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Et 8 EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 28, 189G.
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I' THE WfiTERFROKT """ n""i",w xmvs' Real Estate
Bff - f j , i
Bfig' vuwirinru row ji nigc.
l -rK union s. n. momowai in A military pnssoncor trnin JrSSS iftlpFffi
JvlHypd by Kiiu-IIhIi Moll Departure
of Uinnii Iwnlnnl mid Walalealo
The Ocrmnn bark J. U. Olnde silted from
Liverpool for Honolulu on Aug 10.
Tlic B 0 Allen has finished dlsclirglnK,
ami 111 lond ugar after the Irmgftrd.
Tho hark Mnuna Ala passed Tatoosh for
Port Townscnd from this port on the 17th.
llcforo sailing ni;nln, the Iwalanl will 10 on
the Marine Hallway for a cleaning; anil re
pairs. Tomorrow, hluli tide lame 8 n m; high
tldo small G:'0 p in; low tide large 0:j7 a in;
low tide small .5u p m.
The steamer Klnnn sailed on her regular
routu at 10:3o this mornl g with a lurgo pas
senger list and n full i-nrgo.
Twciitv-flve Japanese men and 3 women
for Wnla'kca and lis l hlnese for QuoiigTnoiig
were released from quarantine today.
TlioMonownl left tho dock at noon, but
the pilot had considerable ditllcnlty In get
ting her noo pointed lu the right direction
belorcMeamlng out the harlBor
Tho tiarkentltie 9 Castle sailed from San
Kranelaco for this port on Aujr 14, and the
scnooncr I rnnsii on me ism. incnuuuuu
Mnrv Dodge left for Kuliulul on tho liltli.
The schooner General MePheison arrived ;
at San Dli-L'o mi the Pith from Honolulu i
with a cargo of tiupii.nl product. 'Ihls was
the first flip of the vensel, which Is owned
by San Diego men.
Montcrev, August 0 The stmr 8t Paul
Cspt Downing, hound to San Frum Ifco from
Ban Pedro, was wrecked last illicit! a! 1 1 .Ho
i) m, about one mile below Point Pinoj: no
lives lost so tar as known.
It being desirable to coal Ihe Mcaimr on the
portslde, thesis Monowul was turned round
before hauling up to the wharf last nlulil.
Owing to tho narrow spaco to nuncuvur In,
it took some time to get the olg erall round.
James Mills, the managing director ot the
Union Steamship Co. of Niw Zialaud, Is a
through passenger In the Monowal. He has
been to (ilasgow looking after the construc
tion of a new steamer. Mr. Mills Is aeioiu
pMihd by hi) wife and maid.
f.ato arrival" at Sun Francisco from these
Islands were a follows. AugU-SS i'eru.il
da U. hrs from Honolulu Aug I J Sclir
Wary Omlire, : da Irum Kaliulut. Aug IJ
bull Helen N KlintKill. aJJ, da from hatmlul.
Aug 13 Sclir Murrlel, s dn from llonoipu,
Aug 17 Ilk Santiago. !it la from llllo.
Tho Hawaiian shin .llm linn arrived at
Ban Francisco from Newcastle, NS V, on
Fridiy, August Uth. On June 11th, she was
caught In a heavy southeast gale and lost
three lower toji-alls, a staysail and fure and
main sail. The cargo shifted and the ship
bad a nornw escape It wn-t tin' only inci
dent during the passage and tine weather
was expel lenced from that time on.
Till'nsDAV. Aug -7.
8 8 Monowal, Carey, from Sail Fran
cisco. , ..j
8tmr tVahileale, Peterson, from Kauai.
Stmr Iwalanl, 3mj the, from Hawaii.
Fitimv. Aug 21
'8 8 Monowal, Carey, for the Colonies via
Samoa. ,. -
Am sclir (i V Watson, Pridberg, fr Puget
Stmr Kluau, Claike, for Hawaii and
Maul. , ,, .
