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Tlio tlmo HlHiinl for tlio port Is ulvcn nt 12h.
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tlmo. It la Rlvon by tlio gtcnm wliNtlo of tlio
Honolulu l'llllllllR Mill, u few (tools IlllOVe
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souiulinl courctly at Honolulu menu noon,
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1892.
Sluir Kluau from Maul and Hiiwiill
Stmr .fas .Makeo from Kami!
SttnrLlkellke from Ilnmnkttu
Stmr Kuala from Ltthalua
Scltr Sarah & Eliza from rfoolnu
Br S ti ZatnbeU, Edwards, for Yokohama
and Hongkong at 6 p in
Stmr Knaln for Klliiuea tit " p in
Scltr Ku Alol for l'lianilo tit 4 it m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, for San Fran
cisco Stmr J A Cummins for Kooluti
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kluati I2,l'.i:i bags ittpir, 111
sheep, 240 bags potatoes, 40 bags
corn, ii" pkgs hides, 150 pkgs sim
drlcB. Stmr Like Ike 8854 bags sugar.
Jjtmr Kaala 2143 bags Migtir.
Stmr James Mnkce 3300 bags sugar and
80 bags rice.
Stmr J A Cummins 1200 bags sugar.
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr Kl
nau, April 13 From Volcano: Mrs Cnpt
Tlios Clark, Wm Atild and wife. O Oliver
and wife, F P Tibbcts t ! II Elliott. Airs
A J Stevens, Mrs F A Wilder, .las Mc
Neil and wife. From way ports: Hon
K N Koaliau and wife. M Brash, K Wn
ktiinolo, A BLyousaml wife, FJohnon,
TR Mossman, O t-toceMe, L Asett, Jga
Mori, E Baskerville, .1 II Stellina:, Geo
Siindem'an', Alt You, C L Wight and lull
From Kapaa. per etntr .lames Makee,
April 13-GE Full-child, Mr Mititli and
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala. April
12 Mrs W II Ucvetill, 11 Gartins, Mr
Simpson, J Thompson. MrsKamukn, Mr
Haines. Mr Schreider, 4 .Chinese and
about 30 deck.
For Maui, per stmr Claudine, ' pril 12
Miss Helen Wilder, Miss Drown, Ij D
Hogue, J F Bowler and wife, Bro Lewis,
Dro Michel, II W Drydcn, C Ming Hyn
and about 80 deck.
The American bark O D Bryant, ('apt
.lacobsen, sailed for San Francisco with
a cargo of 27,08'J bags of sugar, weigh
ing 3.192.370 lbs, shipped in the follow
ing lots: 21C5 bags by II Hacklcld & Co,
820SbagsbyF A Schacfer & Co, 2100
bags by Theo II Davles & Co. 4700 bags
by Castle & Cooke, 10.510 hags by C
Brewer & Co. Domestic vaiue 883,
The American schooner Golden Shore
will be ready- for sea in a few dajs
Tlte dredger will not commence opera
tions until the wind changes.
Arrived April G, sloop Keaolani from
Kawaihae, steamer Kinaii, Clark, from
Honolulu; April 10, steamer Kilauca
Hon from Honolulu; April 12, steamer
Kinaii from llilo.
Sailed - April 4, American schooner
Mary Dodge, Gallop master, for San
Francisco, with C71(i bags sugar, 750,1 !lfl
lbs, value 23,950.00. Shippers: Huwi
Mill, 207 bags; T II Davits it Co, 4374
bags; IIuliiwn Plantation, 1011 hags, and
Aklna & Asett, III!) hags. Aptil (i, sloop
Keaolani for Kawaihae, steamer Kinaii,
Clark, for Hllo and way ports; Aptll
8, fechooner Eva. Mollo master, for San
Franclfco, with 7143 bags sugar, 700,378
lbs, value $22,147.78. Shippers: T II
Davics&Co, 5800 bags; Akima & Aseu,
1343 bags. Apiil 10, steamer Kilauca
Hon, for Hamakua; April 12, steamer
Kinau for Honolulu.
Arrived April 5, brig Liirlliiu, Capt
' Chas Matson, from San Francisco. Pass
age 12 days. Full cargo genet al mer
chandise. Sailed April 12, bark Harvester, Capt
Itoek, for San Francisco full cargo sugar,
Four-inasteil schooner Pmiiau that
lelt liilo Mttrch 4th, made passage to
Sun Francisco in 11 days.
