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New moon on tlie 25th at 2h. -Km. n. m,
Tlie tlmo sIriihI lor tliu poit li i;leti at 12h.
oin. Osue. (lnldiiltiliU or Uiecnuicli tlmu or
111. 28m. sibco. p. in. of llcnioliilu Olisorvntoiy
time. It Is ftlvon by the steinn vlil9tlo of tlie
Honolulu I'lnulnj? .Mill, a few iloois aboo
tbo Custom House. The sumo wlilstlo 19
BotuiUcd eoiuictly at Honolulu uieau noon,
Obserwitory meildlun, orlOli, 31m. 20aec. of
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SATURDAY, APRIL '2, 1892.
15k Albeit, Winding, 10)a days trotn Sun
Stuir Iwalaul from HnmuUua
StmrLikclikc fiom lamaUua
Stmr Kuala from ICaual
Stmr Kiiiiiu from Maul and Hawaii
Stuir Mokolii from Jlolokui
Stmr Walmanalo from .Maul
Selir illllc Morris from Koolnu
Stmr Waialeale for Lahaina and ICukui-
haelo at 'J a m
Am bgtnc Consnolo, Jacobsen, for San
VESSELS LEAVINC MONDAY.
Stmr Jas Makeo for Kauai ad 4 p in
Stuir Iwulani foi I lamakii i
Stuir Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p in
CARGOES FU0M ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kliimi 2111 bags sugar, 250 bags
potatoes, CO bags corn, 50 nkg3
bides, 53 pigs and 130 pkgs smi
thies. Stmr Mokolii 12 head cattle, 10 bead
calves, 75 bheop, C bogs and 123
Stmr Kuala 2130 bags sugar.
Stmr Iwulani 5388 bags sugar.
For .Maui and Hawaii per stmr W G
Hall, April 1 For Volcano: Mis P Lee,
Mrs AJ Movc,ns,'Mrs F A Wilder, Sirs
O Swain, Mis O Aekeiinaii, J McNeil
and wife, V Stearns, Sliss Pease, Mr
t Elliot, Mr Tibblts. For way pints: Capt
J Ross, m McWajue, SV W Hall. U
Meinecke and son. Col Sam Nonis, Geo
McDougall, and liu deck.
From M.mi and Hawaii per stmr Ki
nau, Apiil 2 From Volcano: Capt D 13
Mui tin. Miss M L Mitehler. MUs K
.Mitcbler, illss Alice Hamill, Mis-, A
Muttersoii, Miss U m Speiry, SIis Gen'l
litou'n, W Slatterson, Mr- A Sperrv, C
W Smith, O II Peiklus, V Jl llubbc'l, A
W Smith, Jr. and H 15 Sperry. Way
jiorts: W IleiluwlLc, JHss Marion Jones,
13 D linldwin, T Yebala and wife, .Mrs L,
a luuuer, iv ijUieen anil uaugiitur, A
Tibbs. Geo Keinpter. Dr Yiiiniishiiu.
Mits May Alexiiuder, Wong Kwui, G C
Akina, G Kliiiuauu, wife and ucliildicu,
John" A Moore, Miss II Kraft, Ruv J 31
Silver, Mis R Oliver and son, II a Treg
louu, R Hunter, Ah Yan, Sam Slug, Miss
K Ounuiiiiig.-Hon W 11 Coiuwell and
From Slolokal per stmr Mokolii, Apiil
2 Arthur lSiowu, C L Hopkins, F J
Lake and 8 dub;,
From Huinakiia'per stun Iwulani, Apr
2 Mis Slasbuy, Muster Klekard, the
Misses Rickaid, II I5iidc and 35 deck.
-- FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Iroquois fioni Samoa
U S S fcan Fiauclsco, Rear-Admiral
Drown, fi dm San Diego
Am lik Newsboy, Johnson, fioni Now-
Hawn bk Andiew Welch, Diew, fioni
Am selir Alnha, from Port DIakely
Am bk Coryphone, Towusend, fioni
Newcastle, N S W
Am selir Golden Shore, Henderson, from
4-masted schr Robeit I.eweis, fioni San
Dk Ceylon, fiom Sail Kianclsco
F0REIUH VESSELS EXPECTED.
