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EVENING BULLETIN, JANUARY 22, 18'.)7.
OUR GITY FRONT MVS '.
kumi ntkajikiih Anmvi:u with
Nnnin Ilcill" IMrlird t' Alone Hi
Dock Till rine nny llie
UIiimii IIiuiaUH.v lnr.
The bark Mntilda leaves this
afternoon for Pngot Sound.
The Btenmor Koauhou put bujm
into the ship llotiry L Hyde to
day. The Norwegian bark White Kohl
may Bail for Pugot Sound tomor
row. Sugar fiom tho steamer Mika
hajn was received by tho ship S P
The steamer Knala is oxpoctod
from Knhuku today with a full
cargo of Migur.
Tho Aldon Bcsse is througli
discharging, and has moved to
Tho brigantino W Q Irwin in
loaded, and may sail tomorrow
for Sou Francisco.
Captain Stnythe, who has beon
ill during tho last week, was down
on the front today.
Captain Brown of the Lurlino
said ho would probably not Bail
boforo au.othor week.
Tho steamers Iwalnni and Noo
bu put their sweet cargoes into
the bark Martha Davis.
Tho bark Ceylon will begin
loading for Ran Francisco on
Monday for Win G Irwin it Co.
Tho batkentino Amelia has
hauled in from tho stream to uu
load lumber for Allen & iiobiu-
Tomorrow, high tide large G:31
a. in.; high tide small 8:15 p. m.;
low tido largo 1:11 p. m.; low tido
small 0:CU a. m.
Tho stenmcrrt Noeau, Keaulinu
and Iwahini brought sugar foi F
A Schaefer fc Co today, aud the
steamer Mikahala for II flackfcld
The deserter from tho U S S
Alert, who was posted a day or
two ogo, has gone to Lahaiim lo
get married. A warrant for his
arrest was sent up today. His
namo is Kinney.
The steamer ilibhala is on
tup bonrds to leavo at -1 today for
Mokaweli, and tho Kcauhou to
loavo for Knhuku at tho same
timo. Tho Noeau will depart at
2 p in tomorrow for Ilouokaa and
Tho Honolulu Iron Works Co
have phi'-ed nn asphalt melter ou
tho waterfront above Soronson's
wharf. They have a contract with
tho government to asphalt water
pipes. Tho pipes will be dipped
into the tank of hot asphult by
means of a crane.
Captain Harry Evans caught
two deserters from tho ship Henry
B Hydo aboard tho Matilda this
morning. He fetched them with
his sharp probing iron. Tho
Matilda was boing made ready
for Boa. Two othor runaways
from the Hyde escaped by tho
scaling schooner Cneco tho othor
From Kauai, pel et nr MiKfi
hala, Juu 22-C H Klvngol aud 1
For Muui and Hawaii, por etrar
Kinau, Jau '22 Volcano: James
Lwjott, Mrs Whrolor, M MoComb.
AVnv ports: Mrs Buchanan. B
F Lange, T Gay, B F Schoon, L
K McGrew, Mth Dt Hay, Mrs Dr
Wood, It K Berg, J 0 Axtoll, C
Desky, It Ivers, E I) Sparrow,
Miss Brown, Miss E Lyons, Mrs
M Hapai, Miss E Warren, W
Woltors, II M Mist, J II MoKen
zie, Herbert Kendall, P Pock, O
H Batehelor, 1) Contor and wifo,
MrsE W Estop, W It Forring
ton and wife, and CG dock passen
gers. Japan has latoly concluded new
treaties with Brazil aud Peru, si
milar to those sho has been Book
ing to in iiki. l'!i all nations. She
has had a treaty with Peru since
1873, when one was concluded to
stop tho introduction of Chinese
slaveS( by way of Poru, into Jap
an. In that treaty Peru obtained
consular courts in Japan similar
to tha piivilego enjoyed by Groat
Britain and tho United States.
Under tho now treaties, after a
cortain period, consular courts
will bo abolished.
Viuiut, Jan. 2.'.
Btmr Mlkilik!, Thomtou, from portion
Btmr Keaubou, Thorn pon, from IUwall
8tmr Niicru, Peterson, from Hawaii.
8tmr Iwalanl, (Ircisory, from Hawaii.
