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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JAN UK AY 18, 1893.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL.
AT THE VOLCANO.
W1IAKF AND WAVE.
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
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A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Honolulu. 6:15 8:45 1:45 4:351
Arrive Honoullall.7:30 9:57 2:57 5:35!
Leave Uonoullull. 730: 10:43 3:43 5:421
Arrive Oonolala8:35 11:55 4:55 6:30t
PEABL CITT LOCAL.
Leave Honolulu... 5:10
Arrive Pearl City.., 6:4M
Leave Pearl City ...6:55
Arrive Honolulu. ...7:30
t Saturdays only.
. Due from
ST THE GOVERNMENT BCEVET. PUBLISHED
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New moon on the 17th. at 2h. 57m.. r. m.
; H f Yl I N 'i 1 N T E 1. Li G K N'C E.
TfKSO.w, Jan. 17.
Haw lirjjt Douglas Kml. '-) days from
San Francisco. ,
Stmr W i Hall, Sitnerson, from Mam
Sclir Ka Moi from I'aauilo.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Am brpt Douglas, Itocl, for Fanning's
Am schr Transit for San Francisco.
15r bk Velocity. Martin, for Hongkong.
Stmr Waialeale, Frocman.for Lahaina,
6tuir Tele, Fetersen, for Kifaiu-a" "and
btmr Kilauea IIou, Cameron, for Olo
walu and Hamakni.
citmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Molokai.
5 p m.
fitmr Mikahala, Chancy, for Kauai.
Schr Kawailani for Koolau.
VESSEL'S IN POUT.
(This list does not Include coasters.)
USS Boston, Wiltse. Hilo.
Haw bk Mauna Ala, Smith, Newcastle.
Am schr Transit, San Francisco.
Am bk 8 U Allen. Thompson, San Fran.
lit bk Velocity, Martin. Hongkong.
Am seh Kobt'Lcwers, Goodman, PtTwn'd
Am bfct Irmgard, Schmidt, Newcastle.
Am tk t I'lanter. Dow, Fort Townsend .
Am bk Sonoma, Anderson. San Francisco.
Am brgt W G. Irwin, McCulloch, San Fran
lir bk Scotch Wizzurd, Newcastle.
rOUE14i VKtSKLr KXPK?TKI.
Vpgs.-!ii. W!irt i ro'ii. n-e.
Gerbk II Hackfel I Liverpool Do.; 10
Haw schr Liliu Micronesia. ...Mar 31
Mis bkt Morning Star. Micronesia. . May '2.1
lir bk Tacora Liverpool . .Jan 2o-.'U
Hk Amv Turner Hoston May 20
Haw brgt Douglas San Fran. ..Jan 10
II S S Mohican, San Fran ...Ian 25
Schr Liholiho Fanning's Is Jan VJ
Jap corv Kon-go San Fran. . Jan 27
Am bkt J no Smith Newcastle Jan 15
Am bk Hilo Newcastle. . Feb 4
Am bkt M Winkelman. .Newcastle. .Feb 20
, Am bk Lady Lampson. Sydney. . . .Feb 2S
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr W (J
Hall, Jan 17 lit Kev F.ishop of Honolulu,
Col S Norris. K H Hailey. Chas T Wilder,
Mrs II C Brown. S Faron, Mrs W J Yates.
Mrs Kalaroa, Mrs EinaJia, Mrs Keawea
mahi, Masters Searle (2), 2 Chinese and dO
I M TORTS.
per stmr V G Hall 2S17 bags sugar, i;i
b3gs cotree, 103 bags awa, 3 bdls hides, 2
bdis ROSit skins. 30 bead cattle, 12 bbts poi.
75 pkgs sundris. Per schr Ka Moi 2000
Hawaiian Islauds Coffee.
