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om. Osuc. (nildnlKlitl of Uiccmwch lima or
111. 28ni. 349CC. p. in. of Honolulu Obxuiyntory
time. It la rUc by tho steam whistle of tlio
Honolulu I'limlng Mill, a few doois abovo
tho Custom House. Iho satnu vlilstlo Is
sounded correctly at Honolulu mean noon,
Obscivatory ineilUliin,or loh. 31in. 2(lsuc. ol
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"WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1892:
A pi 11 20
Stmr J A Uuiiimltis from Koolau
Stmr 0 It Bishop fioin Kahuku and
. Stmr Kmila for Hauauiaulii and Wailua.
at 4 p m
Scbr Liholliio for Lahahia
Sobr MUle Morris for Koolnii
Sehr Luka for Kohaht
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr 0 II Bisbop for Waianac and Waia.
lua at 10 a m
Stmr Iwalaul foi Lnbaina, Honokaii and
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W G Hall 74 bags coffee, 35 bags
awa, 10 bags(piilu, 1 horse, BfsGG bags
sugar, 25 bead cattle, 10 hides, HO
kegs butter, 25 bogs and 100 pkgs
For Kauai pel- stmr Mikalmla, Apiil
19-W Auld und wife, Jl Bliss, Mrs J
Lyeettaud child, E Quinu, lion II P
Baldwin, Hon XV O Smith, Mr Tibbits,
Mr Elliott and 4o deck.
For Kapaa, per stmr .las Makee, April
19 O B Makee.
For Maui per stmr Claudiue, April 10
Mrs S G Wilder, Mrs J F Brown and
child, H G Treadway, C B Wills F
Wellwigh, XV A McKay, Father Gulstan.
Mrs It Giiiin, Hon It D Walbridge, Hon
J Hlrhaidson and about CO deck.
From Maul and Hawaii per stmr XV G
Hall, April 19 From Volcano: A L
Chirk and wife, Miss Clarke. Miss
Parker, Mis Dr German, .1 XV Hawes
and Rev 8 E Bishop. From way ports:
Hon II P Baldwin, Mrs Alcxmider, Louis
Koch, T K Amain and wife, W A Wall,
Miss Holey, Miss Paris, I II Sherwood.
C himeona, O Sllvcn, J A McGulre, Col
S Norris, N Ormsted, Miss E IC Phillip,
Mrs Gorman and 05 deck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Iroquois from Samoa
U S b ban Francisco, Bear
Brown, from San Diego
Am ship Pactolus, Beadle, from
Am bk Sumatra, Thomas, from New
Am 5-ni schr Louis, Hatch, fioin New
Am 3-m schr F S Kedtluld, from New
Am 4-m scln Canler Dove, Braudt,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am Ails stmr Moruliig Star, Gailuud,
from South Sea Islands
Nor bk Havfrueu, Evangeu, fiorn New
Am schr Aloha, from Port Blakely
Br ship Bemuore, Jenkins, from Liver
pool FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II I Jl S Iliel, Moil, from Japau
S S Jlouowal, Caioy, from San Francisco,
S Alameda, Morse, fiom the Colonics,
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, fioin Bos-
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am bkt Katie Flieklnger, fioin Paget
Sound, now due
Am ship J U Porter from Newcastle,
Am 4-iiiasted schr Robert Sudden (lia-
hulul) fiomSFdue Apiil 10
Am bk Aldeu licsso (Kuhiilui) from a F,
due Apt 11 12
Am schr Emm Claudhia from Sun Fran
cisco, due April iiO
Am schr Transit from San Francisco,
due Am 11 27
Am hktuo Discovery from San Francisco,
duo May 1
Am bk Colusa f i om Sim Francisco, duo
Am bktoo S N Castle from Sun Fran
cisco, duo May fl
Haw bk Foong Suey, from Boston,
Am bk Maiguiet fiom'Nowcastlo, NSW
Bk Elslnore from Newcastle, NSW
Bk Paul Isenberg from Bun Francisco
Britbk Veiltus fiom Newcastle, N S XV
Bk Don Adelfo from Newcastle, N S W
Bk i.retu from Newcastle, N S W
Nor bk Posedon, from Newcastle. NSW
Nor Brig Dato from Ncwctstle,N SW
Haw ship Heleu Biewor, from Glasgow,
duo Aug C
The schooner Kaiilkeaoull grounded
near tho lighthouse histovoulng, hut was
towed off by the steamer JHkalmla with
out any dumage being done.
