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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, II. ., FEBRUARY 13, 181)0.
a xx jr.:
PhitftA to ntilhtr Sect not lirty,
Hut tstabliihtil for the benefit of all.
THURSDAY, l-'Ell. Ill, 181)0.
A lflciam troni (Juncvn, .Tan. 21.
,ay a Swiss paper publislies u pri
vate cable reporting a revolution in
Costa llica Thursday night, the 10th
hist. The Government wa9 over
turned anil the revolutionists reign
supreme. There were horrible
scenes of bloodshed.
Atortincau, the seceding lloulnn
gist, attended a Houlangist meeting,
when lie was kicked and cuifed and
compelled to agree to resign hiseat
in the Chamber of Deputies.
The President of the French Com
mission at Panama thinks it is feasible
to continue the canal. He denies
that either De Lessens or the Man
aging Council of the old company
has anything to do with the attempts
to resume work.
The total number of presbyteries
in the United States is 21 1. Of these
35 have voted in faor of revising
the Westminster Confession and 12
have voted against.
The wholesale infraction of the
provisions of the Act of Parliament
restricting the immigration of Chi
nese is the cause of much dissatis
faction in Htitish Columbia, and
tJonlon, member from Nanaimo,
says that unless the law was made
more effective lie would intioduce a
new measure of a more uompreheu
The steamer Krin of the National
line sailed from New York Dec. 28
lor London, and not having hceu
beaul of since is feared to be lost.
Some shipping men hope she is only
disabled and may hae reached the
A.ores under sail. The Krin was
commanded by Capt. Tyson, she
carried no passengers., but bad a
crew of fifty-live men, and about
lifteen cattle-men who had charge of
nearly 400 cattle.
Secretary Tracy appeared before
Senate Committee on Naval Affairs
and recommended legislation in the
line of the recommendation:: in bis
annual report for eight line-of-battle
-hips, to cost f."i,00O,l)0O each.
. v. in roisTiorh-i..
A Portuguese meeting at IJio du
Janeiro resolved to suspend business
with the English people nml to send
u telegiam to Lisbon stating that
the. members of the colony there are
prepaied to make any -.itciifice for
their native country. The Ameri
can commcicial houses and commer
cial traveler, at LUbon arc reaping
aim vest from the iinbioglio between
Portugal and Great Uritain, which
is displeasing to the Bntwh mer
chant". The Americaus aie selling
moie gooiK than were eer sold be
fore in the country.
A St. Louis despatch of ,lan. L'2
says: Letters received by W. L.
Kagleson, business manager of the
Oklahoma Inimiynition Society in
Kansas, from points in North Caro
lina say that a large number of
negroes of that State aie going
through in wagon- this winter t
l he new territory. Mr. Eagleson
uys that there aie now about 22,000
negroes in Oklahoma and that by
spring there will be at least i0,000.
lie claims thej' ought to have that
country, and says President Lincoln
and the Republican party piomised
to give it to them, lie add.-.: "AVe
are determined to lake it anyhow,
and we will make it one of the
grandest Stales in the 1'nion. I
favor Colonel Morgan's scheme to
purchase the Cheiokee Strip and tiio
other lands in the Indian Territory
exclusively for negio settlement,
l.ivc us the IJlnir bill, Indian Terri
tory anil Senator Butlei's S,"),000,
000, and we shall be content.
Oklahoma, in my judgment, is the
land of promise for the laee, and
migration the panacea for every ill
now affecting negroes of the
lAll.OUs WAS'I I'lKHlXIHiN.
At the annual convention of the
Merchant Tailors' National Associa
tion in Chicago, President Turner
deprecated the practice of English
agents soliciting trade in the States
by promising goods at .'0 per cent
below trade prices. He also advo
cated the adoption of a style ot gar
ment based upon tastes thoioughly
American and breaking away from
English styles and ideas. The Exe
cutive Committee recommended the
establishment of a bureau" of in
formation which should publish a
monthly rating book, to be a com
plete directory of all the dead beats
in the big cities.
