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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KUOM A.ND AFTER JUNE 1. 1S!I3.
To Ewa Mii.i
Leave Honolulu ... .8:4.')
Leave l'earl City 0:30
Arrive Ewa Mill 0:67
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
Icnvc PcaiH'ltv OsM 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Maknwoll plantation will ro
commonco grinding in Decombor.
t Tho P. G. band will give a moon
light concert at Mnkuu Island this
Tho Post Oiliuo despatched 1312
loiters and 5)15 papers by tho S. S.
Mariposa to-day for tho Coast.
Miss Louis F. Dale, tho lato tal
ented toachor of music at Oahu
College, is in Franklin, Pa,, U.S. A.
Tho attention of tho polico is
called to tho fact that wlieolmon
still persist, iu riding their wkeols on
Tho only arrest mado by tho po
lice to-day was a ualivo named Louis
Richardson for assault and battery
on a Chinaman.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1893.
Wednesday, Eopt. EO.
Bohr Ka Mol from Koholnlele
TnumiAY, Sept. 21.
Btmr James Makec from Kauai
Stnir Hawaii from Huclo
Belir Mary E Foster from Kauai
The Firo Polico will moot in tho
Annexation Club hall this ovoning
for tho purposo of winding up tho
Mr. Jas. F. Morgan will soil at
public auction on Saturday, Sept.
23d, ton shares Pooplo's Ico & Ro
frigoraling Co.'s stock.
Chas. Clarke, a half-cast o China
man, was senloncod to pay a lino of
S100 for indulging in tho pastimo
known as ''Russian War."
Mr. J. 13. Athorton. wife and fam
ily loft on tho S. S. Mariposa to-day.
Mr. Atherton does not intend going
further than San Fraucisco.
TiirimiAY, Sept. 2'.
R M S S Mariposa, Hay ward, for San Fran
cieco at 10 a in
Vossols Loaving To-morrow.
Am bit Aldeti Bos-ju, Frits, for San Fran-
eWco at 10 a m
Stnir Kinau for l.ahaina, Maalaea, Makc-
na, Maliukona, Kiiwulhtie, Lauptilioc-
hoo, Uakiihui. Huiiomu, Pohakuiiinnu.
1'opeokeo, Unomca, Papaikou and Hilo
at 2 p m
Btmr .1 A Umninins for Koolau at 10 a m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr James Makee 401 bags paddy, 110
baps rice, 1 brako, and 24 pkgs sundries.
From Kauai, per stmr James Makee,
Sept 21 V a Itowell, 11 lepers, 1 ottioer,
and 13 deck.
For San Francisco, per R M S S Mari
posa, Sept 21 Dr T U Craig, E B L'astleii,
Misses Maud and Edith Auld, H F Wich
rnann, John Dyer, F J Lovvrey and wife. C
Von Hanim, .1 B Atliorton, wife and
daughter, Mrs H L Draper, J A Wilder, J
V Montgomery, T G Quiun, and 02 pasacn
gers in tranbit.
An excellent oil painting of tho
falls in Iao valloy, from tho brush
of Mrs. Gillon, is on exhibition in tho
Pacific Hardware Co.'s window.
Next Friday evening, Geo. W. De
Loug Post, G. A. R., will hold its
annual camp firo on tho promises of
Mr. J. N. Wright, Littlo Britain.
Should there bo no arrivals of
sailing vessels from tho Coast in a
fow days, tliero will bo another
dearth of limn in tho local market.
A littlo over 520 tons of coal will
bo taken aboard tho U. S. S. Boston
by this ovoniug. It is expected that
sho will finish coaling by to-morrow
It Is Now tho Proporty of a Young
Threo enterprising young mon
arrived on tho S. S. Monowai a fow
weoks ago wjth a morry-go-rouud
run by a steam ongino. Thoy wore
on their way to tho Colonies, but on
hearing that thoy might do well
hero, tho natives having a sort of
fascination for such amusement, thoy
decidod to stay over until tho noxt
boat. Tho merry-go-round or whirl
igig was erected on tho vacant lot
on Bethel and Hotel strootB. Crowds
woro attracted, a morry-go-rouud
propelled by steam boing a novolty
in Honolulu. Fivo conts was charged
for a rido in tho cars and ten conts
to stride tho wooden horses. Tho
mon simply coined money, on Satur
day evenings nickels and dimes pour
ing into thoir pockets. Thoy finally
decided to gjvo up thoir anticipated
trip to tho Colonics.
