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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FKOM AND AFTER JUNE 1. 1803.
To Ewa Mill.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hoad, 12 in. Woatlior,
cloudy, wind light northeast.
Thoro will bo tho usual practico
match of crickot this nfturnoou.
Tho Plauots aud Myrtlos play
baseball at 3:30 o'clock this afternoon.
Leave Honolulu 8: l.r) 1:45
Leovri Pearl Ulty !:30 2:80
Arrive Ewa Mill 9:67 2:57
Lenvo Kwa Mill...
Leave l'earl City . .
A. Saturdays only.
O. BuntluvH excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN,
SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 1893.
Flit day, Sept. 15.
Am bk Detroit, Darrali, 30 days from Na
naimo, B O
8ATURDAY, Sept. 10.
Sttur Jamos Makee from Kauai
Stmr C It Bishop from Kauai
Strar Mokolil from Moloknl
Bloop Wnlanne from Walanae
D. H. NAHINU DEAD.
Ho Was a Veteran Hawaiian Public wni, Waikiki.
Rooms to lot with board at llani-
Behr Sarah It El Ira for Koolail
Vessels Loaving Monday.
Btmi Mokolil for Molokal, Lanai and
Maul at 5 p m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau at 10 a m
Stmr James Makee for Kauai at 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Mikahala 103 bags coffee, 93 bags
bones, W bags awa, 10 bJIs hides, 31
head cattle, 2 horses and 100 pkgs sun
dries. Btmr Jus Makco 2'.'0 bags suRar, 60 bags
rice, 21 bags taro, 27 bdls co.il bagi and
27 pkgs sundries.
Stmr C K Bishop 1092 bags paddy, 40 bags
rice, 00 bbls niolasaes and Uu pkgs sun
dries. Stmr Mokolii 10G sheep, 10 head cattle
and 12 bales wool.
Mr. P. G. Camarino's pineapple
ranch at Kalihi is in a flourishing
A heavy showor of rain fell at
Pearl City at 3 o'clock yesterday and
continued for about an hour.
Eniriuo Co. No. -1
Dumniuir water from tho reservoir
at Thomas Squaro into tho main.
Major G. C. Potter, aidecamp to
President Dole, lost his hat on tho
train whilo going to Mauaua yestor
day. Ono of tho largo polos for tho
wires of tho Hawaiian Elect rio Co.
has beon erected at Queen aud Ala
Thoso wishing to joiu a normal
class aro requested to bo prosout at
tho Fort street school, Tuesday, tho
19th inst., at 2 o'clock p. m.
Pili, a thirtcon-yoar-old ward of
Hack Inspector S. Macy, was com
mitted to tho Roform School for
ono year for playing "hokoy."
Mr. Devorill, Deputy Sheriff of
Kauai, is reported to have said that
ho honed to catch Koolau, tho Ka-
Letters received by tho steamer
Mikahala brought nows of tho death
6f D. H. Nahitiu at his homo at Hoo
kona, Hawaii, on last Wednesday.
His death was causud by fover
brought on by exposure. Mr. Na
hinu had reached the ago of 65 years,
having boon born at Hookoua in
1828. Ho was a member of tho
Legislature for sovoral tortus, in
which capacity ho was assiduous in
looking aftor tho interests of his
constituency. Doafnoss interfered
is engaged in a good deal with his capacity in the
I 1. I u i lnnl I wi nlnMtffi riiinm r lt i.l ln..ilfl
that of 1890. Mr. Nnhinu was also
a mombor of tho Privy Council and
ono of tho oldest members of tho
Hawaiian bar, aud ho filled many
public ollicos in his district at vari
ous times. In church matters he
was zealous, contributing liberally
to church objects. Being possossod
of considerable property ho lived
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith At Co.'s.
lalau lepor bandit, in
two or tureo weous.
tho courso of
From Kauat, per stmr James Makeo, Sept
10 Prince Kalanlanaole, J A Hoog and 10
From San Frnncisco, per barkontine, S Q
Wilder. Sept 15-Kobt Gray, Dr Sarcent
and wife, Miss O A JIarsh, V Chattleid, J
Ouderkirk and V H Horn.
