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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FllOM AND AFTER JUNK 1, 1S93.
To Kvva Mit.t,.
I.cavo Honolulu ... 8s 15 1:15
I.cnvo 1'enrlOity ... ,!l:30 2:H0
Arrlvu Kwa Mill 0:57 2:57
I.cavo Kwa Mill (1:21 10:13
I-envo I'cnrl City 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11 :55
A. Bnturdnys only,
0. Sundays exeopted.
I). Saturdays exeopted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1893.
Titun-tnAY, .Tunc 11.
llrit bk Koutcnbeck, Hussel, 57 (lavs from
Newcastle, N S W
Voasola Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr V a Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Tlio steamer W. G. Hall will leave for
windward ports at 10 o'clock to-monow as
The llritish bark Iloutcnbcek, Captain
Hussel, arrived oil" port yesterday evening
and was towed into port this morning.
The Itoutcnbcck is 57 days from Newcastle,
N. S. W., with 1100 tons of coal. She left
Newcastle on April 1!), and experienced
light southeast and northeast winds till oil
N. Cape New Zealand, when easterly w imls
set in up to southeast trades. On May 25
passed l'enhrn Island and on June 0
sighted Hawaii. From thence to port had
light baffling winds. Chief Olllcer V.
Wilson attnbntes tho lengthy passage to
contrary light winds. Not a single sail was
seen throughout tho passage. The bark
Sharpshooter, somewhat similar in build
to the ltoutenbcck, but smaller, left New
castle. N. S. W., three days ahead for
Honolulu, and the mate was surprised
when told that she hadn't arrived yet.
GOING BY THE AUSTRALIA.
A Largo Number Already Booked
Tho following names aro booked
at tho office of W. G. Irwin & Co.
for passage by tho S. S. Australia:
Mrs. J. Whatoloy, E. E. Olding, D.
R. A. Barrister, Miss Konwill, Miss
Pope, S. Roth and wifo, Miss C.
Ropin, Miss Anna M. Armstrong,
Miss G. A. Giltnau, Miss H. Soron
son, Mrs. H. Borgor and son, Father
Loouoro, Mrs. Lieut. Moore, G. Zio
man, N. S. Sachs, Miss P. Lynch,
Miss Lyons, Miss Agues Mclntyre,
Miss Grace Wing, Miss J. Bond,
Miss R. E. Hopx'i", Miss A. E.
Knapp, Miss N. E. Hammond, Mrs
M. McLennan, Dr. E. Fabor, Dr.
Lyons, Miss E. G. Lyman, Miss G.
Johnson, Miss Brewer, Miss Snow,
Miss E. B. McLood, Miss Doyo, N. S.
Nicoll, F. Ritzan, L. A. Conner, Mrs.
Bishop Willis, Miss A. O. Willis,
Miss B. Willis, Mrs. Hill, Miss M. E.
Gorton, J. T. Watorhouso, Jr., and
wife, Miss Louiso Dale, Miss L.
Lyons, Mr. Dodgo, W. J. Forbes, L.
C. Lyman, E. E. Lyman, Paul
Cowlos, M. Liobonstein, Geo. Lycur
gus, F. N. Hiucklo' and wife, Mrs.
M. V. Black, Miss Batch, Miss May
Watorhouso, H. Watorhouso.
am m m
Rooms to lot with board at Ilani
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith Si Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Surgical
cases. Mutual Telephone 682.
Dr. Goo.ltl7Hu7fdy7l. D. S., has
removed his ollico from King street
to Borotania street, near Emma.
W. H. Bonson, piano and organ
tuner, has returned from Kauai and
may bo found at tho Arlington'
llotol as usual.
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in privato
and in classes; French, Spanish,
and Latin. Residence, Alakoa street,
near Y. M. C. A.
At Sans Souci.
Tho P. G. baud concert was in
ovory respect successful at tho above
resort last evening. Tho spacious
grounds and lanni were artistically
lighted with Japanese lanturns.
Prof. Borger and his musicians out
did thomsolvos and gave tho most
complete satisfaction to upwards of
five hundred pooplo. Encouraged
beyond his most sanguine expecta
tions, Mr. Lycurgus, tho proprietor,
will have tho band play at Sans
Souci upon tho arrival of ovory
passongor stoamor from San Fran
cisco. Intending visitors should
tolophono out thoro and a convey
ance will meet thorn at tho car
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Is famous as a
Cure for severe colds.
