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PROM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1803.
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Honolulu time, which Is tho saino us 12h. Oin.
0s. of Ureonwlch time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
. WEDNESDAY, MAY 31, 1893.
Wednesday, May 31.
S S Alameda, Morso, from the Colonies
Am bktne Discovery, JloNoill, 10K dnys
from San Francisco
Stnir Waialeale from Lnhainn and Hnnia-
Stmr Jamo Makee from Kauai
Tuesday, May 30.
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, for San
Wednesday, May 31.
Stmr Wnialealo for Lahaina and Hamakua
Stmr Jas Makeo for Kapaa at J a m
Schr Mahimahi for Waianao
Schr Ka Moi for Koholalelo
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
S S Alameda, Morso, for San Franciteo at
a in i
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Jas Makeo 2550 bags sugar, 50 bags
rice and 0 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Waialeale 3248 bags sugar.
From Hamakua, per stmr Waialeale,
May 30 J Marsden and F A Sehaefer.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
May 30 H Deacon, J Waibel and others.
For Maui, per stmr Claudine, May 30
J W Kalua, Capt C Dudoit, and 30 on deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala. May 30
A L Johnson, H W T Purvis, C H Bishop,
J A Palmer, J Buckley, W A Boyd, 3 A
Campbell, Mrs Boswell and daughter,
Chun Hoy, 4 Japanese and 30 on deck.
The barkentines Planter, S. Q. Wilder
and W. H. Dirnond had not finished dis
charging when the barkentino Discovery
loft San Francisco.
British. Benevolent Society.
At tho annual meeting of tho
above society hold yesterday even
ing in tho Y. AT. C. A. hall, tho fol
lowing officers wero oloctod to servo
for tho ensuing year, viz.:
Major J. H. Wodohouse, Presi
dent; v Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, Vico-Prosi-dent;
W. C. Sproull, Treasuror;
W. H. Baird, Secretary;
Robert Catton, D. M. Crowley,
Thomas R. Lucas, Robert More,
Wm. Roe, and Alox. Young, Relief
From tho Treasurer's Roport it is
learned that tho Society has at pres
ent over $300 in hand. Thoro aro
seven aged pensioners on tho rogular
roliof roll, besides ono caso in tho
Hawaiian National Band.
Following is tho program for tho
coucert at tho Hawaiian Hotel at
8:15 o'clook this ovoning, by tho Ha
waiian JNational Jianu:
Mnrch Kaiulanl Uhornio
Air The Pirate Bellini
Muzuaka Hawaiian National Baud,
by request I.llmrnlo
Selection Norma Bellini
Three Hawaiian Songs,
Saxophone Solo Queen Llliuokulaui
Waltz Vision of u Beautiful Woman..
Polka Through tho Air, Piccolo Solo
Qalop Akrohntcu Zikolf
Tho promptness and cortaint3' of
its cures have made Chamberlain's
Cough Komody famous. It is in
tonded osiiociafly for coughs, colds,
croup and whooping coughs, aud is
tho most olfeutual remedy known for
those diseases. Mr. U. B. .Main, of
Union Oit3', Pa., Hays: "J havo a groat
Balu on (Jhaiuborlain's Cough Jteiue
dy. 1 warrant every bottlo and havo
never hoard of one' failing to give
entire satisfaction." F() cunt bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawai
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Thoro is a mooting of tho Board
of Hoalth this nftomoou.
To-tln' boing pay day for Govorn
niont employees, thoy aro fooling all
Somo of tho graves nl Nuuanu
comolory woro buautifully decorated
Tho P. G. band serenaded Admi
ral Skorrott at his rosidoneo yostor
Tho Hawaiian Nntionat 13and will
givo a coinpliniontary concert at tho
llotol this ovoning.
Tho regular monthly businoss
meeting of tho Y. M. C. A. will bo
hold to-morrow ovoning at 7:30.
To-morrow tho S. S. Miowora,
pioueor of tho Canadian Pacific Hue,
will bo duo from Sydney for Van
couver. Tho roport of tho Uoyal Coroan
Band on tho fourth page should bo
credited to tho San Francisco Ex-
Tliroo to four thousand bags of
sturar woro diuiiairod ou tho Ameri
can ship J. C. Potior on her passage
to San Francisco.
Hollistor ii Co. invito attention to
thoir now arrivals in tho cigar lino.
