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WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1802.
,. , ARRIVALS.
Stmr ICltimi from Maul and Hawaii
Httnr Lolum from Uiiinnkun
Htnir Knnlu from Lalmlua
Stmr ,1 A Cummins from Kotilnu
Hohr Hitlcakahi from Knua
S S China from Sun Francisco
S S Murlpoxn Irom the Colonics
Stmr Kllaitcii lion for Kukniun and Oo
kal.i at 4 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TU-MuRROW.
S S Mariposa for San FianeUeo
S S uiilim for Yokohanii and Hongkong
Stmr Pole for Mnkawcll
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kinau -1)502 bags sugar, 117 bags
potatoes, 2S bigs corn, 172 slnsep, 1
horses, 2 cows and calves, C pigs,
47 03 pineapples. 57 pkgs bides, 3
bales wool and luj pksi sundries.
1"or Kiipiul, per 'stmr .lam s Mnkcc,
'May 2 Mis O B Makee, Miss Juuiilta
Jlassingcr and 10 deck.
For Maul, per stmr Cluudluc, May 3
Miss I'aulsell, M Us Simpson, Mrs C V M
Former, Mrs T .1 King, K 1) Baldwin,
Iti'v O P Emerson, Mrs .J C I.orenzon, L)r
11 Lutz, l F Franca, l.o Cheung, .1 W
:Jones, i on C XV Ashford, Ohas Crelgh
lon, G E tioardniaii, Mrs 11 G Treailway
uml Mr Sliaueh.
For Kau.il, per stm Mlkabala. May It
lion A S Wilcox, U Bodoeke, M Pcr
relw, It ' orulnnia and E Swan.
From Mmil and Hawaii, per stmr Kl-
,iinii, May 4 From Volcano: .1 KCatne!,
and wife, Miss Oarrlck, 11 4'urner, Mis
Noiton, DrO L Goddanl, Or Win White,
,11 D. illggs, Mrs A F Dixon, J 11 Wood
From v, ay ports : Mi's L Wilbelni, Mis
1$ II Austin. 0 J Austin, J Waldvogel, G
,W MoElroy, T It Walkei, Mrs .1 EOod
Oard, Mrs (J L Uoddurd, Pr A MuWayne,
Godfrey Hrown, Miss LGreenwell, Bish
op Willis, Father Oliver, O Uowsett.
A Barnes, J ft Gnriiett, O L W iglit and 2
.uhildleu, .1 U Slvow and 8G deck.
From the Colonies per 11 M S S Mari
jiosa, May i Miss .lane Lisliinati mid
jUiss i!J ft nines and 'Z steerage; 80 cauin
and i0 steerage passengers in transit.
The toaikeutine Mary Winkelnian hav
ing finished Uisebargiug her caigo, lias
removed to the XV S S Lo's whart where
she is now taking In sugar.
The steamer Pele will leave to-morrow
for Makaweli with several bundled tons
x)f coal, lumber and rollers.
Arrived at Hilo, April 2"tb, 4-masled
schooner Puritan, Captain Peteisou, 17
Jays from San Francisco, with 250 tons
Arrivals April 27th, stmr Iviuau from
Honolulu; April 30th, Am sehr Emma
Claudiua, M Minis master, 15 days from
S:ui FrauuUco, to Hawaiian Kaiboad Co
with asoited earjro of grain, feed, Hour,
groceries, lime. etu. Consignees, - G
i ilder & Co, Kohuhi Sugar o and C F
Hart; May 3rd, stiurKluau from Hilo.
Sailed April 22d, sell .Inlin G North,
Ipcn master, for San Francisco. Cargo
10,0(50 b.igs sugar, 1.11)4,210 pounds, value
W,Oj5.40. Shippers: Hawi Mill, 2002
bags; T H Davies & Co, 0380 bags; Ha
lawa Plnntatiuu, 1200 bags and Akona &
Aeu. 403 bags; A pi II 27th, stmr Kintiu
for Hilo; May 3d, stmr Kinau for Hono
lulu. The Emma Claudiua will probably get
away from Mahukomi for han Fr.iueiaco
this, Wednesday, morning, 4tb iu-t.
