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CORN Hit POUT & HOTEL STREETS
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GENUINE!-FOSTER KID GLOVES ! GENUINE !
IN AM- (Ol.OKS.
Will 1 Sold LVm One Vm'I lit s 1 "JO u
A Large Aortnietil of Kinbioiilot ; Oilental. Chiffon, and
ESf- At Reduced
B. I fiHLBR
SH l-'OH'r S"M'U10l.rX
After taking Stock wo offer upoiior miIih-s fur les tlmn foiuier prices hi every
CHENILLE 1'ORTlElti:-., FROM 0.r0 UPWARD,
J ii,ai oh Ac 31iilxx'Oii',!-i Gossamer
AT ALL STYLES AND IMUCE3.
GENTS' SHIRTS,. UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFtS,
SOCK- AND SCARFS AT COST.
PB Dic-siuaking uiuler tho management of MISS K. CLARICE.
Builders' & Geneiai Hardware,
Agricultural Implements, .
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WAKE, TIN WAKE, NEVER BREAK WAKE,
Cutlery & General Merclianflise,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBE'S, AND REMINGTON
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relophoneb, No. 175.-
California Wheat, O.U Hav, in largo and compressed bales ; Barley, Lolled
.fc Uruiiml Barley, Oalilorni.i & Nlw Zealand Oats, Middlings, liran, Coin,
Clacked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
Drifted Snow and Victor Flour!
: IP XO At rX' 1 LIZ JIG At :
Wo keep coiibtantly in stock tho celebrated Fcrlilizeis manufactured by Mr.
A. Haas of San Fianeisco, viz.: Jiuiiu Meal, Wool Dust and High Glade
Super Phosphates, all of which can he had at bediock prices.
&jff iHKnri ordor colicited find satisfaction guaranteed. Jjtf
LEWIS & CO., Ill Fort Street,"
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
Tttr -..irtl, utnmw.r nf tlu O. H. K. CO.
J i"" "- .. , , ,, ,;t
Butter, Frozen Uybteis ami r resn uuiiioiuia niuu, nnn, nuum, ,ibuubn
etc., etc. A coinpU'te line of Croabe & Bhickwoll'a & J. T. Moiton'a Canned
& Bottled Gtidiib alwayb on hand. Albo, jiibt received a fresh line of German
Pates and Potted Me.itb and Bottled Preserved Fruitb, J-ewis & Co.'b Maltese
Brand Sugar Cured Hams and Bacm, New Breakfabt Coruals, Cieam Oat
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, hieily Lemons and California Hiverside
Oraimes, Oregon Burliauk l'otatoeb, Etc., Etc.. Eic. Satisfac'iou guaranteed.
P. O. Box 1-15.-
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Now Ciood received by every packet from Eastern States and Europe,
Freiih California Pioduee by every steamer. All oidorn faithfully attended
to and tioodn delivered to any part of the e.ity free of charge. .Island orders
unboiled. AiIMkoIhhi irum-antecd l-"l
c. J. McCarthy,
Ni.w Cumminh' IJi.of'K,.Mi:nniANT Shikut.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
FIRE INSUJfANCE PLACE J),
Rents Collected and Houses Rented.
hiihincsK entnibled to me will receive pioinpt attention,
STYLES OF ARCHITECTURES:
EastlnKe, Queen Aujie, Reimlfsaitee, (Jothic, Italian, Classic, Norman,
IN STOKE, BRICK, IRON OR WOOD.
Best Modern Designs In Hosidences! Cheap ArllsMc Collages a Specialty!
Complete plant and speoilleatlous given; also superintendence of construction.
tm OintE-llrillou Block, cxr.
lu 1 1.
U11RL1CU & CO.
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LUIS KS. 5T
Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
-V. 0. Box 297.
from California fresh
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-Telejihono No. 92.
i oh Tin:
Kiufir & Fort.
Entrance on Fort St,
FANCY DRESS BALL,
Given by Quoon Liliuokalani
at lolani Palace.
