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MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1889.
Klinr Mlknhnla fiom Kmini
Stmr Iwnlnnl from Ilaninkiin
Stint WnliUeulo from Knunl
FOlir frivlnla for Knunl
jJcur ICaukeuonll for Kohnht
Solir LTiffa for Kohnhi
Sclir Mnry for Ilunnlul
Stmr Mokolll for Moloknl
Stmr Viva for Moloknl
From Kiuinl per stmr Mlkahala, June
2 Hon G N Wilcox, XV Smith and wife,
0 II lilts, ltcv J B linnuikc and Ho,
Jhs I Ii Tcwksbury, JItss Ciuiha. Mrs J
ICnae, F Cunba anil wife. 311-s Marlon
I)ole, Mifl II Allan, Harplil Hlce, O
Seholtz, V Punl and wife, and t0 duck.
From Ilatnikua, per stmr Iwalanl
June 2 A F Cooke, XV M Jleliicrny,
and 35 deck.
From KUauca and llanalel, prr .stmr
Wainlealc, Junu 2 S von I$crr, wife
and children and 8 deck.
For fan Francisco per 11MS8 Zcal
andla, June 1 IV N Phillips nnd wife,
Miss M Cook, .1 G Prouty, F Uurchardt,
O 15 Wells, D Potter, A lleibert, u steer
age, nnd 84 saloon and 11)3 steerage in
Thq It M S Zeulandia took to Snn
Francisco, June 1st, 7,402 bugs of sugar
weighing 804.5S5 pounds., 2,4;! 1 bnchs of
bananas, '24 boxes of betel leaves, !10
boxes 'pine apples, tl boxes fruits, 3
packages ftults and plant. Domestic
The bark Ceylon atricd Saturday
afternoon 27 days from Port Townscnu
v Ith 4G8.000 ft lumber, 150.000 shin
gles and 150,000 laths for Allen & Kob-
The stmr Walalcale brought, Sunday,
from Kauai 2,343 bags sugar. 130 bar
rels molasses, 100 bags paddy, and 151
The steamer Mlkahala bi ought, June
2d, f loin Kan nl 5.DU8 bags sugar, 110
bags flee, 10 hides; front
ncau cattle, usj skius.
PERKY At Halawa, O.tliu, June 1st,
1880, William Petry (alias Pretty
Bill), aged 'JO years, an Englishman
by birth. lie came to the Islands
EE in the-year 1S37, consequently was
a tesident of 52 yeais, inostof which
time he has lived and was employ
ed on cattle ranches on this Island.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert, this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
Ovetturc The Devil's Deal (new J...
Ballad The Reaper and the Flowers
(new) Cow en
Finale William Tell (new)
selection Tiaviata (uv)
Waipuna (new),Ko Jei,J.el Aloha(new)
Medley German Marchcs..SeIdem:lnii'r
Gaotty Modern (new) Tours
Fantasia The Uhlan's Call (new) . . .
Quadrille Tiugcl-tnngle Thiele
Capt. "Weir of the Iwalaiii, which
arrived yesterday, teports that while
his vessel was at Honokua the peo
ple there were talking about some
great changes that had taken place
at the Volcano. Mr. A. F. Cooke,
who caine by the Twain ni, reports
that on the afternoon they left Hono
kaa a telephone message was received
from Ililo, stating that tho three
lakes had fallen into one nnd then
tho whole thing collapsed into one
gteat abyss, tho bottom of which
could not bo seen. The W. G. Hall due
to-morrow afternoon will bring the
latest news from the crater.
TWO HAWAIIANS ABROAD.
The St. Louis Republic of May
7th has the following: Judge Rich
ard F. Bickertbn of Honolulu, As
sociate Justice of the Hawaiian
Supreme Court, and Mr. Geo. XV.
Smith are' making an extended trip
through the States, partly for plea
sure, and with an oye for the main
chance in the way of business in
vestment. Tho worthy pair will
strike poles at the Lindcll this
morning and depart for the East,
taking in Detroit, New Yoik, Bos
ton, fjhiladclplila and Baltimore in
On tho 17th of May these two
travellers struok Washington and
were presented to President Har
rison by Minister Cartor. Wonder
whetlior they will know their friends
here when they return?
