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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PIIOM AND AFTEK OCTOBER 1. 1892.
Leave Honolulu, ,0:1ft
Arrive Honolulu .8:35
a.m. r.M. P.M.
a sift 1:15 l:3.t
0:57 2:57 Bt35t
10:13 3:13 G:l2t
IliftTi 4:55 (l:50f
I'KARI. OlTV LOCAL
Leave Honolulu. . , .. .... 5:10
Arrlvo Pearl City 5:48 ....
Lcavo Pcftrl City..tl:55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:30 ....
Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
BY c. J. LYONS.
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"New intitin on the 19th at 2h. 18m. n.m.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, NOV. 18, 1892.
Friday, Nov. 18.
Grilllths, from Ban
Bhtno S Q Wilder,
F J ''PiiiiiAY. Nov. 18.
Stnir W G Hall for Maul and Hawaii at 10
From Ban Francisco, nor bktne 8 Q
Wilder, Nov 18 W Dalton, J J Kelly, E O
The British bark Scottish Wizard left
Newcastle on October 28 for this port with
1503 tons of coal.
The brigantine W. Q. Irwin will not sail
until after the arrival of the B. S. Mariposa
from the Coast, in order to give peoplo
time to answer letters.
C J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
stroot for sale.
Root Beor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Elito Ico Cream Parlors."
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,Agents.
' . ... .. O '
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ka Maile has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho storo formerly occupied
by, Frank Gortz.
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Tolophono G82.
For island.views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallory, Sevorin &
Bolster, Fort stroot. Amateur work
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotel
stroot. Lodging. by day, wooli! or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and SI. 25 a week.
For the Season.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co. aro dis
playing Dinnor, Breakfast, Chamber
and Tea. Sots, in Doulton Ware and
Copelaud; examples suitable for
presents' in Haviland, Copeland.
Royal Worcester, Royal Devon and
Bisquo; Bisque, Figures; Rochester
Lamps; a few Fancy Clocks, and
many other articles.
Hingham Ifuckots, plain and paint
ed, in nests. Every housekeeper
should havo a supply of theso.
Refrigerators anu Ice Chests of
tho most improved patterns.
Pictures and Picture
Picture Framing in all
A visit to tho art rooms is invited.
"Jbblots" on Parade.
Last ovoning about
the little urchins on
King streots wore heard to cry i
"Ghosts, Ghosts," attracting a la
number of poople. It was tho "Job
lots" pillow slip and shoot party,
Thoro wore about fifteen to twenty
ladies and gontlomou encased in
shoots and pillow slips marching up
Alapai stroot. Somo had baby car
riages, othors had pups. Approach
ing tho Portuguese colony tho "Job
lota" were mot by a swarm of "kids"
who made Home howl. Tho party
finally arrived at their destination.
It was a surpriso party to Mrs.
Potrio, iii hor now house.
Thursday, Nov. 17.
The company mot at tho Chamber
of Coinmerco room at 8 o'clock p.m.,
tho President, Hon, A. Young, in
As the only mattor for discussion
was that of 'labor, and the relations
of the company thereto with tho
Legislature, tho newspaper reporters
retired, tho members dosirmg to
confer in private.
50 cents a month,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho S. G. Wildor brought 507 hogs
for tho Hawaiian Hog Co.
Captain Griffiths is thanked for a
file of Snn Francisco Examiner.
Thoro aro twenty-throe cases of
powder on board the S. G. Wildor.
Tho Mariposa will probably ar
rlvo to-morrow morning from San
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Co. has
sprung tho wiro puzzle on an unsus
Tho mail by tho S. S. Mouowai
yesterday ovoning consisted of OJIjI
lottors and 97G prints.
Choico seed cocoanuts from Samoa
can bo had at tho grocery store of
H. E. Mclntyro & Bro.
Tho third articlo on tho Appropri
ation Bill is deferred to malto room
for local and foreign news.
Tho S. G. Wildor brought two fine
thoroughbred dogs for E. W. Holds
worth and Andy Brown.
Tho Bulletin is showing up somo
of tho old fogios, including the edi
tors of tho half-white apologies.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Woathor
clear; wind light northeast. Bark
entino S. G. Wildor coming into port.
Mr. E. C. Marfarlauo loft by tho
Mouowai on a flying visit to tho
Coast for tho benefit of his health.
