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time. It I ft nlun Ly tlio Bteam -uhlstlo of tlio
Honolulu 1'lnxliiK Mill, n few doom nbotc
tlio Custom llouso. Tlio sniuo v1iIhUo Is
(ouiulod coiroctly ut Honolulu moiiii noon.
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FRIDAY, FEB. 12, 1892.
Sehr Kaulkcaoullfrom Kauai
Sttur Kmilafiotn Kalmkii
S S ilaulic, Pe.irnc, for Yokohama nud
VESSELS LEAViNC TO-MORROW.
fttmr Kiniui for Maui and Hawaii at
10 a m
8 S Alameda, Horse, for the Colonics
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr Pele 2770 bags sugar.
Stiur .las Makee 915 bags sugar.
For Yokohama nud Hongkong, per S
S Gaelic, Feb 12 -Ton"' Mum; Wa, Tuln
Cluing Wa and w ifc, Mr and Mrs I F
Lewis, 1GG stei'iate and 21 cabiu and
several hundred In transit
i no steamer rule was named on
Maiiue Railway tills afternoon for slight
The S S Gaelic, Pearne master, car
ried from tills port 27 packages, and had
in transit 2579 packages.
The (Jcrniau baik Paul Isenberg lias
been moved to the V M S S wharf, wheie
she awaits "more sugar.'
The American bark Aldcn Besso lying
above the OSS wharf has received a
fresh coat of paint.
The barkentluc John Smith is awaiting
a load of sugar at the W S S wharf .
The S S Maiiposa yesterday for San
Francisco took 1850 bags sugar, 2000
hags lice, 1245 bnclis bauanas. Domestic
ROACH In Alameda, January 23. Mary
A., widow of the late lolinF Roach,
a native of Ireland, aged 54 years
A satciiki. has been ! t.
I'll nieot you at tlio Brunswick.
Buhaoh Buiineus at Hobrou, New
man & Co.'s. 31.' lw
C. J. McOaiitiiy has lots
Klrcet for sale.
Button Holes niado to ordor at No.
4 Garden Lane. 307 tf
The Brunswick uro tho only Billiard
Parlors in town. 0 if
CiUAUTEKLX meeting Union Feed
Co., 11 a. nl., Monday next.
The A. L. of H. meeting is post
poned until to-morrow evening.
Afteh shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents,
'" ' 1-tf
SiiNiiuiiN lelioved at onco by Cu
cumber TOnic, Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents. ' 1-tf
Hek Majesty has granted letters
patent of denization to Mr. Robert B.
All kinds of sausages are niado
and delivered by Geo. 1). Schraedor,
Fort street. j
Havi: your childiou -yaecimited,
Freal) vacciio virus at ifobron, Now
Delicious coil'cu and chocolate will
bo servpd ovory morning early at tho
i'alaco Icp Cream Pallors, Ludwigson,
(is Cron, Hotel street. 221 tf
Genuine Fostor kid gloves, to ho
cold (or one week at $1.50 a pair, nro
among tlio lino articles announced by
the T em pi o of Fashion.
Get your boots and times made
and repaired by tho old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on East
Hotel street, Fiist-class wmk, low
prices. " 4-t!
Ecian & Guiin are in the midst of
their annual cash clearance sale.
Thoy are selling all goods at gioatly
riduced prices to make room for largo
stocks coming for spring and summer.
Or. Heron Diuskovltuh, thu first
woman in Austria to follow a courso
of philosophical studies, lias lost her
reason from overwork.
LOCAL AHD GENERAL NEWS.
What is Honolulu coming to when
snndbagR nro introduced?
This S. S. Alameda will not have
imy freight for Honolulu.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
clear, wind, fresh northeast.
I'norBSHori and Mm, HnMiicr will
gio leenptlou .it Oiiliu College this
No little trouble with Chinese litis
been occasioned hy the absence of the
EvANOin.lsiio services-will be held
in Bethel Hall thiH evening, conduct
ed by tho Y. M. O. A.
Tun S. 8. Oaelio sailed this after
noon with f cabin and l(i(5 steerage
passengers from thin port.
Tun bund played at Emma Squiiic
last uiglit. This evening the baud
will piny at Thomas Square.
