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KIIOM AND AFTKU JUNE 1, 1803.
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Arrivu Kwa Mill 0:57 2:57 5:30 (1:22
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Arrive. Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55 0:1.1
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D. Batitrdnys oxecpted.
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New moon on the 13th nt 71i. 20m. p.m.
Time Whistle blows at Hi. 28m. Ills. p.m. ot
Honolulu time, which is thu same us 12h. 0m.
(is. of Uvcenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
FRIDAY, JUNE 16, 1893.
Friday, .Tune 10.
Slmr James Makce from Kauai
Sehr Kauikcaouli from llamakua
Thursday, June 15.
Am bk Amy Turner for San Francisco
Friday, Juno 10.
Stmr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Jaa Makeo for Kapaa at 4 p m
Br ah Greta, Garland, for Newcastle
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr James Makce 2510 bags sugar, 50
bags rice, 1 horse, 1 bull, 1 corpse and
20 pkgs sundries.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H B M S Royal Arthur from England
KJiMS Temerairo from England
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, duo
Am schr W H Talbot, from Newcastle, due
Bktne Klikitat, from Puget. Sound, dno
Br bk Ladstock from Liverpool, duo July
Bk Sharpshooter from Newcastle, due June
Bk Lamorna, from Newcastle, N S W,
Ger bk J O Prluger, from Bremen, duo Oct
Ger bk G N Wilcox from Liverpool, duo
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, duo
From Kauai, per stmr James Makeo,
June 10 Mr and Mrs W H ltice, Masters
Ilice (2), O II Bishop, M Hrasch, Miss P H
Isenberg and 10 deck.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W fl
Hall, Juno 10 Volcano : W K C Harrison, D
Bice, It K Rogers. Way ports: W T Mon
sarrat, wife and child, Masters Greenwell
(2), Mrs Holcke, Mrs M Lee, Mrs Kspiudn,
Mrs J W Iialua, J Kaelomakule and 2 chil
dren, E W Fuller, It M Fuller, Mrs Jno
Nott, W H Comwell, J K Nahale and 2
children, Uov G Waiau, ltev S K Kawaka
hipa, B Hornor, A Grambnrg and wife, W
J Wright, J Kekaula ami wile, Miss Willis,
i(ev J Kauhane and 30 deck.
Tho city front road is in a lino condition.
The bark Amy Turner left yesterday for
Manilla in ballast.
Tho bark ltoutenbeck began discharging
coul to-day, with tho aid of Captain Harri
son's donkey engine.
The steamer Kinau, from Mani and Ha
waii, will be duo to-morrow morning.
The British bark Greta, Garland master,
sailed for Peru this afternoon in ballust to
load guuno for Germany.
Rooms to lot with board at Ilani
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shavintr use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith A; Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 181 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Surgical
cases. Mutual Telephone 382.
Dr. Geo.H.Huddy, D. D. S., has
romovod his olllco from King street
to Boretania street, near Emma.
W. H. Benson, piano and organ
tuuor, has returned from Kauai and
may bo found at tho Arlington
Hotel as usual.
Chamberlain's Cough Itouuxly
1b famous as a
Curo for eovoro colds.
Famous as a
I'rovoutivo of piiuiiinoiiiii.
Famous as a
I'rovoutivo ami ouro for croim.
Famous for thu roliof it alluril
Famous as a safo ami phmsant
Motliuiuo for uhiUlrun,
Try it. 50 cunt hot tins for sain y
lionson, Smith & Co.,
Agonts for tho
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Throo Chino3o woro nrrostod last
night for hitting tho pipe
Tho Kninohninohns and Crosconls
play tho noxt ganio to-morrow aftor-
This afternoon tho Board of
Hoalth will consider tondors for
Throo passengers loft on the
stoamor V. G. Hall this morning for
Mr. W. . Smith. Sucrolarv of tho
Board of Education, has boon laid
up two days.
Thoro will bo a wrestling tourna
ment nt tho Beretanin street Armory
G. 12. Boardman adds to his "to
lot" list, three furnished rooms, with
or without board.
Tho steam roller is making smooth
tho paths of tho p. g. on tho Exoou
tivo building grounds.
Homombor that on to-morrow
(Saturday), II. Hackfold & Co.'s groat
auction sale commences.
.Tas. F. Morgan will hold n sale of
W. C. Aohi's mortgaged proporty to
morrow (Saturday) at noon.
Dr. B. Sciinoidor, V. S., will attend
to Dr. Monsarrat's business during
tho lat tor's absence on Hawaii.