A mail for tho United States will
bo forwarded by the brigautino W.
G. Irwin closing qh Sunday at 9 a.m.
Tho Waikiki Poultry Yard has
young turkeys and sucking pigs for
Thanksgiving and Christmas. Seo
A. L. Cron is fixing up part of tho
storo lately occupied by him, prepar
atory to opening another candy
Printed copies of songs composod
by Her Majesty wore received by
tho Hawaiian Nows Co. on last
Tho time table of tho trains to bo
run to tho Masonic picnic to-morrow
appears iu tho columns of tho
A passenger by the S. G. Wilder
states that tho presidential election
m tho States hung on a thread when
Thoro will bo sports for juveniles
at tho Masonic picnic to-morrow
aftornoon. A little of everything
and something for everybody.
There is a cockpit on School street
where periodical meets aro had bo
tweeu Japanese and Chinese birds.
Tho fights oxcito both colonies.
Tho S. S. Monowai loft shortly
after 7 o'clock last evening. Tho
band was on tho wharf to play her
off. Tho through passenger list was
During tho absence of E. C. Mac
farlano from the Kingdom, C. M.
White will act for him in all matters
connected with tho firm of Maofar
lauo & Co., L'd.
Judd has granted
a discharge in ioach
case of J. F.
Hackfold, assignee "of tho
estates of JV1.
Modeiros, Y. Alan
and C. Ahona.
The little animals known as the
mongoose aro as plentiful as over in
town. A Portuguese shot one in (lie
eyo the other day. Two others
Wore killed yosterdaj'.
There will bo a meeting of the
Historical Society in tho Library to
morrow evening for tho olection of
now members and other items pre
paratory to tho annual meeting.
J. F. Morgan will sell certain
porty situated at
ivoolaupoko anu the- premises on
Fort street below Kukui street, at
his salesroom at noon to-morrow.
Tho electric lights wont out about
10:30 o'clock last night. "Wo nover
miss it till it's gone" was vividly illus
trated. Ono going down tho street
could hardly seo his hand,, in front
Work has been commenced on tho
now Masonic building at tho corner
of Alakea and Hotel streots. Tho
trees havo boon cleared and tho
stones placed ready for laying tho
Tho front wheel of a heavy dray
wont clean over a little dog on Fort
and Merchant streets to-day. Tho
accident didn't prevent tho animal
from running as far as tho Govern
Bruce & A. J. Cartwright havo
boon appointed administrators, with
tho will annexed, of tho ostato of
tho late Thomas Cummins, to fill
tho vacancy caused by tho death of
A. J. Cartwright.
A sloop from tho U. S. S. Alliance
capsized in tho harbor this morning.
An ollicor from tho Boston says that
tho accident was caused by tho man
at tho tiller boing a greon hand.
No lives wore lost.
Extonsivo culling has boon per
formed amongst the trees on Queen
Dowogor Kapiolani's place, Honua
kaha. Tho operations havo exposed
tho residence to full view, where it
used to bo almost hidden in foliage.
A potitiou of tho widow has boon
filed in tho Supremo Court to havo
M. Molnorny appointed administra
tor of tho ostato of tho latu II. W.
Mcintosh, who died intestate. Tho
petition will bo hoard on Decem
Mr, Wraj' Taylor will give an or
gan concert at Kaumakapili Church
on Monday evening, November 28th.
It will bb tho aunivorsary of Hawai
ian Iudopondoneo, and a very attrac
tive program is promised. Full par
Tho picnic to bo given by tho
members of Lodge lo Progres do
I'Ocoauio to-morrow promises to bo
a grand affair, A largo number of
tickots havo boon sold. Tho music
will bo furnished by a detachment
of tho baud and tho'Quiutet Club,
FmuAY, Nov. 18, 1892.
Assembly convened at 10, as usual,
for prayer. Minutes of previous
meeting wore read and approved.
Hop. Smith from tho Sanitary
Committee reported in favor of an
increase in the amount for Loper
Settlement from ?210,(KX) to $225,000
and t lie striking out of tho item of
.?5000 now in Section 2. Report
tabled for consideration with Appro
Tho Minister of Interior reported
on bills 151 and 1G5 authorizing tho
Minister to issue Royal patents to
tho holders of certain lands, and
presented a now bill (203). Bill road
a second time by title and ordered
to usual course.
