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ATive Honolulu... 3 :X 11:55 4:55 6:50)
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Sat. 30 (I 0 5 30 11) 60 2 30 8 30 0 25 11 3
Bun. 1 C 30 8 SO 11 10 3 0 B 2') 6 23 12 0
Now moon on tliuSCtli nt llli. 15m. a. m.
The timu signal for Uiu pott Is ulvcit ut 12h.
Oiu. Oscc. (midnlghtl of Giocnwlch tlmo or
Hi. 28m. 31BCC. p. in. of Honolulu Oueryutory
time. ItiautNon by tliu steam wliistlo of tlio
Honolulu l'liuiliiK 1111, a. few doom nbova
tlio Custom House. Tlio sumo wliistlo Is
Bounded con oetly at Honolulu menn noon.
Observatory meridian, or 10b. 31m. soaoc. of
TUESDAY, APKIL 2G, 1892.
Stmr Kuala from NawillwiU,Kil!iuea and
S S Australia, Houdlette, for San Fran
cisco at 12 in
fttmr Kimm for Maui aud Hawaii at
2 p in
Stmr O It Bishop for Watauae aud Puna-
luu at 9 a in
Stiiir Waialeale for Nawiliwill, Hana-
maulu, Kilauea and Haualciat 4 p in
Stmr CI audi n c for Maui at 5 p in
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at o p in
Sinn- Jas Makec for Kauai at 4 p m
Stuir Mokolii for Molokai ut 5 p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Hawaii for Hitmakua at fl p in
Stmr Like-like for Olowiilu, Paauhau and
Lnupahoehoe at 5 p in
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kaala 2519 bags sugar and 100
For San Francisco, per S S Austra
lia, April 26 Mibs Parker, Dr Ger
man, Mrs Dr German, Mra Clarke aud
duughter, Mr and Mrs A H Ackerman
and child, Mrs Wells, Mrs C A Clurke
and daughter, Miss Sarah Emmes, Miss
E B Knight, J H Bliss, Mrs I'helan
and maid, Miss Phelan, Miss Kelly, J
"W Hawcs, Mrs J K Buiket, Airs
Evans, Kev A C Walkup and 2 child
ren, L Norton, W A Wall, C H Eliott,
F P Tibbetts, Mrs Kidder, Mrs Edw
Keelan, Bobt Hunter, J H Catton, It
It Catton, W Foster, H B Sperry,
A W Simpbon, Jr, Miss S K Gray,
Geo Perkins and wife, Miss Helen
Severance, Miss Mary Alexander, V
A Abbe, A P Alex nder, G A Brown,.
II A Parker, A L Clarke, Jas McNeill
and wife, Mrs Sperry, Mrs Vannevar,
O Vou Mengursen and wife, C Oliver
and wife, Mrs F C Donald, Mrs L N
Noyes, Mrs C C Kennedy, child and
maid, 11 Kennedy, VV T Lucas, D E
Martin, Miss B S Sperry, Bliss Foster,
Mrs T 11 Hobron, Mrs A V Simpson
and daughter, Mr Matlieson and
family, Mis Goetiz, idisi M L Mitch
ler, Mrs M K Mitchler, Mrs A J
Stevens, Mrs J? A Wilder, Mrs Lillie,
Miss Smith, L B Miznor and wife,
Mis M C Foster, M Hyman and
family. Jas F Morgan, Geo B Post, L,
Gieenwald, W F Love, II It Wood.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
April 20 - For the Volcauo: B D Iliggs,
It Turner, Dr W White, J It Canick,
wife and child, Mrs Norton, CL God
dard, Miss Holm. For way ports: Mr
Scott, G W McElroy, MrAshford, lion
A F Judd, C Mauuirc and bride, It 11
Hind, Jr, aud bride, J Maguire, J W
Ileoloua, S K Kane, J K llookano, Miss
Ij llaahco, O'E Kemps ter. wife uud
child, Mr Wolff, O Williams, Mauuul
ltosa aud wife, V White and daughter,
L Aseu, Tui Tung, G Uiown, T It Wal
ker, E hlinnioiiH, Mrs Hopkins, Mrs
Goodard, Mrs Plckard, Mrs A F Judd
and daughter, Mrs May and party, G K
Wilder uud 40 deck.
