Newspaper Page Text
Tlio Hawaiian steamer "Kaimlloa"
will be sold nt public auction on
TUESDAY, -May 1, 1888, unless
sooner disposed of by private sale.
LOllRIN A. THUUSTON,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflico, March 20, 1888.
000 (it oaw
151SHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
J3uiilc oi GuUl'orula, . IT.
Anil their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Kotli&chllil & Son, London
The Commercial Unnk Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Chrlstohuich, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business
rX' II 33
a Hit itftitl'Tirfin
Pfcdgcd to neither Scci nor Party,
lint established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1888.
Editok Bulletin: In your issue
of Saturday evening, March 31 st, I
noticed a communication signed
"Kaleidoscope," which seems to
convoy to my mind that a squealing
pig has been stuck this time. If you
will kindly allow me the space I
would like to draw a comparison be
tween this and another case of
which I have some knowledge.
A few months since, a man, on
whom a family was dependent for
support, was employed, by this Gov
ernment to run a certain machine.
The man was taken sick, and laid
up a few days, during which time,
the machine was run by the assis
tant of the aforesaid man. the assis
tant being a Chinaman. When the
man recovered and reported lor
duty, it was found that the China
man could run the machine and was
a cheaper man than the former run
ner, so the Chinaman was kept run
ning the machine, and the foimcr
man, who was one of our kind,
(who, with his son, was on hand at
the time of our 30th of June racket)
was permitted to look for another
job, and after wandering through
our streets for many days and meet
ing with no success, was finally
forced to leave the country where
he had spent so' many years and
raised his family, and seek borne
other land te find employment.
"When some friends of this discard
ed man made inquiries about the
case, the information was elicited
that economy was the watchword of
the Reform parti'. That settlqd it.
!No more was said. The mechanic
Now, one of our merchant firms,
(two of the partners of which were
out of the country at the time of
our 30lh of June racket), has got
left on a contract to furnish some
matting for the Government, and
although economy is the watchword
of the Reform party, and the China
man furnishes the matting cheaper
than our own kind, there is a howl
went up and a pile of foolish ques
tions asked about what the Chinese
have done, and statements about
when Honolulu was in need of aid,
all her youth, etc., (I might make
an exception here, by saying, ex
cepting those who were in Cali
fornia or some other place not here)
were ready to help.
Now, I do not belong to the Anti
Asiatic Union, and I fear that that
body will get little assistance from
our merchants and large firms until
those firms are made to sec that the
Chinamen aro undermining them,
and I do think the abovo case is a
, starter. Lot tho good work go on.
I am pleased to see that we have
a Government who have got tho
sand to btand by the watchword
Economy, and do not bhow partial
ity between tho mechanic and mer
Tho last few days have brought
some refreshing showers for the
Island of Maui, but it is still rather
dry, especially in Makawao and
other districts generally favored by
The exodus of foreigners still
continues and nearly every vessel
takes tome old residents awaj' from
our shores, most of them forever.
The Ferris S. Thompson, which left
last Wednesday week, took among
otUets, Mr. and Mrs. "Winter, who
for the last fl or C years havo been
residents at Spretkclaville, where he
was chief engineer of tho 6team
plows. Dr. A. II. Bailey, the genial
ami extremely popular physician at
Kahului, will leave by (lie next out
going steamer, for his home in Santa
Pnz, much io the regret of his
numerous friend here, who wish him
bon voyngo and ntt rcvoir.
As the time approaches for the
elect of the people to again assem
ble in the hall of wUdoin,that many
headed monster, politics, again raises
its head and comes out from tho
dormant state in which it has been
reclining since last session. Last
Thursday a meeting of electors for
Nobles was called in tho spacious
warehouse of Wilder & Co., at Ka
hului. The meeting which com
menced abont 2 :30 p. in. was at
tended by some forty of the leading
men of tho Island. The object was
to discuss the actions of last session,
to decide on the future course, and
to get tho opinion of tho voters on
the most important questions at
issue, as the Vetoed Governors' Bill,
Liquor Bill, and other measures
likely to bo the subject of legisla
tion in the coming session. Mr.
Walbrulge occupied the chair. No
ble Baldwin spoke at some length
on the various bilta introduced at
laBt session, especially those vetoed
by the King, expressing his views
cicarly and well. He was
listened to with interest and was ap
plauded at the close of his speech.
