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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FltOM AND AFTER JUNK 1. 18S)3.
To Kwa Mill.
B. II. A. D.
AM p u 1 M I M
Leave Honolulu 8:45 1:45 4:35 6:10
Leave Peail Ulty I):30 2:30 5:10 5:50
Arrive Kwn Mill 0:57 2:57 5:3(1 U:!22
O. B. B. A.
A M AM PM PM
Leave Kwn Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43 5:42
Leave I'oarl Otty 0:55 11:15 4:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu 7:S0 11:55 4:55 0:45
A. Saturdays only.
0. Sundays excepted.
1). Saturdays axcopted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, OCT. 21, 1893.
Friday, Oct. 20.
Stmr Waialealo from Walanno
Satukiiay, Oct. 21.
Hawn bk U P Uithet, Morrison. 17 day
from San Franclttco
Stmr Klnau from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Knata from Waianae
Stmr Mokolll from Molokai
Htmr Jamo? Makee from Kauai
Schr Mahimalii from Waialna
Saturday, Oct. 21.
Ger bk Paul Isenberg, Bret, for San Fran
cisco Bk Ceylon, Calhoun, for San Francisco
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmt Mokolll for Kaunakakai, Kamalo,
Pukoo, Halawa, Wailau, Polekunu,
Kalaupapa, Lahalna, Olowaiu and
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Kaala 222 bags rice, 24 bags bran.
Surar Waialealo 312 bags paddy, D3 bags
rice and 20 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Mokolii 8 calve-, 50 sheep, 2 horses,
10 hog-j, 102 hides and 10 bags dried
Stmr Kinau 13 bales wool, 110 bags bones,
0 bdls hides, 13 pigs, SB bugs potatoes,
287 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Jas Makee 2012 bags sugar, 210 bags
rice, 1 tank molasses, Oji tons scrap
iron and 20 pkgs sundries.
' From Walmea, per stmr Walalcule, Oct
'20 J Morse, and 4 on deck.
From Kauai, per stmr James Makee, Oct
21 W E Howell, Anim, Ahoy, and 10 on
From Maui, Lanai and Molokai, per stmr
Mokolii, Oct 21 F H Hayselden, P. C I.
Perkins, and 8 deck.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Oct 21 Mrs Watson and 3 children, Ame
lia Victor, Fumya, T Nakayama, it lvers,
W G-Walker, J H Thomas, wife and 3
children, A Koback, Mrs W Foster, Mrs O
P Iaukea and daughter, Geo Koch, Dr W
L Moore and wife, Mrs E C Damon and 2
children, Mrs C F Phelps, C J Falk, H
Gorman, Mrs Rockford and child, J Cun
ningham, Capt J Campbell, and 78 deck.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Firo Police oxpoet to hnvo n
dividend noxt month.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Wonthor,
hazy; wiiid, light sotithoast.
Tho P. G. band will play at Ennna
Square this afternoon as usual,
Tho polico had drill on Palaeo
Square at 5 o'clock this morning.
A notico appears in this issue
from the ngonts of tho S. S. Mio
wora, August Horring has paiutod seve
ral very pretty landscapes in sparo
timo during his incarceration in tho
A half-brother and sister aro im
plicated in a criminal suit which
will bo hoard iu the District Court
on Tuesday uoxt.
Harry PutthuiT, tho man who ac
cused Carlson of having shot him
on Thursday, is all right again after
his sensational spree.
Deputy-Marshal Brown has made
certain alterations in the formation
of Police records, whoroby much
labor and time is saved.
Tho throe vouuBrsters who wore
arrostod tho other day for truancy
wore reprimanded and discharged
by Judge Robertson yesterday.
A Chinese prisoner was brought
from Waianae this morning. At
the Police station he was charged
with having opium in possession.
Tho men of the U. S. S. Philadel
phia will observe Thanksgiving day,
Nov. 30, by having boat races in the
harbor and a general good time on
Mr. Mills, tho new United States
Cousul-General, took charge of the
Consulate to-day, and at noon was a
busy man. His exequatur was re
The Kawaiahao Church stonewall
bordering on Punchbowl and Queen
streets has been pulled down. A
now picket fence, it is understood,
will be put up in its place.
