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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COS
TIME TABLE. PIMMI ANO AITI.lt MAY I . IHSI1. THAI Nsi A.M. A.M. P.M. P..M. Leave Honolulu. ..0:15 8-45 1:45 4 :30f Arrive Honouliuli.. 7 :2C 9.4! 2:4!t o.MSt Leave Honouliuli.." :30 10:51 .1:."1 r:4ft Arrive Honolulu. ..8 ::i," 11:55 4:55 6:o()j PLAKL CITY LOCAL. Leave Honolulu ;. :.; .... Arrive Pearl City ':'$ .... Leave Pean City . .(I :o:t ' .... Arrive Honolulu... 0:40 t Saturdays only. Sundays excepted. Saturdays excepted. Tide. Hun niul Moon. BV 0. .1. LVONS. day. jr i f f r g is ' r Moil. Tuca. Wed. Tliurs. tri. but. Sun, 7 s ao ." :iu u ik) a mi 5 45 it. in. li.iii. ii.in. n.ni. 0 11 9 08 S 6 2(1 (! (Kl 0 -') II 7 (Kl II HO (I Ml 10 II (HI 7 10 1 10 11 11 :( m :ui i ui 12 II IS in :to :i (Ki w n su ii no a :iu 4ii 5 4A in ii :i:i a an 5 4r 4 (HI 5 40 4 30, 5 411 (1 llll 10 21 On 11 07 6 U7 II 6 2il 8 4li l IIU 7 10; h 4(1 6 OTij 0 86 First quarter of tlie moon on the Jill) lit Oh. aiim. u. in. Tun time signal for the port Is (iven lit I'ih. Oni. Osuc, (midnight) of lirceiiwich time or lh. 2sm. :Uscc. p. in. of Honolulu Observatory time. It iH Riven hy the steam whistle of the Ilonolulu riauititf Mill, H few doois above the Custom House. Tiie siune whistle is Hounded correctly tit Honolulu menu noon. Observatory meridian, or loll. Mm. '2tisee. of Greenwich time T ii 'Hi SATURDAY, KEPT. 12, 1891. ARRIVALS. Sept 12 - Am blitue Planter, Oow, 1G days from San Francisco, Stuir Mokolii from Molokai Stmr (i K liishop from Kalniku and Ptiualuu Scbr Kaulilua from Kauai, DEPARTURES. Sept 12 Star Tele for Kanai at 10 a in Ain bark Meinnon, Anderson, for Koyal Roads, Ii V. VESSELS LEAVINC MONDAY. Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p in Stinr Kaala for Waianae and Walalna at !) a in CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS. Stmr W G Hall 5846 bags sugar, 244 bags awa, 17 bags coffee, 20 head of cattle, 11 bundles hides and 78 pkgs sundries. Stmr Kaala 1600 bags paddy and 80 sacks taro, Scbr Ka line Hawaii 400 bugs rice. PAS&ENCERS. From Maui and Hawaii per slnir V G Hull, Sept 1 1 .Mr and Mrs J Dpreok ls, A L Stetson, Hon Paul Neumann. G V McDoiigall, K Zfiigier. Hon .1 Kieh ardson, Masters Lind (3), H Zerbe, Max Eckardt, I) Speckinuu, Miss Frisoil a Kaulukon, F N Haley, K llalstead, J VV Kuaimoku, 11 A Bacon, J U Craig, and 00 deck, From Kiipaa. Kauai, per stmr James Makee, Sept 11. Mr G E Kaircliild. From Sau rjaueisco per bktne Planter, Sept 12 Miss LinHa Duncan, Miss Luura Duncan and 11 K lirous. FOREIGN VESSELS IN POtii. Bktne Albert, Winding, from San Fran cisco Am ship Melrose, Port Hlakely Am bgtne W G Irwin, Mol.'ullnch. S F Am bktne SNl astle, Hubbard, s' F Am scbr Mary liuUge, from Eure a Br ship Stiatiibliiue, i iiihcll, Glasgow Br bk Lancclield, Burns, Tuconia Am bktne Planter, Dow, au Francisco. FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED. I'SS Pcnsacola, from San Francisco, due Sept 10 S S Australia, lloiidlctte, from San Fran cisco, due Sept 15 S S China, from .-an Francisco, due Dec 15 S S Mariposa, Haywuid, from San Fran cisco, due Sept 24 S S Motiowai, Carey, from the Colonies, due Sept 24 8 S Belgic, from Sau Francisco, Oct 15 Am bk Mount Washington, from Port Blakely, Aug. 10 Am bkt Mary inkelinan, Nissen, from Port Gamble Am 4-m schr Kobt I.ewers, from Port Townsend, Sept 15 Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, from Bos ton, Jan. 10-15 Br bk Pass of Leny, from Glasgow, due Nov 30 Am bk Martha Davis from New York Bk Harrison G Johnson from New York Ger bk VVoosung from Bremen Ger bk H Hackteld from Liveipool Ger bk Sabino from Berry SHIPPING NOTES. The barkeiitiue S N Castle is receiving sugar. She will leave for Sun Francisco when she has taken In a loal. The steamer I.ehua brought 30 head of cattle