Mr. Laffcity indulged m some very
line rhetoric and expressed sensible
opinions on the different subjects,
but seemed iu some instances to miss
his point. After some remarks from
seveial of the gentlemen present.
Mr. Armstrong made a motion to
appoint a committee of 5 'tr draw
up a set of resolutions, and report
at an ndjourned meeting, to be held
3 weeks from that day, which motion
cariicd and tho meeting adjourned
about 4:1. 5 p. in.
No clew has yet been found to
the pcrpetiators of the outrage at
tho Makeo Mausoleum, although a
reward of $250 has been offered by
the sheriff for any information lead
ing to the conviction of the guilty
nartics. Sundrv robberies and
burglaries havo also taken place in
Makawao as well as Wailuku dis
trict, but the police have so far
been unable to apprehend the cul
prits. Why is this? Is there a
laxity and want of energy on their
part? It almost seems so.
The schooner Anna arrived last
Friday from San Francisco, 21 days
out, with a cargo of miscellaneous
merchandise, and a lot of hogs. In
dications are that Maui will have
more rain soon, which will lie wel
comed by all.
A party of ladies and gentlemen
went from Honolulu to the Volcano
of Kilauea by the steamer Kinau,
last week, returning home by the
same steamer yesterday morning.
The Volcano was found in a rcmaik
ably active condition. One of the
party, Mr. E. Zoctl, has kindly fur-
nibhed the following graphic descrip
A parly of twelve, consisting of
Mrs. E.P. Wiard, John A. Wood
and wife, IJ. Zoctl, W. Drievcr, E.
A. Judson, Z. T. Moore, Z. T.
Davis, A. Dottcrcr, G. Brown and
wife, J. A. Gonsalvcs, alighted by
the last upward trip of the Kinau on
the rocky boisterous shores of Ke
auhou, to cross that romantic moun
tain pass, for the famous volcanic
regions of Kilauea.
A pleasant ride of five miles on
horseback, and a further nine miles
lovely drive in a brake through an
enchanting park of nature's fernery,
brings the curious travellers to the
longingly wished-for Volcano House.
Expectation readied tho highest
pitch, when informed by the man
ager, Mr. J. ii. luauy, oi mere
having been felt, the night previous,
two distinct shocks of earthquake,
followed by distant continued rumb
ling noises, which, combined with
increased volumes of smoke, steam
and vapor arising from llalemau
mau and the thousand and one fis
sures and cracks of the crater-bed,
led our expert host to suppose an
also increased activity of the lake,
with a likely-to-follow continued
The weather being bright and
clear, our artist, Mr. J. A. Gon
salvcs, in company with an ardent
and sincere admit er of God's
glorious nature, set out immediately
after dinner, followed a little later
by the bulk of the party with guide,
in order to secure such good pnoto
giaphic views as the condition ot
wind and weather would possibly
Arrived at the scene the lake was
found to be in groat activity. There
at time3 were fountains spouting,
describing the most fantatic freak
ist pictures, interchanging with an
occasional rippling, then again boil
ing up of the entire surface, whilst
a continued mighty stream of ladiant
lava, as though emerging from the
crater, was evidently pouring into
the lake, -yitli a view of filling it
As wo stood there traiuiixcd, gaz
ing with admiration at the grand
display of such unbounded immens
ity of nature's unfathomable mys
tery, the glowing, rumbling mass of
brilliant lava rising gradually inch
by Inch, which we could distinctly
perceivo, it was at once made clear
to even an unscientific mind that an
overllo w must necessarily follow.
Now the lake was full and all
commotion. The oj-ydiseil surface
eventually swelled to a surging and
bubbling mass, a mighty spurting
up of mi enormous fire garb, a
craclilliig sound as of falling rockets
and a big wayo of shining lava had
trespassed across tho border, which
hitherto had kept it encircled with
a bccniingly firm and stioug crarp
but now having got vent, the dis
play of a glorious spectacle of lire-
rjaxJ&'jatuatgaiuic-iumi'fjaiuiii'' " " au.mm-iia.Bi&isi'.n,lj.i.vi wjLai-LjiaiuiLjjaifflrjtjiai.ijla'a
works, intensified by growing grand
er, tho overburden of that grizzly
mass of Shcol's waves, sliding
smoothly down the embankment,
relieved tho now lrccr and grace
fully splashing fountains, which,
steadily increasing, attained tho
number of fifteen, sending, at ono
time, -skywards tjieir glittering
spray. A few instants more and
the overflow became general, tho
liquid rushing all around down the
banks, tilling the crater-bed with
golden froth, heaping layer upon
layer, sending it sleekly down the
incline, illuminating in its course
tho now darkened heavens.
