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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
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A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
Lcavo Honolulu. ..G:1G 8 M5 1:15 4:35f
Arrive llonoullull..7:2C inr.7 '2:ii7 B:33t
Loavo Horotiliull..7:30 10:43 J: IS f:12t
Airlvo Honolulu. ..8 :M5 11 :nfi 4:"5 (JsBOJ
PKAIH, CITY I.OOAI..
Arrive Pearl City....... .
Lcavo Poarl CHy.. (1:00
Arrlvo Honolulu. ..0:40 .
4 Saturdays only.
TliU'H. Hun ninl Monn.
II V C.J. 1,1 ONS.
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11, m. p.m.
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Thills. 7 1 19 1 35 7 10 OHO fi 47 II 17 3 31
Fit. 8 1 .10 2 1.1 8 20 0 SO B 47 (I 17 4 4
Bnt. 0 2 31 1 3 0 8 40 10 A A ID II IN 1 .17
Bun. 1U 3 71 3 ail 0 0 10 501 ft 451 0 18 A 8
Full moon on tlio lit li nt 71). Mm. p. m.
Tlio thnu uiKiinl for tlio poit Is ulvuii lit 121i.
Oin. Usee. (miilnlKliU of Uiccmvlch tlinaor
Hi. 2S111. :J4sto. p. in, of Honolulu Obsoiyutory
time. It Is given by tlio steam uliistloof tlio
Honolulu PlunliiK Mill, u few doom nliovo
tlic CiiHtom House. Tlio snniu wliUtle Is
sounded correctly ut Honolulu ineim noon,
Obsorvntory muiidltui, orioli. 31m. 2tisec. of
J ' 11 JfcS
TUESDAY, APRIL Si, 1892.
Slmr Leluiu from Ilumaktia
Stmr C H Bishop for Waianne and Puna-
luu :it 0 u m
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at
StnirMlkiiliuln for ICiiuai at 5 p in
Stmr Claudinc for Muni at 5 p in
btnn Llkclike foi IlainaKua ut 5 p m
Schr ICawailaul for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MOHRQW.
Sclir Liholiho for ilttnapcpc, Kauai
CARGUES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Leluiu 2171 bag sugar.
For Maui anil Hawaii, per stmr IClnuu,
Apiil5 Mrs T A. Like, Master Wight,
Prof A BLjonsmid wife, W Auld ami
wile, P Peck, A' r Hind, l)r Yamashita,
Dr lehida, Mr Dean, A Ulna, A Tibbs,
Miss L Parnielee, Mrs Capt Clarke. For
the Volcano : Kev ,S E Bishop, O Oliver
For Kauai, per stmr Jas Makee, April
4 Mrs W Richardson, G E Faireliild, :i
Chinese and 20 on deck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Irotpiols from Samoa
U S S fcun Francisco, Kear-Admiral
Brown, from San DIcgo
S S Batavia, from Hongkong and Yoko
hama Am bk Ooryphene, Towtisend, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am sclir Golden Shore, Henderson, from
Bk Matilda, Swanson, from Port Town
bend Hawn bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from
4-masted schr Robert hewers, from San
3-m schr W 11 Wright, from San Finn
elseo Am schr Aloha, from Port Blakely
Bk Ceylon, from San traueisco
Bk Albert, Winding, from san Fraueisco
Bktnu Planter, Dow, from San Francisco
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
11 1 M S Hiei,Mori, from Japan
S S Monowul, Carey, from San Francisco,
S S Alameda, Morse, from the Colonies,
S S Australia, Houdlctte, from San
Francibco, April 10
SS Zambesi, Edwards, Poitland, Or.,
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, from Bos
ton, .Tan. 10-15
Am wb bk Morning Star, .Mar 25, from
Am bkt Kiltie Flickinger, from Puget
Sound, now due
Am ship J C Porter from Newcastle,
Haw bk Foong Suey, from Boston,
Mis Btmr ilpiahig tui-, Qurluiid, from
South Seas, May 1-15
Am bk Margaret from Newcastle, NSW
Bk Elsinore from Newcastle, N S W
Bk Paul Isenberg from San Francisco
Brit bk Veritas from Newcastle, N S W
Bk Dob Adelfo from Newcastle, N S W
Bk (ireta from Nowcustle, N S W
Nor bk Poscdon, from Newcastle, NSW
Nor Brig Dato from Newcastle, N S W
The British S S Butavlu leaves for
Portland, Or, ut midnight.
