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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1803.
To Ewa Mill.
Leave Pearl Olty.
Arrive Ewa Mill..
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
Lcnvo Voarl City 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
C. Sundays excoptod.
D. Saturdays excepted.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, JULY 26, 1893.
Wednesday, July 20.
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, 12J days
from San Francisco
P M S S City of Rio de Janeiro, Smith,
from Yokohama and Hongkong
Wednesday, July 20.
P M S S City of Rio de Janeiro, Smith, for
San Francisco at 0 p m
Stmr Pele for Makaweh at 3 p m
Schr Mary E Foster for Mnkawcli
Bchr Kauikcaouli for Kohahi
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr W. G. Hall 1850 bags sugar, 24 bags
coffee, 110 bales awa, 23 bides. 1 loco
motive, 30 head cattle and 75 pkgs sun
From San Francisco, per bktne S N Cas
tle, July 20 T A Jackman and Joseph
' From Yokohama and Hongkong, per P
M S S City of Rio de Janeiro, July 20 Mrs
Brown, J N Brown, J L Brown, A 11 Hop
per, 11 Japanese, 10 Chineso and others m
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, July 23 From Volcano: Col Sir H
Collett. From way ports: J D Paris,
Father Renault, Father Victor, Col S Nor
ris, Mrs J Nott, Rev J Kanhane, 8 K Aki
and wife. Miss E Cormvell, Geo Hons, N
Olmstoad, D Crowley, W Bailey, Ho
Leong, Misses Clark (3), Miss L Willis,
Miss Abeona, H S Townsend, Miss I'aa
kaula, and 50 duck.
For San Francisco, per P M S S City of i
Rio de Janeiro, July 20 Miss Caddick and
33 Japanese and others in transit.
For Maui, por stmr Claudinc, July 25 ,
fjoo MunJun, Judge A X Kcpoikai and I
wife, Missos Perry (i), Miss Laura Dun- I
can, Miss K Dai ruin, Miss Maud Niaupio,
S'M.J? Cn'imrn .vi. a A. Long, T Litlio,
H F Wichmun, W A AloK. ...3i..;jvl w
H Corn well, and about 35 deck. ,
For Kauai, por stmr Iwaluni, July 25 ,
Mr and Mrs A Cropp, Miss Maefarlane,
Miss Widemann, Mrs P R Isenborg, Jliss I
Meliryde, Miss Green, Duke of Newcastle
and servant, Gambler Bolton, G Abuai, T
B Ah Leong, Misses Fountain (2, Miss
Lemon, Misses' Hart (2), Miss Ilendriclc
Bon, Miss B Smithies, Mrs Malcolm Brown,
N Olmstead, Master Mackintosh, and
about 38 deck.
The Hawaiian bark R. P. Rithct having
finished discharging, has moved out in the
stream to await sugar.
The American barkentine S. N. Castle,
L. H. Hubbard, master, arrived this morn
ing, about 12Mdays from Ban Francisco
with a cargo of General merchandise. Sho
Is docked at her usual place, above the
Owing to tho dearth in mi car produce
merchant vessels will have to wait a long
while before thev can net a raruo. Cntitnin
L U III1IL' .
Schmidt of the barkentine Irmgard has
decided to go to Nanaimo, B. C. iu ballast,
Biior uiscuurging Here, raiuer man wait,
U. S. Naval Officers Entertain Their
Friends in the Bay.
A moonlight excursion party, con
sisting of officers from tho U. S.
warships Boston and Adams and
several people from tho city, took a
spin in the bay yesterday evening.
Three boats started out at 8 o'clock
with a jolly party on board, and
headed out tho harbor, going as far
as tho Spar buoy where they floated
around for a while. Tho flagship
Dana occupied the Adams steam
launch and played deliehtful
music on tho "wild sea waves." The
Boston's barge, in which woro seated
a number ot society belles, followod
tho launch, and tho ship's cuttor
camo after. After a sojourn outside j
tho boats camo in, tho band playing '
all tho while. The oxcursiou was iu I
chargo of Flag Lioutonant Fox. '
The party wont around tho Boston
and then returned to the Adams,
where dancing was indulged in.
