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DAILY PACiriC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, J AX LIRA Y 10. 1893.
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OAiiU ililLWAi i LAM CO
FROM JLtiU AKTER OCT. 1, 1892.
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WHAKF AND WAVE.
Si';CI1Z, J3CS.ViSS ITEMS.
Sxir The Musical Library of the
lute G. ,. Babcock is now on Mile at
the Goldkn Kri.K Bazaar.
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. .. 0:1 & :45 :35
Vrrlre fl onoul I ul 1.7 :0 'J. ."7 '4:57 ft:35t
The steamer Mokolii will leave Winter A- Winter, Dentists.
to-morrow for Molokai. Office, De tetania street. Gold Fil-
The bark Alden Besse. C:ijt. Hugs, .Silver Filling, ?1: Teeth
Kris?, arrived at Kahului last j Extract 1, ets. Eastern Price-.
week with about 1000 tons of coal I
Any kind of printing at the
' ll.,-i..ullull.720.- !);: 2:4 5:421 , ZVXTy Ofliee equal tO WOfk (lone
Wiltv H.mm.IuIu.-K.V 1 1:5.1 4:. 5 0:301
rSAKL CITY I.U'-At
l,ie II oio J ul a... ....... .
Vrrlre Tearl City
r.fsit I'earl City ...6:5",
Arrive Honolulu. ..;7:30
t Saturdays only.
Hon. If. . lbihhvm rfdnrrx-.l !
from Kauai vestrrdav. i
Tl o t. Tri"- t , 0up Hundred and fcventv-First ! .DlALM0SIi !AD' -?at J.3"-"9 :
lhe steamer Mokoln on her :i:-t ; i Weather, thick : wind, hrrht S.W .
trip brought fifty bales of wool. Ihiy' '
ati kiav. Jan. 1 J.
The House met at 9 a. m. Twenty
one members present. Quorum at
a. m. The minutes were read and
Attornev-C ieneral Peterson an
nounced that Her Majesty had signed : from Departure Bar
the Opium and Lottery bill-. ! rri l;,nnina v f t '
Rep. Kumauoha ino'ved the Houe ! n 1 he b"g?rnti !, Irwin.; The Bon Ton Dressinak-
express its thanks to the President I CaIt- -McCulloch, arrived on ins r,trlors are nmv at oorner of
ei- oauiruav morning aiier a passage , ,
jof 1G .fays from Han Francisco, ! rl 81,1,1 hervtan,:l trvets ",M1 !"
; with C'JO ton? of general nierchan- tno"1 (,f Honolulu and vicinity wMi-
disc, as follows : 200 ctls. barley, j injr -tylish suit- and costumes, a well
81 ctls. wheat, 175 bids, tlour, 11(V ; also as comfortable and neat irowiw.
ks. bran, loi ctls. corn, 30 sks. ! The public are now enabled to haw
middlings, 50 bis. hay, 22 ctls. oats, their wardrobes fitted out as well an.!
ime stvJe as can be ob-
!" A "3TJ
The Band will give a concert
this evening at Emma Siuare.
The Alameda is due to-day from
San Francisco with hix davs later
Mutual Telephone No. 'k
How doos ho feel ? He foels
and is constantly export-
era n lev.
The strength of T.Ht
Fiors: is lotir to one, that is
it takes four pound of
! and ojicerof the House, for their .-.
! vices- durimr the session.
FOKKIC.N MAIL STRAMEKH.
Due from Leave for
San Fran. San I ran.
Alameda Ian. lo-lb Monowai.
Mariposa Feb. tMO Alameda.
8T TH C HOVEHMKeNT PfRYET. rXBLI-HED
norsioru a acui jihoppiiate is a ' President Walker th tnked the
pood tonic. Get a battle at Hoi-' House for its kiml expressions,
lister it Co. i The Hou.-e then (j:'2'2 took a recess
j till a quarter to twelve,
mcntin, dieting himself, adopting ; freh ttiro to make one ouud
strange notions, ar.d changing the j(1f t!io li -1:;'. Cotnnuiv tins
cookitu:, t!:e dishes, t'nc l:u::rs, and j , , .
manner of h:s e-::--M:;;ust ! u'lSti iv4atl o Ml0nth
Flower tl;o Remedy. j of other loot! produets, ami
Haw decs hof7e!?-IIe feels at I evorvthiii- else Hulos into
. vorac oik. nsat - insiirmucanee. i ne i ami
Order your ioi from the Hawi- ! At a quarter to twelve the House
nan laroand Fruit Co., Bell Tele
The new Cabinet is officially an
nounced in the By Authority col
umn in this issue.
