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Fine Hat or Necktie,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
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SATURDAY, FEU. 25, 1888.
' Feb 25
Btmr Itlnuu from wlndwaid potts
Stmf Likullko from Mnul
Stmr Mokolll from Molokai ,
Stmr Jns Makeo from Knpaa
Schr CninUo from Kuan
Btcam whaler Jlclugcr from San l?ian-
Stmr Kaala from Witlalua
Stmr O It Bisliop from Lahaina
Bgtno J D Spreckcls for San Frnnelsoo
Sehr Waloll for Kuau
Stmr Iwalaul for Lahaina and lltuna
kua at 8 a in
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Bktne Diseovorv for San Fi.inclsco
Stmr Kaala for Wnlanao and Walalua
Sehr Liholiho for Knkaiau
Stmr Kluau for tho Volcano and way
ports at 4 p m
Stmr KUauca Hon for Hamakua at 5 pm
Schr Canute for Knau
Stmr J A Ciuninina for Koolnu
Stmr Mokolll for Molokai at 5 p m
Stmr Jas Makeo for Kapaa at 5 p m
From windward ports per stmr Kl
nau, Feb 25 W R Cuthhert, .1 A. Ilcek
wlth, S Klmuia, Roht ISoyd. T It Key
worth and wife, Mrs W II Sblpmau, 3
children and servant, Miss Alice Woods
and servant, Er M Yamashita, Geo K
Ewart, Vf T Rhonda, W H Cornwall,
MisFSeholtz and daughter, M Soya,
J S Smithies, and 124 deuk.
From Kahului and liana per stmr
Likcllke, Feb 25 C N Spencer, D
Toomey, Mr and Mrs Ilakuolc, 11 Mor
llson and wife, Miss II E Carpenter,
W M Qiffaid. M D Mousant, G W R
King, T W Everett, Sister llonaventura,
A Burba, wife and child, E R Miles, Dr
K Yoshida, 4 Chinese and 80 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Likellkc 4230bags sugar.
Kinau 0,000 bags sugar, 81 pkgs hides,
150 bags spuds, 4 lioiscs, 25 tons old
iron, 130 pks sundries.
Bishop 2,520 bags sugar.
Makee 2765 bags sugar, and 25 bbls
Canute 3,200 bags sugar.
The Dora Blubm sailed from Hilo
last week with 500 tons of sugar for San
The W n Dimond ai lived at Kahu
lnl last Friday, 1G days from San Fran
cisco. The Case Bailed from Kahului yester
day with 1,000 tons of sugar for San
The J D Spreckels took for San Fran
cisco this noon 5,048 bags sugar and
1,805 bags lice. Value $33,055:88.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Maui wants rain.
Fine weather to windward.
A second hand
safe is advertised
No Blue Ribbon League entertain
The Arion Club meets for practice
Hamakua, Kohala and Hilo have
had abundance of rain this week.
A Dekby racing outfit, made of
silk, is on exhibition at Hewett's.
. m .
The Hawaiian Mission Children
Society will meet at tho residence of
Dr. Hyde this evening.
Mr. Geo. W. Smith has been suc
ceeded as purser of tho steamer Like
like by Mr. Ohna. Kibling.
The steamer whaler Boluga arrived
off port this morning, with a caso of
small pox 10 days old.
f m i
Molokai water pipes that went by
the Mokolii last Monday wore landed
all right, Mr. C. B. Wilson acting as
Capt. Harrison fell off tho rail of
the bark O. O. Whitmoro, this noon,
between tho vessel and thd wharf,
and was nearly drowned.
H. B. M. S. Caroline has been at
Kawaihae all tho week, and about 50
of her people have been having a
jolly time at Mr. Parker's place.
" This storo will bo opened again
on Thursday, March 1st," reads a
sign posted oii tho closed door of the
lato Geo, Engolhardt'a store.
There will bo a mooting of Ha
waiian Lodge No. 21, F. & A. M. for
tho purposo of work in tho becond
deg'reo, in their hall, this Saturday
evening, at 7 :30 o'clock.
