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UAILYPACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVERTISER, JULY 5, 1893.
BY AUTHORITY Foreica Office Notice. Foreign Office, 1 Honolulu. July 1, 1803. J Mb. A. MURRAY BEATTIE has this day been appointed Hawaiian Consul at Vancouver, British Columbia. 3422 3t 14 37-1 t PUBLIC SCHOOL EXAMINA TIONS, 1893. The annual examinations of the Public Day Schools in the District of Honolulu, will be held as follows : Schools Id the EnglUh Language. On MONDiY, July 17th, at Marques ville, Beretania Street, Moanalua and Kalihi-uka Schools. ' On TUESDAY, July 18th, at Wailupe, Kamoiliili, Manoa and Waikiki kai Schools. On WEDNESDAY, July 19th, at the Pohukaina Girls' School and Pauoa School. On THURSDAY, July 20th, at the Royal School and Kalihi-wr ena School. On FRIDAY, July 21st, at the Fort Street and Kauluwela Schools. School In the Hawaiian Language. On MONDAY, July 17th, at the Government School-boi3e at Kawaiahao, the common Schools of Kaumakapili, Kawaiahao and Roma W. And at Kwa, Waianae and Koolaupoko, as follows: On MONDAY, July 17th, at the Wai ahole School, Koolaupoko. On TUESDAY, July 18th, at Pokai and Makua Schools, "Waianae. On WEDNESDAY, July 19th, at Wi awa, Ewa, and at Kaneohe and Waima nalo Schools, Koolaupoko. The exercises will be free to all, and will bein at 9 o'clock a. m. on each of the days named. After the examinations, the summer vacation will extend to Mon day, the 11th of September next, on which date the next School year will begin. By authority of the Board of Education. W. J AS. SMITH, School Agent. Office of the Board of Education, July 3d, 1893. 3422 3t PROCLAMATION. Executive Building, ) Honolulu, June 30, 1893.) It is hereby ordered that until further notice, the right of the writ of Habeas Corpus is hereby suspended and Martial Law is hereby declared to exist in and throughout the Districts of Hanalei and aimea, on me lsiauu 01 ivauai. (Signed), SAN FORD B. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands and Minis- of Foreign Affairs. Approved : J. A. KnfQ, Minister of the Interior. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. 3420 14S6-tf Water Notice. In accordance with Section 1 of Chap ter XXVI of the laws of 18S6, all persons holding water privileges or those paying water rates, are hereby notified that the water rates for the term endiDg Decem ber 31, 1893, will be due and payable at the office of the Water Works on the Jirst day of July, 1893. All such rates remaining unpaid lor fifteen days after they are due will be subject to an additional 10 per cent. Rates are payable at the office of the Water Works, in the Kapuaiwa Building. All amounts over ten dollars payable in United States gold coin. ANDREW BROWN, Superintendent Honolulu Water Works. Honolulu, II. I., June 16, 1893. 3408-1 m ACT 40. An Act to Increase the Facilities to Depositors and Providing: for Term Deposits In the Hawaiian Postal Saving Itank. Be it Enacted by the Executive and Advisory Councils of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands : Section 1. The Pos'master-General, as Manager of the Postal Savings Bank, with the consent and approval of the Minister of Finance, may issue to any person Term Deposit Certificates in the name of the Hawaiian Postal Savings Back for deposits of not less than Five Hundred Dollars nor more than Five Thousand Dollars. Section 2. The amounts so deposited shall draw interest at a rate not to ex ceed six per cent, per annum to be com puted in accordance with the law reg ulating the Bank. Such deposits shall not in the aggregate exceed $150,000 at anv one time. Section 3. The term for which any deposit shall be received under this Act shall not ezceed twelve months. Section 4. The form of the said cer- tificates shall be as follows, and shall contain the conditions hereinafter set forth : HAWAIIAN POSTAL SAVINGS BANC