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SATURDAY, JAN. 27, 1894.
Saturday, Jan. 27.
8 8 Autralla, Hoinlletle, from 8nn Fran-
Strar Mlkaliala from Kauai
Btmr lwalunl from Kunal
Btmr Jnmus Makco from Knuai
Htmr Mukolll from Molokai and Ijiiml
Htinr Walaleale from Hnnalel
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Bttui Mokolll for Katliiaknknl, Kauialo,
1'ukoo, Halawn. Wollnn, rclckunu.
Knlanpapn, l.alinliia, Olownlu ami
Lanal at .' p m
Htu.r James Makco for Kapna at t p m
Stmr J A Cuuiinltei for Koolait
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Blmr Mllcalialu 527U hags titgar, KM bags
rice, 2 horses ami 76 iky, sundries.
Htmr Jas Makee VX) bugs sugar ami SO
Stuir Walaleale 24.M bags paddy.
aiuir iwanni-wuu nags sugar.
From Hanalel tier stmr Walaleale, Jan
27-11 V llojd ami a deck.
From Kapaa tier stmr Jas Makee, Jan 27
Dr Ooto and 2 deck.
From Kauai per ntmr Mlkaliala, Jan V
Cbas Hlce. W K Crozlcr, Jr, N Motiwar,
l.cc Let, llcp L'bung and :i deck.
From Han Francisco tier 8 8 Australia,
Jan 27 MrsM Allau, MnUeo 0 licckley,
Thos lllrhop and wife, Miss A llrand, Mls
badte M I. tutor, Mis Mary Carter, Miss
L. Dick. Uco A Oumtlass and wlfo. 11 1'
Kakln. MniW J (la laehcr. J V (Jlrvln.
Kakln, MniW J
KevO HGullckandttlfi', F U llnine-oii,
W Dunliar and wife, t! V
riMicr, lion t u
llatcli and wlfi, Miss Cora lirlmore, Clay
l.arlmurc, A J Lloyd. Mr 1. McKay, E
Ualzfefdt, Mm Klleii II Maxwell ami
daughter, Mix S 1-' It Morrl-oti. MNi M A
Morrison, Mis Neumann, I l'lilllion, Mrs
n rouise, in ocntniiit. k ii Hcott, iiantioy I
0 Hcott, Dr Twombly and wife, 11 I. I
Vcrloye and wife, U J
lane and 4(J steerage,
The stsaiucr IVIe will arrive from Maku
well to-morrow morning.
The steamer Mlkaliala wont nn the Ma
rine Hallway this afternoon to be cleaned.
Tho four-masted nchoonerg Alice Cooke
ami Kobert l-eweri were golly decorated
to-day In honor of the (lerman Kuiperor'n
Tho following are the arrivals at Han
Francisco from Honolulu: Jan. Ill, 8 b.
City of 1'eklug, 7j day; Jan. l.V bktne.
Irtugard, lliilayit; Jan. Hi. 8. 8. Mlowrra,
UK days; bk. J. ('. Dinger, III days; bk.
Alden Ilesse, 2ilduyi; bkine. Uro. C. Per
kins, Ltdays: bktne. 8. N. CaMlc, II days;
rchr. Olga, 2:flday from Mahiiknua.
WAl.T.NKlt K(JAS-.t Coruuna, Mlchl
Kan, Jan, I, lb'JI, 1' II Wollnor and
Nora KKan. At liomu after Jun, 13,
8an Krauclsco, Cal.
AILAU At the (Irand Hotel, Hun Fran
elkco, Jan. II, lull!, of heart trouble,
John K. Alluu, aged KUearrt.
Funeral from the rcxlduuce, No. .'I
ICukcJ street, at '.' o'clock 8unday after
noon. FAREWELL ALBU CONOEBX.
trftst Appoaranco in Honolulu
England's Young Sopranos.
Uelow is tho program of the grand
farewell coucort by tho Misses Albu
Mt tho Opera Houso this evening:
Duet for l'lauo ami Violin Hoiiveralue
I'rof. Heruer and Mr. ilellmnn.
Cavttllnu-1'l" Follow Thee,
MIhn Julio Allm.
boiiK Thy Hoiitluul am I
Mr. F.M. Wakollold.
1 Aria Ah. fors' u lul . . ..
MNs Komi Allill.
