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Loavo Honolulu. ..G:1S 8i45 l:4fi 4s35f
Arrivo llonoullull.. 7:20 9i57 2:57 G:85f
Loavo Honoullull.. 7:30 10:43 3:43 G:42f
Arrive Honolulu. ..8:35 11:55 4:65 GtCOi
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t Saturdays only.
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MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1892.
TIiIch. Sun anil Moon,
n v C. J. LYONS. .
2 3-i i
4 11 30 10 0
n .. .12 0
n.ni. 1). in
(I 0 30 1 'Al' B 40
7 1 18 1 35 7 10
S 1 00' 2 IB 8 20
'.I 2 .11 3 0 8 40
10 3 7' 3 24! 0
Kail moon on the 11th nt 71i. Mm. p. m.
Tlio tlmo sIkhiiI for tlic port is ulvcn nt 12h.
Om. Oscc. (mlduluhU of Urccnwlcu tlinu or
Hi. 28m. S4sco. p. til of Honolulu Observatory
tim u. It la Kivcn by tlio steam wlilstlo of the
Honolulu Pinning Mill, u few doors above
the Custom House. The sumo whistle Is
sounded coirrctly nt Honolulu inoiiii noon.
Observatory moiidlnn, or 10b. 31m, 26seo. of
Stnir Claudiue from Maui
Stun- Mikahala from Kui ai
StmrLikeliko from Hnmakua
Stnir Pele from Kuuai
Am wh bk Emma F llerrimnn, Sparks,
from a cruise
Stnir Jas Makeo for Kauai at 4 p in
Stmr Iwalaui foi Lihalna and Houokaa
at 2 p in
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Stnir I'ele for Lubaiua at 4 p in
Stmr Kaala for NawillwlH and Hanaina-
lilu at 5 p in
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0KR0W.
.Stmr Kltmii for Maui and Hawaii at
2 p in
Stnir Mikahala for Kauai al 3 p in
Stmr (Jlaudiuc for Maui at 5 p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stlur Claudiue 8!)0G bags sugar, 110
bag1 paddy, 342 bags taro, 45 bags
corn, 47 hides, 07 bogs, 79 head cat
tle, 1 horse, 150 pkgs sundries.
btmr Mikabala G5d7 bags sugar, 7 green
From Maui, per stmr Ohiudine, April
3 A Irvine, W Ellei brock and wife, Mis
Kauiauo and chilu, W F i'ogue, llou V
O Smith, LF Hughes, D Douglass, H V
Swift, wife and 2 children, 0 Wyliu,
Jno Kalama, A N Kepoikui, M da Costa,
wife aud 2 childten, Y Young, Mrs T
Aon, Chung Man, Ah Jim, Mrs E Norrie,
and 01 dock.
From ICauai, per stmr Mikahala, April
3 Kopkc, C Kaiser, !muii Kauhune, J
Simpson, Geo Munroe, .1 U Duiiue, Miss
Meyers, Miss Emma Blake, Miss A Klu
mann, MUs Etta Lyeett, Miss M Kuud
sen, Paul Neumann, Ake, Ah Chow, K
Okats, Mrs Euuka Lovell, Mr Pusikale
liuu, and G8 deck.
The steamers Kinau, Claudine and Mi
kahala leave again to-morrow afternoon
for their respective ports.
The bark Andrew Welch will in a day
or so have taken In a full cargo of sugar,
when she will proceed to San Francisco.
The steamers Iwalaui and Pele were
despatched to-day to Lahaiua where
there Is a block of sugar awaiting trans
portation. The four-master Robert I.ewers is re
lieving tho steamer Mikahala of her
cargo of sugar.
The steamer Claudine is docked at the
OSS Co.'s dock, where she is discharg
ing her sugar. Part of her caigo is be
ing transfer! ed to the bark Matilda.
BOLLES In Honolulu, April 3, 1892,
Elizabeth Colt Holies, relict of tho
late Benjamin F. Belles, born in
New Loudon, Conn., U. S. A.; aged
t2T The funeral will take place this
CMouday) afternoon, from the residence
of ber daughter, Mrs. John II. 1'aty, at
3 o'clock, Kelatlves and frieuds are in
vited to be present.
