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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FKOM AND AFTER JUNE t. 1RW.
To Ewa MlM.
n. n. a. n.
A.M. P.M. r.M. T.M.
Leave Honolulu S:-I5 1:45 4:33 6:10
Lcnvc I'e.irl Oltv !):30 2:30 5:10 0:50
Arrive Ewn Mill 0:57 2:57 5:30 (i:22
C. 11. 11. A.
A.M. A.M. T.M. P.M.
Leave Ewu Mill (1:21 10:13 3:43 5:42
l.enve l'cnrlliity 0:55 11:15 4:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:65 0:45
A. Saturdays only.
(3. Sundays excepted.
D. Snturilnys executed.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
by e. J. LVONH.
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p.m. ti.in. a.m. ii.m
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B 1 40 2 I) 7 01 8 30
5 45 0 11
7 41) 2 40' 151 T fill
8 3 10 3 151 25 8 50
P 30. 3 30 0 5i S 30
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101 4 15 3 4Y10 35 10 15! A 40 0
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New moon on tile '.itli at 81i. 3.1m. p. m.
Tium WlilNtlu blons ut Hi. -.Win. 31a. i.iu. ot
Honolulu time, which Is the same an lili. 0m.
On. of lirecirwluu time.
m DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 5, 1893.
Tuesday, Sept. 5.
Aru4-inasteu achr Alice Cooke, Penlmllow,
XI days from Port Q.-imlilo.
Stmr Mikabala from Hawaii and Maul
Tolsdai, Hcpt. 5.
Stmr C It liishop lor Waialua, Waianae
Stmr Claudinc for Maui at 5 n m
Btmr Waialeale for Lalminn and Humakua i
btmr Iwalum tor Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Kaala for Kauai
Hehr Mille Morris for Koolnu
Schr Kawailaui for Koolau
fcielir Mary E Foster for Hanainanlu
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr .Tas Makee for Kapaa
' For Molokal per btmr Mokolii Sept 4
Mian Bertlia Meyer, A 0 McCartney, ri van
Gieten. J ISnkaleksi, Jr, Mrs N Kills owl
daughter, and 20 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S 8 Australia, Hou'lletto, from San Fran
cisco, duo Sept (J
Am bk Martha Davis from Boston, due
Am Ijgt Consiielo, from Han Fiaucisco for
Kahulul, Aug 5
Bktne Klikitat, from Puget Sound, due
Ger bk J (J l'rlnger, from Bremen, due Oct
Ger bk Paul Ihenlierg from
Am ship Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am bk Amelia, fiom Pugot Sound, Aug 30
Vessels in Port,
U S S Boston, Day, from a cruise
U S S Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
Am bk Albert, Qriltiths, from Sun Fran
cisco Br schr Norma, .Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Shipping- Notes.
The steamer Mikahala arrived this after
noon from windward ports.
The steamer Waialeale left this morning
for Luhaiim and Humakua ports.
The steamer Waimanalo Is reported to
have pat into Waianae. She will piolmbiy
get here some timo this week.
The steamer James Makeo will leave for
Kapaa to-morrow afternoon. She will take
the Kauai mail to arrive by the S. S. Aus
tralia. ino four-masted schooner Alice Cooke.
Penhallow master, from Port Gamble, will
dock at the Fort street wharf to discharge
her lumber cargo.
DENISON-McLAUEN-Iu this cttv. Sep
tember 4, 18!M. at the residence uf Mr.
0. H. Kluogel, bp the Hcv. E
with, Mr. Goo. P. Di-nison
Hooms to lot with hoard at Hani
Itoot Beer on draught at Jtoiixon
Smith k Co.'s.
For Now Silks and Infants' Out
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
After shaving use Cucumbui Skin
Touie.. lWtsou, Smith .Vi Co..Atreuri;.
.Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Heuson, Smith A; Co.,
Dr. R. I. Mooro, dentist, has re
moved his ollico to xrliugtou House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. H. Iluddyj D. D. S., hus
roiuoved his ollico from King at root
to lierotania street, near Emma.
Mr, W. 11. Benson, piano tuner,
has just returned from .Maui, aud,
as ho will go to Hawaii next mouth,
ordorri should be tent him early.
For a lame buck or for a pain iu
tho side or chest, trj saturating a
piece of limine) with Chamberlain's
i'aiu lialm and binding it onto the
affected parts, 'I his treatment will
euro any ordinary case in one or two
days. I'aiu IJaliu also cures rheuui
ntiNin. HO cent bottle for sale by
all dealers. Uoimon, Smith &i Co.,
ngeuts for thu HawaiUa IhIquiU.
