man who assaulted him .is See Sui,
and tho placo of assault as Bore-
tauia street, bomo (Jhinamon wero
removing a fow things from a houso
whou See Sui protested. They be
gan to quarrol whou Ah Hum camo
along and tried to pacif3 tho com
batants. Seo Sui, thinking that Ah
Hum was going to fight for tho othor
side, turned and struck him with one
of the sticks that Chinese use for
carrying burdens. Ah Hum was
knocked down b3 tho savago blows
of his furious countr3man as tho To
ward of his venture at peacemaking.
Seo Sui has been arrested on a charge
of assault and battery.
ALL THROUGH SWIPES.
Suspected That His Wife Gavo Him
Puhili was arrested on Saturda3
night at Kikihalo Iry Roundsman
Kaapa for selling swipes. Ho secur
ed bail Sunday morning and going
homo accused his wife of having
given him away. Somehow or othor
tho wife's reply did not satisf3 tho
irate husband aud ho assaulted her.
Mrs. Puhili, bruised about tho faco
and bod3, made her wa3 to tho
Station aud secured a warrant for
tho arrost of Mr. Puhili for assault
and battor3'. Puhili was anostod
Sunday ovouing, and tho "cruel"
wife has loft him to languish behind
tho liars over sinco. Mrs. Puhili was
in tho courtroom this morning with
a veil ovor her faco, and every now
aud thou she would cast a glance at
her bad half sitting among hardened
Justice O'Halloran Have 3011 any
children, Mrs. Kelly? Mrs. Kelly
I hov two living and one married.
OAHD OF THANKS.
MHS. GAY DESIltlvS TO HKAUTILY
thuiik kind friends for their sympa
thy, and for tho bountiful floral tributes
sent to her in hor bereavement. 710-lt
F. M. WAKEFIELD,
Attokni:y ani UorsnEM.im at Lw.
Temporary ollice with Mr. (', W. Ashford.
Merchant bt., Honolulu, 11. I.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED HAHTIUH DAY
J. dlHllOSCil Of Ills llxiirCM lIllMlll'nH to
Mr. D. McOorrlhton. Tlmul-lng tbu public
for their llburul p unmade I would i-oliclt ;
a continuance of I he nmu to Mr. Mo-
UorriMiiii, M. N. BANDERS.
HAVING I'lJR'MIAHED SANDERS'
Exprcpit llitbliionx 1 11m unw pre
pared to attend to ull Cartnuu ut Itwimiii
ablu Rates. Mr. Cooper will continue in
my t'liiploy. OIIU'ii uk foriimrh, Kluu
U,UU 1 . ,. " MfCURRISTON.
Honolulu, Muy, UO, lb'JJ, 7W
Bon of If nrry K. Ituby, of Columbia, Pa.,
Suffered From Birth
With a Severe Form of
" Until my boy was six years of ago he was
from birth a terrible nufforer from scrofu
lous humor. Soros would appear on Mm and
spread until as "T,nrnc n n Dollar and then
discharge, follow cdby others, so tliatthe larger
part of his body was ono mn of norm all
Hie time, especially severe on his Icai and hack
of hit cars and on ids head. The humor had a
very onensivoodor, anu caused
We cannot tell how that poor boy suffered In
all those years. Physicians did not effect a
cure. At last I decided to rIvo htm Hood's
Barsaparlllri, as my druggist recommended
It In about two weeks the Snrsnparllla began
to havo effect. Tho sores commenced to heal
up; the flesh began to look more natural and
healthy. Then tlio scales eamo on and alt over
his body now and healthy flesh nmlsklu formed.
When ho had Liken two bottles lie was entirely
free from sores, having only tho scars to show
where they had been. Thcso have all disap
peared. Wo are unable to express our thanks
for the good
has done our little boy." IIahhv K. Runv,
Box 3G, Columbia, Pennsylvania.
HOOD'S FILLS cute Conitlpatlou lij reatoi
tag the pBrlitiltle action ( theallmenUrr can!
The undersigned aro prepared to give in
tending Tourists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago f Return
CONNECTION WITH THE STEAM
ERS OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of San P'ra.tiolsoo
UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Of New Zealand..
ttf Farther particulars may bo had
Win. ft IRWIN k CO.
