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FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1889.
Ecbr Twilight, 47 days from Holland
Stmr Waialeale from Knual
8 tin r Klnuu from Hawaii and Maul
'Stmrlwalanl from llamiikii
a S Umatilla from tan Fiauclsco
Stuir VT O Ilall for Lnlinlua, Maalaea,
Kaua. Kan' and thu Yoleauo at 19
o'clock a ax
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORRQY.
Stmr Pcle for Hawaii at Id n in
Bk Alex McNeil for Ban Francisco
Bktrw 3 Q Wilder for San Francisco
JJk C I) Bryant, for Ban Francisco
Bktue John Woriter for San Frauclsco
From Mdul and Urtwail'pcr stmr Kl
nau, June 281 apt W Mat-on, Chun
Lung, Itev K G Poller, W S Terry, E
Stout, W K Low, Mis C McLennan, Mrs
Kroeger, O Gcrtz, Jaa Kenton, S Ma
cauley, II II Webb, Geo Blcknell,Chiing
Sec, SAlimee, v Gaitenberg, M J Mc
Lean, Geo E Richardson, fl Laws, Dr
AOraue, H A licen, .Miss Kaula Shaw,
Mrs Is Shaw, Mrs II Kapakahi, and 81
For Maul and Hawaii per stmr W G
Ilall, Juno 28 Mrs P Lee, W A Hnrdy,
E W Fuller, T W Everett, F S Dunn,
Kauhaae (4), Mts Thompson, Miss
Emma Martin, Miss B Martin, Koptka,
Pauabi, farah and Maggie Martin, Dr
N B Emerson, Miss Pilipo, J W Knlua,
Mrs J M Israel, Miss Dcnnison, lv Kat
sura, Dr Kawado, Ah Sam, F Macom
bcr, Kaaina, and 75 deck.
From Haw nii per stmr lwalanl, June
28 W1I Hiekard, wife and 4 children,
C K' Menger8on,E Kleimau, John Dyer,
Mrs 11 id all, 2 Chinese and 9 duck.
From Kauai per stmr Waialeale, June
28-7H F Glade, G fl Wilcox, and Ar
From San Francisco per 3 S Umatilla
Juno 28 Mrs Lillle, Miss A II I'arke,
W 0 Parke, ir, Mrs O L Bell, Miss G
Eddy, I Q Tewksbury, L B Kerr, T
May, Hon A S leghorn, F A Sihaefer,
K B Brenham, J M Williams, Rev A C
Walkup, J L Torbert. J H Lantry and
The lwalanl brought this morning
5,308 bagsof sugar.
The Pele sails at 10 o'clock to-morrow
for Kallua, Holualoa, Keauhou,
Ka waloa and Napoopoo.
The LiUlike ai lived at IIllo last
Wednesday evening. She is due here
The Kluau brought 13,047 bags sugar,
4 horses, 110 bagH spuds, 10 bags corn,
160 bdW hides, 17 bags ginger, )3 pigs,
65 bxs pineapples, and 130 pkgs sun
dries. The Waialeale biought from Kauai
to-day 33G0 bags of sugar.
AIHUVALS AT SAN FIIANCISCO.
June 15 -Bktne Amelia 174 days from
Hilo; lli schr Anna, 18 days from Ka
hului; bi ig Geo II Douglass, 27 davs
from Honolulu; bk C O Whitinoie, 29
days from Honolulu; 17 bk F S
Thompson, 19 days fiom Kahulul.
. UEPAUTURES FKOM SAN FKANCISCO:
June 18 U S S Adams for Honolulu;
10- brig W G Irwin for Honolulu; b.uk
"W B Godfrey lor Honolulu.
A CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT.
On Monday, July 1st, at 10
o'clock a. m., at his sales room,
Queen street, Mr. J. F. Morgan will
sell at public auction, 21 shares of
tbo Dew issue of Puia Sugar Stock,
par value $100. The shares will bu
put up in small lots, thereby giving
, parties a chance to invest in a good
' OPIUM SEIZURE.