Coal divers are getting quito miiii
orous along the rity front, in the vi
cinity of conl discharging vessels.
TllK British battleship Varnpite,
flagship of Admiral Holliaui, is ex
pected here about the llrst of April.
Chun Hook, the notorious robber,
took passage on tint S. S. Geelic to
day for tlio Flowery Kingdom. Ta, ta,
The S. S. Alameda from San Fran
cispo will be duo here to-moriow, with
two days later news and tho Englinli
The special uiusical service at St
Andiew's Catliedinl takes pl.ico Fri
day evening, tho l'Jth hist., not this
Retokn permits to Chinese leaving
by tho steamor Gaelic have been is
sued at the Foroign Office for CI adults
and 84. minors.
Mauy A., widow of tho late John
F. ltoach, died "in Alauiida, C.ilifoi
nia, aged 51 years. She was mother
of Messrs John F. and 1). V. Roach
of this city.
J. F. Mohoan will sell tlio residence
on Young street, in tho rear of Hon.
S. Parker's residence, to-morrow, at
his salesroom. The salo was post
poned horn Saturday last.
Tin: Kimo Pake insurance case
against H. llnckfcld & Co., agents of
the North German InsurancH Co., is
boing heard,beforo Chief Justice J odd.
Thurston & Frcar for plaintiiF; F. M.
Hatch for defendant.
HonnoN, Newman & Co., druggists,
are very unfortunate. Their store
was entered tho other night and a
few articles taken, not of much value,
however. Mr. Newman oxpects to
put in a patent thief catcher.
So.mi: counterfeit nickels have been
secured by Marshal Wilson. They
are supposed to be BOino of the stock
for making which a Japanese was
convicted at the November term of
the Circuit Couit at Waimea, Hawaii.
The S.S. China will touch at tliis port
on her way lo Hongkong next trip.
She will probably bring tho Chinete
and Japanese passengers of the Rio
Janeiro, taken past hcie on account
of smallpox having developed among
Owino to tho non-arrival of the Al
ameda on schedule time, tho steamer
Kimiu's sailing time has been post
poned till 10 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing. A party of tourists for the vol
cano is expected by the Han Francisco
The Hawaiian Rifle Association's
12th and last monthly match of the
first yeai's eeiies will bo held at their
rango to-morrow afternoon. As tho
contestants have hold close together
the deciding match will bo quite in
teresting. Lands specified in another column
belonging to the estate of His late
Majesty will bo offered at auction to
morrow at noon by J. F. Morgan.
Tho lands comprise sonio very desira
ble property, and should meet with
The stock sale by Mr. Morgan to
day resulted as follows: 10 shuies
Inter-Island Steam Navigation Co.,
liar value $100, to Mr. Douglas Col
lins nt $'120; 10 shares of tlio same to
Mr. Fred. Harrison at $122.(50; 20
shares Wilder's Steamship Co., par
value JflOO, to Hon. Geo. C. Bockley
Mk. W. It. Sims' Japanese cook got
into troublo with a woman Wednes
day. Tlio trouble occurred at tho
Sims' residonco, Beietania street. Tlio
woman reported to tho Police Station
of how tlio Japanese had assaulted
her witli a bludgeon, detoiibing tlio
size of it. Trial came up in the Police
Court tins morning and after review
ing tho evidence His Honor discharged
tlio man and ordered them to go their
FROM HOTEL DELLOHE.
Mr. C. W. Heed, proprietor of tho
Hotel Dclloiie, Omaha, one of the
finest now and modern hotels in the
West, says of Chamberlain's Cough
Hcniedy; ''We hnvo used it in our
family for years w(tli tho most satis
factory result, especially for our
children, for colds and croup. It can
be depended upon ( besides it is
pioasnut to take and scums to lie free
f i om chloroform and tho oily sub
stances put into many eolith mix
tures." 50 cent and 81 bottles for
salo hy all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
LOOK TO YOUR LICENSE.
Tlio Marshal will have business
places inspected beginning Monday,
to see that ull comply with the re
quirements of Chapter 28, Session
Laws of 1890, A license must bu
pxjiospi to ylpw in 80in,u pioniiuonl
place convenient for Inspection on the
premises for 'which it is granted,
Non-coinpliuiico with tlio law makes
the delinquent liable to a fine of not
less than 810 uor more than $50.
