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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KltOM a'jJu AFTER JUNK 1. 1WO.
To Kwa Mux.
Leave Pearl Ulty,
Arrive Kwil Mill.
Leave Kwa Mill...
U'avu, Pearl Otty..
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, OCT. 30, 1893.
Sunday, Oct. 20.
Stmr Claudine (nun Mmil
btmr Wululuule from Luhuina and Huma-
Btiur Iwalani from Kauul
Btmr Kaalu fiom Waianae
Btmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Am schr (' S HoIiac-s Johnson, 2.! days
from Port 0 amble
Am bk Matilda, Swoii-son, 'lii days fiom
Departure Bay -
Mo.Miw, Oft. 30.
Am bktne Kllkltnt, Cutler, 20 days from
Hehr Mary E Foster from Mukaweli
Monday, Oct. 30.
8I1111 Mokolil for Kuunakakal, Kiunnlo,
Pukoo, Halawa. Wuilau. Polekunu,
Kalaupapa, Lahuinu, Olouaiu and
Lanai at 5 p m
Stmr James Makce for Iliiiiainaulu. Ra
ima, Kiluuea, Kulilihwil and Hiiualei at
5 i in
Stmr Hawaii for Honomu, Hakalau, Polui
kuiuanu, Onomcu and I'apaikuu at I
Schr Kaivailaui for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Olaudinefor Kahului, Keanae, Hana,
Hainoa, Kipahulu, Nun, l'aauliau, Ku-
kaiau and Oukala at 5 p iu
Stmr Iwalani for Nawiliwlli, Kolou, Elecle,
Makawoli, Waimea and Kekahu at ." pm
Stmr W O Hall for Laliaina, Maulaea,
Koua, Kau and Volcano at 10 a m
Stmr C It Bishop for N'awiliuili, Hanama-
ulu, Kilauea, Kalihiuai and llanalei
at 5 p m
Stmr Kaala for Wniamic, Wuiuluu, Moku-
luia, Kahuku and Punaluu at 0 a m
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Claudine ('.M bags sugar, I5(;
potatoes, nu Dags corn, .l nags beans,
10IJ bags tarn, 50 bead cattle, 41! hogs, I
horse, 147 hidei and S7 pkgs sundries.
Stuir Iwalani 1205 bags sugar, 01 lulls
hides, 200 bags rice, 70 bags pin, ill pkgs
Stmr Waialeale 3143 bags sugar.
From Maui und Hawaii per itnir Clau
oine, uct sj ai natcn, w
Louisson. F Wundenberg, J
Young. F S Dodge, Mr Libbj
W M Mist, W H Wilkinson,
dine. Oct 2!) F M Hatch, W J I.owiie, M
J D Marlin, A
my. W Scott, H
son, Mrs H Kobinson and 40douk.
'. ml... ,, .1 ft IIAII13UI1, ?, ft JlUlllll-
From Puget Sound, per schr OS Holmes,
Octal W Ooodale.
From Kauai per stmr Iwalani, Oct 20
AV H Kice, Miss Uicc, Knv H 1-cnberg, Mr
Wolters. H H Wilcox, Mrs Koro, J lla
poza, Miss K Smith, 11 Catton, C von
Hamiii, Father Valentine and 50 deck.
From Hamakua per stinr Waialeale, Oct
20 James K Kenton, H Callendar, and 11
The bark Andrew Welch took in 3111
bags sugar from the steamer Waialeale
The American bark Matilda, Captain O.
Swenson, arrived yesterday 2ilJ days
from Departure Bay, with IHUS tons coal
Tor Messrs. Allen it Kobinson. The Ma
tilda encountered strong westerly and
southwesterly winds the lirst twelve days
out, thence light wind to port.
The American 4-masted schooner S.
Holmes, Captain J. Johnson, arrived yes
terday morning 23 days from Port (iauible.
She broucht 580.000 ft. lumber. 15.IKMI Inths
and 100,000 shingles for Messrs. Allen A
itobinaon. The captain reports havini; en
countered very rough weather dm lug the
urstweek alter leaving port, the rest of
the voyage being favored with very light
N. E. wind. The Holmes Is a newiv-built
vessel, having only been launched from
the shipbuilding yard of Hall Bros,, at
Port ltlake.lv. Wash., on August "lit I. I.ii
She Is 175 feet long over all, 37 feet beam,
11 ft depth; and 400 tons register.
