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OAHD RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PROM AND AFTEll JUNE 1. 1893.
To Ewa Mttu
B. B. A. D.
"" A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.
Leavo Honolulu 8:45 1:45 4:35 6:10
Leave Pearl City 9:30 2:30 5:10 6:50
Arrlvo Ewa Mill 9:57 2:67 5:30 0:22
" O. B. B. A.
A.M. A.M. P.M. r.M.
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43 6:42
Leavo l'carl City 0:55 11:15 4:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:65 4:55 0:45
A. ' Baturdays only.
. ' B. Daily.
0. Bunclaya oxcopted.
D. Baturdays oxeeptcd.
' THE DAILY BOLLETIN.
MONDAY, JULY 17, 1893.
Susday. July 10.
Btmr Llkelike from M oui
, Btiur Mikabala from Kauai
', Btmr Pole from Makaweli
Schr Ka Moi from Hnmnkua
A number of woqjIou bonchos aro
offered for salo.
Tho P. G. band will play at Emma
Squaro this ovoniug.
A partly furnished houso on
Adams Lano is to lot.
LOCAL AND " OENERAINEWS.
ScgttiBh Thistle Olub moots at, 7:80
M. Goldberg is selling out his
men's clothing at cost.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m.
clear; wind, southeast.
Monday, July 17.
Btmr O 11 Bishop for Hanamaulu and Ka-
paa at 4 p m
Btmr Ivralnni for Kauai at 4 p m
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Btmr Kaala for Waialua and Kahuku
Btmi Mokolli for Molokai
Bcbr Millo Morris for Koolau
Vesiela Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Ltkelike for Maui
Btmr Mikabala for Kauai fit 5 p m
A gonuino cloaranco salo in
departments at M. Goldberg's,
Thirty Portuguese woro enlisted
in tho Provisional Government army
Tho Kamohamoha and Orosconts
will play tho next gamo on Satur
A now lino of bargains in gloves is
offered this week by N. S. Sachs.
Particulars in advortisemont.
According to a report in tho
Advertiser, Koolau, tho leper ban
dit, uovor loft Kalalau vnlloy.
On Saturday, July 22d, James P.
Morgan will hold a salo of young
horses and mares in Dowsott's corral,
Tho Duke of Nowcastlo and valet
attended tho services of the second
congregation of the Anglican Cathe
dral yesterday morning.
The groat sale of bankrupt stock
at tho Arlington will bo continued
by L. J. Levey this evoning at 7
o'clock. Don't miss the bargains.
THE SHOOTING OF BTOLZ.
HUNCr TO A RAFTER.
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per Btmr Llkelike 1 horse. 111 hogs, 21
hides, 20 bbls poi, 221 bags potatoes,
127 bags corn, 80 pkgs sundries.
Per stmr Mikahala 5242 bags sugar, 50
bags rice, CO bags pia, 2 horses, 2 mules,
15 head cattle, 12 bdls hides, CO pkgs
From Maui, per stmr Llkelike, July 10
A Shepherd and wife, V H Cornwell, O L
Brito, V Backa, H P Robinson, W A Bald
win, Mrs Fergusen, Mrs Anders6n, A W
Van Valkenburg, T J McLaughlin, and 24
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, July 10
Hon Paul Isenberg, A Cropp and wife,
Dr Howard and wife, J H Blackball, H
Qormann, J Cunningham, Mrs B Bertel
raann and servant, C Von Hamru, Dr Tie
mann, K C Spalding, ffm Blaisdell, F F
Baldwin, J O Howard, H Brack and wife,
and 32 on deck.
YA11ICK At "Wailuku, Maui, July 11,
1893. Mrs. C. A. Yarick, aged 19 yoars
and 2 months, wife of Charles A. Yar
ick, of Wailuku, Maui.
FIND OF HIDDEN WEALTH.
Nearly Fifteen, Hundred Dollars Left
by a " Destitute" Couple.
