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OAHD RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER 'JUNE 1, 1893.
To EVA MlLL.
Leave Tcnrl Olty.,
Arrivo Ewa Mill. .
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:13
Leavo Pearl City 0:55 11:15
Arrivo Honolulu 7:30 11:55
THE DAILY BDLLETIN.
FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1893.
Friday, June 2
Stmr James Makco from Kauai
Stmr 0 It Bishop from Hanamaulu
Stmr Kanla from Kahuku
Stmr W G Hall from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Waialcale from Lahaina
Fin day, June 2.
USB Boston for a cruise
Stmr Jas Makeo for Kapaa at 4 p m
Stmr Kaala for Waianae at 3 p m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bktno Irmgard, Schmidt, for San
Francisco at 10 a in
Stmr Lehua for Hakalau and Hononm at
Stmr Felo for Makaweli at i p in
Cargoes from Inland Forts.
Stmr James Makee-
2G00 bags sugar and 2
btmr U K liishou-
2005 bags sugar.
Stmr Kaala 20i3 bags sugar.
From Kahuku, per stmr Kaala, Juno 2
W O Lane.
Vessels in Fort.
"TJ S S Adams, Nelson, from San Francisco
H B M S Hyacinthe from Esquimalt
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco Am 4-mstd schr Transit, Jorgensen, from
Am brgtne W G Irwin, Johnson, from San
Am 4-masted schr Lyman D Fostor, Drceyr,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-m King Cyrus, from Newcastle, NSW
Br sh Greta. Garland, from Newcastle
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H B M S Royal Arthur from England
H B M S Temerairo from England
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, duo
Am schr W H Talbot, from Newcastle, duo
Bk Kate, Davenport, from Puget Sound,
Bktne Klikitat, from Puget Sound, due
Br bk Ladstock from Liverpool, due July
Bk Routenbeck from Newcastle, duo May
Bk Sharpshooter from Nowcastlo, due June
Bk Lamorna, fiom Newcastle, N S W,
Fr friuate Dtichoffault from San Francisco,
due May 15-20
Ger bk J C Pflugor, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk G N Wilcox from Liverpool, due
Ger bk Paul Isenbere from Liverpool, due
Sept 1-15 '
Tho weather was so rough at Hanama
nlu port, Kauai, that the steamer C. R.
Bishop was obliged to load with bugar at
the old landing.
The British bark Gainsborough, Captain
McPhail, left for San Francisco yesterday
afternoon with 11,504 bags sugar shipped
by T. H. Davies & Co. ; and 14,017 bags of
the same article, by O, Brewer & Co. a
total of 2G.121 bags, weighing 3,0i3,'JU
pounds, and valued at $97,932.80.
Mortuary Report for May.
5 I P . B
Under 1 . .
5 to 10 . .
10 to 20 . .
20 to 30 . .
30 to 40..
40 to 50 . ,
50 to (JO . .
GO to 70 .
Over 70 . ,
CAUSE OF DKATII.
Consumption .. 3
Cancer of Stomach 1
Diarrhea . . ..2
Hemorrhage. . . 1
COMPAIHTIVE MONTHLY MOIirAMTY,
May., lhtW .
May., 18111 .
Words ! 112 3 4 5 Outsldo
Deaths.. .. j II ; 8 12 7 7 j
Annual death rate per 1000 per iiioiith.20.B7
Hawaiians . 2(1,3(1
All others . B.67
0, II. ItKYMlMM,
Agent llouril of Health,
"yes," she said, "1 shall marry Ha
rold, for I kiiowhuIovt'Hine." "How?"
"Ho watched mo uhurpuu a poiiuil
And didn't laugh,"
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
A lady nnd gontloman require
board and lodging.
Tho sale of W. O. Achi's mortgag
od property is postponed until 17tu
Tho Hannmnuhi sugar plantation,
Kauai, will suspend grinding about
Frank Gortz was brought to tho
Polico Station yostoiday evening for
A Chinese opium owuor was sent
enced to pay a $."0 fino by Judge
Fostor this morning.
Tho latest time table of tho Canadian-Australian
appears in this issuo,
Tho minstrol onlortaiumont is
postponed for tho present, in eonso
quoneo of tho improbability of got
ting a fair house.
A native sailor on tho steamer
Polo had his liugor nipped by a sling
yesterday. Tho member was ampu
tated abovo tho joint.
