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DAILY PACIFIC COMMEUC1AL AJDVJGUTJLSElt, AUGUST 10. 1893.
01HD RAILWAY k LAND CO.'S TIME TAUL.E. "MOM 1HD F-TCn J'JNE l.lSrli. V TIIAIN8 lO SWA MILL. l: A.M. .8:45 .0 :30 , .9:57 II P.M. 1 : 13 2:30 A D r.M. r.M Loavw Ilviiol'i'.a. Leave Pearl City Arrive Ewa Mill. 4:3.3 5:10 5:10 5:56" TO nONOLVLC C B A.M. A M. Iava Kvri Mill.. 0:21 10:43 Leava Petri City. .6:53 11:15 Arrive Honola'.u. .7:i0 ll:5- A Saturdays only, li Daily. C Sundays exempted. 1) Saturdays excepted. D P.M. 343 4:1 4 :55 A P.M 5:42 6:10 0:45 ko::exgn mail, sekvice. :ri::ih'pi will leave for and arrive from Sin Francisco. a the following dates, till the cl"i of i-TATS ilOAOLCli: f 'jtt Sas Fkascisco. ';: Piking. Aug. l' Antralii. ...Aug. lo AU;:;.1... Aug. -'1 Warrimoo, for Van couver A'i. M A'1-.traha...fpt. 13 Maripo-sa. . . pt. 21 O'-eanic . . . .iept. 23 Mi-iwr's, for Van couver ,,ct. 2 Ao-traii i . . . Oct. 11 Mono ct. 19 Warriruoo, f r Van couver Nov. 1 China Nov. 6 Austa!i i Nov. S Alameda . . .Nov. l'J 3Iio.ve.-a, for Van- c i-jvcr Dec. 2 Oce.iiiic Dec. 4 Au-trali. Dec. C AUmcl.i Dec. 14 V."arri: i for Van-r-nvt'r . . .Jan. I Ci v Felii:!-. ..Jan. 2 DvS at Honolulu Km. Sax 1-rascisco. Miowera, from Van couver Aug. 21 Motiowai. ..Aug. 21 Australia Sept. 6 China nex t. IS Warrimoo.froru Van couver Sept. 21 A lamed i be; t.21 Australia Oct. 4 Oveanic Oct. 1G Manwa . . . Ocf. 19 Miowera, from Van couver Oct. 21 Australia Nov. M?onowai. . . Nov. It Warruuoo.f roru Van China Nov. 'I Australia ... Nov.2J Alameda. -Dec. 11 ?.Iijwera. from Van couver Dec. 21 Oceanic . . ..Dec Aatr:t.'i.i . . Vvn. YVrriti:.K.f rota Van c aver . . .Jan. 21 Meteorological Kcrd. bt rat ajvK'ianasr ecavcT. ITUT M05DAT. rrauBKO f 3 - i- S).)3 3.).10! T 5') 11 U7! i?4 4-10; EM Moc Tu 74 CS R3i 3 - f) is 30 ixi; 9 9 W H S 0.04 671 3M ! 0 IS D'.O li '111 Bl r.i' Tha 1 1 11 J -V 1; J 7-J' EM E j ri. jit li JO ); Sit. 1 1 2 j 1' m "T T! ri. SriTI soft Moos. 3D a D ! , ' p.m. .tu. .ra. p.m. iloa... ! 3 " 7. O 0.3f 0. ( 4.30 6.30 S.ii 9.23 Ta...li! C.3J 7.25 1.10 1. 0 ( ' . tn. r m. i I Wtt...'H 7.3 7. 0 1.13 3. 0 rbir... 1"' . 0 1 4 3 51 rn.. 1M1.0 3.50 J 50. 4.51; li li) i", 9. JO 3 10, 5 i.) -aa iio ll.i3 1).2' 15; 6.1i' 5.3J 6. ri0- 9.53 6.- 10.2 fi..'7 11. " 6.27 11. ii t.26' 5.aj S 3"J 5.40 5.4 : i i First quarter of tte moo a oa trie ltb, at 11 h. 20 m. p. Q. Time WhUtle bIo at lh. 3aJ. 34. r.af. of Honoiala tlaie. wbich is the same a 13b. Cm. Ce. of tireea-jrlci time. ;HIPPI2fa INTELLIGENCE. ARRIVALS. Tcesdat. An. 15. Stir Mikahala. Chaney. from Maui and liawiii. s d i:ity of Tekin?, from Yokohama. DEPARTURES. Tuesday, Aug. 15. Haw bk U P Kithet. Morrison, for Sin Franci.5Co. Stmr Kiala. Gahan. for Waianae Waia lu and t'analau. Stmr O li liishop. Le Claire, for Na wiiiw.li, Kiiaueaand Han.tlei. Stmr Cla.i lme. Davies.for iraui. Stmr Iwala.i. Freeman, for Kaaai. TKSSEI.S LEIVISO TO-IJAT. Br 5 S City of Pekin, for San Francisco, at 12 m. Odb Australia, II judlotte, for San I ran cico, at 12 m. Stmr Waialeale, Smytlie, for Yaianae an 1 Waialaa. at !'2 m. Stmr llajrait. Hilbm, for Maui and Har" Diakui. at 4 p in. cchr Mary K Foter for Hanaaiaala. ' Scar Mab'imahi fr Wai !u.i. Schr Kawailar.i for Kooiac. rOKEIOM VESSELS EXPECTED. Vetelj. Wsere from. One. Ger bk J C Tdser Premen...Sept 5-15 A.m bs Martha Dav'j.. Boston Dec 5-15 Am -car A!;ceC jke..Put S ian 1. Aug 23 Am hi Ivlikitat Pa'et Sound . Au 15 Am i bk Amelia P.et Sound .An 30 Am bk Detroit . . Nanaiaio. An? 10-15 ..Vancouver.. Aug 21 ..S F Aug 21 C ASS Miowera. M S S Monowai Am hkt D;-.