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ft fflaUji Ukihu
TUKSDAY, MAN. 21), 1887.
.Stmr W f Hall from Hawaii unci Until
Hchr Waloll from Ilonoinii
Sehr Catiuto from T.aupahochoo
.Sehr Wolnialu from I'niinlkoii
Mm eh Ln
Stmr Kliinu for Mmil ami Hawaii at -I
St mi' Mlkahula for Kauai at 5 ti m
Stmr Llkcllkc for ICaliultil ami liana at
5 p m
Btmr.ias MuKco for Walanan ami Kapaa
Stmr Lcluia for wlmlwaid ports at r
Sehr Josephine for Kwa
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Hchr Waloll for llonoiim
Solir Canute for Laupalioehoc
Solir Wiihnalu for 1'apalkou
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Solir "Waloll 1.100 bag siujar.
Sehr Canute ;J,'-'00 bags ugar.
Stmr Wahnanalo 1,500 bag sugar.
Tim Hydra will sail about Friday next
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk lvulakaim. Arm-Uong
llktne Mary Wliikcliinin, Wake
llrlg Alllu Kowe, Phillips
(lor hk U It lllshop. Welters
Torn W S llownc, L'liul
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
I)oi:s anybody know whore "Gor
don" is? '
A vamii.v desiring u governess may
learn of an applicant at this olliee.
Ouit regular fortnightly summary
will bo published to-morrow morning.
Thuui'.'h u cow out on tho plains
that often fools people by bellowing
like the bus horn.
Tiik Hawaiian Hand will play- at
the Queen's Hospital at II o'clock to
Young ton and
bv application to
may lie procured
Messrs. r. A.
Sohuofer it Co.
Mus. Hanks and child and Miss
Alice Waito leave for Knhului by the
faleamor Likeliko this evening.
Miss. K. C. Holies has conferred
power of Attorney, to transact nil her
business, on Mr. Chas. Hustaeo,Jiiii.
Major Oulick's call for six painters
was niomntlv answered, by .about
three times as ninny ns
Tun People's Ice nnd Refrigerating
Coin)iuiy a ro paying the regular
monthly dividend of one dollar per
Mn. C. J. McCarthy will vacate tho
Alitor House on the last of tho
month, as his lease of the premises
will have expired then.
Water was bhut oil' at the foot of
Nuuanu street this morning, without
previous notice and to the great in
convenienco of several parlies.
. A ruiiNisiiKi) cottage, on Hcrejania
street, now occupied by Mr. Z. K.
Meyers, may bo rented on application
to Mr. Sopor's Stationery store.
A MoimiiATi: proportion of tho gen
eral public listened to ami enjoyed
the iniHiu of the Hoyal Hawaiian
Hand, at Emma Square, last night.
In last evening's noto of the Mar
Blial'B visit on Saturday night to a
saloon, it should have read, Merchant's
Exchange, and not the Commercial.
Mil. J. F. llackfeld lias been ap
pointed assignee of the estate of
Hang Yick, and to him all clnims
against the. estate should be render
ed nnd all accounts paid.
Hkai. estate at Kalthi, belonging to
tho estate of Domingo Lope, Ilamos,
will be sold at auction by Mr. Lewis
J. Lovoy, at his salesroom, next
Thursday, at 12 o'clock noon.
Accohwno to an announcement in
to-day's Uui.li:tin, Major Oulick will,
on ami after the lirst day of next
month, take charge of collecting Dr.
Trousseau's professional and other
Mu. Rosenthal's household fuini
turo will bo oll'ored at auction, by
Messrs. E, P. Adams it Co., at 10
o'clock to-morrow morning. The balo
will bo at tho corner of Lunnlilo and
Tin: Quintette Club coneort at tho
Hawaiian Hotel will commence at 8
o'clock, this evening. Tho new moon
and electricity will illuminate tho
bceno. A cool evening will probably
follow a warm day. The public tiro
Tin: "Ad voi tUur" reports an aeci
dont to Captain L. Ahlborn, manager
of Kokaha plantation, Kauai. Tho
gentleman fell from his horxo hist
Thurday,und dislocated his shoulder.
Last accounts represented him as
Ouit great volcano is said to bo
now about tho tnmu us it wns before
ihoMisappearanco of tho molten lava,
When tho bottom wns supposed to
have fallen out. Gradually tho empty
hole has filled up, until it has got
Ijaok lo its old condition.
