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THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 1888.
Sehr Ilaleakala from Pcpcchco
Solir Katviilhinl ftom Koolau
Ustno V Q Iiwin for Snn FrnneUeo
31k Lady Lampion for -nn FinneUeo
Stiur Kaala lor Wnlnlua and Walannc
at U a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MO RROW.
Stnirlwalanl for Lahaina ami llainn-
kua at t) a m
Stuir 0 H IliMiop for Walnnac, Walalua
ami Koolau at !) a m
Schr Mnnuoknvvnl for Koolau at-3 p in
For San Francisco, per bgtnc "V O
Irwin, Oct 11 Miss Cooley ami Mr (J 1
. For San Francisco, per b.irk Lady
Lanipnii, Oct 11 H Wong Hoy.
Brit 1)1: Ciuniivoii'.hhc, Williams
Sehr V S Bow no, Blithni
11 11 il S Coriuoruiit. Japor Xlcolls
Bjjtno W G Irwin, McCulloch
Ship Daniel Baruci, Strover
US S Alert, Gialiam
Hawaiian UK Lady Lninpson, Sodergien
Ilk O 1) llryant, l,cc
.. Tim 1 i:i 1 1c I.iitlv 1 .million K:lilccl for
San Francisco tliU afternoon, with 10,!I30
lings of sugar, l,.")iiS thy hides anil 0
bales of goat kins. Valui' $(M,0jT.71.
The Irwin took for San Fiancisco this
afternoon 2,G3U bags rice. 1 bug coffee,
and J OS empty kegs. Value 12,031.05.
The lug Elcu got stuck in the iniitl on
theEwa lde of the bay, while towing
a Kakaako hoi ie, this inoriiing,aud was
towed off by the steamer Makee.
The luuricanc or cyclone, encounter
ed by the brig.uitine V G Irwin on her
last tilp fioni this poit to tan Kiancioo
was lemaikable, and a few notes from
tins captain's journal 1 published for
the benefit of -hip niastcis.
Sailed fioni Honolulu on Aug 12th, at
11 a in, discharged pilot at 11:30; had
light easterly an suutil 4 p in, th- n a
gentle biee.e spuing up fioni the north.
At op m, cape Makap u hoicN AV by
compass, distance 8 miles; bi eeu X li
liyJK, late C knots; barometer 30.20. At
7 p m, w ind frcsli from X X AV, heavy
S 12 swell, dark gloomy -ky to S 1),
barometer 30.10; began to shoiten sail
course XE, 10 knots. At 8 p in, fich
gale from X AV barometer iO.SO; ailing
under lower top-sail, foiesail, uiainstaj'
sail, jib and ft)!e-lopniat stay-sail,
course NE, rate 12 knot . At ii p m,
licrco gale fioni AV X AV, course K, late
14 knots baionictcr 20.S0; blew awa
foiGSall, null lit O.OO, lu,ci-tupell. ntt
0 knots (essel under' bare poles); at
this time the wind was blowing so hind
tliatittfas impossible to make oneself
Ileal d ; tlie vessel was setting at times
into the sea and smotheiing foie and
aft, t) dark could not tell what direc
tion the seas weio rmiaing, rain con
stant and heavy. At 10 p in, baionictcr
29.05; wind howling, mtenselj d.uk; set
main-staysail, reefeed, and l bunded to
poit tack; blew away main-staysail
when lounding; paid hawser over port
bow and put weather cloth in main rig
ging; ef,el rolling, pitching and woik
ingfiightfully. At lip m, windSAV;
drift X 12 hv compass, 2 knots por hour;
barometer 20 r0. .Midnight, wind S 32
strong gale, th if tX AV 2 knots; baro
meter 28.80, fi out this timo until Aug
13, the wind was fioni the S 12, a moder
ate gale; ?ea confused; barometer 20.80;
dtift N 32 2 knots. Fiom Aug 13 to Aug
14 at noon, wind S 3'2, fic-h bieeze;
barometer 20.00, course X, I ate 4 knots;
heavy confused sea: position on Aug
14 at noon; hititiito (by obseivation)
23.30 X; longtituto fbj' obseivation)
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A fa'roiti: nt AA'aiahia is to let.
on the Kalihi road is pro-
Tiie Central Union church has
appointed city missionary for another
A noiici: in Gcinian for tho nicm
hcrs of tho Aiion Society apiiears ip
WoitK on tho water pipes on Ala
kca street wiib icsumod this morning
by a laigo foico of men.