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New moon on lLe 17th. at 2!i
re-convened when the (Jueen read the
following prorogation address:
Xom.r.s ami Rj:pkksentativi:.s:
More then seven months have elapsed
since I opened this Assembly. Dur
ing that time many changes "of Cabi
nets have taken place. The unpreoe-
tr.rw1 4lw. r. i- n ' dented lemrth i the session ha3 in-
Attend the mass meeting this v.lvt:l niu6li labor, ami I congratulate
alternoon at 2 o clock at the Here- ! you on at last havini,' completed your
tania Street Armory. ' arduous duties.
1 ! The Legislation which has now been
it is understood that the Marshal i placed on the Statute Books will 1 1
appointed two hundred special jo- j Jf"1 Jo the rulvaiicement of
i;s.nn ,., c -..... 1 the material interests of the kingdom,
hcemen on Saturday evening. , ., it lv(;S Me lAure to note tha
. A A. . . . A A . !ll J 1
T-v ,ln i 1 1 i ! aiienii)is 10 tamper w nn me currency
lo-day at noon at his salesroom j :U1(, interfere with the established
J as. I1. Morgan will hold a land- i usages of Commerce have been happi
lord's sale of household effects. i l.v averted.
fy Ministers will use their best
Hon. L. A. Thurston hns been ! ellbrts t() earry out your intentions as
cd m tlie numerous Acts winch
utinna v!ir-b vnn Invp
of Lisbon. v ; made are on a liberal scale, "and it is
: the hope of Myself and My eonstitu-
The saloons were closed on Sat- j tional advisers that the revenues of
urdav evening at t) o'clock, and as i ,he Government will be adequate for
r, roKuU vnn,i Bri.,t the i-roper carrying out of your inten-
! It will be My earnest endeavor to
; promote such Treaty relations with
appointed a corresponding meinber ! fxpre-cd in the
'r i i w 1 1 t. i have become l:n
ot the itoyal (reographical Society j The appropria
free from drunks.
In all probability the principal ; our Creat and Friendly Neighbor, the
business houses will close this j Cnited States of America, as may re
afternoon on account of the iJl;,s : store to Our agricultural interests that
rr.r,r 41, . 1 measure of prosperity which we for-
mcctmg at the armory. ! merly enjoyed.
It was announced in tho HniiP 11 is aIso a source of gnitification for
11 was announced m the House j Mt, t() llotiee thllL ni,eri4i encourage
on Saturday morning that the j nient has been extended to some of
Queen had signed both the lottery ! our infant industries, and it is My hope
. " lit . a a. t 1 x . r 1 1
hill and the hill to 1 cense on 11111. 1 1:11 ine results win prove tne wis
Willie Bush entertained the Pa
cific Wheelmen at Waikiki on Sat
urday afternoon. Surf riding and
dom of your action
XoilLKS AX I) ItKPRKSEXTATlVES :
I pray the Alniightj' may continue
to pour out upon von--" "'nintry
blessings an v'. In SUCii nu cmv-r
DoS cs. canned goods, 240 lbs. tea, . with the s:
2o7 lis. hops, To cs. salmon and taine l in S
i000 cigars, valued at $10,570.1 "
She is discharging near the O. S. '
S. Co.'s .vharf. j
The schooner Bolert Lewers will !
finish discharging lumber to-day. j
The steamer Kilauea Hon will i
leave to-morrow for Olowalu and !
The schooner Anna left Kahului j
last Wednesday with a cargo of j
sugar for San r rancisco. The
brigantine Consuelo arrived the
same day from San Francisco.
The steamers Iwalani and James
Makee leave this afternoon for
The barkentine Planter will be
docked this morning to unload
President Hippolyte, of Hayti,
has cabled to the United States
Government that all vessels are
forbidden to enter Haytian ports
between G p. m. and G a. m., the law
of 1S9 1 to that eflect having been
renewed. Suspicious vessels seen
oil the coast have given the Presi
dent great anxiety.
West Superior, Wis., Dec. 23.