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, fur Oiiliu
OAltdOEH FltOJI ISLAND POUTS.
r.x etuir Jwnlanl ITIH hap sugar.
Kxilmr Wiiiall-i.il 3721 ling tnddy, 157
bags i lee, lb bdls lilib s, pkgs sundries.
From San KraneWeo, ier s Monowal, Aug
27-CauIn: .Mrs .1 u Mion, airs .n t
UI1U CI1U, illB ' vufc.o...., w..
crans, Mrs llosr crans, .Mis C 11 Ldwiuds
P, HSENOEUS DLPAIITED.
For the Colonies nud Samoa, per S3 Mono
wal, Aug 2S--.I Aniens. A Reynolds, JCI
Kmption and wife, W II (Stove and family, II
McNIghl, C C'air, l)r MeU'iini'ii, wife and
daughter, R (tiindall, J .Mlliui.
For Maui and IIownll. perstmr Klnnn, Auu'
2S Volcano : Dr Cochrane and wlfu. Waj
ports: Ch'is A liannlster, Chas llussey, Mil.
K Hupat, II Klsliur, J T Slacker, W O Walker
and wllu. .1 N Dell and daughter, S S Paliuer.
Muroliiil Itrown, P J Aiken, J it Huebou, wifi.
nudnltce, U ' Kstep, lte ) II ftullck, Mrs
I!oo Ludd and son, Irr 11 S Towiiend, :
ehlldicn am) -eriunl. C K lloxeiansaud isltu,
O Ablmlt, Mrs Homer. CD Spanow, C .
Iliadloid, .M D dotivia Mrs 1' l.ov, Mih,.
AleMiiidui, Miss Sella WYl.lit, Mls Atkins,
MissL I Milt.. Mm Da ton and - eliildrcn.
Llltii Hiedi, Doiu Krede, Di Averdmi. I n I
Maiki, Louisa IIucSiN, C Miiltli, Mrs t
King, child ind srvant, W llrede, J IJ Hay.
Paul llrcde, Mi-s ilroHii, Miss llapai, C Kai
ser, (I F Little. P A Dins, Mis 1'i.rhe. Miss
JI Monis, Mi MeMeoll, Miss S Pall, Miss T.
Pall, Mis J N Hill, .Miss Maisey. Auiilebhuw.
F K I Hint. Miss Lauia I'uli, C C Keuncity,
wile and son.
FOUKION VF93ELS EXPECTED.
Vessels Where trotn Duo
Am bk Edward May,. ...New York..Ai'gHU.
'to tik Seminole Newcastle Due
ArshpKlwell Newcastle. .. Due
(ler tik cplfft Hitmen Aug. o
lirlt hk Ladus Liverpool Aug So
RltnilAM-On the 11th July, at Horn
burg vor der Hoehe, (iermnny, Mrs N
llrciiam, uged 2 years.
WiilHcr, airs r. tiniPiiueii, .u us ""
daughter. J Kenton ami wllW 1 K Tracy and
wife, II M Veiliigtmi and wife, Di (1 h Lou
con ay. llieo Ulelnrds and wife, W 11 llali
hilt, Judge A d llartwell. Judge A Perry.
Alls.. E I) Stephen, Miss Winter, Miss Alma
Kriisen, MIsb Johmoii, Mls (.' B Albilght,
Jlls 0 Lisle, Miss (! Wasson, Mi8 X VVilgut.
N Appleton. A A McCurda, C A llurtwell, A
T Hill tw ell, E.urlclgli, J ircimehs, u .iiss.
LVo'sion. Steerage; C A est, O S Wil
liams, N J Patterson. II F Lllley, W L Dis
ney, Jno C Utigel, W J Uatnsuy, Jno 3 Hall.
Mrs KH West and child, Mrs J MeAndrons
i ... ., ii i. w nirt,ti ITli.ia K liDSt.
