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OABU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
KltOSI ANI Afc'Tltll KHIl. 1. IHUJi.
A.M. A.M. I'.M. I'.M.
Laavo Honolulu. ..0:15 Bt4fi 1 :4B 4:35f
Arrive Honoullu1l..7 :20 0j57 2:07 fi:85f
l-oavo llonoullull..7:30 10:48 3:4H 5U2f
Arrlvo Honolulu. ..8 :35 11:65 4:55 GiSOJ
fEAM. OITV t.OOAI..
Loavo Honolulu 5:20
Arrive Poarl City 5:C8 ....
Loavo Poarl City. . 0:00
Arrlvo Honolulu.. .0:40
t Saturdays only.
TtriCH. Hun Hint .13 (ion.
nr O. J. LYONS.
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Wed. M S 1(1 4 Sft 11 1.1 11 fiO B M (I 14 II 02
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Bun. v. ii ;io 7 ;w l fio 4 m ft fti o in o
New moon on tho Mill at 2li. Kiln. u. m.
Tliu tlmo bIriiuI lor tlio ioit Ih glvun nt 121i.
Uiu. Oscc. (mldnlKhtl of tit-ponwlch tlmo or
Hi, 28in. alsco. p. in. of Honolulu Obscryutoiy
tlmo. It Is kIvuii by tlio stoma whistle of tho
Honolulu l'lanlii); Mill, a few doois abovo
the Custom llouso. Tho samo whistle Is
sounded coriectly at Honolulu menu noon,
Ub8crvutorymcrldln.il, or loli. Sim. Msec, of
'Jt' Al A3
TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 18'J2.
Stmr W G Hall from Muni and Hawaii
Stmr ICilauua Hon from tlamakua
Sehr Ka Hao Hawaii from ICoolau
Sehr Sarah it Eliza from ICoolau
S S Australia,
Houdlcttu, for Sin Krau-
StinrMikahahi for Kaimi at.") p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am bktne Irmgard, .Schmidt, for San
Sehr Ka Mot for Paaullo
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stuir W G Hall-80 bags coffee, :I0I5
bugs sugar, 25 head cattle, tt bides,
1 hoise, 87 kegs butter and 100 pkgs
For S.m Francisco, per S S Austra
lia, Maich 20 C M Cooke, C Bolte,
B F Dillingham, Mrs and Miss Pee
bles, Messrs Peebles (2), Ohas Fear
ing, W H Bell, Wade Armstrong,
Miss Mansfield, Mrs Cheney, Misses
Warden (2), Mr and Mrs David Rice,'
Mruid Mrs Libby, O A Steven and
wife, Revs T R and W P Kirby, Hon
J B Atherton and wife, Mrs C B Heb
bu.nl, Miss Brewer, Father Francis,
Mons D'Anglade, D Campbell; F W
Bungey, Mrs J Russell, Miss Barnard,
Mrs Barnard, Mrs A Young and
daughter, F Ailchinson,Mrsand Miss
Dodd, E M Walsh, Hon L A Thurs
ton, Mies Wilbur, Mrs Hobson. H G
Dyar and wife, Mrs Captain Tower,
Mrs Lowell and child, L E Reed, wife
and daughter, Miss E S Eastman,
Miss L Harniau, Master Bingham,
II Waterhoiibo, Jr, Rev H Bingham
and wife, Miss Stone, Mrs F H Swift,
11 R Dempster, F M Swan.y, Mr and
Mrs A W Chamberlain, Mrs Dr Day,
Miss E Waterhouse, Mrs F E Nickels,
H Achilles and wife, F P Stone and
wife, Mrs E Laws, J W Davis and
wile, H M A Miller, L E Nickels, G
Malcolm, W D Clarke, F II Bucking
ham and wife, Mrs G W Beuman, Mrs
J M Gurney, Mrs Captain Tobey, J T
Waterhouse, Henry Waterhouse, Mrs
F L Mitchell and 2 children.
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr
V G Hall, March 29 His Honor and
Mrs A F Judd, Henry Smith, M J
Burke, Miss Clara Dare, A L Walker,
G R Babcock, J Sx;uit and wife, Miss
Scott, Mrs W T Kibbler, G Mc
Dougall, R P Hoes, Mrs A Jones, R S
Clark and wife, Master Clark, J Rich
ardson, Mrs M Hanaike, R Haku and
For Lauai and Molakai, per stmr
Mokolii, Mar 28 Hon F H Haysul
don, A M Brown and F J Luke.
