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Leave Pearl Oily 0:30 2:!10 0:10 fliM
Arrlvo Ewa Mill 0:57 2:57 5:3(1 0:22
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Leave Ewa Mill (1:21 10:13 3:1.1 5:12
Learo Pearl Cltv 1 1:35 11:15 t:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:35 4:55 0:45
A. Saturdays only.
O. Sundays oxcopted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tides, Sun mid Moon.
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On. ot Uiconwlcli time.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 189,'J.
S TumiAY, June 17.
Haw ship John Una, Schnauor, from
San Francisco en route to Port Fine,
Am sell Hubert Lowers, Goodman, 13
days from San Francisco
Stmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii
Strur Iwalani from Kauai
Stmr Pele from Maknwcli
Stmr Mokolii from Molokai
Schr Moiwahinc from ICoholalcle
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, Waialua, Moku-
leia, at 0 a m
Stmr Jas Makee for Kapau
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr Kinau 1013 bags sugar, 110
sheep, 2b0 bags potatoes, 14 bag-, corn,
70 hogs, Ii horses, 200 es pineapple-, 7
bbls poi, 11)2 pkgs sundries.
Por stmr Iwalani 1."00 bags sugar.
Per stmr Pele 3150 bags sugar.
From Sun Francisco, per sell liobert
Lowers, Junul7 Mrs L E Atwater, Miss
Marion Logan, Miss Agnes Lovell.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Juno 17 W D IX-slilor, W V Warner, liev
E Faber, Miss J Deyo, Miss Ellen I.yinan,
Miss Mary Hitelicoek, O Thool, Y Kusata,
E W Crocker, W H Holmes Mrs Yositaki
and child, H A Heen, V II Smith, A
Daersler, Dr Komai, Dr I) ) llond, Miss .1
liond, E P Low, E E Olding, Jas Kenton.
O 0 Akina, J II Mackenzie, C Alice, G K
Wilder and wife, C L Wight and child,
Miss Helen Wilder, and 21s deck passen
gers. Vessels in Port.
USS Boston, Day, from a cruise
U S S Adams, Nelson, from San 'FrancNco
Am4-mastedsehr Lyman D Foster, Dreeyr,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am bk Matilda, Swenson, from Nanaimo,
Am bktne Mary Winkelmau, Nisscn, from
Dr schr Norma, Macnuarrio, from Yoko
hama Am 1-in King Cyrus, from Newcastle, NSW
Itk Kate, Davenport, from Puget Sound
Brit bk lloutenlieck, Mussel, from Newcas
tle, N S W
Foreign Vessels Expected.
H 1) M S Royal Arthur from England
H i) M S Temerairo fiom England
Am bk Martha Davis from Doston, duo
Am schr W H Talbot, from Newcastle, due
Dktne Klikitat, from Pugct Sound, due
Dr bk Ludstock from Liverpool, due July
Dk Sharpshooter from Newcastle, due June
Dk iimorna, from Newcastle, N S V,
Gor bk J 0 Pllugor, from Dremeii, due Oct
OerbkG N Wilcox from Liverpool, due
Oer bk Paul lscnbcrg from Liverpool, due
The steamer Iwalani brought 1CO0 bags
of Koloa sugar this morning.
The steamer Claudinu is at tho foot of
Eort street undergoing general overhaul
ing. Tho steamer Polo brought 3150 bag-, sugar
from Makaweli plantation for tho S. S.
Tho four-niasted schooner Lyman D.
Foster has docked ut the Kinau wharf to
Tho steamer Likeliko will return from
Maui to-morrow morning, whun uu ex
amination will be tnude of her botliim.
