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HONOLULU CARRIAOE GO.
Hack stand : Merchuul and Kort
Btroct. Telephones, 835.
U' H K
MONDAY, FED. 4, IS89.
Stun- Likelikc (roiu Maul
Schr Knwallaiil f 1 0111 Koolau
Sekr Ltlinlllio from Lahnltia
Am wh bk Xorthcrn Light for Aicttc
Sell Kii Mol for Koholalolc
Yacht Xymi7.il for Sun Fiauelseo
Kllauoa Hon for Hawaii
Stinr Kiiulii for Waiahtaand Walamio at
0 a in
Stmr J A Cummins for Kunlmi
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Ulokolll for Molokul at 0 p in
Slnir Kluau for Jlllo anil way ports at
2 p m
Stmr Mlk.ihala fur Kauai at r p in
Stmr Likullko for Mulokai and Maui at
G p m
From Ilainaktm, Hawaii, por stmr
Iwalaul, Fob 2 It A Lyman, A Hole.
From Kauai pur Mmr MiLahaki, Ful)
2 Jlon 1 X .Makee, A Cropp. SJhirliu.
Levi 0 Lyman, MUs Oiavo, 'J W Klug
lcv, ,1 Chapman. .Mis Mauluii, Mrs W
W Dhuoml, 11 WDimond, K Katsura.
From Maui pur Mmr Likullko, Tub 3
K Uriuiiughim, 0 O lturgui, l)r Uio
Herbert, Jli.-, Ward, Mrs. I II S Kaleo,
A Lldgatc, A Hooking, Mis K ICapu,
Win 1$ KIco, wife ami I ehildron, m
P Feiinull. A G and F llim-harilt, Lieut
Hamilton, :',S deck. 1 police oilleer. and
""CARGOES FRQiYMSLAHD P01U8.
Stmr Likelikc 0,010 bgs sugar, ISO
pkgs sunds, 5 hordes ami 17 bale-,
Stmr Mokolli COO bales wool ami 100
Stmr Kaala 'J,0C0 bsr-, sugar and SO mis
Stmr Iwalani .1711 bgs sugar.
Stmr Mikabala ll.Ull bgssugar and 1 10
mis pkg. " '
Stmr Waialealc !I,0'J2 bgs sugar and -10
Stmr .fas iiakoo 1,000 bgs sugar.
Stmr Pcle :,0S7 bgs sugar.
Schr Liliollho LL'uO bgs sugar.
The SG Wilder sails for San Fran
cisco on Thursday.
1 he steamer Kilauc.i lion was clean
ed on the Murine Hallway Saturday.
'Ike yacht Xjan.a sailed for San
Francisco on Sunday at 1 p in.
.a ' ' '
THE LATE MR. COGKETT.
Sir. Joseph Cockett, who died at
Waikapu, Aluul, Flliluy, January
25th, had been for a great nuniber
of years employed as head overseer
on the Waikapu Plantation and was
always held in the highest estima
tion for his untiring and faithful
service to his employers.
SUPREME COURT---!!! CHAMBERS.
linroiti: ,tuoi, c. .i.
Fkiday, Feb. 1st.
The Inter-fsland Steam Naviga
tion Company vs. Ilailunia. In
serting bound service. Heard on
the certificate of Police Justice Fos
ter that he is disqualified Alter
bearing the parlies and the defen
dant signifying his willingness to
return, the Court ordered that de
fendant return to his employers and
that ho pay costs taxed at i5.
BF.ronc bicki:kton, J.
Satukuav, Feb. 2d.
The King tb. Samuel Maikai. Ob
structing and peivcrting justice.
Defendant is arraigned on an indict
ment and pleads not iniilty. De
puty Attorney-General for tho
Crown j defendaut in person.
The King vs. Frcil Ulackburn.
Fast driving. Defendant is arraign
ed on an indictment; motion to
quash is denied ; exceptions .ire
noted, and plea is allowed to be
withheld. Deputy Attorney-General
for tho Crown; defendant in
A. W. Crawford & Co. vs. liobert
Uriggs, Bishop & Co. and S. li.
Dole, garnishees. Absuinpsit. J.
A. Magoon for plaintiffs; W. (J.
Smith for Dole, garnishee. Plain
tiff's motion for continuance allow
ed and exceptions noted and filed.
Tho Bancroft Co. vs. W. II.
Gracnhalgh. Assumpsit, 81,2-1.-05
and interest from Nov. 20, 1888.
