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.minded correctly ut Honolulu mean noon,
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THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1802.
StmrJas Makccfrom Kauai
Stmr O H Bishop for Waiauae aud Wain.
Hi a at 10 u in
Stmr Iwalaul foi L'lhalua. Honokaa and
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii ut
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr O H Bishop 2847 baas sugar, 13
hides aud 4 p!;gs sundries.
Stmr J as Mukee 2290 bags Migar.
For Kauai per stmr Kaalu. April 20
lions GN Wilcox, V S Wilcox, W O
Smith aud Paul Isonberg.
From Kapaa pur stmr .las Makee, Apr
21 Dr Masuzawa, H Tbmlmifa and 4
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S San Fiauciseo, Itear-Adiniial
Drown, fiom San Diego
tf S Australia, Houdlette, from tean
Am i is stmr Morning Star, Garland,
fiom South Sea Islands
Ur ship Bentiiorc, Jenkins, fiom Liver
pool Am schr Aloha, from Poit Blakely
Bkl'anl Kenbcrgfrom San Fiaucisco
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
H I M S Iliei, Mori, fioiu.Iapau
S S Monowui, Carey, from S.m Francisco,
S S Alameda, Moise. from the Colonics,
Am bk Amy Turner, Joluiboii, fiom Bo
tou, .Jan. 10-15
Am bkt Katie Flickinger, from 1'uget
Sound, now due
Am ship J C Porter fiom Newcastle,
Am 4-mated sehr Robert Sudden (Ifu
hului) from S F due Apiil 10
Am bk Allien Bcsso (Kahului) from S F,
due April 12
Am schr Emm Cliiudiua from San Fran
cisco, duo April 30
Am schr Tinns-it from Snn Francisco,
duo Apiil 27
Am bktno Discovery from Sun Francisco,
due May 1
Am bk Colusa from San Francisco, duo
Am bktue S N Castle from San Fiau
cisco, due Maj- 3
Am ship Pactolii8, Beadle, from New
Am bk Sumatra, Thomas, from New
castle, N S W
Am 5-ni schr Louis, Hatch, fiom New
castle, Ni W
Am 3-m schr F S Kcdlleld, from New
Am 4-ni Echr Cairier Dove, Brandt,
from Newcastle, N S W
Haw bk Foong Buey, from Boston,
Haw ship Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
duo Aug 15
Nor lik lluvtmen, Evangen, fiom Ncw
flnstln. N 8 W
Am bk Margin ct from Newcastle, NSW 1
UK HIB1I10IU 11(1 111 INOWC0Slle, j a w
Britbk Veiitas from Newcastle, NSW
hVDoh Adelfo from Newcastle, N S W
Bk i.rcta fiom Newcastle, N S W
Nor bk Posedou, from Newcastle. NSW
Nor Bilg Duto from Newcastle, N S W
A small pchooucr, without any iiaiuu
painted on her, sailed out of the hat bur
The Morning Star canio off the Muiliio
Railway ycsteiday and Is at her old
The tug Eleu towed a scow loaded
with coals out to the dredger to-day.
The S U Allen is leceiving sugar from
tlio James Makee this afternoon.
NOTT-VAUGIIAN-In Honolulu, April
20, by Rev. Father Leuiinr, James
Nott, Jr., to Miss Llllie Vaughan.
UALL HER THE THISTLE.
I see that tlio new yacht from
Scotland has arrived and would sug
gest to the gentlemen owners that
she bo called tho Thistlo iu honor of
the place of her birth. I think this
ji the name for her.
LOCAL AND CENERAL NEWS.
Tun Falama rico ciops look luxuri
ant. Tiikhk was u niceting of tlio l'rvy
Council this morning.
Diamond Hkad, :i p. m, Weather
cloudy; wind, fresh east,
Hon. Paul Isonbcrg went to Kauai
yesterday on tlio steamer Kuala.
Tin:iiE wns u goodly number of
visitors to tlio Uinhop Museum this
Atwo-yiiaiioUI horso nunied Mono
win ran fourth in u race nt Sun Fran-
Look out for tlio iSm.i.iiriN to-nior-row,
as it will contain toinotliing of
very great interest.
