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OiHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
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Sun. I 1 0 3U S M 11 10 3 0 52.l Q 25 12 0
Now moon on tho 2Gtli at llh. 15m. a. in.
Tlio tlmo nlKiial tor tliu poit Is Klven ut 121i.
ton. 0300. (miiliiltthfl of Uiecnwlch time or
Hi, 2Sm. 84si!u. p. in. of Honolulu Obsoi vutory
time. It Is k en by tho steam whlstlo of tho
Honolulu Haulng Mill, u few iloois above
tliu Custom House. Tlio snino vrliUtlo is
souiuleil couottly nt Honolulu mean noon.
Observatory mcililiuu, or loh. 31m. 2Gscc. of
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 181)2.
Stmr Kiliitien IIou for Kukniau unci Oo-
kala at ,') p in
Sttnr Kuala for Waianac at 12 nnon
Am 4-mahttd sclir Aloba, Dabel, for
titiiir Hawaii for lluiunktia at 5 p m
JStmi Likelike foi Olowalu, Paauhau and
Luupnhoehoo at 5 p in
Schr KanlUiia for Kauai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
tmr Lchua for Nuu aud Papaikou, at 6
For Maul, per stmr Claudine, April 2G
Miss Coruwell, Miss McLaughlin, t
S Sloceklo, E Stone, Dr Yotinger, Mrs
Atwater, S F Obilliugwortb, H 11 Webb,
G E Boardmau, lion 11 P Baldwin, J O
For Kauai, per stmr Waialeale, April
For Kauai, per stinr Mlkahala, April
2G-.I K Hurkett, A I.ludsay, II Schultz,
Mr Duncan. C Bosse.
For Kapaa, per stmr James Maki-e,
April 20 Hon (J V Asliford.
For Molokai, per stmr Mokolli, April
20 Mrs II Gibson and 3 daughters. -
Tlio steamer W G Hall will be due
from windward ports on Fiiday after
noon. ! he line four-masted schooner Aloha,
under command of Oaptalu It Dabel,
left port tlil- morning for San Francisco,
and at 12 o'clock noon was out of sight
The Aloliaea Tied the following cargo,
showing by whom and to whom shipped :
U Haekfeld & Co, 20,417 b.igs sugar, and
F A Sehaefcr & Co, 1(188 bags sugar, to
Williams. Dimond & Uo; MS Grinbaum
& Uo, 3002 bags sugar, to E S Grinbaum.
The caigo weighed 3.094,829 pounds and
is valued at S77.8SG 15.
The German bark Paul Isenberg has
been moved to tho 1 1 S N Uo's dock
where she is still further Increasing her
outward co-go of sugar.
The bchooner Kuiililuu, of the 1 1 S N
Co's licet, left to-day fur Makawell,
Kauai, with coal for the plantation.
THAT PUNCHING AFFAIR.
Jflnnucl I'rrolm In Snw Charged
Willi I, quor Hi'lliiiir.
Manuel Fcrreira, father of tho no
torious Joe Fcrreira, has been ar
rested for selling spirituous liquors
without a license within one month
last, but more particulai ly on .April
24th, last Sunday. Manuel's liquor
is supposed to have caused the fra
cas in which Joe and his father were
used up and their pugnacity sub
dued by a fellow countryman,, and
for which the two were found guilty
of affray on Monday last in tho Po
lice Court. It is well-believed by
people living in the vicinity of tho
Portuguese Colony, back of the
Queen's Hospital, that liquor-selling
must be in vogue on Sundays, as al
most every Sunday there is bound to
be someone or mori on the rampage
there. Manuel's trial will come up
in the Police Court to-morrow. A.
P. Peterson will defend him.
DESERTED AH ". C." SPOUSE.
Mrs. Sarah Kalei was arraigned in
the Police Court this morning for
"forsaking tho bed and board of her
husband." She decided to return to
her husband and was discharged,
Mis. Kalei gave as her reason for de
sertion that her husband, once well-to-do,
had beconio a shiftless and idle
limn. Lately she went to her sister's
to get something to eat, as there was
nothing iu tho house, Her husband
hearing of this went to the place and
horsewhipped her. Consequently slio
loft hiin and hid with other folks.
