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S RAILWAY AND
PIIOM AND AFTER. JUNE 1, 1893.
To Ewa Mill.
B. B. A. D.
A.M. P.M. T.M. P.M.
.8:15 1:45 4:35 6:1Q
.9:30 2:30 6:10 5:5(1
.0:57' 2:57 5:30 0:22
Leave. Pearl City..,
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
Leavo 1'carl Olty 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
O. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1893.
Friday, Juno 23
Stmr Walaloalo from Hamakua
Stiur W Q Hall Irom Maui and Hawaii
FrtiDAV, Juno 23.
Schr Mary E Foster for Makawcl!
Voasols Leaving To-morrow.
Schr LIholiho for Waianao
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr W G Hall 1714 bags sugar, 2 bags
coffee, 52 bags awa, 2 bdls goatskins,
30 bdls hides, 28 head cattle, 1 young
donkey, 2 bulls, 39 hogs and 50 pkgs
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr W Q
Hall, June 25 V Q Irwin, Mrs Mary Ann
Leo, Mrs Hoick, Mrs A Guerrero, Mrs
Speckman, Miss Hilda Burgess, Mrs Mary
Adams and 48 deck.
The schooner Mary E, Foster left to-day
for Makaweli with a cargo of coal.
The schooner Liholiho will leave to
morrow for Waianao with a cargo of bone
meal and railroad ties.
Ex-Assessor Brown Sues tho P. G.
C. A. Brown has entered an as
sumpsit suit against tho Provisional
Govornment in the following terms:
"The undersigned Charles A.
Brown of Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
claims of tho Provisional Govern
ment of tho Hawaiian Islands the
sum of nine hundred and ninety
eight 25-100 dollars ($998.25), being
the salary due tho plaintiff as Asses
sor and Collector of Taxes for the
First Division, to wit, tho Island of
Oahu, from October 18th, 1892, to
February 28th, 1893, during which
time the plaintiff held said office.
Aud the defendant though request
ed has not paid said sum but neg
lects and refuses so to do."
On this tho Justices of tho Su
premo Court unanimously sign the
following allowance of process:
"Wo allow process on tho within
complaint, being of the opinion that
the claim set forth in the complaint
is a fair subject for judicial investi
gation." Service having been made of sum
mons on tho Attorney-General, tho
latter has filed an answer on behalf
of tho Government, denying each
and every tho allegations of tho
complaint. F. M. Hatch is attorney
for Mr. Brown.
F. M. Hatch has filed defendant's
b,riof on excoptions in tho famous
pine-apple damages case of P. G.
Camarinos vs. J. Kidwoll.
O. W. Ashford has filed an affi
davit in the case of Thomas R. Lucas
and others, executors, vs. F. H. Rod
ward, defendant, and A. J. Lopez,
garnishee. It sets forth that tho
garnishee admitted to mm ho had a
houso built at Pawaa other than that
on which Alien & Robinson claim to
hold a material man's lion.
Edwin Oscar White, brother-in-law
of decedent and executor named
in tho will, has filed a petition to
admit to probate tho will of tho late
Sarah Emolia Austin. Tho ostato is
personal proporty in Wilder's Steam
ship and People's Ico Co. stocks and
cash in bank, tho whole being valued
Closing argument is being heard
byJTudgo Cooper this afternoon in
tho case of Mary Kaleialii, for hor
solf and the McKeaguo minors, vs.
Grinbaum & Co.
Rooms to lot
board at Ilani-
Root Beer on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort stroot,
abovo Hotol. Chronic and Surgical
oases. Mutual Tolophono G82.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his ofilco from King stroot
to Borotauia stroot, near Emma.
W. H. Bonson, piano and organ
tuner, has returned from Kuuai and
may bo found at tho' Arlington
Hotel as usual,
Subtoribc or the Daily Uulktin, 60
wnti per month,
, " ...... j'-.- 'sink, . JavsiLAv "J'tM'mL
LOCAL AND OENERAL NEWS.
abuudanco of rain at
A furnished cottago
klki boaoh is to lot.
on tho Wai-
Capt. Day of tho U. S. S. Boston
is a guost at Sans Souci.