F0REIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Hiei, Mori, from Japan
S S Mouowai, Cai ey, from Sail .Francisco,
S S Alameda, Morse, from the Colonics,
Am ship J O Porter from Newcastle,
Am 4-nmsted schr Jtobert Sudden (Ka
hulul) fr6m S F due April 10
Am schr Emm Olaudiua from San Fran
cisco, duo s pit 1 80
Am schr Transit from Sun Francisco,
duo April 27
Am bktno Discovery from Sau Francisco,
duo May 1
Am bk Colusa from Sau Francisco, duo
Am bktnu S N Castle from San Fian
cisco, due May .1
Am ship Pactolus,' Beadle, from New
Am bk bumatra, Thomas, from New
cabtle, N S W
Am 5-m schr Louis, Hatch, fiom New
rattle. N S W
Am U-m schr FS Itcdlleld, fiom New
castle, N S W
Am 4-in schr Cairier Dove, Brandt,
fiom Newcastle, N S V
Haw bk Foong Suey, from Bostou,
Haw ship Helen iiiewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 15
Norbk Ilnvtrueu, Evangen, from New
cavtle, N S W
Am bk Mai caret from Newcastle, NSW
. Bk Elsluore from Newcastle, NSW
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
S H San Francisco, Hcar-Admlral
Brown, fiom Sail Diego
Am is stmr Morning Star, Garland,
from South Sea Islands
11 r ship Bcnuiorc, Jenkins, from Liver
pool Ilk Paul Iscnberg from San Francisco
Am brig W Q lrwiu, MeCulluck, from
The steamer Australia sailed shortly
after uoon to-day, carrying besides
othur miscellaneous aitlcles tUo follow
ing expoitsof domestic produce: Camp
bull, Marshall & Co. 4328 bunches ba
nanas; OTGulIck, 047 bunches bananas:
llyniau Bros, 150 bundles banana; li.l
Luvey, i!18 bunches bananas; G Lycnr
gits, ;24.bunches bananas; W G Irwin &
Co, I7,!)G1 bags sugar; Sing Chang &
Co, 400 bags rfeu; F F Porter, 293 bun
dles green hides, 2 bundles tallow, and
4 bundles goatskins; M V McChcsncy &
Sous, 52.i bundles green hides, 10 bun
dles sheep skins, 1 bag coffco; P G
Canmrluos, 82 wutermelons, 27 boxes
fruit; II boxes betel leaves. Domestic
value, 970,377 00.
The brlgantlno W G Irwin Is dlscharc
lug nt the OSS Co's dock.
The Biltlsh ship Ueiitnoro Is begin
ning to look like herself again. She is
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
The Bteamer Kinau took un unusu
ally large number of passengers this
afternoon. Every berth was taken.
The combined band concert at the
Hawaiian Hotel last evening was
largely attended nnd highly enjoyed.
Among the exports to-duy of domes
tic produco were 27 boxes of fruit, 82
wutermelons and over 6004 bunches
Mr. Harry Arnntage will be oratbi'
iiB well as olllce manager for Mr. Jus.
F. Morgan during the latter's absence
at the Coast.
Chief Justice Judd, accompanied
by Mrs. Judd, left by the Kinau to
hold the May term of tho Circuit
Court at Hilo.
The Australia took away a mail of
8257 letters and 249:1 papers. ' China
and Japan letters, some 3000 or 4000,
were held for the S. S. China due
A mixed jury acquitted Port Sur
veyor Crabbe in the Supreme Court,
in a suit for $1500 damages brought
by a Chinese merchant, for entering his
A sailor on the U. S. F. S. San
Francisco has deserted that vessel.
He was seen this morning in a dun
garee suit, and it is supposed he has
skipped on tho steamer Australia.
