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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KUOM AND AFTER, JUNK 1. Win.
To Ewa Mill.
Leave Honolulu 8:45 l:4r
Lenvo I'carl City 9:30 2:30
Arrivo Ewa Mill 9:57 2:67
Leave Kwa Mill...
Lenvo Poarl City . .
0. Sundays excoptcd.
D. Saturdnya excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 26, 1893.
MomhYi Sept. 25.
O & 0 S 8 Oceanic, Smith, 11 days 2 hours
Tiifbuay, Sept. 20.
Am bkt Planter, Dow, 20J4 day from Sun
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, 27 days from San
Haw 4-masted schr Americana, Foster, 28
davs from Tnconia, ryhiK outside
Btmr Mikahala from Hawaii and Maui
Tdfsday, Sept. 20.
UBS Boston, Day, for San Francisco
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Fenhallow,
for Paget Sound
Stmr Clnndino for Knhului, Kcanae Hnna,
Hnmon, Kipahulu, Paauhau, Kukaiau
and Ookala at 6 p m
Stmr Iwnlani for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleelu,
Makaweli, AVaimea, Kckaha and Nii-
hau at 5 p m
Stmr C II Bishop for Nnwilhvili, Hanamn-
ulu, Kilaue.i, Kalihiwai and Hnnuloi
at 5 p m
Stmr Waialealo for Lahaina, "Kukuiliaelo
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Koolau
Schr Mahimalii for Wnialua and Wnianae
Stmr Pele for Makaucli
Sloop 'Waianae for Waianao
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Haw 4-mastcd schr Americana, Foster, for
St Nezair, Franco
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Mikahala 121 bags coffee, 112 bags
awa, 83 bdls hides, 28 head cattle, 3
horses, 20 pigs and 70 pkga sundries.
For HonoUan, per stmr Waialealo, Sent
From Yokohama, per S S Oceanic, Sept
25 Q C Leisse, T A Hardcastle, K Yamas,
Capt F D Walker, and 110 Chinese in steer
age. From San Francisco, per bktno Planter,
Sept 26 Mrs L L La Pierre and child, 0
Ahrn, Morris Bichel, E B Bray, O Mnrn
kane. From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Mika
hala, Sept 20 From Volcano: Simeon
Shaw, C 11 Simpkins. Way ports: IU Hev
Bishop Willis, J Tosh, wife and children,
Mrs S Nowlein, child and servant, Mrs
Lincoln, MrsD Hoolapa, Miss Becky Ihihi,
Mrs J Miles, Miss A Hoapili, Mrs lokaha
and 45 deck.
For San Francisco,
20-H P Baldwin. A
, per S S Oceanic, Sept
Fries, H K Hatfield
and Mrs Hatfield, Mrs Lou Howard, Chas
Howard, M Q Balfour and 3 European
For Molokai, per stmr Mokolii, Sept 25
Capt Chas Dudoit and wife, Mrs II McCor
riston, Mrs D W Pua, Miss Pua and about
12 on deck.
Tho Japanese steamer Aikoku Maru is
landing her freight at tho O. S. S. Co.'s
v, harf. She will sail again next Monday
The American barkeutine Planter, Capt.
Dow, arrived this morning 20J days from
ban Francisco, having experienced nothing
but calm weather on the passage. Among
her cargo were two large vnnlts for the Ha
waiian Safe Deposit Co. and cases of uni
forms lor the Provisional Government
The American bark Ceylon, Capt. R. Cal
houn, arrived this morning 27 days from
San Francisco, the entire nassaeo beine
favored by calm and light winds. She
brought about 45,000 feel of lumber for
Allen & Robinson, and a general cargo of
merchandise. She is docked at the Fish
market. The Hawaiian 4-masted schooner Ameri
cana, Capt. J. Foster, arrived this morn
ing and anchored outside tho harbor; 2b
days from Tacoina. She is bound for the
port of St. Nezuir. France, with a cargo of
lumber, and called hore for the purpose of
registering under tho Hawaiian ilag. Sho
will leave again to-morrow.
