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SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1880.
(Continued from pogo 2.)
while the vessel was on the beach but
since she has been afloat, everything
seemed to settlu into their old posi
tion. The blades of tlio propeller
aro considerably bent, reducing
their diameter, but the engineers arc
satisfied tho can even under their
present disabled stato drive the
vessel six knots an hour. The fun
nel of the Nipsic was torn away in
the collision with II. I. G. M. S.
Olga, is now boiug replaced by the
funnel of the Biinken Vandnlin. The
Nipsic will now require a new stern
and rudder before she can become
managable. Some covering will
also have to bo put over her keel
which is shattered. What will be
done with the vessel we have not
learned. Some reports arc abroad
as to her destination, but a gcneiul
belief prevails that the Nipsic wilt
be converted into a store ship, cither
at Apia or Pango Pango.
A rumor iscurrentin Apia, that the
Admiral and Consuls are endeavoi
ing to arrange matters bewcen Mata
afa and Tamascse, so far at least as to
induce them to return to their homes
until after the conference on Samoan
affairs (which we learn is to be held
on the 13th of Apiil) has decided
the Samoan dililculty. We hope the
rumor is correct, but we have little
faith iu the representative of Gei
many agreeing to any, even tempor
ary arrangement which would not
give Germany some point of vantage.
It will be remembered that in No
vember last a meeting of the thiec
Consuls took place at the suggestion
of Mr. Becker, then German Consul
for a similar purpose, but" when the
matter was brought on for discussion
the German representative demand
ed such unreasonable advantages
that precluded the possibility of a
We learn on good authority that
Tamasese's followers held a fono
lately. They are dissatisfied with
the neglect of their interests by the
Germans, since Brandt-is has been
removed. A majority of them we
believe are in favor of joining Ma
taafa. H. I G. M. S. Olga has been suc
cessfully floated off the beach, where
she was stranded in the late gale.
She does not appear to have sustain
ed much damage. Now that the
Olga is off the sand divers will he
enabled to find out what injuries
have been done to her below the
Nearly every day since the wrecks
of the German and American men
of war, bodies of the drowned have
been washedup. The bodies were of
course decomposed and bad to be
buried close to where they were
found. Only a few were recognized.
Mr. Hufnagel and some others state
that they buried a body found near
the Vailili plantation, three miles
away, which are supposed- to be re
mains of Captain Schoonmaker of
the U. S. S. Vandalia. Samoan
Times, March 30, 1889.
FROM A PRIVATE LETTER.
Tho following account is from a
letter received by Mr. Henry F. Poor :
"Our great hurricane occurred
March 15 and 1G, coining from S.E.
thence to N.E. to N., and finally end
ed in W. On tho afternoon of 14th
the glas.8 fell to 27.4, weather nearly
calm, -with threatening sky. I got
in readiness to receivo what came.
Landed all my bouts inland, nailed
planks across my doors and windows,
built a break water across tho front
of the stoic, ifcc.
"During tho night it blow great
guns. Through ray windows I could
make out the lights of the warships,
all safe at 5 a.m. My house, which
you know is very strong built, wus
fairly trembling. I got out and from
the loo side of tho house I could
mako out the Eber dragging into my
'passage slowly and surely.
"I succeeded in waking Paymaster
Coriome and his clerk, Mr. Brown,
and Lieut. Pursell of tho Nipsic, who
occupied one of my cottages noar by.
Wo l)ad scarcely assembled at my
place beforo tho Eboi struck once,
twice, and then to the bottom. She
was not hundred yards from us, we
could hear no voices. Tho howl of
the galo was terriific. We got ropes
and endeavored to stand on my
wharf to help any of tho poor unfor
tunates who were perhaps noar us in
the water. Wo sent natives who
then began to gather up and down
tho beacji but could sco no one.
Four Then and a junior officer were
Washe'd i ashore in front of tho U. S.
Consulate, tho only survivors of tho
77 persons aboard this ship, her ram
bow came up in a- short time and
drifted down in front of tho Tuvili,
where it is now laying.