A corpse was brought on tho
stoamor James Makeo this morning,
consigned to H. H. Williams & Co.
Tho many friends of Mr. Walter
Hill will bo glad to hoar that a dis
tinct improvement is noted in his
Tho immigrants that arrived by
tho S. S. (Jity of Poking woro re
leased from quarantine yesterday
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Itico and fami
ly, of Kauai, aro in town. They ar
rived by tho btoamor Jamos Makeo
A native prisoner, for deserting
contract service, was brought from
Kauai on tho stoamor James Makeo
Thoro will bo a practice game of
cricket at 15 o'clock to-morrow. Tho
club received first-class cricket balls
by labt stoamor.
Captain Roynolds of tho bark
Kate Davenport is negotiating for
ono of tho Newcastle stowaways to
go ou his veshol.
Tho commencement exorcises of
tho Oahu Uollugo will take placo iu
tho Central Union Church this even
ing at 7:30 o'clock.
It is reported that tho P. G. guards
have been uotiiied to "dig up" their
taxos. It is also reported that they
refused point blank to perform that
A mooting of American citizous
desirous of celobrating tho glorious
fourth, is called for to-morrow even
ing (Saturday), in tho Arlington
Hotel, at 7:30 o'clock.
Mr. John Wiso, a graduato of Ka
mohamoha who is homo on a vaca
tion from Oborlin Collego, will do
liver an address at Kawaiahao
Church Sunday evening.
K. M. Fuller, stovedoro for Allen
& Robinson's Hoot of coasting
schooners, loft ou tho stoamor W. G.
Hall this morning for a month's
vacation at t'ahala, Hawaii.
Littlo Willio Maerluus, who foil a
distance of twenty-live foot in the
Puuahou school grounds was better
if anything to-day. Ho still lies in
a critical condition, howovor.
Mr. C. B. Reynolds, executive o Ul
cer of tho Board of Health, is rush
ing up a now building at quarantine,
and hopes to have it finished by tho
time the Japanese immigrants ar
rive. Mr. Hoinrii'h Renjes is still unable
to attend to his duties in F. A.
Schaofor & Co.'s to-day, through tho
accident which befell him on Wed
nesday night. Ho is very weak from
loss oi blood.
Mr. W. E. C, Harrison, corres
pondent of tho Baltiinorcan, was
one of tho tourists for the Volcano
by tho Hall to-day. Tho Bulletin
has had tho pleasure of a call fiom
Tho halfway house case was argu
ed and submitted this morning in
tho District Court, the evidence be
ing the same as in the case of John
Richard, charge with selling liquors
at the same resort.
Talk about revolutions! Whj', the
Golden Rule Bazaar is having a re
volution on the arrival of every for
eign stoamor. Tho latest is a revo
lution in sowing; machines. You can
got ono thoro now for S8.50.
Clans Spreckols will givo a ban
quet at the Hawaiian Hotel on Tues
day evening in honor of Charlo
Nordhoir, correspondent of the Now
York Herald. Mr. Nordhoir and
daughter leave ou tho.S.S. Australia.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Stout and Mas
tor Lewis are among tho visitors by
last stoamor. They como from St.
Mary's, Ohio, and will stay a year
for Mrs. Stout's health. Tho Bul
letin ollico had a pleasant call from
Mr. Stout this morning.
W. II. Comwell returned to Maui
on tho steamer W. U. Hall this
morning. The Major is getting his
sittimnle inln film mill I In fur tint
lth of July races at Kahului. His
horses aro true blue royalists and
they'll be iu tho ovonts from start to
Tho Mystic Loilo, No. 2, K. of I'.,
will givo a litiuijiiot to-morrow own
ing at tho Arlington Uotol, in honor
of Uiiviil Dayton, tho rotirinK lJl'
pnty Suprumo Chaiifollor of tho UI
uiicIh, and to C. .1. .McCarthy, li'n
hiimmrior in ollico. Aihantago will
alro bo ttilion of tin occasion to bid
faiowoll to ('. T. Wildor, pust olinn
collor, who will Iuhvo for .San Kran
FOB JACK IN PORT.
Ground Brolcon for Now
Excavating for tho foundations of
tho Sailors' Homo building has bo
gun. A depth of six or sovon foot
has boon roachod, tho work to pro
coed to bod rock. Tho building is
to occupy tho block fronting on
Halokauwila stroot, botwoon IJioh
ards and Alakea streets. There will
bo enough open space around it to
ensure ample circulation ot air, with
ground sutliciont to have an attrac
tive garden about the placo.