The following is tho memorandum of the
American schooner liobert Lewors, V, 0,
Ooodman master, which arrived this uiurn
h'Ki i'i'A days from San Eraucifco, consign
ed to Messrs. II. Huckfrlil it Co. Cargo,
050 tons general merchandise, thepiinci
pal items of which areas follows: zi.'UUsks
grain and feed, 700 K-sks Hour, 7a) sks ll-di
Kuano, 1XJ es crackors, 100 us coal oil, irt7
pkgs groceries, 1010 pkgs miscellaneous
merchandise. l.'i.i kegs wine, 50 pkgs whis
key, 1000 bills It V shingle-,, llfti It y
siunglc-, t(j.'i.J It
50 bids lime, 50 li.i
Iseo I 11.111. Jun
posts, u'J.OOO red brick. 150 bids lime. 50 bales
hay. Left San I'Vaueisco I p.m. June ;j
Hue weather the entire
Aroyou insured? Jf not, now is
Iho time to provide yournelf and
family with a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Dinrrluea
Roinody as an insurance against any
serious resu ts from an nil net: if
. . I --- ..- t
Dowel couiii anil duriiiL' ilin hiiiiiniKi-
months. It is almost certain to be
needed and should bo procured at
once. .No other remedy can take ils
place or do its work. '; ami no
cent bottles for sale by all dualors,
IliillKlm Kniil Ii A- I !., mn.uiu r... ii...
i, i ...... w, tjouin iui uie
LOOAL AND QENEHAL NEWS.
The P. O. band will piny at tlio
baseball gaino this aftornoon.
Tlio sU-ninnr Iwnlnni brouirlil (on
lopors from Niilinn this morning.
Croseonls and KniiU'liaiiiclias will
uicot til U::it) oVlodc this iiftornoon.
Mrs. Alnr.v Sylva, Laliaina, lias JO
lioatl oach of lior&DS and (initio for
Mr. S. Kolh calls for bills rurniusl
him (o bo presented by Tuesday
Manager Frieinnn of Sans fiouui
will put up oysters in any stylo to
morrow. Throo CliiiioM) fan-tan players
wore fined $10 each in tlio District
Air. Jas. 1L Boyd lias a trespass
notice elsewhere regarding YVninko
akua falls in Man on valley.
A portrait of Mr. Thurston, Ha
waiian Minister, appears in the
latest Review of Reviews.
Tlio item in yesterday's paper
about a dinner to Air. Nordholi' by
Col. Spreckels was incorrect.
See (hat you get the supplement
with Judge Cooley's opinion on an
nexation with to-day's paper.
Tho banquet to Messrs. Davton,
McCarthy and C. T. Wilder will be
given at the Arlington to-night.
Rev. Air. Saunders of tho Ptinjanb
will preach at the !l:J!i service in St.
Andrew's Cathedral to-morrow.
Ton thousand copies of .ludgo
Copley's opinion, translated into Ha
waiian, are being printed for distri
bution. Before it was noticed a portion of
to-day's edition was through tho
ress with yesterday's date on the
Dr. Henri AlcUrew, dispensary
physician, has been granted three
months' leave of absence to travel
for his health.
George Ryan, charged with the
thoft of tho Crown jewels, will have
a Hearing in the District Court on
Tho S. S. China will bo duo from
tho Orient en route to San Francisco
on Monday next. Tho steamer will
uomo into port.
Memorial services will be held in
Harmony hall at 2:110 o'clock to
morrow afternoon by the Odd Fel
lows and their families.
Tho whole of tho mortgaged pro
perty of W.C. Aclii was sold at noon
to-day at tho salesroom of J. F.
Morgan to an order for S2000.
The old ollico of tho Minister of
Finance, in lato Aliiolani Hale, i to
bo occupied by the Chiuune registra
tion buroai of the Foreign ollico.
Liliuokalaui band at tho Leper
Settlement is to have now uniforms
from a subscription fund for the
purpose raised by tlio Advortiser.
Tho Board of Health has refused
the rame.st of a native preacher, for
warded through Chief Justice -ludd.
for leavo to preach at tho Lopor
A meeting will be held at the Ar
lington hotel tin evening at 7:.'5(J
o'clock to make arrangements for a
fitting celebration of tho glorious
Fourth of July.
V. C. Wilder, Jr., has been elected
Captain of tho Field Battery in
place of his brother, C. T. Wilder,
appointed Hawaiian Consul-General
at San Francisco.
A native woman, for having forty
three cho fa tickets in possession,
was fined :5i00 in tho District Court
to-day. A man, for having ono
ticket, was fined $2T).
