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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1, 1803.
To EVA MtM..
Leave Pearl Olty...
Arrive Ewa Mill. . . .
l,cavo Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
Iveavo Pearl Olty (1:55 11 :15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
O. Bunuays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
J. W. L. McGuiro has a notico in
M. Goldborg is soiling out his
mon's clothing al cost.
'Tho Croscouts and Kamohamoha
play to-morrow aftornoou.
Fritz Howold, 520. has boon added
to tho Mutual tolophono .list.
J. F. Morgan will continue tho
bankrupt salo at 10 a.m. to-morrow.
cort at Quoon Emma
hall this ovon-
TI DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1833.
FmiUY, July 21
Am sch Transit, Jorgcnsen, 13 days from
Br bk Ladstock, Williams, 110 days from
Stmr O It Bishop from Kanal .
Stnir Iwaluni from Kauai
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Stmr Lehna from Hamakua
FniDAY, July 21.
Tern Qlcndale, Johnson, for Enruka, Cal
Stmr Kinau fur Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
FORT STREET SCHOOL.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
July 21 Volcano: G H Bibb and wife, Dr
riayfair, A Wostmaeott. Way ports: .Mrs
E Kaauwai and child, Miss Emily M Apolo,
Mrs Smithies, Sam Smithies, L Severance
and wife, Mrs Wing Hee, Miss Helen Sever
ance, Mrs D Noonan, Mrs Hitchcock, Mr
i'odoyn, E r Thompson, Dr Grossman, J E
Grossman. Bam Manuka, It Lishman, S
Woods, Miss L Woods, Miss M Woods
Miss O Mist, Miss E K Brown, Mr Ahcong,
L Aseu, P Enos, Miss 11 Enos, Geo Rosa,
Misses Williams (3), Mrs Garliek, Miss
Lottie Alexander, E G Hitchcock and wife.
Miss iLita Wilder, Master Gunn, H F
Glado, and Paul Neumann.
The tern Glendale sailed this morning
in ballast for Eureka, California.
The Hawaiian bark Mauna Ala left the
the Golden Gate on July 0th, and the bark
K. P. Kithet on July 8th, both for Hono
lulu. The American four-masted schooner
Transit, Captain Jorgonsen, arrived to-day,
13 days from San Francisco. Left San
Francisco on July 8th and experienced fine
weather all tho way.
The British bark Ladstock, Captain It
Williams, docked aj Brewers Wharf this
morning, 110 days from Liverpool, having
leio tuat port on warcii Z4tn, Hue brought
a generafcargo consigned to T. H. Davies
Pon Gin was committed by Judgo
Foster this morning on a charge of
Tho C. A. S. S. Warrimoo duo to
day has not been sighted as tho Bul
letin goes to press.
There was a regular oxodus of
school children on tho stoamor Ki
nau this afternoon.
Tho flagship band will give a con
cert at tho Hotel, bogiuuing at 7:30
o'clock thU ovoniug.
Thoro being no quorum there was
no mooting of tho Hawaiian Base
ball Lpaguo to-day.
Tho Waialua school, Mr. E. Horo
principal, hold its annual examina
tion and closing exorcises to-day.
Captain Jorgonson of tho schooner
Transit has tho thanks of tho Bulle
tin for late San Francisco papers.
Marshal E. G. Hitchcock and wife
loft on the stoamor Kinau this after
noon, and will rotum by the same
Mrs. C. Hulbort Bishop and Miss
Ethel Bishop, of Kauai, H. I., aro
guests at tho Morvyu Hotel, Glen
Over fifty dead and twenty dvincr
is tho sad record of tho recent storm
iu Indiana (reported in latest dates
by last mail).
Tho inony-go-round on King
street was sold to a man named
Patigh for 110 at noon to-day by
J. F. Morgan.
Kemombur the sale of live stock at
Dowsett's yard, Queen street, which
takes place to-morrow (Saturday) at
12 o'clock noon.
A native name Paulo returned
from Livorpool on tho British bark
Ladstock this morning, after an ab
sence of nearly ton years.
On Monday, 21th hist., Jas. F.
Morgan will sell tho household
furniture of Mr. H. McMillan, 126
Nuuanu street, below Kukui street.
Dr. Gilbert Footo was discharged
to-day on a chargo of furious aud
heedless driving. A P. G. soldier
testified that the doctor ran over his
toes with his buggy.
His Excellency Col. Jas. H. Blount,
United States Minister, uaid an offi
cial visit to tho U. S. flagship Bos
ton yesterday afternoon, and was
received with the usual lienors.
