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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1893.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
La grippo hns a stronc bold on
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To Ewa Mu.i
n. R. A. D.
a.m. p.m. r.M. r.M.
Lcavo Honolulu 8:45 1:45 4:33 6:10
Leave Pearl City i):80 2:30 5:10 5:5(1
Arrlvo Ewa Mill 0:57 2:57 5:30 0:22
O. D. II. A.
A.M. A.M. l'.M. P.M.
Leave Ewft Mill 0:21 10:43 3:13 5:12
Lcavo Pearl City 0:55 11:15 4:15 0:10
Arrlvo Honolulu 7:30 11:63 4:55 0:45
A. Saturdays only.
C. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excoptcd.
THE DAILY BPLLBTlf
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1893.
Wkdxkhday, June 7.
USS Boston, Day ..from a cruise
Stmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii
Btmr James Makce from Kauai
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Wednesday, June 7.
Am bit Albert, Winding, for San Fran
cisco Am hrgtnp "W G Irwin, Johnson, for San
Stmr Jas Makee forlCnpaa at 4 p m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, for San
Stmr J-A Cummin for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Jos Makco 2500 bapjs sugar, 100 bags
rice and 10 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Kinau 10.2U0 bags sugar, 112 sheep,
12 bbls poi, 63 bags corn, 220 bags pota
toes, 53 bdls hides and 1&0 pkgs sundries.
Mr. W. O. BarnhnrcU is tho
ongincor of Enyino Co. No. 1.
Diamond Head, 5) p. mi Wonthor,
cloudy; wind, high northeast.
Tho S. S. City of Peking has not
boon sighted as tho Bulletin goes
Thorn aro manv aspirants for tho
clerkship in tho Education ofllco
vncatod by Major Potter.
Bishop Willis's pamphlet on tho
Anglican Cathedral aQair is on salo
nt tho Hawaiian Nows Co.'s store.
Tho U. S. cruiser Boston anchor
ed in tho naval row at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon. She returned from
a practico cniiho.
Captain Duncan will not go as
mato on tho missionary packet
Morning Star this trip. Mr. Koss
will tako his place.
T. Lindsay sold off his stock of
Hawaiian flag badges (500) withiu
twontj'-four hours aftor samo woro
advertised for salo in tho Bulletin.
ANOTHER GOOD DAY.
Happy Conclusion of a Year's Faith
ful Work in tho Institution.
Tho Kawaiahno Seminary closed
this year's torm this morning. TJn
Hko former yoars thoro woro no lito
rary exorcises, but tho school wont
through its routino work. A largo
numbor of pooplo woro present in
cluding tho visiting clorgymon, who
had convened spocinlly to witnoss
tho girls' final examinations. Aftor
tho school examinations all present
woro in vi t ou to tho (lining room
where thoro woro spread on tables
bread, cakos, candy, and fancy and
useful nrticlos, tho handiwork of tho
scholars. Tho fancy articles made
by girls in tho industrial department
under Miss Van Anglon woro roally
good work. Each of tho staff of
eight teachers tako their turns in
that dopartmont. Tho articles woro
offered for salo and uottod some
thing like $150.
Prof. Borgor tendered tho sorvices
of tho P. Q. band to enliven tho
breaking up of tho school, and tho
teachors aro vory grateful to him,
and wish to proffer thoir thanks to
him through this journal. "Ho is so
very obliging," said one of tho
Thoro is ou exhibition in the Ha- Tho ff consis(s oI tho followinc:
wanan xNrnvs Uo.'s window two prjlM.jpni Miss Konwill; Miss Ap
bunohos of lino m-apos grown by tho iotoii. Miss Winter. Miss Arm-
tiimtiimn -. ' .r. -. .. ' -. .-. .
strong. Miss llauloy, Miss lvauo,
Continued Success of tho Lady Cater
ors for Hungry Honolulu.
Tho ladies God bless thorn
niado another successful day to-day
at tho Arlington, in their efforts to
secure funds to furnish tho now
Masonic tomplo. Tho Arlington
oponod at tho usual hour and con
tinued open until 2 o'clock this
afternoon, and tho girls woro kept
nrottv busy all tho time. Ono so
ciety bollo remarked this aftornoon,
"Oh, my poor hands," and well slio
might say that, as thoso "poor
hands" had done a good day's work.
