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SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1H89.
Stmr Like Ike from Mnlil
Stmr iilaleulo from Unual
Stmr Klluuea Hun from uninkun
Stmr Kiunu from Ilnwiill and .uuul
btmr .Ins Makes from Kiutul
Htmr Mokolll from Molokm
ii B M S E?)lcglo from lliltish Colum
bia VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Schr Ka Mol for Koholalolo
Schr I.uka for Ivolmla
Stmr okollt for Molukal
Stmr LlUellke for Maul at 5 p in
Schr Kaukctiuuli for Kobula
t-ehr Kc Ai Hon for fiwa
Stmr ICaala tor Walalua ami Walanno
at 9 a in
From vr liulwanl ports per stmr Klirnii
May 18 -J L Wight a d s-ou lion Sam
rarker, C A Peacock, T H Keyworth,
II U Austtu, V XV Im hlhchr. Mis Kaholo
knhlki, Mrs J U Kiiwuiiuil, J M e
Do.uld, A Giirteuborg, ! A l'nlmcr. W
C Ai'h .md wife, Mlssl.ucy I eniamiiia,
II Ik'aiimont, Kum You, Hon 0 h"
Honior, ,1 Soya and 8a duck.
'uAHllOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Klnan -7,500 bugs Migur, YM pkfjs sun
drlas, 12 bag's com, 1C8 bags poiu
i n'9, 175 pkg3 hides, and 4 noise.
The Hr'Usli baik. Jamaica sailed this
morning for San Francisco with 19,010
bgs sugar shipped as follows: F
fcehacfer it Co, 0333 bgs sugar; i I rcw'
er & Co, 8118; T II Uavlcs & i o, y.")9;
Castle & i ooke, 1000. '1'otal tonua c,
1110 tons; donatio value, .120,G84.91.
In Honolulu, Apiil 17th,
the wife of
II Mlcoll, a son
SERVICE IH GAMP.
Following are the hymns to be
sung at the service at ounip Sunday
morning at 10:30 o'clock:
(Tune: Austrian National Anthem.)
Guide me, O Thou great Redeemer,
Pilgrim through this ban en land;
1 am weak, but Thou art mighty,
Hold me with Thy poweiiul hand;
Bread of heaven,
Feed mo now and evermoie.
Open now the crystal fountain,
hence the healing t-ticams do How:
Let the fiery cloudy pillar
Lead me all my journey through;
Be Thou still tny Strength and Shield
When I tjead the verge of Ionian,
Bid my anxious feu is subside:
Death of death and hell's Distinction,
Land me safe on i nuaan'a side;
Songs of praises
I will ever give to Thee.
Thou Whose Almighty "'ord
Chaos and daikne s beard,
Ami took their fiight,
Hear us, we humbl- in ay,
And wheie the Gospel-duy
Sheds not its gloiiousiay,
Let there be light.
Thou, W bo dids.t come to bring "
On Thy redeem! g wing
Healing and sight,
ncalth to the -lck and mind,
bight to the inly blind,
O uow to all mankind
Let tbcic be light.
Spiilt of trutlfand love,
Life giving, Holy Dove,
Speed f oi th Thy fiight;
Move on the waters' face,
Bearing the lamp of grace,
And In caith'bdaikcst placo
Let there bo light.
Holy and Blessed Three,
isdom, Love, Might;
Bound less as ocean's t do
Rolling fn fullest, piidc,
Through the earth, f.u and wide,
Let there be light.
(Tune: Old Hundred.)
All people that on earth do dwell,
Slug to the Loid with checiful voice;
Him serve with fear, His praise forth
Come ye before Him, and icjolco.
The Lord, ye know, is God indeed;
Without our aid lie did us make;
We are His lloek, He. (loin us feed.
And for Ills sheep He doth us take.
O enter then His gates with i raise.
Api roach with joy His eoiuts unto;
Praise, laud, uud bless His Xsame al
ways, For It is seemly so to do
For win ? tho Lord our God Is good ;
IIU mercy is for ever sine:
Ills truth at all times 111 inly stood,
And shall from ago to age endure.
