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H44X JUlLLKTJJS: .10HOHJLU, H. I,, JUNE 25, 18H0.
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CORNER HOTEL &
NEW UOOIS t S'KW 0Ol8 I SUW GOODS !
BY LAST "MARiruSA" I H KfEIVD A lAHWli STOCK OF
? " Dry ' Fancy Goods is
SVi'ivU a?e "w opened owl for inspection.
Choice Selection of French Sateenes !
Tits! Color?, r-lout 150 Plocoa t 20 cents a yard;
SCOTCH ZEl'HYKS, the Latest Novelties;
New Line of TUAL JUTIRTH:
IT.KSIAN MULLS, in tlic Lutt Hesign;
Llnnn Lavwhh ! Liuou LmniH !
wish to cull the attention that I have thi sen-on imported the Finest nnd
Best Selected Stock o
Ot Every Dm nptitin. ISO piv3 to flee' irnui. I have bought
1,500 Pieces or BitnilMi is BaM ftoi lis. Baal
An Immense AfSottincut.
tfjT Ladies 't v. .nt of r.nibn idiTifo can save 20 pvr em! '.n every
Fob 1-90 Comer ITotol & Fori Mtwftta.
B. P. EHLEES & CO.
II V . Jl M' UfcCKIVEl) A VEilY l.A'IOh 3SOr.niUil Oi"
Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,
LADIES' A CHILDREN'S UNDERWEAR,
Client's Iiiriiisliiif" Goods, Sea. Sce..
All will he sold al Jteu-xiiiiihlo I'rirc
ffjCf Our DieiiUiakini; Department muhr the uunngcrtiMit oi HrfS
CLAUK. will hi- n-i.peneil about Muy 12tli.
ni m -i-- i in r - r ini i i r n 1 yi
! r-JT: Wk' " - 17. fctf
HAVE JUST EEtEIVEL1 Es AlVTJtAIJA.
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
itiil fiiuviiM I'rora r to jjo rtiti ttw,
Hoikiy, Salines, Scclct Gicgbams, lalchl patterns; flooUu Drt3 Go-sds,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OK
Boys; Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks, Bags & Valises,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
I'L A. STATION & )JNSrUAUU AGKNTS,
Builders' and General Hardwars, Agricultural Implements,
Ciiitentt-!"', Lil.iv&simtiit'j M. -
HOUSE FOIiiNiSJiliNU GOODS!
Kitcticii L'leiuih, i'.iints, tJilh,
1j5 ititavix l lS.'.ti'i'sletrfAii
Blako's Sleani haps, Weston's Csntiiraguls,
Wilcox fi tilbLs, & Kemlogtoa Sbwlog ib'aclilrits,
Dr. Jayne S: Sgd? Family Medicines.
XMHi " ! miIMi tw.iHa MfaWJiU'Utat.'' -' --TM T I I ilM.ia I III iiMi t I nrlilMTl
CRYSTAL '-:-SODA -7-WORKS,
JOHN (iUACr, : : Propi'iolnr.
5JOLK .HAXl r.VCTfltElW .f -TlfE OUEAT JLOoi
I'XTfCil JIJK '
8AESAPARILLA and IEON WATER,
GuigfJi Ale, SHi'snpnrillo, Lemon, Crenm & Ploiu Scda.
tir CU.lMI'AWJ1 C1DKR 3
gJSir ALL AHUATJCU V'A VK11S (JV AltANTEUI) 1'MJiJ' jpg
.1.1 TSIAC HTXtlUICT .i.
Mimial Telephone 8 30 -vftso wy Bell Tolohouo 298
CaT"JiIl.tiul uidf promptly utteinlcd t. nr.v-8-80-l!ni
OtTKIt AT IWA) iUJCK I'RfCRfi
Jalll'ornia Tlay, Outs, limn,
Oil Cuke Meal, LlnHOcd .Ileal,
J'.nrU'j, liollnil Uarloy,
Middling Ground iitirloy.
Whcar and Oorn Floui.
i'LOUIC l&-Mlnf Golden Ciato & 8nJinuH- fLOUIl
Telephones, No, ,176.
Z.1S " " "J I ,
whiu - is 1 I'luiuhei1 TocU,
V.xiiio!ns, Liimp Oo(-li f.nd
Cor, Edinburgh & (ixreon Ste.
