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Loavo Honolulu. ..0:15 8:4S 1
Arrive Honoullull.. 7:20 9:57 2
Uavo Honouliull..7:3o 10:4:1 8
Arrive Honolulu. ..8:35 11:55 4
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Leave Honolulu 5
Arrivo Poarl City 5
Leavo Pearl City.. G:00
Arrivo Honolulu.. .0:40
t Saturdays only.
TiilPR. Hun nmi Momi.
lit C. J. LYONS.
0 20 11 27
Full moon on Un:"iltli at "li. Mm. p. 111.
Tho tlino hlftiml for tin1 port In (riven at 121i.
0111. Oeec. (nildiilRliU or Greenwich tlmu or
Hi. 28111. :Hscc. p. 111. of Honolulu Observatory
. tlmu. It Is Riven by tbo steam whlstlo of tli
Honolulu rimiliig Mill, u few doom ubovo
tliu Custom ItoiiBO. The sumo whistle la
Houmled correctly ut Honolulu 11101111 noon.
ObHcrvatoiy muilillun.or lull. aim. 20300. of
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MONDAY, APRIL 11, 181)2.
Am Mis stmr Morning .Qtnr, Garland, 30
days from Kusiilu
Stmr Claudiuc from Maui
Stmr Mlkahala from Kauai
Htm i' Lclnia from Ilamakua
Am bktne W H Dimoud, Nelson, 17 days
from San Francisco
Schr Kawailani from Koolau
Schr Ka Moi from Ilamakua
Stmr Waimanalo for Maui and Molokai
lit 4 p m
Stmr C li Bishop for Waianae and Fuun-
liui ut U a m
Stmr Iwalaui foi Lihalna and Honokaa
at 2 p ni
Stmr Mokolil for Molokai at 5 p m
Stmr .las Makcc for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Kaala for Lahalna at 4 p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am bk C D Bryant, Jacobscn, for San
Ilk Matilda. Swauson, for San Francisco
Stmr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at
10 a in
Stmr Waialeule for Nawiliwill, Hana-
mauln, Kilauca and Hanalelat u p 111
StmrMikaiiala for Kauai at 5 p 111
Stmr Claudlnc for Maui at 5 p in
Stmr Leb.ua for Honomu at4 p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr (Jlaiidino 11,000 bags sugar, 207
bags taro, 136 bags corn, fit littles, 4
horses, 18 hoes, 130 nkrs sundries.
Stmr Mikalmla B588 bags sugar, 4
horses, 7 hides.
From Maui, per stmr Claudine, April
10 Mrs OB Makee and daughter, Mrs
McLaughlin and infant, Mrs Fiedunberg,
Mrs O M V Forster, Miss Voss, J F
Huuiburg, F Whittrock, H W Dryden, II
D Morton, wife and 2 children, II C
Meyers, O B Miles, J J Drumniond, Mee
Pong, Apa, Ah Fat.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikalmla, April
10 H II Garstlns, L II Stoltz, E Quinu,
C llulnes, Mr tiipa, A E 11 Swift, Mrs C
W Spitz, 4 Chinese and CO deck.
From South Sea, per stmr Morning
Star, April 10 Rev .1 W Walkup and 2
children, Mrs Colo aud son, Mr Bowker
and sou, Mr Alexander, Master Oliver
Tho American baikeutlne Planter will
leave the latter part of this week for San
The American bark S C Allen is 15
days out from San Francisco.
The Amciican schooners Robert
Lowers and II C Wright which left here
Saturday, are becalmed 11 few miles N.
K. of this Island.
THE ARIOH PICNIC.
The Arion picnic at Remond Grove
on Saturday evening, although not
overcrowded, was enjoyed by those
who were fortunate enough to lie
present. Tho bright moonlight added
greatly to tho enjoyment of the occa
sion. The first train left for the
scene of jollity at 7 o'clock, followed
by another an hour later. The man
agement was perfect, so that no
hitch occurred and everything wont
off smoothly. Daucing to the enliven
ing strains of a detachment of tho U.
S. Flagship Sun Francisco's band
commenced at 8 o'clock, and was
kept up witii a zest till a late hour.
Refreshments vrero in abundance
and gratuitously served. Tho com
mittee of arrangements was E, 11. F.