Mrs. H. L. Draper, wifo of Liout.
Draper of the U. S, S. Boston, arriv
ed bj' tho S. S. Mouowni yesterday
to join her husbaud horo.
Mr. F. F. llastings loft yesterday
on the S. S. Alameda to take up tho
dutios of Secretary to tho Hawaiian
Legation at Washington.
Tho U. S. cruiser Boston anchored
off tho harbor yesterday afternoon
to recoivo her mail. This morning
tho cruiser loft for Knuai on a cruise.
Tho barkoutino Irmgard will leave
for San Francisco at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning Tho Irmgard
will in all likelihood mako a quick
"William Lucas, an experienced
horticulturist, is prepared to graft or
bud fruit trees, also exterminate
blight. His address may bo found
Tho valuable city property known
as the Booth Estato, will bo sold at
12 o'clock noon to-morrow, at Mor
gan's auction room, under foreclos
ure of mortgage.
Mr. J. Nawahi had a now Hag-polo
erected on his grounds at Falania
the other day. A number of other
patriotic Hawaiians aro having flag
poles put up on thoir premises.
Mr. T. Lindsay, tho joweller, has
just received some very pretty gold
badges of very noat design, repre
senting tho Hawaiian flag enamelled
in colors. They aro going off like
H. B. M. S. Hyacinth loft about 5
o'clock yesterday afternoon for Ta
hiti. Sue blew her syrou whistle as
sho speeded out tho harbor. Tho TJ.
S. cruiser Boston was anchored out
side at tho time.
A Portuguese, M. Cr. Pedro, was
arrested at noon lo-daj- on a charge
of assault and battery on a follow
countryman at Kalihi. Pedro says
ho objected to tho man's making
love to his sister.
The lunches to bo given by tho
ladies in aid of tho Masonic Tomplo
Building Fund will bogin on Mon
day at tho Arlington dining room.
Thoro will also bo a sale of fancy
articles. Seo advertisement.
Mr. L. A. Thurston has had print
ed a beautifully illustratod descrip
tion of tho volcano for distribution
at tho World's Fair. It gives in
formation of tho facilities of travel
to tho islands, and invitos Fair visit
ors to seo tho oyclorama of Kilauea.
The larjie American flag suspended
from tho top of tho Annexation
Club quarters and iho telegraph
polo opposite fell to tho ground to
day. The rope snapped right in two.
If it wasn't getting to be such a
chestnut, we'd say that kahunas were
Captains Juen and Schlommor
mado a raid on a house near tho
Halfway Houso, Nuuanu Valley, and
captured John Kichard with twolvo
bottles of gin, one gallon of whisky,
two dozen bottles of beer and a
bottle of wine. Richard has beon
charged with selling spirituous
liquors without a liconso.
Mr. F. B. McStockor, Deputy-Collector
of Customs, while on tho wit
ness stand in tho District Court this
morning, took out a cigar in an
absent-minded way, and commenced
pufling at it. Judge Foster called
JUr. iucfatockers attention to the
fact and told him to "please suspend
smoking while on tho stand," and
tho deputy collector did so.
Two notable prize winners ou tiio
Australian turf aro going to the
Coast on tho Alameda. Ono is
Strouiboli by Chester out of Etna,
winner of tho Hawkosbury Guineas,
Sydney Dorby anil Sydnoy Cup, also
second in many big events. Tho
other is devotion, full brother of
Chester, tho best siro in Australia.
They aro from tho stud of tho lato
Hon. James White, and aro being
taken to tho Coast for sale for bleed
ing purposes. Mr. C Bruoo Low,
who had charge of the horses, chose
for J. B. Haggin tho two horses
Darebin and Sir Modred, tho latter
of which is third on tho list of
All tho depart mental ollicos of tho
'Govormnont havo boon moved to
day into Jolani Palace. Tho Bureaus
of Education, Health, Immigration,
Registry, Forestry and Auditor
General remain at tho Government
Building. Mr. Geo. Ashley said tho
treasury vault wit's not going to bo
moved this afternoon.
Fifty fontH is n mnitll tloutor bill,
but ifml ia all il will i.st you to
uuro nny ordinary cuto ot rlii'uiua-
Usui if you uu Uhniuborlain's Tain
Halm. Try it and you will ho &ur -
urisidl at tho prompt roliof itnllbnln.