Famous as a
Preventive of pneumonia.
Famous as a
Preventive and euro for croup.
Famous for the relief it alloids
Famous as a safe and pleasant
Medicine for children.
Try it. HO cent bottles for sale by
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for the
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A sugar plantation ovorsoor is
Repairs aro boing mndo along tho
King street tianiway.
Eight Cinnamon woro arrested
last night for playing oho fa.
Diamond Head, BiXi p. m.-
clear; wind, fiesh north-
Tlioro will bo a regular exodus of
school teachors by tho S. S. Austra
lia next weok.
Ah Fung, a Chinoso woman, was
committed to tho lnsnno Asylum
Paul Cowlos, correspondent of tho
Associated Press, is booked to leave
on tho S. S. Australia not week.
Tho P. G. band will play at tho
Central Union Chuioli to-morrow
evening for tho graduating exorcises
of Onhu College
A now register was oponed Juno
1st in tho Hawaiian llotol ollico.
Miss Eraser, Oakland, Cal., was tho
fiist name entered.
A passengor on tho S. S. Australia
was asked jo3teiday how annexation
fooling was in tho States, when ho
replied, "Dead, dead as a door nail!"
Tho wio-itling tournament will bo
continued on Saturday evening.
Two professionals will box a friend
ly six-round bout in addition to tho
Captains Juou and Klemmo mado
a raid on a uamblinj? don on Mauna-
koa stioet this morning and captured
six Chinamen having a quiet gamo
Bofoio buying olsowhoro, tourists
ought to inspect tho largo stock of
curios, silks, etc.. at the Japanese
Bazaar on Hotel street, opposito
A native named Kaulaliao, who
was lined only jostordnj' $100 for
playing oho fa, was ai rested again
this afternoon for having eight cho
fa tickets in his possession.
Tho baik Routenbeck which ar
lived this morning from Newcastle,
N. S. , did not sitrht a single ves
sel on tho way. Tho Sharpshooter
loft three days ahead of her for
Captain and Mi-. Ferguson aio
registered at the llotol. Captain
Ferguson was master of the steamer
Montserrat, when sho took a caigo
of laborers from tho Gilbert l&lands
Tho Long Branch baths aro being
enlarged and greatly improed.
Gonial Jim Sherwood can gio
bathers moio comfort and ploasuio
than over when tho new houses ate
Tho concert by tho Hawaiian Na
tional Band at the Hotel yesterday
evening was well pationized. Tho
boys woro up to their usual standaul
and delighted tho guests with an ex
An Englishman giving tho name
of Poto was brougut to tho Police
Station about midnight la-tniglit.
An ollicor picked him up on tho
stieot on suspicion. Peto was re
leased before morning.
Mr. W. H. Cunningham's Irish sot-
tor bitch Eleho Queen died of dis
temper at tho Bay Yiow Kennels,
West Berkeley. Mr. Cunningham
valued her atS2."0. Sho was an Al
pheasant hunting dog.
Tho Intoiior and Financo Depart
ments hae adopted the economy of
having ono telephone of each com
pany for (heir common use, the in
struments being placed in the hull
of tho Executive building.
Mr. Chas. J. McCarthy is the al
most unanimous choice of tho Ha
waiian lodges for tho position of I
District Deputy Supremo Chancellor
of tho Knights of Pythias. Mr. Da
vid Dayton is tho retiring Deputy.
Fifteen of tho Chinoso captuied
on Sunday night near Thomas Square
pleaded guilty this morning in tho
Distiict Couit to a charge or gaming
and woro sentenced to pay a line of
.'.) each. Tho other fifteen woro (lis
charged. Tho salo of two government lots
on the Esplanade took place je.stor
day and reali.ed S-2010 each, the
Hawaiian Electric Company being
tho purchaser. This sum will bo
about sulliciont to pay tho espouse.-.
of tho P. G. army for a fow days.
