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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1. 1893.
To Ewa MtLU
11. B. A.
Leave Honolulu 8:45 1:45 4:85
Leave l'earl Olty 0:30 2:30 5:10
Arrlvo Ewa Mill 0:57 2:57 6:30
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:13 3:43
Leave l'earl Oity 0:55 11:15 4:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:80 11:65 4:55
A. Saturdays only.
O. Butuliiys excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tidos, Bun and Moon,
nv c. j. iivosfl.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
G. A. It. camp firo this evening.
No arrests woro made by llio polico
A pountlmastor's notico appears
in tins issue.
Tbo P. G. band will give a moon
light concert at Thomas Square this
Rev. Bishop Willis loft on Iho
steamer Kinau this afternoon for
Should no coaMadou vessels arrivo
therowillbo a fa mi no in the coal
Two caso3 of drunkenness forfeit
ed bail of SO each in tho District
Court this morning.
Mr. L. C. Abies, maungor of tho
Peoplo'a Ice Co., is conliuod to his
house with an injured leg.
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Hon. V 18 U 3D 11 30 3 2Ci (I 50
xuea. IV 1 1 w .... 4 .U u
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Wed. ' SO 0 JO, U in 7 2.1 0 30
Thurs. 21 1 25 1 1 o; 8 30 t( SU
Kll. 1 65 1 60, U 0 7 10
mu. m l.v s 3D n 2u s o
Sun. 21 3 0 8 30 0 3u 0 0
S 48 6 0 ....
S 43 S 5!) 0 10
IS 43 fi 53 1 2
B 48 5 57 2 I)
5 411 5 5 2 5ii
5 4'J, 5 55 3 63
6 4'J 6 51 4 4'J
Full moon on the 2Uli, at vh. 02m. a m.
Timu Wlilstlu UIouh ut 111. '.'Sin. 34s. p.m. of
lloiiolulu time, which Is tho sumo U9 lib. Uni.
0s. of Uiuuiiwluli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Woathor,
clear; wind, fresh northeast. Steatn
or C. It. Bishop off Barber's Point.
A Chinaman was found guilty of
playing cho fa in tho District Court
una sentenced to pay a fiuo of S10.
Mori, a Japanese vagraut, has been
sentenced to thirty days' imprison
ment at hard labor by Judge llob-ortsou.
It is said a Hawaiian version of
tho Hawaii Holomua is to be re
vived under tho auspices of tho Hui
Mr. H. M.
Whitney, managor of
Co., will visit tho
boforo roturuiug from
Tho Skippor of tho Bark Darra has
to Leavo His Supplies TJndor Seal.
Captain Peterson, of tho British
bark Darra, which arrived hero on
Monday last from Newcastle, N. S.
W., with a cargo of Duekonfiold
mines coal, brought with him several
cases of liquor for tbo ship's use.
As is customary with merchantmen
an entry of all ship's stores must bo
mado on tho manifest. Captain
Peterson entered tho cases of liquor
on his papers, and when soon by
Port Surveyor Sanders tho cases
woro ordered taken out and placed
in bond in tho Custom House. Tho
skipper was allowed a liberal supply
of several bottles, and was requested
if tho ship needed any more, to no
tify tho Collector of Customs, and
tho liquor would bo served out.
There woro also sevoral barrels of
corned beef and cases of canned
stuff on board for tho ship's use.
Thoso wero probed into wth wiro
tools by Customs officials, by order
of tho Port Survoyor, ana it is be
lieved tho stores are spoiled, tho air
Having got into them through tuo
holes mado by tho officials. Tho
red wax seal can bo soon in tho skip
This is tho first caso when tho
captain of a vessel arriving from
Newcastle and there have been
many arrivals thence has been sub
jected to such strict regulations.
Notwithstanding this, however, the
skipper has his "smile."
THE EWA MURDER.
lav &&$& m&45: I
Mr. J. M. Davidson and Miss Emma
L. Clarke wero passengers for the
Volcano on tbo bteamer Kinau this
FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1893.
TiiunsiuY, Sept. 21.
Btmr Kaala from Ilanalei and Kahaluu
Friday, Sept. 22.
