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OAHO RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1, 1803.
To Ewa Miil.
B. D. A. D.
A.M. T.M. P.M. P.M.
Leavo Honolulu 8:45 1:45 4:35 6:10
Leavo Pearl City 0:30 2:30 5:10 5:50
Arrive Ewa Mill 0:57 2:67 5:30 0:22
O. B. B. A.
. A.rf. A.M. T.M. P.M.
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43 5:42
Leavo Pearl City 0:55 11:15 4:15 0:10
Arrlvo Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55 0:45
A. Saturdays only. "
0. Sundays excoptod.
D. Baturdays excepted.
MB DULY BElM
THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1893.
Friday, Juno 23
Bohr Llholiho from Handniaulu
Btmr Kanla from Knhuku
Thursday, Juno 22.
B B'Mowern for the Colonics
Haw 4-mastcd ship John Ena, Schnauor,
Haw 4-mastod ship Hawaiian Isles, Kus-
tel, for Australia
Am sehr Tulonkin, Molander, for Kusaio
Friday, June 23.
Btmr Lehua for Hamakua
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stinr Kaala 2025 bags sugar.
From Vancouver, per S S Miowera, Juno
21 L E Moses and wife, T Harvey, wife
and child, T R Dclaney, E B Barthrop, E
Hopkins, P Burns, and 23 in transit.
For tho Colonies, per S B Miowera, June
21-E H F Wolters.
The schooner Mol Wahine is laid up in
Tho ship Kate Davenport will conclude
discharging lumber in a few days.
The steamer Kaala arrived this morning
with 2025 bags sugar from Kahuku Planta
tion. She will leave again to-morrow
either for Kahuku or Waianac.
AUSTIN In Honolulu, June 21, 1803,
Miss Sarah Amelia, eldest daughter of
the late Jonathan Austin, a native of
Buffalo, N. Y., aged .T3 years and 11
BRASHIn Honolulu, Juno 21, 1893, John
Brash, a native of Glasgow, Scotland,
aged 00 years.
ESp-Ban Francisco papers please copy.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
hazy, wind light northeast.
Tho crown jewels case will come
up in tho District Court on Satur
day. Major E. H. F. Wolters left on tho
S. S. Miowera last night for the
The Aloha Gallery secured a fine
view of the S. S. Australia on her
memorable departure yesterday.
The Diocesan Magazine, organ of
Bishop Willis, besides the articles
elsewhere mentioned, has a discus
sion of tho Second Congregation
matter, an article on Herr Kuhne's
treatment of leprosy at Leipzig, and
other interesting matter.
Seven Opium Tina Found to Contain
(Japtam .Harry duon captured a
Chinaman at Palaina at 1 o'clock
this afternoon, with what was sus
pected to be seven tins of opium.
Tho tins were the regulation -lb.
opium tins with tho usual brand.
The Mongolian was brought to tho
Station. Ono of tho tins was opened
when it was found to contain tho
same colored substance as opium
molasses. A second tin was oponod
which also contained molasses. Tho
other tins woro cut open and proved
to bo all filled with the samo article.
Captain Juon was fooled nicely, but
by whom, is tho question which lie
-would like to solve. Ho is a very
mad man this afternoon.
MYRTLE BOAT CLUB.
Preparing for tho Baces on tho Glori
Tho Myrtle Boat Club hold a spe
cial meeting at tho boathouso -yesterday
to consider arraugomonts for
entering the boat races on July 4th.
Aftor Boine discussion it was decided
by tho club to ontor eight different
racos'on that day. Thoro will bo
four-oared and six-oared sliding
seat races, a shell race and a twelve
oared barge raco. Tho boys iu rod
will outer every raco on tho pro
gram, providing thoy have tho boat.
Tho Healaui Boat Olub will not
ontor any boats this year, owing to
Fifty cents is a small doctor bill,
but that is all it will cost you to
cure Any ordinary caso of rhounm
tiam if you uso Chamberlain's I'ain
Balm. Try it and you will bo sur
prised at thp prompt relief itaffortls.
Tho first application will miiot tho
pain. 60 cent bottles for sale by all
dealors, Benson, Smith & Co., agents
for tho Hawaiian Islands,
Subtoribt for it Daily UulUtin, 69
Qtnh per month.
LOCAL AND OENEIlAIi NEWS.
Thoro will bo crickot practico at 5
o'clock this afternoon.
