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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
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Laavo Honoullull..7:no 10:411 dill G;42
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Now moon on tho20tli at llli. lSm. u. m.
The tlmu hIrmuI lor tlm poit Is uivun at 121i.
Oni. Osuc. (lnklnlKlitl of Gicenwleli tlinoor
111. 2sm. 34stc. p. in. of Honolulu Olwiyntory
time. It Is imi by tliu steam whistle ot tlio
lloiinliilu I'luuliiK Mill, n few dnms iibovu
tliu Custom House, 'llio Hniuu ulilsllo la
sounded coiicctly at Honolulu mean noon,
Observatory lni'iiillnn, or lOli. aim. 20soc. or
SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1892.
Stinr Waimaualo from Molokai and
Simr Mokolli from Molokai
Stmr J A Uummins from Konlau
Simr Pole fiom Kauai
Am bglne W G Iiwln, MoCulloch, for
ychr Muiwahhie for Kohala
Sehr Kailikeaoull for Hanapepc and Ha
nalui CARGOES FROM ISLAND PARTS.
Stmr W G llall-2410 bags siujjar, 32
head cattle, 10 bag." uwa, (!8 bags
coffee and 12 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Jlokolii 135 sheep, 10 bullocks, 10
calves, 3 horses.
Stmr Pelc 1291 bags sugar.
Fiom San Fiancisco, per bkt Mary
Winkelmau, Apill 2D A McMauus and
Fiom Hawaii and Maul, per stmr W G
Hall, April 29 Tom May, Mrs E O
Greeuwell, N 11 Wilkinson, W Heine, F
Hilwig, Father GuUtau, O U Maoomhcr,
and 58 deck.
For llilo, per stmr Lehua, Apiil20
Hon Paul Neumann
For San Francisco, per biigantlnc W
G Irwin, April 30 N Kelscy and son,
li A Jenkins, .wit .1 imbors, wife and 3
chlldien, A Coldcia and w ife.
The steamer Mokolli brought foutteen
deck )assengers from Molokai this morn
ing. The brlgantlne W G Irwin, Captain
MeCullooh, sailed to-day for San Fran
cisco with the following cargo: O O Bur
ger, 3404 bags siigai ; VV G Inviu,& Co,
4184 bags sugar, both consigned to J D
Spreckels & tiros; M S Grinbamu & Co,
1020 bags nee. and 300 bags sugar, to
MSGiiubaum & Co. Domestic value,
The tlnee-inaPted schooner Glcudalu,
Johnson, mabtcr, eamo into poic this
morning. She is from Euieka and is
lumber lidun, having the following
lumbei mateiial on boaid consigned to
Leweis & Cooke: VM.b'M ft smf K W,
1)0,870 ft lough Jt W, 100,000 It W shin
gles, 5C100 K W pickets, rough, 4000 It W
pickets, sm faced.
KKOLA At Maternity Home, pill 30,
to the wife of .). U . Keola. a sou.
HART In San Francisco, April 12th,
Albert, beloved husband of Kate
' Hurt, and beloved son of Lydla
Halt, bi other of Mrs. Brown, Mis.
James Welsh, Mis. J. Sawyer, Bella
and Mary Hint, a native of San
PiaucUco, aged 27 years.
ST. andkkw's cathkdkal.
Hecoud Sunday after Easier; Holy
Communion G :!30 a. in. ; morning
prayer and Holy Communion 11a.
in. ; Hawaiian cVenuong 3 :!30 p. m. ;
evensong and sermon 7 :30 p. in.
St. Philip and St. James Dny.
Secoml Sunday after Easter. Tho
services of tho Secoml Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, will be as follows: 9:45
a. in. holy communion with sermon;
Kyrio's Mendelssohn in G ; Sanctus,
Urjilgowatcr in G ; hymns -170 and
'Mii. G;'Mi p. in., evensong with
sermon; Anthem, "Christ being
raised fiom tho dead," by Klvoy ;
hymns 411 and 222. Huv. Alexan
der Mackintosh, pastor. All :uo
Kvangelistio services will he con
ducted by llio y. M. C. A. in Uullicl
hall on Saturday and Sunday ut 7 :0
p. i)i. Saturday's topic j ,Thu King
of the Jews." lU'furu'ico Matt. 2.