A derrick was sot up at tho end
of the wharf, near tho fish-market,
this morning, to hoist up somo ma
chinery from tho U. S, S, Marion, to
bo ropaired at tho foundry.
About 70 Japs, whoso timo of con
tract sorvico has expired, canio by
the Kinau this morning, from 1'iuui
luui and Hilo, and uro going homo
by thVBolgio on tho 28th.
g i m m -
Hana, Maui, mill after boing
thoroughly overhauled Jias com
menced grinding, Tho first sugar
from that mill for this season
enmo by the Likeliko this morning.
At the rcsidonco of Mr. J, M, Sass,
corner of Chaplain and Fort Btreots,
at 10 o'clock a, in., on Monday, Mr.
Jas, F, Morgan will ull at Public
Auction, all tlio JioiiBelioHl furnituio
ml effects, and also, one family
,'lioreo, and one brake,
The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Vests.
Hv tho biignutinc J. 1). Srtreckolfl,
to-day tho Tost Oillco. forwarded 731
lottois and 211 packages of pnpois.
Tun annual meeting of tho Kn-
witilon, Raneli will bo held at tho of-
ilco of Bishop it Co., on Wednesday
afternoon, Feb. 20th, nl IltfO o'clock.
Mit. Yini You announces that Mr.
Hee Kau of llceia Koolaupoko will
act for liim under full power of at
torney during his absence from the
SnAi.Ei) temlera are called for by
the fionid of Health for the sale of
200 head of heifers fioni 2 to 3 years
old, and for their dulivery at ICalau-
A uAitnnn shop has been opened
over tho restauiant No. 88 King
street, wlicro gentlemen .aio ue
suied of having all work in that line
done in an artistic maimer.
Mkssiis. G. W. Maofailnnu & Co.'a
announcement to tho ladies is of
special inteiest. Tho innumeral
.goods spccilied will bo on exhibition
and sale noxt xuetuay anu weunes
day. Napoleon, famous for hoi so hook
ing, was ehught at one of his smai t
tricks the other day. A gentleman
oiToicd a reward to Napoleon if hu
would iind a lost horse, and Napoleon,
while untying the horse whoie he
had hid it, was greatly surprised to
find that the owner had followed
Tun funeial services for little Maiie
Louise, youngest daughter of Col.
M. L. W. nifd Mrs. Juli.v A. Kitchen,
will be held at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral on Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Friends of tho family are lobiicctfully
invited to attend. After the services
tho remains will be taken per Kinau
for interment in tho Makeo family
mausoleum at Ulupalakua, Maui.
Officer Hopkins, assisted by two
other policemen, succeeded in cap
turing five Chinamen at a fan-tan
game at Pawaalnst night. Tho offi
cers were disguised and had no
difficulty in effecting an enhance;
but owing to the numerous doois on
the upper sido of the house, neaily
all who weic participating in the
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this afternoon
commencing at 4:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme :
Quickstep Nanon G cnee
Introduction Cm men Uizet
Slow March The fcuitc Lachncr
Selection Maritana Wallace
Waltz Nation Qenee
March--Kaa Wai Bcrger
TRADE CLEARING SALE.
On Monday and Tuesday next,
commencing each day at 10 o'clock
a. m., Mr. Lewis J. Levey will hold
a great trade clearing sale, at his
salesroom, corner of Fort and Queen
streets. The goods to be sold are
from the stock of Messrs. Theo. II.
Davies & Co., and embrace dry
goods, blankets, iron roofing, white
lead, iron bedsteads, rice and sugar
bags, crockery, groceries, etc., etc.
Messrs. Davies & Co. contemplate
alterations and enlargements to their
premises, and to permit of these
being conveniently effected arc
lessening their stock. Liberal terms
of credit will bo allowed, on approv
ed paper, particulars of which will
be specified at the commencement
of the sale.
CHILDREN'S SCRIPTURE UNION.