Wolters, C. W. Ziegler and D. W.
Roach. The last train left fpr home
at 12 o'clock midnight. Tbo picnic
was as usual a success.
Messrs. Cage & Slierman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism there
as follows: "The wife of Mr, Win.
Pruitt, tho Postmaster here, had beon
bed-ridden with rheumatism for sev
eral years. She could get nothing
to do her any good. We sold her a
liottlo of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and she was completely cured by its
use. We refer any one to her to
verify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers, Benson,
fjiuith & Co., Agents.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Thk two banks closed at noon to-day.
To-day has boon the wannest day
for sonic time.
Am. tho principal stores closed at 1
o'clock this afternoon.
Foiikion jurors uro required to bo
present in the Supremo Court tomorrow.
L. J. Lkvby will hold an assignee's
sale of merchandise! nt 10 o'clock to
morrow. Tun Y. M. Catholic Club aro pre-paring-an
entertainment to be given
in a month or so.
Tun Orescent and Hawaii ball
teams will play tho second game in
the series next Saturday.
Martkr Oliver, son of Prince Huniy
Nannie, of Ponnpc, was tho chief at
traction around town to-day.
Mihn N. von Okkioiitkn'b grand en
tertainment at tho Opera House will
take place a week fiom next Hater
day. Bishop Willis confirmed fourteen
pupils of St. Andrew's Priory yester
day evening at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral. Thk Government oflices closed at
10 o'clock this 111 nmi ill' nut. of rni.iu.ft.
to the lute Associate Justice Lawieneo
Tin: regular baud conceit at Eininii
Square this evening has been post
poned owing to the demise of Judge
Thk steamer Claudine which ar
rived yesterday morning from Muni
brought, besides other articles, 11,000
bags of sugar.
Diamond Hkad, 3 p. m. Weather
clear, wind light south; whalers
Emma F. llorriman and Mermaid
King oll'and 011.
Nkaiily livo hundred Japanese will
leavu on thu S. S. Zambesi duo tomor
row from Victoria and the Sound
ports, for thu Orient.
Tub halliards of the U. S. Consul's
Ilagstull", which curried away last
week, were replaced this afternoon by
men from the San Francisco.
Tin: Rev. Alex. Mackintosh will
hold a twenty-minute service of
prayer, praise and meditation at 12
o'clock noon at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral on Tuesday, Wednesday and
'lhursday of this (Holy) week. The
services on Good Friday will be the
same as on Sunday.
A new sloop, built in San Fran
cisco, by order of Sing Chong it Co.
arrived on the deck of thu burkentino
W. H.i Dimoud to-day. It is a fine
boat, about 1G tons register, and lias
been given the name "Kaiulaui" by
Hon. W. G. Irwin. Sing Chong &
Co. will use the sloop between this
port and Ewu in tho riee carrying
Special attention is called to the
auction eale to lake place on Wed
nesday next tit J. F. Morgan's sales
room, by order of H. Haekfeld & Co.
Among the list of goods to be sold is
a largo invoice of Manila cigars, in
boxes of 125, 50, 100 and 250 each, in
cluding the best brands of Manila ci
gars. These goods will be on view at
the salesroom to-morrow.
Sunday evening at 8:30 o'clock,
after tho services at Kawaialiuo
Church, a marriage ceremony took
place, tho Rev. H. H. Parker, pastor,
officiating. The contracting parlies
were Win. Brede and Mary Kealoha,
an ox-Kawaiahao Seminary pupil.
The Seminary pupils were picsent to
see their former schoolmate outer tho
bonds of matrimony. After the cere
mony thu couple retired to tho home
of the bride's parents on King street,
where a sumptuous hum was spread.
I'll meet vou at the Brunswick.
S. E. PiEiici: has two furnished cot
tages to let.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale. 3-tf
Thk Brunswick aio tho only Billiaid
Parlors in town. G-tf
Aftku shaving tiho Cue umber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith &. Co,, Agents.
Tub Hawaiian Hardware Co. have
a change of illustration in to-day's
SimnujtN rolioved at once by Cu
cumber Tunic. Benson, Smith ifc Co.,
Tho Postinastor-Genoral calls for
tenders for thu purchase of Hawaiian
Tub Pacific Iron Works Co. has 1111
advortihcmout of material for sale, aud
work to be done to order,
Castlb & Cooke advertise the
"Sterling" for sale at 'Frisco prices.
