Newspaper Page Text
OAHO RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNK 1. IHIM.
To Ewa Mti.i..
LOCAL AND GENEBAL NEWS, j SEABOHINO FOR THE MIOWEBA.
J. Senbttry is tho collector for the
Leave Peurl Oltv,
Airlvu Ewu Mill.
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:13 3:43
l4?nve Pearl Ulty 0:55 11:15 4:13
Arrive Honolulu ,...7:30 ll:6! 4:55
A. Saturdays only.
0. Sundays uxcopied.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Two largo rooms and a kitchen on
Fort street aro to lot.
Dlntuoiid Head, 8 p. in. Weather
cloudy, wind fresh northeast.
Inquirios Mado at Islands on
Way by tho Warrlmoo.
Mr. 12. II. F. Woltors, of this ally,
nil iiriuul nn I Im fi. A. S. S. Wnrrlmno
to-day from a visit to his former j
homo in bvunoy. Mr. woltors look-
Hood'sOures WHY LUCOL
Even When Called Incurable
Torrlblo Solgo-Sclntlc Rhoumotlam
I ...I ... i I .. ...1 l.l,l At. .! 1. ...!... I 1 1
Engine Company No. 2 had drill ,,5, trfu v'rv muoh "The oulv thlnL '
on Punchbowl stroot this morning. I "" "i1' ?'i "1U.k.i. . in ILl i I
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
IIV 1. J. 1VONH.
s 3 - P
j if S. f 5
n- c - B
a'S s r
4 iJ a !5 5 H!
s --."a : ?
. II. III. 11.111. I). Til. 11.111.
311 S A M X). .1 :io ,. . (I
31 !l IS5 1(1 311' 4 2C' 1 ill' (I
1 10 . u 4o, n 40 2 40,
2 11 '25 .... ! ; li 4 15 II
11.111. 11.111. I '
II u 111) 0 3(1' 8 0 0 'JO II 4 fl --M
1 1 10 2 0, 8 10 7 II' 11 ' n 22
1 SI 2 10 2 30, (1 20 H 0 fl .1 5 22
2 .1 2S1I I
:i a 24 .. ,
.1 n 21 0
4 fl 2.1 1
Lust mirier of tlio inuiiii on t lie :11st, utoh.
loiu. i. in.
Time Will st lu blows ut III. '.'Sin. 34s. 11.111. of
Honolulu tlniL', which Is thu niitiio us 121i. 0111,
0. of Uieuuwlcli time.
THE BAIL! BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, OCT. 31, 189:5.
Titksiiw, Out. 31.
CASS Wurrlmoo, Arundell. rum tin
Colonies Sehr Molwahinc from Koliolali'le
Tukmiiay, Oct. 31.
Stiur Claudinefor lvuhulni, Keanue, Hauu,
Hamou, Kipuhuhi, Nuu, I'uuuliuu, Kit-
kaiau and Ookuln ut 5 11 111
Mmr Iwulani (or Nawiliwlli, Kolou, Elecle,
Malcawcli.Waimea und Kekuhu ill 5 pin
Stmr W U Hall for Luhuinu, Muuluc-u,
K01111, Kau mill Volcano ut 10 11 in
Stmr C K Bishop for Nawiliwili, Huuuuiu-
ulu, Kiluuea, Kalihhvui and Hanulei
at o p in
Stuir Knulii for Wuiunue, Wuialuu, Moku-
loia, Kahuku and l'tinultui ut 'J 11 in
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
CASS Warrinioo, Arundel, for Victoria,
Jap S S Miikc Muru, Thump-on, for
Yokohama at 2 p 111
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Sehr. Moi Wuhine 'JOTiO bugs sugur.
Tho S. S. Australia will bo duo
from tho Coast 011 Saturday morn
ing. Mr. llowlaud will hold a ".spiritu
al" mooting at Arion hall this ovoii
iug. Tho V. G. band will play at tho
Hawaiian Hotol this ovoning at :'M
Tenders for two woodon pontoons
aro mvitou py Messrs. I lioo. 11.
