Newspaper Page Text
OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
FUOM AND AFTKK JUNE 1. W.C.
To Rwa Miu..
I.oave 1'carl Oltv..,
Arrive Ewix Mill...
0. B. B. A.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Ewa Mill (1:21 10:43 3:43 6:12
Unvo l'cnrl City 0:55 11:15 4:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55 0:45
A. Suturdays only.
0. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
IIY C. J. lYONS.
b' - S;
'? raff's.1" 1'
65 Sp. rt'5 til
S e E'r- S:5 &1
25 :i 40 ;i :mi
'Slli 4 10
127 4 1
a i S o
5 j? -
Kusscl ,fc Co., Uroonock, Scotland, on
August !2oth. She was named the Mnrlo
Ilnukfckl, n full-rigged steel chili of 2.s."ll
tons. Slio is 210 foot long, 37K feet beam
mill ffi!U feet hold. Her agents nre Messrs.
.1. 0. Hlugor it To., of Bronien.
Arrived Aug. 30, steamer C'laudlne from
I'uaiihaii; Sept. 2, steamer Kinau from
Honolulu; 4, ntcnnicr Mlkaliiilu from Kni
lua; 8, steamer Kinau from Hllo; I), tciim
er Mlkahnla from Honolulu; 13, stcanior
Kinau from Honolulu; 15, steamer Clatt
dino from Kawaihnu; 10, steamer Kinau
from Hllo; 21, tehoonor llulcakala from
Makena; 22, steamer Claudlne from lviiunl
line; 23, steamer Kin mi from Honolulu; 2ii,
stennior Kinnu from Knwnlhau, stenmer
Clnuillnc from Hamnkun.
Sailed Aug. oU, steamer Claudlne for
Kahuliil; Sept. 2, steamer Kinau for Hllo;
1, steamer Mlkahala for Honolulu; 8,
steamer Kinnu or Honolulu; li, steamer
.Ml kill una fur lvailua; 13, stenmer Kiniui
for Hllo; 13, steamer Claudlne for Knliului;
II), steamer Kinau for Honolulu; 21, schoon
er Hnlenknla for Kiholo and Puna: 22.
steamer Clatidino for Nun and Knliului:
23. steamer Kinau for Hllo; 21), stcniner
Kinau for Honolulu, steamer Chuulinc for
Stiunoi'. Seitoosr.n Siuiitt.ii. On Sopt.
22, a largo 1-mastcd schooner passed Malm
konn heading south. The schooner was
evidently lumber-loaded, us sho liud a full
deck loail of lumber. Slio was under all
sail and carried a square sail on foremast
and "log of mutton" sail nnd Hying topsail
on jigger mast. All her lower sails woro
well patched. She showed no colors or
numbers, and appeared to be about it luou
ton ship. On Inquiry by tclephono of llo
nokaa Control, it was ascertained that the
schooner had pissed there the previous day
at 5 p. in,, coining from the south. (Juury,
was thu schooner circle Milling?
Ll'he above description unsworn to the
Americana, that has called at Honolulu to
register under tho Hawaiian dag, on her
voyage from the Sound for St. Naaire,
r fi no n .yj o o
3 fid HI 15' HI 2(1 5 Al) B 62 (I 42
4 :t0.1() 30,11 ID I) B0 .1 .")! 7 22
23' 5 37 .', 20 11 5, 0 3'j 5 .Ml' li .TO 8 0
'2 (i 32 (i io u ;n l 4.r. r ni : 40 s m
3(1 7 30 7 20 II 5()l :t 15, fi 51 5 48 !l 51
1, 8 151 t) (I ,...i 4 45 5 51 5 17 10 51
I I I I I I '
Full monii on the Sltli, at '.Hi. 52m. a.in.
Time Whistle blows at lli.2Hiu. 31s- p.m. or
Honolulu time, which is the same as 12h. uni.
0s. of tiieenwlch time.
TUB DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 18!)3.
AND GENERAL NEWS.
and crickot this aftor-
ditl uot bring
Saturday, Sept. 30.
