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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FttOM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1803.
To Ewa Mill.
Leave Honolulu 8; 15 1 :45
Leave Pearl Oitv t)!80 2:30
Arrive Ewa Mill 0:57 2:57
I LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
I Diamond Head, 9 p. m. Weather,
j cloudy; wind, light northeast.
A list of olDcors of tho Hawaiian
I Hardwnro Co. appears olfowhoro.
Ewa is dry like tho city, but tboro
have beou showers in tho foothills.
Cano from tho uplands is being
milled at Ewa. Griuding will bo
finished this month.
LcnvoEwa Mill 0:21 10:13
Leave Pearl City (1:55 11:10
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
O. Sundays oxcopted.
D. SnturdayB oxcopted.
Tidos, Bun and Moon.
nv C. J. 1.YONH.
A wag romarked on tho street this
morning that "astounding lies"
should bo called " "Tisors,"
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Oil 30 10 15
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1 40' 2 0 6 34 (i 37 111 15
2 SO, 3 Si li : 0.17 II 2D
3 30 5 0
4 0 6 45
6 35 0 15
Lust quarter of tho moon on tho 4tli, at 4h.
Time Whistle blow at lli.2Sm.31s. ji.iu. of
Honolulu time, which is the Fame us 12li. Urn.
0s. of Uiccnwlcli time.
TIE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 1893.
Wkuxemday, Aug. 2.
Stmr Kaala from Waianae and Waialua
Stiur Waiuianulo from Koolau
Thursday, Aug. 3.
S 8 City ot New York, from Hongkong
Stmr James Makee from Kauai
TliUKSlMY, Aug. 3.
P M S S City of Now York, Johnston, for
San Francisco at 10:30 p. m
USB Boston, Bay, for a orui-o
Stmr Kuala for Laie and Kaliuku
Stmr Jas Makee for Kupaa
Stmr Waimaualo for Koolau
Sclir Kawailani for Koolau
Schr Liholiho for Kauai
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Jas Makee 200 bags rife, 1 tank
molasses, and 18 pkgs sundries.
From Kapaa, por stmr Jas Makee, Aug 3
W E Kowell, G E Brooks and 4 deck. .
From the Orient, per S S Citv of Now
York, Aug 3-Col W H Hallett, It A, Rev
M Power, E W Roper. For San Franci-eo:
P McGregor Grant, F W AldN, R A Center,
F S Deacon, Lieut E F Dcriagin, I R N,
Kev MeFarland. Kev and Mrs McGilvary,
His Ex Augustin Heard, Mrs Augustin
Heard and servant, Rev and Mrs Knox and
4 children, E C Lufkin, Mrs W J Ramugo,
Capt Ch lessen, I R N, Capt S Zarine, 1 R
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalaui, Aug 2
Chas Hartwell, J B Montgomery, Miss II
Kaili and l'J deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Br S S Gaelic, from China, Aug 7
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Am bk Annie Johnson, from San Fran
cisco for Hilo, July 31
Am bgt Consuclo, from San Fianciseo for
Kuhului, Aug 5
Bktne Klikitat, from Puget Sound, duo
Ger bk J C Pllugor, from Bremen, duo Oct
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Am ship Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am schc Olga from Tnconm
Am bk Amelia, from Puget Sound, Aug 30
Am bk Albert, from San Francisco, Aug 10
Pursor Richardson of tho S. S.
City of Now York has tho thanks of
tho Bulletin for nows favors.
Mrs. Lcoiki, mothor-in-law of S.
Kaiu, Deputy Sheriff of Kawaihau,
Kauai, died on Wednesday night at
James F. Morgan will hold au
underwriters' salo of corrugated iron
at H. Haekfold & Co.'s storo at 12
Col. R. H. Hallet, of tho British
army, arrivod on tho S. S. City of
Now York this morning, aud will
make a short stay hero.
Tho new morry-go-round on Bethel
and Hotel streets was started this
afternoon and workod well. It will
bo opened to the public on Saturday.
On Saturday, 5 inst., Jas. F. Mor
gan will sell two carriage horses, one
passengor express and harness bo
longing to tho estate of Chun Wa
Ex-Jhdgo Kauai, one of tho Kala
lau lepers, died on Tuesday iiisrht
at tho Kalihi Receiving Station. His
body will bo takou to Waitnoa for
Regular Oonoral Session of tho Exo
cutlvo and Advisory Oouucils.
