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FRIDAY, MAR. 2j. J887.
VESSELS It) PORT.
Hk Kiilnkmin, Armstrong
Bktua Mmv Wlukelnuin, Bluke
llrhr Alllollowc, I'hllllpi
Ocr lik 0 Jl Hlslioii. Wollers
Tcm WS Row no, I'nul
Htiur.l A Cummins from IConhiti
Stmr Wnhniimilo from Wtihinuo
ftebr Rob Hoy from ICool ui
liktnc Rtirckn for Gnu Frnnoboo
Sclir Wnllelo for Kuan
Stmr Iwiilunl for llaimikua ami Lu-
lialna at '.! p m
55, Tho steamer Iwiihuil lias been olcmied,
her after bold enlarged and a new rud
der stock put in. On ber next trl) . "lie
Is expected to take on board 0,8(10 bags
Tim Fcboonor Kaullltu made quick
tlmu on lier last tilp to Waianae. Hie
left beie Wednesday morning at 8: :'M,
readied Walanae nl 12 o'clock; left
tbeic ut 0 l M. and arrived hero at 7:110
yctcrday morning with 1,110.1 bags of
Scbr Kbukal will lay up for n few
tlavs to be repahetl.
Sell Wallole sails to-moirow for Kuan
with lumber, coal, and R V pol?..
Tho biiikcntlno Eureka sailed this
afternoon for San Fr.inel'oo, with 0.021
bags of Migiir, 1,200 bags of i lee, 200
bbw of molasses, ami 150 hunches of
bananas, valued at 8:15,77.".
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: stoainera Kimut uiul Likcliko
nro duo heio Sunday morning.
Jin. Dildino is about the same as
when his condition was last men
tioned. A tiiiii:i:masthi t-ohoouer was re
ported oil' Waialua at 0:lfi this
Thi:y say that the Marshal has
hurried over a new leaf, because ho
got at tliu foot of ii lingo.
An officer belonging to tho Russian
mnn-of-war, vtaa nilmitleil into tho
Queen's Hospital this afternoon.
Tm: captain and officers of the
lUissiau corvolto Vitiaz mo being
entertained by His Majesty the King
A hiui'i'iNO mnster was put out of a
city-front stoic, yesterday, and niiulo
so mad that ho could not bpeak for
Tun Bishop of Honolulu will
deliver a. Lenten address at the
regular tcrvicc, at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, this evening.
Tim: newly-appointed visiting
committee Messrs. Irwin and Athor
ton matlo their first visit to tho
Queen's Hospital yesteiday after
noon. Tiiiim: wero but few unappippiiat
cd scats in tho Opera House, for to
morrow evening's euteitaiuuient,
when J. E. Brown it Go's olllco closed
g$Mi:ssus. Wilder & Co., representing
Mr. S. G. Wilder, Agont of tho
Mutual Life Insurance Company, of
New York, aro giving away useful'
little note books.
Gkxtm:max in quest of white kid
gloves uiul white ties, for tho dance
tp-niglit, may satisfy their wants at
Mr. Goldberg's, corner of Fort and
Captain Fehlbohr, of tho Polico
Force, is spending the last day of his
Olijt year, to-tluy. Tho Captain's
ivppearauco indicates that time has
(Icnlt gently and kindly with him.
J. F. IIaoki'KM), Ksq., Acting Rus
sian Vice-Consul, will entertain Capt.
Maokaroll' at dinner this evening.
Later on tho captain and officers will
attend the exhibition drill of the
An old native man, commonly
known as "Old Uu Hiki No," anil
quito u character in his way, has
passed fiom tho theatre of life.
Several dayn ago, the oltl man
quietly retired to tho "Unseen."
Jj.vst evening Jfnjor Gulick adver
tised for threo carpenters, Tho first
tiling this muniing, four able-bodied
men of that trade, and of four
different nationalities, presented
themselves at tho Major's olfice.