(Sh Fruncisco, Feb.
uxiTT.n n twrr.H.
The histoiic.il old Appomattox
Courthouse buildiil"; was burned Feb.
1 and nil the county records entirely
consumed. The loss of the records
leaves tlio county in sad straits.
The McLayne House, in which Gen
eral Lee signed the tonus of surren
der to General Grant, at ono time
was threatened with destiuction.
. Boyd lias been decided by the
United States Supi cmc Court to be
the Governor of Nebraska. His elec
tion was contested on the ground that
he was not a citizen of the United
States. Boyd came from Canada
when a boy witli his father. He was
a resident of the territory of Ne
biaska when it became a Slate, nud
always after cominir of age exercised
the privileges of a citizen. Boyd's
father had also taken out naturaliza
tion papers prior lo 1851. All the
judges except Field ajjreed that
Boyd was a citizen. Thayer, the
Republican candidate, who was
given the chair hy a decision of the
Nebraska Supreme Court against
Boyd, will now have to retire.
There is n likelihood of the Pacific
naval station being divided into two
commands, one to be known as the
North Pacific squadron and tho other
as the South Pacific.
Jacob P. Lccsc, the pioneer of
pioneers, died at St. Luke's hospital,
San Francisco, Feb. 1, aged 82
years. In 183G ho built the first
house ever erected in San Francisco.
Lccse was a native of Ohio.
THE CHILEAN ULTIMATUM.
There is one curious feature about
the history of the ultimatum. All its
points were known on the London
Slock Exchange before they readied
llie United States. The despatch of
Tuesday morning, which acknow
ledged Chile's back-down and out
lined the terms, also came through
London souiccs. It is intimated
hero that the news was known in
London even before Minister Perreira
had made the formal reply to Minis
ter Egan. It apparently traveled
straight from the Montt Cabinet
council to the speculative centers of
Europe. The early knowledge in
London of the terms of the reply
throws a curious light on the intimate
relations of the English speculators
with the Chilean Government. The
terms of the leply arc known to be
almost identical with the suggestions
of British Minister Kennedy and the
suggestion of reference to the Su
preme Court oflhe United States is
purely a British one. Washington
dispatch to Chicago Tribune.
WHAI EBACK STEAMEUS.
McDougall, the whaleback yard
manager, has returned to West Super
ior, Wisconsin, from New York,
where, at a meeting of the directors
of the American Steel Barge Com
pany, he was empowered to spend
Si, 000, 000 in the construction of
whalebacks for the company's own
use, they finding it more profitable
lo operate the boats than to make
them for other patties. Arrange
ments were made for a number of the
directors as a separate body to pur
chase the great passenger whaleback
now building for service during the
World's Fair. It will be operuted
by this new company.
THE UUSSIAN FAMINE.
In a report from Minister Smith at
St. Petersburg, to the U. S. State
Department, he says in pait:
"Cold as well as hunger causes
terrible suffering. In some neighbor
hoods large numbers of persons hud
dled together ir. houses for tho pur
pose of warmth. Bams have been
lorn down and the boards used for
die wood. Even thatched roofs are
torn off and thu straw made fo feed
the dying e Jibers. Clothing is given
away for biead, horses and cattle are
sacrificed at a fifth of their value;
fodder is as scarce as human food
and in some cases horses' flesh is
sacrificed for sustenance.
"Duiing tlio winter there is no
work, and fathers have left their
wives and children to fight the' battle
of want alone, because they could do
nothing and their absence left fewer
mouths to feed at home. The bread
which many are eating is composed
of wild arrack, potatoes, chaff and
leaves, and ihesu terrible conditions
inevitably produce disease. Within
a radius of ono mile more are 120
cases of typhus fever.
"The pestilence is decimating the
people. In an official estimate the
number of those without food or
means of support who require aid is
given us M, 000,000 persons and this
is probably below the truo number.