Davios ife Co. '
Tho police will hold thoir semi- ,
weekly drill on Palaco Squaro to- i
morrow morning. I
Tho S. S. Warrinioo will rosunio
her trip to Vancouver, 13. C, at 8
o clock to-morrow morning.
On board tho S. S. Warrinioo is
a pair of goodsi.cd Australian
ostriches going to Vancouver for
Mrs. Dr. Longshoro-l'otts and Dr.
Chas. Harrison wero in Adelaide at
latest accounts. They wero shortly
to leave for India.
it is reported to-day that Marshal
Hitchcock had resigned. Enquiry
at headquarters proved the rumor
to bo without truth.
To-day being tho last day in the
month tho Govornmont employees
wore paid, and in couscquouco aro
in a happy-frame of mind.
Tho Puuahou football team wont
out for a two hours' practice this
afternoon. Tho Honolulus will join
them iti practice to-morrow.
The U. S. S. Philadelphia is re
coaling. Ninety tons will bo taken
aboard, Commodore SiiuonsoiiV
scows doing tho transportation.
On Saturday last a Portuguese
driving into town from Xuuanu val
ley in a wagon ran into the bus,
scaring tho mules. Xu dauiuge was
Tho Myrtle '"gr-'eu" crews have be
gun training for their race 011 Satur
day afternoon. They worn out yes
terday evening in tho Alice M. and
Tho placing in position of one of
the large oloclric poles at the corner
of Fort, and King streets this after
noon riveted the attention of a largo
uninbor of people.
The ropes, blocks, chains, etc., be
longing to Mr. McDowall's appara
tus in use on tho Miowora, were
brought ashore yesterday afternoon
and placed on the P. M. S. S. wharf.
we passengers didn't like was tho
trip coming down among tho differ
ent islands, inquiring whether tho
Miowora had been soon. We asked
the natives if they had soou any
wreckage or whito pooplo around
tho islands lately, and thoir reply
being in tho uogativo there was
union anxiety as to tho Bteamor's
fate. Tho only telegram received in
the Colonies was on the morning of
Oct. 18th, to tho effect that tho
Miowora had not arrived at Hono
lulu. As wo came along wo fired
cannons ami rockots nearly every
day. Tho Warrinioo bohaved splen
didly, steaming against tho current
and making botweon 'MO and 8G0
miles a day. She quickly mado up
time lost in tho search. We wero
much surprised whon wo saw tho
missing steamer piled up on tho roof
outside tho harbor, a place wo didn't
expect to seo her.''
Several of tho passengers on
learning that tho S. S. Australia
left this port on Oct. 11th and ar
livetl in San Francisco on the 17th,
blamed tho cable for their "wild
goose" chase among the islands.
Instead of the cablegram reading
"had not arrived at Houolulu," it
should have boon "on tho reef at
In connection with the remarks
of tho passengers, tho following
items from a Sydney paper of tho
18th tho day the Warrinioo sailed
aro of interest :
"The R. M. S. Miowora is overdue
at Vancouver from Sydney, and it is
believed that her machinery has
broken down, and that sho is mak
ing for San Francisco under sail."
"London, Oct. 17. Mr. James
Huddart, interviewed with reference
to the steamer Miowora, of tho Sydney-Vancouver
line, said ho had tho
fullest confidence in the ability of
Captain Stott, but he now keenly
feels tho need of a Pacific cable,
and is anxiously awaiting news of
The S. S. Australia hence with
t he Miowora's passengers arrived at
Sau Francisco at midnight ou tho
17th, so that it would hardly be pos
sible with tho difference in tituo to
have got news to Sydney of the
position of the Miowora before tho
sailing of tho Warrinioo.
