DAILY PACIFIC COMMEKCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 20, 1893.
OiHD RilLWAY 6 USD CO
PROM AMD AFTER JUNE 1, 182.
TO EWA MIXI,.
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- A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. . .8:45 1:43 4:35 5:10
Leave Pearl City.. 9:30 2:30 5:10 5:56
Arrive Ewa Mill.. . 9:57 2:57 ?:3S 6:22
A.M.- AU. P.M. P.M.
Leave Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43 3:43 5:42
Leave Pearl City..6:53 11:15 4:15 6:10
Arrive Honolulu. .7:30 11:55 4:55 C:45
A Saturdays only.
C Sundays excepted.
FOREIGN MAIL SKTtVICi:.
bteamsh'ps will leave for and arrive from
54n Francisco, on the following dates, till
hi close of 1833.
'ok Sas Fbascisco.
Due at Hosolclu
Fm. Sax p bascieco.
Australia. ..June 14
Miowera, from Van
couver June 21
Alameda... .Ji.ne 29
China July 9
Australia.. ..Julv 12
conver July 2
Mariposa.... July 27
Oceai.ic Aun 7
usirnia . . uir.
Miowera, from Van
C.iiia. June 18
A istralia...Jane 21
Btltfc June 27
W irf imoo, for Van-
of ver .Julv 1
Oceanic July 17
li (Janeiro.. July 25
3.jowera, for Van-
-couver Aug. 1
Gaelic Aug. 6
Cuy Peking. Aug. 1
Australia. . ..Auk- 13
Al.irneaa... . Aug. 21
Warrimoo, for Van
couver Au. m
Australia... tiept. 13
.Mariposa... bept. 21
Oceanic f ept. 23
Miowera, for Van
couver Oct. 2
Australia Oct. 11
Monowai Oct. 19
Monowai. ..Aug. 24
Australia. .. .faept. 6
Clrna set t. 19
cauvcr Kept. 21
Alaruedi Sept. 21
Australia Oct. 4
Oceanic Oct. JG
Mamosa ... Oct. 19
Miowera. from Van
couver Oct. 21
Australia Nov. 1
Monowai... Nov 10
Warrimoo, for Van
couver.... -Nov. 1
China Nov. G
Australia.... Nov. 8
Alameda. ...Nov. 16
Miowera, for Van
couver Dec. 2
Oceanic. ....Dec. 4
Australia Dec. 6
Alameda.... Dec. 14
Warrimoo, for Van
couver Jan. 1
City Peking Ian. 2
Warrimoo .from Van
couver Nov. 21
China Nov. 27
Australia Deo. 6
Alameda.. .Dec. 14
Miowera, from Van
couver Dec. 21
Oceanic Dec 25
Australia J an. 3
couver Jan. 21
IT TBS eOVEJNXZST SUBVXT.
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M 9 Z. S "m So 13. tt 3
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Sin" II JO. 19 30.14 71 81 0.P2 6B 6 5
Mod 2 30.lt 30 10 7.1 8' 0.07 71 4 SE . 4
Toe l(.3J.li30lC 73 81 0 01 6d 3 IE 4
Wed 4 3U 12 30 07 11 82 0 00 7o 8 4
ThU I5 30 113J.07 67 8 0 02 63 3 XI S
Frl. 16 :W 11 30 05 7i i M)3 69 3 he 3
8t. I7i: 7 30 03 67 81 O.Ot 2 KK 3
Tides. San ana Moon.
bt o.. LTOXB.
H h b Z $
T ua 4 4 s O
2S 2s a? 6? s i
p.m. .m. ft.tn. p.m.
19 8.40 9 . 0 2.40 0. 0 8.18 8.44
2i 9.30 10. 0j 4. 0 2. 0 8.18 8.44
21 lO.aOll. 0 4.20 3.40 8.19 8.45
22 U.50 5. 0 6. 0 8.W 8.45
p.u. a.m. I
23 1.20 0.20 6. 0 7. 0 8.19 8.45
24 1.63 X. Oi .3 9. 0 8.19 8.46
a 2.30 2. 0j 6.60 10.20 6.2o 6.46
First quarter of the moon on the 20th at 4b.
Time Whistle blown fct lh. 23m. S4. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which la the sme 12h. 0m. 0.
ot Greenwich time.
Mosdat, June 19.
Br 3 S China, Seabury, from Hongkong,
Am whr W H Talbot, Bluhm, 39 dajs
' Schr Kawailani from Koolau.
