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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KUOM AND AFTER JUNK 1, IS')'!.
To Kwa Mill
l.oHve Honolulu , . 8:45 1:45
Leave I'earl Ulty 0:30 2:30
Arrive Kwa Mill 0:57 2:67
l.uiivi' Kvwi Mill .
l.eavo I'uurl Olty.
. 0:21 10:43 3:13
.0:65 11:16 4:15
. 7:30 11:55 4:55
XOOAli AND GENERAL NEWS.
Col. S. Morris is iu town again.
notice appears in this
Satin clays only.
Siindnv s excepted.
Snturdnj s oxcopted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1893.
Kiitnw, Nov. 17.
Am bk Enoch Talbot, Itico, 31 da3 from
C'omox, 11 C
Stiur Wut.ilcalu from lvukuiliaelu
Btmr V G Hall fiom Hawaii mid Maul
fm n a v, Nov. 17.
Am bluno Kltkitat, Cutlei, for Port Town-
fctmr Walalualu for Kukulhicle and Hono
kau at 5 p in
VqsoqIb Leaving To-morrow.
Am bk Matilda, Swenscn, for Denartuic
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Jjiuu W G Hall .V7il bugs sugar, 100 hags
cullee, 2HI bags uwa, -'S hcail cattle, 1
horse, 31 bdls hides, and 75 nkgs sun
diics bi.hr Moi Wahlne 2100 bags sugar.
From Hawaii and Maui, per V (i Hull,
Nov 17 Kioiu Volcano: Gen Hogge, A v
fclicpaid, J ts.Uruoiuhead. Wax pons: K
S Dodge. V V Kennull, llisliot. Willi",
Heniy Martin, T K It Anialu, UolS Xorris,
t. A ('hoy, Y Akan.i, wife and children,
Miss Laliapa Kahoalii, and )' deck.
For Kukuihaelo, pel stmr Waialenlo,
Nov 17 H Kunjes and Kobt Catton.
For Port Townsend, per bktuo Klikitat,
Nov 17 Mra Herbert and 2 children
The buhooner Moi Wahinc will leave
again for Hamakuaon Monday next.
The bark Matilda is taking in ballast and
will sail to-morrow for Departure Hay,
The steamer J. A. Cnmmlns went nn tin.
Marine ltailvvaj yesturduv and c.iinu oil
The schooner Moi Wahiue brought 2100
b.igH of sugar fiom Hamakua yostcrduv.
The lot was transferred to the schooner
Transit this morning.
Captain Thompson, foimerly chief otlieer
of the Hteamer V. G. Hall, has been ap
pointed to the command of the bteamer
Kaala. The Kuala will again be re.ul foi
service next week.
The barkentino Wrestler, according to
the Auckland Times of the 18th ult., bound
to Honolulu from Depaitmo Day with coal
for the I. 1. S. N. Co.. put in at Ixml
Howe's island, the captain liavini: sustain
ed a broken rib.
The American bark Knoeh Talbot. dipt.
O. Rice, arrived this inoiningat 11 o'clotk,
31 days from Comox, 11. C, and docked at
the new Foit-btieet wharf. The captain
icports having had a pleasant passage,
light and medium winds onlv were experi
enced. She brought 1737 tons of coal for
the I. I. B. N. Co.
The H. M. S. 8. Alameda took the fol
low ing cargo yesterday for ban Francisco:
i uivmg ouuu, l steam
iion, li oioi'Ks, o
T. H. Davies A Co
Hps.feCo.; lOWdo., M S.Grinbaiim.tCo,
mj no., iyman llros. ; 3121x11s green hidis,
G. F. Waller; 150 uncus bananas, Chas.
Wilcox; 130 do., F. T. Porter; WI cto.,
Campbell, Marshall A Co.; 27 do., Y. Lum
Sing; 275 do., O. Lycurcus; 7(i do., Gun-
balvesifct'o.; 1 jikg jewelry, T. H. Davies
Lnhainn by tho Hall this aftomoon.
