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THURSDAY, MAY 510, 1889.
Stmr (J K BUliop from Koolau
Hchr I.ukn from IColinla
Schr Kimlokat from Kauai
Stmr J A Cummins fiom Ivoolnu
Slmr U'nlnlcnlo for Kllutica and llanalct
. at It p in
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Slmr Klnait for JIllo ami way porU
('. p in
HAWAII BASEBALL LEAGUE.
At ti meeting of the Hawaii Uaao
ball Liitifriiu held this noon, Presi
dent W. F. Allen iu the chair, the
following motion hy II. M. Whitney
Jr., seconded by Rev. W. I). Olcsou,
was adopted: No member of the
Hawaii Baseball League shall be al
lowed to plaj' iu more than one
club during the season of 188!) ex
cept by majority vote of the league
after his release by his club, or in
case of a club disbanding.
HOT BEFORE TIME.
One of the most needed improve
ments in the cit- is about to be
completed. A new sidewalk is to
be made on Fort street from the
Chayler building to II. Ilaukfeld
& Co.'s corner on the Waikiki side,
and from the end of "V. G. Irwin &
Cos's warehouse to L. J. Levey's
store on the Ewa side. A strong
three inch plank curb will be laid
down and the walk tilled in with
stones, earth and black sand. The
road is being repaired and the work
when all completed will be a most
decided improvement. The wonder
is it has not been done before.
A FINE DISPLAY.
The collection of pictures at
Messrs. G. AY". Macfarlatie & Co.'s
is a very artistic display. The spa
cious art room upstairs has been
curtained off at one end, and vari
ously disposed about the room are
beautiful etchings, water colors,
etc., which arc arranged in the
most effective and artistic manner.
The collection cannot fail to please
the most critical ; many of the pic
tures being from the easels of well
known European artists, and of the
most refined and attractive subjects.
It would be impossible to speak of
the individual excellencies of these
pictures in the limited space afford
ed in our news cohimns.
The pictures are now open for
exhibition and sale, and those re
maining undisposed of 113' this even
ing, will be sold at auction on Fri
day, May 31st, at 10 o'clock a. in.
SUPREME CODRT-AT CHAMBERS.
iiEronu rnr.STON j.
Wkuscsuat, May 29th.
In the matter of the estate of XV.
E. Callahan. Petition of C. AY.
Ashford, temporary administrator,
for allowance of accounts, discharge
and llnal order of distribution. Or
dered that the accounts be approv
ed, the administrator discharged
' from all liability upon payment of
the balance on hand of $:221. 85.
uckoiii: doli:, j.
L. Ahlo vs. Cuing Fat and Chung
Sun See. Action of assumpsit on a
note for SiiOO. Defendants' de
murrer sustained with leave to
plaintiff to amend. Costs under de
murrer to be paid by plaintiff', for
whom C. W. Ashford appeared ; AV.
O. Smith for defendants.
TiicKsiuy, May 30th.
In probate, estate of S. 'G. Wil
der, deceased. First account of the
administrators, A. F. Judd and W.
F. Allen. Ordered approved.
iu:koim; judd, 0. j.
Un Wo Sang vs. Alo ot al. In
equity. Bill to declare a trust.
Heard, argued, and submitted. A,
S. Hartwell for plaintiffs; Paul
Neumann and C. L, Carter for de
fendants. INTlUtMl'.DIAltV DIVIMOX
The King vs. Hong Sun, cruelty
to animals, Defendant's appeal
from the Police Court of Honolulu,
where, on May 21st, lie was found
guilty and sentenced to pay a lino
of $20 with S2.!10 costs, and to be
imprisoned at hard labor for one
week. Decision of lower Court af
firmed. Deputy Attorney-General
P.etenion for tho Crown j G. K. Wil
der for defendant,
Tiu'iisiiav, May 30th,
lCuakabiln, Kaluu. Kealoha and
Robinson had each to pay G for
A uhargo of vagrancy
ponovnl was dismissed, lie
Jvokcalu for deserting
BOi'vlco was discharged,
Figure beforoFace "Whose face
is printed on tho 10-greenbacl;8?"
asked Quiglcy of Hagley. "Blessed
if 1 know," said linglcy. "I never
study tho face as much as I do tho
LOCAL fit OEHERAL HEWS.
