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EVENING BULLETIN, JULY 14, 1890.
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A ItlllTIHH IIVltK ARIIIVICI), TO
LOAD FOIt NKW YOIIU.
Marine Item IMchccl U Along tlio
nock Tlio Norma Win no to
Trench Frlgnto Shonln.
The Klnau wa telephoned 10 lulled oil at
The steamer Kauai will tall for the Gardcu
Isle tomorrow with a cargo of coal.
The new twenty-flvc-ton holler I being
placed aboard tliu Mlkalinta today.
Tho US 8 Adams win decorated with hunt
ing In honor of tho anniversary of "the fall
of the Uattlllo."
Tho uark Martha Davis needs a few thou
sand hags more of stipar to trim her. She
will probably ict away within a day or two.
Tho unterlront police hao their cs
"peeled" lor deserters from forclen vessels,
and a closo watch Is being kept especially on
tho deep water ships.
Tho usual crowd was (low n at Inter-Island
nhaif today at the departure ot the WO
IIhII, nliliu sailed shortly after lu o'clock
The llanullan schooner Norma will sail for
French Frigate Shoals toinorrou, on a fishing
expedition A Japanese rii'tv has been
shipped, nud, excepting a boat which Is being
repaired, ovcrythfng Is ready. Woodcu
boxes for Icofinto been placed In the hold,
and Captain lloschlll expects to bring back a
good cargo of fish. The schooner will be
nway about six weeks or more.
In regard to on Item In yesterday's paper
that three deserters from the Adams had
reached San Francisco by stowing nway In
tho schooner Aloha, on her last trip to the
Coast, Olllccr F.vans sajs he told the skipper
that he thought the men wcro aboard. As It
Is very Inconvenient to pull a vessel's cargo
apart after sho Is loaded for sea, no extraor
dinary cirorts were made to get the runaway
tai s out. It Is said the commander of Uncle
Sam's gunboat was glad to get rid of tho
fellows anyway, as they wcro a troubteaomo
TJ'b Rrltlsh bark Belmont, Ladd master,
arrived this morning from Sydney, Australia.
43da8out. She lias BUG tons ol coal for W
3 Irwin A: Co, and after discharging, will
load sugar for New York.
Tho ltelmout left S.duevon May 27, expe
riencing NK to SK "winds to New Zealand,
which sho passed on the north. In 81 S 101
W, a hurricane was met, which lasted S
hour.?, the wind blowing with n velocity of
41) to 80 miles an hour. From thence light
winds were had. After passing Tahiti on
June 2B, NNE winds took the vessel to the
Eipifttor, which was ctosml on July fi. Front
147 W, strong NF, I tildes continued to port.
TIioes8el arrived otr port lust night, and
was towed in tltU morning.
Tho Ilelinout Is 1115 tons burden, and was
uullt on the Cljde In lsfll. Shu is owned In
Yarmouth, Nova bcuila. from which place
her courteous "blueuose" skipper also halls.
Tuesday, July 14.
Br bk Helmont, I.udd, fiom .Sydney.
Stwir Kluau, Clarke, fiom Maul and Ha
HoNHAv. July in.
Schr Ku Mol, for Paoullo.
Tunsuir, July 14.
Stmr CUiudlnc, Cameron, for Maul ports.
Stmr W G Hall, Slmerson, for Hawaii
Stmr Iwalanl, Smythc, for Hanamaulu,
KawlllwllI, Koloa, Klielc, nud Makuwtll.
Stmr Wulalcalc, Gregory, for I.ahalna.
Vukulhacic, and Houokaa.
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOKBOW.
Stmr Kauai, Bruhn, for Walniea and
Stmr Kllauca Hon, Fucman, for I'aauhau.
Kukalau, Koholulcle and Ookala.
