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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FitOM AND AFTER JUNE 1. 1893.
To Ewa Mil-!..
Leave Pearl City....
Arrive Ewa Mill
Leave Ewa Mill (1:21 10:43 3:43
Leavo 1'enrl City (1:55 11:15 4:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55
A. Saturdays only.
0. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, JULY 29, 1893.
FntuKV, July 20.
Br tchr Parthcnopc, Heal, 38 days from
Newcastle, N H V
Am bark Elizabeth Grahnni, Anderson, 15
days from Newcastle, N S V
Saturday, July 29.
KM SB Mariposa, Hayward, from San
Stmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr C K Bishop from Kauai
Stmr Mokolll from Molokai
Stmr Waialealo from Kauai
Satuiuiay, July 2!1.
RMSS Mariposa, Hayward, for the Colo
nies at 0 p in
Am schr Allen A, Soliage, for Eureka, Cal
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr James Makee for Kapaa and Kilauea
at 4 p ni
Stmi Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr Kaala for Kahaku and Punaluu
Schr Ka Moi for Jvohala and Koholalele
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Btmr Bishop 100 bags rice, 225S bags
paddy, and 29 pkgs sundries.
Strnr Kinau (1714 bags sugar, 272 bags
potatoes, 20 bags corn, 49 bales wool,
10 cases pineapples, 8 bbls poi, 1 horse,
110 bdls hides and 250 pkgs sundries.
LOCAL, AND GENERAL NEWS.
China Engine Co. will haro a drill
A notico regarding tho bark Lad
stoclt appears olsowuoro.
Mr.. James A. Wilder is with us
again'. Jamio arrived on tho S. S.
The Bulletin is indebted to Pursor
Tho9. Smith, of tho S. S. Mariposa,
for nows favors.
Tho S. S. Mariposa will resume
her voyao to tho Colonies at G
o'clock" this evening.
Tho S. s7oTty"of Now" York will
bo duo from tho Orient on route to
San Francisco on Monday.
A good chanco to obtain furnished
bedrooms in private family is offered
in our advertising columns.
Twouty-sovon boxes of firo-arms
came by tho S. S. Mariposa to-day
consigned to tho Provisional Gov
ernment. Mr. L. H. Doe was thrown from a
buggy at Pnlama this morning, and
somewhat injured about tho faco
Tho groat football gamo between
tho Bostons and Honolulus will tako
placo at tho Loaguo grounds a week
Mr. L. H. Deo, proprietor of tho
Criterion, returned from a business
trip to tho Coast on tho S. S. Mari
Threo boxes of treasure contain
ing S70.000 arrived on tho S. S. Mari
posa this morning from tho Coast.
D. W. Maratta, UrsTConsul-Gon-eral
to Melbourne, is a through pas
senger on tho S. S. Mariposa to-day.
The Honolulu Cricket Club has
received supplies of practice ma
terial. There will bo tho usual prac
tice this afternoon.
A copy of "Our Navy," tho jour
nal of tho men and apprentices of
tho U. S. navy, has been received
from men on tho U. S. S. Boston.
Tho Ilawaiis and Crescents play
tho last gamo of tho senso this
afternoon. Tho P. G. band will bo
in attendance to speed tho lucky
J. A. Xeal, a hackmau, was fined
$25 in tho District Court this morn
ing for assault and battery on J.
Andrade, barkeeper of the Bee Hive,
Councilman John Ena is tho
registered owner in Honolulu of tho
Hawaiian steamer Aloxander which
is reported to have disabled tho U.
S. S. Mohican.
1.&TR MRFTJN NEWS
Ulliu VUUiUM 11IJUUI
Continued from 1st Page.)
