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Continued from papa 2.
Minister Gibson said "liu must
decido by n now rule.
Hep. Dole said lie thought the
reinaika of His Excellency weio
admirable till he enine to the last
sentence. - Literally he did not be
lieve his cars 1111 lie found he was
supported by liU lion, fiiend, tlio
member for Itfolokni. For instance,
the ilrst rule of the house required
that the journal of proceedings hud
to be read. Let them imagine that
the Clerk read It, and then tiiat the
Interpreter reiused to lead it in
Hawaiian. Under the explanation
of the Minister of I'oiclgn Affnlis
the l'residcut could not get out of
the dllllculty at all. In eiibo of dis
turbance or disorderly conduct the
President bad the right to dear tlio
house of all persons except mem
bers, but the rule did not define
how lie was to do it. He hoped
they should not hear such an insane
remark for the rest of the session.
All knew that points arose in every
deliberative assembly for which
there was no rule, and which must
be decided by tho President. If
there was no demand for tho prac
tice of common sense, justice and
propriety, they might dispenses with
the President and simply lay tho
rules on the desk. He was sony to
have it go to the woild that the
practice of common sense was to be
dispensed with in this Assembly.
Hep. Hayselden asked what tho
Tlio President repeated his maiif
decision, that the motion of the hou.
member for Honolulu was out of
order except tlio report was tran
slated. The question was put, when tlio
chair was sustained by 22 to 8.
Tho President was about to put
the main question, to lay the report
on the table, when
Rep. Keau objected that, accord
ing to tlio ruling, the paper was not
a report at all until it was translated.
The point was over-ruled, and the
motion carried by 22 to 7.
Hep. Dickey read a llrst time an
act to amend chap. C, laws of 1878,
relative to the sale of awa.
Rep. Aholo presented a resolution
for an appropriation of 81,000 for
building school houses at Kaluaaha,
and another for the same amount
for a similar purpdse at Ilalawa,
Moiokai. After remarks in favor of
tho resolutions by Rep. Paehuole,
they were referred to the special
coinmilteo on certain items in the
Board of Education appropriations.
'Rep. Aholo read a first time an
act to authorize tax assessors to give
receipts for taxes to any person pay
ing when the taxes are assessed. On
motion of Minister Kapeua, the
rules were suspended and the bill
read a second time by its title, and
referred to the special committee on
Rep. Dickey gave notice of a
resolution to make a new rule, re
quiring a two-thirds vote to carry
the previous question.
On motion of Rep. Keau, tlio
house took a recess from 12 to 1:U0
Minister Gulick, on suspension of
the rules, presented a report of the
Fire Limits Committee on the act to
prevent obstructions on the streets
of Honolulu, Lahaiua, Wniluku, Ililo
and Kahului, iccommcudiug its
passage with certain amendments, to
one of which the Minister, chairman
of committee, took exception. The
report was laid on the table to be
considered witli t lie bill.
Minister Gulick also presontcd
the following repoit from the same
Hon. J.S. Walkeii, President Legis
Sir: The select committee to
which was referred vaiiotis bills,
among others "An Act to amend
section 191 of the Civil Code," re
spectfully beg leave to report upon
said bill as follows, to wit: The
committee have carefully considered
this bill, recognising the fact that if
it Bliould become law, it will initiate
a most important change in our sys
tem. At the present time mort
gages properly recorded constitute
the only lien on property recognized
by our law. This bill provides that
unpaid wator rates shall become a
lien upon the premises supplied with
water in any particular instance.
After duo consideration, the com
mittee arc of opinion that the sys
tem, witli regard to dues to the
Government for water supply is a
proper one, and recommend that it
bo adopted. The bill hereby re
ported upon, the committee found
to bo so brief as not to fully cover
tho requirement of the case. They
have therefore prepared another bill,
Which is herewith submitted, on
titled "An Act to amend section 191
of tho Civil Code, and to regulate
the Government water supply," the
passage of which is hereby recom
mended, and tho bill' hereby re
ported upon tho committeo recom
mend be laid upon the table.
