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THURSDAY, JUNIi 21, 1880.
Stmr Lohuu from Wlndwnid Poits
Stinr Dowsctt ft (ini I'd In
Schr Kliuknl f mm Wiiiuluii
Schr Millo Mori Is from Lsinai
Stinn Dowsctt for l'alii tills p 111
llktna Kiln for Sun PinncNco
Ilk Clias 11 Kinney for San I'rnnolseo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Sinn C It Ulsliop for lliiiii.ikiin tit 8 n 111
Slmr Lehua fur Wlndwnid Pints tit 12 111
VESSELS IN I'ORT.
Ilk Stiii-of Devon, MnckctH
Itktni! Morning Slur, Turner
llklnc Kllkltm, Cutler
ToriijJ U JAml, Oilllltlis
Fr seer lliiminouln, Arnuril
III It Ilk Lapwing. Do Urocliy
II iwehr ilcnnlo Walker, Anderson
Our bk Hydra
Am bk Hope, PeiihuUnw
Am bktuo (J C Funk, Ginger
Gor schr 31 my 0 llohin, Mobcrg
S H Australia, Webber
gl'orSnn Francisco, per bk C 11
ney, .rtiuii 21 Frit, llnine-i'li unci
Mls CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stnir Lehua 2,700 ugur uud 25 cuttle.
Tbo .1 C Koid rccched the tugar
brought by tbo Dowxilt thN morning.
The Amcilcun bktnu Fim't (jiicch,
Capt J 0 il Winding, win to leave Sun
Francisco for Honolulu .lii'io 21st.
The American schooner John G
Xoitli, Captain A M0010, sailed f 10111
PoitTownsend, with 400,000 feet lum
ber, for .Muhukonu, Hawaii.
The Xlctiriiguuu bulk Itlmljlo, dipt
llouaid, paid to he the oldest vessel
afloat, xalled from Depuitmc Buy,
Itiltlsli Columbia, early In .June, with
coal for tills poit.
The American bark C O Wbltinoic,
CaptTiioinp-on, Is about 21 days out
from Port Townond with lumber for
Messrs Allen & Itoblii'-ou.
The bk Clint) 11 Kinney sailed this
afternoon for Sun Francisco with !10.411
bags of sugar weighing :i,:i21,',)7:t lb3,
ami valued at ?R':!.'jril. II.
The Kllu sailed to-day for San Fran
cisco with (!,rd7 bags of t-ugiir, valued
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Wii.mamh' dancing i-chool meets
this evening at this link.
Mil. L. J. Levey holds his regular
cash Halo at 10 O'clock to-nionow
Mu. J. Lyons will hold 11 special
sale of Japanese and Chinese goods,
011 Suturduy, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Hats and I11U3 at X. S. Saclis'.
Hats of every variety of shape, oveiy
tdmdo of color, and every degree of
G. W. MAoi'AiaANi: it Co. will hold
an extensive gredit pulo on Tuesday
next, particulars ot which will appear
in to-inonow's DuM.ivnx.
ItYAN has opened a boat-building
sliop back of Lucas' mill for tho pic
icnt. Ilo will rebuild t'10 surf boat
and 2 wlialo boats that were lost in
Dancino without music is "slow."
Skating without music is not &o bad,
but better with it. For this reason
music will ho piovided for tho Yose
inito Skating rink to-11101 row night.
Tub Norman Electric Light Co.,
of Philadelphia, who have done somo
advertising hero, aro a fraud. In
formation of this nature has icached
tho postal authoiities lieie, and albo
several privato citizens.
Mksshh. Barnes it MeCandles havo
been engaged about 0 weckH in drill
ing an artesian well on His Majesty
tho King's land, at Aiea, 1'carl lliver,
and roport having struck a How of
water, yesterday, of 18 inches above
Tins is Corpus Chiisti day, and
was celebrated by low mnss and tho
holy communion at G and 7 this
morning, and high pontifical mats at
10. This afternoon Ut !l o'clock was
the benediction of the Blessed Sacra
ment, preceded by rosuiy and t-cr-111011.
Vi:uv interesting work may bo ox
pected io-monow foionoon, at Oiihti
College. Theio will bo iccitatious in
physical geography and geology, also
laboratory and class 100111 woikby
tho class in chemistry in the Bishop
Hall of Science. Tho public aro in
vited. - ! l ! I .-
A VAUTAin.i: cow belonging to'Mr.