' From an examination of tho plans
at tho olhco oi Liiicas liros., proprie
tors of tho Honolulu Planing Mill,
who aro contractors for tho build
ing, it does not appear that tho
building is to bo as substantial as
might liavo been expected. Tho
lower story is probably strong
enough with walls 12in. thick, but
tho thickness of Sin. , or ono brick,
for tho second story walls would
scorn to bo rather frail. Although
within tho firo limits, it would hardly
bo correct to say that tho Homo is
going to bo a ilroproof building.
For throo foot live inches above tho
brick walls tho structure is to bo of
wood, with considerable projections
of wood and plaster, and thoro aro
no tiro walls.
Tho olovations shown iu tho
plans indicato a handsoino-look-nig
building. It would bo a pity
if false economy makes it anything
but a thoroughly safo and sub
stantial structure. Perhaps it is
not too lato to soenro a revision of
tho plans. After what has boon soon
of tho capacity of tho ladios of Ho
nolulu to raiso a fund, in tho case of
tho furnishing of tho Masonic Tem
ple, thoro is littlo reason to fear that
tho means for increasing tho dura
bility of tho Sailors' Homo building
bo will not forthcoming.
A GENEROUS ACT.
Joseph. Tinker Recovers Some of His
On Monday last someone entered
tho residence of Mr. Jos. Tinker, on
Nuuauu street whilo tho family woro
out and carried off a small safo con
taining a number of old coins and
gold 11101103'. The morning after tho
robbery a gentleman was walking
down Kaahumanu street when hap
pening to glance downwards through
t ho grating on tho sidewalk outside
of T. H. Davies & Co.'s store ho saw
tho tjlittor of coins.
told ono of tho employees of tho
store, and tho latter wont below and
gathered up about fifteen old coins,
some Japaneso, Chinese, English and
American 11101103 dating as far back
as 1800. Tho coins woro handed
over to A. L. C. Atkinson, and ho
niado enquiries in town, in order to
find out who owned tho 11101103-. H
thought that probably some 0110
walking ou tho sidewalk had drop
pod them without knowing it. His
enquiries woro unsuccessful.
On Wednesday last Mr. Tinker
and another gentleman woro con
versing on tho streot when tho sub
ject changed to curious coins, and
Mr. Tinker niontionod his loss last
Monday. Tho gentleman having
heaul about Mr. Atkinson's find took
Mr. Tinkor down to tho storo and
introduced tho gouts. Without aii3'
pressing whatever Mr. Atkinson
promptly handed over tho coins,
which woro identified by the Masters
Tinker, to whom tho littlo safo bo
longed. It was a very generous act
on the part of Mr. Atkinson. Tho
burglar had probably thought tho
coins valueless and throw thorn
down the grating.
How a Dead Husband's Bonos
Not Go to China.
A Chinawoman uamud Fong She
told tho following btory in tho Dis
trict Court to-day. Sometime ago
she gavo Chi'Jg .Uuk Kwai $100 in
cold cash to send the hones of her
deceased husband to China, tho lat
ter agreeing to do tho job for 200.
Tho other 100 was to bo paid after
wards. Tho bones woro to bo in
China inside of three years. Fong
Sho went to China, remained
thoro two years and camo back last
year. On investigation sho found
that Kwai had not porformed his
part or the transaction, and hordoad
husband's bones wore still in Hono
lulu. Sho asked him to rofund tho
money, but this was not done.
Hence she brought a suit of gross
cheat iu the first degree. Defendant
did not deny having made the con
tract. C. W. Ahhford, counsel for
defendant, asked for a dismissal as
tho facts proven were not gross
cheat, .ludgo Foster will givo a de
STRUCK AN ORDERLY.
Lioutonnnt Kinp Arrestod on a War
rant for Assault and Battery.
Lioutenant G. W. It. King, of tho
1. G. army, was arrested this morn
ing by tho I'. G. police on a charge
of assault and battery on an orderly
in tho guards. Tho orderly states
(hat the lieutenant struck him on
Wednesday night without provoca
tion. Captain Farkor marched up
to the Executive building this morn
ing and presented the warrant. Tho
lieutenant was given up peacefully,
Col. Sopor, commander of the forces,
later secured Lieutenant King's re-
loaco, on his (Sopor's) recognizance.
It looks strange to have a lieutenant
of tho army arrested by a police olll
cer for an olVeimo committed iu tho
Bookod to Louvo.