" Y. SI. O. A, HALL.
Kvangelistio services in tho y. M,
C, A. hull, 0:510 to 7; IS . m. Sub
ject Jjiikewann Christians. Key.
High Mass, 10 a. in. ; Rosary,
Sermon, Heiicdiction, 3 p. in.
OI'.NTltAL UNION ClIOnOH.
Services at 11 a. m, uud 7:30 p,
in, All are welcome.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Mkcmanio Engine Co. No. '2 will
lnnc drill llita afternoon.
1 iik weathor bureau anticipates
Bhowers till after Monday.
Diamond Head, 12 in. Weather,
1'lcnr; wind, light southwest.
Thk Y. M. 0. Club will mcot.al the
olub looms to-nioirow afternoon at 1
Thk opium llml of which the- Hall
brought the luport was at Makcna,
Maui, not Hawaii.
At the hand concert this afternoon
at Emma Square a member will give
a new selection, a piccolo solo, enti
tled "Ellin iMauu Uuku."
Skvkual Portuguese havo organized
a lisliing club. They had a smack
built, named it the Vitoria and
launched it this afternoon.
The Y. M. G. A will conduct evan
gelistic services in Bethel Hall on
Saturday and Sunday at 7 :30 p. ni.
Evory man is cordially invited to
conic and bring a friend.
Tub schooner Mary E. Foster ran
aground near the lighthouse on her
way out to sea yesterday. She was
towed oil' by the tug Eleu, when she
proceeded on her voyage to Lysan Isl
and. The Police Court record contained
a solitary foifeituro of !fb' fordrunken
nobs this morning. A fellow by tho
nanio of Bray pieverrted the Police
Justice from being entitled to a pair
of white gloves.
Thk tacklo for raising tho new
Scotch yacht out of tho hold of tho
British ship Benmoro is being rigged.
The yacht will be taken out on Mon
day morning, it being expected the
operation will occupy four hours.
Monday, high tide large, 9:23 p.
m.; high tide very small, 8:10 a. in.
Low tide large, 1 p. m.; low tide
small, '1a.m. Sun rises 5:28, eun
hds 0:20. Moon docs not sot at all
on Monday 1 Conundrum, why not?
Mit, C. J Lyons, in charge of the
Government weather sorvice, reports
a beautiful occultation of Venus by
tho moon hibt night. It was visible
for a short spuco through tho clouds
at about 7 :30 o'clock, Venus appear
ing directly above the crescent.
The Honolulu and Hawaii baseball
teams will endeavor to show each oth
er how to play the game this after
noon. James Lemon will occupy the
box for the Honolulu, while the Ha
waii has strengthened its nine by the
addition of Little Tommy Prico, the
star all-round player. Ho will guard
first base. Game will bo called at 3 :30
NEW RACE BOAT.
V Mlx-Our SHilliic Meat Ucnuty tor
tlu Hcnliinl Ciuli.
The new six-oared sliding seat
boat of the Healani Boat Club was
launched below the New Market
building shortly after noon to-day.
The bout was built by Alf. Rogers,
the same builder as constructed the
now famous six-oared Alice M. of the
Myrtle Boat Club. The new craft,
however, is a fow feet longer than
the Alice M. The boat will be
christened on the day of its race
with tho Alice M., which will soon
take place. It slided beautifully
into the water, and if looks go for
anything, the new comer, witli a good
crew, will give the Alice M. the race
ef its life. The Healani Juniors will
try tho boat in its first race. The
Healanis are well proud of this ac
quisition to their aquatic flotilla.
Those present at the launching weic
W. H. C. Greig, L. de L. Ward,
Edw. Stiles and Chas. Herrick.
Other members of the club ariived
later to have a look at the shell in
the water. Look out for some ex
citing races in the near future, as the
Healanis have Hie men and the boat.
THE PACIFIC WHEELMEN.
The Paciflc Wheelmen's gold medal
was won by Ruby Dexter, riding a
Kudgc safety this altcrnoon, with C.
Tracy second, Prince Kalanianaole
and Tom Cummins tying fourth.
Dexter came down King street in fine
style, winning with a grand nourish.
