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MONDAY, NOV. 18, 1P89.
ll M 8 Zcalandla, Olerendorp, from (lie
Ktmr I.i'hiia from Hawaii
Stmr lCaiihitioin Moknleli
Stmr Viva from Mmll
.Slmr Wnlalcalc fiom Knn.it
,Stim Jim Makee ttom Kauai
ehr Walehu from Kuuiil
Sehr ICnultliin fiom Kamil
Slmr Llkcllkc from Maul
Stmr Mlknhala from Kmuii
fcSchr Kulnmami from Wahnea
Sclir Italnbowfroni ICoolau
Bcur Hiilcnkula hum Pepcokco
Steam bktne Mornlttg :5ltr, (Jarlanil,
fiom South Seas
ll 11 S Zcalandl.i for San Francisco
Ilk Annln Johnson for Sail I'r.ineKeo
Slmr Kltuuca Hon for llannikua at r
Slmr Mokoltt for Molnkni at . p in
SHmr Viva for At nut at i p in
Stmr Wntmatiulo for Watiuiae ami Wal-
Mini' Iwn'aul for Lnhnina ami llnuin-
kua at 10 a in
Sehr Ivnwallam for ICoolau
Sehr Mlllu Morris Tor ICoolau
.Stmr Jas.Makep for ICapaa at 5 p in
Sclir Watmnlu for Puna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Slmr Mlkahala for Kauai at", p m
Stmr, I A Cummliia for ICoolau at fl a
Stmr Ltkclike for Maul at fi p in
Stmr IiChua for Hamakua anil Hllo ports
at " p m
Sclir Walchii for Puna
Sehr ICulamami for Wnimci, Kauai
Sehr ICiivvatlaiit for Koolau
Stmr YValaleale for Kilaiicu ami Ilaua-
lci at 5 p m
JFrom windward ports per stmr Liko
llkc, Nov 17 Miss Severance, D II Da
vis, II T Sawyer, Mrs Kapu, H A Bow-
en, Itev Wiilaniau, wife ami 2 children,
A V hinder and wife, Miss Meserolo,
U Brlokwood, H J Lowrle, How Kee
and 33 deck.
For San Francisco peril M S Zenlnn
dla, Nov 16-Hls ExC V AMifoid, W
A Whiting, R llalstead, l II Uiooks, 0
11 Wells, K Podeyu, G E Whittaker and
wife, Allen ileibcrt, .las Dodd, " steer
age and 09 in transit.
From Kauai per stmr Mikalinla, Xov
17 C Woltcis, W Melee, lions W 0
Smith, II 1 Raldwin, and 11 Water
house; MissK Harris, Mis G Marker,
1) Tiask, H Kellnur, U Ilnifgnnrd, Itolit
Cuttuii, EM Walsh, Hoi eligrevinek, M
I) Monsarr.it, L E Imlay, Mrs 1 Ka
jioa, F Weber and :t3 deck.
The Likellke In ought Nov 17th 20 sks
coin, 29 sks f-puds, J pump fixtures, 70
The bktnoS G Wilder (omes off the
Maiiue Hallway to-morrow.
The bulk Annie Johnson sailed on
Saturday p m for San Francisco with
her lfilS tons of coal in transit from
Newcastle, X S W.
The stmr Mlkaliala brought 10S0 bags
Miliar, 4G8 bags rice, and 2U head cattle
The stmr Lclma brought 2.1 head cat
tic from Hawaii.
The stmr Kaala brought 2140 bags
paddy from Mokuleia on Saturday.
IIEIIGRK In Honolulu, November 10,
Herrinuuu Yilliehn,youngest son of
Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Ilerger, and
giamUoii of Judge Herrmann A.
Wldemami, aged seven years, (-even
months and 2D days.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
A aoOD cook is wanted.
The Oaliu llailway
time table ap-
Mit. Frank Frost oilers a icwaid
of !?50 foi tho lecovery of the body
of the lost aeronaut.
An alarm of fire was rung eaily
Sunday morning for a blaze at Puna
hon. A Bin till ono story cottage oc
cupied by a Tramways Company em
ployee was burned to the ground.
)it. M. E. Grossman, the well
known dentixt, is ready for business
at "8 Hotel street. His office is fitted
up in the most luxurious manner.
