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OAHD RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTEU JUNE 1, 1893.
To Ewa Mux.
Loavo Pearl Olty,
Arrivo Ewa Mill.
Lctivo Ewa Mill 0:21 10:13
Lenvo Pearl Oitv 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:53
A. Saturdays only.
O. Sundays cxcoptcd.
D. Saturdays oxccptcd.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1893.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS, j
Diamond Head. 3 p. m. Weather,
cloudy; wind fresh northeast.
Stockholders of the Waianno Com
pany will hold a mooting on Tues
day, Juno 27.
Court Camoos'No.TlTo A. O. F.
meets this evening at 7:30 o'clock for
tho initiation of members.
Tho barliontino Diseovorj', Capt.
D. MoNoill. will sail for San Fran
cisco at 2 o clock to-morrow.
Lucion Clark, a dosertor from tho
barkoutino Discovery, was captured
to-day and returned to that vessol.
Tho house of Mr. Kobt. Catton,
Kinnu street, was entered tho other
night and two watches woro stolon.
A goutloman passing tho Quoon
stroot gate of tho Judiciary building
lato Saturday night, camo unawares
on tho guard on duty there kissing
DOWN THE IltON ROAD.
Sunday, Junu 11.
Am ship Kate Davenport, Reynolds, 1!)
days from San Francisco
Stmr Clnudlue from Maul
Stmr O H Bishop from Hanamnulu
Btmr Walalealo from Hamakua
Strur Iwulani from Kauai
Monday, June 12.
Schr Millo Morris from Koolau
Bohr Mokuolu from Ewa
Tuesday, Juno 13.
Stmr W G Hall from Hawaii and Maul
Tui:sday, Juno 13.
Stmr Jas Mokeo for Kapaa at 4 p m
Stmr Llkcliku for Hamakua and Hilo
Stmr Kaala for Kahnku and I'unaluu
Stnu Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bk Discovory, McNeill, for San Fran
cisco at 2 p m
Stmr Waialcalo for Lahaina and Hamakua
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr C It Bishop for Kuuui
Stmr Iwulani for Makawcli at 5 p m
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
givo a concort at tho Hawaiian Hotol
to-morrow ovoning for tho benefit of
passengers by tho S. S. Australia duo
Kaulahao, a oho fa gamester, was
sentenced to pay a fine of S100 in
tho District Court this morning.
Isabolla Maria Maehado was lined
$100 for selling liquor without a
THE LUAU AT KALIHI.
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr W Q Hall 4588 bags sugar, 28)4 b"b's
iwa, u uuis limes, su ua
, 3 goats, 30 hogs and
coil'eo, 70 bags awa, U bdls hides, 30 hd
cattle, i uonuey,
75 pkgs snds.
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr V G
Hall, Juno 13 Bishop Willis, H H H Poo
maikelani and svt, Mrs J II Conev and svt,
E W Fuller. Judgo J H S Martin. N K
Hedge, W H Cornwoll, J K Nahale, E VV
McDade, L Ohong, Judge 1) Kahaulelio, It
Horner, It Suhstag, J Kaclcniakule, Jos
Poepoe, J W Kualmoku, Misses Wills (3),
"W 1? Reynolds, Mrs A Kali and 2 children,
Mrs M K Keohokalole, Miss M Keomu
kani and 105 deck.
The American ship Kato Davenport, E
B Itevnolds master, arrived on Sunday, 10
davs from Port Blakel
cargo of lumber for Allen it ltobinson
likely with the following
go of Inmher for Allen it ltobinson : 14,-
238ft N W It. 23.703ft planed. U5,U77f t T & G ,
and 400 bales shingles.
BUSH On fie mh inst., to tho wife of
John E. Bush, a daughter.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Seven Chiueso prisonors arrived by
tho steamer W. G. Hall to-day.
