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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FUOM AND AFTER JUNK 1, 1893.
To Kwa Mill.
13. U. A.
A.M. P.M. r.M.
Leave Honolulu 8:45 1:45 4:35
Leave Pearl Oity 0:30 2:30 6:10
Arrive Ewa Mill 0:57 2:67 5:3(1
Leave Etta Mill..
Leave Pearl Oity.
TI DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 16, 1893.
Tuesday, Aug. 15.
B 8 City of Peking from Yokohama
Bktne Klikitat, Cutler, from Port Gamble
Wednesday, Aug. 10.
B B Australia, Houdlctte, for San Francisco
at 12 noon
B B City of Peking for San Francisco at 12
Btmr Hawaii for Maui and Hamakua at
Sunr Waialeale for Woianae, Waialua and
8ehr Mary E Foster for Hanamaulu
Bclir Mahimahi for Waialua
Sclir Knwnilani for Koolau
LOCAL AND QENEBAL MEWS.
Tho S. S. Australia
106 pnssongors in.all. .
Jns. P. Morgan hns a lisl of shares
for salo in nnothor column.
Cargoes from Island Porta.
Mechanic Engine Co. holds a
special mooting this evening.
Diamond Hoad, 8 p. in. Woathor,
hazy; wind, light, northeast.
Tho S. S. Oity of Poking had 105
passengers and 86,010 packages in
transit for tho Coast.
Nobody was hurt by falling off tho
stoamor Wainloalo yostorday, as re
ported in tho morning paper.
Judge Robertson will give his de
cision on tho motion for a discharge
in tho libel suit on Friday morning.
Frank L. Hoogs roturned to tho
Coast on tho S. S. Australia to-day.
Frank said ho was homesick and
needed a change
Tho Postofllco despatched by tho
S. S. Australia to-day 6967 letters
and 1655 papers; by tho S. S. City of
Pekiug 50 letters.
J. Wilson and Olaf Sorenson will
leave on the S. S. Alameda due hero
next week for Stauford University,
to rosunio their studies.
Story of Koolau's Deed,,
Told by Two Lepers Now on
They Say Stolz Was Shot to Save the
Thirdly, on account of Stolz's
boast (on this second visit) tlint ho
would not loavo tho valloyuutil all
the lopors surrendered to him. If
thoy ilod to tho mountains he would
wait until thoy wore thin with
huugor and gavo them.sulvos up. If
this agont of tho Government had
gono about his work carefully ho
would not havo suffered death, and
tho publio money would not havo
Paoa and Nihoa.
Kalaupapa, Molokai, Aug. 8, 1893.
VOIiOANO HOUSE COMPANY.
Per stair Mlkahala CO bat's coffee, 05 bags
sugar and Uupkgs sundries.
awa, 60 pigs, SO head cattle, Gitmgs
From Maul and Hawaii, per strur Mlka
bala, Aug 15 From Volcano: Col V H
Hallett, llev Mr Powers, W E Hoper, Mr
Grant. From wayports: J Hind and wile,
Master Hind, DrBD Bond and wife, W H
Kenton, Miss Anna Rose, J King, W Hoy,
Yuen Chong, H U Hadley, W Pfotenbuuer,
C Thoel, and 33 deck.
From Hongkong and Yokohama, per S
S City of Peking, Aug 15 Miss M A Hoprg,
Miss C G Hogg, 3 Japanese and It" Chinese
in steoragu. In tiatisit: Mr ISrockmunn,
Major Lyle, Lieut Collin, 11 E, Rev and
Mrs W J McKie. Mrs A M Drennan and 3
children, Mrs Duval. Miss Duval, C Yon
der Osten, A Stockmann, Lieut Emsiedcl,
I R N. Edw Wcve.t, Dr Qaubareft', 1 K X,
Lieut ZourofF, I R N,T Sownil.
From San Francisco, per bk R P Ritbet,
-Aug 15 D Congdon.
