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OA11.Y PACIFIC COMMEUWAL AD VKUTISEK, SEPTEMBER IS. 1893.
OAHU BilLWAV f -l :v j .-.i:. .. .-- .n, I d:c.i2hter. XV II i.'ornwell, j O TJ,.,.. Woift, Mow Chan, and 51 on deck. LOCAL AND GENERAL. ' KAILAU JiEL'EKS. I special uusisebz iteizh. 3cncrai Cttten tuumcniy. Central wrtUrntetiU. A , PROM A.IID H'l JUNE 1, ltt&2. TRAINS T' EVA MILL. B B A I) A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M. Iate Ho- ' -! :. ..S:4 1:45 4:35 5:10 Leave Pearl City.. 9:30 2:30 5:10 5:5i Arrive Ewa Mill. ..9:57 2:57 5:30 G:22 TO HOXOLCLL. C B E A A.M. A.M. IM. r.M. Leave Ewa Mill.. 0:21 10:43 3:43 5:42 Leave Pearl City..0:55 11:15 4:15 :10 Arrive Honolulu. .7:30 11:55 4:55 0:45 A Saturdays only. B Daily. C Sundays excepted. D Saturdays excepted. (OliKlGN MAIL HKKVICi:. Htc.m.-hip3 will leave for and arrive from an Francisco, on 1 !i - following dates, till the rlo' of 1M. I,EAVK HoSOLl'LC HK AT JloSoI.Cl.C TOR SA3 TBANClfrCO. j F.M. bAS i'KVM ifetO. Australia. ..Heiit. 13 :ii:n Sept. 18 Mariposa... Hept. I'l ! Warriinoo,froin j an- t)ceanic Kept. 25 1 couver... iliowern, for Van- I Alani la couver Oct. 2 i Australia.. .bt pt. 23 .Sept. 2S . . 0( t. 7 ..Oct. 17 Australia Oct. II Oceanic . . ... MnnnTil Oct. l'J Miowcra. from Van- Warrimoo, for Van- rouver Oct. 23 couver Nov. 1 Mariposa . . . Oct. 2 China Nov. H ; Australia. .. . ;.ov. 4 Australia Nov. 11 Monowai Nov. 2i Alameda Nov. 1; i Varnruoo.f rom V an- Miowera, for Vun- j couver Nov. 23 couver Dec. 2 j China Nov. 2 Oceanic lcc. 4 i Australia Dec 2 Australia.... D-. W Alameda. . .Dec. 21 Mariposa Pe It Miowera, from Van- Warrimoo, for Van- couver Dec. 23 couver Jan. 1 Oceanic Dec2o Oity rekiii. ..Jan. 2 Australia. . Deo. M Australia I n. ' VarrinHK,from an- ' couver Jan. 23 x run mosteun -t pL'hVi.r. l.fJI'.V KONDAt. ! AKOM. . C!ti.', 15 ! i 3r San. Jlon 7.'; " t 0.0." IP30.M a.) "c; J.lt M 0.01) .1 Tu To1 n;in.o." 0.C4 C.j 5 CI Z-'i r, -j-s fill 4-2 N NE Tlmil':ii.Cf2J.'.H' t.:i. 81 o.Oj t rl. 15 30. vx CM h;: D.co Ut. H ni l :at K 7-1 h:.Iq.1 ;n ri;ti Jlonn. r. TO r; 7 .1 :t.lU. P.M. .1.111. ' I.:1. Mo... I'D?.. Wl .. Thnr.. ffrl tet.... Sun... IS 11. rwll.ro 3.150; 3. in, 6. l'J;11.4J;. 0: 3. 48, ,..-,. tt.lj ip.m. a m. p.ni.;.vin. : o 5. O.UO 7.'-"' 5 . , 5.4s, 1.25' 1. ?.!' ."(' 5.48 .r.I7 1.55 1.5-I, . ; 7.1: 5. r.: r..sc '2.13' 'Z.'O. 'J.-'J, ! P-'l'Jj S.53 i' ;'. o a.:o ..'.: o i .--. u.3i I 1 J i 1. 2 J. 0 2. K6 4.VJ Foil moon ou the tb, at 0b. 0;u. :i. m. Time Whistle bio. at lb. 2-m. 51s. p.ir. of Honolulu time, wbicli Ii the swuo a 12h. i n:. 0. of Greenwich time. SIIIPPIKU INTELLIGCNCE. AUKlV.M.s. bATt UD-W . tcp. l';. rttmr Mokolii. Metircsor. from Mulokai. btmr O K I;i-hop, l.e Claire, from Kaiuii. StM'AY. Sept. 1". btuir lwalani, Freeman, from Kauai. Ktmr Claudine. Davie, from Maui. Am eh Topgallant, Jackson. -7 dav from Tort Townsen 1. Schr Kawailatii from Koolau. Schr Mile Morris from Koolau. Schr Maliimahi from NVaialua. Muai ! ii i mini iiiium iir-rn VESSELS I.EAVINt TO-l.VV. .Simr .1 A Cummin-!. Nfil-na. fr i..'i lau. at 10 a m.