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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1,
To Ewa Mm..
Leavo Pearl Oltv.
Arrlvu Ewa Mill..
Leave EwikMIII .
Loavo I'onrl City.
A. Saturdays only.
O. Sundays excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN
THURSDAY', JUNE 20, 1803.
Thursday, Juno 20.
St inr Waialealo from Knuai
Wednesday, June 2S.
Maru, Thompson, for Yoko-
S S Bclgio, Walker, for San Fi-aneico
Tiiuiuday, Juno 29.
S S Mariposa, Hay ward, for San l'ranoisco
Stnir G 11 Bishop for Waialua, Waianac
. and Mokuicia
Vossola Leaving To-morrow.
Bktne Hilo, Le Ballistor, for San Francisco
Am bktno Mary Winkclniau, Nissen, for
Stnir Olaudiuo for Maui and Hawaii at
2 p in
Stnir Waialeale for Knlalau
Fioin the Colonies, per 8 S Mariposa,
June 28 Mrs N U Wall, E B Redniaync,
Mr Hogg, and 13(1 passengers in transit, in
cluding oU in fculoou.
For Yokohama, per S S Miike Mara,
June 2S M Naeayanm. K. Komai, Win Ka
pela, 3 others, and 457 Japanese steerage
For ban Franeiseo, per S S Mariposa,
June 29 W W Warner, M S Grinbaum
and wife, H E O Harrison, Dr Thos Slater,
Kudolpli Sireckels, and 0 Meerage.
For San Francisco, per 8 S Belsiu, June
23 W A Eassic, S G Kingt Mr and Mrs
UeoRCaitei, E Garser, F t MeOhesnoy,
25 steerage and 41 saloon pas-cngcra in
OCAL AXD GENERAL NEWS.
L. T. Chamberlain escaped from
tho Insane Asylum this morning,
and made a report at tho Station
that someone had stolon his watch
from under his pillow at tho institu
tion. Ho was returned.
Edw. Dunscombo and his younger
bruthor, sons of JUr. Uuuseomtji;,
who was keeper of tho old SnilorW
Homo, rot. i rued from tho Colonies
ou tho S. S. 'Mariposa yesterday.
Mossrs. Dunscombo will remain hero
should there bo any opening. 13.
Duuscombo is an old printer, and
his brother is a plumber, having
faorved his timo in Sydney, Australia.
Rooms to lot with board at llani
Hoot Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith oj Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents. I
Sunburn rolieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic Bousou, Smith A; Co., I
Dr. K. T. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his ollico to Arlington Houso,
Hotel stteet Parlor No. 2.
Dr. McLennan) 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Surgical
cases. Mutual Telephone 0S2.
Dr. Geo. HVlIudciy, D. D. S., has
removed his office from King streot
to Betotauia street, near Emma.
W. IT. Benson, piano and orgau
tuuor, has returned from Kauai and
may ue luuuu ;iu uiu .niiniytun
Hotel as usual.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
Is famous as a
Cure for severe colds.
-Famous as a
Preventive of pneumonia.
Famous as a
Prevontivo and cure for croup.
Famous for tho roliof it allords
Famous as a safe and pleasant
Medicine for children.
Try it. GO cent bottles for sale by
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho
Tho P. G. band, under the direc
tion of Prof. Borgor, will give a pub
lic concert at tho Makoo Island
this evening at 7:80 o'clock. Tho
following program will bo rendered:
March Tho OladiatoM Souza
Overture Stiong City J.ubrun
Finale Jloso of Thorns Carl
Selection Pirated of I'uiizuncu.. .Sullivan
Medley Yankee '1 ieklo Bo) ur
Waltz Tho byreiis Waldteufol
1'olka A (iuod KIsh Cooto
Fantasia North and South Tobuni
Are you insured? If not, now is
the timo to piovido yourself and
family with a bottle of Chamber
laiu'h Colic, Cholera and Diarrliu-a
Remedy as an insurance against any
wii'iotis results from an attack of
bowel complaint during lli" rummer
mouths. It is almost certain to b"
needed ami should be pioctired at
once. No other remedy can take its
placu or do its work, 'lu and .rA)
emit hottlun for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents for tho
Four Postal Savings Bank
aio iiuvuriisuu as iosl
Somothing now iu tho ougino lino
is for snlo by It. Catton.