Motion to cite assignee to appear
allowed, and citation issued. Agree
ment to waivo jury trial allowed.
Q. W. Ashfm-d lor plaintiffs; W. A.
Whiting for defendant ; V. C.
l'orku, uBHlgiiuo, in purson.
Cluinunt vs. Cuilwright, Assump
sit, Continued fioiu tho 1st, liuforo
h Mixed jury. Vurdiul for dul'cnd
anl, three dicnuiig,
HHrOIIK I'lMi'K JlHtT. HWI'liB.
AldMlAV, I'SU, till.
ISleytJii tlniiiln iiml tu my tUu
A nullu nius. vu puttfiud In III
Mflu'Ilji wtii'i imm HuUm
Sum twuuy injiwr mm 9m
tJ.x,.vnnMjrT'.j'.. ..-' jU.wiMiwmnjtimi.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Wti.coM i:, Vniuhiliat
Tinmt: wore two Chincso funerals
Xo bund concert at Emma Square
Tin: I'nradiso of the Pacific will bo
A l'MiTKit is wauled hi u profit
Husll.vni.t.'H novelty show leaves
for Jlatti tu-ttioi row tifleuioon.
HoTi:t. blreel, between Alnkca and
Union streets, is being lopaireil.
Tin: temperance mealing Saturday
evening was iaiily well attended,
Tin: Cumpobello Operatic Company
at rives on this Australia to-morrow.
TnnbaikW.ll. Godfrey left San
Francisco .limitary 18th, for Hono
lulu. Pit. F. 11. Day's ofiicc is now at the
Dickbon pieniises, Xo. !'.), Ileietaniu
Tin: Hrilish yacht Nyanza left for
Kan Francisco at 1 o'clock Sunday
Tiinni: was n
in which two
ladies wcie rather
A L.sn story cottage is for Bale and
t iic leaso of a furnished lodging
house is ofleied.
Tim January term of the Supremo
Com t was adjoin ned bino die at 11
o'clock Satuiday niglit.
'J m: two-stoiy house lately occu
pied by Dr. Day, comer of Fori and
Heiotnnia Mreols, is to let.
Tin: Mystics tieat the U. S. S. Alert
nine on Satuiday in the game of base
ball by a bcoie of 31 to 7.
'J'r s regular monthly meeting of
i lie St. Audiew's Chinch Association
".l bo held on the 14th inst.
Tin; Hawaiian band played at the
re.vt'eneo or .Mrs. Hoiuinis, Sr., Was.h
iuglon Place, Satuiday morning.
Tin: Cliinese Hawaiian Xews ni
peaied this week on biiglit led paper,
in celebration of the Xew Year.
Xr.ws has been leceived of a
which dcslioycd the store of
Akin, at lfonomakau, Hawaii,
limn in mind thai fresh Bologna
e.u'Migei of tlio best quality can al
ways bo had at the City Meat .Mar
ket, Xuuanu sticet.
Tin: steamship Australia will be
due lo-monow with dates to January
2!)lh. Sho will bring fouiluen days'
mail for tlio l'ost Oliice.
A iir.r.Tiso of the Halo Xaua So
e'ety W'll bo held this evening at 7
o'clock at the Palace. After too
meeting tlieio will be a dance to the
st'ains of tlio Hawaiian Band.
Mi:. C. Bolle has moved into tlio
ofiice on Ivaahumanu sticet lately
occupied by Mr. A. J, Carlwiight.
Messis. Giimbaum it Co. aic fitting
up tho ollico vacated by Mr. Bolte.
M.Mrj. l)i Murska, the noted singer,
died at Munich, January 17th, in ex
treme poverty. Her daughter, who
was hcartbiokcn at the loss of her
mother, committed suicide by takmg
JTin: Buu.irr'N Weekly Sunimary
will bu out to-morrow full of inter
esting local mnlUi. It will contain
among oilier things accounts of the
tlneo performances of Patience. Be
sine and send a copy abroad to your
Tiir. Hawaiian Wine Company
will open for business on Wednesday
in the stoio lately occupied by A. M.
Hewott, Met chant street. Mr, Frank
Brown is tlio manager, and a very
complete ascoilinent of wines and
spiiits will be kept on hand.
