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FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1. 1803.
To Ewa Mill.
Leave Pearl City.
Arrive Ewa Mill..
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LeaVo Ewa Mill Oi'Jl 10:43 3:13
Lcavo Pearl Olty 0:55 11:15 4:15
Arrivo Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55
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Os. of Greenwich time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, JULY 10, 1893.
FUSS China, Seabury, 5 duys 14 Uonrs
from San Francisco
Tern Glendale, Johnson, front Eureka, Cal
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Btrur Likelike from Maui
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Monday, July 10.
P M S S China, Seabury, for Yokohama
Strut Mokolii for Molokai.
Stmr C R Bishop for Kauai
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Hawaii for Hamakua at 4 p m
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai at 4 p m
Br bk Sharpshooter for Eureka
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Clandine for Maui and Hawaii at
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Likelike for Maui
Stmr Pele for Makawcli at 3 p m
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Likelike 245
corn, 25 bbls poi
Stmr Mikahala 2708
rice, 50 bags pia, 12 bi
bags potatoes, 83 bags
i, 4 horses, 132 hogs, 85
bags sugar, 90 bags
ills hides, 45 pkgs
'rom Kauai per stmr Mikahala, July 0-
From Kabul ui for San Francisco per
bgtne J D Spreekels, July 5 Mrs J Soron-
spn anu a cuuuren.
Dr H W Howard. W E Rowell. Mrs L H
Stolz, Mrs Andrews ana 'J. cuuuren, .miss
Emma Blake, Miss Bechert, C JI Cooke,
Mr Hata and 30 .deck.
From San Francisco per S S China, July
9 Mrs Admiral J S Skerrett, Miss Sker
rett, Miss Edith Skerrett, C Sneyd-Kyn-nersley,
E Reiss, Lieut W V Bronaugh,
Mrs O F Norton and about 30 in transit,
besides 130 Chinese in the steerage.
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr Like
like. July 9 Claus Spreekels, G P Wilder
and wife, Miss B Cornwell, Miss K C Vida,
Mr Kaufman, Mr Zumwalt, C AV Macfar
lane, Mrs Cooper and daughter, E H
Bailey, Mr Bell, L von Tompsky, S Parker,
Miss Eva Parker, Miss Helen Parker, Dr
Foote, W Marshall, H J Campbell, Sifter
Ludovica, H Laws, A Hocking, Mrs T Bur
leim, Jno Richardson, Rev O P Emerson,
Miss Bailey, Mrs Crozier, D Kawanaiiakoa,
V V Ashford, Y Young, Mrs Kahananul
and 29 deck.
For the Orient per S S China,
PO Goldsworth, Daiko Goucdz, L
li. um.j uuuuiii., u jvui'ui-
Reiser, Cart F D Walker, W Hiiser, 112
(jninese, oi Japanese ana 174 passengers in
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mr. C. Suoyd-Kynnorsloy arrived
by tho China.
Lam Snn has a nutico to tho pub
Admiral Skorrott's wifo and two
daughtors arrived on tho China.
Tho S. S. China resumed hor voy
ago to tho Orient at noon to-day.
Col. Claus Sprockols returned from
Maui yesterday on tho steamer Liko
liko. Captain P. D. Walker loft on tho
S. S. China to-day on a businos3 trip
to tho Orient. t
Special bargains for this week only
aro ollorud by N. S. Suuhs in lndiW
Tho Oahu Railway & Land Co.
have a notieo in litis issue to con
signors of freight.
Throo opium smokers and four
gamblers, all Chinntnun, were roped
in by tho polieo yostonlay.
Tho S. S. China took 112 Chinese
and 51 Japanese from this port for
Yokohama and Hongkong.
Detective J, R. Marinout, tho "man
of intelligence," returned from Kala
lau on tho steamer Iwalani yostor
day. A young nativo girl about eight
years of ago was brought over from
Waimanalo this noon .suspected of
It lias been decided by tho Canadian-Australian
S. S. Co. to make Ta
conia, instead of Vancouver, tho
The S. P. Chronicle says tho
Spreckols tug Fearless will again bo
sent out on a search for tho hull of
tho burnt ship Hornesfold.
Tho annual mooting of stock
holders of tho Hawaiian Baseball
Association will bo hold on Wednes
day, 12th hist., at i o'clock p. m.
