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Tuea. ill 3 30 3 10 9 20 10 0 5 32 0 23 0 30
Wed. 2T 4 0 4 0 9 50 11 30 5 32 0 24 7 40
Tlmrs. 28 4 45 4 30 10 10 .... 5 31 0 24 5 63
Frl. 40 5 20 5 0 10 30 1 .10 5 30 G 24 10 1
Hat. 30 U 0 6 30 10 50 2 311 5 30 0 25 11 3
Sllll. I 1 Ii .10, 8 5U 11 10 3 0 6 21) 0 25 12 0
Now moon on tuoSbth nt lib. l.'mi. u. m.
Tlio time slgnnl for tlio poi t is given ut 12h.
Oni. Usee, (iiililiillitl nf Uieuuulcli tlmoor
111. Mm. 'Usee, p. til. of Honolulu Observatory
time. It Is ulen by tlic steam wlilxtlu of tliu
Honolulu l'lunliig Mill, n few iloois above
tlio Custom House. The smno wblstlo is
Bounded eoviectly ut Honolulu mean noon.
Obsorvutory inotidlun,or lOh. 31m. 2Uscc. of
THURSDAY, APRIL 28, 1892.
Stuir Jas Makee from Kauai
Schr Molwuhluc from Kohala
Schr Luka fiom Kohala
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Stmr (' It Bishop from Wnlunae and
Schr ICauikeuOulifrom ICohala
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr I.ehua for Houomu at 4 p m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jas Makee- 3210 bugs sugar and 20
From Kauai, per stmr Jas Makee.
April 28 Mis Lindsay, L Ah Tock and
FOREIGN VESSELS IN
S S San Fiancisco, Hear
Brown, from San Dlcgo
Am A. is btmr Morning Star, Garland,
from South hea Islands
Am brig WGliwin, MeCtilluck, from
Br Miip Benniorc, Jenkins, from Liver
pool 13 k Paul Iscnberg from San Francisco
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S IIiel.Mori, from Japan
Am ship J (J Porter from Newcastle,
Am .schr Transit from Sun Francisco,
due April K0
Am.bktue Discovery from San Francisco,
due May I
Am bk Coliisa from San Francisco, due
Am bktne S N Castle from San Fran
cisco, duo May 3
Am ship Paetolus, Beadle, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk Sumatra, Thomas, from New
Am 5-m bchr Louis, Hatch, from New
castle, N S W
Ani 3-m schr F S Redlleld, from Newcastle,-
Am 4-m fcbr Carrier pove, Brandt,
lioin Newcastle, NSW
Haw Wk Foong Suey, from Boston,
Uaw ship Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
one -Aug 10
Norljk Iluvliueq, Evangen, from
cat tie, N S W
Am bk Muig.nct from Newcastle, NSW
Bk Elslnoro from Newcastle, NSW
Brit bk Veritas from Newcastle, NSW
Bk tireta from Newcastle, N S W
Nor bk Poseilon, from Newcastle, NSW
Nor brig Duto from Newcastle, NSW
The steamer W G Hull will bo due to
morrow from windward ports.
The schooner Mary K Foster will
leave to-morrow for Lygan Island with
ii loud of provisions.
LAWRENCE In this city, April 27, to
tho wife of D. P. Lawrence, a tibu.
city, April 27,
Ileiiry Whlttaker Asliworth, nged 12
years. ! all Jtlver, biubs., aim rasa
deua, I'ul., papuis please copy.
Mr. J. P. Blaize, tin extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped oim of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in tho
northern part of that btate during a
recent bli24ard, says the Saturday
Iitvlew, Mr, lilai.u had occasion to
di ivo several miles during the storm
und was bo thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, und in
side of mi hour alter his return he
was threatened with u severe case of
fnciimouia or lung fever. Mr. Bluize
eut to the nearest diug store and
got n buttle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which ho had often
heard, and took n number of laigo
doses. He says the effect was won
derful and that in a 'short lime ho
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on tuking the iiiedicjiio an! the next
day was able lo come to Pes Moines,
Mr. Bluizu regards his cme us simply
wonderful, Fifty coot bottles for
bulu by ull dealers. Benson, Smith
. & Co., Agcuts, ' .
- LOCAL AMD GENERAL NEWS.