For Knuai, per stmr Iwalani, Aug 15 P
R Iscnberg, Mrs J Kaae, Miss Emma
Blake, F H Kuhlman, Mr Shiva, ICalino,
Copt Campbell, and 28 deck.
For Maui, nor stmr ClauJIno, Aug 15
Mrs HAP Carter, Miss Carroll, Rev Wm
Rador, O B Wells and daughter, Mrs G L
Desha, G P Wilder, Bro Martin, Bro
Anthony, Mrs B Ohrt, Miss B Cornwell,
Miss K Cornwell, Mrs Von Tempsky, Mrs
J H Wodehouse, Mrs Hutchinson, AH
Roderiquos, C H White, R Strauch, and 35
For San Francisco, ner S S Australia.
Aug 10 Miss Alice West. Rev E P Baker,
Geo C Beckley, wife and son, Dr B D Bond
and wife, Mrs Breckenfeld and child, S
Ehrlich, wife and child, William Foster, M
D Garratt and wife; G C Gates, O Gilbert,
W W Goodale, John Hind, wife and ton, O
Horswill, Mrs, T K James, August F Knud
sen, M G Kelley, Mrs A M Laws. J HNIsh
nitz, wife and a children, H H Renton, W
H Schmidt, J C Strow, H S Tregloan. Mm
L It Wall, Geo Waterhouse, Hurry Water
house, P M White and wife, O Wight, Miss
L Wilder, Miss Helen Wilder, (i P Wilder
and wife, Hon W C Wilder, H A Wilder,
The City of Peking brought 109 10-40
tons of cargo for this port, consigned to
Cbineso and Japanese merchants.
The American barkentine Klikitat. Cnn-
tain Cutler, arrived this morning, twentv
six days from Port Gamble, with 025,000
feet of lumber for Wilder & Co, The cap
tain reports a fine passage, devoid of Acci
dents. The Klikitat docked at the Like
The- S S Australia, Houdlette comman
der, sailed for San Francisco at noon to
day. Tho following is a list of her cargo:
6925 bags sugar. W G Irwin &Co; 4 bxs
betel leaves, 8 bnchs bananas, Lee Sing;
490 bdls green hides, 8 bdls goatskins, i
bdls deerskins, F F Porter; 200 bugs rice,
Sing Chong & Co; 105 bnchs bananas, Sing
Sing; 200 buebs bananas, 0 bxs pineapples,
G Lycurgus; 51 bags coffee, M W McChes
noy & Sons; 650 bags rice, M S Grinbaum&
Co; 445 bags-rice. M Phillips & Co; 17 bxs
pineapples, 3 Kldwell; 319 bnchs bananas,
Jno Shaw; 57 bnchs bananas, Gonsalves &
(,'o. Domestic value, $37,261.
A U. S. bluejackot, invalided from
the U. S. S. Lancaster lying at Yoko
hama, was a through passenger on
the S. S. City of Pekiug.
Frank Andrado returned to Cali
fornia on the S. S. Australia to re
sume a course in civil engineering
at tho Stanford University.
Mrs. J. J. Langa.formorly Mrs.J.W.
Pratt, loft on the S. S. Australia to
day for the Coast. Sho told none of
her friends that sho was going.
Pour Cbineso opium dealers wore
arretted this morning. Two of them
were taken Jrom the Tong Hing
Society building on Borotania street.
Great preparations are being made
for the Japanese drama at the Opera
House. You could build a house
out of the lumber used m stage
Miss Marie von Holt is a guest of
Mrs. Greenwell in Kona, awaiting"
the marriage of Miss Lillio Green
well to Mr. Howell Bryant of Ko
hala on the 24th inst.
The Quintet Club" wore their new
uniform at the farewell reception to
the Misses Wilder at Eskbank on
Monday night. It consisted of a
full whito suit, with red bashes.
