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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL. AI VEUTI8EK, SEPTEMBER 7. 1893.
OiilD BlILWiY k LiiND COS TIME TABLE. FROM AND iFTBR JUNE I, 189C. TRAINS TO EWA MILL. B B A D A.M. P.M. P.K. P.M. Leave Honolulu. . .8:45 1:45 4:35 5 :10 Leave Pearl City.. 9:30 2:30 5:10 5:56 Arrive Ewa Mill... 9:57 2:57 5:38 6:22 TO DOXOLCLC. C B B A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M. Leave Ewa Mill.. 6:21 10:43 3:43 5:42 Leave Pearl City..6:55 11:15 4:15 6:10 Arrive Honolulu. .7 :30 11:55 4:55 6:45 A Saturdays only. B Daily. O 8anda3a excepted. D Saturdays excepted . FOUK1GN MAIL. SERVICE. Steamships will leave for and arrive from an Francisco, on the following dates, till the close of 1S93. LlAVK liOKOLCLC FOB SAN FBA5CIBCO. Australia... tiept. 13 Mariposa. . . Sept. 21 Oceanic Kept. 25 Miowera, for Van couver Oct. 2 Australia Oct. 14 Monowai.... Oct. 19 Warrimoo, for Van couver Nov. 1 China Nov. 6 Australia. . . . Nov. 11 Alameda.... Nov. 16 Miowera, for Van couver Dec. 2 Oceanic Dec. 4 Australia Dec. 9 Mariposa Dec. 11 Warrimoo, for Van couver. Jan. 1 City Peking. .Jan. 2 Australia.... Jan. 6 Dca at ilosoLVi-v Fm. a Jkahcisco. China Sept. IS Warrimoo.fromVan- couver Sept. 23 Alameda Sept. 23 Australia Oct. 7 Oceanic Oct. 17. Miowera, from Van couver Oct. 23 Mariposa.... Oct. 26 Australia Nov. 4 Monowai.... Nov. 2i Wa r n m 00 ,f romVan, couver Nov. 23 China Nov. 27 Australia Dec 2 Alameda.. -Dec: 21 Miowera, from Van couver Dec. 23 Oceanic Dec 26 Australia Deo. 30 Warrinioo.from Van couver Jan. 23 Meteorological Record. X TUB OOTaJCMEHT BCBVBT. rUHtlBBlD ZTXBY MOSTDAT. s? 5 P5; I; I I t a h - B B 8T 0T02 67 2-8 E-ke 3 6'J 4 0.0C C5 6 K 3 68 84 0.00 67 6 K 4 TJ Hi 0.01 6 4 K 5 74 8i O.Oti 2 3-8 4 74 8J n.('2 63 P-3 E 4 71 8i'0.08 80 8-3 EMC 2-4 T3 5 Ban Hon Tae Wed Thu Frl. tut. 27130.07 30.C3 8 30.08 30 04 2J ,.).). 11 30 07 30.14 30. OS 130.16 30.0J 130.16 30.06 2I30.12'30.04( Tides, Ban and Moon. cd w B a a a a a o 2.B 3. m m & m m 5.44 .13 6.44 0.12 1. 2 6.45 6.11 2. 9 5.45 6.10 3.14 5.45 6. 9 4.17 6.45 6. 8 5.16 set. 6.4C 6. 7) 6 21 o p o. Hi 0j 3 " p.m.ip.m.a.ui. p.m. 7.15 8. 0 Man... Taes... Wed ... Tbci... ft I t 0J5 11. 0 . 0.4 a.m. 2. 0 1.40 2.40 3 10 3.30 7. 0 8.30 p.m. a. in 2.40 9-15 7.60 3.15' -25 8.50 3.301 9.45 9.30 4.15" 3.45 10.35:10.15' New moon on the 9th, at 8h. SSm. p.m. Time Whistle blown at lb. Mm. 34s. p.m. of Honolulu time, which i the ume as 12h. Om. Os. of Greenwich time. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. AKUIVAI.S. WtDSESDAT. Sept. G. OSS Australia, Houdlette, C?Z days from San Francisco. StmrJ A Cummins, Neilson, from Koo- Am bkt Irmgard, Schuiidt, from Laysan Island. Schr Rob Roy from Ewa. DEPAKTCREB. V eosesday, Sept. G. Stmr James Makee. Haglund, for llana maula and Kapaa. Schr Mile Morris for Koolau. Schr Sarah and Eliza for Koolau. VESSELS IN POKT. (This list doea not Include coasters. l H aval vessels. USS Boston, Dav. cruise. OSS Adams, Nelson, from Lahalua. MERCHANTMEN. Br sch Norma, Yokohama. Am bk Albert, Griffiths, San 1 rancisco. Am bk Alden Besse, Friis. San Francisco. Am bkt Discovery. Christiansen. San trail. Am schr Alice Cooke. Fenhallow, P g 1 1 d. O B S Australia, lloudletie, San Francisco. FOBEION VESSELS EXPECTED. Vessels. Where from. Poe. Ger bk J C I'fluger Bremen... Sept 5-15 Am bfe Martha Davis.. Boston Dec 5-15 Am bk Amelia Tuget Sound. Aug 30 Am bk Detroit Nanaimo.. .. Aug 31 Am sch Robert LewersS F Aug 2o Am bkt Hilo S F Am bkt S G Wilder. . .S F -P'J! Am bgt J DSpreckels.S F (Kah). . .Aug 26 Haw bk Leahi S F Vo P M SS China S F bept 19 O & O S S Oceanic S F -.... . - - -Oct 17 Am bk Harvester S F (Hilo) ..Aug 21 Ambgt