SUPREME CDURT-AT CHAMBERS.
lll'FOIIE I'REfiTOK J.
Monday, June 3d.
M. Ureen va
BUI for pro
against' the e
claim of $9,800.95
A. S. Ilurtwell for plaintiff
Hatch and W. A. Whiting 'for do-
laiA-i-i, t.u -M is
Mqsoav, Jtine Sd.
Ten drunks coutrihulpd (10 to
f-lio tieasury funds.
Four Clifncse charged with gam
ing had to pay 85 each.
Kttliahawa and Samucla were epnU
enced to two months at hard labor,
and Liwal and IIululu to one year
for chicken stealing,
D. S. Albeit was sentenced to two
months' imprisonment ut hard labor
for assault nnd battery on Michel.
LOCAL & QCHERAL NEWS,
TllOfiS frnpon oyfllors of Xollo'n fire
A iiksii:nck and pnstuie in Pattoa
are for lonsc.
Mit. Justice Dole presides at Chain
hers this week.
Thu XV. G. Hull is duo from
Ik yot want pastuio
npply to J. F. Coliiuin.
for a hoist'
Tin: I.ehttu went on
Railway this nftcinoon.
TitE Umatilla sails for San Fran
cisco on Friday, at noon.
Tun Geo. XV. DeLong Post
curd of thanks elsewhere.
The Post Office despatched by the
Zenlandia .1.-189 letters and 1,173
packages of papers.
The R. M. S. Mariposa is duo on
Saturday from San Ftaneisc.o en
route to the Colonic.
HarrwByng of the Umatilla has
our thanks for late Washington and
British Columbia papers.
The band will play six and sing
two new selections at the concert at
Emma Square this ovening.
The Zealand iu sailed for San Fian
oisco Saturday evening shortly befote
seven o'clock. The band plavetl her
Crowded congregations wore pio
sent at tho union set vices at Kawaia
hao and Kiuunakapili Chinches Sun
day morning nnd evening.
On account of tho 11th of June
falling on a Tuesday, the steainoif
Kinau, Likeliko and Mokolii will all
sryj Wednesday June, 12th.
On Saturday, in a baseball match,
Oahu College beat the Kamehamelta
juniors 23 to 20, and Iolani College
scoted 13 to St. Louis College 8.
Tile J'aradise of the Pacific for
Juno-will be out Wednesday. On
the front page will be a picture of
the Hawaiian Opera House, and on
the inside ono of the Eagle House.
A Washington paper of recent
dale says, J. N. Ingrain, formerly of
the San Francisco "Post," is in the
city making preparations to deliver
a lecture on the Sandwich Islands.
Coi,. Clans Spicckels sailed fot
Europe, May 10th, to puicliuse cer
tain machinery for the new beet
sugar refineries of the Occidental
Company in California. He will re
turn in the fall.
In the oflicc of Mcssis. W. G.
Irwin & Co. may bo seen a huge
photograph of Col. Sprcckels' sugai
rcitnery in Philadelphia. No one
can have an' idea of the magnitude
of these buildings without a look at
Lovers of good butter and cheese
bhould call on Mr. L. J. Levey at his
office, and there they will find a con
signment of fresh butter and cheese
from tho Taranaki dairies, New Zea
land. The butter is done up in neat
tins and is a very superior article.
Try and see for yourselves.
Hicks' colored ministicls are com
ing up from the Colonies on the Ala
meda due here June 28th, and will
remain heie until July 5th, leaving
on tho Umatilla. They will givo four
pciformanccs at the Opera House,
under the management of Mr. L. J.
Lovey. No need to speak of the
merits of this troupe.