They will arrivo in time for tho races.
Suiti'itiHK your little ones with nn
Easter-Egg. They have somu littlo
beauties at tho Elite Ice Cream Par
F. IIokn, of tho Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and Bakery, will have
ready delicious hot cross buns on Fri
Dklicioub coiieo and chocolate will
bo borved every morning early at tho
Paluco Ico Cream Parlors, Ludwigseu,
it Cron, Hotel sheet, 1-tf
Gkt your oootu and shoes made
and repaired by thu old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Toknnikh, on East
Hotel street. First-clash work, low
Hku Majesty Qucon Liliuokalaui
has leeeived from Her Majesty Vic
toria, Quean of Groat Britain and
Empress of India, an acknowledg
ment of tho receipt of a letter of con
dolence, on tho death of tho Duke of
Clarence, Tho 1'riuco of Wales also
acknowledges the receipt of a like
document. Both letters are published
in the otlicial columns,
DEATH OF JUDGE M'CULLY.
An Areotuiilialiril .liu-tM l,ot to
An item in Saturday's issue of this
journal prepared the 'community for
hearing the worst, in the case of
lion. Lawrence McCully, First As
sociate Justice of tho Supreme
Court. Since he was laid aside early
this year by illness, public mention
of his condition was stopped by re
quest, as the judgu read thu papers
and, part of his trouble being nerv
ous, references to him were not likely
to do him any good. Honoris that
he was impioving were suddenly
chnnged the middle of last week to
the information that he was in a
sinking condition. Judge McCully
died nt 7 o'ciock Sunday morning at
his residence, Pawaa, in the 01st
year of his age. v-
Lawrence McCully was horn May
28, 1831, in New York City, from
whence his father removed liis family
two j'car3 later to Oswego, N. Y. lie
received his education at Courtlandt
Academy, Homer, N. Y., and Yale
College, graduating from college in
1852. After passing two years as a
school teacher in the Southern
Slates, Mr. McCully came to these
Islands in December, 1854, just
after the death of Kuuichumeha III.,
Bringing letters to Chief Justice Lee
aud Hon. C. R. Hisliop, Tie was sent
to llilo as Policu Justice. Before
two years lie resigned that ofllee and
wtnt into oiange growing in Ivoua,
where 200 trees planted by him are
now bearing, and near the last of Ins
hours he ate some of their fiuit.
While on the Island of Hawaii he
learned the Hawaiian language.
Coming to Honolulu in 1S5S,
Mr, McCully studied law in the
oliice of the late Chief Justice
Harris, and March 11, 1851), was
admitted to the liar. In 18G0
he was elected without any exertion
on bis own part as Representative
for Kohala, and the new House of
Representatives then sitting separ
ate fiom the Nobles elected him
as Speaker. Among hi colleagues
were J. I. Dowsett, II. A. Wide
mann, V. Knudscn and D. D. Bald
win. Judge McCully took the position
of interpreter to the Courts April 1,
18G2, and that of Clerk of the Su
preme Court Jan. 2, 1805, which he
held for live and a half years, when
he became Deputy Attorney-General.
This ofllee be held under four suc
cessive Attorney-Generals at the
salary of SI 00 a month. In 1870 he
visited the Centennial Exhibition
and before returning to the kingdom
took n course of law lectures at Har
vard. When he returned to his
adopled country he received tho com
mission from King Kalakuua of Sec
ond Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court, Mr. Harris being promoted
to be Chief Justice and Mr. Judd
to be First Associate. When Chief
Jtistieo Judd attained his present
position Mr. McCully was promoted
in due order to be First Assoeiale
Justice. Besides bis woik that re
mains for all time in Vols. :?, 1, 5, G
and 7 of Hawaiian Reports, the late
Judge left valuable records of ser
vice as Commissioner of Boundaries
and Compiler of the Statutes.
Judge McCully was a cultivated
scholar, an active and valued mem
ber of the Social Science Association.
