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OAIliY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 17, IS93.
OlitO HilLWAY LAND C0.'S TIME TABLE. irriR JUNE 1, 18S2 TRAINS TO ETA MILL. B B A D A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. Leave Honolulu. . .8:45 1:45 4:35 5:10 Leave Pearl City.. 9:30 2:30 5:10 5 Arrive Ewa Mill... 9:57 2:57 5:35 6:22 TO HOUOLCLC. C B B A A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. Leave Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43 3:43 5:42 Leave Pearl City..6:55 11 :1a 4:li 6:10 Arrive Honolulu. .7 :i0 11:55 4 :55 6:45 A Saturdays only. B Daily. C Sundays excepted. D "atuniaya excepted. FOHE1GX MAIL SERVICE. Steamships will leave for and arrive from San Francisco, on the following dates, till the close of 1S93. Leave Hosoixix roa Sas Fbancisco. DCE AT HOSOLCLU Fm. Sas I bancuco. Australia. ..June 14 Miowera. from Va - couvir June 21 Alameda June 29 China July 9 Australia Julv 12 Warnmoorom Van couver July 21 Mariposa July 27 Oceanic Aug. 7 Australia ...auk. u Miowera, from Van couver Aug 21 China June 18 Ausfralia...June 'Z Belgic June 27 Manpo-a June2J Warrimoo, for Van couver Julv 1 Peru July 7 Oceanic July 17 Australia July 19 Kio J aneiro. . J uly 25 Monoff&i July 27 Miowera, for Van couver Aug. 1 Gaelic Aug. 6 Ciy Peking. Aug. 1" Australia... .Aur. 16 Mouowai. ..Aug. 24 Australia bept. G China Set t. 18 AUmeia Aig. 24 Warrimoo, for Van- CoUVtT....AU. !1 Australia... Sept. 13 Mariposa... bept. 21 Oceanic pl. 23 Miowera, for Van couver Oct. 2 Australia Oct. 11 Monowai..., Oct. 19 Warrimoo, for Van couver Nov. 1 China Nov. 6 Australia Nov 8 Alameda.. . .Nov. 1G Miowera, for Van couver Dec. 2 Oceanic Dec. 4 Australia Dec. 6 Alameda Dee. 14 Warrimoo, for Van couver Jan. I City Peking. ..Jan. 2 Warrimoo.froru Van couver fcept. 21 Alameda bept. 21 Australia Oct. 4 Oceanic Oct. 16 rn..r.ncn i )rr 1Q Miowera, from Van- .co.uv.L V Australia.... m. WarnmoVfroVan. couver.....isov. 21 Australia Deo. i.6 14 Alameda.. .Dec Miowera. from Vai an-1 couvcr , ica v i in tin n w- ... . . j ' i Australia Jan. 3 Wsrriruoo.frora Van couver Jan. 21 Meteorological Record. T TUB SOVKaHXSVT BUBTET. EVXBT MOKDAT. FU BUSH ED 3 TMKUMOl P3 . Ki b 2 r S v a c. c B H - S j 3 c T E 67 81 0.(X) &) S eke 7i 8' 0 CO 60 71 81 0 04 65 3 sr 71 81 0 1 6 75 8. N E 7i SI 0 02 71 6 HE 71 7i .(M 8"' 91 Kg 73 82 O.0I 61 6' ESE E San. Moo Ta Wea Tbu Fri. ait, 1 JO. 10 3 ) 05 3 63(J I" 30 C6 6i.30 14 30 08 73U 17 30 10 8 30 15 Jo 16 4 4 6 6 9130 l i 30 0 lOlO 18 30 J3! 5 Tides, San and Moon. BY C. J. LTOKB. 3Q 5 " B r o 2 - . 3 a s p.m. a.m. 7.33 8.10 p.m Mon... Taea... Wed .. Xhur.. fri...... Sat San... 2.46 ! 1.30 1U.40 5.17 5.17 5.17 5.1S 5 18 6.18 5.18 6.42 6 42 6.43 6.43 6.43 6 44 6.4i; 3.40 4.40 3.36 2.30 11.30 sets 3.43 8.40 11.45 7.'6i, 8 4.3j 9.20 a.m. 0. 30 1. 0 1.30 6. 0 6.85 7.2i 5.40 10. 0 6.40 10.40 7.20 11 25 10C4 11.14 Xaw moon on tbe 13tb at 7h. 20m. v. it. Tt.n. n-hi.tlM hlnsra at lh. 23m. 34a.' P.K. of Honolulu time, which is the same as 12U. 0m. Os of Greenwich time. SHIPPINU INTELLIGENCE. AKK1VALS. j Friday, June 16. Rmr Jumps MaKee. Ilaelund, from Kapaa. OKP.IKTUKKS. Fbidat, June 16. 13- ci flarl.mil. for Peru. sttmr Jnnips Makee. llamuuti. lor Ka- sJtmr W G Hall, Siraerson, for Maui and U&w&iie Stnir j A Cummins. Neilson. for Koolan. Scbr K.a Hae Hawaii for Maui. 8chr Sarah and Kliza far Koolau. t.BAVliO TO-BAV. Am bk Matilda. Swenson, for San Fran cisco at 2 p ui. (ThU Hat docs not Include eoater.) 