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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
B. B. A. D.
A.M. P.M. P.M. r.M.
tiCavo Honolulu ... .8 lib 1:45 4:35 fislO
Lcavo Pearl Olty 0:30 2:30 5:10 5:50
Arrive Kwa Mill 0:57 2:57 5:30 0:22
a B. B. A.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Ewo Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43 5:42
Leave Pearl City 0:55 11:16 4:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55 0:45
A. Saturdays only.
G. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays oxcopted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, JULY 25, 1893.
Tuesday, July 25.
Stmr W Q Hall from Maui and Hawaii
Bohr Kaulkcaouli from Puna
Tuesday, July 25.
Stmr Claudine for Maul at 5 p in
Stmr Mikakala for Kauai at 5 p m
Btmr Waialealo for Lahaina and Hnmakua
Stmr Kaala for Kahuku and Pnnaluu
Btmr Inalani for Kauai at 4 p m
Bonr Mammaiu lor waianao
Bohr Kawailani for Koolau
Bchr Mille Morris for Koulaa
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Pole for Makaweli at 3 p m
The schooner Kauikeaoull arrived this
morning from Puna with a cargo of wood.
The steamer Pele will leave to-morrow
afternoon for Makaweli with a cargo of
The Bteamers Likolike, Lehua and Ki
lauea Hou are laid up near the Fish
tnarket. The Hawaiian hark Mauua Ala is dis
charging her cargo of hay and grain at the
old Custom House whart.
The steamer Iwalani will take the Mika
hala's route to Kauai this evening, the lat
ter taking the V. G. Hall's route. The YV.
Q. Hall which arrived this afternoon from
windward will after discharging bo moved
over to the Pacific Mail dock, to receive a
new mainmast. The steamer will receive
a good overhauling.
LOCAL and general news.
Criekot practice this afternoon.
Two suites of furnished rooms aro
to lot on King street.
A roward is offerod for tho return
of a Japanese pug dog.
A nicoly furnished houso on
Punchbowl street is offored for lease.
Court Catnoos, A. O. P., will moot
this ovoniug at Pjthiau hall, Fort
Tho U. S. S. cruisor Boston will
leave in about two wooks for target
practice at Lahaina.
Tho two hackmon who had a
fight on Bethel and King streets
wore soutoucod to pay liuos of $2
each by tho District Magistrate.
Tho annual meeting of the Wai
ohinu Agricultural aim Grazing Co.
will bo hold at tho ollico of W. G.
Irwin & Co., to-morrow at 10 a. m.
Mr. J. O. Carter has resigned
membership of tho Board of Health.
Mr. C. L. Carter also sent in his re
signation yesterday as District Judge
for tho First Circuit.
Prof. W. D. Aloxauder will leave
on tho S. S. Monowai on Thursday
for Washington to undertake the
duties of special commissioner for
tho Provisional Government.
McKAY-ltlTCHlE At St. Andrew's
Cathedral, July 25, 1893, by tho Hov.
Alexander Mackintosh, Mr. William
Archibald McKay to Miss Catharine
THE NOTORIOUS MURDERER.
Committed to the Insane Asylum
Emada Yosaki, a Japanese serving
sentence of twenty-one years for
murder in the Oahu Prison, was com
mitted to the Insane Asylum by
Judge Foster this afternoon. He
was examined by Dr. Cooper.
Yosaki was sentenced at Wailuku,
Maui, on June 15, 1892, to serve
twenty-one years in Oahu Prison,
for murder. A little while back,
while working on tho immigration
lauding, Yosaki escaped from the
prison gang and took refuge on the
Japanese cruiser Naniwa. From ad
vices from the home Government
Yosaki was landed on Hawaiian soil
on the Oahu Eailway wharf, and was
recaptured and confined in the Oahu
Prison. On June 2d last, Yosaki be
gan to act funnily and make noises
all night. He was not violent, but
later grow worse. He has not had
any sleep for the past four nights.
