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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PROM AND AFTEH JUNE 1, 1803.
July has boon ro-
FOUND BEAD AT EWA.
To Kwa Mill.
Leave Honolulu .. . 8: 15
Leave Pearl City (1:30
Arrive Kwa Mill 0:57
Leave Ewa Mill (1:21
Leave Pearl City (1 :5T
Arrive Honolulu 7:30
Tho Frioiul for
Dr. J. Uchidn, Kukul Lnno, has a
card in this ibsuo.
A mortgagee's notico of foroclo
puro nnponrs in this issue.
Tho stoatnor Cluudino will bo duo
to morrow from Maui and Hawaii.
Don't forgot tho historical play at
tho Opera Houso to-morrow even
ing. Tho S. S. Peru will resumo hor
voyago to tho Coast at 5 o'clock this
Four passongers wont on tho
steamor W. G. liall this morning for
Tho U. S. gunboat Adams had an
intorostinjr boat drill in tho harbor
A concert by tho Hawaiian baud
is being given at tho Queen's Hos
pital this afternoon.
Mr. A. M. Howott is laid up with
la grippo, and not paitial paralysis,
as previously roportou.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable,
and do not purge, pain or gripe.
Sold by all druggists.
A reward of ?25 is offered for tho
conviction of tho breakers of Moa
nalua station doois and windows.
Dr. and Mrs. Henri McGrcw and
child leavo on tho S. S. Peru for a
short trip abroad for their health.
A. T. Atkinson, Inspector-General
of Schools, loft on tho steamer W.
G. Hall this morning to inspect tho
A boat boy tho other day caught
throo dozen finu big mullet with a
Last (him tor ot tliuiuouiKin thuhtii nt nil. nook nunr tno u. &. . iioston. lie
34m. a.in. , i staod there from early morning till
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ARRIVAL OF THE PERU.
Tides, Sua and Moon.
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Daniol Honloy Dioa in tho Night Sup
posedly from Heart Disease
At 0:80 o'clock this morning a
tolophouo messago was received at
tho Polico Station from Ewa, stating
that Daniol Honloy, who kept a
little storo at Kalauao, Ewa, had
boon found dead by Mrs. Kapu and
another native Mrs. Kapu had gone
to tho storo this morning whou sho
found tho door locked, aud, as it was
customary with Honloy to opon tho
storo early, sho wondered what was
tho matter with nun. .Later slio
went around to tho rear and poop
ing through tho window saw Hon
loy lying on tho floor.
Dcputy-Shoriir Wond was notified
of tho fact and ho soon arrived on
tho scene The door was burst opon
aud Henley was examined and found
to bo dead. Tho Doputy-Shoriir
empaneled a jury and a coronors
inquest was hold, but tho vordict is
not yot reported.
It is boliovcd that tho old man
camo to his death through heart
disease, as ho was alllictod with that
ailment. Only last Saturday Dr.
McKibbin had attended on hiin.
Daniol Henley was an old kama
aina, haviug been a resident hero of
over twenty years. In tho year 1876
ho was a bartondor at tho Empire
Saloon for Mr. Jas. Olds. For tho
last four or five years ho has boon
off and on a resident of Kalauao,
Ewa. Many a weary traveler has ho
Mipplied with refreshments at his
host lory. Henley was between f0
and 00 years of ago, and was of Irish
origin. Ho was married twice and
twice divorced, both his wives sur
viving him. Tho old man was vory
popular at Ewa.
Time WhlHtlo blous lit 111. lm. His. II. Hi.
Honolulu time, which li the satin1 as lib. Urn,
0s. of Greenwich lime.
II DAILY BULLETIN.
8 Peru, Ward,
Stmr Pete from Muknweli
Friday, July 7.
from Yokohama and
Tho Bishop of Panopolis has not
left for Maui as reported by two
journals. Tho reverend gentleman
was present at tho closing exorcises
of St. Louis College yesterday.
An Objoot of Intorost from Having
Boon Built at San Francisco.
