DAIJLY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL. ADVEItTXSEli, JUXE 19. 1893.
O&HD RAILWAY & LAND COS
FROM AND FTIwr JUNE I. ieS2
- - i i i4 ii T 1 II I
TO F.WA MILL.
Arrive Kwa Mill.
Leave Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43
Leave Pearl City..6:53 11:15
Arrive Honolulu. .7 :30 11:55
A Saturdays only.
C Sundays excepted.
D Saturdays excepted.
rOREIGS MAIL. SERVICE.
steamships will leave for and arrive from
San Francisco, on the following dates, till
the close of 1393.
TGB SAS FBA5CISCO.
China June 18
Australia. ..Jane 21
Warrimoo, for V an-
couver Julv 1
pn July 7
DCE AT HONOLULU
F.M. SAS iBANCIfcCO.
Australia. ..June 14
.Miowera, from Van
couver June 21
Alameda June 29
China July 9
Australia July 12
Warrimoo .from Van
couver July 21
Mariposa July 27
Oceanic Aug. 7
Miowera, from Van
couver Aug. 21
Australia.... July 1?
liio Janeiro.. J niy 2a
Monowai July 2i
Miowera, for Van
couver Auk- 1
Gaelic Aug. G
City Peking. Aug. l"j
Australia... .Aug. lb
AUmeda . . . .Aug. 24
Warrimoo, for Van
couver Aug. SI
Australia... Sept. 13
Oceanic eeC'- 2j
. coaver.. 0ct7
Australia ...Oct. 11
Monowai Oct. 19
Warrimoo, for Van
couver Nov. 1
China Nov. 6
Australia.... Nov. 8
Alameda Nov. 16
Miowera, for Van
couver Dec. 2
Oceanic Dec. 4
Australia Dec. 6
Alameda Dec. 14
Warrimoo, Ip? Van
couver Jan. 1
City Peking. ..Jan. 2
Monowai. ..Aug. 2J
China Seit. 18
ormver Kept. 21
Alanuda Kept. 21
-Australia.... . Oct.
Oceanic Oct. 10
Xfarinosa . . . Oct. 19
Miowera, from Van
conver oct. t
Monowai... NOV. 16
W'a r n m oo .f rom Va n
n.iriVfT NOV. 21
China Nov. 27
AlnniPlla.. .DeC 14
Minwpra. from Van
Oceanic Dec 25
Australia J an
couver. . . .Jan. 21
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Tide San and Moon.
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6.13 6.44 ll.
6.19 6.45 0.SI
6.13 6.45 0.68
5.19 6.45 1.25
6.19 6.45 2. 0
6.20 6.45 2.35
.30 10. 0 4. 0
10. i0 11. 0
p. in. a.m.
1.6o! 1. o
2.30 2. 0
First quarter of the moon on the 20tb at 4h
6 . u
vt. ih. Mm. 343. P.M. OI
'lime wnniw u..- - ,0h nm na
Honolulu time, wblcli Is tha same as 12h. 0m. 0s
of Greenwich time.
Saturday, June 17.
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, from Maui and Ha-
Stmr Pele, Teterson. from Makaweli.
Stmr CJ K Bishop, Le Claire, irom Kauai.
Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, from Makaweli.
KStmr Mokolii, McGregor, from Molokai,
Lanai and Maui.
Stmr Kaala. Gahan. from Kahuku.
Am schr Robert Lewers. Goodman, 13
days from San Francisco.
Ha four-roasted sh John Ena, Schnauer,
16 dajs from Victoria. 13 C, en route to Aus-
'"law our-masted sh Hawaiian Isles,
Kustel, 19 days from Victoria, li C, en route
Schr Moiwahine from Hamakua.
SusDAir. June 13.
Japanese s s Miike Mam, 13 days from
Stmr Likelike. Cameron, from Maui.
Stmr Mikahala, Cbaney, from Kauai.
StmrWaialeale, Smy the, from Hamakua.
Stmr James Makee, Hasclund, from Ka
Saturday, June 17.