The American schooner W II Wiight
Is lecelvlug sugur nt tlio Oceanic whaif.
The American bark Ceylon is receiv
ing n coat of black paint.
Tlio bark sighted" last evening was
piobably the whaler Mermaid as she Is
outside wuiilngfoi u crew.
The coals fiom the Coiypheuu are be
ing deposited in tlio Oceanic S S Co.'s
A large crowd viewed the departure of
the Kinau this afternoon.
There was mi ubunilunce of dust along
tlio water front to-day.
this city, April 5th, to
the wife of J. D. MoVelg
'll It Si
CARD OF THANKS. '
Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Wright de
sire to return their heartfelt thanks
to tlio kind friends who assisted them
throughout the trying pei'md of their
Into beloved daughter's illness, and
who contributed the great number of
floral token for thu funeral,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A (itoiim is browing,
CouiNiAli No. 1 plcubo call nt tliis
Ukv. Sorono E. Bishop has gone lo
soo the volcano.
A oanh of men are at work repair
ing tlio Insane AByluin road.
Tim band will give n nioonliglit.
concert at Tlionms Stpiuro this even
ing. Thk Road Supervisor has begun work
on the upper portion of Nun nun A vomit).
Tin: S, S. Ilatuviu will leave at mid
night for Oregon anil Viutmin, II (J.,
It is reported Unit Germany is ut
war with Russia. Whoiu is Hie "drci
J. P. Mokoan will sell tlireo wootlon
buildings in the rear of the Honolulu
Pinning Mill at noon lo-moriow.
TuKKK will be a combined band
conceit Royal mid flagship Sun
Frnnoihco at. tlio Hotel lo-morrow
Six ChincM! have been urretjled tin
assault ami battery charges nguinsl
fellow-countrymen. They are all out.
on ,$25 buil each.
Diamond IIkaii, 3 p. in. Weather
cloddy; wind,, fresh northeast.
Whulors Emma Herrimau and Mer
maid lying oiF and on.
One of Wilder & Co.'s drays run
away along tlio city front this morn
ing, colliding with a buggy and smash
ing it. The dray was captured.
Thu cho fa b.inks arc still in bloom
notwithstanding the recent rout by
tlie police. The latter liuvo added
four more to their laurels of .1500 ar
rests. Thk $05 collected on boa id the
steamer Cluutline was not for the
rescued voyngon-, but for the 11 men
forming the boats' oiuws who rescued
Thk onl case in which a .line was
imposed in tlio Police Court this
morning was an assault and battery
charge against Kainai. lie was I'm ml
$'1 and costs.
A i.atk Japan paper says that Ma
jor Geo. II. lionebrake of Los Ange
les, Gal., is likely to be appointed U.
S. Minister to Japan as tlio lute Mr.
John F. Swift's successor.
Owing to the repairs to Kauhu
nianu btreet necessitating its being
raised several feet, tlio (loor in the
oflice of T. li. D.ivies &. Co. lias hail
lo be lebuilt a little higher.
Tin: Hawaiian and San Francisco
bands had practice at the barracks
this afternoon for the combined con
ceit in the now band stand at the Ha
waiian Hotel to-morrow evening.
Si;ukant Dick ICekona, of the
Police force, restored tliieo desartin'g
sailors to their respective ships this
morning, one on the U. S. F. S. San
Francisco and two on tlio U. S. S.
