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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
PHOM AND AFTER JUKE 1. 1803.
T 15. .A. I ITS
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
A Chiueso opium florid was finod
576 by Judgo Fostor to-day.
A nolico to tho creditors of
Samuol Pnrkor appears olsowhoro.
Tho U. S. cruisor Boston will loavo
for target praotico to-morrow. Sho
will bo absont about a week.
WEDDING AT WOODLAWN.
To Ewa Mn.t.
Leave Pearl Oity.,
Arrive Ewa Mill. .
1 : 15
Leave Ewa Mill.,,
Ienvo Pearl Olty.,
A. Saturdays only.
O. Hunimyi exeoptert.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
bv c. J. LYONS.
J s s g &
P Er E r &
."' $ - -
p.m. a.m. a.m. p. in.
Mon. 31 1 an ic, o 80 o in
Xues. 1 0 M 7 0 1 o 0 40
in.iii. p.m. I
Wed. 21 7 23 7 511 1 20 1 20
Tliui'8. 3 8 8 8 201 1 40 2 0
Fl-I. 4 Ml 13 8 50 2 30 8 3.1
Sat. 510 20 0 3u 8 0 5 I)
Sun. 0.11 U 10 J5 4 0 6 4-1
.1 31 6 33
A now morrj'-go-roiuid to bo run
by Bloam has beon sot up on tho va
cant lot on HotolaiulBothol strcots.
Tho Hawaiian schooner Aniorica-
no, now on tho Sound, has boon
chartered to load lumber for Cork, ,
Tho Post. Office despatched bv tho
S. S. Mioworu for Vancouver, B. O., i
yesterday ovoniug -171 letters and 59
An underwriter's salo of damaged
goods ex German bark "G. N. Wil-1
cox," will bo held by J. F. Morgan
on i rulay, -ltn inst.
A Japanese woman was brought
from Ewa this morning to bo im
prisoned in Ocihu Prison ono month
for deserting her husband.
Hon. S. M. Damon presented tho
i P. G. baud with S'2o yesterday, as an
I appreciation of music furnished on
j the Executivo building grounds.
M. Cavalho gives notico in ano
ther column that ho will sell certain
furnituro distrained for non-payment
of rout on Saturday, 19th August.
5 31 fi 3S 10 3 ,
6 34 (i 37 10 43
5 31 0.17 Ilia)
5 3.1 0 31) ....
5 :u o so o 1.1
Liint quarter of tlio moon mi the 4th, at 4h.
Time Wlilstln blouH at Hi. asm. 34s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which ! the same as 12h. 0m.
Oh. ot Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BDLLBTIN.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2, 1893.
"WeUNESDAY, Aug. 2.
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Wednesday, Aug 2.
Am bktne Irmgard, Schmidt, for I.aysan
Stmr Iwalani for Karai at 4 p m
Stmr Pelo for Makawb.i at 3 p m
Schr Kauikeaouli for l'ohoiki
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
USB Boston, Day, for a cruise
For San Francisco, per schr W H Talbot,
Aug 1 M J Ahruns.
For San Francisco, per bark Mauna Ala,
Aug 1 August Hinz.
For Kauai, per stmr Waialealc, Aug 1
Miss Kinney, Unas Hartwull, C Hagcns,
Miss Grote and 10 deck.
per Htmr Claudine, Aug 1-
Brilliant Oolobratlon of tho Union of
Justice Frear and Miss Dilling
ham. Thero was a largo and brilliant as
somblngo of Honolulu society last
night at Woodlawn, tho beautiful
tropical homo of Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Dillingham, to colobrato tho mnr
riago of their daughter Mary Emma
to His Honor Wnltor Francis Froar,
Second Associnto Justico of tho
Tho marriago corovnouy had boon
semi-privato, only a fow intimate
friends boing prosout with tho
family. It took place at tho houso,
at 8 o'clock, Rev. E. G. Bockwith
officiating. Tho bride was given
away by nor fathor. Miss Marion E.
Dillingham, tho bride's sister, dressed
in gold-colored silk with white tnm-
I mings, was maid of honor. Mr.