Am bk Matilda, Swenson, for San Fran
cisco. VESSELS LEAVINO TO-DAT.
Stmr J A Cumminsj Neilson, for Koolau,
sTnfraala, Gahan, for Kahuku and
Punaluu. at 9 a ru
Stmr Mokolii. McGregor, for Molokai,
Lanai an-1 Maui, at 5 p ra.
Haw 4-masted ship John Ena, Schnauer.
for Australia. .. T .
Haw four-masted ship Hawaiian isles,
Kustel, for Ausrralia.
VliSSKLS in pokt.
tThie list does not Include coasters.)
US8 Boston, Day. from a cruise.
U S d Adams, Nelson, San Francisco.
Br scU Norma, Macquarrie, Yokohama.
Am schr Kine Cvrus. Christiansen, wc e.
Am schr Lyman D Foster, Dreyer. wc ie.
schr Lvman D Foster, Dreyer. ie.
bk Matilda. Swenson, anaimo,y.U
bkt Mary Winkelman. Niessen, a
sh Kate Davenport. Reynolds, Ft 1 l.
Am th Ivato ncpnnort,
OSS Australia, Houdlette, San k rancisco.
Br bk Koutenbeck, Kussell, Newcastle.
Am schr Robert Lewers, Goodman, is t
Haw sh John Ena, Schnaaer, ictoria.
Haw sh Hawaiian Isles, Kustel, Victoria.
FUKEION VESSELS EXPECTED.
Vessels. Where from. Dae.
Ger bk O N WUcox. . . .Liverpool.. July 4-10
Rr f t ???t5k L pOQl J uly 2.5-31
a 7 wC F,?u?er Bremen. . .Sept 5-15
Am k artha Davis.. Boston.... Dec 5-15
Am bk bharpihooier... Newcastle. .June 1
Am bk Uinsa Guataniala.June 5
a m u, Ji "lo, San Fran . . . . June 12
Am bkt W H Dimond.San Fran June 20
iii ox ieyion ban Fran...
Am ok Sonoma San Fran...
Am OKtoti Wilder... San Fran.
Am brxt J D Spreckels S F (Kah)'
O 1 S a Miowera Vancouver .
O I S S Warrimoo Sydney
Hr S S China
Br b S Belgic...
It M S S Alameda
Hew bk Leahi...
. .Colonies .
Am schr Anna..
itw us Anures cicn . .t t ran. ..J una 26
Am bkt rianter San Fran.. June 27-30
Am schr Aloha San Fran June 29
Am schr Allen A. ... 8 F(Mah) ...July 1
Am schr Alice Cooke. Pugt Sound. .July 25
Per smr Mokolii 20 calve?, 44 hides and
loO pkgs sundries.
Per stmr Iwalani 1537 bags sugar for H
ilackfeld & Co.
Per stmr Kaala 2100 bagi paddy.
Per stms Pele jwsn hma in, v i
Irwin & Co. rt "
Per stmr C R Bishnn ft? hh'
and 2007 bags suear.
Per strnr Jas Mai
bags sugar and 11 pkgs sundries. '
Per strnr Mikahnla si.-.n Knrra em.. t-
? ll.7c uf.e,ld & C?' 150 bZ3 ricaT 82 bags pia,
12 bdls hides and (3 pkgs sundries.
Per stmr Kinau 570 bags sugar. C Brew-
& Co. 1010 bacs sntrar. T II Davioa Ar Cn
1IG sheep. 2-iO bag3 potatoes, 14 bags corn)
iO DOITS. 6 fjOrses. 20! raiP ninojr.rIaa ?
bbls poi, 180 pkgs sundries. '
Per stmr Likelikp 1?.a rX-r, t.Ma
i . : . ",wv-
bags corn. 30 bbls bbla nni. .ntsnn.
irom San Francioo. ner srhr Rnhsri
Lewers. June 17 Mrs L. E Atwarr. Mi
Mav Logan and Miss Agnes LovelJ.