IS THE BEST
This Space is Reserved
tiud I'lu-tlc, not 11 hrlt-
Itr. Arthur Stinon
Ot Galatea, Ohio,
, Drina perfectly enllil hiiltle
Kornis a durable
I Itetulns Its gloss longer tlinu any other
Itcslsts thu uctluu ot acids and alkulli-s
( better than any other oil.
J Kiowa freely trum the brush without run
1 iitii and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, lclda a
hard surface, suitable for floors, steps, etc.
1 Mixes readily with pigments ground in
oil in paste form.
Announcement of New Goods !
Brings out the real shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is n solvent (or the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly Improves the
1 working of the varnlsl
They said I was Incurable, the doctor!
did, hut the result has proven that Hood's Kar
tap.vllla was able 10 cure. I had Scliitlu
ltlieumtuitm and was confined to my bed six
months. Three, physicians Old nut help me and
I Was Clvon Up to Dlo
When I was In this terrible condition, unable
to more hand arfool, I he;in to t.kke Hood's I Does not darken white lead or any
Barsapnrllla. Tlio first dottle li.-wl a llttlo el- 1 cuio colors.
feet, and while taking the second, I cabled 10 ., , , , ., .. ,,
rapidly that 1 could sit up In my ciiulr. My sys- ' Has greater body than uny other oil.
tern had been so run duv. 11 by other medicine, i.,i, ii,ii i., ....,,,..,. ,1,.,,,
that It took me quite a whllo to recuperate. y Kcmiires one-third Ikbs pigment than
the time I had taken four bottles ot Hood's Bar- ' other oil.
saparllla. Irould wnlknrsund, and now, asl p u. ,i,i..,i ,,. n ,.,i ,.11 ...,.t I. ,in
have talion six bottles, I nm cured and can ; Cl" b.e ndded to iiisued oil and it will
do a good day's work. I do not feel I can praise greatly improve the linseed.
Mstrtirl'c fiai-conafilla Can be thinned with turpentine.
enough." Annum Snios, Galatea, Ohio.
HOOD'S PlLLB ' ! ' ttrs)Jnnr
nils. ! dlgeitlon. cure bttduhc Try a box.
HOMtON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
rpK.VDERS AUK 1NV1TKD KOK TUB
JL conatrnction of two Wooden IN -moons,
in accordance with plans and specillcatious
to be seen at the olhce of thu undersigned.
No guarantee is given that the lowest or
any tenner will oe accepted
t u c-i u n
October 30th, IMKl".
DAVIES A CO
From Sydney per K M S S Warrinioo,
Oct 31 Oapt McArtlmr, Messrs Curtis, lie
Adoo, Diet., Mr and Mrs Byrne and
family, A Miller, E Welters, Miss Shields.
T Wineberg, E Kroglo, Mrs I.ulhaui, H
Wray, W Mason, J Cumnock, J hidden, A
Juckson, Mrs Fogurty, Mr and Mis. l'earcc
and family, H Dunn, J Dunn, It bnedden,
D Allan, W Wyburn, T I) Uoudmau and 11
For Wuiunue and Waiulun per s-tinr Ku
ala, Oct 31-J 1) Holt, Wm Holt, Mrs O
Stillman, Miss S Houghtuiling, Miss Meek,
7 on deck und 31 Juiiune.se laborers.
For Mnui and Hawaii per stuir W (J
Hull, Oct 31 For Volcano: J Gundall,
Miss Oauiiull, Albert (landull, Dr Hiiz
und L M Tuylor. Wuy ports: Miss I.u
hapa, Julian Monsurrut, Jus U ltovd, A
Gillillan. A Cockburu, J Knelumuku'le, 30
deck anil 3lj Japanese laborers.
Vessels in Port.
The mail by the K. M. S. S. War
rinioo will clo.so at the lt Ollice
at 6 o'clock to-morrow morning.
Tho registered mail will close at 7
o'clock this evening. For the con
venience of tho public tho Post
Office will remain open until 8
A Portuguese boy mounted on a
horse ran into Mr. T. F. Lansing's
brake yesterday evening at t ho corner
of Berotauia and Punchbowl streets.