-"! iTrr S F AUir 2U Am -oa K .bert Lewer-S F Aug 2-5 Arrvhkt Hi.o S V Am b-itSi Wilder. ..S V AmttJ D Spreckeli.S F(K.ab) ..Aug 21 .. Aug 20 . Auz 2D . . Aui 2 ..Sept 9 ...Oct 17 ..An 20 ri.i u i.-ai P M S S China O fc O S S Ooetnif.. Am 1i Alden lVs-se. Arab Harvester... Am bkt Irm.ar 1 S F. S F S F S F ( Hi: ) Aug 21 Laysaa lM..Ang2J VHSSELS IN POUT. (TfcU list doe not laclaie cowitri.) 5ATAL VI?ZW. Far. cru'seT LJ S 3 Adams, eiTO.a,from Lahalna. X E3C3AXTMEX. S S Australia. Ifou IIet:e, San Francisco. Br sch Norma, Yokohama. Gerbi'ieoN Wilmt. Wolter?. Liverpool. IJr bk La l-:ock.7i.'iiam?. Liverpool. Am bkt S N Canle. Haohard. San Fran. Ilr h Pirthnope, Heal. Newcastle, N S W. Am bk K Graham. Anderson, Newcastle. Am bk A'rrt. Griffith. San Francisco. Am bk Alex McNeill. Xanaimo. Br bk Veiocitr. Ma-tin. Hongkong. Am bk S C Allen. Thompson. San Fran. PASSENGEK1. From Hawaii and Maui, fer tmr Mik kala. Aaz-15 From the Volcano: Col W H Hal ett. Rev Mr Povrer3. W E Roper. Mr Grant. From wavporta: J Hind and wife. Master Hind, Dr B D Eor.d and wife. W II P.eaton, Ml?3 Anna Rosa, J King, W P.oy, Yuen Chong.H C Hadley, W I'fotenhauer. t" Ttioel, ana Zi on deck. Frotu Hongkong and Yokohama, per S City of I'eking, Aug lV-Mi M A .I0. G Hogg, arid -5 Jp:ic-e and Chine-? in the tl-era?. In transit: Mr KriK kmaiin. .Major Lvl. Lieut Colli n. R K, Kev and Mrs V J McKie. Mrs A M Drcn, tiinajid three ciuMrvn. Mr-. Duval. Mi Duval. C Von der luten. A Stockttianu. L't-ut KrnHinlH. 1 UN. Kdw Wevert. Dr tiauhjrrrr. I K N. Lieut Zanreff. 1 UN. T Sotonn. I'iPi&tUKr.i. From San FrancUco, per I k II P Kithet, Aug 13 D Condo!i. For Kauai, per strur Iwalani. Aub- 15 I K Isenberg. Mrs J Kaae, Misa Frurua KIsfce. F H Kuhlrnan. Mr Shiva. Kalico. Cart Curupbtll, and 2 on deck. For Maui per stmr Claudine. Aug 15 Mr II A I' Carter. Mi Carroll. Kev Wra ICader. C D Uflls and daughter. MrG L Desha. t r llder, Dro Martin. D.ro An thony. Mrs li thrt. Miss it Cornwall. Mis K coraweil, Mrs on Tempskv, Mrs J II cdehouse. Mrj Hutchinson. A II ltoi- enques, C 11 hite, K Strauch, and 3o on uecje. IMF OKTS. 1 er stmr Mikahala OJ ha-; coilVe, Co tiu-iawa. J) ).i3. JU head cattle. 01 bazs sugar ana w pKg- sunane. EXI'OKTS. For Sau Francesco, per R V Kithet. Au? lo C Drewer .t Co. 4051 bag sugar; Castle A Cooke, So': bags sugar; F A bchaefer fc Co. 517 bags sugar; Theo II Daviea it Co, !"iu oags sugar. Total, 2l.'-'13 bags (2.520.