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DiUJLY IJUJjLWTIN s UUDCObUliU, ii. 1.-, AUGHJHT 22, lflUO.
Ai & ira
no. 77 pour sniLLr.
First Annual Gash. Clearance Sals I
Commencing Monday," Aug. 181h,for Two Weeks only.
Great Reduction in ail Departments to make room for Goods to arrive
C3ulico!, 22 j arils fui $1
Gingham, 10 and 12 v-nid foi
Sateens, 7 yards foi if I.
Black Cashmeres and Merino?, 40e
yard nun upwftuiit,
Colon d Vwl Dhhh Chimin, 10c yaiil
Tiiblc lAnun, Miij!c3nM, 'EVwfli, Sisetiing;. ?!(., '?)t?tt
Licc, Ladies' Cheinisu, P-kirts,
Ladies'.: Children's llosiciy Itiilid
koruhiefs. Embroideries .Gloves, Milt, Ribbons,
in Black Lace
....,fl ' '"
T.TORK tt 1
JUJUXlkJ vju w
iiak icsi i.i n.ivi.n .v vr.i.Y i vhoe Aieotnin:Hi or
M KBM4ifjinr4 Eff!
ressec & wares
IN ALL LENGTHS.
CURTAINS IH IEF. SCBffl. IMM &
In Gient Variety.
tfT Our Dres-miakmi: Den-iilim nt under
CLARK will be le-opcnod about M.iy I-Ii.
arm.1 wfwmnv'nr p;
CiontU in all Pi paWmciHs.
(lie management of Mlb
lessre to Uaii four Attention 10
rr7? ATTO! TWYKs"R
J.JitJ.JJ- .M.M.u. i
,'iV UHN'VAW .'jfc
VT.:r - . j" . -rv n
i.Ul s-. -"vi '.-- ; . s
S &e-AZ-' n Vl. ;?'ra
K J. .
For Lubiicating tho Valves and Cylindeis of Steam Engines.
VALVOLIXE is, an i ai tli oil pcc Lilly pu-p.ircd under the highest steam
he.itand fio-n wlui'h .ill Mjl.it ilo and caithv muticr has- been expelled by -a
jnocess which liues .i pine and he.wy ml, which pieents the eating av.-ny
of bolts and keeps tho i.vliudei and j)itun pai king perfectly clean. This
Tas the fust Mineial Oil introduced for bteani cyhudcis aiul has been in ton
it.mt ui-o mcv eighteen j eary.
ff"Ve :bO ni.uutuictuje Supeiior Id.iehine nnd Spiudlo Oils for all
classes of niachinoiy.
HONOLULU lEOST WOSKS 00., Solo Agcnto. ooi
a-51o'U," jow. iZ &. iT uiiifX W-ri'fi.
ranite, iron ana
House tCeesMns Coods
7,frr-.TiCi otii" T
rtllJJMAMU 1.4.' mw
i ? C t
5Jheet. Iron Work.
juui?o j fc'rxcict-.
T 0 " r h3fl I
Vhmnmn' iff gBrrrt5i:iosr5n RBf.a6,,nraE's!!r.'
ufiitpjisisg vj umminooiun wwhjuuiuq
PLANTATION & fNStJilAiN'ClJ: AGflJKTS,
Builders anil General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
! K.jVN'J.VJ1 ON to UJ' ! 'J-i J!fc,
Oarpenteib', BhudcunilliH', Aliielilnislii' A- Plumberi' T'oiile,
HOUSE FURN1SHINO GOODS-!
Kitchen Uieubila, Paintf, Oils, Varuishon, Iui 0od8 iuul
Blake's Steam Pumps, Yeston's ContilfngEa
Wilcox & Gibbs, & Remington Sewisg ttiqiiiws,
Dr, Jayio & Sous Family medicines.
Tho Tlousf1 rpsntned al 1 s35.
Thinl voatllK of bill regulating
Iho peddllligol enke". Pnescrt.
Sitmd renilitijr or uili to p-menc
3Ifivvniii hnving the Kinjidomi
Coiimderod with majority and ihuio
rity repoil", agaitrtt nntl fov, ef
Hep. Drown mood the maioiity
report be adopted, lieoauijp lie be
lievciHhnl eu-iy Utwiiiinii Miould
hovp tqilnl llbeily with t'oielgntr
of leningtbe country. His ndicu
to Ihiwniiuiis wai not to leave Hip
country uulcs they had money
enough to bring Hum back, except
inu; fentlors ln could nlnays woilc
their passage, bath. They had heard
Of foity or tifty llnwnitaiis who Inttl
pque to Halt Lake beunuiu lhv had
adopted the belief that they could
nlil ml 10 heaven fiom that pot.