Knlei got out u warrant on tho charge
of deseition and finally located her.
The parlies, however, have become
reconciled and have promised to bo
"good children" in the future. .
A traveling man who chanced to
be in tliu store of K. V. Wood, at
Mclvoes Rocks, Pa., says while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a litllo
girl came in with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain IJuhn and
said: Mamma wants, another bot
tle of that incdiciuo; she says it ie
tho best inedicinefor rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
clear; wind, light southwest.
Tan decision of the Court in bunco
will make tho Ohinoso feci pretty
The Honolulu 400 tho
tho Bulletin's cii dilution
of tho Advertiser.
A special meeting of tlio Queen's
Hospital Trustees will bo held at 10
A l'INAL account of tlio
J no. O, Dominis will bo
Judgo Dole on May 18lh.
Hon, Clarence W. Ashford was a
passenger by tho steamer James Makee
for Kapan, Kauai, yesterday.
Owing: to counsel being engaged
elsewhere every caso in tlio Police
Com t Wits remanded this morning.
Local ynchtsinen arc eager to seo
how the new Scottish craft will sit
and slide in the water. Tho yacht
will be out some time this week.
Ia Hoy and Ah Wu, charged witli
burglary, are awaiting trial iu tho Po
lice Court. Their case may conic up
Where are the "Owl M uds?" Is it
not about time they came out and
showed themselves, and not let the
"Eunawares" have everything their
A gentleman named Wiggins suyB
that he walked from the baso of
Punchbowl to tho terminus of tho
Tantalus road in ono hour and thir
teen minutes. Quick traveling.
Hop Hing & Co., v hose store was
searched for opium lately, seeniB bent
on getting even with Port Survoyor
Cr.ibbc. csiuus the suit for damages
now on trial, there are two others.
Kaniau, lately employed in the Ho
nolulu Planing Mills, and a member
of China Engine Co. No. 5, died to
day. The Hags of tho different lire
companies nre Hying at half-mast out
of respect to tlio deceased fireman.
Father Xavier, of the Catholic
mibsion at Koolau, met with an unfor
tunate accident at the Pali yesterday.
He was thrown from his horse while
on his way to Kooluu and dragged
some distance. Two gentlemen com
ing along rescued him from further
danger. The reverend gentleman waB
brought to town and taken to St.
Louis College. His injuries will con
tine him to his room for a few days.
Far Inmn(t'B to KntcrprUe Planing
Sllll Ity Diversion, or Water.
Mr. Peter High has Died a suit for
$352.40 in the Supreme Court against
the Hawaiian Government for dam
ages which he alleges were done to
the Enterprise Planing Mills on ac
count of water which hadnrun into
his mill through insufficient drainage
and damaged belting, pulleys and
machinery connected therewith. Mr.
High claims that the cause of this
diversion of water into his mill was
principally owing to the action of
Government employees on January
19, 1892, who did unlawfully and
wrongfully dig and cut certain chan
nels and trenches through and across
the sidewalks of Richards street. The
petitioner asks the process of the
Court to order the defendant lo ap
pear and answer the complaint be
fore a jury at the July, 1892, terra,
unless otherwise sooner disposed of
by judicial authority.
It was the Court's opinion that the
claim of Mr. High is a fair subject
for judicial investigation, and pro
cess is allowed to issue therein
against the Hawaiian Government.
The JLiiw HoIdH Water la tho Case
of Alt llunc
The Court in Banco through Chief
Justice Judd rendered a decision in
the Supreme Court in the Queen vs.
Ah Hung, violating chap. GO, sub
section 3a, statutes of 1888, on
March 7, 1892, in that be being a
Chinese person did unlawfully at
tempt to land upon Huwaiian shores,
appeal from decision of Judge Dole.
The exceptions are overruled. Judge
Dole filed a partially concurring
opinion, that while tho opinion sup
poited the judgment appealed from,
he was unable lo adopt its reasoning.