Tho following ro bookod as pas
nongorrt for Vanoonvor, 15. C, pur
Warrinioo, duo lioru from lirihbano
on July 1st:
.Miiin .M. Konwoll, .Mr. and Mrs. II.
W. Pool; and child, .Mr. and .Mrn.
David Hici, .Mr. (u-o. Iv. Kogorn, .Mr.
I' Northrop, .Mr. and Mm, Cii-o. U.
'pill'. WEEKLY lUMTl.KTIN - (.'OI..
L iiiniuol liiteriuitlut: lUiiuilni; Mailer.
iHlnudsfti uiutUd to furnlKU W)Hiitrl, 5
Graduating Exorcises at Kawaiahao
Church-List of Graduates.
Tho graduating exorcises of tho
Knmohnmoha Schools took placo at
Kawaiahao Church yesterday even
ing, tho old stono edifice being
crowded to its utmost capneity. Tho
church was docorated with pottod
plants and overdraws. Rovs. W. B.
Oleson, tho retiring principal, and
S. L. Dosha woro seated on the plat
form near a picture of tho founder
of tho school, Mrs. Bornico Pauahi
Bishop. The oxoreisos opened with
orchestral music under tho leader
ship of Prof. Borgor, and was fol
lowed with a salutatory address by
Samuol Maholona delivered finely.
Class statistics by Abraham Pihi
procodod a song by tho popular gloo
club. Tho club received an encoro.
Two discussions woro hold ono en
titled, "Resolved, That an incomo
tax is dosirablo for this country,"
and tho othor, "Resolved, That largo
landed estates aro harmful to na
tional development." Jamos Har
bottlo and Joliu Wahinomaikai and
Win. Mohoula and David Ai took
part iu tho first and Honr3' Blake
and Samuol Mahuka and I. Hnr
bottlo and Robert Baker argued on
tho second. Tho argument showed
careful training and tho speakers
displayed good elocution. A com
position, "Homos for Hawaiians," by
K. Kaneho, was an oxcellout effort.
Mosos Kauwo iu "Class Prophecy"
caused ripples of laughter with his
3uaint sayings. Tho valedictory was
olivorcd by M. Hoonani, after
which Principal Oleson presented
tho graduating class with thoir
diplomas. Mr. Dosha pronouncod
tho bonodictiou Tho graduating
class consist of: David Ai, Robort
Baker, Honry Blake, Isaac Harbot
tlo, Jamos Harbottle, Mathow Hoo
nani, Kaili Knuohe, Noah Kauhane,
Mosos Kauwo, Solomon Maholona,
Samuol Mahuka, William Mohoula,
Abraham Pihi, John Wahinomaikai.
Rosult of Carrying a Bundle for a
S. W. Maholona, an elderly woll
known gentleman, was arrested some
time ago, with five tins of opium in
a iiuunv sack in his possession. Ma
holona disclaimed at tho time know
ing anything about what tho sack
contained, as a Chinaman gave it to
him to take to a certain place. Ho
admitted iu tho District Court this
morning that ho had possession of
the articles, but denied that he know
that it was opium. Tho Chinaman
who had given him tho bag to carry
had skipped and is not to bo found,
although defendant himself had
made a search for him. Ho was
found guilt- and sentenced to pay
a lino of 150. An appeal was noted.
Marriago of a Postal Clerk.
S. L. Kekuniano, clerk at tho de
livery window at tho Post Ollico,
and Miss Maria Ilae, of Pukoo, Molo
kai, woro married yostornay evening,
Rev. S. L. Dosha tj'ing tho knot. Af
ter tho ceremony tho voting groom's
numerous friends filed into tho room
and wished tho couple a jo-ftil jour
ney on tho sometimes troublosomo
sea of life. Tho reception over, a
luau was given in a lanai and a good
time was had. Thoro was abundanco
of eatables and to sparo. A quintot
of musicians wero present and play
ed during tho luau, which lasted un
til tho "woo sma' hours a3ont tho
twal." Tho Bulletin wishes Mr. and
Mrs. Kekumauo a happy wedded
A Valuable Gift.
