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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, APRIL 18, 1892.
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A.M. A.M. P.M. PM.
Leave Honolulu. ..0:16 8:45 1:45 4:35t
Arrive Hououllull.7:io 9:57 5:35!
Leave Hoi.oullnli.730.' 10:43 3:43 5:48? j
Hon lulu 8 35- 11 55 4 5. 6:50t
PEAKL CITY LOCAL.
Arrive l'earl City.
Leave I'earl City .
t Saturdays only.
FORT OF HONOLULU, H. I.
rORUOM MAIL STKAMF.KS.
LOCAL LINK S. AUSTRALIA.
A rrive Honolulu
from S. F.
.1 DM 14
for S. F.
. .May 24
. June 21
. July 18
. .Aug. lb
. Oct. 11
.... Nov. 8
Arrive from San
Sail for San Fran
cisco .May 5 ..Mariposa
j ii lie 2 Monowai
.June 30 Alameda
J uly 23 Mariposa
.Aug. 25 Monowai
Sept. 22 . ... Alameda
.Oct. 20 .Mariposa
...Nov. 17 Monowai
I' I ties, Son aiut Moon.
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Tuea... 19! a. 40 8.3J 1.30 4.:i0 5. i8
wed ... ;ao io.;:o o.sji 2.20 5. so B.SI
Ttmr... 21 ll.:t 11. 0: '2. 'it) 7. 0 5.36
Kn m .... 11. SOI 4. 0 7.30 5.35;
Sat 23 0.50 1.30 f. 0 8.20 5.34!
Sua ... 24 2. 0 '2.30 7.30 SS.5U 5.341
Saturday. April 1G.
Stmr J A Cummins. Neilson. from Koo
lau Stmr Waimanalo, Dudoit, from Molokai
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, from Molokai
Stmr Iwalani. Freeman, from Hamakua.
Stmr Lehua, Fitzgerald, from Hamakua.
Sinoay, April 17.
StmrOlandine, Davies, from Maui.
Stmr Jas Makee, Macauley, from Kapaa.
Stmr Waialeale, Siuythe, from Kauai.
Stmr Mikahala, Chaney, from Kauai.
Schr Kauikeaouli from Kohala.
Saturday, April 10.
Am schr Golden Shore. Henderson, for
Am bk Coryphene, Grant, for San Fran
cisco. VK3SKLH I.K.VV1NO TO-I)AY.
Stmr C. R. Bishop, Le Claire, for Wai
anae, Waialua, Kahuku and Pnnalnn, at
8 a in.
Stmr Pele, Peterson, for Makaweh, at
10 a ru.
Stmr Hawaii, llilbus, for Hakalau, at
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson, for Koo
lau and Waimanalo, at 11 am.
Stmr Jv.lauea Hou, Aamundsen, for Ku
kaiau and Ookala, at 3 p in.
Stmr Waimanalo, Dudoit, for Maui and
Molokai, at 5 p m.
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokai
and Lanai, at 5 p in.
Stmr, James Makee, Macauley, for Ka
paa, at 5 p m.
Schr Liholiho for Kauai.
VKSSKLS IN l'OKT.
(This list does not include coasters.)
USFSSan Francisco, Adm'l Brown, S Diego
Am schr Aloba, Dabel, fort iownsenu.
Am bkt Planter, Dow, San Francisco.
Am bk Albert. Winding, San Francisco.
Am bkt W H Dimond, Nelson. San Fran.
Ger bk Paul lsenberg, Wolters, San Fran.
Am bk S C Allen, Thompson, San Fran.
Ymttllu tt'lim- fruin. Dnf.
