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FRIDAY, NOV. 22, 1P89.
Stiiir J A Cunniilin from ICoulmi
Stint Wiiiumimto fioin Walatmo
Selir Jliilubnw (tout Konlnit
Slim .la Makee from Kauai
Schr Walmalu from l'c.itl Ilutlior
Sc ir Luvitila for Kwa
St-nr W U Hull for Lahalna, Mntduea,
Kotia.lCa.t mill the Volcauo nt 1U
o'clock u in
Sttnr Pelc for Konu potts nt 11 a in
Stmr V H llishop fov Walnuao, Walahin
mill Koolau tit !l n in
H S Australia lor San Francisco at noon
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
HS Ynitiashlio Hunt nt noon, for Yo
kohama It 51 S ii Mariposa, Howard, for the
Bis W O Irwin for San Francisco
Sehr Lnka for Waimea
Tor Maui anil Hawaii per. stun- V 0
Hall, Nov 22. For the Volcano: K It
Dinioml and wife. For Luliaina, Kan
and ICotta: Major A llosa, Kd Smith,
MrFairon, Itev V II llaiuc?, Mrs 1
Knbalcwni and cliiltl, (' N tpeticer and
For San Fruiicineo pel H M 8
Austialin, Nov. 22d: Mrs. 1. Q.
Towkshury und child, Mies JI. J.
Lowdon, Miss Susie Young, If. Lo.so,
H. Solig, L K Iniloy, Mrs. F. M.
J latch, child and maid, Kcv M C
Hauls, Mis J I Dowbutt, Sr., Mis
Crobby, E R Miles, wife and 3 chil
dien and Horvnnl, Hon I' Neuinann,
C M .White. Stki:haok John M
Uright, J W Wuliinuaua, Unpt II
Gooding, II Watohiuaiin, G W Har
lison, W "Woisser, K Mayinud, Mrs
M. Toutusaiit nnil 2 children, O P
Paine, II v FMwards, Felix Ollcrt.A
Mann, 1) L Slattory, .1 Huir,
Mr ll.itchelor and son, C S Kdison,
und 5 others.
The Hawaiian steamship AiiFliallu,
Capt Ilondlette, sailed at 12:10 pmto
.ilay, for Ban Kiancloeo with the. follow
"ing cargo shipped by various tlrms: W
O Irwin & Co, -1,110 hags sugar, O
Afong, 2S0 bags giiar; Hjnian Itros,
1,00!) bags rice; M Phillips & Co, SlU
bags rice; G AV Mohcsney, 10) beus
bananas; Hawaiian UanaiiaCo,40t) bchs
bananas; F F Porter CSC bchs bananas;
C I. Hopkins 219 bchs bananas; Camp
bell. Jlaiieall & Co, 5,1118 bnchs ba
nanas. Sundries; 13 boxes betel leaves,
1.-150 hides ami Utii .skins. Domestic
The leaking bark Matilda i docked
at the Fort street what f to uulotd her
on the fourth
The Australia took away no
tlwn 7,311 bunches of bananas.
Tho French man-of-war Champlain
is about duu at ibis port from Tahiti.
The box plan for the Ray Bioa.'
performance Saturday evening, is
now open at Mi. L. J. Levey's office.
Thk YamasbiroMaru sails at noon
to-morrow for Yokohama. The mail
from the Post Office by this steamei
f ir Yokohama and Hongkong closes
at 11 a. m.
Messrs. John Bright and Wahine
aua left by the Australia in the in
terest of a native company, with -109
bunches of bananas for the San
Francisco inaiket. This markb a now
departure in native Hawaiian enter
prise. i 9
A CONVENTION of the clectorn Of
Kauai will be hold at Lihue, on Sa
turday, Dec. 1-i, to nominate candi
dateafor Nobles and llepiesentatives.
Tho call is signed by "V. II. Rice,
chairman of nominating convention
Yesterday l'ort Surveyor Tun-ill
made a beizure of a large number of
cases of gin on board the Yaniashito
Marti, hid in different parts of the
vessel. This morning he found
another lot. Theie docB not appear
to bejiny owner.
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The Japan Gazette reports that
the O. & O. steamer Oceanic was fit
ted in Hongkong with new bronze
blades, which will enable her to steam
14 knots an hour, and anticipates
that she will beat tho previous recowls
Mkssiib. W. (1. Irwin & Co, have
detained the brigantino W. O. Irwin
from sailing lo San Francisco until
Satin-day afternoon, awaiting the ar
rival of tho mail steamer Maiiposa
from that port. This will give an
opportunity to answer letters.
