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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PltOM AND AFTER JUNE,1, 1803.
To Ewa Mm..
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEW8.
Cricket at 8 o'clock.
ARRIVAL OF THE PEKING.
Leivo Honolulu ...
Leave Pearl City....
Lcnvo Ewa Mill 0:21 10:411
Leave Pearl City 0:.Vi 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
O. Sitiuluvs oxcoited.
D. Saturdays excepted.
TIE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATUKDAY, JUNK 10, 1893.
Smutnvv, .lane 10.
SSCllv of l'oklng, Searle, 12 ilajs from
Btmr Jamas Makeo from Knuni
Stmr Polo from Makaweli
Btmr Kiinln from Wniannc mid Wniulita
Btmr Mokolli from Molokai
Btmr Wiiitnaiinlo from Maui anil Molokni
Btmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Ttig-of-vvar Monday morning nt 9
o'clock nt tho Ftehinarkot.
Diamond Head, 12 noon Weather,
liussy; wind, ficsli notlhcast.
Prof. Kuohwaldy, iu an exhibition
of tho inugiu art at tho Opoia Houpo
Tho steamer Hawaii brought
forty-live bond cattle from the other
Mrs. E. nrilondry and" child loft
on the steamer Kinau yesterday on
n visit to friends at llilo.
Sundry seasonable topics nro ably
discussed by the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co.'s .scribe iu this issue.
N. S. Sachs has just received a
now lot of Japanese cotton crape,
which ho oirers at S1.2o a piece.
Tho S. S. City of Poking is Hying a
tea ilag with tho vvoids, "The Cele
brated City of Poking Blond," on it.
Tim S ntiv .if P.ihimr will li.nim
for San Fiaueiseo at 2 o clock this
mail closing an hour
Saiuiidvy, Juno 10.
S B City of Peking, Searle, for S in Fran
cisco Vessels Leaving Tuesday.
Btmr Jas Mnkco for ICajvia at 4 y 111
Stmr Likclike for Hamakun .mil Hilo
btmr Miknlml.i for Kauai at.) p 111
Btmr Kuala for Kahuku and Punaluu
btmi Mokolii for Molok.il
btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Btmr Jns Makee 2550 bags sugar, 1 horse
and 5 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Pole .(o30 bags sugar,
btmr Knala 1021 bags sugar.
From the Orient, per S S City of Peking,
June 10 llev M O banders.
The steamer Knala brought thirteen deck
passengers this morning.
The workmen on tho dredge viewed with
evident satisfaction the coming into the
harbor of the S. S. City of Peking this
A large crowd was on the city front to
witness the docking of the S. B. City of
Peking. A favored few only were allowed
inside the Pacilie Mail wharf shed.
As Monday ha9 been proclaimed a
national holiday none of the inter-island
ntcamers will leave on that day. On Tues
day, however, there will be a regular ex
odus of island vessols.
There will be no Boi.w:ti.v issued
on Monday. The printers deserve a
holiday and think I bey ought to '
hae a free lunch. '
Tho visiting oleigymen aro feast
ing to-day on a wild boar and two
bullocks cooked iu tho giound at
All criminal cases woio remanded
in tho Di-lucl C0111L tlu.s morning.
One deserter wa oidored to return
to contiact oivico.
Tho steamer Likelike will take
tho steamer Claudine's louto to
Maui nest week. The Claiulino will
go on the Maiino Railway.
Four caro left the uiilvvay depot
this morning for Pearl City. They
contaiuod a croud of happy Sunday
school children on a picnic ocur
sion. Tho wiesliing tournament at tho
Boiotania stieet Awnory is one of
the attractions this evening. Don't
fail to witness tho "athletes at
Chailes J. McCarthy is iu town
fioin Pearl City. Chatloy lopoits
the pineapple faun in a lino coudi-
t ion and piomisos good, juicy pines
Mr. and Mrs. Caitwright aio 1
through passengers on tho S. S. City
of Poking. Mr. Carl w right is tho'
lato Chiof Customs Ullicer at
There wero thiity Chinese and si
Japaneso steeiage passengers by tho
S. S. City of Peking to-day for Ho
nolulu. In all, the steamer had 33o
Surgeon General W. Center, a le
tired English aruiy ollicor, is a
through pahaengeron tho S. S. City
of Peking, 011 his way to tho World's
Pair at Chicago.
