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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWB.
Mr. Thoo. II. Davios is iu San
Sugar touched Ac. in Now York,
hut has (hopped half a cont.
A Japanoio was hold by tho police
j'ostorday evening for examination.
Tho S. S. Mariposa will loavo at 5
o'clock this evouiui! for tho Colo-
Lo Comto do Donvillo is a passou
gor by tho S. S. Mariposa bound for
Tho Firo Police will receive a
"divy'' on Wednesday evening Nov
Judgo Win. Fostor returned to his
island homo on tho S. S. Mariposa
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, OCT. 27, 1893.
Kniuw, Oct. 27.
SS Mariposa, Hayward, II days l!l hours
from Ban Eruneisco
Htmr Kaala from Wnlanae
Hlmr V U Hull from Hawaii mid Muul
ANOTHER STEAMSHIP LINE,
Sprcckels Negotiating 'For a Line From
Tacoma to Honolulu.
Tacoma Business Houses May Establish a
Big Store In Honolulu,
IS THE BEST
Smith of the
aro duo to Purser
Mariposa for latest
Km hay, Oct. 27.
It M S S Muripo-m, Huywurd, for the Colo-
ntfiw .it T , in '
ulcs lit 5 p 111
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
AuihktncS N Cnitlu, Hubbard, for
From San Eianciseo, per K M B S Mari
posa, Oct 27-Hev K K Baptist, Mis Capt
Berry, E J Borinun, wife and 2 children,
Miss Annio Foster, J J Foster, K It Fostor,
Judge Win Foster, A Fries, Mrs V 1 Gar
ritt and child, T H Uibson and wife, W W
Uoodate, Mrs Ueo K Hendee, Miss Adeline
Hendee, Miss E Hendee, Miss Lynch, I
Mo Lane, Lougeo Bros, Capt Metcalfe, Br 1
Mori, WSNicoll, Miss Kthel Bice, V M
Taylor, Mrs Henry Tileston, Mis M E
Warner, Clarence Warner, K A Williams,
11 M Whitney, Miss Master W I. Whitney,
Ada K Whitney, Master Lyons. For Apia:
Wm Lee Chambers, Hon Henry C Ide,
Miss Addie M Ide, Miss Annie I. Ide, Miss
Marv M Ide. For Auckland: B Blair, Ceo
Buttard, Arthur Chignell, K C H Dawes,
Mrs A II Dawes, Br John Findlayand wife,
J II Jackson, J H Patker. Ceo ii Bhodes,
F M S Siebon, J C Thierens, Jr, C E Zohrah
and wife. For Sjdnoy: .Miss Haywayd,
Adidph H Bodmur, Mrs W M Brison, D O
Carnegie, Lu Conitu de Douville, L M Folk,
K Foster and w ife, T Haliday, John Har
tog and wife, Hector Kidd, Huv Father
MeCormack, Frank Murphy, W Sheehan,
Jr., and wife, A H Scoullers and wife, A W
Warden, Francis I) Sheldon, Ou-jtave TNeh,
Frank Travels, Uiuhard Thoin, Dr .1 It
Woolfe, C H Wickham, .1 It Wiight.
For the Colonies, per II.MSS Mai ipou,
Oct 27 .1 L Brown. Mrs J L Brown. A X
Brown, I'rof W
T Brighton and 45 in tran-
Cargoes from Foreign Fort.
It M S S Mariposa 1 c coin (Jtfl.UOO), 2(.'Jcs
apples, 5:t Co dry goods, 18 cs ind-e, 17
cs pears, .'Ml pkgs recking gear, 20 u
beer, 13 cs cigars, lli cs dings, 108 cs
hardware, 30 cs onions, 100 cs station
ary, 50 cs B it. S, 42 cs cott goods, 21'.
cs groceries, 4 cs huts, 05 cs potatoes, irl
cs tobacco. Total, 175 tons.