- ,- , , Ktmr Moko'ii. Mcirem-r. Pr ..i..ioiai. at p m. Schr Sarah and Kli.a f"r 1-." I n. Mile Morrid for Koolau. bttnr James Makce. Ha.nliiinl, u-.r :a p.ia and llaualei. at 1 p m. V M b S China, eahury. i't Iloiuk-.i.. via Yokohama. NAVAI. VXS5SKLS. b S l'hiladelphia. Darker. Call;:-'. ir b H ltoaton. Day. cruise. U 8 d Ad.mn, Nelson, fr.io Lahaina. MKKi-H AN rM EN. Hrscli Norma, Yokohama. Ambk Albert, iirilliths. San Franci.-co. Am h; Alden 15esse. Frii-. San Fran; ?i--cj. Am bkt Discovery, Chritianrn. Mn Frar.. Am6chr Alice Cooke, l'enhallow, V'z t b'd. Aru bkt Iruipard. Schmidt, Ka;:n IMaiid. Am bwl b G Wilder. McNeill, San Fran. Am bkt W II Dimond. Nelson, Sa:i Fran. Am bk Detroit. Darrah, Nanaimo. Ata sh Topgallant, Jackson, F t 'i'own-eiul. VCiCOiK. I"' Am bk Martha Davit. . l.-f ;oc . Am srh Kobert I.e.verS F Vu. 25 V M Sb Cbi-ia S F S. pt 1 OiVOSS Oce luic b F Oct 1" Ambk Harvester S F (Hi! -) .AuCl. Am bk Ceylon s F Sept J-J Am bkt Planter .s F sept 11 rsh Co. of Merionetn.N S W....Scpt 11-20 It SI H S Alameda b F Sept 27 Her bk Nautilus Liverpool. Dec 2CKW Jan S b Aikoku Maru . .Yokohama . Sept K II S S Maripoa Colonic. Sept 22 Haw bk Andrew-Welch. S F Sept 2! Am schr Transit S F .e; t Haw schr J t North . . . . s F..( Mali).. Sept 2." Am Schr Allen A Kureka Oct I V- A b S Warrimoo Vancouver. Sept I'ASSKMI Kt:. AEniVALS. From Kauai, per :dmr C U Bishop, Sept Capt J Uos. Mrs b lJerticmanu and children, Dr Mitamara. and lo on deck. From Molokai, per stmr Mokolii. Sept 10 U W Mever, Wm Mutch. Mrs II Mc Corriston and 3 children. A C McCartney. Miss Hecklev, and 10 on deck. From Kauai, per stmr I v.al an i. Sept 17 Ico N Wilcox. Antone Ko-.x and w:ze. A S Hartwell and son. Mrs Ft Davis A Lind say J M Vivas, Mr Trask and wife. Mr Sctildtz. K S Hutchinson. Mi A Kealoh-i, and 55 on deck. From Maui, per btmr Claudine. Sept 17 ; J Falk, J Uryant, G A Haii'cn and wife, CB Fisher, Marshal KG Hitchcock, Mrs ir V-.fe -1111 IMPOKTM. i i.yr-t--. hs. p-o ia taro. 2i baei i j- tat., cs, l.'l h;p-corn, .J bagH J-Qar. 21 Claudine 10 head cattle. 2 ', !. "i . 1" r.k'L's sundries. toil linn:. l'r) l;dis jrrten hides, . hup rite. IVr -'.rir Mokolii pj fchtep. io head ' .ittu-. 1", ...'-.'' l po-i'trv and 12 bale y.jA. i 1' r rtjur C J: liisuup ly2 bags paddy, j i' h-.tt rice, -Tj t fcgj vundrie and 50 bbli IVr "ilir Ka-A'.i.lar.i "fj bas rice. J FAN At Maiiou, Oahu, September 10, 1-A j iraly-i'. August Jan. a iiative Frar.'.o. ac-l vear-. 1I itF At Waialua, Oahu. Septeii.ber 15, l-'j,. i in- i.itnrit f-ii of Jwizf; and Mr?, h. H.r.-. WHARF AND WAVE. Diamond Head, Sept. 17, 10 p.m. : v.enthf-r, clear ; wind, light north. The barks Albert and Alden JJctsc are expected to leave for San Francisco on Tuesday and Wed r i e r d ay r pec t i vely . TiiO P.M.S.S. China is du to ar rive today from San Francisco. Then; wore no foreign arrivals at Kahuhii during last week. The .-te.imcr Mokolii leaves this afternoon for Molokai and Lanai. The American ship Top Gallant, Captain J.fckaon, arrived yesterday afternoon, having made the passage from Port Townsend, Wash., to thi-5 port in 27 days. Had fair weather and light winds all the way, and reported nothing eventful during the trip. She brings a car K0 of about 030,000 feet of lumber for Allen & Robinson. Public Moonlight Concert. The Hawaiian band, conducted by Professor Berger, will give a public concert at Emma Square this (Monday) evening, commenc ing at 7 :30 o'clock. Following is the programme : I'AKT I. J. Overture "Itubezahl" Flotow 2. Cornet solo "EiOve and Truth" Welcker Hy Mr. Charles Kreuter. 