Lam On, lately a clerk in Hon. L.
A. Thurston's olliop, is now reporter
of the Chinese Times.
Two JnpiuicstdoMirleid of contract
service with plantations on Kauai,
wcro oidercd to return this morning.
Tun S. S. Australia on lior last trip
down brought very small freight.
Yesterday about 3 :30 o'clock she fin
Tun dredge is working finely to
day, transfening the bar to Hono
lulu's commeice, in a state of solu
tion, behind the seawall on the reef.
Tiinm: is a war of freight rat on from
San Francisco to this port. One lino
advibcd its patrons heie of reductions
on their tnerchiindibO independent of
Tm; regular monthly meeting of
tho Y. M. C. A. will be held in their
pnrlurs this evening at 7 :30 o'clock.
The annual oleetjon of officers will
also take place.
Ka Maile store has become very
popular lately with tho ladies. The
latter will no doubt bo pleased to hear
that the store has received a new as
sortment of ladies' goods.
Mil, Jns. McGuiro, of Kailua, Konn,
Hawaii, leports tho collee plantations
in that region as blooming. What
before were small patches of tnro, arc
now beautiful expaiibcs of waving
Sin. SI. llyman's furniture will be
told at auction, at the residence, King
street, ut 10 o'elock to-morrow, by Sir.
Jas. F. Slorgan. See advertisement.
The family horse nnd caninge will be
ofTeied at 12 o'clock.
The Bulletin has had u call from
Mr. B. D. lliggs, a newspaper man
from ono of the extreme outposts of
North America, Pnnce Edward Isl
and. He is editor or tho Morning
Guardian of Charlottetown, tho capi
Tin: examination lias not been com
pleted as yet in the ejectment suit of
Okiiu vs. Hon. J. A. Cummins. In
the downstairs courtroom an as-sunip-Bit
unit by W. Wiight & Son against
W. C. Achi is being hoard before a
Pahika, oiio of the three arrested
at Waikiki for fishing with dynamite,
pleaded guilty in tho Police Couit
ibis morning and was sentenced to
twenty days' itnpiibonmcnt at haul
labor and to pay a line of $1. The
other I wo weio difcohaiged.
Hon. C. W. Ashfoul wishes tho
Bulletin to inform tho whole com
munity .is only this journal can
that he has no intention of speaking
on annexation this ovening, as an
nounced lie would in this morning's,
impression of tho journal of yestei
day. The anniversary boat race between
tho boat crews of tho Oxford and
Cambridge Universities took placo in
London on April 11th. Tho Oxfoid
won the race in nineteen minutes and
twenty-one seconds. Forty-five races
have altogether been lowed between
the two universities.
The Bulletin's informant in tho
alleged discharge of persons suspect
ed of leprosy has como forward to miv
that he meani a detachment that
came from Hilo by the steamer Lo
huu. Ho was not correct, however,
even as to them. Enquiry at tho
Bo.ud of Health office elicits tho in
formation that out of twelve suspected
four wero discharged.
EXAMINATION OF ACCOUNTS.
His Honor Judge Dole yesterday
examined and passed the administra
tors' semi-annual account; in the
estate of the late S. G. Wilder. Total
leceipts wero 15, 071. 4.5, and the
sumo was applied toward the pay
ment of certain liabilities of the
estate. W. F. Allen anil A. F.
Juild, administrators, in person.
To-day, before the Chief Justice,
the Court examined the annual ac
counts of W. O. Smith as guardian
of the l'aliau minors, and also of tho
Bridges minors, and the accounts
wero approved. Total receipts in
tho Pahau estate, $1191.75. Total
receipts in the Bridges estate, S3U0.
THE LAW LIBRARY.
The following reports aie now
added to the library of the Supreme
Court. They cam o by the? last Aus
tralia: Minnesota reportsl -l-l vol
umes' Wisconsin icports, 80 vol
umes j Texas reports, 80 volumes;
Oiegon reports, 20 volumes: Nevada
reports, 20 volumes, and Washing
ton reports, -1 volumes. Tho libiu'ry
now contains over -1200 volumes.