Housr.s out Pnlaina way are in
No meeting of
cioty this evening.
the Debating So-
ofliees ulurc at
Tin: llonolulus and Kuitdiinis piny
on Saturday afternoon.
Br.iNO photographed in bathing
costume is becoming tho rugo.
Uo.Mi'AXY C, Honolulu Killcs, were
drilling on Palace Square last eve
Tin: Hawaiian Evangelical Associ
ation will meet in Honolulu next
Any clainiB against G. Livingstone
should lie sent in to Spreckuls' bank
befoio next JVcdnoaday.
Head Lewis fc Co.'s advertisement
iu this issue and tee the many good
things they keep on hand.
Tin: store on Fort street adjoining
.Nolto's saloon, is being fitted up for
the Hawaiian Hardware Co.
The salo of .1. W. Luning's office
furniture this morning was well at
tended and brought good piiccn.
Tin: banks and f-evor.d business
houses closed at 1 o'clock this after
noon in honor of Memorial J).iy.
Tin: S. S. Umatilla will be due any
time after noon to-monow from San
Francisco with nineteen days' later
Tin: special Ascension services at
St. Andrew's and tho Koniiiu Catho
lic Cathedrals to-day wore well at
tended. Tin: suif at Waikiki ran so high
yesterday that a party of would-be
bathers would not venture iu the
Tin: funeral of the late Hon. W.
C. Parko takes place to-morrow after
noon at three o'clock, from the Cen
tral Union Chinch.
Tin: box plan for the performance
at the Opera House Saturday even
ing opens at nine o'clock to-morrow
morning at L. J. Lovev's ollice.
Mkssks. Bishop it Co.'s and
Sprcckels & Co.'s banks will close at
noon to-monow, out of respect to the
memory of the laic Hon. W. C.
Tin: exhibition and sale of useful
and fancy articles at Kawaiahao Fe
male Seminary announced for Fri
day afternoon has been postponed
until Saturday afternoon.
To-Jioiiitow being payday for the
Government clerks, the usual siting
of backdrivers and collectors will be
at the Government House, seeking
their shaie of the filthy lucre.
Ciiixami:x, a wag says, ought to
play baseball well, because they are
clever at catching fowls; but girls
could never play, because they'd ac
cept the first and be caught on the
Out of respect to the memory of
the late Hon. W. C. Parke, the band
concert which was to have been
given at the Hawaiian Hotel to-moi-row
evening, has been postponed un
til Tuesday evening of next week.
Tin: P. M. S. S. City of Poking will
be due at Honolulu from San Fran
oisco June 9th, en route to Yoko
hama and Hongkong. For freight
and passage to the latter ports apply
to Metsrs. H. Ilackfeld ifcCo., agents.
Thk steamer Kiuau will not sail
for Maui and Hawaii until 0 o'clock
Friday evening to accommodate sev
eral poisons desirous of attending the
funeral of tho late Hon. W. (.'. Parke
and on account of tho foreign mail
by the Umatilla.
Fouit boys arc at the Station house
awaiting trial on a charge of receiv
ing stolen goodc. They ofTmcd some
chickens for sale at the Hotel this
morning, which they Fiy they found
iu a bag under a culvert in rear of
Mr. Castle's residence on tho plaint.
They boys say a Chinaman placed
Mn. John A. Hassingcr, tho well
known auctioneer, sold at noon to
day in front of tho Government
house, font lots on tho Fsplanade.
Lots i-1 and fi5 wero knocked down
to Wilder it Co. for $300 per annum
each on a lease for live years, and
lots Gl ami C5 to Allen it Kobinton
011 tho same terms.
On Sunday morning at II o'clock,
there will he a union' service at the
Kawaiahao Church, when J!ov. ,f, K,
losopa will preach on Koieigit Mis
sion woik. Tn tho evening a union
servico will be held at Kaumakapili
Church with a sermon on Home
Missions, and special music on the
organ ami by the choir.
