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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1. 1803.
To Ewa Mat.
Leave Pearl City
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS,
Frosh frozon oystors at llio Boavor
M. Goldberg ia soiling out his
men's clothing at cost.
A first-class saddle horso is for
salo. Sco advertisement.
A genuine cloaranco salo in all
departments at M. Goldberg's.
A list of oiHcors of Wm. G. Irwin
& Co., (L'd), appears in another col
The S. S. Australia will bo duo to
morrow morning with throe days
THEY TWAIN ARE ONE.
PAOA, HAS A BTORY.
Tidos, Bun and Moon.
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Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather,
hazy; wind, light northeast; stoam
or Lohua oil port.
D. M. Kcawo was arrested this
afternoon with two rolls of Iuseo
opium in liis possession.
Tlie burly nativo woman who was
taken to the insane Asylum on auu-
was roleaseu to-day, as
New Moon on the l.ttli at ill. 10m. u. m.
Time Whistle blow sat lb. 23m. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which is tho same us 12U. Om.
0s. of Urcenwlcb time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1893.
Wednesday, July 12.
Am tern Allen A., Sehage, 18 days, from
Stmr Waimanalo from Koolau
Stmr Lchua for Hamakua
Wednesday, July 12.
Br bk Sharpshooter for Eureka
For Kauai per stmr Mikahala, July 11
Miss Pindar, Miss Wodehouse, Miss May
Bailey, Dr Howard, L M Znmwalt, E
Flohr. J Blackhall, Albert Trask, Ah Wai
and wife, and 30 deck.
There are two American terns in port at
present, the Glendale and the Allen A.
In the construction of seven large ships,
the Cramps, in Pennsylvania, are employ
ing four thousand men.
Some of the U. S. S. Boston's men en
gaged in qnick-firing exercises this morn
ing. They fired at a target placed on the
The new White Star Liner Gigantic, now
being built at Belfast by Harland & Wollf,
is to Te 700 feet in length, surpassing, for
the first time the Great Eastern, which
was 680 feet long.
It was pretty dull along the city front
to-day. The bark Ceylon is awaiting su-
ar at tho Kinau wnarf the barkentino
'lanter at the Inter-Island wharf, the bark
Andrew Welch at the Custom House
wharf, and the Routenbeck and W. H.
Talbot in the stream.
The American tern Allen A., Captain
Sehage master, arrived early this morning
18 days from Eureka, Cal., with 370,000 feet
of lumber consigned to Allen eft ltoulnson.
Captain Sehage reports light northeast
winds the first part of the passage, then
fine weather to port. Did not sight a sin
gle sail all the way. The skipper is uccoiu
S anted by his wife and family. The tern
ocked at the Alton & Itobinson wharf.
MACAULEY In this city, July 11, Mrs.
Macauley, relict of the late B. Maeau-ley.
Tho Kapuukolo tug-of-war team
aro willing to pull with tho Hono
lulu Iron Wovks toam at a limited
Tho lodging of a compositor on
tho Star was entered tho other night
and 60 in English sovereigns stolon.
Tho loss was not reported.
Tho U. S. flagship baud serenaded
Mrs. Skerrott, wife of Admiral Sker
rott, and daughters, at tho Hawaiian
Hotel yostorday evoniug.
Captain Corbott of tho local foot
ball team has sent a challenge to the
U. S. S. Boston for a gamo with tho
oggsnapeu leat tier next week.
Builders, keep your weather oyo
open. Jamos V. Morgan will auc
tion off 1000 barrels White Bros.
Portland cement on Friday, July 14.
To-morrow evening tho Hawaiian
band will play at tho Hotel for tho
pleasuro of passengers arriving by
the Australia and of tho public in
Mr. W. M. Cunningham, of tho
Anchor Saloon, presented Mr. Chas.
B. Wilson with a valuable gold watch
and chain yesterdaj-, to replace tho
one stolen tho night previous.
The only placo in tho city where
a refreshing hot or cold bath can bo
obtained is at J. T. Ashworth's
barbor shop on King street, close to
the Metropolitan meat market.
