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KltOM AND AFTER JUNK I. 1MB.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
B. Kalatia, for nssnulting'hls wife,
was tho only arrest to-day.
Diamond Hoad, a p. tn. Weather,
hazy; wind, light northeast,.
1 Tho Makawoli mill will stop grind
ing about tho first wools in Soptem
bor. A desirable rosidoneo on Borotania
street is to lot. Soo J. F. Morgan's
To Kwa Mtl.u
Leave 1'euil (Jlty .
Leave Kwa Mill..,
Leave 1'onrl Olty.,
A. Saturdays only.
( Hundays excepted.
1). Saturdays exucptcd.
THE LIBEL SUIT.
of the Article on the
Tides, Sun and Moon.
BY C. J. I.YONH.
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Time whittle blows nt 111. '28m. 34d. 11.111. ol
Honolulu time, which Is the smile us l'Jli. U111.
Us. of Ui'couwk'h time.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, AUG. 18, 1893.
Tiiukrhay, Aug. 17.
St in r Pele from Muktuveli
f'lllllAY, Aug. is.
Am aclirilaleyon from Eureka, t'ul
St in r Kaiilu from Wiiianao
Khuhv. Aug. 18.
St 111 r Mlkahalu for Maui and Hawaii at 10
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am lk S N Castle, Hubbard, for San Francisco
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per mnr Kaala 154 bags paddy, 43 green
hidci, and i libla molasses.
Per stmr l'clc 10S3 bags sugar.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Mika
liala, Aug IS Miss K. V Cooper, Moses
Mahulona, Kong Lung, Q L Desha, V (.'
King, U GiMllan and wife, Mons Vinza
vona, H Laws, Mrs Tosh and child, and 4U
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am bk Martha Davis from llo-don, due
Am bgt- Consuulo, from San Francisco for
Kahului, Aug 0
llktiie Klikitat, from Puget Sound, due
(Jer bk J U Pllugur, from Dreuicn, due Oct
tier bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Am'ship Topgallant fioin Port Blakely
Am bk Amelia, from Paget Sound, Aug 30
Vessels in Port,
UBS ltoston. Day, from a crui.-o
U S S Adams. Nelson, from a cruise
Am bk Elizabeth Graham, Anderson, from
Newcastle, N S V
Am bktue S N Castle, Hubbard, from Sun
Am bgtne V i Irwin, Williams, from San
Am bk Albert, Grilllths, from San Fran
cisco Am bk Alex McNeil, Sorman, from San
Hr bk Paithenope, Heal, from Newcastle,
Jlr schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Ger bk G W Wilcox, Walters, from Liver
pool Ur bk Ladstock, Williams, from Liverpool
lir bk Velocity from Hongkong
Am bk S C Allen from San Fiancisco
The steamer Klnuu will be due to-morrow'
morning from Maui uud Hawaii.
The bark S. O. Allen was hauled on the
Marine Hallway this afternoon to be clean
ed. The Albert goes on next week.
The steamer Pele brought .50 bags of the
schooner Liholiho's cargo of sugar damag
ed by water. The remainder of the Pole's
sugar is being transferred to the barkeutine
a. . uasuc. nie lustle, owing to Hie ne-
Mr. Hut citings, who broke his leg
at cricket July -1, is going about
town without ovon a cane. Ho has
a slight limp as yet.
Thoro is a movoniout on foot to
form a football olub independent of
the Pacific. Tho now team expects
to challougo tho Pacifies in a short
Tho fiftcou-contstircharged stamps
have run out. A number of stamp
fiends called at tho Post Office at
noon to-day, and wore sadly disap
pointed. Martin Hartman, a dosortor from
tho special police gang, is employed
as wharfinger at Makaweli planta
tion, in place of Captain Nicholson,
At Lovej's salesrooms to-morrow
at 10 o'clock will bo sold a lot of
household effects distrained for rent,
besides a quantity of geueral mer
chandise. Postmaster Gonoral Oat aunouneos
that tho now surcharged envelopes
and post cards of tho Provisional
Government will lie on sale on or
about the 25th ins.t.
Tho Concordia band has removed
from the Catholic Mission yard to
quarters near tho Armory, and J. S.
