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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTEK JUNE 1. 1893.
To Ewa Mill.
Leave 1'ear Oit
Arrivo Kwo Mill 0to7
I .cave Ewa Mill,.
Leave Pearl City.
A. Saturdays only.
C. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
nv c. J. LYONS.
I s1 s e S !! 2 5
r dE. Sfi s-S. ? S
a p'PP P i ?
a.m. p.m. n.m. a.m. '
Moil. 11, IH) 4 25 HI '.2C 1U !!0 S 46 0 0 7 22
rurs. 12 '20 t 0 11 0 10 51) 5 4U 0 9 7 3.1
Weil. 13 5 41 5 -25 II 211 11 80 5 47 0 4 b -27
I ' n.m. p.m.
Thitrs. '14 fi 48 fl 15 ....I II 3D 6 47' 6 3 9 3
Frl. 15 7 40 7 13 0 15 1 00 5 47 3 0 44
Nit, 1115 10 00 0 20, 1 5 4 0 547 6 1 10 27
Sun. 17 10 20 10 40 I 00, U 80, 5 471 6 0 11 13
I I 1 I I I
First quarter of the uionti on tlie 17th, nt51i.
Time Whlstlo blows nt 111. 28m. 31a. p.m. of
Honolulu time, v.lilcli is the sumo ns Wli. Urn.
0s. of (Jieenwicli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1893.
Wednesday, Sept. 13.
XJ S 8 Philadelphia, Barker, 18 days from
Calluo, Peru, Id A
Bchr Burn 1 1 & Eliza from Koolau
Schr Mille Morris from Koolau
Tiiubbday, Sept. 14.
Stmr Hawaii from Heeia
TlIl'MDAY, Sept. 14.
Schr Haleakala for Hawaii
Buhr Millo Morris for Koolau
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Forts.
8tmr Hawaii 675 bags sugar
Schr Sarah & Eliza jM) bags rlco
..' . Vessels in Port.
U S S Philadelphia, Barker, front Callao,
TJ S 8 Boston, Day, from a cruise
USB Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
Am bk Albert, Oritliths, from Ban Fran
cisco Br schr Norma, Macquarrle, from Yoko
hama Am 4-instd schr Alice Cooke, Pcnlmllow,
from Port Gamble
Am bktne Irmgard. Schmidt, from Lysan
'Am bkthe" DJscoverj', Christiansen, from
Am bk Aideu Uesao, Frits, from San Fran
cisco Foreign Vossols Expectod.
04A88 Warrimoo, from Vancouver, B
O, due S-pt 2.1
O & A S 8 Miowera, from Sydney and Bris
bane, due Oct 2
O & O ti ti China, Seabury, from San Fran
cisco, due Kept 18
O&OSS Oceanic, from Yokohama, duo
O S 8 Mariposa, Hay ward, from the Colo
nies, due tjopt 21
0 8 8 Alameila, Morse, from San Francisco
due Sept 2S
OSS Australia, Houdlctte, from San Fran
. cisco, due Oct 7
Jap S S Aikoku Muru, from Yokohama,
aue sept i.s
Am schr Uobert Lewcrs. from Port Gam
ble, due OetO
Am bkt S G Wilder, from Sun Francisco,
due Sept 18
Am bgt J D Spreckels, from S F for Kahu-
lui, due Aug -
Am bk Harvester, from S F Hllo, due Auk
Am bk Ceylon, from San Francisco, due
Am bkt W H Dimond, from San Francisco,
Am bkt Planter, from San Frunclsco, due
Am bx Martha Davis, from Boston, duo
Am bgt Consuelo, from San Francisco for
Kuhulul, Aug 5
Am nclir Transit, from San Francisco, duo
Br ship Co. of Merioneth, from N 8 W, due
Gerbk Puul Isenberg, from Liverpool, duo
Sept 1-15 '
Gerbk Nautilus, from Liverpool, due Dec
HawbdirJ C North, from 6 F for Mahu-
kona,- due Sept '
Haw bl; Andrew Welch, from San Fran
cisco, due Sept 20
Haw bk Maunu Ala, from Sun Francisco,
due Sept. 25
Am ship Topgallant, from Port Blakely
Am schr Allen A, from Eureka, duo Oct 1
Am bk Detroit, from Naiinlmo, due Aug 31
GerbkJ U Piluger, from Breinen, now due
Tho Irmgard is discharging c
Brewer's wiiarf for the Puclllc PI
s. .fertilizing Co.
