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THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1SD2.
Stint i us Makee from Knunl
Am ship J O Potter, Meyer, 04 days
from Newcastle, NSW
S S Mariposa for San FiniieUoo
S S China for Yokohama and Hongkong
Stnir Polo for Makaweli
Stinr Kaala for Knuui at 4 p in
Stinr Lchuu lor llononui at4 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
fttinr Kiimu for Maui and Hawaii at
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
istmr .las Makee 2800 bags Fliijar, ICO
bugs rice, !) gieuu hides auu '20 pkg
From Kauai, per btnir Jus Makee, Muy
fi (Jol Z S Sjialiliiitr and 10 deck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Miu Fiuucisco, JJeur-Adniiral
Itrown, fioin San Diego
Am is stnir Morning star, Garland,
from South .-eu Island
Br ship lteiunoie, JonKin.-, from Liver
pool Schr Glentlale. Johnson, from Emeka,
Am bUne Discovery from Sun Franeisuo.
Bk Paul Isenberg from tmti Friiticihco
liktne Aliny WinUoitiun, Neilson, S F.
4-iiist M'hr Tiuuslt, Jorgeiis-eti, S F.
Am blune S G Wilder, Grillllhs, from
San h raneisro
Nor lirlgdjXuto fiom Newcastle, N S W
Am EliiplrHb Potter, Myer. Newcastle, N
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II I M S Hiei, Mori, from Japan
S S Alameda, Moisc, from Sun Francisco,
S S City of Peking, from Hongkong and
Yokohama, May 4
Am bKtne . N Castle from ban Fnui
elfcco, duo May :i
Am fbip Pautoltns, Bridle, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk huinutra, Thoiuasi, from Nuw
easlle, X S W
Am 6-m selir Louis, Hatch, fiom New
castle, N b W
Am 'J-m sehr F S Itedlluld, from New
castle, X s w
Am 4-m tebr Cairier Dove, Brandt,
from Newcastle, N S rt
Ger bk .1 C l'lhiger, from Bremen, July
Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, June
Haw bk Foong Suey, from Boston,
Huw ship Hulen Biewer, from Glasgow,
dm: Aug 10
Nor bk Havlruun, Evangen, from New
Am bk Muigurct from Nuweustle, NSW
Bk Klsluoiu from NewcaMle, N S W
Brit bk Veiitus fiom Newcastle, N S W
Bk iiietu fiom Newcastle, N S W
Nor bk Pufccdon, from Newcustle, NSW
The four-intisted hehooiier Transit bus
beta moved to the I I S N Co's dock to
The bkliio 8 G Wilder Is berthed at
theW S S t'o's wharf leeelviug sugar.
She will leave on Satuiduy for Mm nan-
The Gefman lmrk Paul Kenbcrg car
ilcd !1U,H4 bags of sugar, valued ut
Tim P M S S City of Peking Is dim
from Yokohama and Hongkong en route
to San FnincUco,
Tho oteanier Lelnia has been haulctl on
the Marine Bailwuy for a general over
hauling. , , ,
At the terminus of tho reeeutlv illh-u
hi road on the city front near the I 1 S N
Co's machine shop an area of water bus
collected, four feet in depth In some por
tions. The attention of tlje Koud Super
visor Is cal eil to this fact-
The S fc China reMiined her voyage to
Yokohama ami Hongkong about -2 o'clock
this afternoon hhe did not have auy
freight for this port.
LYON'S At Wiiimeu, Hawaii, on April
27, IBiiJ, of hciri dUeui-e, Alls. Lu
cia Garrat Lyons, widow of the late
Jtcv. Loieiio Lyons, aged tit years
and 10 diiys.
PRUKY In llonolu u, ut H u. in., May
5, Louis Pury. aged about 60 years,
u native of Teicelia, Aores.
Funeral from tho lefldeueo of M. S,
I'd oh a, bckoul stieet, Sunday ut 2:'J0 p.
t -w."j-f 1
L0GAL AND CEKERAL HEWS
.Cot.. Z. S. Spalding was a patten
gor by tlif steamer JtiiiiesMukoofrom
Knuui this ltiftrniiig.
Thk ICiiiuluiti bout chili will meet
tins evening ut Hunimkiiliu for dec
tiott of otllecrs.