Tiik southerly wind still prevails
inuuli to the discomfort of not a. fow.
Tub Young Men's Catholic, Club
expect to give ii public entertainment
in i be near future. .
The Fire Poliou have hud u 20-foot
fl.igpole nmtle to Mirmojniit their now
quarters in FUhol's block.
Tiik popular weekly sporting nrtl
clc, "Comiiients on SpurtB," will np
pour us usual in to-morrow's BULLE
TIN. Tin: Bullutin of all ilia papers in
Honolulu gives daily by far the
largest number of live news items
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
clear; wind, light south. Three
masted schooner Glondalo 15 iiiiIch
The Bulletin found
strnjed Jrom Kawuiuhao
as tlio finder caniu to this
with the information.
Postmaster-General Hill had to
take to his house yesterday owing to
a Bevcre cold, but was uble to come to
liis office this morning.
Tub trial of la Hoy and Ah Wa,
charged with burglary, ban again been
postponed. It may como oil' to-morrow
in the Police Court.
Tub Guaids hud artillery drill in
the Palace yard last night, which
gave the Advertiser occasion for n
monkey intelligence item.
Foreign jurors, othor than thoso
now engaged, have been dismissed
until Saturday morning at 9:30
o'clock, unless otherwise notified.
Be sure and reserve Saturday after
noon, May 7, for u lawn party to bo
given by the Gleaners. The different
attractions will bo announced later.
The driveway round the Kamcha
mcha statue in the Government yard
is being renovated, bo that it will be
presentable for the opening ot the
The Household Guards are now
drilled in the new infantry tactics of
the United States service, of which a
full description was given in the
Bulletin some months ago.
Memdeks of the Hook and Ladder
Co. are requested to assemble at thoir
hall to-morrow afternoon at 3 o'clock,
in full dicss uniform, to attend the
funeral of their late comrade, Paul
Ilei, a Japanese, lately
contract service with the
Plantation Co., Kauai, and
Honolulu. He was caught,
and will be returned on
steamer for the pl.icc.
In a football game on Tuesday at
Oahu College, during a scrimmage,
Palmer Parker was tumbled over and
the boys piled on him. When ho got
up, besides the usual coat of dust, ho
had a cut in his forehead.
Mr. Chas. B. Makee has assumed
the position of general manager of
Kealia Plantation, Kau'ui. Mr. Makee
departed by the steamer Makee on her
last trip. Mr. G. E. Fairchild is suc
ceeded by tho now manager.
A Chinese woman named Ah Ling
has been arrested on a charge entered
by her husband of having forsaken
his bed and board. This is strange
among Chinese. Ah Ling has retained
J. M. Davidson to defend her. Her
hubby has engaged P. Neumann.
The steamer James Makee which
arrived this morning from Kauai, re
ports Col. Z. S. Spalding's new re
finery at Kealia, as having worked
successfully. It was tried yesterday.
The bugar was a little reddish owing
to tho newness of tho machinery.
The bcholara of Puuahou Prepara
tory School will give a May-day enter
tainment at the Y. M. C. A. hall on
Friday evening, May Qth. As Miss
Louise F. Dale is connected witli the
management of the affair a delightful
evening's diversion may be expected.
The Trustees of the Queen's Hos
pital held a special meeting in tlio
Chamber of Commerce room to dis
cuss the expenditures for the coming
biennial period of tho hospital for
submission to the Legislature, in order
that the appropriation may meet tho
It is believed that not more than
fifty Chinese will' leave tho kingdom
by the S. S. China due next week
from San Francisco for Hongkong.
Tho fare by tho new lino between
Victoria and Hongkong, calling hero,
is $2 Iobs than by tho old lines, and
this saving is of course an object with
The unexpired lease of the premises
now occupied by M. Figueirp near the
King street bridge' will be' sold to
morrow at auction. At tho same time
und place will be sold tho stock of
goods contained tjioruin. J. F, Mor
gan, throiigji his representative Harry
Armitugc, has the sale, which com
mences at 10 o'clock.
A TOUGH JOB.
Tliu TreuHury Vault Nut to be Kuvlly
Mr. Fritz Wilhelm und his gang of
workmen are still engaged in their
efforts to break into the treasury
vault, reported exclusively in the
Bulletin yesterday as having failed
to open at the proper time, presuma
bly on account of some disarrange
ment of the delicate mechanism of
the lime locks.
