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FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1889.
Stmr W O Hull fiom Haw nil and Maul
Uktno W II Dimond, in dajs from San
Uktno S G Wilder, 15 ilnysfiom San
ytmr 0 R BtMiop for Walanac, Wnlalua
and Koolau ut 0 n in
Stmr Iwnlnul for Lalialna aud Ilama-
kna at 10 a m
8 S tTinntt11n, Holmes, for San Kran-
elseo nt noon
Stmr Lehua for Hamakiia and Illlo ports
at 4 p in
Mr si'hr Norniu, Johnson, for Midway
Kr bk Koyal Tar, Mowers, for Mm rard
Sehr Mokuola for Ewa
Sclir Kanlllita for Kauai
Sclir Llhollho for Lalialna .
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Pele for Maul aud Hawaii at
From San Fi anclsco, per bktnc W H
Dltnond, April 12 Mrs Demlg and
daughter and 1 steerage.
Fiom San FianeNeo, per 8 G Wilder,
April 12 Mrs Nellson, F Kclscy, L
For San Francisco, por Steam
ship Umatilla, April 12 F. J.
Lowrey, wife and children, Col. Z.
S. Spalding, wife aud family, F. S.
Dodce. wifo and 2 children, II. W.
Dimond, Miss Annie Halstcad, J. F.
Gates and wife, Mis. L. B. Young, A.
lladcliflo, Mrs. Geo. II. Luce, D. Fos-
. ler, Mrs. lluesoll Whilnian and son,
B. F. Dillingham, Miss K. White,
Geo. Abeel, George W. Smith, W. H.
Chickoring, wifo and child, Capt. de
Courcy, Mrs. C. B. Wells and 3 chil
dren, Mrs. A. T. Simmons-, W. It.
Castle and wife, Mrs. J. J. Knapp,
.1. N. S. Williams, D. T. Keamcr, C.
W. Ham and wife, M. Louisson, G.
W. Grannis, J. T. Liebe and sister, J.
T. WnterhouBo Jr., Hon. C. II.
Bishop, J. M. .Rothschild, A.
OTraska, K. Ficomem.F. D. l'ownall,
C. Tlirower.Mibs S. K. Gray.J. K. Mc
Donnell, M. A. Silva, Mrs. Lawicnco
and child, Mr. Noalls.wife and 2 chil
dren, Lieut, and Mrs. Ripley, E. D.
Ponsford, V. Howard, Mrs. Mooie
and maid, George A. Blown.
Mr. and Mrs. Campobullo, J.
B. Greig, Miss Greig, Tom E.
Wall. H. C. Meyers, F. Sinclaii
and wife, II. J. Sa.e, H. Hartley ,M is.
and Miss Frith, M. Rudolph and
wife, Miss Coons, F. Beasly, wifo and
children, C. W. Macfailanc, J. E.
Bush, Miss E. J. Dowaett, L. B. Kerr,
L. II. Anthon, J. Cook, M. Nacay
ama, A. Badclifle, D. G. Camarinos,
J. Green, Napelu, wife and 5 chil
dren, Lima, wifo and child, E. Bar
roll, S. Aleg, 31 men-of-wars-men,
and 100 steei age passengers..
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir Llholiho 1071 bgs sugar.
Sclir Kaulllua 800 bgs sugar, and 420
Stmr Kaala 1032 bgs sugar.
Scbr Kawailani 800 bgs nee.
Stmr Ewa S00 bnehs bananas.
The bktue S G Wilder. Captain A II
Paul, anived this morning, 15 days
from San Fianciseo, beating the batk S
C Allen, which left the latter place
twenty-four houis ahead.
Thcbktne V H Dimond airlvcd this
morning, 10 days fiom San Francisco,
with meichandise valued at 810,914, In
cluding 047 bbls Hour, 10,000 lbs sugar.
1C0 bales hay, 707 ctls bailey, 1,712 sks
bian, 2U.00B lbs beans, 107 ctls oats, 100
bbls lime, 20,000 lbs wool dust, CI tons
fei tilier, 117 pkgs salmon, t-tc.
NVIIVMVH BASEBALL LEAGUE. '
At a meeting of the Hawaiian
Baseball League held yesterday,
Hon. W. P. Allen was re-elected
President, and Mr. James G.
