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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KIIOM AND AKTI'.R JUNE 1. t!B.
To Kwa Mil,!..
LOOAIj AND GENERAL NEWS.
The t- G. lmnd will piny at Malmc.
Irtlaml this ovoiliug.
Mr. Jj, J. Lovoy will hold n snlo of
household furuittiro at his salesroom
at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Leave Honolulu ,...8:45 lt-li
I.i ave I'enrl Olty H:U0 2:30
Arrive Kwn Mill. .. .!t:r7 'J:57
.Tl'" Wis0 d.BwicJ,?i!.. !!ll?iFull Text of the Nayal Court's
Leave Kwn Mill .
lftve l'eurl Olty
A. Snttinlavs nnlv.
(3. Sundays excepted.
1). Rnturilny.s excepted.
FRIDAY, OCT. 20, 1893.
Kitinvv, Oct. 2(1.
811111' James Mukee fioni Kauai
Tiii'it-nvv, Ool. IK.
H M S S Monuwtil, Carey, for Sun Kriiu-ei-co
l-'itmvv, Oct. 20.
sjtinr V (I Hull foi Uihaina, .Maalaea,
Kuna, Kau and Voliano at lu a m
Schr Mary K Foster for Waltuea
Vessola Leaving To-morrow,
(ler lik Paul idenbetc;, Brut, for San Finn-
Ilk Ceylon, Calhoun, for San Kranetsco
From the Colonies, per It M ,S S Mono
wai, Oct lit Mrs R 1, Htoveti-on ami i'ov
Foi Maui and Hawaii, pei stun V G
Hull, Oct 201' Mukainai, A T Atkin-nn, J
K Morgan, H tjtruiiuli, Cupt Ctniiilell, anil
aliout 1 deck.
For San Frunei-eo, per K M ri S Mono
wui, Ort 111 A 8 Hartwell, U V Macfar
lune, J W ltuliertsuu, I. J M.'iguiiv and
-eivunt, Miss A 13 Majjuiie, .Mrs (J I. ltab
cook, Mrs 1J C Oahoon, Mrs l)r Wood am!
child, Mrs 11 liuiluy, and 15 in transit.
The -teanier Kinau will lie due fiom
Maui and Hawaii to-ttioriuvv morning
The British bark County of Merioneth
will finish unloading her ear.o of coal
this evening. She is expected to tail -ome
time next week for Astoria.
The hark Ceylon will tail for San Fran
cisco Mime time to-morrow if tho cargo of
sugar expected by the steamer .lame-.
Makee is taken in in goad time.
The urwegiun ship Ueaeonstielil ii
moored at the O. It. t I.. C'o.'s wlmif this
morning. The unloading of her coal will
not take long to finish, considering the
facilities provided at that landing for the
The steamer W. G. Hall left for Maui
and Hawaii at 10 o'clock this mnining.
Who towed the -ohooiier Mary 13. Ko-tei
out to sea, the boat that passed the tow
line causing delay by being awkwardly
Cant. Camtibell. tiie itenial sutierintun-
dentof the I. I. S. N. Co.'s vessels, left by
the W.U.Hall this morning for a -hort
trip to I.ahaina in ordct to judge person
ally the action of the vessel after her le
ceut overhauling. He will return by the
Kluuti which is due here to-inortow tiioi u
ing. The it. M. S. S. Monnwai, C'atey, cuni
maniler, arrived from the Colonies at 5
o'clock last evening. Following is the
memo, of her voyage: Left Sydney at 4 ii.
m. on the 2d inst., and arrived at Auck
land 9 a. in. on the 7th. Left again at t p.
m. same day, after taking in mail- and
pa-sengcrs, and ai rived at Samoa at 11:10
p. in. on the 11th. Left Samoa at 4 a.m.
ou the 12th and ariived at Honolulu 5 p.
in. on the Huh. From H.vtlne to Auck
land experienced strong easterly winds,
the Venminderof tho passage being favored
by fine weather with light variable wind-.
She brought two caliin p.is-engers forthi
port. At il o'clock last evening she left
again for San Francisco, taking about lUuo
bundle- of bananas, 100 bags awa root, 321
lull-gieen liides, 2.5 ca-es pineapple- and
Ml pkgs sundries.
lotion and 7(!:t papor.s hy the S. S.
