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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1893.
.To Kwa MilIj.
Leave l'cnrl City.
Arrlvo Ewa Mill..
Loavo Evva Mill
Leave l'carl City.
THE DULY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 14, 1893.
Wkiinhhuay, June II.
S 8 Australia, Iloudletto, OH &ai" nom
Btinr.I A Cummins from Koolau
Schr Mlllu Morris front Koolau
Wednesday, June 14.
Am bk Discovery, McNeill, for San Fran
cisco at 3 p in
Stmr Waialealo for Lahaina and Hamakua
Stiur Mikalmla for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr O H Bishop for Kauui
fatmr Iwalani for Mukawcli at 5 p ni
From San Francisco, per S S Australia,
June 14 Mrs W G Ashley and 2 children,
Mrs IS if Bishop, Mis-, u lirauntciiweigor,
H Biaunsehweigcr, O A Carter. D W Cor-
t, Capt W H Ferguson and wife, 11 Frie- i
n and wifo, Walter D Gillurd, W E C
rriton, F W Hineklcvand wife, E Hop-
kins, l'rof J L Howard, W A Johnson, J !
Livingston, Arthur Mackintosh. Leroy
MoOliesnoy, John T McGrcvv, Mrs W U
Needhani, Hon Paul Neumann and wifo,
F F Porter, G F Ilusscll. wifo and two ehil
dren, Dr Stanley, J F Stout and wifo, W I
Warriner and wife, JO White, Miss Ada
Williams, Mrs Lieut Downs Wilson, J H
Wiso, Arthur B Wood.
For San Francisco, per bktne Discovery,
June 13 Mrs Ferry and child.
Tho barkentinc Discovery. McNeill mas
ter, sailed this alternoon for tho Coast w ith
10,404 bags sugar valued at :fo0,54')."0, ship
ped as follows: bU) bags, 11
Co.; 2025 bags, M. S. Grmbjui
jum A: Co.
HAN FRANCISCO IsOTTS.
Dopartuies May 30, bigtne Consuelo,
Kahului; June 3, schr itobert Lewers,
Honolulu: bk Lcahi, Mahukona; schr
Anna, Kahului; June 0, schr Aloliu, Hono
lulu. Arrivals Schr Puritan, 27 days from
McCAKTHY In this city, Juno 14, to tho
wife of Chas. J. McCarthy, a daughter.
FAKON Suddenly at Chicago, 111., on
May 2, 1893, of pneumonia, Samuel
Faron, in his sitj -second year.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A cheque drawn by J. W. Colvillo
on Bishop & Co. is advertised as lost.
Diamond Head, 3:33 p.
clear; wind, fresh
A notico in rofeionco to Mr. Albert
Jaeger's business attains appears in
Mr. J. C. White returned from
abroad on tho S. S. Australia to-day
While on tho Coast ho selected an
outfit for his now machine shop on
For Sans Souci per S. S. Australia
14 June, Shell Oysters, Fresh Salm
on, Celery, Fruits, etc., on ice. King
up zJ Mutual, and wo will have
your order ready when wanted.
Among tho Australia's passengers
to-day woro Mr. and Mrs. F. V.
Hinckley, who will spend a week in
Honolulu. Mrs. Hiuckloy will bo
remembered as tho famous Califor
nia heiress Florence Blytho.
Intimation was received by to
day's mail of the death of Mr. S.
Faron, who worked for many 3'oars
ou those islands as au engineer on
"various plantations, being last em
ployed at Pahala. Ho died at Chi
cago whilo on his w ay back to tho
Hula Girls in the Saddle.
Tho four hula girls who wont to
tho Coast by last Australia, created
groat excitement in San Francisco,
ono day by taking in Golden Gato
Pard on horseback. They woro the
bright-colored pn-u, tho Hawaiian
riding dress, and woro lollowcd
about by people on bic3cles. horses
and buggies. The Park policemen
tried to intorcopt thorn in their gay
flight, but tho California horses wore
unused to such sights and took
fright as tho llawaiiaus appioaehod,
and dashed oIT in au opposite du no
tion. Tho girls had everything
their own way, and greatly enjoyed
Dr. M. J. Davis is a prominent
physician of Lewis, Cass county.