Libornio has taken the place of Fa
ther Valentino as instructor.
J. Barry, tho U. S. S. Boston sprin
ter, has boon deprived of his liberty,
consequently the ratification of the
ton-mile race between Barn and a
local runner has been postponed.
Musicians will not fail to remem
ber tho sale of a rare old violin ajid
a quantity of instrumental and vocal
music, belonging to J. W. Yamdley,
by L. J. Levey at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
A dividend of 2J percent lias been
declared ou the capital stock of the
Hawaiian Sugar Co. ami will lie pay
ble at the olfiee of Win, G. Irwin &
Co., agents, ou and after September
The blitdit ou tho breadfruit tree
attacks the fruit while letting tho
loaves alone. Its action causes the
fruit to fall prematurely. Mr. Mars
don has a name for it as long and
rugged as the Pali road.
Doputj- Marshal Brown expects
Marshal Hitchcock back from Ha
waii on tho steamer Kinau to-morrow
morning. There are some peo
ple who think the Marshal will not
turn up, as the Hilo climate is more
congouial to his 'health.
Residents of tho squares bounded
by Emma, Borotania, Victoria and
Kinau streets have missed tho elec
tric lights for several nights past.
Why thoy should bo left in darkness
while tho rest of the town enjoys
light is a puzzle to thorn.
Mr. C. H. Fox, superintendent of
tho Pearl City water works, is in
town on a vacation. Ho has man
aged so well that tho people down
there havo more water than they can
use, hence he cau take a much-needed
rest after months of unremitting
M. Goldberg is sole agent for Dr.
Jaeger's celebrated sanitary under
wear, the best kind of underclothing
for a tropical climate. Don't bo con
tent with inferior imitations which
are being palmed off on tho Hono
lulu public, but buy only of tho sole
agent, Al. Uoluborg.
Tho Planet and Healani baseball
clubs will meet at tho Loaguo Base
ball ground at 3:30 o'clock to-morrow
afternoon. Both teams havo
boon in practice throe weeks. An
admission fee of twenty-five cents
for adults will bo charged.
LESS BAD THAN SEEMING.
Gallons Drunk But
Mouths in London.
It is reported that several changes
will bo made iu tho Custom House
guards as the result of a special's r'o- '
port to the Port Surveyor. The 1
special, who has got to do sqiiio-
thiug for his pay, reported that tho
guards passed a wagon out tho
Oceanic dock gate which had opium
on it. i
When the stoamor Polo loft Maka
woli on Wednesday tho schooner
Liholiho was lying on her beam ends.
Native divers reported that six foot
ol ner keol had been torn olL It is
Tho motion to discharge in tho
libel suit against Arthur Johnstone,
oditor of the Advortisor, was ovor
rulodt by Judgo t Robertson in the
District Court this morning, John
stone wns thou placed on tho witness
stand. Ho doposod that ho had no
control or authority ovor tho publi
cation of tho Advortisor, but had
power to provont any correspondence
from publication. Witness insisted
ou Antono Cloy's signing tho article
boforo ho would publish it, bocauso
he thought it might bo untruo. Tho
otlicors of tho Gazotto Co. control
tho papor, but didu'tknow who con
trolled tho publication of articles.
Told Captain Ferguson, tho com
plainant, that Cloys was a reliable
Antono Cloys, tho writer of tho
alleged libollous article, took tho
stand. Ho stated Guatemala was a
swampy country, having soon swamps
about thirty or forty miles inland.
Tho dollars woro called poco tempo
dollars, and woro valued at fifty-live
cents, when ho was thoro. With ro
gard to lunas ou tho Guatemala
plantations, he had soon them carry
ing pistols. One or two laborers had
told him that the hums would use
tho pistols if thoy had sufficient
provocation. Saw none of thorn shot
however. Witness did not see any
contract laborors iu Guatemala, but
was told so. Saw no Japanese but
on one plantation saw four China
men. Could not tell the name of
tho plantation. Ho stayod iu Guate
mala from 1887 to 1890. Been there
since but only for a short time, hav
ing lauded from the steamer Colima
from San Diego. Cloys was at Guate
mala when tho stoamor Montserrat
arrived with a load of South Sea
Islanders, aud witnessed tho landing
of half of the living cargo. Had
hoard some of tho mon say that thoy
would mako it hot for the boss,
probably meaning Captain Fergu
son. Ho did not seo the South Sea
Islanders work, or know to what
plantations they had been consigned.