The accident to Mr. Mnrslinl, at
Ewu, wns not to serious as at llrsl
repotted to. this ollieo by telephone,
yesterday, llo was thrown from Ins
liuggy tupl badly bruised, but no
bones wore broken. Hi) calculates
to ')) around uguiu iu iv lt( uuysi
0m:j JFuUov's hoiuohoW lrl
tuto will bo old on the 7th April
Mn. Lewis .1. J,ovoy will sell the
premises at the comer of King ami
Xuuaiiu streets, known as Mossiiian's
Mote, at noon to-morrow.
- ." '
Tin: stono wall in front of the
Itnman Catholic Clntrch, Fort street,
is being pulled to pieces prepnratoiy
lo putting up a new one.
A w.kahant concert, of a private
lint in u, was given at St. Louis Col
lege, lust evening. The instrumental
and vocal music was very line.
Mil. llewctt will receive, by every
mail, an olllcinl notice to mariners,
from the English Admiralty, of alter
ation to lights, of sunken wreck, etc.
Mil. E 15. Thomas is laying tho
foundation of n brick building, to
comprise three stores, on King street,
between Castle & Cooke's and Nuu
A hUiti'iiiHi: tin party was given to
Mr. and Mis. Julius Smith, at their
lesidence, Ileretnnia street, last
night, by a number of their most inti
Mn. llrown (Auslalian llrown) of
the Water Works Department, went
to Molokai yesterday, to look after
the water supply for the Leper Set
tlement. Tin: receipts of tho three enter
tainments by the Honolulu Amateur
Minstrel Company amounted to
about Sflt'JOO, and tho expenditures
about !f."00, leaving a net balance of
Mi:s. Stilhnaii, I). F. Dillingham,
(Jeo. Ilono, Mrs. Wilson, dipt. Wil
fong, Jos. Viorra, Mrs. G. Fox nnd 2
children, C. Motley and wife, and
Miss Hitchcock, leave for Windward
Ports, by the steamer Kinnu this
Tin: whaler Mary and Susan is
standing oil and on waiting for her
master, Cnplaiu Owen, who is ex
pected by the steamer of April (ith.
The Whaler Ohio, Allen master, is
oxpoeled shortly from Now Bedford.
Sho'is the last of tho Hoot that will
call hero this season.
Tin: Co? momma ,van taken by the
steamer Kinau this afternoon to
llilo. Mr. Viorra, why will exhibit
tho pictures at various points on the
other islands, has selected from Mr.
.Ins. William's photographic pnrlors,
a largo number of views embracing
recent events, processions, etc., that
will likely please the inter-islnnd
ARRIVALS AT THE EAGLE HOUSE.
Mr. Theodore Tcrkclson, Ilawnii ;
Miss M. 1. Cotson, Maui; Mr. and
Mrs. M. Rosenthal, Miss Pauline
Rosenthal, Miss Ella Rosenthal, Mr.
Lohies Edgcswood, Mr. Julian
PANORAMA OF KILAUEA.
Jules Taveiriicr, an eminent ar
tist, has just completed a panorama
painting representing the Calclera of
Kilauca. Sandwich Islands. This is
an accurate representation of the
great iiielosure containing many
active volcanic craters, and was
completed when they were at a
maximum activity last year. It is
now on its way to the United States
for exhibition. It is said to be in
tensely lealistic, the incandescent
lava being vividly represented, and
the whole conception is successfully
carried out. "Chicago Tribune
This is a book age. There arc
books nnd hooks. They arc wonder
fully cheap, too. No man, however
great and rapid a reader, can possi
bly read all iho new books that are
constantly multiplying. Tho best
thing to do under the circumstances,
is to select the best. Hut how can
a man know what is the best until
he has formed a judgment by read
ing? Tho publisher's names are a
kind of guarantee of quality. Re
spectable publishers will not publish
trash.. The following list is well
authenticated : Sea and Land, Con
quering the Wilderness, Cyclopedia
of Live-Stock, World Ashore, Abra
ham Lincoln, Pictorial Royal Quarto
Bible, and Parallel Family Bible.