The cement on the niakai side,
about seven or eight feet high arid
three feet wide, has been hacked
away, and the men are now endeav
oring to loosen the screws which
bind the steel plates together. This is
the most difficult part of he ob ani
this af tprnopn only six screws'h'ad been
remove). Two men. nie oonstnntly
engaged sharpening wedges with
which to work pu the steel. Mr.
Wilhelm expects to be able to gain
access to the interior on Saturday.
A Pnlr of TIiIovch Mont on the Jtccf
for Two ItotilirrioHi
Jno. Ilopuknhi nnd Knlmlerniulna
were arrested yesterday afternoon for
the larceny of watches and jewelry
valued nt 8100, property of Joseph
Zinnio, a peddler, in Honolulu on
or about April 2G. Mokuahi, a na
tive, made the arrest nt Thomas
Sjquiir'c, and found in Kahnlcmauna's
possession n watch, chain nnd five
rings. He had been watching tho
two on account of their stealing
some chickens at Kalia, belonging to
II. Defrius, they having repented
and returned tho chickens, and Do
frics having charged them $2 for his
Knunlcmaunn gave his friend away,
consequently ho was apprehended by
Police Olllccr Kanpa, and in his pos
session were found n watch and chain,
two rings, a bottle of cologne and a
handkerchief. Zinnie having reported
on Tuesday to the Police Station that
a vnlise containing jewelry had been
stolen from the lower deck of the
steamer Clnudinc, while ho hnd gone
above, ho was notified to appear
and identify the recovered articles,
which he did. The valise was found
broken open at Kalia but some of the
articles were not taken. Zinnie's li
cense, however, was torn up.
This morning in the Police Court
the two natives were tried and
after hearing of the evidence they
both pleaded guilty to the two charg
es of larceny of jewelry and chick
ens. For the larceny of the jewelry
Ilopuknhi was sentenced to fourteen
months' imprisonment nt hard labor,
and to pay a fine of 825. Ilnletnauua
received a sentence of twelve months
and a $10 fine. For their indiscreet
appropriation of fowls Hopukahi was
sent over for an additional ten months
while Halcmauna got off with six, to
be served after the expiration of the
previous terms. Hopukahi was given
the more severe penalty, as it was be
lieved ho was the instigator of the
robbery and persuaded the other to
join him. Previous to the sailing of
the Claudine he was observed talking
earnestly and excitedly to Ilalemau
na as though enticing him to do some
AN UNTIMELY DEATH.
Paul M. Aea, a printer by trade,
and member of Protection Hook &
Ladder Co., Fire Department, died
after a short illness at his residence,
Honuukaha, this morning. He was
about twenty-eight years of age.
He was a very popular young man
with his co-workers, having been
employed in almost every printing
establishment in this city. Aea also
edited borne of the Hawaiian jour
nals, including the daily "Ko Hawaii
Pao Aina" and the weekly 'Nupepa
Kuokoa." Ho was a fluent native
scholar. Aea leaves a wife and
children besides brothers to mourn
his untimely death. The funeral
will take place from his late resi
dence to-morrow afternoon at 4
I'll meet vou at the Brunswick.
C. J. McCarthy has
street for sale.
The Brunswick arc the only Billiard
Pallors in town. G-tf
Ciir. Geiitz lias a 5-rootn house to
let in Kawaiahao lano.
After shaving ubo Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benton, Smith it Co., Agents.
H. Hempkl, ut Gonsalves & Co.'s,
Queen street, is buying Hawaiian land
Siinhukn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Native Funs and Curios in great
variety at tlio "Elite" Ice Cream
Tenders' for printing tlio Attorney
General's report will be received until
10 o'clock next-Tin'sday.
Tendeus, for printing the Board of
Health's report will bo received at its
oflice until 2 o'clock next Wednesday.