Btmr Wnialenlo from Hanamaulu
Btmr O K Bishop from Kauai
Bchr Mille Morris from Koolau
Fin day, Sept. 22.
Btmr Kinau for I.aliaina, Maalaea, Make-
im, Wnlmkona, Kuwalline, Laupalioe-
hoe, Hnkulnu. Hunotuu. Pohnkumnnu.
Peprekeo, Uuomea, Papuikou uud Hilo
at i p m
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau at 7 a m
Btmr Kaala for Waianae and Walalua
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bk Alden Besso, Frils, for Ban Fran
cisco at 10 a m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Echr Mille Morris 240 bag3 rice.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Sept 22 Volcano: J M Davidson, Miss
Emma L Clarke. Hilo and way pom:
Miss E Roy, Terrarce Kevan. lit Kev
Bishop of Honolulu, J Hryant, E Madden,
Mrs L Aseu, J U Carter, Jr, Mrs Tlins Mu
Tigho and 2 children, Miss Parker, Mi-.s M
E Low, Mrs 0 P Iuuxea and daughter, Mr
Falk, and about 45 deck.
Tho Bishop of Honolulu .loft for
Lahaina by the Kinau this after
noon. Ho will return by tho Mika
hala on Tuesday nest.
Mr. Horner's Lot Slocum will race
to-morrow lo a road cart weighing
93 pounds, built for tho purposo by
Messrs. Wright & Son.
Mr. J. M. Davidson and Miss
Emma L. Clarke woro tho only pas
sengers by tho Kinau who were
booUed for the Volcano.
The U. S. S. Boston finished taking in
coal this morning. She tuok in altogether
about 620 tons.
The Briti"h bark Beaconsfield left New
castle, N. S. W., on August 2!)th for this
port, coal laden.
The steamer Pele, which is loading coal
at the O. K & L. Co.'s wharf, will sail on
Tuesday next with '2S0 tons of coal for
Tho bnrk Alden I!e-be postponed her
M. S. Levy will begin a grand
clearance salo at his store on Fort
street to-morrow. Don't fail to at
tend, as everything must go.
The steamer Kaala left for Wai
anao this morning. Hon. IT. A.
Widemann went ou her for tho pur
pose of inspecting tho Waianae
A tug-of-war match for S80 will
come off at 4:30 o'clock to-morrow
afternoon at Iwilei, between a team
from that place and one from Wai-kiki-kai.
Tho Firo Polico held a meeting at
the Annexation Club hall yesterday
evening, but could como to no set
tlement of tho company's affairs.
Another meeting will bo hold soon.
Tho Casa Hoard This Horning and
Tho eleven Japs charged with the
murder of a Japanese polico officer
named ummoto, at. Jbiwa, on .sept.
1st, were brought before tho District
Judge this morning for preliminary
hearing. Three of them wero dis
charged, and tho decision regarding
t he others were reserved until next
Dr. McGettergan, plantation doc
tor, was the first examined. Ho stated
that tho wounds on the head of the
murdered man wero sufficient to
cause death, but the stab on tho
heart, caused by a sharp narrow in
strument, inflicted the fatal wound.
Three Ewa Chinese testified to hav
ing heard a scuffle at tho house of
Otsimoto (who is not implicated in
the affair), on the night of Sept. 1st
They had heard the cries of some
one as if being beaten. Shortly
after a crowd of Japs passed the
place in a state of jollification, clap
ping their hands.
Three other Japs gave indirect
evidence against the defendants.
They made statements previously to
the Deputy Marshal which they de
nied when on the witness stand.
W. B. Castle appeared for the
prosecution; Paul Neumann for defendant.
Sirs. Mary E. O'Fallon
of riqua, O., tart tho Fliy
Iclans aro Astonished,
and look at her ll'-o ono
Raised fromjlie Dead
Long and Torrlblo Illness
from Blood Poisoning
Completely Cured by Jlood'a
Mrs. Mary E. OTallon, a very Intelligent
lady of Flqua, Ohio, was poisoned whilo as
sisting physicians at an autopsy 5 years ago,
and soon terrible nicer nroko out on her
head, arms, tonsuo and throat. Her hair all
came out. Sho welshed but 73 Ib3., and saw
no prospect of help. At last slio began to
take Hood's Sarsaparllla and at onco Im
proved; could soon get out of bed and walk.
