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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, OCT. 21, 1893.
TUI.H1IAY, Oct. 21.
Mr ship County of Murionoth, l'urrv, for
Am Bohr Eva, Jvlltgaard, for MnhuUonu
Stmr Kinau for I.ahalnn, Maalnen, Make-
na, Mahukona, Kawaihnc, Luupuhoe-
hoe, Hakulau, Honoimi, l'ohakunmnu,
Pepeekco, Onomeu, 1'apulkoii ttnd Hilo
at 2 p in
Stmr Cluudlne for Kiilmlul, Keiiiiao, Hann,
Hamoa, Kipahulu, Null, ruuuliau, Ku-
kalan and Ookulu ut 5 p m
Stmr IwalanI for NawiHwlli, Koloa, Elcele,
Mnkawcli.Waimen and Kokahn at 5 pni
Stmr Wniulealo for l.ahnlmi, Kukullmelc
and Honokaa at 1) a m
Stmr Jamas Makeu for Hanamaulii, Kapuu,
Kilauea, Kallhlwai at 5 ii m
Stmr Kaalu for Wuianae, Walalua, Moku
. lela, Krihuku and I'unaluu at !) a in
Kor Wuianac and Waialua, per stmr
Kuala, Out 24 Jan Monte, Jack DowseU, M
D Monsarrat and about 7 others.
ForMolokui, porMtmr Mokolii, Out 23
F H Hayselden, Miss 13 Mover. Mrs C
l.ucas, Mrs H Meyer, Miss B Walker, R C
h Perkins and about 0 on dock.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Oct 24-Miss Hall, Mrs Dr Wight and
daughter, O V Maufarlane, Mr Mors. R
Wiluelm, K Oguin, Win I.ibbey, Jr. L
AS9U, K R Hendry, Mrs Spencer, W n
Walker and about 45 deck.
The tern Kva left fur Miihukouu this
The steamer Kinau sailed for Man! and
Hawaii at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
The steamer O. 11. Bishop, which leaves
for Waianae on Friday next, will take
about .'UX) feet of well-tubing for the Wai
The 4-masted schooner Aloha moored at
the P. M. 8. B. wharf, this morning, where
she has been engaged in unloading !KXXi
sacks of Hour for H. Hackfeld iV Co.
Two old pieces of plank on the stern of
the bakt. S. N. Castle were replaced by new
ones this morning. The Castle will leave
for San Francisco on Thursday next with
u load of sugar.
The timber work on the poop deck and
cabins of the German bark J. C. Pliugor
has been torn down, and other repairs are
in progress. The iron frames for her bill
works are being east at the Honolulu Iron
Mr. Geo. Wond, lately assistant engiueei
on the Mikahala, has been elevated to the
position of chief engineer on tho steamer
Kaala. in place of L. Werner. The last
named gentleman is now chief engineer on
the steamer C. H. Bishop.
The British bark County of Merioneth,
Capt. Parry, was towed out of the harbor
at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon by the steam
er Waialeale. Hho sailed for Astoria in
ballast. Capt. Parry carried with him tho
good wishes of a large number of friends,
including tho shipping representative of
SOLDIER B0Y8 GIVE A TIME.
Dance of Co.
A in Drill Shed Last
The social aud dance by Co. A in
the drill shed last night was a suc
cess in every way. Invitations had
been issued to a large number of tho
company's friends aud many re
sponded, so that by 8:30 o'clock the
capacious hall was pretty well filled.