3. Clarionet solo "Autumn .Leaves" Carl By Mr. W. M. Keougb. 4. Selection "II Trovatore" Verdi l'AKT 11. 5. Medley "American AirV'... Beyer ;. Piccolo duet "Ehia Manu Jiwi" Kling By Messrs. Barsotti and Santanna. 7. Euphonium solo "The Ideal" ....Minker By Mr. S. Gomes. 8. Waltz "New Melodies" (by rcjuest .Berger Hawaii Ponoi. A"oi a Shark Storv. A monster devil fish was seen by several lepers near the beach at Kalaupapa, Molokai, last Thurs day. Its tentacles measured about ten or twelve feet long and each tentacle was as large as the arm of a man. While the lepers were try ing to find means of killing the devil fish a large shark soon ap peared and swallowed it leaving behind only one of the tentacles. Inside that tentacle was a bono three-eight: of an inch in diam eter. Those Emma Street Trees. Road Supervisor dimming? re ceived instructions from the gov ernment a few days ago to have those trees felled on Emma street that were obstructing the water courses, aud to have those affected with blight trimmed. A misunder standing in carrying out these in structions resulted in a number beinff felled and trimmed that should not have been. The atten tion of Minister Iving being called to the matter that gentleman promptly prevented a further de struction of the trees. . Piissevgers Pot China. Mr. W. H. Chamblies, who has been spending several weeks in this city, will leave for Japan and China by the steamer China today. Among the other passengers will be Messrs. T. A. Shaw, W. D. Wright and Mr. W. C. Parke, mother and two sisters, who intend making a tour of the world. Ilor.sc Race Srxt Saturday. The trotting match race between llollinger's Gerster and Horner's Lot Sloeum, for a purse of $1000 a side, will take place at Kapiolani park next Saturday. Considerable interest is being taken in the race, and a large crowd will no doubt witness the contest. National Bund Tour. A number of persons interested i in the movement have about com pleted arrangements for the Na tional band to make an extended tour of the United States. It is I intended that the band shall leave by the Mariposa next Thursday. - The Iaea mortgage was sold at auction bv Morgan on Saturday. The sale realized IS 00. The Swin ton mortgage was withdrawn, a settlement having been effected. A fire is raging on the mountains up Xuuanu valley. ! The euprerue court meets in bun- ! co at lOoclock tbi3 morning. J A nnm her rt n.nio wero fivi) near the city Saturday evening. - - w. . - - Mr. E. O. White has returned from a short recreation vi-it to ,Vaianae. Marshal Hitchcock returned from i a visit to Hawaii by the Claudine j yesterday. " j The vaults for the r.ew safe de posit building are expected today by the China. The Japanese show at the opera house Saturday evening was not well attended. The uniforms for the National Guard are expected to arrive by the China today. Normal classes will be organized tomorrow at 2 o'clock p.m. at the Fort street school. The steamer James Makee will leave this afternoon at -t o'clock for Kapaa and