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OMU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTEH JUNE 1, 1893.
To Ewa Mill,
Leave Vcnrl City.,
Arrive Ewa Mill. .
Leavo Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
Leave Pearl City 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
C. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tidos, Bun and Moon.
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p.m. n.m. a.m. p.m.
Mon. 7 1 10 0 2D, ft 4U 7 50 S 30 0 35 1 S
Puns. S 1 50 0 50 (i 40 8 50 5 M 3t 2 S
Wed. 9l U 4C 1 30 7 30 0 10' 5 .111 fl 3t 3 n
Thurs. 10 3 25 1MB -JV 0 35 5 7i 0 3.1 4 30
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Frl. 11 4 15 4 OO1 (1 10 10 15 5 371 0 32 7 U
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Hat. 12 4 35 4 S.V11 IK) 1U HO 5 3S 8 32 7 3S
Hun. 13 5 40 0 00 11 40 1 0 15 5 33 0 31 8 1 4
Mew moon on the 11th at lOli. 17m. a. m.
Time Wlilslle blows lit lit. ism. Ms. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is the sumo us 12I1. I'm.
Oh. of Greenwich (line.
THE DAILY BULLETIN!
TUESDAY, AUG. 8, 1893.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Ono Cliinnmnn wag arroslod this
nfloruoon for smoking opium.
Tho S, S. Oceauio was 6 days 15
hours coining from San Francisco,
Tho P. G. band will give n concert
nt tho Ilotol at 7:80 o'clock this
Tho Bulletin is indobtod to Pur
ser McConibo of tho S. S. Australia
for lato papors.
Purser 11011110393', of tho S. S.
Gaelic has tho thanks of tho Bulle
tin for news favors.
XME FOREIGN NEWS.
Mrs. L. H. Stolz and two child
ren loft on tho suhooiior Aloha to
day for Sau Francisco.
Diamond Head, 3 p, m. Weather
clear; wind, frosh northeast. Tho
steamers Polo and Boiton bounding
Tho British barlt'Lanforna from
Newcastle. N. S. W. for Honolulu
has boon officially posted at Lloyds
Tho U. S. S. Boston returned from
its cruise to Lahaina and anchored
in tho naval row at -1 o'clock this
The Hawaiian National Band will
play at tho departure of the S. S.
Gaelic at 5:30 o'clock this evening,
in honor of Hon. and Mrs. J. H.
The d rod go was moved to
tion oH the Old Custom
wharf, whero she will begin
tions. There is very little,
coral at the bottom here,
Tuesday, Aug. 8.
8 S Gaelic, Pcarne, from the Orient en
route to the Coast
S S Oceanic, from the Coast en route to the
8 8 Australia. Houdlctte, 5 days 22 hours
from San Francisco
USS Boston, Day, from u cruise
Tuesday, Aug. 8.
8 S Gaelic, for San Francisco at 1 p 111
8 8 Oceanic, Penrno, for the Orient
Schr Transit for San Francisco
Stiur Mikahala for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Stmr Clandino for Maui at 5 p m
Btrur Iwaiaui for Kai'ai at 4 p m
Btnir Waialealo for Lahaina and Hiunakua
Vessels Leaving: To-morrow.
Btnir O R Bishop for Hanamaulu and Ka-
paa at 4 p 111
Schr Ka Moi for Kohala and Koholalele
From San Francisco per 8 8 Australia,
Aug 8 Mrs H li Ureckenlield, Master
Breckentield, Miss Augusta Bruce, Ueo P
Castle, Miss Cornwell, E H Cmwshay,
Miss Craw-shay, J K. Farley, Miss Arcenui
Fernandez, W B Godfrey) Jr., James M
Hind. Prof F H Hosmer and wife, Mrs 11
1 Lillie, Miss Mary E Low, 8 F Maltby, '
Mrs G T McLean und child. II W McOhes
ney and wife, Miss Evelyn Nichols, Mrs
F E Nichols and child, Mrs Sarali A
Nichols, Miss Mary O Paulding, P Heck, T
C Porter, Miss J Lizzie Quick, Dr S U
Tucker, Dr J Wight and wile, Clias Young
berg. From Sun Francisco per 8 S Oceanic,
Aug 8 Mrs VG Smith, E Smith, Agnes
Smith, Edith Smith, Georgia F Mattocks,
Jus L Lucker, Win H Chambliss, '24 cabin,
2 European steerage, and 105 passengers in
transit. From Honolulu for the Orient:
53 Japanese and 1 cabin for Yokohama, Sd
Chinese and 2 children fcr Hongkong.