A preliminary dance commenced
about that time to music furnished
by members of the company. At 9
o'clock Prof. Berger and his string
band arrived and tho whirling was
resumed with animated vigor. There
Avere a number of late arrivals, in
cluding members of the other com
panies of the National Guard. Con
sequent upon the arrival of the
"sojer" boys the hall became crowd
ed, and some of the ladH played
"high jinks." Exhibitions of ballet
dancing to the high kicking "ta-ra-ra-boom-de-ay"
Refreshments consisting of ice
cream and cake were served during
the latter part of the evening. The
hall was nicely decorated for the
occasion, there being a profuse dis
play of Hawaiian and American flags
and evergreous. Altogether Co. A's
dance was a reminder of the Ariou
Club's lively socials. Captain Zieg
ler, Lieutenants' Asch and Smith,
aud Sorgeants Leckur aud Emmo
luth constituted the committee of
The P. G. band, Prof, Berger,
leader, will play at Thomas Square
this evening at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the program:
Overture - Frolicsome Students
Clarionet solo Jtomuntio. .. .
Solo by Mr. Win. Keogh
Piccolo solo Thiough the Air
Solo by Mr. L. Jtamottl.
Euphonium solo Tho Artist .
Holo by Mr. J. (ionic.:.
JteminlHcence.s of Venll
Behottlscho Sweet Sixteen
Bich, Hod Blood
As naturally results from talcing
Hood's Sarsaparilla an personal
eleanliuess results from fiee use of
soap and water. This great puri
fier .thoroughly expels scrofula, salt
rheum and all other impurities and
rilOUUl and all otlinr nmnr im nm
bBu owy or, o 3
Now ia tlio tiwo to laleo it.
Tho liiu'himt Dntino has hunii wnn
bv HoocI'h 1'ilU for thoir onsy, yot
eflltiiuut autlon, Sold by nil tlru
t'ltH. Prl.io 25 uuiiIh;
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Court Catnoos. A. O. P., will moot
at 7:80 this ovoning.
No passengers for tho Volcano by
tho Kinnu this aftornoon.
Diamond Hand, 3 p. in. Wonllior
ooar, wind light northeast.
Tho police will hold thoir usual
drill on Palace Square tomorrow
Tho P. G. band will give a moon-' the Kinau wharl, and headed by
lighfeoncort at Thomas Square this ' the flagship band marched up to
evening. , Kauwila street on to Fort strcetj up
,, . , , ,. I to Hotel aud through to Wichards '
The immigrants by the Muko j streets. At the corner of Uiehards '
Maru wore lauded at the Quarantine aud Berotauia streets near Washing
Station this morning by Commodore iUg Place, tho battalion wai drawn
Simonsou's scows. m, in lino. Afler an intmtnl Mm
Mr. Frauk Gortz loft on tho Kinau
for Hilo, Hawaii, this afternoon to
visit n brother prior to his leaving
mo lsianus lor good.
Mr. W. E. Howell, suporintondont
of public works, oxpocts to blast the
rock near Brewor's wharf at .'t:.t0
o'clook this afternoon.
Two shots were heard in the vici
nity of tho barracks about midnight
last night. No one seoms to know
whore they came from.
Tho S. S. Mariposa will bo duo
from San Francisco on Thursday.
The new United States Minister is
expected to bo on board.
The Hawaiian National Band will
give a concert at tho merry-go-round,
corner of Hotel aud Bethel streets,
to-morrow (Wednesday) evening.
A stowaway who camp on tho bark
Count' of Merioneth from Nowcas
castle was returned to that vessel
this morniug, to bo deported under
tho Stowaway Act.
Mr. J. J. Williams, photographer,
leaves on the steamer Claudiue this
afternoon for a tour or Maui. Mr.
Williams will make a stay of about
three or four weeks.
J. Cabral, a Portuguese haekman,
was fined $.'1 in the District Court
this morning for violating carriage
regulations, by leaving his hack un
fastened in a public place.
James Love, Jr., son of Mr. J as.
Love, died at tho fntuily residence,
Waikiki, last night. The lad had
been ailing for some time. Tho
funeral took place this afternoon.
Stockholders of the Hawaiian Su
gar Compauy are notified of their
annual meeting to be held at the
office of Win. G. Irwin & Co., L'd,
on Monday next at 10 o'clock a. in.