- jJiDs sugar; domestic value, f 90,225.02. liOHN. K A PL LOU At Kapiolani Maternitv Home. August 15, 1503, to the wite of E. Kapuiou. a son. KhAIIINUl At Kario'ani Maternitv iiome. August 15. ly3. to the wife of C. Alanaki Keahinui, a soc. IKi;-ULi;u At Honolu!n. August 15. lv.13. ti the wife of Kahai Mtrsberg, a uaugaier. WHARF AXD WAV JO. Diamond Head, Au. 15, 10 p.m. Weather, clear ; wind, light XE. The schooner M. E. Foster trans ferred her sugar to the baik Geo. X. Wilcox yesterday. She leaves today for llanamaulu with U0 tons of coal. The bark R. P. Kithet left ves terday afternoon for San Francisco with 21,213 bags (1201 ton?) sugar valued at .f90,22S.02. The bark Ladstock is now dis 1 : .l. i.n r i marking iue uauunce ui uer cargo, 200 tons coal at the P. M. S. S Co's. wharf. The steamer Waialeale comes down from the marine railway this morning. She will leave to morrow morning for Waianae and Waialua. The bark Alex. McXeill is still lying out in the stream with her 1550 tons of coal for U. S. gov ernment on board. The steamer Mikahala brought only 64 bag3 of sugar from wind ward ports yesterday afternoon. When the steamship City of Peking was telephoned last even ing, Harbor Master Fuller moved the bark Ladstock after sundown so as to make room for the bie steamer to come alongside the P. M. S. S. Co.'s wharf. ?teel boats, made in one piece. without seam or frames, are a re cent Lntish invention. They are meant for use by ships crews. A plate of milk steel is shaped by a hydraulic press for this purpose. Although such craft are heavier than wooden boats, they will last much longer and are more easily repaired when merely dented. Sam Parker's Affairs. The time having expired which was asked lor and granted by e those interested, and no definite action taken looking to a satisfactory settlement of the unsecured claims against Sam Parker, attorney Magoon an nounced that he will take sten3 on Thursday to have that gentle man declared a bankrupt by the courts. Mr. Magoon represents a number of the unsecured creditors. Sale of the Liholiho. The schooner Liholiho, which went ashore at Makaweli a few days ago, was sold yesterday morn ing by auctioneer J. F. Morgan to Mr. John Ena, of the I. I. S. X. Co. for $225. Captain Campbell left by the Iwalani last evening for the scene of the wreck, to see what could be done toward saving the vessel. He will return on Sunday morning. Fire Department Matters. Xo appointment has yet been made to fill the position of senior foreman of Xo. 2 fire company, made vacant by the promotion of Mr. J. II. Hunt. Mr. Hunt will assume the duties of his new posi sion on September 1st. Mechanic Engine Company. A special meeting of the Me chanic Engine Company is called for this evening at 7:30 o'clock in the hook and ladder hall. It i.s expected that all existing differ ences will be satisfactorily ar ranged at this meeting. 2iew Electric Light Building. Work of digging for laying the foundation for the new electric light building at the esplanade wa3 commenced on last Monday. Yes terday workmen struck water while digging at a depth of about four feet. Sead a copy of this week's Ha waiian Gazette with your foreign letter. hOC At. AXD GENERAL Tour parenger3 returot-tl Uy llie Mikahnl.t from tli volcano ytter day afternoon. rl'he foreign jury rttjuested to be on hand at the court house at 1 o'clock today. The arrests last night consisted of five drunks and two Chinese for smoking opium. J. J. Langa gives notice that he will not be responsible for debts contracted bv hi3 wife. Tl r. 4 4 i; i of Ptkinc will leave at 12 o'clock noon today for San Francisco. c . . , , . . . Services were held in