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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
PEIDAY, JULY 28, 1893.
TiiunsiiAY, July 27.
KM SB Monowal, Carey, 12 days from
Btmr Kaala from Waianao and W'aialua
Friday, July 2S
K M 8 8' Monowal, Carey, for San Fran
cisco at 1 a in
Strnr Mikahala for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
R M 8 8 Mariposa, Hayward, for tho Colo
nics. Cargoes from Island Forts.
Btmr Kaala 328 bags sugar, 41 bags paddy,
4 bags rice and 25 bags awa.
From the Colonies, per It M S S Mono
wal, July 27 Wm Naughton and 4 in the
steerage. 182 passengers in transit, of
whom 00 wcie saloon.
For San Francisco, per 1U1S3 Mono
wai, July 28 John Cassidy, Mr and Mrs
JH Burkhardt, TH Gibson and wife, 1
Rubcnstein, Miss Lynch, Col Sir Henrv
Collett, Prof W D Alexander, Mis May
Alexander, Leroy McChesney, Emilc
Reiss, A A McHatton, J F Stout and wife.
For Maui and Hawaii, per btmr Mika
hala, July 28 Mrs S Nowlein and child,
Emma Smithies, Alice Smithies, Guen
Chong, Lc Chong, J W Searle, R C Searle,
W Bailey, J D Paris, Mr Rycroft, Sister
Albertina, Miss Hunt, J Kauhane, K
Fnnya, E Stiles, Geo Hons, Miss H White,
Col S Norris, and 30 dccK.
The tern Allen A. is still on tho Marine
Railway being cleaned.
The steamer Mikahala took tho steamer
W. G. Hall's route to windward this morn
ing. Tho schooner Ka Moi will leave for Ko
hala and Kobolalelc on Monday and the
schooner Kauikeaouli for Pohoiki, Puna,
PALAMA At Koula, Honolulu, July 27,
1803, to the wife of Sampson Palamu, a
BED AND BLUE MATCHED.
The Baca to Take Place at Pearl
The Healani Boat Club had its
sis-oared crow, which consists of tho
champions who pulled last year,
with tho exception of H. Gallagher,
E. Holt having taken his place,. out
for a spin in tho bay yesterday even
ing. After thoir return a delegation
from the Myrtle Boat Club mot tho
Healanis and an agreement made
out by the latter was signed by tho
boys in red. Both clubs agreed to
row on Saturday, October 7, tho an
niversary of the race which lost to
the Myrtles tho championship. Tho
race will be rowed on tho Pearl City
Peninsula course at i o'clock in tho
afternoon. The clubs will put up
$50 each to go toward purchasing a
cup to bo rowed for annually and
business men will be asked to con
tribute toward securing such a prize.
Now that the event has been decided
upon, both crows will arrange pre
liminaries before going into active
Mr. Gordon Bennett.
James Gordon Bennett, proprietor
of tho New York Herald, was dan
gerously injured on Juno 7 by fall
ing from a coach in Paris. Ho con
tinued to grow worso on the 8th,
when a surgical operation became
necessary. Since tho oporation ho
had somewhat improved. Tho opor
ation was the opening of tho abdo
men, to seo if there was au internal
injury, as tho sovority of tho
terior contusion led the physicians
to boliovo. Bonnott made his will
previously to going under tho knife.
Tho oporation took about ifn hour
and a half, and a clot which had
collected aftor prof,so internal bleed
ing was removed.
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"One of my customers came in to
day and asked mo for tho best cough
medicine I had," says Low Young, a
prominent druggist of Nowman
Grove, Nob. "Of course I showed
him Chamberlain's Cough Remedy,
and ho did not ask to see any other.
I havo never yet sold a medicine
that would loosen and relieve a se
vere cold so quickly as that Reined'
does. 1 have sold four dozens of it
within tho last sixty days and do
not know of a single cao whoro it
failed to give tho most perfect satis
faction." 50 cout bottles for sale by
all dealers, Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian islands.
uru you boys
Tommy Laliosido Why, that
chumi) was a-tryin' lo umku believe
that Adam was tho first man, wliun
ovorvbody knows 'tvva Columbus.
LOOAIi AND GENEBAIi NEWS.
