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A.M. A.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. ..0:1B St-lfi 1:45
Arrlvo Honoullull.. 7:20 l)!f7 2:57
Loa've Honoullull..7:30 10:48 AM
Arrlvo Honolulu. ..8:35 11:55 4:55
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Leave Honolulu ?. . 5:20
Arrive Pearl City 5:58
Loave Pearl City.. 0:00
Arrlvo Honolulu... 0:40
t Saturdays only.
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p.m. ii.iu. p.m. ii.ni.
Mou. 18 8 4.1 8 00 I 10 4 00 B 38 0 20 ...
Tuca. 1 n 40 8 .10 1 30 4 30 .1 33 0 21 0 21
Woil. 20 10 30 1100 2 20 irso B 37 0 21 111
Thlll-S. 21 11 32 11 00 2 f)0 7 00 ft 30 0 21 2 01
Fl'i. 22 .... 1130 4 00 7 30 ft 35 0 22 2 47
u. in. p.m.
But. 2.1 0 Ml 1 30 0 00 ft 20 ft 31 0 22 3 20
aim. 24 2 (K) 2 30 7 301 8 f0 ft 3t 0 23 4 at
Lust quiii tor of tlio moon on tlio Wtli nt ill.
29m. p. m.
Tlio tlmo signal for tlio port Is olvon nt 121i.
um, Osco. (mldiilulitl of Ureonwlcli time or
Hi. 28m. iHsou. p. in. of Honolulu Observatory
time. It is rIncii by tlio stonm wliletlu of tlio
Honolulu l'luiilng Mill, u few tloois nbovo
tlio Custom House. Tlio sumo wlilstlo Is
sounded correctly nt Honolulu menu noon.
Observatory inoildliui, or lOli. 31m. 26scu. of
a- li or.
MONDAY, APRIL 18, 1892.
Stmr Wnialcnle from Wulnnae
Stuir Claudiiie fiom Maul
Stmr Mikahala from Ka-uii
Stmr .las Makce from Kauai
Suhr Kauikuaoullfrom Kohala
Br ship Ucniuoic, Jenkins, from Liver
pool Suhr Luka from Kohala
Schr Millc Morris from Koolim
Schr Ualcakala from Koua
Stmr C It Bishop for Walanao aud Puua-
litu at 0 a m
Stmr Kilauca IIou for Kukaiau and Oo
kala at 3 p m
Stmr Waimaualo for Mam and Molokal
at 4 p m
Stmr Pele for Makawell at 10 a in
Stmr Mokolii for Molokal at C p in
Stmr Hawaii foi llamakua at 5'p in
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am bktuc Planter, Dow, for San Piau-
Am bktuo W II Dimond, Nelson.
San b ranciseo
Bk Albert, Winding, for Pan Francisco
Stmr .fas Makee for Kauai at 4 p m
StmrMikahala for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Claudiuc for Maui ate p m
Stmr Kaala for Hauniuaulu aud Wailna
at 5 p in
Stmr Waialeale for Kilauea aud iluiialei
at 4 p m
Schr Luka for Kohala
Schr Kauikeaouli for Kohala
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mikahala 5355 bags sugar, 40
green hides, 43 bags pla and 30 bags
Stmr Claudine 10,778 bags sugar, 245
bags taro. 35 bags corn, 40 bags pea
nuts, 10 bags potatoes, 11 horses aud
114 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Iwalaul 5301 bags sugar and 17
Stmr Walaleulo 3300 bags sugar, 4J
gteeu hides, 12 tins tallow and 20
Stmr Jus Slakee 2820 bags sugar, 000
bags paddy, 120 bags rice aud 23
Stmr Lehua 2400 bags sugar.
Stmr J A Cummins 1200 bags sugar.
Schr Kauikeaouli 1000 bags f ugar.
Schr Luka 1000 bags sugar.
From Maui per stmr Claudine, April
17 J H Bliss, It D Walbridge, .Miss
WIddilleld, Miss Comwell, Miss, ANott,
Mrs McGowau, P Peck, W 11 ilalstead,
C B Wells, W A McKay, C 1$ Makce, W
II Comwell, II G Tread way, C Ming
llym, S Ktilama, J Kahuna, A F Tava
res, Mrs J II S Kaleo, Itev Joscpa and
wife, and 57 deck.
From Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Apill
17- J K Burkett and wife, W T Lucas,
Mrs Evans, W II Kico, Jr, Mrs II Isen
berg, Masters A auU O Idee, O Bosse, T
Boisselier, K S G Jcrduuu, Mrs II Keo
len, W Wheeler, C Miller and 38 deck.
From llamakua per stmr Iwalani,
April 1C Mrs W Hlllckard, F A Scbae
Iisr, M Melnerny and C Williams.
From Molokal and Lanai per stmr Mo
kolii, April 10 I) McCorriston, Mrs II
Gibson and 2 daughteis, 11 Gibson, Jr,
and 10 deck.
From Kapaa per stmr Jus Mnkee, Apr
17 T U Schmidt and 8 deck.
For Walanae per stinr O It Bishop,
A pi 11 18 Miss E Prow and 10 deck.
The steamer Mikahala which airivcd
from Kauai yesterday reports Hue wea
ther on her louto.
A ship 20 miles noitheast was sighted
this afternoon She is pioved to bo
the British ship Bemnore, 122 days out
from Liverpool for ibis port. She is con
signed to 'T II Davles & Co,
The Paul Iseuberg was recelvliig sugar
from the Lehuu this morning.
The steamer Pele took some heavy
machinery for Makawell this morning.
Tim sloop Kaiulani had her rigging
set up and her sails bent this morning.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Uund
will give n public concert at
Emma Square this evening, com
mencing at 4 :30 o'clock. Following
is the program :
Maicli-Tho Baud Is Coining Schlld
Ovenuic Bandit Tiicks Suppe
Cornet Polka The Palace-Bugler..
Selection Maritaua Wallace
Hone Ae Met Wal Mapuna. Ahea Oe.
Medley Tlio Cluisty Minstrels.. Itiviere
Fantasia On the Millbtioain..Ellenbcrg
Walu 1001 Nights , Struiibs
Galop Fiom House to House..... Fautit
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.'
Thk band will play nt Emma Squaro
TuM IJULLLTIN lead a ; tlio Advertiser
plays second fiddle.
Diamond Hi:ai, 3 p. in. Weather
hazy; wind, light south-west.
Thk Sons of St. George will givo
thoir wives and families a "tinio" next
A NOMHKit "oF cyclists tried thoir
innchiucB on tlio rnco track at Ivapio
lani Park yesterday.
II. J. Noltk, of tlio Honvor Saloon,
will receive fresh oyslersliy the S. S.
Thkhe will bo ii band concert nt the
Hotel to-morrow averting, followed by
a dance in the now lanai.
Tin: S. S. Australia, with Into news
from tliu Coast, will bo along blight
and early to-morrow morning.
The Supiemo Court will bo pic
pared to hear foieign jury civil cubes
to-morrow. Both juries are called for
Tm:ttK will be a, special meeting of
the Myrtle Boat Club at tlio hoathouse
this ovening. A full attendance of
members is tcqucsted.
The Biiliuh ship Benmore, Captain
Jenkins, arrived off port from Livei
pool this afternoon. She has on board
the new yacht belonging to'.Iudgo
Dolo and others.
TuftiiE will be a special meeting of
the Woman's Board in Central Union
Church parlor at 2:150 to-morrow, to
transact important business and hoar
extracts from journal.
The body of a partly developed
female infant was found in the harbor
yesterday. It was in Uhinese wrap
pings. There is no clue to the person
who placed it in the water.
'Accuracy" might have added to
the list of Advei titer intelligence its
refusal to recognize the Road Super
visor of Honolulu who has been per
forming his duties over two months.
Thk ball game m'xt Saturday will
be between the Kamchamchu and
Crcbcent teams. Look out for a great
game. The Crescents intend to stay
with the ex-clumpions till the finish.
The new sloop Kaiulani was tried
this afternoon. She skimmed out the
passage like a thing of life. Sing
Chong & Co. are well pioud of their
new craft, which will be used between
hero and Ewa.
Hons. It. D. Walbridge and W. II.
Comwell of Maui came down on the
Claudine yesterday. The Duke of
Wuikapu brought his racing stock
down with him. to train them for the
lN,the bankruptcy of Wong Lung,
Hamoa, Maui, before Judge Dole to
day, proof of claims was heard, threo
creditors presenting such. The claims
amounted to $5901.50, and J. F.
Hackfeld was appointed assignee
under $3000 bond.