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Mika
hala Aug 8 For Volcano: Col W H Hal
lett, ltov Power, Messrs Grant nml Itopur.
Way ports: Miss von Holt, Miss J Boper,
J D Paris, H O Palmer, Miss 11 Simcrson,
Miss Grube, W Simerson, Miss K. Lane,
Miss L Kaue, Irene Dickson, Itev Fattier
Victor, Rev Father Celustine, M C los
and wife, Mrs J W Davidson ami daugh
ter, Mrs Henry Hart, G McDougall, Col 8
Norris and 30 deck.
For San Francisco per S 8 Gaelic, Aug 8
Hon and Mrs Blount, Messrs Wolters,
Bartram, Ellico Mills, l)r and Mrs Day,
Mrs Goodale and child, Dr II Play fair, A
AVostiuacott, Dr Wood, C H Clupp, 3.4 Japs
and 310 in transit.
For Hamakua per stmr Waialealo Aug
8 J Lightfoot, wife and 2 childicn.
For San Francisco per s-chr Alohu, Aug
8 Mrs Stolz and 2 children
A Portuguoso hackman rati over
Captain Kibling on tho street this
morning, and was locked up for
furious and heedless driving. Tho
Captain was not much hurt.
'The U. S. S. Adams had a practice
of call to quarters at midnight last
night. The men woro out of their
bunks and in tho different positions
ready for attack inside of five min
utes. Tho "Weekly Bulletin is the only
weekly newspaper published in the
Hawaiian Islands that gives a full
and true account of local happen
ings. Soo list of contents in another
J. Aoa gavo a luau at his residence,
Waikiki, yesterday evening. A largo
number of friends were present to
partake of his hospitality. The
Quintet Club was also there with its
1 popular music.
Nino Japaueso and Chinese soda
water and cako peddlers were arrest
ed about noon to-day for boiug with
out a license as dictated by law.
Bail was lixed at S50 each, and but.
few of them got out.
There was quite a drop in raw
sugar at New York on July 27th, tho
quotation falling from 4jc. to 3'c
This means a dilibronco to tho plan
ters of .?()7,500 on tho cargoes arriv
ing at San Francisco on tho 21th,
251 h, 2Gth and 27th.
Mr. J. J. Aubertin, an English
traveler who, in a book named "'A
Fight with Distances," describes at
length his visit to these Islands and
tho Hawaiian Legislature in 18S6, is
in San Francisco and intends going
homo by way of tho Australian
The swift little steam launch
Mohoa, according to the S. F. Even
ing Bulletin, has been purchased Tor
the Hawaiian Government for the
customs snrvico at Honolulu, and
will bo brought, to this port an the
deck of the schooner Annie. Tho
purchase price is not given.
Mr. William Wolters, the popular
manager of H. Hackfold & Co.'s
merchandise) department, is a pas
songor by tho Gaelic which leaves
lor San Francisco this afternoon.
Mr. Wolter intend-i visiting the
Fatherland and will bo absent about
eight mouths or so. Auf Wiedersnhen !
Hawaiian Soap, the only pure
laundrj-soap in tlio market, can bo
had by tho case or at lotail, ut any
of tho yrocern in Honolulu, as wefl
as at the company's agents. Fami
lies can now oulor Hawaiian soap
from their grocers with other goods.
Price 5.00 per hundred. M. W.
AicChesnoy k, Sons, Agents Hono
lulu Soap Works Co.