Iowa, and has boon actively engaged
in the practice of medicine at that
place for tho past thirty-fivo yeais,
On the 2(lth of May, whilo in Dos
...Moines en route to Chicago, ho was
suddenly taken with au attack of
diarrhoea. Having sold Chnmbor
luin'a Colic, Cholora and Diaruva
ltomody for tho past seventeen years,
and knowing itb reliability, ho pro
curod a 2 cent bottle, two doses of
which completely cured him. Tho
excitement and change of water and
diot incident to traveling otton pro
duce a diarrhoea. Every one should
procure a bottle of this Homed lm
lore leaving home. For hale by all
dealers, Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for tho Jlawaiiun Islands,
LOCAL and general news.
Oysters, hot or cold, at Nolto's.
Tho Hawaiian Band plays at Sans
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P. meets
to-mght. Business important.
Kaiulani lias gotio to Burton,
County of Northampton, to reside.
A eottago at tho head of
of rnnl . nnnv I t (.iilwvillintici) 1 i(
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Tho U. S S. Adam will leave for
Hilo for target practice on tho 2ith
Hon. Paul Noumann and wifo re
turned by tho S. S. Austtalia this
Tho P. O. band" will "play at tho ,
Sans Souci hostelry at 7:!S0 o'clock J
Sugar is -1.25c. and -14c. for 96 test i
centrifugals in Now Yoik, tho mar- j
hot being didl and film.
i Mr. Wales, ownor of tho Central
House, arrived by the Australia for
a visit of indefinite length.
Finnic Poor, tho popular purser of
tho .steamer Mik.thnla, and Miss
' Thompson woro mairied Suuday
Tho graduating exorcises of Ka
I mohainoha school will take place in
the Kavvaiahao Church to-monow
j Mr. A. E. Murphy and bride left
. on tho steamer Likeliko yesterday
evening on their honeymoon tiip to
Pat Poo was sentenced to pay a
fine of -SICK) in tho District Couit,
this motning for having cho fa
tickets in his possession.
On tho lait vojago of tho S. S.
Gaelic from Hongkong to San Fran
cisco she called .it Midway Island,
but saw no signs of wreckage.
L. A. Thurston, Minister elect of
tho Provisional Government of Ha
waii, presented his credentials to the
incut of state on Juno bin.
.1. H. WNo, formerly a Kainoha-
tuohn school student, who has been
attending a college in tho States, re
turned lor vacation on tho S. S.
Prof. Prionian and wifo ai rived by
tho Australia to-day. Tho professor
is a notable chef, and will make
I Sans Souci howl, with something
I good to eat. Call and seo him.
I The Hawaiian National Band will
1 give a concert at tho Hawaiian
Hotel this oening complimentary
to tho guests of the hotel. Tho con
cert will commence at 8 o'clock.
Thirteen U. S. sailois, formoily
belonging to tho U. S. ships Mohi
can and Pensacola, arrived by tho S.
S. Australia to-day to relieve some
of tho moil on tho U. S. S. Adams.
McCombo is tho now purser
S. S. Aublialia, L. J. llyau
boon let out at San Fran
Purser McCombo has tho
of tho Bulletin for news
D. W. Corbott, tho now Secretary '
of tho Y. M. C. A., anived ou the S.
S. Australia to-day. Mr. Coibott
will bo given a public reception next
weok. The Y. M. C. A. is Hying its
blue ilag in honor of its now execu
A Vallojo despatch of JunoG says:
A larsjo draft of seamen irom the
Maro Island naval rendezvous will
' be sent to Honolulu by the next
'steamer to re enloico tho crows of
I the United States ship Adams and
1 tho cruiser Boston, now thoio.
Per S. S. Auslialia Camaiino's
Refrigerator C kernes, Apricots,
Oranges, Lemons, Limes, Fro.ou
Oj-stois, Celery, Cauliflowers, Fresh
Salmon. California soft shell Crabs-,
Lobsters, etc. Mutual Tol. 378.
i California Fruit Market.
