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DAJLLiY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL. ADVERTISER, JUNE lO. 1893.
OiHO EilLWiY k LAND CO TIME TABLE. FROM A.NO 1FTER JUNE 1,1392. TRAINS TO EWA MILL. B A.M. B A D r.M. p.m. 4:3-3 5:10 5:10 5:58 5:35 G:22 P.M. 1:45 Honolulu .8:45 liave Pearl City.. 9:30 2:30 Arrive Kwa Mill . . .9 :57 2 :57 TD nOXOLCLU. C B A.M A M Leave Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43 lave Pearl City..G:55 11:15 . Ilnn1n!n 7tM 11:55 B P.M. 3:43 4:15 4:55 A P.M. 5:42 6:10 6:45 Arrive Honolulu A Saturdays only. B Daily. C Sundays excepted. I) Saturdays excepted. FOKKHJN MAIL. SKKVICK. steamship will leave for and arrive from gan Francisco, on the following dates, U.l the close of 1S93. ,Leate Hojjolclu I Dce at Honolulu ,OB SA! FBASCI3CO. j FM. SaS 1EASCIECO. City Peking.. June G China June 18 Australia... June 21 lSelgic June 27 Mariposa.... J uney Warn moo, for an couver Julv 1 Peru ;July,Z Oceanic July 17 Australia.... July 19 irm Janeiro.. July 25 Australia. ..June 14 Miowera.from Van couver June 21 Alameda June 20 China July 9 Australia July 12 Warrimoorom Van couver July 21 Mariposa.. ..July 27 Oceanic AusI Australia. ...Aug. Monowai. ..Aug. 24 Australia Sept. 6 China Sept. 18 Alameda Sept. 21 Australia Jct- Oceanic Oct. 10 Mariposa . . . Oct. 19 Australia.... Nov- 1 Monowai Nov. 1G China Sov. 27 Australia leo. 6 Alameda.. .Dec. 14 Oceanic Dec 25 Australia Jan. 3 Monowai Jujy n Gaelic Aur. 6. City Peking. Aug. 1 Australia Aug. 16 Alameda Aug. 21 Australia... Sept. 13 Mariposa... Sept. 21 Oceanic Kept. 2 Australia Oct. 11 Monowai Oct. 19 I'him . NOV. 6 Australia.... Nov. 8 j ' Alameda Nov. 16 Oceanic Dec. 4 J Australia Dec. G Alameda.... Dec. 1 City Peking. ..Jan. 2 t Meteorological Record. T tbb ovBasantsT bubyst. KTKBT MOJTDAT. rPBLlWHTO IAIOM. THEHMO D ft 5 5 9 Snn. 28 30.20 3.1.17 70 73 7!oll9 to'a r.i 80 4 Mod' 30.21 30.14 Tm i(30.16 30.11 71 4 ESK ESK vsz ENE nice: 70 6'J 72 70 f.9 76 81 81 0.16 76 9 8 Wad 31 3U.12 30.0C 0.19 0.03 65 7o Thai 1 30.10 30-CC Frf. 230.11 30.03 Sat. I 3 30. 11 30.0-1 6-2 4 8 79 iO.Cl CO Tides Ban ud Bloon. BT O. J. 1TOHS. c o - a 0 u. 13 P o a 3Q K 3 2.- n m. a.m. B.iu n.m Mon.. Taea... Wed ... Thur... W rl.M.M ti&t.. . 3no.... 8.40' 8.50: 3.60 9.40I .soi 4.20 10.30 10.20 4.30 11.40 11.201 4.50 2.20 5.17 5.17 6.40 11.46 '623 0.66 1.33 2.10 2.52 3.30 4.30 6.40 6.40 e.41 6.41 6.42 6.42 K 17! 5.40 7. 0 8.30 10. 0 6J7 5.17 6.17 5.17 0.60,12. 0 0.20i 6.20 7. 0 0.60 It garter of the moon on the 7tb at 3h. 12m. Ttai Whistle blow- at lh. 23ra. 343. p.m. of Honolulu time, which Is the same as 12b. 0m. 0. of Greenwich time. . SHIPP1NU INTELLIGENCE. - AUUIVALS. Fbiday, June 9. StnirLehua, Wiesbarth. from Honomu. Schr Mahimahi from Waialua. Schr Kawailani from Koolau. Stmr Pele, Peterson, from Makaweii. DEPAKTCItES. Fbiday, June 9. Schr Haleakala for Puna. Stmr Kinau. Clarke, for ilaui and Ha waii. VESSELS IN FOBT. (This Hat does not Include coasters.) NAVAL VB3SEL8. U S S Boston, Day, from a cruise. U S d Adams, Nelson, San Francisco. MERCHANTMEN Br sch Norma. Macquarrie, Yokohama. Br sh Greta, Garland, Newcastle. Am schr King Cyrus, Christiansen, Nwc e. Am schr Lyman D Foster. Dreyer, Nwc le. Bk Amy Turner, Pendleton, from N Y. Am bk Matilda. Sremon, Nanaimo. 15. Am bk Discovery, McNei.l, San ran. AmbktMary Winkelman, Niessen, S . PORE1QN VKS9KLS BXFKCTKO. Veel. 'Wlierefrom. Boe. Ambk Aiden Besse... S F(Kab)...Tune 5 Ger bk G N Wilcox. . . . Liverpool. .J uly 4-10 BrbkLadstock L'pool.