Walter F. Dillingham, brothor of
tho brido, was best mau. There
i wore four bridesmaids but they wore
far away in the Eastern States, bo-
ing Misses Carolino Frear, Mary
Tookor, Mary Hill and Jane Adams,
tho last-named a near relativo and
tho others classmates of tho brido
at Wollosloy College. Their dressos
wore white silk with gold trimmings.
Tho brido looked beautiful in white
silk and tho usual veil.
Tho reception bean at 8:30. Al-
' though tho residence is roomy,
, thero was a porfect crush from tho
j beginning for an hour. Tho young
l couple roceivod tho felicitations of
1 tho hundreds of guests in thooruato
; lanai, whore thoy stood iu front of a
I canopiod nlcovo formed of white
; silk gauze decorated with luxuriant
blossoms of goldcu shower. Similar
j decorations bordered the whole
i apartment. As the guests passed
through tho parlor to tho lanai they
1 woro cordially greeted by Mr. and
, Mrs. Dillingham.
Ico cream, cake and lemonado be
gan to bo circulated at tho begin-
liinrr nF Mm runn?itirn A liftln Alice
J. Lovov will dispose of the tn..,r,vi i;u.-;u..n.i Vi. u-:,w..i...
paintings, books, etc., belonging to ' -m noat packages tied with ribbon,
tho late R. C. Barnheld, artist, on in ono of tuo rooms a beautiful
Saturday, 5th inst. Tho paintings, ,i;anlnv nf iirirl.il rninta w.- mmln.
Rich plate, cutlery, and sets of
dishes, together with many works of
mi j ,. p .1 (lit U1U ViUiiaiJlUUlMIB. V1UUU1S uuu
Tho Advertiser of this niormua . .iH f fu ru t..:i ,i
as a story about Washington Place ! Laud Co. contributed a silver water
uuu u iiro causL-u uiuro uy electric i ..f ,l n ...nnlti. ..f
To-morrow, (Thursday) at 10
o'clock a.m., Jas. I?. Morgan will sell
at his auction room a quantity of
clothing damaged by tho firo which
occurred at M. Davis' storo.
Tho old boiler of tho steamer W.
G. Hall was taken out this morning
and hauled over on the reef near
tho U. S. S. Adams, where it will bo
used as a target by tho U. S. navy
relay, &tn inst. 'I uo paintings,
win oo on view at Uio Arling
ton, Hotol street, on Friday noxt.
Justico K F
Miss M Walker,
ner ntinr uiaudine. auk
Bickcrton, wife and family.
.Miss m Jjiclcerton. Jlis
Mary E Green, Miss Barney, tt I Wilder,
Mra Noill, Miss Xeill, Mrs Jones, Mrs J
Cornwell, Miss Sheppard, Mrs McUiegor.
A Slieppard and wife, Father Sylvester, (J
Stoeckle, J A Wilder, K S Simpk!ii, Mr
Holt, Mrs Hart and child, Dr Playfair, Mr
Westmacott and 50 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S City of New York, from Hongkong
and Yokohama, July S.
Br S 8 Gaelic, from (Jhiiia, Aug 7
Am bk Martha Davis from lioston, due
Am bk Annie Johnson, from San Fran
cisco for Hilo, July 31
Am bgt Consuelo, from San Francisco for
Kahului, Aug 5
Bktne Klikitat, from Fuget, Sound, duo
Gor bk J C Ffluger, from Bremen, due Oct
Gor bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Am ship Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am schr Olga from Tacoma
Am bk Amelia, from Puget Sound, Aug 30
Am bk Albert, from San Francisco, Aug 10
Vessels in Port.
U S S Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
Am bk Elizabeth Graham, Anderson, from
Newcastle. N S W
Am bktne S N Cabtle, Hubbard, from San
induction, concocted in a round'
about way to cover a "scoop." The
Bulletin furnished the news of tho
incipient fire a week ago.
George Wilson was a volunteer
guard at tho station during martial
law. Ever since ho has been waiting
around town for work from the P.
G., having given satisfaction in vari
ous capacities as a public servant
undor tho monarchy. Yesterday
Georgo left for Popeukeo to bo an
ovorseer on tho plantation.