Tiiosi: pictuio books which Mr.
A. J. Cartwright, agent for thu
Equitable Lifo Assurance Society,
No. 8 Kaaliuinanu street, is giving
o al children who call at tlo olftco,
n'lauo glaif tla lieajts uf tjio liitlu
Mn. Walter N. Gifl'aul has moved
into town, to his Beietanin street
residonco, so as to bo more con
veniently located for medical atlyico
iiml attendance. Mr. (iill'artl, although
his hands and face aro yet Imndaged,
hits gicatjy improved and is con
tinuing to iinprqo,
i i - ii i i
Jqn.v Carter, of Now York, aged i2
ye'iiis, died at tlio Queen's Hospital
OH Wednesday, of typlioid fever.
'I'lio jenmins' lyoio taken yesterday
iiftemoon to tlio Mukiki eeiuotory,
whom tho Huv. 10. C, Oggel con
dueted the f uncial services.
".li:s'Kri is too mad for anything."
When about to start yestoiday in his
raeo with Capt. Hice, ho turned to
jjjvo his last wink to dipt. Sioji1okI,
JD'o tjlno'kcup'ermiii found 'tlm't in
tlividtial completely tiled out, and
sounil asleep. Itaco iudellnitely postponed,
Tin: Secretary of tho Board of
Education announces that tho regu
lar vacation at tho close of the first
school session of nil Government
schools in the kingdom will extend,
thiB year, from Friday tho 8th to
Monday the '25th of April.
The Honolulu Hillos had it smart
drill last evening, by electric light
one outside and two inside. Twenty
four men wero picked out for the
exhibition drill to-night.
COMBINED CONOERFaT EMMA
I'y courtesy of Captain Mnkaroff,
of the Russian warship Vitiazv the
ship's musical band will come ashore
to-morrow afternoon, mid unite with
tho Royal Hawaiian Hand in ti com
bination concert, ut Kniinsi .Square,
commencing at -I o'clock. A good
programme is anticipated, mid a
rieli treat may be expected by all
lovers of music.
BLUE RIBBON LEACUE.
The following programme has
been prepared for the regular Sat
in day evening entertainment of the
Illtiu Ribbon League, at tho Y. M.
C. A. Hall. .Seats are free and all
are coulially invited to attend.
1 Piano Solo, Miss May Dilling
ham. 2 Recitation, Miss Hassio Dick
sou. !( Song, Mr. Crozior.
1 Heading, Miss Fayson.
S Song, Mrs. E. C. Damon.
C Address, Hon. L. McCully.
LOSS OF HAND BY GIANT (POWDER.
A native man, while lishing with
giant powder, yesterday, at Waia
alua, had his right hand bndly dam
aged by an explosion of the danger
ous explosive. The man mounted a
horse and rode for Honolulu, with
the injured hand bleeding all the
time. At Ewa he rested awhile,
and then resumed his journey,
reaching Honolulu at o:lo o'clock
this morning. Dr. McKibbin found
it necessary to amputate tho hand,
and successfully performed the oper
ation at noon to-day. The patient
is naturally very weak from the loss
of blood, but is doing well.
DEATH OF G. W. PILIP0.
Mr. G. W. Filipo, one of the
most extensively known native Ha
waiians in the country, was taken ill
at his residence last Tuesday, and
died at -1 o'clock this morning.
Pilipo was at one time pastor of
Kaumakapili Church, many years
ago, but afterwards becamo a poli
tician of note. He was known as
the "Lion of North Kona," and
was a successful candidate for the
Legislature for a number of con
secutive terms. Tho deceased was
about 9 years old at the time of his
death, lie was buried from Kau
makapili Church at -1 o'clock this
RECEPTION AT THE PALACE.
Tho captain and ofllcers of tho
Russian corvette Villa., wero re
ceived at the 1'alaco by His Majesty
tho King, at 11 o'clock this morning.