A HUMAN'i: SKIfl'KII.
The Hritish baik Allonby, Captain
I'etucry, arrived in Sau Francisco
ifcently, seventy-seven days from
Newcastle, N. S. V. On November
2d last, when the vessel was 100
miles fiom Newcastle. Thomas
rJrocklebank, an apprentice-boy, lell
trom the mainmast and broke' both
his legs. Captain Rollicry seeing
the boy could not receive proper
treatment, cry humanely put back
to Newcastle, so that the lad might
get the treatment that he should
have. Arriving at Newcastle, the
Captain hud the hoy conveyed to
the hospital nml left him theiu, when
he bailed for San FranciMco on Nov.
ai.Aurost: os aiwamums.
Mr. Gladstone speaking nt Ches
ter declined to criticise the comae of
Salisbury in the dispute with Por
tugal until he is fully informed of
the dotnlh of the case, lie con
sidered it a duty to avoid caviling
at the foiclgn policy of the Govern
ment, llefcriing' to the United
Smtes and its plans for nu enlarged
navy, ho said that country was still
enjoying the blessings and comfoits
of a icstrieled trade, theieforc it
would expend I0 or 'HO per cent
more to build a nuvy than it would
if contented to compete on equal
terms with other nations. Hut its
resources arc so great it can afford
to pay for the luxury of Protection.
The worst was that while America
would cite England's example as the
reason for enlarging her navy, Eng
land would give a similar excuse for
further naval increase. It is a mat
ter of deep soi row to reflect that
ostentatious additions to the defense
of a country, made under real or
pretended necessity, is made an
apology for the increase of burdens
in every other country, under the
profession of additional security to
the policy of a government. This
tended more to endanger the peace
of the world.
ai iiksui.t or M'oi.vn iuthioxkky.
A Philadelphia despatch of .Tan.
2.'1 sajs: "When the song "Down
Went McGinty" first made its ap
pearance several weeks ago, Mr.
Hridgel Donohue, the wife of a well-to-do
store-keeper, who is something
of a musician, was amused at the
words and constantly hummed them,
lly-and-by she fell" into the crazy
habit of playing pi auks on the chil
dren and on the neighbois, until
they became stale and no further at
tention was paid to her. Saturday
she showed evidence that she was
out of her mind. Suddenly the
members of the family heard her
shouting from tlie bath-ioom : "Down
went McGinty." They ran upstairs
and found Mis. Donohuo unrobed
and as they approached her she ex
claimed: "I am McGinty I and here
1 go to the bottom of the sea."
With I lint, she jumped into the bath
tub, head lirst. severely bruising her
face. She was seemed with .some
dilllcully and a physician was quickly
summoned. lie pronounced her
hopelessly bereft of her le.T-on and
she was taken to the Philadelphia
i:it roMri.iiiiON rj:oMisi:ii.
A New York despatch say it itt
now established as a positive fact
that the Union Pacific liailroad will
parallel the Central Pacilic. The
information comes direct from Chas.
Fiancis Adams, the Fiesident of the
Union Pacific, and there is no doubt
inthewotld of its authenticity, as
will be shown by the oillcial an
nouncement, very shortly. It is in
the plans adopted to build to the
Atlantic and Pacilic liailroad, and
combine with that corporation in a
through road to the Pacific Coast.
When this i accomplished, there
will begin one of the greatest uUe
wais ever yet lecordcd.' It is the
determination of the Union Pacific
to cut rales to all points all around
the Central Pacilic.
ivu is mi. AKOi.xrixi. iir.rnu.ii .
Theie is a report of a great finan
cial smash in the Argentine Repub
lic. The film of Peretlo, Palpog
lioni Co., a jobbing house in haul
waioand piovisions, with a large
warehouse and shipping interest,
has failed for G, 000,000. Other
failuics will foot up an additional
84,000,000 a total of $10,000,000.
