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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
PIIOM AND AFTEK JUNK 1, 1803.
To Bwa Mill.
Lea vo Pearl City
Arrive Ewa Mill
Leave Ewn Mill.,..
Leavo Pearl City...
A. Saturdays only,
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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5 25 (1 40 S 10
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5 25. 0 45 4 24
5 2ft' 0 45 7 35
6 20 0 45! 8 24
5 27' 0 45 0 08
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8 50' 10 30,
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7 20 11 SO 1 20
Now Moon on tho 13th lit 2h. 10m. n. in.
Tlino Whistle blow a ut 111. 28m. 31a. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is the snmo ns 12h. Urn.
0s. of Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, JULY 14, 1893.
Friday, July 14.
Stmr W G Hall from Hawaii and Maul
Friday, July 14.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, for San Fran
cisco Brit bk Routenbeck, Itusscl, for Royal
Roads, B C
Stmr Lehua for Hamakua
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr W G Hall 1099 bags sugar, 40 bags
UU1IUQ, X1U uugs UWU, -iO uius mues, 1
horse, 20 head cattle, 3 calves, 20 pigs
and 75 pkgs sundries.
From Maui andHawaii per stmr G W
Hall, July 14 From Volcano: H M Yer
rington and wife, G Dornin and wife.
Way ports: E V Fuller, K M Fuller, Dr
W T Monsarrat, wife, child and servant, E
Barthrop.G MeQuaid, A T Atkinson, V
Goodness, J Brown, Misses Speckman (3),
TiGay, L Chong, O Hoopor, Miss Hooper,
J Makulnai, M Koss and boy, W Berlow
ltz, W Lanz and 02 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
6 S Warrimoo, from Vancouver, July 21
S S Mariposa, Hayward, from San Fran
cisco, July 27
SB Monowal, Carey, from the Colonies,
S S Oceanic, from Hongkong and Yoko
hama, July 17
S S City of Rio do Janeiro, from Hong
kong and Yokohama, July 25
SB City of New York, from Hongkong
and Yokohama, July 31
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, duo
Bktno Klikitat, from Puget Sound, due
Br bk Ladstock from Liverpool, due July
Ger bk J C Pflugor, from Bremen, duo Oct
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
feAin ship Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am echr Transit .from Ban Francisco
Am schr Olga from Tacoma
Tbe steam or Wnialeale is expected
morrow morning irom ntinmiuiu.
Tho British bark Koutenbeck, Cant
Russol, cleared for Koyul Kuadb. B. Cf.,
" day in ballast.
Tho American bark Coylon, Captain
Calhoun, sailed for San Francisco to-day
with a light cargo of 10,080 bags sugar,
weighing 1,203,301 pounds, and valued at
tW,039.12. Tho shippers wero: O. Brewer
& Co., F. A. Schaefor & Co., T. H. Davies
& Co., and C. & O.
OSBORNE In this city, July 18, of la
grippe, Ritta L. Osborne, aged 10 years.
Tho P. G. baud will give a
public concert at Emma Square
this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Tho
following program will bo rondored:
March The Volunteers Mutiu
Overturo Caliph of Bagdad.
r maie uarnion
Selection Grand Duchess
Overture Mansuniollo. , , ,
waltz Tho Roses
Quadrille Madame Augot Lecoeij
"Ono of my customors camo in to
day aud asked mo for tho bost cough
inedicino I had," says Low Young, a
promiuont druggist of Nowinan
urovo, Nob, "Of course I showed
him Chamberlain's Cough Kerned',
aud ho did not ask to seo any other.
I have novor yot sold a modicino
that would looson and roliovo a bo
vero cold bo quickly na that Itomody
does. I have bold four dozens of it
within tho last sixty days aud do
not know of a single case whoru it
fnilfirl ii irivik Mm iiw.ut .n.riw.t ut.ll.j
,,, ,, " """
juuuun. UU cent uomes ior saio v
ttir (.onion. Benson, Smith & Co.,
ugouta for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Subtoribe or thn Daily Hullrtin, 60
ui per month,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Hot and cold baths at Ashworth's
M. Goldberg is soiling out his
moil's clothing at cost.
A valuablo pioco of land at Iwiloi
is for salo. Road advt.
A gonuino cloarauco salo in all
departments at M. Goldberg's.
