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OAHU- RAILWAY & LAND GO.'S
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A.M. A.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. . .0:15 8)45 1:45
Arflvollonoullull..7:2C 0:57 2:57
Loavo Honoullull..7:30 10:43 Ss-lH
Arrivo Honolulu. .. 8:35 ll:G5 4:55
PEAIU. OITY LOCAL.
Loavo Honolulu 5:20
Arrivo Poarl Cily 5 :5S
Loavo Poarl City.. 0:00
Arrivo Honolulu.. .0:40
t Saturdays only.
Tides. Hun nnl Moon.
)1Y O. J. LYONS.
I Si -
Full moon on tho 11th nt 7h. Mm. p. m.
Tlio tlmo slRiinl for tlio port 1b clvon nt 12Ii.
0m. Oaeo. (midnight) of Uiccmvtch tlmo or
111. 28m. 348CC. p. m. of Honolulu Obsoi vntoiy
tlmo. It Is slven by tlio stonm whlstlo of tlio
Honolulu rliming Still, a few dooia ubovo
tlio Custom Ilouflo. Tlio sanio whlstlo Is
sounded corroctly at Honolulu moan noon,
Observatory mcildlnn, or loh. 81m. 20sec. or
W tJL Ji.
Si i ally glullefiti
FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1892.
R SI S 8 Monowai, Carey, G days and 18
hours from San Francisco "
Stmr C B Bishop from Kahuku and
Stmr W G Hall from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Waialeale from Waianae
Stmrlwalaui from Hamakua
Stmr J A (Jummins from Koolau
. ., DEPARTURES.
K 51 S S Monowai for the Colonies at 5
Am 3-masted sclir II C Wright for San
Sclir Lavinia for Kahuku
Sclir Luka for Kohala
Schr Kaulilua for Kauai
Schr Kulamanu for Kohala
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
USS Iroquois, Beed, for San Fran
cisco CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Iwalani 5028 bags sugar, 23 hides,
3 horses, 70 pkgs sundries.
Stmr OB Bishop -2392 hags sugar, 12fi
hags paddy, 2 cs oranges, 1 hog, 1
sheep, 5 pkgs sundiies.
Stmr Waialeale 2977 bags of sugar.
From San Francisco, per S S Mono
wai, April 8 For Honolulu: W A Abbe.
Miss Brod'e, Godfrey Brown, F W Da
mon, wife and 2 children, Mrs F C
Donald, John W Hawes, F N McDonald
and wife, Mis La Verne WNoyes, FA
Waterhouse. For Auckland: Miss L
Blown, Miss Carey. For Sydney: GF
Biirglieim and wife, Mons P Blouct and
wife, Miss Blouet, Chas Blake, Mrs A
Casperson. Mis Dr Corlis, Master Corlis,
O B Draper, II E Draper, Miss Ewing,
B W Fiulayson, H Gleadow, Aire G B
Gumey, II Hurdt, E G Holtliam, F 0
Howe, 0 F Holland. Mrs Jensen, Eugene
H Koehu, E C Locke, O M Martin, Miss
Grace Newall, A M Palmer, A II Whif
fln, T C Woliastou. On at Honolulu :
W H B Cooke, F AI Hubbell, O H. Per
kins. From Alaui, per stmr Iwalani, April
8 B F Bickard and 09 deck.
For Kapaa, per stmr Jas Makee, April
7 W II Bleu and Masters Bice (2i.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Hiei, Mori, from Japan
S S Monowai, Carey, from San Francisco,
S S Alameda, Morse, from the Colonies,
8 S 'Australia, Houdlette, from San
Francisco, April 19
S S Zambesi, Edwaids, Portland, Or.,
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, from Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am wh bk Morning Star, Alar 25, from
Am bkt Katie Flicklnger, from Puget
Sound, now due
Am ship J O Porter from Newcastle,
Haw bk Foong Buoy, from Boston,
Mis stmr Morning Star, Gailand, from
South Seas, Aiay 1-15
Am bk Alttrgaiet from Newcastle, NSW
Bk Elsinore from Newcastle, N S XV
BkPaul Isenberg from San Francisco
Brit bk Veritas from Newcastle, N S V
Ilk Don Adelfo from Newcastle, N S XV
Bk breta from Newcastle, N S W
Nor bk Posedon, from Newcastle. NSW
Nor Brig Dato from Newcastle, NSW
The B AI S S Monowai arrived this
morning from San Francisco and leaves
again for the Colonies at 5 p in.