To Father, Son. and Holv Uhost.
Tho God Whom heaven uud eat th adore,
From men and fiom tho Angel-host
Bo piuiso and glory evermoie.
JOHN BULL'S "NEARNESS."
The strictest economy is being ob
served in tho British public survice.
Some astute olllcial has lately ds
corered that passage-money on tbe
coast of China includes the cost of
food, and certain British ofllciais
have lately been instructed that
while they aretravellinghysteamcrat
the call of duty at Government cost,
they are to deduct 2.50 a day from
ttieir salaries, for every day they are
on board. North China Daily News,
Fish are not weighed in their own
scales simply because fish scales aro
noUbuilPthat weigh. Puck.
The public income of the Prince
of, Wales last year, in addition to
his parliamentary allowance of S200,
000 a year from tho Consolidated
fund, was further increased by
881,000 as Puke Cornwall and
01,750 us honorary Colonel of the
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Ko band couoVrt at Emma Square
Persons going to tho camp arc re
quested not to take dogs.
The scheme for starting a news
paper at llilolias fallen through.
- . m - .
II. B. M. S. Espiegle is oflf port us
wo go to proas'. Sho comes to relieve
evening, at 7.30
music by a large
The enteituinnient by tho Blue
Ribbon League this evening at the
Y. M. C. A. commences at 7:30
Wagonettes will leave tho Hotel
Stables for the encampment at 0:10,
and 11 a. in. and 2 p. m.gAfruVorl'OW,
Sunday. ' it i-
A nus leaves tho Pantheon stable
at 7 o'clock, Sunday morning, and
every few hours thereafter, fur the
Mrt. J. C. Marchant has been
awarded the tender for binding the
edition of Supreme Court deeibions
by bingle Judges.
Mb. N. S. Sachs has jerseys, plain
and combination colors, at very low
prices j ulno, cashmere square shawls
and Miarf shawls.
A Norwegian paity was held yes
terday evening, in celebration, they
iaid, of "tho independence- of Nor
way. The party was very enjoyable
and will pmbably be lung lemeuibei
ed by all who were present.
A fine btock of Challi wiu-h tires
material has been opened out by Mr.
Clius. J. Fishel. The patterns aie
really elegant. For gentlemen he
has Mackinaw straw hats of superioi
quality. Give duties a call at youi
Mil. J. T. Waterhouse, Sr., has a
cow that ho paid $5530 for when a
four year old. She gives 20 quarts
of milk. Latt night her calf wilt
away from her, but, when the owner
aw the cow at live o'clock thi.
inorning, her udder was empti'. Mr.
WiitPihoiibO gives the incident iib an
evidence of the "inarch of civiliza
tion." At about 11 o'clock last night,
while tho Japanese tervant of Mr.
S. G. Wilder was nursing a ain, In
saw a tall native man, wearing black
trousers and white shirt, stop at Mr
W'ilder's bedroom window and peep
in. Later he was seen stealthily
making his way towards the stable,,
where ho was win inly greeted by
Mr. Wilder's dog. The intruder got
away, however, but not without
leaving a piece of his breeches for
the dog to play with.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Blue RihliorTentertainnient, at Y.
M. C. A., at 7:30 o'clock p. m.
EVENTS ON MONDAY.
Organ recital at Kaumukapili
Church, at 7:30 p. m.
Special meeting Hawaiian Car
riage Manufacturing Co., at 3 p. in.
Moeting Inter Island Steam Na
vigation Co., at 10 a. m.
S. S. KINAU.
The Kinau arrived this morning
fiom windward. Puiser Beckley re
ports as follows: Bktne Amelia will
finish di-charging her lumber to-day,
and then load about 700 tons of su
gar from Waiakea and Wainaku for
San Francifcco ; no vest-els at Mahu
konu, plenty of sugar awaiting hhip
meut; plenty of rain at Hamakua
and Ililo; large numbers of people
have sone from Ililo to the Volcano,
which is very active.
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual entertainment by the
Blue Ribbon League will be given
this evening at the Y. M. (J. A.
