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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNE t. lfcux
To Ewa Mll.l..
Lenvo Honolulu .,,
Leave Pearl Otty...
Arrive Ewa Mill. . . .
Lenvc Bwa Mill.. .
Lenve Pearl City..
Arrive Honolulu .
A. Snturdnyo only,
(). Kunuuvs excepted.
D. Bnturilnys excepted.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Two young mon want a furnished
Tho S. S. Mioworn may be oxpoet
ed nil of to-morrow from Victoria.
Thoro woro four passengers by tho
sienmor Kinnu tins aftornoon for tho
Tho P. G. band gave a concort on
Exeeutivo building grounds this
Mr. Tlios. Soronson is ablo to at
tend to business again after a fow
Court Cauioes No. 8110, A. O. F.,
moots this evening. A full attendance-
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Time Whistle blow s lit 111 2mii. M. p.m. of
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TBB DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, AUG. 22, 18915.
Tlioro will be a meeting of tho
Second Congregation of St.Androvv's
Cathodral this evening,
Tho first annual report of tho Ha
waiian Historical Society has boon
issued in pamphlet form. j
Detective Toma clubbed nnothor
mangy dog to doath at tho Police j
Station this morning. Go ill
Beams of intouso brilliancy woro '
thrown over tho city by tho U. b. b.
Boston's search light last uight.
A Chinaman was fined $60 by
Judge Robertson this irioriiing for
indulging in a quiet opium smoke.
The annual meeting of the Wai
manalo Sugar Co. will bo held to
morrow (Wednesday) at 1) o'clock
President Dole is reported to in
tend taking a vacation on Hawaii by
tho nost trip of tho Kiuau ton days
W. M. Pomroy, news foreman of
tho Advertiser, left to-day on the
steamer Kinau for a well-earned
vacation at Hilo.
TO PROTECT GAME BIRDS.
Tuesday, Aug. 22.
Stiur Kinau for Mnui and Hawaii at 2 p m
fclmr Olaudiue fur Maui at 5 p m
Btiur Iwalmii for Kauai at 5 p iu
Stmr Wuliiloale for Kauai
Bcuir C R liishop for Kauai
Bum Mokolii fur Molokal
Bchr Mahimalii for Waialua and Walanae
Schr Sarah A- Eliza for Kooluu
Schr Millo Morris for Knulun
Schr Kiuvuilani for Kooluu
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
B S Miowcra, Stott, from Sydney and Brisbane
bark Aid en
l'rcaton and Mr
Four cases of drunkouness wero
recorded iu tho District Court to
day. Ono forfeited bail and three
woro fined S?2 each.
Tho Honolulu Iron Works have
beou awarded tho contract at $1000
to furnish a pumping plant for tho
JIakiki artesian well.
Besse, Aug 21 J Walter
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Aug 22 For Volcano: Mf-s Cowan, Miss
Strain, F S Maltby, Geo Joergens. For
way ports: V M Pomroy, Mrs li O Damon
and children. Mrs Wra Foster, P Peck.
Miss Hitchcock, Mr Scholtzy nnd wife, v
D Schmidt, T H Wolil, Rev A V Snares
and wife, C P laukea and son, Mrs Ai and
sou, Miss Winter, and 10 deck.
Tho steamer Claudlne will leave on Mon
day next and will return u day earlier than
There was the usual attendance at the
departure of the steamer Kinau this nfter
nnon. The German bark G. X. Wilcox will
leave for the Coast next week with a full
cargo of sugar.
Tho bark S. C. Allen will be on tho Ma
rine Kailway for about a week yet, when
her plaue wiii be taken by the Albert.
The four-masted schooner Alice Cooke,
Captain Pcnhallow, is twenty-three days
out from Port Townsend w ith lumber foi
FISH OF ONE, ETC.
