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OAHU MILWAY AMD LAND CO.
FltOM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1803.
To Ewa Mim
Leave Honolulu.. ,
Arrivo Ewa Mill, . ,
Leave Ewa Mill....
Leave l'carl City...
Tho Paradiso of tlio
bo issuod to-morrow.
LAST OF THE FOUR.
Tho slono front to tho safe deposit
building is being put up.
A whilo bull torrior bitch is advor
tisud lost, strayed or stolon.
Hawaiian Couucil, A. L. of II.,
will meet this evening.
Bishop Willis loft to-day on tho
steamer Kinau for Lahaina".
To-day's Ladlos' Lunch Ono of tho
Bost In Results.
Tho Masonic ladios' lunch to-day
was nnothor grand succoss, tho total
receipts amounting to S108.D0, divid
ed as follows:
A noat sign has boon put over tho
stamp window at tho Post Ofllco.
Look out for the now advertise
niont of tlm P. G. storo to-morrow.
Tablo S100 30
Flowers 35 GO
Fancy articles 27 00
Total S1G8 90
Previously reported G33 15
Grand total 5802 05
A. Saturdays only.
O. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
BY C. J. LYONS.
DAY. g'gB b-T S W ' 2.
P SrS? g.p g S 5
re a P .? r .
;l ; ';
p.m. n.in. a.m. p.m.
Moil. 5 8 40 8 5U 3 do; 2 20 (l i;l (1 40 11 40
Tups. 0 40 0 SO 4 10 3 30 6 11 0 40
Wed. 7 1" 30 10 20 4 30 4 80 S 17 fi 40 0 21
Tlmrs. 8 11 40 11 20, 4 50 5 4C B 1" 0 41 0 fill
Frl. 0, 0 B0 12 01 S 20 7 0 5 17 0 41 1 3.1
Nat. 10 1 30 0 20! 20 8 30 fi 17 (1 42 2 10
81111. Ill 2 10 0 GO 7 0 10 0 fi 17 l 42 2 62
Today's weather is damp without
being wot, a sort of Scotch mist pro
vailiug. There wore four passongors by tho
steainor Kinau to-day for tlio Vol
A Porluguoso woman is under ar
rost, ehargod with hooping .a dis
Mr. C. 1J. Bishop lias given a do
nation of SlOjOOO to tho' Hawaiian
Board of Missions.
Last quurtor of tho moon on the 7th at 4h.
Time Whistle blous at lh. 28m. 34s. p.m. or
Honolulu time, which Is tho same as 12h. Oin.
Os. of Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Tho brick building on Bothel stroot
formerly used as a restaurant by
Chun lieo has boon removed.
A Gorman woman, through tho
German Consulate, wants a situa
tion to do general housework.
Rev. Yv. B. Oloson will leavo for
tho Coast on tlio S. S. China duo
horo on Juno 11) from tho Orient.
Superintendent Donison announces
excursion rates on tho railway for
Monday. See notice in this paper.
It. looks now as though tho steam
er City of Poking hail gone past
Honolulu. Sho is three days overdue.
FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1893.
Friday, June 0
Stmr Lolma from Hamakua
Friday, Juno i).
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p n
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Lcb.ua 28 head cattle and 1800
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Juno 0 For Volcano : Rev E Faber, 1)
Deshler, C Benner, W W Warner. For
way ports: Miss Appleton, D H Hitchcock,
Mrs Hendry, child and nure, T H Woltl.
Miss E Cummins, V H Hayselden and
family, Jtov N O Kcalolia, Bishop Willis
nnd about 50 deck.
The schooner Ka Hae Hawaii has been
hove down at the Fishmarket wharf to
have a now keel put on her.
The American baikentino Discovery, Mc
Neill, will leave for tho Golden Gate about
next Tuesday. The vessel will carry a
number of passengers.