Signed, Ciias. T. Gulick,
Ciias. 11. IJlSIIOl',
W. K. Castle,
J. T. N.VKnrt.
Tho recommendation of tlio com
mitteo was adopted.
Minister Neumann moved that tho
vote to indellnitely postpone the act
to repeal an act, prohibiting Ua
walians from leaving tlio country,
Rep. Dole objected to tho Minis
ter making this motion, contending
that lie had no rlsht to have changed
his vole from the minority to tho
Rep. Drown moved tlio or;1cr of
the day which was lost.
Rep. Kattltikou moved a recon
sideration of the vote on the Ha
waiian prohibition repeal bill, and
on motion of Rep. Drown it was
oidered that tho ayes and noes bo
Minister Neumann asked that his
name bo passed, as tliis was a mat
ter that aifected llawaiians only.
He was a haole, and he wanted to
see that others would fdliow his ex
ample. Rep. Thurston said he was a
kanaka haole, and did not want to
Rep. Dole said he understood
that the Attorney-General asked tho
privilege of passing the vote, and
then voting afterward if he chose.
Ministor Neumann Yes.
Rep. Dole then objected, but was
in favor of giving him tho privilege
of being excused entirely.
Minister Neumann said it was the
practice in nil delibeiative assem
blies to grant the privilege desired
Rep. Dole said this Assembly had
a rule on that very point.
The motion to reconsider cariied
on the following division:
Ayes Ministers Gibson, Gulick,
Kapena, and Neumann ; Nobles
Dominis, Cleghorn, and Kulhclani ;
Reps. Hayselden, Keau, Daker,
Amara, Kaolin, Kaulukoti, Paiiia,
Kaunamano, Wight, Nahalc, Na
liinu, Kekoa, Aholo, Kaukau, Knai,
Kauai, and Palohau 24.
Noes-'-Noblcs Bishop, Kaac, and
Martin; Reps. Lilikalani, Kauhi,
Drown, Kaiua, Richardson, Castle,
Dickey, Thurston, Paehaole, and
Rep. Thurston moved the order
of the day, accepting an amendment
of the Attorney-General to take the
regular instead of the special order.
Rep. Kaulukoti moved that when
the house went into the order of the
day, the bill to repeal the act pro
hibiting llawaiians from leaving the
kingdom be made the Ilrst order.
Rep. Thurston said the regular
order was the Appropriation Dill.
Rep. Castle said to save time the
house might go into committee and
go out again in five minutes.
OltDEIt OF THE DAY.
The house accordingly went into
committee of the whole on the Ap
piopriation Dill, Noble Cleghorn in
Rep. Kaulukoti moved the com
mitteo rise, report progress, and ask,
leave to sit again.
Rep. Thurston said it seemed to
him they had belter attend to busi
ness and not waste time. It cost
S8;).la nn hour for this house to sit.
That morning an expense of $120
was incline I on a point of order.
Tlieie were a lot of indefinite mo
tions, and they might enhily get
down to 4 o'clock without doing
Rep. Dole said this was a very
extraordinary motion, and he would
like the lion, member for Ililo to
explain his reasons for it.
Hep. Kuulukou said he wanted
that bill on which there was a long
discussion yesterday, disposed of.
Rep. Dole was much obliged for
the reasons, but they were peculiar.
There was no particular necessity
for disposing of that bill to-day.
The tnajoiity- in this house had se
verely ciilicized the minority for
pi eventing business. Tlio lion, mem
ber seemed to be very much afraid
that ho mijdit be permitted to leave
the country .without asking leave of
Her Royal Highness Princess Poo
maikciani or His Kxeelleney Gover
nor Dominis, but ho thought they
could rely on the lion, member's
stability of character and general
steadiness till to-morrow afternoon.
Rep. Kaulukoti said tiie lion, mem
ber for Lilitio was only acting witli
bis usual propensity for delaying
The motion carried, and the Pre
sident resumed tho chair.