Thoy carry "n full stock of tho
choicest brands of Manilas.
Mr. Jos. Tinker was seutoncod to
pay a fine of 1 in tho District Court
this morning, for slaughtering a calf
insido tho citylimits.
Loo Sing appealed on a decision
of Magistrate Foster sentencing him
to pay a lino of 10 for assault and
battery, in tho District Court to-day.
Tho trial of A. W. Walker, charged
with tho theft of tho Station opium
will como up in tho District Court
to-morrow. Walker is out on bail.
Tho steamer .Tames Makeo arrived
tins morning witn zo.iu Dags sugar,
aud will loavo again this evening for
Kapaa, whoro there aro 8000 bags
sugar awaiting shipment.
Mrs. Pendleton, wife of Captain
Pendleton of tho bark Amy Tumor,
was a passongor bj' the barkentino S.
N. Castlo yesterday. Mrs. Pendle
ton wont in company with Mrs.
Sealed tendors will bo
rccoivod at I
tho ofiico of tho Board of Education
until Juno 21st for tho erection of a
schoolhouso at Kilauea, Kauai. Par
ticulars cau bo found in tho By
Threo fino specimens of Porto Rico
pineapples are on exhibition in tho
Hawaiian News Co.'s store. Thoy
wero imported by Dr. Trousseau anil
grown at Nuuanu valky, above tho
lidectrie Liight station.
Mr. Geo. W. Burgess, who has
boon book-keeper at Benson, Smith
& Co.'s drugstoro for live years, is
going away on tho Alameda, to take
a four years' course in Coopor Medi
cal College, San Francisco.
Mr. Corbott, who has for six years
been assistant secretary of tho Mon
treal Y. M. C. A., has accepted tho
office of general secretary to tho
Honolulu Y. M. C. A. Ho will arrive
here by tho Australia on Juno 1-lth.
Honolulu Cricket Club have prac
tice Tuesda3' and Thursday aftor
noons at 5 o'clock. A hollow in tho
middle of tho grounds has been fill
ed up with thirty loads of earth, and
tho grass is coming up linolj over
A blank petition directed tO K. W.
K., Princevillo Plantation, Kauai,
will bo despatched this evening.
From very good authority it is learn
ed that it was prepared by tho re
porter of Oregonian fame, and is
after Sheriff Devorill's scalp.
Should tho Alameda arrivo in time
and Griffo, feather weight, aud Jim
Barron, light weight, bo on board,
thero will bo an exhibition in ono of
tho halls at 8 o'clock. As thoy aro
both famous boxers connoisseurs ex
pect tho finest display of skill given
hero for some time.
Ah Hook, another swipes dealer,
was taken in by Roundsman Kaapa
last night. Ah Hook keeps a res
taurant adjoining the Eureka Houso
on Mauuakea street, and sold his
swipes at ton cents a bottlo. Native
dealers sell tho stuir at two bottles
for a quarter, aud tho Japanese ono
bottlo for five conts.
Mr. Thos. Dowdell, first officer of
tho Alameda, who has been confined
to tho Queen's Hospital for many
mouths from terrible injuries sus
tained on a voyage from tho Colonies,
goes homo by that steamer. His
pationco under extreme aud pro
longed sufl'oriifg lias been heroic and
.the admiration of all observers.
Fifteon Chinese passengers by tho
S. S. Gaelic woro sent on to San
Francisco. Thoir permits woro"io
joctod as not agreeing with those
who presented them. Thoro was
some trouble also over (ho papers of
Young Nil)), tho well-known cigar
dealer of King street, who in times
past had a good deal to do with the
papers of others hero. Tho matter
was settled and Young Nap is in
quarantine with the oilier Chinoo.
P. G. VS. McQBEW.
Hearing of tho Star's Libel
Tho criminal libel suit against Dr.
il. S. McOrow, edilor-iu-chiof of tho
Star, preferred by Mr. 12. Norrie,
was hoard in tho District Court at
:;i() o'clock this afternoon. A. S,
Hart well argued at length for tho
defeiiM), to show that it was a frivo
lous proceeding according to sound
A. I', I'elernon appeared for tho
prosecution. During his argument
ho stated that it was just as highly
creditable to bo a haugur-on of tho
llolomua as of tho .Star.