Sho Was Dolayod in Sailing by tho
The O. & O. S. S. City of Poking,
R. Pi. Searle, commander, was sig
naled as twclvo milos oil at 5:15
o'clock this morning. As tho steam
er was over throe days ovorduo
much anxiety was folt as to tho
cause of her delay. A Hulletin re
porter, thiough tho kindness of Dr.
Trousseau, went out in tho doctor's
launch and mot tho stoanior off tho
harbor. Dr. Trousseau wont on
board and examined tho passengers
I and within a'fovv minutes his head
1 peeped over tho rail reporting, "all's
well, come aboard."
' An arrangement had previously
been made with tho agents that
should tho captain decide to como
into port, ho should lower tho Hag
on tho foromnst to half-mast. As
i soon as tho fact was reported to
Captain Searle ho lowered tho ensign
and tho City of Poking headed in
tho harbor, crossing tho bar at 7:15
o'clock, at low tide, safely. Tho
steamer was drawing 23 feet 6
inches. At 7:10 o'clock tho
steamer docked at tho Pacific Mail
whaif. She made the passago from
Yokohama in twolvo days, being do-
ln.ved in sailing by tho agents.
The Peking had one saloon pas
senger, 80 Chinese and 0 Japanese
and 1 Euiopcan steeiago passengers
for Honolulu, and tho following
cabin passengeis in transit:
V. U. Barnes, A. E. Beckor, Surg.
Gen. W. Center, J. B. Clark, Mrs. H.
E. Carpenter, Geo. Chappoll, Miss
Cunningham, Mr. ami Mrs. Cuil
w light. Miss Julia Duval, Mr. and
Mr. Emmants, Paul Ebray, Vv.
Guiding, C. 11 Higgins, Geo. Kup
peis, Mr. and Mrs. Mauuich, M. C.
Mielik, Mr. and Mrs. Meyois, T.
Machida, E. Noeht, Henri Pizot, Mr.
and Mrs. Keys. Capt. Rishby, Mrs.
II. T Scott, Mr. and Mrs. liobinsou,
Mr. and Mis. E. E. Sharp, Miss Tay
lor, Mi. Win. Thomas Col. ami Hon
Mi-. Waller, and Mr. Chen Sho
The Poking had only 1550 tons
fioight for this poit. Sho will leave
again at 2 o'clock this afternoon for
Tho Poking is of 3120 tonnage and
was built iu Chester, Fenn-ylvania,
in 1871. Sho is -123 feet in length,
18 foot breadth and 27.8 foot depth.
THAT STRANGER GUARD.
Thompson's All Right But What
About tho Homo Guards?
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. Chen Sho Sum, au envoy from
tho Chinese Government to Wash
ington, is on the Poking. Whilo
hero ho was shown through tho ptiD
lic buildings and over tho town by
Mr. Goo Kim, Chinese Commercial
Agout, and Mr. Ho Fon, editor of
tho Hawaiian Chinese News.
Fifty cents is a small doctor bill
but that is all it will cost you to
cure auy ordinary case of rheuma
tism if you use Chamberlain's Pain
Balm. Try it and you will bo sur
prised at tho prompt relief italfords.
Tho first application will quiot tho
pain. 50 cout bottles for sale by all
dealers, Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Special sermons will bo preached
at Central Union Church to-morrow
by Kovs. W. B. Oloson and II. H.
Parker, on "Schools" and "Homo
For tho bonofit of anxious aspir
ants for ollico jit may bo stated that
tho Eecutivo Council lias decided
to appoint no Deputy Registiar of
Mr. T. C. Porter, lato Ministor of
Finance, will leave on tho S. S. City
of Peking this afternoon. Mr. Poller
is the only passenger booked at the
office of 11. Hackfold 00 Co.
Henri Pizot, a retired Fionclui
naval ollicoi, passed thiough on tho
S. S. Cit3 of Peking to-day. Mons.
E. P. Thompson, tho now cus
toms guaid, has a letter iu tho Star
yesterday evening denying "a foul
accusation that he was dishonorably
discharged from tho U. S. S. Bos
ton." As tho Bulletin novor stated
that ho was dishonorably discharg
ed, why, Thompson is like tho
Adams' boat ciow when tho Bos
tons aio arouud simply out of
sight. It was one o the gun earners
in tho lato revolution who called tho
reporter's attention to tho fact of a
stiangor being given proforoneo for
a Government job, so the insinua
tion that a royalist wants tho job is
oxploded. Givo tho gun carriers of
tho country tho first chance, and not
stiuugors who can get out of the
country auy time they like. At all
evouts the Bulletin is established
for the benefit of all, and the men
who aro snubbed alter having been
used liavo one place they can got a
Judge Coopor Refuuos to Sot Aside a
Dood to King Kalakaua.
