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AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1, 1893.
To Ewa Milt,.
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..Lcavo Honolulu 8:45 IMS 4:35 6:10
Leave Pearl Olty 0:30 2:30 5:10 r:60
Arrlvo Ewa Mill 0:57 2557 5:30 0:22
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Loavo Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43 5:42
Lea vo Pearl Ulty 0:55 11:15 4:15 0:10
Arrlvo Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55 0:45
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Timo Whistle blow sat 111. 28m. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is tho sumo as 12h. 0m.
0s. of Uiconwicli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1893.
Wednesday, June 21.
S S Mlowera from Vancouver
Am bktne 8 O Wilder, GritMhs, 0 days 14
hours from San Francisco
Am bktno W H Dimond, Kllson, 10 days
from San Francisco
Am Bohr Telunkin from San Francisco on
route to the South Seas
Stmr Ixihua from Hamakua
Schr Mary 13 Foster from Kauai
Wednesday, June 21.
S S Australia for San Francisco at noon
Stmr Likelike for Maui and Hawaii
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
S S Mlowera for the Colonies
' Stmr Lehua for Hamakua,
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Lohua 2003 bags sugar.
From San Francisco per bktno W H Di
mond, Juno 21 Mrs M Nilson, Jas Feel,
(4 Bradley and A L Assam.
For Maui per stmr Likoliko, June 21
Mr E biers aud family, Master Joseph Fa,
A Forsyth, Mrs Friel and party, Miss Had
ley, F U Aclmng and a few others.
For San Francisco per S S Australia,
June 21 A Baissler, Mrs H Berger and
son, Mrs C H Bishop and child, Mrs M V
Black, Miss J Bond, Miss Brewer, L A
Connor, Miss Louise F Dalo, L H Dee,
Miss J Deyo,-Prof P H Dodgo and wife, Dr
E Faber, V J Forbes, Miss C A Oilman,
Miss Qorten, N E Hammond, Miss Hill, F
W Hinckly and wifo, Miss Hoppin, Miss G
Johnson, Miss Knapp, Rev Vuther Leo
nor, Dr Lyons, Miss L Lyons, Miss E G
Lyman, L C Lyman, E E Lyman, M Licb
enstein, Miss A Mclntyre, Miss M Mc
Lennan, Miss E B MoLeod, W S Nicoll,
unarios jx oration, miss JNoranoii, J M uat,
E E Olding, Miss Patch, Miss Pope, S A
Raphael, F Ritzan, S Roth, wife and 2
children. Miss C Roper, N S Sachs, W H
Smith. Miss Snow, Miss H Sorenson,
Adolph Spreckols, J T Waterhouse, Jr.
and wife, Miss May Waterhouse, Mrs J
Whately, Misses A and B Willis, Mrs
Bishop Willis. Miss Grace Wing, A B
AVood and wife.
Tho steamer W. G. Hall will be due
from windward ports on Friday next.
Tho steamer Kinau took the place of tho
Likelike on the Marino Railway to-day.
The Japanese stcamor Mllke Maru has
docked at tho Oceanic wharf to complete
The barkentino W. II. Dimond, Nilson
master, arrived this morning about 10K
days from San Francisco with a cargo of
general merchandise. She docked at the
Oceanic wharf. ..
Tho American barkentino S. G. Wilder,
J. G. Griffiths master, was towed into port
this morning, actual time U days 14 hours
from San Francisco. Tho Wilder arrived
oil" port at 8 o'clock yesterday evonlng, and
lay oil' and on until this morning. The
captain roports a pleasant passage The
barks Andrew iVolch and Ceylon were to
leavo the Golden Gate after hor for Hono
Tho S. S. Austialla, Houdlctto com
mander, took tlio following domestic ox
I torts: 8220 bags sugar, Irwin & Co.; 277
idls green hides, 14 odls sheepskins, 4 bdls
goatskins, 4 bdls dry hides, F. F. Porter;
285 bdls green hides, 4 bdls goatskins, 12
bdls sheepskins, 20 bbls salmon, M. W.
