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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
FIIOII AXI At'TI'.U .HAY 1. 181(1.
I.oavo Honolulu. . .0:15
Arrive llonuultuli..7 :2C
Arrivo Honolulu. ..8:35
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Arrivo Pearl City
Lews Pear1 Clly..(l:03
Arrivo Honolulu.. .(1:10 .
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41m. p. in.
Mio tlinu hlKiuil for tlio port Is ulvcn nt 121i,
4iiu. Usee. (nildnlKlitl or Giccnwlcli tlmoor
Hi. 28in. 3IBCC. ). in. of Honolulu Olisorvutory
.time. It Is kIvuii by tlio Htonin whlntlu of tlio
Honolulu l'lnwhiK Mill, a few ilouis ubovo
hu Cuxtoin House. Tlio saiiio wlilstlo Is
t-ioiindL'd corn'ctly at Honolulu mean noon,
Ousuivutnry uuiridlan, or loll. 31m. 20sco. of
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WEDNESDAY, JAN. G, 1892.
Stnir Mokolii from Molokai
Br lik Pass of Leny, Vint, for Portland,
Am bktneS N Castle, Hubbard, for San
Stmr Kaala for Kapna
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai and Lauai
Stmr Waialeale for Hamakua
Stmr Pele for Mnkawcli at a J) in
PARGQES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mokolii 800 bags sugar, 20 calves
and 12 hogs.
For IC'iuai per stmr Iwalanl, Jau 5
lion V Knudscu, C M Cooke, Miss Dora
.Mossmun, Mr and Mrs T II Gibson and
'J children, .1 Kauhanc, J E Miller and
wife, Albs Emma lilakc, Miss J D Pope,
ilou P P Kanoa, M Berlowitz M J
Perrcira, Mr Wolters, Mrs Hagus, J A
Palmer, Father Emerau, Mm Dunn, W
E Howell, 5 Chinese and 50 deck
For Maui per stmr Cliiudino Jan 5
G P Wilder and wife, J W Kajtiaj C It
McVeigh and wife, AIlss Gregory, Mrs
Cliaa Loveland, R 11 ricott, Miss Ma
"nire, Mrs Austin, Miss Ritchie, W T
Robinson, A F Franca, Father Gulstan,
Hon II P Haldwin, A Boron, D Quill, M
Keaiolia, J S Muirhead, C T Yan and 40
From Molokai per stmr Mokolii, 'an
(i-RIUs Alice Lewis, Miss Emma Kane,
W E Brown ami 17 deck.
The baikentlne Eureka is anchored in
The barkentlno John Smith was berth
ed at the Fort street wharf yesterday,
and commenced discharging ooal to
day. The barkentine Planter and the brig
antino W G Irwin are discharging at the
The British bark Puss of Lony, E Vint
master, sailed for Portland, Oregon, to
day in ballast.
- The steamer Kaala left to-day with
mnohlnoiy for Kapaa Plantation, 'iCauni.
LEWIS-CRA1GE At St. Andrew's Ca
thedral, January 5, 1892, by the Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh, Mr. Harry F.
Lewis to ' J5rs. Margaret McLcod
JHERE IS NONE BETTER.
Dr. R. L. St. John of Howland,
Putnam county, Missouri, takes es
pecial pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, lie
cause lie knows it to he reliable. Up
jias used it in his practice for several
years, and says there is none better,
jt is especially valuable for colds and
as a preventive and cure for croup.
This most excellent medicine is for
sale by all tlcalcrs. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
HON. J. P. PARKER' WILL.
The wilj of tlio luj.e Hon. Jno. p.
Itoi'ker of Waimea, Hawaii, was ad
mitted to probate by Judge Doo lo
jlay. W. P. Allen, as oxeputor re
presenting lion. Band. Parker and
himself, was petitioner. The pro
perty involved consists of real estate
in Waimea, Hawaii, valued at 8100,
000; personal estate consisting of
cuttle and live slock, household and
other effects, valued at $d0,0Q0.
The will was drawn out when tho
deceased gentleman was fifty-three
yeais of ago. The heirs uroj Mrs.