The sepond handicap one-mile race
was won by Master Jiles, George
Paris second. Jiles was given thirty
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert at
Emma Square this afternoon, com
mencing at 4 :30 o'clock. Following
is the program :
Mm ell Curry Anns .Lehuhardt
Ovei tip e Peter Schmoll Wuber
Piccolo Soo Eluu Miuni Uuku
Sulcctiou M ai tliu Flotow
Waltz Tho Editors Sti ausa
Polka Annie Strauss
Mrs. Geo. E. Richardson, widow
of the late Judge, died of typhoid
fever at Wailuku on Friday morn
ing. The same day the youngest
son aged 5 years died of the same
malady. A, little girl died three
weeks before the father. Thus there
were four deaths in the household
the two parents and 'two piildreu
within six weeks. There are three
young children left alono in the
A comet has been seen for several
mornings, although when first des
cried it was through a spy-glas.8.
This morning about 5) o'clock, when
tho steamer Mokolii was coming into
the harbor, the vessel's company
could see the object plainly by tho
naked eye. It is in the northeast
heavens, uud increasing in visible
the lantana is
That tho reporter of tho morning
rovampcr is gifted with "undeniablo
That Admiral Brown's temporary
absence from society makes a big gap
in social affairs.
That tho Advertiser's staff, rank
and file, rendezvous Saturday even
ing at "that disreputable mcrry-go-round"
as it has been called by the
That the would-be society man
says he was not there only an opti
That "The Wave," published on
tliu flagship, is a blight and newsy lit
tle sheet. Wisli it would come oft
cucr. That Col. Spalding has established
a salt.refltiery nt Kauai.
That the man behind the slide
trombone in the San Francisco band
is an artist and would be appreciated
in a solo.
That the old "re-hash" will place
the first order for salt to the amount
of a ton or more for its very fresh
That the morning blubber is the
leading paper backward.
That the Baseball League should
endi'avor to change the-day of sale of
horses at Dowsctt's yard, as it draws
a larger crowd than the regular ball
That the bark C. D. Bryant will
have early despatch forSan Francisco.
That the C. D. Bryant sailed two
or three weeks ago.
That Marshal Wilson should com
mission the two wuhines on Maui,
who unearthed the opium cache, as
That the "morning slush" takes an
unfair advantage of "t. f." adver
tisers. That Healani Boat Club will impoit
some professionals from the Coast for
their new boat and then challenge
That the paper carrying all the
news told its readers the treasury
vault was opened before telling them
it was closed.
That the young man who exhibited
a pocket book not his own on a Pearl
City tiain was a little too previous.
That Queen street after its com
pletion will be the fashionable driv
ing boulevard of the town.
THE LARCEST SHIP.
The sailing ship Maria Rickmcrs,
which was launched some lime since
by Russell & Co., Port Glasgow, is
the largest sailing ship in the world.
Besides having five masts she is pro
vided with auxiliary steam power,
which will enable her to make pro
gress even when there is not sufficient
wind to fill her vast sails. The ves
sel has been built for Messrs. Rick
mcrs of Bremeu and is of steel. Her
dimensions arc: Length, 375 feet;
breadth, 48 feet; depth, 28 feet 4J
inches. Her tonnage is 3813 tons
gross and she will carry 5700 tons
dead weight on Lloyds' freeboard.
She will bo supplied with triple ex
pansion engines of G50 limited horse
power, with 160 pounds working
pressure; cylinders to be of 10, 20
and 42 inch by 27-inch stroke. The
propeller will be of Bevis patent
feathering gun metal, and it is calcu
lated that a speed of from six to
seven knots an hour will be attained
in calm wealhei with the vessel fairly
loaded. Her spread of canvas will
be enormous. The vessel will have
several special features of construc
tion to distinguish her from the ordi
nary tj'pe of first-class sailing ships.
She will be Uttc'l to carry a large
quantity of water ballast in a suit
ably subdivided double bottom. For
facilitating loading and discharge of
cargo, she will havo three steam
winches, steam donkey boiler and
steam windlass, besides a fun engine
to ventilate her cargo. She will be
employed, along with the large fleet
already owned by the Messrs. Rick
meis, in the East India rice trade,
aud her movements will be watched
with consMeraule inteiest in commer
cial and shipping circles.