Kia, a native, was found guilty of
havini' oho fa tickots in his posses
sion in tho District Court this morn
ing and sentenced to pa' a fino of
Four ?2 fines for drunkenness wore
recorded in tho District Court this
morning. Two Chiuoso gamesters
pleaded guilty and were iiued S10
Tho S. S. Australia was to leave
Sau Francisco on Thursday, July
(5th, for Honolulu, and may there
fore bo oxpoctod a day later than
Two Chinese peddlers attacked a
Portuguese on tho Pacific Mail dock
at noon to-day over a trivial cause,
and were knocked out by tho sturdy
sou of tho Pedros.
San Francisco papors note with
pleasure tho arrival of the two Java
nese spotted deor presented by Mr.
C. R. Bishop of Honolulu to the
Golden Gate park.
A demonstration of practical mo
doling will bo given by Mr. Allen
Hutchinson, tliii evening at tho Scot
tish Thistle Club's hall on Merchant
street, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Tho Weekly Bulletin- is out this
morning, it contains lull reports oi
the celebration of 1th July at Hono
lulu, Hilo, Koliala and Maui. De
tails of tho Kalalau expedition, two
new poems by Ralph Turner, inte
resting correspondence, etc. Got a
An officer on tho S. S. China stated
to sovoral that tho da' tho steamer
loft Sau Francisco the chief topic
all over tho city was tho restoration
of tho Queon of Hawaii. It was
fully expected by people on tho
Coast that tho monarchy would bo
Tho bankrupt goods to bo sold at
auction on Wecuiesuuy aro now on
viow at tho Arlington, Hotel street,
downstairs. Tho assortment em
braces a largo and varied selection
of fino goods which must bo sold at
any price. Call earl' and seo tho
In an interview with tho S. F. Call
Charles T. Wilder is reported to
havo said that between 1200 and
1500 natives havo signed tho annexa
tion rolls. Ho is also reported to
havo made tho statement that forty
eight ton-yoar-old American school
boys could make better laws than
any similar number of Hawaiiaus.
TASTE OF HEAL WAR.
Throo Soldiors Killod in tho Kalalau
Early Sunday morning whon Ho
nolulu was unusually alivo ovor tho
arrival of tho stoamor China off port,
news from tho military oxpodition
to Kalalau of a startling naturo sped
through tho community liko light
ning. Tho main fact was that tnroo
soldiors wore shot dond two by Koo
lau, tno outlaw lopor, and ono sup
posedly by accident. This intelli
gence canio by tho stoamor Mika
hala from Nawiliwili, Kauai. Whon
tho stoamor Iwalaui from tho Wai
moa routo was signaled off port a
fow hours later tho general excite
ment was intensified, it was ox
poctod that tho second steamer
would bring furthor details, henco
whon sho docked at tho Custom
House wharf sho was mot by a largo
Boforo tho stoamor touched tho
wharf sho was noticed to havo on
board Mr. W. Luthor Wilcox, Gov
ernment interpreter, Captain Ka
mana of tho police, a soldier in uni
form and Mr. Macv of Hawaii, who
ono of tho passougors on tho
tho top of his Load was noarly shot
Some of tho men wanted to mako
another attompt at Btorming Koo
lau's breastwork of rocks next day.
Thoy aro fierce ovor the loss of thoir
comrados. Captain Larson is re
ported to havo wanted to abandon
tho siego, but tho men said if ho loft
EHLERB' STORE ENTERED.
Successful Exploit of o. Burglar
Fort Stroot Saturday Night.
Tho store of B. F. Ehlors & Co.
on Fort street was burglarized soino
timo Saturday night. Tho mode of
su by tho burclar
thoy would dosort his command and was similar to tho ono at F. A
stay by for Koolau's body ou thoir' Schaofor & Co
Tho guard that foil down tho cliff
roturuod by tho Iwalani, looking
quite dejected and misorablo.
Four lopors, including a woman,
who gavo thomsolvos up to spocial
oilicors, also n non-lopor wanted as a
witness in tho Stolz murdor caso,
woro brought to town by tho Iwa
lani. Mr. Wilcox sent a nativo man up
boforo tho shooting to arrange for a
The S. S. Australia was to leave Kan
Francisco July 0th and the S. ti. Marlposu
on July 20 for Honolulu.