Language falls short to adequately
convey nn idea of this superbly
wonderful sight. The wildest
imagination will get left behind.
When beheld in reality there can be
but one universal expression of sur
prise and astonishment at the enor
mity of nature's all sublime ilrc-
wotks, which to imitate human
genius with all its ingenuity is far
too frail. An experienced literary
pen certainly may be able to deal
more propcily with tho subject.
The layman writer can only paint
with faint praise and encomiums the
magnificent inimitable work of cre
ation, which fills with an immaculate
charm an impressive sensitive mind,
that no occurrence in after-days,
however rich, ever can deface, and
which only can bo appreciated and
realized to its full grandeur and ex
tent by the fortunate beholder.
SUPREME COURT APRIL TERM.
JJOLU J. ritCSIDIXO.
Monday, Apiil 2d.
The Court opened at 10 u. m.
Argument was heard on demurrer,
and change of venue.
The following jurois have been
subpoenaed for this term : Hawai
ian Jurors II. F. I'eitleuian, Kben
Low, A. S. Mnhaulti, II. .S. Kila,
Kekini, J. II. Kaleo, S. 1'. Katioho
loa. 1). L. Kalauaia, Solomon Mc
huiila, Win. Fdmonds. YV. IJ. Rice,
David Bent, Nahora Ilipa, Ma
honey, J. W. Naukana, Liwai Kai
ama, II. Knliiuiwinui, V. II. Jarrct,
F. Harvey, J. Ilaalou, A. N. Gil
man and Win. Ilakalaau.
Foreign Jurors S. Kphraim, W.
C. Wilder Jr., IJ. J. Lillie, C. W.
Ilait, E. J. Spanieling, J. D.
Tucker, F. W. Wood, E. S. Cimlia,
A. N. Tripp, F. Tiirrill, W. T.
Khoads, K. W. Podmore, P. Opfcr
gelt, Jas. Nott, A. L. Louisson, P.
Muhlcndort, T. K. Moore. W. II.
McLean, L. La Pierre, Win. Lanz,
Pierre Jones, Allen Herbert, P. C.
In tho case of Okuu vs. Kaiaika
waha. Plaintiff moved for continu
ance on account of illness one of wit
nesses. Continuance allowed and
the case was oidercd to follow No.
S) on the Calendar.
Kini Karo vs. Keawe. Transfer
red to mixed jmy, April 2d, and
made No. 22 of the Calendar.
The King vs. Manhcim and Mur
dock. Defendant's motion for
withdrawal of their appeal. Allow
ed upon their paying lines and costs.
Mai tin vs. Kerr; motion of plain
tiff to strike demurrer off tiles. Al
lowed. Collector-General of Customs vs.
G. W. Macfarlane & Co., and the
bamc vs. II. Macfarlane & Co. Attorney-General
claims that defend
ants were in dcfaulL in not having
filed an answer. The Court ruled
that the defendants can answer.
Kanaloa vs. Quinn, and Kanaloa
vs. Union Mill Co.
In each case defendants jointly
made an oral motion for change of
venue to Waimea, Hawaii. After
aigument. the attorney for the de
fense agrees to file a written motion
supported by allidavit by to-morrow
morning, when the same will be
further argued and decision rend
ered. The Court then adjourned until 1
p. in. when No. 7 on the Calendar,
Kealainalu vs. Luhau, ejectment,
will be tried before a Hawaiian jury.
Two years ago Welshcns &
MoEwcn, plumbers and gas-filters,
of Omaha, Neb., inaugurated profit-sharing.
At the end of eight
months the firms divided SI, 100
among its thiity men.
The assoi lion i inndo that there
are at least one bundled successful
female drummers on the road, main
ly representing linns in Chicago,
Cincinnati, St. Louis and Louisville.
