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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KROM AND AKTKK JUNK 1. 180.1.
To Rwa Mux.
I.tave Pearl City.
Anlve Kwu Mill.,
Leave Kwn Mill 0:21 10:43
Leave Pearl City 0:55 11:15 4:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:R0 11:55 4:55
O. Snnuavs oxcoptcd.
I). Saturdays excepted.
T! DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18, 1893.
WeIiNKSHAV, Oet. 18.
Aw 3-mastcd sehr Eva, Klltguard, 1ft days
from Humboldt Bay
Wkpnespav, Oct. 18.
O .v. O S S Oceanic, Smith, for Yokohama
Stm r Pete for Makawc.i at 3 p m
Schr Mol Willi hie for Hnmakua
Cargoes from Island Forts.
near, 73 nags
Stiur Mlkahala 5803 bags sii
coll'eo. 143 baesuwii. 15 hi
horses, 28Jiead cattle, 25 pigt, 73 pkgs
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS,
Mr. Julian Monsarrat is in town.
Mechanic Engine Co. No, 2 will
moot this ovoniug.
A desirable residence at Mnkiki,
with spacious grounds attached, is
The Hawaiian Sportsmen's Asso
ciation will moot this ovoniug nt tho
Hawaiian Hotol at 7:80 o'clock.
Bruco and A. J. Cnrtwricht, Kenl
Estato Agonts, have soino bargains
in improved Honolulu property.
Diamond Head, 3 p, m. Weather,
cloudy; light southwest. A ship off
Koko Head, lost her topgallant mast.
E. Olson will not bo responsible
from this date for any debts con
tracted by his wife Maria Joso Olson.
Mr. G. Von Hatnin, of tho firm of
E. HolTschlaegor & Co., returned by
tho S. S. Oceanic from a short visit
Sovonty-two Chinoso (61 men, 3
woinon and 8 childiou) took passage
by tho S. S. Oceanic this afternoon
Tho Albatross now at Maro Isl
and, will remain a couplo of months
there for repairs and then take a run
clown to Honolulu.
Now sidownlks have beon laid
down on Vineyard street. Tho road
way is also being widonod at the end
next Nuuanu street.
W. Mossman, and not E. Moss
tnau. Jr. was tho name of the man
fined yesterday for having cho fa
tickets in his possession.
M. Nahuiua pleaded guilty in the
District Court to-day to having che
fa tickets in his possession and was
sentenced to pay a fine of $20.
Tho trial of E. Dovauchelle and
Isaac Cockott, for the illegal posses
sion of forty-nine half-pound tins of
opium, has beon set for Tuesday
Tho Califomian Illustrated Maga
zine for October has been received.
It contains the usual budget of inte
resting articles, copiously illustrated
with beautiful half tono engravings.
From San Francisco, per O it O S S
Oceanic, Oct 17 Hon Ellis Mills, C Von
llamm, 52 cabin and 378 Chinese teeiage
passengers in transit.
From Maui and Hawaii, via Kaunuka
kul, per stmr Mikuhala, Oct 17 lit Hov
Bishop of Honolulu, Kuv 11 II Parker, Win
Mutch and bride, Miss B Meyer, .1 Lucas,
Julian Monsarrat, P A Dias, Mrs I) Kama,
Mrs Nohea, Miss Mary Kelii, (' Achce,
Master Duncan, and 05 deck.
For Raima, per stmr James' Mukee, Oct
17 Mrs E 1) Tcnney and servant, Jus
Hush and Miss Atkinson.
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalaui, Oct 17
Mrs 0 B Smith, J A Scott, W C Dart, Mrs
H A Wharton, S Matsumura, J McDonald,
J Opfcrgclt, Mr Ariko.
For Maui, per stmr Claudine, Oct 17 M
Louisson, Miss S Williams, Mis De La
Nux, K S Gjerdruui, X Omsted, F S Clin
ton, A B Loebenstein, W J Lowrie, Geo
McLean. J A Ahcona.
