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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KKOM AND AFTER JUNK I. 1W3.
To Ewa Mu.L.
B. 11. A. I).
AM I Mi PaM I &f
l.pave Honolulu 8M!i 1:15 4:!W 6:10
Leuve Pearl City !l:30 2:80 5:10 5:60
Arrive Kwu Mill !):67 a:67 fi:l (1:22
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Leave Ewa Mill o':21 10:43 3:43 5':42
Leave Pearl Oitv H:5S 11:15 4:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu 7:80 11:55 4:55 0:15
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O. Sundays excepted.
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Honolulu time, which Is the same us 12H. 0111.
Us. or Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, OCT. 28, 1893.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A Cliinainnn was brought , from
Ewa about uoon (o-tlay for smoking
A certificate of deposit with
Bishop & Co. for !"'W5 lias boon lost.
The Myrtle and Planet baseball
olubs play this afternoon on the
The F. G. band's string orchestra
will ontertaiu the public at Emma
square tins alter noon.
The auuual mooting of tho Wai-
anao Co. will bo hold at 10 o'clock
Monday,' it' tho olllco of C. O. Mer
ger. The Honolulu football team had
a lively practice on tho Makiki re
creation grounds yesterday after
noon. Diamond Head, 12 m. Woathor
hazy, wind light northeast; schoon
ers Sarah & Eliza and Mille Morris
oil tho harbor.
About 125 Japanese immigrants
wore taken irotn quarantine this
morning and sent to Kahuku by tho
The auuual meeting of the Ha
waiian Sugar Co. (Makaweli) will bo
held at tho ollioe of W. G. Irwin &
Co., L'd, at 10 o'clock Monday.
There woro two forfeitures for
drunkonness in tho District Court
to-day, and two Chinoso on trial for
smoking opium woro discharged.
At the P. M. S. S. wharf on Mon
day at 10 a. in., James F. Morgan
will liolu au underwriters sale 01
merchandise elsewhere described.
Rock salt for live stock has been
received by lato Gorman vessols
from Bremen, and is for sale at ex
tremely low prices by tho Union
ARRESTED FOB LIBEL.
Saturhay, Oct. 2S.
Stmr Mokolil from Molokal
Stuir James Makee from Kauai
Stmr C H Bishop from Wuiunae
Saturday, Oct. 28.
Am bklne S N Castle, Hubbaid, for San
Stmr Kuala for Kahuku
Ktinr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Pcle for Makawe.i at .'I p 111
Editor of the Holomua Proao-
cutod by T. W. Hobron.
Licmlonanl Kaiona, armed with
the following warrant, arrostod Mr.
E. Norrio, editor of tho Hawaii
llolomiia, shortly before noon to
day: "Thomas W. Hobron being first
duly sworn, says: That Edmund
Nurrio at Honolulu, Maud of Oahu,
upon tho 27th day of October, A. D.
18!). committed tho olTonso of pub
lishing a libol in tho first dogreeof
and concerning tho above complain
ant, to wit, Thomas V. Hobron, by
maliciously putting into mo nawaii
Holomua, a daily newspaper printed
and published in said Honolulu, a
printed articlo entitled 'Another
Fake,' which said libel, with accom
panying innuendoes is set forth verb
atim and at lougth in tho exhibit
hereto attached marked oxhibit 'A'
and mado a part hereof, such article
being a publication in point tending
to injure tho fame, roputation ana
good 11.11110 of complainant and to
bring him into disgrace, abhorronco,
odium, hatred, contempt ami ridi
culo the innuendoes in said exhibit
are true and correct. Complainant
at the time of said publication was
an owner of stock in a corporation
owning and operating a drugstore
in Honolulu aforesaid and an office
of said corporation and directing
the business aforesaid of said -corporation."
Mr. Norrie waited in the Deputy
Marshal's otlice uutil a bond of $100
had boon filed by Mr. Jno. Phillips.