J. J. Carvalho aud others, defend
ants, bj' their attorney, C. Creigh
tou, have filed exceptions to Judge
Whiting's decision against them at
the snit of F. Brown, plaintiff.
Tho proper name of the younir
sailor who mot with the accident on
board the German bark Paul Isen
berg, which resulted in his death at
the Queen's Hospital, is William
Heitmaun. He was a native of Bre
men. Three Chinese caused the arrest
of two native informers, Hosea aud
Hulupii, the other day for extortion
of $29. The informers appeared iu
the District Court this morning for
trial. They waived examination and
wore committed for trial to tho Cir
The proprietor of tho Japanoso
Bazaar in the Robinson block, Hotel
street, has determined to sell oil his
onliro otock of linmlpotno and artis
tic Japanese goods before the DOtb.
November. In order to effect a
clearance, big bargains will be offer
ed the public. Call iu and see.
Rolling to the Volcano.
Room for One Carriage on Un
finished Section of Road.
Large Parly from llilo Going to the
Crater on Wheels.
The Volcano Road has boon in
course of construction over four
Vessels in Fort.
Barker, from Callao,
from a cruise
Lewers, from Port Gam-
Your health is considered in the
Hawaiian Hardware Saturday even
ing talk. Your estate silso receives
consideration in suggestions of pro
tection against trespassing animals.
Your homes get a hint as to keeping
the dust aud mud off people's feet
outside, also in regard to the proper
keep of feathered guests. Your
plantations will be all broken up,
but the way you want done, by heed
ing what is said of the Hendry
years, and will not be complotod in
less than nine mouths more unless
more men are put on. Wo have
boon quite impatient at the protract
ed delay. Now, our fellow towns
man, Mr. J.'R. Wilson of tho Vol
cano stables, conceived tho idea of
constructing a track sufficiently
wide for a carriage, so that passen
gers may be takon through without
any moro riding ou horseback, which
many persons disliko. Twenty-four
and a half miles have been complet
ed, leaving about six miles more to
complete tho distance to the Vol
cano House. The amount promised
by tho Government is not available
at present. Hilo residents have con
tributed, but more money will be
needed, aud it is hoped residents of
other islands will assist, so that in a
very short time tho makeshift road
will be iu such a shape that car
riages can go through and pass each
other. In the meantime the regular
road will bo in process of, construc
tion. Of course tho temporary road
will be made as good as money con
tributed will make it. Carriages
will have to go moderately slow over
it. But it will be better than horse
A partv of 20 ladies aud gentle
men go to the Volcano to-morrow,
Oct. 20, iu six carriages, in charge of
the genial manager of the Volcano
Stables, Mr. J. R. Wilson. The fol
lowing compose the party and intend
to have a splendid time (weather
Geo. Deacon, .1. P. Silva, J. Stup-
plebeen, Mrs. W. Hardy, J. A. Mar
tin, Mr. C. E. Richardson, Mr. C. C.
Kennedy, Mr. aud Mrs. Richards,
Sheriff Williams, wife and friend.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Austin, Mr. and
Mrs. Severance, Mr. aud Mrs. J. R.
Honolulu residents who wish to
go can come up now, but we would
advise them to bring lots of money
to aid in making this temporary
road as good as possible until a more
substantial one can be built, which
we will have to wait patiently for.
Two wagons cannot pass each other
on this temporary road, but as I
have said before, it will be better
than riding the six miles on horse
back. After Nov. 1 a stage will leave
Hilo every other day for the Volca
J. A. M.
Hilo, Oct. 19.
NEW ELEOXniO WORKS.
Progress Toward Completion of tho
Tho work of erecting tho now elec
tric light building aud machinery '
for tho Hawaiian Electric Co., L'd,
is being vigorously carried forward.
A visit to tho works this morning I
rovoalod the immensity of tho labor '
and tho preparations that aro being I
made for its completion. Mr. Irish
man was attending to tho laying of
stono foundations for the engines i
and dynamos, which iu the hands of '
such a master mochanic will bo ren
dered very solid aud durable. t !