It was believed on the Pacific
Coast that H. B. M. S. Garnet, coal
ing there tho latter part of July,
would shortly bo sent ou a southern
The arrosts to-day wero five Japan
ese men and one woman for playing
oho fa. The latter was arrested pre
viously for tho same offense, but was
This evening tho farewell social
to Rev. Win. Rador by tho ladies of
Central Union Church, announced
last week bjr this paper, will take
place in the church parlors.
Bandmaster Berger mourns tho
los-s of a tin bos containing a life
insurance policy, which with other
articles wero abstracted from a
bureau iu his rooms bv a sneak thief.
Carpeuters and plasterers are
about I h rough with their work on tho
five stores in tho Masonic Temple.
It is said that four of tho stores are
already bespokon, all by doctors and
Two natives had a sot-to at tho
Merry-go-round on Saturday nisht,
and woro pulled in by the police for
affray. This morning they were
found guilty in District Court and
fined S5 each.
Triumph bjr a Nattvo Lawyor
Crown Jowels Robbory Conjugal
Infelicity Bishop Estnto Throat
onod, Patrick Conly was acquitted of
tho charge of manslaughter by tho
foreign jury named yostorday. Mr.
J. L. Kaulukou conducted Lis do
fotiso in a mannor that won tho ad
miration of all who saw tho trial.
His shrowdnoss at times caused the
jurors to smilo thoir congratulations.
The Court having refused to admit
tho records of tho coroner's inquest,
Mr. Kaulukou put tho Doputy At-tornoy-Gonoral
on tho stand and
olicited tho particulars ho was look
ing for. Vory little tostiniouy for
tho dofonso was taken, the defend
ant's attorney rolyiuc mainly on tho
inconsistencies ho skilfully displayed
in tho testimony for tho prosecution.
This triumph of a native lawyor,
single-handed, defending a wiiito
mau boforo a white jury is uoto-
Boforo Judge Whiting this fore
noon tho trial of George Ryan 'for
larceny second degree, in tho theft
of tho crown jewels, was begun, Tho
following jury was sworn, after only
two of the panel had boon excused
J. B. Andorton, F. D. Wicke, J. ,T.
Egau, Chas. Lucas, F. W. Macfar
lanu, Henry Davis, Jas. Steiner, C. B.
Ripley, J?'. J. Lowroy, C. J. Mc
Carthy, Goo. P. Castle and C. Bosso.
Attorney-General W. O. Smith,
assisted by Marshal Hitchcock and
Deputy Marshal A. M. Brown, is
conducting the prosecution. Ryan
has no lawyer and is conducting his
own caso with porfoct nonchalance
nnd self-possession, although ho is
continually twirling his light mus
tache. The following witnesses wero call
ed this forenoon: J. W. Robertson,
J. H. Fisher, G. W. Macfarlane,
Oscar P. Venison, J. D. Santos, and
Wm. Waguor. Tho examination of
Wagner was coucluded this after
noon, and vJarl wishart was next
called. He swore ho fouud tho dia
mond, that Capt. Larson got on him,
under Ryan's bed. Wishart is tho
P. G. soldier who had a rib broken
by Lieut. Coyne disciplining him a
few weeks ago. He held bis hand
over tho sore place and walked with
difficulty. Ryan cross-examined him
strictly about tho positions of beds
Robert Levy, hackman, testified to
buying a diamond from Ryau for
two sovereigns and half a dollar.
Ryan wanted $25 for it, but Levy
was advised by Mr. Gomes the jewel
er that it was worth but $20.
Charles Nelson, hackman, testified
to Rj'an's offering of .tho ring for
sale at the Pantheon hack stand.
The caso is still on.
Judge Whiting heard tho divorco
caso of Aua Moniona vs. Alina this
morning, granting the petition on
the ground of failuro to support.
Peterson for plaintiff; no appearance
of or for;dorondant.
Judge Cooper concluded the hear
ing of Lazarus vs. Lazaru3 for di
vorce; which had occupied four days,
this forenoon. Ho denied tho hus
band's potition for absolute divorce.
Tho wife's potition for separation
and alimony is yet to be hoard.
