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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
VltOSI ANI AKTKH VVM. 1. 181U4.
A.M. A.M. l'.M. l'.M.
Loavo Honolulu. ..0:15 8 MS 1:45 4:3flt
Arrivollonoullull..7:20 9:57 2:57 5:35
Loavo llonoullull.. 7:30 10:48 d:4H 5:42f
Arrive Honolulu. ..8:35 11:55 4:55 GiGOt
PKAnii CITY I.OUAI,.
Loavo Honolulu 5:20 ....
Arrive Poarl City u;isf ....
Lcivo Poarl Clly.. 0:00 ' ....
Arrlvo Honolulu. ..0:40
t Saturdays only.
Titles. Hun ntiit 11 mill,
11 V c.J. LYONS.
J 5 S 5 I
uav. f-F& fast's I i
p.m. ii.in. pan. u. in. I
.Moil. 4 11 3(1 10 II 4 II (! (I ft .'.0 ti 111, 1 14
Thus. 5 .. . u oft o s o : 4'i s in 2 7
a.m. p.m. ,
Wed. l use 121 (1 4(1 II n r 4S (I 17 -iri
TlilUH. 7 1 18 1 3.V 7 10 !l :!0 B 47 i 17 !t 31
Fit. S 1 150 ! 151 8 20 0 flo ft 47 i 17, 4 I
but. II 2 31 3 0 8 40 1U ft ft 401 (i IS 4 Si
Sun. 10 n 7l 24l I) ul0Sl)l 5 111 li lHl'S 8
Full moon mi thu lit li at 7li. Mm. p. m.
Tlio tlmo sIkiiiiI foi' till! poit 18 (riven at l-2li.
uni. Usee. (niidnlRlitl of (iicuiiuleh tlmuoi
III, 28in. iUsoc. p. in. of Honolulu OliHci'Mituiy
time. It Is kIvuu by tlio sti'iiiii vvhlstlo of tliu
Ilnnolulu Pinning Mill, n few ilnois ubovu
till! Custom House. Tlio muni) whittle In
bounded curieetly at Honolulu menu noon,
Olisorvutoiy mei lillim.or loll. .tint. 2fluo. of
WEDNESDAY, APRIL G, 181)2.
Stmr Hawaii from Ilamakua
Sunr Kilauen Hon fiom Iliiniakiia
Stmr Waialeale fiom Ilamakua
Selir Luka from Kauai
Stmr .1 A Cummins from Konkm
Sclir Ktilamauu fiom Kohala
Sclir Llhnliho for llntripepe, Kauai
Br S S Batavia, Hill, for l'oitland
Stinr Lehua lor Unmnkiia
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MOIIROW.
Stmr Waialeale for Walanac at 'J a in
Hawn bk Andrew Welch, Diew, foi San
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Waialeale - 37G0 bags sugar.
For Vicloiiu, 15 C, per SS Batavia,
Apiil fi Rev W II Barnes, wife, 2 child
ten and nurse, .1 Foster, 13 Japanese,
and 223 Chinese and Japanese passen
geis in transit.