The tern Glendale, 281 tons, Johnson,
master, arrived yesterday from Eureka,
Cal., with the following cargo of lumber
consigned to Lowers Cooke: 123,513 ft.
UW dressod, lB7,935ft. BW, 400 M shingles
and 12 packages merchandise.
HOUGH In Honolulu, July 10, to the
wife of L. H. Hough, a son.
Tho P. G. band, under tho direc
tion of Prof. Borgor, will give a
public concert at Emma Square
this evening at 7:30 o'clock. The
following program will bo rendered:
March Gilmore's Triumph Brooks
Overture Poet and Peasant Kuiipu
Cornet Solo The Palace Bugler
Selection Maritana. .
Medley Popular Airs
Euphonium Solo Long, Long
Waltz On the Beautiful Blue Danube.
Galop Hit and Miss llervu
For a cut. bruise, burn or scald,
there is nothing equal to Chamber
lain's Pain Balm, it heals tho parts
more quickly than any other appli
cation, and unless tho injury is very
severe, no sour is loft. For sale by
All doulorri. BoiiHou, Smith k Co,,
agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands,
A Youthful Critic- Young litis.
ton "Say, mamma, is that tho can
vans Turner wiped his brushed out"
D. Nawai Xamaielua shot his wifo
Haili on Saturday night uoar Kau
makapili Church' through jealousy.
Tho bullet entered tho woman's
lower lip, coming out on tho cheek
and lodging in the loft shoulder.
She was taken to tho Queen's Hos
pital. Haiti's companion, loela. a
liackman, was also shot at, but not
hurt. Ioola cut three deep wounds
in the husband's head as retaliation,
Nawai is under S1000 bond. His
trial will come up on tho 17th iust.
Is tho price of health. But with all
our precaution tlioro aro enemies al
ways lurking about our systems, only
waiting a favorable opportunity to
assort themselves, Impurities in tho
blood may bo hidden for years or
oven for generations and suddenly
break forth, undermining health mid
hastening death. For all diseases
arising from impure blood Hood's
Sarsaparilla is tho unequalled and
unapproaohod remedy, it is King
of them all, for it conquers disease.
A Good Gumo.
The Crescents scored their second
victory this season by defeating the
llawaii on Saturday afternoon by a
score of (! to r, There was a small
crowd pie.iuut, as it was thought tho
Hawaiis would havo a walkover, but
it turned out otherwise. Tho game
from beginning to end was iiitoio.il
ing, nndnpplnunoat intervals greeted
the players' oll'orts. Hoth shins dis
tinguished themselves by goneially
JlleltH -"I should think Iho now
ho'ii's would make a woman look de
formed," .Mrs, lliuks -"Wliyl" Hicks
"Tliirf uaDiii- Mivt, llutv are now
I worn on the oast sido,"
Wainlealo whon that stoamor
brought down tho body of Deputy
Sheriff Stolz, tho first victim of Koo
lau, tho fugitive lopor. It was with
groat difficulty that tho crowd was
kept off tho steamer whon sho touch
ed, but guards woro quickly placed
and fow oxcopt officials and report
ers got on board.
From letters by tho mail and in
terview's with those who canio by
tho Iwalani tho following particu
lars of tho progress of tho expedi
tion and its disasters aro obtained.
After a good deal of scouting had
boon done and reports more or less
credible had been received at Camp
Dolo in Kalalau valley, Major J. W.
Pratt was sent with a detail of fif
toon soldiors on tho 1th of July to
scour the head of tho valley .in quest
of Koolau and his family. Thoy loft
camp at 8 o'clock in tho morning,
and after eettinc some distance
divided into two search parties. Ono
party consisted of Millor, Evanston,
Gunther, Bluhm, Thoono aud John
son. This party struck a trail mark
ed by droppings of poi, which being
followed led to a camp that, seem
ingly, had been deserted in hasto.
From tho marks loft it appeared tho
camp had been ocnupiod by eight or
nine persons. Fooil supplies and a
coat with two cartridges in a pocket
woro among tho remains loft by tho
Major Pratt aud tho part of tho
band with him woro notified of tho
discovery and repaired to tho spot.