Hall, commencing at 7:30 o'clock
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend. Following is the pro
gramme: n . (.Violin. . .Mr. W. E. Herrick
Ulwl (Piano. -..Mies P. A. Herrick
Song Mr. E. J. G. Bryant
Reading ... Mr. J. Barnet
Song. . , .'. .MUb Hattiu Needham
Song Mr. E. J. G. Bryant
Address. . . Rev. V. D. Weslervelt
In addition to those mentioned as
taking part in tlieoigan recital Mon
day evening next at Kaumakapili
Church Mr. K. J. G, Bryant, a gen
tleman fiom St. Louis, at piesent
staying heie has kindly consented to
sing a teuoi solo fiom the Messiah.
Miss Marie von Holt will pljy tho
organ accompaniment to Mrs.
Glade's and Mr. Isenbcrg's solos.
The admission will only be twenty
five ccuts. Following is the pro
Processional Match S. Clark
Evening Prayer mart
Kaumakapili hutch Choir
Solo - Comfort yu my people.... Handel
Mr. E J. Q. Ur.aut.
Concert rantusia In t) ...Stewait
Solo Come unto me Lindsay
Ars 1', W. Glade.
Pastorale In G, Whitney
Andante hi F , vfy
Solo , . , . , Beethoven
Mr. Paul Iseuberg, Jr.
Flute Concerto ..Hervon
Kaumakapili hutch Choir,
Mrs. Caller Have you taught
your baby to say 'mamma' yet?
Mrs. Southend No, I've been very
busy teaching Fldo some lovely new
tricks. Fido, btnud up for the lady.
TAVERNIER DEAD 1
JulM Tnverrilor, Iho PamonB Artist,
F.iund Dead in Hl Koom 3omo
Particulars if His Life,
The town was startled this morn
ing by the information that Jules
Tavernier, tho artist, had been
found dead in Ills room on Hotel
street. The information was cor
rect. Taveiniur reliied early yes
tei day evening and wns spoken to
about fifteen minutes before stv n
o'clock litis morning by Mr. Cutter.
He was found dead in his room
shortly before eiuhl o'clock. De
puty Marshal Hopkins did not con
sider it necessary to hold an inquest,
as Drs. TioitHseau uud MoWayne
gave ii certificate that the deciased
died from the excesbivc use of alco
hol. Jules Tavornicr was born in Pa
ris, France, April 27th, 18-11. His
father was English and his mother
French. At the age of two jcard
lie und his parents moved to Lon
don, where Jules, as lie was almost
universally called, lived for five
jicars, evidencing, as with all true
born artists, even in childhood the
bright spirit of a lair future. His
father was a confectioner on a large
scale. Returning to Paris, to live
with a telative, it was soon seen
that nothing could be done witli the
determined boy but lo give him as
good an art training as could lie
procured. The studio of the famous
master, Feliz Bun Lis, of the Ecote
des Beaux Arts, was selected for
the talented boy who commenced
his studies there in 1801. Hue he
studied faithfully for lour years.
In 18(11, two of his piolu cs, one
a landscape and the other a black
and white, were admitted to the
Paris Salon, and he contributed
regularly until 1870. He served as
a volunteer in the Frunco-Prusiau
war. In 1871 he was enlaced on
the stall! of the London Graphic,
with Allen Measom as his engiaver.
In 172 Tavernier landed in New
York where he contributed to the
cuilicst numbers of the New York
"Gtaphic;" lo "Ilaiper's Wiekly,"
"Tnu Bazaar," und the "Monthly ;"
Seriliner's," "Appleton's," -Al-diue,"
L'leasury of America," the Paris
"Caprice" and '"Fiank Leslie's II
lustiuteil." In conjunction with
Paul Frenzeny, he slatted for San
Francisco, roughing it with General
smith. Spoiled Fail uud Red Cloud.
Stirring sketches of the trip were
published fiom time to time in
"Harper's." He was the first to
initiate pastel painting on a large
scale in San Francisco, if not in
America. He remained but a short
lime in San Francisco and then
built his studios on the charming
Monterey Bay, about 1871. Under
the inlluence of the surroundings,
he at once abandoned black und
white uud returned to his palette.