Not having been led by the able
arguments of defendant's coudboI,
to change his original conclusion, he
concurred with the decision overrul
ing the exceptions, but upon the
reasoning of the opinion appealed
This final decision disposes of tho
cases of 53 other Chinese who landed
on permits that proved to have been
originally issued to others than those
THE TREASURY CLOSED.
Vale Tlm,e liorkH on the New Vnult
1'iit u Vetu on KxpeudlturcM.
The door of tho largo treasury
vault, locked by a Vale time lock, in
the Finance Department closed with
a snap on Friday last, and failed to
open on time Saturday morning. The
safe was left to itself for seventy
four hours in order to seo if there
would be any change, but tho con
cern refused to work and in the
meantime payments from tlio treas
ury had to stop. There are three
clocks by which the safe is operated
and ono had undergone repairs last
The supposition is that the spring
did not catch, hence the door's re
fusal to open, This morning Mr, F,
Wilhelm had men engaged with pick
axe aud crowbars to break away the
cement on the makai side. This af
ternoon u big hole had been made in
tho side, through which operations
are to bo conducted for removing
part of the steel lining.
Seventy-Third Anniversary of
the Baltimore Unity.
Three Honolulu Lodges Par
ticipate in the Evoutt
The seventy-third anniversary of
the institution of the Independent
Order of Odd V'ellows in North Am
erica came on Tuesday, April 2G.
Although much the same in its struc
ture and workings on both sides of
the Atlantic, the order in England is
entitled tho Manchester Unity, and
that in the United States the Balti
more Unity, from their respective
places of foundation.
There are two primary lodges of
the Order and an Encampment, be
sides a degree lodge of the ladies'
branch, Daughters of Rebekah, in
Honolulu. In the celebration of tho
anniversary Excelsior, Harmony, and
Pacific Degree (D. of R.) lodges
united. As a preliminary to the
day'fj own celebration, Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, an Odd Fellow himself,
preached an able anniversary sermon
in St. Andrew's Cathedral on Sun
day evening last. The service was
attended by the three lodges in re
galia. The anniversary celebration took
place in Harmony hall, King street,
and consisted of literary and musi
cal exercises, followed by a dance. It
was well managed in spite of the as
sembly being too great for the size of
the rooms. The reception committee
wearing red aud white rosettes were
Bros. R. N. Webster, M. D. Monsar
rat and F. P. Mclntyre, Sisters C.
Petrie and A. Burnheimcr ; the floor
committee, Bros. H. H. Williams and
R. N. "Webster and Sister A. L. Cron.
When the exercises opened at 7:30
o'clock the hall was Oiled to over
flowing, many members of the order
standing in the anteroom. There
was a large number of lady guests
besides the Daughters of Rebekah
present. The hall is always an im
posing one with its stately canopies
over the olilccrs' statjons and elegant
finishing aud furnishings. On this
occasion there were added decora
tions of singular beauty. The chair
and vice chair at either end had about
them tall clusters of palms and large
bunches of ferns aud bouquets of
roses. Over them as well as the
chairs of the Past Grand aud Chap
lain were emblems the three links,
cross, anchor, heart, etc. Festoons
of vines ran from the corners and
were gathered in a device of the
same material at the center ventila
tor iiTthe ceiling. The NSble Grand's
canopy was draped with the Ameri
can aud Hawaiian Hugs. There was
an effect of the whole which was both
striking and pleasing.
Bro. A. K. Weir, N. G. of Excel
sior Lodge, presided. Acting as hi3
right supporter was Bro. J. C. Loren-
zen, N. G. of Harmony Lodge, and
left, Sister Adler of Pacific Degree
Lodge. Tho Vice Grand's chair was
occupied by Bro. J, A. Magoon, V.
G. of Harmony Lodge, his right and
left supporters, respectively, being
Bro. J. Mort Oat, P. G. of Excel
sior, and Sister Julia Hughes of Paci
fic. Ttev. Alex. Mackintosh as Chaplain
offered the opening prayer, and then
the anniversary hymn was sung to
Old Hundred, Bro. Wray Taylor
playing the accompaniment on the
piano. Bro. Weir read the proclama
tion of the Grand Sire regarding the
celebration, and with Bros. Magoon
and D. P. Lawrence, Secretary, re
cited a ritual bearing on the nature
and objects of Odd Fellowship. Mrs.