Rev. W. C. Morritt has resigned
tho Piincipalship of Oahu College, to
relinquish the post at the end of the
piesenl sohool year. Tho trustees
have passed a jesolution showing
their esteem for the retiring Princi
pal and Mrs. Merritt, which will ap
pear later in this paper.
- m .
The Yaniasliiro Mam had exceed
ingly rough weather on tho voyage
from Yokohama. One day wlion tliu
sen was breaking over the vessel a
, Japapesc Miilor and a Japanese wo
man, a Bteerago passenger, worn
washed overboaid. Another iiinn
was saved from going over by tho
Tin: Japan Daily Mail of October
31st has the following: The propietor
' of a vessel named tho Tonyu Marti
entertains the bol.l enterpiiso of 'p10'
ecodlng id the vicinity of tho Ha
waiian Islands, thero to engago in
fishing. He proposes to start about
the beginning of the next year and
to ho away about five pr six months.
tAnii AC. At., i lite,'!;;""
LUUHL & UttritL rifcW3.
Avium class ,1npnurc servant
A NoricRtothotnehibeisof F.ngino
Co. No. 2 appears elbcwhere.
-' ' ' - ' '
Tut: trains on tho Oahu railway
will i mi ax usual lo-moiiow.
FntMisiiKij or unfurnished -looms
nl No. !!" Kmiitii street, aio In lot.
. ..- -
Tut: It. M. H. Mariposa is due to
morrow finm San Fianei-eo en initio
to the Colonies'.
Mi:, l'aul It. leonberg will act for
Mr. E. 15. Miles dining the Inttei's
absence from the ouunliv.
LtEt'T. Uol. Gleig of tlio Biitish
Army arried on the Yamptdiiio
Mam, and will do the inlands.
Tiir.ni: will he Thanksgiving mm
vices at the Ccnti.il Union eluneh
nnil St. Andiow's Cathedral nel
Mr. 0. Holte will disclnugo the
ilutieH of Acting-Coiifiiil for Sweden
and Norway during the nbeenee. of
Mr. II. T.oho.
Tim .lapanet-o iiuinigiiiulM hy the
Yumashiro Main mo fioin the Hiro
shima, YamaKUchi and lviininmolo
TllKlti: will he un entertainment at
the Y. M. 0. A. hall this ovenliiK lo
which all mem hers and thiMi friends
Mn. Lulher Wilcox is ue.sidint in
the- Police Court duriiif,' the alu-ewe
of Police Justice Fonler on tax ap
The tegular meutinj; of the Me
chanics' Union will he held this eve
ning commencing at 7 o'clock. The
first biihiness to boconsideird will he
Tun baseball match in tho Junior
leaguo weiies lo-moriow altcrnoou, nt
Makiki, will ho between the I'una
hotis and Valley Hoys. Play com
mences at ;J:tiO o'clock,
Don't foiget the ecuitiun on the
Oahu railway and the steamer F.wa
lo-monow. The tinin leaven the
dopot at 1:15 p. m. Tickets for Ihe
round trip are only $2..r0.
Thk Pacific Mail Company's new
steamer China is to leave Yokohama
to-morrow for San Francisco. She
will probably touch at Honolulu to
be legistered under the Hawaiian
Customs olticcr John Good attested
V. Robert, ex-coxswain o( the Alert,
coming fioin the .Japanese steamer
yeilerday with a bottlts ol gin. He
was in retted and cb.uged with .smug
gling. l'lior. Sauvlet bus written a note
to Mr. S. Mncanley, testifying to the
satisfactory manner in which the lat
ter tuned the pianos used in the lato
conceit, and recommending the
tuner to the public.
The nttention of the manager of
tho Tramways Company is called to
tho condition of the rails along Foit
and Boretaniii a tree In. In some
places they are standing seeral
inches above tho load.
The regular monthly meeting of
tho Y. M. C. A. wah-held last evening.
The various committees presented
reports. The Treasurer repotted a
balance on hand of $395.87. Three
new members weio elected.
TilEiti: will be iii exhibition of
amateur photographic work. at tho
looms of the Hawaiian Caiiieta Club
this evening to which members only
arc invited. Tho exhibition will be
opon to the public to-mortow.
