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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1803.
To Ewa Mill.
Leavo Honolulu 8:15 1:1ft
Leavo Pearl City iljliO 2:30
Arrive Ewn Mill 0:57 2:67
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
lnvo Pearl City 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
C. Sundays excepted.
1). Saturdays excepted.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
nv c. J. LYONS.
I.OOAI, AND GENERAL NEWS.
A second-hand safo is for solo.
Alohn Lodgo, I. O.
has two rooms vjth
wanted to loam
kituhon to lot.
A young man is
Thoro is talk of starting another
Hawaiian paper soon.
Whoro woro tho specials last night?
Echo says, "Out of sight."
notieo of foro
appenrs in this
closure and salo
H, Focko olTors for salo tho fa
mous raco horses, Senator Stanford
TRYING TO MAKE TROUBLE.
' p f r & ? f F . 9 ?$
p.m. a.m. u.in. p.m.
Mon. fi 8 40 8 Bu :) AO 2 r!0 5 17 (i tl) 11 4(1
Tups. 0 0 10 II HO 4 20 3 30 ft 17 li 40 ....
Wed. 7ll(l SO 10 20 4 30 1 30 B 17 0 40 (I 2.1
Tlnirs. 8 11 40 11 20 4 B0 ft 4C 5 17 0 41 0 fill
Fl'i. 0 50 12 0 0 20 7 0 ft 17 Ii41 131
.Sat. 10, 1 30 0 20 0 20 8 30 ft 17 42 2 in
Sun. 11. 2 10 0 liO 7 0 10 0 6 17 0 42 2 62
Last quarter of tho moon on the 7th lit 41i.
Tlnio Whistle blow s nt Hi. 28m. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu timo, which is tho same us 12h. Uni.
0t. of Greenwich time.
TIE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1893.
Thursday, June 7.
Stmr Kaala from Waianno and 'Waialua
Schr Ka Moi from Humakua
Wednesday, June 7.
Am bk S O Allen, Thompson, for San
Mis bkt Morning Star for Micronesia
Thursday, June 8.
Stmr Kaala for AVaianae, "Waialua, Moku-
loia, at 0 a m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Pork and beans, scalloped fish and
baked California salmon at tho Ar
Among tho Morning Star's cargo
yosturdtiy was a barrel of poi for tlio
native missionaries in tho South
Ui Sing pleaded guilty in tho Dis
trict Court this morning to smoking
opium and was sonteueed to pay a
Toina tho Japanoso dotoctivo is
going to outer a libel suit against
tho moruiiiK paper for savinur ho is
a "sleuth hound.
"I'm no hound,"
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Kinau. for Maui nnd Hawaii at 2 p in
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Kaala 2055 bags sugar.
Schr Ka Moi 1800 bags sugar.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H B M B Royal Arthur from England
HUMS Temeraire from England
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, duo
Am schr W H Talbot, from Newcastle, duo
Bk Kate, Davenport, from 1'uget Sound,
Bktnc Klikitat, from Puget Sound, due
Br bk Ladstock from Liverpool, due July
Bk Routenbeck from Newcastle, due May
Bk Sharpshooter from Newcastle, due June
Bk Lamorna, from Newcastle, N S W,
Fr frigate DuchoQault from San Francisco,
due May 15-20
Ger bk J O Pfiuger, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk G N Wilcox from Liverpool, duo
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Vessels in Port.
USS Adams, Nelson, from San Francisco
Br schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Br sh Greta, Garland, from Newcastle
Am 4-ni King Cyrus, from Newcastle, NSW
Am 4-masted scar Lyman D Foster, Dreeyr,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am bk Matilda, Swenson, from Nannimo,
Am bktne Discovery, McNeill, from San
Am bktne Mary Winkelman, Nissen, from
USS Boston, Day, from a cruise
Tho Ilawaiis and Katnohamohas
play tho nest gamo on Saturday af
ternoon. An exciting gamo is anti
cipated as there is considerable ri
valry between tho teams.
Don't forget tho great jugglery
by Prof, liuchwaldy at tho Opera
House Saturday ovoning. His press
notices throughout tho Orient aro
universally favorable in a high do-
Tho arrosts by tho police to-day
woro ono Chinaman for having
opium in possession, another for as
sault and batlory, a wahino for adul
tery, and E. Wory of tlio Halfway
Houso for keeping a disorderly
N. F. Burgess has a card else
where, offering his services for put
ting all sorts of implements about a
houso in good ordor. Thorn is there
fore no need for people to endure
vexation from things that are out of
gear or off their edge.