Tho P. M. S. S. Pom, Ward com
mandor, was telephoned early this
morning and docked nt tho Pacific
Mail wharf. As this was tho first
visit of tho linor to this port, many
people took tho advnutago and in
spected tho now stoatnor through
out. Tho Peru was built by tho
Union Iron Works, San Francisco; in
1892, all hor machinery ajso boing
built on tho Coast. Sho is not as
long nor as largo as tho O. & O.
liners. Hor draught coming over
tho bar was twenty foot. Hor cabin
accommodations aro uico and cosy,
aud taking all in all she is a com
fortable trnvelinir boat.
In tho forward part ot tho steamor
tho Chineso crow woro offering ca
naries aud other varioties of birds
for safe, although a notice was post
ed up on tho spar deck prohibiting
tho omploycos on tho steamer from
indulging in any speculation. Tho
prices woro too stoop, anyway, aud
vory fow birds woro sold.
Tho Peru had only two Chinese
and threo Japanoso steerage passon
gors, and 130 tons of freight for this
port. Sho will leavo again at 5
o'clock this ovoning for tho Coast.
TO SAVE THE HARTFORD.
SHARKS IN THE HARBOR.
Thoy Rob tho Fishermen's Hooks
Ono Robber Caught.
Native lishormon who go out fish
ing with hooks have boon complain
ing of tho depredation made by
sharks on thoir catch. No sooner
would thoy hook a fish than a shark
mi tt - i i ii 4- would dart at tho struggling cap
Tho Hawaii lJaseball Association tivoaud ni it off tho hook. Tho
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litis UlltMUlUU IU IMU CWIUWltlllll, Wl
sovoral attending the baseball games,
aud covered tho entire front of tho
baseball htand with vire netting.
Friday, .Inly 7.
8 S Peru, Ward, for San Francisco at 5 p m
Ambktno BQ Wilder, Griiliths, for tian
Stmr V G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Waimanalo for Koolau
For San Francisco, per bktne 8 G Wilder,
July 7 G C Wall,
For San FrancUco, per S S Peru, July 7
Brand Mrs II GMcGruw, baby and servant
girl, Bros B Thomas, G Thomas and Frank,
Thos E BoiMelier, M Goldberg, Br Minei.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall. June 7 For Volcano: U and Mrs
Bornin, H M Yerrighton and wife. For
way ports: Mrs Wills and 3 children,
Nancy K. Lewis, Alice Lewis, Mr Lino, Hev
O P Emerson, Masters Stevens, A T Atkin
son, W Lange, B Orowloy, V Adler and 'J2
Mr. C. B. D wight, lately discharged
by the Minister of lutonor, from tho
position of assistant road supervisor,
has been created a luna for ovorseor
ing tho construction of sidewalks.
A recent arrival from tho Coast
was stopped on Fort street by a fol
low passougor and asked how ho
was getting along. "Oh, fine," he
roplied, "got a position in tho army
and 1.25 ulieady without doing any
thing." Tho furniture sale at the old Ar
lington dining looms, which was to
havo taken place this morning, has
been postponed until to-morrow
1 (Sat ui day), at 10 o'clock, when Jas.
1 F. Morgan will bo pieparod to give
hih friends all tho bargains thoy
Forty tons, think of it, is tho
weight of tho merchandise to bo
auctioned olT by .las. F. Morgan, on
Wednesday, Jubj 12th. These aro
now goods belonging to tho assigned
estate of McKovett As Co., Mol-
1 bourne, aud must bo sold without
The American bark Ceylon is being re
caulked noar tho Fishmaiket wharf.
The American missionary schooner Ho
bert W. Logan, 27 tons, was in the harbor
of Yokohama from Caroline islands, w hen
the Peru left that port.
The barkentine 8 G Wilder, J. G. Grif
fiths master, sailed this afternoon for the
Golden Gate with 10,400 bugs sugar, weigh-
bags, C. Brewer di Co.; 2400 bags, C. it C.
Latest From Japan.
Per S. 8. Peru.l
Jlich deposits of placer gold have
been found in Burmah.
The photographic society of Yoko
hama are holding an exhibition in
Since his return to Japan, Colonel
Fukushima, the hero of the trans-
Asiatic ride, has been fotod and ban
queted on all sides.
