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OAHU RAILWAY AND.LAND CO,
LOOAli AND QENEBAIi NEWS.
A cottngo on Puuchbowl street is
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1. 1SU3.
To Eua Mill.
Leave Honolulu 8:15 1:45
Leave Pearl Olty 9:30 2:30
Arrive Ewa Mill 0:57 2:57
Lcnve K wn Mill 0:21 10:43
Leave Pearl City 0:65 11:16
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:65
A. Saturdays only.
C. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays oxcopted.
Tides, Bun and Moon.
BY C. J. LYONS.
Diamond Head, 12
clonr, wind light oast.
It is proposed to start tho ganio
o laerosso iu Honolulu.
G. guards hold a battalion
Palaco Square this nftor-
JAPS ON THE STAGE.
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First quatter of tho moon on tho IHh, a'
llli. -Jom. p.iu.
Time Whistle blow sat 111. 2dm. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu tlmo, which is tho snmo as lili. 0m.
0s. of Uiecuwlch time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATUKDAY, AUG. 19, 1893.
Btmr Waialeale from Hamakua
Saiubday, Aug. 19.
Stmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii
Btmr C R Bishop from Kanal
Marshal Hitchcock roturnod from
Hawaii on the stcamor Kinau this
Mr. A. L. C. Atkinson calls tho at
tention of sportsmen and all parties
interested in an ndvt. elsewhere.
Tho barkentiuo S. N. Castlo took
a largo numoor ot passougors, lor a
sailing vossol, to tho Coast, to-day.
L. J. Lovoy will hold a closing out
salo by auction of the ontiro stock
of M. S. Poroira at 10 o'clock Tues
day'. A largo attoudanco of mombors of
Coptain Cook Lodge, Sons of St.
George, at the next regular nieoting
Prov. Govts stamps are for sale at
tho Hawaiian Nows Co.'s store sin
gly, in shoots and by sets, at the
lowest market prices.
Tho Custom House has assumed
tho aspect of a prison. Broken glass
has boon distributed over tho stouo
wall on tho niauka side.
Asoecial meefinK of stockholders
of the Pacific Sugar Mill will bo held
at the office of F. A. Schaefer & Co.
on Tuesday nest at 9 a. m.
Arthur Johnstone, editor of tho
Advertiser, was committed by Judge
Robertson yostorday afternoon to
the Circuit Court for libel.
The P. G. band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon. The band
gave orchestral music at tho Queen's
Hospital yostorday afternoon.
Dr. M. Goto returned from Molo
kai this morning and will stay in
Honolulu three weeks, when ho will
loave again for tho Leper Settlement.
A gorgeous lunar rainbow, form
ing a perfect semi-circle, was seen nt
Kalihi last night. It spanned tho
mouth of the valley and lasted half
LIME IN HIS EYES.
Real Oriental Drama at the Hawaiian
Op or a Houao.
Thoro was a fairly good attend
ance, principally Japanese, nt tho
ontortainmont by Japanoso actors at
the Opera Hotiso yostorday ovoning.
Tho play was a historical ono en
titled, "ThoWintorfiold, or, Hunting
tho Crauo." Tho following synopsis
Was given of tho play:
"Iu oldon tinios, tho Shogan
(Rulor) doclared that tho cranos bo
sacrod, and all tho pooplo through
out Japan woro warnod against kill
ing thorn. Tho punishment for vio
lating this net was doath, and any
person giving information that would
causo tho arrest of a porson who had
killed a crauo would bo hiirhlv ro-
wardod, tho Shogan boing tho only
person having tho power to hunt
them. Unco upon a tuno, a man oi
tho nnmo of Buugo, who wished to
help his master out of a difficulty
which ho was in at tho time, mado
up his mind to go and kill ono of
these sacred birds, which ho did and
gave it to his wife to take to tho
Shogan, and receive tho reward, and
report that ho was tho ono who kill
ed it, and that ho was waiting to bo
executed. It was a very bravo act
on Bungo's part, but Japanoso in tho
oldon times would do anything for
Two Japanese hollos woro seated
at tho ontranco to tho left wings of
tho stago thrumming on string in
struments. Tho music was continu
ed throughout the ontortainmont
oven while tho dialogues woro in
progress. Tho costumes' wore ex
ceptionally pretty, and the paints
and powders customary iu "fixing
up" were lavishly used. Somo of
tho male Japs took tho part of fe
males. As to tho acting, it was somo
what similar to the Chinese. Judg
ing from the applause from the gods
in tho gallery, the play must have
been good. "The Death of Haru
naga, the Great Hero," will bo given
this evening at the samo time and
LIES SPOIL JACK'S LIBERTY.
