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TIME TABLE. FROM A.HD VPTKR OCT. 1, 182. TRAINS A..M. A.M. r.M. . Honolulu. 6:15 8:48 1:45 .. Hononllall.T:20a 9:8? 2:5? r.M. 4:85f 6:38t nonoalla1I.?30: 10:43 8:4S 5:42T HnnAlala.8:35a 11:55 4:85 0:5Ot Arrlw PKA&L CITT LOCAL. (tf Ilooolala... rrlv Ferl City... . City ...6:55 Arrive Honolulu. ...7:30 t Saturdays only. SnnriarH excepted. 5:101 8:481 SatupUv x-?pted. FOREIGN MAIL SERVICE. Steamship! will leave for and arrive from San Francisco, on the following dates, till the cloie of lSStt. Leave Hosolclc for Saj Fkascisco. O telle My 29 Miowera. for n- coover June 1 Alameda ....Junel City Feting. - J une U China June 18 asralia...Jun 21 Warrimoo, for Van couver...... July 1 Belgic June 27 Mariposa J one 29 Peru July 7 Oceanic July 17 Australia July 19 Uio Janeiro.. July 25 Monowai July 27 Gaelic Ang. 6 City Peking. Aug. 1 Australia Aug. Id Alameda Aug. 24 Australia... Sept. 13 Mariposa... fcipt. 21 Oceanic Kept. 25 Australia. . . . Oct. 11 Monowai ct. 19 China Nov 6 Australia Nov 8 Alameda.... Nov. 16 Oceanic Dec. 4 Australia Dec. G Alameda Dec. 14 City Peking. .Jan. 2 Dce at Hosolclt; Fm. Sas i RASCIICO. Monowai June 1 Australia. ..June 14 Miowera.frora Van couver J une 21 Alameda June 29 China July 9 Australia July 12 W arrinioo.1 rom Van couver July 21 Mariposa July 27 Oceanic Aug. 7 Australia.... Aug. Q Monowai. ..Aug. 24 Australia Sept. 6 China Sept. 18 Alameda Sept. 21 Australia Oct. 4 Oceanic Oct. 16 Mariposa Oct. 19 Australia. Monowai. . China Australia.. Alameda. . ,. Nov. 1 JNOV. It .Nov. 27 ..Deo. 6 .Dec. 14 Oceanic. .. Iec25 Australia Jan. 3 Meteorological Beeerd. ST TH8 OTOBSlCXir BUR YET. KTZBT MOVDAY. rtTBLIBHXD 1 2 Day. r, 5 ? D S g. g. 3 B B C ?B Sao 30.10 33.06 72 81 0.00 63 3 4 MOD 15 30.10.30 07 Ti 82 O.OOj 71 3 be 4 TUOT l!l.i6 30 10 71 82 0tl 59 3 5 Wed 17 3U.14 30 C 71 8i 0 OS: 59 3 n 5 ThU' 18 30.15 3U t 71 71 0.06 77 6 K 4 Yri. 19 30 14 30 10 71 82 0.16 63 4 H 5 8M.. 0 30 151 12 72 -1 O.Ofi' 61 3 KKK 3 Tides. Bun and Moon. ST O. t. Lion. CD (C P ana a , m 5.19 C.34 0.38 5 19 6.3 1.16 13.18 6.35 .1.49 5.18 6.35 2.-3 6.18 6.86 2 48 5.18 6 36 3.23 5.18 6.37 3.55 as , o o D7 3 r m BS o. 9 p.m. p.m. a.m. p.m iSl.1.60 0. o 5.S0 3. 0 5.15 6.45 TaM... V7d... 11.20 -2! T. 0 7. 0 0.60 ,.m. Tdot... frt i.3o o.ao; 2.10 0.45! 2.25! 1.151 3. Oj 2. 6j 7.20 7.20 8.15 8 80 0.35 7. 8.10 M 27 flun....! FIrt quarter of the moon. May 22a at 4b. A. M. 21m. -ri-.. ttti.M Mnri m,t lb. 2rfm. Sis. P.M. of Honolulu tinie, which Is the same as 12h. Om. Os. of Greenwich time. SHIPPING 1ST2LLIQECE. AKKIVAL9. Tucesdav. ilay 25. dtmr C K Bishop, Le Claire, from "Waia- Hfmr k!n fiahnn. from Kaliuku. atmr Lehua. Weisbarth. from Hamakua. DEPARTURES. Thcmpai. May 25. atmr C It Bbbop. Le Claire, for Lahaina. Stmr Pele, Peterson, for Makawen. VESSEL leavino to-day. Stmr Kaala. Gahan. for Waianae ami Wnialna nt 9 a m. Stmr W O Hall, Sirucrson, for Maui ami Hawaii, at 10 a m. , Stmr Lehua. Wiesbartli, for Laupaboe- IS ft a i A t m . Am schr Transit, Jorgenen. for San Francisco. VESSELS IN I'OUT. (ThlA list does not ladade cotr. ZtAYAI VK38E1.8. 