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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
VltO.1I AN)) AVTKIL I'lJII.
Leave Honolulu. ..U:15
Arrive Honoullull.. 7 :2C
Leave Honoullull.. :30 10:43 A
Arrlvo Honolulu. . ,fl ::)5 1 1 iSd 4
l'KAHl. CITY MIOAL.
Leave Honolulu S
Arrive Piarl City S
Loavo Peart Ully..0:O0
Arrivo Honolulu... Oi-lO
t Saturdays only.
Tlilc. Nun mill 11 mm.
IlY C. J. LYONS,
New tnoon ou tho 2Gth nt llli. 15m. n, m.
The tlnio ulfrmil Mr tlio poit Is given nt 12h.
Oui. Oseo. (inidnlrf)M of Greenwich time or
111. 28m. itlsrc. p. m. of Honolulu Observatory
time. It Is Khen by tho stcivui uliiatlc of the
Honolulu l'l lining Mill, it few tloors above
the Custom IIouso. The saino wlilstlo Is
Bounded comictly nt Honolulu menu noon,
Obsorvntory nicildlan, or loll. Sim. 20scc. of
MONDAY, APRIL 25, 1892.
Stinr Clnudlue from Maul
Stmr Wuialculc from Kauai
Stmr MlkalnUa from Ka at
Stmrlwalanl from Hun.akua
Slmr Kllauua Hon from Hamukua
Schr luuillliia from Koolau
Schr Ka Moi fiom Puauilo
Am brig V G Irwin, McCulloch, 1G days
from San Kranelsco
Am 4-mafetfd schr Aloha, Dabel, for
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau and Wal-
Stmr Walmaualo for Molokai and Maul
at 5 p m
Stmr Pele for Makaweli at 10 a in
Slmr Jag Makce for Kauai at 4 p m
Schr Kulamanu for Kauai
Stmr Mokolli for Molokai at 5 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
S S Au&trnlia, Houdlette, for San Fran
cisco at 12 in
tttnir Klnau for Maui and Hawaii at
2 p m
Stmr C It Ulshnp for Wnianao and Puna
lini at 'Jam
Stmr Walulealo for Nawlliwili, Hana
uiaulu, Kilnuea mid Haualci at 4 p m
Stmr Olaudlno-ior Maui at 5 p m
jjtturMiknhala for Kaiiiu at 5 p in
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Claudiuc 302(5 bags sugar, 240
bags turo, 20 bags potatoes, 30 bags
corn, 32 hogs, 44 hides, 11C pkgs
Stmr O It Bishop 2045 bags sugar, 100
Stmr lwalaul 1U57 bags sugar, 17 pkgs
Stmr .Mikuliula 5049 bags sugar, 202
bags heed cauc, C hides, 48 bags piu.
Fiom Maui, per stmr Claudlne, Apiil
24-Mra II Qunu and child, MKs Helen
Wilder, Miss Paulsell, Miss S Wilder, A
Wilder, Mr McCormick, Miss Brown,
J V Bowler and wife, Miss Fiiel, I)r
Laldlaw, DrT Allen, Miss L Haalico,
Bro Lewis, Bro Michael, Bro Beiiram.
Futher Sylvester. J W Brown, Mr John
stone, Mrs J W Gay, Win Johnson, Jno
Williams, A Marshall, S F Chllling
wortli, Chas Cbllllugworth, Muster
Alnli. Master Drummond, Master Mark
ham, Sam Sing, Ah blug. Ohlu Wa, and
From Hamakua, per stmr Iwuluni,
April 24 Hon J Marsden, II Schultz, 2
Chinese and 57 deck
From Kauui, per stmr Mikahula, April
24 Hon II P Baldwin, Hon W O Smith.
A M Spioull aud wife. O M Cooke Jr, W
Auld and wife, Mil's E Mist, Mr Tlbbets,
Mr Elliot, J H Bliss, .1 Duncan, D Mac
farlaue, II Maklum, Mrs Younu, J W
Lota and bon, Mrs J Juukea, W Beilowitz
aud 45 deck.