Tho sloop Waianac returned from Wai
auae yesterday in a leaking condition,
there being several inches of water in her
hold. -Tlio sloop was only repaired last
week. She will be hove down again to
IiOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
There are 34 applications on file
with tho Crown Lands Commission
ers for homesteads in Kapaaku, Ha
waii. Tho Government's policy re
garding crown lands is not yot ma
tured. To do tho ovo of Kamoharaoha Day
justice you must see Prof. Euch-
waluy in his marvelous leats at tlio
Opora Houso. Secure soats before
tho "standing room only" signs aro
up. Ring up Mr. Levoy.
A two-story annex is to bo made
to the Queen's Hospital, through a
generous donation of $10,000 by Mr.
C. R. Bishop. Mr. C. B. Riploy is
tho architect. Part of tho audition
will bo devoted to rooms for patients
able to pay for privacy and extra
NEAR DEATH'S DOOR.
Caron, the British Spy, Dying
From Fear of Assassination.
Major Lo Curou, tho IiiiU.-di spy,
who was examined before the Pamell
commission, is lying critically ill at
his retreat in a southwestern btiburb
of London. Ho is tmiToringfrom peri
tonitis, and it is doubtful whether lie
will last through the night.
His health bus been broken for
some time, principally by tho con
stant state of tenor in which he lived,
His hair and mustache, which were
jet black, he dyed u fair tint, ami this
made him look so strange thut he
fancied it would lead to his detection
by his onemii'S. This four has preyed
on his mind.
He lives in a Email house and is un
der unremitting police supervision.
For two months lie has not ventiued
out of doors. Tho most lumaikulilo
feuturo of tho cuse is that by the pur
est accident the doctor who is attend
ine him is u younger biolhur of
Thomas Burko, tho Under Secretary
for Irolaud, who was assassinated
with Loid Frederick Cavendish by the
Invincibles in 1'hu'inx Park bomeyeais
ago. Dr. Burku happened to practice
in the neigliboi hood, and w.i- called
in by tlio police as a purcon who could
bo trusted with tlio secret of Lo Uu
Fifty cents is a small doctor bill
but that is all it will cost you to
euro any ordinary case of rheuma
tism if you use Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. Try it and you will bo stir
prisod at tho prompt relief itullbids.
Tho first application will quiet tlio
pain, 50 cent bottles for sale by all
dealers, Beusou, Smith & Co,, agents
for tho Hawaiian luluuds,
Tho graduating exercises of Oahu
College will tako place on Friday
evening next, in tho Central Union
Liout. Elliot of tho U. S. S. Adams
dined at Sans Souei last evening
with Mr. Mageo, chief engineer of
tho samo ship.
Mr. T. J. Burko and wifo of Den
ver, Colorado, U. S. A., tourists do
ing tho islands, aro quartered nicely
at Sans Souei.
Thoro was a good turnout at
cricket practice yesterday afternoon.
To-morrow a regular game will bo
pla3'ed at 3 o'clock. j
Abraham Kaloikau has been an- i
pointed Deputy-Sheriff of Waianac, '
vico S. K. Hui, resigned. Kaleikau's
commission was forwarded him to-1
John Daggett of Siskiyou has
been appointed Superintendent of!
tho United States Mint at San Fran
cisco in placo of Gen. W. II. Di
Part of tho staging has boon ru
mored from the outside of tho Ma
sonic Temple, so that a fair idea of
tho final appearaucoof tho structure
can now bo realized.
It is reported that tho difficulty
between Bishop Willis and tho Sec
ond Congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral will be settled amicably
without further public controversy.
A colored man' namod Sylvester
was arrested to-day. llo is charged
with having opium concealed some
where about his premises at Kalihi
lcai. The dope has not been found
Rcmombor the sale of the Booth
estate town lots, in tho very heart of
tho city, at noon to-morrow. No
better invest ment in real estate,
lookiug to tho future, could bo do
sired. Tho following passengers are
booked to loavo on tho S. S. China,
duo from tho Orient on tho lllth
inst., for tho Coast: Miss M. L. O.
Gauton, W. G. Smith, W. Nicolt, and
W. B. Oloson.
A grand luau will bo given tho
visiting clergymen at Kawaiahao
Church to-morrow noon. A moustor
boar, ono of tho largest over soon
horo, will bo roust od underground to
furnish meat for tho guests.