Sevi.ivIj natives have for some time
past ( 'imaged in picking up droppings
from lilies of California buy which
fell while being lauded. They pack
it into bugs which at fifty cents each
meet with a ready sale. "
At the annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Jockey Club last night tlio of
fice! s-for the past year wero re-elected.
Indications wore that, the races
on June lltli would surpass former
occasions in spirit anil interest.
T. Graham, an old residont, died in
tlio Lunatic Asylum on Thursday of
lust week. It will bo remembered lie
was harbor in Mr, Bradley's barber
shop. Ho was a native of tlio United
States and over sixty years ot age.
F. II. WAGNEit, the private detective
of the "drei hundred," gave an exhi
bition of "disguised" horseback riding
to-day. He was mounted on a fiery
steed, and the way ho bumped up and
down leiuiuded one of a hen on hot
Tiikhe are tlireo Salvation Army
mon on the list of Hawaiian jurors
for this session. This may have some
thing to do with tlio wholesale con
victing of illicit liquor sellors. Three
were found guilty and one withdrew
A Chinaman named Ah Sing has
been arrested for larceny of chickens
mil lodgetl in the Police Station. The
fellow has been unable to secure bail,
consequently stays incarcerated, After
his anesl he commenced to perform
comic opera, getting on the window
sill and for hours singing in Ohjneso.
A ukiitknant from tlio U. S. Flag
ship Sun Francisco, at the boat land
ing after the drill, facetiously remark
ed, pointing to tlio American (lag,
"Whoever pulls that down will bo
shot." Tliero wore sovoial Honolulu
belles on horseback near, which may
have occasioned tho patriotic out
burst. A Prmi the return of the regiment
from tho battalion drill this forenoon,
ii squad of about 12 bluejackots loft
tho column and liuuohed over to tho
landing near tho Fishmarkot, follow
ed by. a gang of inquisitive people,
who thought tho ninn were going to
annex the Fishmarket. They wero
disappointed, howovor, as tho blue
jackots only went to meet their own
Messrs. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable euro of rheumatism there
us follows: "Tho wife of Mr, Win.
Pruitt, the Postmaster hei-e, had beon
bed-ridden with iheuinatisiu or sev
eral years. She could get nothing
to do hur any good. Wo sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Halm
and she was completely cured by its
use. We refer any one to hur to
verify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents,
j, .-.,.. ,(
THE BISHOP MUSEUM.
A Aotulilc Addition In tlic Institu
tions ol" Honolulu.
In this issue is given an illustra
tion of the UnusicK Pauaiii Bishop
Muskum, specially engraved for the
Bui.lp.tik from a photograph by
Williams. The building is one of
the most solid pieos of architecture
in Honolulu, us well as one of the
handsomest. Built of hard gray
lava stone, quarried right on the
site, it is silualed on the spacious
grounds of theKatuchameha Schools,
commanding a splendid view of Ho
nolulu, the harbor, and the ocean.
These schools were founded by the
will of the princess whose name the
museum bears, for providing intel
lectual education and manual train
ing at the minimum of expense for
native Hawaiian boys. Hon. Charles
It. Bishop erected the museum in
honor of ihe memory of his wife,
Princess Bernicc Pauaiii Bishop, as
a repository for Hawaiian relics,
which were fast disappearing, as well
as for Polynesian and Australasian
The contents of the Goverunieut
Museum formerly in Alnolani Hale
have all been stored in the Bishop
Museum. These added to the late
-Mrs. Bishop's collection, relics be
longing to the late Queen Emma,
Princess Ruth, and other departed
royalties, also coutiibulious from
many citizens, form a large and rich
exhibit. The display of kahilis is
very giand, some being of priceless
value. There are goigeous feather
cloaks of Hawaiian moiiarchs, some
of them returned by the British Mu
seum. A feather helmet is shown,
which wai taken out of this country
by Vancouver over 100 years ago.
The showing ol wur canoes, carvings
from temples, etc., from New Zea
land is very interesting. It is need
less to particularize evoiylhing, how
ever, as on open dajs anybody can
visit the museum at an expense ef a
few cents for car fare.