The following will bo the order of
services at tlio Catholic Cathedral
this week :
High mass, 7 a. in. ; Washing the
Feet, 3 p. m. ; Portuguese Sermon,
0 p. ra. ; Native Sermon, 8 p. in.
Service, 10 a. in. ; Stations of the
Cross, 3 p. in. ; Stations of lltu
Cross (Port.), 0 p, in. ; English Ser
mon, 8 p. in.
High Mass, 7 a. in.
10 a. in. ; Rosary,
Sermon, Benediction, 3 p. in.
CHIEF STROW ILL.
Chief Eugineer Strow, of tho "S.
S. Kinau, was carried lo his residence
W,... , n,i .. Gtn.tr.linrf nun Hint. vis.
sel this' morning. He was struck
down with paralysis while the steam
er was eominir into the harbor. Mr.
Strow is an old and trusted employee
of tho Wilder Steamship Co., and has
held tho position of chief on tho Kinau-for
some time past. It is ear
nestly hoped by his. many friends
' that he will recover, '
I n,3 a, I a
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
ToMomtow will bo Holy Thursdny.
Tiik soulhorly wind is making peo
Pkoim.i: living on tlio Plains tiro
often disttitbed by gnu shots during
Diamond IIicad, !l p. m. Weather
linzy, wind light southwest ; whalers
Ilcrrintiin and Morniuid oil' port.
Wn.MAM liurseti, formerly of the
regular foico, is now on tin hpeoiitl
liolico foice. Ho linttlo the arrest of
Tiik new dretlger was to have been
taken out again to-day, but I he
weather was iinfavoiitble. The spud
has been repaired.
Wono Lung was adjudged bank
rupt by Judge Dole to-day, and .Satur
day unpointed for proof of claims anil
election of assignee.
OwiNti to tho number of eases on
the criminal calendar in the Police
Coin I the session was resumed at 1
o'clock this afternoon.
Notwithstanding the inclement
weather tho band played at Thomas
Square last evening and delighted the
inhabitants of a wide circle.
Tiik Hawaii baseball club have be
gun earnestly to practice for their
games in I ho currant season. Tho
Crescents will meet them on Satur
day. Tiik proceeds of the late entertain
ment given bv the Amateur Dramatic
Club netted $12.76. This will bu
given to the bttangers 1" rieitil so
ciety. Tiik exccutois' sale of furniture
and household ellccls will take place
at the rcsii'ence of the late Geo. Lu
cas, ICuktii riaee, to-morrow at 10
Tiik steamer Kinau which arrived
this morning brought eleven tourists
fiont the volcano. Besides htindrv ar
ticles her cargo consisted of 12,1!).'!
bags of sugar.
Hon. W. C. Wilder has had a mini
ature electric storage battery placed
in his buggy, thus furnishing lights
for tho lamps at night. The lights
It is a picnic to witness the foreign
jurors when they are being called on
a case in the Supremo Court. Tho
happiness displayed by those who are
left when n jury is impanelled is
The locomotive is again miming on.
tho Bcrotania. street railroad from tho
quarries to the dump at. Alapai street.
John Keilly is engineer. People driv
ing skittish horses should look out for
Thuksday 10:!10 a. in., the quar
terly business meeting of tho Ladies'
Society of the Central Union Chttreli.
AU7:Ii0 there will be a sociable with
literary exercises in tho ladies' parlors I
of the church.
Tin: steam roller was the means of
the rupturing of a water pipe on
Queon street to-day, which caused n
small deluge on that thoroughfare.
Water was bhut oil' this afternoon to
allow repair of the damage.
Thf Sons of St. Gcorgo now hold
their meetings in Pythian hall, Fort
street. They had :i largo attendance
Monday evening and, after the busi
ness sesMun, hold a social citcle in the
ante-room, mirth and song abound
ing. Elkvun people suspected of leprosy
were brought from Lahaimi on a re
cent trip of the steamer Wiiiinnnalo.
