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FRIDAY, APRIL 29, 1892.
A pi II 29
Am sehr Transit, JorgoiiFcu, lGJj days
fiom Sun KimivUi'u
Am bktiio Maiy Wlukrimiin. Nlscn,
15 days f i oiii Nili Kruncltco
Stmr W Q Hull fiom Mntil mill Uuwiill
Stmr c K HUhop tim Wulaiino anil
Stmr l.elnm for Hoiiotnu at 4 p m
Schr Liholllio lor lliitiapcpc
H Huckfcld & Co's new scow lias beon
liuulcd on the M initio liuilwny to be
'lhe steiimcr .Tames Mukoc ntrlvcil this
afternoon from windward poits.
The thico-mastud schooner Glendato
Is hovering outside, "-lio Is from Eureka,
(Jnl. and Is lumber hidun.
The sehooner I.ihollho sailed to-day
for llnnapcpo with a cargo of coal and
The German bark I'nul Iscnbcrg Is re
ceiving a coat ol paint.
The barkeutltio Alary Wlnkelinau.
Captain Nesscu. and the four-masted
schooner Transit, Captain Jurnc9en,
arrived in port tills morning 10) days
from San Francisco, both having left on
the sumo day. The Transit is docked at
Uiewei's wbaif and the Slary Winkel
mau at tlio PUSS whaif. They
brought a caigo of general merchaudiso.
The schooner Ziimpa sailed from
Gtiaymag Apt II 8th for Kaliiilul.
WRIGHT In Honolulu, April 29th, to
the wife of W. YV.. Wright, a son.
ACCOMPLISHED AT LAST.
The Treasury Vault In Opened After
Two 1.i)'h' Hard I.ulur.
After two days and two nights of
unrcmittont labor, Mr. Fritz Wil
helin and his bund of safe-breakers
this morning gained access to the
Treasury vuull. Operations wore
commenced on Tuesday morning last
and continued until 3 o'clock Wed
nesday morning, and, with slight in
terruptions, up to an early hour this
morning. The workmen hailed with
gratification the successful conclusion
of their arduous job. Only three
wti know how or where to get into
.the safe, so it is still perfectly bur
glar proof and would-be "Jimmy
Hopes" needn't try it. Mr. H. F.
Wiehinan will endeavor to set the
time lock right this afternoon. It
was a tough job and Mr. Wilhelra and
his men are to be congratulated on
their line work in opening the nation's
-coin depository before the lirst of the
month ; at least the Government em
ployees think So.
WON THE WACER.
.".Tallin Cnrrleif Two Hundred I'otmclH
u IHntnnce ol Three JlilrM.
This morning a Chinaman was seen
carrying an unusually large load of
watermelons. Enquiry as to the
whys and wherefores of the pack
mule act elicited the information that
the Chinaman had made a wager with
a fellow-countryman that he could
scarry in a peddling basket two hun
dred pounds of watermelons from
Pauoa to Beretania street, a distance
of about three miles. John covered
the distance, for most of the part
over a rocky road, in good time,
therefore winning the wager. After
finishing the walk he could hardly go
any farther, being so tired. Al
though he lost a day's peddling it is
supposed he secured enough to cover
the expenses of a 'pakapio ticket."
I'll moot vou at the Brunswick.
C. J. McCaiuhy has
street for sale.
on Li! ilia
The BruiibWick are the only Billiard
Pallors in town, 0-tf
Miss Behky'b Select
School, 43 Emma street.
A I'Haeton, a top buggy and har
ness ate ufiuied for sale.
Akteu (.having mo Cucumber Skin
"Ionic. Benson, .Smith & Co,, Agents,
. Suniiukn relieved at once by Cu-
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Native Fans and Curios in great
variety at tlio "Elite" Ice Cream
0. J. McCahthy, leal estato agent,
offers to let the George Lucas home
stead in Kukui Place.
L. J, Levey will sell the furnituro
at J, 0, Gall's residence, Palace Walk,
at 10 o'clock Tuesday.
Foil t ho best value obtainable in
printer's ink advertise in the Bulle
tin, Everybody reads it.