M. Etionno, a formor Undor So
crotary of tho colonies, in an inter
view says: "Tho annexation of Siam
is unavoidable. I am perfectly cor
tain that tho Government will ac
complish this in order to provont it
falling into tho hands of Great
In tho Chambor of Deputies,
Dovollo, Minister of Foreign Affairs,
said tho Government had no iutou
tion to intorforo with Siamoso indo
pondonco, but would insist that Siam
respect tho treaties. Tho interfer
ence of a third powor would not bo
tolerated. If Siam did not mnko
complete reparation for tho murdor
of Grasgunu, Froneh inspector of
tho untivo militia, by tho Siamoso
mandarin, and other acts, Franco
would blockade tho Mokong River
and, if necessary, Bangkok would bo
bombarded. Dovollo spoko at some
length concerning Great Britain's
part in tho difficulty. Ho denied
that ho had actod humbly toward
England. Both Earl Rosobory,
British Foreign Secretary, and tho
Marquis of Dufferin, British Embas
sador in Paris, had given positive
assurances that England would not
interfere in Siam. At tho conclusion
of Dovello's address, tho Chambor
unanimously votod confidonco in the
PAIUS TRESS OPINION.
Tho Figaro complains of England's
animosity against tho French in
Siam, and thereby explains tho re
sentment with which somo French
uowspapors have attacked Lord Duf-foriu.
Tho Sieclo is indignant because
tho English speak as tho masters or
protectors of Siam, whereas thoy
aro ueithor, and calls upon tho Gov
ernment to act with energy and
rapidity, so as not to allow tho fire
to spread into a conflagration.
Tho Dobats writes in tho same
Tho other papers are unanimous
in urging tho Cabinet to act ener
getically, regardless of what thoy
considor British dog-in-tho-mangor-ism.
From Kauai, per stmr 0 U Bishop, July
29 J Cunningham, Mr Nupapa, and 5
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
July 29 Hugh Playfair, A Wcstmacott,
Dr M E Grossman, Dr llnscll and wife,
Mrs Ai, W 11 Castle, wife and family" 5),
H C Hapai, Mrs W W Goodale. Paul Xeu
mann, h, Podoyn, Miss Kate Welsh, Kohl
Scott, Mrs Aana Kekoa, S Hashiniai, Mrs
C Y Aiona, Geo McCubbin, Miss E II
Hitchcock, Miss C Goodale. Father liona
ventura, Father Oliver, C H Bragg, F May,
C Kaiser. J V Montgomery. 11 btroubeofc,
Miss Bicknell, Mrs It Hind, E Stiles, Miss
E K Cummings, Akoua and wife, H I
Lillie, H F Glade, and oti deck.
From San Francisco, per 1! M S S Mari
posa, July 29 For Honolulu: Miss Hol
land, Miss Martha Beckwith, Miss Bergcr,
L H Deo, Miss May Dillingham. W F Dil
lingham, G G Gates, Mrs F M Hatch and
child, J D Koith and wife. M O Kelley.
Miss Lishman, Mrs Long, M Louisson and
wife, James Low, Mrs L E Tracy, Mrs I K
Magrudor, 2 children and nurse, Ituv V
Kader, C Kitchie Siuipkins, Mis Vollert
son, RevJB Wakefield, Miss Wakefield,
James A Wilder, P N White and wifo, D A
Dowsett, and 21 steerage. For Sydney:
Miss Hayward, Christopher It Allen, FD
Badgery, W W Bill. W M Brison, E Honey,
J H Hulton, G F Hunter, It E de U Lopez,
B Marks, J Marks, D W Maratta, U S Con
sul Gen'l to Melbourne. Mrs D A Maratta,
Chas Morrison, F J Nolan, Mrs .1 A Wheel
er, Jas S Young, E II Baker, and 18 steer
age. For Apia: Dr F HeinecKo. For
Auckland: Henry Tiseh, and 2 steerage.
At Honolulu for Sydney: Elder J Kaler
and wife, Elder G K Wells.
Tho great baukrupi sale will bo
continued at tho Arlington dining
room at 7 o'clock this ovoning. A
fine chance is offered to secure
goods at low prices.
A deposit of S30 each has been
made by tho Hoalani and Myrtle
boat clubs with tho editor of tho
Bulletin for tho six-oared race
October 7 oil tho Pearl City c,ourso.
Invitations have been issued by
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dillingham for
the mairiage loception of their
daughter, Mary Emma, and Mr.
Walter Francis Frear, at 8:30 o'clock
Tuosday evening next at Woodlawu.