H. Brady, cook on the brigantine
W. G. Irwin, was arrested yesterday
afternoon for having in possession
the twenty tins of opium captured
by Port Surveyor Sanders in his
quarters. Brady's trial has been set
for Oct. 27.
There was quite a shower of rain
last night, which helped t lie Nuuauu
valley reservoirs a little. Uu exami
nation this morniug the depth of
water in the reservoirs was as fol
lows: No. 1, 6 ft. 6 in.; No. 2, l.ft. G
in.; No. 3, dry.
A gentleman on Fort street oppo
site Kukui street reported to the
police on Saturday morning that his
gold watch aud chain had been
stolen. After investigation it was
found that a little girl had taken
and hid it away.
The co-partnership heretofore car
ried on under the firm name of Won
ner & Co. as jewelers, by A. Wouner
and N. P. Jacobson, has been dis
solved by mutual consent. Mr. Wen
ner assumes all outstanding liabili
ties and will colloet all debts due to
At its meeting last night the Scot
tish Thistle Club received four now
membors, iucludiug two former
members just returned from the
Coast. Mr. Robert Louis Stevenson
was elected an Honorary Chieftain
in place of the late Hon. J. S.
There is a slim chance of another
race between the Healanis aud the
championship Myrtles materializing,
as members of the Myrtle crew pur
pose making thoir opponents wait a
year. The Myrtle champion crew
had thoir photos taken on Sunday
last at Williams' gallery.
Lord Armstrong, tho head of the
great ordnance works at Elswick,
near Newcastlo-on-Tyue, states that,
owing to the strength of new explo
sives, it will soon be necessary to
abandon large armored vessels. Ho
advises the Admiralty to construct
swift cruisers and light ramships.
Messrs. F. S. Dodco, Alex. Young
and F. Wuudonberg, commissioners
to partition the Waikapu commons,
ill the Spreckols-Macfarlano litiga
tion, go to Maui on that duty by the
Claudine this evening. They will be
accompanied by Messrs. K.M. Hatch
and C. W. Ashford, counsel for the
Mr. C. W. Macfarlano, captain of
the Healaui Boat Club, left by the
steamer Kinau for Mahukona this
afternoon. His trotting stallion
Duke, whom ho sold to Mr. E, Low
the other day, wont with him. The
captain hopes that the Myrtles will
accept the challenge of his club by
the time he comes back.
PRINTING VILE LANGUAGE.
Tho case of C. Porreira, publisher
of tho Portuguese newspaper Uniao
Lusitaua, has been on trial in tho
District Court two days. Tho charge
is publishing an article in that paper
wherein certain words appear which
tend to corrupt morals generally.
1 A largo number of wituosnos wore
, placed on the stand to give their
i definitions of the huiuuni'o in (iiies-
t ini.ii j uu i.hijwiiij m "iiuwii j. rv-ii-iuuiiti unnn nnui n-"i
' Bve ,vi,l,,;B that Any .11.1 u.,1 kh, , u.k; ; "' '! ,' ',
t niij-tliltif; ohsi-eiin in tho rtil , X iS will iV"tlJfe n" ImVhl, (!,r 1.1.',,,': ,
J TIiib loroiiooii Ju.Iko luHHirthdii UuiimhI Ii) tliuMini-. Aiijihh- wniKlit ilu-
i lion, Tho majority of witnesses
found (lofoudiint uuiltv and nont-
onuod him to iiay u lino of $&(),
W, A. Klunoy for prohuuution; 1'.
Xuumuiui for lho dofotiHo,
LARGE NAVAL FORCE LANDED.
Battalion from tho United States
Warships Mtirch Through Town.