For Maui, pur stmr Claudine, Mar
28 F Aucrbach, Dr Nichols, Miss M
Napo, J W Recard and family, and
The S S Australia, Captain lloudlette,
sailed at noon to-day for the Golden
Gate with tlio following domestic cargo
shipped as follows; W G Irwin & Co,
11,820 bags sugar; Slug Chong & Co,
3003 bags rice; M Phillips & Co, COO
bags of the same article; Ilymau Bros,
MObagsdoj M W McChesuey & Sons,
511 budls gicen hides, 80 bdls dry hides,
sheep aud goatskins: F F Potter, 371
bdls grecu hides and 2 bills gout skins;
L J Levey, 328 bnchs bananas; Ah
Lung, 5 cases betel leaves; O II Uelllna,
150 bnchs banuiias; G Lycurgus, 1188
do; OT Guilds, 102 do; Campbell, Mar
shall .t Co, -1181 do; P G Camariuos, M
boxes fruits. Domestic value, 81,483.39.
Win. Landgreon, llrat mate of the
barkentine Irmgard, was arrested
Yesterday, and charged at tho Police
4ji5' Station with assault and battery on
a native, one olthe gang engaged in
loading the vessel. On trial in the
Police Court this morning it was
proved that tho mate had given cer
tain orders, which the nutive refused
to obey, It was a case of uiaubordi-
nation and the only remedy was for
the mate to enforce his authority,
which was done. Tho man did not
like the medicine and had Laud
green arrested. The latter was
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
Tub band played at Emma Square
Diamond Ukad, 'A p. m. Weather
rainy, wind fresh northcuBl.
Mn. W. M. Gikfahii is to lie con
gratulated on his accession to diplo
IlKMKMnnn tho picnic of tin Arion
at Uemond Grove the evening of
Saturday after next.
Thk notorious little scliooner Ka
Hao Hawaii was reported oil' Koko
Head this morning.
SiiVEiiAii healthy-looking young
trees were whipped on tho S. H. Aus
tralia for San Francisco to-day.
"A. Box or Monkkys" and "Turn
Him Out" will bo presented on the
boards of tho Opera House on Thurs
EimiTY bags of IConn coll'ee caine
by tho sleainur W. G. Hull this morn
ing. Fourteen bags wore for Hit
Majesty the (iueun.
Mil. Dti.i.lNOHAM has left, Willi royal
honors for good luck, to promote tho
interests of Hawaiian railways and
Br.KJAMiN Franklin Dillingham lias
received from the Queuii thu decora
tion of Knight Commander of tho
Royal Order of Kalakaua.
Thk seven shipwrecked, natives,
picked up by tbo-stcamer Olaudiiio,
were returned to their homes at Ivoa
nae by that steamer yesterday.
Anothkii case of opium in posses
sion agaitiBt a Chinaman in the Po
lice Court to-day added $50 to the re
ceipts of the Hawaiian Treasury.
Tun number of inhabitants in the
Portuguese colony is slowly but suroly
diminishing. A considerable detach
ment left on the Australia to-day.
Thk lecturo by Rev. Alex. Mackin
tosh, illustrated by lantern slides,
should tako precedence of all other
engagements for Saturday evening.
W. F. Fkear will act under powers
of attorney for both B. F. Dillingham
and O. A. Steven, during the absence
of those gentlemen from the king
dom. Thk Hawaiian curiosity stoies have
been doing a. rushing business during
the visit of the tourists, and conse
quently have no cause to complain of
Owino to intended "departure the
furniture of the Rev. W. H. Barnes
will be sold by J. F. Morgan to-morrow
at 10 o'clock, at the residence on
A lady's small hand rutohel was
found on the deck of the Australia
just before she left this noon; the
owner can have it by applying at the
oflice of the agents, Win, G. Irwin &
The attention of the Road Super
visor is called to the way carls for
carrying away the earth from Queen
street are loaded. The poor animals
sometimes are hardly able to haul
A farewell reception was given
the Rev. Fathers T. P.- and W. P.
Kirby at the residence of Mr. .1. F.