For San Francisco, per Am bark 8 (J
Alfun, Apiil 23 Mr Hollunshcad.
The American bark S O AJleu, dipt.
Thompson, sailed for Sau Francisco
Saturday ' with a caigo of 10,087 bugs of
suptr,-weighing 2,306,911 pounds ship
ped In tho following lots: Cast 16 &
Cooko 0000 hags; O Brewer & Co. 13,
387 bigs, Domestiu value 802,737.90.
Tho American biig W G Iiwlu arrived
from San Francisco this morning alter a
passage of 1G days. She experienced
light winds all the way down.
Tho Geimau park Paul Isenberg will
sail thl week for Sau FiaucUco with a
full load of mjar.
TELLIS lu this city, April 25, to the
wife of 1'. Tollls, a son.
ROSS At Ilakalau, Hawaii, on the 20th
iust., to the wife of Geo. Hobs, a
To Taue I'lueo lu Honolulu InHtend
Mr. Chas. Muguire anil )Iiss Mary
Vlirker will be united, in marriage at
the residence of His Excellency S.
1'arkor, father of tho bridci, to-morrow
at 11 o'clock. The ceremony
will bo performed by Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh. Invitations have been
Issued for'o reception and luau to bo
held at Muna, South Kohala, Hawuii,
the country resideuoe of His Excel
lency. Tlio wedding was to have
token placo at Mana, hut owing to
the distressing accident which befell
Mr, lihen Low, a close relative, the
pluce was changed to Honolulu. The
couple will take their depatturo iu
the afternoon by tho steamer Kinau
for their future home ou Hawaii.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
New moon to-morrow night.
Diamond HkAd, 3 p. m. Weather
cloiir; wind, fresh cast.
A shower of rain foil this liiorning,
groully cooling the atmosphorc.
Tub Myrtlo Boat Club will meet
this evening tit the club house at 7:30
T1K Honolulu and Hawaii ball
teams will play on thu League dia
mond next Saturday.
Thk Sons of St. George will give a
social to their wives mill families at
Arion liall thi ovening.
A bCOUE or more of canoes returned
to port litis luoruilig after a night's
llshiug. Tho catch was small.
Thk bIow morning paper appointed
u tiativc to the position of fireman on
tho steamer Pelo this morning.
The United States Consulate will
close to-morrow at 1 o'clock on ac
count of the late Mr. G. Alec's funeral.
The Ka Leo lias given up its Eng
lish pago. Good riddance. It was the
thinnest apology for an English page.
Don't forget tho grand band con
cert ut the Hotel this ovening. Both
bands will play unusually fine selec
tions. Consular flags are nt half-mnBt to
day out of respect to the late C. Alee,
Chinese Commercial Agent, who died
The Royal Hawaiian and the U. 8.
F. S. San Francisco bands will give a
combined concert at tho Hawaiian
Hotel this evening.
The dredger was towed into port
Saturday afternoon, owing to a heavy
swell in the passage and the prevail
ing southerly winds.
A Chinaman, Ah On, has been ar
rested for selling liquor without a li
cense. Ho will be arraigned in the
Police Court to-morrow.
Mr. J. F. Morgan will bo a passen
ger by the steamer Australia for the
Coast to-morrow. Mr. Morgan goes
for the benefit of his health.
The steamer Australia sailing to
morrow will take a largo number of
passengers. No more steerage tickets
could be issued this morning.
The first anniversary of the Scottish
Thistle Club will be celebrated at its
rooms, Morchant street, by a smoking
concert this evening, beginning at
7 :30 o'clock.
Kanakeawe pleaded guilty to as
saulting a native woman, in the Police
Court this morning, ind was senteuced
to imprisonment at hard labor for
A drawing of tho "Crater of Hale
ma'uma'u," of which a full descrip
tion was given in Saturday's Buli.e-
l tin, i-i exhibited in a window of tho
Hawaiian News Co.
