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Honolulu 1'IuhIiik Mill, u few iloois iibovo
tlio Custom House;. Tlio sumo wlilstjo Is
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THURSDAY, FEB. 11, 1802.
Stmr Jas Makee from Kauai
Stmr.) A UunnniiiK fioin Koohui
t3 Guulii;, Peuinc, fiom Mm Francisco
atim-rcle f loin Kumil
lt M S S Mariposu, Iltiywartl, for Sun
Kraiici'-co nt 0 n m
ytim- .las Mukuu for Kauai at 5 p m
Am -J-niasti il pejir Ktlicl Znne for Hilo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
for Maui ami Hawaii at
'1 p in
S S datilic, Pcarno,
for Yokohama and
For Hamakiia, jier stmr Iwnluni, Feb
10 AHss Winter and 102 Japanese ininii-
For San Francisco, per II M S S Mari
posa, Feb 11 t ol G L Godfiey. (J 11
Gctcliell, .) W Olds Z It Myers and wife,
J L ndeisou and wife, Mis Canavarro,
child mid maid, Mrs Manning and child,
14 Bradley and wife, h F Spmltcr, Jicv
T Kykyn, Lieut F Singer. W II Lee, wife
and child, 11 G Rand and wife, C C Bur
nett, James Otis. F M Otis, J M Ilardeu,
G F Peckham, J Schler. F White. II
Way, A Foi enian, G Koffinan, and 10
From r-'an Fianeiseo per S S Gaelic,
Feb 11 Elwood Crocker, Henry Wood
juff. Fiank LUngcr, II M Gillij;, Mrs
Gillig, Lucille Pcilvler. Foi'Yololiainii:
M P Uombs, U S N, Kev JAB Schorer,
JlissSiipie A Pratt, W H Nolan, J J
Ilulliiian, Mrs Halliiiau, II N Twombloy,
F Schroeder, Sirs Selnoeder, W F Wat
lers, Mrs A Asliton. Miss Mabel Moulton.
For Ilongkonij; : S Schwaitz, Mrs l)r
Noiton,E A Palmer. For Miaughtil: Ur
Kobeit Coltman, Mi6 Coltmau aud in
fant, Itobert Coltmau, Miss Eva Colt
mau, Miss Alice Coltinun.
'I'he schooner I'liiltan, 5S4 tons, is
chin lei ed for meicl'iandise to Ililo In
SAN V1UNCISCO NOTES.
Arrived Jan 2Gih, bktue Discovery,
20 days; Jan 27, bkine ti N Castle 21
days; Feb 1, bgtne W G Irwin, 11 days.
Aniviils Feb 2, stmr Kinuu fioin Ho
nolulu ; 4, stuir Likejike f rpin Honolulu ;
(!, stmr Kilauea llou from Honolulu, !),
stmr Kinau from Ililo,
Sailed Feb 2, stmr Kinau for Hilo
and way poith; t, sinir Likclike for Ha
makiia pons; 7, stmr Kilauea Hon for
luikalau; 0, stmr ICluai) for Honolulu.
Oil A PIN At Warp, Mass,, Jauuary 4,
18:12, of puciiiiioiiia, Mrs. S. Cliapiu.
Shu was the mothor of Miss Emma
V. Hall, who was at one time princi
pal of Puliation Pi epai atory School.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Haiikcntini: Skagit loads lumber at
Poit Ludlow for Honolulu.
Kyama, a Japanese, lias brought
suit against SheiiH Hitchcock, of
Hilo, for Ihobcrviugof an attachment
on his btoru at Houomu by thu latter.
Thu case is buing heard to-day hoforo
Clnef.Jubtieo Jiidil, juiy waived.
---riftittiukenUuu Discovory, which
arrived Januaiy 27UTriWi,oty and one
half days from Honolulu, witrrlll
nags ol sugai, liuu it nam experience
wniii) crocking uiu inw. ouvurtu neavy
boas wero bhipped, bkylights wero
binnbhed in, the quai tor-rail was ear
ned away ami tlio quarter bo it washed
ovurboaid. Capt. McNeill was washed
fiom the qqartcr io the iniiiii duck,
'sustaining u severe cut in the head
and a wrenching of tlio right arm,
Tlio man at the wheel was washed a
distance of foi ty feet to tio main duck,
biiblaiuiug internal injuries,
ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUBJECT TO
As a preventive and euro for
oioup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
litis no rival. It is, in fact, the only
remedy that can always ho depended
upon and that is pleasant anil safe to
take, i'liuio is not the, least dauber
in giving it to chililicn, as it contains
no injurious subbtanue. For sale at
50 cents per bottle by all dealers,
licuson, Smith & (Jo., agents.