Bbo says: " I becamo perfectly cured by
and am now a well woman. I weigh 123 lbs.,
eat well and do the work for a largo family.
My caio seems a wonderful recovery and
physicians look at mo In astonishment, as
almost like one mined from Iho dead."
HOOD'8 PILLS ttiauld bo In orcry family
medietas cheat. Onco uaed. alwaya protorrod.
HOUUON, NEWMAN CO.,
Agents lor Hawaiian inlands.
Leads tiie Way!
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
Tancukd, July ai, ISri
PALMKK, Esq., Engineer of Dis-
, IN AID OF THE .
To be held in Association Hall,
Saturday, September 23d, 1833,
At 7:30 o'clock.
departnre until to-morrow. The hooner
ferreu to the Bese. She may probably ro
llle Junriu on nrriviil thin mtirmntr
brought 240 bugs rice, which viereall trans-
ceive 200 more bags of
rice from Hopper's
The Star says: "When tho Mariposa
sailed this morning the dredger taluted
her with three whistles. Captain Hayward
did not respond." The salute was doubt
less for Mr. John Dyer, a passenger on the
Mariposa, who as ugent of the Kisdon Iron
Works superintended the contract for the
The fine clipper four-masted ship Gen
eral Gordon ai rived ut bydni-y, N. P. V..
from Londouin ballast after u passage of
wu), lUDfRwimii !u!iie lati sailing,
theiun from the Cape being done in 31
days, while the paxsage to the merid'an of
the Cape was accomplished in 0-2 days.
From B-erguelen the ship did 2v2 miles in
a week, her best day's run biing 315 miles.
The bark Darra, now moored at the 0. II.
& L. Co.'s wharf, will bo moved over to
Brewer's wharf some time next week to
discharge 40o tons of coal. Atter that she
will take in ballast and sail for Port Town
send, from whence slm will lake lumber to
with coal 1
Vil tons of coal yesterday with tbieo men
in the hold In nine wotking bourn. Thix
is considered tle biggest day's work ever
done here by a versei.
JOHNSON IS ABSENT.
Sydney. At Sydney she will probably load
iiorianiu. xnenaiK dl-charged
Tho Unknowns and tho Hoalanis
will cross bats on Iho diamond on
Saturday afternoon at 8:30oVlock.
As each nine has already won two
games, it ia expected to bo a well
contested game. Even bets have
been going round tho town freely.
The F. G. band is expected to bo iu
attendance. Tho following aro the
U.NKIOWM. POSITION. 1IEAIAN1.
Chns. Alttolii c II. DuvIiHon
Geo. Wood p T. .lackton
A.Harris lb Jno. Duncin
B. Miranda 2 l W.Young
Geo. Clarke 3 b Geo. Ulukou
A. Miranda ss Jo. buook
M. Hopkins rf Chas Brewtter
Thos. White of J). Kealolm
Chas. Hopkins.. If W. Itoso
Tho P. G. band will givo a pub
lio concert at Thomas Squaro this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. The follow
ing program will bo rendered:
March The Gladiators Souzo
Overture-Callfor Uugdud . ,. Ilolt'ldleti
Waltz-Tout I'nrii Wuldteufcl
Selection 11 Troviituro. iby request). .
Selection HoliPiuInn Girl, (by reumsU
., , ,., Uiilfo
teho Piece-In bwltuurliind, iby r.
w PW' r, ., ...Hume
Wlu-iliii Dolls iiuynr
Galop Urovo Ahead Btiuuw
An opportunity for investment
will bo ollored at Morgan's auction
room to-morrow at 12 o'clock noon,
wtion will bo sold ton shares of Peo
ple's Ico & Refrigerating Co.'s stock.
Mr. Smith, a lato ai rival from tho
Colonies, is going to run a daily
stage to the Pali at tho low fare of
2 1 cents. Tho coach is ono present
ed to King Kalakaua by a noblo
friond iu England.