Children tho Spooial Guosts
By a happy thought Her Majesty
invited the children who hnd p:rltct
paled in a fancy dres? birthday party
of Mr. and Mrs. 1 A. Sohaefer's
young daughter to a fancy dress ball
at the Palace last night. Resides the
parents of the special quests u large
number of other-grownup folks had
been kindly invited by the Queen to
enjoy the rare spectacle. So many
accepted that the borders of the
throne room were thronged with peo
ple looking at the young folks in
delight equal to that enjoyed by the
Queen Liliuokalani received the
special guests in a grand parade,
standing at the head of the throne
room. Her Majesty was attended by
His Excellency A. S. Clcghorn, Gov
ernor of Oahu, Prince Kalauiauaolc,
and Ladies-in -Waiting Mcsdames
Wilson, Carter, Aldrich and Claik.
cies S. Parker, C. N. Spencer, II. A.
Wideinann and W. A. Whiting, and
Mesdames Parker, Spencer and Wid
einann had positions on cither side.
the Royal Hawaiian Band stationed
on the front veranda furnished the
The children marched in "and up
the room two by two, the smallest
taking precedence. Hcleno Irwin,
a four-year old tot, and Tillie
Holing, bright as the butterflies
they represented, were leaders
of the procession. Major J. W.
Robertson, Chamberlain, presented
Ihi' children by name in turn to the
Queen, to whom they all bowed ex
cept the two little court ladies, Else
Schacfer and Bessie Lawrence, who
gracefully performed the couitesies
that some living will remember see
ing their grandmothers do. After
the presentation a list o'f 12 dances
was begun, through which the young
people went with a dignity and pre
cision not alwaj's reached by mature
It was pretty enough to see the
ordinary dances performed by a
complete assortment of juvenile sizes
from three to close on to six feet in
stature, arrayed in costumes rich in
material and resplendent in endless
range and combinations of colors.
Yet the most taking events of the
evening were probably the Spanish
dance, by Rita Schmidt and Gardie
Macfailane aud the Minuet by Else
Schacfer and Bessie Lawrence
Both dances were done with exceed
ing grace, the pairs being well
matched, and both had to be repeat
ed in response to continued ap
plause. Miss Atkinson had trained
the little girls for these exhibitions,
and lias reason to be gratified with
the way they carried themselves be
fore the company. There was not
the slightest Haw in thoir perform
ance. The beating of the castonets
bj' Hie Spanish dancers was bcanti
A break was made in the middle
of the program for supper, which
was served in the dining room to the
young folks first. It is needless to
say that they enjoyed the repast,
which comprised substantial and
delicacies in profuse variety. With
growing bodies after all the exercise
aud excitement the plainest refresh
ment would have been relished, so
that it may be depended on that the
royal banquet was justly appreciated.
Below is a list of the children with
their respective characters:
Gertrude Wideinann, Fire; Master
Freddie Iaukea, Colonel ; Robert At
kinson, Honolulu Rifleman ; W. II.
Soper, -12 Highlander; Leslie Preston
Scott, Adnijral Sir Joseph Porter, K.
C. U. (Pinafore); O-lg'ii Bergcr, Bre
ton Biide; Charlie Bcrger, Bueke
burg Peasant j Miss Linda Schaefer,
Fairy Cupid ; Ivy K Richnrdson, La
flile du Regiment; Ethel F. Smith,
Red Killing Hood ; Cordelia Bishop
Walker, Highland Chiefess; Katy
Paly; Kate Clreenway Jhibel S,oren
son, Sunflower ; Lillje Paty, Japanese
Girl ; Anna Wideinann, Bavarian
Peasant Gill j Gertrude Scott, Italian
Peasant ; Josephino Soper, Shepherd
ess ; Thomas V. King, Mophistoph
eles; Rity Schmidt, Spanish Dancing
Girl, 11 M Mist, Duke of Dunstable,
from Patience; Irmgard Macfailane,
Spanish Dancing Girl; Mabel
Woods, Milkmaid; Harry Maefar
lane, Japanese Nobleman ; J, F.