Tlio P. G. band gave a concoit at
Saus Souci j'cstuiduy evening. Tho
hostelry was brilliantly illuminated
with colored lanterns for thelir.it
time. After tho musicians leturned
to town the' visited the Pantheon
Saloon and serenaded Mr. .1. Dodd,
tlio new propiietor, and woie in turn
"serenaded" by that gentleman.
Mr. Hoinrich Ronjcs mot with a
painful accident jestordny evening.
Ho was opening n soda water bottle
when tho bottle broKo hovoiingnu
artery in his left hand between tlio
thumb and index linger. There was a
profuse How of blood befoie medical
assistance could be given him. .Mr.
Uonjei expects to bo able to get out
Three htowavvav vveie turned
over by Captain Russell of tho llrit -
ish bark Routonbeclv to the harbor
police this morning. Tim men ntovv
ed away on board at Newcastle, N,
S. , and made their apneaiance
the second day out, when they were
sol to work their passage, Accoid-
ing to the stowaway act thoy will
havo to he taKon liai-K to .Miwcastie,
uh paiipoib aro not allowed to land
in llin United States, vvhnio tint vus
Mil's not (Instillation will piolmlily
l'ifl v iMints is a small doctor hill
but tfiat in all it will cost 3011 to
emu any oidinary caso of rlioiuna
1 ism if von um Chumhoilnin's I'ain
lialin. Tiyit and yn will bo Mir
inibod at tn proiupt mlinf it allonU.
Tlio I'u.st application will quint tlio
pain, ft!) cuiil bullion fur wilo b.v all
dtmlurri, Bonson, Smith iV Co., uuuU
for tlio Hawaiian Islands.
Rogular Seinl-Wookly Meeting of
This afternoon at 2 o'clock tho
Exocutivo and Advisory Councils
mot in general sossion. Present:
Ministers Dole (President), Damon,
King and Smith; Councillors Hatch,
Emmoluth, Watorhouso, Tounoy,
Young, Suhr, Morgan, Bolto, and
Minister Damon presented a ro
nort of tho finance committee, re
commending tho payment of $3L!).85
to C. L. Carter, as tho balanco due
him for services at Washington.
Ho also roporlod a recommenda
tion of the saiuo committee that a
suitable person bo employed to ex
amine tho books and accounts of
different departments of tho govern
ment. In explanation ho quoted a
section of the Audit Act, empower
ing tho Auditor-General to call for
a submission to him of accounts, etc.,
by any head of a depart niont or
bureau. Tho Auditor-General had
told him his time was too fully occu
pied to permit him to make a sys
tematic inspection of public ac
counts. Such an examination has
been hold at each session of tho
Legislatuio by the finance com
mittee, but two years was too long
an iuteival botweon inspections. Un
dor this report tho Minister of Fi
nance might if necessary employ an
Tho ropoit was adopted.
Minister Smith reported a claim
against tho Road Board of last bien
nial period, moving that it bo refer
red to the financo committee. Tho
amount of claim is $31.31. Carried.
The bills to amend tho law of
ostraySj etc., and the law of the Pos
tal Savings Bank wero road a second
time and passed.
On motion of Minister Smith, tho
hxplosivos bill was taken irom tho
table for consideration.
Minister Smith moved an amend
ment to the first section, making tho
maximum penalty impiisonniont for
twenty years. Carried.
Tho same Minister moved an
amendment, changing tho matter of
the second section. It was to moot
the ideas brought out by previous
discussion. He invited remarks.
i Mr. Young asked, if ho had half a
ton of dynamite for blasting pur-
i poses, how was ho to clear himself
j of liability for possession.
Minister Smith thought this was
I provided for in tho bill. It would
j 1)0 a very raro case whore a person
having dynamite for lawful purposes
coukl not prove it was lor such.
Mr. Einuioluth thought tho bill
involved difficulties. Ho believed a
license system would bo tho most
satisfactory. Thoro was a law
against fishing with explosives. It
seemed to him tho bill oponed a
door to a dealer to keep a supply on
hand for unlawful as well as lawful
Minister Smith considered exist
ing legislation covored tho objec
tions. After a little furthor discussion
tho amendment cariied. substituting
two sections Tor tho second ono.
Section 1 pas-od with an amend
ment moved by Minister Smith,
making tho penalties apply to violation-
of any part of tho Act.