A gontloraan of oxporionco nnd at
tainments adrortisos for a position.
Romonyi, tho ronowuod violinist,
is giving performances in British
Trustoos of tho Queen's Hospital
will hold a somi-anuual mooting at
2 p. m. to-morrow.
Four opium fionds woro sontoncod
to pay fines of $50 each iu tho Dis
trict Court this morning.
Iutorosting drama of Hawaiian
history will bo presented at tho
Opera House, Saturday, July 1.
James Sponcor and K. Nakuinn
will docido tho championship in tho
wrestling tournamont uoxt week.
' One opium smokor followed by a
crowd of gamins was niarcnoa down
to tho Police Station this morning.
L. J. Levey will soil 500 barrols
lime received by tho Miowera, at 11
a.m. to-morrow, in lots to suit pur
chasers. Tho P. G. band played at tho
Hotel yesterday evening for tho
bonofit of passongors by tho S. S.
Tho Planters' Monthly for Juno
contains an interesting bill of faro
for all who have any concern in our
The silver cup prosontod to Mr.
It. D. Walbridgo by tho Maui Rac
ing Association iu on exhibition in
tho Pacifio Hardware Co.'s store.
Mr. F. W. McChosnov, who resign
ed from tho P. G. this morning, is
going away by tho steamer Belgic
duo from the Orient next Tuesday.
Tho Kapuukolo and Poola tug-of-war
teams will pull again on July
4th for a purse of $100. Efforts are
being made to secure the Berotania
J. W. Jones, court stenographer,
is off duty on account of tho pro
vailing malady. A. Wilder is hold
ing down tho reporter's table at tho
Circuit pourt this afternoon.
Tho mail received by tho S. S.
Miowora yesterday oveuing consisted
of 129 letters and 55 papors, and
despatched by the same steamer for
tho Colonies 90 lettors and 60
Dospito tho hard times and scarci
ty of money tho credit sales at H.
Hackfeld & Co.'s store by J. F. Mor
gan realized over $40,000 during tho
four days they have been running.
To-morrow will bo the last day of
theso sales. ,
Captain Parker is getting up a
fourtoen-oared orow from members
of tho police to pull against the U.
S. S. Boston crow in tho races to
take place on July 4th. Thoy will
bo out this evening for tho first time
Miss Eva Nordhoff was prosontod
with a small silk Hawaiian flag yes
terday previous to hor departure on
the S. S. Australia. The young lady
waved tho emblem to hor numerous
friends on the wharf as tho steamer
Miss Duncan, principal of the
Pohukaina school, recovered from
an attack of the grip tho other day,
and began attending hor school
duties. This morning sho sustained
a second attack, and was compelled
to dismiss hor scholars.
Tho Misses Willis, nieces of Bishop
Willis, loft on the S. S. Australia
yesterday, on thoir way home to
England. Mrs. Willis will accom
pany the young ladies as far as San
Francisco, where they will bo mot
by their father, Dr. Willis.
J. F. Morgan will continue tho
credit sale at H. Hackfeld & Co.'s
store to-morrow, commencing at 10
o'clock. At noon a sale of liquors
will bo commenced, and lator a largo
assortment . of Vienna furniture,
hardware and groceries, will bo of
fered. Tho' officers of tho Y. M. C. A. in
vite all friends of tho Association
and thoir families to attend a recep
tion to be given to tho new General
Secretary, D. W. Corbott, and tho
retiring Secretary, H. W. Peck, to
be given Jo-night at 7:30 at tho Y.
M. C. A. hall.
Tho following registered at tho
Hawaiian Hotel aftor tho arrival of
tho Miowora last night: L. E. Mosos
and wife, Chicago; J. D. Taylor, Tho
ColouiBt, Victoria; S. Fader, Van
couver; E. B. Barthrop, Thos. 11.
Delauoy, Port Towusond; C. W.
Richard Horbort Carpenter, an
architeot who died lately in Eng
land,, was, bosidos tho restorer and
designer of many notable ecclesiasti
cal structures in England, tho de
signer of St. Androw's Cathedral in
conjunction with Messrs. Slator and
Iugelow. So says tho Diocesan
Tho dato of tho masquerado ball
for charitable purposes advertised
in this papor has been changed
from tho 24th iust. to duly 4th. It
is believed that tho general holiday
will bo more convenient to mpst
pooplo for tho event. Tho ball will
mako an agreeable wiudup to tho
Judgo Cooper is to-day hoaring
tho caso of Mary Kaloialii for her
self and as next friend for Daisy,
Caroline and llobert McKuague.
miuprs, vs. Morris S. Griubaum ami
M. Louissou doing business uudor
the Arm name of M. S. Griubaum &
Co. It is a bill in equity to establish
a trust created by parol, itosa for
pluintitT; Uartwofl lor dufuiulimt.