Soper, Volunteer; Molly Atkinson,
La Folio; Anuio Paty, Greek Maid
en; Wislar Evans Patterson, Fiench
Cook; Helen Robertson, Italian
Fruit Vender; Samuel Woods,
Prince Ciarnimjj Frank Woodb,
Paddy McfJjnnfs; Ernest Ross,
Colonel Calverly; Hanha' .Qlade,
Red Ridinghood ; Irmgard Schaefer,
Gypsy Fortune Teller; Samuel
Allen Walker, Oscar Wilde;
Tillie Hoting, Butterfly; George
Gedgo Fuller, George Washington ;
Minnie Schmidt, Tyrolian Girl ;
Grace King, Aitist; Juliet King,
Snow; Master Robert Ernest
Mist, Nelson on first, joining the na
vy ; Harold Spencer, Imssiniio j Kath
leen Carlwrlght, Red Imps L'oiiise
Clarke, Petite Dame of the Eigh
teenth Century ; Marion Scott, Prince
Fuiryfoot ; Bruce Cartwright, Knight ;
Elsie RobeUson Night; Mabel Rob
ertson, Cherry jRipo Paul Ehlers,
Page; Maud roods, a FoundRng;
Archie Robertson, Court Attendant;
Willie and Charlio Frcctli, the t,wo
Princes in the Tower'f Xyucy Woods,
fermi. I Walter Macfarlnno, German
p 'sftnl Girl; George D.
Freeth, Junto, fe, y J
Monsnrrat, Wei f Loua
vi'vLBi,y ?fTU, nee, Lady of tho
XIV. ; Hessio Lawrc . ' VriJ. ,...
Court of Louis Xl . ' .J,0 ,,'. in
Pink Daisj; Beatrice A ?";),,
Wnlkcr, Doctor of Music ' ,,',,,
Sopor, Spring; William J m
Krunch Page Louis XV. ; Ku '";",
Heilncr, Nvmph ; Richard Cofi ""';
Page; Henry Alexander Walk '
Highland Chief;. Nalani Jones, Ro-'
Peep ; Allison Jordan, Lord Eauntle-
rov: Lita Glade. Faiiv; Clement G.
Smith, Spanish Matador; James
Parker, Page; llelene Irwin, Huller-
lly ; Leila Wodeliouse, Queen of Hie
Roses; Edward Neumann, Signor
llangiapolenta Spaghetti ; William
Walker, Signor Hangingntale Rau
violi ; Sarah Robertson, Carnation
Malniaison ; George Robertson, High
lander ; Violet Wallace, Black Fairy ;
Lilian Neumann, Breton Biide;
Henry Ehlcrs, Shepherd Boy.
The dance was over shortly after
ten o'clock, giving the children am
ple time for rest before school bells
this morning. It may be common
place but nevertheless only a truth
that all life experience will confirm,
to say that their fancy dross ball be
fore the Queen of Hawaii will never
depart from the pleasant memories
of those children.
MRS. GRAY'S CONCERT.
ElHTOK BUI.I.KT1N :
Will you allow me through the
columns of your paper to state to
the public that. in the entertainment
being gotten up for my benefit, to
take place at the Opora House next
Saturday evening, neither 1 nor any
body connected with we will profit
one cent. The proceeds (if there
arc any) lire intended to pay ac
counts outstanding on "Iolanthc"
which was given so successfully, but
at such enormous expense the shoes
alone costing 75 that I fell short
about S300. With the next opera
"The Sorcerer" 1 proposed to srpiare
up accounts as it was not costumed
so expensively. Aud by the way I
remember some kind hearted person
asked through the papers to what
"charitable institution" the proceeds
were to be devoted. It was such a
ludicrous question that I did not
think it worth answering, as it
showed that the one who asked it
had, never been an "operatic itn
pressario" or, in other words, "run
ning an opera," in Honolulu.. To
return to my point) Owing to various
drawbacks connected with "The Sor
cerer," which it would have taken
Herculean efforts to overcome, I did
not put it on the second lime, thus
losing about 8200 in costumes, etc.