For Maui, per stmr Claudine, Apiil 5
Miss G P Wilder, Miss I'atilsell, Miss
Somers, C E Colvllle, W F Rogue, D
Douglas and wife, Sirs M Gorvall, Bro
Beitram, .l Hughes, L von Tempskj", A
F Fiane.i, II A Swift and wife, Hon li U
Maef.irlanc, Eev E P Baker and wife,
Hon W II Coinwell, lion L W P Kune
al II, J Kahuna and others.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, April 5
Miss Mist, Or .1 K Smith, Mr Duncan,
ALMaitin, MrSheda, Mrs F P Hast
ings, Miss Kennedy, W Ellerbroeh and
wife, D Keliipio, 8 Chiuese and 50 deck
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Iiotpiois from Samoa
U S is fcau iiauoiseo, itear-Aiiinnai
111 own, fi om San Diego
S S Batavia, fiom Hongkong and Yoko
hama Am bk Coijphene, Townsend, fiom
Newcastle, N S W
Am sclir Golden Slime, Henderson, fiom
Bk Matilda, Swanson, from l'oit Town
send Uuw.il bk Amhew Welch. Diew, from
4-inasted sohr ltuboit Leweis, fiom San
a-m sclir W II Wilght, fiom San Fran
cisco Am sclir Aloha, fiom Poit Hlakely
Bk Ceylon, from Sun hianeisco
Bk Albert, Winding, fiom nan Francisco
Bktne I'lanter, Dow, fiom San Francisco
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II IMS Iliel, Moii, froiuJaium
S S Monowai, Caiey, from San Francisco,
S S Alameda, Morse, from Hie Colonies,
K S Australia, Iloudlette, fiuin San
Francisco, April 10
SS Zambesi, Edwtuds, Poiilaud, Oi.,
Am bk Amy Tinner, Johnson, fiom Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am wh bk Morning Star, Mar 25, from
Am bkt Katie Flieklnger, fiom Puget
Sound, now due
Am ship J O Porter fiom Newcastle,
Haw bk Foong Suey, from Boston,
211s stmr Moinlng Ftar, Gailaud, fiom
South Seas, May 1-15
Am bk Murgaict fiom Newcastle, NSW
Bk Elsinoi o from Newcastle, NSW
BkPaul I senliei g fiom Sail Fiancisco
Brit bk Veritas from Newcastle, N S W
Bk Dox Adelfo from Newcastle, N S W
Bk iJieta from Newcastle, N S W
Nor bk Posedon, from Newcastle, NSW
Nor Brig Ditto from Newcastle, NSW
Tlio bulk Andrew Welch has been
Imtiled to the 0 It & L Co.'s whaif.
The Hawaii and Walalcalu are dls
cliaiglng their sugar into the C D Bry
ant. The U S S lioqnols Is coaling.
The Ameilcati schooner II W Wilght,
Cant. Jacoboeii, will leave for San Fian
cisco on Fildny.
The Amei ieuu Hrhnoner Itobet t Lew eu
1b at the coal whuif
THE PACIFIC WHEELMEN.
A goodly attendance was present
at the meeting yesterday evening of
thu I'acillo Wheelmen. A champion
luce for thu club medal was arranged
to take place on April 80th. An
offer of a medal was received from
the Hawaiian Jockey Club to the
Wheelmen, for a race for the cham
pionship to take place on the 1 1th
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
. This ovening'a combined band con
cert ill tlio Hotel will begin at eight
Tr.NDKiib for printing the Minister
of Interior's rcpoit will close at noon
The old wooden wnieliotiso of T. II.
Divvies it Co., on Kaahiinianu sticet,
is being demolished.
Nkxt Snndny, Apiil 10th, will bo
Palm Snndny, and the succeeding
Sunday will bo Easier.
Engine Companies Nos. 1,2 and 5
and Hook it Ladder Co. will hold their
regular monthly meeting this even
ing. Mlt. II. II. Itice Cooko is bonked iih
a passenger for thu Colonies by the
S. S. Monowai due on Friday from tin
Mil, II, 1 Wiehman is having a
largo house put up on his lot bounded
by Mimilllo, Vu'tuiiu and Kinau
Tm: Amciiuan bark C. I). Uryant
will s.iil at an eaily date for San Fian
eisco. T. II. Oavies il Co. aie the
Tiiuiiss.iultuud battery ease against
.1. n.uriugtoii and J. Campion hits
again been postponed, this lime until
The moonlight concert by Hie Ha
wniiau band at Thomas Squint' last
evening was delightfully enjoyed by n
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
clear, wind fiesh uoitheasl; whaleis
I'itiiina F. Hurriman and Mermaid
lying oil and on.
A lakoi: number of passengers,
mostly tourists, are booked for S.in
Frunuiseo on the S. S. Australia to
leave here on April 2(ilh.