Over three thousand watermelons
wore recoivod at tho Fishmarkot
from Waianao on Wednesday of last
week. Thoy woro tho first instal
ment of melons this season, and al
though ratlior small in sizo aro very
Tho cao of E. Wory, of tho Half
way House, charged with keeping a
disorderly house, went over in the
District Court this morning until
Wednesday next. Ono solitary caso
for drunkenness added $'( to tho de
pleted treasury, through forfeiture.
Tho special dishes at tho lunch,
baked salmon and scallonod fish, dis
appeared in quick ordor, while tho
Boston baked beans hold thoir own
till tho last.
A communication was recoivod by
Mrs. J. A. Hassingor, chairman of
the executive committee, from T. H.
Davios At Co.; through Mr. T. K.
Walker, in which an otter was mado
of a large floor rug, as tho linn's do
nation to tho now Masonic building.
A comuiitteo of ladios aro invited to
pick thoir choico in T. H. Davios &
Tho great event on Monday next
will bo tho Masonic ladios' picnic
and luau to bo givou at tho Kalihi
residence of Mr. A. Herbert. Tho
tablos will bo ready for tho multi
I tudo promptly at noon, although
I tho grounds will bo open long bo-
fore that hour. Tho band will bo
present and dancing music will bo
l furnished those who dolight in tho
j fantastic during tho afternoon. Tho
bill of faro for tho luau has not boon
I civim out vot, but the ladios hint
that it will bo their best layout.
A bovy of society belles consisting
of tho following will be tho flower
girls at tho Kalihi luau: Tho Misses
Eva and Helen Parker, Flora Glado,
Anita Neumann, Maria Cummins
and Allio Widomann.
Tho admission will bo$l for adults
and 50 conts for children. Trains
will loavo tho depot for tho grouuds
at 10:30, 11:30 and 2:15 o'clock and
returning at 2:30, 1 and 5:15 p. m.
HORSti AND PRICE LOST.
Poundmaster's Sale That Didn't Com
ply with the Statute.
A native woniau, Hoomaua Kaoao,
wifo of tho Pouudmastor, brought a
suit, through her counsel, F. M.
Wakofield, against Win. Norton, for
the replevin of a horse. Tho animal
was impounded by Kaoao, her hus
band, homo time ago, and at an ad
vertised sale tho horso was purchased
by tho plaintiff for 529. Sho had
tho animal two months and eight
days, when ho was given to Mrs.
Roe for trial, tho latter showing a
desiro to purchaso a reliable animal
for her family carryall. Mrs. Roo
had the horso for trial ovor two
weeks when ono day sho was stopped
on tho road by Wm. Norton, who
took tho animal away from hor.
Norton claimed that tho animal be
longed to him. Hence tho suit for
replevin. Norton's counsel asked for
a nonsuit on tho ground that tho
halo was not in compliance with tlm
statute. Judge Foster rendered his
decision in favor of tho defendant,
dismissing tho case. Mrs. Kaoao
thereby loses horso and spouduliks.
Hearing Delayed by a Question
Hearing was begun to-day on tho
application of B. K. Banning for a
revocation of tho ordor discharging
Win. F. Allon. as executor of tho
will of tho lato J. F. O. Banning.
Mr. Hatch for tho respondent (Al
lon) objected to a question by Mr.
Kinney for tho potitiouor, which
objection was sustained. Tho Court
allowed tho petitioner fivo dnys in
which to amend his complaint, and
the dofondaut thrco days in which
to answer tho amended complaint.
Kinney, llartwell and Magoon for
petitioner; Hatch for respondent.
M. Mcluorny, administrator of the
estate of II. W. Mcintosh, has filed
his petition and account as such,
asking for discharge. Ho asks to bo
allowed SI 190.80 and charges him
self with $3821.55. Tho 12th of July
is set for hearing.
Tho bankrupt ostato of Tai Lung
paid 20 -11-100 percent to creditors.