Lately several local gentlomon
mado overtures to tho San Francis
cans looking to tho purchaso of the
morry-go-rouud, but tho men did not
asreo on tho price. Yestordav Mr.
J. Victor, whoso houso was lately
destroyed by firo at Hilo, offered
S3550 for tho morry-go-round and
tho offer was accepted. The morry-go-rouud
is now tho proporty of Mr.
Victor. Tho onterprising 'Frisco
boys returned to the Coast on the
S. S. Mariposa to-day heavily loaded
with flowers, tho gifts of ''merry-go-rouud
' X -fthe Agony
Of Thoso who OufTor from
Hood's Sarcapartlln Purifies,
Soothes, Heals, CVllV.S.
Leads the Way !
REFORM SCHOOL TRUANT.
Escapes a Second Timo
Now staplo goods will bo sold by
Jas. F. Morgan at tho Arlington
rooms, Hotel street, Saturday ovon
ing. This will bo a fine chanco for
Pieces of machinery formerly bo
longing to tho Huelo mill, which
was abandoned somotimo ago, wero
brought down by tho steamer Ha
waii this morning.
Mr. D. Porter has resigmU tho
office of Chief Engineer of tho Hilo
Firo Department, and is succeeded
by Mr. Win. Vanatta, Superinten
dent of Wator Works.
Sir, T. V oohneon
San Jose, Cat
"IhaYO for many yoars been a great sufferer
from SCROFULA breaking out on my arms
and legs s they were covered vrlllt cnr.rtlon and
sorei, dltchnrgltig nil tUo time I tried very
many medicines and coajulled physicians far
and near, but conitnntljr ntnv none. I
havo taken but threo bottles of Hood's Sarsapa-
A Cm.au II M n n f. m
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Paciflc Co,
Ta.ncrkd, July 21, 1892.
W. S. PAM1KK. Esq., Engineer of DIs-
For This "Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
Qao Fort Street, Honolulu.
Ready Made Ladies' Blouse Waists I
Just the Thing for Warm Weather.
Painting on the steamer W. G. Hall,
lyinir near tuu Fishmarket, was begun this
Tho schooner Alice Cooke was hauled on
the Marine Hallway yesterday. Sho will
be subjected to u thorough cleaning ami
The harkentine Irmgard N moored at thn
P. M. S. ti. Co.'s whart, loading sugar for
Ban Francisco. About (J-'OO bugs will be
taken in, and some more U expected by
the Mikahala. Sho will leave for the
Coast some time next week.
Carjtain Schmidt of the birkentine Irm
gard has now a full crew. He enlisted this
morning three men from the discharged
crew of the Detroit, and three moiefrom
tho 6. S. Mariposa who had worked their
passage from tno Colonies on that vessel.
The steamer Hawaii, from Huelo, ar
rived this morning, bringing as cargo the
ol'1 machinery of the ubaudoned Huelo
nr.u. Capinin Cameron lepons that the
first norwieiiy swell of the season set in at
ll o'ciock on Tuesday last wliiro his vessel
was lying at Huelo.
The It. M. 8. S. Mariposa, Hayward,
commander, sailed for Sin FrancUcj at Iu
o'clock this morning. The following Is a
Hit of the cargo she took away from this
port: 4i',i books and curio-, J. L. Mont
gomery; C'J bnclis bananas, W.Costa; ')i
bdls uides, O. J. Waller; 600 bags rice.
Uynian Bros. ; 02 buchs bunanas, O.
nycurgus; li bxs fruit, P.O. Camurinos;
2 pkga ep. Hawn. 1 Natl. History, Fred.
Whitney; 2 bags coil'ee, W.U. Iriwnifcl'o.;
515 bnuhs bananas (1U3 bxs), Campbell,
Marshal &. Co. Domestic value, $10-0 5U.