'Gerbk Paul Isenberg, Diet, 115 days from
Stmr Kinau fiom Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Mokolii fiom Maui, Lanai and Molo-
Stmr Wnialeale from Laliaiua and Hama-
Schr Mary E Foster from Wainiea, Kauai
Schr Kiuvailani from Koolau
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Am bktne Irmgard. Schmidt, for San
Haw 1-mastcd schr Americana, Foster, for
St Nazairo, France
Htmi Mokolii for Kuunnknkai, Kamalo,
Pukoo, Halawa, Wailau, Polekunu.
Kalaupapa, Laliaiua, Olowalu ami
Lannl at 5 p m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau at
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Mokolii 10 calves, 20 hogs, 11 bales
wool and 3 dozen turkej s.
Stmr Kinau 1 horse, 12 pigs, 10 bales awa,
18 bales wool, 48 bagu bones, 20 bags
corn, 343 bags potatoes and 200 pkgs
From Maui, Lanai and Molokai.per stmr
Mokolii, Sept 30 Mrs H Meyers and 3
children, F H Hayselden, Alex Gray, Miss
Gray, Dr Goto, J Gemmel and 12 deck.
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr Kinau,
Sept 30-From Volcano: Dr Sharp, Dr
Libbey, Prof Urigham, Judge Davidson
and Miss Emma L Clark. From way ports :
FS Lman, H.Warren, Kahuni, T Yoto
moto, Mrs Akarau, Miss Akamu, Mrs Ka
halewai and baby, K T Tomiuaga, AV M
Qittard, Ah Wall, W A Wall, Mrs L Asou
and child. Master John Campbell, Ed
Dowsett, Win Uerlowitz and 03 deck.
Vessels in Port.
Tho stoatnor Kinau
any sugar this trip.
Mr. Chas. J. McCarthy etimo up to
town from Puarl (Jity to-day.
Diamond Head, 12 in. Woathor,
cloudy; wind, frosh northeast.
Five Volcano passengers rohirncd
by tho steamor Kinau tins morning.
President Dolo did not return by
the steamor Kinau to-day as ex
pected. Remember the salo at tho Arling
ton, Hotel street, this ovoning at 7
Tho regular afternoon concert will
bo given by tho P. G. band at Emma
Square this afternoon.
Morton, tho English jockey, will
go to Japan on tho S. S. Aikoku
Maru sailing on Monday.
Tho Postolliee despatched a mail
of 250 letters and 175 papers bj' the
b. S. Alameda for tho (Jolouios yes
terday. A boys' meeting will be started at
tho Y. M. C. A. at 3:30 p. in. to
morrow. Lads between It and 17
Tho Postoflieo will forward by tho
bteumer Miowora to-morrow (Simi
day all mails for British America,
United States, etc.
Tho sidewalks on Punchbowl .iud
Kiutr streets, in the vicinity of Ka-
waiahao church, are being repaired
a much ueeded improvement.
Tho Italian harper and his violin
ist boj', who have boon giving pub
lic serenades, returned to tho Colon
ies on tho S. S. Alameda yesterday.
The groat boat race between tho
Healams aud Myrtles will take place
a week from to-day. Tho Healanis
go down to-morrow for a row over
Tho famous old warship Hart
ford, now lying at San Francisco, is
to be entirely rebuilt and Seorotary
llorbort has authorized tho us,o of
5156,214 for this purpose.
Invitations have boon issued by
tho Admiral, Captain aud Oilicors of
the United States cruiser Philadel
phia for Saturdays Sopt. 30, Oct.
To-day is payday
Native Fans and Inland Curios ill
great variety at tho Elilu Ieo Cicain
Tho mounted police linvo nil boon
discharged with tho exception of
Tho wife of a native man gave
birth to bouncing twin boys at
Kalihikai on Thursday night.
Mr. C. O. 13oror, insurance agent.
has had his olllco front newly paint
ed and window signs rogilded.
Piiioapplo sweet pickles are to bo
had at Mclntyio's grocery among
other Hawaiian fruit preserves.
J. 11. Soares was found guilty in
tho District Court to-day of using
vulgar languago and sentenced to
pay a fino of 55.
Mr. Chas. Phillips is gradually
improving from tho oll'ecls of an
aecidont to tho ankle of hi left log,
contracted while learning to ride
tho bicycle two months ago.
Tho C. A. S. S. Miowora may bo
expected to-morrow, unless it may
have happened that the mttecnsianil J
Government gave inducements in
time to have her call at Brisbane.