Tho houses wero long buildings,
covered with corrugated iron, and
tho food consisted of corn. Hour and
jerked beef dried iu the sun. The
rations wero not given. out by plan
tation managers, but laborers had to
supply their own food. Tho climate
there was a great deal warmer than
The witness being questioned as
to whore he was at certain dates got
muddled up, and had to make a cor
rection. Iu 0110 instance he stated
ho was in San Francisco When pre
viously he said ho was at Guatemala
at the time.
Cloys continuing stated he was at
present engaged as doorkeeper at
the Chinese Theatre. He was ar
rested at the Kahului raco track on
last Fourth of July for running a
roulette table. Had not made any
application to the authorities here to
be allowed the privilege of run
ning a roulette table at the Park on
A. Jt Anderson, sworn, stated that
he was in Guatemala first in 1879
aud stayed thoro throe months.
Next went thore in 1887, and tho
last time in March last. He had
traveled mule back about thirty
leagues inland, and all tho way it
was water and swamps. Heard peo
ple complain of fever there, but did
not havo it hiinsolf. He described
tho way people slept thoro. It was
on a mat ou tho floor. Tho roofing
was of corrugated iron on some
houses, and 'others wore thatched
and adobe houses. On one planta
tion ho had seen one hundred aud
fifty men sleeping in one house.
The Court adjourned until 1:80
Tho Court assembled shortly after
1:30 o'clock this afternoon, and
J heard tho conclusion of Anderson's
j evidence, which was in effect that it
was customary with lunas in Gua
tomala to carry not only pistols, but
knives. Witness stated that he saw
some of tho laborers shot in the
l logs, when they started in to make.
1 a disturbance. It was a universal
custom in that country to carry pis
Owing to tho absence of several
witnesses for the defense the case
Thoro is, at first, something very
appalling in tho record of tho drink
consumed in largo cities. For in
stance, tho statement was lately put
forward at tho 'Loudon Mansion
House that tho city of London
drank every year 4r,000,(X)0 gallons
of malt liquor, 8,000,000 gallons of
wino and 4,500,000 gallons of spirits.
Tho anuouncomont startled tho pub
lic until an optimistic mathemati
cian brought a little arithmetic to
boar ou the figuros and forthwith
nlterod their significance.
Ho found that Loudon has a
population of closo upon (1,000,000.
About 2,000,000 of these are chil
dren, who, for tho purpose of argu
ment, may bo classed as taking no
alcohol at all. Also, for tho pur
poso of argument, it may bo assum
ed that of tho remaining '1,000,000
2.000,000 aro total abstainers, leaving
the uriukors of tho citv numbered
at 2,000,000. This would give an
annual consumption per head of
22 gallons of malt liquor, i gallons
of wino and 2i gallons of spirits.
Twonty-two and ono-half gallons a
year is almost exactly half a pint a
day; 4 gallons a year would be a
very small wineglass daily; 24 gal
lons a year would bnroly sutlice to
fill tho smallest liquor glass 305
times., So that tho inquiring statis
tician reached tho conclusion that
the terrible drink bill of London re
solved itself into the fact that tho
average Londoner takes ono glass of
boor with his dinner and a very
small glass of wine after it, and that
before he goes to bod ho takes the
merest toothful of whisky or some
other spirit as a nightcap. Chtrwjo
Even When Called Incurable
Torrlblo Solgo-Sclntlc Rhoumatlsm
Mr. Arthur Simon
Of Gnlntea, Ohio.