A militory pnssongor trnin
bound for Havana waB wrecked
by tho insurgents, although it hnd
a military escort. Six soldiers of
tho escort woro killed in tho light
with tho ambushed rebels, and
twenty-one wounded woro brought
to Havana by a relief expedition.
In tho Spanish Chambor of
Doputies a Carlist moinber asked
what measures the Government
had takon to demand rodrcss for
tho outrngo reported to havo been
iuilieted upon tho Spanish flag by
the people of Koy West, Ela., ro
coutly. Tho Minister of tho In
terior in reply said that this was
not tho moment to discuss tho
mattor. Thereupon tho Carlist
deputy retorted that tho Govern
ment always Invoked tho patrio
tism of tho Chambor in order to
imposo silouco upon tho Deputies
when awkward questions wero
COLD BLOODED LOGIC.
How the Mcnn Man Tank n llnse Ailran
tno of Ills Wlfs.
Sho had nbont recovered from tho
ngitivtlnn caused by n caterpillnr whleh
bud crawled up on her shoulder. Ho
hnd brushed it uwtiy, but had not shown
u great deal of emotion.
"Ughl" sho exclaimed.
"Cold?" ho inquired.
"No. I wsxh thinking nbont that cat
erpillar." "Haven't you got over boing scared
ot them? I should think you'd bo kiud
of used to them by this time."
"As if anybody could over got used to
"What is it nbont a caterpillar that
yon disliko so much?"
"Oh, they nro so big and brownl"
"They aro rather brown."
"And so furry I"
"Yes, thoy'ro pretty furry too."
Tiiey wnlkcd on in silwico for n time.
Then he observed :
"Alatildn, women nro popularly sup
posed to bo inconsistent. I don't think,
though, that you nro so much so ns most
"I'm never inconsistent," was tho
"I'm glad of it. You said that yon
disliko u caterpillnr because- it is big
and brown unci furry."
"I did. And I fail toseowhyyou
should expect mo to tako it back."
"I don't expect you to tako it back.
I don't want you to tako it back. I was
just thinking that according to what
you havo mid you won't want any seal
skin sack next winter becauso a seal
skin sack is ever so much bigger and
browner and furrier than any caterpil
lar that over grow, nud I tell you, Ma
tilda, it takes a great woight off my
Sho did not niako nny reply, nnd,
judging by tho expression which tho
electric light revealed on her face, it
was just its well that sho did not. De
troit Fieo Press.
Tho Blystcry Solved.
"I'vo dircovercd why tho conductor
always pulls tho bell twico when you
get on n Broadway cablo car," said tho
tall man as ho Mvuug himself on tho
footboard whilo tho car sped on at tho
rate of ten miles an hour.
"Why, of course," said tho fat man
after ho had got his breath, which had
gono astray during a similar acrobatic
feat, "it's to toll tho gripmnn to go
"That's absurd, becauso yon know
perfectly well tho gripman never stops
at all. No, I'vo been studying on this
thing n good deal, and now I fancy I'vo
"Well, what does tho doublo ring
"It's this way: Tho conductor, when
ho sees a would bo passenger make a
leap for tho car, pulls tho boll once.
Do you know why that is?"
"To stop tho car, of course."
"Not a bit of it. That's an ambu
" You snrpriso mol"
"Fact, though. Then when tho pas
senger escapes sudden death tho con
ductor rings twico to indicate that tho
nmbulnnco call is off. Seo?"
And sifter n deep silenco tho fat man
camo to tho Hsimo conclusion. Now
A Vitciif Ours.
"Whu's riWi cro 10 to 1 business?"
asked one colored man.
"Dotin' yoh know whu dat is?"
"No'ndeed. An I bet or razzcr yoh
doan' know noider. "
"Ynss, I do; yass, I do. Sixteen (cr
one cr um 10 tor 1 is whut all de
white folks is ttilkin 'bout 'oasodiy
dono got tired o' Trilby an do X ray. "
In the Land of "Scorchers."
