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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FllOM AND AFTKK JUNK 1.
To Kwa Milu
U. B. A.
a.m. r.M. r.M.
Lenve Honolulu 8:15 l:r 4:;tt
Leave Pearl Olty 11:30 2::i0 fitlO
Arrive Kwa Mill 0:57 2:ft7 5:30
0. II. U.
, A.M. A.M. P.M.
Loiive Kwa Mill 0:21 10:13 3:13
Lenve l'earl CI tv 0:.5 11:16 4:15
Arrive Honolulu . ..7:30 UsfiS i:6S
A. Saturdays onlv.
C. Sundays exeepted.
1). Sntunlnys executed.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 30, 1893.
LOOAL AND GENEBAIi NEWS.
Tho Councils will meet to-morrow.
Tho pollen forco litis buon incroas
ed by a young captain.
Tho Kamohamuhti Schools
open on 1th Sopt. Seo atlvt.
A cotrno is to let at 189 Nuuanu
strout, a very ilesirnblo plnco.
Work on t ho Ifcrctnnin street im
provement lias been resumed.
A iranir of workmen beean scran-
5?:!(,' ! iB tho J'ost Ollieo boxes this morn
C:' i :.,
Tlio Honolulu football club had
another praetieo yesterday after
noon. Mr. Daniel Porter, Circuit. Court
elork at Hilo, nnmo to town by tho
Tickets for tho races may bo had
at Mr. Levoy's ollieo auy time before
Conviction of Ohr. Qortz and Sent
Wednesday, Aug. 30.
Btmr Klnau from Maui and Hawaii
Btmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Bchr ICa Mul from ltoliala
Wednesday. Aug. 30.
Am bktno Kllkltat, Cutler, for Port Town
send Bark Velocity, Martin, for Hongkong
Btmr Hawaii' for Hamakua ut 4 p in
CnrROos from Island Porto.
Btuar Kinau 1 horse, 1 mule, 120 sheep. 25
bales wool, 33 hog, 30 bdls hides, 13
OD18 pol, aw oagi potatoes, eu uaga corn
and 'OpkR-i sundries.
From Hawaii and Maui, por stmr Kinau,
Aug30 From Volcano: F B Mnltby, Geo
Joorgens, Miss Cowan, Miss Strain. From
wuv ports: Miss Mabel Hitchcock, Miss F
Eaton, W M Pomroy, V Puck, H 11 Ander
son, Miss Esther Lyman. Miss Amelia
Borden, Kev S L Desha ami 2 children, V
E Howell, Dan Porter. Hashimshi. Mrs
Garlick, HT Taylor, K Makauioto, A Kidd,
H K Brous, Miss E Kobertson, Master Geo
Kobertson, J D Cockctt. Miss L Michel),
Master D Kckuewa, Master J Kekueuu, J
T Soper, KS Yegi, Kaju, John Tracy, Ed
Wilcox, wife ami chilu, H Z Austin, Win
H Campbell, Hen Lvons, Walter Lorrie,
Miss White and 10J deck.
For San Francisco, per bgtne W. G. Irwin,
Auk 29 E Jennings, B Uoaseler and E B
Chr. Gertz was found guilty of
tho unlawful importing of opium,
by a foreign jury yostorday, two
jurors dissenting. Judgo Whiting
has appointed to-morrow for sent
encing tho dofendant.
In tho civil case of Bishop & Co.
vs. C. E. Williams, a foreign jury re
turned n verdict for tho plaintiffs.
Judgo Cooper is presiding in tho
first courtroom to-day, hearing for
eign jury criminal cases.
Ynkichi had tho o liar go against
him of assault with a dangerous
weapon changed to siniiilo assault,
to which ho pleaded guilty and was
lined S20. Peterson for dofondant.
Ah Chow was tried for keeping a
lodging house without a license, It
was proved that ho was only n ton
tint of the house, and, on motion of
Mr. Hartuoll for tho dofouso, tho
Court instructed tho jury to roturu
a verdict of acquittal.
Ah Keong is on trial this after
noon for unlawful possession of
opium. Deputy Attornoy-Gonoral
Wilder for the prosecution; Carter
ol Health is meeting ' iv Carter for the tlefonuant
ALIi THE EVENTS FULL.