II. Parker, the widow, Hon, Sain.
Parker, nephew, Mrs. C. K. Still
man ami Mrs. N. K. Eldredge,
nieces, and children of Mrs, M.
Waipa, sister. lions. W, V. Allen
and Sam. Parker are the executors,
WORTHY OF A TRIAL.
If you nre troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame back, bind on over
the seat of pain a piece of ilatinel
dampened with Chamberlain's Pain
Jiulin. You will be surprised at the
prompt relief it affords. f0 cent
buttles for sale by all dealers, Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Thk band will givo a moonlight
concert at Thomas Squaro this o veil
ing. , .
The trial of the seven Oliincso
cluuged Willi gambling will eomo oir
Rick and sugar bags will bo sold at
auction by -Taa. F. Morgan, at his
Diamond Hcul Station at 3 o'clock
this afternoon reports "very cloudy
and wind from tbo eoutli."
Honolulu Engine Company and
Hook nnd Lmldur Company will bold
tbuir monthly meetings thin evening.
Jilt. John F. Bowler wishes it stated
that ho has never aspired to candi
dacy for cither Noblo or Representa
tive. Part of the machinery was being
put into the dredger this morninp.
Tliu craft is now near the I'. M. H. a
To-day is Epiphany Day. Servicei
were held at tho Roman Catholic and
St. Andrew's Cathedrals in commem
At tho band concert this evening
at Thomas Square the March "Admi
ral Brown," by Prof. H. Berger, will
L. J. Levky will hold an auction
side l( furniture and choice Cali
fornia potatoes at his salesroom at 10
The January Friend begins its ju
bilee volume. It contains a largo va
riety of religious and secular matter,
including Congregational church, Mis
sion Board and Y. M. C. A. news.
Thk steamer Mokolii, which arrived
from Molokai this morning, reports
not having seen anything of the whal
er Jojjn P. West. Even people along
the Molokai coast had not seen her.
The Hawaii Holoiumt terms L. A,
Thurston the "Hawaiian Bismarck,"
and C. W. Ashford the "Hawaiian
Gladstone," and favors their election
to the next Legislature, saying they
both ought to bo Micro.
Ah Kwai and Emma Po were ar
rested last night at the instigation of
tho hitter's husband and charged with
adultery. On trial in the Police Court
tliis mornini? they pleaded guilty and
were lined $50 and $25 ruspectively.
The Pacific Wheelmen-held their
regular monthly meeting yesterday
evening nn.d elected the following
officer: President, A. C. Lovekin;
Secretary and Treasurer, Ruby A.
Dexter; Captain, M. Phillips; Lieu
tenant, Clifton II. Tracy.
The. sale of twenty-three and a half
acres of Government land on Maui
took placo at noon to-day at tho front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale, Mr. J. A.
Hassinger, Clerk of the Interior Of
fice, wielding the hammer. The up
fact pi ice was $2 an acre, but tho land
was purchased by a native for $2.25
The volunteers of Engine Co. No.
1 have challenged the Mechanic En
gine Co. volunteers to a maich game
of baseball to bo played on Saturday.
The latter havo accepted and the
mutch will take place on the now
League Grounds at 2 :30 o'clock that
day. The usual charges will bo made,
twonty-livo cents for adults, children
At the phonograph exhibition to be
given by Mr. Stoeckle Friday evening,
records will bo made and reproduced
to the audience. Several now records
received by the last steamer from the
Coast will also be heard for the first
time in Honolulu. The importation
of speeches and songs from foreign
parts in the actual voices of speakers
and singers is a new item in our com
merce. Mb. Harry F. Lewis, partner in Ilio
firm of Lewis & Co., grocers, this city,
was married yesterday evening, to Mrs.
Margaret McLeod 'Craige, of Mel
bourne, Australia, Tho ceremony whb
performed by the Rev. Alex. Mackin
tosh in the presence of only immediate
friends and relatives. The marriage
took placo at t. Andrew's Cathedral.
Congratulations and best wislies from
SUPREME COURT::JANUARY TERM.
The Queen vs. Vaahila (w.).
lascivious conduct. Appeal from
Police Court of Honolulu. Tried
before a Hawaiian jury who aftpr a
short absence returned witli a verdict
of guilty. Defendant was sentenced
to one month's imprisonment at hard
labor and pay costs.