Commissioner Marsdou has re
ceived from Mr. Harry Gillig,
through Mr. E. C. Macfarlano, a
package of valuable tropical fruit
tree seeds. Thoso seeds wore col
lected bj' Mr. Gillig while on his
travels in tho Holy Land. Whoro
ovor ho came across a fiuit that was
good ho thought of these beautiful
islands that ho had so often visited
and ho savod tho seed. Some
months since Mr. Gillig brought to
thoso islands at great oxpen.-.o to
himself, a Wardian case full of very
valuable tropical fruit trees, among
which wore a numbor of tho world
famed Mangasteons. By these valua
ble donations Mr. Gillig, leaves an
ouduring remembrance of his gen
erosity. Aro 3-ou insured? If not, now is
tho time to provido yourself and
family with a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Itemedy as an insurance against any
serious results from an attack of
bowel complaint during tho summer
mouths. It is almost certain to be
needed and should be procured at
onco. No other remedy can take its
placo or do its work, lit and f0
cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith Si Co., agents for the
errculrd (it llw
neatly and j)romtly
UltlXQ Dlt. MONBAUKAT'S All-
seneo on Hawaii. Dr. B. SehneUler
will liavo rhiiiyi) ol his Intinunry. Tulu
ihine.s: Hell Jul, .Mutual IB3. Outers left
at ( 'luh Stables will receive prompt atten
'FOURTH OF JULY
MEHK'AN CITIZENS IX HONO-
lulu, dcftimiiM "i ( oiiiiiiiiiiioratlnu
uiu iiiruiiiay oi oieir miuniu iimcpcu
deiKd ou the iiiroai'huiK Fourth of Jul),
am ii'iiuurlcd to uit'i't at the ArlluiMim
lli.tel, h.VTlllDAY l.VENI.MJ, rune
17th, at 7::Ju u'uliH-k.
JAMES II. III.OUNT,
K. E. A M. V. of the United htatex.
Honolulu, June 111, Ib'ii. 7.il--'t
fdl vndu a month,
O! the Agony
Of Thoso who SufTor from
Hood's 8arapartlla PttrifleSf
Boothcs, llcala, CUllVS,
T. V. Johnson
San Jose, Cal.
" I hajo for many years been a great sufferer
from SCROFULA breaklnR out on my arms
amllcgsj they wciecovcrftl with eruption anil
sores, dlirhnrcltig all tlic ilmr. 1 ti led very
many medicines niul rontultud physicians far
and near, hut connlmtlly Ricvr norip. I
liavo taken hut three bottles of Hood'i Sarsapa-
Hood's x Cures
rllla for rheumatism, and hat derived 10 much
benefit from It that she declares thcio Is no
other moiliclno on cnith. Wo would not bo
without it In the housa If It costs $20 bottle."
T. Vauley Johnson", Ran Jose, Cal.
N. n. Its sure to pit Hood's Samparllla.
Hood's Pills act catlly, yet promptly and
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 2Ec.
IlOimON, NKWMAX & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Miinils.
ISHAIJi NOT 111: HKSPOXSIIJMJ
from this date for any debt or dehti
that inuv bo contracted by my wife, Knto
Marion 'Phonins, without mv written order.
K. 11. THOMAS.
Honolulu, Juno r, 1SU3. 71S-tf
MEETING OF THE
V. crsof thu Waianno Conmany will
1IU1U Mil .1 U lldUil 1 , .IllllU .1. .UU, .... A.
o'clock a. m.. nt the ollico of the under
eld on TUESDAY, June 1!., 18'I3, nt ID
signed on Merchant street. Special liud
nesi. C. O. BEUGElt,
IF 1 CAX BE OF. AXY SERVICE TO
you in the way of Sharpening Scissors,
Carving Knives " Lawn Mowers, Filing
Saws, Repairing Sprinklers and Water
Taps and Uijing Pipe, Soldering Tinware,
Setting Glass Repairing Furnituro or
Mending Garden lloe, etc., etc., nleao
ring up Mutual Telephono No. liKJ liuforo
!l a. M. or between VI and ltoO r. M.
7ls-tf X. F. BURGESS.
PEK S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beayer Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Oppo. Bethel St.
lIAh ON HANI)
and SILK CRAPE
For Ladies Dre.-ses,
Beautiful Embroidered and Brawn Work
Lacipier Work Clove lloxes, Caliinets,
Lanterns for Fetes, Balls, Etc,
Fancy Silk Japanese Umbrellas,
Showy Flower Pots, Satsuma Ware,
Window and Verandu Blinds,
Paper Napkins, China Ware, Etc.
E&- Inspection coiiiinlly invited. Xo
trouble to show Goods.
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE AI STEAMSHIP
A TTCmnTP A. T .T A M
Wll.b LEAVE HONOLULU
rilll TIIK AIIOVK I'OKT ON
Wednesday, June 21st,
Thu umU'ridnncd am now lirenared to
iMiie Through TleKe.i from this city to all
points In the United Stutex.
