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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PROM AND APTKU JUNK 1. 18H3.
To Ewa Mill.
Leavo Honolulu 8:45 1:15
Livo Ponrl Olty I):30 2:30
Arrive Ewo Mill 9:57 2:57
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
Lcove 1'earl City 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
clerks arc to
have a uniform.
Diamond Hontl, 3 p. in.
clear; wind, fresh cast.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
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First quarter of tlio moon on tlie 17th, at Sli.
Time Whistle blows at 111. 2Sin, 3U. p.m. ot
Honolulu time, which is the suuie us 121i. urn.
0s. of Uieuuuicli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1893.
Tho only arrest made last night
was a Chinaman for opium smoking.
Tho Cloys' libol cao will como up
in tho District Court on Friday
A cottago ia wanted within easy
walking distance from Post Ollieo.
Last night's subscription ball at
tho Hawaiian Hotol was onjoyod by
a largo assembly.
Manu was sentenced to pay a fino
of $5 in tho District Court to-day
for assault and battery.
Tho P. Gr. baud gavo their usual
concert on tho Executive Building
grounds this morning.
Chief Justice Judd has tho cordial
thanks of tho Bulletin for a copy
of Vol. Vllt., Hawaiian Reports.
Tho Scripture losson for tho Wed
nesday evening prayer mueting of
Central Union Church is John 6:
Mr. J. B. Athorton, wife and
daughter intend leaving on the S. S.
Mariposa for tho Coast on the 21st
A now afteruoou papor will bo
issued from the Elele olliro tho lat
ter end of this week. Tho more tho
Messrs. Sorouson & Lylo of tho
Marino Kailway wore awarded tho
contract for repairing tho steamer
ALLEGED MALICIOUS INJURY.
Brown charged with Inducing
Mon to Desort Duty.
Tho following summons was sorvod
on Capt. J. N. Brown, master of tho
schoouor Mahimahi (formerly tho
steamer Akamai), on Saturday at
noon, tho complaint boing Alexan
der Swauston, who was ono of tho
salvagers ot tho stoamor Waimanalo:
"That on Sopt. 7, 1893, John N.Brown
did unlawfully andmaliciously incito
and induce- cortain omployoos of
doponont to ceaso working for said
doponont on tho steamer Waima
nalo at Waialua, Oahu; said dopo
nont thou and thoro boing engaged
in floating and preserving tho said
Waimanalo therefore lately wreckod,
and did further take away from said
deponent and said Waimanalo tho
only boat, leaving said deponent
without means of communication
with tho shore or escape if said Wai
manalo had been cast ashore. Tho
said Waimanalo then boing at an
chor about thirty foot from tho roof
and leaking badly and requiring con
stant pumping, by which actions tho
said doponont was prejudiced, dam
aged and disturbed in his property
rights and his life, and property
placed in imminent danger." Browu
was reloasod on $250 bail.
Cli as. Creighton will appear for
Booms to lot with board at Ilani
Leads the w ay
Boot Boor on draught at Bourou,
For Now Silks ond Infants' Out-!
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
After shnving use Cucumber Skin i
Tonic. Bonson, Smith At Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., I
Dr. B. I. Mooro, dentist, lias re
moved IiJb ollieo to Arlington Houso,
iotol street I'anor jno. z.
Dr. Goo. H. Huddy, D. D. S,, has r i r n. n n i
removed his office from King street RCDOU 01 1116 FOreUM Paillter,
to Borotania street, near Emma. ,
Do not Foio time when you ' SOUto PaCluC CO,
can ring up N. F. Burgess to do
your work. Watch his ad., till nino
in tho morning. Mutual telephone ;
Tho Week.lt Bulletin of this date
is chokoful of news. Mail a copy to
your friends abroad. On sale at all
Sonio editorial written for this
issue is deferred owing to a pressure
of late mattor that would bo stale
William Fernandez, tho stamp
fancier, left on tho steamer Kinau
this afternoon to spend n short va
cation at Kohala.
Monday, Sept. 11.
Btmr Hawaii from Leper Settlement, Molo-
Bohr Mary E Foster from Kauai
Monday, Bept. 11.