Ten fresh cases of small pox aro
reported to have occurred in Naga
saki on the 16th Juno. Small pox
has also broken out in tho city of
The steamor Peninsular, with tho
London mail of May 19th, arrived
at Shanghai on tho ltith of June,
making the fastest time on record,
viz., 27 days 7J hours.
The steamship Zambosi, aftor all
her troubles, is to bo sold to a Japa
nese firm in Kobe, for about So'0,
O00. Sho will bo put on tho coast
ing trade with a Japanese name.
"Sweets for the Sweet."
From tho Phlaco Ice Croam Parlors
tho Bulletin has rocoivod a box of
mixed candies made at tho manufac
tory of that establishment. Thoy
are most attractive in form and of
iho finest flavor, molting away like
.nectar withou leaving any insoluble
j-osiduo. The bost skill from tho
Pacific Coast is omployod in tho
candy works of tho Palace. Under
tho management of Mrs. Atwood tho
Palaco parlors aro rapidly gaiuing in
popularity. Brilliantly lighted by
electricity aud luxuriously furnish
ed, there is no more pleasant place
in town for a snack of ice cream or a
.refresher of hot coifee.
Paauki was sentenced to pay a tine
of &J00 a year ago for indulging in
oho fa, and not having tho "ready"
ho was imprisoned at hard labor.
Undor a provision of the Penal Code
Paauki was loleasod this morning, it
appearing to Foster aud Carter, JJ.,
that ho has no property.
Tho Hawaiian Dramatic Co. had a
vory successful rehearsal tins morn
ing, with Prof. IJorger and tho or
chestia. There will bo'a dozen now
songs presented in tho course of tho
play at tho Opera House to morrow
evening. It will bo a performance
well worth' of a full house.
A number of peoplo who wanted
to take passage on the S. S. Pent
this afternoon were asked at tho
Custom Houso whether thoy had
paid thoir tae.s, before passportb
would bo riven them. Dr. M. L.
Minor, who had only been in tho
country a littlo over two mouths,
was told by Collector of Customs
Castlo that ho had to see tho Tax
Assessor before a passport would bo
ltov. O. P. Enior.son loft on tho
steamer W. G. Hall litis morning
for tho sceuo of tho church feud at
Lahaiua. Another meeting of tho
members of tho Piotostant church
is to bo hold to-morrow, whon an
other vote will bo taken. If Ifev
stamping ground of tho lishormon is
in tho vicinity of tho U. S. warships
Boston auu Adams, whore they say
an abundance of fish hang around
to catch victuals thrown overboard
from tho vessels. Yesterday, while
the mon were fishing in tho roar of
tho Boston no less than six' good
sized fishes woro snapped from tho
hooks by tho sharks.
Early this morning tho fishermen
wont out as usual, notwithstanding
tho shark's known predilections for
tho fish taking thoir bait. One
fisherman caught a fish (awa) aud
was pulling it in whou a shark made
a dart for it. Somehow or other tho
fish got looso and tho hook was inir
bedded in tho shark's mouth. Tho
I man gavo a jerk and turned tho
i monster over on his back, whon it
' lay as if dead. It was pulled along-
I side the boat and tho mon managed
I to tio a ropo to the struggling big
,' fish's tail, planting another auu
1 larger hook in its mouth. Tho
shark was towed to tho Fishmarkot,
1 whore it was found to measure oight
feet from tip to tip. It was pretty
lively whon an attempt was made to
cut it opon. Japanoso aud Chinese
1 purchased tho carcase. Tho fishor-
i men stato thoro is any number of
these sharks that live on smaller
fish in tho harbor, and ospooially
I noar tho Boston.
Y. M. C. A.
' At tho monthly mooting of tho Y.
M. C. A. last night reports woro ro
coivod from tho diiforent commit
tees. A suggestion in tho report of
tho now General Secretary, Mr. Cor
I bott, that 73 or KM) books suitable
i for boys wore needed in tho library,
i was immediately responded to by
' Mr. II. Waterhouso, who o fibred to
1 buy the books if someone else paid
i tho freight from Now York. Mr. T.