Lurline S F (Hilo)... Aug oO Am bk Ceylon S F Sept 9 Am bkt V II Dimond .S F Sept 2 Am bkt Planter SF SeP Br sh Co. of Merioneth. N S W....Sept 14-20 KM8 8 Alameda S F Sept 22 Ger bk Nautilus Liverpool. Dec 20-30 Jap S S Aikoku Maru. .Yokohama . .Sept 4 KMSS Mariposa Colonies Sept 22 PASSENOEKS. ARRIVALS. From San Francisco, per S S Australi Sept G Mrs H O Alexander. C F Alexa der, O B Braddick, Geo O lSeckley, brother Francis. Brother Anthony. Brother Thom as, Brother J Thomas. Miss L A Brown, Miss M II Chamberlain. E B Castlen, P H Dodge and wife. Miss Dohner, Win Eassie. E W Fuller and two children, W J Forbes, Ror F Freith. P J Frein. Mrs A G Hawes. A Haneburg, Miss N E Hammond. Mrs L B Kerr and two children, Wm Libby.Jr, m; N Lowrev. Miss E G Lyman. Miss L Lyons. A B Lyons, L C Lvman, Miss Alice E Mudge, Miss McLeod, H Morrison and wife. Miss Patch. Mrs W II Patten, J R Renton. Mrs Jas Renton, J Radin, Theo A Shaw J r, Miss E B Snow, Miss A S Snow, Prof M M Scott. B Sharp. R C Saddler, Miss Grace ing, W V D Wright, Miss K Pope. A M Maher, Roland Hafford. ' DEPARTCRE8. For Hanamavlu and Kapaa. per stmr James Makee. Sept 6-W H Rice, Wm A Eassie, Re H ienbe'8 and wife. RC Spalding. eo jjun dap. Tbos Seal, ar t on deck. LOCAL AND GENERAL. A copartnership notice appear? in this issue. An enjoyable dance wa3 given at San Souci last evening. Mr. Philip Dodge and wife re turned by the Australia. The councils will meet this after noon at half-past 1 o'clock. Six cirpentera are wanted imme diately. See advertisement. One common drunk constituted the arrests made by the police last night. Profa. A. B. Lyons and M. M. Scott arrived by the Australia yes terday. The recent Japanese murder at Ewa is fctill under investigation by the marshal. Rev. Hiram Bingham and wife will return to Honolulu by the next through steamer from San Fran cisco. The Hawaiian band played at Sans Souci last night, and will play this evening at the Hawaiian hotel. The trustees of the Queen's hos pital will meet this morning at 10:30 in the chamber of com merce-; SL- T T T I"'. -1- 1 urs. ij. u. ia Pierre, wno nas jjeen visiting friends in California for several weeks past, is expected home in a short time. Thirty -nine hides and three bar rels of tallow will be shipped to the agents of the board of health from Molokai this week. Tho monthly meeting of the Y. M. C. A. will be held tonight at 8 o'clock. The board of directors will meet at 7 :30 o'clock. An interesting letter from Mr. Frank L. Hoogs, formerly of the Advertiser, now in San Francisco, appears in another column. Mr. H. Bacon, teacher of the Chi nese school here, returned from a visit to his old home in Los An geles, Cal., by tho Australia. Mr. Harry Miller, of the Cri terion saloon, has returned from a visit to the coast and presents a much improved appearance. Tho shareholders of the Wai- rnanalo Sugar Co. will meet to morrow morning at 9 o'clock in the office of Bruce & A. J. Cart wright. The safes for the new safe de posit building did not arrive by the Australia yesterday. They are ex pected by;the China, due here on the 18th. Go to the Criterion and ask Larry Dee to give you a drink of beer out of the new glass known as the White which he received by the Australia yesterday. The uniforms for tho national guard did not arrive by the Austra lia. They have arrived at San Francisco and will be forwarded by the China, due here on the 18th. Race Course Echoes. As the late races were not an annual, but a special meeting, it was agreed that if the horse belong ing to W. H. Cornwell should win the Kalakaua cup event that gen tleman was to be paid the sum of $100 by the jockey club and the cup to be put up for contest at the next annual