Thoinns 11. Dolnnoy, Cliiof of
Polico of Port TowiiHowl, Washing
ton, und E. B. Burtlirop, n proini
nunt blisinoHB inan of tho huiiiu pltico,
nrrivotl by tho Miowora lnt niulit.
TIioko (,'oiitloiiion uro intoroutod iu a
coireo plantation on Hawaii and aro
milking thoir find visit to tho Jul -
oihIh. Thoy havo alnmdy formed
tho opinion that thoy aro hi tho
yardou of tho world.
General Sosslon of tho Exocutivo
and Advisory Councils.
Thoro was a mooting of tho P. G.
Councils hold this morning, open
ing at 10:10. Vico-Prosidont W. C.
Wildor, in tho absonco of Prosidont
Dole, presided, bosidos whom woro
present: Ministors King, Damon and
Smith; Councillors Hatch, Emmo
luth, Allen, Watorhouso, McChos
noy, Tonnoy, Young, Suhr, Nott,
Mondonca and Bolto.
Ministor Smith oxplainod that
President Dole was dotainod by a
slight accidont. He also stated that
sinco last mooting no information
had boon received from Ministor
Thurston nt Washington.
Secretary Rodgors reported no
businoss on tho tablo.
Ministor Smith, roforriug to tho
resolution of last mooting for ono
mooting a wook, moved that tho
mooting bo hold at 2 o'clock instead
Mr. WatorhoUso moved in nmond
rnont 1:30, and Mr. Bolto 1 p. m.
Passed at 1:30.
Ministor Smith mado a statomont
regarding matters under tho Board
of Health. Thoro was an opidemio
of la grippo. A supposed caso of
smallpox proved not to bo that dis
Ministor Damon submitted a
proposition from tho Postmastor
Gonoral, for a Portuguese clerk at
Half of tho additional oxpouso would
bo savod by a reduction in tho pay
of mail carriers round tho island. It
was also desired that tho P. O. build
ing bo polished up a bit, with a coat
of varnish on tho boxes for instance
Tho P. M. G. was going on a tour of
inspection of country postofficos in
July. It was believed foasiblo to
make an improvomout in despatch
of mails on tho island of Hawaii, so
that Hilo may have mails by tho
Koua and Kau route by way of tho
At 10:25 tho Councils wont into
It is learned that tho only matter
dealt with in executive session was
tho resignation of Mr. F. W. Mc
Chesnoy from tho Advisory Council.
Ho is going away for four or fivo
months, and his resignation was
therefore accopted. No action
taken with regard to filling
The Groom Arrested on a Charge of
As reported exclusively in tho
Bulletin on Tuesday a marriage oc
curred tho previous day between a
fifteen year old girl and a young
man from Molokai without the
knowledge or consent of tho father.
Papa Aneko has mado enquiries of
several attorneys in town with a view
to securing the separation of the
couple over sinco tho marriage, also
making efforts to find out how and
by whom tho marriage licouso was
granted. In tho moantimo tho young
couple woro dreaming tho hours
ava3T, blind to what tho "old man"
was up to. He ovou had called on
them and said a few nasty things,
but tho happy couplo did not take
much notice of him.
Tho climax was reached yesterday
evening, however, when Papa Aneko
appeared with a burly policeman at
tho residence of his son-in-law with
a warrant, charging Sam Kipu with
conspiracy, in conspiring to secure
a marriage license without tho know
ledge of tho parents or guardians of
Walanika, Anoko's daughter. Sam
Kipu gave himself up quietly, but
his fathor was very indignant and
declared that ho would got even
with Aneko. Kipu's father wont to
tho Polico Station and put up bail
for his son, who was released.