Tun funeral of James HarriB, the
self-murderer, took place on Saturday
afternoon at 5:30 o'clock, from the
residence, Fort street. The body was
interred in the Nuu.inu Cemetery,
hymns being sung at the house and
grave by the Kuwaiuhao Church choir.
Mil. II. G. Troadway of Wailuku,
whoso illnebs for 6over.il weeks has
been a topic of our Maui correspond
ence, came to town yesterday for a
change of air. Harry's many friends
are all glad to see him so far recover
ed .and hope he will boon be icstored
to his wonted health and strength.
tiiolil J1m1I i'roHpnt.'il liy I'rcHlili'iit
HarrlHon to Cniit. Frecmim.
Captain W. M. Freeman of the
steamer Iwalani, late master of the
steamer W. G. Hall, was to-day the
recipient of ji gold medal presented
to him by thePresident of the United
States, in recognition of his services
in rescuing the olllccrs and crow of
the American whaling bark John P.
West, which was destroyed by fire on
the fifth of January, off Diamond
The medal is of solid gold with an
oblong gold clasp bearing a shield
and the motto "E Pluribus Unum."
On the face of the medal is the fol
lowing inscription, "Presented by
the President of the United States to
Captain William Fieeman, muster of
the Hawaiian steamer W. G. Hull, in
recognition of his heroic conduct i
and humane services in rescuing the
crew ol the American
bark John P
West on January 5,
The reverse of the medal is a fe- '
male head in medallion encircled by
the word3, "From the President of '
the United States."
The medal was handed to Captain
Freeman by the Minister of Foreign
Affairs, who received it from His
Excellency the Minister Plenipo-
tcnliary of the United States here. !
SUPREME COURT. j
Several cases have been heard in i
the Supreme Co nil before Judge
Hlokerton and u foreign Juiy to-day.
l'acltee, Ah Sou and Ah Fat, us- I
sault and battery. Deputy Attorney-
General Ureigliton made a motion to '
dismiss the appeal on the giound !
that It was not perfected as icquired ,
by law. Argued ami submitted.
In the case of Iriye Tukutaio and
Skino, larceny in the -Uli degreo. '
Appeal from the Police Court of
Ewa. Found guilty and sentenced
to pay 810 fine each and be impris
oned ut hard labor for 18 hours,
Ah Ping and Ah Ilipg. P. Neu
inunu withdrew as counsel. Tried
and convicted. Court sentenced them
to ninety days' imprisonment nt hard
A pakapio case against two China
men is being hcuid this afternoon.
This is the ease in which Captain
Parker, assisted by a hoy, made the
Discovery of a Most
Mutilated Corpse of u Cliitm-
liism Found Flouting
in the Harbor.
On Sunday tnoiulng the steamer
Wuinleule stirred up the mangled
hotly of a Chinaman near the U.
S. is. Co.'s dock. The steaiuur was
moving into the wharf working lior
propeller. The body was first seen
by the ship's people, and the sight
ot the battered corpse was the cause
of some of the men's going without
dinner and supper.
The body was fished out and laid
on the dock. Almost simultaneous
with the (hiding of the body, a bun
dle Honied from under the wharf.
On being opened it was found to con
lain a straw mattrass, pillow and
blankets, all saturated wiUi blood.
A lump of coal was found amongst
The corpse was examined when it
was clearly seen to bo the product of
a foul murder. Several wounds on
the head and face, siipposetl to hac
been made by some sharp instrument,
presumably an axe, were found. The
face was battered and mutilated al
most beyond recognition. The dead
body was removed to the Police Sta
tion. Although several Chinamen
were called to identify the man, none
of them could afford the slightest
One Chinaman cuuie to the Police
Station yesterday and atter viewing
the body said heiecoguized the man,
but after leaving the Station and
going to the house of his dead ftiend,
he met him alive and kicking. This
morning tlio mystery was still un
solved. It is presumed that the vic
tim of the horrible ci imc is a stranger
here and came from either Hawaii or
Maui. A photogiaph of the body
was taken this morning, utter which
the funeral took place. The body
was intened at Makiki Cemetery,
unknown and unmourned. An in-,
quest will be held this afternoon
KUM WUN SENTENCED.
