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MONDAY, DEC. 15, 1890.
0AI1U RAILWAY & LANW5
Tu Til Wo V.IXrrt Octolioi' ii.l. 1N1JO
A.M. A.M. P.M. T.M.
Loavo Honolulu.. 0:15 8:15 1:45 4:1)01
Arrlvo Hnnoiitiull. 7 :2C !l:l'J 2:4!) C:3Cf
Loavo llonnullult. 7 :30 10:51 8:G1 fi:45f
Arrlvo Honolulu.. 8 :;I5 11:55 4:G5 G:50)
t Saturdays only.
Stinr Llkcllkc from lliunakita
Stmr Mikaliala from JCiuinl
Stmr Mokolll from Molokal
Bktno S N Cnstle, Hubbard, for Sun
Stmr ICtinla for Kauat at 4 p m
Stmr J Cummins for Koohui
Stmr Mokolll for Molokui at 5 p ui
Schr Luka for Kobala
Sclir Lavinla for Kauai
Schr Mary for llaualcl
VE3SE S LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Ger S 8 Chusau, Wcndt, for Hongkong
Stmr Mikaliala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr V G Hall for Hawaii and Maul at
10 a ui
CARGOES FROM ISLAND TORTS.
Stmr Likellko 8500 bags sugar.
Stmr Mikaliala 5303 uajjs faugar, 133
hides and 40 bags lice.
Stmr Mokolll 110 slieep and 12 calves.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala, Dec
14 A'McBryde, MissMcUrydu, J Buck
ley, A Schult., A M Sproull, Mrs S
Bcrteltunnn, Mr 11 alio way, J R Maln
mouut, O Schnllz, W A Manifold, A K
Kaiwi, 2 Chinese and f8 deck.
For tan Francisco, per K M S S Mari
posa, Deo 13-Miss White, D 15 Winton,
Lleuts Ham and Manifce, F A Lom
bard, F L Stpltz, Mis J B Hopkins, Mrs
Hogiln, Jno Dyer and wife, Judge S B
Dole, llou K It Hind and wife, M Paget,
K Paget and 10 steerage daSMjugers.
From Sau KrancUco, per schr Olga,
Dec 12 Mrs E II Wallace, II Wood, G
Eamyd, O II Lowell, M 3- Mobley and
Ft om Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W
G Hall, Dec 12-Judge II F Bickerton
and wife, MisS Bickerton, P C Jones,
Tom May, Ur G Foote Chas Creigbton,
O II Miller and wife. F L Stotz, Judge
A N Kcpoikai, T B Lyons. U L Garter,
D Kabanu, .1 O Searle, C Binning, A A
Todd, Akaua, Mis .1 Keawebawaii, L
Acboy, A O Pistana, A Smitb and 106
For .San Francisco, per bktue S N
Castle, Dee 15 Mits Pazario, Mrs F L
Clarke, Miss Claike, Mr Woitb, Miss
Qunner, J F Noble and wife and B
The stmr Claudlne is duo from Maul
Tbe stmr Likelike brought down
8300 bags sugar from Hamakua, and
&he is snipping them on boaid the Aus
The stmr Lehnn goes on the Marino
Railway to-day to be cleaned.
The stmr W C Hall did not take any
freight or passengers at her last called
port at ICailua, on account of her being
lieavilv loaded and rough weather.
The BMSS Aianposa took from this
poit Saturday, Dec 13,2,150 bigs rice
and 1,300 bunches bananas.
The stmr Claudino was still at Kahn
lui without discharging auy of her
cargo on account of rough weather,
when the stmr W G Hall left Maui on
Thuiday, Dec 11th.'
