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JLVMLY- IkriiLbiMtt.: HjUNXUJlU, H., h MAY 1 188&
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MONDAY, MAY 13, 1889.
Btmr Mlknbula from Knitnl
Stmr Like Iku from .Maul
Stinr Wiitnleulo from Kiuuil
tiehr Maty fiom Kauai
It Al S S Alameda, 0 dnya fiom San
tfehr Sarah aud Eliza from Koolnu
S B'Alameda for the Colonic?
Stint- okolll for Molokul
Sttar final u for w aialtta mid Walanue at
9 a m
dtmr J A (Jumm'ns for Koolau at 9 a in
Stuir Viva for olukul
Stuir Lehua for llanmkua and Hllo ports
at i p in
Schr Rainbow for Koolau
belir Mol Wahluu for Ihun km, Hawaii
Scur Walmalu for Huelo, Jjlnul
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr V lulcnlc for Kauul at 6 p in
Btmr Mlkahala for Ruiiul at 5 p m
Stuir I-Ueliko for Mnul aud uu, ports
al o p m
Vrom Sau Francisco, per It M S S
Ala nedu, May IS XV P A Brew cr, ifc,
2clilldnn and scivant, B Cai twi iglu,
wife and 2 childien, Miss Maig.iict
Cook, Mrs J 11 Isher and child, Jllss
I.diusa Uaallnjj, K J Llllle, C w Mac
failaiie, wife and child, W X Phillips
and wife, J G I'roiity, l K Silva, Ju
Welidi and wife, aud fl 1 cabin In transit
for the otolites.
rrdni .vtnnl pur "stmr Llkcllko, Miy
12 II Boblnt.on, Mrcehobey. Uio II r
tram, Mis Mahua Kalci and child, Kev
J Walamau, Mis Hcalov. ltcv W, D
Wentcrvelt, Hev O P Emerson, and 40
F.oui Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, May
12 V V Glade, wife and child, I)r
Campbell, .1 Blaikle, Stair Kupit aud
wife, Mi.is Hairls, 11 Amyhre, C alscr,
Mrs Buitclmanii, G N Wilcox, B Gu
erro, IV P.iulseu, 1 pil oncis and t58
For Samoa, Auckland and ydncy,
per 11 M r S Alameda, oy 12 Waiter
Ulll, F (J Smith, W S Mallby, J j. Cot
trell, and 4 steerage.
The Am bktnc John Smith, Capt
Kustcl, sailed from Kahiilul for Sun
Francisco May 8th with DOG ion.-, sugar,
valued at 88S),780.83.
The RMS Alameda discharged f ai
Francisco i Hot May 5th. at 1:5 pin;
stopped for llouolu'u i Hot iiay 12th,
at 8 :25 a m Time G days, 10 hours,
30 minutes. First SO hours had strong
o v anu westerly winus, Willi nigu sen.
Thence moderate N E aud easterly
winds, with smooth sea.
AKKIVALS AT SAN rilANOISCO.
April 20-chrGeoC Peikius, 1C days
from. Honolulu; April 28, bk U D Bry
ant. 20 days, and bark Foiest Queen, H
days from Honolulu; bark i-crrls S
Thompsou, 1-1 days from Kahulul: May
4, Echr Anna, 17 ilays from Kahului.
DEPAUTORES FROM SAN FRANCISCO :
April 28, balk Colusa; April V0, bark
Lady Lampsou, both for onolulu;
May 2, brig W G Irwin; May 4,' bark
FerriB S Thompon, both for Kali lul
Auckland -April 28, S S Zealandia
FoitT Townsend April 30, bark Ivy
JPoht Blaheley May i, bark Cey
lon for Honolulu,
From f-au Francisco: Bk Forest
Queen on May 15; bk C O Bryant on
May 18; S S Umatilla on May 24, and
bktuo W II uimoud (uo date).
BROWN At Sau Francisco. April 28,
188U, Rosalie Henry, daughter of
Marccllus rrench of Richmond,
Virginia, aud widow of Arthur,
eldest sou of the late Thomas
Brown, of Honolulu.