A special meeting of the members
of the Children's Scripture Union of
London will be held at the Y. M.
C. A. Hall to-morrow afternoon at
3 o'clock, when all children and
young people interested in the sub
ject aro invited to attend. Mr, T.
H. Davies is anxious that the
parents should fully understand the
objects and natuie of the Scripture
Union, and therefore hopes that
those who can accompany their chil
dren conveniently will do so.
I I II II , HI J".
The weather here has returned to
its normal condition, owing princi
pally, as Ililoites suppose, to the
fact that our new Board of Road
Supervisors, have not overlooked
the "time honored" custom of com
mencing tho annual "dig over" of
the streets, about town. It is a
fact that such "annual dig up" al
ways has taken place near tho end
of a long dry spell of weather, so
that when the fiesh dirt is well
thrown over the surfaco, a two or
three days' rain will give us about 2
inches of slush to wade through, as
we have not a "wide walk" in town
But this is no "growl" about tho
new Board, in fact, so far, no one
can say any thing against their woik,
but only in their praise, Mattel s
seem to us, tho publio, to be, being
placed on a systematic footing, and
tho men wo have as our Board are
a guarantee that oiu money will be
spent honestly and to some purpose,
and not squandered on a useless
set of Road Supervisors. It is n
pity that wo could not, in our dis
trict, have the money that tho Kai
miloa cost us, spent on our roads.
But wc all feel, that wo must cut
our cloth according to tho amount
wo havo aud laho the pants llrst, if
we can't get the coat and vest till
A "Social Science Clnb" lias been
organized in town which held its
i Hi rTMr WC
Ladies' 6-BMfttid Gloves
For 91,00. At
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
! IT! IIIIWIIIIMIIIIII MaMlMMMVHMMnaHMMMMMH
llrst regular meeting at Judge Hitch
cocks on Monday evening last.
Such "clubs" do much for the
improvement of thoso interested,
and although this one is a "closo
corporation," yet tho outsiders hope
that in some near day in the future,
the said "Club"" will allow
some of its inteicsting essays to be
given to the public and they may be
assured that they will be warmly
welcomed. Every town needs more
of intellectual entertainments
than it gets on tho average, and the
open discussion of the topics of the
day will be a means of creating a
better public feeling on such
A very pleasant "hop" was given
by the young men of the place, on
Tuesday evening last, at the Court
House, at which the elite of Hilo
society enjoyed themselves for sev
eral hours. The room was beauti
fully decorated, by the combined
efforts of Mrs. Lobenstein, and
Messrs. Arnold and Richards. And
the "bright moon shone o'er fair
women and bravo men, etc." Mu
sic with its fascinating tones drew
man j' of such "fair women and
brave men" on to the lloor. An
elegant repast was scrvedat tho
ice cream parlors of Mr. Vierra and
all went home much pleased at the
success of the whole thing.
THE OTHER SIDE.
Editor Bulletin: Being strang
ers in this country and having no
acquaintance with any of the gen
tlemen comprising tho Board of
Health, we have no desire to fight
their battles : but as vou have
kindly given a column and n half in
your issue of yesterday to "Quaran
tine Suffers," in relation to this sta
tion, wc ask not quite as much
space in the inteiest of truth. So
much of that letter as pertains to
the Quarantine Station is false in
every paiticular, and wo unhesitat
ingl' pronounce that letter (in so
much as relates to this station), a
tissue of wilful and malicious fabri
cations. The barn spoken of is a
large, well ventilated building, and
does not leak. The doors can bo
kept locked if desired. Instead of
four wooden chairs, there are twelve
cane-seated chairs. The bedding is
new and in abundance. There is
no ".woman in chaige," the station
being in charge of Mr. Harry Smith.
His wife, an extremely kind and ob
liging lady, has not given any of us
mosquito nets, because there is no
need for such an article here. We
have been here nine days and have
not seen one rat in or about the
building. The members of the
Board of Health have not yet hon
ored us with a visit: there is no ne
cessity for their doing so during our
stay here, as the keecper, a pains
taking, obliging gentleman, who
thoroughly understands his duties,
has instructions to make everything
as comfortable for us as possible,
and he certainly obeys his instruct
ions to the letter.