Tin: "Xew Yoik Independent" says
(hut, the Aium Esculentum, called in
Cliina, taro, is ctiltivatcdjin the West
Indies as an aiticle ol lood. But a
viiulont disease has leeuutly attack
ed this esculent similar to the potato
tot of Ireland. It is caused by a new
species of fungus, which has been
named I'cienoajicra trichotoma.
Dn. Heuiict, a distinguished Gor
man specialist, declares that the ear
disease of the Gentian ICmpeior may
lead to meningitis, should tlio inflam
mation spread to the cerebral tissues,
or to tlio formation of an abscess on
the 1 ii a i n. .Should an abscess form,
ho hays, it may bo necessary to resort
to tiepanning. Dr. Heniii't consid
ers the Kmpi'ioi's case very serious.
EVENTS THIS EVEHIHC.
Drill of Princo's Own, at 7;!I0.
Y. M. ('. A. bookkeeping elas.-.os,
at (i:!lu and 7:15.
Harmony Lodge No. 2 I. O. of O.
Hawaiian Lilgo No. 21 F. and A.
M. lit 7;!10.
'1. Andion's JptiiYiiii,' Suuinty at $
p. in., in old Cutlwdnil iHiililhig.
)eiui'liiru of tlio Ivinnii for niiul-
wuril nurt oi '4 p. in,
Anlvuliil tint AiiU'uIIa from !hii
itiituh ilt liulu u ttmA uu m Wttd'
DAILY BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H UjmM)MX -J, 1880.
HAVAIIAH OPERA HOUSE
Tho third and final performance
of "Pnticucc," tit the Opcr.ii House,
liy our Auiateur Drnmalio Company,
on Saturday night, was witnessed by
another full house- of attentive and
enthusiastic spectators and listeners.
Sonic of tho performers struggled
bravely against the disadvantage of
slightly husky voices, caused by
scrcrc colds. Some evinced an im
ptorement in acting, showing a per
ceptible gam by tho practice of the
two previous performances.
Mtss Rhodes was sullleicnlly re
covered fiom tho indisposition which
compelled her absence on Thursday
night, to take the part of Lady An
gela, and won a repetition of the
hearty plaudits which were accord
ed her on the first niglit. Miss Mist
represented the part of Lady Saphir
with an ease, a grace, and a natural
ness that was pleasing to witness.
Miss D. Dowselt's Ladr F.lla was
highly creditable. The Lady Jane,
whoso part is somewhat prominent,
was well sustained by Mrs. Hastings.
In tlio duct, "So go to him and say
to hnn," she was simply splendid.
The little dairy maid Patience, Miss
Hose Makee, was about as peifeel
as she could be. Indeed, she might
be measured by the canons of criti
cism which are held to apply only
to professionals, and not to ama
teurs, and not be found wanting.
There is no use talking, Miss Makee
is a born actress. She can come on
the stage and go off, knows how to
stand and take care of herself when
not in action, is easy and natural,
and plays her part in a way to dis
guise the fact that she is only play
ing. She has a voice for speaking
and singing, loo, and knows how to
use it for both purposes. A better
representation ol "Patience" than
that of Miss Hose Makee, both in
the main features and the ininuliv,
could scarcely be desired by the
most exacting ciilic.
The gentlemen, Mr. A. T. Atkin
son, Mr. K. F. Bishop, and Mr. T.
May, were iiresistably comical in
their attempts to be lesthclical, in
order to please the young ladies.
Everybody laughed, and the most
sedate old sloic couldn't hell) doing
so at the altitudes and gyrations of
Mr. Bishop. Lieutenant St. John
(believe lie pronounces his name
Sinjin don't know why the
schools don't teach that pronuncia
tion of that combination of letters)
was funny and amusing in the part
of "Archibald Grosvenor" andmade
no stumbles nor falters. Lieuten
ant Pears' "ltcginald Bunthorne,"
was peerless. In every perform
ance he has played this character
admirably, but on this occasion ha
excelled himself. Nothing was want
ing. UN by-play, as well as tho
more prominent features of the
character, elicited demonstrations
of appreciation. I lis enunciation
was so clear and distinct that not a
word was lost in any part of the
hall. lie, too, is a born actor, and
would pass through lbs ordeal of any
just and fair criticism triumphantly.
The chorus singing of the "Love
sick Maidens" and the "Dragoon
Guards," (all of whose names ap
peared in our notice of the first per
formance), which was very fine, was
a prominent fcatine of the enter
tainment, and added not a little to
tne evening s enjoyment. i lie or
chestra, under the conductorship of
Professor Yarndley, also did its
duly satisfactorily, easing up when
the solos were being sung, accom
pany iny and not leading nor drown
ing them. Even the cantankerous
Arab, "Antishainus," could have
found no fault.