The American barkeutiue Kllkitat. Cap
tain Cutler, arrived this morning 20 dajh
from Port Townscrid, with about 0:15,0(10 ft.
of lumber and two large spars each meas
uring 07 ft. by 27 In., for Messrs. Wilder
t Co. The captain reports leaving Port
Townsend on Tuesday, Oct. loth, ami hav
ing got part way out met a heavy south
westerly wind so that it was found necessary
to put back to Port Angelos. Tho follow
ing Friday, Oct. I3th, left Port Angelos,
pleasant weather accompanying till last
Suturduy morning, when heavy S. K. wind
and rain was encounterod, which lasted
till yesterday noon. At So'elocl; last night
had N. K. wind to port. All well.
Arrived Oct. J, stmr Kiuau fiom Hono
lulu; Am tern J. O. North, ('arisen, 1IH
days from San Kiauclsco, to Hawaiian
Kailroad Co. Consignees: h. (J. Wilder ,V
Co., Dr J Wight, Kohala Sugar Co., Nlulll
Plantation and It. 11. Hind; 0, stmr M1U
halairom Kallua; II, stmr Claudine from
huwalhao; 10. stmr Kinau fiom Hiln; 13,
stmr Hawaii from Molokai; 14, stmr Ki
nau from Honolulu; -M, stmr Kinau from
Hilo; 21, stmr Hawaii from Hilo; 25, stmr
Kinau from Honolulu; 27, stmr Claudine
bailed Oct. 4, stmr Kinau for Hilo and
way ports; (J. stinrMI!Hliala for Honolulu;
0, stmr Claudine for Kahului; 10, stmr Ki
nau for Honolulu; 1.1, stmr Hawaii for
Hilo; 14, stmr Kinau for Hilo and wa
ports: 20, stmr Kiuau for Honolulu. 2(,
stmr Hawaii for Honolulu s 25, .tiiir Kluiiii
for Hilo and way ports: 25, Am tern John
u jsortn, uarlsun, for Han Fraucli-co, with
5250 bags sugar, J, T. Watui house,
bags sugar, T. H. Davios A-Co,; total, 10,-
zui nags, i,iii.i,a.iY ins. value,
2H, stmr fluudluu for Kahului,
nruou-UAi.i; At Franklin, I'enn., Octo-
herS, IhlM, II. IS Hpoor, of Itidlands,
i ui,, iu i.ouisa i'ioru
JOH.NHO.N-lii I'etuhima, Cul., (lot, IU,
DfiU, wife of Henry Jolin.uu, nuuil
about 60 year, und a imtlve uf tlit
LOCAL AND , GKENEBAIi NEWS.
Diamond Hond, 8 p. m. Wuntkur
hnzy, wind light northeast.
The P. G. band will givo a con
cert at Emma Squaro this ovouing.
Tho Makiki pumping plant is
working finoly according lo reports.
Tim drodgo eomnionood work in
tho vicinity of Urowor's wharf to
day. Mr. Roht. Catton camo ovor frovj,
Kauai on tho stoamor Iwalani ys-torday.
a now cam oi suns ftouoi in tins
papor gives tho text of uu autograph
lottor rocoivod by tho manager from
Jtohort Louis Stovonson,
Edmund Norrio, editor of tho
Holomua, arrested on Saturday for
libol, will havo a hearing in tho Dis
trict Court on Wednesday.
Tho board of trustees of tho Hoo
ulu Lahui Sociotv will meet at 2
o'olock to-morrow afternoon at the
Kapiolani Maternity Home..
J. F. Morgan will soil tho house
hold furniture of P. Opfergolt at
Pauoa by order of tho temporary
administrator, on Friday next.
A native opium smoker was cap
tured 3'esterday oujo3'ing tho stuff,
and this moruiug was given tho cus
tomary liuo of ST0 by Judge Kobort
Ollicors of the Waiauao Company
elected to-day are: H. A. Widomaun,
president; C. O. Borgor, secretary
aud treasurer; J. M. Dowsett, audi
tor. Two Jups and one native were ar
rested yesterday while in tho act of
smuggling eight large bottles of
gin from the Japanese steamer
Seventeen Chinese were brought
to town as prisoners on tho steamer
Claudiuo yesterday. The' aro com-.
mitted for trial by jury, excepting
one couiinittal to tho Insane Asylum.