A million head of
ing in KuiiBas,
cattle uro feeil-
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Suoaii 06 test is 3 7-10 in New
Tub Post Oflico
o'clock last night.
kept open till 7
Diamond Head, II p. in Weather
clear; wind, light northeast.
Tins Hawaiian News Co. did not got
any paper mail by the S. S. Gaelic.
Tub S, S. Mutipou took tlfty-nino
pussi'tiguiH from this port for the
Quitk u number of Chinese arc re
turning to the Floweiy Kingdom on
Tiimtkkn sailors from tlio U.
PcuBacola havo been released
Mils. J. Ailau has opmied a Hawai
ian Curiosity llaxaar in the Club
Tun police are mound again with
lariats waylaying dogs that have not
paid their taxes.
Tun Iluaiil of Health did not hnve
a meeting yesteiday, on account of
there not being a quorum present.
AiiKAD again. The Huxli:tin's spe
cial boat was thu first to get ashore
with the latest papers from the S. S.
Tin: band played at Thomas Square
last evuijing. This evening a moon
light concert will be given at Emma
The whaleb.iek steamer Chas. W.
Wetmoro from Soattlu for San Fran
cisco with a cargo of coal put back
Tun sailing of tlio Alameda was
postponed until Saturday, Fub. 0,
owing to a delay of two days of the
Rev. T. Eykyn, late pto tern roctor
of Kohala, was a passenger on the
Mariposa to-day. lfe is leturning to
his home in England.
The Advertiser has appointed J.
Richardson Governor of Maui. Thuy
hcein to be taking things into their
own hands ovur there.
Tin: Helen Brewur which capsized
it Glasgow is being lep.iircd at a cost
of $25,000, in addition to which is a
salvage claim of $8,000.
Sealed tender for the printing and
binding of license forms of thu Inte
rior Department will close at that of
fice to-morrow at noon.
Mn. J. C. Edwards, formerly of
Wolfe t Edwards, grocers, of Hono
lulu, is a member of the Municipal
Council of Apia, Samoa.
The British bark Pass of Leny ar
rived at Astoria, January 24lh, from
this port. Shu loads lumber in the
Columbia livur to west coast South
J. F. Mohqan will huld two auction
sales at his salesioom to-moriow at
noon. Horses, carriages and some
steamer stocks will be among the
things to be disposed of.
The Iroquois has been ordered
home ftom S.onoa. The Mohican
will probably relievo the Peusacola,
whi-jh vesool will leturn to Mare Isl
and and go out of commission.
Mn. and Mrs. Harry Gillig nrrived
by the S. S. Gaulic from San Fran
cisco to-day. It will be remembered
thuy were both here some time ago.
Mis. Gillig wusforjnuily MissCrocker.
The S. S. Mariposa sailed at 10
o'clock this morning for San Fran
cibco. The band attended thu depart
ure of thu steamer, giving her passen
gers the ubiial bcnd-oll' in the way of
When thu Gaelic luft San Fran
cisco the following vebbols wero load
ing for this port: Barks Andrew
Welch and Colusa, barkentines Dis
covery and S. N. Castle and the brig
antinu W. G. Irwin.
A stumi'Y, unkempt-looking Mon
golian was arrested lust night and
taken to tlio Policu Station, where he
was charged with assault and battury
on Police OHicer Kiaainu. The ollicer
did not bhow much i.ijury, but then
it's against tlio 1 iw.
The following mimed sailois fiom
thu wrecked barjt Tamerlane took
passage by tlio S. S. Mariposa to-day :
J. W. Pardee, Chas. Uunderbon.Thos.
Gordgo. J. San Francisco, Henry
Everts, K. Hansen, Jack Kanuy, Aug.
Riuluud, Thos. Caution,
The S. S. Gaelic, Commander W.