MeO'iesney & Son; 170 bncha bananas. J.
da Sllva; 421 do, L. J. Levey; 188 do, Sing
Sing; 27 do, 5 boxes betel leaves, Lee Sing;
' 107 hnchs bananas, 251 boxes pineapples,
Cbas. Wilcox; 7(1 bunches bananas, W.
Costa; 021 do, G, Lycurgus; 03 do, 8 pines,
Gousalves it Co.: 01 bnchs bananas, 4
pines, 0' T. Qulick; 3400 bnchs bananas,
Campbell, Marshall Hi Co.; 872 bunches
bananas, 18 pines, Jno. Shaw. Domestic
WOOD - WATKRHOUSE At Central
Union Church. June 21st, by the Rev.
K. G. Reckwlth, Arthur Wood to Miss
DODQK-KIXNBY At St. Andrew's Ca
thedral, Honolulu, Juno 21, 180J, by
Kov. Alexander Mackintosh, Mary
Copeland Kinuey to Philip Henry
Fifty cents is a small doctor bill,
but that is all it will cost you to
euro auy ordinary caso of rheuma
tism if von ubo Chamberluin'u Pain
Balm. Try it and you will bo sur
prised at tho prompt relief it affords.
Tho first application will quiet tho
pain, 50 cent bottlos for sale by all
dealers, Benson, Smith & Co., ugouts
for tho Hawaiian Inlands,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
v Board of Hoalth moots this aftor
noofa. Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Weather,
cloudy; wind fresh northoast.
Tho Miiko Maru comes into dock
to dischnrgo 800 tons of froight.
Two moro jOhinoso opium Conds
woro run in by tho polico last night.
During tho absonco of Mr. Saohs,
his affairs will bo in ohargo of Mrs.
Tho Canadian Pacific stoamor
Miowora fromTVancouvor is off Wai
manalo at i o'clock.
Ono of tho trombono playors of
tho P. G. band loft on tho S. S. Aus
tralia to-day for tho Coast.
Tho Post Office despatched by tho
S. S. Australia to-day for tho Coast,
8125 lottors and 1505 papers.
Tho Japanoso immigrants who nr
rivod by tho S. S. Miiko Maru liavo
all boon landed in quarantine.
A small black
money has boon
lost. A roward is
offered for its roturn to W. K. Castlo.
Mr. W. J. Smithj.Socrotary of Iho
Board of Education, has resumed
his duties after an illness of a few
An attempt will bo made to get
up a cricket match botwoon mar
ried and single teams on tho Fourth
Tho battle of tho bauds at tho
wharf was intensely amusing. No
mistako, tho Nationals played down
tho P. G-.s in fine Btylo.
At a meeting of tho Board of Edu
cation, to bo hold to-morrow aftor
noon, toudors for erecting the Kilau
ea school-house and teacher's cottage
will bo opened.
Twonty-ione good-sized square
faced bottles of gin woro captured
on tho S. S. Miiko Maru to-day by
Customs officers. Somo of tho bot
tles woro empty.
Immigrants from China and Japan
by tho steamer China will bo through
quarantine by Sunday or Monday.
In tho noarly 2000 people at quaran
tine there is no sickness.
It is with regret the illness of As
sociate Justico Bickerton is an
nounced. Tho Supremo Court sus
pended its term sitting at noon yes
terday on this account.
Row Father Loouor loft on tho S.
S. Australia to-day for an extended
journey abroad. Yesterday the rev
erend gentleman was given a faro
well luau on tho Cathedral promisos.
"Everything is in running order,"
is tho agreeable report from tho
Boll telephone central at 'i o'clock
this afternoon. Tnoy have not boon
long in getting over tho lire of Mon
There will bo a Japanese per
formance at the Japanese artist
theatre, corner Hotel and Mauna
koa streets, at 7 o'clock this evening.
Original Japanese music will be also
Charles Notloy has boon rewarded
for his lato successful (?) efforts to
influence natives to sign tho annexa
tion rolls. Ho has succeeded J.