Huw bark Muuna Ala, Smith, for l'uget
JUw schr Norma, Rosi hill, for French Fri
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr WG Hall,
July 14 Miss Hutchinson, Miss B Cooke,
Bishop Willis and wife, MIsb Searle, Miss
Nullu, Mrs Bruimgen, Miss Brumcgen, Miss
I. Kinney, Kapun Knnoa, Mr 1' l' Kunna,
Miss 11 Kanna, Mrs Kawauuhau,' Mis li S
Kapu, 1'rof W I) Alexander. Mlsi Alexander,
Geo MeDougall, Miss Kathleen Martin, Mies
Kamolakua, MI'scs Smithies (2), ltev Kalai
wa, ltev Kuwewehl, Chong Chock Cliee, .Mrs
Mahclonu. E Y McGceny, MaMer Kopke, J K
Milter, and 44 deck passengers.
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Klnau,
July 14 Volcano: W G i'lirco and wife,
MUs 8 G Gearron, Col Wm McDonald, Col F
1. Guenthcr. MUs E M Gnenther, Major 7. K
l'augboin nud wllu, Frank Hirulrk, Miss L
I) Goldstein, Mrs Kelly and daughter, 0 S
Dcsky, G B Auasslc, 11 (J White. E Ennclcr.
E II I'arls. K Watkliison.
Wny-pciils: Mrs J Nnwalil a:ul son, G
Apul, (1 Jameson, Captain Earscu, Miss J T
Biodeilek, Mrs W Dunn, Geo Bodlck, 0 J
Falk, It B Fi, Mrs Goo Kim, Mrs Ah lfona,
MlfB V, K nolie, Mies M Pnweis, ltev 8 Kanda,
Eilw In Brunei-, J II B-ter, Seott IU,uti,
Mis C 1. Wight and i cUddirn, II l Baldwin,
TNaka, CSawimo, dipt I) Taylor, A Hock
ing, Father Andro.vt,, uud 11m deck pan-ii-geis.
OABOOES, FltOM ISLAND POUTS.
Ex stmr l.chua, mSobagg sugar.
Ex oiiiu IC iiiiii, l)7Jo iag hiiiritr, 4jo linirs
Eolaloek, 11 tug i,ui, M li.iL-e. wool, no
idi's. r,n luleiuwu. 15 bu;, loeuanuts, K'o '
plig sundries. . ?"
FOBEION VFSaELS EXI'ECTEI).
Vessels hero irojn
Bk Vtloelty ...Hongkong. ...
Ilk Harvester Newcastle
liktn Kllkltut PtGumble
llktn Itobert Sudden ....Newcastle.,
Am bk Kdwuid May,. ...New Yoik.
m bk Seminole Newcastle. . . .
r slip Klwell Newcastle.
Anisfilp Oulduntul....M Y.'
tier bk Splea Uierneu
Brit bk Ladas , . I,h ei pool
Eut, drink (Seattle Eeor) liud
pay for it, for tomorrow you will
want soino more.
CAPTAIN (JOOIi'N AllIti:ST.
Continued from 1st Page.
clmrgoa against Captain Good.
Tho information furnished by
Coyne, was of such n character
that Iub duty as an ofTicor roquir
od him, iu Oolonol MoLoan's
opinion.to have divulged it sooner.
He made an investigation which
fully substantiated Lioutonant
Coyuo'8 statements. Whilo it is
strictly hue thatLioutouaut Cqyuo
lias mane no charges against (Jap
tain Good, tho charges preferred
by (Jolonol McLean aro based
directly pn information obtained
from Lioutonant Coyne, and ho
will bo an important witness.
Tho court-nmrtial will convene
at military headquarters this
eyoning at 7:30 and will bo pro
sided over by Lioutonaut-Colouol
Fisher. Associated with him will
bo Majors C. Iaukea. McLeod and
Potter and Dr. Cooper, who ranks
aB major. W. A. Kinney, with tho
rank of captain, will bo judgo ad
vocate. Tho proceedings will bo
public, unless tho room should bo
cleared whilo tho court is deliber
ating All tho questions will bo
in writing, a copy of which has to
bo furnished tho accused.
Captain Good is confined to his
tout under strict guard, but any
onois allowed to seo him who has
business with him. It was not
known this morning who -would
dofond him. It is likely that tho
proceedings this ovening will con
sist only of reading tho charges
ami specifications and entonng
a plea. As this will bo tho first
oflicinl information Captain. Good
has of their clmractor, an adjourn
ment will undoubtedly bo asked
for and granted to give him time
to proparo his dofonso.
a ui:mahhiim: i.vixkview.