The architecture of the museum
is of a composite order with Queen
Anne features. Two grand arches
10 feet 0 inches in height, with col
umns of imported freestone, admit
the visitor to an open vestibule, be
yond which is the main entrance to
the interior by double doors of wal
nut. Entering, the visitor is in a
hall 25 feet square, from the center
of which spring platform stairs of
native koa wood, leading two ways
from a landing halfway up into an
upper hall in the tower.
Turning lo the right on entering
you are in the general curio room,
which is 30 feet by 50 feet and fin
ished in redwood. To the left is the
kahili room, 25 feet by 3G feet, fin
ished in Port Orford cedar. The
lloors are laid in checkered designs
of colored tiles. There is nothing
in the tower to obstruct the upward
view excepting the upper hull, the
lofty open roof ceiling in the apex
giving therefore a dignified effect.
The height is GO feet from the ground,
and 40 feet from tho second Hoor.
The latter is an open hall, along the
walls of which kahilis and other arti
cles are effectively displayed. The
art gallery opens by glass doors
from this hall, and constitutes the
second story of the left wing, the '
right wing containing the kahili room
being only one story. It is 30 teet i
by 50 feet, finished in redwood, and !
is devoted exclusively to pictures and j
Mr. Win. F. Smith, San Fran- j
cisco, was architect of the Bishop
Museum. It was built by 003 labor,
Mr. Robert Lishman superintending
tho dtotip. and Mr. Win. Mutch tlio ,
wood work. Both classes of work
aie of the best. Tho finishing and
polishing of the interior are of tho
highest order, an expert French
polisher having been employed to do
tho latter. In keeping with the
elegance of the structure are the fit
tings, the woodwork of tho enormous
glass oases being perfect in construc
tion and finish. The inscription 011
the pediment is: "188'J. Bernico
Pauaiii Bishop Museum" the name
of llio imlroiuiuic bumg in the form
of a semi -circle.
Professor W, T. Brigham, formerly
of Harvard University, is Curator of
tlio Museum, He is well posted on
the contents and cheeifnlly commu
nicative of his knowledgo to visitois.
The art galleiy is not yet open. For
the present the museum is open to
the public every Thursday morning.
MRS. BOLLES' FUNERAL.
The funeral of the luto Mrs. Eliza
beth Coit Holies took place yester
day from the residence of Mr. Jno.
II. Paly, Judd street. The inter
ment was at the Nimunu Cemetery.
The obsequies were largely attended.
Rev. S. E. Bishop, Mr, F, A. Seliau
fer, Iloiu. J. O. Carter, J. S.
Walker, W. F. Allen and J. I. Dow
sett wero tlio pallbearers.
The lute Mrs, Holies was one of
the oldest residents of Honolulu.
Born nt New London, Coihi.j lu
181!), she was married lo Benjamin
F. Bollcs in 1838, following her hus
band to this country in 18 lo, he be
ing in business at Lnhaina. .She was
the mother of Mrs. Charles Iluslace,
Mrs. J. 11. Paty and Miss Lilian
Bolies of Honolulu, and of Mrs. I).
F. Loveiaud of Seattle, Wash. Two
other children, Mrs. John Caverle.y
and B. F. Bollcs, Jr., are dead. A
sister and a brother survive her in
Connecticut. Mrs. Bolies' )ast ill
ness was of only a few days' dura
tion. SUPREME COURT.
HGFOKP. lllCKKHTON, j.
In the case of llai, charged with
illicit liquor selling, the Hawaiian
jury yesterday brought in a verdict
or guilty, confirming the judgment
of the lower Court. Defendant was
The Queen vs. Palau, larceny in
the 3d degree. Found guilty' and
sentenced to pay a line of 810 and
he imprisoned at hard labor for one
Kainuwai pleadetl guilty to a charge
of liquor selling and the'senteiice of
the lower Court, viz., a lino of $200,
II. Kawewehi, selling liquor, fourth
on the calendar, withdrew his appeal
and paid his fine, 8104.