I)o not foigot that Mr. H. II. Rose,
is tho gcnui al agent in thepo islands
for tho Mutual Life Insiiranco Com
imny of New York.
At noon lo-duy Mr. L. J. Lovoy
Bold 33 bhaicof Kawailo.i Itanch
Company Htock at. 1:i3 per phaio to
Mr. John II. Paly. Total $2,178.
Tin: organ iccital at Kaumakapili
church this evening, commences at
7 :15 o'clock bhaip. Tickots, twenty
fivo cents, will l)o on nalo at the door.
Thu odlccis of tho AA'ailuku Sugnr
Co. for tho onbiiing year tiro: Prct-i-dont,
Ar. II. lluilcy; Tieabiuor, P.
O. Jones; Secretary r. AV. Hall ;
Auditor, M. P. Itobiiibon.
Brit, J. P. How on will not open his
Euiopean Luiichioonis until ho has
Bccurcd tho berviccs of n profcbhional
ahort-oidur cook. Ono is exjiected
by tho Austialia on Tuesday next.
Tin; marriage of Mr. John Good
null Miss Ohilbeig, takes placo this
evening at 8 o'clock, at St. Andrew's
Cathedral, tho Nov. Alex, Mackin
tosh peifoimiug tho ceremony. Tho
wedding will ho private.
Thk regular iiicoting oi tho Debat
ing Society will be held this evening
at tho usual time anil place. Sub
ject of tleluto, "Hesolvcd that u re
publican !b bettor than a monarchial
government." Mr, J. I Smith
iilurmntive, M, A. Vogol negative,
tl. S. SuLvtuH, bankrupt, has Ueou i
discharged from his debts. j
Tnr.itl! will be a foci.il and musical
and literary entertainment this even
ing, nt tho vcstiy of the Central
Tun alo of horses undcawiagcs in
front of L. .7. Levey's salemonms nt
noon, attracted n laigo attendance.
Tito sale realized $1,000.
Lawykk Ncuniann said this morn
ing ho wan always ready to hnvo n
cao continued, to givo tho counsel
on tho opposite side a chnnco to col
lect his fee.
Two vessels left for San Fumcisco
to-day, the Post Ofllco advertising to
send mails by them. It is doubtful
whether they n-ach the Coast bef jrc
Tun annual meetings of the Pacific
Sugar Mill and tho llonokaa Sugar
Company will ho held October 17th
and 18th respectively, at 10 a. in., nt
the ofllco of F. A. Schaofcr Co.
Onu of the actors of tho Chinese
theatie Tai Ka "Vii, was in tho Police
Court Hub morning, on n charge of
assault and battel y. As the prosecu
tion was not l cady a nolle pros, was
entered. Tho Com tasked Hon. Paul
Neumann, one of tho counsel, what
part tho defendant look at tho thea
tre. Tho learned counsel said his
client was tho leading actor, and ho
thought he took the part of Emperor
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Orgau recital . at Kauuiakapili
Church at 7
A Honolulu Rillcs, at
Knights Templar at 7:30.
Social entertainment at vestry of
Central Union Church at 7:30.
Debating Society at 7:30.
hv r.. j. i.i:vr.Y.
At 12 o'clock noon underwriter's
sale of beer, vinogar and market
11V J. I MOKC.AN.
At 10 a. m. regular cash sale
(icad advertisement for list of
goods), also a large quantity of
At 1 1 o'clock one black walnut
A KOA ALBUM.
In the photographic studio of
Mr. J. J. "Williams, Fort street, may
he seen a very handsome photogtnph
album, something entirely new. It
is made of koa wood inlaid with
three or four different native woods,
and was made by a Portuguese. The
allium is intended for views and is
wll wnrtliy nf iiieppptlon.
TlIUItSDAY, Oct. lltll.
Frank Koach, Harry Claik and
Geo. Gathknecht had each to pay
the usual amount for drunkenness.
Adolph Bruns charged with vag
rancy, was sentenced to sixty days
imprisonment at hard labor. Tho
prisoner was found at Marshlleld
asleep under a tree.
Akai, for having opium in posses
sion was fined 50 with 21 hours
The new stock of millinery at the
Popular Millinery House, X. S.
Sachs' proprietor, has attracted the
attention of a large number of
ladies. Many handsome bonnets
have been sold, and as there aic
only a few more left, ladies should
await themselves of the opportunity
of calling early to avoid disappoint
ment. This department is in charge
of Miss Kclley, a laihy who gives
cntiic satisfaction and turns out the
most stylish work. Arisitors to this
store receive the politest attention.