I.OOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
A bunch of keys is lost.
A house and lot on Wililor nramio
aro for sale. Sou advt.
Tho S. S. Australia will bo along
from tho Coast to-morrow.
Thoro woro sis fuel of water iu tho
Nuuanu reservoir thta morning.
Eight flagpoles arrived on tho
four-masted schooner Alieo Cooke
Mr. H. 7j, Austin, teacher, will re
turn to Kapaa, Kauai, by tho Mnkco
Tho U.S. cruiser Boston trained
both her search lights ou tho city
Tho r. G. band gave its usual con
cert on tho Executive Building
grounds this morning.
A native named Oili was fined $10
in tho District Court, to-day for as
sault and battery on his sister.
Thoro will bo a general flight of
teachers to their respective stations
by the island steamers this week.
Koolau tho leper outlaw slept at
tho house of a friend at Mann, Kau
ai, ou Wednesday night of last week.
Tho Honolulu football club will
practice at tho Maldki Hecreatiou
grouud at 5:!J0 o'clock this after
noon. Tho subscription ball which was
to havo taken placo this evening at
the Hotel has been postponed until
At to-morrow's meoting of tho
Board of Health, action will bo taken
on tho resignation of Dr. Trousseau
as Port Physician.
TIio'Weeki.y Bulletin of this date
is out. Now is tho time to subscribe
for tho only reliable nowspapor pub
lished in Honolulu.
Tho troops mako dailv detnoustra
tiou3 against an imaginary enemy
in the snapo or skirmish tl rill oh
iu jiuuuus oi cue jiuuiuivo uuiiu
ing. There will bo a quarterly meeting
of the Board of Trustees of tho
Queen's Hospital at tho Chamber of
Commerce room at 10:30 a.m. Thurs
day. Mr. Oyster will be one of tho most
welcome arrivals by tho Australia
to-morrow. Ho will put up at tho
Beaver Saloon, and bo put down b'
Mr. Voltes patrons.
The Road Board has at last got a
move ou. Laborers aro hard at work
repairing that celebrated apology
for a sidewalk on Nuuanu street, be
tween Berotania and Kukui streets.
A big cho-fa game was running in
full blast at Kakaako on Sunday. It
is said'that tho bank does not open
iu onri placo twice, but goes from
placo to placo in order to evade tho
A horrible monster seen through
tho microscope is tho coffee, blight.
Mr. Jos. Marsdou, Commissioner of
Agriculture, gives visitors to his of
fice iu the Judiciary Building a peep
at this and other wonderful things
of a similar kind.
There was a meeting of the Board
of Education at tho Executive build
ing this morning, attended by
Messrs. S. M. Damon, W. V. Hall
and Walter Hill, members, W. J.
Smith, Secretary, and A. T. Atkin
son, Inspector-General of Schools.
A lot of tho toad species is oxpect
ed to arrive bv the Australia to the
; Bureau of Agriculture. It i hoped
that if tho toads live they will wage
a useful war against inject pests.
Past experience ib against tho chanco
of hfo hero for tho ugly creature
that wears a jowol in its head.
Tho local sports who aro backing
Antone Kaoo tho runner, iu answer
to the challenge of J. J. Barry of the
U. S. S. Boston for a fivo-milo race
for .$75 or a barrel of poi, wish to re
quest tho Boston runner to "put up
or shut up." They aro ready at any
moment to put up a forfeit or the
pur.se, if Barry will come ashoro.
Hawaiian Soap, tho only pure
laundry soap in tho market, can bo
had bj' the case or at retail, at auy
of tho grocers in Honolulu, as well
as at tho Company's agents. Fami
lies can now order Hawaiian soap
from their grocers with other goods.
Price S5.00 per hundred. M. W.
MeCbusiiey & Sons,- Agents Hono
lulu Soap Works Co,
Tho stoamor Jas. Makuo is held
until to-morrow, to tako tho foreign
mail for all Kauai. On his late visit
to the garden islo, Postmastiir-Gon-
oral Uat mauo arraiifremonts whore
bj a foroign mail,
port, may bi (itiicklv
landed at any
all ports on tho islainl' by coastin
stoumnrs. Tlio tolopliono system ou
tho island has madu this improve
Tho limn mado by Fred .Man in
tho trotting nice with Aupuni yus
torday was 2:42 viry fast ponsiunr
ing tfiat Ala was onteri'd in thu 'J-
mintito class. Alter that ovoni a
! tlireeriuarler mile race was arranged
. - t a . w- m i ...
uoiweeii o. , .uiieiiiriuues iiiiuo
I One aud K. iJallenline s Wuceii L,
tho owners to ride tho respective
animals. It was for a puree of S100
a sido. The race was won by Queen L.