After examination by tho authoiities
they woro discharged, its not having
tho slightest symptom of the dread
Tin: W. C. T. U. have opened a
colli e room in Emma hall, open from
0 to 8 o'clock each afternoon (Sun
days excepted). They furnish ono
cup cofleo and two slices bread and
butter for livo cents, or two cups cof
fee and four slices for ten cents, ami
J. Ii. Loy, a peddler of griintors,
and Antone Keiimi, a ex-police offi
cer, weie arrested in the Anchor
Saloon yestetday, and at the Police
Station were oharged"vith alhay. In
tho Police Court they were found
gitillv and sentenced to pnv a line of
Tiik Hcv. Alox. Mackintosh will
hold a twonty-tniniito service of
prayer, praise mid meditation at 12
o'clock noon nt St. Andrew's Cathe
dral on Tuesday, Wednesday and
'Ihursday of this (Holy) week. Tho
services on Good Friday will bo tho
siiiuo as on Sunday.
JIoad Supervisor Uuiuinings' horse
hitched to a hrako wits tied in a yard I
this morning. A mitchiovotis boy
throw a stone and hit tho horse be
hind the ear. It broke away and
wrecked tho brake. Mr. Gummiugs
is making his lonnds to-day in a sad
dle on the same horse.
A ciknti.k.man the other dav drop
ped a (limn with a hole in it, in a
Tramways box. Tho driver saw tho
coin and told the gentleman to (hop
another ono. The latter refused un
less the first one was returned. Tho
bad dinio was refunded yesterday and
a good one was substituted.
Tin: Kamehameha Junior baseball
team and one from the U. S. F. S.
San Francisco mot on tho league
ground yesterday. Tho visitors, fared
badly at tho hands of tho collegians,
as at tho finis tho scout stood 8 to -1
in tho lattor's favor. The gitmo not
having been made public was wit
nursed by only a few.
! Mil. bUOItTItlDC.i:, editor Utlli pro
j Pfiutor of tlw i San Jose Mercury, who
visited tho islands hut year, is ol lur
ing iu competition to school teaelteio
a round hip ticket to Honolulu and
tho Volcano. In connection with
this prir-0 ho l.itoly printed an illtts
tuited article of several columns on
tho trin. For u copy of tho paper tho
Bullivun thanks Mr. E. W, Langley
I. of the Custom House; '
NOBLE ELECTION YALID,
SO DECLARED BY
Tho Ballot Would Havo Been Equally Legal
it Ocicrlptivo Wordt Wore
Tlio election of Nobles for the Isl
and of Oahti has this day been de
clared valid by a unanimous decision
of the full bench of tho Supreme
Court. Chief Justice Judd renders
the opinion, signed by himself and
Associate Justices Biekerton and
The grounds of protest of Capt.
John Ross, candidate, and others
were given in this paper at the initia
tion of the case, also when it pub
lished the full text of Judge Bicker
ton's decision against the protest
which was appealed from to the full
Coitit. Briefly, the grounds were
that the ballot used in the election
wu illegal because its descriptive
parts were not printed in Hawaiian.
The Court llnds "nothing in the
Constitution or the statute laws re
quiring that Acts passed by the
Legislature should be in both Ha
waiian and English, though the rules
of the Legislature have undoubtedly
required that this should be clone."
It then cites the early law relating to
the Civil Code, and the later one to
all statutes, declaring that, where
there is an irreconcilable difference
between the English and Hawaiian
versions, the English shall be held
binding. But the two versions con
stitute but one Act. There is no
dual legislation. The effort is always
made to have the two versions ex
actly coincide, and the legal pre
sumption is that they do.
After referring to the facts that
the English language is necessarily
largely in use, nit hough the Hawai
ian is the original language of this
people and country, and that the re
cords of our courts show pleadings
of all kinds in the Hawaiian language
received with as much approval as
those in the English, titc Court says
an aboriginal Hawaiian Minister of
the Interior, looking only at the Ha
waiian version of the law, might
order the descriptive words on the
ballots to be printed in the Hawaiian
language. No one could suy that
such a ballot would not comply with
"A forcible argument," says the
opinion, "could be made to the Leg
islature advocating an Act requiring
the printing of ballots in both Ian
guages, in order that tho needed in
formation be furnished to the voters
who 'understand Hawaiian or English.
But we do not find that the law on
the statute book diiects in what lan
guage the ballot shall be printed."
Tho Court temarks that its opinion
before the election only went to the
extent of saying that the insertion of
the Hawaiian version of a candidate's
name in addition to his foreign name
was not forbidden by the law.