Spencer, Secretary. Credentials of
delegates weio presented fiom the
Honolulu Club H. M. Whitney
jr., and A. Lucas.
Hawaii Club F. J. Testa and
Star Club Chan. Wilder and E.
Kamehameha School Club W. B.
Oleson and Robert Pahau.
The first league gnme will proba
bly be played April 27th, between
the Kamehameha School nine and
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
Holy week's religious serrices
at tho Roman Catholic Cathedral of
April 14th, Palm Sunday. 10 a.
m., blessing of palm branches, fol
lowed by high mass.
Maundy Thursday Holy Thurs
day, April 18th, 7 a. m. high mass
3 p. m. washing the feet; 7 P in
Portuguese sermon ; 8 p. m. Ha
waiiarrfewinon. Good Friday Holy Friday, April
19th, 10 a. in, service with the sing
ing of the passion.
Holy Saturday April 20th, 7 a.
in., service, high mass.
Easter Sunday, April 21st, C and
'7 a- in-, low' masses; 10 a. in., high
pontifical masses, followed by bap
tism of infants and adults; 3 p. nj.,
confirmation, followed by the sayjng
of the holy rosary and the bene
diction of the M. B. saci anient.
Funuy, April 12th.
II. Schenech forfeited bail of $0
Ah Foo.jilias Ah Hoo, was flned
$50 and sentenced to one hour's Im
prisonment for unlawful possession
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Tiik Waialnn murder enso is Blill
nolico of Balo ap-
Tiik W. 0. Hall nnived this after
noon from windward.
A youno lady nearly got eaten up
a liorso on the wharf this noon.
Mn. L. 1). Kerr left on the Umatilla
for England to bo absent three
A NOTicn to
gine Co. No.
the members of En
2 appears in another
of the ercw ot
Mn. 0. Bolte 5b authorized to sign
tho firm name of M. S Grinbauni it
Co. by procuration.
John 15. Uush loft on tho Unintilli
to attend a Seventh Day Adenlist
Confcrcnco in Oakland.
Ten Hawaiians left on the Uma
tilla for Salt Lake City. A l.liger
number leave on tho Forest Queen.
The King has received an auto
graph letter from President Diaz, of
Mexico, announcing his re-election.
DuniNO tho absence of Hon. C. 11.
Bishop from tho Kingdom, Hon. S.
M. Damon holds his power of attoi
ney. An nnportant notice concerning
tho Arcade appeals in an advertise
ment elsewhere. If you want to
save money, call there.
The Royal Mail steamer Zealandia
is due to-morrow from San Francisco
en route to tho Colonies. She will
bring a week's later news.
Lakoi: crowds wero in attendance
at the Japanese celebration of con
stitutional government, at the Immi
gration depot, last cvoninc.
Mn. L. J. Levey has just received
a consignment of cablugcs from
Lanai lancli. Call early to-morrow
morning. They arc immense.
F. W. Bucta, who shot a sailor on
tho baik Newsboy, was sent to San
Francisco to-day on the Umatilla.
He will bo tried at the District Couit
in that city.
The foundation stone of the new
engine houso for China Engine Com
pany No. 5, will be laid at 2 o'clock
to-morrow afternoon, with appiopri
A naval Court of Inquiry, held to
investigate into the loss of the bark
Wandering Minstiel on Midway Isl
and, has resulted in the exoneration
of Capt. Walker from any blame.
The schooner Kaulilua which ar
rived yesteulay, reports that Foyo,
the black Portuguese who stabbed a
native at Koloa with a fatal result,
was found hanging to a tree in the
Mr. Theo. P. Soverin, photograph
ei, took an excellent photogiaph of
the floral decorations at the Central
Union Church, this morning. Copies
are for sale at Mr. Severin's photo
graphic gallery, Fort street.
An extra edition of the Bulletin
containing an account of the memoi
ial sei vices at the thiee chinches,
and the Vandalia's fate, wuh issued
in time for the Umatilla's mail. It
was cageily sought after. A few
copies remain for the Colonial mail.
evehtsIth is evenIhg.
Drill King's Ot,vn, at 7:30.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, I. O. R.
M., at 7:30.
Servico at St. Andrew's Cathedral,
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Hawaiian Council No, G89 A. L.
of II., at 7:30.
