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TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1892.
May 3 -Am
bk Colli -a, 1(1 days fiom San Franels-
Am bktiiu S G Wilder, la days from San
Sloop Kitttilunl fivm Pearl City
Stinr V G Hall for Maul and Hawaii tit
10 a in
StmrMiknhala for Kauiii at 5 p in
tStuir Claudine tor Jlaui at 5 p in
Stmr Wuiiilealu for Nawlliwili, ITaiia-
inaiilii, Kilaut-a and Uanalei at 1 p in
Ger bk Paul Isonborg. Welters, for sau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
ijtmr Kilauen Hon for Kukalau and Oo
kala at 4 p m
GARC0ES FROM ISLAND PURTS.
Stinr Mikahttla - 175H b.tgs iijiir, 7 green
bides, 1 horse, 10 bags rice.
Stinr Iwnlani 054 bags sugar.
btnir Waiuleale 'i'Mii b.ig sugar, 58 bag
For Maui and Hawaii, per W G Hal),
May a-Volcano: Mia F Jtyher. T M
Starkey, it II Ferguson. Way poits: Col
Noirhi, Mrs Shiinnan, Mrs II ; Greeu
wcll, Miss t a'ey, J Mousarrat, Mis M
Ui, C L llrito, Hon Paul Iseuberg, II K
Glade. Mrs II Ienberg and 50 deck.
From Iltiinakua, per stmr Iwalani, May
1 Mr and Mrs Litigate, S Maeuuley, Mr
Pepper, .) beott and 15 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, May
1 Hon A S Wilcox, M A Mitchell and
wife, Misses Mitebell C-) mid governess,
V Knudscn and wife, ,1 F llackfeld, Paul
Isenberg, Mrs A Cropp, Mrs II It-cnbers:,
Miss J Smith. II II Giustiiis, Mrs A C
Pfeidner, v Hasselbreuig, Captain Wai,
David Keliiplo. Ah Wai, Mis Haul, Mrs
Ahstin and 3L' deck.
The German bark Paul Ucnberg, Wel
ters master, expects to get away thh af
ternoon for San Francisco with u full
load of sugar.
The Am bark Colusa, itacku.s master,
arrived this morning and is awaiting :i
berth at the P M S .- whaif.
The t-leainer Klnaii will be due from
Maui and and Hawaii to-monow nioni
lng. The steamer Pole is loading wiiu co.il
for Makaweli expecting to sail either to
inoirow or next day
Tlie Aiiidicau liarkeiillue Irmgaril,
Schmidt master, anlvcd tit ban Francis
co on April lSth, 111 day." from Honolulu.
The Norwegian brig Uato is the lirst
full-ilgged brig that bus been in poit
.since the departure of the Allie Howe
for China seveial years ago. The latter
ve.-sfl foundcied In a gale off the coast
of ( hiuii
For April, 181)2, from the Weather
Service Jteeo d at the Government
bpuiou sit Puliation.
Average temperature 711 2 F. Normal,
Extreme range of temperature fil to
Me.m dally raugo Itt.'J.
Average minimum C7,(l; average maxl
iiiuin 81 5.
Average height of barometer U0.04; nor
Dally aveiage range of buroineter 0.0(51.
I xtiemo iange,2!i.'J:i loweM, toIIO.'-'l
highest. Low pressure period
jiruiiult" the Itiili and Will. High Vnl
rolneter around the lt and lUth
m tenuieratiuo period about tliu 3rd
and lth and liighest ineau temiiera
ttue on tliu l'Jlh.
Average iclative humidity 70.5; normal
7(i.O. Absolute huuiidlly 7.0 gralui
to eublo foot.
Iculnfall L'.40 hi.; normal 3 15.
GJoiidiucss51 )i'iceut; uo:mal5U.
Wind aveiage, lteaufoit seuht. 2 0.