Sam. Kamaiopili and Mis. Kamai
I opili, nee Nora Maxwell, woro in
l Court again this morning. Kamai
opili was charged with assault and
I battery ou his wife ou Thursday of
I last week. Ho was found guilty "and
' lined 20 and $3.00 costs. Mrs. Ka
i maiopili will file a divorce suit.
Mr. Fred. V. MeOhesnoy inform-,
a Bulletin reporter of a significant
fact in tho soap industry. When
his firm liist went into the business,
800 or 900 boxes of foreign soap woio
unpolled eveiy mouth. Now the
Honolulu Soap Co. is selling about
700 boxes monthly of its own make
D. A. Hookano, formerly lieuten
ant of police, has been piomoted to
tho captaincy of the third watch,
made vacant by tho resignation til
Captain Schlemmer. Captain Hoo
kano is well liked b his fellow olli
cors and tho promotion is viewed
with evident apptoval. Sergeant D.
Nahoolewa, another popular man,
will fill tho position of lieutenant.
Baton do Tuyll, who left Uouo- i
lulu in a low condition by tho steam- i
or Gaelic, died at i-oa'on .June 1. i
His body was taken to San Frau-
I Cisco, wnoie the jjaioness caino to
the wharf to meet her husband. She
' will lake the remains to Knglnud.
Tho Baron's title is Geiuiau, but ho j
I was a native of England. His ago
was 31 .vears, He was ou a tour of
I the world for health, and stayed in
Honolulu boine weeks.
Some storekeepers complain that
I hoy aio not doing any business
now'-a-dajs. Why is this? Simply
because they don t keep abieast of
tho time-. They have nothing fiesh
to oiler their oiMoinoin, but only
the same old lot of iiibbish and
lomnantri which have been accumu
lating on their shelves for years
past. In older to give evoiv one a
new stint in lile, 11. Ilackfeld & Co.
will hold a mammoth thico days'
s.de, when the pi.'k of theii immense
stock of thy good-., ciochery, liquois,
u., will bii auctioned oil' h) tlu-i, K.
.Moigan. Satuidaj, 17th iusl., is I lie
I lirst day, ami in the meantime stoic
keepoia are advised louvui limit their
I stock ami make (t note ol what thoy
ill THIEF IS CAUGHT.
Ryan is His Name and Detective
Larscn Ran Him Down,
Skilful Pursuit and Capture of tho Robber
of the Crown Jowcls.
Tho arrest of Goorgo Ryan for
theft of tho crown jovvols, valued at
fc2tLX) is a step toward the termina
tion of ono of tho most mysterious
crimes of the present year. Detec
tive Lai son has been between hope
and despair many times since tho
robbery tools place, and it was not
until a few days ago that ho had any
tangible evidonco to work upon.
Early in his work suspicion point
ed to several men high up in posi
tion, and it was not until tho
grounds for it wore swept away that
Mr. Larson abandoned flimsy clues
and got down to teal work.
His investigations included tho
character of the men on watch dur
ing tho hours when tho crown vvas
supposed to have been despoiled.
Fioni the records of tho anny head
quarters Ryan and Stone were the
men on duty dining tho still hours
of tho night. Their records woro
inquiied into and in some way De
tective Larson learned that Ryan
had been under a cloud in Oregon,
and caino here after doing tho State
somo gratuitous eivico. It vvas also
learned that tho young man had
been lather liberal in bestowing
gifts of diamonds upon his friends.
Stone is also accused of handing a
diamond to a friend who now wears
it in his ring. When this discovery
was made Stono had oscaped from
the prison gang, and is supposed to
have gone to the States.
Yesterday morning Larson had
sufficient ovidenco to convinco him
that Ryan vvas tho man ho wanted
and that if ho arrested him sufficient
proofs of his guilt would bo found
ou his person to couvict him. Early
yestorday a visit vvas mado to Ryan's
room and in a vest hanging on a
hook the officer found twelve small
diamonds wrapped up in tissue
paper. Four of these woro taken to
i the Marshal's office and exports woro
called in to see if tho stones would
lit in tho crown.
