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GAflU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
TIME TABLE.
rKOM AND AfTKK MAY 1.
TUAlMht
A.M. A.M. P.M. M.
Leave Honolulu. . .0:15 8;45 1
Arrive Honouliuli.. 7 :2C 9.49 '1
Uavo Honouhuli..7::tD 10:51 .1
Arrive Honolulu. ..8 ::i5 11:55 i
HKAKI. CITY LOCAL.
Leave Honolulu 6
Arrive Pearl City ti
Leave Pear City. .:(
Arrive Honolulu... U:40
t Saturdays only.
Sundays excepted.
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Now moon Nov. 1 at loll. 2in. a. m.
The time siKnal for the port 1b (riven at ISh.
Oni. Ohdc. (inidiilKlit i of Uieunwlcli time or
111. 28iii. Uhp.v. p. in. of Honolulu Observatory
time. It Is Kiven by the steam whistle of the
Honolulu Trailing Mill, a few doors above
the Custom House. The same whistle is
sounded correctly at Honolulu mean noon,
Observatory meridian, or loll. 31m. 2Uuec. of
Greenwich time
THE
iailu iiliilUtui
SATURDAY, OCT. 31, 1891.
ARRIVALS. '
Oct 31
Stinr Akamai from Kooluu
Stinr Mokolii from Molokai
Stmr Viva from Molokai
DEPARTURES.
Oct 31
Smir Pele for Honuapo at 10 a lit
Selir Ka Hue Hawaii for Kooluu
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p in
Knir Akamai for Koolau
tuir James-Makee for Kauai
ftchr Kawailaui for Koolau
atuir C K l ishup for Kabuku and Puna
liiuat9'am .
CARGOES FROM ISLANO PORTS.
Stmr Mokolii -150 sheep, 84 hogs, 2 doz
poultry.
PASSENCERS.
From Kooluu, per stmr C K Bishop,
Oct 310 Couradt and J F Scott.
From Molokai, per etnir Mokolii, Oct
31 K Peck, and famiiy, T Cook, Judge
Kupihea and 10 deck.
FOREICN VESSELS IN PORT.
IT S S Pensaeola, from San Francisco
. Am bktne li'ingard, Schmidt, from San
Francisco
Brit bk Velocity, Martin, from Hong
kong Brit yacht Beagle, Gill, from tbe Colo
nies, via Hiio
FOREICN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II I M S Hiei, Mori, from Japan
S S China, from ban Francisco, due
Dec 15
Am bkt Mary Winkclinan, Nissen, from
Port Gamble
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, from Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am brig Lurline from San Francisco, for
Ililo, Oct 10
Am wh bk Morning Star, Mar 25, from
New Bedford
Am wh bk Mermaid, Mar 25, from New
Bedford
Am wh bk California, Mar 25, from New
Bedford
Am wh bk James Arnold, Mar 25, from
New Bedford
Br bk Pass of Leny, from Glasgow, due
Nov 30
Cer bk Paul Isenberg, from Liverpool,
Dec. 5 .
Am bk Martha Davis from New York
Bk Harrison G Johnson from New York
Ger bk Sablno from Bremen
' SHIPPING NOTES.
The steamer Mokolii arrived fills morn
ing from Molokai and Lauai.
The Custom House laiiucl) sports a
flagl
The sphooner Sarah & Eliza is receiv
ing a coat of paint at the bauds of her
owner, Mr Williams, and assistants.
The Kinau has the joiners and painters
aboard.
The yacbt Beagle has had her fore-top
niast unshipped and her cabin is being
decorated in white aud gold.
There has not been a foreign sailing
vessel arrive in port for ten days.
The steamer Pele took 100 tons of
steel rails and 70,000 feet of railroad
ties for Honuapo, Huwnli.
CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
To-morrow, November 1st, is All
Saints' Day, a feast of obligation,
celebrated in memory and honor of
all the Saints. Religious Services as
follow: 6 and 7 a.m. low masses.
At the 7 am. mass, English Sermon.
' High' pontifical niaas at 1Q a.m.,
with "a Portuguese sermon, followpd
by the baptism of infants and adults.
Confirmation, liosary and lknedic?
tjon at 3 p.m.
The next day, November Jd, js al
Souls Day, a' day of devotion ap
pointed by the Church for tbe living
to offer prayers and suffrages fpr the
Souls of the faithful departed. At
(t and 7a-nl- low masses; p a.m.,
jligh mass de requiem.