Ashford for the husband; Rosa for
WATCHING THE BEACH.
Ono of tho
Specials or rather spies have boon
placed along tho Waikiki beach near
Diamond Head at nights. They aro
mounted on horseback, out when on
Organization of tho Hawaiian Sports
Pursuant to a call then; was a
mooting of those desirou of form
ing a sportsmon's association in the
Chnmbor of Commerce room vestor-
dnv ovoninir. Thoro weio nrusont: ' duty the auiinnls aro tothered and
W. M. Giffard, Chas. 11. Wilson, J. ' tho "I'inkortons" patrol probably
M. Dowsott, G. K. Wilder, H. M. watching that schooner with arms
Whitney, Jr., W. M. Ciiiiuinghntn, for tho royalil. Ono of these put
Chas. Brown, J. H. Black, R, Dexter, rolmou is a man named Trundiler, a
W. Lanz, E. I. Spalding, 15. A. Ale- shoemaker pivtioiwly, but since Jan.
Iuorny, Henry Davis, A. L. C, Atkin- , 17th. tho date of Aliuisier Sletons'
Bon, A. J. Spring and S. U. Wilder, resolution, has been an ouip'oyeo of
Mr. W. M. Giffard was appointed ' the t G. On .Monday morning
A Distinction Undo Between Lum
ber Vossels and Coal Vessels.
Somewhat queor methods seem to
bo followed by tho Port Surveyor iu
watching vessels. A Bulletin repre
sentative has elicited the fact that
vessels coming here irom lumber
ports are submitted to the most
rigid inspection, while vessels from
notorious opium ports, Departure
Bay for instance, are not being
watched. Of the vessels now in
port are two at tho same wharf.
One is from Port Gamble with lum
ber, and a Customs guard has been
stationed on board day and night
since her arrival. On tho other side
of the wharf is a coal vessel from
Departure Bay. No guard has been
E laced on board of her, and if there
ad been any "stuff" on her, it would
have been landed ere this, as her
crew aro free to go and como as
they please. Why the Port Sur
veyor Bhould show such discrimina
tion is not known.
Mr. J. B. Castle, Collector-General
of Customs, was soon by another
reporter, and explained tho situa
tion substantially as follows:
"That is just what 1 have been
asking tho Government for more
"A coal cargo is a simplo matter
comparatively. Every vossol is
thoroughly searched when she ar
rives, and thou the hatches aro heal
ed until the time of discharging.
"Thoy may bo some special advices
about a particular lumber vessel,
which call for particular vigilance
iu guarding her."
Afr. Castle spoko without knowing
what particular vessols wero re
There are about 50 mon employed
in overhauling tho bark S. C. Allen
on tho Marino Railway. The work
will take most of this week to finish.
After tho Allen tho bark Albert will
take tho ways.
Tho sidewalk on Emma street is
receiving attention at tho hands of
tho Road Board. By-and-byo in
the sweet mahopr. tho Board will
perhaps wako up and do something
to that prize sidewalk on Nuuauu
No verdict has been given as yet
in tho alleged suicide of a Japanese
woman found hauging iu a bouse at
Ewa about two weeks ago. The
evidonco of a Jap named Kisida is
wanting, and ho being a deserter is
ACCOUNTS Or A OUAItDIAN.
Henry Smith, master, has filed his
report on tho accounts of August
Aureus, guardian of Wm. Hapai and
five others. Ho verifies tho accounts
as showing receipts of $2697.27 and
expenditures of $1169.50. The main
item of expenditure was $1039.50 for
building a dwelling house, which
was authorized by Chief Justice
Judd. Tho guardian makes no
charge for commissions.
D1SHOP ESTATE PUT ON THE DEFENSIVE.
L. Keawehaku (k.) is tho petitioner
for revocation of tho will of one
Akahi (w.), which was probated iu
1877, devising all hor property to
tho lato Mrs. Bornice P. Bishop. If
tho will is revoked it will involve
property to the value of about $30,
000. Petitioner asks to have tho
Trustees of Kamohameha School
cited and to show causo why tho
petition should not be granted. J.