TODD At Iwilei, Iloiiolulu, May 3, 1802.
1 Adiian, youngeit son of A. A Todd,
of South Kouu, Hawaii, aged 3. years
find 9' months. Funeral took place
this morning from Iwilei.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Bund
under the leadership of Professor H.
Bergor will give a concert at the Ha
waiian Hotel this evening. The fol
lowing is the program.
March Ilnpsburg Krai
Overture -The Blind Men of Toledo,
Andante Sin prise Symphony.... Haydn
Seleetion Bohemian Gill Balfe
"Mikioi." "Puu Ohiilu."
'Ua Hiki No Me A'n."
Echo Piece Sounds from Near and
Afar : . ' Burald
Piccolo Solo El ua Milan liwi Ivling
Waltz The Skaters Waldteufel
Quadrille Fun at the Fair Williams
THE KAU ELECTION.
The special election in Kau, Ha
waii, for Representative, to fill the
vacancy caused by the judicial un
seating of Mr. J. N. Kapahu, result
ed in the election of Mr. Kapahu,
National Liberal. His majority over
Mr. O. K. Apiki, Reform, was CG,
Kapahu receiving 192, and Apiki
tyG voles'. Mr. Apil;i was the ule
eatpd candidate in'tl)e gcnerjil elec
tion', under whose protest the elcur
tion was voided.
Kx " lli'inuon'.1
Tlio Pacific IIaiiowahf. Co., Ld.,
have just received' from fSnjjIanrt an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Hreakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantatou Tqoja
and Suppljes is vpry complete, as also,
of Lubricating Oils,
Carbolineuin Avenuilus by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
When you wain a Portrait
Enlarged (jnll on KIhk Ilrojj.,
get 1lier prieo Iik aiul we
buiuuIi-8.' They cau't bo beat.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
To-niomt'h b.iml Concert will bo ill
Tiik E.irl mid Countess of Mcath
ii ro on the .Mariposa.
Diamond Head, !1 p. in. Wunthor
hazy ; wind, light west.
Tiiundku and lightning, ruining
cuts mid dogs, last night.
The S. S. Mariposa has jtust arrived
in port from the ColonioB.
Tin: S. S. Mariposa will leave
San Francisco to-morrow at noon.
The P. M. S. S. City of Peking is
(I milium Yokohama and Hong Kong.
Attoiinky-Gknkuaij W. A. Whiting
is conliiicd to his house through ill
ness. PtntSEU Thos. Smith of tlio Mari
posa lias the Bum.ktin's thanks for
late Colonial papers
The band was prevented from play
ing nt Thomas Square yesterday
evening by the storm.
Fotru cases oj pine-iipplo tops and
fifteen cases of limes c.imo from Apia
on the Mariposa to-day,
Miss Lishman, a relative of the
Lishiijan family of litis city, is u
passenger on the Mariposa.
The S. S. C.liina from San Francisco
lias airivvd of port as tis paper goes
to press, too late for obtaining any
news to print.
Kepaihs on the Hawaiian Treasury
vault have progressed so far that the
outer coat of cement is thu only thing
required to finish the job.
To the sale of I. I. S. N. Co.'a and
Wildor's S. S. Co.'s stock, by J. F.
Morgan at noon to-morrow, have been
added 20 shines of Press Publishing
Hiitl'iA, tlio Japanese servant who
assaulted Mis. M. K. Naktiina, was
sentenced to three months' imprison
ment at hard labor and to pay Sfli
costs by the Police Justice this morn
ing. The appeal of the election inspec
tors' case from Ewa was heaid in the
Supreme Court to-duy, and the judg
ment of the lower Court, against the
inspectors, was reversed by Judge
Joe Goddard, the barrier ho ivy
weight champion of Australia, is a
through passenger pn the S. S. Mari
posa. He goes to light Joe McAulifle
at the California Athletic Club for
The front room of the Honolulu
Library and Heading Room Associa
tion, occupied by the Historical Asso
ciation, whs Hooded by the rain last
night. A lot of books and pamphlets
was badly damaged.