For Hongkong and Yokohama, pei 0&
OSS Oceanic. Oct 18 MU Piitten, Jno
Gillig, MrsUiliig, H M Qillig, F ti Winn,
Mr ISlinn, Clay M Green, F 1, linger, 1
Hentschcl, H Takashiina, and 72 CI line e
The 4-masted schooner Alolm is dis
charging her cargo at Brewer's wharf.
The bark Ceylon received 40S0 bags of
sugar from the steamer Mikahala to-day.
The bark Andrew Welch and the schoon
er Transit, while waiting for their turns in
loading sugar, improve the opportunity by
undergoing cleaning and repainting.
The American 3-masted schooner Kva,
Capt. C. F. Klitganrd, arrived this morn
ing, 15 days from Humboldt Bay, with a
heavy load of Inmber for Messrs. Wilder A
Co. "She reports nothing unusual on the
The steamer Mikabalu arrived from
windward ports last evening. She touched
at Kiiuuakakai at 10 o'clock yesterday
morning, and stayed about three quartets
of an hour to allow Mr. Win. Mutcu, bride
and party to hoard her for this port.
The O. it O. S. S. Oceanic, Smith, com
mander, arrived in portffcboutO o'clock last
evening, 0 days from San Francisco. She
brought 2 packages of merchandise for this
port and 59,175 in transit, and sailed again
this afternoon at 3 o'clock for Hongkong
via Yokohama, taking ten cabin passen
gers, and 01 men, 3 women and K children
(Ohinese) in steerage.
BAN PBUfCIHCO NOTES.
Arrivals Oct. 4, S. S. Oceanic, 7 days
from Honolulu; Oct. 7, I1, S. S. Boston, 11
days from Honolulu.
Departures Oct. 5, Hawn. bark H. I.
Bithetj Oct. 7, brig W. G. Irwin; Oet.
a, yacht Tolna; all for Honolulu.
Projected Departures Oct. Ill, S. S.
Mariposa, for Honolulu, ect.; Oct. 28, 8. S.
Australia, for Honolulu; Nov. 21, S. S.
China, for Honolulu, etc.; Dec. 11), 8. b.
Oceanic, for Honolulu, etc.; brig J. 1).
Spreckols, f or Honolulu; bark S. 0. Allen,
for Honolulu; schr. Anna, for Kahului;
brig Consuelo, for Kahului; bilg I.urline,
On Friday, October 20th, Jas. F.
Morgan will hold an uudorwritors'
sale of plain and corrugated iron,
damaged by salt water on voyage, ox
Herman bark "fa til Isouoerg lrom
Joko, the monkey pet of the S. S.
Oceanic's crew, attracted tho atten
tion of a number of people yester
day. The monkey was dressed in
resemblance to a Chinaman, and
wore a pigtail.
Two Chinese who led the attack
against Detectives Larson and Boyle
at Ewa on Sunday last woro brought
to town from that place at 5 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. Tho detectives
were mobbed while nicking a raid
on a gambling joint.
The United Chinese Society offer
a Jeward of $200 for tho capture and
conviction of tho murderer of Dan
Hung Hoy at Hoaeae. Ewa, on
Saturday night, 14th inst. This is
in addition to $100 reward offered
bj' the Government.
Kaia Kaulaui, tho young worthy
who walked into a Chinese store ou
Nuuanu street tho other night ami
appropriated or rather misappro
priated a $1 hat, was sentenced to
two mouths' imprisonment at hard
labor in the District Court yester
The departure of tho Oceanic this
afternoon was witnessed by a largo
crowd of people. The Gillig party,
decked out prettily with leis, at
tracted considerable attention. They
cheered vociferously when "Hawaii
Pouoi" was phyed, Mr. H. M. Gillig
winding up his adieus to Honolulu
by a well-sung warble.