The eecond weekly sale of horses
by L.J. Levey will tako place in Hon.
j I, Dowbott'B yard at 12:1)0 o'clock
Delicious entice and chocolate will
bo torved every morning early at tho
J'.il.ice Ice Clean! Pailoib, Ludwigbon,
& Cion, Hotel Mieei. 1-tf
Get your noou and Mines made
and repaired by tho old Wailuku
shoemaker, L, Toe.nnieh, on Eait
Hotel btreet. Fiisi-chibs work, low
DitESbMAKiNO, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect fit
guiiianteed. JUIS8 WOLF, 7 Uere
taniastieet, or Mutuo.1 tolophonu O'JO,
befoio 8 a, in. or 5;!50 p. in. 8-Uin
Shampooing and head-washing done
for Indies ut their residence by Mim
Wolf, who can be found ut 7!I Boiu
tunia btreet, or by Mutual Tele-phono
O'JU, before 8 a, m. or after 5 :30 p. in.
LOCAL AND CENERAL NEWS.
How tides suit taste in tea?
Thk Kuu, Hawaii, election will tal o
place to-nioimw at that place.
It is likely the new yacht will bo
lt'iistcd out of tlio Remnoro's hold tomorrow.
It is rather chilly theso morningB.
Don't you think so, "behind tlio
A nativk prisoner ciudo down by
the steamer W. U. Hall this afternoon
for committal to the Iumiiio Asylum
Miss Wolf has an interesting para
graph for Indies about drcsRiiiaking,
etc., under the bead of "Advertising
Tub Bteamer W. G. Hall, which ar
med this afternoon, had as cargo, be
sides other articles, OS bags uoflec ami
2G head cuttle.
A close watch was kept (in the fa
mous Hawaiian burglar, "Barefooted
Bill," during the operations on the
The famous pineapple case of P. G.
Catnurinos against J. Kidwell is still
mi in the Supreme Court as the Bul
letin goes to piess.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
clear; wind, light south. Three
masted schooner Glendale and steamer
V. U. Hall off port.
The case of the Chinese woman
Ah Ling, charged with deserting her
husband, is being beard in the Police
Court this afternoon.
The Hawaiian Coffee & Tea Co.
will .hold its annual meeting at 10
o'clock to-morrow in the room of the
Chamber of Commerce.
The pupils of 1'unuhou Preparatory
School had a rehearsal for the May
day entertainment to take place this
day week, in the Y. M. 0. A. hall yes
The funeral of Henry Whi taker,
son of John F. Asbworth, the popular
barber, who died yesterday of brain
disease, took place this morning from
the family residence.
A Japanese mot with an accident
.it Naalehu Plantation, Hawaii, u few
days ago. While at work his leg got
caught in a centrifugal, causing the
necessity of amputation by u doctor.
The Bulletin extends its thanks
to Capt. Nissen of the bark Mary
Winkolman and Pilot Babcock for
late news favors. Port Surveyor
Clarence Crabbc will please accept a
John T. Barker must feel highly
gratified at being appointed Governor
of Hawaii and receiving nearly .$7000
judgment, as reported by this morn
ing's revamper of the news of yester
day. Who is John T. Barker?
A Hawaiian named Kabila died at
bis home at Kulaokahua on Wednes
day last. Hewaa-onoof the pioneer
Hawauans who went to Samoa in
1889, but, under the "Exclusion Act"
against Hawaiians, returned last year.
As an indication of the energy being
displayed in the road service, it is no
ticed that, although the locomotive is
hauling macadam in now, the pile of
the material at the Beretania and
Alapai streets dump was never lower
Dukino the present high tides and
southerly winds, a magnificent surf is
rolling in at Waikiki in the after
noons, affording a beautiful sight and
r.ire bathing. Quite a number of resi
dents are taking advantage of the op
portunity. Mb. Dove, surveyor, has been en
gaged to prepare a map of Honolulu
up to date, for the forthcoming Ha
waiian Directory. It will be a valu
able addition, us all the maps extant
are several years behind tho growth
of tho city.
A family on King street aro fast
adherents of the "Kahuna faith."
Within the past mouth there have
been tin ee deaths in the same house,
for he want of proper medical at
tendance. It seems th.it the supersti
tion in regard to Kahunas is on the
Mh. J. J, Williams has written to
the 'Secretary of tho Baseball League,
offering as a prize to the nine winning
the championship for 1S02 a group
photogriph of tho winners, to bo given
to each member. Mr. J. G. Spencer,
Secretary of the League, has accepted
tho offer in a graceful note.