Tho finst npnlU'iiwon will quiot tho
50 font butting for Halo by all
doalorH, lkuisou, Smith & Co., at
lor lliu uawaiian laiunub.
NEW Y. M. O. A. SECRETARY.
Specially Trained for His Work and a
Following is the sondoff given by
(ho Montreal Witness to Mr. Corbott,
the now gonuml seorotnry of tho Ho
nolulu Y. M, 0. A. whoso appoint
ment was mentioned exclusively by
the Bulletin several days ago. A pic
ture of Mr. Corbott accompanies tho
leport, which shows u rather hand
some looking fellow:
It is with general regret Unit Mont
real Y. M. 0. A. religion.- workers
will learn that Mr. Corbott, tho well
known Assistant Secretary of tho
Montreal Association, has been chosen
by tho International Committeo on
Foreign Work to represent them in
Honolulu. All agree, howover, that
Iho solcction iB a good one, and excel
lent results ure looked for. Mr. Cor
bett was born in Lanarkshire, Scot
land, twenty-seven years ago. Ho
came to Montreal in January, 1884,
nnd was ongnged for Unco years with
the Canadian Pacific Railway. Ho
entered tho service of the Young
Men's Christian Association in tho
fall of 1887, and two years later ho
received leavo of absence to attend
tho Association Training School in
Springfield, Mass., where he graduat
ed in 1891 with honors. In tho sum
mer of 18'JO he was four months in
the Canadian North-West acting as
the first Provincial Secretary and or
ganized associations in Calgary, Re
gion, and other points. Ho returned
to the Montreal Association in 1891
prior to the opening of tho now build
ing and since then has had ehnrgo of
the junior department educational
classes, employment and extension
work, where his success has boon of a
maikcd character. His woik has
biought him to the front in junior
work not only in the city but through
out tho provinces and even beyond,
where he has read papers on that de
partment at provincial and intcr-
proviucial conventions. His last pa
per before leaving for his now field of
labor will be read before tho Inter
national Young Men's Christian Asso
ciation Convention which meets noxt
week in Indianapolis, on tho "Rela
tion of the Individual Association to
boys' work and what the work will
Mr Corbett is also well kuown in
Montreal football circles, where he is
iceognized as a splendid athlete, and
a Christian gentleman. For the past
nine ye.irs he has been an active
membo- of the Britannias.
He will occupy the position of Gene
ral Secretary of the Young Men's
Christian Association of Honolulu in
the Hawaiian Inlands and will have
full charge of the work there. He
leaves for his new field at the end of
the present month.
ENGINE CO. No. 1.
Several Changes Made in the Make
up of the Company.
Chief Engineor Frank Hustaco,
after investigation, has decided to
suspend four mombors of Engine Co.
No. 1. Tho Chiof has found out
that, tho men did not agree with one
another, and tho conviction that
thoir differences would greatly im
podo work at a fire influenced his
Wm. Keawo, foreman of Hook &
Ladder Co., has beon appointed
foreman of No. 1, and Gus Alorrisoy
is tho now driver. A now engineer
and stoker aro to bo appointed as
soon as Mr. Hustace can securo tho
right men. Tho Chiof Engineer has
dovotod his whole time during tho
few weeks past in building up tho
now tiro department, with the result
that each company, with tho excep
tion noted abovo, works systematic
ally and liko clockwork. Two now
horses have beon trained for Com
pany No. 1, tho other horses not be
ing quick enough for tho work.
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UNREST OF THE WICKED.
Flitting of tho Army from Barracks
Tho P. G. guards havo all remov
ed to tho Palaco from tho barracks.
Yesterday afternoon tho field pieces
wore takon over and posted around
tho building facing tho streets.
During tho early part of tho evening
mombors of tho guards wore soon
lj'ing down inside the fence watch
ing overy passor-by. This morniug
tho sanio thing was witnessed, with
tho addition that half-dressed men
were lolling about tho grounds un
der tho trees.
To many peoplo tho evacuation of
tho old barracks suggests tho words
of tho wise man, "Tho wicked lleo
when no man pursueth." Reports
aro current that tho old barracks,
which havo boon standing from time
immemorial, will be demolished.
This would bo an act of vandalism
without the shadow of justification,
Boat Club Committees Meet.