E. D. Tenney gave a song in beauti
ful Btyle, accompanied on the piano
by Miss Dora Dowsett. Mr. F. M.
English gave a humorous reading out
of Mark Twain's "Innocents
Abroad," that referring to the light
place tho hero gets into in trying to
prove previous acquaintanceship with
a lady tourist. Miss McGrew gave
one of her always charming solos on
the violin, Mr. English giving a piano
accompaniment. Bro. Weir read the
address of tho evening, which was a
clear' exposition of the principles
and wot kings of the Order. The
exercises were brought to a close
with a benediction by the Chaplain.
Before the floor was cleared for
dancing ice cream and cake were
seryed from inexhaustible supplies
furnished by Ludwigsen & Cron.
The refreshments were keenly rel
ished, as may be supposed, the even
ing being a sultry one even in the
open air. In short order the floor,
covered with canvas for the occasion,
was cleared, when dancing began tq
the iDtisio of the Hawaiian Quintet
Club It was kept up with animation
that the warmth of the evening did
not wither, until a little past the di
viding line between evening aud
morning. Cold temperance bever
ages, creams, sherbets aud cake were
always to be had in the intervals.
The celebration was satisfactory to
all concerned, saving the drawback
of straitened space for the large com
pany. It is estimated there were
three hundred present altogether.
Next time a larger hull will be en
The best spring medicine is a doso
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co,, Agents.
CHARGED WITH SMUGGLING,
Arrest of Throe Strangers on
rroNprntx of n Ilujcn Opium Nmuc
Messrs. J. W. Brown, "John Doe"
Johnson and "John Doe" Williams,
who came down on tho steamer Clau
dine on Sunday, were arrested yes
terday afternoon and at the Police
Station were charged with smuggling
at Maui- within two months last past.
They were accused by Deputy-Collector
George C. Boardman. They
were admitted to S1000 bail each.
Mr. Boardman left on 'he steamer
Claudine yesterday for Maui, accom
panied by Customs Guard Harry
Two of the men were arrested to
gether while loitering near the Police
Station. Upon information received
from Maui warrants were sworn out
in the Supreme Court. Hon. C W.
Ashford was retained as counsel for
the prisoners, and on leaving for
Kauai he left the case with Hon. A.
P. Peterson. Mr. Peterson procured
bail of 81000 apiece for two of the
men, within a few minutes after leav
ing them. There is a suspicious fea
tuieon the packages of money paid
in as bail, which may help to crimi
nate a Chinaman whose arrest in
Maui has probably by this time taken
Both the Customs and the Police
bureaus have secured important evi
dence, some of a documentary kind,
which may result in a big haul of
opium and the breaking up of a gang
of smugglers. The revenue and
police authorities are acting in con
cert. Thus far the only contraband stuff
caught has been a small package of
opium dropped by a native on Maui,
who is supposed to have stolen it
from a concealed store. ""The three
men arrested are connected in sus
picion with a mysterioifs vessel for
some time hovering off the Maui
coast. Williams has had nobody to
put up bail for him, hence has to re
pose in a police cell.
I'll meet von at the Brunswick.
C. J. MgCakthy has lots
street for sale.
E. R. Hknmiiy
house to lcai-e.
has a live-room
The Brunswick aro the only
Parlors in town.
C. J. McCarthy has money lo loan
on good security.
Tiik horse lost from Kawaialmo
Seminary was branded "S," not "N."
Aftku shaving UbO Cucumber Skin
'liiuic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agunts.
L. P. Fkhnandkz offers for rent a
very-desirable residence beyond the
Sunihiiin relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Nativi: Fans and Curios in great
variety at tlio "Elite" Ice Cri-ani
Dkliciouh eoliee aud chocolate will
be'bervcd every morning early at tho
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Hotel btreet. 1-lf
Get your noots and shoes made
and repaired by tho old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Toknnikh, on East
Hotel street. Fiist-class work, low
Shampooing aud head-washing done
for ladies at thoir residence by Miss
Wolf, who can bo found at 73 Bere
tauia street, or by' Mutual Telephone
GDI!, before 8 a. in, or after 5:30 p. in.