Rep. KanoaHi moved that tho
Amendment to Articlo 55 of the
Constitution bo mado the Order of
Before any action was taken on
tho motion the Minister of Finance
road answers to questions propound
ed by Rep. Ashford and relating to
tho status of a certain claim of rovo
nuo against certain Crown Lands
situated at Kanoohe, Koolau, Oaliu.
Rep. Ashford moved that the an
swers bo referred to Judiciary Com
mittee tor an opinion in tho mattor.
Tho Attornoy-Gonoral opposed
the motion; ho did not consider it
propor that tho Judiciary Committee
should form themselves into a tri
bunal in tho mattor. The Cabinet
intended to tako further action iu
Aftor considerable discussion the
mattor was allowed to remain in tho
hands of tho Cabinet for further in
vestigation. Tho Minister of Finance road for
tho first time tho following bills, all
of which wore passed to print:
1. To provide for tho levying of a
ta ou legacies and tho commissions
of administrators, oxecutors, guardi
2. To provide for tho licensing of
professions and vocations practised
in tho Kingdom.
3. To amend tho law relating to
tho vonding of wares and merchan
dise in tho Kingdom.
L To amend tho law relating to
Noble Thurston from tho Com
mitteo on Public Lands, under sus
pension of tho rules presented a re
port on Bill 191, to amend tho law
relating to Road Boards and Road
Supervisors. Tho committee favor
tho bill and with tho addition of a
few verbal amendments thoy recom
mend that the bill pass. Report
adopted, bill passed to engrossment
and ordered for third reading on
At 11:20 tho Order of tho Day
Bill 115, relating to internal taxes,
camo up on third readings
Ron. Ashford was opposed to tho
billj'hodid not know of any good
reason why it should pass. Ho
moved tho indefinite postponement.
Noblo Thurston said that such a
proposition whon tho bill was first
introduced would havo been better
than at tho prosont stage. Tho bill
did remedy some of tho defects in
tho tax laws. It was the result of
tho time and at t end t ion of ox-Minister
Widomauu and Macfarlano, alio
of tho tax-assessor Mr. C. A. Brown,
and contained a number of sugges
tions of Hon. S. M. Damon. There
were no radical ohangos, but it was
most beneficial on account, of con
solidating tho various laws. Ho op
posed I ho motion of indounito post
ponement. Noble Baldwin said that tho bill
was tho result of a great doal of
labor. It was not, as has been stat
ed, a mere compilation, but now fea
tures wore introduced including tho
taxing of money in banks. Thoro
were some changes, however, which
wore yot to 1)0 desired, and thoso
wore specially relative to turning iu
the school and road board funds in
to tho Treasury. Tho Govoriunout
has been placed iu a poition of late
where it had to borrow money at
heavy rutos of interest, whon, if tho
funds mentioned had been placed in
tho Treasury, tho Government
would not havo been in straits. Ho
moved that tho third reading bo de
ferred to a week from to-day.
Noblo Horner thought that moneys
colloctod bv a specific tax for a
specific purpose snrtuld bo used for
Tho Attorney-General considered
tho bill had gone so far that it hud
now arrived at such a stage that it
should bo passed. As a consolida
tion of tho tax laws it would bo very
usofiil and would facilitate tho col
lection of taxes.
Ponding action tho Assembly at
12 took recoss until 1:30 o'clock.
Hoalani Boat Club,
tho mooting of tho Hoalani
Club, hold lust ovoning. tho
following otlicors wore elected, Cap
tain W. H. C. Greig having resigned
President, G, E. Boarduinu.
Yico-ProMdonl, C. A. Widonmnn.
Secretary, A. L, C. Atkinson.
Treasurer, Albert Lucas.
Captain, O. W. Macfarlano.
Trustees: Frank J. Krugor, C. L.
Crabbo, F..B. McStockor, C. F. Hor
rick, J. II. WodohouM), Jr.
