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-OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1. 1893.
To Ewa Situ,.
Leave l'enrl City.
Arrive Ewa Mill..
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43
Leave l'enrl City 0:53 11:16 4:13
Arrlvo Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55
A. Baturdavs onlv.
C. Sundays cxeoptcd.
D. Bnt unlays excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 9, 1893.
Wednesday, Aug 9.
Btmr Klnau from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr James Mnkcc from Kauai
LOOAL AftD QENEBAIi NEWS.
Bis cho fa ari-o:ta woro" mbda lost
No. 12, K. of P.,
J. W. Liming, tho collector, hns
pono to Olincln, Maui, for a short
Tho Mnlteo Sugar Co.'s plantations
on Kauai will begin grinding again
Havo somo of Nollo's frosh frozen
o3'sters by tho Australia boforo thoy
aro all gono.
Got your horso food
fornia Food Co. Bod
Both telephones 121.
at tho Cali
Tho Dulio of Nowcastlo and valot
loft on tho S. S. Oooanic yesterday
aftornoon for tho Orient.
Wednesday, Aug. 9.
Btmr C It Bishop for Hanamaulu and Kn-
paa at 4 p m
Schr Ka Moi for Kohaln and Kohohtlelo
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Btmr Kinau 2390 bugs sugar, 15!) sheep, 1
horse, 12 bales wool, 14 bbls poi. 260
bags potatoes, 21 bags corn, (IJ bills
hides and 2D0 plcgs sundries.
Stmr Pole 1175 bags sugar.
From Maul and Hawaii per tmr Klnau,
Aug 9 M G Kelley, H 0 Austin, T M
Datte, Miss Alice West, Mrs B H Seholtz,
Rev E P Baker, J O Serrao, O Horswill, A
W Crockett, Miss Bella Weight, X'aul .Tar
rett, J Goldstein, Miss Martha Spencer, E
P Low, A Cockburn, Miss Marv Atkins,
E Hedeinaun, J F M:elvenziu, Xfaster M
S Damon, Mrs F P Hastings, Miss M K
Lewis and boy, H E dreen, Miss Emily
Apolo, Mrs M Tamueho and child, Mrs L
A C Parish, child and servant, Mises Uow
sett (2) and KM deck.
For Hongkong and Yokohama per S S
Oceanic, Aug h Duku of Now castle and
vulet, T Tanno and 53 Japanese and 35
Chinese in steerage, and 191 in transit.
For Kauai per stmr Iwnlnnl, Aug 8 A S
Wilcox, Father Emmeran, E G Bettis, J K
Farley, A F Hisuheak, V Zoeller, Mr ICimi
shima, Dr Motley, 11 P Baldwin.
FAKEWELIi TO THE MINISTER.
The schooner Halcyon, 279 tons, loads
lumber ut Eureka for this port.
The steamer James Mukce did not bring
any sugar from Kapaa this morning, for
tho very reason that there was none there,
the mill having shut down.
The barks Albert and B. C. Allen sailed
from San Francisco July' 2!)th for this port.
The Albert has a cargo valued at $24,378,
and the Allen's $18,769. The latter has 25
head of live stock on boaid.
The American schooner John G. North,
Carlsen, arrived at Mnhuk.ina July 30th,
15 days from San Francisco; discharged
cargo and sailed 5th inst. with a full load
of sugar, 585 tons, for San Francisco.
Arrivals July 12, stmr Claudine from
Honolulu: 10, stmr Lehuafrom Honolulu;
18, stmr Claudine from Hilo; 22, stmr Ki
naa from Honolulu; 25, stmr Hawaii from
Honolulu; 28, stmr Kinau from Hilo, stmr
Claudine from Hamakua; SO, Am suhr
John G North, Carlsen, 15 days fiom San
Francisco to Hawaiian Railroad Co. Con
signees: H W Mist, S G Wilder & Co, R R
Hind, C S Kynnersley and Kohala Sugur
Co. Cargo: feed, Hour, groceries, etc. etc;
Aug 2, stmr Klnau from Honolulu; 8,
stmr Kinau from Hilo.
