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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTEU JUNE 1, 1893.
To Ewa Mill.
Leave Honolulu.;.. .8:45
Leave Pearl City 9:30
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
Lcavo Pearl City 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28, 1893.
Wednesday, Juno 28.
S S Belgic, Walker, 11 daya from Yokoha
ma and Hongkong
S S Mariposa, Hayward, from the Colonies
Btinr Claudine from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Polo from Makawcli
tmr Waimanalo from Maui and Molokai
Wednesday, June 23.
lr Ka Moi for Hamakua
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Clau
dine, June 23 From the Volcano: Count
Constantino and wife, Lord Vallotoet, Hon
W Lascclles, David Rice, Robert R Rod
. - gers, V E C Harrison and E Verner-From
wayports: John Harding, Miss Hattie
Kipi, Mrs C E Kcmpster and 3 childron,
Alex Moir, Koki, Mrs Pfordner, M Kenne
dy, T Kover. F Northrup, C Andrews, J H
Bruns, 1 Dowllng and wife, and 03 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, June 27
Mr and Mrs W H Rice and family, G R
Euartund daughter, Miss Juliette Smith,
Misses Hartweil 2, Dr Mitamura, Achoy,
20 on deck and 100 Japanese immigrants.
For Maui, per stmr Likelike, June 27
t Miss K Flemming, Miss Vida, Alex Cock-
burn, D Kawananakos, J W Kalua, W H
cOoinwell, Miss Cornwell, Miss Widdiiiold,
RMisses Eva and Helen Parker, Miss Wido-
tmann, E Norrie, John Kalnna, 20 un deck
and 300 Japanese immigrants.
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Claudine 10 head cattle, 1 horse, 1
mule, 55 hogs, 5721 bags sugar, 32 bells
freen hides, 224 cases pineapples, 200
ags potatoes, 14 bbls wi and 200 pkgs
Arrivals. Juno 1, steamer Lehua from
Honolulu; 0, steamer Kinau from Hilo;
10, steamer Kinau from Honolulu 10,
steamers Lehua from Honolulu and Kinau
from Hilo, Hawaiian bark Leahi, R. Nel
son, master, 13 days from San Francisco to
Hawaiian Railroad Co.; consignees, S. Q.
Wilder & Co. and Kohala Sugar C: cargo,
grain Hoar, shingles, coal, etc.; 21, steam
er Claudine from Honolulu; 24, steamer
Lehua from Kahooluwe; 27, steamer Clau
dine from Hilo.
Departures. June 4, steamer Lehua for
Hamakua; 0, steamer Kinau for Honolu
lu; 10, steamer Kinau for Hilo; 1U, steam
ers Lehua for Honokaa and Kinau for Ho
nolulu; 21, steamer Claudino for Hilo: 24,
steamor Lehua for Hilo; 27, steamer Clau
dine for Honolulu.
The Hawaiian bark Leahi is loading
sugar at Mahnkona for San Francisco, and
will sail on tho 30th inst.
Refusal of Bail for Conspiracy Con
firmedThat Disputed Marriage.
At the session of tho Supromo
Court at term to-day tho following
case was argued and submitted:
L. Kalaukoa vs. E. Keawe. Con
troversy of right of way in Nuuanu
Valley. Appeal from Mrs. E. M.
Nakuina, commissioner. Kinney for
plaintiff-appellant; Kaulia and Ka
neakua for defendant.
The Court by Mr. Justice Froar
rendered its decision this morning
on tho potition of John F. Bowler
for a writ of habeas corpus on bo
half of Thos. B. Walkor, held with
out bail for conspiracy to overthrow
the Provisional Government. All of
tho contentions of Mr. Croighton,
counsel for the potitionor, are over
ruled, and tho prisoner is remanded
to the custody of the Marshal.
Judgo Cooper has sustained tho
demurrer of defendant in E. A.
Jones, assignee in bankruptcy of
Geo. K. Norton vs. Elizabeth K.
Norton. Ho finds that thoro was no
allegation in tho bill that Geo. K.