0 8 8 Boston, Day, Hilo. (J 8 d Adams, Nelson, Sau Francisco. l M S Hyacinth, May, Esquimalt. MEBCHASTME5. Am Mis bkt MomingStar.Garland.lv usaie. Lrsch Norma. Macquarrie, Yokohama. Br sh Greta, Garland, Newcastle. Amhirri) Rrvaat. San Francisco. Br bk Gainsborough. McPbail. Newcastle. Bk Amy Turner. Pendleton, irom 1. m hi- AihrK Windine. San Francisco Am bk Matilda, Swenson, Nanaimo. B. CJ Am schr Transit. J orgensen, oau f"u. Am brt W G Irwin, Williams. San Fran FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTEO. VeiaeU. " Where from. ln. Am bk Harvester S F (Hilo). .May 21 Am bkt Irmgard 8 F May 2S Am bk S C Allen . ... S F May 28 R :f s MnnnwAi S F June 1 Am bk Discovery S F ?. .June O P 3d Miowera Sydnev June Am brgt Lurline 8F( Hilo) June Am btt Mary Winkelraan . . .S F.. .June ArabkAlden Besse... S F(Kah)..June Am b?t Uonnelo SFlKab) .June GerbkGN Wilcox ...Liverpool.. July 4-10 BrbkLadstock L'pool-.July 25-31 Ger bk J C Pfluper Bremen. . .Sept 5-15 Am bk Martha Davis.. Boston Dec 5-15 IMPORTS. Per Kaala 2025 bags sugar. Per C R Bishop 24G5 bags sugar. Per Lehua 30G0 bags sugar and 25 head taiue. Girls from tho Dressmaking De partment of Kawaiahao Seminary may be employed to go out sewing by the day or week to do. plain dressmaking or sewing. Am bkt S N Castie. HUDDam, irom or. Am schr King Cyrus, Christiansen, N wc le Am schr Lyman D Foster, Dreyer. Nwc'le LOCAL, AND GENERAL. See card of Chas. B. Cooper, M. witn olhce hours. Baron de Tuyll leaves Francisco on the Gaelic. for San G. Schuman lulu-made cart gain. has a new, Ilono- for sale sit a bar- The U. S. S. Boston will leave on a short cruise next week for target practice. A light covered buggy in good condition for $100 is a bargain. See advertisement. Geo. C. Stratemeyer's appoint ment as customs store-keeper is announced this morning. James F. Morgan will eeli to morrow, at noon, shares of stocks in five different companies. The Hawaiian band will play xnis evening at i nomas square ana - a m i Saturday afternoon at the base tr i 1 t- i-u i i Kaleka Kalihuna has been ap- . . i i . . .. . . . , - pointedadm.nistratrixofthees ate of..,J?sep? Jaln1llaS' decea5et1' with bond fixed at $800. j in, r. uorKau win bcu :ti ins t T-i tr :i i.; salesrooms on Saturday land on Maui and Oahu under foreclosure of mortgnge to V. II. Cornwell. James F. Morgan will sell at auction today the furniture of the Palace ice cream parlors, together with the goodwill of the business. The government pay day will hereafter be on the last day of each month, the same as prior to March of this year, so says Minister Porter in the "By Authority" col umn. At the store of Mrs. Thos. Lack, Fort street, on Saturday, May 27th, at 10 o'clock a. m., Jas. F. Morgan will dispose oi at puonc auction ine enure siock in iraae, sueives, i v . 1 counters, etc. The cfnia vf 11100 cliniv r o cno C tUX llAilUlV.Cy ClJVlf etc., of II. F. Wichman, at the old nrpmicpa Tfnrt. Rtrppt.. toiM hfi Bolfl fit public auction by Jas. F. Morgan, on Saturday next. May 27th at 10 O Clock A. M. Geo. C. Potter has been ap pointed an aid-de-camp, with the rank of major, on the personal staff of the President of the Pro- visional government oi me na- Waiian ISianaS. Those in search of bargains in furniture, etc., at private sale, may find them at tho residence ot JHr. W. C. Weedon, Alapai street. Those wishing to examine the fur niture offered for sale will find the house open from 3 to 5 p. m. each day. DECORATION DAY. It Will be Observed by Geo. W. De Long I'ost, G. A. R. The members of Geo. W. De Lone Post. No. 45. G. A. R., will observe Decoration day, Tuesday, May 30th, with the usual appro priate ceremonies. 