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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19, 1890.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
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A.M. I'.M. P.M.
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!):I9 2:4'J 5:36f
10:51 3:51 C:45f
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t Satin days only
Bktne Kllkltatfioui Pol t Tow nsend
Ilk (Juloma fiom Poi Hand ,
Stmt -I us Makeu fiom Itapaa
4-ui9td fchr ltobt Levveis, Penluillow,
'4 days from Port Towusend
Peru Allka fiom Komi and inkeua
Stiur Kuala (or Kauai at 4 p in
FOREICN VESSELS I ITpDrT
11 B M S Nymph, Tuinei, fiom Sua
USPS L'hailestoti. Real- dinlral
Brown, fiom a oiulse
USS Molilcnu, ) i oiu biiinoa
Japunusn muu-oMvar Tsukuba - Finn
liom ludlu via Austialia
Bktuo Muiy Wlukelinnii, NNUsou.fiom
Hk V B Uodfrey, It Dabel, from -an
JJk 1'iuist, Otteibeok, fiom New York
Tuiu a lieu A, .-lone, fioui Port Towu-
bktne Planter, Dow, from San Fian
clsco Bk Ulrvan, Angus, fiom Lheipno
Bk Wakefield, Howes, from New York
Bktne Skagit, Robinson, fiom Port
Bktne Katie IFllckluger, McRae, from
Brig W G Irwin, McCullock, from San
S S Australia, Houdlette, from -an
4-nistd sclir Robt Leweis, Penballow,
fiom Port Towusend
Bktne Kllkitat, Cutter, from Tort
Bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, fiom San
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
H B M Flagship Warsptto from British
July 10, due Nov 15-30
Am bk Edward May, D Mahany, from
Boston, sailed Aug 5, due Jan 1-15,
Br bk Charlotte, Bohudorf, from Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, due Jau 15-31,
Gr bk Santiago from New York, sailed
Sept 20, due Feb 20-28
Am bk llesper from Newcastle, N S V
Nor bk Vlvax from New Yoi k, sailed
Oct 10, due Mar 15-31, 1891
S S Farallou, S Boulduld. from San
Francisco and San Diego
S S Zealandla from San Fianclsco, due
Bk FUeshlre, JnoReld, from Liverpool,
sailed ept 28, duo Feb 15-28, 1891
Brig Consuclo, Jacobson, from ban
Bktue Discovery, McNeil, from San
Frauciseo, due Dee 2-8
Four-masted fchr Olga, Roding, from
Bk Ceylon from Uepailure Bay
Bk Coryphene from .Nanaimo
Bktne Amelia from Naualmo
From San Fianclsco .per bktne SN
Castle, Nov 18 .1 M Oat and wife, Mis
A L Oat, E R Oat, Mrs J C White, T (J
Wuite, Miss .N Miegioun, juiss uruus, it
L Auerbncb, C Wuith, J Buckley, Miss
F L Ellis, M W Done.
The steamer Klnau is hauled up on
the Marjne Railway for cleaning. She
will probably sail on her usual route
on Nov. 28.
The bark Coloma, Capt Noyes, arriv
ed off poit list night fiom Portland.
She is on her way to Hongkong.
The barkcutiue Klikitut. Capt Cutter,
arrived off port last evening, and was
towed in this morning. She is moored
In the naval row.
HUMS Tsukuba sailed last Mon
day for Yokohama, Japan.
Tho 4-instd tekooner Robert Lewers,
Captain Penballow, arrived early this
morning, 17K days from Poit Town
send, with 1)35,000 feet of lumber con
signed to Messrs Lewers & Cooke.
NEWS FROM THE WHALERS,
The whaling steamer Balaena,
under command of Captain Smith,
arrived in port last evening, eight
een days from the Behring Straits,
with 500 barrels of oil, 7000 pounds
of whalebone, two packages of fox
skins, one bundle of bear skins and
300 pounds of ivory, all of which is
consigned to tho Pacific Steam Whal
ing Company. Captain Smith re
portstbat, when ho left the stiaita,
the bark Abram Barker had 8
whales, the steamer Belvidero G.
bark Bounding Billow 6, steamer
Grampus 2, bark Ocean 4, Eliza 5,
Hunter 4, Jane Gray 2, Jessie II.