Tong Sing's estate realized 17 12-100
Tho courts will observo tho holi
da ou Monday.
A' Vonorablo Fothor to Travel. "
Very Rev. Father Leonor will
loavo by tho steamer Australia on
tho 21st inst. for a trip to Franco, in
which business and health aro tho
combined motives. At tho ago of 71
years tho esteemed Father is to bo
commended for his pluck in under
taking such a long joumoy. His
many friouds will wish him tho most
.pleasant oxporionces going and
"coming, and a happy return in im
proved health to the Paradiso of tho
Rooms to lot with board at Ilani
Root Beer ou draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at ouco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Surgical
cases. Mutual Telephone 682.
Dr. Goo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., lias
removed his ollico from King street
to Berotania street, near Emma.
W. H. Benson, piano and organ
tuuor, has returned from Kauai and
may be fouud at tho Arlington
Holol as usual.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
aud in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakoa stroot,
near Y. M. C. A.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
N. S. SACHS
Bao Fort Street,
Tlio combination of excellent stomach
tonics in Hood's Sarsaparllla is ;uch that,
with proper attention to diot, Indlgu.'i'u.
nnd even tlio worst cases of dyspepsia aro
cured by this medicine. Head tills:
"Having for sovcral yeais linen creatljr
troubled wlUi linllEcitlon, and having teen
Hood's Sarsaparllla advertised, I concluded to
Btvo It a trial. To my happiness and creat iat!j
faction 1 found It to bo ihr only remedy for this
complaint." Mas. N. Fibkc, 4'.'5 Goary Street,
San l'ranclsco, Cal.
Hood's Pills net easily, yet promptly and
efficiently, ou the liver anil bowel. 25c.
It. .1. l.ovoy Lessee it Manager.
Grand Magical, Optical & Musical
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I Latest Designs!
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaille!
Uglitnnd Dark Ground Kllects Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light llluc, Cardinal nnd Black;
FINE VIGUltBI) MUSLINS IS NBW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
.tV-h Ginghams, Urocaded & Plain ( hanihric,
Eider-down in Pink, Cream and lialiy llluo,
Polka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
AMERICA'S TRIAL CUP
Mr. Levoy lias the honor to announce to
tho Uidiex nnd Gentlemen of Hono
lulu that lie has made a spe
cial engagement with
Professor B. Ruchwaldy
To appear at tho Opora Hous-e on
Saturday Night, June 10th,
A treat which lias never been surpassed in
For Particulars See Programme!
Tho Kapuukolo and Poola tug-of-war
tuatnsj will pull for a pursu of
S100 in a carpentur's shop noar tlio
Fishmarkot on Monday at i) o'clock.
After tho tug tho Poola boys 'will
trout tho opposing toani anil thoir
friouds to a grand luau at .Makaho.
The Saturday following tho Kapuu
kolo boys will ontortaiu tlm l'oolas
with a luau no.'.r tho Kirihuiarkot.
Prof. Maoauloy, tho viuoran tuner
and ropairor of musical instru
ments, has a card in this if sue. llo
has boon tho loader in his profession
horo for thirty years aud always
given satisfaction." Thoro is no fear
that ho will loavo such dishonest
work bohind him as that lately io
jiortod in tho papers, where a visit"
ing so-called "professional" tuner
from the Coast usod poi instead of
gluo in sticking parts of a church
1 Table for Addressing and Sponging
I Boing Mado at tho Post Ollico.