Hollister & Co.'s eolobrated Men
thol Inhaler seems to havo cured of
tho grippo nearly every ono who used
them. As a change, thoy now olTor
to tho public a fresh lot of Nostlo's
'Food received by the last steamer.
Mothers who wish their babies to
laugh and grow fat should bring
thoin up on this fat and muscle
former. It's certainly tho best in
fant's food for use in a hot climate.
Br bk l'arthenope, Heal,
1 D IV
Br schr Norma, Macquarrio, from Yoko
hama Ger bk G W Wilcox, Walters, from Liver
pool Br bk l.adstock, Williams, from Liverpool
The steamer Pelo took 220 tons of coal
for the Makaweli Plantation this afternoon.
The barken'tiue Irmgard, Schmidt mas
ter, left to-day for Layson Island. Her
only cargo was three cases of whiskey.
The four-masted schooner W. II. Talbot,
Bluhin master, bailed for San Francisco
yesterday afternoon with a full curgo of
Another Suit for Damages.
E. R. Ryan, who was fined $2 with
$1 costs for inebriation, intends
suing tho Deputy Marshal for aam
ages for extortion of uionoy by tho
police. Ho says ho had deposited ,
$6 for bail after noarly two horns'
custody, when Clork Rosohill de
manded fiom him $2.50 for an old
whiskey bill of the Cosmopo
litan Saloon. As ho refused to
poy tho domand ho was ordered bo
low again and only released when lie
paid tho moimy. Major Wodo
IiouBO, British Minister, went with
Ryan to tho Station and demanded
tho roturn of tho $2.50 and tho
monoy was accordingly returned to
"Ono of my cusloinors camo in to
day and asked mo for tho best cough
modieino 1 had," says Lew Voung, a
prominent druggist of Newiuan
Grove, Nob. "Of course 1 showed
him Ohamborlain's Cough Remedy,
and ho did not ask to seo any other.
I havo novor yot sold a medicine
that would loo&ou ami roliovo a be
vorocold bo quickly as that Remedy
does. 1 liavo sold four dozens of it
within tho Jast hixty days ami do
not know of a ningfo cnsovihoroit
fulled to givo tho most porfoot sal is
action." 60 cent bottles for bulo by
all doulora. Boubou. Smith & Co.,
Hmtu for tho Uuwuliun lulunilu.
MURDER SOCIETY IN MOTION.
Tar and Feathers Movements in
About a week ago last Sunday in
formation eame to Mr. J. E. Bush
that there was a scheme on foot to
tar and feather him. Tho tar and
feathers were all ready, but it seems
none of tho annexationists who were
to perforin the ceremony had the
courage, to proceed with tho work.
There was apparently a good deal of
truth iu the information, as on Mon
day night a barrel containing tar
and a half a bag of feathers were
taken out to Palama. It is sus
pected that tho annexationists, or
tho "murder society," as they are
called in tho States, thought Mr.
Bush was too tough a customer to
deal with and were going to tackle
Mr. Nawahi first.
Early this morning two white
mon dressed in looso holok'us with
capes over their shoulders woro seen
on Mr. Nawahi'a premises at Palama.
Mrs. Nawahi's mother sighted the
prowlers, who decamped over tho
fence when made aware they were
It is roportod on very good author
ity that a gang of men lias been en
gaged for the past few weeks iu
digging trenches arouud tho iusidu
, of the barracks.
Thero aro four P. G. specials
stationed in the tower of tho Central
Union Church every night watching
Washington Place. They havo been
seen by several people. Their
lunches aro brought to them shortly
and a wealth ot table crockery.
An earthen plate, with the maxim,
"Waste not, want not," in raised
letters, which had belonged to Wel
lesley Collogo since its foundation
iu 187G, was a gift from that institu
tion. A China tea urn with heater,
presented to Grandmother Dilliug
ham over forty years ago, now be
came an heirloom lor tho untie.
Then there was a costly silver tea
servico, presented to Grandfather
and Grandmother (tho lato Row
and Mrs. Lowell Smith) at their
golden wedding, to pass from them
to tho brido.