M. Poopoe appears for petitioner
and it is understood that C. W. Ash-
" . ford has beon retained to oppose the
was doubtless to bo ! application. This application is like
tho hvolinoss of tho , the one filed bv Junius Kaao. in
whoso favor tho application to hear
proofs regarding tho alleged fraudu
lent procurement of tbo will of A.
Kealiiahouui has beon granted.
temporary chairman, and Mr. A L.
C. Atkinson acted as secretary. Tho
secretary read tho minutes of a pre
vious mooting, stating tho object of
tho present nssomDly was to con
sidor a constitution and bv
drafted by a committee consisting
OI Jioury uavis, j. a. apiiming ami ,
E. A. Mclnomy.
Tho draft of a constitution and
by-laws similar to that of tho Stato
Sportsmon's Association of Califor
nia was road by Air. II. Davis as a
whole, and was subsequent 1 consid
ered section by section. The pro
amble was as follows:
Whereas, certain desirable kinds
of game birds, not naturally present
in mo Hawaiian lsniuus, n intro
duced, will multiply and furnish
both sport to sportsmen and a valu
able food supply to the geneial pub
Whereas, tho game birds now with
in these islands are not efficiently
conserved b' our laws, as at present -enforced,
and aro decreasing un
Whereas, sportsmen form a large,
respoctable and influential element
in the body politic, aud with mutual
respect, harmony and concerted ac-1 iu
tion will be ablo to secure the ends
and remedy tho evils indicated in
Resolved, That wo, the sportsmen
of tho Hawaiian Islands, in conven
tion assembled, form an association,
as hereinafter set forth, and urge
the sportsmou of these islands gen
erally to join us iu tho promotion of
matters beneficial aud of interest to
Tho organization will be known as
the Hawaiiau Sportsmen's Associa
tion. An initiation fee of $1 will be
charged and S5 annual dues, both to
bo paid iu advance. Tho annual
meeting was voted to take place the
second Tuesday iu August of each
year. After several amendments to
the by-laws, thoy wero adopted, and
nearly all present signed tho mem
The election of officers to servo
for tho ensuing year followed. Air.
Henry Davis felt proud in proposing
tho name of Air. S. B. Dole as presi
dent. Although ho said the nominee
was not an aetivo sportsman, still he
took groat interest in tho organiza
tion. Tho speaker had convorsed
with Air. Dole and had elicited the
fact that if his name was proposed
he would accept tho nomination.
Another nomination was made, but
tho nomineo declining, Air. Polo's
nomination was carried unanimously.
Mr. W. AI. Giffard was elected vice
president; E. A. Alolneruy treasurer,
and A. L. C. Atkinson, secretary. A
board of directors consisting of tho
following gentlemen was also olec- I
ted: J. AI. Dowsett, H. AI. Whitney, I
Jr., E. I. Spalding, S. G. Wilder and j
Houry Davis. Those officers aro to
servo one j-oar. A communication j
was received from Air. Waltor C. ,
Woodon, requesting admission to '
tho association. It was accepted and I
placod on file. Tho constitution and '
by-laws are to bo printed. Another
meeting will be called soon to further
For This Week Only !
sao Fort streot, Honolulu.
Truohler wa a guard nt Waikiki
near S.uis Souci. Kam in ihe morn
ing, as tho sun was about to rise,
Truschler stealthily, a la I'Kkorton,
wonded liis wav to whnie ho had tied
laws ' his hoi-o, but the animal had gone.
After a long seaich lie found him in
Air. Alacfarlane's premises, tho ani
mal having jumped the fence.
This morning, at least all night,
Truschler was on patrol on Waikiki
beach near San? Souci. About day
light the special went to where ho
had tethered his hoise and found
him missing. Returning to town ho
secured another horse nnd went iu
search of his animal. A native boy
met him at Kamoiliili and through
Inni lruscliier learned that In
horso was at Waialao, beyond
Tho kuhvnas must hnvo been
ting iu some of their line work.