'The post will march to the Nuuanu cemetery where the graves of departed com rades will be decorated with flow- ers and solemn services neiu according to the ritual of the order. A cordial invitation has been extended to all residents and visitors who have served in the army or navy of the United States in the late civil war to participate with the post in the ceremonies. Those wishing to donate flowers for the occasion are requested to ring up Mutual telephone No. 226, and they will be called for. The Hoard of Health. Owing to interruptions the board of health meeting for this week bids fair to go over. On Wednes day last it was postponed on ac count of Queen Victoria's birthday, and again yesterday owing to the illness of the president of the board, W. O. Smith. In case nothing in tervenes the board will probably meet this afternoon at 6 o clock. Due notice will be given by tele phone. Hawaiian Mission Children. The annual meeting for the elec tion of officers of the Hawaiian Mission Children's Society, will held at the residence of Hon. S. I. Dole, on Saturday evening, May .27th, at which time the annual re ports of officers and the president s address will be presented and read. All members of the society are expected to ba present. Circuit Court Items. Tomorrow will" be the last daj' of the present May term, and many untried cases will have to go over. Ah Lov, a Chinaman, arrested for housebreaking on the premises of Lum On, was found not guilty and discharged. The sentence of August Herring, previously convicted of man slaughter in the second degree, is set for today at 9 :30 a.m. New Goods. The Pacific Hardware Co. have just received per Amy Turner from Boston, and steamer Australia from the Coast, large consignments of new goods in their line. Particu lars later. JLiY PACIFIC COM&1ERC1AJL ADVERTISER, MAY 20. 1893. rules are stated by Lord n, as follows : Firt : y tho agreement the Au Aito do aDvtbiijs? to the Pieces purpose of putting fitato in which the Everyone Na bound to accept American is pro613 worded, . , th perform Dr. McGrew has tbbalJ, iu the can flag in Honola. indicating also knows that the flag. ta been at the service of aniecond : wished to borrow it for anv be otic purpose, whether Haw1. or American, it has playea one wanting such a medicine prominent part in almost everperman Syrup is the best. patriotic celebration that has taken pmce in Honolulu lor years, and "Dr. McGrew's big flag" has become almost a household expression in Honolulu. At the commencement of the recent troubles it was hung in front of the doctor s residence ii nas neen Hanging there ever since, night and day, with the ex I . f . cepuon oi one or two occasions I when it has been placed in a more i stance, at the Opera house on the . ' , t .,aoiju U4 two laicncu iu iuc laic Captain Wiltse. In fact the flag has almost come to be regarded with veneration by Americans re siding here With this introduction even the unsympathetic reader may imagine the indignation which pervaded the American community yesterday morning when it became known that this venerated flag had been torn from its fastenings and liter ally torn to pieces. An Advertiser reporter visited Dr. McGrew last night and was shown what was left of the flag. The miscreants who were responsible for this dastardly deed have not yet been identified, although the police and some mem-f bers of the annexation club are ori their track. It is a source of congratulation that this time-honored flaer has not been so badly injured but that i it I .... can be repaired, alter which it will be put back in its old place. In the meantime Dr. McGrew has put up another American nag in the same place, and publicly an nounces that it will not be healthy for anyone to fool with it. WHARF AND WAVE. Diamond Head. May 25. 