NBfcgj ,sr "ms? iesSj saiJ
jEi MI R- YLT7I ' "JMi
V, lMJIIlUgtoin, rrctdcnt J. 0, B,enff, .
ilaaigori l'. Li Winter, Tttaturcr. j
u:r VMIV l.ATIT t.N '
Piano Lamps, Banquet Lamps, i
J it livary .1 jiiiim.
Knll Lauipa & Chandeliers,
Ju'llturchul trdin tlio raeturj'-
A. New Line of Refrigerators,
A Full Line of the Envorlte
Eddy's Refrigerator's and Ice Cksets,
DI:tt'a Sn i lies; Kw Lines tt Locln,
Plnitut, Jr., (.'ullivntoivs.
Flctnres Frames & Mouldings,
Pacifit; llarilwaro Co.. LM,
C.'O If Yoil & ileicliuut st?.
HENRY M. STANLEY
IN DARKEST AFRICA
lhflcici-lcmrlr.rrf StatitTr(e:rt U.r.llli.z
ailriituni r.n.l t' cILc!oj uo of hl tmpottiT.t.
iIlwnrIiIIInMinir Inriho tirl lint In tb-i
0-k .lt!ell by liilMflf, l-lititUU "III Dllkwt
Afti-a l)i Hit I n il triio 1 liy nny 11' tLo .
nl:(il"Btiiil l-(vil,,"ji w Wi.u'ot(.;titn. Ve-i.
iiiiiu'-Au-l ' rtuibentlc " To no im i-( tlti tuij
Ht ill'; ciatrilmtid a Hn.
'lhnrcy liimuc.t'iJiiftlfjllt tli'j nlatr-ncnt Iw.ui
c- iri-ctlntri-'-yTiiitili-iilir V.t'ptnraLttuit, -ii.il
PIITJAW Ji "ulcr nit to le tnj-lcl. mo
UrtU I IUi tunl tl.i Iiaj'. Wii the l-n.
CHARLUS SCRIBNEU'S SONS
And tint tho p3iivhIs it:i-nl ritili- n ci'ttlU;jU'
l( Ufc-IKJ fllHll U1
A. L BANCROFT ft CO.
132 POST STREET,
Usncrol Agciim for tins i'aclllo Coast.
J. W. Chambcrlin
Sjolu ARi'itt l"or lliiwnlkm Kin;diiiii.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
I rpill- follow Imij iimiiiu:itlorii.Ti ill i-lo'i-
X .lULtOJ'.ll, ly.Hi.
Futurity Stakes ct IBSZiv.r Hawalltm
liieil 2 year olii. A .-wi-eptaUe t( fi.Vi
n follbui: S."i on JS'oniluatloii. 810
.l.iniiai-v I, lyil, -?IU .liilv l,lh9,if3
Jnnuiuy 1. 1SW.
Hawaiian Dcily ol 1691 - !-'oi H.iwailui
tnvd :i .urir olil. A swi-pialu- of 8100
ni follows: ." "n lUiiliidlli.n, OK'
.Isinunn 1, 1P1U. 920 July 1, 1S!)1, -J.i
.luutiun'l, 1KI2, SID .laiiniiy l. Ivj:i.
(.'. O. r.r.KUKK,
luOtil Stci Htiry.
Wrs. M. J. RAMOS
How PiioioMiliic Gallery
At A, L. Scith-e, Upitetif,
Wliaro the Ko:t. tli3 Neatest uuJ the
fliOtiii-npliie rk-tliH'-i niut ne'ldeni'e
Vlow-t nut taken. Jlntiii- '-.ill'-l.ietloii
Slven, ami all onlei prmupilv atteiulet
jf3"A vc'pn-lfiil imitiition is M-ntnul
to the hilic to e.ill .nut et! fiir lliein-I'elvi'-.
PAnTIT.fJ ili"-lriiiH; Aoeado JV'iH In
qiiantltie- oi uut U-s than ."lO will
.177 Sw llilu. ll:ivail.
FOR SAL 13 UJIKAI
A CO.MPT.i:TK oiullt for nialdiif; rrnd
j. dispeiieltn; onrbouated bcM-jaj;. .-.,
ull lit uootf ojder. Addie-ii
Sill Sin W.ilolilmi, tin wiill.
OX areoiint of ill la-alili Dr. J. M.
Whitney lias appointed I)i. J. h.