Freeman 1, James Allen 2, Narwhal
13, Northern Light 2J, Ilosnrio 2,
Kea Breeze 8, Thrasher (5, Wanderer
2, Beluga 17, John & Winthrop 8,
J, 1 West 2, Lydia 6, Sturoboul 2,
Orca 4, Alice Knovyles 2, Andrew
Hicks 2, F, A. HarBtow 2, Reindeer
1J, Sea Hanger 4, Triton fi, William
Baylies 4. Josephine 2 and Tamer
lane 12,-S. V, Alta, Nov, 2.
EVENTS THIS EVENINQ.
HorvlriiM v Hi, Alliliww'ii Cttthu
$prvio mQoiitrul Union (Jlmrvli,
m 7 1 HO.
HrIiii I.iiiIiu No. 1. If. nf 1
LOCAL &CENERAL NEWS.
An educated Hawaiian wants a
situation as clerk, etc.
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A dkbiuahi.k building loton Young
street is uuVrcd for sale.
Capt. Angus of tho dark Oil van
gives a nuitinn lu merchants else
where. Mr. Lewis J. Lucy will hold a spe
cial 8ilu to-morrow morning at 10
Auction bale of Prof. Hauvlet's
household furniture to-monow nioin
ing ut residence on Nuuanu Btreet.
The monthly meeting of the V.
C. T. U. will be held in the Y. M. O.
A. parlois ut 2:30 to-morrow afternoon.
Mil. Jus. F. Morgan will cell a line
lot of euitK", wagons und bugghs foi
Messrs lkewor & Co., to-monow ut
11a. in. N
Tub Sir Knights of the Uniform
Rank are n quested to appear at
Mystic Hall, K, of P., this evening in
full uniform ut half-past set en
A full attendance of the members
of Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of P., is re
quested Ibis evening. P. II. Biooks
division No. 1. U. It., two united to
The grand stand plan for tho base
ball season will be open for reeened
seats to-morrow, and for general
tickets Fiiday and Sntuiduy, at the
Hawaiian News Co.'s store.
A I'AHUOT whb to be adveilised lost
in.to-day's paper, but the bud turned
up in advance of the time of issue
It went homo "not for publication,
but us an evidence of good faith."
The Kainehaiiu'ha Glee Club will
give n concert on alonday evening,
UecCiubtii 15th, at tho Hawaiian
Opera House. Members of the club
will be assisted b Pi of. YaiiuUuy,
Mr. Orcar lleiold, of Calilmnin, and
Mr Paul It. lseubeig.
Mn. R. C. llarnfield, artist, lately
returned from his visit to British
Columbia, lie lost some of tin bene
fit of his trip by staying into seere
weather, but on the whole has im
proved in health. Several p timings
of scenery, some not yet finished,
are trophies of his trip.
Mn. F. Horn of the Pioneer Steam
Candy Faetoiy and Bakery hus his
twenty-seentb Thanksgiving notice
in uiiuthcr column. Mr. Horn makes
a new departure this year, winch will
be of interest to the ladies of Honolulu,
viz., he will roast at reasonable rates,
all kinds of fowls, hams, sucking pigs
and other meats for Thanksgiving
ILLNESS OF OR. ALLEN.
Dr. T. Allen, Government physi
cian for Hana, Maui, is very ill of
typhoid fever at Malulani Hospital,
Wailuku. Dr. Mouritz will take the
post temporarily if he can get away
in time from Court at Waiohinu,
Hawaii, where is in attendance as a
U. S. F. S. Charleston, )
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 5, 1890. j
During our stay in this port, Mi.
F. Horn has supplied us with bread,
cake and icts, und I, most cheerfully
commend him to all naval messes
for, the excellence of quality of arti
cle8 furnished, and moderate charges,
as well as promptness and l (.'liability.
I am pleased to give this testimo
ny in tavor of Mr. Horn who has
served me on many previous visits
to Honolulu in the same satisfactory
manner. G. W. Woods.