SauTrancisco, New London, and Seat
tle papers .please copy.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert at
Emma Squuro tliis evening, com
mencing at 7:30 o'clook. Following
is tlio program :
Overture Light Cavalry Suppe
Fantasia-The Palace Bugler
Fautatda A Dance on tho Green...
Hooheuo. I'ua Aliinl. Nua o ka I'alai,
Medley Echoes of the Night... Riviere
Fantasia After tho Ball Glllett
Hungarian Duuecs Brahms
Waltz Over tho Waves Roses
TO FUTURE BUILDERS!
We have ready for inspection up
wards of 500 varieties of desigiiB and
plans of Artistic Dwellings, costing
from 51000 to 12,000, which arc
models of beauty und convenience.
Old residences renovated and addi
tions made in the most modern styles.
Buildings appraised aud lots sur
veyed. Cull and inspect designs.
I'AMIKIt & UlCHAUDSON,
Oilini, Room 9, Spreckeli' Block.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
P. B. & L. A. TomaitT.
Finn nicotings this week.
Scottish Thistle Club tins ovening.
Battalions ashoro at 10 o'clock
The band will give its regular con
cert ht Emma Square this evening.
The stabbing affray ease will bo
heard on Wednesday in the Police
China Engine Co. No. 5 bud a drill
with their engine on Maunakea street
The annual meeting of the Hawai
ian Jockey Club will bo held at the
Hotel this evening.
The Woman's Boaul of Missions
will meet at 2 :30 to-morrow afternoon
at Central Union Church.
Over thirty passengers have already
secured steerage apartments on the
S, S. Alameda for the Coast.
Captain V. Freeman is now mus
ter of the steamer Iwulani. Tin
former muster, Captain Weir.
Captain Boss and others have ap
pealed from the decision of Judge
Bickerton in the Noble election cuse.
The muil steamors to arrive on
Thursday are the S. S. Monowui from
Sun FroYioisco, and the S. S. Alameda
from the Colonies.
The Rev. W. II. and Mrs. Barnes
and family leave by the steamer Bu
tavia to-morrow afternoon for their
new field of duty. Aloha nui.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather,
hazy; wind, light southwest. Four
masted schooner, lumber-laden, 10
miles northeast, standing southwest.
Six cases of drunkenness were be
fore the Polico Court and summarily
disposed of by fines to-day. Several
assault and battery cases were re
manded. The steamer Waimanalo, which ar
rived on Saturday, had on board six
teen lepers in charge of two ofliceis.
They were committed to the Kalihi
Mit. Arthur W. Richardson, retir
ing Vice Consul-General of tho Unit
ed States, will hold over, by order of
Minister Stevens, until after tho ar
rival of his successor.
At tho residence, No. 3 Kukui
street, at 10 o'clock to-morrow, will
take place the tale of household furni
ture, belonging to A. K. Weir. J. F.
Morgan will wield the hammer.
The steamer Pele, which arrived
yesterday from Hanulei, hud on board
thirty-eight Japanese laborers whose
contracts have expired. Among her
passengers was one suspected of
The brick wuIIb of the new Bulle
tin office hav reached the top of the
nrst story. 'J lie joists for the second
tloor were laid to-day. The Honolulu
Iron Works are making the iron work
for the building.
Miss Dollie Clarke, sister of Mrs. J.
F. Bowler, will bo married on Thurs
day to Mr. J. M. McChesnoy, at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bow
ler, Ki ig street. The couple will
leave i i the steamer Alameda for the
A hundle of "Rose Btmboo" sugar
cane, grown on the Puauhau Planta
tion, Hawaii, attracts a great deal of
attention at the Hawaiian News Co.'s
store. The stalks measure singly from
fourteen to fifteen feet in length mid
about two inches in thickness.
A photo, enclosed in a haiuUomo
frame, of A. L. C. Atkinson's six-oared
boat crew in the race against the San
Franciscos in the recent regatta at
Pearl City, is on exhibition in the win
dow of the Pacific Hardware Compa
ny's store. The boys stand icady to
try them again.