PROBABLY A SMUGGLER.
Victoria, April 12. The San
Francisco schooner Casco arrived
hcie lust evening. She is ostensibly
a sealer, but if the truth were known
she is a second Halcyon in smug
gling. SJio has been out fourteen
days, but had no sealskins. Her
agent here is named Stewart, a noted
smuggler. About two weeks ago the
little 9teumer Mystery, which runs to
Cluyoquot, on the West Coast, cai
ried away four tons of opium, and it
was stated after the steamer left that
it was going to the schooner Casco.
Stewart and one companion came
ashore as soon as she dropped anchor.
Captain Folger, who commands the
boat, said he hud no sealskins. Slew-
art evidently joined tho Casco at
le(l San Fran
he was here since she
rancisco, Tho schooner
carries a Japanese crew.
S. W. Kamaka, of South Kona,
Hawaii, lias been arrested for the
murder of his step-duugliler, iQ
years old, on Januaiy 50, Tho story
is that lie struck her twice with i
club because sua had taken a pjece
of the fio-ih meat left for tliu even
ing meal before he had come home.
Then that Kamaka butied the girl
behind Ids house and threatened to
kill his family if they revealed his
crime. The seoret came out through
enquiries of tliu school teacher about
the girl, mudo to her brother attend
ing school. Kamaka is in custody.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but clcanso the whole
system ami purify the blood. For
sale by Bensou, Smith & Co., Agents.
I'll meet you at tho Brunswick.
O. J. McUAitrilY hue lots on Liliha
street for tale. ,'J-tf
The Brunswick arc theonly Billiard
Patloia in town. G-tf
Miss Bkiiuy'h Select
School, 43 Emma street.
Mn. and Mrs. John F. Ashworth
have a card of thanks in this issue.
Aftlh shaving use Cucumber Skin
'tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
StiNiiiMiN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic, llcuton, Smith Co.,
Native Fans and Curios in great
variety at the "Elite" Ice Cream
Parlors. ' 4-1 in
K. Podkyn, assignee of tho estato
of Wing Loy Chan, has a notice in
The well-known hotel propeily of
Mrs. E. Batchelor, at Wailuku, is
ofieicd for sale a good oliauco for in
vestment. Advertise in the Bulletin and see
if your business will not increase in
spite of tho dull times. All who try
Two pieces of land will bo sold
under foreclosure at the auction room
of James F. Morgan, on Monday at
12 o'clock noon.
Delicious coti'eo and chocolate will
be served every morning early at tho
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
it Cion, Hold stieet. 1-tf
Get your noots and shoes made
and repaired by tho old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Toknnieh, on East
Hotel street. First-class work, low
J as. F. Morgan will sell at auction
on May 11th, tho unexpired lease of
the premises lately occupied by Ah
Yet & Co., Nuuanu and Puuahi
Dressmaking, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect fit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Bere
tania street, or Mutual telephone 096,
before 8 a. m. or 5:30 p. in. 8-3m
A smashing scene is depicted in
the Huwaiiau Hardware Company's
caitoon to-day. It aptly illustrates
the crash in prices of plain white
Haviland ware, to make room for a
large lot of the genuine decoiatcd
Havil mil China.
ANOTHER HAWAIIAN SHIP.
Tile four-masted ship John Ena
will be launched at Glasgow next
month, after which she will bring a
cargo of coal to San Francisco, re
turning again with a load of wheat.
The John Ena is owned by parties in
this city, and is named after the
president of the Inter-Island Stenm
Navigation Co., Hon. John Ena. She
is not expected here until the end of
this year or sometime next year.
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of E. V. Wood, at
McKces Rocks, Pa., says while he
was waiting to sec Mr. Wood, a Mttle
girl came in witli an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said: "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine ; she says it is
the best medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
How does ho feel? He feels
blue, a deep, dark, unfading, dyed-in-the-wool,
eternal blue, and he
makes everybody feel the sane way
August Flower the Remedy.
Mow does ho feel? He feels a
headache, generally dull and con
stsmt, but sometimes excruciating
August Flower the Remedy.