Noblo Cleghorn reported that tho
house had been in committee of tho
whole on the Appropriation Dill, had
inado no progress (laughter), and
asked leave to sit again.
Rep. Thurston moved tho house
adjourn till 10 o'clock to-morrow.
On motion of Rep. Aholo, the re
port of committeo of tlio whole was
Rep. Thurston moved tho house
adjourn till 10 o'clock to-morrow.
Rep. Aholo moved that the houso
proceed with unfinished business;
Rep. Aholo, that it be tlio bill to re
peal tho Hawaiian prohibition act,
and Rep. Thurston, that tho ayes
and noes be taken. Cariied.
The motion to indefinitely post
pone the bill was carried on tho
following division :
Ayes Ministers Gibson, Knpena,
and Gulick; Nobles Dominis, Cleg
horn, and Kulhclani ; Reps. Haysel
den,' Koau, Daker, Amara, Kaulia,
Kaulukoti, Pallia, Kaunamano, Na
lialo, Wight, Nahinu, Kekoa, Aholo,
Kaukau, Kaai, and Kauai 22.
Noes Nobles Dishop, Kaae and
Martin; Reps. Lilikalani, Kauhi,
Drown, Kiuihano, Kalua, Richard
son, Castlo, Dickey, Thurston, PaV
haole, Dole, and Palohau 15.
After some discussion it was ,de-
kcided to take up the ordinary busi
ness on mo oruer or tue nay.
Third reading of un act to confer
jurisdiction on Police and District
Justices of Koua, Oahu. Tlio bill
Second reading of an act to amend
sec. 847, Civil Code, relating to the
Chancellor and Vice-Chancellors of
the Kingdom. Passed and oidered
to be read a third lime on Saturday
Second leading of an act relating
to tlio descent of property. On
motion of Rep. Dole, laid oil the
tr.blc to be considered witli another
bill on the same subject. '
econd leading of an act to
amend sec. 1, chap. 20, laws of
1870, ich'ling to the licencing of the
ccriying of firearms.
MinistCi'Ncumani) moved to amend
by putting 810 instead of $20 as
the liuccusc fee.
Rep. Dole moved to change the
age of licensee from 18 to 10, the
woid "spoiling" to "hunting," and
the fee to $5.
After discussion by tlio movers of
the above amendments and Minister
Gulick, the latter recommending
provision for ascertaining tlio fitness
of applicants for licenses rather than
age limitation, it was moved by Rep.
Castle and carried, that the bill be
read by title and referred to a special
committee; and the President ap
pointed Ministers Neumann and
Gulick, and Reps. Dole, Drown, and
Hnybcldcu, af lei ward, at the icqucst
of thcAUorny-Geneinl, adding Rep.
Second reading of an act to pte
vent tho waiuon destruction of game.
Referred to the bamo coir.uiittee as
the pi eccding bill.
Second reading of an act to
amend sec. 128G, Civil Code, re
lating to the property of mairied
Rep. Castle said the loan bill
should come up next. That not
being on tlio order in the President's
hands ho insisted that it should be.
Eventually a motion was carried that
the bill already announced be laid
on the table for consideration with
another on the same subject.
After considerable desultory dis
cussion Rep. Dole moved, and it
was carried, that tho loan bill bo in
setted in the older of the day.
Minister Gibson moved a suspen
sion of the rules, to have the bill
read by title and referred, which
Rep. Thurston moved it be re
ferred to a special committee, as the
Finance Committee had a great deal
Rep. Kaulukou moved it be re
ferred to committee of tho whole
Minister Kapena favored refer
ence to tho Finance Committee.