meeting. Mr. V. H. Rickard has advanced a number of propositions for a match race between his horse Duke Spencer and Cornwell's Lord Brock for any desired amount, but has failed to arrange a race. Jockey Morton, who had such bad luck in riding Duke Spencer, did not mount for any other race in which W. II. Rickard's horses were entered. Jockey Slocum, who ha3 been employed during the past sea son by Mr. W. H. Cornwell, and who intends returning to his home in California by the Austra lia, will probably return here next spring to take charge of the race horses of Messrs. mliantine Horner. John Cassidy in Chicago. Mr. John Cassidy, who left here a short time ago for Chicago to make a study of improved electri cal instruments, has been heard of. Latest advices show that he was registered at the Gorman house in Chicago For Night Doty. Marshal Hitchcock yesterday ap pointed Carl Willing a special con stable, with pay, for night duty on the plains. This step was taken on account of the recent burglaries committed in that locality. Providing for Fire. On account of the scarcity of water in the reservoirs and in order to be prepared for fires, Dhief Hunt yesterday had five cisterns in differ ent portions of. the city filled with water from the mains. A second-hand bicycle, lamp, etc., is advertised for sale at a bar gain. WHARF AND WAVE Arrival of the Australia Foreign Happenings. The S. S. Australia, H. C. Houd lette, commander, left San Fran cisco August 30, 1S93, at 2 p.m., with 53 cabin and 25 steerage pas sengers, and 39 bags of mail. On August 30th, at 9 p.m., passed the S. S. Alameda, bound to San Fran cisco. Experienced fine weather throughout the voyage, and arrived at Honolulu, September Oth, at G :30 A.M.' Tho Japanese steamship Aikoki Maru, assigned to S. Ogura &. Co., is now due from Yokohama. She will be dispatched again to that port on or about the 13th inst. The steamer Australia brought 900 ton3 of general cargo for this port yesterday. The steamer Waimanalo was re ported at 5 o'clock 3'esterday even ing twenty mile3 to the west. She left Keawanui, Waialua, last Sat urday under sail, and it should not take her more than two days to reacii Kaena point. She is now five days out trying to make this port under sail, and as there are six men on board, some anxiety is felt for their safety. Among the steamer Mikahala's cargo from Kona last Tuesday were IS bags of turnips, raised at Kailua by Mr. Scott. When the schooner Sarah and Eliza moved out from the I. I. S. N. Co.'s wharf at 8 :30 o'clock last night, deeply laden with a cargo of paddy for Koolau, it was found that her stern was aground. It took several men half an hour to get her off the mud bank. She left at 9 o'clock sharp. The schooner Rob Roy brought 500 bags of salt from Puuloa 3'es terday. The barkentine Irmgard, Captain Schmidt, arrived off port last even ing with a cargo of guano from Laysan Island for the Hawaiian Fertilizer Company. She will come into port this morning. The schooners Mile Morris and Sarah and Eliza took yesterday afternoon 455 and 355 bags of paddy respectively for Kaalaa to be milled. The O. S. S. Australia left this port on her last trip to the coast at noon on August 1G. The British steamship City of Peking also left for the coast an hour later on the same day. When the big steamers departed there were many bets made as to which vessel would ar rive at San Francisco first, the Australia being the favorite boat. The Australia reached ban Fran cisco first, beating all her previous records by making the passage in 6 days and 39 minutes. The City of Peking arrived at San Francisco on the 23d, her time being 6 days and 14 hours. The bark Martha Davis, con signed to C. Brewer & Co., sailed