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Leavo Honolulu. ..0:15 845 1:45 4:35f
Arrivollonoullull..7:2C 11:57 2:57 6:35f
Loavollonouliull..7:3o 10:43 a i4'4 B:42
Arrive Honolulu. ..8 :5 11:65 4:55 G:60t
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Arrive Pnarl City.
Loavo Pearl City.. 0:00 ..
Arrive Honolulu.. .0:40 ..
t Saturdays only.
TIiIch. Hun mill .lloon.
IV 0. J. tVONR.
Last iiiuutor of tlio moon on tlio llith nt li.
5lim. p, in.
Tlio tlino hIrhiiI for tlio port Is ulvon nt 12n.
,0m. Ost-c. (mlilnlKhO of Uieenwlcli tlmoor
Hi. 2Sm. 34bcc. p. in. of Honolulu Ousun-ntory
time. It Is ai en by tlio steum wlilutlo of tlio
Honolulu Planing Jim, a fw 1 above
tlio Custom House, llio snuio wnlstlo is
flOumlod coiTPctly nt Honolulu inonn noon,
ObsurvutTvuioilUlnn.oi 10b. 31m. 20800. of
Uieonwlcli . .o
FRIDAY, APRIL 22, 1892.
Stmr Polo from Kauni
Schr Kularnauu fioiu Kohala
Stmr W G Hall for Maul and Hawaii at
10 a m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Pole 2G05 bags sugar and 31 green
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr W G
Hull, April 22 Bishop Willis, Master
JMarquese, 4 ofl'fiis and GO deek.
Fiom Maknwell per stmr Tele, Apiil
i!2 I Dixon and 1 depk.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S San Fiauciseo, Rear-Admiral
Brown, from Sun Diego
5 S Australia, .Uoiidlette, from San
Am' is stmr Morning Star, Garland,
f loin South hea Islands
Br ship Benmore, Jenkins, from Liver
pool Am schr Aloha, fioui Port Blakely
BkPanl Iseuberg fiom San Francisco
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
H I M S lliel, Mori, from Japan
6 S Mouowni, Cai oy, from San Francisco,
ti S Alameda, Morse, from the Colonies,
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, fiom Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am ship J (J Porter fiom Newcastle,
Am 4-mnsted schr Robert Sudden (Ka
liuliit) fiom S F due April 10
Am bk Aldcu Besso (Kahului) from S F,
duo Apiil 12
Am schr Emm Claudinn from Sau Fran
cisco, duo April 30
Am seltr Transit from San Francisco,
due April 27 '
Am bktue Discovery from Sau Francisco,
duo May 1
Am bk Colusa from San Francisco, duo
Am bktue S N Castle from San Fran
cisco, due May 3
Am ship Pactoluu, Beadle, from New
Am bk bumatra, Thomas, from New
Am 5-m schr Louis, Hatch, from New
castle, rN S'W
Am 3-mschr F S Redlleld, fiom New
Am 4-m Schi Cairler Dovp, Brandt,
' ' from Newcastle, N S V
Haw bk Foong Suey, from Boston,
Juno 30 .
Haw ship Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 15
Nor bk Ilavtruen, Evangou, from New-
. caftle, NSW
Am bk Margin et from Newcastle, NSW
Bk Elslnore from Newcastle, N S W
Bntbk Veiitas from Newcastle, NSW
Rk (.'i eta from Newcastle, NSW
Nor bk PosedOu, fro'ra New castle, NSW"
Nor Brig Dato'from Newcastle, N S W
The American schooner Aloha llnlshed
discharging her cargo of lumber 'yester-
lluy uneiuoou anu was imuieu
KimiU Wharf this' morning to toko'ln
uno American iiuik b
C Allen was
hauled over to tho O K & L Co'b wharf
The dredger U working well to-day, as
tho swell has gone down to a great ex
teut. RUFFLED BLISS.
Mrs. J. A. Kaukau, wife of an ex
Ilepresenlntive from Lahainu, Maui,
deserted her liuaband lately, Their
homo was at Kaananali, Lalmina.
fJ.'ho ex-member of the Legislature
located his better-half in flonolulu
arid had her arrested, charging her
with desertiou, contrary to the laws
of the Kingdom. Mr. Kaukau, how
ever, interviewed his wife with re
gard to whether she would give up
her foolish whims, when she consent
ed. This morning the matter was
amicably settled and Mr. and Mrs.