Tho bank of Bishop fc Co. re
ceived $25,000 in gold by the Mari
"Sammy" Mousarrat is with us
again, lie arrived on tho S. S. Mari
posa after a lengthy stay at tho
Miss Hayward, daughter of Capt.
Hayward of tho Mariposa, is a
through passenger by that vessel.
She goes to visit frionds iu Sydnoy.
Over 800 bags of mail aro on
board tho Mariposa for the Colonies.
This is supposed to be the largest
mail that over passed through on
A Victoria despatch intimates that
H. B. M. S. Champion will come to
Honolulu, and will be tho first of
the squadron to sail from Victo
ria for warmer climes.
Another reception of the series
will bo given by Admiral Skerrett,
Capt. Barker and oilieers of the U. S.
flagship Philadelphia on board that
vessel to-morrow afternoon from 3 to
A late San Francisco Chronicle
sas: Quite a number of Portuguese
residents of the Hawaiian islands
who arrived in this city on the lat
steamer were bargaining with the
local agents for transportation to
the Azores yesterday.
The Hawaiian National Baud will
give a moonlight coucort at tho Ha
waiian Hotel at 7:30 o'clock this
evening. The hotel management
should have extra benches on the
grounds, so that peoplo can enjoy
the music with comfort.
It is reported that a young busi
ness man connected with one of Ho
nolulu's leading mercantile firms re
ceived intimation by tho Mariposa
that a relative living on tho Coait
had deeded him GOO shares value
$00,000, in said firm, by way of a
Purser Smith of tho Mariposa told
an inquisitive passenger on board
that stoatnor this morning that if ho
would liko to stay three hours after
tho steamer's time of sailing before
boarding her, why ho could do so.
adding, "I can recommend the place
to you: it's a free country!"
The baik It. 1. Uithet finished unloading
her cargo ut Brewer's wharf jesterday eve
ning. This morning she moved out ami
moored to the can buoy in tho stream. She
ill loud with sugar for San Francisco after
tho schooner transit.
Tho barks Albert and C. D. Bryant me
the latest charters in San Francisco for
Honolulu with meichandise respectively;
and the burk Colusa, ludeH with coul from
Departure Bay, the bark Knocli Talbot,
also laden with coal at Port Gamble, aie
included iu the list of the vessels mention
ed as about to leave for this port. The last
named vessel was reported to be leaking;
The II. M. S. S. Mariposa, Hayward com
mander, sailed from San Francisco on Fri
day, Oct. 20th, at 4:45 p. in., after having
been detained one day waiting for the Eng
lish mails, and arrived at this port at 5
o'clock this morning, making the passage
in 0 days 13 hours. The Mariposa biought
175 tons of cargo and 35 cabin passengers
for this mrt: 45 cabin nassoncers. 1200 tons
cargo and over 800 bags of mail in transit.
She leaves again at 5 o'clock this evening
for tile Colonies.
MAN FRVNCIHIO M1TFH.
Arrivals Oet. 11, bark Albert, 2J dajs;
Oct. 15, bark Alden Besse, 22 days; Oct. 17,
H. S. Australia, 0 days 7 hours and 15 niin. ;
Oct. 18, barkeutinu Irmgard, 15 dus; all
Departure Oct. 20, S. S. Mariposa and
bark S. O. Allen for Honolulu.
Projected Departure Oct. 25, bark Albert
for Honolulu; Oct. 28, 8. S. Austialia for
Honolulu; barkeutine Irmgard for Honolulu.
A oton anchor belonging to Capt.
Metcalfe's wrecking outfit was hoist
ed this noon from tho hold of tho
Mariposa and lowered down the side
of a scow brought there for the
purpose, two 6-inch ropes being
used to fasten it to the scow. Quito
a crowd watched tho handling of
AN ACT OF MEANNESS.
Claus Sprcckels, tho sugar king, is
expected in Tacoma next month.