2TAVAL VESSELS. U S S Boston, Day. from a cruise. Odd Adams, Nelson, fcaa Francisco. MERCHANTMEN. Br sch Am sch i A m h f Am bk Matilda. Swenson, Nanaimo. li. C Ambkt Mary Winkelnian. lessen, t. Am sh Kate'Davenport. lieynolds, Pt T'd. OSS Australia, lloudlette, San Francisco. Br bk Koutenbeck. Kussell, Newcastle. rilKKlUN EXrKCTEll. Vessels. Wlierefrora. Due. Ciar. Kir fl V Wilcnt . . . Li veTDOo! . . J ul Y 4-10 " ' . . . . ... . . . n n I Br bfc La.isbvk L.pooi...juiy -;i r UerbkJ C raa?er.....i reraen...ovr;- Am hlr Mnrfh iV:8.. liOStOtl ...leu J-irf " Am bk Sharpshooter . ..Newcastle. -June 1 Am bk Colusa Guatamala..June 5 Ambkt Hilo San Fran.... June 12 Am bkt W H DimonJ.San Fran.... June 20 Ambk Cevlon San Fran .. Juneo Am bk Sonoma San Fran...-June -f Am bkt SO Wilder. . .San Fran ... .June 19 Am brgt J D Spreckels S F (Kah). .June 21 C PSS Miowera Vancouver ..June -.1 C PS S Warrimoo.... Svdney July 1 BrSS China China iune15 os es:::29 KM SS Alameda an rran.....-m HawshJohn F.na . . . Put fcnd..J une i-i Haw sh Hawaiian Isles - " Juncl'l Am brgt Con-ueilo. . -S F(Kah) June 17 Hawbk Leihi S K(Mh). ..June 19 Am schr Robert Lewers.-S Fran. ..June It Am schr Anna i F ( Kah). . . J une 20 Haw bk Andrew Welch.. S Fran. ..Jun 2i Am bkt Planter San Fran.. June 2-30 Am schr Al ha San Fran June -J Am srhr Allen A. ... S F (Mah) . ..July I Am ?chr Alice Cooke. Pu?t Sound.. July 2j Norma, Macquarne, ioKonama. King Cyru, Christiansen, iwc le Ionian I Foster. Dreyer, Nwc'le 131 PORTS. Per James Maiee-2510 bags sugar to C ?nrSwV r.iai:uKits. ARTIIVALH. From Nawiliwilt, per srmr James Mnkee. June 10 W H Rice end wife. Wn W-ber andcbild. C II tJNhop, M Brascu, Mia P 11 Isenber, and 19 on deck. DEPAETCBES. For Maui a'-d Hawaii. ter stn-r W G Hall. June 16 For Volcano: D R:ce. ll K Kodgers, E U Harris. For Lahaina. Ran. Kona. etc: Dr W T Monsarrat Masters Oreenwell, Mrs M A Lee, Mrs Holcke and 3 children, M rs Espinda. Mrs J W Kalua. J Kaelemakule ana 2 children, E Fuller, Mr3 John Nott, J K Nahale and 2 children, P.ev O Waiau. RevS K Kama kahikl, R Horner. A Granbere and wife. W J Weight, J K Kekaula and wife. Miss xr:n:. 1 t t . t. fillis, Rev J Kauhane and son. R M uller. WHCornwell, and about 35 deck issenefrs. F passengers. MARRIED. kekumano-ILae At Kawa, Honolulu. June 15. 1393, by Rev. S. L.Desha, fiamuel avui ieiuman 10 jiar:a x-. xiae, oi Pukoo, Molokai. WHARF AND WAVE. Diamond Hkad, June 1G, 10 p.m.: Weather, clear; wind, light N. The steamer Jas. Makee left again yesterday afternoon for Ka paa. ine scnooner nooert L,ewers lor TT 1 1. T-l e net iiunoiuiu, war iiam lor i"u- kona and schooner Anna for Ka hului, are all fourteen das out from San Francisco. The bark Matilda, Captain Swen- eon, sails this afternoon at 2 o'clock br San Francisco with 20,812 bags sugar. The British iron ship Greta left tii 4. r r yesterday in ballast for Peru. The steamer Kinau is due this rm morning. aha win lay up next week, and the Claudine will go on her route next Tuesday. m UNIFORMS UNDER VAY. The Band at the Settlement Will Soon Be Attired. I" a letter written to the board of health. Ambrose Hutchison, act- ing superintendent at the leper . . 1 . , . . , settlement, says: ve receivea . . . . - .i irom Mr. Waterhouse bv last mail - samples of cloth and lace for the , m, unnorms tne uana noys. iney have selected the patterns they like and I forward the same to Mr. Waterhouse by this mail, and num her of yards required ; also ordered some buttons, coat and pant lin- ing, and some thread. I hop9 there will be enough funds left to pay the tailor for his services." 