Owing to certain reports that Mr.
and Mrs. S. Macauley were not in
such destitute circumstances as they
appeared to have been, a Bulletin re
porter made enquirios around town
and was finally referred to Mrs. W.
F. Allen. Mr. Macauley, it will be
remembered, shot himself Sunday
three weeks ago, and his widow was
confined to her bed until 10:30
o'clock last Tuesday night, when she
Mrs. Allen had taken Christian
sympathy on Mrs. Macauley in her
affliction and illness, and sent Dr.
Wood to render professional services,
besides personally assisting herself.
On Wednesday, tho date of Mrs.
Macauley's funeral, tho premises
were taken in charge by Mr. T. R.
Walker, tho British Vice-Consul, tho
couple being subjects of Queen Vic
toria. Mr. and Mrs. Macauley had
no issue, and no relatives, so far as
known, hence the taking in charge
by the British Consulate.
After the funeral the house was
searched, although nothing of much
value was expected to be found.
Judge of the party's surprise when
gold pieces in tens and twenties wero
found wrapped in pieces of cloth in
different 'parts of tho house. Tho
money was counted and footed up
$299, $295 thereof being in gold
pieces and $4 in silver. Such small
money as fifty and twenty-five cent
pieces were found wrapped up. The
bulk of the money was found in a
cupboard. In nooks and crovices
around tho residenco jewelry was
also found, but not of much value.
Some pearls aro said to have been
tho gift of an actress to Mrs. Ma
cauley. In a bureau drawer a Postal
Savings Bank book was discovered,
which on being examined rovoaled
a doposit of $1173. This was found
in Undressing room.
While Mrs. Macauley was lvinc ill
she told tho woman who was nurs
ing her distinctly not to go near tho
cupboard wh.oro tho cash was found.
The supposition is that Mrs. Ma
cauley in a fit of anxiety hid tho
mouoy in tho different places.
If no lawful heirs bo discovered,
after twenty years tho nionoy will
escheat to tho Government.
Mrs. Macauloy on her deathbed is
reported to have kept an old knife
under her pillow, and onco in a pas
sion shied a shoo at the nurse.
This forenoon Major J. H. Wodo
house, British Minister, presented
tho Duko of Newcastle and Mr.
Gambier Bolton to Queen Liliuoka-
Local sports will give Nick Bar
rowioh a benefit at tho Armory this
evening. The middleweight wrest
ling championship will also bo de
cided. Just received per S. S. Australia
White Chamois kin Gloves, excel
lent quality, warranted to wash, at
N. S. Sachs', Popular Millinery
The new furniture store of Messrs.
Ordway & Porter on Hotel street
presents a neat appearance, stocked
as it is with the latest styles in the
At 10:30 o'clock Saturday night an
alarm for a fire at the corner of Ma
unakea and Hotel streets was rung.
The fire department responded, but
their services were not needed.
Harold Giffard, son of Mr. W. M.
Giffard, met with a nasty accident
yesterday at Waikiki. He was try
ing a little amateur wood-chopping
when the hatchet slipped and cut
him near the knee-cap. A doctor
was summoned who sowed up tho
Attorney-General Smith was a
very angry man yesterday afternoon
when a King street tramcar passed,
not crossed, the funeral line near
Fort street. That official jumped
out of the carriage, and told an
officer not to let another car pass,
while tne lino was marching.
The opening of the Dai Nippon,
the now Japanese store in the Arl
ington building on Hotel street, was
crowded to-day. Mrs. Collaco has a
splendid lino of Japanese goods,
both fancy and plain, which are of
fered at very low prices. The store
is fixed up in Oriental fashion and
presents an inviting appearance.
Tho Weekly Bulletin, published
this morning, is an extromoly inter
esting number. It contains Paul
Neumann's open letter to S. B. Dole,
all about the wind-up of tho Kala
lau affair, tho Citizens' Reserve Mur
der Gang, and'Nordhoffs Letter
about tho Queen and her sycophants.