It, Walker at once volunteered to
pay tho freight, so tho lads will
have their books. It was decided to
1 maintain tho work at Bethel hall,
where services aro hold for non
, church-going classes, ltov. O. P.
Emerson called attention to tho
mission at Emma hall to be con
ducted by Mr. John H. Wise, tho
i returned Hawaiian student at Obor
lin, among his countrymen.
Hatters Before Both Circuit Judges
In tho bankruptcy caso of D. M.
Crowley, Judge Whiting granted tho
motion of bankrupt to allow him to
retain articles in his houso valued at
Judgo Whiting appointed F. H.
Haysoldon administrator of tho os
tato of W. J. Itocho, deceased, undor
Tho mattor.of tho estate of James
Gay was continued, aftor hearing
two witnesses, until next Monday.
Judge Coopor is hearing tho Ban
ning ostato matter to-day, in tho
room formorly occupied by tho At-tornoy-Gouoral.
Hon. S. M. Damon
was on tho stand this afternoon.
Mrs. Banning and hor son aro pre
sent. Kinney for petition to revoko
order of executor's discharge; Hatch
The matter of Colestino Johnson's
petition for attorney's fee, costs and
alimony was continued from Thurs
day until Monday next.
DESERTER GETS A WETTING.
Seaman Burns Fagged in Trying to
Swim Ashore from His Vessel.
Richard Burns, a young sailor on
tho British bark Eoutonbeck lying
in the stream, slipped. overboard
with all his clothos on but minus
boots, this morning. Special Pete
O'Sullivau found tho young lad in
au exhausted condition clinging to
ono of tho piles of tho Pacific Mail
dock at 5:30 o'clock, aud with tho
assi&tanco of a boat managed to land
him safely. Burns stated, that tho
captain had treated him meanly. Ho
had made arrangements with tho
bkippor to work his passage horo,
but on arrival ho was compelled to
sign articles and continue tho voy
ago. This ho would not agree to,
hence his attempt to escapo. Burns
was oscoitod to tho Polico Station
whero his clothing was dried. Ho
is still confined, awaiting action of
Last fall I was taken with a kind
of summer complaint, accompanied
with a wondorful diarrhoea. Soon
after my wife's sistor, who lives with
us, was taken in tho same way. Wo
used almost everything without
benefit. Thou I said, lot us try
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Itomedy, which wo did,
and that cured us right away. 1
think much of it, as it did for mo
what it was recommended to do.
John Hortzlor, Bethel, Berks Co.,
Pa. 25 and 51) cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tho Famous Flagship of Farragut
to be Fitted for Service
A Vallojo despatch of Juno 18
Tho historic old warship Hart
ford, now lying in rotton row at
tho Mare Island Navy Yard, whero
for many years she lins been tho toy
of the tide, is about to bo taken cog
nizance of and put iu commission in
accordance with Congressional legis
lation. By a recent Act of Congress
the Hartford and Koarsargo aro to
bo retained on tho nctivo list of tho
warships of tho American navy, re
gardless of all expense or tho 10 per
cent repair law, which prohibits tho
repair of any ship-of-war whoro tho
aggregate cost of repairs shall ex
ceed 10 percent of their original
Before placing tho Hartford in
commission sho will bo stripped of
hor old-st3'lo batteries and fittings,
her engines will bo ropaired and
now boilers will bo put in tho firo
room. Tho old battery will bo re
placed by a corresponding battery
of modern high-powor guns, it be
ing tho intention of tho Navy De
partment to oquip her with six-inch
riilos for tho main battory, support
ed by a sufficient ballery of four
inch rapid-fire riilos. Tho ship will
bo totally dismantled, and hor sail
carryiug capacity reduced from hor
former heavy rig to a rig similar to
that of tho crujsor Chicago.
Tho recomuiissioning of tho Hart
ford is duo directly to tho efforts of
tho old naval officers who fought on
hor at tho battles of Mobilo bay.
Forts Jackson and St. Philip, and
who doomed it unjust to lot tho
Hartford rot away iu ignomiuious
idleness while tho Koarsargo was
doing active duty on tho homo station.
