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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1. 1803.
To Ewa Mill.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hoatl, 8 p. m. Weather
hn?.y, Wind northeast.
Mr. John Dyor of tho Risdon Iron
Works catno by tho Monowai.
Tho National band will play at
Sans Souci to-morrow ovoning.
Thoro was only ono arrest mado
to-day, viz., a Chinoso opium fiend.
Tho guards who had tho difficulty
with Mrs. Walker aro not Germans.
Wednesday, Aug. 30th, is tho dato
for closing entries for Sept 2d races.
Another good practico was had by
tho now football team at Makiki yes
terday. Tho polico will havo their weekly
drill on Palaco Square at 5:30 o'clock
A. BnturJnyfl only.
C. Bunuiivs excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN,
FRIDAY, AUG. 25, 1893.
FlUHAY, Aug. 25.
R M S S Monownl, Carey, from San Fran
cisco Stmr Mikabala from Hawaii and Maul
Friday, Aug. 25.
R M S 8 Monowai, Carey, for tbo Colonies
at 2 p in
Mr. F. M. Swanzy and wifo wore
aro among the returning katnaaiuas
on tho S. S. Monowai to-day.
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright havo a
notico olsewhoro, addressed to tho
creditors of Robert William Holt.
M. F. Robinson has n notico olso
whoro, forbidding shooting ovor va
rious lauds situated in tho Ewa dis
trict. Attention is called to the sale of
rattan and willow furniture at L. J.
Levey's, to bo held to-morrow at
Mr. W. S. Terry, principal of the
Hilo Boardiug School, and wifo
among tho roturning island peda
gogues. Mr. F. S. Pratt, lato Hawaiian
Cousul-Gonoral at San Francisco,
returned home on tho S. S. Mono
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Miknhala 1110 bags sugar, 51 bags
cotlee, 79 bags awa, 31 hiucs, 'M bead
cattle, ami 0 pkgs sundries.
From Victoria, B C, per S 8 Miowora,
Aug24 M D Munsarrat, wife and 2 child
ren, Mrs T It Keyworth and cbild, Mrs G
H Luce, Mrs Geo M L Brown, Miss Town
ley, Mrs and Miss Seiirth. W C JSicbols, O
Abbott and wife, J H Harvey, and 5-' pas
sengers in transit.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Mika
bala, Aug U5 H U Palmer, Br Lindley,
Judge Malielona. Miss M Mahelona, Miss
M Sunter, Miss J Bates, Sister Alburtina,
Cornelia Kaumka, Mrs P Harrison, Miss
Harrison, Tung Hong, Uliang In. W Bai
ley, Mrs D Taylor, Miss Fhocue Kamaile,
and 51 deck.
From San Francisco, per II M S S Mono
wai, Aug 23 Ensign BeW'itt Bloiuer hn
eign Harry H Caldwell, Miss B Davidson,
Miss J Denzer, Miss M Dice. John Dyer,
Miss Emmes, Miss E Galium, Ensign
Henrv H Hough, Miss M Kinney, J H
Lovejoy, S J Muguire and valet, Miss A E
Maguire, Miss M McLellan, Miss Ida M
Pope, F S Pratt, Chas F Preston. Miss E M
Richardson, Miss B Sears, Ensign Thos J
Senn, Miss M Annie Smith, Mis I Stur
geon, Miss Laura Sturgeon, F M Swanzy
and wife, W S Terry ami wile, W G Walker
and wife, Ensign Arthur L Wielurd, ltu
dolph Wulling, and 45 steerage, betides
about 40 cabin and 47 steerage in transit.
For San Francisco, per ItMBB Ala
meda, Aug 21 J Kock, V H Willard, wife
and child, B F Willard. Miis E K Lee, H
Callendur, Mrs Capt A Fuller and i-on,
Miss O Fuller, Miss Nnnanglen, J T Mc
Grew. AD Baldwin, Pi of J L Howard, Mis
H F Lewis and child, H P Dyer and wile,
Miss D Lyle, Miss N Egan, U Sorenson. A
Knudsen, E Madder, Miss Broughton, Rev
S B Wakefield, Mrand Mrs KD Wal bridge,
John Wilson, Mrs H P Baldwin, Miss IS K
Lee, Andrew Moure, J A Moore, HA Dana
Palest, Kev O P Emerson, .1 S Emeisun,
JhrGvanTets T H F van Patte, Miss M
F Stowell, B R Banning, Mrs C H Ban
ning, J D Keith and wife, E C Macfarlaue,
Miss Wakefield, Rev Wm ltader, and loin
tbo steerage, and b'i through passengers.