Applause was spontaneous and
abundant, and it was deserved.
None but a highly phlegmatic audi
ence could have withheld it. Some
repetitions were demanded,, princi
pally by the people upstairs, the
hulk of those below having too much
consideration for the performers to
require tliein to give two editions of
their efforts, and too much sense not
to know that the nature of the per
formance did not admit of encores,
Beautiful bouquets quite a num
ber of them were sent forward
during tho evening. Both ladies
and gentlemen were recipients, and
they all deserved all they got, and
much more. If llowersare compen
sation for meritorious effoils to
amuse and please, had the whole
district been denuded of llowers
thcro would not have been enough.
But the bouquets were given In the
usual awkward and offensive way
peculiar to the Hawaiian Opera
House. A person, acting under in
structions, matches from the roar of
the hall, down tho passage way,
while the intended recipient is play
ing her or his part, ami stand on a
corner of the stage awaiting an op
portunity to iniilic the prukiiulatiuii,
thetrhy distracting the auiiloiicu and
annoying tlio performer. That is
not Ihu way to do It, and heller not
do It tit all in that ludicrous kind of
Ami o wo Iiiivp wood tlio und of
"l'iilieiioe"--iil luiml for tlioiri)iPiil
Hint i, of Hid opifnii not, we nil
siiicinely ImpD, of tlio Mniiahta
young ludy wlm played tlm! purl,
Tim pliiue im linen pretnUti wltli
Uiuroutili kiiPuvkM Untie limey In mm
n'flli Muiiy lilimlliaU of UlH uuB)'
niuiiliy lmvt found in It tinjoyniili
ilivirnlon. All ihui 1)M lulk imrl
In iu prJidilioii m won uMil
m wrU Umriy Miiwk, M. '"M
mm ill Urn mwm who did m
BPUWnvii!- vt-. m r.. , Tm,jJ-n
ALDHACi; JINl) ritKSr.STATIOV.
This morning the Captain and offi
cers of the U. S. S. Vandalia wero
presented to His Majesty the King
at lolani Palace. His Excellency
Jona. Austin, Minister of Foreign
Affairs, presented Ilis Excellency
George W. Merrill, U. S. Minister
Resident, who then introduced Cap
lain C. M. Sehoonmaker, Comman
der of the Vandalia. Capl. Schoon
tusker presented the following olll
cenof his ship: Paymaster Frank
II. Arms, Chief Engineer! A. S.
Greene, First Lieutenant F. 12. Sut
ton I. S. M. C, Lieutenants J. C.
Wilson and A. E. Culver, P. A.
Surgeon F. J. B. Cordciro. Ensign
John 11. Gibbons, Naval Cadets II.
A. Wiley, J. A. Lojcuiic and L. A.
His Majesty was attended on this
occasion by His Excellency Jona.
Austin, Minister of Foreign Affairs,
Mr. James W Robertson, Vice and
Acting Chamberlain, and Major II.
After the performance of Patience
at the Hawaiian Opera House Sa
turday evening, the whole of the
performers went over to lolani Pal
ace in response to an invitation from
His Majesty the King, and partook
of an elegant supper laid out iu the
dining hall. Tho performers were
all in tlie'r stage costume, and tho
rough enjoyed and appreciated His
BEETS AT POMONA.
At a mass meeting of Hie citizens
and landowners of Pomona, Cal.,
held Jan. 19, to take steps towards
accepting an offer lo establishing a
beet factory there providing that
5000 acres of sugar beets are plant
ed thereabout, the attendance was
so large that many could not gain
admittance to the hall. It was
found that an acreage much greater
than that asked for will be planted,
and the committee of Pomona citi
zens was instructed to enter into
correspondence on- Hie subject at
On Saturday evening the crew
of the British yacht Xyanza, to show
the respect iu which they held their
late sailing master Captain R. Hunt,
picsenlcd him with a very handsome
gold Albert chain, valued at 8100.
The presentation was made by the
carpenter of the yacht in appro
priate terms. The crew thought a
great deal of Capt. Hunt, for they
expressed themselves as follows:
"We would give our lives in a gale
of wind to the Captain." The chain
was purchased at the store of Mr.