Both Bugnr cane and rice on the
Koolau side of this island hive suffer
ed much in the recent drouth. Relief
came Fiiday night in a precipitation
of 91-100 inch rain.
The band will not play at the de
parture of the steamer Australia to
morrow, as it will be engaged at the
Mag u ire-Parker wedding and, prob
ably, be sent to C. Alee'a funeral
The Bulletin building when fin
ished will be one of tbe finest struct
ures in the city, a credit to the land
lord and a joy to the tenant. There
will only bo two wooden printing
buildings left. .
Anew Chinese restaurant has been
opened in tlio premises lately occu
pied by Lovojoy & Co., wine and
spirits merchants. The sign adds a
beautiful (?) object in the near per
spective from the Post Office
The schooner Kaulilua arrived from
Kauai yesterday, after a paBsago of
six duys. The schonner Kulamanu
which left the same place tbe day
after arrived on Friday last. Tho
Kuulilua was thought to be lost.
Puoeessoh Borger promises a musi
cal novelty at the combined concert
at thu Hotel this evoning. It is a new
piece, entitled "A Musical Contest,"
in which each instrument of tbo baud
including tbo bass drum plays a solo,
and is said to bo excruciatingly funny.
Dn, Laidlaw, physician to Spreck
olsvillo plantation, will take Dr.
Youngor's place on tho steamer Aus
tralia the ensuing trip. It is under
stood Dr. Laidlaw is going on an im
portant errand, which will result in un
addition to the number of Maui's, am
The Paradise of the Pacific for
April is a good number. A portrait
of Professor W, D. Aloxandor accom
panies a notice of his new history of
the Hawaiian peoplo. There is a de
scription of the U. 8. F. S. San Fran
cisco now stationed here. The histor
ical excerpts are well-selected, and the
current social items comprehensive,
Hek Majesty the Queen entertained
Hon. Geo. O. Perkius und Mrs. Per
kins at breakfast, at Ioluni Palace
this noon. Besides tho quests of tho
occasion, there sat down His Ex, the
Hon. A. S, pfghprri, II. It. fi. Princ'o
Kawananakoa, H. It. H. Prince Ka
luniuiuiple. Major the Hon. Janies'W.
Rohertspn and Mrs. Robertson, Hon.
Charles B. Wilson an Mrs. Wilson.
A nUMon was circulated yesterday
morning that four peoplo, two natives
and two Chinamen, had been arrested
fpr the murder of the Chinaman whoso
body was found floating in thu harbor
a week ago. Investigation elioited tbo
fuct tlmt tho men, while under the in
fluence of liquor last Saturday night,
gavo out that they murdered the Chi
naman iu a drunken brawl. There
was nothing in it.
The best spring medicine iu a doso
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For'
suit) by BenBOu, Smith & Co., AgentB.
MISS VON CERICHTEN.
Nlio Heorfft n Nnpocea
in t lie opera
The concert given by Miss N. von
Geriehtcn on Saturday evening in the
Opera IIouso wa3 not so well attend
ed as its merits deserved. Still there
were enough people to mnkc the
house look frirly chcsrful. Prince
Kawananakoa was iu the roynl box,
and Hon. and Mrs. W. G. Irwin were
in their box opposite.
Two beautifully played selections
by the Royal Hawaiian Rand (siring)
opened the entertainment. They
were the march, "Count Moltke,"
by Meyer, and tlio gavotte, "Silver
Hells," by Iseninan. Miss von Ger
icliten sang a serenade by Abt in a
silvery voice that was very taking.
It took the audience so that the
young songstress had to supplement
another song, which was equally
The fancy dances bv the fair
manager's little pupils entranced the -auditors.
Miss von Geriehtcn her
self played the piano for them.
Master Emil Barndt, Misses Bertha
Heine and Maud Stevenson grace
fully executed the Tyrolean dance.