Tho Queen vs. Chas. Valpoon and
Annie Charlie. Adultery. Nol pros
The Queen vs. Margin Hiinmerlink.
Liquor selling; appeal from Police
Court of Honolulu, Appeal with
drawn and setitenco of lower Court
The Queen vs. Kaopua and Lapa
na. Maintain jng lottery J appcalfrom
Police Court of Honolulu. Kaulukou
for defendants, ' Being heard.
'Phe Ifoyal Hawaiian Military
Hand will give a public concert at
Thomas Square this evening, com
mencing at 7:30 o'clock. Tho fol
lowing is the program;
March Admiral Brown II Borgei
Hallul Atstoi'L'u , , . , . . Ahott
Gavotte Wejcomo Kluss
Cavatliio Mai tlri Donizetti
OlwlNaul, llolo Waliuoa, Llhl Kill o
Medley -Koverlo Beyer
Waltz -Mikado Buculo?yl
Polka Trotzkopfehon Faust
Quadrille Pinafore Godfrey
FOR ABUsVuV ALCOHOL
Um HurHroril'n Ac III l'lioHpliuti'.
Dr. W. E. Cicank, Mitchell, Dak.,
says; "It has proven almost a specific
fur this disorder; it checks the vomit
ing, restores tlio appetite, and, at tho
same time allays the fear of impend
ing dissolution, that is so common to
lttnrtoly KMrt of the Slodlcnl
Hiinrlii ton item.
Honolulu, Jan. !, 1892.
His Excellency C. N. Spknckh,
Minister of the Interior.
Sir: 1 have the honor to present to
you my report of the Insane Asylum
for the quarter ending Dec. 31, 1891.
As per last report of October 1, 1S01,
the number of patients on that
dale was 70
Patients admitted during Qimito
eliding Dee. 31, 18U1
Patient's discharged during nunner
ending Dee. Ill, 1SU1
Patients died during quarter
Patients on furlough
Total remaining In Asvl m Dec.
Nationality of patients admitted dur
Hawaiian male,.... 1; female. ...2 ...3
Chinese ... 3; ....0....3
Japnnesn " ....2; " ....0....2
Aineileui), " ....2; " ....1....3
Nationality of pntionts discharged dur
Hawaiian, nude 2
Chinese, male 1
American, nmle....lj female....! ....2
SSlslauders" 1; ....0....1
Nationality of Patients who died dur
Chinese, mule 1
Nationality of patients furhiughed:
Nationality of patients remaining in
Asylum, Dec. 31, 1S!H:
Hawaiian, mule. ...15; female.. B.... 20
Poituguese, " ... 15; " . 3.... 18
German, " ... 2; ..1 3
American, " .... 5: " ..1.... G
English, " .... 0; .l.... 1
Chinese, " ....14; " ..0.... 14
E. Indian, " .... 1; ..0.... 1
Mnullumiin, " 1; " -.0 1
S."S. Island. ( .... 4j ' ..0.... 4
C.Ainerieau" : .. 1: " ..0.... 1
Norwegian, .... 2; ..0.... 2
Swede, ' 1; " ..0.... 1
Canadian, " .... 1; " ..0 1
Japanese, " .... G; " ..U ... 5
Italian, " .... 1; ..0.... 1
Total G8 11 7!)
The Chinaman who died on October
17, 1801, was admitted on July 4, 1811,
In an emaciated condition, suffering
from heart disease and dropsy.
I have the honor to )e, sir,
Your obedient servant,
Med. Sup. Onhn Insane Asylum.
FOREIGN NEWS AND GOSSIP.
There are 40,000 Irish in Liver
pool. The Cunard Line of steamships
employs over 11,000 hands.
A French warship recently launch
ed at Havre can carry 5,200 tons.
A new Dutch loan of 45,000,000
florins is promised lor January.
Sixteen tons of steel pens are ex.
ported from Birmingham weekly.
A London omnibus traverses about
eighty miles a day and earns $80 a
The population of Jerusalem has
increased since 1880 from 25,000 to
The Anarchists of France boast of
about 40,000 and the Socialists num
ber about 1,000,000.