The American whaling bark Emma
F. Herriman arrived oft" port yester
day. Captain Hamilton, who is to
take her north, will arrive on the next
steamer from the Coast. She is at
present under command of Captain
Sparks. J. Spencer, who ia hero, will
go as a boalhcader.
Thosb who missed seeing the
beautiful scenery at the Scottish This
tle Club's entertainment on Saturday
ovening, will have another chance
next Saturday, when a lecture will be
given descriptive of tho Land of Scott
and Burns. Some fine instantaneous
studies will also be exhibited.
Theiik was an unusually interest
ing service at Kaumakupili Church
Sunday ovening. About twenty of
tlio students from tho Kamehameha
school woro in attendance, and seve
ral of them gave very interesting ad
dresses, which were closely listoned
to by tho congregation. The studonts
also sang several hymns.
The Hawaiian "Nosf
got in bib deadly work
in a very
amusing sketch of a Liberal Noble
candidate defeated in the late elec
tion. Tho design is very appropriate,
inasmuch as the majority of tho de
feated Liberals, instead of taking thoir
medicine like men, did the baby act.
It can bo seen in the Hawaiian Nowa
The Frieud for April retortB sharp
ly, on behalf of the Congregational
clergy, on an attack in tlio Diocesan
Magazine, following up the lie lit with
u criticism of the Anglican clergy,
This again is followed by a bitter as
sault on the memory of tho lato King.
An article headed "Political News"
declares in favor of perpetuating tho
monarchy. The religious news pugos
aro woll packed,
The baseball game on Saturday
between the Kamehameha nine and
the San Francisco was all one-sided,
the latter not being in it fiom start
to finish. At the end of a few in
nings tho game was called, drizzling
rain somewhat interfering with the
play. The &coro stood 20 to 2 in
favor of the Kumehamelias, Clar
ence L. Crabbe officiated a umpire,
to Utu satisfaction of all,
Optlrnl Views ot tin? Hnnttlnh High
lnnilR null London.
Kuwaiahno Church was well filled
in the main auditorium, with a
sprinkling of spectators in tho gal
leries, at the optical exhibition for
the benefit of the Scottish Thistle
Club given Saturday evening.
Messrs. C. llcdenianii and C. W.
Ash ford, of the Hawaiian Camera
Club, kindly manipulated the lan
tern. The apparatus for lighting
was something now. It was sent to
the Camera Club from San Francisco
a9 a gift, by Mr. Hen llogau out of
gratitude for the good treatment lie
received from the Camera Club when
here. i'hc light is produced by a
combination of oxygen and ether and
very powerful. After a few trials the
operators had overcome some dilllcul
tics and were gratified at achieving
a mastery over the process before
using it in public. It only went
back on them once or twice during
Saturday night's performance, but
was speedily brought into subjection
Rev. Alexander Mackintosh read
a descriptive lecture on the views
depicted. The pictures were note
worthy for their clear and sharp
lines, and strong effects of light and
shade. Some moonlight scenes on
the Scottish lochs were exquisite.
Tho show opened with a map of Scot
land and closed with a portrait of
Robert Burns. Among the scenes
were the Clyde, Glasgow, Inverness,
St. Andrews, Perth, Balmoral Castle
(Highland residence of Queen Victo
ria), Dumbarton Castle, the Vale of
Glencoe with its awful memory of
massacre, Dunnoltar Castle and the
Pass of Leny. The two last brought
to iniud, llrst, the ill-fated vessel,
part of whoso shipwrecked crew
came here from Ocean Island in an
open boat, aud, secondly, a hand
some bark that visited this port re
cently. The modern and noble pile
of Glasgow University, several ruined
castles, the Duke of -Argyll's seat,
Iona where St. Coluuiba introduced
the gospel, Fingall's Cave, a number
of grand cascades, ancient churches,
etc., were also shown. Perth was
mentioned by the lecturer as tho
birthplace of W. II. Douglas, a natu
ralist sent here by the Royal Geogra
phical Society, who was gored to
death by a wild bull on the slopes of
An intermission was pleasantly
wbiled away with zither music beauti
fully played by Prof. Schmidt.