Three engines capablo of running I
six dynamos that will furnish powor
to light 4500 lamps will bo erected,
and nothing but the most approved I
machinery will bo tiBed. The boiler I
was resting on its foundation, the '
brick work of which was being I
rapidly put up by the Honolulu
Iron Works. Oil the exterior of the '
building, Waikiki sido, sections of a
Mr: O. Ji. Card
Made Over Anew
Chronic Hoadacho Curod-Woak
hi, ..moWnoU wore lvinir on the uunS olron " ""'"
irround. the nieces of which were '' For yearn I hart sick uca-liiclieset cry day, and
. 7 -'. . ... -- .
riveted toKothor at the nonoiuiu
I aholi.ul ri'ry lrcnk lulls". Since I have
been taklnit UooiVt Sariararllla, I have
boon entirely enrtd uf heartache, and my
lung aro strong ami well. Mentis often say
How Well You'ro Looking.
1 tell llicm It h duo to Hood's Sariaparllta. I
am small In stature never weighed oyer
Iron Works. Tho smokestack when
completed will bo tho" largest work
of its kind in tho country, its height
lowering over 100 feet and measur
ing 6 feet in diamoter. Tho work is
being carried ou uiuior ine super- ioo poimrts beforo taking llooiVs Satsana-
vision of Mr. W. I. Warrinor, tho rllla. ami at tbo time I began taking It I had
company's electrician, aud it is ox- run down to so pnuinU, but now I weigh
pected will bo completed by the end ni".i. My friends tlioii-jht i would bo dead
of the vear. lon3 n6 but I am peifcctly well. I ain
- m m m I .uuable to express my llunki for tho good
has dono me." Mns. C. 1). L'aiui, 121C Adeline
Street. Oakland, California.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
N. S. SACHS'
5BO Fort street, Honolulu,
White and Brown Cotton Cloth
THE PUBLIC DEBT.
Statement Laid Before Councils
Below is the statement of tho
public debt read by Minister Damon
at last mooting of Councils, but of
which a copy could not be procured
for insertion in the report published
that day in this paper:
On January 17th, 1893.
Outstanding bonds $i,100,'JOO oo
Duo depositors by Potal Sav
ings bank 75,4(U i:t
Treasury notes 57,000 00
P. M. G. notes 140,000 00
Due current revenue from loan
fund 123,812 J4
On October 10th, 18'.
Outstanding bonds $2,(551,200 ihi
Due derositors bv Postal Sav
ings bank, $510,113.79; less
cash on hand, $2(1,01X3.40. . 514,077 30
Treasury notes 40,000 no i Dries
P. M. G. notes 18!),000 00 I hours.
uue current revenue trom loan i
fund 4,570 7S
HooM't P!H? euro all I.Uor UN, lllllous
r.nsi, .lanuill -. ltidhjestl'i't, 1 '. Headache.
HOBRON, KEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
IS THE BEST
perfectly solid inside of twenty
Lonsdale Cambric, 7 yards for .$1.00.
Lonsdale Cotton, 10 yurds for 1.00.
Fruit of the Loom, 9 yards for $1.00.
Fine Quality Cotton, special price, 12 yards for $1.00.
Fine Unbleached Cotton, VI yards for $1.00.
Fine Unbleached Cotton, 20 yards for
The above Prices are for This Week Only.
. .$ 3,374 s0
U S S Philadelphia,
US8 Adams. Kelson
B S Mioworu, ijtott, from Sydney
llr schr Norma, Macqnarrie, from
Am schr ltobert
Am bktne S N Castle, Hnbbard, from
Am schr Transit, Jorgonsen, from
Am schr Eva, Klitgaard, from Humboldt
Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Kran-
Hawn bk It P Ritliet, Morrison, from San
Br ship County of Merioneth, Parrv, from
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from San
Nor ship Beaconsneld, Bastianson, from
Newcastle, N 8 W
Gr bk J C Pfluger, Wolters, from Bremen
CRITICS OF THE COURT.
