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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND 00,'S
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Leave Honolulu. ..0 tin 8tJ5 1:lii l::irt
Arrlvollonouliuli..7:20 0:R7 2:7 5:3fit
Loavo llonoullull..7:30 10:43 dill B:42f
Arrive Honolulu. ..8:35 11:55 4:65 G:50i
UBA.HL 01TY LOCAL.
Loavo Honolulu 5 :20 ....
Arrive Pnarl Clly 5 :oS ....
Leavo Poarl Clty..fi:00
Arrive Honolulu. ..0:40
t Saturdays only.
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Still. 2t 2 001 2 30l 7 30 8 50 ft 31 (I 23 1.03
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A wki.co.mi: sound the Pacific Iron
Diamond Hkad, 'A p. m. Woathei,
clear; wind, light northeast.
Tin: bund conceit to-night will bo
ill tho Hawaiian Hotel. A danco in
tlio nuiv lanai will follow.
. Mn. W. II. llawca of tlio Australia
has tho heaity tlninks of tho Bum.e
tin for favors recuived.
Mu. L. .1. Lovoy will hold u land
bid's sale of furniliiro under distraint
at 12 o'clock lo-nitufow.
(Continmn? from Outside Page.)
l.ui' mini tut- of tlio moon on tlio 10th ut 71i
2II1H. li. in. . ,
Tim tlnio hlKiml for the iioit Is ulven at ISli.
I'm. Osuc. (mitltilKliU of Uieonuldi tlmooi
111. 28ni. 34mco. )i. m. of Honolulu OIimh vntoiy
tlnio. It la H'pn by tlio strum whistle of tlio
Honolulu rinulife Mill, a lew Uooih nlxno
tho Uiitoin Hoii"0. Tho sumo wlUKtle Is
Hounded cimoctly lit Honolulu menu noon,
Oligci-viitniy meridian, or lull. 31in. 28seo. of
Ji ii. 4 ,
TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1802.
S S Austialia, lloudlette, from San
Stinr W G Hall Horn Maui and Hawaii
Am liktne Planter, Dow, for San Fian-
Am bktno V II Dimoiid, Nelson, for
Bk Albert. Windlns, for Pan Francisco
Stinr.las Makeo for Kauai at 4 p in
StmrMikiiluila for Kauai at 5 p in
Stuir Claudinc for Maul nt." p in
Stmr Kaala for Hananiaulti and Watlua
at 5 p in
Stmr WaialealeforlCllauea and Hanalei
Sclir Luka for Kobala
Sclir Kauikeaouli for ICohala
Sclir Lavinia for Kaliuku
Sclir Rob Hoy for Koolau
Sclir Mille Morris for Koolau
Stmr Lcluia fiom ilauiakua
Fiom San Francifco, ier S S. Aiu
Ir.ilia, April 1J T .) Birch, C Bolto,
1. R Brown, wife and infant, J. 11 Car
rick, wife mid child, C At Gooi'e, II S
Crocker, Miss E CumniingH, C J Day,
AIr John Dewev, MibsN Kgun, Mit
J Flournoy, II F Glade, Dr O L God
dard mid wife, Airs Goddard, W II C
Greig, Capt. James II Hamilton, Jos
W Hamillon", wife and infant, Fred
ilcllwig, B D Jliggs, L N Hohbs, P
M Husted, Sani'l Louihi-on, Mis-s
Helen Castle Mead, L L JlcCandlcbt',
T J Mull, AIiss McMurtry, Miss B Mc
Mnilrv, Hon Geo C Peikins and wife,
F F Borter, Geo B I'ost, Airs J V
Bialt, Airs L Swan, W A Swinerton,
D Stewart, Wm Wliite, G N Wilcox,
A S Wilcox, W 11 Winter and wife,
P Ibenborg, and F AI Swanzy.
For San Fruncihco per haikontiue
Planter, April 10 W II Lincoln,
Louis Drcber, K Millei, W Wheeler,
!) Japs and (i Portuguese families.
For San Francisco per Am bk Al
beit, Apiil 19 D W P Putnian and
fcon, AlisT II Furlrng, Geo F Wil
hon, T E Cl.uk and H E Ai.ison.
