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OAHD RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KltOM AND AKTKM JUNK 1, 181)3.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Is it hot enough for you?
juries aro ougnged
To Ewa Mill.
Leave Pearl Olty ,..
Arrive Ewa Mill....
Leave Ewa Mill .
Li'ftve Pearl Olty.
The stonmor Clnuclino will take a
mail for llllo this ovoning.
St. Louis College will ro-opou tho
second Monday of Soptombor.
Mrs. CopoTnnd lins oponod the
"Oriental Bazaar" in tho Arlington
Tho Hawaiian Jockey Club will
moot at the rooms of Pacific Club
at 7:30 o'clock this evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Terry, of
Hilo Boarding School, leave for
homo on tho Claudiuo this ovoning.
J. H. Harrison givos notice that
ho will not bo responsible for debts
contracted without his written order.
SHOT THROUGH THE HEART.
Fnto of a Young Hawaiian
Markor at tho Butts.
AliARMED THE BOSTON.
Tidos, Sun and Moon,
nv r. J. ltosb.
a 3 p! r ' 'g
OAT. i.feBtrfcjla2i 85 a,
a m. p.m.'p.m. a.m. I
Mon. 20 4 M 4 Still 2(1 IU .W 5 42 I) 19 7 50
Tuns. '29, 5 20 5 10 11 JU 11 30 5 43 0 Is 9 10
Wed. o0 0 10 5 in 11 SO S 4i 0 17 8 41
i 'a.m. p.m.
Thins. SI n 40 0 10, 0 20, 1 10 S 41 0 IB I) 21
ft I. I1 7 45 7 C 0 40' 1 30 6 44 B Hi 10 10
hnt. I 2! II 0 3 40, 1 20, 1 .10 5 41 l' 11 0
Buu. 3 10 20 10 0 2 2U 2 111 5 41 0 U 11 18
, 11 II I .
Lii't quarter ot 41io moon on tlic2tl, a 1 111.
Time Whistle blows at Hi. 2Sm. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, wlileli it the Hume ni lib. Um.
0s. or Ureeiralchtiuif.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
The Pacific football team will
meet in tho Y. M. C. A. hall this
evening, for tho purposo of olocting
Tho libel suit of Captain Fergu
son against Autono Cloys has again
been conuuiiod, this titno to Tues
day, Sept. 5th.
M. Jesus was found guilty of driv
ing a vehicle without a light in tho
District Court to-day
to pay a lino of a.
MONDAY, AUG. 28, 1893.
Sunday, Aug. 23.
Btmr Claudlne from Maui
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Btmr James Makee from Kauai
Sehr Mary E Foster from Kauai
Monday, Aug. 21.
Btmr Claudlne for Maui at 5 p m
Stmr Waialcalo for Laliaina und Hnmakua
Stmt Mokolii fur Molokai
Stmr Kaalu for Waianae and Waialua
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Wilcox, Walters, for San
Hawaii at 10
tier bk Q V
Stmr Mikabala for Maul and
Stmr Jas Makee for Kapaa
btmr Wuiuleule for Kauul
Stmr U R Uishon for Kauai
Stmr Pelo for Makawt.i at 3 p m
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai at 5 p in
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Btmr Claudlne 325 bags seed cane, 101
bags bon-s, 175 baps potatoes, 100 bags
taro, 50 bags corn, 21 bbls poi, iOS hide-,
21 liugs, 30 head cattle, 71 pkgs sun
dries. Stmr Iwalani 20 head cattle, GO sheep, 10
bdls bides and JU pkgg sundries.
Stmr Hawaii 1OU0 bags sugar und 2J head
Stmr Jas Makee 2J00 bags sugar.
Bchr Mary E Foster 130O bags sugar.
Mr. J. J. Williams has a splendid
picture of President Dole, from tho
brush of Mr. Good, lato of Marceau's
studio, San Francisco.
Moonlight batliiug parties at Long
Branch Baths aro uumerous. Major
Sliorwood attonds with pleasure to
tho comfort of patrons.
Special bargains for this week only
at tho store of N. S. Sachs aro in
wash materials. Tho prices adver
tised speak for themselves.
Tho steamer Claudino will leave
for Maui at 5 o'clock this evening,
a day earlier, in order to be able to
return on Saturday morning.