Tho receipts to-day woro as follows:
Table $82 25
Flowers 11 35
Fancy table and cigars 1G 30
Total $109 90
First day 130 00
Second day 1(58 00
Union Saloon barber on 13orotanin
J. Richards, Nuuauu half-way
house, was lined 200 to-day in tho
District Court for soiling liquor
without a liconso. An appeal was
Tho Misses Roso Kinney and
Louise Wilson will leavo ou tho mis
sionary steam packot this aftornoon
for tho South Seas in connection
with. mission work.
Tho S. S. Monowai is to bo taken
off tho Colonial routo and bo re
placed by a -1000-ton boat, now
building, much liner and speedier
than tho Monowai.
Tho Hawaiian National Band gave
a concert at Emma Square yesterday
evening before an immenso con
course of people. Tho b3-s never
played nor sang bettor.
There will bo no mooting of tho
St. Andrew's Church Association to
morrow evening, Juno 8. Duo notice
will bo given when tho dato for tho
next meeting is decided on.
Mis: Van Anglon and Miss McShano
Miss Konwill, in answer to a query,
stated that the school work this
year has boon very successful. Tho
seminary has had its full comple
ment of scholars, aud, considering
tho hard times, that is saying a good
deal. Tho work of tho scholars is
also encouraging, and a great im
provement, reflecting duo credit ou
tho staff, was noted. Tho ladios aro
to be congratulated on so successful
an ending of this school torm. Tho
school will ro-opon on Sept. 1th.
From Hawaii and Maui, por stmr Kinau,
June 0 Mrs Q V A llapai, Mrs Kahilo
Hanai. Miss Jennie Hanai. A Young. It
Young, Ernest Lyman, S A Raphael, it F
Lange, N Armstrong, J V Montgomery,
Geo Nukapuahi, Rev S L Desha, Rov M C
Kealoha, Mrs J Makacna and son, T Yot
sumoto, Mrs Machado, Ben Kaapa, A T
Bannister and wife, Kev S W Kekuowa,
Kev V M Kalaewa and 111 deck.
For San Francisco, per bgtne W G Iwin,
June 7-H D Hull.
For San Francisco from Mahukona, per
schr J G North, Juno 0 Jumes Bannan.
For San Francisco, per bk Albert, June 7
Thos Porter, Dr A B Dclamuteraud wife,
W S Bartlett and wife, A B Moore, Miss
Clark and H C Spear.
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, June 0 G
N Wilcox, M D Monsarrat, A Lindsay, Mr
Brash, O L Brito, Mr and Mrs Achock, E
Boyd and wife, and about 30 dock.
For Maui, per stmr Claudine, June 0
His Excellency and Mrs J H Blount, J W
Boyd, Chas Nordholl", Miss Nordliollj Ru
dolph Spreckels, Antone Rosa, J L Kaulu
kou, Miss Frazer, G K. Wilder and wife, C
ii uoivuie, v v Asnioru, j v jones, a.
Guild, Mr Wilcox, Mr Smith, Li Cheung,
H P Baldwin, W G Irwin, W H Bailey,
Young Chuck Lau, Mrs F P Hastings, W
H Cornwell, Miss Paris, J A Magoon and
bervant, and 25 deck.
The steamer Mikahala will come off the
Marino llailway on Saturday.
The steamer James Makee arrived this
morning from Kapaa and will leave ugain
this afternoon for the samo place.
The bark Albert, Capt. Winding master,
sailed at 10 o'clock this morning with 10,73(1
bacs bUKar, shipped us follows: H. Hack-
felu & Co., 17711 uags; M. S. Grinbanm it
Co., 2025 bags.
Tho brigantino W. G. Irwin, Williams
master, left this afternoon for the Coa-t
wito the following shipments of sugar and
rice: W. G. Irwin & Co., 5307 bags sugar;
J. T. W., 255 bags sugar, Sing Chung it Co.,
1950 bags rico; M. S. Grinbaum it Co., 2310
bags rice. Domestic value, 43,317.
The missionary steam barkentine Morn
ing Star, Garland, master, will leave for the
South Seas this afternoon. Among her
provisions which are valued at $031.15 aro
205 bags rice, 218'J lbs. sugar, 5200 lbs. salt,
3000 lbs., soap, (ibO lbs. taro Hour, 1 bag pia,
2 gals, honey, 1 bbl. poi, 111 lbs, hard
bread, 200 lbs. coil'eu, and 2110 pkgs. sun
dries. The John G North, Carlson, made a good
rnu from San Francisco to Mahukona, beat
ing tlie lrmgaru, tno louowiug is mo
North's log: 21-22 200 miles, 22-23205, 23-21
225,21-25 200,25-20175,20-27 200, 27-28 200,
28-20 275, 20-30 100, 30-31 105-2185 miles,
0 days, 20 hours, or to be very correct, 0
days, 10 hours, 59 minutes, 50 neeonds.