KaToi, a thirtoen-yoar old girl, left
hor own father to hvo with a fostor
fathor. Tho foruiur had hor confin
ed in tho Police Station this after
noon, until sho decides to return.
All tho cases on tho District Court
calendar this morning were remand
ed to future dates. G. Pahupu, for
deserting his wife, was discharged,
the parties having beon reconciled.
Messrs. Ordway and Porter aro
busy as bees arranging tho large
stock of furniture lately received
from tho Coast for their newly open
ed store in tho Itobinson block, llo
tol street. Pop in and see some of
their up-to-date designs in furni
ture. Tho Hawaii Baseball Association
will hold its annual meeting at 4
o'clock this afternoon. Tho main
object of tho meeting will be-to elect
a now manager in pliu'o of Mr. Chas.
T. Wilder, recently appointed Ha
waiian Consul at tho Coast, and to
consider tho matter of dividends.
Tho Pacific Wheelmen elected tho
following officers at their regular
monthly meeting yesterday evening:
President, M. Phillips; Secretary
and Treasurer, W. M. Bush; Captain,
H. A. Giles; Lieutenant, T. P. Cum
: urins. Tho membership roll of tho
club will bo on exhibition in the
Pacific Hardware Co.'s window in a
Tho National Iron Work3.
Marriago of Hiss Susan Alice Young
to Br. R. "W. Anderson.
Central Union Church wore a fes
tal appoaranco last night, with its
interior adorned for tho marriages of
Dr. II. W. Audorson and Miss Susau
Alico Young. Tho front of tho audi
torium looked liko a conservatory
with palms, forns and othor plants
on and about tho platform. Sprigs
of forn deckod tho organ pipes and
luxuriant vino wreaths friugod tho
choir loft. Silk ribbons twined with
delicate creon tendrils fell from
oithor side of tho arch to tho choir
railing. Aloft to tho right of tho
platform swung a massivo festoon of
golden shower gathored in a tennis
not, making a beautifully offoctivo as
well as novol docoration.
Eight o'clock was tho hour fixed
for t ho ceremony, and by that time
a largo congregation had assembled,
including many guests by invitation.
Prof. J. Q. Wood and Mr. E. Bonuor
woro tho ushors. Mr. F. M. Wake
fiold was soatod at the organ and
for more than a quarter of an hour
before tho coromony regaled tho
pooplo with selections on that in
As tho bride's party ontorod by tho
loft aisle and tho groom's party by
tho right, tho organist played tho
Lohengrin bridal march. Tnobrido
was loaning oil tho arm of hor father,
Mr. Aloxi Young, and preceded by
Miss Young and Miss Vida, brides
maids, and MissBortha Young, maid
of honor. Dr. Anderson was attend
ed by his best man, Mr. W. Portor
Boyd, United States Vice Consul
Goueral, and conducted to tho front
by tho ushors. Rev. E. G. Beekwith,
D. D., pastor of Central Union, unit
ed tho couple in tho beautiful cere
mony of tho American Episcopal
Church. Tho groom repeated tho
words that gave him a life partner
in tones clear enough to bo heard in
the fartliost recess of the gallones.
At the close of tho impressive cere
mony the party departed by tho
right aisle direct to their carriages.
Mr. Wakefiold saluted tho stately
procession with tho noblo strains of
Mendelssohn's wedding march.
Beautifully and becomingly ar
rayed in a gown of white corded silk,
trimmed with lace and lilies of the
vallov, and wearing tho usual veil
with a head piece of lilies of tho
valley, tho bride was tho admiration
of all boholdors. Tho couplo was a
handsome one boyond the conven
tional significance of the term. With
tho bridesmaids in pink silk, carry
ing boufmots of pink carnations, and
tho maid of honor in an empire
gown of croam crapo over silk, carry
ing a bouquet of yellow rosos, the
bridal procession was exceedingly
pretty. It was joined on retiring by
Mrs. Young on hor husband's arm
and the othor members of thoir
'Mr. and Mrs. Young gavo an "at
MontDors of tho Press Not Permitted
to Got It at Firsthand.