Tliu doctor needs no recommenda
tion. .. m ..
The Government, diplomatic and
consular flags were flying Saturday
in honor of the King's birthday. The
men-of-war vessels in port made a
fine display of hunting as did scvciul
Deep regret and sympathy is fell
for Mr. nnd Mrs. U. O. Uerger, in
their sad hoicavcment of their
youngest son, Herrmann Wilhelni,
which occurred on Saturday. He
was a bright and piomising boy and
in his eighth year.
IIib Majesty tho King govo a luau
at the boallioitso Satuiday afternoon
in honor of his birthday. Tho build
ing was tastily decorated with bunt
ing and a largo number of invited
guesla Were piesent. Theie weie
several bout races during the aftei
uoon. The missiouniy steam barkentino
Morunig Star arrived in poit this
afternoon, from 1'onnno Oct. 1J, with
Miss S, L. Smith and E. T. Ciosby
from Kiisiiie, anil Miss Dr. L. M. hv
gerioll from Ponupo, nil of them in
bail health. Slio also brought tho
shipwrecked crew of the American
hark T. L. SwtMt, wicc);cd on tho
ritisauna leef April Otli, all Imiuls
. Band Concert at Kinma Square, ut
V, Jit. C, A. book-keeping clasi
Wllarmony Lodge No. il I. O. of 0
LOCAL & GENERAL NSWS.
Tiik lalcsl slung on Knunl is '
Jilt. A. Maniucs wiilcs tluit lu will
lie limo on tho Mariposa,
lltsEv. tho Attorney-General left
on the Zealand ia for a acalion,
Tin: S. S. Australia sails at noon
Blimp on Friday for San Fiancisco.
Tin: Tost Ofllco lmsicceicd a con
signment of one and I wo cent envel
opes. l'UHPKti George McLano has the
thanks of the Hru.r.TiN fm late
Tnr. 11. M. S. Mmiposii will lie ijue
on Satiirduy fiom San Francisco en
i onto to Ihe Colonies.
To-Monnow Mr. N. S. Sachs of tho
Popular Millineiy Honso will begin
to oiien his now stock of good.
It is rumored that ono of lli'c naval
oflicers will be married 'within two
weeks to a Honolulu young lady.
Vv. II. Stoni: has been deeded sec
rclmy of tlio Meehnnies' Union in
place of Fiank Godfiey, resigneil.
Tin: Hawaiian band gives a con
cert at Emma. Squaic this evening,
l'rof. Sativlet's new march is on the
J. E. HitoWN & Co. have leceived
ex Zealandia a supply of New Zea
land mullet in ! dozen imim's, :,s pei
The report of tho loyal birthday
recojition, also that of the Sauvlcl
concert, and other matU.T, are defei
rcd for want of space.
The U. S. K. Iioquois has been or
dered to Samoa to relieve "the Adams
and the U. S. S. Aleit will leave for
San Fiancisco about Tlnusday.
It should be distinctly undeistood
that Mr. L. .1. Levey was in no way
whatever connected with the man
agement of the balloon ascension on
The Washington Boo ot Oct. 20,
contains a lengthy letter fiom Mr. F.
J. Testa to Mr. C. (J. Moreno, on Ha
waiian atl'airs, and also an editorial
article on the same subject.
Ma.101! W. II. Coinwell received
a very handsome gold headed cane
on the Australia. It was a piescnl
from Hon. Sam Parker. The little
Major is awfully pioud of it.
Theme wcio two baseball matches
at Makiki on Satuulay afternoon,
the Kamehaiiicba Ji. beating the
Valley lloys J.r fo , while the Aliio
lanis.scoied 11 times to tho Iwileis 7.
The S. F. Call says JI. A. P. Cm tor
of Honolulu has made airmigements
for u line of .steamers to run between
the Hawaiian Kingdom and Tacoma.
Eventually the line will extend to
Mn. CImiles Santley, the eminent
English baritone, was a through pas
senger on tho Zealandia. Induce
ments were ofleicd for him to stay
over and give a conceit but without
Capt. E. M. Freeman, the pilot,
who was biought on by the Alameda,
returned to San Francisco on the
Zcnlandin. Capt. Freeman spoke
very highly of tho tieatmcnt he le
ceived while in Honolulu.