Purser of a
Serious Mishap to tho
Pursor Frank Poor of I lie stoamor
O. R. Bishop mot with a very serious
accidont on Wednesday last at Ki
lauoa, Kauai. Poor was standing on
tho Kilauoa wharf watching tho mon
rolling barrols of lime which had
just boon discharged from tho stoam
or along tho wharf. Tho linio leaked
out of crovicos iu tho barrols as thoy
woro rolled along, until finally somo
got into a load pipo a little bolow
tho lino of tho wharf, and as thoro
was water in tho pipo tho limo bo
gan to boil. Poor seoing" this wont
ovor noar it and throw somo forlilizor
into tho pipo to stop tho heating
process. Tho limo exploded and
caught Poor in tho face, blinding
both his oyos. Assistance was prompt
ly given tho young mnn, but it was
somo time before tho pain was re
liovod. Poor was transferred to tho
stoamor, and as no medical aid was
procurble in tho District, tho Bishop
loft yostorday and arrived this morn
ing, makiug a special trip. On ar
rival tho patient was takou to tho
office of Dr. Brodie and later homo.
Poor has not got back his sight as
yot. although it is hoped that ho
will not loso it altogether.
Saturday, Aug. 19.
Am bk 8 N Castle, Hubbard, for San Fran
cisco Br bk Elizabeth Graham, Anderson, for
Royal Roads, V I
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmr Waialeale for Walanae, Waialua and
Stmi Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolaa
Stmr Kaala for Waianae and Waialua
OarROos from Island Forts.
Tho ladies of Central Union
Church intend giving a farewell so
cial to Rev. Wm. Rader of Oakland
at the church parlors on Tuesday
Tho authorities have begun to ar
rest bicycle riders who go about
without lights. Dovauchello, who
was, around last night without a
light, was arrested.
The foundation of the new Elec
tric Light building is beiug laid
makai of tho defunct Union Iron
Works by Mr. R. Lishuian, who
sscured the contract.
Per stmr Bishop 920 bags paddy.
aleale luuu bags sugar ana
Per stmr Kinau 20 hheep, 38 bales wool, 2
Per stmr Waialeale 1000
1772 bags p.ddy.
horses. 670 baas simar. 90 bdls hides.
400 bags potatoes, 8 bbls poi, 200 pkgs
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Aug 19 From Volcano: Dr Wakefield, Miss
Wakefield, J G Von Tots, J H F Von de
Putte, FHB Oat, .Geo H Babb and wife.
From Hilo and way-ports: E G Hitchcock
and wife, W Thompson, Miss E R Leo, Dr
R I Moore, Miss H Hitchcock, B H Scholt
zy, F M Datte, K. Furuya, Geo-Vun Hou
ten, S 8 Manuka, T R Keyworth, R F
Lnnire. Master VasnnM Oqnrio. Miss Olvm-
pla Osorio, M Luiz.J L Howard, C F Hor-
J. VOWUV. A
ner and wife,
Mrs W J Lowrie, 2 children
Miss Lacia Kahal, and US
For Ban Francisco, per bk Annie John
son, from Hilo Aug 12 Mr Goodale, Miss
Caughcy, J Sisson. .
For San Francisco, per bktne S X Castle,
Aug 10 Mrs Brettevifle and 2 children, H
E Green, Mrs G'J Ludwigsen, Mrs J W Ro
bertson and 2 children, and Chas Osborne.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Am bgt CoiiHuelo, from San Fiauclsco for
Kalmlui, Aug 5
Bktne Kllkitat, from Puget Sound, due
Ger bk J C Prluger, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Am ship Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am bk Amelia, from Puget Sound, Aug 30
J. W. Yarndloy's violin brought
$260 at the auction sale by L. J.