Haw bk Foohm: 8aey . . Boston . .June 15
Am bkt Katie Flickinger.P. Sound Mar 1
Nor bk Don Adolpho .. Newcastle Mar 20
Hr sp Ben more Liverpool . May 24
Am sp Jno C Potter .Newcastle.. Apr 30
Am bk Margaret Newcastle. Apr 30
Am bk Mary S Ames . New York. May 24
Am bk EUsinora Newcastle ..Apr 12
lik Veritas Newcastle ..Apr 30
Schr Lou s Newcastle. .May 1
Schr F S ttedfield Newcastle.. May 4
Bk Havi'ruen Newcastle.. Apr 30
Bk Velocity Hongkong.. Apr 10
Am bkt 8 N Castle San Fran... Apr 30
Bk Poseidon Newcastle.. Apr 8
Am bgt J D Spreckels. S F (Kali).. Apr 25
Haw bgt .1 G North S F(Mah). .Apr 30
Am bgt W Q Irwin San Fran .Apr 20
tier bk J 0 Glade Liverp'l . J une 25-30
Ger bk J C Pfluger. Brera. Hav...July 4-10
Norbk Ophir Newcastle. May 1
Kr S S China San Fran . May 4
Br S S City of Peking Yokohama.. May 8
Br S S Gaelic San Fran. July 2
From Hamakua. per stmr Iwalani. Apr
i Mrs W H ltickard and 4 children, F A
Senaefer, M Mclnerny, g v imams, anu o
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala. Apr 17
i v u.irt-iWr nml wile. W T Lucas, Mrs
Evans, W fl Rice, Jr Mrs H Isenberg,
Masters A ami C Rice C Bosse 1 Boisse
lier KSGJudmu, Mrs H Keelen. Mr W
Wheeler. Mr C Miller, and 38 deck passen-
From Molokai. per stmr Mokolii, Apr
17-D McCorriston, Mrs H Gibson and 2
.laughters, Hy Gibson, Jr, and 10 deck pas
sengers. From San Francisco, per bk S C Allen,
Apr 15-Mrs F E Atwatcr and Miss Brewer.
From Maui, per steamer Claudiue, Apr
17 -J H Bliss, Hon RD Walbridge, Miss
Widdilield, Miss Cornwall, Miss A ptt,
Mrs McGowan. P Peck, W H Halstead, C
B Wells. W A McKay, C B Makee, Hon W
H Cornwell. H G Tread way, C Ming Hym,
SKalama.J Kahuna, A F Tavares, Mrs J
11 S Kaeo, Rev losepa and wife, and oi
The following island freight arrived on
Saturday and Sunday: Stmr Lehua, 2400
bagssufcar; stmr J A Cnmniios, 1200 bags
sugar; stmr Waimanalo, 74 bags corn, (38
bags potatoes; stmr Iwalani, 5304 bags
yugar; stmr Waialeale, 3300 bags sugar, 49
hides, 32 pkgs sundries; stmr Mikahala,
ska tioeV stavr OUadine, 10,778 fcegs sugar,
; "Jlo bags taro. 3. bags OOrn, 111 Dugs DM-
i HQts, 10 oaes potatoes, u no
rses and 111
; pkgs sundries; mr James
j bags sugar, OtW sks paddy, tKf
) .sks rice.
For San Francisco, per sch r Golden
Shore. Apr P C Brewer A Co. 15,972 I aga
sugar; Castle fc Cooke. lToJ bags sugar;
Theo H Davies Jit Co. 50l bags u.ir;
total, 22,021 bags sugar (237,736 lb );
domestic value, $i.",350.f0.
For San Francisco, per bk Cory phone,
Apr 1 C O IJerger. 96f9 bags sugar; V
G Irwin St Co, 1;,7S; bags sugar; total;
20,435 bags sugar (2,519,269 lbs); domestic
value, $75,42' i.
HAKF AND WAVE.
New Dredger at
Killing Whales with
Diamond Head. April 17. 9 r. m. :
Weather hazy ; wind light west.
Island schooner off port.
The Government dredger w:is
at work beyond the lighthouse
daring Saturday night. On San
day morning, the dredger was in j
full operation till about 10 o'clock
when a large iron beam sixteen feet j
long was brought up. This haul
caused an accident to the knives of
the dredger, several blades being
broken. The dredger then ceased
working. Exactly in the centre
of the channel where the dredger
was working was an immense heap
of iron, the remains of ;i ship wreck- j
ed there many years ago. Some sup
posed it was the wreck of the bark
Niagara that was lost there over
ten years ago, but knowing ones
claim that the Niagara was wreck- j
ed on the Ewabank of the channel !
just below the lighthouse. Divers
from the Marine Railway will be
employed to-dav to haul ni the
The steamer Mokolii landed one
hundred sheep at Mokapu, Koolau,
on Saturday morning. The sheep
were from Lanai. The Mokolii
brought 100 sheep to Honolulu.