T. IE. Haismson, well known hero
as tho proprietor of the "Poodle Dog"
and who w.-u driven out of the city,
committed suicide in Golden Gato
Pari:, October 14th. His wife obtained
a divorce from him tluec weeks pi e
vious. Messiis. King llros., Hotel sticot,
have Hawaiian Christmas souvenirs
consisting of water color Howaiian
views, tapa cloth and Hawaiian forns
all combined, also Hawaiian Christ
mas cards. These are just tho thing
to send to your friends on the next
steamer. Call cm ly.
Tun Hay brothcis make their first
appearance in "Our Guv'nois'iit the
Opeia House Thuisday evening. A
local sketch "The Telephone System"
will also be presented. The box plan
for the salo of scats is now open at
the ofllco of Mr. L. J. Lovcy. This
will be a vory unique entortaiinhent.
Worm has been received at Ottawa
from the British Government that
Admiral Heneage, who offered an in
sult to the German flag by oidering
tho Geinian ship Husted out of Es
quimau harbor recently and then
towing her out, will be replaced in
command of the Pacific squadron by
Hear Admiral Holtram.
Tiikuk was a busy scene at thoPoBt
Ofllco on Friday directly after tho
anivalof tho mail by tho Austialiu.
Tho steamer brought -11 bags consist
ing of 8,(531 letters, 0,(125 packages
of papers, and 77 packages for the
paicols post. The Kiiuiu was de
tained mi hour and a half and took
tho foreign mail for Maui and Ha
waii. In the Police Court this morning
twenty-four drunks were fined. Louis
Andrado was fined !7 with $3 costs
for furious, and hoedlesa driving.
Aknna was fined $50 with onu hour's
imprisonment, and' All Wing 73
with o bonis for having opium un
lawfully in possession. Hoveral as
sault and battery cases wcio dispos
John Nichols, a policeman, and
Miss Anna Scliourmann who arrived
on tho Austialia, were married at St.
Andrew's Galhedral, Saturday even
ing, by tho Kov. Alex. Mackintosh.
Tho same evening Andiow llimniater
of Honolulu, and Miss Caroline JIiu
eey of Kolmlo, wore married at tho
residence of W, J I. Tell, ly Itev. II,
DROPPED TO DEATH.
Joe Van Tassell, the " llandsomo
Aeronaut," Hakes Ills kit
Melancholy End of a Holiday Ex
hibition. Tile balloon ascension and para
chute jump by Joe Van Tassell an
nounced for the King's birthday at
tracted the attention of an immense
number of people. At 1 :!10 p. m.
thu lire bell at the Central Tower
announced that prcpaialions were
all made lor the event, and that the
aeronaut would soon commence his
daring trip. The balloon was in
flated in thu quarry at the foot of
Punchbowl. There was a strong
breeze blowing at the time, hut the
quarry being well sheltered it was
not felt much. Two minutes before
two o'clock the inllation of the mon
ster commenced and it went along,
very rapidly. At I-' minutes past
two o'clock a IJrt.t.inix lcprcsent
ativc had a brief conversation with
Joe, asking him about his parachute
lines, and where he intended to
drop. He said his linos were all
right and that he would try and
descend into the palace groundsi On
being asked if the wind was too
strong, hq said it would not make
much difference. After shaking
hands and wishing him a pleasant
trip, the Bulletin scribe moved
awa' nnd Joe went to his parachute,
lie was advised to put on a life
buoy, as the wind was blowing con
siderably and he might drop on the
water, and actually did put one on
but took it off just before he started.
At exactly seventeen minutes past
2 o'clock "let go" was heard and
tho balloon with the parachute at
tached rose quickly in the air and
Joe seated on the trapeze wavud his
hand to the crowd below. There
were hundreds of people on Punch
bowl who checied as the daring
aeronaut ascended gracefully up
wards. Soon lie reached an altitude
ot over two thousand feet, and
directly over the Opera IIoubo. He
had a moment previously partially
opened the parachute. At the point
mentioned Joe cut loose from the
paiachutc, but instead of coining
down as was expected, the parachute
was carried gradually away to sea.