The barkentine Dlscoverv, now lying in
the naval row, will be moved to the moor
age now occupied by the bark Albert as
noon as it is vacated by the lutter-numcd
The bark Albert will leavo on Tuiday
next for San FrauoUeu. Tho steamer Iwu
laul, which Is duo on Suinluv, is expected
to bring along uioro sugar to complete tho
Albert's list uf cargo.
The steamer liawuil arrived this fore
noon and docked alongside tlie burlc Al
bert. The Hawaii brought 075 bjg of su
gar from Heeln, and the whole lot uero
transferred over to the Albert.
In the anchorage oil the Fish Market nro
to be seen quite uu array of steamers un I
schooners which urc put out of vommh,
moii owing to business Maginuliiu, The
following is u list of ilie prominent ones:
Steamers J.ikollkc, Kiluuut lion mid I.e.
hua; fuhooners Kutilkcaoull, Ka Mol, Moi
walilnc, Kob Jtuy mid lluei.i,
Half tho world is ignorant of how
tho other half lives. This is true,
but it is no fault of the so-called
locioty papori. Vrake'i ilagutint.
LOCAL AND GENEUAIi NEWS.
Lucol oil lends tho way.
Diatnontl Ilontl, 3 p. m. Wcathor,
clear; wind, fresh oast.
A now Japanese uowspnpor will
shortly bo started in tho city.
Tho Jnpaucso Theatro is oponing
out again at tho Hawaiian Opera
Tho drives and walks or tho Ex
ecutive building grounds are not
dusfy thoy are only dust oh black
Tho Snprotno Court has decided
that Alex. Ybung has not infringed
tho Eisdon Iron Works' patont on
automatic feed rolls.
Admiral Skorrott, paid a visit to
tho U. S. cruiser Philadelphia at D
o'clock this morning, and spent an
hour on board.
At 12:00 to-day a gatling gun
could have raked Fort street bo
tweon tho curbs, from Fishol's cor
ner to tho harbor, without hitting
man or beast.
Mr. L. J. Lovoj', will sell tho leaso
of tho Waikiki property, now occu
pied by Mrs. W. L. Green, on Thurs
day, 21st iust., instead of Wednes
day, 20th inst.
U. S. Consul-General Severance
paid an ollicial visit-to. tho U. S.
cruisoi Philadelphia this aftornoon,
and received a salute of nine guns
on his departure.
Tho Ewa murder caso has airain
been remanded to Sept. 22d. Mr.
W. E. Castlo, tho prosecuting attor
ney, having secured further evi
dence Two of the Japs have beon
discharged and eleven aro under ar
rost. A number of native fishermen
with a not, attracted a largo crowd
of peoplo at the boat landing this
morning, and for once Police Spe
cial Sheahan laid aside all official
pomposity, aud iho crowd looked
on at leisure
The strong arm of the law swoop
ed dbwu on tho uotbrious Bay View
Resort last night and captured a na
tive couple with two dozen bottles
of "swipes." Thoy wore charged at
the Police Statiou'with selling liquor
without a liconse.
Special Thurston fell out with
Captain Klommo of tho mounted
patrol yesterday evening, aud in a
heat of passion used rather strong
language. Tho captain caused the
arrest of tho special for using vulgar
languago toward his superior.
Tho funeral of tho lato Win. Ho
sier, who died Tuesday night from
the accident happening him on Fri
day morning, took placo at 3:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon, under
tho auspices of Harmony Lodge No.
3, 1. O. O. F. Tho flags on tho Cali
fornia Fruit Co.'s building and on
the King-street House, his late lodg
ing places, wero hung -rat half-mast
out of respect to his memory. ,
' TBICKS THAT ABE VAIN."
John Comes a Game on a Molokni
Tn tho District Court yesterday
afternoon a nativo fisherman named
Kamai from Molokai brought an as
sumpsit suit for S105 against a Chi
nese fish peddlor. Kamai brought
with him from Molokai on tho
steamer Mokolii last Saturday some
five thousand fresh akiiles. On tho
arrival of tho steamer the Chinaman
purchased tho entiro supply of fish
forS133, promising to pay the money
after tho fish were sold.
Tho Chinese peddler divided tho
fish with a nativo and their com
bined efforts realized the sum of
S99.70. When tho Chinaman found
ho was going to lose ho tried to
back out of the agreement by saying
that ho sold'tho fish oil commission.