The article in question mentioned
no name, but referred to the Hono
lulu correspondent of tho San Fran
Saved My Wife's Life
IS THE BEST
solid Inside1 of twenty
slid elastic, not n lirit-
John TF. Jonca
liooms to let with board at Hani
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stun Mokolli for Kaunakakai, Kamalo,
Pukoo, Halawa. Wuilan, Pelekunii.
Kalaupapa, UiUainn, Olowalu unit
Ijinal at 5 j m
Stinr .lames (ukec for Hanauiaulu, Ka-
paa, Kiluueu, Kaliliiwai and Hunaici at
5 p 111
Stmr Hawaii for Honomu, Hakaluu, I'ohu-
kumanu, Onoiuea and l'upaikou at 1
Bchr Kuwailani for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Mokolii 150 sheep, 43 bdlh hides, 3
titmr Jas Makee 1000 bags sugar, 820 bags
paddy, 4b bags riee, li bills hides and
40 pkgs sundries.
Stmr W G Hall 5208 baps sugar, 101 hags
coffee, 02 bags uwa, 30 head cattle, 30
hogs, and 75 pkgs sundries.
Fiom Kuuai, per stmr James Makee, Oct
28 Wm ltluisdell, Dr Nakazawa, and 25
From Maui and Molokai, per stmr Moko
lii, Oct 2s Mrs D McL'ornston, V Ann
strong and 10 on deck.
From Maui and Hawuii, per stmr V (
Hull. Oct 270 V Ashfoid, .1 V .Morgan, A
H Lindsay, Ji, oml ofl deck.
For Heela, per stmr J A Cummlnx, Oct
28 Kred Whitney. Chus Grant. Capt Wm
Thompson, Frank Brown and O " Con-radt.
Vessels in Port.
UBS Philadelphia, Barker, from Callno,
U 8 8 Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
8 8 Miowera, Stott, from Hydncy
Jap 8 8 Miikc Muru, Thompson, from
Am ugtue W Q Irwin, Williams, fiom San
Haw bk 11 I Kithct, Morrison, from San
Br schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Am schr Robert I,ewers, from Port Gam
ble Am schr Transit, Jorgeusen, from San
Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
cisco Hawn bk It P Itithet, Morrison, from San
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from San
Nor ship Beaconsfield, Jlastiansen, from
Newcastle, N 8 W
Or bk J C Plluger, Wolters, from Bremen
Am Yacht Tolna, Wiehmun, from San
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S 8 China, Ward, from Hongkong and
Yokohuma, due Nov 0
8 8 Wurrlmoo, from the Colonies, due
Am bgt J D Spreckels, from S F for Kiiliu-
1 mt due Aug 20
Am bk Hurvcster, from S F Hllo, due Aug
Am bk Martha Davis, from Boston, due
Ur ship Vlllutta, from Liverpool, due Jun
tier bk Nautilus from Liverpool, due Dee
Ger bk Maiie Huckfeld, from Liverpool,
due Fob 1, '04
Am schr Allen A, from Kureka, due Oct 1
The bark H. P. Itithet Is unchorcd In
The schooner Holier! I.ewors went 011 the
Murine Huilwuy this morning.
The burk Andrew Welch took In this
morning 6208 bugs of sugar from the steam
er W. (1. Hull
The steamer James Makee had 1000 bugs
of sugar transferied to the schooner Aloha
this morning, More sugar is expected
for the suiue vessel by the steamer Iwuluul
line thU uflemooii.
Tint barkeutliio H. N. Castle, Cupl. Hub
bard, suited for Sun Francisco at 11 o'clock
this morning, the lu Kluu tonlui! her out
of the burbor. The following is u list of
Albert Ludloff has withdrawn the
prosecution against Liloa Kaaihue,
tho 3'ouug native girl whom he
caused to be arrested for the larceny
of a gold watch and ring.