The stmr Mikaliala is discharging her
cargo of sugar on board the baikentlne
The stmr W G Hall will take only
Lahaina passengcis this trip, and all
Lahaiua treight will go by the Xuwalaul
The bktne S N Castle sailed for San
Francisco at noon to-day, with a large
cargo of our domestic products amount
lhg to 14,91)0 bags sugar. The following
were the shippers: O Brewer & Co,
7100 bugs sugar; T II Davies & Co, G814
bags sugar; Castle & Cooke, 900 bags
sugar. Domestic value, 70,575.95.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
H B M S Nymph, Turner, from San
USS Mohican, from Samoa
Tern Allen A, Sloge, from Port Town
send Bktue Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco Bk Glrvan, Angus, from Lherpool
Bk Wakefield, Howes, from Now York
4-mstd schr Rout Lowers, Penhallow,
Bktne Klikit.it, Cutler, from JPugot
Bk Columbia, Goodman, from Port
Ship Guardian, Maden, from Port
Am bk Edward May, Mahuny, from
S S Australia, Houdlettc, from San
Am 3-masted schr JohuGNoith, Ipsen,
4-inastcd schr Olga, Rodin, from San
Bk Discovery, McNeil, fiom San Fran
cisco FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Bk Flfcshire, Jno Held, from Liverpool,
sailed ept 28, duo Feb 15-28, 1891
Bk Ceylon from Depaituro Bay
Bk Coryplieuo from Nanaiuio
II B M i'lagshlp Wurspite fiom British
Br bk Charlotte, Bohudorf, from Liver
pool, sailed Sept 2, due Jan 15-81,
Gr bk Santiago from New York, sailed
Sept 20, iluu Feb 20-28
Am bk Ilesper from Neweuttle, N S W
Norbk Vlvax fiom Now York, tailed
Oct 15, duo Mar 15-31, 1891
S S Farullou, K Boiiillold, from San
Francisco and Sau Diego
Bk Forest Queen from I'oi t Qamblo
Tlii:iti: aro about M0 Ohiticvo pas
senger, for the Ktoainor Chilean, that
sails for llimgfcoug at 11 a, m. to
moriuw, JtutJiru permits to Oil have
been ibsuod uVtho Foreign Olllco.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
AN imlnstiious woman for gonoral
housework is wanted.
The Y. M. C!. A. biblo class will bo
omitted this week.
The sli'umur Austialia will sail
Friduv as iidvorlisrd.
Sr,T of nfllee fuiniluro is wanted.
Apply to "Luning," Pott Oinco.
Mn Justice McCully presides at
Supremo Court Uliunibors this week.
Two furniBlicd rooms within ten
minutes' walk of tho Post Oillco aio
A good cook can get a placo by
calling at jMaefarlano & Co.'s, Kaa
Thk stockholders of tho British
Club will meet for important business
Tm: Hawaiian Hnrdwuro Co.'s
storo will bo kept opon on Tuesday
and Saturday evenings.
A native named Mahclona mado
a find of thirty dollars in gold in tho
now ground of the esplanade.
A Chinese passenger for the Chu
Min has been caieless enough to lose
both his ticket and return permit.
Wing Wo Tai & Co., Nuuanu
street, oiler a large and, tempting
variety of Christinas and New Years
Messiis. Ehlers & Co. arc to the
fiont with : fine line of Christmas
goods and novelties. Their stole will
be open of ovenings.
Mn. Jas. F. Moigan will hold an
evening sale of new bonks, also lugs,
to-nioirow. Tho gnoiU will be on ex
hibition all day ptevious.
The moulding shop of the Union
Trou Woiks is to be widened by about
25 feet, taking in ne.uly the whole
bteudth of what was once Kaumaua
Mr. Thomas LiiuLay is displaying
a largo assortment of Christmas
jewelry, including kukui jewelry,
diamonds and tho latest novelties in
gold uud silver watches.
There are no new cases of diphthe
ria reported. Tho Beretania street
case is well and the quarantine of the
lioubo is niised. All of the Vineyard
blreet patients are improved to-day.
Messiis. Egan & Gunn are offering
special bargains in holiday goods,
comprising every variety of furnish
ings for both ladies and gentlemen.
A largo stock of fancy presents also
Hubash & Khugek call attention
to a fine selection of diamond rings,
pins, bracelets, ladies' and gentle
men's gold and silver watches and all
kinds of jewelry suitable for holiday
A special meeting of the Hono
lulu Arion will be held to-night at
7 :30 sharp at the Engine Hall No. 1.
All members are requested to be pre
sent; business of importance will be
The Up-Town Book Store, popu
larly known as "Suntu Olaus Head
quarters" has a now and attractive
advertisement in another column,
which everyone should read before
making Christmas purchases.