Kaukau will mutually try to sraoothu
the rulled sea of their matrimonial
Seouue tickets In time for MIsb von
Gericliten's concert at tho Opera
I g 5 g
a. S 5 5 5 h
r,5 S B Hi's
House to-morrow evomug.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
clear j wind) light south-east.
KAWAtAHAo Church choir will Bing
ul Miss von Guriuliton'B concert to
Hon. W. 11. Oomwoll wits an out
going passenger hy tho steamer NV. Q.
Hall this morning.
A CONFKKENCB bdtWCOIl UlO ItOlld
Hoard ami tho watering cart men will
bo hold on Monday.
Native singing, fairy dancing, tlou
blo hand music, raro solo singing all
at Saturday evening's concert.
Whkn tho eugar season ends, sovoral
of the coasting gteamers will bo laiu
up for want of something to do.
The steamer 1'clo returned from
Mnkawoli, Kauai, this morning. Tho
plantation boilers wcro landed safely.
Bathing parties at Waikiki havo
become daily occurrences during the
last fow days, owing to tho Bdvenl of
Governor George C. Perkins and
Mrs. Perkins of California were re
ceived by Her Majesty the Queen this
morning at 10 :30 o'clock.
The Scottish Thistle Club will cclc
brnto itB first anniversary on Monday
evening with a smoking concert in its
roonid on Merchant street.
The Sons of St. George will hold a
social at Arion 1111 on Monday even
ing, in which tho wives and families
of members will participate
The band will give a concert at
Queen Emma hall this evening. To
morrow the regular afternoon concert
will bo given at Emma Square.
A native uumed Kaukali, employee
of the 1. 1. S. N. Co., deserted con
tract servico yesterday. This morn
ing he was ordered to return and pay
costs of Court.
The U. S. 1 S. San Francisco had
a boat drill in the h irbor this morn
ing. A largo concourse of people
witnessed the different maneuvers of
the San Francisco's men.
The Crencent and Kamehamcha
ball teams are hard at practice for
their ball game to-morrjw. The col
legians harbor an over-confident feel
ing which may provo fatal to thorn.
The first of a series of weekly auc
tion sales of horses will take place to
morrow (Saturday), at 12 noon, by L.
J. Levey, at the stock yard in rear of
the office of Hon. J. I. Dowsett,
Of the four X'olled cattle brought
by the ship Benmore, only two were
imported by Hon. W. G. Irwin. The
other bull and cow of equal pedigree
to those of Mr. Irwin were imported
by Hon. S. M. Damon.
A suitscmi'TiON list is being circu
lated for instruments to equip a brass
band projected by a number of Portu
guese and to be called the "Concor
dia." What has become of the old
.band in tho Portuguese colony?
A photo of the Chinese found
murdered on the city front Sunday
morning is exhibited at the Police
Station. Notwithstanding the $700
reward for the p)urderer's apprehen
sion, no clue has as yot been found.
A numdeii of visiting touriBts called
on Her Majesty the Queen during tho
day, and were gracefully received.
They wero shown through the Throne
and Courtroom by Major J. V. Ro
bertson, Her Majesty's Chamberlain.
Mr. P. M. Lucas has resigned the
stewardship of tho Hawaiian Hotel,
in which ho made hosts of friends, to
become an emperor that is, take
charge ot the "Empire." He will
treat his own and the house's friends
His Honor the Chief Justice will
be the presiding judge at tho May
term of tho Third Judicial Cir
cuit Court to bo hold in Hilo on tho
first Tuesday of next month. The
Judge goes by the Kinau on Tuesday
Mk. C. J. Lyons, in charge of the
weather service, observed twenty-eight
.spots in five clusters on the sun at
noon to-day. He behoves that these
solar disturbances may account for
the prevailing eccentricity of tho
Mits. Addie Blanchurd has brought
suit fur divorce against her husband,
H. L. Blanchurd, in the Supremo
Court. This suit has been added to
the April calendar. Divorce suits are
heard on Saturdays, but owing to
counsel not being ready, no cases
were heard last Saturday.