Tho Myrtlo and Hoalani boat club
committees mot at tho Hawaiiau
Hotel last night to sottlo the day
for tho coming race. Nothing was
decided. The Myrtles will row on
any day but September 2. Tho
Iloalanis were instructed to row on
that day, and had no authority to
change 'the date. Tho Myrtles want
tho race to eouio oil' tho latter end
of July. Tho mooting was "short,"
aud of that peculiar "sweotuess"
that suggests that tho noxt race will
bo a most interesting ono.
mi m mi
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
l.- famous as a
Cure for sovoro colds.
Famous as a
Provontivo of pnoumonia.
Famous as a
Provontivo and euro for croup.
Famous for tho reliof it aliords in
Famous in a safn aud pleasant
. .Mudk-ino for ohildron.
I Try it. &( cunt bottles for salo by
i Himimjii, Smith
1 Admits lor t no
"Why its a noinl I'luy ''Uo a muutnnl
l-luxUrf "Why?" "Uimatuo thoy
both draw woll uflor thoy'ro put ou."
Bight of Way Appoals -Changes
W. C. Parko petitions for his dis
charge as guardian of Antono
Manuel, a minor just come of ago.
J. A. Magoon and Mrs. Vivas havo
appealed from the decision against
them and in favor of tho Pauoa Chi
nese Comotory Association by Mrs.
Emma Nakuiua, Commissioner of
Private Ways and Water Kights for
Oahu. Tho decision ordered do
fondants to givo right of way to tho
Mrs. Julia Kalaukoa has also ap
pealed from tho doeisiou of tho
Commissioner, which gavo Keawo
tho right of way for wagons through
hor land. Tho right is restricted to
people who occupy lands formorPy
belonging to ono Waiaha.
Tho oil portraits of tho lato Chiof
Justicos Loo, Allen and Harris and
Associato Justice Robertson nro to
bo removed from tho Legislative
Hall and hung in tho upstairs court
room of Aliiolani Halo.
Possibly tho Law Library may
bo romovod to tho office vacated by
tho Attornoy-Gonoral's Dopartmont.
Tho Supromo Court will hold an
appellate session on tho 10th inst.
Boforo Judgo Cooper this daj.
E. A. Jones, assignoo of G. K. Nor
ton, vs. Eliza K. Norton. Potition
to caucol deed. W. It. Castle for
plaintiff; J. A. Magoon for defend
ant. In this case a motion by coun
sel for defendant to dismiss tho poti
tion was argued and submitted.
Boforo Judgo Whiting. In tho
matter of tho estate of Joseph Wai
nui Pii. Resignation of administra
trix, Koloka Pii, tho widow, and mo
tion to appoint a now administrator.
W. A. Kiunoy for tho widow; E.
Johnson for the heirs. W. A. Kinney
is appointed administrator under
bond of SSOO.
In the matter of tho ostato of Ke-
aliiahouui, oil tho application of
Junius Kaao to ro-opon tho case,
wherein an order was made admit
ting tho will to probate, tho de
murror and ploa of Mrs. A. A. Haa
lolea has beon ovor-ruled and tho
appeal dismissed. This will allow
Mr. Kaao to produce witnesses in
proof of allegations that the pro
bate of tho will was obtained by
fraud. Justice Bickorton, joined by
Dole according to stipulation filed,
rondered tho decision of the Court,
tho Chief Justico being disqualified
by reason of his having been coun
sel in earlier proceedings in said
THAT EXPLOSIVES FIND.
Marshal Hitchcock Has Clues Which
He is Not Ready to Divulgo.
Marshal Hitchcock was soon by a
Bulletin reporter this afternoon re
garding tho finding of certain dyna
mite sticks and a vial of fulminate
of mercury in tho roar of Dr. Me
Kibbin's residence on Wednesday
night. Tho Marshal stated that ho
did not wish to say anything at
present, as it was too early.
"Have you any clues as to tho
real ownership of tho explosives?"
asked tho reporter.
"Yes, I havo," replied tho Mar
shal, "but as I stated boforo, I don't
care about giving out anything at
One of the participants in the
movement of 18'J2 said to a repre
sentative of this paper that if tho
oxplosivos wore part of their stock
ho could quickly identify tho articles.
Mr. Wagner has called at this of
fice to ask that tho report in yester
day's issuo be corrected, whoroin it
named him as a detective aud
quoted R. W. Wilcox as saying ho
made dynamite sticks in 185)2. As
to tho first part there is no proof
that Mr. Wagner is a detective, and
as the title is obnoxious to him it is
withdrawn. Mr. Wagner is referred
to Mr. Wilcox on tho other matter.