Continued from 1st Page.
flowory complimouts. Li had
been listening to tho echoes of
Bismarck's famo for thirty years
with ropt admiration. Ho was
"now overwhelmed by tho felicity
of being in tho presence of this
almost supernatural greatness."
At parting they embraced and
again gavo tho excited multitude
tho spectaclo of a series of pro
found bows. Tho Gorman press
is much agitated over this meeting,
which is reported with rninuto
Tho minstrol show at theDrill
shed next Saturday evening will
undoubtedly bo tho finest por-
lormauco Ot UIO Kincl ever glVOnJnndjdns the residence of J
in .Honolulu. Mr. itamsey will
tako the place of Thompson, who
is away. Tho quartetto will sing
a new song m tho oho and Mr.
Finnnv will inrln Tnrlinn n.lnlia'
blindfolded Viorrn. nnd .Titol-Qnn I
... lorrn ana J tlCKSOU ,
win put uii u jiuw uuiuesa act
and a new afterpiece by members
of tho company will bo introduced.
The boys aro rehearsing very of
ten indeed in order that tho pub
lic who attend may witness a first
class performance. Ramsey's
song will probably bo tho hit of
tho evening, as it is to a popular
air, and Mr. Eamsoy will localize
tho verses iu his own peculiar
style. Don't miss it if you want
to enjoy some solid fun.
Tho t.tind UuullflcM
Possessed by Hood's Sarsnparilla aro almost
beyond mention, llest of nil, it purifies tho
blood, thus strengthening' tho nerves. It
regulates tho digestive organs, iuviiorntes
the kidneys nnd liver, tones nnd buuds up
the entire system. It cures dyspcpia,
scrofnla, catarrh and rheumatism. Ilemem
ber, Hood's Cures.
Hood's Pilm notoasily, yot promptly and
eflectively on tho liver and bowels. 25 c.
In tho enso of Leo Kok and
two other Chinese, whoso opium
den was riided by Ollicers Sa
and Fevnantles some days since, a
pica of not guilty wnF entered this
morning and thocaso sot for trial
ou tliH 22d.
Complete Plans ana
snecllMiGns anil Full
Designs of Now Model and Artistio
Dwelliugs. Fiom a $500 Artistic Cottage
to a $25,000 Dwelling, nt Bovonty-fivo por
cent less than prohoa,t price charged in Ho
iiolulu, Tlw owners nnd contractors will incur
no extra expense on account of faulty
specifications or not furuUhing complete
working drawings to tho contractor fur Ills
a v. Gr.An.
, ,, JPov Sale.
a Two Stores on Nuuanu street.
4 Four .Lots on Magazine II1U, 75x120.
From 12M to $500 each.
5 Lot on Hackfctd street, 80x100.
6 -A Choice Residence on Lunslllo street,
having all modern Improvements.
7 A Deslrablo liesldcnco at Maklki.
Grounds well laid out. Easy terms.
8 Four Houses and Lots on Puachbowl
street, all rented at a monthly rental of (105.
ThU property Is 840feeton Punchbowl strco,
with a depth of 223 feet running to tie drill
grounds or armory, with n frontage on same
lor 1 or 6 more cottages. Tho central loca
tion of tho property makes It most available.
v uouso ana ixt on Ainau street. .Lot
TOxIOii ft. This property will be sold at cost
and Is an excellent bargain for n homo seeker,
The house Is elegantly finished and of the
best workmanship and materials. There Is a
carriage house and barn on the premises and
tho yard Is well laid out with fruit and orna
10 A Flno Rcsldcnco centrally located,
containing 15 rooms. Lot 120x200 ft. Two
small cottages on the lot bringing In good
11 39 Acies ofl.nliil In Knlllil vnllnv mt.
klkl side). A stream of water flows along
mis land, a bargain
1250 Acres of Best Coffco Land In Funa.
Hawaii, seven miles from lti-n. llvrrnft'
Largo Coffco Plantation. Tho above land
Is held in fee simple. Also, 'M years lease on
150 acres adjoining abovo with a privilege of
15 years more. Price (2,000.