Two stowaways on tho British
ship Parthonope, Edward May aud
Edward Juico, have boon turned
over to tho polieo undor tho stow
away act. The l'arthonopo arrived
yesterday from Newcastle, N. S. W"
Captain Zieglor, in command of
tho P. G. forces at tho Government
building-, telephoned to the Police
Station at 8:30 o'clock yesterday
evening to send two police officers
to subdue an obstroporous guard.
Tho ollicers despatched brought in
later Private O. Schusslor, who was
revelling in tho enjoyment of a
three-cornered jag. Schusslor was
locked up for drunkenness.
THE LEPER BANDIT.
POSSIBLE COLLISION WITH BRITAIN.
The fear in England is that a dis
puto may arise in Siam between the
commanders of tho French aud
English gunboats, and it maj de
velop into an oxchango of shots,
when it would bo impossible to pre
dict tho end. Threo French gun
boats, however, would stand a poor
chance against tho British vessels
there, which aro twico as big and
more heavily armed.
FIOI1T WITH THE TORTS.
A Saigou despatch of July 17 says:
Tho French marines have attack
ed and captured tho forts at Don
thane and Tappam, on tho uppor
Mekong. Xho J.' 'ranch lost six killed
and sovoral wounded. Tho Siamoso
loss was heavy.
Tho French merchantman Jean
Say has boon soized by tho Siamoso
at tho mouth of tho Monam Rivor
and sunk to block tho chaunol. Tho
crow was badly treated and thrown
into prison at JJaugkok.
Tho Government of Siam has con
sented to withdraw tho troops in
Mekong Valley, provided Franco
also agrees to suspond hostilities.
Le Temps' special correspondent
in Saigon says: "Tho Siamese chief,
Priapitcha, commanding at Khong,
sent a Ilag of truco on Tuosday to
the Franch captain, begging him to
cease firing, as, according to Pria
pitcha, advices from Bangkok stated
that a French admiral hud arrived
there to treat for peace. The cap
tain replied that ho was without in
structions, but would coaso as soon
as tho Siamese forts were abandoned.
Tho result is unknown in Saiicon."
Baron de Korff, attache of tho
Russian legation in Paris, said to a
representative of tho Associated
Press that tho statement that Russia
would support Franco on every
point in dispute with Siam was a
ton to Now York, making tho pass-
ago in o aays v uours oo imnuies.
This ia nearly two hours bettor than
tho run made by tho Fuorst Bis
marck in April, 1892.
At Washington Park tho running
rocord for a milo and sovonty yards
was broken by Faraday, in 1:14.
A story that tho Hawaiian steamer
Alexander ropliod to the hail of tho
U. S. S. Mohican in thoBohring Sea
with a shot that disabled tho Mohi
can's ongino, is regarded as a hoax.
Tho whaler Bolvodoro was badly
crushed by ico aud put into Ooua
laska for ropairs. She had 'JG00
pounds of whalobono, which would
bo brought down by tho Bortha.
An increased attendance at the
World's Fair speedily followed tho
reduction in railway rates.
Russian exhibitors at the World's
Fair covered their exhibits bocauso
tho customs ollicors charged them
with violating tho laws by selling
goods in bond, and the rules of the
exhibition in selling for immediato
dolivory. Tho management is not
ploasotl with tho conduct of tho Rus
sians. Vico President Stovonson is being
royally received in California.
Manufactories at Napa, Cal., aro
closing down on account of tho
Tho jury in the Heath murdor
trial at Frosno have boon discharg
ed on disagreement. Thoy stood 11
for conviction and one for acquittal.
Justico Edgar McCullon, of tho
New York Supremo Court, is said to
have been offered the late Justico
Blatchford's placo in tho United
States Supremo Court. ,
Threo porsons wore killed and
eight injured by a train crashing
into a street car on a lovel crossing
Goorgo McDonald was killed by a
blow in tho jaw from Frank J. Egau,
in an amateur glovo light in a .Now
York uptown vacant lot.
The cutter Rush has captured tho
soaling schooners St. Paul and Alex
andra, both owned in San Francisco.