Tun mimes of 7Iis.s Alice llamill,
Mrs. L. J. Levey, Hev. .1. M. Siherand
Herman Kiuget have been added to
the list of outgoing passengeis by the
S. S. Alameda.
Kaahumanu street lias leeched its
finishing touches fiom the hands of
the Road Supervisor. If appeatanees
are worth anything the thoroughfare
will btand a good deal of tr.illie.
Two Chinese and two native womon
wore ancsted last night after (en
o'clock at Wnikiki, on horseback, and
at the Police Station weio ch.uged
with fiuious and heedless driving.
The Japan Gazette lepotts tlio S. S.
China's time fiom San Francisco to
Honolulu to be 5 days, 1 hour and 35
minutes. This is onl a difference of
about 20 hours fiom the time Hie Chi
na lepoited here.
The iron bark Andiew Welch is
expected to sail for San Francisco to
morrow afternoon. Captain Diew's
many friends have been pleased to
meet him on this ins fust vi-it tu this
port in his line new command.
Those in (iiiaiantine at present in
connection with the S. S. Batavia are
Oaits. Babcock, pilot, and Fuller, hai
bor master, Poit Suiveyor Cr.ibhe,
Customs Otlicer Chrko and gu.ud.s.
They will remain in seclusion for live
ITAMiirnAFT regrets "to announce
the (li a.h of Daniel Ivcknhuua, Mia of
Itov. J. lvekalmna of Waianae. He
was a ICamehaineha student and went
away foi his vacation in good health,
but was soon afterward taken ill and
died March 24th."
AnothekoI the popular baud cou
cei ts at Makeo Island, Kiipiolaui Park,
will lie given to-nionow evening.
Moonlight and music could not be
combined in a moie pleasant locality,
and the tide to the park and hack
none will tail to enjoy.
The initial game of the season on
Saturday next at the League Giounds,
between the Honolulu and Kanieha
molm ball teams, promises to be an
interesting one. The Honolulu team
will be composed of almost all the
same playeis as last season, while the
ICaniehamehas will introduce sonic
Tin: S. S. Batavia left poit shortly
after 7 o'clock this morning for Vie
toiin, It. C, Captain Babcock, the pi
lot who wiib quarantined on her ac
count, took the steamer oulnide. She
had as passengeis Kev. W. II. ii.u lies,
wife, family and nurso, . . Postoi and
Hi Japanese fiom this port, and 22.'t
Japanese and Chinese passengers in
llANiii()KAivr, printed at Kameha
m el i.n School, in its latest issue advo
cates tlio starting of a homestead lui
icaii. It also upholds the piineiplo
of the pieseut ballot law, while advo
cating more simplicity in details.
Another article uiges on business
men a sense of their responsibility
with lefoienco to the giowtli of the
KiiiiumiiK bpiui. uimiiiB uie youiu o.
A CHINAMAN MISSING.
A Chinaman reported to the i'olice
Station lliis afternoon that a relative
of Ins, a stranger in the country, was
missing and could now here be found.
The missing Chinaman had hut just
recovered from an attack of insanity.
Tho report is thatbolh went out near
the Insane Asylum in search of
guavas, and took different directions.
After gathering the fruit the first
Chinaman came hack but could not
find tho other. lie halloed several
limes hut received no answer, and
although he searched for some lime
tho missing man could not be located.
CASE OF GLANDERS.
Dr. Rowat to-day shot a horse that
had glanders, This is the sixth ease
of glanders dealt with by him the
same way in nine months. While
the authorities are watching the Im
portation of horses clpsely to pre
vent the inlioduction of the disease,
horse owners should bo very watchful
against lingering contagion Irom thu
disastrous visitation of glanders a
few years ago,
ROSE BAMBOO CANE.