A Japanese exchaugo states that
tho actual price for which the' Brit
ish S. S. Zambesi was sold was S62,
00Q. Tho vessel has changed her
Hag and is now known as tho Toyo
maru. Col. W. H. Hallett, Kev. Power
and A. W. Roper returned from the
Volcano on the steamer W. G. Hall
yesterday afternoon. All three gen
tlemen loft on the S. S. City of Pe
king to day.
A Chiucse cook employed in town
would havo been forced on board
tho Peking to-day, as a strunger at
tempting to steal ashore. He was
identified by a neighbor of his em
ployer and thus saved banishment.
Blanchard, Geiss, Mars and Aga
len, four musicians belonging to the
P. G. band, -returned home on the S.
S. Australia. Blanchard, who is a
very respectable young man, intends,
however, makiun: another visit and
will bring his invalid brother with
Ah Loy, the Chinaman who con
fessed to having committed the
burglary over T. B. Murray's store
on King street on last Saturday
week, was sentenced to pay a fine of
$5 and be imprisoned at hard labor
six months by Judge Robertson this
A private lettor from Justice Bick-
ertou at Spreckelsville indicates that
he and Mrs. Bickerton are keenly
enjoying the change of air anil
scene. The weather has been beauti
ful since they arrived. They wore
to pay a short visit to Judge" Copp
MERSEBERG At Honolulu. August 15,
1893, to the wife of Kabul Merseberg, a
OPIUM ON THE SCOW.
Suspected Owner of tho Stuff Taken
Port Survoyor Sauders gave orders
to Customs Ofiicor Luahiwa this
morning to watch Ah Chow, the
Chineso euginoer on H. Haokfeld &
Uo.'s bcow carefully, and also to
search tho scow.
After tho Chinese
bairgaeo had been
transferred to tho Quarantine Sta
tion, Luahiwa sent a message to tho
Port Surveyor for an assistant,
E. Devauchollo was despatched
and tho officers renewed tho search.
Luahiwa finally found two packages
neatly wrapped under some hand
kerchiefs in a corner of tho scow.
On the packages being opened
twenty tins of Hongkong opium
were found. Ah Chow was suspect
ed at once, and ho was placed under
Judge Hardy of the Fifth Judi
cial Circuit Court, having gone
abroad for his health on tho advice
of his physician, Chief Justice J mid
ha3 authorized Judgo Whiting of
the First Circuit Court to preside at
the September term of tho Fifth
Circuit at Nawiliwili, Kauai.
Sebian Norman, a member of Co.
A of the P. G. guards, died at the
Queon's Hospital yesterday morn
iug. His funeral took place in the
afternoon, two companies followiug
tho remains to the Makiki Cemetery.
Three volleys were fired over the
grave. The departed soldier loft a
wife and threo children.
The German steamship Amigo
was recently run into and sunken
in Hongkong harbor by tho British
steamship Bantam. The Amigo will
bo rmnombered hero as the fiist of
tho Mexican line started threo or
four years ago to run between Hong
kong, Honolulu and Mexico, carry
ing Chineso coolie. Two or throe
voyages wore inado whon tho vou
turo was given up.
TWO DEALERS IN THE DBUG.
Mr. H. J. Mayers, of Oakland, Md.,
says: "I have sold thirteen bottles
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to-day mi i am literolly sold out.
This Is tho largost bale on record of
any one preparation in a dnv over
our counters. It gie the best sat
isfaction of any cough medicine wo
handle, and as a seller It leads all
other preparations on this maiket,"
For wilo by all dealers, Benson,
Smith & Co., utfoutb for tho Hawui
Two Steamship Employees Huvo tho
Charge of Smuggling Reduced.
Tho charge of smuggling opium
against Mrs. Susie Nelson, stowaid
ess on the S. S. Australia, was nol.
pros'd in the Circuit Court, mid a
charge of having opium in posses
sion was substituted. .Mrs. NeUon
pleaded guilty in the District Court
and was fined S2f0. The fine was
prompth paid and the stewardess
went in her-capacity on tho steamer,
J. W. Dill, water tender on the S,
S. China, was found gul!t of smug
gling live Una of opium some tune
ago. Tho charge was also nol. nroYl,
and opium in possession Mibhtltutoil.