10 p. M. : Weather, clear ; wind, light N. The eteamers Lehua, C. R. Bish I rm nA Umrrht rocfor1otr tooU bags of sugar. The Pele left yesterday with 250 tons of coal for Makaweli planta tion. The schooner Transit will proba bly leave today for San Francisco with a cargo of sugar, Tho barkentine S. N. Castle will sail for San Francisco about next Wednesday. The brigantine Wm. G. Irwin will load after the Castle The schooners Transit and Ly man u. r oster are at the U. ii. & L. Co.'s wharf. ine steamer lenua brougnt ves- uay dUGO bags sugar from Lau pahoehoe and 25 head of cattle from Kawaihae. She leaves again this afternoon for Laupahoehoe and other llamakua ports. Capt. Weisbarth, of the Lehua, sighted a bark entering liilo bay on Sunday last. It is supposed to be the Harvester from ban Fran Cisco, ihere are now two foreign vessels at Jiilo. FOR AMERICANS ONLY. Movement to Form New Organization. Shortly after the organization of the annexation club, it was deter mined by the American citizens resident here to organize a camp of the patriotic order of the Sons of America. As a preliminary step. Mr. F. B. McStocker has sent the following letter for permission and instructions to organize the order in Hawaii : "Brethren, Greeting: For the pur pose of more firmly binding together the Americans of these islands, and to preserve the tire of patriotism intact in their hearts, it has been deemed advisable to organize a camp of the patriotic order of the Sons of America, and I am directed to write to you for the purpose of obtaining thenecessarv information as to what is requisite for tne immediate formation of said c .' p; mat is, charter fees, forms. : .orization, etc. The undersigned is an ex-member I the organization, having been pre-i-dent of camp No. 9 of Sau Francisco, and a member of the state camp of California, in 1S83. "Hoping you will give this your immediate attention, and the hand of fellowship will be extended from the shores of Maine to those of Hawaii, the proposed new star in the constella tion, I remain yours fraternally, 'F. B. McStocker." Marshal's Sale. Marshal Hitchcock has posted notices of sale of property under execution in the case of C. On, plaintiff, vs. D. M. Crowley, defend ant, in which the plaintiff recovered judgment in the sum of $117.90 against the defendant. The prop erty levied on consists of one sew ing machine, one picture, two stands, one case for magic lanterns and one box of slides. The sale will take place on Tuesday, June 23d, in front of the station house. All kinds of artistic printing at the Gazette Office. German Syrup" For Coughs & Colds. John F. Jones, Edom, Tex., writes I have used German Syrup for the past six 3-ears, for Sore Throat, Cough, Colds, Pains in the Chest and Lungs, and let me say to any Hv. Baldwin, Carnesville.Tenn., Pr- I have used your German broth, my family, and find it the had none I ever tried for coughs sible. recommend it to every- Iri the c roubles. J. L. Osmer,- and delivered. Druggist, ol $15.35, judgment : After trying the plaintiff for tfc.ani Pjepara- In the criminal nd shelves, the court very-little wLe?S: the exception of the trial of Pali- kapu, who was charged with mali cious mischief in destroying a cer tain taro patch, and who escaped with a reprimand from the court. Two truants, Halo and Nalua, were