About three hundred murines and
bluejackets wore landed fiom (ho
United States warships Philadelphia
and Adams nt 10 o'clock this morn-
ing jor a snort drill on snore, tho (
battalion, which was in command
of Lioutennnt Commander Logan of '
tho Philadelphia, was landed at '
hatlalion was maneuvered in iniui-
ual drill, such as present, shoulder
and support arms. At ho conclu
sion of the drilling, which did not
tnko main' minutes, and was wit
nessed by a largo concourse of peo
ple, tho men were marched along
Berotauia to Alakea, down tho latter
to Hotel, and throujrh that bv Fort
street to tho city front. Tho march
ing of tho men was much ndmirod.
as well as thoir general appearand1.
The flagship's band played splendid
martial music. J lie appearance of
the U. S. troops on shoro without
pluvious notico caused much nnxiot'
in tho minds of the annexationists i
and mauy asked, "What is tho mean-
r ii on in r i ii i it ii
ing of this?" The fact that the bat-
talion headed for Washington Place
roused still further anxiety. Cap- i
tains Good and Zieglor and Major i
Pratt with a number of the P. G. I
Holdiers wore interested spectators
at the drill.
DID NOT Gi:T AWAY.
Frank Gortz Gives tho Polico a Hunt
Mr. Frank Gortz, who has been in
the custody of the Marshal for (ho
past few weeks at the Police station,
asked to be allowed to see iiis wife
and sister prior to li is leaving by
tho steamer Kinau for Hilo, Hawaii.
Gortz is hold in default of bonds to
keep the peace toward his wife, and
has engaged to leave the country on
a favorable opportunity. Tho re
quest was allowed and a police olli
cer accompanied him at ih.'IO o'clock
this morniug to the residence of his !
wife, Berotauia street, where he
spent some time, tho o nicer waiting
for him on the veranda. When ho
emerged ho told .the officer that he
wanted to eo Ids sister, who lived
in the Hart promises, Nuuauu street.
Both went there and Gertz '.pent a
short while there, leaving with his
escort at 12:15 o'clock for tho Police
station. Tho men walked down Fort
street till near tho corner of Hotel
street, when Gertz asked the officer
to stand there awhile. The officer's
attention was attracted by some
thing, and on glancing aiound lie
found Gortz missing. Ho sonic hod
tho adjoining stores nndsalooiin and
could noL find him, so reported the
escape at tho station. Officers were
sent out aud at 12:7fi o'clock Geil.
was seen riding down Fort street,
near the coiner of Merchant street,
on Mr. L. H. Dee's wagon. Mr. Dee
drove tho wagon to the station mid
Gortz was lolegated to his former
Mr. Gortz did not leave out lie
Kinau this aftornoon.
PIIEPARING FOlt THE LIFT.
Contrnctor KcDowall Making Good
Progress With His Gear.
Work on tho stranded Miowora
is progressing favorably, two of tho
heavy samsou posts having boon
placed in position. One of tho
largest spars in the oily, loaned by
Messrs. Sorenson k, Lyle, was floated
out this morning, and other.i will bo
taken out later. In all eight sam
son posts will bo used. There is a
largo gang of nieii at work on the
wreck, and Mr. McDowall and his
assistants expect to hao everything
in readiness for floating her on Fri
day at high tide.
People who buy
chinos usually want the
which in addition to beiti
running and simple in its mecha
nism is ornamental. The "U'er
thoi m" enjoys the di.Minctiott of
hi'iiij not only the least tiresome
to the operator hut i the iuol
superbly finished of any 'sowing
machine in the market. The
tables nro of polished wood in
laid in beautiful dciigns. The
belt upon which light fabrics
are prune to catch l- entirely
concealed. 11 lias also a patent j
foot rest which ladies will Jitxl
indispcnrdblo. The head of tho
machine is arranged upon, what i
is practically, u doublet table an
thai it may bo removed in a .
moment and lho font power dis- ,
carded. Tho table-, have hand- j
some covers ami deep rooni
drawer containing a full lino of
attachments, for which when '
buying other makca of sewing i
machines you usually pay extra, j
Price-, of the '''Worlheim" j
Sowing Machine vary according .
to si.e and finish, and will he ,
furnished on application. . j
THE HAWAIIAN HAHDWARU COMPANY,
Sol Agents. '
VUI3LIC NOTICE. i
rpili', MANAOLMILN'l UK Till' MK.K
X rv-Ko-ioiind herein iwn'ii all persim
trovliiL- or iniillhiliiiLT t In- .Murrv-uo nuiiiil
or lib Onvui will lm pru'WiiUMl iiuuuuliiif
JOSI.l'll -. niiill.