CERTI FICATES. I No.. Honolulu, 189. . Received from in Coin, Dollars on Deposit, payable in Coin on pre sentation of this Certificate, properly in dorsed. This deposit is made for months, and will bear interest from ISO.., at the rate of per cent, per annum, and in accordance with the conditions "printed hereon. Interest A pproved : Minister of Finance. CONDITIONS. Present this Certificate at the Postal Savings Bank at the expiration of the term stated herein. Interest will ceasa at that date. Holders at a distance may indorse this Certificate and send by mail to the Post al Savings Bank, when it will be paid. This Certificate may be transferred by endorsement, and principal with interest will be paid to the holder hereof. Section 5. This Act shall take effect from the date of its publication. Approved thi3 15th day of June, A. D. 1803. Signed. SANFORD B. DOLE, President of the Provisional Government of the Hawaiian Islands. Signed. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. 3418 1480 1m ASSESSORS' NOTICE. To the Inhabitants and other persons liable to Pay Taxes in the Hawaii Islands : The Assessors of the Hawaiian Islands hereby give notice that their offices will be open from the FIRST TO THE THIRTY-FIRST DAY OF JULY, in- elusive, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. (Sundays and holidays excepted) and on SATUR- DAYS until 12 noon, and all persons liable to be taxed in said Hawaiian Isl- ands, either in their own right, or as Guardian, Administrator, Executor, Trustee or otherwise, are required by law to bring in to the Assessors, within the time above specified, true lists of all their polls and estates both real and per sonal. Your attention is called to the fol lowing Rules and Regulations of the Minister of Finance for the Assessment and Collection of Taxes for the Hawaiian Islands : No. 1 Value of land to be separate from value of Buildings and Improve ments. No. 2 In making a return, state the street and number of lots in town, and lots in the country shall be described by noting the name of the Hi or Ahu puaa in which they are situated, and the number of the Land Commission Award and Royal Patent under which the land is held, and the area. Also, state if any property has been sold during the year, to whom and for what price. No. 3 Returns of Personal Property are to be as of your Books ot July 1st, 1893. No. 4 Under Leasehold Interests a Schedule must be given of all leases, their term, rental and unexpired term. No. 5 Growing Crops cf all kinds, not specified above, are taxable. No. 6 All Schedules attached to this return are a part hereof, and must be filled out as follows : Schedule A Entitled "Growing Crop of Cane. Requires the following par ticulars : No. of Acres, Description, Value per Acre, and Estimated Yield in tons of Sugar of Crop Canes. Schedule B Entitled "Lands Leased." Requires particulars as per rule No. 4. Schedule C Entitled " Lands held in fee simple." Requires particulars as per Rule No. 2. Also, state if the land is Forest, Cane or Pasture. Schedule D Entitled "Cattle List." Re quires No. and Value of Working and Herd Cattle, Milch' "Cows and Bulls, Native or Imported. No. 7 Consignment of Property, wher ever from, in or out of Bond, are to be taxed here. No. S Personal Taxes shall be paid by every male inhabitant of the Ha waiian Islands between the ages of Seventeen and Sixty years, unless exempted by law. JONATHAN SHAW, Assessor for Oahu. C. H. DICKEY, Assessor for Maui. j II. C. AUSTIN, Assessor for Hawaii. J. K. FARLEY, Assessor for Kauai. Approved by S. M. Damon. Minister of Finance. 