A grand masquerade ball will bo
given at tho Berctania street Armo
ry on Saturday evening. As tho pro
ceeds are to be given for charitable
purposes it should bo liberally
Witphalt, a sailor half-seas
was picked up by special J
van on tlio city lrout to-day and
conducted to the Polico Station,
where ho is now, sleeping oil' tlio
oirects of a "boo.e."
A Portuguese laborer mot with an
accident this morning at the Hono
lulu Iron Works. Ilo was working
on the addition being made to tho
buildings, when he Tell to I ho ground,
spraining Ids' loll arm.
Judge Foster pave his decision in
the ease of li. Wery, proprietor of
tho Halfway house, this morning,
sentencing liim to pay a fine of .$10
for keeping a disorderly house.
Wery noted an appeal.
Mons. G. B. d'Anglade, formerly
French Commissioner to Hawaii, has
writtou another book. It is entitled,
"Around Chicago and Note-, on tho
United Slate.-." Ho write-, under
tho pen name of '"(I. San via,"
Prof. Max. Lohoido promises a
good evening'.-! athletic entertain
ment at the Berelania street Armory
this evening, commencing at 8
o'clock. There will bo a rattling six
round go with glovon between two
professional iiiiddlow eights.
So inanv subjects tire floated iu
the Hawaiian Hardware Co.'-, column
to-day that our stall', depleted by
griji, asks to bo excused fiom a complete-
leview. As the article is iu
the same language a- the rent of tho
paper, and withal iu bigger type,
the reader can digest the mailer for
himself and heinolf. Fveu Judge
Cooley could not make it plainer.
A vnlunblo li;a?n of GmiM'iiimH.t
land with lurK1' wurul.otiM' un tlm
nil l (Villi! illl ( llwutti (.4 fiinl tuil tt'iwin
II J IM'IM WII Vlll'll Plll.Ul HI'I 1M I'll
iivn.ni, u.-.w ,.! i. n i.-. .,,-.
i stores, pailieiilarlv well shunted for
i (he storage of ii'ioichiiiidiso of nil
kinds, will be mid at .(tuition, next
SMinnlm' . n na ,ilvil-iil...iiiiMi .,r .1
j F. .Morgan, to whom application, fur
i ..v.. r .i '.' i
jus MHHioii oi win iteiiiises, can po
Oommoncomont ExercUoa at Central
Onhu College, head of tho famous
J'unahou system of schools, hold i(s
fifty-second commencement exorcises
at Central Union Church yesterday
evening, The edifice was crowded
with an intorested nudionco. Floral
decorations wore placed in effective
positions. An olllgy of t ho class pin
in tho college colors, buff and blue,
appeared on tho organ pipes, in
scribed: "O. C. Carpo Diem. lS'.W."
As the opening ovorturo was play
ed by the orchestra of tho Hawaiian
baud, tlio trustees of tho college,
followed by Principal Hosmor with
(he other members of tho faculty
and the graduating class, eanio upon
the platform. Tho class is as follows:
Alexander Alontague Alhorlon,
Charles Alontaguo Cooke, Jr., Honry
Choisung llapai, James Robort J mid,
Alargarot Helen Alossman, Georgo
Miuillom watorlioiiso. following is
tho program of exercises:
Overdue The Diadom
Ucv. 0. P. nmuron.
1. "Tlio Elcinmitsof Success,"
Alexander M. Atlierton.
2. "ltevolutiou in Itu-sia,"
Henry (.'. llnjml.
Hallelujah clioni" Handol
3. "Achievement of Christianity,"
tlcoige S. Walcrhouse.
1. "Progress oT Medicine and Surgery,"
Charles M. Cooke, Jr.
Spinning Song ( Flying I hitchman)
Girls' flloo Club.
5. "Anglo-SuMin Fiecdom,"
.lames 1!. .ludd.
0. "The Hawaiian Pilgrim EatherV
wllh Valedictory (by vote of tlio class),
Margaret II. Mussinan.
Vacation hong P. H. Dodge
College Glee Club.
Presentation of Diplomas,
-Miss L. V. Dale.
Finale Unter den I.indcu Eilenberg
Miss Dalo sang "Annie Laurio'' as
an encore. Slio never fails to earn
and receive an ovation for this song.