Mil. W; O. Alwutcr will bo homo
with liia firiilo from tho Const by tho
Alameda on Sn tin tiny.
Tin: Royal lluwuiiun Milltnry bund
will givo it moonlight concert ut
Thoinus Square this evening.
Diamond 11i:aii, II p. in. -Weather
liuzy; wind, flesh west. Schooner
Surah it lili.u nil' Koko Head.
JumiK Dole reduced tho claim of
tho icooivorsof the Union Iron Works
for coiitiiiiHsit.iiB from ijS'ioOO to $850.
Gi:o. II. Ilnildy, uftor u visit to his
unlive home, loft ngiiiii to-dny on tho
Miiriposa to resume his dental studios
J. C. Stiiow, late chief engineer of
the steamer Kiinui, left on the Mari
posa to-day for San Francisco, for
further recuperntion of his health.
Thk I! mi id of KupresentiUiven of
the Honolulu Firo Department will
meet ut the Bell Tower this evening.
While the Mariposa was in port
her steward hud . supply of uit'iiu
cards neatly printed at the Bulletin
Gf.ohoe Campion, a buck driver,
forfeilfd 10 bail in the Police Court
this morning for violation of carriage
Thk Hawaiian Mission Children'
Society will hold its annual meeting
Sut unlay evening ut the residence of
Ouk file of the Samoa Tunes failed
to connect this time probably cur
ried on in tho steamer's mail us some
Thk commiitee of exports on tho
condition of No. 4 engine house iB ex
pected to report to tho 'Firo Depart
ment this evening.
"Skllb Bros. Kntriiious United
Shows" will come on the H. M. S.
Monowui on her next through trip.
The circus will not stop hero.
Thk annual social of the Slranger'B
Friend Society will be held this even
ing ut the residence of Mrs. J. A. Hop
per. All are cordially invited.
Late iiowh from Washington indi
cates that a strong fight is being
made against the sugar trust through
the judiciary committee of tho Senate.
Ka Mailo store on Fort street is
making u fine exhibition of potted
ferns in its show window, attracting
tho attention of all who puss that
Cai-t. Tobey of the bark Don Car
los arrived recently ut San Francisco
from Newcastle, N. S. W., having
navig-ited the vessel without a chrono
meter. The bankrupt stock of Wing Loy
Chan will bo bold at uucliou ut Mor
gan's ulesroom to-morrow at 10
o'clock. Go uud buy yourselves rich
Thk passengers on tho Mariposa
were dulightcd with music ol the Ha
waiian bind, at the depurturo of the
steamer to-day. She left shortly after
3 o'clock this afternoon.
In a correspondence in yesterday's
Bulletin headed "Science of Govern
in out," a mistake was inadvertently
made in tho name of the writer. It
should have been Jos. L. Carter.
Sin George Grey, the veteran states
man of New Zealand, passed his
eightieth birthday on April 14th, and
was the recipient of grout demon
strations of regard from the people of
The S. S. Mariposa carried this af
ternoon for San Francisco the follow
ing mail: 344(5 letters and 119!) pa
pers. By I he P. M. S. S. China for
Yokohama and Hongkong, 4102 let
ters and 270 papers.
The freshet caino near sweeping
away the railway bridge between Ma
im na and Wiiiuwu. An immense tor
rent swept over the rice ileitis ut that
point, hut yesterday the grain seemed
to be straightening up again.
Mn. Palmer, of the firm of Palmer
& Key, typo founders ami dealers in
printing materials, Sun Francisco,
with his wifo returned homo from tho
Colonies by tho Mariposa. His firm
has the major part of the business in
its line in these islands.
The mail from the S. S. China was
not lauded until 7 o'clock yesterday
ovening. It was expeditiously dis
tributed and tho delivery window was
opened early, notwithstanding thut
one of the most experienced clerks
was in the toils of the grip.
A I'ASSEnokk by tlio Mariposa says
tho Canadian Pacific Steamship Com
pany has five largo steamers building
for a lino between Vancouver and
Australasia and intend to corral a big
share of the World's Fair truillo lor
itself and tho Canadian 1'ucilic Bail
way. Knoink Co. No, 1 held their month
ly meeting yesterday evening, Assist
ant Foreman McVeigh in the chair.