Short Breath, Heart Trouble, Rhou-matism.
iJFor This Week"
N. S. SACHS'
Sao Fort Street, Honolulu.
and Girls' Straw Hats!
Boys' Mixed Straw lints, extra value 40c.
Boys' Fancy Straw lints for 50e.
Boys' White Straw Hats for 40o.
Children's Sailor Hats, all colors u'Oc.
Children's Trimmed Straw Hats, latest style; reduced
Extra Fine Braid Sailor Hats, white and colored, re
duced from 1.50 to 1.10
$3p These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -
1SL. S. LIE V Y
Just Opened a Large Line
Ura. L. M. Paltio
Eagle Creek, Oregon.
Two More British Cruisers.
Information rocoivod by United
States naval authorities is to tho ef
fect that tho British Admiralty is
drawing up designs for two monster
cruisers, which will not only bo tho
largest warships in tho worm, but
the fastest. Thoy will bo known as
Pali's opponents carry tho day and the "Torriblo" and "Powerful."
"I have lived here In Oregon for the past
twenty cars, and most of the lime have hocn a
very great suITeror from iuflnmnintory
rbrnmiitiini. I have .ilso had uluttho doctor
called heart disease, vlih shortness of breath
and sharp pains hi the left side. I dei ided to tako
Hood's Sarsaiiailll.i, and befnr 1 had finished
three bottles I was In bettor health than I had
been for j ears. I do not ha o any pain now,
sleep woll, and tc-day no woman of my age
Enjoys Bottor Health
than I. At home on the ranch I not only attend
to my family housework, but last summer I
oared for and milked four cows. I do not feel
that I can say half enough In pralso of
JIus. I.. M. Taikk, Eagle Creek, Oregon.
Hood's Pills .to prompt njid efllclcnt, yet
easy In action. Soldbyalldri!-gUts. 25c.
HOIMtOX, XEWMAX .t CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian lluinls.
Hawaiian Opera House
L. J. liOvoy
I.e-co it Manager.
$25 BE WARD!
qu) KKWAKI) WILL m: PAID KOU
rpJLO information that will lead to the
conviction of the porbon or pardons who
linve broken tho windows and doors of the
O. It. it L. Co.'s Station at Mn.umlna.
OAHU RAILWAY .t LAND CO.
It. K. Dim.imiiiam, General .Manager.
that reoruna gentleman persist in
refusing to sni render tho church,
tho congregation will curry the mat
ter into court.
Lone Branch Re-opening.
"Ono of my customers came in to
day and askod mo for tho best cough
modiciuo I had." savs Low Vouul'. a
prominent druggist of Nowinau j
Grovo, Nub. ' "Of course I bhowod
him Ohamborlaiu'H Cough Remedy, j
and ho did not ask to sou any other.
I have uover yet sold a iniulieino
that would loosen mid relieve a so- ,
vero cold bo quickly as that liemedy ,
does, I havo sold four doious of il
within tho last sity duys and do
not know of n single cum whore it
failed to give tho most perfect huUh
lautiou." 00 cent bottles for Mile by ,
.all dealers. jJenson, hiultli
Long Branch was fairly patronized
last night. The Hawaiian band
played until it was time to leavo by
two special cars at 10:10. Dancing
was engaged in desultorily. Sovoral
bathing artio disported iu tho
waves. Theio was gonoral aumira
i tion of tho enlarged aud improved
I accommodations. Jlr. Sherwood
' may expect a rush next moonlight
soiibon. lie is prepared to receive
hundredu every ovoning. Thoro is a
spacious veranda oil' tho ballroom,
overlookiiiK tho beach, whoro lioonlo
who do not cam to bathe cau sit aud I
enjoy the silit, sound aud savor of '
tho wild i-ea vaos.
Each ship will havo a length of over
I fiOO foot and a beam of about 70 foot.
i Engines will bo placed aboard each
i craft capable of dovolopiug !i(),000-
1 horso power. A speed of 27 knots
per hour is aimed at. With these
engines tho two ships will bo apace
I in ongino capacity of tlioiiowUunard
1 greyhounds "Campania" and "Luca-
uia." Their length will bo less than
1 tho Cunard ships, but each of tho
i cruisers will posses.-, displacement
greater than oil Iter of tho liners.
