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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AOVI3KTISKU, JULY S. 1803.
(MO RAILWAY 4 LAND CO.'S
PROM AND 1PTIR JUNE 1, 182.
Leave Honolulu . . . 8 :45 1 :45
Iave Pearl City. .9:30 2:30 5:10 5:56
Arrive Ewa Hill... 9:57 2:57 5:33 6:22
C B B A
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43 3:43 5:42
Leave Pearl City..0:55 11:15 4:15 6:10
Arrive Honolulu. .7 :30 11:55 4:55 6:45
A Saturdays only.
C Sundays excepted.
D Saturdays excepted.
FOKKIGN MAIL SERVICE.
2 f r
Steamships will leave for and arrive from
San Francisco, on the following dates, till
the close of 1S93.
for San Fbasctsco.
Due at Honolulu
Fm. San rascibco.
I'em July7 China July 9
Oceanic July 17 ! Australia July 12
Australia July 19 ! Warrimoo.fromVan-
Kio Janeiro.. July 25 j couver J uly 21
Monowai. ...July 27 j Mariposa.... July 27
Miowera, lor Van- ; Oceanic Au&A
couver Aug. 1 j Australia. ...Au.
Oaelic .Aug. 6 , Miowera, from Van
City Peking. Ang. I1 ! couver Aug. 21
Australia... .Aug. 16 i Monowai. . .Aug. 24
Alameda. ...Aug. 21 j Australia. .. .Sept. 6
Warrimoo, for Van- i China bei-t. 18
couver Aug. 81 j Warrimoo,! rom an-
Australia... Sept. 13 ! couver bept. z i
Mariposa... Sept. 21 i Alameda Bept.l
iwqnii fcent. 25 . Australia Oct. 4
MiMrorit- for Van-' Oceanic Oct. 1G
nvtr Oct. 2 ' Marirtosn Oct. 19
Australia Oct. 11
! Miowera. from Van
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, for Van
couver ... . .Jan. 1
City Peking. ..Jan. 2
Australia.... Nov. 1
Monowai... Nov. 16
couver.. ..Nov. Z
China Nov. 27
Australia Deo. 6
Alameda.. .Dec. 14
Miowera. from Van
couver Dec. 21
Oceanic Dec 25
Australia Jan. 3
Warrimoo.from V an
couver Jan. 21
BT TBE SOTCaSXZST gtJBVXT.
PC BUB HID
20 3.13 30.12
H 3U.15 3J 10
29,30.17 30. lo
Tldefl. San and Moon.
BT O. J. X.TOH.
- - o 2 2
. Z E " 5 - r-
p.m. 'a.m. a.m. p.m.
3 7.60 6.60 2. 0 1.3" 5.22 6.4fl
4 8.10 7.63 2.20 2. 0 5.22 8.4C
6 9. 0 8.30 2.40 3. 0 6.23 6.46
6 9.15! 9.30 S. 0 4.20 5.23 6.46
7 10.40 10.2.1 3.40 5.60 5.23 6.415
8 11.28 10.50 4.2o 6.60 5.24 6.40
9 PU20 11.20 5. 0 7.40 5.24 6.40
Last quarter of the moon oo the 6tb at lib.
34m. a. M.
Time Whistle blown at lh. 23ia. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which 1 the eame ae 12h. Oni. 0.
of Greenwich time.
Friday, July 7.
P il S S Peru, 11 days from Yokohama.
Stmr Pele, Peterson, from Makaweli.
Schr Ka Moi from Kohalalele.
Schr Haleakala from llonofcaa.
I K I'AKT CUES.
Friday, July 7.
Strur W G Hall, Simerson, for Mani and
P M 8 S Peru for San Francisco.
Am bkt Wilder, Griffiths, for San Iran-
Stmr Wairaanalo, Dudoit. for Waianae.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Brbk Sharpshooter for Eureka.
VKSSELS IS POKT.
(This Hat does not Include coaiters.)
U S S Boston, Day. from a cruise,
rj S d Adams, Nelson, from Lahaina.
Br sch Norma, Macquarrie, Yokohama.