He has been given opiates and is
lucid at intervals. Yosaki has no
doubt worried over his having been
"so near and yet so far" from gain
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
It being Carpenter's Day with tho
Chinese there was a loug procession
to tho Joss Houso on Berotania
street this morning, presumably to
pay their rospeets to tho god.
Tho late Mr. and Mrs. Macauley's
furniture and effects will bo sold at
auction by L. J. Levey at 10 o'clock
Friday, under instructions of Mr. T.
K. Walker, British Vice-Consul.
A native known as Dick, long em
ployed at tho Marine Railway, had
tho misfortune to cut two veins in
his yyrist with a piece of copper yes
terday. Dr. Cooper drossed tho
Tho following passengers aro
booked to leave on the S. S. Mono
wai for tho Coast: Prof. W. D. Alex
ander, Loroy McChesnoy, Emile
Koiss, J. Ruboustoin and Col. Sir
Among tho outgoing teachers this
afternoon by the Claudine, will bo
Miss Perry and her sister Inez, who
aie going to Maui for a few weeks'
vacation. They visit Haleakala and
other points of interest.
Several members of the Kalalau
expedition have each been presented
with a slip ot tho Hag used at Camp
Dole whilo the expedition was in
Kalalau valley, by Lieut. G. W. R.
King, of the P. G. forces.
The P. G. band will play this eve
ning at Sans Souci. A special din
ner will bo served from 6 to 7:30
o'clock. Busses will run from the
tramuar, charging 25 cents for tho
rido to tho resort and return.
Mr. W. B. A&h handed over to Mrs.
L. H. Stolz yesterday, the sum of
$160.75, tho net proceeds of tho bene
fit concert at tho Opera Houso on
Saturday evening. The total re
ceipts wore 250.65, and tho expenses
The Hawaiian Susrar Co., operat
ing Makaweli plantation, announces
a dividend of two and a half per
cent, payable at tho office of W. G.
Irwin & Co., L'd. This is a fine re
sult to report on the lirst crop of a
Captain King, Minister of Interior,
has been presented with a gold head
ed cane bearing the following in
scription: "Presented to Captain
King, Minister of tho Intorior, Ha
waiian Islands, by appreciative
friends, July 22, 1893."
Decisions in Circuit and Supremo
Courts Banning Appo&ls.
A decision has boon filed by Judgo
Coopor in tho caso of T. R. Lucas ot
ol., oxecutor8 of the will of Goo.
Lucas, docoasod, vs. F. H. Rodward,
defendant; A. J. Lopez, garnishee.
Judgment was given Deo. 24, 1892,
ordering tho garuishoo to pay tho
amount of plaintiffs' claim. Tho
Supromo Court filed a decision
April 19, 1893, on an appeal against
a decision not to ro-opon tho caso.
This docision sont tho case back to
tho Circuit Court on tho ground
that tho judgmout was not n record
ed one. Judgo Coopor now decides
that tho lion of Allon & Robinson,
brought into tho case in opposition
to the judgmont, had expired by
limitation. Ho thoreforo concludes:
"Tho ordor made in this caso on tho
21th of Docomborj 1892, holding
that tho craruishee is liable to tho
Lucas estate for tho amount of tho
judgment against Rodward must
stand and it is so ordorod." C. W.
Ashford for plaintiffs; J. A. Magoop
Tho Supromo Court, by Justice
Frear, has roudorod a unanimous de
cision on tho application of tho
plaintiff for a rehearing in tho caso
of F. W. Wundonborg, rocoivor, vs.
James Campbell. In deciding against
a rehearing tho Court ostablishos tho
following points as law:
"A rehearing may bo granted al
though a change has occurred in tho
mombership of tho Court sinco tho
first hearing." This refers to au
argument made by defendant's coun
sel. "A rehearing will not bo granted
upon a point not raised at tho first
hearing, or upon a point raisod and
not overlooked by tho Court, tho
point being technical and not in tho
interests of substantial justice."