Bowler yesterday evening. The reve
rend gentlemen left on the S. S. Aus
His Honor tho Chief Justice and
Mrs. Judd are homo again. The
Chief Justice went over, accompanied
by Chief Clerk Henry Smith, of the
Supremo Court, to hear the election
petition at Waiohinu,.Kau, Hawaii.
The Honolulu and Kamchaniehu
baseball clubs will open tho scries of
games this, season on the League
grounds one week from Saturday.
The di Here tit teams are hard at
practice daily and good games nie ex
pected. J. S. Ramos, charged with libel, was
discharged in the Police Court yester
day, the Judge holding that tho evi
dence was not sufficient to warrant a
committal. A. P. Peterson for tho pro
secution ; V. V. Ashford for tho de
Mons. Vizzavona will discharge tho
duties of French Commissioner dur
ing the absence of Mons. d'Anglado.
Mr. W. M. GilTard will act as Chan
cellor of the Legation during Mons.
Vizzavona's incumbency of the Com
A scene, where two men under the
influenco of liquor were engaged in
applying vile epithets to one another,
was witnessed yesterday evening, at
tho corner of Alapai street. -Tho oc
currence was a disgraceful ouo, espe
cially considering that several ladies
passed within hearing distance.
The Australia carried a mail con
sisting of 13,2155 letters and 3709
papers. This is tho largest mail over
despatched from the Honolulu Post
OIUco, the next laigest having been
over 10,000 by the previous trip of tho
Australia. The great increase is due
to (he recent reduction in postage.
South street (south), situated nui
kai of Queen stieet, is now underuo-
ing much needed repairs at the hand
of our energetic Road Supervisor. In
winter time, this short piece of road,
which lies in tho midst of u thickly
populated district, is almost impass
able on account of tho deep pools of
mud aud water. What made it worse
was tho fact that tlioro are no street
lamps or elcctrio lights in the vicinity.
Tho residents of South street cry,
Messrs. Cuge & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regurding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism there
as follows: "The wifo of Mr. Win.
l'ruitt, tho Postmaster hero, had been
bed-ridden with ilieumatiaui for sev
eral years. She could get nothing
to do her any good. We sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm
and she was completely cured by its
use. We jrefor any one to her to
verify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealer, Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents,
Seat of the Declared Represen
tative for Kail Vacated, '
Resume of the Potition and
Grounds of the Decision.
His Honor tho Chief Justice and
Chancellor returned this morning
from Kau in the Island of Hawaii,
whither he went on Tuesday last to
hear the petition of a number of the
voters of the district, alleging the
commission of certain illegalities aud
praying the Court to vacate Hie
Representative seat of said district.
Following are the statements of
the petition which was Hied February
(1) That petitioners ater resi
dents of the dlstiiutof Kau, being
the seventh electoral district of the
Island of Hawaii, and that on the
third day of February last past they
were and now are lawfully entitled
to vote in the said district for a
Representative to the Legislature.
(2) That at the election held by
law on the said third day of Feb
ruary, one O. K. Apiki and one J. N.
Kapahu were candidates for election
as Representative to the Legislature
from said district of Kau.
(3) That at such election the re
sult of the voles polled was declared
to be as follows: In the llrat precinct
O. K. Apiki received -13 votes and J.
N. Kapahu received 51 votes; and
in the second precinct O. K. Apiki
received 125 votes and J. N. Kapahu
received 129 votes, giving the said
J. N. Kapahu a majority over the
said O. K. Apiki of 12 voles.
(-1) That petitioners allege the
truth to be that in the first precinct
fifteen votes were cast for Apiki
which the Inspectors of Election re
fused and failed to count, claiming
that the same were illegal and con
trary to law, because lhe3' were
marked on the left hand side of the
name of Apiki.
(5) That pelilinueis admit that
such ballots were marked on the left
band side but claim that they ure
therefore not illegal, but thai they
ure legal and should have been
(G) That ono Kaaipoalitna, a
non-resident of said Kau and uot en
titled by law to register or vote, did
register anil ote at said election in
the second precinct of the district.
(7) That the Inspectors of Elec
tion of the llrat precinct contrary to
law held a meeting for the registra
tion of voters in said precinct on the
30th day of January, 1892, and then
and there registered over twenty
names of persons as voters for Re
presentative, which persons so re
gistered aud voted at said election in
the said precinct.