KAMS AND CRESCENTS.
To-morrow's baseball game will be
between tho junior teams of tho
league Kamobanieua ant Crescent.
Percy Lfshman 'will pitch the 'first
low """"H "V ,l"u "
f Angus will finish the game. The
following are the teams:
KAMB. POSITION. OKESOENTS.
S. Manuka.. . ...lb J, Soper.
W. Ahia r.f D. Carter
R. Bukor c O. Willis
P. Davis 3b G. Angus
C. Kaanoi If C. Holt
R. Puhau 2b, W. Wilder
G. dimming. . .s.s L, Hart
W. Muhuula. . . . ,p P, Lishman
J. Harbottlo. . . ,e.f V. Thrum
AH ENTERpRSIH6 DRUMMER.
A gentleman with a little capital
behind him lately started buying
goods at tho assignees' sales of bank
rupt stocks, securing a large lot of
general merchandise almost dirt
cheap. This enterprising man in
conjunction with a friend got out a
license and visited Kauai two weeks
ago, for the purpose of disposing of
his stock, In (jyu days tlje drqinmer
plpared 3,0fl prgQt. flip 8tP,c VwMl
be took wjth him, wB cleared, pill,
and lie returned for more, sailing
again for the same destination last
Muuiltouiit Gilt of Citizens
tii Hid Quuun.
Dmcrlntloii or tlio IiintrMiiiont mill
Mention lias been made at various
times in the Bulletin of a beautiful
Fischer piano made of Hawaiian
woods at the manufactory in Now
York, the latest being of ils arrival
here. The piano is a gift from citi
zens of Honolulu. A committee on
behalf ot tho donors, consisting of
Messrs. John F. Hackfeld, John
Phillips and John II. Soper, made
the formal presentation of the piano
to Her Majesty at lolani Palace at
2:30 this afternoon.
There were in attendance on the
Queen Their Excellencies Sam'l
Parker and H. A. Widcinann, Minis
ters, Major Jas. W. Robertson, 11.
M.'s Chamberlain, and Mrs. C. B.
Wilson and Mrs. Charles Clark
ladies-in-waiting. Mr. Philh'ps r;ud
the address of presentation, to which
Her Majesty feelingly replied.
The addiess reads as follows;
"To Heu Majesty Lii.iuokai.ani,
Queen or the Hawaiian Isl
The instrument is a concert grand,
made by the well-known firm of J.
and C. Fischer & Co. of New York.
The case is of koa, an island wood
which, when worked up and pol
ished, is simply beautiful. The
wood for this piano was sent to New
York by Mr. J. H. Soper of the Ha
waiiab News Co., who arc the agents
in these islands for these pianos, and
L through whom this instrument was
obtained. It is very evident that the
most experienced workmen wero
employed in making the case of this
grand piano, for it is a magnificent
piece of work, and highly polished.
The three legs are heavy and of very
pretty design, so is tho pedal stand.
Right over the keyboard on either side
is the initial letter L surmounted by a
crown. The Hawaiian coat of arms,
colored, ornaments the center over
the keyboard. On the right end of
the piano is a rather large coat of
arms, also in colors.
The high musical qualities of the
Fischer pianos have been repeatedly
acknowledged in the most eulogistic
terms by many of tho leading pianists
and musicians. The tone of this
piano is powerful, clear, brilliant,
and pure, 'while the touch is ciisp.
The instrument is in every way
worthy of a position in the palace of
Her Majesty Queen Liliuokalani.
The address accompanying the
presentation is a piece of illuminat
ing the best of Viggo Jacobsen's
work. The text is written in a Ger
man round hand. The large initials
and the border are executed in the
Hibernio-Saxon or Celtic style, much
seen in old Irish MSS. It is dis
tinguished by its interlacing bands
and inextricable coils of lizards, grif
fins and birds, as well as by great
boldness in the choice of brilliant
colors. The address is enclosed in a
fine frame of dark oak with a narrow
lining of an oxidized silver tint.
"We desire to approach Your Maj
esty with the most profound feelings
of loyalty and the truest friendship
for you as our beloved Queen and a
Hawaiian lady, and venture most re
spectfully to ask Your Majesty's ac
ceptance of this musical instrument
as a token of our loyal botnage.