The Biitisli iron ship llounioie, Capt
Jenkins, was docked at Brewer's wliiuf
this morning. She is 2 12 ft long, HOG ft
beam, 23C ft dentil of bold: .she is 1100
tons register, and draws 21 8 ft loaded
She was built in Port Glasgow by .lobii
Iteud iu 1870 und has pioved herself a
fast sailer. She has -1 cattle, 2 hogs and
5 dogs for tills port. Her du-tlimtio u is
The Am bktue Planter, Capt Dow,
sailed to-day for San Francisco with a
cargo of 10,870 bags sugar, weighing
l,870,1421bs, shipped by II Unckfuid &
Co, and 75 bbls empty bottles by V C
Peacock aud Co.
Tho Am bk Albert, Capt Winding,
sailed this afternoon for San Francisco
with a cargo of 20JJ37 bags sugar, weigh
ing 2,4ol,073lb3, shipped in the follow
ing lots : 832 1 bugs by II Hackfcld & Co ;
Ol'Jl by M S Giiiibauin it Co; 5301 by V
A Schaefer & Co, and 11:18 by U Hrewer
& Co. urn! 100 bbls empty bottles by W O
Peacock & Uo.
The British ship Viscount was totally
wrecked on the Falkland islands on
March 31st. Three of the crew were
drowned, the icst landed at Stanley.
Tue barkenthio S G Wilder arrived at
San Francisco, April 10, having made
the passage hence in 10 days.
' SAN 1'IUNOIdCO NOTKS.
Arrived April s, Am sclir Kmnn
Claudina from M.iliiikoua; 8, bktne Dis
covery! 4, bktiio S N Castle; 3, bk Co
lusa; 10, bk Finest Queen, bktue S G
Wilder and bk Sonoma.
Sailed April 12, sclir Transit; 10,
bktno Discovery and bk Colusa ; 0, brig
,1 D Spicekels for Kahiilul.
Projected Departure-, Apill 18. bktno
S N Castle; 15, sclir Kniina Chiildlna for
Spoken Per S N Oastlo, March 27th,
lat 83 deg 37mln N long, 153 deg 20 mlii
W, bktno Klikitnt from Kahiilul for San
AKAKA At the Kiiplohuil Maternity
Homo, Aiuii ID,
Akaka, u daughter.
TlIK liULLKltN I'Molldt iU tllllllkt-
to Purser Lamio J. Ryan, of tin1 S. S.
Austialia, for la to foreign papers.
A I.UAU is being given lo Ahss i'he
Ian or San Francisco this afternoon
by Airs. S. 0. Allen ut her Waikiki
Tm:S. F. Chronicle of Apiil llth
oontiiins a sketch of the life of Hov.
11. liingliam with fair portraits of
himself and wife.
Skvi:n cafces against Chinese weie
remanded in tlio Police Court to-day,
on account of tho ollicial interpreter
being engaged olscwhoio.
Ail Sino and You, charged with
infanticide, will lie liied to-morrow
morning ill tlio Police Com t. C. W.
Ashford is attorney for the defense.
Tin? Gentian bulk Paul lsenbcig
was decorated witli bunting to-day in
honor of Hon. P. Isonbeig, who re
turned from (Joiniany to-day, after an
absonco of eighteen month.
Hon. Geo. C. Peikins, ex-Governor
of California, and wife weio passen
gers on the Austialia to-day on a Hy
ing visit, expecting to return on tlio
same steamer on Tuesday next.
A1i:oiianic Engine Co. will meet
this evening, to give their foreman, W.
H. C. Gieig, a homo leeoption. Air.
Groin leturned I'loin a llyinn trip to
the Coast on tho S. S. Australia to
day. Hon. Paul Neumann's clerk, An
tonio G. Coirea, on piling an exami
nation befoTe tlio Supreme Court,
received a licunso to piaelice law in
the District and Police Courts of tlio
Tun Chinese convict sentenced
from Wailukn, loported about ten
duys ago in this paper us having
escaped fiom prison, became tiled of
freedom and this morning surrendered
himself to Capt. Tiipp, jailor of Oatiu
His Excellency J. L. Stevens, U. S.
Alinistcr Plenipotentiary, and Alls.
Stevens, are entertaining Her Alajesty
the Queen and Admiral Biown, ot the
U. S. F. S. San Francisco, at their
lesidencc on Niiuiiiiu street this
afternoon. The San Fiancisco band
is in attendance.
THE ADVERTISER'S SENSATION.