From Hawaii and Mani, per stmr Kinau,
line 17 W D Deshla. W V Warnw. T:pv
E Faber, Miss J Deyo, Miss Ellen Lyman,
Mary Hichcock. C Thoel. Y Kusata. E W
Crocker. W H Holmes. Mrs Yosltaki .and
child. II A Hecn. W II Smith, A Berster.
Dr Kamai, Dr B D Bond. Miss J Bond. I?
P Low. E Ea01ding, Jas Kenton, GC Akina.
J II Mahrnzie, O Ahu, G K Wilder and
wife. C L Wight and child, Miss Helen Wil
der and 243 on ceck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, June
18 C II Bishop, wife and child, Mrs H
Meiier and 3 chilereu. A M Sproull. G K
Ewart. W G Smith, A Olsen, Ogura, Shida
and 100 on deck.
From Maui, per stmr Likelike, June IS
D Center, I Tooniey, Mr McCartv. Adolph
Spreckels, G 1 Wilder and wife, G W Smith
and wife. A E Murphv and bride, W ft
Nii'oll, Mis3BCornwell. H Center, J Burke'
Sam Sing. A Rosa, J L Kaulukou. M Ross,
W O Aiken, G G Tiemann: Miss M McLen
nan, Miss Hammond, Miss Roper, D Mor
ton, H F Glade, C Bosse, Awana and 130
WHARF AND WAVE.
Diamond Head, June 18, 10 r.M. :
Weather, hazy ; wind, light E.
The steamer Likelike, Captain
Cameron, which took the Claudine's
place last week, slightly touched
the coral reefs of Hana, Maui, last
Wednesday, but she got off again
after a short stay and proceeded on
her route. She will go on the
marine railway this morning for an
Messrs. W. G. Irwin fe Co. are
loading the King Cyrus and bark
entine Mary Winkelman with
sugar. The former vessel will get
away for the Coast next Thursday,
while the Winkelman will follow
her a week from today.
The steamer Claudine came down
from the marine railway last Satur-
aay, tnorougniy cieanea ana re-
paired, witn machinery overhauled,
The schooner Robert Lewers,
Captain W. G. Goodman, arrived
on Saturday morning, lz days
from San Francisco, with G50 tons
of creneral merchandise consigned
to H. Ilackfeld & Co. She left San
cz C J
Francisco at 4 p.m. June 3d ; had
fine weather the entire passage.
The Lewers is docked at Brewer's
wharf. A list of the principal items
of her cargo is as follows : 900 sks
barley, 800 sks bran, 200 sks oats,
150 eks middlings, loO sks wheat,
00 cuiarter-sacks flour, 133 cases
crackers, 100 cases coal oil, 957
pkgs groceries, 1016 pkgs miscel
laneous merchandise, 13d
wine. 5 pkgs whisky, 1600
R W shingles, 1653 R W posts, 150
bbls lime, 69,000 red brick, 50 bales
hay, 720 sks Irish guano.
THE MI IKE MARU.
She Brings a Big Batch of Jap
The Japanese steamer Mi
Marti, Captain Thompson, arrived
yesterday afternoon, thirteen dajs
rom Yokohama. She came into
the harbor under strict quarantine
and anchored in the stream.
She has 1773 Japanese immi
grants on board, 1426 men and 347
women. She also lias tnree camn
passengers on board, two Japanese
and one Hawaiian, and eight steer
As there is no sickness on ooard
the immigrants will be landed at
he quarantine station, commenc
ing at seven o'clock this morning.
The Golden Gate Park.
A pair of fauns arrived from
Molokai 011 Saturday morning.
They will be forwarded to can
Francisco, and on their arrival
Hon. C. R. Bishop will pre
sent them to the Golden Gate Park
commissioners. The fauns can be
seen at the Club stables.
A Social Dinner.
On Saturday evening at the resi
dence of Mr. F. Wr. Maclarlane, on
TWetania street. Admiral Skerrett,
Clans Spreckels and Charles Nord
hoff were entertained at a dinner
given in tneir nonor ny .ur. .uat-
LOCAL AND GENERAL
lhe councils of the government
will meet this afternoon.