Tho British ship Bemnore commenced
dlschaiglng her cargo of general mer
Clmndlee this moriilog,
The Am bktno W 11 Dlmond, Captain
Nelson, wlilcli sailed for fan Francisco'
vcstciday afternoon, took a cargo of
8200 hairs suu-nr. -tmlchliii: 005,210 ll,
and 3721 ban? ilco. welubliif; 372.400 lb,
1 shipped In tbu following lots: W O Ir
i win & Co, 80!)r bags sugar; llynian
Bros, 111 baRS and 701 b.uss lice; MS
Giliibaiini & Co. 1000 b:ic lice; Sing
Cliong & Co, 1030 bajrs rice. Domestic
SHARRATT-ln Oakland, Cal., April
n, 1802, Mary E. Sliarratt, mother of
Euimlc nnd Frank Gray Hh.tirntt
and V. A. Bailey, and mint of Mrs.
W. II. Bailey, a natho of Now Lou
don, Conn., nged 50 years.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEVS.
Tub French warship Oliunipliiin is
coming to Honolulu from San Fran
cisco. The steamer ICitiau will arrivo on
Saturday morning from Maui and
Tim band will play at the Queen's
Hospital to-inoirow afternoon, from
3 to 5 o'clock.
A numiiuu of tourists arc already
booked to toko passage on tho S. S.
Mariposa for the Coast on May 5th.
A petition is being circulated for
sigiiatutus for presentation to the next
Legislatuie for a water supply for
Minister of Inlet ior,
ternoon to inspect
C. N. gpeuccr,
went out this af
file work of tho
The "early" morning paper was
distributed on Iho plains this nioiiiing
after ovory business man had gone
down town. An illustration of the
pioverb about glass houses.
Tin: P. M. S. S. China will leave
San Francisco for Honolulu ou the
28th iiist., and tho Alameda a day
later. Tho China is a "goor" and is
expected to break tho record.
The Schmidt dredger was towed
out into the passage this morning.
It lCfitmcd work, on tho Waikiki
side of where it struck the iron wreck
age, at 1 o'clock this afternoon.
Captain Wm.Davies.of tho steamer
Claudinc, has been decorated with tho
Cross of the Knight Companion of
the Order of Kapiolani for bis heroic
conduct in saving the lives of seven
men in the Molokai channel.
Miss Calhoun, of S.m Jose, Cal.,
won the third prize of the Mercury
for tho most popular school teacher,
by balloting. Tho pri.o was a ticket
to and from the Haw.iii.in Islands.
Miss Calhoun may bo along on the
The band concert at the Hawaiian
Hotel last evening was well attended
and highly delightful to visiting
tourists by the Australia. A dance
was held after the concert in tho now
lanai, 1'iof. Boigoi furnishing piano
A okuntek broke away from a herd
of pigs which came by the Rteamer
XV. G. Hall ycbterday, and caused a
commotion on tho city front. Tho
fellow was finally caught by Frank
Poor after a long iun. Poor, all
smiles, marched back in triumph
with hi-, capture.
A couonek's inquest on the murder
of tho Chinaman on the city fiont
will be held this afternoon in the office
of Doputy-Marshal Mehiten. As tho
evidence of murder is conclusive,
without any to identify the murdeier
or murderers, the Jury will probably
give an open verdict and adjourn.
IVitliii'i't'N nt AnliunlH lmiioitril
Hon. W. ;. I ruin.
Mention was made yesterday of
the Polled cuttle and highbred pigs
imported by Hon. V. G. Irwin on
the ship Bcnmore from Liverpool.
The importer received with the
stock certified extracts from the
Polled Herd Book, showing distin
guished pedigrees for the cattle.
The breeders of the ancestry ol the
animals include Major II. F. Dent,
Sir G. M. Grant, the Earls of Fife
and of Southesk. Several of the
dams and sires were prize-winners at
the principal shows in England and
Scotland. The breeding of the pigs
is also certified. They were bred by
Mr.'F. A. Walker-Jones of Molling-toii,-
N. Chester, who has been one
of the most successful exhibitors iu
England the lust few ycais.