In tho Pacific Hardware Co.'s win
dow is an illuminated list of officers
and members of tho Pacific Wheel
men's Club. It is a good sample of
Viggo Jacobson's artistic handiwork.
Miss Berry's School.
Much interest was shown in the
closing exercises of Miss Berry's
private school, Emma street, this
morning. Besides parents of the
pupils many other friends of educa
tion called. At tho reporter's visit
therp were noticed Rev. Alex. Mack
intosh, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hill,
Messrs. J. JLightfoot, J. W. Smith
and Pierre Jones. A delightful en
tertainment was given by the young
people, in songs, recitations, etc.
Mrs. Podmore, music teacher to tho
school, accompanied the singing on
the piano. The papers showing tho
work of the school wore alike a
credit to teacher and taught. An
air of mutual affection is apparent
between Miss Berry and her pupils.
She said many of tho children wore
worthy of special praise, and named
Alice Campbell aud Nalani Jones as
making 100 percent in marks for
Tho Waiawa School.
The Government school at Wai
awa, Ewa, closed with entertaining
exercises on Wednesday. The at
tendance of visitors was beyond all
accommodation. Parents came from
tho utmost corners of tho district.
Of 91 pupils enrolled. 70 wore pre
sent in spite of prevailing sickness.
Several of the parents expressed
satisfaction with tho work of tho
teacher, Mr. J. W. Smith, and his as
sistant, Victor Kapulo. Tho hope
was expressed, in connection with
roportB of Mr. Smith's possible
transference to another school, that
moans might bo found to retain his
services. Deputy Sheriff Wond, Mr.
aud Mrs. Starr Kapu wore among
tho speakers of tho district. Mr.
Walter Hill, of tho Board of Educa
tion, made somo happy remarks to
parents and pupils.
Tho P. G. band will givo a
public concert at Emma Hall
this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Tho
following program will bo rondorod:
Judgo Cooper has ordered tho will
of tho late Sarah Emolia Austin ad
mitted to probate, and letters testa
moutary to issue to E. O. White
without bonds as requested iu tho
Wong Chow, Chong Muu and J.
L. Xavior, threo Chinese informers)
wore arrested to-day on tho com
plaint of Wong Shoe, a Chinese wo
man, who claim that tho men took
money and jowolry bolonging to
her while searching her promises.
Tho Amatour Baseball League mot
at tho Y. M. C. A. hall yesterday
evening, and decided playing this
season, 1'ivo clubs were entered,
viz: No Name, Kamohamoha, Jr.,
Unknown, Planet and Myrtle. It
was voted at tho mooting that no H.
B. League player bo allowod to play.
Bargains galore aro suro to be ob
tained to-night at tho final salo of
the Melbourne bankrupt stock. Jas.
F. Morgan, tho auctioneer, has re
ceived positive instructions to clear
out tho whole lot of goods for what
ever thoy may fetch. Coino, no
charge for admission.
T. Rosowarno died at his resi
dence, Borotania street, this morn
ing, of consumption, alter a anger
ing illness. Mr. Kosowaruo, who has
been otnployod in tho Honolulu
Iron Works for a number of years,
was well known as an industrious
and steady mechanic. Ho loaves a
wife and thieo children to mourn
Mr. Litrlitfoot of tho .Fort street
school wishes it staled that when ho ' Shakospoaro
Terminal Examinations of tho Differ
This foronoon Fort Street School
was opon to public inspection on
tho occasion . of closing for tho
summor vacation. Thoro was a largo
attoudanco of visitors distributed
ovor tho departments. Mr. A. T.
Atkinson, Inspoctor-Gonoral, inado
tho rounds in company with Prof.
W. D. Alexander, of tho Board of
Education. Mr. Walter Hill, another
uiombor of the Board, also visitod
tho school, as did Kov. V. H. Kitcat
of Iolani Collogo, Mr. W. L. Stauloy
of tho Royal School, Mr. J. W.
Smith of Waiawa School, Mr. A. P.
Peterson aud many ladies.
Miss Coursou was found at tho
post she has long honorod, teaching
tho youngest children. Her work
showed hor easily in tho front rank
of primary toachors. Tho start sho
gives tho little onos in writing is re
markable, in many cases tho results
not being improved on iu tho higher
grauos. Tnoy wore spelling from
dictation on the blackboards, which
woro decorated with ornamental
bordors in colored crayon too protty
to bo offacod. As this was froohand
work it was all tho moro to bo ad
mirod. Tho cloarness with which
tho childish voices rang out iu re
peating tho words aud letters given
was too natural to bo the result of
drilling merely for examination day.