One has to go away from home to
hear the news. Tho San Ftancisco
"Church N-5ws" of May 7th says:
"Tho Rev. George Wallace has te
signed his position at tho Cathedral,
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands, and has
accepted a call to tho church of the
Epiphany, Los Angeles." Fortunate
ly, however, there is no truth in the
The performance Saturday evening
at tho Hawaiian Opera House by tho
Pastime Novelty nnd .Specialty Com
pany was fairly well attended. The
programmo for ono thing was too
long, yet it gave much satisfaction to
those ptesent, Tho Na Lani Ehiktt
Club ficsh from "triumphs" in San
Francisco was well received. Mr.
Berger and his orchestra furnished
The two now cars for tho Tram
ways Co. which ariived on tl0 Uma
tilla weto landed thjs morning.placed
on tho track, run "P Fort street to
Beretaniii.along that street to Alakea,
down Alakea to King and thonco to
tho stables. Tliey are largo hand
some cars of tho latest improved pat
tern. It 1h to bo hoped Uiftt tho
Nutmnti, Fort nid IJeretania streut
lines will soon bo opened.
Gait. Noyes of the bark Coloma,
which arrived at Poitland May 20th,
ropoits that when eomo twenty-ilvo
miles noi th of Oaugo, ono of tho
chains of islands ,j tinning north
easterly into the J'ticjiio from the
Noth of Japan, ho discovered three
rocky islands forty foot lit height.
Neither of tho islands 1ms ever been
put down on tho charts, and hut for
tho fact tlut the night was clear upd
beautjful t))o Oolomo, would have
The Philadelphia "Sporting Lifo"
has tho following air. H, B.iott, of
tlio Auckland, Now Zealand, MHturj1'
Judgo Riokerlon, of te Supremo
Court at Honolulu, II. T.j tho Hon.
John A. (Jnniniins, of Honolulu, nml
George V. Smith, a piominent mer
chant of tho same city, yere guests
of President Spalding at tho Union
League Club, Chicago, May 2d. Kuoh
of thcbo gentlemen did much to
make thu stay of the touiists in New
Zealand uud Hawaii a pleasant ono.
Tiir Hmvnllim Newi Company
llRVtt icorlvetl o iew nMortntent of
shoot music Call and inspect it.
Tin: time for sending in leudeis
for widening the lower Xmnuiu
luidgo bus been in tended to next
Tin; liist seion of tho annual
mee'ling oMIir Woman's Board of
Missions will bo hold at 2:30 o'clock
Mons. G. G. B. d'Anglade, Ficncli
Commissioner, paid a visit to H. B.
M. S. Espieglo this morning, and on
leaving the usual salute was fired.
Mil. XV. M. Uillatd, Secretary of the
Ivapiolani Patk Association, has a
notice eli-ewhere respecting lefresh
incuts booths at the races on the 11th.
The Anglican Church Chronicle
and the Friend have been received,
both well filled with intelligence of
the churches nnd other interesting
Mkssrh. Wenncr & Co. the jewel
ers sent away on the mail steamer,
to fiU'oideu, quite n number of hand
some gold mounted canes inado of
dillirent island woods. They weic
The inquiry has been iniscd as to
what is the use of posting wanting
signs in Xapiolani Park, ngiiittbt
allowing cattle nnd horses to roam
there, when nothing else is done to
pi event the nuisance.
Here, you would-be chicken
thieves, ic.itl this: Four young na
tives were found guilty thi morning
of stealing four chickens, the pro
perty of John Nott. Two were sent
enced to one year at hard labor, the
othnis to two months.
Tin: schooner Equator which itt
ried at San Ft.tncisco May 21st,
from Apia, will shoitly touch at Hono
lulu und lakcKobcil Louis Stevenson
and wife to Btttutitaii, and thence
atound the Gilbert group, bunging
them back to Btttaritaii.
Complaint is made of the nude in
nature being permitted on the beach
at Waikiki, as pait of the scenes
upon which private residences over
look. Boys should cither supply
thcimclvcs with bathing suits or be
compelled to seek secluded waters.
Harmony Lodge No. 3 1. O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping classes,
at 0:30 and 7:15.
Band concert at Emma Square,
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
M. at 7:30.
Meeting Field and Line Ollicers,
Honolulu Rides, at 7:30.