The Morning Stnr will go on the
Marine Railway this morning.
The schooner Golden Shore and
the bark Coryphene took to San
Francisco, April 1G, 42,456 bags of
sugar, weighing 5,057,024 pounds
and valued at $140,770.50.
The bark Albert and the barken
tines W. H. Dimond and Planter
will all leave to-morrow for San
Francisco. They will take heavy
cargoes of sugar.
The steamer Waimanalo brought
on Saturday from Maui, four horses
for Mr. C. B. Makee.
Dr. Neilson of Norway states that
the fisherfolk of Bergen have for
over 500 years incoulated whales
with bacteria in order to kill them.
The whales enter a firth near the
town and are driven into a narrow
bay. A net is then stretched across
the mouth and the whales shot
with poisoned arrows. After a day
or two they become sickly and are
easily dispatched. The arrows in
oculate them with a disease like
" sympathetic anthrax,'' and when
pulled out of the wound are fit for
Concert at Emma Square.
The Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Berger, leader, will
give a concert this (Monday) oven- i
ing; at Emma Square commencing
at 7:30 o'clock. The following is the
"The Band is Coming"
Overture "Bandit Tricks"... Suppe
Cornet Polka "The Palace
Selection "Maritana" Wallace
"Hone Ae Nei." "Wai Mapuna."
Medley "The Christy Minstrels"
Fantasia "On the Millstream"
Waltz -"1001 Nights" Strauss
Galop "From House to House"
The dredger was brought in last
evening from the channel. Shortly
after being moored her whistle
started to blow and continued for
some time. The hackmen down
town were somewhat worried
about the circumstance and
were unable to account for it.
Some said it was a call for
"mahope," others were of the opin
ion that the whistle had the
asthma. It was also stated that
some joker had found the watch
man of the dredger fast asleep and
started the shrill noise and kept it
up until the man was awakened
from his "Kip an inkle sleep.
We are always glad to praise a
contemporary. For several days
the Bulletin has been publishing a
very fair paper. It is sedulously
imitating the Advertiser, and the
result is a decided improvement.
When the imitation is better the
improvement will be greater, and
in time our contemporary may be
come quite a readable little paper.
There is no charge for this notice.
The Hawaiian Gazette (10 pages,
GO columns) is the only recognized
weekly newspaper published in the
Hawaiian Islands. Issued every
Tuesday morning by the Gazette
Publishing Co., at 42 Merchaut-Rt.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Send iu your ballots to-day.
Fine weather is reported from the
isiaud of Kauai.
A pood carriage horse is wanted.
A cottage containing two rooms is
for rent. Apply to A. Tierce.
Hun. W. H. Comwell's raciugsU ck
arrived ou the Claudiue yesterday.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at Emma Square this
The notorious Kuui NY tin will be
tried to-day for
jail breaking and
The Hawaiian Hardware Company
have their usual newsy advertise
ment in this issue.
The third term of Oahu College
and Punahou Preparatory School will
re open this morning.
Two lepers were brought to llouo
lulu from Kohola by the schooner
Kauikeaouli on Sunday.
The Minister of the Interior signed
the lease on Saturday for the uew
hall for the Fire Police.
To day is the anniversary of the
great lire which destroyed China
town in this city in 1880.
To ADVERTISERS Ir YOU want CUS
TOMERS WHO AM DEADHEADS, AD
vertisk in THI Bulletin.
A Newfoundland pup has been
lost. A reward will be paid for its
return to Mr. E. D. Tenney.
Mr. C. Stoeekle Ikis returned from
Hawaii with his phonograph. He
reports good business, and will leave
for Maui in a few daj B.
The Honolulu Fire Police will
hold a special meeting this evening
iu No. 2 Engine Company's hall. A
full attendance is requested.
The dear old dredger came in last
evening to read the late afternoon
paper during the "cool leisure hours''
in the neighborhood of midnight.
A big fire was neon last Saturday
morning at Hononliuli, Ewa, by peo
ple on the I. I. S. N. Co.'s wharf. It
was caused by the burning of trash.
for the best ball
player commences to day. Cut out
the ballot in last Saturday's issue of
the Advertiser, fill it out aud send
it to this office.