The ollicers weie met at tho foot of
the stairs by Governor C. 1 Iaukca,
His Majesty's Chamberlain, and by
His Excellency W. M. Gibson at tho
entrance of tho Palace. His Excel
lency, Mr. W. M. Gibson, introduced
to His Majesty J. F. Hackfeld, Esq.,
Acting Kussian Vice-Consul, who in
troduced Captain S. Mnkaroff, aid-tlc-eamp
of His Majesty the Emperor
of Itussia. Captain Mnkaroff then
introduced tho following officers:
Jeuisli, Do Itubnso, Branscr, Knobush,
Maksutoff, Kerber, Sehoeltz, Piinco
Schachowskau, Ugumnoff, Obnorsky,
After a short conversation tho party
UKII.L AND DANCE.
The long contemplated exhibition
drill of the Honolulu Rifles will
begin at 8 o'clock this evening, at
their armory, lieretania street. At
0 o'clock tho drill will cease, and a
dance begin. Every required pre
paration has been effected, to make
the occasion one of pleasure and en
joyment to the invited guests. Tho
vai ions' coimnilteps are constituted
Lieutenant Wm. linger, chair
man; and Messrs. Yv A. Kinney,
L. A. Thurston, II. C. Held, II. W.
Morse, Geo. Castle and Lieutenant
II. F. Hubbard.
II. Gimp, chairman; and p. T.
Wilder, V. L. Winter, E. F. Dishop
and J. Alfred Mngoon.
Mr. Geo. Stratemeycr is chair
man and the company aro the com
mittee. A canvass awning has been placed
over the lot, on tho town sidu of tho
tin;, and chairs put tljerq to make
nioro room for 'thu guests, and givo
the Hilles nmplo spaco tp maneuver.
ITAKE YOUR CHOICE GENTLEMEN,
Smoking may bo a bad habit
senseless, hurtful, and oostlya
habit better not acquired, and If ac
quired bettor abandoned. Never
theless, It is a habit which has be
como pretty prevalont, and no
amount of lecturim; and talklmr is
I likely to break it n in iy hrry.
j There must be'toinctliiiig gratifying
in smoking to smokers, otherwise
thoy would be nioro ready to aban
don the practice when mature years
bring sober reflection. They say
thoy find comfort and soothing in
puntllg the smoke of the dried
weed. And so long as the habit
prevails, and the demand for to
bacco in its variously manufactured
forms exists, so long will someone
be found to supply the demand and
furnish thu desired article. In Ho
nolulu, the devotees of tho habit
have a wide rangu of places from
which to procure their supplies, and
every menlionnblc class and kind of
tho smokc-genernting material to se
lect from. Among thu best known
and most popular of these establish
ments is II. J. Nolto's Cigar Divan,
at the Ueavcr Saloon, Fort street,
and there can be found at the pre
sent time a new importation of
everything that a smoker can wish.
Pipes, tobacco pouches, cigar cases,
cigar and cigarette holders ; tobacco
cut and in plugs; cigars of many
brands and funny names Hunters'
Selection, Conclave., Henry Clay,
lloss Punch, Quiet Girls, Little
Kids, Qnud Aromatic Cheroots;
cigarettes, put up in pretty colored
silk wrappers, &e. &c. Take your
choice, gentlemen. There is a big
spread to select from, ami if you
cannot ilntl souicthing to suit, you
must be hard to please indeed.
dix'ision or Tin: cim:r ,iutici:.
TiiunsDAY, March 2Sd.
Nakamura Monataro vs. A. W.
Ilanlilio, Deputy Distiiet Justice of
llamakua, Hawaii. Petition for
mandamus. The petitioner, by his
attorney Katsura, applied to mo for
a writ of mandamus, setting fortli
that on the 10th of February, 1887,
the petitioner sued out from respon
dent, who was Deputy District Jus
tice of tho District of llamakua,
Hawaii, a summons against one W.