Hanalei. It is reported that Admiral Skerrett will transfer his flag to the Philadelphia tomorrow. Thirteen arrests for minor oilenees ere made by the police from Saturday to last night. A mortgagee notice of foreclosure sale will be sold at Morgan's auction rooms at noon today. Neither the captain or agents of the bark Detroit will be responsible for any debts contracted by her crew. The minister of the interior is calling for tenders for supplying steam coal for all government pur poses. Mr. Sam Pierce, a well known local accountant, has returned from a two weeks' visit to friends on Hawaii. Dr. Oliver, resident physician at the leper settlement, will return hither by the steamer Mokolii this afternoon. Mr. W. J. Lowrie, manager of the Ewa plantation, accompanied by his family, is spending a few days in the city. The baseball game on Saturday between the Myrtle and Planet clubs was won by the former by a score of 24 to 19. The ladie3 of St. Andrew's sew ing society will begin holding their weekly meetings in the schoolroom tomorrow afternoon. Major J. H. Wodehouse, British minister resident, will likely make an official visit to tho U. S. S. Philadelphia today. A number of the petty officers and men from the Philadelphia at tended service at the Catholic cathedral Sunday morning. A birthday party was held at the residence of Mr. Ned Irmhoff last night, the event being in honor of a child of Mr. Geo. Markham. Messrs. Geo. N. Wilcox, Antone Rosa and wife, A. S. Hartwell and son and J. M. Vivas returned from Kauai bv the steamer Iwalani ves- terdav. Sachs advertises a list of special bargains for this week only in ready made ladies' blouse waists. They are just the thing for warm weather. Mr. K. W. Mevers, agent of the board of health at Molokai, came down by tho steamer Mokolii last Saturday, aud will remain in town during the week. Mr. L. S. Aungst, superintend ent cf the Mutual Telephone Co., is expected to arrive home today by the China from an extended visit to the World's Fair. A number of holders of exhaust ed issues of Hawaiian stamps are contemplating forming an associa tion for tue purpose of graduating the price of stamps. Those creditors whose claims are secured bv lien in the bankruptcy case of Mrs. Frances M. Nicoll will be called on to prove the same at toda . King of the court. The time for receiving tenders at the interior office for lumber for construction of new wharves at Honolulu has been extended until Wednesday, November 1st. The members of tho Myrtle boat crew left for Pearl City by Satur day's afternoon train, where they will remain in training until the competitive race on October 7th. The superiority of Hendry's Ready Mixed Paint over all possi ble competitors is brought to the attention of the public this morn ing by the Hawaiian Hardware Company. The only 1 cent postage stamp now on sale at the post office is the issue in green, those of blue and purple having been exhausted. These have a market valuation of from 2") to 50 cents each. : Mr. C. J. Falk, of Mahukona, Hawaii, arrived by the Claudine yesterday, and will spend a few days in the city. Mr. Falk is manager of the mercantile business of Wilder or Co. at Mahukona. roviiTur.s mori: cap tured IS WA IS ill A