SUPREME GOURT-AT CHAMBERS.
Thuksimt, Nov. 21.
llf.FOUE ,IUI)I), C. J.
Peter Kahoohuli vs. John Ila
inauku, et al. Ejectment. Jury
waived Special Term February,
1883. Argued, plaintiff ordered to
amend complaint, defendants to an
swer and hearing continued inde
finitely. A. Rosa for plaintiff; V.
A. Kinney and W. (. Smith for de
fendants. FmiuY, Nov. 22(1.
UKKQItK ROLH, J.
In re cstate'of Charles J. Hardee.
Probate of will. Ordered that the
will be admitted to probate and J.
O. Carter appointed executor of the
will and guardian of the minor chil
dren of C. J. Hardee, deceased. F.
M. Hatch for petitioner.
In view of the regard and esteem
In which the lato Capt. Nicolls of
H. 1$. M. S. Cormorant was held in
this city, it hat been proposed, and
the proposal meets with general fa
vor, that a window should be erect
ed to his memory in the Cathedral
church in which' ho with his olllcers
and men constantly worshipped dur
ing the many months his ship wan
stationed in'tlio harbor of Honolulu.
All persons interested in giving
offcet to this propo'sa! are requested
to attend a meeting to bo held in
St. Andrew's Cathedral Sunday
school room on Saturday next the
2!Jd Inst., at ft p. in., at which the
Uisliop of Honolulu has consented
It Is also" proposed to erect a slmi
Jar memorial to Capt. C. M. Schoon-
maker and Paymaster h. II. Arms,
lato of U. S. S. Vandalla. The
subject will he brought up at the
same meeting. All who wish to
help In this memorial are requested
PflU'OE COURT PfiDCEEOlNttS.
V. Uohorl, clialfjeil with ;tnti
glinjr a bottle of gin, wai ri'inaiitlnl
to the 2!ld.
Ah Tnl, for having opium unlaw
fully in possession, was lined Still
with ii hours' imprisonment at
I .on I.eoujr, eliaipeil willi heinp a
common nuisance hv lenving refue
staiuHtij,', wit- lined SI0 with $;!.:.'()
THE "AUSTRALIA'S DEPARTURE.
The Oceanic Compnn's "tPiiin
ship Australia sailed a few minutes
after noon to-day for Son l'raneisco
with' n taigo of douu'slie ptoduee
and n number of pa""enpets. There
naa the usual crowd on the wharf
to witness her departure, and tho
Hawaiian band played uumeioiis .
lections. Most of the departing
passengers wore leis. Hon. Paul
Neumnnii was almost buried in flow
ers sent by his friends.
Mr. K. It. Miles, lato manager of
the Hawaiian Hotel htablca, left on
Ihe Australia to-day for San L'tan-
cisco. lestoKiay ino employees at
the Stables presented a silver cup to
Mr. Miles as a token of the respect
and esteem in which they held him.
This morning Mr. l'aul 11. Isenberi;
presented him with a handsome old
watch on which was the monogram
E. It. M. and the following iiisciip
tion, "Paul It Isenherp" to K. R.
Miles November 22d, 1S'J."
THE RAY BROTHERS.
Yesterday evening the Ra'ybrotfi
i:rs Kave their lit 'it performance at
the Hawaiian Opera House before a
good sized audience. The piece
nrcsentcil was "Out Guv'nois" in
which the brother personated a
number of characters makinir quick
chanties in costume. Keveial of Ihe
songs introduced were well lendeied
and had to be repeated. Music was
furnished by Mr. Berber ahd his
string band in a very acceptable
manner. Saturday evcninn, the
brothers make their second appear
ance, and on this occasion the reci
tations will be omitted and-therc will
bo an entire chaitge of songs, the
entertainment closing by ten o'clock.
The box plan for the sale of scats is
now open at the ofllco of L. J.
Levey, corner of Queen and Fort
A SONG OF LIFE.
There's an old maid.
That's most certain,"
Thought I as she
Drew her cm tain.
Moining dawned, and
Through inv glass I
Saw a sight I
Could not pass by.
Young and eli.uniing,
Diew her em tain,
My heart wanning.
"Do you lie there V
May I know you?"
