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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FItOM. AND AFTKIt OOTOBEH 1, 1892.
A.M. A.M. r.M. P.M.
Iajiivo Honolulu... 0:16 8:15 1:45 4:35t
ArrlvoHonoultull.7:'J0 0:57 2:57 5:35t
LonvolIonouHull..7:30 10:43 3:43 5:42t
Artlvo Honolulu. .8:3,5 11:55 4:55 0:50t
Pkaiu. City Local.
I.cavo Honolulu 5:10 .....
Arrivo 1'earl City. 5:48S ....
Arrivo Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays cxcoptcd. t Saturdays only.
. S Saturdays oxcopted.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Moro rain Inst night nnd to-day.
Tlioro aro now six war vessels in
Diamond Head 3 p.m., woathor
hazy; wind light northoast.
Tlioro woro ton pnssongors by tho
Btoamor Kinau to-day for tho Vol
cano. A whaling schooner was roportod
as ton miles off at 4 o'clock this
F. Gardinor exhibits a painting of
tho U. S. S. Boston in tho Hawaiian
News Co.'s window.
Ton shares of Bulletin Publishing
Co.'s stock will be sold at auction
by L. J. Levoy to-morrow at 12 noon.
Tho mooting of
Council No. 689, A.
ovoning, has boon
L. of II., this
B C. J. LYONS.
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p.m. a.m. p.m. a.m.
Mon. 20 li M 5 20, 0 0O . ft 27 0 01 10 21
Tuoh. 21 8 20 0 00 O SO 1 00 G 27 0 Ul 11 22
Wed. 22 8 60, 7 10 1 00 3 30 0 20 0 02 ....
Tliurs. 23 10 BO1 0 OO1 2 00 0 00 0 2J 0 02 0 20
Frl. 24 11 30 10 10 3 2C, 7 00 0 24 0 03 1 30
Hat. 25 11 80 10 60 1 80 8 00 0 24 0 0:1 2 30
Sun. 20 .... I2 00' G 00 8 20 0 23 0 03 3 37
First Quarter of tho moon on tho 23d at 3h.
42m. a. in.
Tlmo WhlHtlo blows at Hi. 28m. 34b. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which la tho saino ns 121i. 0m.
Us. p.m. of Urcenwicii time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN!
Navol providers and housekeepers
will not fail to obsorvo tho now card
of Lowis & Co., wholosalo and rotail
grocors, in this issue.
The Councils arc a Legislature
with Power Against Contempt,
The Warrant was Straight and John
Sheldon Is Remanded for Trial by
FEIDAY, FEB. 24, 1893.
Friday, Feb. 21.
Am sealing schooner 0 Q Whll. Laur-
entzen, 23 days from San Francisco
Am 4-nmsted seh'r Hobt Searlos, Peltz, 40
days from Newcastle, NSW
Am blctne V H Dimond, Nelson, from San
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Toma, tho Japanese detective, has
not nrmrohoiulod tho Jananoso do-
sartor from tho bark Hospor as yet.
Liook to your laurolB, Tom.
Mrs. F.S. Pratt, wifo of tho Ha
waiian Consul at San Francisco, and
daughter will leave on tho S. S.
Australia for tuo uoast to join Mr.
Captain Houdlotto, of tho S. S.
Australia, entertained a party of
lady and gontloman friends on board
that Btoamor at ono o'clock this af
Tho now Belgian instruments for.
tho mombors of tho lato Hawaiian
band are expected to arrivo by the
S. S. Monowai a week from next
Two defendants conductod their
own cases at Circuit Court to-day.
Ono got off, tho other didn't. Tho
lawyers will havo to look out for
Mr. Albort Bamos, tho well-known
book-keeper of tho Wailuku Sugar
Co., returned on the steamer Kinau
to-day with a bride, who arrived on
the S. S. Australia.
Three tracts of Government lands
in North Hilo, Hawaii, will be offer
ed for sale at public auction at the
front entrance of Aliiolani Halo on
March 30th at noon.