Ither Solo ltoiido HurKtallr
Mr F. A. VolKt.
Diwt-Ah! vlmlaMorlf Wnll"
Cl'liu Mlsnrere frem II Trovatoro.)
Tlui Mlsnvs A lliu.
Inlt'rvalof 10 mliiuti-K.
Duet for Piano uml Violin Variation on
h Mvnnnn Air Ilerlot
Prof Ucruurand Mr. Heltnian.
-Tell Me Aiy Hrurt.
Kir 11. K. ilUhon
Miss Julie Allm.
Hong Only In Dreams .. K. de Kovim
Mr. F. M. Wakflleld.
Souk ltfiiiwiiiber Me no Moru. .
SlrW. 0. V. Holiln-on
Miss Ham Allm.
Violin Solo-Air Vurle .. . . Ilurlot
Mr. 11. Holtnmn,
DiiBt c Dank und llrucs.,
.tipfolally ArranRed by Macturruu
tlly Hiiecial ri-iiieit.)
'Ihe Misses Allm.
A.woniianlt... ... l'rnf. II. Herder
Tho Body of an Elderly Chinaman
Discovered by a Jap.
Lum Koe, a Chinaman ovor eighty
years of age, was found doad in a
room ovor a store ou Nuuanii street
near Berotania street. Tho mau
camo here from Mexico about teu
years ago, aud lost all his money.
Being old and fool tie he was unable
to earn his living aud lived in pov
erty among Japs and natives. Ho
was found ou his cot by a Japanese
who reported to Chinese that the
old man was not breathing. Investi
gation showed that ho was beyond
A jury of six Chinamen was em
paueled this afternoon by Deputy
Marshal Brown to empiiro into Lum
Koo's death, Tho body was viewed
by tho jttrorH and Dr. Cooper at :'M
For the Volcano.
A few friends aud f wish to organ
ize a special party to the Volcano
leaving Honolulu, Tuesday morning,
Jan. ,'iUth, returning Monday oe,
Fob. iJth. .Steamer direct to Hilo
aud return. Xo stops. Can be made
only if a few tieoplu Join us. Apply
between I and li p. in. Sunday.
A new boarding house to be known
rm the King Street Restaurant will
bo opened at the corner of King aud
Alakea streets ou Feb, 1st.
Every dttcriptiun oJOU I'lil.WIXU
dont at thr HullriiH Ujjive.
LOCAL AND OENEBAL NEWS.
Tho 1 G. baud at Emnm Square
Tho Misses Albu nt tho Hawaiian
Opera Houso to-night.
Goo. Washington's liunoAt at tho J
tueuu Bireui rtuuurj iwniyiti.
Purser Me Co in bo has the thanks
of tho Bulletin for news favors.
Palmer Woods has gone to take
charge of tho Puuhue llnneh at Ha
waii. Lodgo lo Progres will hold its
regular monthly meeting on Monday
Miss Neumann, daughter of Paul
Neumann, was a passenger on the
Mrs. Bradford nee Poor and
daughter came over on the S. S.
E. C. Macfarlauo returned on the !
S. S. Australia today, greatly im
proved in health.
Thoro woro forty-two cabin and
forty-six steerage passongors by the
S. S. Australia today.
Ah Pi on two charges of vagraucy
and assault and battery was the only
arrest to-day by tho police.
Fresh frozen oysters on ice re
ceived by the Australia are served
any stylo at tho Beaver Saloon.
John Waiamau, who was sent to
tho World's Fair by Architect Rip
loy, returned on the S. S. Australia
Tho cricket match between tho
homo team and II. M. S. Champion
eleven is in progress at tho Old
J. Duaue was given two months
.... .1... f ... t..Vl.... r..i..i- is.. I
uu iiiu (uui ny uuiigu ituuurisou iiiih
morning for emblement of 10,
tlui lirntmrfv nt P Hium-iill I
the proportj of C. Uuunnll.
Tho furniture of six rooms com
ploto for housekeeping, also a fine
piano and New Homo sewing ma
chine aro offered for sale. See ad.
Through tickets to any point in '
wio uuueu aiates are issueu oy .
st 1IIIIU k.s ir.f tlf iUI 11)11 tjs Ui
" ai ,
Australin nniliUK noxt hntunl
Z TT,-; , .