The game on Saturday afternoon
between the Honolulus and Kaiu
lanis was nn interesting one up to
the 8th innings. In the ninth in
nings by bad fielding the Kaiulanis
let the Honolulus make nine runs.
The Kaiulanis did a great deal bet
ter than in former games. Follow
ing is the score:
T. Jt. I). II. O. A. E.
Wodchousc, e 7 ii U
Lucas G., ss 7 3 'J
Whitney, 2b 7 3 3
Filedeiiburg, 3b-.. 7 3 1
Lucas A., r.f 0 13
Low, l.f 7 1 0
Lucas, W, lb fi 1 0
Oat,e.f (5 1 1
Paiker, p n '2 '
57 20 14 27 22 fi
T. II. 11. II. O. A. E.
Widditleld, lb 4
C. Ciabbe, i
33 1 3 27 10 17
By Innings 1 23150780
Honolulu 0 10 100 2 2 0-20
Kaiulanis 0 1 0000 0 0 0-1
Earned Huns Honolulu, 5; Kaiu
Two Baso Hits Wodchousc.
liases on lialU-rlivNulikaun, 1.
lilt by Pitcher-By JjauUna, 1; by
Paiker, I. '
Passed Bulls Kane, 2,
Wild Pltolies-NiniKana, 4,
Time of Qiime Two hours ami ten
Umpire (loo. 12. Ronrdniaii.
AN OLD RESIDENT DEAD.
Win, l'crry, a native of England
and a resident of these islands since
1837, died at Halawa. Hon. J. I.
Dowaelt's ranch, near this city, on
Saturday last. Ho had reached the
advanced ajje pf about 00 years and
dlod of oftiiuer In the mouth. Perry
was for 23 years carrying on a ranch
for Jas. Robertson & Co. at Hule
imuui, this island. At one time ip
had a herd of I1J3 QWN cqHIo a Wai
imtiQ. Fpr tho last flve years he had
been a pensioner of Mr. Dowsett
ami St. George's Society. Ho was,
buiied on the hil at UttlawjlOU S(ii(,
day, lr. Kdwurcl JlQwsctt CQpdnoU
ing the burial servicos in tho An
glican ritual, as no clergyman could
bo obtained in the vicinity. A re
markable feature of the deceased
was thut, notwithstanding his groat
ago, he died without a gray hair In
hia abundant locks. He was a hard
drinker and smoker.
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Tko
most popular paper publhjd,
Lata Foreign luws.
(Per 8. 8. Umatilla.)
Tim Dowager Queen of Bavaria is
Vesuvius is in nn alarming state
The spread of yellow fever at
Vera Cruz is very alarming.
Allen Thorndyko Rice, Minister
to Russia, died at the Fifth-avenue
Hotel, New York,' May 10.
Jas. Albert won the six days'
walking 'match in San Francisco,
covering 533 miles and 1 lap.
Rear-Admiral Edward Donaldson
died at Baltimotc May 1A, nged 73
years. Ho was a long sufferer from
By the loss of two Newfoundland
fishing vessels 115 pcisons are be
lieved to have peiished.
lvilrain and Mitchell have sailed
The steamer Cynthia was sunk
near Montreal by the Polynesian
and eight persons were killed.
There is talk of a union of the
Republican and County Democracy
forces in New York to defeat Tam
matn. Three boys were arrested in Phil
adelphia May 23rd, armed with
guns nnd pistols, bound for the
There arc rumors of fresh nihilist
The work of building new fortifi
cations at Esquimault will be begun
The pioprietor of the Field Club
in London has been fined 500 for
permitting gambling in his rooms.
The French Army bill is not
likely to become a law at the pre
sent session of the Chambers.
Max O'Rell thinks the Count of
Paris is Ihe coming man in France.
Twenty-one passengers were in
jured in a railroad accident near
Corbyville, Onl., May It).
The death is nnnounced of Wil
liam Wiight, LL. D., Professor of
Arabic in the University of Cam
bridge. He was in his sixtieth year.
Ex-Secretary of War George W.
McCrcary is spoken of as a successor
to Justice Miller on the Supreme
General Agnus, editor of the Bal
timore American, is suggested for
Minister to Russia.