"Blending as it does the products
of the Hawaiian forests with the skill
of foreign artisans, it is symbolic
of the happy bonds of friendship
which unite our Hawaiian King
dom with the neighboring shores,
and while we pray that its har
monious notes may ever help to
cheer and soothe Your Majesty
and lighten the sorrows of heart
which are the inheritance of all man
kind, may it also servo to gladden
Your Majesty when in the enjoyment
of happy and unclouded social pleas
ure and to remind you of the faithful
aloha of your loyal subjects.
"Praying that Your Majesty may
long live to reign over 'a happy,
prosperous and contented people,
antTto realize the highest and best
unilntlons that exist in your heart
for the service of your kingdom, the
accomplishment of your duty, and.
tlio love of your country, wo
are. with most respectful greetings,
'.'Your Majesty s most dutiful sub
jects, "(signed on behalf of the donors),
"J. F. Hackveld,
" JonN Phillips,
"Jno. II. Sopek,
A verdict was given in the case of
Okuu vs. J. A. Cummins, ejectment,
before Chief Justice Judd, by a Ha
waiian jury yesterday. They award
ed judgmeut for possession of the
laud'fo the plaintiff. C. W. Ashford
for the plaintiff j F. M. Hatch and
Cecil Brown for the dofendant.
In tho downstairs courtroom before
Judge Bickerton and a mixed jury,
was heard tlie ussurapalt suit of Aul
vs. 8. Paaluhi. A verdict was ren
dered in favor of plaintiff for the re
covery of 999. J. M. Kaneakua not
ed exceptions and made a motion for
a new trial.
Both juHps, liayp been dlaudsaed
until Monday morning.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-88
1 column! of Interesting rending
matters, Mulled to loreigu countries,
5; Islands 4.
ONLY1 DUE OF M'aNY.
How Clilncno lnrbrini'i-n Ut Hack on
In the Police Court AH Ti, n Chi
naman, was arraigned on a charge of
having opium in possession. Ah Ti
entered a plea of not guilty, and Of
ficer Spencer, who mudo tho, arrest,
was placed on the stand. Ho testi
fied that he found the defendant in a
very suspicious position with a rati
of Insce opium, a pipe mid needle in
his possession. Another Chinamati
was called who stated that he had
never known Ah 11 to smoko or have
opium in his possession and that hu
was not present nt tho time of the
arrest. The prosecution having de
pended on this man's evidence to cor
roborate the olllcer's testimony and
convict Ah Ti, was nonplussed ut this
denial. The case was accordingly
nol pros'd. Tho Crown prosecutor
has often had similar cases in whicli
the informer has testified before tho
Court directly contrary to private
statements made to officials. Tho
presumption is that when a prisoner
learns who the informer is he buys
him off, and the informer, if a Celes
tial, almost invariably accepts the
- ADVERTISING NOTES.
A landlord's salo is advertised.
I'll meet you nt tho Brunswick.
C. J. McCauthy has lots on Lililin
Btreot for sale. 3-tf
The Brunswick aro thoonly Billiard
Purloin in town. 6-lf
K. Podeyn has nn assignee's notice
in re estate G. H. McLnm.
Hawaiian Council, American Le
gion of Honor, will meet this evening.
Aftek shaving use Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Delicious coil'ee and chocolate will
be berved every morning early at the
Palace Ico Cream Parlors, Ludwigbcn,
& Cron, Hotel street. 1-tf
Get your noots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wniluku
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on Ent
Hotel bticct. Fiist-class work, low
Siiamtooino and head-washiugdone
for ladies at their residence by Miss
Wolf, who can be found at 73 Bere
taniu street, or by Mutual Telephone
09(5, before 8 a, in. or after 5 :!J0 p. in.
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of E. V. Wood, at
McKces Rockg, Pa,, says whilp he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and,
said : "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine ; she says it ie
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
HlWAiM OPERA HOUSE.
SATURDAY EVENING, April 23
Grand Concert 4 Complimentary BeitQt
MISS N. von GERICHTEN
ASSISTED IlY THE
TJ. S. F. S. San Francisco and
Royal Hawaiian Bands.