These are said to be all valuablo
books. If any man would like to
secure tho agency for the sale of
any one or all of them, he may learn
how do it by enquiring at tho Bulle
C0YERNMENT OAZETTE NOTIFICA
TIONS. The following Consuls and Vice
Consuls have been appointed : Joso
Paris, Catagena, Spain; F. S. de
Navarrn, Malaga, Spain ; J. B. do
Lagunn, Las Palmtis, Canary Isl
ands; B. M. Batnllor, Santa Cruz
do la Pnlma. Canary Islands ; M. S.
Falcomcr, Venice, Italy; H. F.
Barney, Manzanillo, Mexico.
A Proclamation of a Convention
between the Kingdom of Samoa and
the Kingdom of Hawaii, securing a.
Political Confederation, is published.
Tho Kaimiloa is 'declared to be
now commisioiie'd for the naval ser
vice of tho Kingdom.
The Board of Immigration pro
poses to make arrangements for the
lurth'or' importation of ' Japanese
immigrant laborers into this King
dom, aud requests Hint all parties
desirous of procuring tho services 'of
such contract labor will forward
their application!) to tho President
of thu Board of Immigration.
! .! -I ;jj3
Joel Chandler Harris has bepu
trying his liuiu at a war story.
Julian Hawthorne lias pepu re
tired from Uio New York World.
Tho special meeting of tho !Iouo
lulu Rifles, last evening, was attended
by about llfty members. A new con
stitution, for the battalion, drawn up
by a special committee, was lead and
passed. The committee of arrange
ments on the drill mid dance, last
Friday evening, was lequested to
thaw up a letter of thanks to tho&o
who kindly assisted tho Rifles in
their entertainment, and publish it
in tho Honolulu press. A committee
of three W. A. Kinney, W. E. Rowell
and Sergeant E. F. Bishop -was ap
pointed by the ehnir to engross a
letter of thanks to tho douoisof the
flag given to the Rifles. A vote of
thanks was passed to Mr. F. Horn,
for his ellieient endeavors at tho en
tertainment, Friday night, and for )i
delicious supply of ice cream nnd
cakes sent to tho armory last even
ing. Next Thursday evening wns
set for the division of the Rifles into
companion, nnd for tho election of
olllcers for the battalion. Five now
members wore elected, making tho
membership about one hundred.
Tho meeting adjourned at !):H0
o'clock, with thrco deafening cheers
for Captain V. V. Ashfoid.
YE OLD TYME G0NGERTE
Of Saerede ami Worldllo tunes to bo
siiiigo and played by a quire of diverge
comely damoels and youths of ina.e
full skyllc on yo nyte of yo Friday
next, yo 1t of April.
Yo IlarplU'hord pounders and Fiddle
fcrnpors will give goode clicere. and ye
tuneful lingers will Mryvo for ye goode
Yo folks actyng will lie at tyred in
goodely eoftiune of ye tyino, but with
out vanity or overworldlloncft withal.
When ye'lasl piece lias been founded It
Until bo time for yee to betake yoo
Ye Cognomen of fome of Yo Folko
Ye thnelft and fvnglngo matter,
llodtjah Lookalive AUIlliltum Tliurf
ton. Ye towne tiddler, .Tcddedub Kllaklm
Ynrndley, who llddllth with dlvorfe new
Ye Hnrptloliord pounder flinll he
Makepeace Kplphalct Salvation Jones,
who kiioweth much of ye worldlle tunes
nnd f trnlnotli j e linrptleliord with mighty
Some of ye women and men linger.',
whofc bynnmon are verille o'erlong to
jirynto nnd are herein shortened.
Jlotfy licgliingahi I'aiUo.
Araiiiautua luteiillty t'ru.an, (ye
jinrfou' wlfo who Is f killed in maungo
ineut.) Saliunauda Exprrlcuco llrown, one
of yo women yt llngeth lluglle.
Jeruflia Expiration Ihuulford, well
known to yo nuillek folke.
Solitary Ann Young.
Abigail Mnnshnkcr Monnr.
Afarcellnn Anaftalla Hopper.
Lorlnthn Fidelia Diekfoii.
Anodyne Coiiic.igalu Aiiftht.
Seraplilua Shouter King.
Joyful Economy Greene, and many
others whofo names yo piyuter will not
piynto for ye length thereof.