The Iwaloul is discharging nor cargo
of sugar Into tlio O D Bryant.
Tho Ainciicau schooner II O Wright
leaves to-day for Sun Francisco with a
full cargo of sugar.
The Hawaiian brig Douglas, Capt.
Beed, and the Amoiican schooner Tran
sit, ICapt.' Jorgensen, arrived hi San
Francisco on Alaich 18th after a passage
of 18 and 14 days respectively.
Tho brig Irwin and barkentine Mary
Wlnkelmau aro loading in San Fran
cisco for Honolulu,
The steamer W G Hall arrived this
afternoon from windward poits.
SAN KHANOISOO NOTES.
Arrived March 25, U S K Pensacola,
13 days from Honolulu; 81, bilg W G
Irwin, 21 days from Honolulu; brig J D
Spreckels, W days from Kahului.
Departures-March 24, Lurllne, for
Hilo: 25, W II Dinioud, for Honolulu i
Bobert Sudden, for Kahuliilj 20, Gci bk
Paul Isenberg, for Honolulu ; 27, bk
Alden Besse, for Kahului; 30, bk SO
Allen, for Honolulu,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Hawaiian jurors have been dis
missed until furthor notified.
Thk steamer W. G. Hall arrived,
this afternoon from windward ports.
Thk spud on tho dredger was tnken
out to-day successfully and will bo ro
paiicd. The S. S. Monowai will resume her
voyngo to tlio Colonies nt fi o'clock
Monr. P. Blouet ("Max O'Bull"),
wife nnd daughter aro through pas
sengers on tho Monowai.
Aphil 14th has been sot for exam
ining candidates who I'spiie to puie
lico law iu this Kingdom.
Thk Cousins' Society will hold its
regular meeting to-morrow evening at
the residence of Row Dr. Hyde.
Tin: Bulletin would extend its
thanks to Pursor J. Ness Keith, of the
S. S. Monowai, for late news favors.
The Arion picnic is to come oil' to
morrow night. Should the weather
permit a glorious timo is promised.
The brig Geo. H. Douglas, E. Beid
master, arrived at San Francisco on
Mmch 18th, 18 days from Honolulu.
The U. S. S. Ponsacola, Captain
Kautz com m tinder, arrived at San
Francisco safe nnd sound, thirteen
days from Honolulu.
Birv. F. W. Damon, tvifeaud family,
returned on the S. S. Monowai to-day.
Mr. Damon, it is pleasing to lelate,
has fully recovered his health.
The steamer Zcalandia at -San
Francisco is having a new super
healer and smokestack put in, be
sides undergoing extensive ropairs.
The U. S,. S. Iroquois will sail for
San Frauciseo to-morrow. Captain
Beed having kindly oii'eied to take u
mail, one will be sent closing at 2
The Hawaiian ship Hawaiian Isles,
at latest accounts, was loading at
Swansea, G. B., for San Francisco.
From the latter port she will come to
Don't fail to beoure tickets for tho
Scottish Thistle Club's entertainment
to-morrow night. They can be had
at various stores as advertised. The
bairns will be admitted for 2fi cents
payable at the enhance.
Some of the "Diversified Indus
tries" articles, published in the Bul
letin, have been translated into the
Portuguese language by Mr. .1. M.
Vivas. Reviews of some have ap
peared in tho Sonlinell.i.
Mn. GonrrtEY Brown's once fami
liar faco is again seen. He returned
on the S. S. Monowai this morning
from "doing" Europe, the Orient, and
the United States. Air. Brown looks.
well, his burnsides showing him oil' u
In a case in the Police Court lately,
in which a Chinaman was charged
with playing p.ikapio, several papers
weic exhibited purporting to ho puka
pio tickets. What w.isthe consterna
tion of all when the Court interpreter
said thoy were all itemized hills in
A native woman had a girl named
Lily a nested tho other day for dii--obedienco
to parents. In Court the
woman was asked if Lily was her own
child, when she replied that she was
a moopuna hanai (adopted child).
Tho woman, however, failed to show
adoption papers, and the girl was re
leased. Admiral George Brown, Airs, and
Alaster Brown, with a party of friends,
will mnke a tour of the island, start
ing on Sunday morning, on the
steamer J. A. Cummins. Tho party
will lie tho guests of Hon. J. A. Cum
mins at Waimunalo, and that gentle
man will accompany them the rebt of
the trip. They expect to be back by
The funeral of the lute Airs. E. H.