Fob the benefit of tho Advertiser
and those of its readers who are not
aware of tho fact tho Bulletin states
that it rained lust night for about an
hour like "Old Harry," It is doubt
ful, however, if the Advertiser Btaff
did not get tho information by tele
phone. They miss so many things,
you know, Ihut arc not fired at them,
Two JVntlvn Would"! Dlsnovnr Over
Thie Hundred Tins f Opium.
News was received by the steamer
V. G. Hall that two native women
dug up 1150 tins of opium In the sand
near Mnkcna Point, Koua, Hawaii,
When the women were interviewed
by the police authorities, however,
they hud disposed of most of the
article and only a few tins were got.
The women made strange revelations
ami it is expected that some very pe
culiar transactions will bo revealed
by nu investigation. The opium was
in small tins, which were packed in
side of larger tins.
It is supposed that the mysterious
schooner seen hovering off Hawaii
has some connection with this cache
of the drug. Through tho informa
tion given by the women it is helived
that a smuggler's retreat will be up
rooted. More definite news will come
by the steamer Kinau on Wednesday
His Future Occupation Visitor
Well, Tommy, what are you going to
be when you grow up? Tommy
I 'spect I'll follow the Alderman
business, same as paw does.
Two weeks ago in referring to the
admission of the Crescents into the
senior lengue, I gavo it as my opin
ion that it would bo to their benefit
through playing with men of longer
experience on the diamond. Last
Saturday's game veiiflcs this state
ment. Their defeat by' a nine so
weak as the Hawaiis was a bitter dis
appointment, but even Hint did not
defer the kids' friends from flocking
to tho game last Saturday.
From the time the game was called
and, until the close, every" opportu
nity to applaud the youngsters was
taken a fact which "was noticed by
the college boys on the other side of
the stoud and who retaliated by
stamping of feet, yelling and whist
litig whenever a student made a good
play or a strike was called on one of
the Crescent nine. 1 believe in ap
plause where a brilliant play has
been made, but where the shouting
becomes as wild and indiscriminate
as on last Saturday it is time to call
u hall. In the theater wlrnre the
actors may rest ana recover while
the applause is going on it is differ
ent, 'but at a game where the boys
are expected to "play ball" 1 be
lieve such shouting disconcerts them,
and their attention is attracted from
a proper performance of their work
in the Held.
Several changes hare been made
in the Crescent club without, appar
ently, strengthening the nine. Man
ager Perry may have good reasons
for making the change, but I believe
it would have been better for the
team if they could have been held
together during the season. The
marked improvement in the older
members' playing in one week will
bear out this assertion, and I am
convinced that if Willis can be in
duced to practice or retire the Cres
cent nine will yet be worthy a place
in the senior league. Had the game
last week been with the Hawaiis, 1
believe the kids would have lowered
their score considerably, or, if
they bad gone to the bat with that
same self-satisfied air and belief that
they could hit Mcheula as they did
when they faced Wood the result
would have been different.
George Angus surprised every
one by his improvement in controll
ing the ball. I had been told that
his illness would pi event his stayiug
through the nine innings, but he did
so and in a manner that was com
mendable. Lishman, Wilder and
Hart guarded their respective posi
tions with credit. Hart in addition
to good playing at slmrt made a hit
to left field that gave the Crescents
their only ruus. His "cock sure"
throw to first, however, was an error
which was inexcusable. J. Soper
played a good first base, but his
collision with his brother while trying
to take a fly between first base and
eight field was a mistake which should
have been avoided.
Regarding Willie Wilder's out at
second on a called ball there seems
to be a difference of opinion. As
three balls had been called the fourth
must be a hit, strike or a ball, or
perhaps a foul. In my opinion it
was Wilder's play to stay on first
until the umpire hud given his deci
sion, but instead he uttomptcd to get
to second on what proved to be a
ball and was put out. He took
chances on making the base from the
moment the ball left the pitcher's
hand ; had it been a strike he would
have been out just the same. This
seems, also, to be the opinion of
several of the players with whom I
have talked ; while among others,
many of whom have grown gray in
watching the players, the opinion is
the opposite. I am willing to bow
to their superior judgment. But in
all such mutters I still insist that it is
better to abide by the umpire's deci
sion. Interference from people on
the grand stand will in no way add
to the pleasures of base ball hi Hono
lulu. If Willie Wilder was out at
second according to the umpire's
views, it was no more unjust than to
say Davis was safe at third when to
every spectator who saw the play it
was evident that he was out. As the
dissatisfaction in the selection of
umpires continues it will be better
all around if a change is made before
the season advances.