The latter half of the exhibition
was composed of views in London,
the modern Babylon. Several ex
terior as well as interior views of
such structures as St. Paul's Cathe
dral, the Houses of Parliament,
Westminster Abbey, etc., were
given. The Tower, Bank, of Eng
land, Royal Exchange, Rotten Row
in Hyde Park', and many business
streets with their great crush of traf
fic, held the eager attention aud com
manded the admiration of the be
holders. Such exiiibitions as these
have a high educative influence, and
to those who have never hud the ad
vantages of travel are a great boon.
Next Saturday evening the Lowlands
aud instantaneous views and cloud
effects will be exhibited.
FUNERAL OF CEC1LEY WRICHT.
The funeral of Ceciley Anornh,
daughter and last surviving child of
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wright, yes
terday afternoon was largely attend
ed. Many relatives and friends of
the bereaved couple went to the
house in the rain. After a last look
was taken al the face of tiie child
cut off in the brightness of youth,
the body was escorted by the mourn
ers and friends to St. Andrew's
Cathedral. There the burial service
was impiessively rendered by Right
Rev. Bishop Willis, Revs. W. II.
Barnes and A. Mackintosh, and the
boys' choir of the Cathedral congre
gation. The pupils of St. Andrew's
Priory, attired in white, were present
in a body. Mrs. E. Gray played the
solemn music on the organ with her
accustomed skill. The hymns,
"Christ will gather in His own" and
"When our heads are bowed with
woe," were sung. A goodly number
of carriages followed the hearse to
Nttuanu Cemetery. Floral emblems
a largo number and of great beauty
were contributed to the memory of
tho child, who was very lovahle to
all who knew her.
IMMENSE BANKRUPT SALE.
Mr. Levey will hold an auction sale
of bankrupt stock at his salerooms to
morrow, Tuesday, commencing at 10
o'clock, aud from appearances it is
likely it will take several days before
the whole is disposed of. The stock
is a varied one and comprises men's
white and colored shirts, undercloth
ing, cloths and tweeds in short and
long lengths, flannels, sheeting, blan
kets, quilts, dress goods, felt and
stiaw hats, hosiery, neckties, silk
handkerchiefs, boots and shoes, tow
els, table cloths, trunks, sewing ma
chines, one large cheval glass and a
large variety of notions. As every
thing will be sold without reserve,
and put up in lots to suit, an oppor
tunity is given to purchasers to re
plenish at a moderate cost.
LARGE SHARK SEEN.
The whaling bark Mermaid was
towed out to sea by the tug yester
day morning about 11 o'cloek, On
the way out a shark measuring about
thirteen or fourteen feet was seen by
tho tug's people ravenously devour
ing a horse or a bullock, which could
not lie determined. The shark dived
as soon as it saw tho tugboat,
IIORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
Milken uii liivlcot'utlnar Irluu
with water nml sugar only. Delicioui,
of tlio April
The April term of the Supreme
Court opened at 10 o'clock this
morning. There was a lnrge attend
ance of members of the bar. Jttdgo
The Queen vs. llai. Liquor sell
ing. Appeal from Police Court of
Honolulu. C. Crcighton, Deputy
Attorney-General, for tho Crown;
Kaulukott for defendant. This the
llrst case on the calendar was heard
and the jury retired at 3 o'clock.
AT C11AMIIEHS IIKFOHI: JUDU, C..1.
In the matter of the guardianship
of Annie Basil Shaw, a minor. The
Court heard the application o Mrs.
K. Shaw of Lnhaina, Maui, guardian,
praying for leave to sell a piece of
land situate on Queen street, Hono
lulu, in tho neighborhood of the
Union Iron Works Co. premises.
The guardian's application was
granted and she was instructed to
sell the premises after the usual
advertisement in accordance with
law. J. M. MonsaVrat for the peti
tioner. ADVERTISING NOTES.
Good Mince Pies
C. J. McCarthy lias lots
btiecit for sale.
The Brunswick are tho only Billiard
Parlor!) in town. (i-tf
Firewood and encoanuts
sale at Waialao Ranch.