S. S. MIOWERA.
Smart Trip from Victoria of tho New
As intimated in yesterday's issue
tho steamer Miowera was signaled
off Waimanalo at 4 p. m. She ar
rived in port two hours later, when
Mr. Munro, purser, furnished the
Bulletin with the following report
of tho passage:
"Tho R. M. S. Miowera, 3345 tons,
J. Stott commandor, loft Vancouver.
B. C, at 4:30 p. m. 14th inst., arrived
at Victoria 10:30 p. in. same night;
loft at midnight, lauded pilot 1:30 a.
m. 15th; experienced fresh southerly
winds for first three days, thence
northeast trades and cloudy wea
ther to arrival; docked in Houolulu
at 6 p. m. Juno 21st, having made
an average of SCO miles a day."
Tho Miowora brought nino or ton
passongors for this port and had 23
for Australia. Sho brought tho fol
lowing cargo for Honolulu: 2 cases
dry goods, 500 barrols lime, 888
bundles shingles, 800 bundles fruit
crates, 3 barrels pork, 36 wire mat
tresses, Z packages dressed lumber.
5 kegs fish, 1 case samples, 15 kegs
nails, 32 packages furniture Tho
Miowora hud quick despatch, sailing
at 11 p. m.'for the Colouios.
Sugar on the Biso. N
Through tho kindness of Mr. J. O.
Carter tho following latost sugar
aud shipping momo. from Snu Fran
cisco, via Victoria, Juno 14, and for
warded by R. T. Rithot & Co., Ltd.,
of Victoria, is given:
"Willie Humo arrived 12th Juno,
and Transit, Auuio Johnson and R.
I'. Rithot 13th Juno. Their cargoes
to a basis of 4 J cents, which is tho
present price of C. uba centrifugals.
Boots unchanged. Thp Ceylon to
sail lllh, and tho Audrow Welch 15th
Aro you iiiHiirutlt If not, now is
tho timo to provido yonrbolf and
family with a bottlo of Chambor
lain'H Colio, Cholora and Diarrham
Jionuuly an an inmiranco agaiut any
HorioiiH rosultH from an attack of
bowel complaint during tho summon
uioutliH, It is almost curtain to bo
i needed aud should bo procured at
! unco. No othor romody can talto ittt
' pluco or do in work. 25 and fill
i rtiut bottles for nalo by all dealors.
Benson, Smiths Co., ugouU for tho
l Hawaiian IslaudH,
Skull and Cross Bonos Placard Put
on Sprockets' Gato.
An outrage was cnaoted Bomo timo
last night by unknown persons. A
Clacaru bearing a skull and cross
ones and tho inscription, "Lead is
Strongor than Gold, was posted up
on tho gato of Col. Claus Sprockets'
rosidonco at Punahou. Tho villain
ous placard shows that tho crank
genus is abroad. If tho Govornmont
desires to bo strong, it will sparo no
effort to suppress anarchistic dem
onstrations on behalf of its causo.
What are tho mounted polico doing
for thoir salt theso times?
JUrs. a. H. Card
Made Over Anew
Chronic Hoadacho Curod Woak
Lungs Mado Strong and Wot).
" For years I had sick headaches every day, and
1 also had verr weak luagK. Blnco I hare
been taking Hood's Sarsaparllla, I have
been eniirelr currd of hen daclies, and ray
Iuiirs are strong and well, rrlendsottensay
How Well You're Looking.
I tell them It li duo to Hood's Sarsaparllla. I
am small In stature never weighed over
100 pounds before taking Hood's Sarsapa-
rilla, and at the timo I began taking It I had
run down to 85 pounds, but now I weigh
lll'.i. My friends thought I would bo dead
ion;; mjo, but I am perfectly well. I am
unable to express my thanks for tho good
has done me." Kits. C. 11. Cakd, 1216 Adeline
Street, Oakland, California.
Hoori's P!ll3 euro nil Liver Ills, Bilious,
noas, Jaun 'l"c, Indlaeitlon, Sick neadache.
HOBRPN, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
A SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
Board 01 Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital will be held at the Kooms of tho
Chamber of Commerce TO-MOKUOW
(Friday) AFTERNOON, Juno 23, 1893, at
GENTLEMAN, DESIRING TO SET
JT tlo here, seeks suitable position 15
years' commercial experience in Austra
liaExpert Accountant und Statistician;
Well Educatod, Good Literary Ability.
Small salary nccepted if good prospects of
promotion. Address "0. W.,"
759-lt Bgixetin Office.