Band concert at Thomas Square. at
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1 D. of
R., al 7:30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
iiy l. j. i.r.vr,Y.
At 12 o'clock noon, important
sale of a certain piece or parcel of
land situate on Liliha street, to
gether with the buildings and im
provements thereon. Pull particu
nr j. f. MOitr.AN.
At 12 o'clock noon, G shaics of
British Club stock.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this ovciiing at
Thomas Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is tho pro
gramme: l'AUT I.
Ovei tine Caliph of Bagdad... Bolldleu
Mai ch Memorial Masse
Choi us Day of Judgment.. .Schueldor
Reminiscences of Gounod Godfrey
Kuu Lei, Pun Ohulu, Ua HIM No.
Selection Tho Yeomen of tho Guard
Walu The Yeomen of tho Guard
Medley ltcvei le Beyer
The following mail matter h,as
bepn forwarded f rqin the Post Olllco :
April 6th, per Alameda, 5,080 let
ters mid 1,420 packages of papprs;
per Umatilla, April 12th, 4,520 let
ters and 2,302 packages of papers,
Total 10,400 lettors, 8,72 packages
Naval Disaster at
Special Service at tho Central Union
Church Tho DotoratioEs,
Thui stlay evening, April 11th, n
memorial service was held in tho
Central Union Congregalionnl
Church, for those who lost their
lives in the Sauioan disaster. The
pulpit, platform and choir gallery
were most exquisitely clecoiated
with choicu white ilowors, ferns anil
cvoigreens. In front of the read
ing desk stood a massive floral cross,
at the foot of which was the word
"Vandalia" in white flowers, on a
ground of greenery. On either side
of tho desk on the platform, stood
largo bouquets of lilies. On the
choir desk were potted maiden hair
ferns and bouquets, while overhead
hung a miniature floral ship with a
small American flag at half-mast.
The front of tho oigan was draped
with an American flag. At the top
was a floral star, and half way down
an anchor. To the right of the pul
pit platform hung a large American
flag, and to the left a German one.
Every scat in the church was oc
cupied, among the people piescnt
were: II. R. II. Princess Liliuoka
lani, II. R. II. Princess Kaiulani,
Hon. John O. Dominis, Hon. A. S.
Clegkorn, non. A. P. Judd, Chief
Justice, and Mrs. Judd, Mr. justice
and Mis. McCully, His. Ex. Jona.
Austin, Minister of Foreign Afl'airs ;
His Ex. L. A. Thurston, Minister
of Interior; Ills Ex. C. W. Ash
ford, Attornoy-Gcneral, and Mrs.
Ashford; His Ex. Geo. W. Merrill,
U. S. Minister Resident, and Mrs.
Merrill; Major J. II. Wodehouse,
II. B. M.'s Commissioner; Mons.
G. G. B. d'Anglade, Prench Com
missioner; Senhor A. de Souza
Canavarro, Portuguese Commission
er; Mons. Bellaguet, French Chan
cellor; Mr. T. R. Walker, British
Vice-Consul; Mr. II. F. Glade,
Gcman Consul ; Mrs. and Miss
Glade, Mr. J. P.
for Belgium ; Mr.
Consul .for Peru,
wright; Mr. J. II.
A. J. Cartwright,
and Mrs. Cart-
Paty, Consul for
Mrs. Paty; Mr.
II. W. Schmidt, Consul for Sweden
and Norway, and Mrs. Schmidt ;
Hon. W. P. and Mrs. Allen, Prof.
W. D. and Mrs. Alexander, Hon. J.
B. Athcrton, Mr. A. S. Hartwcll,
Mr. J. II. Hopper, Rev. Geo. Wal
lace, Mrs. S. B. Dole, Hon. Alex.
Young, Mr. J. W. Robertson, Vice
Chamberlain, and Mrs. Robertson ;
Olllcers and sailors of the U. S. S.
Alert, Mr. C. Afong, Mrs. J. M.
Damon, Mrs. S. M. Damon, and the
mombors of Geo. W. De Long Post.
G. A. R., who marched into church
in a body and occupied seats to the
right of the pulpit platfoim. Mr. J.
O. Caiter and Ins feou were very as
sidious in their attention to seat
those who attended the bcrvico.
The exercises opened with a vio
lin and organ duet, an air by Stra
della, played by Messrs. J. W.