Br bk Routenbeck. Kussell, Newcastle.
Am schr W H Talbot. Bluhm, Newcastle.
Br bk Sharpshooter, Newcastle.
Am bkt W H. Dimond, Nilson, San Fran.
Am bk Cevlon, Calhoun, San Francisco.
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, San Fran.
Am bktne Planter, Dow, San Fran.
FOKKIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Vessels. Where from. Doe.
Br bk Ladstock L'pool...July 25-31
Ger bk J C Pfluper Bremen.. .Sept 6-15
Am bk Martha Davis.. Boston. ...Dec 5-15
Am bk Colusa Guatamala..June 5
Am schr Aloha San Fran. ...June 29
Am schr Allen A S F (Mah) . ..July 1
Am schr Alice Cooke. Pugt Sound.. July 25
OSS Australia San Fran July 12
P M 3 S China San Fran July 10
O & O 3 S Oceanic San Fran Aug 8
C P S S Warrimoo Vancouver. ..July 21
C P S S Miowera Sydney Aug 1
R M SS Mariposa San Fran.. . .Julv 27
R M S S Monowai Svdney July 27
Br S S Gaelic China Aug 7
Am bk Amelia Puget Sound. Aug30
Am schr Transit San FranJ uly 2(3-31
Am bk Annie Johnson. S F ( Hilo). .July 31
Haw bk R P Rithet San Fran.. .Aug 1
Am bk Albert San Fran. ..Aug 10
Am bgt Consuela SF(Kah)..Aug 5
From Hongkong and Yokohama, per S
S Peru, July 7 Miss H Caddick, Low
Sing, B Aratani. H Kubato. T Yamamota,
Z Horimoto, Y Dakia, and Chang Kue and
129 passengers in transit.
For Hawaii and Maui, per stmr W G
Hall, July 7 Volcano: H M Yerington,
wife and son, Mr and Mrs Dormier. La-
hama, Kau and Kona ports: Mrs Will,
Mist Alice Lewi. Miss Nancy K Louh, W
C Lino, Rev O P Emmrson, Miss Fanny
Stevens. Lanz, r Adler, A T Atkinsou.
uavia crowiey, and about 40 on deck.
For fan Francisco, per bkt S O Wilder.
juiy i AC Wall.
For San Francisco, per S S Feru. Julv 7
Dr and Mr li (i .McGrew, child and
nurse, Bro B Thomas, liro H Thomas, liro
rrank, T K Uoisseiier, M Goldberg. Dr
Miner, H W Shaw, 3 iu steerage and 121
passengers in transit.
Per IMe 10.15 bags sugar.
For San Francisco, per bkt S G Wilder,
July 7 F A Schaefer &. Co, 721 bag3 sugar;
Iheo 11 Uavies & Co. 1113 baes sugar; C
Brewer it Co, C21G bags suear; Castle &
Cooke. 2400 bags sugar, Total 10,450 bags
(1.291.010 lbs) sugar; domestic value,
WHARF AND WA VE.
Diamond Head, July 7, 10 p.m.
Weather, cloudy ; wind light N.E.
rm Tl i . 1 1 O 1
ine nrmsn iron oarK .niiru-
buooier is expecieu w leave wuuy
in ballast for Eureka, Cal.
I X - - . A 1 A 1 A I
The barkentine W. H
will eail next Tuesdav
The Hawaiian steel four-masted
schooner Americana is expected at
this port during the latter part of
mis montn, wnn coai irom .ana-
lmo, B. C
The schooner W. H. Talbot will
rnmmon 4n 1nafl cnrr.r nprt. wppIv
The steamers Iwalani and Mika-
hala are due tomorrow from Kauai.
The steamers due todav are:
Claudine, Waialeale, C. IL Bishop
The schooner Kaiukeaouli left
j'esterday for Kohala in charge of
a new native captain. It being
difficult to obtain native seamen,
four Jew Hebrides islanders were
shipped as sailors.
lhe8Chooner Ka .Moi came in
vesterdav in ballast from ILima
The Haleakala also arrived
from Koolau with firewood.