AN OPIUM SMOKER'S PLEA.
Akai, a Chinaman, was up before
tho Court this morning for having
opium in possession. On being ar
raigned he pleaded guilty. His
counsel, Hon. AV". R. Castle, asked
for n mitigation qf sentence, as the
defendant who was in ill health, had
been ordered a course of treatment
which included the use of opium,
He had held a certificate under the
old law, and it was his first appear
ance before the Court. Tho outfit
used by Akai was produced in
court. Judge Dayton lined the de
fendant 850, witli twonty-fotir hours
imprisonment at hard labor.
FIFTH ORGAN RECITAL.
Following is tho programme of
the fifth organ recital at Kauinakn
pili church, this evening, Octo
ber 11th, at 7:10 o'clock.
Kuiunakiipill March hi F Major
livening Piaycr Smuit
Sir. Wi ay Taylor.
Hong Echoes Shellov
Kuv. A.l). liell.
Offci toiie hi O Major Wcly
Sir. Slyiou II, Jones,
Pong The Vnlluy of Shadows. ...Hani
.AINs Mabel llhoth's. Violin obllguto lv
hleiit. 12. It. Peaia, It. X.
rantasla P.istoialu AV. T. Host
Guild Offeitoholn K Major. ...IlatUto
Mr, Vi ay Taylor.
Song Tho Waiting Ifeuit Tony
Miss I'ledeileKa.I. Nulto,
Cujus Anlimun (Stubat Mater)., Itossiul
Ti io I.argo , Handel
Violin, Lieut, I'ears. Viollncello, my
Taylor. Organ, Myion Jones.
Anthem E Hoouanl Maiou
Kauiimkaplll Chmch Choir,
AVar Maich (Athallo) MendeUsohu
Mr. my Taylor.
Tim Polico Guliti room wjh crowd
oil willi Chinese ihu morning, o..
pectinrr to he it the ease of the ten
Chinese charged with home common
nuisances. The arrest was inado a
tlay or tuu ago at, the Chinese thca
lio. Six olfi-r Chhiunu'ii wore nlo
charged with assault and battery. A
nolle pros. wn ctitcnd against the
sixtocn defendati's, it being stated
Unit n uiutunl uutli'is'aliUitig had
been nriivcd at.
THE BATHHOUSE CASE.
The case of Charles Moltcno, scl
ling spiiitbiu-. Itquoii in Honolulu
within Hie th ie months of mid pre
ceding August Solb, 188S, and more
particularly on that date, came up
for trial in the Supreme Court this
morning betore Mr. Justice Me
Cully mid a Hawaiian jury. This
is Moltcno's second offence, and an
appeal from the Police Court, when
on September oili he was found
guilty and sentenced to four months'
imprisonment at haul labor ami fin
ed $500, with SC90 costs. At noon
two witnesses for the piosccution
had been examined. Deputy Attor-ncy-.Gcncral
Peterson appears for
the Crown, and J. L. Kaululcoti for
KEEPING OF ACCOUNTS.
A Ti:ST CASE UN'DElt
A Chinaman, Lau Kin, was charg
ed in the Police Com t this morning
with not keopini: his books in tho
English, Hawaiian or some Euro
pean language, he being licensed on
October 2d, 1888, to bell goods at
retail in Honolulu, contrary to cliap
tcijllSession Laws of 1888,tlie same
beum "An Act tt) regulate the keep
ing of books of accounts by wliole
salp ami retail licence."
This law it will he remembered
was passetl at the last session of the
Legislature, and this is the first ar
rest under it.
Deputy-Marshal Hopkins said
that, in company with Hang Sam ho
visited the defendant's stole on Ho
tel street anil ticked him how ho
kept his books. He said he kcj t
i hem in Chinese, as he knew no
Quong Seang See was employed
by defendant and know all. his
books. Defendant was solo owner
and proprietor of the stoic, and the
books aiu not kept in the English,
Hawaiian oi any Europctn language.
Tho case was continued to tlie
12tli for judgment, the defendant
being allowed to be at large on his
SOME HQrASLE PICTURES.