From Monterey he did splendid
woik in tolor, rich, romantic and
ueird, or a quiet pdein on canv.,s
us the mood was on him. The Pi ess
unanimously "Loomed" him, and
pultons flowed in in such numbers
ihat, rapid workei as he was.it would
have taken a year to (111 a week's
In railroad card or phamphlet
work Mr. Tavernicr's .happiest
efforts have been the Holel del
Monte of Montetey, which ia to be
seen all over the world. As a con
tributor to the San.Fraiicinco papers
he gained a creditable reputation
lor the frontispiece and sketches foi
the Argonaut, News Letter, Wasp,
etc. lie was a member of the
Bohemian Club, the founder and
Piesidout of the San FraueUco
Fuhite Club, and 1st Vice Presi
dent of the Ait Association. There
isseuicelya pictuie gallery of any
icpute in San Francisco that does
not contain one or ntoie of Taver
nicr's pictures. He obtained a
medal from tho Sun FiuucUcu
.Mechanic's Institute, for an excel
lent woik, 'Street Scenes in Paris.'
He has exhibited at the National
Academy of New York, Louisville,
New Oileuns and Sacramento.
He arnved in these islands
in 1881, and his principal stu
dies have been volcanoes. His
work is so well known and univer
sally udntiied in this city that com
ment is unnecessary. The deceased
leaves a widow residing in Califor
nia. The funeral takes place litis after
noon at 4 o'clock front No. -11 Hotel
street, near Fort.
Satuhdav, May 18th.
Mohiinohu was lined SO for drunk
enness. A cuse of assault and battery was
Two opium cases wero continued,
A LL. nj ken ot Pimm taken in pin
IX. piymuit owiiid ihu Celebrated
Deck i nrni-,,J. As u. Fbchcr & dm.
i iib I iano to whii h wenrot-oloiigeni ,
Muslo Department, Hawaiian -News Co.
SECOND-HAND Pianos, from $T.
m f SOU, uuriliyot attention.. M.utio
Uopurtm ut, Hawaiian News Co.
ANY make of I'Uno' far which wo
are aeuiU will sell on moiillili
iiibtalineiiu ol $10 up, or at New Yoik
pii(u fni ciidIi Music Uupuiimeut, Ha
wuiiitn News Co
I UST received tlm I'ecrioss rpc it
Fee rl oss
f r 0 yt
U Pi mo, uiiirnn'e'd f r 0 veitr. eidl
titid ce ii
Music Department. Iluwuiluu
N ws Co.
ALL kind" o .Mo-iua! Indruments,
MtiDletil MeiclmudUe, bhee Mmio
uudMU'O It. oKb on mlu ut the M-s!o
Depulilliell , Iliwailall NiWt Cj.
TOLD yon "o, they woiil.i hnvo
tli'niM Exua Flno CieAtti Cake and
I'ics to-day ut the "Elite Ice Cream
Patlora" 2f8 't
JGAG1C ono of
Mutter lor votir futility. Also, to hint
Cirrlitgcs, Buggies, Brakes, Saddle
Citizens N. V. Wagonettes will lenvc
Poit Olllco 10 a. M. und 2 I. m. Satur.
day, lor Fuciimpmeni Ground.
tST Fate eat h way, $1.00. "XiBJl
HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES.
A SPECIAL nueting of the slock,
hobters of tho Inter-Inland Steam
Navigation Co. will bo held on MOM.
DAY, May 0 1'SO, at 10 o'clock a. M.,
at tneir ntllcu on Queen htrcct.
Per order. J. ENA,
U uso'u'u, Mjiy 14. 1SS0. 340 Ot
LA RGB Fiont Airv
with bathroom and other con
veiiiciiccsuluclicil. Apply to Mrs. Lain ir,
Uetliel strcit, nut to Po.t Office. 2J8 8t
I DO liproby give notion that I have
ihwday appointed Cheng Yce, of
Honolulu, my attorney iu luci d irlut
tiv 'bcuic imia the miijid'im to net
t-r me In ull mutters of business cuu
leeted with iht business curried on by
me in fnlii Honolulu under ilio name of
YteChnn. C AFA I'.