Sharp on tho hour, 1:80 this af tor
noon, tho weekly session of tho Ex
ecutive and Advisory Councils was
opened with tho proscribed prayor
by President Dole, with whom woro
present Miuistors King, Damon and
Smith; Councillors Hatch, Allon,
Watorhouso, Ena, Brown, Tonnoy,
Young, Morgau, Bolto, Emmoluth
Ministor Damon read tho weokly
financial staloment, as follows:
Financial Statement for the Week
Endino Auoust 2, 1803.
Current account balanco July
20, 1803 00,240 14
Interior Department ? 3,000 00
Customs Receipts 7,2s0 70
Fmcs.eto 1,538 75
Water 722 05
Taxes 11,703 81
Revenue stamps 610 80
PostOIlleo 7,105 10
Government Realizations 748 33
Sale of Government Bonds .... 37,000 00
Postal Savings Bank 12,400 04
San Fraueiteo Consul fees .... 3,700 25
Chinese passports 330 00
Fish Market 280 U)
Prison 1,211 75
Registry office 353 75
Electric Light 232 05
$ 181.905 82
Tho Pacific Wheelmen at a meet
ing held yestorday appointed acoin
mitteo of three to nogotiato for tho
construction of a suitable track at
It is reported that the now jailor
will give the nativo guards at Oahu
Prison tho g. b. It is also reported
that white mon, all single, will suc
Tho P. G. baud will give a concert
at the Hotel this ovening for tho
benefit of passengers on tho S. S.
City of Now York, commencing at
Civil List, Legislature, etc.... 25 00
Ju lieiary . . . . ! 5,512 35
Department Foreign Affairs. . 5,818 82
Interior Department, salaries
and Incidentals 7.210 Ol
Public Works 2,848 0.5
Board of Health 11,032 48
Registry of Conveyance 478 40
Bureau of Immigration 10 00
Water AVorks 470 5)
Miscellaneous 1,311 ''8
Bureau of Survoy 1,011 55
Finance, salaries 8,310 01
" interest 1.73S 00
ment 10,35!) 02
Genl. Expenses Prov. Govt. . . 19,3.2 07
Road taxes to pecial donosit.. 5,2i'5 00
School taxes " " 5,351 00
Expenses placing loan '03 710 00
Current account balance.
$ 03,520 63
Vessels in Port.
U S S Adams, Nelson, from a cruUe
Am bk Elizabeth Giuliani, Aiidufton, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am bktne SN Cusilo, Hubbard, from San
Br bk Parthenope, Heal, from Newcastle,
Br schr Norma, Macipiarrie, from Yokohama
Ger bk G W Wilcox, Walter;,, from
Br bk Ludstock,
Williams, from Liverpool
H. Hackfeld it Co.'s scow is on the Ma
rino Ituilway being cleaned.
Tho schooner Liholiho left this afternoon
for Kauai with a cargo of coal.
Tho bark Elizabeth Graham is discharg
ing her coal nt tho Fort street wharf.
Law Office Entered.
Mr. Charles Croighton recoivod a
telephone message shortly before 10
o'clock last night from tho Station,
informing him that his ollico had
boon found open. When ho wont to
the ollico ho found thai tho lock on
tho front door had been tampered
with, so that tho koy would not
work in it. Being unable to opon
tho door ho wont round to tho back,
where ho discovorod that lliu win
dow was opon. On going inside ho
found that somebody had boon fool
ing with tho safe combination, and
his papors woro scattered about tho
office. Nothing of value was missing.
Detective Toma and tho mounted
police surprised a Japanese couple
in tho act of making out clio fa
tickets on Maunakea street last night
and pulled them.
Alakea street, near tho Pacific
Mail wharf, is being ropairod. This
when finished will boa much needed
improvement, since steamers dock
at that wharf nearl3- overy week.
Mr. M. Davis, clothier, etc., Nuu
anu street, intends to rotiro from
business, and has instructed L. J.