The Kumehamehas played a good
game and without a superabundance
of grand stand playing so noticeable
last year. Mabuka made a good hit
too, which carried him to third and
which proved that another year to his
age has added to his butting quali
ties. Kuauol, one of tho new men,
hit the ball to the Crescents and field
only to be captured. These two
were tho best in tho batting list.
Baker and Mehuulu worked harmon
iously together, the former's tin ow
ing to second being one of the
features of tho game.
To-mono w the Honolulus and Ha
waiis will cross bats for the first
time this 3cason and Lemon will
make his debut as a pitcher, reliev
ing Willie Lucas who takes George's
place at riyht Held, From those who
have seen Lemon in tho practice
games I learn he has thoroughly mas
tered souio of the mysteries of the
iushools and outshoots and may bu
expected to give good ball.
Under the supervision of that vete
ran of the turf, Mr. "Dad" Green,
the race truck is being put in order
and I have no doubt good results
will follow. Mr. Green's experience
on the different tracks on the Coast
has covered so many years that he
knowb when a track is fit. Hereto
fore the truck has been too slow, but
the horsemen ure irroinised 0110 this
seuson that will bu fust enough for
Col. Cornwctl has lakcn under his
wing a trotting stnlllon, the properly
of Clnrcncc Macfarlunc. The horse
Is in fine condition and will be a
starter in the native trotting race.
It is possible that Emperor will be
a starter from the Cummins stable,
and, as ho has never been defeated
by any native horso, his performance
will bo awaited with considerable in
terest. Jockey Slocum is winning tho ad
miration of everyone who sees his
manipulation of Loul Brock. The
case with which he handles this
racr shows that he is no stranger to
the pig skin.
Cal. Leonard confidently remarks
that "the horso that beats Traveler
on tho lllh pi Juno will know it
has been in fa race." When this
hore came'tjf tho Coast two years
ago ho was otfucd by o man who had
neithur time,.nor money to devote to
putting hiiri in condition for the race,
but, having confidence in the animal,
and rather than deprive the sporting
public of tho "opportunity of seeing
some good running, he sold Traveler
for SGOO. 1 understand he expended
a portion of this amount in a patent
self-kicker which has been in active
service ever sine'e.
Leroy Howson is still laid up in
the hospital, but his illness is not of
a character that will keep him away
from the track long enough to inter
fere with the training of Mr. Itick
It is whispered that the Maui boys
have arranged to bring a horse from
the Coast that can do a mile in 2:17.
It will probably be entered in the
race that will biing the Maui contin
gent the most money.
The older native HawaiianB gener
ally take a lively interest in the mule
race, and I understand that arrange
ments arc perfected for the best race
of the kind that has ever taken place
on the track. Mr. C. B. Miles has a
dark one at tho Club Stables whose
record is private. It merits the at
tention of the talent." It is be
lieved that Dicky Davis will ride Mr.
Miles' animal in this race. If this
is so he will have a walk over.
Last season thp excuse given by
the Healani Bout Club for not racing
was tho fact of their having "110
boat." This year it is "no crew."
Is it possible that the Myrtle juniors
have frightened all the race out of
them? Last week I was told that the
race would positively be arranged for
this week. Yesterday one of the ac
tive men in the Healani Club said
"the matter is not yet ripe for the
papers." I believe if the challenge
could be sent from the Myrtle Club
it would be ripened or killed very
soon. D. 11.
NEW GRADE OF SUGAR.
Scene I. I. S. N. Co.'s dock.
Di ii'ni alls Personal Captain Ma
cauley of the James Makee and the
Advertiser shipping reporter.
Time Just after the arrival of the
steamer James Makee from Kapaa.
Reporter Good morning, Capt.
Macauley; have you brought any
sugar from Spalding's new "refin
ery?" Captain Nothing but a small sam
ple for the agents.
Reporter Oh, can't you give me
a small sample for tho Advertiser
Captain Well, I may give you
just a pinch to show what it is like.
(Disappears in the cabin, dumps the
contents of a salt cellar in a piece of
paper, wraps it up and reappears on
the dock with the parcel, which he
half opens to show the reporter the
Reporter What beautiful sugar!
It's as white as granulated. I must
hurry up to Mr Whitney with it.
(Carefully closes the package and
pocketing it hastens up town).