4ttM Oiii Voui- Ai'.ill'il tit Jtln IMir-
Kiim Wun, alias Ah Mon, was tried
in the Police Court this morning on a
charge of "assault with u weapon ob
viously and liniimicntpj dangerous to
life, to wit. a pistol, on Ah Sai, nt
Waialau, on April 15th." Ah Sai,
who is employed as u servant by
Hon Paul H. Iseuberg, testified that
he had spied Kutn Wun running in
the hushes, and thinking he was the
"thief who had been stealing lice, veg
etables and watermelons from tlio
ranch, gatfc chae. When he had
gained on him, however, the Hying
man turned at bay and piescnted a
revolver, ;it the same time warning
Ah Sai. ' The latter took no heed of
the threat but jumped on him. They
grappled with each other until assist
ance came and Kuin Wun was lecog
nizi'd as the escaped convict. His
Honor found the prisoner guilty of
the charge and sentenced him to one
year's imprisonment at haul labor
and to pay a Hue of 81, the sentence
to take effect at the expiration of any
other sentence under which he is in
custody. The charge of escaping
from prison was nol pros'd.
Tlll'i'O C'llllK'HC MllH'I'U ll DM (llC
This morning the cabin boy of the
bark Albert reported to Capt. Wind
ing that the cook had been bribed to
stow away three Chinamen on that
vessel. Consequently the cook, n
Chinauyui, was called, but failed to
put in an appeal ance. A scuich was
then made for the stowaways but
proved unsuccessful. Repot t was
, ,mdu al B Pdi' station, when
Special Oilleer Larseu was de
tailed for the search. He went
through the vessel and succeeded in
finding the three Chinamen in the
hold under the dunnage. They were j
token to the Police Station. Police
Captain Ed. Hopkins is conducting j
an examination of the Chinamen.
Tho fact that they wet e caught stowed
away on u vessel which wns to leave
to-morrow, so soon after the ghastly
llnd of a murdered country man, is I
rather suspicious. Olllccrs Hopkins j
and Laren are trying to unravel the
mystery of yesterday. The cook of i
the Albeit is still missing, ;
ARRESTED OH SUSPICION.
A native lad was arrested this
afternoon on suspicion, on u com
plaint made by Captain Cheney of
the steamer Mikahala, that on the
Inst three trips of the steamer he had
missed some money from his loom.
To-day the lad was seen in the roojn
again and when usked what he wns
doing, there he could uot give any
satisfactory answer. The lad is
meditating on his position in the
For IWouldingH, FramoH,
i lastfls, ArlotypoH, Flioto-
gruvitruH, KlcliingH and
everything in tlio line, ol'
pictures, go to King Bron.,
Flint All One Wny. TlicnAll T'other
There was a largo attendance at
the League grounds on Saturday to
witness the second game this season,
it being between the Hawaii and
Crescent teams. This was the Cres
cent's debut in the Senior League.
The "kids" appeared in fine form
and appearance, being neatly attired
in uniforms of blue and white. The
game was a good one up to the sev
enth inning when Geo. Angus, pitch
er of the Crescents, weakened, allow
ing their opponents to pile up ten
runs. Previous to the seventh the
boys had It almost nil their own way,
being three runs ahead at the time.
One feature of the game was the
brilliant Holding of the Crescent
team. Percy Lisliman played nicely
while Johnny Soper accepted all the
halls aimed at him admirably. Wil
lie Wilder at second base was a
little strange to the position, but re
deemed himself at the bat for two
l unsout o,f four. Chris. Willis as
catcher wns at home. Geo. Angus is
a good twirler, but, as yet, has not the
sand for a lung race. lie can keep
thejbest nine down in live innings,
when his arm gives away. Lionel
Hart, shoitstop, relieved Angus in
the eighth inning.
The Hawaii battery, Palmer Woods
aud Kamakauahoa (little Dan),
played a fair game, although with a
little more practice Palmer may be
able to put the ball over the plate
when -'lie desires to. In fact the
whole team needs more practice.
Their base-running was reckless, they
making bases sometimes by pure
luck, and causing some very close
decisions to be given by the umpires.
The Hawaiis, however, "got there,"
winning by two runs. The following
is the ofllcial score:
NAMl'.S. All. II. Itll O. A. E.
Keohokalolo, M.. 2b.. 2 2 0 14 0
Mnliuillu, S., lb 5 1 0 9 0 2
Thompson, J., s.s,.. . 5 12 4 12
Kamakauahoa, D.,c. 411511
Jiosa, G..r.f r 2 1 2 1 1
Stannous, J..3b 4 2 112 0
Lawelawe, l.f 5 2 2 10 0
Kalauiauaole, e.f . ...421401
Woods, P., p 4 110 2 1
Total 8 14 0 27 11 8
ail u mi. o. a. i:.