This is the reason for refusing tho
A. S. Hartwoll for plaintiff; C.
J5rowu lor defendant.
Bernhardt Rudolph Banning has
given notice of appeal to a jury
against the decision and decree of
Judge Coopor on appellant's suit
to have revoked tho order discharg
ing W. F. Allon as administrator of
the estate of J. F. O. Banning.
THANKS OF AIDED LEPERS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in.
hazy; wind, light east.
Humble Hearts Express Gratitude
to Friends Indeed.
Tho Kalalau lepers have drawn
up a card of thanks in Hawaiian to
the ladies and others who helped
them in their destitution. First,
they thank Mrs. Lilia H. Auld and
Mrs. Kahuila Wilcox for their efforts
in obtaining contributions of money,
clothing and food delicacies.
Secondly, through tho ladies named
they return thanks to Mr. R. I. Lillie
of Thoo. H. Davies & Co.'s, Mr. II.
Wodehouse, Jr,of tho Hawaiian Hard
ware Co., Mr. James Torbert of tho
Pacific Hardware Co., Mr. C. du Roi
of H. Hackfeld & Co.'s, Miss Nellie
Judd, Mrs. Samuel Parker, Mrs.
Capt. Tripp, Mrs. Haleakala Hart,
Mrs. Ipuhao, Mrs. Lucy Peabody,
Mrs. Hattie Hiram and Mrs. Fannie
Norrie. The card is signed on bo
half of tho grateful lepers by J. K.
Kapahee, the renowned swimmer of
Kalalau. Those who gave charity
in kind were very generous, their
gifts including good new suits of
clothes, shoes and other articles of
LOW FARE TO THE FAIR.
"Frenchy" la Caught After Nearly
Four Months' Hiding.
About tho oarly part of April a
man named Eugono John St. Mara,
moro familiarly ltnown as "Fronchy,"
wont to Frank Harvey, shipping
ngont of tho Iutor-Island Steam
Navigation Co., and asked loavo to
sign a confract to do service for the
company. Harvey etnployod him to
go on tho stoamor Waialoalo as fire
man. Ho asked tho shipping agout
to advance him somo money, say
$110. This was given him and ho
disappeared, tho stoamor going away
without him. Harvey reported at
tho Doputy Marshal's ollico and a
warrant was promptly issued for
Mara's arrest on a chnrgo of desert
ing contract sorvico, but all efforts
to locate him wore unsuccessful.
Two weeks ago Harvoy hoard that
"Fronchy" was working on tho Wai
manalo plantation and ho notified
Captain Parkor, offering $20 reward,
ana last Sunday week an olucor was
dospatohod to fotch him. Tho of
ficer was unsuccessful until yester
day, when Mara was caught on tho
road from Waimaualo. Ho is lodged
in tho Station charged with gross
cheat. Mara's trial will tako place
A Chinese Trick.
Ah Wa was arrostod last night for
having opium in possession, a whole
smoking outfit boing also captured.
This morning Ah Wa appoarod in
tho District Court for trial. Tho
ofHcors who made tho arrost stated
that they had surprised the defend
ant in a room on Maunakoa streot.
There was no one else in tho room
besides defendant. Ah Wa, in his
own dofonso, testified that the out
fit did not belong to him, but ano
thor who on hearing the officers ap
proach had escaped, after formerly
stating that there was no avonuo of
escape from tho room. Judgo Foster
took pity on the Mongol and fined
him $50, tho lowest ponalty.
"My little boy was very bad off
for two months with diarrhoea. Wo
used various medicines, also called
in two doctors, but nothing done
him any good until wo used Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Remedy, which gave immediate
relief and soon curod him. I con
sider it the best medicine made and
conscientiously recommend it to all
who need a diarrhoea or colic medi
cine. J. E. Hare, Tronton, Tex. 25
and 50 cents bottles for sale by all
doalers. Bonsou, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Sirs. A, &T. Allen
20 Miles from a Dcctor
But HoocJ'b SarsaparMla was
Equal to tho Emergency
Pleurisy, Chills and Fever ZMU
Leg Perfect Cure.