Mail a copy to your friends abroad.
On sale at tho newsdealers and this
A Ooronor's Jury Finds Koolau
Guilty- Evidonco Puts an Offlcor
in a ftuoor Position.
Doputy-Mnrshal A. M. Brown con
cluded tho inquest into tho doath of
Deputy Sheriff Stolz to-day boforo
tho following jury: G. Burnsido, E.
O. Whito, J. II. Lovojoy, Honry
Davis, E. A. Mclnorny.
Pnoa, tho lopor that Stolz had in
custody when ho was'shot, gave evi
dence that puts policeman Potor
Nowloin in a compromising light.
Ho testified that Stolz asked him
for his rifio whon ho arrosted him nt
Kalalau. Kapaheo (Stolz's, dotoc
tivo) proposed to lot witness stay
with him, but Stolz took him down;
Kapnheo wont down to tho bench
for assistance: saw Koolau going
down tho othor side; hoard Ni
hoa's gun fired off on tho beach;
saw Kala stauding on a rock; ho
started off and Stolz called him to
stop, but ho wont off toward Koolau.
Stolz took witness to a took and
told him to sit down; at tho same
timo he pointed his gun at someone,
witness couldn't seo whom: a report
was hoard and btolz foil; it was
Koolnu's gun; Stolz told witness to
give his aloha to his wifo; Koolau
bred again and camo and took
Stolz's watch, bolt of cartridges and
Koolau. tho witness proceeded to
testify, then told Paoa to tell tho
policemen to como and take care of
tho body; Nihoa and witness went
down, but tho policemon would not
come; Wahinoaloha watched tho
body all night; Koolau told them
that the day before Poter Nowloin
went up the valley and told Koolau
about movement next day; Koolau
told Nihoa and Manuia to toll the
policemen to depart.
Nihoa, sworn, stated that ho was
there when Stolz was shot; he fired
a shot to keep the people from go
ing up to their houses; met Koolau
during the day; Koolau told him ho
would shoot Stolz if ho could got a
shot; Peter Nowloin told them that
Stolz was in tho valley, all alone.
Manuia, sworn, stated ho saw
Stolz fall, as he was watching on tho
road; Koolau shouted for them' to
go back whero Stolz lay.
Peter Nowloin, in his evidence,
gave almost word for word the story
he previously gave to tho Bulletin
Dr. Cooper testified that either
wound would have proved fatal.
The verdict of the jury was that
L. H. Stolz came to his death from
being shot by Koolau.
HONOBS TO HEROIC DEAD.
Suicido of a
Mr. Paul Isonborg telephoned in
from his Waialno residenco near Dia
mond Head at -7:30 'o'clockr-this
morning, that ono of his Japanoso
servants had committed suicido by
hanging himself nt that placo. Cap
tain Juon and Dotoctivo Toma mado
quick despatch to tho promises and
gathorod tho facts from tho Japan
ese omployoos of Mr. Isonborg, somo
of whom woro found fishing on tho
beach. It was ovidont that tho Japs
woro trying to koop tho matter quiet.
Mr. W. Kinuoy, who has had care of
tho residenco during the owner's
nbsonco on Kauai, -was mot on tho
road by tho officers.
Thoro is a little houso occupied
by somo Japs, among them being
ono woman, a littlo way from the
Tsouborg ranch, and how they got
their sustounuco no ono but thom-
solvos know. Thoy woro nov or known
to work. Last niht tho Jap wont I
to this place and, it is supposed, on
Kaeod in cambliucr with cards.