There was tho usual large con
course, which waits on the music or
the Hawaiian National band, at the
concert on the Hawaiian Hotel
grounds last night. The music of
the Hawaiian bandsmen is some
thing that strangers are eager to
hear, and the hotel management is
worthy of praise for gottiug the
favorites out so often when ocean
steamers are iu port.
CLEVER OPIUM CAPTURE.
A Chinoso Merchant Walks Off tho
Oceanic with Opium Between Uis
Polico ollicor Sain Stone made a
clover opium capture on tho city
front nt 11 o'clock this morning,
The ollicor was patroling on the
lowor deck of the O. & O. S. S.
Oceanic near the sailors' quarters
whon ho noticed two Chinoso mer
chants acting rather suspiciously,
Stouo glided into a corner and set a
watch on tho men. Ho saw them
purchase eight tins of opium and
disappear for awhile into a room,
presumably to hide tho stuff about
thoir persons, They shortly appear
ed and wont upstairs, tho ollicor fol
lowing nt a respectable distance, so
as not to arouso their suspicions.
Gaining tho gangplank the Chinoso
merchants wero searched by the
Customs ollicor and passed to tho
gato whore another Custom House
man ran his hands over thora. At
this juncture tho polico officer had
got too closo, and aroused tho suspi
cion of one man, who immodiatoly
walked towards tho Waikiki end of
tho wharf, Tho other, who proved
to bo" Ah Choy alias Low Choy, of
tho firm of Boo Yuon Lung & Co.,
Maunakea streot, telephoned for a
"good hack" and waitod. The hack
arrived and Ah Choy jumped into
it, followed by Stone who had
beon near him all tho time. Choy
was a very much discomfited man
whon tho officer directed tho driver
to head for tho Police Station. At
the Station Choy was searched and
four tins of opium wero found in his
trousers between, his legs, two on
each side. Ah Choy, alias Low Choy,
was charged with smuggling opium,
aud was later releasor! on a bond,
with, his follow companion at the
wharl as security.
Officers Stone and Kaapa immodi
atoly repaired to the Pacific Mail
dock to arrost the other man. Thoy
mot him coining off the steamer and
on searching him found "nix." Tho
man had a good laugh at tho offi
cers. Those two gentlemen are prob
ably not the only ones who have
passed tho vigilant phalanx of Cus
toms officers, Colioctor of Customs
Castlo, when asked whore the "Cus
toms House" was this morning, an
swered ho didn't know. The annexa
tion Customs oilicors probably had
that tired feeling aud, as usual, wero
not in it.
IS THE BEST
perfectly solid inside of twenty
For somo days past the executive
committoo of tho Honolulu Cricket
Club has boen considering tho mat
ter of tho visit of tho Australian,- . T-Tm ,
urickot toam on its way homo from Wl V' ' I J I I j
England. Tho Australians will bo ' AA VAJ-I.
hero, it is expected, by tho C. A. S.
S, Warrimoo in November. Thoy
are too largo a company for the local
club to ontortain in any kind of way
at its own oxponso. A sub-cominit-too
of throo has thoroforo boon ap
pointed to "fool" tho town on the
question of a rocoptiou fund. It is
to be hoped that something will bo
dono, so as to increase tho chances
of getting an exhibition game from
and elastic, not a brll-
longnr than any other
Quick Rollof and Porfoct Curo
Forms a durable
ld'liiliiB its gloss
Ucslsts thu action of acids and alkalies
better than any oilier oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
1 ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields a
i hard sur'noi", suitable for iloors, steps, etc.
, Mixes readily with pigments ground In
' oil in paste form.
I Brings out the real shades of the colors
!nnd keeps them unaltered.
Is ii solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tnr colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improves the
l Auueu 10 varuisii
working of the vaml
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
N. S. SACHS'
BSO irox't Street, Honolulu.
O. S. Palrlcli
THE GLOBE TROTTER.
Goes to the Police Station to Vindi
cate His Character.