Mr. Charles Williams of the dis
trict of Hamaktia, iu the island of
Hawaii, this day passed u very satis
factory examination before their
Honors the Justices of the Supreme
Court, and he has been granted a
license to practice law in the inferior
courts of the kingdom. This will be
wclcomo news to the residents of tho
district, us Mr. Williams is a thor
oughly educated Hawaiian, and it is
suitl that smart lawyers are needed
iu Ilamakua, The other applicants
who also passed wore A. G. Conea,
who studied law in tho olllce of Hon.
P. Neumann, J. K. Paele, P. Piilia
lahtia, D. Z. Natihieluu and J. K.
Mr. J. A. McKcnzio, plumber with
Mr. John Phillips, had the misfor
tune this morning to have the second
finger of his right hand badly inun
liled. He was woiking with Mr.
Phillips at tho residence of Hon. J,
S. Walker, when a gas machine that
was being moved was lot down acci
dentally, nipping tho linger. The
bono was fractured in two places and
the finger was left hanging by tho
skin and muscles fiom tho first joint.
Dr. Andrews dreBsed the uJure(l
digit and thore is some hope of sav
ing it. Mrs, Wulker kindlv saw that
tho parent was,sent homo com fort-
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I'ot'ttiiif n or n lltiwnilnn MnmtniMilt'ii
whit Wont to 'l-'rlm'o.
Some fqw yars ago Mr. anil Mrs.
Kunncll of iloiumpo, Hawaii, left the
Islands for .San Francisco, Inking
with tlicm a young Hnwniirtn girl,
nbout twelve years of ngo, as maiil-of-all-work.
Arriving in San Fran
cisco tlio young girl was made to
play the part of "Cinderella" of
fablo fame, being forced to drudge
in the kitchen and outhouses. The
girl did her work faithfully and with
out n murmur.
For three years she boro her lot,
when her patience became cxhnustcil
and she deserted the Fennel I family.
The girl went to work in another
family. Hoarding up a little money
from her daily sustenance, she soon
became quite an independent young
it, was at lids stage she was met
b' n certain Mr. Moore who pioposed
marriage and was accepted. Mr.
and Mrs. Moore arrived at Honolulu
on the S. S. Australia yesterday.
The young Hawaiian, after an
absence of several years, has become
adapted to the foreign mode of liv
ing. Although she cannot pronounce
native words correctly she still un
derstands her mother tongue It is
laughable to hear the young woman
talking iu Hawaiian.
ROOKED TO LEAVE.
The following passengers are
ready booked at the olllce of V.
Irwin & Co., to leave by the S
Australia on Tuesday :
Miss Parker, Mrs Dr German, Mrs
Clarke and daughter, Mrs A N Ack
ernian and child, Mrs Wells, Mrs
Clark and daughter, Miss Sarah
Kmines, Miss E 1J Knight, . I H Hliss,
Mrs Phelan and maid, Miss Phelan,
Miss Kellv, J W Hawes, Mrs J K
Huik-el, Mrs. Evans, Rev A C Wnlk
ui) and 2 children, L Norton, J
Smith and family, V A Wall, C II
Elliott, F P Tidbetts, Mrs Kidder,
Mrs Edw Keelau, Kobt Hunter, J II
Cat ton, R It Catton, Mrs Lieut G L
Dyar and Miss Dyar, II B Spcrry,
A W Simpson, Jr, Miss S K Gray,
Mrs S A O Gans. Geo Perkins and
wife, Miss Helen Severance, Miss
Mary Alexander, W A Abbe, A P
Alexander, G A Brown, 11 A Par
ker, Dr German, A L Clarke, Jas
McNeill and wife, Mrs Sperry, Mrs
Vannevar, C Von Mengursen and
wife, C Oliver and wife, Mrs F C
Donald, Mrs L N Noyes, Mrs C C
Kennedy, child and maid, J S Emer
son, It Kentiedv, W F Lucas, D E
Martin, Mrs W"ll Brown, Miss B S
Sperry, Miss Foster, Mrs T H Hob
ron, Mrs A W Simpson and daugh
ter, F V Maedouald and wife, Mr
Matheson and family, Miss M L
Milchlcr, Mrs M K Mitchier, A J
Stevens, Mrs F A Wilder, Mrs Lil
lie, Miss Smith, L B Mizner and
wife, Mrs M C Foster, M Ilyman
A PUGILISTIC ENCOUNTER.