from New York for this port Aug. 19th. The captain of the schooner Sarah and Eliza reported having passed a strange schooner about one mile oil waimanalo at iu o'clock last Saturday night. The schooner did not carry any side lights. The night being foggy, the captain of the Sarah and Eliza could not describe the schooner, but he was certain it wa3 no coaster. All the Koolau coasting schooners were in this port Satur day night. SAN FRANCISCO ITEMS. Arrivals: Aug. 22, S. S. Aus tralia, G days from Honolulu ; Aug. 23, S. S. City of Peking, G days 14 hours from Honolulu ; Aug. 25, bark Mauna Ala, 24 days, schooner Transit, 25 days, and schooner W. H. Talbot, 23A days, all from Hono lulu ; Aug. 2G, bark Andrew Welch, 34 days from Honolulu ; Aug. 27, schooner Aloha, 19 days from Hono lulu, and schooner John G. North, 21 days from Mahukona. Departures : Aug. IS, S.S. Mono wai, for Honolulu, etc., and brig Lurline, for Hilo ; Aug. 23, barken tine W. H. Dimond, for Honolulu ; Aug. 27, barkentine S. G. Wilder, for Honolulu. Projected Departures: Sept. 12, S. S. Chini, for Honolulu, etc. ; Sept. 21, S. S. Alameda, for Hono lulu, etc. ; Sept. 28, S. S. Australia, for Honolulu ; Oct. 10, S.S. Oceanic, for Honolulu, etc., bark Andrew Welch, bark Ceylon, barkentine Planter, schooner Transit, all for Honolulu, and schooner John G. North, for Mahukona. New York, Aug. 19. Sailed : bark Martha Davis, for Honolulu. Eureka, Aug. 23. Arrived : Schooner Allen A, from Honolulu. Yokohama, Aug. 21. Arrived: British steamship Oceanic, from Honolulu. On August 27th, the steamer Barracouta, of the Pacific Mail line, while en route from Comox, B. C, to Acapulco, was nearly sunk by an explosion of dynamite on board. The Barracouta was then about 150 mile3 from Cape Flat terv. The dynamite is believed to nave ueen put in her noia dv stris ing coal miners at Comox. She put in there m a badly shattered condition, and will have to be thor oughly repaired. The U. S. cruiser Olympia is making daily trips about the bay for the contractors getting her ma chinery in smooth working order for her sneed test. Captain Johnson is now in com mand of the bark Colusa, vice Captain Backus. The V. S. S. Mohican and Alba tross and H. M. S. Champion were at Ounalaska August 30th. The steamer China left Yoko hama for San Francisco on the 19th of August.. DISAPPOINTED ROYALISTS. The Instructions that They Longed For Didn't Come. The old and familiar adage, that "All things come to him who waits," may be successfully applied to every cause except that of the royalists. Early yesterdaj morning, a long time before the arrival of the steamer Australia, many represen tatives of decayed royalty gathered at the Oceanic wharf. Just what they were expecting nobody knew not even themselves ; but they had gathered there just the same. The j spendthrift and the bankrupt, the humble and the lowly were among the eager throng. Perchance, they expected that their redoubtable champion, who was the mighty ruler of things under the late monarchy, would send the perishing multi tude manna from either California or Washington ; but it came not. The steamer arrived, bearing net the joyful tidings that the ex sovereign would be restored to the throne ; but bringing additional information that Hawaii is very likely destined soon to fall under the control of the great republic. The report was freely circulated yesterday among her followers that the ex-queen would be put back on the throne, and in order to give the occasion the eclat it was enti tled to, male and female couriers had been despatched the day be fore to gather garlands bright to deck the crowning gem. They went up the valley and purchased all the available flowers, in