Tho result of tho examination was
' so satisfaetoiy that a warrant was
1 issued for tho mau's arrest. He was
found on Nuunnu street at 9 o'clock
anil escorted to tho Police Station,
wheio ho was told to "hold up his
hands."' Ou being searched but ono
small diamond was found in his
pocket, wrapped up in a piece of
1 crown paper so small, in fact, that
it vvas almost lost sight of, Captain
Uosohill, clerk at tho Station, drop
ping it on tho desk, vvhoro Larson
spied it. After Ityan had a quiet
cry over his arrest he vvas locked up,
and Detective Larson again visited
his looms and returned with six
Tho ov idenco against Ryan lies in
tho fact that the diamonds found in
his possession littod the crown, and
Ins piosouco in tho palace when tho'
wore stolen is a strong circumstance
The cry against tho 'Royalists"
who stole tho crown diamonds will
Geoigo Ryan camo horo somo time
ago and wa-. picked up by a cop ono
day on tho street and charged with
being without visible menus of sup
port. Judge Foster gave him ten
days to got out of tho country.
vv lieu tho ten clays woio out Kyan
was still in tho country, giving as an
excuse that ho could not secure pas-
sago on an' outbound vessel. Ho ,
vvas given an additional ton days to '
"get." Just about this time the1
evolution bioko out, and Ryan, like ,
a good many other jail-birds, made '
for the bai racks to join tho 1'. G.
anny. Ifyan wa- successful, and af- ,
tor .solving as a piivalo a few days 1
ho was promoted to tho position of
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-1-1 l-ilill, IJ1S SUl'ltll )7W-! ueiug II1U
I'iilaco. Last mouth Kyan, in com
pany with others, broke his liberty
md in consequence was given tho
' Making Convorts.
! E-Minis(or Stevens addressed tho
1 Chamber of Commerce yesterday cm
Hawaiian affairs and unintentionally
1 succeeded in converting many (o the
1 cause of the monarchy. The provi
sional government could afford to
I pay him something handsome not to
I advocate its cau.-c, and, in fact, to
j keep him away from this country
until the whole affair is settlod. .S'.
1 F. L'omnu reiul Xrax
A stipulation has been filed by
coun-el in the Banning estate mat
ter, extending tho time for Jiljug an
amended petition by complaint to
June 21, and tho time for filing au
answer by the administrator to Juno
Hearing of Mary Kaloialii vs. M.
S. Uiiubaiini & Co, went over to-day
011 account ol Mr. Rosa's absence at
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Is laiuous as a
One for i-ovoro colds.
Famous as a
I'lovenfivo of pneumonia.
Famous as a
I'rnvontive and cine for itioup.
Famous for tho relief it allords
Famous a.s a sale and pleasant
Meiiii-ino for childioii.
Try it. fti) con( boltlea fur sale by
lieiiaou, Smith A; Co,,
, Agoulh for tho
1 Hawaiian Islands,
THE HAWAIIAN QUE8TION.
Ohamborlain Bobortson Oortiflos
'A Guoon'a Appeal."
A fac similo of tho following letter
appoars in tho Examiner:
"Office of H. M. CnAstrEnr,Ai.x
"I am commanded by Her Majes
ty Queou Liliuok'alani, to say, that
as Messrs. Chntnborlain, Parkor and
English nro publicly accused of de
ceiving tho public in causing to bo
published a statement purporting to
comofrom Hor, it is duo to thein to
stato positively that 'A Queen's
Appeal' as it appeared in thoExanti
uor of March 9th, 1893, was a genu
ine document. It enmo from Her
Majesty, and is in no sono an im
position on tho American people."
"James W. Robeiitsox,
"Hor Majestv-'s Chamberlain. '
"Honolulu, April 7th."
Mr. Willard J. Warriner, who has
just arrived 03' tho S. S. Australia, is
the now Superintendent of tho Ha
waiian Electiio Co. Ho isa graduate
from Wesloyan University and has
taken an extra course in Electrical
Engineering, and had several 3 ears
practical experience in tho East and
m California. The company expects
to build a suitable station and put
in such steam and electrical machin
ery as will fulfil all the requirements
or tho city for lights and power. ,
Mr. Warriner is accompanied bj his
bride, and the Bulletin bespeaks
for them a pleasant sojourn in llono-!