There will bo a kindergarten exhi
bition nt Queen Emma hall from
2:30 to 4 o'clock to-morrow after
noon. Hawaiian, Chinese, Portu
guese and Japanoso children to tho
nuiubor of a hundred aro expected
to go through school exorcises.
Tho missionary . steam packet
Morning Star, Captain Garland, -loft
on its annual cruise among the
South Sea Islands yeslorda after
noon at 5 o'clock. The usual re
ligious services woro held at tho
wharf prior to hor departure. Among
those present woro Ifevs. E. S. Timo
teo, S. E. Bishop, and O. P. Emer
son; Chiof Justico and Mrs. J add,
Mrs. V. W. Hall and others.
Sneaking Scoundrols Booking to Start
Owing ton rumor sot nflont from
tho annoxatiou camp yostordny, that
an attempt would bo mado to tloport
Qucon Liliuokalani by tho stoatnor
City of Poking if that vossol came
last night, somo of tho Quoon's
friends kept watch nt Washington
Place. They did not havo to wait
long or strain thoir oj-os hard, for
two well known characters showed
themselves, in an impudent and
offensive manner, early in tho night.
Ono of tho prowlers was H. F.
Gibbs, who was lately discharged
from a tram car for "knocking down"
fares. Tho other was Wagner, who
denies that he is a detective or a
dynamiter, but who manages to
hang on to tho police force somo way.
This precious brace spied a while
from Central Union Church stops.
Again thuy woro discovered closo to
tho fouco by tho Queen's cottage,
having como round by tlio roar of
tho McKibbin promises. Another
timo thoy mounted tho fonco over
looking Washington Place from
tho Punahou preparatory school
Tho intruders woro asked what
thoy wanted and thoy ropliod it was
none of tho inquirer's business, that
thoy woro not trespassing on tho
Queen's promises and would stay
there as long as thoy pleased. No
attempt was made to drive tho men
from tho neighborhood, probably
much to thoir disappointment. Thoy
doubtless came thoro to creato a dis
turbance, but their gamo was too
apparent to succeed. It proved as
abortive a plot as tho recent "dis
covery" of a plant of dynamite by
tlioso who had planted it.
i m mi
DISSATISFACTION IN CAMP.
Tho Store of P. A. Schaefer & Co
joining tho Station Entered.
Tho storo of F. A. Schnofor.& Co.
on Merchant and Knahumanu stroots
was outorod somo timo last night.
Entrance was effected through (ho
roof. Tho slates wiiro torn up and a
square holo of sufllciont size to lot a.
man through was cut in tho wood.
Tho burglar wout downstairs nnd
opened every drawer in tho office.
Botwcou sovon nnd eight dollars in
small coin nnd stamps woro taken.
Mr, Schaofor's privato desk was tam
porod with, boiiio sharp instrument
being used to break it open. The
liquor upstairs was passed by, only a
bottle of poor brandy being taken.
Marshal Hitchcock was notilied this
morning, and ho inspected tho prom
Captain Juou nnd H. M. Dow, the
Marshal's clork, woro talking about
tho burglary in tho Police Station
this morning wnou Hammering was
hoard in tho Marshal's office. Mr.
Dow rushed upstairs and saw Mr.
Mueller, tho machinist, hammering
nt the Marshal's safo. Hi called up
Juon and gave him in charge
Mueller explained that ho was try
ing to opon tho safo by ordor of tho
Marshal and ho was "lot go. It ap
pears that tho safo had gouo wrong
somehow and Mueller was engaged
to open it. A good laugh wout
around over tho machinist's arrest.
James Hebcr Jiorman
of Shy llcavcr, Ta,
Cured of Scrofula
Tho People will havo Hood's
Mr. Vorman'a Experience
"My boy, now 0 years old, had Scrofula In
one cyo from the timo ho was a baby; discharg
ing all the timo. Of Into wo havo been Rlvlnc
him Hood's Sarsnparllla, and it ha done all
that meillclno can do. Tho Scrofula lias disap
peared, and his cyo Is healed up and well. I
A Discharged Boston Sailor Gets a
There is considerable hard fooling
among tho gun
aro not getting
good fat billet
these gun-carriers, (tho
bo blamed), want irao
nnd what is oasior than
carnors in the late
tho fact that thoy
their reward, viz., a
with a Rood sized
Tho majority of
aro not to
that of a
The Hteamcr Kinau will leave to-morrow
for Maui and Hawaii as usual.