II I SI S IIicl, Slorl, from Japan
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, from JJos-
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am wh bk Morulug Star, Mar 25, from
Am bkl atlu Flicklnger, from Pugct
Sound, now due
Am ship J U Porter from Newcastle,
Mis Htmr SIoi nlng htai from tho South
Am bk Sliirg.uet from Newcastle, NSW
Rk Elsinore from Newcastle, N S W
Bkl'aiil Isenbeig from Hm Francisco
Brit bk Veiitas fiom Newcastle, N S W
Dk Don Adelfo fiom Newcastle, N S W
Dk (iietu from Newcastle, N S W
Nor bk Posedon, from Newcastle, NSW
Nor Dilg Dato from Newcastle, N S W
The bark Matilda is in the btieam.
Tho steamer Kliiau tu rived this morn
ing from her usual pints of calling.
The brig Consuelo left to-day for San
Francisco vlth a full loud of sugar.
Tho schooner Alolui has docked at tho
Old Custom House whaif wheru sho is
dlst'hiuglug her lumber.
Anlyulb at Ililo Mar 22, 3-inasted
schooner J Jl Cohnan, Capt Tieauor. 10
days from Sau Francisco; boiienieul for
ballast, Mar 20, bk Harvester, Capt
Rock, 10 days from ban Francisco, with
caigo of general merchandise.
Sailed from Ililo Mar 30, 3nnusted
schooner J M Colmuu, Capt Treunor, for
Sun Frauclsco, with 750 tons sugar,
Arrivals Mar 20. i-cbr Keaolanl from
Ifawalhac, stmr Klwui fioni Honolulu;
27, O-niiistcd selir Mary Dodge, Gallop i
master, tiom Kabuliil In ballast; 20, 3
uitisted Fcbr Jenny Wand, Toptcr inns
tor, from Honolulu In bullti't; 3-in.istcil
selir Kvii. Mollo master, 10 days fioni
San Pranelco, to Haw Uallroud Co,
with n general cargo of grain, groceries,
machinery, etc. Consignee1: t G Wll- ,
dcrA Co, Haw Railroad Co, It It Hind, j
Kolmla Sugar Co, llalawa Plantntloii, C
V Hint and X 13 Mnlcom; in 1, stuir
Kliiau from Ulln.
Sailed March 20, sloop Kcaolnul for
itawaiiiao, stuir Ivliiau for into anil way
lioi ts; 31, 3-iiMMetl selir .leiinlo Wand,
U'opter master, tor San Fianoison, with
a cargo of 6G00 bags sugar, valued at
21,007.15. Shlppeis: Haw! Mill S32
bags, 'I1 II Davit's A; Co 4332 lifts. Aklna
tf As-eii 41(5 bgs; April 1, stmr Kliiau for
VON TEMPS KY At the residence of
Major and Mi-s. J. H. Wodohouse,
April 1, to the wlte of I,. Von
Teuipsky, u daughter.
WKIGllT-Iu Honolulu, Apill 2, Cicely
Auorah, daughter and only child of
Mr. and Sirs. Thomas' Wright, aged
tfjy Funeral to-morrow (Sunday)
afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from the house,
Foitstieet. Friends and acquaintances
aie respectfully invited to attend.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hkaii, 12 in. Wont her
cloudy; wind, flesh uortlieast.
Tin: band will givo its regular con
cert tit Emma Square this afternoon.
TiinY. M. C. Club will meet to
morrow at 1 o'clock, nt tho club
FouuTiiKN passengers from thu Vol
cano uriived on tho steamer Kiiiau
Tin: Aniciiciin scltooper Mary
Hodgo is loading sugar at Mahiikonu
for San Fiancisco.
Tiiuui; was an exciting o-oaretl boat
race in the harbor this morning be
tween amateur oaiMiiun.
The Kolmla people are taking in
the phonograph, also the performing
bears, for all they aio worth.
Tuiiitn weie four ciibCb of drunken
ness before His Honor thu Police Jus
tice this morning. All were fined.
Do not forget to hear Piof. Schmidt
play one of his matchless bolos on the
either, at tho Scottish Thistle Club's
entertainment this evening.
Mita. Hikam, wife of Solomon
llirum of the Hawaiian band, died
yesterday. Sho had been ailing for
homo time. Tho inteinient was in the
IlKit Majesty bought 40 tickets for
the lantern slido exhibition this even
ing, and pietented the Thistle Club
with 30 of them for distribution
among poor Scotchmen.
RnsiDKN'rs.of llonokaa will have to
i egret the fact that tho noin iimtion
papeis of Mr. W. H. Itickurd, to run
as Representative for Hainukua, were
a day late in being sent in.
A i Ate telegram in the San Fran
cibco papers says that it is rumored
that the Canadian Pacific Coin piny
has chin tfcrerf two fast Atlantic
steameis to run between Viotoiia, B.