Levey to dispose of his stock-in-trade
by auction on Tuesday, Aug
Tho U. S. flagship band under tho
leadership of Bandmaster Gross
kurth, gave a vory onjoyablo concert
at tho Hotel yesterday ovomng.
There was a largo number of people
Tho passongors booked by tho S. S.
City of New York leaviug this oven
ing for tho Coast are as follows:
Henry E. Brooks, C. H. Bragg, -1
European and 10 Asiatics in tho
Tho California Feed Co., is de
termined to keep to tho front in tho
feed liuo. It keeps tho largest and
best assortment of feed stuffs in tho
city, and its prices aro away down
to bed rock.
A mangy dog was shot at tho
Police Station this afternoon by
Captain Juon. Tboro aro any num
ber of mangy curs in tho vicinity of
tho Fishmarkot that would never bo
missed if treated tho same way.
C. A. Herring, convicted of man
slaughter, and J. Quinn, imprisoned
for mayhem, aro at present employ
ed touching up tho Deputy Mar
shal's ollico. Tlioy aro artists re
spectively in painting ana piastor
ing. The thirtieth annual roport of the
Hawaiian Evangelical Association
has boon received. It makes 78
pages and contains reports of all
bianehes of home aud foreign mis
sion work under the charge of tho
Tho outcrtaiuiueiit and social of
the St. A id low's Church Associa
tion will take place this evening in
the schoolroom adjoining tho Ca
thedral, commencing at 7:30 o'clock,
x program of iiuimc and readings
will bo presented, after which re
freshments will be pasted around.
You aro cordially invited to attond.
$ 181,905 82
Outstanding Bonds $2,588,800 00
Due P. S.Bank 625,239 47
Treasury and P. M. G. notes 2J0.ODO 00
Net indebtedness $3,314,039 47
This amount of $152,192.95 was
paid from general revenuo
in the treasury to carry on
Sublic improvements un
er Sec. 2 to date and all
receipts from sale of bonds
under loan of 1893 pass into
I'piienil cash as offsets until
this debt is cancelled $ 152,192 95
Less bonds, Act of 1893, sold
todate 97,000 00
$ 55,492 95
Amount due from P. S. B. for
advances from general rev
enue to cover excess of
withdrawals over receipts. 13,051 42
Amount duo general Treasury
this date from Loan Act G8.517 37
P. S. BANK MEMO.
Due depositors $ 525,239 47
Notices of withdrawals matur
ing Juno. July, Augnstand
September 38,2(10 00
Cash on hand ii 1,53(5 40
PROVISIONAL OOVEItNMENT MEMO.
Expenses Provisional Govern
ment to date $ 103,353 73
This amount covers all expenses includ
ing military and others not appropriated
by the last Legislature.
MEMO CASH IN TREASURY.
Outstanding certificates $ 2G3,000 00
Certificates withdrawn from
circulation and deposited
for safe keeping 41.000 00
Cash on hand to redeem certi
ficates $ 208,000 00
Road Board fund in Treasury 28,065 30
Behool Board fund in Treasury 9,740 15
Available cash as above Stvo 29
Total cash in Treasury. ...$ 394,11X1 71
Tuesday night a native was order
ed oil' tho sidewalk along the J'alaco
j yard fence on Richards stieot, by
' ono of the guard" inside the yard,
j To test whether this uns according
I to a lixed ruin agtuuit llio public use
i of the sidewalk at night, another
1 Hawaiian and a foreigner took a
! stroll along the same sidewalk later,
but, although it was in the same
I watch, nobody interfered with them.
In consideration of tho work of
Rev. lliniiu Bingham, in translating
the whole ISible into the Gilbert Isl
and language, Yale Univeisity has
Mr. H. J. Mayers, of Oakland, Md.,
says: "I have sold thirteen bottles
of Chamberlains Cough
to-day nn-j nm itora v sod rim. I lor oUJiuiuty
This is tho largest salo on record of ! is the liist of Hawaiian
Remedy conferred on him the degree of Doc
old rim. I tr of Diinity Tho Friend says ho
any ono preparation in a day over
our counters. It gives tho best sat
isfaction of any cough medicine wo
handlo, and as a seller it leads all
other preparations on this niaikot."