YAIJj;V, KAUAI. Tliw .rii M:tl' IJ X.itiw I'olieo-iu-ii. I bo I p.'iiii i .!.. iril--Will I.entv for ll!nnl. i I . IMpht. The authorities received a short report from Sheriff Wilcox, agent of the board of health, ye-.terday by the steamer from Kauai, stating that fourteen or more lepers, who have been congregated in the Wai niha valley since the Kalalau trouble, were all arrested last Fri day, and are now in charge of the agent of the board of health at Hanalei. Tho arrests were made by a na tive policeman named J. Kakina, assisted by right native specials to whom commissions had been is sued. The daughter of policeman Kakina was among those arrested, she being a leper. In his report Sheriff Wilcox stated that he was about to proceed to Hanalei with Dr. Weddick, government physician of that dis trict, who would make an examin ation of the captured lejiers before they are sent to the receiving sta tion at Kalihi. In an interview last night with President Smith of the board of health, it was learned that arrange ments have been made to send the steamer James Makee to Hanalei tonight on a special trip to transfer the lepers to Honolulu. She will return here Thursday morning. Mr. Smith stated the government and the board of health were much pleased at the successful termina tion of the affair, and thought great praise was due policeman Kakina and his assistants for the quiet and trustworthy manner in which they had performed their duty. 9 . The Pearl City Murder. Deputy - Marshal Brown and Captain Parker will go down to Pearl City this morning to give testimony regarding the killing of the leper Aikualani on last Friday. The coroner's jury rendered a ver dict on Saturdaj that the woman Niau, came to her death by a rifle shot in the head, fired by her husband. The inquest on the deceased leper will be held today. The bodies of the man and woman were interred on Saturday. - - - Death of an Old Resident. August Jean, a native of France, and a resident of these islands for a period of forty years, died at hie home at Manoa valley, Oahu, of paralysis last Saturday at the ne of 72 years. The deceased was for many years engaged in tho grape growing industry at Wailuku, Maui. He was buried at Manoa yesterday, a Catholi officiating. clergyman Send a copy of this week's Ha waha.v Gazette with your letter. V t ; Notice. XTElillEU CAPTAIN Oil .UilJNTb xN of Bark Detroit will I ;e nv-ponsible for any debts contracted by her crew. ,'vlsti D.v For Hale. ? THE Fit III MIS Kb oi F. S. 2, I'ratt, F.S4. , at Waikiki.as u vvho! or in lots to suit. A rav chanc; to get a lot on the beah. Apple to J. ALFRKD MA.'iOON, 343.tt NoxM).J-itjiiice For Sale or Exelmime. CAMERA, GOOD LKNS AND FULL Outfit, for calo at a bargain, or might exchange for 5 iawtii.iu Stamps, Cari'is or articles of tK-e t advertiser u ho is leaving the country. Address "X." this otiice. o4Sl-Mt Kawaiahao Seminary Notice. 