Wind dliectioii, N. to U, Including IC,
(i dayei K. to S. Including b 1'J
ilays.S. io ., incliulug W.) 1 tlin,
V. fo JJ., ipehidiiig N 1 ilaj,
Jteguhirtiade wind days, 2. Normal
numbe'r of trade wind tluyb for Apill,
Kaln i coord days, 15.
Peilodh of weiuber dlstiiibanco 3rd, 13th
The mouth has been characterized by
Eoutheily airs, and land and Ra
bieee.s to Hie almost entre oxclu
ilop'pf trale-wli'nla, UMi wqu,
however, in gieat i-Ncesb in March.
Dry, hot weather Is repotted from Hit
wall, thu sumo fiout Muulj there
have been moderate rains on Oiiliu
and unite heavy rains on Kauai with
tl.umter anil lightning the last week.
The average lempeiatnre has not
been pcieeptib'v above the normal,
hut eon) nights have been set off by
vei v Wttrui days. An cirtliipiako was
felt' on Mtmlon the 2'-'ll,
O, I. L0.NH,
Ju Charge of Weather Service.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
A i.i rTUiti: on Beethoven this even
ing nl Y. M. C. A,
Raw stiL'ir wn dull and steady nl
! lust accounts ill Now Yuri:.
Tim 1 M. S, S.Cliimi nmy lie along
to-morrow fioin the Const.
Diamond IIkaii, II n. in. Wcalliei
clear; wind, light fcoulliuo.it.
Tliu baik Colusa biotighl among
her caigo !003 lings of feriill.om.
'I'm: band will give a moonlight
conceit at Thomas Sqttato this oVoii-"'S-
'I'm: O. S. S. MmipuMi will probably
(hop in from the Colonies toqnonuw
Tin l'uiialiuu Preparatory Scholars'
.Muydny eulertiiiiimtMil will take place
Jas. l' iMoi'Kun will Mill the bank
rupt t-touk of Wing Loy Chun tit 10
Hawaiian Coiiiinereiiil & Sni;ur
Co.'n utoek is HEj to UJ on the Sun
Tin; dredeo was towed out to the
liar aain this inorniug, the weathei
beini,' fuvoralile for its work.
A nti.VAWAY occurred on Meiehuut
slieet fhoitly after noon today lesull
ing in Ihchiiuitdiiug up of iwosafeiius
Qutri: a liuinher of Poriugucse and
llieii fiiinilies are inking steerage
berths for tliu Coast on the Mariposa.
Tliu atiiuiiil Kocml of tlie StiangorV
Friend Society will be held on Tliuis
day evening at Mrs. .1. A. Hopper's.
Tiu: S. (.1. Wilder brought tlnee
thiys' later new?, the most important
of which can lie found in to-dy's
A naiivk boy named ICahale was
lined 1 13 in the Police Court for uh
sault and buttery on u Chinaman ui
Jliis. F. itylier, T. M. Rtarkey and
R. B. Fergu-nn were passengers on
the steamer W. G. Hall for the Vol
who this morning.
Captain Walker is a solitary cabin
passenger booked to leave on the It.
M. S. Alameda for tlie Colonies.
Several are going steerage.
Don't forget tlie Gleaner's lawn
paity to be given Saturday afternoon
on W. 11, Castle's prcinihcs. The San
Francisco band will be in attendance.
Captain Uiickus of the hark Colusa
has the thanks of the Bui.i.ctin for
San Fr.n.eisco papers as late as April
17. Pilot B.ibcock will please accept
A JUNloit bix-o.irud race has been
ari.inged between the Myrtle anil
llcalani boat clubs The race is to
take place on Queen Yictoiia's birth
day, May 21th.
Tiik volunteers of Engine Co. No. 1
and Mechanic Engine Co. will meet
this evening, l'iie penn nit is Hying
tioin the flagpole of the former. Won
der what the hoys mean?