Ho is to bo iuvitod by business men
to conio hero for tho purposo of
looking ovor tho city and investigat
ing tho possibilities' of working up a
large trade between Pugot Sound
and the Hawaiiau Islands. As the
Lodger has published, Mr. Sprockols
sent William Wobstor, his agout, to
Tacoma about a month ago to con
fer with business men regarding the
establishment of a now lino of
steamers between hero and Hono
lulu. He asked for a guarantee of
300 tons of freight for each stoamor
leaving Tacoma for the islands.
Councilmau John W. Berry and
others guaranteed to furnish this
amount of freight on condition that
Tacoma be tho terminus of
tho lino. Mr. Wobstor went
to San Francisco ami reported to
Mr. Sprockols, and is now at Van
couver, B. C. It is supposed that he
is now investigating tho amount of
business dono by the Canadian Paci
fic's Hawaiian-Australian line, and
gradually preparing to take up tho
work of securing additional freight
for Mr. Sprockols' proposed fine
from Tacoma. It is reported that
Mr. Webster has boon appointed
agout for Pugot Sound and British
Columbia of the now steamship line,
and also of t lie Oceanic Steamship
company, controlled by Mr. Sprock
ols, which operates the steamers
Australia, Mariposa and Alameda
between San Francisco and Austra
lia, bj- way of the Hawaiian Islands.
When hero Mr. Webster was not
sure whether the Tacoma lino would
run from here direct to Honolulu or
to San Francisco and there connect
with the San Francisco-Hawaiian
Last week Mr. Berry received a
letter from Mr. Webster, dated at
Vancouver, asking if he and the
others interested would be satisfied
with a line of schooners between
here and Honolulu. Mr. Berry re
plied that uothiug but the proposed
steamship line would be acceptable,
so far as ne was concerned.
Mr. Sprcckels owns a large gen-
eial store in Honolulu, and if he
establishes the line, it is intended to
ask him to sell Tacoma-mado flour
and other Tacoma products at the
Hawaiian capital. Otherwise it is
possible that several Tacoma busi
ness houses will unite in establish
ing a joint store iu Honolulu for tho
salo of Pugot Sound products, or
their exchange for Hawaiian rice,
bananas and sugar, tho latter to bo
brought to Tacoma for salo.
Captain William Webster is a man
who has boon engaged for many
years in tho transportation business
in England, Australia and on this
Coast. Ho is president of the Union
Steamship company of Vancouver,
B. C, owners of tho steamships Co
quitlam, Capilauo and Cutch. His
company is an offshoot of the Union
Steamship eompanj' of New Zealand,
and the Union Steamship company
of Liverpool. Last spring it brought
out from England tho four-masted
steel schooner Americana aud put
her iu the lumber trade between
Vancouver and Honolulu. -Tiummi
ELECTRIC PLANT REMOVAL.
Kalakaua's Electric Light Station to
be Usod for a Kitchon.
Engineer McKay and a number
of workmen woro ongaged yesterday
in removing tho engine and two
dynamos which have been lying in .-
tho building on tho Executive build
ing grounds usod by tho lato Kig , . .-.,- MV. .
Kalakatia for furnishing oloctrlc T A T TvT'P Oil.
lights for tho Palace. These have ST XX.. JL V-JLXJ.
boon purchased by tho Hawaiian
Electric Light Co., and they will be
trausiorrou as soon as possiuio io
tho company's building on the city
front near the now fislimaikot.
The building from which the ma-
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
solid inside of twenty
chiuory has boon taken out will be lU' mating,
Forms a durable ind elastic, not a brlt-
usod as a moss room and kitchen
for tho P. (.1. army. The store
dorks who dine at the Executive
building will probably appreciate
the change of mess room.
Ulan ,Tcnnlc Flagcr
Ohio City, Ohio.
Scrofula and Alt Blood Diseases.