StuppleBoon as Collector for tho
port of Hilo.
Captain Griffiths of the barken
tino S. G. Wilder is again in tho city.
He was a busy man to-day shaking
hands with his many friends. The
obliging Captain has tho thanks of
the Bulletin for news favors.
& A reception will be hold at tho Y.
M. C. A. hall on Thursday ovouing
at 7:30, tho occasion being a wol
como to D. W. Corbett, tho now
General Secretary, and a farewell
to H. W. Pock, tho retiring Secre
tary. As prepared for tho Spreckols din
ner last night tho Hotel lanai was
surpassingly beautiful. Tho Nation
al Band played in tho pavilion till
nearly midnight, a largo crowd stay
ing on tho grounds to tho last, en
raptured with tho music.
A creditor suspecting that a
man, an ex-morabor of the P. G.
Army, who was indebted to him, in
tended taking Fronch leave on tho
Australia, notified tho polico. Capt.
Juen kept strict watch on tho steam
er, but the man did not show up.
At W. G. Irwin & Co.'s offices aro
to bo seen to-day eight pairs of
golden, silver and other pheasants,
imported from Japan by Messrs. W.
M. Giffard aud Fred. Whitney.
Somo of thorn will bo placed in iCa
piolani Park in caro of IJaugor
Saturday, Jul' 1, Jas. F. Morgan
will sell at auction live properties
elsewhere described, by order of
Bruce Cartwright, administrator
with tho will annexed of the late
Eliza W. Holt. Tho sale is by order
of tho Circuit Court and subject to
Tho Japanose labor immigrants by
tho steamer Miiko Maru will bo
turned over to tho Board of Immi
gration on tho completion of their
quarantine of 18 days from Yoko
hama on Friday. Quarautinooflicer
J. D. McVeigh is busily ongagod in
fumigating thoir effects and quar
Twolvo bluojackots from tho U. S.
warships Boston and Adams now
iu port loft for Mare Island on tho
S. S. Australia. Tlioy woro relieved
by mon who arrived by tho saino
steamer last wiok. Anothor com
pany of bluojackots will arrive on
tho S. S. Alameda next week to ro
liovo othor mou on tho war vessels.
J. W. Dill, tho third onginoor on
tho S. S. China who was arrested on
Monday by a Customs officer coin
ing o,ut tho Pacillo Mail wharf gate
with live t inn of opium in his clothes,
was found guilty in tho District
Court this morning and bontoncod
to pay ii fino of frMX) and bo im
prisoned ut hurd labor six mouths.
JNo duluutto was offered,
Oharlos Nordhoff and Adolph. Spreck
ols Recolve a Popular Ovation.
Long before noon to-day stroams
of pooplo in holiday attiro woro soon
hoading for tho city front. Tho at
traction was tho doparturo of tho
S. S. Australia at noon. Tho P. G.
and Hawaiian National bauds woro
to givo tho stoamor a sond-off, tho
latter chiefly to serenade Mr. Nord
hoff, tho Horald correspondent, aud
his daughter, and Mr. Adolph
Sprockols, who woro outgoing pas
sengers. Tho bands plavod alter
nately witlfoach othor. Tho conlor
of attraction on tho stoamor was
Mr. Nordhoff. Ho was stationed for
ward, and his popularity was attest
ed by tho fact that thoro wos a continual-stream
of pooplo hoading for
his quarters. Noarly ovorybody had
a garland of flowors for tho Horald's
correspondent and his daughtor.
Mr. Adolph Sprockols also camo in
for a share. Ho was porfootly
smothered in lois of all descriptions.
Perhaps novor boforo had tho
Oceanic dock hold so many pooplo.
Tho wharf was porfoctly crowded
thoro being scarcely passing room.