THE JEs! PHYSIC,
St. Patrick's Pills are carefully
prepared from the best material and
according to tbe most approved form
ula, and are the most perfect cathar
tic and liver pill that can be pro
duced. We sell them. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
ThekE were two fines for drunken
ness to-day.
Bun Tioga n will give two shows to
night one a physiological one for
men only.
Tiik Salvation Army orators still
bold the fort every noon at Merchant
and Nuuanu streets.
The regular news hunter of the
Bulletin is attending the inaugura
tion of tlui plant of Ewa sugar mill
to-day.
There will be a celebration of the
Holy Communion to-morrow All
Saints Day at the 9:45 service at St.
Andrew's Cathedral.
The weather between rains those
days is agreeably bracing, presenting
to visitors one of the best phases of
the Hawaiian climate.
Kamana was sentenced by Justice
Hopkins this morning to pay a tine
of $81 and $1.30 costs and be impri
soned six months at bard labor, for
the la.rceji.yof a boat.
Thehe is a bad bog caused by much
heavy traffic at Queen and Alakea
streets. It has existed a long time
and many people wish its turn would
come soon for repairs.
Young people who have any notion
of the newspaper business may hear
something to help them to a decision
by attending ti e informal talk at Y.
M. C. A. hall Monday evening.
This is the last day of the October
term , of the Supreme Court. The
double sittings seem, to have been
successful ibis trip. Had only one
jury eat at a time the calendar would
have been very slightly reduced.
Mil. Ben Hogan will give his great
stereopticon show of select views from
many parts of the world this evening.
Those who have attended previous
ones testify that they have never seen
them equaled. Y. M. C. A. hall at 8
o'clock.
The Beagle yachting party after a
pleasant stay of several weeks in tbe
Islands will shortly sail to explore
new regions. While here they have
bad the Beagle thoroughly overhauled
externally and renovated internally,
by Messrs. Sorenson & Lylo of the
Honolulu Marine Railway.
The rainfall for the month of Octo
ber at the Government rain iauge at
Punahou has been 4.64 inches, the
usual average being 2.30. At the
electric light works 7.74 inches. The
mouth of October during the past 16
years has furnished 6 percent, and
November 15 percent of the total
annual amount.
At a meeting of the Hui Kalaiaina
last night a protest was raised agaiust
the supplanting of Mr. J. A. Kahoo
nei (Akiim) by Hon. R. W. Wilcox in
the presidential chair. After a stormy
discussion Mr. Wilcox acknowledged
he had been mistaken in distrusting
the former President's fidelity to the
organization, and thereupon resigned
the chair to that gentleman. Mr. Ka
hoonei resumed the chair and the
meeting dispersed in peace.
"Ncuanu street above Hotel street,"
was the place indicated by the tele
phone as having a fire after 11 o'clock
last night. The endue of Mechanic
Engine Co. No. 2 was there quicker
than it takes to tell it, and Honolulu
Engine Co. No. 1 was a minute or two
behind the first, having a longer run
from house. The cause of alarm was
an exploded lamp in a Chinese house,
and the lamp had been tossed out on
the street before it set tire to any
thing. ADVERTISING NOTES.
Miss Rumbel has returned and will
resume work. 5-3t
The yacht Beagle requires a first
class ship's cook.
Go TO the Central Meat Market for
Fine Breakfast Sausages. l-2w
A white mottled horse and a dark
mare await their owners at the pound.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co,, Agents.
1-tf
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents. 1-tf
"Don't" read the new advertise
ment of the Hawaiian Hard fare Co.
which appears in this issue.
Messrs. Silva and Gomez have
taken the Hawaiian Electroplating
Worjcs, opposite the Mormon church,
Punchbowl.
Delicious coffee and chocolate will
be served every morning early at the
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Hotel street. 221 tf
Mr. J. W. McGuire announces that
he has resumed the use of the Bell
Telephone No. 465, retaining also
Mutual Telephone 53.
Ik vou want something good for a
cold lunch, call at the Central Meat
Market, where you can get genuine
German and Bologna Sausages and
Pigs Head Cheese. l-2w
When you give a nice lunch or
dinner party, t rder one of those
Fancy Neapolitan Ice Bricks. They
set up your table beautifully. The
"Elite Ice Cream Parlors." 3-lv
Messrs. H. Hackfeld Co. give a
long list of new machinery lately im
ported from Europe, which they are
instructed to sell. It comprises a full
plaiit for a complete sugar factory,
and is offered in, whole or in part mix
very reasonable terms.
