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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 2G, 1893.
OiSD B&ILW1T LAND CO.'S TIME TABLE. Fl,OM VFTSR JUNE 1, 1892. -3 jrW- TKAIN8 TO EWA MII.I.. P, B A I A.St. P.M. r.M. P.M. Leave Honolulu.. 8:45 1:45 4:35 5:10 Leave Pearl City..9:S0 2:30 5:10 5:56 Arrive Evra Jlilf...9:57 2:57 5:33 6:22 TO nCN'OLULU. C B B A A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. leavo Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43 3:43 5:42 Leave Pearl City..0:55 11:15 4:15 6:10 Arrive Honolulu. .7:30 11:55 4 :55 6:45 A Saturday only. B Daily. C Sundays excepted. D Saturdays excepted. rOKElON MAIL 8EUVICE. Steamships will leave for and arrive from San Francisco, on the following dates, till the close of 1S93. Leave HoaoLuiu fob Sas Fbascisco. Belgic June 27 Manpota June29 Warrimoo, for Van couver..... ...July 1 Peru ;Julv.Z Oceanic July 17 Australia.... July 19 Bio Janeiro ..July 25 Dce' at Honolulu Fm. Sas i BASCI8CO. Alameda June 29 China J"1 ?, Australia.... J ulv 12 Warrimoo,! rom an- couver July 21 Mariposa July 27 Oceanic Aug. 7 Australia ... Aug. Miowera, from Van couver Aug. 21 Monowai... Aug. 24 Australia.... bept. 6 China Sept. 18 Warrimoo.fromVan- couver Sept. 21 Alameda Sept. 21 Australia.... . 'Jet. 4 Oceanic Oct. Jo Mariposa . . . Oct 19 Miowera, froni Van couver Oct. 21 Australia.... ?ov. 1 Monowai... Nov 10 Warnmoo.f rom an couver.. ..Nov. 21 Chi.ia Nov. 27 Australia Deo. 6 Ahiaieda lvec. 11 Miowera, from an- couver Uec. 21 Oceanic .... ,ec2 Australia . ...Jan. d Warrirooo.from Van couver . - .Jan. 21 Monowai.... J uiy a Miowera, for Van couver Aug. 1 Gaelic Aug. 6 Polcinc. Ane. 1 Australia... .Aug. 16 AUmeda Aug. 24 Warrimoo, for Van couver.... Aug. HI Australia.. .Sept. 13 Mariposa... bept. 21 Oceanic fcept.2o Miowera. for Van couver Oct. 2 Australia Oct. 11 Monowai Oct. 19 Warrimoo, for Van couver Nov. 1 China Nov. G Australia ov, Alameda Nov. 10 Miowera, for v an couverr. ....Dec. 2 Oceanic Dec. 4 Australia Dec. 6 Alameda.... lec. 14 Warrimoo, for Van couver Jan. 1 City Peking. .Jan. 2 SHIPPINU INTELLIGENCE. VKUIVALa. Satjtbday i June 24- Stmr Mokolii. McGregor, from Molokai. Stmr Waimanalo. Dudoit, from Koolan. Stmr Iwalani. Freeman, from Kauai. Stmr C It Bishop. Le Claire, from Kauai. Schr Kawailani from Koolau. Sunday. J uue 25. Stmr Likelike. Cameron, from Maui. Stmr Mikahala. Chaney. from Kauai. Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, 10X days from -San Francisco. "... Schr Ka Moi from Ilatuakua. DKPAHTOKESi Satubday, June 21. Am schr Lyman D Foster, Dreyer, for San Francisco fcchr Liholiho, Berry, for Waianae. VESSELS 1EAVISO TO-DAY. Stmr J A Cummins, Neilson. for Koolau, at 10 a m . ... Stmr Waialeale, Smythe.' for Hanamal ulu. Kilauea and Hanalei. at 4 p in. Stmr Hawaii. Fitzgerald, for Haniakni. Stmr Mokolii. McGregor, for Molokai. at 5 pm. . ... . Stmr Iwalani, Freeman, for Makaweli.at Vr s's Adams. Nelson, for target practice ctifce it . LTincr I'rnn Christiansen, for OWM v J " San r ranoiaco. Schr Kawailani for Koolau. Schr Sarah and Eliza for Koolau VESSELS IN FOKT. ' fThH list does not lnclade ootert.) NAVAL VESSELS. U S S Boston, Dav.from a cruise. U 8 d Adams, Nelson, San Francisco. MERCHANTMEN. Br sen Norma, Macquarrie, Yokohama. Ambkt Mary Winkelman, N lessen, s F Am sh Kate Davenport. Reynolds, Pt Br bk Koutenbeck, Kus3ell, ewcastle. -K - l.Knr f jinrort f i CtruX 111 ft n . S r 1 Am schr W 11 Talbot. Bluhm, ewcastle. Am bkt Hilo, LeBalitcr, San Francisco. Br hk Sharpshooter, Newcastle. Amtokt W H Dimond, Nilso.i.San Fran. . Am bfet S G Wilder, Griffith, San Fran. Am bk Ceylon. Calhoun. San Fjncisco FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED. VesaaJa. Where from. Pne. Oer bk O N Wilcox ...Liverpool. .July 4-10 BrbkLadstonk L'pool...July 25-31 Ger bk J C Pfluger Bremen... Sept 5-15 Am bk Martha Davis.. Boston Dec 5-15 AmbkColnsa Guatamala.June 5 Am bk Sonoma San Fran ... J one 20 Am brgt J D Spreckels.S F (Kah)..June 21 C P S S Warrimoo Svdney July 1 Br S S Belgic China Jane2 OSS Mariposa Colonies June 29 R M SS Alameda San Fran June 29 Hawbk Leahi S K(Mah). ..June 19 Am schr Anna 8 F (Kab). ..June 20 Haw bk Andrew Welch.. S b ran. ..June 20 Am bkt Planter San Fran June 2 Am schr Aloha San Fran. ...June 29 Am schr Allen A. ... S F (Mah) . ..July 1 Am schr Alice Cooke. Pugt Sound . .July 2o IMPORTS. Per stmr Mikahala 2717 bags sugar, U0 bags rice. II bdls hides, 1 horse. 