Probably this is not very interesting
to any one, but like every woman I
have an excuse i. e., that I was en
deavoring to relieve "the monotony
of a monotonous town," and I would
respectfully beg the long-suffering
and indulgent public to help me out
of my pilikia contracted solely in
the operatic ventures, and come to
the Opera House Saturday night "to
be plcnscd." 4- subjoined acpount
will give an idea of the expenses.
Rent of wigs from San Fran
cisco $ GO
Duty on same G
Rent of orchestra parts -10
Piano hire 25
Balance on costumes 150
Balance on advertising !i(i
" M f an
The above is still unpaid and I
have already paid out on the opera
over 81500, including money of my
own. E. Gkav.
Dit. MoLknnan, the well-known
specialist of San Pranoisvo, Cal., le
eently arrived hero witli his family,
has opened oilices at No. 31 llieliaids
stieet, opposite the Royal Palace.
Tho Doctor has had fifteun yearn of
unprecedented success at tho Bay
City, having among bis patients
many of our leading citizens to whom
he can now refer.
The Doctor's specially is the treat
ment of all chronic, difficult aud lin
gering djseaso, and ho invites all no
afflicted' to yjst him. Refers by per
mission to Air. J. T. WatorhoiiHo, Sr.
Medical and surgical electricity a
specialty. 331 lm
SAFE AND' RELIABLE.
"In buying a pfiigl( medicjno for
children," says II. A- Walker, a
prominent druggist of Ogden, Utah,
"never be afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. There is no
danger from it and relief is always
sure to follow. I particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's because 1 found
it to he safe and reliable." 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
sou, Smith & Co., agents.
Queen street, between
Alakea and JUeiriirds,
..' - "
ONE Cottage to Jet 0
Piilielibowl street. En
quire of L. ADLER,
Hi Nuiiauu st. shoe store,
Kewulo sti eet
ea t'v. toVins easy. Price,
apply to JOHN. F. COLWmN.'
a 15 2v
Picture Frames made to
order from Intent styles of
mouldings. Renovation of
old niptjures u specialty.
AI OPPflMIITT !
At the request of
number of our patrons,
we have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. W. Y. J tow,
as ji practical instructor
in Oil Painting' and "Wn
vr Colorings-free of
Mr. How has been in
our employ for the past
two years and Ave feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling1
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
SI KINO S'l KKET,
li. J. WALLER, - - -Manager.
Wholesale & Retail Butuhers
ELECTION1 oi" OFFICERS.
,i Ttlio adjourned animal meeting of
r the stockholders of the C. Brewer
& Company hold this day, the following
were elected Ollleers of ihe ('(iiporatiou
to serve uuiuig me enduing yir
Hon, J. O. Carter..
Ceo. H. Kobertson.
E. V. Bishop
lion. W. F. Allen..
Hon. O.K. !ihop, II. Watei house, En,.,
S. O. Allen, Esq.
E. V BISMOL',
Secretary C. Hiener Aj Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1892. 311 lilt
ELECTIJDN of OFFICERS.
the annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Agricultural Coinpauvheld
this day, the following persons weie
elected ollleers for the em rout year;
Hon. C. K. Bishop Pieshhmt,
Sam'l 0. Allen.. ....Vieo-Presldenr,
Oeo. M Ilnbcitsou Tieasuier,
.1. O. Carter Seereiaiy,
Tom Alay Auditor.
S. C. Allen, Ch.is. M. Cooke and V. O.
Sect y. Maw. Ag. i 'o.
Honolulu. Jan. 21, 1S!)J. :!25 Hm
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the ami
iiiual meeiiug of the Kwa
'o. held this day the
following ollleers weie eleeted foi the
coining j oar:
C. M. Cooke
J. B. Castle....
E. I). Teimey..
.1. B. Atheitou..
The above mimed
ollleeis also consti
tute, the Bo.ud of Dheetoi
E. I). TENEY,
Seeietaiy Ewa Pl.iirailou i o.