Light, airy, furnished rooms to i
lot, in Kukm street. Apply Bulletin
Annual nicotine of St. Andrew's
Church Association at 7:80 this
j Councillor Suhr was just in timo
1 this nftoruouu to catch tho oxcoti-
- Tho S. S. MarTnosa took 708 lot tors
and 218 papers from tho Post Ollico i
to-day for tho Coast. j
A Chinese opium fiend was sent
enced to pay a lino of o0 this niorii
injr by Judwo Carter.
I Jas. IT. Morgan will soil at auc
i tion cedar shingles at his salesroom,
at 12 noon to-morrow.
A Hold pioco with a squad of men
guards tho veranda off tho Council
Chamber in tho Palace.
I V. Carroiro, barber, lias removed
(from King stieot to Hotel street
opposite tho shooting gallery.
J. 1. Avolltir has boon elected secro
of tho Portuguese Mutual Benefit
Society, in place of J. At. Vivas.
Tho barkentino llilo is timed to
sail at 2 o'clock to-morrow in place
of l o'clock as advertised before.
To-morrow (Friday) at 10 o'clock,
Jas.. F. Morgan will auction off a
lino lot o lurnituro including a
Tho C. & A. S. S. Yarrimoo, duo
Saturdiij', will havo a consign moot
of 20 Australian horses, to tost tho
Mrs. Nichols' now restaurant open
ed to-day, and was liberally patron
ized. Everything was as neat as fair
hands could make them.
A cartridge was exploded on tho
rail by a tratnear near Dr. MoKib
bin's ou Berotania street at 9:30
o'clock yesterday evening.
V. Carroiro is a firot class wiolder
of tho razor. Ho is to be found at
his parlor on Hotel gtreet, whero ho
pays particular attention to ladies
and children's hair cutting.
Passengers by tho Mariposa are to
have a splendid 1th
Tho bill of faro comprises all tho
delicacies of tho season, roast turkey
with cranberry sauce being tho
jricce dc resistance.
Tho following foreign mails wore
despatched by tho Post Ollico yes
terday: By S. S. Miiko Marti for tho
Orient, (581 letters and 18 papers; by
S. S. Belgic for tho Coast, 2081 letters
and 797 papers.
Mr. and Mrs. Ant one Rosa this
afternoon eolobrato tho first natal
anniversary of their lirst-born, by a
luau at their residence on Punch-
bowl t root. Many frioivis have con
inbuted good things to tho feast.
which will bo in the best stylo.
Detectivo Marmont's royalist sig
nal is tho cau?o of uinuy hearty
laughs to-day. It was a pity that
thedetectivo's"owii intelligence" did
not servo him belter in his spy on
the Cummins' promises, when he
mistook tho tramping of horses in
the stables for men.
Tho funeral of the late Mrs. Hana
keola Loleo Kiuimaka yesterda3
afternoon was largely at! ended. A
number of societies, of which do
censed was a member, turned out at
tho obsequies. Tho inUu-mout was
tit tho Kawaiahao cemetery, where
her husband was buried,
Ono of the Sainoan passengers on
tho S. S. Mariposa was asked by a
Bi'llutix lepreseutativo 3'ostorday
how affairs wore in Samoa. Tho
man replied that when the steamer
left war had not been declared, but
ovoo thing was in readiness. "I
think war last week," ho said.