Honolulu, Mny 17, 1880. 253 3t
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
I T a meeting of the Gcrmm Renovo.
t. lent S. ciely held ai the o'ltee o'
Hon It. A idemanu, on Ma) 17 lSi-0
it was unanimously vi. led to accrpi the
chatter L'lamed the Society and the fob
owing 'iibccri. weie duly elec cd:
llo. i. II. A. Widi main I'rctil-ot.
"r J f. lliiekfeld..Vti:el,r.-hldeiit,
Mr. F. IClamp Treuxirer,
Mr. J F. hcKunli eeteiary,
.Mr. II J. Nolle Aii'Mlnr.
J. F. KCKABDT,
t-eetelntj, O. U S
Ilnno'ulti, May 18, tS8'.l. 253 3
GRAPES FOR SAL.E.
MR. T. CRISTLEY, Fort street, just
below cihioi ttreet, lui for ulu
(pmiititv if line Grupc on ihe vine.
iVople wishing to purelia-c m.ij oull m
In-ul.iive pine tin) itav lif er o'clock
t'. m . and t-elecl any qu n by al the rule
f 5 1b. fir $1. 2-14 2w
Frank B. Auerbach
Accountant, Book-keeper and
Purchasing Agent & Collector.
JBST' 'fllcc nt .1. E. Rrown & Co , Mer
li'uul slnet. P O loxNo.40!) Bell
Telephone No. 172 Mutual Telephone
0 HC0. .53 Im.BJI 4t
FOR SALE CHEAP
Mare ( ptimiitl
animal for a boy), and
Colt. Saildle. bild'e,
etc , thrown in to make
Apply at this olllnc. 251 If
rpo It -nt or Lua'e a Cotiage
JL ot two or 111 Cit room , in
u uooil 1 c.ilily. Kent $ 0 pel
Address l (). Hoi a09.
A GOOD 13 neb Ma d, a man thorough
ly p. Med in iho me of eiiculir
aw, cut oft' mltr', dado, e c. a man
thai bus w.'rkul in ihu mills oi Califor.
ma preferred. Am-lv to
O. W. LINCOLN,
48 lw Bull er.
Ladies' & Gentlemen's Boots & Shoes,
No. XO .Vtiuunu Mt ,
Vll work guaranteed. Lowest prices.
I'hc very bort leather kept on hand.
Searcher of Records
General Writer JL. Compiler.
Ufllce, H4 King stretl (Sander's Express),
T.lephoue No fell. Absiri'cta of Titles
miide, with ucoirney and d It patch.
Fort Street, next Lucas' Mill,
Ship's Blacktml hlnrj, Drayt, Carts &
Wagon Building as spocUlty.
Every description of work In the
iiiiuve lliirx performed in a tlret clans
manner unci ixicuteU ai short ooucu.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
t?T Orders from the other Ulaoili
rtil'cliivl. Will bo pleated to see all
our old customer tn well as new one.
THIRD ANNUAL MET!Nd
MAUI RACING ASSOCIATION,
SpmMs' Purl, Kahnlni,
Thursday, July 4, 1889.
Races to Commence at 1 0 o'clock a. m.
1 Eallroad Stake?,
Running Utw e, l rullo dash, for all
Maul b ed mines.
2 K hului Purse,
Untitling Race, 1 mile dash, free to
3 Hawaiian Commercial and Suar
Trotting & Pacing Rnce, to harneB3,
I mile neals bist .' In 3, for all Ha
waiian bred hoihc.
4 Swoepstakea $25 Each,
Running Race. mile dash for Ha.
wuiluu bred horses.
5 Muui Darby,
Running Raee, mile dash for all
Uinvmiun bred, it iar olds.
-Aeso iation Purse,
Running Race, 1J
mile dash, free
7 King's Plate,
Trotting .Race, to harnes',
lifiuls, bet "J in 3, for ail hortcs
without a tccord of 3:40 or better
8 Watkapu Purso,
Running T?ace, 6 mile dash, for all
Hawaiian bud n men that have
never run a public lace.