How "she laughed, then :
"You old hcau, you,
'You have seen me
Every day, sir,
But have eated not
Aught to say, sir.
'You're, too old for
(Jills like me, laid;
Take a doo of
Attention, No. 2!
rpm: MLMK'tS AND VOLUK
JL tcers of atccliHulc Kngine C . No.
I'.ire h'.reliy imiiflcil to meet ut the Bell
Townr in Full . DrebS Uniform on
TUCK-DAY. the 28ih inst., nt 10 a in.
for the purpose of housing tho cnixine of
Chinuce K'iginn Co. No 5, at their now
engine house Per order.
E R. RYAX,
Honolulu, Nov 2M Kuremau.
Suitable for Holly Gifts
I have Just received front the iiiHimfao.
lurerH In Ireland a huge anil assorted
Blilpinent of Irleh Llueiis of all kinds.
Damask Table Cloths,
In new and beautiful pattern with
Napkins to match, from the cheapest
to the best qualities manufactured,
In all styles and prices guaranteed,
IRISH LACE HANDKERCHIEFS,
lu aI styles and qualltiet.
Of all makes and patterns, the llnest
selection ever Imported. Alw,
Doy ley's Toilet Covers, Towels, &c, &c'
Aire, n few very choice
CABINET; PHOTO : ALBUMS,
Manufactured by Marcus Ward &
MM If W. C. MI'ltOIlM.
-HJSnk -fciri .' t&
C tftADE J
HrVtJnt in.M ii .. ftCVltitti 'l IfMM.
ttioi i ,
Has i sinpi'iii'l rul a large niitnwnt
of (Iiki Is siiiliil'lc lor tin'
BJolitly -:- Tnidc
HAND PAINTED NOVELTIES,
Yes and UTo Dolls I
And Hull of vvciy othi riles
New Games," Poolballu,
And other klml" nl Tall .
Doll Cat rliKCi!, Rocking lb is's
JU., Kit'., r.te. Kte.
Toys for the Million
N'l'.W &IYI.V.H IN
1!IY anil E'ASV (;IHS.
NOW TOR SALE AT
Theo. H. Davies & Co.'s
Suitable I'-r piisea's;
Mre-hititf Cite.i. silver mounted :
Maud Bugs & Vallen',
( hina Dinner y-tJ,
T Iiiiiii 'le.i Set",
Phikv MujolhM Vt
Kanov Work Bu'kclH,
Kaney H.'iecns it l.ftiiipu,
Kte., Ktc., Kle.,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Kte., K'e., Ktr.. Kle.
An mimurft Vnr'u'U.
TOYS, Toys, TOYS.
Tin Toys, Drums,
Alusical Tojv, Kte, Kte.
A Ltuge Assortinent.
Christmas & New Year Cards,
Direct from itiplmel Tuisk (t Son,
and S. Illldeshelmrr.
Mil. 1IAKIIY J. AGXKW. on account
of leaving the Kingdom to locale
in Califotnia, offers for sale the Pro
perty owned by him. Said IVopcity
consists of his pieont residence ut
Kapiolanl Park known as '(Ireentleld,"
this Property must be examined to lie
appreciated. The llom-e Is neatly new
and well built ami of the best tuateilal.
The Stable are commodious, veiy handy
and ample room for the storage of car
riages, feed, etc., in addition to that it
has been the homo of such horses ar.
"Anglo A.," "Johnnv Ooldbinlih,"
"Queen Kaiilolani," 'Mink," and
edicts that wilt long be remembered by
the public of Honolulu. Also, the
Household Furniture in taiil house.
The Land has a li outage on the main
avemiK of the Park of WO fiet and a
depth of 200 feet. Also.
About 10 Acres of Land, foimeilya
milt, of the I.iui.illlo Kstate, and lying
between tins piopeity of W. II. Halley
and Jas. CVnipbell-, htq. Al-o,
A Ueauilful llulldhig Lot of about '.
Aetes joining the line residence of (.'cell
llrown, Ks(. Abo,
0 Lots In Kapiohiiit Paik.
All that Piece of Land with Improve
ments, coiner i'enai'ula and Kimiii
sttects, now oeeupled by Chas. A.
llyiwn, lCsi. Also,
Sbaies lit Wahnaualo Sugar Co..