And Catarrh in tho Moad
Mr. TV. Xs, Titcf.-or
" I feci that It . Impossible for mo to lay too
much In Mvnr of Hnurt's Simiiiulll.i. 1 was
a great snii'ererf mm Impure lilnoil ami Catanh
In my lie.nl. .Toll's eoinfoi Ids Jailed to comfort
mo, nnt I suffered from imnuu cms boil
Agony Dcyond Description.
When I licaui to laUn Ilnml'i Fnranpatilla Ihail
nix of llioni, only four of v.: hesmo to a head,
nml slnoo then, tluiiun to tnu good medicine, I
!;?ivn0e()rin,!imda'!nu,il1,lu.i.l.,,?t tK rnVVJS
iMinciin nciiiiiua 111 nun. weeui, ilia Catarrh
nl'oliocn cmeii by Hood's t.ar-ip.lriri.i and I
am enjoying iod tr-i r.-.l licilth. I earnestly
I vimimciid II od' ! r p.ulll.i to all o nro
afiuctel." W. T.. TtikKii, linscburg, Oregon.
HCOD'S PlLI.8 oiim nil I.Iver Ills, IHllous
ncis, Jaundice, lnill;:e-.ilun, sick Headache,
HOURON. N'KWMAX ,fc CO.,
Ap'titi for Hawaiian Islands.
Of Dissolution of Co-imrlnerohip.
XTOTl'T, H HKUKI1Y (1IVBN THAT
he co-nartnnislilii huelofore carried
on m Honolulu under the Hun name of i
WeuiUT A Co.. a- Jewellers by the under-
Hgnon, lias uns day liecn Dissolved bv '
mutual eoiiMmi. A. Wenimr iis.umH, all ,
ontsianding liabilities of the firm and will
collect and leceipi f r all debts due them, i
v" i'i'fm.Lw '
Honolulu, October "Jl, IsM.
rpili: ANNUAL MIM'.TINU OK TUB
JL htoi'klinhb'i of tlio Hawaiian SjugHr
Company will bo held at tho ollice of
Mc-r-. V (i Irwi-iA. Co. L'd, on MON
DAY, the th inst.. at 10 o'clock a. m.
lloiKilulii, Old. 21, ISiO. si..".-rit"
To Let or Loaso.
ROOMS 'JO LET.
fpWO rilKKISUKI) KOOMS KOU OKN
X tleinuii ut No. ICaidun Lane. .sli'Jif
.pply on the picn.ises, or &Sii'Siiik. " i',.l, ll " - V' VUi
Ilrown's store, -Meielmnt sjtn'ct.
vrrcw uouhk ok kivk
i.i rooms, on Iaiazine
street, with itatliioom. eat
mil v. '., CIP. (.'oiimiiiiuls Sxi?--2.
.mp. i.oiniiiiuuis sjji.iisoii.
one of the jntv.w, in Honoh.hv dj
REAL ESTATE EOK SALE.
-r valuaIili: 1'ir.cr.s ok
0 improved J'ropuity, located dJsSii
in illlleient p:ut-of the City of iCJSfS
Honolulu; all liargniu-. Appl) "" .J
for full pniti'-iihirs to ' ?--
lllirci: .V A. .1. lAliTW'lMUIIT.
rpHE UHSIDKNCK AM)
i Lot situated on il-
Avenue, below Luna-
a -; ;i.7;T?f
lilo Home and owned by S.irtriS2&
i"i and owned by
tin. iiudciMgiicu, Is for sale on advantage
ous tfinis. Aiiplv to
svt :'iii Ai V. S. Luce Mi'ichant sit.