After routine business the company
voted to give Foreman Hubert More,
who is expected from Kuuuj on Sun
day, a reception at tbu Engine House
Cactain J. O. Stover of tho shjp
Daniel Barnes, died ut Portland, Ore
gon, recently, ut the age of 70 years,
dipt. Stover was well known at this
port, the lust time he was here being
about three years ago in tho Daniel
Barnes when ho had his wifo and
daughter with him.
llANntoitAfr uuoiinorB lb.at Mr.
Theodore Itjolmr'ls will sucpocil Hv,
V. II. Oleson op July 1, 181KI, us Piin
oipul of Kumohamehu School, It is
Mr. Bichards' purpose to spend a
year in the United StateH before tak
ing churgo. He bus been connected
with the school since October, 188'J.
tf jiHHW,iif!jiH1B UH)
SHit J 0. POTTER.
The AtniTictui ship J. C. d'ottcr,
Ctiptfiin Henry M.yer, master, nr
rived litis uiorniiig 04 days fiiom
Ncwcnstle, N. S. W, with 170C tons
of coal consigned to W. 0. Irwin &
Co. The l'olter left Nencnstle on
March 2d, and on the 1th expcii
enccd a very heavy easterly fjalo
which instccl two ritiys. This was at
a point where the Margaret from I
Newcastle for Honolulu sprang a
leak and had to go linck. For thirty
days hail E. and N. E. winds, and
on April l'lth sighted the island of
Tahiti. Light N. E. winds to the
equator. Crossed the equator on
April 22x1, fil days out, in 149 dcg.
W. long. Moderate N. E. trades up
to sighting Hawaii on May 1st.
Thence to port light heads and a
heavy thunderstorm with abundance
Captain Mycr is a familiar skipper
here, having been master of tho
barkentiue Discovery for some time.
The captain is aceompnnied by his
wife and family. The bark Elsinorc,
coat laden, left ciuht days before the
Potter and is therefore due. The
Potter docked at the foot of Fort
street, where she will discharge her
coal. After doing so she will load
with sugar for San Francisco.
THE GLEANERS PARTY.
The Gleaners want to be remem
bered. Their lawn parly Saturday
afternoon from 3 to G upon W. It.
Castle's premises will present more
than usual attractions. Every year
has produced something uew ; this
year more than ever. The entrance
fee will pay for ice cream and cake
and a chance to hear the baud from
the San Francisco, as well as enjoy
ing tho various pleasures offered on
Besides this the most delicious of
of homemade candy can be had
by those who go early enough;
lemonade, the coolest and iciest, can
be sucked through a straw ; those
who want to act cool can haye the
finest tea ; tho daintiest little button
hole bouquets or a bunch of (lowers
for your best girl can also be found ;
and, to all lovers of mystery, a most
charming fortune teller in disguise
will unfold the future. Everybody
who goes to the base ball grounds
will Gnd it convenient to stop both
ARRESTED ON SUSPICION.
Special Police Ofllccr William Lar
son arrested a Chinaman this morn
ing on suspicion of having commit
ted some of the late chicken stealing.
In his possession were found two
gunny sack bags. On one of the
bags was labeled the name "Dodge."
Larsen asked the Chinaman where
he lived, when tie led the oflicer to a
vegetable garden near the baseball
grounds. On arriving there he said
he lived somewhere else. John was
brought to the Police Station, where
on examination be said, "No trouble,
no trouble." The fact of the China
man going round in the early morn
ing with these bags, after the Und
ing of similar articles, containing
fowls, at Thomas Square is suspi
cions. More so, considering that
some of the chickens which were
found belonged to F. S. Dodge, sur
veyor, whose name is on one of the
A Japanese was arrested about
noon to-day at the Japanese hotel on
Maunakea street. A crowd of Japa
nese were in the place drinking and
carousing when Police Olllccr No. 1,
who lived in the vicinity, entered the
premises and tried to quell the dis
turbance. The Jap wanted to know
his aulhoiity. The olllcer, who was
not in uniform, said he li.nl a right
to stop the nuisance. The Jap, a
small fellow, who .was under the in
fluence of liquor, jumped on the
olllcer and in an ensuing scuttle the
otlicer's leg was bitten. Another
olllcer arriving on the scene, the
obstreporous Jap was taken to the
Police Station. At the station t.vo
charges were entered against him,
drunkenness and assault on a police
NEW YACHT LAUNCHED.