Medical Inspector, U. S. N.
PROFESSOR VAN TASSEL.
Professor Van Tassel, who visited
Honolulu several months ago, is now
in China, wheie he is having, a new
balloon of monster dimensions built.
It will be 85 feet in height and 72
feet in its greatest diameter; its
lifting capacity will be about 2,000
lbs., and it will contain when fully
inflated 109,000 cubic feet of gas.
During the last few months the
Professor and hi9 wife have made
many successful ascents in both
China and Japan. Mrs. Van Tassel
has taken the place of the unfor
tunate man lost here, and is repeat
edly making successful parachute
leaps at heights reaching a mile or
A large number of people took
advantage of Mr. Allan Hutchin
son's kind invitation to view his
latest work of art at his studio on
Nuuanu street yesterday afternoon,
Those present were both natives
and foreigners, among whom were
many well versed in the merits of
ait work, and quite a number who
were intimately acquainted with Lu
nulilo during his life. Tho verdict
of all who viewed the model was
unanimous to the point that the
reproduction of Luimlilu in clay,
from pictures of lliu dead King,
was an mn I vailed piece of art work
in which appeared as fuultlosu u
bust of l.iiuuiilo ii6 though taken hut
yestuiday from tlu living model,
An many other, who could nut hu
pri'Houlyesluiflfty, liuvu iumrumti'il u
iliulru to viuw tltu iihmIuI, Mr,
HiitubliiYon Imu liimlly coii.ciiUhI in
pluuo Hut work on (i-lilliHioii ukuIii
lliW iilli'inooii Imtnueii lliu hour of
'J ami A il'i'loelf
r.uuj ".-.. ; '-jit
BENEFIT TO PROF. SAUVLET.
There was but a small audience
at the benefit concert to Prof. Sauv
let j esterday evening. Tho merits
of the performance apart from other
considerations deserved n full house.
The Roial String Orchestra, eon
ducted by Bandmaster Berger,
Prof. Sativlct taking a hand with his
violin, played three numbers. Good
time was observed and the volume
of harmony was entranqitig. Ho
nolulu has at length an orchestra of
which it may ho proud.
A piano duet by tho Professor
and Mr. 11, Widemann was encored.
The elder musician was so pleased
with his junior's playing that he
foudly patted him on tho shoulder
in retiring tho first time. Prof.'
Siuvlet's "solo, a fantasia of Tlnil
bcrg, was an exhibition of piano
playing such as the community is
iarely given to enjoy. Mr. Th.
Wolff's zither solo was quite pleas
ing, the iiiidience demanding moic.
Mr. P. H. Idcnbcrg, in his solo
"Wanderlied," was in excellent
voice and won nn enthusiastic en
core. Miss F. J. Nolle appeared in
two numbers a cavntinaof Atninsi,
and Blake's "Beautiful Waltz"
receiving the cordial reception that
is now her established due. She
was loudly encored both times, and
icspoiided with snatches from "The
Mikndo." Miss S. II Patch sang
"To Sc villa" upon a warm weleouio
of her appeal ance, and also paid
double toll to the appreciation of the
audience. Mrs. E. Gray sang "O
Luce di Quertauitna," in pure notes
and clear enunciation, responding
to a recall with a lucid and laugh
FROM A WOMAN'S STANDPOINT.
I noticed a letter in the Adver
tiser of Nov. 14tlj, signed "House
keeper," purporting to represent a
woman's view of the labor question.
1 am a womau and a housekeeper
also and desire to state my expeii
ence and examine this question trom
another standpoint. I have em
ployed domestic servants (in this
country) mostly Chinese, dining a
period of about nine years and have
fouuel tbcm as a rule lazy pilfereis.
But every rule has some exceptions ;
these however were but few.