With other slight amendments the
w hole bill passed.
After a desultory discussion it was
agreed that tho custody of Acts
pas-ed should be vested in tho Min
ister of tho Interior.
Mr. Bolto presented a leport from
the military committee, locointnond
ing the payment of $i'A) a month to
W. C. King, for his services as diuni
corps instructor, it was not re
garded as a salary but rather as nu
indemnity for incidental expenso
iucuiied 1)3 tho instructor.
Mr. Emmoluth asked if tho pa' of
?.")0 each to tho captains of volunteer
companies was al-o given to cover
President Dole considered it was
not, but rather compensation in pait
for their sacrifice of time, etc.
The toport was adopted.
At 2:.". tho Council.- wont into ex
Young Maortons Palls from a Treo at
the Punahou Preparatory.
Willio Maortons, son of Mr. Maor
tons of llollschlaoger & Co, mot
vvithavorj' painful accident yester
day at the L'linahou Pioparator'
grounds. Tho little fellow was play
ing with hi.- fellow schoolmates
when he mounted a treo. Whilo on
the tree tho branch on which ho was,
broke and tho boy was precipitated
to the ground, a distance of twenty
live foot. Ho foil on tho side of his
head, injuring his skull and arm.
Follow schoolmates assisted tho lit
tle fellow into the .schoolroom and
Dr. McGrevv was called in. Tho
doctor pronounced tho injuries as
serious. Later tho boy was takou to
The little fellow passed a bad
night and thii afteinoou, although
very weak, is still living. It is be
lieved he is internally injured. Ho
may live until morning, but tho pro
babilities are i at her slim, as ho is
lying in a very critical condition.
I Dr. M. ,1. Davis is a nroininent
l physician of Lovvii, Cass county,
I Iowa, and has been actively engaged
in the practice of medicine at that
place for the past thirty-live years.
Onthoith of May, whilo in Dos
I Moines en route to Chicago, he was
suddenly taken with an attack of
I diarrhoea. Having sold Chauiber-
1 lauis Colic, Cholera and Uiarnea
I Koini'dy for tliupast Mivontoon jenrn,
I and knowing its reliability, lio pro-
ciiicd a 2") cunt bottlo, two dose.s of
which coinplotoly cured him. Tho
ou'itnmitut and Chanel) of watui and
(lint incidnnt In tiavelin,' oflon pio-
' duce a dianhiea. Kvei ouohhould
I piocuiea bolllo of this Homed bo-
, foro leavin,; home. For ale by all
I dealers. HeiiMin, .Smith iV ( Ui., agent n
. fur the Hawaiian UhiuiU.
L uninnof Iiilerukting Hinding Mutter.
Iiluiidb.tl; mulled to foreign eimntrieH,
SUPREME COURT CALENDAR.
Term, 1803, Beginning
Monday, Juno 10.
William Norton vs. Fashion Sta
bles Co., assumpsit; exceptions from
order striking caso from calendar.
Carter for plaintiff; Petorson-Croigh-tou
In tho matter of William H. Aid
rich, appeal from order vacating do
croo of bankruptcy. Peterson for
potitiouor; Hatch for creditors.
P. G. Camarinos vs. J. Kid w oil,
covenant; exceptions from April
term (1892) Supremo Court. Nou-mann-Croightou
for plaintiff; Hatch
Kohala Sugar Co. vs. Trustees
Estato James Wood, injunction;
equity appeal from Judd, C. J. Cas
tle for plaintiff-appellant, Hatch for
Yuen Lung & Co. vs. John Burke,
writ of error. Hartwoll for peti
tioners, Davidson for respondent.
J. 1. Dowsott vs. Maukeala and
others, ejectment; exceptions from
February term, First Circuit. Brown
for plaintiff, Ashford fordofondauts
appeliaut. Maria Kaanaana vs. Keahi ot al.,
ejectment; appoal from order deny
ing defendants' motion for now
trial. Ashford for plaintiff, Magoon
Provisional Government vs. Ah
Un, maintaining lottery schoino; ap
poal from Honolulu District Court.
Peterson for dofondant-apnollant.