It is estimated that tho crowd num
bered 2000 to 8000. Evorybody
wanted to seo tho celebrated Nord
hoff, aud now and thou a whisper
would bo audible, "Whoro's Nord
hoff." Shortly boforo tho Australia drow
in her linos Mr. J. E. Bush got up
on ono of tho mooring posts and
mado a short speech, calling tho at
tention of tho pooplo to Mr. Nord
hoff as tho man who stood alono in
tho fight for Hawaii and hor pooplo.
Ho had accomplished what ho sot
out to do, viz., to find out tho truo
phaso of tho late ovorthrow of tho
mouarchy-and publish it. Ho pro
posed throo clieors for Nordhoff,
which woro given with a will by
hundreds of throats. Time and
again rousing cheers woro given for
tho Horald's correspondent, that
goutloman graciously acknowledg
ing tho ovation with a bow. Throo
cheers for Miss Nordhoff woro also
given, and thou threo cheors for Mr.
Adolph Spreckols, tho National
Band taking part with instruments.
Beforg getting down Mr. Bush pro
posed three cheers to "Grovor Cleve
land, the President of tho United
States of America, whoso flag never
covered auy stolen territory, nor
A regular explosion greotod tho
sneaker's uronosal. and choer after
cheer pealed from tho throats of tho-
pooplo. it was a rousing outburst.
The National Band played the "Star
Spangled Banner," "Auld Lang
Syne," "Tho Girl I Loft Behind Mo,"
and wound up with "Hawaii Ponoi."
After playing tho last tune tho boys
began to sing it, when the P. &.
started in to play "Star Spangled
Banner." This so enraged tho leader
of tho National Baud that ho struck
up "Queen Liliuokalani March," and
tho too previous cloputy bandmaster
Naone, acting in tho absence of Prof.
Borgor on tho steamer, was -simply
out of sight. Tho National Baud
drowned the opposition music in
"just two seconds." After playing
tho march tho boys felt satisfied
that they had paid tho score back
sufficiently, and they retired while
tho P. G. baud played "Hawaii
A largo proportion of tho enor
mous crowd was attracted by tho
two ormai parties ana the many
teachers in our schools going away
for a vacation. Tho main dock of
tho stoamor was so packed that
many eager pooplo were baffled in
tho attempt to find thoir departing
friends when tho timo had become
short. Novor was there a moro pro
fuse investiture of passengers with
Trading Schooner Off Port.
Tho American schooner Telunkin
arrived off port from San Francisco
at 6 o'clock yesterday ovouing and
anchored thoro. The schooner is
on her way to tho South Seas, where
sho will bo used by hor owner, who
is also master, trading between tho
islands. Tho Telunkin is a now
boat built at Bonicia, Cal., by M.
Misses Dalo and Wing of Oahu
Collego departed on tho S. S. Aus
tralia. Chamberlain's Cough Romody
Is famous as a
Cure for severe colds.
Famous as a
Preventive of pneumonia.
Famous as a
Preventive and cure for croup.
Famous for tho relief it affords
Famous as a safe and pleasant
Medicino for children. "
Try it. 50 cent bottlos for salo by
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agonts for tho
A Southern scribo writing of tho
financial crisis iu Australia declares:
' 'Tis bettor to havo boomed and
burst than to have novor boomed at
Ho was vory ill and his wife took
tho doctor aside and asked him his
candid opinion. 'Wo have hold a
consultation, madam, about your
husband's caso,' ho said, 'aud it might
bo well to send for a miuibter, I
think.' "Would ono bo enough,
or would you adviso a consultation
of ministers?' she said anxiously.
A voting Ponsonby mothor asked
n lady visitor tho other day: 'Doii't
you think baby is vory much liko his
fatlior?' 'Yes, 1 do,' replied her
friend soothingly, 'but don't worry.
Ho may grow out of it I'
'Shop-gazing' is tho latost London
advertising novelty. A couple of
stylishly-dreshod ladies inakuii round
of certain shop, twice u day, and
spend live minutes iu staring intently
iu tho windows of each. That draws
a crowd. Twiggey vouiT ai Miss
Leainar would say. Tho shopkeepers
pay ho much a-head. This idea is
Hiiro to Hproad. Wo
i Xiouolulu uru lung,
may liavu it iu
TWO PAIRS MADE HAPPY.