An advertisement appeared in yes
teiday's Bulletin for a lost dog. Half
an hour after the Bui.i.nriN was pub
lished G. Schumann the advertiser,
received notice of where his dog was.
At 12 noon to-morrow Jas. F. Mor
gan will sell at auction a very desine
ble lot, HO by 120 feet, adjoining tlie
residence of T, V. Lansing on Lun.i
lilo street. A liner site for a residence
in now hard to obtain.
NoTWiTHhTANDiNC. the Honolulu
papers' "taking out of the new yacht,"
she still lies in the hold, while Captain
Jenkins is as busy as ever woiking
with his ciew discharging sundry
When the steamer W. G. Hall was
going out tlie passage this morning
she met the tug Eleu towing in the
Wilder. The dredge being on the
Ewa side the Hall had to heave to
until the low passed her.
Captain J. G. Grillilhs, of the hark
entino S. G. Wilder, will please accept
thu thanks of tlie Buli.iitin for a full
iilo of lato Sail Frineisco papers
Everyonu is pleased to see genial
Captain Grilhths' muling face again.
l)i:i'UTY Attorney-Genoral Chas.
Creighton, Com t Stenographer Wal
ter Jones and Hon. C. W. Aslifoid
will leave this evening on the steamer
Cl.iudine for Maui in connection with
tlie he.uiug of tlie opium ease. Mr.
Arliford will defend the three defend
A hiiipmiint of Japanese laborers
may be expected hem about the mid
dle of June', to taku the places of
those whose contracts have oxpiied.
Since January 1st about a thousand
Japanese have left the islands for
Japan and California, and there me
more to go in the future.
Tin: trial of Chan Lin alias Ah
Sing and ymg Chee, charged with
perjury in (lie second degree, on
Mai cli 20, before the Police Justieo in
the criminal case against Pan Clutok,
ut al., is being heard this afternoon.
The ease in which those Chiuainen
Jiro alleged to have committed pur
juiy is tliu famous highbinder's suit,
which was heard in Mm eh. U. W.
Ashlord for prosecution ; J.M. David
sou for defense.
THE 8. 0. WILDER.
The barkeiitliie S. G. Wilder, J.
G. Gtilllihs, master, itnived this
morning, 13 days from San Fran
cisco, witli a caigo of general mer
chandise consigned to F. A.Sihaefer
& Co, Her caigo consisted of 1100
ells barley, 50 tons uind,, 27 iM
siingjes and lq bales hay, valued' nV
$Hi2fi. Memorandum of voyage:
First two days northwest winds,
thence to poll southeast to south-boulh-west
winds. Have been in
sight of Honolulu the hut two days.
The Wilder will discharge her cargo
at Iirewer'b wlnuf. Captain Grilhtus
is to be coiigniluli.tcd nn his quick
passage. Thp Wilder biotight news
up to Apiil'iOlh, three days later
than that brought by the Colusa,
April 20th, per
IIIIUAT UAltTHQCAKt: IN CAUFOItNIA.
All oatthqtmku of uiiusu.il violunuo
racked California north and south
eaily in the morning of Aptil li). It
was more destructive in some of the
towns than in San Francisco.
Main street in Yaeavillo is a mass
of crumbling ruins from one end to
Hip 'ither. The south side of the
street is nothing moie nor less than n
row of wrecked biick structures, the
street is lilted with bricks and lum
ber, the cracked edifices are propped
up with huge beams to prevent them
fiom tailing bodily into Hie roadway.
On the north side the buildings were
mainly of wood, and the principal
damage was in chimneys that came
down by the run.
In the two-story house of W. J.
Dobbins, Vaeaville, two women were
bin led under two feet of bricks and
plaster. They had pulled tliu bed
clothes over their faces at the llrsl
shock. When dug out it was found
that they .were not seriously injured.