A party of gentlemen went down
to Koolau on Saturda' ovoniug, re
turning yesterday afternoon. One
of tho party, a member of the P. G.
baud, was left on tho Pali road a
S. Kaaumoana pleaded guilty in
the District Court to day to using
lascivious and lewd speech to Mrs.
Biudt and Miss Ross on Saturday
last. Ho w.is .sentenced to pay a
tine of .10.
The reception on tho U. S. flag
ship Philadelphia on Saturday after
noon was largely attended and an
enjoyable time was had. Thebe re
ceptions are getting vory popular
among Honolulu society peoplu,
aud are looked forward to with
Kov, Eric Lewis, who has been
doing missionary work in tho Sou
dan, assisted iu the services at St.
Audrew's Cathedral yesterday. Ho
came here on the Monowai to relieve
Mr. Cal louder, the lay reader at Ha
makua. Mr. Lewis is a first rate, all
round cricket player, as ho has
proved several times at practice with
the local cricketers since his arrival.
Tho Myrtle boat club boys went
out iu a barge yesterday and secured
two oi the sanihou posts which had
been cut away from tho stranded
Miowora. and towed them into port,
assisted by soeral natives. This
morning the crow went out in the
four-oared Alivoua aud hitched on
to two more posts which they found
uniting near tne ueacn. i no ciuo
intends claiming .salvage.
Three U. S. naval ollicors were
found at night (early Sunday morn
ing) on certain private premises
without lawful excuse. They were
ordered off by the lady of tho house,
aud uu their failure to move she
called a policeman. When tho
policeman came one of tho ollicors
threw a oat at him, and he hoeing
that they wore ollicors withdrew
without interfering with them. The
lady on being interviewed confirmed
the forogoiug facts, but did not
MATCH OUT SHORT.
Ahead but tho
The baseball game between the
Myrtles aud Planets on Saturday
ended unsatisfactorily. Tho gaino
was started at 3:!J0 o'clock too lato
au hour for this season of the year
aud kept up until it was so dark
that tho ball could hardly be seen.
At tho beginning of the eighth inn
ings tho Myrtles were ahead, but on
their opponents taking their inn
ings they scored several runs; when
the gatuo was stopped by tho um
pire the score stood 12 to 8 in favor
of tho Planots. The Myrtles claim
that, as the umpire stopped the
game, they are entitled to another
lulling to finish tho game. A moot
ing of the Amateur League will bo
hold, probaulj- this evening, to de
cide the question.
They Viowod the Land.
Messrs. F. S. Dodge, A. Young
and F, Wundenberg, commissioners
to partition the Waikapu commons,
roturueu by tho (Jlaiuliuo. I lie
viewed tho property to aid them iu
arriving at a proper understanding
of tho case. Mr. Hatch, counsel for
Glaus Sprockets, returned by the
same bont, Mr. U, W. Ashford,
counsel for G, W, Macfarlaiiu, had
returned fiom the expedition by the
W. G. Hall on Friday.
Judge Fostor Resigned,
JtiugH iiiianii; osier n.s nw i
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od (ho ollico ol District Magiutiato
of Honolulu. His resignation is
now iu tho hands of the 1'iovisioiial
Government, Mr. Foster lias been
nolico iiidL'o of this dibtnet for four
years and ton months. In that limo
his capacity has been aporovod by
tho fuct of most of his judgments
appealed from having bcou biutu'ui
od Iu tlio higher court.
EVIDENCES OF ESTEEM,
Presentation and Ovation to David
Center at Hana.
Mr. David Conter, who has retired
from tho management of Hnua plan
tation, Maui, was tho rocipiout last
week of remarkable ovidonces of
esteem from tho mechanics and
laborers of tho estato. Ono evouiug
the men formed in procession, with
tho baud at their head, and marched
to tho house of tho retiring mali
nger. Thoro thoy found Mr. aud
Mrs. Contor, Mr. Gjordrum tho now
mnuager, Mr. S. Louisson of the firm
of M. S. Urinbaum & Co., and tho
plantation book-koopor and his wife.
Tho engineer prosontod Mr. Con-
tor, on behalf of tho employees
with a gold watch and chain
furnished to ordor by Mr. Thos.
Lindsay of Honolulu. Thou tho
donors remained somo two hours
with the hosts, while tho band
played outside aud natives sang
Hawaiian songs. At tho close oi
tho seronado tho procession form
ed again and marched off, tho baud
playing, "Tho girl F loft behind mo."