Paoa, tho lopor who was captured
by Doputy Sheriff Stolz at Kalalau,
is said to report a vory different
story from that which lias boon pub
lished in tho papors. Stolz took
him'unawaroB in tno valloy and thoy
had a tusslo, Paoa was ovorpoworod
and a riflo was taken from him. Ho
w.in f nil v nr mod and if tho Denutv
Sheriff had not como on him so sud-1
donly ho would not havo boon
caught, Stolz then ordered Paoa
to load him to Koolau's hiding
placo. Paoa rofusod and then Stolz
began kicking and pushing him
along, up to wlioro Stolz was shot.
Paoa also has told a fow that tho
soldier burned Koolau's house to
tho grounds, whon thoy found it.
Owing to tho above mentioned re
ports a Bulletin roportor called on
Mr. Jno. Ena, mombor of tho Board
of Health, at tho Intor-Island Co.'s
ofiico this morning, and askod that
goutloman if ho would grant tho
representative a permit to interview
Paoa tho leper, at tho Receiving
Station. Mr. Ena stated ho would
havo .to confer with his colleague,
Mr. J. O. Carter, and roquostod tho
roportor to call again in about half
an hour. At tho appoiutod time tho
representative was told that after
duo consideration they had como to
tho conclusion not to allow any re
presentatives of tho press to publish
Paoa's story, just at this time while
tho expedition is still at Kalalau.
Thoy thought it an improper aud
unfit time. This was given with all
duo respect to tho Bulletin staff.
Hearings in Probate at Circuit Court
Mary Ellen Gay, widow, and Her
mann Focko havo been appoiutod
by Judge Whiting as executrix aud
executor of the last will of James
Gay of Waialua. C.Brown for peti
The petition of F. A. Schaofer for
probato of tho will of Andre Alexan
dre Carniot, late of Molokai, was
partly hoard this morning by Judge
'Whiting, and owing to the absence
of a witness was continued to a fu
ture day. F. M. Hatch for peti
tioner. Next Saturday tho jury for tho
August term of tho Circuit Court
will bo drawn.
The first anpoal caso from Edward
Hore, tbxs now District Magistrate of '
Waialua, has been received at tho j
Clerk's ofiico. A woman for dosort- ;
ing her husband was sentenced to 10 '
days' imprisonment aud sho appeal-1 0c'u
oa. W. A. Kinney lor the prosecu
tion; C, W. Ashford for dofondant.
The now iron works situated on
Queen street, near tho Enterprise
planing mill, started operations to
day. Mr. J. C. White, who lias had
a largo and varied experience as a
practical engineer in this and othor
countries, is at the head of. tho con
cern, aud ho will bo' ably seconded
by Mr. Goorgo Hitman, who is also
well and favorably known to this
community. Tho National Iron
,Works is the name adopted for the
now foundry. Particular attention
1 will bo dovoted to tho designing and
manufacture ol all kinds ol maclun-
homo" in honor of thoir daughter's
marriago, from 8:30 to 10:30, at thoir
residence, King street. There was
a very largo invitation list and tho
spacious mansion was crowded with
guests. The rooms were richly deco
rated with plants and flowors. In
tho parlor whore tho couplo received
the felicitations of tho guosts there
woro lovely festoons of fresh jasmine
vines; palms and forns woro placed
to advantage at ovory turn, and
fragrant bouquets wore effectively
disposed about tho room. Tho cou
plo stood beneath a canopy of pink
and white silk gauze trimmed with
jasmino vinos. Some magnificent
pond lilies attracted much atten
tion in tho drawing room opposite.
Within the house was brilliant with
electric light, and tho grounds woro
radiant from colored lanterns. Tho
l Hawaiian band placed during tho
reception, under tho glow of an arc
light. It gavo some of the finest
old tunes of "bonnio Scotland" in
honor of tho host aud hostess.