(8) That the Inspectois of Elec
tion of the second precinct rejected
one vote cast for Apiki, claiming that
the cross was not opposite his name
and therefore was illegal, but peti
tioners claim that such cross was op
posite the name of Apiki and should
have been counted.
Immediately on the filing of the
petition containing the foregoing
allegations the Chief Justice issued
the following order:
I hereby set and appoint Thurs
day, the 24th day of March, 1892, at
1 o'clock p. in., nt the court house in
Waiohinu, District of Kau, in the
Island of Hawaii, before such Jus
tice of the Supreme Court as shall
then and there bc present, as thu
tune and place for hearing the within
petition. And that notice of this
petition be served upon the Inspec
tors of Election for the Kau District,
Hawaii, and upon J. N. Kapahu, the
candidate elect, and others whose
rights or interests are particularly
interested, by serving a copy of this
petition upon T. P. Harris, Geo. Ti
moteo or J. W. Kuaimoku, of the
first precinct, and upon G. S. Pat
ten, M. Malakaua or L. R. Macom
bcr of the second precinct; and upon
said J. N. Kapahu with notice to ap
pear at the lime and place aforesaid
to show cause why said petition
should not be grunted. And besides
such notice a written or printed no
tice shall likewise be posted in the
district aforesaid for not less than
ten days prior to such hearing, re
quiring all parties interested therein
to uppeur aud shpw cause, if any
they have, why said petition should
not be grafted.
The return shows that all the pre
liminaries were attended to, and His
Honor Chief Justice Judd arriving
In Waiohinu on the morning of the
24th lust., ordered the deputy sheriff
pf the district to Munition the wit
nesses to attend Court at thu appoint
ed tune. All of the Inspectors of
Election were present uml the evi
dence of all of them except two wus
heard by the Court, which, with the
oflloial returns made by them to the
Minister of the Interior, enabled the
Court to give its declslon,without de
lay. The Court sustained the autiou of
the Inspectors in regard no their re
fusal to count the 15 ballots which
were tnaikcd on the left hand side
vide paragraph four).
In regard to paragraph seven of
the petition the Court found from thu
evidence that the Inspectors of Eleo
tion of thu lira I precinct did hold a
meeting as alleged, to wit, on tho
80th of Januury, for the purposo of
correcting the electoral roll, aud that
besides the name of one John Goiuftc
Ernesto which was merely transferred
from thu letter G and nut under the
letter K, the Court found that there
were fourteon other persons whoso
names were registered on January
36th and who voted on election day.
The law requires that five days' in
tervene between the last sitting nf
the Inspectors and the election. The
last legal day was then on the 28th
January. And as J. N. Kapahu only
received a majority of 12 votes over
his opponent and the evidence show
ing that the fourteen persons regis
tered on January 30th voted at the
election on February 3d, the Court,
after hearing the urguinunts of the
opposing candidate, declared the
election null and void.
Prior to the introduction of the
evidence J. N. Kupoliu, the candi
date elect, moved the Court to dis
miss the petition on the ground that
as the Inspectors of Election of tlio
llrst precinct were not prosecuted for
anj' misconduct on their part, it was
iiieotnpctc!if"Tor the Court to con
sider any illegal action on their part.
The Court, however, overruled thu
motion and proceeded with the hear
ing of the testimony. The following
witucjaes were called and testified in
thu matter: T. P. Harris, (J. S. Pat
ten, Geo. Tiinoteo and J. W. Kuai
moku ; thu other two inspectors wero
present but their evidence was not
required. The reason given by tho
inspectors for having held a meeting
on the 30th January is that they were
instructed so to do by a circular let
ter of the Minister of the Interior.
Another reason given is, that as they
failed at the meeting on the 23d to
sigh the electoral roll us required by
law, the Inspectors supposed in good
faith that il was necessary to call
another meeting in order to sign
same, which they did at their
meeting on said January 30th.
I ho petition in this mailer
signed by J. Kauhane and 49 others.
Messrs. Thurston & Frear were at
torneys for the petitioners, and as
neither of them could attend the
hearing al Waiohinu, their brief was
read and filed with the papers in the
case. J. N. Kapahu, the oui.didate
elect, appeared and contested the
petition in person. He staled to the
Court that he did not desire to ap
peal. ADVERTISING NOTES.
Good Mince Pics go
l J. McCarthy has lots
&li cot for sale.
Aftur shaving u.-e Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Kmilh & Co., Agents.