Cold a) the liiiu: of the fniltnc was
2"i2, anil is now quoted at 210. The
falling off since the failure is signi
ficant. ZWIEBACK or German Toisl, veiy
5,'iitM lor tvH)epticsuml well pmplr,
on Fnlu ui Uie "Klite Ico Cream l'uilors."
APOVl'AL .savins Hank Pas nook.
Kinder will please leave the saint
:il Or. Wood' ollUe. or Post Olllci.
ON premises litnneh
Hotel, AVaikikl, 2
l'ijjs, which owner can
hau by proving pn.
perty anil paying expenses. -I17 :it
NOTICE of ASSIGNMENT.
LP.ONO HOP, of Honolulu, htivine.
this day mildo an assignment ol
all his property to the I'wlcislgned for
the benelll of his omlltorB. All putties
having claims ag-iiust the s.iitl l.enug
Hop aie hereby rocjuoutetl to present
their claims to the uuilerrdgnid within
UOilnys or tlicy will he hatred) and all
parties owing Bald I.eong Hop must .
pav their bill bninedialrlv to
'l.. IIOFFSCI1LAKGE1J fc CO.,
Assignee's of Leon-' Hon.
Honolulu Keh 12, 1H)0 417 ?,t
, St. Andrew's Cnthednil.
AMi:i:'iU.0 will he hel.l. Ill the
.SYlioobooin on TIIPHSDAY
i:vi:xino, the i:ith iut., at 7::U)
o'clock, for the piupo-c of electing
UhuiehwanleiiH for the piemil ,ear.
A full attendance of Jhe mcmhci.s of the
Congregation Is leqiutcd. I'll lit
Oahu Railway & Land Co.
rpilK nVat annual meeting of the stock.
A. holdeis of I lie Onlih Hallway A
bund Co, will he held at the ofllec of
the- Company on WEDNESDAY, Keh.
2(1, tbllll, nt !l o'clock I'. M , foi the elee.
Hon of olllreia unit transaction of any
other bniioilmit business.
Secretary O. It & L. Co,
Iloaolulu, Feb. 6, lSOO, 173 til
Auction Sales by Janes P. Morgan.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF
On MONDAY, IV.b. mil,
AT 10 O'CLOCK .A. .11..
Atthonstdcnreof M. N. KKNNJSUY.
corner of Iterctunln and Kort streets, I
will Hell ni I'ublle Am lion (on account
The Entire Nouseh'ld Furniture,
Parlor Furniture !
i:isv OhitM, '
I'.lc., r.lc, Klc, Klc.
,!AS. F. MOKttAN,
477 Jit Auotlouccr.
llv older of A .1. CAltrWUinilT.
Trustee ol the IMale of Joilla K. IMIkoi,
1 will sell at Public Auction ut my
Saleii ooiu, Queen stieet,
On MONDAY, Miiroli .".rd,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX.
0 Tlouilialilo U nniil nn on T nto
Silti ited on Koil Hireel, oppiHite the
LOT NO. 1 Um M leil ftnntae;e on
J'oil Mlreut nml is 7;l feet deep, eon
t lining nn iirei of f,Wf!l Hiinr.'
LOT NO. 3 HiiHtiS ff I f i outage on
Ton hittet iiml Ii- t.M i fill toel tleip,
eoiitnining mi fiu.n of 4,601) Mpnio
Theri- in u 10 fool Iniie'liulween Itie -nl,
thin giiiiK dnulilc finning1 to the
Th(.e me the liifni ile-ilrnhle huilding
Mies ofloMiMor Mile In theelly.
A tdiiii of Hip Lot"? ran he sic n r.l my
feST t-'nle suhiect to eonibni'itioii liy
.IAS. 1 MOKOAN,
(71 eod Auetioneer.
J ELECTION HftW nt Klshel's Hill.