Presents in variety and many of
richness woro exhibited in a roar
room. Among tho most attractive
were . a handsome gold watch and
chain from "father," a sewing ma
chine from "mother," a magnificent
piano lamp with onyx stand, many
articles in silvor plato, and beautiful
carving sots. There wore works of
art also aud pretty souvenir spoons,
besides cheques for $100 to .$25 whoro
with to buy gifts of tho bride's own
Refreshments woro served of most
rolishablo quality and in such abun
dauco that when tho hundreds of
guosts had boon treated tho tc'ibles
whereon tho dainties woro spread
seomod scarcely to have boon dis
turbed. Tho young socioty friends
Installation of Officers.
Excelsior Lodge, No. 1, 1. 0. 0. F.,
C. J. Fishol, D.D.G.S., assisted by E.
Hingloy, P.G., J. C. Lorenzon, P.G.,
F. .1. Wilhelm, P.G., acting as grand
officers, installed tho following offi
cers yesterday ovouiug:
N.G., F. P. Mclntyro.
V.G., W. D. Alexander, Jr.
Socretary L. L. La Pierre, P.G.
Treasurer, J. Mort Oat, P.G.
Wardon, Wm. Ross.
C, Chas. Frazior.
R.S.N.G., J. J1. Locker, P.D.D.G.S.
L.S.N.G., E. Hingloy, P.G.
R.S.V.U., lioo. Allwoin.
R.S.S., A. Myhre.
L.S.S., E. M. Marshall.
P.G., Geo. Johnson.
D.D.G.S. C. J. Fishol, assisted by
Past 'Grands F.J. Wilhelm, J. C.
Lorenzon, H. H. Williams and E.
Hinglo', acting as grand officers, in
stalled tho followiug officers of
Harmony Lodgo, No. 8, I. O. O. F,.,
Monday night, viz.:
D. P. Lawrence, N. G.; Albert
Lucas, V.G.; Goorgo Turner, Secre
tary; J. A. Magoou, P.G., Treasurer;
M. Hartman, W.; M. Schloiss, C; C.
F. Horrick, I.G.;- F. J. Wilhelm, P.
G., R.S.N.G.; D. T. Bailey, L.S.N.G.;
H. H. Williams, P.G., Chaplain.
Mra. Mary E. (VFallon
of riijua, 0., taji tho Phr
lolnns nro Aatonlnhed,
and look at ber like ono
Raised from the Dead
Long and Terrible Illness
from Blood Poisoning
Completely Cured by JIood'B
Mrs. Mary E. O'Fallon, a very Intelligent
tody of l'lqua, Ohio, was potioned while as
sisting physicians at an autopsy 5 yo&rs ago,
and soon terrible ulcers broke out on hor
head, arms, tonguo and throat, ncr hair all
camo out. Sho weighed but 78 lbs., and saw
no prospect ol help. At last sho begad to
tako Hood's Sarsaparllla and at once lnv
proTcd; could soon got out of bod and walk.
Bhe says: " I became perfectly ourcd by
and am now a well woman. I weigh 128 lbs.,
eat well and do tho work for a largo family.
My case seems a wonderful recovery and
physicians look at mo In astonishment, u
almost like one rnlaed from the dead."
HOOD'S PILLS iliould bo In erery fimlly
tnedlcln choit. Once uied. alwayi preferred.
HOMtON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
Sao Fort Street, Honolulu..
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
. BIG CUT IN PRICES!
Night Dresses, our 1 quality for Stic.
Night Dresses, our 1 .25 quality for $1.
Night Dresses, our 2 quality for $1.00.
White Skirts, 1 rufile for 40c.
White Skirts, 3 ruffles for 65c.
White Skirts, Uounce with lace edge for 80c.
Chemises, extra quality for JOc.
Chemises, torchon lace and embroidery for GOc.
Chemises, embroidery trimmed, extra quality
3?- These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -g
NEW COTTAGE NO. I.
CONTAIN 1NO FIVE ROOMS,
l'niuries to Kitchen and
Dininc-room. Kitrhon nnd Din-
inir-rooni iloorf liaiuled. other rooms hand
somcly papered and finished; Patent W.