Tho Dai Nippon store has a fieli
announcement in thisisuo. A glance
at tho list in Lh's paper reveals a
rich variety that cannot fail to at
tract attention. Tho goods are
fresh invoices by the Oceanic this
Mr. M. S. Levy is making a fine
display of rugs, tablo covers, etc., at
his store in Mclnorny block, Foil
street. Ladies will find it to their
advantage to inspect his stock in
the-o as well as other lines of dry
Got one of those now patent venti
lated undershirts at .M. Uokl berg's,
and cease wearying your friends with
complaints about tho weather. Just
look at the price quoted elhcwhoie
the shirt is more a gift than a bar
gain. If you are anxious to know why
customers of tho Hawaiian Jlauf
waro Company always got satisfac
tion, the column of that concern in
tliis paper will gratify your curio
sity. Mention is made in tho same
place of certain articles now u
plenished in stock.
MM WIUPWI IIWlWIIIll WWW PWM i WW
(5J 'v',,'HV--i I
4- - ?t'.!' A.
For This vveek Only !
Itr. li. IT. rt-nyrhtll
Ml. Vernon. VVihIi.
Loads tho Way I
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co.
An Honest Medicine
KlictltnnMsm Cured Me:i!th Unlit Up.
Ml. I'lmielilll. fnrmoily of Cnirililll & Taylor,
tmvettiis imi'I cltil I'lisli n. "II. I'liioti,
Yi.i-liln 'l ni, Ml'es: ' iiilic'i r.tlKornla
usim liiM n f ni'Miv u Mk n 1 eauio
l.eio 1 Im iinu to lie ailllcir I nil ma wltU
Tasciikd, July ai, 18'J.
cl l iiitf w,o.i nit. My IjUsIik . i . i.s nit) out In
tlii-fl 'inonli nil Uio tii'i '. : n I 1 loimil my,
soil inilli for ttmlt. li .!; i.ii atlcrllitf
inrnt of I'mxl s .surs.'j nt u si"
ni tli it (In1 inoilioiiif , it 0'iin
ir on li .11 .!(' of '!:is ii n'i U. 1 , uurluilGil
t .Hi!" l'Orm !io'-.- t ii-fi'i nr. Hook
It, mil am so much hr.piov tl Ui.tt l am out
Hood's p- Cures
In all v.ealhi rs nr 1 tisvel n'l day ith no
ratlin-1 :tt.it ,t1 l i t. '1.) nt j oiio that
foN ii.'il Mi i, i I f ''so II' 'i I's s.us.ii'a-
nitt. iiii.ia, . tiiin'" i:. u.int m him.
Hood'o Hi'-I.a ouiu LIvit UU, J.imnllco,
;,liiuiiiiifj. bn k lli'.uiaulio aud Co!HllUtiou.
lloilllON, XKWMAX .t CO.,
Ai'onts fur ll'iwriinii Islands.
Building and Loan Association.
V. R. 1'AIiMKIt
triot No. 1, Su,
Kiq., Ktmluocr of DIs
. 1'auillo Co.
I jiml (lull the nil te'jHires much lens pig
vtiitt fiiin liii'ceil In nude it mint uf the ft
ini'i'lr coierimi uml iiiremling 'junliiies. 1U0
lbs. of white fond will take no uiuru than -1
, rVlT. tf" I to ll! KaU. of Hnvouil, while In my iiriuiliiK
iioiuiiloil in wilt, 1 get uwn hotter results with 0 to 111
N. S. SACHS'
S20 Port, Street, Hon.olu.lvi.
Big Cut in Children's Dresses !
FIVE SPECIAL BARGAINS!
Children's "Whito Cambric Drosses for
Dresses with Embroidery
Children's White Cambric
Trim mi n "-s
inuill ho holil .it the rliumliLi' of
I'liiuinoriooti MONDAY i: UN 1 Ml, Oct.
'., is is, at 7:"u n'ol'iol;
f&F- I',i mollis ue li'MiiiiVil in Dolil.
' .uiii.N ii. i:omvi:u
BOYS HAVE A GOOD TIME.