Some amusement wus caused amongst
the wharf rats to-day ancnt an item in an
evening paper that Diamond Head Charlie,
tho lookout, bad been pecking for the
Peeking all day.
The bark S. 0. Allen, Thompson, master,
left yesterday afternoon for the Coast with
the following shipments: 0. fc G.,iMtfJ bags
sugar; Theo. H. Davios & Co., 3100 bags
sugar; C. Brewer &, Co., 12,81)2 bags sugar;
total, 19,'J7u bags. Domestic value, :f hi) -237.13.
AN OFFICIAL GONE.
Departure of the Deputy Registrar
of Conveyances to the Coast.
By an item in tho Hilo letter of
tho Bulletin yesterday many people
woro surprised to see that Malcolm
Brown had taken passage on tlio
bark Harvester for Sail Francisco.
Only those who had noticed tho out
going passongor lists for the other
islands woro awaro to a certainty-
that tho person named was tho De
puty Registrar of Conveyances.
Mr. Brown lately sold off his
household furniture at auction. Ho
told inquiring friends that ho could
live cheaper by boardiutr out than
by keeping house. When leaving
for Hilo ho stated that lie was going
there on a vacation. Mrs. Brown is
staying at tho houso of a friend in
As rumors aro afloat that tho de
parted ollicial did not leave every
thing right in his office, a Bit.lutix
roportor called on "Mr, T. G. Thrum,
Registrar of Conveyances, for infor
mation. Mr. Thrum stated that, as
ho was himself tho responsible man
who had given bonds, ho preferred
not to say anything. In any case,
ho did not like to seo a man kicked
whon ho was down.
It is reported that a relative of
thoDoputy Rogistar will make good
whatever shortage may bo found in
his accounts, which is not generally
behoved to bo of any very great
amount. Mr. Brown has probably
boon living and spending beyond his
income, but nobody will believe that
ho ovoi intended committing either
public or privato delinquencies. Just
a little too easy-going, like a good
many others, What privato liabili
ties lie may havo incurred about
town hus not yet transpired.
special detective Why, ono has
only to report that tho royalists had
a meeting last night and that thoy
aro going to havo another ono mu
htipe, and then your salary is safo.
Since tho authorities state thoy have
enough specials thoro is a row in tho
camp and threats aro mado. A gen
tleman in the if. (. employ stated
to-day that it was his belief ono of
thoso dissatisfied oflico-seokors burg
larized F. A. Schaefer & Co.'s storo
Another roasou why tho gunmen
aro kicking is because a man named
Thompson, a discharged sailor from
tho U. S. S. Boston, has boon given
a government position, being em
ployed as a Custom Houso guard.
Thompson signed tho annexation
roll, and that might account for the
fact. Ho is a perfect stranger and
was given tho prolorence, wnuo oui
residents in the city aro loafing
around, somo of them almost starv
ing. If the P. G. is to continue to
employ strangers, who havo no inte
rests whatever in tho country, then
it is about timo tho gun carriers
mado a kick.
BLEW A POLICE WHISTLE.
It Brought tho Police to the Blower's
George Gibson, a sailor of a mer
chantman in port, caused the polico
no littlo trouble yostordny ovoniug.
Gibson was tho possessor of a police
man's whistle and stationed him
self near tho Postollico, whore ho
blow tho whistlo several times. He
was asked by an ollicor what ho was
doing it for, whon ho said, "Just for
fun." Tlio sailor was advised to
tako it out on tho bounding billows
and blow it there. Gibson wont
awaj' aud a fow minutes later tho
saino whistlo was heard on Queen
street. A cop ran down and saw
Gibson near the Queon street Armory
blowing the whistlo for all ho was
worth. Gibson told tho policeman
that there was a big row at tho
Fishmarkot. The man in blue hast
ened to tho place and found that it
was a hoax, as, with tho exception of
a fow mangy dogs, thoro was noth
ing living about. Returning to
whoro ho Toft Gibson ho found him
still blowing tlio whistlo. Tho in
strument was taken from him and
ho was conducted gently, as might
be expected in tlio hands of a mad
policeman to tlio station for safo
Woman with Opium.