Mr. H. Gr. Tread way, Deputy
Sheriff of Mauai, arrived in town
yesterday. Ho has no.t been enjoy
ing good health lately, and will
spend a short vacation in this city.
The case of Ah Sing and his wife,
Yon Moe, will como up in the Police
Court to-day. The charge has not
been made against them yet. It is
alleged that they murdered an infant
some time ago.
Dr. Hyde's chicken house was vis
ited the other night by a thief. The
hen fancier took about one half of
the fowls at this visit and returned
the next evening and carted oft' the
The entertainment to bo given on
April 19 to Her Majesty and Admiral
Brown, referred to in Saturday's Ad
vertiser, is an official one, and the
entertainers will therefore be His
Excellency and Mrs. J. L. Stevens.
We are requested to state that Ad
miral Brown and party did not re
turn from Waimanalo in the steamer
J. A. Cummins, as alleged in another
paper. They rode from Heeia in a
wagonette, and some on horseback,
via Waialna to Pearl City, where
they took the train to town.
The old gagged-and-broken-down-very-late-afternoon
sheet says: "Peo
ple take the evening paper into their
houses. In the cool leisure hours it
is read through and through," etc.
If report is true, the paper seldom
reaches houses in time to be read "in
the cool leisure hours of the even
ing. Hon. G. S. Nahinu, of Molo
kai, appeared last week before
Judge Kalauokalani to answer
a charge of trespass brought
against him by Mr. R. W. Meyer,
superintendent of the leper settle
ment, for entering the houses of the
inmates without a permit. Mr. Na
hinu was found guilty and fined $10.
W. H. Rice, Jr., of Li hue, Kauai,
made a tour of the Garden Island
last week. He reports fine weather
throughout his route. While at
Haeua last Thursday, two natives
saw a drifting boat about one mile
out to sea. They went out in a
canoe and secured their prize. Mr.
Rice returned yesterday to attend to
his studies at Oahu College.
A Lady Journalist.
Among the passengers by the
barkentine W. H. Dimond was Mrs.
Laura C. R. Searing, who has been
connected with newspapers in the
United States as correspondent,
and brings letters from the editor of
the Binghamton Republican, for
which paper she will correspond,
under tli3 nom de plume of "How
ard Glyndon." She is personally
acquainted with the poet Whittier,
and some of her own poems are
found in standard American poet
ical works. She has lost her voice
and hearing, and in communicat
ing with others is aided greatly by
her daughter, of ten or twelve
years of age. While at the islands
she hopes to visit the volcano and
other places of interest. We com
mend her to our friends and to all
who may meet her, as a lady of
.refinement and literary culture.
The Advertiser (ires a letrfer
(Uiiount oj' reading matter, and
more, news to a larger number oj
bona fuie subscribers than any
other daily paper in the Kingdom,
A Chinaman Found in the vYater
Near the Oceanic Wharf.
His Skull was Crushed With an
Ax The Body had been
Thrown iu the Water
Before Life was
Sunday morning about 7 o'cloc k
the lifeless body of a Chinaman
was found floating in the bay near
the Oceanic dock. The first sight
of the dead man will not be soon
forgotten bv those who saw it, as
the face and head had been bat- j
i tered and mutilated almost beyond
recognition. One wound was made
on the forehead about foui inches
long and deep enough to pene- !
trate the brain. This wound was
made with an ax. The left side of j
the head was battered in and both
jawbones had been dislocated by a
blunt instrument of some kind. A
discoloration was found in the re
gion of the abdomen and is sup
posed to have been caused by a
Soon after the body was recov
ered a large bundle was found
Moating within one hundred yards
of the dock, and after it was landed
on the wharf and examined, it was
found that it contained a straw
mat t rass and pillow wrapped in a
pair of blankets. Each piece of
bedding was covered with the life
blood of the murdered man. In
side of the mattrass a piece of coal
weighing about fifteen pounds had
been placed with the intention of
sending the damaging evidence of
the foul crime to the bottom of the
Captain Hopkins and Officer
Larsen immediately started out to
find the authors of the mysterious
murder and also to discover the
identity of the victim. It was
stated that the dead Chinese was a
cook and was employed either on
the steamers Lehua or Hawaii.
The officers visited the vessels
named, but found that no Chinese
were missing from the boats, so
that slight clue was of no value.