The loss to Itussiu by famine is esti
mated at 8500,000,000. Up to tlio
present time there have been few
contributions from abroad, but tho
Government and pcoplo of Russia ure
deeply bou-dble of the spontaneous
offers made in various parts of the
EXl'EOTEO ItOVAL HETKOTIIAL,
Helena Vacaresco, tho favorite
lady-in-waiting of the Queen of
Roiimanla, whoso engagement to
Princo Ferdinand of Holienzollern
Sigmuriugen, Crown Prince of Rou
iiiauhi, caused such a commotion a
fow months ago, is betrothed to a
wealthy member of tho well-known
Cartacuzenc family, low thl thu
(esthiy of Has yoting lady has boon
comfortably sottled, we my speedily
expect to hear of tho Crown Prince's
betrothal to Princess Maiiu of Edin
burgh, unless, indeed, tho Emperor
of Russia succeeds in preventing the
mutch, to which he will not bu more
feJli'EUOll WILLIAM INJUUF.II.
Iimpcror William met with rather
a serious accident during his recent
shooting excursion, which has been
kept very quiet indeed. Tho Emper
or while, engaged in a wild boar hunt,
slipped and fell heavily on his light
arm, which was ho severely bruised
and sprained that it had lo bo kent in
'a sling for two days, ard his majesty
was advised to rest it lor a longer
period. Tliis neeident might have
had a grnvc result, for the Emperor's
loft arm is absolutely useless.
A SLINGSHOT SLUGGER.
VMmii!tM u titic nt Homo and Uvli
Loud cries of "haul in," in the
vicinity of tho Kawaialiao Church
lane early this morning, drew a po
lice olllcer to the spot. On ai rival
the olllcer saw it native on top of
a wliitu man stiuggling to keep him
down. The white man was ascertain
ed to be J. Vatiaisdule. It appears
from the story of the native that
Vanarsdale came to his home about
1 o'clock this morning and sought
admission into the house. The man
was told to go away, hut took no
notice of tho outer. Seeing that the
man was still hovering around the
native, who was in bed, got up and
politely asked Vaunrsdale to leave
the premises. Vanarsdale, it was
noticed, had a slingshot in his
hand. With this deadly weapon the
man struck the nativo over the head,
iullicting a deep and ugly cash from
which the blood flowed freely. Be
fore ho could repent tho blow, tho
native jumped on him and bore him
to the ground, where he held him till
the police came. Vanarsdale was
taken to the Saliou House and on the
way attempted to get a knife out of
his pocket. He was brought up in
Court this morning and tried for as
sault with a deadly weapon. The
prosecution moved for the committal
of defendant. Tlie latter made a
statement, after being cautioned by
the Court, and was committed for
trial at the next term of the Supreme
Court. The bail was fixed at S500.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert at Thomas
Square this evening, commencing
at 7:30. The following is the pro
Overture Poet and Peasant Suppe
Duct -Trovatore Veidl
CIioiiis Tunnliuuser Wagner
Selection Martha Flotow
Hone Ac Nel. Wat Mapmia. Ahea Oc.
Selection Bohemian Gill Balfe
Fantasia Forge in the Forest
Waltz Tho Source Waldteuf el
Polka Red and Black Coote
ENCLISH AS SHE IS WROTE.
The following appears in a hand
bill received at this office from Bor
deaux, France: "I send Free of Car
riage per Registered Parcel Post a
very beautif ull Pocket Walking Stick
In exchange of 500 used Bill or
Postage Stamps From Your Inland
For Obtain a large quantity of Stamps
in a Shortly Delay please to do En
quiries in the Old Correspondence."
For several hundred years, and
down to a comparatively recent dale,
money was coined at from twenty
five to thirty different cities in
France that had inherited the privi
lege. Now all French money is
coined at the Paris Mint, and bears,
instead of the effigy of some distin
guished person, a head representing
the republic or liberty in the more
Every family should be provided
witli some reliable medicine for bowel
complaints. A fair trial will con
vince any ono that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrlioja Remedy
is without an equal; besides it is
pleasant to take. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for salo by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents.
w m m
There is uo machinery in the Sierra
Leone Islands except the sewing
machine. Tho colony is 103 years
old and contains 50,000 people with
out a snw-mill or any other kind of a
mill to do any kiud of woodwork.