Tho Hawaiian Band will givo a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is tliu pro
gramme: PART I.
Overture Festival '. Bach
March Tiinuhiiust'r Wagner
Fantasia Mill in the Forest. .Eilenbcrc
Seleot on Ernatil Verdi
Hoohcho, Hllo Kupalokc, Olwl Nani.
Selection Ermlnlo Jakubousky
Waltz-Spanish Students. . . .WaldteuM
Medley Reverie eyer
Two inarches by Be gcr: (a.) Emma
Square; (b.) One Thousand.
THE SUCAR MARKET.
The sugar market was firm at latest
advices, being quoted at 7.47 cents.
The London market is reported
firm. The latest advices from Cuba
indicate v still higher rise in prices.
Holders of sugar stocks in London
and New York arc -also awaiting an
' MISSED THEIR POI.
The members of tho Na Lani
Ehiku Club, S. Hiram, Kalama,
Kuhia, Wiliokai, Moo and Jack
Ailau returned from the Coast on
the Alameda. Thoy were one of the
attractions at the Orpueuni in San
Francisco for a week or more, but
somehow or another they got home
sick, missing their poi and lish. They
will pick up in n few days.
In tje stoie of the Hawaiian
INews Co. may be seen two very fiuo
specimens of wood engraving by
jjenry Grube Jlarchant. One is a
cut of the Government building
taken froin u photograph before the
Katnehnroeha statue was erected, the
other, an Eastern .Steamship Com
pany's bUBlncEB card. Tho first
named is au excellent piece of work,
showing that this young mnn is
making rapid advancement in Ids
IQCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A caoq bonoh bund la ndvortUq4
is wanted in a good
A first class coamorama is offered
Mu. L. Adler lias roplonislied
stock of boots and shoes.
Mns. Macmillan, dressmaker, lias
a business notice oUewhere.
The band gives a moonlight con
cert at Emilia Square this evening.
A SPUCIAI. niccting of tho Hawaii
Baseball Club uill bo held this eve
ning. The Swiss Warblers leavo for Wai
lukti, Maui, to-morrow. Returning
they will visit Kauai.
Tur. temperance meeting for men
was not held on Satuuluy evening,
for tho lack of an audience.
The Alameda lmd some lino trot
ting stock on board -for llio Colonies.
Two of the horses can trot in 2:17.
II. B. M. S. Espiegle has left
British Columbia for Honolulu, and
may bo looked for tiio middle of this
Hon. John A. Cummins and his
son Thos P. Cummins have been
elected members of tho California
The thanks of tho 13ui.lf.tin aro
due Purser W. O'Fcrrall of tho Ala
meda, for files of late papers, Ho
has beau to this port bcfoie.
All members of tho first battalion,
Hawaiian Volunteers, are ordeied to
report at the Ainiory at 7:30 this
evening, in fatigue uniform.
ltATHER a small nuuienco was
prebont at the Opera House Satur
day evening, on the occasion of the
entertainment by the Swits waiblors.
The following names appeared on
tho register of the Brooklyn Hotel,
Sau Francisco, April 28th : D. Ka
mochookahi, C. D. Xcalbhapandle,
The light, between Peter Jackuon
and Patsy Cardiff, at the rooms of
tho California. Athletic Club, April
20th, was won by Jackson in the
Mr. P. L. Brrington, late of the
Marine Guard of thovV'Vandalia," has
been detailed as Sergeant-Major of
the 1st battalion Honolulu Rifles, un
til further notice.
Tin: members of tho W. C. T.
Union aro arranging to give a lunch
in the vestry of the Central Union
Church Thursday next at noon.
Glad to hoar of it.
The W. S. Bownc leaves for San
Francisco on Wednesday at noon.
She will carry passengers, having
first class accommodation. Messrs.
Schacfer & Co. are agents.
The S. S. Belgic is duo on Wednes
day from China en route fur Sun
Francisco. Good opportunity to
forward correspondence aud the
"Bulletin Weekly Summary."