Government contracts for armor
platen ecosMta;e ..It. .lions to the
Linden Steel Wml.-. .it Pittshuig
that will cost over two hundred
BY a umnjr h'.iiamnn, n luttrpietor
and nansla or fiom lliiuctu into
Iviif-lUh and Irnm Enlli-h into (Jhinmu
Apply to Alilo, No. 85 Nuuauu struct.
rj"AVO nicely eiubroldewl Gents Rliirtp
X. were lost on Saturday evening on
iho Ewu tide ot tho liidjji'. The Under
will confer a favour by leaving tlicin at
the Elule Olllee, King s'l-i-et. 000 3t
account of my health and in
dcpaituta from the kinpdoin,
bills duo to me must lie paid on or
before tln Ut of Apiil ueM, or wi.l be
plnci'd iu the haudi of a ni'Hwt'r
!!C0 1w W. T. JtJIOADS.
SITUATION in a country stoic,
by u young man that can rtuu
and wilte boih English and Portuguese.
AiUUcss "M," P. O, Box C04. 800 Jw
Auction Sales by Lewis J, Levey,
Assignee's Bale !
By , order of Leo Tat Siim nnd Jack
Lung, Asilgiicss' of the Bankrupt
Estate of (Juong Yuen & Co., I
will sell at Public Auction,
at their stoic, No. 54
On WJMJESIAV, 4iit-il4tli,
AV IO O'CLOCK A. M.,
The Entire .-'took of Merchandise of
said bankrupt estate, consisting of
China Groceries I Clothing !
Stationery, Croekcrjr. Tobnoeo,
IBhu-xv Cnsus, Counter, Etc., Eto.
Also, Ono Platform Scalo !
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
COT fit Auctioneer.
TOURIST SEASON !
33aslvet Tannics !
Cocred with Leather. A few of those
Unbrcalcihlc Trunks to hand.
Solid Leather Portmanteaus!
FOK SALE BY
THBO. H. DATO & GO.
THE DAILY BULLETIN is a live
JL evening paper. GO cent-per month.
" TO JL.ET.
ONE Stable nnd
Inmilrc at the
npO tlicCrctlilois of the EMntc of P.
JL Kaiiiuiiikiolo & Co., ot Hum),
Mini, I'.iinUiiipls, tnko notice
That the iindci'signud, Asiirupe of
tliu I'Mntu of P. UnuiiniiUuolo & Co.,
u.uiktupto, lias prei aiuioiy to his lhml
ncumini and dividend biibuiltlcri li I - uc
ciinntd iih such us-siirin'c nnd Itkd lias
mine buf iv Hon. A. F Judil, Uiicf
JtiMicc ot tliu Supreme Court, at hie
(. Immbcrt, to whom he "ill apply sit 10
o'clock A. m. on FRIDAY, tliu l.ith day
of April next, far tcitlvinuiit of iaid ae
coiuits nnd for a disuliitige fiom all
liability as hucb assignee and fur an
order to make a final dividend.
And that any peison interested may
thin and thciu nppeur and conte-t the
niino. W C. PA It KB,
Asoifrnec Estate of P. Kiuimakaole
Honolulu, March 31, 18 8. 505 4t
nPO the Ci editors of the E-tato cf
JL James W Kahaldinu, ot Waimea,
Kauai, a lian'ciiipt, lake nuiiue.
Tiiat the unduiMuncd, Aosiirnee of
the hsl-ito of Janica W . Kihiluiinu, a
Hinkrupl, iiB ptcparatory to Ms Until
iiecouul and dhi li-i (1 Mitmiit'cd h ' a:,
counts ii tirli usbiiii-o anil futd li
siine bcfoic II m. A F. JwWl, Chi f
Justice or tliu Supr me Court, at l.io
ClKi'iilier, to whom h will a ply at 10
o'eliiLl: a. m on MONDAY, the fltli doy
of April next, for te I'ciiicnl of i-aid tie
Cdiinis and lor a iliochiiigc frmn all
liability a tuch a- ijn x- and for an
order in insiUe a tln.il iividend.
And that any poroon interested may
then arid thcic appeir aiid cont' Bt the
tame. V. O. 1'AltICK.
Assignee Eala'e of Jamej W. Kulw.
Honolulu, Jtfaioh "It, 1898. SO) 3t
Cooked Tarn Flour !
Tho New Process to make tho Best
cf Poi with, hardly any
UIE Hawaiian I'niit & Tnro Com.
pieparul to supply the public of Mono,
lulu and tin; other Io and-, nn ilia Und
day of Ap'il, 188S, with n new pu-pafa
tion of Tiro Flour called COOKED
TAHO TLOlflt. This riiflo U fur
Mipctior t'i the o'd raw T.iro Flour.