"We are sure that "Quarantine
Sufferers" will not say that Mr.
Smith and wife are not the right
people for this place in every parti
cular. The entire place is kept as clean
as clean can be. The food is ex
tremely good, and the cooking ex
cellent, far sui passing that received
on the steamship.
To the Board of Health we desire
to return thanks for such comforta
ble quarters and attention, and we
prouounce'this the healthiest located
and bet kept Quarantine Station
we have ever heard of.
The only drawback is in not be
ing allowed to go to Honolulu. Wc
would suggest to tho honorable
Board of Health that a steam launch
be furnished this station and qua
rantined persons be permitted to go
to Honolulu as often as they desire.
In conclusion allow us to say that
we aro perfectly contented and will
ing to remain liore until the last
hour of tho eighteen days.
Wc have the honor to bo,
John Tiiout Mont,
Editor Bulletin: There aro two
aspects, as well as two sides, to this
question about the King's veto.
There is, first, the point of law,
Does the Constitution, by its phraso
ology, put the King's veto under
tho control of the Cabinet, for their
approval in order to its validity?
On this point of law, shrewd, sensi
ble men havo been divided in opin
ion. There has been tho usual
newspaper wrangling; und tho
lawyers havo pitted their skill, one
against another, in buttressing this
side or the other, with their argu
ments. Plain people get lost in tho
multitudinous mazes of legal dialec
tics, and kept out of tho wrangle
and jangle. They have their own
opinions, however, as to the leal
truth in the matter. Now that the
question has been brought into thp
com t of justice, jt has hocn fully
argued, unl decided by tho highest
authotity. All may not have been
convinced, by tho aeasoning, bqt all
must yield to tho decisive, bccaiiso
liook nt the Flno lilno of
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
authotitativo opinion of tho tribunal
of last resort on legal points. On
tho point of law and phraseology,
tho Supremo Court has decided in
favor of tho royal veto power.
But now comes n now aspect of
the veto case. It is a question of
acts and practices, as right or
wrong. It concerns the moral
quality of people's actions. It is
not a question of political responsi
bility as the phrase seems to bo
understood in this country, the con
trol of one person's actions by an
other. In these days of sugar trusts
and watered securities, of success
ful chicanery und moral irresponsi
bility, this moral aspect of the veto
case presents far more momentous
question, than any of the irrelevant
side issues, which may bo laiscd in
definitely as long as the wit and
patience of men hold out. It is the
question of fact, which since the
decision of the Supreme Court, has
put the veto question, in this new
aspect, beforo peoplo who arc out of
politics ; but it concerns every one,
who wants to see even-handed jus
tice the regnant power.in tho land.
Justice may be a blind-folded god
dess; but she is not blind. She
must show no partiality to one per
son to the prejudice of another.
But her hands arc free; or truth
and righteousness could not hold
the even balance in which every ac
tion must be weighed, and conduct
and character tested as right or
It is this aspect of the case which
puts us in a most disagreeable
dilemma. It is the facts before us,
so far as known to us, and not any
opinions of our own, one way or the
other, which make it difficult to de
cide. Who has the right of it?
That is the question ; not, Who is
responsible? There was no Consti
tutional Convention, and there has
been no report of the discussion that
led to tho adoption of the provisions
finally embodied in the Constitution.
But the Cabinet must know, aud the
Supreme Court must know, the
actual facts in the case, not accessi
ble to the outside public. In ignor
ance of the facts, wc arc put in a
strange dilemma. We must pre
sume, however, in view of known
circumstances that both Cabinet and
Supreme Com t know the facts: we
outsiders aic in a dilemma.
Here is one possibility. Tho veto
power was given to the King, solely
and absolutely, fairly and squarely.