A few minute before eight
o'clock this morning two Chinamen,
Ah Yang and AU Sain were taking
five, barrels of poi on a handcart for
shipment to Hawaii by the steamer
W. G. Hall, Tf hen they were stopped
by Police Captain Hopkins, who on
examining the barrels found twenty
four tints, of opiuinjfq'one addressed
to P. M.', Houua'po, Kau. The two
men" along with the opium were
taken to the Station house.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band will give a complimentary con
cert tDCupt. Clarke and officers of
"HV'Mr S. Espiegle this evening,
Juno-28th '(52d anniversary Queen
Victoria's ascension to tlio throne),
at the Hawaiian Hotel at 7:80:
Overture Fetial Bach
Reminiscences of Balfe Godfrey
Grand National Fautasla Kappey
Ala Iliki Mai. Ipo Lauae.
Fantasia Robeit Bruco (new)
Gavotte Queen's Own Amilllon
JL'olua Royal Hussars i . ...Hotel
God Save the Queen.
Star Spangled ltauncr.
3 Hawaii Ponol,
The American schoosr Twilight,
Capt. Larsen, arrived this morning
47 days from Howland Island with
200 ton's of guano for Honolulu and
144 logs of toi wood for San Fran
cisco. She left here December 26th,
1888, for Howland Island with Mr,
John T. Arundel on board. Meeting
with bad weather was a month mak
ing tie trip. Then went to Carolino
Islands stayed a month ; thence to
Tahiti and Flint Island. Laid at
the latter place'a month nnd then
started for Honolulu, but encounter
ing contrary winds made for How
lawl Island where Mr, Arundel wa8
oft' In good health. He was to visit
Samoa and then go to .New Zealand,
passing through Honolulu in tbe fall
on his way to England. The Twi
light will discharge her guano here
and thon go to Su Francisco.
tax King ltftvei for Maul on Tues
day. About 10,000 acres of land are
Fncsa frozen oysters at Nolto'a re
ceived by tho Umatilla.
The Umatilla brought $50,500 in
gold coin for Bishop & Co.
Nkw Custom House offices and a
storehouse nro to bo erected.
The Duko of Portland's colt Dono
van won the English Derby.
Til if U. S. S. Adams left San Fran
cisco June 18th, for Honolulu.
Mn.J.T. Waterhousc has been talk
ing cable for all ho was worth.
Fifty-two years ago to-day Queen
Victoria was crowned nt Westmin
ster. Puiuer Edw. A. Kcil has tho best
thanks of tho Bulletin for late San
In another column appears the
official programme of the regatta for
tbo Fourth of July.
The Owl will bo out to-morrow
morning. Tbo Colonel promis.es it
will be the best issue yet.
The R. M. S. Alameda will bo
along this evening or early to-morr.ow
morning from the Colonies en route
to San Francisco.
We understand that responsible
parties hae takan up tho matter of
a parachute jump on the 4th. No
jump, no pay.
Suoi.it for 96 test remains at 8
centB. New York June 20th, Sugar
Refinery Company's certificates were
quoted at 114 J.
A complimentary band concert
will be given this evening at the
Hotel to the Captain and officers of
H. B. M. S. Espiegle.
. t i
A good game of ball may be look
ed for to-morrow afternoon between
the Itamehamehas and Kaiulanis, as
the latter club has been strengthened
The regular quarterly exhibitions
of Sunday bchools will bo held at
tho Kaumakapili and Kawaiabao
churches, Sunday morning, at 10
In the report of Kapiolani Park
yesterday tbo name of Hon. Cecil
Brown, Vice-President, was inadver
tently omitted from the list of
The British, American and Chilean
men of.war were dressed with bunt
ing to-day, in honor of the 52d anni
versary of Queen Victoria's ascension
to the thfcme of England.
Catt. Matson of tbo Lurline ar
rived on the Kinau this morning
from Hilo, and goes to the Coist by
the Alameda. Tho fust officer will
take charge of the Lurline.
A meeting of the Amateur Musi
cal Society will be held this evening,
at 7:30 o'clock, at tho Y. M. C. A.
for the purpose of re-organization
and election of officers. Everyone
interested in vocal music should
nuke a point of attending.
Mr. J. H. Maby writes to tho Wil
der'i S. S. Co. from the Volcano
houso under date of June 23d, that
tho Dana lake has been very active
during the weok. Highest tempera
ture 74, lowest 60. Rainfall duiing
the week 5 61-100.