Thoy Aro Happily Eutertninccl
the Y. M. C. A.
imi nil i vh
Soxt !inr to tin- I'll: loo t're.mi Parlors
Ml:- Cm i v ii Illi
cit' N( W (iliflll-
ivi'1 .1 l-urp1 1'ivoioo
. h. "Oooaiiie."'
USS l'liiludelpliia, Burkor, from Callao,
USS Adams, XeHon, from a cruise
Jaji S S Aikoku Maru, from Yokohama
Am bktno JHseovery, Christiansen, from
Br bchr Norma, Macqnarric, from Yoko
hama Brit bk Darra, I'ulunon, from Newcastle,
Am bkt W II Diniond, from San Francisco
Am bkt S G Wilder, from San Francisco
Am ship Topgallant, from Port Blakely
Am bk Detroit, from Naiiaimo
Haw bk Mauna Ala, from San Francisco
Br ship Co. of Merioneth, from N S W
Grbki'aul IxenberB, Biet, from Liverpool
Bktne l'lantor. Dow, from San Krancico
Bk Coylon, Cullumn, from San Francisco
Foreign Vessels Expected.
C it A S S Miowera, from Sydnoy and Bris
bane, due Oct '1
OSS Australia, Houdlettc, from San Fran
cisco, duo Oct 7
Am schr Kobort Lowers, from 3'ort Gam
ble, due Oct (I
Am b($t J I) Spreokels, from S F for Knliu
lui, due Aug 'M
Am bk Harvester, from S F Hllo, due Aug
Am bk Martha Davis, from lto"ton, due
Am bgt Consuolo, from San Fiancltco for
Knliului, Aug 5
Am fcclir Transit, from San Francin'o. duo
Br ship Vllliittu, from Liverpool, due Jan
Ger bk Nautilus, from Livctpuol, due Deo
Hnwhuhr J 0 North, from S I'' for Mali u-
kona, due Sept J."
Haw bk Andrew Welch, from San Fran
cisco, duo Sept '-'11
Am schr Allen A, from Kureka, duo Oct 1
Gar bk J U l'llugor, from Bremen, now duo
Thu steamor James Makcu did not leave
for Kapna Thtirbday, being detained for
the mail by the S. B. Alameda,
The It. M. S. S. Alameda sailed for the
Colonies at 4 p. in. yesteidav. She took
ubout !i00 tons of coal from liuie, bolides
L'1,7(I'J pltgs which cniiiu In transit.
Tho schooner Mury K. Koster arrived
from Walmeu, Kutial, this noon, with
about 800 lmgi of mmur for II. llaclcfeld ,V
Co, The nitgiir will bu truiisferied on board
thu barkeiitinu Dieiiver.
The liarkentine Irmgard lias been moved
to thu i:waldio( thu Kinau wharf, wliuiu
she now nwaits thu ariival of several Iiiin
dred bagu of sugar by thu steamer VYaiulu-
11 and 28, Nov. 11 aud '2B.
H. B. M. S. Wild Swan will short
ly relieve the Garnot at Victoria, B.
(J. Tho Warspilo, lately llagbliip in
tho Pacific, is now stationod as
yuardship at Queoustowu.
Dr. Goto, tho leper specialist, is in
town again. Tho doctor arrived
from tho Lope-r Settlement on the
steamer Mokolii this moruiuL', and
will stay in town tyo weeks.
Mr. T. I'. Cummins wishes tho
Bulletin to contradict tho statement
made in a contemporary that ho has
been given tho position of manager
of tho Waimanalo Sugar Plantation.
Harry Wolch, tramcar driver, was
arrested yestorda- afternoon on a
charge of furious aud heedless driv
ing. This is in connection with tho
collisions between a car and tho
troops attending a funeral on Thurs
day. A meeting of tho creditors of Wil
liam Weight, a voluntary bankrupt,
of llilo, Hawaii, has boon ordered
by Mr. S.L. Austin, Circuit Judge .'id
Circuit, to bo held at tin Court
House, in Hilo, on tho 2.'td day of
Judge Kobortson rendered a deci
sion in the Bowen larceny case in
the District Court this morning. J.
J', Bowon was found guilty and sen
tenced to two months' imprison
ment at hard labor. C. W. Ashford,
counsel for defendant, noted an appeal.
An interesting article by Mr. If.