Horning Weddings in Two Ghurchos
Tho Couples Loavo by Stoamor.
Prof. Philip H. Dodgo, of Oahu
College, and Miss Mary Kinney
woro married at St. Andrew's Catho
dral this morning, Kov. A. Mackin
tosh performing tho ceremony. Tho
couple loft on tho S. S. Australia to
day to spond thoir houoymoon in
tho States. Although it was intend
ed to hnvo tho marnago quiot, about
a hundred friends of tho couplo as
somblod in tho churoh. Mr. W. A.
Kiunoy, brothor of tho bride, gave
hor away at tho altar. Miss Itinnoy
was highly esteemed for her social
qualities as well as hor sterling edu
cational servicos in tho islands. Tho
couplo took thoir doparturo attend
ed by tho best wishes of tho com
munity for thoir happiness.
A wodding breakfast was taken at
tho rosidouco of Mr. H. M. Whitnoy
on King street.
Coutral Union Church was woll
filled at 10 o'clock by a company as
sembled to seo tho marriago of Miss
Eleanor Watorhouso to Mr. Arthur
Wood. At that bustlingTiour of tho
busiest day in tho month for Hono
lulu, it was to bo oxpectcd that tho
fair sox should predominate in tho
assembly. Thoro woro beautiful
decorations of palmq, ferns, vinos
and flowors on tho organ loft aud
platform. Mrs. A. F. Judd acted as
organist. Tho ushors woro Prof.
Wood of Oahu College and Willie
As tho bridal party ontorod, tho
brido loaning on tho arm of her
father, Mr. Henry Watorhouso, tho
organ wont from a soft voluntary to
tho poaling strains of tho Lohengrin
bridal march. Tho groom was at
tended by Mr. Harry Watorhouso,
brothor of tho bride, as best man,
tho ushors escorting the party down
tho loft aislo. Miss May Wator
houso, the brido's sistor, Miss Jones
and Miss Fullor woro tlm brides
maids. Tho brido was neatly at
tired in a cream suhr costume," with
white tullo bonnot trimmed with
white roses, and was admired by all
boholdors for her graceful appear
ance. Hor maids woro appropriately
dressed in whito crepon.
Rev. Dr. Beckwith united tho
handsome aud happy twain, reciting
the ritual in cheorful but feeling
touos. As tho partj- retired b' tho.
right aislo Mrs. Judd played another
wodding march in good style. Tho
groom is Gonoral Secretary of tho
Y. M. C. A. at Brooklyn, N. Y., and
is highly spoken of by his acquain
tances. At tho outBide of the church
a score or two of Chineso Sunday
school scholars wore mustered iu.
two lines by Rev. F". W. Damon, and
they thickly strewed tho path of tho
bride, who has boon ono of thoir
teachers, . with brilliant - colored
flowers. Tho newly married couplo
loft lor their future homo by tho
Dr. M. J. Davis is a prominent
physician of Lewis, Cass couuty.
Iowa, and has boon actively engaged
iu tho practico of medicine at that
place for tho past thirty-five years.
On tho 26th of May, while in Dos
Moines on route to Chicago, he was
suddenly taken with an attack of
diarrhoea. Having sold Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarroea
Remedy for tho past seventeen yoars,
and knowing its reliability, he pro
cured a 25 cent bottle, two doses of
which completely cured him. Tho
excitement aud change of wator aud
diet incident to traveling often pro
duce a diarrhoea. Every ono should
procure a bottlo of this Remedy be
fore leaving homo. For sale by all
dealors. Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
'I can't understand it at all,' ho
said to tho clerk at tho Gas Com
pany's office tho othor day. 'last
month my bill was 25s and this
month it is 2 10s and I haven't
burnt a scrap more gas this month
than I did last. How in tho namo
of honesty do you account for it?'
'You didn't pay last mouth's bill,'
said tho clerk.