Tho Major surmised that Koolau
ana his party had retreated larthor
up tho mountain. Under his direc
tion tho baud proceeded to look for
the upward trail. Thoy found and
followed it until it took thorn to a
height of 500 foot, where it came to
a precipitous cliff. Andorsou and
Evanston responded to Major Pratt's
call for volunteers to follow tho trail
out. Thoy wero followed by Millor
aud another soldier.
Anderson reached tho top of tho
cliff and shouted, "Boys, I havo got
tho trail." His words woro instantly
followed by two shots. Anderson
foil dead. Those next him tumbled
in retreat for covor on top of those
bolow them. Johnson foil from the
faco of tho cliff and rolled down tho
ridgo a great height, losing his gun
and cap and receiving sovoro bruises.
Ho was able, however, to rejoin his
comrades ou the way back to camp.
Thoy slopped at tho dosortod camp
of tho fugitives, and Pratt sent Cor
poral MoAulton back to head
quarters for reinforcements.
Wednesday, July 5, Mr. C. B.
Roynolds, officer of tho Board of
Health, andX'apt. Larson, with somo
natives wont out to recover Andor
son's.body. Thoy found it after a
good deal of beating about, a short
distance from Koolau's rofutfo of
rocks. The only clothing on tho
body was tho trousers, and tho find
ing of his shirt near tho spot where
ho fell indicated ho had torn it off
whon hodiscovorod his death wound.
He had tried to stanch tho flow of
blood with ferns, which woro found
adhering to the wound. His cart
ridge bolt and bayonet woro found
fifty foot from where tho body lay.
Larson then placed his men in
position to tiro volleys at tho place
whoro Koolau was supposed to bo
hiding. Sixty rounds or so woro
fired. Larson left tho detachment
in charge of Roynolds, with orders
to got as near Koolau's don as possi
ble, and then he loft for tho camp
with tho men bearing Anderson's
Tho party advanced in skirmishing
order, taking position within thirty
years of Koolau's stronghold. Ro
nolds, Corporal Wells and a privato
had just started to got nearer the
place, whon two shots wont off
simultaneously. Privato John Mc
Cabo dropped dead, and Privato
Husberg fell back to tho rear, sank
to tho ground and died instantly.
Tho bodies woro recovered and Dr.
Cooper ou examining thorn in camp
gavo tho opinion that Jlusborg was
shot by his own riilo discharged ac
cidentally. There woro powder
marks ou his neck whoro tho bullet
entered, ami it is thought his riilo
was discharged by tho trigger catch
ing a bush.
Tho bodies of tho throo slain men
wero buried at Kalalau. Coflius aro
being sent by tho iwalaui this after
noon for their removal to Honolulu
On Thursday tho field pioco was
carried to a position on a ridgo
across the gorge from Koolau's cave,
anil all the shells on hand, about 20,
wero fired in that direction. Since
t huu Koolau has made no sign of his
presence, although the position
i gained by the soldiers is still hold.
It is tho opinion of souio who havo
I come from tho scene that ho has boon
hit by the shrapnel.
John .1. II, McCnbo, ono of the
i victims, is a veteran of the Union
I aiiuy. lie enlisted three times from
lSlil to 1 8115, receiving at tho end of
! each term an honorable discharge.
His ago was 18 years. Ho watfoncti
an oiler ou Iho steaiuur Iwalaui, ami
I U said to leave a native widow in
Honolulu, He must have come wit h-
1 in very oloo rungo of Koolau, for
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parley with Koolau, out ivooiau saiu
lie would talk to nobody. It was all
right for Wilcox to mako promises,
said tho lopor, but thoy would do
him no good onco ho was landed in
Honolulu. If ho was pressed hard
ho would shoot his wifo and child
and then himself. From that timo
ho would not spoak ovon lo a nativo.
This aftoruoon tho stoamor Iwa
lani will leavo for Kalalau with
Corporal King and tho following ton
volunteers of tho National Guard to
roinforco tho oxpodition: Higuott,
Schusslor, Naylor, Cavauagh, Thomp
son, Bohlck, Sommol, Laudon, Ferry
and McCubbiu. Tho party will go
in general charge of Hon. W. O.