4 Lb PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS l against Robert William Holt K'r sonally, are requested tj present the same without delay at the ollice of BRUCE & ALEX.J. CARTWRIG JIT. 3567-tf ji.ou.....ii..' i t v.'i i jjtwjri vt iiiiu.i uouna tjooks can he obtained at Department and are pre pare u to f Ahaar.ac for tti? following years, for ! office at cort price, take orders for Jellies, Broads and Cake-. vi.i-h : iaibU?her'e pi ice wid be paid: I " VVILDER'S STEAMSHIP CO All orders for Fruit Cake for ThankSiriv- lSsl. j j;v jtp President ing and Christmas should be sc.l at HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO. ; "w. C. Wildub. once. :;4S4-lm 342S 14H-2t ; jST" Inspection Invited. Mk. ! Ciiaki.ks Ooot, Arti-t. Mr. U,od- ; ueeess in making Crayon or Water Color is remarkable. lie has nw j j on exhibition at J. J. William?' j-tw- j ; dio snrnnlfS of bis work, l.rotliictd i j from life and from old pk'ture, which ! the public are iuvited to inspect. Mr. j Good makes a specialty of repairing i Crayons or Water Color-. Studio, at J. J. William-'. ;H7'5-tf. T" fust Received, a new stock of rftorm Serge, in black, bh:e and cream. Sea water will not injure or fade these good. Koax UlXX. M. W. McChfsnt.y's Sons, Agents Honolulu Soap Works Co. 3410-tf. American Enameled Hut- tou-llole Buttons for I X L. Sale at the For Bargains in New and Second hand Furniture; Lawn Mow ers, Wicker Chairs, Garden Hose, etc., call at tho L X. L., corner of Nuuatm and Kin streets. fL3 If yon want to nell out your Fuknituhi: in its entirety, call at the I. X. Li. S3T" Bedroom Sets, Wardrobes, lee IJoxes, Sloven, Hauling Lamj-s, Hugs, Hureaus, Cliillbniers, Steamer and Veranda Chairs, Bed Lounges, Sofas, Haby Cribs, Clothes Baskets, Sewing Machines, Whatuots, Meat Safes, Trunks, etc., sold at the lowest Cash Prices at the I. X. L., corner of Xuuauu and King streets. WStf The Musical Library ol tho late G. I,, liabcock is now on salo at the Golpkx Rule Bazaar. 3264-1 tf CsST The Bon Ton Dressmak ing Parlors are nov at corner of Fort and Beretaula streets, open to those of Honolulu and vicinity wish ing stylish suits and costumes, as well also as comfortable and neat gowns. The public are now enabled to have their wardrobes fitted out as well and with tho same stylo an can bo ob tained in San Francisco. 3267 Prompt returns made on Goods sold ou commission at the I. X. 1 4. Real Estate for Sale. 7 VALUA IHAj VIEGES of improved Property, locat ed in diuerent parts of tho the city of Honolulu; all bar gains. Apply for fall parti culars to Li RUCK Si A. J. CALTWUIGHT. J!l:if For Lea or Sale. KKblDENCJS ON JU.NALILO .sirtfi, at present occupi d by E. V. I loMsworth, containing douhle parlors, 4 bedrooms. drea3in.'an bath room?, dirdnp: room, pantry ana kitchen. Urouiuls aOOsWi feet, -eI! laid cut ; servants' roem", .stable and chicken bouse In rear of ma::i t-uiklint;. II. I. iJLLIL. 2S22-11 with Theo. H. Daviea & Co. For Sale for Want of Use. .STEAM LAUNCH IN MK8T l. c'a?s onler, well-known as having b-.'en used by Ur. (i. Tro isseau as Port Phys?o'.an. Tliy everal Pilots, an lCus tou:s OilV' ii e can 'ivo information about the boat; spr-ytl seeu ktiotfi. ffcveral other Boats. Spars, Sail?, etc., etc. The Boats cau bo een at Mr.i. Heist's boat lionse, next to tho Marine Kail way. For price1?, etc. apply fo DK. i. TKOUSSEAU, From i) to 11 a.m. or? to S p. m . 