This evening will bo the last op-
portunily of hearing the gifted
singers, tuo .Misses aidu. i'lveliuu
ureu .oioctrie uguis win no turned
ou during tho oulertaitimeiit.
and "t.laved nt H
?s store day in
Tho P. G. bam
Hackfeld it Co.'s store to-day
honor of tho birthday of the Em
peror of Germany. Government and
consular Hags are flying hi honor of
Olllcers from tho war vessels in
port, olliuers of the l'. G. National
Guards, aud a number of prominent
pcopio caiieu at tno uermaii loii
sulato at noon to congratulate Con
sul Glado on the attainment of ano
thor anniversary in the Emperor's
( Tho four masted Iron shin, .lohu
Ena, Schnatior, flying the llawaiiaii
i flag arrived at San Francisco ou
. Jan. 10, sixty-two days from New
' castlu with a cargo of coal. She
left twelve days behind tho Hawni
iau Isles, whose arrival Is elsewhere
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A flue chatice to secure house lots
n a lioaltliy and piotimMquy locality
Is ollerod in tho notice of sale by
.las. h. Morgan, to take place at 2
oclock Jlonday. Huilding lots in
4 lint ini.,ln. nr.. ..i...Im I.. tUn ......I...4
.ii.b iii.tiui uiu it.ii.ij iii i in1 linn ni't.
iiinv, nun mis opportunity siioiini
1101 DO llllSSOll.
About ten tourists who arrived ou
tho S. S. Australia will leave on the
steamer Waialealo for the Volcano
via Hilo ou Mondav or Tuesdav
next. The Wnialeule. nfter lomliiiL'
"hther regular ports, will return to
Hilo to brinif t io tour km lo Hono-
lulu in time to catch the S. S. Aus -
m. i . ' ,i .
The norpotrator of the on rage m
front oTLoviih bakery reported yes -
onlay con inued his slashing tricks
this morning. At -1 o clock tho
bridle of a horse beloiiirini; to John
sou was cut, ami at 5 :.'!) o'clock a
whip aud lauteru were taken from a
milk wagon hitched iu front of the
Burns' night ended with "Auld
Lang Syne," not "Hawaii J'onoi."
Our ruporter left before tho conclu
sion and tho error was not noticed
in the hurry of proof-roadini;. Mr.
, , " HTM II
Mores sonH was, 'There was a lad
1VA. linrti i,i Iv il.. " twit ,i Ulnilt 'I
un nnrii m Iv vlit " ii.it "Inflr ' I
Tho report will be correct in the
Weekly Bulletin for those desiring
to soud copies "homo."
cannot read the column of
the Hawaiian Hardware Company
without having every pore on your
corporation yearning for one of those
enamel baths. There is something
fart hor along about the locked fence,
which should be secured by laud
owners before they sulfur more losses
of or by stock. Havilaud China has
boon made a hounehold word by this
firm, and ovorybody wants t ho emory
file or knife sharpo'iicr.
MR. OIR VI N ARRIVES.
Queer Dilemma He
Puts tho P. O.
1. W. Uirviu, late Hawaiian Con
sul at Sau Diogo, has arrived hero.
He was sent for by the Miuixlor of
Finance, S. M. Damon, to take the
chief clerkship in the Post
oflice, supplanting ). (. Koth
woll, who is removed for po
litical reasons. It will bo remember
ed that the Advisor Council virtu
ally condemned the action of the
Minister of Finance, aud, iu view of
that case, has only this week pas-ed
a resolution oujoiuiiu Minister"
against making appointment.', iu
bureaus iu their respective depart
monts without consulting the head
of buruaus. Mr, (iirvm is here now.
however, and the Annexation Club,
(ho American league ami the Ad
visory Conned aro asked, "What are
you going to do about ill"
Mr. Uirviu is succeeded as Consul
at Snu Diego by 11. I'
was hi Vico-Cousul.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Francisco, Jan. 20.
Jl'cr S. S. Aiitrnlla.
UNITED STATES CONGRESS.
Tito Seuato Committee on Rail
roads has reported favorably a bill
to compel trains to stop at all town
sites on public lands designated by
the Secretary of tho Interior,
sco at lioi'xrv to be attacked.
Washington, Jan. '20. In tho
; limine, Mcliao (Deiu.) of Arkansas
gave notice lie wouut on .Holiday
offer an amendment to strike out
tho sugar bounty.