This room being at tho bottom of
tho system, it is very satisfactory to
find its work thorough in every par
ticular. Miss Walker conducts the second
primary. She porfocts tho children
in ponmausuip alter tnoir good be
ginning below, this boing a branch
in which she excels as a teacher.
Somo of tho writing on slates looked
as trim as script from a printer's
specimen book. When visitod this
morning tno pupils woro going
through mental arithmetic, thoir
answers coming quick and correct in
unison on tho simpler questions,
while many little hands woro elev
ated promptly at tho harder onos.
Arithmetical work on tho boards
was done with neatness aud preci
sion, multiplication boing the exor
cise in hand.
Miss Moore initiates tho vouue
idea in the elements of English
grammar. A class was at the black
board forming sentences on given
subjects, their efforts displaying
much promise. Tho writing in this
exorcise was very fine, and tho differ
ent examination papors shown were
praiseworthy in tho same respect.
No detail was wanting in the exhi
bited work to prove that thorough
ness is exacted from tho pupils in
Miss Tuck has boon only a short
timo in this school, yet hor work fits
in harmoniously with tho long-established
system there in voguo, namely,
the teaching ot ditlorent branches
coincidontaily for instance, tho
spelling of geographical torms and
names with geography, tho proper
uso of language with tho written
oxercises iu every branch, etc. The
pupils are in tho Third Header aud
among branches continued from be
neath aro taught geography and
Miss Carter, whose youthful
cliarges aro exercised in the Fourth
Reader, teaches original composi
tion with evident succoss. The
manuscript work in the various
branches displayed tho most careful
training. Much of it could bo print
ed without a correction. A Chinese
boy showed an exorcise book that
was highly interesting. On one page
ho had the translation of tho sub
ject words of sentences in Japanese
characters, and on the opposite
page tho Chiuose symbols wore simi
larly inserted. Maps found on tho
blackboards, of islands in this group,
wore simply superb fit to bo copied
in lithography, une ol tho best
bore tho signature of a Chinese
Miss Duncan is a substitute in tho
second remove, having a few days
ago taken tho place of Miss Batch
olor, who was oceupyiug tho place
temporarily during tho absence of
Miss Brown, tho regular incumbent.
Tho room is that of the grammar
grade, where tho courso in English
grammar is completed. Hawaiian
history is a specialty horo, and com
position rates high. Tho examina
tion was ovor when our reporter en
tered, but there wero rosults in black
and white to show that painstaking
work had boon done.
Principal M. M. Scott aud his as
sistant, Mr. J. Lightfoot, act con
jointly in conducting tho academic
department, two rooms being occu
pied which aro made into one
through folding doors when desired.
J Mr. Ligjitfoot's specialties aro ina-
inomaucs, uoou-Koeping anu -Uiaiin.
Mr. Scott gives tho pupils a finish
ing up in English, composition on
being a leaturo, and
A Pleasant Entertainment Olosos a
Tho closing 'exorcises at tho Ka
uluwola School, School stroot, took
place this morning and was largoly
attended. It was so crowdod that
Mr. A. T. Atkinson and Prof. W. D.
Aloxandor had to retire, after inef
fectual efforts to got in. Tho exor
cises iu Principal C. H. Whito's room
took placo at tho closo of those iu
tho lowor rooms prosided ovor by
Mrs. Wood, Miss Jane Haro, Miss
Mist, Miss Lofquist and Miss Grcon.
Tho program was as follows:
"Morry Llttlo Maids". ..By Twontv Girls
Tlio OponiiiR Address.. , Frank Jordan
Dialogue "The Hovicw"
Kaiuallo, Bon llico, John Notlcy, and
Bone "Farmer John" School
Recitation "Eating and Earning"
Dialogue "Tho Colored Boy"
Manuel and John Ventura,
ltccitatlon "Soven Times Ono" . .
SonB-"Play Time" School
Dialogue "A Noble Revenue"
Bv Sovon Girls.
Kecitation "The Merchant" .Both Bice
Song "Yo Shepherds Tell Me" . School
Reoftation "Tho Pedlar"
Dialogue... Christina Ventura and Ikeola
llocltation "In tho Clotct"
Kauka and John Kaukmo.