Hundreds of colored lanterns,
bearing pictures of the flags of
many nations, illuminated the spa
cious grounds, and formed a glow
ing avenue from the gate to tho
main entrance. Tho Government
band played on tho grounds through
out the reception. At 11 o'clock the
esteomed Justico and his brido left
lor Pearl City by special train, on
their way to spend their honoymoon
Plantora Bofuoo to Accept More
" "Just now tho planters aro exer
cised over a domand from tho Jap
anese Government for further revi
sion of tho labor agreement. Hit hor
to labor omigrauts for Hawaii havo
paid thoir own way from interior
points in Japan to Yokohama, leav
ing to tho Hawaiian planters only
the cost of passage to Honolulu.
Tho Japanese -authorities havo noti
fied tho planters that tho interior
fare, amounting to 15 yon, or about
S10.00, must bo paid by the planters
besides tho faro from Yokohama to
Honolulu. This would bring tho
cost of each laborer up to nearly Sou
Yesterday morning representa
tives of tho priucipal firms intorestod
iu sugar plantations held a confer
ence with Prosidont Dole and col
leagues rolativo to the new Japanese
demands. Prosidont Dole advised
tho planters not to accede to the
new condition proposed by Japan,
suggesting that if it was persisted in '
tho planters might find it moro
advantageous to look to China for
labor supplies. Tho planters with i
ono accord decided not to accede to
tho Japaneso demand. Messrs. V.
G. Irwin. H. F. Glade, J. B. Ather-
ton. J. O. Carter and F. A. Schaefor I
said "no" in turn, aud othor ropro-,
sontativos of planting firms soon i
later joined iu tho rejection of the
It was agreed to sond a roquisi-,
tion to Mr. R. W. Irwin, Hawaiian
Minister Resident iu Japan, for a
shipmout of 1100 laborers on tho old j
conditions. Mr. Irwin is to bo asked '
to return a positive answer as to ,
whether or not more laborers can bo
obtained from Japan undor the ar-:
rangement thus far subsisting. '
Should tho answer be unfavorable,
tho planters will consider what is
next best to bo done. j
Tho statement in the Advertiser
to the effect that tho planters had '
acceded to tho now terms for tho '
prosent is contrary to tho fact. It ,
is also uutruo that Mr. Nacayania,
Inspector-General of Japanese Im- i
migrants, sent a cablo message to
his Government by the steamer i
Miowera. Ho intends to advise his
Government on tho question at issue
by tho steamer City of Now York.
STOCK OF M. DAVIS SCORCHED.
Por This Week Only !
Idra. A. A. ivwu. .s
For the Good of Others
jRcv. JCr. TFiHfam Ilmrtthj En
dorses Hood'n Sarjaiittrtlla,
We are pleased to present tliia from
Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Slllsbco '
street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass. : i
M I sco no reason why a clcrpytnan, moro than
a layman, v. ho Know whereof ho spoaks,
should hoiltato to approvo an
Article of Merit
and worth, from which ho or his family haro
been signally bcncflteil, and whoso commenda
tion may servo to extend thoio benefits to
oUicrs by Increasing their confidence. My wife
has for many years boon a suHcrcr from sovoro
for whleh sho found llttlo help. Sho has tried
many things that promised" well but per
formed llttlo. Last fall ahlcnil pavo her a bot
tlo of Hood's S.irs.ipaiUIa. It seems surpris
ing what simply ono liottlo could and did do
for her. Tho attack of headacho decreased ltt
number and wcro less violent In their Inten
sity, while her general health has been Im
proved. Her appctlto has also been better,
t'rom our experience with j
I have no hesitation In endorsing Its merii.'
A. A. Williams.
HOOD'S PlLLQ aro tho best family catbartlo,
tentlo anJ cftocLlTO. Try a box Price 23o
HOBUOX, NKWMAN .t CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Inlands.
N. S. SACHS'
BSO Fort Street, Honolulu.
Housekeepers Attention !
20 Per Cent" Discount.
Lace Curtain Net by the Yard!
Norttingham Lace Curtains!
Embroidered Lace Curtains!
Antique Lace, Scrim Curtains!
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
allow jd on
all purchases of the above mentioned
during THIS WEEK.
To Liet or Loaso.