"The Fire Marshal cills for all ac
counts ngainst the Fire Department
Jab. F. Morgan will sell furniture
at the 'residence sf Mi. R. Ii. Ellih,
Fort street, at 10 o'clock Thursday.
Dui.irious codec and chocolate will
be uoived every niurniue; early at. the
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen, I
A i;ron. Hotel street. 1-if
It is true! In G. Sommo's baiber
shop, 107 King street, the best and
cleanest in iown,-aie engaged two
tonsorial artists who aie without
Gkt your nools and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Tokxniks, on Eart
Hotel street. First-clash work, low
If you want good sausage for break
fast or luncheon, the finest sausages
in the Kingdom are the Celebrated
Cambiidge Pork Sausage and Bologna
made it the City Market, Nuimnu
street, opposite Queen Emma Hall,
Jos. TiNKr.it, Prop. 3-1 in
There is no danger fiom whooping
cough when Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy is freely given. It liquefies
thu lough, tenacious mucus aud aids
in its expectoration. It also lessens
the severity and frequency of the
paroxysms of coughing, and insures
a speedy recovery. There is uot the
least danger in giving it to children
or babies, as it contains no injurious
substance. 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, .Smith &
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality; Ictlcied
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoumit Mali, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. ssQr Cull and examine our stock.
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT
VLL persons having bills against the
Honolulu Flic Department are re
quested to leave same at thu Fire .Mar
shal's Oilleo iu i ear of Bell Tower, with
out delay, to close accounts fur the
Honolulu, March 2U, 18W2. 881 2t
MR. V. F. FRKAR will out for in
under full power of attorney dur
ing my absence fiom tho Kingdom.
Honolulu, March 2D, 161)2. :il lw
MR. W. F. FRKAR will act fur me
under full power of attorney dur
ing my ftbbeuce from tho Klugdom.
b ' O. A. STKVEN.
Honolulu, Match 2'J, lfetf2. 361 lw
Are Yon Ever Tliirsty
Thofo Wiiiui days and uanl snniu-
thing bexides water tu qui-iu'h ur
thirst? If so, wo can oiler you a
package that will niiikn live gallons of I
the most delicious Root Beer. 1 hu
preparation is inado directly from
fresh harks lind toots. Il comes in
liquid form, requires no boiling or
straining. Drank freely it keeps the
j syste-n in a healthy condition. It is
I uot iulo.xic.iting.
I Have you evei heard of the Seven
I Soulhciland Hl!ci who nie eeh
I brutrd for their long tresses of lienuli-
ful hair. Thoytay this unusual growth
was induced by uing a hair tonic
which they diK'nvcicd and ate now
selling In I hose h-s fnrtunati. They
alfO found trouble with dandrufl', as
wi all do nioie or less. Theii Scalp
Cleaner icninves all such doluli'iinu
matter. We've these and Hall's, Mrs.
Allen's, Barry's Trieophcious, Ourbo
line, Rum it Quinine mid others.
Sometimes people uro not satisfied
with the color of their hair, anil de
sire a change. Hair Dvcs will bring
this about. We keep Hill's, Buck
ingham's and others.
How about mosquitoes these nights?
Kememher we keep ltuhach and tho
Burneis for the hnme.
H0DR0N. NEWPflAN & CO.,
Corner l-'oiM iVr ICInur ("treetH.
ON BE HA LI-
THE SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUo'S
Optical Lantern Slides
(Specially Unpolled from Scot
land for tho occasion)
WILL HE IHVCN IN
Saturday Evening, April 2, '92,
Tin Highlands of Scotlacd & London
or tlis. Modern Babylon."
RICV. ALKX. MACKINTOSH, Lecturer
D.ors Open at 7:30aj5?'C.mmcnco at B
Admiss on, : 50 Cts.
Co?" Tickets may be lind of Hurt .to-
Co., lleiiMiu. Sinilli & Co., Hollisicr .t
Co., T. O. Thrum, II. J. Nolte, Hawaiian
News Co., or of any of the S. T. C.
Members. 'Mi, It
h" TO HE GIVUN BY T1IK
onolnln Arion Socictj
On Saturday Evening,
AP1CIL O. 18JW.
J TRAINS will leave the Oahu
Railway Depot at 7 and 8 o'clock i. ji.:
returning will leave the Grove, at 10 and
12 l'. si.