Mr. W. E. Rowel I, Superintendent
of Public Works, has returned from
this afternoon, with
business to transact.
A rumor is ntloat that tho Queon's
last Cabinet will bo arrested on
Saturday for treason.
A Chinaman was fined S20 in tho
District Court this morning for as
saulting a Chtneso informer.
Tho Hawaiian Sportsmen's Associ
ation will hold a meeting al tho Ho
tel at 7:30 o'clock this evening.
Tho dredge picked up a Mexican
dollar bearing dato of 1830 yostor
day from tho bottom of tho bay.
That brown maro recovered by tho
Bulletin tho other day has again
strayed from tho Catholic Mission.
A notice in regard to trespassing
on the lands of Kapahulu, mauka of
Kapiolani Park, appears elsewhere.
The S. S. Warrimoo will bo duo to
morrow from the Colonies en route
I to Vancouver, B. C. She will take a
Dr. S. Asano is going to Kohala
by the Kiuau on Friday, and will be
ausout from Honolulu for two
Mr. Harry Z. Austin, teacher at
Kealia, Kaiiai, is in town again after
a visit to his old stamping ground
Mr. J. D. Cockett, who has been
f a holiday al 'Kawainae,
returned by tho Kinau this
Judgo Whitiug is hearing divorce
cases in tho second courtroom to
day. iTaili (w.) vs. Nawai Namailou. A.
Rosa for plain ti If; C. W. Ash ford
and F. M. Wakefield for defendant.
Defendant was tried for assault with
n deadly weapon at this term, on ac
count of his shooting exploits when
ho caught his wife in a social group
away from homo ono night. A un-
tivo jury that tried him disagreod.
1 Tlio tlivorco trial is still on.
Foreign jury civil cases will bo
called to-morrow forenoon.
j Judgment record has been entered
i against L. Ahlo for S65 22, amount
! of costs in his unsuccessful suit
against Tai Lung for tho recovery
I Judgment record has been filed
against Emilie do Herblay aud Paul
Neumann in fnvor of Samuel Norris
j for $1335, boiug amount of damages
and costs recovered from defendants
in July, 1892, for instituting bank
ruptcy proceedings acainst Col. Nor
ris which they failed to sustain. This
amouut will reduce by so much the
judgment for S12,032 obtained by
Emilie de Herblay of New York in
I her assumpsit suit against Col.
Norris, which has been in the courts
hero for several years.
DROWNED AT SEA.
Entries for tho Various U.tcos on
Tho entries for tho coming races
at Kapiolani Pork closed nl tho of
fice of Mr. C. O. Borger, Secretary
of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club, at 2
o'clock this afternoon. All tlio races
have boon filled ami some very in
teresting races may be expected.
In tho hrst race, tho Queen's Purse,
hnlf-milo dash, running race, there
aro throo entries. Second, Honolulu
Purse, trotting and pacing, throe
entries. Tho third is the match
raco botweon Duko Spencer anil
Lord Brock. Both are in trim for
tho fray. Fourth, President of the !
Club's Cup, trotting and pacing,
three outrios. Fifth, Kalakaua Cup,
ono mile dash, running race, three
entries. Sixth, Kapiolani Park Purse,
trotting otui pneing, inree onirics
Sovontu, Uceauic fc. b. uo.s,
three-quarter milo nasi
raco. four entries.
Tho raco track has been
down and is in fine condition.
L U C 0 L ! SPECIALBARGILIS
Messrs. Walter Hill anil J. W.
Smith started from town yesterday
to make tho circuit of this island oh
horseback. They will return on
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
5BO iPoi't Street, Honolulu.
GREAT REDUCTION IN
Wash -:- Materials !
A Boston Dressmaker
Best Quality Sateens, plain and
Fine Quality Flowered and Striped Mull
.5 Yards for 1.00
Fancy Dress Ginghams, striped and
signs the entire
All Who Suffer Similarly, Ro
mombor, HOOD'3 CURES.