A copy of the resolutions passed
by the Honolulu Fire Department to
the family of the late George Lucas
nicely drawn by V. Jaeobsen is on ex
hibition in the window of the Pacific
Hardware Co.'s store.
The two Chinese reported in yes
terday's paper as being on trial for
perjury in connection with a high
binder's assault .case were discharged,
the judge holdjng tiat the evidence
did not warrant committal.
A i.ettek from Rev. J. A. Cruzan to
Pi of. Alexander appears in the Friend.
It shows that t()e former popular pas
tor of Fort Stiect Church lias recov
ered from the long illness that gave
his many fi lends here much concern.
The schooner Cusco lately received
a load of about four tons of opium
near Victoria. She is being watched
for at -an Francisco and Drake's
Hay, but perhaps we shall soon get
reports of a mysterious craft on these
William Perry and his wife Pauo
ahu, and Henry Vida and his wife
Alice, respectively, were divorced by
Judge Dole on Saturday. The ground
in the former case was mutual separa
tion for eight years, and in the latter
non-support by the husband.
The steamer Kinau brought ten
passengers from the Volcano this
morning. They report the crater in
a tmbulent state. When Mr. Higgs
and Mr. Turner were down, the lava
took a full of four feet. There was an
expectation of the cliffs' falling in at
Mn. Ebon P. Low, wholostonehiind
by a cattle-driving accident on the
Ptiohueh,u ranch, Hawaii', is getting
alotig nicely toward recovery of his
general health. Mr. Godfrey Brown
has just returned from the place,
where lie went to adjust business mat
ters on account of the accident to the
In the window of King Bros.' art
store, Hotel street, is exhibited a pic
ture of U0 interipr of Westminster
Abbey, showing Queen Viutori i's jubi
lee ceremonial in 1887. Among the
figures appearing in the picture are
Uiobo of Queen Knpiolaiii, Princcbs
Lihuokalani and Hon, John O. Domi
nie or tlio present Queens Dowager
and Regnant and the lute Prince
Frank Cooper, an engineer by
trade, but a hack driver by present
occupation, was- Mirown flllt'flf TiU
hack nt the corner of Merchant, ami
Alakea streets yesterday. He was
(hiving around the corner from Mer
chant street, and while turning the
noise made too sudden a turn,
throwintr Cooner out, Cooper tried
tq save liimsejf by throwip lip (Ha
right hand, but lip fell against tle j
telephone post rather heavily- One '
Of Ili8 rins was broken and another
cracked. Notwithstanding tills pain
ful accident, Cooper II driving
around In his hack to-day, Frank
a short while back had a leg broken,
DitKfeHMAKiNO, Uutttne; mid Fitting
done at ladies' bpusen. P.prfeet fit
guaranteed. MISS WQ'LF. 73 Hero
lunpi btreet, or Mutual telephone OUQ,
before 8 a. m. or 5 :3Q p, m, 8-3u
Thirteen men and live ball players
met on the diamond on Saturday and
fumbled the ball for au hour and a
half, except during two intermis
sions, when they resolved themselves
into nn ambulance corps to look after
thu wounded. Last year the Hono
lulu club played some close gaiiacs
with the "poor crippled Hawaiis,"
and for that reason, perhaps, a large
number of people was present on
Saturday to see these two clubs play.
Jimmy Lemon, too, may have had
friends who wauled to see how he
would acquit himself In the box as
successor to Willie Luca3. There
may have been other reasons for the
crowd being there, but those who
went to see a good game of ball re
mained to witness a "Come'dy of
Palmer Woods had Improved since
tiie game with the Crescents, and
surprised the champions during six
innings with the curve he put on. the
ball ; twice Lucas left the plate in
utter disgust at having been fanned
out. But there were surpiiscs for
Woods. K. Wodcliouse caught the
ball fairly on the stick and made a
two base hit, while Lucas, who had
been very "multy" at the bat, made
a three bagger. Chat lie Wilder was
an interested spectator and occupied
a position between second and third
bases where the short slop usually
stands. Several limes he took on the
expression of an anxious ball player,
but it ended in the facial demonstra
tion He bought a book entitled,
"How to Play Ball," on Monday,
and is spending his leisure hours this
week reading tip. He has also em
ployed a small boy to thiow balls at
him. Chan. Wilder did not play his
usual good game behind the bat,
though he got through the nine in
nings without a passed ball.