Bclir Ka Mol, Irom lViaullo
Tiiuiisuat, Jan. 21.
Btmr James Makcc, Tnllelt, for Knpaa.
Stinr I.chua, Everett, for llonotilna.
Stinr Walaloale, l'arkcr, for l'uulkl.
Fmiuy, Jun. S3.
Slmr Klnau, Cliuke, for Maul and lln
OAlirjOES F110M ISLAND rOIlTS.
Ex tmr Kraiihim nnno bnj; mgnr, ISO
bao rice, 20 ks uiidrli't.
Ex ftmr Iwalanl II'iOI bns uignr.
Ex ttmr Noeau 3970 baisa au;nr.
Ex tmr Mlkaliria -5.170 bc suRor.
VKSSKI.J IN POUT.
UPS Alert, Hartford, San Franclico.
(Coasters not Included In this list.)
Am oclir Allco Cooke, Penliallow, Port Town
eetid. Am echr Robert Lewcra, Goodman, New
castle. Am Milp d l Hitchcock, 0U, 8 F.
Am bk Martha Diivls, tioulc, 8 F.
Am bk Oejlou, CalUoun, Eureka.
Am bk 8 0 Allen, Jolinson, 8 F.
Am bktn J M Orlflltli, Arev, Puet 8ound.
Am bktn Amelia, Wilier, ruga Sound.
Am schr W F Jewett, Johnson, Puuetdound.
Am achr Ocn McPhcrson.Cartcr. Mexico.
Am ship II H Hyde. Serlbncr, 8 F.
Am schr Transit, Jorircnson, 8 K.
Am bk Alden llesse, Potter, 8 F.
Am bk Mohican, Sounders, 8 F.
Am brl W 0 Irwin. Williams. 3 F.
Am bk Matlhln, McKvnzle, Vl Ulakely.
Am bktti W II blmuud, NlUon. 3 F.
Am bktn Iruijsuril. Schmidt, s F.
Am bktn Ardier, Calhoun. 8 F.
Ilr bk Northbnmk, Lnudon, llonghoni;.
Uk ArdicoHan, Ilieu. Necatle.
lltn l.urllne, Broun, Knhulul.
(fer8jl Marie Huckfi.nl, Krusc, Uremen.
der bk J C Ulade, Liverpool.
Ilaw schr Honolulu, Tuouanil, TncoplIIa.
ilaw bk It P Uttliet, Turin-, Newcasile.
Nor bk White Hose, Aaroe, Newcastle
Nor ship Anvake, UnriiLllntn i. Ni-wrimtlc.
FOItKIGN VF93KLH CXI'CUTEU.
Vessels V hero Irom Hue
Ilr bk Routenbeck Liverpool Duo
Srlir I.lrzlc Yani'v, Sjdney, Due
Ilk Calhio, Newcastle Duu
Am bk Amy Turner,.. New York Jan '20
Coptic SF JanU'3
Am ship May Flint SF ,
All! iK .liuvn.. . .. r UUU..I
NIC bk Dominion, ....Newcastle
Cltj of Puking Yokohama Jan 'JU
Ilk OU Perkins Newcastle.... Jan 31
liklii Wrestler Newcstle....Jau HI
Am bktn Planter Newcastle... Jun HI
!er bk Paul benber;;.... Liverpool. .. Apr 20
A l'mnniis FrlKiilo.
Tho Historical Society of Mas
sachusetts has started tho ball
rolling for the preservation to tho
Nation of tho famous frigate
Constitution as a perpotual monu
ment of American naval prowess.