Igy-TICICKT.S to bo had at J. Hu
buih's store, the Elite anil I.udwigseu
it Cron's Ice Cream Parlor-,,
cec n ti
animal will be sold at public auction
on SATURDAY, April I), 1802, at 12
o'clock noon, at the Government Pound
at Maklkl :
1 Bay IIors6 with Buddie, white streak
on fuiehead, all lc;s white, branded
"W on right side ol neck.
lor Owner of the above animal must
scud iu his claim within 13 days,
otherwise it will be sold on the date
above mimed. I). KAOAO,
Honolulu. March 2'J, 16112. USl 21
EL.KOTION of OIWKJiSHH.
the annual meeting of the
jrx. holders ol the inter-isiiinii htciuu
Navigation Company, L'd, held this day,
the following Ulllccrs ami Directors
wine fleeted for the ensuing year:
holders of the Inter-lsliind
V. B. Godfioy President,
,1, ICiiii Viee-Piesiduut,
J. I.. McLean Treasurer,
W. II. Mel.eiui Secretary,
T. W". Ilobiou Auditor.
W. B. Godfrey,.!. Eua, G. N. Wlloox,
. U. Smith, F. A. Schaefer,
W. II. MoLKAN,
Honolulu, March 23, 181)2. ago lw
IF you want a First-class Job of Paint
ing of any description done, call on
thu Practical Palmer, J. L. JlKV" only.
Fort street 1:10. P, O. Box 3K7. Mutual
Tchiplmiu' itiW. 1.V1 tf
, , rpVO Nicely Furnished
R?S L Rooms centrally located.
iaSl3fi Enquire Bui.i.utin Ollice.
For .Moulding, I'YiiniOH,
rnstcltf, ArtotypoH, Photo
tfHiviirHf Etching and
ovor.v tiling iu tho lino ol'
plotiu us, go to King BroB.,
.v ff 1 "flf?"
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. 5? pre ckcls' Danlc, Honolulu.
jit issseaa.'ns ffis
n-irMh . ,.1-JTm -UMfaSrtrWA"- VIA
;ii":;iisrfcT'Tr'" - c
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONELR" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 185!) BY C. 13. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
FiiriiiiT, Cabinet Making, pM k Undertaking
Business In llnnululu are .'il extant-, and the business, its originator and
pre-ent piupik-ior heie to stay. 11a vim; purchased the entire Interest of
the late linn of II. II. Williams & Co., comprising the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever iu Honolulu; principally selected by II. II. Williams during his late three
months' visit to the Coast, 1 now ofier this stock and future additions for
L-Ahll at prices much less iliiin liirctoiore charged.
Cerr The undersigned In resuming hN old place and business would respect
fully tender hK grateful thanks for the liberal patronage of old ft lends of this
and neighboring Islands, and hopes to meilt a continuatieu of their fuvorB while
soliciting u share from new ft lends; and again offers his services In
Rfioving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced aud Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men 1
car pianos' FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES, t
GRAN!) OPENING OF
n iir9 ii f
Parisian Pattern Hats, Bonnets & Toques I
WILL BE OPEN KOR INSPECTION ON
Frm, Satirfij & MoMay, larch 25tli, 26tl & m.
$JST LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND
!04 Fort Street,
And he is sure to get
a good Ni-gativo, be
cause he iii-es tlio
M. A; SEED
HOLLISTER & CO,
lOD ft tut Street.
o a. w ji. m r.r o R. is r
mm & wur m
100 Fori Hticft, - Itiowt:r Itlock.
, Hutui'ilay uml JlojMliij', wo will ull'ot our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAR PRICE, 7f;
8 Button SSe Gloves, 7fio., regular price, $1.
ALL-SI L1C KIBBON, CHEAP FOR CASH !
No. 2, 66c ; No. 3, 75o , No. 5, 80c ; No. 7, $1 ; No. 9, $1.25 :
No. 12, $1,10; No. 10, $1.75.
We believe ours is the only house In
the Kingdom carrying a full line of
ENGLISH & JEWELL'S
Pure Rubber Hose.
The many complaints which have
been made as to the Rubber Hose
sold in this market induced us to
order a complete Hue of the famous
"GOLD SEAL" brand. This
brands of Rubber
AND BUYS HIS
Honolulu, II. I.