U Ueitvvr Hnl, (liey Plug llntB,
Slet'on Hat-, iu aiey, bhtek itnd blown.
MI!. ALLEN HliTCHIXSON will
ileliver the tlrM of n eoinye ol
lectures nml (Irnionstifttioim on "'fieulii.
line." nt the Y. M. 0. A. Hull, on PKI.
OAY, Keh 21.it at 7::J0 oVIoelc I. M.
.As a dcmnnftratlon Mr. Hutobincon will
motltla porirnit host on the stage ot
funic individual yclePlcd from the nud I.
encc. Admission ?!. Tiekete may lie
had :U Kin Htot' Art Store, Hotel
street 47f! til
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT si meeting of the Imaul of Dliee
toisof the Kiipiohinl l'.nk A-so-ebtloii,
held rebiunry 10, lSOo, the fol
lowing gentlemen w"eie le-oleeted to
?eivi' :i. iillleeis dining the ensuing
Hon. A. S. Clpjjhoin lVesideiit,
Hon. 'V. (J. Iiwln Treasuier,
W. f. r.liiytd Seeietiuv.
W. M. OIFFAHU,
17(1 Seereiiin .
BY a Germftn Olrl to do light hoiiho
wot k or plain eooklnfr. Apply at
thW oillee. 4711 3l
AH a Cook on shore or at fft. liefu.
eiieeBxlven if icipilreil Addrew
"M," this ofllee. 470 lw
ACOTTAOK on 1'uikIi.
howl Htreel, neiir Pit
Uce walk. Apply on the pie.
rPO rent or lease a BniMI
1. Cottage, fuiuHhid or
iinfiirnlHhfil, in a uond lorn.
litv. Addled "M," this olllee.
,' 47.1 lw
i SMALL Furnished Cot
IX. ttjiv of uhniit !J or J!
rooms with . kliclu'ii, ele.,
within 10 or 15 tuluiiteB' alk fiom
Pint Oftlre. Addieoa "A," thl office.
broken to earriajrn or
Found; a Imn'iihi
For iinilictilftiH imulrr of
47fill Oa fr. CLUNKY.
AHhOI.UTEJ.Y the hen hoiso pat.
lure. A huge immhcr titlicu at
3 per held n mouth.
chas. v. nooTir,
4'ifl It Fituoa.
California : Lands
1018 WAXIO !
'PHI! undersigned wlhe,t to luforin
J. the piiblle that he. bus opened u
lliuneh Cnllfornln Land Olllee, at Xo.
I'J MerelmntMieet, Honolulu.
To persons wishing to Invest In
Choleo Timber, ARileulluie. Fruit or
Or.whifr Lands in the flno Mtnle of Citll
foinln, or In Desiiahlf! nulldliij; Lots In
tlm beautiful City nml Kuhiiibs of Oak
land, with lis unrlv.ilPil elbnate and
opiiotlunllics. I urn iiepared to otfer
eeiy Indiieeuient in the way of bir
g.iin. The Lands whieh 1 here otfer have all
boeu most carefully lu-iceteil bv u
thoroughly reliable urveyor, employed.
r-peclaliy ror tuat piirnoe. ami l am
therefoie enabled to give satlfaetoi v
fjuaranten that every piece offered will
stilctly eoiiespond with the ile-erlpllon
hen by me.
1 he Titles in tliew Lands nie perfect,
bebu! in the main state school lauds.
The pi r lulls pcional Inspection
thereof at great expense, otfcis abso
lute scent lty to purchaspis and Is an
Inibiceinent offered by no other dealer
In state school lauds in California.
The.pi Ice ranges fiom 83.no peraeie
upward aceoiillnjx to iiiallty and loca
tion, and there Is no doubt, by taking
into account the rapid niowlh and jiro
resslon of that State, that these hinds
ottered at these low ilfjtircs must within
a few years command n much higher
in lea and so wdire to every Investor a
proilt not easily emialnl in any other
linn of speculation.