Levey this morning. H. F. Wich
mau was the purchaser. The lot of
music went off cheaply.
Johnny Rowland, "son of Mr. W.
Rowland, met with an accident yes
terday evening. Tho lad fell a dis
tance of eighteen feet from a tree
and broke his left leg below' tho
Vessels in Fort.
USB Boston. Dav. from a cruise
UBS Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
Am bk Elizabeth Graham. Anderson, from
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Am bgtne W G Irwin, Williams, from San
Am bk Albert, Gritllthb, from San Fran
cisco Am bk Alox MaNeil, Sorman, from Ban
Br bk Parthenope, Heal, from Newcastle,
Br bchr Norma, Macquarrle, from Yoko
hama Ger bk G W Wilcox, Walters, from Liver
pool Br bk Ladstock, Williams, from Liverpool
Br bk Velocity from Hongkong
Am bk B O Allen from San Francisco
Somo unknown person or persous
set fire, to tho forest of Waioli at
Hanalei on Thursday last at noon,
and succeeded iu destroying an en
tire hill. The fire burned up to last
night when the steamer Bishop left.
Antone Cloys was arrested at noon
to-day for libel against Captain Fer
guson. The alleged libel appeared
in a letter to tho Advertiser headed
"Ho Has Been There," and for which
Editor Johnstone has been commit
ted to tho Circuit Court for trial.
Captain Smythe of tho steamer
Waialeale reports that tho steamer
Waimanalo could bo got off easily if
a tug was employed. The Waima
nalo is lying iu about three or four
feet of water and is not injured at all.
Tho tug Eleu may go after her this
Bark Annie Johnstone, Cupt. Rock, sail
ed from Hilo, August 12, for ban Fran
clbco. Freight: 20,072 bags sugar, weigh
i?iE 2.007.10a lbs., albo 170 hides. 60 tree
ferns and 4 pkgs furniture. Valuo of caigo, i
The barkcntlne B. N. Castle. L. H. Hub
bard inastor, sailed for the Golden Gntuat
Aormotors, washing machines,
garden hose and reels, refrigerators
and ico chests, ice cream freezers,
china and crockery the Hawaiian
Hardware Co.'s column is a little
crowded to-day, but readers have
only to keep in mind what each of
them wants. When thoy call for it
they will see' many other articles
that they need.
Ah Chow, engineer on H. Hack
fold & Co.'s steam scow, was brought
before Judge Robertson this morn
ing to bo tried for having twenty
tins of Hongkong opium unlawfully
in possession, tho samo having been
found on tho scow on Thursday
afternoon by customs officers. Chow
pleaded guilty before His Honor,
and was sentenced to pay a iino of
$75 without imprison mont. Whou
Chow was arrested $50 in gold was
found in his pockets. Tho fino was
Tho P. G. band will civo a pub
lic coucort at Emma Square this
afternoon at d:!J0 o'clock. The fol
lowing program will be rendered:
Naval Forcea Kept for
Tho bluejackots and marines of
the U. S. cruiser Boston and U. S. S.
Adams have been deprived of thoir
liberty and. are not allowed ashore.
This restriction is caused by rumors
that tho royalists intend making an
uprising in a few days. On Thurs
day night the men were placed under
arms, and were called out on the
vessels at midnight.
About 5 o'clock yesterday after
noon a rumor was started by one of
the P. G. guards that the men from
tho U. S. S. Boston were to be land
od that evening, but it proved to bo
a canard. Nevertheless it is a fact
that tho mon are kept on board the
Boston and Adams and will bo until
the false reports aro dispolled.
Another roport that seems to have
more credence about town is that a
revolt of soldiers at the Palace is
Rare Stamped Envelope.
' Among the postal curiosities dis
covered in raking up old stamps was
a lot of two thousand stamped en
velopes. They bear the usual 10c. en
velope imprint in black in the right
upper corner, while on the loft is tho
following inscription in red ink:
"Special Despatch Letter. (For Do
mestic Mail Only.) Leka Kuikawa.
jm fatato distinctly tho residence
or place of business of addrossee.
fJw"E kakauia a moakaka kahi noho
a me kahi haua o ka moa nana ka
loka." Those envelopes were pro
pared by order of Mr. H. M. Whit
uey, when Postmaster General in
1881, for a house delivery service
The! Ministry disapproving of tho
scheme, tho envelopes became dead
stock until tho present stamp boom.