A traveling man who chanced to
bo in tho store of K, V. Wood, at
j Mc'Kcob Rocks, Pa,, suys while he
was waning to see Mr, woou, n lime
girl canio in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Biilni and
said ; "Slainma wants another hot
tie of thai medicine; she says it ie
tho best medicine for rheumatism she
over used," 30 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers, Benson, Smith &Co.,
THE NEW YACHT.
Tli Iiiilem iVitillllon to tho Vuclit
Our loenl yachtsmen nro awaiting
with much interest Ihe landingof tlio
new Fife yacht that i3 on board of
the lkiimore. When shipped nt
Liverpool she elicited the approbation
of the ynchlsinon thero on account,
of her fine lines nud appearance.
Her extreme length is 38 feet 10
inches, nlmosl ns long as Hon. W. G.
Irwin's yacht, the Ilcleno. She is
built on the same lines as the cele
brated yacht Minerva which Sir. Fife
himself brought over to the United
Stnlcs and sailed, winning till the
races lie entered. Her cabin fittings
arc of mahogany, blue velvet cush
ions on cabin seals, lamp fixtures on
side walls, with oilcloth on Iloor and
provided with numerous lockers in
varnished pine. Her rigging is of
galvanised wire and she has a full
outfit of sails consisting of main sail,
four jibs, two foresails, one jib top
sail, one jackyard topsail, one jib
headed lop sail, one spinnaker and
one try sail. She is the latest lype
of yachts, and wu have no djubt she
will give a good account of herself
in Hawaiian waters, and leflect credit
on her builders. It is understood
she will have Sir. Luther Wilcox at
the tiller in the coming races, making
it not unlikely that the cup that
graces the sideboard of a legal gen
tleman may possibly chamie its loca
tion. All the ballast of this yacht,
which is lead and weighs several
tons, is on her keel. In fact it is
heavier than the yacht herself. This
is the latest and by no means the
least addition to our licet of yachts
which now consists ot the Hawaii,
Ilcalani, Helenc and Spray, and it is
anticipated a very interesting and
enjoyable yachting season will soou
ACCIDENT TO THE ADMIRAL.
An Unfiirliiiiuti; Slip Giiincm Severe
Injury to Ail in I ml llroivu.
About 5 o'clock yesterday after
noon, after the Bulletin had gone to
press, a message wai received that
Admiral George Brown had met with
an accident in which he broke his
leg. Investigation proved that the
information was substantially cor
rect, the popular Admiral's left
knee cap having been sprung, his
ankle sprained and one of the liga
ments of his leg broken. The acci
dent happened while the Admiral
was coming down the steps of Mr.
W. W. Hall's residence. The
Admiial was carried to I is cottage
at the Hawaiian Hotel. He rested
easily last night. The injury to his
leg is not consideied serious and will
easily be repaired. The Admiral,
however, will be confined to his bed
tor about a month, when it is con
sidered the limb will havo become fit
to use again. Doctor Edgar of the
D. S. F. S. San Fiancisco is attend
ing the patient. When the news
reached the ship the men felt tho
misfortune and at once had a letter
of sympathy written to Admiral and
TACOMA MADE PROTEST.
Washington, April 11. The Navy
Department is informed that the
United Slates ship Mohican has gone
to Esquimalt, B. C, to lie docked in
the British navy yards for necessary
repairs, occasioned by running on a
rock and losiug about ten feet of her
Secretary Tracy to-day received a
telegram from Tacoma merchants
protesting against the Slohican's
going to an English dry dock when
she might have been icpaired just
as well at Tacoma. The Secretary
says lie was not aware that the Ta
conia dry dock was finished or was
cupable of receiving n vessel the size
of the Mohican, and as the Mohican
was en route to the Behring sea it
was easier to have her repaired at
Esquimalt than to bring her back to
Miss von Gerichtcn's entertain
ment in the Opera House on Satur
day evening promises to be first-class
in every depaitment. The fair young
manager lias taken great pains in
bringing the company up to a high
state of proficiency. They will bo
assisted by the Royal Hawaiian and
the U. S. F. S. San' Frnncisco bands.