Capt. M. Fyson lias succeeded Capt.
Nelson In command of the Hawaiian bark
The R. M. S. S. Alameda took for San
Francisco the following cargoes: SOJrt bags
sugar, W. G. Irwin & Co.: lio'J bunches aud
crates bananas, Chas. Wilcox; 71 bunches
bananas, W. Costa; 114 bunches bananas,
John Shaw; V00 bunches bananas, 50 pieces
pineapples, Geo. Lycurgus; 427 bunches
bananas, Campbell, Marshall it Co.; 0j3
pieces green hides, 300 pieces sheepskins,
K F Porter; 0t0 pineapples, John Kidwell.
Domestic value, $15,0b4.
The British bark George Thompson,
which arrived at Port Townsend on Aug.
10th from Newcastle, N. H. W., brings the
particulars of the wreck of the British bark
Oirvan of Ayr, Scotland. The Glrvjn
foundered at sea June 12, in latitude Hi
deg. 30 sec. south and longitude 157 ileg.
7 sec. west. She was six days out from
AewcasUe, bound from Newcastle to San
Francisco coal laden. All the crow was
savd except one man, tho carpenter, who
was washed overboard while atiempting to
clear away some rigging after the masts
weie carried away. Tim Thompson landed
the crew of twenty-two at Norfolk Island.
The Girvan was valued at 170,000. She
was In Honolulu In November, lbUO.
WALKER-KLUSSMANN-In this citv,
August 24, lb!, by the Kev. Alex.
Mackintosh, John Walker to Sophie
Klussmann, both of Honolulu.
A draft of ono bluejacket arrived
from Maro Island navy yard on tho
S. S. Monowai to-day for tho U. S.
Li mo aud cedar shingles, ex Mio
wera, will bo auctioned off by J. F.
Morgan to-morrow (Saturday), at 12
By the naval chauges determined
on for next year, Commodores Walk
er, Ramsay and Skerrett will bo ad
vanced a stage.
Conclusion of Conspiracy Trial
Civil Oaso Hearing.
After tho recess whon our roport
closod yesterday in tho conspiracy
trial, Mr. Croightou argued his mo
tion for discharge nt length, and
counsol for prosecution replied
briefly with citation of authority.
Judgo Whiting over-ruled tho mo
tion this morning, Mosirs. Croigh
ton and Foterson noting oxeoptious.
No witnossos woro put on for tho
defense. Mr. Croightou nddrossod
tho jury for tho defense, followed by
Attorney-General W. O. Smith for
tho prosecution. Tho latter closod
at 20 minutes to 3 this afternoon.
Judgo Whiting's charge occupied 12
minutes. Tho remaining timo till
3 o'clock, whon tho jury rotirod (o
consider their verdict, was occupied
in tho Court's passing upon requests
for special charges by counsol for
tho defense. Somo of t'hom woro
granted, and to tho rofusals excep
tions woro noted.
Thoro was a largo crowd present.
Major Wodohouse, British Minister.
Consul-Gonoral Fuji! of Japan and
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh woro among
At 3:27 tho jury returned with
Mr. G. Brown as foromau, and an
nounced their verdict, to bo not
guilty, three dissonting.
Tho prisoners woro discharged
and received tho congratulations of
hosts ot frionds.
Before Judge Cooper and a foreign
jury was tried L. Ahlo vs. Tai Lung,
assumpsit. C. W. Ashford for p,ain
tiff; Hatch for defendant. Verdict
TEAOHEBS FOR KAWAIAHAO.
As tho Monowai will not be in
port this evening, tho P. G. band
will give its twice-deferred concert
at Sans Souci at 7:30.
H. N. B. Concert at Sanu Souci.
Tho Huwaiian National Band, J.
Libornio, leader, will play at Saus
Souci, to-morrow, Saturday evening,
at 7 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gram; PART I.
March High School Cadets . .. Sauza
Overture-William Tell Rossini
Polka The Twin Brothers (Two Cor
net Solos) Hevrelles
Selection Norma Bellini
Three Hawaiian Songs.
Air The Plrato Bellini
Waltz Sobrelas Olas (Ovor the Waves)
Mazurka Hawaiian National Baud,
Galop Akrobaten ZiUolV
Tho S. S. Alameda which loft yes
terday morning for San Francisco
carried from tho Post Office 2678
letters and 757 papers.