The Kimberly reception commit
tee met this morning and adopted
the report on resolutions. The com
mittee of three will go out on the pi
lot boat to meet tho Alameda. It is
so arranged that if the Adipiral is on
board, his Hag will bo hoisted on the
mizzon mast of tho U. S. S. Alert. As
soon as that is done tho Espiegle will
salute the llagv
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Service at St.Andrew's Cathedral,
Band concert at the Hawaiian
Hotel at 7:30.
Drill King's Own, at 7:30.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, at
Hawaiian Council No. 689 A. L.
Meeting Amateur Musical Society
Pacific Degree Lodge No. 1, D.
of R., at 7:30.
S. S. KINAU.
The steamship Kinau arrived this
morning from windn'ard, with a good
list of passengers and 13,047 bags of
sugar. Purser Beckley reports fine
weather; the Lurline arrived at Hilo
tho 2oth, nineteen days from San
Francisco with ten cabin passengers j
the Dora liluhm arrived at Mahu
kona the 22d and leaves ou Satur
day with a full load of sugar for San
This morning His Majesty the
King gave a breakfast at lolani
Palace to Hon. Samuel and Mrs.
Parker. Unfortunately Mrs. Parker
and the Hon. J. P. Parker and wife
were unable to be pi esent owing to
indisposition. Those who sat down
were Their Majesties the King and
Queen, II. H. Prince Kawananakoa,
Hon. S. Parker, Misses Kva and
Helen Parker, and Mr. J. W. Rob
ertson, Vice - Chamberlain. The
band -was in attendance.
.Tho first impulse of a boy with a
new natch is to assure himself that
.none of ita 175 parts are missing.
- "J'M 1 T")'VfLl
Olpttus BpereUan of tho Prpften,
tory.'Pnbllp Exhibition of tho
The closing exercises of tho Ka
mehauicha Preparatory School and
the exhibition of the Karachamcha
School took placo yesterday after
noon and evening.
Those at the Preparatory bcIioo!
were held at two o'clock in the af
ternoon. The two scliool-iooms
thrown into one were tastily deco
rated for tho occasion. Over the
platform hung a portrait of Hon.
Chas. R. Bishop festooned with leis
and wreaths of ovi greens. The
bright little pupils, somo 37, wcrejf
scaled at their desks, and their neat
appearance and excellent behavior
were very favorably commended on,
Among those present were noticed:
Messrs. J. O. Carter and U. M.
Cooke, Trustees; Rev. W. D. and
Mrs. Westervclt, Rev. II. and Mrs.
Bingham, Mis. G. P. Castle, Mrs.
A. Fuller, Miss F. II. Bishop, Rev.
O. P. Emerson, Dr. N. B. Emerson,
Hon. S. M. and Mrs. Damon, Rev.
Dr. E. G. Bcckwith, Misses Carrie
Castle, Pcpoon, Chamberlain, Davis
and Cushman, Mrs. E. W. Jordan,
Mrs. Dr. J. M. Whitney, Mis. J.
M. Cooke, Mrs. Pinncy, Mr. A. T.
Atkinson, InspectorGeneral of
Schools; Mrs. C. A. Brown, Mrs.
T. G. Gribble, Mrs. H. S. Town
send, Messrs. F. W. Damon, S. D.
Fuller and S. Edw. Damon.
The exercises opined with the
chanting of psalms followed with
prayer by Rev. W. D. Westervclt.
The programme which occupied a
little over an hour consisted of
declamations, songs, choruses, a
duet, essay, quotations, a reading,
and gymnastic exercise. It was
evident as the exercises proceeded
that there had been very careful and
faithful work on the part of the
teachers of the institution, The
majority of the little boys were un
able to pronounce a word of Engilsh
when they entered the school but at
the exercises they showed rapid ad
vancement in that language. The
class room woik, conducted by
MIbscs Iliglit and Lyman, was ex
ceedingly interesting, the boys
forming short sentences, including
a word given by the teacher. The
drawing on the blackboards was well
done. Miss Hight had charge of
the music, all of which was very
nicely rendeied, one little boy sing
ing a solo from the Mikado. Fred
Maby read an essay in which he re
ferred with pride to the Kameha
mcha baseball nine. He said the
preparatory schoolboys did not be
long to the league but they cheered
with all their might when the Kame
mehas beat the Honolulus. At the
conclusion of the exercises many of
the visitois inspected the interior of
the building and were loud in their
praise of the neatness of the dormi
tories and the comfort provided for
the boys. K
The greatest credit is due the
principal, Miss C. A. Raemer, and
her associates, Misses I light and
Lyman, for the gratifying results of
the fust year's work of this nobk
institution. It is. to be recrctted
that the Hon. C. R. Bishop who
erected the building was not pre
sent. SUNIOH SCHOOL tXHIBITIOK.