There woro eight couples on tho
floor, just enough to make the event
an enjoyable one, devoid of tho
usual "just push and don't shove."
Dancing with musical interludes
was kept up until 10:25 o'clock,
when gooduights woro exchanged
and tho local people were brought
ashore. Tho affair was voted a suc
cessful one nud tho ladies are look
ing forward to a ropotitiou iu the
To Dot at tho Pacts
Regarding Hood's Sarsaparilla, ask
tho people who take this medi
cine, or read the testimonials often
published in this paper. Thoy will
certainly convince you that Hood's
Sarsaparilla possesses unequalled
merit, and that Hood's C'timi.
Hood's Bills euro constipation bv
rostoring tho peristaltic notion of
tho alimentary cunal. Thoy aro the
host family catlinrtio.
All khuU of Commercial 1'rinlinu
promptly exeouted at low mU ul ilm
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Soe furthor odditions of nnmos on
tho Mutual tolophono exchange.
Thoro ia a steady nttondanco of
taxpayers at tho Tax Olllco in busi
I Tho ownor of n lost dog pavo tho
I Bulletin a wook to find it. This
1 papor found tho pug m half a day.
Tho S. S. Rio do Janoiro will loavo
for San Francisco at 0 o'clock this
ovouing, tho mail closing at 5 o'clock.
Ton Ohiuoso and eleven Japanoso
catno by tho S. S. Itio do Janoiro
from tho Orient for
Pursor Whito of tho stoamor W. '
G. Hall reports plenty of rain at
Komi nud Knu, and tho crops aro
Prof. II. S. Townsond, principal of
tho Lahainnluua School, camo to
I town on tho steamer W. G-. Hall
Two Chinese woro found guilty '
of gambling to-day in tho District
Court and woro fiuod S7 oach. Two i
othors woro discharged. j
I A mooting of tho stockholders of .
I tho Wnianao Company, for special ,
i business, will be held at Mr. C. O. i
UorgoVs plhco next Wouuosday.
Mr. F. W. Bauer, proprietor of
tho Vancouver auction rooms, has j
a card in this issue. Tho attention
of fruit shippers is called thereto. i
Miss Caddick, who arrivod hero
from tho Orient on tho S. S. Peru,
will loavo again this evening for tho
Coast on tho S. S. City of Rio do
Tho P. G. band will play at Makoo
Island this evening. Tho concert
by tho same baud at Sans Souci yes
terday evening was largely attended
and highly delightful.
Tho Amateur Basoball Loaguo
will meet in tho Y. M. C. A. hall to
morrow evening. M. K. Keohoka
lolo lias kindly consented to act as
president of tho league.
Kahoopaikua was locked up yes
terday on tho complaint of Captain
Clunoy, ponding investigation as to
his sanity. This morning he was
discharged as harmless.
A prisoner, a Japauoso woman, was
brought from Kona on tho stoamor
W. G.Hall yesterday afternoon. Tho
woman was convicted of adultery
and sentenced to pay a fine of 30.
Thoro will bo football practice on
the loaguo baseball grounds this
afternoon. Tho local boys aro get
ting into fine trim for their coming
match with tho Boston eleven on
Mr. W. A. McKay and brido left
on the steamor Claudino for their
future homo at Wailuku, Maui, yos
torday evening. A largo number of
friends of the newly married couplo
woro at tho wharf to seo them off.
Tho Duke of Newcastle and his
traveling companion, Gambior Bol-
Inn, l,fr for M";ilr:ivnli j-LuUallOn Oil
tho steamor lwalani yostorday after
noon. Tho duke took a camera with
him and will oudoavor to take a few
shots at the great plantation.
Tho harbor police specials aro
having quite a picnic these days.
They make ovon more than a Cus
toms guard. For every stoamor that
comes in they get 5 and for sailing
vessels S3. This is, it is said, in ad
dition to their regular salaries. Be
sides all this financial business they
get their dinners aboard.
It has bot'u learned that at noon of
Tuesday, tho day previous to t jo'do-
parturo of tho S. S. Australia, fifty
tins of opium woro landed from that
vessol by ono of tho omploj'oos on
board and taken to a restaurant on
Hotel street, whoro it was bought
by a Chinaman. The police wero
on tho scene just fivo minutes too
I Tr i"i i"i
tho mail who was
captured at Kildhale by Captain
Hookano and roundsman Kaapa,
with several kegs of Trish potato
boor, was sentenced to pay a lino of
S100 by Judge Fostor this morning
for soiling liquor without a licouso.