The success of Mrs. Annie M.
Beam, of Mclveenporl, Pennsylvania,
iu the treatment of dianluea in hei
ciiildroti will undoubtedly be of in
terest to many mothers, She says;
" spent several weeks iu Jonstuwn,
I'a., after the great Hood, on account
of my husband being euipioed
thoro. We had several children with
us, two of whom look the diarrhu;a
wiry badlv. 1 got some of Chamber
Iain's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoja
Homed from Km. Mr. Chapman.
U cured both of them. 1 kuov uf
several other caioa where it ih
eipially succes'iful. 1 think il can
not bo excelled and cheerfully io
commend it," '2' and hO cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers, lionsoii,
i Smith Si Co., agents for tho llawai
I iau IalandH.
ALIOE COOKE IN PORT.
t Hor Delay Owing to tho Woiithor
Tho fino four-masted schooner
Alice Cooke, over which there had
been somo littlo anxiety was tele
phoned oir Koko Head at 8:15
o'clock this morning. Half an hour
later tho tug Elou with Mr. Hubert
Lowers, one of tho owner, on
board, loft tho mail dock and steam
ed out to sea. The lowliuo was
taken this sido of Diamond Head, '
and shortly after 1 1 o'clock t he Alice
Cooko dropped anchor in thonaval,
Cnntnin D. P. Penhallow. the
1 popular skipper, when seen stated
! that it was tho meanest trip ho over
I had, tho weather throughout being
'calm, and nothing but calm. Tho
schooner loft Port Gamble on .luly
1 110, and for tho lirt four days the
weather was light. For twenty-two
days after experienced light variable
j weather and calms, the average day's
j run boing about forty miles. Got
tho lirst trado wiuds on Satuidav
night, which was a perfect relief.
From thencojo port, had fair tiade
winds and fino weather.
Tho Alice Cooko's cargo consists
of 841,000 ft. ot lumber, 203 tele
phono poles and 8 flagpoles. Sho is
consigned to Lowers & Cooko. Tho
passage was mado in thirty-seven
Captain Penhallow is accompanied
by his wife, who is also disgusted
with tho weather experienced ou
Various Matters at Circuit Court
Judge Cooper has admitted the
will of tho lato Dainol Hanley to
probate, and appointed A. W. Carter
as administrator with tho will an
nexed. Henry Watorhouso and Alfred S.
Hartwell, executors of tho estato of
the lato J
11. Wood, havo heeu
Judiro Cooper threo
months' extension of time iu which
tofile accounts, owing to ponding
litigation and their inability thus
far to sell certain real estate.
W. F. Allen and Samuel Parker,
executors of tho "will of John P.
Parker havo had their accounts
allowed by Judge Cooper, excepting
tho vouchor of Wilder's S. S. Co. for
S259 which tho Court has disallowed.
Tho receipts have been SI -11)1.63, aud
expenditures S1G1G.72, leaving a bal
ance duo tho executors of Slo'2.01.
The accounts of J. Alfred Magoon,
guardian of Susan Brash, have been
approved. Thoy show receipts of
S187-1.56, and expenditures of S1312.
15, leaving a balance due the ward
of 32.41. The inventory contains
throe lots of land, two or them
yielding rent amounting to 12 a
month, S3000 in Hawaiian Govern
ment bonds and 51500 iu Wilder's S.
S. Co. stock.
OUT OF THEIR PILIKIA.
Generous Act of T. H. Davies & Co.
Saves tho Healani Boat Crew.
Tho Healani Boat Club's six-oared
senior crew came within an ace of
'busting up," as tho saving is, yos-
' terday. E. Holt and Chris. Holt,
I members of tho crow, had been ab
! sent from town for two weeks, only
j returning a few days ago. The
crew iiau its lull complement anil
held practico once last week. Prac
tice wa suspended on account of
tho races on tho Queen's birthday,
when the members mot at the club
house. It was theie learned that
Chris. Holt, ono of tho strongest
men, was to leave for Maui ou tho
Claudinc to-day to be cugaged iu
ono of T. H. Davies t& Co.'n stoics
on that island. A committee from
the club called on the firm this
morning and requested that Mr.