and 10 calves, which were landed at the cattle pen shortly after arrival. The barkeiitiue Klikitat sailed from Port Ludlow for this port on August 25th. " The Union 8 S Go's Monowai arrived ilt Sydney Aug 2 1st, 28 days from San Francisco. The American barkeiitiue Planter, F A Dow master, arrived in port this morning 10 days from Sun Francisco, with a ca go of general merchandise. The Planter is dockedat Brewer's wharf. TO THE PUBLIC. Caddo Mills, Texas, June 5, 1891. From my own personal knowledge, I can recommend Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and .niarrhtea Remedy for cramps in the stomach, also for diarrhoea and tlux. It is the best medicine I have ever seen used and the best selling, as it always gives satisfaction. A. K. Siiekiull. 25 and 50 cent bottles for sale hy all dealers. 15knson, Smith & Co., Agents for the Hawaiian. Islands. LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. Thb b.ind will play at the ball game this uitornoon, Miss LtUiLLA Duncan hikI Miss Laura I). mean, teachers, arrived by the burkentine Planter this morning. Two of our local captains had an altercation at the city front yesterday. It came tfi such a pilch that Miey well nigh gave each other tils. Two Japanese for deserting con tract service of I ho Ewa Plantation Co. were ordered to return by Police Justice Hopkins this morning. Tub enlargements and improve ments ai Ludwigsen & Cron's ice cream parlors previously described in this puper, are nearly ready for ft brilliant opening, which is to take place to-night. Tills evening's will no doubt lie the last exhibition lv Ben Hogan in the Y. M. C. A. hall." He will pick tho choice views ami the one scone of "Christ before Pilate" will he worth all the money a man pays to see it. He will give the bust show, if possible, since he has been in the city. Ad mission 50 cenos, but those who can not afford to pay that amount will bo welcomed at half price. Children 25 cents. The item in Friday's paper about the pui chase of the old ice works lot in Nuua hi Valley by Hon. J. A. Cummins was incorrect. The pro perty in question was tho homestead of the late Thomas Cummins, who deeded it to his son, John Adams Cunimius. As agent of the late Thomas Cummins, Mr. A. J. Cart wright leased the property to the late Samuel (J Wilder, and on the expira tion of that least; Hon. J. A. Cum mins simply took possession, and is now repairing and beautifying the place for a Valley residence. ADVERTISING NOTES. Mn .Iah. F. Morgan will stll 938 sacks of barley on Wednesday next. Mb. 8. McCaulky, piano-forte mak er, otters "the best house in Ilonolulu" to let. A FiHiNisHKD room with dressing and bath rooms, on Nuiianu street, near School street, is ottered t let. Imported horses specilied elsewhere will be disposed of at auction by Mr. Jas. F. Morgan on September 17ih. The residence of Mrs. A. Vogel, on Beretania street, will be sold at auc tion by Mr. Jas. F. Morgan on Thurs day, September 17th. A dissolution of the firm of Wing Wo Chan & Co. and a co-partnership notice of the same company, to be known under the old name, are noted elsewheie. Shekhet Soda and Ice Cream Soda are the liuestand healthiest drinks on a warm day ; served in first-class stylo at the "Elite Ice Cream Parlors." 2J0 lw J. A. Palmer and W. W. Richard son have formed a co-partnership for carrying on the business of architects. People intending to build and con tractors should consult their adver tisement. DEATH OF T. J. HAYSEIDEN. Wednesday night and Thursday morning the people of Lahaina were shocked with the news of the sudden death of their townsman, Thomas J. Ilayselden. His house is near the beach, and it had been his custom for years past to take a sea bath in the evening before retiring. Wed nesday evening he went out accom panied by his wile, who had fre quently joined him in