At tho auction salo at tho Arling
ton to-morrow evening all goods
will be sold at any price. Special
attention is called to tho largo va
riety of rugs and tailor goods. Arti
cles on view all oay to-morrow.
Tho trotting raco between Hollin
gor's Gerstor and Horner's Lot Slo
cum, best 3 in 5, for S1000 a side,
will take place at Kapiolaui Park at
2o'clock to-morrowaftornoon. There
will bo no admission charge to tho
There was a largo turnout at
cricket practice yesterday afternoon.
To-morrow afternoon tho usual
match will bo played, and, owing to
tho shortness of daylight, it is de
sired that players assomblo as early
Tho steamer J. A. Cummins loft
shortly after 7 o'clock this morning
for Waimanalo with Mr. W. G. Irwin
on board. Mr. Irwin's purposo was
to make an investigation of the
Waimanalo plantation, which pro
perty the firm of which ho is a mem
ber has recently acquired.
A party of young Indies and gen
tlemen, consisting of Messrs. E. A.
Jones, C. L. Carter and others, left
this morning on tho yacht Hnwaii
for an outing to Pearl Harbor. When
passinir naval row tho svron whistle
of tho U. S. S. Host on bellowed out
several blasts as a salute.
His Long-suffering Wife Assisted to
Her Friends in New York.
"Johnson the shirtman," as he ad
vertised himself, has been absent
from the country for some time.
Ho loft by tho brigantino W. G.
Irwin. There was a suit pending
against him for a brutal assault on
his wife with a heavy cane, and she
had also entered a suit for divorce.
By promises a'nd oaths, such as those
whereby he had deceived her into
reconciliation in Oregon, Johnson
hero again managed to get his
wifo to drop the prosecution of both
suits and agree to return to domes
tic life with him. Tho poor wo
man's friends told her she was a
fool, and events proved that she had
only put her trust anew in a scoun
drel of tho deepest d) e. He left her
suddenly without provision for her
self or child. Mrs. Johnson's coun
trymen of the Hebrew race, how
ever, came nobly to her relief. They
subscribed enough money to pay
her way respectably to her friends
in New York, with a margin of $100
to have in hor pocket on arrival.
She loft by a lato steamer.
Part Song "Maiden of the Fleur do
Ly s" H denham
Song "Only in dreams" DeKoven
Mr. K. M. Wukefleld.
Instrumental Trio .'"Meditation"
Miss Atkinson, Messrs Rosen and Taylor.
Part Song '"You stole my love" .MeFarren
Song "Love mo sweet with all thou
Mrs. E. D Tenney.
Instrumental Trio Violin, Organ and
Piano Intt-rmczzo from 'I'nvnl-
leria Itusticana." Mnscagini
Messrs. ltosen, Taylor and Wakefield.
Song "A raesage." . . . Thompson
Miss Clara Glade.
Part Song "Where wavelets ripple
Song "Love's Sorrow" Shelley
Mr. V. Booth.
Port Song "Song of the Triton"
ADMISSION FIFTY CENTS.
i IVar Sir:
I find thnt the oil requires much less pig
tnrut than linseed to make a paint of tht, re
quisite catering and spreading qualities. 100
lbs. of white lead will take no more than 4
I to 4H gals, of linseed, while in my priming
coat, I get even better results with U to lo
gallons of Lucol, and in my second coat
I with 7 to 8 gallons of Lucol to 100 lbs. of
I lead. This means a very matorial saving
(from one-third to one-half) in the amount
I of pigment necessary to cover a given sur
In my roof color I used less than 100 lbs.
of "car paint" (Princes Metallic ground iu
oil) where a roof of this size has olwavs re
quired 200 lbs. of car paint with linsee'd oil.
I mixed my roof color w ith 18 gallons of
Lucol to tho 100 bt. of pigment and got a
better body of color than I ever got with
leis than one-half that number of gallons
of Unseed. I give you simply the facts but
I cannot understand or explain them.
The drying qualities of the new oil aro
Serfcct. Tht priming coat with white lead,
rled strong and hard inside of 21 hours.