Ho paid Kamai 530 on- Sunday, and
decided to leavo tho matter to a
court of justice. Other witnesses
destroyed John's evidence and judg
ment was given for tho Molokai
fisherman for S103.
Violation of Agricultural Bules.
The caso of tho Wildor's Steam
ship Co., charged with violating
section 1, regulations of tho Bureau
of Agriculture aud Forestry, by re
ceiving on board of tho steamer
Claudiue, at Honolulu, on or about
August 22d, a plant, and carrying
the same to the island of Maui, came
up in tho District Court this morn
ing. Tho company through its secre
S. B. Hose, pleaded guiltj',
fined $5 unci S3 costs.
Committod to the Insuno Asylum.
Mr. Nicholson Noal, lately em
ployed in Wilder's stables, was com
mitted to the Insane Asylum yester
day afternoon, the examination being
held at the residence on King street.
Dr. Cooper in ovidonco stated that
Mr. Neal was sulfering from acute
mania, with partial paralysis. IIo
had suffered with iuhouiula. Tho
patient had enjoyed general good
health during the past year. Alco
holism is the cause.
Fino Fox Terriers.
In onon tho wiudow.s of tho Pa
cilio HafUwaro Co. aro to bo seen
photos of pure bred fox torriors
raised and imported by Mr. W. E.
Lewis, one of Honolulu's dog fuu
oiors. Mr. Lewis, who perhaps,
knows more about dogs, especially
fox lemur., than any other man on
tho islands, recently showed a Bul-
! leii.-i reporter a line littor of fox
terriers, bred from his well-known
prize winning block. Several of iho
puppies are daisies,
A concert will bo givou by tho
P. 0, Baud (his evening at the
Arlington Hotel, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Tho occasion is com
plimentary to tho Myrtle Boat Club
crow, now quurtorod ot tho Arlington.
U. B. B. PHILADELPHIA.
Arrival of this Formidable Whito
Cruisor at Honolulu.
Tho U. S. cruiser Philadelphia, in
command of Captain A. S. Barker,
was tolophouod oft" Diamond Head
at i o'clock yesterday aftornoon, and
shortly nftor 5 o'clock sho dropped
anchor in tho naval row. Sho camo
over from Callao, Peru, S. A., in
about eighteen days, having left that
port on August 26th. The follow
ing is hor log:
August 27th, 188 milosj 28lh, 288;
29th, 280; 80th, 275; 31st. 292; Sop
tempor 1st, 289; 2d, 301; 3d, 330; 4th,
320; 5th, 285; (5th, 258; 7th, 210; 8th,
282; 9th, 281; 10th, 291; 11th, 278;
12th, 320; 13th, 393; covoring a dis
tanco of 5200 miles, and arrived at
Honolulu Soptombor 13th nt 4:30
Nothing of an oxcoptionnl nature
hnpponed on tho passago. Off tho
harbor tho cruisor saluted tho Ha
waiian Hair with twontv-ouo rims.
and later tho Admiral s flag with
thirteen guns. Tho Boston res
ponded to tho lattor saluto, and tho
shoro battery roturned tho salute to
the Hawaiian flag. Tho wharves
wore lined with people to witnoss
tho fino member of tho whito
squadron as sho camo into port.
Tho Philadelphia carries a comple
ment of 380 men, all told. Hor
leugch is 315 feet; beam, 48 feet G
inches; mean draught, 20 foot 8
inches; displacement tonnage, 4321.
Sho was built by Wm. Cramp &
Sous, of Philadelphia, aud launched
on Sept. 7, 1889. Cost, with arma
mont, Sl,819,020.85. Built of mill
cd steel, the plating g inch thick,
tho protective deck zA inches to 4
inches thick, and tho conning tower
3 inches thick. Tho motive power
is steam. Has twin screws with
horizontal triple expansion engines,
capable of developing 8815 liorso
powor, and driving tho vessel at tho
rate of 19.08 knots an hour or about
The main battery consists of four
6-inch breech-loading rifled guns
mouuted on the forecastle and poop
decks, and 8 6-inch breech-loading
rilled guns mounted in broadside
on tho spar-deck. The weight of
fire from these guns ahead and as
tern is 400 pounds. The same abeam
or in broadside is 600 pounds.
