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DAIIiY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL, ADVEUTISEK, SEPTEMBER 10. 1893.
OAHU RAILWAY 4 LAND CO.'S TIME TABLE. AMD AFTHR JUNE 1, 1892. T It A I N 8 TO EWA MILL. Ii A.M. Leave Honolulu. . .8:45 Leave Pearl City.. 9:30 Arrive Ewa 51 ill. . .9:57 B p.. 1:45 2:30 A r.tt. 4:3-5 5:10 5:36 D P.M. 5:10 5 :56 6:22 TO HONOLULU. C B A.M. A.M. Leave Ewa Mill.. 6 -.21 10:43 Leave Pearl City. .6:55 11:15 Arrive Honolulu. .7:30 11:55 A Saturdays only. B Daily. C Sundays excepted. J) Saturdays excepted. B P.M. 3:43 4:15 4:55 A P.M. 5:42 6:10 6:45 FOIIKION MAIL HKKVICK. Steamships will leave for and arrive from an Francisco, on the following dates, till the clofe of lb'SJ. Lfave Honolulu roa Sas Frakcisco. Dce at Honolulu Fm. San Francisco. Australia... Sept. 13 Mariposa. . . Sept. 21 Oceanic bept. 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. Vi Miowera, for Van couver Dec. 2 China Sept. 18 Warrimoo.fromv an- couver Kept. 23 Alameda Sept. 2 Australia Oct. 7 Oceanic Oct. 17 Miowera, from Van couver Oct. 23 Mariposa. . . . Oct. 26 Australia.... Nov. 4 Monowai Nov. 21 W'arrimoo, from Van couver Nov. 23 China Nov. 27 Australia Dec 2 Oceanic Dec. 4 Australia .Dec. 9 Alameda.. .Dec. 21 Mariposa W'arrimoo. for Van- i couver Dec. 23 couver Jan. 1 I Oceanic Dec2 City Peking. ..Jan. 2 ! Australia Den. 30 Australia Jan. (5 Varrimoo,fromVan- I couver Jan. 23 Meteorological Kecord. T TBI ttOVZaNXECT PU.'IVIT. TEST MONDAT. I'CBLIPI.EO UAKOM. SJ a 2 t, Lrf S. 3- 9 s t I 5 ? E CO 3 0.21 6 6 si Hi 8 i 0.03 71 6 KB 75 0.03 PH 4 N'-NE 73 84 0.00 C3 4 E-SE 71 81 OJiO 57 ! 'K 75 8h.0l CI 4 E SE 73 Sj'o.03 CO 3 e-ne 5 Hnn -10.11 '33.cn, Mod 4;:i0.15 :io f h 5 :1.18 30 O'J f. :).lt ) or. 7 TO. 1 3 ).U7 8 :W.l.r...J0.l. Wed Tba rl. Sat. 9;3!).l6,.m.0Vi Title. San nd Moou, r- 'r. a o . S - f a. 0 o a m i a. a.m . 'p.m. ' p.m. .m. Moa.... 4.nti 4.23 10.20 10. TO S.4C 5.4C 0.47 5.47 6.47 6.47 6.47 6. 0 6. 5 6. 4 6. 3 8. 2 6. 1 6. 0 7.22 7.63 8.27 9. 3 9.4t 5.20! 4.61 11. 0110.60 Wed ... Thar... Fri Sat San.... 5.45, 5.23 11.20 11.60 i a. in. p.m. 6.4S: .15 7.4)' 7.1V 9.2 ) io. o; 0.30 0. 15 1.60 1. 6 4. 0 1.50 C.3J 10.27 10.40! 11.20, 11.15 First quarter of t lie moon on the 17th, at Sh. 47m. p. in. Tim Whistle blown at lb. 2-m. 3(8. p.m. of Honolulu time, which Is the same aa 12h. I'm, Ca. of Ureenwicb time. SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Kill V A I.S. b'KIDAY. Sept. 15. Am bkt S G Wilder, McNeill 19 days from San Francisco. Am bkt W 11 Dimond, Nelson, 23 days from San Francisco. Strnr Waialeale, Srnythe. from Lahaina. Stmr Mikahala, Chancy, from Maui and Hawaii. Slmr James Mafcee. Haglund, from Kapaa. Am bk Detroit, Darrah, 3 days from Nanaimo. DEl'AKTVKKS. Friday, Sej t. 15. Scbr Sarah and Eliza for Koolau. VESSEL.! IN IMIIIT. (Tb!3 Hat doea not lncla-Je comIsm.i NAVAL VESSELS. V S S Philadelphia, Barker. Callao. USS Ho-ton, Dav. cruise. U d 3 Adams, Nelson, from Lahaina. MERCHANTMEN. Br sch Norma, Yokohama. Am bk Albert, G ninths, San Francisco. Am bk Alden Besse. Friis. San Francisco. Am bkt Discovery. Christiansen. San Fran. Amschr Alice Cooke. Fenhallow, F'g'tS'd. Am bkt Irmpard. Schmidt. Laysan Island. Am b;f. S O Wilder, McNeill, San Fran, Am bkt W II Dimond. Nelson. San Fran. Am bk Detroit. Darrah. Nanaimo. TOJImm.m S3EL.S EXPECTED. Vesiela. Wberefrom. Dne. .. 