At a recent meeting of the Ameri
can Historical Association, held
at New York and presided over
by Professor Justin Winsor, vico
prcsidout of the Massachusetts
Historical Society, that geutlo
man read a memorial addressed
by his society to the Sonato aud
Houso of Representatives, asking
that measures for tho preservation
of the old frigate bo takou at
ouco. Tho preservation of the
Conbtitution would be in keoping
with the spirit shown by tho
British nation in tho care which
it is taking to preservo for tho
boueiit of postority the famous
flagship with which Nelson estab
lished British supremacy on the
sea at Trafalgar and on which ho
died, the exultant oheera of his
moil announcing their Uiurupu
over tho French fleet and glad
dening his last moments. Tho
memories of tho victories of tho
old frigate Constitution aro quite
as precious to every Amorican
Nuiitti a nil I li u Sugnr fleets
Julius Barthmnn is to establish
tbo b et sucar indunlrv mi South
Caroliua. Ho bus rocoatly re
turned from Gormuuy, where ho
npotit some timo among the far
mors in tho interest of his pro
jeot. Ho will brnig over COO
familios from Saxony within th
noxt two years. Ho tins securod
I8.O1.O acres of laud in South
Carolina, and will divide it into
farms of twenty-five, fifty nnd 100
aoros. Tho uvomgo sizj uf a boot
sugar fium will bo about fifty
iiores It is not proposod to plant
the whole of tins hind in a singl
crop, but todevoto a third to beets
if d put the rest in the iimiuI crops
of tho South.
Hliist Ho Appropriate.
To the person suggesting tho
most appropriate namo for the
lake now in course of structinn
at Kowalo, Messrs. 13m -o Waring
& Co. will givo a deed m feo sim
ple. Send in your gn .- to their
PLEUniSY WAS THE WOIIO.
Ilia Blr-uigiT Knew Hint to Hjn-11 It, Lut
Wa Itntlier Slow.
Tho junior Mr. Doltum wns tllKglntf
nwny very Industriously n n brlof In tho
atnnogrnphcr'a room Id flio stnto'i nttor
nuy's ollloo, when suddenly ho lookod
about lu a pnnlo and Inquired! "Bay!
Uow do you spoil pleurisy!"
"P.l-doublo o-r-n o-y" cnld Mr. Mor
rison. ''A (ood dual nftur tlio fashion of
'plutocrncy.' Tlioy ooiuo from tho Batue
"I think It's p-1-ur-n-oy myself," tho
ttonogrnphor vuntUred, ntfd Uninsny mid
every other nsslstnnt In th department
liml n stigircstlon to ninko, nnd they wero
making them whoa a quiet voloo fpoko
from tho door:
"Pnrdon nio I I couldn't help hoarlng
your oxprossloiiR of dlloinum. Am I Juitl
lied In presuming to lutrudo my knowl
edge of orthography to set you nil right?"
"If you know how to spell pleurisy, you
ro ni vtoloomo nn the dnwn," s:il the
Junior Mr. Bottum. "No apologies iiocch
sary." "Still I must deprecnto for my Intru
sion. When educated and rellned men nro
wrestling with n word that makes thorn
spoil llkostoam shovels or mountain goats,
thoy naturally consider It Impertinent for
nn utter stranger to Interfere "
Tho nttornoys looked (it ono another In
soiiio surjirlsHj. Mr. Ilottum Inughid nerv
ously. '-It's n protty tough vtord. Much
obliged toyou for offering to square it up."
"Don't mention It. You nro tuo good. I
do hopo I don't lutrudo, for when jieoplo
arc ongaged In ground and lofty spoiling
which Is unllku tho spelling shown In nny
othor mcnngorlo or circus It Is Improper
nnd rudo for ono to disturb them. I npolo
glzo. You understand, of course, that I
do not tnko your Joint Inability to spoil
tho word plourlsyii8 indicative of lllltoraoy
or ovon of oxtromo Ignoriitioo. Georgo
Washington, for Instance, couldn't produco
tho word 'parallel' without using soK'ii
l's, nnd ho wns a noblo and upright inuu
and shaved regularly. You should feel
perfectly easy about not being nblo to spell
pleurisy. Thero is no need for blushing in
shame. Oliver Crnmwoll spelled hatchet
with nn x whoro tho t nnd o and h should
bo. Nnpoleon, Indeed, whon attempting
English took stngo fright and spelled In a
manner to frighten timid children oil tho
stroct. lie could conquer worlds, hut ho
could not encompass tho word 'vinegar.'
Ilocallod it v-1 n-n-t-g-g-o-rn distressing
fashion of orthography. Alexander"
"Say I" called tho Junior Mr. Ilottum,
"nro you guying us ornro you suing to get
around to tho word 'plourlsy' sumo tlmu
"Your pardon. I wns simply trying to
show you that you should not bu cm eloped
in shnmu for your uufortunnto lullrmlty.