the Roman Catholic cathedral veaterdnv morn- ing in commemoration of one the saints. Stockholders of the Kilauea Vol cano House Co. will meet at the oflice of V. R. Castle, today at 2 0V!nl- n C10CK P M" Ihe Hawaiian Band played ves- nyiaT ? -Dgm the.execute II? vnnHn;il eVemnS at the Hawaiian Hotel. the new Sailors' Home building. now neanng completion, at the esplanade, makai of the Enterprise mill. it lias been suggested on the t i a. .i l . . , sirccis uiat me governmeni 6D0U1U offer a reward sufiicient to make the capture of the reported Chinese burglar certain. Executive Officer Reynolds has been engaged for several days past in superintending the erection of an Aermotor windmill at the Ka- lihi leper receiving station. Shares of the I. I. S. XT. Co., Ha waiian Sugar Co., Kilauea Cyclo- rama and Volcano House stock are offered for sale by the Hawaiian Safe Deposit & Investment Co. Undertaker Williams is luivinnr I., ' p me stono wall adjoining his bu Id- insr on the Arlington Hotel side torn down, in order to complete a roadway on both sides of his estab lishment. The 25th batch of laborers for Hawaii, who number 1750 (1400 men and 350 womed). will proceed to that country either at the end of next month or at the beginning of uciooer. Japan paper. A letter received here last mail stated that the troup of Hawaiian dancers now in San Francisco have had an offer to tour Europe. In all probability the otter will be ac cepted, so says the writer. As a result of a conference be tween Attorne3-General Smith and Deputy llder 3esterday, the two remaining criminal cases to come before native juries were continued until the next term of court. The thanks of the Advertiser are due the purser of the steamship City of Peking and Mr. Louis Ke nake, of the post oflice department, for files of late Chinese and Jap anese papers, and their delivery at this office. One of the workmen on the steamer Waialeale, now on the marine railway, fell from the cradle of the marine railway this after noon. One of his ribs wa3 found to be broken, and the injured man was sent to the Queen's Hospital for treatment. Severin the Fort street photo grapher has presented Vice-president W. C. Wilder with a large and varied, handsomely bound collection of island views. Mr. sVilder will carry the collection with him to show his old homo friends in Illinois. The president, vice-president and secretary of the Hawaiian Railroad Co. bavins resigned, the following frpntlemen have been filpr.teri nnH m mtvb lur mu unexpired term : I i r . i l x I fcamuel Lr. llder, president : r . W. Macfarlane, vice - president : ' i XTrrU n., c PERSONAL. The Duke of Mahukona leaves by the Australia to-day for an ex tended commercial visit to eastern United States cities, including Chicago and the World's Fair. P. U. Isenberg left last for Kauai bv the Iwalani. evening Colonel W. II. Hallett returned from the volcano yesterday by the steamer Mikahala, and will leave by the Peking today for the Coast. Ernest Thrum leaves for Chicago and the World's Fair today by the Australia. Rumor has it that he win return wnn a lair young bride. The Misses Cornwell, Mrs. H. A. P. Carter, Mrs. J. II. Wodehouse and Mrs. Von Tempky were among the passengers