JAP3 CAUGHT WITH CARDS.
tho Lawyers Got Anything
Out of the Prosecution.
Seven Japs were arrested at Ala-
naua ou August lutn lor gambling.
thoir possession were found a
number of tickets with Japaueso
characters on them. The Japs came
up for trial yestorday afternoon iu
i ho Ewa courthouse. Toma, the
Japanese detective, was despatched
thither by Deputy Marshal Brown
to act as interpreter. Thoro boing
nou-sullicient evidonco the Japs woro
all discharged. Tho interpreter
statod that tho cards wero used iu
gambling, but he couid not tell thoir
value, although thoy might mean $1
or $10 each. Two native lawyers
dofendod the innocent looking lads,
and made SCO thereby.
TABLE :- LINENS
SIX SPECIAL BARGAINS !
Fine White Tabic Linen, 01 inches wide at
ou oentH per
ierl Table Linen. Gl inches wide at
00 Cents per
Unbleached Damask Table Lin mi, ol inches wide at
!() Cents per
Unbleached Damask Table Linen, fine quality at. .
j50 Cents per
Unbleached Damask Table Linen, extra qualify, GS
inches wide at GO Cents per
Red Damask Table Linen at GO Cents per
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Yery Reasonable,
SThe above Prices are Positively P0R THIS WEEK ONLY
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
FRESH REPORTER AT LARGE.
streets last night driving, riding,
strolling and lounging parties being
abroad everywhere. Tho P. G. baud
at Emma Square nnd tho Bostou's
band at tho Hotel filled tho air with
NEW FOOTBALL CLUB.
It Includes Several Crack Flayers in
Tho U. S. cruiser Boston had a
verv interesting drill this morniiiK,
I clearing for action besides holding '
muster drill. Admiral Skorrett wit- I
i ncssed tho different maneuvers fjom ' A now football team
thoU.S.S. Adams. At 1:30 o'clock : captaincy of W. H. C.
tins alternoon the men on ootn the
naval ships were allowed shore liber
ty, much to Jnek't. delight.
At tho Thistle Club's meeting last
night several musical instruments
wore brought into play by mombors
and visitors, the result boing a lively
impromptu concert. Tho amuse-
been formed. Among the make-up
of the toam may bo fouud tho names
of H. C. Hapai, tho famous quarter
back of tho Puuahous, W. Ross, GL
Rosa, H. Crabbe, E. Stilos, E. Holt,
and other good players.
A meeting was held yesterday
evening iu tho Fishel building, and
tho club decided to got right down
to work. Thoy will go out this after
mont committee has a program in
preparation for a concert next Alon- noon to nractico for tho first timo.
day evening, when an admission fee It is tho intention of Captain Groig
Snubbed by an Officer und Culls
Another One Names. . i
J. L. Osmor, turnkey at the sta- ,
tion, demurs to the distinction of
boing regarded as a Czar, as ho is
called by tho AdvortUor reporter
this morniug. Ho thinks tho re
porter should know who and what
ho is talking about before calling i
names. It happens that Air. Osmer ,
was not on duty, nor at the station
at all, when tho raw reporter says '
he refused him admission. Air. (
Osmer further thinks thai a reporter
who expects a turnkey, or any otlicor
of a police watch, to break his in- '
structions at tho reporter's demand,
is rather fresh to bo ot much use to
tho newspapor that employs him. j
A Society Split.
There is trouble in tbo Portuguese
Mutual Benefit Society of Hawaii.
Air. P. A. Dias, President; Air. A. F.
Medeiros, Vice-President; Air. J. I.
Avellar, Socrotary, and Alessrs. M.
A. Gonsalves, J. P. Rodrigues and
F. F. Branco, of the Board of Direc
tors, have resigned thoir positions
as officers of tho Society. Alessrs.