"Thejr said I was incurable, Uie doctors
did, but the result lias proven that Hood's Sar
sanarllla Was nblc to cure. I hail Sclatio
ltlieiim.ititin nnil w.ii connned to my bed six
monthi. Threo phyiiclans did not help mu aud
I Was Clvon Up to Olo
When I wai In this tcrrlblo condition, ublo
10 nore hnnrt or fool, I begun to tako Hood's
Rarunnnrtlln Thh flraf IkntMa hil o llltlj. nP-
feet, and while taking tho second. 1 gained so
rapidly that 1 could sit up In iny chair. My syi-
1 tent Jiad been no run down by other medicine,
! that It took me quite a wldlo to recuperate, lly
. tho time 1 had taken four bottles of Hood's 8nr-
saparllln. 1 could rnlu nvouud, anil now, as I
have taken six bottles, I nm cured and can
do a good day's work. I do not feci I can praise
enough." AnTncn Simox, Galatea, Ohio.
For This Week Only !
SSO irort Street, EConolvilxx.
BIG CUT IN PRICES!
Four Special Bargains!
Whito Turkish Bath Towels, lOx-ll inches
Linen Damask Towels,
Hath Towels, extra size; 2!x51 in-
White Damask Towels Pure Linen-
Conviction for Liquor Selling Fleas
Lam Kow was found guilty of
liquor selling without a license by a
foreign jury yesterday.
Ah Lung aud Ah Koong woro ar
raigned to-day for .violation of the
gaming law. The first-named plead
ed guilty aud a nollo prosequi was
entered in favor of his chum. Da
vidson for defendants.
Ah Kwai, who appealed from the
District Court, now pleaded guilty
ol unlawful possession ol opium.
Davidson for defendant.
Ah Sing withdrew his appeal aud
Caid his line imposed in the court
elow -for opium in possession.
Creightou for defendant.
Ah Tai, Ah Hui and Chow Yeo
appealed from tho District Court
against conviction for assault and
battery. Ah Tai now ploading
guilty, the others aro boing tried by
a foreign jury. W. K. Castle for do
fendauts. Judgo Cooper is hearing tho di
vorce case of Lazarus vs. Lazarus in
tho second courtroom without a
jury. C. W. Ashford for the hus
band;' Kosa for the wife.
THEY DISPLAY THEIR ARMS.
Ostantation of Some "Pinkertons"
Coming Off Duty.
Complaints have been made about
tho special police going about tho
stroots in the morning with pistols
hanging by their sides and bullseye
lanterns iu thoir hands. Particular
mention is made of the notorious
special, Gibbs, who was discharged
from the Tramways Co.'s service for
knocking down fares. He has boon
seen several mornings at 7 o'clock,
walking down Nuuanu street with a
bullsoye lautorn iu his hand and a
pistol in a belt hanging from his
side in full view. Gibbs had been
on guard as usual at tho residence of
Attorney-General W.O. Smith, where
he has neon lor several weeks.
Detective Wagner, who denies
having any connection with tho
police, was also seen strolling down
Emma stroot several times with simi
lar equipments. Ho had probably
been watching President Dole's resi
dence at tho head of Emma street.
It is a notorious fact that botli those
gentlemen's houses are watched by
HOOD'S PlLLB '" 'ho beat after-dluntr
FlilJ. Milit dlgoatlou. cur headache.' Trabox.
HOllKON', NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Island.
If you want a Good Pair of
-: OL O "V E S:-
For Driving or Walking 1 cim sell 'em to
you. Or if you want to seu some
3ST"w -:- IsredcweELr
In the Latest Design aud Shapes; call
uround and feast your eyes. I
have also got u New titouk uf
COLLARS : and : CUFFS
And above all do not forget that I am
Making v Shirts vTo v Order
In all Styles and that I am Sole Agent
DR. G. JAEGER'S SANITARY UNDERWEAR
W Your phvsiuian recommends it for
L U CO Li
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable.
irThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
Ribbons. Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
MEET OF FLEET FEET.
Races on the Baseball League Ground
Tho long talked-of foot race be
tweou local sprinters for a purse
took place at the League Baseball
grouud at 5:30 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon. Tho sprint was for a hun
dred yards, the entries boing Johnny
Wright (midnight spriutor), Chas.
Urnuo (oloctricity;, Louis binger
75 FORT STREET75
lay of the l'ele'tt arrival
til to-morrow noon.
will not leave uu-
. . .... t W.MWW IW.UWb. .V.VT 1, MIS. I
not known yet whether tho schooner , douuh-slinKor). James Spencer (sin
will bo broken up or not, as Captain Klo-footer), aud P. Silva (inkslinger).