Some of yo men lingers Walkabout
Emergency "Morfc, ye man of much
Jonlfta Tonlllltls Watorlioufe.
Obadlah Holdback Starkoy.
Walleyliamo Wlilchwny Hall.
Full o' found Goodeuoiigh Armstrong.
Timothy Howlablt Van Slyko and
others who will be fecn when yo nyte
Ye new faugled horns called ye saxe
horns play for ye lingers aud yo vlolon
alo, penulvcntiiro ltrlngs bo forth
coming for yo fame.
Notltfo vell;yo coneoite will lie hi yc
grcnto uiullck hull on yo Friday nyte
next. Yo entrance mito at ye big door
will bo 8 Yorkof hillings (1 Dollar) and
yo upper ftorlo mito fhall bo -1 Yoike
fhllliiiga (")0 cents )
Ye feats may lie chofeu and ye fame
marked on vo diagram at yo Informa
tion ollleo of J. E. JJrowu on ye Mer
Yo biggo door will bo unbarred at
7-U0 of ye thnelft's watch and 3-o chan
tor will found his tuuchig fork for yo
concerto at 8 of yo watch.
Yo tithelng man will take notice of
undiio levity and fparklng at ye con
certo. THE BRAVE DRUMMER BOY.
Major Ilcndershol and son arc
"drawing cards" wherever they
publicly appear, and the entertain
ment they give on the lirst night is
always sure to pack the house on
The peoplo of this State are be
coming familiar with the Major's
history and delight to honor him and
hear the music of his wonderful
drum whenever and wherever they
have opportunity to do so.
llo was tho drummer boy of the
9th Michigan Volunteer Infantry in
18U1, when but 12 years of age.
He was taken prisoner at Murfrees
borough, Tcnn., one year later pa
roled and discharged. Ho vctcr
aucd by re-enlisting in the 8th Mich
igan Infantry and at the battle of
Fredericksburg, Va. , performed
such gaIant and distinguished ser
vice that President Lincoln could
not withhold words of hearty praise,
and Gens. Grant and Meade and
Burnside cheerfulby tcstilled to his
commanding courage. Ho surround
ed and took prisoner ono of the
Johnny "robs" and in turn lost his
drum by having it demolished by a
blasting shell. Soon after ho par
ticipated in one of those desperato
charges that leaves but few to tell
the talc, and came out of it with tho
tokens of its terrors iu tho shape of
two wounds one in the face, tho
other in tho leg.
Is it any wonder that thoso high
est in authority should commend the
brave Ihd anil that Horace Greeley
should present him with tho lluest
druvn llio country could produeo?
Thoso who attend cither or both
of tho entertainments announced for
tho Major's appearance hi Napa will
hear music beat out of that identical
solid 6Jlver drum wit.li the gold-tipped
sticks that were presented with
it. Tho Post Boys' Gazette.
sThe cqlored peoplo of this coun
try have a medical college ami a
collego of dentistry. 'Vllis year tun
students graduated, tt the piedical
collcgp iu Nashvillo and three at the
DRY GOODS, FANCY GOOD
over imported into this Kingdom.
"Which I had manufactured
GOODS a large assortment. A large and well selected slock of BOYS' CLOTHING, in the
Latest Styles. I. will sell tho line at
JLVIV'OXuOlCrJBLEllfeJ COST TO JDJEIFY GOMPETITION !
Straw J Tats for Girls and J3oys. Traveling Trunks and Valises a large assortment.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and G5 Fort Street, - - Opposite Irwin & Cos
ur.Koiti: i'iii:srox, .r.
Monday, March 28th.
Tlios. II. Patterson vs. the bark
Kahikaua, libel of intervention.
Hearing upon claim of the captain,
G. N. Armstrong, for certain per
sonal property aboard the vessel,
said claim having been llled March
13, 188". The Court orders that
the Marshal make an inventory of
all goods and stores aboard the ves
sel, and that lie make a separate in
ventory of goods belonging to the
captain, G. IST. Armstrong; also,
that representatives or the owners,
of the captain and libcllanl may be
present at the taking of said invent
ory. His Excellency A. Ilosa for
the captain, 1 M. Hatch for the
vessel and owners, "W. A. Whiting
for libcllant, and r. A. Kinney for
the nine seamen.