It came down :v short distance and
then began to ascend. Soon it was
over the harbor with not the slight
est indication of coming down. The
reef was passed nnd the patachnte
remained at about the same altitude.
It was an agonizing sight to those
who were looking on, to jind that the
poor fellow was drifting out sea
wards to a watery gnve, as thoie
were no beats anywhere within
reach. At last the parachute is
descending and finally the aeronaut
drops into the water out of sight
about six hundred yards beyond the
reef. A chill inn through the crowd
collected on the water front, for the
lug Eleti had not steam up, the men-of-war
launches did not move, and
nothing could be done. There were
three small yachts just outside of
the harbor and they at once headed
for the scene. The balloon dropped
into the water nearly five minutes
after the parachute, but they were a
long distance apart.
Major Gulick, who was at Kalihi,
used a very powerful glass and
states that while the aeronaut was
over the harbor he could see quite
distinctly the parachute ropes, nnd
also that Van Tassell was wearing
overalls. He was standing on the
trapeze and was doing something
with the ropes of the parachute.
When the parachute finally com
menced to descend Van Tassell was
noticed by Mr. Gulick to be sitting
on the trapeze in a doiibled-up posi
tion, as if trying to get olf his boots.
Just before he reached the water he
was hanging from the trapeze by his
hands. After he struck the water
Mr. Gulick saw the poor fellow's
head twice and then he was lost to
view, as well as the parachute.
Whether he was attacked by a shark
or sank from exhaustion will never
bo known. It wns a sad death for
the young man, and much regret
was expressed at his untimely end.
In the meantime it was found that
there was not a small steamer m the
harbor with steam up. Capt. John
Uice soon got.tip steam on the tug
Kleu, and at two minutes before
tiree o'clock, or nearly half an hour
ufter Van Tassell hud touched the
water, she steamed out of the har
bor, haviMg on board amongst others
Frank Frost tho manager, Van Tas
sell who attends to the inflation, nnd
representatives of the Bulletin and
Advertiser, who all aB9isted in keep
ing a. sharp lookout. The tug was
soon near the spot where the aero
naut wai supposed to have dropped,
but there was not the least sign of
him. It seemed strange to those on
board that nothing was seen of the
parachute The yacht Hawaii with
Minister Thurston on board ns
spoken, but the answer was, "have
seen nothing of the man and para
chute" The yacht Kahihilani with
natives, and a cutter from II. 11. M.
S, Espieglc manned by bluejackets,
were also spoken, but they reported
the samo as Minister Thurston. Tho
tug cruised round in every direction
hut without success, The balooi
was found and after considerable
trouble taken on board. A four
oared crow ttom tho Myrtle Ho.il
- : HONOfcUJU, U. X., NOYEMBEtt 18, 1889,
Club nbo were well out fiom shore
icro spoken but n j satisfaction was
Obintneu. Alter a mug nnu iruiuess
reach tho lug Klen headed for home,
arriving at the Mail wharf a few
minutes after six o'clock, Where there
wns a largo crowd assembled to hear
the unsatisfactory news. The snd
event cast quite n gloom over tho
city and it wns about the only topic
of conversation heard (on Saturday
ovening and all tiny Sunday. Humors
of all kinds were atloat on the latter'
day, and that Van Tassell jhatl got
ashore at Moanntuo. All the minors
weie without tho slightest founda
tion. Fiom enquiries made it nppenrs
that the unfortunate young man
had some conversation with his man
ager, during the morning as to a
steam boat going out in case he wns
carried to sen. He did not think it.
necessary as he said lie pioposed to
land as near the palace ns he pos
sibly could. Just before ho went
up he wns urged to put on a life
buoy but as staled nbovc he refused
to do so. No orders whatever were
given for the tug Kleu or any other
vessel to be in readiness in case Van
Tassell drifted out to sea.
Joseph Lawrence is the proper
namo of the lost aeronaut and he
was Lorn about twenty-six yenrs
ago nt Salem, Ohio. He leaves a
mother, (hrcc sisters and two bro
thers. His mother is at present
residing in Kansas. He received a
letter from her on the Australia in
which she begged of him to give up
the ballooning business. On Satur
day an hour before he made his fatal
ascension, lie wrote to lior and told
her that ho was going to give it up,
and the ascension that day .would be
his last one, and further that lie
liked Honolulu and would try to get
some work here It seems he had
been in the hardware business in the
States. This letter to his mother
went forward on the Zealandia, and
the sad news of his deatli went by
the same steamer. Picture the mis
ery in that home, reader. Lawrence
wns a lull and fine looking young
man of a very quiet disposition and
made many friends.