Xew Vnrlcty mill (rirrnt rowpr on
Rriof mention lias already been
made in UiU paper of a few stalks of
"Rose Hamboo" saigar cane on view
at the Hawaiian News Company's
store. This is a variety of cane
which has only been imported into
these Islands quite recently, but
winch, on account of its tbiifty
grow til, heavy yield to the aero, nnd
hardy nature, is fast superseding all
other varieties, just aa the "Lahai
na" eano rapidly look precedence of
others on the low lands some few
The sample in question wns laisetl
on the Paauliati plantation til an ele
vation of 1UU0 feet, where it wns im
possible to raise Lnhaiua cane to any
advantage. Mr. Moore the manager
writes that he lias some ;)0u acres in
this Held, and it bids fair for a
yield of six tons an acre, lie slates
that he has also planted "Rose Ram
boo" on his low lands and, while it
grows well, the Lahaina is prefeiable
at an altitude where no cold weather
In these depressed times for plan
tations the introduction ol any new
varietj ol cane by which the yield of
sugar can be increased, or in fact
anything tending to improve (he con
dition of alfairs connected with our
main industry, cannot fail to be
hailed with delight by all inteiested.
' iri-.v-in :.. .; ilsu itw.
, -a ri. .njj; yw. .1 . t wr
L zz-a?l si'fTOrt?,
a, tt, -, -.
M, w -!
I'm Mulligan, see! Everybody
knows Mulligan of de Miff ward and
dey knows 1 got a pull. Jist as soon
as de bloomin' kanakas annex to dis
country I'll be in it, see! Tom Piatt
was in mo saloon Hie other night and
scz to mo, "Mully, if de country an
nexes you kin go as governor, and
marry one of those defunct prin
cesses, see!" and I'm gun' to do it.
Do fiisl tiling j on know I'll be lloat
iu' with the nobility and makin' me
own sugar. Me and D.ne Hill's got
THAT STOLEN CYCLE.
The young native reported in last
Satuiday's issue as having been :u
rested for appropriating a bicycle
belonging to Mr. Bacon from the Y.
M. C. A. was tried this morning.
Mr. Bacon proved owneiship of the
wheel. Nakolo alias Paahao alias
Kia could not satisfactorily account
to the Police Justice how he came by
the bio3'clo and was very nervous.
When asked if lie had anything to
say in his own behalf, he said he re
pented his criminal position in having
the bicycle in Ins possession, but
said it had been given to him by
anothei boy. He knew the other's
name, but where he lived was the
mystery. His Honor found him
guilty of laiceny in the thiid degree
and sentenced him to pay a line of
$10 and he imprisoned at haul labor
for six montlis. The defendant was
given time to meet his patents or
triends and see whether they would
like to note an appeal to tlieSupitine
A regulai meeting of this Society
will lie held to-nionow (Thursday)
evening at half-past seven o'clock, in
the large hall of the V. M. C. A.
After the transaction of business a
paper will be lend by Mr. J. S. Km
erson, on "The Deities of the Hawai
This meeting will lie open not only
to members and to those who shall
be elected a3 such to-moirow even
ing, hut also to all gentlemen and
ladies who are inteiested in the So
ciety ami the objects which it desires
to accomplish. Tlio admission will
be, free, and it is hoped that this
attempt to extend the privilege of
the society to the public at large will
The following cabin passengers aie
booked for tho Coast by the h. a.
i Alaiiieiltv : M J Hurke, JW War-
lington, Mr and Mrs Clinsu, Miss
Dare, Mr and Mrs Cofiau, 11 A
Parker and daughter, A L Chirk,
wife and daughter, I)r German and
wife, J M McChesiiey and bride, C
W Sinith, the Misses Ilotigah, Mrs 1'
II llobron, Robert Nlsh, wife and 2
uaughters, Mrs II .1 Gallaghei, Miss
AN Gallagher, Mr and .Mis Scott,
Miss I Heaudry, Mrs C J Fishel and
3 children, D Campbell, Miss Alice
Haiuil, Mr and Mis R S Clark and
child, Mrs Kidder.