Jimmy Lemon 'will, in time, make
a good pitcher. At the beginning of
the game he showed some nervous
ness, but it soon wore off. J. O.
Carter failed to make a single volcano
hit, though no errors were scored
against him. Harry Whitney played
ball like a well, not as he did a few
seasons ago. Either the new players
are very much better than those of
the old school or the "vets" are
retrograding. Who, two years ago.
would have excepted Hay yodehousc
to lead the score in the matter of
errors? He attributes all his bad
playing on Saturday to having been
struck in the back with a ball duiiug
the practice period. Accepting his
statement as correct, Hay does not
put up the same good ball as of old.
Conradt is an Al man in left field,
and runs bases well until he gels to
third, where his gait seems to be
alliicled with an impediment. The
real dilliculty was not known until
Willie Lucas went to the base and
discovered that Simmons had hypno
Palmer Woods and Thompson
illicit have beaten the Honolulu nine
had thy received any support from
the men in the othur positions, or
if Dan's thought waves had been
more active. Up to the end of the
sixth innings the game was theirs,
but the accidents to Prince Cupid
and Price were such as to weaken
the nine. Cupid was relieved by
Friedenberg, whose bad judgment
lost him the opportunity to put two
men out on fly balls. Thompson, at
short stop, is a faithful player, and
can give points to any other man in
the league in the same position. His
work as "coach" is excellent and is
of great assistance to the base run
ners. The double plays by Thomp
son, Kcohokalolc and Pryce and
Thompson and Kcohokalolc were
features of the game.
Next Saturday the hamehamelias
and Hawaiis piny their first game of
the season. Owing to the accidents
to Pryce and Kalaniauaole of the Ha
waiis, their nine will be as follows:
Woods, p. ; Pryca, c. ; Keohokalole,
lb. ; Simmons, 2b. ; Thompson, ss. ;
Friedenberg, 3b. ; Ko3a, r.f. ; Lawe
lawe, c.f., and Dan, l.f.
After the game last week tiie men
met and decided to practice every
afternoon this week in tiie hopes of
defeating Hie students.
The race between the Ilealani and
Myrtle boat clubs' junior crews was
arranged last Thursday to take place
on May 24 and will attract a great
deal of attention on accqunt qf the
rivalry tliat ha.s " eVisted between the
cliibu for some time. I expect this
atatemoiit to be denied but the fact
The Ilealani crew has gone Into
active training and will take a spin
each day until the time of thu race.
As the Myrtles have been rowing
every day since the race on March
17, when they won the champion
ship, it behooves their opponents
in the next race to keep everlastingly
at it if they want to win. Tlio crews
np tkb 2.1,111 Will be j '
Tie Myrtle crew have already de
fetiteii Hie JJeaanl four-oared crew
and on Inst regatta the smug crew,
with one exception, took tho cup.
They pull well together mid with
confidence which nothing but prac
tice cuii give. The IJealani crew is
perliaps a l(ttlp heavier HM'I undflubt
edty wU improve with practco.
Thpy are a. little awkward in tho new
boat, but haye some time left to
Oml foutufb of UlC day Will Up tlio
christening Of Uic nun boat, which ii
(o take place immediately before Hie
The Ilcalani's new boat has proved
all that could be desired and next
month the club ought to start a crew
for the next regatta.