ARRIVAL OF TIIE PERU.
After a Stay of Twelve Hours
She Leaves For the Coast.
The P.M.S.S. Peru, Wm. Ward,
commander, was brought alongside
the P. M. S. S. Co.'s wharf by Pilot
Lorenzen at 6 :15 a.m., July 7th, 11
days from Yokohama with several
passengers and 125 tons of Chinese
and Japanese freight for Honolulu,
and 31,800 packages merchandise
in transit. She averaged loh knots
on the voyage from Japan to this
The Peru was built by the Union
Iron Works, San Francisco, in
1892. Her hull is of steel, C528.44
gross tons, or 2539.5 net tons, bur
den. Her length is 366 feet, width
45.9 feet, and draught 23 feet.
The most interesting part of the
vessel is the engine department.
The chief engineer is highly pleased
with the evolutions of the engines.
The Peru carries six cylindrical
11.13-inch boilers, havinsr two fur-
nactis cat; 11. Aiie uuiicra aiu ctwn
114 feet long and 151 inches in
p,nta?n Wnrri i'a n ssist Arl
by his three mates, and the chiet '
engineer ny nis iour assisianis.
The crew numbers 100 men.
The Peru was originally built for
the Panama trade, hence her bul
warks are of wood. The captain
and officers' rooms are on the upper
After landing freight the Peru
resumed her voyage to San Fran
cisco yesterday evening. She took
no cargo from this port.
By the China.
The steamer China is due here,
en route to the Orient, next Mon
day. The usual batch of Chinese
are already taking out return per
mits at the foreign office prepar
atory to leaving. Fiftv-three Ce
lestials have thus far filed their pho
tographs and applications. It is
expected that the usual number
of one hundred or more will be
ready to leave by the time the
Friday, July 7th.
Paauki was sentenced by the
supreme court on July 7, 1892, to
pay a fine of $300 and $3.50 costs
for violating section 3 chapter 41
Laws of 1886. It now appearing
to Foster and Carter, J. J., that he
has no property, defendant is dis
charged under section 2 chapter 1
of the penal code as amended.
Three cases were remanded.
An alarm of fire was rung in last
evening at 7 :30 o'clock. The tele
phones announced that the fire was
located on School street, just be
hind the Fort street school. The
fire was a small blaze in the roof of
the house of a Chinese gardener,
and was extinguished with buckets
before the fire department arrived.
Where It Came From.
The adze which was found by
Chief Officer Geo. Calhoun between
he cabin ceiling and the deck-
ioni-B f hi vppspI. ft ffiw dflvs
UiUlJ wa 7 - J
" ; c-Q,l tr. liorp hPPn nut ft twn-nnnnrl hnv nf finp eanr r- nnt i SECOND-HAND COLUMBIA LIGHT 1
Air' iu ;i r, nn in af von'Q Qn,f X Roadster Safety, 1S92 Model ; in first- K 4 VERY
mere uy me vc "Bi Y fl l J V vt "u class condition for eale, a bargain. En- . wants sit
cruise among the South Sea islands flavor. The new store is winning ire W.E.BROWN, family ; best of r
several years ago. laurels daily. 3410 This Office. H. S.," this
LOC Ah AND GENERAL.
Baseball at 3 :S0 todav.
a visit to the Lonrx Branch
The band will plav at the base
ball game today.
Three furnished rooms, only ten
minutes walk trorn town, are to
The Bishop of Honolulu is ex
pected this morning from Hawaii
on the Claudine.
FlVe tourists went up by the
steamer W. G. Hall yesterday to
visit the volcano.
Company "D," battery, held a
drill whh large guns last night at
the drill shed under Capt. Wilder.
St. Louis College broke up for the
hnirlnns .- r- I . C C 1 1,
uuuavo csiciuay. ume ui we
I r f MM OM T fl IT'n n 9- 1 rtri k (hi ftAn v-v si,.
v .. ujr i"iwu.w
W. tr. Hall yesterday morning.
On Saturday, Julv loth, the
stockholders of C. Brewer & Co.,
Ld., will hold a regular auarterlv
mpit; nf iL irf!r 722 I: ?
meeting at the office, Queen street,
at 1U a. m.