A decision was filed this morning
by Judgo Coopor in tho Circuit
Court, on tho onso of Annie Eilika
lani Ulukou vs. H. It. II. tho Queen
Dovvagor Knpiolani. It was a bill in
equity to cnucol a deed made 13' tho
plaintiff and hor mother, now de
ceased, to his late Majesty Kala
kaua and H. R. H. Knpiolani. In
1871 Kalakaua oxocuted a deed to
G. W. Lilikalani conveying sundry
pieces of laud thoroin mentioned
for tho sum of .S1250. A loaso be
tween tho saino parties for several
lots of land was oxocuted tho same
year, to run for twenty years at an
annual rental of $100. G. W. Lili
kalani died iu 1874. In April, 1885. I
thoplaintilTnnd her mother oxocuted
a deed to Kalakaua and Kapiolaui, 1
by which they conveyed all tho
lands proviousby convoked by Kala
kaua to Lilikalani, for the consider-
ation, expressed, of one dollar and
tho leleaso from all obligations to
pay the rent agreed to bo paid by
Lilikalani by tho lease of Get. 1,
1871. It is this dood that is sought
to bo cancelled.
It is contended on the part of tiio t
plaintiff that her mother and her
self wero induced to sign the deed
by reason of a ptoiniso lo pay a sti
pend of .$70 a month to them, and
I that such promiso was made for tho
purpose of cheating and dofrauding
them, and also that they woio under
I duress and in fear of the king. It 1
scorns to tiio Judge that these con
1 tontions on tho pail of tho plaintiff
I are not iu haimony with each other,
for if the piotniso to pa' was the iti-
dticonient which caused them to
I sign the deed then thoro was no
legal duress, and, further, thoro hav- )
ing been a promise to pay a con
sideration, which certainly was not ,
shown to be inadequate, tiioio is no 1
reason for sotting aside the deed on !
I that ground, but tho parties must
bo left to their action at law, to 011- '
force tho p:ymeut of tho obligation.
As to the question of duress, Judge
Coopor takes full cognizance of the .
habitual deference of Hawaiiaus to
their chiefs, but he finds in effect '
that the evidence in this case has
piovod too much. If those people
wero in such aw o and dread of the
king as to bo amenable to his slight
est wish or demand, it was strango
that thoy should have hold out
against tho king's lequest, often re
peated, that they should sign tho
deed, for more than ton years. Tho
plaintiff testified that although sho
looked upon the wish or dosiro of
tho king as a rule which sho must
Mr. Pavtd 3f. Jordan
of Edtncslou, N. Y.
Colorless, Emaciated, Helpless
A Complete Cure bf HOOD'S
Tills Is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and one of the most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
" Fourteen joarsngo I had an nttnckof the
ETavcl.nuil liavo slnco boon troubled wltu ray
Livor and Kidnoya
Gradually growing worse. Tlirco joars ago I
got down so low that I couliUcnrccIr wnlU.
I looked moro llko a crno than a llv Ins belnR.
1 had no nppotlto and lor llvo wcoks I ijio
nothing bin rucl. 1 was haulv einaclatod
and lnd no 111010 rolortliali rt ninrblc Mnluc.
Hood's SarsaranlU was recomim'iulod and I
tliouEhtlwouVl try it. Before Iliad flnlslied
the flist bottlo I noticed that 1 felt letter, suf
fered less, tho Inflntmuittion at Uo bind
der had subsided, tho color began to roturn to
ray face, and I beenn to feci hnnnrjr. Alter
I find taken tlirco boltlos 1 could eat anytlilnR
without hurting me. , Why, 1 not so haKry
tint I had to u.it r times a day. I liavo now
fully recovered, thanks to
K feel well oud ma ttrll. A" who know
mo marvel lo soo mo so w ell." I). M. JortDAK.
