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It cures Itching hu-
mots, mid keeps the
sciui" enni, moist,
healthy, and (rco from
11" 1 leci
that uli vpam nco I lost nearly lialf of my
lialr, anil what was left turned gray. After
using Ajcr's Ilalr Vltsor several months,
my hair began to crow again, and with tho
natural color restored."
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DR. J. C. AYER & CO., LOWELL, MASS., U .S. A.
tV)KtFil rlirnp Ualtntlntm. Tlic nam)
JCJFr t rruniliK-iil nn lli ranr,iid !
klo u In tlio ! of t.ich of our bottle .
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.,
Solo Agents for the Republic ol Hnwall.
I 1 A a I I m A . A a J 1 k
neai mm ami Loans
The enlargement of tho LOAN Mnrkct'
so as to cover the wants and necessities of
the largo number of honorable puoplu who
arc not owners of unincumbered Ileal
Kstalo wns one of the most necessary inno
vations of rucent yearn. To many It has
meant relief from pressing claims nt tho
very tlmo when most essential. When
properly and honorably conducted this
businoss is of eininlly great importance
nnd value to tho community as ilulldiug
nnd Loan Associations havu proved them
selves to be.
The Hawaiian Investment Go.
Makes a ipcutalty of Negotiating and Pro
curing ljuitsor Borrowers who lire un
able to discount their Notes at the Banks
and who do not caro to obligate them
tolves to some friend or acquaintance by
asking his endorsements to their Note.
This Company will muko Loans upon
Household Furniture, l'ianos. Orguns.
Horsos, Mules, Wagons, Carriages and
1'ersonal J'roperty without removing the
''xierty from the Borrower's possession,
uusiuess win ufl oouuucieu on
' CONFIUKNTlAl, BAblS.
Han Investment Co.,
.. Real Estate Aoents,
15 Kaahumatiu Streets,
(Nnr i'ustUrhce )
.ary Public. Mutual Telephone C39. '
xi'cviff A.r. h
rf r"j " 4T
Ei r 4n
" r mill i i p i b
x T s? : t'jii !vosT"v y
Iholesale f IWULinewsdealee
PUl.1. f.fNH OV
Japanese v Goods i ;
Silk and Cotton Onss Goods,
ti. ito. Sin., RU.
Silkt Liueu aul Crape Shirts
- OF OUMFJiKTK tiTOI'K -Made
by Ynmatoya of Yokohama,
When you are In need ol any line
of Japanese Goods, give ua nM rail nnd
save col nt; nil around town
,- . I
aoo x-ort at, ..custamxiouw
Beli. Tcu 881. Mdtdal Tel. K07.
I'. O. BOX 321.
12S .V ISO FORT STRKF.T.
wc B viMAAUCi.
Tlt-.;il.J IN ALL ITH
Orders from the other Islands in
Bnlldiuo, Trimming, Pnlnting, Etc., Etc.,
Promptly Attended to.
TV W. WItTGIIT, Pitop.
(Hnocessnr to O. West.)
Wilder's Steamship Go.
0. L. WIGHT, Vres. H. B. BOSK, 8co.
Oapt. J. A. KINO, Fort Snpt.
ST,inr. KIN AH,
Will n-av Honolulu nt 'i v. untouching nt
Lahalna, Manlnea Bay and Makena the
same day; Mahukuna, Kawaihavand Lnu
pnhoehoe the following day rrMn t
HII'i to sa'ue cvonliig
i LEAVLS HONOLULU, j AMUVKH HONOLULU.
1 Friday.. .
Friday . . .
Tuesday . ,
. Jan 2U
. Mr. I
. Mr. 22
,. May 3
. June 4
A in;, 2?
. .May 10
. .May 31
.. July 2
. July 12
. . A)e . 4
. .Oct. IB
. lien. (I
.. Dc. 17
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Tin tduy .
Tui sday .
. .Hei". 01
. Srpt. 17
Friday. . ..