The O. fe O. S. S. Oceanic, Smith com
mander, arrived yestorday ovoning at 7:30
o'clock, eloven days and two hours from
Yokohama, fair weather and head winds
being experienced throughout the passage
She brought 4 cabin and 110 Olilnce nteer
ngo passengers for this port, as well as 351
tons of cargo, and about 1(j00 tons in tran
sit for San Francisco. She leave for San
Francisco at 4 p.m. to-dav.
Relic of tho Elele Business - Bank
rupt Charged With Fraud.
John F. Bowlor has filed a bond
of $3500 to H. E. Mclutyro to pay
the judgment entered against him
aud others iu caso thoy fail to sus
tain their writ of error. Tho Bure
ttes aro E. B. Thomas, 1'. M. Itoonoy,
T. W. Rawlins, John Phillips, W. S.
Luce, L. J. Levey and Fred. Harri
Bon. Tho judgment was on a noto
of hand in the business of tho de
funct Elolo Publishing Company.
C. Bolte, as assignee of Antono
Bnrba of Wailuku, has filed his ob
jections to tho discharge of the
bankrupt. Thoy are: failure to keop
proper books of account, ho being a
tradesman; failure to enter on ins
books payments of $100 and $1000
from two persons; refusal to deliver
to tho assignee $!J31 in cash with in
tent todofrand IiIh creditors, and $20
rout received by him; fraudulently
concealing propurty consist ing of a
two-thirda intorost in land at Pa
waa and tho rent thorofrom aud 18
horses aud 1 gold watch.
Tho Supromo Court met IIiIh
niornlug, but there waH uo IniriinuuK
rowly for it,
LOCAL AND GENEKAIi NEWS.
Bishop Willis returned from La
bain'a by tho Miknhnla.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Woathof
hazy; wind, fresh uorthoast.
About 7:30 o'clock yesterday overl
ing thuro was a beautiful lunar rain
bow. Nativo Fans and Island Curios in
great variety at tho Elite Ico Croam
Mr. W. S. Luce, tho popular wine
and spirit merchant, has a card in
A list of houses and properties for
sale or to lot will bo found on tho
Ho Yon Koo & Co. undortake all
kinds of plumbor and tinsmith work.
Givo thorn a trial.
Tho uniforms for tho P. G. guards
arrived on tho barkontiuo Planter
to-day from tho Coast.
Simeon Shaw and C. R. Simpkins
returned from tho Volcano by tho
Mikahala this afternoon.
Tho R. M. S. S. Alameda will bo
due from tho Coast on Thursday
with nine days later nows.
Mr. K. Podoyn, assigneo of tho es
tates of Ah Yet & Co. and S. S. Ah
Yet, has a notice elsowhere.
Two largo vaults for the Hawaiian
Safe Deposit Co. camo by tho bark
ontiuo Planter this morning.
Mr. Joseph A. Victor, proprietor
of the merry-go-round, has a notico
to the public in another column.
Threo men aro still engaged in
drilling that rock near Brewer's
wharf. They have boon at it threo
Jas. F. Morgan will hold an auc
tion sale of dry goods and merchan
dise at tho Arlington at 7 o'clock
The semi-annual meeting of Court
Camoos No. 8110,, A. O. F., takes
place this evening. A full attend
ance is requested.
Mr. J. F. Morgan will hold a salo
of household furnituro just received
at tho Arlington, Hotel street, at 10
o'clock Saturday morning.
Edward Moreno, tho boss shaver,
is still carrying on operations at tho
Queen street shaving parlors, ad
joining Morgan's auction room.
The decision in tho Ewa murder
case against Tanaka and seven
others has been reserved for one
week at tho request of tho prosecu
tion. Mr. T. A. Simpson will take charge
ot bans bouci the 1st oi Uctobor.