HOOD'S Plt-LG nr thoLost aflor-dlaner H1U,
ualtt dlEestlon, euro Uoadatho oud bUlomuetl.
llOllUOV, NT.WMAX A; CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Island8.
N. S. SACHS
Bao inort Street, Honolulu.
dimmer Dress Materials
Newest Materials ! Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee I Cotton Chaille!
bight and Dark around Kllcets Pretty Patterns J
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Jlluc, Cardinal and Ulnck;
KINK KIQUHKI) MUSLINS IN NKW DLSIGXd,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
llrocaded A. l'laln Chniuhrlcs,
J'.ider-down in Pink, Oream and Baby
Polka Dot Muslins,
a coMPi.irri: assoutment of.
rigured Irish Lawns.
L. J. I.ovoy Lessen Si Manager.
Grand Magical, Optical & Musical
In Fluids, Cheoks and Strlpoa,
Xf&, Uoine mid eo tho White (ioods we are selling nt 7, Omul Sjards for? 1. W&
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
on his wa
take in the World's Pair
home to France.
Much Ado About Nothing.
Tho publication of the, cjuoon's
power of attorney moroly brings to
light a docuinont vor' loosely drawn
by Mr. Hartvvoll, which was only to
be used as a last resort and which
after Mr. Neumann's arrival in Wash
ington ho saw no occasion for pre
senting to either tho President or
tho assistant Secretary of State. 1
None but a person drowning iu tho
flood of iudisputablo evidence of
wrong-doing, would clutch at such
a llimsy straw as tho Advoitiser man
does when he says "Pan."
Colonel Waller, an English army
ollicoi, and Hon. Mrs. "Waller aro on
their way to the World's Pair on
thoS. S. Oily of Peking. Whilo in
town tho visited all points of inter
est. An annular hacluio in a window
of the .Judiciary Department olliec,
discoveied by the clerks on amval
for duly this morning, is attiibnted
to a fugitive baseball. The 'liutler
iiihido is aluo broken.
A Japaneso Laborer Falls Under a
Steam Plow at Makaweh.
A Japanese laboior al tho Maka
weli plantation mot with a vorj
painful accident on Tuesday last.
The J ap v as -,it t ing on t ho .sled of one
of t ho nt earn plo w.- i n mot ion vv hen t ho
plow struck a bowlder, the shock be
ing strong enough to throw tho la
bin or under the machine. The plow
passed over one side of tho man,
smashing his -arm aud ono of his
The Jap was picked up and surgic
al assistance given him. When the
tho steamer Polo left yesterday (he
man wa-j still living, although there
wore .slim hopes of his recovery.
follow at all limes, yet iu this case
notwithstanding tho king hail called
upon thorn and requested thorn to
sign tho deed, and had sent thorn a
letter in which he offered to pay tho
monthly stipend of 570, still, when
tho deed came by tho king's messen
ger sho was unwilling to sign it, but
was finally induced to do so by her
mother, who considered that it was
best for hor to do as tho king wished
and to receive tho money every
month, for if they Kept the land hor
husband might sell it.
If tho deed had been obtained by
a demand upon the parties 'which
thoy could not in their situation
have refused, tho Judge says ho
would look upon tho case in a very
different light. Tho claim that tho
promiso to pay tho 570 was mado
with tho intent to defraud the plain
till", it booms lo tho Court, cannot be
gone into in this ease. His Honor
concludes: "I am thoieforo forced
lo the conclusion that no sutlicieut
ground has been shown for granting
tho prayer of the plaintiff, and for
that reason the bill must bo di-nniss-ed;
aud it is so ordered. Decree ac
coidingly." W. K. Ca-,tlo for plaiutiff; P. M.
Hatch for defendant.
Just Opened a Large Line
Mr. Levey I in h the honor to announce to
tho L'.idii'sand Gentlemen of Hono
lulu that he hiiHinade a spe
cial engagement with
Professor B. Ruchwaldy
To aiienr at the Opera lloue on
Saturday Night, June 10th,
A treat which hn never been surpT-ed in
For Particulars See Programme!
fjy Box Plan for Unserved Scats open
at L. J. Lovu.i N (.11 Wednesday. 743-dt
Race Horses For Sale !
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
LEices -in. all "WicLtlis,
KINDS OF BELTS,
Oray Stallion. Also,
" KZ-OLXJIL. .A.25TI
The Fopular lierman Dry Goods Store,
7 5 FORT STREET
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS
IB. ZF EIEIIIliinilRS 3c GO.