Dill pleaded guilty this inoiuiug bu
fore the same Court and was lined
S.00. Tho iiuo was immediately
The following clear account of
the first tragedy at Kalalau was sent
by tho two lopors of that placo, now
at tho Molokai Settlement, to Mrs.
H. W. Auld of Honolulu. Whilo
agreeing in some respects with pre
vious accounts, it gives particulars
hitherto unpublished regarding tho
death ol tuo Deputy biionlt:
During tho first week in Juno of
this year Doputy Sheriff Louis Stolz
and Penikila (policeman) wont to
Katalau, where wo wore, and re
quested the lepers to go to Molokai.
Tho lepors aked that their depar
ture bo delayed until tho last week
in July, in order to cive tuem time
to make preparations for their go
ing, and also to allow them to con
sumo the taro they had planted and
which thoy were living on, aud also
that their horses might be sold.
This proposition Stolz assented to.
Judge of tho lepors' surprise whon
Stolz appeared prematurely in tho
third week in June. Accompanied'
by threo policemen Stolz promptly
went to the lepers' homes for tho
purpose of taking them to Oahu.
Information, however, having pro-
ceded Stolz of this move, the lepers
left for the mountains to hide from
him. Stolz and his companions
stayed at Kautrjehiwa's house. On
tho night of the sixth day of Stolz's
second visit, waiting for the lepers
to come back, Stolz wont up alone,
leaving orders with Peter Nowlein
(policeman) to take up the tent and
station it at tne centre ol a gulcn on
a rise, where it would command a
view, and everybody coming up to
tho valley of Kalalau or going down
could be easily discernible. This
position was about a mile from the
place where six lepers had been sta
tioned to watch the taro patches, as
jf. they ,all vfled to tho mountains
tnoy would die ol Hunger.
On tho day Stolz was killed, whilo
tho six lepers wore pounding taro
they saw the tents being pitched on
the knoll. When they finished
poundiug taro, Koolau, Manuia and
Nihoa went down within a short
distance of the lent, whon Koolau
stood on a rook aud pointed his rifle
at the officers erecting the teut. The
latter made themselves scarce and
Koolau ordered Manuia to go and
take the tent to their rendezvous.
Whilo Manuia was gone Koolau and
Nihoa went down to the beach, and
later Manuia, Paoa, aud Kala fol
lowed. Peter Nowlein (policeman)
"met Koolau and his companion and
imparted to them tho information
that Stolz had gone into tho valley
that night. The party then thought
thoy would wait until Stolz's return
.on.. tho beach. They searched for
Stolz's arms and found them in a
crevico on the beach (whore Iwa had
just hid them) one revolver, two
boxos cartridges, and two boxes of
rifle ammunition. Koolau tried five
shots in his own rifle, and on hearing
the reports tho officers and non
lepers suspected that thoy had found
the arms. The policemen and non
lepers hid on the beach whon Koo
lau's party returned above.
Koolau met some, however, and
asked them where Stolz had hid his
rifles. They replied thoy did not
know. Koolau searched aud fouud
the rifles among tho bushes. They
then hid themselves a distance from
the beach and waited for Stolz's re
turn, Paoa being the ouly ono despatched-up
the valley to guard the
weak lepers. Wheu Paoa returned
to the house of .Kapaheo and his
wife, about three quarter mile from
where Stolz's tent had been erected,
Kapaheo asked Paoa to dine with
mm. Wliile tnoy were eating btolz
entered and arrested Paoa, takinir
his rifle away from him. Kapaheo
proposed that he go to the beach
and fetch help for Trim (Stolz), but
this the latter would not agree to.