Rep. Brown said that some time
ago he submitted to tho houso a re
solution that tho ministers present
a statement of debt and bonds can
celed and uncanceled. That had
never been answered, and he thought
it was very material that tlio house
should know the exact standing of
the Government before it entered
into the discussion of any loan. If
that statement was submitted to
tticni and they saw that the Govern
ment was in debt, and they were
debts that should be paid, the house
might think it worth while to in
crease that loan so that they might
pay that debt off. Because all debts
of this Government must be paid,
therefore, he should support its be
ing i ef erred to a special commit tee,
and that the committee make no re
turn or repoit upon it until they had
from the Government the statement
asked for. The house then would
be in a position to ait intelligently
upon this subject and give them
more money if it was necessary. As
it was, he was not opposed to the
bill us it stood now, but he was not
going to vote for tlio bill if it stood
Tlio motion to refer to a special
Second reading of an act to amend
sec. 12, chap. 51, laws of 1881, re
lating to crucify to animals. Passed
with a verbal amendment, and or
dered to be iftul a third time on
Second reading of an act to amend
sec. 1477, Civil Code, relating to
certain specific rights of the people.
It gives privileges to those living on
the estates of landlords having allo
dial titles, in reference to wood,
water, right of way, etc. Read by
title and referred to Judiciary Com
mittee. Second reading of an act autho
rizing tho Minister of the Interior to
release and quitclaim to Hermann
Kockcrmann, Bishop of Olba and
Vicar Apostolic of tho Hawaiian
Islands, in trust for tlio Catholic
Mission of the Hawaiian Islands, of
certain premises occupied by said
mission for eleemosynary purposes.
Read a second time by title nnd
ordered to bo referred to a special
Second reading of an act to tax
Chinese, residents. On this being
i cached, it being 4 o'clock, Rep.
Dole, moved the houso adjourn till
10 o'clock to-morrow, which was
withdrawn to permit Rep. Castlo to
move that all petitions and resolu
tions relative to aid to schools bo
taken from tho tablo and referred to
tho special committeo on education
items, which carried.
Tho house then adjourned, on
motion of Rep. Keau, till 10 o'clock
Do.v-Don party at tho Yosemito
skating rink to-morrow night, with
Tub Mariposa, en route' for tho
colonies, is expected hero early on
Saturday morning next.
A Union picnic of the Bethel and
Fort Street Church Sunday Schools,
and niemborfl of the Y. M. 0. A., will
take place to-morrow, on tho grounds
of Oahu College
h.v gflShi ghUUJfn.
THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1880.
Stmr I.ehua from windward ports
llkluc Amelia from I'ttrckn, Humboldt
MnirO It lilfhop from Hamiikua
Selir Nettle .Men 111 finiu Lahaiua
bchi Ciitorhm from Walmaiialo
Itgtno Coi suolo for San 1'raiicUco
VESSELS LEAVING SATURDAY.
Stmr Kiliitiea Hon for windward ports
at ' p m
Stmr V U Hall for Maul it ml Hawaii at
.1 p m
Stmr O It Bishop for Hamakiia at 4 p m
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Star of Devon, Mockets
Hktne Morning Star, Turner
Ship Kate Davenport, Ilowlaud
Ship Richard Hi
Ilktne Amelia, Xcwhall
From Kureka, Humboldt, perbktne
'Amelia, June 10 .M U TaUo a Japanese
For San I'lancisco, per bgtnc Conu
elo, June 10 Mw J 11 Unatlci ton.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr C It IlUhop .1,000 strjar.
Stmr Kllauca Hon call on Saturday
p. m., and the Mnkolll on Monday.
The bktne Makali sailed for San Fran
eUeo yesterday, with '.M,0til bags sugar,
810 bags rice and 101 bbh molasses
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Kinau is due to-morrow morn
ing. Tub Zoalandia leaves for San Fran
cisco next Tuesday at noon.
Stbambu Lebua brings news of fair
weather and pleasant showers.
Mil. Geo. Stratnieyer has painted
the names of the streets on all the
Tiir.m: was no meeting of the Trus
tees of tho Qucen'rt Hospital yester
day, for want of a quorum.
Tin: P. M. S. S. Co.'s wharf and
shed and the lookout were thoroughly
cleansed of coal dust this morning,
by a stieam thrown from the tug
To-morrow being tho 11th of June,
tho great national holiday, the Bul
letin will take a rest and tho boys
will go to the races, or wherever else
Dodd's busses will not run on their
regular routes to-morrow, but will
leave tho stables every ten minutes,
beginning at 9 o'clock, for tho races.