.Magistrate I'oMor roMirviul judg
ment until il;!U) o'clock .Saturday
Tho highest praihu has boon won
by Jlood'n l'illri for thoir easy, yet
oilhiioiit action. Sold by all drug
giots. Price 25 conts.
HELP THE STRANGER
Last Year's Work of the Ladies'
Stranger's Friend Society,
Report of tho Secretary at the Annual
Social of the Ladies.
In former years tho annual moot
ing of tho Ladios' Stranger's Friond
Society, followed by a social whoro
friouds of tho organization woro en
tertained, was an ovont always anti
cipated with groat intorost. This
year from unavoidable causes thoro
was an intorval of nearly four weeks
between tho meeting and the social.
Thoro was a largo and pleasant
gathering at tho social, hold last
night at tho Waikiki rosidoneo of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lowers. Moin
bors and guests wero treated to an
elegant spread of refreshments, and
tho following musical program was
Violoncello Solo "Simple A veil"
Dr. Cordeiro, accompanied by Miss
Song "A Winter Lullaby"
MKs von Holt.
Instrumental Quartet "Danse Espagnolo"
lit. JJay, air. .Marques, air. u.
Song and Obligato "Spring Flowers".
Mrs. J. F. Brown and Dr. Day.
Tho following roport from tho
Secretary was road, giving a com
plete summary of the year's work:
ncCOUD OP THE YEAR.
Tho annual businoss mooting of
this Society was hold May -1th, and
itemized reports given of tho work
done during tho year.
On record for tho yoar tho society
has supported olovon cases in tho
Queen's Hospital; by wholo or partial
support with food, clothing and by
paymont of house rents, aided sovon
teen families, and seven individuals,
and eight individuals leaving those
shoros havo had thoir passages whol
ly or partially paid, the disburse
ments for these cases mentioned,
amounting to nearly one thousand
Visiting committees appointed
havo clone faithful work, weekly
visits having been made upon bene
ficiaries of tho society, theso aro of
every class, religious belief and na
tionality. On record for tho yoar
those assisted by tho society have
been tho people of twelvo aud more
nationalities. It will be remembered
somo two years ago the Hon. C. R.
Bishop presented tho sum of live
thousand dollars, for tho purpose of
porpot uatiug to tho use of this, so
ciety, a bed in tho Queen's Hospital,
and as tho society has always some
patient in tho- Hospital, there has
boon tho saving of tho regular rate
for a patient of 75 conts per day,
amounting yearly, in a deduction
from tho society's bills, of two hun
dred and sovonty-throo dollars. In
addition to this bod, through tho
kindness of Mrs. T. R. Foster, this
society has boon favored with tho
occasional uso whou vacant of tho
Foster bed which is also endowed,
making a still further reduction in
To Dr. Da3 tho Society is indebt
ed for kind assistance rendered, in
gratuitous attention to sick bouo
liciaries outside of the Hospital.
Other ph3'sicians havo kindl3' offered
assistance, and stand ready to help
along tho work. Also during tho
year gonorous donations havo boon
received: From Mr. T. H. Davios,
$250; from Mr. Francis Ga3', $80;
from Mrs. Rico aud Mrs. C. M.
Cooke, $50; another donation later
from Mrs. C. M. Cooke of $25; from
tho captain and officers of tho Mari
posa, $11; from Mr. Aubrey Robin
son, $25; from Mrs. Knudson, $20;
from Mrs. H. Robinson, $10; also a
uunlbor of smaller donations.
Thus with tho over increasing and
constant demand for aid, conies lib
eral support from numerous sources,
which this society most gratefully
acknowledges, feeling always encour
aged to go forward in tho great
Officers, all ro-olected for tho on
suing 3-ear, aro as follows:
President, Mrs. W. F. Allen.
1st Vice-President, Mrs. A. Mack
intosh. 2d Vice-President, Mrs. T. Hobron.
Seeretar3', Mrs. S. M. Damon.
Treasurer, Mrs. E. W. Jordan.
Directress, Mrs. M. Dowsott.
Auditor, Mr. J. T. Watorhouso.
Arrest of an Editor.
Dr. J. S. McGrow, oditor-in-chiof
of tho Star, was arrested vostorday
evening on a charge of libel, pre
ferred 1)3' Mr. Norrio, Tho Star had
an item ou Monday slating that
Norrio was struck with a spittoon in
a saloon row on Saturday night.