How does he feel? He feels a
violent; hiccoughing or junipitig of
the stomach after a meal, raising
bitter-tasting matter or what he has
eaten or drunk August Flower
How does he feel? He feels
the gradual decay of vital power ;
he feels miserable, melancholy,
hopeless, and longs for death aud
peace August Flower tho Rem
edy. How does ho f oel ? He feels so
full after eating n meal that he ca.u,
hardly walk AuBust Flower the
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury, New Jersey, U. 8. A.
WANTED TO KENT
AN UNFURNISIIKD COTTAOE of
3 or 4 Rooms for two young men.
lteply htatlng piiee, etc Address "S,"
this olliee. 4011 i't
CARD of THANKS.
MR and Mrs. John P. Ashworth ex
tend their beany thanks to llio
immv ft lends who so Kindly sympathised
with' them dm lug the llhieis and at the
death of their only child, lleniy Whlt
taker, and for the Moral tributes sunt to
his grave 401) It
HOTEL FOR SALES !
rIMlVT Kluu New, Two-
L Stmy building opposite
the Hallway .Station, Wailuku,
m m TWi
at present occupied by (Jeo. W. Maefar-
laue cc i'ii, Tins is uiu uesi uusniebs
ttaud in Wailuku, and suitable for either
a hotel or sloio. ll commands a thin
view of ihe harbor, For terms apply to
the iniilei signed,
, MRS. K. BATOHEr.OK,
40'J tf 160 Nuuauu Avenue.
"Never Hare Them Now,"
Said a gentleman in convurealiiui,
speaking of l1ioe IroubleMiino things
Coins. The reason why was quite
ovidont. Ho had ucd sonic of our
new com extei initiator. This is a
simple harmless remedy, easily ap
plied and oiy ollectivo, removing ev
en tliu roots of the corn without pain.
Do you use soap? Wo haven't said
an.slhing about iip fur two mouth.
Mosl of mn customers procured a
lau;o Mipply dining our soap week
but ii it not iiin-l washed away by
this time? We think so ami havo a
new line of soap to nfior Jas. S. Kirk
it Co V. These fcaps are a boon lor
theso dull times which (-onio complain
about Ihcyi'o cheap in price but of
veiy goil quality. Colgate it Co. aro
well represonted in the soup lino in
our store. We havo tho lainous
"Good Morning" soap, too. This is
Penis' and if you Will lead their ad
veilisenicuts carefully you'll be con
vinced of its superiority to any other.
We have all sorts of shaving soaps,
also. Our assortment of lather brushes
is daily glowing less but yet havo a
fino lot from which you can make
your selection. Wo keep shaving
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner ITort iV: Jvliiir ftreotn.
TflE CEO. LUCAS' HOMESTEAD
Oil IviUcul Placo.
Containing 7 Beihooms, Parlor, Dining
room, Sittltig-i coin, Bath, etc. Also a
2-Jtoom Cottage In tho yard. There are
Stables and l a'riago House. Kent 40
per month. Apply to
I0S tf C. J. ItfcCAKTHY.
Hawaiian Land Shells
To make up a collection.
StST Apply to 11. HEMPKL,
At Gont-alves & Co , Queen St., from 1
to 4:30 l M. 400 31
Building Lot Wanted !
1 DESIRE to purchase in the
vicinity ol School or
i Foit siicets.
J. L. MEYER,
130 Koit stieet.
A Iliiirsv aud
ness at -10 Alakua stieet.
HWO Nicely Furnished
JL Rooms centrally located.
52 Enquho Bulletin Olliee.
VIIOUhE coiitiining Five
Jtoouis aud Kitelieu in
ICawaiahao I.ane, Hist hou-e
below King stieet. Apply at this olliee.
rpWO Furnished Cottages,
X two looms in each. Rent
9 14. Apply to
Cor. Foi t & Met chant sts.
DUVAL PRi:.MIES, 31
Beretauii stieet, opno
sltu Foit-bticut Cliiueli. Ap
R. I. I.ll.LIK,
AtTlieo. II. Davles X Co.
VERY Desirable Iti-sl-deneu
beyond tho Pil-
eoiitainliiir Rooms with
Kitchen, Pantry. Diulngroom mil Hath.
The Piemisesaru well-laid out with ft ul t
and other uees. Apply to
Li. P. FERNANDEZ,
400 1m At 11. F. Wichiuan's.