F. Brown vs. J. J. Carvalho ot al.,
assumpsit; appeal from Honolulu
District Court. C. Brown for plain
tiff; Croighton for defendants-appellant.
James Morsoot al. vs. J. R. Robort
son; Minister of Interior, garnishee,
assumpsit; appeal from Honolulu
District Court. Rosa for plaintiffs
appellant; Ashford and Magoon for
Clans Spreckels vs. G. W. Macfar
lano, bill to foreclose lion; equity ap
peal from Judge Whiting. Hatch
for plaintiff; Hartwoll for dofoudaut
appellant. In the matter of A. G. Correa, at-tornoy-at-law;
for tho rule.
Provisional Government vs.
Theresa P. Machado, larceny second
dogreo; oxcoptions from May term
First Ciicuit. Petorson and Croigh
ton for defendant.
L. Kalaukoa vs. C. Koavve, right of
way controversy in Nuiianu valley;
appeal from Mrs. E. M. Nakuiua,
commissioner. Kinuoy for plaintiff
appellant. Pauaa Chinoso Cemetery Associ
ation vs. J. A. Magoon ot al., right
of way controversy in Pauou; appoal
from Mrs. E. M. Nakuiua, commis
sioner. Provisional Government vs. C. A.
Herring, exceptions from Msy torm
Fiist Circuit. Ashford for defen
dant. Provisional Government vs. W. G.
Smith, libel; appeal from Honolulu
District Court. Hatch with tho pro
secution; Hartwoll for dofondant
appellant. THAT OPIUM HAUL.
Tho Stewardess of tlio Australia Re
ceives a Heavy Sontence.
Mis. Susie Nelson, stewardess on
the S. S. Australia canio before
I udgo Foster in the Uiitiict Court
this morning charged with the un
lawful possession of eighty-two tins
of opium while that .steamer was in
port in May. Port Sun 03 or Sand
ers and two other customs ollicors
testilied to having found tho dope
in various places in Mrs. Nelson's
room on the steamer. One of tho
guards stated that ho saw tho stew
ardess take tlio packages out or a tin
bov and put some under a mat trass.
Other witnesses including Collector
of Customs Castle corroborated tho
evidence of tho J'ort Suivevor, the
trial winding up this afternoon.
Counsel for tho defendant offered
Judge Foster sontenced Mrs. Nel
son to pay a lino of S-."(X) and bo im
prisoned at hard labor six mouths.
C. W. Ashford counsel for defend
ant, noted an appeal.
Ordered to Give Hoavy Bonds to Ap
pear Against Conly.
The two sailors, Kgrerson and
Johnson, who testified in tho Dis
trict Court a fow days ago that thoy
saw Patrick Couly push Stevoiib
overboard from the bark Matilda,
have beon ordered to secure ijOO
bond each, that thoy will appear in
tho Circuit Court against Conly.
Conly, it will bo remembered, was
committed to the Circuit Court by
Judge Foster on a charge of mur
dering Stevens, a follow sailor on
the bark Matilda on a previous visit.
Tho men are unable to secure any
one to put up the bonds, and have
in consequence beon locked up in
Moro Munitions of War.
A lot of Springfield rifles and am
munition arrived by tho S. S. Aus
tralia yesterday and woro stored in
tho basement of the Executive build
ing. Co. C hold a meeting in the
drill shed in the evening, and after
a prono.ial was mado for more volun
teers, tho company marched to tho
Executive building and secured a
full equipment of rifles and ammu
nition. In tho company woro noticed
a number of Portuguese boys in
uniform. They secured rifles with
tho rest, so people need not bo
alarmed if they hear any midnight
reports, unless accompanied by bul
lets crashing through tho walls of
their bed chambers.
A COM I'KTKN I' I'KHKON Ah OVIIIt-
possibllllles of promotion for the right
mull. Iteferiiiiii's reiiiilrcd, Aiiiilv to
I. lllli:i:it ( 0. '(l.'n)
Honolulu, .luii'- 1 1, iy,)t. 7.':;-h
''plIKhl IIOOMUl NOIt.MA,'
.1 (hi lolls Keglnlur, SlllMtllll-
t Iti 1 1 built of H.ik mid (Vdar; yfff
Copper and I upper l-'iistiiii(d. -i''Ciij
For iniie and particulars apply
7-aJ-tf THKO. 11. lAVlKB V (JO.