Norrio wasn't thoro at all, as ho
I doesn't drink, Dr. McGrow was
takon away from a dinner part' at
his residence on a warrant, aud got
back to his friends ou furnishing
bail. Thus matters woro evened up
between tho annexationists and their
.. ji 1 1 ;i i . i. r
opponents in tho press war, tho
former having selected Editor
Bush's sacred dny for having him
tlragged to tho Station.
Whilo .Mr. T. J. Hiuhuy, of Altonn,
.Io., wan trnvuliuir in Kaunas ho va
takuu violuutly ill with uholora mor
liiih, Ifo willed at a drug hloro to
got homo iiiodioino and tho druggist
rot'ouiuiomli'd Chainhurlaiii's C'olio,
(Jholora and Diarrhiua lioinody ho
highly Iio oouoludod to try it. Tho
result was iuiiuodiato roliof, and a
fow dobits ourod him I'oinjtlotoly.
It is uiado for howol complaint aud
nothing olbo. It uovor fails. For
halo by all doalors, lSoiihon, Smith &
Co., AgunU fur tho lluwuiiuu lulaudu.
STORY TOLD BY SAILORS.
Shipwrecked Boat's Crow Rofusod
Succor by a Vessel Thoy Hailed.
Five sailors,' including tho second
mato of tho bark Amj'Tiirnor, which
rocontly nrrivpd from Now York,
toll a story of a boatload of ship
wrecked sailors having boon scon by
thorn on tho passage Tho Amy
Tumor was tliroo da3-s out from Now
York on Fobruao 3d, and was in
tho Gulf slroam off Capo Hattoras,
when thoy sighted a Norwegian bark
flying signals of distress aim making
toward thorn. Captain Pondloton of
tho Amy Tumor" backed his sails
aud hovo to, and soon a boatload of
mon was booh pulling toward him
from tho distressed bark. When
within ton yards of tho vessel tho
captain of tho distrossod bark, who
was in chargo of tho boat, sang out
to bo taken on board. Thoir vessel
was waterlogged and thoy had do
cidod to abandon hor. Tho mon had
worked at tho pumps, but it was no
use, as tho water had gained rapidly
In auswor to tho captain's appeal
Captain Pondloton is reported to
have replied that ho was not taking
any lumber. B3 a rough calculation
tho boat must havo boon about COO
miles from land. Thoro woro olovon
mon in tho boat eight mon bosidos
tho captain and officers. Thoro was
a nasty sea running at the timo, aud
only a few minutes elapsed boforo
thoy woro lost to sight of tho Amy
Tho foregoing was gleaned from
tho crow separately, so that the ro
port has somo basis of credibility.
Three of tho men Ernost Carr, Jas.
MacDonald and Ernest Craw wero
locked up last night as deserters, al
though one of tli o in states that ho
had no idea of desorting, as all his
clothes aro on board.
Captain Pondloton was soon by a
Bulletin reporter this morning, as
to his sido of tho stoty. Tho captain
admitted that ho sighted tho bark
mentioned, aud confirmed tho roport
that ho had refused to take tho crow
ou board his vessol. His reason was
that the bark was in just as good a
condition as his own vessel, and
could sail a great deal faster.
"Tho captain of tho Norwogiau
bark only wanted to abandon his
vossol and secure the underwriters'
insurauco," said the captain. "Tho
vossol was right in tho track of
steamers and supposing ono canio
along, full of passengers, and ran
into it, tho result would bo disas
trous. Why, tho inorning after wo
loft thorn wo sighted a steamer
steoring in that direction. So if
thoro is any real danger at all, tho
steamer is liablo to pick thorn up.
But as far as I could see tho vossol
was in just as good a condition as
mine. Another thing, if wo picked
up tho crow, wo would havo to bring
them right on to Honolulu, aud, bo-
ing only threo days out, that would
bo a long timo to feed perhaps ton
to fifteen pooplo. If wo should hap
pen to doviato from our courso aud
land thorn at a nearer port, I would
loso 1113' insurance, as a vossol cannot
doviato from hor courso unless sho
moots with an accident, tho break
ing, of a mast, or something of that
The bark was lunibor-ladon, and
no .inquiries woro made as to what
her name was, or what port she was
FUNERAL OF J. S. WALKEE,
Great Concourse to Fay tho Last
Tributes of Respect.