Mr. Lycurgus is going to the Coast
to prosecute a libel suit against tho
For a concise opitome of local and
foreign nows tako tho Weekly Bul
letin every time. A summary of
this week's contents appears olso
whero. A red ilag was flying from the
masthead of the barkeutine Planter
this morning when she came in, do
noting that there was powder on
Work on tho pumping plant at
Makiki is progressing rapidly. Two
drayloads of machinery were taken
out from tho Honolulu Iron Works
Captain F. D. Walker returned
from tho Orient by tho S. S. Ocea
nic. He was never turnkey at tho
polico station, as tho o'er-wiso P. C.
A. would have it.
The C. A. S. S. Miowera is likely
to arrive on Sunday, Oct. 1st, instead
of tho following day as advertised,
owin to the fact of her not calling
at Brisbane this voyage.
Captain Joseph Foster of tho
schooner Americana, now lying out
side the harbor, is a brother of the
late Messrs. T. R. aud Daniel Foster
of Honolulu aud Pahala respec
tively. A Japaneso dosortor from tho U.
S. cruiser Boston was caught by
Detectivo Toraa about 9 o'clock last
night, after four days' searching
Two more dosortors were reported
A water main uoar Auwaiolimu
bridge, on the Punchbowl road,
burst on Saturday, aud tho water
has been running to waste over
since. To-day tho road was a regu
lar mud puddle.
Notwithstanding tho strong winds
prevailing in that quarter, the orna
mental plants in tho garden of the
Superintendent of Electric Light
Works, Nuuanu Valley, aro thriving
apace, and are now beginning to
invest tho place with (juito a cozy
B. T. White of Poarl City camo to
town this morning. He says Manu
ola tho leper was pointed out to him
a few days ago. Manuola was walk
ing with another native, and did not
appear in any way concerned. Ho
did not havo any kind of weapon
A good oxamplo of what can bo
dono round about Honolulu in tho
way of raising green food stuff for
live stock may bo beon at tho Hono
lulu Dairy Co.'s ranch, Nuuanu Val
ley, whore at present there is grow
ing vuito an extensive field of sorg
hum of first rate quality.
Thoro is no suit for gross cheat
now ponding against Percy Gardiner
iu the District Court. The matter
of disputed ownership of proporty,
on which tho caso was entered, was
settled boforo he loft between op
posing counsel, Mr. Croighton has
charge of Mr. Gardiner's damnges
suit agaiuht tho P. G.
Guest This bill of faro is in
French. Waiter Yes, sah; but tho
pricoB is in English, sail, Mos' folks
go by deui. .V. J'. U',eUy.
ITo (feeling his way) An honor
ablu man bhould marry only for ltnu,
She Cortnliily, oh, certainly if lie
ouu afford it. Jlrooklyii Life,
THOSE PANTHEON SCREENS.
Trial of J. P. Bowon tor Unlawfully
Mr. J. P. Bowon, who a few days
ago forfoited bail of $250, appoarod
iu tho District Court again this
morning, having boon ro-nrrested for
tho larcony of a pair of screen doors,
tho proporty of Mr. H. A. Wido
mann. Whon tho chargo was road to
defendant ho answered, "I havou't
any ploa to make." Tho Court en
toretl a ploa of not guilty.
Mr. H. A. Widomann was the first
witness. Ho stated that ho is tho
owner in feo simple of tho Pantheon
Saloon promises, and had boon in
possession since 1878. Tho promises
woro leased to James Dodd in 1882.
Tho lease was olTorod in ovidenco.
James Dodd, tho presont ownor of
tho saloon, deposed that ho had seen
tho screen doors before Ho had
had them built for the closot, and
had put them in while ho was a
tenant. Witness loft tho premises
in 1886. On Juno 4, 1893, again
camo in possession of tho premises.
Tho doors woro in tho samo position.
Through Mnofarlano'a permission
the doors woro removed in ordor to
havo the place cleanod. The doors
wore removed to tho stable yard,
but later taken to tho loft. Witness
had taken possession of tho loft
under tho old lease, and nothing
belonging to defendant was there.
Missed the doors about two weeks
ago. Thoy woro to be put on again.