Nhxt Sunday evening, the 24lh
Airs. Alary Drinkhoti90 tins won
her suit for about MA acres of land
taken by tho Spring Valley Water
Company. The jury rendered a ver
dict for $10,000. The company will
It is repoited that the Vanderbilts'
licnditiu; interests have obtained al
most uoinpletu control of tho anthra
cite coal production of the United
The steamer China expected in
San l'YancWeo had 16G Japanese in
the steerage. This is the largest
number of Japanese ever brought to
San Francisco by n single steamer,
and feats are beginning to be felt
that the conlruct labor law is being
violated, although by whom is a
question the inspectors are unable to
The Italian Government is distri
buting American vines gratuitously
to get ahead of phylloxera.
The Pope has sent Archbishop
Ireland of Minnesota a special note,
asking him not to mind the attack on
the Aielihishnii by the Jesuit organ,
I 'i vita Caltnlica, in leference to the
Stillwater affair. This action of the
Pope has caused much comment in
Koine, as he rarely mixes in sucli
The Pope has received from Car
dinal Gibbons an important article
on the school question in the United
States, in which his Holiness is much
Eowllicr of the Foreign Oillcc de
nied in the House of Commons the
statement that Great Britain was
scheming to secure a harbor at San
Quentin, Lower California, under the
cloak of the Alexican International
The 1' rench steamer Amclie has
foundered at sea. Part of the crew
was saved and the survivors have
been landed at l'auillac.
Anarchy is rampant in Spain. The
customary Palm Sunday services were
omitted in the royal chapel, ostensi
bly on account of the Queen Regent's
indisposition, but really on account
of anarchist threats. Finds of ex
plosives are frequent.
Dr. Turnbull made a signed state
ment at Valparaiso, in which he as
serts that he has undeniable proof
that one of Admiral Brown's officers,
on August 20, 1891, gave the Inten-
denCe of Valparaiso the result of tlio
San I' laucisco s observations at tiuni'
UnllnnHcn Into tlio Tlilnncnl ot Thin
The following letter received at the
American Consulate explains itself.
Nobody of any sense hero took any
stock in Grifllth's yarn worked up
under half a column of "scaro head"
in the Advertiser:
Wr.Li.9, Kakoo & Co.'s Exrnnss.
Are We On The Eve of a
Sam Fuancisco, April 17, '92.
H. W. SnvKitANCE, U. S. Conaitl-
Gcnoral, Honolulu, 11. I.
Deal' Sir: I am in receipt of
your favor of the loth ultimo, relat
ing to one Juo. 11. Grillllh, and
statements made by him in relation
lo tho robbery of Wells, Fargo &
Co.'s Express at Pixley, Cala., Feb
ruary 22nd, '89, and beg to thank
you for your promptness in advising
us, although there is not the least
particle of tiulh in his statement in
so far as it relates to his participa
tion in the robbery or the amount of
rewards offered. Nor was the U. S.
Alail robbed"bn the occasion referred
to. The parties who committed the
robbery in question aie known, and
the questiou of their capture is one
of time only.
1 enclose clipping from the ban
Francisco Examiner of this morning,
showing despatch from Fresno, yes
terday, which gives Grilllth's reasons
for inakinu the statement he did in
the letter to you, his object' being to
enable him to leave the ship before
its departure for the Arctic Ocean.
E. M. Cooi'Uit,
Fresno, April G. A letter was re
ceived here to-day by the mother of
John It. Grifllth, who claimed to be
one of the Pixley train robbers.
Grillllh writes that he has run avay
from the ship Northern Light four
limes, being captured each time.
He acknowledges that the statement
lie made to the Consul at Honolulu
about the train robbery aud his part
in it was a lie. He made it in order
that the Consul might hold him and
not send him back to the ship. He
says: "I guess I am the biggest liar
that ever lived."
This question seems rather start
ling at lirst blush. But wo do not
mean a political revolution ending in
blood. Wo simply mean a revolution
of practical usefulness. You can't be
useful unless you're well. A great
many of us nro "pretty well," others
aie not. This season is particularly
trying. Those who are well take
Sarsaparillas to keep on" trouble;
those who aie sick are taking them to
regain lost health. We have Scrib
ner's. Avcr's. Jov's. Hnod's and Bris
tol's Sarsaparillas. They purify and
enrich the blood ; it makes food
nourishing, work pleasant, sleep re
freshing and life enjoyable.