his evening bath, but who on this occasion did not feel Inclined to do so. As he'went some distance from her and di t not return, she called him. Receiving no reply, she became alarmed and called for help. IUt son and others came, only to find that her worst fears were re alized. The body was found in shal low water in fact almost out of the water so that it seems improbable that he was drowned. It is thought more probable that death was caused by heart disease or apoplexy. Au inquest was held the results of which have not reached your correspond ent. The funeral services took place at 5 o'clock Thursday and were largely attended. The deceased's brother, Hon. F. II. Ilayselden of Lanai, was sent for but did not arrive in time to join in the last sad rites. It is hardly necessary to say that the wife and children have the sincere sympathy of all. Lahaina, September 11, 1891. Hon. F. II. Ilayselden, brother of the lamented gentleman, has handed us a letter to himself from Rev. V. II. Kitcat, who ministered to Mrs. Ilayselden and children in their sud den allliction and conducted the fu neral services. He is unable to throw any additional light on the cause of death, beyond the details elicited at the inquest. The son Harold, who was the first to reach the body when discovered, said the face was not covered with water, and the body looked as if it had been washed up on the beach. Dr. Davison was of opinion death night haye been paused by drowning, or by appoplexy or heart disease, or perhaps a stroke of appoplexy causing drowning. The verdict of the jury was that "he met his death accidentally while sea bathing." Deep sympathy was shown the widow and children by both natives and foreigners, and, al though flowers were scarce in tho place, many beautiful floral emblems were contributed by friends. FOR SEASICKNESS I'ne Hnrr,.rd' Arid I'hoNphatr. Dr. W. W. Blackmail, Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "I am very much pleased wi(h it in seasickness. Several cases have been brought to my attention wheie it attorded prompt and entire relief." KCHALA NOTES, A Hftn-ailHM luMilut'-i"'. Prominent among the objects to which the visitor to North Kohala will be sure to have his attention di rected is a magnificent grne of trees on a well elevated site near the cen ter of the district, delightlully em bowered in which may be found one of the most worthy institutions for the improvement of the Hawaiian people on these islands. The Ko hala Ladies' Seminary is, in at least one particular, like the holy city of J mica, "beautiful for situation." The school itself is conducted much the Same as the Kawaiahao Seminary in Honolulu. It is under the control of the Hawaiian Board of Missions and has also a local directorate of live gentlemen, consisting cf Mr. James Reuton, Mr. John Hind, Rev. Mr. Ostroin and the pastor of the native church. When the sem inary was founded is au item of chronology that your correspondent failed to ascertain. But it appears that for some time previous to 1889, it had been in a state of suspended an imation. In the year named it was re suscitated with a roll of eleven pupils. During the two intervening years the growth has been steady and rapid, until now there are fifty booked for next term, all that the house can well accommodate, with more applications for admission than can lie granted for the present, although an addition has just been made to the building. All the appointments of a well regu lated household are present and the several departments of school work ami domestic industry systematically arranged. The dining room taliks are presided over by the teachers and "table manners" carefully incul cated. The school rooms are fur nished in the style of the Government schools. A fair proportion of after noon hours is devoted to needlework, a branch of industry