ONE DAY AHEAD OF TIME.
The schooner Anna will bring assorted
merchandise to Honolulu valued at 7J00.
The Hawaiian burk Leah! and American
four-masted schooner' Lvinan D. Foster
have boen engaged to loud lumber ut Hum
boldt Bay and Cowl
vidian Mills for Sydney.
SURPRISE PARTY CONCERT.
Mr. and BIre. Blount Serenaded at
Tho Hawaiian National Baud gavo
Hon. J. H, Blount, U. S. Minister,
and Mrs. Blount an agreeable nur
priso at tho Hotel yetorday even
ing. Notwithstanding that it was a
surprise party, a fow minutes after
tho concert stalted Hocks of people
crowded into tho grounds. Mr. and
Mrs. Blount, Admiral and .Mrs. Skor
rott aud daughters, Commander
Nelson of the U. S. S. Adams, Major
J. II. Wodohouso, British Minister,
aud other j enjoyed the music from
tho Huto't veranda. Mrs. Blount was
bo well pleased with tho boyb' sing
ing thai, in company with Mrs.
Skorret,t, she camo down and stood
by the baud stand until tho vocal
renditions concluded. Tho Nationals
playeil well. The P. G. band quit
playing at Emma Square at 0
o'clock, und camo down to the
Tho S. S. Australia Trie3 to Steal a
Day's March on tha S. S. Oceanic.
The S. S. Australia, H. C. Houd
lotte, commander, loft San Francisco
August 2nd, at 2 p. m., with 32 cabin
and 20 steerage passengers and 8
bags of mails. Experienced lino
woather throughout the voyage and
arrived at Honolulu August 81 h, at
As will bo seen from tho above re
port furnished by Purt-er MoCombo
tho steamer loft on fechodule time.
From other sources it is learned
that thu Australia's people made an
effort to beat tho S. S. Oceanic,
which left a day ahead of her, unci
arrived in port this morning. Tho
Australia will leave again on Wed
Tho success of Mrs. Annio M
Beam, of .McKeesporl, Pennsylvania,
in tho treatment of diurrhtea in her
children will undoubtedly be of in
terest to many mothers. She says:
l,I spent several weeks in Joustowu,
Pa,, after tho great Hood, on account
of my husband being employed
there, We had several children with
us, two of whom took the iliurrluna
very badly, 1 got some of Chamber
Iain's Colic, Ciiplera aud Diarrluea
Jtomcdy from Kuv. .Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of them. I know of
several other cases where it was
equally Hucci-b.-l itl. 1 tliinlc it can
not Do oicoilou and cncorlully ro-
(Continwd from ffd Phpe.) " '
Homo and lay tho matter before tho
Popo with a recommendation that a
coadjutor bo appointed to assist tho
Archbishop of Now York. This
would moan tho virtual removal, of
Corrigan from tho nctivo manage
ment of tho affairs of his archdiocese.
aud the Journal hints that if such j
action is taken by tho Holy Soo
Archbishop Ireland may bo tho co-'
A Now York papor says Arch,
bishop Corrigau lias left tho city I
secretly for Rome, tho Popo having
summoned him for a personal inter
THE SILVEH QUESTION. i
Ex-Judgo Noah M. Davis has '
given tho opinion that Soorotary
Carlislo has made himsolf liablo to
an action by his failure to purchaso
1,500,000 ounces of silver during tho
month of July. His purchases wero
short 2,116,000 ounces.
A conservative poll of tho Senate,
leaving out three mombors not seat
ed, gives forty-one in favor of silver
purchaso repeal and fort3'-four op
posed without a substitute friondly
Tho silver convention just assem
bling at Chicago will propare ag
gressive measures to bo prosecuted
PEIIKINS FOR SENAIOII.