1 Correction. Mr. Cliarles Nordhoff states that an item in yesterday's Bulletin, stating that Mr. Claus Spreckels ,oa n rr;4 onn,'n lo i,nnn, IlUg V C-kK V V C4 4I111VI A I lllw A A f A ft V A I v m I Mr. bpreckels is to give a dinner on I uestlay evening to some lriends -m m - m m -m I to welcome Mr. Adolph Spreckels, who is expected by the steamer China ; and the dinner will, no doubt, be a pleasant social event. ml. n . e n . c Frank Godfrey, the editor of the Paradise of the Pacific, states that the publication of the journal has , i i t t ,.. been suspended. J. J. v llhams, who owns a half interest in the paper, nvnoMorl Unma n f ho iinmo Tt i'o fUnf that he will make arrangements for the paper to be issued regularly. X-ftscxiScr I I The following persons are book- ed at the office of T. II. Davies & . i ir t..i v,o. in avB ii: m,uuvci, ist, in me arrxmuu: iiss x. Kenewell, Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Peck and child, Mr. and Mrs. David Rice, Mr. Robt. K. Rogers, Mr. F. Northrop and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. R. Carter. Memorial Service Tomorrow. All members of the I. O. O. F. and their families are requested to attend the memorial service to be held at Harmony hall tomorrow afternoon at 2 :o0 o clock. Contri- hntinns of flowers will be thank- fully received. Hon. W. O. Smith will deliver the oration at the graves. The Three Days Sale. The three days auction sale to take place at Hackfelq" & Co's. 1 1 AAm mnn rQ Vi ? a mnrni nrf of 1 O I .uh. wujuj,u "'""b o'clock. The list of goods to be offered is a lone one, and people . I , . , f h ij plies can buy them at their own " . f I price. The Chinese Bureau. The Chinese registration bureau, connected with the foreign office, has been removed to the office for- merly occupied by the minister of fir,anrP in the TUdlCiarv hUlldinff. It will be open for business on next Monday. To be Buried Here. The remains of ft Mr. Johnson, who died at Kauai last year, was brought to this port for burial at the Nuuanu cemetery by the steamer James Makee yesterday. liOC.lt ASD GENERAL Baseball at 3:30 p.m. Three new government acts ap pear in this issue. J. J. Williams has a notice to the public in this issue. Three visitors left br the W. G. Hall for the volcano yesterday. A Chinese was arrested last even- ing on King street for having opium in possession. i n I rpnra trill naa Unta 4o. ?ent3 crS3 bats today On the league trronnrls. AU CUnUUlOQ OI 1HUC Willie Jfaertensvas reported as being a little belter yesterday. I .. , Jujfus - Asche has been elected lstLieutenant of company "A" of the National Guard. . At Pearl City last week a deer belonging to Mr. J. T. Waterhouse gave birth to a pair of fauns. Edward Hore has been appoint ed-district magistrate for the dis trict of Waialua, this island. Snmfi lnnprs fmm th iai-inri I r - - " " " w " w Mihau, will arrive tomorrow morn- ing on one of the island steamers. A young woman desires a situa tion. She will care for children and do housework. Apply at this office. Andrew Brown, the sunerinfen- dent of the water works, has an I . . important notrce to consumers in this issue. Commencing this morning at 10 o'clock, Jas. F. Morgan will con duct an important auction credit sale at Hackfeld & Co.'s store. ' Oysters on the half shell at San Souci tomorrow. The dinner will be prepared by Mr. Freeman, the new chet. The yacht Spray was towed from 1 eaY liY yesterday by Dr. Trous- - - j j J J A ivyuj C an n 'a ImmnK A?n T i. a. 1 A. 1 u"r,t . 