The body was warm when it was
taken from the water proving that
the man was alive when thrown
A large number of Chinese vis
ited the Police Station all day to
gaze on their murdered country
men. There was not one who
could identify the features of the
dead man, and it is likely that the
murderers will escape justice as
the police have no clue what
ever to commence work on.
w COTTAGE TO LET CONTA1N-
ing 2 Rooms, apply to
pup, about seven weeks old .
Shaggy coat black and white.
Disapeared during the night of the
16th inst. A liberal reward will be paid
for the return of same to the residence of
E. D. TENNEY,
Corner Lunalilo and Pensacola street.
A GOOD CARRIAGE
fk Horse, for family use.
W. O. SMITH.
April 1G, 1891.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
a check drawn on Bishop &. Co. fa
vor C. L. Brito, date-1 April 14, '92, So.
2, by J. M. Camara Jr., President St.
Ant. Ben. Society, has been lost and all
parties are hereby cautioned not to nego
ciate the same.
J. M. CAMARA .Ik ,
President S. St. Ant. It. le II.
"KA MAI Hi
IN THE McINERNY BUILDING. TORT ST.,
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
We make a specialty of
Stamping Patterns and
are now ready to take orders
in that line. A brand new
stock of Silk Embroideries,
Art Linens, Tassels, Fringes,
Draperies and other artistic
goods are offered to the ladies
IN THE McINERNY BUILDING, PORT ST.
Daily Advertiser 50c. per month.
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
Oster-Eicr in sehoeuster Auh-
withl hoi Haul a Co., " Hotel Btrtet
'Just Received bj Batavta, a
fine assortment of OOtton textile,
new designs, cabinets, baskets, great
variety of Lacquer ware, bed eovers,
silk cree sashes, decorations, tans,
soap, matches, bantboo'caiTiagea, etc ,
J. II, ee S.iV Sltva.
Native Fans mud Curios in
great variety at The EUjtb Ice
Bo?" I'll meet you at the Bruns
wick Billiard 1'arlttrs this , -wiling.
The Advertises is the recog
nized peoples' paper.
Persons having aeta of un
bound magazines, ean have them
bound up neatly and cheaply at the
Hawaiian Gazette Hook Bindery,
which is turning out some very hand
some work in this line.
tgk. Dr. McLcnuau, 81 Richard
street, opposite the Boyal l'alaeo.
Chronic and difficult diaeaaes. Office
hours, III to 4 ; evenings, 7 to s.
$dr The Brunswick Billiard
Parlors are the handsomest In town.
Girls' Industrial Home.
Plain sewing and dressmaking at
the Industrial Home, near Kawaia
hao Church. Also, girls will go out
by the day to families, to do sewing
and dressmaking, housekeeping, care
of children and lomilomi.
4 SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
xV Honolulu Eire Police will be held
THIS (Monday) EVENING at 7:30
o'clock at the Hall of Engine Co. No. li.
Business of importance. Pet order.
T. V. K ROUSE,
Famished Cottage Wanted
A GENTLEMAN DESIRES A
furnished cottage containing two
or three rooms. Address X this
FOR SALE THE LARG
est anil Finest JACK ever
brought to the country, bred
in Kentucky, a sure breeder and grand
worker. Also, an extra fine Saddle Stal
lion, a getter of extra line colts, a ize
beauty and no mistake. Both of these
animals are young, sound and all riht
in every particular and will be sold for
less than their real value. Interested
parties should investigate at once at the
3044-1 wt CLUB STABLES.
Carriage for Sale !
A CONVENIENT CUT UNDER
Family Carriage in good order will
be sold at a bargain for want of room.
Price $175. Can be seen at 120Beretania
street, residence of
3044 T. G. THRUM.
A PLEASANT ROOM NEW
ly furnished, with Bath, on Bere
tania st., between Piikoi and
Keautnoku ets. Cars pass the door.
Terms $7 per month. For particulars
address "F." this office. 3032-2W
Pacific Coast Home Supply Association
Copartnership Not iv
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that F. E. Marsh, W. R. ' avid-son
and James Sharp, all of San Francisco,
California, and Evelyn M. Oliver of Hono
lulu have this day entered into a copart
nership for the purpose of carrying on ihe
business of Retail Merchandising at No.