G. Pearne, arrived to-day, (ik days
from San Francisco, having left that
poiton Febiuary lth. She brought
the U. S. mails mid reports thu S. S.
Alameda us not having left San Fran
cisco owing to thu delay of thu English
mails, Tlio Gaelju. dropped anchor
oil" port at 11 :35 o'clock this morning.
If you don't read thu Sulf-Praieer
you don't get thu nuwal Out of 39
local items it gives 11 on one subject,
3 repetitions of nuws, 3 pulls on ilsulf,
5 notices of new iidvs., 1 concealed
and 1 open correction of iU own
mibtakes, 1 piecu of advicu to thu
bandmaster, and 2 free udvs. There
aro""T3r subjects of.legitimato news
covered in thu 3'J iteins!
Oiias, Council & Co, launched Dec,
29 from their yard at Scotstown, Scot
land, thu -1-piastcd steel baik H. P.
Rithet for thu trade between these
islands, Pacific Coast and Australia.
Shu will he commanded by Captain
Mormon, formerly of thu Andrew
Wolch. Her dimensions are as fol
lows: Length, 200 feet; buain, 38
feet;depth,19fcet,and built to Lloyd's
Anothek lawyer has hung out his
shinglo. It is Mr.' E. M. Walsh, who,
befuiu the time he was manager of
Paia plantation, practiced as a limb
of thu luw in Honolulu, When he
gave up planting ho went to Cali
fornia, and ho U a member of thu bar
of that Statu. Mr. Walsh was ouu of
thu foremost talkers in the Planters'
Company, and there is no fear that
his tongue has lost its cunning, His
ollicu is in the Curtwright block, Mer
uwdir'i-n'rr ' -
LATEST POM MS.
(Sm Francisco, Feb.
I, 2et' S' &
H.VITIin H TATIIH.
The N. Y. Herald's correspondent
at Valparaiso cables that Perruirn,
Minister of Foreign Affairs, called
and thanked U. S Minister Egan
for Mr. Blaine's despatch accepting
Chile's reply to the ultimatum on thu
Baltimore uffair. The meeting be
tween the two diplomats was appar
ently of the most friendly character.
Jn an address to the people of Lou
isiana the Lottery Company announce
that they do not want a renewal of
their charter. They say they respect
the anti-lottery postal law ol the
land. It i" believed thuy have spent
S3.000.000 to $5,000,000 in the light
for a new charter.
Kidnappers have stolen Ward Fer
ris, the 8-year old son of Charles V.
Waterbury, a well-to-do fanner of
Long Ridge, Conn., and hold the
child for $0000 ransom.
II. O. Ilavemeyer, president of the
American Sugur Hellning Company
(Trust) has published an emphatic
denial of statements that Spreckels
had joined thu combination.
A half million dollars of Eastern
capital has been subscribed for Og
den's (Utah) electric power dam
The overdue steamer Mackinaw
from New York has arrived safely at
Sun Diego after a tempestuous voy
age. Springer's bill for free wool was
discussed by the Ways and Means
Committee without a conclusion be
The President has proclaimed the
recipiocity treaty with Gecmany.
A series of live mysterious mur
ders near Johnstown, Pa., all appar
ently done by one hand, is causing
more sensation than anything that
occurred there since the awful flood.
Secretary Blaine has renewed ne
gotiations With the Canadian Gov
ernment for a conference on the sub
ject of reciprocity.
It is said the Gurza revolt in
Mexico is not vet ended, and that it
has wealthy citizens of the United
States backing it.
The foreign relatious committee of
the Senate has reported adversely on
all Chinese bills, reporting instead a
substitute bill continuing the present
Resliietion Act in force for ten years.
Severe earthquakes are repotted
from Oregon anil Nebraska.
The House committee on post
oIIIcps and post-roads reported, on a
strict party vote, in favor of the bill
repealing the Mail Subsidy Act of.
The President sent to tho Satiate a
letter from the Secretary of the
Navy, informing that body of the
progress of the Hawaiian cable sur
vey. Twenty lives have been lost as the
result of election riots at Buda
The relations between France and
the United States are growing closer.
A new extradition treaty draft has
been submitted to U. S. Minister
Whitelaw Reid in Pans.
There is great excitement over the
newly developed mines at Creede,
Colo. David H. Moflitt refused
$1,000,000 to an English company
to bond the Holy Moses mine.