The Crescents and Ilawaiis will
play the next league game.
The supreme court will sit this
morning to uecide a number of
Dr. Day and
leave for Chicago
familr will not
until about Au-
The auction credit sale at Hack-
fe.d & Cos will be resumed this
morning at 10 o'clock.
A mortgagee's sale of property
win tase place today at noon at
Morgan s auction rooms.
Four Chinese were arrested yes
terday afternoon while they were
enjoying a quiet smoke of opium.
The Kohala Sugar Co. will hold
a meeting this morning at 10
o clock at the office of Castle &
The Hawaiian Hardware Co.
gives some important information
regarding glassware ana piano
lamps in this issue.
Charles F. Nordhoff, the corres-
pondent of the New York Herald,
and his daughter, will leave for
home on the Australia.
It was estimated that about 150
American citizens were present at
the "Fourth of July" meeting on
Saturday evening at the Arlington
Toda' at noon Jas. F. Morgan
will hold a sale of old buildings on
the esplanade. The structures ad
join the inter-island storehouse on
The Hawaiian News Co. has in
augurated a clearance sale, to make
room for a lot of new goods shortly
to arrive. Head their new adver
tisement in this issue.
TAKING IT BACK.
The Result of Allowing Royal
ists to Remain in Office.
Out of the large number of office
holders previous to the revolution,
the executive of the annexation
club states that very few have
signed the annexation club
rolls. The few who have are now
taking courage at the want of action
on the part of the authorities and
are beginning to withdraw their
names from the rolls.
In an interview with chairman
McStocker that gentleman said in
reply to questions : "Well, no, there
are not many who can withdraw
their names as but few of the large
number of office holders have
signed, but even those who have
see they have nothing to fear, so
the3r have made up their minds to
draw their salaries and fight an-
nexation at the same time."
"What will the club do about
the matter?" asked the reporter.
Do? Well, I don't know that
we can do much of anything, just
at present except, mat wo mienu
to publish the entire list soon of
omce holders who are anti-annexa
tionists. Yes, that's what !" said
Mr. Mcotocicer, shutting one eye
and gazing sadly at the dog star
that was just peeping over the
"Are they mostly roj'alisfs who
are scratching their names?''
"Mostly? Why, every one of
them ; the last one is a rank royal-
ist, the postmaster of North and
South Kona. Here is the letter if
you want to read it."
The Paradise of the Pacific has
not suspended publication as an
nounced. Editor Frank Godfrey
states he did not say the paper
had suspeneded, but that the gov
ernment had suspended the sub
sidy which had formerly been paid
that journal. The error was caused
by the reporter misunderstanding
the application of the word "sus
pended," as used by him. Mr.
Godfrey states the paper will be
issued a3 usual.
v Fell from a Tree.
Another accident caused by a
fall from a tree occurred yesterday
afternoon at the Waikiki residence
of A. S. Cleghorn. J. W. Robert
son's daughter Helen fell to the
ground, a distance of about fifteen
feet, and fractured an ankle bone.
More Opium Rumors.
It is stated that 400 tins of
Hongkong opium, consigned to a
firm on Nuuanu street, are aboard
the Japanese steamer Miike Maru.
The authorities will no doubt locate
and capture it today.
A Minister's Secretary.
One of the cabin passengers on
board the Miike Maru is Mr.
Onaka, who is secretary to the Ha
waiian minister resident at Tokio.
The Crown Jewels.
The preliminary hearing of
George Ryan, charged with the
larcenv of the crown jewels, has
gone over until next Saturday.
Arrival of the John Ena
The new, large and fine Hawai
ian four-masted iron ships John
Ena (Captain Schnauer) and Ha
waiian Isles (Captain Kustel) both
arrived on Saturday afternoon from
Victoria, Ii. C, and dropped their
anchors off Kalia. They, have full
cargoes of lumbar for St. Pierie,
Australia, for which port they will
sail today after registering at the
custom house under the Hawaiian
These vessels are large, and rank
among the finest afloat of merchant
vessels of their size. The John Ena
has on board 2,5S0,000 feet of lum
ber, or nearly three times more
than the carrying capacity of the
schooners Alice Cooke or Aloha.