Departures July 12, stmr Claudine for
Hilo; 10, stmr Lehua for Hilo; 18, stmr
Claudine for Honolulu; 22, stmr" Kinau
for Hilo; 25, stmr Hawaii for Hamakua;
28, Btmr Kinau for Honolulu, stmr Clau
dine for Maui ports; Aug 2, stmr Kinau
for Hilo; 5, Am schr John G North, Carl
ben, for San Francisco. Cargo: 4809 bags
sugar. J T Waterhouse; 511 bags sugar,
T H Davies & Co; total, 10,221 bags, 1,170,
4041bs, value, $31,811.82; 8, stmr Kinau for
Puahnla, an old jail bird, has boon
fivou sixty days at hard labor by
udgo Foster for vagrancy.
Tho monibors of tho Hawaiian
National Band woro prosouted with
small silk Hawaiian flags yesterday.
John F. Colburn fc Co. havo for
salo a large quantity of South Sea
Island cocoauuts suitable for plant
ing. Tho Myrtlo Boat club will hold its
regular monthly meeting at the
boat house at 7:30 o'clock this even
ing. A landlord gives notice in another
column that ho will sell certain fur
niture taken for non-paymont of
Tito bluojackots on the U. S. crui
ser Boston caught a niuo-foot shark
while lying at anchor in Lahaiua
bay last Sunday.
Tho regular quarterlj- mooting of
tho Union Feed Co., L'd., will bo
held at its ollico at 10:30 o'clock to
A mooting of the Waitnanalo Su
gar Company's Stockholders is call
ed for Frida', 11th inst., to consider
tho question of agencj-.
Inspector-General Atkinson an
nounces an examination for primary
grade certificates at Fort street
school at 9 a. in. next Monday.
Cnptaiu Nicholson, who wa super
intending tho construction of a
bridge at Makaweli, died at that
place last Suuda' week of piiou
Two boatboys for affray woro fined
$1 each in the District Court this
morning. Three of tho Chinese
gamblers arrested last night wore
lined $7 each.
Tho baud will play this ovrming
at Sans Souci. A bus will bo at tho
tramway terminus to convoy passen
gers to and from tho hotel for 25
cents round trip.
Tho lino German steamer Clara is
duo horo shortly and will bo des
patched for Yokohama on or about
the 6th Soptember. K. Ogura & Co.,
Hotel street, are tho agents.
A number of Wishart's comrades
in tho P. G. army aro wondering
when Lieut. Coyne is going to be
court-martialed for breaking Wish
art's rib. Echo answers, when?
Mr. W. M. Cunningham a few
weeKs ago planted some barley in
soil on an old beer cask in the
Anchor Saloon, aud to-da)- the top
of tho cask is covered with tho jjrain.
By order of the Agent of tho
Crown Lands, Jas. F. Morgan will
soil at public auction, at his sales
room, tho lease of Crown Laud at
North Kona, Hawaii, at 12 o'clock
A detachment of police under
Captain Hookano was despatched to
tho Pacific Mail wharf by Deputy
Marshal Brown yesterday afternoon
to knop tho peace botwoou tho two
bauds stationed there. "
Pojmlnr Ovntltm, to Hon. otuS, Mrri,
H. Blount at Doparturo.
Long boforo 6:80 o'clock yesterday .
aftornoon, the hour advertised for
the doparturo of tho British steam
ship Gaolio for San Francisco,
crowds of pooplo hoadod for tho
PaciGo Mail wharf. It had boon
horalded by tho Bulletin tho day
previous that U. S. Ministor Blount
aud wifo woro to loavo on tho Gaelic,
lionco tho crowd that was prosont.
It was a lucky day for tho flowor
girls, and thoy reapod a harvest.
Flowers and wroatus woro profuso
and they woro nearly all for tho U.
S. Minister and his amiable wife.
Thoir room on tho upper dock was n
bod of flowers of all descriptions.
Ministor Blount and wifo drovo to
tho wharf about 5 o'clock in Mr. S.
M. Damon's carriage Thoy woro
accompanied by Mrs. Damon. Tho
Ministor was dressed in a whito suit
aud a mouse-colored felt hat with a
singlo wroath on it. Both ho and
his wifo bowed to tho salutations of
tho crowd which lined tho way to
tho steamer's deck. Thoy disappear
ed in tho cabin and after a few
minutes camo out again to listen to
tho music of the Hawaiian National
band, tho P. G. band having gono
out on tho tug Elou to accompany
tho steamer to sea. The National
played several airs and sang "Aloha
Oo, waving silk Hawaiiau flags to
the departing Minister and his wifo.