Tho S. S. Mariposa left the harbor
for the Colonies about (1 o'clock
yesterday evening. The P. G. baud,
which generally plays at tho depart
ure of a foreiKU steamer, was iniss-
As usual tho Hawaiiau National
Band drew a large crowd to tho
Hotel yesterday evening, and re
warded the listeners with superior
music from their fine-toned instru
ments. A discussion of the American and
Hawaiian situations will be found
in the Hawaiiau Hardware Uo.'s
column. Tho situation in your field
or household also canvassed will
probably interest many people
more, as tho specialties ineutionetl
will prove sources of both pleasure
and economy to the buyers.
Robert Louis Stevenson the aut hor,
wife and servant loft for their home
at Samoa by the S. S. Mariposa yes
terday evening. Mr. Stevenson was
feeling much better than he had
been for some weeks.
The Japanese immigrants who
came by tho ' Japanese steamship
Miike Maru were released from
quarantine yesterday evening, and
will De distributed among the ciiller
ent plantations by the steamers sail
ing the nest few clays.
One of tho mou workinir on the
Oahu Railway wharf had tho mis
fortune to have a lump of coal fall
on his head from the upper works
of the discharging plant Thursday
afternoon. Although ho lost a good
deal of blood from an ugly wound,
he was working yesterday as if noth
ing was the matter with him.
A gang of worknion commenced
worn at iirowor s wiiari this morn
ing for repairing that portion of the
wharf which was demolished by tho
blasting operations the other day.
The dredger was brought around
this afternoon, and will probably
begin the work of dredging tho
debris lying at tho bottom on Mon
Harry Fox, the stowaway on the
S. S. Mariposa who did tho disap
pearing act yesterday, was captured
by Detective Boyle last night and
locked up. This morning a police
officer escorted him on board the
barkewtine S. X. Castle, and ho is
by this time miles at sea on his way
to the Coast. Captain Hayward
was a much discomfited man yester
day when he found that Fox had
given him the slip.
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
"Of my own free will and accord, unlilued by
anyone, and wishing only to do Rood to tho 1
aftllcttd, I wish to tell of the good qualities 01
Hood's Barsaparlllft and Hood's Tills. I think
there uro no medicines equal to them, and hart
proved their merit by experience In my own
family. My wife, ttacliel. has been aflllcted
with weakness, nervousness, and salt rheum. I
spent nearly all that I had of this woi Id's goods
for doctor's bills and medicine until we decided
to try nood's Sarsaparllla. It undoubtedly
Saved My Wlfo From tho Cravo.
The salt rheum has entirely healed and she U
reaiarrd ( Kood lirnllti. I have many
friends and lelutlves In the east who will be
glad to know that
wile." John w. jokks,
I Dries perfectly
Forms a durable
I Ketnius Its gloss longer than any other
1 lieslsts the action of acids and ulknlles
1 better tlinn any other till.
' Flows freely from the brush without run
1 ning and spreads well.
I With the uddition of Litharge, yields
hard surface, suitable for Moors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground in
oil in paste form.
Brings out the renl shades of tin colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
greatly improves the
FOR THIS WEEK 0NLY1
N. S. SACHS'
6SO Port Street, Honolulu.
Has cured my
For New Silks and Infanta' Out
fits goto "Ka Maile."
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Suuburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Nativo Fans and Islaud Curios in
groat variety at the Elite Ice Cream
Dr. R. I. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his office from King street
to Beretauia street, near Emma.
Ciik. Heuskind and J. MoMeekin,
Piano Tuners and Teachers, Pen
hallow House, Beretauia street. Mu
tual telephone 614. Lessons given
on Piano for beginners and practi
cal piano players. Tuning orders
will be promptly attended to.
"The Happy Hunters."
In a window of tho Pacific Hard
ware Co. appears a large photo of
Messrs. V. M. Cunningham and J.
H. Black, in their hunting costume
carrying a litter of game "dropped"
by them at Pearl City on October
15th, over which there has been such
a "fuss" among the members of the
Sportsmen's Association. Several
members claimed that the hunters
had trespassed o their shooting
rights, which on investigation was
found to be incorrect. Mr. Cunning
ham's thoroughbred pointers lie at
the hunters' feet, and underneath
are the words, "The happy hunters
after the shoot."