13 An Elecaut Besldeiico on Lunslllo
street, containing 13 rooms, with electric
ligut nxiures ami ull modern toilet continen
ces. There are servants' rooms, stables, etc,
etc, on Hie premises. Lot containing lnj.OlX)
square tcet nicely laid out and planted with
fruit and shade trees.
14 A Commodious Residence on llasslngcr
street, titled with all modern conveniences. Or
win trade lor suburban property.
PS House and Lot on Bcrctanta street.
Houso contains 0 rooms, and all modern con
veniences. Lot 85x145.
17. Flno Residence on Bcrctanla street.
For further particulars Inquire at my olllce,
IS. A House and Lot on Young street.
10 House and Lot corner Victoria and
Ucretanla streets, opposite Thomas square,
house contains 0 rooms. Size of lot 100x200.
21 House and Lot on Young street near
thu rcsldcnco ot the Hev. Mr. 11) dc. Lot
110x140. Houso contains eight rooms.
22 Small House and Lot ou Kcaumoku
street. Lot ISOxlUO.
23 Pearl City Property.
24Deslrahlu Tract of "Coffeo Land on Ha
waii. 25 Two Stores on Nuuanu st, opposite Ku
kul lane, also three lodglug houses lu the
rear of said stores containing 2u rooms In all.
The above pa) s 10 per cent, and Is leased to
responsible parties for a terms of years.
20 A most Dcsirablo Homo on Thurston
avouuo. Large grounds and beautiful flow
er garden; houso furnished throughout iu
hard wood with all latest improvements.
Excellent view of tho city and ocean, nud
ono which cannot bo cut off.
27 A Largo Lot mid Commodious Dwel
ling on Giecu Street, commanding nn un
obstructed viow of tho city aud harbor. No
choicer rosidouco is to bo had in tho city
oven by the most fastidious.
28 A New House ol seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, patent W
C, servants' quarters and stables. One block
from car lino at Puuahou.
29- Only twelvo of those Lots left near
Kamehameha school, from$25o to ?t!oo each.
HO Two Houses and Lots ou Llllba street.
31 An 18 Acre Tract of Land at Kallhl
suitable for dividing up Into building lots.
32 A House and Lot on Alakca street.
33 A Beautiful Building Lot at Kallhl,
100x200, cleared, tenecd and water laid on.
34 A Gently Sloping Lot on Thurston
avenue, 210x125, having a frontago on Green
street of 105 feet, and commanding a bird's
eye view of the city nnd harbor.
35 A Lot on Alexander street, adjoining
rcsldcnco ol Claus Sprcckels.
HO Elegant Beach Properly at Walklkl.
3S-Tlio only CHOICE LOT left at Maklki.
ndiclnslho residence of J A Gllinau and
the residence sites of W L Hopper, II Laws,
and Dr Wood.
39 Lodging Houso, centrally located,
13 furnished rooms, good lease. For salo
Notice: lean Negotiate Loans on any of
tlle 1,UoVu Iirl'erty lor purchasers desiring
6a,nu at from 50 to 75 per cent of thu value.
4 Store on King street near Fort street.
5 OUlco Boom on King street near Fort
0 Warehouse on Esplanade.
10 A Store on Fort street next to Club
12 A Modern Dwelling on Thurston aven
ue, commanding au exceptional view ot" tho
18 A Flvo Room Cotlago on Bcrctanla
street In a desirable loeatlju, or will lease to
a good tenant.
14 A Furnished Cottage In a good location
for two or three montlix.
15 M U Monearrat's Cottage on Union
10- House nud Lot, 100x230, ou Lauo off
School sheet, adjoining- Kuuluwelu school
house, l'urlor, 3 be iroonis, dining-room,
ldtchon, puutry, bathhouse, cauiagc house,
stublo uud outbuilding. Bent !?30 per
COO King etrcet.
Commissioner of Deeds
Having been appointed and comtnlsuloued
a Commissioner of Deeds for tho State ofCal
tfornli, 1 am prcpatcd
To administer and certify oaths.
To take and certify depositions and aQlda
vlts. To take and certify tho acknowledgment or
proof of powtrH of uttomev, mortgages,
transfers, gruMs, deeds or other instruments
or record, .