341 9-1 w 14S6-lt T "1 1 1 T 1 Willi Mil' OF THE Pantheon Saloon Corner Fott and Hotel Streets. JAMES DUDD - PROPRIETOR. The finest Wines and Liquors in the Market. AGENCY OF THE Enterprise iJlWlDg UO. ot San Francisco, California, This Brewery is not in the English evn- dicate. but i3 now on its merits. The DrinciDal owner and brewer is Mr. Ulrich Ramesberger, for many - years brewer with the John Wieland Brewing Company at the enormous salary of $10,000 a year; his beer speaks for itself and is the favorite beer in San Francisco. Always fresh and cool at the AlSTTBCEOlSr. "Sample Keg on Tap today. 34l4-3m nn 1 MM H. K. A. SEMI-ANNUAL MATCH AT THE RIFLE RANGE. The Wall Hoy win Two Trophies. Two Hundred and Seventy Entries in the Citizen's Match. Score and Frlrea. The 17th semi-annual shoot of the Hawaiian rifle association took place yesterday morning at S o'clock at the association's range. There was a large attendance, and the meeting was voted one of the best and most successful held for 3Tears. The day was a superb one for the sport. There was a nine o'clock wind blowing, light and variable. Mr. John Kidwell acted a9 officer of the day, and was ably assisted in making the shoot a success by the aid of Mr. F. S. Dodge, chairman of the range committee. Three of the trophies were won for "keeps," as the boys say, as follows : The Brodie trophy was won for the third and last time by Walter E. Wall ; the E. O. Hall & Son trophy was won for the third time by A. C. Wall, and the fancy sport- ing rifle presented by President Dole was won for the second and last time by John Kidwell. In the citizens match some two hundred and seventy entries were made and the match was one of the most successful and interesting held here for a long time. John Wilson made the highest score in this match with twenty-three out of a possible twenty-five. The following is the official score : 1 I. THE BRODIE CUP. 1st Prize Cup presented by J. Brodie. M. D. 2d Prize Gold Pin presented by Mrs. C. N. Nicoll. 3d Prize $2.50. Conditions of the match : Open to all members of the Association. 1st and 2d prizes to become the property of the marksman winning them three times at the regular meetings of the H. R. A. instance, 2UU yards; rounds 1U; any military rifle under the rules; limited to one entry to each competitor. Entrance fee, $1. Won Jan. 1. 1890. by J. H. Fisher. Won Jan. 1, 1891, bv J. W. Pratt. Wron July 4, 1891, by C. J. Wall. Won Jan. 1, 1892, by H. W. Peck. Won Mar. 17, 1893, by Frank Hustace. J. H. Fisher: 200 yds...4 4454545 4 44 W. E. Wall : 200 yds ..3 5 4 5 5 4 4 4 4 4 2nd for 3rd time takes pin. -42 John Kidwell : 200 yds... 4 4 4 C. J. Wall : 200 yds... 4 3 5 Frank Hustace : 200 yds... 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 4 441 4 4 5 4 4 3 440 3 4 4 5 540 F. S. Dodge : 200 yds...4 45444334 439 J. L. McLean : 200 yds... 4 43244435 437 II. DIRECTORS' PRIZE RIFLE. To be selected by the winner. Valued at $50; also a second prize of $2.50. Conditions: Open to all members of the Association; to become the property of the marksman winning it thn3 times at the regular meetings of the II. R. A. ; 20 shots at 500 yards ; any military rifle under the rules; limited to one entry for each competitor. Entrance fee, $1. Won Mar. 17, 1893, by J. II. Fisher W. E. Wall: 500 yds... 5 4 3 4 5 5 r; r: r; k o r. C. J. WTall : 4 5 544 547-91 500 yds... 5 " ...4 4 5 4 5 5 5 5 244 -45 S9 F. S. Dodge : 500 3'ds...3 4 5 3 ...5 5 3 5 5 5 4 3 -41 S4 J. II. Fisher: 500 yds... 2 4 5 2 5 5 3 " ...5 4 4 5 3 5 5 4 5 3 3 433 3 4079 4 39 33877 Frank Hustace: 500 yds...5 54254244 " ...5 54544044 III. HAWAIIAN FRUIT & PACK ING CO. CUP. Also a second prize of $2.50. Conditions : Open to members of the Association who have not made a record of 80 per cent, in any of the Association's "regular 200 yards matches." To become the property of the marks man winning it twice in succession or three times in all. Distance 200 yards; rounds 10 ; any military rifle under the rules ; limited to one entry to each com petitor. Entrance fee, $1. Won Mar. 17, 1S93, by Jno. Kidwell. John Kidwell : 200 yds... 4 4 4 J. L McLean : 200 yds... 4 3 3 Thos. Wright : 200 yds... 