John Sweeney, who was sentenced
about nine months ago to one year's
imprisonment nt hard labor and to
pay a lino of .$500, for smuggling
opium, bolted fiom the chain gang
on Thur.-don avenue Satuiday and is
still at laigo.
A private letter from Mr. R. W.
Meyer, ICalae, Molokui, says it rain
ed there fiom 2 p. m. Monday till 1
or 2 iv. m. Wednesday. Over 1GJ
inches fell up to 7 a. ni. Tuesday,
and the total rainfall for the two days
was 20 2-100 inches.
Large hush fires started in the
Kboluu mountains Sunday afternoon
about three o'clock, and continued
burning late into tho night. They
could bo plainly seen at times from
town after nightfall raging with great
fury owing to tho high winds pre
vailing. A new uniform has been adopted
for tho city police. It is of dark blue,
with blight blue tiimming, including
a stiipe on the leg and insertions in
tho coat tails. Tho brass buttons
have "C. P." in fancy letters. Offi
cers' coats aro double breasted and
those of privates single,
The shooting of ti Chiuaman at
Waimeu, Kauai, previously repotted
in this paper, is a inyscery, He was
shot in his hoiidO at night, Tho bul
let pasbed cle.ir through bis body and
was lost, so that there is not oven tho
clue ns to tho caliber of weapon em
ployed by the assassin,
The second performance of Olivo
Boikloy's "Little Lord Fuuntleroy,"
with "Editha's Burglar" thrown in,
proved most acceptable to a medium
iiotiso Saturday night. Piineess He
gent Liliuokalani and Princess Poo
niaikolani patronized tho perfoim
anco, being attended in tho royal box
by His Excellency J. A. CununinB,
Mr. Jiib. W, Robort60ii,Vice-Cliainber-,
lain, and Mrs. Robertson,
! The second lantern exhibition of
tho Hawaiian 'Camera Club, given
Thuisday o veiling but inadvertently
ovonooicuu niiueno, was u success in
spito of tho rain, Slides furnished
by tho Boston Camera Club und tho
views in Europo and Palestine imulo
an ugreoahlo addition to the homo
club's collection, Tluio was a good
attendance uud all prm-ont senmed
to bo well pleased with both the pic
ture uud the Una piogruuuuoof mu
iWULX BULJblDTJN IMJAUliUliU, iL L.;
Then Bad "Woather Takes an
Inning and Spoils tho
Preliminary SportnA l.nnc Throw
-Torlii'it tin- Champion
There was an obvious improve
ment in the attendance at Saturday's
baseball match, the last of the inter
national series, as compared with
several previous games. A largo
proportion of the speetators were on
hand an hour before the hall game,
to see the series of sports that were
advertised. Some of tlio entered
contestants were, however, not fell
ing in' condition and only two of the
events came off.
Luahiwa, Rcilly, Cat tor and Sharp
threw the ball three UiaN each.
Reilly, of the California nine, .was
the winner, throwing 314 feel. J.
O Carter, jr., and Luahiwa, of the
Hawaiian League, made the next
The hundred yards' running race
was easily won hy J. L. Torheit of
Honolulu, in 11 seconds. He was
able to look at his opponent, Fairelt
of California, over ma shouluer in
the finishing quarter.
The St. Louis College band play
ed a number of selections in the
hour preceding the game. Thfir
playing was excellent and the kind
ness of the faculty in granting the
free use of the band is worthy ol pub
THE BALL GAME.
A "dark horse" entered the pitch
er's box for the NewLIawaiis, in the
person of Mehcula, of the Kamcha
meha Juniors. lie gave good pro
mise of being a coming terror in the
Hawaiian League, as the Califoinias
only got three baso hits in six in
nings, while two strikes were-called
on them frequently. His inexpe
rience told against him m the sev
enth inning, when a decision that
he had balked seemed to break him
up altogether; but fortunately
that inning does not count, as rain
stopped the game before any of the
Californias were out. The wet ball
also is responsible for the total col
lapse of the Ilawaiis' game iu that
1. New Ilawaiis to bat. Pr3'ce
and Lawelawe, good batters both,
failed to hit Uahill's delivery, and
Karaakuuahoa (Dan) went the same
way after Mahuka had made a clean
base hit. 0.