Fare i0cts each wav.
A youno nalivo ' named Win
Martin, supposed to be insane, stab
bed bis wife in the abdomen with a
pair of scissors last Sunday, at Waio
liinu, Kan, but did not kill her.
The children of the Sunday
Schools, who are not olbei wise pro
vided with means of conveyance to
tho picnic to-morrow, will find 'busset
ready for them at 9 o'clock, at Fort
Tub farewell concert of the Misset
Jnran and Siguor Leneioui, at tin
Hawaiian Opeia House to-night, pro
mises to be successful in the mallei
of attendance as well as quality oi
music. The scats are neaily all taken
Tin: 1. 1. S. N. Co.'s new steamer
No. 1 is expected hero during the
month of July. She is to be similar
to the steamer C. It. Bishop, except
ing that her cabin will bo on deck,
and she will be a few feet longer.
The new steamer No. 2 is now in the
course of construction.
A gentleman who livoH near the
corner of Foit and School street was
about tho first to discover tho Louib
ou tiro Monday night, and before it
had made much headway ho ran
into tho room with two band gre
nades, which ho broke on the floor
below tho fire, without the least
Wells, Fargo & Co.'s agency, in
tho ollico of G. W. Macfarlane &
Co., received a package by tlio Zea
Im'idiu Tuesday evening, for tlio
Chinese firm of Ilin Kce & Co.
When tho packago was lauded it
was examined by the Custom House
ofllcers and found to contain 123
tins of opium. It was sent to
the above agency and a watchman
employed to wait for the owner ami
arrest him when ho called for It.
At 11 :30 this morning Mr. Ho Foil,
reporter for the Jluteuiiun Chinese
JVeuM, called for the package, and
had taken It and was getting into a
carriago when arrested. Mr. Ho
Fon is a Christian, and an honor
able, upright, and conscientious
man. When spoken to at tho Police
Court this noon, ho said that a
Chinaman named Ilin Kee usked
him (Ho Fon) to go to Wells Faigo
& Co.'s agency, and get a packago
marked "Hin Kco & Co.," saying
that ho (Ho Fon) would be paid for
his trouble. Ho Fon compiled with
tho request and was arrested as
Artists' Materials, Plaques, Panels,
StrotebeiH, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Artstoro. 40 Ot.
Cool off when it's hot. Thcro is
no better remedy than thoeo delicious
Creams, Ices, and Drinks served at
tho Elite lco Cream Parlors. '10,
of the finest and richest FLAVORS
mid ornamented from plain to the
highest STYLE OF ART which not
only cannot bo imitated nor much
less excelled, at the Pioneer Steam
Candy, lee C renin and Cnko Factory,
Hotel sheet, between Foit and N mi
ni' u sticeln. fiO 2w
Fi:om (bo "Figaio" Piuij-, A pi 11 29,
1380, wo translate tlio following para
gvanli: Tho house George Gotilct,of
Helms, have leceived the appoint'
mciit of furnisher'' to Her Majesty
the Queen of England, Empress of
h-t"n and of His Royal Highness the
l' 'to of Wn'c . Thit. double f. vor
eo' ee 'tee the reputation of one of
our best 'iMMttlh of (.'hiitiipn'rno."
Mtt is. F. A. SCHAEFER & Co.nio
t iic agents for these Islands of this
well anil favorably known biand of
Union Picnic Flasks
to be had at the
Union rCend'iifc-; FurlorM,
01J E. SO. & J. A. C, Managcia. at
A CANARY 1IIRD, brown ond gold,
a tine sbmer. The Under will be
suitably lew unfed on letutnlng it to
MRS.S. M. DAMON,
0 2t No. Sltl Nuiiitnu Sheet.
AFII.ST.Ci.A.S MV UPRIGHT
1'IAXU, at 114 Xuiiamt street, on
account of sleunets. 40 Ct
A GERMAN LADY, recommended
by l'l-ofc-nor 11. Burger, de-die to
give lessons in Piano mid Singing lo
young Ludlo3 und Children. Apply ut
"10 I m No. :i2 Llllha strict.