Two AuHtruliri in rii Ni'ttli' DinVroiicfn
There was a set-to between two
men from the S. S. Australia yester
day at Kakuako, in 'which one was
badry used up. It appears that on
the passage they used bitter words
against eacli other over some trilling
matter, and both decided to- have it
out on prnval heie. Consequently
after the steamer docked the two, a
small fellow and u big 'tin, accom
panied by friends among whom was a
referee, proceeded to the battle
ground. Six ounce gloves were
used, and Marquis of Queensbiiry
rules governed. The little fellow
was the more scientific of tho two,
although the other was the stronger,
and inside of ten rounds the heavy
weight was laid out. He was carried
back to the steamer and is nursing
his bruises, besides attending to two
The ease of Okuu vs. J. A. Cum
mins, ejectment, is being heard to
day betoro Chief Justice Jtidd and a
Hawaiian jury. The land in ques
tion is at Waimanalo, Koolau, Oahu.
Okuu claims that the land was deed
ed to him by His lute Majesty for
ten years. Later tlio deed wus torn
ami the laud was leased to Hon. J,
A. Cummins. Okuu did not demur
until the Kulakaua estate was offer
ed ut auction, when he entered the
suit of ejectment. He claims that
the lease has only run three years.
V. V. Ashford for plaintiff; F. M.
Hutch und C. Brown for defendant.
WELCOME TO A BOSS FIREMAN.
A homo reception was given to
Mr. W. II. C. Greig, Foreman of
Mechanic Engine Co., at their hall
in the Bell Tower yesteiday evening
by tho company. Music was fur
nished by several of tho members
and joviality and goodwill prevailed.
Tho boys were pleased to see their
foreman home again. Mr. Greig
while iu Sail Francisco visited tlio
engine houses and will introduce
Borne new equipments to his com
pany's engine house when built.
1 The meeting adjourned at tt lute
A NEW OCCUPATION.
Readers of the morning Adver
tiser noticed, iu reading the article
ou the ret in i) of an escaped lunatic
on tlio steamer Australia yesterday,
that ho was "a Portuguese by occu
pation." The question is naturally,
consideiing tho hard" times, going
the rounds, what kind or an occu
pation it is, and
any money in it
forgot to mention
ullty -perhaps he
whether thoio is
the man's uution-
was a bricklayer
by birth. ,
The new Hawaiian steel bark Ha
waiian Isles sailed from Swansea for
San Francisco, April 1st.
Messrs. Brewer & Co.'s now Ha
waiian steel ship Helen Brewer sail
ed from Glasgow, April 4th, for this
There arc three magnificent new
steel sailing vessels nt sea under the
Hawaiian flag, viz. : Hawaiian Isles,
Helen Brewer nnd Fooling Suoy.
Two others, the 4-niastcd barks R. P.
Rithct and John Ena, are now near
ing completion. The vessels were all
built in Scotland.
Cnpt. Reincy, late of the Charles
ton, In his official report to the
Secretary of the Navy, says that the
most economical rate of steaming for
the Charleston Is nine knots an hour,
on a coal consumption of HO to 33
tons a day.
II. H. M S. Pheasant arrived at
Esquimalt, April 7th, from Honolulu.
Her ollleera stated that they would
not be at all surprised if Wilcox
starts a revolution in Hawaii at any
It is reported that the steamer
Australia, due to-day from Hono
lulu, will have a new propeller put on
und take the place of the steamer
Alameda for one trip on the New
Zealand and Australian line while
the Alameda utidergoes repairs. The
steamer Zealandia is nearly ready for
service again, and according to the
report will take the Australia's place
on the Honolulu line. S. F. Chroni
cle. The steamer Uio .Janeiro, on her
recent speed trial, made over 17
knots. She has new engines and
THE ALBERT LEADS.
Considerable interest is centered
in the ocean race between the crack
vessels, the bark Albert and the bark
entines Planter and W. II. Dimond.
The' all started yesterday for San
Francisco. The Albert passed Koko
Head last night, and the Dimond this
morning at 5:15 o'clock, followed by
the Planter at u": 15 o'clock. This
morning the Albert was out of sight.
Captain Winding seems bent on
reaching the Golden Gate first.
THE ALOHA BAKERY.
ThePiue Ridge Bakery, 1221 Polk
street, below Bush, San Francisco,
lias been purchased by Mr. Julius
Kirsten. formerly with Hart & Co.,
of this city, and has been renamed
the "Aloha Bakery." Mr. Kirsten
solicits the custom of bis old Hono
lulu friends when in San Francisco.