A Pot-SE of police was stationed on
the S. S. Australia to-day to watch for
"skipouts." Notwithstanding this,
several are reported as having gone
and left creditors to mourn tho lnao of
THE 73rd anniversary of the Inde
pendent Order of Odd Fellows, Balti
more Unity, will be celebrated with
musical and literary exercises and
dancing, at Harmony Hall, King
street, this evening, opening at 7 :30.
King street near Nuuanu street was
packed with people this afternoon,
chiefly Chinese, while the funeral cor
tege of tho late O. Alee was passing.
No similar number of people had
been seen on the streets for some
Among the passengers for the Vol
cano by the Kinau to-day was Mr. B.
1). Higgs, who is taking notes of the
islauds and their affairs for an East
ern syndicate of journals. Miss Bohn
of Milwaukee, a vocalist traveling for
her health, was another tourist for the
T-he Royal Hawaiian Band serenad
ed Hon. G. C. Perkins, ox-Governor of
California, and Mrs. Perkins at the
Hawaiian Hotel this morning. Mr.
and Mrs. Perkins came down on a fly
ing visit by tho steamer Australia and
left to return by her to-day. During
their stay they have been received by
Her Majesty the Queen at the Palace,
besides being entcitained by several
At Waikiki during tho outing given
the Iolaui College boys, a little fellow
wus teasing and worrying a Chinese
scholar about bis swimming. Finally
the latter, who had stood a good deal,
got angry and picking up a coral
stone threw it at tho lad, cutting a
gash in his head. Airs. Clark and
Airs. T. Wright dressed the wound,
but the little episode spoiled tho day's
pleasure for the little fellow.
TiiEdeparturo of tho steamer Austra
lia to-day was us usutl an interesting
uud lively occasion. Through tho
courtesy of Admiral Brown tho band
of tho U. S. F. S, Sun Francisco was
in attendance and played soino livoly
selections provious to tho steamer's
departure Hon. and MrB. Geo. C.
Perkins were the center of uttraotion,
aud as tho steamer was moving out
boiiio of their intimato friends sang
out, "Good-bye, Guv'nor." Floral
tributes to departing friends were pro
fuse. DROPPED DOWN.
A native employee of tho Honolulu
Iron Works named Maheloua fell ap
parently dead at the Hawaiian Car
riage Co.'s Works, opposite the Bul
letin ofllco this afternoon. He had
just delivered a load of iron on the
premises, when he reeled and fell.
When those near went to his help he
wus found to be pulseless and with
his eyes set. A telephone message
failed to bring a physician and then
a carriage was called to take the man
home. As he was lifted into the car
riage signs of life appeared and na
tives lomi-lomicd him. When driven
away he could almost hold his head
up, but was evidently a very sick
man. Malielqna has had falling fits
before, and is trussed for rupture,
Muhelona died before he could be
got to Dr. J. S. MeGrew's olflco, to
which ho was being driven. He was
an old man employed bo me time past
in light carrying and tending horses
for theJrou Works. A few days
ago he had a falling fit.
Two Cnnplea limb irk nt Once on
tlio icn or Matrimony.
A double- wedding took place at
11 o'clock this morning at the resi
dence of His Excellency Sam'l Par
ker, Minister of Foreign Affairs.
Tlio ootitracting parties were Mr.
Chas. Maguire and Miss Mary II.
Parker, and Mr. R. U. Hind, Jr.,
and Miss Low. The ceremony was
liupiessively performed by Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh, while the couples
stood under a bower of intermingled
flowers of almost every vnriety. A
huge marriage bell hung beneath a
very pretty ceiling of white lace
twined with sweet-smelling stopha
notis. The room where tlio wedding
took place was a mass of ferns and
flowers aud looked enchanting.
The brides were given away by
Ills Excellency S. Parker. The
bridegroom and bridesmaid attending
on Mr. Matruire and Miss Parker
were Mr. Palmer Woods and Miss
Katnakee Cunnnings. Those on Mr.
Hind and Miss "Low were Mr. Win.
Wright and Miss Hasstnger. The
band stationed outside played after
Miss Parker was dressed in a
cream colored corded silk dress, the
skirt trimmed fancifully with orange
blossoms. She looked just lovely.