Smith, Attoruoy-Gouoral and Presi
dent of tho Board of Health. A
supply of provisions and ammuni
tion, including shells for tho how
itzor, will bo sent by tho same
Tho Government is flying its flags
at half-mast in honor of the memory
of tho throo soldiors killed while in
tho discharge of duty.
i.'s storo recently. Tho
roof of Messrs. Ehlors' store is cov
ored with slates. Somo of thoso
woro romovod and a squaro hole was
cut sufficiently largo to lot tho body
of a man through. After lotting
himsolf down to tho coiling tho
burglar cut anothor squaro holo,
and with tho aid of a ropo ho slid
down to tho ground floor. Ho then
commenced foraging around, scat
tering goods in all directions. Tho
drawers woro searched but no money
was found. A quantity of silk hand
korchiofs, stockings, lnces, gloves
and other small articles, tho amount
of which is not exactly known, woro
Shoo footprints woro visiblo on
the floor leading to the rear window,
through which tho burglar escaped.
Ho loft the ropo dangling from tho
coiling. Tho marks of tho shoes
lod out in tho rear of Henry Davis
& Co.'s storo into King stroot.
Captain Juen exaininod tho prom
ises Sunday morning, but has not
yot gained" a cluo.
Lady " Thoso souvenir spoons
look liko forks." Dealer "Of course,
ma'am; you wouldn't havo souvenir
spoons look like spoons, would you?"
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
5QO ort Street, Honolulu.
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR
BIG CUT IN PRICES !
VIOLENT FEMALE LUNATIC.
Strength, of Many
Kapoka, an insane nativo woman,
was brought to tho Police Station
on Saturday afternoon for safe-keeping.
Tho woman behaved so badly
during the uight that Dr. Mc Wayne
was sont for Sunday morning. Ou
arrival tho doctor ventured alone
into Coll No. 5 whoro Kapoka was
and asked hor in nativo to show hor
tongue. For answer sho spat aud
rushed at tho doctor, upsetting him
on tho floor. Boing a well built wo
man sho overpowered the doctor and
whon Tumkoy Osmor entered tho
coll ho found tho doctor struggling
in tho woman's arms. Kapoka was
pulled off, and as a parting sho kick
ed the doctor on the side. Sho was
ordorod to bo takon to tho Insano
Asylum. It took six men to hold
her boforo tho strap could bo put on
hor hands. On tho way sho broke
looso aud it was with much hard work
that sho was again ovorpowored.
Tho effort of tho Hawaiian Drama
tic Co. to livon up the monotony of
tho town was poorly appreciated on
Saturday evoning, thoro boing only
a half house attendance. Tho at
traction was tho presentation of two
historical vuays entitled, "Iho Days
of Kamehamoha I.," and "Kanipahu
tho Royal Hunchback." The com
pany had boon rehearsing the plays
for tho two mouths, and thoir acting
on tho occasion was highly credit
able. Tho parts wore well sustained
aud each individual player deserves
praiso, considering that thoy aro all
Hawaiiaus. Printed programs giving
a synopsis of tho play wero distri
buted and tho spectator easily traced
tho events as they transpired. It
was really a pleasant entortaiumont
and deserved a much larger houso.
Moneylenders in China.
Tho Chiuoso are a very shrewd
and practical race of pooplo; and,,
within limits, wo might do worse
than follow thoir example in somo
things. Here, for instauco, is an ap
peal and warning recently issued in
Chinese in a Canton journal: "In
the name of thoir own wolfaro and
in order that thoy may not briug
down upon thomsolves the wrath of
Heaven, usurers aro entroatod to do
maud only low interest from tho uu-
liappy persons wiio havo to rosort to
thorn. One percent, per month, is a
reasonable interest, and monoy
lendors aro advised not to go boyond
it." What say our monoy-londors to
tho foregoing humane doctrine?
"My little boy was vory bad off
for two months with diarrhoea. Wo
used various medicines, also called
in two doctors, but nothing done
him any good until wo used Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarr
hea Remedy, which gavo immediate
relief aud soon cured him. 1 con
sider it tho best medicine made and
conscientiously recommoud it to all
who need a diarrlura or colic modi
ciuo. J. E. Hare, 'fronton, Tox, 25
and 50 cents bottles for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
A Warning "Oh, I'm so sorry,
Mr. Dillingham, your lady love has
thrown you ovor. What was tho
trouble?'1' "Why, you see, I llattored
hor so much sho got too proud to
spoak to mo!"