Norton was insolvent at the time,
shortly before his marriage, he con
voyed a valuable house and lot to
Iub intended wifo. W. K. Castlo for
plaintiff; J. A. Magoon for dofond
ant. Judge Coopor at Circuit chambers
is this afternoon hearing a phaso of
the now famous juvenile marriage
case. The case is entitled: Walauika
(w.) by G. P. Auoko (k.), parent of
-1 ilri ;l- ; t x ili:
saiu waiauiua, an iuiuui, puuuuuur,
vs. Kipu (k.)j respondent. Tho pros
out hearing is on an order for Kipu,
who marriod tho "infaut" Walanika,
to show causo why he should not bo
restrained from interfering in any
way with her, ponding a suit coining
on at the August torm to annul tho
mnrriago. V. V. Ashford for poti
tionor; J. L. Kaulukou for respon
dent. Are you insured? If not, now is
tho time to provide yourself and
family with a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrlui'a
Remedy as an insurance ngainbt any
serious results from an attack of
bowel complaint during tho Hiimmor
mouths. It is almost curtain to bo
ueeded and should bo procured at
once. No other remedy can take its
place or do its work. 25 and W)
cunt bottles for salo by all dealers.
Boiuon, Smith k Co., agents for the
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
S. S. Mariposa will lo.ivo for San
Francisco at noon to-morrow.
"Out and comb again" is tho motto
of tho Queon-stroot Shaving Parlors.
A mooting of tho Waianao Co.
stockholders is called for Monday,
Thoro aro four Samoans on tho S.
S. Mariposa on thoir way to San
Diamond Head, 3 p.m. Weather,
clear; wind, fresh northeast; Mari
posa off the harbor.
Cha9. Wilcox rocoivod 221 cases
pinoapplos from his plantation on
Maui by tho Claudino.
Mrs. N. J3. Wall and E. B. Eod
mayno aro tho only passongors on
tho Mariposa for Honolulu.
Dr. It. I. Moore, dentist, has ro
movod his oilico to Arlington House,
Hotel stroot Parlor No. 2.
Tho P. G. baud will givo a moon
light concert at tho Hotel this ovon
ing, commencing at 8:15 o'clock.
St. Audrow's Church Association
will hold its annual meeting and
election of officers to-morrow even
ing. By tho Claudino for Maui and Ha
waii on Friday tho Board of Immi
gration will forward 400 Japanese
Mr. David Center of Hana, who
has boon severely ill at tho Hawaiiau
Hotel for sorao weeks, is now able to
bo up and about.
To morrow afternoon tho first of
the weekly series of P. G. scbions
will be held, in place of the semi
weekly Bcacions heretofore.
The S. S. Mariposa from the Colo
nies is here bright untl euily this trip.
Her pupsengera will eniov the band
concert at tho Hotel this evening.
A largo number of passongors
wont by tho steamor Likelike yester
day evening, their eventual destina
tion being tho raco track at Kalui
lui. Police Magistrate Foster and
wife leave on tho S. S. Belgic this
afternoon for tho States, whore they
will have a look at the World's
Fine bowling and batting by Dr.
Walters of Lihuo added much zest
to cricket practico yesterday. Tho
project of a match between married
and single teams on the Fourth
Lieutenant Lucion Young of tho
U. S. S. Boston will deliver the
Fourth of July oration at Little
Britain. Cant. Nelson of tho U. S.
S. Adams will read the Declaration
Mrs. Ilan.ikoola Leleo Kinimuk.t
died at 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon
at the f.imily residence, King street.
Mrs. Leleo was about 40 years of age
and was well known, being u member
,f cuim-..i 'iniiiiioiiul uij' ..i..:...i.i
societies. She leaves three diiugntern
and two sons.
There will bo something worth
shooting for in tho citizens' match
at the H. R. A. mooting on July 4.
At tho head is Col. Sprockols' cash
rize of S50, and tho second prize is
Besides cash many articles of '
value are offered in prizes. The list
will bo found in this paper.
