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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FilOM AND AFTElt JUNK 1, 1893.-
To Ewa Mill.
Leave Pearl Otty.
Arrlvo Ewa Mill..
11. 11. A.
I.pavc Ewa Mill 0:21 10:13 3:43 5:42
I.eavo Pearl City (1:55 11:15 4:15 (1:10
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:05 0:45
A. Saturdays only.
B. Daily. J
C. Sundays oxeopted.
I). Saturdays excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, JUNE 2G, 1893.
2UE .A. 12. 1 ISTE 3SrE"WS.
Sunday, .Tunc 25.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, 10$ days from
Stnir Mikahala from Kauai
Stmr Idkellke from Maui
Monday, June 20.
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, 10'J days
from San Francisco
v Monday, Juno 20.
U S S Adams, Nelson, for a cruise
Stnir Hawaii for Hawaii
Stmr Waiali-alo for Hanamaulu
Stun Mokolii for Molokal
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
S S Miiko Maru, Thompson, for Yoko
hama at 4 in.
Stnir Mikaliala for Kauai at op m
Stnir W 0 Hall for Maui and Hawaii
Htmr Likeliku for Maui
Schr Mahimahi for Waialua and Waianae
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stnir Likolike 37 head cattlo, 2T bids poi,
81 hogs, 51 bags bones, !t"J bags com,
259 bags potatoes, 70 pkgs sun pries.
From San Francisco, per bk Ceylon,
June 2o Fred Henkemiis, Mrs C U von
From San Francisco, per bk Andrew
ANelch, June 20 J A Gray, Marie Grav,
Mrs Cahoon, J N Southern,
From Maui, per stnir Likeliko, June 25
Mrs D Center and 2 children, W Yon
Graevemeyer and wife, John l'uu, J W
Kalua, Allorba, W H Cornwell, H Plemer.
G K Ewart, K Catton, A Killers, Miss
Jveedham. G Froboese, S Ahmi, Achew, D
AV Napihaa, and 41 deck.
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fl liw fiipnmnut ulll niiti,iii.i. 1..... ...... .!....
trips to Waialua, loaving Tuesday, June 27.
The American bark Ceylon and Hawai
ian bark Andrew Welch liave arrived from
the Coast with goneral cargoes, the former
yesterday and the latter this morning.
Doth make :he bamo time, 10J4 days.
The American schooner King Cyrus,
Christiansen, master, sailed this afternoon
for the Golden Gate with 20.KK1 bags sugar
valued at $113,508. and shipped as follows:
O. O. Iierger, 00S5 bags; W. G. Irwin & Co.,
13,171 bags; J. T. W., 750 bags.
SLOW GAME ON SATURDAY.
Crescents Make a Miserable Show
ing and Earn a Sound Beating.
Tho baseball game on Saturday
was slow and consequently uninter
esting. The Crescents seemed to
lose heart after the first inning, and
managed to score one solitary run
in the third inning, through an error
on the part of Lionel Hart, who in
an effort to intorcopt a rtiuuor at
first threw the ball over the base
man's head. Tho Hawaiis scored
seven in tho first, two in tho fourth
and one in tho sixth innings, making
a total of ten runs. Palmer Woods
pitched for tho Hawaiis and was
ably caught by Tommy Pryco. Tho
make-up was the same as in previous
games, and all showed decided ad
horonce to practice, while tho Cres
cents showed quite the opposite.
Next Saturday's game will bo a
"corker," as tho Hawaiis aro deter
mined to vanquish tho champion
Are you insured? If not, now is
ihe time to provide yourself and
family with a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
ltomedy as an insurance against any
serious results from an attack of
bowel complaint during tho summer
mouths. It is almost certain to be
needed and should bo procured at
once. No other remedy can tako its
place or do its work. 25 and 50
COllt hottlttR for snln liv nil druiluru
Bouson, Smith & Co,, agents for the
A nativo diod from tho prevailing
disoase, supposed to bo tho grip, on
Saturday afternoon, at Niniauu val
ley. Two younj children and a girl
wore very lojf in tho same family,
and tho mother was expected to die
Throo fjfnorals took placo yester
day, tho deceased being all natives.