Carl Willing, ox-nursoryman, is
now a sorgcant in tho P. G. army.
Four pasaongors arrived by tho
W. G. Hall this afternoon from tho
Of G8 deaths in Juno, 15 wcro of
children under one year, and seven
from one to iivo.
Purser White of tho stoamor W.
G. Hall reports "tho Volcano active,
and plenty of ram in Kau."
J. M. Monsarrat offers a number
of desirable houses and lots for sale
or lease. Road advertisomont.
To-day is tho 101th auuivorsary of
tho fall of tho Bastilo. Consular
flags are flying. Salutes wero fired
vicinity of tho
wore heard in tho
Bay Viow Resort bo
1 o'clock Wednesday
twoen 12 and
L. J. Lovoy will hold a salo of
foods belonging to tho estate of D.
L Crowley to-morrow (.Saturday),
at 10 a. in.
Two Chinese opium smokers wore
fined $60 aud S50 respectively in the
District Court this morning for in
dulging in the weed.
Dr. W. T. Monsarrat, wife and
family are in town again. Thoy re
lumed from Hawaii on tho steamer
W. G. Hall this afternoon.
Mr. E. W. Fuller returned from a
short vacation at Kau, on the steam
er W. G. Hall and will leavo on the
S. S. Australia for tho Coast.
Dr. M. E. Grossman, D. D.S., hav
ing returned from the Coast, has re
sumed tho practice of his profession
at his old office on Hotel street.
The P. G. band will give a concert
at Emma Square this oveniug in
commemoration of tho 101th anni
versary of tho fall of the Bastilo.
The Japs who assaulted an in
former on Wednesday wore tried in
tho District Court to-da'. Two
wore found not guilty and Mori was
Accordiug to tho report of Mr. C.
B. Reynolds, agent of tho Board of
Health, thoro wcro twonty-ono
deaths Irom ltillncuza lor the month
Mr. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
General of Schools, returned from a
flying tour of inspection in tho Kona
and Kau districts on tho steamer W.
G. Hall this afternoon..
Little Ritta L. Osborne, ton-year-old
daughter of Mrs.H. H. Williams,
died of la grippe last night. Tho
funoral took place from tho resi
dence, Hotel street, this afternoon.
Tho house of Ah Yum, steward of
the steamer Iwalaui, situated near
tho Chinese wash house, was entered
last night by burglars, who got off
with S3 in cash, a silver watch, a pair
of pants and a bunch of keys.
Dr. Grossman, who was absent on
tho Coast for sis weeks, returned by
tho steamer Australia accompanied
by Mr. J. E. Grossman, his brothor,
who comes to take charge of a coffee '
plantation at Olaa on the Volcano i
The celebrated Lewis Combina
tion Spra' Pump may bo had at )
greatly reduced prices at tho Hawai- ,
ian Hardware Co. For spraying I
trees aneoleu by tho olignt tins is
tho best pump for distributing tho
Private Schussler of Co. A loft on
tho steamer Iwalaui on Monday to
help reinforce tho Kalalau expedi
tion. The wholo oxpodition returned
yesterday, and as soon as ho got off
duty Schussler made for a saloon
and last night landed in the cooler.
Tho grand slaughter of summer ported from tho Colonies aud wore
nock wear has commenced at H. S. ' oHered t public auction at tho
Trogloan & Son. Thoy otter some ! Arlington dining room on Wednos
of tho biggest bargains in this lino ! d,ay morning. Action was taken at
that have over been offered to tho ' the instance of general merchants
Honolulu public. An early call is i f Honolulu.
necessary in order to secure the pick. , Mr. Murphy, with the auctioneer
j ho employed, Mr. J. F. Morgan, and
Thirty-nine aud a half tons of j Mr. Cecil Brown, counsel, appeared
drapery. belonging to the assigned in tho District Court to-day., Mr.
estate of McKovott & Co., Mel-, Murphy had secured a liconso yos
boumo and Belfast, will bo auction-, tordaj', aud this fact being stated to
od off, without, reserve, by L. J. tho Court a nolle pros, was eutorod.