HOOD'S PILL8 rtth belt titer dlnotr nils,
aiilat dlgtuion, cur lietdiche. Try a box. tJO.
HOBKON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiiau Islands.
DO YOU SEW ?
People who buy Sewing Ma
chines usually want the one
which in addition to being light
running and simple in its mecha
nism is ornamental. The"Wer
thoim" enjoys the distinction of
being not only the least tiresome
to the operator but is the most
superbly finished of any sewing
machine in the market. The
tables are of polished wood in
laid in beautiful designs. The
belt upon which light fabrics
are prone to catch is entirely
concealed. It bus also a patent
foot rest which ladies will find
indispensible. The head of the
machine is arranged upon, what
is practically, a double table so
that it may be removed in 11
moment and the foot power dis
carded. The tables have hand
some covers and deep roomy
drawers containing a full line of
attachments, for which when
buying other makes of sewing
machines you usually pay extra.
Prices of the "Wertheim"
Sewing Machine vary according
to size and finish, and will he
furnished on application.
Added to varnish
working of the varnisl
Does not darken white lead or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Keuuires one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and it will
greatly improve the Unseed.
Con be thinned with turpentine.
By actual tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever manufactured.
Direction for Use.
Utc Lucol in every respect 111 the
samp mutiner its you would linseed
oil, with tin! single exception that you
may add fully one-quarter more Lo
co), to tho same quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian roil, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
lulvitmble to mix up the paint at least
one day before it is to be used, then
add ti tli'uil more Lucoi. and the paint
will he found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
NEVEK USE JAPANS.
Where hard surfaces Mich as floors,
steps, etc., are required use litharge
only, never use Japaus.
UJCOL MIXES WITH VAR
NISHES and ashists their winking ami im
proves their uppearancc iit'T tiiky
SHOULD UK USKI) HA.MK HAY TIIKY AUK
mixud, othonvit.e the gum uf the var
nish may he precipitated or the mix
The addition of from j- to of Lu
coi, to varnishes does not reduce their
lu-tre nor tutard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Fltuuiollotte, all colors, Ktripi'd, S yards for 1 .00.
Flanni'lUiUo, plain and striped, 7 yards for SI .00.
("Jinglianis, Fancy Stripes and Plaids, S yards for $1.00.
While Barred and Striped Dress (ioods, M yards Cor SI .00.
White Striped Dress Goods, 7 yards 'or $1.00.
White Barred Dress Goods, Fine Quality, (i yards for SI. 00.
The above Prices are for This Week Only.
Robinson Block, Hotel Stroet, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN BXTKNSIVK AShOllTMKNT OK
iilt cnryoi uu hugs ricu, shipped by hlng
Chung A Co.; Uuidu., Jiyimiu llros.j )00
du , M. Phillips A Co.; 'J.Vaj do., M. H. drill.
builUI A Co.! lliUbuus !iinua mid horny. I''.
,: vM hug
untie value, $;!'.', ILj.
Large Party Serenade the Count
and Countess I'eatolics.
About 7:15 o'clock yesterday even
ing a bargo containing about thirty
young people pulled out from tho
Myrtle boat house for a moonlight
excursion in the harbor, A number
of musicians woro included in the
party, and as tho bargo moved away
they struck up a lively strain, and
everything went as merry as tho
proverbial marriage boll. The ex
cursionists pulled around the strand
ed Miowera and then headed in,
making a circuit of the United States
warships. Thou they wont over to
the American yacht Tolna and sere
naded tho Count and Countess Fos-
tetics. The Count shortly appeared
and invited tho sereuaders on board
tho yacht. Thoy complied and,
afterlight refreshments, tho Count
and Countess reouested the musi
cians to favor them with au exhibi
tion of the hula dance. Two ex
perts in tho serpentine evolutions
were selected from the sereuaders
and the Count and Countess feastotl
their eyes on tho native pastime.