"I take groat pleasuro In gUing publlo tes
timony to the value of Hood's Sarsaparllla for
I havo suffered with tliU Olitreilng trouble
for nearly ten) ears, and In that tlmo havo tried
almost cTcry meclli lne recommended to mo
without any relict whatever until, after much
urging, I gae Hood's S irs.iparllla a trial. It
has been of great benefit, and will edect a per
mtnent cure. I say to all pcpl who suiter
from Scrofula, try Hood's h,u lap irllla ; if will
do j mu good." Mm .Ir.vNin Flaoeii, Ohio
Cily, Van Wert Count, OIilo.
"My daughter, eloven years old, has been
troubled with scrofulous rat-trili ever since sue
was threo years old. Tlireo physician gavoher
no pomiwnt relief. Iu llio summer It com
menced eating Into her nose. Wo bought
and gave It to her and It has cured her, for
which we aro very thankful. We got ono box
of Hood's rill-! and Uko them very much."
Mits. David c. Hiiimei.. Chaudlersvllle. Ohio.
Uctalns its uloss longer than nnyothei
Heists the action of adds and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows frudy fioin the brush w Ithout run
ning and spreads well.
With the addltiun of Litharge, yields a
hard surface, suitable for tloors, steps, etc.
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 white lead or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
any other nil.
Can be added to llneed oil and It will
greatly improve the linseed.
Can be thinned witli turpentine.
By actual tests, has outlasted thcbist
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever manufactured.
N. S. SACHS'
Bao Fort, Street, Honolulu,
Direction for Use.
in every res-peel in the
ns you would linseed
HOOD'S PlLL8 euro Couitlpatlon by laitoriag
lb perlitalttc actios of tho allmenUrr c&nil.
HOBRON, -NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
NOTICE IB HER MB Y
given that the follow
ing described Animal will
be sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY, Nov. II.
ls'13, at llio'cioc-K noon, at tne Uovernment
Pound at Makiki:
1 white horse, hind feet shod; branded
"T" on left hind leg.
1 black hors6, white spots on back hind
legs white; biund "K."
I sorrel horse, white spot on foichead,
branded "A 8" on right side of neck.
1 bay marc, white spot on forehead; all
legs black; branded "10" on right side of
neck, not distinct.
Hf- Owner of the above Animal iiiifl
send in his claim within 10 days, other
wise it will be sold on the date above
named. JIM KUKON'A,
Honolulu, Oct. -7, 18IU. siid-Jt
ml, with the single exception lliiuyou
m.iv mid fully one-uuurtor nunc Lr-
001. tt tho siuiie quantity of pigment
than you would ol litir-oetl.
In using metallic, Veneli.in teil, the
oclncs, iind other dry pigments, it is
1 advisable to mit up the paint at least
1 one day bcfoie it is to lie umhI, then
add 11 thiid more Lrcor. and the paint
will he found lo cover well and have
' 11 good gloss.
NKVEii USE .lAl'ANS.
Where hard Hiiifurc such 11s tloors,
step, etc., aie required use litharge
only, never um' Japan.
I.UCOI, MIXES WITH VAU
and .isMsts tlnii woiking and im
proves their appearance MM rilKY
1 SHOULD UK HM5II isA.MK DAY TIIKY AUK
mixkd, otherwise the gum of the vni
nisli nmy lie precipitated or the mix
The addition of from to of Lu
coi, to varnishes does not reduce their
lu-tre nor lelard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their clacking.
FlunnelU'lU', all colors, btnpt'd, S yards i"or$l.(X).
KlaniU'lloUc, plain and .striped. 7 yards for SI. 00.
( ring'haiu.s. Fancy Stripes and Plaids-. S yards l-.tr SI .00.
White Barred and Striped Ores, (ioods, 1 1 yards for $1.00.
White Striped Dress Gowk 7 yards for SI. 00.
White Marred Divs Goods, Fine Quality, (5 yards for SI. 00.
The above Prices are for This Week Only.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN KXTKNMVK AHSORI'.MKNT OF
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Bedroom Snits. tlMftl
Etc., Etc, Etc.
To Lot or Lease.
CONCERT AT SEA.
Faaiangers on the Mariposa Make
Merry LaBt Night Out.
Tho cabin passengers on the S. S.