The Kona Coffee Co. estimate
that in 1S94 and there ought
to be a production of at least 1,
000,000 pounds of cottee from the
various coftee plantations in the
Hawaiian Kingdom. The Kona
Co. has 120 acres under cultiva
tion, and expect to plant fifty acres
niore next year. It is evident that
the high price of coffee is stimulat
ing planting in new as well as eld
coffee-growing countries. A staff
correspondent of the New York
Tribune, writing from Cuba, states
that the owners of large estates
contemplate the replanting of
tracts formerly devoted to coffee.
There is abundant room for the
growth of coffee planting, and thai
in connection with the premium
high prices place on production,
should result in a large increase in
supply within nvc
possessing tiles of
MSzines. can have them bound up in
anv desired style at the Gazette Book
bindery v ..'n'Vram-isro or Bo
Wn be done in any San Fraiu iscoor Bos
' Iprv None but the best workmen
rv kind of printing at the Ga-
J; office enual to work done
FROM AND VFTEF-: OCT. 1,
Get your poi from the Hawaiian
Fruit and Taro Company.
Tho Xailehu mill has
grinding fur two week?.
Yesterday was a mo-t
day fur the public of Honolulu.
The new government has de
clared martial law for the time
The Road Board advertise for
additional sealed tenders for sup
plies. The (Ireig Brothers will return to
Fanning'd Island to-day on the
All the steamers that were to
leave yesterday will leave to-day
for their respective ports.
The land sale on Maui which
wa3 advertised to take place to
day has been postponed until fur
The steamer W. G. II all receiv
ed a telephonic message at Kau
last Sunday from Hilo stating that
the jury had acquitted Costa
Associate Justice Dole cf he
Supreme Court resigned his VK
tion yesterday to accept the execu
live oi the new provisional govern
-vJohn II. Soper has been ap
pointed Marshal. The police sta
tion was handed over to him last
evening without the least bit of
Copies of the new Columbian
stamps arrived with the Alameda's
mail. A description of the new
issue of stamps has appeared in
Nine native boys robbed a Chi
naman at Naalehu, Ilawaii,
last week. They took 11. 50 lrom
him. The boys were arrested and
sent to Hilo to await trial.
A Chinese named Ah Chong was
arrested yesterday for assaulting
one of his countrymen with an
iron rod. lie will be tried in the
District Court this morning.
. The proclamation
the new Government was printed in
English and Hawaiian. They were
distributed about town yesterday
afternoon and the went like hot
The fences around the govern
ment building were lined with
peoDle yesterday watching the pro
ceedings. There ..was no dist"- -
bannaiiV kifra, which sneaks i
well for the Honolulu public. !
Business about town was practi
cally suspended yesterday as ev
erybody was awaiting the result.
When the news announcing the
new government was made public
there were general congratulations.
Chief Engineer Asch caused the
arrest of seven natives yesterday
for incendiarism. They are charged
with setting fire to a vine arbor in
Emma Square on yesterday morn
ing. The Chief deserves credit for
the manner in which he has
handled his department service
since last Saturday.
The native policeman, wounded
by a pistol ball yesterday, was rest
ing easy at last accounts, and his
wound is declared not to be dan
gerous. A message of sympathy
was sent to him by the Provisional
Government, and also from Mr.
Good, which the recipient seemed
to appreciate very much.
Yesterday afternoon John Good
shot a native policeman in tho
shoulder for attempting to stop an
express wagon which contained
arms and ammunition. The affair
happened at the corner of Fort and
King streets. The native received
a wound in one of his shoulders
which is not considered dangerous
by the physicians.
A JAPANESE MASTER
lie Becomes as Immigration
Agent on His Own Account.
The twenty-six Japanese brought
up from Honolulu by the schooner
Aloha were landed yesterday, with
two exceptions. A Japanese named
Masa and a woman who claimed
to be his wife we:? ordered into
custody pending an investigation
by the Immigration Commision.