II. Purvis, of Kiikuihacle, llama
kua, Hawaii, the master of said pe
titioner under a written labor con
tract, to cancel said contract on the
ground of a breach thereof, also
praying for costs, etc.
Uolh parlies were summoned by
said respondent to appear before
him on the Mth February, 1887, and
they duly appeared, but tho said
respondent refused and declined to
hear tho case, and forfeited the
costs deposited by petitioner. The
petitioner prayed this Court to issue
a writ of mandamus to show cause
why the said trial should not be
The Court issued a writ on the
oth of March, commanding thu said
respondent to hear tho case without
delay or show cause why he should
not within ten days after the ser
vice of the writ upon him.
On the 21st of March an answer
came from respondent, admitting
that he issued a summons on the
10th of February, 1887, against W.
II. Purvis on the said Nakamura
Munataro to cancel the labor con
tract between them, and the respou
dentsatonlhe llthofFeb. asa Depu
ty District Justice of llamakua to hear
the case. The petitioner claimed
that ho was a servant bound to
servo W. II. Purvis, the defendant,
under a labor contract, and alleged
that the contract was broken by
defendant and thu law of masters
and servants violated, and asked
the Court to annul the contract and
to award damages and costs to
plaintiff, in accordance with section
1,423 of tho Civil Code.
Counsel for the defendant, J. K.
Kauuamano and Z. Pankiki, urged
that the 1,123d section of the Civil
Code was repealed by an Act of the
Legislature approved on the l.'Jth of
July, 1871 ; also, that this is a civil
case, and the amount of damages
is not laid in tho complaint ; also,
that Nakamura Munataro had
brought suit against his master, V.
II. Purvis, before J. P. Mian, Dis
trict Justice of llamakua, to cancel
the contract, on the ground that his,
master owed him, but tho District
Justice had not decided the case.
The answer further says that re
spondent decided not to hear the
case because he was of opinion that
as the Act of July l.'i, 1871, repeal
ed "all laws and parts of laws con
sistent therewith," it repealed sec
tion 1,423 of the Civil Code, and
the Court has now no jurisdiction to
try cases for infringement of con
tracts, between masters and ser
vants. Also, that as the District
Justice had entertained tho case of
tho plaintiff against defendant and
decided against him in part ami
held tho case as regards the suit
$18 wages, the respondent decidetl
tho case in favor of the defendant
and ordered him to pay costs of
Tho petitioner demurs to the an
swer, and avers that the Act of
1874, referred to In the answer,
only regulates tho general Jurisdic
tion of District Justices with re
gard to civil cases founded on pe
cuniary demands, and has nothing
to do with the relations between
masters and servants, and over
which the District Justices have by
law jurisdiction conferred upon
them. Also, that a pending suit
for wages between liu same parties
ill tlio samo Court is no bar to an
action to cancel thu contract.
Uy tho Court It is to he regret
ted that tho respondent has not ap
peared by counsel or person, but
relies upon his answer. I Ilntl from
tho statement of petitioner's counsel
that J. P. Mian, District Justice,
declined to allow tm uniting (If till)
two, ndtipns, 6'ne for wages and one
to cancel the contract, and that is
all that was done by him, that thu
Deputy Justicu A. W, Haalilio, who
acted in the absence of Mian, heard
tho points of defendant Purvis'
counsel, aud merely declined to
try the ease. It is very strango
that any misapprehension should
exist In the mind of the Deputy
District Justice in regard to his
juiisdiction. Uy section 1,123 of
the Civil Code 'jurisdiction is con
ferred upon Police and.District Jus
tices, whenever a master shall bo
found guilty of any ctuelty, mis
usage or violation of the terms of
contract toward any person bound
to service, etc., to examine into,
hear and detcrinino the complaint,
etc., and if the complaint is sustain
ed, to discharge the laborer from all
obligatiotH or service, and he has
power to punish the master by line,
Section 1)1 o of the Civil Code
gives jurisdiction to District Jus
tices to hear and determine all civil
cases whenever the amount in con
troversy or the amount of plaintiff's
demand docs not exceed one hun
dred dollars, etc. This was amend
ed by thu Act of July 13, 1871,
which merely increased the limit of
juiisdiction to 200. This law,
which has proved a stumbling block
to the respondent, does not conflict
with thu law conferring special ju
risdiction on District Justices to try
thu casus of complaints against em
ployers of labor on the part of their
bound servants. Thu two laws are
upon different subjects. The two
jurisdictions exist concunontly.