Ilutchliison to t.iUn ehaic- uf his odli-e
until his irturii. M7 if
I WILT, not be responsible fur any
bills .'tjj.ilii.-a the Sti-aiiier "Al.si
ninr' imlcifr. iiK'iiirfd hv niv wiluen
order. C. l. CAfcTLK.
Honolulu. June 7, laiK). f)7.'. if
IflK undoKlu;iicil have sold nut the
I dry ond busline hi'ii-iofoic e ir
rleil on by them tit Xo. .'7 iV f.fl HoU'l
btiect, to'Jlr. A. (J fil'va who will i-oii-duut
the biiiltif-.s on hi- uuti iii'i-oiint
from mid after this dute.
Honolulu, May -U. l.stm. rr, it
ALT, el.ilmi ngaliiM thu "llnnoluli)
J)nliy" toJuiio 1, 1S00, iniiit be
left st the- ufllee ot J. A. .Mnooii wilhln
noday.iiroin date. Jtlcsr-. Ik-wctt t
Jneobsrn are umhoiied to colh'iHnll
bills due the ' ljnnolu'.ii Dnlrv" from
.May l. ISHO.
J. I J)OW.si;n,..iit.,
Honolulu. Jmm H. Im'ii. ;,ni tf
HAV1NIJ bought out Mr. W. II.
I'upeJn the "Uui.oHilu Curl luge
ilfinufactory,' at lii roil ntn-ct, Iain
prepared to eontluiu, tl ihove bii6lne.is
under the uhl iitunv if llnnoltilu Cu.
rlue Sliinufnetoiv, i.nd iwing n old
esperleiiecd oartln,e huildiT I wile It
the patronaj;y ot my old tru-ndd and thu
jiuhlla In general, mid with nij thoinuirh
l;uo.i(il;e of the hiiiinu n and with ex.
j-ei-joiiced wnrlcnien und usliitf only the
iicbt nniti.rl.il I fpiiiratxce eiKiiul cat In.
faction. Plen-e call .ui'l see luu btfom
colng t-lfi-w here.
(Blgurd)j OIDUOX WEST.
Hcmowlu, Qst. 28, 166P. MH if
LM Forflip iWS.
6'm I'ntnvliico, June II, per S. .V.
CU of I'dhiQ.
The IrlMi Catliollc states tliat the
I'ope, In replying to the congralu
lalioti of lsitnr3 nt tho Vatican, ex
pressed himself as strongly of the
belief that a great punishment was
impending un society for it dWre
giiril of ntid Indifference tn the
i-hiiic-li. "Tlic Lord," he said,
"will come no longer with sweet,
peaceful face, bnt with tin nnjiry one
to strike nnd puiify his church. I
ntn neither u prophet nor the son of
a prophet ; but 1 feel in my heart a
sorrowful presentiment. A sea or
evil te about to beat against, the
rock upon which the Cluitch i
founded, and will leave nothing to
he seen uf the horizon but thu tin cut
of the angry God. Prayer will not
sufllce to appease the Almighty."
The Committee of the German
Reichstag on the Army Uill passed
the parajaupli in the measure pre
scribing the basis for the military
foundation. AVindthorst, the leader
of the Clerical party, declared he
would vote for thn hill, as he did
not consider the moment oppoittine
to attempt any tests of party
strength. lie announced at the
same time that he would lay on the
tabic in the Heichstag the" motion
suggesting that the Government
should doist from its intention to
compel nil men capable of bearing
arms to perform military setviees.
lie should move to abolish the Sept
ennale, should ilx the strength of
the at my annually at the lime the
lludgctwas submitted and to have
the term of service for infantry fixed
nt two years. Kickerl proposed that
the peace fooling be fixed mutually.
The Minister of War replied that
the Constitution implied the right of
the Kmperor to lix I he effective
aimy. A yearly fixation could not
Silva I'orto committed iiiieide ftom
jealoif-.y because certain information
concerning the Afiicutt exploration
was withhold, lie gathered about
h'un fourteen barrels of gitnpowdei
for a funeral pyie. These he mount
ed, wtapped in the Porliujucse flag.
An explosion immediately followed,
l'oito's body was tertibly disfigured.
In the Commons Ferguson, Under
Koicign Secretary stated that Por
tugal had accepted in principle the
arhitiatioii on the Delagoa Hay rail
way question, proposed by Kngland
and tiiu 'utted States.