"I havo just lecovered tiom a sec
ond attack of the grip this year,"
says Mr. Jas. Q. Jones, publisher of
the Leader, Mexiti, Texas. "In tho
latter case I used Chamberlain's
CoitgU Reined), and I think with
considerable success, only being in
bed a little over two days, against
ten days for tlio first attack. Tho
second attack I am satisfied would
have been equally as bad as thu llrst
but for the use of this remedy, as I
had lo go to bed in about bix hours
after being 'struck' with it, while in
the (list case I was able to attend lo
business about two days befoie get
ting 'down.' " 50 cent bottles for
.sale by all dealers. Bon.ou, Smith
& Co., Agents,
. :'wjw t lr- f,r.. s?rf.
llnunllnn nnd tim
Tlio second combined concert will
bo given this evening in the pavilion
at the Hotel, by the Royal Hawaiian
and tlio San Francisco bands. The
concert will commence at 8 o'clock,
when the following program will bo
ItOVAt. HAWAIIAN lUMi,
0 ei tin e Raymond .Thomas
IT. b. r. S. SAN I'ltAM'lSro HAM).
Overture Rival I'elee
Medley Musical Review Kevieie
fHoituio La Gaza bulla Rodui
Selection Rose of Castillo tlillfe
Toichllghl Procession March
Overtme Zuinpa 'lleiold
The Shir Spangled Banner.
diei't for Mile.
HY has lots on
'I hi: Brunswick aie theouly Uilliiud
I'liilots in town. .11 tf
A rihK sinning use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith it Cn Agents,
Sumiuhn lelievcd at once In Cu
cnnibei Tunic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
A silt: mule has been impounded
and will be sold if the owner does not
put in his claim within 18 days.
N. S. Sachs i ndertising special
value in ladies' night gowns and
skirts. Bead bis new ail. and leain
Thu Scottish Thistle Club will gie
llie'u second exhibition of Scottish
scenes at Kawaiali 10 Chinch on ri.it-
Dui.lcious coti'ee and chocolate will
lie .-eived eveiy nun mug cuilj at the
I'.il.ice Ice Cream I'ailms, Ludwigson,
it Cion, Hotel street.' l-tf
Ukt your hoots, and shoes made
and lepaircd ly the old Wiiiliiku
shoemaker, L. Toi.nniiih, on ICa-l
Hotel stieet. Fust-class woik, low
SiiAMi'ooiNn and ho.ul-wnshingdone
for ladies at tlieii icsidcncc b Miss
Wolf, wdto can bo found at T. Beie
tania stieet, or b Mutual Telephone
09(5, befoic 8 a. m or idler fi :!() p m.
ll' you want good sausage foi bic.ik
fast or luncheon, the fined "-.images
m the Kingdom are the Celebrated
Cambiidge Pork alltageulld Bologna
made at tho City Maiket, Niiuniiu
stieet, opjiosito tjiieen Uninia II ill,
Jos. Tinkkk, Piop. :i-tni
rJ? L-5 2 RH
Edinburgh, Fmtli Bridge,
Roslin, Mdroe, Ahbot-foid,
Ayr, Bonnie Iloon, Kte.,
Ob Saturday Evening, April 9tli,
open 7 '30; Ooiiiiiienee 8; Our
liagcs tl.ItO o'cluek.
Admission 50cts.; Childron I'Scls
C5J Tickets at Hurt A Co.; Heicoii,
Sinith & Co.; Holllster a Co.; '1'. O.
Tliium; Hokum, Xcvviiuui X Co ; Ha
waiian News Co.; II, .). Nolle or .Mem
heis of S. T. Club. :ttS III
41 C. D. BRYAWT,"
This, Vcel has Supuiloi Fiitt-cluss
Cabin Aceoiumodatiou and will have
caily dispatch for above poll. Apply to
TMEO. H. DAVIES&CO,
.188 tf Agents.
Bar Hull Teh
1 Heretanii street, oimo
situ Koit-slieet Oluiieli.