Enquiiing minutely into their
habits I have-not found them clean ;
they would sweep the middle of any
apartment, but not the corners. In
the kitcheu I have caught them at
many llltliy tricks; but the most
noticeable feature in their character
(as I have found them) was their
total want of gratitude. Be as kind
as could possibly be to them, they
would Uave you on a sick bed with
out ever giving you notice and if
they had the slightest suspicion that
an' of the household were going to
die they would immediately evacuate
the premises : so that in your direst
need you were left to your own re
sources. I count that during those years I
have kept a school for Chinamen,
(although not ostensibly doing so)
tuition in all classes of domestic
work for which I ought to have been
paid highly, but for which instead
of receiving fees I paid them,
allured by hopes of receiving later
Borne bentlit for my care. Tain
When ray imitative heathen genius"
began to be of some slight use, he
so "inueliee heap sabed" that be
want, d his wages raised, to more,
far more than he was worth. Fail
ing in this he immediately betook
himself elsewhere. J. lie best part
or the time he did not give me this
chance, but left without any warn
ing at all, so that I found I had to
depend on myself. The shortcom
ings of the Chinese have taught me
self-reliance. I am like the house
keeper of twenty-Uve years ago, who
never knew on waking in the inoi n
ing whether she had a cook to
get her breakfast or whether
she had to do it herself;
having been in the latter predica
ment bo often I am getting used to
it and should not fret if they, (the
Chinese) were all deported from tho
As to the "substitute which the
Chinese cook hinmlt now provides
when he wishes to leave" it is
another case of receiving a new
pupil gratis; which (to say the
least), i3 rather wearing. If we
could not piocure these insufficient
faithless servants, we should cease
to depend on them and one of the
scourges of the housewife would bo
removed. As to those families whose
incomes are the lowest, they are
apt to do without such expensive
luxuries. L'altua Paiite.
DLFORh U'CIILLV, J.
Ill equity. Sinn Wai L'o. et. al.
vs. KwHiiChonj?. Accounting. Ileaiv
iug on deinurier. Allied and de
cision reserved. W. U. Castle for
plaintiffs; J. M. Davidson for tie.
In Hie htiukruptuy of Alut of Wai
uluu. Six tliiium were proved,
uinuiiiitiiiK lo 82180. J. The a.
Hliiott I nut ynl appointed,
Tlnu I,iiii vh convli'ii'il of
opium in poiituMblfiii, lu'iiimu'i' lining
buvpiiiiiitMi fur I nn i v miy
WlirU Ul) UllbUt Iff lIllUlkmillDkit,
Huvurnl uilinr uaun ui ri'iimiiilml.
THE FIRST GAME.
The first game of the serlcB be
tween players of the Hawaiian Base
ball League and the "Californlns,"
will bo played next Saturdny after
noon, provided the steamer Zealau
dia arrives oil time.
Tho nine picked from the home
league players for the first guAe
only, is given below, together with
tho California players :
Uonolulu. l'osltlom Caltrofulas.
Wilder . . ,c itcber Ward
Meek pitcher. Q Pal roll
U'oilehousc .. 1st base Powers
Whitney 2lbuu O'Day
I'riedciiberg.. . 3d base How ai d
Chandler .. ..Mioutop Rlelly
Lnc.n right Held Crcuner
Coyne center field Sharp
Com adt left Held Calilll
LATEST FOREIGN NEWS.
CnOLEilA IN TOKOIIAMA.
S in Francisco, Nov. G. A circu
lar trom the Department of .Health
in Yokohama, Japan, dated October
10, 1890, received at the Health
Olilee in this city, stales that be
tween October 7th and 15th the
cases of cholera in that city num
bered 17,- and there were 12
deaths from that disease. The total
number of cases of cholera reported
since the ouibicnk of the epidemic
were 8G8, und 519 deaths.
STEEL PIIODUCT10NIN AMERICA.
Washington, Oct. 31st. A pre
liminary report of the Census Buieau
shows a total of production of steel
in the United States during the last
fiscal year of 4,46G,92G tons, com
pared with 1,145,711 tons during
the year ended May 31, 1880, an in
cicase of 3,321,215 tons or 290 per
cent. There has been a like heavy
inctcase in all varieties of steel pro
duction, and the United States now
leads all other countries in the
manufacture of Bessemer steel rails,
the output the pat fiscal year being
2,036,034 tons, an increase of
1,295,179 tons over the year ended
May 31, 1880.
A NEW MINISTER FROM Sl'AIN.