As so much Interest is now being
taken in bicycling more frequent races
would be welcomed by all lovers of
thcspoit. Tlio water cart nuisance
has been abated and the road super
visor is putting the roads in excellent
condition for the people who use the
wheel for either pleasure or business,
but the wheelmen have grown so in
numbers that better and permanent
Arrangements should be made for
racing. Among the Wheelmen's club
theic is a movement on foot to have
the base ball nssociation make a track
around the ball ground. This could
be dbue without interfering in any
way with the players or injury to the
grounds. A race, before the ball
game would have a tendency to at
tract more people to thegiounds and
would be interesting to every one
present. If the agents ol the Colum
bia Roadster and the English Safety
could be induced to offer prices the
races would no doubt be exciting
Interest jn target shooting will be
revived in the course of the next few
weeks. Messrs. Williams, Dodgu and
Wall, the committee appointed to re
vise the by-laws of the Honolulu Ri
fle Association, will meet to-morrow
night and decide definitely upon some
of the most necessary changes to be
made. When the rille range com
mittee can bo induced to rid thu range
of the lantana which now covers the
targets, active work will begin and
lovers pf target shooting may have
an opportunity to test their skill. The
next match of any note will be for
the mid-range championship and will
be shot on the Fourth of July.
It is thu desire of the nssociation
to arrange matches in classes other
than those now in existence, but, un
fortunately, they have no prizes to
offer. Several firms in the city have
donated trophies and thereby encour
aged men to become good marksmen
who scarcely knew winch end of the
gun held the cartridge. Three more
prizes to cost say fifty dollars each
would enable the Association to carry
out their plans. I have no doubt this
amount could be raised by subscrip
tion provided the marksmen would
contribute their portion. The medals,
or whatever is selected, should be
called the "Citizen's Prize," and shot
for in certain classes each yeur.
There is no reason why the trophy
should ever become the permanent
property of the winner. Under the
circumstances there. should be glory
enough in being the holder of it for
a year, or until some one else would
win it. D: H.
STRANDING OF THE DREDGE.
Orlvvn on till Kct-r by 1'u-mlny
The monster dredge was towed out
into the channel yesterday morning,
Superintendent L. G. Young believ
ing it the calmest day that piesented
itself since the start. The pipes
were connected and at noon the
dredge was working beautifully
pumping up thick'' sand in large
It commenced to blow a little after
1 o'clock in the afternoon, and
shortly after the pipe line was opened
to allow the bark Paul Isenberg to
pass out. When the tug returned
from towing the haikout, Captain
Young had not cleared the pontoons
and was unable to hn.il the tug. The
swell commenced to rise about this
time and several f the pipes on the
pontoons jumped and disappeared in
the water. The wind also rose and
at 0 :-!5 o'clock several whistles were
blpwn from the dredge to call the
Hie center anchoring spud snap
ped at 7:15 o'clock and the huge
hulk commenced to drift to the Ewa
side of the channel. An answer was
received from the tug thiough about
which was sent ashore, saying that
the delay was owing to Engineer
Farnswotlj not having arrived. The
tug did not gel out to the dredge till
after 8 o'clock, and then it was too
late, for the dredge was stuck fast
on a sand bank inside the swell be
low the light house. The tug could
not get near enough to have a line
passed, mid so in the tain and fog a
boat was sent from the dredge with,
the strongest rope they kad on board.
This 'was accomplished after much
dilliciiltv. Anoiliur spud was drop-
lied and about twelve feel of il
broke off. Another mishap happened,
a cog wheel breaking. The dredge
grounded on coral sand in three apd
a half feet of water without a thump.
The men on board did not feel it
striking tho ground.
After mighty efforts to pull hergff
the tug Kleti returned to port after
10 o'clock. Another effort was made.
this morning, b.m it ws a failure,
T.hc flredge lias seven anchors down
now, and is stationary. Ton pipes
aio suspended below water, eacli cud
hanging on a pontoon. Parts of the
spuds are lying in four feet of water,
their appearance fully suflwiug tl,ie
great strain huy hud (idled tip, with
stand,. The pontoons were found ajl
6ver the harbor this morning, nonuuf
tliem, beinf tuUslnu;. No serious
diuimgu was sustained by the dredge
and about !) or 10 o'clock to-night,
when it is high tldo, she will be lowed
olf and brought into port. She lies
directly opposite thofuotol Richards
MikkMaiiv IA'I.jj, lately hoiik-l;eeper
witlj Eg.in & Uu.nu, is prepan-d to do
sluiiPBvapliipg "' lypU'Wrlting at
iiioilciiitu laics. Uradiuto of Ileuld'u
Business College, Sail Frani:isuo. Box
10 V. O., botii telephone 205. Hw
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A CHEAT STORM. ' & ni&iFFiik&lA RPS'&flffftT'BftRB
'I ho symptoms of an nppioncliing
storm car'y yesterday afternoon were
apparent to nearly everybody with
nn pretention to meteorological
prescience. As evening tippioaclied
the wind begun piping up against
the setting sun with a southerly bins.