Mutual Telephone Co. ttiikj Kapiolanl
1 Fine Top Buggy, 1 Head Cart, I
Phaeton, I Sulky, OouhUt and Single
Haiuc.sh, Boots, llltis, lltid'es, Saddles,
ami a complete outtlt for bie.tklng utul
- For patllculars and pilees apply
Or, Tun. Oi-kkkuki,!'. wn Umeod
A SKMI-ANNl'AL iiu'i'lini! of ilin
A Uoirdot 'IrnsKis ol the Queen'h
lloHpllul will hdlu-ld on TllllliSDAY,
the 13th DuiH'inlicr, ls!', at the rooms
of the Chaiuhiir of Coimnuree al 1(1
o'clock a. M. Amendment to Ihe fly
F. A. SCJIAKFKK,
llouidulit, Nov. 11, ISSy. 102 id
BY u (lei i
inian illrl a ttltuutlou to Ki
ceneral iioinnwork, 1' rnnocuiior
Mildred l.rl Fort Hired. 107 !U
DbIiii iiailiit! k LdihI Oo.
TIM JO TAHf.I::
TrHlnswill lenve Honolulu nvet die
Oahu Rallrosil & I .unit Co as follows'
tuau a', m.
7:U(I A. M.
1(1 :o0 A. M.
!!:U0 r. m.
Ho for llalawa & The Lakes of
PJiiUili llAUBOlt !
Grand : Excursion
Oq SATURDAY, the 23d inst.
Tickets lor the Round Trip liVnl cd to ISO:
Children under 12 years : Half Fare
On Httnrdiy the O It A I, Co pioioc
t.i);ive:ui i-i'uiStoit hi" lunl 'mil s
Ttalns will li-iivc tic Si'iil'iii nt 1:1.1
iVNii'k iniimvilnp it HhIswi siihiln
Slnilix r "Bwii," rcttiiiiiiu; to mlivetn
llotiolelu at fct'i ! v.
he in id'1
Election : of vSdpbmr
fob i goo-o i .
Notice i" lieii'liv iii veil llmi I In- II st
liitiinitl (luc.lloii (under (uaplir '
rtlatiilc Law-, or UW) will lie held
Oq MONDAY, Dec, 2, 1889.
At Ilio Ilfll 'B'lnvor.
For ihe purpose of K'eeting a f'hief
Kngineer and two AAs!tnul KtiKiniery
for the s.dd File Depirtiiienl.
$xf Polls will be open at C i .i. and
close al !) r. m.
403 td Secretary H. F. D.
. Per " Australia" choice binnds of
Cigars, : Cigarettes, ; Tobaccos,
liid Smoker'M AiUcIcn.
Al o, a hirer asoortnietit of tlunls',
Ladies' &. I'liil'lrcn's
For the Island cf Oahu.
MIB Conil el Tn Aiin.'sl for the
ut the follow mt; tiiitis and place, it
there are any appoal.s lo be heard :
For the Honolulu Hytrin, in the
Court Boom ol the Police Justice of
I Honolulu, at 1 o'clock i. v., on MON.
uai , uie join oay o nnvciiiuer, inai.
For ihe Ewa and Waiaune Disiticl,
ut the Kwh Court lton-, "t !) o'clock
a. m . on WKDNKSDAY, ihe t!0ih day
r of November, lS8i.
For tho Walnltia Dirtrii;!. ut ihe WhIb.
Ilia Court House, at H o'clock a. m. on
THIHtSIJAY, the iilsl duv ol Novemlwr,
Fi r the ICoobiuloa DhIiIkI, nt Mukno
Court llous,-, at 8 o'clock a. m., on FBI.
DAY, ihe VJad day of Novimber, ln;'..
For Ihe Koolmioko l)ilriet, tit the
Kanenhc Courl llumi', al U o'eh etc a. m
on SATUBDAY, ihi a ltd dav of Nov.
em her, IS"H.
Police. I utlite ol Honolulu, Dulin.
Dttcd Honohllii. Nov. I!!, lm-!l.
TVJorirK ihlu'it-hy tien lli-il I Imve
Xi tills iiny noiit my iiueiitAi in tin:
l.con Hop Co, doing " dry pt d butil.
r.et-H, (ill N inmiiii tttreei, tr (.'hiiig Fun,
who i-olleets all urcoiuilH und puyhnll
hills agaln!t inlil bioic.
( 1IANC CHIN.
Honolulu, Nov IK, W.l. -Put It
EliECTIOX of OFriCiSHH.