1 u uireu hour3 to cover the distance. Barnes v. morgan win nom a t n . r ...... "gagee s saie 01 property at ins salesroom on Monday at noon. The - -- A t 1 . ,and ig descri5ed elsewhere in this issue. Mr. R. W. .Mever. the aent of the board of health at Molokai, who "-is oeen quite 111 witn an attack ol quinzy, is reported as being much oetter. mi tt. 7 i T .,,1 1 ue Hawaiian uana win piay at the baseball game this afternoon. Thi3 evening they will play at the Arlington hotel during the K. of P. banquet. ' The preliminary hearing of I ft t- . . I ucorge uyati, ciiarsed with the Mm I X - - -waaB mm mmAs 1U I trict court. I . The steamship China will be due on Monday from the Orient! enroute to ban Francisco. She will take the mail if she departs previous to the Australia. Morgan will hold a sale of old buildings on the Esplanade. The "MJ"" "10 "t-au storehouse on Kilauea street, A masquerade hall will be given I . i cr . . t tl" ilrlI,UrJ " "GXl Saturday cvciiuig. me management prom- lf .a food t,me to U who attend. stores. M nistpr r.lnnnf ,110,1 o .vuuv V41 11,1 4tV meeting to make the necessary ar- rangemenis jot tne celebration ol lhe Fourth of July. It will take plaCe this evening at 7:30 o'clock at tne Arlington hotel. Two Weddings on Wednesday. n next Wednesday there will be two weddings previous to the departure of the Australia. At the Central Union church Mr. Wood, secretary of the Brooklyn Y. M. C. A., and Miss Nellie Waterhouse will be united in marriage by Rev. Dr. Beckwith. Mr. Philip Dodee. the artist, and Miss Minnie Kin ney will be married at St. An drew s Cathedral. Au Address at Kawaiahao. John Wise, the Hawaiian stud ent, who recently went through a course at Oberlin college, will give an address at Kawaiahao church tomorrow evening at 7 :30 o'clock a i 1 r t .- . i -r r- ior mo oenent or ine ivawaianao and Kaumakapili congregations. Ihe subiect will be . - . . "Outline of 1;f. nriri hi, :, Amr?o . " Warehouse For Sale. Jas. F. Morgan will sell at auc tion on Saturday next, June 24th, one of the largest warehouses in the city with a valuable lease, on the city front. The warehouse is centrally and most conveniently located, within easy reach of all the wharves. See advertisement. Suspects to be Examined. The leper suspects now confined at Kalihi will be examined during the first of next week. There are23 unfortunates at the station, and additions to this number will likely arrive to-morrow. THE BATTERY'S NEW. CAP T J IX. Cbau Wilder i$ Elected with One Yciee. The battery company met last evening at the drill shed for a drill and the election of a captain. Major George McLeod presided at the election. .The members of the company showed their-aloha for the retiring captain, Charles T. Wilder, by giving him three rousing cheers. Vfaen nominations were declared in order, J. . Jones proposed the f c Wilder jl uj , name oi . v. imer, jr., wmcn was seconded by Mr. llliam II. H0023. A motion to close the nora- inations was made and carried and Via eloMi'nn w?9 rlpflftrerl tinfini. mous. 110 nra Ponton or,,! oftor- ;oW.nfl Ct;,rinff fl,WMCO htU retiring officer the company was dismissed. TJiv DISTRICT COURT. A Peculiar Case of Gross Cheat Heard. A Chinese named Ching Muk Kwai was in the district court yes terday on a charge of gross cheat. A Chinese woman named Fong She informed the court that on April 10, 18S9, she gave the dp- fendant $100, with the understand- ing that he would send her tie- ceased husband s bones to China. He was to have three years time in which to do so. Ihe witness then left for China, and on her re- turn here in 1892 she made a de- mand for the .money because the defendant failed to keep his agree ment. He has not returned the money as yet. Judge Foster will give his decision this morning. Four Chinese were fined $10 each for playing dominoes. Sam Leleo was assessed $4 for heedless driving. A native named S. W. Mahelona was fined $150 for having opium m possession. lie appealed to a higher court "I "T vu rtlt""u"' Dr. Day expects to leave Hone- lulu either on the Australia or the next throueh steamer for Chicaeo. where he formerly resided. He will be accompanied