Lovoy at the old Arlingtou dining I -
room, to-morrow ovoning (bnturuay;
at 7 o'clock. Kosorvod seats for
Enoka, ton years of ago, was ar
rested yesterday for stealing a pioco
of crapo valued at $1.23, tho proper
ty of a Chiuo.su storekeeper on Ntui
auii slreot. This morning ho plead
od guilty to a charge of larceny in
tho fourth degree, aud was ben
teuced to six mouths in the Reform
It is suggested that tho Hawaiian
Jockey Club might mako provision
for a low events, to supplement tho
match race between Lord Brock and
Duko Sponcer on September 2.
Thoro aro many horaos from tho
Maui races that could bo kept in
training to mako an afternoon of it,
provided sulUcient uncouragoment
Principal M. M. Scott of Eorl
streut School was preonted this
morning, on tho occasion of tho ter
minal examination., witli a hand
some gold-heailiid cano by the pu
pils. Tho. stick is kauwila wood aud
tho head is iiihcribcd, ".M. M. Scott,
Honolulu, MM." I'rof. Scott wann-
j ly thanked the douorb, in his re-
marliH baying wiiuu no way a small
boy I ho toaeiiur gave tho cano to I lie
nipilri, iiistoail ol the pupils giving
'.. ... . i .....i...
' u l" U,UZZ!.
rpi,0 ,. wi,0
was "uiovud to
tonrrt" ('omplalnu of the dummioss
of Ihu premibes, aud wishes to bo
moved baolt again.
QUEEN'S HOSPITAL MEETING.
Now Trustooa Electod for tho
Buing Bionninl Poriod.
Tho bionuial meeting of tho mora
bors of tho Quoon's Hospital corpor
ation took place in tho Ghnmbor of
Commcrco room at 10" o'clock this
morning, a full attendance boing
present. Mr. J. I. Dowsett occupied
tho chair. After tho reading of tho
secretary's report, tho treasurer's
report was road, showing a balanco
of Sllrfl.70 duo tho treasurer. Tho
Ministor of Interior's appointment
of trustees representing tho Govern
ment was commuuicatod, thoy boing
as follows: Mossrs. A. S. Cleghorn,
W. G. Irwin, C. Bolto, C. M. Cooko
and H. W. Sohmidt..
Tho society then elected now
trusteos as follows: Rev. A. Mackin
tosh, Mossrs. O. P. Inukoa, T. May,
C. L. Carter aud E. IT. Bishop.
A committee of five, consisting of
H. A. Widomanu, J. H. Pnty, Rev.
A. Mackintosh, H. W. Schmidt and
C. M. Cooko, was appointed to mako
an endeavor to secure more life
mombors at a subscription of 50
each. Tho mooting adjourned.
Immediately aftor adjournment
tho Board of Trustees held a moot
ing, whon tho treasurer's semi-annual,
tho physician's quarterly aud tho
visiting committee's reports wore
Tho oxocutive committee reported
that the Bishop wing is being added
to the Queen's Hospital under con
struction by Harrison Bros. Miss
Harris has been engaged as a night
nurse. Tho following officers wero
elected: F. A. Schaofor, Secretary;
J. H. Paty, Treasurer; M. P. Robin
son, Auditor. Executive Commit
tee J. H. Paty, A. S. Cleghorn, J.
T. Wnterhousoj Jr., F. A. Schaofor
and M. P. Robinson.
C. L. Carter offered a resolution
to lay now woolen carpets on tho
lower floors of tho now Bishop wing.
Adopted. That gentleman also
made report about tho nurses, laun
dry, etc., aud submitted that a com-
nntteo of threo bo appointed to in-
vostigate tho matter and report at
tho next meeting of tho Trustees. '
Tho following committee was ap- I
pointed: C. L. Carter, C. P. Iaukoa
aud J. B. Athorton.
The visiting committoo for tho
next quartor are: C. Bolto, E. F.
Bishop aud M. P. Robinson. Tho
meeting adjourned at 11:30 o'clock.
PEOPLE WHO WIIiL LEAVE.
Passenger List Booked for tho O. S.
Tho following passengers aro book
ed at the ollico ol W. G. Irwin & Co.,
Ld., for passage to San Francisco
by tho S. S. Australia sailing nost
O. Maertens, J. Maorlons, W. D.
Gilford, O. B. Spalding, E. W. Ful
ler, Dr. Ltindy, F. C. Athorton, W.