Tho Hawaiian Dramatic Company
are holding nightly rehearsals of
their now historical play to bo pre
sented on .Saturday evening at tho
Opera House. Tlio members of tho
company have improved greatly and
i a peasant evenin
inn' bo expected. Tho play will bo
instructive in that it is based on
Mr. X. S. Sachs, who left on tho
last Australia for a pleasure trip
combined with business, is deter
mined to keep trade lively; during
his absence, ho will oll'er special
bargains; ovoo week will bring forth
new bargains; and ladies, as well as
gentlemen, will profit by watching
his new announcements each week,
as tho prices will bo for that week
Tho S.S. Mariposa departed short
ly aftor noon to-day for San Fran
cisco, tho P. O. band being iu at
tendance on tho wharf to
tho occasion. Among tho
passengers leaving was .Mr. Rudolph j
Spteckols. Ho was wreathed in 1
LOOAL AND GENERAL
(lowers and evergreens. Mr. Spreck- 1
els was tho centre of attraction
of his many friends horo until the
steamer speeded out.
A bluejacket from the U. S. S, ,
Boston who was "crazy drunk," as '
described by a witness, endeavored 1
to knock out Marshal Hitchcock's 1
police last night. Ho upset five j
policemen, and (his morning is!
(putting a pair of I0V0I3 black eyes,
and a Hue mutation 01 a topers
no.se, ij noli is charged wiui assault
. . . 1 ., t
and ballerv 011 an oilicor. The blue
jacket pleaded guilty this morning
ami was lined -?ll),
Bandmaster Liboruio, of tho Ha
waiian National band, was font for
this uioiuiug to come down to the
Marshal's ollico. Liboinio ennn
down and .Matshal Hitchcock asked
him whether Clans Sprockets had
employed his band to play at the
dopaituio of the H. S. Mariposa at
noon. Liboruio luplied in the noga
tio Mondial Hitchcock then oidor
ini tilm to keep his baud away fiom
alio whtu'f at Uiu bailing of tho
SHOT BY A LEPER.
Shocking. Fate of Deputy Sheriff
Stolz of Waimea.
Hunted Down by Kalalau Lepers Who
Daro Swift Death at Home to
Avoid Slow Decay at
News and ocular evidence of a
I shocking tragedy on tho island of
I Kauai wore brought to town b3' tho
steanior "Waialealo, which arrived un
. expectodly in port this morning
without having dolivered her pas
! sengors or freight at their destina
j tions. Wrapped up in blankets and
ice on tho steanior was tho body of
I Louis H. Stolz, Doputj' ShorilF of
' Waimoa ou tho island named. Tho
bravo oilicor was foully assassinated
b- a loper named Koolau at tho eu
trauco of Kalalau valloy on Tuesday
ACCOUNT OF AN OFFICER.
The following account of tho tra
gic ending of tho deputy sheriff is
given a Bulletin reporter by Potor
Nowloin, a police officer, who was
among tho party that brought the
body to town. On Saturn;' last
Dopiit3'-Shoriff Stolz and Officer
Spencer arrived at Kalalau and
stopped at a native's house. Potor
Nowloin arrived on Sunday morn
ing. The three began to discuss
ways and moaus to take the lepers
iu tho valloy peacefully without
bloodshed. Stolz wanted to start
right away, but was provailed upon
by Officer Nowloin not to bo so fool
hardy, as he had heard reports that
tho lopors intended to resist beiug
taken to tho Molokai Leper Settle
ment. Nowloin advised Stolz to se
cure more men. Early Mouda3'
morning Stolz rcconuoiteied about
tho vallov 1)3' himself and returned
I in safot3' to whero his companions
During Monda3 tho party of three
men wont up farthor in tho valloy
and pitched a tout. Not long aftor
the tent was pitched a number of
lepors hoaded b3' Koolau camo rush
ing down tho valloy and chased tho
1 three olhcors out of tho tent. II103'
j then took possession of tho oanvas
I and carried it awaj' into their strong
1 hold in tho valley. Nowloin wont to
h-oolau and requested hnn to return
the tent to them, but was warned
that if ho did not leave tho spot
that instant ho would bo shot. The
three men then returnod to tho
beach to thoir provious habitation.