Thoro was a great concourse of
pooplo at the funeral of tho lato
Hon. J. S. Walkor 3-estertla3', not
withstanding unpropitions weather
and tho exorcises of Memorial Da3
It is estimated that about a hundred
carriages wont to tho residence,
which is only a fow rods from Nuu
anu vomotory whoro interment took
place. Conspicuous in tho gather
ing was a largo number of promi
nent Chinese, and a gi oat crowd of
natives congregated at tho houso
and tho place of burial. Most of tho
diplomatic and consular corps woro
prosont. Mr. Thomas Lindsay, Chief
of tho Scottish Thistle Club, repre
sented that body in doing honor to
its departed Honorary Chieftain.
There was no representative of tho
Government in attendance, a fact
that has occasioned much comment,
seeing tho prominent place tho do
ceased hold in tho councils of tho
Uov. Alox. Mackintosh conducted
tho services in tho ritual of tho An
glican Church. Thoro was beautiful
singing by a choir in which tho An
glican, Catholic aud Congregational
churches woro represented, viz.: Mrs.
Johu II. Taty, Mrs. .1. F. Bowler,
Miss von Holt, Mr. John T. Water
house, Jr., aud Mr. Walter Haysol
dou, with Prof. Oscar Horold as
Most of tho pall-boarors woro col-
loaguos of Mr. Walkor in tho Privy
Council of State, and several woro
Ministers in his incumbency of the
presidency of tho Logislaturo, tho
list boing as follows: Messrs. E. C.
Macfarlano, Samuel Parker, J. O.
Carter, John F. Bowlor, Ohns. T.
Gulick, F. II. Haysoldon, W. M. Gif
fard and W. H. Cornwoll.
Contributions of llornl emblems
aud tokens wero given in groat pro
fusion. After tho church services
at tho grave, Lodge lo Progres of
Free Masons, assisted by members
of Hawaiian Lodge, performed tho
! Ik-autiful music was nlaved
last rues oi tuo mystic jraioruuy.
i , . .. .. . . . . . .
llnwaiiau National iiauU at tho
Iioiibu and tliu comotory.
NOTICE IS HKItEII
e,!voii Unit tln folio
ing dewribed Animals will
be Mild ut I'ulilio Auction,
i on HAT mtllAY. June 17.
i lMi'l, ut 1-' ii'clnck noon, ut tliu liovenimeiit
round ut jmiikiki:
I Hay Horcu lir.indud "lAV" on rl;lit
I Ouiy Mure, leus all shod, branded
"EM" mi left hind leu.
1 Heifer branded "h on right hind let;.
IW Owners of lliu u bo ve Anliiiuls liuiiit
tund in tlielr ululuu within 11! dityn, ulhcr
Uu t hoy will hu sold ou the datu above
, named. 1). KAOAO,
i (loviiniiu'iit l'uundtuublur.
1 Honolulu, Muy W, IbJJ. 7U-'.H
And Catarrh In tho Hoad
ZIr. W. L. Tucker
"I feel that It Is Impossible for mo to lay too
much in favor o( Hood's Sarenparltla. I was
a great sufferer from Impure blood and Catarrh
In my head. Job's comforters failed to comfort
me, and I sulforod fiom numerous boil
Agony Boyond Description.
When I began to tako Hood Sarsaparllla I had
six of thorn, only four of which came to a head,
and since then, thanks to this good medicine, I
havo been free from this groat affliction. I
f;atncd 11 pounds hi thrco weeks. The Catarrh
n my head which has troubled mo for vcars has
also bocn cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla and I
Hood's k Cures
am enjoying good general hoalth. I earnestly
recommend Hood's surjaparllla to all who aro
HOOD'S PiLLS cuio all Liver Ills, Bilious
ness, Jaundice, Indigestion, Sick Headache.
Tho undersigned aro prepared to give in
tending Tourists the advantage of a
Special Rood Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Chicago f Return
CONNECTION WITH THE STEAM
ERS OF THE
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of San Franoieco
UNION STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of New Zealand,
Further particulars may bo
Win. 8. IRWIN (I CO.
To IiOt or Iionso.
HOUSE OF FIVE
rooinu, on .MiiL'azino
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent N . C. cte. Commands
ono of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
"cottage to let.