Air. A. F. Judd, played on the largo
organ, tho accompaniment to the
"Hallelujah Chorus" selection. Tho
composition of the various class ad
dresses was creditable as well as their
The Grip Interferes With a Social
Function Illness of Dr. Williams.
Tho wedding reception of Mr. and
Ah. W. L. Aloore wtis celebrated at
tho residence of the brido's parents
Mr. and Airs. I). If. Hitchcock on
Tuesday evening, Juno 13. Thero
was a goodly number present to con
gratulate tho newly married couple,
lint not as many camo as was expec
ted when the invitations were sent
out. as tho prevailing diseaso kept
many nway, not wishing to como out
at night, lulluena is and has been
for nomo tiuio quite prevalent here,
but is now gradually disappearing.
It has seen its best days. Wo hope
to see our Dr. William around soon,
who has boon ill with pneumonia for
about three weeks. Dr. Aloore, I
think, will-practice, for a while.
It is expected thai the annexation
club will got up tho Fourth of July
exercises this year at liilo.
Sailed from llilo, Juno 10, brig
Lurli-ie, Capt. Chas. Alatson, for San
Francisco, with 10,107 bags sugar,
1,2S:J,J-JS lbs. weight, .?:57,:312.;5'J value;
1! boxes curio.-, valuo .7)2.F0.
inio, Juno in, isua.
MAYHEM BY A JAP.
Ho Bites Off a Native's Ear at Wai
Judge S. II. Alahuka, of Waimoa,
Hawaii, who is in town, received a
letter from that plaeo bj' this morn
ing's mail, telling of a tusslo be
tween a native and a Japanese, which
j ended sorely for the nativo. Races
of some kind were iu progress at -1
p. m. on June 8. when Aloses Koki
and a Japanese quarreled and
clinched in a cateh-as-catch-can
wrestle. Tho .lap throw Aloses to
ii .1 1...1 ,, :ii.
,lu l;i iiiiim, mil. v;.iwiu uuh ii 11.11
him. If tl
Jap was tho bettor man
in a wrestle, he was not so in a hox
i ing match. .Moses punnnolod him
1 vigorously while tho men struggled
1 prone in the dust. At length tho
Jap, stung into a violent rage, soizou
Moses by the ear with his tooth,
chewing oil' half or three-quarters of
an inch of the organ. A physician
probably Dr. Greenfield was
called and sowed
the ear together
THE ENGINEER SKIPS.
Commander Nolson. is Put to Incon
vonionco by a Bluejacket.
Commander NoKon, of the U. S. S.
Adams, came aslioro from that ves-
sel yesterday evening in a steam
I launch. After a brief visit aslioro
I the commander returned to tho
boatlauding when ho was told that
Thomas Brannan, engineer on the
I launch, had taken Kroneh leave.
! The commander was left in a quan
I dary. Ho reported the fact to tho
1 police, offering a reward of 10 for
I Braiiuan's apprehension, and sent a
slioio boat to the Adams for another
I engineer. The engineer soon ar
i rived and tlio commander wa eon
I veyed on board.
1 Half an hour after the steamboat
left Urannau was arrested by a
i native policeman, and this morning
i was returned to tho ship.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Is famous u.i a
Cure for sovoio colds.
Famous as a
Preventive of pneumonia.
Famous as a
I'reveulive and cure for croup,
Famous for the relief it ailurds iu
famous as a safe and pleasant
.Medicine for children,
Try it. fl) cent buttles fur will) l.v
Munson, Smitli Co.,
i . .V..i..
, ,euirt lor hid
OPIUM AT MAHUKONA.
Nativo Woman Passengor on Kinau
Caught With Somo.
When tho steamer Kinau arrived
at Alahukona this last trip a posso
of polico ollicors mot passengers nt
tho landing. Chinese passengers
wore searchod for opium, but none
was found. Among tho passengers
was a nativo woman who acted
rather suspiciously. Her actions
were noticed by ono of tho polico
ollicors mid he followed her up. She
had a bundle in her hand which she
endeavored to pass unnoticed. The
man in blue stopped the woman and
on opening tho bundle found it to
contain twoidy-two tins of opium.