On Tuosda3- afternoon at 1 o'clock
tho lopors again mado a rush for
them and surrounded tho house.
The lepers woro determined to drive
(ho officers out of the vallo3
Spencer had ono pistol, Nowloiu 0110
pistol. These, with threo rifles, two
pistols and a quautit3 or aminuui
1 tion, woro taken from tho officers,
I anil tho lopors left for the valle3
I again, taking tho weapons with
1 them. The owner of tho house
j fearing that ho might bo injured b3T
I tho lepers ordered the officers to
I leavo tho house, but tho latter ro
At 9 o'clock Tuosday night Stolz
determined to go up into tho valley
again. His fellow-officers stayed a
iespectable distanco behind, while
1 tho doput3--shoriir wont on ahead.
I As tho doput3'-shoriff was Hearing
tho leper's stronghold, tho officers in
j tho rear saw a Hash and heard two
reports, and then saw Stolz fall.
Tho inuii rau up; as the3' noarod tho
body tho lopors ordered them back,
i saying that if they did not go U103'
would bo treated tho saino wa3 The
officers then asked for Stolz's bod3"
and wore refused. Tho3 mot ono of
the party, a nou-lopor, on their re
turn to tho beach, and Nowloin
offered him .?5 if ho would take
Stolz's boipy, put it on the veranda
and stay with it until next day,
for fear dogs might devour it. Tho
man consented and tho officers re
turned to tho beach, fearing for
At 11 :JJ0 o'clock tho samo night
sotno of tho party camo down from
the valloy and told tho officers that
Koolau had shot Stolz. Ho had
made a vow that ho would kill the
deputA'-shori if before he left the val
ley. Tho officers stayed on tho
beach until morninc, when they saw
the steanior Waialealo, and hailed
her. Tho ollicois accompanied by
other natives thou wont up tho al
ley to the house and found Stolz's
body ou the veianda, near which ho
was shut. The officers examined tho
body and found two bullet holes in it,
one on the side of the left breast
and one iu tho abdomen. The
! following articles woro stolen from
Stolz 13' the lopors: 2 handkerchiofs,
' 1 pistol, 1 watch, a pair of hand-
culls and J. compasses.
STOIlV 01" A 1'ASSr.NOF.It
Mr. B. B. Maoy of lloiiohina, Ha
waii, was a passenger nonce lor 11a-
1. ' ....! I... il... - 11T..I..I....1..
iniioi 03 uiu muuihui miuui-aiu
could not got a landing at Ins dosti-
nalion on aucoiinl of tliu tragic
ovunl and bo roturiiod to town by
tho Mt'tunor. To tho J3ulli;iin rn
porlor -Mr. .Maoy told tho following
(.oimiudi'd ai'coiiiiL of thu imtrdor,
from copious uoto.i mado by him at
tho mouths of wiltiuhhos mot on tho
hti'ainur. Thi.s story dillorn wiiii
whal from .Mr. Nowlciu's, allowing
that if tho ollicnrri woro near I ho
JJoputy Shi'rill ho wan not awaro of
it. .Mr. Miii''b unrrativo is as fol
Uuputy .Shoriir Stolz got to Ka
lalau ou Sunday, lb) loft hU hod
I clothos ul thu villagu uoxt uioniinb'
and started out to soarch for lopors.
Tho lopors found his blankets and
thon started to hunt for himself.
Thoy wont to tho houses of tho
hoaltjiy uativos and drovo tho iu
inates all out of thoir houses on tho
boach on tho Mana side of Kalalau
valloy. Aftor driving out tho noaco
ablo inhabitants thoy resumed thoir
hunt for tho Doputy Sheriff.
In tho ovoning Mr. Stolz camo
down to tho villago with Paoa, a
lopor whom ho had arrested at tho
houso of Kapahoo. another lopor
whoso wifo and adopted daughter
nro also lopors. Whon ho arrived
with his prisonor within a short dis
tance of tho house of Koolau ho dis
covered a native hiding behind a
rock. Ho called ou this man iu am
bush to givo himsolf up. Tho an
swer was a bullet in his body.