Mariposa gave an entertainment in
the saloon yeHterday evening, Oct.
2(Jth, while the steauier was at se .
The following program, which was
highly enjoyed hy those present, was
t'luiiu solo ., Mrs licriiiuu
Sung... . . . ,Mr 1'iirnur
Song "IlrcaUeru on the lieucli" . .Mia Ide
Arrest for Larceny of Gifts at the In
stance of the Giver.
Among the arrohts yesterday after
noon was that of a native girl of
about seventeen summers, named
Kaaihuo charged on the Stat ion re
cord with the larceny of a gold ring
and watch, tho property of Albert
Ludloff. From all appearances the
arrest of the girl was an act of potty
meanness. The girl has been living
with Ludloff for nearly six mouths,
and he gave her a gold watch and
ring. The timepiece, however, had
LudlofTs name engraved on the in
side. Lately LudhotI assaulted the
girl several times and last -Monday
she loft him to live with some
friends, taking what she supposed
was her property, the watch aud
ring, with the lesutt mentioned.
THE WRONG OFFICER NAMED.
It Wasn't Lt. Col. Fisher Who Cursed
the Stupid Sentry.
In the BuLLKTiN'b report of the
wild shooting of a sentry at one of
the Executive building gates, while
tho troops wore marching out Wed
uesdaj' eveniug, Lt. Col. Fisher was
II!. . ,
of the United
WRECKING PLANT ARRIVED.
Capt. Metcalfe Brings Gear Where
with to Float the Miowera.
Captain John Metcalfe and two
divers arrived from San Francisco
on the S. S. Mariposa this morning,
for tho purposo of endeavoring to
float the stranded Miowera. The
captain has boon sent horo by tho
London Salvage Association, under
writers. He brought with him about
ten tons of wrecking gear, including
an anchor weighing 10,250 pounds.
Amongst the gear are two suction
pipe for pumping, eight bales of
heavy rope, seven monster blocks,
including three 1-sheave one, and
three smaller blocks, diving suits.
These will be placed on two scows
winch .Mr. .Metcalfe lino already
secured and everything got into
readiness to go out, in case Mr. Mc
Dowall, the present contractor, fails
in his attempt to iloat the Mio
wera. Mr. Metcalfo wont out
with Captain Stott this morning
shortly after arrival and spent an
hour viewing the ship, lie did not
havo much to hay on his return, but
htalod that should the present con
tractor fail he would start to woik
By the 11KV. Mil. HoWI.ANP.
Hours 10 u. in. to 10 p. in. The imiot won
derful life reader of the pn'-ciit ae.
lAilii",, II.O-l. Gentlemen, -'.W.
Sol 111 ("OKM'R Klllir AM' HlKIIAMt Sr-.
ROOMS TO LET.
-MVO l-'UHNISHEl) ROOMS I-'OU OEN-
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND Oil DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELI. TELEPHONE 5'25. -W r MUTUAL TELEPHONE (Mr..
tlemcn nt Xii. 4 Garden Lane. -.!lf
ANNUAL MEETING OK
ONE OK THUEE NEW
Cottages on corner of
l"ort nnd School Streets.
Aimlv on the lireinisus, or
at Frank Bniwn' store, Merchant Street.
HsL. 3. LETT" Y
75 FORT STREET 7f
VIEW HOUSE OK
J.1 rooniH, on Magazine
I U.....I li.tlilnr.. of ,l,it 11 ,,v niin I, tlli'itr
i- ,... ,.iii l,!. i,ni., n. i, ,,(U... ir i street, with Bathroom, pat-
MuuJr. l'. : IruhiAr. ("ii. LM. mi MOX- eilt W. C, etu. Commands
DAY, the .loth int.,at 10 o'clock ii. m.
Honolulu, Oct. ai, IW-'l. toU-:t
one of the finest view in Honolulu. Apply
to (77-tn J. M. VIVA!
I'AYINfi BUSINESS, WELL
c-?tul)iisied and centrally located.