It should bo added that Mr. Wag
ner denies being present when tho
sticks wore found, although he in
spected them later at the Station.
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A Newspaper Paragraph.
Although not a "London Reader,"
I am at "Times" a close "Observer"
of some of the periodicals that arc
issued, not only "Every Week," but
"All the Year Round,'' and I unhesi
tatingly say thai for "Hare Hits," for
"ciparo Moments," "Half Holidays,"
or "Luituri' Hours," there is no paper
printed in "lilack and While" on the
face of the "Globe" inure likely to
cause "Sunshine" in the hearts of the
"Little Folks" or "Tho People" of this
to-called "Christian World" than the
Bulletin. An an all-round paper, it is,
according to my "Standard," the
"Leader" of them all, and there are
many who will "Echo" myseutimeuls
when I say that it ought to be appre
ciated by "Modern Society," for there
are"Scraps" for''Funny Folks" us well
us more t-oriuns reading for those who
wish to become conversant with the
"Great Thoughts" of those who have
been "Stars" in tho literary firma
ment, and whoho "Graphic" descrip
tion of tho subjects they discusB is a
convincing proof of the "Truth" of
their intention, viz., the "Kxpress"
purpotiu of benefiting tho "Million."
Stick to your Hui.LuriN; you will al
ways find a "Budget" of interesting
reading there; and if you think I am
not a truthful "Advisor," und theio
fore not a icl, iblo "Witness," "Piek-Mi'-Up,"
if you cm, my "Chums,"
and caII it "Fun," ye "lloys of Eng
land," "Chips" of tho old block "John
Aro you insurod? If not, now is
tho Unit) to provido yotirsolf and
family with a hottlo of Ghambor
lniu'H Colic, Cliolora and Diarrho'a
Jtomody an an insiiranco against any
HorioiiH rosulls from an attack of
bowol complaint during tho mtmmor
months, it is almoHt cortain to ho
uoodod and should bo procured at
onuo. No other roiuody can talto its
placo or do its work. 'Jo and f0
font bolt loa for salo by all doalorn.
JSonson, Smith & Co., agouttj for tho
An hor 'But why do you ohart,'o
mo inoro for printing thin timo than
IINUulf" I'llllliflUII- "lifCllllfO tho
unmpnidtorri wcro ciiibtuutly falling
ttnluup over yuur uuvul,"
Tho Dry Dock at Tacoma.
Sinco tho Navy Dopartmont dis
covorod that repairs to war vessels
could bo mado on Pugot Sound, tho
Bohriug Soa fleet have beon ordorod
to rondozvous at Port Townsond for
final orders, and thoso requiring re
pairs and eloauing havo availed
thomsolvos of tho dry dock at Ta
coma. Tho U. S. steamer Hanger came off
tho dock, and her placo will be taken
by tho U. S. steamer Mohicau, which
recontly ai rived at Port Townsond
from Honolulu, where sho touched
a roof; an examination of hor bot
tom will bo nccossary. Somo time
ago tho British war steamer Hya
cinth camo over from Japan to go
into the dry dock at Esquimalt, but,
finding that dock occupied, was
takon out by t ho Tacoma dock. This
compauj' is prepared to do any kind
of work to iron or woodun vossols.
Rich Red Blood
Rosults from taking Hood's
Sir. Chas. WalJcer
01 Saa Francisco.
"For several years I havo been troubled with
blotches and pimples on my face and body,
which wero very nnnoylng. 1 tried several pre
scriptions, and also other medicines, but they
Hood's kk Cores
did not seem to brnclltmo. Last fall a friend
advised mo to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. 1 was
determined to glo It
A Thorough Trial.
After using two bottles, my skin returned to its
natural state. I still use It, as it dves ma
strength and ylpor. I never had better health
In mv life, and 1 one It lo taklnir Hood's Sarsa
parilla." Chah. Walkeh, with Carvlll Mfg.
48 Eighth Struct, San Francisco.
Hood's Pills aro the best after-dinner
Fills, assist digestion, cure headache. 20c.
-N ACCOUNT OP DLTARTUKE MR.
KJ N. B. Bachs requests that all accounts
bo paid before the 15th of this
Honolulu, June 1, 1S93,
TO FBUIT GROWERS !