order that their ex-sovereign might not be compelled to tread common mother earth on her journey to the throne room. The gathered flow era will have to wither and fade away, for the instructions that they longed for didn't come. A more convenient season has been set apart for this pleasing ceremony. "Hope deferred maketh the heart sick." "Sic transit gloria mundi." Death Rate. The number of deaths reported at the office of the board of health from the 1st to the Gth, inti ii3ive is nine. Of these live are llawai- ians, three Portuguese and one was a Japanese. This shows a com paratively light death rate for the week. Vice - President Wilder Heard From. A private letter by the Australia yesterday brings the news that ViW-President Wm. C. Wilder left San Francisco on August 26th for Chicago, via Denver, Colorado. Carpenters Wanted Immediately. SIX UAiu'tMiiKS yyanic-u im mediately. Apply to 3477-2t U. BREWER & UU.g Waimanalo Sugar Co. MEETING OF HtiAKEtiUL,WKUS nf W.iimanalo Susrar Co. will be held on FRIDAY, September 8, 1S93, at f) o'clock a. M., at the office of Messrs. Bruce & Alex. J . Jartwneht. BKUCE CARTW KlQll 1 , Secretary Waimanalo Sugar Co. Honolulu. Sept. C. 1S33. 3477-2tt Copartnership Notice "V OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT lN Kwontr Shew Win ani Kai Kee retires from our firm from date. WING ON WO & CO. 4 -ZIT A Bargain! 4 SECOND-HAND, CUSHION 1 IRE, 2 Columbia Model Bicycle, in first clasa condition with Lamp, etc. Price $75. Can be seen at Advertiser office during the noon hour daily. 3476-lw Room and Board J IT II FAMILY ON NUUANU ' Avenue within a few minutes' walk of the cars. addre33 "Box 339." 3176-tf Trustees Meeting. A QUARTERLY MEETING OF 2. the Board of Trustees of the Queen's Hospital will be held at the Room of the Chamber of Commerce on THURSDAY, the 7th September, 1S?3, at l):SO a. M. ler order. F. A. SCHAEFER, 3476-2t Secretary. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. 7"" Dr. 1-:. 1. Hutchinson, dentist, will gt t Waiiuku, Maui, in about two uftk. to irnctioe his pro fession. 317o-lv. ZjST Per S. S. AustrAlia Cam ariuos Refrigerator, containing lee House Fruits, Cherries, Tlums, Apri cots, Pears, Peaehe, Apple, Lemons, Oranges, Mexican Limes, Frozen Oys ters, Crabs, Salmon, Celery, Cauli flower, etc. California Fruit Mar ket. Mutual Telephone 37S. 3170-3 1. & Inspection Invited. Mr. Charles Good, Artist. Mr. Good's success in making Crayon or Water Colors is remarkable. He has now on exhibition at J. J. Williams' stu dio samples of his work, produced from life aud from old pictures, which the public are invited to inspect. Mr. Good makes a specialty of repairing Crayons or Water Colors. Studio, at J. J. Williams'. 3176 tf. SpST" Just Received a new line of Children s white and colored Leghorn Hats, fine and cheap, at the Popular Milinery Store, N. S. Sachs, proprie tor. 34GS-tf. jEF fust Received, a new stock of Storm Serge, in black, blue and cream. Sea water will not injure or fade these goods. F.OAX & UL'NN. M. W. McChesxey's Sons, Agents Honolulu Soap Works Co. 3110-tf. Jg American Enameled Button-Hole Buttons for Sale at the I X L. T" For Bargains in New and Second hand Furniture, Lawn Mow ers, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose, etc., call at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuauu and King streets. 27 If you want to sell out your Furniture in its entirety, call at the I. X. L. 7" Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice Boxes, Stoves, Hanging Ijamps, 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 aud King streets. r The Musical Library of the late G. L. Babcock is now on sale at the Golden Rule Bazaar. 