by his family, and expects to be absent several months, and may probably not re- turn until spring, ihe doctor s spring departure will create a vacancy in the board of health. The Uniforms Are Coming. Contrary to expectations the umtorms lor the national euaras . n - .. . I MTTV il I WI llllirVt II 1111 111 111 I, 1 I T A ll I ' t c t? M r i. li lfl 1 1 (11 I i Lilll 1' 1 il M I , I .1 I. I m- m Will Preach Tomorrow. The Rev. Mr. Saunders of India will preach at the 9 :45 o'clock ser- vice of the second congregation at j St. Andrew's cathedral tomorrow morning. $ieuj 5tDnrtiscmcnts. Situation Wanted. A YOUNG WOMAN WISHE3 TO fill a position in a family, to take care of children and to do light house work and sewing. Apply to this office. 3408 3t Notice. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN" the undersigned will not be respon sible foranv debts contracted on account of the Para sise of th Pacific without his written order, nor will any receipts on acronnt of said paper be recognized after this date, unless signed hy him J. J. WILLIAMS. Der W. II. Charlock, Jr. June It). !8'J3. 3408-tf Notice. AT.L ORDERS OR BILLS AGAINST the Paradise of the Pacific news paper signed b3 J.J. Williams or the undersinn-d, or any receipts signed by either of the two, are valid. FRANK GUDFRRY, Managing Editor aradise of Pacific. 3408-tf 1. O. O. F. Notice. A LL MEMBERS OF THE I. O. O. fV. F. and their families are requested to attend Memorial Services, at Harmo ny Hall, King Str-et, NEXT SUNDAY. June 18th, at 2 30 o'clock p. m. All are cordially invited to contribute flowers. Per order. J. J. LECtCEtt, Secretary of Committee on arrane ments. 3408 It Beroice PauaM Bishop Museum. DURING ALTERATIONS OCCA sioncd by additions to the building this Museum will be closed to the public after Saturdaj', June 17, 1S93. By order of the Trnstaep. WM. T. BRIG HAM, 3407-1 w Curator. Wanted. 4 COMPETENT PERSON AS x 3l Overseer on a Sugar Estate. There are possibilities of promotion for the right man ; references required. Appty to C. BREWER & CO., L'o. Honolulu. June 15, 1S93. 3407-lw Daily Advertiser 50c. per month. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. CST Sunday will be Ovster Day at Sans S-orci. On the half shell, cents a phite; will also be served up !:e:Lrei 8t?,e; i:r!fFrre!n: French restaur. it Per S. S. Australia, Caraa rino's Refrigerator: Cuerns, "f"tuLJl vlal,o"' J-.Ciuou-, uiC3, Fresh Salmon, California soft shell Crabs. Lobsters, etc. California Fruit Market Mutual leiepnone a. ohj-ji &T American Enameled But I ton-Hole Buttons for Sale at the I X L. Silks in ed : Mend! "4lW UUU V-Oiureu , .UCUUiU V-Ul- a - T-i- t I - t-i-j -x ll. a luu!l. onU' Mir AHUie UU 520 Fort Street. trT Finest Enameled Cabinets only $3 a dozen at Cosmopolitan Photo Co., 467 Nuuanu street. 3311-tf Those desirous of having their Pianos Tuned or repaired, will please send in their orders to W. H. Benson, at the Arlington. 33S2-3t Novelties in Lyons Silk, Ladies' Parasols, very stylish : CWffon Scarfs and "Fichus, at xX. S. S"', Fort street. 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. BJ3T Now is the time to lay in a stock of Honolulu Soap. You can buy it of the IIoxoltjlu Soap Works for 50 cents a box lean than inferior soap is now selling for in San Fran cisco. Highest prices paid for tallow. 3317-tf. If you want to sell out your Furniture in its entirety, call at the I. X. L. BET Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Iamps, Rurra Tliironna fMi S fVn torsi Sttvimpr I -"-O-l 1 ' and Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounges, Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets, Sewing Machines, Whatnots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of T....... 1 T7 I 4 w 4 XV1"S awcct3' nralMl T1hr-w nt th j t Q L Babcock is now on sale at I n.r mt t? the Golden Rule Bazaar. 