OT ALL POMOLOG1STS ARE
aware that all colors, shapes and
forms can be put on the name stock. l'or
instance, all kinds of Citrus will flourish
on tho Orange Stoek, o. g., Lemons, Limes,
Oranges, Shaddocks, etc. The undersigned
is prepared to perform Grafting, Budding,
etc., on nil kinds of Fruit and other Irees.
Blight eradicated in sixty hours, not ex
ternally, but internally, and for a few
cents only. Address
743-2W 1JULI.KTIN OIHCC.
Hawaiian Flag Badges
SCARF AND BREASTPINS.
lie ouick and net ono before thev
are all bold only a few left at
Mclnerny Block, Fort street.
Steamship -:- Line
For Vancouver, B. C:
...Ahb. 1, 1S93
....Aur. 31, 181)3
. . .Oct. !, 18113
. Dee. 2, 1893
, . Jan. 1, 1891
AND MONTHLY THEREAFTER.
For Sydney & Brisbane
From Vancouver, B. C. :
B. S. "MIOWERA" ..
8. 8. "WAHKIMOO"
8. 8. "MIOWERA" .
8. S. "WAHKIMOO"
8. 8. "MIOWERA" ..
8. 8. "WAHKIMOO"
8. 8. "MIOWERA"
8. B. "WAHKIMOO"
. JuueL'2, 1893
Aug. i!.', 1M13
.Seiit. U'J, 18'IJ
Out. 'il. 1893
Dee. 22, 1893
. Jan. 22. 1891
AND MONTHLY THEKEAl'TEK.
Passenger and Freight Rates
TO VANCOUVER, B. ('.,
Are the Same as to San Francisco, Cal.
Through Tickets to Ail Points In Canada
and the United States per Cana
dian Pacific Railway,
For Fruight or Piibnagu apply to
THEO, H. DAVIES & CO.,
7UHU Uenetul Atms.
N. S. SACHS
Bao Fort Street, Honolulu,
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I Latest Designs!
Cotton Pongee I Cotton Chaillel
Light and Dark Ground KHccta Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Blue, Cardinal and lilack;
FINE FIGURF.D MUSLINS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Brocaded it Plain Chamhrics,
Fidcr-down in Pink, Cream nnd Ilaby
Polka Dot Jluelins,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF-
In FlaidB, OlieoltB and Stripes.
Come and seo the White Goods wo
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
DRY GOODS STORE
TRUNKS . AND .'. VALISES,
Gentlemen's Underwear, Sashes,
Crepe Shirts, Neckties, Hats,
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc., Etc.
The Popular SUr
NEW GOODS !
b. :f BHLEHS Sz go.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GKEAT VAK1KTY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COI.OKKD-Juit suitable for this elimate.
KNOTTED SWISS-A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
FOO CHOO PONOEE-QHEAT NOVELTIES '
SlUtaline and Villa, Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
CW Dressmaking Under the Management of HISS K. CLARK. J3
PER BARK "0. D. BRYANT"
OF ALL STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN T1IK IATKHT I'ATTKItNH.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with tho Latent Improvements.
ALSO ON HAND
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
FOR SALE BY
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
King street, opiio. Castle A- Cooke.
" IN" HI 2C T !
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING
Queen Street Shaving Parlors
(Ntu t door to .Morgan's auction room)
Figured Irish Lawns.
aro selling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for $1.
JL e JTo
erman Dry Goods Store,
STREET " 7 5
NEW GOODS !
1 Furnished Houso at 1'alaina near Re
formatory School i'Jrl per Month.
1 Cottage on Beretania Street $25 per
1 Cottage on Beretania Street X) ier
1 Cottage on Beretania Street, opposite
3 Stores on Nuuanu Street, near Bere
Fish Ponds on
the road to Wniklkl.
Hoime and I.ot on Beretania street near
Pensacola. l)t L"00 feot lrontage and
140 feet deep.
Also, a Valuable Block of Brick Build
Ingi in tho heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Salo.
FOR SALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Recommended socially by Commis
sioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight
FOR SALE BY
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
DR. GEO. H. HUDDY,
.... DEnsPTIST ....
Orrii'K: King utreet ubove Callforniu
CW-orm'EllouRH: 0 a.m. to Or. u.
50 otnti a wonfA,