DURING MY AlJBKNCi:, MRS. MKI
lis will have full charge of my busi
ness, and her receipt will be suflluient.
N. S. SACHS.
Juno 21, 1893.
SOMEWHERE BETWEEN L'GAX .t
Gunn's and W. G. Irwin it Co.'s, po-i-sibly
at wharf, a Small Black 1'urno con
taining about $55. Finder will be liberally
rewarded by leaving same with
758 3t W. It. CASTLE.
CHECK NO 20385, DATED JANUARY
!, lB'Kl, In favor of C. S. Martin, drawn
on Bishop & Co.'s Hank. 1'ayment has
hecu stopped. Tho Under will please re
turn to 0. S. MAKT1N,
at I'alama, near Reformatory School.
COMPETENT PERSON AB OVER-
Hecr on a buuar Estate. There are
possibilities of promotion for the right
man. Jieier,enees required. Appiy to
eronees required. Apply to
U. BREWER &j;0., (L'i).
ii, June 10, 1HUJ. 763-lw
URING DR. MONSARRAT'S All-
tiouco on Hawaii, Dr. 11, Schneider
will have charce of his Inflruiurv. Tele
phones: Hell 1X1, Mutual 18.1. Orders left
at Cluh Btahles will receive prompt atten
I SHALL NOT HE RESPONSIBLE
from this date for any debt or debts
that niav he contracted hy my wife, Kate
Marion Thomas, without my written order.
U. B. THOMAS.
Honolulu, Juno fi, 180J. 715-tf
OAN BE OF ANY SERVICE TO
you Iu the way of Sharpening BclbHors,
Carvliii' Knives. Ijuvii Mowers. Fil Inn
Saws, Repairing Sprinklers ami Water
Taps aud Uiylug I'll), Soldering Tinwuro,
butting (Has. Requiring Furniture or
Mending (linden- llono, etc.. etc., lileimi
ring up Mutual Telephone No. 102 bufore
Da, m. or iutween Wand l:3o I', u.
7UMI N. 1'. JIUKIHCUH.
Subtoribe for the Daily JMletin, 60
I etnti ftr monlA.
A Boston Boy's Eyoslght
8avodPorhaps His Lifo
By Hood's Snrsnparllla Blood PoN
soncd by Canker.
Head tho follow Inp; from a grateful motheri
"My llttlo boy had Scarlet Fover whon 4 years
old, and It loft him vciy woak and with blood
poUonod vrllh ennkor. Ills eyes becamo
so Inflamed that Ills sufferings wcro Intense, and
forsovon weeks ho
Could Not Opon His Eyes.
I took him twlco during that tlmo to tho Eyo
and Ear Infirmary on Charles street, but their
rcmodlos failed to do him tho faintest shadow
ot good. I commenced giving him Hood's
Barcaparllln and It soon cured him. I lmTO
never doubted tlmt It htciI hi aiBht, even
It not hU Tcry Hfo. You may uso this tes
timonial In any way you chooso. I am always
roady to sound tho praise ot ,
becausoof tho wonderful good It did my son."
ArniE F. llLAcmiAN, 288S Washington St,
Boston, Mass. Get HOOD'S.
HOOD'S PILL8 nro hand made, and are pec
feet la oompoiltlon, proportion and appearance
IIOBROX, NEWMAN ,t CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
HORSES AND CATTLE FOR. SALE.
FORTY HEAD OK EACH
running on the Lands
of Honokahua, Mailepal and
1110. .AUVUl BIIjVA,
ALL PARTIES DESIRING TO GO TO
Wainkcaktiu Fulls in Manoa Valley
aro hereby requested to obtain a porniis"
bion from the nnderiigned, otherwise they
will bo prosecuted for tresp.is if found on
the premises without such permission.
JAS. 11. BOYD,
at tho Lund Ollice, Supremo Court Build
ing. Honolulu, Juno 17, IS'JJ. 755-tf
Grand Masquerade !