North bailed Monday, 5th, from Mahukona
for San Francisco, with a full load of sugar,
and Capt. Carbon expects to nmke t he
round trip inside a month.
Arrived May 20, steamer Kinau from
Honolulu; 20, steamer Kinau from Hilu;
31, steamer Kinau from Honolulu, Ameri
can 3-mautod schooner John G North, N P
Carlson muster, 0 dayti 20 hours from Ban
Francisco, to Hawaiian liuilroad Co. gen
eral cargo, grain groceries and plantation
supplios, consignees H. M. Mist. S. O. Wil
der it Co., T. H. Davies & Co., it. it. Hind,
Kohala Sugar Co. and Union Mill Co.
Juno.1), steamor Lehuu from Honolulu; 0,
steamer Kinau from Hilo.
Sailed May 20, steamer Kinau for Hilo;
20, steamer Kinau for Honolulu; 31, steam
er Kinau for Hilo; Juno 5, steamer l.ehua
for Hilo, American 3-mastcd schooner John
G. North, Carlseu master, for San Fran
cisco with 2181 bags tmgar, J. T. Water
house; 8120 bugs sugar, T. 11. Davies it Co. ;
total, 10,010 bugs bugar, 1,131,725 lbn . value,
$311,413.82. June 0, steamer Kinuu for Honolulu.
An alarn of (ire was rung at Ot.'JO
o'clock yesterday evening for a firo
at P. Jarrett's place on Liliha street.
Tho blazo was put out boforo the
dopartmont arrived ou tho scono.
Tho building for J. C. White's
machine shop on Queon street is
closed iu, and tho furnaces and
flues aro erected. Mr. White is on a
trip to the Coast for plant and sup
Tho cricket club had an interest
ing practico yesterday aftornoon.
Its bowler:- aro getting into a good
swing, aud tho club promises to
mako a respectablo showing in
Ah In, a Chiueso rico planter, has
been losing considerable rico by
boys going to the plantation and
cutting off the heads of tho grain.
Ho has engaged Owen Holt to catch
WADSWOHTH-In Hilo. Muy31. 1803, to
tho wife of Kalpli udsworth, u sou.
Rowdyism at Concerts.
Several complaints have boon
hoard of tho rowdyism at Emma
Squaro yost onlay evening, during
tho baud concort. Young girls woro
iiiBultod by hoodlums, and people
woro aunoyod by Hying missiles,
Thoro woro only two policomou to
koop tho "push" in thoirplacos. Tho
Marshal's attention Is called to thin
unnoyanco. A number of people
state that tiioy stay away from Uiom)
concerts, because they are lit fear of
being iuaultod wliilo thoro,
It is reported that on Sunday
last a freo light took place in Brito's
Hall in which Messrs. Vivas, Camara
and others took a prominent part.
In tho encounter sticks and blows
wore freely used.
Sovoral mombors of tho bar with
H. Smith, Clerk of tho Judicial
Dopartmont, and J. W. Jones, court
stenographer, loft on tho steamor
Claudino yesterday to attend Cir
cuit Court at Wailuku, Maui.
Ah Hook, a Chinaman arrested on
Maunakea and Pauahi streets for
soiling root beer, was sentenced to
pa3' a lino ol l(KJ in tho JJistnet
Court this morning. Hook thought
tho sentence too steep and noted an
Tho portraits of tho lato Chief
Justico Lee, Allen and Harris and
Associate Justice Robertson havo
boon removed from tho Legislative
and Supremo Court hall downstairs
and hung ou tho walls of the court
room uusiairs in niiiuiaui ruuo.
Mr. J. Dodd returned from tho
Coast on tho steamer Monowai last
week with a now outfit for tho
Pantheon Saloon, which ho has pur-
cliaseu. J. no saloon win undergo a
general renovation and bo embel
lished with modern decorations.
Tho bark Albert bailed for tho
Goldon Gate at 10 o'clock this morn
ing. A largo number of people woro
at tho wharf to speed tho good ves
sel and her passengers, among whom
being Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bartlett
and Dr. A. B. Dolamater and wife.