Hungary will celebrate her one
thousandth anniversary by a national
exhibition in 18U5.
Lord Mayor Evans of London,
who was recently inaugurated, has
laid down COO dozen of wine in the
Mansion House cellars,
'piIE undersigned Is prepared to give
L Lessons in Athletic Kxcrclses and
the Manly Art at two doors above the
Royal School, Emma street, also to give
liiatrllftMniu nt lintn.a rf .Mi.ttla tf il i
slred. Applications' rpeolved'at No (7
v lm Airwp; nniT.T.ifiAv
rQK aaje or to trade
IT for a Cjood Har
ness Work Horse. The
Fljly js two years old
from u well-bred mare.
and has not yet been handled but is gen
tle. For further particulars apply at
'iKapahulii Farm," Walkikl, or ring up
Mutual Tel. No. H52. 312 2w
and Stables, corner of
and Emma street, lately
occupied by George Patterson. I'ar-rlage-house,
0 Stalls, Washing Stand,
Feed House, etc., suitable for one or
two haekmeu Rental 912 per mouth.
Apply to G. PATTERSON,
Unlteu carriage Co., cor. King &
rpilE annual meeting of tho Honolulu
1 Arlou will bo held THURSDAY
EVKN1NG, Jan. Till, at Arlon Half.
Election of olueerB, Members" are re-,
miested to attend.
O. A. STUHLMAN,
311 3t Secretary,
Boretaniu street; Fine
dltiluir-room, two bed
rooms, bath, pantry and kitchen, stablo
mid servant's nimrters; Hue yard nicely
uuu out, Appiy in
O. J. MoUARTHY,
Sl-2 tf lift Merchant street.
rpiIOSK Very Desirable and
I Convenient Premises
situate In Kbit; street, this
city, lately occupied by tho uiulerMgned
ns a private lesldeuce, comprising a
Dwelling Bouse of 4 rooms, dinlug
room and kitchen; also stable, carriage
house mill outhouses, For particulars
Inquire on the nremlbcs.
312 tf JOHN F. BOWLER
ONK Cottage to let on
Punchbowl street. En
quire of L, ADLKH,
l'J Nuuuiiu st. shoe store.
THE QUEEII AT WAIALUA.
Her 31 n.) r hIj ' Cirt to MlluoUnlniil
Her Majesty tho Queen returned
from her New Year's trip to Wsdtilua
by yesterday afternoon's train from
Manana. The Queen and party gtcat
ly enjoyed their short slay at VVaialtia.
There was no function given at the
placo except the presentation of a
clock to Lilitioktdani church by the
Queen, after whom the new church
was called at dedication.
Major J. W. Robertson, Chamber
lain, made the- presentation to the
trustees, at a service held on New
Year's day, making a brief speech in
so doing. Judge S. H. Knlamnkcc,
trustee, responded, ll N a line New
York clock with a dial two feet in di
ameter, the hours being marked with
the twelve letters of the Queen's
instead of the usual Roman numerals.
The clock is a calendar one, showing,
besides days of the week and dates of
the month, the moon's phases, the
weeks of the year, and the year it
self shifting all numbers, words and
signs automatically, even to the fig
ures of the year. lion. John Rich
ardson gave an address in connec
tion with the presentation ceremony.
MISSIONS' lV DANGER.
London, Dec. 17. The Chronicle's
Shanghai correspondent says: Li
Hung Chang has been in bed several
days with a severe attack of in
lluenza. The doctors are very anxious
about him. It is reported that sev
eral mission stations on the Yanglse
Kiang have been menaced. More
men-of-war arc imperatively neces
sary in order to protect the river.