C, and Australia.
Tin: Anglican Chinch Chronicle
for April is out on time. It contains
editorial matter for tho edification of
church members and attendants.
The news pages aio as u.-ual well
Tin: nines of the ICumehameha
School and the flagship San Francisco
will play u piactico game of bamball
I at tho League giounds this afternoon.
I A no admission fee will bo charged
there will doubtless be a rousing at
tendance. The 3-niueted schooner li.C. Wright
Captain Jncobsen, arrived yesterduy
fiom San Francisco, The schooner
carries square foiopsails. Captain
Jacoben is a brolhor of the master
of tho bark C. D. Rrynut now in poit.
Mrs. Jacobsen and family accompany
Comparisons aro "odorous" us Mrs.
Muhiprop would say, 'till it may bo
interesting to recall the fact that Lon
don has a population 275 times that
of Honolulu; aUo Hint tho great city
covers an area of 08S tquaro miles
Go and see Modern Babylon at Ku
Tin: steamer Iwnl.uii fiom Hama
kuu uriived this morning, "Rough
and more of it," was tho roport of the
bhip'a people Ono of their bouts with
two slings of sugar in it caphi.cd and
a sailor had quite a time oxtricuting
himself from a tangle of topes. All
hands woiu saved.
When tho steanior Iwulani loft Ha
malum the steanior Likoliku was lying
at Honolulu, with several tons of
height yet to dischaigo. She had
2000 bags of sugar and was awaiting
a subsidence of tho -rough weathor
pievailing along that coast, Tho
steamer Hawaii was at Ililo.
Tin: Chinese Times, a weekly paper
published in tho Ohinefo language,
inado its bow to tho public this morn
ing. The Bui.lktin'r Chinese trans
lator being under thu care of Captain
Tiipp, tho politics of tho paper can
not bo ascertained, but, it will proba
bly hack the Advertiser in itii annex
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert at
Emma Squuro this afternoon, com
mencing at :30 o'clock, Followiug
is tho program :
Torchlight Processiou March (new)'
Overture Zsunpa (new) llerold
Fautusla -After tho Ball (uew)..Glllett
Iluugaiian Dauces (new) Brahms
THE EIGHTH WONDER.
I'alnro or (ho Rhoiii'IiiI. Wlilrli Cost
.11 mo Tlilili S.IO.OIIO.OIIO.
The Escurial, thu palnco of tho
Spanish kings, has been termed ttio
eighth wonder of Hie world. Situ
ated twrnty-llvc miles to tliu north
west of Madrid and near the top of a
mountain, it has a commanding posi
tion and may be seen for man' miles
in any direction. lJegttn by Philip
II. in 15G3 it was finished in 18G5 at
an estimated cost exceeding S30,
000,000. It was built to fulfill a
vow made by Philip II. that if suc
cessful in battle illi tho French he
would ciect the most inugiiilkcnt
monastery in the world.
The liatllo of St, Quuntiti was
fought on August 10, 1557, thu feast
of St. Lawrence, and tho monastery
buildings, commenced in the fulfill
ment of the vow, took in honor of
St. Lawrence the form of a griditon,
as on this implement thu saint is in
ported to have suffered martyrdom.
Seventeen ranges of buildings moss
ing each other at right angles form
the ribs of tho gridiron, whilo a
qundrani'iilar structure completely
inclositm tlie interior buildings forms
the outer portion and a wing -470
feet long ia the handle.
Tho size of the building is enor
uiou?, being 740 feet from north to
south and 580 from east to west;
the square towers at each corner are
200 feet high. Within the monstrous
strucltiic are contained tlie King's
palace, a cathedral, a monastery of
200 cells, two colleges, tin cc chapter
houses, thiee library buildings, five
large halls, six dormitories, three
hospitals, three Iibraiies and 3000
other rooms. It is entered by four
teen great gates and lighted by 1 100
outer and 1578 inner windows.
The great church is an imitation
of St. Peter's at Koine, and some
idea of the structure of which it is a
part may be gained from the inform
ation that the church is 304 feet long,
2G0 feel across the transepts ; the
dome is 330 feet high ;" there are
forty chapels in tlie interior, and tlie
grand altar is 90 feet high and 50
wide. Underneath the altar is a
burial vault, where all the king3 of
Spain since Charles V. have been
laid. Built in tho time of Spain's
glory, the Escurial lemains the most
&ti iking monument of Spanish wealth
and power. Newark Journal.