Hart, Bond supervisor, died Monday
night. A post moitem examination
showed that tho animal's death was
caused by poitonous bulistances sho
had swallowed. Xunioious tacks and
pins, pieces of sdne, and 11 quantity of
black sand weio found in 0110 of her
The goqcral committee for tho
celebration of tho -Ith of .Tidy, at its
meeting last night, appointed a
finance and canvassing cominittco,
to icpoit oil Saturday evening, at
which time theio will ho another
meeting of tho general cominittco,
when definite conclusions will bo
reached 1 elating to tho celebration.
Tun Hawaiian Hotel looked gay
last night, with its many-colored
lanterns ulid tho giithoting of guests
and visitois on tho balconies and
surioiiiiding grounds. Tho music of
tho Hawaiian Band, btationcd in tho
rotunda, inudo tho air redolent of
Rweutuesi. Tho occasion was u com
plimentary ovation to Sir. and Miss
Abclsj of California, hero on n visit.
Mn, Hoveiln, who wont to lUuw
Una ontho laet ilp of tho ntennior
C. B. B'shop lo idiotograph certain
views for Mr. .1, Williams, writes that
he was not only very sea hick but was
friglitcnwl nciuly lo death. After
being loosed about by tho suif tit
Ilonokiin lauding, and thinking that
evciy lnonienl was his last, ho ginb
bed 11 tub that jerked him soieial
liundied feet hca onward. Soveiin
says he will never icturn lo Honolulu
by tho wily of that tub.
Mil. It. W. Lsiine, who was unfor
tunate in having his store-houso and
lis Contents (lest toyed by iiio the
other night, tenders thanks ton largo
click' of sympathizing friends for
their expiestod sympathy and in
fomis them and tho general public
that he will continue 111 the same
biisiiiefcs. Every human being with
a heart has sympathy for another's
uiisfoituue, and in this instance tho
sympathy should take the practical
shape of liberal patronage, in which
way the loss may 111 time bo restored,
and the patrons receive an equivalent
for their money at once.
Tin: departure of tho bark Clias.
B. Kinney this afternoon was 11 scene
of commotion. One olllcer would
call to slack a lino and another to let
it go. A German passenger and the
steward of the ship came late, and
had lo make 11 himudous jump from
another vessel, or bo left ashore.
They got aboard, however, to the
great amusement of many specta
tors. Tho stewaid lost his hat, but
when aboard the Kinney lie peeled
oil' his clothes and went overboard
after it. Among tho passengers by
the bark is a Miss M. Bobin, who
cuino hero by the biinic vessel, but
found this city too quiet for her.
Mn. .1. A. Hiissingcr.of tho Interior
Depaitniout, is captain of a military
company, composed of about 25
small boys of the leading families in
Honolulu. This company wears a
uuifoim similar to thtitof the zouave,
except the cap, which in this case
lias n peak as protection from the
sun. They havo icgular rifles and
lime been dulled by Mr. llassingcr
to tho iicnio of military discipline,
going lluough complicated move
ments with icuiiiikablc precision, to
tho tap of the drum, rvcxt Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock this company
will assemble ut tho lcsidenco of Mr.
Hassiiigcr for 11 dices pimido, dining
which they ill bo photographed by
Mr. .1. Wid'anis.
ICArioi.AM Bath House, tho only
lesoit in tho city. All kinds of bath
ing app.iuitus. lw
Aiitistk' Matoiials, Plaques, Panels,
Stiotchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bios.' Ait store. 01 0't.
Oiiaklry dour! You don't forget
to bring mo somo of thoso nico
French candies arrived per Australia,
for tho Elite Ico Cream l'arlois.
The Bi:al Manila, for tho first
time, lias appeared in Honolulu. To
ho had at the Ccntirtl Cigar Stand
at WUcniiui's. Try it. J. JIimiek,
Manager. 355 tf
D11. Fm.nt'h JIkaht Bi:mi:dy is a
Specific for all foims of Heart Bis
cuso and ulso for Discuses of Kidneys
and Circulation. Descriptive book
witli ovory bottle. Benson Smith t
Co., Agents. Ml
Wkst, Dow it Co. havo received an
asjortnicntof buicuus, child's rockers,
pieturo moulding, artists canvas,
rustic frames, picture caul, guitar
stiings, league bulls, foot balls, build
ing blocks, American flags, etc., etc.