C, Bathroom, Servants' Koom. Woodroom,
Chicken Himso und Yard. Tho Grounds
properly cultivated, containing Fruit Trees,
Shrubs and Flowers. These nremUesnrc
locatud one block from Beretaum street and
one mile from town. Can be leased bv a
good partv at a reasonable rent TO SIIT
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block,, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW COTTAGE NO. II.
ONTAINING SIX llOOMS,
Of Course Sou Bead
Tho testimonials frequently pub
lished in this paper relating to
Hood's Sarsaparilla. Thoy aro from
reliable people, state simple facts,
and show v boyond a doubt that
Hood's Cures. Why don't you try
this medicine? Be sure to get
Constipation, and all troubles with
tho digestive organs and the nvor,
aro cured oy Jloous i'Uls.
equalled as n dinner pill.
cony, interior of house hand
somely grained anu papered. Kitchen and
Dining-room lloors painted, l'anor floor
carpeted, other lloors maited nnd oil
cl'ithed, nil new. House sets up seven feet
from ground enclaed all around, Win
dows, Doors, etc. Two J'atent W. C's,
Uathroom, Washroom, Servants' Rooms,
Tool Koom, Chicken House and Yard,
Large Carriage Houve and Stable with
rooms upstairs. Any amount of Fruit
Trees, Grapes and Mowors, largo Lawn
and Grounds under proper cultivation.
Location same as House No. 1 and samo
terms to a gdod party at price TO SUIT
N. B. All waste water from sink, etc.,
is carried through pipes to large brick
J. A. Magoou.
Office or to
E. B. THOMAS,
Please correct the following error
in figures in my letter of yesterday:
In last paragraph but two for "one
ninth of tho earth's surface" read
"one-sixth." Makee AuruNi.
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uiv uuuucu 111 uumcu iiiuusm. , forco at tho ehuroh aud tbo
nuuit u cuuuu iiuiifi;i&, uiimui uu
presses, sisal, ramie and pine apple
leaf strippers, etc. Tho Bulletin
wishes tho proprietors success iu
thoir now undertaking.
m m mi
Hov. J. A. Oruzan Hoard From.
Row tJ. A. Cniziiu, formerly pastor
of tho Third Congregational Church
in this city, now in Santa Cruz, is
endeavoring to promote a reform in
tho matter of irrovoiouco iu Congre
gational aud other I'rotestuut
churches. Ho claims that lrrovor-
ol manner ami conduct in
church is "peculiarly a Protestant
bin" and is not to bo found iu Catlio-
JTJMPED AN INFORMER.
Thio Japa Assault a Follow Coun
tryman Over a Gamo.
A motley crowd arrived at the
Police Station at 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon, headed by a Japanese
with blood trickling from several
wounds on his aco. An oilicer with
three Japs iu charge came iu later.
Tho injured mau, who is employ
ed as an informer, stated that tho
throo Japs had jumped on him iu
bis houso. and kioked aud struck
him. His loft oyo was closed up, and
blood was dripping from liis'oarB and
Tho fracas ocourrod nonr Manila
ioa street ovor a gambling game,
.and tho throo picked on the informer
or a quarrel with the result just
lie churches. lie charges that
"whispering, giggling, llirting and
gossiping" are vory common with
young people iu the Congregational
churches, homo of (1mm church mem
bers. Pastor Criizan aUo denounces
tho "musical kIuhIi" m popular iu
the churches for many years under
tho name of "gospel hym us, errotic
poetry and jingling hand organ melo
dies." S, J Chronicle,
The Daily JiulUUu it deliveml
carrri or SO w pr month,
Last fall 1 was taken witli a kind
of summer complaint, accompanied '
with a wonder! 11! diarrlui.'a. .Soon
after my wife's sistor, who lives with
us, was'takon iu the same way. We
used almont everything wit hunt
beiielit. Thou I hiiid, let us try
(Jhumlifcrluiu's Colic, Cholera and
Diiurlliua Hcnu'dy, which we did, ,
ami tlmt cured u right awa, 1
think much of it, an it did fur me
what it was recommended to do,
,lnhli llmUler, Hutlinl, JicrU Co,,
i'a. 'J.i and i() cent holt le.s for r.lo
by all dealers, llinmon, Kuiilli K
Co., agents for the Hawaiian luluiidn,
and among tho guests tho following
prominent residents woro noticed:
Presidont S. B. Dole aud wifo, Hov.