Pioneer Building and Loan Asso
ciation will meet this evening.
After shaving Use Cucumber Skiu
'1 onic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
StJNHURN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
The executors of the estate of the
late Geoige Lucas issue a notice to
all persons having claims against and
all owing said estate.
Delicious coti'ee and ohocolute will
be served every morning early at the
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Hotel street. 1-tf
Get your noots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wailuku
shooiniiker, L. Toennibs, on Ea-jt
Hotel street. First-class work, low
Jas. F. Morgan will sell three
wooden buildings, covered with cor
rugated iron, to be removed, at the
rear of the Honolulu Planing Mill at
Shampooing and head-washing done
for ladies at their residence by Miss
Wolf, who can be found at 78 Bero
tuniu btreet, or by Mutual Telephone
690, before 8 a. m. or after 5 :80 p. m.
If you want good sausage for break
fast or luncheon, tho finest sausages
in the Kingdom are the Celebrated
Cambridge Pork Sausage and Bologna
made at tho City Muiket, Niiuanu
street, opposite Queen Emma Hall,
Jos. Tinker, Prop. It-lm
The following cabin passengers are
booked for the Coast by the S. S.
Alameda : M J Burke, J W War
rington, Mr and Mrs Chase, Miss
Dare, Mr and Mrs Cofran, II A
Parker and daughter, A L Clark,
wife and daughter, Dr German ami
wife, J M McChesney and bride, C
AV" Smith, the Misses Dougals, Mrs P
II Ilobron, Robert Nish, wife and 2
daughters, Mrs II J Gallagher, Miss
A N Gallagher, Mr and Mrs Scott,
Miss I Beaudry, Mrs C J Fisliel and
.1 children, D Campbell, Miss Alice
Ilamil, Mr and Mrs R S Clark and
child, Mrs Kidder.
Messrs. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism thero
as follows: "The wife of Mr. Win.
Pruitt, the Postmaster here, had been
bed-ridden with rheumatism for sev
eral years. -She could get nothing
to do her any good. We sold her a
bottlo of Chamberlain's Paiu Balm
and she was completely cured by its
use. We refer any one to her to
verify this statement." 50 cent hot
ties for salo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
P. Ii. & L. A.
''I'MIE regular monthly meeting of the
1 Pioneer Building & Loan Asso
ciation will bo held THIS (Monday)
EVENING, April 1th. tit 7:30 o'clock.
Tiiko. F. LANSING,
FOR HALE AT
&air Bell Tele. 4G0; Mutual
FOR SALEjR LEASE.
,. l.. . Ou and after May 1st,
'fy..,iiv isw. thu New and Du-
ll.rrr;T.i:-. 1tnlil(, MiiHnni Doalfljiiinn
t' of tho uuderkiKiied, on
Thurston Aveuue, containing Largo Par
lor. Dining Room, Conservatory, Two
Bedrooms, Dressing Room with Station
ary Withstand and Cedar Wardrobe,
Bathroom with Patent Closet and Hot
and Cold Water attachment, Pantries,
China Closet and Kitchen with Now
Range, Hot Water Boiler aud all attach
Large and convenient Stable on the
pi embus containing two largo box-btulls,
carriage, harness and feed rooms, and
Grounds 200x200, beautifully hi Id out
and terraced. Tho view Is unsurpassed
For further particulars see
W. G. ASHLEY,
846-tf O, It. & L. Co,' Depot.
Tho marriago of Mr. Dimond Dye
to Miss An. I. Lino took place on Fri
day afternoon at the New Drug Store.
The cgi oniony was performed by
Elder Horry under n largo bell of
Garlic clusters. The witnesses were
Miss Beth Hoot, Mr. and Mrs. Alex.
Senna and Mr. and Mrs. Bur-Dock.
Tho bride was attired in a Mountain
Pink dress, mado of Silk-Weed and
trimmed with Balsam-Fir. Her hair
was diessed by Mrs. S. A. Allen ; her
hands woro incased in Fox-Gloves,
and she looked Bitler-Sweet. The
groom was clad in Indian-Hemp.