During the sitting of the L'mcign
Committee of the Hungarian Dele
gation, June 11, Heir Talk declnrcd
that the delegates joyfully indorsed
the respectful references to the Em
peror of Germany by Count Kal
nolcy, Minister of Foreign Affairs,
for iho whole inouaicliy, in his re
cent speech to the delegation. Falk
spoke in high tei ins of the position
occupied by Italy in Hie triple alli
ance, whjeit differed from thut of the
other powers. He also asked whether
Count Ivaluuky would endeavor to
secure lccognition by the various
poweisof Prince Ferdinand as the
lawful ruler of liulguiia. Count
Kalnoky said the recognition of
Prince Ferdinand, although of great
was yi t of secondary importance.
Austiia. he said, r-ouglit to ntrcngth
en and develop the independence of
the Balkan Unites as far as possible.
She would not countenance sharper
measuie againt Seiia. lie de
clared that Austria was completely
in accord with Fngland, especially
in regard to affairs in the ICa-,1,
The St. James Gazette, in an arti
cle on the negotiations now being
carried on by England and Germany
relative to the territory in Africa,
says a piobablu uctticment will be
reached, by tho terms gf which
the Germans will evacuate and
abandon their claims to tho ter
ritory. The Gaette further anyu u
line will he drawn across Victoria
Tyan.a one degree .south ol the
equator to the eastern boundary of
the Congo State. All the dispnlad
territory north of this line will be
British and all south of it Gcrnvtn.
Thn action of Dr. Peters and the
treaties he has made with the native
r;!i!cf.s, the Ga.ette says, will be ex
pressly disavowed at Her) in.
Tho Chronicle, commenting on
tho proposed f.ott lenient of the East
Afiicau question, 09 announced by
the St. James Gazelte,8ays this is the
moot abject and iuotniuious surren
der ol hritiah interests that has been
madu since England abandoned her
American colonies. U adds? '"Litr
tie fa left to surrender now except
Egypt. The restoration of Al-uee-Lurraine
to France, which would
have given Europe sonm hope of
peace, would havo been a cheap
price to demand from Germany for
Mich a concession."
Tho Daily News thinks (ho au
iinmit'cmcnl in the St. Jamc Ga
zette Is ti feeler to ascertain public
opinion on tho question. "Ger
many," it &aj's, "concedes two
minor points for one main point.
The Uritish Government la likely to
be in tho ridiculous position of the
lady who, saying that pho'd ne'er
In a spee'eh at a complimentary
banquet in London ISalfnursaid that
the Irish Secretaryship waa a target
for Parnellite abuse, lie cotnplufnert
of the obstruction measures of Par
liament, and exprcsried regret at
what be called tho degtadutiou of
the onc gjeat Liberal pwty, whlph,
I'C said, was being dragged in the
mud at the heel of n sensationalist
mob. Unlfour also said the cloture
was a powerful and, he thought,
dangerous remedy upon tho single
government question, but he was
powerless to do anything with the
continued obstruction of long and
Tho damage sustained by the
steamer City of Home, which itruck
Faslnet Hock, is much more serious
than was at first supposed. Experts
who have examined thu hull of tho
City of Rome declare that Iho prompt
closing of the sliding door in the
bulkhead separating the forepeal:
from the adjacent compartment
alone prevented the btcaincr from
instantly sinking. Tho prow is torn
nwny for n distance of twenty feet.
Reports have been received at St.
Petersburg of a disastrous confla
gration and great loss to life and
property in a mining district of lite
Urol Mountains. The iion-woiks
at Ufaielsk and Tewjauik, 1000
dwellings, four s.choo!a, three
churches nnd hospitals and maga
zines were completely destroyed,
Forty persons were burned to death
and 18,000 made homeless.
The Hamburg Xaohrlchtcn justi
fies the action of Prince Hismarck
in giving his views through the
medium of fotcign journals, ''There
surely was no harm," it says, "in
explaining the policy which the
Government approved of three
months ago, and which the Emperor
professed he would continue."
It has been discovered that the
headquarters of u gang making im
mense quantities of bogii9 stuff pur
porting to be brandy, charteruse
and champagne of famous makes is
at Harcelonn, Spain. An extensive
plant of printing-ptesses was found,
and a dozen men were arrested.