Prof. Ruchwaldv's entertainment
at "the Opera House on Saturday
evening was poorly patronized, and
the performance was not up to its
Two 'largo hampers of fish woro
brought up from Pearl harbor by a
Chinaman on yostorday evening's
train. The collection was topped
off with several young sharks, both
man-eating and hammor-head varie
ties. Mr. A. E. Murphy, a well-known
dry goods clerk and popular elocu
tionist, will this afternoon marry
Miss McLano, daughter of Mr. John
McLano. The young couple will
visit tho Volcano on their honey
Mrs. Peter Leo, wife of tho mana
ger of the Volcano House, died at
Punaluu on Friday last. Sho had
boon ailing tor some tune, ana was
forced to relinquish a trip abroad
with her husband, who is now in the
"" United States, a few weoks ago. Hor
body was taken to tho Volcano Houso
"Walter G. Smith, editor of tho
Star, was arrested on a poual sum
mons at 12:20 o'clock Saturday after
noon on a charge of libel. Ho was
allowed at liberty on his own recog
nizance. Tho alleged libel is in an
article published in Friday's Star,
headed, "Horr Rothschild van Kat
zanjanunor." Mr. Smith will appear
for examination to-morrow.
Tho entertainment at the Y. M. C.
A. on Saturday ovoning was well
attended. Mr. P. C. Jones, as usual,
presided ovor tho assembly, making
an opening address in which ho
stated that those eutortaiuments
woro a revival of the Blue Ribbon
Lcaguo and would be held once a
month. Mr. Jones advised the use
of the bichloride of gold troatmout
for inebriates. Aftor a very good
musical entertainment Mr. Theo.
Richards closed the meeting with a
tomporanco address. It may bo
mentioned that thoru are at present
two casos at the Queen's Hospital
undergoing tho bi-chlorido of gold
Professor Frioman of
Oregon, a well-known chef do cuisine.
will matoriiilizo ou tuo Australia to
morrow anu uercalter preside over
tho destinies of Sans Souci for Mr.
U. S. Minister J. H. Blount and
wife returned from Maui on tho
steamor Claudino on Suudiiy morn
ing. Mr. Chas. NordholF and Miss
Eva Nordhoil were also passengers
by the same vessel.
Tho Weekly Bclltjtin published
tins morning contains tho only truo
and impartial record of Hawaiian af
fairs, and is therefore the best news
paper to soiul to menus abroad.
Mailed to any address abroad for 5
People troubled with "la grippe"
should call in at Hollistor & Co.'s,
where thoie is for sale a capital arti
clo warranted to relievo the sufferer
from tho attacks of this insidious
disease. See thoir advertisement
Tho baseball same of Saturday
afternoon was won by tho Kamoha
mehas aftor a rather one-sided game,
scoring 13 runs in eight innings.
The Hawaiis scored live runs in tho
ninth inning. Yesterday tho Ka
meliamehas defeated tho Crescents;
score, 10 to 0.
Saturday afternoon a drunkou
young native ou a safety took sov
oral tumbles on Boretauia street.
Besides risking his own neck in that
way he ran into a street car, tho
mulos drawing which took fright
and struck oil" at a gallop, requiring
brakes hard down to check tJioui.
One of tho guards at tho Judiciary
building lirod a shot at a shadow at
11:20 o'clock Saturday night, tho
ballot whistling dangerously near
another guard stationed at tho op
posite gate. When asked by tho
corporal why ho fired tho shot, ho
replied, "I thought. I saw somebody.
W. Howes, A. Lindstrom, P. Carl
son and J. Column woro arrested
prowling around Thomas Square at
1:10 o'clock Sunday moruiiig. As
tho men could not givo an account
of thoinsolvos, thoy were taken to
the Station ami charged with vag
rancy. Thoy will appear in tho Dis
trict Court to-morrow.
Tho Hawaiiau Band will givo an
out-door concert at Sans Souci to
morrow ovoning for tho entertain
ment of passongors by tho S. S. Aus
tralia, and tho public in gouoral aro
cordially invited to attend. Japan
ese and Chiueso lanterns will lend
enchantment to the picturesque
beauty of tho grounds.
A colored bluejacket was flung
from his mustang at Emma and Bo
retauia streets Saturday afternoon.
Ho was not hurt badly but his com
rades all dismounted to fix him up
again, and one of them lacerated a
finger somehow. Tho mzo of
crowd that gathered would have
done justico to a dog fight.
Many Pooplo Tako Their Holiday
Outing by tho Railway.
It was necessary to put an oxtra
first-class car on tho morning train
for Ewa yostorday a fow minutes bo
fore starting. A goodly proportion
of tho heavy train load wont on to
Ewa plantation, whoro thoy got a
glimpse of steam plowing and had
forty minutes to soo tho manufac
ture of raw sugar by tho diffusion
process. Tho air wasdolightful and
tho oxeursiouists woro well ploasod
with tho trip.