Somo of tho Japs at first denied, but
later admitted that ho had beon
there. Ho was known to return
homo nt 11 o'clock, and nothing
more was seen of him until this
mornincr. whon Mr. Isonbera's
Chinoso cook, peering through tho
window, saw tho Jap dangling from
a raftor in his room. Tho body was
cut down and brought to tho Police
From personal examination by tho t
officers it was loarnod that after the
man got homo ho lockod tho door
from tho iusido and dropped a cur-1
tain over tho window, a thing his
fellow employees say ho
dono boforo. Ho then
cord about tho thickness of an ordi
nary man's little fingor and tied it
about his neck, tho knot boing on
the back of tho head. Tho man got
on a chair and tied ono end of the
cord to a raftor, and' then deliberate
ly stopped off. What makes the
matter look like deliberato suicido is
that thoro was no evidence of any
strugglo whatever. His feet wero
about six inches from the floor.
His fellow-countrymen and f rionds
do not know of any reasons for the
man's committing suicido, as ho was
well cared for and had plonty to eat.
A brother of his, when told that he
had killed himself, remarked, "No
A coroner's jury was empaneled
by Doputy-Marshal Brown, and an
inquest was held shortly after tho
body was brought to town.
Ura. a. JB. Card
Made Over Anew
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
Bao Fort Street, X3T,on.olulu.
FIVE SPECIAL BARGAINS
Chronic Hoadacho Cured Woak
Lungs Mndo Strong and VVoll.
" Tor j can I ha 1 sick hc.iiliclic3 every day, and
1 also li vl t try rati lntin. binco I have
boon tnUns IIool's Bars ijiai ilia, I have
l been entirely cnrt.il o headaches, and my
luiiRi are strong n-itlw oil. friends oltcnsay
, How Well You'ro Looking.
I tell them it ii duo to llood'i Sirvipartlta. I
am small In staluro 113 vcr weighed over
100 pound ibcforo takl ig Hood's Sarsapa-
tllla, and at tho timo I began tat.lng It I had
run Ioun to B5 pounds, but now 1 weigh
1111'.. My friends thought I would be drnd
10113 ago, but I am perfectly well. I am
unable to express my thanks for tho good
Hood's Sarsaparilla '
has dono inc." Mus C. H. C'Ar.n, 1210 Adellno '
Street, OiUand, Talifornl-u I
Hooel'5 Pills euro all I.Uor Ills, Bilious-
never had I BCSS' JauMdlce, Indlgrstloj, Sick Headache,
secured ai ,,,,xt ..,,, .. , ,.
Agents for Ilnu nihil Ilnnilt.
To Lot or Loaso.
Undressed Mousquotairc Kid Gloves, tan shados, all sizes
for S5 Cents a pair.
Foster Kid Gloves in tan, black and grey, eveiy pair war
ranted for 1.20 a pair.
Dressed and Undressed Mousquotairc Kid Gloves, tan, black
and grey, every pair warranted for $1.90 u pair.
Evening Kid Gloves, extra long, light delicate shades, for
$2 a pair.
"White Kid Gloves, o and G buttons, our regular $2
Gloves for $1.60 a pair.
A PAUTIiY FUItNISH-
xa. oil Hon;c on Ada ins
at Xo. 10 J&niK&TiX.
779-1 W f n-WiHr"-
HOUSE TO Lr.T ON
Kort sticet, nct to
the School House. Ad
dress "P. 0. Box .tU "
$& These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -s
AT WAIKIKI, ON Till:
Beach, a Furnished
Cottage with Cookhouse
accommodation. For par
ticulars inqulru Kui.ir.TiN Olllce.
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery I Cabinet Making
OX HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
There was a goodly attendance at
tho baseball game between tho Ka
inehameha and Hawaii teams on
Saturday afternoon. Tho Kameha
mehas put in a now battery, Henry
Wise, of Kohala, being tho twirler
and Chas. Bridges, catcher. Theso
Military and State Funeral of the
The three in on killed in the Kala
lau expedition Anderson, McCabo
and Husborg wero buried with
military and stato honors Sunday
afternoon. Rev. Dr. Beckwith con
ducted services in the chamber of
the old Legislature, where tho cof
fins of the soldiors lay in stato, at 2
o'clock. Contial Union Church
choir sang tho hymns, including
"Rock of Ages." The sermon was
a eulogy of tho men who had faced
death for duty, under circumstances
that made their memory more heroic
than if they had died on an open
field of battle. President Dole,
Ministers King, Damon and Smith,
members of tho Advisory Council,
Col. Sopor and staff, and many
prominent citizens wero at tho front,
and the rear of tho hall was crowd
ed with people, mostly Portuguese
men, women and children. Besides
the guard of honor of tho National
Guard, there was a deputation from
the Geo. W. DeLong Post, G. A. R.,
in honor of McCabe, who was a vete
ran of the American war.