Whenovor exposed thoy woro eagerly
grabbed up by dealers. Some are
on sale at the Hawaiian News Co.'s
Dr. W. T. Monsarrat reported at
the Police Station at 9 o'clock this
morning that there was a mangy
dog near tho Post Office which ought
to be shot. Detective Toma went
over and catching the animal by tho
hind lees dragged it to the Station.
Seizing a billet qf wood ho brained
the cur, killing it outright at the
first blow. There aro any amount of
such leprous dogs hanging around
the Fishmarket , these days. Pre
viously such animals wore taken up
and shot, but lately thoy have been
Armorer at the Falaca Gots a
An accident happened to armorer
Johnson of tho P. G. army in the
basement of tho Executive Building
at 9 o'clock this morning. For somo
time after tho accident happened
thoro was a great deal of excitement
about the grounds, and enquiries if
anybody was killed wero numerous.
Johnson was probing an old cart
ridge with a file, to got out the pow
der. Tho steol stiuck firo to tho
powder, which in turn caught tho
powder in a bo in front of him.
The explosion burned his right baud
and tho right side of his face. A
few of the cartridges exploded also,
and went rattling out the window
on the makai side, falling on the
ground. Tho largo window was
blackened with smoke. With tho
exception of tho burns Johnson
escaped unhurt. Ho was walking
about within an hour after tho acci
The success of Mrs. Annie M.
Beam, of McKeesport, Pennsylvania,
in tho treatment of diarrhoea in her
children will undoubtedly be of in
terest to many mothers. She Bays:
"I spent several weeks in Jonstown,
Pa., after the groat flood, on account
of -my husbaud beiug employed
there. Wo had several children with
us, two of whom took tho diarrhoea
very badly. I got somo of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy from Rev. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of them. I knew of
several other cases whore it was
equally successful. I thiuk it can
not be exOolled and cheorfull' re
commend it." 25 and 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co?, agents for the Hawai
Jatr.c.t Jlebev Dovinan
of Shy Bc-ivor, Pa.
Cured of Scrofula
The Poople will have Hood's
Jlfr. Dornwn'a Experience
"My boy, now 0 years old, had Scrofnla in
ono cjo from tho tlmo he was a baby; discharg
ing all tho tuno. Ot late we hno been giving
him Hood's Snrsaparllla, and It bus dono all
that mcdiclno cin do. Tho Scrofula has disap
peared, and his co Is healed up and wclL I
fully believe Hood's Sanaparllla li tho best
medicine In tho market. I keep a general storo,
and it ts not n trick to sell Hood's Sir:aparllla
for tho people will have It. 1 sell moro of
Hood's Sarsapirllla than all other medicines
together and the storo would not be completo
Hood's : - Cures
without it My wife has also been entirely
cured ot Scrofula by IIoo 1's Sarsapaiilla, and I
nm he.irtlly thanktul lor what It lias done for
us." John Dokman, Bhy Ueacr, l'a.
HOOD'O PlLLS nro tho bast after-dinner mil,
utltt discs tloa, cura headache Try a box. 230.
HOBRON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
If you want a Good Talr of
-: C3- L O -V E S :-
For Driving or Walking I can sell 'em to
you. Or if you wnnt.to see somo
3Srw -:- Krea35."wear
In the Latest Designs and Shapes; call
around and feast your eyes. I
have also got a New Stock of
COLLARS : and : CUFFS
And above all do not forget that I am
Making v Shirts vTo v Order
In nil Styles and that I am Sole Agent
DR. G. JAEGER'S SJNITARY UNDERWEAR
For This Week Only !
N. S7 SACHS'
BSO Fort Street, Honolulu,
BIG CUT IN PRICES! .
Four Special Bargains!