Tho European residents, having
formed themselves into a Defense
League, have armed and drilled
themselves and are ready for action
at any moment. The demeanor of
the Chinese generally is menacing
SUNDAY SCHOOL CHRISTMAS
The children and adult members
of the Second Congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral arc invited to be
present at a Christmas tree in the
Sunday school roorp of St. Andrew's
Cathedral, given for the Sunday
school on Thursday evening, Janu
ary 7th. The tree will be lighted at
half-past C o'clock. 7 3t
Perhaps you do not believe these
statements concerning Gieen's Au
gust Flower. Well, yve can't make
you. We can't force conviction in
to your head ormed
Doubting icine into your
throat. We don't
Thomas. want to. The money
is yours, and the
misery is yours; and until you are
willing to believe, and spend the one
for the relief of the other, they will
stay so. John H. Foster, 1122
Brown Street, Philadelphia, says:
" My w'fe Is a Ii"!0 Scotch woman,
thirty years of age ando'fa naturally
delicate disposition. For five or six
years past she has been suffering
from Dyspepsia. She
Vomit became so bad at laat
that she could not sit
Every Meal, down to a meal but
she had to vomit it
os soon as she had eaten it. Two
bottles of your August F,lower have
cured her, after many doctors failed.
She can now eat anything, and enjoy
it; and as for Dyspepsia, she does not
know that she ever had it" (ft
NEW AND ELEGANT GOQDS
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.'S
NEW STORE (Up Ntaiiis).
FOlt SALE J
Flue Graded uiul Thoioughbred
Sows; have littered once 1(1 to 13
plj;n each. Tliutu Hows were raised on
tlie Kapahuhi Farm from Imported stock,
anil are lmrdy and thrifty. A Hplcndlil
opportunity for those who wish to Im
prove their pit; stock. Also, ITboiouh
bred Berkshire Boar of registered pedi
gree, two years old and lias begotten
iimuy line litters.
PBT Shipments to the other Islands
will be carefully attended to.
1ST Mutual Telephone 35a. 'JP2 2w
FOR SALE or LEASE
JMV TESIUKNOB on Lunalllo
jfiWMm 1 street presently occupied
HEMI by Mr. J. A. Kennedy, con
taining double parlors, four bedrooms,
dlnlnn-ioom, bathroom, large dining
room, kitchen and pantry; servant's
room, stabling, etc., on rear or main
building. GiouihIh, 300x105 feet, well
laid out. Vacant on Mth August Lot
adjoining UOOxlOS feet may be purchased
on reasonable terms,
It. I. LILLIB,
108 tf WlUi Theo. II. Duvles & Co,
CHOICE BREEDING STOCK
Auction Sales by Jamos F. Morgan.
Eice & Snpr Bags!
On THURSDAY, Jan. 7tli,
AT III O'CLOCK' A. ...
At my Saleroom, Queen sheet, I will
sell at Public Auction, for account of
whom It may concern:
5000 Best Quality Rice Bags,
6000 " " Sugar "
J AS. F. MORGAN,
FURNITURE AT AUCTION I
To be sold at Public Auction, at J AS. F.
MORGAN'S Salesroom, on or about the
ldtli OF JAKJAItY, 181)52,
The following articles of furni
ture seized by distialut for rent
1 Itou HoiImU'imI,
1 Stove ami Fixtures,
1 Mewing; Machine.
1 Itiireim, 1'ictureM,
1 Table untl hair,
1 Lump. Croekerywire,
Beds and Bcdelothing, 1 ( leek and other
articles. J. C. UI.UNEY.
MRS. FLORENCE WILLIAMS
Course of Lectures
JANUARY 6, 1892,
At Mus. SaNFOUI) B. BOLE'S at 10
o'clock A. M.
Millie, Oo Sluol.
Go. lillot'H WorlCM.
Subscription $3; single Admission $1,
Mns. W. F.
Y. M. C. A. HALL
Next Friday Evening
A PR AC HO AL
WILL BE GIVEN !
jjQT Full partlculais hi
a day or so.
Warning: and Kewsird.
ALL persons are hereby notified that
any person found shooting lvolea
or other biids without a permit on tho
lauds known us Kukuluuco (better
known as Mrs. C. P. WardV). near
Kakaako, will bo prosecuted for tres
pass. Ten dollars (110) reward is ollered
to anyone who will give information
that will lo id to tho conviction of any
person violating tlio foregoing prohi
bition. OHAS. B. WILSON,
Lcfsou of Shooting Right.
rpilK regular annual ineetlnt; of tlio
X Hawaiian Fruit X Tiuo Co. will bn
held at their olllce in Wtilluku, Maul, on
FRIOAY, Feb. l'i, 18U2, at 10 o'clock
A. M W. 11. DANIKLH,
31 1 38t Secretary II. F. & T. Co.