.uonovvai lor tlt( uonst yo.-ueruay
Prof, and Madame Stoou, tho
lnindrondors, who worn heio sonic
tiino ago, loft Sydney on Oct. 2d
O. V. Macfarlano Ai Co.'s ollico
has boon roinovod to tho old Cham
ber of Counnnrco room in tho
L'ur.sor.l. Ness Ivoith, of tho S. S.
Mouovvai, stayed in Sytinoy through
illness this trip. Mr. V. lAstiwick
coming in that capacity.
If Mr. J. Huntlv is in Honolulu
and will call on C. S. Bradford at
tho Arlington Hotol, ho will learn
something to his advantage.
.Mr. L,. .1. Liovoy will soil at auc
tion on Wednesday, Nov. 15, a house
and lot situated at tho corner of
Motcalf and Hocky Hill shoots .Ma
Tho champion six-oared crow and
.several members of tho Myrtle Boat
Club wore banqueted by Mr. S.
Louisfeou at his residence, Waikiki.
Co. A, of tho P. G. army, will give
a dauco in the drill shod on Monday
evening. Preparations for a glorious
time are iu progress. Invitations
have been issued and a 'largo attend
ance is anticipated.
Five boats from tho I'. S. S. Phil
adelphia had (It ill iu tho harbor this
morning. Several .shots wore fired
from a cannon stationed on the bow
of a big launch when the boats vvoto
makai side ol tno lighthouse.
Ethel, tho infant daughter of Mi.
and Mrs. John Cassidy, died this
morniug. She was two yoais old
last May. The funeral will take
place at 10 o'clock to-morrow. Con
oral sympathy will be fell for the
Admiral Skenett has receied or
ders to report at San Franc i&co, and
ho will leave on Nov. 0th on the S.
S. China. Ou arrival at San Fran
cisco tho Admiral's (lag will bo rais
ed on tho U. S. S. Boston. Mis.
Skorrott aud family will leave ou a
Marshal Hitchcock has issued two
now regulations, ouo of which gives
Captafu Parker full charge of the
drill oxorei-es of tho police. The
other is to tho effect that no bonds
are to bo accepted for a prisoner un
less approved iu writing by the
Marshal, his deputy or tho senior
Reasons for the Exculpation of Captain
sifltanoe rendered by His Excellency
the Minister of Interior, the Super
intendent of Public, Works, ami tin
moans at their disposal, for the pre
vention of further damage to the
Miowora and the furtherance of
every ofTort to heave her oil".
Dated at Honolulu this 20th dav
of October, MW.
James Hay Woukikum:.
H. H. M.'s Minister Resident and
I'rrsitlrnt of .Ynti ('
In view of tho rocont disaster and
tho causes thereof, and in consilium
tion of tho probability of increased
use of the Harbor of Honolulu b
largo steamships and tho increasing
i use of electric ligiits on tiie streets
of tho city, the Court beg- to oiler
I tho following suggestions to the J la
That a light bo established at Dia
nmlingiitnli.idei of a muni court, held at lmond Head which should show a
me iiriirm on-uiaie ucncrai, in no- i titrill to mo wrsi oi inu iiiiriior eu-
.i .,. . .. .,. ..1. . i ,fi.i. . -
lip p m
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
noliilu ou the Hth. 17th. 18th and lfltli
dnjsof October, lo investigate the eii-cuinstance-
attending the stranding of
the llritl-h -tciiui-hiji Miowera of the
Port of London, otlicia! nuinlier 101,035,
oil tho l'oil of Honolulu, on the Island
of Oaliu, one of the Hawaiian Islands,
hen on a voyage from Sydney, N. S.
, to Vancouver, It. C, and the cause
of sticli stranding, and to enlilrr into
the conduct of tiie Master, cei tilieated
iW mate, second mate, thiul mate,
mid fouith mate, and crew of the -aid
COREA ALL SAME SIAM.
JOE FEBBEIBA AGAIN.
He Keeps TJp His Wonderful Becord
of Stopping Bunaways.