White Turkish Bath Towels, 19x41 inches for
$2.15 pur Dozen
"White Turkish Bath Towels, extra size; 23x51 in
ches for S2.90 per Dozen
Linen Damask Towels, fancy borders; size 20x41
inches for 3.00 per Dozen
White Damask Towels Pure Linen extra large
size, 21x45 inches for $3.25 per Dozen
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable.
BCThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
VNE NEW COTTAGE ON i J$
V x uiiuimuwi Dliecij iivui
the Hospital, 6 rooms. Kent
HOUSE NOW Occu
pied by Chas. Herrick,
Ejq., situated at 80 Beie-
be given Sept. 1st. Houo contains Parlor,
Dlningroom, 3 Bodroorns, Kitchen, Pan
try and Bath. Apply to
607-lw J. F. MORGAN.
noon to-day with the following cargo; 031U ! , vert ure-l I'u'itnnl. ,.. '' mot
bags fctigar, shipped by W. Q. frvvin A- Co.; J "'p'" 8'''VT,li J)ieBPM m0,"' uiZ Vn '
iiiOb bags ice, lil. S. Grinbaitn. & Co.; 21 ' p,luri"'' .6"lo1Trl,1" '." mvr ''"B"? ,
spkgs printing press, Bulletin Publishing ft'T1 SvI"MIristi fchbirrn,i inJl
Co. ; 'ill empty oeur kegs, Jus Dodd. Dom- W''"--Vv -V,1'1"'110'' X V.l ,,
estlo value of eurto. tlHM'i. I buli-cti(in-l'i.ktong- of Italy Uempezutil
-'-- lluwrtll rouoi.
Sir. H. J. Mayers, of Oakland, Mil.,
Hoys: "I have sold thirteen bottles I
of Chainborlnin's Cough Itomedy '
to-day ami am literally sold out.
This is tho largest sale on record of
any ono preparation, in a day ovor
our couutuis. It gives tho best Hat
ittfactlon of any cough modiciiio wo
handle, and as n Millor it lends all
other preparations on thiu maiket." i
Fur salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Howai
For a lamo bank or for a pain in
thti side or chost, try saturating a
piuco of ihnnol with Chamberlain's
Pain lialui and binding it onto tho
affect ml parts, This treatment will
euro any ordinary ciiho in one. or two
days. lVm lialui alho ouio rhmun
ati'sm. f0 cent bottles for Haiti by
all dcaloiB. liuuson, Smith fc (Jo,,
agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
Light and Water Scarce.
Tho electric lights wont out early
last night, but sprang up again
about II o'clock at least over part
of tho town. It appears that tho
defaulting of lights lately has boon
caused by the scarcity of water." An
examination of tho diirorout reser
voirs in Nuuauu Valley was made
this morning. In reservoir number
a thoro wns iivo foot of water, and iu
number 2 only four foot. In reser
voir number 1, which is used for
storage, bolow tho Electric Light
Station, thoro was about olovou feet
of water. '
Mr. Thomas liatto, editor of tho
Graphic, Toxarkana, Arkansas, has
found what ho boliovos to bo tho
host remedy in existence for tho (lux.
His experience is woll worth remem
bering. Ho says: "Last Mimmor I
had a very severe attack of flux. I
tried almost every known remedy,
noun giving relief. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and DiarrhtL-a Itome
dy was recommended to mo. 1 pur
chased a bottle and received almost
immediate relief. I continued to
use tlio mouicino ami was entirety
cured. 1 take ploahtiro in recoin-1
mending this remedy to any person
suUeriug with such a disease, ab iu '
my opinion it i tho best medicine (
in laiHleiii'ii." 25 nml 50 cent bottles j
for talo by all denlers, lhnibou, I
Smith A Co., agouti for the Hawai
LL MEMBERS OF CAPTAIN COOK
Lodue. No. 353, Sons of at. George,
are requested to attend at the next regular
meeting, MONDAY, Aug. 21, 1S93. Busi
ness'of importance to be transacted.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of the Pacific Sugar
Mill will be held on TUESDAY, tho 22d
Inst., at 0 o'clock a.m., at the Office of F.
A. Schaefer & Co. A full attendance is re
quested as business of importance will be
transacted. Per order.