A notico to hnckmon appears else
where. Tho P. G. band will give a moou
linht concert at tho Hotel this ovon-
inS- . ..,
Tho stoamor Kinau will bo duo to
morrow morning from Maui and
Rev. Wm. Rador of Oakland will
occupy tho pulpit of Central Union
Church noxt Sunday.
Jncinlho Machado, a Portuguese
boy, was arrested to-day for assault
and battory on n Chinaman.
Tho Post Olllco despatched G22
lottors and 110 papers by tho S. S.
Monowui this morning for tho Coast.
Tho Poola and Honolulu Iron
wonts tug-oMvar teams will pull a
match at 5 o'clock to-morrow after
noon for a purse of 100.
Knlili, tho native who stabbed an
other on Tuesday morning, was sent
enced to ten days at hard labor this
morning by Judge Poster.
a young uaugnior oi iur. uamos
Cowan had tho misfortune to broak
hor arm tho other da3', and that a
second time in the satuo place.
Attornoy-Gonoral Barton of Now
South "Wales will probably bo a
through passenger on tho Miowora
from the Colonies on Tuesday noxt.
J. P. Morgan will hold a sale of a
piece of property at Makapala, N.
Kohala, Hawaii, under foreclosure
of mortgage, at his balesroom at
Tho C. A. S. Miowora was two
days ahead of contract time at Bris
bane on tho return trip from Van
couver. Hor time was 18 days 5
hours to Brisbauo.
Hon. Shirley Bakor, whoso name
is connected with tho recent turbu
loiit history in Tonga, is said to bo
coining to Honolulu by tho noxt
Oceanic lino steamer.
Jas. F. Morgan will continue tho
groat sale of bankrupt goods at tho
Arlington. Hotel street, to-morrow
(Saturda) at 10 o'clock a. in. Roll
up, or you'll got left.
Tho Monowai Post is a little paper
published on tho S. S. Monowai for
tho amusement, of the passengers.
It is printed from t3-po and pub
lished by Spencer Bros. One of its
most comical features consists in
tho typographical errors.
Captain E. E. Caroy, commander
of tho S. S. Monowai, was takon ill
at Auckland, and his place was taken
by Captain Chatfiold, who took tho
steamer to Sydney and return.
Captain Carey brought hor to Ho
nolulu, having recovered his health.
Tho Union Steamship Co. has
placed au order in Scotland for a
now steamer to tako the place of the
Monowai. Tho new vessel will bo
420 feet Iouk and will bo able to
maintain a sea speed of 1( knots au
hour. She will bo finished inside of
J. Kauui, tho prison guard who
was on duty at tho ond of tho yard
whoro George Ryan escaped from
yesterday afternoon, was arrested at
11:30 o'clock this morning and
charged with violating Sec. 7 of
Chap. 29 of tho Penal Code, by
allowing a prisoner to escape.
The Amateur Baseball League
hold a mooting at the Y. M. C. A.
hall yesterday evening. M. K. Ko
ohokalolo was elected President and
Prince Cupid, Secretary and Trea
surer. It was passed that no player
bo allowed who has played during
tho past season. Tho lirst gamo
will bo on August 1'Jtb.
Tho Board of Piro Commissioners
met at tho Bell Towor yesterday
evening to consider tho resignation
of Chief Engiuoor Hustace. On
motion of Mr. J. H. Boyd the resig
nation was accepted with regrot,
and the secretary was instructed to
havo a vote of thanks engrossed to
bo presented to tho rotiring chief.
Mr. Hustaco's successor was not ap
pointed. Mr. and Mrs. Frioman, proprietors
of "Tho Portland," the now hotel on
Judd and Liliha streets, gave a
social and danco at that hostelry
yesterday evening. There was a
largo number of guests prosont and
a most oujoj'ablo ovoning was spent.
Tho popular Quintet Club was pre
sent and entertained tho company
with vocal and dancing music. Tho
partj broke up about midnight and
many thauks wore passed to tho
hostors and hostess of "Tho Port
laud." Band Concert.
Tho P. G. baud will ivo a iwb-
i lie concoit at tho Hawaiian Hotel
this evening at 7:510 o'clock. At
tho request of the Poruvian resi
dents of this city, tho Poruvian
anthem has booii added to tho pro
gram, this being tho annivorsary of
that couutry's independence day.
The following piogiain will bo
pa in i.
Mnii'h Count lliumr.