on the Claudine for Maui yesterday. Flight of Pigeons. The following is the flight of pigeons belonging to Mr. Eben P. Low, taken on August 12, from Hilo. Hawaii, to I'uuhue ranch: Left Ililo. C:45 A.M. 7:01 A.M. .7:15 a.m. .7:30 a.m. Arrived Total. I'uuhue. h.rn. 8:50 A.M. 2 05 9:30 A.M. 2 52 3:55 p.m. 3 40 9:21 a.m. 1 51 Name. Rapidan... Colombia. Hail Sweet. AKKiVAL OF TJ? PEKIXG. She Will Dock at the Mull H h.it f This Morning. The S. S. City of Peking arrived last evening and anchored off the harbor after 9 o'clock. She was from Hongkong via Yokohama which latter port 6he left on Aug 5th. Her time from Yokohama is a little over eleven days. When she was reported on port, Dr. Trousseau, port physician, went out in his steam launch, followed soon after hT Pllot Shepherd, J. D. Mc Veigh, M. X. Saunders, L. Kenake, of postoffice, and C. B. Reynolds, . . j " tu . agent board of health- The' wen of Put in the pilot boat and they had a hard time trying to reach the City of Peking. The big steamer was coming from the direction of Diamond Head, and they boarded her when she was almost abreast of Waikiki. The pilot then anch- 1 U T1 V i I. - 1 1 tu i j.i... Jre t, . side and the fact that Dr. Trous- 6eau 6et in his launch without i . . I mm siaricu a. iuujui up luwu mat there was cholera on board, which of course was disproved as soon as tne pilot a ooat reacnea tne boat landing at about half-past 10 o'clock. The Pplciricr brought 2 salnnn nnrl 30 Asiatic fiteerao-e nasspnfrpra f,.r i D this nnrf and ahnnt. 40 msspntTAre ;n irancif i,Q i,oQ freight. For this port she brought 109f tons of freight, comprising the following: 22 pkgs. curios, 174 pkgs. beans, 7G pkgs. provisions, 50 pkgs. miscellaneous, 544 pkgs. merchandise, 159 pkgs. sake, 75 pkgs. rice, Hi pkgs. tea, 57 pkgs. Hour, 21 pkgs. cotton goods, 2 pkgs. silk goods and obb pkgs. sauce. The City of Peking will dock at the P. M. S. S. Co.'s wharf early this morning and, after unloading Ireight, will leave about 12 o clock noon. A Suggestion. It has been suggested by a fire man that the subscribers' fund lately proposed to be divided among the members be diverted to the support of indigent firemen. The case in point is that of Mr. Tack rarner, who for many j'ears hoQ hr, flr0mQ ori js at present confined in the Queen's hospital from sickness contracted in the service of the Hawaiian fire department. The fund at present amounts to but something over $400 and it is sug gested to turn this amount to the charity account in relieving such cases. Sudden Death. Mrs. Xika Dolloway, wife of the manager of the half-way house on the Kau road to the volcano, died suddenly last Saturday. Special Notices. Meeting Notice. i SPECIAL MEETING OF MECHA- xl nic Engine Co. No. 2 will be held THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, at 7:cl0 o'clock, at the Hall of Hook & Ladder Co. Business of importance. PEK OKDEK COMMITTEE. 345S It Notice. MA WIFE. ANNIE E. LANGA liavir.tr L-ft my bed and board, I shall not be restonsible for any debts contracted by her after this date. JESSE J. LANG A. August 15. 1893. 3453-1 w For Sale. HP HE HAWAIIAN SAFE DEPOSIT J- end Investment Company oilers lor OA'C audi CO ui iiitci aiaii' lam 4.1 v ft- a,;ntl fv, atnr sharps of Hawaiian Snsar Co. stock, shares of Kilauea Cv- n w " clorama stock, shares of volcano House stock. 