An application for a writ of
habeas corpus was duly formulated
by Mr. "W. A. Kinney, of Smith,
Thurston & Kinney, on behalf of
Manuel Brito, a Portuguese. Brilo
was up before the l'oliee Court on
the 17th inst., aud pleaded guilty to
a charge of having opium unlawfully
in possession, under section 1, Ses
sion haws of 1880, whereupon ho
was lined 81,000, and committed for
two years hard labor. The petition
was granted, a writ issued aud the
hearing took place this forenoon at
THE MATCH INDUSTRY.
A match is a small thing, but
the manufacture of matches one of
the great corporations of this coun
try litis grown up. It originated iu
a combination of the leading match
manufacturers. The capital stock
is somewhere in the vicinity of 20,
000,000 to $25,000,000. Last year
a dividend of S percent was declared
on this capitalization. The combin
ation does not have entirely clear
sailing. It is obliged at times to
put prices down to the cost in order
to drive competitors out of the busi
ness. Talking at the Hoffman
House recently with John Bobinson,
the Chicago manager of the com
pany, he said: "They have got
matches down to a line point iu
Michigan. They are selling three
boxes that is, 000 matches, for 2
cents. There was a little factory
started at Grand Bapids. Matches
were then selling at S2.50 a case.
They put down the price a little and
we were obliged to meet them. They
keptrunningdown and wo kept meet
ing them until it got down to 81.25 a
case. Then wo took tjie initiative and
dropped to SI. The retailers had
stocked up at from $1.25 to 81.75,
which were thought bottom prices.
Now they had to get rid of the
matches at any sacrifice, and they
began to cut. When thoy had
slashed around to the dollar limit
one man, who had been losing trade
by the drive on matches, put his
down to three boxes for 2 cents,
That is '.)(! cents a case, or -t cents
less than ho can duplicate them for.
The other dealers offered to buy out
his entire stock, but ho wouldn't
sell. Ho saw his trade coming back
with the sale of matches at that
price," It btruck mo in this epi
sode HioYo was a photograph of
r American business life of startling
vividness. Cincinnati Knquircr.
I have been told Unit there are
about 5,000 male slaves iu the Chi
nese Kniperor's palace, a llguro
which is, of course, very dilllcnll to
control. The number, however,
must bo large, since that class of
individuals is alone called upon to
lll posts which everywhere else aro
usually given to men. Their busi
ness is to keep sharp watch over the
Kniperor's harcin, an institution of
no great service for the time being,
siuco His Majesty is yet a minor,
bitt in view of its lipcomiii!! service
able soinu day, and to, pay meet
homage to the rites of religion.
Thu Mmprcss selects the young
beauties admitted into this Chinese
seraglio, nipl alio 1ms to renew tho
pcr-ioniicl every three years, These
young girls are rccniiled among the
families of UioMuncliou olllcers, who
look upon the honor of having the
prettiest of their daughters in the
pvepuiiKl io show one ol' thu
especially for this market, and
I imperial harem as a means of attain
ing high rank. These young ladies
make their "debut at the age of
1 L and remain inside the harem un
til they arc 25 years old. If iu the
interval they, give birth to offspring
they by right become "daughters of
thu imperial blood," and remain
bound u ith the fate of the child,
for lie may becomu a "Son of Heav
en" and soveieigu heir to 10,000
kingdoms. If, on (lie other hand,
the young lady i caches tho age of
25 without yielding increase lo the
imperial household she is sent home
to her illustrious parents aud hon
estly weds a Mandarin of the place.
The legal ex-concubine of tho
Kmpcror is honored as a person of
high rank, having held at Court the
most exalted position. The Kmporor
is entitled lo seven only of these
legal concubinrs, but the number of
illegal ones placed at his disposal is
unlimited. That, accounts for the
large number of guardian eunuchs
engaged to watch over and serve all
these seraglio princesses, who are
placed under tno vigilant superin
tendence of the Empress.
Such manners appear very strange
lo us ul lirst sight; but genuine
Chinamen, who hold out staunchly
for ancestral worship, find them
practical and good, and ascribe to
them the results that Chinese civil
ization has attained. They can not
imagine how a nation can be en
dowed with better manners if it
hopes to endure as long as thu ages.