Captain McDougall has jut. re
turned from a meeting of the
American Steel Barge directors in
New York. He says that $4,000,000
an Francisco. :J3S-lm
I'OI ! P01!!
iiiiJ Fftsli Midi'iiMiitilc Pei
iiir.es a uii.iwni
able appetite. w holly unacco'.tntablc,
unnatural and unhealthy. August
Flower tho Remedy.
How does ho feel:? He f-cls no
desire to i;o to the table and a
grumbling, fault-finding', over-nicety
about what is set before him when
he is there August Flower tho
I:i l 'Utititit s to s:u",t indivivlu i!
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN A5D FRESH!
Satitruay, Jan. 11.
Stnir Kilauoa Ilou, ('amenm, from Ha
inakua. iStmr Mokolii, Mc(Jreg' r, from Molokai
tStmr Waialcale, mj-tiie, from Hama
kua. titmr James Makee, IIap;lund, from
JStmr Waimanalo, Dufloit, from Molokai.
U S S Itoston, Wiltse, from Hilo.
Am hiRt W (J Irwin, McCulloch, 1G days
from San Francisco.
Uritbk Scotch Wizard, from Newcastle.
Sunday, Jan. 15.
!3tmr Claudine, Davies. from Maui,
ikmr Mikaliala, Chancy, from Kauai.
Stmr Kaala, Gahan, from Waianae and
Stmr IVle. Peterson, from Kauai.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Stmr C U li.sliop, he Claire, for Kalniku
at 9 a in.
Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson, for Koolau
at 10 a in.
Stmr James Makee, Ilaplund, for Kapaa
at 4 p 111.
Stmr Waimanalo, Dudoit, for Molokai at
'2 p in.
Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, for Kilauea and
llanalei at 5 p in.
VKSSKI." IN POUT.
, fix h it-.'. i .'.- uai ir.cluile coasters.)
ir s S r.oMon. Wiltse. Hilo
Haw bk Manna Ala, Smith, Newcastle.
Am schr Transit, San Francisco.
Am bk S C Allen. Thompson. San Fran.
Ur bk Velocity, Martin, Hongkong.
Am sch llobt hewers, (Joodman, 1'tTwn'd
Am bkt lrmgard, Schmidt, Newcastle
Am bkt Planter. Dow, Port Townsend .
Am bk Sonoma, Anderson. San Fnuiobra.
Am brgt W G Irwin, McCulloch, San Fran
13r bk Scotch Wizzard, Newcastle.
. . t .i t i . 1 .inrf rt who oloLFB onrf thou tri
, til ' . .t Ci 1 14 UllI Vyv I UlCi VX 1 AAl4i-VLV.A1k.tJ- U11U VliV T If 111
r ftVyv gency iue wulirosperity as heretofore, turned out more rapidly than
! 1. I (.lUllillC 11113 J.UUlMUlllie PIO
A large Newfoundland dog has j jA KIN.
been lost from the schooner Tran- L
sit. The finder will receive a re-
ward of -$5.00, by returning him to j To Be Opened for Hawaiian Chll
ji dren at Queen Emma Ilall.
'I!eps. Nawahi and White were ' . , . - . . . ,
decorated by the Queen on Satur- ! ;V moment is on loot to estab
day morning, and they are now j llsh a frco kindergarten school in
Knight Commanders of the Order j this city for Hawaiian children of
of Kalakaua. six years of age and under. A
It takes four pounds of taro to onnittee to arrange for the same
make one pound of flour. Its rela- j consists of Mesdamcs llaalelea,
tive strength is greater than any Hyde, Dillingham, Mrs. Samuel
other mill product. Cict a pound j Parker and Miss CJreen. The val-
from vour grocer and try it. . i - r -t- -n
. J 1 uable services of Miss r aiming are
POHEIUN VESSELS EXl'ECTKH.
Ves-itjls. Wlitr fruio. Dd,
Cer bk II Haekfeld Liverpool.. . .loc 10
Haw schr Liliu Micronesia Mar 31
Mis bkt Morning Star. Micronesia. . Mav 2.J
Ur bk Taeora . . Liverpool ..Jan 25-.'Jl
P.kAmy Turner lloston May 20
Haw brgt Douglas San Fran. ..Jan 10
tT S S Mohican San Fran ...Tan 2."
