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The Daily bulletin. (Honolulu [Hawaii]) 1882-1895, June 20, 1893, Image 3

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'OAHU RAILWAY AND LAP CO,
Time Table
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1893.
TR.A.I3STS
To Ewa Mill.
Lcavo Honolulu.,
Lcavo Pearl Olty.
Arrivo Ewa Mill..
B.
A.M.
.8:45
.0:30
.0:67
B.
r.M.
1:45
2:30
2:57
A.
P.M.
4:35
5:10
5:30
To Honolulu.
B.
r.M.
D.
r.M.
6:10
5:50
0:22
A.
P.M.
5:12
0:10
0:45
0. B.
A.M. A.M.
Leavo Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43
Leavo Pearl City 0:55 11:15 4:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55
A. Saturdays only.
B. Dally.
C. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays exuoptcd.
Tides, Bun and Moon.
BT C. J. LYONS.
LOOAIi AND
NEWS.
Sugar wns 4 whou tho Hilo loft.
Diamond Hond, 8 p. m. Wenthor,
cloarj wind, frosh northeast.
Tho Myrtlo boat club will hold a
Bpocinl mooting to-morrow evening.
Adolph Sprookols is booked to
loavo on tho S. S. Australia to
morrow. Tho P. G. band gavo a concort on
tho Exocutivo building grounds this
morning.
Tho S. S. Miowora will bo duo
horo to-morrow from Vancouvor for
tho Colonies.
Tho Boll telophono linos aro ox
poctod to bo in comploto running
ordor this ovoning.
Tho 'S. S. Miowora mado an aver
age of 1-iJ knots an hour on her trip
from horo to Vancouvor.
MOST FBICrHTFTJI, DISASTER.
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First quarter of tho moun on tho 20th at
41i. lim. p.m.
Tlmo Whlstlo blows at lh. 28m. 34s. p.m. ot
Honolulu time, which is tho same us 12h. 0m.
0s. of Ureonwlch time.
THE' DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, JUNE -20, 1893.
2SA.I5.I3SrE NEWS.
Arrivals.
Tuesday, Jane 20.
Brit bk Sharpshooter, Watts, 05 days from
Newcastle, NSW
Am bkt Hilo, Le Ballister, 9i days from
San Francisco
Departures.
Tuesday, June 20.
Stmr Claudine for Maui and Hawaii at
' p m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Pole for Makaweli at 3 p m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
S S Australia for San Francisco at noon
Stmr Likeliko for Maui and Hawaii
Passengers.
ARRIVALS.
From San Francisco per bkt Hilo, Juno
20-Walter K. Pago, N C Goodwin, O S
Williams, and W H Page.
DEPARTURES.
For Maui and Hawaii per steamer Clau
dine, Juno 20 For Volcano: Count Con
stantino PopolTand wife, Lord Valletort,
Mon W Lascelles, Hov M 0 Sanders.. For
way ports: W It Castle, Mrs Castle and 3
children, Miss McKinley, Miss Mabel
Hitchcock, Miss It Schmidt, Ed Holstcin,
Master Patrick Cockott, J Campbell, J
llenton, J H McKcnssie, J H Wiso, Guy
Goodness, Miss Qainn, Miss Hana, W H
Huyselden, M C Ross and son, Otto W
Hose, Geo Osborne, Miss Wight, Mrs
Eldredgo, Miss Maria Hughes, Itev W Ko
kuowa and 2 boys, A W Cockott, Miss E
Lyman, Miss Kycroft, Miss Austin, Master
Hycroft. G C Akina, Mr Walker, Rev S L
Desha and 2 boys, Mrs G W A Hapai, Miss
Hapai, Miss Richardson, E C Hapai, H C
Hapai, E F Chillingworth, Robert Bond,
Morris Damon, Archio Kaaua, Mr Ehlers,
wife and family, Mr and Mrs Dowling, and
30 deck.
Tho Now South Wales Govern
ment has granted a subsidy of 12,
000 to tho now Canadian-Australian
lino.
Charles L. Carter, tho now Magis
trate, took his soat in tho District
Court this morning for tho first
timo.
Sealed tondors for tho erection of
a schoolhouse at Kilauea, Kauai,
will bo received at tho Education of
fice up to noon to-morrow.