FmiiAY, Feb. 24.
Am bktno S G Wilder, Grilllths, for .San
Am sealing sclir U G White, I.aurcntzen,
for Japan .
Btmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am 4-masted schr Aloha, Dabel, for San
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Iwalani U315 bags sngar.
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Kinau,
Feb 21 For Volcano: W K Thorn, W A
Higgling, A M Stewart, A van Winkle and
wife, B J Lawrence and wife, J W Ernst,
F L Batemnn, Jos Gibbons. Wavports:
Mrs C Wilcox and 5 children, F J Heoker
and wife, Geo Ross, A Barnes and wife, A
Tibbs, W Chamberlain, Mrs Holstein and
3 children, It A Lyman, C E Richardson,
Miss Ahlo, Miss Ayan, Miss Aoe, Master
Henry Heckor, J Low.
At a meeting of tho Firo Police
held yesterday evening L. H. Doe's
election as foreman at a previous
meeting was confirmed and J. Dow
ney's resignation accepted.
Mr. S. Ehrlich of tho Tomplo of
Fashion returned from a visit to tho
Coast by tho steamer Australia,
bringing with him a splendid stock
of goods for that emporium.
Mrs. Mary Clement Loavitt gave
an interesting lecture at tho Y. M.
C. A. hall yesterday evening on Ma
dagascar. Tho proceeds were for
the benefit of the W. C. T. U.
Vessels in Port.
I J M S Kon-uo, Tashiro, from San
TJBPS Mohican from San Francisco
USB Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
U 8 8 Alliance, Whiting, from Samoa
H B M S Garnet from Alcapulco
HUMS Naniwa, Togo, from Japan
Am bk Hespor, Sodergren, from Newcas
tle, N SW
Am 4-masted schr Uobt Searlos, Peltz,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am bk Matilda, Svenson, from Fort
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco Am bk O D Bryant, Jacobsen, from San
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Br 4-masted schr Tacora, Thornton, from
Ger bk H Uackfeld, Hilgerloh, from Liver
pool. Aril ship Eclipse, Peterson, from Nanaimo
Foreign Vessols Expected.
USS Ranger, from San Francisco
U S 8 Adams, from San Francisco
Am 4-masted schr Lyman D Fostor, Dryer,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-masted schr Puritan, Warner, from
Am 4-mstd schr Alico Cooke, Ponhallow,
' from Newcastle, N S W
Haw bk 11 P Rithet, Morrison, from San
Mis bkt Morning Btar from Micronesia,
due May 23
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
S S Mlike Maru from Yokohama, duo
A regular mooting of Oahu Lodge,
No. 1, K. of P., will be hold this
evening at 7:30 p.m. A full atten
tion is requested. Business of im
portance. By order of the C. C.
Tho testimonial to Captain Goo.
C. Wiltso will take placo at tho
Opera House this ovoning. Tho
hall has beon gaily decorated with
bunting and flags of all nationalities.
A coroner's jury ompanolod to en
quire into tho death of R. Stevens,
who was found dead at tho bottom
of the bay, brought in a verdict of
accidental drowning yesterday after
noon. Captain Peterson of tho wrecked
bark Lady Lampson, and wifo, will
leave on the S. S. Australia for San
Francisco. Mrs. Peterson has fully
recovered from tho effects of hor
perilous ocean voyage.
Tho Planters' Monthly for Fob
uary has boon recoivod. Its contents
aro largely selected matter, but
there is a two page editorial that
advocates a distribution of Crown
Lands among native Hawaiians.
An alarm was rung in about 5
o'clock yesterday afternoon for a
firo at Palama. Engine Cos. No. 1
and 2 woro soon on thoir way, but
thoir services woro not needed. The
fire was at tho residence of J. Na
wahi, opposite the Reformatory
School. It oricinatod in tho kitchen
and was put out by members of tho
family without much damago. Tho
axlo of Engine Co. No. 2's hosccart
broke on tho way.