C. W. Ashford, counsel for xVuguut j
Herring, has filed a bill of exceptions
to tho conviction of tho prisonor
for manslaughter in the second de
gree. Among other exceptions is
ono to tho overruling of counsel's
pica to tho jurisdiction of tho Court.
muono iveuiui, uio man wun mo
iron jaw, will give an exhibition in
connection with tho wrestling tour
nament on Saturday evening at tho
Borotauia stroot Armory. Tho tour
nament promises to bo a lively one,
as also doos tho nock tuok-of-wur.
I'hotos aro ou exhibition iu tho Ha
waiian News Co.'s window of tho
Nothing Like Loathor.
ISUITOII BULLKTIN! -
To-day at a (inartor past one, Capt.
Good marched twenty of his men
into Mr. Smith's store to supply
Ilium with bhuos. I would like to
know if Mr. Smith pays nioro taxes
ii r.. ,.. IP 1... I I..
iiiiiii iiir. ui.ti., or ii ii
family to suniiort.
two boys who will perhaps muhj'
ho able to carry gnus.
BISHOP GULSTAN IN PUNA.
Thriving Condition of Coffee Planta
tions on Hawaii.
After a fow days of rest at tho fair
town of Hilo, whoro tho Bishop
preached several times to immenso
congregations and confirmed -17:1
Christians, His Lordship, in compa
ny with Row Fathers Maximiu,
Olivor aud Bonavonturc, started for
the district of Puna, visiting on their
way tho C. M. Coffee Plantation, 18
miles from Hilo. Tho trees of this
plantation, although but throo years
old, aro six and sovon foot high, and
promise a comparatively good crop
this yoar. The first sottlomeiit reach
ed was Halepuaa, a beautiful little
village 22 miles from Hilo, and
which, no doubt, will rotaiu its name
ovon in case of aunoxation, because
Halepuaa is more euphonic than
Pig-sty. Tho Bishop arrived lato in
tho afternoon, but tho people woro
ready to give him a warm reception.
Ono hundred and sixty natives at
tondod tho usual sorvicos tho next
day, 43 received tho sacrament of
confirmation, aid sovoral wore bap
tized. Halepuaa boasts a good
church choir, perhaps as good
as any other on tho Islands.
Two luaus woro served, and as uo
brass band was iu attendance, thoro
were but snort intermissions to
string music and vocal selections.
The simple Halepuaaus aro a happy
people, of ono heart and ono mind.
His Lordship, after bidding farowoll
to them, was on his way to thoothor
churches of Puna, whoro ho was in
vited to sharo the .hospitality of a
lady and gentleman widely known
for their genuine kindheartcduoss,
Mr. and Mrs. Kycroft, of Pohoiki.
They know how to mako tho weary
traveler fool at home. Aftor spend
ing a ua3' with thorn and visiting
tho Itycroft Coffeo Plantation, which
is in a very lino condition, tho Bishop
proceeded on his way to Opihikao
and Kapaahu, confirmed 23 Chris
tians, and then loft for Kail. Vivat
J'dKtur lion us! F. B.
Grand total 107 90
Mrs. A. Brown and Mrs. Sanders
will constitute a committee to got
up to-morrow's lunch. Tho ladies
havo promised tho following bill of
faro: Roast lurkoy aud cranberry
sauco, cold ham aud tongue, potato
salad and othor dolicacies. Ico
cream will also bo served froo of
charge. Ab Mrs. Browu and Mrs
Sanders are known for thoir ability
in serving first-class dinners, people
will anticipate "good oats," as tho
Loaves for Maui as tho Guest of W.
His Excolloiicy Jas. H. Blount, U.
S. Minister, and his wifo loft ou tho
steamer Claudino yostorday evening
for a visit to Maui, hit ending to re
turn on Sundaj" morning. Whilo on
Maui tho3 will bo tho guests of Mr.