Henderson's amendment to substi
tute tho present law for tho agricul
tural schedule was lost 1 Hi to 0.'1
after some discu."siou.
A contest over the sugar schedule
is likely to bo precipitated Monday
by Harter of Ohio. Ho will move
an amendment to the Wilson bill
doing away with the sugar bounty
and putting a tax of 1 cent per
pound on sugar.
Johnson of Ohio will champion
absolute free sugar, without a boun
ty or duty. Louisiana interests are
preparing for a hot discussion.
There are exciting times over tho
Wilson tariff bill in tho House. Hop
Mutative Bowers of California be
came so excited that his speech was
incoherent. 1 lie epituel "liar
members. Brvan is reported in tho
Examiner to have made "a sorry
M.Br...l .A-. fllaak 4 a H I . . A ! AlilHfltMIll
spectacle" of Boiitelle o( Maine,
"who has beenuio a geueral nuisance
in th( Houe."
In tho executive session tho Senate
by a majority of six rejected tho
President's nomination of Horn-
"J, 7wT' HilV led '.W VlT
OUprelHO t. Olirt. lllll led tile Ugllt.
T)) r,Mi,l(.t will now nominate
Senator (irav of Delaware.
Chris Evans tho bandit
" ', ?' lllllir. f ,,.,, , Pllllvmi. i
tion ,,,,,,,,.,1 ngnllM fnn, wol.
i;,'- U ' ,!. ,,,'.l,,,' """"'J.0.1.""-
tin lint and philanthropist of l'lula-.
delphja, lino b i very ill but is re-1
'IMIPMII.! "" ' very in nui is re-1
covering. .... -
A new place has lieen selected for ,
i oriiett-Jiiicnen ngui. in i'ion0(j II10ther aud uticlo. Decca1
ruin, in uougo uio niiiiuiriues won
had got on to the original loea ion.
i ,)o,Ty IV11,;0'"1 .HV.'V'
',, J r l W ?
rim 1UM.ION- ok iiosiis.
New York bankers are combined
to take up the whole issue of $.10,.
IXXJ.000 bunds oirered by Secretary
Carli-le. Among many offers re-
ceiveti, me prices aro generally
good, one f reaching l.'MI. Doston,
I'hiliulelphia and Chicago bankers I torment being in the Nuuaiiu Couio
want a show at the bonds, aud it is tury. liishop Willn will conduct
likely tint mv ork syndicate will the funeral services.
take them in to prevent overbid-'
ding. The Knights of Labor have Arrival of 8. 8. Australia.
Hiibmitted to counsel theiitiesliou of
suing for an iiijuuclioii against tho The S. S. Aus'.ialia, II. C. Hor.d
1 issiio of buiitls, as imposing tuilaw- I mite, commander, left Sail Francisco
, fill and unnecessary taxation ou thu n Jan. ), ISUI, nt 2 ! with 12
people. ' cabin and Hi steerage pavheugers,
tiii: CHINA scwh'iiki). I and . 'II bags of mail. On Jan 2IJ at
A search of the V. M. S. S. China I V- " P".""' imkuown English
, ou her arrival at San Francisco from ; 'r-mnl ship bound north. I-
' the Orient resulted in the seizure of
' n... r..n, ..;,.., .......u. v:.... .i,....
of 0liri()Si 7,M, ,.j,,.irM j ,OX(M .2(KH)
,KJM, ,.,K,iril :, VMM of Kjn ( ,.u.,,)Lir
;M,H, ,0XIH toilet soap, 2 pack-1
ftK,w of ultlim ,,M,H r, r,.tm, tlw ()f
ilo.eu Cliiliese siioes, I
pieces siik elotliiug, - pairs wool
I lr.,,,,,rli itim.linlr 1I1W..11 ullh liim
. Uesides llieMt mticlei a couidera-
bio haul was made by Mrs. Adams,
inspect ress. She followed up a sus
pected woman and in I lie hoteliers
, duarters uathered up forty-two silk
I handkerchiefs, two crepe shawls, one ,
, siik Miioiting jaeitei ami cap, two (
1 huely tiiubr.inlered table covers, two
! embroidered titlies aud four silk
I banners hnudsoiiiely worked.