Tliu total loss in and about Vaea
ville is estimated at from 70,000 to
150,000. Two newspaper olllces
had llieir type pied. About 100
people were deprived of their sleep
Dixon was also laid in ruins. The
shock came at 2:1.) a. m. and in a
few moments there was ruin on every
hand. Firu broke out in several
places at once, but tlie firemen work
ed heroically and prevented the
llames from spi ending. Still thou
sands of dollars' damage was done
by tire. The business blocks are
nearly all brick, and everyone of
them is badly damaged and some
hopelessly wiucked. Many of the
tinest residences in town aie wrecked
and not moie than live chimneys in
town arc standing.
In the country around Dixon the
loss was very serious ; hardly a house
rests on its foundation and some of
them are not habitable. Tlie losses
to tanner.-, will aggregate S10,000.
Woodlands received the slioke at
3:10 u. in. The shock was a series
of rapidly intermittent vibrations, at
lirst almost north and south and
changing frequently from east to
west. .Much damage was done to
buildings and their contents.
Winters is described as looking as
though a cyclone struck it. Every
brick and stone building in the town
is damaged more or less, and some
buildings ate total wrecks. Num
bers of private residences arc total
wrecks. The lois to the town is
from 8.10,000 to SCO,000.
The earthquake slopped the two
standard clocks in Naval Observatory
at Mare Island, the lirst time the3'
were ever so affected.
From about a score of towns and
villages the report is of the severest
shock felt in many years, that of
lbU8 being the nearest rival.
In San Francisco the greatest re
sult was the downfall of the old Aca
demy of Sciences building on the
corner of California and Dupont
streets. Workmen had been engaged
injuring down this wall, in order to
put in a new front and change the
place to a theater.
Eastern visitors rushed out of the
hotels clad in their night raiment,
and were with dilllculty persuaded
Professor Davidson of the Coast
and Geodetic Survey timed the earth
quake at 2 li. ;"1 m. 41 s. a. in. He
loolt a icgisVer of the vibrations and
says it was one of those earthquakes
that lour, being the second of that
brand which he had observed.
II. L. Rand, U. S. Consul to the
Caroline Islands who was refused
recognition by the Spanish con
querors of the group, left San Fran
cisco April 18 lor Washington.
A lire on the San Francisco water
front April 1!) destroyed Scott &
McCord's stables and damaged tlie
Vulcan Iron Works. George Peter
sou lost his life in the stables. Five
horses were roasted to death.
Dawson, lightweight champion of
Australia, defeated Gallagher, the
Oakland lighter, in 42 rounds at tlie
The trouble between the United
State and Italy, growing out of the
lynching of Italians at New Orleans,
has been composed by the payment
of $25,000 by the United States t,o
Italy for the families of. the victims.
In answer to a question by a Call
reporter, regarding Hie report that
i one of the Spieekels rellueries in
Philadelphia had been shut down,
Adolph li. Sprockets said:
"One of our rellueries nt Philadel
phia shut down on Thursday lust be
online of a tire whjcli destroyed a
huge cooper-shop that supplies bar
rels to the establishment. This will
be soon rebuilt and the rellucry will
then commence operations again.
There is no intention to closu Hie
oilier letliicries. All of them arc in
full blast and business was never
A travuluig man who chanced to
bo in the store of E. V. Wood, at
MeKees Rooks, Pa,, bays while lie
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a littlo
girl oaiiiu in witli an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm nip
said: "Mnniuia i,nnto another bot
tle oi tlm't miuicinu; she says (tie
tho bust medicine for rheumatism she
evur used." 50 cent bottles for side
by all dealers, Buiisou, Smith Co.,
rfiii nwtiit-nt'rtii f!u
ASSAULTED A WOMAN.
A fellow named Ilirura was arrested
yesterday on a wan ant issued by
Mis M. K. Nakuitin, on a charge of
assault and battery on her person.
Iliruea was arraigned in the Police
Court this morning on the elmigc,
when he pleaded not guilty. Mrs.