Louis Morningstar, the boy gjobo
trotter, left by the Oceanic this af
ternoon for Japan. For the past
few days, it is said, that a report had
been circulated by Captain Xlemme
of the mounted patrol, that Morn
ingstar was here throe years ago,
and was a fraud. Tho lad heard this
yesterday evening and went to tho
Police station to soo Klemme aud
make him prove his words. He was
met by Clerk Rosohill who repeated
Klemmo's statoinont, and finally
told him to got out, and that he was
"no good." Morningstar, who took
the rebuff to heart, requested Cap
tain Hookauo to let him see tho De
puty sheriff, and the lad was intro
duced to Deputy Marshal Brown,
who promised he would see Kleiumu
Mastor Gortz met with a painful
accident at 12:30 o'clock this after
noon near Smith's bridge, Beretania
street. He was standing near a fire
when a native boy pushed him in.
His right foot was badly burned, the
skin peeling off as tho boy rolled on
the ground crying in agony. The
lad was taken homo in a hack and
medical assistance was given
was frightful to hear the lad at
father's store on Fort street.
Tho P. G. band, Prof. Berger,
leader, will play at Thomas Square
this ovouing at 7:80 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the program:
Overture Poet and Peasant
Selection Pirates of Pcilituc
Faiitahlu Nightingale and l-'rogi.
iJuHilrlllu fox uiid Box
THE AMERICA CUP.
The United States Yacht Vigilant
Almost Cortainly the Winnor.
Before tho pupors by the Oceanic
were distributed yesterday evening,
all sorts of contradictory reports
wore flying with regard to tho inter
national yachting contest. Thev
started with one that the British
yacht Valkyrio had won tho first
two races, ending a little nearer tho
truth with one that tho Vigilant
had won tho necessary three out of
five. The papers told, however, of
the Vigilant's having won two races,
tho second on the 9th inst. and
"easily." Au attempt at a race on
the 5th failed. Ou thu 7th theio
was a square contest, iu which tho
Vigilant hold tho lead throughout,
beating Lord Dtinravou's yacht by f
min. -1H sec.
In tho second race, hold on the
Oth, tho Valkyrie took a load at the
start, 11:80 a. in. At 12 o'clock she
had led by four lengths throughout.
At 10 minutes to ono o'clock tho
Valkyrio had fallen a mile behind.
The Vigilant crossed the line home
at 2:50, aud tho Valkyrie I2A min
utes later. Both before the wind
and pointing to windward the Am
uricau centreboard boat outsailed
thu Brittish cutter. Thu second
ruce was nailed on throe sides of an
equilateral triangle, ten inilusto the
Pleasant Roception at the Home of
the Nowly-Wodded Pair.
Mr. William Mutch, superinten
dent of buildings for the Bishop
estato, and Miss Eliza Meyer, daugh
ter of Mr. K. W. Meyer of Molokai,
wero married at the parental resi
dence of the bride Tuesday morn
ing by Iov. H. H. Parker, pastor of
Kawaiahao church, Honolulu. The
ceremony took place at K o'clock in
tho presence of relatives and a few
near frieuds. Tho couplo embarked
at 10 o'clock on tho steamer Mika
hala, which stopped off Kauuakakai
to receivo them, arriving in Hono
lulu about 5 o'clock in the after
noon. At 8 o'clock in tho evening a re
ception was held by tho happy
couplo at tho beautiful residence of
Mr. Mutch at Palama. Thore was a
gay illumination of the house,a lino of
colored lanterns being strung along
the front aud two sides. Inside superb
decoi ations had boon added to the
handsome finish of tho rooms. Mr.
aud Mrs. Wm. Auld and Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. Lucas had attended to
this labor of lovo iu Mr. Mutch's
absence on Molokai. The couplo
received their frieuds in tho right
front parlor, standing under an arch
of ferns from the peak of which a
iloral wedding ring hung over their
heads. Strings of pnpaia flowers
depended from the arch. Over the
rear door of tho room was a padlock
of marigolds with a koy of bachel
or's buttons. Tho pair was attend
ed In Mr. Rudolph Duncan as best
man and Miss Moyor as bridesmaid.