20-30 Am bk Martha Davis.. BostonDec Am sch Robert LewersS F ..Aug 25 V M SS China M F fcept i O & O S S Oceanic S F Oct 17 Am bk Harvester S F (lido) ..Au21 Am bkCevlon S F Sept 20 Am bkt Planter S F Sept 14 Br sh Co. of Merioneth. N S W....Sept 11-20 It M S S Alameda S F Sept 27 Ger bk Nautilus.. Liverpool. Dec 20-30 Jap S S Aikoku Mam. . Yokonatua ..Sept 8 II M S S Maripos. Colonies Sept 22 Haw bk Andrew Wtlch.S F Sept 2J Am schr Transit S F Sept 2S Hawschr J G North... S F. (Mali). .Sept 25 Am Schr Allen A Kureka Oct 1 CASS Warrimoo Vancouver. .Sept 23 I1SSKCJEKS. ARRIVALS. From ;m Francisco, j er bktSd Wilder. Sept 15 Itobt Orav. Ir Ja merit anl wile. Miss O A Marsh, W Chattield. J Ouder kirk, and W II Horn. From Hamakua, yer strnr Waialeale. Sept 15 31iss Greenfield, W C Fierce and J on deck. F'rom San Francisco, per bkt W II Di mond, Sept 15 Mr Becker. From Kauai, por stmr James Makee, tsept 15 Mrs W V. 11 Deverill and chil dren. From Hawaii and Maui, per stnir Mik ha a. Sept 15 Volcano: T A Shaw. V V 1 Wright. 3Iiss Dohner. Lahaina. etc. : T C Willi. O Bosse. C von llarum. CF Peter- son. J lasu. i jT-wiui. tui o Lol S orns, iMi.mff. Misses Krann Yates. Marv Martin, . . .. . - , ... ... I Kate Kekaula, tnima ana Alice emuaics. t Johnson, lone and lime wins, innitv -.v..... . mw.... andE3Iarcos, Lulu Meinecke, Libhy Ka- 1 ho .'hark was given to i.Zl old ua elemakule . Eva Suntei - and Mary Zabjan; tiv6) who sajd he intentlec2 cutting kaelemakule, C Erickson, E E Robins; it -Mrs J r Lino and J rhiMren. Mrs L Chnn?. Mrs S II Davis, Mrs Jas More ami ehiM. Ah Tai, Ah Lung, C Simcona, anil on deck. IM TOUTS. Per ttnr Waialeale lvi! bas s-jar 10O bdli lauhaia leaves. I'erstmr Mikahala 10S b.-itrs coflVe. and 'Jl b3jrs bone. U'. bars awa. 1; h lls hi les. Zl h-al cattle, 2 horde and l'JO jkgs tt:a lrie. Per strnr Jaini-s Makee 2204 bars surar. PAID A VISIT. M embers of the Goverumtnt Hoard the Philadelphia Yesterday. Yesterday morning at 11 oVlock F. M. Hatch, vice-president, .1. A. King, minister of the interior, V. O. Smith, attorney-general, andS. M. Damon, minister of finance, ac companied by Major G. C. Potter, A. D. (J., visited the U. S. S. Philal delphia. The party were conveyed on board in one of the cruiser's big steam launches. The distinguished visitors were received with the usual honors and taken over the vessel. All the im provements embodied in this mod ern specimen of naval architecture were shown and explained bv the courteous officers of the ship. Af ter a pleasant stay of about half an hour, they left the cruiser. The Hawaiian flag was unfurled from the mainmast and a salute of nine teen guns was fired before their de parture. Glee Club Concert. A concert will bo given by the Honolulu Glee Club in aid of the Y. M. C. A. library, in the associa tion hall on Saturday, September 23d, at 7 :30 o'clock. The following programme will bo rendered : PROGRAMME. Part Song "Maiden of the Fleur de Lys," -Sydenham uiee uiuo. "Only in Dreams,"... De Koveir Song- Mr. t . M. Wakefield. Instrumental Trio Intermezzo from "Cavalleria Itusticana," ..Mascagni (Violin, Organ and Piano.) Messrs. Ilosen, Taylor and Wakefield. Part Song "You Stole My Love," McFarron Glee Club. Song "Love Me Sweet With all Thou Art," White Mrs. K. D. Tenney. Instrumental Trio Song "A Message," Thompson Miss Clara Glade. Tart Song "Where Wavelets Hip pie Gaily,".- Pinsuti Glee Club. Song "Love's Sorrow," Shel ley Mr. C. Booth. Part Song "Song of the Triton," Molloy Glee Club. Truly a Nuisance. The attention of the superintend ent of roads is called to the fact that the electric light pole on the corner of Fort and Queen streets is being used as a hitching post by the street car company. One or more mules belonging to that com pany can bo seen tied to the post at almost every hour during the day. The animals are con tinually standing on the sidewalk, being a serious endanger to pedes trians. Just why this should be allowed the residents in that local ity are