A ycAing man latoly employed in
D. B. Smith's fatoro diod on Satur
day ami was i
interred in tho Catholic
Oliamborlain's Cough Iloiuody
1'h famous as a
Cure for severe colds.
Famous as a
Preventive of pneumonia.
Famous as a
Preventive and cure for croup.
Famous for the roliuf it ailordh in
Famous as a wifo and pleasant
Medicine for children,
Try it. 50 cent hot I Ins for Halo by
JieiiHou, Smith it Co.,
Agents for the
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Employment is wanted by a Portu
A young man just from tho States
wants a position.
Tho P. G. band will play at Emma
Squaro this ovoning.
Tho stoamor Miiko Maru will sail
for Yokohama at -1 p. in. to-morrow.
Frod. Honkonins, a student, was a
passongor on tho bark Coylon yos
tordaj'. Lodge lo Progros, A. F. & A. M.,
will hold its monthly mooting this
Tho Myrtle Boat clubwill hold a
special mooting at tho boathouso
Tho U. S. S. Adams weighed an
chor oarly this morning for target
practico at Lahaina.
Four fines of $50 each against
Ohiuoso opium fiends wore recorded
hi liio jjisinci (jourt tms morning.
Miss Mario Gray, a telegraph
operator, arrived on tho bark An
drew Welch to-day from tho Coast.
Tho Critorion Saloon will receivo
2900 gallons of tho popular John
Wioland's beor on tho S. S. Austra
lia. Tho Woman's Board of MisMous
will moot in tho Central Union
Church at 2:.'50 o'clock to-morrow
Tho Bullltin man acknowledges
an invitation to & ball by tho Maui
Annexation Club at Wailuku tho
ovoning of July 1.
Boat crows from tho U. S. S. Bos
ton, Myrtle club and tho Police
force aro out daily preparing for tho
races of tho Fourth.
Tho stockholders of tho Waianao
Company moot at C. O. Borgor's
ollico, to-morrow (Tuesday) at 10
o'clock. Special business.
Don't fail to witness tho presenta
tion of historical plays by tho Ha
waiian Dramatic Company at tho
Opora House, Saturday evening,
No more arrests have been made
in connection with tho alleged con
spiracy. Tho men already arrested
aro allowed certain intorvals in tie
day the freedom of tho yard, ono at
Tho executive and working mom
bors of tho Y. M. C. A. will bo photo
graphed in a group by J. A. Gou
salves this afternoon for presenta
tion as a souvenir to tho retiring
Gouoral Secretary, Mr. H. W. Peck.
About 10 o'clock Saturday night a
buggy with a solo male occupant
tore along King street, narrowly
escaping being upset sevoral times.
Tho buggy landed against a tele
phone post and was smashod. Tho
man escaped unhurt.
Two nativo women driviug heed
lessly along King street yesterday
afternoon mot with an acoidont, in
which ono was painfully iirjuiod
about tho body. Ono ot tho wheels
was dished near Pawaa, and tho
women wore thrown out.
Tho following arrivals havo boon
registered at tho Hawaiian Hotel
since last report: K. J. MoGottigau,
Mrs. D. Center and two children,
Hana; Dr. St. D. Gynlais Waltors,
HABEAS CORPU3 IS DENIED.
Judge Whiting's Reasons for Deny
ing the Writ for T. B. Walker.
T. B. Walker, ono of tho throo
men held without bail for conspiracy,
by his attorney. Charles Croighton,
presontod a petition to Judge Whil
mg.First Judge of tho Circuit Court,
for a writ of habeas corpus. Judge
Whiting declined to issue tho writ
for tho following reasons written on
tho margin of tho petition:
"It appearing in tho petition and
exhibits that tho potitionor is com
mitted to tho custody of tho Mar
shal under a charge of felony which
is not bailable without tho consent
of tho Attorney Goneral, undor Act
33 of tho laws of tho Provisional
Government, I am of opinion that
undor Section 2 of Chapter '32 of tho
Laws of 1870, tho Habeas Corpus
Act, tho petitioner cannot demand
and havo this writ a? of right, and
that undor Section 32 of said Act,
Chaptor :$2 of 1870, tho discretionary
power to issue tho writ in tho pres
ent caso can only bo exorcised by the
Justice of tho Supremo Court, and
that I havo no jurisdiction. I de
cline to grant tho writ."