Maud Stevenson at later intervals gave
the Gypsy tambourine dance and
the Irish washerwoman's dance, each
in appropriate costume, while Bertha
Heine gave the Highland fling in cos
.tunie. They were ail enthusiasti
cally cheered and extra performances
exacted from them. Miss von Ger
iehtcn, as last piece before the finale
of Hawaii Pouoi by the company,
made a creat hit by a lively execu
tion of a sailor's song and hornpipe,
waving a Hawaiian flag with dashing
Finely played solos, by Mr. M.
Grosskurth on the clarionet, and Mr.
L. Pcssati on tho flute, received en
cores. Both players belong to the
flagship San Francisco's band. Miss
von Gerichten delighted her auditors
with a piano solo Invitation a la
Valse by Weber in which she ex
hibited both lightness and precision
Of touch while eliciting tho subtlest
harmonies of tbe instrument. She
also recited "The Whiskers" by Bill
Nye, and had to add another.
The Royal bandsmen with accom
paniment of their instruments, ren
dered the solo and chorus "Like no
a Like" in their usual incomparable
style. It may be noted that nothing
seems to please visitors from abroad
better than Hawaiian vocal music.
A native choir on this occasion sang
Mrs. Haalelea's chorus "Hawaii"
and Ululani's chorus "Liliuokaiaui."
They were not in good form or unison
the first time, but got together well
the second appearance. Another of
Miss von Gerichten's efforts, in
which she displayed excellent powers,
was a violin solo VHorne Sweet
Home" and variations.
It is simple truth to say that Miss
von Gerichten's debut as a caterer
in public amusements was highly
creditable. She ought to have anoth
er opportunity at an early dale,
when the fame of last Saturday eve
ning should gjve her an ovation.
BOOHED TO LEAVE.
The following passengers are
ready booked at the office of W.
Irwin & Co., to leave by the S
Miss Parker, Mrs Dr German, Mrs
Clarke and daughter, Mrs A N Ack-
erman and child, Mrs Wells, Mrs
Clark and daughter, Miss Sarah
Einmcs, Miss E B Knight, J II Bliss,
Mrs Plielan and maid, Miss Phclan,
Miss Kellv, J W Hawes, Mrs J K
Burket, Mrs. Evans, Rov A C Walk
up and 2 children, L Norton, J
Smith and family, W A Wall, C II
Elliott, F P Tibbetts, Mrs Kidder,
Mrs Edw Keelan, Robt Hunter, J II
Calton, R R Cat ton, Mrs Lieut G L
Dyar and Miss Dyar, H B Sperry,
A W Simpson, Jr, Miss S K Gray,
Mrs SAU Gan8, Geo Perkins and
wife, Miss Helen Severance, Miss
Mary Alexander, W A Abbe, A P
Alexander, G A Brown, H A Par
ker, Dr German, A L Clarke, Jus
McNeill and wife, Mrs Sperry, Mrs
Yanuevar, C Von Mengursen and
wife, C Oliver and wife, Mrs F C
Donold, Mrs L N Noyes, Mrs C C
Kennedy, child and maid, J S Emer
son, R Kennedv, W F Lucas, D E
Martin, Mrs W"ll Brown, Miss B S
Sperry, Miss Foster, Mrs T II Hob
ron, Mrs A W Simpson and, daugh
ter, F V Macdonald and wife, Mr
Matheson and family, Miss M. L
Milchlcr, Mrs M K M itchier, A J
Stevens, Mrs F A Wilder, Mrs Lil
lie, Miss Smith, L B Mizner and
wife, Mrs M C Foster, M Hymaii
and family, Jas F Morgan, W A
A native working at the Pali road
cutting had a remarkably narrow es
cape from death on Friday. There
bad been a failure in setting off, a
blast. 1 bp luna had given orders to
leave the hole alone. Nevertheless
this native knew better: and under
took to drill out the charge of giant
powder. The qsual explosion fol
lowed and the uative turned an in
Yo'qntury somersault in tlio air. o
(atidpd orltiuate'y on the road ap,d,
Strange to. suy, found himaelf only
scared. The drill was broken In
- INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS.