The ocoupant of tho brake, a small
boy, escaped injury, while tho shafts
of the brake wore broken and tho
horse was knocked down. Tho Port u
guese boy and his horso sustained
Kitchen at 103 Fort Street. srawit
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL
U S S Philadelphia, Barker, from Cullao,
UBS Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
S 8 Mioweru, Stott, from Svdney
Am bgtne W G Invln, Williams, fiom San
Haw bk It I' Kithet, Morrison, Ironi Sau
lJr sehr Norma, Mucquurrie, from Yoko
hama Am sehr Itobert Lowers, from l'ort Gam
ble Am sehr Transit, Jorgensen, from San
Am sehr Aloha, Dahcl, fiom San r'lan-
Hawu bk It P Kithet, Morrison, from Sau
iluw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from San
Nor ship lloaconslield, Bustiauscu, from
Newcahtlo, N S W
Or bk J C J'llugor, Wolters. from Bremen
Am Yacht Tolna, Wlchmun, from San
Am sehr OS Holmes, Johnson, from Port
Am fik Matilda, Swenseu, from Departure
Am bktne Klikitut, Cutler, from Port
The bark Matilda is discharging her coal
at the P. M. 8. S. wharf.
The It. M. S. Wuriiinoo arrived from
Sydney at 10:30 o'clock this morning. A
report of her voyage appears elsewhere.
The burkeiitine Klikitut which was
moored on arrival yostciduy at tho C'hiu
dlne wharf, has been moveil over to tho
now Fort street wharf, in the berth re
cently occupied by thu schooner Itobert
The steamer Mikahaia Is moored at
Biewer's whurf. Tho ropairs thut liuvo
bton sturted on her is stilt In progress.
('apt. Chancy expects 10 resume woik a
wcok iroiu lo-iiuy, tuklng his usual rmilo
Harry Dunn, tho well known New
Zealand wiestlor, is a pansniigor on
the S. S. Warrinioo, ou his way to
Vancouver, B. C. From Vancouver
ho will proceed direct to San Fran
cisco, whore ho will issue an open
challenge to wrestle any man in the
world, mixed styles, for a side wager
and tho best purse obtainable.
Dunn look in tho sights around the
Messrs. A. Whito and Ed. Hopkins
will open new billiard parlors in tho
Arlington block, Hotel street, this
evening. They have three pool aud
two carrom tables nearly new, and
all overhauled by Mr. 11 owe. The
fitting up of electric lights is being
pushed this afternoon. Being woll
equippod and airy, the Arlington
billiard parlors are bound to bean
attractive resort for lovers of the
ball and cue.
Two natives who wore curious to
know what kind of stuff that coral
at Brewer's wharf was made of, wnt
over to the ond of tho dredge pipe
to-duy and failed to seo any sign of
tlio coral .coming. Tho men were
sure before going over that the
suction pipe from tho dredge was
resting ou the spot where the blast
ing operations took place the other
day, but they failed to see anything
but clear water going out at the
Fair Division of Light.
Hosidonts on the uiipor side of the
plains wonder why tuoir street elec
tric lights are no late in being turned
on nuu so early in being turned oil.
Men Waiting to be Paid Crew of
the Vessel to Come Ashore.
Mr. Arthur McDowall, who took
tho contract to float off tho S. S.
Miowora, has uot yet paid his om
ployeos, and several of thorn havo
boon heard to use threatening words
regarding him. It is reported that
McDowall promised to pay the men
at 2:80 o'clock yesterday afternoon
but did not fulfil his promise. It
appears that all the materials used
by McDowall iu his attempt to get
the steamer off were borrowed from
seven or eight different parties in
It was said early this morning
that tho crow belonging to the
steamer wore going to leave some
time to-day. Captain Stott, accord
ing to tho report, had offered them
$1 a day aud found. This they would
Distribution of Immigrants.