-July 25-31 Ger bk J C Pfluger Bremen... Sept 5-15 Am bk Martha Davis.. Boston.... Dec 5-15 Am bk Sharpshooter. ..Newcastle. .J une 1 Br bk Koutenbeck... .Newcastle. June5-10 Am bk Colnsa Guatamala.June 5 Ambkt Hilo San P ran.... June 12 Am bkt W H Dimond.San I- ran June 20 Ambk Ceylon San Fran .. June 2o Am bk Sonoma San J? ran.... June JG Am bkt SO Wilder.. San ! ran.... June 19 Ambrgt J DSpreckels ,.SF (Kah). . June 21 C P S S Miowera Vancouver . .June 21 C P S S Warrimoo.... Sydney July 1 O S S Australia San Iran.... June 14 Br S SChina China June IS Br 8 S Belgic ...China. June 27 O SS Mariposa....:.. Colonies ....June 29 RMSS Alameda San i ran ...June-,9 PASSESOEKS. CEPABTCEES. For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau, Jnne 9 For the Volcano: E Benner, V N "Warner, D W Deshler, Ilev E Faber. For Hilo and wav ports: Miss Appleton, D 11 Hitchcock, Mrs Hendry, child and nurse, Theo. Wolff. Miss E Cummins, F 11 Ilay selden and family. Rev M C Kealoha, Right Rev Bishop of Honolulu and about 30 on deck. IMPORTS. Per Lehua 2000 bags sugar. Per Kawailani 00 bags rice. "In this poem of yours you make use of the phrase 'fair Hawaii' " said the writer's friend.' "Yes." "You shouldn't do it. Hawaii is not fair. She is distinctly a brunette." Washington Star. LOCAZ, AND GENERAL,. The band will play at the ball game today. Paul Neumann is expected to re turn on next Wednesday. The Advertiser will not be is sued on Monday morning. The Kinau took four passengers for the volcano yesterday after noon. . - Sam Kee announce-j that ho has disposed" of his fruit and produce business. Go to the I. X. L. for American enameled button-hole buttons, flags, etc. The minister of the interior has a notice of a land sale at Hilo in this issue. - D. H. Hitchcock has been.ap- A. . 1 i 1 1 n . .-r pointed a notary public forth fourth judicial circuit. A blue dress skirt has been losL The finder will be rewarded by re turning it to the Oaha college" N. S. Sachs is offering big bar gains in laces. He has a fine line of torchen laces to select from. M. S. Levy, 75 Fort street, has just opened up a lot of new goods, which he 13 offering at very low prices. A league game will be played this afternoon at 3 :30 o'clock be tween the Hwaiis and Karaeha mehas. Rev. W. B. Oleson will preach the annual sermon for the schools at Central Union church tomorrow morning. The quarters of the regulars in the basement of the executive building have been supplied with electric lights. The general exhibition of the native Sabbath schools will be held this moruing at 0 o'clock at Kau makapili church. Ilev. O. Nawahine, of Maui, will preach the annual sermon on "Home Missions" at the Kaumaka pili church tomorrow evening. - The annual picnic of the children of Central Union Sunday schools will be held on the Oahu college, grounds all day next Monday. The Booth property will be sold today at noon at the auction room of James F. Morgan. The land is described elsewhere in this issue. Messrs. T. H. Davies & Co. have notified the furnishing committee to call at their store and select., a large floor rug for the new Masonic temple. The silk cap donated by a mason on board the Boston was sold yes terday to Mr. C. W. Ashford for $20. The sale took place at the Arlington. The officers of the U.S.S. Adams a're daily engaged in target prac tice. A small target has been placed at a distance from the stern of the vessel. With the exception of fining a drunk six dollars no business was transacted in the district court yesterday. All cases on the calen dar were remanded. "Mies Armstrong late of tin tvniahan Seminarv. has accented f position as teacher at St. Andrew i Priory school for girls, . and nas commenced her duties. After a thorough overhauling at the hands of Mr. Linus Clark the organ in St. Andrew's Cathedral will be used again to-morrow, Sun day. Special music will be render ed at all the services. The instru ment, which is one of the sweetest toned in the islands, is now in ex cellent condition. The Sunday Schools. This morning at 9 o'clock all the Sunday schools of the island of Oahu will meet at Kawaiahao church for competitive exercises. At 1 o'clock the Kawaiahao Sun day school will hold a picnic on the grounds. The Hawaiian band will be in attendance and a" plea sant time is expected. Teachers to Leave. Miss Louise F. Dale, music teacher, and Prof. J. Q. Wood, teacher in English and mathema tics, will sever their connection with Oahu College at the end of the present school year. Mr. Wood will take up the study of