"After my baby was born I got Into very Bcrl
out condition, hating plcurhy, chills and fovcr,
gradually dot eloping Into milk leg. Wo llvo 20
miles from a physician and did not know what
to do. Tlnally nf tcr a grant dcnl of offer
ing I began to tako Hood's Sarsanarllla and
when I was using tho third bottlo I could loe
It Was Doing Mo Good.
I continued with another bottle, and recovered
so rapidly tint now I nm in good health. I
s s Cures
cordially recommend It as a good medicine."
Mns. A. M. AI.LSN, Terry, Washington.
Hood's Pllla cure all Liter Ills, Bilious,
ncss. Jaundlco, Indigestion. Sick Headache.
HOBRQX, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
To Let or Lease.
A PARTLY FUUNISH
ed House on Adams
Kane. Apply at No. 10
Adams Lnnu. 77t-lw
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
Bao Fort Street, Honolulu.
PRICES CUT WAY DOWN.
Bengal Silkaline Drapery, fancy figured in delicate
tints, 6 yards for $1.
Fine, Fancy Colored Madras, reduced to 30 cents per
Unbleached Drawn Curtain Scrim, 9 yards for $1.
Polka Dot Scrims, assorted colors, 5 yards for $1.
B3f These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -3
HOUSE TO LET ON
Fort street, next to
tliu School House. Ad
dress "P. O. Uox 314 "
Dr. Goto will leave for Molokai
again on Monday next.
A native entered a Chinese coiToe
saloon on Nuuauu street yesterday
afternoon, and after finishing his re
past left hurriedly and ran up the
street, followed by the Ghiuaman.
"While tho owner was absent two
boys entered and stole the bread.
The Chinaman returned without
the man and found his bread gone.
Tho man in blue was, as usual, "not
Tho P. G. baud will -give a
public concert at Sans Souci
this evening at 7:80 o'clock. Tho
following program will be rendered :
March The Gladiators Souzn
Overture Story City Fcrrazi
Clarionet Solo Scenes that are Bright
Selection 11 Trovatorc Verdi
A SUITABLE REWARD
is offered for tho return
of a Japanese Pug. Apply
at Bulletin Olllee. 78ti-ot
TWO SUITES OP FUR
nished Rooms: Bath
room connected w itu each,
in Cottnue on KinK street.
for two single gentlemen, are to let. Apply
at this olllee. 7&(l-tf
A NICELY FURNISHED
Houso on Punchbowl
Muilloy North and South
Ballad Tho Old Homo . .
Waltz Oyer tho Waves
March Joyce's Post
Bubduing a Tipsy Soldier,
Somo of tho. soldiers nro furious
over what thuy doom tho harsh ae-
tion of officers at tho Executive
building' this morning in subduing a
tipsy private, Tho man resisted ar
rost,'whon First Lioutouant Coy no
hit him in tho stomach with a rillo,
and Cant. Good presented a revol
ver at liis head. Thou tho soldior
surrendered. This is tho account of
the episode as rolatod by 0110 of tho
company to a Bulletin loportor.
"Ouo of my customers camo in to
day and asked mo for the host cough
inodicino I had," says Lew Young, a
prominent druggist of Nowman
Grove, Nob. "Of course I showed
him Gliamburlaiii's Cough liuiuody,
and ho did not ask to ecu any other.
1 havo never yot sold a modioiiio
that would loobtm and ru limn a m
voru cold so quickly as that Itummly
doo.s. 1 havo bold four dooiia of ft
within tho liiHt sixty days and do
not know of a singlii ca&u whuro it
fuilod to give t ho most perfect mills
fuuliou." f0 cout bottles for salo by
all dualura, Buiittou, Smith & (Jo.,
Pgeuts for tho Hawaiian IsIuiuIh,
Col. Sir Henry Collett, who ar
rived on tho S. S. Oceanic on Tues
day last and loft tho same morning
on tho steamer V. Cx. Hall for tue
Volcano, returned this afternoon.