From Molokai, per stmr Mokolil, Sept
16-tH V Meyers, Mr Mutch, Mr McCart
ney, Mrs H McCorriston and 3 children,
Misses Beckley (2; and 15 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr O R Bishop, Sept
10 Capt J Boss, Mrs S Bcrtelmaim and 2
children, Misoes Bertelm.mn (2), DrSIite
mura and 2 children and 10 deck.
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr Mika
hala, Sept 15 Volcano: T A Shaw, W V
D Wright. Miss Donner. Waypons: TO
Wills. O Bosoe, C von Hamiu, C F Peter
son, J Tash, T .Elliot, Col S Norris, L
Clionp. Misses Kin'iua Yates, Mary Mai tin,
Kate Kekaula, Kniina and Alice bniithlci.,
Johnson, lone and Tlllio Wills. Trinity
uud E Marcos, Lino, l.ulu Meineckc, Lihby
Kaelemakule. Eva Sunter and Mary Zab
lan; Alasters Thos Smithies, C and J Wills,
J Kaelemakule. G Erieloon and E E Rob-
ins; Mrs J 1' Lino and 4 children, Mrs L
Chong, Mrs S H Davis, Mrs Jas Morse and
child, Ah Tal, Ah Lung, O Siuieuna and 62
Foreign Vessels Expected.
O & A fl S Warrimoo, from Vuncouver, B
O & A 8 S Miuwcra, from Sydney and Bris
bane, due Oct 2
O & O tt ri China, Seabury, from San Fran
cisco, due Sept 18
O & O S S Oceanic, from Yokohama, due
O S M Mariposa, Hayward, from the Colo
nies, due Sept 21
OSS Alameda, Morse, from San Francisco
due Sept 2S
OSS Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco, due Oct 7
Jap S 8 Aikoku Maru, from Yokohama,
due Sept 13
Am schr Uobort Lewers, from Port Gam
ble, due Oct 0
Am bgt J D Sprcckels, from S F for Knliu-
iui, due Aug 20
Am bk Harvester, from S F Hilo, due Aug
Am bk Ceylon, from San Francisco, due
Am hkt Planter, from San Francisco, due
Am bk Martha Davis, from Boston, duo
Am bgt Consueio, from San Francisco for
Kahului, Aug 5
Am schr Transit, from San Francisco, due
Br ship Co. of Merioneth, from N S W, due
Ger bk Puul Isenberg, from Liverpool, due
Ger bk Nautilus, from Liverpool, due Dec
Haw schr J 0 North, from S F for Mahu-
kona, due Sept 25
Haw bk Andrew Welch, from San Frun-
cisco, duo Sept 20
Haw bk Mnuna Ala, ftom San Francisco,
due Sept. 25
Am ship Topgallunt, from Fort Blakely
Am schr Allen A, from Eureka, due Out 1
Gar bk J C Pllugcr, (rum Bremen, now due
The steamer J. A. Cummins will bail
from the Oceanic I.'o.'h wharf hereafter.
She has been transferred to the Oceanic
Bteamship Co,, and will sail under that
Company's Hag in the future.
The barkentluo S. O. Wilder. Capt. Mc- 1
Peill. arrived yesterday 1U days from
San Francisco. Tho piissace was an un
eventful ono, having expoiieueed nothing
but flue weather thinughout,
The American bark Detroit, C.ipt. Dar
rali, arrived from Nunuimo, B. C, yester
day with a load of about 2JO0 tons of eoul,
She was 30 days in making tho trip, and,
like the barkeutiuo S. G, Wilder, reports
nothing unusual 011 the passage.
EOBA-ln this city, Sept. 10th, to the wife
of Joseph Itosa, u son,
HEWITT At Nnalehu. Hawaii, All),'. 30th,
to the wife of O, C. Hewitt, u t-un.
HORE-At Waluliui, Sept. Kith, the infant
eon of Judgo ami Mrs. E. Horo.
By recent vossols Messrs. Ordway
& Porter havo added to their stock
of furniture. There aro still larger
supplies now atloat, of which our
readers will bo notified on arrival.
Two natives contributed S20 each
to the depleted treasury this morn
ing. They had been punnueling other
people and wore found guilty in the
District Court of assault aud battery.
Sovoral wiros on tho Boll Tele
phone lino on Emma streot had to
bo cut down j'ostorday morning as,
they were in tho way of the men
cutting dowu tho brauchos along
Tho young uativo "gos&oon" who
goes about tho streets doing tho
hula act and accompanying himself
on a tin pot, was beautifully fooled
to-day by a prominent wine mer
chant on Merchant street.