Holt bo allowed to staj- iu the city
until after tho great event, which is
to take place on October 7. This
request was graciously granted and
tho crew will begin active training
this ovoning, and hereafter will take
a spin in the harbor twice a day.
Tho crow will bo as lollows:
James Spencer fstroko), Ed. Holt,
Chris. Hoit, J no. Holt, W. H. C.
Greig and C. V. Muefarlano.
STOLEN ON THE CLAUDINE,
Thief to Servo
Some four or five months ago n
Japanese passenger named ilasui
on tho steamer CJlauditio lost Ins
valise containing about $J3 worth uf
clothing. Musui reported the iosa ,
to tho polico, but no trace could' be j
found of where tlie luggage Oent
to. Last wooh tho .T:m s,!iv Kailctii.-i.
i fl member of tho Hawaiian Natio.wii
' lland. wearintr a Jananeno orere
shirt, whieli he identified ;ib one f
Aovurul amongst bis missing proper
ty. Musui asked Kailiana where lie
got the shirt, and the latter told him
that he had purchased it of a unlive
s.iilor nauieil Kaailtalu, who wiii em
ployed on thu stoamor (Jlitudiiio.
Tins latter fuel forged tlie link in
tho chain of evidence, and Musui got
out a search warrant. Ou Knai-
kala's hoiino being searched nearly all
-.-- ,...., f -" -J
i tliu missing article-, were liiiinil in
the sumo valise which the Jan I
missed, IvaaiKala was arrested on a
charge of laieeuy in the third de
gree. Yesterday Kaaikala ploadtd
guilty iu the District Court, and
sentence was reserved until to-day,
i when ho was sentenced to pay a line
of .1 and bo imprisoned al haul
labor for eight month-.
Mr. II. J. Mayeis.of Oakland. Md.,
!nys: ''1 have sold thirteen bottles I
ol" Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy
to-dav ana am literally sold out.
This Is the largest sale on record of
any ouo preparation in a day over i
our couitteis. 1 1 gives the best sat
isfaction uf any cough medicine we
i handle, and n- a seller il leads all
other pii-paiatius ou this maihet."
For sale by all dealers. Ikuinn,
Smith Si Co., agents for the Hawai
Job I'rinUttg mtilly 'n promptly
tiwoufid tht lluUlh Ojte.
NOT A GENTLE HOUSE.
Mr. Ooo. Molutyro Has Bomo Trouble
Ovor tho ilonst.
A. Sylva, an employee in tho hnr-ucss-making
store of Mr. W. B. Fos-,
ter ou Fort street, sold a sorrel
horso to Mr. Goo. Molutyro a few
days ago for $100. Sylvn warranted ,
thoanininlto bo kind and gentle,
and any lady could drive it. Tho
bargain was made ou these eondi- .
tions. Mr. Melntvre bought tho
horso for tho use of his wife, as he
t bought hack hiro was too expensive. .
The animal was taken home and
Mrs. Molutyro made an elfort to
ride it, but tho beast would not
stand still, but bcgali rearing and
behaving in a very unruly and un
gentle manner. Several tiials were
made but it was no use, the horso
would not suiFor a lady to ride him.
Mr. Melntyro took the horse to
Mr. Sylva and asked him to refund '
tho money, as tho animal was not as
ho represented him to be. Sylva
refused to refund tho "sponduliks,"
and the sorrowful purchaser abort
ed to law. Ho had Sylva arrested
for gnxs cheat, in obtaining money
under false pretenses. The ease i
came up in tho District Court this i
morning, and after hearing evidence
Judge Kobertson committed Sylva i
for trial to tho Circuit Court. '
Jack in a Hash Houso.
Edmund Kelly, a bluejacket be
longing to the U. S. S. Adams, while
under tho influence of liquor broke
into the New Model restaurant last
night. The tar got inside by forcing
the lock off the rear door. A police
officer heard tho noiBO aud ou inves
tigation found Kelly in possession
of tho restaurant. Ho had found a
seat, on which ho was snoring. Kelly
was arrested for housebreaking. This
morning tho Chiueso proprietor of
tho Xew Model called at tho Police
Station and stated that ho would
not press the charge, aud asked for
Kelly was fined $2 in tho District
Court for drunkenness.