Knturnlng, will leave Hllo at 1 o'clock
p. m., touching at Laiipahochoe, Mahu
kona and Kawaihafr same day; Makena,
Maalaea Bay ant Lahnlna the following
dav; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of Tuesday and Fridays
ttf No Freight will be rene-lved nfler
12 noon on day of salllue.
Will leave Honolulu Tutfodi.js i 5 r. x.,
touching at Kahulul Hnn. llamoa and
Kipahaln, Maul. I'.eturnlug trrlves at
Honolulu Htinday ninrnlnB
Will oill at Nun. Kuip'i, 07 lerond tiip
of each month.
ttf No Freight will tw reoeivmt after
4 r. m. ou aay of sailing.
This Company will reserves tho right to
make changes in tho time of departuio and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
t it will not ho responsible for any omso
I iniences arising therefrom.
j Consignees must bo t tho Landings to
, recelvo their Freight; Ill's Company will
1 not hold itself rcsponsiblo for freight after
it bas bcon landed.
I Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not be responsible for
Money or Valuables of passengers unless
placed In the core of l'ursers.
l'assenpcrs ar requested to tmrchase
iicneis uiiore emoarKing. uinse iauing to
do .so will be subject to an additional
charge of twenty-live per cent,
W. F. Reynold, Prop.
periodicals and Mmm
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
CTATinMFB- Fine Btntlonery nnd
DIAllUlllJn. Cheap Stationery.
Optician, Spectacles ft Eyeglasses
Carefully suited to all Sights.
Domestio Sewing Machines
GameSj Toys, DollSj
Always Kept on Hand,
A Nice Stock Always Kept on Hnnd
to Select f.om BOOKS ordered bv
GUITARS FROM 1.00 UP.
' Flutes, Cornets, Plrcolos, Ukuleles
aud other Instruments. Also Violin,
imnjo aim uuitar btrings ana ou
tings. BEWING MACHINE NEEDLE8
for all kinds of Machines, -
Our Great Drive
A HAND MACHINE fou S8.50.
THE DAILY BULLETIN, FEBRUARY
FOOTBALL GAME ASSURED.
' Arranging for One Between the Local
and Philadelphia Teams
I Captain Ghas. Cratio of tho local
1 football toam received a letter from
1 Captain Olmstead of tho football '
toam of tho U. S. S. Philadelphia,
stating that tho naval men wore j
willing to meet any local team in
Honolulu in n came or sories of
games of football. Captain Crano
was only too willing that a sories of
' games bo played and called a meet
nig for yesterday evening.
1 At tho mooting hold in tho rooms
of the Y. M. C. A it was decided to
havo tho first gamo with tho Phila
delphia team on tho 22d inst., and
thereafter every two weeks. All
games aro to bo played undor tho
rules of last year, without tho wedge.
W. E. Beclcwith's resignation as
coauh of the team was accepted aud
James Wilder olocted in his place
Captain Olmstead of tho' warship's
toam was present aud expressed
himself as satisfied with tho arrange-
1 meuts made and congratulated the
club on tho harmony and unanimity
I THE AMERICAN LEAGUE.
Its Offlcors Decorated With Badges (
Thero was a largo atteudanco at
tho meeting of tho American Loaguo
held yesterday ovening. After rou
tine businoss was disposed of D. B.
Smith and in a neat little speech
presented tho eight ofllcers of tho
loaguo with badges. Thoso emblems
aro of very neat design and cost
$185. Tho presentation was not un
expected as Mr. Smith had promised
them so mo timo ago.
Other business transacted was tho
furtherance of tho establishing of
Hawaiian branches with tho object
of annexation. On this island eight
branches will be established. An
nexation is the cry of tho Amoricau
League and' tho members aro 011
deavoring to instill tho idea into tho
Hawaiian?, hence tho movement. A
largo number of Hawaiians havo
signified thoir willingness to sign
auy papor having for its object tho
ultimate annexation of tho Hawai
I iau Islands to tho United States.
Tho February Paradise.