L. Hopper, Judge W. F. Frear, Alex.
Athorton, C. M. Cooke, C. M. Cooke,
Jr., ltobt. Halstoad aud wife, J. H.
Lqvojoy, W. W. Burner, Mrs. Sayers,
Max Kauffinan, Miss Broughtou, F.
F. Baldwin, .H. O. Carter, A. V.
Van Valkenborg, A. F. Judd, Jr.,
.las. Judd, E. Bovorly Colo, B. C.
Kouyon, E. B. Eodmayne, G. W.
I Darwiu and wifo, Thos. J. Burke, J.
I A. Scott and wife, H. M. Yorington
and wife, Master Yorington, J. C.
I Burns and wifo, Miss May Damon,
Mrs. E. K. Moore, Mrs. J. N. Robin
I son, Miss L. Boy,' Prof. M. M. Scott,
' Prof. Vood, Miss Helen Hopper,
I Miss Bernice Halstoad, A. Horbert,
Rev. J. Goddard, C. W. Kogg, Mrs.
Wall, Mrs. L. W. Smittou, Prof.
Hosmer and wife, Miss Bachelor,
Mr. Braunschwoigor, Miss Braunch
woigor. TAKES OUT A LICENSE.
Mr. Murphy Disarms ProBocution for '
Vi61atinfj tho Merchant Act. i
A summons was issued on Wod-
I nesday afternoon citing Mr. J. P. i
Murphy, agent for tho assignee of
tho estate of McKovott & Co., of I
Melbourne and Belfast, to appear
bofor'o tho District Court on Friday
to show cause why ho should not bo
fined for soiling goods without a
liceuso. Tho goods wore lately im-
Now Departure in Shirts.
Having made nrrangomonts with
an extensive shirt manufacturing
company in San Francihco, M. Gold
berg is now prepared to show a large
and wull assorted line of samples iu
White Shirts, both for full dress and
ordinary wear; also iu lino Madras
Cloths, I'orcalos, Flannels, and lino
French Piques. Aonll will convince
you that it will pa' to have your
shirts niado to order at popular
Whisky for Whalors.
On tho Oceanic dock aro Jifty-nino
1 barrels of whisky for consignment
to Honolulu, Tho liquor is undoubt
edly for tho whalors that sail from
that port. It will bo doctored up
I and sold to the Indians in the north
. in all probability. Jt has boon ru-
inured for some time past that liquor
I ha'i found its way north iu this man
i nor, and oven fcomo of tho Oovorn
' inont's otittors havo been accused of
having a finger iu tho deal. S. F,
m m mi
Salo Of Valuable Property.
The lou-io of tho valuablo block of
'land on Queen street, hituatud bo-
I I ween llyman Bros, and L. B. Kerr's
stores, will bu sold by auction to.
morrow (.Saturday) al noon by J mi,
F. Morgan, Tho buildings now
standing on the laud go with (ho
loaso. Thin m a can f
Munim a roomy waiulioubu right
I tho bubluutt con tor of tlio city,
" THAT TIBED FEELING."
Mr. Emmoluth Orders tho Salvation
Army fo Move,
Mr. J. Emmoluth, plumber, tin
smith and mombor of tho P. G.
Councils, ordered tho salvation nrniy
men who hold services at tho noon
hour daily, away from the corner of
Nuunim and Queen streets yestor
day. Mr. Emmoluth told Sam
Knloa, tho loader, that thoy wero
making too much noise, and (hat it
gave him that "tirod feeling." Ho
also told tho army to inovo away
from tho vicinity. Knloa refused to
movo for Mr. Emmoluth, on tho
ground that it was not tho council
Aftor the sorvices. Snm Knloa, who
is a roiormed pugilist, in conversa
tion with his friends stated that ho
was sorely tempted to discard his
priest's coat, and sail into Mr. Emmo
luth with his dukes. Ho said ho
hadn't quito forgotton tho manly
A number of peoplo wero on hand
at noon to-day to seo whether Mr.
Emmoluth would repeat his per
formance of yesterday, but thoy
waited iu vain.
MONEY IN HIS MIND.
Agreeable Hallucination of a Wander
ing Man From China.
A Chiuaman named Ah Wa was
scon prowling around tho city front
yesterday ovoning by several people.
Ho was Jiskod by an otlicor what ho
was doing there, when ho answered
I that ho was taking a "look seo."