Tho P. G. band, undor tho direc
tion of Prof. Borgor, will give
a public concert at Emma Squaro
this ovoning at 7:!K) o'clock. Tho
following program will bo rendered:
March Joyce'i. I'ost . . Drown
Overture llerjin l.ifo .('oiirudl
Clarionet Holo Tiio Murtvrs . .Doulzultl
Selection II Trovatorc. '. Verdi
Overture Ormion. . 1'uttcv
Kuphonhim bolo Autumn Ioavos
, , ... Aekerman
Waltz Morning I'apnrs btraiiKS
Two Maii'hes by Sou.a . Tho Gladiators,
Ii, High School CuduK
Dr. M. J. Davis is a prominent
physician of Lowib, Cass county,
Iowa, and has been actively engaged
in the practice of medicine at that
place for tho past thiity-live year.
Ontho2(ith of May, while 'in Dc
Moines en route to Chicago, he was
suddenly taken with an attack of
dianhii'a. Having hold Chamber
lain'ri Colic, Cholera and Diarm-a
Homi'dy for the p:iht Mventieii years,
and knowing iln reliability, he pro
cured a 25 cent bottle, two doos of
which completely cured him. The
excitement and change of water and
diet incident to traveling often pio
(luce a dian hua, ICvery one should
iirouiitea bottle of this Hoiuedy be
fore leaving home. For sale by all
dealers, liuiiHon, Smith & Co., agonl
for the Hawaiian IhIuimIs,
iyl. jj., iiiva; W. v. (jtraovomoyor and
wifo, Reciprocity plantation; W.
Eassio, S. G. Kiutr, Kilauoa. Kauai:
SHOT IN THE HEAD.
Supposed Suicide of Stewart
Macauley the Piano Tuner,
While He is Dying His Wife Sits Aloof
and Says Ho is Not in tho House.
At 10 minutes to 12 o'clock noon
on Sunday threo pistol shots wore
uearu in mo coitago noxi door maKai
of tho British Club on Alakea stroot.
They woro heard and discussed by
Justice Bickorton "hud Mr. Jos.
Marsden from tho club, by Mrs. T.
C. Porter and hor brother, Mr.
William Savidgo, from Mr. Portor's
house next door on tho other sido,
and by Mrs. Bickorton and Mrs. F.
L. Winter from tho Hotol cottages
across tho stroot. Tho cottage
whonco tho reports issued belongs
to tho Holt estato, and has for some
time been occupied by Stewart Ma
cauley, piano tunor, and his wifo.
Mr. Savidgo saw smoke issuing
from a window in tho cottago after
tho shots. Fearing something was
wrong ho went out and meeting Mr.
Georgo McLood, who was passing
down tho street, ho told him what
ho, had hoard and seen. Both men
went to ono of tho doors aud for a
protoxt askod Mrs. Macauloy if a
gontloman who had lodged there
was in. Tho woman replying in tho
negat ivo was noxt askotl if Mr. Mac
auley was at homo. Sho said ho was
out. Askod thou about tho shots,
sho only said sho had hoard them.
Savidgo and McLeod then with
drew, the former hurrying to tho
Police Station to report tho circum
stances. Captain Bobort Parker im
mediately wont to tho houso with
another ollicor. Ho asked for Mr.
Macauloy, when the wifo again said
ho was out. Parkor told her that
shooting had been reported in tho
house and ho was going to make an
investigation. Mrs. Macauloy said
something about hor husband's be
ing in tho bathroom, and Captain
Parker pushed past hor and entered
tho placo indicated. Tho inside door
was open. Tho officer found Mac
auloy lying in a recumbent posture,
bent at tho middlo of his bodj-, his
head and shoulders resting against
tho closed door leading into the
yard. There was a wound on tho
right sido of his head, from which
blood was oozing into a clotted
mass, dropping to the floor. Tho
door a foot from his head was spat
tered with the life iluid, as if from a
spirt as tho man fell.