Asked J. bullivan if his men had
seen them. Next day saw the doors
at tho Polico Station. Bowen never
laid claim to the doors.
John Sullivan, one of the pro
prietors of the Pantheon Stables,
testified that his stablemen occupied
tho loft in question, and never know
of tho defendaut over claiming any
proporty in tho loft. Bowen had the
billiard room and restaurant, not
J. C. Clunoy was Bowon's partner
in tho billiard saloon and restaurant
from 1890 for three years. Bowen
told him of changes ho made on tho
promises. Ho recognized the doors,
they bolonged to the closet in the
billiard room. Bowen never claimed
putting in tho doors or owning
B. T. White's ovidenco was similar
to Clunoy's. White was a former
partner of defendant's.
Simeona worked on a handcart.
Ho remembered carting away tho
doors in Court on the night of
August 31st, from the Pantheon bil
liard saloon, corner of Hotel and
Fort streets, to Bowon's new place
on Hotel and Nuuanu. Bowen
brought out tho doors through tho
restaurant from the rear and placed
them iu tho cart himself. Bowen
stayed at the new place when they
went over. Tho door was placed
against the wall. Witness went for
another load, and when he returned
the doors had been taken somewhere
Mokeeleele assisted Simeona iu re
moving Bowen's fixtures; he witness
ed defendant carrying the doors
from his old place and placing them
on tho handcart. They were just
moving away when he called them.
James Hunt recognized the doors
as those he had seen about 11 years
ago at the Pautheon when he was
employed there. Bowen did not
have the premises then, he camo in
Bomo time afterwards.
Wm. Tyrrell had seen the doors
before. Ho had been ordered to
take them off, but saw another car
penter do the job. He saw a China
man take the doors up to the loft.
The case is still on this afternoon.
SAILING OF THE BOSTON.
The Snug White Cruiser Gets a Gay
Active preparations for going to
sea wore begun on the U. S. cruiser
Bostou at 1:30 o'clock this after
noon, and slowly tho two anchors,
which havo been holding the cruisor
down for the past fourteen months,
wore hoisted on board. Tho Ewa
side anchor was pulled up from tho
bod near tho bow of the steamer
lwaluui at tho Inter-Island wharf,
and the other was picked up off tho
corner of tho new Fort street wharf.
Tho latter anchor pulled the bow of
the white cruisor around, and she
backed threo times in order to get
her head channelward. The drum
and fifo corps of tho Boston station
ed near tho stern, played "The Girl
I Loft Bohiud Mo," "Ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay,"
and other lively airs while
tho ship was getting into position,
while tho U. S. flagship band on
tho Philadelphia responded with
"Homo Sweet Homo.'' The tug
Eleu with Chief Justice Judd,
Ministers Kiug and W. O. Smith,
Deputy Attorney - General Wilder
aud a number of ladies and gontlo
men and tho P. G. band on board,
serenading tho departing guests
with patriotic airs, escorted the Bos
ton to sea.
The men on the Philadelphia
gave throe cheers which woro an
swered by tho Boston's mon as the
cruiser's propeller started to revolve.
Tho liomownrd bound pennant was
Hying from tho Boston's masthoad
and nor mon mounted tho rigging
and flung their hats into tho bay.
Those were pickod up by "wharf
Tho wharves woro crowded with
peoplo, knots of them being soon at
ovory point of vantage. Nearly
every merchantman iu port had tho
Stars and Stripes flying, and the
steamer Mikahala was mot at the
Spar buoy from windward flying tho
Hawaiian flag. Siguals were ex
changed twice between the Phila
delphia aud tho Boston.
A natbo boy, iinmoii Kunpali,
about tun yeans of ago, mot with an
accident ou tho wator frout this
aftornoon, Ho had swam out with
othor boya to tho U. S. S. Boston, and
whilo waiting oxpuotaiitlv for niukuls
to lio thrown out to him, a littlo
kIooii camo along and struck him on
tho iioad, indicting asovoreuut from
which blood ilowod copiously. Tho
littlo follow manfully struck for
shoro, aud cleared uptown to havo
his wounds drossod.