Botwoon four and five hundred
Japanoso, whoso labor contracts
have oxpirod, will return to thoir
nativo land by tho stoamor Miiko
Maru.
Throo Chinese opium fiouds wore
run in last night. A few minutes
after thoir arrest frionds arrived
and gavo bail of 100 oaoh for thoir
release. .
Two Chinamen captured by Cap
tain Klommo pleaded guilty to hav
ing opium in possession in tho Dis
trict Court this morning and were
fined $50 each.
Walter H. Pajro, a passenger by
the barkontino Hilo to-day, brought,
with him sovontoen fine horses from
the Coast. N. C. Goodwin, a horso
trainer, also arrived by the same ves
sel. Among tho many curious things
from tho Orient on tho S. S. China
woro a number of Japanese pug
dogs. They woro sold at $3 and S10
apiece. Thoy woro cunning little
creatures.
The Pacific Mail wharf was crowd
ed with people yesterday afternoon,
to witness the departure of tho
ocean liuor China. Tho P. G. baud
was in attendance and gavo her pas
sengers a musical sonu-oll.
H. Hackfold &-Co.'s groat credit
sale, by Jas. F. Morgan, auctioneer,
will be continued at 10 o'clock
Thursday. Crockery, glassware,
hardware and grocories will then bo
sold, and at noon liquors and boors.
Prof. Dodgo, of Oahu College,
and Miss Minnie Kinnoy will bo
married at St. Andrew's Cathedral
at 6:30 o'clock to-morrow morning.
Tho couple will loave on tho S. S.
Australia to spend their honeymoon
in tho States.
Shipping Notes.
Tho steamer Likolike will leave for
Maui and Hawaii to-morrow. She will
come oir the Marine Kail way either this
evening or to-morrow morning.
The British ship Sharpshooter, Watts
master, arrived this morning 08 days from
Newcastle, N. S. W., with 745 tons of coal
consigned to W. G. Irwin & Co.
The American barbentino Hilo, Ballister
master, which arrived to-day, made a
splendid run down from the Coast, nine
days and 21 hours. Sho experienced flno
weather tho entire passage.
B. Courtney, a stowaway on the
bark Sharpshooter, from Newcastle,
N. S. W., was handed over to tho
harbor pohco this morning, and
later confined in "the Police Station
until taken out of tho country un
der tho Stowaway Act.
Presentation to Miss Dale.
Contra! Union Church choir gave
a reception to Miss Louise F. Dale,
their leader and organist, at the resi
dence of Mrs. E. C. Damon on Satur
day. Occasion was taken to present
Miss Dale with a dozen souvenir
spoons enclosed in a handsome koa
wood case lined with blue plush. A
purso of money was also presented
to cover duty and express charges to
fet tho main gift to tho recipient's
oino in Now England.
Present to Mr. Nordboff.
A handsome gold-headed cano of
liauwila wood is to be prosontod to
Mr. Charles Nordboff by tho Hawai
ian Women's Patriotic League. Tho
gold head is boautifully embossed
and engraved with an appropriate
inscription. It was procured through
Mr. Tlios. Lindsay, jowolor.
m
Dr. M. J. Davis is a promiuont
physician of Lewis, Cass county,
Iowa, and has been actively engaged
in tho practico of medicine at that
placo for tho past thirty-fivo years.
Un tno 20tu oi iuay, wuuu iu tua
Moines on route to Chicago, ho was'
suddonly takou with an attack of
diarrhoea. Having sold Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholora and Diarrcua
Bomedy for tho past sovontoen years,
and kuowiug its reliability, ho pro
ourod a 25 cent bottlo, two doses of
which complotoly curod him. Tho
oxcitomont and cliango of wator and
dlot incident to traveling often pro
duco u diarrhoea. Evory ono bIiouUI
procure a bottlo of this Koinedy lie
lore leaving homo. For sale by all
dealors. Benson, Smith & Co., agents
ior tho Hawaiiau Inlands.
Tho departure of tho S. S. Austra
lia at noon to-morrow will bo a
lively event. Tho P. G. baud will
sorenado outgoing passengers, among
whom will be Mr. Charles NordhoiT,
of the Now York Herald, and his
daughter, Miss Eva Nordboff.
Awan, a Chinaman, arrested on
Juno 10th for soiling spirituous
liquors without a license at Pawaa,
was sontonced to pay a lino of S150
by Magistrate Carter to-day. Coun
sel of defendant noted an appeal.