W. H. Cornwell, who accompanied
thorn. Messrs. W. G. Irwin, Rudolph
Spreckels, Mr. Chas. Nordhoff and
daughter, and Mrs. F. P. Hastings
woro oT tho party. A largo numbor
of promiuont people woro at tho
wharf to soo tho party off iu tho
stoamor. Whilo on Maui Mr. and
Mrs. Blount will visit tho sugar
plantations, including tho largo ono
Social Evonts Shipping Itoms Per
At tho Conoy Houso, Hilo, on
Saturday ovoning, 8d inst., thoro was
a delightful gathering of friends to
congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Woight,
it boing tho 11th anniversary of their
marriago. Thoy aro truly blossod in
their homo circle. Fivo dutiful
children. There is beauty all around
"whoro thoro is lovo at home." About
10 p. m. tho friends, 20 in all, sat
down to a bountiful repast, which
was greatly on joyed and wo all
wished them many anniversaries, as
happy as this one. All sunshine
Arrived May 2i), brig Lurlino,
Capt. Chas. Matson, 12 days from
San Francisco. Cargo, general mer
chandise. Passengers Mr. S. A.
Raphael, Mrs. Ret chain, Mr. Ket
ehnni, Mrs. Centers, Miss Caughoy,
Master J. Sissou.
Arrived, Juno 3, brigantino Gon
ovbj Capt. J. Noilson, 30 days from
Sahna do Cruz, Mexico, iu ballast, to
load with sugar for San Francisco.
Cleared at above port 7 days boforo
doparturo, had to wait to bo towod
out to sea.
Sailed from Hilo, Juno 6, bark
Harvester, Capt. Johnson, for San
Francisco. Iroight, 1(5,325 bags
sugar (101)6 tons). Passenger Mr.
Tho wedding reception invitations
of Mr. and Mrs. Moore aro out.
They read as follows: Mr. and Mrs.
D. II. Hitchcock anuounco t ho marri
age of thoir daughter, Alinoda Eliza,
to William Lovi Mooro, Weduosdaj,
May twenty-fourth, eighteen hun
dred and ninoty-threo, Hilo, Hawaii.
Reception at tho residonco of D. H.
Hitchcock, Tuesday ovouing, June
iy, iHVM, s to iu p.m.
Mr. Ernest Lyman leaves us to
day, nth inst., by Kinau for Chicago,
to remain there a j-oar to study. Wo
shall miss his cheerful face, his use
fulness and kindness in many ways.
His influence has over boon good.
Such young nion aro missed. Wo
boliovo ho will bo useful whorovor ho
may reside. Ho goes from us with
our vory host wishes in other words,
our aloha uui. But tho question
arises, How can liis place bo filled?
Truly, a good uaino is more than
great riches. J. A. M.
Hilo, Juuo 5, 1893.
N. S. SACHS
5 SO Fort street,. Honolulu.
miner Dress Materials
Newest Materials I Latest Designs!
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaillel
Light and Dark Ground KH'eets Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Blue, Cardinal and lllaek;
FINK riGUHKD MUSLINS IN NEW DK3IGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Brocaded it Plain Chauihrics,
Kider-down in Pink, Cream and Ilahy
Polka Dot Muslins,
A COMI'LKTE ASSOltTMKNT OF
Figured Irish Lawns.
Changes of Base.
Circuit Judges Whiting and
Cooper's chambers iu tho Court
Houso havo boon removed to tho
rooms lately occupied by the For
eign Ollleo. Tho room vacated by
thorn will be tho Attoriioy-Gonoral's
quarters at court terms. Tho law
library of tho Judiciary Dopartmont
is to bo removed to t ho offices lately
occupied by tho Attornoy-Gonoral's
Dopartmont. Mr. Jones, court steno
grapher, will bo snugly onsconced
with his typewriter in tho lobby
room opening into tho now library
In Flckids, Olaeolts and Stripes.
t& Come and see the White Goods wo are Belling nt 7, 0 and 3 ynrds for $1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc.,
Laces and Embroideries !
AN ALLROUND CHANGE!
COMMISSIONER BLOUNT, Minister to Hawaii.
THURSTON, Minister at Washington.
WILDER, Consul at San Francisco.
Even When Called Incurable
Torriblo Solgo Sciatic Rheumatism
like to keep abreast of the times, MY STORE,
in the future will be known as the
DRY GOODS STORE
Woods Full of Specials and Spies to
Watch Against Royalists.
A numbor of foreign special police
rendezvous in tho District Court
room, upstairs iu tho 1'olico Station
ovory night now, peoring out into
tho elect ric-lit night from tho win
dows. According to good authority
tho country is full of specials and
detectives. "You cau't walk ten
steps without coming across ono,"
ho said. A fow soreheads formerly
complained of tho largo number of
specials during Marshal Wilson's re
gime, but it is much worse now with
nothing to show for the expense. It
is roportod that theso vigilauts till
Marshal Hitchcock up with stories
of royalist intrigue ovory morning
boforo bieakfast, but instoad of pay
ing them extra, at so much a hun
dred words, tho Marshal commis
! sions more of thoir kind in hopes of
getting something fresh for an ap-
To Fight tho Blight.