Goo. Ryan, ox-P. G. guard, charg
ed with larceny in tho second de
gree, for theft of the crown jewels
valued at $2500, waived examination
this morning and was committed l3'
Magistrato Cartor for trial before
the Circuit Court of tho First Cir
cuit. Ryan had no counsel.
"La grippe" seems to spread in a
most mysterious manner. It cortain
ly enters the human system through
tho mouth and nose, and tho best
means of kooping tho enemy at bay
is to use a Cushman's Menthol In
halor. Don't wait until you are laid
low; remember prevention is bettor
Rooms to lot with board at Ilani
Root Boor on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Aftor sh.tviug use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith Si Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Surgical
cases. Mutual Telephone 682.
Dr. Goo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his oilico from King stroot
to Berotnnia street, near Emma.
W. H. Benson, piano and organ
tuner, has returned from Kauai and
may be found at tho Arlington
Hotel as usual.
Mrs. Nicoll will oumi a first-class
restaurant at 10 o'clock to-morrow,
in tliostoro lately occiiinotl by Mrs.
au mo ihuuj win no Binun
and span, and eleuant screens and
hangings will give tho placo an nir i
of refinement. Tables for gentle-
men will be spread on the first floor,
and for ladies and their escorts on '
the second floor. Tho great attrac
tion of tho restaurant will be home
cookery wholly by fair white hands, i
and ladies neatly attired will wait
on the tables. There is little fear
that the rooms will be lilled to their
Tho P. G. band, under tho direc
tion of Prof. Horgor, will gjve a jiub
lio concert at the Hawaiian llotol
this ovoning at 8:15 o'clock. The
following program will bo rendered:
March Count Bauer Krai
Overturn Caliph of Bagdad Boieldleu
Selection II Truvatoni, by I equina Verdi
Ruiiilultti'cm'Cfi ol (loutiod (loilfrey
Euphonium Solo Hooked in tho Deep.
hv rcqiiiiat . ... I'rtilidervillo
Wu"lu Yleiiuu btorlei .. .. lruu
THREE MEN ON TRIAL
of the Preliminary
Evidence to Show that Walker, Sinclair
and Crick Conspired to Over
throw the Government.
The District Courtroom
crowded tins morning with people
anxious to near tho conspiracy caso
of T. B. Walkor, Archio Sinclair and
E. C. Crick. Shortly aftor tho Court
business oponed at 9:80 o'clock,
Magistrato Carter aftor a short con
ference with both counsel, announced
that tho caso would como up at 10:30
o'clock. By that time tho crowd
had increased, and extra chairs and
a bench had to bo put in to accom
modato tho people. J. A. King,
Minister of tho Interior, appearing
in the Courtroom was asked by
Judgo Cartor. -"Would Captain King
like to sit up hero?" "No, not" re
plied Mr. King. Tho prisoners woro
brought into Court at 10:40 o'clock,
neatly attired, and presenting tho
appearanco of anything but con
spirators. Judgo Cartor wished to state bo
foro tho proceedings commenced
that Judgo Foster and himself had
made arrangements with each other
so that ho (Cartor) would preside on
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.
To decide whothor ho would be ac
ceptable to defendants they had ad
dressod a letter to Croighton, coun
sel for tho defonso, and had received
a roply aceoptiug the substitute.
Attornoy-Gonoral Smith statod
that A. S. Hartweil assisted tho pro
secution. Chas. Croighton, preferred to have
charge road again. It was usual in
important cases, and professional
courtesy, for tho prosecution to servo
the dofeudant with a copy of tho
Judgo Not unless asked for.
Croighton I did ask for it.
Tho Attornoy-Geuoral then road
tho charge as previous reported.
Croighton objected to the charge
as read, as it contained seventeen
difToront offonsos. Thoro was a
charge of levying war, and a proposi-
w.. ..w .v., CJ.V, UUWIU UllUUIllg,
uuu u conspiracy iu uo somotuiug
else, and so on. It was impossible
to moot tho charges at ono time.