Tho womau wns arrested. The slult
camo from Honolulu.
Mishap to tho Iiikollko.
A report was received by tho
steamer Kinau this morning of an
accidont to tho steamer Likeliko on
Thursday morning, but which is not
as serious as first given out. It was
first reported that there was a hole
knocked in the steamer's bottom.
The steamor only struck near Kea
nao Point, Alaui, and scraped her
bottom. No serious injury was sus
tained. Tho Likeliko is ordered on
the Alarino Railway ahead of the
Kinau in consequence of tho acci
dent. ADVERTISING NOTES.
Rooms to let with board at llani
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaviii'' use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents. I
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu-
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., j
Dr. AleLenuan, I'M Fort street. ,
above Hotel. Chronic and Surgical I
cases. Mutual Telephone G82.
Dr. Geo. II. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his ollico Troin Kins' street
to Berctania street, near Emma.
W. II. Benson, piano and organ
tuner, has returned from Kauai and
may bo found at tho Arlington
Hotel as usual.
That j'oung niinistor will never
succeod; ho is too easily rattled."
"1 novor noticed it."
"I did. At Emma Harkin's wed
ding ho kissod tho groom and shook
hands with the brid?." Xew York
Job Printing neatly and promptly
rreeiiterf al the HuUetin OJJire.
rpiIE UNDEK.SIUNED P.EQUESTS
i that all bills out-tanding against
him be presented at liN -toro wot later
than Tuusdav next at noon.
Honolulu, June 17, ISfi.'l. 755-It
HORSES AND CATTLE FOIt SALE.
"I70KTV HEAD OK EACH
JL running on the Lands j VrTl
uf Hiuiokahua, Mailepai and 4. "-V !l
liitliaiiil, .Maui. VCTni
MISS. M.VKY SILVA,
I. O. O. F. NOTICE.
ALL MEMIIEISS OK THE 1. (). O.K.
and their Kaiuilic- are reiiuested to
attend Memorial Service-, at llarmom
Hull, King street, TO-MOIIKOW (Sundav)
AKTKl:N()OX,.lunc 1-th, at 2:Ki'cloelv.
All are cordially invited to contribute
Klowers. Per order.
J. J. LECKEl!,
Sectetary of Committee of Arrangement-.
ALL PAItTIES DESIUIN'G TOUOTO
Waiakeakua Kails in Minion Vallev
uiu hereby rcijuc-tcil to obtain a permis
sion from the under-igned, otherwise they
will lie pro-ecutcd for trcpa if found oil
the premi-cs without -ueli permission.
JAS. 11. IIOYD,
at tho Land Olllee, Supieme Court Uuild
ing. Honolulu, Juno 17, Ib'J.i. 75Vtf
DU1UNG DK. MONSAKKAT'S Alt
seiico on Hawaii, Dr. It. Schneider
will have charge of his I iitiriiinrv. Tele
lihones: liell 1HI, Mutual I8X Orders left
at Club Stables will leceive prompt atten
I SHALL NOT ItE KESI'ONSIIILE
from this date for any debt or debts
that may bo contracted by my wife, Kate
Marion Thomas, without liiv written order.
E. I'J. THOMAS.
Honolulu, June 5, 18'.):!. 715-tf
IV I CAN HE OK ANY SEKV1CETO
1. you in the wav of Sharpening Scissors,
Carving Knives, Ijiwii .Mowers, Filing
Saws, Keiiairing Sprinkler-, and Water
Taps and l.a)Ing Pipe, Soldeiing Tinware,
Setting Glass, Konalriug Kurnituro or
Mending Gulden Hose, etc., etc., please
ring up Mutual Telephone No. 15'J before
!l .. m. or iietween VI and l:.'ll) v. M.
71-3-tf N. P. 1IUKOEKS.
WILLIAM KOSTEK WILL ACT l'OK
nit- iu all inatter.s of business until
further notice, under full iiow or of attor
ney. ALIIEUT .IAEGEK.
IIoiiolulu, June Kl, lb!U,
lOEKEKKING TO THE AMOVE, I
li heieby give notice to all persons hav
ing business with Albert Jiiegur to trans
art tho same with inn jiersuiiully, at his
ollico on Kaahuiiiaiiu -licet.