Ilin iiniuial iiiijrllug of the Union
Fri-U i'ii, bmiXiliitt d'V at the
Coiupany'a olllce, )rivn(i1liiiiig oilleei
weio ( leetKi m surveyor tne eiiMiing
year: ' '
Piiiiddtiit "l C. .Maefarlaiie.
Vice PtesKle.il..'.. .",,. V. F. Allrtt.
Trcnuret. ...... Fi U. Maolailitne.
Auditor y..,.. (I. Solium Hi,
SiMiu-luiv .-.H. r", Oialiaiu.
Direr.loif '). W. MHOlnrbtne, A.J.
Caitwtluhl, F. W. Maefarbin'.
Ili.iiolul'1, Novrlff. LW. -IW l
OPINIONS - OF
Free Tontine Policy
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF Till-: TNITKH STATICS
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
tiom Hi'.' Ni.W YoiiK
The Kfiuitnblo Life AssumiKe Society ha I udotttod a new fovm.Ott
polley which, like a hank draft, is a simple promise, to pay
linns on the hai-k.
tt'roni thijCliicino IsvrsTittAToit
Alwayd'on the alert, and ever anxious to give the public tho most
advantageous contract in life iiHitrance, the Kqiiitablc Life Aiiuranee So
ciety of New York has, in the past, made many advances on old methods
and litis been" the means to liberah.e lilo assurance in a greater degree
perhups, than any other organlxilioii. It is not til nil surprising, there
fore, that this great company now uom'es before the people with a new
contract, the like of which ItKs not before been known in life insurance.
fioin the KKsrt'f'KV Itriiisri'.it, Ulehinoiu). Ky., June 'J4, tSS.1.
The liqulUible. Life Assurance Society has, in the pist, doin more lo
create and iniintaiit coitlldenee in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is turner than that of any of its competitors.
Fiiitliennoie. it has now lakon a step which practically sweeps eveiy ob
jection of the character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will lie that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked coulldenco
in life assurance, will examine the new policy offe-fed hy the T.qnitahlc,
and assure their Ijvcs forthwith.
Trom the. Kusion Post-.
This company lias doue more than any other to simplify the assurance
t-onltacl, and ti iit'iinUiin public confidence in life as-juranee. "' -s-
4 Prom ihe Picinr lTMii:i:witiri:u,
The Krpiilablo Ins already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of alt
legitimate claims agniu-.t it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance lla
reputation for enterprise and progressiveness in dealing with the. suhjppr,
of lite assurance.
fa? For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
1 P.F.fi TO NOTIFY
ffi&-60 : CASES : OF : GOODS !-
IMHtSONALLY SKLKCTEI) p.y Mk. s. kuklicii. -
XKW NUVK1.TIKS IN
DRY -:- GOODS,
Fancy Goods, Holiday Goods,
Toys of Every Description,
Boots and Shoes, Etc., &tc
gj0T SPECIAL ADVBRTIHKMLNT
B.icl: Spauinh Lace Fliiuucing, from .il yard upward.
Hlack Chantilly Lice Klonneinif, fnmi ifi yard upward,
Kent, Cieani it While Otienlal Flouiieing, from Mlelh yard upward.
Kxtta Heavy (now style) Oiientnl Flouncing, from if 1.25 yaid iipwHtd.
Dress IMets in
assortment of till
Ue-t vaiiety in Cumin ic
HOLLISTER & CO.,
K1U FOIIT HTltKI-Tr. llOXOMII.H.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
A FULL ASSOllTMHNT OF
dilate & Co.'s Celebrated Pcrfumus i Toilet Soa
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
ZZZB U H A C H
WAKRANTKD fSKNUIXK & IX QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
Fine Chemicals, Patent Medicines.
Cigars, Cigarettes & Tobaocos.
- THE - PRESS
'llMI. - , I tl in-W, l-S'.
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San Fraui-i-co, Jul 1, issl)
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
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I'MK (IKNIilSAL PUBLIC THAT BY TIIK XF.XT
" AUSTRALIA" DUK HK1IK FRIDAY,
Till: lliTJi, THK
WILL A1TKAK ST. XT VVBBK
Corner HoLol & Fort HtreoiK.
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hbades of Casliiuerc, Moireo, Satin
Velvet Rugh in all nien jtirt received.
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