A largo picnic party bosidos somo
straggling ('roups not off at tho
Peninsula to spend tho day. Thoso
who had not boon thoro for a fow
months woro surprised at tho
changes. Mr. Watorhouso has built
a little villago of his own, with a
church having a boll on it included,
and exhibits a plot of healthy-looking
pineapples in tho foreground.
Thoro is an opon station into which
tho train runs.
Somo pooplo visited tho pineanulo
plantations on tho lands overlooking
Pearl City. A considerable aroa of
tho Pearl City Fruit Co.'s plants is
in fruit, and a" shipment was lately
made by tho company on tho steam
or Miowera for tho Northwost.
Thousands of plants aro coming for
ward healthily. Mr. McLean, tho
manager, has overcoino tho difficul
ties encountered at the beginning
and tho enterprise now promises
success. Watermelons and tomatoes
aro raised on tho plantation, and
there aro thousands of orange,
lemon, lime and other trees planted
and in a thriving condition. Bananas
aro cultivated on somo of tho field
Adjoining the ono just mentioned
is tho plantation of tho Woodlawn
Fruit Co. It has suffered from hav
ing had a great many changes of
manager. Mr. C. J. McCarthy is
now in charge of it, and has reduced
tho cultivation to something like a
system. Many thousands of seed
pines had boon lost through impro
per packing and frost in transit, but
thoiearonow 15,000 plants coming
along in ovon growth which promise
to yield a good crop. Liko tho other,
this plantation has man fruit trees
planted. It has probablj' passed the
stage of costly oxporiment. and will
henceforth have somothing to show
for tho expenditure of mono' and
Both plantations have largo areas
not yet tickled by tho plow, but tho
cultivation of whiuh must await a
more ample supply of water.
Perhaps tho finest plot of pine
apples for the size, throughout the
islands, is to bo seen on tho promises
Yesterday morning Mr. Jos. Tin
ker took his family out for a ride,
but beforo he got quite away he had
occasion to go back, entering and
leaving the houso through the roar
door, lie forgot to roiock tho door
ou coming out. The family returned
in tho evening and found the place
had beeu burglarized. A small iion
safe containing valuable curios and
money was taken.
Specials Kamaua and Makaila
made another raid ou a cho fa bank
below tho China Engine House,
Maunakoa street, t his morning. Thoy
captured Kaula (w.) and Kaili (.k.)
with forty-four cho fa tickets. No
money was secured. Tho women is
owner of the bank, which is ono of
these S20 and 30 banks, where uino
times out of ten one loai!.
of Mr. J. L. Torbert, .adjacent to tho
plantations before uiontioned. There
aro soveral hundred plants, with
fruit remarkably even in size which
will avorago from 9 to 10 pounds.
Somo specimens of this fruit havo
lately been shown in town. Mr.
Torbert has used fertilizers on this
From all tho points denoted and
others in tho neighborhood of tho
railway tho holiday keepers gathered
to tho afternoon train for Honolulu.
Everybody seemed to bo better for
tho sunshine and tho breezes ex
perienced. Tho train was crowded.
A LONG PULL.
The Kapuukolos Defeat the Poolas
After an Interesting Tug.
Tho Fishmarket was fairly crowd-
wl vncl .irilfii mnrniti f r tlm .i(trniinn
being tho long-talkod of tug-of-war
match for 30 a side botween the
champion Kapuukolo and tho Poola
(dock laborers) teams. Tho gross
weight of the Kapuukolo team was
1019 pouuds, or an average of 1-15
pounds, while tho Poolas tipped tho
scales at 1017 pounds, avorago about.
119 pounds. The pull was begun
promptly at 9 o'clock, and aftor an
interesting tussle the Kapuukolos
pulled tho Poolas over; time, 1 hour
and -10 minutes. Both teams were
pretty well fagged after tho tug.
Tho Kapuukolos have an opon chal
lenge to any team, oven desiring to
meet a team from either of tho war
ships in port.
Tho following aro tho names of
tho champion Kapuukolos: Kaalole,
13(5 lbs.; Hikiau, Ml lbs.; Hooma
uawauui, lot) lbs.; Kaona, 131 lbs.;
Kale, 112 lbs.; Ki, Kit) lbs., and-Ka-kaha
(anchor), 150 lbs.