Kapaheo also told him that his arms
had been captured by the lepers. It
was about dusk at the time. Stolz
marched Paoa down on foot, while
Kapaheo rode down to tho beach on
Nearing the beach Stolz saw a man
standing by a house and asked Paoa
who ho was. Paoa repliod that it
was Kala. Kala hearing them sang
out, "Who is that?" Paoa answered
that it was Stolz and himself. Kala
then ran, accompanied by Iwa, who
Happened to be with lain, fetolz
snug out to Kala to stop, but tho
latter continued to run. Stolz thou
piibhod Paoa down on a slab of stone
and raised his rifle to his shoulder.
Just as his rifle was in lino, Koolau's
title cracked aud the bullet en to rod
Stolz's stomach. Koolau was in a
dent behind Kala. Koolau sang out
to Paoa asking if Stolz was dead,
and was answered that ho was not.
A hocoud shot was then heard. After
tho first shot, Stolz said to Paoa,
"Paoa. give my aloha to my mother!"
If Stolz had not been hit by Koolau,
Kala would havo been shot.
Saved My Wife's Life
Annual Mooting of tho Stockholders
at Sir. Castlo's Ofllco.
Thoro was n special meeting of tho
Volcano House Company hold at
tho ofllco of Mr. W. R. Castlo at 2
o'clook this afternoon. Imiincdiatoly
af tor opening tho mooting resolved
to hold tho annual meeting forth
with, and aftor formal adjournment
of tho special session tho company
reconstituted itself for the annual
Tuoro wore present tne loiiowiug
named shareholders: Wm. R. Castlo,
Prcsidout; T. W. Hobrou, Secretary
nro tem.s E. C. Macfarlano, Treas
urer; F. A. Schaefor, Cecil Brown, P.
C. Jones, C. Bosso, W. G. Irwin, T.
Rain Walker, John Eua, Oscar
Whito, S. B. Rose, J. A. Magoon, F.
J. Lowrey, J. G. Spencer, A. V. Car
tor, Bruco Cartwright, O. M. White
aud Peter Whitmarsh these repre
senting 1400 out of 1800 shares of
The Treasurer road tho annual re
port. Among other things it show
ed a net loss for tho six months end
ed Dec. 31, 1892, of S250.29, and for
tho first six mouths of 1893, of S79.C0.
The falling off in business had main
ly been in trausiont travel. Among
causes of deorease in travel to the
islands were the cholera scare of last
year, tho political troubles of this
yoar, and the stream to the World's
Fair. If the stock was all takon up,
it would pay all debts of the com-
Eany. Owing to errors mado before
e took tho books, there was a dis
crepancy between the paid-up capi
tal as per his ledger and the certifi
cate book, the difference being $450
more than is represented by the
shares issued. Five certain accounts
were cited to show that the invested
.capital falls short of the property
which it represents by 563y4.4rj. xuo
profit and loss account from the
commencement 17 months ago to
June 30, 1893, showed a net profit to
date of $702.11. Tho not indebted
ness is $6611.3-1.
Tho Treasurer regrets that ho had
not sufficient data to form a basis
for accurately ascertaining how
many guests are necessary to pay
tho actual expenses. To make such
a computation exact it would bo
necessary to know tho actual num
ber of meals and night's lodgings.
It does not seem practicable to cut
down the present running oxponses
of the Volcano House.
The report spoko of the graud ad
vertisement the Cycluramn at Chi
cago would givo tho islands. It an
ticipated that a great deal could bo
done in attracting tourists here, on
the occasion of the Midwinter Fair
in San Francisco.
On motion of Mr. Jones a vote of
thanks was unanimously passed to
the Treasurer for bis very full re
port. Mr. John Ena, Auditor, explained
that he had not had time to audit
all tho accounts of tho year.
Mr. Schaefer moved, seconded by
Mr. C. Brown, that the report be re
ceived Bubject to the certificate of
the auditor. Carried.
Mr. Irwin obtained an explanation
from tho Treasurer regarding the
system of checking accounts at the
Tho list of stockholders was read
over, to see if any present could ex
plain the discrepancy mentioned in
the treasurer's report.