The Hawaiian Isles has a lesser
quantity of lumber, she carrying
only 2360 tons of dead weight to
the John Jbna s 4dOU tons or, in
other words, John Ena's registered
tonnage is 256S tons, and the Ha-
T 1 crnm7 A. ' H a
wanan lsies zw tuns, or vu tons
The John Ena came down in 1G
days a very remarkably quick
passage, while the Hawaiian Isles
made the passage in aoout nine
teen days. These two vessels are
1 . V 11
now lying on pore, ana nave
aroused the admiration of sight
seers from shore. They are rigged
exactly the same, the fore, main
and mizzen masts all carry yards,
while the ligger masts do not
I Cattains Schnauer and Kustel
called at Mr. John Ena's place
yesterda'. The former gentleman
was master of the bark Harvester
for many years, while Captain Kus
tel was in command of the barken
tine John Smith for a long time.
Both captains are well known in
THE CRESCENTS LOSE.
Careless Playing Gives the Game
A -', to Their Opponents.
The game ori Saturday, between
the Kamehamehas and the Cres
cents, resulted in a victory for the
school boys by a score of seven to
five. Some careless playing in the
first inning on the part of the Cres
cents virtually made a present of
the game to their opponents.
The Kamehamehas were not al
lowed to make a run after the
second inning, much to the sur
prise of the spectators, who expec
ted to see a 20 to 0 game. This
was due, in the main, to the excel
lent twirling of James Lemon, who
occupied the box for the Crescents.
He pitched a strong game and
only touched for six hits by
the Kamehameha sloggers. A num
ber of errors were chalked up
against both learns, but the game
was interesting nevertheless. Some
good plavs were made on both
sides, which were liberally ap
SCORE BY INNINGS.
.4 3000000 07
.2 0110000 15
Business Transacted in Execu
An executive meeting of the an
nexation club was held yesterday
morning. A request from Minister
Blount for a copy of the rolls of the
club, to be lurnisned today, was
considered. It was decided that
the club had not sufficient clerical
aid to furnish a copy of the large
list in the time specified.
The matter of preparing the cre
dentials of Mr W. B. Oleson, who
will represent the club's interests
at Washington, was brought up
and the secretary was ordered to
prepare and engross the samo as
soon as possible.
rpiIERE WILL BE A MEETING
JL of the Stockholders of the Kohala
Sugar Companv, at the office of Castle
& Cooke, on MONDAY, the 19th inst.
at 10 a. 51. A full attendance h desired.
J. B. ATHERTiiX,
DRIVING MAKE AND
will be sold cheap for
sold singly or together).
," Advertiser office.
cash (will be
Addres3 "J. J.
AY'OUNG WOMAN WISHES TO
fill a position in a family, to take
care of children and to do liyht house
work and sewing. Apply to this office.
A COMPETENT FERSON AS
xjl Overseer on a Sugar Estate. There
are possibilities of promotion for the
right man ; references required. Apply
to C. BREWER & CO., L'd.
Honolulu. June 15, 1S93. 3407-1 w
Taro flour is recommended for
people who are troubled with indigestion.
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITE3I3.
X- American Enameled But'
ion-Hole Buttons for Sale at the
I X I
ST Mending Silks in Black,
White and Colored ; Mending' Cot
tons; World's Fair Needle Cases, and
Kensington Crochet Cotton at Sachs',
o-20 Fort street.
ST" Finest Enameled Cabinets
only $3 a dozen at Cosmopolitan
Photo Co., 467 Nuuana street.
please send in their orders
to VY. H.
Benson, at the Arlington.
in Lyons Silk,
very stylish ;
Fichus, at N. S.
Sachs', Fort street.
)S" For Bargains in New and
Second-hand Furniture, Lawn Mow
ers, wiener uiiairs, uarden Jtiose,
etc., call at the I. X. L., corner of
Nuuanu and King streets.
lESs?" Now is the time to lay in a
stock of Honolulu Soap. You 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. Highest prices paid for tallow.