Nakuitin in evidence slated that
Iliruea was a contract laborer with
her. Monday she asked him to go
into the kitchen and wash the dishes,
which he sullenly did. Returning
later Mrs. Nakuitin missed some milk
and charged Iliruea with the theft.
She was stooping over a can when
Iliruea struck at her, cursing nt the
same time. The blow caught Mrs.
Nakuitin under the ear, staggering
her. lie had often threatened to as
sault her. The Police Justice re
served his judgment until to-morrow.
A white woman was plucking flow
ers in Thumas Square at G:30 this
morning, when. she made an interest
ing discovery. Two bags were seen
by her which had been pushed under
a large shrub, and, strange to say,
the bags displayed an internal move
ment as if thuy were breathing. The
bags on being examined were found
to contain about a dozen and a half
of beautiful fowls. Somebody tele
phoned to the Station and an olllcer
was sent to the square to bring in
tlie chickens. Evidently the thief
had been startled by someone ap
proaching, or else frightened by the
comet, and dropped his plunder
where it was found. It is only a few
weeks since another bag of fowls was
picked up in Tlinmas Square.
Mr. M. N. Sanders, proprietor of
Sanders' Baggage Express, met with
a painful accident 3'esterday. He
was assisting his employees in laud',
ing an iron safe when the forelinger
of his left hand was caught and the
tip smashed. The lirst joint of tlie
linger had to be amputated.
Gko. Wilson lnib a notice elsewhere.
C. J. McCauthy has lots
street for sale.
Stokaok forferniture, wagons, etc.,
can be had at II Union street.
AUKit shaving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Aeeuts.
St'NnuiiN ieliuMd at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Nativk Fans and Curios in great
variety al the "Elite" lee Cream
Parlors. 4-1 m
1Iono1iUI.it Fire Police will meet al
the" hall of Engine Co. No. 2 this
Tiik Brunswick billiard pailors are
the most "elegant pleasuie resort in
"WiiniiK shall I see you this even
ing?" "Oil, same old place, tlie
Brunswick." 0 tf
Tiik lease of two tracts of laud at
Kan, Hawaii, will be sold at Aliio
luni Hale on June 4.
J. A. Maooon has some superior
collages, just built by Mr. Lincoln, at
Young ami Makiki streets.
Lkwis J. Levey will hold a sale of
Chinese ami Japanese ornaments,
also sundiy merchandise, to-morrow
at 10 o'clock.
Dni.inons eoiiee and chocolate will
be sctvid every morning early at the
Palace lee Cream Patlois, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Hoiel mi eel. 1-lf
J. Haoi.i: has been appointed by
the Minister of the Interior an agent
to take acknowledgment! to labor
contracts for the district of Wailuku.
Tin: lease for 25 yeais of the Gov
ernment land of Opiliikao, Puna, con
taining 1500 acies, will he sold June
I at an upset price f $200 per an
num. Gut youi iitiots and shoes made
and loiiaued by the old Wailuku
shiiciuiikci, L, Toi:nnii;s, on East
Hotel sticet, Fiisl-ol.isb wink, low
pi ice.-, 4-tl
C. Ritmvi'.it v Co. oiler to let the
stores in the Arlington block, recently
occupied by E. G, .Schumau, together
Willi the cellar the finest and diiest
in Hie city.
I)ki:ss.mak'ino, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Pet feet lit
guaranteed, MISS WOLF, 73 Bore
tania stieet, or Mutual telephone (i'Jii,
b'ofoiu 8 a, in. or 5:30 p. til. 8-!liu
M iss M AKV Lvi.i:, lately book-keeper
with Eg.iu it CJ u ii n , is prepared to do
stenographing and type-writing at
modulate rates. Graduate of Heuld's
Business College, San Francisco, Box
10 P. O., both telephones 205. 1-1 w
AuvKinisuits who have been with
thu BtJM.LTi.s from Us start are among
its best patioiib now. They have yet
to discover that advertising doesn't
pay, and iavu seen in-ny rivals dU
appotu who didn't beliovo in adver
tising. . m m
Itx ' llriiiuiire."