that Hawaiians of the feminine persuasion are notably expert in. Among the material com forts of the place are a never-failing supply of pure water from the Kohala mountains and a long list of "fruits in their season," grown on the prem ises. In the matter of support, pu pils' fees are supplemented by dona tions from friends. The teachers in charge are Miss Emma Whittier (a cousin of the dis tinguished American poet), Miss Mary Gorten, Miss Jennie Bates and a fourth, recently appointed, but whose name had not beer, announced when these notes were made. With this efficient staff of instructors, the institution cannot fail to exercise a beneficent influence in the direction of better homes and more civilized modes of life among the people of this fair land. September 9, 1891. DEATH OF FATHER ANSCHAIRE. Rev. Father Anschaire died at the Roman Catholic Cathedral this morn ing, lie was a missionary priest who, after serving fifteen years in the Marquesas Islands, was sent here. Arriving Feb. 9, 1885, he went to liana, Maui, where he labored until overtaken with his last illness two weeks ago last Wednesday. Some time ago Father Anschaire undertook the study of Japauese. He pursued his lessons strenuously day and night, driven by a determination to master the language. The strain proved too great, bringing on an at tack of meningitis, which paralyzed his mental powers. He was brought to town for treatment, but his vital resources were too exhausted to per mit of his recovery. Father Ans chaire was born June 9, 1845, at Niedergailbach, Germany, his origin al name being Nicholas Jung. The funeral will take place from the Catholic Cathedral at 2 o'clock to morrow afternoon. Friends are re quested to attend without further notice. FROM SAN ANTONIO. Aug. Hornung, a well known manu facturer of boots and shoes at 820 Nolan St., Sau Antonio, Texas, will not soon forget his experience with an attack of the cramps which he relates as follows : "I was taken with a violent cramp in the stomach, which 1 believe would have caused my death, had it not been for the prompt use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The first dose did me so much good that I followed it up in 20 minutes with the second dose, and before the Doctor could get to where I was, I did not need him. This Remedy shall always be one of the main stays of my family." For sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co., agents for the Hawaiian Islands. PU UM Ml UD K0031 m YV " " Dressing-room and el M Bath. Locution. Nuu- aim street near School street. Apply at tliis ollice. 210 tf Co-partnership Notice. NOTICE is hereby given that we the undersigned have formed a co partnership under the linn name of Cal mer A Kiehurd-uu, for the purpose of carrying on busings as architects in Honolulu. J. A. PALMER, W. W. Kl( 11 UiDSON. Honolulu Sept. 12, Ik'Jl. 21(5 8t TO KENT. rPO those desiring a beauti- fill house this Is the best In Honolulu. A very F.loif.iut Cottage furnished with parlor and bed room with the use of bathroom, in the principal part of the city, to rent. This is one of the best locations in Honolulu and can be seeu ut P.iO Fort street. Ap ply to S. M ACAl I.EY, Pianoforte Maker, on Hie premises. 21K lw I HE WEEKLY BULLET IN 2S 1 columns of Interesting reading matters. Mailed to foreign countries, 16; Islands, 95. A 99 Mr. Lorenro F. Sleeper is very well known to the citizens of Apple ton, Me., and neighborhood. He says: " Eight years ago I was taken " sick, and su tiered as no one but a " dyspeptic can. I then began tak "ing August Flower. At that time "I was a great sufferer. Every " thing I ate distressed me so that I "had to throw it up. Then in a " few moments that horrid distress " would come on and I would have " to eat and suffer For that "again. I took a "little of your med "iciue.aud fcltniuch "better, and