TO-DAY'S CAME.
The following players w
pate n the ball game this
at the league Grounds at
il partici
afternoon 8:30:
t. Louis
PoiUiuu.
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p ...
Crescent
....Willis, C
...Angus, G
... .Soper, J
....Haley, F
. Li-lmiau, P
Hart, L
. ...Grube, J
...Thrum. D
...:.H01V,C
Long. C...... ..
Kaae, W
Lewis, P
Stannous, E....
Gomes, M
Thompson, J A.
Carter, I)
Kaouli. H
Lane, J no
Leal, Juo., sub.
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CALEDONIAN CELEBRATION.
Flrl Halloween Hull f Hie Meottinli
TliiMtle Club.
Heretania street Armory has been
more profusely decorated, but never
more tastefully and in accord with a
particular occasion Hum last night.
The event was the first Halloween
ball of the Honolulu Thistle Club. A
high platform for the orchestra had
been erected at the head of the hall.
This structure was d raped with Ha
waiian, American and British Hags,
and on its front were a portrait of
Queen Victoria and the Scottish
standard (a rampant linn). The
standard and the cross of St. George
were on the wall at the other end of
the hall. Flags of several nations
were hung nil around the walls. Pic
tures of scenes, buildings, statues,
monuments, etc., in Scotland, were
hung on the posts of the main hall,
also on the walls of the dressing
rooms, the frames being draped with
Scottish plaids in different clan tar
tans. Flags in the marine signal
code depended from the middle
truss beam the length of the room.
People began streaming in shortly
before eight o'clock, and continued
to come until over 200 had assem
bled. Music started for an order of
14 dances shortly after eight, Prof.
II. Berger leading the full Royal
Hawaiian Orchestra. The dances in
cluded the Highland schotlische,
Scotch and Virginia reels, and Pat
ronella. A few extras were given
and the large aud happy assemblage
hurried the hours with Hying feet,
scarcely anyone going home till the
close at one o'clock. At intermis
sion Mr. John G. Lumsden, arrayed
in full Highland military costume,
gave a line exhibition of the sword
dance. Ho was loudly recalled and
in equally good style gave the High
land fling. Prof. Berger aud band
rendered many Scottish tunes in the
course of the ball with the greatest
satisfaction, notwithstanding that
they had only two or three days'
notice for practicing the unusual
bars.
The refreshments were supplied
and served by the Elite Ice Cream
Parlors, Mr. Steiner managing the
service in por?on. Ice cream and
cake, lemonade and hot coffee, were
available the wholo night. Every
thing, in fact, passed off with the
utmost smoothness. T'iere was not
a frown or the occasion of one
throughout. The floor committee
did their work with perfect agreeable
ness and tact. At the close of the
last dance the company sang "Auld
Lang Syne" with interlocked hands,
making a very impressive finale.
Following is a list of committees
who had charge of this successful
first Halloween ball :
Reception G. Sandoman, I). Lo
gan, J. Pollock, W. Kadie, W. F.
Wilson.
Floor -1). Douglas (floor manager),
J. G. Lumsden, G. L. Dull, R. More,
W. McKay.
Decorations R. More, W. F.
Wilson.
The officers of the Sons of St.
George and the Honolulu Arion were
special guests of the Thistle Club.
SUNDAY SERVICES.
st. Andrew's cathedral.
Twenty-third Sunday after Tri
nity, All Saints' Day :
Cathedral services'.
Holy communion 6 :30 a. in.
Morning prayer and Holy Com
munion at 11 a. m.
Evening prayer (Hawaiian) and
ser rion, 3 :30 p. m.
Evening prayer and sermon, at
7:30 p. m. "
SECOND CONGREGATION.
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, will be as follows:
Holy Communion 9:45 a. in.
Hymns 427 and 322.
At 6:45. p. m., evensong:
Anthem, "0 how amiable are thy
dwellings," by J. E. West.
Hymns 429 and 12.
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All
are invited to these services.
CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
Low mass, 6 and 7 a. in.
High mass, 10 a. m.
Rosary and catechism, 2 p. m.
Benediction of the My B, Sacra
ment, 4 :30 p. m.
Tomorrow, November 1st, an Eng
lish Sermon will be delivered at the
Catholic Cathedral of Honolulu, at
the 7 a. m. mass.