67 Among tho numbers of the pro
gramme aro :
Song Serenade by Fraiitz Apt
Master Einilc Rnrudt, Little Ilurtlia
Heluo and Little Maud Steveuson,
pupils of MIhs Gcrlchten.
Piano Solo Invitation a la Vulse.. .
.,.., Uarl U. von Weber
Gypsoy Tninliouiluo Danco (In cos
tume), from the Opera Bohemlau
Little Maud Stevenson.
Flute Solo By Mr. L. Barsattl
lteoltatlou Tho Whtker
The Highland Fling (in costume).
. f Little Ilertha llelnc.
Violin Solo Homo Sweet Home, with
Tlie IrNh Wht VY0'11"- A comical
' dance (In costume).
Liltlo Maud Stevenson.
Clai lonctto Solo
Mr. Ch is. Grasscott of S. F. Baud.
Miss Genchteu will also do her famous
Hornpipe and Sailor Souu (in costume)
with Hawaiian Flair. Theio will alho
be other lino features, Including Sing
ing, Musical Solos, etc.
jSrHeserveil Seats and tickets can
be had now at Mr. L. J. Levoy's stoic,
91.00, 75c. and SOe.
Tome One ! Coino All !
Tho Flrnt Salo to bo hold
On SATURDAY, April 2'A,
AT 1)4 OMJI.OOII NOUN'.
At tho Premises in tho rear of tho otllee
of J. I. Dowsett, on Quoen street.
Honolulu, Apill 14,1893. ' 3U5 ft
Island Shells and Curios 1
1 HOLESALK and letall, cheap for
T T uasli, at 101 Fort street, uoiwcen
Ehlert' dty goods
store and J rank
Uerht's shoo store.
Are- WffOn Tii Eve of" a
. S Revolution?
This question mionif rather start
ling at liist blush, lint wo do not
mean a political lovolution ending in
blood. Wo simply moan a resolution
of practical iis-efulness. You can't be
HHcftil unless you're well. A great
iniiuy of iirt urn "piotty well," others
are not. This ueueon is particularly
living. TIiihc who aro well take
HiiriiiparilhlA to keep oil' trouble;
tin u e who uio sick aro taking thorn to
logiiiu lost health We hao Scrib
nor's, Ayi r's, Jiij'i, Hood's mid Bris
tol's Saisaparillas They purify and
cniich the blood; it makes food
nourishing, work pleasant, sleep re
freshing and life enjoyable.
In our ninkai window you will nee
some bullies of mineral waters. Those
n ro often picHcribid by physicians for
vniious cumphiiutt. and are said to be
cllloiu'ioiu. "You might try eonio
Butlalo Lilhia Water, Hunyadi Janus
or Carlshader ipi udel and bco what
they can do for you.
"It's a splendid dentifrico," said a
gentleman after trying a sample of
Dr. Sheffield's Cream Dentifrice. Try
a sample tube. Wo still haie a few
free samples left.
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Fort te IClnir HIi'uclH.
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Having acquired tho property of the
Union lion Works Co. offer for
sale at reduced rates
Hardware & Merchandise 1
Bar Iron and Steel,
, Lnrge assortment;
Gas Pipe & Fittings, Brass Valves,
. Globe, Auglo & Cheek, Iron & Steel
Plates, large assortment;
Blank Nuts, hexagon and .quaic,
hot and cold piesed; Boiler Tubes,
Boiler Itlvets, Biass Rod & Ilrasb
Pipes, Etc., Etc.
Also, all Surplus Slock of Machinery.
Small Cdbtlcgs, Jobbings & Rep.ilr Work
Attended to with despatch.
86T For terms apply at otllee Queen
street, orP.O.BoxMBO; Mutual Tel. IS7.
:i92 2w Padfi Iron Wor,ks Co.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
On and after May 1st,
1M)2, tho New nnd De
piruble Modern Resilience
of the undesigned, on
Thin ston Avenue, cont lining Laigo I'.ir
lor. Dining Boom, Conseivatory Two
Bcdiooins, Drebsing Boom with Station
ary Wnshstaud and Cedar Wjidrobc,
Iinthroom wl'h Patent Closet and Hot
and Cold Water attiiohinont. Pantries.