1 calf and C5 pkg3 sundries. Pr stmr Iwalani 4703 bags sugar for W G Irwin & Co. Per stmr Kaala 1000 bag-s sugar and C50 bags p3-Jdy. Per stmr C R Billion 2518 bac? sngar for C Brewer & Co, 10 bags rice. 12 hides and 27 p'rfgs snndries. Per stmr Likelike 37 hei.d cattle. 25 bbls poi,81 pigs, 51 bags bones, 99 bags corn, 239 bags potatoes and 70 pkg sundries. EXl'OKTS. For San Francisco, per schr Lyman D Foster. June 24 C Brewer & Co, 5185 bags sugar; F A Schaefer & Co. 295G bags sugar; T H Davie. & Co.3070 bags Migar ; Castle & Cooke. 11,337 bags sugar. Domestic va ue, 1100.815. PASSENGERS. ARRIVALS. From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, June 25 Dr S O Walters, Dr R I Moore. W m Ea?sie, & King. F F Baldwin, t' RUdell. C L Brito. W 1 Wells, Mrs Boyd. Miss C L Turner, J V Montgomery, M Boyle, J M fi; r-r.-i -r.-.-C - Lfv isha, J F Kopoa. Dr T Mitamura, Rtv i ""c, o aanawanoj, Mee "long, From K 24 Misa K Ritchie, Y Yotaumoto, and -Jo UCtt, From San Franci?co, per bk Cevlon, June 2.1 tr V i-n.. u,v w i - ,' Prftm Aran! , n . r : . i : . r i Mrs I) uenfpr nnrl fn.-rk r.l.;i.tro.. w (ravemeyer and wife. John Puu. J W Ka IUJ. A liOrll.l. V II f!nrnvbll II II v Kwart. II Carton. A Ehlers. Miss eel- v V rowte, S Ahrni. Achew, D V nl'inaa, ana 4iaecK. WHARF AND WAVE. ' Diamond Head, June 25, 10 p.m. : tr-.-i i - i f t . ramer, azy ; vrina ugni, ncrtn east. The bark Andrew Welch and barkentine Planter were to leave San Francisco for Honolulu on the loth inst. The schooner Lyman D. Foster t t -.. . saiiea on Jsaturaay lor ban Fran Cisco with 22,548 bags (lS96Jtons) oi sugar. The bark Ceylon, Captain R. Calhoun, broke all her previous records by coming in yesterday morning ten days and sixteen hours from San Francisco, with COO tons of cargo. Left San Francisco on the 14th and had fresh trades and pleasant weather the entire passage. Moonlight Concert. The Hawaiian band, conducted by Professor Berger, will render the following programme at Emma square this evening, commencing at t :ov o'clock : part i. 1. March "Joyce's Post" Brown 2. Overture "Berlin Iiife"....Conradi 3. Clarionet solo "The Martyrs" Donizetti 4. Selection "II Trovatore" Verdi PART II. 5. Overture 'Ormlon" Petiee 6. Euphonium solo "Autumn Leaves' Ackerrnan 7. Waltz "Morning Papers".. Strauss 8. Two marches by Souza a. "The uiaaiators," &. High School uaciets." "Hawaii Ponoi." It Is Not la Grippe. Mr. Editor: I would like to state that the epidemic that is go ing the rounds on the different islands is net la grippe, but a dis ease called fabricule. The disease is very accurately described in "Flint's Practice of Medicine," page 863, edition of 1873. Respect fully, H. Laidlaw, M. D. Spreckelsville, June 22, 1893. Exercises at KaumakapilL The Sunday school exhibition at the Kaumakapili church yesterday morning was largely attended as usual. The exercises were under the supervision of Mrs. B. F. Dil lingham, the Sunday school-superintendent. The honors for the first place were awarded to the Kapa lama Sunday school children, while the Pauoa children ranked second. ,- Barglary ou Saturday Night. The residence of Rev. H. Bing ham, at present occupied by his sisters, was entered on Saturday evening during the-absence of the ladies. The thief visited every iroom in the house and turned vervthincr unside down. Two nur- ml CJ X X i " 1 a r n ses containing aDoui jpiu in smau change are the only articles miss ing. A 2oor Game. If During the baseball game which was played on last Saturday after