Tho Ministor raisod his hat and
Mrs. Blount bowod to tho Nationals.
Major J. H. Wodehouso, British
Ministor Resident, aud wifo woro
among tho first to join tho diplo
mat and his lady on tho upper deck
and tho last to bid them farewell.
Other mombors of tho diplomatic
aud consular corps including Sonhor
A. do Souza Canavarro, Portuguese
Charge d'Affairos, Mr. Fugi, Consul
Gonoral for Japan, J. Porter Boyd,
U. S. Vico Consul - General, and
Thomas Rain Walkor, British Vice
Consul, were in the group gathered
about tho couple. Admiral Skorrott
and his stall, also his wife aud
daughters, Cotnmandor Nelson of
t ho U. S. S. Adams, Lieut. Young of
the Boston, wore also there to pay
thoir parting respects, together with
a largo number of representative
Tho stcamor swung out shortly
after 5:30 o'clock, the band playing
"Tho Watch on tho Rhino," for
Messrs. Wolters aud Bartram's de
parture, "God Save the Queen,"
"Auld Lang Syne," and concluding"
with "Star Spangled Banner" and
"Hawaii Ponoi." As tho steamer was
moving away, Mr. J. E. Bush propos
ed three cheers for the man who was
going to see that justice is done tho
Hawaiiau nation, which was re
sponded to with gonoral heartiness.
Tho tug Elou, on which woro
Captain J. A. King, Minister of In
terior, W. O. Smith, Attomey-Gon-eral,
a number of ladios, aud the P.
G. baud, accompanied the Gaelic to
ROBBERY IN EARLY MORNING.
CcvnftvMol Itorclary by Barofwotod
-Bill- WWlO?pJ a Prlsonor.
ATTEMPT AT ESCAPE FOILED.
"Barefooted Bill," who is -pWbgd.
sontenqoin Oa.hu Jail for Nlnirglaryyj
mado an offort to seetiro his liberty
on Monday night.; Tho native, guard
who was stationed uear Bill's 'coll
noise, as of something
heavy dropping on tb.o"fltor. As lie
was moving to find out tho causo ho
Hoard rattling, wnon no got, to
Bill's coll ho mot that individual
coming out, holding somo tools in
his" hand. As soon as ho saw the
guard ho stopped back. On exami
nation it was found that tho noto
rious burglar had unscrewed tho
lock from tho door of his coll, but
on being romovod the lock had fallen
on tho floor, croating tho noiso
which tho guard hoard. Bill was
locked up again.
Yostorday afternoon Deputy-Marshal
Brown aud 'Captain Parker in
terviewed Barefooted Bill at tho
Prison. Ho admitted that ho com
mitted tho burglary at B. F. Ehlers'
store on tho night of July 8th, while
ho was supposed to bo in prison.
Tho workshop whero ho is ougagod
was soarchou, as also his coll, and
silk undershirts aud drawers woro
found. Theso woro compared with
samples in the possession of tho
Doputy-Marshal, and found to cor
respond. Somo silk handkerchiefs
woro found in tho possession of a
female prisoner. Those woro also
identified as articles stolen from
Ehlers' storo. Marshal Hitchcock
and Doputy-Marshal Brown aro to
bo credited with locating tho burg
lar of Ehlors' storo, as they previous
ly suspocted Barefooted Bill of tho
robbery, but dolayod springing on
31r8. O. V, Card
Made Over Anew
For a lame back or for a pain in
tho side or chest, tr' saturating a
piece of flannel with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and binding it onto the
affected parts. This treatment will
cure any ordinary case in one or two
days. Pain Balm also euros rheum
atism. 50 cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
MYSTIC LODOE, NO. 2, K. of P.
ALL MEMBERS OF MYSTIC LODGE
No. 2, K. of P., are requested to be
present at their Castle Hall THIS (Wed
nesday) EVENING. Final action will be
taken upon a proposed amendment to the
By-Laws und other important business
will be transacted. Per order.
A. V. GEAU,
799-lt K. of B. ii S.