Honolulu, Jan. ISO, b'.)2. ;):',:! im
SOME malicious perrons having cir
culated a minor that we aio going
out of biiKiiichs, we take pleat-urn in
announcing to the public in general
and to the trade in particular, thai it
is our intention to cany on our busi
ui'hs in tho fuliiro to tho full extent
as it luih been horotofino dining (lie
lael 2J) yoais. And fiom the cueceHs
wo have made in our Iiumiicmi wo feel
abiutd that wo will May another 25
years. To bo convineed ploai-o call
and oxamjno our stock anil you will
jind it in our lino the largest and best
iihKoiti'd in tho Hawaiian Islands,
illlf) lm HYMAN BROS.
'PI1K StocUiohlors of Wallieo Sugar
I ('ouipany will plouHt taKo notice
that, a Special Meeting of the Uompany
will ho held at the Olllee of 0 liiewer
and Company, on TIIIMimDAY, the
t!ulh In-taut, at 10 o'clock a. in., to con
sider lmpoitaiit hiisinehs.
Seciotarv Wuilieo Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Feb. lit, IKDL'. tllllUt
fPlIE stockholders of ihe Hawaiian
Agiieiillural Couiany will please
take notice that a special meeting of the
Company will hu held at tho olllus of 0.
Itieucr ,t i'i Queei strt et, on MON
DAY, Fell. 'J!l, Ifi'JU, at 1 A. M , p) c()n
slder iiuiiorlaut busiuesg. -
J. O, CARTER.
Secretary II. A. Co,
Honolulu, Feb. 1C, 18U2, 813 '2w
rpilK stockholders of tho Haiialei
X Sugar Mill Company will please
lake notco that a special meeting of the
Company will ho lielfj at tho olllee of c.
Iliuwer & Co., Queen street, tn ,MOK
DAY, Feb. -Jl), lbui, at 11 o'clock a.V,
to consider iinpoitaut businebs.
J. O. OAUTElt,
Secretary II. S. M. Co.
Jlonoliilu, Feb. ID, 1802, ' 315 aw
Importer nnd Dealer in
Steel null Iron Ranges, Stoves and Fixrures,
SKEZS-T'w ''rl ! TTi. Ml. ?' i-Ptat1 !'4PJl LM
Housekeeping" Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, GRAY AND SILVER-PLATED
LASV1PS - AMD - FIXTURES.
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
' Illm oil JtlooU." Nnw, J,- V HT" lilutr rivM
Telephones, No. 11!).-
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea ' treets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Fresh California Koll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HAN1J.
New Goods received by every steamers from Stui Francisco,
All otdei-b faillilully attended
oidern holieiled and naeked with euro.
; 1". O. IJOX -180.
West C'oi. Nuiianu Ss ICin StnvJts.
gj All kinds of NEW and SECOND-HAND FURNITURE sold cheap
for eas.h at tho 1 X L.
fcjST-ThoI X L pays the HIGHEST CASH l'tllCE for all kinds ol
Seeond-haud Furniture, Stovoh, Sewing Maeliines, Etc., Etc.
gj IF YOU WANT TO SELL out your Household Furniture in its
entiiety, eall at the 1 X L Auction & (Juniiniosion House, corner Nuuauu,
and King btreots.
Prompt Returns Made on Goods Sold on Commission
S. W. LEDERER,
t& Sloro Open Kninrdsiy
J."W. WINTKII,1-!!., 11'. 'tt , il. IN I'l.lt, Ml., DOS.
WINTER & WINTER,
Olllee Hotel sr., opp. Y. M. C. A., ml
joiubig the Honolulu Libraiy.
Braneh Olllee, : : : :(; Kearny St., S. V.