Tho following is a list of the
number of Japanese immigrants to
bo seut to various plantations by the
different vessels leaving this day:
By the steamer Kaala, for tho Wai
anao Suurar Co., 25 men and (
women; per steamer W. G. Hall, for
the Hutchinson Sugar Plantation,
2!) men and 7 women; per stmr
Claudiue, for Paia Sugar Plantation,
10 111011 aud 10 women; Haiku Sugar
Co., JiO men and 7 women; Ookala
Sugar Co., 40 moii anil 10 women;
KtiK.'iiau Sugar Plantation, 27 men
and (i women; per steamer Waialo
ale, for Houokaa Sugar Co., 27 mou
and 7 women; Pacific Sugar Mill, f!$
men and IB women; per steamer
Iwalaui, for Hawaii Sugar Co., 58
men aud 1-1 women; H. P. Faye tV
Co., 15 men aud 1 women; Koloa
Stmar Co., 25 men aud l women.
of the Wainuau
Company, held this date, the following
gentlemen wore duly elected to serve as of
ficers for the ensuing car:
H. A. Widemann President.
O. N. Wilcox. . . Vice-President.
C O. Berger Seer-dary und Treasurer.
J. M. Dowsett , . . .Auditor.
C. (). UK KG Kit, Secretary.
Honolulu, Oct. 30, ls!t.!. Mis-hv
Ilv actual tests, bus outlasted the best
Therefore, is the best pulnt oil ever manufactured.
Direction for Use.
Uco Litcoi, in every respect in the
same manner us you would linseed
oil, with the single exception thittyuu
inuy add fully one-quarter more Lti-
- ;oi. to tlio Mtiun quantity of pigment
' I huu you would of linseed.
In using; metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is?
advisable to mix up the paint ut least
, one day before it is to be used, then
' add 11 tbiid more Lt'coi. and the puint
will he found to cover well and have
j a good gloss.
NKVKK USK JAPANS.
Where hard surfaces such ax Hows,
I steps, etc., are requited Use litharge
1 only, never use Japans.
LUCOL MIXES WITH V.Wt-NI.SHES
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,"
6Sao Fort Stroiat, tionol-ulvx.
NEW FUTURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery a Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN EXTKNK1VK ASSOKTMKNT UK
IKKTIKICATE OF DEPOSIT NO.
VJ on Bishon A Co. tor 3ii. Payment
stopped. All pei sons 111 e cautioned against
negotiating it. Return to
Nii-.it uianor .v i 11.
Notice to Tenants I
und assists their working and im
proves their appearance nt'T Tiinv
SHOULD UK USKI) SA.MK DAY TIIKY AUK
MIXKl), otherwise thu gum of the var
nih may lie precipitated or the mix
The addition of from $ to of Lu
ooi. to varnishes duos not reduce their
lu tre nor retard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking
NOTICE IS HBHKBY GIVBN TO ALL
persons living ns tenants on lands be
longing to the Estate of the late King Kulu-
xana, as won as on lanus neionginj; to tuc-
xas?!s ! Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
rangemeiits have been made between them ,
and Mr. J. Paakaula. that navnients of ' i0.-tf
rent mnst 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
tnum. it is ais the wish 01 the miner
To Lot or Lease.
tet.-1 j 1 v "WTJvy-iC
: ; Tr'ZlZ-JL iTZi3i.i av
Etc, Etc, Etc
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OK DAMAGED GOOD3 KEPT ON HANMl
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street .
BELL TELEPHONE 51J5. -BOk fM MUTUAL TELEPHONE U.
signed to meet and confer with tenants ou
the tlrstdny of ovry month for six mouths,
beginning October 10, IMH, and ending
April 1, 18!lt.
CSF Ollice at Hnnunkaha.