The question of women sitting in
county councils in England has
been decided in the negative.
It is proposed to reopen the Paris
Exposition next year.
The Parncll Commission will not
report to Parliament until next Feb
ruary. Two West Virginia women fought
a duel with knives on May 22d
Several suits pending against ex
President Fish of the Marine Bank
are to be brought to trial in New
Mrs. E. C. Folsom, mother of
Mrs. Grover Cleveland, was married
May 20th to Henry E. Feninc of
Buffalo, N. Y., at Jackson, Mich.
May20th 12,000 worthof watches
and jewelry were found in the cloth
ing of Mary Arnold, who arrived at
New York from France.
Boulanger has been elected to the
Municipal Council of Samt-Otien-Sur-Seine.
A discharged soldier fired a re
volver containing a blank cartridge
as President Carnot drove by to at
tend the fete at Versailles, thereby
creating intense excitement.
Theie were several marine disas
ters caused by the heavy fog at New
York May 18th.
A severe storm has done consider
able damage in Ohio and Pennsyl
vania. Dhulecp Sing, the Indian Prince,
has been privately married to Miss
Ada Wetherell in Paris.
Prinoess Beatrice, wife of Prince
Henry of Battenberg, gave birth to
a son, May 20th.
There was a severe shock of earth
quake in San Francisco May llHb,
at 3 a. m.
In consequence of the high prices
of raw sugar the largest refinery in
Greenock has been closed.
Forty-live persons have lost their
lives through floods in Bohemia.
'The steamship City of Paris ar
rived at Quccnstown, May 22d from
New York;. She made the" fastest
eastward passngo on record ! days,
22 hours and 10 minutes,
The (load body of Dr. Oronin, the
Iiish American who strangely dis
appeaied from his home in Chicago,
was found May 22d some distance
north of the city in a sewer on
Evanston avenue. A bloody towel
was wrapped about the head, but
tho body was stark naked.
The powder magazine at Fortress
Kbnlcsteln, Saxonv. was struck bv
lightning, May lGth, causiug'an. ex
plosion, Tho magazine contained
1000 sliolls. The sentinels on duty
MB. II. W. SCHMIDT has retired as
a partner from our firm.
H. IIAOKFELD & CO,
Honolulu, Wuy 13, IbgQ. S-i'l 8t
PEHSONS reijulring Pasture
limited number of horses
Hiimo by implying lo
SOU Uv. JOHN V,
ALL parties wlbhlng to erect Ilootha
or Sell Hcfrcslmionls at Kaploliml
Park on June 11th miut obtain permits
froin ' W, M, OIFFARD,
50Qlw Heoretary K. V. A,
MESSR3. DODD A MILLER
have lust received ex Umnlilla
another lot of that " PHILADELPHIA
liAOEH BKttlt" in kef?3, which tliey
are offering to their customers. 200 1 w
selor at Law, corner Port and
Merchant streets. Honolulu, gives writ
ten statements of law and judicial deci
sions applicable to the facta of the cases
stated to him, and also opinion as to tho
probable result of legal pioccedlngs.
ALL persons arc hereby foi bidden to
give ciedlt to anyone on my ae.
count, as utter tills date I will'pny
no bills except of my on personal con.
trnetlng. LOUIS UUSNELL.
Honolulu, May .11, 1SSJ1. 204 lw
NOTICE ol REMOVAL.
ALKX. FLOUR, Lock & Gunsmith,
lias removed opposite in the pre
uxises occupied formerly by Max Eckuft
ns a jewelry store, next door to Holl'.
bchlacgcr & Co., in the Damon block,
lioihol htteot. 240 1m
BOATS FOR SALE.
have on hand one 22.
foot Whiileboat. with
Iron ccntcr.hourd, mast, sail,
oars, etc., complete; suitable
for Helling. Also, one 75.1b. Cltukcr
Pleasure fcktfT, copper fastcncil, with
oars and rowlocks ; w HI be- sold cheap
for cash. Both new. Apply at
DOWBU & SON'S,
2.r)0 lm Shop near the Fish Market.