Miss Low wore a plain and brocaded
white silk dress, trimmed deftly with
lilies of tho valley. She also looked
Among those present were: Her
Majesty tlio Queen, His Excellency
Governor A. S. Cleghorn, His Excel
lency and Mrs. bainuel Parker, Hon.
Major J. W. Robertson, Her Majes
ty's Chamberlain ; Col. John Rich
ardson, of Her Majesty's staff, and
Mrs. Richardson ; Hon. and Mrs.
W. G. Irwin, Hon. and Mrs. C. O.
Berger. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wode
house, Jr., Mr. J. Maguire, father
of Mr. C. Maguire, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Dowsett, Mrs. Jas. Gay, and a few
After the wedding a luau was
given. Her Majesty the Queen and
the newly married couples sat down
at a private table, while the rest of
the company sat at another table.
The health of the young folks who
had joined the great and increasing
band of married pilgrims was toast
ed right royally. The "oliua" (ser
vants) bad a spread out in the lawn
native fashion, and the health of the
newly married people was toasted by
them no less good-heartedly.
Mr. and Mrs. Maguire and Mr.
and Mrs. Hind left for their future
homes at Waimea and Kohala, Ha
waii, respectively, by the steamer
Kinau this afternoon. The brides
were neatly nttirod ;. uiue serge
traveling suits. The usual omens of
prolonged bliss and happiness in the
shape of rice and old slippers were
thrown by their many friends as they
boarded the steamer. While Mrs.
Maguire was going up the gang plank
an old slipper was aimed at her, but
unfortunately struck another lady.
No damage was done, except wetting
the latter's head-cover, which was
knocked into the water.
FUNERAL OF C. ALEE.
Attended by the ConHiilar CorpH aud
The funeral of the late C. Alee,
Chinese Commercial Agent, took
place from his late residence, Nuu
anu street, at 1 :30 o'clock this after
noon. Present at the bouse were :
His Excellency Governor A. S. Cleg-
born, A. do bouzn Canavarro, Con
sul for Portugal ; Mons. Vizzavonna,
acting Commissioner for France ; F.
A. Schaefer, Consul for. Italy; H. I?.
Glade, Consul for Germany and Aus-tro-Hungary;
H. W.Schmidt, Con
sul for Sweden and Norway; U..S.
Conpul-General Severance ; Hon. W.
G. Irwin, and Messrs. A. J. Cart
wright, W. L. Hopper, G. P. Castle,
F. Winter, E. B. Thomas, C. A. Pea
cock, E. R. Hendry, besides ofllcera
of tho United Chinese Society.
The coflln, a nicely decorated one,
was borne to the hearse by Chinese.
The hearse was drawn by four black
horses. The Royal Hawaiian Band
bonded tho funeral cortege followed
by Chlua Engine Co. No. 5 aud the
Chinese United Society.
Following the beane were four
mourners, Chinese, with uncovered
heads and "queues let down. The
children of the deceased, each with
head covered with a black pall, came
next, wailing. About seventy car
riages were in the procession.
Messrs. Winter, Thomas, Peacock
and Hendry assisted as pall bearers.
The interment was at Makiki Ceme
tery. Some of tho carriages did not
have any occupants. This was owing
to the fact that tho Chinese had gone
ahead. There were three marshals.
In some of tho carriages were cases
of temperance beverages for use in
the feast over the grave in Chinese
Mr. J. P. Blaize, an extensive real
estate dealer in Dcs Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped on of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that slate during a
recent blizzard, says the Saturday
Review. Air. Blaize had occusion to
drive several miles during tho storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
ho was unable to get warm, and in
sidu of an hour after his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Air. Blaize
sent to the nearest drug store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which he had often
heard, and took a number of laigc
doses. Ho says the effect was won
derful and that in a short time ho
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking tliu medicine aud the next
day was able to come to Dcs Moines.
Mr. Blaize regards his euro as simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers, Benson, Smith
& Co. Agents,
The firstannlvcrenry of theScottisli
Thistle Club was celebrated at tliu
rooms ou Merchant street last night by
a smoking concert. Mr. Walter Hill,
''the lone honorary member," was
by earnest and general request made
presiding genius of the occasion.