Tho Colonel is booked to leave on
the Monowai duo Thursday.
Mr. E. D. Walbridgo was pre
sented this afternoon with a hand
some watch and chain as a token of
esteem from his Maui friends. The
watch is a repeater, Swiss movemont,
and was imported by ouo of our
local jewelers. It is a remembrancer
that anyono may justPy feel proud of.
Tho Japanese at tho "Implymont
Contractor" hotel, corner of Queen
and Alakoa streets, gavo a picnic in
true Oriental fashion at that place
vesturdav ovouina. Tho occasion
was' a farowoll to a number of the
guests who had signed contracts
during tho day to wotk on a cotleo
plantation on Hawaii.
Fori' lepors woro shipped on tho
steamer Hawaii at o:L!0 o'clock yes
terday afternoon for tho lopor settle
ment at Kalaupapa, Molokai. There
was quite a crowd to soo thorn ofl",
tho Kalalau lepers being tho center
of attraction, They numbered
twenty-one, including two brought
lrom Hawaii, who woro formerly at
Hawaiian Soap, tho only pure
laundry soap in tho niaikot, can be
had by tho caso or at rutail, at
of tho (Tracers in Honolulu, as
as at tho company's agents. Fami
lies can now ordor Hawaiian soup
from their grocers with other goods.
Prieo 55.00 per hundred. M. V.
McChesnoy & Sons, Agents Hono
lulu Soap Works Co.
Kalun, the uativo woman who was
arrested yesterday for boing a com
mon nuisance, was reprimanded by
Judge hosier this morning and (lis-1
charged. It appeals that Kalua hud !
been annoying u elm It in a lawyer's
ollico near tho Post Ollico, and toll
ing everyone she met that ho was
her beau. Tho clink had other pre
tensions a id had her arrested.
Lieutenant Nahoolmvn, through
au informer and a mnikcd silver
Kalakaua half-dollar, scoured sulll
ciont iividuiiun to ariost Tuck Chow
on a charge of having opium in pos
session tins mumiug, Lidice nuts
covered with silver pupnr and
uhaigud with opium wmo found in
old cigarette boxes. Those nuts
woio sold at twenty-live cents ouuh,
Cut Bates Offered by the Canadian.
"It is cheaper by $18.75 to go to
Chicago from Portland, Seattle or
Vancouver than from San Francisco
by the Central Pacific, Southorn
Pacific or Santa Fe. That amount
may also be saved on urst-class
tickets from San Francisco by taking
tho Uanadiau Pacific or Great .North
ern routo, free passage being given
by steamer to the north. Tourists
who aro not seasick havo considera
ble inducement to prefer tho north
ern routes. The Union Pacific
charges S35 from Portland and $53.75
from San Francisco. Consistency is
nothing in railroad management."
Thoo. H. Davies & Co., agents in
Honolulu of the Canadian Pacific
Railway, state that tho company will
sell a lirst-class ticket from Van
couver to Chicago for just $34.00.
The same rato is made from San
Francisco, but passengers must go
by water to Vancouver.
KUN OVER BY A TRAIN.
A Portuguese Laborer Dies from tho
Effects at the Hospital.
Arconio d'Abrou, a Portuguese
working at Ewa Plantation, was run
ovor by a railway train on Saturday
and seriously injured. His breast
and arms woro crushed in, and bo
sides he sustained injuries to his
logs. Tho man was picked up in an
unconscious condition and brought
to town on a train. From tho dopot
ho was convoyed to tho Queen's
Hospital, where ho lingered until
last night, when ho expired from tho
Tho deceased was about thirty-
two years of age, and leaves a widow
aud three children. Boing a mem
ber of tho Sociudado Bunoliconto do
Santo Antonio, his funeral will tako
placo under their auspices at 5:30
o'clock this aftornoou. Interment
will bo at the Catholic Cemetery.
street near Palace Walk,
suitable for a small family.