The minos have yjelded $5,000,
000 worth of ore since the llrst
prospect hole was sunk nine months
ago. They almost equal Leadville
in its best days.
Moses Hopkins the millionaire,
brother of the late Mark Hopkins,
died at San Francisco on the 2d,
from an attack of grip.
Six cases of small-pox have devel
oped so far among the Rio de Jan
eiro's Chinese passengers at San
The steamer China from China and
Japan brings news that the back of
the rebellion is broken and that the
rebels are scattered and will be put
out of sight in a few weeks. The
devastated district in Japan is still
shaken by earthquakes. Small-pox
is raging in Yokohama and Tokio,
and it is reaching foreign residence
The bark Ferndale was wrecked
near Gray's Harbor, Oregon, and
Capt. Blair, first and second mates,
steward, and nine sailors 13 in all
Sir Morcll Mackenzie, the distin
guished pliysicion, died Feb. 3 of
bronchitis. His age was 55 years.
The anti-slavery conference Act
for Africa was ratified on tho 3d by
the United States at the Foreign
Olllce in Brussels in conformity witli
a resolution of the U. S. S. Senate.
A terrilio gale was destroying pro
perty in and around Madrid,
Natives of Dahomey have ravaged
the country around Popo and cap
tured 3000 slaves.
Miss Jane Cohden, daughter ot the
renowned, political economist, has
been married to Thomas Fisher
Unwiu, a London publisher.
Tests of canned fruit, fish, etc.,
in London revealed from half a grain
to five grains of chloride of tii( to a
pound can in every sample except
milk. The local government board
is considering stops to protect the
people against poisoning.
Judge John Rittcr, cashier of the
defunct Glasgow bank, has gone
mad over the disgrace of u shortage
of $25,000 discovered in his ac
counts. The Lloyds steamer Kider from
New York for Bremen stranded iu a
fog on the Isle of Wight on the 1st.
Everybody on board was saved by
the lifeboat atutiou men,, who have
been publicly thanked by thu Queen,
The bouts afterward landed all tho
Specie. It is said Miere arc Md
sacks of mair still in the Vessel. After
a 3pcll cf line weather ft storm blew
up and stopped the work of discharg
ing. Father Barbe in a sermon at Bor
deaux, France, caused a sensation
by describing the Government as a
party of executioners and sectarians
who dragged Archbishops before
their tribunals. Franco, ho added,
could he saved only by the restora
tion of royalty. Some of the hear
ers raised angry protests and many
left the church.
Dr. Leon Danion, in a lecture be
foro the French Academy of Medi
cine, demonstrated by experiments
on himself the feasibility of intro
ducing medicine into the system of
men' and animals by means of elec
tricity. II home out by experience,
the method will revolutionize the ait
Rev. C. II. Spurgeon, the great
Baptist preacher of London, died at
Menlone, France, Jan. 31.
British Admiial Tryon has got his
flagship Victoria ashore on the coast
of Greeoe. Tho Victoria is one of
the finest ships in the navy.
PACIFIC COAST NOTES.
Port Townsend, Wash., spent S28,
500 for street improvements during
the year 1891.
A company has beeu organized in
Chicago with 82,000,000 capital, for
the purpose of operating an irri
gation enterprise in San Joaquin
The Santa Ana and Anaheim Chi
nese highbinders had a tug-of-war
the other night. The pull lasted
eighteen minutes, and the anchors
had a private fist fight afterward.
May Foster, a teacher in tho Chi
nese Mission Sunday-school at Los
Angeles, was married by contract to
one of her pupils, this week. The
lawyer who drew up the contract
charged the Chinaman $150 for his
FOR BRAIN FAG
IW IlorNroiil'n Arid I'liNilintc.
Dr. W. H.Fisur.ii, Lo Sueur, Minn.,
says: "I iind it very serviceable in
neivous debility, sexual weakness,
brain fag, excessive use of tobacco, us
a driiic '" fever,, and in borne miliary
trouble. It is a grand good leniedy
in all cases where I have used it."
I'll meet you at the Brunswick.
E. M. Walsh issues
toruoy at law.
curd as at-
C. J. McCarthy has lots
street for sale.
Button Holes madu lo order at No.