Mr(i vd , at(.S(.iz,.l m c, ,
1 j,, tho ((f Hll,war,i0Mb ,,
, tU j. ,,
The Navy Depart tuoiit has ordered
Commander Collin to hold himself
ready to take command of tho
Charleston. This means that tho
time of sea service of Commander
Picking, now ou duty at Itio, has ex
pired. Tho course of Commander
ricking, while left in charge of tho
I'nited Slates forces at Uio bv the
II tllll HI V WIIIIIHM.,111- .JlUlltllll, l.n
, generally cominondeil and
- - . . . . .
recall of Commodore Stanton, has
heeiim to have been highly approved.
The Mohican is lying at Mare Inl
and, ready to leave for Honolulu, if
required, at a few lioum' notice.
After iheCorwiu reached Sau Fran
cisco and the dispatches were Mint
ou to Washington word was at once
sent to the olll'-ials at Mare Island
to have the Mohican ready to start i
ou a cruiM as soon as possible.
Stores wore placed ou board and
everything placed in readiue.is, and
the Mohican is ready to start as soon
as word is received.
The old corvette Marion has been
ordered home from China, being
wanted iu the Bohriug Sea patrol.
This will leave only tiie Moiiocacy
out of the old wooden lleet ou the
The Grand Dnko (leorire, second
son of tint C.ar, is iu a critical con
dition, and the t irand Duke Michael
is in danger from inflammation of
liar silver has dropped to III pmico
an ounce in London.
A dopatoh received at Cape Town
on the 20i Ii says: King l.oiiengiiln,
with a few followers, U entrenched
elo-e to the Zambezi river. Chiefs ,
near the scene of the massacre of tho '
Wilson party have submitted and
are Making out their claims.
lSusiuo"s n completely deiuorali.
ed at Calcii' ta ou ing to an announce
incut b the (inveriiinuut, at the '
opening of the export seaiou, that i
. it does not pro j o m io maintain the I
minimum rate for council bills, aud 1
I that 1 to 1 oll'urs will bo considered
ou tiiuir tuurilu.
I (Nothing docisivo has happened
in Brazil. Hear Admiral Beuham
of the U. S. tiavv, will take the posb
tion of souior olucor in tho coinbin
od foreign fleet at Rio.
A torriblo earthquake has visited
tho mysterious territory north of the
Himalayas, where "Sfioolhak," tho
Buddhist "god incarnate," reigns
supreme. It is feared the loss of
life is in tho thousand. Shoolhak,
"the living god," is among tho miss
ing. If he is dead it will be a death
blow to Buddhism.
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DEATH OF JOHN AILAU.
He Succumbs to Heart Trouble In
Mrs. Mary Ailau arrived on the S.
S. Australia to-day with tho remains
of hor husband, John Ailau, so well
and favorably known throughout
the Hawaiian group. Mr. and Mrs.
Ailau left on tho last Australia for
tho Midwinter Fair, San Francisco.
Mr. Ailau was then suffering from
asthma, having only a few days pre
viously got up from a sick bud. On
the fourth day ho told his wife that
ho never felt bettor in all his life.
Sovoral Hawaiian ladies who went
up oti tho Australia wore singing at
tho time on the uppor deck. Know
ing that Ailau was possessed of a
fitio tenor and was a good singer,
the nassenifers induced him to iroou
deck and join the party. Ailau went
up and sang for two hours steadily,
and after that ho complained of not
feeling well. His health declined
gradually. Mr. and Mrs. Ailau put
ul U) P9,n,d11IVtoL ,.
,Aliout 030 o ultnsk ou the
of the 17th iust., Mrs. Ailau advised
her husband to get ou the bod.
Ailau being unable to get ou the
bed without assistance asked his
wife and Oliver Stlllmati to help
him. As ho was getting up, ho said
to Mrs. Ailau, "Hold my back," ami
made a sudden exertion, thou grasp
ing the pillow ho fell back dead,
without another word. Ho was con
scious to tho last aud died oasy.
Heart trouble was tho immediate
cause of death. Preparations were
mado for bringing tho body to his
native homo, ami the remains ar
rived on the Australia to-day.