Hire. A. A. WUltama
For the Good of Others
Jtcv. Sir. irilHaniB ITcarttly En
dorses Jiootl's Sarsaparllla.
We are pleased to present this from
Rev. A. A. William-!, of the Sillabco
street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass. :
" 1 9co no reason why a clergyman, morothan
a layman, who knows whereof ho spoaks,
should hosltato to npprovo an
Artlclo of Merit
nnd wortli, from which ho or hla family have
been signally benefited, mid whoso commenda
tion nmy servo to extend tlioso bonoflts to
others by Increasing tholr conflilcnro. Mywllo
has lor miny cars ucon a sullercr from sovero
for which sho found Uttlo help. Sho has tried
many tilings that jirnmlied well but pcr
fnrmprl Utile. Ijiatlalln filend cavohcr nbot-
tlo of Hood's Sarsnpirlll.1. It seems Mirnrls-
liif! what sli
Imtilv nun lintiln cnulil mid die
f nr her. Tho ul lucks of iieailaclio decreased In
numbor and woro loss violent In tholr Inten
sity, vvh'.lo her general health has beon lm
nrovod. Her anpetlto has also been bottor.
From our cxpcrlenco with
I lmvo no hesitation in endorsing Iti mcrlta."
A. A. Williams.
HOOD'3 PILL8 are tho belt family cithntle,
lontlo nrnl cHocllre. Tryabox, TrlcsZSo
HOHUOX, NHWMA.V ,fc CO.,
Agents for llimuilnu Il.uuls.
I sham, xor in: nnsroNsiiiu:
from till" (Into for any debt or debts
Hint nuiv be eontr.U'teil bj my wife, Koto
Mtirion Thomng, without liiv written order.
K. 11. THOMAS.
Honolulu, June, r, 18-U. TlVtf
Mi:rnfl or thi: stockhold-
ers of the Wniniiie ('umvuinv will bo
hold on TUKsDAY. June -J7. lS'tl. at 10
o'clock a. M., at the ollh-o of the under
signed on Merchant street. Special busi-
ne-s. o. o. iir.ittir.it,
IK I CAN 111: OF ANY SKKVIUKTO
X you In the way of Sharpening Scissors,
('iirvini! Knives, Ixuvn Mowers. Kilinir
Saws, lteiuiring Sprinklers and Water
Taps and liing Pipe, Soldering Tinware,
Setting Glass, Itcpairing Kiirnitiiro or
Mending (i.irdcn Hose, etc., etc., pleasu
ring up Mutual Telephone No. lfJ before
!) A. M. or between VI mid 1:;J0 r. M.
71s-tf N. I- 1IUKGKSS.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Oppo. Bethel St.
II Vh O.N llMI
and SILK CRAPE
Tor Ladies Dresses,
lliMUtifiil Kmbroiderul and J)rnvvu Work
I.nqucr Work Glove Uoxes, Cabinets,
Lanterns for Fetes, Balls, Etc,
Knncy Silk Japanese Umbrellas,
Showy Flower Pots, Satsuma Waro,
Window nud Veranda Winds,
Paper Napkins, China Waro, Etc.
tW Inspection cordiully invited. No
trouble to show Goods.
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Till: Al STlIAMhHU'
A TTGrnT? A T .T A II
will i,i:avi: Honolulu
nut Tin; aiiow: ruiir o.n
Wednesday, June 21st,
.A.T NOON .
The undcr-dened urn now iireirod to
Issue Tliroiiftli '1 Ion i from thin eit to nil
points in the United bttites,
I'or further iiirtiuiilnr-i regarding freight
or l'lissiigo upiilj to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
7j--01 (ieuenil Agents,
F. M. WAKEFIELD,
AnollM'.V AMI CoU.NHH.IOIl VT ,.
Tfiiiiiornry olllce with Mr. 0. W. Abliford.