Noa, a native, on tho same charge
was fined $200. Ho also noted an
appoal.
Tho baud concert to bo given by
tho Hawaiian National Band at tho
Sprookols dinner at tho Hotel to
night, will bo porformod iu tho band
pavilion as usual, and tho public
will be proviaoa lor as lormorly witli
seats on tho verandahs, but tho now
lanai and parlors will bo reserved
for tho dinner.
Moro damage than was at first
supposed was done to tho stoamor
Likeliko from her scraping tho
rocks at Koauao Point. Some of
tho planking on her bottom is being
renewed on tho -Marine Railway.
Tho steamer touched in tho dark
ness at 4 a. m. of Thursday. Tho
Likeliko will sail on hor routo to
morrow ovoning. '
Tho Government Band will not
perform at tho hotel for dopartiug
tourists, as is customary on tuo oyo
of tho departure of tho Australia,
owing to tho Sprockols dinner thoro
to-night, at which tho othor baud
performs; but Prof. Borgor intends
to ontortain with his baud tho Mio
wora's passengers to-morrow ovon
ing at tho Hotel, if the stoamor is in
port during tho ovoning.
A Chinese fireman on the steamer
Likeliko got his hand jammed in tho
machinery ou last trip; receiving a
nasty cut across tho wrist. Eugineor
W. A. McKay bandaged tho arm to
stop tho flow of blood and tho
uumamau, uuciiuni iu uu jui, usiiuiu
on Maui for treatment, was brought
to town, where Dr. McKibbin at
tended properly to his wound.
Took a Tumble.
Ford's Thontro Building Collapses,
Killing and Injuring Scores.
Ford's Thoatro building, Wash
ington, occupied by tho records and
ponsion division of tho Surgoon
Gouoral's offieo, collapsed botwoon
9:30 and 10 o'clock in tho morning
of Juno 9 with diroful results.
Thoro woro nearly 500 clorks em
ployed in tho building, and tho
catastrophe was without warning.
Tho wholo front of tho building
crumbled into shapoless ruins, bury
ing scores of tho helpless pooplo in
tho wreckage
At latost accounts 24 dead bodies
had boon taken out, and of 52
in jit rod who had boon rescued a
fow woro oxnectod to dio. All
tho drugstores iu tho neighbor
hood, as well as many privato
houses, woro oponod to rocoivo tho
sufforing victims. Many who woro
hurt sovoroly without being dis
abled stayed in tho ruins to
rosouo their companions. Gonoral
Schofiold ordered two troops of
cavalry from Fort Moyor, just across
tho rivor, and two companies of in
fantry to tho scono of tho accidont.
Tho commaudant of tho navy yard
was also ordered to render evory as
sistauce in his power.
As far back as 1885 tho buildintr
was officially declared too unsafe to
bo tho depository of tho curiositios
of tho army museum, and a safor
place of stowago was pro.vided for
by Act of Congross. Ouo theory of
tho collapso is that it was caused by
excavations for an electric plant in
tho collar. Against this is tho stato
mont that tho top floor gavo way
lirst, carrying all t no othors with it.
It is anyway regardod as a burning
disgrace to tho Government of tho
United States that it should havo
boon so criminally careless of tho
lives of its employees as to retain
half a thousand of thorn in such a
death trap.
It was in tho samo building when
a theatre that JvWilkes Booth shot
Abraham Lincoln twonty-eight years
ago. Tho coincidence is now ro-
markea tnat tnis second tragedy in
the building should havo happened
tho very day that Edwin Booth, tho
famous actor and brothor of Presi
dent Lincoln's murderer, was buried.
Tho list of killed is as follows:
Goorgo Allen, Goo. W. Arnold, L.
W. Boody, Samuel B. Banes, John
Dossius, G. F. Doggott, Jeremiah
Daloy, James B. Fagan, Joseph B.
Gage, David C. Jordan, M. M. Jarvis,
J. Boyd Jones, F. B. Loftus, F. W.
Haodor, F. B. Miller, Howard S.
Miller, J. H. McFall, E. G. Shull,
William Shrymer, H. S. Wood.F. M.
Williams.
C. H. Miller was roportod killed,
but probably tho uamo is meant for
C. R. Millor, injured but expected to
rocovor. M. T. Mulloby is missing.