From an English paper received
on the Australia it is learned that
an aeronaut, Charles Lcroux, lost
his life at Itevul, on the Baltic sea,
September 24th, in exactly the same
manner as Lawrence did. The gar
dens fiom which Leroux rose in his
balloon were situated near the sea,
and when he had reached a height
of .'1000 feet lie detached his para
chute and was .blown to sea by a
heavy gust of wind. He descended
a mile from shore and after strug
gling for a few moments in the water,
the aeronaut and parachute both dis
appeared beneath the waves. The
body was fished up in two fathoms
of water two days later, and the
parachute at a distance ol a few
S50 REWARD !
AREWAKD of $30 will lie paid for
the recovery of the body of Joseph
Van Tassoll, who was Inst from his
lmlloon beyond the rcpf on Saturday
laat. FJIANK FHOST,
Manager for Vim Tassell Broi.
NEW ZEALAND -MULLET.
DECEIVED ex'ealandin" New Zca.
i land Mullet (new catch).
.1. E. BKOWX & CO ,
28 Merchant street.
SEMI-AXNL'AL meeting of the
Botuvl of Trustees of llui Queen's
Hospital will be held on THUItSOAY,
tho ltith December, 1831), at tho rooms
of the Chamber of Commerce, nl 10
o'clock a. m. Amendment to tho Hy.
laws. Per order.
F. A. SCHAEFKK,
Honolulu, Nov. 11, 18S9. 102 til
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A T the iimmnl mcetintr
of the stock.
il holders of W liner's Stcamsldn
Co, (IA1), held ut ihcir ofllco in this
city, November 18th, the following
otlioors were elected to servo duriui: ihe
Win. C. Wilder....: President.
John F. Hackreid...Vice President.
Sam'I H. ftosc Secretary.
Snm'l II. Hobo Treasurer.
Win. F. Allen Auditor.
S. II. HOSE.
Honolulu, Nov. 18, 1889. 400 ill
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
ATtliomuuiiil meetlDK of Hie Union
Feed Co, held thin day, nt Ihe
Company' ofllco, tlio following olllcers
were elected to serve for the entulii,
President B. C. Macfarlanc.
Vice President W. F. Allen.
Treasurer F. W. Mnnfiirlauu.
Auditor E. O. Schuman.
Secretary B. K. Oraliiun.
Directms 0. W. Maofurlanc, A, J.
Curtwrieht, F. W. Macfnriiinc.
S. F. GRAHAM,
Honolulu, Nov. 15, I860, 401 1 w
Per" AiiEtrnlla" clioijo brands of
Cigars, : Cigarettes, : Tobaccos,
Ami HmoKer'H ArtlrlnM.
Also, a largo naso-tment of Gents',
Ladies' & Cliildicn'o
100 lw Fori tlrco'.
NOW FOR SALE AT
Theo. H. Davies & Co.'s
Suitable for presents;
Dro'slng Casri, silver mounted ,
Hand liugs & Valises,
China Oiunel .cel,
Chlni Ten Sets,
Fancy Mnjollca Whip,
Fancy Work Ilultet!,
Fancy Screens & l.nmp,
Etc, Etc., Etc.,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Etc., E c, Etc.. Ktc.
An Immense Variety.
TOYS, Toys, TOYS.
Tin Toys, Damn.
Xoll Sets, Ciu-i-M,
.Musical Toy, Etc., Etc.
A Ijire Assortment.
Christmas & New Year Cards,
Dinct from Hipliarl Tuck te
and S. HildcEheimer.
Theo. H. Davies & Co,
Notice i3 horeliy jiiven that the first
biennial election (under Chanter 4ft
Statute Laws of 1888) will lie held
On MONDAY, Dec. I 1889.
At the Bell Tower.
For the purpose of Electing a Chief
Engineer and two Assistnut 'EujjinierB
for the said Fire Department.
f Polls will he open at C i m. and
cloe at !) r. :i.