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 4 4 5 10 5 4 3 3 435 3 3 5 4 2 4 IV. H. R A. TROPHY. Valued at $100 ; also a second prize of $2.50. Competitors limited to members of the Association. Conditions: For the highest aggre gate score at 200 and 500 yards ; 10 rounds at each distance; any military rifle under the rules ; to become the property of the marksman winning it three times at regular meetings of the II. R. A. En trance fee, $1. Won Mar. 17, 1S93, by J. II. Fisher. W. E. Wall: 200 yds...5 5 4445444 4 13 500 " ...5 55555555 3 1891 C. J. Wall : 200 yds...4 54344445 4 11 500 " ...5 45445545 5 1687 Frank Hustace : 200 yds...4 54444445 543 500 " ...2 35445555 4 1285 J. H. Fisher: 200 yds...5 5 4 444444 500 "...4 5 5 4 4 4 2 5 4 5 12 S3 A. C. Wall : J. :00 vd?...4 44443445 541 500 ...5 34554453 4 42 S3 F. S Dodre : 200 vds. .44544 500 " ...3 3 3 5 3 4 2 4 5 440 4 5 5 4 5 10 SO V. QUEEN'S TROPHY. Valued at $100; for the highest aggre gate score in matches Nos. 1, 2 and 4 ; to become the property of the marksman winning it three times at the regular meetings of the II. R. A. . Wen Mar. 17, 1S93, by J. II. Fisher. Walter E. Wall 224 216 207 203 202 C.J. Wall... J. H. Fisher F. S. Dodge Frank Hustace.... 1 VI. E. O. HALL & SON TROPHY. Valued at $75 ; also a second prize of 12.50. Conditions: Ten rounds each at 200 and 500 yards. To become the property of the marksman winning it three times. Any military rifle under the rules. Open to all members of the Association who have never won a first-class prize pre vious to January 1. 1S92, or who have not taken part in any of the first-class monthly matches. Anj'one entering in this match cannot be barred from com peting at any future time for the same. Entrance fee $1. Limited to one entry to each competitor. Won Jan. 1, 1S92, by A. C. Wall. Won March 17, 1S93, by A. C. Wall. A. C. Wall : 200 yds...4 5 4 500 " ...4 5 5 John Kidwell : 200 yds... 4 3 4 500 " ...3 4 4 F. S. Dodge : 200 yds... 4 3 4 500 " ...4 4 3 o 4 5 4 4 4 5 5 4 o O 4 4 4 44 5 45 -S9 45 -37- -S2 4-40 33979 VII. HAWAIIAN HARDWARE TROPHY. CO. Valued at $75; second prize, .$2.50. Conditions same as match VI. Won Jan. 1, 1892, by F. S. Dodge. Won March 17, 1893, by F. S. Dodge. A. C. Wall: 200 yds... 4 4 5 4 5 4 3 4 4 441 5 2 5 5 S 42-83 500 " ...4 5 5 4 4 John Kidwell : 2C0 yds...4 44453444 5-41 500 " ...4 55445344 240 SI F. S. Dodge : 200 yds... 4 45344234 437 500 " ...4 55442434 5 4077 VIII. FANCY SPORTING RIFLE. Presented by Hon. S. B. Dole, to be selected by the winner; value of rifle 1 J 1 1 Av.-h -mm m limited to -fou; aiso a second prize 01 $2.50. Competitors limited to members ot tne Association wno nava not made a record of 75 per cent, previous to Jan. 1, 1893, in any rifls match with conditions as given below. Conditions: To be shot for at 200 and 500 yards, ten rounds at each distance; any military rifle under the rules; limited to one entry to each competitor. Entrance fee, $1. To be come the property of the marksman winning it twice. Won March 17, 1893, by John Kidwell. John Kidwell 200 yds. 500 " ...5 4 0 3 4 4-4 5 -3983 Tom Wright: 200 yds... 4 4 4 0 4 3 3 3 3 3 3i 500 " ...4 0 0 0 5 3 526-57 IX. CITIZENS' MATCH. A large number of valuable prizes will be given ; winners to take their choice according to rank ; any rifle ; five rounds ; distance, 200 yards; no hair or set trig gers or telescope sights allowed ; entries unlimited. Entrance fee. $1.. All members of the Association who have made over 80 per cent, at any gen eral meeting of the H. R. A. will not be allowed to compete. J. Wilson 5 5 5 4 423 5 4 4 4 522 4 4 5 5 422 4545 422 4 4 4 4 5-21 4 4 4 5 421 5 4 4 4 421 5 3 4 4 521 5 4 3 4 521 4 4 4 4 420 4 4 4 4 420 4 4 4 4 420 4 5 3 4 420 4 5 4 3 420 5 4 4 4 320 4 3 4 4 419 4 3 4 4 419 4 4 4 4 319 4 4 4 4 319 4 4 4 4 319 4 4 4 4 319 3 3 4 5 419 3 4 5 3 419 3 4 5 3 419 4 4 3 5 319 5 4 4 3 319 4 3 3 4 418 3 4 4 3 418 3 4 