Mr. Thco. P. Sevcrin has purchas
ed all the negatives taken by tho two
Eastern photographers, who have
been heie the past two months. Du
plicates can be obtained of Mr. Se
erin. Someone onteied Mr. Sam. Car
ter's office on King street early Sun
day morning, by forcing open the
back door. Nothing of value was
taken. Tho policu have no clue as
The Westmeuth sugar case has
been decided by tho United States
Treasury in favor of the American
Refinery, which paid $02,000 extra
duty under protest on account of al
A horse attached to a hack ran
away from tho Merchant stieot stand
Saturday evening. It went past the
Opera IIouso at a lively paco and
turned to its stublo near the Catholic
burying ground, leaving the hack
A despatch from Chicago dated
April 20th, says: Z. S. Spalding of
Honolulu passed through Chicago
to-day, en route to New York. Ho
says that whilo ho was riding from
San Francisco to Chicago ho made
$25,000 by tho riso of 2 cents a pound
. m i
At tho Cieniorno Theater, San
Francisco, April 27th, Tom Avery
and Ed, C iiife commenced an eight
round boxing contest with largo
gloves. In tho fourth round Cuilb
struck Avory heavily just over tho
heait. The latter fell and died a few
moments later. Cuflh surrendered
himself to the police.
MitH. General Wallace, well known
here, died at Ottawa, Illinois, April
17th, in the 57th year of her age.
She leaves one sister and two
brothers to mourn her Iobs Mrs. C.
II. Wallace, lato of H'amakuapoko,
Maui; John J, Dickoy, Superintend
ent Western Union Telegraph Head
quartern, Omaha, Nebraska, and
Charles II. Dickey, of Haiku, Maui,
The Alameda's report and passen
ger lists appoar elsewhere, She was
bulletined to sail at 8 o'clock Sunday
night, buf. owing to coaling opeia
tions was nearly an hour later in
getting awav. A largo number of
Mr. Hill's friends were on deck to see
him oil', and his room was beauti
fully decorated with flowers. Shortly
after seven o'clock tho King sent for I
Mr. Hill to eoo him nt tho Palace,
where Hin Mujesty cordially wished
him boa voyage.
EAMEnAMtrua wale away
WITH THE 1IOXOLCLCS.
The second I ague gnme of base
ball was played on Saturday after
noon between thuKnineliamelias and
Ilonohiliis, and was witnessed by
on exceedingly large assemblage.
Quite a number of ladies were on
the grand stand which has been fit
ted up with new seats. Charlie
Wilder undeitook this woik at an
expense of S 100. He has collected
$2G, so it will be seen there is a
shoitagc. As the league has money
in hand it Is likely the deficiency
will be made up, without some
"good Samaritans" step in. Ex
cellent accommodations have been
provided for the scorers and mem
bers of the press.
Tin' game was a very interesting
one from beginning to end and full
of cxcilcnuiil. It was the first ap
pearance of the Ilonolulus, and they
looked neat in uniforms of blue and
white. Hay W'udeliouse, the catch
er, had a soru finger, and as might
bo expected was not up to his mark.
Tho same may be said of Parker,
the pitcher. Harry Whitney playi-d
a good game at second, Willie
Lucas at llrst, and Fiiedenburg ut
third, acquitted themselves well.
The out-licldcrs did not have much
to do. Low muffed a lly which
proved rather costly..
The Kamehamclias played a really
fine game, the pitcher and catcher
being entitled to special credit.
Their fielding was good and they
have every reason to be proud of
their success. In the eighth innings
when four runs behind their oppo
nents, they went to work and piled
up seven runs, adding three more in
the ninth innings. The applause at
different points of the game was al
most deafening. Following is the
T. it. B II O. A. K
Wodehousp, o 4
Luc.ib G., fes G
Whitney, 2 i G
I rledeiilnug, 3b .. 5
Lucas ., r.f G
Low, c.f 5
Oat, l.f 5
Lue.is W lb.. 5
Pal ker, p 4
'lotal 4G 10 !) .7 10 8
T. R. II. H O. A. E.
Wise, 2b G
Pakelc, lb 4
I'ahtiu, c 4
A. Laweliwe. l.f.
M Laweliwe. l.f.