Tub Best Plaster. Dampen a
pioco of ilannol with Chamborlnin's
Pain Balm and bind it on over tho
seat of pain. It is hotter than any
piaster, wuon mo mugs are sore
such an application on tho chest
and another on tho back, between
tho shoulder blades, will often pre
vent pneumonia. There is nothing
so good for a lamo buck or u pain in
tho side. A soro throat can nearly
always uo cured in ono night y ap
plying a ilannol bandage dampened
with Pain Balm, 50 cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. JtonsTou, Smith
&, Co., Agents for tho Hawaiiun
Undoubtedly tho-most nonsensical
and unreasoning but generally ac
cepted mandate, that has boon hand
ed down to us from the da3;s of old
Eseulapius himself, is thai ono which
makes it a most -tlisctcditahlo and
unprofessional action for a physician
in good standing to advertise his
specialt', if ho has one, his place of j
business or his terms for treat uieut.
through tho public journals. Ai d
if ho has, through his learning, skill
and experience, gained aftor many
years of long and arduous labor,
offoctod cures of remarkable merit,
or discovered certain pathological
facts of benefit to suiToring human
ity oven tlieso ho must refrain from
making known to thu world, savo
through tho medium of a medical
journal, or by tho slower agency, his
conversation and intercourse with
his fellow doctors too often loth to
compliment or allow the meed of
praiso to whom it is duo. It is ii -deed
a singular and irieconcilablo
fact that a body of nion, possessed
of that intelligence and iudopond
oneo of thought which tho world at
largo is glad to concede to it, should
bo bouud down by Unsold timo ridi
culous custom, that has not one
cogent reason to maintain it. In tho
first placo it is not fair to .mankind
that tho discoveries which might
waraoii many oi ine ins mat nesii
is heir to; or at least roliovo them of
their pain and disastrous effects,
should not bo given tho widest pub
licitj', nor is it just that any man or
body of men, who havo valuable in
formation, experience of worth and
beneficial knowledge should bo de
barred from imparting their dis
coveries, savo through tho slow me
diums now conceded them. When
will this grand body of intelligent,
yet timorous, scientists throw off
their rusty medieval shackles and
assort thofr rights boforo tho world.
The Newspaper Man.
Tho following information has
been furnished by tho President of
tho Board of Health to tho Sanitary
Committee of tho .Legislature in
responso to a question by Air. Ka
niauoha: 1. Tho. Government Physicians
aro instructed to givo free advico and
treatment to tho poor of all nation
alities, but more especially Hawai
ians who cannot afford to pay for
2. Tho appropriation mado for
purchasing medicines roads, "Medi
cines (for gratuitous distribution),"
and each Government Physician is
allowed a certain amount of medi
cines for his district, which is intend
ed lor free distribution to tho poor j
people, .besides tho allowance fur
nished bj the Government each phy
sician has medicines of his own for
his private practice If airy Govern
ment Physician receives nionoy for
medicines it is to bo presumed that
it is for his own 'medicine and not
for the medicine furnished by tho
Board of Health.
3. As will bo understood from
tho above answer the Govornmont
Physicians mako no monetary re
turns for medicines to tho Board,
and that theJ3oard has to trust to
tho 'honesty of Govornmont Physi
cians for tho distribution .of medi
cines allowed them by tho Board of
j. , Ita Littlo World.
Tho -P. C.A. of Nov? 5 says: "If
tho Ministers did not know, boforo
thoy took office, that a change in
tho managembut of tho police de
partment was imperatively required,
thoy must havo boon in tho world,
but not of it," etc. Hish; hush;
hark; la' low; keop dark; until tho
cars arrio from Baltimore, Mr.
Advertiser man; then perhaps the
Marshal may resign his oilico to
pleaso theo.s ;Tho. world that tho
Advertiser speaks of, is composed of
a ton by fifteen circle of boodlors.
"Only that, and nothing inoio."
AM) OKNr.UAL SKUVANT.
-fX. References required. AiiiiIv to
DUBINO MY TBMl'OltAKY AB
senee from the Kingdom Mr. C. M.
White will act for inn iu all matter.s con
nected with tho firm of Macfarlanc it
K. 0. MAOI'-AKLANK.
Honolulu, Nov. 17, lB!)i o78-:it
Cocoanuts for Planting!
A small lot of Choice Heed Cocounnts just
received from Samoa. Thoy aro of
the variety known as tho
Niu Lea or Dwarf Gocoanut !
Which bear.s its nuts in profusion at I to (1
foot from tho ground. Thoy are searce and
rare and considered valuable In Samoa
where they come Into hearing at about
four years of age.
H. E. McINTYRE & BRO.
rhanksgiving i Christians !