Another improvement is boing
made at tho Post Ollico. It is in tho
form of a thick board 38 inches long
1 and 8A inches wido to bo improvised
! as a table. The tablo will bo faslen
1 ed into tho wall but noon the stamp
window and tho mail receiver. In
ono corner will bo a bottlo of ink
' and a pen for the uso of people
wishintr to address a letter or parcel,
1 and in tho opposite ono will bo a wot
. sponge for licking stamps. This
now departure has boon mado on
, account of tho delay at tho general
t delivery window soniotimos to wait
lor a tardy aduressor. in tlio states
thoro aro tables similar to tho ono
now boing mado horo, at nearly
every post ollico, and our Post Ollico
only wishes to keep abreast of tho
Mango Juico Strong Enough to Make
Roundsman Kaapa submitted
three bottles of samples of tho man
go swipes, recontly captured by him
at Kikihalo, to Prof. A. B. Lyons a
fow days ago for analysis. Tho pro
fessor made a report this morning
ou the threo bottles as follows: 7.71
percent in ono, 7.71) in tho second,
i and 7.05 in tho third. Tho strength
of tho mango swipes comes pretty
near putting root boor swipes m tlio
shade, as tho strength of tho boor
Tho Yacht Colonia Successfully
Launched at Bristol.
The suecepsful l.iunehinir of tlio
(iist of tlm trial cup dulenders at JJiis
tol l.itely minks an import. mt point in
tho hi.-tory of tlio mulch of 18'.); for
AmuiiuiiVuup. The work of fiuifhiug
the Coloui.i will be vigoniuly pro
cui (led with. Mr. Romero is (luMrous
of trying her tit the earliest practic
able d.ite, ami if there are no draw
backs he will bo ublo to dn s-o the iirt.
week in June. She will be thoroughly
equipped and superbly handled. If
the tio.it has quul'ty enough to prove
superior to tlie other cup defenders it
will be developed nil in good time.
Mr. Rogers is p capable anil experi
enced yachtsman. With him will be
isocialed nautical talent of no mean
order. The Uolonia will, in tho end,
be judged simply from the nl. Midpoint
In FlELids, Chooks a. rid Stripes.
Ct&- Come and see tlio White Goods wo aro soiling at 7, 0 nnd 5 yards for $1. "9&
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
AN ALLROUND CHANGE!
COMMISSIONED BLOUNT, Minister to Hawaii.
TIIUKSTOX, Minister at Washington.
AVILUEK, Consul at San Francisco.
As 1 like to keep abreast of the times, MY STORE,
in the future will be known as the
3VC. 3. LESVST
OKFKItS A LIKE OF
TRUNKS . AND .'. VALISES,
gST" Hox Plan for Ite-ervcd Seats ojicn
at L. J. Levev's on Wedne-day. "lH-dt
c I I tk ItmiTMi it . ii f1firt
u uuui viii ? uaaiiOj
Race Horses For Sale !
Gray Stallion. Al-o,
" KZ .OT-iXJIL. -A.3ST I,"
Kay Mare by "Shenandoah," full sHtor
fXSf Both animals in full training, nnd
can bo teen at Kapiolani ruee track for
about one week. Kor particulars nnidy to
7l3-:tt II. l'Ol'Ki:.
WAKRG SHK (IDT IT.
The maiden went to thu party in a iiand
soino atin dress,
And o'er all hearts she held a rcal sway;
The continue was intended to display her
And the jityle was what they called de
collate, Hut tho night was very chilly and I feared
she'd take a cold
'Twas the tinio when girls were wearing
And tako a cold shu did, aud her throat's
in llannel rolled,
For ".she got It where the chicken got the
-A. 1'. .
Floods are receding in Ohio and
Pennsylvania. Damage to property
iu the manufactuiiiig districts runs
was 8 percent for tho strongest cap
tured by tho police. Tho swipes
captured from a Chinaman has boon
found to contain only 8.15 porcont
For a general family cathartic wo
confidently recommend Hood's Pills.
Championship of the Hawaiian Islands
TO TAKE 1'I.ACK
Saturday Evening, June 10th.
Tlll'.lli: Wll.l. 11 B A
Neck Tng-of-War Tournament
FOll CASH PHIZES.
6f Kntries now open to nil comers.
Weight, 1.1U lbs. and not exceeding Hit) lbs.
Admission, - BOo,
Crepe Shirts, Neckties, Hats,
Umbrellas, Shoes, Etc," Etc.
The Popular German Dry Goods Store,
75 fo:r,t street, 75
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
IB. IF. BHLBRS & CO.