Schr Sarah and Eliza from Kooiau.
ilosDAY. June 19.
Br S S China, Seabury, for San Francisco.
Haw 4-roasted ship John Ena, Schnauer,
Haw 4-masted ship Hawaiian Isle?, K.us
tel. for Australia.
- fctmrJ A Cummins, Neilson. for Koolau.
i3tmr Kaala, Qahan, for Kahuku and
Punaluu. ' .
Stmr Mokolii, McGregor, for Moloiai.
Lanai and Maui.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-DAY. '
Stmr Waialeale, Smythe, for Lahaina
and Hamakua.at 12 m. . , . . TT
Stmr Claudine, Davies. for Maui and Ha
waii, at 2 p m.
St r C K Bishoo. Le Claire, for kdauea
and Kapaa at 4 p m.
Stmr Fele, Smythe, for Makawell, at 4
P Stmr Mikahala. Chaney. for Kauai, at 5
Schr Kawailani for Koolau.
Schr Moiwahine for Hamakua.
Schr Sarah and Eliza for Koolau.
VESSEL!) IN PORT.
fTMa list does not include coaatera.)
U 5 S Boston, Day, from a cruise.
O" S d Adams, Nelson, San Francisco.
Br sch Norma, Macquarrie, Yokohama.
Am schr King Cyru, Christiansen, Nwc'le.
Am schr Lvman D Foster, Dreyer. Nwc'le.
Am bk Matilda. Swenson, Nanaimo, B. C.
Am bkt Mary Winkelman, Niessen, S F.
Am sh Kate Davenport. Reynolds, Pt T'd.
OSS Australia, Houdlette, San Francisco.
Br bk Koutenbeck, Russell, Newcastle.
Am chr Robert Lewers. Goodman. S F
Am schr W H Talbot, Bluhm. Newcastle.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Veiaela. ' : Where from. - Due. .
Ger bk G N Wilcox. . . . Liverpool. J aly 4-10
Br bk Ladstock L'pooL.July 25-31
Ger bk J C Pfluger Bremen... Sept &-15
Am bk Martha Davis . . Boston .... Dec 5-15
Am bk Sharpshooter. ..Newcastle. .June " 1
Am bk Colusa GuatamaIa..June 5
Am bkt Hilo -.San Fran. .. .June 12
Am bkt W K Dimond.San Fran ... .June 20
Am bk Ceylon San Fran .... June 25
Am bk Sonoma 8an Fran.... June 28
Am bkt 8 G Wilder. . .San Fran. .. .June 19
AmbrgtJDSpreckels.SF (Kah).. June 21
X U ?, ?, r.,owera v ancouver ..June 21
o d o warrimoo Sydney July 1
li , c ceIg,c Cuina Jane 27
O 8 8 .Mariposa Colonies June 21
It SI b S Alameda San Fran June 29
Haw bk Leahi S K(Mah). ..June 19
nmscnrAnna 8 F ( Kah). . . June 20
ii aw ; dk Andrew Welch.. S Fran. ..Jon 20
Am bkt Planter San Fran. .June 27-30
Am senr Aloha San Fran June 29
Am schr Allen A. ... S F (Mali) . ..Julv 1
Arufchr Alice Cooke Pugt Sound. .July- 25
For San Francisco, per bk
C brewer fc Co. l.VR12h:ifsnTfir- ThPft
. . . -v, ' -J "J Kfftl . - u q . i i jl u Lai,
20,812 bags (20.7 lbs), sugar; domestic
From Honpkong and Yokohama, per s s
.uina, j una, j une vj Lra alletort, XV 11
Larches, Mr Constantino and wife. In
transit, 70 saloon and 311 steerage passen
Eor San Francisco, per s s China, June
19 Kev W B Oleson, Chas T Wilder and
43J passengers in transit.
WIIARF AND WAVE.
Diamond Head, June 19, IOp.m
Weather, clear; wind, light N. E.
The schooner Anna arrived at
Kahului on last Fridav and bv
Saturday night her freight was dis-
charged. She is to leave for San
Francisco tomorrow with 5700 bags
The American schooner V. II.
Talbot, Captain Wm. Bluhm, was
docked at the Fort street wharf
yesterday,, 39 days from Newcastle,
with 1330 tons of coal for the O. S.
me steamer Lakeake went on
the marine railway yesterday.