To-morrow, at 10 o'clock a.m., L.
J. Levey will sell, at his auction
rooms, certain furniture, etc., seized
for non-payment of rent.
Tickets for tho Scottish Thistle
Club's concert, to bo given on next
Mondfiy evening, ma' be obtained
from T. Liudsa', Fort street.
Two bluejackets have been report
ed as deserters from tho U.S S. Bos
ton. They aro believed to havo
stowed away on tho S. S. Miowera.
The S. S. Miowora arrived yester
day from Vancouver, a day late on
uccount of tho delay of tho mails.
Sho left again at midnight for tho
By tho Miowera tho Metropolitan
Meat Market has received a con
signment of fresh salmon from Brit
ish Columbia, which they aro selling
at 20 cents a pound.
Ensigns Do Witt Bloomer, Harry
H. Caldwell, Arthur L. Wielaud,
Thos. J. Senn, Henry H. Hough and
Arthur L. Wieland urrived on tho S.
S. Monowai for tho U. S. Cruiser
An Italian harper and a small boy
dressed in a sailor's suit with a violin
are lato arrivals from the Colonies.
They amused people on Fort street
yesterday evening and are about
J. Hopp & Co., furniture dealers
and upholsterers, King street, havo
just received a fine now invoice of
goods and expect a further supply
shortly, wJiich they will sell at San
Mr. G. L. Edwards, teacher, has
returned from his trip to San Fran
cisco, where he found his parents in
excellent health. He looks well and
will leave for his station at Kalua
alin, Molokai, on Monday.
All members of tho Honolulu
Cricket Club aro requested to bo
early on the ground to-morrow af
ternoon for tho weekly match.
Stumps havo to bo drawn earlier
now owing to tho shortening of tho
Tho Catholic Mission advertised a
horse lost in tho Bulletin' 3'estorday.
Early this morning a telephone mes
sage was received from tho Mission
stating that tho animal had been
found through this papor. Another
link to tho chain of evidonco testify
ing to t he valuo of advertising in the
Changes in tho Schedule of Through
and Local Steamers.
This news given in an editorial
paragraph yesterday about the
change of dato of next month's
through steamer from San Francisco
for the Colonics is confirmed by the
arrival of a now timo-tablo by tho
Monowai. The Alameda will leave
San Francisco on Sept. 21 instead of
14 as previously advertised. Suc
ceeding outward, steamers will sail
at intervals of four weeks. The
homeward bound steamers will not
bo changed, so that they will call
hero a week ahead of tho steamers
fiom San Francisco, instead of a day
as now. After tho Australia's next
trip sho will leave Sau Francisco and
Honolulu on Saturdays instead of
Wednesdaj-s. Steamers from San
Francisco will thoroforo arrive hero
Sept. 6 and 28, Oct. 7 and 26, etc.,
aud steamers for San Francisco will
depart Sept. 13 aud 21, Oct. 14 and
Largo Roinforcomout Soourod
Miss Ida M. Pope, principal of the
Kawnmhuo Semln iry, who left hern
latt year for the East to tocuro a stuff
of lady teachers for that tuliunl, arriv
ed home this moriiiii on the S. S.
Monowai, with her mis.Mou nccom
plithed. The names of the mldhinn to
the local Muff arc .Mi-m M. It. Kinney,
Miss L. W. Kinney, Mrs. Ma H Stur
geon, tho Misses K. E. Gilluni, Jennie
Denzer, Bertha Scnru, I' Uelln David
eon, M. Dico nnil Noiu Sturgeon
Snys the Evening Telegraph of
Bucyrus, Ohio: Among the seven
touchers employed are throe well
known to the citizens of this communi
ty, who loft yuMcidiiy afternoon with
Miss Popo. Those are Miss Bcrthu
Sours, Mrs. Ida Sturgeon and Miss
Jennie Denzer. Miss Scars graduated
from our public si hools with the clues
of 1887. Miss Dcnzor will have charge
of the woik in her special line in the
Industrial dcp.iitmunt, and u more
suitable selection could h.iidly be
made. Aud our citizens who aro best
acquainted with Mrs. Sturgeon have
faith that her talents will make her
an efficient teacher. Three others
who have been engaged will join the
party before the Bucyrus ladies reach
The young ladies were accompanied
as far us Chicago by Henry Pope,
who will remain two weeks in Unit
oily, the ladies remaining live duyn.