Hawaiian National Band.
The Hawaiian National band, '
under tho leadership of Joseph Li- 1
boruio, will give ono of its popular j
concerts at tho Hotel this evening.
Tho concert will commence at 8
o'clock. Following is the program: 1
PAI1T l. '
March Mai l'olna Oe Ia'u ..Libornio ,
Overture Pott and l'c.is.iiit . . Suppo
Fantasia Maritani (E Chiilonet Solo). I
Selection Faust .... Gounod I
Soprano Solo Queen i.iliuukalani(l)y ro
inest) ... . . . Libornio
Medluy A Night in New York ...Itrooks
Walt Over the Waves . Hosan
Concert at Sans Souci.
Tho F. G. band will givo a con
cert at tho Sans Souci seaside resort,
Waikiki, under the leadership of
l'rof. Berger at 7:30 o'clock this
evening. Following is the program:
March National Fencibles
Overture Onnion ... ,
Duct Adam and live
Selection The- Martyrs
Iteminiscpnces of Ollonbuch
WalU-'i lie Violets ..
Gavotte Soft Glances .. ..
Medley Ited Hot
. . l'cttee
. . Conradi
First Blood for Sproekels.
Judiro Foster uave his decision
tho libel suit of Clans Sproekels
against Walter Ct. bnntli in tho Dis
trict Court this morning. Ho over
ruled tho doniurrer of Mr. Hartvvoll,
couiisol for tho defendant, mado 3'0s
terday. Hartvvoll noted an appeal
to tho Supiemo Court, and defend
ant was ordered to giv o a ."00 bond.
F. M. Hatch for plaintiff.
Nothing has been hoard of the
missing baik Lamorna, now overdue
at this port from Newcastle. As au
insurance nslc sue is increasing in
' aluo. At San Fiaucisco, June 2d
K nnrrmf. iirmnin m nnrl nn I.Iik fit li
10 percent premium was paid for
reinsurance on hor cargo.
B. S. Australia.
Tho S. S. Australia, H. U. Iloud
letto, commander, loft San Francisco
Juno 7, 18!)', at 2 p. in., with 11 cabin
and -18 steerage passoiigeis, and 01
bags of mails. Experienced line
weather thioughout the voyage, and
arrived at Honolulu June 1 1, at '.I
Families that will save their grease
and send it to tho Honolulu Soap
Co. or M. V. McChostioy & Sons,
will always find a market for it at a
Fifty cents is a small doctor bill
but that is all it will cost you to
cure any ordinary case of rheuma
tism if you use Chamberlain's 1'ain
Halm, Try it and you will be sur
prised at tho prompt relief it affords,
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iuai .II'JJIIKILIUII " tlL IjlllWl kllU
pain. bU cent bottles lor sale by all
dealers, Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for the Hawaiian Islands.
Fhif Joh Pilnlinp ol Ihr Hullrlin Ojjlff.
1101-' j w. colvillt:
V Cu for 1-0 10 lias been
J on UIsliop
lot. All nersi
persons an- hereby cautioned
against negotiating name.
ousn to Li'r on
Kurt Htru-t, next to
the School Hout-e. Ad
dress "1. O. JJoxIJH "
IbHALL NOT Hi: Itr.bl'ONSIItLi:
from this date for an debt or debts
that limy lie colitiatUd b my wife, Kate
Marlon Thomas, without mv written order,
D. IJ. THOMAS.
Honolulu, Jiino.'i, ls'ii. 7'-tf
ok Tin: siooKiioi.D-
Walainie I oiuiiauv will he
xl eiH of the
held on TUr.&DAY. June 'it. loll, at 1(1
o'cloel; a. m., at the olllie of thu under
signed on Miruluint btreet. Special busi
ness, c. o. ui:mii:i(,
TO LET OR LEASE
rpm; cuTr.sdi; at n
J '!' Kiim ftrn-t, I ill ly
m-uiipliid hv Ml. M- b. l.ov ,
eoiiial ii I iiu.il It'll looms. Par
lor, Dining room, Kliehiu mix
i Ktnlihi in Mtril. Arli-i.iu Wi
ntci laid ou.