The Bulletin gives more value to
advertisers, by 2000 more readers
allowing live to each copy than any
Delicious cori'ee und chocolate will
bo served every morning early at the
Pulaco Ico Cicam Parlors, Ludwigsun,
fe Cron, Hotel ntrcei. ' ' 1-tf
Get "your tiools and shoes made
und repaired by tho old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Toennihb, on East
Hotel street. First-class work, low
The Hawaiian Tea & CofTeo Co. will
hold their annual meeting at I lie room
of tho Chamber of Commerce on Sat
urday ut 10 o'clock a. m,, for tho elec
tion of oflicers and other business.
for ladies at their resideueo by Miss
Wolf, who can bo found ut 711 Bore
tania btreet, or by Mutual Telephone
u'jo, ueioro o a, in. or utter o :.su p. m.
HuiU'AKTKit, the Board of Health
decrees, no vubscI from foreign ports
shall laud hogs or lumber used in
penning them uboard on tho city
front without special written permit
from the Board.
A traveling man who chanced (o
bo in the store of E. V. Wood, ut
McKces Rocks, Pa., Buys while ho
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a littlo
girl came in with an empty hottfc 'la
beled, Cmtn)erlaii's i'aiti Uultn and
suid i "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine ; she says i.t ie
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
Tim i'ort Miirvcyor Uttlclella-'I'ljii'.
tipple Content dJnNP.
Hop Hitig & Co. scoured nn award
of $100 dnmngps, against Port Sur
veyor Crnbbe yesterday.
The Union Feed Co. vs. T J. King,
assumpsit for' 84119.50, was heard to
day before Judge Hicke'rton nnd a
foreign jury. Tho jury returned a
unanimous verdict for defendant. F.
M. Hatch for plaintiff; W. F. Frcar
The suit for damages of P. G.
Camarinos against John Kidwcll for
violation of a pineapple contract, is
being heard to-day hnd will probably
tuke all day to-morrow. P. Neumann
for plaintiff; F. M. Hatch for de
fendant. Judge Dole ordered the accounts
of Fruiiccs E. Hobron, executrix of
the estate of T. II. Hobron, approved
LATEST NEWS 1 1 EM I ZED.
Gold has been discovered in Ben
ton nnd Humphrey counties, Tenn.
The crusade against cigarettes in
tho South is progressing actively.
The Massachusetts Legislature hns
fixed the Governor's salary at 88000.
Bibles in 2G1 languages arc distri
buted among tho arriving immi
grants. A monster resembling a gorilla is
said to be terrorizing the people of
A man hns just died at Mansfield,
Pen n., who had lived eighteen years
with a broken back.
Both branches of the Rhode Island
Legislature have passed a bill pro
viding for biennial elections.
Well-connected young men of Bir
mingham, Ala., have been arrested
for passing counterfeit money.
There has been a recent breaking
out of subscriptions in New York for
the finishing of Grant's monument.
Governor Pattison has issued a
proclamation fixing April 14th and
May Cth as Arbor days in Pennsyl
vania. Nine Arabs and a stud of Arabian
horses from the Sultan of Morocco,
for the World's 1'air, arrived at New
Nineteen Stales of the republic
sent delegates to the first national
nominating convention ever held in
Mexico, on April 5th.
An epidemic among recently foaled
colts, which destroys four-fifths of
them immediately after birth, is re
ported in Montana and also in Ken
tucky. Support for the measure providing
for a return to the old method of ex
ecution in New York does not devel
op. It looks as if electrocution had
come to stay.
Of the 4,500,000 ounces of silver
required by law to be purchased
monthly, nearly four million ounces
are at present delivered at the Mint
There are now ten station houses
in New York especially prepared for
Ihe reception of women under arrest
and twenty matrons in charge, two
at each station.
The Governor of Georgia lias par
doned a negro who was sentenced lo
fifteen years in the Penitentiary for
stealing 39 cents. When pardoned
he had served ten years.
The Chicago Tribune declares that
the English company that purchased'
the Black Hill tin mines is delaying
the development of their bies simply
to benefit its mines in Wales.
Australia will send to the World's
Fair probably the biggest astronomi
cal clock ever made. It will bo forty
feet high and twenty-five feet square
and is to be built of colonial cedar.
A few days ago, in order to balk
an alleged vampire which was sup
posed to have been preying on a
family of Rhode Island with fatal ef
fect, the body of a deceased member
was exhumed, the heart and liver
taken therefrom nnd cremated and
the body reinterred.