Night Dresses, our $1 quality for 8:3c.
Night Dresses, our $1.25 quality for 1.
Night Dr.'sses, our $2 quality for $1 .GO.
White Skirts, 1 ruffle for 40c.
White Skirts, 3 ruffles for G5c.
"White Skirts, flounce with lace edge for SOc.
Chemises, extra quality for 40c.
Chemises, torchon lace and emhroidery for 60c.
Chemises, emhroidery trimmed, extra quality
These Prices are Positively for THIS WEEK ONLY 3
3w. S- L3B3
Just Opened a Large Line
Kfrs. A. A. Williama
For the Good of Others
Itcv. JU. WllllantM neartlly En
dorses IIood'B Sarsaparilla.
We are pleased to present 'this from
Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Sillsbee
street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass. :
M I sou no reason why n clergyman, more- than
a layman, nho knows wheroof ha speaks,
should hosltato to approve an
Article of Merit
and worth, from which ho or his family haTO
been signally beneQtcd, mid whoso commenda
tion mny servo to extend thoso benefits to
others by Increasing their confidence My wile
has lor many yoars uoen a sufferer irom severe
for which sho found llttlo help. Sho has tried
many things that promised well but per
formed little. Last fall a friend gavoherabot
tlo of Hood's Sarsaparilla. It aeoms surpris
ing what simply ono bottle could and did do
for her. Tho attacks of hcartacho decroased In
number and were less violent In Uielr Inten
sity, whllo her general health lias been Im
proved. Iter nppotlto has also been bettor.
1'rom our oxperlence with
I havo no hesitation In endorsing In merit."
A. A. Williams.
HOOD'8 PILL8 are the belt family ctthutlt,
jentle imd offecUre. Try box. Price Mo
HOllUOX, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents, for Huwniluu Islands.
GINGHAMS, Latest Pattern ;
HOSIERY, LADIES' SHOES,
Laces iix all "V7"icitlis7
ALL KINDS OF BELTS,
DR. J. UCHIDA,
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 5 KUKUI LANE.
Bell Telephone 535
The Popular German Dry Goods Store.
7 5 FC3RT street 7 5
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS
IB. IF EHLBRS & GO.
JL begs to inform his
old patroiiH unl friends
In tho Hawaiian lslainlw.
that lie Iuih arrived from
Ban Kraiiuixco with a dozen Kino Family
Oarriugo Horses (guaranteed sound ana
gentle), which can lu seen at J. N.
Wright's, Llttlo Britain.
7Us-lw . W. H. PAGE.
88 FORT STK.B3B3T.
Chenile Portieres & Smyrna Rugs
IN GHEAT VARIETY
INDIA DIMITY IN WHITE and COLORED JiibtsuUnl.lo for this elituatu.
KNOTTED SWISS A very pretty lino; entirely new.
FIG-URED IRISH LAWNS IN DOUBLE WIDTH
KOO CHOO PONGEE-GREAT NOVELTIES
Sillc&Uxi and 'Villa. Drapery,
Sateen Gloria and Cashmere Sublime, Etc., Etc.
tST Dressmaking Under the Management of HISS K. CLARK. J3
Royal Insurance Company
rriHE ANNUAL MEETING OF
JL Stockholders of the Wakiiiinu .
LAM ON AND LAM CHUN OHIN, MY
Minn, liavu authority to act for me
during 111 v alienee from this Kingdom
cm.TUKAi. iV (liiA.i.Mi Co. will bo held at
the Ollleo of Mi .rs. W. U. Irwin A: Co.
on WEDNESDAY, tho atth Init., at 10
o'clock a. it. O. 1. IAUKEA,
Secretary W. A. .t G. Co.
Honolulu, July !, Inm. 7(i!) 1WM '.'t
AT A MEETING OK THE DIRECTORS
of tho Mutual Telephone Co. held
this date, a dividend of Four (4) Percent
ou the Capital Stock was declared, payable
immediately at the ollicu of
C. O. HERGER,
Honolulu, July 3, 18UJ. 77-lw
DOG STHAYED OB, STOLEN
Honolulu, July It), loin.