Proceedings at Ssptsmb.ar Term of
the Supremo Court.
Provisional Government vs. Ah
Young. Maintaining lottery scheme.
Question reserved by Judge Whit
ing. Peterson for defendant. Ap
Minister of Financo vs. Hawaiian
Tramways Co. Attorno.y-Gouoral W.
O. Smith for plaintiff; Neumann for
defendant. Argued and submitted.
Ah Ping ot al. vs. Provisional Gov
ernment. Writ of error. Hartwoll
for plaintiffs in orrorj Attorney
General for defendant iu error. Ar
gued and submitted.
Provisional Government vs. Tarn
Sing. Heedless driving. QuhsMou
reserved by Judge Whiting. Hatch
for the prosecution; Hartwoll for de
fendant. L. Ahlo vs. Tai Lung. Assumpsit.
Exceptions from August torm, First
Circuit. O. W. Ashford for plaintiff
appellant; Hatch for defendant.
Argued and submitted.
Carl Henoch vs. Hawaiian Govern
ment. Assumpsit. Appeal from
order denying motion for now trial.
Hatch for plaintiff appellant; Attorney-General
and Neumann for de
fendant. Argument of this case was
expected to bo reached this afternoon.
Mr. Robert Louis Stevenson does
not wear tho ample locks of hair
that mado him personally conspi
cuous on tho streets whou ho was
hero before. A moro agroeablo
change in his appearance is that ho
looks moro robust than formerly.
Elsewhere appears the program of
tho grand concert at Y. M. C. A.
hall Saturday ovoning, for tho bene
fit of tho Association library. An
evening of high-clas music is pro
mised which should draw a full
houso apart from tlio claims of tho
At a meeting of tho Annexation
Club last niglit, arrangements wero
mado for a farowoll reception and
ball in honor of tho U. S. S. Boston,
to bo hold at tho Executive build
ing next Monday ovouing, tho ovo of
the ship's doparturo for San Fran
cisco. About 25 or 35 of those piles which
were placed on tho mauka side of
the entranco to tho harbor, near the
Kakaako seawall, are to bo taken out
from that place and sent to Kauai,
presumably for the purpose of sup
plying muiuriui in uuiiiuuj-j ui jugc-s
on that island.
Yoshimura, the Japanese who was
arrested yesterday for assault and
battery on Mrs. Thos. R. Lucas, was
sentenced to pay a fine of $20 in tho
District Court to-day. Counsel Ka-
ulukou noted an appeal for tho lo
fonse, but later withdrew, and tho
Jap paid the lino.
Tho steamer James Makee, which
loft for Kauai on Monday afternoon
to transport tho fourtouu lepers who
wore caught by Uitn'or J. Kaitina, in
Waiuiha valloy, returned to town
this morning. Sim brought eleven
lepers, tho other three being such
bad cases that thoy could not bo re
moved. Tho eight sailors of the bark De
troit who wero on strike yester
day wero all discharged from that
vessel this morning, and thoir places
will probably bo filled by Japanese
sailorri. Tho work of unloading coal
from that vessel ha been steadily
going on, notwithstanding the
Dr. W. A. G rover of tho S. S.
Mariposa was soon by a Ui'llktin
reporter this morning in rt'gard to
tho cases of minIcs on board. Ho
stated that the three patients woro
nearly well, and Miss Hiilwill was
on tho road to recovery. Tho measles
had disappeared from her face, but
woro still on her toea.
Mr. W. G. Needham, Superinten
dent of tho Reformatory School, re
ported to tho polico this morning
tho oscapo from that institution of
a sixteou year old lad named Harry
Paihiuui, at 4 o'clock yesterday af
ternoon. Tho superintendent gave
tho following description of the
boy: Stout, well built, has a Roman
nose, and looks very much like a Spa
nish Indian. Pailnnui was brought
from Hilo in November and was sen
tenced to serve a term iu the Re
formatory School, boiug under age,
for some offense. A month after ho
deserted tho school, and was recap
tured two mouths ago. He was
found at Halawa tending a herd of
goats, tho proporty of a native cou
ple. Paihiuui had made straight for
tho place and was given the occu
pation for his board and lodging.