Btmr Waialealo for Lahaiua and Humakua
Btmr Mokolii from Molokai
Tuesday, Sept. 12.
Btmr Hawaii for Maui mid Hamnkua at
Bohr Ka Moi for Kohala and Koholnlelo at
Btmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
btmr Claudine for Maui at 5 p m
Btmr Iwalani for Kauai at 5 p m
Btmr C K Bishop for Kauui ut 5 p m
btmr James Makce for Kauai at o p m
Btmr Kaala for Waionae and Waiuma
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Bchr Mary E Foster for Kauai
Bchr Mahimahi for Waialua
Bchr Kawatlani for Koolau
Bchr Millo Morris for Koolau
Vessels Leaving: To-morrow.
S Australia, Hoadlette, for San Fran
cisco at 12 noon
From Leper Settlement, Molokai, per
Btmr Hawaii, Sept 11 His lCxJA King,
His Ex W O Smitn, O B Keynolds, J Em
nioluth, J F Brown, Kt Kev Bishop of Pa
nopolis, Kt Kev Bishop Willis ami Lady,
Willis, J M Out, E Stiles, Mr Sharp, Mr
For Molokai, per stmr Molokai. Sept U
A J Wilson, Mrs P Fernandez, Miss Gib
ton, J Gibson and 10 deck.
For Maul, per stmr Claudine, Sept 12
H P Baldwin and family, Mrs H S Alex
ander, Mr Mabrt, E H Bailey, Miss Sarah,
Mra O X Spencer, Miss Massey, Mrs Bailey,
Miss Bailey, H P Bailey, L W Zumwalt,
Kev Mr Kuia, Mrs J F Turner and niece
and 30 deck.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Sept 12 For the Volcano: C K Simpkins
l)r Sharp, Dr Llbby, Prof Brigham unci P
M Matter. ForWayports: MrsPhiferand
child. Mrs Hughes and child, .Mrs Mucha
do, Miss E Lyman, U F Horner, W H
Cumtibell. H M Dow. It C Sadler. D H Ka-
baulelio, Father Charles, C H Fairer, Peter
Lee and child, C H Cruwshay, Miss Craws
hay, Miss Atkins, Ed Dowsett, l)r Curdeim,
C F Peterson, Miss J S Parke, Br Frances
Wctmore, Geo Boss and faiuilv, Gen (J ran,
Tuos MeTigho, W A Wall, MIsm K Uicli
ardson, W M Gill'ard, W Siinms and 45
The departure of the steamer Kinau at i
p. in,, followed by the departure of the
steamers Claudine, Iwalanf, C K Bishop,
James Makeo and other crafts of lesser
note in our local fleet, created quite an un
usual stir of activity on the water front
A dancing class is held in the
Thistle Club rooms every Thursday
evening for the benefit of members
and their friends.
Stamp collectors can obtain at the
Bulletin office printed stamp sheets
for Hawaiian postal stamps in quan
tities to suit, from ono up.
Workmen are busilj' engaged shap
ing electric wire posts for tho new
Electric Light Company at tho New
Fish Market on tho Esplanade
Wm. Hoo&ier, tho ice cart driver
who mot with tho accident on Friday,
was reported to-day as improving
considerably. Some hopes are now
entortaiued of his recovery.
Kalahiki and Thomas, employees
of tho luter-Island S. N. Co., were
arrosted to-day for tho larcouy of a
bag of sugar, valued at $5, from the
company's landing lnt night.
There is a movement on foot
among members of tho Hawaiian
National Band looking to tho bands
men attending tho Midwinter Fair
in San Francisco on their own hook.
MR. CLEVELAND'S AILMENT.
Mr. H. M. Dow, clerk to tho Mar
shal, left on the steamer Kinau this
afternoon for a short vacation, in
tending to return on tho same
steamer. This is Mr. Dow's first
vacation in ten years.
Tho Hawaiian National bvid will
give a concert nt tho Hawaiian
Hotel at 7:30 o'clock this evening,
for the benefit of guests who leave
by the S. S. Australia to-morrow,
and complimentary to the Healani
Will of the Late Charles N. Sponuer
Admitted to Probate.