The bodies were in handsome cof
fins, which wore borne to Nuuanu
cemetery on gun carriages each
drawn by a pair of horses. Deputa
tions from Cabinet and Council join
ed the cortege in carriages, as aid
Judge Cooper, representing tho
squad ol detectives occupied a
wagonette. A company of 30 police
mon pioneered the column, which
was led by the Government band.
A firing party walked in front of
each gun carriage. Tho military es
cort consisted of detachments from
Co. A and tho field battery, and num
bered over a hundred all told. Floral
emblems and wreaths wero piled
on each coffin, which also was cover
ed with tho Hawaiian flag. Briof
No Aprjeal from District Courts Ex
cept on Final Judgments.
Chief Justice Judd has delivered
the unanimous opinion of tho Su
premo Court in tho caso of Ah Un,
charged With conducting a lottery.
In tho District Court Ah Un plead
ed not guilty and then moved to bo
discharged on tho ground that tho
law untlor which ho was clmrgod
was not in force when tho act was
alleged to have boon committed.
Tho magistrate denied tho motion
and tho defendant, without further
proceedings, appealed to the Su
preme Court. The Attorney-Gen-'
oral contended that, as no final ,
judgment was rendered by tho mag
istrate, an appeal did not lie to tho
Supreme Court on tho noint of law
raised. This contention is sustained
by tho Supremo Court, who cannot
find any authority in our statutes or
in reason for allowing appeals from
interlocutory or provisional rulings
of a District Court. The case is sent
back to the District Court for fur
thor proceedings. Attorno3'-Goneral
W. O. Smith for tho prosecution; A.
S. Hartwoll for dofondaut.
The Chief Justice has also tho
concurrence of his associates in an
opinion npon a similar case, whero
W. G. Smith, editor of the Star, ap
pealed to tho Supremo Court agaiust
tho District Magistrate's over-ruling
BV HOUSi: OK FIVE
; OF FrVE yxur-
(omul mils mxu XLitfsJ
street. wth Hath
ent W. i;., cto.
ono of the finest views m Honolulu.
.!. M. VIVAS.
Etc., Etc, Etc.
stieet cars, a
uuoi and uomiuicni i oc
tane of Six Koonis. Iirjro
Lot, Stable ami ClucKin Hon
nt Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
XO SECOXD-HAND OH DAMAGED GOODS KEPT OX HAND
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
TO LET OR LEASE
TMIE COTTAGE AT XO.
i X !S Kinp strtot, 1 iltly
occupied by Mr. M. S. Lev,
lontainimx'.l Uedioom-s l'nr-
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and Bathroom;
Stable in yard; Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars ninl terms, apply to
7C0-tf ABK. FlJRSANDEZ.
3DR,. 3UL GOTO,
Physician, : and : Surgeon
Bell Telephone IBS.
Can be consulted nt his residence nt Kcono
ula, on tho mauUa xitlu of King Street, and
Ewasido of l.ililiu btrett, house formerly
occupied b) Mr. 0. 1.. Di-dm. 77!)-tf
BELL TELEPHONE Dr..
MUTUAL TELEPHONE (M5.