At seven o'clock the stored-up elec
tricity of many suffering weeks of
Rullry southerly weather began to
hieuk forth in vivid Hashes from
many points in the clouded sky.
ILight Miowets in-gan about the same
li me at various places in the city's
Towiud nine o'clock the rain be
came general and heavy, and fre
quent dailies of lightning were fol
lowed by loud peals of thunder. The
storm was at its height over lown
shortly after ten o'elock, the thunder
being only from six to eiglit seconds
alter the lightning. Still keeping its
direction from tlio southwest the
tempest receded over the Manoa and
Pnlolo mountains. The focus of
piecipitalion seemed to be in the
region of Diamond Head, ns the re
cord from Waikiki will show. Long
after the fury of the elements had
been spent, there was an almost con
stant glare of lightning, the sheeted
flashes at midnight coming al inter
vals of one or two seconds.
The main streets miming parallel
with the sea such as King and Berc
tunia were Hooded. Cross streets
on the hillsides were badly torn by
the streams from Punchbowl slopes.
A car was early stuck on Beretanin
street, stopping the last few cars on
the time table. At Waikikithe rainfall
is reported as 7 inches jho race
course in the Park was submerged ;
at Makiki reservoir, l.oO inches; at
tiie Electric Light station, Nuuaiiu,
2.20 inches. Probably an average of
1 inches fell on the city plot. Rain
began at Ewa plantation before a
o'clock in the evening. It is feared
that the ripening rice crops over the
island have been damaged.
C. J. McCarthy has lots oirLilihti
street for Mile. 3-tf
, Aftkk Hiaviug uk' Cucumber Skin
'Ionic, llenum, Smith it Co., Agents.
Native Funs and Curios in great
variety at , the "Elite" Ice Cream
St'NUUli.N lelievcd al once by Cu
cumber Tonic. lioiiMni, Smith it Co.,
Ciioc&.Wiiiuhns bold bis interest in
the linu'of Chock Wall Kee & Co. to
The Rrunswick billiard pailoi are
the. most elegant pleasure iokiiI in
"Wiikui: hb.ill 1 r.ee you Ibis evun
itie;?" "Ob, tame old place, the
IJruiiswiek." 0 tf
N. S. Saciii.s has made u special re
duction in bchool hats and will bold
out for one week.
Mn. Chas. Williams bus been ap
pealed bchool agunt for the district
of llainakua, Hawaii.
Dkmcioiis codec anil chocolate will
be i-erved every mnniing early, at the
Falnee lee Cream P.utorh, Ludwigbcn,
& Cion, Hotel sheet. l-lf
Oi;r vour noots and tlmci, made.
and repaired by tho old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Toi:n.s'ii:k, on East
Hotel street. Fiii-elats work, low
"Not liuve Them Now,"
Said a gentleman in conversation,
speaking of Uioho troublesome tilings
Corns. Tht reason why was quite
evident. He hail iisicd some of our
new corn exterminator. This is a
simple harmless remedy, easily ap
plied and very ctleetivo, icinoving ov-
un the roots of the corn without pain.
Do you use soap? Wu haven't said
anything about so.ii) u,r two months.
Most of our customers procured a
largo supply during our soap week
but is it not most washed away by
this time? Wo think mi and luivo a
new lino of soap to oiler Jas. S, Kirk
& Co.'s. These soaps are a boon lor
these dull times which some comphiii
about tbeyr'b cheap in price but of
very good quality. Colgate it Co. tiro
well represented in the soup linu in
our store. Wo have the lainous
"Ghiud Morning" soap, too. This is
Pears' and if you wj)1 lead their ad
vertisements curcfilly you'll bo con
vinced of its Mipcriurity to any other.