The United States warship3 in
port had boat drill in the harbor
3'esterday morning Four boats
llIlu a "eam laUnCll Were in tne
At 10 a.m. todav. in front of the
Arlington, Hotel street, Jas. F.
Morgan will sell at auction a lot of
household furniture, bric-a-brac, oil
Several pieces of land with build
ings thereon, situate in Honolulu,
under lorclosure of mortgage, will
be sold at noon todav at Jas. F.
jUorgarrs auction rooms.
jn r 4-iu acre nomesteaa in
Xuuanu valley, three miles from
town is for sale. Particulars can
be had of the Hawaiian Safe De-
posit and Investment Co. M
The Hawaiian Dramatic Com-
pany neiu a very successiul re
hearsal yesterday at the Opera
house, lickets may be secured at
L. J. Leve''s for the performance
C. Brewer & Co., agents of the
California fertilizer works, have on
hand a limited supply of that
firm s high grade products for short
notice orders and requirements of
Manager B. F. Dillingham of the
O. R. & L. Co., offers a rewards for
iniormaiion wnicn win ieaa to me
detection and conviction of the
parties who broke the windows and
door of the station at Moanalua.
Bro. Bertram, of St. Louis Col
lege, has on view at the college
splendid photograph views of the
relief maps of Oahu, Maui and Ha
waii. The pictures give an excel
lent bird's-eye view of the islands.
Messrs. Paul Neumann and
Okots, who went up on the last
trip of the steamer Claudine to in
vestigate the shooting affair at
Kukuihaele, Hawaii, are expected
to return this morning by the same
Mrs. C. Blake, wife of an assist
ant teacher at Lahainalnna Semi
nary, being very ill, Miss Alice
Lewis, a sister of Mrs. Blake, left
on the v. CL Hall yesterday to
bring her sifter down to Honolulu
u.. u -.!.. j- i .
' J m-m v -V vw ft. V UA V A
The arrests vesterdav consisted
of two deserters from the British
bark Routenbeck ; two hack driv-
ers for violating carriage regu a-
tions; two drunks and three Chi-
nese opium smokers. The latter
were released on furnishing bail of
The Friend for July is out. The
leading editorials of the number
are "Hawaiian Christianity" and
"Missionary work and politics."
The editor takes the Diocesan
Magazine to task for its criticism
of the missionaries' use of the name
Jehovah. The Hawaiian board de
partment is full of interest as
Gone to Investigate.
Rev. O. P. Emerson, of the Ha
waiian board, left by the steamer
W. G. Hall yesterday morning to
attend the conference of the Maui
evangelical association, to be held
at Lahaina this morning. The
case of Pastor Pali will come up
oetore the meeting today.
Buried His Horse.
A horse belonging to a native on
School street died yesterday. The
native, in order to save the ex
pense of carting, buried the animal
in ins yard, lhe health otticer
heard of it, and went up with a
dray and carted away the dead
animal at the expense of the
The Palace candy store, on Hotel
freet, opposite the Elite, has the
luanKs oi uie .lmLKiisER omce ior
TOE PELE ARRIVES.
The Situation Not
J-Citer rrotu W. E. Howell to
The steamer Pele, Captain Pet-
erson, arrived yesterday afternoon
from Makaweli, Kauai, which port
she left at noon the day before.
J 1 C . 1 A I
wuue a namuer oi ueuuie were ul
I . . jm . . . . , . . . t
tiie wiari eager to hear the "latest"
frQm KaIalau valley Kauai. The
two leners that were captured bv
u a,w nt f V,p Vfl,'mPft wpr
x j i lL t. i t x n. , i
expected by the Pele, but they did
not arrive. Oihcer Sam Ku was on
hand with his wagon to take leper3
to the Kalihi receiving station, but
went away empty handed.