32&l-ltf gJSF" 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 aud costumes, as well also as comfortable and neat gowns. The public are now enabled to have their warJrobes fitted out as well and with the same style as can be ob tained In San Francisco. 3267 XT" Prompt returns made on Goods sold on commission .at the I. X. L. Special Notices. Heal Estate for Sale. 7 VALUABLE PIECES Sj of improved Propem. locat- ed 1" different parts of the J the city of Honolulu ; all bar gains. Apply for full parti culars to BRUCE & A. J. CART WRIGHT. 3392 tf For Lease or Sale. RESIDENCE ON LUNAL1LO street, at present occupied by E. W. Holdsworth .containing double parlors, 4 bedrooms, dressing an bath rooms, dining room, pantry ana kitchen. Grounds 300x105 feet, well laid out; servants' rooms, stable and chicken house in rear of main building. K. I. L1LL1K, 2S22-tf with Theo. If. Davies A Co. For Sale for Want of Us?. i STEAM LAUNCH IN FIRST l. clas order, well-know n as havinz been used by Dr. i. I ro-jssejiu as Port Physician. Thesewr.il Pilots, and Cus toms Officers nan eive information about the boat; spocd seren knots. Several other Boats, bpars, baKa, etc., etc. the Boats can be seen at Mr, kei.-t's boat house, next to the Marine Railway. For r i i prices, eic , appiy to UK. (i. TROUSSEAU, From 9 to 11 a. ji. or 7 to S r. m. 3473-lm Notice to Sportsmen. HUNTING, SHOOTING OR OTHER wise trespassing on the Ahupuia of Waipio, on the lands of Waikakalaua, Auiole, Hoornaikaia and Miki or the Island of Mokuutnemne, ia the District of Ewa, Island of Oahu, is hereby for bidden. Anyone disregarding this notice will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law. 3472-1 w C. A. BROWN. Wanted. A GEVTLE AND SOUND Carriage Horse. Address "X," this office statin s price. H473 it Notice. ISS BERRY'S SELECT SOtlOJL will open on MONDAY, September 4, 1893. 3170-lw THE EUTK Ice Cream Parlors Are. well known for their excel lent rjtiality of Hlne Ico Croam, Fancy Intrie, Ic Ore am Soda, fch.r rt. Hoi Cofee, Tea and Chocolate, Etc. The most attractive colllection of Island Curios! NATIVE FANS a specialty. 85 Hotel Street. MRS. CHAS. W. MULLEK. Vocal Teacher. Vcice building by the old Italiau school method a specialty. fjCHSo. 4 Emma street, Honolulu. .W6-2ni For Sale. 1 House and Lot on Liliha ritreet. 2 Lot ou Kuakini Street, between Nuuanu Avenue and Liliha Street. 3 House aud Lot on the Palanni Road. 1 House and Lot on Emma Street. 2 House and Lot cn Liliha Street. gttTor further particulars, apply to J. M. MONSARRAT, Cartwright's Block, Merchant Street. 3429-tf Hi . H. T3EE, JOBBER Or Wines. Spirits and Beers IlOTKli STKKKT, Between Fort and Nuuanu. 3457-tf SING WO & COMPANY, No. -4-3 Nuuanu. Street. DKALERS IN DRY GOODS, Ladies' and Gent's Fins Goods ! ALSO CHILDREN'S AND LADIES' DRESSES. "?"We solicit your patronage. Sing Wo & Company No. 4.3 Nuuanu Street. 34G0-3m Strayed K ON THE 2D OF AUGUST Sfl a Small Bay Mare from myresi M 71 dence, Dr. Hyde's place, on Beretania Street; haa full black points, long tail, light foretop, mano partly chaffed off, white spots back of each shoulder; was shod all round at time of running away. A suitable rewara win be paid farher return to the undersigned. 3451-tf WATTTK U. WKKVUN. Stamps. WANTED A FEW SHEETS 2c. vermillion and 12c. mauve Stamps; plain or surcharged Provisional Govern ment. Please state price for each variety; also 4c. stamped Envelopes. Any Hawaiian Stamps, old and new issues, both cancelled and unused bought for cash. W rite particulars ai to price and quantity to A. HROMADA, Mattery Ktreet, 3454 tf Han Francisco, Cal. For Lease. THOSE DESIRABLE PRE rnises opposite the Mokiki re serve, recently occupied by Mr. Charles Creighton. The grounds arc ppacious, and well shaded with Ornamen tal and Iruit trees; 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 BRUCE C ART WRIGHT, t rustee for .ure. aiiry n. ievey. For Sale. COTTAGE TO RENT AND Furniture for sale on Nnumu Htreet. Enquire at this office. 