1110 Jjopuiy ouonu cnou oui,
"Givo my lovo to my mother 1" when
ho received a second bullot and fell,
novor speaking another word. Tho
lepers thon held a consultation, in
tending to disposo of tho bod3, but
tl1 concluded not to do so, and loft
it lying there.
Thon tho lopors wont over to whore
tho healthy lepers wore grouped on
tho summit of a bluff after boiug
drivon out of thoir homes. TI103'
told theso people that thoir veugo
auco was appoased thoy had killed
tho haolo and that was all thoy
wanted. Tho peaceable natives did
not credit this assurance of tho
lopors. feolitm suro that thoy also
wanted rovongo on a native uamod
Kamaiwa, for his having harborod
tho Doputy Sheriff.
Kamaiwa in tho meantime hearing
of tho inurdor of tho Doputy Sheriff
crossod tho bay in a canoe toward
Mann. On lauding ho procured a
horso and rode to tho nearest tele
phone, by which ho notifiod Sheriff
Goo. N. Wilcox and Doputy Sheriff
W. E. H. Devorill. Tho Sheriff or
dered Dovorill to go round by tho
Waialealo and secure tho body. This
ordor tho Deputy executed, but, as
there was noithcr doctor nor coffin
to bo found at Mana, tho body was
brought to Honolulu by tho steamer
in charge of Mr. Dovorill. This ac
tion was rendered tho moro appro
priate from tho f;vet that Mrs. Stolz,
so suddenly and fearfully widowed,
was on a visit to tho city.
Mr. Macy counted thirty-two iu
tho group of healthy natives on the
boach. Tho officers on tho expedi
tion with tho Deput3' Shoriff wore
Peter Nowloin, brother of Major S.
Nowleiu of Honolulu, and a native
named Ponikila (tho native uame
of Spencer). Thoro were over ten
men and women in tho rebol
band of lepers who went out to seek
tho life of Mr. Stolz. They told tho
healthy people whon thoy drovo
them out that if thoy returned to
their houses thoy would be shot.
Aftor thoy had drivon tho people
out tho lopors went to thoir houses
and stole everything thoy could
carr3 awa3', including rules, revol
vers and ammunition.
THE MURDERED MAN.
L. H. Stolz, who came to such an
untimely end, was about 33 years of
ago. He loaves a wifo and two chil
dren, .airs. 01017. ooing asisioroi r,
W. E. llowoll, Superintendent of
Public Works. A well-built man of
fully sis foot in stature, ho was
courageous to tho vorgo of reckless
ness. Ho received his appointmeut
as Doputy Sheriff from Mr. C. W.
Ashforct whon Attorno3'-Genoral.
Dr. Cooper made an examination
of tho bod3 at tho Police Station
this foronoon. When tho body was
turned over it was found that tho
bullet entering tho loft side of tho
breast had gouo clear through tho
bod3', coming out near tho spine.
Tho other ono, that entered about
tho middle of tho body iu front,
lodged inside amongst tho back ribs.
A coroner's inquest is being hold
in tho Doputy Marshal's ollico this
afternoon as tho Bulletin goes to
Tho funeral takes placo at 1
o'clock this afternoon from tho resi
dence of Mrs. Iieimenschueidor, who
is a sister of Mrs. Stolz.
A peculiar coiucidonco in relation
to tho tragedy is tho fact that this
morning's Advertiser contained a re
port of tho projected removal of tho
lopors from Kalalau to Molokai. It
was under a disph'13 heading, ono of
tho heads being, "How tho Lepors of
Kalalau Take It." Tho roport do
scribes tho supposed feeling among
the lepers, anil contains this sen
tence: "Tho mild treatmont and
sonsiblo propositions made by tho
board of hoalth has done much to
remove former objections, and it is
thought that when tho timo comes
there will be little or no trouble in
effecting thoir removal." While
. many people wore reading this san
I guiiio deliverance, tho steamer was
I at the wharf in Honolulu with tho
body of tho Doputy Shoriff, who was
slain iu carrying out ordors for tho
j lepers' removal.