A large lauai for daucing had been
erected in tho rear, having an iron
roof and substantial floor, with cur
tains of tent cloth on the sides.
Luxuriant festoons of ferns almost
covered tho interior of tho roof, with
many globe lanterns hung amidst
their emerald convolutions. The
entrance to the dancing floor was
spanned with a graceful arch. Hero
the Hawaiian Quintet Club played
its excollent music, to which a largo
assembly of youth and beauty whirl
ed and glided. Iu an adjoining
compartment a recherche suppor
was served by tho accomplished
caterer, Mr. I'. M. Lucas. Nothing
more elegant aud dainty has been
spread on a festive board in Hono
lulu for an ago. Cool beverages in
cluding a mild aromatic punch were
on service the whole evouing. After
tho company had boon well re
freshed, dancing was continued until
Many prominent figures iu state
and business circles wero present
with their families, and thore was a
i laro representation of tho buds and
blossoms of society. A multifarious
array of wedding presents, not a fow
of costly value, was presented to
view in the dining room. Tho re
ception was generally agreed to havo
been one of the pleasautost social
gatherings held hero in a long time.
- m m
Count Festotic'B Yacht Coming to Honolulu.
" I wm to badly afflicted w Ith sclatlo rheumv
tltm tht I could icarorly more. I used a great
many remedies which did mn no Rood. A friend
presented me ft bottle of Hood' Karnaparllla,
which 1 began to Like. Tlio relief was nitck
and two bottlei cured me completely. I author.
lis the ue of my name aud portrait In recom
mending Hood's SiriapnrllU. for I think It a
very valuable medicine. I recommend It to all
who may be afflicted with rheumatism or old
Hood's " Cures
fever sores, m I know of a Udy In Oakland who
has been cured of uli'cra by this wonderful med
lclne." C. B. rxTMUK, No. 305 California St.,
Stockton. California. Oet HOOD'S.
Hood's Pllla act easil, yet promptly and
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. 25a.
HOBUON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Does not darken white lead or
Has greater body than nnj other oil.
i Requires one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and it will
greatly improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
' By actual tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, ! the best paint oil ever manufactured.
Direction for Use.
Umi I.i'coi, in every respect in the
Mime uiiimici us you would liiitccil
oil, with tin: single exception tliucynu
may add fully one-qunrtor moic Lit
coi. to the biimc quantity of pigment
tli.iu you would of lin-ccd.
Iu using metallic, Venetian ted, the
ochres, nml othci iliy piijuicntf, it is
advisable to mix up the paint nt least
one iluy licfoiu it is to be used, then
mid ii Uiiiil more Lucoi. mill the p. lint
will ho found to cover well uiid have
u good iloss.
NKVBK USE .IAPANS.
Where hard surfaces such as llooi,
steps, etc., arc required use litharge
only, never use Japans.
LUCOL MIXES WITH VARNISHES
and assists tlicii working anil ini-
proves their appearance hut 'iiir.v
, SHOULD UK USl'.l) S.MK DAY 111KV AKi:
I mi.i:d, otherwise the gum of the vsu-
nish may ho precipitated or the nnx-
I tuio curdled.
' The addition of from to of Lt'
coi. to Mirnishcs does not l educe theii
lu-tic nor retard their baldening and
drying and it prevents (heir clucking.
White and Brown Cotton Cloth
Lonsdale Cambric, 7 yards for $1.00.
Lonsdale Cotton, 10 yards for $1.00.
Fruit of the Loom, 0 yards for $1.00.
Fine Quality Cotton, special price, 12 yards for $1.00.
Fine Unbleached Cotton, VI yards for $1.00. '
Fine Unbleached Cotton. 20 yards for $1.00.