A horse attached to a dray belong
ing to Theo. H. Davios As Co. ran
away from the wharf this morniug.
When opposite Hopper's rico mill
on Fort street a bystander stuck' out
u long stout piece of timber for tho
purpose of obstructing his progress,
but it was of no avail, as the horse
dashed right into it and broke the
stick. Tho horao continued its
course aud turned into Queen street
towards the direction of tho Fish
market, when Joe Forreira, tho dar
ing stopper of runaways, who was
standing by, darted out like a streak
of lightning aud jumped on the
dray, suddouly arresting its pro
gress. Joe sustained some injuries
on his right knee when jumping on
the dray. A large crowd of people
witnessed Joe's daring performance.
The P. G. baud, Prof. Uorger,
leader, will play at Makoo Island
this evening at 7:.'K) o'clock. Fol
lowing is tho program:
Van'couvek, B. C, Sept. 2ii. Hy
the Empress of India, M. Oi.shi, u
Japanese Minister to Corea, arrived.
Oishi arranged a settlement of the
Japaneso-Coroan dilliculty, but
thinks Corea will prove a scene sim
ilar to the tumble in Siam in the
near future, as though nominally in
dependent, t ho big neighboring pow -ers
are all ready to soie tho coun
try at an opportune moment. Oi-hi
says China and Hussia appear friend
ly, but slightly jealous. The Sibe
rian railway is being constructed
along tho boundary of Manchuria
and Mongolia, Kus-ia'-. intention
being to secure trade iu those pro
vinces. He says Jtussia is strength
ening her fortifications at Vladivo-i-
tocit and increasing both garrison
and tho Pacific squadron. The Jap
anese Government will appoint a
commission to inquire into the silver
A Passenger and His Duties.
A drunken native passenger by
the steamer W. G. Hall amused by
standers by his antics just before
the sailing of that vessel this
morning. Ho had gone aboard be
fore ho was aware that his dog was
missing, anil started back to search
for him, staggering as ho went down
the gangway. It. was not long be-
That the Court having heard and
carefully considered the evidence
given before it, is unanimously of
opinion that no blame is to be at
tached to tho master for tho strand
ing of tho S. S. Miowora, and there
fore returns to him his Master's cer
tificate. The Court is of opinion from tho
evidence laid befoio it, that the
stranding of tho S. S. Miowora on
tho night of October 2, ISM, was
First- To the indistinct appear
ance of the land, tho bearing taken
by Captain Stott supposing it to be
Diamond Head was ically tho high
land to the Head which was itself
ob-cured. and that this led the
Captain to stand on until really
ti caret to I he out ranee than ho sup-po.-od.
Secondly That Captain Stott
having got the Green light well
open to the East of the Hod was us
ing a small starboard holm to bring
them nearly together, as by sailing
directions when the sudden disap
peaiauce of the Green light depriv
ed him uf his leading mark, and
w Idle so deprived of the Green light
he must have crossed the line of
bearing autl got too far to tho West
aud stranded on tho west side of the
hai bor cntiance about -15 feet from
the outside buoy on tho west side,
w Idle endeavoring with a port helm
to turn tho ship's head to sea east
ward. With regard to the disap
pearance of tho Green light, the evi
dence of Captains Smyth, Davie.-,
Soren-on, and Campbell, all men of
great experience as Masters of
steamer- running in and out of Ho
nolulu at all hours of the night as
well a- by da-, proves indisputably
that the Gieen light is froqueutty
obscuied by masts and spars, or eveu
; tho funnel of a vessel or vessels ty
ing at the Kinau or Likeliko wharves
(see plan No 2 ). On the 2d of Oct.
last the British barque "County of
Merioneth" was in such a position
that tho Green light, being situated
inshore of the wharf, struck on her
masts or yards, the latter being
squared at the time, in such a man
ner as to proont it from being seou
from a ship having her marks nearly
ou. in tho entrance of tho passage.
The coutentiou of the Harbor
Mastor that the green light was not
obscuied until the ship was already
too far to tho we.-t, is not in accord
with the weight of evidence, but
were il slt it detracts very seriously
from the alue of the light if it be
liable to become invisible without
winning to a ship a few feet only to
the wo-l of the channel.