HALL TO LET
X on Toil htieet. I'll--esslon
id veil Novcinbnr l-l,
Thi- is inie of rho bc-l mid
most I'ommodio'is Hal- in town; iiitely
titled up with .Mndeiu Ciliviu!eii(cs. Llec
nic l.i;lns, etc. J. Mi 1 N LIIN V.
1 l'riiiii'i oiiiMisitu tho
tv ! s.
.'s . -
M.ikiUi lli-scive. leci
oeeupied by Mr. ( In
l'lei;;litou. Tie- ltouihI- ale spaidous. ami
well s-Ii.hIim I w'ith Oiieimeutal and Fruit
Iru-; milt a miinili walk to Iramways,
The iluild(ni;x will I).' pin in lliornii;h 'ie
naii i' suit the l Ikkoi a (mod tmiaui.
1 or fiiitlier ii.irt'icillais. npplv to
UlUll'J. rAH'l WllKillT,
Tiiistcn for Mrs. Miirvh. Levin,
gjl II. (!.
I HulIM' (111
I Huutr on
(icriiiuiiiH utroci fat i'T '
Km.rn. t3.tm.ro- f I . l-rlnfnl fllQQPQTinoT
1 more iindor tho "Arllnnfoii
I Slori' on Kuiiumi Htmct.
'.' HuiiH-Bon ltr iniiiii ttr'ic.
'I Itoiihfs mi lnrl sin ut.
Uuuw untl i tut llcrttuiita ttr'tjt near
I'ulihccoiu. iAH J fi'ct liinlii;o aail
1 1U fci'l ilutiii.
K.irul llcbir.ilili ItfbiiliMii'fh m llrat
1 Kfsl(lt'iw: ii Ornimiila ulrcel.
A OOoJJ I'.VYIMl IIUSINKhh, Wl.l.l.
V iiptuli Uinil iiihI I'liiitmll) liH'iiiuit.
l'or ) hi i lli-ii Ui r- iii'iiiiru of
hi;, hua human,
CA) llu ')IH I'oit ulri'ut.
IS THE BEST
Forms a durable
solid inside of twenty
and elastic, not a lirlt-
Ketaius its nlosji longer than anv other
ltesltf thoncti'-n of acids and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows freely from tho brush without run
ning nnd sproads well.
With the addition of Litharge, vlulds o
huid surface, suitable for Moors, steps, etc.
Mixes rradllj with pigments ground In
oil in pai-te form.
JlrhiKs out the real shades of the rolors
nnd keeps them unaltered.
Is u solvent for the most delicate of the
new roal tar colors.
Added to 'varnish ureatlv Improves the
working of the varnisli.
Does not darken white lead or anv deli
Has greater body than any otiier otl.
Hunilres one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to Unseed oil and it will
greatly improve tho linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
15y actual turds, has outlasted the best
Therefoie, ih the best paint oil ever man
ufactured. ' Direction for Use.
Ui-o Lucoi, in eveiy respect in the
Mime niiiiiiier ns you would linseed
; oil, with the single exception thiuyou
may mid fully onc-quurter more Lu
i ooi. to the sumo quantity of pigment
1 than you would of lin.-M-d.
! In using metallic. Venetian red, the
oi'iiics, ami ouicr my picmcnts, it is
,i,lv!slib ti mU n., ii,,. ,.! ... i i
",lx,1"""(- "lx. lU '' '"nt at least
,,IUJ lla' befoie it is to he used, then
add ,i thiul mine Lticoi. nnd the paint
Wi" ,,,; f"Uml '" l'"v,'r W('11 imd 1,llVl'
.1 Wllll lU-O.