For particular;- inquire of
H. V.. BOAIIDMAN,
KiiO tin mil Eort street.
DO YOU SEW ?
People who buy Sowing
uhinos Uhiially want tin
which in addition to bein;
running and simple in it nicohn-
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
-- VALl'AIILE IMECI Ol"
I improved Piopcrt), located
In dillcreiit parts of theCit of
Honolulu; till lurnaiin. Appl
for full narticulars to
HUH II A A. .1. CAIITWlilGliT.
, FOR SALE
, rpHE RESIDENCE AND
X Uil situated on Wll
der'H Avenue, below Lunu-
III.. II. ...... .....t .... ..nil I...
the undersigned, is for hale on advantage
- oils terms. Apply to
, S2l-y,n At W. S. Luce, Merchant St.
and Table Covers
Speech ''His opinion
Duo Banjo and piano
Miss Ide and Mr, Folk
bong "Don't you wish you ma get it V
get It T
uisni isoniiininiiliil. 11ic"vim'-
i .mi, inn iiiiinnMii in inn iiuir-niifrnr-i . . it it j - i- iBiiiiiri. ni-.ni n . niii-. m. knv v
represented as iibing "cuss" wonts . "i""- "" "'"-" """-h" tlieim" enjovs llic distinction oi i ., .Ysu, .v;,;,"!, , .f.e t&2?Vrh
at the blundering sentry Thatoffi- "Voiroth IwiliR not onlv tl.e least til.-soino MiMU 'fcr' 'r,n tl K
cor was not near the place at the "." Uw.f h Oceanic, ol tl e oriental t, , . .. , . occupied hjJIr. chailcs AiK
,Lo.. ivi,w.r Lot vel.ni i...t 1 lint. Ho was in uoinmaiul when t ho to till' Opel UKil mil ift int. iiiusi cri'lislttnii. llio Krmuids me spiii'lium. nnd
ume, nowmer, mil went 111 i ini q a): ra tj0Wn the .S. S. Citv of Unnerlilv finished ol' UIIV -ewill!' ell shaded with Ornamental and l-'ruit
direction aft erward to ascertain I he ,'.u"lu' ""'" p -"lJ "' shim i im iiiii.iiu m , uj """ "i- ' .,.... ,.,.i. i,,,,,m ,.il ,,. Tninium..
i oiin j' jauuini'w novwiai
Hong .... . . Mr. Lyndi)
Goodnight ladles, evnrhod jell'
N. 13. Carriages on arrival will
Hawaiian National Baud.
The Hawaiian National Hand will
give a concert at the Hawaiian
Hotel at 7:110 o'clock this evening.
Following is the program:
i' ,ir i.
March- Good Hope Ohlililei
Overture Said 1'iikIiii (h, rciiiest) . Slahl
Wiilu Promenade. . .Oiing'l
Mcillio, Bii-toii Hake (new j Brooks
belectiou Plantation hongs (new ),
. ... Contents
Miuurl-a -Piileiuullu (new) Fund
Idyll-MUU In tho Forest. Klleiiherg
Mmch Beilll Ideal .. HulUil
cause ol tne two snots. Uur re
porter was w rongly informed as to
tho ollicor who denounced the bon
try as described, and thih correction
is made in justice lo Col Fisher
who naturally does not wish any
body else's strong language put
into his mouth.
NO STEWARDESS FOR HIM.
BOUND FOR SAMOA.
New Chief Justice and Land Com
missioner, Both from America.
i innoluno in i no iiiiu'kgi
tables tire ol polished woo
I laid in beautiful designs
i licit tinon which light rubrics
A Practical Joke on Captain Backus
at San Francisco.