This oppoitunity will he open fo a
limited time only, and 1 theiefnro ex
tend an Invitation to all wliowiMito
spciiio Rood and cheap homes in that
maRiiltkent State and Country, and also
to those who desire to iuet a little
money to so great advantage and piollt,
to ca'll upon me toon and obtain full
Informal Ion will he eheei fully given.
K&- Olllee tooin with .1. A. Mngoon,
alloinev, Xo. I'.' Merch'int stieet.
IWlf " A. MOKOPP.
FOU SAN FltANl'lRCO,
'I he Al Steamship
Will have Honolulu for the above
Friday, Feb. 14,'90
For Freight or l'aiege, apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agcnla.
. 475 1
IX IMX'IS nod QFAKTs
-rnn -k.v. n
W. C. PEACOCK & CO.
47 I lit
COMMERCIAL SALESROOMS !
'er. tui'cmt .uiiiiiiii him.
IV Oooda of all dcspiiptions sold oj
rpill2 underaignwl has old his in
X teiest in tlie firm of Hop Ylck
Co., doing a tliy jjiods liufllucvs at Xo.
82 Nuiianu street, to Leone Hop. All
bills ueiili'Wt said llrrn will he paid by
Leong Hop. TO.M FAT.
Honolulu, Feb. 11, 1M10. 475 lw
rpiIK underBlgned, having itincd
X the mnnngement of tho WeMlorn
tS: Hawullun Investment Co, (Limited),
on account of ill health, the Dbcntoiti
of tho Company in Dundee have h
pointed Mr. .Joseph JJ. . Atherlon ur
Manager iu Houolulii, rb of UlBt Decein
her hint W. L. fJKREX.
Honolulu, .Ian, m, 1810. 4117 1 w
A SITUATION br Sugar Cletk or
Night Watchman at a mill, or a
-place as Lunn on a good plantation.
Has epeiiencu and can furnish good
reference. Call or address. "M. K. I'.,'
Hui.t,vriN Ofll.ce. 4R7 tf
COPIES ol the Daily IH'lliitin, of
the dates specified below, M cents
a copy will be paid fpr the sjime on
dellveiy at this olllee:
.Inn !). 188!),lcopvApr 8, lfiWi, 1 eopv
i. 2. ii ;t .t i. io, .. i . '
Feb I, " .'1 " Augl!H, J "
FI11EWOOD FOU SALE.
"U5T and SPLIT to older.
.1 .SF.COND.IIAM) Double Lllect.
7V Apply to
47.1 lw If. HACKTEI.D A, CO.
JVWHr.WOOD for sain at Hawaiian
. Couiinerclal Balesroomc, coinei of
Queen and Nuuaim Ptrcets. 4(8 If
ONK Hcheiblera Polailecopo with
cnmplelu tel ot upniratus
weights, lamps, etc.
4!)fi T. II. DAVIKS ii CO.i
THE MUTUAL LIFE I
It ii'iuinK a new form of instnsuiec which provides, in Hie event of death, for
At ii'hiiii u nt:.v iuiiii ti infill ttiiL't; ttiiiuit iiiuitit;, ill nit: uvcill Ol I
dltion to the amount of the polie.y, or, should tho insured survive
.miivmi iii im, iiwiiii.ui uiv iuiiii vi, siiuiuu t uu I lis u I ii I -, ii I v 1 1 u II .; I Y C 1 1 11 11 II 1 1 1 f 1' (II V C.U S , I O V- Oil 1 1 IU I iy tlll
letiini nil the premium paid with interest ; or, Instead of nceeptinp; the policy unci proflfn in cash the leual 'holder
may, WITHOUT JIEUICAI.KXAMINATION and WITHOUT lqjJtTIIHK 1'AYMKNTOK FKH.M1U.MS, take iu
lieu thereof the amount of policy nnd prollts in h'l'LI.Y PAID UP insurance, paitielpaiin; anniinlly in diidends.