It is claimed that Masa went from
here to the Hawaiian Islands two
months ago and succeeded in in
ducing twenty-three male and two
female Japanese to take passage
on the schooner for this city, with
the understanding that he" would
see tnem lanaea nere upon the pay- j
ment of $10 apiece. !
1 he importation ot Japanese ironi
Hawaii is rousing some anxiety.
Their numbers are increasing and
it is evident that many of them are
being brought in in violation of the
immigration laws. The Japanese
form a far more desirable popula
tion than the Chinese and than
most of the Humrafian, Russian
ind like imniisiratio:v4hat is com-
i ing into the Atlantic ports from
Krope. Rut this country is not
! needing laborers from outside, and
J "ing iau
i the workliu
nen of this coast are
suspicious, lhey have lought ana
won one light to keep out laborers
i with whom they could not com-
pete, and they do not want an
other. S. F. Examiner, .Tan. Ith.
Across the Luke ou Horseback.
Anybody who has been to the
Volcano will remember in connec
tion with the grand sight of the
crater also the tiresome walk across
the lava to get there.
It has always been a drawback
and kept lots of people in delicate
health from getting a glimpse at
this great wonder f nature. Sjme
people who couldn't otherwise get
there have been carried over, but
we never rnide a practk-e of this
mode of conveyance.
We have for some time " had
horses at the foot of tlw steephills,
and although this was a big help
still people felt pretty well used
upon their return and had very
small appetite for supper.
So we concluded to remove this
bugbear and have now completed a
good safe bridle-path to within a
few feet of the brink of the crater.
Anybody who can sit on a horse
can now get over in less than half
an hour. The trip has even been
made in fifteen minutes right from
the hotel to the crater. Hilo peo-
- pie declare that it is nothing out a
t r, fi mi i
i. . . . . . . i
picnic, ana mey win come nere
every week as soon as the carriage
road gets finished.
For Honolulu people especially
who are of indolent habits and do
not love much walking, this going
to the crater on horseback ought
j to be a welcome opportunity ; and
: we shall expect them en masse
j this year.
j Besides the horse-trail we have
j also built a comfortable shed with
roof and soft-cushioned seats. Xo
! more, danger now of getting wet or
i catching cold while looking at the
lake. One gentleman found it so
cozy in this shed so he went to
sleep. Madame Pele, however,
wouldn't allow anything of that
sort, so she made a fearful noise
splashing her fire about savagely,
and the gentleman awoke rather
suddenly and thought he was in
To complete everything Madame
Pele herself has furnished us with
a kitchen. A few feet from the
main shed is another smaller one,
inside of which dry steam is pour
ing out hot enough to make a
kettle of water boil. You can take
your choice tea, coffee or toddy.
The lake is active, the weathe?
beautiful and thottlhlometer
registers ,4r?ll tllG ,norning, so
,WAe time for a sniff of fresh
air at the Volcano House.
AFFAIRS AT SAMOA.
Newspaper Correspondents Ex
A number of items appear in the
American papers respecting Samo
an affairs. Some are amusing for
their curious exaggeration and dis
tortion, some are astounding for
their audacious mendacity, while
others we don't know whether to
believe or not, says the Samoan
Weekly Herald of a late date. Of
the latter kind is the statement
that the men-of-war of the Treaty
Powers are going to assist the Sa
moan Government in the collection
of its taxes, and this is supple
mented by the report that the war
vessels are going to disarm the
natives. Both these statements
may possibly be true, but if true
then we think they indicate that
something like complete control
over Samoa is about to be as
sumed by one or all of the Powers.
For the Treaty Powers to appoint
the captains of their warships tax
collectors to the Samoan Govern
ment, and also to forcibly disarm
the natives would at once destroy
that autonomy which the framers
of the Berlin Treaty were so anx
ious should be maintained. That
some united action will shortly be
taken seems not only probable but
morally certain, but we very much
doubt whether the American press
correspondents have any reliable
information as to what the precise
nature of the contemplated action
may be. Until we have some
thing more authoritative it is
scarcely worth while to discuss
A Noble Christmas Gift.