Caotaiu Hackus of the bark Co
lusa, which sailed yesterday for Na- about three years ago as a niomber
uaiiuo to toad com ior jiouoiiiiu, 01 mm cdiiiiuipaiiui, iui-u m lum
inal a great experience before he . posed of representation from Kng
sailed. Some of his nautical friends ' laud, (iorniniiy and tho United
sought to play a joke on him. They States -one from each country -ac
advertiwid in an evening paper Sat t cording to the provisions of the
urday for a coloiod ntmvardo and lliuliu treaty. Ho was there less
a do'.on applied for the position than a year aud returned to this
The captain did not understand at i country, and now goes back to Sa
find win everal colored minion moa as the head of its judicial ny
were no obdurate in wanting to bo teiu."
stewardesses. When the munition Judge ldo's daughters, the Mioses
dawned upon him ho ungallantly Addie M., Annie L. and Mary, ao
sent the galaxv of colored female company him to Samoa. Mr. Cham
boauty about tfiolr buslne.. and put i bent was a law partner of Secretary
to boa.--(7in!iirf, Oet. IU. I Herbert of the Navy.
ure prono to catch i.s onlirely
coneealod. lt lin? uIho n patent
Judge Henry C. Ide, of Vermont, 1 foot rest wliifli Inflioa will Iind
recently appointed Chief Justice of i imlisponsilih'. Tho lieiul of the
Samoa, and William Lee Chambers, I !(.), jm. jb nnaiigcd uixiii, wliut
of Alabama, a member o the Land , . ..,u.tI(,alVf double table ho
Commission for that kingdom, are '" l"":1' '""' '. ,., ,, -, ,
among tl.e through passongers on iind it nmy bo removed in a
iheS. S. Mariposa. Says the S. F. moment nd tho foot power dis-
Call: "Judge Ide was in bamoa ui'li(l. The tiinlo have IiiiikI-
0 ' The lliiildfugs will he put lu thorough Ye
ll ill- l'"'r '" ""h ''"' ixhcnof n good tmiiiut.
, i or luriiicr pariii'iuai--, .ipim 10
lit' BKl'Ci: CAKTWItlOHT.
Tru-lee for Mrs, Mnr . I.cvej,.
Real Estate Agency,
No. 810 Fort Street.
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
FRIGES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT THE KA.MOPH SIOKE OK
IB- IF1. IEIHIIIjIEIRS 3e CO.
SOS & 511 PORT STR,HJHI1
Canton Wasn Falorios !
A handsome Cotton l-ulirlc. New bl h-s t hit- m-.i-on, the ctlVuPi are fac-niiuiles of Chlnn
allks, lo Me tin-in means to appreciate tlieni.
Bilk llui-ili just out i re.il Kreneh designs are the lineal and the oriue ol the scat-tin,
Ca-sliiaaere Sublimes SO Cents Yard 1
One of the handsomest Wali .Mali rials Ihib senson eutirel) new mid
for the price has no eipial,
Wlaito Lawns a.nci Dinaity I
in Plain, Btriped ami Cheeked in great variety.
tVT Drossioaklng Under the Managoutout ol MRS. RUNNER. Jti
home covers nnd docji roomy
drawers contiiiniiig " full line d'
iittiiulmiLMih, I'm which when
buying otlior nuikcn of nowing
iniiuliint's you iiMiully pity ex Ira
Price-, of tin' "Worllifiin"
lowing Mncliinc vary according
to fi.o nnd liiiihli, and will be
furninlieil on appliculion
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE COMPANY,
(iermauia street $31 per
Eiiimii Sipinrc $1.', pir
1 House on
I I louse on
1 Hlerc under the "Arlington.'
1 titore on Niiuiinu sticct.
i Houses on Bcretaiila street.
'i ilouses on Kurt strutt
House ami lx on lleretuula street near
I'eiibucola, Lot 'M) feet frontage mul
I IU feet deep
Heveral Dmlralile Uesldences at llrst-iilas-i
I Itesldeiu-e on (leriuaiiin street.
0. K. BUAItDMA.S,
Royal Insurance Company
uThe Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892,
Klre rll on all ktiidn of Insurance Property taken at L'nrrriil Uliks Ii)
AmI for th HrIUn IMkiiUft,