Krmember, this contract is issued
gent Financial liiHtttution in the World,
toy For full part if'ti ln,rs rail on or
TAHITI LEMONADE WORKS COMPANY,
13. 'J BA.II-OEY. Managor.
TAHITI : LEMONADE,
LEMON, : CREAM rand-: PLAIN : SODA,
Solo Proprietors of BAILEY'S SARSAPAMLLA & IRON WATER,
lapr Ale, Hop Ale, Grenaaine, Baspberryaae, Sarsajarilla, Mineral Waters, Etc.
u&r All couunmilcfytioiiH
Gale (Sly Stone Her !
The-o 1-iller nte easily eleiin.'eil,
noil NKVr.R boeoine CltAOKKD or
CltA.Kt) by lIiiiiikc of tviiipeiiitiln of
TbeVlltei liiK Medium ls a NATURAL
STON1J, mined front Ibeenitb. It
unlike any other stone.
It Doph Not AbMOi'h and
JU'como Foul !
I.MI'l'lUTIF.S never PKXLTKATK
II, but He on the suifitce, sunt biternnlly
tin stone leinnlns ns pure ami while
utter years of me :h when taken fiom
'IheOate City Stone Killer Is a ner
feet sueeeif.. It Is the only leal filter I
hne eer sren. I wonlil not be without
one for siny coiishleiiitlon. It eonveits
onr lake water Into the best drinking
wntei In (lie woild.
lll.NIU M. I.VMAN, M. I).,
r.:i:i -kt Atlains Ht , f'hleao.
UT For .Sa'e by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Opj o.i'o Ppirekrls .t Co.'.s I'n'ik.
40J tl Fort stieet, Honolulu.
A N iiitlxe Aiiiericuii, Kiiallslnnnii m
' (ieininn, of good lmliiln und ehnr
aeter, who also tpcakii Hiiwalinu, nnd
ran iiiinbh llrNt.eliisii rctuienrri, may
obtain a permanent situation ns Col.
leeior, by addressing 1. (). box No.
HOUSE to RENT.
A LA ltd B 2 ftory lloiiBe,
first flues In eve'V refl
p?t, with nil nenesB.iry out.
ImlldlnK-i, tine l.iwn, hlnido ttee, (lower
bed, ele , very desirably loejled within
tO minutes' wiill, of the Tout OlUee, will
be leased for one or morn years, ut it
reasonable rental to a selcjt privntu
family. Applv at I
HAWAIIAN IIUSIN'KSS AOKNCY.
ELECTION of OFFICERS,
AT ihe anniutl meetinR of ihiJcriniui
Heuevolenl Srtelety hi Id on .lanuiiry
aw, 18!K). the following olllctis were i is.
elcf.ictl for one year:
I'iesldenl...lIoii. II. A. Wltlciwini',
N'lee.Piesident I. I'. Iliokfelc.
feeiel.iry i. P. Eekardl,
'lieusiirci K. Klainr,
Autiitor , H. .1. Nolle,
Truntce J. F. I lack f eld.
J. F. KCKARDT,
AM .11 tieeretarv.
NOTICE to HHIl'PRHS.
y01t the more satisfactory aceomine.
JC dailon of our patrom we beg to
suggest to them that In eases where
druys arc required for shipping goods
to out-going steamers and eonMcrH, or
In at y onsc where required, at I o'e.loek
sharp nt the day, they will tlnd that by
rimming up Mutunl Telephoi.e No. 20:,
between '2:ti and 12:4.1 in the noon
hour that Mr. llcwett will be there in
person to receive nil orders, and our
friends will thereby gienlly facilitato
business to the better satisfaction ol all
IIUnTAOK & ROUKRTSON.
Machine Mud loi !