noon the Hawaiis tallied 10 times but only allowed the Crescents to make one run. The game was un interesting, caused by the very poor playing of the defeated team. Races at Kahulai. The races at Kahului on the 4th promise to be very interesting, and, from present indications, a large number of people will journey there to take them in. It i9 said that a number of fast horses will be sent from this city. . Mr. Spreckels Entertains. Mr. Spreckels entertained a number of friends at his residence on Saturday evening. After a col lation was served dancing was in dulged in to music furnished by the quintette club. Will Give Some Points. The Myrtle boat club will hold a special meeting this evening at 7 ;30 oTc!ock. In addition to trans acting business of importance, a visiting oarsman will make some remarks for the benefit of the boys. An Enterprise Toast. On last Saturday "Jim" Dodd presented the Advertiser com posing force with a keg of cool En terprise lager. In return the boys offer the toast ; "May Jim Dodd's Enterprise prove a success." A Handy Book. "Pertinent points for pilgrims to the Paradise of the Pacific" is the title of a handr book of reference. It is published for free distribution by Frank Godfrey. DELIBERATE SUICIDE S. tUCAULEY SHOOTS fiLMSZLF THROUGH THE BRAIN. Strange Ccndnct of His Wife. Removed to the Hospital, Where lie Kxplret A Coroner Inqnett VClll Re Held. About noontime yesterday S. Macauley, the piano tuner, shot and mortally wounded himself. The suicidal act was done in the bathroom of his residence, which is situated on Alakea street, next door to the Pacific Club. He was con veyed to the hospital, but death ended hi3 sufferings at 2:40 o'clock, or twenty minute3 after his arrival at that institution. The cause of death was a gunshot wound in the head. The ball en tered the scalp back of the right ear and penetrated the brain. He died without regaining consciousness. The details of tho suicide are i meagre as there was no witness to the act. His wife's reason seems too affected over his sudden ending and when seen during the alternopn by an Advertiser reporter, she could not give an intelligent ac count of the affair. It was learned, however, that Macaule' has been despondent for some time and Often expressed a wish that he could die. He ap peared to be in better spirits yester day morning, however, ns ho did not make any complaints to his wife. About noontime he entered tho bath room and as soon as ho closed the door he commenced to fire the pistol. In all three shots were fired, two of which entered the woodwork surrounding the room. Tho third shot was a deliberate one evidently, as the pistol was held close enough to singe the hair and burn the flesh when it was ex ploded. When tho reports were heard Willie Savidge ran to the house, but was told by Mrs. Macauley that her nusoand was not in. Being suspicious that all was not right he at once went to th station house, where he found Captain Robert Parker, who at once re paired to Macauley's house. When Parker arrived at the door he was mtt by Mrs. Macau ley. He asked her where her hus band was, and she replied that he was not at home. Parker then told her that a report had been brought to the station house that shots had been fired lately in the house and that he intended to search the premises. Mrs. Macauley then said in tne most inainerent man ner, "O, well, he's laying in the bath room." Parker at once went to the bath room where he bund Macauley lying alongside the bath tub in the mauka end of the room witli his head against the door. ,The blood was trickling down his face and neck, and he was evidently in a dying con dition. Parker picked up a Smith and Wesson, 38 calibre, revolver from the bottom of the bath tub and found it had three chambers empty. It had been reshly discharged. He found two of the shots, which had been heard by the neighbors, had gone through he walls of the bath room, one through the side into another yard, and the other