Kl'LUWAlMAKA At the Kuptolani Ma
ternity Home, August Ibtli, to Mm,
Lilla Kuluwuiiuuka, u daughter.
Concert for the Bluejackets.
Thoro was a good attendance of
old and young at tho entertainment
given by the V. M. C. A. to the sail
ors of the U. S. warships Boston aud
Adams last night. Encores wero tho
order of tho evening and woro not
undeserved. Prof. Tunoy's club
swinging was greeted with almost
continuous peals of applause, Tho
lluto ana violin solos of -Mr, Barsotti
aud Mr. Posen. rosnectivelv.
very fine. Miss Carrie Castlo opou
od tho coucert with au exquisite
piano solo, and Mr. Wakefield had
to appear twice in song. Tho sing
ing of Miss C, Glade, accompanied
by her sister ou tho piano, was most
charming and warmly oucoiod. Col
ored sailors made auv amount of
merriment with couifo and senti
mental songs, Socrotary Corbott
gavo a warm welcome to the sailors
as thoy arrived, and whuu rofiush
mollis woro announced ho set guards
at tho door to provont any body
from lonviug boforo being borvod,
leu crcuin, cako uud convoisutlou
cuui'ludwd tho plunauul ovont,
Cnmpbell had not arrived wliou tho
Polo loft. I
For tho nonce the name of the i
Hawaiian Opera House has beeii I
changed to JapauoHO Theatre, as a !
sign ovor a temporary Japanese por
tico at tho entrance signifies. Tho
first performance will begin at 7:30
o'clock this evening, instead of tho
usuul hour for that place. A first-1
class troupe of Japanese actors is to
perform. The stage business is im
mense. There should bo a crowded
house to witness tho novelty. Seats
at popular prices for sale at tho
HOUSE NOW occu
pied by ('has. Herriek,
Ksii., situated at 80 Bere
tanlu street: tiowefulon to
he given .Sept. 1st. Housu uoiitaius Pailor,
Dlulngruom, 3 liourooms, Kitchen, ran-
try and Hath. Apply t
h07-lw J. K. MOItfiAN.
AT A MEETING OK THE DIUKOTOKS
of the Hawaiian Bimiau Co. held Aug.
lBth, u Dividend of ii Ten-cut was de
clared on the Capital Htoek of the Com
pany, payable at tht Olllee of the Agents,
Win. (1. Irwin iV Co., (L'd.), ou and uftur
Sept. 1, ls!U. .
WM. a. 1KWIN,
Treasurer 11. H. Co.
Honolulu, Aug. IS, ls:i:i. hU7 lit
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN EXTENSIVE AHSOKT.MENT OK
Royal Hawaiian Opera House,
.Mr. Thomas Uatto, eilitor of (ho
Graphic, Toxarknun, Arkansas, has
found what he believes to bo tho
best remedy in existence for the llux.
woro j His experience is well worth roiunin-
bormg. lie says: "Last siiininor i
had a very severe attack of llux. 1
tried almost every known louiedy,
none giving relief. Chamborlaiii'h
Colic, Cholera aud Diarrho'a Konio
dy was recommended to mo. I pur
chased ii hot tin and rocoivud aliuot
immediate icliof. 1 ronjinuod to
tiso the medicine aud was eutintly
curi'd. 1 tako pleasiuo in recoin
mending thin remedy to any piunou
sull'oring with such a dihOiiM, as in
my opinion it is the best medicine
in existence." 'lh and M) cent bott'los
for sale by all dunloi. lioiisou,
Smith ii Co., agents for tlm Hawai
The raco was run and won in tho
order named, the "midnight sprinter"
coming in first. Time, 11 seconds.
A second raco was arranged bo-
tweou Honry Giles, tho bicyclist,
Frank Vida and Louis Marshall for I
tho same distance. A good start !
was made and Giles came iu winner. I
A "scrub" raco between thoso who
ran iu tho first ovont was won by
Charles Crano. Another raco be
tween them is under consideration,
and will probably tako place next
Tho Niii'c'o.sn of Mrs. Annie M.