Mr. John D. Rockefeller does not
propose to wait until tho Lord shall
have called him hence to dispose of
so much of his vast fortuno as he
cares to devote to charitable uses.
! Within three years he has given
j $3,500,000 toward the founding and
! maintenance of the University of
i Chicago. His latest sift of $1,000,000
was a Christmas olienng the prm-
ciprd sum to be reserved forever as
i an enuowrnent, and the income to be
! u?ed in the remuneration of lnstrnct-
j This charity is as noble in purpose
i as it is mmiiiieent in amount. It will
j remain a continuing reminder to all
: the generations that Mr. Rockefeller
j lived for others as well as for his
j own immediate kin. Even those
! who may call in question the meaus
by which this great benefaction was
accumulated can have no quarrel
with the manner of its disposal. Ex.
A bloody battle between jail offi
cials and a mob of lynchers occurred
at Bakersville, N. C, recently. Sev
eral people were killed and many
wounded' before the mob took the
jail. Three murderers were then
Diamond Head, Jan. 17. 0 p.m. :
Weather, clear ; wind, lizht N.K.
The b-irk Maun a Ala will be
! hauled alongside the W. G. Hall
to-dav to receive sugar. She will
leave'on Saturday lor San Fran
The schooner Robert Lewers
commenced receiving sugar yester
day. The P.rithdi hark Velocity, Capt.
It. Martin, will leave to-day for
The Hawaiian brig Douglas.
Capt. Hied, arrived yesterday,
twenty days from San Francisco.
She is expected to sail again to
day for Fannings Island.
A whaling schooner arrived off
port yesterday from San Fran
cisco. The four-master
leave to-day for
Transit will j
with a cargo of sugar
Quebkc, Jan. 4 It is rumored
here that the Canadian Pacific
Railway intends to transfer this
year the steamships Empress of
India, Empress of China and the
Empress of Japan, now employed
in the Pacific service between Brit
ish Columbia, and Japan, to the
Atlantic, where they will do service
between Liverpool and Quebec. The
Pacific service, so it is said, will be
performed by steamers of the Guion
The old Russian steamer Alex
ander, now refitting at an Oakland,
Cala., shipyard, is supposed to be
the vessel selected for the next
blackbirding trip, instead of the
schooner Alexander, as previously
Captain Robert A. Annet, an
American master mariner now in
Liverpool, has been shipwrecked
eight times in ten years. He lived
like Robinson Crusoe on Morant
Caes, an island in midocean, for
several months, was a member of
! the crew on the yacht which sailed
in November, l$iw, to search for
for Pirate Morgan's treasures, and
which was wrecked after a roman
tic cruise, and during the Buenos
Ayres insurrection was taken
prisoner by the insurgents and
condemned to .ii-IM
"Captain (Jox, ot the British
r - . . ,v . . .
steamer Hounslow, which arrived
at San Francisco recently from
Java, states that in the South Paci
r... i... , i a : o
iiu tiu cnuuuiueieti ;i ic-eui v;uj;
hurricane. The wind and sea were
something terrible, but the staunch
vessel came through without re
ceiving any damage.
The bulk of the old steamer
Heaver, the first steam vessel to
ply on Pacific waters, is to be con
verted into World's Fair souvenir
canes. The plan of taking her en
tire to the Fair was abandoned
because she would not hold to
gether. The old ship was built in
1SS5, and was brought around
Cape Horn by the Hudson Iay
A new marine light which will
soon be in place near Havre will
be the most powerful in the world.
It will be visible at sea a distance
of from 22 to 52 miles, according
to the condition of the weather.
Nkw York, Dec. 24. The death
of Captain John C. liaker, of the
United States revenue steamer
Seward, has just been announced.
He has been in command of the
Seward for the past three years.
The vessel is now in the Gulf of
Have your Christmas presents
marked with your name in gold
letters. Gazette building.