3460-3t To Let. A NEWLY FINISHED Cottage, furnished or unfurnished at Palama, near King Street and close to the tramcars. Apply to C. F. PETERSON, Over Bishop & Co.'s Bank. 3441-tf Wanted. TO RENT OR LEASE, A neat Cottage of not less than four rooms witinn me oounuanes oi Beretania. Punchbowl and Fort Streets. Rent must be moderate. Address "J. J.," this office, stating rent. 3439-tf For Sale. i SMALL NAPTHA LAUNCH. FOR J. particulars, enquire J. B. CASTLE, 3464-lm Collector-General. (HART&C0.J ml nuioi Sl&rrrtuiriiinii. CENTRAL MARKET! NUUANU WTItlCICr. Firft-cUis Market in every rofjxH't ; bo sides carrying a full line of Meats, we make a Scia!ty 'f 2JrakfuNt !iumicm, Irf Corti Jfeor. WESTliRO'JK 6 GAHES, 3437-lm tf PuomiKTon. GO TO THK EAGLE HOUSE, Nuuanu Avenue, OJt TO Til: ARLINGTON HOTEL Hotel Street RATI - Table Board (1 it da Board and Lodging " " Board and lodging (1- p'r jCaCFHpcial monthly piUev. T. E. KBPUSE. Pkoi kiktoh. CASTLE & COOK.K LIFK AND lrililC insurance AGENTS AGENTS FOR NEW ENGLAND MDTUH Life Insurance Co. OF T30STON, .AAlianco Vssuranco COMPANY OF LONDON, Minn Fin; Insurance '. OK IXTVItTJOUl). MRS. B. TURNEK Has tftnoved her DRESSMAKING ROOMS To Hotel st, Opp. tiia Y. M. C. A. Hill Where she is prepared to do Dressmaking in all tho latest styles. Tho new method of form-fitting mm ployed (the method now used by all tli I .iding dressmakers in San Francisco) . gjCT'AW work neatly and promptly finished. Prices hs reasonable as any In the city. 3234-tf CHARLES Ii. COOPER, M. D., Physic ian tvnd Surgeon Office: 34 Alakea Street. Offics Horns: 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m ; Sundays J :30 to 10:30 Tklkpiionks : Mutual 421, Bidl 110. Residekck: No. 10 Union Sh i-t, Mutual Telephone 490, llnnrir.iu, H I. aafrm Many People Think they're get ting a reliable Safe, hocA''Ai fcTJfa"flno" appearance, correct shape, and is appa-rently-firff proof. """The difference in cost of material iu a first-class Safe is one of tho differences between the best and one not so good. Nothing, but the truth i the best policy for us; nothing, but a Hai.l'h Safr is the best policy for you. It's a luxury for a business man to possess a Hall'h. A business man wants something befidfs looks back of the veneerir.g. All Safe wcrk in the buildings of the World's Fair was put in by our Com pany. Does this not if peak volumes ? T. W. HOJ3HON, AGENT BERRING-HALIrJIARVIN COMPANY CH18. BRSWIH 6 CO.'S Boston Line of Packets. IMPOilTKKS Wli.L viA:Aua '.CiA Um rmt Thru t tiT. i v. - - - - - - - SHIP HELEN BREWER Nkwell, Master, Will positively sail on OCTOUER 1Mb. 56PFor further particular upvly ' O. nr.KV. K,!: A r. For Kent. A DESIRABLE DWELLING with commodious Grounds; Shrubbery, etc., on Kitiaii Street next to corner of IVnsacola ; one block from Tramcars. E. R. I IKK DRY, 3577-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co For Sale 4T A BARGAIN, A COLUMBIA 2. Solid Tire Bicycle in ; ood condition. Address "C," this office. 3448-tf Found. 4 GOLD PIN. OWNER MAY 1 . have same by leaving proper des cription at this office and in event of proof of property: and paying for this advertisement. 3448-tf Notice. rpilE UNDERSIGNED HEREBY X certifies that owing to theprepsure in other branches of business, have this day entrusted the entire management of liquor trade to Mr. S. Kimuraof this city, who has full power of attorney to act for me in the same trade. K. OGURA. Honolulu, August 15, 1893. 3161-Sm