I MILITAUV EXPEDITION TO KALALAU.
, It is reported this afternoon that
I a body of fifty men will bo onlistod
and 111113' armed to go to Kalalau
and tako tho lopors by forco if nocos
sar3. Tho steanior will leave for
that placo to-morrow morning.
A Lawyer on His Own Defense -Estate
of G. H. Luco.
Tho Suproiuo Court in bnnco in
this afternoon hearing tho mattor of
A. G. Corroa, barristor, oitod to show
caiiBo why ho should not bo disbar
red. Ho is aceiihod by tho Attorney
Oonoral of having connived at tho
escape from tho jurisdiction of tho
com Is of Mru. ltniuos, whilo sho was
duo to show cause why she should
not bo committed for contuuipt, for
iiiturforiug with her child givou to
hor husband's custody, and also un
der a writ of habeas corpus to bring
her child into court.
Mrs. Eliza 1'rescott Luco, mother
of the deceased, has applied to tho
Circuit Court for letters of adminis
tialiou ou thoontatu of tho late Goo,
11. Luce. There aro iu theestato an
insurance policy of .?rKX) iu tho Now
York Life with V, O. Jlurgor, agent,
and rtHl iu bank.
i fViic Job 1'rlntinu (if Hullttin Ojjler,
Saved My Wife's Life
John W. Jones
" Of ray own f reo will and accord, unbiased by
anyono, and wishing ouly to da good to tho
uflllcted, I 'wish to tell of the good qualities of
Hood's Sarsaparllla and Hood's Pills. I think
there aro no medicines equal to them, and hay
proved tliclr merit by exporlenoo In my own
laniilv. Mv vlfi. llnchpl. bin been iirmfted
with weakness, iiervousnris, and salt rheum. I
spent nearly all that 1 had of this world's goods
lor doctor's bills and wrtlclno until wo decided
to try Hood's Sarsapurllla. It undoubtedly
8avod My Wlfo From tho Grave.
The salt rheum has entirely healed and iha Is
rrtlorcd 10 Rood hen I lli. I have many
friends and relatives In U10 cast who will be
glad to know that
Has cured my
-Trnv W. .Tnvim
HOOD'S PILL8 sretln bet miter dinner mis,
uitit dlgdtlon, cut headache. T17 a box. ISO.
HOHUOX, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Household -:- Furniture
TO-MORROW, June 30th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will sell at Public Auction, at ray Sales
room, Queen street, the following
1 Plush Upholstered Parlor Set,
1 Upholstered Parlor Set,
1 Black Walnut Bedroom Set,
1 Oak Bedroom Set,
1 Stained Bedroom Set,
'2 Dining-room Tables,
2 Upholstered Lounges,
Sets of Yum-Yum Bed Springs,
Baby's Cribs, Meat Safes,
1 Mathushek Piano
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Priestman Oil Engine
5 Horto Power. Kilns with Ordinary
Kerosene Oil without Boiler or Fur
nace. Co-it to run very small
as compared with steam.
6P Can bo een in motion at my Ware
house, Queen street.
7U5-lm BOBT. CATTON.
Elegant -:- Restaurant
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Mrs. I.ack's Buildiui;, Kort, between King
and Merchant streets.
Opening on Thursday, June 29th,
A.T XO jA.. M.
ttf Upstairs Ilooin Reserved for Ladies
and their Escorts.
Home Cookery. Only Wblto Help Employed.