The V. G. Hall brought 100 bags
of colToo from Kona this aftomoon.
Diamond Hoad, 8 p. m. Weather
thick, raining, wind light northeast.
The P. G. band will givo a con
cert at Thomas Square tills evening.
Sovoral experienced hands at
dross-making are wanted by Mrs.
Throe visitors to the Volcano re
turned by the steamer W. G. Hall
The pile driver, "Rowell's pot,"
was righted 'syostorday afternoon
with the assistance of the dredgor.
'The S. S. Alameda took 2179 let
ters and 950 papers from tho Post
office for the Coast yesterday after
noon. Ladies shouldu't forget that a
solid silver hat. pin will be given, as
a souvenir, to all purchasers on
opening days at N. S. Sachs'.
A post at tho Oceauic wharf gave
way yesterday on tho departure of
tho S. S Alameda. Another has
been placed in position to-day.
A baseball nine from tho U. S. S.
Adams defeated a team from the U.
S. S. Philadelphia yesterday by a
score of 14. to 11. A return match is
The ropes and supporters used iu
hoisting tho electric light smoke
stack have been taken oil this after
noon. The cylinder is now firmly
established in its position.
In the October number of tho
Foresters' Advocate, a journal de
voted to the interests of tho Anciout
Order of Foresters, there is a capi-i-i
1:1 . -r- rni. .., r :. ..!,.. .
till lint)UU39 Ul AU.1. 1 UUU1CI3 XJlIluaaj',
jeweler, of this city, who founded
the order in California many years
Kan Young Fat pleaded guilty iu
the District Court to-day of having
opium iu possession and was sen
tenced to pay a fine of .?.")(). Two
others who were arrested at the
same time wore discharged, having
given evidence on behalf of the gov
ernment. A foreigner made several insulting
remarks about tho Queen on Nnn
anu street yesterday afternoon to a
native. The latter laid the iusulter
out in true John L. style. The
mud on the road, whore the knock
down took place, was au inch thick,
so you can imagine the rest.
H. F. Poor Held for Trial on One
Judge Coopor has filed a decision
on the plea in bar to the sovoral in
dictmouts of H. F. Poor. Four of
tho indictments chargod tho defend
ant with having embezzled money
from tho Hawaiian Government, the
other indictment charges tho em
bozzlomont of money from one V. V.
Ashford. On one of tho indictments
tho dofeudant was acquitted at the
August term, and a motion to quash
the others on that ground was re
ferred to tho Supreme Court, which
decided it was not ground for a mo
tion to quash, but was for a plea in
bar. Tho decision states tho history
of tho cases and concludes as follows:
"After a roviow of tho ovidonco I
am of the opinion that it would sup
port but a simple charge of ombez
zlement from the Hawaiiau Govoi n
mont and tho records show that the
defendant was acquitted of that
chargo in a court oi competent juris
diction. As to tho indictment
charging tho embezzlement of
money from V. V. Ashford, 1 do not
seo how 1 can entertain tho plea, as
tho ovidonco tends to show that
FIRE AT KUKUIIIAELE.
Tho Sugar Mill Partly Destroyed
Tho steamer Vv'aialoalo of the 1 liter-Island
Steam Navigation Co.'s
Hoot arrived this morning from Ha
makua. bringing tho news that the
Kukuihaelo mill on Hint coast had
boon damnged bj' lire on Wednesday
morniiig. Messrs. F, A. Sohaofer Ac
Co., agonls of tho plantation, receiv
ed meagre particulais of tho burn
ing, which are as follows:
At '1 o'clock Wodne-day morning
lire was discovered in the boiler
house by tho watchman. He rang
tho alarm, but boforo the plantation
hands could get to work to extin
guish tho fue three-quarters of the
mill had boon destroyed by lire,
Tho origin of tjio fire could not bo
ascertained when the Waialenlo left
yesterday. Tho building va fully
insured in throe tire insurance com
panies, for which Bishop Si Co. are
agents. The' amount or t he damage
is estimated at &KXX). A clerk in the
agents' office stated to a Billhtik
WHY LUCOL GRAND OPENING
IS THE BEST
solid Inside nf twintv I
and elastic, tint brll-
roportor his opinion that the dam
age to the building ua-uiut s-o bad
this was a separato transaction, and
further the parties are not tho samo ( there on Thursday
as in tno luutounoni under wmcii
tho defendant was acquitted.