The above Prices are for This Week Only.
rpHE ABOVE REWARD WILL 15E
JL paid to anyone giving information
leading to the Arrest and Conviction of
tue party or parties guilty 01 mo muiiicr
of Dan Hung Hoy (a male Chinese) at llo
aeae. Kwa, Oalm, Batunlay night, the I Ith
inst. WONG KWA1.
President United Chinese Societv.
Honolulu, Oct. IS, 1803. 8V, lit
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery i Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTKNS1VK ASSORTMENT OF
Etc, Etc, Etc,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
MY WIKK, MARIA .lOSi: OI.SI'. '
having left my Bed and lto.ud with- j
out suflieient cause, I hereby ghe notice to
the public that I will not he lesponsihle i
from this date for any debt'- eoutraeted ,
her in my name. U. Ol.SKN.
Honolulu, Oct. 18, 1B!W. S")S-"t
KKAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VALUABLE 1'IECKS OK
I improved Property, loealed
in ditfeient parts of the City of
Honolulu; all bargains. Ajiplv
for full nartieulars to
IMU'CK ,v. A. J. (JAliTWKKUIT.
Real Estate Agency,
No. 619 Fort Stroot.
Germauia street $'X) per
Kin m:i Square flft pur
JL Premises oppo-ite the
Miiklki Reserve, recently
occupied bv Mr. Clinrlc's
i reigiiton. I no erounus nie spacious, aim
well shaded with Ornamental and Kruit
Trees; only a minute's walk to Tiumuiiyx.
The Buildings will be. put iu llnnuiili re
pair to suit the wishes of u good tenant.
For further particulars, apph In
Trustee for Mrs. Murv h. Levey.
1 House on
1 House on
1 Store under the "Arlington."
1 Store on Miunnu street,
i! Houses on lie re tun hi street.
i Houses on Kort street.
FOR i SALE.
House and Lot on Beretania street near
I'euiieola. Lot 1!00 feet frontage aud
1 IU feet deep.
Several Desirable Residences at first
I Residence on Germania street.
G. K. BOARDMAN,
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SRCOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
O RDWAY & P ORTE it,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 525. - OT MUTUAL TELEPHONE (W5.
jml. s. iLiErv-Tr
To Let or Lease.
Hawaiian Sportsmen's Association.
nk ok tiiiiei:
SPECIAL MEETING OK THE 1IA
waliuu Sportsmen's Association will
beheld at the Hawaiian Hotel, ou WED
NESDAY evening. October 18, IS'Kl, at 7:B0
o'clock. Per ordor,
G-3t BOARD OK DIRECTORS.
rpHE ANNUAL MEETING OK THl".
Wamnak Co. will be held on MON
DAY. October . 'MJ. IbtU. at IU A ., ut the
ollieeof ('. O. llerger.
C. (). llEIUJKIt, I
avwit becietmy. i
Hawaiian Provisional Government Stamps ! i 1
En i Tirana.
lottueus on corner of
Kort and School Streets.
I Annlv ou the urcniHCH. or
, .W. " . .. . . '..., t-TL.....
!ai rranK uronnssioru, .nercimm oireeu
NEW HOUSE OK KIVE
rooms, ou Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. O.. etc. Commands
oneof tho finest views in'llouolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
MiK RESIDENCE AND
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
17ULL SKTS HAWAIIAN PUOV1S
X iunal Government Stamps C21 iu set) '
10 ou sale at thu Hawaiian News Co.'s
Thu yacht Tolua sailoil from San
Francisco on 9th hint., having on
hoard Count Fohtotii: and wifu, and
Mr. and .Mrn. Louis llnugiii. Tho
party iutond visiting tint South Sojih
on a pluaHiim iTiiiso, and will touch
in at Honolulu on routo. Aftor leav
ing Honolulu, thu vuosol will pro
ceed to thu (iilhort Inland, Cap
tain Wiuhiiiau in ou hoard as Mailing
I IH II A NIC ENGINE I O. NO. i WILL
iL hold a meeting at thu Hook A Lad
der hall THIS (Woilne-iluy) KVh.N'JNU,
for the purpose ol nettling up lluaiiulul
ullulr.. A full attendance rwiiumtuil.