Overture Calif of Jlagduil
Medley Popular Airs ,
WtilU Spanish btiuieiitx.
.Miirch Hiu'li Suliuol CaileH (liv
Tho Irronrouuiblo Harden.
Franoib L. G. Haiden writes lo
this paper, denying (ho report that
ho woilied his passage hero. Ho
says ho gave a promissory note, pay
able to V. G. Irwin, for his passage
in Auckland, liaideii also denies
lie was banished lieuee. The pulii-u
can Ibid him any time, ho h.'iy.i.
Deputy-Marshal lliown sent for
Mr. llaulim thin afternoon, ami gave
him two weeks to get out of the
country. If lie does not go iiinidu
of that time the oldca.iu of duelling
will lie brought up against him. Mr.
Harden Hit til no would lliluK
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
All Abouttho Snmoan War and Sur
render of Mataafa.
Auckland, N. Z., July 15.
Por S. S. Monowal.
Tho French elections take placo
on August 20.
Cholora is spreading in Hungary.
Forty deaths from tho cholora are
recorded at Alexandria, Egypt.
Owing to tho dry spring and sum
mer tho Austrian Govornmont has
prohibited tho export of foddor.
It is roportod that a French and
Russian naval demonstration will
shortly tako placo in tho Mediterra
nean. Tho Czarowitch, on his way back
from tho Duko of York's wedding,
paid a visit to tho Kaiser, who ro
coivod him with groat honor.
Lord Salisbury has requested tho
Poors to attend, during tho last wook
in August, to debato tho second
reading of tho Homo Rulo Bill.
Lord Dufferiu, British Ambassa
dor, is absent from Paris, as a pro
test against tho uusoemly attacks
made on Great Britain by tho French
Tho French ship Rossa reports
that sho was seized by pirates in tho
Gulf of St. Lawrence, and claims
compensation from the Canadian
Tho French Workers' Congress de
clined to take part iu the national
fete in commemoration of tho fall of
tho Bastilo, iu consequence of tho
hostility of the Government.
Dr. Kane, in his spooch, said thoy
had mot tyranny with unyielding do
fiauco, and would pay no regard to
tho efforts to forco a bloody revolu
tion upon them. Ho warned Ulster
men to keep thoir weapons ready.
There was a groat Orange demon
stration throughout Ulster, the 12th
of July, annivorsary of tho battle of
the Boyne. One hundred thousand
people attendod in the suburbs
of Belfast, to hear a speech by Dr.
Kane, against Home Kulo.
The French Admiral has takon
violent offenco because tho New
foundland Government insist on
French fishermen paying duty on
goods lauded on.-tho treaty shore
The Admiral refused the hospitality
extended to him by tho Governor.
French retaliation is feared.
Tho London Times states that tho
failure of tho Now Zealand Loan
and Mercantile Agency Company
has produced but little effect on its
wealthy shareholders, who are not
likely to allow a collapse. A schemo
for tho resumption of business by
tho company is in course of prepara
tion. The Khedive of Egypt, seeing tho
forco of tho Sultan's arguments that
ho should ro-assort his authority in
Egyptian affairs, demands at least a
Turkish body-guard iu Cairo. Tho
Sultan, howovor, is reluctant to
grant this request. It is rumored
that the Khedive would prefer to
abdicate rather than submit to
HOME BULE AND ULSTER THREATS.
In tho debate on the Homo Rulo
Bill in the House of Commons, an
amendment to retain tho represen
tation of tho Dublin University in
the Imperial Parliament was nega
tive by 82.
Mr. Gladstone in the debate said
he hoped the Universities in future
would attend more to learning and
loss to political cheers. Ho object
ed to all University seats.
Mr. Gladstono aunouncod that ho
proposed to abandon tho clause for
bidding Irish members doliboratiug
or voting on any but Imporial mat
ters, and to leave them unlimited
powers in tho House of Commons.
Mr. Soxton gave notico to movo
that tho Chairman of Committees
abused his powers in ordering him
Tho Daily News warns wavorors
among tho party that they are risk
ing another tonn of Tory coercion,
for unless tho Bill is adopted there
must be a dissolution.
THE COLONIES AND SAMOA.