Mr. J. P. Blaize, an extensive real
estate dealer in Dos Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped oim of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in tho
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says tlio Suturday
Review. Mr. Blaize had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
ho was unable lo get warm, and in
side of an hour after his return he
was threatened with a severe caso of
pneumonia or lung fever, Mr. 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 latgo
doses. He says. the effect was won
derful and that in a short time ho
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was ablo lo come to Des Moines.
Mr. Biuize regards his cure as simply
wonderfil. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
A SPECIAL meeting of the Board of
Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
will be hold at the Room of tho Clum
ber of Commerce TO-MORROW, April
iitftli, at 10 o'clock A. m.
F. A. SOIIKFER,
408 It Secretary
Hawaiian Land Shells
To mako up a collection,
l&r Apply to H. HKMPLK,
At Gonsalves & Co,, Fort St., from 4 to
Js30i M. 400 31
Nftvo.1' Haw. Tlwun m"
; iw,ui imiv immi iuMi
I Said a gentleman in conversation,
speaking of tho.-c liouhlcMimu tilings
Corns, Tht reason why was quite
evident. Ho had used some of our
now corn oxloiininiiloi. This is a
simple Imrinlehf remedy, easily up
plied nml voiy cllectivo, removing ov
en tlio rnotx of the corn without pain.
Do you use soap? Wo haven't said
un. tiling about Miipfor two months.
Must tif our fiHtomors procured a
huge Mipply diiiiug our soap week
hut i it not moil washed away by
thitt linn ? We liiiuk so and have a
new lino of soup lo offer Ju. S. Kuk
it Co.'s. These soup uro u boon tor
Ihete dull times which tonic eomplai 1
about theyi'b cheap in price but of
very g. on quality. Colgate it Co. are
well lepioaented in tho houp lino in
our utoie. We have tho Iuuiour
"Ooi d Morning" soap, too. This is
Pours' aud if you will read their ad
vertisements carefully you'll bo con
vinced of its Btipoiiority to any oilier.
We have all sorts of shaving boaps,
also. Our assortment of lather brushes
is daily growing less but yet have a
fine lot from which you can mako
your selection. We keep shaving
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
1 ItXJ G G I STH.
Corner Port it lvliitr r-itreolH.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
On and after Mav It,
18!)2, tliu New and De-
fj sirauio.uouoru itcbinence
I- of the uniler'.iirued, on
Thurston Avenue, containing Largo Par
lor. Dining Koo.n, Conservatory, Two
ItodrooniS, Dressing Hooin with Station
ary Washstand and Cedar Wardrobe,
lUithroom v I 1 1 Patent Cloet and Hot
and Cold Water attachment. Pantries.
China Closet and Kitchen with Now
Range, Hot Water Holler aud all attaeh
Largo and convenient Stable on the
premises containing two large box-stalls,
carriage, harness aud feed rooms, and
Gi minds 200200, beautifully laid out
and terraced. The view is unsui parsed
Kor further particulars see
W. G. ASHLEY,
38G-tf O. It. & L. Co.'rt Depot.
A 5-ROOM HOUSE
With Bathroom, Kitchen, Pantiy, Ve
randah Xtoom and Stables. One of the
most dchable locations lu Honolulu.
Possession given at once. Apply to
E. R. HENDRY,
At Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s Store.
. , 4 VF.RV Dnslr.ililn l?..al
&J-z&. i .i i , .r. .....
'.f-SfeSJ hon. coutaiiiinr 5 Rooms witli
Kitchen, Pantry, Diningroom auJ Bath.
The Premises are well-laid out with fruit
and other trees. Apply to
L. 1 FERNANDEZ,
400 ltn At II. F. Wiehman's.
L DEM UK to purchase in the
vicinity ol School or
i Fort streets.
J. L. MEYER,
1:10 Fort stieet,
rpWO Nicely Furnished
JL i(ooms centrally located.