A ropicM'iiUtivi of thispjpir had
mi oppGiimiiiY 'jf i low ing tlie nu
merous pioturcs which aie being un
packed and arranged at G. V. Mac
farlanc & Co.'s store preparatory to
a crand exhibition. Tlie invoice ar
rived a shuit time ag on thu ship
CoukeriW'iilh from London, and
judging fiom the vmi'iiis subjects
depicted and tho numeious marincb,"
ligure, histoiical and gome piclmcs
bore dij-i ! lyul, they were very judi-ciou-ly
Arriving at the head of the stairs
one come-, upon a veritable picture
gallery; the effect is like a trans
formation scene. The long counters
have been removed and handBome
rugs are on the Iloor, and small ta
bles covoied with costly bric-a-brac
are placed here and there. At the
end of the lull, between the beauti
fully draped windows hangs a large
iniintel-iniiior whose golden shelves
hold sevres vases and dainty Dres
den ware, tlie whole being set off ef
fectively with huge jars of potted
On each wall hang pictures of all
sizes, ranging from the larger stately
histoiical subjects in oils suitable
for a richly furnished family man
sion, to tiny dainty water colors,
just the thing for my lady's boudoir,
and all subjects from sublime, senti
mental, picturesque and frivolous.
They havo been hung and arranged
with painstaking discrimination and
show evidences of the supervision of
lOnuinerating so many would take
too much space but one must rc
maik a few ol the most attractive.
Two huge original subjects in oils
by George Itcad are "Gypsy Girl"
and "Uady und Bagpipes." In the
Hist a tall southern beauty leans
against a marble pillar and gazes
with dreamy eyes out of the picture.
The color is rich and low in tone full
ol the tli owsy splendor of southern
skies, and a g ud companion to the
other which ropicsents a girl hold
ing hug-pipes ; a beautiful creatiiro
of goncrou-, euivcs, while the dis
tant effect picsents a view of the
city of Capri with long shimmering
lehVetions in the water. Those are
boih frainul in heavy mouldings of
In the mutter of fiames there aio
two that aio paitiettlaily attractive.
They are wide ami lint, containing
in Inih-relief ilu- stems mid leaves of
the Sooth thintle, the ical uiticlo be
ing attached to the uioin and glided
to make the tffoctnioro natural;
the-e pi i tly frames contain pictures
cqu.illy titti.'u ti.i.
A Norniandiu acouo painted by J,
C, Slono looks rcfifhhiuuly cool
these hot days, with its fog and wet,
and sturdy simple libber folk.
That well known "The Favorite"
has hero an excellent copy in oils by
J. Dekot. Tho engraving is fami
liar to all the lull giaceful girl
extending u Jupely arm to a vvliito
Then, aie four umall but exqui-
iHfJv tuWleit-liimilllg tIciurcb fulj
nf dash ahd spirit of the Held that
will reward careful inspection.
Tlicio are only two chromos in
Hin exhibition, but their piquancy
must ha their excuse, and also tho
fact that they aro aitist's proofs.
They aro simple love scenes "tho
old, old story," hut told in a way
that will win a sympathetic smile
from every observer.
One gay little corner is devoted
to water colors. "The Maid and
the Magpie" bcwitehingly suggests
the old song, "The Moid and the
Magpie kopt talking all day."
The saucy little person leaning
htfck upon n garden scat is glancing
roguishly at the raven who struts
solemnly in the foreground. All
the accessories, door-way, llowcrs,
etc., are delightfully dashed in.
Another water color and there
are several exquisite ones 5 by 2,
Levis. In the foreground the waves
dash up against over-hanging cliffs,
a few ships float upon tho waters, or
the distance merges into purple
A few of Mr. Strong's smaller
pictures occupy a space to the right,
and his frank honest work from na
ture has the real out-of-doors flavor.
They are just the pictures to send
home across the seas to our friends,
for no photograph can give tho ef
fect of some of his mono-chroms of
island scenery. He also has two
small oils of tho Volcano and Dia
mond Head. The former, an ex
quisite picture with all the sugges
tive honor of Madame l'ele and yet
no garish contrasts. Tho Diamond
Head is fresh as nature, glinting
with sunlight and sparkling with
sea-foam. They aro the best small
pictures wo have seen by this artist
since lie came here.
By all odds the gem of the col
lection is a holiotyo after the cele
brated original of Gabriel Max. The
subject is one of tlie most touching
incidents of the New Testament,
whore the Saviour stops by the way
side to heal a child. The mother
raises appealing eyes full of mute
misery to His face, clasping her pale
lying boy in her arms. The per
'sonification of Christ in this figure
ts confplete tho grace of the atti
tude, the noble sweep of thjg drap
ery, and the serene beauty of the
head are all, with consummate feel
ing, snboidinated to the expression
of divine tenderness and sympathy.