Parry Does Not
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Miike Mara, Thompson, from Yoko
hama, due Oct 22
S S Mariposa, Hoyward, from San Fran
cisco, due Oct 2(1
S S China, Ward, from Hongkong aud
Yokohama, due Nov 0
S S Warrimoo, from the Colonies, due
Am bgt J D Bpreckels, from S F for ICnliu
lui, due Aug 2(J
Am bk Harvester, from B F Hilo, dne Aug
Am bk Martha Davis, from Boston, dne
Br ship Yillatta, from Liverpool, due Jan
Ucr bk Nautilus from Liverpool, duo Deu
Ger bk Marie Hackfeld, from Liverpool,
due Feb 1, '1)4
Vnoht Tolna, Wichman, from Ban Fran
cisco, duo Oct 25
Am schr Allen A, from tiureka, due Oct 1
The bktne S. N, Castle came oil' the Ma
rine Hallway this morning.
The German bark J. C. Pfluger will lin
isli discharging on Tuesday next.
The bark II. P. Hlthet from Sun Fran
'cisco was 15 miles northeast at 2:25 p. in.
Tho bark John U. North was to leave
.Mahukona for San Francisco last VYcdnes
,duy with a load of sugar.
Arrived at Hilo Oct. 13. bark Harvester,
Capt. Johnson, 13 days from San Francisco
with a large cargo of general merchandise.
The American bark Ceylon, Capt. Cal
houn, left for San Francisco at 1 :M this
afternoon. She took a cargo of 550 torn,
The German hark Paul Isenberg, (.'apt.
Dret, sailed for San Francisco at 10 o'clock
this morning, She took as fruiicht 000 tons
uf coal which camo by hor iu transit.
WILLIAMB-At Pliaualu, Haiuakua, Isl
am) of Hawaii, October 14, 1H1J3. Har
riet Luuklu, wife of Charles Williams,
aged 35 years,
'WItlGHT-At I'auoa valley, October 19,
lB'JJ, at 6 p. m., h'liun Kauloluau
Wright, Jr., youngest sou of Kllan K,
Captain Parry of the bark County
of Merioneth, who was a member of
tho naval court formed to investi
gate the stranding of tho S. S. Mio
wera, was very much tickled over
the insinuations of the Star yester
day evening. Iu conversation with
a Bulletin reporter Captain Parry
stated: "If the Provisional Govern
ment is so presumptuous as to inter
fere in an inquiry into the stranding
of a foreign vessel, it is about time
it was swept away."
"It seeinB strange to me," con
tinued Captain Parry, "that the peo
ple of Honolulu should be so mucu
concerned in the decision of tho
naval inquiry, aud that it should
cause so much contemptible insinu
ations as seen in the papers. If peo
ple could see tho evidence iu print,
their minds would be cleared of
all doubt as to Captain Stott's ex
oneration. From the evidence given
to us by the different witnesses, who
iuolude a number of the commanders
of island steamers, it would bo rank
injustice to lay tho blame ou Cap
taiu Stott. The evidence will lie
transferred to Loudon to bo further
aired by tho board of trade, and it is
without doubt, ou tho evidence thus
transmitted that tho board will come
to tho same decision as wo have."
HOOK & LADDER. CO.
Small Dividend Made of the Funds
and Another Fromisod.
Tho Hook & Ladder Co. of tho
defunct firo department hold a post
poned mooting at the Boll Tower
5'osterday evening. After prelimi
nary discussion and routino businoss.
the finance committee announced
that there would be a dividend.
Consequent upon the declaration
tho hearts of tho ox-fire laddies were
made glad and many were too
anxious to get their little "divy."
Tho committee reported tho result
of their calculations and staled that
each member was entitled in the
present division of funds to 1.00
each. On the recommendation of a
member that tho money be made
oven, as change was scarce, ouch was
awarded $1.71), In a week or so an
other dividend will be declared, as
over $200 belonging to the company
awaits withdrawal at the I'tmtul
Savings Bunk. Tho "hooks" are in
their glory to-duy,
st. anduew's cathedral..
Tweuty-first Sunday after Trinity.