Arrived Aug. I-', steamer ClatuUne from
Hamakua, steiitner Kinau from Honolulu;
11, steamer Mikaliala from Kailua; in,
Bteamcr Kinau from Hilo, steamer (J 1 un
dine from Hamakaa; 19. bteumer Mikalmla
from Honolulu, Meaincr Clauiline fiom
Kawailiae; '2i, steamer Kinau from Hono
lulu; 24, steamer Mikahala from Kailua;
29, steamer Kinau from Hilo.
Sailed Aug. 12, steamer Claudine for
Honolulu, steamer Kinau for Hilo; 11,
steamer Mikahala for Honolulu; IS, steam
er Klnau foi Honolulu; 10, Meamcr Clau
dine for Honolulu, steamer Mikahala tor .illr,.,j .)... i.-.i rPl,m a-.nn (,-, cinf)
Kailua; 23, stunner Kiimu for Hilo; 21, ""tea t jo Unil lrotn ...UlJ lo CslUU,
ttcniner Mikaluilti tor Honolulu; 29, Muaiu
er Kinau for Honolulu.
Tho annual meeting of tho Trus
tees of tlio Anglican Church in Ha
waii will bo hold in tho old pro
cathedral building on Sept. 21.
In the report of the conttiuanco
of Mr. Kenyon's libel caso, it should
have been stated that tlio Court re-
WATPA In thi city, Aug. 21, to the wifo
of Captain Kob'ert Parker Waipa, a
Heavy Fino for Assault Resulting
' From a Ten-Cent Quarrel.
On Sunday night a Portuguese
named Manuel Costa got on a Boro-tania-street
traracar driven by an
other Portuguese named S. J. Allen,
at the corner of McKibbin's lane.
Costa offered Allen, who acted in
the dual capacity of driver aud con
ductor, a ton-cent piece. Allen re
fused to take the money, as he claim
ed it was bad coin, aud threatened
to put Costa off the car. Hot words
passed between the pair and blows
might havo eusued but for the pres
ence of several ladies in the car.
Costa jumped off at Alapai aud
Beretauia streets probably tho
place whore ho wanted to get off.
On the following night (Monday)
Alien put up his car as usual at 11
o'clock at the Puuahou Stables, near
tho Woodlown Dairy, and was walk
ing homo when ho saw Costa jump
out of a Chinese hack aud come
toward him. Costa asked Allen what
he meant by insulting him on the
car, and assaulted him. Allen called
out for help and some of tho stable
hands ran to his assistance. Costa
jumped in the hack aud drove to
ward town at a breakneck speed.
The number of the hack could not
be ascertained, as tho lamp was
Allen had Costa arrested yester
day for assault and batten-, and this
morning in tho District Court Judgo
Robertson found Costa guilty as
charged and sentenced him to pay a
fine of $20 and costs. Allen claims
that he would have been killed had
it uot been for the timely arrival of
assistance. Ho aho said there was
one other man in tho hack whom ho
could not identify.
Prowlors on tho Plains.
Fate of a Tahitian Bailor on the
Schooner Ea Moi.
The schooner Ka Moi returned
from Kohala this morning and re
ports having lost a sailor overboard
off Maalaea at 12:30 o'clock p. m. on
Friday last. Tho schooner was ly
ing becalmed, when a slight puff of
wind was experienced. A Tahitian
sailor known as Apo Bolabola went
itft to secure a guy ropo on the
boom on tho leeward side, when a
gust of wind struck tho flapping
mainsail. Tho boom took Ape un
expectedly aud knocked him into
tho sea. Captain Sam and several of
the sailors saw tbo accident and im
mediately throw blocks of wood near
where he was seen to fall. Tho jibs
and mainsail were lowered and tho
schooner came to a standstill. With
in five minutes a boat was lowered
with four men in it. Tho skipper
saw tho sailor rise out of the water
to about his waist, aud ho called out
to him to grasp a block of wood
which was within his roach, to float
It is hoped to have the return
cricket match between Married aud
Single on Saturday afternoon. The
Singles won tho honors on July !.
Tlneo stowaways who arrived by
tho C & A. S. S. Aliowora, which ar
rived aud sailed last week, havo been
locked up at tho Police Station.
They wero handed over to-day by
the harbor police.