Governor Markliam appointed ox
Governor Georgo C. Porlrnson July
22 to succeed tho late Loiand Stan
ford, Senator from California. Sona
tor Perkins was a memVor of tho
well-known shipping iirtn "of Good
all, Perkins & Co., now bearing the
corporate name of tho Pacific Coast
THE TROUBLE IN SIAM.
riiANcn pushing matters to an ex-
A despatch from Bangkok of July
31 received in London says:
Tho uneasiness among tho people,
far from lessoning, is increasing.
Sevou more French gunboats have
arrived. Negotiations are still go
ing on, but the progress mado is not
reported. Tho intentions of tho
French are awaited with fear and
apprehension. Admiral Humann
has issued a second blockade notice,
to take effect three days from Satur
dav. Ho will order tho British war
ships Pallas aud Swift, now lying off
Bangkok, to go outside tho blockade
limits. Unless tho French Govern
ment interposes quickly, an attack
on Bangkok seems certain.
A prominent Paris merchant, who
owns warehouses in liaugknk, m an
interview expressed tho opinion that
decisive action is necessary to restore
tho prostigo which Franco has en-joj-ed
in Siam since tho adoption of
tho commercial treaty of 1880.
French trade has recently declined,
ho said, in consequence of Emrlish
and German enterprise and intrigues
to destroy Fronch inlluouco.
The London Post's Paris special
A lengthy conforonco botwoon
Dufferin and Dovollo resulted iu a
friondly entonto, permitting Siam
to bo maintained as a buffer between
tho British and Fronch possessions.
Franco abandons tho ceded parts to
which England lays claim as having
formed a part of Burmah previous to
Theobaw's overthrow. England
agrees to tho necessity of an accurate
adjustment of tho Siamese frontier
in relation to Tonquin aud Auam.
At a council of ministers iu Paris
yesterday, Dovollo announced that
Prince Vadhana had signified Siam's
williuguess to concedo tho supple
mentary guarantees demanded by
Franco. The pretext for imposing
heavier conditions is alleged to bo
tho delay of Siam iu accepting the
In tho British Houso of Lords,
Lord Roseborry road tho text or the
Fronch conditions, aud added, "Wo
have signed an agreement in Paris
establishing a neutral zone iu Indo
China." The opinion in London and tho
best informed quarters of Paris is
that tho whole question will now be
A despatch from Paris says thero
are signs of tho Government's bond
ing boforo tho blast blowing from
tho boulevards. It is now explained
thut France has not really accepted
Siam's submission to the full de
mands of tho Fronch ultimatum.
Nothing final will bo done until the
French Plenipotentiary, do Villors,
has accomplished his mission to
Do Villors' instructions aro to ko
curo guarantees against tho ronowal
of Siamt'so attacks upon tho French,
and to ask for special advantages iu
behalf of the French, iu which tho
financial world is understood to bo
Negotiations tit Bangkok hnvo be
come heciet. Absolutely nothing
can be learned of thorn.
English and German gunboats en
tered tho Menain River on tho 1st
iust. anil camo to anchor off the city.
Michael Davitt will not go back
to Parliauiout. Ho will tnako n tour
of Australia to collect funds for tho
Russlawlll add' 0X1 porcbrirtbTho
present maximum tariff on Gorman
importations. This will be Russia's
reply to Germany's CO percent In
crease on hor tariff.
The Prussian H&mo Secretary has
issued an order to tho provincial de
partments to oxpol Russian immi
grants. Fully 250,000 minors loft work
July 29 in Lancashire, Yorkshiro
aim Midlands. It is tho biggost
striko on record 111 tho English coal
RIOT IN THE HOUSE OF COMMONS. ,
Iu tho Houso of Commons on
July 27, Joseph Chamberlain arose
at (J:I5, a quarter of an hour boforo
closure was to take offoct. Ho was
to deliver tho final broadsido against
tho Government boforo division in
Chaniborlaiu was speaking with
groat bittornoss, giving his opinion
of tho closure. Ho compared Glad
stone to Herod, whou his words
wero drowned by a roar from tho
Nationalists. T. P. O'Connor sprang
to his seat and, leaning toward
Chamberlain, shouted "Judas" so
loudly that it was hoard throughout
tho houso. Tho rest of tho Irish
men took up tho cry, and for half a
minute shouted "Judas" in chorus.