Boani, of McKeesport. Pennsylvania,! A SERIES OF INTERESTING INCIDENTS
iu the treat mout of diarrhoea in her
children will undoubtedly bo of in
terest to many mothers. She says:
'"1 spent several weeks iu Jonstown,
Pa., after the great Hood, ou account
of my husband being employed
thore. Wo had several children with
o r. .
nuike from un nitiliuially pro
duced GUM almost us elastic aa
INDIA KUB13EH, which, when
reduced by certain volatile sol
vents to tho 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 bettor and
makes pigments more brilliant
than the purest and best linseed
It. possesses the remarkable
property of "covering" with
much leas pigment than any
other oil. It also mixes in largor
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lasting
and wearing properties.
j From tlie Manager of Paaubau Plantation
i Co,, Hamakua, Hawaii.
1 Wm, Lkiih Oi.ivkie, Emi., Manager Ameii
I emi I.iieol Co., (sun Kraneii-eo.
I Ihnr Sir-
I A ear no I used some uf the oil maun
j fuel tired hj jour Company to p.iiul ono of
j our I'lautatlon liullililius, nt the same time
1 uaiutlui! adioiiilui; huildlnus with paints
i mixed with American and Kiiell-h Liu-
F7..1. r i:
r? VS.TTTT-J T4f "UrT" .-"iTttV J.WfN
EvfKi',sV 1.- i V
Etc,, Etc, Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HANI) OK DAMAOED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDVVAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotol Street, oppo. Betbol Street.
HELL TELEPHONE f.i'. - r- MUTUAL TELEPHONE 015.
us, two of whom took the diarrhuta
very badly. I got some of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhuta
Komody f i oin Hev. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of thoiu. 1 knew of
hovural other cases whore it was
equally successful. 1 think it can
not bo excelled and cheerfully re
commend it." 'lh aud r) cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith i!c Co., agent h for the Hawai
Thoro wore uo passengers for tho
Volcano among tint Hteuiuur Miku
' bain's list this morning
Wll.l. UK I'llKSKSI-KII l V A
First Class Troupe of Actors.
Kit I DAY, August in, i'.n.
"The Wluterlleld, or lluutiug the Crano."
8ATUKDAV, August III, IMi.1.
"The Death ol Uaruuaga the Oreal Hero."
MONDAY, August at, 18i.
1 "The Cripple KaUugoro,"
2 "The Porty-alx Rouius."
Japanese Music & Songs, Beautiful Costumes.
I'llll'ICH ...l, 7.V. and .'iOu,
Tickets (ur sale at Hie door.
cei'il (ills. I lie paint was mixed ami up- .
plied hv a competent workmuii.
The fiuildiiiK painled witli Lueol Oil r
tains its original appearance, while those
on which Lin-ecd Oil was used faded some
time uco, the paint heeouillih' chalky. As
this Plantation Is ou tint weather side of
the Island, and the climate exceptionally
trying on Paint, 1 cuii-ldcr tlie above to lie
1 us thorough a test as any to which Milli
on can possible, hu subjected, lis superior- I
it v boing so apparent, I take pleasuiu In
ic'coliiiiuiuillug the I, in-ill Oil to all Users ol I
Paints. , ,,
Yours ver llcpeclfully.
A. MOOIIK. Manager. .
(scplcliilier ', s!L'. '
AT THE KAMOUti STORK OK
IB. IF ElHIILiieiRS &d (DO.
SOS & 5U FORT STK.H1E3T.
Canton "Weisib. FetTorios !
A haudsoiuo Cotton Kuhriu, New Htjles this season; the ellects nut fac-simllcs uf China
Hllks; to sec them means to appreciate tliuin.
2&JLFLTJ S-ATEEIISrS !
tiilk Ituish just out , real Krcncli designs are the tluesl mid the urine of the season,
Oashmere Sublimes SO Cents Yard I
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this season entlrelj new and
for the prlee has no imjiiuI.
"White Lawns a.n.cl Dimity I
In Plain, Mriped and Checked iu gient variet).
IW Dressmaking Under the Mauagoment ol MRS. RENNER. .0.1
j Agents for Hie Hawaiian Islands
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets Jauuary 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
t" Kin- ruks uu all kinds of Insurance Piopcru taken at Current Risks i
An"d fur 0i Hitwnliuii Island),