In our niiikui window you will see
some bottles of mineral waters. These
tiro often prescribed by physicians for
various complaints and are said to be
efficacious. You might try some
Buffalo Lilhia Water, Hunyadi Janos
or Cnrlsbader -iprudel and see what
they can do for you.
"It's a splendid dentifrice," said a
gentleman after trying a sample of
Dr. Sheillcld's Cream Dentifiice. Try
a sample tube. Wo still have a few
free samples left.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner li'oi-l & iCliiic hlrcolH.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
AT THE TOP !
it;- r -
By untiring enterprise and
skillful lmuingcment we have
reached a position at the top
of the hardware business in
We've kept everlastingly at
ut and by so doing we are able
to offer you goods that tire all
that we recommend them to
be. Take lamps, for instance.
Is there a lurger or better
assortment in the Kingdom,
and have you ever heard of
Our assortment of Hall
Lamps contains some beauties.
SATURDAY EVENING, April 23
Grand Concert & Complimentary Benefit
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spree kels' Bank, Honolulu.
nsr. ss mMMzmtm
104 Fort ssxreet, Honolulu.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear !
OUR OWN MAKE
MISS N, you GERICBTEN
ASSISI'Ul) BY IUK
S. F. S. San Francisco and
Royal Hawaiian Bands.
inst., at lltfO o'clock, the Second Con- I turo& ril0 a0l.lor (.bums that on ae-
Uiejiation ol St. Anilicw's (Jallieilial
will hold a special service at which
the. throe lodges of I. O. O. F. will at
tend in regalia. Hew Alox. Alackin
losh will deliver a special address and
tho choir will sing extia music.
Tun new sloop Kaiulani beat tho
selioOuii' Alokuolu on her trial tiip
ycstcid-y to Ewa by one minute. The
Alokuol i had a stall of several hiin
died 'yaidh when the .sloop went out
under command 'of Captain lyaai in
tlio evening. Tho Kaiulani made Kwa
at 10::i0 o'clock hibt night. The
owners aie satislied with the tiial trip
of tho now sloop.
Shortly after the gangplank had
been placed on the Austialia for the
passengers to come oil this morning,
and lions. Paul Itenheig and G. N.
tlTM 1 l.. T 11 T.-.l... ........ i
;. ' ::;:;;,:!, fromSi,,gapo,e .ay. the Pekan re-
"" ft -"", a oi -
tlio wliiuf. Luckily no one was hurt
boyond a little shaking up. Passon
ecrs no doubt weio eager to stretch
their legs on shore and wore a little
count of the opening of such infor
mation this officer is chargeable with
being death's ally at the battle of
Placilla. The military situation of
the Congressional army at the Concon
engagement was such that had no
new3 been.given the Balmacedists the
second battle would never have taken
place. An investigation of the affair
The European ladies sent from Pe
kan in Paliang on account of the
native uprising have arrived safely
at Singapore by steamer. The
iusiiigents arc still threatening to at
tack Pekan. The cruiser Hyaeintlie
and the gunboat Rattler have pro
ceeded to Pekan with a number of
A London despatch of April 10th
BOUND OVER TO KEEP THE PEACE.
hellion has a serious aspect, and that
the British warships sent to the
scene will land 100 marines.
Ex-manager Richardson of the
Deposit Batik, Sydney, was sentenced
to four years' imprisonment for de
claring false balances.
It is not certain at Victoria which
ESCAPED LUNATIC CAPTURED.
On April 5th, a Chinaman named
Che Hoy with an alias as usual, es
caped from the insane asylum. A
reward was offered for his apprehen
sion as soon as Ins escape was discov
ered. The plan which he concocted
to effect his freedom was very ingen
ious. He asked permission to go to
the back which was granted and a
guard accompanied him. Reaching
the rear of the asylum buildings the
guard forgot his charge and returned
inside. The Chinaman took advan
tage of the guard's negligence and
made a dash for liberty. Yesterday
he was seen at Kailuu, Kooloa, by two
natives, Maullola ana Kalelllkt. Che
Hoy had an ugly looking knife in his
possession. The two natives were
on horseback and attempted to lasso
the Chinaman, but every time the
rope encircled him he managed to
cut it in twain. The men then made
a combined rush and threw Che Hoy,
making him a prisoner. Thev bound
him on a horse and-hrought him to
town and delivered him to the au- ,
thorities at the Police 'Station last
night. Che Hoy has been returned
to old quarters at the asylum.