Kawaiabao church has seldom con
tained so many people as gathered
there last evening on the occasion of
the exhibition by the pupils of the
school. The body of the church
was crowded in every pait, also the
large galleiies, many people being
obliged to stand. Among those
present were noticed II. R. H.
Princess Liliuokalani, Hon. J. O.
Dominis, His Honor Chief Justice
Judd, Mr. Justice and Mrs. Mc
Cully, His Ex. Jona. Austin, Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs; Mr. J. O.
Carter, Hon. W. D. Alexander,
Rev. 11. and Mrs. Bingham, Prof.
W. T. Brigham, Rev. S. E. Bishop,
Prof, M. M. Scott etc..
The decointions in rear of the
large platform were unique. On
the front of the organ just above
the keyboard was a largo picture of
the late Hon. Mrs. Bernice Bishop,
the founder of the Kumehameha
schools, draped with a Hawaiian flag
and festooned with wreaths of evei
greens. On the choir desk were
specimens of carpenter work done
by the boys, such as the frame for a
house, croquet set of polished koa,
a bridge, dumb bells, etc. In rear
of the platform were largo black
boards. The pupils looked exceed
ingly neat in their uniform of groy
The Rev. W. B. Olceon, the prin
cipal, had charge of the exercises
which opened with prayer by tho
Rev. J. Waiamau. This was fol
lowed by the singing of a Te Deum
arranged by Buck, by the whole
school under direction of Hon. II.
S. Townsend. It was well rendered,
though an organ or piano accom
paniment would not have been out
of place. During the evening several
musical selections were sung, some
by the entire school, others by four
teen, ten and six of the boys. The
one that pleased best was ".Bright.
Sparkles" which was oxcellontly
sung. The patience of tho uuisfo
teacher, Mr. Townsend, has been
well rewarded, fur on tho whole the
singing of the school was highly
Some very smart work was shown
by seven of the boys in working out
examples of fractions on the black
board. The blackboard exercise in
penmanship by eighteen boys was a
really fine display, an ex-govorn-
niuut toacher remarking hu had not
seen better in the country. Rapid
i uiuitij .if .ij w r ji7BtJBi mm mmu
M. fe M .. .aH .Vfi. tf MM It MAIIA.4.. M.. . .4.kfc
i fiuiwMaeiiiTttHffi m u mwn r.m ttu
hv ilii wJiflli wbaiU
With J, Witt as tcQQhtr, uRid tin
audience very much. The Indian
club exercises and calisthenics
showed that the physical training of
the boys has not been neglected.
The various movements were exe
cuted with precision and neatness
and wpto loudly applauded. A com
position on "Early Training" by
Samuel Kauhane, was exceedingly
creditable and full of good points.
W. Spencer's composition on "Tho
Royal Line of Kamehamcha," eulo
gised the noble Kamcbatnehas from
the 1st to Lunalllo. .But of all the
Kamehamchas he thought the name
or ucrnicc Paualu Bishop should be
tko most honored for tho magnificent
schools founded by her munificence.
Some capital drawing of animals
and figures were done on tho black
boards, while Editor Wise read the
contents of the ''Kamehatneha Sent
inel." The articles and contribu
tions in the latter were rather amus
ing. Seven recitations were given
by different boys, but owing to the
noise in the back part of the church
it was difficult to hear them. The
exhibition was a great success and
tho large audience went away much
S. S. UMATILLA.
The Umatilla, Capt. E. W.
Holmes, arrived at 3 o'clock this
afternoon with 15 cabin and ten
steerage passengers, and 912 tons
of caigo. She left San Francisco
June 21st at noon, First two days
moderate N. W. winds and swell,
rest of voyage light winds from the
northwest and smooth sea. She is
docked at Robinson's wharf.