through the wall of the next house. When he came out of the bath-room he again ques tioned Mrs. Macauley, whom he ound quietly performing her du ties. In answer to a question as to whether or not she had heard the shots, she replied that she had, but that her husband often fired off tiis pistol when cleaning it, and she had supposed this was what he was doing. Parker then went out and meet ing Dr. Peterson sent him into the house. He then went to the next house and telephoned for Dr. Cooper, the police physician, who soon arrived. Dr. wood was also present, and upon an ex amination being made it was decided to remove the wounded man to the hospital A stretcher was procured from the station house, and two policemen and three prisoners carried the dying man away. As the men took her husband from the house Mrs' Macauley asked Captain Par- er where they were taking him. He told her to the hospital. "O, well, that's all right then," she replied. He was placed upon a cot and made as comfortable as possible, but a urther examination showed that lis wound was fatal and he expir ed without regaining consciousness shortly afterwards as mentioned. The strange conduct of Mrs. Macauley at first gave rise to sus- picions as to the truth of the state ments made by her, but a thorough examination of all the facts that could be gotten by the police went to show that ho had undoubtedlv committed suicule. A coroner's in quest will be held today. Macauley was 73 years of age and was a native of Belfast, Ire land, lie was a resident of this city for many years. LOCAL AND . GENERAL A large furnished room is for rent. Apply at this office. The Kamehamehas and Hawaiis will play the next league game. The Hawaiian band will give a concert at Emma Square this even ing. Five Chinese were arrested on Saturday evening for smoking opium. A house situated on Robello lane, Palama, i3 for rent. See ad vertisement. The U. S. S. Adams will leave today for target-practice. She will go as lar as JLahama. William Eassieof Kealia planta tion is in town. He will leave shortly for a visit to Chicago. Walter Hill, ex-Postmaster-Gen eral, was in town on last Saturday. His health is improving rapidly. For American flags and bunting, call on bam Lederer at the I. A. L. The supply is large and the prices are reasonable. ' Owing to indisposition ofProf. C. J. Lyons, the usual weekly weather and tide tablc3 will not appear for a day or two. Itohan, importer of Japanese goods, has received a lot of new good3 from Japan and China. See advertisement in this issue. The Maui Annexation Club will give a Fourth of July ball at Wai- luku. Some invitations were re ceived in this city yesterday. A special meeting of the stock holders of the Reciprocity Sugar Co. will be held this morning at 9 o'clock at the office of W. O. Smith. The general committee in charge of the fourth of July celebration will meet thi3 evening at i :30 o'clock at the chamber of com merce. Japanese and Chinese immi grants were allowed to depart from the quarantine station yesterday. About 1 00 of the Japanese will be shipped to-day. It i3 said that James Campbell, the capitalist, is figuring with F. H. Hayselden for the purchase of the island of Lanai ; -$150,000 is named as the figure. Mrs. E. von Harslocher and grandson were passengers by the bark Ceylon yesterday. Mrs. Hars- locher is a half sister of Mrs. T. R. Foster and Mrs. S. C. Allen. The Hawaiian" Hardware Com pany have not their usual change of advertisement in this issue. Thev were so busy selling " Hendry breakers" on Saturday that the scribe did not have time to get his pencil at work. Reciprocity Sugar Co. A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE Stockholders of the above Company on important business is called for 9 A..M., MONDAY, June 26th, 1893, at tho office of W. O. Smith on tort Street, Honolulu. A full attendance i3 requested. Proxies must be left with tha Secretary before the hour of meeting. W. K. CASTLE, Secretaty Reciprocity Sugar Co. Honolulu, June 19, 1S93." 