For Halo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for the Hawai
Tho Daily Bulletin h iMiVm by
W,rtlr$ fot 60 vnr ir month,
sons to recoive tho honor. Dr. Biug- i
i ham, assintcd by Mrs. Bingham, j
completed tho correction of the Old !
1 To.itniiionl proofs August 11 last, .
joMictly twenty years after hiH coin
1 nletiou of thotuiuslnlhm of tho Now
All kinds Vommervful Printing
pwinjitly executed ut ltu vak ut th
In submitting tho report tho
Minister of Fiuanco stated, in re
ference to tho salo of $37,000 bonds,
ho had allowed them to go at tho
rato of 98 as tho law authorized.
Bosidos being legal there was a
reason for making tho concession.
It had boon discovered that there
were two shoal places in the harbor
ono 19 feet and tho other 1F foot
aud tho sale of bonds enabled tho
Government to proceed at once with
dredging operations. They would
possibly save in immunity of damage
to keels more than tho $718 off the
loan. Ministor Damon also men
tioned a scheme for improving
Honolulu's water supply. Mr. W.
G. Ashley had beon sent to Ewa
Plantation to inspect a pumping
plant, with a capacity of four million
gallons iu 21 hours. Tho Govern
ment had a boiler, and tho cost of
engine, pump aud well would bo
27,000. Such an addition to tho
Water Works would givo tho city all
tho water it required.
Mr. Morgan presented tho roport
of tho special committee on libraries
and curios. They recommend that
books of value to tho oxecutivo de
partments for reference be retained, i
that books of historical value be do-1
natod to the Beruico Pauahi Bishop I
Museum Curator Brigham to make i
out a list and tho romainderof tho I
books to bo donated to tho Hono- I
lulu hibrar' aud Reading Room '
Minister Smith started a desult- j
ory discussion by tho remark that
it would be burying the books of
historical value to place tliom in tho
I museum. Would it not bo hotter to
place thoin iu tho library, whoro
everybody could have access to
Mr. Morgan said the committee
i feared the books would be liable to
I bo battered iu the public library.
It was explained on further dis
cussion that what was meant by
"historical value" meant the value of
, tho books us curios. President Dole
' gave as an instance a bible presented
by tho American Bible Society to
Tho report was adopted.
Mr. Hatch presented a roport of
tho Judiciary Committee on tho bill
to transfer the powers of the former
Privy Oouucil to the Advisory Coun
cil. They rocommoud its passage
with a slight aiueiidineu't.
Mr. Tommy wanted to know what
need there was for this bill, iu view
of tho Proclamation of Jnu. 17, Ho
wui not a luwyor but he regarded
the proposed law ua tmpuriluuuu,
President Dolo had feared that
tho bill was not only superfluous but
liable to do injury by unduly limit
ing tho powora of tho AdviBory
Council. Ono of tho Privy Council's
powers, for example, was tho voting
of money between sessions of tho I
Legislature on the unanimous re
commendation of tho Cabinet. Tlioy J
should recognize tho entire abroga
tion of tho monarchy. Tho Privy !
Council woro tho advisors of tho '
monarch, tho Advisory Council those j
of tho Executive Council.
Mr. Emmoluth was desirous of
knowing whnt particular conditions
had arison that made the passago of
this bill necessary.
Minister Smith replied that the
cause for tho measure aroso in con
nection with tho pardoning of Mat-
Btida, a Japauoso convict.
On a division tho report was
adoptod by a narrow majority.
Mr. Brown was granted further
titno for tho cominittoo on tho
Crown Lands aud the Peddling bills.
Mr. Tonnoy asked how wns it that
all throe Justices of the Supremo
Court were absent from Honolulu at
onco. It sooinod strnngo that thoro ;
should bo no representative of tho i
bupromo (Jourt in the city, particu
larly at this timo.
President Dolo explained that
under tho old law, it was tho rule of
tho Court in vacation season to have
ono Justice always remain in town.
Uutlertuonow Judiciary Act many
of the duties previously performed
by tho Supremo Court Justices
devolved on tho Judges of tho Cir
cuit Court. Thoro was therefore
not the same necessity for tho pre
sence of tho Supremo Court Justices.