Tho superintendent is of the opi
nion that Paihinui has gone there
again, and tho place will be watched.
Ho was only sorry that ho did not
prosecute the natives previously for
harboring tho oscapee, as there is a
heavy penalty for tho offense.
A Quarantined Visitor.
Captain A. R. Bowe, U. S. A., re
tired, was a passonger on the Mari
posa roturuiug to the United States.
Ho stayed a little too long in Syd
ney and, his remittances miscarry
ing, he came back in the steorage.
Captain Bowo spent somo time in
Honolulu last January and took a
great interest in tho islands. He
was one of tho passengers who woro
not allowed to como ashore here,
and considered that there was not
an oven deal in tho sort of quarau-
tiuo declared. Captain Bowe did
good active service in border camp
aigns, having captured one of tho
big Indian chief?, and was later
agent for tho distribution of Indian
claims iu tho West.
rills for rheumatism, a:l tm derived so much
benefit from It that stio declares t'.icro U no
other mcdlclno on earth. Wo would not bo
without it In tho house II It costs C-0 a bottle."
T. Vahley Johnson", San Jose, Cal.
N. B. Eo snio to got Hood's S:nnparllla.
Hood'o Pllbas ca-.lly. jet promptly aud
cQclcutly, on tho liver a:id bowels. lc
HOURON, NEWMAN & CO.,Ws
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.'l
NOTICE TO SPORTSMEN.
ANY PEKSON Oil I'KIISONS FOUND
trespassing or eliciting game upon
the lower or makai portion of tho 111 of
Kapakahi. Waikele, District ot Kwa, Iilaml
of Uahu, H. I., will be proifc-utud to tho
full extent of tho law.
J M. DOWSKTr.
Honolulu, Sept. 20, 18':j. 8!l-lw
AWAIA.HAO SKMINAKY HAH KS-
nnd is nrennred to take orders for lollies,
bread and rakes. All orders for fruit cake
for Thankxgivlng and 'hrlstmas should be
sent at once. b-'J lm
W1M, 15 K
that will lead to the conviction of the two
rpiHE ABOVE ItEWAKD
L paiu to any one giving
persons who lalclv broke Into the house or
Mr. W. Jas. Hmith, at Kaalawai, beyond
Diamond Head, and stole sundry tilings
therefrom, and who, more recently, also
broke Into hishousoat Maklki.taklngauny
oanned provisions, etc.
For further particulars inquire at this
Sept. 18, 18a',. St2-lt
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Hawaiian Island". in
Bankruptcy. In tho matter of the E-tato
of O. W. Lincoln, of Honolulu, Oahu, a
Creditors of tho said bankrupt are here
by notified to coiuo In and proves their
debts before such Jndgo of the Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit as shall be sit
ting ot Chambers, at Honolulu, on FRI
DAY, the :.!nd day of September, ''M,
botween the hours of ten o'clock in the
forenoon and noon of the said day, ami
elect an Assignee or Assignees, of thu said
By the Court:
830-Ct Deputv Clerk.
Ijind that the oil reinires much It! pig
meut than lijisccd to make a paint of the re
quisite cotrrinti and tjircuding oictid'c. 100
lbs. of white feud will lake no more than 4
to 4 cats, of linseed, while iu mv nrimini;
coat, 1 get oven better results with !Mo lu
gallons of I.ucol, and in my second coat
with 7 to 8 gallons of Imcof to 100 lbs. of
lead. This means a very material saving
(from one-third to one-half) in the ntuount
of pigment necessary to cover a given sur-
; In my roof color I used less than 100 lbs.
; of "car paint" (l'rlnces Metallic ground iu
oil) wlteie a roof of this size has always re-
i quired L'OO lbs. of car paint with linseed oil.
1 1 mixed my roof color with 18 gallons of
, I.ucol to the 100 lbs. of pigment aud got a
1 better body of color than I ever got with
lcs than one-half that number of gallons
of linseed. 1 give you simply the facts but
1 cannot understand or explain them.