Chairman Mollor tried to put tho
closure, but his voico could not bo
heard. Then ho gavo the custom
ary directions, but several Conserv
atives shouted that ho must first call
O'Connor to order for calling Cham
berlain namos. Mollor protested
I that ho had uot heard tho epithets
1 in question. Then everybody start
1 ed for tho front bench, tho Uuiou
, ists shouting "Gag." Tho others
, struggled in tho aisles or botwoon
, tho bonclies with Radical, Liberal or
1 Irish antagonists. John Logan, Lib
oral, ran down to tho first opposi
tion bench and began upbraiding
Edward Carson, Tory. Wyndham
and Fisher jumped to Carson's as
sistance, seized Lofjan by tho neck, ,
threw hiin to the Iloor head first aud
bundled him uudor a bench.
Somebody smashed Tim Healey's
big hat over his oyes, and, as Tim
sprang into the aisle in fightiug pos
ture, ho camo in collision with Han
bury, knocking him down. A freo
light then broko out at tho gangway,
led by William Redmond, who
pushed over Colonel Saunderson,
the Ulster champion. Saunderson
was' rescued and-headed an attack
on the Paruellites. Blows wore
struck right and left. Tho whole
space between tho front benches was
tilled with a struggling, cursing mass
of mombors, striking, clawing aud
upsottiug each other. Tho sor-goants-at-arms
Gladstone fiually sent Majori
banks, a sturdy Liberal, into tho
melee to negotiate peace, and ho
succeoded in doing so by appoals in
tho Premier's name. Saunderson
camo out of the row holding a bunch
of keys to a black oye.
Chairman Mollor'sont for Speaker
Pool, who, on hearing both sides,
decided that O'Connor's word had
started the disorder. O'Connor
mado an apology which tho Speaker
accepted. The Speaker hoped the
Houso would now proceed to busi
ness in a manner to do honor to its
traditions. His remarks woro re
ceived with cheers, but as soon as
they subsided Col. Saunderson told
oxcitedlj' how Eugene Croau, anti
Paruellito, had hit him in tho eye.
This started another wrauglo threat
ening a disturbance, but tho Speak
er succeeded in quieting the turbu
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'jm i1 wr1
For This Week Only !
A Boston Boy's Eyesight
Cavod -Porhaps His Lifo
By Ilood's Sarsnparllla Blood PoU
soncd by Canker.
Bend tho following from n grateful mothort
"My little boy had Sonrlct Fever when 4 years
old, and it left him very weak and wlUi blood
poisoned with cnnlcrr. Ills eyes bocamo
so Inflamed that hU sufferings wero intense, and
for soven weeks bo
Cquld Not Opon His Eyes.
I took him twico during that tlmo to tho Eyo
and Ear Infirmary on Charles street, but their
remedies failed to do him U10 faintest shadow
of good. I commenced giving him Hood's
Sarsnparllla and it soon cured him. I havo
never doubted that It inrrd hi light, oven
if not his vorr lifo. You may uso this tes
timonial In any way you choose, I am always
xo&dy to sound tho praise of
because of tho wonderful good it did my son."
Annie F. Blackjiax, 2888 Washington St,
Boston, Mass. Get HOOD'S.
HCOD'3 PlLLS fro hand rondo, and aro per
fect ta composition, proportion aud appoarance
HOlUtON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian lslnnos.
N. S. SACHS'
Bao Fort Street, Drlonolulvi.
THIS IS YOUR WEEK FOR BARGAINS
Men's Black Straw Hats -lb Cta.
Men's Crape Shirts 85 Cts.
British Socks, 5 pair for $1 00
Men's Gauze Undershirts, 5 for $1 00
Unlaundricd Shirts, good quality 60 Cts.
Silk Scarfs 25 Cts.
jKSThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
watches & clocks Remnant Sale
Jeweler and Watchmaker.