Dias, Aledoiros and Uonsalves have
also tondorod their resignation as
mombors of the Socioty. internal
brawlings which have been prompt
ed by a certain would-be leader, is
stated to be the cause of this split
iu tho Society.
Stowaway on tho Albert.
2Xr. David K. Jordan
ot Edmcstsn, N. Y.
Colorloos, Emaciated, Helples3
A Complete Cure by HOOD'S
Tliis is from Mr. D M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, and one of the most re
spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y.
"l'ourteen yean ago 1 had nn nttickot tho
gravel, aud liwo tluco been troubled wltu my
Llvor and Kidneys
Gradually uromlnu worso. Thrco years apo I
Et don n so low that I could scarcely walk.
I looked inoro ltlto a cnrp'.c tlian a living being.
I liatl no npticllta mid tor IHo weeks low
nuikiuc but (frncl. I was liaaly emaciated
nnd bad no inoro color tli.m u nimble tatue.
Hood's fiarsapaillla was recommended and I
thought I would try It. Before 1 1 J.ad finished
.i. .v. , i...,ii i .,,,!!. il. iii.it I fMt better, suf
fered less, tho infltimninllnn ot tho bind.
dcr bad hiibilded. tho color began to return to
tny face, and I bcutin ao feel "" A'.1'
I had ta'.ti'ii thrco bottle 1 could eat anything
without hurtlm; ma. , Why, I 8t olmnery
that I had to cat r. times a day. I Uavo now
lully recovered, thanl.a to
II feel well nuil ora well. All who know
rr.o marvel to seo mo so well." 1. M. JonDAM.
HOOD'S PILL8 t'-e best attar-dlnnor PUll,
(Hint dliiMtion, euro hoidacLo Lad bUlouinoU,
HOIUtON, NKWMAN .t CO.,
A p.ents for Hawaiian Islands.
0 FORT STREET 7 o
&h raB1 ff a8 ep
tK n B l S
Robin3on Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
OX HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSOUTMENT OF
The success of Airs. Annie Al.
Beam, of McKeesport, Pennsylvania,
in the treatment of diarrhoea in her
children will undoubtedly be of in
terest to many mothers. She hays:
"T nt-mnf. hf.i'Arnl irit.tlf a In .Imicf own.
Pa., uftor the great flood, on account ! '"I" ""P Works Co
of my husband being employed ,
there. Wo had sovoial children with
of of) conts will bo charged.
Hawaiian Soap, tho only pure
laundry soap iu the market, can be
had by the cas-o or at retail, at any
of tho crocors iu Honolulu, as woll
as at the Company's agents, Fami
lies can now ordor Hawaiian soap
from thoir grocers with other goods.
n-l cr. ni .... I ,u., AT r
x inn t.'ti,jj vi-1 muni ,i;ii. ii. ,1
AfcChesnoy it Sons, Agents Ilono-
to challoiiL'o the Pacific football
team to a match in the near future.
At present no namo has been given
to the club, but it is probable that it
will be called the iicalani.
The P. G. baud will give a pub
lie concert at Alakeo Island this
evening at 7:H0 o'clock. Tho fol
lowing program will bo tendered:
us, two ot whom look tliu diarrliam
vory badly. I
Iain's Colic. Cholera
irot some of Chamber
itomedv from liuv. Afr. Glitmiuaii.
It cured both of thorn. 1 knew of
Kovornl other cases where it was
ecptnlly hiiceeshful. I lliink It can
not bo exeolled and olieerfull re
commend it." f ami 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers litmson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawai
II. J. Mayer, of Oakland, Aid.,
"I hnvo sold thirteen bottles
, of Ulianr irlain s Cougli ifomcoy
to-day an i am litorally wild out.
This is tho largest nuloon lecord of
any ono preparation in a day over
our eoiintoin. It give the besl sat-
It fact ion of any cough medicine we
handle, and n- a scllei it leadh all
other preparation on this maikel."
' For suit) by all dealers. Benson,
j Smith ii Co., agouts for the liawai-
I Ian Islands.