Up to noon tho 17G0 Japs woro not
released from quarantine
Diamond Hoad, 3 p. m. Weather,
hazy; wind, fresh northeast.
It is rumorod that a luna shot a
Japanese- laboror at Honokaa.
Tho Crosconts and Havraiis will
moot on tho diamond
A now bathing resort tho "K. K."
is now opon at Waikiki. It is
near tho cars.
A largo assortment of wall
latost stylos, has just boon rocoivod
by Allen & Robinson.
Mr. Van Angloson, manager of tho
Kukuihaolo plantation, lies in a very
low condition at that place.
A gontlo young horso, buggy and
other articlos aro advortisod for salo
at tho Pacific Coast Homo Supply
The not proceeds of tho Masonic
ladies' late offorts for tho purpose of
furnishing tho now Masonic tomplo
Tho Belgio will bo tho noxt of tho
O. & O. ocean linors to como into
port. She will bo duo from tho
Orient on Tuesday.
Mr. William Eassio of Koalia, Kau
ai, will loavo on tho S. S. Bolgic for
tho Coast on Tuesday next, aud will
tako in tho World's Fair.
J. F. Morgan will hold a salo of
that valuable pieco of proporty be
tween Hyman Bros.' and L. B. Kerr's
stores at his salesroom at noon to
morrow. Tho steamer Waialoalo arrived
this morning from Hamakua with
out a cargo. Tho Kukuihaolo and
Honokaa plantations have both shut
down for two or three weeks.
The U. S..S. Adams will woigh
anchor on Monday morning for a
cruise to Lahaina, and expects to ro
turn in about a week, in time to tako
part in the July 4th- celebration.
There is to be a grand excursion
to Kahului for tho 4th of July races,
by tho steamer Likoliko leaving here
5 p. m. July 3, aud returning tho
morning of tho 5th. Rates appear
Sam Kipu aud his father, Kaaiai,
will bo tried in tho District Court
to-morrow on a chargo of conspiracy,
in conspiring to secure a marriage
license without the knowledge of
tho girl's parents.
Kaulahao was given a second sent
ence of $50 in the District Court this
morning for having cho fa tickets in
possession. Ho noted an appeal.
Kaulahao was fined $100 not long
ago Tor the saino ollbnso.
Tho Hawaiian hula troupe wore
to give their first public exhibition
in the Wigwam theatre in San Fran
cisco on the 12th inst. A crowded
house was expected, as it was tho
talk of the town, and nearly every
one wanted to see the hula.
Tho following names aro booked
at tho office of H. Hackfeld & Co.
to loavo for tho Coast on tho S. S.
Belgic on Tuesday noxt: Mr. Gassor,
Win, Eassio, S. T. King, F. W. Mc
Chosnoy, Mr. and Mrs. Goo. R.
At tho request of an intending
bidder, tho auction salo of the ware
house property and Government
lease, on Quoon street, as advortisod
by J. F. Morgan, has boon deferred
until July 15th, after the return of
tho steamer Australia.
The different crows have begun
active preparations for tho regatta
on July 4th. Captain Parkor had a
frosh fourtoen-oarod crow from tho
police out at 3 o'clock 3'ostorday
afternoon in tho Kuliaikanuu. The
Hanakeoki will be taken out to-day
by another crow.
If there is any reprimanding to bo
done by tho authorities in connec
tion with tho affair on tho Oceanic
dock tho other day, Deputy Band
master Naouo ought to bo sovorolv
dealt with, as ho bogau to play whon
tho National Baud was singing tho
Hawaiian national anthem and ho a
Hawaiian at thatl
Imported by Hon. S. M. Damon from
tho Land of tho Riamg Sun.