Another member of the party was
Miss Nora Sturgeon, who will reside
with her mother in Honolulu. The
party will cross the continent via Den
ver and Coloiado Springe, visiting Miss
Mabel Hofinaii at tne latter place.
'I hey will mil from San Francisco on
August 17 and reach Honolulu Aug
BECOVEBED HIS "LIFE."
His Decorations of War
Poaco Still Hissing.
An Addition to Our Local Menagerie.
Purser J. B. Sutton, of tho S. S.
Alameda, brought from the Colonies
on Wednesday for Mr. J. J. Williams,
tho photographer, an Australian
opossum. It is a young tamo animal
aud much resembles a coon, being
about tho samo size. It differs some
what from tho American 'possum in
asmuch as tho American animal has
a smooth tail, while this ono has a
bushy ono. It is bushy all ovor with
tho exception of undorneath, where
it is all clean, lho 'possum was
taken to Mr. Williams' residence at
Makiki, where, on being released,
temporarily, it ran up tho side of
the house (there being no gum treo
handy) aud suspendod itself from a
beam by its tail, like a monkey.
Purser Sutton stated to Mr. Wil
liams that when tho 'possum was al
lowed its liberty at night, it would
scamper up tho rigging and ovor the
side of the ship, always returning to
its bunk in the morniug.
Professor Bergor, bandmaster, tho
other day on returning to his room
discovered that a sneak thief had
been there in his absence. From a
bureau drawer a tin box had been
stolen, containing a life insurance
policy and other private papers, to
gether with medals won by tho pro
fessor in the Franco-Prussian war
and decorations conferred upon him
by the late King Kalakaua. Owing
to the previous stealing of tho key,
the room was unlocked.
Yesterday Prof. Borger was called
up by Mrs. Arnold, who said a box
had been found on the banks of the
Waikahalulu stream abovo Smith's
bridge. Ho immediately wont there
and identified tho box as the ono
stolen. One sido of the box was
pried open as with a blunt instru
ment. Tho professor's medals and
decorations had been removed, but
happily his life policy and other
papers of value were intact. There
is a chance that tho articles may yet
conio to light again, in somo "fence"
or elsewhere, but Mr. Burger is in
tho moautime happy ovor tho recov
ery of tho stolen documents.
m m m
Mr. H. J. Mayors, of Oakland, Md.,
says: "I iiavo som thirteen uotties
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to-day ana am literally sold out.
This is tho largost sale on record of
any one preparation in a day over
our counters. It gives tho best sat
isfaction of any cough medicino wo
handle, and as a seller it leads all
other preparations on this maiket."
For sale by all doalors. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawai
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Musin. the Violinist.
Mons. Ovido Musin, who charmed
Honolulu last year with his fine
violin playing, was injured in a col
lision on tho Chicago and North
western Railroad, and claimed dam
ages as reported in the Bulletin at
tho time. It appears ho had a linger
hurt so that he could not keep
engagements for some timo. Ho re
covered $2750 and now his manager,
Robert E. Johnson, besides suing
him for an accounting and division
of certain profits, also claims a sharo
of tho damages recovered from tho
Felt Lucky Ho Wasn't Shot.
Mr. E. R. Hendry rocoived inform
ation the other day that a China
man had beou trying to sell a gold
watch at tho Chinese Theatre. Tho
fellow is reported to have said it
was lucky ho had not boon shot, for
the man of the houso where ho got
the watch had (irod at him. Noth
ing has thus far oomo of this slight
cluo to tho thief of Mr. Hendry's
AUCTICXN" SALE OF
Mrs. A. A. WilUama
For the Good of Others
Rev. Mr. Wllltama ITcartUv En
eloiws llood'a Sarin par Ilia.
Wc are pleased to present this from
Rev. A. A. Wllllanw, of the Slllsbco
street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass. :
" I sco no reason why a clergyman, moro than
a layman, nlio l:now3 whereof ho spe3kj,
should hcsltuto to approve an
Article of Merit
nnd worth, from which ho or hh family havo
boon signally benefited, nnd whoso commenda
tion may ocrvo to extend tlioso benefits to
others by Increasing their confidence. My wifo
has for many ycais uoen a suHcrcr from sovcro
for which sho found llttlo help. Sho has tried
many things that promHwf . well but per
formed little. Last fall a friend gavo her a hot
tlo ot Hood's sarsaparllla. It seems surprls
Inrc what simply ono liottlo could and did do
for her. Tho uttacka of hcadacho decreased In
number nnd wcro less violent In their inten
sity, while her general health has been Im
proved. Her nnpcUto has also been batter.