The new Scotch yacht was taken
out of the hold of the Benmore and
lowered into the water to-day without
an accident. Crowds of people have
been Hocking to the city front to
have a glimpse of the new craft.
This addition to tho local yachting
fleet is a pretty model, and her own
ers may well be proud of her. If
uppearanoi's go for anything, "she's
a skimmer from Skimmerville."
Look to your laurels, ye yachtsmen,
or the newcomer will show you a
"clean pair of heels."
THE R. M. S. S. MARIPOSA.
Memo of voyage; April 18th at
1 :30 p. in. sailed from Sydney ;
April 22d at 2 p. in. arrived at Auck-
laiwl Aliril O't.l ., I O.rtfl it ,rl Qaili.rl
from Auckland ; April 27th at 2 p. J
m, arrived at Apia ; April 27lh at
p. m. sailed from Apia. Hut line
weather and smooth sea across from
Sydney to Auckland. Thence to
port moderate easteily winds.
As predicjed in the Bulletin, con
trary to volumes of street talk, the
dredge was got off the reef eusily
last night, Shu was floated into the
channel at 8:30 o'clock and taken to
her berth at tho P. M. S. S. dock.
Beyond the brqK-'ii spuds previously
reported, the only damage done waa
the tearing off of a few sheets of
copper. In a few days she will be
ready to dig again.
'THE BULLETIN U the leadhia
dully paper of the KlugUotn. ol)
ceuU per month.
In connection With the expected
early visit of tho Austrian corvelte
Faxana to this port, Mr. II. J. Nolle
rnotillo I 111. Tnl'l. tllill it. will lin "" l
years since an Amiiiun war vessel
was at Honolulu. The Donau ar
rived heic in December, 1801), and
stayed till May, 180. She had a
small band on board which excited
the public lntero.it that led to the in
stitutiou of the lioyal Hawaiian
Uiitid. Prof. Herger was brought
out from Germany to instinct and
lead our band two years later, arriv
ing June 2, 1872, as mentioned in
this paper the other day.
O. .1. McCauthy bus lots t.n LUiliu
street for sale. 3-tf
A nick cottage on Heretunia btrcet,
near l'iikoi, is to let.
Akthk shaving uto Cucumber Skiu
Ionic. Benson, Smith A Co., Agents.
Native Fans and Curios in great
variety ut the "Elite" Ice Creuiri
StiNiiuitN relieved ut once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
The Brunswick billiard parlors are
the most elegunl pleasure resort in
"Whkkk shall 1 see you this even
ing?" "Oh, Mime old place, the
A special meeting of the Portu
guese Ladies' Charitable Association
is c.dlcd for Monday.
Delicious ooii'ee and chocolate will
be served every morning nuly at tho
Palace lee Cream Parlorb, Ludwigsen,
it Cion, Hold stieei. 1-tf
Get your mints and shoes iniido
and repaired by the old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Toknnies, on Iiut
Hotel stieet. Fiibt-cluss work, low
Dkkssmaki.no, Cutting and Fitting
done ut ladies' houses, Perfect fit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Bere
taniu stieet, or Mutual telephone (i'.K'i,
befoie 8 a. in. or 5:30 p m. 8-3m
Miss Maiiy Lyle, lately book-keeper
with Egun & Uunii, is prepund to do
stenographing and type-writing at
modciutc tales. Graduate of Heald h
Business College, S.m Francisco. Box
10 P. O , both telephones 205. 1-1 w
A iiih.k of business we advise,
Sound, sensible, and truly wise:
'Tis Biniply this, no moro nor less
Make known your bushies- through
the pi ess.
Yes, advertise, uud never grudge it,
And bwell thereby your golden bud-
A dollar spent in printer's ink
Returns ten-fold we surely think;
Yea, udveitisu, and rise to fame,
To all the woild your w.ires proclaim.
Write your ad. terse and telling,
Showing all the goods you're selling,
Put it in the Bulletin,
And "biz" will &onn be rushing in.
Early to bed, and early to rise,
Never get "light," and advertise.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the whole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & go., Agents.
Ex " llciiinorc."
The Pacific Hakuwauk 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.
C'arbolineum Avenaiius by the bar
rel, case or smaller quantity.