4 4 318 3 3 5 3 418 3 2 3 5 518 3 3 4 4 417 3 4 3 4 317 3 4 3 4 317 5 3 3 3 317 Capt. John Good, Jr O. E. Wall J. B. Gibson D. Bellew T. E. Wall.. D. Lyons J. Grace.. II. Wat C. Steel. Harry Waterhouse. F. J. Krugr H. A. Giles F. B. Oat. George Markham . Mr. Dornin The following are the prizes to be awarded in the Citizens' match: Col. Claus Spreckels, $50. Hawaiian Carriage jM-auuiaciuriug r x Co., co. Hollinger's Shoeing Shop, $5. Union Feed Co., $5. Wilder d- Co., $5. M. Phillips & Co., $5. Inter-island Steam Navigation Co., S10. Alex. Young, $5. A. 15. CT.. S 12. S. Cunha. S2.50. 1 v F. A. Schaefer & Co., $0. Henry Davis & Co., box of tea. Hawaiian Hardware Co., hanging lamp. Gonsalves & Co., ham. T. H. Davies & Co., vase. M. S. Grinbaum & Co., banjo ($20). M. W. McChesuey & Sons, 100 lbs. best soap. J. F. Colburn & Co., bag of New Zealand oat3 nofa California Feed Co., bale of hay. . . Luce, goods i). S. Roth, goods for pair of pants. Pacific Hardware Co., picture. J. fc3. Martin, pair of trousers. Lewers & Cooke, roll of matting ($12;. W. F. Reynolds, silver bracelet. E. O. Hall & Son, silverware ($15). II. P. Wiehman. M. Mclnerny, straw hat. 3.T.& H. Waterhouae, glassware ($10). Manufacturers' Shoe Co., pair of shoes ($5). Hawaiian News Co., album ($6). Peacock & Co., keg of wine. C. W. Ashford. J. Emmeluth & Co., goods ($5). Haekfeld & Co. Ca9tle & Cooke, set of carvers ($10). Wenner & Co. Henry May & Co., box of tea. Egau & Gunn, photograph album. Benson, Smith fc Co., dozeu per fume. King Brothers. Hawaiian .Star Co., scription irtar. Hawaiian Gazette Co scriptiou Advertiser. 1 year's eub , 1 year's sub- 2Ir. David 21. Jordan. ol Edmeston, 27. Y. Colorless, Emaciated, Helpless A Complete Cure by HOOD'S SABSAPAHILL.!. This is from Mr. D. M. Jordan, a re tired farmer, and one of the most re spected citizens of Otsego Co., N. Y. Fourteen years ago I had an attack of the gravel, and have since been troubled wlta ay Liver and Kidneys gradually growing worse. Three years ago I got down so low that I could carcely walk. I looked more like a corpse than a living being. I had no appetite and for nve weeks I ate nothing bat gruel. I was badly emaciated and had no more color than marble statue. Hood's Sarsaparilla was recommended and I thought I would try it. Before I had finished the first bottle I noticed that I felt better, suf fered less, the inflammation of the blad der had subsided, the color began to return to ray face, and I began to feel hungry. After I had taken three bottler I could eat anything without hurting me. Why, I got so hungry that I had to eat 5 times a day. I have now fully recovered, thanks to Hood's Sarsaparilla E feel well and am well. All 'who know me marvel to see me so well." D. M. Joed an. HOOD'S PlLLS are the be3t after-dinner Pill, Mist dlzeiUon, cure headacha and biliousnau, HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO., 333G Wholesale Agexts. BASE BALL r l rr breSCOll IS VS. Hll Willi S Saturday, July 8th YT 3:30 O'CLOCK M. Hawaiian Baseball Association Grounds ADMISSION ADULTS 25c. CHILDREN 10c. TiLLIS h. SPENCER, INDIES' - HMR - DRESSER! IMPORTER OF Human Hair and Fancy Grooils Ladies' and Children's Hair Cutting, Shampooing, Dyeing and Bleaching. 202 ELLIS STREET, Near Mason, - San Francisco. 2grPyat's Eau Do ree, best in the world. Professional Manufacturing a specialty. 3421-tf For Kent. A DESIRABLE DWELLING with commodious Grounds; Shrubbery, etc., on Kinau Street next to corner of Pensacola ; one block from Tramcars. E. R. HENDRY, 3377-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co. Meeting Notice. rpHE BIENNIAL MEETING OF X the members cf the Queen's Hospi tal Corporation will be held at the room of the Chamber of Commerce, THURS DAY, the 13th July, 1893, at 10 a. m. A full attendance is requested. Per order. F. A. SCHAEFER, 3410-tf Secretary. NEW GOODS t Received by late Steamers. COTTON CRAPE! Of New Patterns ; also, GENT'S READY-MADE Crape Shirts and Suits! Of First-class stvle. Silk Handkerchiefs and Neckties, Handsome Vases of Japanese Art, etc. EXTRA CHOICE Pan Fired Japan Tea FOR FAMILY USE. Sold at very reasonable prices for the trade as well as retail. ITOHAN, Tmnni'tpi' r.f .Til linn psa ftnnris; V ----j 2C6 Fort St., near Custom House. Yamatoya, Yokohama, Japan, Cotton Crape Manufacturer and Shirt Maker. Sole a?ent, ITOHAN, 20G Fort Street, Honolulu. . 