The case of Jaines.R. Holt, may
hem, is on this afternoon.
ui:fokk jpud, c. .1.
The will of the Into ICnlawaia Kau
puiki, of Waianae, Oahu, was ad
mitted to probate to-day and letters
teslainentar3- were issued to Elike
Pule (w.) The estate is valued at
S51." J. K. Ivaliookano for peti
tioner. In the matter of the baiikiuplcy
of Antonc Borba, of Maui. C.
Boltc has brought against J. de Por
ten, a petition of assignee to cancel
deed. F. M. Hatch for plaintiff, A.
P. Peterson for defendant.
I'll meet you at the Biunswick.
C. J. McCarthy lias lots on Lililia
s-tioot for sale. 3-if
Tin: Brunswick uiu the only Billiard
I'm lots in town. G-tt
Ai'TKii shaving u.-e Cm umber Skin
'1 onic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agi-nls,
StiNiiuitN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith Ac Co.,
Thk Fire Police will meet this even
ing in tlio hall of Protection Hook it
Delicious codec ami chocolate will
be served every morning eaily ut tin;
Palace Ico Cieani Parlois, Liitlwigsi'ii,
ik Cum, Hotel stieet. l-ll
Get your nools and shoos made
and repaired by tlio old W.iiluku
shoemaker, L. Toknnies, on Knit
"Hotel street. Fiist-clath woik, low
Biiampooi.no and heud-washingtione
for ladies at their residence by Miss
Wolf, who can bo found ut 73 Boitv
tiinia street, or by Mutual Telephone
G'JG, before 8 a. 111. or after 5:30 p. in.
If you want good sausage for hi oak
fust or luncheon, tho finest sausages
in tlio Kingdom ate the Celu'or.iled
Cambridge Pork Sausage ami Bologna
made at the City Market, Nuunnu,
street, opposite Queen Eniniii Hull,
Joh, Tinker, Prop, 3-lm
The Royul Hawaiian Militury Band
will give a public conceit at
Thomas Square this evening, com
mencing at 7:30 o'clock. Following
is the program :
part 1 .
Overture -MiiHamullo , Aubc-r
Cornet Polka -Tint I'jluut- Bugler..
'. . . U'cls-ciiboni
liitormezo -"Cavallorlu Riistieana.
Fuutufln-A Dance on the Giecn...
Oiwl Nuni. Hole Wuliiiea. LlhlKalo
Keuiiiiisceuses of Veidl Godfrey
Fantasia After tho Ball Qillott
lluuguiiHii Dances Brulims
Walt.-On tho Beautiful Bint: Dan
ube ... Hillings
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION !
'pilE regular monthlj meeting of this
1 company will tuko place THIS
(Tuesday) EVENING, April sin, at
thu hull of Protection Hook & Ladder
Co nt 7:30 o'clock. Hvery member Is
requested to bo present.
;W It Secietury,
I V you wunt a First-class Job of Palut
1 lug of any description done, call on
the Practical Painter, J. L.Mkvi" only.
Fort street 180. P. O. Box 3af, Mutual
Twlephouo OOii. l&G tl
THE BATTALION DRILL.
Iinuillnir or I'nltpil MtntcH Troops Inr
r.x crc I se.
A detachment of marines and blue
jackets numbering two hundred and
fifty was landed from the U. S. F.
S. San Francisco and the U. S. S.
Iroquois this morning at 10 o'clock.
Tlioy inarched by way of Queen,
Fort ami Merchant streets to Palace
Square, the chosen parade ground.
The liuituliou was in general com
mand of Licutonniil Commander Til
ley. The force was headed b.y the bund
of the San Francisco, numbering
seventeen pieces. Following this
came a platoon of sappers and min
ers, next were the maiines, uutl then
the bluejackets. Tho rear guard
was composed of men drawing Iloteh
kiss ami Galling batteries. Scaled
in the reviewing stand at the Palace
Square were Admiral Blown, Stalf,
t'heir Excellencies United Slates
Commissioner J. L. Stevens, Governor
A. S. Cleghoin, Charles N. Spen
cer, Minister of Iutenor, ant! . A.