BKITO HALL.
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ hold their meetings as follows
at Brito's Hall, corner of King and
Smith streets, every Sunday at 10
a. m. Bible Class; at 11 preaching
to natives through an interpreter ; at
7:30 p. m. to all who understand
English.
bk. Hammond's house.
The Lord's Supper will he admin
istered to all Christians who desire to
coiumcmonte the suffering and death
of our Lord Jesus Christ, at the
residi nee of Dr. Hammond on the
Lord's Day at 3 ,20 p. m.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Preaching by the pastor at U a.m.
and 7:30 p.m. The evening dis.
course will be upon the book of Joel.
Subject: 'God's great army of the
locusts." All are invited.
QUEEN EMMA HAM,,
Gospel services will be held at
Queen Emma Hall this evening aud
to-morrow evening, commencing at
7:45 o'clock- All are invited.
V. m. c. A. UAU.
Gospel service in Y. M. C. A.
Hall at 6 :45 Sunday evening. Topic:
"The Touch of Compassion."
Mark 1 :40-45.
'PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN-SS
1 columns of interesting reading
matters. Mailed to foreign countries,
6; Islands, 95.
EWA MILL
By kind invitation of Mr. J. N. S.
Williams, Manager of the Cnion Iron
AVorks, a large party of merchants
and representative sugar men took
a trip to the Ewa plantation to-day
to witness the inauguration of the
sugar mill. Although the mill is not
at present perfect, yet what part of
the machinery was run gave a fair
idea of its capabilities. The macera
tion rollers were put into motion and
everything ran smoothly. The cane
slieci's were also given a run and
worked with lightning speed.
After an inspection of the mill,
the w likings being explained by
Messrs. J. N. S. Willianii, Robert
More and Hughes, the party ad
journed to the dining room where a
collation was spread, and it need not
be said that ample justice was done
to the good things. The company
returned to lown about 1 ;30 o'clock
this afternoon, all pleased with the
promoters of the excursion and voting
Ewa Mill a success and the Union
Iron Works, who were responsible
for the construction, a credit to Honolulu.
CHAMBERLAIN'S COLIC, CHOLERA AND
DIARRHEA, REMEDY
Is famous throughout the United
States for its prompt cures of diarr
hoea, dysentery, colic and cholera
morbus. It is pleasant to take and
can always be depended upon both
for children and adults. 25 and 50
cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents.
BEN HOGAN
Will give another of his Famous
.'IWIICOO M
At Y. IVI. C. A. HALL,
On Saturday Evening, Oct. 31st,
AT H O'CLOCK.
Introducing the finest of his American
ami Kiiiopeaii Views, the most beautiful
ever placed on canvas.
The Exhibition w consist, of two
parts, the latter part being for gentle
men only. The llrst part will last one
hour and a half ; the latter part, which
consists of line Statuary from the Vati
can at Itniiie ami the Museum of Lon
don, and physical anatomy in healthy
and diseased conditions, will hist one
half-hour.
This will be fine of the most beneficial
illustrated lectures a young man can
attend.
tSF Admission: Ladies ib cts . Gen
tlemen fit) cts. j,j 4t
NOTICE.
MK. .T. W. MoGl'IRE begs
noiince that lie, lias resum
to ttll-
'esunied the
use of the Bell Telephone No. 4(if, and
respcetfiiliy solieils the patronage of his
friends and the public in general. Mu
tual Tel. No. flU; Bell Tel. No. 4iiS.
238 Iw J. W. MeG I'IKE.
Honolulu Athletic Association.
rr,IIE annual meeting of ihe above
I Association will be held at the
Gymnasium on MONDAY EVENING,
Nov. !)th. Election of ofllcers, etc.
c. J. McCarthy,
230 lit Secretary.
M. I. S1I.V.V.
M. GOMEZ.
HAWAIIAN
Electroplating Works,
Opposite Moi mon Church, Punchbowl.
Hanging Lamps, Chandeliers, Brackets,
etc , can now be Relaeiiiered and lie
gilded eciial to new. It makes no differ
ence how dirty ami black they arts we
etui make them look us good as when
you bought them from the store. Try it
and be convinced.
Mutual Telephone No. 700.
238 tf
PIGS!
1 All I IKS desirous of improving their
1 t Slock should communicate
with, or inspect the stock at the
Kapahulu Farm,
Will Kilt I.