Sounds of boisterous merriment,
such as only boys in ecstasies of
enjoyment can produce, i-tted fiom
the VT. M. C. A. hall yesterday even
ing. It was a reception gien by
the junior department to bo -i be
tween 11 and 17 years of age
.First there was a feast of good
things to oat, laid out by Mrs. Houry
Watorhouso and Miss .lone, who
were aided in the service by Mrs.
Angus, Misses Parmelee, Wing and
lihoads. Tho boys didn't get away
with it in good stylo, did they? Tee
cream and cake, with which the
feast was .topped oil", was even some
how stowed away. After the eating
came a concert.
Miss Parmoleo played the piano
with accomplished taste. Mr. Louis
Barsotti made every foot stamp in
appreciation of his (lute placing,
and ho gratified tho boys with an
other spell. Miss Tihoads gave one
of hor bright recitations. The boys
went simply frantic over Prof.
Tunoy's club swinging. They maile
as much noise as a ratification meet
ing. Tho professor had to ignore
Shakespeare's example and repeat.
Tho lads still had enough le-ervo of
enthusiasm to cheer a cornet solo by
Mr. Cruder, to which an acoompani-
mout on the piano was rendered by
Mr. D. W. Corbet 1, general secre
tary of tho Y. M. C. A., made a short
address on association u'ork for boys.
The ontertaiuinont was then con
cluded with a mandolin solo by Mr.
Ordway. There were over eighty
boys prennt. As they disper-ed
their gleeful shouts and tho clatter
of their feel on the stairs niing'.ed
in that sort of uproar which boys
love to produce.
UNDER THE STOWAWAY ACT.
Detention of Four Men Who Arrived
by the Alnmoda.
Four men were locked up at the
l'olico Station yesterday afternoon
as stowaways from San Francisco on
tho S. S. Alameda. One of the men
is deaf and dumb and it is interest
ing to witness th men coner.iug
withhim with their lingers. 'Wil
liam llenrv Huuhaii, an English
man of somewhat decent appear
ance and bearing, was one the
men locked up. Ilughan protested
against his arrest, its he claimed his
passage had been paid for. Accoid
ing to his story llutfhan camo out
with tho rest of them. The pas-en-gers
noted Jltigliau's appearance
and raised a subscription of .2. to
pay his passage, aud not allow
id m to work with tho oHiom. Ptii-er
Sutton agreed to put his name on
tho steerage passenger list. Mr. T.
It. Walker, British Vice-Coiisiil, hnd
an intoniow with Ilughan, and later
Mr.'F. Al. Swan.v was further inves
tigating the case. Should llughati's
allegations prove curiecl, he will be
a owed his liberty, fluglmii wrote
Slik and Embroidered Silk Crape for
Very Handsome Handkerchiefs,
Kinb-itidi-roil, Dr.iun Work, Open
Wiiil;, lit.-., lite, l'.lo.
Plain and Bordered Silk Handkerchiefs
t ii: '.rTi i mi v
i;iiiliruiiliiiid l iisliiims. I'ar.'iKili
i:ie., lHe., ICte.
Miiti'ci-, Ojior i lluoi!-, r i-lio-,
Slum Is, r,u, l.'c, l.to. ,
Itnn inur .mum (.Annul
UMilciusot I.uoul, mid in my ticoinl cent
with 7 to S gallons of Luool to 100 lbs. of
load. This menus u vory iniitorinl suving
(fiutu otio-tlurd to ono-luilf) in tho amount
of iii;iuunt iioooMtiiry to cover a given sur
fiteo. In my rouf color I used loss than 100 lbs.
of "oar paint" (l'riuuus Motnllio Kroiind in
oil) whuie a roof of this size has nlways ro
iiuircd -00 lbs. of tar paint with linseed oil.
1 nii.vod tny roof color with 18 gallons of
L.ui'01 to tho 100 lbs. of pigment mid got a
bettor body of color than I ever got with
k'-s than o'no-half that number uf gallons
of liu-eod. I give you simply the fuots but
1 oaiinot undor.-tand or explain tlicin.
'lbe drving quulitioi of the now oil aro
pel foot. 'I'lie priming conl with white lead,
dried strong and hurd inside uf '21 hours.