Parkor found a Smith & Wesson
8 calibre revolver lying at tho bot
tom of tho bath tub, with throo
empty and two loaded shells in it,
which ho put in h;s pocket. As
Macauloy was breathing strongly
the i officer hurriod out for surgical
assistance. Ho mot Dr. Peterson
and called Dr. Cooper, the Station
physician, from Mr. Portor's tolo
phono. Both doctors were quickly
by tho sido of the unfortunate man.
Ihoy washed oil" tho wound and
probed it without finding tho bullet.
It was dutorniined to havo Macauloy
sont to the Queen's Hospital, and
tho two doctors had Dr. Wood, sur
geon to (ho hospital, notified while
they sent lo the Station for a
stretcher. In the meantime Mrs.
Macauley had sont the Chinese cook
for Dr. Wood, and ho was present
before tho st retclior arrived. It was
two hours after tho shooting before
tho man was removed to tho hospi
tal. As ho was laid out on the
stretcher it was evident that the ond
was near. Ho died at 2:10 o'clock,
twenty minutes after entering tho
Mrs. Macauloy acted in a manner
that was utterly inexplicable except
on tho theory that she was dement
ed before tho event or else complete
ly dazed by tho tragedy. When tho
Bulletin reporter arrived at the
houso close after Capt. Parkor, near
ly an hour after the shooting, the
woman was calmly engaged in ar
ranging clothes on a bed, paying no
attention to hor dying husband in
tho bathroom adjoining tho room
whore sho was. She was tearless
and betrayed no agitation, as she
bid Mr. Savidgo and the reporter
go inside. To inquiries of several
persons who entered sho said hor
husband had been cleaning a pistol
and when tho reports wore heard by
her she paid no attention to them,
as it had been Macauloy's practico
to thus try the weapon after clean
ing it. She .T-ked diuoroiit ones if
they thought ho would livo, aud
when they replied there was not a
chance she cried, saying, "Oh, what
a dreadful end ho has como to!"
While tho doctors were engaged
over the prostrate man, Capt. Parkor
followed the course of two ballot
holes through the walls of tho bath
room. They were at nearly right
angles to each other, and the shots
could have been fired Yrom the inner
door without the shootor changing
position. Ono holo was through the
makai end, the other through the
side towards Union street. It look
ed for a caso of suicide as if the
man had filed two shots simply to
try if the weapon was in good work
ing older before turning ith muzzle
on himself. Capt. Parker found tho
bullet from the end hanging to the
iiihideof a boaid in the wall of a
workhhop about a yard from the
cottage. It had gone through two
inch-boards, Thoio was a bullet
hole ah clean tin if bored with an
auger through a board fence on the
L'nioii wheel hide, but it was not in
line with the diiectiou of the bullet
that pieced lltiough the bathroom
wall. If ii with the hame bullet that
made both holo-t, the one in the
fence wan loiunrkably clean for a ile
llectud plalul shot to make. The
splinter that hung on tho opposite
sido of tho fonco, bosidos, boro marks
of boing au old ono.
When tho dying man was carried
off to tho hospital, a policeman was
loft on guard at tho houso. Tho Bul
letin reporter with Mr. J. A. Mohr
tou, ox-Doputy Marshal, remained to
gain some particulars of tho life of
tho man who had como to such a
sad ending. Stowart Maeaulov was
born in Bolfast, Ireland, and his wifo
gavo his ago as 70 years, lie omi
gralod to t tho United Statos and
kept a music store in Baltimore for a
while Catching tho gold fover ho
and his wifo camo out to California,
whoro ho mot with poor success unci
tho couplo wont to Australia. Thoy
woro not prosperous there either
anil took passage in Jb(1 on a sail
ing vossol to return to America.
Being tirod of tho sea when tho vos
sol touched at Honolulu thoy stayed
ashore and havo since boon residents
of this country. For some timoiftor
thoy landed horo Mr. and Mrs.
Macauloy had a monopoly in tho
furnishing of music for dancingin
Honolulu. Mr. Macauloy onco did
a thriving business as a piano and
organ tunor. Of late years, how
ever, ho has not done so woll,
younger men having como into tho
hold aud takon tho cream of tho
business. Maeaulov was more or
ess addicted to drink, and just bo-
foro his tragic ending was imbibing
freely, although his wifo said ho
took no more than ordinary appo
tizoH of spirits before meals.