For further particular!) regarding Freight
or PnsMigo apply to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
7.'.Mil (ieueriil AgiuitH,
E. M. WAKEFIELD,
Anoiisnv AM C'oii.Nsci.i.oK at Law.
Temporary nlllcn with Mr. 0. W. Ashford.
Meri'liaiit st., Honolulu, II. I.
JD'JEL. 3E. GOTO,
su fjp? jSj
Physician : and : Surgeon '
Soil Tolephono IBS.
Can lie muautli'd at hi if side lire at Kuune
u la, on tin' maiiku lde of King Street, mid
Kwahlduol Lillha hlreet, hoiuu furiuurly
occupltsi ly Mr. u. L, DmIiii. 710-tl
N. S. SACHS
15 ao F'ort Streot, Honolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee I Cotton Chaillel
Light and Dark Ground EH'cots I'rotty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Blue, Cardinal and lllnek;
PISE FIGURED MUSLIXS IX NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Brocaded it Plain Chnmhrics,
Elder-down In Pink, Cream and llnhy
Polka Dot Muslins,
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF-
In Plctids, Clioclcs and Stripes. '
t& Come and co the 'White Goods wo arc tolling at 7, G and 5 yards for 1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
GIjSTCtIIAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces im all "WicLtlxs,
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
The Popular Kerman Dry Goods Store,
75 FORT. STREET 75
NEW GOODS !
IB. IE IEDBIILiIEIRS &g CO.
INDIA DIMITY IX WHITE and COLOKED-Jiut suitablo for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO CHOO PONGEE -CHEAT NOVELTIES
Sillta-lin and "Villa Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
J3T Dressmaking Under the Management of HISS E. CLARK. JS3
To Lot or Iioaso.
X Kitehcn iu
rear of :
Uhr. (lerf.'s Shoe Store atJ
10.t Fort Street. Annlv to
7H-:it C'HH. OEHTZ.
"VfEW HOUSE OF FIVE
i.1 rooms, on Magazine
Mtrect. with Bathroom, pat
ent W. ('., etc. Ooiiiinandi
one of thu finest views in Honolulu. Apply
J. .M. VIVAS.
COTTAGE TO LET.
ACOTTAOETO LET ON
near Queen's Hospital ; Six
Itoonis. Hunt lh. Annlv
to ,. ADLEH,
l.'S Nuuauu st., Hoot A Shoe store.
ONE HLOCK FHOM HE
rottinla street ears,
Cool and Convenient Cot
tnge of Six Rooms, Uirge
Uit, Stahlu and ClncKun House. App
E. It. HENDHY.
nt Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store
STORE AND HALLS EOR, LEASE.
rpil E M A UKA STOHE IN
JL Foster Hlock, Nuuauu
street near Meri'liaiit, eau
liu leased for a term of
wars. Also, Two Desirahle Halls ou thu
Upper Floor sullalilo for lixlgu iniriio-es.
Apply to W. FOSTEH.
ACOTTAOE ON KINd
Street, containing Par.
uir, iiiuiug-rooiii, - lieu
rooms, llatliroiiui, etc. , nlo
Carrluue House and Stahle
loeiillty. Trauiears pass every
Ihlll IIHKIUIIIIU. ,llll 111
71.VK .1 F. IIOWLP.lt.
The Daily liulletin it drlivend
currtwi for 60 twinto per motif n.
I 1 ft.,--s I
Figured Irish Lawm.
a Large Line
NEW GOODS !
& Smyrna Rugs
a Fiiruiihed ltoonia with or without
hoard; good location.
1 Furnitlied House at Palauia near Ke-
formatory School $.! per Month.
1 Cottage on lleretania Street 25 tr
1 Cottage ou ItcrcMiiia Street, opposlto
3 Stores on Xtiuanu Street, near llore-
Fish Ponds on
the road to Waikiki.
House and Ixit ou Heretaiila street near
Pensacoln. lot 'J00 feet frontage and
I IU feet deep.
Also, a VnluahlH Hlock of Hrlck Uuthl
Ings hi the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Bale.
FOR SALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Hecoiuiiiuuded specially hy Comnils
siouer of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight
FOH BALK HY
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
DR. GEO. H. HTJDDY,
... DENTIST ....
lleretaulii street noar Kiiinm.
HiUks; lit, vi.
to b r. u
00 c'ttti u muulht
I dH4rd (rt4y