Counsel must have ono square issue
to plead to tho charges, as they
stood unspecified. Counsel wanted
to know whothor his clients woro
charged with tho whole of Section
5 and seventeen other charges or ,
A. S. Hartweil said tho coustitu- i
ts of tho offense aro named in tho
section. A person can bo guilty of
dointr auv of those acts for which
these men aro charged. Defendants
woro not required to pload. Tho
District Judgo was only sitting as a
committing magistrate to oxamino
ovideuco. In Section of said Act
thoro aro throo acts.
Croighton pointed out throo dis
tinct crimes in the section as read
by counsel. t
Hartweil Bog pardon, I said acts.
Croighton Well, j-os, acts aro
crimes under this section. Counsel
road tho P. G. conspiracy act and
elucidated live distinct charges. Ho
was p-oparod to meet any clean-cut
issue fairly, squarely, and right to
tho point, but ho would possibly
moot tho wholo section with its
Hartwoll submitted that tho
charge was not in tht alternative.
Tho different charges constituted
ono offonso. If it was difficult to
meet tho charge, that was counsel's
Croighton thought thoro was no
difficulty to meet the chnrgo. Ho
road tho warrant. Tho indictment
did not hold water and would bo
thrown out of court. Ho compared
the document to tho Ho Fon con
spiracy iudictmont. It was in tho
alternative and specified no charge,
and was thrown out of Court.
Hartwoll made an explanation of
tho Ho Fon conspiracy caso.
Croighton was glad to know that
counsel for tho prosecution had
drawn tho Ho Fou iudictmont and
remarked its not holding water. Tho
prosecution probably wanted to go
ou a fishing excursion. Ho was pro
pared to prove tho men not guilty.
J. A. Magoon quoted a chaptor in
tho Civil Codo iu support of tho ci
tation that erimo must be specified.
A man is hold for malicious injury
i : i,i i i,ni inn n kiuiinil not
chapter 28 Tonal Codo a contention
, jH n,n(lo tun( ovory act Imi8t bo sot
i ., m ifical v. The hnino rule ap-
The hfuno rule
tilled here exactly. They must do
one thing to come under this law.
Hartwoll quoted Chapter 9 of tho
Penal Codo when iu a charge of mali
cious injury there woro fivo offonsos.
Under the charge in this caso there
is one penalty.
Croighton objected to tho scopo
alho of tho chnrgo, the warrant
reading within tho threo iiioiiUsh
last past, it gavo them all tho
leeway thoy wanted. Ho read sec
tion 1 chaptor 2rf defining this point.
I lu any other country tho prosecu
I tion had to specify day, date and
Smith, heatedly Tho Supreme
Court decided that, and you know
I (ir.Mlil'in admitted that tlicie wn
fiiino l.ililudt" iu tliih country. A mull
limy ho elniigi'il with a crime within
twi-iily-liVit yeitU p.iit. NeverthuluHis
liu pn"H'(l In iiiiul all evidence and
tn brand it iih lien.
.Indue (Jurter felt hi much imrer-
I tainty lib to hid ability to preside ut
the hearing that ho felt it his duty to
prepare himsolf. Last night ho had
looked up certain authorities on the
point in question. ' The objections
are that indictment docs not specify
time or ohurgo. Ho considered charge
us mado was'' sulfiniont. Tho gist of
tho conspiracy was held in the con
spiracy and not in acts. He hud
heard nothing from counsel about
Ho Fon conspiracy. Understood it
as conspiracy to commit treason with
out specifying act.
Croighton Samo thing hero. Tho
Supremo Court gavo a decision en
tirely against tho authority on which
Judge Carter based Ihr decision.