THE WILLS OF S. O. WILDER AND Z.
V. SQUIlir.S RKFOKE THE COUKT.
In the matter of the estate of
Samuel G. AVilder, befoie Dole, ,7.
The taking of testimony of the sub
scribing witnesses to the will and
codicil was begun on the 2nd inst.
and concluded on the 8th. The
Court this morning ordered that said
will and codicil be admitted to pro
bate and that letters issue to lions.
A. F. Judd and AAr. F. Allen as ad
ministrator with the will annexed
under bond of 50,000.
A renunciation of their appoint
ment under the will, was filed by
the following named executors : AV.
C. AVilder, C. L. Wight, G. F.
Wilder, Samuel G. AVilder and A.
F. Judd. Hence the appointment
of the above named administrators
with the will annexed. The will
dated March 10, 1880, was witness
ed by Samuel B. Rose, Ym. G.
Brash and AAr. It. Sims. The codicil
dated November 1, 1887, was wit
nessed by Samuel G. "Wilder, Jr.,
Charles A. Kibling and Win, G.
Brash. All these witnesses not be
ing in Honolulu on the first day of
hearing, necessitated the continu
ance from day to day.
The estate consists of stock in
lumber business, shares in the AA'il
der Steamship Company, Kahutui
Railroad Company, Hawaiian Rail
road Company, Honolulu Ice Works,
money and effects, the estimated
value of the wliolo of which is put
down in the application for probate
at 8200,000. Besides this valuation
the life of deceased was insured in
various companies for about $05,
000. The administrators were or
dered to advertise notice to crctii
tois in the English, Hawaiian and
Portuguese languages and within
sixty days to file their inventory of
the property of the deceased. There
are several devisees mentioned in
the will. Mr. A. S. Ilmtwell ap
peared for the pioponents of the
will. No opposition was made.
In re estate 'A, Y. Squiics, of
AA'aiahia, Oahu, deceased, before
Judd C. J. The application of the
widow Mrs. Harriet Squires, for
probuto of the will was heard and
granted. Tho widow and Gaspar
hilvn, were tho executors named in
the will, but thuy renouncing, the
Couit appointed Hon. W. O. Smith
as administrator with tho will
aniexed to act under bond of $1000.
Tho estate consists of a house lot,
pasture land, horses aud cattle in
Wnialua, on this island, valued at
S 1,000. The will devises all per
sonal property to the widow .abso
lute, and the real estate to her for
life, and aftr her death to go to
one Mis. Franceu K. Jackson, sister
of tho deceased. Hon. AV. O.
Smith appeared for the widow ; AV.
A. Whiting for the said Mrs. Jack
son The deceased left no children
or ' OoraforUbly Fur.
nihhed Rooms at 6JJ iw
ok, Aho, 1 Kh'jjuntly Kur.
nUlud Heom tullublu for two young
meu. Apply No, B Vn'on btroej. go lw
Xcilcctunittrtit Kcod nt tl. rgtri U c t
Vtr line for thrtrttimtttlnn, unrf Si atapti tmc
tvtru adilillomtl inetrllon.
J cood to
OLD ! Hal vny
!oloii Cr 'ler' o.
day at thu
ILL bo rrcelvvtt hv w' vm ',
Trin-tee, no to : ! I7rtj.i
NEXT, October 18ih ar 12 J . "- - r i.
fin ihc i-U ply of Fe !i M t ! r u
Lunnlllo II. iue for 1 veir, liotn -i'.
ember 1, 1SSS.
Tlie Ti utecs do not bind themsilres
to accept tho lowest r any lender
For further particulars apply toA
12. II. Dcvcioll, al Lut.alllo II me.
AA O. SM1TU,
Honolulu, Oct , 183". Oii In'
Life Insurance Co.,
OF NEAV YOUK.
Cash AstaU. December 31, 1887
Those who desire safe aud profitable
Life Insurance aro itiTitcd to apply to
S. J). KOME,
Honolulu, General Ajent, llawaiinn
Iblands. oct-9 88
PER "W. S. BOWNE."
Hay, Grail M k Ftar.
Hard Brick & Lime
FOR SALE CHEAP BY
J. F. COLBURK & GO.,
0.1 Queen Mi eel. Iw
Soxixctslxiiift- New !
AVhose "ad" is it A by,
Who has npeiicd a
Coffee Saloon, on Hotel Sreei.