Willis, C e 6 2
Usliiniin, 1, 3b 0 1
Hart, L.. s.s (! 1
Wilder, W.,2b 4 2
Woods, F., c.f 0 0
Sopor, ,1., lb 1 1
Angus, G..p 2 2
Holt, U, l.f 5 2
Giube, J., r.f :l 1
Total U 12 II 24 15 10
.Score by innings
Crescents 2 2 10 0 2 0 0 512
Hawaiis 0 3 0 0 0 1 10 0 -14
Summaiiy.-Earned Kuus Hawaiis,
I 1; Crescents. U. Two Bae Hits Thomp-
'.on. ijoublu I'lay Hosa anil ijoper
Hii'-i'S on Balls Woods, 7; Angus. 2;
Hit by Pitched Balls Migus, 3. Struck
Out -Woods, 5; Angus, 2. Wild Pitches
Woods., 1; Angus, 3. Pasted Bulls--Kamakauahoa,
1 ; Willis, 2. Pulpites
Orabbe aud Wall.
von at the
C. J. McCarthy lmw lots on Liliha
sttci't for Mile. !-tf
A si'KoiAL meeting of the Fire
Police will be held this evening.
AKThit Mt.niug lite Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Bt'iiMin, Smith & Co., Aguufo.
htiNUUitN relieved at once by Cu
t'limlier Tonic. Bont-on, Smith A Co.,
A Newfoundland pup belonging to
E. D. Tetiney has been lost and a re
wind is offered for its return.
Dixicious I'oii'ee and rhorohitu will
bo i-oi veil every uiwiuiug early at the
Palace Ice Cieatn Pailotb, l.iidwigsun,
A Onin. Hotel Mreet. 1-tf
Tub spire climber in the Hawaiian
llardwnro Company's illutitrution is
gelling to the top, and an appropriate
lesson is drawn from his daring.
Mahhiial Wilson oilers 500 for tho
detection aud conviction of the mur
derer or murderers of the Chinaman
whosu body was found in the harbor.
(kt your iioots and tdincs made
aud repaired by thu'old Wailuku
nhocmakcr, L. Tounniuh, on East
Hotel stieet. Kiisl-class wink, low
for ladies at their residence by Miss
Wolf, who can he found at Til Ilitrn
t. mi ii stieet, or by Mutual Telephone
O'JU, bufoiu 8 a. m. or after fiiliO p. in.
The Bulletin ib not going to imi
tate its struggling contemporary in
padding out its news columns with
aiheitiBeiueuts of iuelf, A moderate
space is taken in the appropriate col-
i limns for bringing the real facts of
j the advertibiug situation beforu the
i FIRE POLICE.
A SPECIAL meeting of the Honolulu
Kite I'olico will bo held THIS
(Monday; EVENING, at 7:110 o'clock,
at tilt) Hull of Eiigluo Co. No. 2. llusi-
I :it the Hall of Kiil'I
nes of imniii laucu. Per older
T. V. KHOUSE.
30a It Captain
A Newfoundland Pup,
about 7 weuks ohl shaggy
coat, black and whltu.
Hlfcappeuied during tlio
nieht of the ltth lust. A
liberal icwaid will bo paid for the leturii
of same to the residence of
E. I). TENNKV,
Cor. Lutwlllo and Penjjacola it.
Are We On The Eve of a
This question seems rather start
ling at first bliiBli. But wo do not
menu a political revolution ending in
blood, Wo simply mean a revolution
of practical usefulness. You can't be
useful unless you're well. A groat
many of us are "pretty well," others I
aro not. This season is particularly I
trying. Those who arc well take
Sarsaparillas to keep oil' trouble;
those who aro sick aro taking them to
regain lost health. Wo have Sciib
nor's, Ayer's, Joy's, Hood's and Bris
tol's Sarsaparillas They puiify and
enrich the blood; it makes food
nourishing, work pleasant, sleep re
freshing and life enjoyable.
In our makai window you will see
sonio bottles of mineral waters. Thebc
aro often prescribed by physicians foi
vaiious complaints and are said to be
clllcacious. You might try some
Buftalo Lilhia Water, Hunyadi Junos
or Carlsbader prudel and see what
they can do for you.