The first coat for sand took the sand freely,
firmly and in larger quantity than linceu
and driod hard insido of 'i hours. The
second coat of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 24
hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
a fine smooth surtace 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 pafnt spread on the
roof was mixed with raw Lucol and dried
perfectly in 21 hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half the usual amount of
coior was useu, tue paint coverea perteotiy
and did not run. The second coat of sand
filled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more evenly than 1 Iiavo ever
gotten on to linseed.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
BSO Ifort Stroot, EConol-ulu.
Ready Made Ladies' Blouse Waists I
Just the Thing for Warm Weather.
Fine "White Lawn Waists, ruffled front for 1
Colored Percale Waists, with belt for 1
Colored Lawn Waists, with belt for 1
Colored Lawn Waists, with belt and latest style rip
ple Cape for 2
Colored and black India Silk Waists, very fine qual
ity for (i
SS Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY !
The Lucol has effected a savimc of 215
lbs. of pigment or iiearlyoiie-thIr(l of tbo
amount usually required for a building of
With respect to tho 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
Tancred as It has worn with tbo Muster
Car Painter, Mr. Fitch, at Sacramento,
there can be no question about the SUl'K
IUuKITY of Lucol oier linseed, even at the
same price per gallon, in ECONOMY, GOOD
LOOKS niirf in DUKA15IL1TY.
Signed W. II. MELLUS,
I'oreman Painter, Southern Paciilo Co.
Robinuon Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ABSOKTMENT OK
GOVERNESS FOR TWO CHTLD
ren on the Island of Hawaii. Aiiply
by letter to C. M. W.,
833-lw Box 287.
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL NOT UK
responsible for any debts contracted
in his name without his written consent.
833-lw PLTKIl LEE.
JCj man and wife.
i p, n
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
NOTICE TO SPOBTSMEN.
ANY PEP.SON OK PERSONS FOUND
trespassing or kIio 'ting game upon
the lower or mukai portion of the Hi of
Kapnkahi. Wnikele, District of Ewa, Island
of Uahu, H. L. will bo prosecuted to the
full extent uf tho law.
J. M. DOWSETT.
Honolnlu, Sept. 20, I'i3. 8 14-1 w
lj'' L !
zt-Ll. "- ! jrj"- al-"
gEtc, Etc., Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO BECOND-UAND OU DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bolhel Street.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE 045.
BELL TELEPHONE 625.
A LARGE ROCK.
Preparations for its Removal now in
Mr. Y. E. Rmvoll, Superintendent
of Public Works, is now engnged in
preparing for tho blasting of a
rock at iho bottom of tho sea ad
joiuiug t ho Ewa sido of Brewor's
wharf. Tho rock, which is a largo
one, sonio 80 feet long by 19 feet
wide, will bo drilled and charged
with giant powder, tho process of
firing off probably will bo dnno by
an olecttic wiro. Tho rock stands at
lf feet of water from tho surface,
aud tho depth around it is about 25
feet. Tho work will probably tako
from three to four days to accom
plish. For a laino back or for a paiii iu
thosiduor chost, try saturating a
pieco of flannel with Chamberlain's
I'ain Uulni and binding it onto th
affected parts, Thin treutmout will
euro any ordinary easo iu ono or two
days, raiu Halm also euros rheum-ati-in.
DO cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. 13onnou, Smith Ac Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Ulanda.
Dr. Winslow, United States Navy, ia
Dr. Winslow, United States navy,
lato of tho Monterey, has recently
been promoted to the grade of fleet
surgeon, of tho Pacific squadron and
ordered to report to Admiral Sker
rett at Honolulu. Dr. Winslow,
during his poriod of thirty-two
years' service in the navy, has seen
many exciting and interesting
events. Ho has been voted the
grand medal for philanthropic ser
vices by tho Congress of Peru for
his heroic conduct at Arica in the
earthquake of 1868, and was tho sur
geon of tho Watereo at tho time of
her being washed ashore and inland
by the tidal wave of that year. Dr.
Winslow gave a dinner party to his
friends at the Bohemian Club, San
Francisco, in anticipation of his de
parture for Honolulu.
Wise and Otherwise.
An Unlucky Remark. "My dear.