Amonc tho froicht lauded from
tho S. S. Miiko Marti, at the Oceanic
dock is the mntorial for a complete
Japanoso houso. Tho sticks and
bamboo aro all repay, requiring only
to bo put together by a Japanoso
carpenter. Tho house belongs to
Hon. S. M. Damon, Minister of
Finauco, who will probably have it
oroctod on his Moaualua property
aud use it as a summer residence.
The appearance of this novel struc
ture will bo awaited with interest, as
it will bo the first of its kind ovor
soon in theso islands.
News by tho W. G. Hall.
Strong trade winds in Knu and
light showers. Volcano active
A party of gentlemen woro to
loavo yesterday for tho summit of
Mauna Loa under tho guidanco of
Mr. J. Monsarrat.
Nnalolm mill will shut down this
week for a month aud ililoa mill
will resume grinding Monday.
Fifty cents is a small doctor hill,
but that is all it will cost you to
euro any ordinary case of rhouma
tiHin if you iiho Ohninhorlain'H Pain
Bolm. Try it and you will be sur
iirihod attuu prompt relief it affords.
Tho first application will quiet tho
pain. 50 cunt bottles for salo by all
dealers, Benson, Smith & Co., agonts
for tho Hawaiian iBluuds,
P. G. STIRRED UP.
Three Men Arrested for Con
spiracy to Seize the Palace.
Houso of John A. Cummins Searched for
Munitions of War.
At 2:15 o'clock this afternoon
Captain Parkor arrested Mr. T. B.
Walker ou a warrant containing tho
"That T. B. Walkor, Archibald
Sinclair and E. C. Crick, at said Ho
nolulu, within throe mouths, woro
guilty of tho crimo of conspiracy by
maliciously and treasonably conspir
ing and concerting together, and
conspiring and concorting with
others to tho nliiant unknown, to
ovorthrow and put down and destroy
by force the Provisional Govornment
of tho Hawaiian Islands, aud to lovy
war against said Provisional Govern
ment and to oppose by force tho
authority thoreof, and by forco to
soizo, tako and possess certain pro
perty of said Govornment, to wit,
tho Government building now occu
pied by the Exocutivo Council of
said Government, contrary to tho
authority of tho sarno."
At 2:30 o'clock Messrs. Sinclair
aud Crick woro arrostod by Captains
Jueu and Hookano at tho Central
Houso. Thoro is much excitement
around town ovor tho arrests. Sin
clair and Crick woro among tho
earliest military supporters of tho
P. G. Tho three "suspects" are con
fined in different cells.
Deputy Marshal Brown and his
aids returned to tho Polico Station
at 8:30 o'clock, and reported having
fouud "nixey" at tho Cummins resi
dence. The maiu houso was search
ed throughout, ovon tho girls' rooms
being gone through. In tho collar
a few cartridges wore found but
nothing else, not even a solitary
pistol. Tho barn and outhouses
were also searched, as well as tho
houso of Mr. T. B. Walker, with tho
samo results. Mr. and Mrs. Cum
mins, a fow young ladies and Pinco
Kalanianaolo woro tho only persons
there, besides tho servants.
Tho Central House, where Messrs.
Sinclair and Crick resido, was search
ed and two rifles, ono Winchester
aud ono Springfield, and two pistols,
one harmless owing to its Doing
minus a trigger, woro found. This
impotont weapon was identified by
Cnpfnin P.-.rltnr as Doing govern
ment proporty, tho number on his
book corresponding with that on
tho pistol. As Sinclair is a member
of tho P. G. voluuteors ho is entitled
to ono rifle.
Marshal Hitchcock was soon by a
Bulletin reporter, aud doclinod to
say anything as to whother any
more arrests woro to bo raado.
It is reported that there aro 32
names on tho suspected list.
WELCOME AND FAREWELL.
Reception to the Incoming and the
Outcome: Secretary Y. M. C. A.
Thoro was a gathering that three
quarters filled Y. M. C. A. hall last
night, to bid welcome to Mr. D. W.