The tteamer Claudine leaves at
2 o'clock this afternoon on the Ki-
A late Hongkong paper says tba,
the Russian cruiser Vitiay is ashore
on the Uorean coast, bhe is in a
precarious condition, but an effort
was to be made to save her. She is
a steel cruiser and was built in
1884 at a cost of $625,000.
WIRES RENDERED USELESS
A lilazc in
Last night, about 9 :45 o'clock,
an alarm was rung in for a fire sup-
j x i xi. - l rr. tl. I
po8eu w iu iu pbt uuiiw. xue The Reciprocity Sugar Co. will
department responded promptlv.i.ftnKi o QQ;,i
and when the firemen reached MerA J
chant , street a dense volume of J
smoke was seen coming lrom a door
leading to the operating room oi
the Bell Telephone Uo. lwo men
immediately rushed upstairs with
extinguishers on their backs and
extinguished a blaze that mignt
have been disastrous. The trouble
was caused by the insulation on a
wire igniting. ine nre rapidly
onrpsid ffnm wirA to tvirA until t.ht
covering on several hundred wires!
was ablaze. The fire will interfere
with the service of the company,
but it is expected that before night
fall the lines will be working again.
The District Court.
the district court yesterday
Ah Quai pleaded guilty to an opi
um charge. He was sentenced to
pay a fine of $50.
Five drunks were assessed $2
A native woman named Kealewa
was lound not guilty on a cnarge
of selling liquor without a license.
A number of other cases were re
It has been truly said that an oc
casional advertisement is like an
occasional dinner. Both bring de
rangement. Continual regularity
in both is the rule of all successful
business men. And yet at times
the hurriedly snatched free lunch
is a boon and a great sustainer of
the inner man. Ex.
J. V. Dill, a water tender on the
s. s. China, was arrested yesterday
morning at the P. M. S. S. wharf
for attempting to smuggle opium
ashone. When searched five tins
of the drug were found on his per
son. His bail was fixed at $500.
Lunch on the China.
Capt. Seabury entertained Presi
dent Dole, Vice-President Wilder,
Ministers Damon, King and Smith
and Messrs. Glade and Suhr at
lunch yesterday on board of the
Off to Burmah.
Lenz, the American cyclist, who
is on a tour around the world, was
last heard from at Yunnan-fu,
China, where he arrived on the
17th ult. He started the next day
for Tali-fu on his way to Burmah.
The Illustrated Tourists' Guide
That popular work, "Tna Tourists
Gutdx Through thb Hawaiian Isl
ands," ia meeting with a steady sale
both at home and abroad. Tourists and
others visiting these islands should be
In possession of a copy of it. It is a per
fect mine of information relating to the
scenes and attractions to be met with
here. Copies in wrappers can be had at
the publication office, 45 Merchant
street, and at the News Dealers. Price
Artistic printing at the Gazette
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A furnished room is wanted.
A young man desires a situation.
Address X. l . Z., this office.
Taro-maloo is a home product.
It makes a weak stomach strong.
The regular term of the supreme
court opened yesterday to hear ap
lhe Hawaiian Gazette is out
this morning. Send a copy to your
Ane aiyrue aoat ciud will hold a
special meeting tomorrow evening
at :30 o'clock.
.'Hawfliinn Bi .f
ftift crrnn-rT- m.L, t : ii
-$5.00 a hundred.
lhe I. A. L. has a big supply of
fireworks for the
your orders now.
A second-hand Columbia road
ster, in good condition, is for sale.
Apply at this office.
The China will call in here on
her return trip to the Orient. She
w"l be due on July 9th.
A gentleman from Maui states
that there is a large lot of sugar at
Tl 1 l" .
ivanuiui awaiting snipmeni.
Hustace & Co. make a ppecialtv
of supplying families with wood
and coal at prices to suit the times.
A money bag containing coin and
certihcates has been lost. Return
to J. Schnack and receive reward.
Eighty-two Chinese out of ninetv-
;ne naa the proper credentials; and
were landed from the China yester
1 here will be a meeting of the
W. C. T. U. this afternoon at 2 :30
o'clock in the Central Union
Rear Admiral Harrrionv. who ha9
been relieved of command of the
Asiatic station, was a nasseneer bv
lhe biennial meetinsr of the
members of the Queen's Hoanital
Corporation will be held on the
13th of July.
Monday morning at the office of
Mr. W. O. Smith. -
This is the third and last day of
tne credit auction sale at the store
of II. Hackfeld & Co. The
commence at 10 o'clock
Madarce J. Phillips, ladies' hair
dresser, 83G Market street, San
Francisco, offers her services to
lauies of this citv whenever thev
ae in San Francisco.