JucIro W. F. Frear, Second of tho
First Circuit Court, this aftornoon
filed his first decision sinco coining
to tho bonch. It was on. tho petition
of G. C. Konyon for a writ of Iiaboas
corpus on behalf of J. G. M. Shol
dou, editor of tho Hawaii Holomua.
Sheldon was nrrostod on a warrant
signed by S. B. Dole, Prosidont of
tho Provisional Government, charg
ing him with contempt toward tho
Executive and Advisory Councils of
tho Provisional Govornmont.
His Honor, in rendering his de
cision, says that Section 32 of tho
Habeas Corpus Act provides that in
cases in which tho writ is not "do
maudablo of right," tho Supromo
Court or any Justice thoroof may at
their discretion issuo tho writ ex
cept in tho caso of persons commit
ted by tho Legislative Assembly in
tho mannor and for tho causes pro
vided by the Constitution. Tho ex
ception to Section 32 relates only to
persons committed. There had as
yet boon no commitment in this
Tho courts havo powor in habeas
corpus proceedings to decide whethor
tho Legislature acted within its
jurisdiction in any caso of arrest or
commitment. Tho Councils havo
powor as a legislative body. "Tho
two Councils sitting together aro a
legislative body." Tho Councils havo
powor, both expressly and by impli
cation, to punish for contempt. The
warrant in this caso was issued by
Prosidont Dole by tho order of the
A statement of tho ofl'enso in gen
eral tonus in tho warrant is sulli
ciout. In ono caso cited it was hold
that ovon tho offonso need not bo
specified, but tho Legislature had
powor to bring an alleged offondor
boloro it without informing linn of
what ho was accused. It would
seem to bo tho practice, tho Court
says, not to inform tho offondor of
tho charges against hi in until ho ap
pears before the assembly.
Tho decision concludes: "It ap
pearing that J. G. M. Sheldon, on
whoso behalf tho potition is . made,
is hold under a valid . warrant of
arrest issued by a compotout author
ity, ho is remanded to tho custody
of tho Marshal."
C. W. Ashford, A. P. i-Peterson,
Chas. Croighton, A. Rosa and J. L.
Kaulukou lor tho petitioner; W. O.
Smith aud F. M. Hatch for tho res
pondent. Mr. Sheldon was takon boforo tho
Councils again by Marshal Ashley,
after tho rendering of this decision.
HULA GIRLS PROTEST.
A Faithful Official Hns to Mako
Room for an Advisory Councillor.
Mr. John O. White, Suporinton
dont of Wntor Works, has boon noti
fied to vacate that office at tho oud
of this month, nnd deliver over all
tho bolongings of tho ofllco to Mr.
Androw Brown, who is to succeed
Mr. White hns fitted his ofilco as
perfectly as any official under tho
Hawaiian Govornmont. Ho hns hold
tho position ho now vacates sinco
tho beginning of Queen Liliuoka
lnni'a roign. Previously ho had boon
Survoy Engineer and Firo Marshal
for tho Honolulu Firo Dopartmont.
Mr. Whito did not have to learn the
A B C's of tho billot, as ninny yonrs
ago ho had been in a similar posi
tion in Scotlnnd. Being a com
potout onginoor and not having a
lazy bono in his body, ho lias given
satisfaction to succossivo Govern
ments and to tho public.
Tho retiring Superintendent serv
ed tho Provisional Govornmont
faithfully, boiug on deck for duty
day and night throughout tho close
watch kept on tho wator supply in
tho ponou oi martial law. ais re
ward is to bo summarily dismissed
without any cnuso assigned. Mr,
Brown, who succoods him, is ono of
tho original mombors of tho Advis
ory Council of tho Provisional Gov
ernment. Ho is n man of intelli
gence above tho averago and a first
class mechanic, and only for the
mannor in which placo is made for
him both himself and tho commun
ity could bo congratulated.