Just received a new line of Ladies'
Untrimined Hats; ornaments, La
dies' Collars, Tricking ; all over-embroidery,
Ladies' Linen Plum-Colored
Hemstitched llundkei chiefs,
Laces; Nun's Veiling, all wool, in
cream, while, pink and blue; all
wool Cashmores in white, cream,
pink and blue, at tho Loading Milli
nery House of Chas. J. Fishcl, cor
ner'of Foit and Hotel streets.
the building bill.
Tho bill to regulate tho construc
tion of buildings in the city of
Honolulu, which passed its second
reading yesterday afternoon, pro
vides that no person shall erect,
place, or movo tiny building without
permission in writing from the Super
intendent of Public Works. This
does not apply to buildings costing
loss than S 1,000. Application for
the erection, placing, or moving of
buildings must bo made to theSupcr
inlendent of Public Works, or such
other competent olllcer as may he
appointed for that purpose. Upon
filing such application the applicant
shall submit tho plans and specifica
tions of tho building as it is intended
to bo when erected, placed, or
MR. DICKEY OH THE ROAD TAX.
KnnoH Buuxtin: You honor
my poor little road tux law with a
column of abuse, rather too much
for a law that has been killed, I
think. I admit there wcro serious
objections to it in that it benefitted
natives as against aliens, and In that
it reduced our revenue, which is
already insufficient. However, I
take issue with you when you say
that "tho road tax is about the fair
est on tho catalogue." It is about
tho most unfair in theso Islands.
A comparison of tho expenditures
for loads and bridges with tho popu
lation shows that on Onhu $!$.M is
apent per capita, on Kauai S2.2'l,
on Maul, Molokui and Lanui 81.20,
andjlawnil SI. 02, add in some poor
iinfortuiiato districts it is much
worse. In my district, for instance,
only liO.eentti-por head during tho
past two years, or 80 cents yearly,
and In North J'olmk tt droiw to 9
por capita for tho biennial period,
Do you wonder that I am ti little
rabid on the road tax question?
There can he no fairer tax than n
piopcrty tax properly carried out,
hut personal taxes should be as
light as possible, 'ns tho bcnflti nro
apt to be very unevenly distributed
in proportion to the tax payers.
C. II. Dickky.
Honolulu, . Tune 2 1, 1880.
the spread ofamerTcan princi
ples. Japan, Corc.i nnd Siam have
opened their doors for tho introduc
tion of our American civilization,
and take kindly to it. Our instruc
tois in several blanches of enlight
enment are among tlicni. Slum is
one of tho few countries wo should
havo lca9t expected to hear from
favorably, and yet we have this item
from 'Slum :
Colonel David 11. Sickcls, form
erly the representative of the United
Slates in Slam, has lately received
from Bangkok a personal letter,
which says: "His Majesty is so
well pleased with the results of the
system of public education for
males, which was established a few
years ago at your suggestion, that
he has decided to establish n school
in this city for the instruction of the
native, women, and it is probable
that a prominent missionary lady
will be placed at the head of tha
Institution." S. F. Call.
In twenty-five years tho number
of Protcstunt missionaries in China
lias grown from l.r0 to 000, and of
churches from 50 to 400. A quarter
of a century ajo thero wore no theo
logical schools for students, and only
i- of tho 18 provinces wcro occupied
with missionary posts. Now X'GO
students are found in 20 schools,
and missionary labors arc carried on
in all tho provinces but one.
NEITUEB OAPTAIX MOOKETT,
Mustir of tho Biitlsli hark St'ir or
Devon, nor the Agents, Huckfelil"& Co.,
will b icsponsllle for debts contractu!
by llio crew of said vessel. 0!) 3t
I TAKE this opporiutiily Insincerely
tliunk the many kind friends for
their expressed sympathy, and to inform
them I shall continue In the same busi
ness, as before the tire, unci solicit neon,
tlnuuncc of the pntroimgu eo liberally
gircn heietofoic, guaranteeing Botlsfnc
lion to nil. It. V. LAINE & CO.
Honolulu, June S4, 1886. It
Hay at Auction.
On SATURDAY, Juno 2G,
at 12 noon, I will sell at my Salesroom,
Just landed in prime condition.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Burnt Out but Not Dead !