A Boston Boy's Eyesight
8avod Perhaps His LIfo
By Ilood's Sarsnpnrllla niood Tol
goned by Canker.
Head tho following from n grateful mothort
"My llttlo boy had Scarlot rover when l years
old, and It left him very weak and with blood
pollened vrllh cankvr. Ills eyes bocama
so Inflamed that his sufferings wcro Intense, and
forssTon weeks ho
Could Not Open His Eyes.
I took him twlco during that tlmo to tho Eyo
and Ear Infirmary on Charles streot, but their
remodlos failed to do him tho faintest shadow
of cood. I commenced giving him Ilood'i
Barsaparilla and It soon cured him. I have
never doubted that It Mired his tight, ovon
if not hi very life. You may use this tes
timonial In any way you choose, lamalwaji
ready to sound tho pralso of
becausoof tho wonderful good It did my son.1
Abdib F. Ulackjuan, 2888 Washington St,
Boston, Mass. Oct noOD'S.
HOOD'8 PlLLS aro hand made, and ar psr
feet In oompotlUon, proportion and appcamnca.
HOBKON, NEWMAN & 00.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
WATAKEA MILL CO.
A T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
jC-Jl Waiakea Mill Co., hold this '22nd da
of September, 1893, at tho ofllco of Theo
Jjavies & uo., tlio lolloping olliceM were
elected for tho ensuing year:
President Theo. H. Havics.
Vice-President . ...Alex. Young.
Troasnrer Y. M. Saii7v.
Secretary ...E. V. Holdswortli.
Auditor .... T. it. Koyworth.
E. W. HUMlSWOimi,
Honolulu, Sept. 22, 1801. 817-lt
LATJPAHOEHOE SUGAR CO.
ATTHE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
Laupalioehuo Suuar Company held
this 22nd day of Beptciiihor, 18'U, at tho of
fice of Theo. H. Davies.tCo.. tho follow inn
officers were elected for tho ensuing jear:
President Theo. H. Da vies.
Vice-President r. M. Swaiuy.
Treasurer. .. .. W. H. iiaird.
Secretary . . E. W. Holdsnorth.
Auditor. .. . T. it. Ke worth.
E. W. HOLD8WOUT1I,
Honolulu, Sept. 22, 18") i. &57-U
A LL PERSONS HAVING
XX against Hubert William
sonally are requested to present the samo
witnout tieiav at tne unice oi
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
Honolulu. Aug. 25, 180. 813-tf
THE UNDER8IGNED WILL NOT BE
responsible for any debts contracted
in his name without bis written consent.
ai3-lw PETER LEE.
LOVBJOY &. CJO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOR THE SALE OK
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s
San Jnie, CaL, U. S. A.
Dallemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
America' Finexl J'loduction, Rich and Mellow.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Reliable.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
The. Prince of Summer Drinks.
Those Goods are Guaranteed Kirst
salo at Very Reasonable Prices.
Mutual Telephone 308-
J. HOPP &, CO.
Beantifnl - Articles
CHIFFON I HUB,
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
Elegeirrt v TXplxolstery
In Fine Spring, llulr, Wool, Slim anil Straw Mattrusus,
PILLOWS Or LIVE GEESE FEAT1IEKS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements In Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sola Beds, Divan Lounges and Sofas.
Great Variety of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles & High Chairs.
tm Our Ciililiif't-ninklng Workshop In Buperlor In Men a nil Material. tU
nmwTUiu: anu uattiik'isk.s mspAiitKP as noon as nbw.
batting Laid at Shortest 3STotioe.
OUU I'KICKB ALWAYS
74 Kln Street,
.cafe tL: Way!
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
Tanckkd, July 21, 1892.
W. 8. PALMER, Iq., Engineer of Dis
trict No. 1, So. Pacific Co.