Ill King Street, Honolulu under the firm
name of Pacific Coast Home Supply As
sociation of Honolulu.
Dated Honolulu, April 7th, 1892.
304S 1 vv
The Beraiee Paoaki Bishop HaseoiQ
TILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
on IrlUKSUAYH lrom 9 until 1J
o'clock. On other days thn work of
arranging the Collections will prevent
the admission of visitors. By order of
the Trust ' s.
WM. T. BRIGHAM,
804 7-3 w Curator.
VLL PERSONS ARE HEREBY POR
bidden tojro on the lands of Waiakea
kua and those adjoining and lying between
the property of Hon. 0. P. fankea at
Kahoiwai and the land of Waaloa granted
to E. H. Rogers in Manoa Valley, Oahu,
without the written permission of the
undersigned, otherwise action will lie
taken fur trespass.
J. H. BOYD.
Honolulu, March 7, 1892. 30154m
G. Gloger, Draggiit, Watertown,
Wis. This is the opinion of a man
who keeps a drug store, sells all
medicines, comes in direct contact
with the patients and their families,
and knows better than anyone else
how remedies sell, and what true
merit they h ue. He hears of all
the failures and successes, and can
therefore judge: "I know of no
medicine tor Coughs, Sort Throat,
or Hoarseness that had done such ef
tei tive work in my
Coughs, family as BoschCt'S
Soro Throat. Sytjip, Ust
w inter a lady called
Hoarseness, at my store, w ho was
Buffering from a very
severe cold. She could hardly talk,
and I told her about German Syrup
and that a few doses would give re
lief; but she had no confidence in
patent medicines. I told her to take
a bottle, and if the results were not
satisfactory 1 would make no charge
for it. A few days after she called
and paid for it, saying that she
would never be without it in future as
u few doses had given her relief." D
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that I have this day sold to Liu Leo
my rice plantation at Kehala, Kuneohe,
and will not hereafter be responsible for
any debts incurred hy or in connection
w ith such plantation.
LEE PA IT.
Honolulu, March 84, 1892. 3030 8w
MR SALtt OR LEASE.
ON AND AFTER MAY 1st, 1802,
the new and desirable modern reHi
denoe of the undersigned on Tbnrston
Avenue, containing Large Parlor, Dining
Room, Conservatory, two Bed Rooms,
Dressing Room with Stationary Wash
stand and Cedar Wardrobe, Bath Room
with Patent Closet and hot and cold
water attachment, Pantries, China
Closet and Kitchen with new range, hot
water boiler and all attachments com
plete. Large and convenient stable on
the premises containing two largo box
htalls, eaniage, harness, and feed rooms,
end servants quarters. Grounds 200x1200,
beautifully laid out and terraced. The
view is unsurpasied in Honolulu.
JpfgEor further particulars see
W. G. ASHLEY,
:i0:;)-tf O. R. & L Co.'s Dejot.
MA FURNISHED DWELL
iug, situate at the corner Kapio
lani and Lunalilo streets,
containing double Parlors, 2 Bed
Rooms, Dining Room, Kitchen, Pantry,
Bath Room, etc.
This House was built for private oc
cupation ; is nearly new in (erfect con
dition, comfortably arranged and
commands a pleasing view of the harbor.
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
:)10-tf Near Post office.
For Sale or Exchange.
RESIDENCE IN A VERY
desirable part of Honolulu. Par
lor. Dininz Room. 2 Bed Rooms.
Pantry, Kitchen, Sewing Room, in main
house. Cottage adjoining of 2 capered
Rooms, Store Room and Bath Room.
Lot 100x200 feet. Sell or exchange for
smaller property and cash or security.
All the buildings are now. One block
from Tramways. Apply at this office.
For Lease or Sale.
m RESIDENCE ON LUNALILO
street, at present occupied by Mr.
J. A. Kennedy, containing double
parlors, 4 bedrooms, dressing and
bath rooms, dining room, pantry and
kitchen. Grounds 300x105 feet, we'll laid
out; servants' rooms, stable and chicken
house in rear of main building. Vacant
on August 14th. R. I. LILLIE,
2S22-tf with Theo. H. Davies fc Co.
Money to Build Homes
IF YOU HAVE A LOT. I
m will build you s Houe, and fur
nish the monev on easv terms.