They note all warned anil told wit
to go. By InM steamer ten or ll f
teeif of lliem bad colne back, and
Boinu of them had told him they had
euough of it. lie did not bdiOe
in putting a chain on tho neek ot
Noble I'ua defetided his bill with
out being interpreted.
Noble Widcinanu-did not know if
lie left his own country for his coun
try's good, but he wus ccilnin Unas
for his own good, and he would not
like to m e any impediment put.
ursuiibt a Hawaiian doing thu same
thing. Tiny used to have a law
hue that a Hawaiian could not leave
the cotintiy without the Govern
or' perniiiMon, and it had riled
mm m mnel'i wTTen he v anted t"
t ike bis wife abroad that he would
no' ial.e her Mmh more would lu
be ajauiit this lu'l th'it would pie
ent hii lultuip: his witc toStu 1'iaii-u-.ii)
without gninga bund of 8300
When pniug to Auslialia last jeai
lie found a lew bundled miles out
that theie weie tcnoi llftcen ITnwai
i.ins on boaul going to Hanioa. How
would the introducei of tho bill like
to gh e a bond of 8300 if be went on
a trip to Tahiti by the proposed
Hep. Bush confide: cd the bill un
conbtitu'Jonal, inasmuch as it re
stricted the personal liberty of lla
waiiana to go whore they chose.
The bdi was mden-iilcly post
poned. Second leading of bill to create
canloniers, or permanent wot Union
on the public loads. Considered
with unanimous leporlof the public
lands committee, teeommending its
Hop. It. Vi'. ikoi moed the
lepoit ot the committee be adopted.
Rep. Paehaole suggested that, a9
this was a new depat tore, the pass
age of the bill by adopting the re
pot t would be too hasly. lie moved
the bill lieoi3ideied section by
.- Kep. Brown seconded the ameiul
mtnt. iJe believed that the bill
nroMded a s.tep in the light direc
tum, and that it its plan was faith
fully carried out we would have bel
ter ro ids.
The ainunduK nt eai ried.
Sec. 1 was i cad. ,
Bep. Marque, irtrocVicir of the
Kill, Telenet! u the ptopo-ed steui
as haing been Hueeessfully follow
ed in Km ope. The late Mr Wildei
when Minister of Interior looked
foi ward to tho time when somumoic
tiysstemalic method of load mainten
ance could be adopted and gave his
views in one of his depaitment ie
poits. The speakoi read a pamph
let on the subject v. lien in lisbon
last year, which i enow id his inter
est in the matter. In the Poilu
guese colony ol Macao the adoption
of the c.mtoliior system hadlesulted
in a saving or nibc-icntns, or uie
road expeiidituie. Eveiy detail of
the bill wai deiived fiom the ex
perience ol other countries. While
it might bo considered a i.ilhei
lengthy bill, its length was not great
when compiiied with this law of
PotUi;jal (showing a thick pamph
let), yet he had taken all the saliout
points adapted to this countiy iioui
Noble Whlcmanii said theie was a
hill before the House to change the
load authorities., and in ease t
should pass this bill bhould be
uiad'o to conesponil with it. Ilo
moved to amend this section to that
Noble .7. M. Homer believed this
bill would be bititable for an old
settled country, but would bo irn
puicticnble in this country at pio
bent, It would not w oik at all in
tho country districts, They had not
enough money to pay the men who
were to bo constantly employed on
sections of ouo to tluee miles as pm
poscd. Another objection to the
bill was that it increased govern
ment cenliali.alion that it had been
tho intention of the late Miunifry to
cm tail. Homo little pari of the
public- woiks administration should
be left to the people, and that was
what was clone in the case of tho
ioad boards. These boards had
been an inipiovement on everything
piecedlng them, and they could at
iqud lo tho objects of thi3 bill with
out the )od tape. What did tho
.Minister of tho Interior know abput
t)io country loads that ho should
issue all the i emulations and instruc
tions to the ioad boards and canto
pier? Noble Mnrsdcn lid not agreo
with tho piGvious speaker. Tho
ioad boards had dono yery well, but
tonutirnes thoj ran out of funds,
Tim -rt'Tii nthimti "mirr 2Z32JZZ"l--T
wow the roads would g6 bark to
what they wpre before. Tho ftfin
iiter of Interior f. ily nppothltnl the
ennltintpri and made regnUUoits,
and w here- cHc fthbttld Uwy go fov.
stub thtngs bt,l to the soulco or
goyeriitncnt. Ho should support
Nobis .1. M. Horner asked the
pteviolfs speaker if llsey did iol
have tantOhicMftlfing n ccilnin road
the whole year as it wns,
Joblft Jlar(Uu Said they hud
not, but be had gone personally to
tho questioner, chniimati of the
board, lo complain of it dtuigfrotw
gully in tb road, and tl ttn i u1 re
paired for uiek'j.