Where some of tbe Fine -t Thoroughbred
BERKSHIRE STOCK
Is now offered for sale, which are young
and hardy and being bred heie and ac
climated are less liable to succumb to
disease than imported animals. In breed
ing has been carefully avoided, and the
stock is carefully U d on steamed potatoes
and In an and alfalfa.
YOUNfi SOWS, about one year old,
served by sires rcfitrred in the Ameri
can Berkshire Association.
YOUNG PIGS of thoroughbred parents,
singly, in pairs or trios.
SOWS of graded stock carrying 3rd
and -lib litters by tiiormighhred sires.
NiMU-ttED BOARS from imported pedi
greed Berkshire stock, and 1 liegistered
Imported Boar.
SUCKING PIGS in any quantity.
HAUltY CANNON,
Manager.
$zif Mutual Telcphine No. 352.ifctt
253 2v
FvU SALE
PETM I' d Incubator, 12S. Ap
i V ply ui uiie ollice. 242 tf
io:t HUNT
1 1 K Very Desirable Resi
dence located on Kinau
.iii'i'i m-ar the corner of 1 'on
sacola street, presently occupied by P.
1. August Ehlerj. House contains par-lo.-s,
liiniiig-room. kitchen, three cham
bers, bathroom, pauiry. veranda rooms
and ample elo-et space. Postcssion given
December 1st. Inquire at
HAWAII N HARDWARE CO.,
243 U Fort street, opp. Spreckels.
m i
Ml
"August
1
Flower"
" I have been afflict
Biliousness, " ed with biliousness
"and constipation
Constipation,.. ror fifteen years;
Stomach ;,' firstoue aud thta
' another prepara-
Pains. " tin was suggested
" tome aud tried but
"to no purpose. At last a friend
" recommended August Flower. I
" took it according to directions and
" its effects were wonderful, reliev
" ing me of those disagreeable
" stomach pains which I had been
"troubled with so long. Words
"cannot describe the admiration
"in which I hold your August
" Flower it has given me a new
" lease of life, which before was a
" burden. Such a medicine is a ben
" efaction to humanity, and its good
"qu alities and
"wonderful tner-Jesse Barker,
" its should be ,
"made known to Printer,
"everyone suffer- Humboldt,
biliousness Kansas, if)
G. G. GKIiEX, Sole Man'fr.Woodbury.X.J.
NEW GOODS RECEIVED BY THE
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
Chandeliers.
Piano, Banquet and Library
Lamps, in oxidized silver, wrought,
black and polished brass, direct
from the factory.
Turkey and Ostrich Dusters.
Wire on Spools.
Tucks and Square Flas Packing.
Disstou's Files.
Tube Scrapers.
Hammers.
Carvers, Table and Butcher Knives.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests.
A fresh invoice of Rubber Hose,
etc., etc., etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE COMPANY. (L'D).,
FOUr KTUEKT.
FOR SALE !
We have been instructed to oiler
for sale the lollowing
NEW MACHINERY!
Lately Imported from Europe, viz:
2 Tubular Boilers, 0ft.diam. ,20ft. long
with furnaces complete.
1 First Filed with 1 100 sq. ft. heating
surface.
1 Second Kllect with WOO si. ft. beat
ing surface.
1 8-ton Vacuum Pan with all fixtures
complete.
1 Patent Juice Steam Boiler with 1
steam force juice pump.
1 Mixer, SO.coolerg (each on 3 wheels).
1 30-Frame Filtcrpress.
1 Montctjues, 1 Centrifugal Molasses
Pump.
1 Upright KxliHiist Steam Ileheater.
1 Smokestack, (ift.xOOft.
1 llotwater Receiving Tank.
1 Horizontal Steam Fngine for driv
ing 12 Centrifugal Machines.
4 Centrifugal Machines,
2 Large Vacuum Pumps, size of air
cylinder 24x2(1.
1 Large Waterpump, size of steam
cylinder 11 inches.
1 Juice Tank, LlOO gallons.
2 Steam Traps.
2 Wrought Iron, 1000 gallons Clari-
liers.
1 Cleaning Pan.
1 Diffusion Plant for making 25 tons
Sugar in 22 hours, consisting of
Caiioslieing Machine, Steam .En
gine, 12 Cells, 1 Waterpump,
Hair Belt, Knives, etc., complete.
The above being a full plant for a
complete sugar factory will bo sold on
very reasonable terms either as a
whole or in part.
fjF For further particulars as to
prices, drawing, etc., apply to
It HACKFELD & CO.