Corbott and farewell to Mr. H. W.
Peck, tho incoming and tho retiring
General Secretary, respectively, of
tho Association. Mr. H. F. Wich
man was master of coromouioq and
gave out tho oponingrhymu, "There's
a work for each of us now," which
was sung to piano accompaniment
by Miss Beckwith. Tho chairman
then called on Dr. Beckwith to offer
Ormond Wall gave a nice solo on
tho violin, accompanied by his
brother Arthur on tho piano.
Mr. C. B. Riplo3r, President of tho
Y. M. C. A., delivered an address of
welcome to Mr. Corbott. Although
he had a horror of making sot
spocchos ho ostoomod it a privilege
to extend a welcome to their now
friend and co-worker. To do any
thing right they should bo in earn
est, and lie was happy in saying that
when ho extended to Mr. Corbott a
cordial welcome ho spoko whereof
ho know. Tho President spoko of
tho kindness, courtesy aud cordiality
of tho welcome accorded to strangors
in Honolulu, from porsonnl experi
ence of not long ago being able to
sav that their welcome was a real
soutimont. Ho procoodod to speak
of their mutual responsibilities in
Association work, success in which
depouded on each officer aud mem
bor doing his rospoctivo duty. Thoro
was a great deal to bo dono among
tho young moii aud boys of tho com
munity. It was their paramount
duty to oulist tho boys, a work
for which thoy woro assured tho
uow secretary was well qualified.
Then, ou bohalf of tho officers aud
members of tho Association, tho
President warmly welcomed Mr. Cor
bott to tho discharge of his duties,
saying that he would find them at
all times, however ongrossod in their
private business, rorily to give their
time, their counsol and their money
to the welfare of tho Association,
Mr. Corbott, on rising to respond,
said tho past two months reminded
him of what a child said in Boston,
whon told hor fathor wns born in
England, hor mot hor in Boston, and
hor sister in Cannda-"llow did wo
all get together?" Two months ago
ho had no idea of coining to Hono
lulu, Ho rugnrdod thocircuniHtaiu'es
that lod him to como as a call of
providence. Air. Uornott procoouou
' to lay down tho different linos of
work before tho Association aud
himself. Thoy had a work of roscito
to perforin uuioug those who had
gono astray. As an ounco of pre
vention wa3 worth o pound of euro,
thoy had to mako tho Association a
place whoro young mon would bo
disposed to pass thoir leisure timo.
Whon a young man camo to a city a
straugor ho was not going to stny in
his lodgings in tho evenings. Thoro
wore throo plncos whoro no had tho
choico of going tho theatre, tho
saloon and tho Y. M. C. A. It wa3
for tho Association to mako thoir
place tho ono to bo chosen. It was
not so much their duty to lift up
tho fallon as it was to koop young
men from entering tho saloon, nor
to moot thorn with arguments as to
supply thom with good litoraturo
and innocent pnstirao. Boys should
bo roachod boforo thoy bocorno
young men. Physical training and
ovoning clnssos woro among tho best
moans of saving and improving the
young. Ho instanced tho New York
Association with its moro than ono
thousand studonts in ovoning classes.
If ho woro criticising tho Honolulu
Association, from tho littlo that ho
had soon thus far? it would bo for its
lack of success in reaching young
men. Mr. Corbott in closing nd
drossod a word to business mon, on
whom a groat obligation rested
toward those in thoir omploy. Thoy
ought to pay woll for tho provision
of an agrooablo and elovating placo
of resort for tho young moil in thoir
sorvico. To tho young mon ho would
say that ho wanted to know thom.
Mr. Corbott spoko with earnestness
and fluency, a touch of Coltic broguo
in hiaccont doing his utterance no
harm. Ho was hoartily applauded.