Tho fine Japaneso stentnor Aikoku
Maru will bo despatched for Yoko
hama on or about Sept. 13. K.
Ogura & Cf., Robinson block, Hotel
street, aro tho agents.
Tho Scottish Thistle Club will
give a concort to-night in the club
room, Merchant street. Admission
is by ticket which may bo obtained
at T. Lindsay's, Fort street.
Tho Unknown nine defeated the
Myrtle club in a baseball game on
tho League ground on Saturday
afternoon by a score of 9 to 8. The
playing on both sides was good.
There was any quantity of music
in town on Saturday evening. An
organ grinder, a harpist, violinist
and the hurdy-gurdy at tho tnorry-go-rouud
wore all going at once.
Messrs. D. H. Davis and Albert
Lucas distributed to tho members
of Mechanic Engine Co. their first
dividend of the funds of the lato
company. 1 1 auiouutea to jjuj each.
Mr. Matthews, the clerk at Maka
Weli plautatiou, who was brought
from there to tho Hospital in a very
low condition, has improved con
siderably and is now able 'to bo out.
Gus. Schuman has matched his
bay pacing mare against T. Hol
linger's sorrel stallion.for S230 a side.
The race, best three iii five, will take
place at tho Kapiolaui Park on Out.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Am bgt Consuelo, from San Fiaucisco for
iauuiui, Aug o
Bktne Klikitat, from Puget, Sound, due
Ger bk J U Plluger, from Bieraen, due Out
Qer bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Am ship Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am bk Amelia, from Pugol Sound, Aug 30
Vessels in Port.
UBS Boston, Day, from a cruise
USB Adums, Nelson, from a cruise
Am bk Elizabeth Graham, Anderson, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am bgtne W O Irwin, Wllliums, from San
Am bk Albert, Griffiths, from San Fran
cisco Am bk Alex McNeil, Sorman, from San
Br bk Paithenopo, Heul, from Newcastle,
jn h v
Brschr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Am bk S C Allen from S.ui Francisco
Br bk Velocity from Hongkong
From Makanell, per btmr Jas Makee,
Aug 27 Uhus Uay, It Mist, Master Mack
intosh. From Molokai, per stmr Mokolii, Aug
211 H Van Glesen, Misses Testa (2), J
McCorriston, U J Kunikuu und 10 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Aug 27
Mrs M S lliee, Uev H Isenberg and wile,
1 H Isenberg and wile, MNs (iruu, Mis H
Glade, Mibs Blackhead, Miss Hendricks. A
Cui'kburn, Curler A llolviilc, U Hugens, 2
Japanese a nd 45 deck,
rom Muui, per stmr Claudlne, Aug 27
Mrs HAP Curler, Miss Curroll, .Miss Ap
pinton, G Ho-H, Mrs Jaoiicn, Mrs Bailey,
Alihs Juouen, J U Iohupa. Miss 11 Cornnclt,
Miss K Cornwall, Mrs Widdillold, Misses
Wlddilleld (2). Mrs J N B WIIIIuiun child
and servant. Mis W L Green, L V Hughes,
W H Cornwoll, Miss Altiiianu, G Ditvics,
Miss F Wutmoro, Miss Lumpmaii, C Holt,
Bro Martin, Bro Anthony, 11 Birch, II ltey
iiolds, Goo Tung, Young Tung und MldcuK.
For Muni, per stmr Cluudiue, Aug 'ii
Mrs Bailey, Mrs Dousett, Mrs Pierce, V O
Walker and wife. 1.11 Hughes, J no Dyer,
Geo Irvine, H Birch, Miss Spencer, J W
Oolvillo, MUs M b Mclennan, Mlxs Annlo
Smith, Bro Bush, Miss Kupuule, Mrs liar
bottle, M Hukuolu, A Lidgule, Y S Teirj
and wife, Geo Brown.
Chinese have begun taking out
permits for the bark Velocity, to
sail the latter part of tho week. It
is said about a hundred will leave
by this vessel, but only seven havo
thus far taken out permits.
T. Lindsay tho jeweler has a
fresh biipply of those lovely Hawai
ian flag badges in gold and enamel.
They are just tho thing to wear at
tho 2.i September races. Hurry up
and get one.