Delivered Dressed or Alive.
Cull and inspect at
Waikiki Poultry Yard
Or Inquire of
C. W. MACKAltl.ANK,
at Macfarlano ,V Co.'s, Kaaliuinanii st,
X uiiiiuj of Interesting Heading Matter.
lulauds.l; mailed to foreign countries,,
B.F. ALLEN &C0.
Hobron, Newman & Go.
COUNUIl FORT AM) KINO STHHKTS.
Bruco & A. J. Cartwright.
To Let or Leas
At Prices to Suit the Times.
THAT PLBASANT SUB
urban Cottaiio on Nun-.
residence of .Mr. Thomas
Surenson. nicelv unnuintcd and with agree
able .surroundings, suited to a small family
and within an easy remove from tho hca't
of the City. Terms $ls )er month.
A NICK COTTAOK WITH
pleasant grounds on
Beretania street, a few doors
from Kccaunioku street, re
cently occupied bv Mrs. Carney, entranced
irom xounirnnu ncrcTania streets, iiouse.
Stables and Outhouses all complete, and
Iu first-class order. Street Cars pass the
front door every twenty minutes. Terms
$22 per month, including water rates.
NOTE Before -coldng or closing bar
gains oKewhore, it will piy you lo scan our
column, alid to at once con-ult the under
signed at their olllee.
Wc keen nronertv in lirt-eluss con
dition. Our terms nio moderate and as
landlords we will alwajs be found reason
able in our dealings.
ttf Apply iu each case to
BRUCE or A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
"Cartwright Building," Merchant street.
To Let or Lease.
rpVO MCl-:i,Y KIJ1S
JL nlslu I Booms, een
trallv located. Impure -at
Ilui.i.hTlN Olllee. 3S:t-lf
UVA-f, TitKMISKS, 31 iyA
Beretania street, op- &, -y' -X.4
Ite Fort street ehuivli. (Kil.fttffft
ilyto It. I. MM,!!:, oftijJggiJ
At Theo. H. Davies .t Co.
VAV HOUfeU OK I'MVi:
rooms, on Mut'iis'iiio
, wiui jjiiuiroom
ent W. C. etc
. IJUl- J
one of the linest view sin Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
FOl! A l-T.W MONTHS
a I.aige Unfurnished
Itooiu or Jlctiu'lKil Out
building, suitablu for a
naintiiiL' room. Addiess.
577-1 w 1'. O. Hot m.
., .- . , WANTED
riii) JtKNT I'OK TWO OK
X three months I'ur
nished Oottane. cenlrnlly
located. Best references
L'iv'.'ii anil leouircil. Aim lv tu
" ,:...; .. . .. .. .H-.&
lil'.U. I';. llAlllilBU.,
Snow Cottage,. Hawaiian Hotel.
NICK COTTAOK ON
Beretania street, near
l'iikol .street, containiilir
l'arlor, 1! Bedrooms, Bath
room. Dinlimroom. l'antrv
Servant's room. Carriano House, Stable, etc,
TranicaiH pass every 20 minutes. Apply at
oilico of this paper. -liS-tf
FOB SALE or LEASE
X Promises lately occu
pied by Mr. K. Suhr, will
bo for sale or lease at rea
sonable pi ice or rental, Tho (minims con
tain u variety of Kruit and Ornamental
Trees. Tho Commodious Dwelling is.well
fumlsbed with modern ihipiovcmentnftnd
conveniences, Itoomy Burn and a 2-ltoom
Cottage for servants. Kor further particu
lars, apply to JOHN T.NA,
Oilico Inter-Island Steam Navigation
ELECTION OF OFFICERS,
rpiiK roi.i.owjNo'orricr.itB wkuk
X elected at the annual meeting of tliu
Union 1'ced Co., I
November 15, J8'rJi
Secretary .. ..
M held at their oilico
l' 0. Maefailane,
,.V. K. Allen,
.... 1 It. Vida,
, V, Klamp,
K. It. VIDA,
Secretary U, 1 Co., I.'d.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
ATAMKKT1NO OF THK1IOAHDOF
Trustees of the O.iliu Cemetery Ass0.
elation held tills 12th day of Nov., 18112, at
tlio Hooins of the Chamber of Commerce,
an Klcction of OHIcers insulted in the
choico of the Hon. .lames 1. Dowsett, Pre
sident, and the Hon. J. T, Watei house,
Jr., Vice-President. Mr. Bruce Cartwright
was appointed Treasurer and Mr, Joint 11
Paty, Secietary tliey to bold such ap
pointments during the pleasure of the
Board of Trustees.