Honolulu, Oct. lit, 18!l.t. hiin
BOOMS TO LET.
rpWO FURNISHED BOOMS F015 GKN
X tlemen at No. 1 Uurden Lane. Mi-tf
"Sans Souci" Hotel i g
iNE OF THItKK NEW
, J fi
ottages on corner of
ami acnooi otrcets
"Waikiki, : :
pply on the premises, or
. Prank Brown's store, Mei
to ports on Kauai
The schooner Moi Wuhine arrived this
morning with 'AXVl bugs of sugur from Hu
uiukua, und during thu duy the cargo was
transferred to tho burk Andrew Welch.
tJhc will U-uvo again for Koholulelu 011
Thursday next ut :t p. 111.
Catarrh in tho Head
Is undoubtedly a disease of tho
iilood, aud as situh only a reliable
blood purifier can effect a perfect
aud poriiiiiuout cure, Hood's Sar
napanlla is tho best blood purifier,
and it has cured many very severe
eases of catarrh. Catarrh often
times loads to consumption, Take
Hood's Sarsaparllla bufoie it is too
Hood's Pills do not purge, iiaiu or
gripe, but not promptly, easily and
efficiently. 25c. '
A Club Argumont.
A Portuguese named Antono and
a native got into an altercation near
lirower s wharf this morning as to
the ownership of a horse-blanket.
To enforce his claim tho Portuguese
picked up a billet of algeroba wood
aud struck the other over the head.
The visitation caused an abrasion
which the native thought would bo
sullicient evidence that au assault
had been made on him. He com
menced to call "Haul inl" until his
cries attracted tho attention of the
man in blue, who was nothing loth
iu escorting Antono to tho Polico
Station. Antono was charged with
tihsault aud battery, and his friends
had to put up 25 bail for his
If nnynnt tUxire nxirh iilil-jiiiliionpd
thing nn lovi'ly xcenrry, iiVf , purr air,
(11if apn iiuilnr ntrt fnutl mill ..., i'.))i
iu4i, hung out before hh eye every ' ,eo' tl,e fl,1;' ews '" ""j''m! Vl;A'y
evrniiiy over iir uuijir, nun imc: ujiurfi 1
hilln it Wuiunue, I recommend him cor
dially to the "Sunn Souei."
IIOIIEHT LOUIS STEVr.StinS.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W. C, etc. Commands
BEAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
laL. S. TSETVT
7 f) PORT STREET ' ( f)
T. A. SIMPSON,
DO YOU SEW ?
People, who buy Sewing
chines usuully want the
7 VALUABLE PIECES OF
I Improved Property, located
in dillcrcut parts of the City of
Honolulu; all bargains. AppU
for full particulars to
BltlVK A A. J. CA IITWIUGHT.
'PHE RESIDENCE AND
X Lot situated ou Wil-
der's Avenue, below Luua-
u'hii.li in iirldilinn in beiiiir liirlif lilo Homo, and owned hy
. . , . ., , . the undersigned, is for sale ou udvantuge-
1 mining unit niuijue in n.i iiiuvimi- 1 uus icnns. Appiv to
junn I'l.u?. a.mji..,
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
Lepers Beturn Thnnks,
Thorn was only an hour of light in
tho early part of last night. The
tumuli. I11 1 tn r nlfimr Hi, rut iinin kI root
.V....U ....... ...w..n ... "" j
aro 1011 111 uariiiie.ss, wiuie 1110.se
along King street are backing in
light. If a scarcity of water is the
cause of diminishing tho illumina
tion, the people 011 tho upper side
think those below should take their
turn in doing without light.
Huutouud by Bough Trontmuut.
Tho coronet's jury to inquire into
Mr. Carl Widemann, foreman of
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2, late
t 1 volunteer Fire Department, has re
ceived an acknowledgment from the
lepers on Molokai for about 80,
donated to their charity fund by the
company. It was money contributed
by busbies, men to No 2 for horses,
but which tho donors refused to take
back whon the volunteer Depart
ment was abolished, aud tho mom
hers decided to send it to tho lepers.