A Folico Officer Narrowly Escapes
Polico Officer D. Kaapa narrowly
oscaped serious injury yestorday af
ternoon, shortly after 5 o'clock. Ho
was on horseback and was coming
along King stroot near Maunakoa
street whon tho engine of Co. No. 2
camo itying round Maunakoa streot
at oroaknock speed. The ongmo
shot across tho road and struck tho
officer's horse before ho had time to
got oit of tho way. Tho horso was
unceremoniously hurled to one side
by tho collision and tho officer
thrown to tho ground. Engiuo Co.
No. 1 was coining along at tho same
time on King streot. Thoir engine
struck tho horse again and threw
him down. Tho officor managed to
roll out of tho way of tho struggling
horso and tho hoavy wheels of tho
engines, and oscaped with a low
bruises about tho body and log. Tho
horso was cut in several places on
tho foro logs and under tho chost.
Tho officer stated that ho had
noticed Engine Co. No. 1 coming
along, but thought they woro out
for drill, ns ho had not heard the hro
alarm. While ho was watching them
No. 2's engine turned into King
streot like lightning, so that it was
impossible for him to escape.
This is not tho first accident
caused by No. 2 and will not bo tho
last one, if tho driver persists in
turning corners at high speed. Pe
destrians also narrowl' escaped be
ing knocked down yesterday.
BOTH THDKPJiONKS 210-
-P. O. BOX 207
111 FORT STREET.
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every Cala. Steamer
ICE HOUSE GOODS A SPECIALTY.
Island Ordors Solicited.
Pacific Hardware Co, L'd
Ou.mm.ixxa' Bloolc, Port Street,
The Hawaiian bark K. I. Kithet is nino
days out to-day from San Francisco for
The barii Coylon which sailed on Wed
nesday for San Francisco carried 14,050
bags sugar, valued at $47,527.2-1.
The Amcricun barkentino S. Q. Wilder,
Capt. Grilllths, loft to-day for San Fran
cisco with tho following cargo of sugar:
2973 bags shipped'by T. H. IJavies A: Co;
1450 bags, F, A. Sclmefur & Co.; K857 bags,
C. Drawer Co.; 3121 bugs, another linn.
Total, 10,701 bags, weight 2. O70.32U lbs. Do
mestic value, $07,851.91.
The fore and aft schooner Hobt Searlos,
Capt. II. l'olt., arrived this morning, 4!)
days from Newcastle, N. S. , and dock
ed ut the Fort street wharf. The Itohert
Rearles loft Newuastluou January 0th with
IWM tons of coal for the Inter-Inland Steam
Navigation Co. The wind was light 10. N.
E. till the N. Vj. trades were experienced
when strong breezes and squally weather
was had to port. The schooner cume by
way of the Murshall Islands, taking n
northerly course. Captain 1'ulU did not
see anything of the missing boat of the
Lady Lampson, nor the tcamor C. K. Ill
shop. Tin) schooner after dUuhurging will
leuvo for Sun Francisco.
A halo old man, Mr. Jus, YVHhoii,
of AHoiih Springs, 111., who is over
(50 yonrs of ago, says: "I linvo in my
time tried n ureal many mediuines,
somo of excellent quality; but never
before did I lind uny that would ho
completely do nil thut isulnimed for
it ns Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
nnd Dinrrhtun Koinodv. It is truly
a wonderful medicine. For snlu by
oil dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Three Members of tho National
Guards Break Liberty.
Captain John Good, of tho Na
tional Guards, addressed a letter to
Marshal Ashloy to-day asking him
to instruct tho polico to apprehend
R. Stouo, C. Wiclinrt and C. Krugor,
mombors of tho guards, who had
broken thoir liborty. Captain of
Polico Mahaulu immediately sot
out at 1:80 o'clock this afternoon
and saw tho threo deserters in the
Royal Saloon. The ollicor told thorn
that tho Marshal wanted to soo
them. Thov went to the Station
quietly and were unceremoniously
ruu in. Tho mon woro more or loss
under tho inOuonco of liquor.