By the evidence of tho Pilot, the
Miowora was well to tho eastward of
the entrance when ho first saw her
starboard sidelight and masthead
light, soon afterwards -he was head
on to his boat with a port helm.
That the green light was obscured
by Mime intervening object is plainly
pioved by the ovidouco of the Pilot,
and the chief aud the thiid ollicers
of tho ship, who state while it was
invisible from the bridge it was
plainly visible from the deck under
t he btidge, ;is was discovered after
That tho light on Bather's Point
bo replaced with one sufficiently
powerful to cut tho Diamond Head
light off tho entrance.
That the loading lights for enter
ing the harbor bo made more power
ful and raised sufficiently to clear
intervening obstacles ami as far as
practicable escape the influence of
the strcot lights.
That the Port Phvsician and tho
Pilot be entirely independent of one
another as to means of boaiding
That the Pilot bo relieved from
the duty of lighting the buoys.
That distinct instructions as to
every' branch of their duty be sup
plied to tho Pilots.
That the Pilot signal of a ship in
tho oiling bo immediately answered
from a Pilot station ou shore.
And that one Pilot bo always on
duty ready to go out to moot any
ship outside signalling, and that a
propor Pilot station be established
on the harbor from whore tho Pilot
on duty can sco tho wholo harbor
entrauco and the oiling from Dia
mond Head to Barber's Point.
A Boston Boy's Eyosight
Sav-jd -Perhaps Kis Llfo
By Hood's Surmi)iiitlln Illouil l'ol
BOtiril liy CunUer.
Head tho fullov Ins frnm n praieftil mothcri
" My llttlo boy li.xil Si nrlit IVm r w hen 4 ears
old, and Ittefllilm mj weak and with blood
polnotird llli cmiUrr. Itll ojrs hecaQlO
so hill.uncd tli.it hi 1 mllcilngs w ere Intense, aud
foripten weeks ho
Could Not Opon His Eyos.
I took him twice during that tltuo to tho Kjo
and l.,ir Infirmary mi Charles street, but their
remedies failed toilo lihn tho faintest shadow
of good. I commenced giving him Hood's
Sarsaparllla and It soon rured him. 1 have
never doubted tint It irl bin ihi, even
if not hi wrj- life. You may U'so tins tes
timonial in any way ou elinusu. lamulwujs
ready to sound tho"pi".do of
because of tho wonderful good It did my son."
Amur. 1". lli.M'KMA.s, ::sh8 Washington St.,
nnitt.n, Mass. Oct IIOOD'3.
rsao Tnort Slraet, Honolulu.
White and Brown Cotton Cloth
Lonsdale Cambric, 7 yards for tf 1.00.
Lonsdttlf Cotton, 10 yard for $1.00.
I' rtii t ol t lie Loom, :i yar
Fine (Quality ('of ton. special price, 12 yards
rnhleaclied Cotton, VI vards I
!" IT11 1 1t. .1V
Pine no file let v on. t varus
THE LATE RACE.
Tho Captain of the Hoalani Crow is
Clarence Macfarlano, captain of
the Hoalani crew, was interviewed by
our reporter to-day in reference It)
tho prospects of another race be
tween tho Healanis and Myrtle, as
it had been rumored that a challenge
was issued yesterday. Ho stated
that a challenge had boon issued for
a now race which is now before the '
Myrtles for consideration. Mr. Mac
farlane freely conceded the late
championship contest to thosuporioi
skill of the Myrtles. Ho had no
wish to detract fiom their victory,
but he is by no means satisfied with
the measure of the Hoalani defeat.
He did not scruple to attribute the
bad showing of (he Healanis to the
inferior stroke displayed by Mr.
Jas. Spencer. Ho i quite convinced
that Mr. Spencer's work on race day
did not justify the reputation on
joyed by him as an oarsman.
In his estimate of the stroke's res
pousibility for the discrepancy be
tween time made in practice and
time made and possible to bo made
in tho late championship race, Mr.