A LL Dental operations sVIUully por
J foimed at San EiaueUeo pilee;
which arel'.O peieeiiLehenpei than Hono
lulu piiees; and if not as good as the
best Dentistry in Honolulu no charge
Will bo made. You need not ;;o to San
Franeisco for your DeutNtry. Ourrieal
icduetiou in prices the eiliens have de
uuuded, and we will -apply the demand.
vr. iiavi: niniiTu ici'.iiais
jjay- Call and got pi ices and save your
money. We return our thanks lc the
eitl.eii- of Hawaii, .Maui aud Kauai for
llieir liheial patronage and solicit a cou
tinuauee of tin; same.
Oi'i'ici: Hunts: 7 a. m. to (J v. m.
'X- IX 3C
Formerly the Qrasd Hotel.
Corner Second it Maiket Stieets, San
ThN Fine Hotel, centrally located for
business iuipo(s, having been thor
oughly icrnvalcd and newly furnished
tlnoiiglioiir, offers special conveniences
to intending visitors fiom the Hawaiian
?f A complete system of elect rln hells.
Dlieet conuuimieati'oii with lloflnau
Rooms from $1 per Day Upwards.
I)Y virtue of a Writ of Execution
1) issued out of the Police I'oiut on
Ihu HL'd day of .lammry, A. I). 1MI-J,
against II. AM, defendant, in favor of
.1 Xott, plaintilf, for Hie sum of iiM.ir,,
I have levied upon and shall e.posi for
sale at the Police Station, in the District
of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at 12
o'clock no of WEDNESDAY, Ihu
21th day of February, A. D. IH1I2. to the
highest bidder, all the light, title and
interest of the said II. Aki, defendant,
in and to the following propuity, unless
said judgment, luleiost, einls and my
expenses bo previously paid.
List of propel ty for sale:
Plumber's ami Tinsmith's Tools
Foniaitlcilhus'innuiie at tho Deputy
Marshall Olllee. f ' '
(Signed) 0,1$. WLQN,
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 18!2.
W. T. MONSARRAT,
toT Olllee at Hotel Stab es, Hotel
sticct. Itoth Telephoueo 82. Kesideueo;
Mutual Tel. C1U. dec 10-91
mum . Vim
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to and gatit-iaotlon euaranleed. Island
: MUTUAL TEL. 90.;
ICvoiiintss till 9 o'oloulc. -i
ALL KINDS OP
JEWELS! IU1H to ORDER
Large aud Fine Stocu in Hand.
ANYTHING YOU ORDER.
King Street, between - Nuuani
i Warning and Howard.
ALL poisons aro heioby notified that
any poison found shooting ltolca
or oilier biids witlniut a permit tin tho
amis known as Kukiiluaeo (bet
iimwn as iMis'. C P. Waid'sl. n
Kakaako, will he piosecuted for ties
Ten ilullais ($1Q) reward is oflbrctl
to apyono who vyilj giyp infoimulioi
Hint will lo nj to tlin co'nvictiop (if any
poison violating tho foregoing projiw
liition. CHAS. R. WILSON,
Lesbeo of Sliooting Right,
FOIt SALE or LtiASE
1i1iSp LI) street presently occupied
imif by Mr. .1. A. lienncuy, eou
talniug double parlors, four bedrooms,
dliiiug-iooin, batliiooui, largo dliilng
rooni, kitchen and pantry; servant's
room, stabling, etc., on rear of main
building. Uiouuds, IlOOxlOr. feet, well
laid out. Vacant on 11th August Lot
a Ijohiing ;i(i)xl(l5 feet may be purchased
on iciisouablu terms,
R. 1. I.I U.IK,
Ids tf With Then. II. Davies it Co.
IF you want a First-class Job of Pnfur
hig of any dcseilptloii done, eall on
the Practical Painter,.!. L. Mkvw only,
Fort si i cut 180. 1'. O, ISox 887. Mutual
Telephone (1(12. K.fl tf
Tho lost tiling- to send to
your i'ri'inls abroad is King
Bros.' Illustrated Souvonlr
ol' Hawaii, which is gotten
up tor tliu purpose aud is
not an advertisement.
.?, i)fakJU& i
fi :,iitiftini ;
' v:;..l-. idstest Miettt