discharged upon promising'to sin no more. In the cases of the Provisional government against Ah Young, Ah Kee and Ah Hue, and A. Martin and J. Silva a nolle pros, was en tered. Four minor cases went over for trial today and seven others were set for Tuesday, May 30th. An ljong ana An wan, opium fiends, have been released on bail. John Burke has been arrested for assaulting a Chinaman named Ah Kim at Bay view, and will board with Marshal Hitchcock until his trial comes on, unless he furnishes bonds sooner. False Statement. Cap?nin Good authoritatively denies the statement published in the Bulletin last night to the effect that Stone, the jail-breaker, had been sren going in and com ing out of the barracks last Mon day Might. Captain Good de nounces the statement as false in every particular and says that had btone put in an appearance as alleged he would have been promptly arrested, "i am con vinced" said the captain to an Advertiser reporter, that the Bul- etm is purposely publishing lying statements of this kind for poli tical purposes." npHE ABOVE SEWARD WILL BE L paid for any information that will lead to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons who purloined tho copy 01 Mr. .1 . L. btevens' Kemarks on tiie Hawaiian Situation, and published the same in an evpningpaper in this city, May 24. UAYX4. UAZiyrris uu. May 25, 1893. . 33!X) 1431-tf Cart for Sale. ONE IIONOLULU raad4 Cart, nearly new and in first-class order; can be had at a bargain. This Cart is easily mounted, being one of thos9 favor ed open seated Carts. Can be seen at Wright & Son's Carriage Miop, King St. For lurther particulars, applv to 3390 U G. SCHUMAN. For Sale. A LIGHT COVERED BUG gy in good condition; price 100. Inquire of H. M. WHITNEY, 46 Merchant Street. Notice. A CORDIAL INVITATION IS EX- -TjL tended to all residents and visitors who served in the army or navy of the United States of America in the late civil war to join with Geo. W. da Long Post No. 25, G. A. R., Department of California, in observing Memorial Day, May SOth, 1803. J. N. WRIGHT, J. V. SiiiERSON, Commander. Adjutant. 3390 td Notice. PERSONS WISHING TO CONTRI bute Flowers to the G. A. R. Post, for decoration day services, if they will ring up 226 Mutual Telephone, the Flow ers will be called for, or if they choose to forward to Post Room on King Street, please leave tbni by 10 o'clock: a. m. on TUESDAY, May 30th. PER THE COMMITTEE. 3390-4t CHARLES B. COOPER, M. D , 3?liysiciau. and. Surgeon. Office : 34 Alakea Street. Officz Hours: 10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m; Sundays 9:30 to 10:30 A. M. TKLSPnosES : Mutual 424, Bell 116. TIksidence: No. 10 Union Street, Mutual Telephone 490, Honolulu, U. I. 3350-tf 100 WAl Kctu tfitcriiscmcnts. GREAT REDUCTIONS NEW LINE Fine Tailors' Goods, Cashmeres! SERGE, DIAGONALS, Elc. Etc., Entirely new pattern". Suits made to j7""Goods guaranteed to fit. GOO KIM, AN ALLROTJND CHANGE. Commissioner Blount, Minister to Hawaii. Those desirous of haviig"tuftiv. Pianos Tuned or repaired, wil please send in their orders to W. H, Benson, at the Arlington. 3382-3t EST" Novelties in Lyoii9 Silk Ladies' Parasols, very stylish Chiffon Scarfs and Fichus, at N. S Sachs', Fort street. gjGF" Fresh Island Potatoes re ceived weekly, and for sale at the IXL. Bengal Silkaline Draperies, new choice patterns at 25 cents yard, also a good assortment of Serim Draperies just received at Sachs', 10-t Fort street. EST' Finest Enameled Cabinet Photo's Only $ 2 per dozen at " Cos MOPOLITAN l'HOTO (jr AXiXjERY. ISO. 110 Nuuanu Street. j&Sf Cosmopolitan Photo Co. Makes and Finishes Pictures in three davs. There are three of us and all hustlers. 