I can hardly conceive how any
lawyer could make ouch a point or
any Justice entertain such a view of
so plain a law. As regards the
other point, that a civil suit for
wages is still pending between the
same parties, this is no bar to the
suit to cancel the contract. Arrears
of wages might be recovered even
after a labor contract was annulled.
I deem the cause shown is iusuf
licent, and a peremptory mandate
mnde may issue to the said respon
dent to proceed to hear and deter
mine the complaint of the saitl peti
tioner, Nakamura Munataro, against
the said W. II. Purvis, his master,
giving reasonable uoticu to both
Varties, and. to pay the costs of
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Tiiuusiiay, March 21th.
Liwni, Henry, Ilalulu and Alai,
Hoformntory School boys, laiceny of
guitars on thu !th instant, of the
value of Slo. Tho Hist two got one
year at hard labor, and wero lined
So, and ci)3ts SI each ; and the other
two got nine months, and lines and
costs SO each all four to be returned
to the Hcformatory School at the ex
piration of their sentences.
Lan Sung, gross cheat, by obtain
ing from W. H. Castle, an executor
of tho will of J. U. Williams, of
Uwa, SI, 120, under pretence that
he had power to mortgage the pro
perty of thu firm of Sun Uye Hop,
aud signing tho name of said firm to
a mortgage for the purpose stated.
Committed for trial to tho Supreme
Court. Hail fixed at SI, 000.
Fuiday, March 23th.
Tim Chock, charged with larceny
of three cases of baking powder
from II. May & Co.'s, valued at 18,
was remanded to the 30lh inst. S.
I). Dole assisted the Ctown. Kinney
Kcala, for disturbing tho quiet of
the night was lined 65 and $1 costs.
Keanini was further remanded to
the 30th inst.
Ah Yip, on remand, was found
not guilty of vagrancy and dis
charged. The live Chinamen charged
gaming on the 21st inst., were
Jno. MoVoy for larceny of
guns, tools, etc., valued at
irom.tne vjiuneso machine shop on
Bethel street, a few night ago, was
sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for two months, and to pay a
line of 810 and $1 costs.
Geo. Houghtaling's case was nol.
THE GERMAN AMD FRENCH FRONTIER.
It is curious to know that the
frontier of Germany and Franco is
more distinctly marked than that of
any other two countries. The
frontier Jinu is so arranged that it
crosses every road at right angles.
On the German side is a largu post
twelve feet high, painted like a
barber's pole red, black and white-
with a cross piece on top with tho
word in black letters on white
gioiind "Gren.o!" Diagonally op
posite is n cast-iron post twelve feet
high pajnlud grey. On an iron
cioss-pieco is thu word "frontier."
These posts are only plaucd on thu
roads and railway lines indicated
"across the country" by stone
blocks piojectiug about a foot above
thu ground at intervals of fifty
yards. On tho French side is ciit
with a chisel tho letter "F," and on
the German side is tho letter "D"
for Doutschland. Toronto Globe.