Macfarlano claims ho voiced the
sentiment of the remainder of the
While not denying (ho merits of
tho victors, the caption yet insists
that there is no such disparity iu
the respective crows and boats a
shown by the Waterloo rout at the
lato contest. With tho hope of con
vincing tho friends who backed the
Healanis that his crew is capable of
greater achievement under dilTeieut
auspices, ho has substituted a new
stroke and issued a challenge for a
new race. If tho event results as
disastrously as the former race
to the Healanis it will, at least, lift
tno responsibility trom tlioes stroke.
In tho event of acceptance by the
Myrtles, arrangements have been
made with tho O. U. A: I,. Co., foi
the race to take place on Nov. 2."ith.
Captain Macfarlano confos-os him
self .somewhat paralyzed by Mr.
Spencer's Star Latin and in reply
can only quote tho classical refrain.
"Bontini strokus, non est slovvcus."
HOOD'8 PlLLS am hamt inn'to, nml aro pe
tot.t in uuuipokltluu, proportion and appcarauco.
HOIIHON, NKW.MAN A, ( O..
Ajtcnts for Hawaiian l-lands.
ROBERT JLOUIS STEYENSON
VVII.I 'It VI- VN
I'lider the Au-piro- of the Sc oni-u
'I'll I-1 1 r t'l I ii, at
Y. M. C. A. HALL,
On SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Oct. 2M,
for SI .01 1.
Is for $1.00.
The above Prices are for This Week Only.
I O't l.oi K.
foro tho dog was found, and as that I ti, .,,ip grounded. Captain Davios
-lareh Seven hitahian
Oveiture l'oet and IVa-ant
Cornet rolka- 1'iilaen Hugh-i
hidoetlon Bohemian fill I
.Medley American Aira.
ltalliiif Bcoteli I.uimo Jean. . .
WulU New Melodies (h ieitiet)
March High fjchnol ('inlets (lit
animal refused to follow him aboard,
ho forcibly sowed one of the og s
forelegs and dragged him along, at
tho same time loudly yelling, "Come
'ore! come 'oio!" As tho vessel was
moving out he took lois from his
neck and gracefully throw them
down one by one to several dam-els,
in the attitude of ouo making it "big
New Mexico for Statehood.
Senator Faulkner has introduced
a bill providing for the admission of
the Territory of Now Mexico as a
State. The bill provides for a con
stitutional convention, to be hold at
Santa Fe on tho lirst Monday in De
cember, lS'.ll, tho constitution adopt
etl by the convention to bo submit
ted to the people of the Territory
for ratification at an election to be
held on the first Tuc-day after the
first .Monday in March, I.S'.I5, and if
the constitution, as .shown bv tin
of the inter-island ildors steam
ship Clnudiuo testifies that ho lost
sight of the gieen light from the
bridge ol hi.-ship, though he after
wiiids found out that it was at tho
same time visible to a number of his
passengers on deck, and that this
occurred the day before the strand
ing of the Miowora, the County of
Merioneth being thou iu the same
position as on tho following night.
Tliet'ouit wishes to observe that
the Miowera did not, nor should
she have come within tho limited
range Mil mile"; of the Barber's
Point light and that as there is no
light on the eastward or Diamond
Head side of the entrance therein
no po-sibility of getting reliable
beatings if the outline of the laud
be eveu partially hidden.
All the witnesses agiee that the
electric lights of the streets have
theell'ectof inducing or diminish
ing t lie v tsilnlit v of or "killing tlio
Sailor Hurt on the Paul
berg Sioa in Hospital.
Hermau Viole, the sailor who met
with an accident on board the bark
l'aul lsonborg last Monday after
noon, died at tho Queen's Hospital
this forenoon from the result of his
injuries. Jn consequence the en
signs of the barks l'aul lscnberg
and J. C. I'll tiger were placed at
half-mast this afternoon.
ff Ticket- fur -ale at Tim-. Iiitul-ay
.levM'irv Store, Hawaiian New- Co.'- and
T. (1. Thrum's Monk-tore. N"' Ji
$200 REWARD !
nniii: amovk ri:vari wii.i. in:
1 paid tu an.vene Hiving information
leadini! tu the Anest and Conviction of
the ptirtv hi tiartic- guiltv of tho murder
of Dan ifuiiK Hoy (a male Chlm -) at Ho
neae, Kwa, Oaliu," fcaturiiiiv nielit ihellih
hut WOXO KWA1.