Law. Office In
"HI ATEL VINE
J purse Ifieldo, between Kliinu street
nud l'uuahou Prcpniaiory School, Please
return to Bulletin Olllce and leceivoro
waid. 'M'i tit
THE legular monthly meeting of tho
American Legion of Honor is
postnoiK-d until SATURDAY EVEN
ING, Feb, 13th. J M. QAT,
343 It Heeietary.
MEETING NOTICE. .
'HUE legu'iir imiirluily meeting of tho
1 4J11I011 FeudiOo, (L'd), will he
held ut tho Company's ollleo on MON
DAY, Feb. IB, 18.U, at 11 o'clock a ii.
F. R. V1DA,
Secretary Union Feed Co., L'd.
Honolulu, Feb. 12, 181)2. 33 2c
Sausages I Sausages !
IM.'JIt nulmrnu. I.lver Plldlltllir.
V Ulood Pmlilhn:. Head Cheenu,
FrauUuit buusaiic, Vluiim Sausage and
Kino Pork Sausage always oil naiiu aim
delivered to oi derby
OEO. D. SOIIRAKDER,
132 Foit street, two doors above the
Gci mania Market.
, MutuulTel. 710. 33 3i
reconciled from the fdbt
Gorman liniperor ts iliticli
Is a question often naked these days.
You mo foi Intuitu if it is only it cold,
hut even colds if not checked dcotop
into serious maladies.
For coughs wo havo Jay ne'", Ayerfs i
and Chanilierliiiii Remedies, also,
German Syrup, Shiloh's Curt', Halo's
Honey, Allen .t Hall's B.iImiiii, ho
sier's Cherry Cordial, Scott's Emul
sion, Honinopathic "B & S" Cough
Syrup and ninny others.
If you have it cold in the head we've
Cusliiiiiin's Menthol and Culler's Pock
et Inhalers. We keep seveial kimls
of Atomizers for spraying tlio nostrils
and throat in cases of caturih. Caloric
Vita Oil is a popular preparation for
colds on the chest. Should you prefer
Porous Plasters we can supply your
demand as we keep a full line of thes-e
When your health begins to wane
and tonics are wanted to build up your
constitution, drop in and wo will show
you what there is in that line. Hero
arc a few of a long list: Midline, Fel
lows' Syrup, Cod Liver Oil, Phillip's
Wheat Phosphate, Acid Phosphate,
Coca Wine, Beef Extracts, Dr. Hen
ley's Celery, Beef and Iron, Bovinine
and others. All of these preparations
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Coram' Port to JClni? HtrcetH.
FOR SALE 1
THESE Lots, varying from one-half
to seven-tenths of an acio, are ad
vantageously situated, being just beyond
the Pnrk and lying between I lie Dia
mond Head road and the sea. Govern
ment water ts laid on along thu front of
these Lots on the road. The beach is of
soft white sand, nud tlio icef is famous
for delicious fish of various kinds, which
Of tho ten original Lots Nos. 1 and 2
have been sold and 9 and 10 are ici-rvod
by the owner, Mr. S. B. Dole The
other six Lots are offeicd for side at the
upset price of 8800 apiece. When bids
have been received for three or more
Lots nu auction sale will be held. Lot 3
lias been bid for, leaving live Lots un
appropriated. The title is fee simple, and terms are
cash, or one-half cash and the balance
on mortgage at 8 percent for one or two
years. Deeds at tho expense of pur
chasers. J A chart of the Lots is on exhibi
tion at my Salesroom.
These Lots are marked
corner stakes, giving the numbers.
Ivmouth Gin !
Hawaiian Wine Co.,
25 & 'JO MERCHANT STREET.
, 3-12 1m
PAltENTS ATTENTION !
ACADEMY OF BALL & FANCY
DanciDg and Physical Culture !
Childien fiom 3 to 10 years every Sat
urday fiom 2 to G i'. m. Tenns, 83.00 a
month In advance. Adults class in ball
room duiieing every Filday fiom 8 to
10:30 1-. si.
Pupils accepted and information given
at the Alton Hall during above time.
Private lessons given at any time.
MISS von GERICHTEN,
Professor of Dancing.
Wt School opens Friday, Feb. 12,
18U2. Call Mutual Tel. CCo. 330 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
T tho adjourned annual meeting of
thu stockholders of the C. Hiewer
it Company held this day, thu followinir
wore elected Olllcers of tho Corporation
to seive during the eiibulug year:
Hon. J O. Carter ii
Oeo. II, Robertson Treasurer,
E. I". UNiop Sccietary,
Hon. W. F. Allen ..Auditor.