A. Y. GEAR, '
Telephone 250. , CO'J King Street
J ainps Hi. I-Iolt,
General Business Agent, Ac
countant and Collector.
Officei No. 11 Kaahumanu Stroot. Tele
phone No, 039. Prompt nttontion
guaranteed. 217 tf
Canadian-Australian Steamship Line
Bteamore ot tho abovo Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Botwocn Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W nnd calling nt Victoria, B. a
Honolulu nnd Suvn (Fiji),
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From flyjucy nnd Sinn, for Victoria and
Vancouver, It. C.t
Stmr "WARRIMOO" July 24
Stmr "MIOWERA" August 21
Stmr "WABBIMOO" September 21
Stmr "SIIO WEHA" October 24
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to CnnnUa,
United States and Europe.
FUEiani AND l'ASSLNQEH AOENTRt
D. SIoNicolii, Montreal, Canndu.
Bohebt Kehii, "Winnipeg, Canada,
M. M. Stehn, Snn Francisco, Cnl.
Q. MoL. Buown, Vancouver, B. O.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Stool Steamship
" Monowai "
Ot tho Ocennio Steamship Company will
be duo nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Anoklnnd on or about
July 23, 1806.
Ahd will Icavo for tho abovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or ubout that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho New and Fino Al Stco Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Ocenuio Steamship Company will
be duo nt Honolulu from Snn Fraucisco
on or about
July 30, 1896.
And will linvo prompt despatch with
Mails and FusSengors for tho abovo ports.
Tho undersigned nro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
tgyFor furthor particulars regarding
Froight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrivo Honolulu Leavo Honolulu
from S. F. for S. F.
July 17, 1890 July 20, 1890
Aug. 10, 1890.., Aug 15, 189G
From Snn Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. Sau Francisco.
Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Mnriposn, July30,'90 I Monownl,July23,90
Monowai, Aub27,'90 Ann(ln,Aug20'93
A LIFE SIZE
Ops Psscn. Ekotas of tha Sittor
lris tho LATEST OFF13B we .havo
Portrait and Landscape
G. R. Harrison,
Practical Piano Maker and Tuner,
Can Furnish tho Bast
Office, Fort street, opposite Cnthollo School.
Tolophono 231, 412 and 190.
B" Orders promptly attended to.
Oceanic SteamsliiD Co.
Oceanic SMilip Cnjitt swiip Co's
From Victoria nnd Vnneouvor, It. O., to
Huva nnd Sydnoyt
Stmr "MIOWERA" July 10
Stmr "WARRIMOO" Aucust 10
Stmr "MIOWERA" September 10
Stmr "WA1UUMOO" October 10
t3T For Freight aud Pnssngo nnd nil
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agents for tho nnwniiau Islands.
hik li! Steij)
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG i
Stcamors of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their wny to tho
abovo norts on or nbont tho follnwitit
Stmr City of Poking July 18, 189(1
Stmr Ohiun Aug. 0, 1S90
StmrBolglo Aug. 1 3, 1890
For SAN FKANCISC0:
Stenmers of tho nbovo Companies will
call nt Honolulu on their wny from
Hongkong nnd Yokohnmn to tho nbovo
port on or about tho following dates:
StmrBelgio July 24, 1890
Stmr Peru .'..Aug. 1, 1800
Stmr ltlo do Janeiro Aug. 19, 1800
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO TO riONQ
Cabin S1G0.00 8175.00
Cabin, toutid trip, 1
moutliM 225.00 2C2.50
Cabiu, round trip, 12
mouths 202.C0 810.25
Europonu St eerngo . . . . 85.00 100.00
tSPPabsengors paying full fnro will bo
allowed 10 porceut off return faro if re
turning within twelvo mouths.
CSFFor Freight aud Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO,,
O. L. WIGHT, Prcs. S. 11. HOSE, See.
Capt. J. A. KING, PortSupt.
Will lenvo nouolnlu t 10 a. m,, tonohingnt
Lnhninn, Mnuluen Buy and Mukcnn tho
Siiiuo (by; Mnhukonn, Knwaihao and Lau
pahoehoo the following day, arriving at
IIllo tho same evening.
LEAVES IIONOMJUJ. AHHIVLS UOKOLULU.