The secondary battery consists of
two 1-poundors, four 3-pouuders,
and four 6-pounders, rapid-fire guns,
three 37m Hotchkiss revolving can
non and four Gatling guns, mount
ed on tho rail, also five torpedo
tubes lor use ot automobile torpe
does. Tho Philadelphia is fitted with
olectric lights throughout, four
powerful search lights, and 98 water
tight compartments, and has 40 dis
tinct aud separate engines for vari
ous purposes. Tho vontilation is
perfected by two blower engines,
tho pipes for which reach every
room aud compartment.
The vessel carries 1 steam launch,
1 steam whale boat, 1 barge, 1 gig, 2
dinghoys, 3 cuttera, 2 whale boats,
and 1 sailing launch.
Has double bottom 5 feet deep
extending full length of machinery
space and magazines. Coaling capa
city, 1095 tons.
Coal consumed 300 tons (forced
draft) 20 knots; coal consumed 165
tons (all boilers) 18 knots; coal con
sumed 30 tons 10 knots.
The following is the list of hor
Captain A. S. Barker, command
ing. Lieutenant -Commander L. C.
Logan, executive officer.
Lieutenant W. M. Wood, naviga
Lieutenant Samuel Seabury.
Lieutenant Alex. Sharp, Jr.
Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) P. J. Wor
lich.' Lieutenant (Jr. Gr.) W. S. Sims.
Ensign C. M. Knopper.
Eusjgn Phillip Williams.
Ensign H. J. Ziogemoier.
Eusign L. A. Bostwick.
Naval Cadet ,1. A. Perry.
Naval Cadet D. M. Berry.
Naval Cadet J. S Doddridge.
Naval Cadet P. N. Olmsted.
Naval Cadet F. P. Upham.
Naval Cadet A. A. McKothau.
Naval Cadet (Eng. Div.) F. D.
Passed Asst. Surgeon E.P. Cran
dall. Passed Asst. Surgeon E. S. Bo
Assistant Surgeon M. S. Guest.
Paymaster C. E. Heudee.
Chief Engineer Isaac E. Mc
Narry. Passed Asst. Engineer W. N.
Assistant Engineer F. H. Conant.
Assistant Engineer TJ.T. Holmes.
First Lieut, of Marines T. C.
I Acting uuuner n. a. cuers.
Uarpontor l1. b. Shoppard.
Pay Clerk Theo. W. Arms.
Several of tho officers on tho
Philadelphia are well known hero,
having made previous visits years
ago. Captain Barker was hero in
the flagship Lancaster in tho reign
of Kamehainoha V.
Thoro is a band consisting of ten
mombors on tho cruisor under tho
leadership of a chief musician. The
Boston's band, with tho oxcoption
of four or fivo mombors who leave
for tho Coast, will bo transferred to
the Philadelphia. Tho Boston may
not leave until next week, when she
will go direct to Mare Island.
-un nui;i-t'nn ui iiun. niiiut) iu.
Hoain, of McKeesport, Pennsylvania,
in the treatment of diarrhoea in her
children will undoubtedly be of in
terest to many mothers. She says:
"1 spout several weeks in Jonstown,
i'a., after the great flood, on account
of my husband bo'ini employed
'PI... ......,,... ..f !.. A....!.. r
utwoon&T'tSok the1 'dinrrhlia
very badly. 1 got some of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Itumody from Kuv. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of them. I know of
him ral othur cases whore it was
equally successful, I think it can
not hi excelled aud cheerfully re
commend it." 25 and DO cunt bot
tles for sale by all dealers, lleusou,
Smith & Co., agents for the Hawai
Mr. Dolo'a Portrait.
Mr. W. H. Charlock, Jr., repre
senting Mr. J. J. Williams, has beon '
going around with a subscription I
fist . drawn out by Mr. Juo. Etmno-
luth, looking to tho purchasing of
tho crayon picturo of Mr, Dole, i
which was lately on exhibition in M.
Mclnorny's corner window. Tho '
purchase prico was to he gathered
from tho mombors of tho Councils, i
and tho picturo was to bo hung in
tho Council chamber. As tho pic-
ture was hanging on the chamber
wall this aftornoon, it is piosumed
that tho nocossary funds have beon
subscribod by P. G. patriots.
San Francisco Train Held Up.