Schr Liholiho Fanning's Is Jan U
Japcorv Kon-go San Fran... Jan 27
Am bkt Jno Smith Newcastle Jan 15
Am bk Hilo Newcastle. . . Feb 4
Am bkt M Winkehuan. .Newcastle. .Feb 20
Am bk Lad- Lampson . Sydney. . . .Feb 2S
From Maui per stmr Claudine. Jan 13
F. It Hendry, P A lias, Mr Napoleon,
Miss May Damon. Miss L Campbell, S A
Chitlingworth, and 11 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala. Jan 15
Hon?! P P.aUtwiu. T J ijmnn, J It Judd,
Miss Jennie Hates, F W Macfarlanej HA
Luscombe, W Marriott, Tau Wo. Hop Lee,
Ah Mail, and 53 deck.
From Hamakua per stmr Waialeale, Jan
14 Chas Williams. C McAvoy.
From San Franciseo per brgt V : Irwin,
Jan 11 Mr Mansen.
, The Committee of Safety has
called a meeting to take place this
afternoon in the Armory on Pere
tania street. Tho critical situation
of the country will be discussed.
On Wednesday, January ISth,
at the office of K.'ll. Pailey'at Wai
luku, Maui, an auction sale of val
uable lands will take place. The
property is described elsewhere in
Tin? Christmas number of the
California!! Magazine is a hand
some periodical. The articles
written especially for it are of a
high literary order. It can be had
at the newsdealers.
THE HAWAIIAN TARO & FRUIT CO.
tiieen and Alakea S!ie rts.
W. F. WIL-OX. Manager.
How does ho fool ? lie feels
after' a spell of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhom r.ee, loathing,
a:;d detestation of food; as if "a
'iiouthful would kill him August
Flow or tho Remedy.
How does ho fool? He has ir
regular bowels and peculiar stools
August Flower tho Remedy.
Ki.oui: is rowinp; into favor
with the medical profes
sion, because they are the
first to recognize tho true
merit of health food.
Habies thrive upon it and tho
weak grow strong. It may
be procured at any grocery
store as we'll as at the
I company's depot. (Jueen
and Alakea streets.
1. O. liox IOC.
One Ii 11 nd red Dollars
WILL P.UY AN
Complete with Tilting Tower, and a 'J!
inch ISrass, combined Force and Lift
It is nearly new; has never been used,
and is complete, ready for setting up.
jJ5For further enquiries, apply to
T. W. IIOBKOX.
FOR THE SWEET
We keep tho Purest and
Best. Novelties in tho
Christmas Tree Orna
ments, Bon Hons, etc.
Wo have an ex
display for Hol
idays. You are cordially
invited to inspect
HART & CO.
Kmte Icr. Crkam
A new arrival from the Colonies
states that a flairs are not bright in
Australia. Ho declared that if
they were put to the test most of
the banks and business houses
could not pay twenty-five cents on
The masquerade carnival at the
Armory on Saturday evening was
an artistic success, but owing to
the excitement which prevailed,
the attendance was but small. The
managers intend to repeat the af
fair on some evening in the near
The U. S. Poston arrived on Sat
urday morning from Hilo. From
advices received on her it was
learned that on Wednesday last a
jury was secured to try the Costa
secured as teacher at Queen Emma
Hall. Contributions for this will
be gratefully received, to he depos
ited, with the Treasurer, Mrs. llaa
e feel that the importance of
the kindergarten schools cannot be
overestimated. We quote from an
able article on the subject :
"Everywhere teachers are ask
ing for- FroebePs secret ; over the
whole country kindergartens are
being incorporated into the pub
lic school systems ; churches are
seeing the practical efficiency of
the kindergarten as a method of
religious work ; and men and
vromen interested in the problem of
the poor in our great cities are
turning to the kindergarten as one
of the keys to neglected homes. It
is a gospel of service and intelli
gence to the whole neighborhood."
ship Yorktown;Hp1an1d Callao
from Pisagna Augfe8 &n0
October 30 for New TC , re
1 -r "OKI.
is a fathom of water in herf i ii,, "u. I . ;j ) i b
Samel Ushorn, Jr., ot Iuigartownatirti fns 01 Baucis, v -Mass..
owner of the bark Mr.rvl711' 11 ' " Point.
Frazier, which vras seized by the
Portuguese in 1SSS while coasting
off the Azores, is in Washington
filing a demand with the Secretary
of State for damages for an illegal
seizure. He claims that the vessel
was eleven miles off the islands
when taken, and therefore on the
high seas, and that Portugal is
responsible for the mistakes of the
commanders of her war vessels.