Miss Kulamanu Ward sang a song
so sweetly that she had to como
right back and sing another. Miss
von Holt accompanied hor on tho
Mr. W. C. Woedon, Vico-Prosi-deut,
addressed a speech of farewell
to Mr. Pock. Thoir retiring secre
tary whon ho camo was but half a
man, ho gainod a bettor half in Ho
nolulu, aud when he loft ho would
tako away another half. As ho de
parted with his amiablo wifo and
charming babe to tho laud of snows
aud tho . country of furs ho would
earr' with him tho Association's
best wishes. Mr. Pock had como
among them five years ago, aud from
tho first ontorod zealously iuto Asso
ciation work. As chairman of thoir
devotional committee first, and for
tho past two years as Gonoral Secre
tary, ho had done much to promote
tho work. Mr. Pock had proved on
tho football ground that Christian
character was not incompatible with'
efficiency in manly sports. Mr. We
dbn eulogized tho retiring Secre
tary's services with voice and pen
against public sins, particularly
drinking and gambling. "May God
bless, guide aud direct you in the
future," he concluded, "is tho earnest
desire and pra3-or of this Associa
tion." Mr. Peck referred to his assump
tion of tho office ho was now leaving
nearly two j'oars ago. He was with
out special training for tho work,
but ho took tho position on tho con
dition that he be allowed to pursuo
his choson lino of .of';-1 -- x?i
work among tno mechanics and poor
young men. Tho Association to
succeed must bo an indepondont or
ganization, it must bo free. Much
work had been dono for temperance.
The timo had come for aggressive
work hero on that lino. Bonds that
tied Christian business men's inter
ests up with the liquor traffic would
have to bo cut. Ho thought Mr.
Corbott would find model members
in this Association, but thoro wore
many who were a drag either from
lack of spirituality or laziness. His
successor spoko truly when he said
this Association did not roach young
men. Tho methods ho suggested
for improvement woro sound. Boys
would get tired of religion, and want
to road something lively. Thoy
want books of adventure and gamos
to attract them. A gymnasium was
needed. Thov had now a thorough,
able, Christiau man as their General
Secretary, who was especially train
ed for tho work. It was the sons of
poor mon who should particularly
be looked after. Ho should always
look back to this Association with
Eloasuro, especially to those souls ho
ad soon kneoling boforo God. Ho
was not going far just to tho Coast
but thoro was ono thing ho would
request, that was that thoy should
pray for him.
Mr. Ruovsky gave a song, with
Prof. Thoo. Richards as accompa
nist. Ico cream and cako woro handed
around, while tho assembly enjoyed
social conversation. Mr. Corbott
was introduced to everybody, re
ceiving cordial greetings of wolcoino.
Chamborlaiu's Cough Remedy
Is famous as a
Cure for sovoro colds.
Famous as a
Preventive of pneumonia.
Famous as a
Preventive and cure for croup.
Famous for the relief it affords in
Famous as a safe and pleasant
Modioiuo for children.
Try it. 50 cent bottles for sale by
Bonson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho
PROF. S. MACAULEY HAS BEEX
thirty years In theso Islands, Tuning
and Repairing PlunofortcH and Organs.
Ho has been ougaged by, unil given per
fect eutibfactiou to. every great miiHleiil
nrtlst who bus performed here in thut pe
riod. He Is prepared to do Tuning und
Repairing to-day, at Ki:ahonahi,k l'mci.s,
its well us ever, and respectfully solicits tlio
patronage of this community.
fjtf Lcuvu orders at the furniture mid
musiohtoru of 11. 11. Williams, tho music
store of tho Huwuliim News Co., or lit his
own residence, next door to British Club.
rpHE HCHOOXEK 'NORMA,'
A. Ul Tout! llcL-lhtur. uubbtuu-
tiully built of Oak and Cedar; .
dinner unit Connur KiiNtent'd.