Tho following is the Poola team:
Umi, 117 lbs.; Lui, 1132 lbs.; John
Anothor Big Lift.to tho Masonic Tom
Tho Masonic ladies' native luau at
tho Kalihi rosidouco of Mr. A. Hor
bort, yostordny, was a success in
ovory way, tho rocoipts amounting
to 379.75 with additional "tick"
mouoy to bo collected. A special
train loft tho depot at 10:30 o'clock,
followed by another at 11:30. As
tho destination was only a little ovor
n mile from towu it was only a fow
minutes' rido when guests woro
dumped within a hundred yards of
tho grounds. Quito a number wont
down in busses, hacks and privato
carriagos. Tho ladies composing
tho executive committee had prom
ised a real Hawaiian feast and every
ono was prepared to rough it, viz.,
oat with thoir fingers. A favored
fow only woro supplied with forks.
A sea captain, aftor sitting down, re
marked, "I don't mind eating with
my flugors, but I miss my Irish
potatoes." Over threo hundred por-
sous sat down to tho first table.
Every Hawaiiau dish imaginable was
furnished on tho tables, and there
was more than enough to satisfy the
most hungry. Thoro wero turkoj-,
chicken, baked fish and roast pig, all
cooked under ground. Mrs. W. L.
Wilcox and Mrs. Wnl. Auld superin
tended tho cooking department and
presided ovortho tables, assisted by
an clliciout. ooVps of native helpers.
Tho tables wero under a tempo
rary lanai, gaily decorated with over
greens. Thoro was also a lanai
erected for dancing, and decorated
with Hawaiiau anil Amorican flags.
Prof. Bergor and his baud woro in
attendance and played fine dancing
Tho flower girls wero in it from
tho start and somo of tho "boj's"
had to put away their dollars and
keep only small change in thoir
poekots, as the girls never gave any
chaugo back. Thoy netted .?ti8.50.
During tho afternoon Mr. J. A. Has
singor mounted tho platform and
auctioned off tho fancy articles re
maining from last week's sale at tho
Arlington. In addition to tho fancy
articles a gavol made in tho form of
a hatchot out of Hawaiian woods
and a painting of Diamond Head
woro sold. They woro presented by
a mason and tho wife of a mason.
Tho sale netted about $08.50.
Tho following is tho oxecutivo
cominitteo who personally superin
tendent tho whole affair: Mrs. J. A.
Hassinger, (chairman), Mrs. J. S.
McGrow, Mrs. A. Fuller, Mrs. E. D.
T011113', Mrs. A. Brown, Mrs. M. N.
Sanders, Mrs. J. II. Sopor, Mrs.
Chas. Williams, Miss Fiukler, Miss
D. Noouau, Mrs. T. Sorensou and
Mrs. Dr. Wood.
Torm Closing Recitations to bo Givon
From 9 to 12 o'clock to-morrow
tho torm closing recitations of Ka
tnehameha School will be held as
Room 1. First. Class. Mr. D. R.
Ruovsky. Goomotry; Political Eco
nomy; English Litoraturo.
Room 2. Second Class. Mr. R.
B. Anderson. Algebra; Studios in
Gonoral History; Paraphrasing.
Room 3. Third Clas. Mr. G. H.
Babb. Proportion; Compositions;
Room-1. Fourth Class. Mr. U.
Thompson. Newspaper Correspon
dence; Percentage; Object Lesson
Room 5. Fifth Class. Mrs. G.
H. Babb. Denominate numbers;
Reproduction of Story; Lettor
writing. Room (5. Sixth Class. Miss Ka-
thorino Popo. Reproduction (Geo
graphy); Simplo Fractions; Roading.
Tho graduating exorcises will bo
held in Kawaiahao Church at 7:30
Allon Hutchinson's Latost Triumph
in tho Plastic Art.
Mr. Allen Hutchinson, the well
known sculptor, has recently finish
ed anothor of his mastorly series of
busts representative of typos of dif
ferent nations. His latest effort is a
charmingly modelled study in clay
of a young Japanese maid, Osotsu
by name. Although tho pose givon
to tho subject is a very difficult ono,
3-ot tho sculptor has boon very suc
cessful in his rendering of tho
almond oyed beauty, the way in
which the linos of tho neck aro re
presented being worthy of especial
1 praise. Usotsu glances coquottislily
I upwards over the fan which sho
I bears in ono hand. Mr. Hutchinson
: must bo congratulated on this his
1 latest achievement in tho sculptor's
The bust will bo on exhibition for
a few days in the window of tho
Pacific Hardwaro Co.'s store, Fort
N. S. SACHS
13 SO xnort Street, Honolulu..
lummer Dress Materials
Newest Materials 1 Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaillel
Light and Dark 0 round Kll'ects Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTOX CRAPE
In l'lnk, Cream, Light Blue, Cardinal and Black;
FINE K1GU1SEI) MUSLINS IN NEW DKS1GNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Glnghami, Brocaded ,fc Plain Cliamhrics,
Eider-down in Pink, Cream and Baby Blue,
l'olka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawna.