Dr. Beekwith and Miss Beekwith,
ov. and Mrs. Alox. Mackintosh,
Mrs. S. M. Damon, Principal and
Mrs. Hosmor of Oaliu College, Pro
fessor V. D. Alexander and wifo, Dr.
N. B. Emerson, Mr. J. Lowers and
wifo, Mr. Paul Neumann and wifo,
Mr. P. O. Jones and wife, Mr. J. A.
Hopper and wife, Mrs. John S.
McGrow, Dr. Potorson and wifo, Mr.
J. M. Davidson, Dr. Lundy and wifo,
Mr. M. P. Itobinson, Mrs. Afong, Mr.
B. P. Dillingham and wifo, Mr. Jus
tico W. P. Prear, Mrs, Lieut. Moore,
Mr. Henry Wntorhouso and wifo, Mr.
J. Mort Oat and wifo, Mr. II. II.
Williams, Mr. II. A. Parmelee aud
wifo, Capt, W. B. Godfrey and wifo,
Col. J. II. .Sopor and wifo, Mr. W. H.
Dimoud and wife, Mrs. James Lyle,
Mr. E. D, Tenuey and wife, Mrs, A.
O. Forbes, Mr. Julius lloting and
wife, Mrs. J. II. Wodohouso, Mr. 11.
W. Severance (U. S. Consul-Cienoral)
and wife, Mr. 11. F. Glade (Gorman
Consul) aud wife, Mous, Vizzavoim
French Commissioner), Mrs. II, W,
.Schmidt, Mr. W. W. Hall and wife,
Col. W. F. Allen und wife, Mr. F. J.
Lowrey and wifo, .Mr. J. A. Magoou
aud wife, Andrew Brown and wife,
Duutu of Mrs, Macauluy,
Mrs, Macauley, relict ol the lato
. Mr. ,S. Macauley, piano tuner, who
hhot himself a fow weeks ago, died
at llh!!0 o'clock last night, at her
residence, Alalioa Mroot. Kvur since
the fatal shooting she hud been con
lined to Iter bed. Death hud not
been unexpected, The funeral took
ilueo tliW afternoon,
,fOno of my customers camo in to
day and askod me for tho best cough
medicine I had," says Low Young, a
prominent druggist of Nowman
Grove, Nob. "Of courso I showed
him Chamberlain's Cough Komedy,
and ho did not ask to see any other.
I havo never yet sold a medicine
that woulu loosen ana relievo a se
vere cold so quickly as that Iteinedy
does. I have sold four dozens of it
within tho last sixty days and do
uot know of a single case whoro it
failed to give tho most perfect satis
faction." 50 cent bottles for salo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agonts for the Hawaiian Islands.
Insurauco Doubly Sure. Primus
"Thoy say Parsous showed rare pre
sence of mind when tho fire broko
out." SocunduB "Ho did. Ho
wouldn't lot tho uoighbors savo any
of his furniture."
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON ALL KINDS
of Brick, Iron. Stone and Wooden
Buildings. All kinds of Jobbing in the
building trade attended to. Keeps forsalo:
Brick, Lime, Cement, Iron Stone Pipe and
Fittings. Old and New Corrugated Iron,
Minton Tiles, Quarry Tiles, ussorted sizes
and colors; California and Monterey Sand,
Granite Curbing ami Klocks, etc., etc.
M Otllce and Yard : Corner King and
Smith streets. Office Hours: H to 12 a.m.,
ltolr.M. Telephones: Bell 351; Mutual
417. Kesidenoe: Mutual 110. 1'. O. Box
117. ,, 7H2-tf
Between Alakea and Richards Streets.