Mi:, A. T. Atkinson, Inspector-General
of Schools, returned on tho Ki
nan from a loin of inspection thiough
Iho districts of Hilo, Puna, Kau,
North and South Komi. Tho general
condition of the schools was good.
Ono day Mr. Atkinson started fiom
Honokohau at-1 o'clock in the morn
ing for Makalawena. After examin
ing tho school theio ho was in tho
saddle until 7 o'clock iu the evening.
During tho past tlueo months and a
half Mr. A. has only hpent 10 days
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Leleiohoku Guards, at 7:30.
Drill Co. A Ilonplulu Hilles, at
' Class in English literature at '.
M;. C. A., at 7:30.
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Fl.i luc Ni.IcH 011 tliu JHopqcH Ilk
Ti'nltttng.-i'oiiiWtlon of t lie Ti'ncii
In view of the near approach of
Kamchamcha Day and the excellent
programme of rac s laid out by tho
Hawaiian Jockey Club, and which
appears in another column, a Bri.i.K
tin representative visited lvapiolani
Park early thiy morning to make a
few notes on the horses in training
for the various events. Mr. 1),
Davis, manager of the Pantheon
stables, kindly drove the reporter
out to the Park in a top buggy at
tached to which was ono of the flue
driving horses which that stable is
noted for keeping on hand. J.eiving
town a few mi miles after f o'clock,
the Park was reached iu a very shoit
space of time. The road on Hear
ing tho bridge is full of holes and
very dusty. Perhaps the Boad
Supervisor will be aide to attend to
this before the day of the races.
There are two or three loose planks
on the biidgc.
Arriving at the Parle we found
.lion. Cecil Brown there exercising
his two hoiso3, Piko Nuiand Kikila.
The former is n line looking animal
and lias evidently been kept haul at
woik. To a critical eye he looks as
if his training was about completed.
Kikila, though a small ajiiniul, gets
over tlie ground wonderfully fast.
After walking exercise the two were
let out for half a mile, Kikila get
ling the best of it in seconds.
(Wc promised Cecil not to give the
time away). Piko ui's distance is
a mile or over, at which ho is very
Hon. John A. Cummins has six
horses in training lor the races, viz.,
Ivory, Kaaolaui, Klcu, J. A. C,
Surprise and the ti otter Emperor.
They are in charge of Caleb Leo
nard. Only three were on the track
this morning, Ivory ridden by
Johnny 'oblc, Kaaolaui with Leo
nard up, and Eleu, a native boy
Sambo riding the la.t. By the way,
Johnny Noble, who has ridden so
I0113 for Major Cornwell, has severed
his connection with that gentleman's
stable and now lides for Mr. Cum
mins. Eleu wa-5 givn two spins
round the course and moved well
Ivory and Kaaolaui had their
blankets on. and are in fine condi
tion. They will take a lot of beat
ing. Major W. II. Cornwall's string
consists of Conspiracy, Bed Oak,
Hancock, The Dude, Troubador,
The Dudess, Maud and a pony.
Couspiiacy and Red Oak were the
only two on the track during our
visit and they were sent on a galop
ot a mile, finishing the quaitcr at
full speed. Jimmie Kona will ride
the Major's horses this year and is a
Harry Agnew was on the track
driving Boswell, Jr., to a sulky.
Tho latter looks in good condition
and will be heard from in the tiot
ting. Harry has also a grey mare
Milly in training, which we did not
see, though hearing good accounts
Col. Z. S. Spalding's horses arc
in charge of Mr. Huntley. They
are Pauahi and Auntie Pritchard
and two two-year olds, Julia and
WilheliTiina. They were taking walk
ing exerciscoutsido the Park, Leroy
Howson, the stables jockey, being
mounted on one.
Chailie Lucas has two in training
a bay filly not named, and a
Spraydonfllly. They were seen walk
ing over by the Casino.
N. Perry, who generally manages
to carry oif a prize, is lia'rd at work
with Lalla Bookh and Bazar, both
of which he expects to have in fine
condition by the 1 lib,
E. It. Miles is preparing Hancock,
Jr., and another horse, both of which
are good 'mis.