John Ailau, who was very popular
among both tho foreign and nativ.
pninUon would have been thirty
ino , of n(. vesterday (flitl
lino yi,nril of ng0 yl((,lor(0y (aju,
hint.) He was born In Manoa valley
auij it,ftVt.8 Msides tho widow, an
aged mother aud uticlo. Deceased
. Hawaiian Quintet Club. Tho Guidon
1,ll I oKm1 to-day out of
respect to deceased, who occupied
was tho leader and manager of the
I A tinrtwiti nf I Ink lifivnfir f.t llm nnb.
of Hawniiau curios. Ailau was a
I printer by trade, the last place he
i worked being in the Bi'llbtin olltcu.
I The futieral will take place from
' the residence, corner of ICuktii Place
niui Kttkui stroet, at 'I o'clock to-
morrow (Sunday) afternoon, tho in
purioiiceo line weitiuor iiirougiioiii,
the voyage and arrived at Honolulu
.Inn . nt Vt-.'lll n in
Ian. 2, at H:.'K) a. in
Governor Markham issued a tiro-
clamation on the ltitli, designating
January zUli as a puhlic Holiday in
honor of the Midwinter Fair open
ing exercises. The dav will unques
tionably bo a close holiday here, and
if pleasant the city will witness one
of the greatest celebrations over
held ou tho coast. -CouimorvUil Sfw.
1MIK KUKNITllKB OK HIX ItO'iMH
L I'omiilutu for luiiupkeepliii!, iiicludlni;
a line t'lirluht Chli'kurlui; i'luno and a
"New lluiuu" KmvliiK Mm IiIiih. Aiiply Ht
No. ps llirntunln stn-ot, nt-sr runclilKjwI.
King Street Restaurant,
Corner King QflE Alakea Sis.
Everything Served in First Class Style.
llourd liy the Week
It will IxMiifii on or aliout thf 11
(ll-'-lm All 11KK A CO., Pro..
Saturday Evening, Jan. 27th.
or rue -
Misses - Albu
And Hunt-lit K'lidurcd to
MISS HOSE ALBU
A Ureal I'rogriiiiinii' liii'ludiuc, llfin nl
English, Scotch. Irish
and Native Songs
K 1 1 1 1 1 1 V itS'.lsled ll I.l'UilllIK
Mk. F. M. WAKKI'ir.I.li.
Mil. F. A. VOKiHT.
Mil II. IIKITMAN.
I'll..!. II. IHCMlKlt.
Doors Open at 7:30. Oommonoo at Q.
T. llm I'litn npi'ii i ii'i'Iih'L Tli'ir.ilit)
ul I. J l.uvu) 'a.
M. I.. M
A Boston Eoy'a Eyesight
SavocJ-Pcrhaps His Life
lly Hood's Sarsnpurlllft Illonrt Poi
soned by Canker,
Head the fnllo-rlnc from a irr.iWtil morheri
M My little boy ki 1 rtcarkt Kcvcr when years
old, and It tclt film very weak and with blood
plnrd with .-inker. Ills ejres beftros
solnDamed Hint lilt suftcrlueiwtrolnte use, sod
for seven weeks he
Could Not Opon His Eyes.
I took him twlre during that time to the Ere
and Ear Infirmary on Charles street, but their
remodlcs failed to do htru the hlntest shadow
of good. I eonunenred prlng htm Hood's
fUmpjirllla niid It i"on rured him. I hare
lifter ilnitlilrit tint It anvrrf his Ifht, erea
If tint hi nf life. You may uo this tes
timonial In any nay )on cliouio. 1 sol always
ready to sound tho praise ut
heraiKe of the wonderful good It did tny son."
Anntn F. IILackman, S8H8 Washlnctoit 8U,
noitf.n. Mas. Get HOODS. '
HOOD'S PlLLS ' liet nti, and are '
It la ctnipoilUao, proportion and appearsneSi I
HOIIItON. NEWMAN CO., ;
Agents for Hawaiian Islands. I
O j. o
O g K
2i '-n -2
justReceivediNational Cane Shredder
I'F.U S. S. "AUSTKALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
Hotel i Opposite
Street, Sjk Merry (jo Round
Everything Served Id Flrd Class Style.
hini;lt Meal .. '.'.'i I'litil"
i MimI IVkKl. . ft M
Fowl Three Times a Week
Tui'whtt :iud Thurliiy itt uiiuu, Sun
lit v at fUin'r.
(ill lm OIIOfK SINli, Prop.
HAWAIIAN QUINTETTE CLUI1.