I Save for torpedo boats tho spued of
' '27) knots per hour aimed at will place
i tho 'Terrible" aud "Powerful" ahead
of all speeds now attained by any
vessel afloat, Tho cruisers aro to
i havo au armor protection aud will
i carry largo and powerful rapid-lire
$100 REWARD !
I WILL PAY THE AHOVIi BUM FOR
information thut will procure the con
vie tion of the person or por-on-) who bet
lire to my houso nt Hilo, Hawaii, on Thurs
day, .Itmuiii!, lc!H.
7UHw J. A. VICTOR.
DOO STRAYED OR STOLEN
FROM MAKIKI. LAST
rintiuday, a White ami
llrowu Retrlovcr Pup, seven
months' old, long and thick
hair, tip of tall has been cut,
SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1893.
Door Opens at 7:30; Performance at 8.
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in. a.11 "W"icLtLs7
KINDS OF BELTS,
The Popular German Dry Goods Store,
TO-TOIRI? STREET 75
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
& CO.'S btoki:,
Physician and Surgeon
NO. (i KUKUI LANK.
Bell Telopiioine S35
The Fourth Appearance of the
II WA1I PoMIl DlUMATlU C'OMI'I.NY in thoir
(Irnud Historical Performance.
SERIES OF INTERESTING INCIDENTS
Will be Piodttecd u Mclo-dramu,
"The Days of Kamehameha I,"
" KAN1PAU, THE ROYAL HAUHCHBACK."
Soldiers I Kahili Boarera I Attendants! Etc.
j Now Songs! New Costumes I
UT IIok lilan will bo opun ut Levey 'h
on Monday, June 2titli, at II o'clock a. m.
IB. F. EHLEES &c GO.
88 PORT STKE3H1T.
Chenile Portieres 8c Smyrna Rugs
IN GKEAT VAUIKTY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITK and COLORED Just mitnlih- for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS-A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
KOO CHOO PONGEE -GltEAT NOVELTIES
SiHtalin and. Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
C" Dressmaking Undor the Management of HISS K. CLARK. Jg
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Kire risks on all klndH of Iimir.tnce Property taken at Current Ki-ks liy
J. S. WALKER,
Acting Agent for the Hawaiian IhIiuuIh.
a'ho Lost Lnmorim.
In n previous iomioof tho JJullktin
it was luporttx! Unit 'J5 pm until, mill
a ftnv tlttys Intur, 10 pou'itul hail boon
paid fur 10 iiihiirauco on tlio bark
Luiuornu which loft Nouvasllo, N.S.
V., on Kobniury 21th for Honolulu.
In a ri'iMiut issiio I ho S. F. Chrouicin I
Htiva that SO pnri'iiut pioiiiiuin lias ''""'
Iwum twill! Tut1 tii.liiuiirinii.ii mi I lin UtUl
..i- ... .
will tot rlKht tun low who may liao
i owl dm inoiiiliii; paporot Wodnos-
".My lit (In boy was vory bad oil'
for two months with ilianhiua. Wo
iod various modiuiuoh, also eallod
in two doctor but nothing duno
him any good until wo utod Chaiu
burlniiiri Colic, Cholora and Diarr-
hu'U Kciucdv, which guo iiiimudinto
iiiliuf and Miou mi rod him. 1 cou
Mtlttr il tho licit medicine matin and
coiihoiiiutiously reoommuiid it to all
who iiood a diariho-a or colic modi-
.1. v:, llaio.Tioulon, Tox. "Ai
HO couls bolt Ins for sain by all
rpiIE SCHOONER 'NOIt.MA,'
X JJM Toiih ItciUstiir, milistiiii-
tiully Imilt of Oak nail Ceilur;
t'opovr mill Copper Kitutunrit.
m. . m m llllfl llll- IlllIlL llll 111 II II I'll
it'twr. i i-f Mm 1 iiniiif itfi 'I'll I i. il ill it IIUIIU7I n I Ji WIBt fill tJltMMI IV WW
n imiMii in ii isiiiiwn' ...i i. .i
lilt It A: Co.. dav. which riald Unit oulv '': iiorcunl , lM m"'J
jront or the liuwuiiuu IsluudB, I win paid, I itmin
ngoiilH for llin Hawaiian Inland.