For some weeks past tho Ivauuu-
kolo and Foundry tug-of-war teams ! himself until tho boat reached him,
have been practicing daily for their , Tho raau disappeared in tho water,
$100 match to take place on Satur- ' however, without making an effort
day morning at I) o'clock. Tho pull j tQ tako hold of anything. The boat
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable,
fcSThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
make from an artificially pro
duccd GUM almost us elastic as
INDIA RUBBER, which, when
reduced by certain volatile sol
vents to tho 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 rotnarkiiblo
property of " covering " with
much less pigment than any
other oil. It also mixes in larger
proportions with varnishes and ,
1T LESta? las'i"g, Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
G Yards for 1.00
Mrs. r. TT7". Barker
This lady la a vrcll-UnoTm nnd popular
dressmaker. Sho caya:
"ThcrotsnocUtako cbout Iloed'a Earsapa
rllla. I want to tsll how quietly It cured no cl
tour stomach, which had troubled co lor over a
year. I could not c cu tal:o a swallow uf v. ater
but what I suffered from t!U!rcs!i scilncEellcr.
When I beGan to tal:e Ilood'a Sariaiiatllla I
could seo r;ood effects trcra t".:o r.rstt!ireciloses.
I continued until I had takcat'ji co bottles cad
The rosidonco of Mr. E. It. Hendry
on tho plains, which was visited by
a marauder a few weeks ago who
stole therefrom a gold watch and
chain, was visited again last night
v cnmntirnulnr Afrj llmirl rr lifirirrl
someone moving on the veranda and ! llir" lo '''s "'lopled home.
called her husband
is expected to bo a scientific one
, - , . . -.,,. i
Mr. W. H. Cornwall sprained his
ankle yesterday while running to
catch a trameur. Although the acci
dent causes him much pain, he is
limping around town actively on
business connected with tho races
It is reported that a child was
gairoted in a house on the Makiki
slopes, whilo its pareuts wore absent
the other availing, by a robber who
took that means of silencing tho
child until ho had ransacked the
house for plunder.
A lanai is being built on the lot
adjoining tho Queen's premises at
Waikiki, for a luau to bo given on
Saturday next. There is to bo a
tug-of-war match botweon women, a
swimming race-, a canoe raci aim a
number of other spoils prior to tho
Tho lower end of Alnkoa street is
being macadamized and steam roll
ed. This improvement was urged
iu tho Bulletin at tho starting of
the now steamer lino. It will whon
completed make tho choice route
from uptown to the l'acilic Mail
The funeral of tho lute Mrs.
Viorra yestoiday was largely attend
ed, una attracted cousidi'iablo at
tention as it passed along Fort nnd
King bt reels. No less than 3D hacks
and private carriages followed tho
remains of tho deceased to tho
Mr. F. Ihichholtz, niauiiger of tho
lleoia Plantation, goes on a trip
home to tho Fatherland by tho S. S.
Wurrimoo, in company with Lieuten
ant Feiiko of tho German army. Tho
BuLLUii.v wishes him a pleasant
journey, a happy slay and a salo re-
arrived at tho spot wuere ue was
scon to disappear, but thero was no
trace of him. Tho sea had swallow
ed 1 i in up. Somo time was spent iu
looking for tho missing man by both
the schooner aud boat, but tho man
never came to tho surface again.
Ape Bolabola came hero from Ta
hiti over ten years ago, aud married
a uativo woman. Ho wa3 between
30 and 40 years of age, and has been
employed as sailor on tho Allen line
of schooners several years. Captain
Sam reported tho sad occurrence to
the Marshal this morning.
MURDER AT I-AHAINA.
have been cntlrclr cun-d. I co t'.ils state
ment lor tho benefit of oilier:; who aro sufTcrlns
slmllaily." Mn. P. W. Bakkix, 41 Chester
Tark, Uoston, Mass.
H00D'8 PlLLS aro Uih l)Cita;tcr-llnucrrUU
uilit dirottlou. euro Ucadicbo. Tijt alios. J5o.
HOHROS, NKWMAX .t CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Wlnnds.
with Ono Hind
Leg White. Briind "II."
Apply at the Catholic
Mission, Fort stieet.
the Manager of Faaubau Plantation
Co., Hamakua, Hawaii.
W'm. I.hTis Oliver, Ecq., Manager Ameri
can Lucol Co., Sun Francisco.