Wu have all hurts of shaving soaps,
uiso. Our assortment of hithei brushes
is daily. growing lets but yet hnvo a
lino lot from which you can make
your selection. Wo keep shaving
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Coriior liii'l tV: lvlni; ft immiIh.
STOHAOIS TO LET I
QTOKAOK for Funiiuiot Wiifjous,
O etc , enu lie had nt
NO II UN' ION STREET.
NOT I C15.
I IIEKKBY ,'lvo notice that I will not
1. be reypoiiolhlo for any debts con
traptuit without my written order.
HUH JKOU(U: WILSON.
MONEY TO UU1LD IHjaLUS.
1 F you have ii lot, I will build you a
house, and furnish the money on
easy terms. J. L. .MBYKK,
130 Foil street.
Mutual Tel. fifW; 1. O. Box SS7.
t Hl'ltlXGFIKIJ) :I0-Llht (itisMii
V ehine in cnuipletii woikliif' order
and guiiranteud. Will be sold upon
favoiablu terms to the pureh.iber. Also
a fow Haiidsiiino Fl.iuie. Apply to
itOO tf Klnt; street. ,
a- owccrino KcuubiiUR
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HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Fort street, oppo. Ppreckels' Bans H u
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TR MMINGS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
" FOR I W&EK ONLY -
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HftTS FOB 25 CT3.
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THE HIGHEST GKADE OF UOTTLED
Ma Water, fiinpr Ale and Crao Apule Cider !
DELIVERED TO AXY
DRU d -
!)! S'oj.t Kti'4t.
rt-'M- - &
OONS'IITUnXG THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED OX
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1859 HY ('. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
1'iiike, Cabinet Making,
Business in Honolulu aio still extant, and the bti-lni's, I'-, originator anil
present proprietor here to stay. Ilaviiu purch.iM'il the entile intere-r of
the late linu of II. II. Wlllliuu-, A. Co., coinpiMin; the l.ugi'it s'.oek of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Iloiiolulu; pi lueip illy -fleeted by II. 11 Williams durint; hN hue three
'mouth' visit to tin- Ci'tist, 1 now offer tlil- stock and fiiiuio addition for
CASH al pi lees iniieh lesi than buielofow: eluued.
jjfiyThc uudersitriied In leMiiiihi; his old pluee ami biislne-s w.mld respect
fully lender III-, fjt'atefnl lb iiiKb for iho libei.il pntiouuo nt old friends of till-
and nel'lilioiliig Islands, and hope- to nieill a einitliuiaueo of their favor whilu
feiilieltlntf a slinie fioni new friends; and ajjiilu offeis his services in
(Waving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Expurleiieed anil Careful .Men wlih Suitable Apparatus.
rVhtting of Suparior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Vlon 1
KQr PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES, -tea
MBE k ffi& JR-. A
1M Tort Ntn'i't, - Iti'tMier ltloi'lt.
SPECIAL SALE !
ITriility, Siitiii'i 1 ay mid Moiulny, wo -will aci- oui-
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Ueats !
ItEHULAU IMUCE, 75;
8 Button Sao l!loe, 7ric, rojiiilar price, -fl,
ALL-SILK RIBBOX, CI1I3AP FOK CASH !
No. 2, 05c j Xo. Il, 7.ro ; No. f, S0n ; No. 7, 1 j No, I), f 1.25 j
No. 12,. f 1.40; No, 10, $1.75.
lly the "Uenmoie" now disi barg
ing we received 2000 Pieces
And to mnku room for it we offer
our entire stock of Plain Vnirn
Havii.ani) at an enormous tctluclioii.
We will, in future, keep only the
decorated ware for sale. The White
China is of tho same flue quality as
.Jl, ( ;
LATEST STYLES IN
warm dti3rs. Our Sodtt
And our Syrups made from
Pure Fruit Juices !
PART OF THE CI TV
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Honolulu. , I,
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CpliolsteriDg A Uudcrtakiii
s-i rr o k. i i
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