The head ot the concern escaped to
The mariiager.f Maty Anderson
to Jose de N'avano was to take
place at lSrotnptou Abbey, June
17th. The trousseau of Ihe bride is
large, elegant and costly, and is
made by Worth of Paiis. '
Tho Swiss State Council has voted
a liutlier sum of t-.)00,000 for the
purchase or war matcital. It also
passed a law pniyiding for the re
gistration of ull horses in Switzer
land Ut for military service.
Kerr, the champion tennis-player
of Ireland, defeated Pet tit, the
champion or America, in the match
at Dublin, for the world's cham
pionship by a rtcote of V to nothing.
The trial in Hctlin of thu Coun
tess von Luet.util, who is charged
with makiim her fashionable resi
denpe In Thiergarten the scene of
outrageous conduct, in which many
nieinbets of the German nobility
took pari, is proceeding behind clos
ed door3. The rise was made public
through the artest of the Countess
for attempting to stiangle a servant
gill who threatened to disclose to
the police what went on within the
house. Although the public is ex
cluded fiom the court-room, it is
known the Piini-o of Save-Altcn-bcrg,
Count on Kotze, Fiau Groh
newaldl, Hie -singer, and many
members of the nobility ot the cap
ital, are among the witnesser sum
moned. Striker; at Itcunish, SMi-mm, at
tacked the facloiies on the. 10th
int.. and with clubs and slouo
smashed the windows in sixteen of
them. A number of striken were
arrested, and their comrades as
xiiulted the pillie in their attempt
to icsi-iie them. The military was
called out and ,0011 quelled the
rioting, Dispatches from Heiintseh
say the noting lasted niryj hours
and that lilu nj-iesh have been
made. It is nlm lcpiiiie.d that the
manufacturers of the town have
agiced to increase employes' wages,
and that this concession will pro
bably end the strike.
The weddiue of William O'Brien,
editor of tho Frcuiuau't. Journal,
and Mile. Ratfalovilch, a daughter
of a banker of Pads, took place
June 11, at IJroinpton Oratory. The
ceiemony was performed by Arch
bishop Cioke. Pnrne'l and other
colleagues of the bridegroom in the
House of Cor.imons were present,
John Dillon was groomsman.
A MKDU. KOl! STAKI.r.Y.
.Stanley made an uddress al
Edinburgh, 10th inst., bcfoie the
Geographical Society. The Mar
quis of Lome, who presided, pre
sented a gold medal to the explorer
on behalf of the soc!el .
,jutT HKi;iciyEu :
En. Win. II. Dluwiul,
CASES SECURITY BRAND
C O A L O I L
or inmi test.
LEWIS & CO.
IH'i 1 tit
A. G. SILVA,
GO k 87 Hct'4 titroct,
Furniture, Matting & Carpet Laid
FlnoUpholiteii'ig and Bedding a epo
"lHy. ' juno KJ-ilm
Fresh Butter I
IN HALF-POUND lArj'8.
Is thn Flnet Table Butter cold In the
(,'ll of Honolulu,
to nr. had or
Henry Davis & Co.
Imported Direct liom Ilnvnua.
C. O. BERCER.
HEWETT & JACOBSEN,
AoceuntaDt, Collectors, Osmmlilloa Agonta and
Umtsm HoafO Broken.
Are at all times- prepared to per.
lonn any di-fleiiptiou of Clerical Wotk,
such un Atidliltijr Areounts, Posting up
Tradesmen V Htmks, Making lnvi-niorii-ti
of Stock, Eugroing Lesal Documents,
Etc. (Jnmpo'onl iml lU-lhible Freight
Cleiks for thf ib-liwry nnd tallying of
CS"Oi11cl- 11 HvsrACi: it nonnivrpoN's,
Qiu enured l',is.Olhe llox 183. Mu.
tti-tl Telephone ij': It. H Telephone-411
HAMMERSMITH & FIELD,
Jar Our Xrw Artotype Illustrated
Catalogue sent fiec mi application.
Kan I'lanelMi-ii, 1 (iMltftiriilu-
Ex. Alex. McNeil
Steel Wire Fence
-FOll SALE 1JV-
Hawaiian HarQware Co
MIt. MONKOK, ladles' nurso, lian
removud to Un. 8, Kukui lane.
Fi'li U HU
FitrnlHhuil Ilou.so To Let
4 T Wnlkikl. k Iwn uni-v
I J. iloii'o, containing six
I rrtnm.4 nlrrlv fiirnlslif.il. win
kill ilMl. lnt'.Ht. llHtll unit KOri-nnMarnnina
stshle, eta , to let ror h few months nt a
ru unliable rate. Or rooms will ho lei
Blncly vrlili rood table hoard.