Ryan's Boat-Bill Slop
Is non adjoining the rear of
JULY 4, 1886
A FINE LOT OF
Just received and for sale nt reason
able Hates by
E. P. Adams -& Co.
Special Sale of
Japaness & Chinese
On SATU11DAY, .June 20,
at 10 o'clock, a. xi., at my S.ilcsi 00111s, I
hate received Instructions to sell at nub.
lie auction, for a Chinese llrm about
giving up business 11 large lot of
JAPANESE AND U1HNI.8K GOODS,
consisting In pail of Elegunt Jurancso
Vases, Flower Pi ts, Fruit Dishes',
Chinese Chamber Sets,
Plates, Fancy Vases, Jnnancso I!oe8,
A variety of Glassware, "
11101170 Viisci, Gatbtiinu'Ware,
Howls, China Dinner Self,
Fine Lot of Matting,
Anil various other goods. All will
bo re uly for Inspection on FRI
t3S" Terms Cash.
J. LYONS, Anot'r.
rpilE OYMNAH1U.M PHEMISES on
X Foit f tre';t, lot 08 feet by 105 feet,
IliillillngtO feet by HI feet. This la a
very dujirublu nluco for a private icsl.
deuce or Lodging House, and will be
bold at u lcudonablo llgure. Inquire ol
Treasuior Honolulu Athletic Awocla.
Hon. 30 lm
Cfloice ualiiorma Hay
To rent, n Cottage In a drslr.
1,1,1... inftolllv. in mlnnf,1
&H walk from central Knn street.
Kent not to exceed t0 per month. Ad-
drcs? 1. J., this oP.lcu. 113 Ut
T O. It. M HAWAIIAN THIHK,
JLt 1. Members
ate request! (l tout.
tenil the meeting of the uUoyc Order at
Knights of IMlilas' Hall, on KM DAY,
Juiio2ilh, at 7:510 p.m. business of lm.
portaiicc. (03) J. II. HltE, O. of It.
AKIHST-CLASS AS918TANT 3W1LL.
INHIt at the
POl'ULAU MILLINKItY HOUSL,
f,7 If N. S. Sucln, Proprietor.
The Pacific House,
Opposite the Custom House, Is tlicplace
to dine. It is very cool, tins no Hies, is
nicely furnished, 1ms two private rooms,
hesiueo a Inrgu main room with ample
accommodations for 80 or 00 persons.
No Chinese Employed !
This Ileslaurnnt will he openi.il every
day nt 2 ::J0 a.m. until midnight, during
which lime men In or ico drlnka will bo
Horvcd. A. JOHNSON, Proprietor.
01 Hull J. MoLKAN. Manager.
EX AUSTRALIA, AT
MUSIC FOR SALE.
AIIOUT 1,700 PIECES of MUSIC,
cnmMiiiR of HAId-ADS. COMIC
SO-NGS, QUADRILLES, WAL1ZKS,
POLKAS, &c. Apply to
J. C. HADWAY,
SO 2v at Frcelh & Peacock's.
WiscNsale & Urban
Fine Assortment Arrived,
rpHE undersigned, having thin day
JL leased to GEORGE OAVANAGIl,
of Honolulu, the Honolulu Steam Laun
dry, notice Is hereby given Hint tho paid
Georgo Cavaiingh nlono Is responsible
for all (lcbis contracted by the said
George Uavanagh for the eald Laundry
from and after this date.
W. C. PARKE,
Asigneu of .1 F. McLaughlin.
Honolulu, Juno 17,1880. CO
In 25-lb. Kits,
Just received by Cuibaricn, and for
CASTLE & COOKE.
Ever issued in the Hawaiian
A Complete Record
DPro c e e din g-s ,
with verbatim ltcports of Speeclic9
will he issued from the
At the close of the Session, and will
consist of the reports published
from day to day in the llui.t.u
tis, with corrections, where neces
sary. The Huu.iniN UeporU
STRICTLY IMPARTIAL and
TIIK ONLY PIIONOGllAPIIIC
which have been taken.
Day The Edition will be limited,
and orders should be sent to the
HUM.KTiN (JIIlco without delay. All
orders received in time will bo tilled
as soon as the book is published.
Hy older of A. .LXJiirlwrlght, Sr., tho
duly nppolntid E editor and I itiMec of
tho last will niiil texlament of Emma
Knlelconnhtii, deceased, nnd under
license of the Supreme Court of the
Hawaiian Inlands, Hitting as a Court (If
Probate, we ate directed to sell at pub.