Cant took place yesteiday afternoon
from St. Andrew's Cathedral, the Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh, pastor of the Second
Congregation, ofliciuting. The choir
of tlio congregation sang solemnly
two hymns, while the Anglican fune
ral services woie impressively read by
the minister. Tho interment win in
the Nuuanu Cemetery.
A Chinaman named All Sing was
committed to tho Insane Asylum,
under tho tender care of Dr. It. Oliver.
yesterday. Tho man only came from
Kohala latoly and was a laborer on
the plantations. Shortly after arriv
ing iu town ho commenced to act like
a crazy man, sitting at times on a
window sill and lor hours singing
operatic airs, banco his committal.
W. H. Rickord, of Ilnmnkua,
brought down three of his well-known
racing stock on the steamer Iwalani
this morning. They aro to be pre
pared for the races to take place on
Juno llth,'alKapiolanil'ark. Among
tlio number is the now famous, owing
to ills never being beaten, Duke
Spencer. Mr. Ricknrd expects to
carry the (aurels at the next meeting
of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
FOR SAFE KEEPING.
The trial of Lui Kutnonn, charged
with larceny of a gold watch, tlio
property of J. Taylor, was heard in
the Police Court this morning. The
evidence produced in cross-examination
evinced the fact that the watch
hud been given to tho defendant by
Mrs. Taylor for safe-keeping. His
Honor took that view of the case and
discharged the prisoner.
Arrived at 11a. in., April 8, the
Union S, S. Co.'s R. M. S. S. Mono
wai, 8500 tons, M. Carey, comman
der, from San Francisco for tho Colo
nies. Sailed from the Golden Gate
on April 1st at C p, in., nnd had lino
weather throughout, the winds being
moderate and variable. The Mono
wai will sail for tho Colonies nt C p.
Sun FranciscOf April J,perS. S.
United States Senate Ratifies
tho Arbitration Troity
Itotli n(ioiiH Ajs'tM oil Eiciieiv
iiitf the MihImsi Vivendi.
Up to March 28 tho Belli ing Sea
matter seemed to be increasing in
seriousness. On the 25th corres
pondence between the two Govern
ments was published. A note from
Lord Salisbury argued that anoilier
year's suspension of sealing was not
necessary to prevent the diminution
of the seal herds. If the British
side prevailed in the arbitration, tlio
British sealers would have grounds
to claim compensation for los1 by
their prevention from sealing. Lord
Salisbury proposed that sealing
should continue on condition that the
owner of every scaling vessel should
give security lor satlslying any dam
ages the arbitrators might adjudge.
President Harrison's reply regard
ed the matter of lenewing the modus
vivendi as one of urgency from the
fact that further protraction would
make any modus ineffectual to pro
tect the interests of the United
States and would give the Canadian
sealers practical immunity, by reason
of the practical impossibility ol com
municating to them the ugraed re
strictions. Forty-seven Canadian
sealers, as against 31 at the same
time last year, hud hurried olf to the
grounds in order to avoid receiving
any notice of renewal of the modus.
The President could not under
stand why, if the Britisli Government
so little respected the claims of the
American, Lord Salisbury should
have proposed to give those claims
the dignity of being a subject for
arbitration. From the moment arbi
tration was agreed on neither party
was at liberty to disregard the con
tentions of the other. This was where
the President regarded the matter as
serious. If tiie British Government
proceeded this season on the basis of
its contention as to the rights of the
Canadian sealers, no choice was left
the American Government but to pro
ceed on the basis of its contention
that pelagic sealing in the Bchring
Sea was an infraction of its jurisdic
tion and property rights. The Pres
ident was not willing to be round in
any degree responsible for the results
that might follow the insistence by
cither Government this season on the
extreme rights elaiinid by it. In his
opinion it would discredit in the eyes
of the world the two gieat govern
ments involved if the paltry profits
of a single season should be allowed
to thwart or even disturb the honor
able and friendly adjustment of their
differences so nearly concluded.
In conclusion the President said
lie would learn with regret that Her
Majesty's Government continued to
assert the right to deal with the sub
ject precisely as if no provision had
been made for the settlement of the
dispute, and in that event his Gov
ernment would be compelled to deal
with the subject on the same basis,
and use every means in it3 power to
protect from destruction or serious
injury the property and jurisdic
tional rights which it has long claim
ed and enjoyed.