.Makaiiuoku, s s ..
Total 38 14 21 27 27 10
By Innings 1234 50780
Honolulu 1115 0 0 0 0 210
Kaniehameha 2U0a0007 327
Earned Runs Honolulu l,Kamclia
Two Base Hits Wise; Lnwelawe M.
Double Pl..y -Whlliiuy, Fiiedenbuig.
Bases on Balls By Parker 1; by Da-
HltbyPltc'ier-By Paiker 3; by Da
Wild Pitches Parker 1.
Passed alls Wodehouse, 4; Pabau,
Time of Game
Umpiie Geo. F.
-Two boms and 30
A FEW MINOR POINTS.
Gaidncr Wilder tolled the
bell in good btvle.
A wag remarked that the reason
the Ilonolulus lost was because
there were too many Lucases in the
Those veterans William Wilder
and A. J. Cartwright enjoyed the
game immensely, judging by the ex
pression on their faces.
A bulloou ascension at Waikiki
attracted the attention of the specta
tors during a portion of the game.
Yes, indeed, 'Arry looked 'and
soiiic in 'is new huniform.
MAUI RACING ASSOCIATION.
At the annual meeting of the
Maui Racing Association, held jn
Wailuku, Saturday, May 4, 1889,
the following ollicers were elected to
serve for the ensuing term :
It. D. Walbridge
A. F. Hopke
L. M. Vetlesen. Secretary "
W. F. Mossinati.Treasuier "
Executivo Committee : Messrs.
C.-Il. Broad, W. II. Cornwell and
II. G. Tread way.
A full and liberal programme wat
adopted by the Absoeiation for the
next 4th of July, the annual race
meeting of the Association, and a
committee is at pnsent engaged in
arranging the progiainme and giv
ing names to the different races,
whereupon the piogrumme will he
published in the Honolulu Hui.lktin.
Tho following gentlemen were elect
ed honorary members of the Asso
ciation: His Majesty King Kala
kaun. Col. Claii Spieckels, Messrs.
J no. D. Spieckels mid K. A. Uielcn
Monday, May 13lh,
Kuahuwahi, Jack Kaanaana, Cun
ningham, Albert Dray, Hairy and
O. Schusslur, lacli forfeited bail o(
$0 for drunkenness.
L. TnuUsant was lined $15 with
83:30 coats, for furious and heed
A similar chargo ugainst Joe
Shaw was dismissed.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
B,ind concert nt Emma Squaro,
at 7: B0.
Harmony Lodge No. 3 I. O. of O.
1 at 7 :30.
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:00.
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping classes,
at 0:30 and 7:15.
Battalion drill, Hawaiian Volun
teers, first battalion, at Arinorv at
Special meeting Hawaii Baseball
Club, at tho Hook & Ladder hall,
Mr and Mrs. Bruco Cartwright
and family returntd home on the
Alameda after a visit of several
months on the Coist.
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Glade of
Kckaha, with their daughter, came
to town Sunday morning.
Hon. Henry Waterhouso preached
at Kaumakapili church, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Macfar
lane aro back from the Coast looking
Mrs. J. II. Fisher was among the
passengers returning on the Ala
meda. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. A. Brewer
and family came down on the Ala
iLcda Sunday on a visit.
Mu. It. J. Lillic returned from tho
East on the Alameda looking well.
Mrs. Lillie is still in San Francisco.
FIRiT CLASH Co-moramn, com
plete, with 10 larcc lenses. 2 sc-
1-eo.scope and about 180 birge and 100
-nmllor pictures All in flrst-olass order.
The plenties Include some beautiful
illuminated photo 18 in. bv 14 in. aud
12 in. by 12 in. Apply at this oillce.
