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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
PROM AND AFTER JUNE 1. 1803.
JLOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS. PROVISIONAL LEGISLATURE.
Orickot practico will bo hold at 5
To Ewa -Mux.
Leave Pearl Oltv.
Arrive Ewa Mill..
l.eavo Ewa Mill..
Leave Poail City.
South Soa sholls nro for salo by J.
P. Colbum & Co.
Two Ohinpso opium smoltors woro
anostcd Inst night.
A whilo girl dosiros a situation as
cook or gonurnl help.
Tho U. S bliips Boston and Adams
had ship's) cli ill litis nioiuii-jj.
Tlio S. S. Austialia's ntiiubr-r on
(ho Mutual Telephone lino is oil).
Anumhorof Japanese nio being
shipped on sailing vu-sels its b.dlois.
Tlio pcddluih' i'ae will come up in
the Uibtnel Court on th 17th nii-t.
A gold ring has Won
ward is olToiod for tho
lost . A ro
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tides, Bun and Moon.
11T c. J. LYONS.
A water-color painting of Cnpo do
Verdo Islands is missing. See L. J.
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New moon on tlio lltli at loh. 17m. n. in.
Time Vliistlo blows lit lh. Smii. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which is tliosnme as 12h. Oni.
0s. of Uieeiiwich tunc.
I'iE DAILY BULLETIN.
THUKSDAY, AUG. 10, 1893. i
Iiorsn feed, best quality and lowest
prices at tho California Feod Co.
Both telephones 121.
Ono solitary Mongolian was fined
1 $50 in tho District Court this morn
ing for smoking opium.
i A special mooting of Mechanic
Engine Co. No. 2 will bo hold to-
morrow (.veiling (Friday).
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Woathor
clear, wind frosh northeast. Schr.
San Pedro off Barber's Point.
a largo number oi people attend
ed tho concert by tho P. (j. band at
Saus Souei josteulay evening.
Tho walls of tho now Sailors'
Homo building aro up, and work is
progressing on tho ornate verandas.
There will bo n meeting of Aloha
Lodge, I. O. P., this evening for im
portant biisinoss requiring tho atton-
.: t -ii
tiuu Ul uu.
Regular General Bosslon of tho Exo
cutivo and Advisory Couucllo.
At 1:35 o'clock this nftornoon, tho
weekly meeting of the Executivo and
Advisory Councils was called to ordor
by President Dole, with whom woro
present Ministers King, Damon and
Smith; Councillors Wilder (Vico
Presidout), Young, Mondonca,
Brown, Bolto, Wntcrhouso, Nott,
Tennoy, Morgan, Suhr, Eua, Hatch
Mr. Bolto from tho Military Com
mittee roported Sec. 87 of tho Mili
lary bill with atnondmonts. Receiv
ed to bo considered with the bill.
Minister Damon read tho weekly
linaucial statement, as follows:
FlNtNClAt. StATP.MF.NT Ton THE WS1.K
Enijinu August 0, lbOJ.
Current account balance Aug.
2, 1S03 ? 88,335 20
Interior Department ? 3,767 GO
Customs Receipts 8,070 00
Fmes.eto 700 Do
Water 225 01
Taxes 14,087 80
Revenue stamps 20120
PostOlllec 1,550 00
Government Ilealizattons 821 18
Sale of Govern tiicnt Bonds .... 23,000 00
Postal BavlngsBank 5,000 00
Brands 449 00
Crown Lands b'JI 88
Thursday, Aug. 10.
Schr San Pedro from Koolau
TuuitsriAY, Aug. 10.
Btmr Jas Makee for Kapaa
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Stiur Pelu for Makavvt.i at 3 p m
Foreign Vessels Expectod.
Both tho Circuit Judges aro hold
ing jury trials. Tonn proceedings
begin at 9 a. m., an hour oarlior
A Chinaman giving tho namo of
Jimmy Loy was arrested at 8:30
o'clock last night for stealing a
crape shirt from a Japanese.
A dead dog was found on tho In-
tor-Island wharf early this morning.