Chronic Hoadacho Cured Woak
Lungs Mado Strong and Woll.
" For years 1 liad sick lieadaclici every day, and
-1 also had rvtf irenk Iiiiih. Klnco I bare
been tiklas Hood's Bamparllla, I have
been rnttrclr cured of headaches, and my
lungs aro strons and well. Friends often say
How Well You'ro Looking.
I tell them It Ij duo to Hood's Barsaparllla. I
am small In staluro never welched over
1 no pounds beforo taking Hood's Sarsapa-
villa, and at tho time I began taking It I had
run down to 85 pounds, but now I wcl;b.
lll'i. My friends thought I would bo dend
long ngo, but 1 am perfectly well. I am
unablo to express my thanks for the good
has dono mo." Mrs. C. B. Caiid, 121C Adeline
Street, Oakland, California.
MoO'l'T P!ll3 euro ail I.lver Ills, rillous-
noss, Ja'iudtec, Indlzostto'i, Sl-k Headache
HOBBON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
5EO inort Street, Honolulu..
THIS IS YOUR WEEK FOR BARGAINS
Men's Black Straw Hats 45 Cts.
Men's Crape Shirts 85 Cte.
British Socles, 5 pair for 1 00
Men's Gauze Undershirts, 5 for $1 00
Unlaundried Shirts, good quality GO Cts.
Silk Scarfs 25 Cts.
Watches & Clocks
THE FOOTBALL GAME.
Coming Off Saturday and Promising
The great football game between
a team from tho U. S. cruiser Boston
and a local team captained by Chas.
Crane will take placo on Saturday
afternoon at 4:80 on tho now League j
grouud. An admission charge of '
twenty-fivo cents for adults will bo '
charged, and for children under ten i
years ton cents. Tho Boston team
resumed practice this afternoon and
tho local will go out as usual at 5
o'clock this evening. It promises to i
bo an exciting game, as both teams j
do some tall talking. Tho P. G. I
baud will probably be in attoudanco,
Takes tho Cako.
Captain T. H. Grilliths has taken
command of tho bark Albort, vico
Winding, deceased, aud Captain D.
McNeill of tho barkentine Discovery
has succeeded Grilliths in command
of tho barkoutino S. G. Wilder.
Mr. Woltors, of tho tirm of H.
Hackfold & Co., presented tho Ha
waiian National and P. G. bauds
I j'eslerday afternoon with ?25 each,
before he left on tho sleamor Gaelic.
He was nearly smothered with gar
lands of Uowors by his lady friends.
Among tho arrivals by tho Gaelic
yesterday wore Messrs. F. von do
Put to and Van Fets, who brought a
letter of introduction to Mr. Paul
Neumann from Count Do Byland,
.Ministor Resident of tho Nether
lauds in Tokio.
Tho throo Japanese and five Chi
neso soda water and cako peddlers
Tho Anheuser-Busch Browing As
sociation lias boon awarded tho con
tract to furnish tho beer for the
Coltltnbinti Onsiim Hnshiiir.-iiit nl flu.
World's Fair. Thoro's no necessity. I '- aiu' SI costs.'
however, to go as far as Chicago to
saninll) tho Alllimi.sor-Hnsnli lirmv. iib JliVMIS, till) 1
H. Hackfold & Co. havo boon ap
pointed solo agents hero for tho
gonuino Budweiser of tho Anhousor
Busch Browing Association and also
for tho woll-known Schlitz Milwau
kee Iker. Insist ou gotting those
brands, as inforior imitations aro
being offered to tho public,
appeared in tho District Court this
morning. The Japs woro roinandod
for a weok, and four Chineso will bo
heard to-morrow. Tho other China
man pleaded guilty and was fined
In saying that Hood's Sarsaparilla
cures, its proprietors make no idle
or oxtravagant claim, Statements
from thousands of reliable people of
what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done
for thotn, conclusively prove the fact
Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Pills act especially upon
tho liver, rousing it from torpidity
to its natural duties, cure constipa
tion and asKitit digest ion.
An -alarm for a liie on School
street was rung in about 7:!J0 o'clock
yodtordiiy evening, Tliu depart incut
responded promptly, but tliuir her
vices were not needed. Iv wtiu u
tfm,ull hyo in u lUtohOu.