unable to see. The Portland Iloteli Proprietor Freimann, ofthd Port land hotel, has received wora, tiiat a number of tourists from Oregon will leave at an early date to spend the winter months in this city. Among the party are several -wealthy residents of Portland. They will make their home at the Port land hotel during their stay on the islands. A special Sunday dinner will be served at the Portland, commenc ing at 5 o'clock. A number of guests havo already been booked. Public Concert. The Hawaiian band, conducted by Professor Berger, will give a public concert at Emma Square this (Saturday) afternoon, com mencing at 4 :30 o'clock. Following is the programme : 1. March "Greetings'' ...Boring 2. Overture "Calif of Bagdad"... -Boieldieu 3. Finale "Carmen" Bizet 4. Selection "Ernani" Verdi i. Waltz "The Gondolas'.. Bellinger 0. Galop "Brave Ahead''...... iStrauss Hawaii Ponoi. The Waimanalo. Messrs. Lyle it SorensonNwill complete the repairs on the steamer Waimanalo during next week. A new keel has been laid and a new oak stern post is also being put in. The old copper near the keel has been removed and will be replaced by new. The machiner' and boil er appear to be almost useless and greatly need replacing. A Monster Shark. A brown seal shark not of man-eating type, measuring 7.1 in length, was captured off the feat the harbor yesterday morning by Cap- -"7 i.'v " r-. -,cn nf yr TT Ti;.! up and selling it toChjna;uen. LOCAL AND GENERAL. Baseball at -"i :Z() tin's afternoon. Several showers rain fell last nizht. of refreshing No arrests were police last night. made bv the Practice came of cricket on the old base ball grounds at 4 todav. o'clock The Hawaiian band will play in Emma square this afternoon at 1 :G0 o'clock. Two postponed mortgage sales will be held at Morgan's auction room3 at noon todav. The hull of the big cruiser Phil adelphia has received a fresh coat of white paint since her arrival in port. The Hawaiian Electric Light Company have commenced putting up their new lofty pole3 along Ala- kea street. A large number of school chil dren returned to their respective schools from windward islands bv the steamer Mikahala yesterday. Twenty-nine return permits were issued to Chinamen yesterday. They will take passage to the Flowery Kingdom by the steamer China next Monday. All those desirous ot loining a ASJI.S) j normal class of instruction will please present themselves at the j Fort street school next Tuesdav, me lytn, at jl o clock r. m. Among the kamaainas who Re turned Irom tiie Coast by the barji entine S. G. Wilder yesterday a'r ternoon were : Messrs. Robert- Gray, V. H. Horn and J. Ouderi kirk. The Japanese consul - general, Hon. S.Fujti, paid an official visit to the U. S. S. Philadelphia yesterday i morning. Ho was accorded a sa- lute of nine guns on leaving the vessel. Messrs. T. A. Shaw, W. V. D. Wright, and Miss Dohner returned from the volcano by the steamer Mikahala jesterday. They will leave for China by the steamship China, due here from San Francisco next Monday. A concert was given by the Ha waiian band at Queen Emma hall last night. It is reported that during the evening, one of the members of the band was struck on the head by a stone, evidently thrown with the intention of inflict ing injury. On behalf of the Healani boat crew, Mr. C. Macfarlane wishes to extend to the young lady who so kindly decorated their cup with carnations last evening their "aloha nui" and heartfelt thanks. Also to those who have previously i decorated the cup. A native, after striking a China man, near Queen Emma hall, yes terday noon, ran off and disap peared in one of the numerous small alleys up Fort street above Beretania. The