3341-tf ggf For Bargains in New and Second hand Furniture, Lawn Mow ers, WicKer tjnairs, uaraen nose, etc.. call at the I. X. L.. corner of Nuuanu and King streets. CtSr Now is the time to lay in a stock of Honolulu Soap, iou can buy it of the Honolulu Soap Works for 50 cents a box less than inferior soap is now selling for in San Fran- Cisco, iiignest prices paia ior wiiow. 3317-tf. ffjCT" If you want to sell out your Furniture in its entirety, call at the I. X. L. Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps, Busts, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounges, Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets, Sewine: Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. 1ST The Musical Library of the late G. L. Babcock is now on sale at the Golden Rule Bazaar. 3264-1 tf sy Tlie Bon Ton Dressmak ing Parlors are now at corner of Fort and Beretania streets, open to those of Honolulu and vicinity wish ing stylish suits and costumes, as well also as comfortable and neat gowns. The public are now enabled to have their wardrobes fitted out as well and with the same style as can be ob tained in San Francisco. 3267 Prompt returns made on Goods sold on commission at the I. X, Iu FOR SAN FKANCISCO AMERICAN BARK 0. D. BRYANT JACOBSEN, Master. 3 Will sail for the above port on or about Having superior Cabin accommodations. gjFFor Passage, apply to H. Hackfelcl & Co., 3386-3t AGENTS. Notice. M' OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED for six weeks, from May 29 until Julv 12, durins my absence. 33S9 hv Drt M. K. GROSSMAN. Money to Loan. IN SUMS NOT LESS THAN $1,000 on first-class securitv. For particulars, applv to T. P. DIAS, 3385-2w At Gonsftlve3 & Company's. Hois; Vasturo :it Kaneolie. HORSES PASTURED AT reasonable rates, and on the best of feed. Apply W. F. ALLEN, Manager at Ranch; Mutual Tele phone 713. 3340-tf Or Mb OF order at prices ranging from $l to $23. Nuuanu Street, THE EIITK Ice Cream Parlors Are well known for their excel lent quality of Pine Ice Cream, Cakea, Candies, Pies, Fanoy Pastries, Ioe Cream Soda, Sherbets, Hot Coffee, Tea and Chocolate, Etc. The most attractive colllection of Island Curios ! CPT NATIVR FANS a specialty. 85 Hotel Street. Typewriting," Engrossing, Draughting H. M. MIST Is prepared to undertake any business in the above named lines. Office with Mr. E. A. Jones ; entrance Merchant Street. 3372-lm MISS BURROW'S Dressmaking Rooms 9 HOTEL STREET. Prices lower than elsewhere in Hono lulu. Latest styles as worn in London and Paris. A specialty of Washing Dress es. All worK neatiy ana promptly finished. 3340 PIANO TUNING! W. H. BENSON. rjflr-Leave orders on slate at Room 13 Arlington Hotel. Hotel 8t 3040-lmtf W. A. KINNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: No. 66 Fort Street, (W. O. Sraith's Law Office). 3360-tf ANCHOR SALOON JOHN- WIELAND'S Extra Pale Lager Beer On Draught Clear, Cool and Invigorating. Also, always on hand OYSTER -:- COCKTAILS ! OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. glOTlloi Lunch from 11 :30 a. m. to 1:30 p.m daily. 3373 lm To Let. THE PREMISES SITUATE on th ecorner of Beretania and Alanai Streets. The House is arge and contains five airy Rooms with artrs T.an.ii an d the lot. These Pre mises are pleasantly and conveniently ocated. Possession given May isr, 893. Apply to J. ALFRED MAGOON, Next Post Office. 