After partaking of several cups of
BonesotTea and Extract-of-Meat sand
wiches tho happy pair departed. Ar
riving ait thoir Sassafras Bark they
took passage for Niihuu. That both
may live to enjoy a period of Life
Everlasting, is the wish of their many
The following 'weddings will take
place in April at tho New Drug Store :
Mr. Juniper Berry to Mies Cara
Old Cap. Sicum to Miss Mag. Nesia.
Mr. Ben Zoiu to Miss Cari Ander.
Mr. Sal. Soda to MisB Boll A.
Let us whisper a few names of dis
tinguished witnesses who are to be
Old King Alcohol, Mr. Gum Cam
phor, Mr. and Mrs. Demijohn, Miss
Witch Hazel, and othors. Tho con
tracting parties will receive their
friends every day from 6:30 A. m. to
8 r. m. Light refreshments consisting
of Crushed Strawberries and Ice
Cieam Soda will bo served. No crab
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Fort tfc Jilntc (sl.i'eolH.
To remind you. that it is
nearly two years since we
cleaned vour watch.
Isn't it about time to have
her oiled up?
H. F. WICHMAI.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
Wines, Spirits, Etc,
HAVE 11ISBIOVI3D TO
Ndibhi SI, Foster Block,
(Two doorB nortb of former pre
mises), Where they will bo pleased to see old
friends and customers. 385 lw
'pHE undersigned Executors of the
I will of the late Geo, Lucas, do
ceased testate, hereby notify all persons
having claims against the estate of the
said deceased to present the same to the
undersigned within six months, or they
will be forever barred, and all those
owing the said estate will please make
immediate payment to the undersigned.
(Signed) THOS. R. LUCAS,
Executors Estate Geo, Lucas.
A COLUMBIA Safety Bicycle, 1890,
from the Y. M, C. A. last night.
A leward will be paid for its return to
thoY. M. r A.
381 31' II. P. BACON.
XF you wunt a First-class Job of Paint
ing of any description douc, call on
tho 1'ructlcal Painter, J. L, ilKW" ouly.
Fort street 180. I O, Box 387. Mutual
Telephone t!(W. 180 tf
Picture Frames made to
order from latent styles of
mouldings. Kenovation of
old piclurcH a specialty ut
King Bros,, Hotel troot,
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
The "OLD" Stores
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1859 BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
taitarc, Cabinet Making,
Business in Honolulu aro still extant, and the business, its originator aud
present proprietor here to stay. Having purchased tho euttre interest of
the late llrni of H. H. Williams & Co., comprising the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever iu Honolulu; principally selected by H. H. Williams during his late three
months' visit to the Coast, I now offer this stock and future additions for
CASH at prices much les3 than lieretoloro charged.
Sfiy The undersigned in resuming his old place and business would respect
fully tender his grateful thanks for the liberal patronage of old friends ot this
and neighboring Islands, and hopes to mei it a contiuuance of their favors whils
soliciting a share from new friends; and again offers his services In
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men
ear pianos for sale or
GRAND OPENING OF
Parisian Pattern Hats, Bonnets & Toques I
WILL BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION ON
Flay, Salnrflay & Monflay, Marc! 2511, 26th & 28U.
LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND j$
104 Fort Street,
And he is sure to get
a good Negative, be
cause he uses thu
M. A, SEED
101) J-o if Street.
100 Fort Ntret't,
Friday, Hatnrluy and 31ulay we vlll oJVor our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Gents !
REGULAR PRICE, 75;
8-Button Sao Gloves, 75o., regular price, .$ 1.
ALL-SILK KIBBON, CHEAP FOR GASH 1
No. 2, 05c j No, 3,75u; No. 5, 80o; No.7.l; No. 9, 11.26;
No. 12, IM No. 10, $1,75,
' A movement is on foot
among the retail store-keepers
to conduct their business on
the cash basis, and big in
ducements are to be offeied
We are not going to wait
Cor 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 Fire and Burglar
ported by us
re een tly
may be what
Upholstering & M&rtakt
rent at low figures. -
- - Honolulu.
AND BUYS HIS
- o - B:i,fSi
Honolulu, II. I.
SSViSAKi J; iL V