A COMPLETE ASSOUTMENT OF-
In. Floods, Checks and Stripes.
T&- Come and co the White Goods we are selling nt 7, (i and 3 yards for $1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
Just Opened a Large Line
Short Croath, Heart Troublo, Rheumatism.
Tho wrest Hug tournament at the
Boretauia street Armory on Satur
day ovoniny was witnessed ly a
small audience. The preliminaries
consisted of a three-round sot-to
botweon two men from tho Coast
and a nock tu-of-war match bo
tween Geo. TJosa and Jas. Spencer,
won by the latter. Tho initial
wrestling bout between Charles
Uoso and Nakuina was won by Na
kuina, aftor an interesting tussle,
during which Itose showed careful
study of tricky tactics. W. Wilder
anil S. Widdilield stripped for tho
second match. Widdilield was down
ed in just two minutes. Jas. Spencor
and G. Malina woro to wrestle next,
but as tho latter did not show up
tho contest was postponed. Chas.
Uoso and S. Widdiliohi gave an ex
hibition in wrestling, after which
tho tournament was postponed.
GINGHAMS, Latost Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces ixi all "W"ic3-t!ti.s,
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
Mr a. X. AT. Pa (no
Eaglo Creek, Oregon.
Was it OpiumP
Sunday afternoon at .'1 o'clock
somo women obsorved a white man
and a woman ou the beach at Kaka
ako. Thoy wero wlieoliug a baby
in a carriage, and on arriving at a
certain spot tho man commenced
digging 111 the sand, and soon un
earthed several tins which ho depo
sited in the baby-carriage. His ob
server on approaching nearer over
heard his female companion say,
"Put them under tho .baby." The
chief actor in this littlo episode is a
well known man about town.
"I liavo lived hern In OroRon for the past
twenty ju.irs, ami most of tho tlino liavo lioon a
very gieal sufferer from inflnmmntorr
rbeuuiutUui. 1 h:ive nlso limlwlmttlio doctor
called hcai t UHeaso, with shoitness of breath
and sharp pains In the left fcldc. I dui'lilcd to take
Hood's K.irsaparlll.1, and beforo I bail finished
three bottles I was In better health than I had
been for years. I do not havo any pain nowi
sleep well, and to-day no woman of my ace
Enjoys Cotter Koalth
than I. At homo on tho ranch I not only attend
to my family homework, hut last summer I
cared for and milked four cows. 1 do not feel
that I can say half enough In praise of
Mas. I.. M. Paint, Katjlc Creek, Oregon.
Hood's Pills aro prompt njil efficient, yet
easy la action. Sold by alt drc5Uts. Sc
IlOltUON, XKWMAX .fc CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Island".
opular lierinan Dry Goods Store,
( o -:
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS
IB. IB EHLERS &c CO.
Lii, lilt lbs.; Iluka, 115 lbs.;
with board at llani-
Aroyou insured? If not, now is
tho tiino to provido yourself and
family with a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrliwa
Kotnody as an insurance against any
horious results from an attack of
bowel complaint during tho mitumnr
mouths, It is almost certain to bo
needed and should bo procured at
once. No other remedy can tako its
place or do its work, 25 and fill
cent buttles for sale by all dealers,
Benson, Smith & Co,, agents for tho
Captain Max Scliloinmer, of J ho
police force, lias resigned tho ollice,
to tako tho position offorod him of
noaa waier lenucr inna ou 1110 ivi
lauea plantation, Kauai. Schleinmer
intends leaving on the steamer .las.
Makeo this afternoon for Kilauea, by
way of Kapaa, The ex-captaiu has
nothing but good wordb for Marnlial
Hitchcock anil his deputy A. M.