Yarndley and Myron Jones respec
tively, followed with prayer by the
Rev. E. G. Beckwith, D. D., which
opened with the wouls, "Outjof the
deep do we cry unto Thee O Lord."
Two verses of tho hymn "Jesu
lover of my soul" wero sung by
choir and congregation. Scriptuie
reading by Rev. Dr. Beckwith camo
next. The choir sang with much
taste an nntliem, "O thou afflicted, "
by Dudley Buck and then Rev. W.
C. Merritt read a chapter fiom the
book of Revelations. A solo from
Handel's Messiah, "He shall.feed his
flock,"was beautifully sung by Mrs.
Paty. After piayer by Dr. Beek
witli, a violin and organ duet,
'Adagio in A flat," by Beethoven
was effectively played by Messrs.
Yarndley and Jones.
The address was delivered by
Rev. C. M. Hyde, D. D., who said:
Tidings of tho disaster at Samoa
camo upon this community like a
thunder peal and a lightning flash
out of a clear sky. The first thought
in the minds of many of us was
that in this strange providence tho
God of Nations, who is no less the
Sovereign Ruler of the Universe,
had inado manifest to all of what
little avail aic the schemes to thwart
or turn aside the onward sweep of
the Divine purposes. Above all the
mighty foices of tho physical sys
tem is an Alruightincss that directs
and controls them. Thcro is no
earthly power so high as to be beyond
tho reach of God's omnipotent sway ;
no earthly object so small as to bo
beneath His notice, left without His
care. A tiny drop of water of
what small account is it! The view
less air of what moment is that?
But let God's hand gather these tiny
drops into one mountain mass of
watcis; let God's hand but loosen
with a lush this viewless air; then
of what avail is all the skill of man
or the enginery lip can manipulate?
All tho science of man has not
yet given him tho right of eminent
domain over the forces of nature.
They are ours to use, ns we can, but
not to command. Acknowledgment
of Divine sovereignty, how oyer,
does not imply belief in Dlvino in
terference with the established order.
God's hand liojds controj of human
wills, as well as physical forces.
Such a terrible calamity as has
stricken many hearts with n grief
beyond, wqrdb to express, is no mere
unexpected outbreak of the forces
of nature, as when the Yandalfa'a
wheel went to pieces with a crash
and the rudder was dashed into
splintois by tho force of the wave9.
Was it a mere fortuitous airangc
incnt that brought together so mauj
vessels in that littlo roadstead of
Apia, aud in the calamity following
concentrated the thoughts of the
woi Id on that small group of coin!
islets. Shall wo applaud nr abhor
tho purposes or policies that led to
tho possibility of such a disaster?
And can wo refuse to recognize and
revere tho Divine ordering of ele
mental forces and human purposes
in tlicso events. Why, even tho
woids wo use bear their testimony to
the real conviction of our minds.
Disaster, what'is that but the malign
influence of the stars in the ruin of
human hopes and the overthrow of
human plans. History repeats it
self again and again. Heie we
mourn over what seems useless as
well as a fearful waste of life and
property. The object of contention
is not worth the loss in dollars and
cents which this disaster alone has
entailed upon tho two nations es
pecially involved. Is it wortli
while to bring into these far off wn
ters the jealousies and rivalries that
mako Europe seem liku a congeries
of military camps rather than a sis
terhood of Christian nations? Why
this luinous attempt to maintain an
ideal balance of power in acquisi
tion of foreign territory as well as
in the maintenance of great military
establishments? The day has passed
when governments and business can,
with any piospcct of success, be ad
ministered for the exclusive benefit
of any one poison or the excessive
gain of any one set of people. The
idea that controls in the United
States is the idea that must control
all successful administration of gov
ernmental policy, all successful man
agement of business cutei prises, and
that is the greatest good of the
gieatest number in ways that shall
develop the.greatost productivity of
the individual and the greatest com
munity of interest in the social rela
tions of human life.
We sec the waves rolling
in, the vast volumes of water rising
above the masts of tho laboring ves
sels, and breaking with flushing
force upon the hapless victims of
the suiging billows. We shudder as
we see with what great stiength the
suiging ocean lifts and tosses on the
rocky shore the huge hulks of the
doomed ships. Wc hear above the
billows' roar that awful shriek, the
bubbling cry of some stiong swim
mer in his agony. Wc cringe in
impotent despair as some uplifted
hand or upturned face appeals for
help in the mute misery of a death
beneath tho engulfing wave.