About this time tho hark Peter
Qodefroy 450 tons rode right over
a large three masted schooner,
carrying away foro and main
masts of schooner and going
to tho bottom the schooner
drifted down, and went aBhoro neatly
whore tho Eber was lost, at 7 a. in,
Tho'sohoonor Lily collided with tho
Nipaiq and sunk, tbreo small craft
" c'anie ashore and went to pieces.
"At 8 o'clock (.bo Adler struck tho
reef 'once wont off was about to sink
when a giant wave throw her bodily
oyer the reof 100 yards leaving her
op her side where sho now lays, 20 of
jicr men were thrown over board and
ost balance clung to lopos, etc., and
wero'eaved 3Q hours later,
At about tho same time tho Kipsio
having been run down onco by tho
Adlqr, and several times by tho Olga
losint: her boats, jail and smoke-
jlagkjn their collision, commeuced
to drag to tho spot whoro tho Eber
had sunk. Every effort was made
by the captain and olllcers to stay
her fatal progress but without avail.
When she was so near that it seemed
as if she could not last a moment,
and her people must all bo lost. Her,
officers, after a hurried consultation,
tin cw fat, grease, oil, etc., into her
furnaces, slipped tho cable, and
steamed for shore ; the back wash
from this reef kopt Iter off, part of
tho reef was actually under hor,
How she escaped is no less than a
mil iiclo. Sho was beached in front
of tho Trivili, tho seas breaking clear
over her. Her bow was not moio
than 120 feet ftom shore. A hawser
was soon stretched and all would
lime been aaved, but toineone order
ed tho gig lowt.ro 1, the forward tackle
got foul. 'Ihe etern tackle was low
ered by thu excited people and the
occupants thrown into tho sea,
live wore drowned or dashed
to pieces by the propeller, which
was kept going to keep tho vessel
in position. Tho Captain and Lieut.
Shearman wero tho last poisons to
leave the wreck. At 12 noon, it va
seen that the Vandalia was in tumble
and could not keep lead to wind, the
current from tho river making her
lie broadside to; in a tjhott time she
collided with the Olgn and com
menced to drift towards tho Nipsic,
perfectly helpless to save heiself
soon she grounded about fifty yaids
outside tho Nipsic. She could get
no closer as the tide had fallen and
she drow more water than tho Nipsic.
Tho hca which was terriffic broke
over her in tons, clear over masts
and smokc-Btack; in a few moments
die had filled and heeled over to
wards shore, the men commenced to
be washed off her deck soon after she
bad btiuck, sometimes two at a time.
The poor follows would strugglo to
wards Bhore, and for part of the dis
tance the current would help them.
When almost in our arms, they
would be whirled away in tho dread
ful current and never seen again.
Early in tho" day tho captain was
struck on the head by some fulling
tackle and a little later was washed
of! and drowned. Paymaster Aims
and his clerk, Mr. Roche, ulso Murine
Officer Sutton, soon followed. Now
and again we would rescue some of
tlio poor fellows. Tho Sumoans
worked manfully. Two wero drown
ed' trying to f-ave our men.
At G:30 p. m., when the urn went
down, the renniindei of the Vanda
liu's people weie in the rigging. The
noble Trenton, after having her fires
put out drifted in and would have
Hone on the reef close wheie tho
Eber was, but the wind fortunately
shifted when the spanker was bet.her
mizzen rigging was manned. This
course tailed her along the reef in
stead of on it. She drifted along and
ran into IheVanduliu. As the weather
soon moderated tho Trenton's clfi
ccrs by means of rockets got lines
into tho Vandulia's tops, and rescued
the survivors, the whole lot of ship
wrecked mariners were landed fol
lowing day in safety. Since then the
weather Ihib been all that could bo
Blmr Ewa from Ewa
Stinr J A Cummins from Knolau
Stmr Kinau from Hawaii and Maui
Stnir Kaala from aianue and Waiahia
S ft Alameda from the Colonies en
. route to Sun Francisco
S S Alameda for San Francisco at 4 p m
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Kaala for Walalua and Waianne
at 9 a in
From windward ports per stmr K'
nau Apr 6-Hon W O Wilder, lion C F
Horner. Major W H Comwell, Miss
Helen Wilder, F P Hastings, .INS
Williams, .1 T White and wife, Mis J T
Baker, Mrs B F Dllllnghom, Miss May
i illlugbam, Mrs J Maxhada, Capt T E
Eldait, Chung Pue, O F Beard, J
Bright, J W PTHpo, wlfo and child. ICe
kai uih-ila and 3 children, Geo II Wil
liams and wife J Hind and bride, It
Wallace, C B Wflls,wlfe and 3 children,
W i L'bickerhig, wife and child, A
She herd, wife and child, C II McCor
mkk and wife. O Cluna O E R Ellen
wood, O Collins, A Barbour, and 104
From the ' nlouies per S S Alameda,
vprG Mr Button and wife, Col II A
Clark. J Lcmolne, J oward, 11 D
I'ousford, V B Pownall, II Parity, Lieu
Itiples, and 20 seamen. In transit, 125
cabin and SO steeiuge.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kinau 10iC01 bags sugar, 3C5 packages
hides, 7 udls goat skins, 100 bugs
spuds, CO bags corn, U7 bags ginger,
2 bursts, 1 mule, kD pigs, and U5
It. M, S. ALAMEDA.