While Mrs. Macauloy was con
versing with tho visitors montionod,
Deputy Marshal A. M. Brown arriv
ed and made a close inspection of
tho promises. Ho also questioned
tho wifo minutely. Sho said in re
ply to a question as to whore tho
Chinaman was at tho timo of tho
shooting, that thoy had no China
mat could not atford ono, and she
did her own work. Mr. Savidgo had
said a Chinaman was sitting insido
of tho back door when ho came.
Capt. Parkor, who had returned, at
once led tho Deputy Marshal to tho
servant's quarters in rear, whoro a
young Chinaman was found as if ho
belonged thoro. Tho Chinaman said
that after tho shots woro fired Mrs.
Macauloy had called him into tho
houso and showed him hor husband
lying on tho bathroom iloor. Sho
had also told him to go for Dr.
Wood after tho arrival of tho neigh
bors and police. Boj-oud these state
ments ho throw no light on tho
seeming mystery. Mrs. Macauloy
told tho Deputy Marshal she had
hoard several shots but paid no at
tention to them until thoro was ono
tremondous blow, "as if tho pistol
was loaded up to tho muzzle."
Whon asked how sho could not re
member certain thitigs for so short
a time, sho said that if tho question
er was as old as sho was ho would
not bo apt to roiiiembor things any
CO RON Ell's INQUEST.
A coroner's inquest was hold in
Deputy-Marshal Brown's office at
noon to-day, tho following jurors
boing present: H. II. Williams, W.
W. Hall, C. A. Peacock, Chas. Hall,
C. H. Eldridge, E. Mclnorny and
James L. Torbert.
Dr. Cooper was first called and
testified as to tho condition ho
found Macauley in whon ho arrived.
Tho onlv limmr lin f mi nil in Mm
house was a pint of boor.
W. Savidgo sworn Stated that ho
heard first shot aud running out to
the rear voranda saw smoke issuing
from the bathroom window of tho
Macauloy residence. Another shot
was then fired, followed by two
others in quick succession. About
a minute after tho last shot witness
saw soineono come and look out tho
window in tho bathroom, and close
tho blinds, making them more
secure than before; could not iden
tify tho person. Ho had gone out
on tho street and lator reported tho
matter to Capt. Parkor, who accom
panied him back to the houso. When
Parkor asked Mrs. Macauley whoro
her husband was, sho replied ho
was out. On a second inquiry, how
over, sho replied, "If you go in you'll
see him on tho iloor!" Both men
went in and found Macauloy lying
with his head against door. Tho
wife appeared cool and indifferent.
Last Friday night thoro had been
noiso in tho Macauloy houso all
night, and both woro drunk. Two
or threo lodgers there had loft the
next day on this account. Macauloy
when seen prostrate on tho iloor
wore a whito linen shirt, pants and
vest, and no collar, Heard four
shots, the interval botwoou the first
and second boing eighteen hoconds.
Throo cartridges were exposed, aud
tho pistol only having livo cham
bers another cartridge must havo
been slipped in.
H. H. Williams saw Macauloy on
Saturday forenoon for tho last timo
at tho houso, Alakea street, and ho
didn't look woll at all. Ho looked
downhearted. Docoasod hadn't boou
working for a long timo, and ho told
witness that ho thought of advertis
ing to do work at nalf-prieo for a
certain length of time, lie never
noticed him drinking much latol-,
although he was in and out of his
Lock Chim Cliong, Ohinoso boy
employed by Macauley, stated that
Mr. Macauloy got up after 10 o'clock,
aud had breakfast at 11:15 o'clock in
tho dining room, His mistress had
hor breakfast in tho bedroom. At
11. -BO o'clock hoard the report of a
pistol. Before tho shooting heard
both talkiug loud in tho parlor
adjoining bedroom. There is a door
from the bedroom into the bath
room. Witness took plates from
bedroom and was in kitchen when
ho heard the first shot. Other shots
were Jiiod after. At the third oxplo
hiou he heaid a terrible noiho, as of
home one falling. The fourth shot
followed in (puck hucco.nhiou. Ten
niinules after Mrs. .Macauloy called
witnonb into the parlor. She was
sitting down. .Mrs. .Macauley said,
"go and bee where uoiho ih." Weill
to hut broom and saw .Macauley
lying on Iloor. Went in with .Mm.