R. T. Rokobj, ox-inanager of tho
defunct Commercial Bank at Winno
peg, Canada, is missing. He is
charged with falsely representing
the affairs of tho bank. His short
ago is 50.000.
Tho Brazilian insurgent vessel
Jupiter, with Admiral Wandonkolk
on board, was captured without re
sistance by two gunboats. Another
rebel steamer is reported to have
TALK IN WASHINGTON.
What tho Heault of American . Hesi
tation Might Bo.
i A private letter from Washington
' by to-day's mail indicates that tho
possibility of British intervention in
i Hawaiian affairs is being discussed
thoro. Some people say freoly that
J if tho United States hesitates much
i longer, it would sorvo her oxactly
! right to have the islands offered to
&U1UUM, n (IW, Oil J I UU3U JUlE3UUO,
would grab them so quickly that it
would make tho Washington slow
pokes' heads swim.
This kind of tn'k i clpn-1 tho fag
end .f tho fculisli tcaio concocted
at Honolulu to forco tho hands of
tho United States. It h-aves tho
British policy whoie it has always
boon, and will not jar Cleveland's
hand a bit.
Thoro is a story nllont in Hono
lulu that tho battalion reported
coming out from England to Victo
ria is not on account of the Bohring
Sea mattor at all, but that tho troops
aro intonded to garrison Honolulu
whonovor tho United States Govern
ment throws up tho Hawaiian job?
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
5SO Fort Street, Honolulu..
PRICES CUT WAY DOWN.
A largo fire has occurred in
warehouse district of London.
Emperor William of Germany will
visit summer resorts in Norway and
Both tho Princo of Walos and Mr.
Gladstono aro roported to have boon
shaken up in separate street colli
sions in Loudon.
Zlr. David 21. Jordan
Colorless, Emaciatod, Helpless
A Complete Ouro by IIOOIPB
This is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and one of the most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
"Fourteen ycanriEO I lisitl fin attack of tho
gravel, and havo since becu troubled wltn my
Liver and Kidneys
gradually growing worio. Threo years ago I
got down so low that I could mcnrcely wnlk.
I looked more lllto a corp-w than a living being.
I had no appi'llto and for llo .weeks I nto
noiliing but Rrnrl. I was baaly emaciatod
and had no Uioro color than n marble Mntuc.
Uood's Barsapai Ilia was recommended and I
thought I would iry It. neforo I had finished
tho dr3t bottlo I noticed that I felt better, suf
fered less, tho innnmmnllon of the bind
drrhadsulislilcd. the color began to roturn to
my face, and I bcKnn so feci Iiiiucit- Alter
I had taken tlin-o bottles I could eat anything
without hurting me. Why. I got so hungry
that I had to eat r. times a day. I havo now
fully recovered, thauUs to
All wno kiiuw
U. m. Jordan.
Bengal Silkulinc 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, (i yards for $1 .
33P These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY -si
r fr.l xirll nllll nm wll.
mo marvel to see mo so well."
Tho American tern Allen A, Scringe,
master, camo oil' tho Murine ltailuay yuv
torday afternoon utter being cleaned, and
left to-day for Eureka, Cal., in ballast.
The British bark Elizabeth Graham, JiTri
tons, A. Anderson, master, arrived in port
yesterday evening, 45 days from Newcastle,
K. S. V., and anchored in the naval row.
Sho brought a cargo of 0.50 tons of Austra
lia coal, consigned to Wilder A: Co. The
Graham will dock on Monday.
Tho trim British bark l'arthoiiopo. 15U3
tons, John C Heal, master, was towed into
port at 5 o'elock yesterday aflernuon, after
a smart passage of thirty-eight (lavs from
Newcastle, N. fc. W. She brought lil)!)!) tons
of coal to order. Tlio I'urtlienope Is an
chored on the Ewu side of the Boston.
Blackened His Eyes.
A native named Chas. Kupau ar
rived at the 1'olico Station at '.):!!()
o'clock last, night and reported that
ho had boon assaulted by threo
young men, Isaac Cockott, Henry
Cockett and Malinatiili, at Iwiloi.