Tho Countess thought it was per
fectly delightful and expressed a de
sire to bee the dance again. After
the hula the bargo leturued to tho
honthousn at 10:20 o'clock, where a
dance was held ami refreshments in
tho shape of ice ereaiu and cake
woro served, Altogether tho oxcur
siouists enjoyed thu outing anil aro
wishing that moonlight seasons
would only cotiiu a little oftoiier,
At the Temple.
A great many specialties at cut
prices- aro offered by S. Ehrlich at
the Temple of Fashion. Some of
tho leading lines are set forth in a
large apace taken in this paper. The
Temple is a centre of attraction to
the ladies, for its fine goods and low
prices, especially since Mr. Ehrlich's
recent trip to the Const, from which
he ret timed with a prodigious stock
bought there at depression figures.
The P. G. band, Prof. Borger,
leader, will play at Thomas Square
this afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the program:
Murch Tyrollan Songs Scill'ert
Overture Military (new) . . Schneider
Kantaslu Kmperor's Cornflowers. . Thiele
Overture King of Diamonds (new).
Waltz Orange Ulossoms (new). Kahrbacfi
iuardrille Irish Melodies (new). Dubois
CtKIlTIKICATi: OV DHI'OSIT NO. L'U'U
I on llishop it Co. for $:t'J.i. Payment
stopped. All persons are cautioned ugalust
negotiating it. Itetum to
Ml7-:it 11 IB HOP A CO.
WM.G. IRWIN & CO.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
TAK WILL IUY MOM
Co. the lease for tho uuex-
plied term of lue block of buildings situate
on tne iioritieasi corner 01 King anil ue
kaulike street, on Nov. 10, 18!, at the
store of Mee Kuug A Co., after which dute
the suid Ng Chung Tuk will not he respon
sible for auv debt atlHched to said lease,
NO 01IANO TAK.
Honolulu, Oct. L'H, l!W. wr-8t
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE COMPANY,
NOTICE IS HKRKBY
given that the follow
ing described Animal will
be sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY. Nov. 11.
18U3, at 12 o'clock noon, ut the Oovernmeiit
Pound at Makiki:
1 white horse, hind feet shod; branded
"T" on left hind leg.
1 black horse, white spots on back; hind
legs white; brand "h."
1 forrel horse, white spot on forehead;
branded "A 8" on right side of neck.
1 hay mare, white spot on forehead; all
legs black; branded "10" on right side of
neck, not distinct,
gltf Owner of the above Animal must
send in his claim within 10 days, other
wise It will be sold on the date above
named. JIM KUKONA,
Honolulu. Oct. 'IT, 1893. SGU-'.'t
Notice to Tenants I
NOTICK 18 HEKK1JY (1IVKN TO ALL
iersous living as tenants on lunds lie
longing to the Estate of the lute King Kalu
kuna, as well ss on lands belonging to the
undersigned and those of David Kawaua
uukoa and J. Kuluuiauaole, for which ar
rangements have been made between them
and Mr. J. Paakaula, that payments of
rent must hereafter be made to me person
ally. When making payment it is re
quested that tenants bring copies of their
leases and the last receipt received by
them. It Is also the wish of the under
slgued to moet and confer with tcnuuts on
the llrstday of every month for six montliN,
beginning October 111, 1891, and ending
April 10. 1801.
tm (mice ut Houuakuhu.
Honolulu, Oct. Ill, I8'j;i. iWi-lm
Queen Street Shaving Parlors
Adjoining Morgan's Auction Itooml
VOC CAN OIITA1N A
First Class Shave or Hair Cut
To Let or Lease.
r uix'.vry. s
W WP XAK; 'siA
mm Saits' iSliPEtc-' Etc, Etc,
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OK DAMAUKD (HIODS KK.IT ON HAND
OKJDWAY & POKTEK,
Robinson Block, Hotel Stroet, oppo. BeUtol Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 52!i. - m MUTUAL TELEPHONE Mft.