Starts Business for Himself.
George A. Ordway, who left for
San Francisco to select a new
stock of furniture, is expected home
on the Alameda. Mr. Ordway, who
has been in the employ of Hopp &
Co. for the past ten years, will open
a placa of his own. He will be
located in the Robinson block on
Hotel street, and people who want
fine furniture at low prices will
visit his store.
Trade on the China.
Some thrifty Chinese belonging
to the crew of the s. s. China took
in a few Hawaiian dollars yester
day in return for canaries and Jap
anese toys. A cage containing a
diminutive Chinese canary sold for
$1.50. Many people bought them
at this rate.
Looked Like a Map.
A New York insurance company,
says a paper of that city, has the
$5000 insurance policy on the life
of King Kalakaua, deceased, of the
Sandwich islands. There were so
many assignments on the back of
it that it looks liko a railroad map.
The Japanese immigrants by the
s. s. Miike Maru were landed at the
quarantine station yesterday morn
ing with the exception of 500.
Some arrangements at the depot
will have to be completed before
receiving the remainder of the im
migrants. Arrival of Adolph Spreckels.
Mr. Adolph Spreckels, eon of
Claus Spreckels, arrived in the s. s.
China yesterday after a visit to the
Orient. He will be entertained at
a dinner this evening, to be given
at the hotel. Mr. Spreckels will
leave for home tomorrow.
A Long Tour.
Mr. John T. Waterhouse, Jr., and
wife will leave on the Australia for
a three months' trip abroad. Dur
ing their absence they will make a
tour of the United States, followed
by a visit to England.
Steamer from Vancouver.
The s. s. Miowera will be due
here tomorrow from Vancouver, en
route to the Colonies. She is ex
pected to bring some late tele
A jtnckvTios at r
2T y- :
Farewell to Relitiag
The reception given last niglrt by
President and Mrs. F. A. Hosraer
at Oahu college to the retiring
teachers and members of the senior
class was a most brilliant affair.
The college grounds were lighted
up with torches, while the .parlors
of the main ball were resplendent
within. A large number of people
were resent, whilo not a few were
Wit wnv hv ih min whinh
poured during the earlr part of the
For three solid hours the guests
thronged in the parlors to con-
gratulate tne conege lacuity ana
I the senior class, it wa3 tne general
opinion of those present that the
walls of Oahu college never before
contained Euch a large number of
society people. At one corner of
the parlor was placed a large and
beautiful portrait of the late Oren.
b. u. Armstrong, it was a very
excellent likeness of that great
man, and was greatly admired. It
was a most pleasing sight to see
small groups hero and there con
In the dining hall were placed
small tables where the guests were
served with ice cream, sherbet and
After spending a most enjoyable
evening with Mr. and . Mrs. Hos-
mer, the guests began to depart at
a late' hour, the affair closing up
at eleven o clock.
The guests went away with
I pleasant recollections of the good
1 1 ! X X l . Z 1- X"
time they spent with the faculty of
Among those present were Chief
Justice and Mrs. A. v. Judd. the
Misses Judd, Justice V. F. Frear,
Judge H. E. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs.
B. F. Dillingham, Mr. and Mrs. W.
YV. Hall, Rev. S. L. Uesha, Mrs. G.
W. A. Hapai, Mr. and Mrs. xx. R.
Castle, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Magoon,
the Misses Afong, the Misses Perry,
Mrs. and Miss Damon, Mr. and
Mrs. P. C. Jones, Rev. Dr. Beck-
with and Mi33 Beckwith, and a
host of others.
"R. GEO. A. ORDWAY RETURNS
itj. from tha Coast on the steamer
Alameda and brines with him a hne
stock of Furniture, with which he intends
to start in business for himselt in lhe
Kobinson Block oa Hotel Street, lie
will ooen his store about July 1st, anil
would be pleased to wait upon all those
desiring anythinir in hi line. 3410 lv
TM1E MYRTLE EOAT CLUB WILL
JL hold a special meeting on WELjN
BAY EVENING, June 21st, at 7:30
o'clock. A full attendance is req iested.
3410-2t L. T. KENAKE. Secretary.
1 SECOND-HAND COLUMBIA LIGHT
1 Roadster Safety, 189J Model : in first-
class condition for sale, a bargain. En
quire W. E. BROWN,
the members of the Queen's Hospi
tal Corporation will be he!d at the room
of the Chamber of Commerce, THURS
DAY, the 13th July, 1893, at 10 a. m. A
lull attendance is requested. Per order.