A year ago I used some of tho oil manu
factured by , our Company to paint one of
our I'tanta'tion buildings, ut tlio same time
painting adjoining buildings with paints
mixed with American and EhkU-Ii I.in-s-eed
Oils. The paint was mixed and ap
plied by a competent workman.
'lhc liuilding painted with Lucol Oil re
tains its original appearance, white those
on which Linseed Oil was used faded some
time ago, the paint becoming ehulky. As
this I'lantution is on the weather side of
tltn luliiml ..ml fliu f.ltn.ftfn . vfOTi, ti.tin 1 1 1
.,.- 311. I.I. , ...al. .1W v (.(.lu.u m.AV(.'U.ui.J .
trying on l'uiut, I consider the above to be
as thorough a tet as any to which your
Oil can possible bo subjected, its superior
ity being so apparent. I take pleasure in
recommending the I.ucol Oil to all users of
Yours verv Hcpcctfullv,
"A. ilOOltr., "Manager.
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
EJTO., ETC, BTO,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
II ill A 111 II 11 JJ VJUtj
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
COTTAGE TO LET
T NO. IK) NUUAXU
street, containing U
Rooms and lintli, now oc
cupied bv Phil. i!i aim.
Kor further partlculnrs apply at this oIIilc.
PERSONS ARK HKRERV
nrned not to Trespass or Shoot
over the Lands of Kapahulu, mauka of
Kapiolani Park, as it frightens away the
turkeys and other domestic poultry run
ning at large on suid lands.
bi7-3t II. F. POOR.
Roasted, Grouiid and Packed In Kona
KEALEKEHE COFFEE CO.
:m:. s. xiEvr
75. 5LQPLT STREET 7 o
TO lilt II U AT TIIK
Pacific Coast Home Supply Ass'n
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
its HANI) AN KXTP.N.sIVK ABSOKTMP.NT OK
DR. S. ASANO
WILL LKAYH FOR KOHALA
On Friday, Sept. 1, 1893,
And will be absent front Honolulu for
After 5th of September
ibunud. J list as .ur.
Jitinur.v awolto, a roultiiiK uiwur on
tho voraiidn was moved by llio in
trudor. Wlion Mr. Uowliy wont
out thoro was noliody wilhin hifjlit
or licnring, but as h was rotmiiiiif,'
to liih room tlio barking of dogs on
Mr. Uotli'rs promiso.s, adjacent, imli
'uatud that .somo strau'ur wa in tho
For a lanai back or for a pain in
tlio sido or ulio.st, try HaturatiiiK n
oioco of lluuuol with Oliainboilaiii'H
Pain Halm aud binding it onto tint
all'tictod arls, Tlii.s troalmout will
euro any oidinnr,v ftiho iu ono or two
days. I'aiii Balm also euros ilimiin
atistn, 50 limit bottlus for salo bv
nil dualorn. lioiiHon, Smith & Co., I Thu club will praulico ou tlio Ma
Btfttnti for thu Hawaiian lilaudi. I kibi rouroallou gruuud.
Captain Uobort l'arkur lias nottod
i a niiuir littlo Finn out of his haul of
170 tins of opium inado tlio otlior
moiling, Ytiou Chan, tho ounor of1
i tlio opium, pleaded guilty iu tlio ;
I District Com l this morning, and
I was boiiIi'iiimmI to pay a lino of WOO.
Affording to law tho ono who iuuli
I I ho suiziuo hi'iMirii.i ono half of tho
I Ann. '
Tho Honolulu football club mot
yo.stordii owtuiug iu thu I X L hall
ami oicctt'd tlm following oillcois: i
i lloury Uapai, uaplainj Chas. Cooke,
nfMbtunt; U. Thrum, hucrciary.
i Tiiosthiyn ami TIiuimIiou uoro tlo
cidcil on as praetieo tin) . and brown
su mite as tlio duo uoior.