The RMS Alameda, Capt Mmse,
commander, dlfehuiged Sydney pilot,
March 20th, at 4 :i5 i in; stopped for
Auckland pilot. Match 24th, 12::(5, nm;
discharged Auckl.md pilot aich 25th,
nt3:J5 p m; stopped off Tutuila, March
29th at 10:30 p m. Kotiud the incii
cau schooner Equator with 10 cadets
fiom tin- meilcau 'locked ships of
war at 11am; sailed for pla at 2:80
p ni, stopped for the instil cutter beating
up, recelvvd the German malls, and at
4 p in stopped off Apia. Received SO
sick and wounded sailors, Lieutenant
Ripley in clmigo nnd DrCordelru, mak
ing 42 in all Hulled at 5:30 p m; the
whole detention 7 hours.
ApiiUth,Lat 15.10 N, Loug 100.00
W, at 10 p in, Mr Vt ilhelm dolph Dur
l.icli, saloon passenger, !!'-' years of u;ie,
native ot Htuiover, and pa tutu- iu thu
firm of I red 'liotz & Co, Sydney. Ho
fell oyer the lee rail abaft tho forerlg
gliicr. Ho was In tho act of leaving the
d ck, Incumbered with a quantity of
wraps, ete, which prevented the free
use of his h uids, The wind was lilow
Inghird whh a inugh bivu lug sea and
veiy duik. Ship going 12 knots and
rol uig quickly at times. The engine
was icvfihud full speed UBtein. Life
buoy tin own uverho id from aft,
i ed. astern uutll iM3t tho buoy, ami low
crcd a boat Owing to tho diukucs,
wind and rough and fcca, sho vm ob
liged to lcmuln alongside until ho stcd
up, 10 1 0, proceeded on our way.
This Inn been the most disagreeable
passngo In 4 years. Strong winds,
rough Eea, ruin, etc, obliged to keep the
ports closed through the tropics. Stop
ped for Honolulu pilot April nth at B:-n
am; 17 days, 0 hours, S!7 mln from
Sydney; li days, 12 hours, 11 mln from
Auckland; 7 days, 11 hours and 20 mln
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Marshal offers a reward else
where. No nAND concert at Emma Square
Tiik band play
of the Alameda.
at the depuituro
Mn. N. S. Suchs will
goods tin the Umatilla.
Union service at Kaumukapili
Church Sunday evening.
Thanks to the Hon. W. C. Wilder
for a luto California paper.
Seven new members have
elected by tho Pioneer Club.
The price of sugar advanced
eighth of a cent March lGth.
Purser Sutton ot tho Alameda has
our thanks for lato Colonial papers.
Photographs of tho disaster at Sa
moa may bo had at J. J. WilliamB
photographic gallery, Fort street.
To-morrow, an English sermon
will bo preached in the Roman
Catholic Cathedral at the 7 a. m.
Capt. Morse says the weather on
this trip of the Alameda from the
Colonies was tho worst he ever ex
perienced. The "Anglican Church Chronicle"
for April is out. It contains, amongst
other things, a very sound letter from
tho Rev. George Wallace.