Before Judge Cooper to-day tho
will of tho lato Charles N. Spencer
was admitted to probate, and
Annio Elizabeth Sponcor tho widow
appointed executrix under bond
of $1000. Tho will was execut
ed at Nualohu, Hawaii, Nov. 1, 1879,
in prosouce of Dr. It. Oliver and C
N. Chappcli. Tho lattor is not now
in tho country. Mrs. Spencer is
made solo devisee, legatee and execu
trix by tho will. Tho estate consists
of realty volued at $800, and person
alty at about 520,000, taking stock
in the North Pacific Fertilizer Co.
Tho admiralty case, reported yes
terday exclusively in tho Bulletin, is
still on trial before Judge Cooper.
Kauimakaolo Lazarus has filed u
Eotition in tho Circuit Court that
er husband, Joseph Lazarus, be ad
judged guilty of contempt for re
fusing to pae her alimony, and be
restrained from entering her prom
ises, as ho has douo, hIio boing in
bodily fear of him.
Miss Emily Fuithfull, tho well
known English apostle of woman's
work, lives in an artistically decor
ated houso in tho dreariest part of
Manchester. Sho is un iuvnturnto
smoker of cigars, which alone relieve
tu aithma from which iheiuffwri.
Kaniau, a big fat wahine, was ar
rested this morning for malicious
mischief in allowing a dangerous
and ferocious dog nt largo and fail
ing to call him off, when ho attacked
a Chinaman named Ah Hun at Ka
A message received by Mr. Charles
Wilcox, secretary of tho Board of
Health, 3osterday, to tho effect that
a native lad named Ape had died
under suspicious circumstances,
proved on investigation by Deputy
Marshal Brown to bo a false report.
Residents on Nuuanu stroot need
not fear a visit from chicken thieves
unless tho latter make an ontranco
from the rear, as P. U-. guards patrol
the streot at night. On Sunday
night last a resident was much an
noyed by tho sight of two of these
P. G. stall-fed gentry marching up
and down outside his promises. The
men carried no guns, but wore in
P. G. uniform. They wore observed
by several people.
TRAINER KING IN TROUBLE.
HiH Alleged Destruction of a Fellow
Arthur Fitzgerald, an English I
jockey in tho employ of Mr. W. II. I
Richard's stables, made a complaint
to tho Deputy Mainhal which led to
tho arrest this morning of trainer
King of tho same stables, on a charge
of malicious injury. The complain
ant avers that on Sunday last King
destroyed a chest in which were some
clothes belonging to him, and ho
placo the value of the articles de
stroyed at S10.
Everybody knows King, tho color
ed driver famous on the Kapiolaui
Park race track. King galloped tho
pacing mare Wnikapu .Maid tho
whole mile on Sept. 2d.
To Out at tho Fuctu
Regarding llood'h Saraparillu, nik
the people who tnko this medi
oinn, or read tho testimonials often
published in this paper. They will
cortniuly coin incu you that Hood's
Snrsaparilla posessea unequalled
merit, una Una juiou s uuru.v
HooiI'h Pills euro constipation by
restoring tho puristaltio octioh of
tho nlitiiuntury canal. They uru tho
bit fumlly cuthurtio,
Said to be Mainly a Case of Nerv
Washington, Aug. 18. Tho state
ment from New York, only a few
days ago, by Dr. Bryaut, the physi
cian of President Cleveland, regard
ing tho physical condition of tho
Chief Executive, when read in con
nection with the statement of the
President himself, has led public
men in Washington to make some
very caustic comment upon tho
practice of physicians in the matter
of issuing bulletins. Either Presi
dent Cleveland or Dr. Bryaut misled
tho public. Tho President declared,
both in private and public, that ho
was ill. A dozen Senators who saw
Mr. Cleveland just before his depar
ture, say the President looked hag
gard and worn, that his eyes had
lost their luster, and there was a
pained and worried expression in his
face. One distinguished Democratic
Senator who comes from beyond the
Mississippi, declares that Mr. Cleve
land is sufforiug from some organic
trouble, and that the chances are
even that he will not return to Wash
ington. Another intimate friend of
the President, a member of tho
Cabinet, says Mr. Cleveland !b only
worried over the commercial condi
tion of the country and the refusal
of Congress to act promptly in the
performance of its duty. Neither of
those gentlemen doubts that the
President is quito ill, be the cause
ono thing or another.