Whiting, Attorno.v-Goiieral, Major J.
W. Robertson, II. M.'s Chamberlain,
.Mrs. Brown and several other ladies.
The battalion was brought into line
on the Square and in open order pre
sented arms while the baud played
"Hawaii Ponoi." The inarching, ev
olutions and manual of arms were
well done, although after a little
more practice 011 land thu bluejackets
might do butter. It took four barges
to transport the puiticipauts in the
til ill to and fiom the vessels.
'l'ht niiiiriage of ' Mr. Dinioiul Dye
to Miss An. I. Lino look place on Kii
d.iy afternoon at tlio Now Drug Stoic.
The ceremony was performed by
Elder Beiry under a huge bell of
Gallic clusters. The witnesses were
Miss Belli Root, Mr. mid Mii. Alc..
Senna and Mr. and Mrs. Bur Dock.
The bride was at tiled inn .Vmiiitain
i'ink dross, made of Silk-Weed ami
liiinmeil with Biilsiiin-Fii. Her hair
was diessod by Mrs. S. A. Allen ; her
hands were incased in Fti-Gloes,
and "lie looked Bitter-Sweet. The
gloom was clad in lndian-llomp.
After, put taking of several cups of
Honest tTea'antl Kxli.icl-of Mc.it sand
wiches the happy pail depuited. Ai
riving at thoii Sassafras Bark they
took passage for Niiliuii. That both
may live to enjoy a'peiiodof Life
Hverluftfiug, ia the wish of tla-ir ninny
Tho following weddings will take
place in April ut tlio New Drug Stoie:
Mr. Juniper Bony to Miss Oar.i
Old Cui). Siciuii to Miss Mag. Nesia.
Mr. Btin Zoin to Miss Cuvi Amlur.
Mr. Sal. Soda to Miss. Bell' A;
Let uh whisper a few names of dis
tinguished witnesses who uro to bo
Old King Alcohol, Mr. Gum Cam
phor. .Mr. anil Mis. Demijohn, .Miss
Witch Huol, and otheis. The con
tracting parties will lcceive tlioir
frioiuls every day from 0:30 a. m. to
8 p.m. Light refrcslmieiiis consisting
of Crushed Stinwbeiiie- and Ice
Clcum Soda will be seneii. No cnib
H08R0N, NEWMAN &
uitiict; I.-' 1 w.
Corner l"oil Ar Ivlntr fst recfH.
LOVEJOT & CO,,
WineSj Spirits, Etc.,
' r . LO .
Niiiii SI, Foster Blocf,
(Two iloors north of former pie
1 ni pes),
Where they will be pleased to see old
fiientls and customers. 3S5 lw
" FOR SALVOR LEASE.
i , On and after Muv lit,
.ST-'rU;'i lS!,- I'll) New unit Du
TalS'ii'S ' ;'' sl,'ill'lu .Modern Ui-sliluueo
,,i3fg9gj2&fc of the uiitli!riL'iietl, on
'I'hurston Avenue, conPiliiiiig Largo Par
lor, Dining Room, Conservatory, Two
lt.,,1 i.mmj lli'nliifr Ifnnin t,llli t,itlr,n-
ary Wushstniiil and Cedar Wuidrobe,
lbitlirooui with Patent Closet and Hot
and Colli Water utliielnneiit, Pantries,
Cliluii Clotct and Kitchen with New
Riitigo, Hot Wuler Boiler uiid all attach
Large and convenient Mablo on the
premises containing two large bos -stalls,
carriage, humors and feed rooms, and
OiouuilB 200x200, beautifully laid out
uiul tcirace.il, Tlio view is- uiisiu passed
For fill titer parlleiilius see
W. U. AbilLEV,
38C-tf O. It. A L. Co..'s Depot.