Thio arti lu is already cooked and it ie.
quires hatdly any woik to make the
best ot l'oi ami other iccci)ti, by add.
ing Cooked Taro I'iour to boili ig hot
walcr liko pripaiing coin meal your
I'ol is made at once. Those det ins
tour Pol will h ivu to let it (-laud !.'l
hours. If too thin or hour add futOi
pnsto of Cooked Tnro Flour. Our ie.
ceipts wilJi each b.i; will give full p'ir.
ticu'ars. If nur diiictioiis witli ench
bau aro stnctly fnlliwcd lt will not
fill to make the clcmust and bcslol
I'ol. This now pi ocess ol Cooked Tnro
Flour is made by lniichiiury to there
cannot be any dirtincso or lllthine-s in
1I1I3 way of milking l'oi. All giqcory
stores will bo furi.laheil with CiiOke'd
Taro Flour on the abovo date. Our re.
tall'piico jior 5 Hi. bag will be 40 cents
per Bag in Iltnoiiilu. Any ovir.eluirge
will liu lefundol by notifying AV. 11.
CuininingA, Hell Telephone No. 3!) All
aiders from the other ItOnuds can he
lllled by i-eiiulni- your order to
H. DANIELS, Manager.
H. CUMMINGS, Agent,
CS7"The Company i prepared if to
desiied to supply haul Poi, not inch, cl
ing lols of water, in one or more biuiels
or hag lots, at lowest possible prices.
rnilE undcrfcigned having been ap.
X pointed Assignee of the Estate
of 11, y. Laine, bankrupt, rcquets
all iicrsons who have cbiluis against the
tstalo of bald I. V. Lnino, bccured or
otherwise, to pmicnt Iho ciiine duly
hwoin to, iiurl all persons iai'ebted to
tafd Eitale nru icqucskd to make imiac.
male payment to
A J, OAltnVltlUllT.
AtslL'iieo of tint Elnte of It. AV.
Honolulu, Maich Jftth, ltp8. l Dw
'PHE ONLY PAPER nnd by all
X ciusfacs "Tho Dully Bulletin.'1 CO
cents per month.
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
AUCTION WA.I-12 OJF fc
LEASE ill BUILDING !
By order of Mr. W. T. Hlioade, I will
sell at Publlo Auction,
Oil TUESDAY, April 3rd, '88,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the premises, Queen street,
The Loaoo of tho Premises,
Formerly occupied by Mr. IUioaiIs ns a
carpenter fhop. Tliu Lease has
17 months to run tit a
Rental of $10 Per Month.
CSgrTheio U a large substantial build,
ing on the Intnl.
JAS. E. MORGAN,
On WEDNESDAY, April 4tb,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the reildcnto of Mr. V. T. lUmnits,
No. 2f0, JUerrtiiuiti street, ennu'r Here
tuiiin und Pllkol struts I will bill at
Public Auction, on account of di-pMiuro
The Entire Household r-'urnitiire
Lt B.W. Parlor Set
Upholsteied in ltaw Hilk,
Large Center Rugs, 1 Grand Piano,
Oil l'ainuiigs, Panel Picture?,
1 Handsome M.T, Bedroom Set
Spring ami Hair Mattnsscs,
Black Wal. Extension Table
B. W. Dining linom Chairs,
Crockery nnd Glassware,
B. AV. Marble T. Sideboard
Stoves and Uleiisllp,
1 ZPlmeton, in tyoocl ordei',
Etc., Etc, Etc., Etc.
JAS. E. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
On THURSDAY, April
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At tho residence of Dr. V P. Gray,
Ab ku-a s r-1 1, ( n account of di'p ir.
t rt) I iil smII at l'lilill- uc ion,
the lniio Ilou-ohold Furniture,
Large Center and Sofa Rugs,
2.1 ght Chandc'ier,
WickT ifoltiltin TtooUers,
Wicker Eay Chubs,
Jnp.ncfce & Chinese Vases,
Oil PaintiiiKM of iNlanil Heoucry,
B. W. JI irhli'-ifip Center Table,
Emb ouii red Euoy Chair,
Hand Painted Mirror, Lambrequins,
Etnbroldcicd Plush Banners,
Cnfuiins nnd Polos,
Carved B.W. Marble-top Bedroom Set,
1 15 W Hnrblctop Ucdroom Set,
Spiing and li.iir Matiro-c,
Mosquito Nets ai.d Pillows,
Black w. Extension 1
Diuing Koom Chairs,
1 Upholstered Lcuugo,
B. W. BOOK CASE,
1 Wot coster Tei Set,
Croi koiy and Glassware,
3Ie.it Safe, Garden llcte Also,
Stove & Utensils,
I Top Brake,
I Set Harness.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
ROYAL IRISH LINEN PAPER !