Tuesday, June 18th, a fire broke
out in the steward's pantry on the
steamship Australia, which has been
undergoing extensive repairs in San
Francisco. It is not known how it
started but the lire gutted the whole
steerage on the main deck between
the muzen and jigger masts. The
woodwork will have to be complete
ly renewed, and also tho deck, the
plank being charred and the iron
deck warped. The damage is esti
mated to be between 84000 and
S5000. The Australia has received
extensive repairs, besides new boil
ers and engines. She was to have
been ready to go into commission
by the 19th inst., but the damage
occasioned by the fire will delay
"Have you ever stopped to con
sider what is the chief end of our
existence on this mundane sphere?"
asked the solemn old gentleman
with the shining garb. "Dividend,"
replied the oil speculator.
TR. DODD his just received ct
LYJL " Uiimliil.i" another lot of tlia'
'PHILADELPHIA L-VUBIt BEER"
in kegs, which lie is offering to his
customers. 287 lw
FRESH and Dilicioub Hoslon Urcam
Pull-, every Tuesday and Saturday
t P. HoilN'd. 285 41
PLAIN and French Candlc-i fresh
made every day bpecial agree.
nents mailu for largu orders at the Pio.
nei-r Sliam Candy Factory & Bakery
ioiel between Fort and Nuuanu s tree is
ESTABLISHED 1803. The onlj
r ul nnd Genuine Knglbh liutlor
OLOtch in Honolulu Is Foluly manufac
tured by F. UoilN, Proprlutor Pioneer
ileum Candy Factory & Bakery. Hoth
Telephone No 7L 285 -It
Fl N E Ice Cream Cakes
nnd Candles at the
"Elite Ice Cream Parlors."
BY Energetic Man -who understands
German and English languages, a
situation in a store, or drlvct of delivery
wagon or wholesale house Best of re.
ftrences given Anply at this office.
Per 8. S. Umatilla,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NOITE, Proprietor.
FOB SAN FIvANOISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for tho above
Friday, July 5th,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. Q. IEWIN & CO., Agenta.
i till' it Vii ii i ' i iwi i wirt i Hi i i in' ihni 'Wiiii in t ai
n-TiTrr-Tr-r -.-T'r..,TT- - - . - i-----'-r--W ' TW
REGATTA!" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
TO nV. TTttT.71 f)N W m
TO BE HELD ON
JCJ3L.Y 4tli, 1889.
Under the auspices bf th
Hawa. Ron & Yachtinff
Commonclng at 8 o'clock a. m.
Official List of Races and Frizes:
1 SIX-OAItED GIG KACE. Slid
ing Scats. Free to all. Prize,
1-10. Donated hy the 4th July
CourtsE : From starling line out tho
channel (keepiuR between the buoys),
leaving Spar Buoy on port side,
thence to and around Bell Buoy,
keeping same on port side in round
ing, and back to starting point, keep
ing Spar Buoy on starboard aide.
2 GALLEY on GIG KAOE. Six
oars. Stationary Scats. Frco to
all. 1st prize, $f0; 2nd prize,
$25; 3rd prize, saves stakes.
Couiise: Same as in No. I.
3 YACHT RACE. Open to all
Yachts over 5 tons and not ex
ceeding 10 tons in measurement,
provided, howevor, that this limi
tation shall not apply to Yachts
now in Hawaiian waters and
that enter for the race this yar.
'Hawaiian Challenge Cap" &
Poimant for 1889.
Donated by tho H. R. A. Y. A. to be
sailed for conditionally and annually
under its auspices. In addition to the
above prize the 4th July Celebration
Committee have donated the sum of
$50 to tho boat taking second place
at tho finish,
Course: 1. From an imaginary
lino drawn from tho Honolulu Har
bor Light-house to the Immigration
Depot wharf on the east sido of tho
harbor, out the channel, keeping be
tween the Spar anil Barrel .Buoys at
the entrance to the harbor.
2. From tho Spar Buoy, passing
outside of the Bell Buoy to and tack
ing around a stako boat anchored in
the Bay opposite tho residence of
W. G. Irwin near Diamond Head.
I). From this stake boat, passing
IH8IDK of the Bell Buoy, to and tack
ing around a stake boat anchored off
the reef, about half-a-mile south of
the cntranco to Pearl Harbor, at a
point where the north end of the
Waianae Mountains comes in line
with an old house situate in a grovo
i. From this stake boat, to and
tacking around the Boll Buoy.