Noble WiiU'inauti quoted the pro
vetb, "A stitcli in time 'mei niui',''
isying, that if It applied to any
thing it did so lo ronda. He moed
that the sccUun pais with tlio
amendiiirnt he had propowd.
NoWc J5ahh.ni liked, the' gcner.d
idea of Tun bill, its principle hail
been followed to sotuu u.Uent by tho
late Minis-try. He regntded life bill,
however, as' too catnbersomc, hnv
ing too mmh red tape and niinitiia1.
It dictated ton much of delad to lit
.Minister. Iflheyweie to follow
this out in all matters of the Derail
ment, tbev would have stacks ol
books and the Minister would upend
uic3l of hu time readiiig law. He
approved of some of the detaiU,
but, on the whole, considcied thv
were loo elaborate fir the country
l!ep. Marquffs cliimed tli.it the
only thing reipiued of the Minister
ot interior was lo start the inachiii
Hep. Kalua rcgaided this as one
of tho best b.lls introdueed'this ses
sion. It provided thai obstiue
tions in the road- or damngis- to
them would bo attended to u once
The bcctlon passed.
Stetion 2 was lead.
Minister tersOh raowda erbal
amendment to make fie meaning
No'hle liurehaidt Miggi"-lert an
amcndmOnt to the . utendiuHit,
which was accepted.
The sretion passed as amencled.
The thiid section passed.
Section 1 was ioad.
Minister Peterson 'moved an
amendment shortening Ihcplnaseo
logy, which carried and the section
passed as amended.
Section 3 was lead.
Noble Baldwin though) sonic dis
cretion should bo left to thu ioad
boards, and he moved to strike out
the (list subdivision, as the main
paragiaph covered all purposes. Tt
was considered wise in all matters
to leave minor details lo the discre
tion of responsible managers.
InoIjIo u idemann agreed with the
previous spcikcr that tho llrst sub
division went too far, but ho disa
greed witli him in regarding all the
others as mat tern to io ICit to lue
discretion of the moment.
Noble Horner In Id that the pro
visions of the flection weie eutiily
impracticable in his district.
Noble Baldwin changed the fui in
of hi amendment.
Mini-lei lVteritjn agreed to some
extent with liable Baldwin, ai.d
moved an amendment to the amend
ment, wluoh the mover aoce-ptecl.
The iinwgfflph as amended paiwd.
Noble Wtdeinaan njovctl -an
amei.dnieui to sajjclr. ition A., to ie
ipiiie that the cantunici shall go
over his section only once a week
instead of once a clay a,i in the biJi.
Rep. Kalua moved twice u week.
Noble Baldwin slid there waa
nothing pinclicnl in defining the
nine. If those, subdivisions were to
be passed, most of them would be
ignoicd, ii3 the ioad authorities
would have to bo governed by cir
cumstances. Noble Wldomann considered it
would be bcttei to icqmjc that the
paid laborci should be made to at
tend lo his soctioic than that he
should wait for the unpaid ho.ml
man to find the ruts.
Noble Butchai.dt spoke of a iocly
ioad in Hamakua, on which one
man could take caio of ten miles,
but could not be expected to tra
veise that distance in a day. He
moved lo striku out the tune limit.
Hep. Marques urged tho impor
tance of some snob iccjuireiiieiit.
Noblci Wideinann changed his
amendment to "at, leant once, n
week-;" and Noble BuieliauU with
drew his amendment., "
The subdivision pri3cd as amend
ed by Noble Widemanii.
Subdivision ji, mm u. pasted.
Noble J. M. Hurncr, on the ne.l
clause, .ibbcited that thin bill was
copied ftom the law of an old coun
try that bad iiricudaitnaed roads.
He pronounced the tliiiig an im
possibility, icqiiiting the tcmoval of
lllth and weeds and the soi aping
inviiy of dust or mud.