The Court cannot find it proved
that there was a written request to
have Mr. Wtilerhouse's name in Ha
waiian put on tho ballot. "If the
request was orally .made there is no
evidence that non-compliance with
the request was by design or inten
tional fraud or discourtesy. Having
found that the omission to print de
scriptive words on the ballots in Ha
waiian did not vitiate them, the
omission of tho Hawaiian version of
a jandidate's name is equally harm
less. "We therefore afllnn the decision
appealed from and dismiss the peti
tion." A. S. Hartwell and C. W. Ashford
for petitioners; Attorney-General
Whiting and E. M. Hatch contra.
V. O. Smith .MllU-M mi lluuri'HNlon
mi tin- Jury.
In the case of Sam Gin, alias Aku
ku, charged with felonious assault,
the Court assigned W. O. Smith us
counsel for the defense, the prisoner
belli" destitute. After the liearint:
of evidence Mr. Smith made an able
address to Hie foreign jury, which
thrilled the hearts of all present.
The jury found defendaut not guilty
of tin! charge, but of intent to com- j
init an assault. Sentence will lie i
given to-morrow morning. Mr. Smith j
noted an exception to the verdict !
and made a motion for a new trial. I
The case of Alfred Parrott,
charged with heedless driving, was
heard before the following jury to- ,
day: J. A. Low, J. W. Hatlield, P. J
Opfergelt, J. Barnet, C. F. Wolfe, t
N. F. Burgess, W. L. Howard, Carl
Willing, P. O'Sullivan, C. J. McCar- i
thy, ti. H. Mahoucy and A. M. Mel-
Parrott ,was the car driver who ran j
over a Portuguese boy on Nuuanu
street, causiug some injury to his j
hands, The case was submitted with- !
out argument. Tho jury rendered a j
unanimous verdict of "not guilty
without leaving their scats.
An opium cuso is being heard this j
Ileno Pedro, tlio man who was
thrown from his horse iu a collision
J with a Chinese vegetable peddler,
died last night shortly after 12
I o'clock, al his house on Fort street.
j Ho had been removed from the
Queen's Hospital lo his home and
' was for a time thought to have a
chance of life. However, last night
ho took a sudden turn for the worse
which ended fatally. A report of
his death in this paper the day he
vu hurl was premature, .
A "PUNALUA" CASE.
I V HnliltuU Intruitir In n Trlrnle
HonKr Tried for I.nrrptiy.
Great interest was taken by not a
few In what in Hawniiau is termed a
"piinalua" case in the Folico Court
this morning. A Frenchman named
E. O. Bogard baB been a frequent
visitor at tho residence of J. II.
Black on Liliha street lately. Mr.
Black wa3 displeased at Mr. Bo
gard's calls, owing lo the fact that it
was always when he was absent at
work. Going home the other day
he met Bogard at his house in con
versation with his wife and ordered
him lo "take a walk," which he
promptly did. Mr. Black missed a
gold watch at the same time, and
after some search the watch was
located iu a Mr. Martin's possession.
Mr. Martin said the watch had been
sold him by Mr. Gomes, watch
maker and jeweler. The police ofll
cer making the enquiries called on
Mr. Gomes, who stated that the
watch had been pawned with him by
Bogard. Bogard was consequently
arrested shortly after noon yester
day on a warrant issued b3 J. II.
Black, charged with larceny of the
watch, which was valued at ?7.
At Bogard' s trial In the Police
Court he admitted pawning the watch
for a consideration of 81o, but stated
in addition that the watch was given
him by Mrs. Black on account of his
troubles due to these hard times.
Mrs. Black supported his evidence
and Bogard was discharged. His
Honor in releasing the prisoner said
that the facts of the case were not
creditable to him, but the charge of
larceny had not been proved. J. A.
Magoon appeared for defendant.
SAILOR ON THE RAMPACE.
He Nhutt'H u llrxlru to Anu.'x tlio
There was quite a commotion on
Nuiiunu street shortly after 0 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. A sailor from
the U. S. F. S. San Francisco named
B. Nelson and police olllcer Pilipo
were the chief performers. Nelson
had just come out of the Empire Sa
loon and was making rather noisy
demonstrations about annexing that
resort lo America. Police olllcer
Pilipo remonstrated with the sailor,
but was indignantly shoved away.