A smaut boy is wanted for a store.
I'm. meet von at the Brunswick.
C. J. McCarthy has lots
elrcct for sale.
The Brunswick are the only Billiard
Parlors in town. ti-tf
Aktkk shaving tiho Cucumber Skin
'1 nine. Beiihon, Smith & Co., Agents.
Siinhijun relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bens-on, Smith it Co.,
Delicious eoifee and chocolate will
be Korved every morning eaily at the
Palace Ice Cream Parlor.-., Ludwigson,
& Ciou, 1 1 old stieei 1-tf
A.v advertiser in the Bui.leiin said
a recent announcement of now goods
therein for a month moie than paid
its cost the first week.
Wanted. Men to take names on
the Hawaiian Directory. Apply at 8
o'clock A. M. to
F. M. Hu.stkd,
0-lt Hawaiian Hotel.
(iEr your noots and Mines made
and repaiied by tho oltl Wuilukit
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on Kast
Hotel street. Fiist-claw, woik, low
Hoi.mstek & Co, have an advertise
ment that will keep you cool until
you reach their Arctic fountain, whore
ice cold sndu with the choicest and
purest fruit syrups are to ho had.
TiiuitE will be sold at Goveruinoni
building on May 2oih the lease for
ten years at $75 of muuka portion of
the Government land of Honulo,
North Komi, containing 710 acres.
Bhami'ooino and licud-wiibhiugilono
for ladies at their nsidence by MisH
Wolf, who can bo found at 7't Beio
luniit street, or by Mutual Telephone
(!!)(, before 8 a. in. or after IkM p. in.
itovAi, commissions have been is
sued by the (Jueeu to Mr. Justice
Biekorton as First Associate Justice
and Vice Chancellor, and to Mr.
Justice Dole as Second Asbociuto
Justice and Vice Chancellor.
This Hotel has recently added a large
Single Rooms 1 Batbs Attached
WHICH WILL UK let
Willi or "Without Jlotirtl.
-.IImii u KirHt-rlUHH ltHtiiuruiit.-v
3f0 3m Manager.
at this olllce.
for u store.
Wlum you wsuiii u Portrait
Enlarged call ou KiuuHroB.,
gel their price hut anil hvo
tmmnlus. They ctui!t be beat.
Are We On The Eve
This question seems rather start
ling at first 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 woll. A great
many of us arc "pretty well," others
aro not. This seat-on is particularly
trying. Those who uio well take
Sarsaparillas to keep oil' trouble j
those who are sick are taking thorn to
regain IomI health. We have Kerili
ner's, Ayer's, Joy's, Hood'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 niakiii window you will see
some bottles ot mineral waters. Thet-e
aro often prescribed by physicians for
various complaints and are said to be
elllcacioiui. You might try some
Butlalo Lit hi u Water, Hunyadi Janos
or Carlsbader Sprudel and see what
they can do for you.
"It's a splendid dentifrice," said a
gentleman after trying a sample of
Dr. Shetlield's Cream Dentifrice. Try
a samplo tube. Wo still have a few
free samples left.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner I fort it ICInir HtreolH,
SATURDAY EVENING, April 23
Grand Concert & Complimentary BoaeQt
UIVEN 11 V
MISS N. von GERICHTEN
ASSIST El) UY THE
U. S. F. S. San Francisco and
Royal Hawaiian Bands.
The Entertainment will consist of
Singing, Piano Solos, Violin Solos, Recita
tions, Etc , by Miss von Gerichton
By her Scholars, including
Gypsy Tumbourino Dance !
Highland Fling ! Tyrolean !
Irish Washeiwoman !
Full Progi amine will appear later !
Levey's IVJO 5t
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
On and after May 1st,
1892. the New and De-
Sg, sirublc Modern Residence
SfC of the uudersicned, on
Tliuiston Avenue, containing Largo Par
lor. Dining Room, Conservatory, Two
Bediooms, Dressing Room with Station
ary Wushstaml and Cedar Wauhobe,
Bathroom with Patent Closet and Hot
and Colli Water attachment, Pantries,
China Closet and Kitchen with New
Range, Hot Water Boiler and all attach
Large and convenient Stable on the
premises containing two large box-stalls,
carriage, harness and feed looms, and
Gi omuls L'OOx'200, beautifully laid out
and teiiaeed. The view is iiiibiii pasted
For further particulars see
XV. G. ASHLEY,
:i8-tf O. R. & L. Co.'s Depot.