From our cxpcrlciico with
I bavo no hesitation In endorsing lu merltt."
A. A. Williams.
HOOD'S PlLLO arotlio bolt family cathuUo, j
teotlo on i oOociIto. Try a box. Pike S5o
HOBKON, NEWMAN fc CO., !
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
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 he 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 better and
makes pigments more brilliant
than the purest aud best linseed
It possesses tho remarkable
property of "covering" with
much less pigment than any
other oil. It aUo mixes in larger
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lasting
and wearing properties.
Tor This Week Only !
Bao Fort Street, Honolulu.
TABLE -:- LINENS
SIX SPECIAL BARGAINS !
Fine White Table Linen, 01 inches widu nt
50 CentH per Yard
Extra Fine Bleached Table Linen, 04; inches wide at
90 Cents per Yard
Unbleached Damask Table Lin?n, 51 inches wide at
40 Cents per Yard
Unbleached Damask Table Linen, fine quality at..
50 Cents per Yard
Unbleached Damask Table Linen, extra quality, 03
inches Vide at GO Cents per Yard
Red Damask Table Linen at GO Cents per Yard
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable.
gESThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
ETO., ETC, ETO,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1393.
Lime & Shingles !
TO-MORROW, Aug, 26th
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
A.T MY SALiH3K.OOM3
I WILL SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION
000, Bbls Roche Harbor Lime
200 M Cedar Shingles,
ALL IN GOOD OIIDER.
Just Received Ex "Miowera."
JML. S. LEVY
75 FORT STREET 75
J"a.s. F. Morgan,
Mr. John Walker, who for snrornl
yunr.s past litis had tho churgo of T.
H. Duvics & Co.'s oxtensivo ware
houses on tho esplmimlo, wns mar
ried yesterday ovoning by tho Jtov.
Alex. Mackintosh to Miss Sophie
Klussmann of this city. Tho Bulle
tin wishes tho uowly married couplo
a long and happy wodded career.
Chief Justice Judd will bo
to duty tho first of September.
Judge J. K. Kupau, District Magis
trate of Wuiauno, rocoived a renewal
of his commission for two years to
day. Mr. II. G, Bryant aud Miss Green
woll woro married at Koua at 10
o'clock yostitrduy morning by Hov.
S. 11. Davis.
It is reported that tho P. G.
guards who insulted Mrs. T. B, WaL
ker woro oipellud from tho army
by th courtmarUal.
Mr. Chas. Good, of tho photo
graphing establishment of Murceau,
San Francisco, arrived on thoS. S.
Monowai. Mr. Good is in poor
health and comes principally for
that rcasou. Mr. J. J. Williams,
however, hai secured the services of
tho water color and crayon artist to j ian IrIhikK
open a uupnrwnuui in uis usiaousu
Mr. Thomas Battu, editor of the
Graphic, Toxarkana, Arkansas, has
found what ho believes to bo tho
best remedy in existence for tho flux.
His experience is woll worth romom
boring. Ho says: "Last summer I
had a vory severe attack of llux. I
triod almost every known remedy,
none giving relief. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea J?emo
dy was recommended to mo. I pur
chased a bottle and received almost
immodiato roliof. I continued to
use tho medicino aud was entirely
cured. I tuko ploasuro in recom
mending this remedy to any person
sufl'eriug with such a disease, as in
my opinion it is the best modieiuo
in existence." 25 ami f0 cuut bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for the llawai-
PrinceM Kaiulani is at present io
I siding ut ilio large shoomaUing vil
! Inge of Burtou-Lntiiner, in North
ninptoushiiu, occupying with an el
dm ly lady companion a pretty house,
i half-cottago, half-villa. Tlio hoiibu
i is in a small garden, and is very
l pleasantly situated. Tho young lady
Is nstuoined by the few Burton peo
ple with whom eho has bocomo au
Miss Surah Emmes, formerly of
Honolulu, urrived from Sau Iruu
cisco to-day on a visit to her rela
tives. Mrs. J. Weir Robertson, her
histor, who loft on tho S. N. Castle
the other day, will be disappointed
on ni riving ovor to iiud her sister
Messrs. , G. and Ulysses Ord
way locoived tho sad news of tho
death of their mother at Sau Mutuo
by tin S, S. Monowul to-day.