The second act has the scene laid
in the Advertiser office, but if you
don't take the Advertiser you don't
get the account. Perhaps if you do
takb it, you will bo equally disap
pointed. Private enquiry at the P.
C. A. ollloc, however, may elicit an
opinion on the qualities of the new
grade of sugar.
The Pacific Hakdwaki? Co., Ld.,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oils.
Carbolineiim Avonurius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
A traveling man who chanced to
be in tho store of K, V. Wood, ut
McKees Rocks, Pa., auys while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl cume in with un empty bottle la
beled Chauibei Iain's Pain Balm and
said : "Maininu wunts another bot
tle of that medicine j she says it ie
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers, Benson, Smith &Co.,
to Cook on a ranch on II11
Apply ut this oillco.
, ... v.,. 1. . ,','
1 nmwnv .1 'ivi
iJK XX. Jiuggy and a Hm
"O. ness ut ID AlitUua stieet.
, r-'- .. . - -rmx ..s
uwnwiipuiwiiifmij'n"wwfwr"i"u','"' ! ii"ii'i" ni ii 1 1 i
Never Uave Them Now,"
Said a gentleman in coincrsalKin,
speaking of tho-c tioubli'Miiiii' things
Coins. Tin. lonson why was quite
evident. Ho h.td U'-ed some of our
new corn exterminatoi. This is a
simple harmless remedy, easily up
plied and vuiy eflVotivo, removing ov
en the loots of the ( mil without pain.
Do ynu use soup? Wo haven't said
nni thing about Miip lor two mouths.
Mot .f mir ciHtiiineis piocured a
lingc -upply (luting our soap week
but is it not iiiiint washed away by
this tunc? We think so and have a
now line of soap to offer Jus. S. Kiik
& Co.V. Thi'M1 maps are a boon lor
tluvu dull tiini'fi which xoine complai t
about tlicyr'-i cheap in pi ice but of
vory 151 oil quality. Colgate it Co. aro
well ropH'benled in the soup lino in
our store. We havo the lamous
"Goi'd Moining" Miip, too. This is
Peals' and if you w ,11 lead their ad
veitinMiU'iits carefully you'll be con
vinced of its supoiioiity to any other.
Wo have all torts of shaving soaps,
also. Our assortment of lather brushes
is daily growing less but yet have a
fine lot from which you can make
your selection. We keep shaving
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner t'ort & Ivlntr trcoln,
THE GEO. LUCAS' HOMESTEAD
On ICulcul J.Inoe,
Containing 7 Iicdiooins, Parlor, Dining
room, Sitting-room, Bath, etc. Also a
2-Koom Cottage In tho yard. There aro
Stables and Carriage House. Kent $10
per month. Apply to
10S tf C. J. McCAKTIIY.
TO L K A S E
A 5-KOOM HOU5E
With Bathroom. Kitchen, Pantiy. Vo
nuiilali Uooin and Stables. Onu of the
most desirable locatlous in Honolulu.
Possession given at once. Apply to
E. R. HENDRY,
At Hawaiian H.irdwuiu Oo.'sStoio.
Hawaiian Land Shells
To make up a collection.
Jolr Apply to II. HESIPKI.,
At Gont-alvos & Co , Queen .st., f 10111 1
to .l:80i'. ji. I0;)t
Building Lm Wanted!
ft-vi I DESIRE to purchase In the
:i"" A vlelmty ol School or
1 Fort stroeU.
gyiLji nPVV'O Xicely Furnished
ViA JL Koouis centrally located.
Enquire Bulletin Ulllce.
VIIOUsE coiiMlnhur Five
Booms and Kitchen In
Kawal.thao Lime, Hist liou-e
below King street. Apply at this olllcc.
rr'0 FuinMicd Cottages,
X two looms ill each. Bent
$14. Apply to
b E. I'lEHCE,
Cor. Fort & Mcich.int sts.
DUVAL PRKMIsJES, 31
ISeretnnii stieet, oiino-
site Foit-street Chin ch. Ap
ply to It. 1. LILLIE,
382 tf At Thro. II. Davies ic Co.
VERY Desirable Resi
dence buyonil the Pri
son, coiitainlnr A Rooms with
Kitchen, Pantry, Dlniiigionm and ltntli.
The Premises are well-laid out with fiult
and othor trees. Apply to
L. P. FERNANDEZ,
400 1m At II. F. Wleliiiiiui's.
HOUSE & LOT VOll SALE.