Thu first coat for sand took the sand freely,
llrmly nnd in larger iiutintity than lin-eed
and 'dried bard inside of 'il hours. The
i second coat of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly wfthout taok inside of 111
, hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
a lino smooth surtaeo entirely free from
, wtinkle-und blisters, anil liuro out romark-
alny well so us to develop n lino lustre, giv
ing mueii uuuer minting results iiiuu i
havo ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on new wood. Tho oar paint sprond on tho
roof was mixed with raw l.ueol and dried
perfoetlv in 21 hours. Notwithstanding
that only ono-luilf the usual amount of
color was used, the paint covered perfectly
aud did not run. Tho second coat of sand
tilled up solidly, taking up u larger (inuti
lity of saud more evenly than 1 have over
gotten on to linseed.
The Lueol has effected n saving of 21f
lbs. of pigment or noarl) one-third of tho
amount usually required for a building of
With respect to the genor.il amiearanee
of tho finished work, I must confess that I
never saw its equal in twoeo.it work with
liti-oed, and if the oil wears ns well at
Taneiod us it has worn with the Master
Car Painter. Mr. fitch, at Sacramento,
thcie enn be no ittextiun about the SUl'K
I UloKITY uf l.uciil mer liiuecil, eien nt the
! .(kio line iV ipillnn, in KCONdM Y, GOOD
I LOOKS uml in DITKAISII.ITY.
SignodJ V. II. ME1.IAJS,
Koicinan I'aintor, Boutliorn Pacific Co.
Uhiinrun m lnie NVhitt' Uninhnc Urossus
and Embroidery Trimmings
Children's White Cambric Dresses, Fancy Triin
mingH, stylish make
Children's Colored Silk Cloaks
SS Above Prices are Positively P0R THIS WEEK ONLY!
I 18 Wikb.
RobinBon Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HANJ AN BXTKNSIVK AHSOKTMKNT OK
rz. -M .'J .ii
i'. .XiS.'j ..".JvS
-3i' :i f-j fert
Bedroom Suits, mmnM
SILK STOCK1XOS, i
- i sunt. s-oi;ru sr ill
Silk and Crape Neckties!
. . SCHEENS ." . .
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Till-: KINK JAl'AXUSHSTEAMKK
l i'-tiiiiios, Lt
k. JLA,i A v Ii
I-Iotol Stroot, '
Not il'ior to tlio I'.ilaoo loo I'ro.i'ii l'.irlor-
All kiwl.i of Comiitfrriiil 1'rinthig
liroi'ptiu I'ffCM'pil nt low rnlfi nt Hi"
Will leave Honolulu for tlio above Port
on or about
MONDAY, OCT. 2, 1893.
PSF" Kur further particulars ro;ardiiifr
1'iin"iiK0 and Freight, ajijily to
K. OGTJRA &c CO.,
MO til HV'M St., Kobiin-on lllnok.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HANI) OK DAMAOKI) GOODS KKl'T ON HAND
OliDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. BoUiel Stroot.
UEl.I. TELEPHONE 525. n Of MUTOAh TELEPHONE Otft.
3ml s. TErsj-sr
75TFORT STREET 7o
Near Hotel Street.
apHt;irrt in tin rail .Man iintiui
for .Sut. 7. It in illustrated with on
Kravinys by tlio author's rulutivo,
.Mr. .1. 1). HtmiiK, Jr. 'J'ht) UIih
t rat ml Loudon Nuwh for Sopt. Hi
has a iai) of Sauioau iicliiins from
drawings by .Mr. .Strouy.
About V1 noliuuiiiini, tindor Cap-
bo. It U iirohalilo tlmt blio will not ho j tain Itobt, l'arhor, inarchcil down to
L. Stovoiihou on tho War in Saiiioit ' ,ij, nnini n a card licarniK an ad
vortisxMiioul of the San J'udm Farm,
Tho other innii will la Hhijipoil
back to tho Coast on tho bnrlioutiuo
V. Jl. Diniond, tho Ocoanio SUuiiu
hhip (Joiupany boaritif,' tlio p&uujm,
uhlu to leavii bofiiro .Minidin
Thu (iuruuiu luirl. I'uiil Ihonhori;, (apt.