Mils. E. TURNER
lias removed her
To Hotel st., Opp. the Y. M. C. A. Hall
Where she is prepared to do Dressmaking
in all the latest styles. .The new method
of form-tittinir employed (the method
'.1 by all he leading dressmakers
Cook Back in Town.
Joseph P. Cook has not only
proved himself a defaulter, but ho
is demonstrating to Chief Crowley
and Captain Lees, and the whole
police department for that matter,
that they must be very much
awake if they expect to catch him
napping, says the S. F. Chronicle.
Until the arrival of the Australia,
the police were confident that Cook
was in Honolulu, and that an offi
cer sent on the next steamer could
The Royal Hawaiian Military
Band (under the direction of Pro
fessor H. Perger) will give a public
concert at Emma Square this
(Monday) evening at 7 :30. Fol
lowing is the programme :
1. Overture "Semiramide".... Rossini
2. March "Aida" Verdi
P. Cornet Solo "Hawaii Tonoi"..
Solo by Samuel Kamakaia.
1. 1 rand Selection "Jerusalem".
"Hone Ac Nei." "Wai Mapuna.'"
Solo by Daniel Moe.
.". Medley "Popular Airs"...Kappey
i. Saxophone Solo "The Trouba
Solo by Joseph Libornio.
7. Finale "llienzi," Wagner
S. Waltz "Greetings" Labitzky
steamer Citv of Hio do Janeiio
SILK AND CREPE!
For Ladies' Presses, Ties, Handkerchiefs,
Crepe Fndershii Js, Silk Shawls.
&iFA prewt variety of the m a est,
useful ornamental articles in
j?Tlu stock being vory extensive,
enumeration is impossible. An early
JAPANFSF I'.AZ VAI:, Hotel ft.,
ons 1; .1. M. nn SV k Suva.
now y , a. .iA, Ors-;romptly
in San Francisco) . RU s .
?"All work neatly an.l ..
finished. Prices a5 reasonable as anv Vfrr""-
FULL NICKEL- COLUMH1A
1. Licycle, property of W. S. Mult-
bv. Apply of
WILL PA Y CASH, FOU KITHEU
-a. lari or r,mall fjr tntiti'5H of used Ha
waiian Postage SI in: . is follows:
(Theso ofi'ers are j i-r iomdred and nny
quantity will be accepted, no matter how
small, at the same 1 a en . )
1 cent, violet $ t,0
1 cent, blue tiO
1 cent, green 40
2 cent, vermilion 1 50
'V'Ant, brown 60
For Rant or Lease,
Officv Corner King and Fart 8 treats
(Over Hobron ic Newman's Pi 115 Store.)
O; rici: Horr.s: to 12 and 1 to ."1.
Notify ot Ainiiidl 3petnio-.
pilF ANNUAL MFETINti OF
JL the Hawaiian Agricultural ('om
pany ill be held at the office of C.
Prewer & Company. Cien street, on
THURSDAY, the Uth January, at 10
o'clock a.m. J. O. CAKTKK,
Secretary Haw. Agricultural (To.
Hon !uln. .Jan. 12,
A LARGE CRICK RUILPING
on Fort street. Is suitable for a
Business Location or for Storage
1? t 1 .
j ur dinner imormaiion, apply
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION.
l'er stmr Kilauea Hou l(i0tJ ba.es sugar
and 100 bbis. molasses, l'er stmr Jas Ma
kee 2345 bags sugar. Per stmr Waialeale
3151 bags sugar. Per stmr Kaala 1457
bags sugar and 514 b igs rice. Per strur
Mokolii 50 bales wool. Per stmr Mika
hala 5."00 bags sugar, 130 bags rice, 150
sheep. 335 goat skins, 10 bdls hides. 75 pkgs
suudries. Per stmr Claudine 7252 bags
sugar, 75 bags taro, 5S bags corn. 101 pkgs
1 rn 1 1 I
murucr case. 1 lie trial was ex- ! bring him back without trouble,
pected to be innshed on last Sat- When tho police were informed
urday evening. ? ti,nt ho ,Voa unl- bo or,d
vv v f ? L. k.1 OUV1V ill i. IAKj Vll T j tlUU
tT. tit I the whole department was hastily
His Lxcellency John I t evens j in?tructeil to hunt him down. So
Lmted States Minister Hem pot en- far thev b:lve not succeeded. Cap-
tiary and the officers of th
-! tn!ii T (ins Oil i.u'4Jn,l viiclni.rlni. 1t
S. Lo.ton attended were presen at j eye that he hpd hsliyQ in-f
We In 1 " ; r V laV I ti0J1 th.it Cook returned to the citv
VjedncMlay at Coeoanut IsianJ. on the ,teaniship Alameda, the
?: ..a,Ja,r,V;:f a"aSe'1 hy ! verv vessel which brought letters
SJZZT Persons possessing files of
Magazines can have them bound up in
any desired style at the Gazette Book
bindery, which is doing as fine work as
can be done in any San Francisco or Bos
ton Bindery. None but the best workmen
ON SATURDAY, A
Large Black Newfoundland,
with white streak on breast
from Schooner Transit. $5 reward. Re
turn to this office. :;27S-3t
Auckland Weekly Xews.