law in some American college on his re turn to America. To Assist a School. At the meeting of the Hawaiian Evangelical Association held yes terday a unanimous vote was pass ed to take up a collection in all the churches in the islands next Octo ber for the benefit of the Malurcalu school on Kauai. Will Return to Work. A Japanese deserter from the Wainaku plantation was arrested the other day. In the district court yesterday he promised to return to work, so he was only fined $3 by Judge Foster. STARTING TBEZI RIGHT. What the Kindergarten System is Doin for Children. About 150 scholars who attend the kindergarten were present yes terday afternoon at Queen Emma Hall. The little ones represented the Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese and Hawaiian races. They went through a course of exercises un der the direction of those indefatig able workers, Mr Frank Damon, Miss Fanning, Mis3 M. Kinney and others. The little ones gave a very credi table exhibition which amused and interested the audience. After the exercises were through with the scholars marched outside and took their positions on the grounds after which a photograph of the group was taken by Mrs. Hall. The children's hearts were made glad by receiving a generous bapr of "c,andy, some cakes and other sweet meats besides having a small bouquet pinned on their coats and dresses. But few people are aware of the useful work that is going on about them in regard to training the young of this city. The teachers make no display of their commend able work but they are accomplish ing a great deal in a quiet way for the cause of humanity. The kindergarten for Hawaiian and Japanese children is at Queen Emma hall, where the young ones are instructed from 2 until 4 :30 o'clock on school days. The teach ers are Miss Fanning and Miss Ojawa. The Chinese kindergarten is on the grounds of the Chinese church premises on Fort street. Miss Jtf. Kenney is the instructor. The school-hours are from 12 :30 to 3 o'clock. The Portuguese children also have their own kindergarten, which is connected with the Portuguese mission. From 9 to 12 o'clock in the morning are their school hours. Mr. Damon extends a cordial in vitation to the general public to tall at the kindergarten during the jschool hours and see what is being idone for the children. . .,. AL,h IZINDS OF MONEY. The Great Success of the Masonic Lunch Series. Sale of Howe re $ 33 CO Fancy table 27 00 Table 10G 30 Total ..S16S 90 Previous receipts 633 15 Grand total $802 05 The last day of the masonic lunch was a hummer. The receipts amounted to $168.90, and the ladies were correspondingly happy. As will be seen by the foregoing table of receipts, over eight hundred dollars has been taken in during the series. An even thousand dollars is wanted by the furnishing commit tee, and to secure that sum a luau will be given at Kalihi on Monday, between the hours of 11 a.m. arid 5 p.m. There will be games for chil dren, 'dancing for others, and every thing will be done to give the guests a good time. Badges of admission will be sold on the grounds, but those who so desire can, secure them this morn ing, between 9 and 10 o'clock, at the Arlington. . I 0 9 Had His Appetite With Him. One of the young men who dined at the Masonic lunch yesterday had his appetite with him, as he ordered everything on the bill of fare twice. The ladies would not accept his appreciation of - their good cooking as a compliment, and one of the pretty misses made out a bill for chair rental for an hour, extra charge for second help, waiter's time, etc., which if paid would nearly pay the entire ex pense of the new temple. Will Attract Attention. The Oahu railway will run exr cursion trains on Monday to Ka lihi for the benefit of the peopl who will attend the luau or garden party. One of the features of this affair will be the flower booth pre sided over by the Misses Eva and Helen Parker, Flora Glade, Anita; Neumann, Maria Cummins and Allie Widemann. Amusement for All. There will be quite enough amusement for the