"Oh, go on away I Gctoutl Get out
quick I" And Mr. Bottum rushed over
and slammed tho door in tho face of tho
" Very well," cmno a muffled volco from
tho outsldo. "lie angry. I only wished to
do you it favor nnd ease your mind. Chris
topher Columbus could iKt"
Uut Mr. Ilottum aud his friends tools
flight to tho ndjolulug room, aud tho girl
wont on with tbo brief with tLo troublo
somo word put down as "p-1-u-r-a-l-u-i
B-y." Chicago Record.
ttow to Muks a linked Ttlmbatb Podding.
Fivo stick of rhubarb, ono-qnnrtci
pound of pounded sugar, ouo-quartcr
pound of butter, Homo stalo bread. Lino
a pio dish with slices of brood nnd but
ter, cover with cut up rhubarb 6trowcd
with sugar nnd thin slices of bread aud
butter, nnd so ou alternately until tbo
dUh is full, having tho rhubarb and
sugar ou tho top; cover with n plato
and bako one-half hour. Serve hot.
How to Muko Watermelon ant I'racli Icct.
Wntermolon Ico. Select vciy ripo and
a very red watermelon. Bnvo nil tho
water and scrnpo nil tho led pulp flue.
Allow u pouud of sugar to a gallon of
this liquid and freeze. When tho ico is
half frozen, odd tho well beaten whites
of 3 eggs and stir tho mass frequently
from tho bottom with a wooden spatuln.
Tho flavor of this ico naturally depends
largely upon tho quality of tho melon.
Peach Ice. Solect a dozen uiro ripo
poaches, S lemons uud S pints of clari
fied sugar. Paro tho peaches nnd press
tho pulp through a sieve; then add
tho olarifled sugar nnd lemon juico uud
freezo. When nicely frozen, mix thor
oughly with the ico a meringue mado of
tho whites of 2 eggs nnd 4 tablespoons
of sugnr. Set away for an hour before
How to Stake a Dainty raddlng.
This doliciouu pudding is mado from
half a cupful of rico, 3 eggs, 2 cupfuls
of milk, half a cupful of sugar aud a
pint of whipped cream. Boll tho rico
until tender, putting it ou to cook in a
pint of cold water; add a pinch of salt,
nnd when cooked nearly dry pnt tho rico
in your double boiler with 2 cupfuls of
milk. Ccok until all tho milk is ab
sorbed nnd then put througli a siovo.
Return tho lico to tho boiler; add tho 3
eggs, beaten until light, ond tho sugar.
When cold, flavor, mix thoroughly with
the whipped cream, beating it iuto rice,
How to Make l!ked I'lum 1'uddlnt.
Eight crackers rolled flno, 4 eggs well
beaten, a quart of milk, threo-fourths
oup of sugar, 3 tablespoonfuls butter,
one-fourth tcospoouful salt, one-fourth
nutmeg, ono-half toaspcoufnl cinnamon,
a pound raisins, scedeci Mix all but
eggs, then add thorn, beaten very light,
tiako in a moderate oven about ou hour
aud u half.
Sterling, tho paintor, is pro-
pared to quoto pricos on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
'ioal tar and commit. Cheapest
mil best roof preparation in Ho-
Citv (hirnago Co.. J. S, And.
ulo muling, r. It von waul a
i iok with irood hnrso and onro-
ul .Irivnr riliu up I'elnphnnn 118,
iriiiur of P-mI timl Merchflivt
itteetb. Htioli at all hours. .
Lewis cj Co,
"Makakake" sounds, to tho
man with but a superficial know
ledge of tho language, essen
tially Hawaiian, but it is not.
Divido it into syllables as you
would a cracker puzzle and try
tho phonetic spelling and you
havo "mako a cake." It is
composed of corn, wheat, oats
and rye and is by long odds
tho best preparation for pan
cakes and mun'ns extant. This
is one of tho newest food arti
cles in this market and we arc,
so far, the only persons selling it.
Fifty varieties of crackers
seem like a good many for one
house to carry but that is what
wo ha v.- from the Stundard
Cracker Ph., ond they aro in
2lb. pnckiies You cannot got
a bettor cracker if you search
tho cracki r markets of tho
Brilliant shine means just
what it says and it is indis
putably tho best metal polish
in the market. Put up in threo
sizes, it is convenient for tho
purse and handling. It will
put a polish on brass or nickel
that rivals a mirror.