The Christmas number of the
Auckland Weekly News has
reached this city, and as a Christ
mas publication it stands in the
first rank. It consists of GO pages,
with a handsome colored cover.
The contents are of a varied and
interesting character, and include
extraordinary narratives, short
Christmas tales, a page each for
ladies and children, and many
other features. A beautiful histor
ical lithograph accompanies the
number. It is the Invasion of
Auckland by the Xgatipaoa.
Have your Christmas presents
marked with your name in gold
letters. Gazette building.
j from the Hawaiian authorities in-
On Saturday evening a Japanese lformi.n" Chief Crowley that Cook
servant found a burglar in the 55 1U vcusta' bcre, and that
house of George E. Poardman. The I fYer-v cllort hi be made to turn
servant commenced to shout for I ym.yer to tne I nited States au
help but before assistance came I "ties.
the thief had disappeared. Xo- L How C 00k escaped will not be
r...., ...... I . . . I . 4 -
, . Miuv.n mini iiiii.uuei steamer ar-
; rives. His act of doubling back on
ed without anv boot v. ! ns . ow tr4ats wnf. so boIJ and
:: : i daring teat the police were com-
'piIKRE WILL BE A MEET
X in,; of the Board of Dental
Examiners at the office of the Board of
Health, SATURDAY, January 21st, at
o :Z0 o'clock p. m.
ROBT. W. ANDERSON.
thing of value was missing
STORE KEY ON NFUANF ST.
J:- The owner can have same by calling
at this office, proving properly and paying
for this advertisement. 0275 tf
The Legislature was prorogued '. pletely surprised particularly as
on Saturday at noon by the j suppo?eu mm to be m custody rR. M. E. GROSSMAN, DENTIST,
Oueen. There wa-? nothing ex- i 111 Honolulu. Captain Lees believes ' has returned from Hawaii andean
ritincr nr ititorQtin cr ohnnt thp i that he is still hiding in the citv. ; be found at his Otfiee, 93 Hotel street.
affair. The onlv noticeable cir- T D
cumstance connected with it was
the absence of the white members,
none of whom took enough interest
in the matter to attend.
ily Advertiser 50c. per month.
The Advestisei; has the largest ;
circulation and prints moie live new3 i
than any of its alleged contempo-
raries. Its advertising columng i
. nrovo tl;nt.Lnt;inpi53 mon l-rnrrr n ..i i fit A -j '
! fn; k " It: -r tV " , i tae at Palama. near Kins street.
rS 5" ' you ao j and close to the tramcars. Apply
not take this journal yon are behind to C. F. Peterson, over Bishop ,t Co.'s
the times. j Bank. 3274-tf
ttt A NEWLY FINISHED COT-
W ANTED USED
Iv old issues and
surcharges. In exchange for rare foreign
UNITED STAMP COMPANY,
15270 10t Oamaku, Ni:w Zkai.and.
4 FIRST-CLASS FAMILY BATHING
XJL Resort has been opened at Waikiki.
Tramcars pass the sate . Special arrange
ments can be made for Family Picnics
and Evening Bathing Parties. " .1274 '6m
Power of Attorney.
W. BOOTH IS AUTHORIZED
io act lor me :urinr mv aosence.
under full power of attorney.
:5273 0t Mrs. ANNA LONG.
liM'tO ii M'.l'l t'.MIJLK jsr,
1. house on kukni St red ul present
occupied by Cap. Fuller. Apply to
3142-tf ' A McKIRRIN.