Tho Frisco train 1, duo to arrivo
this morning, says a late St. Louis
despatch, was held up by two men
at St. Joseph, Mo., and robbed. Tho
safo was oponod, but the amount
taken was unknown. ,
It seems that two men got on :
board tho train at tho Holla tank, '
hiding between tho tender and the
oxpross car. When two miles from
St. James, thoy forced their way
through tho front door of the car,
and before tho surprised Wells,
Fnrgo & Co. messenger, E. P. Fer
guson, could collect himself, they
overpowered him, took his revolver
away, auu in a low moments com
pelled him to opou tho way to tho
safo, from which thoy abstracted
valuables. A sharp pull on tho
boll-cord brought tho ongiuo to a
halt, tho robbers opened tho side
door of tho car and, jumping out,
mado thoir escape in u northerly
direction, firing a few shots as thoy
loft tho car, to awe iho trainmen
Tho train was run to St. James,
aud a posso immediately started in
Eooms to let
with board at Ilaui-
Root Beer on draught at Bhiimhi,
Smith & Co.'s.
For New Silks and Infants'
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bensiiu, Smith & Co.,
Dr. B. I. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has i
removed his office from King street '
to Beretania street, near Emma. ,
Stamp collectors can obtain at the
Bulletin office printed stamp sheets
for Hawaiian postal stamps in quan
tities to suit, from ono up. ,
Do not forgot tho time when you
can ring up N. F. Burgess to do j
your work. Watch his ad., till nine i
in the morning. Mutual tolepuono
If your piano wants to be tuned,
please remember Chr. Hurskind, cer
tificated piano maker and tuner,
Penhallow house, opposite St. An
drew's Church, Boretauia street.
Mutual telephone 614.
For a lame back or for a pain in
the side or chest, try saturating a
piece of flannel with Caamberlain's
Pain Balm and binding it onto the
affected parts. This treatment will
cure auy ordinary case m ono or two
days. Pain Balm also cures rheum
atism. 50 cont bottles for sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co..
agents for the Hawaiiai IbIhikIk
Official reports from tho IS59 State
aud national banks of Michigan
show that deposits aggregating S10,
602,882 wero withdrawn between
May 0th and July 22d.
A COTTAGE WITH SOR
0 rooms within emy
walking distance from tiie
Post Ollire. For particulars
apply at this ollice.
A LL PKItSONB HAVING
XI. against Hubert William
sonally are requested to present the same
without delay nt the Ofllce of
BBUCE & A. J. CAKTWKIOHT.
Honolula. Ang. 26, 1WVI. 81.'!-tf
J. HOPP &, CO.
Beautiful - Articles
Sulendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
BINOLK I'lElF.H AND HC1.S
COHNICE l'OLEB IN WOOD Olt Ult.- JKM'YIISUS
nEClegsmt " TJptLOlster"y
In Fine Spring, Hair, Wool, Moss and Slniw luilres-ns
PILLOWS OF LIVE GliliSK M5ATIJI3KS AND SILK KLOSS
' latesl Improreuieuts Id Wire Harnesses,
Great Variety ol Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles & lllgli Cbalm.
1 Our Cuhlui'l-iimkiug Workshop
FUHNnrni: ank iiATrni-s.-.K.s
JVEaXtine Laid at
OIIU I'ltHES ALWAYS
No, 74 IClna Struct,
Report of the Foreman Painter, j
Southern Pacific Co,
Tasihed, July 21, lb'J2.
W. S. PALMKK, Krfq., Engineer ot Dis
trict No. 1, So. l'ucillc Co.
J find that tlir oil rei vires much lent )ig
ment Iurn limccd to muke ;mU of the re
oiiuile cmcrinii (mil m tailing nunlitien. 100
lbs. of white lciid will take no more than 4
to li gals, of linseed, while in my priming
cont, i get even better results wltn u to 1U
t Lucol, ami in my second coat ,
) 8 gullous of Lucol to 100 lbs. of
lis means a very material wiving
cad. T i
(from one-thlnl to one-liulf) in the amount
of pigment necessary to cover a given sur
face. In my roof color I used less than 100 lbs,
of ''car paint" (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 gallons ol
l.ucol to tho 100 lbs. of pigment and got a
better body of color than 1 ever got with
lc-s tluin one-half that number of gjllons
of linseed. 1 give you simply the facts but
1 cannot unilcrstiiuil or explain them.
The drying qualities of the new oil aro
perfect. The jirimiug coat with white leuil,
dried strong aud hard inside of 21 hours.