He was a member of Central Union
Congregational Church, whose life
was thoroughly consistent wilh his
religious profession. With Ins wife
he made a tour through America and
Europe, leaving home April 21,
1891, aud returning December IS of
the same year. While in London he
acted as the accredited delegate of
the Hawaiian ISvangelical Associa
tion at the Ecumeuical Conference of
the Congregational Church. He was
cordially received and by lequest
addressed the conference. On his
return home be gave an account of
the gathering from the pulpit of
Central Union Church, holding the
intense interest of the congregation
as he told his story in graphic lan
guage without notes'.
Judge McCuIly's health began to
show signs of weakness in 18811, his
heart becoming atfected. Still he
had always been able to attend to his
ollicial aud social duties until after
his return from abroad last year.
He was attacked by influenza in
California, which robbed hi in of the
recuperative effects of his travels.
The January term of the Supreme
Court was allotted to his presidency,
but he had to give it up in two weeks
and retire to his house. Last Thins
day evening it was reported he was
dvmtr. and the end came Sundav
morning as above slated. His last '
hours were soothed by the attentions I
of his wife aud many friends, includ-
iug the Chief Justice and Mrs. Judd.
Judge McCully was married to !
Miss Eileu Harvey, at the residence
of Chief Justice Allon, May 20, !
180G. His widow has the sympathy t
of tho community in the loss of her
beloved partner of over a quarter of :
a century, who took a practical in
terest in her notable religious and 1
benevolent activities. The late Judge
is survived by a brothor, Rev. Chas.
G, McCully of Calais, Maine, and a
sister, Miss Anna McCully cf Tokio,
The funeral, a state one, takes
place from Central Union Church nt
2;!!0 this afternoon.
At a meeting of tho Bar held this
morning, at which twenty-three moul
ders were present, Messrs. Joua.
Austin, F. M. Hatch and W. O.
Smith were appointed a committee to
1 prepare resolutions upon4the death
of Judge McCully, to bo presented
before the Supreme Court, at 10 a.
'THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
L columns of interesting reading
matters. Mailed to foreign countries,
46; IslautU 44,
Another .Mclit In llonulc Neotlund
VIhwh in thu l.owlnndH.
Another large gathering attended
the second optieol exhibition given by
the Scottish Thistle .Club In Kawaia
hao Church Saturdny evening.
Messrs. Ashford and Hedemann of
the Hawaiian Camera Club again
operated the lantern and did so with
skill. Mr. J. Lightfoot was the lec
turer, giving a biief description of
each picture, with historical points.
The show began with a line view
of Kdinbuigh, looking along Princess
street, one of the finest streets in
Europe, llolyrood castle and many
other castles were shown. Melrose
and other abbeys, in various states
of picservation, were much admired.
Ayr and the house where Burns was
born had additional interest lent
Iheni, from the fact that Ayr was tho
birthplace of the late It. C. Wyllie,
an able Attorney-General of the
Kingdom. The exterior and interior
of Abbotlsford, Sir Walter Scott's
scat, monuments of Scott and Burns
in various places, and the Forth
bridge were in the list. Nearly
every picture was applauded. Rural
scenes, waterfalls, ancient bridges,
churches and churchyards were
equall admired with the town
Prof. Schmidt made the intermis
sion pleasant with sweet and plaiu
livu airs on the zither. In the second
part were shown many seacoast
views, day and night lighthouses,
storms, moonlight aud cloud effects,
etc. They strikingly illustrated the
modern achievements of the camera,
since the days not long past when the
likeness taker did not want his cus
tomers to come on cloudy dajs.
Ilawarden Castle, the home of Mr.
Gladstone with its great trees, was
the farewell scene.
'KAMS" LEAD OFF.
ThtV H'rrHl tlio KIi-hI I.eniiiK' (muu
or 1H: from the lluuolulim.