Two Juiis Fitht a Duel Over a Gam
Marshal Hitchcock received in
telligence by tho steamer Kiuau this
moruiug from Lahaina of a duel be
tween two Japanese which resulted
in tho death of ono of tho combat
ants. Tho particulars are as fol
lows: Two Japs, Sakiyasugoro aud
Ishiuga, quarreled about tho pay
ment of Sl.25, a gambling debt, aud
they agreed to light it out. The
parties went out to a burial grouud
at 3:15 o'clock Monday morning, the
28th inst., to fight. Iu tho combat
lslnuira was lulled bv a blow ou the
loft temporal bone, the wound being
inilictetl with a stone. The skull
was crushed aud broken iu frag
ments. Deputy Sheriff Chillingworth
wont over to Lahaina and arrested
Sakiyasugoro, Tho murdoror'H trial
has been sot for September 7th.
A now and pretty lino of good.s is
now being displayed at (,Ka Maile,"
all having boon personally selected.
In Dry Goods thoro aro India aud
Surah'Silks, Politico mid Crape Silks,
Persian Lawns, Mulls, Swiss Muslins,
Organdies ami many others. Tim
Children's aud Infants' Department
has not been neglected. Our Fancy
Goods Department is as complete as
It will bo impossible to deacribo
or enumerate till that we have, but
nnpioit you to top iu ami .seo for
"Ka Mailr" be-gs toaunoiinco that
the Dry Goods Dopartmmit will be
under tho management of Mr. V. U.
Nichols, late of Now lot It.
Honolulu, Aug. 2D, 18!1.
t r - .iuib f. - . -ti. -i -.i-n.fc- r - -"-rz.B
feKl&Etc., Etc, Etc.
J. HOPP c CO.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SEC'ONIl-HANI) OK DAMAOIU) OOOUP KKI'T ON HANI)
OKJDWAY c PORTER,
Robluson Block, Hotel Streot, oppo. Betbel Street.
HKLL TKLBI'HONB Mo. - AT Ml'Tl'AL TKLKI'HONIv nti.
Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique - Oak
i, : i'fo
OH A IKS. Etc., Etc.
Voung beaux' toting their sweet
hearts round, suatetl ahead of them
ou billies, is a common sight.
The Hawaiian National Baud will
play at tho racui at Kapiolani Park
1 ou buturduy, thu Quuuu's birthday.
Splendid Line ol Rattan and Red Furniture
sinoli: i'iwi-s ami si.rs.
C0K.Nll!E POLES IN WOOD OK 1IU SS MOHNTINOfi.
Elegstixt "-" TJplxolster-y
III I'lim SjiriliB, Hair, Wool, Mo- ami Blum .Mllttrt1us.
PILLOWS OK LIVJ2 OliiiSli KKATHKUS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest luiproveuieiits Iu Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sula Beds, Divan Lounges and Solas,
Great Variety of Baby Carriages, Cilbs, Cradles & lllgb Cbalrs,
V Our Uablnet-iiiaMiiy Wnrkahop i hnperlor III Men ami Material. -Ul
ritiiNiii'iin and lUTTai.ssns ni.i-Aiurn s ooon as i:w.
:Ma.ttixig Laicl at Sliortest KTotioe.
jnarOl'lt I'KKES ALWAYS THE I.OWIM' IV llDNiil.I'l.t'. -i
AT THE KAMOIH STOKE Ol- -
B. F. EHLERS &c GO.
503 Sc 5 1 1 FORT STK.E3H3T.
Canton "W"Ls!ti Falorics !
A UandbOiuo Cotton l''alirie, Vcw bt.leH Hun muom; tlm ellei-ts a-u fae-sliniles ol China
bllkx, Iu mi tlioiii ineaiH tiiaiiU'ei.ilu tliein.
rilllc linisli Jimt out. real Kiciieli luMnt are ilu- llue-l and the eiae of tlio season.
Oaslimere Sviloliraes SO Oezrts "X"arci I
One ol the hanUtioiiie.sl Wiiali MaieriaN lliii ea!oll entirely ne and
for tlie price Inn no eiial.
WTaite La-wne and IDimity I
Iu I'lalu, .Strin'it aiul I'lucKo.l in i;ru;it variet.
tT Drussmaklna Under the Mauagouieul ot MRS. ItENNBR. ,&1
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
i Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
Va XClng Btroot,
Honolulu, x-x, X.
W I'lru rmkt on all Limit of lii.iiriuice I'rojieriy tuken at Current tttakii l;
J. S. WALKER.
jiui (or iUt lUwuiUn UWndi.