R. I. LILLIK
At Then. II. Davles A; Co
SUITE of Furnished
Itoinus lo let. Enquire
Mus. A. M. MICI.MH,
lOlj.j I'm I si , upstidis.
COTTAGE TO LRT.
rpHR ullage on hehool
X stieet at present occu
pied by-lav. W. 11. Il.irui'a.
Possessloit given Apiil 1, lbUJ. 1'or
piutlciilurs imply to
3G1 Hit AI.EN.J.CAimyRIOHT.
nMF WFFKLY BULLETIN-W
I eolunms of luteiestlug reading
$G; Ihluuda $1.
to foioigu ooautrlus,
The marriage of Mr. Dimund Dyo
to Miss An. I. Lino look place on Fri
day afternoon at tlio New Drug Store.
The eei oniony was performed by
Uhler Berry under n large bell of
(J.irlie elusttis. Tlio witnesses weie
Miss Beth Boot, Ml. and Mis. Ale.
Senna and Mr. and Mrs. Bur-Dock.
The biido was altiied in a Mountain
I'ink dress, niado of Silk-Weed ami
liiiumed with Balsam-Fii. Her hair
was d rcscil by Mi". S. A. Allen ; her
hands weie inc.isi tl in Fo-Uloves,
and she looked Bitler-Sweel. The
gioom was clad in Inilian-llcnip.
Aftei partaking of .several cups of
BuucsctToa and K.liacl-of-Meal sand
wiclies the happy pair departed. Ar
riving at their Sassafras Bark they
look passage for Niiliau. That both
may live to enjoy a period of Life
ICvorlasting, is the wish of thuii ninny
The following weddings will take
place in April at the New Ding Stote
Mr. .lumper Benv to Miss Cain
Old Cap. Sienni to Miss Mag. Nesia.
Mi. Ben Zoin to Miss Can Ander.
Mr. Sal. Sod i to .Miss Bell A.
Let us whisper a few names of dis
tinguished witnesses who are to be
pi e? cut :
Old King Alcohol, Mi. Gum Cam
phor. Mr. and Mrs. Demijohn, Miss
Witch Hnel, ami othoM. The con
tracting panics will leceive tlieii
fiiends every day from (i:li0 A. M. to
S e. vi Light rofieshinents consisting
of Clashed Stiawbeines and Ice
Cream Soda will be served. No ciab
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO..
Clll'lllll' Koi't .V Ivlnur ! IM'l"! M.
TO BE GIVEN BY T1IR
Honolulu Arion Socie
On Saturday Evening,
BesSr TRAINS will leave the Oahu
R'tilvvay Depot at 7 and 8 o'clock i. m.;
letuiniiifj will leave the Grove at 10 and
1 i .VI.
tST TICK'RTS to he had at J. Hu
bush'H toie, the Klite and Iaidwifjueii
& OiiinS I-e Cieaui l'arlnis.
ines, Spirits, Etc.,
HAVE REMOVED TO
Iran SI., Foster BlocK,
(Two doors noi Hi of former pi e-mi'-es),
Wlieie Ihey will lie pleasid to see old
f i lends and ciihioiiicih. ;!S. Iw
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
I , On and after .May 1st,
r' t IStl'J, Hie New and IJe
'3$','i& "liable Modern Hesidence
2xlg5Ziil of the umletxlgiicfl, on
'I'liiu-itou Avenue, containing Lai go I'.ir
hr. Dining Room, Conservatory, Two
Bediooms, Dressing Room with Stntlou
aiy Waslislaiid and Cedar U'aidiohe,
Hathroom wlHi Patent Clo-et and Hot
and Cold Water attachment, I'.mtricB,
China Closet and Kitchen with New
Range, Hot Water Holler and all attach
I.uge and convenient MnbUt on the
piemises eontaliiliig two huge box-stalls,
e.uriage, huines and feed looms, ami
Giounds L'OtK'JOO, beautifully laid out
and tenaced. The view Is ihimii passed
For fiiither partleulais fee
W. O. ASIILKY,
1180-tf O. H. it L. Cn.'n Depot
JO'I'ICE is hereby
given I lilt t
animals will be sold at public auction
on SATURDAY, Apiil 2.1, I8JV, at 12
o'clock noon, at the Government Round
at Maklkl :
1 lluv bho Mule, all legs black, white
spots on back, tail clipped, Inaiided
"5j-l" on left side of neck.