3;S-3r. Notice. A1 r A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE Hawaiian Railroad Company, the President, Vice-President and Se cretary having resigned, the following officers were elected to serve during the unexpired term : Hamuel G. Wilder Pie"i lent F. W. Macfarlane. . ..Vic-Pre?ident Hugh Gnnn Secretary HUGH GUUN, Secretary. Honolulu, August 15, 180 . 3458-1 1 Bernte PainM Bisbop Museum. T MIi: MUSEUM WILL RE OPEN to the Public on Fridays from 9 to 12 and on Saturdays from 2 to 5 until furth er notice. Fy order of the Trustess. W.VI. T. IJRIGH AM, 3457 lw Curator. L . I I. JDJEK, jiKiint or Winps. .spirits and Reers HOTEL HTHEKT, Between Fort twid Nuuanu. 34-57 tf Artistic printing at the Gazette Office. SPIiCTA t ISVUIXIZFP ITXlfS. $T IVr t. S. .s Au-tralia, C.jrn.i ri.'iOA' IZefrigiratur, with a full sup ply of Ke Hou.e fruit. We willtako oft'the Ice aiivl d.u-e on j'ale this Sat urday tuonuiig: Frc-h Salmon niul Oysters, IVaclies, Hurtlet IVan. (ircou (lS.-and I-I;t? Plums Cornian I'luins, Apiiv.vl, liiape.s, Sicily Lemons, California Oranges Samoa Limes Celer3", Cauliiiower, etc. All fresh and sound. C.VLIFOKNI.A. FiiCiT .M.tKKKT. Mutur.I Tel. 37: 3t. iJOT Just KeceiveJ, a new stock of Storm Serge, in black, blue and cream. Sea water will not injure or fade these ooJ-. Kuan iV Olwn. Just received, per steamer Aus tralia, White Chamois-skin Gloves, excellent quality, warranted to wash, at N. S. Sachs' Popular Millinkry Stoke. gjgr Jlawaiiau Soap, the only pure laundry soap in tho market, can be had by the case or at retail, at any of the grocers in Honolulu, as well as at the company's agents. Families can now order Hawaiian soap ironi their grocers with other goods. Price $5.00 per hundred. M. W McChesxey's Sons, Agents Honolulu Soap Works Co. 3410-tf. American Enameled lint- ton-Hole llnttona for Sale at the I X L jgr Finest litiumclcd Cabinets only $3 a dozen at Cosmopolitan Photo Co., 467 Nuuanu street. . 3341-tf XET For Bargains In New and Second hand Furniture, Lawn Mow ers, Wicker fjuairs, uarueu nose, etc., call at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuanu and King streets. 7" If yon uvinr to sell out your Furniture in its entirety, call at the I. X. L. CX?" 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. tgy The Musical Library of the late G. JL. Babcock is now on sale at tho Golden Rule Bazaak. 3264-1 tf The Bon Ton Dressmak ing Parlors are now at corner of Fort and Beretauia streets, open to those of Honolulu and vicinity wish ing stylish suits and costumes, as well also as comfortable and ueat gowns. The public are now enabled to have their warirobes fitted out as well and with the same style as can be ob tained in San Francisco. 32(57 Sfff Prompt returns made on Goods gold on commission at tho I. X. L. Eeal Estate Agency NO. 519 FOItT STREET. To Let. 2 Hou-e8 on Heretania Street. 2 Houses on Fort Street. 1 House, Alakea Street, next Pacific Club; rent $25 pcr month. 1 House, Beretauia Street, near Piikoi : 6 rooms, bath, etc. ; $20 per month. 1 House, Emma ttqusre. 