Following is tho list of injured:
A T. Amos, probably fatally; E.
F. Calvart, S. J. Dewey, Louis Dusa
py, George W. Davis, H. B. Estor
land. Washington Fry, W.S.Gustiu,
Dr. Jas. H. Howard, C. F. Hatha
way, J. N. Hammer, Goorgo Handy
(colored), J. G. Johns, W. Kruglor,
Clifton Lowe, Wm. M. Loturo, E.
Loger, Frank Motcalf, G. M. Mc
Laughlin, J. P. McConnack, M. Mc
Lachon, R. R. Patrick, C. T. Pruitt,
P. K. Pennington, Charles Robinson,
F. J. Stewart, F. F. Sims. C. D. Shad
bolt, F. P. Smith, R. A. Smith, F. F.
Sams, W. M. Smith, P. U. Somers, J.
H. Thomas, F. W. Test, C. R. Wol
lor, N. T. Worloy, James White, A.
G. Youut, Robort Smith. Of those
only a fow will dio according to tho
surgeon.
Bell Tolophono Wires All Ablazo
from Electric Light Conduction.
Firo startod in tho Boll Tolophono
Co.'s contral Btation, in Honolulu
Halo, adjoining tho Post Office, last
night. It was catisod by tho con
tact of an oloctrio light wire with
tho Boll systom, and dovolopod at
the box through which tho wires aro
bunchod in ontoring tho building.
Tho conductors at this point aro
coppor and aro insulated from each
other with a preparation in which
paraffino outers. It was only a mat
tor of a fow seconds nftor tho spark
took effect whou tho insulating
material on tho whole bunch was
rapidly burning. Tho woodon box
or caso was scorched aud a thick
smoko bearing' heavy odor filled
tho wholo uppor part of tho build
ing. Tho firo brigado answered tho
alarm quickly with two ongiuos and
reels, but did not throw any wator
into tho building, the firo boiug put
out with a Babcock extinguisher.
Wator would havo made a moss of
the law offices of -Mossrs. Ashford &
Ashford and J. A. Magoon down
stairs. A watch was kept by tho
polico and tho firo dopartniont on
the building for tho rest of tho
niizlit.
Henry Crano was tho oporator on
duty at tho timo, being joined by
his brothor Charles five miuutos bo
fore the firo was discovered. The
door to tho room whero tho wires
ontor was opou. At 9:50 o'clock tho
operators Binollod firo aud looking
across tho passage saw clouds of
smoko issuing from tho wires. Thou
thoro was a blaze.
Superintendent Cassidy put on a
full force ot men to-day repairing
tho wires, aud boliovos that boforo
night ho will havo them nearly all
in working ordor.
A Boston Dressmaker
Quickly
Curod of
Stomaoh
8our
All Who Suffor 8lmllnrly, Ro
mombor, HOOD'S CURES
Mrs. F. W. Barker
Boston, Mass.
DEFIED THE OLD KAN.
Eifteen-Yoar Old Girl
Yosterday.
Married
Tills lady Is a well-known and popular
dressmaker. Sho says:
"Thcrolsnomlstako about nood's Snrsnpa
rllla. 1 want to tell how quickly it cured no o!
sour stomach, which had troubled mo for over a
year. I could not oven tako a swallow of water
but what I suffered from tliitrc and neidltr.
When I bogan to tako Hood's Sarsaparilla I
could seo good effects from tlio flrsttliree doses.
I continued until I had taken throo bottles and
Hood's sfc Cures
havo boon entlrelr enwd. I give this state
ment for the benefit of other who aro suffering
similarly." Mns. F. W. Bakhm, 41 Chester
Park, Boston, Mass.
HOOD'8 PlLt-8 r tho beat attcr-dlnner FlUa
uiUtdlcMtlou.ciuohoadACbo. Try a box. 230.
HOUItOX, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
N. S. SACHS
cao Fort Streot, ITonolulu.
Summer Dress Materials
Newest Materials! Latest Designs 1
Cotton Pongee I
Cotton Chaille!