Ho sported two largo "buofhtouks"
on his eyes. Two ollicors were de
tailed and tho boys wore arrested.
Mr. J. L. Kaulukou put up bonds
for tho lads. Kupau complained
that somo boys broke down Iuh fence,
and when he asked if they did it, they
roplied with tho rough usago muii
tionod. Tho boys wore reprimanded by
Judge Foster this morning aud dis
charged, a number of youthful wit
nesses testifying that tho compl;iiut
ant struck tlio lirst blow.
Last fall I was taken with a kind
of summer comnlniut, accompanied
with a wonderful diurrhuui. Soon
after my wife's sister, who lives witli
us, was taken in the huiuo way. Wo
used almost everything without
benefit. Then 1 wiid, let im try
Clmniborlaiu'H Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Hoiiimly, which wo did,
and that cured us right away. 1
think much of it, as it did for me
what it was recommended to do.
John HorUler, Jicthol, Herks Co.,
J.-a, 25 and HO cunt bottlu.s for bate
by all doalerrt, Himihoii, Smith iV
Co,, agouts for tho Hawaiian Inlands,
Is Seen by Two Cowboys in Puuka
News was received by tho steamer
C. It. Bibhop, which arrived from
K-uiai this morning, that Koolau,
tho leper outlaw, was seen at Puu-
1'apele, in tho Waiinca mountains,
by two cowboy belonging lo r rancis
Gay's ranch, Niihau. Tlio cowboys
were hunting up somo catllo when
thoy saw and recognized Koolau at
a di&tance, tlio leper having worked
on tlio Niihau ratich in formor years.
When the men saw tho leper they
turned down a different trail. Koo
lau was fully armed and carried a
rillein his right hand. Tho outlaw
lias hoard about tlio reward for his
(upturn and is on tlio lookout for
I'uukapolo, Nualolo aud Kalalau
valleys are in close proximity to each
other, and it is believed Koolau lives
in all threo of them, alternately.
Demurs to a Itoport. !
The man who shot a cat in a King i
street yard tlio other nightdonies
that hih act was oati-ed b tpito. Ho i
had no idea who owned the annual.
His hunt for catt, which resulted as
reported, w a- to conquer quiet for tho
benelit of his sick wife, whoso rest
had been biokcn for many nights by
hideous caterwauling. Moioovor,
lie hays lie is not a Gorman.
I ".My little boy was very bad oil'
i for two mouths with dianhuia. Wo
I imed varioiib medicines, also called
in two doctors, imi homing none
him any good until we uwtl Chain
borlaiu'h Colic, Cholera aud Diarr-liu-a
liemi'dv, which gave immediate
relief and soon cured him. 1 con
sider it (ho "-( medicine mado anil
conscientiously rernmmund it to all
who need 'a diauhiea or colic medi
cine. .1. li. llaie, Trenton, Tex. 'Jf
and f) cents bottles for sale by all
dealers, lienson, Smith i 'Co.,
agenls fur (ho Hawaiian Islands,
VuUy Jiullrtin, CO vent a month,
Mr. Preston, acting director of tho
mint at Washington, replies to crit
icisms on tho Government'i policy
in lixiug tho prico of silver bullion.
Ho claims that, in accordance with
law, tho prico of silver in tho London
market must be takon into account.
The Loudon rate has regulated tho
price all through this century and
regulates it now.
Itontus, tho parson who ran away
with a girl from California, has got
out of sight at Victoria. Tho prose
cution is blamed for slowness in not
having had fresh warrants ready
when one failed to hold him.
Sealers report oxtremo Russian
measures against pelagic sealing in
Kiissian waters. All vessels captur
ed will bo confiscated.
The Nicaraguau Canal Co. will
try to raise S100,000,tK)0 by selling
securities at 'JO or 95 direct to tho
people of the United States in lots
of one share up. It is planned to
avoid calling in any syndicate of
President Cleveland is fishing at
I Buzzards Bay.
I Mr. JSoklcs, Comptroller of tho
Ciirronay, says the linancial panic
has petered out.
Tho Commercial Bank of Milwau
kee has failed.