3473-1 m .Lost. OS l A GOLD HUNliNti CASK iJ Watch, TilVany mak.r ; case engrav ed with initials ' C. H. H." Finder will be saitab'v rewarded by returning Watch to ' MK. HUGH GUNN, At Kgan k Gann's Wanted. K) IlKNT OK LL'ASE, A neat Cottaze oi not ls than four rooms within the boundaries of Ijvretania, Punchbowl and Fort .Streets. Kent must ha moderate. Address 'J. J.," Ibis oruce, stating rent. 3439-tf ISTotice. VTOTICEI.S HEREBY GIVEN THAT IN Lee Let i? hereby authorize 1 to act lor me in all flatters relating to my business in Honolulu, during my absence from t!io i-Iand of Oahu . 3b-0-l v YUEN CHONG. Wanted. Choice CaiTier Birds. A FLOCK OF SIXTEEN homing I'iireons for sale. Six of them are imported birds, the balance were bred lvre. Inquire at GAZETTE OFFICE. 346S-6t 149-l-2t i i I THE EIITK Ice Urea m Parlors Aim u.-il ku..o ijr tbfir excel lent pia'it of I.ino Ico Cream, Caken, CikUok, l'ios, F.iaey I'litriom, Ioa CJroam SJotln, bherbt, Hot Coffts. Tea and Chocolate, Etc. Ti. -iu.it attr.u tiie collie tion of I .-i land OurioH! X ATI VF FANS h Pi-cialty. (URT&C0.I jv Hotel Htreet. For Sale. A 1 llo irc and Lot on Liiih.i Stn-ct. 2 Lot on Kuikini Street, between Ntuiinu Avenue and l.ililia Street. 3 House and Lot on th; l'lilanirt Koad. 1 House aud Lot on Kmma Street. 2 Houfe and I-ot on Liliha Street. X5"For further particulate, apply to .1. M. MONSAKKAT, Carl Wright's Block, Merchant Street. 3429-tf iii . h. o it: IE , jorm:u or Vims, spirits ami Heers IIOT'ICI HTUKKT, Between Fort and Nuuanu. 345 7-tf SING WO & COMPANY, No. iM ISTnuMim Btrot. DKALKKS IN DRY GOODS, Ladies' and Gent's Fine Goods ! ALSO CHILDREN'S AND LADIES' DRESSES. tfj&jW'c Bolicit your patronage. Sin; Wo Company No. 43 Nuuanu Street. 3-M0-3.ii Stamps. VANTj;i) A FEW SHEETS 2c. Vermillion and 12c. mauve Stamps; plain or surcharged Provisional Govern ment. I'leaso stato prico for each variety; also W. t-tamped Envelopes. Any Hawaiian Stamps, old and now issues, both cancelled and unused bought for cash. Write particulars aa lo prico andimantity to A. HKOMADA, 222 Battery Street, 3151-tf San Francisco, Cal. For Lease?. ..-tij'.a rntnuila ilifk Tolrllr5 ra. ' .i i... m. nerve, recenuy occupieu njr ir. Charlen Creixhton. The grounds are spacious, and woll shaded with Ornamen tal and Fruit Trees ; only a minute's walk to Tramways. Tho Buildings will ho put in thorough" repair to Buit the wishes of ft good tenant. For further particulars, apply to BRUCE CARTWIUGHT, Trustee for Mrs. Mary S. Levey. 33oS-tf Kemoval. MRS. W. E. HER RICK HAVING . moved from Fort Street to Young Street, thrto doors above I'iikoi Street, is ready to receive orders for Machine Sewing, plain Dessmaking or Mending. 3-iKM'iit Assignee's Notice. rpHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING I. this daj been appointed Assignee of the Bankrupt Estate of Frances M. Nicoll of Honolulu, Oahu, by the Hon. II . E. Cooper, Second Judge of the Cir cuit Court, First Circuit, hereby gives notice to all persons having claims ai-ainst the said Bankrupt Eetate to present their claims within six months or they will be forever barred, and all persons owing Faid Ffetate, are hereby repiested to make immediate payment to Henry Davis, Honolulu, ofTico of Henri' Davi.s A Co., Assignee. HKNUY DAVIS, Assignee, B. K. F. M. Nicoll. Honolulu, September 11, lW-i. 3 182-1 w A NEWLY FINISHED Cottage, furnished or unfurnished at Palama, near King Street and close to the tramcars. Apply to C. F. PETERSON, Over Bishop si Co.'s Bank. 3441-tf 4 at. r, IS OtlCO tO Sllippei'S. ! ! VNEYY tOKil Of SHIPPING Keceipt will take effect October let. This i.3 to tcive notice that on and after October 1st, 1893, no goods will be I received except ou the new form. our Honolulu, Aug. 10, 1S'.3. 