The Daily Advertiser is deliver
ed by carriers for 50 cents a month.
Ring up Telephones 88. Now is
the time to subscribe.
ON SATUIiD Y, A
Lane Black Newfoundland,
with white streak on breast
from Schooner Transit. $5 reward. Be
turn to this office. 327S-3t
WILL BE A MEET-
ing cf the Board of Dental
Examin?rs at the cilice of the Board of
Health, SATURDAY, January 21st, at
3 :3) o'clock r. m.
ROB T. W. ANDERSON.
i STORE KEY ON NUUANU ST.
2 V The owner can have same by calling
at this ofliee, proving property and paying
for this advertisement.
R. M. E. GROSSMAN, DENTIST,
h:i- returned from Hawaii and can
be found at his Oil: -c
A NEWLY FINISHED COT-
tage at Fa'ama, near Kinj: street,
and close to the tramcars. Apply
i to C. F. Peterson, over Bishop t Co.'s
j lis)" The Musical Library of the
i late G. L. liabcock i now on sale at
i the (tOLPKN Rule Bazaar.
1X7" VTinrer S: Winter, Dentists.
Ofliee, S3 Heretania :treet. Gold Fil
lings, Silver Filling, $1; Teeth
Extracted, -V ets. Eastern Price.
Mutual Telephone No. ZVK
XT' The Bon Ton Dressmak
ing Parlors are now at corner of
Fort and Ier tania treets, ojkMi t
tho-e of Honolulu and vicinity vih-
iii stylish stiit atul costumes, as w
also as comfortable and neat gown.
The public are now enabled to have
their wardrobes titled out as well and
with the same style a can be ol
taiued in San Francisco. ;vj:-lni
roi ! POI !!
Pure aiiJ Froli 11 nhnf-nndr i
In Q'i.uititi s to su';I individual
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN A3D FRESH!
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.
ijneen and Alakea Mieets.
F. WILSON, Manager.
5$Tell Telephone o;;s.
P. O. Fox 4'tl.
One Hundred Dollars
WILL PITY AN
Complete will) Tilting Tower, and a 21;
inch lrass, to.nbined Force and Lift
It h neatly new ; has never lu'on ued,
and is complete, ready for setiinsr "P
S5r"For further enquhies, apply to
T. Y. HOBKON'.
OSlca: Corner King and
(Over llobron t Newman'
Horns : '. to 12 and 1 to ".
Aninpil Meet i ni:.
ANNUAL MEFnXO OF
v v t. i
e Hawaiian Auneuiunai com
pany will he held at the office of C
Brewer & Company, Qi-'cn street, on
TIIUUSDAY, the hhU January, at 10
o'clock a.m. .1 . O. C A U VK ii,
Secretary Haw. Agricultural Co.
Honolulu, .fan. 12, 1S-K. 3:175-lw
"I7 ANTF.I) USED HAWAIIAN
V Stamps, esperiaily old issues and
surcharges. In uMeh-nje for rare foreign
UNITED STAMP COMPANY,
:27f) 10c Oamaku, Nkw Zealand.
4 FIItST-U LASS FAMILY BATHING
J. ltesort has been opened atWaikiki.
Tramcars pass the gate . Special arrange
ments can he made for Family Picnics
and Evening Bathing Parties. 3274 3m
Power of Attorney.
Y. BOOTH IS AUTHORIZED
to act for mfi during mv absence,
under full power of attornev.
3273 -fit Mrs. ANNA LONG.
'ROM SEPTEMBER i.vr, THE
louse on Kukui Stret t at present
occupied !r Capt. Fuller. Applv to
3M2-tt A McKIBIIIN.
A. J ONK.S.
Oifi -- for tran-:a injr
n connection with
Has oiK-m-d an
Trusts, Parcto) and Sib of Bonds,
and Real Estate
Mere! i ant -treet.