. ISoble Widemann contended that
while it would bo impracticable in
Hamakua it would not bu bo in
Honolulu. He moved the Mibdivi-
Hep. Paeiiaolo moved lo sttiko out
the words, "and soiapo away the
diul r,i mud," as that ouldu't bo
done in Molokai any more Uian In
Thu subdivision passed u in tho
bill.-alsoH,, P., 0,, and JL, while
I. passed with a voibal amendment,
Noble Widemann moved to amend
Sec. (i by sli iking out tho piovision
that tljo woiknmn bhoidd bo lined
double his wages for encli fi action
of it day, as well at each day ot
Noblo Burchardt thought tho sec
tion too severe. He had known of
a month in wbich thgru wore only
tluee day fit for 'outdoor jjv'oik in
Tu$ lection passed as nniendefl by
Hep. Kalua considered Sec. 7, re
quiring work from sunrise to sum
sot, witli two hours for icsl, entirely
Hep. Maiquos cplninod that (his
was to pi event excuse on account of
not having u wnlcli.
Hep. Kalua asked how it would
be in a clou Jy day when the man
couldn't see tho Mm.
Minister Pcteisou thought I he
section went down loo lino, and
movejt it be atrticl; out.
Hep. Paehuole believed this sec
tion would prevent men from en
gaging ai enntonlers except al very
Noble Wideinann said thai lid's
luitic public woi U n uniform lime
should be adopted foi the v. hole
kingdom. His moved it lie fiom
sunrise to Iho in the afternoon.
. lpp. Kalua qnppoited the motion,,
of the Attonuy-dcneial, ,n's the
second flvtilipn provided for the
tcgulalton of (ne labor.
Noble Burchardt favvred striking
it out, as it wnuld'iiol hold water.
Rep. KHud-,en lhoui;ht it would
be a inistul'.u to have no time do
nned, and he Ihouuht the section
should bo left as it was. "When the
men had not niUch vvoiU to do they
would be enabled to police tlteioads
faun ouiiriio to "unset. These had
been lubheiits on the mads even on
Kauai, and he thought it would be a
great public bcnelk lo have these
men constantly on the roml.
T he motion In sliike the "-eclion
oik can led.
A motion to adjourn being made.
Noble J. At. Hoi tier moved to
place the Oahu lailway bill on the
special older for to-moirow.
Rep. Brown said Ibis could be
done under "Resolutions," to-uior-uiw
; it was baldly in oidet now.
Tho House :uljourned nt '1:10
f 1, I. IRf III & GO.,
Win. 0. Trvvhi . Iichlnnt t Manager
Chins SnieokelH Vlco-J'ieshlent
' Hcei etai y & Trcnui er
ThoD. 0. Poller Auditor
Oceanic BtesmstiiD Gome'i.
. Ol" Nan t'l nurlHco, 'u.
t'iVm, (1. bwiu il Co.. -(LM). have
ns-ounrt! tlio iiscls utiil liabilities of Um
Inleliim of Win. (4. Iiwln A, Co , ntnl
v.ill eoniiinie tin- general buines
forniiilv i hi t toil mi liv tint houue.
From San Frcncisco.
Leave Duo at
S. P. Honolulu
Zcalandin Aug 2.1 ... , Aur .10
Alameda Kept 20 Bopt 27
Mariposa ...Oct 18 Oct 25
Zciihindia Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Dec 13. , . . .Dee 20
For San Franoisoo.
Leave Due al
Alameda Aug 0. . ..Aug 2!1
Mariposa Sept 3....rept 20
Zcalandin Oct 1 Oct IB
Ahiuwdii Oct 2!) Nov 16
Mariposa Nov 20 Doc 1.1
Zcalnndia Deo 24.... Jan 10
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Pi iduy . .
. Deo 5
Friday.. . Aug 2i
Friday . . Kopt 20
Pridny.. .Oct 21
Friday... Nov 21
Friday. ..Deo 18
Will stand for a short time it
GttJilUld Stalilos, KspIoKyai PaiK.
ltncn Si'isxcr.n is a il uk b iv, I vc irs
old; eianils tfi'C InmU liiubs'kiiul and
r; i: digk ic rz -.
By Dvls if i'crfot!:.