SS FOKT STK.E1E3T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
M. L. MINER, D. V. S.
A GERMAN WOMAN WANTS TO 1)0
General Housework. Apply
7I!)-Iv GERMAN CONSULATE.
To-day is tho
vorsarv of tho
NESECONn-HAN'DSAFE; AS GOOD
as now. Apply uniler
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
Hotel Stnhlcx. Ollicu Hours:
ioa. m.j i:yotoa.-3o v. m.
Residence with Dr. V. L. Miner, lteretn-
nln Ntreot. All culls will receivu
F. M. WAKEFIELD,
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLOP.i:D-.tu-t Miituble for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS-A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
FOO CHOO PONGEE -GREAT NOVELTIES
Sillceain and "Vina. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
VST Dressmaking Under tlio management of MISS K. CLARK. jJ
To Lot or Loaso.
JL Kitchen In
rear of .
Ohr. Hertz's Shoe Store atj
10.'! Kort Street. Aunlv to
Tl.S-at OHR. GERTZ.
NEW HOUSE OV KIVE
rooms, ou Magazine
street, with ilatliroom, pat
ent W. 0.. oto. CommuudH
onooi ineiinesi views in nuiiouiui. Apiiiy
J. M. VIVAS.
1 Furnished House ut I'aliiuia near Re
formatory School ! per Month.
1 Cottago on lleretnnia Street $25 per
1 Cottage on Rcretania Street, opposite
3 Stores on Nuuanu Street, near llere
A WHITE RL'I.h TER-
2V. riur Hitch. A suit
able rowaril will bo uald for
her delivery at the IIu.i.ktin.1
Ollico. Anyone found in uoiswdim of
said aulmnl aftnr ptihlii'.uiou of this notice
will be proiceutcd. 7 Hl-Ut
C j& '
T 1 "- T .J
AuyoiiD wanting; to lout a lind
(dus hi)iiioUad, with all iiioilmn
(!oiiv(Mii(Uico.s, iiui'oiiiiiiodatiiui for
lior.o and carriafju, litru grouiidb
with all inaiinor of fruits in short,
nvm'vtliiiiL' that inaltos Tor comfort
mid oiijoyiiiiMit in thu trnpich will i which coiiiiluii'ly
hud what muU thorn on rouuouci) to
our aihui'tiniuir minium. Thin rant
now homo can ln had fut'n'Whed or
unfurnished, with or without car
riuyi' Iiiiiiu. T1uu i aUo a now n
room cottagu with inoduru inipiovo
arrival in these
islands of Fathor Gulstau, now
I5ish(i of 1'anopoli.s. At tho Catholic
.Mission iu uonsequunou thoro is a
iuljiloo colobration. His Lordship
ik tn ho oiiiiiratulatod on his halo
and heart v anpoaraueo attor his '
(uiartor cDiititry in tho tropics.
Dr. M. J. Davis is a prominent
phybiuiau of Jjuwis, Cass county,
Iowa, and has boon actively engaged
in the practice of medieiiio at that
place fur the past thirty-live years.
On tho2(Hh of -May, whilo iu Des
.Moines on route to Chicago, ho was
biiddeiily taken with an attauk of
diitrrhu-a. llavinj,' sold Chamber-
lanrfl Colic, Cholera aud JJiarnua , ln flU!t" ,(l0 ai.0 ,,, )0 seen to lm appro-
Jieinody for thop.-istbeveuteoii yetirs, ' eiatcd. To a permiineut ipiiut faniily a
and knowing its uliiihllity, ho pro- , bargain will be 'M"
cm IM a Z.) cent utuiio, iu uuaus . ,,.,, i,... ,.it....i r UnfiiruiSlied. One
HoiiKi coiitiiining l'ar-
lor, bmoklug Room, Two
l.ai'L'i) lledriioms. Dililuu-
room and Kitchen, Verandas and 1uu.il,
Woodroom, Ilatliroom and I'atcnt w.i.
llcautifiil Large Urou
ATTimSKY ANIl UlllINHl:l.l.OK AT I.(W.