The opening game of basball this
"casou between the Kumchameha and
Honolulu teams was witnessed 1)3' a
large concourse of people. It was
very pleasing to the members of the
league to see that their efforts to pro
mote out-door health-giving amuse
ment is being appreciated. Game
was called promptly at 3:'J0 o'clock,
umpires W. E. Wall and Clarence
L. Crabbc. The Kamchamcha team
won the toss and took the field, Ho
nolulu to the bat. Some fine playing
was done by the colleciaus and the
last season champions were retired
without 11 single circuit. In the sec
ond inning, however, Honolulu made
six runs, chiefly through their oppo
nents getting rattled. The Honolulu
team duplicated this extraordinary
display of nerve fever in the second
half of the fourtli inning, thus giving
Kamchamcha the lead which it lost
in the succeeding inning. In the
sixth inning S. Mahuka, thu star first
baseman of the league, sent the
sphere whirling through space, stole
second and through sacrifice hits cov
ered the plate, thereby tying the
score. Baker, in the second half of
the eighth inning, struck out for a
two base bit, sending the leather in
rear of the centre field. He came
home during the excitement caused
by a runner who created a furore in
the ranks of the favorites by lively
dodging. Another runner crossing
the plate put the Karas two runs
ahead. They kept the Honolulus
down so that at the end the game
stood 11 to 'J in favor of the Kame
banieha, with an inning to spare.
The game was not lacking in some
brilliant plays. One feature was ev
ident, the Honolulu team's insufll
cient practice, while their opponents
showed just the opposite. The bat
teries weie Chan. Wilder and W.
Lucas for the Honolulu, and Baker
and Mebeula for the Kaiuehameha.
The first game of the season is
pretty generally a poor criterion to
go by, and the prospects are the
town boys will give the Kalihi boys a
hard rub next time. The umpiring
was satisfactory, although there were
many close decisions.
"I have-JiiBt recovered from a sec
ond attack of the grip this year,"
says Mr. Jas. O. Jones, publisher of
the Leader, Mexia, Texas. "In the
latter case I used Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy, and I think with
considerable success, only being in
bed a little over two days, against
ten days for the first attack. The
second attack I am satisfied would
have been equally as bad as the first
but for the use of this remedy, as I
had to go to bed in about six hours
after being 'struck' with it, while in
the first caso I was able to attend to
busiucHe about two days before get
ting 'down.' " 50 cunt bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co,, Agents,
BICYCLE NOTICE I
THE " STERLING "
Has a Beautiful Double Dia
mond Frame! All Ball Bear
ings! Dust Proof aud Oil Re
taining! Cushion Tyres! Cush
ion Forks! Cushion Seats!
FllINCO ritlOEH !
Bo? Orders taken to arrive foi the
CASTLE & COOKE.
A WO Furnished Cottages,
two 100ms In each. Rout
I, Apply to
S. K. PIERCE,
Cor. Fort & Merchant sts.
PHE BULLETIN Is the leading
1 dally paper of tuu Kingdom, ut
cents per mouth,
The marriage of Mr. Dimoud Dye
to Miss An. I. Lino took place on Fri
day aftornoon at the Now Drug Store.
Tho ceremony was performed by
Elder Berry under a largo bell of
Garlic clusters. Tho witnesses wero
Miss Beth Root, Mr.
Senna aud Mr. and
Tho bride was attired
Pink dress, made of
in a Mountain
trimmed with Balsam-Fir,
was tliessed by Mrs. S. A,
(Vllen : her
hands wero incased in Fox-Gloves,
and she looked Bitter-Sweol. The
groom was clad in Indian-Hemp.
After partaking of several cups of
BonesctTea and Extracl-of-Meat sand
wiches the happy pair departed. Ar
riving at their Sassafras Bark they
look passage for Niihau. That both
may livo to enjoy a period of Life
Everlasting, is the wish of their many
Tho following weddings will take
place in April at tho New Drug Store
Mr. Juniper Berry to Miss Cara
Old Cap. Sicum to Miss Mag. Nesia.
Mr. Ben Zoin to Miss Cari Andor.
Mr. Sal. Soda to Miss Boll A.
Lot 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 others. Tho con
tracting parties will leceive their
friends every day from GjltO a. m. to
8 p.m. Light refreshments consisting
of Crushed Strawberries and Ice
Cream Soda will bo served. No crab
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Port Jfc Jtlnir wiriijt.
JUNE 11, 1892.
1st RACE BICYCLE RACE.
1-Mile Dash. Free for all.
2d RACE "QUEEN LIL1UOKA
Running Race, j-Milu Dash. Free
3d RACE "LUNAMAKAAINANA
Trotting and Pacing for Ha
waiian Bred Horses to Harness.