3357-tf "ILAN1W4I." A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY BATHING Resort has been opened alWaikiki. Tramcars pass the gate . Special arrange ments can be made for Family Picnics and Evening Bathing Partiea. 3274-3m To Let or Lease. THOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES on Beretania Street, lately occupied by Mr. E. W. Peterson. For particulars apply to E. C. ROWK, 3292-tf Kine Street. Assignee's Notice. THE UNDER8IGNED, THE As signee in bankruptcy of the estate of M. R.deSar, gives notice that he has filed in the Supreme Court his accounts as such Assignee, and has asked for a settlement of the same and a discbarge, and that hearine on the same has been set for FRIDAY, May 26th. 1893, at 10 a.m. F. W. McOHESNEY, Assignee of the Estate of M. R. de Sar, Bankrupt. 3337-St ViONOLULu Golden Role Bazaar POLK AOKNT FOR CSLKMUATHD Remington Typewriter ! Which has no equal. Society Stationery, Blank Books, . Office Supplies. A JiEW AND FULL STOCK OF To suit all sights careful testa made by vwometer, which must be correct. ic Gold Framed Specta- The undersigned are pre pared to give intending tour ists the advantage of a . Special Round Trip Rate FROM HONOLULU TO Chicago 1 Return In connection with tho Steam ers of tho Oceanic Steamship Co. of San Francisco and tho Union Steamship Co. of Now Zealand. tSPTurther particulars may , be had upon application. 3349 LIMITED. MRS. E. TURNER Has removed her DRESSMAKING LOOMS To Hotel fit, Opp. tho 7. H. a A. Hall Where she is prepared to do Dressmaking in all the latest styles. TH new method of form-fitting employed (the method now used by all the leading dressmakers in San Francisco). tJty All work neatly and promptly finished. Prices as reasonable as any In the city. 3234-tf GO TO THE EAGLE HOUSE, Nuuanu Avenue, Oil TO TIIK ARLINGTON HOTEL Hotel Street. ELATE 8 Table Board $1 per day. Board and Lodging...... $2 ' " Board and Lodging $12 perwoek. 3TSpecial monthly prices. T. E. KROUSE, Prophietob. E. B. THOMAS Contractor and Builder ESTIMATES GIVEN OM all kinds of Drick, Iron btone and Wooden Build ingn. All kinds of Jobbing in the building trade at tended to. Keeps for sale: linck. Lime Cement, Iron Btone Pine and Fittings, old and new Corrugated Ircn, M In ton Tiles, Onarrv Tiles, assorted sizes and colors ; California and Monterey Band, Oranit Curbing and Blocks, Etc., Etc. Office and Yard Cor King and Smith 8ts. Office Honrs 8 to 12 a.m.. 1 to 4 r.M Telephones Bell 351 ; Mutual 417. Rest dence, Mutual 410. P.O. Box 117. 2832-q For Lease. THOSE DESIRABLE PRE mises opposite the Makiki re serve, recentlv occupied by Mr. Charles Creighton. The grounds are spacious, and well shaded with Ornamen tal and Fruit Trees ; only a minute's walk to Tramways The Buildings will be put in thorough repair to suit the wishes of a good tenant. For further particulars, apply to BRUCE CARTWRIGHT, Trustee for Mrs. Mary S. Levey.. 335-tf pig o in acknowledged. tb leslioc remelT lot Oonorrbana dfc CileU The only mm rem My for Xeaeorr t crt. or Whites. 1 Drescrlbe It and feel i 'nrM III ITOftUAYB, UWBOtoM no tiM SirKtsn 1 THEEvHBCHtM'riC to aJl saffwrs. Mf4i .1. b ate In reoomc-tndlas U GON"n,0.r"-"a A. J. 8TONER. M. D, . u.a-- 1 1 Decatck. lLtm Sold by branrlaMb Trd t KICK 9Ltfc QoBttos, Nkwmih & Co., Agent Hanoi a Uollistkb A Co., Wholesale a.eeo Btiron.8tfiTH A Oo.,WhCleiale Agen we (. Irwin & Co.