It faeuins that Lord Tennyson's
last volumu has not cxhaiist'cd all
his unpublished pieces, Ouu of
thu mauuscilpts still In his portfolio
is a ihyinod epitaph on his former
neighbor at the Isle of Wight, tho
Into Dr. Ward, a man famous at Ox
ford sonio forty years ago as a 'Frac
tal ian leader, and later as the veiy
Ultramontane editor of the Dublin
Icoicw. Tho epjliip.li, us well na
VGinliiltJcaijcca iiik'I eorrespondonco
furnished by Lord Sclhoino, Prof.
Jowott, Dean Church, Cardinal
Nowmnn and John Stuart Mill, will
appear in tlio biogmphy of Dr,
Wnidj'wlilch is In preparation by his.
I BUSINESS ITEMS.
i "170R flrt.r'ln!CiitriagPH,Koo(lhorfc?,
JL? and civil mi I I'livful drivers, ring
up TeleplU'iiis No. !l 15. Remember, it
' coals no more lor n ride in a yood car
I ruigu llinti Itdtvfi in i' bad one. llnno.
I lulu Ciiiringo Oo,tfi(iwl corner of Koit
I nnd Merchant fct-. !I2 lw
1 AA LBS. Fre h Hornc-Modo (,'Iicw.
j-XUvy mg Htlelv?, or (o.ndli-tl Uir.
' Btrs' l'olo', and fresh, delirious Vanlllii
and Clioeolntu Cre.ims uhlcli I uunriiii-
tee to lie fir superior and sold clieapir
tli'iu nay Imported, at F. HOltN'S Plon.
ccr hteiiin Candy Factory and .Oakery
lunl leu Cream Parlor. BStf
QPERRY'S No. lFniiillv Flour 1?
O tillered Tor snle by GONSALVr.9 &
CO., Queen Street. (it
i i i
WE HAVE jut received per Aus
tnillnaiiewlot of AitUls' Mil
terlil, IJIiony Wniv, Kin"kct, Cabinet
Frnniw, Jtu'tlc Finiii ?, ete. Arid wo
nre belter piepnrrtl than ever to make
Cornices anil Picture Krainui, having
thu lnrgest mill licit ftlocleil stock of
Moulding'. In llu Kingdom. Kixo
11i:o3. Aiit Stoiii:. .11
l)n. Flint'.'! I!i:.uit Ji:mi:dy is a
Speciliu for nil foims of Heart Dis
euso and also for Diseases of Kidneys
nntl Cireiiltinon. Descriptive book
with eveiy bottle. Hunson Smith it
Co., Agentn. Ml
Patuonizi: lltinio Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Winks, whom ho is picpared to fill all
oitlcis at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island oitlcis solicited
and promptly 1'illedr The attention
of tlenlors is respectfully invited to
the fnet "no lieemo is requited" to
sell thesu eigurs. Do not forget tho
nainu .1. W. Hingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel street.
ii M fim f et ?
SatnrQay Evening, Mar. 26
Shine on V. G. Armstrong
Heaiilifnl Girl of Iviltlm u. ...Tnlui Hriglit
M'CarlliyV Fiiiiey Hall (liv request)....
W. II. Hooga
When 1 lay dis olu head low
Ii. F. IJIslion
The linn eat Home II. W. Morse
I'll bo Dnr II. von Holt
I'll tnko you home, Ivathleeii (by re
quest) I. M. Dowselt
Fiiialo...Thu Skids... by special requost
with n tqmitl of the following picked
men Misis. Miiefaibine, Armstrong,
llcogs, Bishop, Von Holt and Morse.
Character Skrtohj "'VS3,'. J'"U"
.. ..v. G Armstrong
Jlnnjo Solo J. Appleby
t'lmraeterSong W. II. iloogs
Grand Sensational .Tnp.iutsjo Bamboo
Pole Act, Willi now tricks E. Low
and W. O. Armstrong.
To conclude with thu slde-spllttini; farce
fcHL.Xl?l?JEK,Y DAY !
New ehainctcrs by the Company
llox Flan open at J. K. llrown & Co's.