For price und imrticuluru apply
7ii-tf THKO. H. DAVlKH .V CO.
rpiIK WEEKLY HUliLKTlN-.au COL
I nmriH nt InturuHtliik' Reud IllK Mutter,
llnnd, ft: mailed to foreign onuutrie,W
u5?'t da? tUS ff
Bon of rtarry K. Ruby, of Columbia, Ta.,
Suffered From Birth
WlUi a Bovcro Form of
"Until my boy wns six years of ago ho was
from birth a terrible nuffrrrr from scrofu
lous humor. Bores would appear on htm and
Bprcad until ns Iargc " " Dollar and then
discharge, followed by others, so that the larger
tiart of Ills body was one mn of nmttn all
ho time, especially severe on Ids legs and hack
of his cars and on nU head. The humor had a
Tory offensive odor, nnd caused
Wo cannot tell how thnt poor boy suffered In
all thoso years. Physicians did not effect a
cure. At last I decided to give him Hood's
Sarsapnrllla, as my druggist recommended
It. In about two weeks tho Sarsapartlla began
to have effect. Tho sores commenced to heal
tip; tho flesh hecan to look more natural nnd
hpalthv. Then llin sealer r.imn off nml nil n nr
his body new and healthy flesh and skin formed
When ho had taken tw o bottles ho wns entirely
free from sores, limine rmlv tho scars to show
whero they had been. These havo all disap
peared, wo aro unablo to express our thanks
tor the good
Hood's. Sarsapaf ilia
has done our little boy." Hamiy K. Itunr,
Box SCO, Columbia, Pennsylvania.
HOOD'S FILLS cur Countlpatlon bjr reitop
lag the parliUHlc action of tho alimentary canal
HOIIUOX, NnWMAX & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
HORSES AND CATTLE FOB SALE.
TnsnnTV frp.An owrami ..
X; miming on the Lands Jx
Ul JLUllUIvUlIlUt, uiiiiuijui mm
DUHIXG MY AHSEXCK, 5IK8. Jir.I
lis will Iinvo full charge of my busi
ness, nnd hor reeoipt will be sufliuiont.
X. S. SACHS.
Juno 21, 1SD3. 75S-3t
DUIIIXG DR. MOXSARKAT'S AB
hcuco on Hawaii, Dr. IS. Schnoldcr
will have charge of his Infirmary. Tele
phones: Bell 'Jti, Mutual 183. Ordors left
at Club Stables will receive prompt atten
F I OAX BE OF ANY SERVICE TO
you in the wny of Sharpening Scissors,
Corvine Knives. Luwn Mowers. Klliim
Saws, Kepuiiiug Sprinklers and Water
Taps and Laying Pipe, Soldering Tinware,
LI, PARTIES DESIRING TO GO TO
Wninkoukua Falls in Munou Valley
aro hereby requested to obtain a permis
sion irom tno mmursigncu, otncrwiMi tuey
will bo prosecuted for trespass if found on
the premises without Mich liermission,
.TAB. H. BOYD,
at tho Laud OiHcc, Supremo Court Build
ing. Honolulu, Juno 17, 18n. 755-tf
WILLIAM FOSTER WILL ACT FOR
me in all matters of business until
further notice, under full power of attor
ney. ALBERT JAEGER.
Honolulu, Juno 13, 18'W.
RKFKRR1XG TO THK ABOVB, I
hereby give uotico to all ptThuns hav
ing business with Albert Juegor to trans
act tho binno with mo personally, at his
olllce on Kaahumami street.
Honolulu, June 13, 18U'i. 752-lw
Grand Masquerade !
AT THE REQUKST OF SEVERAL
Prominent Ladies aud Gentlemen
who took part in tho ball which wns given
hist month, another Masquerade will be
given at the Armory on TUESDAY
IJVEXING, July lth. It will. I.u given
under the direction of tho xiuuu committee
who conducted the last ball. Everything
will bo ilouo to insuro n good time to thoso
who attend. The proceeds will bunpplied
to tho Transportation of nn Invalid to his
home ami the buliinco will bo given to a
Ladies' Charitable Society. Doors open
nt 8 o'rlook.