Tho man's wife, who was charged
with obstructing justice, was dis-
ho potato boor peddler
oal. Tho stuff is being
noted an appi
analyzed by Mr. G. W. Smith.
A native lad named Kawelo was
brought to tho Police Station on a
Chinese wagon this afternoon. Tho
Chinamen churgod Iho boy with tho
thoft of two watermelons. Thoy
stated that thoy had soon tho boy
sneaking with the fruit under his '
arms from their watermelon patch
' at Waikiki, and giving chase caught
him aud brought him to town to bo
eaged. Kawelo was put below and
tho police had a iiinu with the
President Carnot Dead.
News has boon received by tho
S. S. Bio do Janeiro that President
Carnot of Franco is dead.
A POET'S aUEER RECOURSES.
CuriouB Circumstances Under Which
Ernost Jonos Wrote His Versos.
Tho fathorof Mr. Athorly Jones,
M. 1. for Durham, was a remarkable
man, obs-orves Tid-Bits. Ho was a
famous poet and chartist iu his day
and sulleri'd imprisonment for tho
sal;o of his opinions. While iu ri
fcon Ernest Jones beguiled tho tune
by writing pooun with pons made
from rooks' feathers picked up by
him in the prison yard aud sharp
eiied by tho ra.or lout him for his
pribou toilet. Hia ink was stored iu
a piece of boap, hollowed to receive
it from t'-o bottle supplied for his
quai torly Jot I or,' and tlio paper such
as ho was able to teurt'te at such
I mien. Uo was the sou of Major
Charles Joucn, a Ptuiiiiriulnr and
Wuturloo volt'ian, who was after
ward equerry to King lirnost. Ho
infused a fortune of $I0,()(K) n year,
offered him by an undo, sooner than
give up chaitisui, aud accepted a
life of poverty and imprisonment iu
ITEMS FROM THE ORIENT,
From Exchangoa Received by the S.
S, Bio do Janoiro.
It is said that tho island of Samit
in tho Gulf of Sinin, nllogod to bo
occupied by tho French, has for
sovornl yoars boon claimed by thorn
03 belonging to Cambodia.
Thoro was groat fun in tho Native
City on Sunday, says tho Shanghai
Colostial Empire, when tho 21 anti
quated Chinoso firo engines woro
solemnly roviowod by thoTaotaiand
several bthor civil and military olD
cors. Bv a now roinilation tho Chinoso
Now Yoar's day, which falU as a rulo
in February, is to bo regarded as an
additional public holiday at Her
Majesty's naval establishments at
Tho Colestial Empire hoars that
tho commanders of tho Gorman
gunboats Wolf and litis rocoivod
tolefraphic instructions direct from
Borliu to hold themselves in readi
ness to proceed to sea at a moment's
notice. It is surmised that thoy will
bo sent down to Bangkok, whoro
thoro is trouble with France.
Telegraphic advices rocoivod from
Chungking on tho 29th Juno say
that a very serious fire occurred
thoro on the 25th Juno. It started
at 5 o'clock in the morning in a
I small house just outside tho Taip-
ing Gnto and in a short time spread
, into tho city and wrought great dos-
1 miction. It raged for eight hours
and destroyed4.00 houses. Tho tole-
j graph station very narrowly escaped;
fivo polos woro burnt down, which
for a time interrupted telegraphic
communication. So groat a hro had
not occurred in Chungking for tho
previous half century.
According to tho Jiyu, every effort
was made by tho Japanoso Govern
ment to reject tho demands of Por
tugal for consular jurisdiction, but
finding that the representative of
tho little Power was not to bo
denied, Mr. Mutsu was obliged to
confess to his colleagues that his
diplomacy had been entirely unsuc
cessful, and therefore the Portu
guese demands must bo admitted.