Mr. Jos. Marsdon, Commissioner
of Agriculture, would like all who
havff any blight on their trees to
bring him specimens thereof on tho
loaf or twig on which thoy aro
found, Ho wants them to send to
.skilled entomologist. s iu tho United
States for their examination, to boo
if thoy know of any insect onomios
that will prey on particular kinds of
blight. It is an accepted theory
that ovory blight and insect pest has
its corresponding oneiny.
Rooms to lot with board at Ilani
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,Agouts.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith ti Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 1U1 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic aud Surgical
cases. Mutual Tolophouo G82.
Mollin's Food is sold at 0 cents a
bottlo by Hobron, Nowinan & Co.
Frosh stock direct from factory.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his oilico from King street
to lserotania street, uoar lunula.
W. H. Bonsou, piano and organ
tuner, has returned from Kauai and
ma3- bo found at tho Arlington
Hotel as usual.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tiuuo giving instruction in private
and in classes; French, Spanish,
aud Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C. A.
llplr Ilk The
Wi!SSSS S Mix
JstL. S. LEVY
OFFERS A LINE OF
TRUNKS .'. AND .'. VALISES,
Crepe Shirts, Neckties, Hats,
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc.
Mr. Arthur Simon
Ot Galatea, Ohio.
"They said I wns incurable, tho doctors
did, but the result lias proven that Hood's Sar
sap.vllla was nble to cure. I had Sclutlo
lthoumathm ami was conllneil to my bed six
mouths. Threo physicians did not help mo and
I Was Given Up to Die
When I was In this terrible condition, unable
lo move band or foot, I began to tike Hood's
Barsaparllla. Tho first bottlo had a little ef
fect, and wliilo takhm tho (.croud. I gained !o
rjpitlly that I could sit up in my chair. My sys
tem had been so run ilnmi by oilier medicine,
that It took mo quite a wliilo to recuperate, lly
the time I had taken four bottles of Hood's Bar
saparllla I coulil wnlk nronnil, mid now, as I
have taken six bottles, I am currd aud can
do a good day's work. 1 do not feel I can praiso
enough." Annum Simon, Galatea, Ohio.
Notice of Trade Mark.
rpHK OWNERS!!!!' OK THE XA.ME
JL "COLORADO" as aiiiliud to Mlnorul
l.ubrieatiiiK Oils, having neeu assigned to
thu iimle rMgneil, a Corporation doing busi
ness under tho Laws of tho Hawaiian U
luuds, the public, is hereby notilied that such
inline lias been Registered In thu Ollleo of
tho Minister of tho Interior iu n book pro
vided for the purpose.
Dealers aro cautioned against (illuriiig fur
silu a Lubricating Oil under this uaino,
"Tiik Couikaiio On.," except that pur-flm-eil
TDK HAWAIIAN 11 A RD WARE CO.,
I5U7 I'ort streut. Honolulu.
Junul, I8'13. Tl.'loV.!! It
Championship of Ibe Hawaiian Islands
lO TAKK PJ.AOB
Saturday Evening, June 10th.
Til Kill'. WII.I. II K A
Neck Tug-of-War Tournament
KOll CASH I'RIZKB.
HOOD'S PlLLO nre 'ho beat atterilluncr
Filli, uiltt dlcesUoD, cure headache. Try a box.
To Let or Loaso.
Popular German Dry Goods Store,
7 5" FORT STREET
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
IB. :e EHLERS Sz CO.
98 FORT STRHHUT.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIKTY
BOARD AND LODGING WANTED.
LADY AND ORNTLK
mtiii rcquiro Kurnisli-i-d
Cottage or Suito of
Rooms with Hoard. Dry
locality nieforred. l'robablv iiormniient.
Aiiiily" "P. lh," Illu.KTlN Ollleo. Till-Ut
t 1 1 1 R3fiijJa
rrcw house ok five
J rooms, on Magazine
street, with llathroom, pat
ent W. C. etc. Commniids 3i
one of tho finest views iu Honolulu. Apply
to H77-tf) J. M. VIVAfcL
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE TO LET ON
J:- l'uni'libowl street
near Oiicoii'h Hosnital: Hix
Itoiims. Rent tie. Amilv
to L. ADLER.