E. B. THOMAS,
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS
of Brick, Iron, Stone and Wooden
Buildings. All kilitlH of Jobbing in the
building trade attended to. Keeps for sale:
Brick, Limo, Cement, Iron Stouo 1'ipo and
Fittings, Old and Now Corrugated Iron,
Mintou Tiles, Quarry Tilus, ussortcd sizes
and colors; California and Monterey Sand,
Granite Curbing and llloeks, etc., ulc
tW Ollice and Yard : Corner King and
Smith streets. Ollice Hours: H to 12 a.m.,
lto-lr.M. Telephones: Bell HOI; Mutual
117. Residence: Mutual 4 Hi. 1'. O. Box
UBSf'RU'TIONS FOR DEFRAYING
tho Exiencs of the coming l'ourtli
of July Celebration can bo left at the
Dciow-mcuiioiicii unices ami mores, wuere
tho Lists aro now open:
HOLLISTKR .t CO.,
BENSON, SMITH .t CO.,
HOBRON, NEWMAN .t CO.,
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.
Horsn, Unlit Ton
Biikcv. Hiirut'ss. Sad
dle, Robes, Brushes, etc.
Will liu hold toucther or
singly. May bu-eeii WEDNESDAY FORE
NOON, tippo.-ilu C. Huntaiu's grocery, at
1'aulllu Coast Home Supply Company, No.
Ul King street.
II. DAYIEm A CO.'S STORK
he uloM'd on FRIDAY, thu HOlh
intL, (ur SUwk-uWng. 7ttWt
N. S. SACHS
5SO Port Street, Honolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials! Latest. Desigus!
Cotton Pongee I Cotton Chaillel
Light and Dark Ground Effects Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In I'itik, Cream, Light Blue, Cardinal nud Black;
"v FINK FiaUIlBD MUSMNS IN NEW DESIGNS,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Brocaded .t Plain Olmtiibrtcs,
Eider-down In 1'ink, Cream and Baby Blue,
Polka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
In. FleUda, Clioolcs and. Stripes,
Mb- Como and see- tho White Goods wo aro telling at 7, 0 and 3 yards for $1. "VI
Dimities, Nainsooks, Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
Laces and Embroideries !
Just Opened a Large Line
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in. all "Wia.tLS,
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
ropular German Dry Goods Store,
7 5 5!ojr,t
NEW GOODS !
IB. F. EHLBRS Sc GO.
S3 FORT STKEJHIT.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GIIEAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COI.ORED-Justsuitdblo for this climato.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIGUBED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
KOO CHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
Sillcallno and "Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
tW DreHsmaking Undor the Management ot MISS K. CLARK. &J
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the "World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
&- Fire risks on all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Risks by
J. S. 'W'.AXjKIEilR,
For Sail Francisco
Will sail for above port on or about
Friday Next, the 30th inst.,
AT 2 O'CLOCK I'. M.
W- For Passage, having Kuit.iiioi: Ac
commodation, apply to
THKO. II. JJAVIE8 .t CO.
LARGE AIRY KUR
uisheil Front Room
to let. Inuu ru at tho
111'M.ktin Ollice, "lli-lw
AT WAIKIKI, ON THE
iV. Reach, a Furnished
Coltagu with Cookhouse
iH'Coiiiiuoilation. For imr-
ticulars impiiro IIiii.u.ti.s Ollico,
ANY KIND BY A
i. Young Man
u Alan liiht from tlic htates.
Good llook-ki'CK'r ami not itlrald ol hard
work, Very lwl of reference.
"J. A. (!.,"
70"Mw UuLLtilr. Ullicj,
street; 7 5
Acting Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
FOR SALE !
Stockholm Tar !
Recommended specially by Cotuiiiis
sioner of Agriculture
For Trees Affected by Blight
FOR BALE BY
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
THE K. K. BATHS
AT REIKI'S, WAIMKI-KAI,
oiK-it to thu Public and wlH bo
curried 011 us u
First-class Bathing Resort
Five Minutes from the Cars,
K.W- llltuiullim visitors should leave tho
n iii-M bwiiou uncr panning ttto Walk Id
Poultry Yards, " 7tiO-3iu
XubtocH Jar tht Vttily hullrtin, 60
otnli ftr wuilhx