public this evening as no less than three en tertainments will be given. Prof. Ruchwaldy will appear at the opera house in a magical perform ance ; a wrestling tournament and a "neck tug-of-war contest" will be given at the armory, and lastly the entertainment at the Y. M. C. A. Paradise of the Pacific. The Paradise of the Pacific is out for the current month. The present number contains much that will interest people abroad. This periodical has a new and handsome nictorial cover. It re presents Hawaii showing to the world the different products of this country. It is a good specimen of the lithographic art. WHARF AND WAVE. Diamond Head, June 9, 10 r. m.: Weather, thick and rainv ; wind, light N.E. The crew of the cruiser Boston were employed yesterday cleaning the moss from her moss-grown bot tom. The Boston was listed a little in order to accomplish the work. The steamer Mikahala comes down from the Marine Itailwa' this morning. .She will resume her Kauai route next Tuesday af ternoon. The commemoration of Kameha meha Day falling this year on Monday, June 12, none of the inter island steamers will leave on that day. They will depart for their respective "routes on the following day. The steamer Claudine is going on the Marine Railway next week. The steamer Likelike will take the Claudine's Maui route next Tues day. The schooners Luka, Lavinia, and Kulamanu have been laid up for the present. The bkt Discovery will sail next Tuesday for San Francisco. The schooner Ka Ilae Hawaii has been hove down at Emmes' wharf to have a new false keel put on by Messrs. Lyle and Sorenson. The agents of the steamer Wai manalo intend withdrawing her from the Molokai route and plac ing her entirely in the Maui route. COMPANY D. Will Fire a Salute on Monday An Interesting Drill. Company D. (Battery), N. G. H. held its weekly drill last evening, about sixty members being present. Orders were read for the company to report for duty Monday for the purpose of firing a salute of twenty one gun3 at noon. The men were then marched .over to the head quarters and fitted out with car bines and Colt's navy revolvers, together with ammunition. About S :30 they returned to the drill shed with three field pieces, and shortly after the residents in the neighborhood thought that an other attempt was being made too overthrow the government. Al though the shed was rather to small for maneuvering, the com pany made a very creditable show ing and a marked improvement in tactics and will undoubtedly make a good showing on their first public appearance. ENTER TA INMENT. To Take Place Tonight at the Y. M. C. A. The temperance committee of the Y. M. C. A. purpose giving a free entertainment once a month, the first of which will be given at the Y. M. C. A. Hall this (Saturday) evening, at 7 :30 o'clock. The following i3 the programme for this evening : Violin and Piano Prayer, and air from Der Frieschutz Misses Paty Son?:.... - Mr. Levi Lyman Reading...; Mrs. W. V. Hall Song "Dear Heart," Miss Flemming Recitation Mr. Murphy Temperance Address Professor T. Richards. All are cordially invited to at tend. Excursions to Ewa Mill. Excursionists who take a ride to Ewa on Monday will have an op portunity of seeing the big sugar mill and the steam plows at work. The rates for the round trin are very low and a stop-over will be allowed at Kali hi, the scene ot the Masonic Luau. lhe time table can be found in this issue. ENGLISH AS .SHE IS SPELLED. A poor little fellow called Vaughan Was playing one day on a laughan, When a whirlwind came nigh, TVrL- him 11 n tr rhfi skifrh : lAnd none could tell where he had gaughan. Truth. $Tcuj Uiocrttscnicnts. Lost. PROBABLY ON KING STREET, A Dark Blue Kerge Dress Skirt. Fin der will be suitably rewarded by returning to OAHU COLLEGE; 3403-tf Punahou. Notice. I HAVE THIS DAY SOLD TO PANG Kun Bit my Fruit and Produce Busi ness. All bills must be presented before the 15th of June, or I shall not pay thesa, as I shall leave July 9th for China. 3403-lwt SAM KEE. To Let. A PLEASANT FRONT-ROOM, suitable for two with board, can ba had at 32 Emma Street. 