Friday July 17 I Friday, July 21
"Tuesday,... July 23 Tuesday,.. ..Aug. 4
Friday Aug. 7 I Friday, .... Aug. 14
Tuesday,.. .Aug. 18 Tuesday,. ..Aug. 25
Returning, will Jeavo Ililo at 1 o'clook
p. m., toueliiug at Laupuhoohoo, Mahu
konn and Kuwaihao saiuo dayj Mukonn,
Jlaalaea Pay aud Lahaiua tho following
day; nrriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of 'luosday and Fridays.
" Will call at Pohoiki, Puna.
fftT"&o Freight will be received alter
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will lcavo Honolulu Tuesday ot 5 p.m.)
touching at Kuhului, liana, Hamoaand
Kipahulu, Maui. Itcturning arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Ifuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
SSfNo Froight will bo received after
p. M.in day of hailing.
This Company will reterves tho right to
mako ohangos in the time of departure and
arrival of its steuuiois without notice and
it will not bo responsible for auy cousc
(pienccs arising therefrom.
Cousignpes must be nt tho Landings to
recoho their Freight; this Company vill
not hold Itself responsible for fteight after
it has been laudod.
Live Stook only nt owner's risk.
This Compauy will not be rebpoiihiblo
for Money or Valuables of parseugers
unless placed in tho caro of Pursers.
Passengers nio requested to purchase
tiokets before embarking. Thobo failing to
do bo will bo subject to nn additional
ohargcof twenty-live per cent.
To Let or Lease.
TnE nESlDENCE OF MItS. A. LONG,
ono milo from postoftlce. Largo houso with
furniture Four bed rooms, parlor, largo
diulug room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
servant housos, stablos, horso paddock,
guidon and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFIIEI) MAGOON.
-tf Merchautst., uext Postoulce;
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Gekeiul Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu.,
LEWERS & COOKE,
IUPOBTElta AND lEALEUB IN LUMDBB.
AK ALI, TEL. J8 OF BnrtBina
Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
Book and Job Printer
Moroknnt Streot, Honolulu, H. I.
Ovur Jlnwaiiau No vs Company's.
Book Storo. my
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalers in Lnmbor and Coal
and Building Materials of nil
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Importois nnd Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort aud Queen Streets.
M. S GRINBAUar & CO.,
Qucou street, Honolulu, and 215 Front
street, Sun Fraucisco, Cal.
General Merchandise and . ,
. . Commission Merchants,
King st., bet. Fort and Alaken.
Contractor : and : Builder.
MONUMENTS AND TOMlWTOViS.
KT Finest Grndo BLUE STONK from
Punnhou Quarries. "78-tf
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nuuanu Vnlloy, abovo tho Mausoleum.
All orders given prompt nnd faithful nt
tontion. No extra chargo for delivering
Flowers to any part of tho 'city. Lois,
Mountain Grcons and Carnations n spo
GONSALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROOEKS AND
225 Queen streot, Honolulu, H. I.
Hawaiian nnd Foreign Bfrds and Animals
mounted In thu best inaiiner, ueltii; tliu latent
metlioUs only. Hotel St near Dr McGrew.
Hotel St., near Fort. Tel". 302.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND STOCK BHOKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
EHtntc and Furniture.
ConsoliflateS Ma Water Go., L'l
Corner Allen & Fort StoM Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
C. B. DWIGHT,
Docs nil kinds ot Work in
Cement & Sionc Sidewalks & Curbing
Ho hns on hand a lurgo supply ov
Ohineso Grunito Curb nud nlwnys keops
Hnwniinu Ourbing Stone. Estimates
given and lowcs4, prices assured. -TJclo-ohono
JOHN T. LUND,
Instrument -:- Maker,
Bioyolo repniriug and nickel plating n
Gold, Sil7cr and Bronze Electroplating.
130 KoItT Sr. : . , TEL. C07.
BRASS SIGNS MADE TO ORDER.
Fort St. Opp. Pantheon Stablea.
Our Scissors nro sharp; our
Razors nro bright; wo Shave
equally well by day or by
FRANK PACKECO, Propr.
' V ' ""m- ' Hyilif
,',v! A '