I'le-ident Tinted Chine-c Societ.
Honolulu, Oct. is, ism. s.- i.t
IS THE BEST
Uric- ierfeetl -olid iu-idc of tvven'v
I'orms ii diirahle .mil el.i-tio, not .1 brit
Itctain- it- t;'oss longer than nnv other
Ite-ists the actiiin iiMicnl: and .ilUaln
helter than anv other oil.
l'lovvs freely from the lnu-h without run
ning and -pleads well.
With the addition of Litharge, jiclds 11
haul surface, siiit.ihlo tor lluor-, -tepi, etc
.Mie- riiidilv with pigment- ground in
oil 111 p.i-tc foi 111.
Ilring-out the real .-liailes of tin- coloi
aud keeps them unallcrul.
I-a-olvcilt for the most delicate of the
m vv i'o il tar color-.
Added to varni-h greatly improve- the
woi king uf the varni-h.
Doe- not darken white lead or tiny deli
11a- gie.itcr body than anv other oil.
1 Itiquire- one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can he added to lin-ccd oil and it will
gieatlj improve the lin-ied.
Can he thinned with tuipeutiui'.
M actual lc-t-, I111- oitthi-lcil thcli'-t
Then fore, i-.lhc ln-i paint oil ever miin-ufaciureil.
Robinsou Block, Hotol Stroot, onnn. Bethel Stroet.
Furniture, Upholstery i Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTKNSIVK SORTMI-N'T OK
Bedroom Suits, e$OT6sSP
i Etc, Etc., Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO Sr.COND-HASD Oil DAM AMKD CiOODS KKIT ON HAND
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BKLI. TEl.El'lIONK 5' - XV Ml'Tl'AI. TKI.KI'HONK C15.
75 3TOPLT STREET 7,")
HALL TO LET
PHK Mi INI'.UVY II l.l.
ou I oil htu-ct. Po
ion Kiveu November I-i
This i.s one of the lir-t mid
most Coiuuiodiou- ilieN in town: nici l
lilted up with Modern Convenience. i;ic
tile l.ighi-.clc. M. M. INKISNY
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
nil? I'll ii n i juuiiuili n pium u u Hi'" n m I - -...-
vote, bo acceptable to tho people of I harboi lied and Green Lights, lu
The Myrtle and Unknown base
ball clubs will play the next game
iu the amateur series at the League
grounds at :i:.'!0 o'clock to-morrow
afternoon. Tho following constitute
the respective teams:
p . . Mel 'uril.-luii
1 Ii Kipa
'J h K. I'eler
.1 h . Kapu
. i h .Inn, Hltivens
r f . . W. ilerrlek
. u f ...I. Ktiliilhi
I ( . ..,11. Crane
tho Territory, the President is to be
notified of tho lesult and required
to ibstte a proidamatiou for the ad
mission of tho State, The bill makes
a liberal allowance of lauds for pub
lic schools autl State building-.
Mr. Stevoueon's Talk.
By tho way the tickets have begun
to sell for Mr. Uobert Louis Steven
son's talk at V. M. ('. A. hall at I
p. in, to-morrow, thorn is certain to ' mid
be a good attendance in spite of the
necessarily short notice.
M. Goldberg ha" just icceived by i
the steamer Australia a sample line
of Couth aud Ladies' Shoos, aud not
being in tho shoo business ho litis no i
tlosiro to keep tlinin iu stock. They
will bo sold by tho pair or iu lots to
suit the buyer AT COST. Come
aud look at them.
fact that these harboi lights when
ever the electric lights aro iu opera
tion do not show over more than a
fraction of the range attributed to
them, and thus we have the very re
markable fact that while the glare
of tho elect tic lights of the town is
recognizable at a distance of thirly
livo miles, the guiding lights of the
harbor are visible only (i or 7 miles
for tho lied, and about 1 for the
Green. The .Miowera ran for I hour
17 minutes, making IK knots,
afler sighting tho glare of the lights
of the I own before raising the lied
The Coiut is nlso.of opinion that
had the Pilot been half a mile, or
oven lcs, outside the entianco, ho
might Imve biought the ship iu iu
The Court before sopaiatiug do
. sites to put upon record its amire
I ciatioii of the kind and valuable as-
AVINl. ui:.mot.i OlMt OI'HCi:
to No. Hi I'ort tstieet (up-tair- of
(iiihleti Hull) lliirniiri, we uic ready to re
ceive orili'ih for .liip.Ulc-c Coal nlid (ieneial
K. uiit'ltA A co
(inner. il Coinuiiri-iou Agents.