ASPKCIAL meeting of the Portu
guese Ladies' Chui liable Associa
tion will be held at the house of Mis.
F. W. Macfurlunc, on MONDAY, Slay
0, 18!), at 10 o'clock a. m.
MRS. W. FOsTEU.
413 at Secietary.
NICE Cottage on Here
tiinlu street near I'llkoi.
'contains Parlor, bhilug-room,
Two Rrdrooms; Pantry ami Kitchen
outside; Stable ami i urritige House,
Servunth' room; tramcars pass every VO
minutes. Apply at the olllce of this
paper. 4 111 tf
Don't be Deceived !
In seeking u medium wherein to adver
WARES or WANTS
Don't lit deceived by tbu declarations of
uiisciupulims, publlxhui's, but
examine Into the
Of tbu two English dallies. You will
llud that wlillo the Hullktin Is
not continually boasting,
JT GETS THERE
Iiyi wuy very giatlfylng to advertiser.
Suid a gcnllt'tiiiin in rniiviMsiitinn,
speaking (If lhtie tnniblt-i'iiie Ihings
Coins. Tin ii'iiHiu why Was itnte
evident lit' had um.iI cmie in our
new corn e.lt liuiuiiliu. This is a
simple huritilfes remedy, e.i-ily ap
plied and very tith olive, removing ev-. I
eu I he K'til!- of the corn without p.iin.
)t ymi iim simp? We haven't -aid j
iiiij thing nliiiiil "n.ip fur Mm i i ii oi i ill -.
Mn-I of niir cip-lHiiicrs pineureil a
huge stippli dining our soap week
bin ih it nut iint washed uwuy by
lbi liini ? We think so and have a
new line of snap in uller .las. S. Iviik
it Co 's. These soups urn a boon lor
tbe.-e dull timer, which soiuccmnpliii l
iibotil tlii'Vt '- cheap in price but of
very gi.tnl qu dity. Colgate A: Co. tun
well ropiej-'iiicd in the soup line in
our store. We have tho tiimous
"Go. d Moiuitig" soap, too. This is
Penis' and if .sou will leatl their nil
verlisonienis eniefitlly you'll be con
vinced of its Mipoiiority to uny other.
We .have all sorts of shaving soaps,
also. OtirusMirlmentof lather brushes,
is daily growing less but yet have a
fine lot from which you can make
your selection. We keep shaving
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Cornel' L'-oi't A: Jlntf MreotH,
FOR SALE OR LEASE,
On and after Muv 1st,
ISO" tlic Vi.iv mill II..-
jillK' eti.,1,1.. M...1, l).,.,,l ,.
of the unilersiiineil. on
iiiiuiu .'ii'uviti 1.1.;-. ii miv
l'liiir-toii Avenue, eotitaininir l.arire Par- !
lor. Dining linoiii, Con-erv.itury, Two I
liutliooniR, Drehi!: Ktiom with Station
ui y Wnslistiiud and Cellar Waidrobn,
lliithrnom wi'li Patent Closet and Hot
and Coltl Water attachment. Putin ic.
China Cloet and Kitchen with New
Range, Hot Water Boiler and all attach
Large and convenient Stable on the
pictures containing two large box-stalU,
carriage. Iiarnu-'. and feed rooms, ami
Giounds mWx200, lieautifttlly laid out
and teri-aecd. The view is uiisiu passed
For further particulars see'
W. G. ASHLEY,
JBG-tf O. It. & L. Co.'n Depot.
Cottages to Rent !
VB. LINrOLN has just
If I (Itlllkliltitll 'I'll mi 'i
k ijititii -riit mi -iii t
KKSsiHj Desirable Collages on the
corner of Young ami Mukiki stteet.
The.se Cottages have been llnisheil with
all model ii Improvements and being
situated near the Mukiki Valley have
aliumbtuce of flesh ami cool air. The
gioiinil contain beautiful shade trees
aid rule planlf. They me only two
minutes' walk from tile trume.n-, ami
parties dcshoiis of teeming one of die
very plenl-aiitt,t lnia ion- of tlio chy
urn letpicsted to inspect the above pie-nii-es.
teif For fiuther pattieitl:tr-i applv to
411 lin J. A. MAGUON.