The whole fund was nearly $NXIand
tho Mib.iciilwrs ou being consulted
olod for different objects souin
Poll i-.i.ul rmidiimd n verdict veslnr- ' savini.' to "sfivn It to the boys
day afternoon, that the "deceased I and tho amount above named fell to
came to his death by an abscess, the 1 tho lepers.
res 1 a 01 core nro so 111.11 men 111:111s
ry to iikj
the death ol the Uliiuamnu 011 Uie
said death having been hastened by
rough treatment received at the
liaudrtof Stephen Von Beig." It is
understood that nothing will be
done to Von Hurg, as the Chitiumttn
provoked thu uvuult.
Christopher Columbus was fined
10 shillings iu tho Water Police
Court of Sydney tho other day, Ho
must have thought thou ho made
a mistake iu discovering Australia,
Chris, boloutfod to Fiji,
nisin isorntinionlnl. The "Win1-j
thciin" enjoys the disjunction of'
being not only the least tnosonio
ti the operator but is the most
superbly linislied of uny sewing
machine in the market. The
tables tire of polished wood in
laid in bountiful designs. The
belt upon which light fubrics
are prone to cutuli is entirely
concealed. It bus also a patent
foot rest which ladies will find
indispensiblc. The head of the
machino is arranged upon, what
is nracticallv. a double table so
that it may be removed in a
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 othei niakrfo of sewing
mauluiies you usually pay extra.
Pric.CB of the "Woftheitn"
Hewing Machine vary according
to rtixc aud linish, and will be
furnished on application
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE COMPANY,
f'piIK WEEKLY l7ui7l7KTiN-ia COL
JL uiunaul lntoreilliiK Headline Mutter.
liUiidi.Mi inalii'd Ui lot-luuoounliin,6.
1 S'2I am At W. H. Luce, Merchant .St.
X Premise opposite the
Makiki Reserve, recently
occupied i Mr. Churles
1 reightou. Tim grounds are Hiiueious, and
well sh'ided with Oruiimeiitiu and Fruit
only u minute's walk to Tramways,
linings win no put 111 uiorougii ic
pair to suit the ulshcsof a good tenant.
cor lurtimr particulars, uppn to
lUil'OK f AKTWltKIHT,
TnisU'o for Mrs. Miitn S. i.evev
Real Estate Agency
No. 010 Fort E
4 JM T-s,
tiermaiiiu strent $'JU per
Emma 8iiuire lift per
I House ou
I House 011
1 rilorc under thu "Arlington."
1 Store ou Nuuuuti street,
'i Houses on Berelaula street.
'i Houses oil Fort street.
House and I.01
ou Bertituulu street near
Init mi feet frontage und
HUIcit 1 ecu
Suwrul Pt dralilv Iteshleucea ut llrst
1 Residence oil Ooniiuillu street.
0. K. UOAUDMAN,
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OF
jb. if. :e:eil:e:r,s & oo.
BOS li 511 l"OK,T STR.H3H1T.
OarLton "VSTasla Falorios !
A handsome Col ton Kuhric; New Styles this eeuson; the etl'iiets are fuu-siiuiIcs,of (Jhttia
Silks; to see them means to appreciate them.
JLJEiXJ S Jk-TEElSrS !
liilk nuish just out; reul French designs uru the llnest anil Hie oruzo of the seusou
Oashniere SvLlDlirxaes SO Oeiats Ya.rci I
one 01 the liumleoiuobt Wush .Materials this season entirely new and
for the price has 110 eipial.
WT-iito Lawns and. IDimity I
In Plain, Striped and Checked lu great vurlety.
tV DresauiaidDg Under the Management oi MRS. RCNNEIL J&J
Royal Insurance Company
uThe Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 342,432,174.00
IV Fin risks on ml kinds ol InsuruiiCf Piopcrly uut-u at Currant RUki l
iyxtd 'or thi Hamllu UIkuUi.