! Tho cop invited him to "look see"
tho inside of tho Police Station. At
tho statiou ho was questioned as to
whoro ho came from and what ho
was doing on tho wharf. Ah Wa
stated ho camo from China two
weeks ago on the stoamor Kinau,
aud that ho had sixty 10 gold pieces
up at his house. Ho further said ho
had ninety-live million dollars stored
away at Hamakua. These answers
.led tho police to believe that ho was
insane. Ho was therefore detained
for examination. On being examin
ed by Dr. McWayno to-day, Ah Wa
was declared insane and committed
to tho Asylum.
Didn't Know It Was Loaded. '
Captain Juou aud Detective Tomn
wore talking over a pistol belonging
to the latter yostorday aftoruoo'n,
when Juon pointed tho weapon at
j tho wall in closo proximity to Toma'.s
head, boinonow tho pistol wont oil,
and tho bullet buried itself iu the
woodwork, passing within an inch of
Tonia's oar. ,Juen explained aftor-
1 wards that ho thought tho thing
I wasn't loaded. It wa? a closo call,
j and Toina hasn't got over it yet.
Fifteen minutes after the occurrence
tho detective, pale as a ghost, asked
) to be released for the night, and
, wont home.
A Boy Breaks His Arm.
' Francis B. Joy, a twelvo-ycar old
, lad, mot with a painful accidout on
Wednesday ovoning. Tlie lad was
leading a horse on Liliha street
whon ho tripped and fell. Somehow
' or other his right arm was twisted
behind him, and in falling back ho
came down full force on tho arm,
breaking it about tho elbow. The
boy was picked up and taken to Dr.
' Wood's office for treatment. Tho
doctor sot tho arm and to-day tho
lad is doing as well as might bo ex
For a cut, bruise, burn or scald,
thoro is nothing equal to Chamber-
Iain's Pain Balm. It heals tho parts
more quick!" than any other appli-
cation, ana unless tlio injury is very
severe, no scar is lett. lor salo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agonts for tho Uawaiiau Islands.
0 c.ntx a vwnlh,
1 Hoiii-e and Lot on Liliha street.
'X Lot on Kuaklnl htreut, between Nunanu
nvunue and Liliha street.
3 Iioiue and Lot on the Palaina road.
1 House and Lot on Emma street.
2 House and Lot on Liliha street.
X&- For further particulars, apply to
J. M. MONBAHltAT,
Cartwriglit's Blouk, Merchant stieut.
LAND FOB SALE
Oahtl. a Vnluablu Piece WW
of Laud, i-liiso to lluv. .1. Will- Tlj4
"Paluo's Land!1' Tonus cn-I. .Hmm.
Apply to .1. W. K.AH.MJMIA,
nt Kalihi 1'oi Fnotory.
Orthrougli Roll Tele.ill.i, Mutual Tele. fi77.
.FOR EJLZJB2 1 !
iimairs lirimurtv. and Known as " 1.
1 Family Carriage Horse, Btio
1 Pliaetoii in Good Order,.
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
Now JSui'opaaxa I
100 Elegantly Furnished Rooms
ONLY T1VO 1II.IH h llli'M
Main Eutranco to t)io Fair 1
Hlt!-;ilH li.it 1 1 'IVrraue, Chlingo,
i if i ii Ml (
(o uaics; jipuruayupwaru, uiiiasstiuie.
J, l OOltMAM,
A Boston Dressmaker
All Who Suffer Similarly, Ro
mombor, HOOD'S CURES.
lira. F. W. Varhcr
This lady Is a well-known nnd popular
dressmaker. She says:
"There Is no-nilstako about Hood's 8arsapa
rllla. I wan f to tell how quickly It curon mo of
sour stomach, which had troubled mo for over a
year. I could not even talso a swallow of water
but what I suffered from ilitrcn nnd ncldttjr.
When I began to tako Hood's Sarsanarllla I
could seo good effects Iron tho first throe doses.
I continued until I had taken threo bottles and
Hood's s Cores
have been -nircIr curnl. I clvo this state
ment for tho benefit of others who aro suffering
slinllaily." Mns. F. V. Uaiikeb, 41 Chester
Park, lloston, Mass.
H00D'8 PlLLS wo th licit after-dinner Pllli
uilat dlsestlou. curs headache. Try a box. tie.