The i'AOU'H! ILvupWAUi; Co,, Ld.,
have just received from England an
Invoice of the well-known Dmilton
Ware, comprising Jlrcakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etu.j cle
Their supply of Plantation Tools
ami Supplies is very complete, as also,
of lnlriouti)g Qis.
Carboliueuni Avenaiius by the bar.
rcl, case or smaller quantity.
"hm Have Thu Now,"
Said a gentleman in converMition,
ftpcakiiig nf llio.-o Irouhletoinc things
Corns. Tin leison why Wiw qtiile
evident Mo had used some ol our
new corn exterminator. This is a
ftimplc bunnies renu dy, easily ap
plied ami very ellcetive, lemoving ev
en the lout- of the com without pain.
Do you use simp? We haven't said
nn thing about snap for two uiunlbs,
Miwi i.f uii eu-loinors piocured a
huge supply dining our soap wool;
bin i it nut nni.it washed away by
tins lime? Wo think so and have a
new bm of coup In "fler Jit. S. Ivirk
it Co 's. These s mil lire a boon lor
(hose dull limes which some mmplni l
about theyr'v cheap in pliee but of
very gum! quality. Colgate it Co. are
well leprestnted in the 'onp line in
our stme. We have the lanipus
"(Joml .Morning" soup, too. This is
lVais' mid if you will read their ad
veitiseinents cntefully you'll bo con
vinced of its siipenority to any other.
We have all sorts of shaving soaps,
also. t)ur assortment of lather brushes
is daily glowing less but yet have a
lino lot from which you can make
your selection. We keep shaving
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Cornel- ITort V" Itlntr fl ritstn.
J.W.WINTElt,Slt.,l)I)S W. O. WINTKIt, Mt).,IDS.
Otllce Hotel St., opp. Y. M. C. A., ad
joining the Honolulu Llbiary.
Branch Olllee, : : : 200 Kearny st., S. F.
ALL Dental operations skilfully per
formed at San Francisco pi ices;
which are 30 percent cheaper than Hono
lulu price-; and if uot as good as the
best Dentistry in Honolulu no charge
will be made. You need not go to San
Francico for your Dentistry. Onrgieat
reduction in prices the citizens have de
manded, and we will supply tlie demand.
wi: iiavi: ioui: to hi.ii a is :
B3f Call and get prices and save your
money. We return our thanks to the
citizens of Hawaii, Maul and ICaual for
their liberal pati eiuage and solicit a eon
tiiiuuncu of the same.
OrriCK Houns: 7 a. m. to li v. m.
Cottages to Rent 1
111 unmoleteil Tluee Veiv
SaasasSS Desirable Cottages on the
-- ,rn ...
corner of Young and Makiki street.
These Cottages have been Mulshed with
all modern iminovemcuts ami being
situated near the Makiki Valley have
abundance of fresh and cool air. The
grounds contain beautiful shade trees
ai.d nui! plants. They are only two
minutes' walk from the tnuneai, and
parties desirous of securing one of the
very pleasautest situation-, of the city
are requested to inspect tlie above pie
lnises. 4clY" For fiuthcr pailieiilars apply to
111 lm J. A. MAGUON.
M English, B
l 7 1TII Illustrations fiom the Coui-
V i positions of the Gieat Computer,
and other Selection- by a Choir of Ifoys,
On Tuesday Evertino, May 3rd,
AT H O'CIiOCIl.
Tim Bicycle with which Ruby
Dexter won the Medal on
VST KOLD BY
Theo, H. Oavies & Co,
Sausages ! Sausages !
FRESH Bologna, Liver Pudding.
Blood Pudding, Head Cheese.
Frapkfiiit SMiisauc, Vienna Sausage and
Fine Pork Sausage always on hand and
delivered to older by
GEO. D. SCHRAEDER,
1!)2 King street.