HulUtln it id llvrml by
for M nt nit prr iimifi,
i For iiricii iinil imrtiuMiliirii aimlv
7'Jti-tf TIIIIl). II. DAVIKft.VCO.
, OHAS. G-IRDLER,
, nimoi iMi'oitriai oi
IJNOLIftll AND CONTINIJNTAL
No, II Kmiluuiiiiuii Mreiil,
Nubtvribe or th' JUtUy liull'ltn, 60
O'ufj )fr month,
A ItKWAltl) OK $100
xx. to liny por-ou or
WILL Iti: PAID
iieri-oiid who ulll
give Information tli.it wll lend to the up-
pieliciiHion iinil conviction oi tne purtoin
or pcroii ulio Mole tint llor.-c mnl lluggy
oi the iindcrML'Mcil fioin the corner of
llt'reiuiiiu ami Numum Htriet hetween tho
hoiirb of b-.'.'M mnl II: '0 on II
j u i v it it. i:. ii
Honolulu, Jul) ;, i'M.
By ALLEN HUTCHINSON
Will he given iimlur the iiiiNpieei of the
ScirrriHii Tiiihti r Ci I'liiit the Hull,
Monday, July 10, at 7:30 P, M,
IV TieketH limy
LlmNix, Kurt street.
he evening of
ijE. B. THOMAS,
Priestman . Oil Engine
ft Hoix) Power. Knns with Ordinary
Kerosene Oil without Holler or Pur-
imoe. Cit to rim very soiinll
au eoinpareii with bteam.
FINE FAMILY AND LTVEKY
J hegH to inforln III"
old p.itrnliB mi'l frieiiila
li. II... II.... .ill. in l.l.i.,.!.,
that he lnu in rlvnl from r --i. .u'
him rr.nii'ixi'o with u iliuen I die l'uinll
Ciirrlngu lloi'iif i(iiuruiitti'il t,onud and
I'eiiilui, whluh can ho neu nt J. N.
I Wright', Little llrltiiln,
I 7tK-lw W, li. PAtli:.
l?bTI.MATr.S (IIVLN ON AU. KINDS
Xu ol llriok, Iron, htoue uml Wooden
lliiiidint,'. All Kinds of Joldilng In the
IhiIMIiiu1 trade attended to, ICcepi for eule .
Ilriek, (.line, Ceinenl. Iron Kloiiu Pilu and
I'Mttlnj;". Old and New CorniuMteil Iron,
Milium Till , (Ilium Tllen. aborted tl.e
and eolom, ('ullfonilii mid .Monliiej .tiiit,
(Iranltii (Uithini! mid IMooka, etc., ute.
ftT" Ollleo and Vardi Corner KIiik and
Hinltli ctrioU, (llllce Jlmir.i h to li a.m.,
1 to I i'.h, Telupliomni Hell :aii Mutual
417, ItuMileiiciM Mutuul III), P. 0. llox i
UT. 7Ui.H I
Cull he seen hi itmttnn at mv Wnr...
limine, Queen Mreet,
7lift-lin ItOltP. CATTON.
Ripe Grapes 8 Pounds for $1.
T" Appl) HOIJT. L1HHMAN.
Hell Telephone No. 1117. 7l-hv
X uxUtlliu' hotweeu B.
iti.ili uml .liiliu
1. t'olhuru under tlni Hi in namu of John
1-. Lulburii iv Co. luu Imoii iIUmiIvuI by
iiiniuiil fouwnit and limitation of time.
I hi; luisim-M will he muled on by John P.
I olhtiru to whom all the ium'L ol Mild Una
U'louu and all iloliU iluu urn to Iki paid,
ami who tismnie till the lliiulllilo of bald
una, pjiB.j juhn v, UULIHJUN,
Honolulu, Jiuiuyo, tcux