Layer cako is a portion of
tho diet of the gods when pro
perly inndo; at other times it is
repelled. The most delicious
mixture to put between the
layers is Maple Sugar Cream.
It is made of Vermont maplo
sugar, is whipped light and
sold by us in one pouud tins.
For tho culinary department
Apple Butter from tho middlo
United States makes delicious
turts and pies or may bo used
as jam. Wo sell it in two and
five pound tins.
Lewis & Co.,
Sale of Valuable Real Es
tate. In purt-uuiico of au order of the Cir
cuit Outt of tho Fir-t Circuit of the
Hawaiian lalauiix, tho umterslgued
will sell nt public nuetlon, at the auc
tion rooiun of W. 8 Luce, Honolulu,
Thursday, January 21st, 1897, at 12
unlock noon, all of tho following des
cribed Real Kiutc.
Anoint 1 E hnomaka ana ma ke
kllii Hik. o pill ana mo ke klhi Alum
o ku pa o Kuka ruuwneuo o ko kowa
o nn jiolmku nul t-lua o ka Pa-Hale-pulo,
a e liolo Hem. 73 o Kom. 252
imukii ma ko Kaka, alalia holo Akau
23 e Kom. 101 pauku ma knLlma,
alalia liolo Akau 73s Hlk. 203 pauku
ma ko Aluuul, alalia holo Hem. 21 o
Hk, 100 t'ntiku maka Pa-Halepulea
111 Ic I I kuiil I lioomaltH nl Ma kelo
upaiia ulna pahale he 33-100 Eka The
same being Apnna 1 of Ko,yal Patent
1701 Kuleaua 000 to Lao situated at
Auwalollmu, Pauoa, OalHl.
gJtT" Ou thin Land thero ts a large
dwelling house. Iu the yard and
grounds there are numerous fruit trees
iu beailus, ornamental trees, flowers
Being situate at the ontranco of
Pauoa Valley, the climate is delight
fully cool aud healthy.
imr Terms, Cash, United States
gjtf Conveyance at expenso of Pur
chaser. ROSE PARKER,
Administratrix of the Estatoof Win.
R. Parker, deceased, 508-5t
p. tf. $cpit fm
Invites to Select from the
French Silks and Satins,
Japanese Silk Handkerchiefs,
Silk Ribbons, Velvets,
Dress GondB of overy description,
Flannels in all colors,
Skirting, Sergos, Lining, Cot
Blankets, Quilts, Shooting,
Curtains, Towels, etc.,
Clothing, Shoos, Fanoy and
Swoators, Socks, CollurB, Cliffs,
Umbrellas, Handkorchiefs, oto.
At Eidioulous Low Prices
8teamors ot tho obovo Lino running in connection with the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vauoouvor, I). O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W and calliuu at Victoria, B. O.'.
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
jSJEXEI 'JDTTB .AJX1 I3:03Sr031j"CrijTT
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Bjdnejr unit Sn, for Victoria and from Victoria and Vanconror, 11. 0 to
Vancouver. II. O.t Sinn and Hjilnoyl
Stinr "WARMMOO" January 20 I Btmr "WAMUMOO" February 16
Btmr "MIOWEKA" Fcbrnary 24 l8tmr"MIOWEltA" Mnrcli 16
Btmr "WAIUUMOO" March 21 Stinr "WAHIUMOO" AHI 10.
Btmr "MIOWEKA" April 24 btmr "MIOWE1.A" May 16.
Througli Tlchcts issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United StntcH ami Europe.
rnEIOUT AND rABSKNOBK AOKNTS!
D. MoNicoll, Montreal, Canndii.
RonnriT Keiiii, Winnipuc, Canada.
M. M. STF.nN, San Francisco, Cal.
G. JIoL. Hiiown, Vancouver, B. O.
For San Francisco:
Tho New nnd Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of tho Ocennio Steamship Company will
bo due at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or nbout
Feb. 4, 1807.
And will leavo for tho abovo port with
Mails cud Pnsscngors on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fine Al Steo Steamship
" Monowai "
Of tho Oceanio Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from Sim Francisco
on or nbout
Feb. 11, 1897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho abovo ports.
Tho undersigned nre now prepared
ThroiiRh Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
CBTFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from 8. F.