I find that the oil requires much less pig
ment than linseed to make a paint of the re
?uisite coicrina and tmeading qualities. 100
bs. of white lead will take no more than 4
to ii gals, of linseed, while in my priming
coat, 1 get even bettor results with 0 to lu
gallons of Lucol, and In my second coat
with 7 to 8 gallons of Lueof to 100 lbs. of
lead. This means a very material Baving
(from one-third to one-half) lu tho amount
of pigment necessary to cover a given sur
face. In my roof color f used less than 100 lbs.
of "car paint" (Princes Metallic ground in
oil) where a roof of this size has always re
quired L'OO lbs. of car paint with linseed oil.
I mixed my roof color with 18 gallons of
Lucol to tho 100 lbs. of pigment ond got a
better body ot color than I ever got with
less than one-half that number of gallons
of linseed. I givo jou simply the facts but
1 cannot understand or explain them.
The drjing qualities of the new oil are
perfect. The primiuij coat with white lead,
dried strong and hard inside of 24 hours.
Tho tlrst coat for sand took the sand freely,
firmly and in larger quantity than linseed
aud dried hard inside, of 21 hours. Tho
second coat of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 24
hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
a lino smooth surface entirely free from
wrinkles and blisters, and bore out remark
ably well so as to develop a line lustre, giv
ing much better looking results than I
have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on now wood. The car paint spread on tho
roof was mixed with raw Lucol and dried
perfectly in 24 hours. Notwithstanding
that only onu-half the usual amount of
color was used, tho paint covered perfectly
and did not run. The second coat of sand
tilled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more evenly than I have ever
gotten on to linseed.
The Lucol has Directed a saving of 215
lbs. of pigment or nearly one-third of the
amount usually required for a building of
With respect to the general appearanco
of tho 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 the Master
Car Painter, Mr. Kiteh, at Sacramento,
there can lie no question about the SUPE
RIORITY of l.ucolmer linseed, eien at the
same price per gallon, in ECONOMY, GOOD
LOOKS and in DURABILITY.
SignedJ W. H. MELLUS,
toreman Painter, Southern Pacific Co.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Wine Cellars, Napa City.
Export Lager Beer,
- class in cverv resncot and
are ollered for
-Post Office Box 137
- in - Antique - Oak
THi: l.0Wi:BT IN HONOLULU. -1M
Honolulu, VL. I.
For This Week Only !
N. S: SACHS'
BSO Fort Street, Honolulu,
Big Cut in Children's Dresses !
FIVE SPECIAL BARGAINS!
Children's White Cambric Dresses for flOc.
Children's "White Cambric Dresses with Embroidery
Trimmings $1 10
Children's Fine White Cambric Dresses with Lace
and Embroidery Trimmings 00
Children's White Cambric Dresses, Fancy Trim
mings, stylish make 2 .'35
Children's Colored Silk Cloaks d 00
3 Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY I
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND A.N EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OK
Jj,TiJi.LC-V!.7 fBKWtJV - . j.,
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAOED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
BELL TELEPHONE 525.
M. S. LEVY.
The Great Clearance Sale
Saturday, September 23, 1893.
AT THE FAMOUS S'lORK OF
IB. IB1.. BHLERS & GO.
5Q9 It Bll PORT STK,HJBJT.
Canton Wash FstTorios !
A liiiuclrioiiiH Cotton rubric; Nuw btj Ies tliib season; tlu en"i-( t aro fac-sltnllus of Cliinn
bllkw, to mo thum HK'iui3 to appreciate them.
Bilk finish just out, rial IVuneli ilesi;iia am thu Jinebt ami tho cruzu of tb semou
Oasliinere 3u.roliin.es SO Oeiits "Y"arci I
Out) of thu huiiiUnimwt, Wattli Materials tbla season entirely new and
for the prlie hurl no eipual.
"Wlitte La-wns and Dimity !
In I'lain, btrljieil ami Cheeked in great variety.
Car Dressmaking Uodor the Management ol MRS. RENNER. j)
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World.1'
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
Kin- rinkv on all kind of limnrunou l'ropertv tuken at Current ltlk by
Etc., Etc., Etc.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE (H5.
Aunt for tb Hawaiian laland.