A wild woman was captured re
cently in the woods near .St. Iledwig,
Texas, where she had been living
for the past six j'ears. In all that
lime she had never slept under a
roof, and her dress was made of
reeds and leaves. She lived for the
most part ou pecan nuts. She was
seut to un insane asylum.
Manuel Yierra was tried In the
Police Court this morning on a
charge of selling liquor without a
license. Two Portuguese,- Manuel
and Joe, testified that had bought
liquor of ihe defendant, they paving
ten cents a glass for wine, and ten
cents for half a glass of whiskey, and
twenty cents for a full glass. Sev
eral other Portuguese were examin
ed but "mum" was the word. Vierra
was discharged. The courtroom was
crowded with Portuguese interested
in tho episode. A. P. Peterson for
VHOUaE containing Five
Rooms and Kitchen in
Kaw.tlahao Lane, thst hoiip
below King street. Apply at this olUCu.
THE minimi meeting of tho Hawaiian
1 Coffee & Ten Company will be
hold at t' o Chamber of Coinmeice Room
ou SATURDAY, Apill HOth, at 10 A. si.,
for Jho Elt'ctlou of OllUersand the trans
action of othor biieluess. A full attend
ance Is de.hed. WMiWnAMi
407 2t Secrctury II. O. & T. Co.
Ncvci' Ike Then Now,"
Said a gcnil'Miinn in ronvorsiiHon,
speaking J (Ikk-o IroiibU-omc th'mrs
Corns. Tin roitoti wliy w .is quite
evident Me had used Minn' of our
new torn oxieiniiuuloi. This is a
simple hiirmU'fs rcini'dy, easily ap
plied and veiy efli-otivi', removing ov
en the loots of the cord without phin.
Do you iiM- Mi.ipv We haven't said
Miiylliinu almtit -(U, f( (WO mouths.
Miwl nf our ciHiiiineiH piocurcd a
large supply dining our soilp week
but h ii not -mnit washed away by
tlii- i inn V We think so ami havo a
new line of soup Inoller Jus. S. Kirk
tfc I'd . These .""iips are u boon tor
these dull limc which sonn- t-oinplui 1
about ihcyi't. cheap in price but of
veiy gi oil quality. Colgate fc Co. au
well ropicbiiiied in the soup line in
our 'btore. We have tho lamotis
"(iotd Morning" soap, too. This is
Penis' and if you will reutl their ad
vertisements, carefully you'll be con
vinced of its superiority fo any oilier.
We have nil sorts of shaving soaps,
also. Our ussoi Intent of lather brushes
is daily glowing less but yet have a
fino lot fiom which you ciin make
your selection. Wo keep shaving
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Fort fc Jtlnir Mtruotx.
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
On and after May
IS!)!, the New and
&!S. slr.ible Modem Heslileiien
SH-of the unili'rsiiriicd. on
Thurston Avenue, containing Laigo Par
lor. Dining Room, Conservatory, Two
Bedrooms, Divssitm Room with Station
ary Wnshstnnd and Cedar Wardrobe,
Dathroom wl'h Patent Closet and Hot
and Cold Water attachment, Pantries,
China Closet and Kitchen with New
Range; Hot Water Boiler and all attach
Large and convenient Stable on the
premises containing two large box-stall",
can luge, harness and feed rooms, ami
Giounds 20Qx'200, beautifully laid out
and tun need. The view Is uiistit paed
For further particulars see
W. G. ASHLEY,
38G-tf O. It. & I.. Co.'s Depot.
A 5-7? OOM HOUSE
With Bathroom, Kitchen, Pantiy, Ve
randah Room and Stables. One of the
most, desirable locations In Honolulu.
Possession given at once. Apply to
At Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s Store.
4 OR 1 m
Hawaiian Land Shells
To make up a collection.
ear Apply to ii. uempel,
At Gontalves & Co , Queen St., from 4
to 4:30 i M. 40031
Building Lot Wanted!
DESIRE to purchase in the
vicinity ol School or
J. L. MEYER,
130 Fort stree't. '
rpWO Nicely Furnished
JL Rooms centrally located.
Enquire Bulletin Olllcc.
rpWO Furnished Cottages,
JL two looms in each. Rent
SH. Apply to
Cor. Foit & Merchant sts.
DUVAL PREMISES, 31
Bcretnulu street, appo
site Fort-sti eel Church. Ap
AtThoo. II. Davies & Co.