Your correspondent has taken
considerable trouble during the
week to make inquiry in tho most
reliable and bost informed quarters
as to the real ailment of President
Cleveland. There are but two or
three persons in Washington who
are in a position to know personally
something of Mr. Cleveland's condi
tion, who believo that he may have
some organic trouble. A half-dozen
others who have seen him frequently
and talked with him, and who should
know, by tho looks and words of tho
President, something of his condi
tion, say that he has worried him
self into a nervous state which
threatens his' physical constitution,
that he does not now suffer from
any organic disease, but if he does
not get absolute rest and freedom
from mental strain he is likely to
have a nervous breakdown or kid
ney trouble. Ho has maintained a
good appetite, and up to a couple of
weeks ago ho slept well. When his
sleep began to be broken and his
appetite to lessen his friends told
nun no must leave Washington and
seek absolute rest. P. S. H., in In
Magnificence of tho Nicaragua En
terprise. It costs 18 cents a bushel to ship
wheat from California to England
Tho Executive Committee of tho
Nicaragua Company estimates that
wheat can be carried by its canal
for 5 cents a bushel. Tho San Fran-
p.Upn Tliillfttiii finrlH f.lint thin will
I stand for a saving of from .$3,000,000
to il,OOU,U0O a year to tho California
wheat interests alone. The couutry
appears to be waking up to the
value as well as tho magnificence of
tho Nicaragua Canal enterprise.
If tho Nicaragua Canal would be
of such enormous benefit to the
wheat growers of California, why
don't they build it? Rochester Post
Expr88. Tho public value of a great enter
prise is not always sufficient induce
ment for private capital. Does our
esteemed and able contemporary be
lieve the original Pacific railroads or
tho Erie Canal would have been con
structed when they wore had thoy
dopouded wholly ou private capital?
And we do not believo it will deny
that thoy have been of incalculable
public bonoiit. Troy Times.
If your piano wants to bo tuned,
pleaso remember Chr. Herskiud, cer
tificated piano maker and tuner,
Penballow houso, opposito St. An
drew's Church. Boretauia streot.
Mutual tolophono (ill.
For a lame back or for a pain in
the side or chost, try saturating a
pieco of flanuol with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and binding it onto tho
affected parts. This treatment will
cure any ordinary case in one or two
days. Pain Balm also euros rheum
atism. 50 cent bottles for salo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agent for tht Hawaiian Inlands.
A movement is on foot in South
Carolina to havo John C. Calhoun's
body, with the sarcophagus erected
over it by the State Legislature some
years ago, removed from St. Philip's
noclected orravovard in Charleston, l'hu hrst coat for sand took the sand fruelv
tn T?r mil t,,l,n.-n n,n, !,: Immn llniily and in luruer duuntitv than lliiseeii
:;. ,u" "Vu "T i " t." .. Zi. "i r". nl dried hard inside of al hours. The
ouu huuio mo tuiioxo no wiaiiuu iui setHiml runt nf Imil
Tasciied, July 21, 18!tt.
W. S. PALM Ell, Eo.., Engineer of Dis
trict No. 1, So. I'aclllu Co.
Tfind thnttlm oil rc;iiirM much lts. pig
mcht than linseed to make a paint of the re
quisitr coierinn and spreading (jiiadYiM. 100
lbs. of white lend will lake no moro than 4
to i Kills, of linseed, whllo in my priming
coat, 1 get even better results with U to lu
gallons of Lucol, and in my second coat
with 7 to 8 gallons of Lucol to 100 lbs. of
lead. This means n vprv miiterinl hiivinp
Ifrotii one-third to one-half) in tho amount '
oi pigmeuc necessary to cover a given sur
face. In my roof color 1 used less than 100 lbs,
of "car puiut" (Princes Metallic ground in
oil) where a roof of this size has always re
quired 200 lbs. of car paint with linseed oil.