, The drviti" qualities of the new oil are
pcrtect. the priming coat with white lead,
dried strong and hard inside of '.'I hours.
The lir-t eoat for sand took the sand freely,
firmly and in larger quantity than linseed
aud 'dried hard inside of l hours. The
second coat of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of Hi
hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
a line smooth suriucc entirely free from
wrinkles and blisters, and bore out remark
ably well so as to develop a tine lustro, giv
ing much better looking results than I
have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on new wood. Tho car paint spread on the
roof wns mixed with raw Lucol and dried
perfectly in L'i hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half the usual amount of
color was u-eil, the paint covered perfectly
and did not run. Tho second coat of sand
tilled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more evenly than 1 have ever
uotten on to lin-eed.
The I-ueol has elfected a
lbs. of pigment or nearly
amount usually required for a
With respect to the general appearance
of the finished work, I must confess that I
never saw its equal in two coat work with
linseed, and if the oil wears as well at
Ttincri'd as it has worn with the Master
Car l'ainter, Mr. Fitch, at Sacramento,
thrrc fini le no question aloiU the SUPE
RIORITY of Lucol over linseed, even at the
same price per nation, in ECUNO.MY, GOOD
LOOKS m ui DURABILITY.
Signed! W. H. MELLUS,
one-third of the
Fine White Lawn Waists, rallied front for 1
Colored Percale Waists, with belt for 1
Colored Lawn Waists, with bolt for 1
Colored Lawn Waists, with belt and latest style rip
ple Cape for 2
Coloivd and black India Silk Waists, very fine qual
ity for (3
Scs Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY !
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
foreman l'ainter, Southern Pacific Co.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-2H 0OL
I iimns of IivUTBStinc Readinc mh-
Tqt..-"!., l .,llrti' ir, f.rtliv-. v.nntrfov ?K,
7 5 3or,t " STREET 7 5
High Fries for a Sand Fit.
A piece of land on the south slopo
of Punchbowl hill, containing 9375
square feet, was sold at auction by
John A. Hasainger, Clerk of the In
rnrinr Dnnarfmnnr. nt thn V.xapwtiva
building at noon to-day. There was
lively bidding from a small group,
which went up to S175, the suueos
f nl bidder at that figure being F.
Smith. Tho lot is an unimproved
one on the mauka side of Quarry
street, immediately above the Por
tuguese Benevolent Society's pro
mises. It has been excavated some
for sand aud will cost the purchaser
a littlo bit to grade. Tho upset
price was iiau, on wnicii tne selling
price is an advance of $325.
TO THE PUBLIC!
LOOK OUT FOR A GRAND MERCHANDISE
CLEARANCE SALE WHICH WILL COMMENCE
ON SATURDAY NEXT.
EVERYTHING MUST GO.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery i Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN KXTBNrtlVK AHWiKTMKNT OI"
lUftily fiw il
, IN All) OF THE .
Y.M.0. A. LIBRARY
To bo held in Association Hall,
Saturday, September 23d, 1893,
At 7:30 o'clock.
WATEB IN WAIANAE.
A FrofUBO Flow Got at Ninety Foot
A 10 inch woll, which hud beon
digging nt Knmuilo, Makaha,ou this
island, for tho Waianao Company,
struck wator last night at a depth of
90 feet, aftor having previously
struck rock whon at adopthof 88
foot, This is the first flowing woll
obtaiuntl in that part of thn island.
Work is still proceeding to incrcao
tho ilow. Tho well is about 20
foot nbovo tho levol of tho son.
Tho Waiauno Company hat up to
this timo spuut about S10.000 for
wator for its sugar plantation, out
hitherto has realized nothing but
Mr. John Dyor, formerly resident
agont of thu liisdon Iron Works of
San Francisco, returns homo from
his short business visit hurt) by tho
Mariposa, As his mail was sunt to
Maui by tho Claudino, while ho
caiuo to town by tho Kinau, Mr.
Dyor did not know how far arrange
ments had progressed for tho largo
pipo lino contract his concern has
taken on Maui, previously reported
iu this paper.