3402-tf To Let. HOUSE TO LET ON FORT St., next to the school house. Address P. O. Box 314. 3399-1 w W. McOANDLESS. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. American Enameled Button-Hole Buttons for Sale at the 1 X L. - tT Mending Silks in Black, White and Colored; Mending Cot tons; World's Fair Needle Cases, and Kensington Crochet Cotton at Sachs', 520 Fort street. - Finest Enameletl CAbinets only $3 a dozen at Cosmopolitan PnoTO C., loT Xuuanu strf-ot. 3341-tf Thosj desirous of having their Pianos Toned or repaired, will please send in their orders to W. II. Benson, at the Arlington. 33S2-3t jST Novelties in Lyons Silk, Ladie Parasols, very stylish ; Chiffon Scarfs and Fichus, at N. S. Sachs', Fort street. jgT For Bargains in New and Second hand Furniture, Lawn Mow ers, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose, etc., call' at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. Xgr Now is the time to lay in a stock of Honolulu Soap. You can buy it of the Honolulu Soap Works for 50 cents n fcoxless than inferior soap is now selling for in San Fran cisco. Highest prices paid for tallow. 3317-tf. gT If you want to sell out your Fuknituke in its entirety, call at the I. X. L. - (Tm Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps, Rugs, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounges, Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets, Sevang Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. BaT The Musical Library of the late G. L. Babcock is now on sale at the Golden Rule Bazaak. 3264-ltf IDST The 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 warJrobes fitted out as well and with the same style as can be ob talne'd in San Francisco. 3267 Prompt returns made on Goods sold on commission at the I. X. L. (3n;cral tij?rt5inciits. Notice. 4 LL PKUSONS HAVING CLAIMS j. ngiinst James Love, are requested to present same at o:ice at the office BRUCE & A. J. CAUTWrUGllT. 3401-tf Notice. HAVING SOLD OUT MY EXPRESS Business, all accounts due Sanders' Express up to June 1st, will be collected by Mr. Frank H.Cooper. After Jnne 15th all unsettled accounts uil be put into the band of a collector 3395-2W M. N. SANDERS. To Let. COTTAGE CONTAINING PAR Jor, Dining Room, 4 Bed Rooms, iriffhpn. Vantrv. etc.. corner of Beretania and Keeaumoku Sts., at pres ent occupied by Mr. J. M. McChesney. Possession Riven after April 15. Apply fa MRS. UUWH.S, 3339-tf 99 Hotel Street. Real Estate for Sale. 7 VALUABLE PIECES of improved Properf', locat ed in different parts of the the city of Honolulu; all bar gains.' Apply for full parti culars to BRUCE & A. J. CAKTWRIGHT. 3392 tf To Let. THE PREMISES SITUATE on th ecorner of Beretania and Airoi fcfrppts. The House is large and contains five airy Rooms with largo Lanai and the lot. These Pre mises are pleasantly and conveniently located. Possession given My 1st, 1893. Apply to J. ALFRED MAGOON, Next Post Office. 3357-tf To Let or Lease. mm rpiJOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES L on Beretania Street, lately occupied bv Mr. E . V. Peterson. For particulars applv to E. C. ROWE, 3292-tf King Street. For Rent. A "DESIRABLE DWELLING with commodious Crounds; Shrubborv, etc., on Kinau Street next to corner of Pensacola ; one block from Tramcara. E. R. HENDRY, 3377-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co. 3Tio ItincrtisciurutD. Taro Flour is perfect, that is, it contains nothing but ta ro, the most wholesome ve getable in the world. We know it, so do you; we don't mind re commending it lo you, and you're glad we do, because' it tempts you to use it and you're glad you do, be cause it rids your stomach of dys peptic tenden cies and makes you feel better. SThe gro cers sell it. THE EI.ITK Ice Cream Parlors Are well known for their excel-' lent quality of Fine Ice Cream, Cakes, Candies, Pies, Fancy Pastries, loo Cream Soda, Sherbets, Hot Coffee, Tea and Chocolate, Etc. The most attractive colllection of Island Curios! NATIVE FANS a specialty. 