''I am therefore of the opinion
that the plea of the defendant is
good so far as tho three indictments
charging him with embezzlement of
money belonging to tho Hawaiian
Government, and to those indict
ments the plea is sustained, but as
to the iudictmont charging him
with embezzlement of money from
V. V. Ashford the plea is over
ruled." F. M. Hatch for the prosecution;
A. P. Peterson and A. Rosa foi defendant.
Boats from the U. S. warships
Philadelphia and Adams wore en
gaged in boat-drill in the harbor
this morning. About ten boats par
ticipated in the drill, and the range
of operations exteuded from the
bow of tho Philadelphia to a point
about halfway out in the channel.
Iu the District Court this after
uoon, Judge Robertson rendered his
decision in tho case of W. .Dixon vs.
A. McDowall et al. Ho gave judg
ment in favor of Dixon against Mc
Dowall for the amount claimed, viz.:
s?G0. MeDowall's co-defendants
were hold to be not liable in the
J. F. Morgan will sell the thor
oughbred stallion ''JieGinty," be
longing to the estate of the late P.
Opfergelt, at his salesroom at noon
to-morrow. "McGinty's" sire is the
celebrated Kentucky stallion "Bill'
Thornhill," and his dam "Viola." A
good chance to secure a good thor
sicniuy lur anil rraucisco:
1 steam pump and connec-
5 shackles, !) chain slings,
Co.; 430 bags rice, M. Pliil-
& Co. Foreign
valuo, f 12,0h8.'i0.
value, $'.10. Domestic
Henry Smith, master in chancery,
has filed a report on the accounts of
C. P. Iaukea, guardian of Kaaua
(k.)j an imbecile. They cover a
period from April 7, 1881$, to Sept.
1. 1893. The apparent principal iu
the trust originally was $6000, and
interest brings the receipts up to
9780. The expenditures are $8859.
56. Tho ward's personal allowances
reach $2191. Iu the six years in
clusive from 1881 to 1889 there is no
record of payment of taxes as in
other j ears. The master doubts the
wisdom of the guardian's paying
taxes on personal property not iu
his possession: that is to say, if he
has contiuualh kept the principal
invested, he could not have had any
money in his possession other than
the more securities. In tho mas
tor's opitfiou the guardiau is entitled
to $11.55 more of commissions than
he has. charged. Otherwise he re
ports the accouuts correct.
Carter & Carter, attomej's for the
defendants, tile notice of appeal
from the decision of Chief Justice
Judd iu the case of Hawaiiau Com
mercial and Sugar Co. vs. Waikapu
Bruce and A. J. Cartwright have
filed the final account of A. J. Cart-
wright, guardian of N. S. Ellis, a
minor. Receipts are .Slll'i.lW, with
expenditures balancing them. The
assets are two Hawaiian Govern
ment bonds for $1000 each.
Lydia Chapman was acquitted of
opium in possession yesterday, the
jury having been out from 11:.'$0 to
5:15, only coming into Couit twice
Houry li and . Keliiiuulama were
acquitted on the charge of incest.
Nothing was ready for trial by
the native jury this morning, and
the panel was dismissed until called.
Tho foreign jur3' will bo called at
9:80 Monday morning.
Judge Whiting is hearing the Har
rison divorce case this afternoon.