1 black Iloise, white spots on back
and foiehead. both hind legs white,
Inanded "RK" on light hind leg.
1 Illaek llouu, while spot on foiehead,
light hind ' tr white, branded ' VII" on
light liiud e.
I Hay II. use, left hind leg white,
biaiided -N II" on left hind leg.
Itay-Owners of tho ubovu aahutils must
send hi their claims within IS days,
otheiwlso they will be sold on the dalo
above named. 1). KAOAO,
Honolulu, Apiil li, lK'J-'. 388 2t
IF j 011 want a First-chiss Job of l'aliit
uig 1 if any descilption done, call on
thu I'laiiicall'ttlntei, J. L. Mkvhh only.
Fort stuet ISO, 1. O. llox 3U7. Mutual
Telephone CM, RJG U
J 1 jA Wi
. f "v TrY,vi .. mi;:
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
104 Fort tsxreec, Honolulu.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear !
Special Value in Ladies' Night Gowns !
See what we are now selling for SI "U and Si. 25 ' They are Well-made,
Good Cotton and Nicely Trimmed !
OUR SKIRTS FOR 50 CRXTS ! CAN'T RE BEAT 1
A DIES' CORSET COYERS !
IN GREAP VARIETY AND IN ALL
IThe "OLD" Stores
iT-i' S fx 5s( kZJsr
CONS'lITUTINO THE "PIONEER" 1'LANT, ESTABLISHED ON
IN IS.V.I 15 Y (
Hi i i i j
.i nihil inmi' i n v f
V'IUM!H;l, Jl'IIVUI", U MIW10LU
liu-iiie- iii lliuioliilii aru -till want, and the business, its originator and
pie-eel pinpih-ttii heie tu -t:iv Having piuchased the eutne inteiest of
the late llrm of II. II Williams .V, Co., eompilsliig the laigest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Kvei in Honolulu, piinclp.illy selected bj 11. 11. WilllaiiH dining Id-, late three
inoiith-' vNit lo the Coat, I now offer this stoel. and future additions for
CAbll at pi ices much los than heietofore chiuged.
Ittir The uiidei-igiied in lepiunliig hi old place and business would lespect
tillly temlei U giatefdl thank.-, foi the libeial patiouage of old fileudn of thli
and neiglihoiing Islands, and hopes to meiit a continuance of their favors wbilu
soliciting a share tiom new fiiends; and again offeis his services hi
Rflovlng Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
Hj i:pei IuiicimI and Caieful Men with .Suitable Apparatus.
Mitling of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men
fiair PIANOS RR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES, "tea
And he is sure to get
a good Negative, be
cause he uses the
M. A. SEED
OLLiSTER & CO.,
iy k, u
100 1nl Sio.
IOO Fort Sftci-I,
FVitluy, JiiHirtla.v ami JLnuilHy, v vlll oll'er our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAR l'RICE, 75; .
6 Billion Hue Gloves, 75c , regular price, $1,
AU.-S1LK ULlilJON, CHEAP FOR OASU !
No, 2, 06c , No. 3, 75o ; Nu. 5, bOo , No. 7. l ; No, 0, $1,'J5 :
A inovpinont is on foot
among thu retail store-kuepers
to fondufL their business on
the casli basis, and big- in
ducements arc to be oi'fcied
AVe are not going to wait
for plans of others to materi
alize, we make an offer now
to supply yon with better
artteles at less money than
you have ever paid before.
The Kirr and Bubglar
what ported by
LLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
AND BUYS HIS
gj i ss rJ?
Iloiioliilu, II. 1.
M rV l I-. JES l