Captain Peterson and Chief En
gineer Walker, and other officers
all answered to numerous inquiries
that there was no news frcm Kala-
lau. In an interview with the cap-
tain, that officer stated that he saw
Mr. W. E. Rowell at Makaweli,
who informed him that he (Rowell)
had returned last Wednesday from
the Waimea pass, but reported
The expedition is said to have
entered the upper valley of KaIa
lau, the headquarters of the lepers,
and that the soldiers have been
hring shells in the woods at the
base of the pali.
Four guards were to leave Maka
weli last lhursday for the Waimea
pass to relieve the scouts, and more
to follow the next day,
Koolau, his wife and nine-'ear-
old son are still hiding in the
mountains. The woman and boy
are claimed to oe good sharp
shooters, carrying belts of car
tridges around their waists.
Those who are acquainted with
the galley say there is lots of wild
inrn . Kq TQ- a
The other five lepers ' are supposed
to have left Kalalau valley, and to
be in hiding in the Hanalei moun
The leper Paoa, whom the late
Sheriff Stolz arrested, is acting as
guide for Deputy Marshal - Larsen.
The current belief at Makaweli
i3 that Koolau and his wife have
3000 rounds of ammunition in
their possession comprising the
arms and cartridges belonging to
the fmeen lepers who are now here.
The arms were taken possession
of bv Koolau, as he did not want
the government to recover them.
The following letter was re
ceived by Minister King from Mr.
W . E. Rowell and 13 the only news
of an official nature received :
Waimea, July 6, 1893.
Hon. J. A. King, Minister of the
Dear Sir I arrived here Sunday
morning about 8 o'clock, and about
noon starteu ior ine mountains;
reached the Kalalau pass at 6 p. m.
They have a good guard of eight or
ten wtite men and 1 do nofc toink
anyone has come out of the valley
thi9 side, though we hear a couple of
lepers got out to Maena before the
guard was set on that side,
He had a nne view of tne valley,
saw .the ia efle. Monday
morning at 10 o'clock, and the scout-
. fee start up the valley soon
Rfiarchinff houses, thickets, etc.
could not tell whether or not thev
..i V,-,. i I
caught anyone. A canoe has been
sent to Kalalau this morning, but I
am afraid will not be back before
the Pele sails.
W. E. Rowell.
Furnished Rooms to Let.
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS
on Alapai Street, near David Day
ton s to let at reasonable rates, only
ten minutes' walk from town. For
further particulars, enquire on the
premises. 3425 lw
S9 REWARD WILL BE PAID
m O for information that will lead
to the conviction of the ierson or persons
who have broken the windows and door
of the O. R. & L. Co.'s Station at Moana
lua. Oahu Railway & Land Co.
B. F. DILLINGHAM;
3 425-1 w General Manager.
Notice to Planters.
TIIE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS
of the California Fertilizer Works
(J. E. Miller, Manaser) have on hand a
limited supply of that farm's High Grade
Fertilizers for short notice orders and
requirements of the planters.
C. BREWER & CO. (L'd.),
Qaeen Street, Honolulu.
SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS.
Mr. N. . Sachs, who left on
the last Australia for a pleasure trip
combined with business, is Deter
mined to Keep Trade Lively.
During his absence be Will Viler
Special Barg tins. Every week will
bring forth new bargains, and ladies
as well as gentlemen will profit by
watching his new announcements
each week, as prices will be for that
2?" Some of the Bargains
Egan & Gunn are ottering: India
Silk 50c. per yard, gool value at 75c;
India Silk 75e., former price $1.
Ladies' and children's fast Black
Hose at 25c. per pair. Lace?,
Embroideries, Ribbons, Cotton
Crapes, Japanese Silk Dresses,
mosand Cotton Crapes at grea
I '" '
pure Hundrv soap in the market, can
be haJ b tlie case or at rctailt ttt any
of ibe grocers in Honolulu, as wen as
the company's agents
can now order Hawaiian soap from
their erccera with othcr cood,. Price
$5.00 per hundred.
M. W. McCitesxey's Sons,
Agent3 Honolulu Soap Works Co.
American Enameled But-
ion-IIole Buttons for Sale at the
I X L.