G. soldier who es
caped rrom the liAoeutivo building
a few days ago with two loft shoes
on and was arrested for drunken
ness, was pulled in again last night
for tho same offaiine, and was fined
SH in tho District C'Hirl this morn
ing. His shoos were all right this
Louis Barnotti, membor of tho
Flagnhip band, was found guilty of
assault and battery ou Buslmoll in
tho District Court yesterday, but
sentence was suspended, Bushnull
Mates that he did not run away
from the musician, but that the lat
ter came up behind, mid he turned
in time to suvu himself from getting
n blow over the head with a shovel.
Tho Post ollico was a bii3v placo
yesterday, having to handle the
mail by three foreign bteaiunrs, dis
tributing the S. h. Australia's mail
ami hurting the out wind mails by
the Uceuum and Gaelic. Tliuru wore
diHp'iti'hnd by the tiiuilie lor Sail
Fr.iuvii-co l',l J I httloiri and i"6 pu
lmrrf, mid by tho Ocouulo for thu
Uflonl GrJJJ Wttbrd uud ii-ii pupW
E. R. Hendry's House Entered and
Gold Watch, and Chain Stolen.
Tho rosidonco of Mr. E. R. Hendry,
manager of tho Hawaiiau Hardware
Co., at Makiki was entered by somo
ono early this morning, and a gold
watch and chain abstracted from
Mr. Hendry's vest. That gentleman
was lying with his back to tho door
opening into tho parlor, aud, as is
customary with him, awoke at 2
o'clock to got a drink of water.
Glancing around ho saw a man
standing sidoways Willi notn lianas
on tho door of tho bedroom. Ho
sang out to tho man to got out, and
at the same time graspod for his
pistol. The man immediately ran
out on tho veranda, followed by Mr.
Hendry. Tho latter fired thrtfo shots
at the robber, none of which took
effect. Ho then returned to the
houso for tho purpose of telephon
ing to the Police Station. Tho tele
phone was in the dining room, about
eighty foot from tho vorauda. Just
as ho got halfway Mrs. Hendry sang
out to him that tho burglar had re
turned to tho veranda, and ho camo
back. A hat, a pair of shoes and a
silk umbrella wore found on tho vo
rauda, and Mr. Hendry's coat and
vest woro hanging on tho balustrade
It is presumed that tho burglar had
returned to got his hat, coat aud
umbrella, but Mr. Hendry s prompt
pearauco scared nun away again.
hred throo more shots in tuo
bushes skirting tho vorauda, but the
burglar had escaped out of shooting
distauce. The articlos woro brought
into tho houso and a message was
eventually sent to the Police feta
tion. Captaiu Klemme and another
ollicor arrived at tho houso and
searched tho premises but, with tho
exception of tho articles montioncd,
the burglar hud not loft a trace bo
hind. Investigation showed that
tho man, w'hoovor ho was, had effect
ed entrance through a French win
dow in tho front, which wa3 not
locked aud was found open.
Mr, Hendry doscribos tho man as
short, about his own size, but not
quite so stout. Ho woro a woolen
shirt and brown pants. Ho did not
catch a glimpse of his face, but was
perfectly sure tho burglar was
uoit hor a native nor a Chinaman.
Mr. C. A. Brown stated at tho
Police Station this morning that ho
saw two whito men prowling around
tho vicinity about a weol: or ten
days ago, and was unfavorably
impressed by suspicious actions.
- .1. w m
The succchs of Mrs. Annie M
Beam, of McKeesport, Pennsylvania,
in I ho treatment of diarrhoea in her
children will undoubtedly bo of in
terest to ninny mothers. She says:
"l spent several weeks in Jonstown,
Pa., after the great Hood, ou account
of my husband being employed
there. Wo had boveral children with
us, two oi whom loou tuo diarriiuja
very badly. I got some of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Dinrrhiua
Remedy from Rev. Mr, Chapman.