Count lto thereupon attended at
tho Palaco and informed His Maj
esty of tho fact. Nothing romainod
therefore but to grant an audionco
to Portugal's representative, the
Governor of Macao, which was ac
cordingly dono. The Japan Herald
remarks that tho report needs con
firmation. According to tho native papers
tho promises belonging to a wealthy
opium guild at Keluug, Formosa,
was broken into on tho night ol
Juno 18, by some 30 armed mon, who
succeeded in carrying off a consider
able amount of money and a largo
quantity of the precious drug. Throo
military camps woro pitched in tho
neighborhood, but as tho officers
were all away making official calls,
tho assistance of tho soldiers could
not bo obtained till late tho next
day, by which timo tho robbors woro
leagues away with their booty.
Merchants in tho Indian trade at
Hongkong sont. tho following tnln
. gro"' ta ll, Viceroy of India: "All
, morchants engaged in Indian trado
, Hongkong earnestly urge Viceroy
' take no stops calculated to injure
; Indian trado with China. At pros
1 eut it is impossible to got remit
tances to India, banks fearing clos
ing mints, a protected rupoo and un
protected dollar. Indian business
' at a standstill in tho meantime."
A waiter on board tho Empress
of (Jhina is said to have resorted to
a novel method of secretly exporting
( women for immoral purposes. On
April 25th, when that vessel was i
leaving Yokohama, ho had brought
! ?,n board soyon, ernpt,y casks, and put
tho women ho had enticed, seven iu
uumbor, into tho casks. Thus escap
ing detection, ho took tho women to
Vancouvor, but there tho casks
wero seized by tho police, and
Fujiwara, as tho waitor is called, had
to make off as sharply as possiblo
through tho crowd of coolies, leav
ing his living treasures iu tho hands
of the police His ingenious plan
had been made known to tho police
at Yokohama, aud a telegraphic re
quest for the seizure of the women
in casks had boon made by tho Japa
noso authorities; henco tho quick
' detection of the questionable
by tho Vancouvor police.
Singapore has an epidemic of sick
ness combining inlluenza, malarial
fever and rheumatism. It catches
whole families. The only cause
medical mon can assigu for the
malady is tho great variation of
Joseph Byrne, a sailor from tho U.
S. S. Marion, was found dead in n
lagoon at Hankow, with his skull
fractured. His shipmates bolievo
ho was murdered aud thrown into
tho lagoon. It is with difficulty thoy
are rost rained from pulling down n
which they believe
aro harbored, and
Tho moonlight promenade concert
last evening was a t rent to tho visi
tors, of which thoro was a big crowd.
Tho 1 G. band undor Professor
Bcrgor gave an enjoyable program.
regular Sans Souci repast was
served up, which was liberally pa
tronized. After tho concert a danc
nig puny iook possesion oi mo
..j i i r i.
large lanai, ami to the strains of do-
liL'litlul musics trimied tho Iii'lit fan-
tastic to their heart's content.
Busses ran botwoon tho tramenrs
aud Sans Souci pleasure grounds.
The enterprising lessee intends to
make a specialty of similar concerts.
Last fail 1 was taken with a kind
of summer complaint, accompanied
with a wonderful diarrhoea. Soon
after my wife's sister, who lives with
us, was taken iu the saino wav. Wo
iim'iI nlnwial. iti-ni-vl liinir williMiif
lioiiiifil M'liim I liniil l,W na j-..
innolil. uic n i saiil, lot us 0
Uhatnborlaius Colic, Cholera ftiul
Diarrhdiii ltomcdv. which we did.
and that cured us riu'ht awav.
think iiiuch of it, an it did for
it was recoininoiKioti lo do.
ilertzler, Hothol. Ihulu Co..
1'a. 2ii mid Ml runt lioltlort for Halo
ly all dealorfl, lioiiHou, Smith tc
Co., auiilH for I ho Hawaiian liilaiids.
JJoot lioer 011 draught ul Uoiihoii,
Smith 6i Co.'h.
A Now York Judftmont That Grow
Tho Grown Jowols.