AT THE REQUEST OF SEVERAL
Prominent Ladies and Gentlemen
who took part in the ball which was given
last month, another Maspiorade will be
given at tho Armorv on SATURDAY
EVENING, Juno 21th. It will bo given
under the direction of the same committee
who conducted tho lat ball. Everything
will bo done to insure a good timo to thoo
who attend. The proceeds willbo applied
to tho Transportation of an invalid to his
home and the balance will be given to a
Ladies' Charitable Society. Doors open
at 8 o'clock.
Cm TICKETS $1. Tickets can bo had
at iiollixter & Co., Jlenson. Smith ifc Co.,
Hobron, Newman & Co., Hawaiian News
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Leading Journals in tbe Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has the Largest Circulation on the Islands
aud is the Rest Medium fur
CSf Office: " Urenig Ulock," corner
Nuuanu and Queen street (upstairs).
The undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
FOIl THE L'KLKIIRATED
FROM THE WORKS OF
Burham, Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to givo Estimates aud
receive Orders for these Engines,
of any sUo aud stylo.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
ARE NOW MANUFACTURING A
STYLE OF LOCOMOTIVE
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of which have recently been,
received ut these Islands, and wo will have
pleasure in furnishing pluntatloir agents
and muiiagers with particulars of same.
The Superiority of theco I.ocumothia
over ull other makes is known not only
here hut Is acknowledged throughout the
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Solo AgeuU lor the Hawaiian lalaudi.
j1 klmh of Cummercittl Printing
promptly eifcuttd ut low rutm ut the
N. S. SACHS
BSO xrort Street, KConoluIu.
Gottoa Pongee 1
Light and Dark Ground Effects Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLOES COTTON GRAPE
In Fink, Cream, Light Bluo, Cardinal and Black;
FINE FIGURED MUSLINS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Brocaded & Plain Chamhrico,
Eider-down in Pink, Cream and Baby Bluo,
Polka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
In Flaids, Oheoks and Stripes.
Come and seo tho White Goods wo aro soiling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for $1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria La-wns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
3VC. 3. LEVY
Just Opened a Large Line
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces xl eill "Wia-tlis,
NEW GOODS !
:b. :f ehlbrs & oo.
S PORT STK.E3B3T. ,
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GKEAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COI.OHED-Just suitahlo for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS-A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WTDTH
EOO CHOO PONOEE-GKEAT NOVELTIES
SilltELlirie and "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
VST Dressmaking Under tho Managemonl of BOSS K. CLARK. 43
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the "World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
ttf Fire risks on all kinds of Insuranco Property taken at Current RUks hy
FOR J3ALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Recommended specially hy Commis
sioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight.
FOR SALE BY
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
T. M. WAKEFIELD,
Attohm:v ash Counhki.iob at Law.
Temporary olllee with Mr. 0. W. Abhford.
Morchunt st., Honolulu, 11. I,
ONEBF.C'ONlMlANDSAFEj A8 11001)
us new. Apply under "H." this
CHEQUE NO. IMOVi. W. fOLVH.l.E
on BUhop tfc Co. for f IIUIU has Urn
lout. All persons ure heruhy caiitlomd
utfuliul netjotlntlutf eumu, ' 7jj.iv
xeraan urv tiooas
NEW GOODS !
Acting Agont fur the Hawaiian Islands.
'A Furnished Rooms with or without
hoard; good location.
1 Furnished House at I'alama near Re
formatory School $22 per Month.
1 Cottage on Beretauln Street tib ier
Month. ' .
1 Cottage on Bcretanla Street, opposite
3 Stores on Nuuuun Streot, near Bero
11 Building Lou and 3 Fish Ponds on
tho road to Walkiki.
House and Lot on Beretania street near
Tensucola. Lot :!0O feet frontage and
HO feet deep. ,
Also, a Valuable Block of Brick Build
ings iu tho heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Sale
DE. O-EO. H. HUDDY,
.... XDEKTTIBT ....
OmcKt llerotiniltt street near Emma,
r-Orm'i:llui!itsi Ha.jj. to5r.
Dully Hulk tin,
60 ctntt a month
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