Mrs. II. MACMILLAN
HAS commenced Drcssmakinpr Cut
ting and Fitting, at her residence
No KM Ntiunnv Avenue, next to Eagle
House, Bell Telephone 180. 2-18 Ira
San Francisco, Cai..,
February 1U, 1830. J
WE herewith ceitify that Messrs.
Dodd & Miller arc our duly an.
tliorizcd and only agents for the Ha
wallun Islands foi the sale of our Lager
Beer in kegs.
JOHN WIELAND SKEWING CO.,
100 tf .lohn H. Wielnnd Bros
ALL makes of Pianos taken in part
payment toward the Celebrated
Decker liros., J. & C Fischer & Con
rtdi Pianos for which we are sole agent".
Music Depaittncnt, Hawaiian News Co.
SECOND-HAND Pianos, from $75
lo$200; worthy of attention. Music
Department, Hawaiian News Oo.
ANY make of Piano tor which we
are agents will sell on monthly
instalments of $10 up, or at New york
prices for cash. Music Department, Ha
waiian News Co.
JUSTreceied the Peerless Fischer
Piano, guaranteed for fi yenr, call
and see it. Music Department. Hawaiian
ALL kinds of Musical Instruments,
Musical Merchandise, Sheet Music
and Music Books on sale at the Music
Department, Hawaiian News Co.
SUPKKMK COUKT OF THE
Hawaiian Islands. In the matter
of O. D. Frrcth, n Binkrupt. Order on
petition of Bankrupt for discharge from
Upon rending nnd filine the petition
of U. D. Frecth. ol Honolulu, on the
Island of Oahu, alleging tliat more than
six months have elapsed since he was
adjudicated a Bankrupt und praying for
a discharge from nil his debts.
It is ordered that THURSDAY, the
filii day of June, 18SU, at 10 A. M., of that
d'iy at the Court Room, in Aliiolani
lla'c, be and is hereby appointed the
time and place for hearing of said pell,
tion when ami where all creditors who
have proved their clniius against said
Bankrupt may appear and show cause
if any they have why the prayer of Bold
Bankrupt should not be granted.
And ic is further ordered that notice
be given by advertisement In the Daily
Bulletin for two weeks in Honolulu,
of the time nnd place of such hearing,
and that the Clerk of tho Supreme Court
mall notices of the time and place of
such healing to all creditors who have
proved their debts.
Justice Supreme Cotut,
Altcfl' : J. II. HictbT, Deputy Clerk.
Dated Honolulu. May 21, 1880.
New Boob 1 New Books !
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE
A large consignment of the
ENGLISH, FRENCH AN)
All the Standard Works
POETRY and PROSE.
These BOOKS aro offered at
Very Low Prices !
And Defcriptlve Catalogues will be
furnished to those detlr.
fjay-Qoiin,rj( Orders Bollcitedi&?
HAWAIIAN" MS Coi'y
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORK Ell HOTEL
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
Undressed 6-Button Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
A.rJ? $1.50 A. JP-A.IJK-.
75 & "77 Fort St-EGrAN
SSrOn account of the denth of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
magniflcient slock will be sold for cash at and below cost. 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, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosier', Hoots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we'have a
large and elegant 9tock of Gents', Youths' and Hoys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Huts, Caps, Shoes, Truuks, Valises, etc.,
etc., nnd by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Boll Telephone, C30 -a BSf Mutual Telephone, 3T X
Ho. 24 Merchant Street. Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, BYE and MONONGAHELA, '
' In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH and HfclJBL WHISKI-IT,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
CBRBS', in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Gin, Bewt Brand in tlie MtxrUet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer. English Ale & Porter, German Beer. Etc.,
Bitters, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollinuri Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinfundel, Malaga, Tokay,
All of which will bo sold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 FOI1T STREET, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agents for P. LoriUard & Co.'s Tobacco,.A Vf. 8. Kimball & Oo
Tobacoo and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Worku - 73 HoWl Street,
& FOKT STREETS.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Sale a Full Assortment of-
Riesling, Hooks, Etc., Et.
AT LOWEST RATES by
Jk DEALKnB IN-
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