.- rzr? a-.-trv
Now York World.
The Evening Jiullctin, 75 cents
4S .-$ -;!
3 Two Stores on Nutianu street.
4 Four Lots on Magazine Hill, 75x120.
From tOO to (500 each.
5 Lot on Ilackfeld street, 80x100.
0 A Choice Kesldcnce on Lunalllo street,
having nil modern Improvements.
7 A Deslrublo llesldence nt Maklkl.
Grounds well laid out. Kssy terras.
8 Four Houses nnd Lots on Punchbowl
street, nil rented tit a monthly rental of 10:.
This property Is SlDfeeton l'uiichhonl strce,
with n depth of ''! ftel running to the drill
grounds or nrinory, with a frontago on same
for 4 or S more cottages. Tho central loca
tion of the property makes It most available
U House and Lot on Klnnn street. Lot
TOxtOii ft. This property will be sold at cost
nnd Is an excellent bargain for n home seeker,
Tho huuse Is clegntiUy finished nud of the
best workmanship and materials. There Is a
carriage house nud barn on the premises nnd
the yard Is well laid out with fruit and orna
10 A Flno llesldence centrally located,
containing 15 rooms. Lot HiOx'iW n. Tuo
small cottages on tho lot bringing In good
111)0 Acres of Land In Knllhl valley, (Will
klkt side). stream of water Hows along
this land. A bargain
1-' 5U Acres of llest Calico Land In l'una.
Ilnunll, scNcn miles from ltcp. Ilyeroft's
Large Cotfeo l'luntiitlou. The above land
Is held In feu simple. Also, SO years lease, on
150 acres adjoining above with n prlvllego ol
15 years more. Price $2,000.
1 i A Commodious llesldence on Hnsslnger
street, fitted with all modern conveniences. Or
will trade lor suburban property.
Ill House and Lot on Ucrctnnla street.
House contains 0 rooms, and all modern con
veniences. Lot HTixUS,
17. Fine llesldence on Ileretanla street.
For further particulars Inquire at my olllce,
18. A House nnrl Lot on Young street,
1U Homo and Lot corner Victoria and
Ucrctaiila streets, opposite Thomus situare.
house contains 0 rooms. Size of lot 100x200.
"1 House and Lot on Young street near
the residence ot the ltev. Mr. Hyde. Lot
110x140. House contains eight rooms.
22 Small House and Lot on Kcaumuku
street. Lot 5(1x100.
2a Pearl City Property.
84 Desirable Tract of Coffee Land on Ha
waii. 25 Two Stores on Xutianu st,opposlto Ku
kul lane, also three lodging houses In the
rear of said stores containing 2u rooms In nil.
The above pnys 10 per cent, nnd Is leased to
responsible parties lorn terms of years.
JO A most Desirable Homo on Thurston
nveniiu. Large grounds nnd beautiful llow
cr garden; houso furnished throughout in
hard wood with all lntest improvements.
Kxeelleut view of tho city nnd ocean, nnd
one which ennnot bo cut off.
27 Largo Lot and Commodious Dwel
ling on Green Street, commanding nn un
obstructed vlow of tho city nnd hnrbor. No
choicer rcsidouco is to bo hnd in tho city
oven by the most fastidious.
2S A New House ot seven rooms with
electric lights thioughotit, bath, patent W
C, servants' iiunrtcrsnnd slnbles. One block
from car lino nt Piiuahou.
20- Only ten of thoso Lots lert uear
Kniiiclmiuchn school, from $25o to i lloo each.
8(1 Two Houses and Lots on Lillhn street.
31 An 18 Aero Tract of Land at Kullhl
suitable for dividing up Into building lots.
3'2 A House nnd Lot on Alaken street.