HOllROX, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THE Al STKAMSHIP
l -A.TTST :R,.AJL.I .A. ' '
WrM, LKAVK HONOLULU
you tub AtinvE Tout on
Wednesday, July 19th,
Tho undersigned aro now prepared to
Ismio Through Tlulsets from this city to oil
points in thy United State:".
For fuitlier particulars regarding Freight
or Parage apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
77ti-0t General Agents.
PEK S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
Rf fhA KflQlfOl1 nAIAAYI
ilL lllC DuftlUl 0Q.1UU11
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
" QXJE3H5N- STRBJHJT.
Between Alakea and Richards Streets.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE
L pared to mako all kinds of Iron,
lSiass, Broue, Zinc, Tin and Lfnd Cast
ings. Ab-o a General Repair Shop for
Hteain Engines, Rieo Mills," Corn Mills,
Water Wlu-els. Wind Mills, etc. Machines
for tho Cleaning of Colleu, Castor Oils,
HeaiH, Ramie, Hmal, Pineapple, Leaves and
other Fibrous Plants and Paper Stock.
AIm Machines for Extracting Starch from
tho Manioc, Arrow Root, etc.
Sf All orders promptly attended to
WHITE, RITMAN & CO.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
ANN U A L Jl EETINO OK THE
xV atockholders of Wm.
, O, lllWIK it ( ()..
(L'n), held ut its ollleo on Wednesilay,
July I'-', lh'.U, the following gentlemen were
ro-eli'cted to rvo us Olhecrs during the
ensuing year, viz:
V. U. lnvin.. ..
T. C. Porter
Prosident V Manager
. .. Viw-I'resident
Treasurer it Keeretary
.. . . ..Auditor
V. M. OIKKAIU),
Secretary W. O. L.tCo., W
An Al Saddle Horse!
AT A MKKTIN'd OKTIIK J)lllK0TOItB
of tho Mutual Tiilunliouo Co. hold
this dale, a dividiiiid of Four (I) I'uruunt
on tlio Capital Btock was ilccLinal, payahlu
lliiint'dlattdy nt tliu olllcu of
' c. o. liiniunit,
Ilniiiiluln, Julys, I Ml I. 77-lw
liMUJM AND Al'lKII T1IIHDATK, NO
J: I'ivIkIH will Ihi uwivwl by ilmOuliu
Laud Co. fur slilpuiuut unlets
' OAHir ItAILWAY A- LAND CO,
II. 1 Dim. i.Miii M, tlKMeriil MmiiiKOr.
lliinolulii, July It), lo:u. 77!Mw
Jhtily Hullrtin, RQ centt n month,
I ilWirirml (rr,
- For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
BSO iPort Street, KCon.olu.lvi.
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
BIG CUT IN PRICES !
Night Dresses, our 1 quality for 85c.
Night Drosses, our $1.25 quality for 1.
Night Dr'sses, our $2 quality for $1.(50.
"White Skirts, 1 runic for 40c.
"White Skirts, 3 rullles for 05c.
"White Skirts, flounce with lace edge for 80c.
Chemises, extra quality for 40c.
Chemises, torchon lace and embroidery for 60c.
Chemises, embroidery trimmed, extra quality
E These Prices are Positively
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN KXTHNHIVK ASSOKT.MKNT OF
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.1
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Straet, oppo. Bethel Street
BELL TELEPHONE 523. -Wl tm MUTUAL TELEPHONE W5.
5RSM. S- LEX V3T
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces in. a,ll "WidLtlis,
ALL KINDS OP BELTS,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
The Popular u
NEW GOODS !
B. F. ESSIIjEIS &g CO.
88 PORT STK.B3E3T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN OKKAT VAUIKTY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLOKED-Just suitable for this ulimato.
KNOTTED 8WIBS-A very iiretty linu; enttruly new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
koo ciioo poNninc -oickat novklties
SiHcalin and. 'Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
Vif DroBsmaklnn Urnlor tho Management of MISS K. CLAUK. J&3
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432474.00
I'lrn rlk on all klmU of linmriiiu'u Projierlv niken at Current Hlnkii hy
for THIS WEEK ONLY -gs
Etc,, Etc, Etc.
a Large Line
Aulliitf Agout fur tho Hawaiian Ultud.