Brown. No successor has yet been
Mrs. L. Auld's homo and brake
ran away yesterday afternoon at
Kalihi, during tho MiKonio ladies
luau. All elforls of police otlicern
to niton-opt tho animal failed. Tho
brake si ruck the gale leading into
Iho road, hinashing both wheels to
hinilhivoiH, Tho force of thocolli
hion threw the animal ou (lie ground
and lie was caiigui iiuuo no couiu
got up again. The animal was miiiiii
what bruised about tho logs. This
is the third limo tint sauiu animal
maiia, 11 los.; .Solomon, J l
Kauhaue (anchor), L71 lbs.
After tho match yesterday tho
teams retired to a grand luau in
honor of Kainohamoha Day.
PUT TO FLIGHT.
A Guard Routed in Trying to Stop
a Serenading Party.
A number of serenading parties
wero out on Sunday night. Ono of
thobo parties, all natives, was sere
nading near South street ou King
stieot after midnight, when a mem
ber of the National Uuard, presum
ably from tho barracks, came up to
tlie musicians and told lliem to
j quit making a noise and go home.
One of the sereuaders asked the
1 quard if tho music disturbed him,
I tlio hitler replying that it uul.
, "WoH" said thesoronador, "you havo
j deprived us of everything and now
', you want to tako away our enjoy
. ment. If 3011 don't got away from
hero, we'll bust your head." Tho
I guard made tracks, as fast as his legs
' could carry him. Tho foregoing was
1 witnessed bv a uentloniau, who states
thai thoseronader.s would havo made
it decidedly unpleasant for tho sol-'
dior if ho stayed a few seconds
longer. It was laughable, ho says,
to oo tho guard nkedadlo. Tho sol
dier, who had his musket with him,
was a member of tho "drei liuu
Fifty cents is a small doctor bill
but that ia all it will cost you to
euro auv oruiuary case 01 rnoiima
titsiii if you use
Rooms (o lot
Root Beer on
Smith k Co.'s.
draught at Benson,
After shaving use Cucunibor Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 1IJ1 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Surgical
cases. Mutual Telephone G82.
Dr. Geo. H. lluddy, D. D. S., has
removed his ollice from King stroot
to Boretauia street, near Emma.
CARD OF THANKS.
-WIE LADIES EXECUTIVE COM-
initleo for tho Masonic lurnirlilnL'
l'lind Ueiiro to publicly tliaiiK Allen Her
bert, Esq., for generously urnutliiK the free
use of his phico at Iviilihl, President Dole
for the Ui-e of the hand, Attornev-tiunernl
Smith for tho detail of police, Hollistor .t
l.'o. for tho ilnnntinu of "00 dozen of t-oda
and .Mrs L. Wilcox and Mr. William Auld
for their generous ro-nporiition mid skillful
Htipcrintfiidcnce of tho Hawaiian feast,
und also the tunny other kind helpers mid
donors whose nniiiu is legion, and who wu
ulncerely trust will accept this tender of
tliMtilrw nntU minb (linn us U'ii lilliv Iih abln
to personally uxprcss our appreciation of
tunny kind und valuable servtcos rendered,
MitS. .1. A. HASSINOEK,
7,11-1 1 (Jhalrmun.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Hugs
IX UKEAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IX WHITE and COLOKED-.lust suitable for this climate.
KNOTTED BWISS-A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
EOO CIIOO I'ONHEE -GHEAT NOVELTIES
Sillca.lirio and. 'Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
tST Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. JS3
To Lot or Iioaso.
W. 11. lJoiifon, piano
tuner, has returned from
may bo found at tho
Hotel as usual.
Prof. F. Lo.nbard, A. B., will con
tinue giving hint ruction in privato
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Kesidouce, Alakea street,
near Y. AI. C. A.
TO LET OR LEASE
rpHE COTTAGE AT NO.
j. ms iviiir bircei, liiiciy Ofyxx
occupied 1 iv .i r. .11. r. Mtvy, ran
containlnullltedroonis. l'ar- 93
lor, Iitnltig-rooiu, Klteneii anu nainrooiii ;
K'ahle in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars mid terms, apply to
75iJ-tf AlUl. El'aN'ANDE..
TWO ItOOMS WITH
JL Kitchen in rear of,
Chr. Hertz's hhoe ntoro utj
10.'t Fort Btrcct. Annlv to
-is-:n (5ii it. HEUT..
NEW HOUSE OK KIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with liiitlirooni, pat
ent W. 0.. etc. Cotniuuiids
one of the finest views in Honolulu
COTTAGE TO LET
ACOTTAOETO LET OX
near Queen's Hospital; Six
Itooins. Kent $l. Antilv i
to L. ADLEH,
i:t Xttuanii st., liool tV Hhoe store.