This Space is Reserved
twn nlavnrl n. hriTlianr. rrnnin r.lirmio'ri
out. Thoy kept tho Hawaii down to services were conauctouat tne cemo-
ud to the seventh iuninor. when . tery by tne br. A. It. J ost ana iJr.
zeros up to the seventh inning, when
rulmor Woods crossed tne plate on
a sacrifice hit. Tho Karns scored
two in tho first inning and ono each
in tho third and fourth innings. It
was a very quick game and tho Ha
waiis admirers wero vory much dis
appointed at the result. The Ha
waiis had practiced hard during tho
week. G. Rosa was substituted for
F. Davis at third, on account of tho
lattor's illness. Tho Kams will play
their last gamo next Saturday.
Tho P. G. band will
public concert at Emma
this ovonintr at 7:110 o'clock
following program will bo rendered
Cornet Polka First Love
Selection Nubucco .
Beloction Grand Dncliesa.
Clarionet Solo Louisa Miller,
March Tho Volunteers
Quudrllle Muilnme Annot
of a demurrer to the charge of libol,
Captain Larson and the I boforo defendant had oven pleaded.
Tuo case is sent back liko the otuer
one. F. M. Hatch for prosecution;
A. S. Hartwoll for defendant.
The Supremo Court hoard argu
ment to-day on tho appeal of Theresa
x . xuacuauo iruui couviuuuu nir lar
ceny in tho Circuit Court. W. A.
Kinney for prosecution; J. A. Ma
goon for dofondant.
Judge Whiting has ordered tho
payment, according to potitiou, of
.$000 a month to Mrs. S. G. Wildor
for maintenance of tho homestead.
On tho application of tho minors
themselves, Judge Cooper has ap
pointed Hon. Sanforu B. Dole
guardian of tho property of Sylves
ter and Anthony Zablan, minor chil
dren of Anna r. A. Costa, deceased
intestate, under $3500 bond.
St. Peter's School.
Tho closing oxorciEos of St. Fetor's
(Chinese mission) School under tho
charge of tho Bishop of Honolulu,
will bo hold to-morrow (Tuesday),
beginning at 2 o'clock p. m., in the
St. Andrew's Cathedral Sunday
! schoolroom. All friends aro cordi
ally invited to bo present on the
Beckwith. JNlcCabo was bunoa in
the G. A. R. lot, tho othor two in
ono grave closo to tho Nuuanu road.
A parting volley was fired for each
Between Alakea and Richards Streets.
THE UXDEKSIGNED AUE PIIE
parcd to make nil kinds of Iron,
llrass, llroii7e, Zinc, Tin and Lnd Cast
ings. Also a (kncral Repair Shop for
Steam Engines, Kiu Mills, Coin Mills,
Water Wheels. Wind Mills, etc Machines
for the Cleaning of Collie, Castor OiIh,
Deans, Itnniie, Sisal, l'luuipplc leaves and
other 1'ibrous Plants and Paper Stock.
Al-o Miiuhlnes for Extracting Starch from
the Manioc, Anow Jioot, etc.
All orders promptly attended to
"My littlo boy was vory bad off
for two months with diarrhoea. Wo
used various modiciuos, also called
in two doctors, but nothing dono
him any good until wo used Cham
borlain'H Colic, Cholora aud, Diarr
hoea Remedy, which gavb immediate
relief aud soon curod him. I cou
sl'ler it tho best medicine made and
conBoiontiotiKly recommend it to all
who need a diurrhion or eolio medi
cine. J. 13. Hare, Tronton, Tox, 25
and 50 cents bottles for salo by all
doajorB. Benson, Smith & Co.,
ronU for tho Hawaiian Islandi.
Now Departuro in Shirts.
Having mado arraugomonts with
an extensive bliirt manufacturing
company in San Francisco, M. Gold
berg is now prepared to show a largo
and well ubsorted lino of samplos in
Whito Shirts, both for lull dross aim
ordinary wear; also iu lino Madras
Cloths, I'ercalos, FlannelH. nud lino
French Piques. A call will convince
you that it will pay to have your
shirtH made to order nt popular
rpilB WKKKLV UULLKTJN-28 COL
X uiunii ot Intoreillnu Hondlng Matter.