Stori! for this week only, at $7.UU per set
I AD1KS AND (1ENTLEMEN INTL
Xjl rested iu Theinoplin al Studies, or
Thcosophlcnl Literature, uiu requested Hi
communicate, on tint subject with A. M.'l.,
P. O. Box ll'J, Honolulu. H'sl Iw
dor's Avenue, below Luna
in.. 11. ...... .. ii ..,..,i..,i i...
II1W IIUIIIVl HUM .,. ,4 ,,J I !
the iindtTblgnul, Is for bale on advantage
oils terms, Apply to
Kl 'tm Al W S. Luce, .Merchant St
Notice to Tenants 1
Tonoi: is ukreiiyoivento all
i persons living ns tenants on hinds be
longing to the Estate of the lute King luilu
kiiuii, as well as ou hinds belonging to the
undersigned mid those ol David kiivwuiu
i Million and .1. lviilauialiaole, for wh eh ar
i riingoiucntH have been made between them
l and Mr. J. Puiikuula, that payments of
runt must hereafter be nunle to me per-oii-ally.
Wlmii making pigment it i re
quested that tenants bring copies of iheii
Iciihcs nml thu hist ret chit Kiceivtil h
ke thum. It is ills the wish of thu illliler-
for Thanksgiving and Christinas should be signed to meet and confer with tenants ou
uiu ursviiiiv in uver( inuimi iwi m uKiiiuia,
beginning October Hi, IMM, and milling
April ill, lH'U.
ttf OIIH'H at lliiiiunkiiha.
Honolulu, Oet. H, If'i'I. nVI-Iih
AWAIAHAO SEMINARY HAS Es
tablished a. DoMhsnc DurAHTMI'.M
and is prepared to laku orders for jellies,
bread and cakes. All orders for fruit ya
sent ut onco.
ri.1l I in
UK MANAUK.MLNT OK Till'. MLU- '
O-KO-rounil miri'ii) warns nil persons
to keep clear of the inblu anil niaclilner)
ol Niiid Merry-go-round lum In motion,
us Im will not be ruspoiiKlhlu for iictihleuti.
cuiiHud Ii) thu same. Anyoiiu niuglit lies
troyhig "r mutilating tint Merry-go round
or ft lover will bu proMcuted lucortllug
toluw. JOHEV1I A. VICTOII.
Honolulu, Hunt. l, Ib'M. 1'ioprlulor.
1.1, PERSONS IIAVINC CLAIMS
nun niti (ohert Wlllliini Holt nur-
soliiill) are ruilieslisl to proem the niune
Milliuilt ilelav at the Olllie of
HltlHJK X A. J. OAllTWItlllHT.
Honolulu, Alii:. 'A 1WH. HIU-U
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OK
IB. IF1- EHLBES &c GO.
BOS & 511 iriOR.T STR.B3H1T.
A handsome Cotton Fabric New Styles this seas-on; the etlectn are fac-simllcs of Chili
Silks to seu them melius to appreciate them.
Silk Iluisli just out real Krench designs are thu llnesl and the urate of the sen-ou.
Oaslimere S-alolimes SO Oonts "2"arci I
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this teasou entirely new nud
fur thu price has no equal.
Wlaite Lawns a.ndL IDimity !
In Plain, Striped and Cheeked iu great variet).
t$T Uressmaklna Under the Manapoment ol URB. RENNCR. Jti
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
irr- Klre rinks on all kinds of Insurance l'MTly lkeu at Current lUskn b
J. S. -VSTA-I-iKZHlBL.
ktn fur thr llawalUu UUtidk,