The Tyrolean dance will be executed
by a party of children. Little Slaud
Stevenson will give tho Gypsy tam
bourine dance, nnd little Bertha
Heine the Highland fling, Secure
seats, by all means, iu lime at the
Hawaiian Hotel or Mr. Levey's of
fice. OPIUM USERS LET CO. .
Three Chinese, Ah In, Ah Sin and
Kano See were arrested on April 8th
at tho Chinese Theater by Captain
Hubcit Paikcr for smoking opium.
A can of opium and smoking appa
ratus were found in the room where
the Chinamen were found. The trial
of tho Chinese was postponed fiom
time to time. Finally the caso camo
up in tho Police Court to-day, when
the prosecution nol. pros'd tho
A Portuguese fUhcirauu caught an
immense porpoise, measuiing live or
six feet, otf the harbor this morning,
He brought It to tho luhinaikel
".there it met ready sale at twenty,
live cents a junk. The Portuguese
started out sguiu after selling the
fish to seek a lepctition of his rare
The best spring medicine iu a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills, fhoy
not only pliysio but demise the whole
system and purify tho blood. For
buU by Bunion, Smith & Co., Agents.
WHAT THEY SAY.
That tho dredger is all right.
That tho largest steamer on the
Pacific can soon enter the harbor.
That the one-sided Beretania
street improvement is going through
this lime without change of cars.
That Beretania will never look like
a street till the quarry railroad on it
be taken up-
That when the present operations
nro concluded a hiau will be given to
Road Supervisor Cumiiiiiigs on the
old baseball grounds.
That the conveniences of the city
are being extended to the now town
lots on the Makiki plains.
Tnat Cutnmings, Jock White and
Cassuly nro tho precursors of urban
civilization, bringing streets, water
That Tramways Pain should be on
the heels of those pioneers, with
rapid transit bj' mule if not electric
That this year's season of scarcity
in water supply will be worse than
last aud more of it.
That the Honolulu firemen will all
disband and let the underwriters put
out fires, if the coming session docs
not provide for n new central station.
That the journal of yesterday ad
mits that its wit is sawdust ring rub
bish eighteen years old.
That the circus sheet dare not
meet the Bulletin's offer to allow
the public to investigate the matter
That a case of single blessedness
going away on the Australia will
never return, as it will bo trans
mogrified into a case of matrimonial
Thar the Bulletin building will
have the handsomest front in Hono
lulu. That the Chinese are giving the
country a bad name for crime.
That the case of infanticide should
have gone to a jury.
That mysterious disappearances of
Chinese infants are not uncommon.
That the Advertiser disputes con
clusions on records of Cook's visit,
and contends that the great navigator
did deserve death by courting divine
honors from the natives.
That if the natives then were like
the ones who drive carts on the Hono
lulu roads, they were brutal enough
That the S. P. C. A. should be re
vived in Honolulu.
That Grilllth, author of the Ad
vertiser's mail robbery and murder
fake, will be in the museum of the
World's Fair as the most grotesque
liar of the age.
That Sir. Bishop's coming article
on the Volcano will be illustrated aud
attract high scientific attention
That tourists when they hear the
Royal Hawaiian Band invariably ut
ter the hope that it will appear at the
That a fair visitor was heard to re
mark that there was nothing to com
paro witli our band abroad, especially
in the feature of vocal interludes by
That it will give the stay-at-homes
a severe wrench to say good-bye to
the band, but they will try to bear
up heroically till it comes back.
That the visiting ladies say Band
master Berger is "just lovely."
That our typos built a big ship the
other da- by the magical process of
dropping a couple of decimal points.
That Ka Leo's fresh paints on pol
itics are" usually like pea porridge
hot ten days old.
That the Advertiser's ballot box
That all but three of the ballots
were cast by Advertiser employees.
I'll meet vou at the Brunswick,
(J. J. McCarthy has lots on Lilihu
street for sale. !l-tf
The Brunswick are the only Billiard
Parlors in town. l'-tf
See additions to Miss von Gcrich
teu'a program for Saturday evening.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
'liitno. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
SUNimnN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Boni-on, Smith it Co.,
Delicious coii'ce and chocolate will
bo sex veil every morning early at tho
l'al. loo Ico Cream Parlors, Ludwigscn,
it Cion, Hotel stieet. 1-tf
Get your noots and shoes made
and repuiicd by the old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Toknnieh, on E.iil
Hotel street. Fiist-elass work, low
pi ices. -1-tl
Slit. II. ". Gluilu is officially an
nounced us having resumed his func
tions, respectively, as Imperial Gor
man Consul mid Austro-Hungarian
Sn amcooino and head-washing dona
for ladioH at then residence by S(is
Wolf, who can bo found ut 73 Hore
tunia streot, or by Shituul Telephone
G'JO, before 8 a. m. or after f :!10 p. in.