I mixed my roof color with 18 pultuns of
Lucol to the 100 lbs of pigment and got a
better body of color than I ever got with
Ic-s than one-half that number of gallons
of linseed. I give you simply the facts but
1 cannot understand or explain them.
'lite drying qualities of the new oil are
perfect. The primiug coal with white lead,
i iuu sui'iiK iiuu jiuiti IU31UU oi i-i uuurs.
has lately been established.
Even When Called Incurable
Torrlblo Solgo-Sclatlc Rhoumatlsm
)ilv color anil trimmlm;
dried thoroughly without tack Inside of i!4
hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
a tine smooth suriacc entirely free from
wrinkles and blisters, and bore out remark
ably well so as to dovelop a lino lustre, giv
ing much better looking results than 1
have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on new wood. The car paint spread un the
roof was mixed with raw Lucol and dried
perfectly in 24 hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half the usual amount of
color was used, the paint covered perfectly
and did not run. The second coat of sand
i nave ever
lilleU up solidlv. takine un a
tity of sand more evenly than
gotten on to unseed.
Tho Lucol has effected a saving of 215
lbs. of pigment or nearly ono-thirn of the
amount usuully required for a building of
With respect to the general appearance
of the finished work, I must couless that 1
never saw its equal in two coat work with
linseed, and il the oil wears as well at
Tancred as It has worn with the Master
Cur Painter, Mr. Fitch, at Sacramento,
there din be no question about the SUPK
IUuJUTY of Lucol oicr liiweed, eien at the
same price per gallon, in ECONOMY, GOOD
LOOKS and m OUKAUILITY.
SignedJ W. H. MELLU8,
l'orcnian Painter, Southern Pacific Co.
ilr. Arthur Simon
Ot Galatea, Ohio.
"They said I was incurable, tho doctor
did, but tho result lias proven that Hood's Sir-sapa-llla
was oblo to rnrc. I had Sclatla
Rheumatism and was confined to my bed six
months. Tlireo physicians i!M not help ma ami
I Was Given Up to Olo
When I was In this tcrrlMo condition, unnbla
lo more hand or foal, I begin to til;o Hood's
Barsaparllla. Tho first bottle had a littlo ef
fect, and wliiloUklns tho e nml. I Rained so
rapidly that I could sit up in my chair. My sys
tem had been so run down 1 oilier mcilklne,
that it took mo quite a whllo to lojuperatJ. Jly
the time I had tiken four bottles or Hood's S.ir
saparllla. 1 could wnlli nrono.il, rnd now, as I
liavo taken six bottles, I am cured and enn
do a good day's work. X do not feci I can pralso
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
enough." ARTnrn Smox, Galatea, Ohio,
HOOD'B PlLLO a tlio bost
rilll, utt dlgetUoo, euro headache. TrTttboz.
HOBItON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Island;
IN THE CIUCl'IT COUKT OF THK
First Circuit, Hawaiian Island". In
I liankruptcy. In the matter of the K-tate
1 of Frances M. Nieoll, of Honolulu, Oahu, a
' Creditors of the said bankrupt are here-
i by notilied to come in and prove Iheir
debts before .such Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit as shall bo tit
ting at Chambers, at Honolulu, ou MON
DAV, the 11th day of September, ls'J.i,
between the hours of ten o'clock in the
forenoon and noon of the said dav, and
-j J , elect an Assignee or Assignees, of the said
n,,b.-u.uu& Knitbrilfit'u Aetata
lly the Court:
teO-P.t Deputy Clerk.
A COTTAGE WITH r, OR
6 rooms within easy
walking distance from the
Post Office. For particulars
apply at this otltce.
A LL PERSONS HAVING
XX against Robert William
sonally are requested to present tho ume
without delav at the Ollice of
BRUCE & A. J. OAirnVRIGHT.