:'.',S-A Ucautlful Building Lot nt Knllhl,
100x200, cleared, fenced and water laid on.
yi A Gently Sloping Lot on Thurston
avenue, 210x125, having a frontage on Green
street of 105 feet, and commanding a bird's
eye view of the city and harbor.
i!5 A Lot on Alexander street, adjoining
residence of Clous Sprcckcls.
80 Elegant Ilcaeh Property nt Wulklkl.
88-Tho only CHOICK LOT left at Maklkl.
It ndjclns the residence of J A (illmiinnud
the residence sites of W L Hopper, II Laws,
nnd Dr Wood.
40 A Lease of a Hotel rentrally located
nnd completely lurnlshed. A good paying
42 Lot 75vl50 New homo of S rooms,
elegantly llnlshed; servants ipinrters, carriage
house, btablis, etc, at the comer of Alapnl
nnd (Ju.irry stieels. Good view of the ocean.
1-t Three houses ol 0 rooms each, nil rent
ed to good tenants. Lot It (I feet on Here
tiinln street by u depth ol'2'JO feet through to
Klnau street, and a frontage on tho hitter
street oi loo feet. Good opportunity for In
vestment. 44 Lot on Maklkl street, 7.'xIlo Cheap.
45 House nud lot on Peteison Lunu, Pa
lama. House contains 0 rooms. Lot 75x11(1.
40 Dwelling House of U rooms, fitted with
all modern conveniences. Lot 125x110,
Situated nt l'alama.
47 Vacant Lot on Walldkl lload, 100x110.
48 House and Lot on Xtiuniiu street.
House contains eight furnished looms.
Very conveniently located near the business
center of the city.
Notice: I can Negotiate Loans on nny of
the above property lor purchasers dcslrlug
samu nt from 50 to 75 per cent of the value.
4 Store on King street near Fort street.
5 Olllce Itoom ou King btreet near Fort
0 Warehouse on Esplanade.
10 A. Store on Fmt btreet next to Club
12 A Modern Duelling nn Thurston aven
ue, commanding an csi.ptlouul view ol the
18 A Flvo Iloom Cottngu on Ileretanla
street In a desirable location, or will lease to
n good ti'iunt.
II A Furnished Cottage Inn good location
for two or three mouths.
10 House nnd Lot, 100x230. ou Lauo off
School utioet, ndjoiiiing Kiitihiweln school
1 i .. ii i. .. .. i . i .,. .
uuuhu. x urior, uonroouis, tiiiiiug-rooin,
kitchen, pantry, bathhouse, enrriugo honse,
btablu and outbuilding, Kent $30 per
17- A Henutlfitl Slimmer llesldence nt the
Peninsula, Pearl City, completely furnUhcd;
five rooms and servant's quarters. Will rent
cheap to a desirable tenant. The lot Is over
nn acre In size and well laid out, and com
mands a beautiful view of the luirhor,
18 Store Itoom, Oil x 48, $25 per mouth,
driveway Into It, Ileretanla street, tear of
City Teed Store.
10 Piece ground 80 feet front, on Ilereta
nla street, ucxt to City Feed Store. Will
erect good store ou ground nnd lease 5 years
nt M0 per month.
20 A Neat Cottage on Nuunmi Avenue,
containing 0 rooms and bath.
21 A Furnished llesldence on King street
in a desirable locality.
A. V. G-EAR,
210 King street.
Steamers ot tho abovo Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, 15. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W- and calling nt Victoria, B. O.
llonolttln nnd Snvn (Fiji),
-AJRIE 3DTTE -A-T KCOnSTOIjTJIjTJ"
On or nbont tho dates bolow stntod, viz.:
From By ilney nnd Burn, for Vlctorln nnd
VnncoUTer. II. C.i
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Soptembor 21
Stmr "MIOWEHA" Octobor 24
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" November 21
Stmr "MIOWEllA" December 24
Throti,'li Tickets Issued from Honolulu to Cniitulti,
United States nnd Kurope.
rilEiailT AND FA8SEN0BK AGENTS!