7 Finest Enameled Cabinets
only $3 a dozen at Cosmopolitan
Photo Co., 467 Nuuanu street.
Thosa desirous of having their
Pianos Tuned or repaired, will
please send in their orders to W. H.
Benson, at the Arlington. S3S2-St
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.
gjZT' If y ou want to sell out
your Furniture in its entirety, call
at the I. X. Ij.
SJT Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes,
Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Lamps,
Rugs, Bureaus, Chifibniers, Steamer
and Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounges,
Sofas, Baby Cribs, Clothes Baskets,
gewinjr Machines. Whatnots, Meat
safes Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest
Cash Prices at the I. X. L.
Nuuanu and King streets.
Sg?" The Musical Library of the
late G. L. Babcock is now ou sale at
the Golden Rule Bazaar.
gT The Bon Ton Drezsuiah
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 gown3.
The public are now enabled to have
their warirobes fitted out as well and
with the same style as can bo ob
tained in San Francisco. 32G7
Prompt returns made on
Goods sold on commission at the
I. X. L.
WILL PAY TIIK ABOVE SUM
for information that will procure the
conviction of thu pers m or persons who
set fire to my hous at Ililo, Hawaii, on
Thursday, June 22d last.
3419-lw J. A
A PLEASANT FRONT-liOOM,
suitable for two with board, can
be had at 32 Emma Street.
v"iivx vtiwi uui i v
THIS CERTIFIES THAT THE Un
dersigned have entered into copart
nership for the purpose of carrying on a
p urmture and Upholsf.erv Business under
the firm name oi Oidwav & Porter.
k. b. Pouter,
geo. a. or1avay.
Honolulu, Julv 3d, 1893. 3122 4 1
PLE A S AN T F U HNISII E D
Room, No. 8S Beretania Stn?tt,
Contractor and Builder.
All kins of Jobbing prompt! v extend
ed to. Will make a epei-iaity of Office
and Store Fitting; second floor Honolulu
Planing Mill, Fort Street.
jET"Mutual Telephone G25 .
serve, recently occupied by Mr.
Charles Creighton. lhe grounds are
epacior.?", and well .-h ided with Ornamen
tal snd Fruit Trees ; only a iuinute's walk
to Tramways The Buildir-gs will be put
in thorough repair to suit the wishes of a
good tenant. For further particulars,
apply to BRUCE C ARTWP.IGHT,
trustee lor Jirs. .wary a. ievej.
GOOD ENGLISH COOK
uition in a private
eferences. Address "A.
The lirt question asked by
b'ound visitors to Hono-
lulu a lew d.iys apo was m
reference to Tako Flour. It
seems that the people of Van
couver and the bound are
subject to attacks of dyspepsia
just as they arc to land booms
and ttiev want somethinjr to
counteract the disasterous ef-
tects. Taeo Flour will fix
dTspepsia, but as Kate Field
says of the typical American,
so we say oi land Dooms a
counter irritant has'nt been
born yet. Tako Flour has
never had a boom, but it has
made remarkable progress
under the influence of a good
XX5li 3"Oii have dyspepsia
or if 3'ou want to feel satisfied
after a hearty meal include
Taro Flour in j-our menu.
Ice Cream Parlors
Are well known for their excel
lent quality of
Fine Ice Cream,
Calces, Cantlies, I?ies,
lea Cream Soda, ShnrbtB,
Hot Coffeo, Tea and Chocolate, Etc.
Tiie most attractive colllection of
3?" NATIVE FANS a epetialty.
85 Hotel Street.
Astor House Restaurant !
JOF; KKE, - L'ropkiktor.
Corner of Union and. Hotel Sts.
First - class Meals
AT ALL HOL'KS.
S5MEALS 25 cents. $4.50 A WEEK.
Boston Lunch Parlors
MRS. NICHOLL - Proprietress.
Homo - made Lunchos I
AT ALL HOCKS OI" TIIE DAY.
T.eavo your orders on or before Friday,
at 1 r. m. eacn week, lor ueans ana
Brown Bread, to insure a prompt
Keal 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. CARTWRIGHT.