Tho matter was reported to the
Board of Health, who had tho body
Tho dredge is working off tho
I old custom house wharf, pontoons
carrying pipos having boon laid to
about two bundled yards from
$ 148.250 85
EXPENDITURES. """"" """" ""
JuHoUrv $ 007 55
Department Foreign Affairs . 32 00
Interior Dcpirtment, salarlos
and incidentals 123 35
Public Works 1,073 00
Board of Health 3,100 75
Miscellaneous 5,080 05
Bureau of survey 143 00
Finance, salaries 1,103 80
" interest 2,800 00
ment 2,103 30
Genl. E-pcnsos Prov. Govt.. . 3,182 55
Koad taxes to xpccial deDoait.. 5,557 00 !
School taxes ' " . 0,077 00
Expenses placing loan '03 .... 400 00
$ 3-1,731 02 '
Current accouut balance $ 114,515 03
I 148,250 85
Outstanding Bonds ?2,G11,800 00
Due P. 8. Bank 527,903 85
Treasury and P. M. G. notes.. 230,000 00
Net Indebtedness ?3,309,7G385
This amount of $152,492.95 was i
paid from general revenue
in tho treasury to carry on
public improvements un
der Sec. 2 to date and all
' receipts from sale of bonds
under loan of 1893 pass into ,
general cash ns offsets until
this debt is cancelled $ 153,527 93
Less bonds, Act of 1893, sold
todate 120,000 00'
$ 33,527 S3
order. Waialua office was fairly
Ewa wanted its post office- noarof
the railway station. Walanao was
all right. -JTclnouriuli wasueH-sfltip-
Hod, having a daily mail to and .
from Honolulu. I
Tho various roporls presontod by
tho Minister were adopted.
Mr, Hatch presented the report of
tho Judiciary Commit too on tlio bill
relating to peddling. It makes un
lawful, under a pcualtv of not less
than S100 nor more than ,?'2()0, tho
peddling of good- of (ori-taii mauu
fautuio in thuso islands, lloltleis of
licenses to .sell foreign goods nro ex
empted fiom the provisions of tho
bill until tho cxpiiatiou of thcii ex
isting licenses. Placed on tlio older
of the day.
Second loading of tho bill to do
fine tho powers of the Advisoiy
Council, was called. It would trans
fer tho power- of the Qiiim n's Privy
Council of State to the Advisory
Mr. Brown moved tlu bill bo laid
on the table. Although ono of the
committee that recommended the
bill, ho had on further thought con
cluded that it might unduly limit
tho povveis of Council.
Mr. Tunney seconded tho motion.
President Dole was doubtful of
tho advisability of tho bill.
Minister Smith spoko in support
of tho bill.
Tho motion to lay on tho table
Second reading of tho Military
Bill was resumed.
Thoro was a good deal of disous-
sion on somo of tho sections. Tho
50th section was reached whou our
reporter loft at 3 o'clock.
r"T" '.'' :w' jf v
For This Week Only !
Bon of Harry K. Huby, of CulumWi, Pa.,
Suffered From Birth
With n Severo Torm of
J)J . o
" Until my boy w. sh oais of ate he nai
from !'lr"i a ti-trililc nuffrn r Iium scrofu
lous humor. Sores would a.i.i ir on hlin and
spread until ns &nrgc u a Dollar and then
dlicliarRC, followed by others, so tliattlio larger
pirt of Ills body was onn iimi of orc all
tlio lime, e)iH.clally cveie on i,li km and back
BSO jToi't Streot, I-Ionolnlu.
BURNED PEANUI Oil..
of lils cars unit mi lil Ik'.-mI. 1 lie humor Lad a
vory oncnuvo oiior, mu e.mseil
Wo cannot li 11 how that poor boy suffered In
all thoo j ears. Physician did not effect a
euro. At last I decided to (,'ho him Hood's
Sarsapnrllla, as my druggist recommended
It. In about two weeks the Sarsaparllla began
to have effect. Tho sores commenced to heal
np; thofledi began to look moro natural and
healthy. Then the scilei rami) off and all o er
Ids body new and healthy flcih and skin formed.
When he had tiken two bottle ho waicnthvly
free from sores, having only the scars to show
whero they h.id been. Tlieso hwo all dlsai.
ncarcu. Wo aro unable to express our thanks
for the good
has done our llttlo boy." Hauiiv K. Itunv,
1 Box nsc, Columbia Pcnns)lv.inla.
IIOOD'S FILLS euro Constlrillon lj rflop
Ing the porlltaltlc actloucf IhoatlinODtarj canjl
HOBROX. NEWMAN & CO..
Agents for Hawaiian tslmul.