Hocltation "Tho Kiss in School". Ben Itico
Kecitation "The 81x Blind Men.G. Hooulu
Bong "Tho German Band" Boys
Kecitation "Clerical Wit" .L. Watwaiolo
Dialogue "What's in my PocketV"
Eddie Holt and Kamailc.
Song "Tho 8w iss Boy" School
Dialoguo "Tho Crows" .... Bv Four Boys
FanDrill By Twelve Girls
All tho numbers on tho program
wore well rondorcd, and somo woro
exceptionally fine. Tho singing un
der Mr. Whito's direction was said
to be tho best ovor hoard in Hono
lulu schools. Tho dialoguo, "Tho
Colored Boy," between Manuel and
John Ventura, caused roars of
laughter. "Tho Pedlar," recited by
Hattio Henrickson, was also comical.
John Kaakino, however, took tho
cake in a recitation entitled, "Iu tho
Closet." John said tho piece well.
Tho fan drill by twelve girls was
well executed under tho leadership
of Mrs. Wood.
The attendance at tho closing of
tho school was about 135 boys and
girls, and, as Principal White stated,
it has been a very successful yoar,
notwithstanding the sickness going
around among children.
AMERICA'S NEED IN SAMOA.
The Philadelphia To Be Sent There
to Check tho Zeal of the Ger-
Rich Red B!ood
Results from taking Hood's
For This Week Only !
Mr. Ohaa. Walker
Of San Francisco.
"For several yoars I havo been troubled with
blotches and pimples on my faco and body,
u lilch wcro very annoying. I tried several pro
scriptions, and also oilier medicines, but thoy
Hood's be Cures
did not seem to benefit me. Last fall a friend
advised mo to try Hood's Sarsaparilla. I was
determined to glvo It
A Thorough Trial.
After using tn o bottles, my skin returned to Ks
natural state I still uso It, as It gives mo
strength ami vigor. I never had better health
In my life, nml 1 ouo It to taking Ilood'n Sarsa-
Barilla." ('has. Wai.kbii, with Carvlll Mfg.
o., 48 nightli Stroot, San Francisco.
Hood's Pills aro tho best after-dinner
Fills, assist digestion, euro headache 2Cc
HOIUIOX, NEWMAN & CO., .
Agents for Hnwnllau islands.
N. S. SACHS'
530 inort Street, Honolulu.
FIVE SPECIAL BARGAINS
Undressed Mousquotaire Kid Gloves, tun sbiid'js, all sizes
for 85 Cents a pair.
Foster Kid Gloves in tan, black and grey, every pair war
ranted for 1.20 a pair.
Dressed and Undressed Mousquetaire Kid Gloves, tun, black
and grey, every pair warranted for 1 t)0 a pair.
Evening Kid Gloves, extra long,
2 a pan.
White Kid Gloves, o and G buttons, our
Gloves for $1.60 a pair.
light delicate shades,
B These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -gs
Washington, July 7. Whiles tho
news this morniug from Samoa is a
littlo moro pacific in its tone than
tho tidings previously received, tho
authorities here are none the less
anxious to havo a war ship in thoso
waters. Had it been possible to tho
State Department a vessel would
have been ordered to Samoa two
weeks ago, when news came via
Auckland indicating an oarly rebel
lion. There was no vessol then avail
able, and thoro is none- how, without
taking either tho Boston or Adams
away from Honolulu. Tho latest
Hawaiian news makes it more neces
sary than ovor to koup both of these
vessels thero. Tho authorities have
therefore found itoxpediont to mako
different arrangements for getting a
vessel in bamoan waters.
The Philadelphia is now Blated
for this service. Sho will got hor
orders upon hor arrival at Valpa
raiso. She is now en route to tho
Pacific. Her arrival in Rio is ex
pected daily. It was at first tho in
tention to soud hor orders for a
cruise to Samoa from Rio, but as
Valparaiso is directly on route it was
concluded to delay tho transmission
of her order until sho arrived at tho
latter port. This precaution was
takon because of tho Peruvian situa
tion. Should a revolution occur iu
that country before tho Philadelphia
reaches Valparaiso it might then bo
considered desirable to order hor to
Callao and send tho Alliance, which
is now at the lattor port, to Samoa
The chiof anxiety of tho Stato Do
partmont to get a vessol in Samoan
waters is to provont war rather than
to look after American interests
after tho revolution occurs. If loft
alouo it is bolioved that King Malio
toa would bo able, as lie expressed
himself in the news received this
morning, to effectually subdue a re
bellion, but thoro is strong suspicion
horo that tho Gorman oilicors aro
doing much to encourago Mataafa
and his followers with a view to
precipitating a row in tho hope that
German interests will bo benefited.