Macauley a weond time, the latter
going in lir.it. She did not hay any
thing. Camo out together. Went
to a iioighbor'b in iar. Nobod
there. Unturned, and hhe told wit'
uoas to go and m'o Dr. Wood, Never
saw revolver before. Did not look
into tub, Never saw Mrs. Macauloy
with a weapon before.
Captain Parkor sworn Savidgo
reported to mo about noon thnt throo
shots were fired at Macauloy's;
found two bullet holes in the wall
m bathroom; Mrs. Macauloy told
witness that Macauloy was cleaning
pistol and was always firing; tho
man's head struck tho door six in
ches from tho tub; there was blood
in tub: Mrs. Mneanlnv wim vnrviool;
sho asked where wo were going
to tako hiiu and witness said, to tho
Queen's Hospital; had a job to get
sheets to wrap body in; she said it
might dirty sheets; Dr. Coopor pull
ed one oil" another bed.
Tho inquest adjourned to meet
after l o'clock this afternoon at the
Macauloy residence, where Mrs. Ma
cauloy's evidence will bo taken, she
being ill iu bed.
HAllRY LUCE DEAD.
Ho Expires at tho auoon's Hospital
Mr. Geo. llonry Luco, well-known
in this community, as woll as on tho
other islands, died at tho Queon's
Hospital at f o'clock this morning,
of congestion of tho brain. Mr.
Luco was takon to the hospital on
Wednesday last for special treat
ment. It was not tho first time that
ho had been down with tho disorder
that carried him off. Symptoms of
tho fatal attack developed at 3
o'clock this morning and increased
until death ensued two hours lator.
Tho deceased was born in Hono
lulu, his father having boon tho lato
Capt. Geo. H. Luco, for many years
tax assessor and collector. Ho was
8'J years of ago tho last day of May.
Ho leavos his venerable mother, a
brother, Mr. W. Seaborn Luce, and
two sisters, Mrs. T. It. Koyworth
and Mrs. M. D. Monsarrat, in Hono
lulu, and two married sisters abroad,
one tho wifo of Capt. Clapp, H. N
and tho other living in Paris. The
lato Mr. Luco has hold several posi
tions of public and private trust, hav
ing been at ono time Deputy Sheritr
at Hilo, Hawaii, fiatoly ho has been
employed as book-keeper at tho
Honolulu Planing Mills.
The funeral will tako placo at 4
o'clock this afternoon from St. An
Forfeit Up for a Race Betwoon Duke
Spencor and Lord Brock. '
Messrs. W. II. Kickard aud W. H.
Cornwell put up a forfeit this morn
ing to bind a race between the fam
ous Duko Spencor and Lord Brock,
owned by tho respective parties.
Tho race will be run on September
2nd, tho Queen's birthday. Duko
Spencer is at the Rickard Stables at
Kapiolani Park, and is in fino mot
tle, while Lord Brock is at Kahului,
getting ready for tho -1th of July
races to tako place thoro. Thoro is
considerable rivalry between tho two
men over the nviits of tho respec
tive animals and a race for blood
may bo oxpected.
Mr. Zi. U. Churchill
Mt Vei lion, Wash.
An Honest Medicine
Rheumatism Cured Health Unlit Up.
Mr. Chin elilll, formerly of Churchill & Tajlor,
urri)ori nml civil inKlnt.Ms. Ml. Vernon,
Wn-.lilnlon, writes: 'hontliein California
was in hoii!uforiiniiv)c:n,. When I camo
liuro 1 began to Iju ullllcteil all otcritltk
Ami alto palm In my liaek and a pennal feeling
of Ueliij used up. My business tul.es mo out In
the elements all the thne, i'.ml 1 found my
self unfit for work. Heading an advertise
ment of Hood's S'lrsapirllla, iiii.I Hiriilnj:
also that the inedlohirtut.i compounded in
my ohii KLito nf Mas-,:ehiisi'lts, 1 concluded
tills may li nn honni medicine. I took
It and am so much Improved that I am out
s ke Cores
in all weathers and travel nil day wl
fatlltuo aud tired fenllnir. To any one
feels bad all over I nay Like Hood's H.ti
rllla. It lias cured me." It.M.C'jiimciiii.1..