Oilier horses in training are T.
Hollinger's J. C, II. F. Hubbard's
George II., and It. Valentine's Tom
Just 113 wo wcrc'leaving for home a
strapping sorrel horse was noticed
entering the track. This animal is
owned by Mr. Dow of Hawaii and
goes by the name Oscurias. He is
ridden by a Portuguese boy and
only walks and canters. As yet ho
has not been extended and his
trainer is mum when any questions
aie asked. He is looked upon a,s
the "dark horsu" and is a piuzle to
some of the Honolulu sporting men,
The track ib being sprinkled every
day, and a few days before the 11th
of Juno it will be rolled and scraped,
and should bu in very good condi
tion for racing. From tho few notes
given abovo, it will he seen that an
unusually large number of horses are
in training for the vaiious events,
and some close and exciting racing
will no doubt bo witnessed. Sports
men should remember that the en
tries close with Mr. C. (). Burger
tho Secretary, next Wednesday the
5th of June, at noon.
After a stay of about an hour and
a half on the track, a start for town
was uiadu, the Bi 1.1,1:1 in represent
ative feeling vciy giateful to Mr.
Davis for such a nice diive.
It occasions little surprise that;
there arc so many decayed familios
when one rcllects' upon the number
of spoilt children,
Tho Boston girls may wear glas
ses, but they arc never short-sighted
enough to inako spectaclcof them
fcolvcj. Samoan Products: Samoa pro
duces sugarcane and hurricane too
littlo of tho former and oo much, of
A minister one day suid iu his
pulpit: "Wo pursue a shadow tho
bubble bursts and leaver ashes in
pu,r bauds, "
CHIKS30 VIEWS Of WESTERN IIP?.
A travelled Chlnetu mandarin who
has lately communicated his im
pressions of the West to his country
men deals witli great particularity
with the position and treatment of
women in Europe. These surprise
him beyond measure. Thus the no
tion of husband and wife walking
arm in arm in public places fills him
with amusement: "Nobody smiles
at it,'' he says, "and even a hus
band may perforin any menial task
in his wife's presence, yet no one
will laugh at him." Then, again,
the notion of a man standing aside
to let a woman pass, and tho code
of politeness which requires men to
make way for a woman, are to him
incomprehensible. In China when
tho men are gorged the women dine
off the -craps; but in the West "al
meal-time the men must wait until
the women arc seated, and then take
one after another their places, and the
same rule must be observed when
the meal is finished." Western
women have curious notions about
dress and appearance. "They set
store by a large bust and slender
waist, but while tho waist can be
compressed, the bust cannot
naturally be enlarged; the majority
Ime a wicker contrivance made
which is concealed under the bodice
on cither side, and is considered an
adornment. If a woman is short
sighted she will publicly mount
spectacles. Even young girls in
their teens pass thus along the
streets, and it is not regarded as
strange." As for low dresses, he
observes in bewilderment that wo
men going to Court regard a bare
skin as ainark of respect. Ho is
greatly exercised how to describe
kissing; the thing or word does not
exist among the Chinese, and ac
cordingly he is driven to describe
it. "It is," he says, "a form of
courtesy which consists in present
ing the lips to the lower part of the
chin and making a sound" again,
"children when visiting their seni
ors apply their mouth to the left or
light lips of the elder with a smack
ing noise." Women as shop at
tendants, women at home, women
with moustaches, then engage the
writer's attention, and he, passes on
to "at homes" and dances. "Be
sides invitations to dinner there are
invitations to a tea gathering, such
as are occasionally given by wealthy
merchants "r distinguished olliciais.
When the time comes invitations arc
sent lo an equal number of men and
women, and after these are all as
sembled, lea and sugar, milk, bread
and the like are set out as aids to
conversation. More particularly
are there invitations to skip and
posture, when the host decides what
nun is to be the partner of a woman,
and what woman of what man.