"It's a splendid dentifrice," mid a
gentleman after trying a simple of
Dr. ShcHield's Cream Dentifrice. Try
u sample tube. Wo still have a few
fiee samples left.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Fori Ar JCtnif MreotH.
Don't uB DeceM!
In seeking a medium wherelu to adver
WARES or WANTS
Don't bt deceived by the declarations of
unscrupulous publishers, but
examine into the
Of the two English dailies. You will
llnd that while the Bui.i.i'.tin Is
uot continually boasting,
IT GETS THERE
In away very gratifying to advertisers.
rr ii I
Pacific Iiua Works Co.
Having acquired the proper! of the
Union Iron Works Oo. offer for
sale at reduced rates
Hardware & Merchandise 1
Bar Iron and Steel,
Gas Pipe & Fittings. Brass Valves,
Globe, Angle & Check, Iron it Steel
flutes, large as-jortuient;
m A C II I N 1C BOLTS,
lilink Nuts, hexagon and Miuare,
hot and cold pressed; lloiler Tubes,
Boiler Kivets, Brass Itod & Brass
Pipes, Etc., Etc.
Also, all Surplus Stock of Machlnory.
Small Cibtiiigs, Jobbings & Repair Work
Attended to with despatch.
t87 For terms apply at olllue Queen
street, or P.O.Box 381); Mutual Tel. -187.
lion 2w Pacific Iron Works Co.
Published Every Thursday
,tr 84 a vi:,vh.
The Leading Chinese Paper of
CSlT Advertisements Inserted at Low
Kates! .lob Printing in Chinese Neatly
: 5:t 'u uii ii ii Ht.
Weekly Sale el' Horses !
The First Sale to bo held (
On SATURDAY, April 2A, !
AT 12 O'UI.OCK XIIOX, j
At the Premises hi the rear of the otllcu
of J. I, Oowsett, on Queen stieet.
Honolulu, April II, ISM. 111)5 8t
IS I DY OLE
lias a Heautiftil Double Ula
ttiond Kiatnel All Hall Hear
Ings! Dust Pioof and Oil He
talnlngl Cushion Tyred) Cusli
iun Koiks! Cusbiou Seats!
Wiy Orders taken
to a ii he fot the
CASTLE & COOKE.
AT THE TOP !
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreokcls' Bank, Honoluju.
104 Fort street, Honolulu,
pecial Value in Ladies' Night'Gownsl
See what we are now selling for SI.
Good Cotton and
OUR SKIRTS FOR 50 CENTS 1 CAN'T BE BEAT 1
LADIES' CORSET COYERS !
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES '
ii AT T
i - e-.K-nw;rTiiA
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN lbr9 BY C. E Y iLLLUIS FOP CONDUCTING THE
'oriiiliii'!', Vabiael Making
llu-liu.'-s in Honolulu ate still extant, and the business, its originator aud
prccent ptopilctoi heie to -laj . Having purchased the entire ititeiest of
the late linn of II. II. Williams & Co., comprising the laigest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; pilucipally selected by II. 11. William during his late three
ntoutlir' vi-.it to thii Coast, I now offer this stock and future addition for
CASH at piios much les than heretofote charged.
jgy The uudeisigiied in lesiiiiiing his old place anil hiislucs would respect
fully tender his gratefnl thanks for the llbetal patiouagc of old ft lends of this
anil neighboring Islands, and ho to mei it a continiiatico of their favors while
soliciting a share fiotn new fi lends; ami again offers his erviccs in
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Caroful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Vlen !
car PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES, ten
And he is sure to get
a good Negative, be-
caittto ho uses the
M. A, SEED
HOLLISTEK at CO.,
10 Foil Mlroct.
! lia ! 1IW UWIUIHIIJlim
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8-Button Bac Gloves, for Fifty. Cents !
8 Button Bac Gloves,
No, 2, 65c ; No. 3, 75c ; ty. 5, 60o j No. 7, $1 ; X,
No. 12, $1,40) No416,U6, ;
By untieing enterprise and
skillful numngcincnt we have
readied a position at the top
of the hardware business in
"We've kept everlastingly at
it and by so doing we are able
to offer yqu goods that are all
that we reeomnund them to
bo. Take lamps, for instance.
Is there a larger or better
assortment in the Kingdom,
and have you ever heard of
Our assortment of Hall
Lamps contains some beauties.
HL KBL P
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Upholstering & Undertaking
AND BUYS HIS
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