His Excellency A. S. Cleghorn, hon
orary Chief, was given the scat of
honor on tho platform. Governor
Cleghorn was at the opening of the
proceedings presented by 'the chair
tn.m, on behalf of the club, with a
gold thistle badge. In acknowledg
ing the gift he gave an account of
his visit to his native city of Edin
burgh last year. The most pleasant
time he spent in the United Kingdom
were the twelve days he spent in
Scotland. This was the feeling also
of the Princess of Hawaii who ac
companied hiin ou his journeyings.
His Excellency's remarks were re
ceived with frequent applause.
After the Governor's speech a pro
gram of songs, recitations and piano
music was gone through. Among
the singers Alcssrs. McGowan, Roy
and Welsh, bluejackets from the U.
S. F. S. San Francisco, were among
the most entertaining. Mr. G. C.
Kenyon played the piano, and the
Messrs. Eadie gave delightful selec
tions, chiefly Scottish, on their vio
lins. Mr. Hill was down on tho pro
gram himself to speak on behalf of
the country members. He praised
thetr patriotic adhesion to the club
while not being in a position of par
ticipating in its privileges. Tho
meeting cheered the references to
absent brethren and gave them a cor
dial toast. Alter the literarj' and
musical program Scottish dancing
was performed by mnny of the com
pany, giving spectators as much en
joyment as the participators.
Considering the set-backs the club
has had, from the leaving of town of
Scottish mechanics . thrown out of
work, it begins its second year in a
remarkably vigorous condition.
SONS OF ST. GEORCE.
St. George's Day, which fell on
Saturday, having been inconvenient
for celebratiou, the Sons of St.
Geoige field a social at Arion Hall
last night. It was participated in
by members and their families, mak
ing a large and cheerful company.
At the head of the hall, in the midst
of a beautiful arrangement of ferns,
were side by side portraits of Queens
Victoria and Liliuokatani. Above
the British and Hawaiian flags were
gracefully draped. With similar
flags the United States flag hung
harmoniously along tho " 'rlc
room . oeiuom if ever more beauti
fully adorned for a festive occasion.
A bounteous collntiou was served
on the rear veranda, the company
being comfortably seated in relays,
in an intermission of the program of
music and dancing The whole
evening was filled with undiluted en
joyment. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
was present and aided much in mak
ing a home-like gathering. Major
Jas. W. Robertson was also present.
The Sons of St. George appear to bo
in a flourishing condition.
I'll nie'ot yon at the Brunswick.
C. J. McCarthy has lots
street for sale.
The Brunswick uro the only Billiard
Parlors in town. 6-tf
Aktkk bhavingjuso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benton, Smith & Co., Agents.
A set of furniture suitublu for a
single man or acauple is offered for
at onco by Cu-
fenson, Smith & Co.,
J. L. AIeyeii dedrcs to buy a build
ing lot in tlio vicinity of School or
A hay inure i lost and finder will
be rewarded on joUirning hor to Ku
James F. Alorgijn will sell at auction
on May 4 a very iksirublu building lot
on Lunalilost!C(!tul?ewhcru described.
The Bulletin's! challenge of a
comparison between its circulation
and that of the morning paper is as
Delicious coffee, and chocolate will
bo served every iiurning early nt tho
1'idaco Ico Clean Parlors, Ludwiggen,
fc Cron, Hotel ret't. l-tf
Get your mols and slices nnido
and repaired y the old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Toennieb, on Eait
Hotel street. Jiist-class work, low
Shampooing tinl head-washing dono
for ladies at th)ir residence by MUs
Wolf, who cap ?o found at 73 Boro
tunia street, of by Alutual Telephone
096, beforo 8 i. in. or after 5 ;30 p. m.
The buBinesiof Hyman Bros, will
bo conducted ,by Mr. I. Rubonsteiu
under full powi-rof attorney, und tho
sumo gentleman will act for Mr. M.