The February number of the Para
dise of tho Pacific is out and copies
can be had at the newsdealers. Tho
urrent number is fully up to the
standard. It contains a great deal
of interesting reading matter and a
number of handsomo naif-tone illus
trations, Send a copy with your
Tuesday, Feb. 5.
Am 1-mnstod ship Ken'lworth, Baker, from
Stmr Ktimu from Hawaii and Maul
TcESPAV, Fob. S.
Stmr W Q Hall for Maui and Hawaii at 10
8tinr Mlkahala for Kanal at 5 in
Btmr Lvliua for llnv.all
dtmr Claudlne for ports on Maul at 5 p m
Stmt Mokolll for Molokai and Lanal
Vessela Leaving To-morrow.
Ger bk Una, Albrecht, for Hongkong
For Maul and Hawaii ti r stmr W G
Hall, Feb 51) Noouun, Mrs D Taylor,
Theo Wolll'. Chas David, tJalem Hamchitte
and son, Miss Burrows, Alea Burrows,
Miss Paris, K 11 Hendry, C R Dement,
Mis Monodd, R- v W Horsfall, W W Gal
lagher, and SO ou deck.
The li'g ship Kenilworth was towed into
port at 8:16 this at em on by too tug Kleti.
'1 he German bark Lira puPed out Into
tho stream this morning preparatory to
sailing for China early to-morrow.
Wire -:- Nails
WILDER & CO., L'd,
O. B. XrWTOjHT
Docs all kinds of Work in
Ctment & stone Sidewalks & Curbing.
He has on hand a large supply of Chi
nese Granite Curb and alway keeps Ha
waiian Curbing Stone. Estimates given
and lowest prices assured Bell Telephone
If your tubstriplion hat expirnl now
it a good tint to rr.ntw it.
'.. ii.f nl iiir atxive Line, (mining In mmum'tititi kmiii '
OA-NADIAJS PACIFIC RAILWAY
lletween Vancouver. M. I'., and Sydney, N. 8. W., and ealllui! al Victoria. It. 0.,
Honolulu nnd Hovn Fiji,
AJR.E 1DXJES .A.T HONOLULU
'In or Hhoul Uie datec below rttidil ?'r.
From Hydltey ntiCl 8uva, for Victoria
and Vanrouvor, B. O.:
8tmr"MIOWKIlA March 1
8tiiir"WAKKIMOO" April I
8tmr"MIOWKKA." May 1
Through TickMx Wsud from Honolulu
rHCtUf1T AND PAi-SKNUEB AIMri
U. McNICOU,, Montreal, Canada.
KOUEKT KKKK, Winnipeg, Canada
M. M. BTKKN. Bau Francisco, Cal.
U. MoL. BBOWN, Vanconver, B. 0.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Australiao Mai) Sorviu.
t ur 3au Prauciffco
I'lif .- and Fine Al Steel Hleniiiiiiii
Ut llie Oceanic Htoamshlp Cotupauy will
he due at Honolulu from Hydneyand Ann.
Innii on nr about
AJid frill leave for the above puil with
w.iii!nori rnHngerRonoranoai tuainnte
for Sydney and Auckland :
I tie New and Fine Al Pteel Bteainsliii
Ol I be Oceania Bteainship Company will
or due at Honolulu, from Ban Francisco,
nn or about
A.ua will have ptmpl desj.aicn ub
Malls aud Passengers for the above ports.
I'he auderslgned are now prepared to Imue
rHBODGH TICKETS 10 ALL POINTS
IN THE UNITED STATES.
Iffir fnfthni tArilArtla .am...
Freight or Passage apply to
WH. Q. IRWIN ft CO., Ltd.,
i-tfi Oenerml Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Go.
S. 8. AUSTRALIA.
from 8. F.
lor B. F.
Feb. 18 Feb. 23
March 18 March 20
April 8 April 13
May 3 May 8
May iff June3
Juno 21 , Jnno 24
July 15 July 20
Aug. ti AUg. 14
Sept 2 Bept 7
bopt. 80 Oct. 2
Oct. 21 Oct. 27
Nov. 15 Nov. 20
j From San Franclsrn from Sydney for
I for 8yd ney. San Francisco.