F. A. S0UAKFER,
ONEY BAG CONTAINING
amongst Gold Certificates, two $20
Gold Piecesrand a note of $55 payable
to nndersivrned. Suitable reward will be
paid i o finder..
3H0-tf J. SCHNACK.
FURNrSHED ROOM WANT
ed in a family, "li. L ," this
POSITION IN AN OFFICE OR
Store, by a yoantc man jut
tha Mates. A good and rapid
penman. Will furnish typewriter. The
best of references. Address "X. Y Z ,"
city. 3410 tf
Reciprocity Sugar Co.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Stockholders of the above Company
on important business is called for 9am.,
MONDAY, June 24th, 1893, at the office
of W. O. Smith on Fort Street, Honolulu.
A full attendance is requested. Proxies
must be left with the Secretary before
the hour of meeting.
W. R. CASTLE,
, Secretary Reciprocity Sugar Co.
Honolulu, June 19, 1S93." 3410 6t
DY'S DRIVING MARE AND
Phaeton, will be sold cheap for
cash (will be sold singly or together).
Address "J. J.," Advertiser office.
A COMPETENT PERSON A8
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, 1893. 3407-lw
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
EJSf Hawaiian Soap, the only
pore laundry. soap in the market, can
be had by the rase or at retail, at any
of the grocers in Honolulu, as well as
at the company's agents. Families
can now order Hawaiian soap from
their crceers with other coods. Price
S5.00 per hundred.
M. W. McCn es n ky's Sons,
A?ent Honolulu Soap Works? Co.
American Enameled Bat-
ion-Hole Buttons for Sale at the
I X Jj.
BoT Mending Silks In Black,
ti'i 1 1 i i. r jj t.
fnn,. w.i.i'a p;rv!fl nH
Kensington Crochet Cotton at Sachs',
520 Fort street.
EET Finest Enameled Cabinets
only S3 a dozen at Cosmopolitan
Photo Co.. 467 Nuuanu street.
Those desirous of having their
Pianos Tuned or repaired, will
please send iu their orders to W. H.
Benson, at the Arlington. 3382-3t
0" Novelties in Lyons Silk,
Ladies' Parasols, very stylish;
Chiffon Scarfs and Fichus, at N. S.
Sachs', Fort street.
JCS"" For Bargains in New and
Second hand Furniture, Lawn Mow
ere, "Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose,
etc.. call at the I. X. L.. corner of
Nuuunu and King streets.
J - w
II you want to sell out
your Furniture in iU entirety, call
at the I. X. L.
My Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes,
fee Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps,
Rugs. Bureaus. Chiffoniers, Steamer
aud Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounges,
Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets,
sSewiog Machines, Whatnots, Meat
Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest
Cash Prices a.t the I. X. L.
Nuuanu and King streets.
ttaF" The Musical Library of the
late G. L. Babcock is now on sale at
the Golpkn Rule Bazaak.
gST" 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 war Jiobes fitted out as well and
with the same style as can be ob
tained in San Francisco. 3287
EST" Prompt returns made on
Goods sold on commission at the
I. X. L.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
the undersigned will not be respon
sible for any debts contracted on account
of the Paradise of the Pacific without his
written order, nor will any receipts on
account of said paper be recognized after
this date, unlees signed by him.
J. J. VV1L.L.1AJ15,
per W. II . Charlock, Jr.
June 16, 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 signed by
either of the two, are valid.
Managing Editor Paradise of Pacific.
Bernice Pauilii Bishop Mnseum.
DURING ALTERATIONS OCCA
sioned by additions to the building
this Museum will be closed to th public
after Saturday, June 17, 1893. By order
of the Trustees.
WM. T. BRIG HAM,
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
BKUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
HAVING SOLD OUT MY EXPRESS
Business, all accounts due Sanders'
Express up to June 1st, will be col e:ted
by Mr. Frank H.Cooper. After June 15th
all unsettled accounts wi 1 be pat into
the hand of a collector.
3395-2 M. N. SANDERS.
THE PREMISES SITUATE
on th ecorner of Beretania and
Alapai htreets. lhe 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
with commodious Grounds ;
Shrubberv, etc., on Kinau Street
next to corner of Pensacola ; one block
from Tramcars. E. R. HENDRY,
3S77-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co.