.Mutiial'lel, liTII. I'. . Iln a IU.
Honolulu, (lei in, lh.Yi, -.71 Uv
Direction for Use.
UrC Lt I Ol, 111 CVeiy li'.-pcct III the
-.line iiiiiiidcl us you wiiiilil lin-ecd
ml, vviih the -mgle cM-cpiinn ih.ii you
may ,nlil fully nuc-ipmrlci iiuue Li
cm. In tiie r-.ltlie qii.tnlilv of pigini ill
lllllll Villi VVIUlllI of llll-CI l
In u-liin liii'l.iUtc Veiicll.in id, lie
ocbii-, anil other ill pmiiu'iii.-, it if
inlvt-iible tu mix lip the p.iltit nl le.l-l
iiiic dny In hue it I- In lie iim il, then
mill u Ihi'il nunc Lrcoi. mid ihepaiui
will he fiuinil In covi'i vv. 11 nml h.ive
a j.'iiimI gin--.
m:m-: 1 1 i'mK .iai',ns.
WllelO lllllll MIlflM'Ci. such n limn.-,
hleph, cic , UIC icipilieil Use litll UKi'
only, novci im- .lupnii-.
Ll'rtil. .MIXI'.S WITH VAIt-NI-.UK.
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
motici: is nr.nicitY
1 kIvcii that tiie follow
iui; de-cribed Animal will
he nolil at I'liblin Auction,
on SATURDAY. Nov. I,
Ih'H, at lirnlocl. noon, at thniinvcruiueut
I Korrel Horse with white unoi .hi fori
head, both hind htt- white branded ,'
on rijtht hind hip
gMf Owner of the above Animal niii-t
Mind in his claim wilhili IU dit), other
wise It will he Mild on the dale above
I luiucd. JIM KUKO.NW,
1 Honolulu, Out. in, 1WJ. W-'t
.mil ,i-,-i-l- then vvnil.iiig ami mi
plnvos then Hppi .ll.UKi HI I IIIIA
siiofi.n in: usiin svmi nvv iiu.i vm.
mim:ii, ntln ivv im tin j;iiui 1 1 lie v.o
tiihh inny In pici ipit.ilcil or tin iii'ia
The .iilcltl i ii of fn'iii t" of I.i
oi. lo vu i ii i -In s (Ii e nut i ml 1 1' i tin n
lu lie tun ii liinl tin ii Ii ixli iiiiik mil
ill iiijj anil il in vents lln II i i." kill".
- A I 'IIIK KAMOCb KTOUK OK -
IB. IF1- BHLBRS &c GO.
SOS & S 1 1 FORT STR.E3H3T.
Canton "Wasn Fabrics !
A hiind-ome Cotton 1 abre- New S' . Ii - tin- -e.ii.on the cllei ts are fac-Miuile- of Chum
silk- to -iM- tin-in nicaii- to appreciate them.
hilk tini-h ju-t out real 1-icni h de-ins re Hie luii-st and the craze of the rea-ou.
Cashmere Sublimes SO Cents Yard I
One of the baiid-ouiesi 'a-i Materials thin k-.-vboii entirely new aud
for the price li.is no cipuil
Wliite Lawns a.iacd. IDimity I
In 1'liilti. Mripcil and I becked iu ureal variety
C5T" DrosRiuaking Under tho Managomont oi MRS. RENNBR. J3
Royal Insurance Company
"The Lara-egt in the World."
, 11. IHW IN d' CO.. Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands j
Il il I
I 'ire risks on all Undsol Iiiuuriuu'e I'mpirlv taken at Current Itl-Us Ii)
l((nt (or Hi)1 Hwtlftl) UUlldk.