3395 tf MISS BURROW'S Dressmaking Rooms 99 HOTEL STREET. Trices lower than elsewhere in Hono lulu. Latest styles as worn in London andraris. A specialty of Washing Dress es. All work neallv and promptly finished. 3340 Artistic printing at tho Gazette Office. urtrinaji The majority of well-read phys icians now believe that Consump tion is a germ disease. In other words, instead of being in the con stitution itself it is caused by innu- merable small creatures living in the lungs having no business there and eating thera away as caterpillars do the leaves of trees. A Germ The phlegm that is coughed up is those Disease. parts of the lungs which have been gnawed off and destroyed. These little bacilli, as the germs are called, are too small to be seen with the naked eye, but they are very much alive just the same, and enter the 1 1 . .. uouy in our 100a, in the air we breathe, and through the pores of the skin. Thence they get into the blood and finally arrive at the lungs where they fasten and increase with frightful rapidity. Then German Syrup comes in, loosens them, kills them, expells them, heals the places they leave, and so nourish and soothe that, in a short time consump tives become germ-proof and well. Q HJ. IWT STREET. Having noxo the much desired space for the proper display of my splendid stock of FINE GOODS, and late additions thereto, it is a pleasure to see you in and show the arrangement of the different lines, as compared to my o?f and cramp ed quarters; it is simply paradise. My slock of staple and nevt Goods will from now on, be found com plete, and any suggestion in the way of new fads will be eagerly attended to. As a starter on new Goods, my very fine line of Leather Purses and Card Case combinations are well worth your attention. Leathers in all the delicate colors of dress materials, mounted in fine sterling silver in intricate designs as tvell as the plain they must be appreciated by those who have al toays been obliged to send away for these goods. Carrying in this line the products of the leading m akers of fine Leathers in the United States, it is possible for me to offer you a choice assortment from the comparatively inexpensive to that which takes dollars to buy. The Gentleman's full dress Card Case, seems be the correct thing from the way they caught on just large enough to fit the proper pock et. Another little thing on ivhich sales are rapidly increasing, the dainty little individual Butter Spreader in sterling silver and plate, probably the best and most useful little conciet ever thought of in connection with the tabic service. Remaining on the table throughout the meal, they entirely take the place of the desert knife for spread ing butter, certainly more dainty and giving the other instrument a chance to be used for wiat it was intended. To those of refined tastes and a sense of the fitting, very little need be said in their favor. It will not be long before every table in Honolulu ivill be supplied with these very necessary little articles. H. F. WICHMAN T&O YOU FEED THE BABY! The Skin need3 food. If the Com plexion is sallow, rough, scaly, pimply, it is because it is not fed with LOLA MONTEZ CRE3IE The Skin Food and Tissue Builder, positively the only safe and keliable ar ticle for the Complexion. Absolutely harmless, opens the pores, increases the natural and necessary secretions of the skin. Restores the flesh to firm healthy state of youth. Prevents wrinkles. Good for burns, chapped lips and hands. fDSTTot lasts three months. PRICE 75 CENTS. jAsk your druggist for it. HOW CAN YOU TOLERATE d Freckles, Pirn pies, Blackheads V3 yellow or mud dy. Skin, mouth Wrinkles or any form of facial dis figurement when Mrs. Nettie Har bison guarantees to cure you. Don't consider your case a hopeless 4 lUSaK; one. Mrs. Harrison treats ladies for all de fects of face and figure. The perma nent removal of superfluous hair guaranteed. rvITiS. NETTIE IIWIiRISO America's Beauty Doctor. 