THK UNDEHSIOXr.I) -AUK PK1C
pared to muke all kinds of Iron,
Brass, Bronze, Zinu, Tin and Lf-ad Cat
ings. Also a aenurnl Hupalr Shop fur
Strum Knglnes, llico Mills, Corn MI1U,
Water Wh.-uls. Wind JMIIn.oto. Machines
for the Cleaning of I'oHY-e, Castor Oils,
Beans, Ilaiuie, Bimil, Pineapple Leaves and
other Fibrous Plants and Paper Stock,
Also Machines for Extracting Starch from
the Manioc, Arrow Hoot, uto,
gW All orders promptly attended to
Priestman Oil Engine
6 Horse Power. Kims with Ordinary
Kerosene Oil without Boiler or Fur
nace. Cost to run very small
as compared witli steam.
lillJlw JTMliT rr i
Etc, Etc., Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO 8KCOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KKPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & JPORTEK,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
BELL TELEPHONE 525.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 015.
Just Opened a Large Line
Can bo seen in motion utniv Ware
house, Queen street.
705-1 m KOBT. CATTON.
WHITE, RITMAN & CO.
DR. J. UCHIDA,
Physician and Surgeon
NO. a KUKUI LANE.
Bell Telephone 535
dr, :m. goto,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Sell Telephone 188.
Can be consulted ut his residence at Keone
ula, un tho inuuK'u side of King Street, und
Luasidu of Lillha btreel, house formerly
oceupiuii iy Air. u. it. iiusua. ho-ti
AT A MEETING OPTJIE WHEOTOKB
of thu Mutual Telephone Co, hold
this date, u dividend of 1' our (!) Percent
uu thu Capital Ktoek was deuliired, payuhlu
Immediately ut the ollleo of
U. O. BEHGEU,
Honolulu, July 8, HS9.1, 77'.Mw
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Lgices in sill "Wid-tELs,
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
The Popular German Dry Goods Store,
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS
IB. IF". IBIECIILiIEIRS Sd GO.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MELTING OK THE
Ktoiikholdors of Wm, U. liiwiN.fcCo,,
(L'n), held ut lis ollleo on Wednesday,
July I'.', I8!M, thu follow inu'KuMloineu were
i ro-ulootud to turvu a illlleera during the
ensuing year, vU:
W. 0, lrwlli.. . . . President ,t .MuiiUBer
! Chins Hiiri'ofti'jH ..Uro.l'rusldniit
i W. M. lilllunl.. TrriisuriTifcHourutiiry
T, 0. Porter ....Auditor
W. M. (ill'I'Altl),
I Hi'iTitliirv W. U. I, it Co., L'd.
rN JULY Sin
A DKNTAL KHATKlt-
Itv Hold Phi, star shape; owners
mime on haet,. Two Deltas and one Biguia
on faeo bet with Itubles mid luniuiilke.
Print; t" "r' " ' Moore, Arlington iiouo,
nnd roeelvo reward. 77'--lw
99 PORT STREET.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GJIKAT VAUIKTY
INDIA DIMITY IN WIIITK and COLOKKO-Jiut suitable for this climate.
KNOTTKD BW1HS-A very pretty line; entirely new.
FIG-UBED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
POO OHOO PONOKK-OKKAT N0VKLT1KB
Silk.a.line etnei "Villa, Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
t$T Dressmaking Under the Management ol MISS K. OLAIUC.
17M10M AND Al'TKU TII1BDATK. NO
J. PnlulH ulll lie reeelved hy the Oulni
6l vid a mimfi,
v. Lund Co. lor shliimulit unle.
OAHU 1UII.WAY fi LAND CO,
II. V, 1)1 I.I.I Ml II AW, (leiierul AUluifer.
Honolulu, July Hi, IWXI, ' P7Ww
iViM fol iriiliit f i'h llullftin Ojjict,
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World,"
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
g$f I'liv ril;ii mi nil kinds ol,lin.uruuco Properly Ulu ut Current lllk ly
J. S. WAX.TSTFTR,
WWiu Aclliyj AijojU fur thu Hawaiian UlHiula.