Wiohukini, the nativo woman who
was caught near tho ouo-milo bridge,
Nuuanu street, on Sunday morning
with five tins of opium in a bag, was
sontouced to pay a fine of SUX) this
morning by Judgo Foster, at tho re
quest of Deputy-Marshal Brown.
Captain Parker ascertained tho
fact that tho woman had opium aud
was taking it ovor to Koolau. Ho
sent an otlicor to tho bridge to watch
the woman and search hor parcels,
which was done with bad results to
fully hello o Hood's Barsaparllla is tho best
medicine In tho market. I keep n general store,
nnd It Is not a trick to sell Hood's Harsaparllla
for the' ncoplo will havo It. I sell moro of
Hood's Sarsaparllln than all other modiclnes
together and tho store would not hs complete
Hood's ss Cures
without It. My wife has also been ontlrcly
cured of Scrofula by Hood's Sarsaparllla, nnd I
am heartily thankful for what It has dono for
us." John Dohman, Shy Heaver, l'a.
HOOD'O PlLL8iro tho bent artor-illimer Hlli,
u&lst digestion, cure lieadacho. Try a box. 23a.
To Let or Lease.
N. S. SACHS
5SO Iort Street, Honolulu.
dimmer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee! Cotton (Mile I
Light and Dark Ground Ellects l'rctty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Ulue, Cardinal nnd Black;
KINK VIGURBI) MUBMN8 IN NEW DKSIGNB,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Brocaded it Plain Cliamhrlcs,
Kider-down in Pink, Cream nnd Baby Blue,
Polka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
A. COMI'LKTK ASSORTMENT OF
1.1 rooms, on Miitmzine
et, with Bathroom, pat
V. O., etc. Commnmls
EWHOUSK OK KIVI
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (47-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE TO LET ON
near Queen's Hospital; Six
Rooms. Bunt $18. Applv
to L. ADI.EB,
13 Nuiianu st., Boot t Shoo store.
ONE BLOCK. EKOM BE
retanin street cars, n
Cool and Convenient Cot
tuue of Six Booms. Larue
IOt, Stable and Chicken House. Apply to
E. It. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hnrdwnre Co.'s store.
In Plaids, CIiocIcb ctxid Stripes.
fXBb- Come and see the White Goods we nre soiling nt 7, C nnd 5 yards for $1. -Wl
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
AN ALLKOUND 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
STORE AND HALLS FOR LEASE.
JL Ko-ter Block, Nuuanu
street near Merchant, can
he lcnsed for a term of
vcars. Also, Two Desirnhle Hnlls on the
Upper Moor suitahlo fur lodgo purposes
DRY GOODS STORE
OFFERS A LIKE OF
TRUNKS . AND .'. VALISES,
BIGGEST DAY YET.
The Ladies Making Preparations for
a Grand Luau at Kalihi.
Tho ladies' lunch to-day at tlio
Arlington was another grand success
and tho Masonsaro to ho congratu
lated. Tho principal dish to-day
was roast turkey and crauborry
sauco, and it disappeared in short
ordor, leaving Mr. J. A. Hassinger,
who generally has his meal at 1:15
o'clock, without ovon a bono to pick.
There woro ovor two dozen turkeys
supplied to hungry Honolulu to
day. Tho ladies proinibo a treat for
to-morrow, tho bill of faro consist
ing of pork and boans, scalloped
fish, baked California salmon aud
salads, and strawberry icecream free.
Bo sure and bo on hand. Tho ro
coipts to-day woro as follows:
Table S12G 50
Flowers 18 ill)
Fancy table 13 !(5
Donations through commit
tee of tho day GO 50
with board at Hani-
Young Graco Bcarod on tho Way
Homo by tho Mountod Patrol.
While John Grace, an employee
in the Mutual Telephone oflico, was
going to his home up Nuuanu Val
ley on horseback about 11 o'clock
last night, two men also on horse
back rushed at him near the old leu
Works. One of tho mon grabbed
Grace's horso singing out at tho
samo timo, "Heigh! Graco was
scared out of his wits and putting
Hpurs to his horse galloped away fol
lowed by tho men, Ho managed,
however, to got away, On arriviug
homo, Grace secured another man
and thoy wont back to whoro ho hud
seen the mon. Thoy mot Captain
Klonimo, of tho mounted patrol, aud
ono of his men near the place. They
wore nsked if thoy woro the mon
who had chased Grace, nnd thuy
fluid yoa. When naked why thoy did
ho, Captain Klonimo ututod that he
thought ho was uuotlier follow thoy
wore watching for.