Madrid, Oct. 29th. The Olllcial
Gazette announces the appointment
of Senor Gunnes, Spanish Consul
General at New York, as Minister
to the United States.
THE PUNISHMENT COMPLETE.
London, Oct. 29th. Late advices
from Zanzibar state that Admiral
Fremantle has captured Vitu and
burned the town to the ground.
The defense committee of the
Sydney, N. S. W., strikes has an
nounced that it will dissolve.
Lord Coleridge, Lord Chief Jus
tice of England, is ill.
Maurice Bernhardt, son of Sarah,
has challenged Morris the dramatic
critic to fight a duel, on account of
comments on his mother's perform
ance in "Cleopatra."
Judgments have been entered
against the Duchess of Marlborough
in England for S 700,000 of debts.
Lot For aulol
LOT of Land 100 feet
front by 14 feet denth.
on Young street, near Kee
auuiuku street. Apply to
J. M. VIVAS.
SITUATION as clerk, copyist, or
V to do gener d work in an oillce or
store, either in town or in the country,
is wanted by an educated Hawaiian.
Good n fcrences given if required. Ad
diess "K," ibis oillce. 714 3t
ENGLISH Governess requires situa
tion In a gentleman's family. Ex
perienced and has excellent testimo
nials Would take sole charge if io
qulred Address "G. L.," this ofllce
ITUATFOV as Clerk or Assistant
i. ; Bookkeeper In ufllui- or stoie Au
dits W. K hALTEK.
70d tf P O. Bux 1!1H.
FIRST-OLASS drihBinakero; good
pay; only experienced hands need
apply, i ornr Fuit and Hotel Htioots
(over Ehillch's drv goods store).
WANT IS D
MAKKIKD Couple, tlienllotodo
the cooking and housework the
huMiaud lo attend to outside work,
liorfes, fowls, uillkim; Addiesx "lla
vvall.i'i O tilcli Faun," Knploluui I'aikj
Mutual Teh phone M'i, li'J.S if
.1 M. WIJIT.VKY Is happy to
announce to his natrnus and
friends lu Honolulu and elsewhere, that
henceforth ho will ho assisted in IiIh
dental moms by Or A E NKH0LS. grad
uate of the St. Louis Denial College,
and fin Mweral yonis a siicce-'sfiil prao
lloner lu Pabuijeiia. California Olllue
Iiouib a helore fiom SillO a. si. to 4 ::I0
i'. m. nm i in
IN o i: i o is !
I'arciuter. uf Lois at Pearl Gily will
Please Take Notice.
'I'lllIOuliuHalhwiy .V LuiulCu, Imvti
1 inula iiiMiigi'iiimilN to ili'lhi'i
liiiiilmr mnl nil Mini uf UuiMIng iMuie.
i In 1 nl Ilia I'i'iiil (Illy rilallun at ihi
rnuulai Honolulu pilrnn,
Tlii 'Mrlug i" hiHlJ 'i i I'imiii'Iij
UI'UII 'llll'"l'l II) llll' I'lllliplli lUIIl'
lull ii iIm' ''HiiMii)' olllwe fur tin linn
F. HORN'S PIONEER
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
They will have a large supply on hand
of their well-known
GOOD uuil lAIClir
For this coming Thanksgiving
To tlio Ladies of Hoiiolnlo !
SOT I will Roast Turkeys, Chickens,
Ducks, Gec-o, Flams, Sucking Pigs and
other meat to order at reasouable rales
for Thanksgiving Day.
Proprietor of the Pioneer bteam
Candy Faetorv & Bakery.
On SATURDAY EYENING, Roy. 22d,
By kiud permission of Commander
Turner and Officers,
The Amutour Dramatic Company
Of U. M. S. Xymphe, will give a
D It A M A T 1 O
In Aid of the Sallois' Home.
The performance will commence with
inn Laughable Farce, entitled :
' Leave it To Me."
Display of Light Iufantry Drill!
bongs and Dances I
And to conclude with the Well, known
" Borrowed Plumes."
BfBox Plan for reserved seats u ill
be opened on Fiiday morning, Nov.