IW- TICKETS ?l. Tickets can ho had
n. U.illtuf... t. I lln.iuy... C.tltll A I1.
fik .lUllldlUI it. JJtf ..VIIIUIIl Ul(i.,, ,V VI..,
Hobron, Xowman k Co., Hawaiian News
Hawaiian Opera House
L, J. Lovoy Lcssco & Manager.
SATURDAyTJULY 1, 1893.
Door Opens at 7:30; Performance at 8.
gtf- The Fourth Appearance of tho
Hawaii Pomm Ujiamatic Company In their
Grand Historical Performance.
SERIES OF INTERESTING INCIDENTS
"The Days of Kamehamelia I,"
"KAHIPAU, THE ROYAL HAOHCHBMK."
Soldlors! Kahili Bearers 1 Attendants I Etc
Now Songs I Now CostamoB 1
ho opon ut Iovoy'H
on Moinmj, June '.Mill, iitll o'clock A
Alt kimh of Commercial Printing
promptly executed ut low ralrt at the
Mending Garden Hose, etc., etc., please
ring up Mutual Telephouo Xo. 152 before
II A. M. or between 12 "jJ.'j-?',i$IfliGKSB.
WjatfWttJtt 1 imm iin'-"t
N. S. SACHS
BSO Fort Street, XZonolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials I
-Cotton Pongee I
Light and Dark Ground EfTects Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTOjS" GRAPE
In Pink, Crcnni, Light Blue, Cardinal nnd Black;
FINK FIGU11BD MUSLIXS IN NEW DE8IGX8,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Brocaded & Plain Cliumhrics,
Kider-donn in Pink, Cream and Baby
Polka Dot Muslins,
A COMPLETE ASSOUTMEXT OF
In. Flttids, Oheoks and Strides.
TOfc. Como and seo tho White Goods wo aro soiling nt 7, 0 and 5 yards for ?1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc.,
Laces and Embroideries !
aUSTGIIAMS, Latest Pattern j
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces .in all "W'icLtli.s,,
7 5 FOIRf STREET
NEW GOODS !
IB. :f EHLERS 3s CO.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IX GRKAT VARIETY
IXDIA DIMITY IX WHITE and COLOKED-Just suitable for this climate.
KXOTTE1) SWISS-A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
FOO CHOO POXQEE-GREAT XOVELTIE8
Silica-line and "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
W Dressmaking Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. &3
Royal Insurance Company
Assets January 1, 1892,
Flro risks on all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Curront Risks by
J. S. WALKER,
Acting Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
FOR SALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Recommended uptcially by Commit),
sioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight
FOR BALK II V
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
F. M. WAKEFIELD,
Attoiinev ami Cou.nheuok at Law.
Temporary olllco with Mr. C. Anhford.
Merchant st,, Honolulu, 11, 1.
us now. Apply under
CHElJUi: NO. -miOKJ. V. COLVILLE
ou Itlshop it Co. for flvM.lUhiu been
lout. All iiersous uru hereby cautioned
uguliut ucijoUuUufe' mnuu. 7ftMw
Figured Irish Lawns.
a Large Line
NEW GOODS I
in the World."
Real Estate Agency,
No. 619 Tort Street.
3 Furnished Rooms with or without
board; good location.
1 Furnltdiod Huune at Palaina near Re
formatory School 21 per Month.
1 Uottuge on llurutania Htreut $25
1 Cotbigc on Bcretanla Street, opposite
3 Htoroa ou Xuuuim Street, near Bere-
the road to Wulkiki.
Houbo and Lot on Jleretanla street near
Pensacola. Ixit 'JU0 feet frontage and
HO feet deep.
Also, u Valuable lilock of Itrick Build
ings in the hcurt of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Bale.
A COMPETENT PERSON AB OVER.
Mer 011 11 tiugar Estate. There aro
IHi.inlbllltli's of promotion for the right
mail. Itefureiicus required. Apply to
,. , 0. 1IREWER &, CO', Wii).
Uouolulu.JunulO, IBOJ. tWw