TJ IIS I S YOU K WEEK FOll B A RG AINS
Black Straw Hats 45 Cte.
Crape Shirts 85 Cts.
British Socks, 5 pair for SI 00
Men's Gauze Undershirts, 5 for 1 00
Unlaundried Shirts, good quality 60 Cts.
Silk Scarfs 25 Cts.
Tlie above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
A blazo was scon from the Chinese
Thoatro at 3:30 o'clock this morning
in a little cottage on Aala streot, in
tho roar of tho Bay View Resort?.
The neighbors woro aroused by the
cries of the Chiuo-t actors, and a
number of Chinamen rushed over to
the place and extinguished the fire.
Lam GoWj owner of tho cottage, on
investigation found that the Chiua
men who lived in the house had set
firo to peanut oil in a box for some
purpose. Tho oil blazed up and
camo pretty near catching tho house.
Tho firo was in a lauo between two
houses with Chinese tenants. The
Fire Department was not called out,
but Sonior Foreman J. H. Hunt was
notified and examined tha promises.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
Am bk Martha Davis from
Am bk Annie Johnson, from
Cisco for Huo, July 31
Am bgt Consuelo, from San Fianclsco for
Kahului, Aug 5
Bktne Klikitat, from Puget. Sound, due
Ger bk J O Pllugor, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Am ship Topgallant from Purt Blakely
Am 6chr Olga from Tauoma
Am bk Amelia, from Puget Sound, Aug 30
Am bk Albert, from San Fiancisco, Aug lu
Vessels in Port.
UBS Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
Am bk Klizubeth Graham, Anderson, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am bktne SN Castle, Hubbard, from San
Am bgtne V G Irwin, Williams, from San
Br bk Parthenopo, Heal, frum Newcastle,
Br schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Ger bk G W Wilcox, Walters, from Liver
pool Br bk l.adstock, Williams, from Liverpool
The steamer Pele will leave for Mnka
weli to-morrow with a cargo of coal,
Tho tug Eleu was hauled on the Marine
Hallway this morning to be cleaned.
The British bark Ltdstock has bon
docked at the Pacific Mail wharf to dis
charge the remainder of tier cargo.
Tho Hawaiian bark Uithet was hauled
down to the railway wharf this morning.
She will leave fo. the Coast in ubout u
Jas. Gordon Bennett, of the New York
Herald, is having a new steam yacht built
by the Cramps, of Philadelphia. She will
be 342 feet long, with quadiuplo expansion
engines 10 uiuun a speed oi ja Knots.
The Boston at Sea.
Tho U.-S. cruiser Boston left the
harbor ou Thursday, August 3d, for
Lahaina, for target practice. Bo
twoon hero and the mentioned port
tho cruiser indulged in sharp gun
practico. A target was placed at
several ranges and fine scores woro
made. Tho launches woro lowored
and while they practiced at short
ranges, the white ship poppored a
target placed at 1(500 yards. The
ofiicera were perfectly well satisfied
with tho marksmanship of tho men
at the guns.
Mr. Thomas Rain Walker, British
Vico-Consul, wishes information re
specting tho address of tho follow
ing persons, for some of whom lot
tors are lying at his oilico: William
Guttridgo, of Armloy, Leeds; John
Skoltou, of Glhbsou, Cambridge;
John Ferguson, of Scotland; Albert
Inlott; Aloxniidor McAugus; Wornur
Strommor, of Wasa, Finland; Ralph
L. Morrow, of Minot, Maine; Alfred
Edward Phillips, of Bristol; Frank
Tho Buccess of Mrs. Aunio M
Beam, of McKeosport, Pennsylvania,
in tho treatment of diarrhwa in hor
children will undoubtedly bo of in
terest to many mot hers. Sho says:
"I spont several weeks in Joiistown,
Pa., after tho groat Hood, on account
of my husband being employed
thoro. We had-sovornl children with
us, two of whom took the diairhum
vory badly, I got homo of Cliaiiibm
laiu'H Colic, Cholera and Djnrihom
Remedy from Kov. Mr, Chapman.
It cured both of thoiu. 1 know of
Mivoral other cntHi.-i whom it was
equally miccusiful, I think it can
not be uxuullod and olieoi fully to
comiuoud It." 2.1 and fit) cent bot
tles for side by all dualurh. Uuiihoii,
Smith & Co,, ageiitu for the Uawai
A meeting of the Wainianalo Sugar
Co.'s stockholders will bo held at 2
o'clock to-moirow afternoon at tho
oilico of Bruce and A. J. Cartwright
to consider tho question of agency.