Graco had a narrow escape from
being thrown oil lib horse, but what
beared him was the sight of pintoln
ill tho men's holsters.
THE AROHDUKE OF AUSTRIA.
Previous receipts. .
Grand total SG33 15
Mr' Allen Herbert has kindly ten
dered tho use of his grounds at Ka
lihi, nnd the ladies aro making pre
parations, for which duo notice will
be given, to give a grand luau at tho
place on -Monday next.
Bogiiininc: Made by Board of Health
to Secure Pure Virus.
Rooms to lot
Eoot Beer on draught at Bouson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bouson, Smith &Co., Agents.
Sunburn roliovod at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith Si Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street.
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Surgical
cases. Mutual Telephone G82.
Mollin's Food is sold at 50 cents a
bottlo by Hobron, Newman St Co.
Fresh stock direct from factory.
Dr. Geo. II. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his ollico from King street
to Boretania street, near Emma.
COTTAGE ON KING
Street, containini; Par
lor, DiuiiiL'-rooin, 1! Bed
rooms. Bathroom, etc.: also
Oarriaue Houmi and Stahles. Desirahlu
locality. Tramcars pass overy half hour,
Rent moderate. Apply to
715-tf J. K. BOWLER.
Kg 1 1 lKgyaL
Jeweler & Watchmaker
Gontlemun's Underwear, Sashes,
Crepe Shirts, Neckties, Hats,
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc.,
The Popular German Dry Goods Store,
7 5XQRT " street 175
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
Dr. Day has charge of tho vaccina
tion work of tho Board of Health,
Dr. Minor, V. S., has been engaged
to assist in selecting animals for the
vaccine farm, and to tako cam of
tlioui while there, These gentlemen
have selected so fur two or three
healthy calves from (he Woodlawn
Dairy herd, and inoculated them
...:m. ..:.... t. .....w.....i,rl ri.m T..t. v..,.-
1,1111 i li iin uiiii:iiiuii Allill nun ji7it-
From thence he will visit the laud for tho purpose. Other animals
Fin Job Mutiny at liullttin Qj)kt.
On a Tour of tho World in an
Tho Archduke of Austria is mak
ing a tour of tho world in tho Aus
trian warship Kaiseriu Flizaboih,
aud at last account was in Australian
most important of tho islands in the
Pacific anil may bo expected (o call
at Honolulu. The Archduke will
leave tho Kaisoriu Kii.abeth at
Japan, and reltirn to Europe via
America. His traveling companions
aro I ho Archduke Leopold Ferdinand
of Tuscany, First Lieutenant of the
Kniborin Elizabeth, Count lleinrich
Clam Martiuie, Haron Julim. von
l'ronay, and Dr. Loreii. von Libui
iiau, ot the Vienna Min-euiii of Na
tural History, who in mi experienced
W'izzen How h Winiioiit milking
it hinco his elentioii to tho County
TronHuromhipf l-oo. ho like tho
Wmzzuii -Never heard bliu nay.
Von wie, hu'ri hardly had time to get
his hand in yet. Vuufo Courier,
W. H. Benson, uiauoaud organ
tunor, has returned from Kauai and
ma bo found at the Arlington
Hotel as usual.
1'rof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in privato
aud in classes; French, Spanish,
aud Latin. Residence, Alakea streot,
uoar Y. M. C. A.
ONE SECOND-HANI) SAKE; AB O00I)
as now. Apply under "11," this
olllee. . 718-tf
on linuil ii Varied Assortment of
Jewelry Bultublu for
Wedding and Birthday Gifts
and Inspect Uii-to-dnto
jJT ONCE !
YOHNO MAN TO I.RAUN THK
Munufactiiru of I'auillos.
l'ALAOK 10K (IlKAM I'AIU.OItH.
748-lt Hotel street.
will bo obtained as required, so as to
keep up a full and steady supply,
All that will remain thou to assure
the public of clean vaccination will
bo duo cure in the cloaubing of iu
htruinonts between different opera
tions on the part of practitioners.