3264-ltf The Bon Ton Dressmak ing Parlors are now at. corner of Fort and Beretania streets, open to r -rr 1.. 1 .,.1 ... nuuuiu,u auu """' Iaa1x 11 f I 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 gJSf Prompt returns made on Goods sold on - com mission at the I. X. L. (Dcncral Dcriiscmrnte. The Palace leg Cream Parlors Mas. E. A. ATWOOD, Pboprietkess. We still continue to manufacture the finest quality of ICE CKKAM in this city Families and Parties supplied at short notice. A first-class assortment of fine FRENCH CANOIKS on hand; delicious CoFFEE or TEA with SAND WICHES or ROLL9. Try our ICE CREAM SODA today. 3404-1 w Real Estate for Sale. 7 VALUABLE PIECES of improved Piopertj', locat ed in different parts of the the city of Honolulu ; all bar gains. Apply for full parti culars to BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIG1IT. 3302 tf Notice. H AVING SOLD OUT MY EXPRESS Business, all accounts due Sanders' Express up to June 1st, will be col erted bv Mr. Frank ll. Cooper. After June 15th all unsettled accounts wi l be put into tbe hand of a collector. 3Jf)5-2w M. N. SANDERS. To Let. THE PREMISES SITUATE on th ecorner oi Beretania and Alapai Streets. Tins House is large and contains five airy Rooms with largy Lanai and the lot. These Pre mises are pleasantly and conveniently located. Possession given May 1st, 1893. Apply to I. ALFRED MAGOON, Next Post Office. 33o7-tf For Kent. A DESIRABLE DVv'ELLING with commodious Grounds; Shrubberv, etc., on ICinan Street iiia next to corner of Pensacola ; one block from Tramcars. E. R. HENDRY. 3377-ff Hawaiian Hardware Co Taro flour is recommended for people who arc troubled with indigestion. Rninc n. rmrnlir vorrornMn . v a mj v W v. a- a w product and without any die- micai additions, 1ARO r LOUR - a i i - a - rii i w 50 can GO DO harm. IJctter Still. it (0C3 00 taken in any ol the seven ages of man. The tot atter having had a dozen dilierent food prepara- - tlOUS forced down its throat WJH take kiudly to T.R0 FLOUR . nri . v,- u-,,. who has reached the age of knickerbockers shows an in- clination toward health Vsports i which but for Is i:se. he would who at an age when lie can with impunity cast sheep's eyes at the girls and is admir ed for the healthy color in his I olinril-n nnrno i f all to Taro vuccao wio u Innmr h0 Ic olnnror I i : i i .4. """s us uuu tnes it iu the baby; and when he reaches middle age, he continues using I if lio"riiier If t!rla fba ctrTYiorli c a 4- j. i : .1. "1 Pcijuu LeuuenuieH iuu man at sixty who in his earlier days fooled With his digestive 0rrans takes it because it is i, i .1 iU.i :it x LU uuiij- mat wm iuuc Up U1S Stomach; ana at eigllty, the patriarch lives upon dishes made of Tabo FLOUR because he wants to livo.to be a hurt dred. You might as well try it now. 2Ccu) Sluocrtiscmcnto. THE ELITE Ice Cream Parlors Are well known for their excel lent quality of Kino lco Cream, Cakes. Candies, l?ies. Fancy Pastries, loo Cream Soda, Sherbets, Hot Coffee. Tea and Chocolate, Etc. The most attractive cull lection of Island Curios! &SJ NATIVE FANS a specialty. 85 Hotel Street. Notice. 4 LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS IX. against James Love, are requested to present same at once at the office of BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT. 340l-tf Notice. T SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE I ... i . t .I.Lt ,1..U4- a. lrom mis oaie ior any ucui, w ucum that may be contracted by my wife, Kate Marion Thomas, without my written order. E. B. THOMAS. Honolulu, June 5, 1893. 