Hymun during nis absence from the
' The unoxpim Icubo of tlio promi
ses occupied by I. Figuoiro, on King
street near tho bidgo, will bo sold by
J. F. Alorgau ati o'clock Friday, to
gether with a stok of provisions aud
dry goods, aUo u horse, vehicles und
Antique Oak Bed
room let, marble top, with
extra Jpi b'g Clipper Mat
tressiuadc to older; bed
Clothing, Mosquit Net, Extra J.uree
Feather Pillows fr sa'e at a bargain;
also Matting, TolJt Set, etc , Milluble
for a single youiifi nim or couple. Rent
of cottage 810 w mouth. Forpiutl
culars luqulre at'ue ofllee of thin paper.
Oiipo Tirol of fr'reetl'im Sow Tlr4n
ol I.lln mill r.nil- It.
This morning a Chinese named Ah
Kau dropped dead on the road while
engaged in working with the prison
tratig. The prisoners generally leave
O.ihu prison nt 5 o'clock. Ah Kau
was seen this mnruing with a small
viul of -niuc kind of liquid. No par
ticular notice v:h taken of this fact.
He vii also iiuii'd, however, to pour
u drop of the liquid iu a glass of wa
ter anil ilialn it. The Chinaman
suddenly reeled nnd fell, and never
recovered consciousness. He died
Deputy-Marshal Mehrtcn arrived
at the prison at 7 o'clock, and viewed
the body. Dr. C. V. Peterson made
a post-mortem examination and re
moved the viscera which aro now in
the possession of the Deputy-Marshal
awaiting analysis. The vial of liquid,
which is supposed to be some kind of
poison, will also he analyzed.
Ah Kau, as noted in this paper,
after escaping from prison, became
tired of freedom, and returning gave
himself up to Captain Tripp, jailor,
just a week ago to-day. lie was
sentenced for murder, being known
as the "terror Of Wailuku," Maui.
"Never llare Tliu Now,"
Said a gentleman in conversation,
speaking of tlioc troublesome things
Corns. The reason why was quite
evident. He had used boino of our
now corn exterminator. This is a
simple harmless ronu'dy, easily ap
plied and veiy effective, removing ov
en the roots of tho corn without pain.
Do you use soap? Wo haven't said
anything about so.ip for two mdnths
Alosl of our customers procured a
laigc supply duiing our soap week
but is it not most washed away by
this time? We think so and have a
new line of soap to offer Jas. S. Kirk
it Co.'s. These soaps are a boon lor
theso dull times which some complaii
about thcyr'b cheap in price but- of
very good quality. Colgate it Co. are
well represented in the toiip line in
our store. Wo have tho tamous
"Good Morning" boap, too. This is
Pears' and if you will read their ad
vertisements carefully you'll be con
vinced of its superiority to uny other.
We have all norts of (shaving soaps,
also. Our assortment of lather brushes
is daily growing less but yet have n
fine lot from which you can make
your selection. Wo keep shaving
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO..
1 y itxj a a i ht h.
C"f'""' I'-ort fc JCliitr tro.sts.
Building Lm Warned !
1 DESIRE to purchase in the
vicinity of SehooL or
J. L. MKYEU.
"KiO Fort stieet
OIJH business In this Kingdom will
be conducted by Mr. Is. Kubln
steln under full power of attorney.
Honolulu, April 20, 1892. 405 2w
DURING my absence from this King
dom Mr. Is. Rubinstein Is autho
rized to act for mo under full power of
attorney. M. HYMAN.
Honolulu, April 25, 1892. 405 2w
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
Ou and after May 1st,
. 1S92. the New and De-
sirablu .Modern Residence
of the underpinned, on
Thuistou Avenue, containing Laigc Par
lor. Dining Itooui, Conservatory, Two
Bedrooms, Dressing Room with Station
ary Wushstaud and Cedar Wardrobe,
Iluthroom with Patent Closet and Hot
and Cold Water attachment, Pantries,
China Closet and Kitchen with New
Range, Hot Water Boiler and all attach
ments complete. .