But if so, why was the claim of the
Cabinet to a supervision and ap
proval of all vetoes put forward at
all? It will be noticed by those who
recall the history of these proceed
ings, that this claim of the Cabinet'
was first set up by the Attorney
General, not as an actual fact, but
as a grave doubt on his part whether
a veto message from the King had
any validity unless it was first ap
proved by the Cabinet. If the Attorney-General
knew, as a matter of
fact, that no such veto power was
given to the King why did his know
ledge take the form of a doubt?
And why have not his colleagues
been pronounced and insistent, in
supporting this claim, if it was right
Does our constitutional and "res
ponsible" government depend upon
stretching appoint ; turning to good
account a general phrase which has
the appearance, but only the ap
pearance, of legitimate applica
bility; making words mean so and
so, just what we would havo them
Here is another possibility. When
the Constitution was adopted, the
veto power was given to the Cabinet,
and not personally to the King. If
that was the fact, and the Judges
knew it to be the fact, why did the
Supreme Court decide that the veto
power was given personally to the
King? Would these honorable
gentlemen, on the ground of a
peculiaily worded phrase, inadver
tently admitted into this public
document of such vital importance
to all good government, givo to the
present sovereign, such dangerous
power, as every intelligent citizen,
not a Hawaiian, must know and sec,
is a dangerous power in tho hands
of any Hawaiian? What n splendid
opportunity these judges had to take
n broad and liberal view of this
question, and with supreme regard
to the public interests put in peril,
decide against entrusting the King
with .any absoluto veto power
What possessed them that they
should make such a decision its they
This Is a plain statement of facts
and their meaning, as thoy now ap
pear to men, who think they have
average intelligence and ionic senso
of moral responsibility. We, who
have gone in for Reform, find our
selves put in a strange, if not a false
position, by no action ofour own.
On this statement of facts, what
answer shall we givo to the question
of fact. Did those who made tho
Constitution give to the King tho
veto power, independent of his
Cabinet; or did they not? This is
not a question for the lawyers ; but
for every citizen to ponder ; and
answer if ho can. Whether wp
speak out; or whether we are sU
lent: whatoyor notion wo tako,
whatever opinion wo hold., helps
create tho moral atmosphere, and.
form tho public senHmpnt of this,
community, Whichever horn of
our dilemma wo take, wc feel our
selves impaled on ono point or tho
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Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
other, involving as these facts do, a
question of most serious moral, as
well as political,
FRESH, HOME-MADE WAL
uut Creams reduced to 30 cents
per whole pound, nt the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Bakeiy, Hotel, be
tween Nuuanu aud Fort stiecU. 71
T7RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
JO colate and Cocoanut Caramels ie
duccd to 30 cents per whole pound, at
the l'loueer Steam Candy Factory and
Baku 3', Hotel, between Nuuanu and
Fort streets. 7t
TURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
X and Vanilla Chocolate Creams(dc
llclous) reduced to 30 cents per whole
pound, at tho Pionker Sti:m Candy
Factory And Bakery, Hotel, ue
tween Nuuanu and Four streets.
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
forma Port, Madeira aud Malaga,
for sale in kegs and caea by
GONSALVE3 & CO.,
01 Quccu street.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
J rooms, No. 4 Garden Lane, the
second door fromlUniou street. Apply
on tho promises. 1 if
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will be gratefully lecelv
ed for tho use of the inniutes of tho
Branch Hospital for Lepers al Kaknako,
or nt the Lcner Scttlmunt on Molokai.
if left with J. T. Walerhouse, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
MISS. P. THIELE,
On Bcrctania street near Piikoi.
(Formerly McGuire's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary School.
Also, French and Guimau taught, and
Music Le3snns given.
72 MulunlTolcphonoNo. 501. :1m
A GOOD bized room with two win
dows in It, furnished or unfurlsli
ed. On second lloor, pi efei red. Within
ten minutes walk of business center.
Address this olllco. 72 at"
ANEW COTTAGE, on Foit street,
of four rooms, with kitchen, pan
try aud bathioom. Bent 912 per month.