Young stieot. House
contains live 100ms,
kitchen, bathroom, etc. Lot
iiOxWft feet. For further piutlciilius
apply to JOsE MEDEIROS,
alii lm Young street.
j - TI1E Houso now
Cfr? JL "' 'T. Smith,
Hcietaulii sireet next to .Mr.
Lor.0. Possession given on tlio 1st of
May next. For pitrtlculais inquire at
the Custom Hoiimi.
3!)1 tf O. E. ltOAKDMAX.
i Sl'RINOITELD HO-Light (ins Mu
"V chine hi complete winking older
and uiiaranteed. Will be sold upon
favorable tei ins to thu piuchm-or. Also
a few Handsome Fixtures. Apply to
300 tf Kim; street.
ANN U A L M ElfiTI N G.
'pilE iiuimal meeting of the Hawaiian
1 Coffee it Tea Company will ho
held at tlm Chamber of Comuieice Room
on SATURDAY, April 30th, at 10 A. M.,
for tho Election of OltUoio and tlio tians
iictiou of othor business. A full attend
unco is deslieil,
WM. W. HALL,
107 l!t Secietiiiy II. O. A" T. Co.
l'icture FrumcK nwulo to
ortlm' from latosi stylos of
moulriingri. Renovation of
old pichiroH a MptMiiiilly nl
King BroH , Hotel Mtruot.
HIT THE NAIL. SQUARELY
$v fM ffii
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bunk, Honolulu.
I , I f s' , sr-V?-7
II I I I I. l,i, I - 1! IV 1
-S'il ,-n.i.l .a,.' J
THE HIGHEST GRADE OP BOTTLED
Ma Water, Glaor Ala
DELIVERED TU ANY
I ii. TLT & 1
IOU oit Mtruet. : : .
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
pecial Value in Ladies' Night Gowns !
See what we are now selling for SI.
Good Cotton and
OUR SKIRTS FOB 30 CENTS I CAN'T BE BEAT l
LADIES' CORBET COVERS !
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES 1
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1850 BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
faiture, Cabinet Making Ciliolskriug it Undertaking
llusiucsb in Honolulu :ue htill extant, and the business, Us oilgluator and
present piopiicior hero to May. lluvimr piuch.ifeil tho eutiio interest of
the lute Hi in of II. II, Williams A Co., coinpiisiiig the l.ugel stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; piiucipilly .-elected by II. 11. WIIIIiuiik dining his late tlueo
uioulht-' vl-it to the Coast, I now offer this stock ami ftiiuio additions for
CAbll at pi ices much Ium than heiutofon: charged.
3iir Tlio uiideuljiiieil In u'MimliiK bu old phieo and IiuMiiuh w.mld lcspeot
fully tender Ills p-atcfiil tliuiil.s foi tho llheial patronage of old friends ot this
ami iicifjlilmiliig thiamin, and hopes to merit u contiiumiico of their favors whllo
soliciting a slime fiom nuiv filcuds; uud again offers his hcrvices in
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Expcileuccd and Caieful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men 1
Bar PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. tS
3 A. 51 M rl? K. EJ I
BQAXHT & curam
lOO Vovt Stifit, Bii'wur Itlorlt.
ITrhluy, u(urcl.iy uud Monthly, we will ou'or our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Oents !
REGULAR TRICE, 75;
8-Button Sao Clove., 75c , insular prieo, sfl.
ALL-SILK .RIBBON, CHEAP FOR OASlL !
No. 2, 05o j No. II, 7fio ; No. 5, bOe ; No. 7, 1 ; No. 0, f 1.25 j
No, 12, $1.10; No. IU, 1.70.
- PtmraciH' - - - "if' i"--'-
If you want to achieve success in
anything )oti.iuut hit the nail on
In our special Hues we hne hit it
by using the utmost diligence iu
selecting the very best products In
those lino. There are, probably, a
hundred different kinds of windmills
made but not 0110 that can approach
the AviiMOTOii in point of excellence.
The work the mills are doing in Ha
waii Nei have been a surprise to the
Then will he twice as many sold
this sctson as there were last.
It's .very refreshing' these
warm days. Our Soda
S3Trups made from,
Pure Fruit Juices
PART OK THE CITY.
I & T ?S
: : :
00 and SI. '25 ! They are Well-made,
Nicelv Trimmed !
hite Skirts !
"OLD Stores j
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