A dooision of tho Supremo Court
has boon rondored iu Emily do
Horblay vs. Samuel Norris. It'is by
Judgo Whiting of tho Circuit Court,
who took tho plneo of Justice Froar,
disqualified from having boon of
counsel for tho enso. Tho suit was
brought on a judgment for plaintiff
in tho Supiomo Court of Now York
twonty-tliroo yonrs ago for $1686 and
intorost nnd costs. Sorvico in tho
Hnwaiiau courts was m ado on clo
fondaut Soptombor 1, 18'JO. At tho
October term of that year a jury re
turned a verdict for tho plaintiff,
aud, after decision on exceptions,
judgment was ontorod for 11,
291.23 and S23.65 costs on Autiust
25, 1891. Justioo Dole on Decem
ber 5, 1891, allowed tho plaintiff's
attorney's bill of costs for $101.85,
aud on Doc. 7 ordered execution to
issue for 812,032.73 including costs.
Dofoudaut took exceptions to the
entry of judgment, and Justice
Bickorton reserved certain questions
for tho Supremo Court. Tho Court
now orders that tho ordor staying
execution (filed March 7, 1892), bo
rescinded and revoked. Therefore
tho judgment stands against Col.
Norris. P. Noumann and Thurston
& Frear for plaintiff; A. S. Hartwoll
and F. M. Hatch for dofoudant.
Justice Bickorton has rendered
tho unanimous opinion of tho Su
premo Court, rofusiug to entertain
exceptions to tho ovor-ruling of a
Uomurror iu tho Circuit Court, in
tho case of tho Queou vs. H. F. Poor,
on tho ground taken in tho Herring
case that no final disposition had
boon made of tho caso in tho Cir
cuit Court. F. M. Hatch for tho
Srosecution; A. P. Peterson and A.
osa for dofoudant.
Judgo Whiting has committed
William Wagner and Carl Wishart
to Oahu Prison, on their failure to
provide $500 bonds oach for appear- ,
auco as material witnesses at the
trial of Goorgo Ryan for tho crown .
jewols robbery at tho August term
of tho Circuit Court.
Judgo Whiting is to-day hoaring
a bill in equity to reform a faulty ,
deed, of E. K. Nahaolelua vs. Ka-
aahu (w.) ot al. Achi and Johnson
for plaintiff; Rosa for defendant.
Justice Dole, when on tho Supreme
Court bench, began but novor con-
eluded tho hearing.
Band Concert. !
The P. G. band will givo a
public concert at Makoe Island
this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Tho ,
following program will bo rendered:
March Greeting Doring
Overture Light Cavalry Suppe
Waltz Over the Waves (by request)..
Selection Nabncco Vordi
Medley Pleasant Memories Beyer
Schottischo Just Push, Don't Shove .
Gavotte Domino Oplsehlagcr
Quadrille Madamo Angut Leeocq
AarcunsQ or Tin-: BruoKHOLiv
ers of the W w ana k Company will be
held at the Olllco of tho Secretary on
WEDNESDAY, the 2d day of August,
ioiM, :n iu ociock a. M. bpeciai liusiness.
C. O. BEHQEK,
Honolulu, July '25, 1803. 7tS7-0t
JW. McGUIRE'S EXPRESS COM-
rainy will not be responsible for nnv
bills contracted without a written order
,. iu u..uB1B, r .. ml1,
Honolulu, July 21, lb!):. 783-tw
AT A MEETING OF THE DIRECTORS
of tho Hawaiian Suoah Co. held
July '2."th, a dividend of 'li Percent was
declared on the Capital Stocfc of tho Com
pany, payable at the olllco of the Agents,
Wm. G. Irwin &. Co., (L'd), on and after
July i!8, Ifc'JI. WM. G. IRWIN,
7S(t-lw Treasurer H. S. Co.
CUT THIS OUT!
Mutual Telephone Co.
rpHE FOLLOWING NAMES HAVE
JL been added to the olllcial list of sub
scribers of the Mutual Telephone Com
pany. Please cut out and paste iu a con
venient place for future reference:
103 Hiiro, J II res.
(Wl-Ca-tlo. J II res Waikiki,
031 Uoo Yliii? Luiik.
J7 Pcrelra, M S res.
217 McChesney it Son.
IW12 Paciliu Transfer Co.
l.'JH llasslner, J A res.
liiO Arlington Hotel.
3Mi Ariuorv, Co "A."
IK3 AnIi, W II res.
10 Attorney-General's Department.
Oio-llraun, Phil res.
ii.r0 Jlroughton, Miss E res.