Fon anything you havo to sell, for
anything you desire to buy, for all
wants and purposes of publicity, there
is no medium for reaching tho whole
community to bo compared witli tho
Cuutain s mil's in Madrases, etc ,
blouses anil other new ludico' goods,
have just been added to the largo
btocl: always on hand at tho Temple
of Fashion. Boys' clothing a speci
alty, at very low prices to suit tho
at this oftlcu.
for a store,
" Wluiii you wuut a Portrait
Enlarged cull on lUun Bros.,
gft their pi ico Hut aud bi-o
Bainplon. They can't bo beat.
RELEASED FROM CUSTODY.
A Prisoner Without Property In IMm.
rlinrjieil from Hervllijile.
Tho Police Justice gave the follow
ing finding in the case of Knlli, n
native prisoner, in the Police Court
this morning: That Knili having
been in Oahu Prison on ten initti
mus3es from various Courts on Kauai
dated from January, 1881, to June,
1888, for larceny, house-breaking,
gross cheat and other offenses, and
it now appealing to Judges Foster
and Wilcos that he haa no property,
he is discharged from custody under
Sec. 2, Chap. 31, of the Penal Code,
as amended, which reads ns follows:
2. When a fine is not paid imme
diately following the offender's con
viction, he shall be committed to
ptisou tlieic to remain at hard labor
or otherwise, in tlio discretion of the
court or magistrate, until such fine
is paid, or collected out of the of
fender's property as prescribed in
the above section. Provided, how
ever, Hint when any poor convict
shall have been impiisoncd for the
space of one year for fine, or for fine
and costs only, or for cither of them,
any two magistrates may order such
convict to be brought beforo them
for examination, and if upon enquiry
they shall be satisfied that lie has
not, since his conviction, had any
estate, real or personal, with which
he could have paid the sum for which
he stood committed, and that he is
held for no other cause, they may
direct the jailor or other person hav
ing him iu custody, to discharge such
convict from prison.
Are We On The Eve of a
This question seems rather start
ling at first blush But wo do not
mean a political revolutiuneuding in
blood. We simply menu fa revolution
of practical usefulness.' You can't bo
useful unless you're well. A great
many of us are "pretty well," others
are not. This season is particularly
trying. Those who uro well take
Sarsaparilliis to keep off trouble ;
thobe who are sick are taking them to
regain lost health. Wo htno Sciib
ner's, Ayer'b, 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 mnkai window you will set'
somo bottles of mineral waters. These
aro often prescribed by physicians for
various complaints and are said to be
efficacious. You might try some
Buffalo Li thin Water, Hunyudi Junos
or Carlshader Sprudel and see what
they can do for you.
"It's a splendid dentifrice," said n
gentleman after trying a sample of
Dr. Sheffield's Cream Dentifrice. Try
a sample tube. We still have a few
free samples left.
HOBRON. NEWMAN & CO..
r KUGG IWTTH.
Corner Fort Ss JClnic MutreotH.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
On and after May 1st,
1S02, tho New and De
sirable Modern Residence
of the undeiwijrncd. on
Thurston Avenue, containing l.aige Par
lor. Dining Room, Conservatory, Two
Bediooms, Dressing Boom with Station
ary Wiislistaml iiinl Cedar Waidrobe,
Bathroom witli Patent Closet and Hot
and Cold Water iittiiehinent. Pantries.
China Closet and Kitchen witli New
Range, Hot Water Boiler and all attach
Largo and convenient Stable on the
premises containing two large box-stalls
cat i luge, harness and feed rooms, and
Oi omuls 200x200, beautifully laid out
and terraced. Tho view is uusuipassed
For further particulars see
W. G. A SULLY,
3BG-tf O. II. & I.. Co.'s Depot.