It contains Four Rooms with
Kitchen attached, also a
Bathroom, Patent W. C, Carriage Ruom
and Stables. Fruit Trees, Flowers and
Shrubs abound on the nremUes. A uood
tenant is desirable. Apply at Bulletin
AT WAIKIKI, ON THE
Beach, a Furnished
Cottage with Cookhouse
accommodation. For par
ticulars inquire Bulletin Office,
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
OX HAND AN HXTUNSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. O.. etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
ONE BLOCK FHOM BE
retania street cars, n
Cool and Convenient Cot
tauo of Six Koonis. Larce
Lot, Stable and Chicken House. Apply to
E. It. HKXPHY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
TO LET OB LEASE
THE COTTAGE AT NO.
MS King street, lately
occupied by Mr. M. S. Levy,
containing.! Bedrooms. Par
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and Bathroom;
Stable In yard; Artesian Water laid on.
For particulars and terms, npplv to
750-tf AI!R. FERNANDEZ.
AT A MEETING OF THE DIKECTOKS
of the Hawaiian Suoah Co. held
July Ktu, a dividend oi 2ij Percent was
declared on the Capital Stock of tho Com
pany, payable at the ollico of the Agents,
July 28, lb!XJ.
U. Irwin & Co., (L'd), on and after
WM. G. 1KWIN.
Treasurer H. S. Co.
ACCIDENT ON THE ADAMS.
The Yardartn Falls From Aloft and
Goes Through tho Deck.
At 0:15 o'clock yosterduv nfter
noon tho U. S. S. Adams asked per
mission from tho U. S. flagship
Uoston to send down hor top
gallant yards. It was signaled across
that permisbioi) was granted and
the Adams sent men aloft, Tho
ordor was given to sway across, and
when tue yard was alioui lituiwny
down, someone let go tho yaidropo,
and the yard camo down with a
crash, striking cud Ihst on dock and
going clear through struck the deck
Diilow, fcoiluiiatoiy nonocjy was mi
doruoath and conaotiuontly no ouo
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against the Estate of S. Macauley or
that of his wife, both deceased, arc re
quested to present them to mo within
thirty days from this date or they will bo
forover barred; and all persons indebted
to cither of the said deceased persons aro
requested to make immediate payment
THOMAS HAIN WALKER,
Honolulu, July 21, 18UJ. 31-at
CUT THIS OUT!
Mutual Telephone Go.
rpHE FOLLOWING NAMES HAVE
JL been added tit the olllulal list of sub
sciiliers of the Mutual Telephone Cum
panv. Plcasu out out and pasus in u con
venient placo for futuro reference:
3s(l-Armorv, Co "A."
U-M Ash, W B res.
40 Attornev-General's Department.
UI0 llruuii, i'hil rei.
I ISO Bioughton, Miss E res.
Wi Cuiiiura, Jos lus.
018 Carter, Jos L res,
217-Castlo, J B res.
It1 Cattou, Itobt, tjneon Street.
1'XJ Cooper, Dr U 11 res.
121 Cooper. J)rO B.
015 Day, T J res.
40 Foreign Department.
Hil Finance Department.
17B Guerrero, B L res,
UKI-liaru, J 11 res.
IMB Hawaiian Star.
lbU Hitchcock, E G res.
asi interior Dep.iitineiit.
208 Kanoa, 1 I' res.
flirt B Kuneohe Ranch Mciidoncn,
700 Knhuimpaoa, A It res.
710 Kulaniltau, (' A ics.
017 Klulmuka, M A res.
401 Larnen, dipt res.
Ill Lucas, I'hiiH res.
010 Mitchell, Mlsi M ios.
530 Morgan, Jus 1", Wuikiki res.
0i:i Morrell, Lieut res.
MJMiiiiiliy, A Eros.
021-MiiYLigh, J D res.
Ol'i Orduay it I'oitur.
(I'll P M 8 ri Co, Wharf.
012 -Pratt, Alr I'm rrs.