FIREWOOD "k COllOANOTu
(OR SALE AT
jBttT Hell Tele. 100; Mutual Teiu. 507.
IilfGl Lllllli 11 Lnilililllllil
T Addre ha, this oiHyt. a'J tit
. 1 'I TvT
HAWAIIAN MRBWARI' 00.,
1 a Fort jsLreel, oppo. JSpnckoI1 Dnuk, Honolulu.
T ijw ttietJMmww woitwri ?
tt-ilsTlt fcstf r
ITUTINaTHE'TIONELR" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL .&, FO'RT STREETS,
IN ISM 'BY C.,K. WILLIAMS FOB CONDUCTING THE
''iiniiliii'c, I'iijiiiict Ming
Biislne- bit Honolulu; uie -till uM.tni, and the bii-iucsa, irs originator uad
pieseiit propriumr lielo'to lily. Ilavlu purehafi'd the entire interest of
. ,tlie late liuw (if II . II. Wil'iums A; Co., comprising the laigest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; prinoipilly syluoted by II. U. Wibiams. during his late tlireo
iiiontlis' viil to the Coast', I now ofli.T this stock and future additious for
CASH al piici's mlieli le-V-iliuu biretolore eharged.
Jiay-Tlie uildei'igne.d in wsuniiiig Ii:s old place and business would respect
fully telider id- g'VnJ.efid lli,u)k for the liberal pationage of old friends of this
Itiid iiuiglibullug 'Islands, 'aVidhopGs to merit u eontiutiancc of their favors whilu
bollclthig a share fiom niHv1 lriuds; Mud again offers bis services in
ftfloving Piafios, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Expei leneod and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus,
, yl-itliiirj of Superior Quality Funusbed ssivd Lsid by Competent Men
I aT PIANOS FOR"SAl'E't)RTTrTrXt'tOW FIGURES. -Sa
:'" " f "t15rE7"wTL.LAMS.
i 11 AND-'
SiHiiaer Millinery !
Parisian Pattern. Mats Bonnets & Toques !
WILL "BE OPEN FOR INSPECTION ON
Friday. .& Mijf,jM.H5ili1 26.111 k mi
gT LADIES ARE CORl;iALI,Y INVITED TO ATTEND -fitj
. ' '- , (! '" ' ' '
104 Fort Street,
And' ho is sure to gtd- ,t
a good Negative,be- . S
cause bo uses the
M. A. SEED
HE a ' ffWCda I i
. HOLLISfER &CO.,
lOJ) l-'ri Strppt. i i ". t : t CSuiiohilu. II. t.
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Cppwa if- !?V?Sf S," ' ,ftfl r1'?Srilfrl
MM Iirt Nfpt'i'l, ' .- ... itrpwer Itloclt.
SPBDlAIi ' S'ALE !
IViiluy, .iiuii-il vy 'Kut-lf)unyr v vlll ofl'ur our
8-Buiton SaclbVes "for" Fifty Oents !
'. ... RKUULA'1,1 l'Rlt'K, 75;
S-Iliitton Sue (ilovt-h, 7 lie , ri'gular price, ifl.
ALL-SILK ItlBlJON, ClllDAP FOR CASH 1
No, 2, 65c ; No. U, 7fm ; No. 5, $Qo ; No. 7 . l , 5?0, 9, $1.25 :
NO. 12, f Mp j Mo.lD.H..
O - FFEE !
A iiiovonrNit is 011 loot
among' Ihu retail storc-lceoiiurs
to coiidiiul. lliuii' businoss 011
llio wish basis, and big in
ducements are lo bo offuied
ViTe art' not going to wait
for plans ol' others to imituri
alitto, vc make an offer now
to supply you with better
articles at loss money than
you hnvo ever paid before.
The l-'iUE- and Burglar
Proof Safe recently im
ported by us may Lie what
CpltokUsring & Gadertakiog
Q-PEJN r NG OF
AND BUYS HIS
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