Tho presence of an American vessol
is thoroforo thought to bo neces
sary for calling a halt to tho zeal of
1:30 O'CLOCK SHARP.
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OP
1st HAOE-QUEEN'S CU1' Pursr frt.
Kuiininc Unco. -5IiIo IJash for Hn
waiiim tired Hor.sus.
2n ItAOE-MATOH HACK.
UitnnitiE Race. 1
MiiL-n Simiiiwr" nnjl
Si RACE PRESIDENT
Mllo Dash between
Trotting anil Pacing. Mile Heats; best
3 In 5 to harness. Free for all
4th RACE-KAIiAKAUA CUP.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & POUTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
HELL TELEPHONE fl'ij.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE (H5.
wniinn lirc'il Horses.
Dusli for Hn-
5t RACE KAPIOLANI PARK PURSE
Pacing. Mile Heat; 3
?i-Mile Dash. Pree
March Greeting Doring
Medley Red Hot lleyor
March Joyco's Post Ilrown
Medley Yankee Tickle Reycr
Medley Black Ilrlgude . . .l!eor
Wultz The Roses . Metro
March The Gladiators . .. Koiua
March High School Cadets Houzu
thoir tuition in history is made
tributary to thoir languago training.
Hero also tho mornings oxorcises
woro ovor when visited, but thoro
wore writtou oxercises laid out sulli
cient to engago a scholastic oxport
many hours. Neatness aud thor
oughness, sullico it to say, marked
I tho work of tho top as of tho lower
' grades. Probably the groatest ori
i giuality in composition was shown
I by pupils with Oriental uames, which
I is not saying anything derogatory
to those of othor nationalities. There
siioko to the Hawaiian National
Band, his request was misunder
stood. Ho htm no desire to .stop tho
practicing of tho band altogether,
but merely wished tho music to
ceaso no.t forenoon (to-day) whilst
tho examinations of the younger
scholars woro iu progress.
Simon Gibson, a hoaltlij' looking
sixteon-yoar old lad, was takon from
tho British bark Ladstock this
morniug as a stowaway. Simon
stowed awav on board at Liverpool
and oamo out ol his uiuing piaco Would naturally bo loss liability, on
whon tho shin was woll out to sea
Tho lad's parents aro iu Belfast, lro
land. Simon bays ho likes tho soa
and will sign nrticles with Captain
Williams, with whom ho is a groat
-"Is Mrs. Binks at lionioT"
-"No, mum." Lady "Can
mo when sho will bo at
Sorvant "As soon as sho
gots tho parlor uuslud. mum, air
buo's most through now."
"Did you go on that trout-fishing
excursion?" "1 did." "Did you fish
with flies?" "Fish with llios? Yos,
wo fished with thorn, dined with
thoui, slept with Ilium why, man,
they almost ate us alivo."
Subwribo for the Daily liulletin, HO
0nlf ptr motif A,
thoir part, to fall into imitation of
expression than in tho caso of youth
brought up in tho languago em
ployed. "Mv littlo boy was very bad olf
for two months with diarrluca. Wo
I used various medicines, also called
in two doctors, but nothing done
mos, mat ,. ,i ,(i n,rr!i.,.
t ' I .1 1 1 i 11111 Ulli iWW WIIWI IU JV;t wai
a (log was snot y tno lepers at, b orl ,.; th Colic. Cholera and Diarr-
I aipio, belonging to me po ico ,iuj Kululiv whoh ,,nvo jmmudinto
The Waipio liopors.
From fiwn. the report comes, that
force who woro hunt to arrost tho !
loners livintr at that place. Tho dog '
acted as scout, and it is fortunate
for the polii'oimiu that thoy havo
now an auxiliary force to act ns
bkirinitiliom. Thubo lepers at Wai
pio aro well armed and provisioned,
and aro known to be preimicd to re
sibt to the lail. Tho only entrance
to thoir place of loitigo Is lliroiigli a
cave or luiiiml a quarter of a mile
lung, which Irt continually guarded
night ami day.
Koolou's Deadly Killo.
Tho report comes from Kauai by
tho Iwalani, that threo mon who
had gono out to capture Koolau, the
lopor, had boon shot by tho lattor
while attempting to tako him. This
is said to havo occurred at Nualolo,
a valley adjoining Kalalau, and
nearer to Waimoa. Nualolo is Koo
lau's rogular homo, and is stated to
be far more inaccessible aud im
pregnable than Kalalau.