Hon. G. It, Bishop, II. Watei house, Esq.,
S. C. Allen, Eq.
E. F BISHOP,
Sccietary O. Brewer & Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, lftOif. till tin
1 FINE DRIVING MARE, G ycais old,
biokcu to single ami double Iiiihium; a
llrst-chiss minister; lady can dilve It:
ml bed on Judd's Ranch; gentle anil
I R01D CART, lift seat, nearly new,
built to order by Hawaiian Carriage
1 PHAETON, built by 'tBrlggs;" full
leather top, side cm tains; Driving
Apron,, Lap Robe, Whip; without doubt
the easiest riding Phaeton in Honolulu.
1 SET HARNESS, made by Hammer.'
y- Apply A.," Hulli-tln Ollleo 342 3t
Horse Shoer Wanted !
t3T Apply at
MpLain's Shoeing Shop,
1341 'Jt Second door from Lucus' Mill.
purchfiMMi" and which
as requested. We make it a
the time promised ; it is ono
Jf you come in and
late this ai'tern.. n
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckcls' Banc, II u .' du.
READT1US AND IT
UiMLAUNDRIED SHIRTS. Come and sec the re-enforced
Unhiundricd Shirts that we are selling for GO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MEN'S SOCKS. Aii immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
briggan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that wo are selling for 25 cents a pair.
ME'S'NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-lland and Ties of all kinds.
flta?" See our White P. K. Scarfs that we are selling 2 for 25 cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, they arc good value.
Men's Bathing .Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
'N. S. SACHS,
1 04 Fort Street, - - Hono'ulu.
COIUSEU POUT & HOTEL. STREETS.
J -indium ! l.nlie ! X-,clies !
GENUINE!-FOSTER KID GL0YES 1-GEMHE I
IN ALL C OLOHS.
Will Soltl Vat' One WeeU a.t Si SO n. JPrtii-.
A Large Assoittucut of Embroidery; Oriental, Chiffon, and Torchon Laces,
EST At Reduced Prices ! -&
S. ELLRLICII & CO.
lOO Fort Street,
Animal Cash Clearance Sale!
FOR THREB WEEK, COMMENCING FEBRUARY 8TH,
We will sell
ALL GOODS at GRKATLY REDU ED PRICES to make room
large and varied SPRING and 6UM.UEH STOCIC to arrive.
Gloves, Hosiery, HanakercMefs Embroidery, Lices, Ribbons,
Notions, SUKb, Satins, Surr.ihs. Wool Diess Goods, Cotton, Sheetings,
Linens, Cm talus, Poitieres, Bed Spreads, Hugs, Boys' and Gent's
Clothing, Hatb, (straw and felt) ; Cap-,, Trunks, lings,
Valises, t'olUrs, Cuffs, Shiits, Underwear, Etc.
B. I1. EHLEBS & CO,
After taking Stuck wo offer superior values for less than former prices in every
OIIENH.LE PORTIERES, FROM f(J.50 UPWARD,
J-jUxTusm"' Ac Hiilclt-eii'is HOHHLmei
AT ALL STYLES AND PRICE j.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
SOCIO AND SCARFS AT COST.
W Dressmaking under tho management of MISS IC. OLIRIfE.
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
6y- NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER, -tg
MISS N, von GERICHTEN,
IPinniHt; Ac Woloiwt
Teaches tho Higher and Lower Rudi
ments of Muele. For fiuther Infoiiua
tioii luipilio at Hawaiian News Co.'s
Store, or call Mutual Telephone UU3,
OLD WOMAN, ETC.
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'Wfc i J i m
illustrates a family going for goods
had not b nai sent lionif as promptly
point lo deliver-everything at
of the things thai has helped
buy a set of Ilaviland,
you can use it foi dinner
GIVE YOU A POINTER.
II reiver It lock.
W. T. M0NSARRAT,
tr Ollleo at Hotel Stuh'es, Hotel
street. Both Telephones 32. Reslduncu:
Mutual Tel. (ilU. dec 10-91