Holy communion, G:30 a. in. Ma
tins and sermon at 11 a. m. Ha
waiian evonsong, 3:30 p. in. Even
song and sormon, 7:30 p. m.
Tho services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, will bo as follows: 9:45 a.
m.. moruintr prayer with sermon;
Vonite, chant iu F, To Doum, Hodges
in C, Benedictus, Freemantle in E
flat, Hymns 537 and 801. Anthem
"Lord for thy tender mercies sake,"
b3r Fanant. 0:30 p, in., Evensong
with Sermon; Magnificat, Hayes in
A; Nunc Dimittis.TurleiuG; hymus
257, 284 and 24. Rev. Alexander
Mackintosh, pastor. All are cordi
At 6 and 7 o'clock a.m. Low Masses
as usual. At U o'clock Children's
Mass with English instruction. At
10:30 High Mass with native and
Portuguese instruction. 2 p. m.,
Rosaj-y and Catechism. 1 p. m., iu
winter season (November to Febru
ary), 1:30 p. m., iu Hummer season
(February to November). Bonedic-
tion of the M. B. Sacrament. Week
ly Services -(5 aud 7 a. m., Low
central onion church.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Subject of evening discourse: "The
Preaching ol doiiu tne uapusi.
Young People's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor will meet at (5:30
p. in. All are cordially invited to
Y. M. C. A, HALL.
Sunday, 11 a. m., services in Oahu
Jail; 1:15 p. in., services in Barracks;
3:30 p. m., Bible Study in Y. M. C. A.
oiiiu p. m., uospio rraise oorvico iu
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7:30 p. in.,
prayer meeting at Y. M. C. A. Ser
vices iu Bethel street hall at 7:30.
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
lani Hall, roar of Opera House. Ser
vices will bo hold Sunday iib follows:
10 a. in., Bible class; 11:15 a. m. and
7:30 p. in., preaching, by Elder .J.
seventh mat abventists.
Seventh Day Adventist Church,
comer Punchbowl and Borotauia
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; Hocial mooting af
ter Sabbath school. Biblo reading
every Sunday evening. Everyone
Rohert Louis Stevenson Cannot Ap
pear This Afternoon.
Late yesterday afternoon the lec
ture committee of the Thistle Club
was informed that it would bo im
possible for Mr. Robert Louis Steven
son to deliver his lecture announced
for this (Saturday) afternoon. Mr.
Stevenson, on recovering from his
severe iudisposition of last woek,
rather miscalculated his strength
and overtaxed it by too much activi
ty. Yesterday his physician advised
him that it would be dangerous to
his health to undergo the exertion
of driving into town and delivering
a public address. Buyers of tickets
will receive the prico back on presentation.
Tho Myrtle and Unknown base
ball clubs will play the next game
in the amateur series at the League
grounds at 3:30 o'clock this after
noon. The following constitute the
... . Klpa
. . K. Peter
. Jas. Stevens
. W. Herriik
Chas. Auohi . , c . .
Geo. Wood ... .p....
A. Harris lb
A. Miranda . . .2b
Geo. Clark . ..3 b.. .
L. Miranda s s
M. Hopkins. . . .r f
A. Kintaro.. ...c f
('has. Hopkins If
Tho P. G. baud, Prof. Berger,
leader, will play at Emma Square
this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the program:
March King John ....
Overture Enchantment ..
Waltz Danube Waves
Medley Popular Airs . .
Lancers Poomalkalani. .
. . . . Claudcr
Forms a durable anil elastic, not a brit
Hetains its gloss longer than any other
Resists the action of acids and alkalies
bettor than any other oil.,-
Flows freely fiom the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With tho addition of Litharue, yields a
hard surface, suitable for Hoors, steps, elc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground In
oil in paste form.
Brings out the real shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly improves the
working of the varnish.
Does not darken while lead or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Itequires omvthird less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and it will
greatly improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
Hy actual tests, has otitlatted thu best
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever iiian-ufautured.
Direction for Use.
Use LUCOL in every rtvpoot in tlic
siimu inuiiiier as you would liiihueil
oil, with tins Hiiijde exception that you
may add fully one-quarter more Lu
coi, to the nunc quantity of pigment
limn you would of litiecuil.