NKVKH USK JAl'ANS.
Wheic hunt surfaces such as Hours,
steps, etc., arc required use lith.ngc
only, never Use Japans.
LUCOL MIXES WITH
and assists their working nnd im
proves their n ppen nt iicc iil'T THKV
SIIOl'1,11 I1K USKl) -,.i: i,AV THKV AKK
Mixnn, otheiwiso the gum of the vai
nish may he precipitated or the niix
The addition of, from - to of I.tt
ooi, to ainisiies ilocs not icduce their
hi tre urn retnid theii h.iideiiiug and
drying and it picvcnls their clacking.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
rrrs.-- -s ... ... ,t t-t-n.
2Q0 REWARD !
riMlV. AllOVK JtKWAUI) WILL ItE
JL paid to iinyone givinj; information
leadiiii; to the Arrest and Conviction of
the party or parties gailtv of tho murder
of Dan IfuiiK Hoy (a mule Chinese) at Ho-n-iie,
Lwu, Oahu, Satup'av nii'ht the I Ith
inst. WONO KWAI,
l're.sident United Chinese Bocietv.
Honolulu, (Jet. lrf, isi;i. H.Vs-(it
'flliC ANNUAL MKKTINH OK THK
X Wvm.nm. Co. will be held on MON
DAY, October :W, IS'H, at III A. l., at the
otlleoof ('. O. Ilerger.
('. O. IILUOKK,
j SITUATION WANTED
BY A YOUNG GKKMAN AT KA1I.M
inj,' or any kind of work about a place,
i Would accept Ion wages for the sake of
employment. Address ()." this Ollice.
, Vitl :n
I rpjfK OAl'TAI V OK THK AOKN'J'b OK
I X the StiMiu.ship Miouera will not be
, responsible for debts contracted by any
Ulflllllli.r (if tin. ir.u lint r.ii nnv ii.uulj
material or labor of whatcvei naliire, mip
plied without the written authorization of
THKO. II. DAVIKS A CO.,
Agent-. .Steaiiishlp M low era.
Honolulu, Oct. 'JO, IMH. Nil .It
Hotel Street, Oppo, Bethel St.
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Handsome and Artistic Goods
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J. M. do SA o SILVA.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
N. S. SACHS'
ESSO Fort Street, Honolulu.
, Flannolh'tto, nil colors, striped, 8 yards for $1.00.
Klaniiollotto, plain and striped, 7 yards for $1.00.
(ring-hams, Fancy Stripes and Plaids, S yards for $1.00.
While Barred and Striped Dress Goods, 14 yards for SI. 00.
White Striped Dress Goods, 7 yards for $1.00.
White Barred Dress Goods, Fine Quality, G yards for SI .00.
The above Prices are for This Week Only.
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTKNK1VK AKHOIITMKNT OF
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED OOOD8 KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
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WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT THE KAMOUH BTOitK OF
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SOS Is 511 FORT STRHJBJT.
Canton Wash. FetTorios !
A IuiimIh.iihu Cotton PuhrlOi New Hlyh-H tills buuoii; the clli-ctn rt. fm-blinll.n f t'lilun
Hllkn, to stu thiini iiu'iiiim to npiru('liit tlium.
Bilk linlal. JuHt out, real Krwu-li ilfsiBiig nre the llneat uml the vttxiv of thf aeai.oii.
Cashmere Siaoliin.es SO Oexits Yard I
Oiih of the hmultmmuHt Wanh Miitorinlh till himsoii entlrelj w nml
for the price Ima no equal,
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In I'loln, Btriped uml Checked in (jreat vrlety.
tar Dressmaking Dnder the Hamgement oi MRS. RENWER. JP
Royal Insurance Company
'The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
tmr- Klre riiltf on all kinilH of ln.nruiiee l'roM.rtv Ukeu at Current KUk ,y
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