Temporary ollico with Mr. ('. W. Ashford.
Muiuliaiit st., Honolulu, II. I.
IDPt. 3L. GOTO,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Bell Telophone 186,
Can bo consulted at his residence at Keone
tila, ou the mauku i-idu of King Street, and
Ewa hldii ut l.uuia sireei, nouso lormeny
occupied by Mr. G. I-. Duslui. 74H-tf
IK I CAN HE 01' ANY SERVICE TO
COTTAGE TO LET.
COTTAGE TO EET ON
OTTAGE TO LET ON AyjM"-
I'uuchbowl street, Mm?rL:
Queen's Hospital; Six AmiSKl
is. Rent $18. Apply XiI.T(j22
Hi Nuuanu St., Hoot A Shoe store,
L' Lots ami .1 Fish Ponds on
tlio road to Waikiki,
House nnd Iot ou lleretania street near
Rensaeoln, l.ot '-tW feet frontage and
1 10 feet deep.
Also, a Valuable Hlook of Ilrick Hold
ings iu the heart of tho City.
ONE HI.OOK ERO.M HE
relauia street curs, a
Oool and Convenient Cot
tage of Six Rooms, birire
Lot. SUlblu aud Cliiekeu House.
E. R. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
1 Upright Piano For Salo.
on iii the unv of Hharnciiliii' Scissors.
iinds, contiiililiig Or- , Carvlin: Knives. Uiwn Mowers, l'iling
liaiuental, Bhado ami I run iri'cs, Mowers siaws, llopairlng hprliiKiers
(Mired him. The
excitoinuni and chaugo ol water ana
diet incident to liuviilmg oflen pio
iluce a dianhn-a. l'Aery one shuuld
proctiiea bottle of this Homedy be
lore leaving lioiue. l''or sale by all
dealers, liuiinon, .Smith iV Co., ajonts
for tho Hawaiian Ulaudb,
and Laruu Grape Arbor. Outbuilding con-
i tains Washroom, nerniul's itoom, lool
I room, Chicken Hiuii' and Yard, and Large
Carilago Hoiimi Willi all Improvmiiuuth.
mllu from l'ost Oillcej ouu block from
I'li'iel.iula street eai -. Also, u New 'l-room !
Cottage with all modern improvements at
low runt. Heiiltlili'-t pirt ut thu town; no
bad smells, or stagnant watur. Apjily at
i this ollico. d'.Mf
fifvutrtl ut (lie
Taps and uiying l'ipu. Soldering Tinware,
Setting Glass. Rupturing Kuriiltiiro or
Meiiding Garden lloie, otc, utc, iileae
ring up Mutual Telephone No, 1W before
II a. m. or between 1'- aud l::til r. m.
7lS-tf N. K HUROESS.
ON ACCOUNT OK DEPARTURE MR.
N S. Sachs inpieels that all accounts
STORE AND HALLS FOR LEASE.
rpHEMAUKA STORE IN
JL Koster lllock, Nuuanu
street near Merchant, can
be leased for a term of
I vcars. Also, Two Desirable Halls ou the
I Xlppur Floor suitable for lodge purposes.
Apply to W. FOSTER.
FOR ALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Recommended specially by Commis
sioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight.
KOR SALE BY
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
nei din promptly I
be paid before thu 10th of this
June 1, lMi'l. 7i:-lw
Daily Jiulletin, fit) cent a month,
due lit tit
COTTAGE ON KINO
Street, fontn in nir l'ar-
lor, Diiiiug-room, '.' Hed
roouix, Ilatliroom, etc.: also
Carriage House and Stables,
l locality. Tmiuoars pass uvery
, jd'iu momiriiiv. Aiimy io
7tVU J. K. HOWLKR
DR. GEO. H. HUDDY,
... DE2STTIST ....
lleretania street noar Emma.
0 a, m. lo 5 r. x.
I Mivtml (ret,
The Daily Uulktin it delurred by , Daily Jiulletin, 60 centi a month.
ourneri for 60 cent per month.
I dtlivtretl re,