Chinaman follow ed the native, but was not fleet of foot enough to capture his assail ant. The wild yells of the Mongo lian attracted a number of people A Fractious Team. Yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock the servant of Mr. Charles L. Car- r ; ter drove a team of colts down Fort street to that gentleman's ofiice. The team proved to be skittish, and during the route one of them fell in the road. In front of Mr. Car ter's office considerable difficulty was experienced in getting the team to rights, but at last they got away with a rush and turned into Merchant street, passed this office and disappeared. Uas Left England. It is understood by private c.d vices that Mr. Theo. II. Davies left England on last Wednesday for Hawaii. Allowing for the usual trip across the Atlantic Mr. Davies may be expected to arrive here within the next thirty days. It is understood - that Mr. Davies' pres ent visit has reference to private matters and has no concern in the politics of the islands. Next Tuesday's Ball. Invitations have been issued for a dance to be held at the Hawaiian hotel on next Tuesday evening. Those in charge of the entertain ment are a guarantee that it will be a success. As understood, the ball is to be given by several ladies of Honolulu to the officers of the lloston, and that local political matters will not be allowed to mar the entertainment. A lick is There. Alexander Bolster, one of the best known and oldest type stick ers in Hawaii has contributed a column of personal reminiscences to the Advkhtiski: this morning which will be read with interest by the general public and the old timers here. Alick is an old hand, but he is still able to set without "specks" the "copy" which it takes "four eyes" to furnish by younger men in the. editorial room. A MAUI LEPER Surrenders to the Authorities After Defying the Lays Several Years. Two loners came down bv the steamer Waialeale vesterdav morn ing; cne was from Honokaa and the other from Lahaina. Nauahi is the name of the leper from La- haina, and for many years he has been the terror cf Olowalu gulch, Maui. Armed with a Winchester rirle and a belt full of cartridges, he has defied the authorities to ar rest him. He was once captured SI SI SI but made uis escape, ana since then he made up his mind not to be taken alive. The authorities have left him alone for some years. Last week Nauahi became tired of his mountain seclusion, and left his hiding place and came to de liver himself up to the custody of tne deputy sherifi. .Nauahi was removed to the Kalihi receiving station yesterday, where he awaits examination. NO. 4 ENGINE PUMPS. The Zt.tkiki Well Will he Ready in Three Weeks, Superintendent Andrew Biown states that rso. -1 lire engine com menced pumping at 5 o'clock yes terday morning at the Thomas square artesian well and shut down last night at S o'clock. The engine pumped into the mains, and the work will be continued daily until more water is supplied by nature. The section benefited by the pumping covers Punchbowl street and the plains. The Makiki well will be ready in about three weeks, and will fur nish at least one million gallons daily. This water will bo raised 121 feet, and will be pumped into the reservoir at Makiki. The Waikiki Road. The Waikiki road is being wid ened. Yesterday a gang of five men were put to work at Hopkins' switch placing the fences further back. It is understood that the matter of widening the road, as advocated in the Advertiser, has been lately pushed forward by pro minent citizens at Waikiki, with the above result. An interview with the funny citizen at the beach resulted in the declaration that the present improvements would