Iho tirst coat for sund took the sand freelv
firmly and in larger quantity than linseed
and dried hard inside of 21 hours. The
second coat of body color and trimming
ighly without tack inside of 24
hours. It covered norfectlv and dried with
a line smooth surlaee entirely free from
wrinkles and blisters, and bore out remark
ably well so as to develop a lino lustre, giv
ing much better looking results than I
have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on new wood. The car paint spread on the
roof was mixed with raw l.ucol and dried
perfectly in 21 hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half the usual amount of
color was useu, tuc paint covered perfectly
anu did not run. xue second coat ol
lil lea up solidly, taking up a
tlty of sand more evenly tha
tlian 1 have ever
gotten on to unseed.
Tho l.ucol has elfccted a savintr of 215
lbs. of pigment or nearly onu-thint of tho
amount usually required for a building of
With rospect to the general appearance
of the finished work, I must confess tliat 1
never saw it- equal in two coat work with
Unseed, aud if tlie oil wears us well at
Tuncrcd as It bus worn with the Master
Car Painter, Mr. Fitch, at Sacramento,
thirc can be no question about the SUl'K
UIOHITY of Lvcnloier linietd, run at the
Mine inter per gallon, in ECONOMY. GOOD
I.00K8 fiii( m DUBAItlLlTY.
Signed! V. H. MF.I.l.US,
l'oremiin fainter, Southern l'ucillc Co.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
IN THE CIKOUIT COUNT OF THE
Fir.-a Circuit, Hawaiian Island-. In
Bankruptcy, in the matter of the H-tate
ol Frances M. Nieoll, of Honolulu, O.ihu, a
Creditors of the said bankrupt aro here
by notilied to come in and prove their
debts before such Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit as shall lie sit
ting at Chumbers, at Honolulu, on MON
DAV, the llth day of September, ls'.H,
between the hours of ten o'clock in the
forenoon mid noon of tlie said day, and
elect an Assignee or Assignees, of tlie said
By the Court :
S20-.'it Deputy Clerk.
rpjiE UNDEKSIONEI) HAVING BEEN
I -L appointed Assignee of tlie Bankrupt
Estate of George Hons, of Wailuku, Muui,
I by the Hon. A. N. Kepolkal, Judge of the
Circuit Court of the Second Circuit, hereby
' gies notice to all persons having claims
against the said Bankrupt Estate to pre
, sent the same to said Circuit Court for
verification within six mouths or they will
I bo forever barred.
I JOHN IUCHAUDSON,
j Assignee ot the iiankrupt Estate of George
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Sept. 1, lb!M.
- in - Antique - Oak
(Ml VlltS En... Etc.
Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Solas
N Superior in Men and Material. -i.i
uki'.miii:i) ts noon as m:v.
THE J.OW1-.M' IN HUNMI.IU.U. -.
Honolulu, H. X,
j FcJr This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
BSO Fort Street, Honolulu..
Big Cut in Housekeeping Goods !
Bust Quality White Shtiuling
Best Quality White Sheeting,
Best Quality Mosquito "Net,
. . u n x
111 piUCU I OP
"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!
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENHIVK ASSORTMENT OF
:.. TV . Ml '
WTf.ffPif 1 !.- : ' .1
I Kr . .. ..(i
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OU DAMAOKD GOODS KEPT ON HAND
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bothel Street.
BELL, TELEPHONE 525. - - MUTUAL TELEPHONE 04b.
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
JUL. S. LEVY
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OF -
IB. IF1. IEIHIIILiIEIRS & oo.
BOS & 511 B'ORT S'l'IZ.HJEJT.
Canton Wash ITeLlorios !
A handsome Cotton Fabric Nc tiyut this season; the ellen, art fuc-nuile of l'hiu
BllUs, to see ihem means to appicei.Ue lliein.
3VE.AJR.TT S-A.rPEi03STS !
Silk liuisb just out, mil Fren. h designs an ihu tintt-t and the nnn of the h.-wnu
Cashmere Svilolim.es 20 Cents "Y"a.rci !
Duo of tin huiiil-iiiiioal Wash Minn nils this season, btitneo lien umi
for the prlci liu uo cijual.
Wlaite Lawns and IDimity I
In I'linii. btrlped and Checked in gieut variety.
CST Dressmaking Under tho Management of MRS. nEHKEIt. .(S3
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892,' : : 842,432,174.00
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J. 3. -WALKER, '
Awut toi thf HwaUu ltUud.
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2 yards wide.
00 inch wide : JO yards
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