Honolnla. Aug. 2.r, I8.il. 8i:i-tf
rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
JU UllJlUIIllCU ASSlgllUU Ul II1U ijunivrupi
Estate of George Hons, of Wailuku, Maui,
bv the Hon. A. N. Kcpoikai, Judge of the
1 Circuit Court of the Second Circuit, hereby
' gives notice lo all persons having claims
, against the said Bankrupt Estate to pre
t sent the samu to snid Cncuit Court fur
I verilic.itiou within six months or they will
l be forever barred.
I Assignee of the Bankrupt Estate of Ueorge
i Dated ut Wailuku. Maul, Sept. 1, 1893.
For This Week Only J
N. S. SACHS'
OSO B'ort Stroot, Honolulu.
INTERESTING TO HOUSEKEEPERS I
Big Cut in Housekeeping Goods !
Best Quality "White Sheeting, 2h yards wide
" 30 Cents
Best Quality White Sheeting-, 2 yards wide
Best Quality Mosquito "Net, 90 inch wide ; 10 yards
in piece for 2.15 Piece
"White Honey-combed Spreads, fringe all around;
good quality for 1.00
Colored Bed Spreads 75 Cents
$3 Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY I
Robinson Block, Hotel Streot, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery i Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
f ! tt
i n- iTsiw .!. Tr-.T'---;
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robliison Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
BULL TELEPHONE 525. -rt t- MUTUAL TELEPHONE t
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
ETC, ETC, BTO,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
J. HOPP &. CO.
Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique - Oak
Mr. H. J. Majors, of Oakland, Mil.,
says: "I hnvo nold thirtoon bottlos
of Oliauiburlaiu'H CoukIi Kouiody
to-day airj am litorally sold out.
This is tho laryo3t salo ou record of
any ono preparation in a day ovor
our counters. It gives tho best sat
isfaution of any cough medicine we
handle, and as a seller it loads all
other preparations on this maikot,"
For sale by all dealers. Boubou,
Smith & Co., agent for the Hawai
- :o :
I'll. m its. i:ui..i:ti'
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
Tho Italian Government is likely
to order tlio .suspension of tho Catho
lic pilgrimages lo Home, in the event
of tho cholera in Franco, lluiifjary
and other countries continuing next
HOOM TO LEX
ITMIONT BOOM KOU
X' Ueiitleiiini) ut Mi,
IBlegsirLt v TJplxolster-sr
In Kino Spring, Hulr, Wool, Mo- miJ bimw Muttreiwi
PILLOWS OF LIVE GKESE FI2ATHKIIS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements lu Wire Mattresses, Luuuge & Sola Beds, Ulvau Lounges and Sofas.
Great Variety o( Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles & High Cbalrs.
Our Onliliifl-nmklnn Workshop h Hiip'Tlor in Mi-n ami MuutIhI. -m
FUKNnniE ano MArriiKtaUi nEPAiitr.n as noun as new.
AT THK FAMOUS STOKE OK
D3. :f EHLBRS Sc go.
BOS !lc 511 IPOR.T STR,H3E3T.
Oa,:rrto:n. Wash FstTorios !
A Imwisonift Cotton rubric; New Kiyli's thin nuoii, tlio ellcct ti-o fuf-Himilrs of CUlnu
bilkn; to Buti lliiuii iiioiui'- to uiirt'viuu tliviu.
2Lj&JFLTJ S-ATIEEISrS !
Hlllt finish jut out, real Kn-n.'li design, an- the llm-st iiml tlio i-nuo of the eeiiiKJU.
Cashmere Sublimes SO Cents Yard !
One of the Immliomubt W1H1 MiittriuU tliisstuaon cntirmy ubw iuu)
for the prlcr Iium iui l'iuu1,
"Wliite Lavims and Dimity 1
In 1'IhIii, blrlpvil nml Chrukuil in grot variety.
t3T Dressmaking Ondor Uie Manarjemeut oi MHS. RUNNER. j
at Slaortest IMotioe.
Mf-OUIt PKICEH ALWAYS THE LOWr.Bl IN HUNDLULl'. -Oi
No, 74 SClna SILrckwt,
Honolulu, l. I.
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World.0
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
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