A farewell banquet wub given to
Mr. E. B. Thomas, at tho residence
of Mr. Peddl.ir, Beretania street, lust
Capt. Schoonmaker nnd Paymaster
Arms, of the Vandalia, wero both
struck by a falling must, and after
wards washed overboard.
The Government, diplomatic and
Consular flags in this city aie flying
at half mast out of respect to tho
memory of those lost at Samoa.
A most enjoyable surpriso party
was given to Mr. Thos. P. Cummins,
at his father's lesidencc, Pawaa, last
evening, by a number of the young
Melville wenj. up in his balloon a
few minutes beforo 3 o'clock. Ho
dropped in tho water just beyond the
reef this side of tho bell buoy. Great
excitement in town.
Oahu Railway Bonds aro now
quoted at 3 pur cent, premium. An
offer of 2 per cent, for thece bonds
was refused this morning. Wo make
this statement upon reliable author
ity. In tlio Roman Catholic Cafhedial,
at 1) o'clock on Tuesday morning
next, there will be a high pontifical
mass of requiem, for tho repose of tho
souls of those who mot their fate at
Samoa, in tho late disaster theie.
All will be welcome.
Mr. John Hinds and Miss Alice
Ronton were united in marriage at
Kohalti, April 4th. There was a very
largo number of invited guests pre
sent. Tho happy couple came down
on the Kinau this morning and will
go to tho Coast to spend their honey
moon. A memorial service will bo held
at St. Andrew's Cathedral at 11:15
a. in. Sunthiy the Lltli inst. The late
Capt. Schoonmaker and the late l'
II. Aims of the ill fated Vandalia
were regular worshipper at the
bcrvices of tho Second Cougicgation
of St. Andrew's Cathedral.
EVENTS THIS EVEHIIIC.
Blue Ribbon entertainment, at Y.
M. C. A.,at 7:30 o'clock.
Meeting Typographical Union No.
37, at K. of P. hall, Fort street, at
BLUE RIBBOH LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by tho
Blue Ribbon League will be given
to-morrow evening at the Y. M. O. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend. 'Following is tlio pro
gramme: Piano Solo Miss Adelo Whldlileld
Beading AilsMi E Spooncr
Song Mrs. J. owler
Recitation ...... v outer Charlie II do
CjioiiH By ten young Misses
addiess Mr. S. I). Fuller
FAILED TO APPEAR.
Walter K. Hitchcock, charged
with boing a gross cheat, failed to
appear i u tho Police Court at 9:30
o'clock this morning, tho time set
for his trial. A bench warrant was
issued for his apprehension and
placed in tho hands of Capt. Larscn
Shortly after 1 o'clock this after
noon Hitchcock was arrested in Mr.
Ilartwell's law olllce and taken to
the Station house, where he now is.
Steinitz, the famous chess cham
pion, said recently: In my opinion,
chess masters will at no distant time
become tlio recognized leaders of
human thought iu all brandies of
knowledge, and their btaudard of
morality and tiulhfulness will con
cern thu history of uiankiml.
A NATIVK OK
Tho Mikahnla which arrived thU
morning, brings news of a terrible
tragedy at Koloa, Kauai. Last
Sunday a black Portuguese, Joe
Foga by name, was in a houso
where tho body of a native was
awaiting burial. Foga raised a
row over some trifling mnttcr, and
tho Deputy Sheriff, Krtaloa, went
to tho house to quell the distur
bance. Foga picked up a club and
was about to strike tho Deputy
Sheriff, when a native named Kao
hiki interfered. Foga threw down
the club and thawing a knife stabb
ed Kaohiki in tho breast. Tho
latter fell down on the floor dead.
Foga then turned on the Deputy
Sheriff and stabbed him iu the arm
and thon fled. The murderer had
not been arrested when the steamer
Late Foreign lews
The bark J. A. King which ar
rived at Kahului during the week
brought San Francisco papers of
Mnrch loth from which we clip the
Austria is massing troops on the
An explosion took placo at the
West Point boiler works, Pittsburg
March 14th. Five persons were
Parliamentary proceedings against
the printer and publisher of the
Loudon Times will be pushed.'