NATIONAL BAND CONCERT.
Purser Kelly of the Waialeale
stated that the steamer armed
tho fire had been subdued, and
shortly after the steamer received
orders to depart for Honolulu for
tho purpose of getting lumber for
the reconstruction of tho petition
damaged. The mill had been grind
ing for tho previous few weeV.s, up
to the time of the lire. Theie vou
only two bundled bags of suar.
however, at the landing awaiting
transportation. As tho Waialeale's
orders were poreinploiy the c.ngo
was not taken on boaul. Tho steam
er loft again this afternoon foi Ku
kuihaelo with a load of lumber.
Mr. H. Rcnjrs of the linu of F.
Forms a durable
' Retains Its gloss longer than any other
i llcits the action of acids and alkalies
I better llian any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
I nlng and spreads well.
I With the addition of l.ltlmigc, lclds a
hard sulfate, sitlfiblc for lloors, step-., etc.
MIo rmillh with pigment ground In
, oil in p.c-tc form.
' ilrings out the real shades of the color
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Added to tmnisli greatly Improve the
working of the varn!li.
Does not darken white lead or .inj dell,
Has greater bodj than any other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
any other oil. ,
Can be added to lin-eed oil and it will
grr.it li improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
IK actual test, has outlasted the best
New Wool Dress Goods,
New Silks, Trimmings,
Laces and Embroideries.
AND bATKS'I DKSIONS IN
"Wash. IMIeiterieils I
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday,
November !8ih, 20th & 21st.
is the best paint oil ever man-
ANOTHER LIBEL CASE.
The Editor of tho Hawaiian Star
Again to Appoar m Court.
Walter G. Smith, editor of the
Star, was arrested this afternoon
upon a charge of criminal libel. The
warrant was sworn to by Charles B.
Wilson, and charges "that Walter
G. Smith is guilty of libel in the
first dogreo by printing and pub
lishing a certain article entitled,
"Ashford's Hard Facts." in a news
paper published at Honolulu, Oahu,
ou November 15, 1893, called "Tho
Hawaiian Star," which said article
tended to injure tho fame, reputa
tion and good name of said Charles
B. Wilson, and to bring him into
disgrace, abhorrence, odium, hatred,
contempt and ridicule." Mr. Antone
Rosa appears for Mr. Wilson.
m m -
The Unknowns and Myrtles will
play to-morrow afternoon commeuc
ing at 3 o'clock ou tho Loaguo
ground. Tho two teams hao boon
practicing hard this week, and a
good game is oxpected. The follow
ing will bo tho players:
UMJ.NOH.Sl., I'OSino.s. MMlIlfh,
Chub. Auohi c .Ken we
I.anky Woods p K. Md'orrlMon
A. llnriis ...lb .. K, I'nter
A. Mliauda ...J b .... Khui
li. Clurke. . .. :t h Carter
h. Miranda ... s. s . ,A. Mossman
M. llnpMu r. f . .1. Ivulollo
A. Klntiiro. c. f. (1. Mallna
flum, Auohl I. f il. ('rami
"The Boat in the World."
This it what W. I). WoikIiiiij.', uf
thirdly, K, , mivh of (Miamlicrhuu'h
('oiildi lU'iiiuly, He inki fiom pin
Miuiil xierii'uc() iu rho umi of It, him
holf anil family IiuWiik jiih! been
fin I'd of liiul cnuuli ami coliU by it,
mid cutiHiltnti il the hunt in the vvurlil.
For mile hy ull iIcuIiiih, Uiminoii,
Smith AOu,, AycntH fur the Hawaiian
Isaac Cockott, who it will be re
membered was arrested in company
with Ed. Devauchello at Iwilei for
selling opium, appeared in tho Dis
trict Court this afternoon. The
charge in the case was changed to
opium in possession, to which
Cockott pleaded guilty. Sentence
was suspended until Dec. 4.