Then with both arms grasping each
other lliey leave their places in pairs
and leap, skip, posture, and pranco
for their mutual gratification. A
man and woman previously un
known to one another may take part
HPHE Elite Ico Cream
X. Parlor & Cnndy Fac
tory specialties: Fine It e
Creams, Slierbcis and Wr
ier Ices, Charlotte Basse
Ciltcs made to order in
any s j Ic ; I.ady Finuors and Mnccaioons
anil oilier Fancy Cakes fresh every day.
Cream Cakes, " Pics ami Fancy Pastry,
Choice Candies, Plain, Fancy and Home
made of grcit vaticly. Wlinlesilu and
Hi-tail. Special inducements to llio trade.
I'm tics, IiuIIh and weddings supplied
S!i Hotel .treet. Telephones Bell 182,
Mutual :i:i8. 2C0 iw
1T THOMPSON, Attorney Coun.
ItX selor at Law, corner Fort and
Merchant stiects, Honolulu, gives writ
ton ..tatenietits of law and judicial deci
sions applicable to the facts of tho ea.es
stated 10 liim, and also opinion as to the
probable result of legal proceedings.
Slubles & l'sisiurujyo To Lei.
T7X(JELbKST Sfiblcs con.
tabling 1", Stalls, C'oltauo
and 7 acres Pasture Land, on
bouili street, near King, fonneily occu.
tiled by .Mr. White, proprietor of 1 tic
I'.il.una Bus. To let 011 very moderate
terms. Apply to
J. K. 11BOWX CO.,
-Vm tf ! Merchant street.
TVfRS. MONKOK, ladles' nurse, haB
JJLL icinovud to No !i. Kukui lane
BOATS FOIi SALE.
tSJk WT have on hand ono 22.
ApVi ' foot VVhaloboat, with
4fS3A iron ccntcr-lioaid, mast, sail,
SwsSS-u oars, etc., complete; suilaUlu
for iLliing. Also, ono 7fl-11 Clinker
Pleasure kill', copper fuBtencd, with
oais and rowlocks; will be sold cheap
for cash, liptti new. Apply at
DOWKK & .SON'S,
250 lm Shop near lliu Fish Matket.
Fort Street, next Lucas' Mill,
Ship's Blacksm! king, Drays, Carts &
Wagon Building as spoclallj.
Uvery description of work in tho
above Illicit pet formed in a first clas
manner and executed at short notice.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED.
CJT" Qidera from tho other islands
Folmlted. ill ho pleated to seo all
out old customers at woll as now ones.
M W, lW8t
---w "71 v.-.'',?$3
ART EXHIBITION i
We hoi; to annulare the arrival of a
tiiinll Invoice of
Glaoico .TPictiurefeJ !
Fiom Knropo, comprising:
Ucnulne Artlat Pronn,
J''oIiIiirh. Wniiv rm or.
rjivui'i;n, I, luc Iiat'tivliiav, r,tr.
By well known artiste, including:
llVtol'loi'H, I'KUI'VH, i"ir..
And all Appropriately and Artistically
Framed. The Pictures will be on
exhibition ami sale at our
sa'ei'iom (up stairs,
On Thursday Morning, May 30,
And those remaining unold on that day
will be closed out on tho following
day by auction, without lciorve.
CS'"The sale commencing at 10 o'clock
A. m. sharp on Friday.
MACFAKLANE & Co.
ALL mikes of Pianos taken iu part
payment toward the Celebrated
Dcck'T liros., J. &, C. Fischer & Con.
r'idi Pianos tor whlrh we are solo agent".
Music Department, Hawaiian .News Co.
CECOND-HAND I'ianos, from .?Ti
C 10 $200; worthy of intention. Music
Department, Hawaiian News Co.
ANY make of Piano for which wc
are apents will sell on monthlv
instalments of if 10 up, or at New York
pi ices for cash. Music Depaitmeut, 11a
waiiun News Co.
JUST received the Peerless Fischer
Piano, Kiurantced f"r fi vears. call
and see it. Music Departmetit.'Hawailan
ALL kinds of Musical Instruments,
.Musical Meiehandise, bheel Music
and Music Hooks on sale at the Music
Department, Il.i waiiun News Co.