HOUSE & LOT POH SALE.
ON Young stieet. House
contains live looms,
kitchen, batliioom, etc. Lot
HOxltU feet. For fuither particuhus
apply to JOSE MEDKIROS,
370 1m Young stieet.
HPHE House now occupied
by T. Smith, iwi., on
Beietaula street next to Mr.
Lose. Possession given on the 1st of
May next. For particulars Iiumiiu at
tliu Custom House.
3!ll tf G. E. UOAltDMAN.
NOTlOE Is hereby given that Wing
Loy Chan of Honolulu, having
nude an assignment to K. Podeyu, all
claims against tliu said Wing Loy Chan
uiiifct bu sent to the said IC Podeyu
within thieu mouths fiom date or they
will be forever barred; all debtuis of the
said Wing Loy Chan aio luquuatcd to
make Immediate payment of their In
debtedness to K. Podeyu, or at the olliee
of II, V, Schmidt ii Sous in Honolulu.
Ahslgncu of Estato of Whig Loy Oban.
Honolulu, Apill '25, I St)i,'. 409 at
HANDSOME Pui veil
Antique Oak Bed
room Set, mai blu top, wllh
rti a Spi lug Clipper Mat
ti ess, made to older; Bed
Clothing, Mosquito Net, Extra Largo
Feather Pillows for sale ataliaigalu;
aUo .Matting, Toilet bet, etc , Mutable
for a kluglu young man or couple. Kent
of coitage 610 pur month. Forpaitl
ciihu hiuiiiie at the olliee of thU paper.
PAPER HANGING !
n ivk .i.
L Mkvkii tho Painter a call
and have your Paper Uaiiglug done
promptly and neatly. i;U) Fort stieet,
1, O. Box U87. Mutual TeWfphcuie
pea." " " T6QU"
Sy&VViS.- .S A
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
7 I'lrfi l Tl T
- 'c ra' Jfw
' . :-Uy-
1 II Vf '1 I f I I I I 1 lllll,.
v m l
I 1. Mc'lrf
THE HIGHEST GRADI3 OF BOTTLED
Water, Upr Ale antt (M Ante der !
DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY.
IOS frort Mtrci't.
1 04 Fort street, Honolulu.
pecial Value in Ladies' Night Gowns !
See what we are now selling for SI.
Good Cotton and
OUR felvIHTS FOR 50 CENTS ! CAN'T BE BEAT 1
LADIES' CORSET COVERS
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES 1
CONtS'IlTUTlNG THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1850 BY C. E. WILLIAMS FO.R CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cabinet Milking, Upholstering & Undertaking
Business In Honolulu aie jstill extant, and tho business, Its originator and
present proptieior liuie to stay. Hiding piuchased the ontiio Inteiest of
the late llim of II. II. Williams & Co., eompiUlug the laigcst stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; pi!uclpillyelcctod by II, 11. Williams timing Ills late threo
mouths' visit to Ihe Coa-t, I now offer this stock aud future additions for
CASH at prices much les than heietofoiu ehmged.
tir Tho uudeiBigned in lesuinlug bin old place and business would respect
fully lender Ida giatefnl tlimkn for the llbeial pationuge of old fi lends of thin
aud nelglihoilug Island, and hopes to meill a continuance of (heir favors while
soliciting a shaio fiom nuw fi lends; and again offeis Ids services In
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
Uy Experienced and Careful Men wilh Suitable Apparatus.
Malting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Vlen !
1&- PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. "
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10I I-'ort SUivi't,
XViltiy, Siit.iintiiy nut! .Hdiuluy, we will oll'oi our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Eifty Cents !
RECIUl,Ait PRICE, 7.V,
8-Bulton Sac (Jlovosi, 7fo., legular piico, $1.
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By the "Ilcninoic" now discharg
ing wc icceived20UO Pieces
And to make loom for it we offer
our entire slock of Plain Wiiitb
II.yvii.axd at an enormous l eduction.
We will, in future, keep only tho
decorated waie for sale. The White
China is of the same fine quality as
And our Syrups made from
Pure Fruit Juices !
Honolulu. II. I.
00 and SI. 'in ! They are Well-made,
Nicelv Primmed 1
ite Skirts I
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