The amateur minstrels hold ano
ther rehearsal yesterday eveuing at
the residence of Prof. Berger. As
sovoral of the principal momberB
were indisposed only the choruses
were suug. Tho conipauy expect
to have a rehearsal in the Opera
House on Wednesday evening nest,
the entertainment being given on
the 25th inst.
Two youtiK ladB settled a difference
in true pugilistic stylo in tho yaid
of tho St. Andrew'h Church Cathe
dral yesterday evening, in view of a
number of tho combatants' backer?,
It was of a L'ivo and take order, last
ing nearly half an hour, and result
ed iu one of the lads having to wear
a '"pasteboard" over his right ejo
Lover of a thoroughbred animal
will do well to attend the auction
sale to bo held by Jas. F. Morgan at
noon to-morrow, at his salesroom,
when tho stallion "Daylight" will be
offered for sale. Thisthoroughbrod
animal was foaled in Honolulu ou
April 6, 1891, aud is consequently
young. His sire is ''Dawn" who has
a record of 2:18'.
One of the crow of the S. S. Ala
meda came off the steamer yesterday
afternoon iu his working clothes,
previous to her dopaituro and jump
ed into tho water alongside tho
steamer. Harbor policeman Patter
sou suspecting it was a case of sui
cide ran to the edge of tho wharf,
but it seems that the man had just
gone in for a swim.
Hood's and Only Hood's.
Hood's Snrsimarilln is carofullt
prepared from Snrsaparilla, Dande
lion, Maudrnlto, Dock, I'ipsissewa.
Juniper horrioH and other well
known remedies, by a peculiar com
biuntioii, proportion aud process,
giving to Hood's Sarjaparilla cura
tivo poworrt not possessed by other
medicines, It effects remarkablu
miroriuhen other preparations fall.
Hood's Pills euro biliouHiiuas.
The Hawaiian Hotel Grounds Crowd
ed With People.
There was an immense throng on
tho grounds of the Hawaiiau -Hotel
last night, whon the National baud
gave a concert in honor of the natal
day of the late King Kalakaua. A
large and fashionable audience was
also assembled ou the front verauda
aud in the lanai of the hotel. Be
sidos a great many prominent lady
aud gentleman residents, there were
present Admiral Irwiu and his aide,
Lieut. Adams, Lieut. Logan, oxecu
tho officers, Paymaster Ames aud
othor officers of tho U. S. S. Phila
delphia. A number of the instru
mental pieces were repeated in re
sponse to recalls, while all the vocal
performances of the "bovs" were
raptuottsly applauded. There had
been a respectable sum of money
collected, chieily through the exer
tions of Mr. F, J. Testa, for roward
ini' the efforts of tho musicians.
After tho conceit came a miniature
ball iu the hotel parlors.
THAT EARLY MORNING VISIT.
The Marshal Declines to Lot the Mat- ,
i ter Rest. j
' Marshal Hitchcock has begun an i
I investigation into the disturbance ,
caused by three officers from one of
I the warships in port on a certain
j Sunday morning previously reported
I iu this paper. The names of the
officers have been secured and the '
I evidence of tho polico officer was
taken this morning. It appears
I that tho men entered a private ros-
idouco between one aud two o'clock
and the lady of the house ordered
I them off. A policeman being at i
i traded by the noise ran up, aud a I
cat was fired at him by one of the'
officers. The matter was dropped
I by the lady of the limine by the ad-
. vice of her counsel, but it seems the '
Marshal will not let tho matter rest, '
i and has instituted au iuventignlion.
Washington Post'. At the present
rate of progress it will not be long
before the train robber will don a 1
i dress suit before beginning his even
Cholly -1 weally hue you more
than any one iu the world!
I'oiiolopo -You forget yourself.