I thjnk the bonnot you havo on is
very becoming," said Mr. Jones to
his wife. "Yos," was tho reply, ''it
is becoming very aged, aud I was
jut going to tell you I am going to
navo a new ono." Texas Siftlng$.
Whore Ho Will Como In Mario
Gold Papa says that although ho
is opposed to you, ho expects you to
bo a boneficinry of his will. Tom
Gin Did ho say what his will would
bet Mario Gold Yes; ho will leave
ovory cout to fouud a free inebriate
A Scheme that Failed "I hear
that Sammorby and his wifo aro try-
iug to got a divorce. What i3 tho
trouble?" "Incompatibility of tem
per. You see, they mado an agree
ment when they wore wed that they
should never both get angry at tho
nanio timn, Tho result is that in
stead of both getting mad at onco
ntul lighting it out, ono or tho other
is angry all the time, and thoy don't
linim mill linlinU HIiMtlnllid nf fill ''
Would work touttlier
or singly. Man nnderstuuds hottus, or j
would look after garden. Woman can
wash, cook, etc. Apply M. A. Ucmsnlvey,
Queen street. fWH-hv
FOR SAI.E POR WANT OF USE. i
A STEAM LAUNCH IN FIItST-CLABS
order well-known as having been
used by Dr. G. Trousseau as Port I'liysi
cla.n The several Pilots, the C'uatoniij
Ofllcers can givo information about the
boat; speed ueven knots. Several oilier
Boats, Bpars. Sails, etc., etc. Tho limits
can be Keen at Mrs. lteUt'sboat house next
to tho Marine Railway. For prices, etc.,
apply to DR. G. TROUSSKAU,
From 9 to 11 a. u. or 7 to 8 p. v.
AWAIAHAO SEMINARY HAS ES-
talili-heil a Domestic DEfAimiK.NT
unci U prepnred to tako orders for jellies,
bread and cakes. AH orders for fruiv cake
for Thanksgiving and Christmas should be
"cut at onco. 8JD lm
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Mutual TuMtPiioxic CompasvwIII be
hold ut tho Company's Building, on FRI
DAY, September Jmfi, at 10 a. m.
C. O. BEUGK.lt,
'PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN 28 COL-
8 nninn of Interestlnc Kemlinc MMfr
nllnfl r ftt nnntrfy ffl.
The Great Clearance Sale
Saturday, September 23, 1893.
J. HOPP &, CO.
Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique - Oak
ITM i TFf
OU AIRS, Etc., Etc.
:m:- s. x-.3E"V"3r
7 5 FORT STREET 7 5
AT THE FAMOUB STORE OF-
IB. IF. IBIE3III1jIE1IES &d CO.
5 11 FORT STK.E3E1T.
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
hnvu uuy happy uioiuouts at
CORNICE POLES IN WOOD OR BRASS MOUNTINGS.
ElegstrLt v TTplxolsterr
In Fine Spring, Hair, Wool, Mo aud Straw Mattrt'snuH,
PILLOWS OP LIVE GEESE FEATIIEKS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements In Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sola Beds, Divan Lounges and Solas,
Great Variety of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles & High Ctialrs,
gW Our Cabinet-making Workshop It Superior In Men and Muturlul. -U
rURMTUHK AND MATTIIESSEH IlKl'AIIIKD A8 O(M)I) AS NEW.
3Ea.ttine Leticd. at Shortest USTotioe.
OUR PRI0K8 Al.WAYH 'NIK LOWEST IN HONOLULU, -m
Canton "Wsisila. slotg3 !
Iiiinlttouio Cotton Falirlu; Now Stylex tlih. iuatoir, the ellcets u'o (ue-lmiled of ClU&t
Silks; to hi'o iluuu melius to uppreeiittu them.
1&JL.1FCW SATEENS !
Hllk liniili jiibt out, real French duslijns nru thu linest ami tlm cruio of the wm.' .
Oaslixxiere Suolixxies 20 Cents Yard I
One of the humluoiuust Wash Material!) tliN sonbon entirely new uud
for tht prlt'K liua no oijuul.
"Wliite Lawns and. IDimity I
In Plain, btripeil uml Clici'keil In urual variety.
tW DreRumilduo Under tho Management oi MRS. REHNER. JS
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
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