SS FORT STK.E3E3T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
U.v Marc bv
'Shenandoah," full siiter
SXf Hoth animals in full training, and
can bu -ecu at K.iplol.mi rate track for
about onu tul. I' or particular- applv to
WRESTLING --:-- TOURNAMENT
The Booth estate, corner
The Wrestling Tournament.
Tuo weights of the contestants in
tho wrestling tournament this even
ing aro as follows:
Clias. Roso 1J5 lbs.
K. Naknina 151 "
J. Spoucor 155 "
U. Jones 1-10 "
G. Maiino 185 "
S. Widdiiiold 1415 "
Tho contest commences at 8 o'clock.
Thoro will bo a toinporaneo moot
ing at tho Y. M. C. A. hall this
evening when tho following program
will bo rendered:
Violin and Piano Prayer mid air from
JJer KrcNehutic . Mlm Pat.v
Kong Mr. Levi Lyman
UeauMmr .... Mrs. W. W. Hall
Song l)car Heart Miss Klomuiing
ltecilation .... Mr. Murphv
Temperance Address Prof, Thco. Iticliards
Dr. M. J. Davis ib a prominent
nhvsicinn of Lewis, Cass comity,
Iowa, and has been actively engaged I
in tho practice of medicine at that '
place for tho past thirty-live yuaiu.
On tho '211th of May, whilo in Dos
Moines en route to Chicago, ho was
suddenly taken with an attack of
diarrhcea. Having bold (Jhumbur
lain'ri Colio, Choleia and Diarrcea
liomody for tho past seventeen yearn,
aud knowing its loliabtlity, ho pio
onred a 25 cunt bottlo, two does of
which completely cured him, The
excitement and change of water and
diet incident to traveling often pro
duce a diarrluun. Eve tj one should
procure a bottle of thin Itemed be
fore leaving home. For sale by all
douloiri. Buiirton, Smith i; (Jo.,ngoiiU
for the Hawaiian Islands
anu and Hotel street, was knocked
down to-day to Mr. C. JJ. lii-mop,
mortgagor, for SISJM). A slioil
whilo ago a lot of about one-twelfth
of.tho land t-ohl for JJIKIUO.
There will be au o.cnrioii to the
Evva plantation on Mummy. .Sp'vial
tia'uia will bo run iluiiug the day,
and all uxcin.siouisls will be given
au opportunity to vvitne-s I he mons
ter htcam plows at woik near the
The P. G. band will play at the
ba'-eball game between the Ka
niohainoliai aud the Havvaiii lliia
afternoon. A tattling game i- '-
nected, as t ant. lliinupnou ol tiio
From Fiiond to Friond
Goes the . story of the ecelloneo of
llood'b .Saiaaparilla and what it ha-
aeeoiuplishi'd, and this is the .strong
eit advertising which is ilono on be
half of thih medicine. We endeavor
to tell honestly what llood'b .Sarba
pniilla is and what it will do, but
what it litis dour in far more impor
tant and far more potent. Its un
equalled record of cures is sure to
convince tho.so who have uevor tried
Hood's .Sars-aparilla that it is an ex
Aro you insured? If not, now is
tho time to provide yourself and
family with a bottlo of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrluea
lluniedy as au iiibiiraiice againat any
serious results- from an attack of
bowel complaint during tho summer l"'t rm:
months. It is almost eeitain to be , , ,, , ,, .
needed ami hhouid bo procured at , Championship of the Hawaiian Islands
once. No other 101110113' win take its
place or do its work. 25 and 50 -TO r'K,: ,,,AtK-
cont bottles for sale by all dealers. Saturday Evening, June 10th.
j)oii3on, Aimin iv uo a'rouib lor tue
IN (1KKAT VAIULPy
Daily Unlit tin,
oO tents a month,
TO LET OB LEASE
with board at Hani-
llavvaiis has got hi-, men through
The .Masonic ladies piomi'o to
givo all attending tho luau at Ka
lihi 011 Monday, pigs, eliickeim and
turkeyn cookei'l underground. The
young ladies aio making the lounds
of gaideii." for flowers, so you needn't
go abioad for decoialions.