1 Garden Lane. 307 tf
Tub Brunswick ure the only Billiard
Parlors in town. G tf
J. L. Kaulukou has been commis
sioned us a notary public.
Plymouth gin is for salo by tho
Hawaiian Wine Co., Merchant street.
Akteh shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith '& Co., Agents.
A I'OUND has been established at
Waianae, with H. D. Johnson as
SuNiumN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Delicious coilee and chocolate will
be horved every morning early at tho
Palace Ii-o Crouni Parlois, Ludwigson,
& Cion, Hotel street. 221 tf
Get your boots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Tommies, on Eiut
Hotel street. First-cl.isb work, low
E. M. WALSH,
F8T Olllce in Cartwrlght
Merchant street, Honolulu.
FOR SSA.IE !
1 FINE DRIVING MARE. 0 years old,
broken to single and double harness; a
llrst-cluss roadster; lady can drive it:
raised on Judd's Hauch; gentle and
1 R0D CART, lift seat, nearly new,
built to order by Hawaiian Carriage
1 PHAETON, built by "Hilggs;" full
leather top. side curtains; Driving
Apiou, Lap Kobe, Whip; without doubt
the eusltBt tiding I'huetou In Honolulu.
1 SET HARNESS, made by "HttlllHler.,
VST Apply "A.," llullotin Olllce 312 3t
Hawaiian Wine Co,,
28 & 30 MKHCHANT STBEET.
Horse Shoer Wanted !
OT Apply at
McLain'a Shoeing Shop,
811 3t Second iluur from Lucan' Mill.
OB WORK of all kludi executed
with iicutuub? at the Dully Bulletin.
V IS i
Is ii question often asked these days.
You nto fortunate if it is only a cold,
but even colds if not checked dmelop
into si'iious maladies.
For coughs wo have Jayne's, Ayer's
and Chamberlain's Remedies, al-o,
German Syrup, Shilow's Cure, Hale's
Honey, Allen Si Hall's Bilsam, Lt
zier's Choi ry Cm dial, Scott's Eniul
cion, llomu'iipalhic "B S: S" Cough
Syiup and many others.
If you have a cold in the head we've
ClHinian'fl Menthol and Outlet's Pock
et Inhalers. We keep seveial kinds
ol Atomiers for spraying the nostrils
aud tliitiat in cases of catarrh. Caloiic
Vita Oil is a popular preparation for
colds on the chest. Should yon prefer
Porous l'lusteiH wo can supply your
demand as we keep a full line of these
When your health begins to wane
and tonics uiu wanted to build up your
constitution, drop in uml wo will show
you what there is in (hut line. Iluio
are a few of a long list : Maltine, Fel
lows' Syrup, Cod Lher Oil, Phillip's
Wheat Phosphate, Acid Phosphate,
Coca Wine, Beef Extracts, Dr. lien
ley's Celery, Beef and Iron, Boviuitie
and others. All of these preparations
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
FOR SALE !
'piIESL Lots varying from one-half
L to seven-tenths of an aeie, aie ad
vantageously situated, being jut beyond
the Park, ami lying between tlie'llia
inond Head load and the sea. Govern
ment water is laid on along the front of
these Lots on the road. Tho beaeli is of
soft white Mitul, aud tlio leef is famous
for delicious llsli of vailous kinds, which
Of the ten original Lots Nos. 1 and !
have been sold and 9 and lOaie ie-nved
by tlo owner, Mr. S. 11. Dole The
othor six Lots are ottered for sale at the
upset pi ice of 8800 apiece. When bids
have been received for three or inoie
Lots an auction sale will be held. Lot 3
has beeu bid for, leaving live Lots un
appioprinlcd. The title is fee simple, and terms aie
cash, or one-half cash and the balance
on mortgage at 8 percent for one or two
year. Occds at thu expensu of pur
chasers. S3T A chart of the Lots Is on exhibi
tion at my Salesroom.
BS?" These Lots are marked by
corner stakes, giving the munbcis.
PARENTS ATTENTION !
ACADEMY OF BALL & PANCY
Dancing and Physical Culture 1
Children from 3 to 1(5 years every Sat
urday from 2 to 5 i m. Terms, 8H.00 a
month In advance. Adults class in ball
room dancing every Friday from 8 to
Pupils accepted and Information given
at thu At ion Hall during above time.