re ceive the hearty endorsement of all citizens who were in the habit of driving with one hand Waikiki ward. The Yt'atcr Supply. A telephone message received last night from the electric light station reports that there were three feet of water in reservoir No. 3. Reservoir No. 2 is being cleaned by a gang of ten men, and it is un derstood a week will be necessary to remove the several feet of mud now on the bottom. During this time the water supply will be short, as the station will be entirely de pendent on No. 3 reservoir in the meantime. Emma Street Trees. Permission was given on last Wednesday to persons residing on hmma street by Koad supervisor Cummings to cut down and use the large trees lining that thorough fare. Light of these were felled. Yesterday, however, instructions were given to cease cutting down the trees. Send a copy of this week's Ha waiian Gazette with your foreign For Sale. THE PREMISES OF F. S. Pratt, Esq., at Waikiki, as a whole or in lots to suit. A rare chance to get a lot on the beach. Applv to J. ALFRED MAGOON, : 34S3-tf Next Postoffice. For Sale or Exchange. CAMERA, GOOD LENS AND FULL Outfit, for sale at a bargain, or raiirlit exchange for Hawaiian Stamps, Curies or articles of use to advertiser vho is leaving the country. Address "X," this office. 34S4-3t Kawaialiao Seminary HAS ESTABLISHED A DOMESTIC Department and are prepared to take orders for Jellies, Breads and Cake. All orders for Fruit Cake for Thanksgiv ing and Christmas should be sent at once. 34S4-lm Notice. LL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS x3L against Robert William Holt per- sonallv, are requested tj present the same without delay at the office of BRUCE & ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT. 3567-tf Keep your friends abroad posted on Hawaiian affairs by mailing them copies of the Hawaiian Ga zette and Daily Advertiser. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. ZJGT" Inspection Invited. Mk. Chakles Good, Artbt. Mr. Good's success in making Crayon or Water Colors is remarkable, lie has now on exhibition at J. J. Williams stu dio samples of his work, produced from life and 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'. 3470-tf. fast Reeeived, a new stock of Storm Serge, in black, blue and cream. Se-i water will not injure or fade these goods. Eoax & Guxx. M. W. McChesxey's Sons, Agents Honolulu Soap Works Co. 3410-tf. EST" American Enameled Eat- ton-Hole Buttons for Sale at the I X L. SX& Por Bargains In New and Seconddiand Furniture,. Lawn Mow ers, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose, etc., call at the I. X. L., corner of Nuuauu and King streets. EST If you want to sell out your Furniture in its entirety, call at the I. X. L. EjT Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, Ice J3oies, Stoves, Hanging Lamps, Hugs, 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. CfiT The Musical Library of the late G. L. Babcock is now on sale at the Golden Rule Bazaar. 3264-1 tf CJ& 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 veil also as comfortable and neat gowns. The public are now enabled to have their wardrobes fitted out as well and with the same style as can be ob- tained in San Francisco, 32G7 JDS?" Prompt returns made on Goods sold on commission at the I. X.. L. Special 2Cotirrs. Real Estate for Sale. 7 VALUABLE PIECES of improved Property, locat ed in different parts of the the ciy of Honolulu; all bar gains. Apph'for full parti culars to BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT. 3392- tf For Lease or Sale. RESIDENCE ON LUNALILO 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. R. I. LILLIE, 2822-tf with Theo. H. Davies & Co. For Sale for Want of Use. A STEAM LAUNCH IN FIRST class order, well-known as having been used by Dr. G. Trousseau as Port Thysician. The several Pilots, and Cus toms Officers can give information about the boat; speed seven knots. Several other Boats, Spars, Sails, etc., etc. The Boats can be seen at Mrs. Keist s boat house, next to the Marine Railway. For prices, etc., apply to DK. G. TROUSSEAU, From 9 to 11 a. m. or 7 to 8 r. m. 3473-lm Lost. LOST A GOLD HUNTING CASE Watch, Tiffany maker; case engrav ed with initials "C. R. K." Finder will be suitabh' rewarded bv returning Watch to MR. HUGH GUNN, 3"Sf)-tf At Ke-n & Gnnn's. Wanted. TO RENT Oil LEASE, A neat Cottage of net le?s than four rooms within the boundaries of Beretania, Punchbowl and Fort Streets. Rent must be moderate. Address "J. J.," this office, stating rent. 3439-tf Notice. VJOTfCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT iJN Lee Let i3 hereby authorized to act for me in all matters relating to my business in Honolulu, during my absence from tho island of Oahu. 340-lOt YUEN CHONG. Wanted. COPY EACH OF THRUM'S Imanac for the following vears, for which the publisher's price will be paid: 1SS1. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. 3428 14S3-2t Choice Carrier Birds. A FLOCK. OS - SIXTEEN homing Pigeons for sale. Six of them are imported birds, the balance were bred here. Inquire at GAZETTE OFFICE. 3463-6t 1494-2t 0m G?ciirral CUtocrtisrmcnle. THE ELITE ice oream ranors Are well known for their excel lent quality of Iino Ico Cream, Cuke, Cnmllft, F"anojr I'mstrlea, Ic Cream Sotln, tjherhetM, Hot Coffee, Tea and Chocolate, Etc. The rncst attractive coll lection cf Island Curios! NATIVE FANS a ppeciAlty. 85 Hotel Street. For Sale. 1 House and Lot on Liliha Street. 2 Lot on Kuakini Street, between .uuanu Avenue and Liliha Street. 3 House and Lot cn the Palama Road. To Let 1 House and Lot on Emma Street. 2 House and Lot on Liliha Street. fJ0For further particulars, apply to J. M. 31 ON o A It K AT, Cartwright'a Block, Merchant Street. 3129-tf X,. EE. DEE, JOI1BKK OK Wines, Spirits and Beers IIOTKL STUEKT, Between Fort and Nuuanu. 3-137-tf SING WO & COMPANY, 2STo. -Ill Nuuunu StrecM. UKAl.ERS IS DRY GOODS, Ladies' and Gent's Fine Goods ! A I. SO ' CHILDREN'S AND LADIES' DRESSES. JDGGWe eolicit your patronage. Sin Wo & Company No. 43 Nuuanu Street. 34GO-3:u Stamps. WANTED A FEW SHEETS 2c. verinillion and 12c. mauve Stamps; plain or surcharged Provisional Govern merit. Please state price for each variety; also Ac. stamped Envelopes. Any Hawaiian Stamps, old and new issues, both cancelled and unused bought lor cash. Write particulars as to price andquantltvto A. J 1 ROM A DA, 222 Battery Street. 3451 tf San Francisco, Cal. For Lease. THOSE DESIRABLE PRE iuises opposite the Makiki re serve, recently occupied by Mr. Unaries ureignton. lne crounus are spacious, and well shaded with Ornamen tal and Fruit 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 CARTWRIGHT, Trustee for Mrs. Mary S. Levey. 335S-tf Kemoval. MRS. W. E. HERRICK HAVING moved from Fort Street to Young Street, three doors above I'iikoi Street, is ready to receive orders for Machine Sewing, plain Dessmaking or Mending. 3470-1 mt Assignee's Notice. T MIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING this day been appointed Assignee of the Bankrupt Estate of Frances M. Nicoll of Honolulu, Oahu, by tho Hon. II. E. Cooper, Second Judge of the Cir cuit Court, First Circuit, hereby gives notice to all persons having claims a2ainst the said Bankrupt Estate to present their claims within six months or they will be forever barred, and all persons owing said Estate, are hereby requested to make immediate payment to Henry Davis, Honolulu, office of Henry Davis & Co., Assignee. HENKY DAVIS, Assignee. B. E. F. M. Nicoll. Honolulu, September 11, 1893. 