M7 B Robertson, (leu (Kmilu,
fi20-ltowolil, FriU IKiilllil,
2M hitli bouut,
fiirt hllig li''u .
Iliil-hlriitlfiinli Mm A ie,
ii;i binllli, Walter IS ion.
Iili-Wliltit, l:) ma.
fiKI-WllMin, Lieut re.
4i't -WoiIi'Iiuiimi. U II run.
Wi-Yokuliiiiiiu Hpuule JlauL, I.M,
Ml-'luulvri Whim re.
NEW COTTAGE NO. I.
CONTAINING FIVE ROOMS,
Pantries to Kitchen and
Dininc-room. Kitchen nnd Din
ing-room Moors painted, other rooms hand
somely papend and finished; Patent W.
C, Bathroom, Servants' Room, Woodroom,
Chicken House and Yard. Tho Grounds
properly cultivated, containing Fruit Trees,
Shrubs and Flowers. These premises are
located one block from Beretama street and
one mile from toun. Can be leased bv a
good pnrtv at a reasouublo rent TO SUIT
g Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KE1T ON HAND
ORD WAY & "PORTEK,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 523. -i tm MUTUAL TELEPHONE 045.
NEW COTTAGE NO. II.
CONTAINING SIX ROOMS,
Lanai, Bay Window. Bal
cony , interior "of houso hnnd-
soiueiy gruiueu aim pupercii, lutcucn ana
Dining-room lloorH painted, Panor lloor
carpeted, other Hoots minted nnd oil
clothed, all new. House t.ets up sevou feet
from ground enclosed all around. Win
dows, Doors, etc. Two Patent W. C's,
Bathroom, Wuslirnom, Servants' Rooms,
Tool Boom, Chicken llmitc nnd Yard,
Largo Carriage lliiu-o and Stable with
rooms upstairs. Any amount of Fruit
Trees, Grnpus nnd 1' loners, largo Lawn
and Grounds under pioper cultivation.
Location Mime as llon.-e No. 1 aud same
terms to a good party at price TO bUlT
N. B. All wisto water from sink, etc.,
is carried through pipes to large brick
This Space is Reserved
TSL. S. TLETVT
J. A. Magoou,
Ollico or to
Between Alakoa and Richards Btrcets.
rpilE UNDERSIGNED ARE PRE
X pared to make all kinds of Iron,
llrass, Broiuu, Zini', Tin and L'-ad Cast
lugs. Also a Gi'iierul Repiir Shop for
Steam Engines, like Mills, Com Mills,
Water Wlu-els. Wind Mills, etc. Machine
for tho Cleaning of CnllVu, Castor Oils,
Beans, lliinilo, his.il, Pineapple leaves anil
other Fibrous Plants nnd Paper Stock.
Also Muehllies for Ettractiug htiinli from
the Manioc, Arrow Root, etc.
Mr- All orders promptly attended to
AT THE FAMOUB STORE OK
IB. IF1. EHLBRS Sc GO.
BOS & 511 FORT STRB1HT,
Canton Wasii Fabrics !
A liandbomo Cotton Kulirlu; New Styles this season; the eili-cta are fao-sinilles of China
Silks; to see them uu .ins to npprcclatu them. -
IsLJUFLTT SATEEnSTS !
Sill; finish just out, real French do-lgns aro tho finest mid tho oiae of tho season.
Cashmere Sublimes 20 Cents "STarci I
One of tho handsomest Wash Materials this season entirely new und
for the price hus no iiunl.
"Wliite Lawns and. IDimity !
In Plain, Striped and Checked In great variety.
t$T Dressmaking Under tho Management ol MRS. RBNNBR. J3
Royal Insurance Company
WHITE, RITMAN & CO. ' "The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
J. J. WILLIAMS,
The duly Collection of Island Vlowe,
MT Fire rinks on all kltuU of liuuraiico Properly taken at Current lttk by
J. S. "WjAuI-jKEIR,
Autlng Anetit (or the lUmillurt lUud,