The weavers at Fall River, Mass.,
are on a strike.
President Harrison lias appointed
John A. KasBon of Iowa, William
Walter Phelps of New Jersey and
George H. Bates of Delaware, to be
Commissioners to represent the
United States at theConferencc, to
be held in Berlin, concerning affairs
in the Samoan islands.
A dispatch from London March
loth, says: The Imperial Govern
ment has agreed to join the Domin
ion in subsidizing a fortnightly
steamship mail service to China and
Japan from Victoria, B. C. The
Governments of Australia and New
Zealand will also subsidize this ser
vice, in order to secure its exten
sion to Auckland and Australian
poits. The subsidies for the Atlan
tic and Pacific services will amount
to 81,250,000 per annum. It is pro
posed to form a "new independent
company to carry on both lines. It
will not be necessary, therefore, for
the Canadian Pacific to undertake
any part of the service, and no
guaranty or capital will bo created
for the purpose.
Notices under V-is head art charged 10 cents
per line for the first insertion, and S Ctnts per line
every additional insertion.
PIANOS for lent at the Music Dc
riurimetit, Hawaiian Hews Ce.
jVfUSICAL Instruments or every des
LYJ. criptiun. for sale choap at the
Music Department, Hawaiian News Co.
Music and Music Folios,
Uiest editions 'Hone and Instru
mental folios at ' Ic Department,
Hawaiian News Jj, 197 lm
AREWAHD of Fifty ($50) Dollars
will be paid hy Mr. S. W. Wilcox,
lieriff of Kauai, for the arrest of Jor
Foyo, a Black Portuguese, for ill')
murder of Kaohiko (k), at Koloa,
Kauai, on April 1. 1881).
Jno. H. SOPER,
Maraliil of I ho Kingdom
Honolulu, April 6, 1889. 2 0 tf
HAVINO sold out my Paia Store to
Captain floo. Ueiueinann 1 would
bespeak for him a continuation of the
liberal custrim heretofore glveu me by
the people of Pain and neighborhood
H iutende to continuu to keep tho lines
heretofore kept there by me and add
thureto a larger Hue of dry goods.
0. II. DICKEY,
flamakuapokn, April 5, 1889.
PERSON to cut, euro and bale, a
crop of Wheat May, about 100
acres. For particulars inquire of
J. It. ROBERTSON,
211 tw Or i, N. Sautlers.
THE jewelry busiims heretofore car
rlcd on under tlio firm namu of
OnmeB & Wiclimxu hut. passed into thu
sole poatCbsion and ownership of the
undersigned, by purchase, and will
hereafter be tnrilcd on ly him at the
old btaml, Fort btreui, Honolulu, whero
all outbtand I jig accounts me to heet-ltlcd.
II, F. WIOUMAN.
Honolulu, Feb, v(l, 8!. 21,1 iw ti.l It
TVTHS. MONHOE, ladies' nurse, has
i.TJL rcmou'd to No II, Ivukul lane,
TVI US. STEVENSON,
ITl unu I'ulicb' mi I'D.
of 22 yi ar experience at Queen Char.
lotto l..yli'g.lii.iioijpitai, ijonuon. inner
laiandH nui omuueu w, iicmucncu,
School utrect, l O.
I'cIb. a?. 170 8m
T E. BHOWN & CO., Proprietors
I laluii bi'inonuihi Uorkt, dcIru
to infoim ciii.luineri, both at lI"iiolulw
and neighboring Islands, that all imply
lioitlu-inii'-t bu ruturncil befo-o oidtia
for further nupi'llcs wU bo cxeuuteil.
Auction Salos by James F. Morgan.
By ordrr of Mr. Clms. II. Jutltl, I will
seil at Public Auction, at my
Salesroom, Queen street,
On WEDNESDAY, April 17th,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOX,
The following Superior Slock:
1 Bay Stallion "Boswell Wooubnrn,"
Sired by Knswoll, sire of Ahnont;
first dam Liuly Wucdburn.
1 Black Stallion "Charcoal,"
Sired by Triumph, (sire of Caseins
M. Clay, Jr,); first dam by Captain
Sired by Triumph,
llrst dam by
1 Buckskin Stallion,
Sired by Spraydon.