Thomas Lindsay, jeweler, King
street. Capt. Hunt thanked the
men for their kind token, and Baid
lie had been punished, hut lie would
until the day of his death endeavor'
to his duty. He would try to do
good to tho-e who had done him
harm. God be with them.
Little Bub (at dinner) Pop, what
does 'faith, hope, trust' mean?
Pop Your ma bought this pic at
the baker's on 'trust,' Can you un
I 'hope' there'll be enough to go
round. Understand that?
Well, wc need 'faith' to enjoy it.
HOW PILLS ARE MADE.
THE custom of taking medicine
in the form of pills dales far
back in history. The object is to
enable us to swallow easily in a con
densed form disagreeable and nau
seous, but very useful, drugs. To
what Mist dimensions pill-taking
has grown may be imagined when
we say that iu England alone about
L',000,000,000 (two thousand mil
lion) pil' j aie consumed every year.
hi eiuly days pills wcie made slowly
by lii'm'. as the demand was corn
pa v -iiely small. To-day they are
pioi'i'ted with inllnilely greater
ia.)ii'!iy by machines especially con
tiivcd for tlio purpose, and wltli
greater accuracy, too, iu the pro
portions of the various ingredients
No form of medication can be
better than a pill, provided only it
is intelligently prepared. But light
hero occurs the dilllculty. Easy as
it may bceui to make a pill, or a
million of them, there are really very
few pills that can he honestly com
mended for popular use. Moit of
them either undershoot or overshoot
thu mark. As uveryhody takes pills
of some kind, it may be well to men
tion what a good, kiUu, and reliable
pill should ho. Now, when one feels
dull mid alcopy, and has more or
leas pain in the head, bldou, and
back, lie may ho mini hi bowuls mo
coiiolipatcd, and liU liver idiigghdi,
To remedy this unhappy ulnm of
lliliiK Hutu U iiodiiii'j lil;u u good
cidlmitiu pill. It will not llku a
i-'lmnu by niiinulailiiu Uio llvur into
doing Iu duly, mill ilddlnu' Hi"
dluoitlvo uitfiui of llin iiuuniinlliitod
Hut Hit) good pill iluu nui urlpt)
mid puin n. ntiiiutir dou itinuliu u
muk mid miwiuMti fur u fun liuiirn
or it ttholu day, 1 1 mU mi tlm
until u glmulului yitii t llin muni
UHJM, VU HtV lflf'llffWil Hi lllf
till win ip wttftM mu m mm
kKuiu ttoy uoUulfii ifiifiu rtlili ifftt
-w m . iiS4
harmful, and should never bo used.
They sometimes even produce
hemorrhoids. Without having any
particular desiie lo pinise one piil
above another, wc may, neverthe
less, name Molhrr Seigcl's Pills,
manufactured by tho well-known
house of A. J. White, Limited, .15,
Farringdon Road, London, and now
sold by all chemists and medicine
vendors, as tlio only one we know
of that actually po3sc3ses every
desirable quality. They remove the
pressure upon the brain, coucct the
liver, and cause the bowels lo act
Willi ease and vculaiiiy. They
never gripe or produce ihu slightest
sickness of the stomach, or any
other unpleasant feeling or symp
torn. Neither do llicyinducc fur
ther constipation, as nearly all other
pills do. As a further and ci own
ing merit, Mother Select s PilN arc
covered with a tasteless and harm
less coaling, which causes thorn to
resemble pearls, line rendering
them as pleasant lo the palate a
they are effective iu curing disease.
It. you have a severe cold and are
thicelcncd with a fever, with pains
in Hie head, back, and limbs, one
or two doses will break up the cold
and pi event the fever. A coated
tongue, wilh a brackish taste in the
mouth is caused by foul matter in
the stomach. A (lose of Seigcl's
Pills will effect a speedy cure.
Oflcii-i'iiics partially decayed food
in lite loniaoh and bowels pioauccs
sickness, ii.'ikc;!, &e. C'emisc the
bowels vr.'i a dose o these pills,
and good .ic.duli w!U fo"ow.
Unlike many h'ods or Mil's, ibey
do not nirke yon feel wois.o 'jefo.e
you a c bct.c"-. Tl'oy aie, wilhoiii,
i-oe'j., Hie, best f. ndly piiy-io ever
discov&cO. They lemovc all ob
structions lo i'l'c natural functions
in eUher sex wuhoui. a y unpleasant
effects. Jan. 13-88-1
Xotttts under thin head (ire charged 10 ctnti
per Itntfor the first insertion, and 5 ccuti per line
fiery udtltttonat iwteition.