D. MoNicomi, Montreal, Cnnadu.
Hohkut KEitn, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stkiin, San Francisco, Ual.
Q. MoL. BttowN, Vancouver, B. O.
linn Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho Now nnd Fine Al Stcol Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Occnnio Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Syunoy nnd
Anokland on or nbont
Sept. 1 7, 1896.
And will lenvo for tho nbovo port with
Mails nud Pnssongers on or nbout that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now nnd Fino Al Stee Steamship
Of tho Oeenuio Steamship Company will
bo due at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or nbont
Sept. 24, 1896.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and FnnscnserB for tho nbovo ports.
Tho undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
tgyFor furthor particulars regarding
Froight or Pausago npply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
Arrivo Honolulu Lenvo Honolulu
from S. V. for S. F.
Sept. 4, 1S00 Sopt. 0, 1890
Sept. 23, 1800 Oct. .'I, 1S0G
From Snn Francisco From Sydney for
for Sidney. San Francisco.
lrn't' Ilonolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alauiodn, Sept 24,'00 I Mnriposn,Septl7,00
Mariposa, Oct 22, '00 Mouowni.Oct lO'OO
A LIFE SIZE
Qr.2 Pancn. Photos of tho SlUs;
EST Is thu LATEST OFFEll wo have
Portrait and Landscape
320 Fort stieot, near Merchnnt.
Custom House Broker and. Statistician
General Business Agent.
Oceanic Steamship Go. Pacific Mail Stoip k
Oceanic SteamshiD Co.
From Vlctorln nnd Vnneouv er, II. 0 to
Huvn nnd Sydney)
Stmr "MIOWEllA" September 10
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" .October 10
Stmr "MIOWEllA" November 16
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" December 10
3T For Froiht nnd PnsfiaRO and nil
Goncral Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
ARents for thoIInwnuanlslnndB.
Occiaeatal & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG:
Steamers of tho nbove Companies will
call nt Honolnlu on their way to the
nhovo ports on or about tho following
Stmr Coptic Sept. 2, 1800
8tnirllio do Janeiro Sept. 10, 1800
I Stmr City of roklngf. . . .Sept. 28, 18U7
For SAN FRANCISCO:
Stenmers of tho abovo Companies will
cull at Honolulu ou their way from
HonskotiR nnd Yokohama to tho above
port on or nbont tho following dates:
Stmr Doric Sipt. 15, 1890
Ktuir China Sopt. 2.", 1 SHO
Stmr Peru Oct. 12, 1S0G
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO nONO
Cnbin S1G0.00 8175.00
Cnbiu, round trip, 4
mouths 225.00 262.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
mouths 2C2.50 810.25
Ruroponu Stcernso .... 85.00 100.00
iSyl'nHseuRcrs puying full fnro will be
allowed 10 percent ol! return fnre if ro
turning within twelve months.
t3TFor Froight and FnssnRO npply to
H. HACKFELD & CO
C. L. WIGHT, Pres. S. II. HOSE. Seo.
Cnpt. J. A. KING, I'ortSupl.
Will lenvo Ilonolulu at 10 a. m., touching nt
Lahniim, Mnnhiuit liny and Mul.emi tho
sanio djyj' Mnhukonii, Kuwaihno and Lnu
pahochoe tho following day, arriving at
Ililo the Bnmo evening.
LEAVES H0N0MJT.il. AHHIVKS HONOLULU.
Tuesday Sept. 8
Friday Sept. 18
Tuesday ...Sopt 2!)
Friday Oct. 0
Friday Sept. 4
Tnesduy .. .Sept. 15
Friday Sept. 25
TutMdny Oct. 0
Returning, will lenvo Ililo at 1 o'clock
r. m,, touching nt Laupuhoohoo, Mahu
kona nnd Kawaihao samo day; Jlnhen.i,
Manlaca Hay aud Lnhniua tho following
day; arriving at Ilonolulu tho afternoons
of 'luosduy nnd Fridays.