Attorney-General called the follow
ing witness, and the case began :
Orrick sworn: Rosido U. S. S. Bos
ton, acquainted with defondauts,
mot them during last three months,
at Merchant's Exchange and on
board U. S. S. Boston; am apotho
carv; throo gentlemen camo thoro 11
and 12 o'clock Sunday in May; not
cortain whothor it was May; mot
three of thorn aftor that; had con
versation with each ono of them at
ftinnat Wnllfni tvirwln iAmtnut f nm
whothor I know tho formula for fill- I
mnuii (.wl Jiitw tvvjiivQb ui iinjj
inmate of morcury or fulminato of
silver; told him know littlo about it;
asked mo if I'd bo willing to make
tho mixture for him; said mnybo I
would, by and by; mado no further
requost; spoko about this, only onco
in Merchant's Exchange; can't state
what time, about two months ago;
had conversation with Crick several
Croighton objected to loading
Witnoss Crick statod what ho had
for dinner; in May about 10:30 at !
night, camo out of tho Morchauts'
under influence of liquor, six or seven
present; mentioned we woro Amer
icans, ho was Englishman, said ho
had bombs to blow tho Provisional
Government to hell, dynamite
bombs; ho was under tho influoneo
of liquor; three potty officers from
tho Boston wore thoro; told him not
to talk so loud; engineer's yeoman,
Powell, shipwritor Andrew Brown,
and myself ; never hoard any other
romnrk bearing upon that subject
from Walkor or Crick.
Cross-examined All talk was over
social drink; tho montioned night
Crick was protty full; did not givo
Walkor fulminato of silver or mor
cury; woro not prosont when they
woro conspiring about bombs, and
did not bee any; never asked O'Hal
lihan, a carpenter, to como and testi
fy ho was present when Crick made
speech; told a friend of mine about
tho talk first, moro as a joke; tho
Marshal called on me on board;
commanding officer B. F. Day called
mo into cabin and introduced to
Marshal; been very friendly with de
fendants; was in good society night
Crick mado speech, only had two
To Attornoy-Genoral Smith Was
not disposed to go to thoir resi
dences; declined to givo the formula
for man- reasons, ouo reason was
not quite sure of it myself.
An anxious witness was put out by
D. R. Powell sworn: Reside on
quaintod with Crick and Walker;
met them separately at same plnco,
corner .Nuuanu anu King streets;
met Crick May 27, at ShtK) p.m.;
hoard Crick, in company with two or
throe others, saj- he had high explo
sives iu his possession; ho proposed
iu two weeks to blow tho Provision
al Government to holl; told Crick
ho ought to keep such a thing as
that to himself; Crick and Brown
wore present; Crick was himself that
evening; had seen him visiting on
board Boston on one occasion; don't
know whothor other defendants
were on ship.
Cross-examined. Crick was under
tho influence of liquor; had uo
drinks with Crick; talk loud so that
people passing could hear; this was
about l):3U o clock: went in
. ..-..-. - . r
chant's Exchange aloiio and camo
out again; Crick and Orrick woro iu
saloon; am not sure that Orrick had
been drinking; don't roniombor see
ing Crick in Anchor Saloon; was in
troduced to Crick on Boston; met
Walkor ashore and had a drink with
him once; Crick said that lie was a
ehomist and had a high oxplosivo,
an invention of his own; time was
between 9:.'Ju and 10; am not awaro
that Sinclair and Walker were pres
ent at the time.
Adjourned at 12:15 till HiO
This afternoon, Thomas Wright,
blacksmith, and Simon von Topas,
a P. G. guard, gave evidence on bo
half of tho P. G.
Catholic Cathedral of Honolulu.
To-morrow, Juno 2!lth, is St. Potor
aud St. Paul's day, a holy day of ob
ligation. 0 and 7 a.m.. low masses;
10 a.m., high pontifical mass; .'i p.m.,
confirmation, rosary aud benedic
tion. STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
AN ADJOURNED MEETING OP THE
Stockholders of the Waia.nak Com
i'Uv will be held on MONDAY, July :s,
lU'M, at 11 o'clock a. m., at the oilico of the
underHiimed on Merchant trcct. Special
Bitbiiienr.. 0. O. BEROER,
Horxe, Li?ht Top
BiiKBy, JIarntdH, SikI
.11.. if.. i... u it. ..i...u .....