It cured both of them, 1 knew of
nuveial ol her casea whore it was
equally Miccessful. 1 think it can
not I hi excelled ami cheerfully re
commend it." 12." ami nOcoiit bot
tles for Mile by all dualuis. Buiibou,
Smith A: Co., ujoittri fur lliU llirwuW
rpHE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE WAI
JL manai.o Suovn Company aro hereby
notified that a Mectiui;, to consider tho
question of Agenuv, will bu held at the
ollico of Messrs. Uruco and A. J. Cart
wright ut 2 o'clock p. m. on KKIDAY, Aug
ust 11th. J. A. OL'MMINS,
Honolulu, August!), lb'J.1. ' ilW-'Jt
THE REGULAK QUARTERLY MEET
ing of the Union Feeh Co., (L'd.),
will be held at the Company's OlUce, on
THURSDAY, the 10th inst., at 10:30
o'clock A. 51.
F. R. YIDA,
Secretary Union Koed Co., L'd.
Honolulu, Aug. 7. 18!. 7U7-3t
POSTAGE STAMPS FOR SALE.
Jeweler and Watchmaker.
Mclnerny Block, - Fort Street,
rThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
im:. s. levy
COMPLETE SET OF PORTAGE
Stamps, surchatged " Provisional
Gov't, lf-93," for salo at the Hawaiinn
News Co. 'a Store, for this week only for
E& Special pricos for Stamps singly
or by the sheet, the issuu of which ha-i
been exhausted. 7!)7--Jt
FOR SALE !
SUITABLE FOR PLANTING.
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.
FINE GERMAN STEAMER
DUE HERE SHORTLY
Will ho Despatched for the nbovo Port on
Sept. Q, 1SS3.
For furtlior nurticulnr recurdlng
Parage and Freight, apply to
K. OG-URA & CO.,
make from an artificially pro
duced GUM ulmost as elastic as
INDIA RUBBER, which, when
reduced by certain volatile sol
vents to the consistency of an
oil, can bo mixed with all pig
ments, and used in tho same
manner as linseed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
heat and cold and atmospheric
influences. It lasts longer, gives
a richer gloss, covers better and
makes pigments more brilliant
than tho purest and best linseed
It possesses the remarkable
property of "covering" with
much less pigment than any
other oil. It also mixes in larger
proportions with varnishes and
improves thoir working, lasUng
and wearing properties.
FORT STREET" " 7 5
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
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. Bethol Street.
DELL TELEPHONE ,rV-'5. - gW MUTUAL TELEPHONE Gir.
P12K S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
the Manager of Paauhau Plantation
Co,, Hamakua, Hawaii.
Wm. Lkiih Oi.ivr.it, Ehq., Mununr Ameri
can Luuul Co., San Krimuifoo,
A yuuruK" I z somo of tho oil manu
factured by your Comnany to puliitonu of
our l'liiututlon buildings, ut thu same time
liuintiiiK adjoining hulldiuK with ji.iiuu
mixed with American and KukIUIi Liu
tecil (Jlli. Thv paint uaa mixed and ap
plied by a competent workman.
Thu bulldliiK painted with Lucol Oil re
tains its original appearance, while those
on which Linseed Oil wa used faded bouin
time ko, thu paint becoming chalky. As
thi Plantation in on tho weather ido of
thu Island, and thu climate exceptionally
trying ou Paint, 1 consider thu above to be
in thorough litest iisuny to which your
Oil can possible be subjected, it supurior
it lieing ho apparent. I take pleasure in
leeouiuiulidlui! the Lucol Oil to all users of
Yours von Respectfully,
'A. MUUKK, .Manager.
September 0, lbir.',
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OK
IB. IF. IBIEHII-iIBIES &c OO.
BOS &: S 1 1 FOK.T STK.E3EJT.
Oeixrton. Wash. FaTorios !
A handsome Cotton Knhrlu: New Styles this seu-ou; the eH'ectt are fae-9lniile of Chlnr
bilksj to see tliem means to appreciate them.
-AJR-TT STEEHSTS !
Silk finish just out; real French designs are the llncst and tho craze of thu season.
Oasliixier Sublimes SO Cents Yard I
Ono of thu handsomest Wash Materials this season entirely new and
for the price bust no equal.
"Wliite Lawns and Dimity I
In Plain, Striped and Cheeked in great variety.
Vh" DrosHtuaking Under Ike Management ol MRS. HENNER. J3
At the BeaVBP SalOOn, ! Agents for tlie Hawaiian Islands
H. Ji Nblto, Proprietor,
Vn Job JWnHiii) iff HuHrHn Qffito,
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
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