after " takincr a little more Horrid Stomach Feeling. " August Flower my "Dyspepsia disap peared, cud since that time I " have never had the first sign of it. "lean eat anything without the "least fear of distress I wisis all " that are afflicted with that terrible "disease or the troubles caused by "it would try August Flower, as I " am satisfied tkue is uo medicine "equal to it." s I) I'll Z. Mill ii 1 1 .. i 1 1 LiHIJU II ill ii r. it i. i . il.iS ARCHITECT?. STYLKS OK AIK'II ITI.CTU1K: East'ake, Queen Anne, Renaissance, Gothic, Italian, Classic, Norman, In Stone, Brick, Iron or Wood Best Wooden Designs in RcsidVnccs! Chiiap Artis'ic Cottage? a Specialty! tatr Complete plans and specifications given; also stipuriiiteudeiice of construc tion. OFFIt'K: Room 3, : Spreckel's Block. 210 tf Dissolution of Partnership. NOTICE IS IIKRK.V (ilVEN that the partnersl .; heretofore existing between the undersigned and the late C. Mow Kcting, under the firm name of Wing Wo Chan & Co., and currying on business in Hono lulu, Island of Oahu, as wholesale and retail dealers in general merchandise und groceries is disMilved. (S'd) TON'll Wl'NG WAI. Dated Honolulu, Sept. 11, 18!1. Co-partnership Notice. NOTICE IS HEKEBY GIVEN that the following named per sons: Young How (w ), residing in Honolulu, Oahu; 'long Wung Wui, residing at Hong Sang, Empire of China, but at present in said Hono lulu ; Tung Sing Yee, residing ut said HongSaiig; Tarn lice Ting, residing at t-aid Hong Sang; Sea Wai Tim, re siding at said Hong Sang, comprise the members of the firm of Wing Wo Chun & I 'ii., carrying on business in said Hi iiiiluhi, as wholesale and re tuil mei'ch. nits in merchandise and groceries! und that the said Tong i Wung Wai is the Manager of and will transact, and carry on the business of said linn, CS'.I) WING WO CHAN & CO. Dated Ilonolulu, Sept. 11, 18U1. 2 Hi lw A. G. SILVA & CO., r3 A 57 II. He I Nncet. I I1HA1 KltS IN - DRY GOODS, Gsntlemen's f urnishings, CarDsts & Matting, FUKMTUUE. Large Stock Always on Hand. uug 17-W-y F. H. KEDWARD, Contraclor fc ISulUlcr. Informs his many friends and patrons that lie can be found at the old stand, NO. 73 KING SSRcET, HONOLULU, Where he is prepared to do contracting and buildii g of Brick, Stone and Wooden fiiiildiugs. Estimates given and jobbing promptly attended to. Hell Tel. No. 2. P. O. Box No. 4-J3, 190 lm NOTICE. YONOIION'G of Puualuu. Hawaii, having inude an assignment to ino for the benefit o( his creditors, all per sons having claims against him are re quested to present the same within 30 days Ironi this da'e All persons owing aid estate are requested to make imme diate payment to me at Honolulu, or to J. V. Seaile. Deputy Sheriff. Kan, Ha waii. I,. B. KEKK. Honolulu. Ant:, lit, !'!. l'.H) liu FOK ; 10 or LEASE !MI)1lN( K on Lnnalilo &'2? ' reef presently occupied f!J bv 'r .1. A. K' unedy, con taining do :i 'Ivors, four beoVoonis, diuiiiu'-io. . i. . hi 'idiii, large dining room, kilc.ieu and pantry; servant's room, stabling, etc., on rear of main building, irounds, :t(i0xl0 feet, well laid out. Vacant on I4tli August Lot a Ijoining Smixltl.) feet may bepitrehastd on reasonable turn-, K. I. LILUK, 108 U With Theo. II. Davies & Co. HEW GUODS RECEIVED BY THE PACIFIC IIAKDWAKK CO.. Vv. Chandeliers. Piano, llaiiipiet ami Library Lamps, in oxiil;.eil silver, wrought, black .iiid poli-loil bra's, direct, from lh factory. Tinkev and Osliirh 1 'II-.W ts. Wire on Spools. Tucks and .'.(pi'ire Flax Fucking. Disslon's Files. Tube Scrapers. Hammers. Carvers, Table and Butcher Knives. Uelrigeratcrs and Ice Chests. A fresh invoice of Rubber Hose, etc., etc., etc. ' PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY, I'D'. ! i KOKT STKKhl'. I Special Partnership Notice. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the persons hereunder nann d have formed a SPECIAL PAHTNEU SIIIP. First : 'I he name under which the partnership is to he conducted is II. II CKFELI) & CO , Second: The general nature of the business intended to he transact) d is the business of Importers, Sugar Fac tors and Commission Merchants. The place where such business is to be transacted is in the Kingdom of the Hawaii, in Islands witli au otlicc on the South corner of Fort and i;ueen Streets in Honolulu, Oahu, in said Kingdom. Third : The names and residences and the specification of general and special partners are as follows: THK FOM.OtVtNd AHU OHNICKAI. I'AHT NBHH : Pa til Iscnberg, residing at Bremen, Germany. H. F. Glade, residing at said Hono lulu. J. F. Hackfeld, residing at said Honolulu. THE FOU.OWINd AKE HI'KCIAI. PA RT NEKS : J. C. Glado, residing ut Wiesbaden, Germany. J. W. Prluger, residing at Bremen, Germany. Dr. H. H. I'lltigcr, residing at Bonn, Germany. J. C. Plluger, residing at Bremen, Germany. Fourth : The period at which such partnership was begun is September 1st, 1891, and it is to continue until September 1st, lN'Jti. PAUL LSENBEKG. H. F. GLADE. .!. F. HACKFELD, .1. C. GLADE, J. W. l'FLl'GEB, Dlt. If. H. PFLUGER. J. C. PFLUGER. Honolulu, Sept. 5, I8SU. 210 4tw CITY HACK CO. 'PME hack company occupying the I stand ut the Police Station will hereafter lie known us the "Uity Hack Co." Both Tele-phones 400. lw LOST ON Sunday lun ning. Sept. tilh, a Gold Chain lhaeel. t on King street, be tween Liliha street and Kulihi. The Under will he sniiably rewarded upon returning the same to U. Hall it Sous" all tf NOT I UK. LL bills against he estale of F. J. Turner of Koloii, Kauai, prior to April 21. IHIll, must be presented at I he ollice of llyiuaii Hios.. and all accounts due said estate must be. paid at once or they will be placed in the hands of a collector. 21 ? lw FOK LEASE COMMODIOUS 12-room 1 )wetli ntr ll.tiin.tM L'ltiff miSssm street, lately occupied bv Mrs. Barnard. Artesian wed water, stables, outhouses and every convenience. For tetms enquire of AHHAHAM FEUN ANDKZ, alltf At K. O. Hall & Sons'. Farm Slock For Sale! BREEDING Sows: ') 1 Horse. Buggy, Harness and Itruke; :i Milk Cows. 1 Heifer. 1 Steer, 2 Bulls. The Stock is in lirst-elass condition and thoroughbred; all young. Apply to the undersigned at the Union Iron Works, or on the premises at Pawua. 205 tin THO M ASK E W CASTLE. POUND NOHCK. .y. "jV'OTICK is hereby given that ACX i-i the following described animals will be sold at public auction on SATURDAY, Sept. 20. I!U. at 12 o'clock noon, at the Government Pound at Makikl : 1 Bay Horse with white spot on fore head ami a piece of raw hide rope on the neck, branded "CX M" on right hind leg. 1 Bay Horse with sore back, no brand. ajf Owners of the above animals must send in ilielr claims within l." davs, otherwise they will be sold on the date above named. D. KAOAO, 214 2t Government Poll ml master. NOTICE to s.JHPiEISS. 'I'llE pa'rens of the Oahu Railway A I Land Co are hereby notili'd that hereafter no Freight, will be carried on Passenger Trains. jJSiT Freight Trains h ave Honolulu dally (Sundays excepted) ut 10 o'clock A. M. No Freight will be received at iho Honolulu I-night Depot between the hours ol !i:::o a. m. and 10 ::!0 a. m. The Honolulu Freight Office will he open daily (Sundays exeepied) from 7 a.m. to 5 ('. M. with the above excep tion. OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO. W. O. Asiii.ev. Superintendent. Honolulu. Sept. S, lslll. 