3482-lw 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 Notice to Shippers. 4 NEW FORM OF SHIPPING Jl. Receipt will take effect October 1st. This is to give notice that on and after October 1st, 1893, no goods will be received except on the new form. Bound books can be obtained at our office at cost price. WILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO. By its President, W. C. Wilder. Honolulu, Aug. 10, 1893. 3472-lm For Sale. SMALL NAPTHA LAUNCH. FOR - particulars, enquire J. B. CASTLE, 3464-lm Collector-General. f KART&CO.J CENTRAL 31 ARRET! X IT IT Si. NIT HT1 1 K KM. Kirstvlas.s Market in every respect; be ides c.irryir a full lineofMe.it, we make a rj'oci.ilfy of Ilre.ii; lu:! SauN.iii, Prontnl Corn !!(. WKSTBI10UK GAUL'S. J4J7-lni tf 1'KoruiLTon. GO TO THE EAGLE HOUSE, Nuuuau Avenue. Oil TO TII1C A 5 I lVilflUlM Hiv'lini i it uii it jl i i ill riii i j Hotel Street. - RATES Tablo Hoard l j,u ,U.v Hoard and I-odin f2 '" Doard and Ixxlginj: 12 jHr week 1.3 iricts. T. K. KKOUSK, 1 KOriUKTOIt. CASTLE & COOKE LIKE AND FXIHC INSUMNOK "AGENTS AUK NTS tOK NEW ENGLAND MliTU'L Life Insurance Co. OP- UOSTON, -A.llinneo -A-ssuriinco COMPANY OK LONDON, MUva Kin; Insurance ok iiAirri-'ojtn. MKS. K. TIJKNKK lla.H r.siiovcd Iht DRKSSaiAKJNlS R00AIS To Hotel ct, Opp. the 7. Ii. C. A. Dill Where she is prepnred todo DrciuuurdtiiiK in all the latest styles. Tho new method of form-fitting employed (the method now used by all the Lading dieHjnakerH in han b rancisco) . GT"A11 work neatly and promptly finished. Prices an reasonable as any in the city. 3231 -tf CHARLES 11. COOPER, M. D.f "Physician and Surgeon Office: 31 Alakea Sired. Office Horns; 10 to 12 a. M. 2 to 4 p. m., 7 to 8 r. m; Sundays 9:3!) to 10:30 JL If Telephones; Mutual 421, iVll 11(1. Rksidencb: No. 10 Union Street, Mutual Telephone 490, IJon'-bdn, 11. I. 33THH1 Many People Think they're get ting a reliable Saf, because it has a tine uppearance, correct phape, ami is appa rently fire proof. Tho difference in cost rf material in a first-class SafM in one of tho differences between the best nnd fne not fo good. Nothing, but the truth N tho best Iolicy for us; nothing, but a Hall'h Safe is the best policy for you. It's a luxury for a bux'neps mnn to possess a iiallh. A biiHinei'H man wants something bep'd-H looks back of the veneering. All Safe work in the buwdinirs of the World's Fair was put in by our Com pany. Does this not Bjeak volumes ? T. W. HOI3RON, AGENT DERR1KG-IIALL-MARVIN COMPANY CH18. EEKWIS & CO.'B Boston Line of Psicketn. IMPORTERS WILL 1'LKABK take notice that the fine SHIP HELEN BREWER Newell, Mawter, Will positively sail on OCTOBER loth. Kor further particulars sppl j te O. RRI'WKK A CO. For Kent. A DESIRABLE DWELLING with com modiou 4 Grounds; Shrubbery, etc., on Kiu.iu Mroet next to corner of Pensacola : one block from TramcarP . E . R . H F. N D i t V , 3377-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co Tor Sale 4 T A BARGAIN. A COLUMBIA condition. lY Solid Tire Iiicvcle in Address "C," this office. 344S-tf Found. t GOLD PIN. OWNl.lt MAY have same by leaving proper des cription at this office and in event of iroof of property: and iavinz for thin advertisement. 3143 tf Notice. 'IM1E UNDEUSIGNED HEREBY X certifies that owing to the pressure in other branches of business, have this day entrusted the entire management of iquor trade to Mr. S. Kimurauf this city, who has full power of attorney to act for me in the same trade. K. OGDRA. Honolulu, August 15, 1893. 3161-3ra