Mi'sir i'i'i:niiiki) roit
Ihiui'i'H, I'tiri ii--. I. miii..
t" tl til
tl'ttti I lllll.
Iiv tlii lliiwiillan (Julii-
Fur tfriu. i Ic,
i AIN II. WII.IOKAI.
1)17-1h No. II Itu'liunU ntriit.
COTTAfli: AT PA I.AM A.
J eiiiiiislie llcfurmatiii'N
Hi-hool. Apiih tu "A. M. ''
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rpwo N'H F.I.Y ll'K
J. nlxlii'il linom for
(iimtlumi'ii in Nn.
FURNISHED IIOOMS TO LET.
J. iiIhIii'iI Kihiii.
lihii Mrect, iiii(i Hi Kua
kinl Mivi'i, iilinut liv' uitn-
iiiih' walk irnin S'liiuiei lrwt cur. Ap
ply ul tlii nllnv. 'Kli tl
HEAL ESTATE VOIl SALE.
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I liujirovi'd l'riiHirt. Infilled
III llill'Tclll I'llll uf thr I It) (
lloiiiuulii, nil Uin-iiin Appi
(nr full iiiii lieiii.ir n.
Illll'll. A A. J fAltrU IIIUHT.
V Winkiki 1.1.1.
i l.ol'b ON I UK
ul thi' 1'iilliiilii' ( i'ini-
ti'iy urn ii'iiur.ir.l iu nut l ut llm I'tnnutiT)
Fell. U. Irltl.
a Pll 'Ii
Cm XL 'tl
The Newest and the Latest
3XT. S. SACHS'
080 Port Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
This Is the latest improvement In ItuyV slilrt Wnlst and a true friend to
luntheMt no more Imtton- to ew nii,'a the-n runnot rome oir. We bv
thviu In nhlte and In fancy ercaies from iVn't'iit iluurds
HOYS' CALICO WAIhTS IN M.I. ijI.KS AT if. rKNTfl.
i - lit'?t Mi-i- in
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We have ihem in 'renin, Cardinal, nvv Itl'ic uml S,.al llrimti.
('H.l)ltKN'8 AND INKANT'H FANCY FI.ANST.I. COATS nt very low iiWv
WATKIIKIi "ASH ItllllloNs IN Al.l. I'Ol.OltS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronounced die lt by all lm have piren tlicui n trial. We have
lliciii for ladles, geut, rhlldrvu and Inf.in'-. tn pliiln, niilwd.dreii llt. h
mid open work. . . . I.mlie' Aib-llne Hlnek Sioekliiir nilmiil In '"ireiil
ler pair. , . . (.ndleV IHamond I'laek .sun-klnj:' at i' vents r ialr.
HHve you seen the I'llll DKKN'fl riCHOOI. HATS that vi- are -elllnc for 'Jo vents
The nrejut tliethltiK for I"oj nr illd.
ML. S. LiEiVY
513 Uobinson Block. Hotel Street.
A I.AIIOF. ASHOItTMI'.NT OF
Japanese Silk Crape
IN KVKN'INll .4IIAIIKH
Wool DlVrlH (Jl)O(ls.
SIiuwIh, lite, ICtu.
I'ATEN'TKD DNHKIt T1IK I.AWH
I..TW I I .. i i . .Jll.u!.3... UlU.'l.l
rpilK I'NDKKSIUNKII IIAVK IIKKN AI'I'OIXTKIl SnI.K AtiKNTS I'olt
- tlicre SlIiiKUIiKIIK nml ure now itreii.iieil lo ureive nnli'ii-.
'I'licgieat Mi'antuih to he derived fnuu the lice of the National Cans
J .SmiKliiiKH arc thoroughly eHluliliHlicil uml uckiiuwhdt'ril bv l'luiitra
I The liirne numlicr nf i'lunte uhiiik ilnuii in the I'liileil Stitle, fulia,
Argoiitinc Itiipulilie, IN-ru, Aiiilr.diii uml elewlii'rc, lie.tr wiiiu-m. to lh
Thu iimi of the SiiiiKiiiiKit ver. lurgul uiiKinenti. lie ipi.mtitv nf can.;
I Hie mill ciin cried C!.j lu .ri() .). uUn the e.Mr.ii'linii nf jiiiei- (.'i to 12 ).