The throne and family are thus
i never without heirs. This institu-
tion of eunuchs is not of Chinese
' origin. It was imported, say tho
learned, from Arabia and Persia,
by a lenowned Chinese conqueror.
I It was at once adopted at the Court
j of the Mogul sovereigns, and lias
I ever sinco retained, in spite of vary
ing success, n portion of that occult
iniiuence which Orientals are so pas
sionately ready to stand up for and
defend. Journal des Debat.
Itapid penmanship is advantageous
at the Knglish universities. It is
said that ouo of the most famous of
modern Knglish mathematicians wis
beaten at his university examination
by a rival who had practiced fast
writing for some weeks beforehand.
Columbia College is to have a
new -gymnasium. The cost of the
building as planned will bo from
S 125,001) to 8150,000. It will bo
three stories high, cover four lots of
an area of about ten thousand square
feet, and, will be erected near the
170R llrsl.cliiss Onrrlajjts, good horses,
. ami civil ami e.rctul Urlveis, ring
up Telephones No. Iiafi. ltunicmbcr, it
t!osta no more lot u ride In a good cur.
ringollmn i I (loin i-a bail one. Homo.
lulu ChitIuko Oo., Stand corner of Fort
ami .Mcicliaut bti. 02 lw
LBS, J'VfU Himie-Mode Chow.
nil' ejuokp, or eo-eniicti Jiar.
Iicr' Pole", nail f'e'h. delicious Vanilla
ami Chocolate ('renins uhlch I (iniir.ui
tiu to hit I'.ir Miporlor anil fold t'hcaiT
tli'iu any Imported, til V HOKN'S 1'iotf
etc Steam Cindy Factory ami Bakery
and lea (Jreani l'arlor. 8.Tlf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour ti
olluri'il fur feillo by UONSAIVKS &
UO,, (Jiitcn Stre.'t. til
WE HAVE Just received per Aus.
tr.illu a ivjw lot of AitUls' Ma
leriilj, Khony Ware, liin"ket, Cabinet
Frnini'8, ltutio FruuiPH, etc. Anil we
are butter prepared than over to make
Cornices and Picture Frames, having
the largest and bust Bilucled fctoek of
Moulding In the Kingdom,. Kino
lluos.' Aut Sromi. at
l)u. Flint's Hiiaiit Ui:mj:uy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for l)i."eiihcs of KidnoyH
and UireiiUiaon, Descriptive book
with oveiy bottle. Ilcnson .Smith it
Co., Aconts 8&1
I'ATiioNi.i: Ilimiu ludiihlry by buy
ing cigars of. I. V. Iliugluy, Cigar
iMniiiihicturor, at the CryHtal SoiRi
Works, whom ho is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices, Island orders solicited
and promptly lillcd, Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no lieimso is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not (orcl tho
naiiiu ,1. W. Hingloy, nor tho pluco
Orvstal fciuhv Works, Hotel sttcct.
CO ly .
Largest and licat Selected Stocks
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
BZ3 Special attention is called to our stock of
AND CHILDREN'S WEAR
well worth inspection.
The Undersigned, J HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PAKLOR, '
Bcspcctfully informs the public that from this 'day on lie is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees iu all cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
In Honolulu, together with over forty years' practical experience in this
line of business, the subscriber respectfully solicits a share of patronage iu
this line of business.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Strcots,
Both Telephones No 74. (03 :im) Honolulu, H. I.
l.Mi'oiirim and DKAi.r.it in
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY
nt ton or
From tho Tcniplu of Fashion at gie.itly reduced ratei, we mn, oiler them to our
numerous pations at prices which do y competition.
These goods aro lirst class In every respect and consist of all grades and qual.
ities of ,
CI0I1, Sill for tin Eld Hi Poor ale.
In ollcriim; thi-ni lw our ciifltomers wo would mot respectfully draw their at- t
teulioii to the fact that wo aro giving iliciti thu biiiellt of our ohean bargain audi.
invito tho public In general to give us a call and examlnu llicsa goods beforo pur
chasing ulriuwhure. Our usual lluu of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FUHNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Ik too well known to nnvl especial conimont. of
Just Received at
Comprising the well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOllGS,
EASTMAN 'S A LOIIA, 1 rOYT'S COLOGNE
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Egan & Co.'s
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Hoilister & Co.'s
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