, Enquire Uullktin Ollleo.
rpWO Furnished Cottages,
X .two looms iu each. Kent
814. Apply to
S E. PIERCE,
Cor. Fort & Mci chant sts.
HOUSE & L.OT FOlt SALE.
Young stieet. House
contains llvo looms,
kitchen, bathroom, etc. Lot
50x140 feet. For further paiticulars
apply to JOSE MEDEIKOS,
U70 lm Young htieot.
TMIE Hoitfco now occupied
JL by T. .Smith, Esq., on
Beietauia street next to Mr.
Possession given on the 1st of
next. For particulars inquire at
tho Custom House,
ill)! tf G. K. BOARDMAN.
A HANDSOME Carved
Antique Oak Bed
room Set; marble top, with
extra Spt lug Clipper Mat
tress, muile to older; Bed
Clothing, Mosqulio Net, Extra Larue
Feather Pillows for sa'o at a baigalnj
also Matting, Toilet Set, etc., suitable
for n single young man or couple. Rent
of collage 810 per mouth. For parti
cular inquire at the ollleo of thU paper.
M AN to Cook on a ranch on Ha
waii, Apply at this, ollleo.
A SPRINGFIELD M-Llght Gas Ma
chine iu complete woiklng older
and guaranteed. Will bo sold upon
favorablu term? lo the puichaser. Also
a few Handsome Fixtures. Apply to
;100 tf Hh'g street.
Island Shells aud Curios !
WIIOLKSALK and letall, cheap for
cash, at 101 Fort Btieet, between
Ehlcrfi' diy goods stoio and Frank
GciU's shoo bloio.
8fi8 tf I TAN a All',
Picture Frames made to
order from luteal Hlyiesof
moulding. ItcnoYUtioii of
old piuturoH a tipeeiuliy ut
King BroB., Hotel tttveoty.
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HIT THE NAIL -SQUARELY!
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
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THE HIGHEST GRADE OF BOTTLED
Water, Giw Ale
DELIVERED TO ANY
IOS rort Str't.
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear !
OUR OWN MAKE
pscial Value in Ladies'fJightGowns!
Sec what we arc now selling for S1.00 and Sl.25 ! They are Well-made,
Good Col. to n aud Nicclv Trimmed !
OUR SKIRTS FOR 50 CENTS ! CAN'T BE BEAT 1
LADIES' CORSET COVERS !
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES !
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 18.VJ BY
C. K. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, (kfel Making, UpholsfDriiig ifi Undertaking
Business In Honolulu are still extant, and tho business, Its originator and
present proprietor hero to stay. Having purchased thu entire Interest of
the lato llrm of II. II. Williams it Co., comprising thu largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever Iu Honolulu) prlnelp illy selected by II. 11. Williams during bis late three
month!1' visit to thu Coast, 1 now offer this stock aud future additions for
CASH at prices much less than heretofore charged.
tlSf'Vlw undeislgned iu resuming his old place and business would respect
fully tender hU grateful thanks for the liberal patronage of old friends' of this
aud neighboring Islands, and hopes to merit a continuance of their favors whilo
soliciting a share from now friends-, mid again offers his services lu
Moving; Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced aud Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Milling of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men 1
Bar PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. "&,
O A. n
EG A1KI & 111
100 t'oi-t Mil-rot,
Ifi'itluy, Miitunlay uml .Holiday, we -will oll'ei- our
8Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cedts !
REGULAR PRICE, 7f;
' 8 Button Sao Gloves, 7fo., regular piico, $1.
ALL-SILK RIBBON, CHEAP FOR CASH 1
No. 2, 05o;
No. 3, 75e; No. 5,
If you want lo nchievo success iu
anything you must hit ihc nail on
In our special Hues we have hit it
by using 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
the AiniMOTOit iu point of excellence.
The woik the mills are doing in Ha
waii ?oi have been a surprise to tho
There will be twice as many sold
this season as there were last.
Syrups made from
Pure Fruit Juioes !
PART OF THE CITY.
Ilonnlnln. II. I.
site Skirts !
P rJ? . JEJ !
80o; No. 7. 1;
No. 10, $1.75,
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