Ovortnre Blory City
.Miiri'h Jovi'C'h l'ot
W11I12 Tli'u fialliiiiii llllruloiil
Bi'leetiun Muk'iil Ituvlew Itivleru
Ah Jlo Y Olilcn TI111111 IWyor
l.iliu I'levc In Bnltztirliiiiil. . Hume
WalU.Suw MchnlliH HiUKi-r
Miire)i--Hit;li .School Uutlutu H nua
A cow brought from the Coast, on
board tho bark Albert, gave birth to
a calf on tho way down. On arriv
ing in port word was sent to the
Police Station to send an otlicor on
board to take charge of n stowaway
as required by law. Captain Patter
son of the harbor police went to
make tho arrest. After a vain search
for tho stowaway, the calf was point
ed out by Captain Grilliths as the
stowaway," it having made its ap
poarance on deck several days after
leaving San Francisco. All hands
I joined iu the laugh and no arrests
l'erntrl wore mado.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
August 22, 1893.
Attack- on tho Jury.
Pcamlnl In tho Slutlou Houio.
A Qitarter'n Finances.
Honolulu Police Department by C.
Notui on tho l'.ibsing Bliow by Ob
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
K11II Ili'i urts of Cases on Trinl.
Editor Joliuitouu'ii Trial for Libel.
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Itiiport of Session I'. O. Councils.
HVOllY OF KOOLAU'S DKl'.D:
A-tTold by Two Kalaluii I.opers.
Lies .Sjiolt Jack's Liberty.
Exclusion at tliu l'alnce.
Local New nnd Gossip.
.Shipping Ueports, Etc., Etc., Etc.
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION :
Home $4. Foreign $5.
PYTWO VOL-NO MEN,
XJ a l'lum-hi'il l "en huo
m nuAonublu terms. Apply
lluj.LKm Ollleu. biu-Sf
5i$Si ' M?ii;i. - i55il
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
. NO SECOND-HAND OU DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE S'.'j. - nr MUTUAL TELEPHONE 815.
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OK
IB. IF1. EHI31iE!S,S &c CO.
BOS & S 1 1 leorcT STREJEJT.
OsLntoxi "Wsislb. FeLlorios !
A lmnilsouie Cotton Enbile, New bt,les tins k-iisoii, tin elleets nro Iar-s!uiles of China
silks ; to bfu tlium ui"uiis tonppieclatc llioin
TsAJi-'FLTJ S.A.TEElsrS !
Silk finish Just out. renl l-iem li dcMim .ire the lliiestaml tin) uruze of the season.
Cashmere Su.ToliiTis SO -Ceirts Yard I
One ol the handsomest Wu-li Mnterl.ils this reason entire!) now unci
fur the price hus no fi,unl. -t -
"Wliite Lawns and. Dimity I
la Plnln, btripeil oinl l licekeil In ro.it viinoly,
W Drossraaklng Under Iho Management ol MRS. RENNER. Jg3
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WAIMANAEO BUQAll CO.
rpHE REGULAR ANNI'AI, MEETING
X uf blmruhulilfri ol Waimamui Sui vii
Co, will liti liehl tiinl tliu ( ntiimiiieu np
polmtil nl hut iiiLfiin will report on
WED.NE&DAY, Auk""' -'Ii "t Uo'eloili
A. M,,ut tho Olll-'u nl Myrs, Unite unit
A.ei.J.UarttulBht. 0. DOI.TK.
Bevri'tnry Walinnuulo duunr Co.
r .Mlilillf Room
m No. 1
Royal Insurance Company
uTlie Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
J iiltheil Rouiim in lit, m
tliu corner of Alnken umt
Merehiiut btret-t hy the
Dav, Week or Month,
bbi-aw JKNS E. NIELbE.V.
tW Flru )IL. on nil km,l ol Imurunie I'mpcrtv tuketi lit Current UUk by
WOm Ag.nl for the iUwMInu Ulnd,