BURROW, i.-9 HOTEL
-;r-ct. Washing Dicsses neat
ly mail from :). Stylish Cos
1 unies ar.d Evening Dresses
!!!?!. s7 and
IMA No TUNINCJ
fj& Leave order on fl.it
Arlington lintel. Hotel St
.it i:.. .mi
J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James
Episcopal Church, Kufaula, Ala.:
"My son lias been badly afflicted
with a fearfuland threatening cough
for several month, and after tryiug
several prescription's from physicians
which failed to relieve hira, he lias
been perfectly restored by the use ol
two bottles of Bo
An Episcopal schee's German Syr
up. I can recotn
Rector. mend it without
severe, dsep-scated coughs like this
are as severe tests as a remedy can
be subjected to. It is for these long
standing cases that Boschee'sGcr
man Syrup is made a specialty.
Many others afflicted as this lad
was, will do well to make a note ol
J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn.,
writes: I always use German Syrup
for a Cold on the Lungs. I have
never found an equal to it far less
G. G. GlilltS.Sok Mari'fr,Voodbury,NJ.
FOR THE SWEET
Wo keep tho Purest and
Host. Novelties in the
Christmas Tree Orna
ments, Bon Bons, etc.
We have an ex
display for Hol
idays. You aro cordially
invited to inspect
HART & CO.
UK. E. TURNER
Has removed her
To Hotel St., Opp. tho Y. M. C. A. Hall
Where she is prepared todo Dressmaking
(fiCfc ..--.!.. -,pt stvlea. Tho new method
in nil IflHTHinT, An.v.vvl aim method
oi iu ni-uiunir cmino nMflg .. - q
i5ow used by all tho leading dres
in San b rancisco) .
XyAll work neatly and promptly
finished. Prices as reasonable a3 any in
the city. 3234-tf
For Rent or Lease.
A LARGE BRICK BUILDING
on Fort street. Is suitable for a
Business Location or for Storaeo
Room. For further information, apply
to HARRISON BROTHERS,
NOTICE OF 1NC0RP0R4TI0N7
'IMIE HONOLULU 60 AP WORKS
JL Company, Limited, hereby gives
notice, that it has filed in the office of the
of tiie 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 5th day of January, A. D.
1S93, the following Omcers were elected :
F. W. McChesney.. President.
T. W. Rawlins .Vice-President.
J. M. McChesney... j
Honolulu, January 12th, 1893.
RESIDENCE RECENTLY Oc
cupied by Hon. A. Kosa, adjoin
ing residence of G. E. Boardman.
House new, pleasantly located and hav
ing all the modern improvements.
Rent reasonable. Inquire of
G. E. BOARDMAN,
3192-tf Custom House.
A NEW AND CONVENIENT
Cottage on Kinau St., all improve
ments, Servants Room, fetable
and Carriage House, one block from the
horse car. Possession given immediately.
N. S. SACHS,
32J2-tf 104 Fort street.
For Lease or Sale.
RESIDENCE ON LUMALILO
street, at present occupied byh
W. Holdsworth, containing double
parlors. 4 bedrooms, dressing an
bath rooms, dining room, pantrv ana
kitchen. Grounds 300x105 feet, we'll laid
out ; servants' rooms, stable and chicken
house in rear of main building.
R. I. LILLIE,
2x22-tf with Tbeo. H. Davies & Co.
C":---CLArK Gmneuai. or the Unitkd
HoNon i.r, December 27, 1892.
LL PERSONS HAYING CLAIMS
2 against the Estate cf the late G.
II. Chase, an American Citizen, will
pleasi present the same to this office
properlv verified within thirtv davs.
H. W. SEVERANCE,
:I2;3 lm U. S. Consul General.
Pianos For Rent,
PIANOS IN GOOD. OKDEK
from $ 1.00 to $7.00 jer month.