A COTTAGE TO LET ON
near Queen's Hospital; Six
Rooms. Hunt $18. Annlv
to I.. ADLEH,
111 Niiunmi st., Hoot it Shoe store.
ONE 1H.O0K FHOM IlE
rctaiiln street curs, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tii;o of Klx Hooms, Ijii'ko
Lot. btulilo mill Chicken House.
E. K. HENDUY.
at Hawaiian Hardwiiru Co.'s store.
TO LET OH LEASE
rpHE COTTAGE AT NO.
X ii'iS Kliij! street, lately
... ... ....... I...1.1.. mrr"' ta.
occupied by Mr. M.S. Ixivy.
...... ...It. l.w.'l It.. ,1-... ...... H..V
i uiiii.iiiiiiii ..ii.i.'wni;', ... i- -fc3Wh.
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Stable In yard; Artesian Water luid ou.
For particulars and terms, apply to
im-tf ut E. O. Hull fi Suns'.
rpHE TWO 1MKCKH OF
X l'riipcrty with tliu
lluildlngs thereon, ltuiitoil
ou Klin: street, mid at pre
sent nccuiilcd bv Mosam. ri
J. Downey, both being opposite the resi
lience oi j, it. .iiiierion: eacu oi iiiei-u pre
inlhoi are bringing in mi iiiiimal rental of
$:tri, and a lluu opportunity is hereby
oll'eri'd iiuyouu who is desirous of owning
a nice comfortable home in a good lout.
Ill) wlllilu u fow minute' uulk of our
town, Fur terms apply to
WJ-U JU1IN F. OOLllUltN,
Now ein and
N. S. SACHS
104 inort Street, Honolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee I Cotton Chaillel
Light nnd Dark Ground EITccta I'rctty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON" GRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Bluo, Cardinal nnd Blnck;
FINE FIGURED MUSLINS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Brocaded & l'lain Chnmbrlcs,
Eider-down in 1'ink, Cream and Baby
Polka Dot Muslins,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
In Plaids, Oheoks and. Stripes.
Come and sco tho White Goods wo aro selling nt 7, 0 and 5 yards for $1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
AN ALLEOUND CHANGE!
COMMISSIONER BLOUNT, Minister to Hawaii.
THURSTON, Minister at Washington.
WILDER, Consul at San Francisco.
As I like to keen abreast of the times, MY STORE,
in the future will
DRY GOODS STORE
TRUNKS .'. AND .'. VALISES,
Gentlemen's Underwear, Sashes,
Crepe Shirts, Neckties, Hats,
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
The Popular Kerman Dry Goods Store,
75FORT STREET' 7 5
NEW GOODS !
IB. IE1.. IEEBZIjIEIES & CO.
88 FORT STK,E3B3T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GKEAT VAUIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE nnd COLORED-Just suitable for this cdimate.
KNOTTED SW1SS-A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
FOO CHOO FONGEE-GKEAT NOVEIriP:8
Silltalino and Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
VB Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. &J
PER HAHK "C. I). 1JKYANT"
OF ALL STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN Till: LATEST I'ATTERSS.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with tliu Latest Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
OMratd Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
FOR HALE 11Y
ED, H0FFSCHLAE6ER & CO,,
King street, opjio. Castle A' Cooke.
" 1ST E 321 T !
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING
Queen Street Shaving Parlors
(Noatdoor to Morgan's uuctlon room)
Figured Irish Lawna.
be known as the
NEW GOODS !
1 Furnished House at I'alama near Re
formatory School f- per Month.
1 Cottage on lleretania Street $25 per
1 Cottage on lleretania Street $'J0 per
I Cottage on lleretania Street, opposite
II Stores on Nuuanu Street, near llere
11 Ilulldlng Lots and 8 Fiih Ponds on
tho road to Wuikikl.
HoiiMi and Ix)t on lleretania street near
l'eiifcacola. l,ot ?00 feet f rontago and
1 10 feet deep.
Also, a Vuluable Hlook of Brick Ruild-
ingi in the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Bale.
FOR jSALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Recommended specially by Commis
sioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight.
VbK SALE IIY-T
DAVIES & CO.
DR. GEO. H. HUDDY,
... DBHSTTIST ....
King street above Callforuia
Orrii'K Hour! II a. u. toS j u.
I Aiiy Jhdletin,
i dilivrtd r,
60 ctntt a month.
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