How strange the coutiast between
the uneventful life of officers and
seamen in their prolonged stay in
this port of peace. Yes, uneventful
we rightly call that loutlne life in
these summer isles of these Pacific
seas. It needs critical times, posts
of peril, to bring out the higher
qualities, the godlike characteris
tics, of our common humanity.
Deatli in the line of duty was a
thought to louse in us the sense ot
honor, fidelity to a standaul of char
acter and attainment above the ave
rage ordinary mortal, and his meek
yielding to fleshly tomptations of
time and sense. The -body maybe
bruised and mangled, but the spirit
that keeps itself supreme to the
agony and the torture, has in it an
immortal clement that shows its
kindship with the supernatural and
the Divino. Thoso seamo'u weio
there on guard duty. Hut no peril
of wind or rain could mako them re
creant to the duty imposed on them.
Then) was one gallant ollicer
whose splendid phjsique and hercu
lean stiength brought to him in
those awful moments no more assur
ing fact than the puny stiength of
the feeblest infant
Anticipating his probablo fato ho
went below to write words of affec
tionato farewell to his wife and
family to whom he was so fondly
attached. That fact is known
for the comfort of the son owing
ones, but whore nro thoso words of
undying lovo? Who can recount
all tho thrilling incidents of heroism
that throw tho gloiy of the unseen
world upon tho tear-stained record
of those eventful hours? What
sympathy and encouragement, was
so heartily shown in the cheers given
with a will for the brave tars on the
English vessel as she put out to &ea
to keep from ftu tlier imperilling those
to whom nearness meant danger
rather than relief ! What kindness
was shown by those, whoso homes
and inheritance had almost passed
out of their feeble resistance to the
clutches of a grasping power) who
yet, in this hour of cxti entity made
no distinction in ministering to all
who needed such assistance as they
could give. We might almost turn
these memorial services for tho dead
into pems of praise to God for tho
instances, of heroism shown by thoso
whose moed of praUo no vaids of
ouis can adequately set fotth.
At tho conclusion of the address
the hymn "Jesus, Savior, pilot me"
was sung by choir and congicgalion,
and then Rey. V. C. Merritt pro
nounced the benediction. A the
congregation left the church Mr.
Jones played an Adagio from Mc-.
zart's Requiem Mass.
; . ,.7.,'iga
0T THE DOWNEY,
The Mr. Downey who was Ipst on
the ill-fated Vandalia, nt Apia, was
not Chief Hoatswnlu Mate Downey,
who was so favorably known here in
athletiu circles. Mate Downey is
now on the U. S. S. Monangahelu,
which left Sau Francisco February
21st, for Apia,
ti'otlcci under llt heart are ehnrgetl 10 centt
per lineor thefirtl interiion, mid etnto per line
ei t ru nihliltonat imctllon.
ESSRS. DODD & MILLER
linu just imivctl n Utiinlllla
another lot .f time PIlIIiADKLl'HIA
IAOEU DKi;H" In Uegs which lliey
ate olfcring tolliolr uiutomcrs. 218 Uv
Stmrs "UMATILLA" & "AUSTRALIA"
F.tlday. 12 noon:
Triday, 12 noon:
Hawaiian Tramways Co,
ON a3 AFTER
The l!2lh inst., theio will 1-e a
Half Hourly Service To and From
Waiklki, as follows:
Sundays fiom 0: 0 a. in. to 10.00 p. m.
Saturdays from 0:00 a. m. to 0:00
a. in.; 2:S0 f. m. to 10.03 p. ip.
a. in ; .'
i lay j from 11:0) a. m.
,ro p. m. to C 00 p. in.