Apply No. 7 Chaplain Street. 72 lw
MR. John Magnon is authorized to
collect for our account, and sign
receipts J. E. BROWN & CO.
Jan. 10. 1883. 1S35
Notice of Election.
AT the nanual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Mutual Telephone
'o. held on December 30, 1887, Ihe fol
lowing; gentlemen were duly elected to
serve ua "Ulcers for the ensuing year:
II. A. Widemann President,
II. Waterliotibc Vice-President,
C. O. Bcrger Treasurer,
C. O. Berger Secretary,
W. F. Allen Auditor,
Messrs F. A. Set aefei , J. H.Paly,
J. A. Hopper and A. Jnegoi
C. O. BERGER,
74 lw Secretary.
ltt,A A FURNISHED COT.
ffi&Mfc xi- TAGE, tuitable for a
mfiiin ?rfl small faniily, beautifully
louuted on Nuuanu Avenue, not len
minutes' walk from the Post Ofllco A
rare chance. Inquire at
74 tf GULICK'd AGENOY.
ONE lay horse, 15 hands, branded
'33' under mtitio, strayed from Pa
waa. Suitable reward will ho given on
leturning same to tho olllco of Wilder
& Co. S G. WILDER, ,11$.
WE beg to iutiiuHto that Mr. W. L.
Green who has hitherto, with
Mr. G. W. Macfarlnne, conducted our
agency here, retires from the same as
on 1st January, 13H. H
Mr. G. W. Miicfarlnnr, assisted by
Mr. Itobcit Cation, will continue to
represent our firm here.
MIKRLEES WATcON & CO.
Honolulu, 23rd February, 1883.
For Sai Francisco.
Tho Al Barkentlne
Will sail on or about the 21111 lust., foi
Sun Francisco. For freight or pabsago
78 8t H. HACKPELP & CO.
Tho Al Steamship
Will rail for Hongkong and Yokohama
on or about tho 8th ' f tbU month,
For freight or puugo having superior
accommodations apply to
73 Qt H, HACKFELD & CO.
!. 63 & 65 FORT STREET.
LINEN CARRIAGE ROBES $5.00 REDUCED TO $2.50.
GREAT BARGAIN IK LADE' UNDERWEAR !
TO CLOSE OUT THE STOCK IN THAT DEPARTMENT.
Remember Hie above mentioned articles will be sold
at such prices
!!!!!5!Z.'0NE WEEK""-' '
83 & 65 Fort street.
68 Opposite Irwin & Co.
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No. 85 F0ST STBEET, HONOLULU.
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Convoynncing a Specialty. Ricords searched and correct Abstracts of Title
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Real Estate bought and Hold. T.ixcs raid and Piopcrty "afely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Eooms, Offices and Land lcatied and rented, and rents collected.
Fire and Life Insurance effected in first class Insuranco Companies.
Custom-Houso Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorablo rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Article purchased or sold on most favorable terms.
Inter-Island Ordora will receive particular attention.
B3" All Business entrusted to our care wiU rcccivo prompt and faithful attention at
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Now York City and elsewhere, we feel competent lo attend to all business of an
intricate and complicated nature, or requiring tact and discretion, nnd respectfully
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FHESH GOODS from California on IC13. by each steamer of tho O. S. 8. Co.
A COMl'LETU USE OV . -.
CROSSE & BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
JUST HKCE1VED EX "ZEAT.AHDIA"
A FINE LOT OF '-NEW -ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES
A Very Choice Lot of W. 2. Taranaki Butter."
All of which wo offer to the Publio at TREASONABLE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats !
By ach ariivnl fiom New Zealand SOMETHING FINE
B. F. EHLERS & GO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE,
ONE OF THE FINEST LINES OF
EMBROIDERIES, LACES & CURTAINS,
EVER SHOWN IN HONOLULU.
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A. large assortment of
Composing tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUOTBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOIIA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
For SSitle nt Reasonable 3?rioes
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
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