. Will call at l'oholki, Tuna.
C8T"No Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day ot sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday at 5r.M.
touching nt Kiihtihii, Ilnna, Hamoa and
Kipahtilu, Muui. iteturuing arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call nt Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
F"No Fioight will bo received after
p.m. on day of nailing. ,.
This Company will reierres tho right to
make chuuges in tho tlmo of departure and
arrival of its stentuors without notice and
it will not bo rospoiibiblo for nny conse
quences arising therefrom.
CouhignpOH must bo at the Laudiugs to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itBelf responsible for freight afler
it has been landed.
Live Stock only nt owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of pasbengers
unless placed in tho caro of Pursers.
Passengers mo requested to pttrchnso
tiokets beforo embarking. ThObO fulling to
do so will be Bubject to an additional
charge of twcuty-tlvo per cent.
To Let or Lease.
THE nESlDENOE OF MRS. A. LONG,
one mile from post offlco. Large honse with
furniture. Four bed rooms, parlor, large
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
servant housos, stables, horse paddock,
garden nnd trees. A charming locntion.
Apply to J ALFltUD MAGOOX.
tf Meiclintit st next rostofflco!
wilder s Steamship
Pioneer Building and
Assets July, 1896, $106,646.16
Money Loaned on Approved Socnrily.
A Savings llank for Monthly Deposit.
Honsea Built on the Monthly Installment
Thirteenth Serlos of Stook now opon.
For furthor particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Seorotury.
Chnmbor of Commerce Uooms.
Offlco hours, 12:301 -.30 P.M. 37.1-tf
General Manngcr of
The Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tho United States for the Hawaiian
Onrcn: Mcrohnnt street, Honolnlu.
ATLAS -:-ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. Schmidt & Sons,
Agonts for tho Ilnwniinn Islands.
Instrument - Maker,
llicyclo repairing nud nickel plating a
Gold, Silver ana Bronze Electroplating.
130 FORT ST. : : , ThL. C07.
C. B. DWIGHT
,nfs C01,trnclB 'or all kinds of STONE
OKK, monument work, ctment nnd
stonB sidowalks nnd curbing. I havo ou
hand tho best Ilnwniinn stone, Chineso
grunito, etc. Fino stone for monumental
work. Lstimnlcs given nnd lowest priccB
assured. Telephone 833.
Consolidated Sofa Water Co., L'fl
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
DAVID K. BAKER,
Nnunnu Vnlley, abovo the Mausoleum. v
All orders given prompt ond faithful nt
tention. No nxtm rtmrrrA 4n .1..1. ....:..
Flowers to nny part of tho uity. Lcis.
Al Sill tit r n Z-.-.-... J I it
jiuuuium itrtuuH ana uurunttons a spo-
Hiiwallnnniid Fon-lgn Hluls am) Animals
mmiiilea In the ln't tn.-inr !, iihIiiit the latest
nathoils only. Hotel M i ear Jir.MUiruw.
Hotel St.. nfnr Fort. Tol. o02.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEEIl AND STOCK BHOKEH
No. iH Queen Street.
Export Apjirnieetnout of Real
Entttto nud Furuitnrn.
GONSALVES. & CO,
WHOLESALE GROCERS AND"
225 Quoon street, Honolulu, H. I.
M. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
Queen street, Honolulu, nnd 215 Front
stjcot, Sun Fraucibco, Cal.
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commission Merchants.
M. PHILLIPS & CO.,
Whoksulo Importers and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort mid Queen Streets.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doulors in Lumber and Coal
nnd Building Mntoiinls of nil
Queen Htteot, Honolulu,
Book and Job Printer
Moroknnt Street, Honolulu, H. I.
OvorHawniiun News Company's
Book Store. my I8,"i
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Qeneiial Commission Aoknts.
Cor. Fort nnd Queen Streets, Honolulu,
nJ. i' Ai&w.4.vit iMN I, t''y