An addition to Mr. S. M. Damon's
unique aggregation of native grass
houses, Swiss and Japaneso cottages,
etc., at Moaualua has arisen in the
form of a massive triple arcli of
masonry over the driveway.
Tho steamer Cluiidiuo will take several
passengers lor Hilo.
Tho burk B. U. Allen bus conic ofl the
ways thoroughly cleaned,
The steamer Ilunull will leave for Uuinii.
kua ports on Weduesduy.
Tho steamer Pelo will IcuvofurMitkuttclt
to-morrow with a supply of coal,
The Gcrinun bail: G, N, Wilcox took in
more ballast to-day. She will 1cum to
morrow for the Count.
Tho grounds and vorandis at
Sans Souci, Waikiki, woro packed
with people on Saturday ovoning,
tho attraction being a concert by
the Hawaiian National Band. The
music by tho boys waa exception
The Aikoku Maru, 2000 tons, duo
shortly at this port from Yokohama,
is about 600 tons 'larger than tho
Culara which was to havo conio
here. Tho Aikoku Maru may turn
out to be our old friend tho Zambesi
under a Japanese namo.
There was a rush at the Post
Oflico stamp window this morning,
wliou it was Known tuat tno sur
charged postal cards and envelopes
wore ready for sale. Stamp brokers
carrying away stacks of thorn woro
quite numerous, By noon tho stock
Margaret A. Lidgnto was commit
ted to the Insane Asylum 011 Satur
day morning by Judge Ifubiutson,
at the instance of her brother. The
woman had a touch of tiouto mania
about nine years ago, btit'goL bettor.
The brother believes the old com
plaint is coming back. There is no
apparent emtio for insanity.
Mr. W. A. Kinnoy, barrister, and
Miss Alice Mclirydo, daughtnr of
Iho lato Judgo McBrydo and sister
of Mrs P. It. Isenberg. woie niauied
at Wahiawa, Kauai, last Thursday
by Rev. II. Isenberg. .Mr. A. W.
Carter of Honolulu was lie.it inaii.
The guestn wore limited to relatives
and intimate friends of tlio couple,
A fntal accidout occurred at tho
rifle ran go of the Hawaiian Rifle As
sociation on Saturday afternoon,
Hanuwoln, a lad of about oighteon
years of nge, was shot through tho
back, whilo ho was standing behind
tho bulkhead, stationed about ton
feet nway from the 500-yard target.
Doputy Marshal Brown hold a coro-
nor s inquest yostoruay, and tho fol
lowing ovidonco was elicited:
J. Kidwoll, sworn: Was at tho
raniro on Saturday: tnv shot was
t hov marked by tho boyj J. S. Mnrtin
(tailor), firod and no response; it
may havo boon that tho shot wont
astray or wont through and killed
tho boy; A. Gnrtonborg shot uoxt
and 110 answer; ho challenged his
shot by ringing for tho boy; Dodge
rang tho boll several times, but no
answor; after Gartonborg's shot I
saw tho disc fall down; thought it
was tho careless handling of tho
disc, so gave 110 further thought of
it; I shot another shot and hit tho
bullsoyo; no response; so Dodgo
went down and found tho boy; ho
called us down; it's a usual thing for
tho boys to seo to tho putting up of
targots, and to tho flam, and when
anything is wrong to report tho fact
to the range committee.
Mr. Gartouberg, sworn: Was at
tho II. R. A. range on Saturday;
Kidwoll fired and was answered;
Martin shot and no answer; I fired
and tho disc fell down; I challenged
tho shot and received no response;
Kidwoll fired to call tho boy, and
hit tho target, but no mark for his
shot was given; Dodge found the
G. Karratti, sworn: Was ono of
tho markers; was at the 200-yard;
havo been markor for somo years;
tho markers themselves seo that tar
gets and bulkheads are all right; it
is their duty to report when any
thing needs repair; made reports
about my targets which wore attend
ed to; was at tho 500-yard target
when it was first empty; I reported
and no shooting took placo.