Tho Napier, N. Z., harbor board
loan has been placed in Loudon at
Lord Kintoro, Governor of South
Australia, installed Sir R. Duff as
Grand Master of tho United Grand
Lodge of Masons, the ceremony tak
ing placo at Syduoy.
Strikiug seamen are being sont
oncod to imprisonment at Sydney
for refusing duty. Owners stato
that so far as they aro concerned
tho strike is over, as they havo more
labor than thoy know what to do
Sir William Fox, K. C. M. G., a
prominent statesman of Now Zoa
land, died Juno 2U in his 82d year,
aud, by a coinuidonco, on the first
annivorsary of Lady Fox's doath.
Ho was a groat orator aud a strong
advocate of prohibition, being tho
author of Now Zonland's law giving
a populur veto on tuo lujuor trallic.
Sir William visited the Uuitod States
and Canada -10 years ago to study
thoir institutions. In 1875 he ropre
hnnliul flio Good Tonmhir.s of New
r. . - t . .. .r :z.i .: , . .
' ""hUlU "t till) XI. V. G. .Lodge ill
wniu, iinu luuu uuctniuu iu iiiuu-
gato the working of prohibition iu
CHEW 01' A LAUOII VI.S3UL MUJIDEIUU).
News has boon recoivod of tho
murder of tho crew and the plunder
ing of a Queensland labor vessel at
tho Solomon Islands. The ship was
at Malata with some 50 recruits on
board, ami a chief advised the captain
that if he would go ton curtain point
further on ho (the chief) would bring
a lot more inuii, The shio was takuu
thoro, and win iniinediatoly sur
rounded by canoes; while events
pioved that the reeiuited men had
been put on board for the purpose
of aiding iu the mashaere, Suddenly
au attack was iiimlu by tho combined
forces iu tho canoes and those on
the ship, with the result that all tho
I whito men were uuirdorod. tho ves.
sol pluudorod and thon burnt to tho
water's edge. Tho ship was now,
and tho crow had novor been in the
trade. H. B. M. S. Curacoa is cruis
iug in tho Solomons just now, and
will no doubt look into the matter
WAR IN SAMOA THE REDEt. CIHIT DE
FEATED, Aha, July 19.
Nows of battle comos in tho Samoa
Times of July 15, tho latest uumbor
of that paper to baud.
Govornmont troops wore march
ing to tho front most of tho morn
ing of Saturday, 8th inst. About
two in tho afternoon tho first divi
sion of tho Fnloalii people marched
through Apia. According to ancient
Sainoan custom they aro obligod to
kill anything living that crosses
thoir path whon on their way to
commenco a war; for if thoy neglect
to do so thoy will havo bad luck. So
two mon ran a long way ahead of
tho party saying, "pleaso go into
your houses." A boy neglected this
injunction as thoy passed through
Matafolo, and was only saved by the
agility with which ho got under a
pile of timber in a boatsliod opposito
Mr. Dean's store. Ho afterward es
caped along tho bench.
Govornmont forces to the number
of 400 took up a position iu tho Vai
tolo plantation, whilst tho ononiy
woro within tho stockyard.
Asi, of King Maliotoa's forces,
canio forward and suggested that
tho fight should not begin until
Monday. Some of tho othor side
cried out that thoy wanted to fight
at once. Asi thon challenged any
ono man to como out aud fight him
singly. As tho chief had a crippled
hand, his challengo was rather rash.
It was not accoptod.
About 4 o'clock a gun was fired
by one of Mataafa's men. Somo say
it was accidental, but others that it
was deliborato and killed ono of Ma
liotoa's men. This shot started a
Tho rebels woro bohind a stono
wall, which, having no loopholes,
was a poor dofouse, as tho men had
to oxposo head and shoulders whon
thoy fired. Man' seemed to firo iu
the air. By a skilful Hank move
ment the kind's troops drove tho
rebels from their position. Thoy
ran 200 yards to the boundary wall
of tho plantation, whoro thoy re
mained until darkness had sot in.
Four women woro killed iu tho
skirmish, two of them being behead
ed aftor thoir killing. Thirteen
heads brought into town aud laid at
the palace gate indicated tho num
ber of rebels slain. Tho king re
ceived tho ghastly trophies with
"great thanks." Later ostimatos
placo Mataafa's loss as 1(5 killed and
16 or 17 wounded, aud throo killed
and 12 wounded on tho king's side.