'piIE HONOLULU feOAP WORKS
X Company, LimiteJ, hereby gives
notice, that it has filed in the office of the
of the Minister of the Interior, Articles of
Association as provided by law, and will
hereafter carry on business at Honolulu,
as a corporation with limited liability.
At a meeting of said Company held at
Honolulu, the rth day of January, A. D.
IHXi, the following Officers were elected :
F. W. McChesney President.
T. W. Rawlins Vice-President.
J. M. McChesney... j etary ami
J ( i reinsurer.
John Ena -Auditor.
J. M. McCIIESNEY,
Honolulu, January 12th, ISfKJ.
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5 cent, dark boie
5 cent, ultramarine hi
cent, green 50
10 cent, black 4 00
10 cent, vermilion 5 00
10 cent, brown 2- 50
12 cent, black qo
12 cent, mauve (j oo
15 cent, brown 5 00
IS cent, red ' jq 00
25 cent, 1 nrple 10 00
50 cent, red j5 QO
$l,carmim- 25 00
1 cent envelope 49
2 cent envelope ."."..'. 75
4 cent envelope 1 59
5 cent envelope V.V.7.".". 1 50
10 cent mvelopo '."J""'. 3 00
jjmXo torn stamps wanted at any
OKO. 10. WASHHURN,
(2o Octavta St., San Franciseo, Cal.
For Sale or Exchange.
RESIDENCE RECENTLY Oc
cupied by Hon. A. Rosa, adjoin
ing residence of it. L. Boardrr.au.
House new, pleasantly located 'and hav
ing all the modern improvements.
Rent reasonable. Inquire of
i. E. BOA RDM AN,
3192-tf Custom House.
A NEW ANT) CONVENIENT
Cottage on Kinau Ft., all improve
ments, Servants Room, Stable
and Carriage House, one block from the
horse car. Possession given immediately.
N. S. SACHS,
3213-tf 104 Fort street.
For Lease or Sale.
EDWIN A. JO n ES.
Has ojened an O.'li-.re for tran-arting
all business in connection with
Trusts, Purchase aid Sal of Bc-nds,
Stacks and Real Estate
And is prepared to Audit Accounts.
27"Okkice: 'n Merchant street.
P. O. Box No. -" "). 32.VMm
r. FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKING
RESIDENCE IN A VERY
desirable part of Honolulu. Par-
t, . io. i'lmng Room, 2 Bed Rooms,
1 antry, Kitchen, Sewing Room, in main
house. Cottage adjoining of 2 papered
Rooms, Store Room and Bath Room.
Lot 100x200 feet. Sell or exchange for
floaAerlI)r.?I)0rty and cash or Becurity.
All the buildings are new. One block
from Tramways. Apply at this office.
GO TO THE
on to -riiic
MISS BURROV'. (. f HOTEL
street. Washing I)rf?ss neat
ly made irom '. ty
tames and Evening
from 7 ariil up.
RKSIDEN'CE ON LL"N ALILO
street, at present occupied by E.
W. Hold-worth, containing double
parlors. 4 bedrooms, dressing nn
bath rooms, dining room, pantry ana
kitchen. Grounds 300x105 feet, we'll laid
out; servants' rooms, stable and chicken
house in rear of main building.
II. I. LILLIE,
22-tf with Theo. II. Davies & Co.
Board and Lodgin" " '''
roard and LodginZniiner
rcial monthly priceB.
n. n. tho: -as
'on tractor awl Buililer
CoNsfLATE Gr.NEK.U. or THE UNITKft j
Ho.von i.i', December 27, 1S92.)
k LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against the Estate of the late G.
II. Chase, an American Citizen, will
1 - - - A 11 . . . .
uH. 1 pieascj present me same to ttns office
?os I propem' venuen wiunn tnirty days
:n kinJs of lirick. iron
i2toL&l3A mgs. All kinds nf n.kk:...
tended"to. Ke or sal
II. W. SEVERANCE.
U. S. Consul Gpnr-rol
W. H. BENSON.
S'T'beavt' orders on slate at Room: 5
Pianos For Rent.
A'lin?ton Ifofel. Hf-tfi St
COM PA NY,
PIANOS IN GOOD ORDER
f rom $4.00 to 17.00 per month
THE HAWAIIAN NEWS
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