F. S. Dodgo, sworn: Am acquaint
ed with deceased; made arrange
ments with him to bo there Satur
day, and have everything ready at
1:30 p.m. for tho 500-yard target;
he placed tho flag on the bulkhead
and reported the fact; he always
put tho flag on the windward side of
the box. but this time he put it in
the middle; he was there all the
whilo we were shooting at the 200
vard tanret: Martin. Kidwell and
Gartenberg shot tho last three shots,
Kidwoll's shot hit tho target, aud
was marked: Martin's was not; Gar
tenberg fired aud ho got no roponse;
then we rang tho boll several times;
Kidwoll firod to call tho boy, no
answor; rode down and found tho
boy lying cramped up; found the
mark of Kid well's shot; it is about
three months sinco the bulkhead
was last repaired; about three weeks
ago I examined the bulkhead and
found it all right; tho significance
of the flag is to warn fishermen and
others, and also to show the direc
tion ot the wind; it's impossible to
say which of tho unanswered shots
killed tho boy; was not there when
Kiuwell urst shot.
D. W. Corbott, sworn: Was scorer
at tho 500 yards target; Kidwell's
shot was answered; Martin fired, no
answer; Gartenberg fired aud im
mediately tho disc fell down; Dodgo
found the boy dead, and waved his
hat to us.
Tho jury consisting of W. H. Toll,
J. P. Kuoha, D. L. Naono, Albert
McGurn, J. K. Iosepa and J. K. Na
ono rendered a verdict that Hanu
wela came to his death on the 20th of
August by a bullet through his
heart, said bullet being fired by ono
of certain persons who were engaged
in shooting at a certain target at
which Hanuwela was marking; which
bullot going astray penetrated the
bulkhead on account of a portion of
sand ballast having leaked out aud
behind which tho boy was standing,
said bullet striking tho boy in the
back, penetrating tho heart and
coming out of the breast, causing in
stant death, said accident being
caused by tho neglect of said Hanu
wela t o report to the range committee
tho unsafe condition of said bulk
head which it was his duty to do.
Tho fuueral took placo yesterday
afternoon, the obsequies being at
tended by a large number of people.
Tho expenses of the fuueral were
borne by tho Hawaiian Rifle Association.
A Ohlneso Sailor Amuses Himself by
Firing n Bomb.
Shortly after tho nine o'clock gnu
was fired from tho U. S. S. Boston a
loud report was hoard in the vicinity
of tho Ewa end of tho city front.
A tolophono mossago was received at
tho Polieo Station from the Boston
asking what tho shot was fired for.
Tho station clerk replied that tho
report had boon hoard, but whore it
originated no ono know. Enquiries
woro wirod to Captain Gootl, in com
mand of tho guards at tho Executive
building, and Captain Zieglor, at tho
Govornmeut building, but they know
nothing about it. Ollicors woro des
patched to Iwilei and nil around that
uortion 01 tno town aim iiunr uu
hire, Sfnrj) V, OTutlvn
of riquo, 0., car tiio riir-
elrlans aro AntimUUcil,
tnd look at her ll-o cuo
gout searching tho roport was located , , , , ,
to havo boon on tho bark Velocity. KQjQOfJ fmiTI ImH HAHf!
A Chiueso sailor had lit the iumj to UfilUwU UViU Uu UUUU
a irroat bitr Chinese bomb which ex
ploded. Whon ho found out how
loud tho roport was ho retired to his
bunk, whoro Captain Martin found
Supromo Court Returning:.
Tho Chipf Justico Hon. A. F. Judd
will return to town with his family
on Thursday next and will be in his
oflico tho next morning, Sept. 1.
Hon. Rich. F. Bickortou and wife
will return on Satuulay morning
from Maui whoro they havo been
enjoying their vacation.
Horn W. F. Frear and wife will re
turn to town to-morrow afternoon
aftor spending their honeymoon at
Kahuku, on this island.
Mr. Thomas Batte, editor of the
Graphic, Toxarkaua, Arkansas, has
found what he believes to bo tho
best remedy in existence for the flux.
His experience is well worth remem
bering. Ho says: "Last summer I
had a very sovero attack of flux.
tried almost ever' known remedy
none Riving relief. Chamberlain7!