MeCroary of Kentucky is slated
as chairman of the Foreign Affairs
Committee in tiie Hoiibo of Kepre
j sentatives, vico Blount.
Tlio U. S. S. Alert is under orders
I lo return home from the China sta-
lion in October.
i General John G, Walker, who was
i famous in the war, ih dead. Ho was
I an accomplished linguist, aud in
i Cleveland's ndiuinibtratioii served on
special missions in South America.
i A report from California, which is
not believed among Congressmen,
ia that .M. H. De Voting will bo ap
' Charles Nelson, a prominent farm
er at Woodland, Cal., walked in his
sloop out of a second story window
ami was badly injured.
Tumble from sinking miners at
Weir City, Kansas, Ih oipuclod.
Tho American liner 1'aris has
smashed tho record from Scmthamp-
ST. ANDI1KW S CATIIKDIIAL
Ninth Sunday after Trinity.
communion, t:30 a. in
prayer aud holy communion, 11; Ha
waiian evensong, 3:30 p. in.; even
song aud sermon. 7:30 p. in.
Tho services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, will bo as follows: 0:15 a.
in., morning prayer with Fcrmon;
Tallis' festival responses; Venite,
Randall in E; To Deum, Hodges in
C; Jubilate, Taylor in F; hymns 211
and 2'J2; anthem, "The sun shall be
no moro tlry light by day," by Wood
ward. 6:30 p. m., evensong with
sermon; Magnificat, Maunder in B
llat; Nunc Dimittis, Young in D;
hymns 206, 290 and 31. Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, pastor. All are cordi
bundfiy bervices ( anil a.m.,
Low Masses. English sermon at
tho 7 a. in. Mass, every Sunday
during tho whole year. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sermon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Rosary and Catechism. ! p.m., in
winter season (November to Febru
ary), 4:30 p. in. in summer season
(Fobruary to November), Benedic
tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Services ( aud 7 a. m..
HOOD'S PILL8 are tliobot atlcr-dlnner mil,
uilit dlEeatlon, euro boadacho end blllomaeM.
HOBltON', NEWMAN .t CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Nlands.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVK ASSOHTMENT Of
Captain nor the iimlcr-dpii'd, con
signees of '.ho above vcs.s 1, will be respon
sibld for any debts that may bo contracted
by the crow.
THEO. H. D.VYIKS CO.
Honolulu, .1 illy -1'J, 1M)3. 7!W-3t
X Two I
Larj-c l'ront Rooms,
en suite. JIuuilsoiiicly lur-ni-hitil
as Bedrooms, or as
1'arlor and Bedroom. Dry locality; pleas
ant surroundings. Apply Bum i-tin Oillce.
HAOKMEN ATTENTION !
WIU.THEHAOICMAN WHO TOOK,
a Small Black Dog for a passenger
from the ri. S. ''Bio de Janeiro" to the
Hotel on .Monday la.t call on Mr. Hold'--wortli.
at Theo. 11. Davie .t Co.'s. or Mrs.
.1. I.. Brown at the Hawaiian Hotel?
f?-v :t5"l tf J?( -T "a
-rt n. n-cr -. ?
gSpaiggff-' py i
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HANI) OK DAMAOED GOODS KEPT ON HANI)
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELB TELEPHONE WX. -m CT MUTUAL TELEPHONE 015.
A MEETING Ol-' THE
ers of tho Waiaxvi:
This Space is Reserved
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
laui Hall, rear of Opera House. Ser
vices will bo held Sunday as follows:
10 a. in., Bible class; 11:15 a. in. and
7:150 p. in., preaching, by Elder. I.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENT15TS.
Sovonth Day Adventist Church,
corner Punchbowl and Uoretania
streets, in O. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1 :!(); social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Uiblo reading
every Sunday evoning. Everyone
y. m. c. A. HALL.
Sunday, 11 a. in., i-orvices in Oahu
Jail; 1:15 p, m., services in Barracks;
ii:!U) p. in., Bible Study in Y. M. C. A.