A dozen wounded warriors wero
placed in a temporary hospital in
Apia, whoro thoy were lookod aftor
by Mr. W. E. Clarko and Miss Lage.
Later in tho ovoning eighteen or
nineteen boats wero seen hovering
off Mulinuu Point. It was a moot
question whothor they meant au at
tack or wore nosignou to keep the
Government from sending a largo
forco to tho front. Tho Govornmont
was prepared to give them a warm
reception, but tho flotilla made no
attempt to attack.
On Sunday it was discovorod that
Mataafa's people had evacuated tho
whole lino of country from Vailolo
plantation to Malio. Tho Govern
ment forces at dajbroak made a
rush to carry tho stone wall, behind
which thoy had last known tho ene
my to bo stationed, but thoy found
Mabetoa's army started in pursuit
of tho rebels, burniug houses on the
way. Thoy found tho town of Ma
lio, where Mataafa had lived and
gathered his following, in Haines.
The rebel chiof had set firo to his
own and his followers' hoiibes, but
loft those 01 foreigners standing.
When the loyal troops found
rebel town dosorted,
thoy wont in
tho pigs aud
for a groat feast on
A visit to tho scene of war rovoal
od many houses flying whito lings of
neutrality aud clumsy imitations of
flags of tho Powers displayed for
protection. A Times reporter found
15 houses razed along the road, and
tho smouldering ruins of 15 houses
at Malio. Mataafa's following was
estimated at 700 mon.
Further news iu the Times up to
the 13th, inclusive, consists of ac
counts of schemes for the capture
of Mataafa. It was reported at the
date given that Mataafa was expect
ed to surrender in a day or two, un
conditionally. Advices received at
Honolulu by tho Monowai show that
tho robel chief and his chiuftaius
havo surrendered. Mataafa wont on
board tho British warship Katoom
ba, of tho Australasian defense
squadron, which was hastily des
patched to Apia on the news of pro
bable war. Some of his chiefs went
on board the Gorman warship Spor
bor, It is said that a number of
disaffected chiefs still at Savaii will
be induced by Mataafa to submit.
Francis G. L. Harden, who went
ashoro from tho Monowai at Apia,
says Matanfa surrendered to tho I
British mid German warships, giv- 1
ing up 700 stand of arms, 25,000 '
rounds of ammunition, 28 pounds of J
dynamite aud four old-fashioned
smoothbore 7-poundor cannon.
Harden, who was refused a laud-
ing at bamou on his immsiimoul !
from Honolulu, and who was not l
Kivou rest for tho solo of his foot
at Fiji, says if ho had been allowed
to laud iu Samoa there would have
boon war long ago!
A haiidbill, of which tho follow
ing is a copy, has been received iu a
"71b Foreigners of All Xalioiuilitics.
"We hereby warn our Nationals,
aud all Kotoigiion-, against iu any
way taking part iu the Present War,
especially by Harboring lielligeieuts,
their Live Stock, or their Goods of
"T. IS. OcsACK Smith,
Her lii'itanuic Majesty's (JoiihuI.
Imperial German Consul.
Consul General, U.S.A.
"Given at Apia, this 11th day of
A special of tho Samoa Herald
dated July IU gives particulars of
tho ending of the war.
Mataafa's surrender was compell
ed by tho joint action of tho throo
Powers. Tho British warship Ka
tooniba nrrived from Auckland on
Sunday with instructions from tho
United States, Gieat Britain and
Germany. Noxt day a eonforoueo
was held by tho commanders of tho
British and Gorman warships and
tho three Consuls at tho British
Aftor tho conference tho Consuls
set off poto haste to sou King Ma
liotoa at Loulumocga. In tho ovon
ing thoy returned to Apia and wont
on board the warships, .mil by that
time it had become certain that a
joint visit to Manono and a joint do
maud for tho surrender of Mataafa
and his followors had been arranged.
At daybreak Tuesday tho Katoom
ba steamed out of Apia harbor, fol
lowed shortly by tho Gorman war
ships Bitssard and Spoibor. Arriv
ing at Manono tho Katoomba aud
tho Bussaid drow up botweon tho
island and tho mainland, while tho
Sporbor went round Apolima way to
prevent an escapo to Savaii.