Light and Dark Ground KfTects Pretty Patterns;
SOLID COLORS COTTON CRAPE
In Pink, Cream, Light Blue, Cardinal and lllack; '
PINE FIGURED MUSLINS IN NEW DESIGN8,
SHADED & FIGURED SATEENS
Scotch Ginghams, Brocaded Si Plain Chambrlcs,
Eider-down in Pink, Cream and Ilaby Illuo,
Polka Dot Muslins, Figured Irish Lawns.
X COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF-
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SHIP BUBNED AT SEA.
Itoport of Captain Watts of the Bark
Sharpshooter.
Captain Watts of tho British bark
Sharpshootor, which arrivod at this
port to-day from Nowcastlo, N. S. W,
reports having sighted a burned
derelict on tho passage It was on
Juno 11 iu G:30 N., 1-47:36 V. when
Aniku, an omployoo of Mr. M. It.
Colburn, drayman, was a very mad
father yesterday, when ho was mado
awaro of tho fact that his youuKOst
pot, Walanika, had defied him aud
been secretly married to a young
man from Molokai. Aniku had pre
viously suspectod that his daughter
was deeply in love since sho return
ed from Molokai whoro sho had
boon sponding vacation in company
with her elder sistor, and where sho
mot tho young man. Only last
Saturday ho gavo hor a sound flog
ging. This performance on tho part
of tho fathor may seem strange, but
tho fact is that the girl is only fif-
teou years of age.
Papa Aniku arrived on tho scono
yesterday just iu timo to bo too late,
as Kov. J. Waiamau had completed
yJ,,t ,'" knot. ,Tho couple had
also disappeared ana mo ic.niu.
vowed that he would separate thorn,
as tho girl was not of ago.
Yesterday ovoning ho appeared at
tho Polico Station aud requested
permission to see Marshal Hitch
cock, but the lattor was not thoro.
He again made a persistent search
for his truant dauirhtor. but still
she could not bo found. Tho old
man has sinco located tho couplo,
but has not made any effort to
separate thorn, although ho says
that if thoro is auy law iu this coun
try ho will see that justico is dono
him, viz., his daughter returned to
him.
Aniku has anothor daughter to
whom ho has given his consent to
marry a young man in town.
THE ATHIiETIO WORLD.
HOBSES AND CATTLE FOB SALE.
FORTY HEAD OF EACH
running on tho Lands
of Honokuhua, Matlepai and
Knhana, Maui.
AddIv to
MRS. MARY SILVA,
"55-3t Lahaina.
WAIAKEAKUA NOTICE.
ALL PARTIES DESIRING TO 00 TO
Waiakcakua Falls in Manoa Valley
are hereby requested to ohtnlu a permis
sion from the undersigned, otherwise tliuy
will be prosecuted for trespass if found on
the premises without such ieriiiission.
.TAB. H. BOYD,
at tho Land Ofllcc, Supreme Court liuild
ing. Honolulu, Juno 17, 1891). 755-tf
WHITl-:- C3-OOI3S
:
In Plaids, Otieolts ctxid Strijses.
XA- Come and eo tho White Goods wo are soiling at 7, U and 5 yards for $1. "VS
Dimities, Nainsooks, "Victoria Lawns,
Linen Lawns, India Linens, Etc., Etc.
LATEST 8TYLE
Laces "and Embroideries !
3yc. 3. LEVY
Just Opened a Large Line
OF
Grand Masquerade !
AT THE REQUEST OF SEVERAL
Promlnunt Ladies and Gentlemen
who took part in the ball which was given
last month, another Masquerade will be
given at the Anuorv on SATURDAY
EVENING, June 24tFi. It will bo given
under the direction of the same committee
will bo dono to insure a good timo to tlioso
who attend. The proceeds will he applied
to the Transportation of an Invalid to bis
home and the balance will be given to a
Ladies' Charitable Society. Doors open
nt 8 o'clock.
$- TICKETS l. Tickets can be had
at Hollistor it Co., llenon, Smith A: Co.,
Hobrou, Newman it Co., Hawaiian News
Co. 7G5-td
Baldwin Locomotives.
WHITE GOODS,
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
FIGURED MULL,
SKIRT EMBROIDERY,
Victoria Lawns,
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces iix sill "W"icLtli.s.,
A l-Lv TS.LW VJO OJC DXUVJPO,
ETC..