He auction at our Saletroom, in Hono
thu th Duy or July, 1SSO,
at 12 m. of that day, nil the rlght.J title
ami lnlere-,1 of ilie falil A. .1. Cart
wright, Sr., as such Lxecutor andkTrus.
Icons aforesaid, and nil the right, title
and Interest which the said Km ma Kn
ltU.onaliini had nt the time of her dc
c afe, of. In and to that certain piece or
parcel of laud, known us the
situate In the DHrlclof Komi, Iolnndof
Knuai, and containing an
Area of I$,000 Acich,
more or lets, as described In Royal Pa.
tent No. 4612, Mahclo Award 4!),
nt tho Upsot Price or Sum of $22,000 ;
ami nlo that certain piece or parcel of
land situate In Niitiaiiu Valley, Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, and known as
and helm; the premises formerly occu.
pied by W. L. Green, Esq., as a privato
EST For further particulars, applto
A.. I. Cartw right. Sr., or
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
Hy order of J. F. Hackfeld, Adminis
trator of the Hmiiu of Conrad Jlenke,
deecaoed, wo havo been directed to hell
at public auction, at our Salesroom, in
On MONDAY, .Inly J 2th,
at 12 o'clock, noon, of that day,
if not prcvioiily disponed of,
400 Shares in the
. CU.,1' fl
of Humuulii, Hawaii.
Tho total Capital Stock of the Humuula
Sheep Station Co. amounts to 1,000
Shares nt the
Par Value of $ I OO each.
The Company nwni the valuable sheep
ranch siliiatc on tho slopes of jMauna
kea and .Maunalua, known ns the llumu.
nla Sheep Station; the total area of land,
held under n lcafc from the Crown Com
missioners for an unexpired term of
about 23 years, is 100,0X0 acres, moie or
less, a largo pint of which is beautiful
pasture laud; there are
About 18,000 Sheep
more or less, also a large number of
Horses nnd wild Cattle on tho lands.
Thu blnres will be sold with privilege
to take M) lo 100 Shares.
Tho above sale i inado for the pur
pose of settling the estate of said C.
'Jlcnkc, dcce-istd, and will bo without
Bgf Tho lei ins of the salo aro Cash.
For further paniculate, apply to J. F.
Hackfeld, at tho olllcu of Hackfeld &
Co., Honolulu, or
E. P. ADAMS & Co.,
Hy order of J. F. Hackfeld, Esq., tho
duly appointed AsMi;iicq of the Hank
runt Kstnlo of T. K.Clarkoof Kipahulu,
Alaui, acting under authority of an or
der of the Supreui't Court dated June 8,
1680, wunrcdiicctcd to bell ut Public
miction, at our Sulesrcom, iu Honolulu,
On MONDAY, July 19, '8U,
at 12 oVlock, noon, of that day,
All the Right, Title & Interest
of; the said J. F. Hackfeld ns such
Assignee, of, In nnd to the
situate nt Kipahulu, Maui, heretofore
1 oiigini; to tho bald T. IC. Clarke.
The oi Id Plantation comprUcs about
11.00 iiucsof Laud in fee simple, and
aboui tr,00 acres of Leased Lund; there
aro about 7 800 acres of Land nvallablo
forcano cultivation; a bout 12(1 acres of
Plant Cane and about 140 acres of 1 nnd
!! Hattoons arc now growing for tho
tict crop to cnimi oft" Ironi. say, Decem
ber, IfeSO, to about May, IS87. There
132 head of Workmg"Cattle,
2 Hulls, 27 YonvlingB,
35 Cows with 27 CalvcB,
3 Mules, 10 Horses and somo
on the Plantation all branded TKC, nho
About 11 Bullook Carts,
2 Mulo Carta, Plows and
other Implements & Tools
generally used on a sugar plantation.
The linger part of tho Cano, when har
vested, can bo conveyed to tho mill by
Thero Is n good biibilantlid landing
bridge, in which the Plautntlnn holds a
half interest. Also, a TJonkiy Engine
and Incline track' connected with the
Tho Plantation U In good running
order nnd u new ciop Is being put iu at
Cay- Tho terms of thu Sale aio CASH,
nud ihe Deeds nro nt the expense of the
For nil further pcutlenlaiH apply to
J. F. IlaokMd, Honolulu, or to USCAH
UNNA nt Kipahulu, Maul.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
5'j td . Auctioneers,
Ol niid OU
We are pleased to announce the arrival of our immense laigo Invoice of
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Laces, Hum,
Clothing and G-ent's Furnishing G-oods,
nud are now otTcrlng unprecedented and unrhalled Ilurgalns In all oui depnrlm'U
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very ilno Victoria Lawn at $2 nplccc, 10 yauls; a veiy
lorgo ossortnienl of new Spring st)lcs In Lawns, 4-4 HatiMc, Saltans, plain
llgured and brocaded, white Pique nnd 11 full lino of Dreis (iocds, the latest out.
lla,ee DBoiiclo, HiacUew' Tricot Olotli
In all tho new shade; 40 doz Ladies Lisle Thread II010 nt 40 cents,
the best value ever offered.