, It in u ureal .ileiiunl, miking kimwu ut niice tin- pnence of any
pieefh of iron, otiiko fmm can-, nr uiiyiliinc wlm-h would l.i- lmlilc i.. .iiiiwk"v
the mill, uml ullnwuig umpli linn In reiinie r.mu- l.cduc ihun.ioK ih' un41
The SiiHKliiiK.li is iry htrouKly imiile, niui in in ihc ni.uinir nf n- un-x-
Hull it Clllx or teaiii thei-e pii-eei-of wihiiI nr irnn tvillmut nllen hriMkliic ill.-
Hiiiikiiiikk ; unit if iiiiyiliiug lireuk-, it ir himply nuui ..f tin- kmer nt euuorn,
which can lie ipuckl uml icnnomieiilly n pl.tenl. I'iio Siiiikhhkk, a iu
HHine iuilii-ntCH, tit.tm the cune into rbreil- nf urviiiK IiiikiIh-. peifecily npi-u-I
ing it niui iillowiim the mill to ilioriuiglily pn-rh nut tin jtuei uiiln.iii r-
iiiriug the iinnioii"!' o.tr.i power nect.iir. in grind nr chifIi the whole
j cune. 'I'lif .Siiijkiiih.k cpre.elpllie hlin ilihil r.iin iiniiiirinly mnl rveuly tn
the mill rolln, mnl line uwiiy with tin i i.ny of rpu-uilinn tin- li.ipine'u by
uiiuu iii'iwiTii inn iiiiiih. wnere regriniiiuu i in u-f. .n khmIii .a iii mill nl
boiler ciipiioity ir reipurctl tn opemtf lie- Siiiikihiku ili.m lli.il which w.n
Kiillicicnt fur Ihe mill, fur the ulinw re.imn- We fiirnii.li lull wnrkiii);
tlrawiugn fni lie uitull.iiinn nf mir SiuihiuiKii. fimlilin m emnpi tent eu
gineei tn hucccfofully liihlull uuil t.fl tin in
lu ordering Siiiikiiukiih fnuu 11-. pb-.i-e Mini Mindl ketcli, rlmwinc the
diiuneler uml width of the null m. with uhu h Siiumuikk ir. m Ih- ciuiuccifd,
uUn tin- ciilc (either ri:lll nr left li.tlld .n. .Mill fmi- the ihhery Mile nf llic
mill), upon wlueb Ihe null enuini' i lniMted, iiUn tin In-iyht frn'm tl.inr liuu
to center nf front mill roll oliufl, und ilci.iuci iiuier lln- h.dt tn front cud
nf lnil pliiti. 'I'lifM- SiiurnnKiip mic in-vt In inn iirt'd 1 1 i he llilii Micur Co.
mid llatvi .Mil), Koliulit, where the nn pwnu Ktctl f.Uii-f.irtnin.
gjW I'riccN uml further p.irticiilui-' iii.i In hud h upplviu); o
A I' TUK KAMOl'H HTOIIK OK
B. . EHLBRS Sac GO.
BOS ii BU F-ORT STFtHJIBT.
Canton Wash Fabrics !
A haiiilMiinit Cntton Kuhrli Se Htyli-n this h'iimhi thr elleots uri' Iik.IiuIIk of f hiti
H ilk k to Me ilium muniio to upprt'i'lale them.
I Hllk tluUli Jum out, real French ili-HKim are (hi Unci mnl the enun ol thu wu.
Oa.stinciere Sutoliixiea SO Oents Ya.rcl I
One nf the Immlmiinctit Waiili Mnlerlalii t lit at hcaiiiiii rutlrviy new and
for llie prire has no tiuul.
Wliite Lawns and IDimity I
, In Plain, Utripfil and t'hecUe.i In gn-nt violet).
I or Brswikln 0v HauuitBt ol MBS. RCNlfCIL JtA
HE KOCXU AT
lrii'torof tho Hawaiian Jap
an i :si-: Ha.aah. Hotel -trfot,
to m'II his stock of JAP
AN MSI-: coons.
JnL - n'o asMM'tnifiit of
.1 A I'ANKSKPAPUK NAP
KINS will bo Sold LESS THAN
Block, Botal StreM.
OK I III: HAW MIAN IdLAN'Ud.
IRWIN & CO., LU,
liilr iiciU for thr Ui.ni,in lt!.iuti