The Installation of ofllcers of Rose
Croix Lodge, Ancient Scottish Rite,
took place on Saturday, tho Silrd
B. II. Norton, W, M.
II. II. Williams, S. W.
M. Goldberg, J. M.
P. Peck, O.
J. M. Angus, A.
T, E. Wall, Sec.
P. Opfergelt, T.
J. I. Downey, M. C. ,
Pniirhlnff I'lcnlP In Urn I'urlletin or
There was an exciting episode in
the Portuguese colony yesterday
trttcrnoon. Joo Ferreiia, who will bo
remembered in connection with the
death of Henry Williams, was going
to pulverize Manuel, a fellow coun
tryman and a G-footcr at that.
Manuel, however, was about getting
the best of it when old man Ferreira
jumped in to help his sou out. Not
withstanding, Manuel was able to cope
with both son and father. The two
Ferrciras were arrested !y a police
man and nt the Station were charged
with affray. They were lined in Iho
Police Court this morning. Manuel in
the rough and tumble had his eye cut.
He is not satisfied with whipping the
father and son, but has caused a war
rant to be Issued for the apprehen
sion of Joe Ferreira on a charge of
assault and battery. Joo has been
..acting a little fresh lately, and yes
terday stnrted -iu to 'Wipe out the
wholo colony. This young follow
may get himself tuitghl a necessary
lesson in the cooling shades of the
local "Sing Slug."
A CUNlums Oniclul Stevly Tnkcn lu
by n Wsc.
Some day last week Custom ofllcial
Harry Webb was nicely "taken in."
He had his suspicions aroused about
some men on the steamer Australia
for smuggling opium, Webb kept his
eye on them whenever they came off
the boat, but could not note anything
strange in their actions. Finally,
while be was watching, Webb was
told by an informer that the men had
dropped a box of opium in a corner
of the O. S. S. Co.'s dock. With
stealthy steps the Customs -ofllcial
went to the place and sure enough a
box was there. The box was taken
to the Customs ollce and opened,
when it was found to-contain nothing
but molasses. It was a put-up job,
but Harry did not see where the joke
came in. Wouldn't he like to catch
tho fellow who did the "job!"
A hay horse is impounded.
A cook for a
ranch on Hawaii is
C. J. McCarthy has lots
street for sale.
The Brunswick uro the only Billiard
Parlors in town. C-tf
Alfred Beber, ladies' hair-dresser,
has a notice of remoyal.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunhoun relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Native Fans aud Curios in great
variety at the "Elito" loo Cream
Six homestead lots in South Kona,
Hawaii, uro ofl'eied to eligible settlers
by the Minister of the Interior.
If you want a pointer in diiving
nails take a look at the Hawaiian
Haidware Co.'s new illustration.
Delicious codec and chocolate will
bo served every morning early at the
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsun,
& Cron. Hotel street. 1-tf
Get your noutu and shoos iniido
und repaired by the old W.iiluku
shoemaker, L. Toennieh, on Ea-t
Hotel street. Fiist-cluss work, low
Mr. A. J. Carlwright issues notice
that no portion is authorized as a sub
agent of the Equitable Life Assurance
Society, unless under his written
Hoiiron, Newman it Co. havo a
Good Samaritan-like hint to thoso af
flicted with corns. They also give in
lormation to tho cleauly-disposcd as
to thu important matter of soap.
Shampooing ami head-washing douo
for ladioH at their residence by Miss
Wolf, who can be found at 73 Bere
taniit street, or by Mutual Telephone
006, before 8 a. m. or after 5:30 p. m.
A swimming race camo off in the
harbor Saturday afternoon, between
E. P. Ordway of Honolulu and Jim
Barry of the steamer Auotrnlia. The
course was from the' O. S. S. dock to
the P. M. S. S. dock, thenco round
the U.S. flagship San Frnnciscq hack
to the starling point;. Ordway won
easily. No time was taken. The
winner used a beautiful overhand
aud side stroke all the way. Many
spectators on the wharves and ship
ping viewed thu contest.
to Cook on a ranch on Ha
Appiy at tills olllce.