The election of officers then took
place. On a unanimous ballot it re
sulted as follows:
President W. R. Castlo.
Vice-President John Ena.
Treasurer E. C. Macfarlane.
Secretary T. W. Hobron.
Auditor P. C. Jones.
Mr. Jones made remarks on tho
desirability of having a good man to
push the busiuess at Honolulu.
Mr. Macfarlane joined in tho dis
cussion. Mr. Schaofer thought the matter
of promoting the busiuess might be
lolt to tne Directors.
Mr. Brown moved, .iceonded by
Mr. Schaefer, that tho Directors try
to have shareholders increase their
Tho meeting then adjourned.
Jbnn IF. Jones
" Of my own free tt 111 ami accord, unbiased by
tnyono, and wishing only to do good to tho
.'.filleted, I wish to tell of the good qualltlci of
Hood's Sarsaparltla and Hood's rills, I think
tlicro nro no medlclnei cn.ual to tlirm, and Imo
rrocrt their meilt hv exnerienco la my own
family. My wife, liachel, lias been afillctcd
lllMenlnoM, nenoimiMs. and salt rheum. I
spent nearly nil t'i.-ft I had of this world's goods
for doctir'n bills and medicine until wo decided
to try Hood's bimnarllla. It undoubtedly
Saved My Wire From tho Cravo.
The salt rheum lms entirely healed and aha Is
rcilorcd to cooit.hcnllb. I havo many
friends nnd rel-iilvcs In Uio cost nho will be
Clad to know that
Has cured my
Join.- Vi. JoNits,
HOOD'S PlLLO r Ui belt atttr dinner r:u,
Mtlit dicaition. cur heaiUche. Try a box. 330.
HOBRON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
A SITMAI. MEETING OF MECHANIC
Engine Co. No. 'J will be held THIS
(Wednesday) BVENING, at 7:30 o'clock,
at the Hall of Hook & Ladder Co. Busi
nets of importance.
PEll ORDER OF COMMITTEE.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
SSO Fort Streot, Honolulu.
BIG CUT IX PRICES !
Four Special Bargains!
White Turkish Bath Towels, 19x41 inches for
2.15 per Dozen
White Turkish Bnth Towels, extra size; 23x51 in-
qhes for $2.90 per Dozen
Linen Damask Towels, fancy borders ; size 20x41
inches for 3.00 per Dozen
White Damask Towels Pure Linen oxtra large
size, 21x45 inches for S3. 25 per Dozen
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable.
rThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
PROBABLY FATAL ACCIDENT.
A Native Crushed Under a Hoavily
On Moudny aftornoon a native met
with a very serious necidont at Loloo,
near Mr. Walter Hill's residence. Ho
was standing up driving one of Ala-
mii'a sluttiit in ( u full ft di tttta tlLwM
the cart jolted and throw tho drivor I
hetween the mule and cart. Tho
heavy vehicle passed clean over him,
The man was picked up insensible
with blood Mowing from a number
of wounds, and .carried into a house,
whore by moans of tho lomilomi
process ho was restored to conscious
ness. A doctor was summoned. To
day tho injured man was lying in a
critical state. It is not holiovcdthal
ho will recover, as several bones are
SHARES OF STOCK
For Sale 1
Shares of Inter-Island Steam NaT. Co.
Shares of Hawaiian Sugar Co.
Shares of People's Ice & Ref'r'g Co.
J AS. F. MORGAN.
make from an artificially pro
duced GUM almost as 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 in the suuie
manner as linseed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
lient and cold and atmospheric
influences. It lasts longer, gives
a richor gloss, covers better and
makes pigments more brilliant
than the purest and best linseed
It possesses tho remarkable
property of "covering" with
much loss pigment than any
other oil. It also mixes in larger
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lasting
and wearing properties.
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
lsLm S. LEVY
Robinson Blook, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OP
mF& '- sa
iirLUj., Ml),, UUJ.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDVVAY & PORTER,
Robinson Blook, Hotel Struct, oppo. Bethel Street
BEKL TELEPHONE fX. - tm MUTUAL TELEPHONE Hi.