Feb. 2,1897 Feb. 11, 1897
March 2. 1897 March 11, 1897
From Han Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydnoy. San Fraucisco.
jdrrti Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Monowai, Feb 11, "97 I Alameda, Feb 4, '97
Alameda, Mo 11, '97 Mariposa, Mo 4, '97
DR. C. A. PETERSON
.... REMOVED TO ... .
No. 28 Emma Street,
Offlco nours: 8 to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 and
7 to 8 p. m. Telephone 752. 467-2m
DR. BERT. P. BURGESS, -.Physician
HourB: 8:30 to 10 . m., 1:30 to
4 n. ni.. mid 7 to 8 n. m. . . .
416 r-anchbowl street or 1W Miller street,
Honolulu, OaUu. 100-tf
A. O. WALL, D. D. S
New Love's Building, Fort Stwot.
The Honolulu Sanitarium
1032 King Street.
A Quiet, nomelike Placo, whero Trained
Nurses, Massago, "Swedish Movement,"
Baths, Electricity and Physical Training
may bo obtained.
P. S. KELLOCIG, M. D
Telephono 639. Superiuteudcut.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cents
Oceanic Steli Co
Australian Mail Service.
Oceanic mmi) Co.
tST For FrciRht and Pnsscgo and alh
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Acents for tho UnwniianlBlnnds.
0. L. WIGHT, Pres. S. B. HOSE, Soo.
Cnpt. J. A. KINO, PortSupt.
Will leave Honolnln at 10a. m., toaohingat
Lalmina, Maidaea Bay and M .kenu tho
snnio day; Mnhukonn. Kavraihno Hnd Lau
Enbeeboo the following day, arriving at
lilo the samo evening.
LIAV8 nOKOI.CTU. I ABMVES HONOLULU.
..Feb. 2 1 Friday...
.Feb. 12 I Tuesday.
,..Mur. ft j 'luesday.
.1 eb. 19 ,
'I IK-Hilny .
Returning, will leave Hilo at 1 o'clock
r. m., touching at Lanpuhuehoo, Malm
kona and Kawaihue S'in e day; Mnkcna,
Slaalnea Huy and Lahaina tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu the afternoons
of 1 uesdny and FriilayB.
W il cdi at Poholki, Puna.
No Freight will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu lnesday at 5 i-. m.i
touching at Kahnlul, Hna, Horuouand
Kipahuln, Maui. Iictumlug arrives at
Honolulu Snuiluy mornings.
Will call at Nuu, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
No Freight will be received after
p. m. on day of calling.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes in tho timo of departure and
arrival of its steiiuieis without notlco and
it will not bo lesponsible for any nonse.
qnences arising therefrom.
nntinlfrnfwia mtiat lui nt ftin T .nJLM ...
rcceivo thoir Frt-ight; this Compuny will
not linld ItRnlf rfinnnnaUilA f.v rAlnlt, ..
It has been landed.
Live Stook only at owner's risk.
Tllln nnmnntlV XU nnl lw. MannnnlU
for Money or Valuables of passougora
it in ton jjimvu in iuc euro oj x urecrrj.
I'uBfienKors are requested to purchase
finiTAta luifnra oiilmklrlnn Tl,n -111
do ro will bo subject to on additional
ouuro oi iweuiy-uvo per oonu
In Blocks to suit pur
chasers. Will deliver
after January 2, 1897.
!E Inquire of
Tho Hawaiian Safo Deposit &
408 Fort Stroet
Situated on a Beautiful llillsido Overlook-
ing tho Ocean, and 1300 foot
abovo Sea Level.
Only 24 hoars' sail from Honolulu.
Climato mild, oler dry atmosphere, froo
from fogs and malaria, especial provision
for quiet and rrnt as well as for amuao-
ment and outdoor lifo. Hates $2 per day
or 910 per wcetc. Modical attendance extra,
DR. H. A. LINDLEY, Prop.,
325 tf Kona, Hawaii.
Gold nnd Silverwnro,
Crookory mid Ivorywaro,
Whito Grass Cloth, Mattings,
Wioker uud Stonmor Ohnirs,
Cigurs, Etc., Etc.,
WING WO TAI & CO.,
214 Nuuauu Street, Honolulu,