Secretary 11. F. I).
Bool (S Stationery Store.
S FEENS S
A limited number' of each of
Have : Just : Been : Received,
gjBF' Mnko your purehabi'ji eaih
if you desire to bend picbi'nts abroad
Thus. G. THRUM,
100 lw Piopriefor.
For the Island of Oahu.
rpilE Coiut3 of Tux Appenl, for the
JL Ifliiml of Oiihu, will hold Blttine
al thy) following times and places, if
there are any appeals to liu heard;
For tho Honolulu I) ulrict, in the
Court Room of the Police Justice of
Hoimhiln.ut 1 o'clock i m., nn.MON.
DAY, the IHih day of November, 1881.
Foi tlio Kwa and Walanac District,
ulllio Kwa Court Homo, nt 0 o'clock
A. u ,on WEDNESDAY, the Mill day
of November, ItiSt).
For the Waialua Dhliiel, at the Waiu.
bin Court IIoum), nl 8 oVloel; h. u.. on
THURSDAY, thu 'JUt day ol November,
Fer tiioKoolniiloa District, at Malum
Court Houh", at a o'clock a. m on FUI.
DAY, ihe wand duy of November, ISS'J,
For the Knohiupoko District, at thu
ICimeoho Court Hnnte, atOo'clrok a. m
on SATURDAY, Ihe Mrd duy of Nov
Police Justice of Honolulu, Oahu,
Dated Honolulu. Nov. 19, 1BEI. ,
New Free Tontine Policy
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF TIIK rxn'KD STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
fFiom the Ni:v Yomc
The Equitable Life Assurnnco .Society lias niloptcd a new form of
policy which, like a bank ilrnft, U a simple promHe to pay without condi
tions on the back.
Fiom tuoGiiic.iao Invkhtihatuh I
Always on the nlci I, ami ever anxious to give the public tho most
advantageous contract in life insurance, the Kqtiitabte Life Assurance So
ciety of New York has, in the past, inaile many advances on old methods
anil has been the means to liberalise life assurance in a greater degree
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising, there
fore, that this great company now comes before the people with a new
contract, the like of which has not before been known in life insurance.
From the Kt.xtucky Rkcistkii, Richmond, Ky., .Tuno'-'S, 1SSJ.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, in the past, done more to
create and maintain conlldence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently itb business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked conlldence
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
rFrom the Boston- Post.")
This company has done more than any other to simplify tho assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
From the P.vcirio UxiKitwi:m:K, San Francisco, July 1, 1830.J t
Tho Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation- for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders nnd for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims ngainst it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance its
reputation for enterprise and progressiveness in dealing with the subject,
of life assurance.
B& For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
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11 KG TO NOTIFY TIIK GENKUAL PUBLIC THAT IJY TIIK NEXT
STEAM EH " AUSTRALIA" DUE HERE FRIDAY,
TIIK lOni, THE
is60 : CASES : OF : GOODS !-
PERSONALLY SELECTED I1Y Mn. S. EHRLICH.
NEW NOVELTIES IN
DRY -:- GOODS,
Fancy Goods, Holiday Goods,
Toys of Every Description,
oots and Shoes, Etc., &fc
SJtr SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT
Blank .Spnntali Laco Flouncing, from $1 yaid upward.
Ilhick Chtintilly Lace Flouncing, from $2 yard tipwaid.
Ecm, Cream fe White Oriental Flouncing, from fiOcln yaul" upward.
Extra Heavy (new stylo) Oriental Flouncing, fiom $1.25 yard upward.
Nets in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream & Black.
nBhorlnient of nil bhades
Chain Kibbou. Velvet Ruga in nil sizeh jiiht iceeived.
Host variety in Cainhiie, Swiss it Nainsook Einbroideiies nt
DB. IF. EHULEORS Ac CO.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101) FOltT STHKKT. HONOLULU.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
i i n n i n l i i
uipii w tin mwwA
ill 4 iv i i ' n.i.i..ir.tn,i
Photographic Goods of All Kinds. '
ZZZB U H A C H
WARRANTED GENUINE & IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
- THE - PRESS
Timi:, June i!2, 1890.
tJeneral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
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of Caidimeie, Moiree, Satin
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