A borgoaut and four gunrds arriv
ed a few minutes later from tho
Barracks, to escort tho deserters
thoro. Thoy resisted being taken
by force and walked by them
selves on the opposite side
of tho bt root. Two of tho mon R.
Stono and Wiolinrt woro concern
ed in a row in the Pantheon Saloon
on Fob. 17. Stono, as will bo ro
momborod, was committed for trial
yestorday for assault with a weapon
on mi ollicor.
Tho men made a break on tho way
to the barracks, but woro all recaptured.
They Want Proper Ladies' Treatment
or They Will Not Travel.
For somo timo past a well-known
professor of instrumental music Has
boon negotiating with four hula
girls, adopts at tho far-famed Ha
waiian dance, to travel abroad giv
ing exhibitions. Tho arrangements
woro that tho girls would bo takon
to tho World's Fair at Chicago aud
take the placo of tho lato Hawaiian
Band at Thurston's Cyclorama.
Everything went along smoothly
until yestorday ovoninK, when ono
of the girls wanted to know how
thoy woro coiner. Thov wanted to iro
first-class cabin on tho steamer, but
tho professor was in doubt aud told
them ho would see about it. Tho
girls demanded an immodiato an
swer, not only as to thoir passage,
but also requiring him to file a bond
with tho Govornmont, to insuro thoir
safe return. This tho professor ob
jected to and finally threatened to
get another quartet of daucers. It
leaked out during tho trouble that
tho profossor intended to sneak
them out of tho country privately
on a sailing vessel, but tho girls
forestalled him and he's in tho soup.
Honolulus Disbanded Only
Three Clubs to Play.
Now that the baseball season is .it
hand itftbohooves all interested in
tho sport to stir tip tho different
clubs to activity. It is understood
that tho Honolulus havo disbanded
and that some of their members
havo joined tho Crescents. Tho re
maining clubs in tho league will bo
tho Hawaii, Crescent aud Kamelia-
Tho Hawaiis began practising yes
terday and will continue up to the
opening of the season in April. The
Crescents woro on tho diamond yes
terday. Tho Hawaii team has boon
matoriall' strengthened by tho addi
tion of several now players from tho
other clubs, as also havo tho Cres
cents who havo captured tho defunct
Honolulu's best men. Tho Kninoha
moha nine will moot this evening,
whon tho quostion will bo consider
ed as to whether n player not a
scholar at Kamohamoha would be
allowed to play in tho team.
Tho Hawaiian Baseball League
will meet in a fow days to decide on
tho opening of tho season, and draft
a schedule of games.
Large Number of Passengers Booked
by the Australia.
Tho following nnmos aro booked
at the ollico of V. G. Irwin & Co. to
loavo by tho S. S. Australia on Wed
U f Hcott, Miss Mitchell, Ciiit Dougher
ty, Mrs Falrchild, K Waltner, lluiirv llotli,
MIhs Alaiiit-on, ('apt Nottage, J 1 Htewarl,
F A Stewart, I)r A.I Sloiiuu, S I.osior, J It
Jennings, Cunt I'otcrson and wifo, W It
ilioiupsuii, .Miss Huso I'.iunuitt, it Z.ieglor
and wife, Cant Kimball. l'C.Nosbv, (a lit
Mulutyro, Miss M Mclutyru, H (Tmmbor
luln and wife. Mrs K S Morgan, Mrs
Staples, F C llloomer and wifo, Mrs A.I
liuwos, J (' .Sullivan and wife, .N Versteeg,
I'upt lieo O Wiltso, I' von llootou, N l,o
bensleln, F Lewis. Mrs Williams, MixsTra
herno, .Airs W C Wilder, (I A Hire, Mrs F
8 I'rattand daughter, F Fischer, I) Ma
son and wife, . I I' Sugg, Mantel-Wilson. F
M WIImiii and wife, K 11 l'niiiroy, Ale.