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Romo
dy was recommended to me. I our
chased a bottle and received almost
immediate relief. 1 continued to
uso tho medicine and was entirely
cured. I take pleasure in recom
mending this.romody to any person
suffering with such a disease, as iu
my opinion it is the best medicine
in existence." 25 and 50 ceut bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for tho Hawai
Long and Terrible Illness
from Blood Poloonlng
Completely Cured by JTood'a
Mrs. Mary E. OTnllon, a very Intelligent
lady of Plqua, Ohio, wa3 rol3oncd wlillo as
sisting physicians nt an autopsy C years ago,
and soon irrrtblo ulcer broko out on her
head, arms, tonguo and throat. Her lialr all
came out Slio welshed but 78 lbs., and saw
no prospect of help. At last slio bcan to
tako Hood's Sarsnpnrllla and at onco Im
proved; could soon get out of bed and walk.
Bho say3i "I became perfectly cured by
nndam now a well woman. I weigh 128 lbs.,
cat well and do the work for a largo family.
My caso seems a wonderful recovery and
physicians look at mo In astonishment, u
almost litr one mined from Ihc dead."
HOOD'8 PlLLQ aliould bo In oTcrr family
tBCdicUio chott. Onco uicd. always prolorrod.
HOBKON, SEWMAS CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
SSO ir'ort Stfoot, Hoiaolulvi.
GREAT REDUCTION IN
"Wash -:- Materials !
Best Quality Sateens, plain and figured
0 Yards for $1.00
Fine Quality Flowered and Striped Mull
0 Yards for SI .00
Fancy Dress Ginghams, striped and plaid
j 8 Yards for S1.00
Cotton Pongee, light and dark ground; latest de
signs the entire line 0 lards tor SI .00
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable,
ftThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
Engine No. 1 was taken at a galop
to the Bell Tower this afternoon.
PIIANAIA At Wailnku, Maui, August
20, lb9J, to the wife of A. St. Chad 1'ii
anaia, a daughter.
KINNEY-McliUYDE At "Wahinna, Kau
ai, August 4, IB i3, by ltev. H. Isen
berg. Mr. Win. A. Kinney, of Honolu u,
to Miss Alice MuKiyde, daughter of
tho late Judge MehrjGt?, of Wahiawa,
HART At Homiknu, Hnwjlt. of heart
fiiluie, TIioiiiuh M. V. Hnrt, aged
about 3T years, a native of Cornwall,
Englanda rcideut of Hawaii for the
past seventeen years.
A MEETING OF THE MEMBEItS Ol'"
the Hawaihn Jockev Club will bo
held on MONDAY, Aug. 2th, at 7:0
o'clock r. m., at tbe Hoouis of the Pacific
Club. U. O. HE11GEK,
K14-2t Bee rotary.
Hooiiih to lot with board at Uani
Gold and Colored Enamel!
they are all gone.
and secure one before
Root Beer on draught at Boiihou,
Smith & Co.'h.
For Now Silks and Infants' Out
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Touit!. BoiiBon, Smith & Co,, Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu-
1 cumber Tonic, lionson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. R. I. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his otliue to Arlington House,
liotol street l'arlor No. I.
Dr. Goo. H. lluddy, D. D. S., has
removed his ollico from King street
to Jkretauia street, near Emma.
Mr, W. II. Benson, piano tuner,
has just returned from Maui, and,
as he will go to Hawaii next month,
orders should be sent him early.
The P, G. band will give a pub
lic concert at Emma Srjuaro this
ovoning at 7:30 o'clocik. The fol
lowing program will be rendered:
MclKERNY BLOCK, - FORT STREET.
A FINE JAPANESE STEAMER
make from an artificially pro
duced tiUM almost as elastic as
INDIA RUBBER, which, when
reduced by certain volatile sol
vents to the consistency of an
oil, can bo mixed with all pig
ments, and used in the 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 and best linseed
It possesses tho remarkable
property of " covering " with
much less pigment than any
other oil. It alno mixes in lurger
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lasting
and wearing properties.
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
H5TO., ETO.. ETC.,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
IsL. S. TJJET7"r
Robinson Block, Hotel Streat, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery i Cabinet Making
OS HANI) AN nXTKNMVi: ASSORTMENT 01'
Mr. and Mrs.. J. L. Holt i?uo
luau at Knlllii yesterday iu honor of
MU A. W. Hose of Jlilo, and Mr. W.