BOOMS TO LET.
rpWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR OKN
JL tleuien at No. 1 Oarden Lane. SU'Jtf
ONE OF THREE NEW
Cottages on corner of
Fort and School Streets.
Annlv on the premises, or
at Frank Brown's store, Merul
3VC- S. X-,ES"Vr
75:FOiRr street. 7
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. C, etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu
to (477-tf) J. M
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
n VALUABLE PIECES OF
i improved Property, located
in dillereut parts of the City of
Honolulu; all bargains. Apply
for full particulars to
Bltl'CE - A. J. CAltTWItKJHT.
rpHE RESIDENCE AND
X Lot situated on Wll
der's Avenue, below Luna
lilo Home, and owned bv
the undersigned, Is for sale on advantage
ous terms. Apply to
8'21-'ni At W. S. Lnce, Merchant St.
JL Pieuiincs opposite the
Makiki Uescrvc, recently
occupied bv Mr. Charles
I i rciguiou. i no grounus are spacious, ami
I well ihiidcd witli Ornamental and Fruit
. 'Irees; only a minute's walk to Tramways.
I lie uuuiliugs will
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
I pair to suit the
Doors, Fences, Balconies and
Artistic Grave Fences
Made to order of Wrought Iron, by
be nut in thorough re-
wishes of a good tenant.
further particular!., anplv to
Tru-tcc for Mrs. Mary S. Levey.
Real Estate Agency
No. 610 Fort Stroet.
At Sterling's Painting Shop,
By the ItlCV. Mil. IIOWbAND.
Hours lOu. in. to 10 p. m, The most won
derful life reader of the present ugu,
Udica, JI.O). Oelitlumeu, f.'.nu.
DR. 3E. GOTO,
Physician : and : Surgeon
Bell Telephone IBS,
Okkick: Muuuukeu street, front of No, f
Engine Co.'s Building.
Cuiin'iik Four AMI
P.KHiintNCKi Achl Street, opp
tory School, Palania
X to B P, &.
(lermunla street t'AI per
Eiumu Sijuure flft per
AT THE I-AMOUS STORE OF
IB. IF IBIHIIliIEIElS Se CO.
SOS Jc 511 P'OK.T STK.EIHST.
Canton "VSTeisii FaTorios !
A handsome Cotton Fabric; New Styles this season, the elleefs are fue-sluiiles of Chiiit.
Silks j to see them menus to appreciate tlieiu.
Hllk finish just out; real French designs are the llnesl and the craze of thr season.
Qa.so.xne?r Sviolixnos SO Oexits Ya.rcl I
One of the handsomest Wash Mutt rials this season entirely new and
for the price has no equal,
"Wlaite Lawns etrxci IDimlty I
In Plain, Strijied mid Checked in great variety,
tar Dressmaking Under tlio Managoraont ol BUS. RENNER. &J
1 House on
1 House on
1 Store under the "Arlington,
1 Store on Nuuutiu street.
i Houses on Beretauia street.
'i Houses on Fort street.
(100D I'AYINO BUHINKbh, WELL
eslab shed and centrally located.
For particulars inquire of
tl. I!. BOARD.MAS,
bdO-lm oil) Fort street.
rpHK WEEKLY HULLKTlN-iW COL
X umniof luterentlug Reading Matter.
I ftlaudi.fC mailed in firlfu nountileMft.
House and lot on Berntunla street near
1'eilsacolu, lol 'Mi feet froutuge and
1 10 feet deep.
Several Desirable Residences ut first
I Residence on Ueruiuulu street.
U. K. BOAItD.MAN,
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the "World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
MT Fire risks on all kituUof Insurance Properly taken at Current Bisks by
J. S. "WILiKZEJFl,
1 76'lllu Au for Mi Hawaiian Ulaudt,