KAMEHAMEHA III. MEMORIAL.
Mnrblo Tablet to Bo Eroctod in Ka
Tho trustees of Kawniahao
Church aro arranging to havo a mar-
blo tablet orected in Kawaiahao
Church in memory of Kamohamoha
III. It is to bo placed on tho
mauka wall of tho church noar tho
pulpit, opposito whoro tho honored
Iting had his pew. Tho tablet will
bear an inscription in Hawaiian, of
which tho following is a froo trans
lation: KAMEHAMEHA III.
Born March 17, 1814.
Became King March 17. 1833, when 19 years
Died in Honolulu, Dec. 15, 1831, aged 40
years and 9 months.
Boigned 21 years and U months.
He made a deed of the ground on which
Kawaiahao Church stands to the con
gregation on July 21. 1812. Commenced
work on tho present Kawaiahao Church
on Sept. 18, 1833. Church completed
July 2, 1812, having taken 5 years and
II davs to complete. Dedicated on the
21-tJuly, lb42, at 3 p. m. Jubileo held
For Now Silks and Infants'
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
Aftor shaving uso Cucuiubor Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agouts.
Sunburn roliovod at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith As Co., !
Dr. 11. I. Modro. dentist, has ro-
tnovod his oflico to Arlington House, I
Hotel stroet Parlor No. 2. I
Dr. Goo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
romovod his oflico from King stroet
to Borotania street, near Emma.
Stamp collectors can obtain at tho
Bulletin oflico printed stamp shoots
for Hawaiian postal stamps in quan
tities to suit, from ono up. j
Do not forgot tho timo whon you
can ring up N. F. Burgess to do
your work. Watch his ad., till niuo
in tho morning. Mutual telephone
If your piano wants to bo tuned,
ploaso remember Chr. Horskind, cer
tificated piano maker aud tuner,
Ponhallow house, opposite St. An
drew's Church, Borotania streot.
Mutual tolophono 614.
Frick, tho Carnegio manager at
Pittsburg, has had his salary of S30,
000 a year reduced to $35,000.
Railroad Commissioners of Kansas
havo not yot been able to secure
seed wheat for tlio western part of
LOCO L OIL SPECIALMEa
I For This Week Only !
Loads the Way !
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
PALM Kit. Esu.. Engineer
trict So. 1, So. Pueltle
N. S. SACHS'
QBO ZPort Streot, Honolulu.
Preparations aro being concluded
for receiving orders for house light
ing from the now plant of tho Ha
waiian Electric Compauy. "Wiring
of houses will bo vigorously prose
cuted as contracts aro made.
Kawaiahao Seminary has started
a domestic department, whose pro
ducts aro offered for sale. The
management in a card elsewhere call
attention of housekeepers to Thanks
giving and Christinas bakings,
Tho re is a forest Cro on the hithor
slope of Tantalus to-day, tho smoke
from which outers the town and
adds to tlm prevailing sultriness. It
is not much uso planting forests to
be oarolossly or wantonly destroyed.
"Tho Nijiusoiki" or "Twoutieth
Century" is tho latest arrival on
Honolulu's journalistic field. It is a
Japanese newspaper, published tri
weekly. Number one was issued to
day, and bears an artistic titlo page.
In Circuit Court chambers to-day,
Mr. W. C. Parke's final account as
assignee of Mary Hop Keo aud
Akau, with a dividend of 15 percent,
was allowed aud tho assignee order
ed discharged on filing creditors'
Tho plank sidewalk in front of tho
Merchants' Exchange Saloon, cor
ner of Nuuanu and King streets, is
beinc pulled up and a concrete ono
is now being laid in its place. When
it is finished pedestrians will bo very
gratoful for tho improvement.
Tiio Myrtle six-oared crew will
leave for Poarl City Peninsula this
evening, where tlioy will finish their
training for tho coming champion
ship event to tako place there on
October 7th. Their effects were
taken down on tho afternoon train
D. Koa, an ox-policoman, and pro
prietor of tho Bay View Resort, and
wife were arrostod tho other night
for selling swipes without a license.
In tho District Uourt to-tiay tho
wife was discharged, aud Koa was
found guilty and sentenced to pay a
fine of S200.