China Closet and Kitchen with New
Itnnge, Hot Water Boiler and all attach
Large and convenient Stable on the
premises containing two huge box-stalls
carriage, lnirne-s and feed rooms, and
Grounds 200x200, honutifully laid out
nnd teuaeed. The view is unsuipabsed
For further particulars see
V. G. ASHLEY,
38C-tf O. . & L. Co.'s Depot.
New Cottage to Rent !
FINE Cottage with Parlor, Dining
room llall, 4 Largo Bedrooms,
Bath, Pantry, Kitchen and all modern
impiovcinentij. Beietuula strcot-cars
pass tho door.
6 For further Information, apply to
C. .1. MCCARTHY,
208 tf 35 Merchant stieet.
at this otllee.
for a store. Apply
nnWO Nicely Furnished
X Booms centrally located.
EuUUilO liUl.LKTIN Otllee.
H53 tf H
rpWQ Furnished Cottages,
two looms lu oaeli
s is. riJSKUti,
Cor. Foit & Moioh.int sts.
DUVAL l'KUMHES, 31
HcretanU stieet, oppo
site ForUstiect Church. Ap
H. I. LILLIK,
AtTheo. II. DaviesifcCo.
HOUSE & LOT VOlt SALE.
Young street. House
contains live rooms.
kitchen, bathroom, etc. Lot
(iOKllU feet. For further purtleulars
apply to JOSISMKUEHIOS,
370 1 in Young stieot,
npHE MoiiRO now occupied
X by T. Smith, Ewp, on
lieretnnla street next to Mr.
Lose. Possession given on the 1st of
May next. For particulars huiuiio it
tho Custom House,
3114 tf G. E. UQARUMAN,
A Nowfoundland Pup,
about 7 weekB old, shaggy
coat, black and white.
Dhuppeaied during thu
meht of tho Hth iust. A
liberal lowaid will bo paid loi the letuiii
of same to the nsldenue of
Cor. Luualllo apd 1'ensaeola tts.
Pacific Iron forts Co
AT THE-TOP I
W f P
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockels Bank, Honolulu.
i ft J
'U I tor rw
THE HIGHEST GKADE OF BOTTLED
Water, Giipr Ale ail Gnth Aiile Cider !
DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY.
I "R. XJ "
IOU 3-ort Stvoot.
104 Fort btreec, Honolulu.
OUB OWN MAKE
Special Value in Ladies' Night Gowns !
See what we are now selling for 81.00 and 81.25 ! They are Well-mnde,
Good Cotton and Nicely Trimmed I
Ladies' White Skirts I
OUB SKIRTS FOR oO CENTS ! CAN'T BE HEAT 1
LADIES' CORSET COYERS !
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES !
The " OLD "
CONS'IITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FOET STREETS,
IN 18!)U BY O. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Fiiroitiirc, Cabinet Making; fpMsteriflff MoMing
, Business In Honolulu nro Mill extant, and (ho business, 1U originator and
prcBent piopiletor heio to htay. Having purehaeil thu entire iuteiest of
tho late llrui of JL 11. Williams A Co., compriniim; tho largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; principally buleeU-d by II. 11. Williams during his late thieo
montln-' loit to the Coast, L now offer this stock aud future addltlous for
CASH at prices nmoh loi-s than heretofore charged.
tQf Tho undeislgued lu leauinln h old place and business would lespeot
fully tender Ills giatefnl thaukb for thu lihei.d iatiouago of old friends of this
aud neighboring Islands, aud hopes to merit a coutiuiiaueo of thoir faors while
soliciting a thai o fioui now friends; and again offuis his borvleos hi
Moving: Pianos, Household Goods, Etc., ,
Hy Experienced and Careful Men lth Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
car PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -
O V. B4 JUL
lOO I'oit Nticct,
ITiIluy, Huturtl.ty mid
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Centsl
8 Button Sau Gloves,
No. 2, QOu : No, , 75o i No.
By untiring untorprisi1 nn
skillful niaiiiigcinont wo liuvt
punched it position at the to
of thu hnrdwaro business ii
"WVvo kept everlastingly a
it and by so doing we are abli
to offer you goods that are al
that wo recommmd them t
be. Take lumps, for instance
Js there a larger or bettei
assortment in the Kingdom,
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