On tho evening of the 27th iust. a
big luau was given in farewell to
Mr. Center. Had ho consonted throo
or four lunus would have boon made
iu his honor. Tho Japanese, Portu
guese and uativos wanted to get off
tho day the steamer was to take Mr.
Center and family away, so as to
escort them in procession with band
music down to tho lauding. A pri
vate lottor from which the foregoing
particulars have been gleaned pays,
"Hana has lost a very popular man
aud tho Hana plantation has lost
the best manager that has ovor been
ARREST OF MUNG YAO.
The Alleged Murderer of Hoo Ap
prehended in Hamakua.
Liung Yao, the murderer of Long
Hoon Hoo, was brought to town on
tho steamer Waialealo from Hama
kua yesterday morning. The man
was captured at Honokaa by Deputy
Sheriff Scott, through information
furnished by some of tho prisonor's
acquaintances. It transpires that
the man killed his victim on Satur
day night and remained by the mill
until earl morning, when he walked
along the track into town. He re
mained with some friends until
Tuesday, when he left for Hawaii,
intending to hide there. All the
time the police were looking for him
iu the Waianae hills, Yao was in
Hamakua. Shortly after he was
brought to tho Police Station yes
terday, he accused two of his coun
trymen as accomplices, alleged that
the assisted him in killing Hoo.
Detective Larson was despatched to
Ewa aud returned with Yap Yit and
Youg Chung, au elderly Chinese
and a boy. According to Liung Yao
the boy stabbed the Chinaman be
fore ho fired the two shots. Tho
old man was at the time watching
at the window.
The alleged murderer, who was
unaware that his shots had taken
effect, was a former employee of tho
murdered man, and knew that he
had considerable mono' hidden in
RACE WITHIN THE MYRTLES.
Two Green Crews to Contest for a
Since nothing more has been
hoard of the contemplated return
match between tho Myrtles aud
Healanis, the members of the former
club have arranged a match between
what they call "greenhand crows."
A forfeit of $h each was put up by
J no. Wright aud Win. Harris as the
captains of two crews of the Myrtle
boat club who will row iu the six
oared boats Alice M. and Stranger.
The race which will be for a supper
at the Arlington will bo rowed in
the harbor at 4:30 o'clock Saturday
afternoon, and the course will be to
and around the spar buoy back to
the can buo' in the harbor. The
following "greenhand crows" will
participate in the event:.
Alkie M. Ruby Dexter, stroke;
William Harris, captain; Potrie, Gil
bert. W. Lylo, X. Halsteacl. Sam.
Stkanoeii Geo. Harris, stroke;
Johnny Wright, captain; Willie
Wilder, Percy Lisiunan, D. Crozier,
E. Konkou. Unknown, coxswain.
The crows will commence to train
this evening, aud it is expected it
will bo an exciting eveut. Only
two of the crows havo ovor been in a
MEN WAITING FOR PA.
They Had Toiled on the Contract to
Float the Miowora.
About thirty laborers gathered iu
the vicinity of the Post Ollico Satur
day afternoon and aiaiii early this
forenoon. Thoy wauled to see
A. McDowall, tho unsuccessful con
tractor for the lloating of the Mio
wora. Tho mou had boon employed
by McDowall on tho stranded steam
er and had not been paid for their
work. .McDowall showed up this
morning, when a short aud sharp
parley ensued. A man known as
''Hilly" proposed to string McDowall
up to a yard-arm. McDowall es
caped and sought thu Mnrhnl's
olhce, the gang following iu a body.
Thu Marshal placed McDowall under
police protection and thodiscoiutitod
employees were dispersed, after a
promise that the Marshal would
look into tho matter. About noon
McDowall walked out and returned
to his homo. The men wore told
that thoy would bo paid at 2:!M)
o'clock thk afternoon. They woro
engaged to receive twice as much
in caitt of success as they would got
if the olfort to float tho steamship
failed, Some wore to got .fit a day
IMtlUl., tJWII.U ,,UIU tW hu '1' M
- ir .i,0 ,!()tnict succeo.lod
Two men in a boat at the Clau
dine wharf this afternoon speared a
largo-si.od fish that resembles a
long-nosed skate. There was a
struggle under the water for it fow
seconds and tho lish got free, while
sumo slight damage in uotiuoublo
on tho upear.
ttra. A. It. Allen
20 Miles from a Doctor
But Hood's Saraaparilln was
Equal to tho Emorgoncy
Flcurtay, GhtUn and Fever IfUJe
Leg Perfect Cure.