MARIPOSA. Mar. 14
ARAWA July 4
ALAMEDA.. Aug. 1
MARIPOSA. Aug. 2!)
ARAWA.... Bept. VO
General Business Agent
Writer, Collector and Copyist.
HOUSES - AND - 1100MS
Leased and Rented.
A Thorough Knowledge of Town, Country
rSOMIBKS SATISFACTION TO I'ATnONB.
Office with A. P. Peterson. Kaahn-
manu street. 1207-lni
From Victoria and Vuocouvut, U 0.,
for Suva and Sydnoy:
8tmr"WAltKlM00,, February 24
8tmr"MIOWEKA" March 21
Htmr' WABltlMOO" April 24
in Canada, United States too Europe
Hut Freluhl nnd l'Hssn2e Him all
uurai tnrnriuation, apply in
Theo. H. Davies & Co., L'd,
AgeiiUor the Uauaiiun Itlandt.
' Pacific Mail S.S. Go.
. fl I II n
Occidental anil Orieuial S. s Go,
Put YOKUBAAIA aM ilONU&ONQ.
8teaiiiur ol the uliuve Ooiiipniuei oil!
rail at Honolulu on their way to the ahove
lorts on or about the following dule t
8tmr"O0EANI0" ..February 19,1696
Stmr "COPTIC" April 30, 1805 .'I
Htmr "CITY UFPhKI.NU' ...."J
Juno 1, 1M)5
Stmr 'OPTIC" July 10, isaj
Stmr "CITY OF PEKING". . ........
Atliiust 10, 10j
Stmr "COPTIC '....S-ptember 111, IbW
Btmr "CHINA Octuber 2!l, 18'(5
Sun.- "COPTIC" November 28, IS03
Bnur"ClTY OF PUK1NU"
for SAN FRANC1SCU
ateamen ol the above ('Oinpnuies will
nail at Honolulu on tneir way from Hong
kong and Yokohama to the ilm. imrt on
or about the following dates :
Bttur "GAELIC".... February 16, lt!
Btmr "PERU" March 29 1805
Httnr "GAELIC" April 28 J8!tf
Himr' CHINA" May 20, 1805
btmr 'COPTIC" Juno 17 1605
Btmr "CITY OFPKhlNG"
July 17, lb
Stmr"BKI.GIO" August 9, 1805
Btmr "OITY OF RIO uk JANEIRO"
8optembor 0, 1805
Stmr "CHINA" .OcioberO 1805
Stmr "COPTIC" November 0 1805
Btmr "CITY OF PEKING"
Simr-COmo" Januury 15 18-.W
Btmr' CHINA" February 21, 1800
I4TI8 or PASSAGE ARK AS FOLLOWS:
TO TOKO- TO UOKO
Caom 1160 M 1175 00
Cabin, round trip 4
months 225 it tl!2 BO
Cabin, round trip 12
montha 262 5b Jl8 25
European Bteorage... 85 00 100 00
, Passenger! paying fall fare will be
allowed 10 percent oft return fare If ratnrn
Ine within twelve months.
tw for Freight aud Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
At Wallclki on car line and on Palania
Road near Fertilizing Plant. These Lots
aro Very Cheap nnd Bold ou easy tonus.
Desirablo Acre Tracts near tho city and
other Proportlos for Sale.
BRUCE WARTNG &, CO.,
Dealers in Lots and l.uuds,
1211-tf 603 Fort Street, near Klny.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO,,
fiffi 81 KM ST. yjj
Wholesale and Retail Botchers
- AND -
G. J. Wallkr.
Phactioal Gun Makeii.
Will do any kind of Rontlring to Fire
arms, also Browning and Blueing. Satis
faction guaranteed. Union street, nearly
opposite No. 2 Fire Engine Station.
AT A flTTFUI Manufacturer of Fancy
. JAUUIjaI, Wrought Iron Fences
for Burial Lots, Residences, Gardens, Bal
conies, etc. Union ttreet, nearly opposite
Bell Tower. 1176-tf