Ah Loy, who bolongs to tho light
fingered gentit, has been arrrstcd
again on suspicion of having com
mitted ii lucent burglary. Two Eng
lish coins woio iouml in his pc-set.-hiou.
There wasa largo crowd present
to witness the hoist inr and Diutiuu
in position of tho new boiler of the
steamer Y. G. Hit 1 near the Fih
maihet tins moiiiiiig. Tho opcia
tion tool. neitl an hour.
Engine Co.Ss'o. 2 had hose prac
tico on Alakoa and Merchant stieets
I his morning, under the direction of
acting Chiel Engineer .Fas. H. Hunt.
Tho engine was connected with tho
sunken hydrant near tho Bulletin
oilico anil a lino of hose run out to
Fort street in as quiok timo as it
tako to tell it.
A young lad named Kaluawahino
paid an early morning visit to tho
Honolulu lion Woiks to-day, and
was caught try tho watchman in tho
act of walking off with two brass
castings. Tho lad was handed over
to the police. Tho lad was given
sixty days imprisonment at hard
labor by Judge Foster this morning.
, An itoni from tho San Francisco
sue, stating that a steam launch was
bought by the Hawaiian Govern
ment, and would bo sent to Hono
lulu bv tho schooner Anna. That
vessel trades with Kahului, however,
and it is learned that tho little
steamer is for Capt. English of that
A fine invoice of new goods is ad
vertised by the Dai Nippon storo on
Hotel street. It comprises: beauti
ful silk dress goods, silk pajamas,
vory fancy kimonos in silk and cot
ton, embroidoicd parasols, card and i
note cases in embossed leather
covers, and other staple and fancy
goods. Tho storo presents an at
tractive typo of an Oriental bazaar.
A passenger on tho S. S. Gaelic
from tho Orient made persistent en
quiries at tho Custom Houso as to
where thieo of his trunks had been
stored. They wore not, however, at
that place, as no trunks woro htored
theio. In looking over the freight
yesterday tho trunk- woro jound
wrapped up separately in China
matting at tlio Pacific Mail wharf,
having been mistaken lor freight.
Tho goiitloumu could not account
for tho way his trunks woio covered
over, but thinks it was tho mistake
of tho agents at Yokohama. Tho
contained personal effects
Amount duo from P. S. B. for
advances from general rev
enue to cover excess of
withdrawals over receipts.
Amount due general Treasury
this date from Loan Act. .
P. B. DANK MEMO.
Booked to Leavo.
line depositors $ 027,903 85
Notices of withdrawals matur
ing August. September,
October nnd November . . 37,017 00
Cash on hand IO.'JiK) !s8
PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT MEMO.
lXponos Provisional Govern-' ' '
menttodato 111,5'SG 2?
This amount covers all expenses Includ
ing military and others not appropiiatul
by the last L-gisluture.
MEMO CASH IN TREASURY.
OmStnuding ccitilicates $ 20,000 00
CuitifuMtes withdrawn from
circulation and deposited
for safe keeping 11.000 00
Cash on hand to redeem certi
ficates $ 20S.O00O0
Itoad Board fund in Treasury. L'0,001 00
School Board fund in Treasury l.,b23 15
Available cash us above 114.515 0.1
Tho following namos are booked
at tho oftico of W. G. Irwin & Co. to
leave on tho S. S. Australia on Wed
Mrs Hobbs and 2 children and
maid, Master Bcckloy, Geo C Beck
ley and wife, Miss Alice West, Mrs
A M Laws, Geo Watorhoiiso, Harry
Dimond, Dr B D Bond and wife,
Miss L Wilder, Mis 11 den Wilder,
H H Roulon, C Wight, lU'v E P
Biker, C Horswill, .1 C .St row, W H
Schmidt, Kula and wife and 2 chil
dren, Aug F Kiiiidseu, W Good
ale, Milton Gnuiitits and wife, S
Ehrlich and ramilv, Mc L W Wall,
G P Wilder and wife, 11 V .Sever
ance and wife, MG Kelloy, J no Hind
and wifo and .son, Mi Wall and wife.
Mis Itrcckcuficld and child, .Itulgo
Win Foster and wUe, W C Wilder,
H A Wilder, C B Ripley.