Remington Typewriter, cost
i 100, In perfect order,
no riiHt, tor
salo $03 cash. Apply "Typewriter,"
307 lw Bulletin Olllce.
ITKOM AND AFTKR THIS DATE
l1 Mr. O J. McCarthy will collect all
my hills. II G MctJRHW, M D.
Honolulu, Dec. 31. 1HU1 IIOS-liu
In Holeuting your CIiriHl
nuiH I'rtiKc.ntH don't lorot
that a l'lcturo Ih anions tlio
very bunt and that tlio placo
to get Hueh thin.H Ih at King
Bros., Hotel Street.
M$on Ii''' ',,'r;'"
Mfiiilb ' JfflmuW ij
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckela' Bank, Honolulu.
M Unequalled Assortment and
104 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
HANDKERCHIEFS ! HANDKERCHIEFS I A most
Complete Stock, the very latest designs and extremely Low Prices. Come
and seo our assortment of White Embroidered Handkerchiefs that we offer
for 25 cents.
FANS, FANS, I" Great Vaiicty, Latest
Lisse Fans, in Black, White and Delicate Shades:
Black and Fancy Colors. Feather Fans.
HAND liUN BLACK LACE SCAIIFS.
Pure Silk, extra long and wide.
Hand Satchels, Chatelaines, Card Cases and Purses. A Fine Assortment
of Embroidered Pongee Drapes and Hand Painted Silk Tidies.
in Dainty and Delicate Shades. WHITE SILK EMBROIDERED WRAPS
and PURE SILK. SHAWLS. Fancy Table Covers and Table Scarfs.
C If you are in search of Holiday Goods you will do well by examin
ing our goods and prices, before making your purchases elsewhere.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR TUG LEADING
1ST NKW GOODS BY
Cali at lm Gunns
AND EXAMINE THEIR NEW STOCK
Ribbons, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Dress Goods, Silks,
Fans, Etc., Etc.
NEW CHOICE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY 1
We are showing a choice line of Ladies' & Gentlemen's
(Just the thing for a Christinas present.')
Silk Umbrellas in Ladies' & Gentlmncn'u.
BSr FINE GOODS AT LOW PRICES, -i
Gall at B. F. Ehlers & Go.'s, 99 Fort St.
FOR A FINE SELECTION
Such as TOILET OASES, MANICURE SETS, COLLAR ,t CUFF BOXES,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, ALBUMS,
Etc., Etc., ho fine the assortment is broken,
AND A NKW IMPOUTATIUN OV
DRY & FANCY GOODS.
OaSr Will keep open evenings from Saturday, Dee. lL'th, to Christinas. -ia
c. j. McCarthy,
Ni:w Cummins' Block, Mkhohant Srm:i:T.
EAL ESTATE BROK
HOLK'ITOK FOll THE
Equitable Life Assurance Society.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Rents Collected and Houses Rented,
Any business entrusted to mo will rcceivo prompt attention. ftt
IB KG leave to notify the public that I
have Marled a hurse shoeing shun
id No. 81 King sheet, next to Wilghtite
Sons' carriage factory, where I will bo
glad to meet my old fi lends and new
ones also, We make a specialty of llrst
class hore shoeing. We warrant to stop
interfering and can help all Initio hoius,
301 lm OUAS. BOTH LIS PTliS,
Chris! mas is a
thing of the
past to-day, and among other
things our merchants found
lots or J. O. IJ.'s in their
Most people o'we something
as a result of the holidays,
l)ii t you owe it to yourself
particularly that you buy
where you can get the best
for the least money. In the
matter of all kinds of Hard
ware, .Silverware and Goodsjr
usually and unusually, sold
in hardware stores, we think
tour place answers the require
ments of everyone.
a Variety to Suit all Tastes at
Novelties ; Lace and
Hand Painted Fans in
EVERY STEAMER, -a
It will kooii ho too lato to
hoiuI romeinb ranees to your
frieiidw- abroad. So go at
once to King IJroH., on Ho
tel struct, and got Homo of
their pretty and novel "Ha
waiian" Oltribtmuu Curds,
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