And Catarrh in tho Mead
1 "I feci Uiat It Is t'cpibulMo for ma to say too
i tnucli In f ;vor of IIooil's S-iaipiilll3. I was
! a gi eat sullcrcr fiom Impure lilooil ami Catarih
! Ininylica'1. .lo'o'b comioi Iits failed to comfort
mo. anil I sufferc.l fiom numerous tioiW
Ar;ony Doyontl Dcccrlp'.lon.
i Vi'lien 1 lesan to takoIlcoiVsf.u i.-ip.-n ilia I liail
six of t!i!m, only four of it'll came to a lieail.
an I sin-e then, tlinn'is to tills ;;oU tnoillclne, I
Invo liccii fico from tins ic.it alilictlon. I
i; lined 11 jiouiuls In tlire ucv'.t. Tlia Catairh
1 1 i n.y head which li-n troul ; -d no f r je-irs lia
alio Ik-ou cured by Iluod't h irap.irllla and I
; Hood's k Cures
am cnjoylin roi' general Iir tltli. I earnestly
r .lii'.ici.d lfui!'i r.nai .uilla to r.ll v.lm aro
aluiPtc I." W. I.. Trritca, ho-clmi:, Oregon.
HCCD'O P(LL3 euro all I.hor Ills, l'.ilioiu
iic., .Jauiidico, Indigestion, Sick Ilcadaclio.
HODIION, NEWMAN .t '().,
Agents for Hawaiian lilanili.
Has Resumed Practice at Ho. 49 Bare
OFI U'K HOUKS: 8 to&.. m.
7 to 8 r. M,
lictli Telophonos No. c
l to 3 ami
Mr. IP. .
j. hopp &, co.
Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique - Oak
j 'ill if- r-- -irir ita. daM.iiiiTi
i.,. tvnif-- JV"CrHHPrt't5i fill
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
Sl.NOLI I'll.LI.S ,NU I.T.i.
CUK.NK'Ii I'OI.EH IN WOOD OK III! Vrib .MOWS IINOS. --
Slegaixt " TJpliolstery
In Klup tipriiif;, Hair, Wuel, Mils'! uml biraw Muitrcssos
1'ILLOWS OF MVK OKKSIi FIOATIIFHS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements Iu Wire Mattresses, Louiige & Sola Beds, Divan Lounges and Solas.
Great Yarloly of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles & High Clialis.
CV Our f!;ililiict.iiiiklii( Vorl'nh(i U huiii-ruir In Mi n uml Matvrlnl -vs
rniNirLrtK and JiATrici:.s-i;s ummiiii i ooon ,s ni.i.
IvEcLtUng Laicl a.i Slaoi-tost lrotioe.
rer-OU'll IMtlll.S ALWAYS THE I.OWl'ST IN IIOMU U.l'. -n
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
TANcnnn, July 21, 1801'.
PALMEK. El.. Euutneer of Dis
trict o. , &o. raeiuc 1.0.
I find Unit the oil rcvires much lev pig
ment thnu United to ninkc n paint nf the r
ijiiisilc coicrinii and sprtddimj ijunlities. 100
lbs. of u bite lend will lake im more than 4
to 4J4 gals, of Unseed, while in my priming
cont, 1 get even better results with !l to lo
gallons of I.ucol, and in my second ion!,
with 7 to 8 gallons of I.urof to 100 lbs. of
lead. This menus a very material saving
Ifrom one-third to one-half) iu tlm amount
of pigment neccisary to cover a given sur
face. In my roof color I used less than 100 lbs.
of "cai paint" (Princes Metallic ground iu
oil I wheic a roof of this size has always re
iiuired '200 lbs. of car paint with liu-ecd oil.
1 iiiiM'd my roof color with IS gallons of
i.ucol to the 100 lbs of pigment and got a
better body of eolor than I ever got with
le-s than one-lmlf that number of gallons
of lin-ecd. I give joii simply the facts hut
1 cannot understand or explain them.
The drying qualities ol the new oil are
pcrlcct. I'hc priNiiMji tout with whito lead,
dried strong and hard inside o! 'Jl hour".