VERY Desirable Resi
dence beyond the Prl-
Hou, coiitainlui; 5 Rooms vtllh
Kitchen, Pantry, Dlnlugroom anJ Until.
Tliu Premises nru well-laid out with fruit
and other tiees. Apply to
L. P. FERNANDEZ,
4001m . At II. K. Wiuhin.m'8.
HOUSE & JLOT FOlt jSAliE.
N Young street.
contains live looms,
kitchen, balhioom, etc. Lot
00x14(1 feet. For fuithur piuticulars
apply to JOSEMKDEIKOS,
370 1m Young Mi eut.
''pilE llotifo now occupied
X by T. Smith, Esq., ou
lleretania si reel next to Mr.
Lose. Possession given on tliu 1st of
May next.' For particulars lii(iihe at
the Custom House.
301 tf G. E. BOAR DM AN.
V HANDSOME Curved
A Antluiie Oak Bed-
room Set, inurble top, w 1th
rxlra Spi lug Clipper Mat
tress, imide to older; lied
Clothing, Mo-uulto Net, Extra Larire
Feather Pillows for sa'e at a bargain;
also Matting, Toilet Set, etc , suitable
for a single young intiii or couple. Runt
of cottage 810 per month. For parti
culars inoulie at the olllee of thin paper.
Island Shells and Curios !
WHOLESALE und retail, cheap for
cash, at 101 Fort stieet, between
Ehleii-' diy goods
stou und i'lauk
(ieiu'o shoe hloro.
Picture Frames miido to
order from Intent styles of
mouldings. Kenovution of
old pictures u H-jieoiiilty at
King Bros., Hotel struct.
HIT THE NAIL
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bunt?, Honolulu.
THE HIGHEST GHADK OF BOTTLED
Soda Water, Giipr Ale
DELIVERED TO ANY
l Oil "-'ort Stroet. : : .
104 Fort axreei., Honolulu.
pecial Vaiue in Ladies' Night Gowns !
See what we are
now selling for SI.
Good Cotton and
OCR SKIRTS FOR 30 CENTS ! CAN'T BE BEAT 1
LADIES' CORSET COYERS
IN GREAT' VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES I
tn . ; -i-cui il- . w - - i-iT-fi if. ms-
CONS'IITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 185!) BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cabinet Milking, Uiilioktaig & hkMwn
Business In Honolulu aie still extant, and the business, Its originator and
picj-cul propiletor huie to May. Having purchased tho entile hiterust of
the late 111 in of II. II. Williams & Co., couiprMng tho largest stock of.
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; principally i-elucteil by 11. II. Williams during his lute three
months' visit to the CoaM, I now offer this stock-am! Inline additions for
CASH at prices much less than huietoforu charged.
I Tho undersigned In lestunlng his old place nnd business would respect
fully tender Ida grateful (hunks for the liberal patronage of old friends of lids
and neighboring Islands, ami hopes to nieill u coutiimaucu of their favor while
soliciting a chare from new fi lends; and again offers his services in
Moving;. Planes, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced und Cuiefiil Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Miitling of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent VI en !
SOT PIANOS FOR SALE OR
C 1 A. p Irl
EG AM &
lOO "Fort Strt'i't,
JPVUlu.y, Hutunlity uiul Moiuliiy, we -vlll olltsi our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Gents !
REGULAR. PRICE, 75;
8 Button Sao Glovux, 7fo , regular price, f 1,
ALL-SILK 1-UttliON, CHEAP FQR GASH I
No. 2, uTje ; No. H, 75c ; No. 5, 80o ; No. 7. $1 ; No. U, $ 1.25 ;
Hu.l2,$U0; No, 10, -1.75.
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If you want to achieve success in
anything ym tnuU hit tho tinil on
In our special lines we have hit it
by using tliu utmost diligence in
selecting Ihe very best pioducls In
those lines. There arc, probably, a
hundred different kinds of windmills
made but not one that can approach
the Akumotou in point of excellence.
The work Hie mills arc doing in Ha
waii Nei hnvu been n surprise to tlio
There will be twice as many sold
this season as there were last.
very refreshing these
dttys. Our Soda,
And our Syrups made from
Pure Fruit Juioes
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PART OF THE CITY.
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