Honolulu, Aug. 19, 18')3. 80s-2t
IN ACCORDANCE -WITH A RESOLU
tlon passed at a meeting of Sportsmen
held on the 14th Inst., all parties interest
ed in forming nn association for the preser
vation of game, are invite 1 to attend the
adjourned meeting on MONDAY EVEN
ING, August 21st, at 7:30 o'clock nt the
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce.
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
808-21 Temporary Secretary.
Your nbvsician Tecommends it for
LUC 01 I
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Good
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1393.
75 FOttl? STREET 7o
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OP
NOTICE TO SPOBTSMEN.
A LL SHOOTING OF GAME ON
XX. Lauds of
$0 onli a tuoiilA,
Job lrinttng neatly and promptly
i tavoutrd at iht Built tin Ofilo,
Moanalua, Halawa ami
Aiea below the Government Road, Dis
trict of Kona,- Island of Oahn, 11. 1, is
Strictly Forbidden without the iiecensar.v
permit, which can bo had on implication
to J. M. Dowelt, at tho Banking House of
Bishop & Co.
, J. I. DOWSETT.
Honolulu, Aug. 17. 18'M. H-lw
AT A MEETING OK THE DIRECTORS
of the II vu-aiu.n Buoaii Co. held Aug.
lhth, a Dividend of 2J Percent was de
clarcd on the Capital .Stock of the Com
pany, payahio at the umi'uoi tuo Aguns,
Wni. (3. Irwin A-Co,, (L'd.t, on ami after
rupt. 1, 1 SU.J.
WM. G. IRWIN,
Treasurer H. S. Co.
Honolulu, Aug. IH, 1S'. bU7-Ut
FOR SALE !
M Sen Island ton
HUITAIU.r. FOR PLANTING.
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
- Al'PhY TO -
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.
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 de mixeu witn an pig
ments, and used in the same
manner as linseed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
heat and cold and atmospheric
inlluences. It lasts longer, gives
a richer gloss, covers better and
mnkes pigments more brilliant
than the purest and best linseed
It possesses the remarkable
property of " covering " with
much loss pigment than any
other oil. It al3o mixes in larger
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lasting
and wearing properties.
I'S&wa; f is
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
the Manager of Faaubau Plantation
Co., Hamakua, Hawaii.
Wm. Lkhm Omvi , Esy., Manager Ameri
can I.ucol Co., San Francisco,
A vcur nco I used some of tho oil manu
factured by jour Company to palm one of
our Plantation buildings, nt the same time
painting adjoining buildings with paints
mixed with American and English l.ln
heed Oils. The paint was mixed and up-
plied bv a competent workman.
The Imildiug painted with Lu col Oil re
tains its original nppearuuoe, whilo those
on which l.iineed Oil was uiod faded some
tlmo ago, thu paint becoming chalky. As
this Plantation is on the weather side of
tho Island, and tho climate exceptionally
trying on Puint, I consider the abuve to ho
as thorough a test as nny to which nur
Oil can possible bo subjected, its superior
1 1 being so apparent. 1 take pleasure In
lecomimmding tho l.urol Oil to nil users nl
Yours very Respectfully,
A. MOORE, Manager.
September ft, INrJ.
BELL TELEPHONE 6J5.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CIJ.
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OF-
IB. !F. IBIHILieiRS 3c CO.
SOS & 511 FORT STREmiT1.
Oa:n.to:n. "WsLsib. FaTorios !
A handbome Cotton Fabric; New St) les this teuton; the effects are fac-slmilcs ot China
Silks; to see them tin ans to appreciate them.
:m:.ajr.tj s-A-teehsts i
Silk flnleh just out, real French designs uru the firteit und tho craze Of tho seaion.
Oaahmere Su.tlixxis e'o Cents Yard I
One ot the handsomest Wuh Mntormla this season entirely new and
fur the price has no eipiul.
"Wlaite Lawns a.n.d. Dimity' !
in Plain, Striped and Checked in great variut).
W Dressmaking Under the Manaaomont ol MRS, RENNER. .3
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Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Hoyal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
UT- Fire rULs on all kind of lumrance Proporty taken at Current IUV by
M"-'"1 AgBiit fpr thf Hawaiian ItUnd.