Mitrehiiut St., Honolulu, 11. I. 1
3DIL. IdL. GOTO,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Boll Tolopliono 188,
( an I"' iiiiisiiltedut his iii.hIiIcihii al Kcone
ula, 011 ilit- miiul.a niilc of King bind, and
1 I.hu side of l.llihu Btriut, lioiise formerly
I oteuiiiul h) Mr. U. b. Dejliii. 74-tf
N. S. SACHS
BSO Fort Street, Honolulu,
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaillel
Light mid Dark Ground KU'ects I'rttty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In 1'liik, Cream, Light llluc, Cardinal and lllnek;
rixi: viuuiti:n muslins in ni:v dksigns,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Giiigliiinis, llroended A I'liiin Cliniubrlcn,
i:idcr-dovvn In 1'ink, Cream and Baby
Polka Hot Muslins,
A COMl'Lr.Ti: ASSORTMENT OK
In Fla-icls, Clieclcs and Stripes.
Vfe- Come nnd sco the White Goods we aro soiling nt 7, 0 and 5 yards for $1,
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Laces and Embroideries !
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in all "Wid-tlxs,
The Popular German Dry Goods Store,
NEW GOODS !
IB. IF. IBIHIIILiEIRS c CO.
99 FORT STK.E3E3T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GltEAT VAKIIM'Y
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITi: nnd C0l.01Ci:i)-Jiist suitable for tbis climate.
JvNUTTi:!) BWlbS A ver.v pretty line; entirelv new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
KOO CHOO I'ONHKlI-GItKAT NOVKI.TIKS
Sillca.liii.e and 'Villa. rJretipei'y,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
CSV-- Dressmaking Under tho Management oi HISS K. CLARK.
To Lot or Lease.
JL Kltelien in
rear of .
Chr. (lert.'s .Shoe Store atj
101 Tort btreot. Ann v to
Tls-Ut Cliii. (IKUTX.
N i:vhousi: ok kivk
rooms, on Magazine
street, with ilathrooiu, put- K itftingiusiK.
wit , ('., ete. CoiiimaiiilH tn i ' rrtjiltfB
onoof the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVA8.
COTTAGE TO LET.
near IJiieeii's Hospital; bix
Koouin, Kent Jib. Alinlv
to I.. ADI.IJU,
l'i Nutiuuu at., Hoot A. bhoe store,
ONB WXCK KHOM 11K
retauia strict cars, 11
Cool and Coiiveiiieut Cot
tage 01 hix lluoiiiH, l.uru'ii
un, btalile una Chicken Hon
juse. A)ipl) to
K. H. llKNDUY.
at Hiivvaiinii llimlunrc t.'o.'s store.
STOKE AND HALLS FOll LEASE.
X Foster Itloik, Nuuuiiu
strict mar Mereluuit, can
bo least d foi a term of
veins. Also, Two Desirable Halls tin the
Upper Floor suitable for lodgti purposes.
Apply to W. FObTlHt.
A( OTTAlli: ON KINO
htni't, toiitaiuliig I'.ir
lor, Dliiiiig-rooin, J lied
rooiiix, Ilathrooiu, ete. , also
( urriiiKo liimm and Stalil
loialil.v. Tinmcars pass every
m'lii HiiMiiTiiiti. .ippiv 10
71. -tf .1. f iiowm:ii.
The Daily Hutletin it iktivemt by
carritri for fU emit per month,
Pf wwmmL- 1
Figured Irish Lawm.
India Linens, Etc.,
1 Furnished Ilnusv at I'ahuun near Ko-
formatory Sehool $.! per Month.
I Cottage on lieretanla Street 2.r) per
1 Cottage on Ileretauia Street, opjiosita
3 Stores on Nuuitnu Street, near llore-
11 Huilding Lots and .1 Fish l'onds on
the road to Waikiki.
House and Uit on Keretauin street nenr
l'ensneola. I)t aw feet f routacu and
140 feet deep.
Also, a Valuable llloek of Uriek Jltilld-
iuga ill the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piauo For Salo.
FOll J3AJLE !
Stockholm Tar !
itfi'oiumemted seeially by Commis
sioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight
- roit SAbi: 11 v
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
DK. GEO. H. HUDDY,
... DENTIST? ....
t)niK. Ileretanln itrtet iur Kiiinm.
WUmo. Ilinmsi ti a.m. toft r. u.-A
Daily HulWiin, 60 ynl u nwnth