SOMEWHERE BETWEEN EGAN &
Gunn's and W. G. Irwin & Co.'s, pos
sibly at wharf, a Small Black Purse con
taining about $55. Finder will be liberally
rewarded by leaving same with
758 3t W. R. CASTLE.
CHECK NO 20385, DATED JANUARY
0. 181)3. in favor of C. S. Martin, drawn
on Bishop it Co.'s Bank. Payment has
been stopped. The finder will please re
turn to 0. 8. MARTIN,
at Palatim, near Reformatory School.
ALL PARTIES DESIRING TO GO TO
Waiakcakua Falls in Manoa Valley
uro hereby requested to obtain u permis
sion from the andersigued, otherwiso they
will bo prosecuted for trespass if found on
tho premises without such permission.
JAS. H. BOYD,
at the Land Ollice, Supreme Court Build
ing. Honolulu, Juno 17, 1893. 755-tf
Grand Masquerade !
AT THE REQUEST OF SEVERAL
Prominent Ladies und Gentlemen
who took part In tho hall which was given
last month, another Masquerade will be
given at tho Armory on TUESDAY
EVENING, July 4th. It will be given
under the direction of the same committee
who conducted the last ball. Everything
will bo done to Insure a good time to those
who attend. Tho proceeds will be applied
to the Transportation of an Invalid to his
home aud the balance will be givou to a
Ladies' Charitable Society. Doors open
at 8 o'clock.
9- TICKETS ?1. Tickets can bo had
at llollister & Co., Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ilobron, Newman &, Co., Hawaiian News
Hawaiian Opera House
L. J. Lovoy Leasee & Manager.
SATURDAYTjULY 1, 1893.
Door Opons at 7:30; Performance at 0.
The Fourth Annearance of tlio
Hawaii Ponoi Diumatu Company In their
Grund Historical Performance.
SERIES OF INTERESTING INCIDENTS
"The Days of Kamehamelia I,"
"KAMIPAU, TUE ROYAL HAUNCUBACK."
Soldiers I Kalillt Bearers I Attendants I Eto.
New SontjBl Now Costumes I
will bu open ut livuy's
it. I. ... II .J..I....L- . u
i'. June -'Itb
By Jan. F. Morgan.
TO-MORROW, JUNE 23,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At Store of H, Hackfeld & Co,
WILL BE SOLD
AND AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON
GENUINE BAVARIAN BEERS,
FINE FRENCH CLARETS,
AMERICAN BEERS !
BUDWEI8ER &. 80LEITZ,
GIN, ETC., ETC.
' Also to Closo a Consignment a
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE,
. Sugar Bags and Rice Bags,
Warehouse and Lease
Valuable City Front Property
On SATURDAY, June 24,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Tho undersigned has been instructed to
sell at Auction, at his Salesroom, on Sat
urday next at noon, tho Valuable Lease
(with the Commodious Warehouse Build
ings thereon) of that block of land situated
between tho stores of Hyman Bros, and L.
B. Kerr, having a depth of 100 feet and n
frontage on Quocn street of 01 feet, con
taining in all
5,350 SQUARE FEET.
This Valuable Property being on tho City
Front, is one of the most central und con
venient places in the city for tho uo of
ilrms requiring storage. The entire ground
is covered with an Iron Roofed Warehouse,
with Fireproof Wall In the rear, aud can
1ms used for storing morchandise of all
kinds; a large Flour Room, seine lined, has
beon constructed in one end of the Ware
house. 8F Tho I,cnso has 10K yeurs to run, at
a quarterly rental, payable to the Govern
ment, of $U2.50.
Bale of Ileal Estato by Administrator
with the Will Annexed.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUE OF AN
order lusucd out of the Circuit Court
ol the First Judicial Circuit of the Hawai
ian Islands, dated the first day of June,
1893, upon the petition of itruco Cartwright,
administrator with the will annexed of
Eliza W. Holt, deceased, for leavo to pro
ceed with the salo of the real estato herein
after described, and heretofore authorized
to be sold upon thu petition of Alexander
J. Cartwright, deceused, azeentur of the
last will aud testament of said Eliza W.
Holt, und dated the llh day of May, 18!U,
I am directed by the said Bruce Cart
wright, administrator us aforesaid, to oiler
at public auction at my salesroom In Hono
lulu, on SATUltDAY.tho lstduy of July,
lb!KJ, at Vi m. of said tiny, all und singular
the following described pieces or parcels of
1. All thut piece or parcel of land situ
ate at Kapuukolo In Houolulu, containing
1.03 of an acre, aud described in Hoyai
Patent lUi, L. 0. A. HU!, leased to J. F.