Just received, all the latest styles In Hoys nnd Children's Suiti-j Great Uargainj,
Boys Ulue Flnncl Sailor fulls nt $2.M) 11 Suit. Just received, direct from
which wo oiler at
nlV liHi WrtKntfT ml 10:i rorL su'oet' ti '
Kccclvcd ex Australia, a Largo nnd-Elcgnut Stock of Misses and Childrcn'd Spring
Heel Shoes of nil sizes. AUo, n Splendid Mock of
Gents' and Boys7
The White House,
rs'o. UN Nuuanu td treat,
HONOLULU, : : ILL
Private Family Hotel,
Terms Heasoimble. First-Class
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
Co., g 00 100
i., 100 100
., 100 100
Ha w'n Carriage Manf 'g
K. O. Hall & Son,
Intcr.Islnnd S. N.'Co.,
Wilder's Steamship Co.
C. Urewer & Co.,
Wuiluku Sugar Co.,
lleciprocity Sugar Co.,
L. A. THUR8TOW,
38 Mcrchaat Street.
30 cents per lb.;
WOLFE & CO.
Crystal Soda forte
Soda Water, Ginger Ale,
Florida Lemonade, Aeiatcd Waters of
all kinds, Fruit Syrups andEisences.
We Use Patent elopers
iu all our Dottles.
We invito particular attention to our
Patent Filter, receully introduced, by
which nil waters used in our manufac
tures Is absolutely freed from all lm-
Wo deliver our Goods free of chnrge
to all parts of tho city. We gunriiuteo
our Goods to be the best iu tho market.
Careful attention paid to Island Orders.
The Crystal Soda Works,
P. O. Iiox 807, Honolulu.
Hell Telephone : : 208
Htituul Telephone : U30
tar Orders left with llenson. Smith a
Co., No. 11 Fort Street, will receive
.We, also, ore Agents for the tale
of J. W. Hiugley's
of his own manufaoturs. 6m
f1l !.,. 0
& CO., Proprietors.
Boots and Shoes.
A GERMAN LADY, reconuncni e t
by Professor II. Uerger, desiiet to
give Icssoiih iu Piano nnd Singing lo
young Ladies nnd Children. Apply .it
1110 lm Ko. :!! Llllhii street.
ItOOMS TO LET,
C M.KAN, cool, comfortable, furnil ed
Honuih to let, iitmoderato rates, at
t'3 and 100 Hotel Mrcet. 531m
AH Special Orders
lilt Bier or Cream
left at DAVIS A; WILDEH'S (Ttlc
phone 180) nny morning
Before 11 O'clock
will be tilled whh riiiMiiiablu
promptness by (he
Woodlawn Dairy &. Slock Comp'y,
41 A. L. SMITH, Scc'y. Jm
A lurc,u iiFsortiueiit of the ,
Very Latest Novelties
In this line, just rccciwd per Mari
posa. Island orders promptly
For Sale at Bargains.
Enquire or O. W. MAOFAKLAXE, 14
Knahuinnnu ftreit. 54 tf
Pegs to infonni thu Public In general
that he bus receivid nn
of Ladles', Gents'-ud Chlldien'a
Boots, Shoes &
40 S?.Li;LI?.13reS. lm
AS complaints have icached me of
Into from 601110 of my customer
that they can purchusu Hnwaliun.made
Soap cheaper than I have 1 een selling
it, I beg to statu that I havo nlwnyx
trniunctcd my business In n fair 111 d
Blrnlghtforward way, charging the siinio
price to all alike, nnd idling v u
in od (1 rat o rate; nnd at the same tin.r I
would Inform my customers aud the
public that from uud nfter thU date my
price will bo $7 per 100 lbs.
T. V. 1UWL1NK.
Honolulu Soap Works, Leleo, Hono
lulu, Juno 21st. ta