The Kiiteitainnient will consist of
Singing, Piano Solos, Violin Solos, Recita
tions, Etc , by Miss von Gcrichton
By bcr Scholars, including
Gypsy Tambourino Danoe !
High and Fling ! Tyrolean!
- Irish Washotwoman !
Special Value in Ladies' Night Gowns! -
See what wc are now selling for SI. 00 and SI. 25 1 They are Well-made,
Good Cotton and Nicelv Trimmed !
Siite Skirts !
OUR SKIRTS FOR f0 CENTS ! CAN'T BE BEAT 1
LADIES' CORSET -COVERS I
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES !
Full Programme will appear later I
tar Tickets can be had at the Ha
waiian Hotel and Sir. L. J. Levey's
store. :S'J9 ot
locliauic BDEiHB Go. i. 2.
vou ul tho
AovEitrisK in the Bulletin to leach
In the Police Court this morning a j 1JrlIbh 8m- wIl l0 Beuri s
native named llulu was charged with ,,, ... ' ,,ui ,,. ti,,. mi.,
ifut 11. ta jiuuuiiu limb tiiu umijj
to Sirs. .Mary
SIMON-i.OUISSON In San Fiancisco,
April 0, by Rev. Dr. Voorsanger,
Uiibtuv Simon of I'oitland, Or, to
Hello Louisson of San Francisco
McOUEBNEY-Iii Alameda, Cut., April
D,-18'J2, at 7 p. m . Martha J, Mc
Chesnoy, wife of H W-'MeChesiicy,
aged M ycais. Mothei of F. W. and
J, M; McQhuSiie) of Honolulu,
assault and battery, and intending to
to commit an offense against Kahclc
his wife. The charges were heard
together. The wife in evidence stat
ed that the defendant had assaulted
her uiimeicifully and had kept her in
confinement threatening to kill her if
she went out. On Saturday last she
escaped and lodged a complaint at
the Police Station of her husband's
cruelty, desiring to take out a war
ront. It was late, however, and sho
was advised by the authorities to
come again on Monday 'morning.
This she did mid llulu was arrested.
Two other ladies corroborated the ev
idence and tlio cruel husband was
round miilty of the charges, The
Court sentenced the defendant to
nixty days' imprisonment at hard la
bor, and to give a bond ot $100 as u
surety that lie will commit no offense
against the person of his wife for one
year from date. J. K, Kaulia ap
peared for defendant.
In the Supreme Court to-daj' E.
A. Strout had thu charge of man
slaughter second degree substituted
with assault and battery. To this
he pleaded guilty and was sentenced
by Judge liickerton to pay u fine of
$200. Tlio crime of Sttout was in
poisoning pastry on hoard the steam
er Mikahala us a check to pilfering.
His scheme caused the death of a
native sailor named ivcoinau. V. V.
Ashford appeared for the defense.
Vce Lit and Ah Stun were lined
$2o0 each on conviction of gaming.
J. M. Davidson and A. P. Pelerron
for the defense criticised the Police
Justice for imposing extreme penal
ties on the "limits," or runners, in
stead of the owners of the gaming
J, 1J. Martinez, alius Fisher, tho
recaptured convict, was sentenced to
three years' imprisonment, additional,
for tho burglary of Mrs. Lemon's
Jiouso nhcu unlawfully at jrtijje.
liicne, Daphne and Nymphe will be
sent, while the Pheasant will go
Gaiza is still in hiding in Mexico.
AK ESCAPED LUNATIC.
li M. H.
Jose Macliado, a Portuguese, es
caped from Hie insane asylum some
time ago. Search was made hut no
clue could be had as to his whero
abouts. Latoi information was ob
tained that ho had gone away for the
Coast on the S, S. Australia. When
that vessel arrived this morning Ma
cliado was brought ashore and con
fined in thu Police Station. He had
been returned by the steamer uuthor
ities, Macliado awuits examination
at the .Station.
U. J. McOaiu'HY lias lots on Liliha
street for salo. tf-tf
The Brunswick aretleonly Billiard
Tailors in town, v (i-tf
An English safety hi-yde is offered
at a great bargain.
Fresh froon oyster have arrived
at the Beaver Saloon.
The Australia wil sail
Francisco next Tuesday.
King Bros, oflbr the celebrated
Columbian bicycles at $135.