3410 6t To Let. THE HOUSE O.V ROBELLO Lane, Palama, containing a Large Parlor, three Eed Rooms, Dining Room, Kitchen and Bath Room and a Large Yard witi Fruit Trees. Pos.ces- s. on given after Julv 7th, 1893. Apply to M. H. PKKEIRA, Corner Nuuanu and Hotel Streets, or to M. U. UORKEA. Pearl City, Mut. Telephone No. 502-C. 341 5-1 m Notice. A LARGE, ATRY FURNISHED 1. K( oom is to let. Enquire at the Advebtiseu Office. 3415-1 w Special Meeting. rIMIE MYRTLE BOAT CLUB WILL hold a Special mpetinsr THIS EVENING at 7:30 o'clock. A full at tendance is deaird as business of im portance will be transacted. Li. T. KKiNAKE, 3415-lt Kpprpfarv. Found. lllSG. OWNER CAN HAVE i:3L same by proving property and pay ing for this advertisement. Apply at Advertiser office. 3415-lt For Sale. f SfcUOND-HAiN L COLUMBIA LIGHT i Roadster Safetv, 189 1 Model ; in first- class condition for sale, a bargain. En quire W. E. BROWN, 3410 This Office. SPECIAL EUSINES3 ITEMS. 7" Hawaiian So.ip, the only pure laundry soap in the market, can be had by the enc 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 grocers with other goods. Price $5.00 per hundred. M. W. McCiiksney's Sons, Agents Honolulu Soap Works Co. 3410-tf. American Enameled Iiat- ion-Holc Buttons for Sale at the I X L. CcT Mending Silks in Black, White and Colored; Mending Cot tons; World's Fair Needle Cases, and Kensington Crochet Cotton at Sachs', 520 Fort street. Xs Finest Enameled Cabinets only S3 a dozen at Cosmopolitan Photo Co., 467 Nuuanu street. 3341-tf Thosa desirous of having their Pianos Tuned or repaired, will please send in their orders to W. H. Benson, at tho Arlington. 33S2-3t 27 Novelties in Lyons Silk, Ladies' Parasols, very stylish; Chiffon Scarfs and Fichu3, at N. S. Sachs', Fort street. EST" 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. S7" If yon want to sell out your Furniture in its entirety, call at the I. X. L. Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Boxes, 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. aT The Musical Library of the late G. L. Babcock is now oa sale at tho Golden Rule Bazaar. 3264-ltf 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. 3267 OST Prompt returns made ou Good3 sold ou commission at the r. x. l. Notice. rpO WHOM IT MAY COSCKRX X 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 bo recognized after this date, unless signe;! by him. J. J. WILLIAM'S, per W. II. Ciiaklcck, Jr. June 16. 1893. . 3408-tt Notice. . A LL ORDERS OR BILLS AGAINST rl tho 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. FRANK GODFRRY, Managing Editor ''aradise of Pacific. - 3403-tf Notice. J AS. F. MORGAN WILL ACT FOR me with full power of attorney during my absence from the Islands. 34ll-3t L. II. DEE. Wanted. VC03IPETKNT I KRSON AS Overseer on a Sugar Estate. Thcro are possibilities of promotion for the right man ; references required. Apply to C. BREWER & CO., L'd. Honolulu. June 15. 18,;3. 3407-1 w Real 'Estate for Sale. 7 VALUABLE PIECES of improved Pioperty, locat ed in different parti of the the city of Honolulu ; all bar gains. Apply lor full parti culars to BRUCE & A. J. CARTWfilGlIT. 3392 tf To Let. THE PREMISES SiTUATB on th eeorner of Beretania and Alapai Streets. Tha House is large and contains five airy llooms with large Lanai and the lot. These Pre mises are pleasantly and conveniently located. Possession given May 1st, 1893. Apply to F. ALFRED MAGOON, Next Post Office. 3357-tf For Rent. A DESIRABLE DWELLING with commodious Grounds; Shrubbery, etc., on Kinau Street nest to corner of Ponsacola ; one block from Tramcars. E. R. HENDRY. w7-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co Daily M?ertiser 50c. per montb. If you are at all in doubt about your trip to the other islands, if you have any reason for believing you cannot stand the journey on account of the usual sea-sickness, get a box of iaro-maloo; the stomach re tains it when it refuses all other food. USAny grocer will supply you. THE ELITE Ice Cream Parlors Are well known for their excel lent quality of Klne Ice Cream, Calces, Candles, I'les, Fancy Pastries, loo Cream Soda, Sherbets, Hot Coffee, Tea and Chocolate, Etc. The most attractive col I lection of Inland Curios! 