(K!J Cumurn, Jos res.
(118 Carter, Jos I. res.
J17 Oaitlu, J It ies.
UKI Cnttou, Itobt, (Jucen Htieet.
I'jO Cooper, Dr C It res.
121 Cooper, Dr (,' II.
(lift Day, T J re-.
10 Foreign Department.
y.l Finance Department.
its Guerrero, i- res.
1(n; Jliiro. J II rus.
uijf iiivn 4i 1 1 (tii tJtttt
i i(2,iitom.,.ki j; (j
:) -Interior Department
-uv-ivauoa, r r res,
IS B Kaneohe Ranch Mendoncal.
700 Kahanupaoa, A B res.
710 Kalanlkau, C A res.
(117 Kinimaka, M A res.
101 Litrsen. Cant res.
I 411 Lucas, ('has ies.
I OKI Mitchell, Miss M res.
I .Wi-Morgan, Jas F res (Waikiki.
I (li:i Morndl, Lieut res.
ftHS Murphy, A E res.
I iyj McVeigh, J I) ies.
! (l.r) Onlwny ,t Poller.
(JTil-P MSB Co, Wharf.
! rortiuuii Hotel.
I (i!2 Pratt. Mrs r ri res,
I HJ7 H lloborli-on, (iiMifKiialnl.
i fiin-hlim ICie.
I i'-'- h"',.lf".,'!t.-V,H ' rv'-
li:i -Smith, Walter (1 iv.
llii Wagner, Win,
1711-Whlie. E o 10s
' hlo-Wih.oii. I.iciit res,
Woilehouse. E II re.
Yokohama Kpeele Hank, LM,
Zicgli'i', Chut ies.
tiubsvribe or i" i'fy Hulleltn, f0
o'lili or mouth.
Even When Called Incurable
Torrlblo Solgo Sciatic Rhoumatlem
r. Arthur Simon
Of Galatea, Ohio.
"They said I was iucurnblc, the doctors
did, but the result lias proven that Hood's Sar-sana-llla
was ntile to cure. I had Bclatlo
Rheumatism nnd was conllncd to my bed six
mouths. Throo physicians did not help mo and
I Wna Clvon Up to Dlo
When I was In. this torrlblo condition, unable
to more hnml or foot, I bcg.m to UUo Hood's
Sarsaparllla. Tho first buttlo had a little ct
feet, mul while takliiR tho second. I trained so
rapidly that 1 could sit up In my chair. My sys
tem had boon so run down by oilier medicine,
that It took mo quite a whllo to rcuuiiprato. lly
the time I had taken tour bottles of Hood's Sar
saparllla. 1 could wnlk nrouml, nnd now, as I
have taken six bottles, I nm cured ami can
do a good day's work. 1 do not feel I can pralso
enough." AnTnuit Simox, Galatoa, Ohio.
Hood's Pills " lh bot
rilU, asiln dlgcitiou, curs headaoho.
HOBUON, XEWMAX & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islundi.
To Lot or Loaso.
ed Honc on Adams
Lane. Apply at No. 10
Adams Lauu.' 779-tw
OUSB TO LET ON
Fort street, next to
tho School House. Ad
dress "P. O. Box 314."
T WA1KIKI, OX THE
Cottage with ConkhoufO
accommodation, tor par
ticulars inquire Hum.kti.n Olllco. 7tJ0-tf
rpWO SUITES OF FUU
X nHiccl Booms: Bath
room connected with each,
in Cuttiiuo on Kim: street.
lor two single gentlemen, aro to let.
at tins oiuec.
vrnw house of five
IN rooms, on Magazine iWt5wt
street, with Bathroom, pat- k3ii fSi.i
ent V. C. etc. Commands Sii?i9
one of tin-
nnest views in Honolulu. -M'l'iy
(477-tf) .!. M. VIVAS.
rNE BLOCK. FKO.M I1E-
retania 'treet cars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
tago of Six Booms Iirge
ixit, etahle mul Ulncl
Iou:o. Apply to
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
TO LET OR LEASE
' rrHE COTTAGE AT NO
J. m King -Wet. lately
occupied liv Mr. M. S. Lew,
contiiiuintr:s lted rooms Par
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and Bathroom;
btaole In yunl; Artol.m water laid on.