JOHN 11. PATY,
673-lw beerolary O. O, A.
'iVie Dally tiulletin is delivered h
carriers far fiuce.nts per month,
Thanksgiving and Xnias !
A Herd oi Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
Kon Tin: past six months in
Elegant Ooiiditicm. for tlie Talole !
We do lint oiler Skeleton Birds for sale at fl.M a piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed a.nci loeci If" Desired
AND DHI.lVr.KKI) THU MOIINMNO OK DAY l'Olt USi:
WiU l.lvu Weight of Birds
Prices to S"ut Everyb9dy !
FOR SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Office of D. It. Iturithnm,
M. A. SEED DRY PLATE CO.,
GENTLEMEN: , , . t
My la it order for Plates arrived very promptly. Please accept
thanks for briny so prompt.
I with to stale, that I am usiny your Plates exclusively for all
work done on these grounds for the official record of construction .
Of course comment by me as lo the good (lunlitirs of thcvSj'ed
Plate are entirely unnccesiary. , .',.. ' . J
G. D. ARNOLD,
The Seed PI
A.K.E FOR S-A.3L.E3 03SrJ,-5r &1T
109 Fort Street,
lfuvr you seen the New Unman
you sent the A'ighl downs
Have you seen the
Sachs' Stare t
New Art Silhi
JIare you sen the Monsquelaire
Pair at Sachs' Storet
ni" you seen
the New Sill:
Do ioit know that the Lal-sl Novelties and Most
d wayi be found at Sachs' Storef
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
BY LAST STIC AM Kit A VVl.U LINK OF j ,
ZBL-A-QIEC QOODS I
.A.S FOLLOWS :
Black Cashuicre 12-iiieh wide, CO cents per
yard and upwards.
Black India Lawn. Black French Iwu.
Black Sat teen In Plain and Kiguril.
lllauk Calico in Plain and Kigurcd.
f ' '
B. F. EHLERS &
Itf Dressmaking under tho management of ''Miss K. OLAHK.
The Nippon Yuson Kalsha's Steomsulp
" Yamasliiro Maru"
Will leave this port for Yokohama direct
, on or about
for narticularj) regarding Freight
and Pas.stige, apply to
, W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd.,
NKW FI HST-CLASS FAM 1 1 A ItATl I-
lug ltesort has been opened at Wai
klkl under the nhovu name by Miw
ItiiHK, for the comfort and convenience of
those wishing to eniov a sea bath. It Is
situated a little beyond the Villa. Tram
cars p.iss the gate. .
N. B. Special arrangements h
made for Family Picnics and
SjpZwrihe. for the Daily tiulletin, oO
if ier month.
ur.ing from 12 to '20 lb.
Chief of Conitrttctioti, HWi'?
11-i-l The llookery, Chicago. )
May 9, JS92.
Honolulu, HL I.
Sashes at N. N. Sachs' Storef
that are selling for .7,W at Sachs
for Drapes and Fancy Work
Undressed Kid (Sloven far $l.tiU a
Striptd and Polka Dot Vhailles at
Stylish (loads can
Blaek, Cotton, Silk and Kid Oloves In all
Black Stockings for Ladles and Children.
Black Silk Warp llenrictt'i Cloths,
Ktc, Ktc, Ktc, Kte.
CO.'S, 99 "Fort St.
Bum. Ill TKLKPHONKS Mimui.-Hl
$ JI.7S Per Cord . .. I Foot LengtliB
JW.0U Pel Cord Foot U'ngtlis
$10.00 Per Coid . I foot Lengths..
jr DelivoriMl to any part of Honolulu
1IUSTACE & CO.
lUng up N. illt on Both Tele-
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WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sana
Which o will noil at tlio Ycry lowest
Bell 414 TELEPHONE - Mutual 414
MB. LKVY WILL OPKN A DltY AND
Fancy Ooils Storo at No. M Fort
htreel, "Mclnepiy BltK-k," onJONDAY,
r-ovemner .'iHi, wnen uu in u juuumxi iu
see his friends
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