J. L. MEYER,
130 Fort Street.
.Mutual Tel 66?; P. O. .387.
Firewood for Sale!
lUT AND SPLIT ALGEROBA
firewood for sale cheap at the
ENTERPRISE PLANING MILL.
TEACHER OF VOICE AND PIANO
lias removed to Mrs. Cbapin's, (Haale
lea Premises), corner of Hotel
and Richard Sts.
Refers bv permission to her patrons in
Honolulu. " 2992-26ta
PPLY AT NO. 4 GARDEN LANE.
II YH W ANT A FIRST-CLASS JOB
of Painting of any description done
call on the practical Painter, J. L
MEYER onl v. 130 Fort St. P. O
Box :iS7. Mat. Tel. 062.
1 WILL PA Y CASH, 1 OK EITHER
I large or small quantities of used Ha
waiian Postage Stamps, us follows:
rriiese otfora are per hundred and any
quantity will be accepted, no mutter bow
small, at the same rates )
I cent, violet $ tM)
I cent, blue 00
1 cent, green 40
J cent, vermilion I r0
I cent, brown 00
I cent, rose 20
I rent, violet. Is:tl UwtM Ml
cent, dark blue 1 10
5 cent, ultramarine blue 00
6 cent, green 2 .'
10 cent, black 4 00
10 cent, vermilion f 00
10 cent, btown 8 -r'0
12 cent, black 6 00
12 cent , mauve li IH
15 cent, brown fi 00
Ifi cent, red 10 00
SS rent, puiple 10 00
B0 cent, red 10 00
1, carmine 2.r 00
1 cent envelope , 40
2 cent envelope .. V
I cent envelope I BO
." cent envelope I BO
It) t ent envelope ' 00
N" torn Rtampe wanted at any
n Ice, Address:
GEO. B. WASHBURN,
628 Octavia St., nan Francisco, Oat.
Apply to the undersigned at the
Waialae Ranch. Bell Telephone 400;
Mutual 'telephone B07.
For San Francisco
C. D. BRYANT
This vessel has superior tirst-class
cabin accommodation, aud wjll havo
early dispatch for above pirt.
THEO. H. DAVIE J & Co.,
Honolulu, Apiil fk 1602. :5041-tf
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OR TO THI
Table Board $1 per day.
Board and Lodging 2 " "
Board and Lodging $12 per week.
Special monthly juices.
T. E. KROU8E, Proprietor.
CHAS. T. GULICK,
For the Island of Oahn.
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Labor
Agent to Grant Marriage Licenses, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt A
Scott's Ereight and Parcels Express.
Agent for the Burlington Route.
Real Estate Broker & General Agent,
Bell Tel. 348; Mnt. Tel. 139; P.O. Box 415.
OFFICE: No. 33 MERCHANT St.,
Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor and Builder
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON
all kinds of Brick, Iron,
Stone and Wooden Build
ings. Ail kinds of Jobbing
in the building trade at
tended to. Keeps for sale: Brick, Lime,
Cement, Iron Stone Pipe and Fittings, old
and new Corrugated Iron, Minton Tiles,
Quarry Tiles, assorted Kizes and-colors;
California and Monterey Sand, Granite
Curbing and Blocks, Etc., Etc.
Office and Yard Cor. King and Smith
Sts. Office Hours 8 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 p.m.
Telephones Bell 351 ; Mutual 417. Resi
dence, Mutual 410. P. O. Box 117.
C. B. RIPLEY ( iDPDITIrTTC
A. REYNOLDS S Mini I LI Id
Officx Spbk kkls Block, Room 5,
HoNoi.ri.t-. H. I.
Plans, Specifications, and Superintend
ence given for everv description of Bmld
ing. Old Buildings successfully remodelled
Designs for Interior Decorations.
Maps or Mechanical Drawing. Tracing,
OaVDrawings for Book or Newspaper
Illustration. MMO tmu
M CORNER LUNALILO AND PII
koi Street House completely
furnished, containing PouMe Parlor. Din
ing Room. Iirgo Bed Rooms. Dressing
Room. Bath Room, etc., with large yard
set out with trees and flowers, containing
Stable. Carriage House, Servant House,
etc. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
9032-if Near Post Office.
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