A COT PAGE, comer Kinati
and Pensacola streets.
W. O. ATWATKK,
Honolulu lion Works.
rFMIK un Wsifini'd, iissIr-cc in bank.
JL ruptcy ot Ihu i stale of A. F. Cooke
of Honolulu, O dm, hereby gives notice
to all ttio cieditnis who have proved
their claims iigtinst thesdd bankrupt
estate, tlivt he ha3 'ubmiiicd lo .Mr.
Justice Preston his final account with
aid oxtate, and has liluu the account in
tlie till -o of ihe Clerk of the Snptenie
Cour, preparatory to the payment to
crdilnrs of a flr-t ami final dividend.
And that on SATURDAY, dime 1st,
1S-9, at 10 o'clock ,. St., he will apply
to said Ju-liee for a seltlumenl of his
accounts as Mich assignee, and for a
discharge from all liability.
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
Assignee of the Bankrupt l'.state of
A. F. Cooke.
Honolulu, May 23, 18S!). 257 1 w
QlJI'mMMl"" CH"StT OF THK
O Hawaiian Islands. In the maittr
of ). D Freclh, a Binkrupt. Order on
putitioa of Bankrupt for discharge from
Upon reading and flliuir Hie petition
of G. D. Freclh. of Honolulu, on the
Island of Oahu, alleging that more than
six months hive elapsed since he whs
adjudicated a Bankrupt and praying for
a discharge from all his debts.
It is ordered that TIIUKSDAY, the
0th day of .June, 18SD, at 10 a. m., ot that
dv at die Court Kooin, iu Aliiolani
Ila'e, bo and is hereby appointed tho
lime and place for hearing of said peii.
lion when and where all creditor who
have proved thcit claims ngainM. said
Bankrupt may appeir and show cause
if any they have why the prayer of said
Bankrupt should not he grantul
And it Is further ordered that notice
bo given by advertisement iu the Daily
II" i.i.ktin for two weeks iu Honolulu,
of the time and place of such hearing,
and that ttie Clerk of the Supn me Court
mall notices of the time and plaro of
such hearing to all creditors who have
proved their debts
Tunica Supreme I ourl.
Attest: .1. TI. Hi ilt. Deputy Clerk.
Dated Honolulu. Mav ill J ISiit).
New Books ! New Books I
THE UNDEHSIGSKD ITAYE
A large consignment of tho
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND
All the Standard Works
POETRY and PROSE. .
These UOOIIS aie oiVcred at
Very Low Prices !
And Descriptive Catalogues will ho
furnished to those tU-bir-
tsy Country Orders Sollcitda
CORNER HOTEL &
allies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
ASS $1.50 A. JPA.J.JEI.
Undressed 6-Bufion Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
AJJO 1.50 A. 3?A.IIt.
THE " ARCADE
& 77 Fort Si EG AN
JBGTOn nccount of the death of Mr. Simon Cohu the entire new and
magnificient stock will be sold for cash at and below cost. EverytUing
must bo disposed off as the business will be discontinued. The stock con
sists of tlie latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Hoots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we have a
large and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' and Boys Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valisei, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Xcll Telephone, CJO -6?a CQr
mmm wine go.,
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Cuse;
SCOTCH and IlfclHL TTHISICY,
In GlasB nnd Stono Jars;
Very Fino & Very Cheap Qualities, ua nro wautod ;
GlftSS, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Gin, 13ewt J3runl iu lite Mnrlcet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Hulk and Case, All Brands o(
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apolllimri Water, Kxiinmols,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
AS FOLLOWS :
Zinfandol, Malaga, Tolcay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hockn, Etc., Eto,
0T All of which will bo sold
HOLLiSTER & CO.,
101) FOUT STItKKT, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery, and Toilet Articles !
Agents for P. Lorillard k Co.'a Tobaccoa, fc W. S. Kimball &. Coa
Tobacoo and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Strt.
Corner Ifotel & Fort Strcots.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
aXuLutil T'olcphono, SVX
Sale a Full Assortment of-
AT LOWEST UATKS by
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