?4S 3 at
MR. LOUIS ADLER begs to inform
lli putilic llui ho has received
n ilegant assortment of Lavlic3 and
i-nl'H Booh', Shoes ui d Slipper by the
'ist strnmcr. 218 'in
ABLA'K Silk Vo k'mg, containing
fancy lonel, purse, etc $5 rewunl
-v ill be given to any person retnininir
Img and" content to this oillce 247 Mi
DURING my temporary al sence from
ibe Kingdom W. II Cornwell will
aU for me in all mutcis of buincs
uuder mil poi r of iittonify.
Mrs. A. COBNWELL.
Honolulu, May tl, 18t9. "i4f 81
HON. JAS. I. DOWSETT will act
fur mu in all mutters of business
under a full pnwnr of attorney during
my temporary absence from iln King
ilnm. WALTER HILL.
Honolulu, May 10, 1889. 24 tl lw
DUUING my temporary abenco from
ihu Klnudom my wife will act for
mu under lull power of attnrnev
T. W. RAWLINS.
Honolulu, May t', 1889. 245 lw
TW. LUNING re-ptct fully requcMh
that all claims ugainst him will
he pre-ented for settlement before the
0lh May. Also tht all claims duo to
him he pdd on or before that date.
JOHN RIT-ON seeKs office employ
inent, town or country To be found
it Messrs J. F. C'mburu & Co'h rifflci
or. address? O Box 20. 211 1
GRAPES FOR SALE.
MR. T. CRISTLEY, Fort street, just
bi-low rcli iui street, has for sale
a quantity, nf tine Orapes on tho vine.
People wishing to purchase may call at
he above pliic i any day aficr 5 o'clock
i'. n.. aud select any quun iiy at thn rate
of 5 lbs. fr$l. 244 lw
JUST TO HAND
Ex "G. N. WILCOX."
Efficient Wood Preserver !
FOll 8AI.K .T-
F. A. Schaefer & Co.'s
25 Cents Pound.
Picked Every Day !
WOLFE & Co.
tST'GrnneH for orders to be llllcd for
tho other Iflandti, will he picked right
from the vines. 245 lm
Mm. MONHOK. ladles' liurae. has
removed to Kn !1, Kukul lace
and liidleb n ui so.
of 23 yearn experience at Queen Char
inttu Lylug-liMlni'plitd, London. Other
Ihlaiid" lint nbjix ltd tn, Residence,
"Jordan llouie." vehool itreet P o
Cox 475 ; Mutual Tele. 87?, 170 8m
SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLDB
Tuesday, June I I, '89.
Races to Commenco at 10 o'clock a. m.
1st KAMEIIAMEHA PLATE:
Free, for all.
i mile dash.
2nd HIS MAJESTY'S CUP:
Hawaiian bred hordes,
3rd KING'S PLATE:
1 mile dash.
TROTTING and PACING. Ml!e
heats; lie-ti. 'i, in 3 to IminesB. liu.
wiUliui bred liorbcs.
4th QUEEN'S PLATE:
RUNNING RACE. i mile dash.
Kite tor nit.
Sth GOVERNOR D0MINIS' CUP:
RUNNING IUCE. ?. mile dash.
Ilawuihu bred noises.
6th WAIMANAL0 CUP:
TROTTING RACE. Thtco minute
clues, .iiiu heals.; best a in '4. For
all horses tti.U have never beaten tl
7th FUTURITY STAKES:
nt VO ,'j mliedash
bred 2 t-nr olds,
and cits dl.
19 entries llllcd
8th KAPI0LANI PARK PLATE:
TROTTING and PACING. Free,
for nil Mile hu.its; best 3 in 5. All
hor.ef wi h record of 2:.0or better
to be handlc.ippi d.
9!h R0SITA CHALLENGE CUP:
RUNNING RACE. I mile dh.
Fiee lur ml, wmiiui to Ueutl:l5.
To be run for un'iually.