C'olburn for 11!0 per annum. j
J. All that niece or parcel of lundItu
ato at Kulawaliiiio in said Honolulu, aud
known as the Dolrou premises and tho
sumo us describod iu Koyul Patent 1107. L.
O. A. 1037.
3, All thut piece or parcel of land situ
ate on Fort street, In said Honolulu, and
occupied by J, J. Cardeu us a family resi
dence, lease expiring In .May, 1H1M, ywurly
l, All tiiat piece or parcel oi mini situ
ate on Fort ritreot, In said Honolulu, und
formerly occupied by A. W. Clark us a
f. All thoM certain pieces or parcels o(
land situate at Palamu aforesaid and being
Apauas 1 und U of ltuyul Patent 'J.V1I, L. 0.
A. 20U-), and Ahnuu '1 of Huyul Patent 2817,
L. O, A. 8.370, tbider lt'Ut-o to Ahin ut a year
ly rental of $SO.
The abovo sale is made subject to con
firmation by the Ouvrt isbiung tills order
Terms Cush In p. 8. Ooi,'.,0olu,
l'urcliiii-er to pitv taxes fk,r lb'.U.
Deeds at tho exf tense of (Ve purchaser.
For further particulars iiply to J I rune
J..MI'.H 1'. .Mm(l..N.
Honolulu, j u j i, ibui. -v 7;s-'.a
UltlNfl MY ajibi:n(
XJ lit Mill Idivit full charge of my Inul-
nest, und hur
ICullilulll bo Mllllclitllt.
. .. a, iwunn.
il, 1W. 7W-3t
N. S. SACHS
BSO Fort Street, Honolulu.
.uminer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I
Light and Dark Ground Effects Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLOES COTTOjST CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Bluo, Cardinal and Black; '
FINE FIGURED MUSLINS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Brocaded & Plain Chambrlcs,
Eider-down in Pink, Cream nnd Baby Blno,
Polka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Flaicla, Oheoks a.xid Stripes.
ta- Come and seo tho White Goods wo
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
3VC. 3- LEVY
Just Opened a Large Line
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in. all "Wia.tils.,
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
ETC., ETC., - ETC.
Popular German Dry Goods
7 5 I1TSTREET 7 5
NEW GOODS !
IB. IE EHLERS 2s CO,
38 JF'OK.T' STKEIEJI1.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLORED-Just suitablo for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS-A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIG-URED IRISH LA"WTSTS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO CHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
SiHcalixi and "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
f$r Dressmaking Under the Management o! HISS K. CLARK. JE3
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
EB- Fire risks on all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Risks by
FOR SALE !
Stockholm Tar !
ltecommendcd specially by Commis
sioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight
FOR SALE 11 V
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
F. M. WAKEFIELD,
Attoknky anu Couwskixok at Law.
Temporary oflleo with Mr. C. W. Ashford.
Merchant st., Honolulu, Jl. I.
ONEBECOND-HA.VDHAFKi AB 0001)
us new. Apply under "II," this
pHKQUK NO. i OK J. W. COI.VIM.K
KJ on lll.hinV-.l Co. for tVM.W bus been
lout. All pt'rmns jrtt hereby oautluuwl
eualnu nojjgUutlmr taluv, 7M-lw
Cotton Ghaille I
arc soiling nt 7, 0 and 5 yards for $1.
NEW GOODS !
Acting Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
3 Furnished Rooms with or without
board ; good location.
1 Furnished House at Palama near Re
formatory School fJ per Month.
1 Cottage on lleretunla Street 25 per
1 Cottage on lierotanla Street, opposite
3 Stores on Nuuantt Street, near Bere
U llullding Lots and 3 Fish Ponds on
tho road to Walkikl.
Hoitbe and Lot on lleretania street near
Pensacola. I)t 200 feet frontogo and
HO feet deep.
Also, u Vnluuble Illouk ol Brlok Build
ings in the heart of thu City,
1 Upright Piano For Bale,
, O. E. HOAUDMAN,
WT' J Agent.
DK. G-EO. H. HUDDY,
.... 3DEHSPTIST ....
Orrici:) UerotunU street near Kxutaa.
OrrioK IIovhs: 0 a. m. to 6 r. m,