Lord Salisbury under dato of the
20th sent a reply to the American
note. It was ot so conciliatoiy a
tone that it gave great satisfaction
in Washington. He agreed to a re
newal of the modus vivendi when
over the treatv was ratified if the
J United States would agree, in the
I event of arbitration going against
that country, to have lie arbitrators
assess the damages to Britisli seuleis
by prohibition of their industry.
Great Britain would prohibit scaling
! in the disputed waters, if vessels
were excepted which produced certi
ficates that they hud given security
for such damages as might be as
sessed in case of a decision advenso
to Great Britain.
Lord luiutsford, Colonial Secro-
tury, cabled to Canifda u warning to
musters ami owners or sealing ves
sels, that if they went into tho dis
puted waters it would lie at their
Tlio tone of the English press
thioughout was generally opposed to
going to extremes. Great pressure
was brought to bear on President
Ilairison from the capitalists of Now
York to go slow, as they declared
that a belief iu the imminence of war
would produce a financial panic in
On March 28th the Senate after
discussion unanimously ratified the
Behring Sea arbitration tieuty. An
amendment by Sherman was adopted,
providing that the pioceedings in the
arbitration conference should be in
The Cabinet had that morning
practically ogrecd to accept Lord
Salisbury's proposition for a renewal
of last year's modus vivendi, with
certain limitations, the chnracter of
the do mages to bo left to the deter
mination of the nrbilratois.
It wna believed that a despatch had
gone from the British Minister to
Lord Salisbury, stating that tho Uni
ted States had agreed to his proposi
tion of tho 2Gth.
Lowtlier, Parliamentary Secretary
for tho Foreign Olllcc, denied in the
Commons that tho Government hud
refused to assent to the modus Vi
vendi. Ills statement was icceivcd
Tho result of the negotiations i9
icgnrded in London as a triumph for
British diplomacy. The Times says
the English people do not care
whether they get their seals from tlio
Americans or the Canadians. It asks
how long is England to bo at the risk
of trouble on account of Canada
which tieats her as a commercial
.llnrrliic' of n Honolulu Itcxldi'iit In
The following report of the mar
riage of Mr. W. O. Atwuter, book
keeper of the Honolulu Iron Works,
to Aliss Rentier, who lately made a
prolonged visit to the islands, is from
a San Francisco paper:
A pretty wedding was that of Wil
liam Atwatcr of Honolulu and Aliss
Annie E. Beuner of this city at the
First Congregational Church last
Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. The
auditorium had been most beautifully
decorated willi flowers, ferns, pepper
plnnts and bamboo by the young
Iriends of the bride. A large num
ber of persons were present to wit
ness tiie ceremony, which wus per
formed by Rev. Or. McLean. The
bridal party enteied the church to
the music of the wedding march and
during the ceremony the biide was
attended by the inaid-of-hoiior, Aliss
Josie Benner, and the groom by Air.
Frank Pai cells. The ushers were
Arthur Breed, Dr. Titnerumn, Harry
Benner and Charles Parcolls.
After the ceremony the wedding
party and guests repaired to the res
idence of the bride's parents, Air.
and Mrs. F. AI. Benner, 777 Six
teenth street, where a wedding recep
tion was held. The rooms were pret
tily arranged with flowers and a wed
ding bell of pinks and roses hung
suspended near the window. After
the wedding supper Air. and Airs.
Atwatcr left for San Francisco,
whence they proceeded East Friday
evening on a wedding tour. They
will return in about two months and
will then go to Honolulu to live.
I'll meet you at the Brunswick.
C. J.McCAitTitY lias lots on Lililm
btieet for tale. -tf
Tun BiuiiMvick me theonly Billiard
Put lots in town. (-tf
An'rit sh.ivtng use Cucumber Skin
'liime. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
.1. AI. Camara.'Jk., is now president
of the St. Antonio Ben.i'e Hawaii So
ciety. SuNinutN iclieu'd ut once by Cu
cumber Tonic. I'eiiMin, Smith it Co.,
Hawaiian Council No. CSS), Ani
eiicati Legion of Ilrmnr, meets this
The Wililcr's Steaniohip Co. decline
a quarterly dividend payable at their
J. F. A! onu an will hold u wale of
household furniture at the Luchh resi
dence, Kukui lane, on Thurfduy next.