AN AVAILING AD.
Yesterday Mr. Bacon put an ad
vertisement in the I3uli:iix regard
ing a bicycle thSl had been stolen
from tliu Y. M. C. A. A gentleman
who is a constant reader of this pa
per saw a native boy riding a bicycle
which he thought answered the de
scription ol the missing machine,
and immediately informed thu owner
who had the boy arrested. At the
Police Station he gave the name of
Kia, hut on investigation the police
located the rightful owner of tlie
name and discovered that the prison
er's' name fs Nakolo. He had tried
to shield himself by giving a false
name. Seeing that this would not
woik he tried to put the blame on a
boy named Kaono. He stated that
thu bicycle had been given to him by
Kaona and that he could he found at
Ilonokahtia. Thu satety had been
partly disguised. Nakolo will have
his Dial for larceny of the bicycle,
which is valued at S75, on Monday
in the Police Court.
APRIL FIRST JOKES.
A joke was put up on Miss
Brewer, principal of the Punahou
Preparatory School yesterday, April
1st, by one of llie scholars. The
tongue of the school bell was taken
out and Miss Biewer desiring to call
the scholars together, took the bell
and Uourished it about, but there was
no sound. Big joke, thought the boy3
Another joke was perpetrated on
the Advertiser's rank and file last
night. Some ladies fixed up a tray
full of cakes and pies and had it
sent to the Advertiser office. The
edibles did not turn to ashes, like
the apples of Sodom, hut a gross of
toothpicks was needed to extract the
wool, of which the pastry was made,
from the jaws of tho eaters.
While the bark Edward May, Cap
tain McCluro master,- was sailing
majestically out the passage yester
day, a sailor was seen to climb on
the railing and plungu overboard into
the sea. The splash wa3 heard by
tlie ship's company mid trie man was
hailed but took no heed. The deser
ter made for tho Immigration Depot
landing near tho Marine Railway.
Captain McClure ordered the pilot
boat, which was alongside the hark,
to go after tho desorter, and a chase
was accordingly made, Ho was col
lared and taken on hoard again.
We have ready for inspection up
wards of 500 varieties of designs and
plans of Artistic Dwellings, costing
from 81000 to S12.000. which are
models of beauty and convenience.
Old residences renovated and addi
tions uiudc in the most modern styles.
Buildings appraised and lots sur
veyed. Cull and inspect designs.
Palmer & Riohaudson,
Office, Room 0, Spreekels' Block.
The community will deeply sympa
thise with Mr, and Mrs. Thomas
Wright in the loss of their daughter
and only child. Their allllotion is
very gteat, as it is less than a year
since they lost their only son, a pio- i
ltilblng lad, by accident.
HOnSFORD'S AIU PHOSPHATE
JIuheM uu lu viuorul In;; VrluU
with water and sugar only. Delicious,
"Is it Indeed truo," vsaid tho young
man bitterly, "that you do not lovo me?
A ypar ago you remindoil me that faint
heart no'er won fair lady. Again you
whispered 'Patience' iti my car. It
was but last week that you bid mo hopo
on, anil now aha you ignoro mo com
pletely." "Can it bo possible," replied tho mod
est and lovely girl as sho gently raised
her arm from tho divan and rovealod ono
end of a hitherto concealed wicker basket,
"that you do not, know there was a now
fashion in pet dogs?" Brooklyn Life.
Too Much for fieri
tfi , ift
"And why did you leave your last
"Well, mum,, the leildy was after
havin' two at homes, a pink and a yaller
tay, a pcrgossive; euchra parthy, mid a
chriiteitin', mum, all in wan wake.
Sure, mum, tlio lucuitumeiit was too
much for mo nerves." Harper's Bazar.
Tim N'tllll1t"r nT Arr 111 11 ruck.
"No, Sam," Haul a Washington busi
ness man to an old servant who had
shown n disposition to make him a con
fidant concerning eomo of his affairn.
"No, Sam; Isnover played cards. I
couldn't tell you how many aces there
aro in a pack of cards."
"Well," biiiil tho old man reflectively,
"dat njn a pooty hard question some
times. Ef yoli wits pluyin' to my houso
dab wouldn't bo on'y fob.: but ef yoh
wu3 to play at Sim Jenkins dali might
bo rix or sebben 'fob yoh knowed it."
Knuu IIU Man.
"Well, Huns, how far have yon got
with your studies?"
"I have had a littlo multiplication
"And hoV much is two times two?"