WILLIAM Ft 1ST I IK.
IIoiiolulu, June i:;, Imis. 75'J-iw
Grand Masquerade !
A T THE ItElM'EST
xl rniiiiiiiDiit i.adK
who took p.
who took p.irl iu the ball which was given
auollier .ManMileiaile will I
nlveli at the Am. ore on SATIIIIDAY
EVENING. June .'llli. It will he given
under the dm etlou uf the -innu eoiuiiilltoo
who eiiudiicled (lie la-t ball. Everything
will be done lo iinoiro a good tiuio to lliu-i-wlliilitleud.
I lie iirocei ds will bu applied
Jo tlio Triiu-poriatloii of uu Invalid to his
iioino mid tin- balance will bu given lo a
JjiiIIuo' t'lmriliible Society. Doors uju-u
111 8 o'l'loel,.
er-TICKi;i'ri fi. Tickeu can bo had
nt Milliliter v Co., Ili-iituii, Kiiiith .V Co.,
Jlobron, Nuwiuaii ii Co,, Hawullaii Sow a
Mro. Mary E. O'Zullon
of riiUi(0.,eny llinpliy
(IrlmiB uro AMnnlnhcsl,
Mid look nt licr llLo ono
Raised tajiie Dead
Long and Terrible Illness
from Blood Poisoning
Completely Cured by Hood's
Mrs. Mary r. O'Fallon, a very Intelligent
lady of l'lqu.i, Ohio, wai pohoned wlillo as
sisting physicians nt an autopsy 5 years ago,
and soon Irrrlblo ulccrM broke, out on licr
henu, arms, tonguo niul threat. Her hair all
camo out. Slio weighed but 78 11)3., and saw
no prospect of help. At last slio began to
take. Hood's S.irsaparllla uiul at onco Im
proved; could soon get out ot hod and walk.
She says: " I becaino perfectly cured by
and am now a well woman. I weigh 12311)9.,
cat well and do tho work for a largo family.
My caso seems a wonderful recovery and
physicians look at mo In astonishment, as
almost lihn one rained from tho dend."
HOOD'8 PILLS iliould bo In evory family
medietas cliost. Oncouied.alwiyi preferred.
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
FOURTH OF JULY
AMEltlCAN ClTiy.r.NS IN HONO
luhi, desiroitM of Coinnieiuoratiug
the Dirtliday of their National Indepen
dence on tho'upproaohing Konrth of July,
are requested to meet at the Arlington
Hotel, S ATT 111) AY EVEN1NC., Juno
17th, at 7:ai o'clock.
JAMES H. I1LOUNT,
E. E. ,t M. P. of the United State-.
Honolulu, June 111, IS'.).). 75l-'Jt
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Hotel Street, - - Oppo. Bethel St.
II.S ON II Wli
SILK and SILK CRAPE
For Ladies Dresses,
ileautifiil Embroidered and Drawn Work
Lacquer Work Glovo lloxes, Cabinets,
Lanterns for Fetes, Balls, Etc,
Fancy Silk Japanese Umbrellas,
Showy Flower Pols, Satsuma Waro,
Window and Veranda lllincN,
Papor Napkins, China Waro, Etc.
IW Inspection cordially Invited. No
trouble to show- Goods,
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE AI STEAMSHIP
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
run Tin: iiovi- i-OHT on
Wednesday, June 21st,
.A.T NOON .
Tlio undersigned are now iirepairul to"
ssiio Through I'lekets from tins city to all
loints iu the United Stales.
I For fin ther particulars regarding Frolglit
i or Passage apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
I 7 r-'-dt
F. M. WAKEFIELD,
Aiioiim:y ami Goi'Nsi'.i.i.oit t Liw,
Teiiiiiorarv oIIick with Mr. I'. W. Alif.ml
! Mm'cliaut el., Honolulu, II. 1.