1 or piiruuiiiarii ami term, aiuny io
I 7fj.Lf auk. ri:n.NA.Nui:v:.
a ill vR,-
Hon. Wm. S, Warner
Cordially Endorses Hood's
07ic Best Blood IurJler.
U 1)1 "I P
William S. H'arncr
1'oud du I.ac, Wis.
Tho following is from ex-Congressman
Wauipr, a gentleman highly esteemed by
nil who know him:
"I can truly say lint 1 consider Hood's Sirsa
parllla tho best tncillilne for pin lf Ins tlio blood.
It illd mo good when p'lyMclani ami otlur incili
chics f.dlcd. It lus lucre ise 1 1115 appetite and
sremcrt to renew my outli. This Is aosolutely
true." W. S. "VVAnNLit, Fond Du Iic, Wis.
Hood'O Pills euro Constipation liy restor
Iny, the peristaltic action ot the allment.iry canaL
HOltKON, NHWMAN X 10.,
Agents for Hawaiian islands.
ONDSr.UOND-IIANDSAFi:; AS GOOD
as new. Apply under "H," this
A GDKMAN WOMAN WANTS
Xjl General Housework. Applv
Hou'-e containing 1'ar
lor, Smoking Room, Two
Lame Hedrooins. Diniim-
room and Kitchen, Verandas and Lanai,
Woodrooni, Isatlu 00111 and ratcnt w. I.
I Heautiful Large Grounds, containing Or
namental, Shade and Fruit Trees, Flowers
and Largo Grains Arbor. Outbuilding con
tains Washroom, Servant's lloom, Tool-
I room, Chicken House and Yard, and Largo
I Carriage House with all improvements.
I In fact the plaeo must be --een 10 he appre
, haruain will bo made seldom ollered. Wil
ciated, io u peiniancnt timet family .1
rent with or without iitrriiigu 11011-e.
House Furnished or Unfurni-hed. One
mile from Post Ollice; one block from
Heretania street ears. Also, a New l-rooin
Cottage with all modern improvements at
low lent. Healthiest pirt 01 the town; no
bad smells, or stagnant water. Apply at
this ollice. 71'J-tf
TEH S. S. "AUSTHALIA."
At tll8 BeaYei1 SalOOn,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Till: At Sl'LAMSHir
.irL V i5--t
' ' AUSTRALIA ' '
WILL LL'AVL' HONOLULU
foh Tin: miovi. rour ON
Wednesday, June 21st,
The undersigned arc now prepared to
issue Through Tickets from thin citj to all
points in the United btates.
For further particulars regarding Freight
or I'usbage ajiply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
75'J-llt General Agents.
LK I CAN Hi: OK ANY 8KUVICK TO
jou in the way of .-sharpening Bcissors,
Carving Knives, ' Ijih n .'Ioucin, Piling
Saws, Keniiiring hpriuKlcrH and Water
Taps and Lijing l'ipc. holdeilng Tinware,
rietting Glass, Kmi.tlriug I'uriiiture or
.Mending (iaideu llo-e, etc., etc., please
ring up Mutual 'itiepliono No. 152 before
u a m, or uctwuiii 1- and 1 :',V) v. m.
71h-tf N. 1'. IiUliflOS.
M. L. MINElt, D. V. S
Him .ion, IMnsii'ivN
Hotel btahlcd. Ollice Hours:
10 a. m.; 1 ::;u to :t::iu r. m.
Itohideia-e with Dr. I'. L
Ilia t-tleet. All cullh will
F. M. WAKEFIELD,
Arroiisi.v mi Cm .shiii.ioii at Law,
Tomporarv ollice with Mr. ('. W. Ashford.
Mui'iliaut st., Honolulu. II. I.
JDFL. "ML. O-OTO,
Physioian : and : Surgeon
Boll Tolopliono ISO.