Mclnerny Block, - - Fort Street.
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
im:. s. 3L.:ers7"Tr
7 5 "OtT STREET" 7 5
A despatch from Brisbane via
Sydnoy says Groat Britain has an
nexed tho Solomon Islands.
At latest news from Nicaragua it
was expected tho Government troops
would surrolidor tho city of Grana
da to the rebels.
Tho Salvador revolt has boon
stamped out by Ezota's brother.
Coolie contract laborors have been
rioting in Dutch Guiana. Some
overseers have boen murdered iu
REVOLUTION I.N AltuENTINA.
The Now York Horald's Buenos
Ayros correspondent sa3's: Tho revo
lutionists aro still gaining ground.
An attack has been begun on La
Plata and tho citj' of Santa Fo is
threatened. IJosario ha3 alreadj
fallen. Forty towns in tho province
of Buenos Ayros aro now held by tho
Revolutionists. Iu the province of
Santa fo tho rebels aro seizing many
towns. Notico has been given to
Governor Cafferata that unless ho
surrenders tho city of Santa Fo to
morrow and gives up control of tho
province bombardment will begin.
Radicals at tho hoad of the revo
lutionary movement now in progroFs
declare that their object is to effect
as complete a revolution as that of
1890, and to destroy tho surviving
elements of tho reginio of ex-President
Smith iV Co,, agouti for
I ho llitwai-
- For a lame back or for a pain in
tho side or chest, try saturating a eoinintiiid it." "2. aud 50 rout bot-
I'mu-o of ilaunel with Chiimborlaui'.s ties for hale by all denleih.
j l'a in jJaliu and bunting It onto tho
'ull'octed parts. This treatment will
I euro any ojdinary rnno in ono or two
vJaya. Pain Balm it I ho cures rheum
.itioiii, 50 cent bottles for salt by
lull doaloru, Butibou, Smith & Co,,
ruguutu fur thu Uuwuliau luluudu,
Dr. '.M. K. Uioviuim, D, D.S., hn
lug returned fioin thu UouHt, hii if
mimed tho piaetico of Ilia profusion
b hid old ulUeo on llutul uiruuU
Italian papors havo no mention of
cholera, but it is said the disease
exists iu several parts of Italy. A
telegram from Naples announcing
four cases of cholera there was sup-pies-setl.
Another oueyelicul from tho l'opo
to all rulers iu Christendom is about
to be ihstied. It urges tho rights of
labor and asserts that religion is the
only cure for Micialisin,
In tho regatta of tho Royal
Vacht Club at tho Isle of Wight,
July ill, the Prince ol Wales's yacht
Britannia won, She was liiiiu. i?cc.
ahead of Lord Dun raven's yacht
Valkyrie, aud liniii. 2(lsee. ahead of
lite Navahoo, tho American ohal
' longer for tho Victoria Yacht Club
eup, the Broutou'n Ueef cup anil tho
Cape of May cup.
Tho Vienna correspondent of the
Loudon News savn Idibtia in ri.olv"etl
to ask China lor an explanation of
her attitude iu thu 1'aiuiin (juestion
iu view of t lie enormous tniisvos of
Chiiu'M) troop concentratuU iu tho
viuiuity of lit J X'auilrd,
CAPTAIN WINDING DEAD.
Tho Veteran Bkippor Dies of Pneu
monia in Sail Francisco.
Captain J. C. M. Winding, master
of the bark Albert, died at St. Luke's
hospital, Sau Francisco, of pneu
monia, on July 25. News by last
previous steamer before to-day was
that Captain Winding was poorly
on his arrival at San Francisco on
the last trip of the Albert hence.