'I I... ti. tir, it fni. .....1 .mil tl... l ,..l fr....t
lirmly and In larger quantity than lin-ei'il I
and dried hard iniide ot "J I liouis. The
second coat of body eolor and tiimiiniig I
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 'Jl l
hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
a line smooth sunnce entirely free from
wrinkles and blisters, and bore out remark
ably well so as to develop a line lustie. giv
ing much better looking results tlian I
have ever gotten willi two coats of linseed
on new wood. The car paint spread on the
roof was mixed with raw Lucol and dried
perfectly in 21 hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-hnlf the usual amount hi
color was used, the paint covered perfectly
uud did not run. The second coat uf sand
tilled up sulidh, takiu
king up a larger quail
evenly man 1 have ever
tity of fund moieev
i uotten on to liiioecd
j The I.ucol has cllected a saving of 1M0
lbs. of pigment or ncurij one-thiiii of the
' amount usually require.! for a building of
With repect to the general appearanea
of the tiuir-hed work, I must comes: that 1
never saw its equal iu two coat work witii
lin-eed, and ir the oil wears as uell at
Tailored ax it has worn with the Master
Cur Painter, Mr. Pitch, at Sacramento,
thiie tun be nn iiutitiun about the &IIP1C
ltluKlTY I. unit titer limecd, eien at the
' mine vrite er iaUan, in IXN'UMY, GOOD
I.OUlv.1 ami in DUUAllll.lTY.
Signed W. II. MI'.I.I.US.
l'oreiiian Painter, Southern Pacific Co.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
tub ciiicuiT coritr OF TUB
t Circuit. Hawaiian IslaiuN. In
Itaukruntcv. In tin matter of tlie K-tatc
of Kianci- M. Nicoll, of Honolulu, OjIiu, a
1'ieilitor.x of tlie s-aiil bankrupt aro here
by iiotilleil to emno in and prove tlieir
ili'bts b.'fore .-uch .ludge of the Ciicuit
Court of tlie Fir-t Circuit u- slioll be -it-ting
at Cbainbers, at Honolulu, on .MON
l)AV, tlie Uth day of tieplciiiber, lV.M,
between the liourV of ten o'clock iu tlie
forenoon anil noon of the baid day, and
elect an As-ignee or Assignee, of tlie .-mid
i liy the Court:
l GKO. I.UC AS.
S'.'0-rit Deputy Clerk.
I -. -- - .... --.
1 ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE.
rpHU VXDKHSIONKD HAVING 11KUN
', JL appointed Asslgnco ot the Hankrupt
1 1'Xatu of (leurge lions, of Wailuku, ilnul,
by the Hon. A. N. Kejioikai. Judge of the
Circuit Court of the tieconil Circuit, hereby
gives notice to all pers-ons having claims
against the mid Hankrupt Etuic to pre-
, Kent the same to said Circuit Court for
verification within six months or they will
be forever barred.
I JOHN KICHAIU1SON.
i Assignee of the Hankrupt Estate of Ueorge
I Dated at Wailuku. Main-, Sept. 1, 1803.
OlIAIItS, Etc., Etc.
I-Ionolulu, K. X.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
SBO iPort, Stroet, Honolulu..
GREAT REDUCTION IN
Wash -:- Materials !
Hust Quality Sutocus, plain nml figured
f Ytirds for $1.00
Fino Quality Flowered and Striped Mull
.' 0 Yards for $1.00
Fancy Dross Ginghams, striped and plaid
8 Yards for $1.00
Cotton Pongee, light and dark ground: latest de
signs the entire line 0 Yards for $1.00
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable.
fiTS51 Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
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Roblnsoa Block, Hotel Siroot, oppo. Bethol Street.
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
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Bedroom Suits, mkksM0 Etc, Etc.
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Wai'drobes, Mattrassss, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OU DAMAGED GOODS KF.l'T ON HAND
ORDWAY ""&" PORTER,
Robinson Blocli, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BHM, TELEl'HONE oU3.
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AU&UST 3, 1893.
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hllkb, to m ilu-iii in. mis tonpiircciuKMlicin
blU rtiiish just out, real r-ieiu ii l. - 'iih jrc the llnt-t ami thu cmzii of tlm nt-jiaoii
Cashmere Sublimes SO Oen.ts Ya.rci I
One of thH Imiiilauiueat Wli ilm. rials tins -.cisoii ,'iitircK new und
fur tlie price huu iiiiciiiul
White La.-w2-if3 aiaci IDimity I
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r-nr Drwsiiuklnj Under tuo Manaooraonl o! MltS. RUNNER. ,fit3
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
tf Hru ruU on all kniilk ol lnniiumn I'ruecriv takmi al fiinint ItUko b)
.J. 3. WALKER.
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COT MUTUAL TICI.EI'IIONE GL.
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