26 Geary Street, San Francisco, Cal. 2?-For sale by HOLLISTER & CO., Druggists, 109 Fort St., Honolulu. 3406-tf For Sale. t SECOND-HAND COLUMBIA LIGJ1T L Roadster Safety, 1S92 Model ; in first class condition for sale, a bargain. En quire W. E. BROWN, 3410 This Office. 2 f 3Tctu ourrtiscmcnti. Tlic Hawaiian Safe Deposit INVE3THENT COMPANY. The undersigned have formed a part nership under the name audfttvloof The Hawaiian Safe Deposit and Invest 111 exit Company, at Honolulu, II. I. Tho ohjivts -f the Company follows: To 0en Safe IVjosit Vault in the new building now bcin erected 011 Fort Street, Honolulu, between Messrs. Lewera & Cooko and Pacific Hardware Co. It is expected tho building will bo completed about August 1st, 1S93. These vaults will contain boxes of various tizes, w hich will bo both burglar-proof and lire-proof, and will bo rented out from $12 to flO per annum, Due notice will be given w hen these vaults are completed . To purchase and sell Stocks, Honda and other Securities upon Commission. To purchase and pell Real Estate upon Commission. To negotiate Loans and Investments upon bonds, stocks and real estate. To act as agents for the Collection of Rents, Coupons, Interest and Divi dends for parties at Honolulu, on tho other Islands, or abroad. Mr. P. C. Jones will give his attention to making Loans and Investments for the patrons of the Company. Mr. Edwin A.Jones will act as Mana ger of the Safe Deposit department and the general business. Any business placed in our hands will receive prompt and careful attention, and our charges will be reasonable. Your patronage is respectfully policited. P. C. Jones, Edwin A. Jones, Tho Hawaiian Safe Deposit and Investment Company. Honolulu, July 1st, 1893. 3120-1 w 14H,'2t Ileal Estate Agency NO. 519 FORT STREET. To Let. 3 Furnished Rooms with or without Board good location Furnished House at Palama, near the Reformatory School. Rent, $22 month. 1 Cottage on Beretania Street $25 per month. 1 Cottage on Beretania Street, opposite Ice Works. 3 Stores on Nuuanu Street, near Beretania Street. For Sale. Several desirable Residences in first class locations. House and Lot on Beretania Street, near Pensacola; Lot 200 ft. frontage and 140 feet deep. Also, a Valuable lllofk of I'.rick Build ings in tho heart ot tl.j vJh., . 1 Upright Piano. G. E. BOARDMAN, 3382-tf Agent. ARE YOU HUNGRY? If you are, come to the New Lunch Rooms FORT 8TIIEKT. MRS. NICHOL, - - Proprietress. Home-made Lunches At all Hours and at Reasonable Prices. jCyNoon Lunches a specialty. Separate Department for Ladies. 3418-3m 'The Gorman' NEW EUROPEAN! 100 Elegantly Furnished Rooms ONLY TWO HLOCKS From Main Entracc3 to the Fair 316-318 Ooth Terrace, Chicago. Rates: $1 per Day and Upward. lst-Class Cafe 3359-3m J. Y. GORMAN, 1'uoi. Criterion Saloon Another Invoice of tl.e celebiated JOHN WIELAND EXTRA PALE Lager Beer Aleo, a fresh Invoice cf CVLLIF'CmNI.A. OY8TKKW FOR- OYSTER COOKTAJJiS L. If. DEE, Proprietor. ,,40G For Lease. raises opiosite the Makiki re serve, recently occupied by Mr. Charles Creighton. The grounds are spacious, and well ehaded with Ornamen tal and Fruit Trees ; only a minute's walk to Tramways. The Buildings will bo put in thorough repair to suit the wishes of a good tenant. For further particulars, apply to BRUCE CAR rWIUGHT, Trustee lor airs. .iary a. ivey. 3358-tf