0- NATIVE FANS a specialty. 85 Hotel Street. Notice. LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIM8 J:. against James Love, are requested to present same at once at . the office of BRUCE & A. J. CARTWAIGUT. 3401-tf Notice. DURING MY ABSENCE MRS. Mellis will have full charge of my business, and her receipt will be suffi cient. N. S. SACHS. June 21. 1893. 3411 3 1 "ILAN1W4I." A FIRST-CLASS FAMILY BATHING Resort has been opened at Waikiki. Tramcara 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 Jaw Temporary Office with C. W. Ashford, Merchant Street, Honolulu. 339 My ANCHOR SALOON HAS JOHN WIKLAND'8 Extra Pale Lager Beer On Draught Clear, Cool and Invigorating. Also, always on band OYSTER -:- COCKTAILS ! OF SUPERIOR QUALITY. glST Hot Lunch from 11 :30 a. m. to 1 :'M p. m daily. 3373-lm PIANO TUNING! V7. H. BENSON. fX7 Leave orders on slate at Boom 13 Arlington Hotel. Hotel Kt 3040-lmtf W. A. KINNEY, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: No. 66 Fort Street, (W. O. Smith's Law Office). 3i 60-tf To Let or Lease. rriHOSE DESIRABLE PREMISES JL on Beretania Street, lately occupied by Mr. E . W. Peterson. For particulars apply to E. C. ROWE, 3292-tf King Street. Charts ecu Vhonolulu CASTLE & COOKE LI'.E AND ITIIIK INSURANCE AGENTS AGENTS FOR NEW ENGLAND MDTDAL Life Insurance Co. OF BOSTO!. -A.llianco Assuranco COMPANY OF LONDON, jtna Fire Insurance Co. OF" HARTFORD. PER MONOWAI -FOR THE CE1TEEI0N Fresh Oysters -FOR- COCKTAILS ! 3335-1 y GO TO THE EAGLE HOUSE, Nuuanu Avenue. Olt TO Till. ARLINGTON HOTEL Hotel Street RAT KM Table Board fl -r day. Board and Lodging $2 " Board and Lodging $12 perwi''k. ST"Npieial monthly prion. T. E. KHOUSE Piiopiuktok. MRS. E TUKNKIt Has removed her DRESSMAKING ROOMS To Hotel it, Opp. tfcfl Y. H. C A. Hill Where she is prepared to do DrexMniakiiiR in all the la'ett BtyW-s. The new method of. nrm-fltting employed (the method now used by all the leading tlreeHrnaUers in San Francifwo). GCT"All work neatly and promptly finished. Prices as reasonable an any in the city. 3234-tf CHARLES B. COOPER, M. D., Physician find Surgeon Office: 34 Alakea Street. Offick IIocbs: 10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 4 p. M., 7 to 8 P. M ; Sundays 9 :30 to 10 :30 A. K. Telephones: Mutual 424, Bell 116. Residence: No. 10 Union Street, Mutual Telephone 490, Honolulu, 11. I. . 33fttMf For Sale or Exchange. T T7 CI T TAT" XTIT,' tV k VfTV tttf, aeBiraoie pari oi uonoiuiu. x ar- lor. Dining Room, 2 Bed Rooms, Pantry, Kitchen, Kewing 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 caBh or security. All the buildings are new. One block from Tramwayo. Apply at this office. 3013-tf E. 13. THOMAS Contractor and Builder ESTIMATEH (JIVEN on all -kinds of Brick, Iron Stone and Wooden Huild tngs. All kinds of Jobbing In the building trade at tended to. Keep for sale: Brick, Lime Cement. Iron Btone Pipe and Kittinirn. old and new Corrugated Iron, Mlnton Tile, Qaarrv Tilea, assorted aires and colon. California and Monterey Hand, Uranit Curbing and Blocks, Ktc.. Ktc. Office and Yard cor King hixJ Kniltn 8ts. Office Hours ft to 12 a.m., I to 4 r.M Telephones Bell 351 : Mutual 417. Krai dence, Mutual 410. P. O. Box 117. JUST -:- AH RIVED! FRESH CALIFORNIA Oyster Cocktails ! FOR Merchants' Exchange Where the popular ENTERPRISE BEElt On Draught i3 al ways Freeh and Cold. 33C7-lf Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum. DURING ALTERATIONS occa sioned by additions to the building his Mu'eum will on closed to thn public after Saturday, June 17, 1893. By order of the Trustees. WM. T. BRIGHAM, 3407-lw Curator. Notice. DURING MY ABSENCE MR. E. Waltner will act for me under a full power of attorney. 3. ROTH. 34U-3t