J. U, Diet, nrriviil UiW iiiornliit; ll- du,i
from l.lvorpool, Her caro coimlMc'l of
"ItoiiH of cnul and l.'l.l.'U pl.gx of Honural
ineruhuudliio. On itrilvitl lin iinelioiL'd in
tho (tlroiiin, near thu U, H. 8. Adtiuis, on
tlio Walklkl sill..,
A now aililltb.il In thu Jiouiiliilii llnu uf
iiaukutu front Liverpool to Honolulu i
luuiiuhod (rum thu hli hulldlna yard of
tlio Kinau wharf about fi o'clock this
uioriiliiK to rocoivo rrosidonl Dolo,
who was oxjiootod to rot urn by thu
Kinau. As ln did not umtentdi.o
thu h(inul inaruhi'il to J'alaco .Stpiaro
to drill. Attoriioy-Cjouoral Smith
was pritMiut at tho drill, anil ooiu
pliiiicntod tho inoii on thulr h'ood
iiv n piib
Tho I. 0. band will
c coucorl at hiuiua hiutnro
aftoruoou at 7:!M) o'clock. 'I hu follow
iK program will bo roiidcri'd!
Maioli-A Pa In Vii'iiiui (M'hilil
Overturn hturyiltj. . . Ke'mI
Wulu -Tihii I'urU Wttldiciih'l
hulw'llotl -.MukIc.iI Jtovluw. . . Mlvlero
Ilttloll-VlVlwity ,.. ; .tw
' liawnU I'silQl.
ps .n st iti:ci:ii:i) nv lmi: mihivals
Kiioot from Chiini' Fmost Mountain Quality Superior to Any
thing Kvor .Sold lij Honolulu'
Can phut Teunkn Filial villi I'ltlrnl Ifrt-'vlivr .iicl;n,
l.tileul iltijIi'H Chimv llniiiliiin Clmien uml l,niinip'ii,
Hi ii ul i fid I'lilh run Chim xi' Silk and Sill: llnndlerchicfn, Iilr.
Hicjh Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
AUmu- mi bati'l a Choice ssorliiiout of Casliiiii'tos, Twecdf, lite,, Kto.
Ijo-w Pi'ioob ixxtlcX Cloocl ITit Ovieti-anteocl -
LQ"V13XO"3r cfc. CO.
No. 10 Nuuami Streot, "Fontor Block."
! IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
roit Tin: sale or
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Ciivli' Sam" Wiur Ct'llutu, iXajia City.
Fiadoricksburg Browing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
San .", Cal., I'. S. A.
DiiIciHiiiil & Co.'s Cream Pure Bye Whisky,
--A merit ti'it Fiuml I'mtlurliim, llirli anil Mtlhw.
& Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
-Viufutm a mi lUlinhU'.
-Tlif I'rluti of Sitmmir Drink.
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
Scott & Qilbwl's
AT THK IWMors STOKE OF - -
IB. :F BBELEHS & GO.
BOB & 511 IC-OR.T STK,E3H3T.
Canton "Weislx FetTorios !
A liatulHDiiie Cotton Fabric. Now Hl loo this season, tho ullccth are fac-tdmilos of China
Bilks, to hoc thoin uicaiis to appreciate them.
HUk lluUh just out, roul i'rotieh designs are the lluest and tho craze of the neai-ou.
Cashmere Svitolinaes SO Oents "5Ta,rcl I
One of the hatiilHoiiiost Wash Materials thin season ontiroly now and
for tho jirlco iiaa no eipial.
"Wlaite Iia.-wxis a.n.d ZDiraity I
In I'lalit, Striped uml I hooked In ureal vaiithV,
VST DresHinakluo Ondor the Maiiaobuieut of MRS. RENNEIt. tJ
Royal Insurance Company
" The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
in the World."
: : 842,432,174.00
- IhcdiioiiiUawUituniiileuil l'lnUiluM ill Vr rtMltffit iiiul Ma ullurcil
mU TJTViry Kuuiuibli I'lluun, fc,!7 -dm
&mau Tauvuosb aKS fer Qthob !'l J"
Ktrt. nst.,on ill KtiiiUoI IiiMinuiro l'roperty ttiton nt Cnrrnit Kliks l
j. s. w.ax..iK:epi,
Aiinit 'or tlio Htwillmi UlimU,