1st dam Lou Spcucei bv Noi folk
2nd dnin J)alleilna...1iy Imp Isihownie
3ul iluin tonu1c J'ariow
by imp liunioek
khilamlUi . . hy" imp l!.iWn?ai
5th dam 31-ul.im liosley (0 nunia'b
Dam) . bv.-ii Kich-.id
(1th dim.uic; Nleliol.. -by imp. Jagle
7tb d tin lint. hcfIi v '. "-
h Wilkes' Woinlei
Ptbilam... ., by riemiu'leei
9th QTttn ......... . .liv imp. S'eilm '
lOlhd.iuj,.-. b ( loiluin
llili d.iiii., In .nip. biUeieM'
iatbd'jm..i 'V imp -lolly Jlogei
ItUhiJon by imrt. JMitner
j4Ui nam uy imp. fiioiiKfj
JS li djuii Idip. wan' liont tlio Ftml if
, UainSfln, of Uinndoii
E- JleM jif eiue tn'.en with aninnls.
In eiso of aei'iilujit no ieiou?illlllj'
will be assumed.
sj 7-? z?
X I 2
5 H P
ti -, )
Anli!ai!i mil Seryic
Vho new and tine Al sieel stennuliip
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, v.ill
be duo at UoiiohUu ficm Sydney
nii'l Auckland on or abo u
And will leave for Ike above port with
malls anil pnsensers on or ubout that
For freight or pabsaue, lmviug !U.
PJSHIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, an ly
WM. G. IRVim & CO., AgoaU.
For Sydney and Auckland.
TS heicbv iven to all pin sons that at
JL a meeihig of the Mmrcholdeis of
Wm. G. Invin & Co, flil), liuild on
theSlsl divof .liilv, lSl.O, it was'foleil
tonceiptihe C'liariei ot Incorporation
dated July Bl, IS'io, and giaiited to
t'leni and t'liiMi iis'.oei ites mill succljsois
uiiilci the imioi ate name and stylo of
Wm. G. Irwin &. Co.. Limited.
Ami lint the Coipoialion under said
Chiitemv is (hilv iiiranicil, Mini elected
the follow bur mined oflieers, l,:
Piesident A Man ijrei
William O. hwhi,
A'iie-J'iihlilcnl .. CTaus Fpreekcls,
Seeictai v A 'J loisurei
W. M GSffaul,
Aiiibtui T. C. Poiter.
The new and fino Al utoel gtc-MEahtp
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company, will
be duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Aug:. 30, 1390.
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails anil passengers for the above ports.
For Ireight or passago, havine BU
PKE10K ACCOMMODATIONS, applv
YH. G. LRWIN & CO.. Agonta
Notice is nUo alien lint, purmant to
tlm tiMius of .inl Ch.utnr, no stoiv'c
InilOer bball hi individually liable for
the debts of thu Corpoiallun, bevond
tin: amount vU.lih lmll be due uron
tlie Mini i) or hhii'S iiivuel oi hold by
hin.elf. W. M. OIPFAltD,
eeietaiv in. N. Ifvliu'uCo ,L'd.
HAMMERSMITH & FIELD,
Br. Jowirti 3 Its as'
Tin Only Scieasiflj Swine Remedy.
II eots to feed lln-is' Keniccly, as a
pievenihe and ane--rei of denense, fiom
fill eentt. lo 1 WT hoy; dm big its life
lluie. W"l'or sale viiili iiHtiuetlnn? for use
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
t',2( iivi ' nj Pint wtl eel.
5".S beuby a;iven to all pCMons that at
i. n iiu'Ptina; ol the shnieboldeis of
Pa.iiihnii Plant ition Co., (L'd), held on
the Utdiyot Miftu-i, WW. itwas voted
lo aeeept the Chuiter ol Ineoipor.itlon
dated Ju'y il, 18l0, and gi anted to them
anil tli' b nsociole and successors
umlci tho eorpoKitloii name and style of
PdCiuhau Plantation Co., Limitod.
And that tho Coiporatlon under snid
' Inn i er v.'1b c(u ) oifanizeil and elected
tho following named olllrcis, l..:
I'li'-iilcnt Wm. O. Iiwlu,
VRf-l'ii'sideiit Clans Spieekels,
Heert I u v & T're ism ei ?.
' W. M. Clffaid
Gtudlo, Ifo, 7 AtaUoi Htioct.
Foiuieilvof New Yoik, would lufmin
the public that she Is piepniod to 1111
all online for PsiMoJk, Oil, V.Uim Colois
mid India Ink t'oitiitltrf.
fj" Bimples of vvoik can bun-aunt
ritudlo ami Hamilton Hoiue P.irlui--.
HBWSTT & JACOBSEW,
Acrtiuata'atu, Colleatar', Oommlsaioa AjjuntsftuJ
CiCJto:n Uguio Urokfero.