In using metallic Venetian red, tin
oclues, and other dry piiuent, it ic
advisable to mix up the p.-nit at leat-t
one day before it is to lie tiM'd, then
add a thud mure Lucoi, .mil the paint
will he found lo cover well and have
a good gloss.
NKV'HIt USE .IAPAN.S.
Where hard surfaces bitch as lluerc,
steps, etc., arc u-quired use lilh.irge
only, never use .lupuns.
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN KXTKNRIVE AHSOKTMKNT OF
Etc, Etc, Etc
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OU DAMAQKD GOODS K.RPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
BELL TELEPHONE 525. -1 gm MUTDAL TELEPHONE 45.
LUH)I, mixes with
THE CAPTAIN OU THE AGENTS OF
the BtoaniHliIp Mlonera will not be
responsible for debts contracted by any
member of the rrcw, nor for any Koodn,
material or labor of whatevet nature, sup
plied without the written authorization of
THKO. H. DAV1KB .v. CO.,
Agents Hteuinship Mlouera.
Honolulu, Oct. -J, 18l. bill-3t
anil iiHhistr- their working and im
proves their iipticnr.incc hut thkv
KHOIU.I) UK UrtBIl HAMK DAY THKV AUK
MIXKD, otlutrwiho the gum of tho var
uibh may he precipitated or the mix
tin e curdled.
The addition of from to of Lu
coi, to varnibhch doen not reduce their
lu-tre nor retard their hardeuinc, and
drying aud it prevents their cracking.
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
"KOIIINSON" II LOOK,"
Oppo. Bethel St.
IN OKIIKIt TO Krl'K'T A
Total .'.Clearance I
Bolnre November 30, 1803,
THE ENTIItE BTOCK OK -
Handsome and Artistic Goods
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
AT THE FAMOUS BTOKK OK-
Mil: A1IOVE HKWAHI)
paid to anyone t;iviiin
I Y A YOUNH OEItMAN AT KAII.M
J J Iiil' or any kind of work about a place.
ampi ... v k ,",."",-," "'
A.iiiruin "ii, mi" ,,nv.
HIM. UK On'KHKII Al
leading to the Arrest and Conviction of
tne party or imrtint Kiuuy oi me municr
of Dan IluiiK Hoy (a nuilo Uhliuie)at Ho
arae, Kwa, Oahu, HatuMav nU'ht the llth
Iiidt. WO.M1 KWA1.-
Pri'hiilent United Chinese Soelety,
Honolulu, Oct. IS, IMH. Wi (it
IB. :e EHLBRS &g go.
BOS 8c 5 1 1 PORT STR.BJH1T.
Oa,:n.to:n. "WelsIi. FeiTorios !
A hiiiiiisoine Cotton Fabric; New Styles this season, the ellecta are fae-simllen of China
Hllktf; to tte them meauti to appreciate tlioiu.
Bilk finish jimt out, real French designs are the UneHt aud the urae of the seanou.
Oa.slizxi.ere Sublimes SO Cents Yard I
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this beaaou entirely new and
for the price has no equal.
Wlaite Lawns and IDimity I
In 1'laln, 6trled and Cheeked In great variety.
or Dressmaking Under (he Management ol MRS, BBNNEIL
MIF. ANNUAL MKLTINU OF TUT.
WtMMl'.Co. will !' lielil on MON
DAY. October .'JO, lhllXnt 10 . ., at the
olllceof CO. Ilvriter.
f. ii. iii:it(ii:u,
Ml lit HeiTi-tary.
Gome and See for Yourself !
J. M. de SA e SILVA.
Ilawallau Provisional Government Stamps I
I?ULL HKTB HWVAIIAN 1'IIOVIH
1 tonal Government Slump i In nut)
Mill bo ou sale at the Hawaiian Nutvs (.(,'
I Btorc fur this week only, at 7.W per set.
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
Klre rUkt ou all kinds of Insurance fioperty taken at Current Klski by
J. 3. w.a.T-,:eceir.,
AMit fur thh Hawaiian UUlult,