(:;H) p. in., (Josplo Praise' Service in
Y. M, C. A. Tuesday, 7:0 p. in.,
prayer meeting at V. M. G. A. Ser
vices in Bethel street hall at 7:0.
CENTItAL UNION CHUIICH.
Sunday School at 0:15 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a. in. aud 7:110 p.m.
Tlio Juv. Win. Uador of Oakland,
Cala., will preach morning and even
ing. All aro cordially invited to
I'iimi'any will be
held at tho Olllcu of thu .Secretary on
WEDNESDAY, tho '2d day of August,
Ib'.l'l, at 10 o'elock .. M. Special lliisincH.s.
O. O. ItEHGElt,
Honolulu, July 2"i, 1 SI).!. 787-iit
AT A MEETING OFTHE DIBECTOKS
of the 11 uvaiian Bi'oah Co. held
July IWtli, a dividend of 'JU; Percent was
declared on the Capital Slock of thoConi
pany, payable at the olllco of the AgcntH,
Will. G." Irwin A Co., (L'd), on nnd after
Julv 28, HU. WM. G. I II WIN,
7MJ-lw 'lreas.ii re r II. a. Co.
LAND FOR SALE
AT IWII.KI, HONOLULU,
Oahu, u Valuable Piece
of Land, clos-o to Bev. .1. Wai
ainaii'N propel ty, and known a
"Palao'h Laud." Terms cash.
Applv to .1. W. KA11AUM1A,
at Kalihi Poi Kaetory.
Or through Bell Tulu.ai.'i, Mutual Tele. ,ri77.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OK
the Stockholders ol the Waioiiim'
Adkii I'l.iriivi. A: Guimi Co. held '-'7th
Inst., tho following OUliucs were ie-electcd
fur the on-Miing year:
President W. G. Irwlli
1 Vice-President . ... J. .M. Mon-airal
j Secretary and TieaMirer .C. P. laukea
Auditor W..M. Uithinl
imviiii or Dinri roii':
I W.G. Irwin, .1. M. Mon-ari.it. (. P. laukea,
J, 1). Paris aud .1. Kaiihunc,
i Honolulu. Jul is, ini'I. 7s':it ill ti
ISK. S. LiE V Y
AT THE FAMOUS STOBE OF
"One of my customers oauie in to
day and asked me for the best cough
medicine I had," .says Lew Young, a
prominent druggist of rsowinan
Grove, Nob. "Of cour.se 1 bhowed , .wnrnTfiUT . . nnnifM
him Chamberlain's Cough Komedy, A lIRTION ROOMS
and ho did not ask to hoo any other. -UUI XU11 " ""
1 have never yet sold a medicine i
that would loosun and relieve a se
vere coltl ho quickly as that Kemedy
does. 1 have sold four dozens of it
within the lasl bixty days and do '
not know of a hiugfe case whore it
failed lo give the iuii.it perfect natiii
faction." 50 cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Bunion, Smith A: Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
IB. :f BHLEES Sc go.
SOS 1c 511 PORT STRHBT.
Oaxxton. Wash. FeiTorios !
haniUome Cotton Fahric; New Hlylcb this m'Ui-uh; the ellects are fac-bliuilcd of Chiur
Sllkni to m,'(i them means to appreciate them.
Silk liiiifh jiiHi out; real French desigiih are the tiuest and the eriue of the hoiisoii.
Cashmere Su.olim.es SO Cents "STard. !
One of the handsome! Vnh Materials this season cntliely new and
for the prlci Inn. uori-unl.
"Wtiite Jja--w7-ias a,"inci IDi"cn.ity !
In Plain, Slripcd and ( hcekud In (;reat variety.
IW Drossuiaklug Uudor the Mnuauoraeut of MRS. RENNER. .3
F. W. BAUER,
Auctioneer, Commission Agent,
Urokor, I'oiwardlng aud Bhlppluu
A'ulncriofl or thf Daily UulUUn, 60
orntf per month.
Fruit Gousignmout Agent.
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
CIV- Flru lukb on all kinds u( lutiiriiucu Properly taken t Current liUUs hy
J. S. W.I-jKIHJPL,
Actliuj Agent lor thv liuwHllau Ulaudi,