The Car will leave I'alnma nt the
hoiit uniI lialfhnur, Knit -titut 8 mia.
uu 'at r, Itltlu Huu'e iit27liiiiiiilp and
57 in mi tit pi st tin- liour ai il 'n m Wai.
klk i a 7 minuiL'b mitt : uiii.ulid past
Uislil the Sfhool ''iirs to Oahu Col
lego lln're will In. .i connection every
two hours fiuni the Ifille It itigc as fol
'ow: at !l '-7 . m., 1I:J7 it. m,l:27
p. in., a 'T i in, r.2" p in. and 7:27
(IS?" .V Complete Time Table is in
preparation bhouiug when tho ( am will
piss club of the crossing siulions, anil
may bo piocuml ou Fudiy from the
(Joinpanj 's ofllcc. 221 3t
rpo purchase Government Bonds to
X the amount of $5,000. Apply to
li. A. WlUJfiMANN.
QUA.UTEKLY dividend of Three
($3 00) Dollars, per shire, v,'i be
paid ti the stockholders of Wildet's
atuuntship Co , at tin ir olllco. on -viYTUIt.
DAY, the Will instant.
S, 11. HOSE,
Honolulu, April 10, 1S39. 220 !lt
nn Alakcu Mreet, opposite Dr. Me.
WayneV, A, nlj l .lohn Cook, on lire
inUes. or at this oilier. 219 tf
rnilESul Ko-ii?'' mp.ny having this
X liny Miru'un-id 1 ti- "('otiuipolitau"
Hettiunttil trniit M Inn lieu, will here
ariirc.ii i il on a-, h lirsi ( lass eating
li'iiihi'. 'He ptitprli-tiiiR will tpare no
pains to tn kc ii- pi ice attractive and
sjtisfacloi) i.i iHinmiTH,
hUl KONG I O.MPANY,
Uy Hop Sing.
Honolu'u, April 0. T-fcfl. 210 lw
NOTICE Is heieby fslxen that Jun
Men haing tills day cold out bis
llltutost In the '-Cosmopolitan" Kestnu
l.mt, lately on lied ou by him ou
Iletliel stuet, adjoining the prcmiHcs
of .Vchms C.ihtle it Cooke, to tho .Sal
Kong Company, fiom and afttr tlie Dili
inst.. said lit in will collect all at counts
and pay all bllN coiiueeti'il with said
btihlnei-s and the said .Inn IIimi will ool
leet all oiiIkI, Hilling account. Jun lice
alone being miti oiicl to iceclit for
Mime, aud will pa all cliilm-. against
the icktatii.iut to the .iIkimi incut oned
date. JUX HEi:.
Honolulu, Apill 8, 188'J. 218 y
AltEWAIip of Plfij ('0)
will hopiid by Mr. s. V
HliurlU' of Kauai, for II .m
l'njn, a I thick, l'oikiytu-ic,
murder of ICiioliikc C ,) m
Kauai, on April 1, 188 '
i oi" iii
jno. u, sort Jl,
MursliM of the Kingdom
Honolulu, Apill U, 1880. a 7
QIOTT'S Goniilno Midlothian Oatmeal
ij In H lb, tliift. For sale by
UltOWX X CO.,
L'8 Mriehant bttuct,
JUST TO HAND !
Ver '. .V. WILCOX."
A. Fredli Supply of the
Celebrated Genuine Bavarian
III Quails $ I tub).
F. A. SCHAEFER & Go.
Offiiiii; oteaiflsliiv Goi'y.
By the S. S. Umatilla, Mr. Bhrlich, of the
Temple of Fashion, will return to Honolulu
with a large and varied stock of 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 EGAN
CeJrOn account of the death of Mr. .Simon Colin the entire neir and
magnificient slock will be sold for cash at and below co8t. Everything
must be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. The stock con
sists of the latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Kibbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Boot9, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we hare a
large and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' and Uoys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Bell Xelcphouc, SO -a CSS"
No. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, HYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Hulk oi Caic;
SCOTCH and XJR,!. TV SJL ISEC Y,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
GER33, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old 'X'oiii Giu, XSuMt Brand in tlie Marlicl;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Aie & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In l'inlB and QuarU;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Tints and Quarts.
lMttttra. Liiqnors AliHinthe,
Apollinari Water, Kiuninols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA. WINES,
Zhifumlel, Malaga, Tokay,
All of whieh will be hold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101 FOHT NTHKET. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
AgontB for V. Lorillard & Co.'b TobaccoB, & "W. B. Kfthball Co.
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Street.
& CO Honolulu, H. T.
Mutual "XVlepliono, 37 1
Sale a Full Assortment of-
RicHling, Hocks, Etc., Etc;
AT LOWEST HATES by
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