UUndi?4 millcxl to(orl(noountrUi,9.
A Fugnancious Bluejacket Put in a
Two burly-sized sailors from tho U.
S. S. Adams wero tho cause of no
littlo amusement at tho boat laud
ing on Sunday morniug. Thoy had
I evidently boon having a night of it,
tho result being that thoy woro an
?iir if tirnrinftsq. Arrivintr at t.hn
boat lauding whore a steam launch ' oct;attloUi
was awaiting them, tho sailors com-
mouced "chewing tho rag." Tho
"chewing" led to tho talk of rival
merits of the two men in punching, i
Ono of tho sailors with a pot belly, '
challenged tho othor aud tho men
squared off. Tho challenged man
struck the othor a terrible blow in ,
the stomach, sondiug him reeling
into tho water. Ho must have gone
to tho bottom, as it was somo timo
boforo ho reappeared at the surface.
When ho did appear ho spluttered
out, "sixty dollars, sixty dollars!"
The bystanders, who had been think
ing ot dragging the bottom, woro so
ainuhod at tho bluojaukols wot phi,
and his comical oxclainutiou, that
they burst out laughing. Ullicur
Sheahau pulled Jack out of tho
water aud Bet him dripping wet iu
tint bow of the launch. While doing
something with his shoes ho went
over backward into the water again,
causing roars of laughter. Whon ho
was pulled iu the boat again, ho wus
uugry enough to fight tho whole
urowu, includiug otllcer Sheuhau of
I tho "foroc,"
WHITE, RITMAN & CO.
1 Hoiifce and Lot on Llllha street.
U 1Otini Kuukinl street, betuocii Nuuanu
nvenue uiid Llllha street.
3 Houso uiiil Lot on t lie 1'aluina road.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
IB. F. iEiHILIEIRS Sc CO.
Last fall I was taken with a kind
of summer complaint, accompanied
with a vvondorftil diarrhoea. Soon
after my wife's sister, who lives with
us, was taken in tho samo way. We
used almost everything without
bonofit. Then I said, lot us try
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, which wo did,
and that curod 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 50 cent bottles for sale i
by all douloro. Jleiihon, Smith it
Co., agents for tho Hawaiian Ihlnnds. .
1 llon.'-e nnil Iitou Emma street.
li House and Lot on l.ililiu street.
IA lur further particulars, apply to
.1. M. MONSAUHAT,
Cnrttt right's lilouk, Merchant street.
Dlt. WM. T. MONSAUKAT, V. S hav
ing returned to town, can be found
dally nt thu liillrnuin, King Street. Tele
phones: Dell Uil; Mutual lfcs3. 778-lu
SB FORT STK.EJH1T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN OKEAT VAUIErV
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE mid COLOHED-Just sultnblo for this clhuat.
KNOTTED HWIbS-A verj pretty lino; entirely new.
FIGURED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WDDTH
V00 CHOO PONGEE -OKEAT NOVELTIES
Sillcallno and Villa, Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
C3T Dressmaking Under the Managoniont of HISS K. CLARK. .(
125 Wooden Benches
7B Cents IQetola.
Usui at the l'ourth of July llurhecue.
AND AJTElt TIIIBDATE.NO
Mil will ho received liv tliu Oului
ltnllwii) iV l.aml (Ju. fur shliiuinnt unless
OAIIU HAILWAY , LAND UO.
II. K, Dll 1 1M1H vm, (itiiu nil Muihiucr.
Honolulu, July IU, lh').l. 77.1-lw
'.'! or 1 10.
l'i IdiiIioium Niis.
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of Ualc ninl I'ulur; ,yj A
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i'or price anil particulars upii'y
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Drnisa t co.
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
Mr 1 Ire riks un all kinds of IiiMiriiniu I'ropritv taken nt Current ItUU by
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