Will liu Hold toiretlier or -l
Blnulv. Muy behci-n WEDNESDAY KORK
NOON, niqiDsItu C. IliiHtace'H grocery, at
Pacillo Coust Home Hnjiply Company, No.
Ill KIiik xtreot. "Ul-lt
Elegant -:- Restaurant
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
Mm. Uiuk's Kullillin;, Port, between King
and Merchant streets.
Opening on Thursday, June 29tli,
.A.T lO .A.. 3.
tm Upstairs Room Reserved for Ladies
anil their Escorts.
Home Cookery, Only White Help Employed,
FRAN0EB H. WI00LL, ; ; Proprietor.
MIbo tTcnnle Flagtir
Ohio City, Ohio.
Scrofula and All Blood Dlsoasos.
"I tnko great pleasure in giving- publio tes
timony to tho value of Hood's Sarsaparllla for
I have Miffcrcd with this tllstrcsMtiB trouble
for nearly ton jcars, and In that tlmo havo tried
almost every meillclno recommended to mo
ltll0Ut "? relief whatever until, alter much
I mglnc, I Rao Hood' Saraanarilla n trial. It
has bcenot great benent, and will cftcct a per
manent euro. I sny ti all licjnls who sufTer
from ScrofttH, try Hood's H.m.inrtrllla; it will
" r' Kyoil." miss jnvNin Flaoeii, Ohio
City, Van Wert County, Olilo.
"My daughter, eleven 5 cars old, has boon
troubled with scrofulous catnrih ccr slnco.ihe
was Unco years old. Threo pliyslcUns c-ivolier
no permanent relief. In tho summer It com
menced eating Into her nose. Wo bought
and gavo It to her and it has cured her, for
which wo aro very thankful. Wo got ono box
of riopd's Tills and liko them ery much."
Mns. David c. Shimel, Cliandlersvllle. Ohio.
HOOD'O PlLLB cure ConitlpAtlon bjr teitorlna
tho perlitalttc action of the alimentary canal.
HOlHlON, SKWMAX .fc CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Island').
Ul 1 1J
TO UK COMHK'TEII IIY TIIK
Will. rKK H.VCK t THH
lielow Mrs Ward's place, the '
W Entrance from South street, near
Old Kerusune Warehou-e.
On Tuesday, July 4, '93
COMMENCING AT 8 O'CLOCK A. M.
I'UMUTlo.Ns ol MT II.
Opon to all comers, except meinhori of
the Association who have made a record
of over hO percent at any general meeting
of tho 11. 1(. A.; anv rillc; live rounds; dis-tolescoflc7L)liSU'riiluvr,-"j:..set
Ihitrance feo Jl. "" --rii...uc.i.
WItinortt to tli. tlii.it- ..l.:
to rank of the follow"." V; '"-eonhiig
All entries to lu nudu at tho l:inrgr un
dav of the match.
'I'Iih eiish urizus mb"crihu hv Col. Cluns
I SprrckeKSiKJ.iHj; Hawaiian C.irriagc.Maiiu-
incturiiig 10., .fuw; iioiunger s miuuig
Shop, i't.W; l,nion Keul Co , fj.ou; Wilder
it Co.,f.UU; M. Phillips A. Co., f0U; Inter
Island S. N. Co., 10.W Alex. Young, 5.00;
A. 11. C, fi.OU: 12. b. (Jiiiiha, -'..-; K. A.
Sehaefer A Co., fi.UO; Iiiinu by their per
mission been lieil in the order given be
low. Other 1'iies are gion opposite the
names of the donor:
Cash . ...