Akikii shaving use Cucumber Skin
'luiiic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents,
SiiMiUUN relieved at unco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
S, E. Kai.eikau Iub been appointed
an agent lo take ackuowVulgnieutH lo
labor contracts for W'ailuku.
The Buu.eiin's regulir paying cir
culation is between -flO and 500
greater than that of uiW rival pulili-
MEMBERS of the above Company
aro icquested to be preseut at
their Hall THIS (Tuesday) EVENING,
at 7:30 o'clock, In Uniform. Impoitant
Business. PER ORDER.
H-O K. $135.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert at the
Hawaiian Hotel this evening, com
mencing at 7i30 o'olook. Following
is the program:
Mai eh Count Hiiuei Krai
O verluie - Fra Dlavolo , A uber
Finale Lucia Doiikettl
Reminiscences of Gounod Godfrey
Olwl Niiul. Hole VValme. Llld Kill o
Medley Recollection of the War, Beyer
Fantasia Nlglithigile and Frogs .....
Walt. Thou and Thou Strauss
Qiuidi illn The Ul lckel An (Iran
Delicious coffee and Ihoooluto will
ho served uvery morning early at the
l'ahico leu Cream Pallets, Ludwigsen,
tfe Oron. Hotel street. 1-tf
Tickets for Miss N. vai Gerichten's
grand concert fjatuidaylovt'niiig can
be obtained ut tho HaVaiiun Hotol
and Mr. L. .1. Levey's sttro.
E. I). Fimu. has been ppoiuted a
member of tlio Road Bikrd of Wai
lukn, to fill the vacanoyj caused by
tho death of Judge Richatdson.
Get your noots and .lioes iniiilo
and rui'iaired by the til Wuiluku
CONS'l ITUT1NG THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL . & FOllT STREETS,
l. I&ui) BY C. K .LLIAAIS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Fiinitliiri', 1'iiliinct iliing, L'iliolsti)i'iug k Undertaking
Business in Honolulu are still extant, aud the business, its origiuator and
plenum proprietor here to stay. Having purchased the eutiro interest of
the late firm of II. 11. Williams & Co., comprising the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; pi iueipully selected by 11. II. Williams during his late three
months' visit to thu Coat, I now offer this stock and future additions for
CASH nt prices much less than heretofore charged.
I2r"The undersigned in lesmniug bis old place and business would respect
fully tender his grateful thanks for the libeial patrouiigo of old friends I this
aud neighboring Islands, and hopes to meiit a continuance of their favors while
soliciting a sharo from new fiieuds; and uguiu offers his 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 !
65- PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. 13a
C. E. WILLIAMS.
TAKING A SHOT
And he is sure to get
a good Negative, be
cause he Uses tini
(ON IOE) '
Per S. S. "Australia."
At The Beaver Saloon,
II. J. NOITK, rruiirlufor.
Ms WcfK I x
AND BUYS HIS
shoemiiker. L. 'Ioennii
Hotel street. Fiist-clast
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. Thoy
not only physio but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
salo by Heiisou, Smith & Co., Agents.
iVisb N. von liuriuhteii announces a
iiuo musigal bijl of fare for the Opera
lioue ou Saturduy eveuinif.
BHAMI'OOINQ and liead-yasbiiigdoiio
for ladies at their resideiko by Miss
Wolf, who can bo found U 73 Bere-
tiuiiu Btreot, or by Mutual Telephone
(190, beforo 8 a, in. or aftu- fi-.UO p, in.
Wlum you wmi c lil'ortrnit
tinliU'Kud call on K
get tholr piico Hh?
8umilud. Thoy caul bo bout.
uy, ui urn,
l?OH SAN FllANGJSCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for tho above
Tuesday, April 26tli,
IS" For freight or passage, apply to,
399 Ot AKeJl
HOLLSSTER El CO.,
101) Fori .Street.
Honolulu. II. I.
rS rJ? O Jft 13 !
43 J. & 1:1
UHi Fort Street,
ITriUuy, Sutitrl y unci 31onclny. v will oiror out
8-Button Bac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAR PRICE, 75 J
8-Butlon Sac Gloves, 7oc., regular price, $1,
ALL-SILK RIBBON", CHEAP FOR CASH t
No. 2, 05o j No. 8. 7Go j No, 5, 80o; No. 7, H No, , $1.25 ;
No. 12, f W0 : No, 10, 1,7.5,
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