Bear of Lucns' Mill.
A. GONSALVES & CO.,
Hotel sticet, liuvu just received
a now lot of Tips of every shade, ami lo
sell from 00 to T1; cents a bunch. Also
a fuw Silk Umbrellas and Parasols, the
latter being samples, will be sold cry
low. Aloiot Hand-madc Embroidery
will be sold at cost to close a consign,
meat. 1G0 lw
A SMALL Silver YatcU (with
the letters "A. M. C." en
jinived on back of case;, having
,i small siher chain and charm attached.
Finder will bo rewnrdcrt on returning
same to this olllcc. 162 tf
A DIVIDEND (the thiid) of 10 per
cent will be paid to the creditors
of His Majestj Kulakaua, at the olllce
of Alex. J. CarlwrlKht, Merchant street,
on THURSDAY, teb. 7lh, between thu
hours of 10 und 'J o'clock.
I'EH OHDEK of the TKUSTEP.S.
Honolulu, Feb. :2ml, 188U. 102 lw
DUK1XG my absence from this Kin p.
(loin Y C. Peacock ii autho'i.cd
to net for me under full power cf at
torney. G. B HOLLAND.
Honolulu, Feb. 1, 1H8'J. lG:j at
OX and after February
'J. 1881, the steamer
"Likelikc" will discontinue
railing at Kauuakakai, Molokai.
Ifi9 lw WILDEH S. S. CO.
S1X-KOOM Cottanc on
Emma street, onnosllo
Emma fc-qunie. Apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
42 Merchant street.
'pilE Lease and Building
L known nb the "Yoseinlte
Skntintr Kink," situated on
Queen btrecl near Itlchaid street. For
fiuther ri.iuiculurH apply to
1C1 tf Twos. E. WALL.
EOK SALE or LEASE
C'OTrAliK lately oeeu
olid by .Mr. llurnev Or-
(iutistcui, tiuinte on Kinma
fitrrct, tiL'twccn thu mansions of Hona.
('. It. Bishop. James Campbell nml S. li
Dole, iu'iii Emma Square. No piano
wnuteil, no dust, im laro pulrhcx. Only
a few minutes walk to die vw hiu- for
the Central Union Chun h. inumwiy
curs wanted. Apply lo
E. S. rr.NllA,
MS tf Ij'iii m Milium.
Hawaiian Transl'ur Co.
"'111; iiiiilii'Miuil hm Iiilt niirohiikril
Ihu himiiiiMi t if J. llu'un lld llio
Amrihuu Kxpremi Ciiiiiimiiy, have con
ioliiliitnl uiiilor ihu linn niimu of thu
lliiwaiiiui 'rniiiHlVr .'o
nml inn iri'pnril to niny on ihu )ra
lug mi'l Uprtii Iiiuiiiuwi of all lilmU.
ThhiImiih) oillui tit Nu 71 KlngHtoul,
iiiul ilimr in Mni'i .MinuV.
hpii icoMEiyi'im66vMuiMi bob
tWAM b.iuiU nf rtiiUitf
nHri'iamniij nimm iii huulinipifi
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"tr'r'fmfritJ-3.fmmjrmj,M hwiwImiI "MiHi.w ." St ? Aw .&o.. . ?;
TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
COKNI2K. HOTEL &
astern French Kid Shoes
For Ladies', Misses' & Chitdren.
t Goods at tlio Lowest Bedrock Prices
Genuine Diamond Dye
Warranted Fast. jg3
&BT PRICES LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE
Boys Fine Jersey Suits at $3.50 !
Boys Waists, New Assortment !
Ladies Knitted Underwear,
AT A GREAT DEDUCTION
"Wiitch lor the elaborate announcement of Nor
HOLL1STER & CO.,
10t FOItT STltKKT, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals,
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
AKentrt for P. Lorillard k Co.'s Tobaccoh, it W. S. Kimball fc Co.'i
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aoratcd Water Works
IllKd loavu to Inform my f minis and
. pith iii, that I Intend leaving the
kinniloin on tlm Hih Folriiiiry, in bu
aliKiil until Ouloh-r, and that I ill
elotu my ollhu on ilm uth of l-'ubrmiry.
M. K. (1HOSKMAN, Dciitim.
Illliit No. Ob Hotel St.
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Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
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7.i Hotel Street.
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