Henry Davis Si Co
Haw. Hardware (Jo
(Jonsalves it Co
T. H. Da vies A. Co..
M. S. (Iriubaum A Co
-M. V. McChosncy A .Sous
. . . i'.00
liox of Tea
100 lb. Best .Soan
J. F. Colhnrn .V Co . llaK N. Z. Oat-
California Feed Co Bale of Hu
W. S. Luce .... . Goods $7.U0
H. Both Goods for Pair of Pants
Fuel lie Hardware Co . . Picture
J. .S. .Maitiii . Pair of Trousers
Lower A. Cooke. .Roll of Matting (trJ.UO)
V. F. Reynolds . . .rillver Braeolut
K. O. Hafl A Son . Silver Wuru (l.r..00)
H. F. icmimii
M.Melnornv . . .. Straw Hat
J. T. iV II. tf'atorhouse Glassware ($10.00)
Manufacturers' Shou Co
. . Pair of Shoe (.r..OO)
Hawaiian News Co
Peacock it Co
.1. Kmmehltb .V Co
Haekfuld A Co.
Castlo it Cooke
Weiincr it Co
. Keg of Wine
Set of Carvers (110.00)
. . Box of Tea
Henry Maj A Co
Egan A (luiin
Benson Smith A Co
... Dozen Perfume
King 111 others ...
Hawaiian Star Co
. . .1 Year'H Subscription Star
Hawaiian Oazetto Co
.1 Year's Sulncriptlnn Advertiser
Bulletin PtibllshiiiK Co. .100 Vi-ltiiiK Cards
THE POPULAR BEER I
PER "AUSTRALIA" JVNElUh,
PER "AUSTRALIA1 JULY Rith,
THIS IS POPULARITY !
Always oxi Tap
L. II. DEE,
I I AY!
0111 1 1
N. S. SACHS
BSO Iort Street, Honolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest materials I Latest Designs I
Cotton Pongee! Cotton Chaillel
Light ami Dark Ground Hircets I'rotty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CEAPE
In Pink, Cream, Mght Blue, Cardinal and lllack;
FINE FIGURED MUSLINS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Itroeadort A Plain Chatiibrics,
Eider-down In Pink, Cream and llaby Blue,
Polka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
In. Flaids, Claoolts and Stripea.
TOU Come and sec- tho White Goods wo aro soiling nt 7, Gaud 3 yards for $1.
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc.,
Laces and Embroideries !
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in. a,ll "WiaWas,
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
The Popular fiernian Dry Goods Store,
I V .-i-r
NEW GOODS !
IB. IE IBiHIILiISIRS & CO.
SS PORT STR.EJEJT.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GREAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN W1HTI2 and COLORED-Just sultiflde for this elimate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
FOO CHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
Sllko-lin and "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
ZW Dressmaking Under (ho Management oi MISS K. CLARK. JS3
Royal Insurance Company
" The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
Fire ri-ks on all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Risks by
J. S. -W-A.IiK:BPt;
Acting Agent for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
For San Francisco
JEdL X X-i CD
Will Hall for above iort on or alioul
Friday Next, the 30th. inst.,
AT I O'CLOCK P M.
l"or Pnsfaee. haviliu' bi'i'iMclon
(ommoiivtion, aiily to
THEO. II. DAVIES A CO.
ALA ltd E AIRY
Room is to let. Inquire at tho
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A T WAIKIKI. ON THE
il lieuuli, a l'liruml
('ottiige ulth Cookhou
aecouiiiioilatloli. I or na
iii'tiinra iixiniru hum. i.i in umcu
POSITION OP ANY KIND
J, . Yihiiik Man Just from liu
1 l "'""S
iiooii iiiioi,. Keeper aim
not afra 111 of
Very boat ol references.
"J. A. U"
WAY, liUI.LI.TiK Ollluu.
a Large Line
in the World."
' FOR sale !
Recommended nieelally by Commis
sioner of Agriculture
Per Trees Affected by Blight.
I'OR BALK IIY
DAVIES & CO.
THE K. K. BATHS
AT KEIKI'S, WAIEIKI-KAI,
open to the Publio and wlH be
carried on un a
First-class Bathing Resort
Five Miuutes from the Gars,
llitelldllll! vieltoni sboulJ learn the
I'urxiim huiiuii ainr nassiiig tiio Wulklkl
Poultry Yardh, 7nO-3m
j Submit or thr
I ctnt$ yrr month
IMly Bulletin, 60