For particulars nnd terms npply to
xjl Houu on Punchbowl
street near Palacn Walk, i
Mutable for a small lamllv.
It contains Four Rooms with
Kitchen attached, also a
Jiathroom, Patent W. ('.. Carriage Room
and Stables. Fruit Trees, Flowers and
Shrub" abound on the premises. A good
tenant is desirable. Apply at Bullvtin
i TO LET!
1 NEW COTTAGE NO. I.
CONTAINING FIVE UOOMS
Pantries to Kitehun and
Dining-room. Kitchen and Din-
iiiL'-room floors painted, other rooms haud-
1 somely papered and lini-hcd; Patent W.
', C, Ilathrooin,, Servants' Itoom. Woodroom,
1 Chicken Hoii'-c and Yard. The Grounds
properly cultivated, contain ini: Fruit Trees,
Shrubs and Flowers. The.-e promif.es are
located one block from llcretaiiia street and
1 one mile from town. Can be leased bv a
good partv at n rcuonablo rent TO SlIT
j TO LET
NEW COTTAGE NO. II.
J Lanai, Ray
Willi low. Hal-
Interior of liousu hand-1
YNia iiy' Mjc
loini'ly grained and papered, Kitchen and
Diuiiig-iooiii Hours paluteil, Panor tloor
carpetcil, other lloois miutcil and oil
clothed, all now. House sets up sevon feet
from ground enclo-cd all around, Win
dows, Doors, etc. Two Patent W. C's,
Bathroom, Washroom, Servants' Itooius,
Tool Room. Chicken IIouso and Yard, '
Large Carriage liou-u and Slubhi wltli
rooms upitalrs. Any aiiiount' of Fruit
Trees, Grapes and Mowers, large Lawn
and Grounds under piopcr cultivation,
Ux-atlou same as Hom-e No. 1 ami same
terms to a god party at iirlcu TO bUJT
N. II. All wuste water from sink, etc.,
is carried through pipes to large luick
lli i.i.r 1 1 N
Olllco or to
DIE. WM. T. MON.SAIIIiAT, V. K Imv ,
lug returned 10 town, can bo found
dally al the 1 11 ll inuirv, King Street. Telo
plionm: Hell 11; Mutual Is.'). 77H-hv
NOTICE TO OUEPITOUS.
I'pJIECO.MMITrEE AI'l'OlNTED AT A
1 meeting of the creditors of hailimd
Parker teipiel thai all parlies hiivlug
I'lalius iieiiim-l biiiiim.-l I'atl.er preMiit
kiime to Mr. P. C. Jones 011 or before
THUIlriDAY, July -'7. IKH.
II, A. WIDEMANN,
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
B80 Fort Street, Honolulu.
PRICES GUT WAY DOWN.
Bengal Silknliue Drapery,
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, 0 yards for SI .
B3f These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -j
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholster y s Cabinet Making
OX HAND AX EXTENSIVE ASSOKTMENT OK
&tfJO-- ''M.1-r-Ti-Trii 1 MA '
R,yKg-lf1'v ' It-i- -'jfia
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
XO SECOND-HAND OK DAMAGED GOODS KEX'T ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
BELL TELEPHONE 523. - T" MUTUAL TELEPHONE. W5.
ML. S- I
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OF
IB. IF. EHLERS & CDO.
SOS & Bll PORT STRHJBJT.
Canton Wash Fabrios !
A handsome Cotton Fabric: New Styles this season; the ellects are fae-sliailes of China
rillks; to m'u them means to appreciate them.
3ULAJR.TT S-A-TEEHSTS !
Silk finish just out, real trench dehigus are the llm-t and the craze of the season.
Cashmere Sublimes 20 Cents Yard !
1 One of the handsomest Wash Materials this .-ea-on entirely new anil
for the price lm no ihjiiiiI,
WTaite Lawns and. ZJiixiity !
1 In Plain, btriped ami ( becked iu great variety.
IW Drossuiakina Under tho Management of MRS. RUNNER. .S3
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Fire rifckn on nil kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Risk by
J. S. "WALKER,
AetliiK AhuI lor tho HuwalUn llaud.
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