Mile Heats; best 2 in 3.
1th RACE "GOVERNOR'S CUP."
Running Race. J -Mile Dash for
Hawaiian Bred Horses.
5th RACE "KALAKAUA CUP."
Running Race. Mile Dash. Ha
waiian Bred Horses owned by
members of the Club.
Gth RACE FUTURITY
Running Race, ?-Mile Dabh.
2-year-old, Hawaiian Bred.
7th RACE-"HONOLULU PLATE."
Trotting and Pacing to Harness,
tor all Horses not having a record
of 3 Minutes or bptter. Mile
Heats; best 2 in 3.
8th RACE-"ROSITA CHALLENGE
Running Race. 1-Mile Dash. Win
ner to beat record of "Angie A."
1.45$. Freo for all.
i)th RACE WAIMAN ALO PLATE.
Running Race, -Mile Heats,
Best 2 in 3. Hawaiian Bred Hor
ses, 10th RACE KAPIOLANI PARK
Trotting and Pacing to Harness.
Mile Heats; best 3 in 5. Free for
1 lth RACE " KAMKHAMKHA
12th RACE "PRESIDENT CUP."
Free for all,
18th RACE JOCKEY
Sweepstakes $20, Trotting and
Pacing to Harness. Mile Heats;
best 2 in 3, Horses to be driven
by Members of the Club.
14th RACE "OCEANIC S. S. CO.
15th RACE PONY RACE.
Running Ruco, 1-Mile Dash. Ha
waiian Bred, for Ponies 1-1 bauds
and under. Catch-weight.
10th RACE MULE RACE.
Running Race, 1-Mile Dash. Ha
waiian Bred. Catch-weight.
Hawaiian Jockey Club,
891 td The Oqmmutuc,
ADD ZEST TO IT !
1V IST 0, .-rt'
1 ?"A A ??
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreekels' Bank, Honolulu.
104 Fort btreec, Honolulu.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear !
tor ()l'R OWN MAKE -a
Special Value in Ladies' Night Gowns!
See what we are now selling for Sl.oO and SI. 25 I They aro Well-made,
Good Cotton and Nicclv Trimmed 1
Ladies' White Skirts !
OUR SKIRTS FOR .'.() CENTS ! CAN"!' BE BEAT !
LADIES' CORSET COYERS !
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES !
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN I8.V.I BY ('. E ILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
''iiniiliii'i1, Gabinct Milking
BukIiuss in Honolulu aie '-till extant, and the business, its originator and
pioaent propiletor here to Ma . Having purchased tho entire interest of
the iate firm of II. 11. Williams & Co., comprising the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; principally .-elected by II. II. Williams during bis late three
month-' visit to thu Coast, 1 now offer this stock and future additions for
CASH at pi Ices much lees than heietofore chaiged.
BSr" The iiiideislgued in le-uinini; hi- old place and business would respect
fully tender his grateful thanks for the libcial patronage of old friends of this
and neighboring Islands, aud hopes to mei it a continuance of their favors while
soliciting a sliaru from new friends; and again offers his services In
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
B) Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by 'Competent Men
nor PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES, "a
And ho is sure to get
a good Negative, bo
cause ho uses the
M. A. SEED
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101) Fori Mtiwt.
CASH W T O R B !
E G-AJLV & GU3STN
IOO Fort .Street, - Itrcwor Itlocli.
Wittily, .Suturttiiy unci Moiitht ', avc vlll oll'er oui-
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAR PRICE, 75 j
8-Button Sac Gloves, 75c, tegular price, if I.
ALL-SILK RlBtiO, CHEAP FOR CAStl !
No.2, 65c; No.3, 75o, No. 5, 6O0; No.7,$l; No.9,1.25;
No, 12,1.10) No. 16, $1.76.
. A badly cookud mual gives
jibotif as much satisfaction as
jolly lhab don't jell. There's
no reason for you to sit down
at your own table and eat
dyspepsht promoters, while we
sell the celebrated Fischer
Steel Range. Every arti
cle of food is thoroughly
cooked in less time than by
any other stove.
They save their cost in fuel
Cpliolstering i Undertaking
AND BUVS HIS
: : : Honolulu. II. I.
JW DEVELOPER '
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