1IIMSONS OF IIU: UilEAUnJL hllOOTI.NU,
Firstly, bocausu Stolz docoived
tho lepers by tolling tlioin ho would
coino for Ilium in tho lust uvolc in
Souonillv, hoi'uuho it wa report od
that Kuuiiiohhwi put Stoli up to
titliiuK thu loporn, a I no saying un
truthfully to hiui that thoy woro
lobliing tho nou-loport of tiioir taro,
As ti mat tor of faut Kuuiuohiwa
wuutod Koolau transported in order
that ho miuht socmo l'liluul (Mm.
Kooluu) for himself.
Owing to tho pross of busino.v
aud tho amount of stock to ho hunt
on hand, Mr. CJhas. uirdlor luis ro
movod his plui'o of hiibinoss to tho
oillcH latoly occupied by -Mr. A.
.laogor, This is anothor of tho many
uvidoucim rosultiug from advertising
in u popular papor, viz,, tho Duuxris.
Hawaiian Soap, tho ouly puro
laundry soap in tho marhot, can ho
had by tho eiisu or at retail, at any
of tho groi'ors iu Honolulu, as mill
as at tho Company's agonts, Fami
lies can now order Hawaiian soap
from their grocers with other goods,
i'rico ju.OO per hundred. M. V.
McOhosuoy & Sous, Afouts Hono
lulu Soap Worlti Co
tbe Hauager of Paauhau Plantation
Co., Hamakua, Hawaii.
Wm, Lkith Oinnii, Ksy., Mnimger Ameri
can Luuol Co., ban I'rniH'Uuii.
A M'ur ugo I upil boinii of tli oil inaiiu
(uuttircil Ijj imr ('oninu to jmlnt onu nf
our I'lnntiitloi) bulldiiiKH, ut tliu siiuit; tlmu
imlnliiiK ixljoiiilUK luilMlliua witli pulnth
mixed witli Amoricun ami KiikIMi Lln
Micd Oils. Tlic paint was iiiUimJ uud ftp
nlii'il hv a uniiini tunt worUmuu.
The buililliiK imlutcd ttlth Lucol Oil re
tains Its orlRliuil npiiCHrimce, while those
uii which Linseed Oil was used faded some
tlmu ago, the paint liccominK chalky. Aa
this I'liintiitlon ihou thu went her side, of
thu Inland, and the climate cxooptlonully
trvlng on Pulnt, 1 consider thu ubovu to hu
us thorough a test hh any to which our
Oil can posslhlo bu biiujoctcu, its suporioi
ity UeliiK rf ujiparcnl. I tako plcusuro In
recoinliwndlng Him Lucol Oil to all tuers of
Yours verv Jlunpcctfully,
A. MUOlti;, Manager
buplomhrr 5, 1 b!2.
AT THE FAMOUS St'OKE OF
IB- IF EHXjSK,S Se GO.
BOD & 511 F'OK.T TREJT.
Canton "Wa,sli Feilorios !
A handsome Cotton Fabric; Now Stylrs thla season; tho effects are fac-tdruIU'4 r .China
bilks; to nvvi thorn m'aiis to appreciate them.
Bilk finlili Jiut out; teal French designs are thu finest and the cinio of the icftion.
Oashmere Svilolinaes SO Cents "STard. I
Oe of tho handsomest Wash Materials this bcnson entirely now aud
for the price has no equal,
"WTLaite Lawiis a.n.ci IDinaity I
In Plain, btried and CliccU-d In n rc.u variety.
tW Dressmaking Under tbe Mauagomont ol URS. RENNER. J3
YM. 6. IRWIN 4 CO., I
Royal Insurance Company
" The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
UT" Flru risks on all kind ol Insurance Property taken at Current KUks by
7&e-stn Agent for the UawolUn iil&ndi,