The kindergaileii schools gave an
exhibition in Queen Ivnina 11. ill ye.s
teiday afternoon, about one bun
died 3oung ones being pio.soiit. The
wee tots went through the dill'oiont
evolutioiih in great stylo. -Mi. Frank
Damon, Miss liireh Funning and
Mi-s .Minnie Kinney had chaige of
tho dlfl'eielit classes,
According to Jap in paper II. I.
R. 11. Archduke Fniins l'Vrdiniind of
Aiirtiia is jixpeeiotl to ar'iivo in
Hongkong about the middle of July
and remain as the gue.it of II. li. the
Governor Sir William Robinson foi
eight dav.s. Canton and the various
places oi iuteuMt 111 and mound I h"
colons will h visited, but as the
Aicluiuke coiiiKs as a private iudiv 1
dual it H not probable I hat auv
public fuuelioii at Hongkong will
I tuko plitco,
Rooms to let
Root Beer on
Smith A: Co.'s.
draught at DeiiFou,
rpili: OOlTAOi: AT NO.
JL 2."s King ftnet, lilcly
01 copied In Mr. M.h. Levy,
c 0111 1u11i111r.il IfdroniiH. Par-
i.. 1....1." in... 1 1 1 .7777 .. rr7. .
Hir. Jiilllllg lui.ui, ixiiuiiuii 111111 ii.iiiiiii.jiii ,
Stable iu vard; Artesiuit Water laid on,
1'or nartlciiluisaud tirius, applj to
7.".(Hf AHlt. l'KUNAM)i:X..
Tahiti: mill iir. v
Neck Tag-of-War Tournament
KOK CASH Pltl.LS.
Weight, I.1O lb.
nou o)un to all comers,
and nut exiicdiug UM lbs-.
M. L. MINER, D. V. B.
PlIVII UN AMI
INDIA DIMITY IN W1IITK and COI.OIlLD-.Tust suitable for this elimato.
KNOTTED SWISS-A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
TOO fHOO PONGi:i:-KKAT NOVKLT1KB
Silk.a.liii and. "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
C$T Dressmaking Under tho Management ol MISS K. CLARK. JS3
To Lot or Loaso.
TO If i LET.
JL. Kitchen lit
rear of .
Chr. lierU'M Shoe fetoru utJ
IU ! Kort Stieet. Annly to
71H-Jt I'll It. liLKTZ.
i:w housu ok rivn
roouin, 011 Magazine
Htrcet, with Ilathroum, lat
ent W. ('.. etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Applv
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
1 Puni'iidicd House at Palaina near Re
formatory Sv.hool $ per Month.
1 Cottage on lleretania Street tio per
1 Cottage on lleretania Street, opposite
I) Stores on Niiuauu Street, near Uore
7 111-1 vv
WOMAN WANTS TO DO
Ni:hi:('ONl)-HAM)SAFKi AS GOOD
as new. Applv antler "II," tut'
After shaving u.so Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith ivc Co.,Agenls.
Sunbuin lelioved nt once by Cu
.'uiiiber Tonic. Iteiihon, Smith iV Co.,
Dr. McLuiinan, l!U Fort btieot.
above Hotel. Cliionie and Surgical
case. Mutual Telephone 082.
Dr. Geo, II. Huddy, D. 1). S., has
lemoved his ollicu fioin Kingbtroet
to lleietauia . stieet, near Emma.
W. H. ilnui-011, piano and organ
inner, has loluriiod from Kauai and
may be found al the Ailington
Hotel as iiniial.
'iof. F. Uoiuliard, A. U., will eou
tiiuie giving iiistiuotion 111 private
aud iu classes; Freiuth, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakea Miuul,
near Y. M. C. A.
Captain (leiiei d Aims of I'ulu is
10 In. iicullml foi lelliiig oxuKnruU d
tlurioo uf involution on lliu ielunil.
Ollice: Hotel Stables. Olllcc Hours: K to
IU a. m.j l:.!0to:i:.iU r. m.
Koidciiiu with Dr. K. L. Miner, llereta
nia street. All calls will rural vo prompt
I'. M. WAKEFIELD,
ArroitM'V ami C011j.Hn1.1n1t at Law.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN.
COTTAGE TO LET.
near Queen's ibmiitul; Hi
liooms. Kent $lti, Anntv
to L. adli:i:,
IU Niiliantl st., Hoot A (shoe store.
g Lots ana 3 Fish Ponds on
the road to Waikiki.