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLA.IMH
ugninst Robert YVlllituu Holt ver
sonnlly aro requested to present the stitnc
without ricltiv t the Oltlce of
BRUOE ,fc A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
Honolulu. Auk. -ax I8!H. 812-tf
X 63 Toiih Register, subtaii
tiully built of Oak and Ccdnr;
Co!cr and Copper Fastened.
ror prut nun uiiruuiuurp uppiy
ll.tr THKII, H. II A VI
NOTICE IB HEREBY
given tlmttlio follow
liiK described Animols will
be sold nt I'ubliu Auction,
on HATURDAY. Uc-lit. I).
lh'jli, at vi o'clock noon, ut the (lovurmuiijit
Pound at Mukllci:
1 Buy Horte brundrd "O.M" on rigltt
bind k'i;. , , ,
1 Bay Horse branded "IJ" on right lilud
Ihji, lso "Y" on left hind !.'.
1 D.irk horrel llorm branded "It" on
rlphl bind leg.
1V Owner of the abovo Animals must
send in their eliiliim within II da , other
bu they will bu hold on the date abovo
limited. 1). K.AOAO,
Honolulu. Aug. i, lbiu, HI '.'-.' t
From tbe Manager of Paaubau Plantation
Co., Uamakua, Hawaii.
Wm. Lktts Omveii, E-q., Manager Ameri
can Lucol Co., ban KraucUco.
A year ago I ii"cd some of the oil manu
factured by your Company to paint ono of
our I'lautatiou buildings, ut the samo time
painting adjoining buildings with paints
mixed with American ami Migiuu lun
scod Oils. The paint was mixed and up
plied by a competent workman.
The building painted with Lueol Oil re
tains its original appearance, while those
on which Linseed Oil was used faded some
time ago, tho paint becoming chalky. As
this l'iautution is on tho weather side of
the Island, and the climate eteentionallv
trying on l'uint, I consider the abovo to be
as thorough o test ns any to which your
Oil can nosslbla be subiected. itn sunerior-
ity being so apparent. I take plcasuro in
recommending tho Lucol Oil to ull users of
Yours verv Respectfully.
A. MOORE, Manager.
September 5, 1892.
WM. G. IRWIN A 00.,
Agents for tlie Hawaiian Islands
DURING MY TEMPORARY AR
heuco from thucuuiim, Mr. Clarence
M. White will act for mo In alt manors in
connection with Mncfarlanc .t C i . (lAll.
E. C. MACTARLANE.
Honolulu, Aug. V'3, 1S0J. 8U-3t
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
agahut A. A. Silva, htorekeeper,
Kinau street, Honolulu, are lieieby noti
llcd to present tho t-amc to the under
signed within au iliiyi or they will lu fur
ever bin red j and all pec-un indebted to
bald A. A. HJIva must make Immediate
t payment to M. R, du b-i at hM bUvu'
i ntoro on Kinau street, or to the under
signed. M. A. GO.SSALVl.b,
Honolulu. Aug. 2 1, Ib03. 8l-'-lw
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
Etc, Etc, Etc
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Roblnaon Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 625.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE M5.
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OV
IB. IF EHIILiEIS c go.
BOS & fS 1 1 FORT STK.E3EJT,
Osixrtoin. "Wetsiti FsLlorios J
A handsome Cotton Fabric. New Stles this Mason, tin cllectb are fac-slmiles ot China
bilks; to sou them menus to appreciate them.
Bilk finish Just out, real French design ure tho llnest und tbe erazo of tbe seaion.
Oashonere Sublimes SO Gents Yard I
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this season cntireh new and
for the price bus no equal.
Wliite Lawns EirxdL Dimity !
In Plain, Striped and Cheeked In great variety.
t?T DroBsmaklua. Under the Hanagomeut ol MRS. RUNNER. ,j&1
1 . Is
(it) c$ut a mouth,
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN.
A I.I. SHOOTING OF GAME ON
1Y Lands of Mnanalua, Halawa
A leu (below the Government llondj
trli'to! Komi, Island ol Oiilni, II,
Mrictly Forbidden without the neecs'ary
permit, which can bu bad on application
in J. M. Dowsoit. at the Ranking Houauol
lllshup V Co,
H. M, DAMON,
J. I. UUWBKTT.
Honolulu, Au. 17, mi. KHMw
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
lire ruit on all kind ol lumraueo Properly taken ut Current Rlik b
J. S. -WI-jKZEJIR.,
Afpnt for th lUmlUn UlasiU,