MUSIC DEPARTMENT OK
THE HAWAII AIT, NEWS
The trcn-th of T.mio
Fi.ot'u is four to one, that is
it takes four pounds of
fresh taro to make one pound
of the tlour. Compare Him
with the relative M rent;! h
of other food products, and
everything else fades into
insignificance. The Taro
i-Youn is growing into favor
with the medical profes
sion, because they are the
first to recognize the true
merit of health food.
Babies thrive upon it and the
weak grow strong, it may
he procured at any grocery
store as well as at the
company's depot. Queen
and Alakea streets.
Pv the Steamer City of Uio do Janeho
SILK AND CREPE!
Fnr IdieR' Dresses. Ties, Han .Jkerchief.
Crepe Undershirts, Silk Shawl.
CT A treat variety of the nevrfM,
useful ornamental articles in
jfiCTTho stock being vary extensive,
enumeration is impossible. An early
JAPANESE ltAZAAK, Hotel ft.,
320S lw .1. M. dk Sa k Sh.va.
FUIiT NICKEL COLUMBIA
Bicycle, property ol W. S. Mall-
bv. Apply of
TWILL PAY CASH, FOR E1TIIEK
L large or email quantities of used Ha
waiian Post n go Stamps, as follows:
(These offers aro i-r I undred and any -quantity
will be accepted, no matter how
small, at the same rates.)
1 cent, violet I
1 cent, blue W
2 cent, vermilion..
2 cent, brown...
2 cent, violet, 1891 issue :;. t0
5 cent, dark blue 160
5 cent, ultramarine blue (X)
6 cent, green 2 60
10 cent, black M 4 00
10 cent, vermilion 5 00
10 cent, brown 2 50
12 cent, black 6 00
12 cmt, mauve 6 00
15 cent, brown m 5 00
18 cent, red
25 cent, purple
50 cent, red
1 cent envelope
2 cent envelope...
4 cent envelope. ..
5 cent envelope
10 cent enveloiw 3 (X)
SSfNo torn stamps wanted at any
GEO. E. WASHBURN,
625 Octavia St., San Francieco, Cal.
For Sale or Exchange.
RESIDENCE IN A VERY
desirable part of Honolulu. Par
lor, Dining Room, 2 Bed Rooms,
Pantry, Kitchen, dewing Room, in main
house. Cottage adjoining of 2 papered
Rooms, Store Room ana Bath Room.
Lot 100x200 feet. Sell or exchange for
smaller property and cash or security.
All the buildings are new. One block
from Tramways. Apply at this office.
GO TO THE
OK TO TIIK
Table Board $1 ;r day.
Board and Lod ginj- $2 " "
Board and Lodging $12 per w eek.
VS3T Special monthly prices.
T. E. KROUSE. PnopRiEToii.
E. B. THOMAS
Contractor and Builder
ESTIMATES. .GIVEN ON
all kinds of Brick, Iron,
Stone and Wooden Build
ings. All kinds of Jobbing
in the building trade at
tended to. Keeps for sale: Brick, Lime
Cement, Iron Stone Pino and Fittinps old
and new Corrugated iron, Minton Tile?,
Quarry Tiles, assorted m'zesr and colors .
California and Monterey Band, Oranii
Curbing and Blocks, Etc., Etc.
Office and Yard Cor. King end rfinifb
Ets. Office Hours 8 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 p.
Telephones Bell 351; Mutual 417. It!
dence, Mutual 410. P. O. Box 1 17.
Ktj i fs acknowledjroa
tiie leading: ririlT for
Clonorrhoeft A Olet.
The only ia:e reine1y lor
Lcocorrkcra or White.
I oreacrlbe it am! feci
xriooitb afe lnrerc-acnUiriSlt
THiEwnsCHtMitPo to all aufrerer-i
Sold by DrinnrUtAi
a'BICX f IOtt.
UOB&N, NKWlflANA C?0., AgtLtS, lloUOlQl
HollisterA Co., Wholesale Agents,
ttspioft, Smith . Co.. Wljolr-al Agentt
F43f him Btriciw.
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