If you are at nil in doubt
I ntimit. vniir trin tn ihn jitTiat
I J " f
isiatias. ii you nave any reason
for believing YOU Cannot stand
1 tne lourney on account of tho
usual sea-sickness, get a box of
laro-maloo; the stomach re
tains it when it refuses all
lSisAny grocer will supply
Ice Cream Parlors
Are well known for their excel
lent quality of
Fine Ice Cream,
Calces, Candies, I?leat
loo Cream Soda, Sherbets,
Hot Coffee, Tea and Chocolate, Etc.
The most attractive coll lection of
gJSF" NATIVE FANS a specialty.
85 Hotel Street.
4 LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
l against James Love, are requested
to present same at once at the office
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
t shall not be BE8PON si ble
X from this date for any debt or debts
that may be contracted by my wife, Kate
Marion Thomas, wuuout my wniien
order. E. B. THOMAS.
Honolulu, June 5, 1893. 3398 tf
AFIRST-C LASS FAMILY BATHING
Resort has been opened atWaikiki.
Tramcars pass the gate . Special arrange
ments can be made for Family Picnics
and Eveninz Bathine Parties. 3274-3m
Attorney and Counsellor at Lw
Temporary Office with C. W. Ashford,
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Extra Palo Lager Beer
On Driag&L Clear, Cool ml Invigorating.
Also, always on hand
0YSIER -:- COCKTAILS !
OF SUPERIOR QUALITY.
&Hot Lunch from
1 :30 p M daily.
11 0 x. m. to
W. H. BENSON.
Leare orders on slate at lloom 13
Arlington Hotel. Hotel 8t 8040-lmtf
W. A. KINNEY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Offick: No. 6G Fort Street, (W. O.
Smith's Law Office). 3360-tf
To Letor Lease.
THOSE 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
LIFK AND KIItK
NEW ENGLAND MDTUAL
Life Insuranco Co.
COMPANY Of LONDON,
iEtna Firo lusnrauce Co.
GO TO THE
. Nuuanu Avenue,
OK TO THE
Table Board f 1 lr
Board and Lodging 12" "
Board and Lodging Vi por wek.
CCSpecial monthly rlctR.
TVE. KltOUKE. Paor
MRS. E. THRNEK
Has removed her
To Hotel Bt, Opp. tho T. H. C. A. Hall
Where she is prep.ired to do DressmakinR
In all the latest st i len. The new method
of form-fitting employed (the method
now used by all the leading dressmakers
in San Francisco).
0AU work neatly and promptly
finished. Prices as reasonable as any in
the city. 3234-tf
CHARLE3 B. COOPER, 11 1).,
Physician nnd burgeon
Orrics: 34 Alakea Street.
Orrics Houes: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
r. x., 7 to 8 P. m; Sundays 9:30 to 10 :30
Telephones : Mutual 424 , Bell 110.
Residence : No. 10 Union Street, Mutual
Telephone 490, Honolulu, II. 1.
J?ot Sale or Exchange.
RESIDENCE IN A VERY
desirable part of Honolulu. Par-
Pantry, Kitchen, Hewing' Room, 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 buildings are new. One block
from Tramways. Apply at this office.
E. B. THOMAS
Contractor and Builder
E8TIMATKH GIVEN ON
all tin da of Hrick, Iron
Stone and Woon Build
ings. Allkin!dof Jobbing
In the bnildinp trnde at
tended to. Keeps foraler Hriclt. Lime
Oement, Iron 8ton Pipe n Httiusrh, old
and new Corrugated Iron. M In ton Tiles,
8uarry Tl!ea, assorted size nnd colors 4
alifornia and Monterej Sand Urnnlt
Curbing and Blocks. Ktc.. Rto
Office and YardCor Kinp nnd Snllh
8ts Office Mmirx X to 12 a.m., 1 to 4 r.u
Telephones Bel 1351: Mutual 417. P.esJ
dence. Mutual 410. P O. Hoi 117.
JUST -:- ARRIVED!
Oyster Cocktails !
-Where the popular
On Draught is always Fresh and Cold.
The Palace Ice Cream Parlors
Mas. E. A. ATWOOD, Pbopiiikthkhh.
We still continue to manufacture tho
finest quality of ICE CKKAM
in this city. Families and Parties
supplied at short notice.
A first-class assortment of fine FRENCH
CAN 1)1 KS on hand; delicious
COFFEE or TEA with SAND
WICHES or ROLLS.
Try our ICE CREAM SODA today.
Work equal to the best at San
Francisco prices at the Gazette
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