W" Mutual Tel. 710. 343 3m
Island Shells and Curios !
WHOLESALE and retail, cheap for
T T uuf.il. at 101 rori street, between
Killers' dry goods
Htoio and I' rank
ucitz's snoe store.
THE Stores in "Arlington
!Sk Block" recently occupied
iWJ.-Jti5 by 1'.. u. fccniiinan ato to let,
together with the Cellar. This Cellar is
the llnest and diiest in the city. Apply to
U. ilJtKYVKK 111),,
A ' lack ami White
Coach Dog, wearing collar
and bells, Howard for its
NOT I OK.
C'APTAIN BOSS .JENKINS of the
Bi Itlsh hhlp "Beiinioie" will not
he responsible for any debts cnutiactcd
by his ciew without his wiltien older,
WANTlii) iO RUNT
1 X DNl'TRNibllKn CO'lTAtiK of
V 3 or 4 RomiiRfor two
Reply stating pilco, etc
lion .you vviiuii it Portrait
Kiilariitl o.ill on IUiik IJros,,
g;it their init:e lir-L itnd i-ih)
uuniplCH. TUey ctiii't bo boat.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreekels' Bank, Honolulu.
THE HIGHEST GRADE OF BOTTLED
Soda Water, Giapr Ala aaii Grata Apple Cider !
DELIVERED TO ANY
X X "O
Vort Nlropf. : :
104 Fort barest, Honolulu.
OUR OWN .MAKE
pecial Value in Ladies' Night Gowns !
See what we are
now selling for
OUR SKIRTS FX)R 50 CENTS ! CAN'T BE BEAT !
LADIES' CORSET COVERS !
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES !
.Vituii - ,f, n
Z'-VT V: TO
jv i rcijjvv ."-wuj ,
COXS'I ITUTIXG THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1S5!) BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Fiii'iiilui'i), Cabinet Making,
Business in Honolulu tuu still extant, ami the business, Its origluator and
pie.-eut proprietor here to slay. Ilavltig purcha-ed the entile iiituiust of
tlie late 11 1 mi of II. II. Williams , Co., comprising the l.ugest stoek of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; prliieipilly -eleotcd by 11. 11. William- during his late three
mouth-' vl'lt to the Ooa-l', I now offer this stock and tutuio additions fur
CASH at prices much Ie.-.- than heretofore charged.
UT The iiudersigneil In leMimiug ln-old place and busbies- would respect
fully tender his grated. 1 thanks for the liberal patronage of old friends of till-
and' neighboring Island-, and hope. to un-ilt u continuance of their favors while
soliciting a share lroin new friends; and again offers liU services In
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced ami Careful Men vvlih Suitablo Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men!
flQr PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -K9
3 Al. W 1JL 64 T O I If. I
I&4M k Qt WWW
100 I'm'! Mrci't,
ITrliluy, !-iiMii'l.y umtl .Al.ntliiy, vj vlll ollttr our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAR PRICE, 75;
8-Button Sao Gloves, 75c , r.-gul.ir price, $1,
ALL-SILK KIBBOK, CII13A1 KOU UASlL !
No. 2, li5e; No. 3,75c; No. 5, Win; Nu.7,!fl; No. 0, f 1.25;
No. 12, $1.10; No. 10, $1.75.
$ t UU S I )fH T i CI 8
ing we i oi uved 2IMM1 Pieces
And to make room for it we offer
our unliro slouk of Plain White
Havilasm) nt au oiioruiotts tedtiction.
We will, in future, keep only the
decorated ware for sale. Tins White
China is of lite same lino quality as
And our Syrups made IVom
Pure Fruit Juines !
PART OF THE CIl'Y.
O I SS T JS
Honolulu. (I. 1,
and SI. 25 ! They aie Well-made,
Nicelv Trimmed !
L'iliolstei'iog tf lladerti