New Cottage to Rent !
FINE Cottugo with Parlor, Dining
room Hull, 4 Largo Bedrooms,
Bath, Puntiy, Kitchen aud ull modern
Improvements. Boietunla street-ears
pass tho door,
fCT" For further Information apply to
85 Merchant stroct.
rpWO Nicely Furnished
X. Booms centrally located.
Enquire Bulletin Olllce.
rpWO Furnished Cottages,
X two looms In each. Hem
$M. Apply to
Cor. Flat & Mejchant sts.
DUVAL PREMISES, 31
Beretanli street, opoo
slto Foit-stieut Chinch. Aii
R. 1. LlbLIE,
AtTheo. H, Davlea & Co.
HOUSE & LOT FOIt SALE.
.tttUL ( H' YU,1B street, House
jfJCiSJJSvk f contulna five rooms,
WJBBkm kitchen, bathroom, clo. Lot
KOxMU feet. For fuithcr piullcularg
apply to JOSE MEDKUtOS,
370 lm Young gtieot.
THE Hou8o now occupied
by T. Smith, Esq., on
Beretania street next to Mr.
LobO. Possession given on thu Ut ot
May ueM. For particulars Inquire- at
the Custom House.
80t tl G. E. UOARDMAN.
AT THE TOP !
W; f P
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcckcls' Bank, Honolulu.
THE HIGHEST GRADE OF BOTTLED
Mil, Glgger Ale end Grao Apple. Cite!
DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CIl'Y.
H'OLLISTER & CO.,
101 Fort Ktrt'ct.
104 Fort j?tro?t, Honolulu.
OUR OWX MAKE
Special Value in Ladies' Night Gowns !
See what we are now selling for S1.00 and 81.25 1 They are Well-made,
Good Cotton and Nicelv Trimmed I
OUR SKIRTS FOR 50 CENTS 1 CAN'T BE BEAT I
LADIES' CORSET COVERS 1
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES 1
IU1- 1 -VVill -" - -iX iGMi- - Uk I j .-
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1859 BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cabinet Making, DpIiOuicria; ifililurMin
Business in Honolulu are s'lll ox'anr, and the bulni's. is orlglnitor and
present pinpiietnr hcio to tav. Ilaviiu pmcliu-d the ouiiie Inieio-tnf
the lulu Hi in of II. 11. llilains & Co., cuinjnltlng the l.ugest Stock uf
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; pi luelp illy selected by II. II WlllhuiH durlntr liU Isi'othico
months' Mt to the Chiim, I now offer this Mock and Iu me ailditlous for
OAslI ai pi ices much Un than h lUuloro charged.
t&" Thn undeislgiied in lesuining his old place and business w 'iild icspect
fully tender hl- gratoii.l tlr'mk- for the liberal putrouugu ot o d friends ni thU
and neighboring IaIiiikIs, m,d hnpu t uieilt a roiiiliiuuiico of their Livoib while
soliciting a f-liaic fiom new liicuds; uud agal i offers his services hi
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced aud Caicful Men whh Suitable 'App.ir.itU4.
M idling of Supjrior Qjalily Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
COT PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. a
O -tV. W IX 5 'X? O 1-5. 13 !
IOO Fort Ntreet, - Itrtwer ItlocK.
Krliluy, Htnrtl ty imtl .Mouiluy, wo -will ofTijx- out
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAR PRICE, 75 j
8 Button Sao Uloves, 75o., regular prico, $1.
ALL-SILK lllBBOK", CHEAP FOR OASM I
No. 2. C5c", No. 3, 73o; No. 6, 80u; No.7.$L; No. 9, SLj!5;
No.ril.-lOj No. 10, $1,75. " y-
By untiring enterprise nnd
skillful management we have
reached 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 you goods that are all
that we recomm Mid them to
be. Take lamps, for instance.
Js there a larger or better
assortment in the Kingdom,
and have you ever heard of
Our assortment of
Lasips contains some
It's very refreshing these
warm days. Our Soda
And our Syrups made from
Pure Fruit Juices !
Honolulu II. I,
ite Skirts !