A monster tank capable of hold
ing ten thousand gallons, or forty
tons, of water has been built about
an eighth of a inilo abovo tho Ma
uaua station. Work ou tho tank
wa concluded yesterday, Mr. B. F.
Denuison, Superintendent of tho
Oahu Railway Co., personally super
intending the wot k.
Gleo Club Concert.
A concert will bo Riven by the
Honolulu Gloo Club in aid of the
Y. M. C. A. library, in tho Associa
tion hall ou Saturday, September
23d, at 7:30 o'clock. "The following
program will bo rendered:
Part Song "Maiden of the Fleur de
Song "Onlv in dreams" DeKovcn
Mr. F. M. Wakefield.
Instrumental Trio. Miss Atkinson,
Me.-srs. Itosen and Taylor.
Tart Song '"You stole my love". MoFarren
Song "'Love me sweet with all thou
Mri, E. D. Tenney.
Instrumental Trio Violin, Organ and
Piano Intermezzo from "('aval-
lcria Kusticana." Mascagini
Mers. Ko'-en, Tavlor ond Wakefield.
Song "A message." Thompson
Miss Clara Glade.
Pait Song "Where wavelets ripple
Song "Love's Sot row" Shelley
Mr. O. Booth.
Part Song "Song of tho Triton"
Short Croath, Heart Trouble, Rhou-matlam.
Jilrs. L. or. Palno
Eagle Creek, Oregon.
Wise and Otherwise.
Grasshoppers aro doing
damage to crops in Iowa.
A conference of Anarchists was to
bo hold in Chicago September 15th.
Another gas well with powerful
flow has Ijeon struck at Stronghurst,
Tho Harvest Homo picnic of
Southern Michigan at Dovil's Lake
was attoudod by 20,000 farmers.
Last year tho total valuation of
the railroads of Kansas was $50,000,
000. This year it is increased $10,-
Self-love is not so vile a sin as solf
A Philadelphia manufacturer of
liuon wear advertises himself as a
Whon tho dealers put down tho
prices on punches tho women put
thorn up. Boston Globe.
Minnie Did ho kiss you when ho
proposed? May Certainly; I would
not consider any but sealed pro
Music Teacher I don't know why
you aro displeased. Your daughter
really sings very well. Father Yes;
but how is it that she novor siugs
anything but soprano? hchalk.
Needed Renewal Wright Thoso
aro pretty tough looking patent
leather shoos you have ou. Garnor
Thoy wero all right origiually, but
tho patent has expirod on them.
An Englishman, whoso will has
just beon probated, loft $50,000 to
various charities and the remainder
of his estate, S.375,000, to Sir Henry
Thompson, the scientist.
Now York uses about 160,000,000
gallons of water daily.
A gang of bold robbers is follow-
"I have lived hero In Oregon for tlio past
twenty years, and most of tho time havo b:en a
very great sufTercr from iuflnuimntorr
rhcttmntUra. 1 h:ivo alio lmd what tlio doctor
called heart disease, with shortness of breath
and sharp pains hi the led side. Ideclilcilto tako
ITooil's S.irsanarllla, and beforo 1 hail finished
thrco bottles I was In Letter Iicaltli than I had
been for car3. I do not have any pain now,
sleep well, and to-day no woman of my uzo
Enjoys Cotter Health
than I. At home on the ranch I not only attend
to my family housework, hut last summer I
cared for and tnllUcd four cow s. 1 do not feel
that I can say half enough In pralso of
Mns. L. M. Paine, Eaglo Creek, Oregon.
Hood's Piiloaro prompt end eMcleut, yet
easy la action. Sold by all dru-Uts. iiic
HOBRON, NEWMAN ,fe CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
I I find that the oil require much let? piy
mcut than linseed to make a ainl ojf the re
quisite coeeriiw and tprcadinp qualities'. 100
lbs. of white lead will take nu more than 1
to 4V gals, of linseed, while in my priming
coat, 1 get oven belter results witliOtolU
gnnous oi i.ucoi, ami in my wound coat
1 with 7 to 8 gallons of Lucof to 100 lbs. of
i lead. This means n very material saving
(from one-third lo one-half) in the amount
, of pigment necessary to cover a given sur
face. In my roof color I used less than 100 lbs.
of "ear paint" (Princes Metallic ground in
oil) where a roof of this size has alwuvs re-
uired 1100 lus. of car paint with Unseed oil.
iiiIyim! ,nv rnnf eolnr uttli m tmllrirm nf
I.ucoi to the 100 lbs. of tiiumcnt and cot a
better body of color than 1 ever got with
' lexs than one-hulf that number ot gallons
of lluccd. I give you simply the facts but
, I cannot understand or explain them.