A SMALL BOV for a store,
at this otlice.
A BRIGHT Young Lad for store,
must have good recommendation.
Reply pur letter "II," Bulletin Ulllce.
' 401 2t
FROM and after this date no person is
authored as a hub-Agent of the
Equitable Life Assurance Society, un
less under wiiiiten authoiity fiom
ALEX. J. UAltTWRlGHT,
General Agent Equitable Life Assur
Honolulu, Gahtt, Apiil 25, 1892.
"Never Dave Tliein Now,"
' Said a gentleman iu conversation,
' speaking of thoc (roulile.-ome things
Coins, The teuton why was quite
evident, lie Had used some oi our
new corn uxlei initiator. This is a
simple harmless n-mudy, easily ap
plied and voiy cfrcelivn. removing ov
en iliv mots nt the corn without pain.
Do yoif in-V; so.ip? Wu havoli't said
anything iiliiitil s'npfor two mouths
Mmt if mil- I'tittnmprR procured a
hugi' supply duiim; our soap week
bill is it not mii-i washed away by
this I inn' We think so and have a
ni'W line of M:ip to idler Jus. A. Kirk
fe CnV. These siips are a boon for
these dull lime.-, which some complain
about theyi'n cheap in price but of
very g..oii quality. Colgatu it Co. are
well irprcei-nU'd in the t-onp lino in
our store. We have tho inmous
"Good Morning" soap, too. This is
Pears' ami if you will read their ud
vurtUotuotils carefully you'll bo con
vinced of its supeiiority to any other.
We have all sorts of shaving soaps,
also. Oiir.iHsorlmontof lather brushes
is daily growing Icfs but yet have a
fine lot from which you can make
your selection. We keep shaving
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner XTorL A: Itlnir Htrcots.
Ladies' Hair Dresser,
HAS REMOVED TO
No.' 54 Merchant SI rcot.
tween 10 A. M.
HalrdrcsMng and Slinm
at Indies' residences be
aud C p. m. "404 lw
Hotel Street. tf
r-uTrOTICE is hereby given that
CtvJ.i the following described
animal will be sold at public auction
on SATURDAY, May 0, 1892, at 12
o'clock noon, at the Government Pound
1 Bay Horse, both hlnJ legs white ami
botli foro legs blac-k, branded uIt" on
right bind leg.
f&- Owner of tho above aninral must
send in his claim within 15 days,
otherwise it will be sold on the date
above named. D. KAOAO,
Honolulu, April 25, 1802. 404 2t
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
On mill after Mnv s.
ASrlvi tt ieiw tin, Vi.iv mill n.
'tom-irAv sirablo Modern lieRlileneo
of the uncleriL'ned. on
Thurston Avenue, containing Largo Par
lor. Dining Room, Conservatory, Two
Bcdiooius, Diesshm Room with Station
ary Washstand and Cedar Wardrobe,
Buthroom with Patent Closet and Hot
and Cold Water attachment. Pantries,
China Closet and Kitchen with Now
Range, Hot Water Boiler and all attach
Laigo and convenient Stable on the
promises containing two huge box-stall!:,
carriage, burners and feed rooms, and
Grounds 2W)x200, beautifully laid out
and tciraci'd. The view is unsui passed
For further particulars see
W. G. ASHLEY,
38G-tf O. It. & L. Co.'s Depot.
r-pWO Nicely Furnished
JL Rooms centrally located.
Enquire Bulletin otlice.
HPWO Furnished Cottages,
X two rooms In each. Rcnfe
I4. Apply to
Cor, Fort fc .Merchant bts.
DUVAL PRKMISES, 31
BorutanU street, oppo
site Fort-sticct Chinch. Ap-
R. I. IJLLIB,
At Thro. II. Duvies.fcCo.
HOUSE & LOT VOU SALE.