21st, at 9 o'clock, at the office of L. J.
President of Co ..Lieut. P. C. Musgrave
Stai;e Manager Mr. W. Sims, U. N.
HAIMERSIITH & FIELD,
118 MUTTER ST,
Sllveiware, Silver Jewelry,
Silver Mounted t aues,
Mlvur Mounted Umbrellas,
Onyx Mantel clocks.
Gold Pens & Pencils,
Fine L.eatlior GoocLn,
Reliable Goods at Reasonable
ItiyCatalogue sent to any address free
jttf-MHll orders promptly and care
fullyexecuted. tSTDiamonds and Piecious Hlones
mounted in the latest styles,
Our Last Club
Ih Now Being Formed!
And if you are thinking of joining a
club dojuot delay It any longer, as we
cannoc take your namo after the Otb
club lias been organized. Join now as
It N your last chance to go in one of our
clubs and secure a
Solid 14 Karat Gold Watch for
$1.00 Per Week.
Mon lay altcmoon, November 17th, the
following drew tbeir watched:
t'Liui 1 Member No. 38.
Cum a Member No. iG.
('Lun a Member No. C.
lli.uii 4 Member No. IG.
Ci.un 5 Member No. 57.
i. F. WlckM M-CMi.
i-di) i m
ELECTION of OVF10KR8.
AT the annual meeting of the. stock
holdcih of Wlhler'h Steamship
Co., (L'd), held at their olilee lu tj(',a
cit),Nnv. I7tli, the following officers
wen- ic-olt'ctid to ei during the en
Win. (J. Wilder
.liio P. Ilielfeld
Milll'l II, Jlnho..,
Mllll'l II. Kom:..,
Win. V Allen...
h. It. ItOnK,
17, Itt'JO. 7ia iw
Pianoforte Tuner & Repairer,
Him p moved In IHO I ml llnul,
Tin inlili ni'ii foi mm ly mumplm) by Dr.
IImIi'Uimiii ln led ul Ih I). MHIIum'
llaiilnnl WaiitliiMUH. lift I'llll Hfl'lUl
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bouds, and upon
ture of inBuranco goes with every Bond.
The following aro a few of tho many attractivo forms offered by this
original and progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
Tho Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and tU
From the JTeto Fork Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
Tlui LargUHt BuhIuuss Ever Transacted by a Lil'o Ahsut-
The new business ot tho Equitable Lifo Assurance Society of Now
York for tho first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fivtt
Million Dollars. This is at the rato of two hundred millions of atmr
ancefor tht year, and .is unprecedented in tho annals of life assuranco.
JSTlnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oOlco.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
EGAN & WmW
NO. 77 FOIiT STREET.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN EXTRA NEW STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trunks, &c.
ALSO, A FIXE LINE OF
Exercising ShirtS & TihtS, in Black and Fast Colors.
Members of tho Alhletic
they have but a few on hand.
For Thanksgiving, Ghristma
AND IS AG W Y AC A.A&
1 50 FAT U IMT-FJBD 1 5 0
B&- EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Telephones, No. 119.-
Ohas. I'ustace, King Street.
Having leased tho stores in the brick building known as the
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite tho old stand, and having disposed
of that portion of my block dam iged by tho lato fire, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last steamer, and more on the way, I
am prepared to fill all orders as before. Thanking the public for
the liberal patronage bestowed oi. me for the past seven yfrars, I
hope by prompt attention to all i rders to merit a continuance of the
same. At the new stand shall bi pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones an may find it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
New Goods !
PENNSYLVANIA" & NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
HAVILAND CHINA, bILVER PLATEDWARE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS. ALo,
WJML r. A'lfSsCAAEJIt.'S
Famous Grand Active it Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
any other Btovo in cxlHianco.
f0T No Hrick Work Abmil It ' 0 .lust a Clean Out Blove '
Whoeo Baking Qualitiesare Unsurpassed
&r vm ham', nv tiii;
Hawaiian Hardware OoM
Th additional fea
lb desiring suits Bhould call early, as
No. OS Fort Htrcot.
-P. O. Box 372.
New Goods !
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