J. F. AIoroan will auction at his
salesroom, liquors, groceries and
cigars on Wednesday next uj. 10
Delicious coffee and chocolate will
be served every morning early at tho
Palace lee Cieam Parlois, Ludwigson,
A- Cion. Hotel street. 1-tf
Get your nools and shoes made
n ud repaired by tho old W.tiluku
shoemaker, L. Toennieh, on East
Hotel stieol. Fiisl-clsbS woik, low
pi ices. 4-ti
Shampooing nnd houd-waVliiiig done
for ladies at their renideneo by Aliss
Wolf, who can bo found at TA Beie
tiiniit street, or by Alutuul Telephone
()!)(, before 8 a. m. or aftor f :!J0 p. in.
I Tin: Pacific lion Works Co. (Limit
ed) lias been incorporated with the
i following ollieors: Piesident, J. V.
lluckfeld; Vicn-Piosident, S. C. Al-
t Ion: Seeiet.iry and Treasurer, K.
i Suhr; Auditor, W. XV, Hall. The
ciiiiipun) will occupy tho works lately
I occupied by (hit now defunct Union
i lion Works.
Theie is no danger fiom whooping
cough when Chamberlain's Cough
Hemedy is freely given. It liquefies
tiie tough, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoration. It also lessens
the severity and frequency of the
paroxysms of coughing, and insures
u speedy recovery. There is not the
least danger iu giving it to children
or babies, as it contains no injurious
substance. 50 coot bottles for sale
by nil dealers. Benson, Smith &
JF you want u Kirht-cluss Job of Paint
ing of any dieiiptluu done, call on
I tho Practical Valnter,. I. L. AIi:y" only.
Foit struct 1HU. P. 0. llox 3H7. .Mutual
Telephone CAM. lfiR tf
i IMului'O Frames mtulo to
onlur iVom latest styles of
niouJtiintfs. Uonovalioii of
old picture s specialty at
King Bros , Hotel Htroott
Tlio marriage of Air. Diinond Dyo
to Aliss An. I. Lino took place on Fri
day afternoon at tho New Drug Store.
Tlio ceremony was performed by
Elder Berry under n largo bell of
Garlic clusters. Tho witnesses were
Aliss Beth Hoot, Air. and Airs. Ale.
Senna and Air. and Airs. Bur-Dock.
Tho bride was attired in a Mountain
Pink dress, made of Silk-Weed nnd
trimmed with Balsam-Fir. Her hair
was dicssed by Airs. S. A. Allen ; her
hands were incased in Fov-Gloves,
and she looked Bitter-Sweet. The
groom was clad in Indinn-Heiup.
After partaking of several cups of
BonesotTon mid Extract-of-.Mcat sand
wiches the happy pair depaited. Ar
riving at their Sassafras Bark they
took passage for Niihau. That both
may live to enjoy a period of Lifc
Eveilasting, is the wish of their many
The following weddings will take
place in April at the New Drug Store:
Air. Juniper Berry to Aliss Cara
Old Cap. Sicuin to Aliss Aliig. Nesia.
Mr. Ben Zoin to Aliss Cari Auder.
Air. Sal. Soda to Aliss Boll A.
Let us whisper u few names of dis
tinguished witnesses who are to bo
Old King Alcohol, Air. Gum Cam
phor, Air. and Ahs. Demijohn, Aliss
Witch Hazel, and others. The con
tracting parties will leeeive their
friends every day from G:!10 a. m. to
8 i m. Light refreshments consisting
of Crushed Strawberries and Ice
Cream Soda will be Bcrved, No crab
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Coriiur lort t JCIiik Htreots.
II) OF SCOT!
Edinburgh, Forth Bridge,
Hnslin, Melrose, Abbotsfnrd,
Ayr, Bonnie Doon, Etc.,
On Saturday Evening, April 9th,
Doors open 7'HO; Commence 8; Car
riages 9:90 o'clock.
Admission 50ots.; Children ?5ots.
E5-Tickets at Hart & Co.; Benson,
Smith & Oo.; Holllster & Co.; T. G.
Thrum; Ilobron, Newman & Co ; Ha
waiian News Co.; U. J. Nolte or Mem
bers of S. T. Club. I1S8 :tt
NOTICE OF INCORPORATION,
rrHE PACIFIC IKON WORKS COM
JL PANY, (Limitkd), gives notice
that it lias tiled in the ollfcu of the .Min
ister of the Interior articles of Incorpo
latlon us provided by law and will here
after cany on business In Honolulu us a
eoipnration with limited liability At a
meeting of said Company held at Hono
lulu, tliu l!8th day of March, lfi'J2, tlio
following otllcers were elected:
J. F. Huckfeld Pteiident,
Sam'lO. Allen Vicc-I'iesidcnt,
Win. W. Hull.