13 Nuuauu st., Root t rihoo store.
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COI.ORED-Just suitable for this elimuto.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
KOO CHOO l'ONGEE-OREAT NOVELTIES
Sillto-line and Vlllo. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
ES9" Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARE. JE3
PER DARK "0. D. RRYANT"
ET i rf raHS
' lio Jms ii Inruor
.Mr, (lurtz lui
Fifty cunts is n riinall iloclor bill,
but tfiut is nil it will cost you to
, ouio any ordinary easo of rliuuina-
1 tihin if you tiso (Jliainborlaiii'n Pain
' Halm. Try it and you will bu sur-
urihuil at tlio prompt roliuf it affords.
Tho lirsl application will quint tlio
pain. Ml font bottlos for nalu by all
, dtialnrs, lioiisou, Smith i: Co., agonts
for tlm Hawaiian Islands.
Weight, 1&0 lbs.
now open to nil coiner.-,
and not exceeding 1W 11".
HO YEN KEE & CO.,
No 41 Nuuauu St.
Bet. Hotel & King
ONE RLOOK KRO.M I1E
retanla street enrs, a
Cool mid Convenient Cot
la l-o of Six Rooms. Uiruo
. ' ... . . ... . '. r. ... . . . i. -
l.ot, ritaiiiu aim w iiiokuu jiouxe. aiiiiiv io
E. R. HENDRY,
ut Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
STOBE AND HAM.S FOB LEASE.
JL l'Wer Rloelc, Xiiuanu
street near Merchant, can
bo leaded for a term of
veurs. Alo, Two Desirable Halls oil tho
Upper Floor suitable for lodgo purposes.
Apply to W. FOSTER.
i Crockery, Glassware, Etc.
WATER PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED
ll is unvur iitM'UbMUV to lull llm mi.
noyluuilt'i' to tako a littlu moru iutur-
Ubt iu llid llUsiilUBB,
will maki: a wiaun.Mi rino or iiim.
Sim holds lilm at her l'"K mid will,
And liui'Jiiuuit but linger,
III tiiiiu i-lie'll iiiiiUo him brem so small
Hliu'U twist liliu round her linger.
COTTAGE ON KING
Carriauo IIuiimi and Ktables. Desirable
locality. Tramears iass ovory half hour,
Heat moderate. Apply to
7in.tr J. F. HOWLER.
OTTAGE ON KING iyp
Street, roiitaiuing l'ar- tfJ'-Dliiing-room,
llatliroimi, ete. , alroB&ii
AT MlWhT IIATBS.
gm- I'liinililng Neatly
Exuuuti'd by Ex-717.1m
Fint Job Voui 1w HulUUn Ujfive.
3DR,. m:. goto,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Boll TolophOUQ 188,
Can be constilU'dat his resilience nt Keune.
ula, ou tlm nmiiKa hide of King Hired, unit
i;Misidu of Llllhu Htreut. houau formerly
ououiilcd Uy Mr. i. L. Uoalm. 74Mt
OF ALL STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN Till: I.ATK'IT PATTKRS-".
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with tho ljitost Imjirovements.
ALSO ON HAND
Parlor Organs, Guitars
FOR SALE UY
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
King street, oppo, Castlo A' Cooke.
" TnT TP. "52" rri i
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING '
- AT TIIK
Queen Street Sharing Parlors
(.Nial door to Morgan's auillou room)
1 Furnished House at l'alaina near Re
formatory School f'! per Month.
1 Cottago on Rerctania Street J2o iier
1 Cottage on lleretania Street $'J0 per
1 Cottage on lleretania Street, opposite
3 Stores on Nuuauu Street, near Rerc
Fish 1'onds on
the road to Waikiki.
House unil Iot on lleretania street near
l'eusaeola. IOt 'J00 feet fronUigo and
1 10 feet deep.
Also, u Valuable Rloek of Rriek Rulld
ings iu thu heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Sale
FOR JSALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Recommended specially by Commis
sioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight,
FOR SALE HY
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
DR. GEO. H. HUDDY,
.... DE2STTIBT ....
Orrici:: lleretania street noar Eiuum.
tm-Otiict: lloi'w: a. m. to 5 i'. x.
60 ornts a