"Two times two is six."
"Wrong, Hans; two times two is
"Oh, 1 knew that well enongh; but if
I said four I knew you would beat mo
down to two." Fliegendo Blatter.
IVImt Ho Wanted.
Mrs. J3npec I'vo a good notion to givo
you a piece of my mind, Henry. You
certainly deserve it.
Enpec Cdisconsolatety) 1 believe I
would liko nothing better than a little
peace of mind. Harper's Bazar.
Rural Clergyman (sympathetically)
Terrible accident, terrible, wasn't it? Six
men blown to atoms with nltro-glycerinel
Undertaker (tearfully) Heartrending I
Not cnoiigh left o them for a funeral.
In tho Northland.
Ho wn3 a crafty Esquimau lubber,
Who onncU not a thins bavo clothes and
And ho married a maid vrho could weep and
For In that Northland blubber H wealth.
Now York Herald.
Thu Hoy Seeks Information.
"Papa," said Johnny, "didn't George
Washington over tell a lie?"
"Never, my son,"
"Then how did ho get his cinch on
politics?" Harper's Bazar.
Marseillais In our town, Troun do
l'Air, tho police aro so thoroughly up to
their work that when a murder is to
conio off they know of it tho day before.
Memorial do la Loire.
Briggs Well, my rich nnclo died and
didn't leave me a cent.
Griggs How unfortunutel
Briggs Not at all. Ho appointed me
one of tho trustees." Brooklyn Life.
"Do you ever follow tho advice of Po
lonius 'neither a borrower nor a lender
"I follow it half way. I never lend."
An Aiinmprlato Quality.
"You'd mako u good executor, Bunks."
"You have such a natural aptitude for
minding other people's business." New
In Darkest New York.
"Why do thoy nlwayn take a prison
er's money from hhn Wore tasking him
in u cell at Hid police station?"
'So as to prevent him buying Ids way
r.ierytlilni; Has Its Use,
She (writing) Horrorst Thero'aablot,
and I haven't a morsel of blotting paper!
He (looking over her shoulder) Nover
minds usy that postal card. New York
Tlio Ilutort Discourteous.
"Fieckles are caused by iron in the
"So? You must have swallowed a
Hamo Old Kind.
Mrs. Brlckrow What kind of a girl
have you, Mrs. Bronstou?
Mrs. Bronstou (wearily) Female.
Messrs. Cuge & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism there
as follows: "Tlio wife of Mr, Win.
Pruitt, tho Postmaster hero, had beon
bed-ndden with rheumatism for sev
eral years. She could get nothing
to do her any good, Wo sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and she was completely cured by Its.
uso. We refer any one to her to
verify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers, Benson,
SlqIIu & Co., AgenW.
I'm. meet vou at tbo Brunswick.
Foil Good Minco Pies go to tho
C. J. McOautiiv has lots Mi Lilllia
street for salo. 3-tf
Thk Brunswick arc the only Billiard
Parlors in town. G-tf
Aitkii shaving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith .t Co,, Agents.
SUNiiuim relieved nt once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Donson, Smith & Co.,
Jas. F. Morgan will Bell tho bank
rupt Block of Tom Gow at 10 o'clock
JAS. F, MoitQAN will sell household
furniture at 3 Kukui lane, at 10
Lovkjoy & Co. announce their re
moval to tho Foster Block, where they
will be pleased to see old friends and
L. J. Luvky will sell the furniture
of T. C. McGuire, by order of Goo
Kim, landlord, at his salesrooms on
the 20th inst.
Delicious eoil'ee and chocolate will
be served every morning early at the
Palace Ice Cream Parlois, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Holel si reel. 1-tf
Haiidly anything wanted about the
house but can be got at the I. X. L.
store, whofco new caul should be pe
rused by all housekeepers.
The scene depicted in tho Hawaii
an Hardware Co.'s space may not bo
exactly true to leap year, but the faire
ladyo will get there all the same.
IIoiikon, Neuman & Co., proprietors
of the now drugstore, have an adver
tisement that is quite paregorical, as
Mrs. Partington would have said.
Get your noota and bhocs made
und repaired by the old Witiluku
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on East
Hotel stieel. First-class work, low
Shampooing and head-washing done
for ladies at their residence by Miss
Wolf, who can be found at 73 Bcre
tuniu street, or by Mutual Telephone
GOG, before 8 a. in. or after 5:30 p. in.