Honolulu, April 5, 1892. :i00 lit
& rpWO Nicely Furnished
;5 A. Booms centrally located.
i Enquire Bulletin Olllce.
DUVAL PREMISES, III
Heretauli street, onno-
slte Fort-stieet Church. Ap-
K. I. LILLIE,
At Then. II. Davles it Co.
SUITE of Furnished
Booms to let. Enquire
Ains. A.AI. MELLIS,
101 Fort st , upstairs.
COTTAGE TO LET.
PTf, h rymii Cottage on School J
&tt-fi -A- stieet Ht present occu
&&S1CM& pled by Bey. W. IJ. Barnes.
PoShessIon given Apt II 1, 1802. For
p.titleiilars apply to
KOI 1m A1.EX..I. CABTWBIUHT.
HOUSE & IAYV FOR SALE.
( N Young stieet. House
contains llvo rooms,
kitchen, bathroom, etc, Lot
i tiujlliu luuii I ill Milium imillt main
Rdi.l III IahI Lm ....l.i.M a.... 1 n. . 1 n . a
"I'l'iy I" ik;dci jMi'.ur.uuw,
.47U lin Young bti cot.
Piece Laud 50120
feet, near ear line and
has a Hue sea view; 15 min
utes' walk t Post Olllce, Water main
runs through the lot. Price GTfij 170
cash balance In mm and two years; In
terest 7 percent secured py moitgago;
titlu tlio best; no charge for papers.
Enipilio at this olllce, 3b!) -Jw
Island Shells and Curios !
WHOl KSALE and ictuil, cheap for
cash, at 101 Fort street, between
Ehleis' ill v goods store and Frank
Uertz'H shoo store.
808 tf , T. TANNATT,
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprckels' Bank, Honolulu.
jmtm S9 WJS
104 Fort btreec, Honolulu.
ter our owx aiake
Special Value in Ladies' Night Gowns !
See what we are now selling for SI. 00 and SI. 25 ! They are Well-made,
Good Cotton and Nicely Trimmed 1
. Ladies' White Skirts !
OUR SKIRTS FOR .in CENTS ! CAN'T BE BEAT !
LADIES' CORSET COVERS !
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES !
The "OLD" Stores
CONS1ITUTIXG TIIE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN l.Sfill BY C. E WILLIAMS FOB CONDUCTINGTHE
Win?, Cabinet Ming
Biisiin"-b iii Honolulu me still extant, and the business, its originator and
pie-eut pinpiietor here to stay. Having purchased the eutire interest of
the late 111 in of 11. II. Williams &, Co., eompileiug the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever iu Honolulu; pi inelpnlly selected by II. II. William-, during lii late three
months' iit to the Coast, I now offer tliis stock and fuiiiie additions for
CASH at prices much le-s than Innelofoie charged.
t&r The undesigned In lesiiinliig his old place and business would respect
fully tender M grateful tlmnk- for tlio llbcial pattonnge of old friends of this
and neiglibotlug Islands, and hope-to inei it a continuance of their favors while
soliciting a share from new ft lends; and again offers his services iu
Moving: Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Mitting of Superior Quality Furnishod and Laid by Competent Men
VST PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES, -a
And he is sure to get
a good Negative, be
cause he uses the
M. A. SEED
KM Tori Hlreet, : : .
O A IJL
1 Trafiif) 5k ts"
lOO Fort Htii'et, - Itrewer Itlock.
FVIiluy, Huiiirtlfty unci Monthly, wo -vlll oll'or our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
BEGULAIt PRICE, 75;
8-Bulloji Sac (iloes, 7f)o., regular prico, $1.
ALL-SUJv TUB BON, CHEAP FOR GASH !
No. 2, 05c ; No. U.Jfio ; o. 5, 80o j No. 7, $1 ; No 0, $1.25 ;
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A movement is on foot
among- the retail store-keepers
to conduct their business on
the cash basis, and big in
ducements arc to be offered
AVc are 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 Fibe and Burglar
Proof Sate recently im
ported by us may be what
Upholstering & OnMing
: : : Honolulu. U. 1.
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