JLl Kort street,
dress "1. O.
T WAIKIK1. ON THE
Cottaue with Cookhouse
accommodation. For par
ticulars inquire Bulletin Otllco
PROWLER IN THE VINEYARD.
Statcmont of Kueuipts und Expondi
tureti, Proviuional Govominent,
Hawaiian Islands, Jan. 17, 1803,
to July 17, 1803.
ll.tlance on hand Jan. 17, lh!i: $
llevuiiiiu lor hi months .
llomls Mold to replace ailvau-
ccs from curi unmeet. In IW2 loU.iMl IU
Current expenditures for six
immtlih to. I illy 17, Including
ptmucut of nci'oniitH duo
prior lo .Inn. 17, Ib'M
K'puiiclltuirs under btr.'Jnu
tliurizeu under Loan Act
llaluiicu on hand
U. S. S. Boston Hand.
Tlio mIjovo Imiid will piny to-uilit
al (ho iinwuiiiin Jlotol, cointuoiioiii
uL 7:30 uViock. Tho lollowiii"; is tho
M.inili IJo'ii li nr (II iry ..
W'ulu-.My i icim .
rrlui Ion -Aniln ... .
I'.ilK.l- Oil' W'ull . . .
rwrt-imdn -.V liroiiu of lle.iuty,
ialui-Chuiiii.iKiiu . . .
The Jteity llulktlii u ddlvired l,y
"tin iVn fur 60 nrii ie.r nnnlh,
R. Lishman. Catches a China
man Sampling His Grapes.
For years past Mr.lt. Lishman has
had undor cultivation at Waiktki a
patch of grapos, which in season
yielded Cue fruit. If tho yield was
abundant Mr. Lishman advertised
t ho grapos for salo in tho Bulletin,
with tho result that the supply was
novor equal to tho domand. Early
tins morning, uowevor, it appears
(hat a Chinaman named Chang
Sang, alias Ting Soon, thought that
ho would sample the fruit before it
was all gone. Ho was caught by
Mr. Lishman prowling among the
vinos. Mr. Lishmau telephoned to
the Police Station at 1 o'clock this
morning that ho had caught a thiof.
An ollicor was despatched and
brought iu a sorry-looking specimen
of a Chinaman, who, ou Mr. Lish
man's complaint, was locked up for
larcony of grapes.
Chang Sang was found guilty of
stealing grapes in tho District Court
and sentenced to eight mouths' im
prisonment at hard labor and to pay
Now Map of Honolulu.
Tho Bulletin is in recoipt from
(he Hawaiian News Co. of a now
map of Honolulu and vicinity exe
cuted by Mr. V. A. Wall, lato of tho
Govornmont Survey Department.
It is drawn on a scale of 1:12000,
, boing (ho same as tho map of Hono
lulu made some time ago by Mr. C.
V.- E. Dovo for Husted's Directory.
, Mr. Wall's map, howovor, contain sa
great many dotnils not to be toiuul
j iu any other map of tho city. Most '
; of tho streets (with tho exception '
I of those in tho block bounded by (
Niiuauti, Kuakini, Liliha and Bore-!
tauia streets) aro shown, tho resi
dences of tho priuicpal citizens aro'
also marked, and tho various tracts
' of laud laid down in taio and rico
aro clearly distinguished. Tho map
takes iu tho country from tho sea up
to tho Govornmeut Electric Works ,
' and doliuoates the various twisting.-;
I of tho Tantalus road. It also em
I braces tho territory lying between I
1 Diamond Head ami Jvamohamoha '
' school. Altogether, this is the bust i
1 map yet published of tho city and
1 will provo of groat value for refer
ence in business ollicos.
Last fall 1 was taken with a kind
i of summer complaint-, accompanied
with a woixloriui diarrlitoa. Soon
after my wife's sister, who lives with
us, was taken in I ho biiiue way. Wo
used almost ovory thing without,
buuulit. Thou I said, let us try
Chainberliiiii'ri Colic, Cholera mid
.i.'utliii i Uiarrhtoa Jteiuci v. which wo did.