If you want good sausage for.break
fast or luncheon, tho finest salvages
in tho Kingdom aro tho Celebrated
Cambridge Pork Sausage and Bologna
made at tho City Market, Niiuunu
btrect, opposite Queen Emniu Hall,
Job. Tinker, Prop. 3-lm
The marriage of Mr. Dimond Dye
to Miss An. I. Lino took pluco on Fri
day afternoon at the New Drug Store.
The ceremony was performed by
Elder Berry under a large bell of
Garlic clusters. The witnesses were
Miss Beth Root, Mr. and Mrs. Alex.
Senna and Mr. and -Mrs. Bur-Dock.
The bride was attired in a .'ountain
Pink dress, made of Silk-Weed and
trimmed with Balsam-Fir. Hor hair
was dressed by Mrs. S. A. Allen ; her
hands were incused in Fox-Gloves,
and sho looked Bitter-Sweet. Tho
groom was clad in Indian-Hemp.
After partaking of several cups of
BonesetTea and Extract-of Meat biind
wiches the happy pair departed. Ar
riving at their Sassafras Bark they
took passage for Niihuu, That both
may live to enjoy a period of Life
Everlasting, is the wibh of their muny
Tho following weddings will take
placo in April at the New Drug Store:
Mr. Juniper Berry to Miss Cura
Old Cap. Sicum to Miss Mag. Ncsia.
Mr. Ben Zoin to Miss Cari Ander.
Mr. Sal. Soda to Miss Bell A.
Let us whisper a few names of dis
tinguished witnesses who are to bo
Old King Alcohol, Mr. Gum Cam
phor, Mr. and Mrs. Demijohn, Slips
Witch Hazol, and otheis. Tlio con
tracting parties will receive their
friends every day from 6:30 a. m, to
8 i. m. Light refreshments consisting
of Crushed Strawberries and Ice
Cream Soda will bo served. No crab
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner iPovt fc JClntr otrootM,
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Wines, Spirits, Etc,
HAVE REMOVED TO
lira St, Foster Block,
(Two doors north of former pre
mises), Where they will be pleased to see old
friends and customers. 385 lw
TV Address "A," this offlce. 3S2 Ot
A COLUMBIA Safety Bicycle, 1805,
from the Y. M. O. A., last night,
Arewaul will bo paid for its return to
the Y. hi. O, A.
381 8f U. P, BACON,
HAWAIIAN HARDY ARE CO.,
Fort streot, oppo. Spreekels' Bank, Honolulu.
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CONSTITUTING THE "VIOXEEir PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1859 BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cabinet Milking, CphoUcriDg k Undertaking
Business in Honolulu are still extant, and the business, Its originator and
present pioprietor heie to stay. Hut ing purchased the entne lutercst of
tlio late firm of H. II. Williams & Co., compiling the laigest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
"Ever In Honolulu; principally selected by If. 11. Williams during bis late three
mouths' visit to the Coast, I now offer this stock aud future additions for
CASH at prices much le-s than heretofore charged.
Tho undersigned in lesumiiig his old place and business would respect
fully tender his grateful thanks for the llbeial patronage of old friends of this
aud neighboring Islands, and hopes to met It a continuance of tlieir favors while
soliciting a share from new friends; and agalu offers his services in
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc..
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Appuratus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men
OSS' PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -a
GRAND OPENING OF
Parisian Pattern Hats, Bonnets & Toques I
WILL BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION ON
Mflay, SatorQay & Unity, Iwl 25lli, 261 & 2811.
0" LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND jg(S
N. S. SACHS,
1 04 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
And lie is suro to get
u good Negative, be
cause he uses tlie
M, A, SEED
10l Fort Htreet. : : :
101) Fort Street,
"v-irj j jn 4Arvr
Friday, eJaturdity mill Monday, -wo -will oll'or out-
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAR PRICK, 75 j
8-Button Sao Gloves, 75y , regular price, f I.
ALL-SILK KIBBOX, CHEAP FOR OASlt !
No. 2, 65o: No. 3, 75o; No. 5, SOoj No.7,$l; No. 9, $1.25;
' " Wo. 12, f HO i No,10,$Uq,
A movcnpjnt is on foot
among the retail store-keepers
to conduct tlieir business on
the cash basis, and big in
ducements are to be offeted
AVe aro not going- to wait
for plans of others to materi
alize, we make an offer now
to supply you with better
articles at less money than
you have ever paid before.
The Fikb and Burglar
Proof Safe recently im
ported by us may be what
AND BUYS HIS
t : J Honolulu. II. I.
It reaver It lor U.
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