For a lamo back or for a pain in
tho side or client , try haturatiug a
pinco of ilattmtl with Chamberluiii's
Pain lialiti and binding it onto tho
affected purtH, This treatment will
euro any ordinary case iu one or two
days, rain Iiulm nlno mires rheum
atism. 50 cent bottles for Bale by
all dealers. Uounon, Smith & Co.,
agouU for tho Hawaiian Islands.
I'art Pong "Maiden
i j let- uiuii.
Song "Only in dreams"
Mr. f . ai. wuKuneiu.
Instrumental Trio. "Meditation"...
MNs Atkinton, Messrs. Itosen and Ta.vlor.
Fart Bone "You stole my love".McFarren
Song "Lore me Hwcot with all thou
MrH. K. I). Tenney.
Instrumental Trio Violin, Organ and
Fiiino Intermezzo from "I'nval-
leria liubtlcanu." Mascaglni
Messrs, Itosen, Taylor and Wakefield.
Soni; "A inesHage," Thompson
Miss Clara Olade.
I'art Song "Where wuvelotu ripple
SoiiB-"J'Ove'H Sorrow".... Shelloy
Mr. V. Uooth.
Fnrt Song "Song of the Triton" . ...
ADMISSION HIl'TY 0KNTB.
FOB SALE FOB WANT OF UBE.
J. HOPP &, CO.
Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique - Oak
Bedroom Suits, if&EIC" tc" Ete-
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SKCON'O-HANI) Oil IUMAGKO OOOD3 KEPT ON IIA.Nl)
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
UEI.L TELEPHONE 52i.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE Ms.
- :o :-
(Ml. M ItS, Etc., Kti-,
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
HTEA.M LAUNCH IN KIUST-OLAHB
order well-known us having huen
iihed liv Dr. ( Trousseau as Port Phy.il
iilii.ii 'flie several Pilots, the Customs
Ollli.'cm can give Information ahout tli!
hout; speed nevon knots. Several other
llottts, Bparx, balls, etc., eto. Thu UouU
uun he cun ut Mrs. Heist's hoat house noxt
to tho Marino Hallway. Kor prices, etc,
fcpply to Hit. O. THOUKBK A U,
From 0 to 11 a. M. or 7 to 8 r. u.
COKNIOE POLES IN WOOD OU IHtASH MOUNTINGS. - -
Elegant v TJplxolstery
In Fine Spring, Hair, Wool, Moss and Straw Mattresses.
PILLOWS OF LIVE GKESI3 PISATHISKS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements Iu Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sola Beds, Divan Lounges aud Solas.
Great Variety of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles & High Chairs.
Our Cnlilnot-inaklni; Workshop is Superior In Men und Mmurliil
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OK
IB. IB1. IBIEHIILiISIRS 5c GO.
BOO & 511 PORT 3TREB3T,
Canton "Weisn FeiTorios !
A handsome ('-niton Fulirlc New blU' this tern-on, the ellectoart fuu--iiiilliii of Chin
bilk'-, to K'o thiiin iui-iii to appreciate th'ttiu.
l&j&JElTJ S ATBEKS !
Kill, tiuish just out, real Flench designs are the I'mct and the craze of the snaton.
Cashmere StaTolixnos SO Cxat3 Yard I
une ol tiie imiiUMiiuebt w ash .Materials this si'.v.on entirely new ami
for the price has no equal,
"Wliite Lawns and DDiirLi-Ly
In Plain, Ktrlpvd and t'hecl:eil iu stent varietj.
CUT DreunnakJno Undnr the Managotuont oi MRS. RENNCR.
FUKNITUIIE AND HATTIIKSShS UUI'AIHKD AH O(Mll) AH NEW.
Matting Laid at Shortest KTotioe.
IVOUlt IMtlOEB ALWAYS TIIK LOWEbT IN HONOLULU. -l
Via, T, V.lin.it Stroot,
Honolulu, li. I.
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
tmr Klri' rmk. on ml Kinds of Insurance Properly taken at L'uiiritt lllsk. b)
J, S. "WrjKIER,
7n1,s iut lor tUf Htwull&tt ItUuiu.