Consequently Pilipo got his official
wrath up and in the name of the Ha
waiian Government laid his hands ou
the obstreperous tar. "Uncle Sam's"
defender resented this'unceremoniotis
interference, and in the scuffle that
ensued the policeman's nose was cut,
with what he claims was a knife.
Fellow officers coming along the sai
lor was taken to the Police Station,
after considerable resistance on his
part, being landed there at 0:40
o'clock. Nelson awaits trial a on
charge of assault ami balteiy, while
Pilipo walks his limit vvilliaplnaturod
At one o'clock to-day a bobtail car
of the Nuuanu street line capsized
on Queen street a few yards below
Fort street. Happily thete were no
passengers aboard and the driver
escaped unhurt. The Road Board's
gang had cut away tho street close
up to the rails, leaving the track
somewhat shaky. There was a small
stone on the rail opposite the exca
vation, which threw the car over and
it fell square on its side. After af
fording relief lo the curiosity of the
crowd that had collected, the car was
gently raised and replaced on the
tails by tho road gang. A native boy
rang the gong joyously and all was
over excepting the Advertiser's grati
fication in the morning. The ear
step was bent but otherwise no dam
age seemed to have been done.
ACCIDENT TO MR. SMITHIES.
Mr. J. S. Smithies of Mahiikona,
Hawaii, met with an accident pre
vious to the steamer Email's leaving
that port. Pie had been to Kohala
and was on his way homo, when he
was thrown from his horse, the fall
causing a fracture in his left arm be
tween the elbow and shoulder. Mr.
Smithies suffered great pain from
the break, and will have to nurse
the injured member for two or three
months before he can use it again.
I The Bulletin can
only express its
sympathy with its old friend.
THE PLANTERS' MONTHLY.
The Planters' Monthly for April
has an article on "The Central Fac
tory System," rather against il for
this country. E. C. Crick has a long
letter on "Tho System of Sugar Boil
ing." T. H. Keyworth writes on
"Deterioration ol Cane," and J. M.
Horner on "Improvement of Cane
Seed." A. Siinler gives his experi
ence with ladybirds on his coffee
plantation. The selections in this
number are calculated to be helpful
to domestic agriculturists.
BETWEEN Pnnalioii and Richards
streets a Large Bunch of Keys.
Finder will please leave at this olllce.
DRAFT No. M7 of the Hawaiian
Agricultural Company dated Jan
uary 20, 1801, In favor of Jose do Souza
Vi'tianelo, for 924. All persons are cau
tioned against cashing the draft, pay
ment having been stopped. 3U-J Ut
QUARTERLY dividend U duo and
naviible to the stockholders of thu
Iiiter-lsiauu siuam ixuviganou uom
iuuv, t their olllce on THURSDAY,
Api'll U, 169-'.
1 V. H. McLEAN,
. f - . . IT . ".
Honolulu. Aurll 13, 1802.
The marriage of Mr. Diinond Dye
to Miss An. I. Lino took placo on Fri
day afternoon at tho Now Drug Store
Tho ceremony was performed by
Elder Berry tmdor a largo bell of
Garlic clusters. The witnescs were
Miss Beth Root, Mr. and Mrs. Alex.
Senna and Mr. and Mrs. Hur-Dock.
Tlio brido was attired iu n Mountain
Pink dress, mado of Silk-Weed and
trimmed with Balsam-Fir, Her hair
was dressed by Mrs. 8. A. Allen; her
hands woro incased in Fox-Gloves,
and she looked Bitter-Sweet. The
groom was clad in Indian-Hemp.
After partaking of several cups of
BonehOtTea and Extract-of-Meal sand
wiches the happy pair departed. Ar
riving at their Sassafras Hark they
took passage for Niihau. That both
may live to enjoy a period of Lite
Everlasting, is tho wish of their many
The following weddings will take
place in April at the New Drug Store :
Mr. Juniper Berry to Miss Cara
Old Cap. Sicuin to Miss Mag. Nesia.
Mr. Ben Zoin to Mtss Cari Ander.
Mr. Sal. Soda to Miss Bell 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 Ha.el, and others. The con
tracting parties will leceive their
friends every day from 0:I!0 a. m. to
8 P. .m. Light icfreshmcnts consisting
of Crushed Sttawberries and lee
Cream Soda will be served. No crab
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO..