. Apply I
J. M. VIVAS. I
1 Furnished House nt Palatini near Re
formatory School?iJ per Month.
1 Cottage on lleretuuiu Street J'i'J pur
1 Cottage on lieretunin Street, opposite
.'1 Stores on Xuuanu Street, near Bere
Finli I'ondi-i on
the road to Wuikiki.
House und lnt on llerutauia street near
reusaeola. Ixu t!00 feet frontage and
110 feet deep.
Also, a Valuable Dlock of Hrlok Ilulld
iugs in the heart of the City.
TO LET TO LET '
A HANDSOME NEW iyVVi rNK HLOOK KMJ.M UK- lxW"" 1
House containing l'ar- '-SjlO " retaniu street cars, n ftiralO
lor, Smoking Itooin, Two gS"W3'SEi. (!"0' uml ,0o"veiilcut Cot- mniSjSk
Largo lledrooms, Dining- 2i2SH2. tnge id Six Itooins, Urge gJi.'Xaaig.
room and Kltrhcr, Verandas and Lanai, . Lot, Stable und Chicken House. Aiipl to j
Winniiiiii. Hat broom ami Talent W. I . 1'.. 11. lll..MUi1.
1 Upright Piano For Bale.
Ha in. Trv it and you will be sur-
1 . r ." 1 (1 . ii- 1 .
pn.MMi al tho prompt romu lumomn,
'm... it.. .t;.... ... ...tii ,...;. dm
4 111'' Mini lippiH (II M'll nil) tiM.i -'
pain. i0 cent buttles for t.nlu by all
dualurs, Benson, Smith S: Co., agents
for tho liuwaiian Islands,
Chamberlain's Cough Koinedy
Is famous as a
Cure for severe colds.
Famous as a
Preventive of pneumonia.
Famous as a
Preventive and cure for croup.
Famous for the relief it allords
Famous as a safe and pleasant
Medicine for children,
1 Trv it. r0 cent bottles for sale by
I All dealers.
1 Heunoii, Smith ic Co,,
Agenth for tho
1 Hawaiian Island.
lleautlfiil Ijireu (irotinils. contillliillu: Or
namenlal. Shaileaud Fruit Ttees. Flowers
and l.aro (irapu Arbor. Outbuilding con
tains Washroom, burvimt'x Itoom, Tool
room, Chicken House and Yard, and Large
Carriage House with all Improvements.
In fact tho place must he seen to bo appre
ciated. To a permanent juict faintly a
bargain will he made seldom tillered. Will
rent with or without Canlagu Houso.
House Furnished or Unfurnished. One
inllo from 1'ost Olllcu; one block from
lleretanla street cars. Also, a New Ji-room
Cottage with all modern Improvements at
low rein. Healthiest part ol the town; no
had smells, or stagnant water. Apply at
this ollice. THi-tf
M. L. MIKElt, D. V. 8.,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store,
STOKE AND HALLS FOB. LEASE.
JL Foster illock, Niiiiauu
street near Merchant, can
he leased for 11 lei m of
years. Also, Two Desirable Halls 011 iliu
upper floor suitable lor iihIuu purposes,
MiJIi: WEEKLY IIULLETIN-W UHI
JL limns of Interesting Heading Mutter
llMidH,ft mulled to lorelmi oouutilnii,
Olllco: Hotel Htalilm. Ollice Hours: K to
10 a. m.; ItWtO.'iiiWl'. M.
lteldimco with Dr. F. L. Miner, Herein
nlu struct, All culls will receive prompt
ACOTTAOE OX KINO
Street, continuing Par
lor, Dinlng-nxiui, 1 lled
rooms, lliituroom. etc. . also
Carriage Houso ami Stables
locality. Traim'.irs pass every
nciu niinicniif. JMipi 10
Tl.'-tf J. 1". 110WLEH
FOR SALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Kecouimeuded specially by Commis
sioner ol Agriculture j,
For Trees Affected by Bligbt.
FOIt SALE HY
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
DR GEO. H. HTJDDY,
... rB3STTIBT ....
Orru-Ki llurotiinitt street near Eunus.
Or rice Hocks; (U, m. to 0 u,-m
The ltoily Jlullelin it Urllxrral
onrrien for 60 cent ytr month,
by j AiiJ'y Bulletin, 60 wufj a moniA,