Can be mii.iiltedal ln le-ldeme ill Kione.
ilia, on the iii.iul.il biilenl King bin nt. ullil
Lwa bidii of l.llilu titrcyt. hoimu formerly
oceupltil by Mr. (1. 1.. JJiwlia, 7VHI
N. S. SACHS
BEO lort Street, Honolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials ! Latest Designs!
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaillel
Light and Dark Ground Kll'ects l'rcttj Patterns;
SOLID COLOKS COTTON GRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Illue, Cardinal and lllack;
FIND FIGUUKD MUSLINS IN NDW DKSIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, lirooaded A. 1'lntn Cliambrles,
Kidcr-down in I'ink, Cream and llaby Blue,
1'olka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
In FleUds, Clioolts and Stripes.
VtA- Come und seo the White Goods wo arc telling at 7, ti and S yards for $1. V&
! Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
ZC. 3. LEVY
Jest Opened a Large Line
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern j
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in all "W"ic3-t!tLS,
opular tieriiian Dry Goods
NEW GOODS !
IN GHLWT VAHILrY
INDIA DIMITY IN WlII'lT. and COLOKKD-.Iubt suitable for tills climate.
KNOTTED SWISS- A very pietty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
l-'OO CHOO l'ONUL'i: OHKAT NOVKLTILS
SlUca-liia and Villa Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
trST Dressmaking Under tho Management of MISS K. CLARK. JE1
To Let or Lease.
rrUVO HOOMS WITH
X K lichen in rear of j
(Jhr. (iert's Shoo htoro atl
lUt Kort btrcet. Apiilv 10
7IS-3t OH it. CSLItlV..
Ni:w housi: ok kiyi:
rooms, on Mugiuiue
street, witli Bathroom, pjt
ent W. U.. etc. Oouiiniindd
one of the hnest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
COTTAGE TO LET
A OOTTAOLTO LKT ON
XJL ruiiclibonl strict,
near Queen's Hospital; Six
ltonuis, Heut $1. Annlv
to l. Aiii.r.u.
l.'l Nuuaiiu st., Hoot A tohoo store,
retauia btreet curb, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
taue of bix Itooms. birue
I.ot, Stable and Chicken House. Apply to
i:. It. HKMJUY,
ill Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
STORE AND HALLS FOR LEASE.
X Poster lllock, Nuuaiiu
stieet near Meiehanl, can
be leiiM-d for a term of
vears. Alto, Two Deshable Hulls on the
I pper Kloor suitable for lodge purposes,
Applj to W. KOrv
CDTTAOi: ON KINtl
btru t, (oiilaiuiiig Par-Diiiiiig-riHiin,
rooiiib. li.Uliroiiin. etc.. aUo
Oiuriiijte Hiiiimi mid St. ililes
locality, 'riiime.irs piibs tivur
IIUJIl IlllfilllflllU. IP1M) III
7l'-tr J. P. IIOWLlUt.
The Daily IhilMin it ihltuml by
oarriVr for GO flrnU jn r mojifi,
NEW GOODS !
EHZLIEIRS & GO.
99 FORT STK.E3E3T.
& Smyrna Rugs
1 rtirnished House at I'aiama near He-
formatory bi hool $J2 per Month.
1 t'ottago on llerctauia Btreet fib per
1 t'ottago on Iiiretania Street, o)posito
I co Works.
:i btores on Nuuaiiu Street, near llere-
11 Iluilding Lots and 3 Fish Ponds on
the road to Waikiki.
House and l)t on lteretania street noar
I'ensaeola. Iot 200 feet trontago and
U0 feet deep.
Abo, a Valuable Dlock of Itriok Ilulld-
ings in tliu heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Sale
FOR SALE !
Stockholm Tar !
lleeoiiiinenileil specially by Cointnis
hioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight
- POIl SALP. HY
THEO. H. DA VIES &c CO.
DR. GEO. H. HUDDY,
... 3DE3STTI3T ....
Omri.s lleretaiilti street ncur Kuiiuu,
CVtlrrtLK Hunts: II a. m, to 5 r, m.
60 iviifi n mirtiA,