Large and convenient Stable ou the
piemlses containing two large box-stalls,
curilagc, harness and feed rooms, and
Grounds 200x200, beautifully laid out
and teiraced. Tho view is unsin passed
For further particulars see
W. G. ASHLEY,
380-tf O. It. & L. Co.'s Depot.
ri"WO Nicoly Furnished
JL Rooms centrally located,
i Enquire Bulletin Olllce.
TWO Furnished Cottages,
two looms In each. Rent
814. Apply to
S E. PIERCE,
Cor. Fort & Meiehant sts.
DUVAL PREMISES, 31
Itoietanli street, opuo
slto Fort-street Chinch. Ap
. I. LILLIE,
AtTheo. II. Davjes & Co.
HOUSE & LOT FOlt BALE.
Young street. House
contains live rooms,
kitchen, bathroom, etc. Lot
50x140 feet. For further particulars
apply to JOSE MEDEIROS,
37U lin Young sheet.
HUE Hoiiso now occupied
by T, Smith, Esq., on
Bciciiinia street next to Mr.
Loe, Possession given on tho 1st of
Mtiy uext. For particulars Inquire at
the custom House.
;t!M tf G. E. BOARDMAN.
MAN to Cook on a ranch on Ha
waii, Auply at this olllce,
' 401 tf
A BRIGHT Young Lad for store,
must have gtod recommendation,
Reply per letter "ii," bulletin otiioe
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HIT THE MIL SQUARELY!
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HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
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THE HIGHEST GRADE OF BOTTLED
Water, Ginier Ate mi Crab Apia. Ciiar
DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY.
lOl) i-uvt Strrvt. : : .
104 Fort bxreet, Honolulu.
OUR OWN MAKE
pecial Value in Ladies' Nigh! Cowns !
See what we are now selling for SI. 00 and SI. 25 ! They are Well-made,
Good Cotton aud Nicely Trimmed !
Ladies9 White Skirts I
OUR SKIRTS FOR 50 CENTS ! CAN'T BE BEAT !
LADIES' CORSET COVERS I
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES 1
The "OLD" Stores
r!fr iy ' T tJivfitlt
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 185!) BY C. E, WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Gabinet Making, UpliolsteiiDg & Undertaking
Business in Honolulu are still extant, and the business, its originator aud
present propiletor hero to stay. Having purchased tho entire interest of
tlio late linn of II. II. Williams & Co., comprising tho largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; principally selected by II. 11. Williams during Ills late three
months' visit to the Coast, I now offer this stock ami future additions for
CASH at prices much less than heretofore charged.
Ofir Tim un lei signed lu i esuuiing his old place aud business would respect
fully tender his grateful thanks for the liberal patronage of old friends of this
and neighboring Islands, and hopes to mm it a continuance of their favors while
soliciting a shaie fiom new blends; and again offers his services iu
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men whh Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Suoorior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Vlen !
" PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -
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lOO I'oi-t Sliocl,
ITrhlity, Huturtluvy untl Monthly, we will oH'ei out
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Gents !
REGULAR PRICE, 75 J
8 Button Sac Gloves, 75c , regular price, .$1.
ALL-SI Uv KIBBOIN", CHEAP FOR OA !
No. 2. G5: No. 'J, 75o; No. 5, SOo; Nq.7,$1 No. 0, 1.25 ; 1
No. 2. G5 ; No. 'J, 75o ; No.
t. . W-,-' 'I. - NO. 12. 1.-1U; NO. 1U, !,&. vIMJ'''l . .
If you want to nehieve success in
anything ou must hit the nail ou
In our special lines we have hit it
by tiiug the utmost diligence in
selecting the very best products in
those lines. There are, probably ( a
hundred different kinds of windmills
made but not one that can approach
tho AmtMoroi: in point of excellence.
The woik the mills are doing in Ha
waii Nei have been a surprise to the
There will be twice as many sold
this season as there were last.
It's very refreshing" these
warm days. Our Soda.
is always - ' '3
And our Syrups made from
Pure Fruit Juioes !
: : : Honolulu. 15. I.
Ji T O H. El !
Itrcrtor II lock.
5, $0o ; No. 7, $1 j No. 0, $ 1.25 ;
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