1 Store, Nuuanu Street. For Sale. Several deiirable Residences in lirst- cla8S location?'. House and Iot on I'eretania Street, near Pensacola; Ixt 200 ft. frontage ami 140 feet deep. Also, a Valuable Llock of Urick Build ings in the heat of tlu Citv. G. K. UOAKDMAS, 33S2-tf A (rent. Stamps. WANTED A FEW SHEETS 2c. Vermillion and 12c. mauve Stamps : plain or surcharged Provisional Govern ment. Pleafe sta!? price for each variety; al.o 4.:. stamped Envelopes. Any Hawaiian Slnp", oi l and new issues, both can' -e!ld and unused bought for caKh. Write particuUM an to price and quantity to A 11 ROM ADA, li22 I lattery Street, 3454-tf San Francisco, Cal. To L,et. A NEWLY FINISHED Cottage, furnished or unfurnished at l'aiatna, n'ar Ring Street and cloee to tlie frame-iM Apply to C. F. PETERSON, Over r.i.-hop tk Co.'s Rank. :',4tl-tf Wanted. GIRL ACCUSTOM KD TO SEW books iii a bindery. Inouire at Gaz-iitf. ofiice 40 Merchant street. 3155-tf Found. VGOLD PIN. oWNIitt MAY have pamn by leaving proper des cription at thi? office and in event of proof of property: anl paying for this advertisement. 3448 tf Ofncral vltrpcrtisirnirntfl. Till: KldTK Ice Cream Parlors Art' v A kiuwn for their eicel-li.-nt Quality of Iiiio Ico Croam, Cake, OaiKlleis, ITttiioy I'aeitrieM, lo Creum Sotlu, tihtirbetii, Hot Cofee, Tea rd Chocolate, Etc. Th. mr t s.tfr.;ctive coHecticn rf Inland Curios! gjST NATIVE FANS a specialty. 8.r) Hotel Street. FOR A'OKOIIAMA ! T1IF. FINK GEHMAN SfFAMFit Captain, V. K. Ipland, here shortly will bo despatched for the above port on cr about Due September 6th, 1893 !y"For iurther particulars xegardin Passage and Freight, apply to K. OGURA & CO., 3453-lm AGENTS. OENTKAL MARKET! NTJTJVa.TSJ'TJ HTKKKT. First-class Market in every respect; be sides carrying a full line of Meats, we make a specialty of UreakiaHt Saiifago, Tfwad. Cheese, Pressod Corn Heef. WESTBROOK & GARES, 3437-lm tf Proprietor. For Sale. 1 House and Lot on Liliha Street. 2 Lot ou Kuakini Street, between Nuuanu Avenue and Liliha Street. 3 House and Lot on the Palama Road. To Let. 1 House and Lot on Emma Street. 2 House and Lot on Liliha Street. gJQYoT further particulars, apply to J. M. MONSAKBAT, Cartwright's Block, Merchant Street. 3429-tf Notice to Planters. r-pilE UNDERSIGNED, AGENTS X of the California Fertilizer Works (J. E. Miller, Manager) have on hand a limited supply of that firm's High Grade Fertilizers for short notice orders and requirements of the planters. C. BREWER & CO. (L'd.), Queen Street, Honolulu. 3425-1 m Kilauea Volcano House Co. A MEETING OF THE ABOVE Company will be held in Honolulu on WEDNESDAY, August 16th, 18'.)3, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the office of W. R. Castle. BuHMiess of importance requires a full attendance of all stockholders. WM. R. CASTLE, President. Honolulu, August 2, 1893. 3447-2wr Wanted. TO RENT OR LEASE, A neat Cottage of not less than four rooms within the boundaries of Beretania, Punchbowl and Fort Streets. Rent must be moderate. Address "J. J.." this oflice, stating rent. 3430-tf Keal Estate for Sale. 7 VALUARLE PIECES of improved Property, locat ed in different parts of the the city of Honolulu; all bar gains. Apply for full parti culars to IJRUCE A A. J. CARTWRIGHT. 