Hoy, of Kouu, iiowuli. About twenty
Untlor Mio law of 18U2 allowing
tlio immigration of 50011 CUimo tin
dir bonds to conliiio lliuinsolvi'h to
itirriunlttiriil labor, oulv iKihiuo boon
I n,'i0"d at tlm (Jliiiiuo buri'au of
i tlio Foreign Ollloo. Of tlii'oa iiiiin
a bur woro Ohinn.o who had boon ar-
MMtod foronlt'riii,' tlio country un
lawfully, but allowed to stay on tho
required bouda being put up for
Overture Seiiilmiiilo KohhIiiI
Clurlonct SjIo-1 Murtlri llfllliii
Coiiii't Solo l'ulnro lii);lor .Wuls'Hiboin
ltuiiiiiiltcoiu'c- uf Donlzuttl .Uudfruy
Mi'illm Xiylit In Nw York .
Euphonium bolo-ln thu I)uuj.
HaIIiu1-I.ii 1'uIoiiiu ....
WuluTliu bultmm . .
I Uauiili l'ouoi,
Duo here first week of iiuxt-moiitli directly
from Jnimu, will l Deipntcheil for
the ulxivu I'ort uu or ubout
Sept. 13, 1893,
(Instead of "Cumin" i formerly I
B& For furtlmr purtleulnm regarding
rnspage and Freight, apply to i
K. OGURA & CO., !
71W-U1 HoMl St., Kohinsrm Work.
Palace Ice Cream Parlors
Arlington Mock. Hotel BlneU
Ice Cream, Soda Water, Candy, Etc.
COFFEE, CHOCOLATE & TEA
MRS. ATW00D, Proprietress.
i ALOHA BATH HOUSE
I - NEAREST TO TOWN .
Good Accommodation for Bathers
I Boll Tolophono 167.
tlie Manager of Paaubau Plantation
Co., Hamakua, Hawaii.
W'm. Lhrrs Olivlr, EkQ., MniWRer Ameri
can Lucol Co., Bun rrauel-co.
A ear ago I uied somo of this oil iiiunu
fuUtired by jour Compuiiy to paint one of
our I'liintJlIon bullillnui, at tlio same time
painting adjoining ImlldiiiL's with painty
mixed with American anil KiikIUIi I-i"-seed
Oils. The paint was mixed and up
plied by a competent workman.
'the building painted with Lucol Oil re
tains its original appearance, while those
on which Unseed Oil waa used faded some
time ugo, the paint becoming chalky. Ar
this Plantation is on the weather .tide- of
the Island, and tho climate exceptionally
trying on Taint, 1 consider the above to bo
as thorough a test us any to which jour
Oil can possible be Hubjeeted, Its superior
ity being ho apparent. 1 take pleasure in
recommending tho I.ueol Oil to nil user of
Yourii very I'espeetfiilly.
A. MlJOKi;, Manager.
September ft, lh!U.
I' " J P I iv. r- tS
1 i iM
5A' r,V; .-!
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND Olt DAMAOKI) HOODS 1CKTT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Streot, oppo. Betliol Streot.
UKi.i, ti:uotiioni: rta. -v iw mutual tklkthonb ws.
AT THE FAMOUS hTOIti; OK
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
B. F. BHLBRS &c GO.
SOS & BU FORT STREET.
Oaxitoxn. Wash Falorios !
A imiidxomo Cotton Kubrlo, New btjlc this miiuii, the ellects u-e fuu-aiiiillcb of Cliltm
bilks, to U'U tbeiu iikmiiis to appreciate them.
Hill. IliiUh jurt out; real Trench design are tin finest and the eruze of the season
Cashmere Sublimes SO Cents Yard I
One of the bftinUoinunl Wash Materials iliia peason entirel) new und
for the price hut. no oipial.
"Wliite Lawns and Dimity !
Iu 1'lnln, btriped und ( becked iu great variety.
EST Dressmaking Under tho Mauauouiont oi MRS. RENNEIt. .!
Rodsted, Ground and Packed in Kona
kealekehe coffee co.Royai Insurance Company
TO It V II A ll IT Till' "
' Pacific Coast Home Supply Ass'n
Alter 6th of September
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
The lhiily Bulletin U Mix'! r.v
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