"After my baby was born I got Into vory seri
ous condition, having plaurlsy, chill and fever,
gradually developing Into in Ilk leg. We lire SO
miles from a phyiti'lan ami did not know what
to dp. Finally nf Irr a Krcal deal of anffer
! I began to take IIood'A Rarinparllla and
when I was uilug Uie third bottle I could lee
It Was Doing Me Cood.
I continued with another bottle, and recovered
so rapidly that now I mul gd hralta. I
Hood's '.'- Cures
cordially recommend It as a good medicine."
Mns. A. M. Ai.i.e.v, Terry, Washington.
Hood's Pills cure all Uvcr Ills, Itllloua.
ness. Jauudlce, Indigestion. Sick Headache.
HOBRON, NKWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
A T THK ANNUAL MEETING OF
Jrx. the stockholders of the Waianae
uanv. held tuts uate. tne followine
gentlemen were utily elcoteu to serve as of
ficers for the ensuing year:
H. A. Widemann President.
G. N. Wilcox Vice-President.
('. O. Bergor tiecr-tary and Treasurer.
J. M. Dowsett Auditor.
0. O. UKitOEU, Secretary.
Honolulu, Oct. UU, lsju. MWHw
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C1KUTIFICATK OF DEPOSIT NO. SI 43
on Bi.shop it Co. for tklr Payment
stopped. All persons are cautionod against
negotiating it. Return to j
Si!7-3t IilSHOl' it CO.
fi CHANG TAK WILL BUY FROM
Mce Fung Co. the lease for the unox-
piied term of the block of buildings situate
on the northeast corner of King and Ke-
kaulike street, on Nov. 10, t&!i.'t, at the
store of Mee Fung At Co., after which date
the said Ng Chang Tak will not be respon
sible for any debt attncheii to said lease.
NO OHANO TAK..
Honolulu, Oct: 'J8, lew. 8(i'-3t
Sans Souci Hotel
If anyune desire mwh nlii-j'tmliioin'il
thirty an lovely urenery, rnrf, ;jui" air,
clear sea water, good food, and heavenly
sunsets huny out before his eyis over
the Pacific and the distant hills of Wai
anae, I recommend him lonlially to the
HOHKitr LuiJiH sri:vi:.xsnA
Notice to Tenants!
NOTIOK IS HEREHY (UVKN TO Aid.
itrsons living as tenants on lands be
longing to the Estate of the late King Kala
kaua, as well as on lauds belonging to the
undersigned ami those of David Kan ana
nakoa aud J. Kaluuianaole, for which ar
rangements have been mad between them
aud Mr. J. I'aakaula, that payments of
rent must heieafter be made lo 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 als'i the wish of the under
signed to meet und confer with tenunts on
the llrstday of every month for six months,
beginning October 1(1, lbUI, and ending
April 111. 18!) L
t& Otllcrf at llouuakalm.
Honolulu, Oct. Ill, ISO). K'rfi-lm
DO TOU SEW ?
People who buy Sewing Ma
oliiiio.s usuully wunt tlio ono
which in addition to being light
running and simple in its mecha
nism jsornuniontal. Tho"Wer
thoim" onjoys the distinction of
boing not only tho least tiresome
to the operator hut is tho most
superbly finished of any sowing
machine in tho market. Tho
tables are of polished wood in
laid in beautiful designs. The
holt upon which light fahricb
aro prone to cittcli is ontiroly
coiicoaiuu, n nun mo u ptiiuin j
foot ri'st which ladius will lind
iudisjicnsihlo, Tho huad of tho
machine is arranged upon, what
is practically, a double taldo so
that it may ho removed in a
moment and tlio tool power ills- i
carded. The tables huvu hand
some envoi's and deep roomy I
drawers containing a inn line oi
attachments, for which when
buying other makes of sewing!
machines vou umuiIIv pav extra.
Prices of the "Wurtheim"
Sewing Machine vary according
to size and finish, and will he
furnished on application
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE COMPANY,
I tilt K IVKKIM.V
..iliiu ltuiulliiif Matter.
1 uniusol IliUireitlliK Huadllitt Matter.
leUndi.ti; nmilfd m (iiihIkii xiunUlni,$a.