Uuuiilo'M aiid that cured us right away. 1
'""" lllllll III Mill t (if If Mil II it lit lill' I 1111
HIIHIt illli I Wl ll ) iV '! IIIU
what it was recommended lo do,
John Hurllor, ISolhol, Dorics Co.,
1'a, LVi and 50 coul bottles for salo
by all denims, Benson, Smith &
Co., agouti) for tho Hawoiiaii IhIuiuIh,
Discovered None Too
Fire was discovered at G:30 o'clock
vestoidav oveuinir in tho storo of -M. '
i Davis', Nuuanu street, near tho Ho- '
nolulu Iron Works, by employees in
tho Chinese restaurant noxt door,
who raised an outcry. Captain Juen
rosponuou to t uo cries, out, as tuoio
was nobody in the store, ho bad a
hard job to effect an entrance. Fin
ally tho rear door was broken in,
aud with the assistance of a U. S.
bluejacket, Juou smothered tho
llntnes with blankets. A 0 reman
used a Babcock extinguisher also
with good effect.
Tho firo originated in a cornor of
tho store in tho rear and had gained
good headway when discovored.
Had it had a few moro minutes'
time tho building would havo beon
wrapped in llames, threatening tho
whole block. Tho origiu of tho fire
is a mystery, and tho only explana
tion Mr. Davis can givo is that it
was caused by cockroaches and
Both engines of the regular Firo
Department woro quick in respond
ing to tho alarm. They were
followed by China Engine Co.'s
volunteers dragging their ma
chine by hand, iiy the time steam
was up, but little necessity for a do
lufjo of water was apparent. A suf
ficient stream was turned cm the
smouldering material to provont all
possibility of further burning. Not
a groat deal of damage was done.
Dr. Usher of tho Melbourne Ago
aud Mr. Campbell, a prominent Aus
tralian merchant, went to tho fno
out of curiosity, and thoy thought
tho motley crowd of several nation
alities collected was tho most inter
esting sight they had seen in Hono
lulu. Mr. Davis estimates tho damago
to goods and houso at about $200,
Both aro insured
Bremen Firo Insurance Co,
KW HOUSE OK HIVE
rooms, on Mauaziuc
street, with llathroom. pat
ent V. C. etc. Coniniands IEii?,
one of the linest views in Honolulu. Apply
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
IN I'lUVATE FAMILY,
Two Largo Fiont Kooni",
en suite. Handsomely fur
nished us liedrbom.s. or as
l'arlorand lledroom. Dry lornlity; pleas
ant surroundings. Applv Bum ktin Ullicc.
ONE BLOCK FHOM HK
rctania street car", a
Cool and (,'ouvcnicnt Cot
taire of Six ltooins. Uinie
Lot, Stable and Chicken House. Applv to
K. H. HENDRY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
THURSDAY, ATOUST 3, 1893.
TO LET OK LEASE
rrMlK COTTAGE AT SO.
I .)-.j i.';.,.. . .-..,.. I..I..I.. j""?
. J iMHt ll,iLll,,lwlj ftfjli
necimieci v ,Mr. .m. n. i.evv. . i-
coutniniii!;3 Bedrooms, Par- BtUrssil
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen nml Bathroom;
Stable in yard; Artesian Wnter laid on.
l'or particulars and terms, apply to
75o-if AUK. KEUNANDKZ.
2wd. S. LEVY
7 5 "FORT STIBjBT" " 7 5
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
' jsisi im Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
l-'our ltooiii". with I'antry and J I. U J
It contains I'our Kooni'- with I'antry and
Kitchen attached, also a Servant's Itoom,
llathroom. Patent V. , Carriage Boom
and Stables. Fruit 'frees, Klowers mid
Shrubs nbound on the promises A good i
tenant is desirable. Apply at jhi.lkiin
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OK
in the Hamburg'
NEW COTI'AOn NO. I.
CONTA I N ING FI V E BOOMS. .&
Pantries to Kitchen ami fi&y.