1 Large Bay Mare "Pass,"'
Bired by General Knox, Jr., first
dam Sue or Tisilulo Maic.
Also, I Ladies Phaeton
B6f All tho above Slock with the
exception of "Kailinhi," aro broken to
harness, and with tho exception of the
"Buckskin Stallion," were all bred at
Horses & Colts 1
FOR SALE at AUCTION
On Wednesday, April 17th
AT IX O'CLOCK XOOX,
At my Salcsionm, Queen street, I will
tell tit 1'iililiu Auciiun, the fol
lowing Horses & Co'.is:
1 JbioiMi JBLoi'sse I
Broken to names' and Saddler
Sired by King William, out of a
1 Brown Horse !
Broken to Hurne?9 and Saddle.
Sired by Lunalilo, out of a Native
1 Sorrel !Mr.A3E&:E !
Broken to Saddle.
FIVE COLTS I
By an Imported
JtS?" For further particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Or to Cecil BnowN.
TO RENT OR LEASE
Arc ollercd for rent or lease for
a term of years, viz.:
Tho"Heckley Homestead," situate in
Knlihi Waena, togeihcr with uhout ten
(10; acres of kulal'iud, all enclosed.
One Lot of ten (10) acres, more or
less, half of which is the best of taro
land with uu abundant nnd never fail
Inc supply of water adjoins the fore
going lhe taro mid kula will lie rented
sepaialely if dtsind.
One Lot of i ice land, twcnly.two (22)
acres more or less, wlih buildings, etc.,
hituato in Kalihi Waena, emy access to
the public road. Hare opportunity for
a Btnail fuimer.
One Lot, about uiue and a half (Dj
acres, situate on the mauka side of King
street, two miles west of town, suitable
Two Cottages in
Llliha Bttcet, a little
auuve King street.
tSTThese Properties if not disposed
of shortly on pilv.ite terms, will be
leased at public auction sometime In
Also several Cottages,
to rent on favor.
particulars given oa appli
THE undersigned have this day
formed a copaitnershlp under the
firm name of Wright Kros , for the pur
poso of carrying on tho bustners of
Carriago Itiillderp, General Bluckt-mltli-ing
and all kinds of Plantation nnd rhip
Work, on Fort elrecl, adjoining the
Honolulu Pinning Mill.
WILLIAM W. AVRIQHT,
Honolulu, Apiil , 1B80. 315 3t
WE the undersigned liavo this day
f aimed a copartnership under
the firm name of Nam Hung Lung Co.,
for the purpose of conducting business
of liuyliiL' ami ec'Mng goods, wares and
niprplmndise, at No. H, Nuuanu Btrcet,
CHAN MAN CHOY.
LOW AH HOW,
Honolulu, Man.li 29, 169, 3U 3i
Jfe M !
By the S. S. Umatilla, Mr. Ehrlich, of the
Temple of Fashion, will return to Honolulu
with a large and varied sttfckof Dry Goods,
Ladies' & Gents' Furnishing Goods, Chil
dren's Clothing, Ladies', Gents', Misses' &
Children's Boots, Shoes, Etc., which we
respectfully solicit the public to inspect.
S. EHRLICH, Temple of Fashion.
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St EG-AN
Freud, Eilisl ai American Dry anil Fancy Goods !
Also, ITlne CuRtom-mndo Clothing;,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
Boll Xelojplione, CSO -a n Mutual TolepUone, 37 X
No. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOTTRBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH and XIS.ISBL -WJESLJLl&r$: ,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fino & Very Cheap Qualities, as aro wanted ;
GUNS', in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Grin, Best Brand in. tlio Mnrltet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Qtinrta;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts. -
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollinari Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFOENIA WINES,
Zinfanuel, Malaga, Tolcay, Madeira,
All of which will bo sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101) FOI1T STREET. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles I
Agonts for P. Lorillard & Co.'a Tobaccos, &. W. S. Kimball fe Co.'b
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Salo a Full Assortment of-
Riesling, Hocks, Etc., Etc
AT LOWEST RATES by
i. DKALBKS IN-
73, Hotel Street