3398 tf "ILAN1W4I." AFIRST-CLASS PAMILY BATHING Resort has been opened atWaikiki. Tramcars pass the gate Special arrange ments can be made for Family Picnics and Evening Bathing Parties. 3274 3m F. M. WAKEFIELD, Attorney and Counsellor at Lw Temporary Office with C. W. Ashford, Merchant Street, Honolulu. - 339 Hy ..- t- i- rvT ANCHOK oALiUUiN HAS JOHN WIELAND'S Extra Palo Lager Beer On Draught Clear, Cool and Invigorating. Also, always on hand OYgl'EK -:- COCKTAILS I OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. 'Hot Lunch from 11 :30 a. m. to iO p. M daily. dm im PIANO TUNING! W. H. BENSON. Leave orders on slate at Room 13 Arlington Hotel. Hotel St 3040-lrntI W. A. KINNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: No. 60 Fort Street, (W. O. Smith's Law Office) . 3360-tf To Let or Lease. rsHOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES J on Beretania Street, lately occupied bv Mr. E W. Peterson. For particulars apply to 3292-tf E. C. ROWE, - KiDg Street. tHARTaco.j Vhonoluu CASTLE & COOKE LIl'-E AND FIKK INSURANCE AGENTS AUKNTS FOR NEW ENGLAND" JJOTUAL Lifu Insurance Co. OF DOSTON. AsNiirunco COMPANY Or LONDON, -tna Fire Insurance Co. OF HARTFORP. K K' I I I I IV I I IV I. I FOR TI1K CRITERION Fresh Oysters for COCKTAILS ! mviy GO TO THE EAGLE HOUSE, Nuuanu Avenuo, OK TO TZI2C ARLINGTON HOTEL Hotel Street RATKH Table Board I per .biv. Board and Lodging $2 " " Board and Lodging $12 erM-k. JfjCyHpecial monthly prices. T. E. K HOUSE. Phofriktoh, MRS E TIJKNKK Has removed her UJiKSSMAKLVH ROOMS To Hotel Bt, Opj. tho T. M. C. A. Hill Where she is prepared todo DrcMHrnakinn in all the latent hIch. Tbe new method of form-fitting employed (the method now used by all the lending dresmakera in San Francisco). fiF"All work neatly nnd promptly finished. Prices as reasonable an any In the city. 3231-tf CHARLES B. COOPER, I.I. D , Physician nnrl Surgeon Office: 34 Alakea Street. Officii Hocks: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 i m; Sundays 9:30 to 10:30 A. M. Tklei honks: Mutual 424, Bell 110. Rksidencb: No. 10 Union Street, Mutual Telephone 490, Honolulu, II. I. 33r)0-tf For Sale or Exchange. ' ' RESIDENCE IN A VERY desirable, part of Honolulu. Par lor, Dining Room, 2 Bed Rooms, Pantry, Kitchen, dewing Koom, in main houKe. Cottage adjoining cf 2 pajered Rooms, Store Room and Bath Room. Lot 100x200 feet. Sell or exebane for smaller property and cash or aecurity. All the buildings are new. One block from Tramways. Apply at this office. 3013-tf E. H. THOMAS Contractor and Builder ESTIMATES GIVEN ON all kin.ia of Urick, Iron ytone and Wooden Build - A II I. 1 . . I .. . t ..11.1.. in tne oiiiiciuiK trade at tended to. Keeps for sale: Brick, Lime M'ement, Iron tone l'ljie anl uttings, old nd new Corrugated ircn, Minton Tiles, Vliry lilca, nsnurwu oj..-u nnu runiri, California and Nfontere dand, Granit Curbing and Blocks. Etc., Etc. Office and Yard Cor King nnd Smith 8ts. Office Hours X to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 p.m Telephones Bel) 351 ; Mutual 417. ltetd dence, Mutual 410. P.O. Box 117. 2832-0 JUST ARRIVED! FRESH CALIFORNIA Oyster Cocktails ! FOR Merchants9 Exchange Where the popular ENTERPRISE BEER On Draught is always Krefeh and Cold. 3.3C7-tf For Sale. A LA LADY'S DRIVING MAUI? AND aeton, will be Hold cheap for cash (will b fold singly or ty:Hhcr,. Address "J. J.," Advkhtihkr office. 3 W!) tf riir n li acknowica the loading rcme'lr for f.onorrliip A iilrrt. 'J ho only ate rcm-iy ii,r JLeucorrhi'aorW hlics. 1 prescribe it and 1 rafe la rwomuudluc it Co to all i'lfrorprn. 31 A. J. fell N Kit M. 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