85 Hotel Street. Notice. t SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE J. from this date for any debt or debts that raav be contracted by my wife, Kate Marion "Thomas, without my wrRten order E. B. THOMAS. Honolulu, June 5, 1891. 393 if "ILANlWll." 4 FIRST-CLASS FAMILY BATHING A Iioa tioan nnpncil fl.t. W&1 klki. Tramcars pass the gate. Special arranpre- 1 ) 17nm;ir Pinnllfl Hie TITS Can UW luauo iji a. ." and Evening Bathing Partieg. 3274-3m F. M. WAKEFIELD, Attorney and Counsellor at Law Temporary Office with C. W. Ashford, Merchant Street, Honolulu. 339 My ANCHOR SALOON JOHN WIKLAND'S Extra Palo Xager Beer On Draught Clear, Cool and Invigorating. " Also, always on hand OYSfER -:- COCKTAILS ! OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. rffiTlIot Lunch from 11 :30 a. m. to PIANO TUNING! W. H. BENSON. Leave orders on slate at Uootu 13 Arlineton Hotel. Hotel 8t Km-nrti W. A. KINNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: No. 66 Fort Street, (V. O. Smith's Law Office). 3360 -tf MISS BURROW'S Dressmaking Rooms QQ 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 neatly and promptly finished. 3340 MRS. E TURNER Has removed her DRESSMAKING ROOMS To Hotel st, Opp. the Y.M. C. A. Hall Where she is prepared to do DressmakinR in all the latest styles. The new method of form-fitting employed (the method now used by all the leading dressmakers in San Francisco) . 5SHA11 work neatly and promptly finished. Prices as reasonable as any in the city. 3234-tf CHARLES B. COOPER, M. D., Physician and Surgeon Office : 34 Alakea Street. Office Hocks : 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m; Sundays 9:30 to 10:30 A. M. Telephones: Mutual 424, Bell 116. Residence: No. 10 Union Street, Mutual Telephone 490, Honolulu, u. 1. 3350-tf Vhonolulu BASE BALL Kaniehadia vs. Itaiis Saturday, June 10 VT ::30 O'CLOCK 1. M. Hawaiian Baseball Association Gnunds ADMISSION : ADULTS 25c. (M1ILDKKN 10c. CASTLK & COOK K Itl-'K A.rl KIUK INSURANCE AGENTS AGENTS FOR NEW ENGLAND MDTDAL Life Insurance Co. OF BOSTON, -Alliance Assumnco COMPANY OF LONDON, iEtua Fire Insurance Co. OF IIA.IlT10Iil3. PER MONOWAI FOR TIIK CE1TE E ION Fresh Oysters for COCKTAILS ! 3.W5-ly " GO TO THE EAGLE. UttUSE, Nuuanu Avenue, on TO TII1C ARLINGTON HOTEL Hotel Etreot - RATER Table Hoard fl )er day. Board and Lodging .'...$2 Board and Lodging $12 per week. 3f5Special monthly priceB. T. E. KROUSE, rnopniKTOK. For Sale or Exchange. RKSIDKNCK IN A VICKY iijj deBirahle part of Honolulu. Par lor. Dinicii Room, 2 Bed Kooua, Pantry, Kitchen, Hewing Room, in main house. Cottage adjoining of 2 pa tiered Rooms, Store Room and Bath Room. Lot 100x200 feet. Hell or exchange for smaller property and cash or ueenrity. All the buildinps are new. One block from Tramways. Apply at this office. 3013-tf K. B. THOMAS Contractor and Builder KSTIMATES GIVEN OH all kin .la of Hrick, Iron I tir, .,.!.,., Tn,l,l ilJU'Mr'l ines. All kinds of Jobbing 0f . Knilrlfnc trnrt at. tended to. Keeps for sale: l'.rick. Lime Cement, Iron Stone Pine and Kittinjrs, old and new Corrugated Iron, Miuton Tiles, Quarry Tiles, assorted sizes and colors . fVlifnrnln and Monterev Sand. Granlt Curbing and Blocks, Ktc, F.tc. (Juice and xaro ior. ivin biju diuhu 8ts. Office Honrs 8 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 p.m Telephones lsell annual in. iicm dence, Mutual 410. P. O. Box 117. JUST -:- ARRIVED! FRESH CALIFORNIA Oyster Cocktails ! FOR Merchants' Exchange Where the popular ENTERPRISE BEER On Draught 13 always Fresh and Cold. 3367-tf Wanted. PLAIN SEWING BY Mkh. W. 11. Ilerrick, 3 doors below Fort Street School. 33W-lm l?ig 0 is acknowifdr": the leading remedy tor C.onorrtiuMt A Uieet. 1 ho only Bare remorly fur JL,eacorrhraorYhitr I niwrft itnd li' 1 eafe in ircomrndiog l to all nfT"frm. A.J. BIOS Kit. M. D., SoJ1 by nrairiclaUb 1 r.r a-i 1 r. iu JMUC Uoboos, Ntwum & Oo., AitV llonola Hollibtis & Co., Vi.ijhU Aennt Bxmob, Smith & Co., Wholesale Agents. '&ylT06A-V8.J jfr1 ituniDt net to rjuriNNHI.O X. 'S!l