A Hot Dinner is provided 12vcrr
Duy from 11 :'.V) a. m. to ' i ji.
CPComc Ami try his Coflee, elCySa
BY m 8. S. ZEALAMA
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
AVill receive a lino line of
Lace Curtains S
ii gonei.il luihortmi'iit,
AA'hich vvo will ohVr at
CHAS. J. FSSHSi,,
Tho Leadiiif,' Millinery Homo,
Corner of Fort lb Hotel atrnets.
il'iW fMllP i
1 ILlffi lata
(S ahti 65 PORT STREET.
Dojs' Scbol Skirts, Bop Sift-
$B" AT VERY LOAY 1'lUOEtJ j&
A Large Assorioit of lite Dross Goolls!
Are will close out at a
S3 C!?AT REDUCTION 'SO
IC0 For Gents, Ladies,
-3 r 3B
.i . -ISA
imm m -str- em ESssxHEar i
TSCiAJiH .& COIVJEJPvWS".
Gent' s Fur nieiiiii Ecods, &c.
To lie fwil ia 17 M in Ue Kittgdom !
"Wm. O- Atwater
Grant Msuri::'je flcense.".
Itonolu!.' Ii m AVorks Co.
JAMES -tlft CARTY
Can lie found next ''"ii o the P. . I
OlUi'e, .viiMi'ianl rtci.
HnckHXoN. 18.. -17, . 75, 38.)
W'aijoiHit lu 1 1().
Mutual B90-aTELEPHOriESar Boll 201
Pioneer Shir! Factory
Of Honolulu, No. 17 Emma Rt."
The iindcrciijrinl tccii tt hiforo tl.e
public of tlivhn lhlnuilis tlitit mi i iiinkiiit;
SsliliWw ly 3l4aMui:icnt I
Olicciituifl forself-iiHiHiir-'iny t v. Ill
he t;Ivfii on pp.lc.itloii.
VihlteShlrts, Ovorslilrts & HlfiUt Gowbs
V tit guiiriiiiitiu by nitiUIng n ii uijih
hhlri to o ory ouler.
Island order solicited Bs".l Tolcphonc 410
A. JJ. aKIJlW.
Tool dares i
flii Sift & lock Gi.
Of Canton, Ohio, U. 8, A.
Having oitnhll lm! i Aqano hi Un
Ohy for Hie -u ol ihir ipatca.
UjIU v , ' h Ii i i
Surpassed by one
' . lUeh Mm iu il.a v.n ij, an op.j.ii u
nilylsdlfurt.il id ii1 i ') riutc i ':. .
tlonnf tltolr V,du ')! ir 'in I'iu ,1
Theft to i.upnjy ilitm uv on tei-ii
whh.h ikfy conipoiUhin,
J.W For jiurlicul ir inqi.iro n 'g8
No,U:Plcri'i ' ll nolulu, 11. I.
Aiatki. -ik-- "kttiu -ia i
A Hals, Boys' White Shirts,
Aiu i iirae o? Batiste I
M.be3 t Children. (?
Oii & G5 Fort Street.
TARO FLOUR !
Tuo-e 'iii'lilii ; Tiro Flour or Poi, in
liancls aiu icques ctl to ring up
r.luhial 338 3TETEPl!0NESggr Boll 325
SA'li in their urtlcrs will he promptly
1J1 i tl ended to. lm
J. A. GONSALVES",
Li'oi-t Street, above Hotel.
P irtr dt, Cul inet Ble, $0 per dozen.
Ciud b.zu, $1 pur dozen.
island & Samoan Views
?1 per dozen.
r?" '''or HHohhcrA of nioro than a
lii'lu iloi.n a reduciion of $1 on each
do. 'ii i inodfr. G9 lm
liiiotli Sacrifice !
Mr. A, M, Hewell,
SMoiiir k llewsttr
Turpi o hiving fir tho Coast In
(i tubt-i prior o which ho
o fern ihe vyLolo of his
IMiisoiMy Aartsil Slock
Uo i ot I o a! irint'd 'hat you will not
he uuta to piuehiHo In llouolulu
A Haadcome Gin istuias Present
d- iu in 1'Vii'icl co tor Mr. Hewutt is
.'i.i' f ti. nelct siicli n stock as will
a it 'tut mo it tastidcoua and
Mirpiho our little city.
EWVIlpirtloa uo-if Indebted tohlm
art' r'spoifrlly r putted to muko
in aie i itc so llwntii . 4U In
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