Aro ut all time prep-ired to per.
tomianj uU3eripijiiu ol t lericul Wo k
mieh us Auditing Accounts,- Porting up
T radgioien't Hooks, Making Inventoiiu.s
of Block, lui grog-iint' Locil Uociimi ntn,
Lte. Oninpeieiit mi it Lilialilu Freight
CJfiksfor Uit-iicliveiy and tullvbig of
RjrOAIco at HcBiicr. i&ItmiBiii son's.
Queen street Post UHIco Ilox igf). Jlu.
lUi51TekpUe.no li-, licll Telephone Sill
nj-HE WORKNGMAN6 PAPE.R
JL "The DAllv JJidlotln." 60 ouutn
Notice is also given that, puiuantto
Ihe lei ins of B.dd Cli.ute't, no Mock
liohler shall bo Indiviihi.dlv lhiblo for
tbudebtn of tliu Coipoiatlon, beyond
the ninoimt which shall bo duo upon tho
hltai o or shaies owned or hold by hiui
fitft. W. A1.GIITAHD.
Secrctniy Paaulinii I'liiulatlon Co.
A Cure for Influenza !
PSyOur New Artotype lUustrnteii
C.iKdogiio scut free on application.
J 18 SUTTEIt BT.,
San Fianclfcco, t Callforuln.
- may 3-00-ly
No, SO Knnanu St, P. 0, Box 387,
Boot and Shoe Store.
Dn. ioziltts Hawaiian cherry con
DIAL, one of tho best remedies
(vnrpiepnied for coughs, asthma, lung
and chest tioublo, null si great ic-llof to
whooping I'uiigli and tluoat nlfeollon,
Ask lor Dr. Ujior's Hawaiian Cherry Cor:
illsl rold at
IIOf.LlSTHIt ,t GO'S.,
And IIKXssON, SMITH it GO'S.
I ibid your "Obony Coiillal" tho best
iiKillclno weliavo ever iiBeil for coughs,
i ohh and lung tioiible. All of our Na
tives, l'oituguesu, CTiiiicsonndJapauesa
w ill use no other. I uso nothing else In
inv own fnnillv. YoiuBtiuly,
O. A. CIIAPIN,
Manager Kohala Sugir Co.
Having hnd 10 years esporloneo In
the busbies, I am prepared to manu
facture to order fashionable hand
sew ed Ladles' & Gentlemen's Uoote &
Shoes. Also, French & American Soots
& Shoes iccolvTil by every steamer.
Pileeu reasonable. I solicit your pat
lounge. 591 am
Powcll'fi Baggage Express,
JJwiy or "Watson.
Furniture moving a speciality. Bng
gngo dollvered with promptness and
care to any part of city. Stand, corner
of King and Uetbel streets. Uoll Tele'-'
phono 479, Mutuil Telophone 67.
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
' lr. OlilVKU
Has removed from Fort rtrpet to Ho.
bello Lnno, Palruia.
Office Hounss 0 a. u. to 13 u. ard
p. m. to 0 v. u.
Mutual GOa-aTELQPHONESiarEoll 475
Ve bnvi) told a largo ipiantlly of youi
"Chciiy Coulial" at our plantation
Mnic, both at JCnnlia anil ICnpaa, aiul
can eheeifiilLv i c-command II foi bioii
Vei y lopcetfhlly youm,
Oi:o F. PAlltCIIILD,
(lO't tf Ti i'aui er MaLvu .Sugar U.
Kn.VWI Beans foi cattle nt 8 1.25;
100 pounds or 1 big. 2.5 cnnU,
AUo, Native Hay. Apply to McCiilhira
ntKaplolniilFaik, at houia of 12 noon
or 6 p. Mm or by Mutual Telephone No,
31. 822 lqi
No. 60 Nuuaim St., Honolulu,
Aud dealers In nil kinds of
;uMfc)mercti aiul Varnlshlnc: tioodil.
Alno, a full stock of Dry and Kmipy
Goods, Good lit guai anteed. iy7 8m
A NATURAL Mineral Water.
xjl sine only uy
W. S. LUCK,
Sole Agent & Importer for tho-Hn-wullftii
FIREWOOD for sale at Hawollan
('oniraerclal Balceroomi, corner of
Quern and Nuiiami streutg. 469 vf
t&ilzm jll. Ji u.'k atoSSw:
'.-rfrfiiiJt'.-.u.., ju. .