New Cottage to Rent !
FINE Cottugo with Parlor, Dining
room Hull, 4 Large Bedrooms,
puss the door.
Kitchen and all modern
ygf For further Information apply to
O. .7. MCCARTHY,
115 Moxiituit street.
v TO IjKV
rpVO Nicely Furnished
JL Booms centrally located.
Enquire Bulletin Olllce. '
rpWO Fin niched Cottages,
X two looms hi each. Iteut
& E. PIEHCK,
Foit &Mci chant sts.
&. jyJVAL PREMISES, 31
Vnrjflm J Ituretanlt street, opiio
HHHH site Foit-sticct Chinch. Ap
ply to It. I. LILLIE,
IWi tf AtThco. II. Ditvius it Co.
HOUSE & LOT VOU SAL.1S.
Young street, Housu
contains live rooms,
kitchen, bathroom, etc. Lot
nuxHD feet. For further piutli'iilars
apply to JOSE MEDEIUOS,
37u liu Young stieot.
rPHE lloiiRo now occupied
I !y T. Smith, Esi on
itiiieiaiiia slreet next to Mr.
Loio. .Possession given on tlio 1st of
May next. For particuhtis hi()iiiic at
the Custom 1 louse.
3!M tf G. E. HOAltDMAN.
ear line ami
has u line sea view; 15 min
utes' walk to Post Olllce. Water main
uiiw through the lot. Pilco 8U7&J 9175
unsh balance in one and two years; In
teiest '1 percent seemed hy inoitgagej
title the best: 110 charge or iiapcrgj
Eiuiuhe at this otlU,-o
UW 'lllf 1 . J" J
AT THE TOP !
w vJ r
EAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcckels' Bank, Honolulu.
t Hi am.MmmMim
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, il-: s .O, -,-. V
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Sia Water, Ginpr All
DELI V EKED TO ANY
10!) Tort Strct, : : : : : s
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104 Fort s?crop., Honolulu.
Ladies' Muslin UnderweaT
OUR OWN WAKE
Special Value in Ladies' Night Gowns !
Sec what we are now selling for SI. 00 and SI. 25 I They are Well-made,
Good Cotton and Nicelv Trimmed I
OUK SKIRTS FOR 50 CENTS I CAN'T BE BEAT I
LADIES' CORSET COVERS !
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES 1
IN 18fi!) BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Business iu Honolulu are still extant, and the hnslness its originator and
pici-cnt pinpilutor lieie to stay, lliivlm; purchu;cd tho entire Interest of
the I ite linn of 11. 11. YVilllatun & Co., comprising the laic.tt stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Kver iu Honolulu; pi lnclully selected hy 11. II. Williams during his late three
months' visit to the Coast, I now offer this stock ami fiituiu additions for
CASH at pilces much less than heretofore charged.
HSrThe iimlerhlgncd In resiiinliic his old place and business would leaped
fully tender his grateful thiuiks for the liberal patronage of old friends ot this
and neighboring Islands, and hopes to mei It u continuance of their favors while
soliciting a thaio from new fi lends; und again offeis his services in
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
Hj Experienced and direful Men with Suitable Appuiatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men I
Sr PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -n
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IOO Fort Ntt-i'ft, Itrcwer BlocK.
irvidtiy, Saturihy and Mouditf, wo vlll olVei our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAR PRICE, 75,
8-Uutton Sao Gloves, 75o , regular price, .fl,
-SILK RIBBON, CHEAP FOR CASH t
5ej Njb.3, 75o j No. 5, 6; Nq,7..U 3tq..9.ii'.2ftt
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By untiring enterprise and
skillful management we have
reached a position Ut the top
of the hardwnre business in
"We've kept everlastingly at
it and by so doing we are able
to offer you goods that are all
that we rccomniMid them to
bo. Take lamps, for instance.
Is there a larger or better
assortment in the Kingdom,
and have vou ever heard of
Our assortment of
Lamps contains some
It's very refreshing these
warm days. Our Soda
10 K COLD
Syrups made from
Pure Fruit Juices
and Crul Apple- Cider
Honolulu. II. J.
ite Skirts !
" OLD " Stores
PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
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