ACOMPETKNT person as Nurse and
Sewing fluids Apply to
47 iw .1 K. WISEMAN.
A DIVIDEND ot f.O a Sluro Is rmv.
il able ut the olllcu of Messrs. 11.
lliickfultl Si Co. to the Shareholders ot
the Kuloa Sugar Co.
.). F. HALKFKLD. Tie. surer.
Honolulu, June 1, 16SII. 4t
A FTER this date the MILK and
rV. hUTTER ACCOUNTS of the
WoimIIiiwii Dnirv mill Stock Co. will be
kept bv .INDS A. PALMER, at his olllcc,
No. XI Fort Street, ami his receipt for
moucysdue thu Company will liu sulli
elent. A. , SMITH, Sec'y.
Honolulu, June; l.lriMO, 4tl lw
Haw'n Opera House,
junj-: io, i8so.
GRAND FAREWELL CONCERT
11 V TIIK :
Talented Young Trio:
11 A. l'l UMC A- I I IMC JfiKA
The Kavmiif Itiill'n lliultonc,
Signor Luigi Lencioni
ami lliht appeal anco of
MLLE. LEONORA ALDINI,
Prima Unarm bopiaiio.
J"-Ticket, $1, 75 rentsnnd COccnts.
'lox shi'i I now open tit J E. Witcmnn'.
Addicts Slmior Lt ncioid. 4:) .It
rustee's Sale !
By order of A. .1. C.irlw right, Sr., the
only appointed Euculor and liusice of
thu lust vill and testament of Emma
Kalek'omiliiid, dtcuiEcd, and uiickr
llcciiM) of the Supreme Court of the
Hawaiian ldund., silting as a Court of
I'robittti, uu ate directed to ceil at pub.
lie auction, at our Saletroom, In Hono
tlio Gtli Day of July, 1880,
at 12 m. of that dny, all lite right, title
and interest of the paid A. J. Cart.
wright, Sr., iir Mich Executor and Trus
tee it iifotcfttld, ami all the right, title
and interest which the Mild Emma Ka
luleomil.ini hail at thu time of her tie
cease, of, in anil t" that certain piece or
parcel of land, kutnwi iir the
slltiatu la the District of Koau, Island of
Kauai, and containing an
Area of .'(,000 Acre,
nioreorle, as dtcrilu'd In Royal I'ti.
tent No. 4T.V2, Mulielo Award 43,
at the Upset Price or Sum of $22,000;
and al.-o Hint ceilaln puce or parcel of
hind hltuulu In Ntiiiiinii Valley, Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, and known as
and belli i; thu premises formerly occu
pied by V. I.. Green, Esq., as a private
2?" For further particulars,", apply to
A.J. Cariuright.Sr., or
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
40 td Auctioneers.
"PO tho Creditor of tlio Hankrupt
X Estatu of GOO HOY, take
notice: That the undersigned, assignee
of tho KMiito of OOO HOY, a
hankrupt, has, preparatory to Ids llnal
account and dividend, submitted his
accounts as such atslgiuo and tiled thu
paum before Hon. K. I'rci-ton, Justice
of the btiprumu Court, tit hi etiambuis,
to whom he will annlv at 10 o'clock
on THURSDAY, the I7lh day of June,
188(1, for a settlement of said accounts
and for a dbclmigo from all liability as
Midi assignee, ami for nn order to make a
Until dlN blind, and that any person In
leresleil may then and there appear and
contest thu hamu.
W. C. l'ARKE, Assignee.
Honolulu, Jmiu 0, lb80. CO-OS
Four Simple 3R-ea,soii Wliy
F. HORN Can Sell See Cream,
Fruit and AN Fancy Sees Cheaper
Than any other Establishment on the Ialande, and which HE GUARANTEES to
he Superior to any other
FIRSTLY IIOHXtluiB the pruelleal Experience lilimelf for 41 jtuis In all known
CREAMS und FANCY' ICKS, and for thnt reason Is not obliged to pay extra,
vagaiit wages for another niairs knowledge not wotth 26 cents to him.