Mclloau and wife.
The Captain Unlike His Predecessor
Makos an Entry.
An American schooner was sight
ed off port this morning, nnd was
seen to droit anchor outside the
Spar buoy. Port Survoyor bandore
boarded tho bchooner which was
found to bo the sealing schoonor, C.
G. Whito in command of Captain II.
P. Laurontzon.Tho Captain roportod
having left San Francisco on Feb
ruary 1st on a hunting and fishing
cruibo. The C. G. Whito called in
hero for n supply of fresh wator and
during tho forouoou small boats
from tho schoonor woro engaged in
taking out wator in small barrels to
fill tho tanks. Captain Latirontzen
came ashore in the Custom Houso
launch, and, unliko Captain Christ-
imwn of the schooner Matthew
Turnor, entered at tho Custom
lloiisw, Tho schoonor expects to
get away this afternoon for Hnko-
dati'.jlapan, on a sealing expedition.
j Tho schooner C. G. Whito and
tho Matthew Turnor are owned by
the same company. Thoy aro about
the same size, both named after
i shipbuilders. Tho principal owner
, of the fishinglleot is named Laurout-
Prof. F. Lombard, A. B., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
ami in classes; French, Spanish,
ami Latin, Residence, A I alum street,
uoar Y. M. C. A,
In ouo of the lottery cn-os
Mr. C. F. Davis, editor of tho
Bloomlield, Iowa, Farmer, says: 1
can recommend ChamberlaiiiVCough
Remedy to all Kull'oiors with colds
and croup, 1 havo used it in my
family for tho pust two years and
acts) prevents further prosecutions havo louml it tlio Dust l over used
under the former law. Tho point for ho pumoso for which it w ui-
w liu nrmiod to-morrow bv .Messrs. """ " -;' ".".." "" "i
Hartwoll, Ashford aud Peterson,
counsel lit tho pending lottery cubes.
inc in the Circuit Court
well this morning raised tho point
that tho Lottery Act approved .Ian.
11 last (roDuafintr all inconsistent
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers!
Wo want to cull the attention
of our patrons to a novelty which,
from tho favor it has beon re
ceived with, wo believe has come
to stay and become an indispon
sible article of gent's furnishing.
A glance at the cut ahove will
show at once the superiority of
goods -made in this manner over
those heretofore in vogue.
Sokiven's Patent Elastic
Seam Drawers are provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Insertion at the
inner and outer seams, which
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in fit. Tho drawers arc
cut in figure outlines and afford
the wearer all the advantages of
knit goods, while retaining the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
Tho Patent Elastic Seam,
which contains no uunitKii, re
tains its springiness nnd wears
longer than tho other portion of
the garment. It makes the
drawers conform to the position
of the wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
the body assumes.
It will also be found that these
Patent Elastic Seam Dkaweks
are equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow the
greatest freedom and ease of
motion In the position as
sumed in tho cut, not the least
tension is produced on the main
portion 'of the goods, while the
elastic seams allow the transfor
mation of the figure as seen in
the position, which would be im
possible in others without pro
ducing great strain on tho goods
and friction upon the person.
We have now a complete stock
of these goods in all sizes, and
can recommend those made of
the material known as "Jean"
to be tho coolest and best adapt
ed for those porsons who do not
care to wear woolen fahrics.
Thov say that there is "noth
ing new under the sun," but the
follow who said that was all
wrong, lie forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they're always mak
ing something new in that line.
Tho latest yet, wo have just
received samples of, from tho
manufacturers. It consists of
Gauze, Bulbriggan, or Silk Un
der Gurmonts with WOOL skill
fully woven into tho breast and
back to protect tho most vital
parts of tho body from cold or
chill. To tho many people who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of tho irritation some
times felt, theso goods will be a
great boon, as, whilo thoy will
have tho advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, tho lungs and
buck will havo a nice warm cov
ering of wool. From the many
suntiniunts of approval wo havo
hoard regarding theso goods wo
believe thorn to bo a good thing
for our cliiniito, and have plnccd
our ordors for a full stock,
which will he on sale in about
I two months.
i To any person desiring to see
' tho samples whioh wo have wo
will ho pleased to show litem.