Secretary Rodgers road a petition
from Mossrs. J. J. Williams and
Frank Godfrey, publishers of tho
Paradise of tho Pacific, protesting
against tho stoppago of the subsidy
voted in aid of that periodical bv
tho Legislature of 1892. They stated
that tho action was a hardship, inas
much as they had incurred liabilities
for improving tho pnpor, on tho
strength of the legally granted sub
sidy. Reforrod to Finance Commit
tee. Second reading of bills was next
The bill to appropriate StloO for
Custom House boat, passed.
Tho bill to appropriate $5000 for
incidentals, civil anil criminal ex
penses, Attoruoy-Gouoral's Depart
Tho Military bill was read section
Tho number of companies of tho
National Guard was changed from
ten to twelve.
On tho matter of exemption from
taxes and jury service there was a
Mr. Brown moved to strike out
tho exemption clause altogether.
Ho could never see why a soldier
gottiug pay and rations should not
Mr. Morgan agreed with tho pre
vious speaker as to taxes, but
thought tho soldiers should bo ex
ompt from jury duty.
Ministor Smith said the provision
was simply a continuation of tho old
law. Tho exemption was tho only
privilege the volunteers do got.
Mr. i'ouug would mako a distinc
tion between paid aud unpaid sol
diers. He moved that all unpaid
soldiers bo exempt.
President Dolo was in favor of
passing the whole section as it stood.
It was intendod to be somothing in
tho Wav of a privilege of enlisted
mon, who woro ready to turn out at
a moment's notice aud do arduous
public sorvico. Tho proposed ex
emptions were only a small pecuni
ary recognition winch the Uovorn
inont allowed them for tho position
in which thoy placed themsoves for
the safety of tho Government.
There was a good jury list now
and he did not think tho ad
ministration of jutico would suf
fer from tho exemption of volun
teers. Another consideration was
that it was a condition existing at
tho time tho present voluuteors on-
Mr. Hatch considered that tho
amount of taxes to bo gained was
comparatively small, aud ho was in
favor of passing tho exemption
Mr. Tonnoy moved that tho sec
tion pass with tho addition of the
school tax to tho exemption. Car
ried, and tho section passed as
Tho bill was still before tho meet
ing when our reporter loft at 3:20.
Tho success of Mrs. Annio M.
Beam, of MoKeesport, Pennsylvania,
in tho treatment of diarrhoea in her
children will undoubtedly bo of in
terest to many mothors. Sho says:
"I spent several weeks in Joustown,
Pa., aftor tho groat flood, on account
of my husband being employed
thoro. Wo had soveral children with
us, two of whom took tho diarrhoea
very badly. I got some of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy from Rev. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of them. I know of
several other cases where it was
equally successful. I think it can
not bo excelled and cheerfully ro
commond it." 25 and 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith A: Co., agents for tho Hawai
! the Agoray
Of Thooo who Guflfor from
Wood's Sarsaftortl ta Purtftci),
Soothes, Heals, CURES.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
BSO snoxt Street, Honolulu.
Mr. T. Tr. Johnson
b'.in Jose, Cat.
"Iliavoforminyyo.irsbopn a great sufferer
from MC'ltOt'L'I.A breaking out on my arms
j ami legs; they neiei'ovcred with ciuptlon anil
j sores, dinchnrgiucullltictiinr. 1 tiled very
I many medicines and consulted physicians far
I and near, but constantly crow wane, t
havo taken but tlireo bottles of Hood's Sarsapa-
rllla for rlicjimatlsm, and lias dcilvcd so much
benefit from It that slio dcelaics liiero Is no
other mcdli'lno on earth. Wo would not bo
nltlioutltlu tho house If ltcosts $20 a bottlo."
T. Vaiilev Jou.vsok, f!an Jose, Cal.
N. P. Ko sure to get Hood's Harsnpaillla.
Hood's Pillsact easily, j et promptly aud
efficiently, on tho liver and bowels. 25c.
HOBHON, XEWMAX ,t CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
To Let or Lease.
OUSE TO LET OX
Port street, next to
the School House. Ad
dress "P. O. Box 314 "
Housekeepers Attention I
20 Per Cent Discount.
Lace Curtain Net by the Yard!