At the Beayer Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
7 5 iJRr street 7 5
Total cash in Treasury... 427,310 17
Crown Lund Salo.
Iho salo of a 25 years loas of
10,000 acres of Crown Laud, being
the Aliupiiaa of I'uuwauw.ia in
Noilli Kon.i, Hawaii, wa In-ld to
day at m en by J. K. Morgan. Tho
ujsot prii'o wti-i &5-)0, and tlielca-e
wa? kijucked down to K. It Hind,
llaw'i, Kn.i.ila, lor o.-IO por .iiiiiuiii.
I'lii) intNt lower bidder w.i- I' ml
l.urell, W'aniir.i, ! iw.ui, who bid ,i
ln,li in .-.d-MU. I Iik Almpiiai of
l'uliwaawa i I inU Iioiii tint -c.i li
uojiily thu lopnl llualaliii, and in
elfuluH aliinbl llshiug nghln on the
ton beach, btmulos a great dual of
valuable I o rent laud suitable for thu
i growing of cotl'oo aud fruit,
Minister Damon, in presenting his
report, said thoro was a special de
posit against silver certificates of
S70.000 in gold. This meant that
S70.000 gold was withdrawu from
circulation, and really $70,000 silver
put into circulation. To moot this
state of things some way, so that tho
public should receive somo benefit,
he had asked tho Executive Council
to lot the Custom Houso roceivo 25
percent of duties in certificates.
Tlieso certificates wore really backed
by gold in tho treasury. If anybody .
was in that position that ho could
pay .?2(i8,000, ho could go to tho
treasury and receive thnt amount in
gold, with which ho could pay his
duties. He could not see how tho
Government could bo injured by re-1
coiving 25 percent in certificates. It
was hardly fair for tho Government
to insist on gold while gold was be
ing hoarded up in tho treasury to
meet certificates. Ho should thero-
foro authorise the Collector-General '
to receive until further notice 25 ,
percent of duties in certificates.
Minister Damon reported that on
the first of April thoro woro delin
quent taxes amounting to 517,091).
Up till this morning $1290.58 had
been paid iu this district.
Ho also roported from tho Fin
ance Committee, ou tho petition
from the publishers of tho Paradiso
of tho Pacific, recommending that
tho subsidy bo continuod from July
1 to December 31, 1893,
Further, with regard to bills duo
by tho Government, ho had given
orders to-day for the payment of
Tho Ministor of Finance also road
tho loport of Postniastor-Gonoral J. ' Hotel Street,
Mort Oat ou his ollicial tour of the
island oi u.iuu. Kanooho had as
tho solo receptacle of letters a lock
ed box, while letters for delivery
woro laid on a sholf whore tho peo
ple might help themselves. The
postmaster carries the mail from
Kaneoho to Wainianalo, aud it was
complained by residents thnt ho
sometimes stayed at Wainianalo
fiom 21 to 18 hours. Tho P. M. G.
had loft instructions to the ollicial
to Jo.-o no time ou thu trip, aud to
keep stated hours of busiuusn in his
Ileum olllcu, under Mr. F. Bitch
holt, was well kept and tho ac
count in good order.
At Waiii.uiu tint oilico wu.-in tho
I).IIM I, tilt's ll MltO. t'lllllllIU po
iilu wnio b.itUilod with Ihuir mad
i'hti tuioulo of fiio wein iiuxiou J.
to I hi (umueutud with Ktihukii. no a-t
to have bolter borvloo from Houo- ''""y
lulu, Kahuku oilico was in good A.ivti
For a lame back or for a pain iu
tho side or chest, try satuiatiug a
piece of llaunel with Chambei Iain's
Pain Balm and binding it onto the
alTected parts. This ti raiment will
cuio any oidinary case in one or two
days. Pain Balm aNo cun1- rheum
atism. 50 cent bottles tor alo by
all dealors. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
' ? K re. 3 ii in
-J ., ft ?
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery! Cabinet Ming
A GOLD KIXG WITH S'JOXE, ON
Waikiki Itoad near tho 1'iitlis. Re
ward to tho findi r at liui.Li.iiN Olllcu.
SPECIAL MKETINO OF MKOHAXIO
EnginoCo No. 2 will lie held at Hook
t Ladder Hall TO-MOItltOW (Friday)
EVENING nt 7:0 o'clock. Iinporiaut
Per order of Fouiman.