ETC.,
ETC.
ho obsorvod a smoking wreck com
pletely burned out. Every part of
her woodwork was gone but hor
boom aud bowsprit, which woro in
ono piece aud still attached to tho
hull. Tho bridge and dock house
being of iron woro standing, and tho
iron docks woro intact. Hor hull was
all unimpaired and drifting about.
It was that of an iron ship of 2700
or 2800 tons rogistor. Its topsidos
woro paiutod black, thoro woro paint
ed ports, aud tho bottom was gray
or load color. Thore woro of course
no signs of lifo aboard tho dorolict.
Smoko was coming from tho aftor
hatcli.i Tho Sharpshootor sailed all
round tho wreck at a cable's length,
and Captain Watts took minuto ob
servations of it. Ho found tho last
lottors of hor name still on tho hull.
Thoy woro "ESPELD." Ho took
tho wreck to bo that of a now ship,
aud tho hull was not a bit warped
or twisted. Tho wreck is a danger"
to navigation as it drifts about. The
Shamshootor was 05 days on tho
passago, and brought 715 tons coal
to W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd. Thoro
is little doubt that tho wreck is that
of tho llonrosfold, which was also
sighted in tho samo track by tho
shin Greta, latolv horo from Now
castlo. Tho iron hull would make a
valuable prize to anybody bringing
it into port.
Tho Hornosfold was burnt at sea on
Dei'ombor last and was first roportod
nt San Francisco bv tho British ship
Goodrich, aud was supposed to bo
tho Johu Ena. Sho was afterward
sighted and hor position taken, and
the Sprookols Towboat Co. despatch
ed a tug as far south as Panama iu
search of hor, but tho tug returned
to Sau Francisco aftor a fruitless
search.
Hero is an opporuunty for some
of our island btoainors to make a
rich haul. Tho Hornosfold has twico
boon roportod at this port !y vossols
doming horo from XowcuhUo, and it
should not ho a very dilllcult matter
to find hor,
A Good Evening's Entertainment at
the Armory.
Tho Athlotic ontortainmont at tho
Borotania street Armory on Satur
day ovoning was better patronizod
than tho previous ouo. As a preli
minary J. Noblo aud Frank Vida
woro put in tho ring, to give thoir
iutorprotation of tho manly art. If
their exhibition was characteristic
of tho real art why Griffo aint in it
on points. Evory blow counted.
Jamo3 Sponcor and U. H. Jones
wrostlod Graoco-Roman rules, tho
former winning tho bout easily.
Messrs. Wilkinson and rortor gavo
a ratthuc throo-round exhibition
The Popular German Dry Goods
7 5 IFQTISTREBT" 7 5
Store,
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS
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IB. IF. EIEzCILIEIRS Sc GO.
S3 FORT STK.B3H1T.
The Daily Hulletin it delivered by
wmimfor 60 oenlt per month.
A nativo whilo galloping around
Borotania into Emma street yester
day ovoning on horseback uamo near
mooting with a vory serious accidont.
The animal ho bestrode slipped ou
tho iron grating at tho coruor aud
foil, tho ruler boiug thrown under
neath, Both animal and mail lay
in that position until some men
came aud nulled tho horso up. Be
sides rocolvhiir n fow bruisos and
coiiBldorablo of a shook tho man was
not hurt, llo mounted-mo norso oruorou (usonargou un ui iiiik i ( " "!
after ullttloroHtaudrodo up Eunna tho legatee of bulaiico of fuuiU i amazement rep lie
etroot. bis UaiidH. I mliwj I'm told oil t
Tho petition of tho executor of
the estato of Li.zio Kapoli Kama
kau was hoard in Chambers by
Judge Cooper this morning mid his
accounts allowed. lucooiuur win
ordered discharged on his paying to
with tho glovos, showing that thoy
know how to handle them. Thoy
woro applauded. Jarnos Sponcor and
Willie Wilder in a wrestling sot-to
displayed groat improvement. Spon
cor wou tho fall aftor a vory hard
tusslo in sixteon minutes. Tho ovont
of tho ovoning was to bo a six-round
encounter with tho glovos botwoon
Nanowich, of tho Pacific Coast, and
Norcott, champion of tho U. S. S.
Boston. Norcott was outgeneraled
and aftor ono minuto and six seconds
of close infighting tho match was
awardod to Nanowich.