House aud 1it on lleretania street near
PeiiMieola. 1jt aw feet frontage nd
1 ID feet deuii.
Also, a Valuable Ulock of llriek lluild-
iugs iu the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Balo.
wiiiTi: hull ti:u-
nor inn 11. jv suit- ti-c.sl,
fihln lmtaiil ulll hi, nahl lor .v
hur iliilivri v nt the IliM.i i.n.siittliib
Ollico. Anjono found in ikisslsmoii of
1 said aiiiuuif after publlratiuii of this notice
will he pio-eciitcif. 71')-It
I TO LET
House lontaiiiliig Par
1 lor, Siuokiiig Itoom, Two
I 1 11 ri.rci Itedrooms. lliuiuu-
I room and KUchtui, Veiaiiilas ami l.aual,
Woodioom. Itatliiooiii and Pali lit W. (',
ile.iutiful Laigu (Irounds, containing Or
iiamcutul, hiiailu and l'ruil Tiers, Flowers
1 aud Large (linpo Aibor. Ouibuildliig con
tains Washroom, bei unit's Hooni, Tool
room, Chicl.uu House iiud Yard, and Large
( arrlagu House with all improvements.
In fuct the place 111111 Hen 10 lie airc
clatid. To a permanent quirt family a
liirgiun will bu madr reldoiiiollerid. 111
rent vlih or with"ut Carrhign lluuw.
House FuriiUhed or Dnfuiiiblied. Our
'mile from Poit Olllie; 0110 block Irinu
lieu inula c tiiM tears. Al.o, ft New i-iuom
Collage with all modern liiiprovriuciiti at
low lent Healthiest pirl ol the town, 110
1 bad uiells, or atnuliuut wuler. Aiinlv ut
Teuiiorary ofllee with Mr. ('. W. Ashford.
.Merchant st., llonnlulu. II. I.
3DK,. :&. GOTO, !
Physician : and : Surgeon
Bell Tolephone IBS.
Can be lonsultediit his residence at Keone
ula, oil the iiiuul.u side of King Strict, aud
Lwasideof l.lliha Street, house formerly
occupied by Mr. O. I.. Desha. 7iu-lf
J NOTICE. I
ll'l CAN IIP. OF ANY bl'.UVICin'O
I JL ,vou Iu the waj of Sharpening Scissors, 1
Carving KiiImb, Uumi Mowers, Filing I
1 haws, Iteiiairiug hpriuklors and Water 1
Taps and Mvinu Pipe. Mihlering Tinware, !
I betting ilhiss, ISeimfiing Furniture or I
1 Mending llaideii llo'-e, elc, etc., nlea-e
i ring up Mutual Ti Icjdiono No. 152 before
I 11 , M or 111 tmeii li and I :.!) r. M. 1
! 7lstf N F. lIFIU.Kbh. '
ON ACCOUNT OF llF.I'AltlDIti: Mil.
X. b. b.ich inpiiwts llial all iiciounts
I duo him be paid hefoiu the Full of this
I month. .
I Honolulu, Juno 1, 1A. 7KMw I
OX13 llLOCICFUOM UK
retauia street cms, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tage 01 rnx iiooius, uirge '
Lot. Stable and Chicken Hun
K. It. HF.NDltY.
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
O. 13. UOAUDMAN,
nilse. Applv to
STORE AND HALLS FOR LEASE.
JL Foster lllock, Xuiiuuu
strut near Merchant, can
be leased for a term ol
vears. Also, Two Desirable Halls 011 the
tipper Floor suitable for lodge purpoe.
ppiy 10 vv. l U&TJJU.
('urrlaue IIoumi and Htablu
lunilltj. 'Inimc.trs p.is ovury
uciit iiioiicratu. Appiy to
71o-tf .1. F. llOWLKIt
Iv I. Ml 4 ,nfa --,
, etc , aUo3iiiWii
FOR JSALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Itriomiuciidcd sjieclally by Conimis
sioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight.
10 11 SAL13 11 Y
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
DR GEO. H. HUDDY,
... 3DEJ3STTIST ....
Oi ru 1.: lleretania street near Uiuuiu.
OlHIK Hlll'Ks: 11 a. u. to 6 I', vj,
The Unity ttutktin u iUlixrmi by ,
carnVri or 60 onU per month, I
60 yn1t a montht
j' n oa! -iimlf mlit.mi