The undersigned hap just iccnivcd direct
fiom the Itoynl Ulster Works,
Iklfuhl, a specially flue
Marcus Ward's Letter Papers,
Suitable for Inter Island and Foreign
Also, Menu, Name & Ball Programmes
la Great Variety.
98J A. M. IIEWETT. Iw
Notice of Election.
AT the annual meeting of the Wood,
lawn Diiry Ja Stock Co, held
March SJOth, 18B8, tho following officers
were elected for tho entiling year:
II. IMIilliniham President,
T. W. Ilohion ...... Vlcf.Piesidont,
V. O Hniilh....,,..,,...Hucretary,
A. L Smith, Tietsiirer,
W. t Allen Audiiur.
The ul ovii llvo uilkcis couslltutu Iho
Board ol Directors.
WILLIAM O SMITH,
Honolulu, March 0, 18SS. 1 01 8t
r YOU WANT A SITUATION
advcrtUc in the Daily Bullktin.
The Hew and Elegant Fitted Store of M. McIMERNY, corner
of Fort and Merchant Streets,
jlo jm s ww ysii
Whoro will bo found an Elegant Display of Gooda of such
gradoB, as this corner lino been always noted for.
Entire N"ew Lines of Goods oulected by Mr. B. A. Mc-
Ineruy now -East. Among my very General
Stock -will be found
Kid Button Boots and
Ladies' Misses' & Childrcns'
i' it u
Ladies' Silk Hose,
Ladies' Silk and Merino
Ladies' Misses' & Ohildrens'
Men's Silk Undershirts & DraAvcrs,
" Perforated Silk Undershirts,
" Lisle Thread & Balbriggan Undershirts,
" Saxony Lambs Wool Undershirts and Drawers,
" White and Bed Shaker Flannel Undershirts
Aim-lo-India Gauze &
Boy's Undershirts. My usual Fine Assortment of
en's and Boy's Fine Shoes & Slippers
Men's Elegant Neck Wear, Very Choice Line of Sus
penders, Jouvins White and Colored Kid Gloves,
Gent's Fine Biding and Driving Gloves,
Ew Style &M iili's
- Mvl?!Pfe toTi
I have the most Complete Assortment in Elegant Fashion
able Styles from the best houses in the United States.
"Very Elegant Tweed and Cass Suits,
Black Dress Suits,
Black Frock Suits.
All My Clothing is Warranted Shrunk, "Well-Cut, Carefully
Made and Will Give Very General Satisfaction.
Razors and Pocket Knives,
Razor Straps and Brushes,
Tooth, JN"ail and Hair Brushes,
Flesh Brushes, Back Scratchers,
Hand Mirrors, (heavy plate) ,
Gloice Perils ai Oiler Toilet Articles.
Ladies' and Gents' Solid Sole Leather Trunks,
Gents' Solid Sole Leather Valises,
Gents' Fine Leather Traveling Bags & Satchels,
Shawl and Trunk Straps,
Traveling Rugs, (very fine) , which every traveler ought to
The Usual Fine Stt
Ladies' & Gents' Gold and Silver Chains, Solid Gold nnd
Silver Jewelry, Dimonds and tho famous G0RHAM
STERLING SILVERWARE, warranted 925 Fine.
62TN. B.No Plated Goods Sold in thi3 EatabliEhracnt.-a
Thanking the public generally for the very liberal
patronage bestowed on this house during the last 25 years,
and soliciting a continuance of the same at the !Ncw Pre
mises, Tlio Ulerics win be
ij- i j- n i.wi!,.
to all ladies and
Honolulu, March 9, 1888,
& Child tens'
Peb. & St. Goat But. Boots;
Dongola Tvid Button Boots,
Shoes & Slippers, yari. styles,
Lisle and Balbrig-an Hose,
of Lift' Gent's & Boy's-'
l.ouuci ready and willing to cour-
i ii .j. i--u:
gejiuemen visiung una
vmmuw i ill HU) ii'fi uMmmffBm f
rn -I.-V jjl p ,AJL ,. YX&