To Lot or LoaBo.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooniH, 011 Magazine
street, with liathroom, pat
ent W. C. etc. CoiuniandH
one of thellncstviewHln Honolulu. Apply
COTTAGE TO 1.ET.
A COTTAGE TO LET ON
near (iueen'H Hospital; Six
Rooms. Rent $ltj. Aimly
to I.. ADliElt.
Ill Nuiiaini bt., Root it Shoe utore.
ONE I1I.O0K FROM IJE
rctanlu htreet earn, a
Cool and Convenient Cot-
tll- ol rilX ltooniH, UlrL'O fr 1 1 rn jjtu
Lot, Stable and Chicken IIoukc. Apply to
E. R. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'h Htore.
TO LET OK LEASE
rpHE COTTAGE AT NO.
X iVi KIhk Htreet, lately
occupied by Mr. M.S. Ixivy,
coiitaiiilimlt liedroomn. l'ar-
lor, iniiif'-rooin, lutcncn and iiatluuom;
Htablu in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
For particular anil term, apiilv to
(li:t-tf at E, O. Hull .V. Sons'.
rpiIE TWO PIECES OF
X Property with thu
HulldlligN thereon, situated
on Kiuuxtrcut. nud at pro-
hint occupied by .Messrs. 8. Now lent aud
j. Downey, hot li being opposite tho reid.
ili'iii'u of .1. 11. Athertuii; each of llic.-u pie.
111W0.1 are brlui'liiK in " annual rental o(
fUi), mid a Hue opportunity in hereby
tillered iinj one who in desirous ol ounlin
11 nice conifoitalile home in a Kood loca
lity within it few nilnuuV wall- of our
town. For icnin apply to
1 bUMt JUHN F. CULUUK.N.
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials! Latest Designs!
Cotton Pongee I Cotton Chaille!
Light and Dark Ground Effects Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Blue, Cardinal mid Blnck;
FINE VIOUHED MUSLINS IN NEW DESIQN8,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch CUnghams, llrocadcd it Plain Chambrics,
Eider-down in Pink, Cream and Ilaby
Polka Dot Muslins,
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF-
In "Plaids, Oheoke and Stri-poB.
YA- Come and see the White Goods wo aro spiling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for f 1. W&
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.
like to keep abreast of the times, MY STORE,
in the future will he known as the
DRY GOODS STORE
TRUNKS .'. AND .'. VALISES,
Gfentlemen's Underwear, Sashes,
Crepe Shirts, Neckties, Hats,
Unihrellas, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
NEW GOODS !
INDIA DIMITY IN
-IJ,,.-InViJJrTJi.nni- COLOKED-Jnst suitablo for thin climate.
lNOITED SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGUKED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
"-FOO CHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
Silltaliae and "Villa Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
EST Dressmaking Under tho Management of MISS K. CLARK.
PER HARK "0. D. BRYANT"
OF ALL STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN Till: LATEriT IWTTKHNH.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with tho I -at cut Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
FOR SALE UY
ED, H0FFSCHLAE6ER & CO,,
King Htreet, oppo. Cactlo A Cooke.
KT E5 2C T ! "
SHAYING, HAIR CU1TING & SHAMPOOING
- at Tin:
Queen Street Shaving Parlors
(Nuxt (loot to Morgan'i, miction room)
Figured Irish Lawns.
Dry Goods Store,
NEW GOODS !
EJHZLEIS &c OO.
& Smyrna Rugs
1 Fnrnihed House at Palatini near Re
formatory School $22 per Month.
1 Cottugo on Ueretania Street 25 por
1 Cottage on
Ueretania Street $20 per
1 Cottage on Ueretania Street,
3 StoroH on Nttuunu Street, near Uere
UulldiiiK Lots and 3 Fiuh Pouds on
me roau to WUIKIKI.
Houm) and Ixit
on Ueretania street near
Ixit 200 feet frontage and
1 IU teet 1 cuii.
Aleo, a Valuable Uloek of Brick Utilld
injj-j in the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Bale.
FOR J3ALE !
Stockholm Tar !
JU'coinincnileil specially by Commis
sioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight.
FOR SALE UY
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
DR. GEO. H. HUDDY,
... DEISTTIST ....
King utrcet above California
Umi'i: Jloum: Da. h. to6ia,
6Q cent a monli,
, v ijte-