7Vii DM)) HulUlin U Mwrtnl hy
rurrUn for 6(1 ctnlt pr mouth,
A. Schaofor & Co. and Mr. Hubert
Catton loft on the steamer Waiale
ale, the former in the interest of the
firm aud the latter to represent the
EWA PLANTATION EPISODE.
A Japanese Laboror Exonerated on a
Charge ot Assaulting a Luna.
A Japanese laborer named Yoshi
naga employed on tho Ewa planta
tion, was brought before the District
Magistrate this morning for alleged
"attempting to commit au oiiense,
to wit, assault and battery on the
poison of William Patterson, at
Ewa, Oahu, on oi about Oct. .'iOth.''
Patterson slated that he was a lunn
at Ewa plantation, and that ou the
date mentioned he had some Iron
ble with Yoshinaga. The .Jap had
refused to work, and when nipostu-
latiug with him, the Jap threatened
his life, and rushed at him w ith a pick.
The coniphinant struck the .lap in
self defonsp, on seeing that thirteen
other Japs had re-inforced Yoshi
naga. The .lap's? wages were docked
one day on" account of his not hav
ing his number the day of the scuf
fle. Witnes admitted ho had been
fined in the Ewa District Couit for
assault and batten on the Jap.
Three other witnesses testified to
having seen tho trouble between the
luna and Jap, and tlie'thteateuiug
of tho latter to do bodily harm to
the luna. These three kept back
the other laborers from taking a
hand in the scuffle.
On motion of counsel V. V. Ash
ford for defense the prisoner was
Ladies Look Here.
The grand opening of new goods,
to be sold at Now York prices, for
which tho ladies have been waiting
oagerly, will begiu at N. S. Siichs'
store on Saturday and continue
through Monday ami Tuesday. Some
of the special lines are mentioned in
the space previously reserved in this
paper. This is an" opportunity to
got tho best and freshest goods at
the lowest range of prices which has smct, oppo-ii
not Diien equaled in Honolulu, lunn
up your phaeton or ring down your
car at the Popular Millinery llouo
any time the next thieedavs.
Direction for Use.
IJc I.n oi. in eveiy reaped in the
same iitanaei n von would linseed
oil, with the single exception that you
may add fully one-cpuirtei more Lu
cot, to the &.iine qtuuitity of pigment
th.lll .Veil VVOIllll Of llllrCCll.
In iir-ing metallic, Venetian led, the
nchios, aiitl oilier dry pmiucntt, it is
advisable to mix up the paint at lea-t
one day hefoio it is to lie m-cd, then
add a thiul more I.ucoi. and the paint
will he found t(t envoi well and have
n good gloss.
Ni:VER USE JAl'ANh.
i Wheie hard sui faces eaich as Hums,
teps, etc., nn icipiiied ue lith ugt
t onlv, never use .lupuns.
I.UCOI. MIXES WITH VAU
NTS II ES
and as-i-ts iben woikiug and im
pioves their appearance Itrr illh
Mioiw.ii in: i'hii savii: dv iiii.v aim
Mixui), ntlieivvico the gum of the v.n
, nish may he precipitated oi the nii-
1 ture cuidled.
, The addition of from to of Li
coi. to vuinihus lue not icdiuc thcii
lustre not retard their h udeiuug ,uid
diving ami il prevents then clacking.
u&" Ladles are cordially Invited lo call and Inspect our New Slock ft
15 SO Fort Street. Honolvtlvi.
Robinson Block, Hotel Stroot, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AS KXTBNblVK ASSOUTMKNT OF
LRW1N & CO
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Antique Oak &mm$
ii . . A ft S
i. L..i-.v4.-m am
. f 'VrsKJ,s1KwJS.-KV3mcls S.SRM-
Bedroom Suits, CTsSSSr
!Etc, Etc, Etc,
To Let or Lease
X Koom- anil Kitchen
lei l'oit strict.
rpwo xu i:i.y ri'it-
JL nmlicil Kootu- foi
UciitUtiucn al No. 4 (iaiclcn
- TO LET
cil Cutticc of tlnco
Uuiiiii-, -nimble for two
ucnllciiicn. at 71 Itcrctaina
the llauaiian lintel
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SK('OXI)-HANI) OK DAMAOKI) GOODS KK1T ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
KoMnson Block, Hotel btraet, oppo. Bethel Street.