9 -Wailuku Parse,
Running Race, mile heats, bcsiU
in :t, for Maui bred h ies.
10 Kila Purso,
Running Race, 4
p.'nieB II linn li o7
100 lbs or more.
11 Wa'hBo Parse,
mile dash, for
under, to catry
Trottine Roe, " harms',, 1
heuiu, bisi 2 iu 3, free lo all.'
IS Novelty Race,
Running Race, 1 mile dash, for Hb.
wmltn bred horaei, lit quarter, 2nd
quarter, 3rd quarter, 4ih quarter.
13 Corinthian Eace,
Running lUce, 1 mile dash, free to
all. owners to ride, welterweights.
14 Mana Cup.
Running Ruce 1 mile dash, for all
Hawaiian hred bunas.
15 Mule Sane.
Running Raro. mile dash, free to
all, o tchweighl
p" Ml entries clone Thursday, .lune
27, 1BS9, hi 12 n on, nnd tiiu-l be mtde
in writing with the ui'",'"i' '
L. M. VETLE5EN,
249 lw oecuiary.
FILTER PRESSES !
Paaoiiaij Plantation. )
Iiawv I, March 9, 18-8 (
nindnn Iron .1 I.nroinotlvo Worjm,
Gknii.emun Wo hve ued two of
nur 3 i-ihambored Fiber Presses ilii
e'iin. Tluy tire ronvi nieai, eti-ily
liundb.il and are working entirely in
uur MutiRfaeiinn. 1 can recommend no
imptrivnneni on tin in.
Veiy iesi'i ci fully your''.
(Signed) A. MOORE,
Atanugei Paituhati l'l.iiilulion.
Thepc Presse-! are made cxlra hiavy
for bleb presu es. oceupie.4 u 11 or
spire 11 feet by 4 feet, and pr(tciiisH
fllieriiig huit'ico of 240 square feet.
A limited number in tt"Ck in Mono,
lulu and are sold at very low prices.
Bisdon Iron & Lcoo. Works,
t3?For onnicu mt- nrpilre of
JOHN DYER, Honolulu,
Room .So. 3 ."priCkiU' iilock.
2'S0tf 7. G. Iiw'n&Go.. ogrcntF.
JUST TO HAND
Ex "Q N. W ILCOX."
Efficient Wood Preserver !
FOIl BALE AT-
F. A. Schaefer & Co.'s
-25 Cents Ponnd,-
Picked Every Day I
WOLFE & Co.
tWOrnucj for ordnrg to be fllled for
the mlier Inland, will ba nlcUtid rlcht
I from tbu vines, 4. Ira
CORNER HOTEL &
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
AT $1.50 Jk PAIR.
Undressed 3-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
AT $1.50 A. PAIR.
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St EG AN
arOn ucconnt of the death of Mr. Simon Colin tbe entire new and
magnificicnt stock will be sola for eesh at und below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. The stock con
sists of ihe latest in Fine Dreis nnd Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosier', Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we have a
large and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' and Uoys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Capsi, 'Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., nnd hy buying at the "ARCADE" you tan 3avc money.
Bell Telephone, GO - as
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, EYE and MOKTONGAHELA,
In Sulk or Case;
ftSCOTCH and IRJ&E1. "WIEISIIZY,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very lfino & Very Cheap (lualities, as arc wanted;
GIEias, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Blaok), alto, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Gin, I3c8t Orniid iu the Blurltet;
EUROPEAN SHERJIES and PORT !
In Bulk ami Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, Euglish Ale & Porler, German Beer, Etc.,
In Tints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
Iu l'inta and Quarts.
Bittors, Iilquera Absinthe,
Apollinari Water, Kuramels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfamlcl, Malaga, Tokay, JIaileirn,
Port, Sherry, IU:hI iny, Hocks, Etc., Et?,
All ol which will be sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
10l FORT 8TKBKT, IIONOLUJLU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agenta for P, Loiillard it Coa Tobaccoe, it W. S, Kimball & Co,'
Tobaooo and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Worlta - 73 Hotel Street.
Corner Ilvitcl & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
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