3472-lm For Sale. 1 SMALL NAPTHA LAUNCH. FOR i particulars, enquire J. B. CASTLE, 3461-lm Collector-General. CENTRAL MARKET! l-'irrd-clAs Market in every reMn t ; b f idea carrying a fall line of Met, ho make a 8jecitty ol 2trt;Ocl:iMt HaiiNiiuoM, II.il ThHM. 1 r"Mt Cri J!m'I. WESTBK00K U UAHKS, J4J7-ln tf pKoruiktoH. OO TO TH 10 KA(tLK IIOIJSK, Nuuanu Avenue. lU TO Till': ARLINGTON HOTEL Hotel Street. - UATKH Table Boaid per da . Board atul Loduing 2 " " Board and Lodging 12 r weV S?SpeciHl monthly prict. T. E. KROUSE, Pkoikiiou. CASTLK & COOKK IIJh'K. AND KIltK 1NSUHAN0E- AGENTS AGENTS FOR NEW ENGLAND MDTDAL Life Insurance Co. OF BOSTON, -A.llianeo As.surnnco COMPANY Of LONDON, Etna Fire Insurance. Co. OK IIlUTKOUl). MRS. K. TUKNKK Has removed her IMMiSSMAKINtJ ROOMS To Hotel st, Opp. tho T. M. C. A. Hll Where nho is prepan d totlo Dressmaking in all the latest htyles. Tho new method of form-fitting employe l (tho niethol now used by all tho leading ilrepnmakem in San Francisco) . 5P"A11 work neatly and promptly finished. Prices as reasonable as any in the city. 3234-tf CHARLES B. C00PEK, M. D , I'hysjifian and Sui'rt.'ou Ofkicu: 31 Alakea Street. Omen Horns: 10 to 12 a. m. 2 to i r. m., 7 lo S p. m; Sunday 9:30 to 10:30 A. M. TKLEriioxKH : Mutual 421, Bell Jl(. ItKStnEKCK: No. 10 Union Street, Mutual Telephone 4'.H), Honolulu, H. 1. 3350-tf Many People Think they'rw gut ting a reliable Safe, because it has a linn appearance, correct hhape, anil is upja rently flro j)rocf. The dlflen-nce in cost of material in a first-class Safe is one of tho diflerenceH between tho best and one not bo good. Nothing, but tho truth is tlio best policy forus; nothing, hut a Hali.'sHakk is the best policy for you. It's a luxury for a bunim-sH man to possess a Hai.ih. A businefcs inwi wants something besides looks back tf tho veneering. All Safe work in tho buildings of the World's Fair was put in by our Com pany. Does this not epcak volumes ? T. V. HOI3KON, AGENT HERR1NG-IIALL-MARYIN COMPANY CHIB. BRSWKh & CO.'B Boston Line of Packets. IMPORT KltS WILL I'l.KAKK tke Tiotirp Hint the tins SHIP HELEN BREWER N p. well, Alantfr, Will positively sail on OCTOBER 15th For fnrthfr pM;ct.P.ii .ipply p. o. b:;v a i:o. For Kent. A DESIRABLE DWELLING with commodious Grounds; Shrubbery, etc., on Kinau Street next to corner of Pensacola; one block from Tramcars. E. P. HENDRY. 3377-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co For Sale 4 T A BARGAIN, A COLUMBIA 1 V. Solid Tire Bicycle in good condition. Address "C," this office. 344S-tf Found. i (iOLD PIN. OWNER MAY 1. have aamo by leaving proper des cription at this office and in event of proof of property : and paying for this advertisement. 3143-tf Notice. 'IM1E UNDERSIGNED HEREBY JL cei lilies that owin to the pressure 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, Auzuet 15, 1893. 34Jl-3m L I Ik I