258 7t-4 4 It
IMPORTANT SALE !
ON account of Captain Morisseau's
departure by the next outgoing
steamer, and to close partnership ac
counts Dr. Trousseau offers for sale the
Hawaiian Ostrich & Egg Farm,
linitloliuil Park,
Comprising the Freehold of tbe Pro
perty, Furniture, Agricultural Imple
ment., Windmills, Pumps, Steam En
gine, etc., etc.
2 Fair of Breeding 0itricb.es,
35 more or less Young Ostriches.
From a day to 8 mouths old ;
1 Horse aud Brake, 1 Express Wagon, 1
Cart, a large number f purebred Brown
Leghorn Fowls and others.
Itff The Property will be sold as a
whole or everything separately to suit
pnrchaseis.
There are on the Farm over 200 Navel
Orange, Adriatic Fig, and Olive Trees,
aud over 1000 Imported Pineapple Plants
of the best snrLs.
The whole of the laud is laid out for
coinplete irrigation, the water being sup
plied from an inexhaustible surface well
of very sweet water.
Dr. Trousseau assumes all liatiilities
of the Ostrich Farm and would like all
accounts, if any, to be sent to him by
October iltsl.
Inspection Invited. Captain Moris
seau will give every possible Informa
tion. Hair For price aud other particulars,
apply to
4tf DR. TROUSSEAU.
Preliminary imwimt
ft r (I, F4 A ,
: FROM
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Pprockcls' Bank, Honolulu.
An Entire New Stock of
Dry Goods & Fancy Goods,
M I L L 1 N li R Y
NOW OPEN AT
N. S. SACLIS
104 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
New Dress Goods, Dress Siiks & Grenadines
A New Assortment of
Fancy Draperies, Scrims, Madras & Curtains
Latest Patterns in
Sateens, Fancy Cotton Pongee's, Ginghams & Cotton Crapes
New Novelties in
Parasols, Silk Shawls & Fancy Cashmere Shawls
lvil 1ov's. Iil (ilovew,
A Full Assortment of Sizes and Colors.
SPECIAL BARGAINS I
8-MIi lftiilli Iw0m Kill Giro for $11.
The Now Detective Camera
ONE-THIRD SMALLER!
Every Way Better than Any Other Hand
Camera !
Just Received and For Sale by
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
li:t II.) Fort (Street,
FINE CIGARS!
We have received a
EY WEST
Which we offer to Lovers of the Weed.
ALSO
Straiton and Storm Cigars !
In Lnrgo "Vnrioty.
Pet Cigarettes and Tobacco
ro:
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IOU Fort Si reft.
CILU. GEItTZ,
Xo. M Port Klrcct,
Has received per S. S. "Australia" a
lare Invoice of
Gent's, L . dies' & Children'
Boots, Shoes St Slippers.
2 lit 1 Ml
W. T. MONSARRAT,
Veterinary Surgeon.
t- Ottlce at CliiliStaMes, Fort stn-ei.
Both Telephones 477. wt 15-tll
Don't bite off wire with
your teeth !
Don't Hill up tacks with a
Heivv lii ver !
Don't open tin cans with a
butcher knife!
Don't lit wood with a
hammer!
Don't sharpen your knife
on the stove !
Don't borrow your neigh
bor's shovel !
Don't forget that yon can
buy
TIIK
AMARET "
Honolulu, II. I.
Sample Lot of Choice
: t Hoiioluln, H. 1.
LOT FOK SALE!
mi LF.VEI. Lot, fenced and
1- 1- reailv for huihlitig on,
IftHtk on Alapai street, between Ki
uau ami (Quarry streets. Applv to
M. A. GOXSAL'VES,
2.0 :t Queeu street.
FOK SALE or LEASE
ORSIDEXCF.
on I.nimlilo
slreet nreseiitlv oeetinleil
j fiikwMby Mr. J. A. Kennedy, cou
i taining double parlors, four bedrooms,
j dininii-rooiii. bathroom. large tliniuir
! room, kitchen and pantry; servant's
room. stahlinjT. etc., on rear of main
I building. Grounds, 300x105 feet, well
! laid out. Vacant on 14th August Lot
j adjoining ;xl0o feet may be purcliastd
ou reasonable terms,
K. I. LILLIE,
1 108 tf With Theo. 11. Davies & Co.
GUARS

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