FOR SALE !
We have just received, per our schooner
Liliu, from thu South Sea,
16 Sheik of a Kan Pattern
And ranging from 00 to 100 Ihs. In Weight. ' and weui'lllg properties.
jjuuuiuui vsiiiiiiuuiJts iui a iauiit
make from an artificially pro
duced GUM ulinobt ns elastic as
INDIA RUBBER, which, when
reduced by certain volatile sol
vents to the consistency of an
oil, can be mixed with all pig
ments, and used iu the same
manner as linseed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
heat and cold and atmospheric
1 influences. It lusts longer, given
a richer gloss, covers better and
makes pigments more brilliant
than the purest and best lin.soed
It possesses tho remarkable"
property ol "covering" with
much less pigment than any
other oil. It also mixes in larger
proportions with varnishes and
improves tneir working, lusung
ON HANI) AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
.i v r' ,iy-,y tn.,arrrjALi"iT n. i
r . jl- .( 7& ; i ftv&u. ,j-i fi
I-f ri i-f -i t "J - rifT-- -Ti-T "-ii !
Bedroom Suits, 'SkYk., Etc., Etc,
WiM--l SXi-? 1rfM
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SUCOMMIAM) Oil DA.MAOEI) GOODS K.K1T ON HAND .
ORDWAY &; POirFEU,
KoWassn Bloc'?, Hotel Slrcot. oppo. BstUcl Street.
BELL TELEPHONE cJj. -VJA
tSf- Ml Tl At I I.LEl'HONE Oil.
POH SALE BY
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.,
Oppo. Bethel St.
IS IIOLIIINII A -
C3-E IsT TJ 1 3STE
GREAT BARGAINS I
- IN ALL JUKI'S Oi
From tbe Manager of Faaubau Plantation
Co., ilamakua, Hawaii.
Vi. Lfttb Oi.iv Kit, Ei-y., Milliliter Ameri
can Lucol Co., ban l'rullvic(l.
A eur ago I used some of thu oil manu
factured h) jour Company to paint ono of
our Plantation huildhiK, at thu same time
puiutini; adjoining huildliiKs with p.tints
mixed with American mill ICiikU'Ii Lin
bccd Oils. The juiint vas mixed aud ap
plied by a competent workman.
'Iho uulldiiiK painted with Lucol Oil re
tains Its original iipneurance. whilo tho-c j
on which LiuM't'il Oil was used faded boino '
time ago, thu paint hecominj; I'halky. As
this I'laututiou is on thu weather sldu of
the Island, ami the clIiuatooM'tiption.illy
lr)lii;on Paint, I ciinsiilcr thu almvu to hu
as thorough a test iih imv to which our
Oil e.m piisslhlu he stlhjei'tcd, ItH superior
ity Ih'Ihk ho apparent. 1 take pli'iinuru In
rccoiiiiiiiinillni,' thu Lucol Oil to all usurs of
Yours vur Uoitpcctfiilly.
A. MOOlti;, MuiKircr.
fie)tuiubur 0 JW-'.
AT THE FAMOUS STOltE OF-
IB. IF. E3IXjEIK,S &c CO.
BOS & 511 FORT STR33BT
Oeixrton. Wasli FsLlorios !
A handsome Cotton Fuhrlu: Now Stylos this M-if-oii; thu clkets mu fuc-Miuilcs of Chinr
bilks, to see them mi"im. to npprichiie tlium.
Silk finish just out; luul i'renih designs are the llnesl and thu cuuu of the season.
Cashmere Sublimes SO Cents Yard !
One of the handsomest ah Mali rials this reason entirely new and
lor the price has no equal.
"White Lawns stiicl XDimity 1
In Plain, r-tnpid mid I heckod Iu rjreat variety.
tr Drossumklnij Umler the Maiiauomout of MRS. RENNER. JS3
Haiidsome anil Artistic Goods
M. de SA o SILVA.
IIuH'Idi, fit) wilt a Mirti,
Agents for tlio Hawaiian Islands
I An Jol WiWny th lUilltUn ()JJw. 7!uim
Royal Insurance Company
"The Lirg-esfc in the World."
Assets January 1, 1392, : : 842,432,174.00
(&- 1 i. n-.lt mi .i ' i .1 t,i-iii imv rriipurn tittieii ut r in 'nt UUkt hy
AuiIhk A,;foi for thu UawiiUun lland,