Cahill hit into Luahiwa's hands.
Farrell got base on balls, but Ka
makauahoa pinned him at second,
and Hulcn hit a fly to Carter. 0.
2. Puhau was put out first by a
throw from Ward, Carter by the
same fiom Ilulen. Davis got first
on Reilly's error, but Ward cut him
off stealing second. 0.
Powers and Sharp went out at
first, from Prthau and Luahiwa re
spectively. Reilly reached fust on
a wild throw by Pryce, but attempt
ing to steal second was put out by
Meheula to Mahuka to Pahau. 0.
8. Luahiwa faithfully maintain
ed his unbroken record of strikes
from the previous game. Meheula
got base on balls, mid on Pryce's
hit went out with him hy fine double
play Creamer to Powers to Cream
Creamer made a base hit, stole
second, to third ou passed bail, and
made tho first run on Leveque's out
at first from Luahiwa. Ward drop
ped a fly to Pahau. Cahill hit a
single, but had a close call from a
splendid throw by Carter. He was
forced out at second on Farrell's
4. Lawelawo, Mahuka and Ka
makauahoa hit flics in quick succes
sion to Creamer, Sharp and Powers
Hulen tipped a foul toKumakaua
hoa, Powers was ciphered at first
from Pahau, as was Reilly, leaving
his predecessor, Sharp, who got first
on Luahiwa's error, ou his stolon
second. 0, total 1.
5. Pahau guve a tipper to Ward,
Carter flung about wildly throu
times, Davis was intercepted at (list
by CahilPs throw. 0.
Creamer hit a fly to Pryce ; Le
veque hit a single, got to thiid on
Ward's double, but was downed at
tho plate hy Luahiwa's prompt
throwing to tho catcher. Calull got
first on Prycu's fumble, second on
throw home. Farrell was third out
by Luahiwa to Mahuka. 0, total 1.
0. Luahiwa unci Meheula struck
foul flics, which wcro welcomed by
Powets and Ilulun respectively, and
Pryce sent a straight fly to Sharp.
Hulen hit into Puhuu's suro
clutches. Powers, base ou balls,
fulled iu stealing second from tho
catcher's vigilance, und Sharp rap
ped u fly to Cuitor. 0, total 1.
In the ucxt inning, uncounted,
Lawelawe struck out, and Mitliuku
uud Kntuuknuulioa euch gave Ilulun
n fly cateli. Reilly got base on
Prycc's nuttf, and was advanced by
the pitcher's balk that gave Cream
er first. Thou followed Levequo,
single i Ward, balls ; Cahill, Binglc ;
PuriclU bails; Hulen, triple; Pow
ers, balls; Sharp, double; Rcilly,
tiiplo hit, home on throw pa9t third.
Ten runs were scored and nobody
out, when tho sometime drizzling
rain became a shower and the game
Following is the official score by
Mr. J. W. Winter :-
A.U. R. D.H. O. A. S.
Pryce, ss 3
Lawelawe. r f 3
Mahuka, lb 3
Kuiimkiiiiiihoa o ... 8
Caitur, 1 1 2
DavKof 2 ,
Ludilwa, 3b 2
Meheula, p 2
0 0 2 12
0 0 0 0 0
0 1 6 1 0
0 0 2 2 0
0 0 5 4 0
0 0 2 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 0 12 1
0 0 0 2 0
0 1 18 12 3
A n. R. 11.11. O. A. B.
Ciihll, p 3
F.m oil. If 2
Power, lb 2
blinrp, c f 3
Ruihy ss 2
CivuiiH-r, b a
Loveque, r f 2
Waul, c 2
0 0 0 0
0 7 0 0
0 2 0 0
12 2 0
10 0 0
15 2 0
.21 1 4 18 7 1
Scoie by innings -
.0 00 0000
.0 0 1000-1
Kained run California 1.
Two base hit Ward.
Double play Creamer, Reilly aud
Hii'es on balls By Meheula 2,
Passed balls Kamakauahoa 2, Ward
Stiuck out Pryce, Lawelawe, Ka
nvikati hoa, Carter, Luahiwa.