1 The drying qualities of the now oil are
perfect. The primiuij eutil with whito lead,
dried strong and hard inside of -4 hours.
The first coat for sand took the sand freely.
; linnh and in larger quantity than linseed
and dried hard inside of 21 hours. Tho
second coat of bodv color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 24
I hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
1 a lino smooth surince entirely free from
I w rinkles and blisters, and bore out romark-
i ably well so ns to develop a lino lustre, giv-
j ing much better looking results than I
I have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on now wood. The car paint spread ou tho
roof was mixed with raw I.ucoi and dried
perfectly in 21 hours. Notwithstanding
1 Unit only one-half the usual amount of
color was used, the paint covered perfectly
and did not run. The second coat of sand
lilled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more evenly than 1 have ever
gotten on to linseed.
The Lucol hus enected a saving of 215
lbs. of pigment or noarly one-third of the
amount usually required for a building oi
With rcpect to the general appearance
of the finished work, I must confess that 1
never saw its equal in two coat work with
linseed, and if the oil weurs us well at
Tanered as it has worn with tho Master
Cur Painter, iir. Fitch, at Sacramento,
there can he no question about the tjUPE
UlOlilTY IjUCoI over tinned, eten at the
smne jirice wr qullon, in ECONOMY, GOOD
Kh nnd til DL'KJ
INTERESTING TO HOUSEKEEPERS !
Big Cut in Housekeeping Goods !
Best Quality White Sheeting, 2), 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 Iloney-combcd Spreads, fringe all around ;
good quality for 1.00
Colored Bed Spreads 75 Cents
SS5 Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY 1
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE AHHOKTMENT OF
Signed W. l'i. MELLUS,
Foreman Painter, Southern Pacific Co.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
til. ..,' KJ-Sj jfl-Jrfk
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THE
First Circuit, Hawaiian IshuuK In i
Bankrnptcv. In tho mutter of the E-tate
of O. W. Lincoln, of Honolulu, Oaliu, n ,
Creditors of the said bankrupt aro here
by notified to come in and prove their '
debts before such Judge of the Circuit ,
Court of the First Circuit ns shall be it- i
1 .. . -., . . ,. ..!.., i:.i
ung ai unnuiuers, ai iiunuiuiu, 1111 rni- '
DAY. tho 2.'nd day of September, 1MM,
between tho hours of ten o'elook in the
forenoon and noon of tho said day, aud
elect an Assignee or Assignees, of the Mild
By the Court:
830-Gt Deputy Clerk.
Puppies and Grown Dogs
From Registered and Prize Winning
Stock. Pedigrees and Stud
Curds ou Application.
820 lw-37 It
A LL PERSONS HA VI NO
. against Robert William
sonally are requested to present the same
without delay at the Oflice of
BKUOE & A. J. OAUTWRIOHT.
Honolula. Ang. 28, 18in. 8IU-U
FOR SALE FOB WANT OF USE.
A STEAM LAUNCH IN FIRST-CLASS
ordor well-known as having been
used by Dr. O. Tronseau as Port Physi
oin.n The several Pilots, tho Customs
Olllcers can givo information about the
boat; speed seven knots. Several other
Boats, Spurs, Sails, etc., etc. The Boats
can be eeun at Mrs. Rett's boat house next
to tlio Murine Railway. For prices, etc..
apply to DR. G. TROUSSEAU,
From l) to 11 a. m. or 7 to S p. si.
Bedroom suits, W0Sm Etc, Etc., Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HA.XD
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Botliel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 525. - - MUTUAL TELEPHONE B4.
Job Printing neatly and promptly
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
ETO, H5TO., ETC,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
Our reportor was inibinformtnl in
annoiiiiciiifryostnnlay tlio tnarrmiju ' ;,, a circU8 ,u Illinois
-r Af rv.i ..1 Mlt.. I M.-tct I,.,, i n .