For a cut, bruibo, bum or scald,
there is nothing equal to Chamber
lain's Pain Balm. It heals tho parts
more quickly than any other appli
cation, and unless tho injury is very
severe, no scar is loft. For salo by
all doalors, Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hnwaiiau Islands.
relief aud soon cured him. 1 con
sider it tho best medicine- made aud
conscientiously recommend it to ajl
who need a diarrhoea or colic medi
cine, J, E. Hare, Trenton, Tex. '
and r() cunts bottles for sale by all
dealers, Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
All kind of Commtrvhl I'tinling
promptly executed ut low rates at the
V. MrUUIitr.'H EXPRESS COM-
nany will not ie reaiionsinie lor am
bills contracted without u written order
from the lint cmlum-d.
.1. YV. L. M(GUIRE.
Honolulu, July :.'!, IWM. 78 Mw
LAND I'OIX SALE
Mutual Telephone . Co.
rpHE FOLLOWING NAMES HAVE
JL been added to the olllelal list of sub
sicriber.s of thu Mutual Telephone Com
pany. Please cutout and paste In a con
venient place for future reference:
lu Arlington Hotel.
3ft0 Anuorv, Co "A."
KJ Ah, Y II res.
10 Attoniev-ileneral'.s Department.
0-10 Ilraun. Phil res.
(iSO Uroughton, Miss E rex.
li'JJ Camara, Jos res.
(118 Carter. Jos L res.
217-Castle, .1 11 res.
KKI Catton, Rout, lineen Stieet.
1!K) Cooper, I)r 0 U res.
4l.'l Cooper, DrUll.
015 Day, T J res.
ill Foreign Department.
H'.l Finance Department.
178 Guerrero, 11 L res.
lWi Huro, J It res. '
:tlT Hawaiian Stiir.
l(i!)-Hiteheock, E G res,
.'i'l Interior Department.
2il3 Kuiioii, P P res.
51 K Jl Kaneohe Ranch Meudoucu,
700 Kahanupaoa, A 11 res.
710 Kalanlkau, (' A res.
(117 lviidmaku, M A res.
101 Larsen, Capt res.
Ill Lucus, Chus res.
dill Mitchell, Miss M res.
Kfi-Morgan, Jas F, Waikiki res.
(!l!l Morrell, Lieut res.
AO I Murphy, A E res.
(ttl -McVeigh. J Dros.
HIS Onlwii .t Porter.
(IM-PM SfcCo, Wharf.
is Portland lintel.
(112-Pratt. Mrs F fa res.
507 R Robertson, Geo Kuala,
fHiUKowoiil, 1T1U ilvalliui.
Kf.y hlng Kee.
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(li) Wagner. Wm.
1711 White, E O res.
5HI WIImiii, Lieut res,
li'i Wodfhou-o, E II res.
57,f Yokohama Specie Dank, L'd.
ft II -Ziegler. Ohas res.
This Space is Reserved
1SL. S. 3L,IE"V" Y
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OF
:b. :e ehlbrs & co.
60S &a 5 1 1 PORT STRHBT.
Canton "Wasti. FstTorios !
A handsome Cotton Fabric; Now Styles this bcason; the ell'ects are fae-slmlles of China
Silks; to see them means to appreciate them.
3VLAJR.TX S-AuTEEJlsTS !
Silk liuish just out; real French designs are the llnest and tho craze of tho season.
Cashmere Statolimos SO Cents Yard I
Une ol the humlsomust Wash .Materials this season entirely now and
for the price has no eiiiul.
"Wliite Lawns and IDimity I
In Plain, Striped and Checked iu groat variety.
tST Dressmaklnu Under the Management ol MRS. ItENNER. JJ
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A. Oahu. u Valuable
of Land, close to Rev. J. Wal
uiiiuu'h property, and knouii us
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Apply to J.W.KAIIAIIJIIA,
" ' al Kalllil Pol Factory.
Or through Hull Tulu.aiS. Mutuul Tclu,u77.
1TANTEI) HY YOUNG MA RIMED
YY Man, position as Manager on eollVe
or sugar plantation; has been for two
viMtrn maiiaeer In llrazil. Holds liiuh
K'hool of agili'ultilieceitilli'Ute. Addles
"Plantation (!.," this oiuce. 7NJ-iw
TMt. WM. T. MONSARHAT, V. S.. Jmv-
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" The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
in the World."
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