HKhlj TKl.KI'HOXK 5J,r. -Tja gp MUTUAL TELEPHONE (,:..
Business dead '! Not lnucli
Leubtwinu it not .so with tin
Cnliforiiiu Food Company. We j
have Hindo a business for our
selves, which ha.- steadily grown
thioiifrli ull the hard time- other
people are complaining about.
Wo have jtist secured fiom Mr.
.1. 1'. Colburii liis old stand, cor
nel Queen and Xiiuanu d reel , ,
and taken posse-ion of those
latge and convenient pieiuiHes. !
We had to do -o, liecaiibu our
old place at I.oleo i- too -mall
for our fast-increiHiiig liu-ine-o.
In a few day the bark "Mauna
Ala" will be beie again wilb her
fourth full caigo of Hay and
fJinin, bought by our Mr J. N
Wright wlin will arrive ou that
vessel. We prefer to select oui
meichaiidisc our-ehe- rather
than have others do it. which
iiicau- that we get bettci good
at a le price.
We thank our many friend
for their liberal patronage foi
the past lliiee veins, and hope
by strict attention lo a busine.-s
we thoroughly understand to
merit the pationage of as inanv
CAUKOliN'IA FHHI) ('(.
Nr.w iiur.si: or nvi;
IEooiiis, on .MiiKavine
I HriU, x.itli IS itliroom, l'at
cnt V. ('..etc Commands.
1 oni of tin hnust viavvs In Honolulu. A
I ,.ly to (177 tf) .1. M. VIVAh.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
vai.uaiii.i: i'ii:ri:b or
I liiiiiroviil I'lopurtv, lncatul
in dill' nut l'arlsof tlm Cll,v ol
Honolulu, all I'luu'ini-. Aiplv
for full ni'ticiilar- to
lllil'l'l. .V A I. I AltlWUKillT
Just Received per "Australia"
A 1.AK01-; ASNOIiTMUXT OF
Ladies' & Chi
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h'LAXnu:TTES, TABLE LLVEN.
BEDS I'U EADS, BLAN K ETS.
SILK Si OUABE SCAUES,
Rugs and Carpets Selling at Cost !
75 FORT STREET 75
Al' i hi: famous stoki: OK
EDHILEK.S & GO.
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I'uiiuil at Maklliit
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IW OvMicru of tho aliovii Annual- inui-i
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liumcil, JA.MI'.H KUKONA
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111 KIN'tJ STREET,
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hHllt'l hll.K HAXDKi:iH'llli:ih,
( JAI'ANKHK I.ANTI.HNS,
Christ w Goods and Curios
BOS9 & Sll FORT STR.H1H3T.
Canton Wasli, Falorios !
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bilKs to ft iIikiii nn tints to aniircciatt them.
nilk lluihli jiihi inn n al l-'rciu h designs arc t lit illicit ami the orarc of the season.
Ostslrm.! StalDlixiios SO Oents Yard I
One of tin niiiiithoiiiitit Waeh Maleri lis this hciiMin cniirel) ncy,nmi
for the jirkc has no niial,
Wiiite JLtn.-wxia Si.ri.dL IDimity 1
in I'lain hiriied anil Chcckml Iu (-rent varlut).
pr- DrnRRQiaklng Under the Mauafiomeut oi MRS. RENNER. Jt3
Low Prios !
Royal Insurance Company
I "The Largest in the World."
i Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
Kin nl,e on nil (iiuU of Intiiriiiue I'ronTtv taken ul t'llrrelit ltUku by
&Knt lur th UwIUn lludi,