IS THE BEST
perfectly solid inside of twenty
Forms a durable
and ela-tle, not a brlt-
Retains Its gloss longer than any other
KcMst9 the action of acids and alknlli-s
better than any oilier oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With tho addition of Litharge, yields a
hard surface, suitable for Moors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground iu
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. '
I Added fo varnish greatly improves the
I 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 oil.
Can be added to linseed oil mid it will
greatly improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
By actual tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use..
Un Lucoi. in every respect in (he
same manner us you would linseed
oil, with Uu' single exception that you
may add fully one-nuarter more, Lu
coi. to the same quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
Iu using metallic. Venetian led, the
, ochres, and other dty pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the paint tit least
I one day before it is to be usVil, then
add a tliiid inoie I.l'COL aud the paint
will be found to cos'er well and have
a good gloss.
NEVRK USK JAPANS.
Where lulrd surfaces such as Hours,
steps, etc., are required use lilh.irge
only, never use Jup.uis.
UICOL MIXES WITH VAR
NISHES and assists their working and im
proves their appearance iiut ihkv
SHOULD IK USKl) samk day thky AltK
MIXKU, otheiwise thu gum of the var
nish may lie precipitated or the mix
The addition of from to of Lu
coi. to varnishes docs not reduce then
lu-tre nor retard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
To Lot or Iiease.
ROOMS TO LET.
rpWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR (1KN
JL tleinen at No. I Garden l.anc. MUtf
Cottages on corner of
fori aim scuooi mreeis.
Aimlv on the iiremises. or
at Frank lirown's store, Merchant Street.
XTKW HOUHK OK FIVE
1A rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. C. etc. Commands
one of the llnest views iu Honolulu. Apph
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
7 VA1.UAIH.E PIECES OF
I improved Property, located
In dillerent pai t of the City of
Honolulu; all bargalusi Apply
for full nartieulars to
HRUi'E A- A. J. CAMTWIUOHT.
rpHE RESIDENCE AND
X Lot situated on Wll
der's Avenue, below l.una
lllo Home, and owned bv
the undersigned, Is fur sale on advantage
ous terms. Apply to
At W. H. I.uce, Merchant Kt.
JL Premise'- npiiositc the
(H'c'iiiiic'il b Mr
Crelghtou. The grounds are snacious
ell shaded with Ornamental aud Fruit
Trees; uulv a minute's walk to Tniinuaxn.
The Iluildfngs will be put In thurougbre.
pair to suit the wishes of n good tenant.
For further patlicuhtr, apiih to
Trustee for Mrs. Mur b. I.evev,
Real Estate Agency.
No. 010 Fort Street.
TO i"M LET.
I House on
1 House on
I btoro under the "Arlington
I Ktore on Nuiianu stiuit.
'i Houses on llerelanla street
U ileuses oil Fortstlei't,
House and Ut
on llerelanla trcet near
Lot 'Al feet frontage and
HI) lent iluun.
Resldeiicu on (Iermaulu street.
U, K. HOAllDMAN,
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,"
BSO ir"ort Strfot, Honolulu.
Robinson Block, Hotol Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AH KXTENMVK ASSORTMENT OK
i 1 f.t-:?
If !-,si-:r -
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OK DAMAOED GOODS KEPT ON HAND '
OIIDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotol Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
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IsL. 3- LEVY
7 5 .FORTJ STREET
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARRED IN THE WINDOW.
AT THK FAMOUS STORE OK
B. IE EHLBRS &c GO.
SOQ It 611 FOK.T STRHJEIT.
Oanton "Weisiti Falorios !
A hiindsoine Cotton Fabric. New Htyles this season; the cll'ects are fau-siiulles f t'htua
Silks, to sei t In-ill means to appreciate them.
:m:.a.:r.tx S-AuTeehsts i
Hllk liiiish just out, reul French designs are thu llnest and thu crate of the sensou
Oashmere Statolimos SO O exits Yard. I
One of the handsomest Wash Materials this season entirely new aud
for the price has no eipial
Wliite Lawns and Dimity I
Iu Plain, ritriped ami Checked iu great variety,
AT Dreunuddng Under the Management 0 MRS. REMNER. Jt3
Royal Insurance Company
''The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892,
Fire rtKki on ull kinds of Insurance I'rupertv Uiieu at I'urrrnt Hlnkn b)
J. S. WALKER,
Ayrnt for lh llwlltli Ulud,
of New Goods !
Etc, Etc., Etc.
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