, 3DjH,. 3E. GOTO,
i Physician : and ; Surgeon
1 23oll Toloialioiio 1 86,
Clin be ciiUMilled at his residence ut Keuiie
iilu, on the inuuk.i side of King Street, mid
Ewai-nleof Llliha Strict. houe fortunrly
occupied by Mr. G. ,. l)elm. 7n-tf
Dully Jlulhtiii, fill tenia n month,
'"JJJ w" p, SJ t iyfff A
N. S. SACHS
rsao Iort f3troot, Honolulu.
ummer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaille!
Light and Dark Ground Ell'eets Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLOKS COTTOX OliAPE
In Pink, ('renin, Light lllue, Ciirdlual and Dlack;
FINE riGUKED MUSLINS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Gingham, llrocaded A- Plain Oliatnbrie",
Elilur-doun in Pink, Cream and llahy lllue,
Polka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish I.awn.
Ixi PlQ-ids, Checks and Stx'ipes.
f&- Come and eo the White Goods we are selling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for $1. -qH
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
GIN"GIIAMS, Latest Pattern;
HOSIERY, LA DIES' SHOES,
Laces tl a,ll "V7"id-tlxs7
ALL K1XDS OF BELTS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
The Popular German Dry Goods Store,
75 FORT STREET 75
NEW GOODS !
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
99 POET STK.E3E3T.
Clienile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GKEAT VAK1ETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COI.OKED-.Inst suitable fur this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO CHOO PONGEE -GKEAT NOVELTIES
SiHtalin and "Villa IDi-apery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
& Dressmaking Under Uie Management of MISS K. CLARK. .S3
To Liot or Loaso.
rpwo KOOMS WITH
JL Kitchen in rear of
Clir. Hertz's Shoe Store atj
101 Fort Street. Annlv lo
7lis-Ut CHK. GEKTZ.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent , C. etc. Commands
ono of tlio finest views in Honolulu. Apply
COTTAGE TO LET.
ACOTTAGETO LET ON
near Queen's Hospital, hix
lioouis. Kent -fKs. Applv
to L. ADLHlt.
18 Nuuiinu nt., Hoot .V Shoe store.
ONE It LOOK FKOM I1E
retania street car-, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
taue of Six Kooms. I -iree
Lot, Stable and Chicken House. Aiinh to
E. It. HENimV,'
at Hawaiian Iliirdwaie Co.'s store,
STOHE AND HALLS FOIt LEASE.
street near Meiel.aut, can Sflla
in- leiiMiil for ii lei in oi
, ji-iu-h. AIo, Two Deslnihle Hulls on tlio
I I pper Floor suitable for lodge purpo-es.
I Apply lo w. FOM'Elt,
A IUTTAGE ON KING
s.t 1..I.... I. .-
lor, DiiiiiiK-rooi,.. '"li. ulfriiW
iimiiiis, iiaiiiriiiiiii, etc, ; iM.nium
....i. . - oca . j
"-,',"- - '". .Jit .-.--. iretii,l)ll-
loi'lilil). liaineais pahs evtrv half hour.
Item iimdi-riiti-. Apph t..
"'-' "J. F. IllJWLEK.
I xi rrm i- II. nik.. ii.nl c.l.l.. i .... ...... i .
The Unity HuUetin ia itilivertd by
euveiera fur 60 ounta per nwnlh.
a Large Line
NEW GOODS !
.') 1-uniished Kooms with or without
board; good location.
1 Furnished House at Palaina near Ko-
formatory School $ per Month.
1 Cottagu on lleretauia Street J125 per
1 Cottage on lleretauia Street, optKisit
:t Stores on Ntiuanu Street, near Uore-
11 Kullding Lots and 3 Fish Ponds on
the road to Waikiki.
House and IOt on lleretauia street near
Pcnsacola. Ixit '.00 feet frontage and
111) feet deep.
Alo, a Valuable Illock of Brick Iluild-
nigs iu tlio heart of tho City.
1 Upright Piano For Salo.
G. E. 110AKDMAN,
FOU ALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Kecoiiiinended specially li- Commis
sioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight
FOIt SALE Y
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
DR GEO. H. HUDDY,
... DENTIST ....
Ohiii:: llcretunla street lioar Kiuiiin.
On UK Uui'iis: s U ,. m. to 5 r, u.r
Dally HuUetin, SO venta u montht