TIMtOM AND AFTLIt THIS DATE, NO
JL1 Freight will he received by tliu Oiihu
Kullnay Vv Laud Co. for slilimunt unless
'""'"'OAIIU RAILWAY ,t LAND CO.
II, F. Dii.i.iM-iltM. Heiieral Mauagur.
Honolulu, July lu, IMJ. 77.'Mw
FROM MAKIKI. LAST
Saturday, a White and
llrown Retriever Pup, seven
months' old, long and thick
hair, tip of tail has been out.
GONSALVES it CO.'S STORE,
7IW-:tt Queen street.
$25 REWARD 1
(&OK REWARD WILL HE PAID FOR
rTZiO Information that will lead to the
conviction of the person or pcrt-ousuho
have broken the windows aud doors of tho
O. R. A: L. Co.'s Station at Moaualua.
OAHU RAILWAY ,t LAND CO.
II. F. Dim.ikuimm, General Manager.
$100 REWARD !
TWILL PAY THE AI10VE SUM FOR
X Infoi niatlun that will nroenre theenii-
vieiiou oi inu i
Assets January 1, 1892,
in the World."
: : $42,432,174.00
Fire risks on all kinds of Insurance Property taken at Current Risks by
J. S. W-LKIEilR.,
Acting Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
By ALLEN HUTCHINSON
Will he given under the auspices of the
Scottish Tiusri.i; Cl.i'ii at the Hall,
Monday, July 10, at 7:30 P, M,
Lindsay, Fort stree
hud at Thomas
E. B. THOMAS,
Priestman Oil Engine
r Horso Power. Runs with Ordinary
Kerosenu Oil without Holler or Fur
nace. Cost to run very small
as compared witli steam.
iitTMin or Demons who M-t I IT'KTIMATES GIVEN
lire to my lioin-uat into, Hawaii, on Tliur- ' XU ol
day, J iihu '.'.', IKM.
J. A. YICTOlt.
J. nl the Ktocl.lioldiTs of
the Hau tiiA.N
Hskiimi AM'iii.ui'iN will ho lield M.H
NESHAV, July li'lli, at I o'clock v. xiul
tin, in il. Uuiimlic Dions.
" , it ....... ....
773-il V Hecrotary
ON JULY fini A DENTAL FRATHU
nlty Gold Pin, slur shape; owncra
liumu m hai'r.. I'ii Delias ami ono rilgnia
ou face set with ltuhius and TiiHiuoLc.
llriug to Dr. It, I, Moore, Arlington lloiuc,
uiid rouulvo reward, 77Mw
ON ALL KINDS
Jlrll'k. Iron. Stone and Wiio.lmi
llllihlillL'K. All kinds of Jlllllilmr In tin.
building trade mtniuU'il to. Keens for sale;
Hrlck, Lime, Ouuieiit, Iron Ktoiiu PIihiiiiiiI
Fitting:., Old and New Corrugated Iron,
Million 'Hies, Ouarrv Tiles, assorted sires
and colors', California and Monterey Hand,
Granite Ciirhlug and Blocks, etc., etc,
fVOlllrunml Yard: Corner King and
rimltli slretts. (Illlcu Hours) n to VI a.m., ,
Itoll-.M, Telephones! Hull Ml; Mutual
117. lteslik'iici; Mutual HO. P. O. Hox
Can lie seen in motion nt mv U'nr...
Iiousu, Queen street.
7llVlm ItOHT. CATTON.
Ripe Grapos 8 Pounds for $1.
KM- Apply HOHT. LISHMAN.
Hell Telephone No. 317. TUMw
:d:r,. 3n. goto,
Physioian : and ; Surgeon
Boll Toiopliono iaa,
Can ho i'oits.nltoil ut III rusIdeiMO at Ketino-
iiiu, on uio iiiaiiKa sldu of Kliitf Street, ami
huntlilu uf l.llluu Street, iioiuo lormurly
uwuplM by Mr. il. K IHslui. IWW
''l.- IL.I.. I). .II...'. I.IJ i .
P O, llox I -MMiy jJHiiciwi i urmrrvii oy
' 1t-vi I tan" or 60 otnU yr month,