If you want to sell out
your Furniture iu its entirety, call
at the I. X. Ii.
ejST" Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes,
Ice Boxe3, Stoves, Hanging Lamps,
Rugs, Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Steamer
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
Nuuanu and King streets.
IST The Musical Library of the
late G. L. Babcock is now on sale at
the Golden Rule Bazaar.
pgr" 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 warirobes fitted out as well and
with the same style a3 can be ob
tained in San Francisco. 3267
SJ&F" Prompt returns made on
Goods sold on commission at the
I. X. L.
WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
the undersigned will not be respon
sible foranv debts con'racted on account
of the Para Jise of the Pacific without his
written order, nor will any receipts on
account of said paper be recognized after
this date, unless signed by him.
oer W. II. CnAKLccK, Jr.
June ll, 1893. 3408-tf
ALL ORDERS OR BILLS AGAINST
the Paradise of the Pacific news
paper signed by J. J. Williams or the
undersigned, or any receipts eigned by
either of the two, are valid.
Managing Editor aradise of Pacific.
Bernice Pauilii Bishop Museum.
DURING ALTERATIONS OCCA
' sioned by additions to the building
this Museum will be closed to tho public
after Saturday, June 17, 1893. By order
of the Trustees.
WM. T. BRIGHAM,
3407-1 w Curator.
Real Estate for Sale.
7 VALUABLE PIECES
of improved Property, locat
ed in different parts of the
the city of Honolulu ; all bar
gains. Apply for full parti
BRUCE & A. J. CART WRIGHT.
AVING SOLD OUT MY EXPRESS
Business, all accounts due Sanders'
Express up to June 1st, will be collected
by Mr. Frank H. Cooper. After June loth
all unsettled accounts w 1 be put into
the hand of a collector.
3395 2w M. N. SANDERS.
THE PREMISES SITUATE
on th ecorner of Beretania and
Alapai htreets. I he House is
large and contains five airy Rooms with
large Lanai and the lot. These Pre
mises are pleasantly and conveniently
located. Possession given May 1st,
1893. Apply to
J. ALFRED MAGOON,
Next Post Office.
A DESIRABLE DWELLING
witli commodious Grounds;
Shrubberv, etc., on Kinau Street
next to corner of Pensacola; one block
from Tramcars. E. R. HENDRY,
337 7-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co
All kinds of artistic printing at
the Gazette Office.
Being a purely vegetable
product and without any che
mical additions, Taro Flovr
can do do harm. Better still.
it does good
taken in any of
of man. The
nine ioi auer navjnc nan a
. i ... 1 1
dozen different food prepara
tions lorced down its thro-.it
will take kindly to Taro Floui
and thrive upon it; the boy
who has reached the age o
knickerbockers shows an in
clination toward healthy sports
which but for its use, he would
steer clear off; the young man
wno at an age when he can
with imnunitv cast sheen's
eyes at the girls and is admir
ed for the health' color in his
cheeks owes it all to Taro
Flour; the happv father is
happier, his eye is clearer,
knows its value and gives it to
the baby; and when he reaches
middle age, he continues using
it because it rids the stomach
of dyspeptic tendencies; the
man at sixty who in his earlier
days fooled with his digestive
organs takes it because it is
the only thing that will tone
up his stomach; and at eighty,
the patriarch lives upon dishes
made of Taro Flour .because
he wants to live to be a hun
dred. You might as well try it
Ice Cream Parlors
Are well known for their excel
lent quality of
JFino Ico Cream,
Calces, Candies, Pies,
loo Cream Soda, Sherbets,
Hot Coffee, Tea and Chocolate, Etc.
The most attractive colllection of
Island Curios !
gST" NATIVE FANS a epecialty.
85 Hotel Street.
LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
X. against James Love, are requested
to present same at once at the office
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWttlGHT.
SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE
from this date for any debt or debts
that may be contracted by my wife, Kate
Clarion xnomas, wuuoui my wrucen
order. E. B. THOMAS.