RUNNING RACE. J mile heats;
lit-M '1 in tt. uuAitiiati bred horsia
Cup to ucc me the property of tht
wiuner two consecutive years. Win.
ner lubl year, Water ford Colt.
11th POST MATCH, $20:
TROTTING and PACING, llilo
heals; beal 2 iu 3. For nil horses
not having a record of 11:40 or
better To lie driven, tiy members
of (ho Hawaiian Jockey Club to
12th WATERF0RD CUP:
RUNNING RACE, ljf mile daBh
11 twuiinn bred li irses.
13th OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. CUP:
NOVELTY RACE RUNNIMG. 1
mile dah. 11 quarter. 2nd quarter,
Krd quarter aud 4th quarter. Ila.
wnii. m bred horses.
14th PJNY RACE:
HUNN'NG 1 milo dash. Forall
ponies 14 hands and under. Ha
ALL mikes of Piano taken in part
payment inward llio Celebrated
Deck- r tiros'. , J. & C. Fii-cher & Con.
ridi I'ianoj tor which wenre sole agent".
Music Department, Hawaiian News Co.
SECOND-HAND Pianos, from $v.
io $200, wuriliyol attention. Music
Dcpurtnn nt, Hawaiian News Co.
ANY mako of Piano for which we
are iicenU will sell on monthly
instalnicnlH of $10 up, or at New York
price-i fni cash, flu&lc Department, Ha
waiian Numb Co.
JUST received the Peerless Fischer
Piano, KU'irnntci-d It 5 years, rati
and oce it. Music Department. Hawaiian
ALL kinds of Musical InptrumenU,
MiiMoul Merchandise, shed Mmln
and Mu-ic Books on Mile at the Music
Department, Uauiiiinn News Co.
DURING mv tciniioraiy nlisenco from
llio Kingdom Chas Mamhall will
act for mo under full poui-r of attorney.
C. W. HART,
(17 Hotel Kiro't
Honolulu, May ft, 1889 212 lw
NOTICE ol REMOVAL.
FLOUR, Lock & Gunsmith,
opposite In Hie pre.
misi-g ni'ctiiilud formerly by Max Eckart
n a jewelry More,
next door to Hud.
sclilneu'er & Co.
iu the Damon Bio k,
IScihcl bin ol.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
AL. SMITH has removed his placo
of biihliirss on Fort s'reol to
th'btore In tie Mel tyre Hlnck, Jiift
lelnw Worn or & C.i. , I on stio:t
v b re he wi 1 tin pluased tn ri rve his
cut inui uiiiil Id- lieu More is finished.
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
W. McGUIKi: having moved tils
idiiee of business from tho oillce
of the Hawaiian Tiansfer Co., to tho
harness fchop of F. Phi 1 1 , No. 02 King
street, begx to notify his friends and the
public generally that be is ready to cou
tlnno tho express and dniy buslnesi
under tho nauio of J W. MeOuiro. Dell
Telephone No. HI, Mutual W, 230 1(
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORNER HOTEL. &
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
J.rF $1.50 A E.A.XJEfc.
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!'
(No. 1 QUALITY);
jJJO $1.50 A- JP-AJCJR.
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
CSTOd account of the death of Mr. Simon Colin tho entire now and
magnificient slock will be Bold for cash at and below cost. Everything
tnitst be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. Tho stock con
sists of the latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we have a
large and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' and Hoys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Boll '.Telephone, CO -a JCST
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, EYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH and IRISH WHISKY,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
GINS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Gin, Best JSraiid in. tlio Market;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case, All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Quarta;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In rinte and Quarts.
Bitters. Liquors Absinthe,
Apollinurl Water, Kiiininolu,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfandol, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hocks, Etc., Etc.
AU of which will bo aold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101) FOHT STREET. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents for 1, Lorillard fc Co.'b Tobaccos, Jc W. S. Kimball & Co.'i
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - -' 73 Hotel Street,
Corner Hotel & Fort StreetB.
& CO Honolulu, n. I.
Mutual Telephone, 371
Salo a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST KATES by
Jk DBALURS IN-
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