For Lease or Sale.
RESIDENCE ON LUNALILO
street, at present occupied by E.
W. Holdsworth .containing double
parlors, 4 bedrooms, dressing an
nam rooms, dining room, pantry ana
kitchen. O rounds 300x105 feet, well laid
out; servants rooms, stable and chicken
hou3e in rear of main building.
11. I, LILLIE,
'2S2-2-tf with Then. H. Dnview A Co.
A LIGHT COVERED BUG-
gy in good condition; price
$100. Inquire of
II. M. WHITNEY,
Aft Mercbant Street.
THE HOUSE ON ROBELLO
Lane, Palama. containing a Large
Parlor, three Bed Rooms, Dining
Room, Kitchen and Bath Room and a
Large Yard with Fruit Trees. Posf-es-
s on given after Julv 7th, 1893. Apply to
M. S. P1JRE1KA,
Corner Nuuanu and Hotel Streets, or to
M. G. Corrka.
Pearl City, Mut. Telephone No. 502-C.
341 5-1 m
HE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT
and Investment Co, has for sale the
Shares of Paia Plantation Co. Stock;
Shares of Haiku Sugar Co. Stock ; Shares
of Paukaa Sugar Co. Stock; Shares of
Hawaiian Agricultural Co. Stock;
Shares cf Peoples' Ice and Refrigerator
Co. Stock; Shares of Kilauea Cyclorama
Co. Stock ; also, First Mortgage Bonds of
Kwa Plantation Co.. per cent, interest :
Oahu Railway & Land Co., (Terminal)
7 per cent, interest ; Hawaiian Govern
ment Bonds per cent.
3422-2t 1 437-1 t
J AM KOU WILL THIS DAY OPEN
JLi Lunch Rooms on Hotel Street, next
door to Empire Saloon; open at all
hours; Cold Lunches 25c. 3421-lm
ait . 5Tw
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NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
LLiio Iliftiirntifw (Tn.
COMPANY OF LONDON,
Etna Fire Insnraiioe Co.
GO TO THE
Olt TO TII2U
Tablo Hoard $1 i day
Board ami Ixd v.n ?2 " "'
Board and IxKlin $12 ptr uc. W
riS3Srcial monthly prices.
Oyster Cocktails !
Where tho popular-
On Draught is al ways Freeh and CcV-L.,.
MRS. IS. TURNER
Has rcnvm-l h'.-r
To Eotel St, Cpp. tie Y. II C. A. Call
Where eho is prepared to do PrebFrraking
in all the latest styk-s. The now method
of form-fitting employed (the method
now used by all the leading dressmakers
in San Francisco).
BXSr&M work neatly and promptly
finished. Trices as reasonable ai any in
the city. 3231-tf
CHARLES IJ. COOPER, H. D,
Physician and Surgeon
Office: 31 Alakea Street.
Officb Houits: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
p. m., 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. I.
For Sale or Exchange.
RESIDENCE IN A VICRY
desirable part of Honolulu. Par
lor, Dining Room, 2 Bed Rooms.
Pantry, Kitchen, f-ew ing Room, in main
house. Cottage adjoining of 2 papered
Rooms, Store Room and Bath Room.
Lot 100x200 feet. Sell or exchange for
emaller property and cash or security.
All the buildings are new. One block
from Tramways. Apply at this office.
LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against James Love, are requested
to present same at once at tho office
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT.
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To journey to Chicopo,
but quite another to remain there com
fortably during the crowded season.
The untaken rooms are going rapidly.
Have you arranceil for a place yet?
All the World a hair Hotels demand a
cash deposit before t hey'll look at you or
book your name, lhe much-advertised
Hotel3 may not bo the choicest, but
they'll get your mom-'.
Join ttie Pacific mccrsion kjo., ana
avoid such risk. Our fee of $5 covers the
cash deposit demanded by Hotels. We
have 5 Hotels, which have boon person
ally selected by our I "resident, and can
You can go by any route, at any lime
and remain as long as you care to.
W. HOB RON.