Uniplies Whltni-y and Parker.
THE NEW WATCH CLUB.
By joining the California Watch
Club every person may select his
watch, (either ladies' or gentle
men's) which will be saved and de
livered when the member draws his
watch, Mr. Schreiber, recently
from the Coast, has charge of the
club and comes well recommended
as a reliable business man. The
club will be open evenings until 8
OAMARINOS' Refiigerator arrived
per S. S. "Australia" with the
follow ingfi nits, etc.. in plentiful sup
ply: Fiesh Frozen Ojstera In tins aud
shi'U, Celeiy, cauliflowers, Cabbage,
Appies, I'eus. ur.ipes. Kuts and Dried
Fiuits, Kulsiiio, Fig, Etc., Etc.
735 3t California Fruit Market.
Sa t TWO Niee'y FurnLhed
i&iy-VR Rooms (parlor and Bed
& room) ; 10 minutes walk from
Post Office, address with price "A. B."
Bulletin Office. 73C St
A GOOD Cook can got a situation-by
MaCFARLANE & CO.,
73G It Kaahumanu street.
QECONL-HAND Office Desk, Table,
i J t hair and Fire Proof Safe. Apply
"Lulling," Tost Ofllce. 730 3t
A MEETING of the stockholders of
r tho Biltlh Club will be held on
THUR-D y, the 18th instant, at 7:30
p. in., at lhe Club room A full attend
ance is icquested, important business
being under discussion.
Honolulu, Dec. 15, 18U0. 73b 3t
f EiER & CO,
No, 92 FORT ST,,
Are now showing a Large New
Stock of Goods suitable for the
Holidays, comprising Diamond
Jewelry of all kinds; Brooches,
Ennings, Bracelets, Bangles,
Lace and Scarf Plus, Rings,
Ladles' and Gents' Gold and
Sliver Watches and Watch
Chains, Native Jewelry, Clocks,
Silverware, Gold Ueaded Canes,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
tSSr Prices within the reach
of all. Give us a call. 728 lm
GIRL (German preferred) to do
general housework in a small
private family, must bo over 15 years of
nge. Apply at this office. 733 Ot
lIRST-CLASS dressmakers; good
i pay; only experienced hands need
apply. orn-r Fort and Hotel streets
(over Elullch's dry goods store).
K tHUKU RANCH, Kau, Ha
waii. 184,000 acres For
fuiihcr particulars, apply to
BY n elngle gentleman a
Kinnll Iflll-llUliail I'nt-
i!i tuge. AUdrett "N." this
I office. 732 8t
D&CBMHEfft 16, xmJu
II 1 IT O ftJ l'
Kfuw viHirc AT XT!iTinnnmi
UUVfl) HIHO X UMLUUllO-t
MP"ubioribcrs desiring chances
m their subscriptions to mnga
zincs and newspapers will kindly
not if v us for outcome mail.
gaF"All subscription. have
0PNo need to GIVE dolls away
to inuuee traae, our pne- defy com
petition. 0TW5 do not GIVE laces and
dress goods away, but ws do offer
Iu our own legitimate line at
see our maonificent line op
From 20 cents each and
CELLULOID DRESSING SETS,
Presentation Cups & Saucers,
Diaries for 1891,
Xmao Cards, Etc., Etc
Thus. G. THRUM,
730 lOt Proprietor.
Diamonds & Other Precious
LATEST NOVELTIISS IN
Gold & Silver Watches
OPENED EVENING -a
WING W0TA! CO,,
2Vo. US nnnnu Avenue.
Have received per S. S. "Chusan"
from Hongkontj und Yokohama
Ebony & Pearl Hall Furniture,
Satin Pillow Shami,
A FINE ASSORTMENT Of
Silk Shawls & Handkerchiefs,
Crape Silk, Fern Pote,
DINNER and TEA SETS,
Of the latest patterns ;
Irosli Crop Ton,,
No. 1 Manila Oigars,
From and after this date, a Regular
Freight Train will leave Honolulu for
Ilonouliuli and way Statione, Every
Day (excepting Sunday), at 10
o'clock a. .m.
gj8 Hereafter no Freight will be
roceived for shipment, by Passenger
Truine, except by special arrange
ment. OAHTJ RAILWAY fc LAND CO.,
W. G. Ashley, Supt.
Honolulu, Deo. 9, 1890. 730 lm
BUOWN LEGIlOimS 1
BROWN Leghorn Cocke
lelsforsa e, guaranteed
thoioughbred. Address "Ha
waiian Ostrich Farm," Ka
plolanl Park; Mutual Tele-
Zu Yerkaufen !