212 llll WK HAVE .JUST RECEIVED A FRESH LOT OF THIS DELIliflfFOL NATURAL MINERAL WATER E-pecially Bottled and Corked with extra care for this market. HOLLISTER & CO., I (Ml Fiert Nlivt. i . i- HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO., F'ort street, oppo. Sprcckels' Bank, Honolulu. Great Redncti-n in Railway Fares for 30 Days, from Sept. 5, 1891, For the purpose of giving every body a chance to get out of town during this hot weather, us oppor tunity may oiler, Tickets will be sold during the next I!0 days, for the round trip to and from Pearl City and to and from Ewa Plantation, ut the rate of 3 cents per mile, 1-t Class, und 2 cents per mile, 2d Class. HA CKS OF KA II K : Pearl City and Return. Ut Class 75c " ' 2nd Class 50c Ewa Mill and Return, 1st Class $1.15 ' " " 2nd Cass 75c jgyThe traiiiB leaving Honolulu at 8:45 a. m. and 1:1.') v. m. and the trains leaving Ewa Mill at 10:4:1 a. m. and H A'.i i. m. will run down to the terminus on Peninsula, at Pearl City. OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO. V. G. Ashi.ky, Superintendent. 2011 lm IF YOU CALL AT TIIE STORE OF WENNER&CO., I'orl MtriM-t, You will lind one of the most complete stocks of JEWELRY, Silver & Silyar-nlatstl Ware, Watches, Kto., Etc., Ever Imported into this Kingdom. 15?" No trouble to show goods, jjrt ForPoSand70regon.!InSUranClC0mP'y it'll tt I '"" "I'l" .-! a-A X Stratlitilane (of the 2-4 f.. ..,., a a ii.,., 1 1.... ....... i IMII.' I,.,,, ci.:.. irom ijiasgnw, win nave im- mediaie dispatch for the above port, and will carry Sugar. Rice, K.a!t and Mo lasses at Special Rales of Freight. For paitieulars applv to G. W. MACFARLANK A CO., 211 tf Agents. Scotch Splint Coal ! 'I'HE undersigned offer for fale 500 1 tons of best Scotch Spiim Coal, juut arrived per "Struthlilane" from Glas gow. This Coal is eipial to best Welch i oal. and especi il y suited for steam, household and ploughing engine, use. 21 1 tf O. W. M ACFARL.VNE $ CU. Mary had a liule lamb; It Illicit the seliool with lauxliter; W hile lie was liappy as a elam liiihkuec NAIW sliUV WATEK. II tiiNiren to a picnic o, he I hey on or diuijiliter, Tlie healihiet drink we nil Uo know U XAI'A sum V ATKii. l lien pirr :ro upon a prei Aiel 'Ii luK more than limy nnhlnr, Tlir 'I'icOir-- -ay I he ipticke-l rate I- VU'A ) I ti:i. (i iill Ihe lialiie- li'int I hi - year, Thai look most like (heir pupii . The llalut?.oinc?.t lire llio-e vho-e ma'' llllllik SAI'A SDll.V M'ATKI!. : : Hoiiolnln. II. I. TO DE Tlml's wlitit's tlie matter with tin- iK'ople around our store. We imported a lot of English Crockery and since the first dozen plates were sold we've had no rest. Everyone wants some and we must order more to keep up with the times. It's just the same with every tiling else we have. It's drive, drive, drive all the time. People know where to come when tlu-v want prood things. To Purchasers and Prospective Purchasers of Pearl City Lots! Great Reduction in Railway Fares ! I Those who purchased Lots ut Pearl City with a guarantee that, the Oahu Railway A Land Co. would carry them , and their families between Honolulu : and Pearl City (2nd Class) for a term : of nine (it) years at the rate of 1 cent j per mile, are hereby notilied that I those who will build upon their lots j within twelve (12) months from this ' date, can claim a reduction of 20 per 1 cent from the rale of fare named ill ! the deed, for the v hole term. This will make the rate ten (ltt) cents each way fur 2nd Class, and fifteen (15) cents each way for 1st Class, which is ; about one third the rate per mile charged bv the Hawaiian Tramways ; Co. tfFW'u look for prosperity through the prosperity of the public! OAHU RAILWAY fe LAND CO. B. F. Du.LlNOHAM, Gcn'l Manager. Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1891. 200 lm S. M. GARTER, .'. Hi Kins Htreet. DEALER in COAL ! HAS ON HAND FOK SALE: Wm Bay Coai, 1. IN yfASTITlKS TO SI IT. V&" Delivered in any part of the town. I 187 BOTH TELEPHONES- 87. i 200 tf UKKMAX-AJIKKICAX CASH CAPITAL. I ASSETS OVER. $1,000.000.00 1 15,600,000.00 loir Solid Security Against Loss! (ST Fire Insurance Only I WILDER & CO., l!7 1m Agent.. 500 UtLLOX IRON TANKS I l M l-i V J Jl-For sale by W i UNION FEED CO.