Ul lli.1. .LUIIWIIV! UIIW .11 I -n wmnunii , Ph..
lur till' bllli:u uvi'iiiu. it (iJiuain
tlio alli'gotl parties to tho union aro
not ovou porrtonnlly aoqiiainti'tt. Tlio
Bulletin would oxpre?s (loop refrrot
to Mr. Christian anil family and Mr.
Delanoy for tho nnnoyntico uninten
tionally caused thoin by tho publication.
HOFF &, CO.
Beautiful - Articles in - Antique - Oak
ML. S. LE3VY
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OK -
For a Initio buuk or for a pain in
thoHidoor choHt, try Maturating n
pieco of flaiinol with (Jliaiiiborlmn's
l'aiu Calm and binding it onto tlio
offoctod parts. This troatmont will
euro any ordinary caso in ono or two
days, Pain lialiu also euros rluuiin-
aiiMii, ou com uoiuoh ior saio uy
all UonlorA. liennon. biultu &
Tho P. G. baud will givo a pub
lic concert at Emma Square this
aftornoon at -1:510 o'clock. Tho fol-
lowing program will bo rendered: j
Mareh-Oreetiugs . . Doring i
Ovorture-Cilif of llagclud Hoieldieu '
Kimiln fiirinuu ... H'ct '
b'li-u iun Ermuil . . ordli
Waltz -The Gondolas .. Dellinger ,
Oalop Jlruvo Alitud .. .fctruu-s
Guatemala will issuo 57,000,000 in
Government bondi to complete tlm
Northern Uailway from Guatemala
uity to Port liHrilns,
Nail-driving contests for wmiiuii
nomtiulitora aro a lend in" feature at
Go,, uouuty fairs aud social gulhuriu in
itgunt for tho Hawaiian Island. MUiourl just now
Mayor of Peoria has ordered i
the Sunday-closing of saloonb. '
Two of tho best customers of tho J
swellest ice-cream parlors in Law- j
rence, Kan., aro a couplo of Chinese
A now croniatory at Looininster, j
Mass., is to bo "dedicated" with a i
clam-bako, tho clams to bo baked in
tho crematory oven.
Out of 20,515)2 Tiros causing a loss
of ,1 52,000,000 in 1802, thoro wero
103 liros caused by electric wiros,
entailing a loss of $2,9J(,r!U.
"I seem to bo considerably pushed
for cash to-day," muttered Rivers,
roluiictnutly btpiaring an account of
?.i.2."j with tho whoolod-chair inau,
Siam, it is said, can boast of tail
loss cats with purplo oyos, N'o
doubt it was those pussies that
awakened Johnny Grnpaud'a avarice.
Purplo oat's eyes aro rare jowols.
Tlio Hoard of Lady Mauagors of
Chicago havo selected that enter
prising city as tho place for a per
manent Woman'i Building,
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
bl.NniX I'llXhS AND bKTS.
--0ORNICI. POLES IN WOOD OR IillASS MorSlINOH -
ElegsirLt " TJpliolstery
In Film HprlnB', Hair, Wool, Mn- nnd Straw MuttresMis.
PILLOWS OF LIVE G13ES13 FEAT11121JS AND SILK l-'LO.SS.
Latest Improvements Id Wire Hallress.es, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and Solas.
Great Yarlety oi Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles & High Clialis,
IB- Our CuhliHt-iiiiikiiii: Workshop l Superior in Men mid Mmnrlul. tu
rUUNIIt'lIK ANH JlATTItCSSKS IIRCAIIini) AH HO()l H NLW.
JiLsuttins Ijaid ctt Sliortest OSTotioe.
Ur-OIUt I'KU EH ALWAYS THE I.OWESI IN lltlMtl.I'LU. -!
B. F. EHHLiE3K,S & CO.
B03 & 511 IOR-T STK.B3IDT.
Canton "Weisli Falorios !
A Imnilsoinn Cotton Fnhrii Ni-u hiIe ilii m-umiii, the elleets arc fm-.lmlleb ui Chlun
blUn, to M-e ilium melius to upprt elate tlieui
2sLJJFLTJ SATEENS !
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Oa.slainra Svitolinaes SO Cents Ytxrci I
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for the price Iiuh no eipiul
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dr Dressinalduo Under tlio Manauomont ol MRS. RENNEIt. yj
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
i Assets January 1, 1892, : : 342,432,174.00
NO. V4i JClnB Stl't,
Honolulu, Xi. I.
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Airviit tat thr Uvlln IklaiMU.