K.V'U. It. WSII01V'
Warranted Pure Brow of
Malt and Hopn,
And sriWIAIXT IIOTTJLKI)
for tho undersigned.
For Mile by all Ant-dins liquor dealers
H. HACKFELD & GO.,
Sole Agents for tlio Hawaiian iEhuule.
Y. M. C. W. A. (Limited).
npili: UNION KICA DINTS PA1U.OH5
X having jusl 1'iu-n decorated by the
well. known artist, F. Uupprcolit, wo
would mint Jospcctfully Invito all the
memhnrfl to intend the usual meetings.
Foreign and local inputs In profusion.
Tlioro will be a lecture to youiiK men,
on true temperance, three iIuhh a week,
by nun of ihii managers, to bo follow eel
by n lubdoiw lunch, Thu iiiumbcrs aro
Hqiiestcd to leave their relative ut
homo. II. S. O. & J. A. K.
S3 1 w Jlaimgers.
TOHN A. SPEAR lmvlng this day
tj bought out tlio entire interest of
CHAKLKS II. Vrr.IlMT.U, In tlio Into
llrm of Spenr and l'folller, begs to notl.
fv bis former ciiFtouier mid tlio public
tint ho Is thiiKolo owner of siid bind.
nes, and w II c-nry u the business of
said Into linn, fcolIniUng fur hlmnlf tho
patronage heretofore ncunilt'd snid llrm.
All tV-ilit nml claims ngiilnst tlio Eiild
late llrm ol Bncnr & I'felller will bu
paid by tho uudurbtgni'd.
Dated .March -lib, 18V7. 771m
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL advertise it in thu Daily Humutin
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY-
10 comma, !Jv per uiiuuni,
XII12 K& YJ3X
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,'
(i.'i & (55 Fort Street, Honolulu.
By the Zoaluiuliu, due hero on the 18th of this month,
Mr. Bhrlieh will return to Honolulu, with one of the Larg
est and best Selected Stocks of
DRY AND M
Ever imported to Honolulu.
The Ladies and General Public aro cordially invited to
inspect the Stock upon its arrival.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS !
81 S. EHRLICH.
Custom o ftlade o
Gent's Fine Furnishing
Corner Fort & Merchant Stroot?, Honolulu
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Bargains at Epsi i 0o.'s
From the Temple of Fashion at greatly reduced rntoi, wc now oiler them to our
numerous nations at prices which do y competition.
Tluno goods nro lirst class in every lespecl ami consist of all grades and nuul.
Iu offuntng them to our customers wo would mo.t lcqicotftilly draw their in
tention to the fact that wo nro giving them the lisnuflt of our cheap lwaln and
invite the public In general to givo us a cull aud examine these goods before pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
la too well known to need opecial comment. 09
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Records Searched, Abstract of Title
Furnished, aud Conveyances
Drawn on short notice.
Collodion Agency. .Mil. JOHN GOOD,
.In., Authorized Collector.
Employment Agency. Mu. F.MAHCOS,
General Business Agency. No. US Mer
Hell Telephone .'II H. 1'. O. llox 115.
(Formeily with Samuel Nolt).
Importer jiimI Don lor in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OROCKEKY, GJ.ASSWARK, HOUSE FUJtNJSIIIXG HARDWARE
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
ST Store formerly occupied by S. XOTT, oppo.Mto Spreckeh & Co.'a Bank. -M
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ITT, Ii 8 KaaMai
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Granite, iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLTJMBIHGr, TIN, COPPER AND
093 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Noll.)
Now Goods for tho Holiday s! Silver Platod War
in Now Dosigns.
pi:otA.is-iaE:mij3R5i and .ajmops
Froin the very lies makers.
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.A. Complcii) StocU of OouiIk in JSvory X.lue.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. w
i f ik. i ii i Smut
Goods, Hats and Caps,
tlio entire Stock of
Bid nil Poor alto.
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H. irACKFELD & Co.
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