Tho king's fleet of 2-10 boats, with
Malietoa conspicuous 111 tho midst,
camo up to tho Katoomba. A whito
flag was hoisted on tho British war
ship, aud notice was sent ashoro to
Mataafa that, unless ho surrendered
before ono o'clock, a gun would bo
fired and Manono shelled.
It was intended that under tho
cover and protection of tho firo from
tho ships Malietoa's men should
land, aud it is curtain, from what is
kuowu as to tho respective strength
of tho forces, that they would havo
made short and bloody work of
Mataafa sent word back that his
people would hold a "fono" to con
sider tho position. Tho British aud
American Consuls started for the
shore to enforce tho dictum of tho
Powers. Whon Mataafa saw them
coming ho started for tho ships and
tried to race past the Consuls, so
that ho might got to tho Katoomba
first aud claim tho credit of an un
conditional surrender. Ho was in-
j torcopted, howovor, and told ho
must surrender immediately or tako
Mataafa was accompanied by 28
chiefs on boarding the Katoomba.
There was only a quarter of an hour
left, and in another 15 minutes tho
guns, already trained on tho island,
would havo boon pouring down
Aftor the surrender tho work of
disarming tho rebels was immediate
It is reported that sorious fighting
has takon placo at Savaii. Tho
Government woro said to havo so
cured throo heads.
LOSS OF THE VICTORIA.
Naval Opinions on the Disaster.
Captain Bourko'a Hair Turned
The following items are from lato
Some of tho ollicors of tho Victo
ri'i considor that Vice-Admiral Try
on was suffering from physical ex
haustion at the tune of tho accident
to tho flagship.
Among tho survivors there is a
feeling ' that tho Vice-Admiral's
brave ond largoly condones his error
Naval oflicers at Portsmouth de
clare that tho hesitation on the part
of those iu charge of tho Campor
dowu to oboy Admiral Tryou's ordor
probably producod tho collision.
Tho Squadron ollicors aro unablo
to understand why Hoar-Admiral
Markham oboyod Admiral Tryon's
signal when ho realised tho danger
of a collision.
It is stated that during tho colli
sion between tho Victoria and tho
Cainpordowu tho hair of tho Hon.
Maurico A. Bourke, captain of tho
Viot&ria, turuod white.
Mrs. N. rislco
Tho combination of excellent Btomach
tonics In Hood's b.irsnpnrllla is such that,
with proper attciitluu to diet, Indigestion
ami oven tho worst cases of ilspi'pla ore
cured by this nu'dldno. Kcad lint:
"HavliiK fur scucral yoars Iioimi Kroatljr
troubled with iiiilleUon, nn J Invlnt; icou
Hood's tvns.ip irlll-x :ulvi)rthi'cl, I concludsd to
give It a trial, Tu my li iiiplm'si and (neat a uis
faction 1 found It tu lm iii ouly rcinvdjr for till
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elUclcutly, on thu liver aud Uovt uU. i."Cc.
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Furniture,Upliolstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN KXTHNSIVH ASSORTMENT OF
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Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HANI) OR DAMAOKD GOODS KKFT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 5.1
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AT THE TAMOUB STORE OK
IB- IF BHLERS c GO.
SOS 8c B 1 1 PORT STRHHT.
Oanton "WeisfcL FaJorios !
A liaiulMumu Cotton l'tihrio; Now (Styles tills gfaiou; tho ellecU aro fiie-aliniles of Clilur
Bilk; to M'u tlium menus to appreciate them.
Bilk litii-di jiiNt out, real Krcncli ile.-dgu aru thu ihiuet anil thu uraztt of thu bciixon.
CJaslaznere Su.Tolim.es SO Oexits "X"Etrci !
Onu of tho humlnouiL'jft Wash Material thin i-enton entirely new uiul
for thu price has no 1'inial,
"Wliite Lawius and. Dimity !
In l'hiln, btriiieil and I'liei'kuil In yro.it varlut.
r?r Dressmakluo Under Ibe Manaoomont o( MRS. RENNER. J3
Royal Insurance Company
" The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
Mr- Klru rUku on all kinds of liuurauco I'mnrrtv taken at t'nrrunt Hlk by
7Ui-3iu Acting Agent fur thu Hawaiian WUiuW.
for THIS WEEK ONLY -a
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MUTUAL TELEPHONE W.
in the World."
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