Tho result of tho ovoning's wrest
ling loaves K. Nakuiua and James
Sponcor to wrestle tho final for tho
modal and tno cnainpionsmp. uwmg
to tho illness of Nakuina, tho timo
for tho mooting has not boon docidou
as yot.
Chamberlain's Cough Bomody
Is famous as a
Cure for sovoro colds.
Famous as a
Preventive of pneumonia.
Famous as a
Preventive and euro for croup.
Famous for tho relief it affords iu
caso of
Whooping cough.
Famous as a safo aud pleasant
Modioiuo for children.
Try it. 50 cent bottloB for sale by
Alldoalors.
Buusoii, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho
Hawaiian Islands.
Tho ofllcors of II. M, S. woro
entertaining their frionds with n
grand lunch, and in altonduneo woro
some typical British tars. A young
lndv wnutiuir some bread, looked lie
hind tho chair at ono of .ho follows
in waiting, and asked him to bring
what hIio wanted. But ho drew him
self up stiff and stern, and to her
. 'uau i uo ii,
fur tators,'
The undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
roil THE CELKDRATED
Baldwin Locomotives
FUOM THE WOltKB OF
Burham, "Williams & Co.,
Philadelphia, Ponn.,
Aro now prepared to give Estimates and
reeeive Urdera for these KuginoH,
oi any iiUe and stylo.
The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AKB NOW MANUFACTURING A
STYLE OF LOCOMOTIVE
I'AUTICULAULY
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of whieh havo recently been
received at these Islands, and we will have
pleasure in furnishing plantation agents
und managers with particulars of same.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rug's
IN GREAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLORED Just suitable for this climate.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIG-UBED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE "WIDTH
FOO CHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
Sillcn-lino o,ncl Villa. IDra.peiy,
.Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
EST" Dressmaking TJndor the Management of HISS K. CLARK. JS
Royal Insurance Company
OF LIVERPOOL.
"The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
in the World."
: : $42,432,174.00
7fil-3m
Fire risks on all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Risks by
j. s. -wa.:l:kie:r.,
Acting Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
The Superiority of tbeso Locomotives
over all other makes Is known not only
hero but Is acknowledged throughout tho
United Status.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Solo Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
OOBA.3STIO
Steamship Co
For SAN FRANCISCO.
flMlB
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Hawaiian Newspapers
'AHB TIIK-
Loadlng Journals In tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has the largest Circulation ou tho HlaiuU
l
THE Al STEAMBHI1'
AUSTRALIA
WILL LEAVE HONOLULU
TO
fii&LET.
n
and
s iiie tuna .Miiuium ior
Advertising.
fsy-nmiT.: "ltreulg llluik," corner
Nuiuiim n i id Qiii-i'ii street (upstulrs).
BHMf
FOR TUB AHOVK TOUT ON
Wednesday, June 21st,
A.T NOON.
The undersigned are now prepared to
Issue Through Tickets from this city to ull
points In the United StutUb.
For further particulars regarding Freight
or l'assugu apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
7,'il.Mit (loueriil Agents.
3 Furnished Kooms with or without
board; good location.
1 Furnished House ut 1'alamn near Re
furiuatory School 122 per Month.
1 Cottage on liorctanla Street SU5 per
Month. '
1 Cottage ou lleretania Street, opposite
loo Works.
3 Stores on Nuiianu Street, near Boro
tania Street.
FOR
SALE.
11 liuildlug Lots ami 3 Fish Ponds on
the road to Walkikl.
House und Iot on lleretania street near
1'eiiMicolu. Lot i."O0 feet fro&Ugu and
HO feet deep.
Also, u Vuluablo Block of Brick Build
ings in the heart of the City.
1 Upright Piano For Bale.
O
All kinds of Oummrrcittl Prlntittu
promptly wauled il low rule$ ut the
Hulletin Ojjlce,
V. M. WAKEFIELD,
AirmtttKY and Oouoski.uik at Law,
TwmiKirury (ijlico with Mr. O, W. Ashford,
TMoruhjutitkU) Honolulu, JUL
7W-tf
E. UOAltOMAN,
Agent.
DR.- GKEO. H. HUDDY,
.,:, DE23SJTIST ....
Orrivet Ilorutunla street near Kiuma.
OmiKliuuKrit Da. m. to 6
TiUni
V
Daily Hulletin, 60 cenl$ a umi&, , &
dtUvirtd frt4, a"
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