Leather Belting & Lace Leather
OF VEKY superior quality.
AN INVOICE OF
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLETE OUlt LINE OF SIZES.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
GtiEkxit INs.il Fullers, X-ia.ria.t Swivels,
Turner's Snips and. Shears,
.A.-W1S and Tools, Qarden TrowelB,
Egg Bitters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brashes, Faints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
From Senior Sanreou
to the Central London Throat and
BEar HosDltal. London. Entr.: "I nrs-
I scribe Cuilnimn'a Menthol Inhaler
to tho extent of hundreds per
From S. 8. mslion. cm-
Icnsro,IlI.i "I am constantly us
ing and proscribing your Menthol
From Dr. w. Gnlcwood.
I Del Rio, Texas : "I am enthusiastic
oyer your Inhaler, and shall recom
mend it to all my friends."
From KnBicrn itxniirtircr
I Registered Pharmacist : "I havo
used your Menthol Inhaler for the
past three' years and found it inval
uable for catarrh and colds."
From c n. Roarers, of
lithe firm of Rogers Iiros, mfrs. of
IBllverware, Mermen, uonn. : "i
rocommend CuBhman h Menthol In
haler to all my friends as ithas done
me so much Rood."
vU3iiumii a iviciiuiui uiiiaici
lis neat, clean, convenient to
Scarry, pleasant to use, costs 50
cents, and lasts one year. A
Itnal will convince you. At
Idruggists or by mail for 50 cents.
H. D. CUBHMAN,
Tbree Rivers, Bltcti.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
Hoxiol-ulvi, "EL. I.
IB. IF EHLBRS Sc GO.
00 FORT STK.H1E1T.
AFTKIt TAKING STOCK AM, KINDS OK
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At linlf tho former irit.
"Vl-vt cSs S:nayr:n.i R-ugs
In atl B.fct'h ijicatly reduced.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
In fact wo i) Her liinnoiiHo Hur'uln In nil Dutmrtitii'iil.".
tS" Dressmaking Under the. Management oi MISS K. CLARK. JE3
ELECTION OF OFFICE11S.
AT TIIH AIUOl'ltNKl) ANNIUI.
mci'tiuK "' tliu Duilv lliilluliii I'uli
UkIiIiiK Co., (I.M), hclil IiImi1ii, tlm ful
lowing ollli'tTH Mum vIitUhI fur tni i-iirrt'tit
II. II. Melntyro l'nI.lint,
R1111I. 1'urkiir VUv-l'roiiUiti,
IMlllul I.OK'UI .). .. ....
. ... .. .riwrutury mill 'JVuviirrr,
It. JC. III111I u.lit.ir.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till; ANNUAL MKHTINO OPT UK'
lliiunlliiii Ittillroiul Co.. (IA1), held
ut thi'ir nllll'c iIiIh ilny, tliu follow lii$ e;en
tlcnii'ii Wiiro I'U'cti'il to Mr during tliu
C. .. Wljtlit
V. C. WIMir.
H. il. Wllilor .
C. .1. I'm I L
V. V. Allen
ll jl.hl.lrtvil lldkfttf.fehh L? hfcltil. t.ftttfl "rffc
1 nil uuuiuin. ijuiinun, oiiiiiii mm WW.)
' Atjont.i for tho liuwuilau lslumln.
tliwiv with Dr. (. Troiun'iiu,
lluiiril of Directors.
Honolulu, Full, , ibid, .tlW-lw
. . .Truimiirur,
B. 0. WU.DKH
.. . Boortary.
Ftili. 1, 1KU. :U.VMw
A'ubwrifoj ir tlui JMly UulMinK 6Q
cent per mouthy '.,;,