Hood's Pills euro I.lvcr Ills, Jaundice,
BUlousuess, bluk Headache and Constipation.
HOHKOX, NIIWMAV ,v CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian IhIiiiuIh.
For Yokohama Direct !
Tim Nippon Yiicuii Kaisha'ti Al Kieniiicr
Will lunvo fur tin) aliovo porta un
Tuesday, June 27, 1893
AT I O'CLOCK I M.
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WH. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
II'' I can hi: ok any hkuvickto
a. yiiii 111 i in vwi) ot blmrpimiiih' brlncm-H. I
( urvliij! Uiiivv, l.-nvn Movvorn, Klllnu '
haw, lli'iuiiriiiij hprlnkh-rii iiinl Water
Tups ami Liiiih I'lpu, HiililnrliiK Tinware,
hutliiii; llliibs. ItKiuiiriiii; Kiinilliiiu ur
.MellillllK Harden ui eie., me., plensu
riiit; up Mutual IVIepliiiiin Nu. ,Vi imiiiru
II v. M. ur iictvvieii li Hint l;.ii)i. m. I
" n. r. iinuoitaH.
The Jhuly Hulltlln h drlivtml by
currUr$ for ii() cut$ per mouth.
INT. S. SACHS
Bao Fort Street, Honolulu.
iummer Dress Materials
Newest Materials ! Latest Designs !
Cotton Pongee ! Cotton Chaille !
I.l(jlit nml Dark Ground Kllei-ti Pretty Tatterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In rink, Cream, Light Illuo, Cardinal and Black ;
KINK KHUJllKI) MUSMNS IN NKW DKSIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch UIiikIuiiiim, Ilrociiilcit A. l'laln Chainlirlcs,
Kider-ilovv 11 In Pink, Cream and llaliv llltic,
Polka Hot .Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
.V COMl'I.KTK AfcSOKTMKNT OF
In. maids, Oheoks and. Stripes.
Como and m-o the White Goods wo are soiling at 7, 0 and 5 yards for $1. -
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
' LATEST STYLK
Laces and Embroideries !
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern:
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in. sell "VsTidtlis,
ALL KINDS OP BELTS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
The Popular German Dry Goods Store,
75 OR.T STREET 75
NEW GOODS !
H3. IE EHLERS & GO.
S FORT STR.H3E3T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GKEA.T VAK1KTY
INDIA DIMITY IN WH ITB ami COLOKKI)-.I,I(,t milu.hlc for tl.i.s olimato.
KMJ11I.I) S ISn-A verj pretty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
KOO CHOO PONOKK -GIIBAT NOVBIriKS
Silltaline and Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
CS" Dressmakino Under the Management of MISS K. CLARK. ,&3
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
imr- Klre ri-d:s mi nil kind of Inmiraiii-c Property takun at Current Itlxks by
Hawaiian Opera House
I.. J. I.ovuy . . . I.USKVU A Manager.
SATURDAYrJULY 1, 1893.
Door Opens at 7:30; Performance at 8.
ttfTn' Fourth Appearance of the
Jlwvvii PiiMii DuvMviii Comi-wv. in their
(Iriuul JlitoriL'ut Performance.
SERIES OF INTERESTING INCIDENTS
' Will he Produced a Melo-drainii.
l,Tlie Days of Kamelianicha I."
"KAHII'AU, THE ROYAL HAUHCHBACK."
Soldleral Kaulll Bearers! Attendants I Ltc.
Now Sonus! Now CostumoB!
IW llox plan will he open at Uivu'
on Monday, Junu ttlili, at ti uVluul a. m.
a Large Line
NEW GOODS !
J. S. WALKER,
AetiiiK Agent for tho Hawaiian Wanda.
FOR JSALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Itecommended npeoia!lv by Coinnilii
Mcimtr of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight
- I'OU SA1,K 11V
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
THE K. K. BATHS
AT REIKI'S, WAIKIKI-KAI,
Are mm open to the Publicum! will bo
I'lirrlril on m a
First-class Bathing Resort
Five Minutes from the Cars.
p Inteiidlnu vixitorn hIioiiM icinv tho
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