Nottingham Lace Curtains 1
Embroidered Lace Curtains!
Antique Lace, Scrim Curtains !
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
all purchases of the above mentioned
during THIS WEEK.
ATWAIKIKI, ON THE
Beach, a Furnished
Cottage with Cookhouse
accommodation. For nnr-
tieulars inquire, Uullktin Ofllco.
I - i
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent w. C. etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu.
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS
IN PRIVATE FAMILY,
Two Large Front Booms,
en suite, llnnuvoinoly lur-
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
Bedrooms, or as
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
Parlor and Bedroom. Dry locality; plens-
Apply BuLM:n Office.
ONE BLOCK FltOMBE
retania street cars, a
Cool and Convenient Cot
taire of Six Booms. Larce
Lot, Stable and Chicken House. Apply to
E. It. HENDltY,
nt Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
TO LET OB LEASE
THE COTTAGE AT NO.
?58 King street, lately
occupied by Mr. M. S. Levy,
contnininirUBed rooms, Par
lor, Dining-room, Kitchen and Bathroom;
Stable in yard; ArteMan Water laid on.
For particulars and terms, apply to
750-tf AilH. FERNANDEZ.
im:. s. xjstsT"-
7 O FQjKT STitEET .
A NICELY FURNISHED
Honsu on Punchbowl
street near Palace Walk,
snitablc for a small family.
It contains Four Hooms with I nntrv
Kitchen attached, aKo u Servant's Hoom,
Bathroom, Patent W. C. Carriage Boom
and Stables. Fruit Trees, Flowers and
Shrubs abound on the premises. A good
tcuniit is desirable. Apply at Bui.lkti.n
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVK ASSORTMENT OF
NEW COTTAGE NO. I.
CONTAINING FIVE ROOMS, .
Pantries to Kitchen and M,
Diniim-roiim. Kitchen and Din
ing-room floors painted, other rooms haiid-
somcly papered and fun-died; Patent .
C, Bathroom, Servants' Room. Woodroom,
Chicken Hoiuo and Yard. Thu (iruunds
properly cultivated, containing Fruit Trees,
bhrubs and Flowers. These premises are
iocated one block from Burutanin street and
one mile from town. Can be leaded by a
good partv at a reasonable rent TO SUIT
NEW COTTAGE NO. II.
CONTAINING SIX ROOMS, JjSLA,
Lanai, Bay Window, Hal-,TCv?.vaA
cony, interior of hotifo haiid-lifcifc'iSl
i-oii!'ly grained and papered, Kitchen and
Diulng-iooui tloors painted, Parior lloor
carpeted, other llooi matted ud oil
clothed, all now. House bets up seven feet
fiom ground cncloted all around, Win
dows, Doors, etu. Two Patent W. C's,
Bathroom, Washroom, Servants' Rooms,
Tool Room, Chicken Hiium! and Yard,
Largo Carriagu Hou-u and Stable with
rooms upitairs. Any amount of Fruit
Tiees, (Snipes mid Mower, largo Lawn
aud Grounds under proper cultivation.
Loiation mi 1 1 hi as llout-u No. 1 and nanio
terms to a good parlj ut pilioTObUlT
N. 11. All waste wiHor from -Ink, etu.,
is carried through pipes to large brick
lc; . . j-j.
ilfc - -'-
-f jt -..
fHCa?V I DDr
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE to.. -l tM M UTUAL TELEPHONE 045.
J will .11 out my
OF DEPARTURE I
Barber Shun Ineliid-
and Fixtures at a very low
G. HO MM A,
No. 107 King stieet.
- Apply at
Ollico or to
LAND FOB SALE
AT IWILKI, HONOLULU,
Oahu, a Valuublo Piece
ol Land, close to Hev, .1. Wal-
i..'. i i ., ,.j
lllllUll a ptltpui IJ , ill. nnun li .-, .
"Palao's Land." Terms eih.
Apply to J. V. KAH-AUMIA; '
" at Kalihi Pol Factory.
Or through tull.Tule..m;-MututUTelc.u77.
J M Tonn Kvcutur. suustiiu-
tiully built of OalMiutl Cedar j S
Copper aud coppor rusvcneti.
For urlcM and purlluulam ttuplv
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