3302-tf Strayed OS THE 21) OF AU(iUST a Small Hay Mare from my resi dence, Dr. Hyde's place, on Reretania Street ; has full black points, long tail, light foretop, mane partl5' chaffed off, while fjkjIs back of each shoulder; was hod ail round at time r.f running away. A suitable reward will bo paid for her return tothe undersigned. 3451-tf WALTER O. WKKDuN. For Lease. THOSE DESIRAP.LE PRE- miseg opioflito the Mnkiki re serve, recently occupied by Mr. Charles Creightoti. The grounls are spacious, and well chaded with Ornamen tal and FruitTrees ; only a minute's walk to Tramways. The Buildings will be put in thorough repair to suit the wishes of a good tenant. For further particulars, apply to RRUCE CARTWRIGHT, Trustee for Mrs. Mary 8. Levey. 3358-tI rHARTC0.1 VhckolullV PER MONOWAI KOI1 TIIK ) nvi? 51U0N LI Oysters ion COCKTAILS ! 333oly GO TO TPIK EAGLE HOUSE, Nuuanu Avenue, oit to Tine ARLINGTON HOTEL Hotel Street. ItATKB Tnble Hoard 1 jh t .ly. Hoard and Ixlin (!' IVjard and IiOdgin tl we.k. CS37SKcial monthly jiricen. T. K. KlCOUriK, PuoiKiaTou. CASTLE & COOKE IL.Il-'l': AND IIKID INSURANCE AGENTS AGENTS FOR NEW ENGLAND MDTDAL Life Insurance Co. of nosTorr. -A.lliaiico Lssiiranoo COMPANY OF LONDOI?, Mtxr.i Fire Insurance Co. MRS. E. TURNER Has rr-.iuoved her DRESSMAKING ROOMS To Hotel St., 0j p. th9 T. LI. C. A. Hall Where che is pre .-red to do Dreswinakinj; in all the latebt ftylcs. Tlie nsw met boil of form-fittins: employed (the method now used by ail the leading dressmakers in San Francisco). SfAll work neatly and promptly finished. Prices as reanonablo as any in the city. 3234-tf CHARLES B. COOPER, M. D.. Physician :z: i 4iijeoTi Office : 34 Alakea Street. Officii Hours: 10 to 12 a.m., 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 P. M ; Sundays 9 :30 to 10 :?,0 A M Telephones: Mntual 424, Bell 1IG. Residence: No. 10 Union Street, Mutual Telephone 490, Honolulu, H. I. 3350-tf Many People Think they're pet ting a reliable Safe, because it has a fine appearance, correct shape, and is appa rently fire proof. The difference in co!t of material in a fir&t-clasH Safe is one of the diflV-renccH between the lest and one not to K'od. Nothing, but the truth the bofct policy for us ; nothing, but a Hall' Safe is the best joliey for you. It's a luxury for a Ln.nKs iran to popfCEs a Hams. A biuinefcs man wants something benidt s looLs Lack of the veneerirg. All Safe work in the buildings of the World's Fair was put in by our Com pany. Does this not t p ak volume h ? T. W. HOIJHON, IIERHING-IIALL-MARVIS COMPANY CH13. ERZWEK 4 CO.'" Boston liiiK of hirkpf- IMl'OKTi:i;s Wl l.i. IM.I'.a: tnke not tlmt t.'.e hv SHIP IIELblN ERKWtR Will positively H.iil on Ofn'OHlii: 1 t KSYht f(jrthr piirtirr For Kent. A DE-IRARLE DWELLING with oomniudiom iriMin-!a; Shrnbberv. etc.. m Kin.i'i Stieet next to corner of Pcn.-ohi ; .in l.!o k from Tramcars. K. R. HENDRY. 3377-tf Hawaiian I l:r' -a h r . The Missing Nuinbers rpDE FOLLOWING DATES OF 1 Planter' Monthly are wanted- the - one. two or more copies of vm i : May, SeptendKT and Pvemb r ol Issj; August, 1HS.1; Apiil, 1S.SI. HAWAIIAN G ZI.n E For Sale 4 T A BARGAIN, A ( OLUM1UA Solid The Rii'jele in gv i condition. Address "C," thin ollice. 3448-tf ClUTJ Fresh