HAWAIIAN' BUSINESS AOKN'OY.
Valuable Proporty For Sale
N Nuitnuu Avomie, a
iiov.lv furnished i.storv
House oontaininir S rooms.
kitchen, bathroom, r-loseis, eurrlnce
house, stable, henery, etc. Orounds
contain 2 2.10 nrit-s, well laid out in
litwiid. shade and fruit trees, Mowers,
etc. Will ho Fold low, with or without
furniture, horses, carriages, livestock,
nnd all the nppuiiiuiicQls needed in n
tlrsl-fllnsa idsldnricc, as tho owner In.
tends leaving Ihcu Islntnlp.
HAWAIIAN BUS1KKSS AOKNOY.
'pill; boil remedy fni
JL wounds, iileers,
galls, proud flush and
soies of every detcrin-
:-tlouto persons or aid.
mills. Adopted by leading homo rail
road, club anil livery rubles, etc., In
the United States and el.sow ere. We
are prepaiud to prove this ntatcnicut by
testimonials and ictereiices to phiuteia
und liverymen In this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOENOV.
. and Ktoreoseoplo Views of tho
ituiRtuttntntUo eoeuciv, bulldliifra, etc.,
In tlirhc Islands, for sain at rcununlilo
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AOKNOY.
Corner Fort and Morotmnl rtrncu,
llv't; i 111 5
Oceanic Steaisi Conp'r .
From San franciscc.
. . . Oct 18
, . . Dec 13.
. . Aug 2
. . Aug .10
. .Oct 2.)
For San Franci3oo.
.Juno II. ,
.Aug (5 .
. .Sept 20
. . Jan 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F.
Friday. .June 20
Friday.,. July -t
Friday... Aug 1
fritlny... Aug 2'J
vm HAS VUAXV1HVO.
The new and tine Al tied stuiniahip
Of tho Oceanic BtenriiMilp Company, will
be dim at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
June 23, 1890.
And w ill li'iye for the above port with
malls ami passengers ou or about that
For freight or pnssasc, havine SU.
WM. G. Ill WIN & CO.. Agent.
For Sydney and Aucklana.
rh tiuw and line Al ntcel sicMT3hip
Of the Oceanic 8traintnp Compaov, -vlll
he due at Houolulu from din
Francisco on or about
July 5, (890.
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for the a novo porti.
For freight or passage, havhiK S1J
PERIOJl ACCOMilOUATIONS, applj
37 WM. 6. IRWIN & CO.. Agents
Gustav A. Schuman
No. 79 &'B : : King Street.
At W. Wright A; Sou's.
Having received a full assortment of
fan-lave Trimming Materials from the
Lust, I urn prepared tocxenutuall ordt-is
with neatness and despstch at very rta.
O. A. SOU UM AN.
Hawaiian Lime !
oo vy.n n.iiiit::i.,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D,
"-31 Solo Agents. jtf
A NATURAL Minora! Water. For
sale only by
W. S. I.UCF
Solo Agent & Importer' for the lia
wallan Islands, osy j(
Coraor Ktnjr & Beliel Streets,
nas Just Imported some new style
Manila & Havana Cigars,
Clcarotto & Choico Tobaoooa,
For salo. Also, Cold Drinks. H77 2w
TAI WO CHAN,
Maiiiifactun-r of Lndtiii'
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
BIUN 6UEOS MADE TO OrUF.lt.
VeKtreil or Hewed; nluo, MmtitlcH.
33 Nutuinu St., : : : I'. O. Box 20.1.
COO KISVS & CO.,
No. 59 Nnuanu St., Honolulu,
And dealers in nil kinds of
C'UHaliiiereM ami rtiriiNhlnir gooiIh.
Also, a full stock of Drv and Fancy
goods. Quod lit guaranteed. 6)7 an,
CHANGE of .RESIDENCE.
Has removed from Fort .ircet to Ho.
I ullo Lane, Pal,- m.
Opficu Houitst I) a. jf. to 13 m. ord
V. M. to !) P. M.
Mutual 600ijlTEi.EPH0NESia"Eell 475
FIIIKWOOI) for tale at Hawaiian .'
C'ouiraorolttl Bolesroowi, corner of
quesa nnd Nuiianu streets, iGS tf,