SECONDLY' HORN 1ms no extra Expenses such a? Rent, Help, etc.
THIRDLY-HORN has STEAM FACILITIES by which ho can mak? In twenty
minutes wlml 111 take 4 men one hour to do, ami for Unit teason can execute
orders In far (hotter time than any oilier.
FOURTHLY HORN is tho practical Master over his journeymen. In many
other establishments of this kind, tho journeymen are the masters, no matter
how little knowledge they are po seated of, hecaiiio the employer knows no
thing about the making of the article he sells.
F.S. Although not having received the m-ccwiry appliances yet which are to
arrivo toon, F. HORN will execute small orders for Creams from this day on vciy
reasonable terras. :"C0 l'w
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Ol ami iKi Fort Htroel.
Wc are pleased to announce the arrival of our brimenso lntge Invoice of
Dry Ms, Fancy Ms, Laces, Rloi,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and nro now offering unprecedented nnd unrivalled Iiargains in all ourdepartm'ls
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very fine Vlctotla Lawn at $2 apiece, 10 ynttls; n very
largo assortment of new Spring stjlc in Lawns, 4-4 Untitle, Sateens, plain
figured and brocadul, white Pique and a full line of Dreth Goods, the hikst out.
Lace Botiole, I-jaclief Trioot Olotli
in all the new shades 40 doz Lathes Lisle Tlirwul Ilote at 40 cents,
the best "value over offered.
Clothing Department. -
Just received, all thu latrsl styles in Hoy and Children's Puitf ; Great Bnrgains,
Boys Blue Flanel Sailor Suits at tf'-'XO a Suit, dust rceoied, direct from
Ladies', Men's, Misses' ami Children's Shoes,
TIM'firaWMnif Tr T i i " miM hfm -
Received ex Australia, a Large ami Elegant tock of Misses and ( hildiin's Spring
Heel Shoes of all sizes. Alto, a Splendid Hock of
Gents' and Boys
dieSuM Maiiiifaclimi Company's
Vithcllno l'o ill Bile,
Vnuellne Camphor Ire.
VaneIltio Cold Crcnui,
Vntti-Unn lluir Oil,
VaNi'lluo Keulnc Mnrlilmi Oil,
Hollister & Co.,
Corrugated Iron I
An Invoice just received,
6, 7, 8, and 9 Foot Lengths.
I II UUUUI M V. AUUlUg)
For sale In Quantities to suit.
WILDER. Ac Co.
A NKW INVOICE OF
Gealne French Claret
In Half Casks of 30 Gallons eaoh.
For sale in Iiond or Duty paid hy
M. 8. GRINBAUM &, Co.,
03 Queen Street. Honolulu. 1 2m
PIGS FOIt SALE.
A FEW" CI10ICK miall
PIGS, lit for roasting.
Also, a few choice Duroc
I'Iks, for breeding pur-
pojes. Apply at
40 liu LUNALILO 1IOMK.
which wo oiler at bed-rock prire?.
S. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
Boots and Shoes.
109 Fort Street.
rpilE GYMNASIUM I'RL'MISKS on
JL Koitttreel, IctfiS lctt li 10."i feet,
Handing L0 feel hy HI feet. ''litis lf a
cry tlebltahle nltteo foraplvate icsl.
deuce or Lodgiui; Iloute, mid will be
sold at a reasonable llgorc. Inquiio ol
Treasiuer Honolulu Athletic Absoeia.
Fresh Frozen Oysters
ex Xcalandla, at the
All Special Orders
lit Butter or Cream
left ut DAVIS .t Wll.DiiK'S (Tele,
phouu lttO) tiny nun nine;
Before 11 O'clock
will hi) filled vlth rcaioaalle
promptness by the
Woodlawn Dairy & Stook Comp'yi
41 A. L.' SMITH, Bcc'y. lw
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