4 "N Young stiect. IIouso
jftyJaJffPj V t contains llvo ioiiiiib,
HI kitchen, bathroom, etc. Lot
00x110 feet. For fmther particulars
apply to JOSE MEDEIROS,
370 lm Young sheet.
fpilE House now occupied
J. by T. Smith, Esq., on
Beretiiula street next to Mr.
Lose. Possession given on thu 1st of
May next. For particulars, inquire il
tho Custom House.
391 tf G. E.. ItjQARPMAty.
A Newfoundland Pup,
about 7 weeks old, shaggy
coat, black and white.
Dlsappeaied during the
night of the imh lust. A
liberal reward will be paid lor tho letiirn
of same to the residence of
E. I. TBNXBY,
Cor. Ltinalilo aud Peusaeola Ms,
Dissolution of Co-purlm-i'-Bhlp.
Vt OTIOE is hereby given that the co-
pailucislilp of .r wilt, Garstlns &
Co., sugar planters, etc, at Ki'auea,
Kauui, is tei minuted anil thu tlrni dis
solved, Aitrumn:. p. swift,
XUltUAN 1), GAHS11N,
By his attoriiey-iu-fact 11. II. Gurstin,
" Honolulu, April 12, 1892, 403 -Jl
HIT THE RAIL SQUARELY I
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
f . ' ' ' It I f I !
' " i ' iV "" - T"
1 r i- .nji p
THE- HIGHEST GRAPH OF BOTTLED
Water, Gliter Ale awl Crab Age Cir !
DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY.
104) .' art Stroot. :
imwwi w; MiajiMBftiWiftPwwjwi
IW. (S. SiAJdMMM
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear !
s&- our 0 x hiaki-: -tfsa
pecial Value in Ladies' Night Gowns !
See what we are now selling for SI. 00 and Sl.-.r, ! They are Well-made,
Good Cotton und Nicely Trimmed 1
Ladies5 White Skirts !
OUR SKIRTS FOR 50 CENTS ! CAN'T BE BEAT I
LADIES' CORSET COVERS !
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES 1
The " OLD
COXS'IITUTIXG THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IX 185!) BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Fornituris, Cabinet Making, Upholstering ifi Waking
Business iu Honolulu aie still extant, and thu liiBinc-.s, its originator aud
present proprietor hero to stay. Having purchased tho entire inteiet of
the late tlrni of H. 11. Williams ,V Co., compilsiiig the laigeit stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever iu Honolulu; pi luelp illy selected by II. 11. Williams during Ills late three
luouthu' visit to thu Coast, 1 now offer ttiis stock aud futuio additions for
CASH at pi ices much less than heretofoio charged.
iSrThe iiudeislgucd iu icoiiiiilng Ills old placo and business would tespeet
fully tender his grateful thanks for tho liberal patronage of old friends of this
aud neighboring Islands, and hopes to inei it a continuance of thoir favors while
soliciting a share front now fi lends; and agaiu offers his services lu
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Milling of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
QT PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES.
O V. ?-4 li H T O R E !
EG AM & G tllsTN-
IOO Fort Siioet,
. "OVIiItiy, Siituu-tlay imtl rtloutltiy. wo vlll oil'or our
8-Button Sac Gloves, -for Fifty Gents !
8 Button Sao Gloves,
No. ?, 05o ; No. 3, 7Go ; No. 5,
$& No. 12, $1.10;
If you want to achieve success iu
anything you must hit the nail on
In our special lines we have hit it
by using the utmost diligence in
selecting Hie very best products In
those lines. There are, piobably, a
hundred different kinds of windmills
made but not one that can approach
the Ai:itMoron in point of excellence.
The walk the mills arc doing in Ha
waii Nei havo been a surprise to the
Tlicic will be twice as many sold
this i.i"soii as there were last.
Tt's vuvy refreshing' these
warm days. Our Soda
And our Syrups made from
Pure Fruit Juices !
: : Honolulu, tl. I.
loo., u'gul.ir prico, "fl.
CHEAP FOR CASH !
80o ; No. 7. $1 ; No, 0, f 1.25 ;
No. 10, 1.76.