Private lessons given at any time.
MISS von GERICHTEN.
Professor of Dancing.
tSf School opens Fiiday, Feb. 12,
1802. Call Mutual Tel. G0r. a'J'J lw
r"rVrOTICE Is hereby
2dS" i the followlni!
animal will bu sold at public auction
on SATURDAY, Feb. 20, 1 802, at 12
o'clock noon, at the Government Pound
1 Hay Hoise, white spot on foieliead;
both fore hips sore, also the back; :i legs
white, all shod, branded "J A G" on
right hind leg.
SST Owner of the above nuiiual must
send iu his claim within 12 days,
otherwise it will bo sold on the date
above named. D. KAOAO,
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1802. 311 'it
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
T the adjourned annual meeting of
r the stockholders of the C. Ilrewur
it Company held this day, tliu following
wero elected Olllcers of the CoiponitioH
to bene during the ensuing yuar:
Hon. J O. Carter
II. llobcrtsou , ,
Hon. C. 11. Bishop, II. WaterlioiiBe, ICf-ij.,
S. U. Allen, K(i.
E. F, 1MSIIOP,
Seeietary O. Ill ewer Si Co,
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1802. U lm
Honolulu Steam Pinning MID.,
MauufacttucH all kinds of Mouldings,
Ilraekets, Window Frames, Hllmls,
Sashes, Doors, and all kinds of wood
work Mulsh. Turning, Scroll and Hand
Hawing. All kinds of Hawing and
Planing, Morticing ami Tenanting.
t? Orders promptly attended to and
work guaranteed. Orduis fiom tliu
oilier Ibliuuls solicited. 1-01
C10M PORTA 11LK Cottage hi
I Pauoa. at nieseut occu
pied by MeOanilless llios. In
ONK Cottage to let on
Punchbowl street. Ku
quiroof L. ADLKlt,
13 Nuiiaiiu st. bhoe ttuie.
HOUSE of 0 looms, kitchen
and hitlirooiu, within
four minutes' walk of thu
Pool Olllce. Rent Q'M a month,
ut this olllce.
THERE WAS IN
This littli! sketch illustrates a family going for goods
purchiisi'd and which had nol h 'en sent home as prompt!'
as requested. "We make it a point (o deliver everything at
the time promised ; it is one of the tilings that lias helped
our htisiness. Jf you come in and buy a set of llaviland,
for instance, late this aftern oti can use it for dinner
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels1 Bunk, Honolulu.
- 1 m m irnmiM !! i ii ii ii i i i mi !! mi iibimii m imwimw Mnn
Gentlemen Attention !
HEAD THIS AND IT WILL GIVE YOU A POINTER.
UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS. Come and sec the re-enforced
Unlaundried Shirts that we are selling for CO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MEN'S SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, llal
briggan, Black or fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we arc selling for '2o cents a pair.
MEN'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-lland and Ties of all kinds.-
Kay See our White P. lv. Scarfs that we are selling 2 for 2o cents;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, they are good valuu.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
104 Fost Street,
HOLL1STER & CO,
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
SSf NKW GOODS BY KVKHY STKAMEH. 'XS
B. F. EHLEKS & CO..
; Stock we offer supei lor values for
OIIKNILLK I'ORTIKKHS, FROM $0.50 Ul'W'ARD,
HtiilieH" Sc 31iillreiiH C-jrOHHiiirni
AT ALL STYLES AJJD PRICED
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFrS,
SOCKS ASD SCARFS AT COST.
l5 Dressmaking under the management of MISS IC. OLV1UCK.
MISS N. von GERICHTEN,
IPin-niHt Ac SoloiKt
Teaches thu Higher and Lower Rudi
ments of Music. Fur further Informa
tion IikiiiUu at Hawaiian News Co.'s
Store, or eall Miituall'ylephoiio C05.
OLD WOMAN. ETC.
Builders' & Geneial Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General Merciiaiiflise,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
S E WI N G MAG HI N ES.
less than former
prices iu every
W. T. M0NSARRAT,
Veterinary Surgeon, J,
laTOtllco at Hotel Stah'es, Hotel
btivut. Roth Telephones 32. Kesldeuoe:
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