Tho doad captain was master of tho
Albert from tho time she was launch
ed two or three years ago. Ho was
formerly master" of the ship Eldo
rado aud bark Forest Queen, Cap
tain Winding was well known aud
highly esteemed both at Sau Fran
cisco ami Honolulu. Ho was tiu
uiarried and well past middle-age.
make from nn artificially pro
duced GUM almost as elastic as
INDIA RUBBER, which, when
reduced by cortain volatile sol
vents to tho consistency of an
oil, can bo mixed with all pig
ments, and used in the same
manner as linseed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
heat and cold and atmospheric
influences. It lusts longer, gives
a richer gloss, covers better and
makes pigments more brilliant
than the purest and best linseed
It possesses tho romurkublo
property of "covering" with
much loss pigment than any
other oil. It also mixes in larger
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lusting
aiid wearing properties.
' From the Manager ol Faauliau Plantation
Co., Hamakua, Hawaii.
1 Wm. I.r.Trs Oi.iveu, Ksq., Mnnagor Ameri
can I.ucol Co., bun KriiucUco,
j Dear Sir:
i A yt'tir li);" f nscil mjiiiii of tho oil inaiui-
fautun-d bj voile Cuiiipiiny to jiaim ouu of
I our l'liintiitlun Imllillnt, ut thu tiunu tiiuu
I jiuliiiini; uiljoluliiK Inulilliij; with imiiit.i
! iiiUoil with AmtMk'iin unit KnglUh l.in-
j Hued Uiln. Tho paint wui mixed nnd up-
. plied by a uninpi'luut workman.
I '1'ho ImililiiiK paiutuil uith I.ucol Oil re-
tuhiH itt, oii;iiiul nppcuruiici. wlilln those
on wliluli I.iu-ecil (ill ttus ued fuded biimo
time hbo, tlm paint hivomiiiK chalky. Ah
this l'lautiitlun is on tho weather Hide of
thu Ihluiid, and tho climate csciiptionully
I trylni,' on 1'alnt, 1 consider thu above to ho
u thorough u tent us any to which your
Oilcan pnx.ilhlo he Mthji-i'ted, its niipt'rior-
liy neiiii; hi uppuicui. i tahc pii-UBiiiu in
I ii-coinnioudlng the i.tteul Oil to all uni-rt of
Yotiri very Hiispi-ctfnlly,
A. MODI! 10, Manager.
Hiiptiiiulii-r 0, ls!i-
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
OX HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
IrWSVfi UP1 ' M
glEtc., Etc, Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OH DAMAGED (300DS KEI'T ON HAND
OllDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotol Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
HEIiL TELEPHONE r.ii. -l t- MUTUAL TELEPHONE (M.
AT THE FAMOUS STOllE OF
B. I BKLBBS & CO.
SOB & Bll ITOR,T STRHILT.
Canton Wash. Falorios !
A liundhoino Cotton Fabric; Now Styles this m-ummi, the ill'cctaure fac-bluiileb of Chinr
Silks; to hi-o them means to appn-eiato thein.
Bilk llnihli jiiht out, real l-rcm-lt dei;iiH are the tlnest und tin: craze of the season.
Cashmere Sublimes SO Cents "5Ta.rci 1
One of the humlMjimibt Wiirli Materials this M-iiton entirely naw und j?
for the price bus no ui)iml.
"Wlaite Lawns and IDixxiity ! '
In 1'lulu, blripi'd and Cheeked iu ureal variety.
DroBsmakluu Under the Manayoment oi SIRS. RENNER.
rOSTAGE STAM1'3 FOH SALE.
ClOMl'LDTi: hKT OF POSTAUL
J Stump-, BtiroliaiKiicl " I'rnvWiouul
ilnv't, mil." for i-ilu ut tlio Hawaiian
Ncttn Oo.'b btoio, (or thin woe.lt only for
IV Bpoclul price (or Stump- fluuly
or by tho liuuu tho lnutw ut wlileli hn
I ii li i
Royal Insurance Company
" The Largest in -the "World."
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Assets January 1, 1892,
I Viw ' I'rinlini ill th Hull'tin Qtr, I Twl.m
CAT Fire rinks on all kinds of lutiraucit I'ropertv tuken ut Current Hisks by
J, i. vv JnLX-jxd . k. J JcCt
Autlim Ayxnl for the lUwulUu Irtancli,