"My little hoy was very bad
for two months with diarrhoea. Wo
used various modicums, also called
in two doctors, but nolhitii' done
him any p-oud until wo used Cham-
borlahrs Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hoea Komody, which gavo immediate
relief aud soou cured him. I con
sider it the best medicine made aud
conscientiously recommoud it to all
I who need a diarrhoea or colic moui-
cino. J. E. llaro, Trenton, Tox. '2
and HO cents bottles for salo by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
I agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Dininoroom. Kitchen ami Dil
iiiL'-roooi Moors nainted. ollnT looms
I soiuely papered ami llnished; Patent W.
off l C.. Bathroom. Servants' Boom. Woodroom,
Chicken House and i.ird. I ho droiinclH
properlyciiltivaled,ciiutainliiK FruitTrees, 1
Shrubs"aiid Flowers These premises are ,
located one block I mm llnretania street and
one mile from tou. Can be leased by a I
eood partv at a reasonable runt TO SUIT
isitSV' 'l ;?
! Antique Oak RK$$MH&',
A Bedroom Suits, Sl
haiid- AXUttlih. - &
NO. II. '
111', ton -10
fj n T illaiion same a
Souvenir Spoons I
N. B. All was
C10NTAININC SIX BOOMS,
J Lanai, Bay Window, Iiul-
conv. interior of Iioum-
soiuely Krainnd and pjiieied, Ivitchen and
Dining-room tloois painted, Panor lloor
carpcteil, other Hoots minted nml oil
clothed, all new. House sets up seven feet
from ground cuchcd all aruiiuil. Win
ilotts, Doors, etu. Two Patent W. C's,
Bathiooiii, Waslirnoin, .Servauls' Booiiis,
Tool Boom. Chicken Hoit-e and Yard,
Larue Cnrrinijo Hou-o ami Klnblii with
ruoiiis upstairs. Any amount of Fruit
Trees, (liapes and Mowers, largo Lawn
and tlrotiuds under piuper oultivatlim.
.iniitioii same ni llouie No. 1 aud same
paily at pi Ice I O .SUIT
Etc, Etc, Etc,
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OB DAMAGED (JOODri KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONIC fcH. - tM .MUTUAL TELEPHONE 015.
asto water fiom sink. etc..
through pipes to large brick
Jeweler and Watchmaker.
Hclneroy Block, - - Fort Street,
H0 Apply nt
. A. Maroon.
Ollh'o or to
Pure Bred Pointer Pups
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OF
B. IF. ZEIHIIILiIEIRS &c GO.
SOS Ic 511 FORT STREET.
Osixrtoin. Wash Falorios !
A handsome Cotton Fabric, New Styles this season; tlic elleets are fac-siiniles ot L'lilnr
bilks, to see them means to appreciate them.
Silk finish just out; real ireiali designs are the tiuest and the craze of the season.
Cashmere Sulolim.es SO Cents "X"a.rcl !
One of the haudsumest Wash Man-rial this season entirely new and
for tin price has no eiital,
White Lawns and Dimity !
In Plain, btripeil and Checked iu great variety.
C5T Dressmaking Under Uio Management ol MRS. RENNER. JE3
r APPLY TO
T. W. LISHMAN,
Bell Telepholiu JI17.
. Hal I lev
II' 1 CAN BE OF ANY SEBVICETO
X you in the way of Sharpening BclbMirs,
Caivlnc Knives, Iivmi .Mowers. Filing
Haws, Ituiialilng bprlnklurH und Wnter
Tups and U)liii Pipe, Soldering Tinware,
Setting (lluss. Beii.tiiiiig Furtilliiro or
Mending lluiileii llore, etu.. etc, please
ring up Mutual Telephone No. 1W hwlore
II A M, or llidweeu i and lilVJ 1'. M.
.i N V. IIUIIfllCriK.
Subioribe or ih"
on(j pur month.
Vtiily ItuiMin, M
KING STREET HOUSE, ;
117 A 110 Knits St., e.r. Alaken. !
Comfortably Furnished Rooms!
I From 31.00 autl Upwards 1'erWeok.
I Quiet Clean liooms. Batu Up & Down Stairs.
I TULU A. UvUUWJMjL, Hrop.
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the "World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
t& t'lrn rinlcB on all l.liiduf liiauruiife Piopertv taken at Current ltlnU by
71'V-am Aetlty Aunt (or Uio lluwulluu Iloud,