Ut'ber Land & Meer,
Zur gutcu tJtunilo,
Werho vou Sauinrow, etc.
Nuehvres zu crirngen In der Expedl
tlou dlcai'g Ulattes. 732 lw
A WOMAN to take care of children
and to do cuambcrwork. Apply
at thU otlk, 7Si Sir
Photographers, Attention !
MESSRS. HOLLISTER & CO.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED Ex "AUSTRALIA" ANOTHER SUPPLY OF
M. -SL Seed Dry Plates I
ACKNOWLEDGED BY PROFESSIONALS AND AMATEURS
Best Photographic Plate Extant.
FOR SALE BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
100 Fort Streut.
New Goods !
MESSES. KING BROS.
ARE MOW PREPARED TO SHOW THE VERY BEST ASSORT
MENi' OF PUBLICATIONS IN
Etchings, Artotypes, Photogravures,
ENGRAVINGS, Etc., Etc.
Also, a choice lino of
Hunt's & de Graft's Pastel Pictures.
For those desiring Hawaiian Subjects, they have to oT r
PAINTINGS & WATER Cji.0RS ! ,
By Jules Tevernier, Jos. D. Strong, D. Howard Hitchcock, R. O. Barufleld
and others, beside a great variety by their own artist, W. Y. Stone, who hm
produced the finest ChristmuB OurdB of a Hawaiian Nature ever offered to
tho public of Honolulu.
Among other things, they hae to offer a vary choico line of
LADIES' & CENT'S LEATHER GOODS,
Purses, Pocket Books, Cigar Cases, Ciarctto Cases,
Letter Books, Bill Books, Card Cases, Hand Bags, Eta., Etc.
Also, a very line line of
JPJLiawh Groods, ?ln.sli Ooods,
Toilet Sets, Manacure Sets, Shaving Setts, Jewel Cases,
Olove, Handkerchief & Color Boxes, Work Boxei, Etc., Eto.
A very fine assortment of
Photo Panels & Photo Frames,
Very suitable for Christmas presents. They have
Over 250 Varieties of loilte for Picture Frames,
Which they aro making up cheaper than any place in town.
ARTISTS' SUPPLIE8, at greatly red'iced prices.
PARLOR EA.SELS, in Oak, Cherry, Bamboo, Brass, Etc., Etc.
WALL BRACKETS of all kinds, in Ebony, Oak, Walnut, Etc., Etc.
WINDOW POLE CORNICES, in great variety at lowest priee..
as Remember I There is nothing better than a. well-Belected Picture
to ofler as a Christmas present, and KING BROS, is the place to go for the
best. 725 lm
NOW IS THE TIME I
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon eaay terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following aro a few of tho many attractive forma offered bj 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.
The Company is equitable, Us payments prompt and certain, and It
From the New York Sun, April ith, 1890.)
Tho .Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Idle Assur
Tho new business of tho Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for tho first quarter of tho proeaut year is reported to exceed Fbtt
Million Dollaus. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
anceor the year, and is unprecedented In tho annals of life assurance.
terlnformation cheerfully fumluhed to uny who will write to or call
upon tho undersigned at his olllcc.
ALEX. J. CARTWRiGHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-9S
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Beg to announce that In consequence of extensive repair to their building, tuer
are Removing their Stocks of Qoous to the
3WCoINESK.INY -:- BLOCK.
During removal, iu order
TIibii1 Eatire Stock is OEM at Redaced Bates
co xixtc ,rvrii i
C2T Percons renulrluj: anything In tlielr line will llnd this u sneolally favor
able opportunity. -
N.w Goods I New Goods I
Have lately bueu received uud fresh Invoice, are ou tho way.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Honolulu. H. I.
New Goods !
to save expense of handling -
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