6. From tho Bell Buoy, passing be
tween the Spar and Barrel Buoys,
and finishing at and across an imagi
nary line drawn from the Can Buoy
in the harbor to a White Flag on the
O. S. S. Co.'h whari.
i YACHT KACE. Open to all
yachts below 5 tons measure
ment. 1st prize, $75; 2d prize,
$50; 3rd prize, $25. Donated by
tho 4th of July committee
Course: 1. From an imaginary line
drawn from tho Honolulu harbor
lighthouse to the Immigration de
pot wharf on the east sido of the har
bor, out tho ohanuM, keeping be
tween the Spar and Barrel buoys at
thu entrance to tho harbor.
2. From the Spar buoy passing
outside of the Bell buoy to and tack
ing around a stake boat anchored in
tho bay opposite the residence of V.
G. Irwin near Diamond Head.
3. From this stake boat, passing
inside of the Bell buoy to and tack
ing around a stake boat anchored off
tho Quarantine Grounds.
4. From this stake boat to and
tacking around the Bell buoy.
5. From the Bell buoy, passing
between the Spar and Barrel buoys
and finishing at and across an imag
inary line drawn from the Can buoy
in the harbor to a white flag ou the
O. S. S. Co.'s dock.
All races will bo governed by the
rules adopted by the Association.
In all races where two prizes are
given, three boats at leaht must start;
where 11 prizes arc awarded 5 boats
must stait. In saving stakes 4 boats
Two or more boats must start to
mako u racu.
Kowing boats will be first called in
lino by tho firing of a gun aud will
start in the various laces by the
Tho yachts will make a (lying start.
Time allowance to bo computed in
accordanoe with tho rules of the
Association. No restrictions as to
quantity of sail.
Boats and yachts not keeping to
the designated course will bo disqual
ified. No one will be allowed on the
Judges' stand except by special per
mission of tho conunitteo.
Each boat and yacht niUBt bo pro
vided with a distinguishing color.
Positions will bo assigned to tho
coxswains of rowing boats by tho
Bowing boats in Race 1 will assem
ble at tho starting point at 8 a. in.
sharp, and those in Itaco 2 at 8 :30.
Yachts in Rare 3 will asscmblo off
the Pacific Mail dock at 0 a. m. A
preparatory gun will bo fired on th
Judges' boat at 'J:15 a m. The start
ing gun will bo fired nt 9 :80 a. m.
Notice to asscmblo tho yacliU in
Race -1 will bo given by tho firing of
a gun from tho Judges' boat, one half
hour before the starting gun.
Printed rules and regulations may
bo obtained of tho Secretary on and
after Monday, tho 1st prox.
t)F List of entries will be opon
at the office of the Haw. Nowb
Agency on Merchant street, until U
a. in., ill" .mi met
O. B. WILSON,
0. P. IAUKEA
J. M. DOWSE
W. M. GIFFARD,
287 5t Secretary
Over 1,000 Pieces of White fi Fancy Embroideries,
Torchong Laces, Oriental Laoes.
Also, Larp Lies of Lace Trimmings !
WILL BE CLOSED OUT AT AN
K3? Immense DRediuction 51
Qieat Bargains can bo obtained by calling at tho Tomplo of Fashion for the
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17,
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
Great Inducements Offered to the Public
The Balance of Our Splendid Stock will bo
Sold during tho Month jt Juno
AT -25 - PER -CENT- BELOW -COST
HOLLISTER & CO
100 FOBT STREET, HONOLULU.
The Manufacturers' Shoe Go.
ss & so mwimm& Hotel at.
Wholesale & Retail Boots & Shoes.
Correct Styles gjB Latest Designs J& All Fricoi.
B. f . EHIEES & CO.
EUROPEAN and AMERICAN
DRY and FANCY GOODS !
N. B. On and aiter May
oi our Drmmaking Eomi.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
TIIAX JBVEK -:
i. b. SMrrnr, Aaont
15th, MIBB OLABK will have cIiwm
j. . . tjlA
Jfeswtifta,s i Jjitii-". w4.