Corner fort & IClnir r-ntreotH.
Published Every Thursday
AT 4 A YKAIt.
The Leading Chinese Paper of
33g?" Advertisements Inserted ut Low
Kates! Job Printing hi Chinese Neatly
Office, : : 5tt Xiiiiuim St.
For San Francisco.
Will sail for the above port ou o- about
AIMIIII. IB, 18l).
5 For Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD &. CO.,
801 .'it Agents
For San Francisco.
Tim I'Mnc UarlccntliM-
Will sail for tho above ports on or about
-rYlMtrX. IH, I 8!i.
SSf For Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
THE " STERLING
lias a Beautiful Double Dia
mond Frame! All Hall Hear
ings! Dust Proof and Oil Re
taining! Cushion Tyres! Cush
ion Forks! Cushion Seats!
PIIISUO ritlUKN !
taken to arrive foi the
CASTLE & COOKE.
LohU Strayed or Stolen.
LI'lTLE DOG with
vhlto throat, ans
wering to the iitiiuu of
"Romeo" has been lost.
A suitable toward will bo
given for Its return to this olllce.
rjMIE House uow occupied
; x by t. sinitii, ksu., on
Iterctaula street next to Mr.
Lose. Possession given on the 1st of
May next. For partleulais Inquire at
tho Custom Hnue,
304 tf Q. E. BOARDMAN.
Island Shells and Curios !
f IIOLESALE and retail, cheap for i
T T cash, at 101 J'ort street, between
Ehlers" dry goods
store and Frank
Uertz's sum) store.
LV you wunt a First-class Job of Paint
ing of any deseilption done, call on
the Practical Painter, J. L. MKV" only.
Fort street 130. P. O. Box 387. Mutual
Telephone fifii. Wl tf
Hiiami'ooinu and head-washing done
for ladies it their residence hy Miss
Wolf, wh-j can ho found at 73 Uere
tania blioci, or by Mutual Telephone
090, befoio 8 u. in, or after 5;3tJ p, m,
4 tf "
ADD ZEST TO IT
... r. rs I
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockets' Bank, Honolulu.
104 Kort totroec, Honolulu.
Special Vaiue in Ladies' Night Gowns!
See what we are now selling for SI. U0 and $1.25 1 The' are Well-innilc,
Good Cotton and Nieelv Trimmed !
OUR SKIRTS FOR oO CENTS ! CAN'T Bli BEAT I
LxiDIES' CORSET COYERS !
CONS'I ITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
IN lH.r.i) BY
C. K. WILLIAMS
'oraitiiff. Cabinet Makiiiff.
Unships In Honolulu aro still extant, and the husiness, its originator and
present proprietor here to i.tav. Having pttrehaed the entire iutcicst of
the late (Inn of II. H. Williams it Co., comprising the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; principally selected hy H. II. Williams during his Into throo
month?' visit to the Coa'-t, I now offer tills stock and future additions for
CASH at prices much le.s than heietofote charged.
er The undersigned In resuming his old place and biiiness would respect
fully tender hi grateful thanks for the liberal patronage of old friends of this
and neighboring Islands, and hopeb to ineiil a continuance of their favors while
soliciting a share from new friends; and again offers ills services In
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men
BST PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. a
And he is sure to gut
a good Negative, be
cause he uses tlio
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HOLLSSTER El CO.,
101) Kort Strct,
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100 Fort S fleet,
ItVWliiy, ""n.t.ui'ilny iwitl IMoiuluy, -wo -will ofl'er our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAR PRICE, 75 j
8-Duttnn Sao Gloves, 75o., regular price, $1.
ALL-SILK IUBBOX, CHEAP FOR CASH !
. No. 2, 05o: No. 3, 75o; No. 5,
No,, 12, ?140 j
A- badly cooked meal gives
about as much satisfaction as
jelly that don't jell. There's
no reason for yon to sit down
at your own table and eat
dyspepsia promoters, while we
sell the celebrated Fischer
Steel Raxge. Every arti
cle of food is thoroughly
cooked in less time than by
any other stove.
They save their cost in fuel
AND IN ALL SIXES !
& FORT STREETS,
FOR CONDUCTING THE
Cvholsteiw & Undcrtakiiur
AND BUYS HIS
Ilitnnlnlu. II. I.
6O9; No.7,$lj No. 0, $1.25 J
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