Are you insured? if not, now is
tho time to provide yourself and
family with a bottlo of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera aud Diurrhu-n
Kemedy as an iiibiiraiico against any
burioiib-results from an attack of
bowel complaint during the summer
mouths. It is almost curtain to be
needed and should bo procured at
once, No other leinedy can take it
place or do its wink. 25 and M
cent bottles for bale by all denlerH,
ISoiiMuii, Smith iV Co., agents for the
p i can in: or any service to
you In tlm way of Sliuriienllie; Scissors,
nun aim u
Hawaiian aud othur Designs;
Wlhl Hoars' Tusk Ilrooches,
Kukul Charms and Necklaces,
Ladles Hair and Hat Tins, Etc. Etc.
"Watches Cleaned and Repaired
lly tho Rest Workmen in Town.
Island Orders Have Careful Attention.
Don't mistake the Address,
l-lm Mclucriiy Illock, Fort Street.
IB. IE EHLERS & CO.
89 FORT STK.H3B3T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE nnd COI.ORED-Just suitable for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIO-TJRED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
KOO CHOO PONGEE GREAT NOVELTIES
SiUtalirxe and "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
CtS" Dressmaking Under tho Management of HISS K. CLARK.
JDST ARRIVED; to
Uiwu Mowers. KUiim
hiirinklors unil Water
Jivini; I'lne. Kolderlim Tinware,
Kottlim Glass, Iteii.iirlnc Kurnltiiru or
MeudiliK Garden llo-u, etc., etc., iilcase
ring up Mutual Telephone. No. I Ui before
II A M. or between VI and I::i0 : M.
7-lb-tf , X. P. IUJROESS.
Race Horses For Sale I
Gray Klnllloii. Abo,
Kay Maro by 'hlieinindoab." lull Bister
T" llolh nuiiniil in full tniinlni;, and
nan Iju rcuu at Kapiol.uil men iracl; fur
about ono week, for particulars apply tu
7IWt II, kocki:.
Tim Daily Jlulhtin it deliwrrtl by
carriers for CO ofufi per vwnth,
Championship of the Hawaiian Islands
TO TAKK 1'I.AI'B
Saturday Evening, June 10th.
TU Kill'. WII.I. UK A
Neck Tag-of-War Tournament
KOR CASH PRIZES,
W I'.utries now open to all comer.
Wcicjil, 1.U Ilia, and nut excelling M) lli.i.
M. Ii. MINER, D. V. S.
BlMUIKilN, 1'llVMl'lAN AMI
Olllee: llntul Ktablurt. Olllee lluur.s: H tu
in a. m.; l:'M tu:i:;j r. m.
Ru'.idiiiicu wltli Dr. K. I.. Miner, llcrrlii
Ilia htreet. All caIN will rueelvu prompt
3DR,. ML GOTO,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Bell Telephone) 1BQ,
Oiui licimuiuilttidui IiIh ruildi'iieu at Kcoue
ilia, on the iiiauku idn of KIliK Hlreut, and
Ewa nidi) id l.llllm titled. Iiuuu formerly
uuaiik'd by Mr. U. U Delia, 71U-U
PER HARK "C. I). URYA.NT"
OF Aid. STYLES
Carpets, Rugs and Mats
IN THK IATEHT I'ATTKHNH.
HAND SEWING MACHINES
All with tlio l-ateat Improvements.
ALSO OX HANI)
Celebrated Cottage Pianos
Parlor Organs, Guitars
FOR SALE Y
ED, HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO,,
King Htreet, opjio. CiihiIu A Coulio,
' 0XT E3 2 T ! "
SHAVING, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING
Queen Street Shaving Parlors
(Next door tu .Mortraii'ii iiiu'llou room)
1 l'urnisbed House at I'alama near Re
formatory School $2 per Month.
1 Cottage on lierctaniu Streot S25 per
1 C'otUiuo on llerotanin Street, opposite
Ice Works. ' '
3 Stores on Nuuanu Street, near. Here
Ruildinu I.otn nnd 8 Flub Ponds on
tlio roan to waikiki.
Hoimi and Ixit
on lleretunia street near
Ixit 'J0O feet frontage and
I IU leet ileen.
Also, a Valuable Hlock of Ilrlck lhiild
ings in the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Sale."
FOR SALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Recommended Mjicclally bv OommlB
nioncr of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight.
THEO. H." DA VIES & CO.
DR. GEO. H. HUDDY,
... DE52STTIBT ....
Uurutuiila utreet near Etuuin.
Ilui'lfi 11 a.m. to6-, M.
60 if a month
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