Honolulu, June 5, 1893. 3398 tf
A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY BATHING
Resort has been opened at Waikiki.
Tramcars pass the gate . Special arrange
ments can be made for Family Picnics
and Evening Bathing Parties . 3274 3m
1?. M. WAKEFIELD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Lw
Temporary Office with C. W. Ash ford,
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Extra Palo Lager Beer
On Draught Clear, Cool and Invigorating.
Also, always on hand
OYSrElt -:- COCKTAILS !
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
7"Hot Lunch from 11 :30 a. m. to
1 :o0 p. M daily. 3373 1m
W. H. BENSON.
GCT Leave orders on slate at Room 13
Arlington Hotel. Hotel St S040-lmtf
W. A. KINNEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office: No. 60 Fort Street, (W. O.
Smith's Law Office). 3360-tf
To Let or Lease.
UOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES
on Beretania Street, lately occupied
by Mr. E. W. Peterson. For particulars
apply to E. C. ROWE,
3292-tf King Street.
CASTLE & COOKE
LIKK AND Kilt in
NEW ENGLAND MDTUAL
Life Insurance Co.
COMPANY OF LONDON,
iEtna Fire Insurance Co.
GO TO THE
Oil TO THIfi
- HATES -
Table Board $1 h t day.
Board and Lodging 2 " "
Board and Lodging $12 Mrwck.
jDESF"8peclal monthly prii-en.
T. E. KROUSE. - Pkoiriktoh.
MRS. E. TURNER
Has rctnoYcd her
To Hotel st, Opp. the Y. M. C. A. Hall
Where she is prep:vnd to do Dressmaking
in all the latest EtU-H. The new tnelhod
of form-fitting employed (tho method
now used by all the leading dressmakers
in San Francisco).
)C7A11 work neatly and promptly
finished. Prices an reasonable an any iu
the city. 3231-tf
CHARLES B. COOPER, IJ. D.,
Physician arwl Surgeon
Office: 31 Alakea Stnet.
Offics Hours: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
p. M., 7 to 8 P. m; Sundays 9:30 to 10:30
Telephones: Mutual 421, Bell 110.
Residence: No. 10 Union Street, Mulual
Telephone 490, Honolulu, II. I.
For Sale or Exchange.
RESIDENCE IN A VERY
desirable part of Honolulu. Par
lor, Dining Room, 2 bed Roouift,
Pantry, Kitchen, dewing !toom, In main
house. Cottage adjoining of 2 papered
Rooms, Store Room and Bath Room.
Lot 100x200 feet. Sell or exchange for
smaller property and cash or security.
All the buildintrs are new. One block
from Tramwayn. Apply at this otlice.
E. B. TITO MAS
Contractor and Builder
ESTIMATES GIVEN ON
all kinds of Urirk, Iron
btone and Wooden Build
ings. All kinds of Jobbing
In the building trade at
tended to. Keeps for sale: Hrick, Lime
Cement, Iron Btone Pfte and Flttinga, old
and new Corrugated Ircn, Minton Tiles,
Quarry Tiles, assorted sizes and colors.
California and Monterey Hand, CSranit
Curbing and Blocks. Ktc, Etc.
Office and Yard Cor King and tfmith
8ta. Office Hours 8 to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 r.M
Telephones BrlJ 3M ; Mutual 417. KeM
dence, Mutual 410. P. O. Box 117.
JUST -:- ARRIVED!
Oyster Cocktails !
Where tho popular
On Draught is al ways Fret-h and Cold.
The Palace Ice Cream Parlors
Mrs. E. A. ATWOOD, PnorniETREfiS.
We still continue to manufacture tho
finest quality of ICE CREAM
in this city Families and Parties
supplied at short notice.
A first-class assortment of fine FRENCH
CANDIES on hand; .delicious
COFFEE or TEA with SAND
WICHES or ROLLS.
Try our ICE CRE AM SODA today.
Work equal to the beet at San
Francisco prices at the Gazette
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