J3AUTIKS wishing lo get Machine
Madu I'ol can do so by leaving
Iheb conlnlniTH plainly inarkeil at
Heniy Davis's (Irocery Sioto, on FArt
bliett. I'ol will be ilellvcrtd on Turx
dH.ys and Kridiiyc. Containers must bo
Intt not later thin Ihe dav helore.
ItlOlm KAI.im I'OI FAOTORV.
fjsrinaa SausaRO Mavkot
"I UST openetl In "Armstiong's Rlock,"
1 neat King .Street llrldge. For sale
Iresh dally llead Cheese, Kiankfuiler,
Hologna, Frying, Liver, Hmoked and
4fi0 If Proprietor.
Entoi'priRo Carrlaji'o Co.'y
QTAND: No. u, corner. Nimnnu and
O King streets. HellTclephone llfl,
Mutual Telephono 030. OlUee Hours:
Fiom 7 A. m. to II i. m. Al orders
piomplly attendfd to
107 lw Manager.
OIJ1 3V133W Tiroi:,i
by the oldest Life JiiHiir.inee Company
lu assets exceediutf One Huudiert anil
nntl orderH Bliould bo mhlrcNsed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
CORNER HOTEL &
Great Reduction Sale !
AFTKll TAK'INCi RTOClv I HAVK RKDlTf'Kl) MANY LINES OF
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
of Tnrc FOLi.owiNo ooon.s
I'M 11. February 13tli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves!
(5 nnd 8 UutlbiiB in poifect oilier at $1 n p-tir fbeat Bargains.
All my DHF.SK OTN'OIIAMS about MO pieeea to select fiom are ollereil Tt
Cost Price. A mnll lino of
Scotch Ginchams at a Great Reduction !
KKAl) THIS A largo anaoitmonl of READ THIS
WJHtlTJE XXIH:S$JS GOODS,
Such ns PiqueH, Einbroiilorcil SwisHOd, India Linen, Plain Swiss, Nninsook nnd
many oilier lines of White Goods. I will nell at nutli n
pi ico that everybody will btiy theiu.
JDtfT Ueuieniber, Fobruniy 1,1th dose Ibiri Rale. Jg
F,!l 1-90 Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
B. P. EHLBBS & CO.
Great Bargains ! Great Bargains !
-AFTER TAKING STOCK
All Ms SoW at MyRefliiceil Prices!
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
(l()OI Pasture; at Waiklki, for a
limited luilllberWif liorscs. at ren.
Bonabln nttes ATjotO
y.Hin tfffl H. ALOUIOH.
il'IFTY URA1) of Fi
? Bleors. Apply to
401 tf ' r - Kau. Hawaii.
R'l EHliaor Sule.
ryyfQ imwca and Lots on
JL iroTjWU Lilne, Falama.'
Convenient to steam und trnm
curs, very hnallhy iloralliv. Lot on
Kln street, near Hanianku'H Lane. For
particulars apply to
.HWN F. UOWLER.
OrOhas. T. Gtillek. m 460 3m
DRAWING anil Palntinj; lu ollu
and water color.'), Monocbromo,
Crayon, Etc , on Tuesdays and Fridays
afiornoon, aud Saturdays morning and
R. TIARNFIELT), Artist,
ripreekbls' Block, Fort tieri.
it icturn of nil pfoniiiims p.iitl in :ui-
titimlier of years, the company win
in the United Slates, and the l.ar
Twenty-Six- Millions of Hollars.
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
under the management of MISS
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINSMITH nnd PLUMBER,
Corner of King and Alakea streets, i
Honolulu, H. I.
Woikiliop--Mut 261 Rotldence.-Mul 23G
OS? Estimates furnished on all elassea
ol plumbin),' and tlnsinithinp woik.
First class workmanship and material
guaranteed In all the above branelirs
of my business at reasonable rates.
A SMALL INVOICE
Just the Tiling for the Holidays
Paoific Hardware Go.
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