A PHAETON, a Top
Utiggy and u Har
ness at 10 Alakea stieet.
rpWO Nicely Fuinl-hed
JL Booms centrally locateil.
DUVAL PREMISES, 31
Iieretunii btrcet, otino-
slte Fort-stieet Chinch. A li
lt. I. IJLLIK,
AtTheo. II. Davies v To.
THE Stores In "Arlington
I 151oek"ieeently occupied
by K. G. Seliiiinan uie to let,
together with I ku Cellar. Tills Cellar N
the finest and driest in the eltv. Apply to
C. BREWER & CO.,
Ill 1 in Queen slrect.
'"piIE House now occupied
by T. Hlilltli, I'.sn,. on
Ilcictiiuiu s'reet ne.t to Mr.
Lose. PnsnW-loii given on thu 1st of
May next. Fur particulars itiqulic at
the Custom House.
:i!ll tf G. E. HOARDMA.W
rra it A YERY Desirable Resl-
bT!f r .Inn,,., linvf.ttil tilt, I'll.
SiJi'iiii son. eouliiliiiitg fi Rooms wilh
Kitchen. Piiutrv, Diubigioiini mil ll.ith.
'The Premises are well-laltl out with fruit
and other trees. Apply to
L. P. FERNANDEZ,
400 lin At 11. F. Wichniun's.
HOTEL FOR SALE I
'pil VT Finn New. iVo-
l .7tiiry llulldiiig npmislto
the Railway Mutton, Wsiiluku,
ut pieseul oci'iipled by Geo. W. Macfur
hine & Co. 'Tills is tho best business
stand in Wuiluku, and 'iilrublo for either
a hotel or store, It commands a lino
view of the harbor. For terms apply to
MRS. E. ISATCIIELOR,
-100 tf 180 Nuuanii Avenue.
1 SPRINOFIELD 30. Light Gas Ma
I chine In complete working order
and guaranteed. Will be sold upon
favorable leruiH to the piuehtiser. aIm
a few lluiidsoiue Flxtuici. Apply to
300 tf King street.
TO LEU I
QTORAGE for Furnltiiie, .Wagons.
O etc , can be had at
NO. 11 UNION STREET.
'I lie bust thing; to .send to
your l'l'U'itilH abroad is King
HroH.' llliiHlraletl Souvonir
of Hawaii, Arliicli Ih potion
ii lor the piirpoho and is
not an advorllHomonl.
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HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort si reel, oppo. Ppreckels' Biin, limn.' i'u.
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TR MMINGS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON
Special Redaction ia School Hats
- FOR I WtiEK ONLY -a
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CIS.
I X 1 : .' 7Vl fl'i ". V'
.1 '-Y Aw., )p
THE HIGHEST GRADE OF BOTTLED
Water, Gippr All
DELIVERED TO ANY
r TZ XJ &
IO!) Fort Strci'L
frjrcv fl ra
irift'Vj i '.. 'w
1 AJ a r.jLT V- r T-.I Ii 5C-
The u OLD " Stores
WjiS. .Pto&Zil, VJdiS4'f
CONS'I ITU TING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN IS.V.) BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Fiiniiliii'c, Cabinet Ming Uvbokleriiig & Undcrtiikiiig
Ruslness In Honolulu aio still e.-uaul, ami the Imbues-,, Its oiigluntoi' and
pre-ent proptieini' here to stay. Having purelri-ed tho entire liiteret of
the lute linn of II. II. Williams & Co., coinplbiug the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; pilueipilly selected by II. 11 Williams iliuiuir bis lute three
mouths' iiit in tin- CouM, I now offer this iiock and firme uddttloiii, for
CASH at plices lunch lets than huetotore charged.
ItaT 'The uuilcislgtied In lesuuiljig ltl old place and business would respect
fully tender hi-, gruti'liil th.ink'S'for ihe liberal pationagu ot old fiieiula of thl,s
ami nelgbboilng lnluuds, uud hope- Ij iiici it a continuance of their favors wlillo
nolleiilug a ohiue from new friouds; mill again offeia Ids services in
RIoving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced ami Careful Men wl'h Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality FurnUhed and Luid by Competent Vlon !
m- PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES, -a
BGAir & atnnr
10( I-'ort Nli'cft, - Ilreuer Itlocli.
ITrWItiy, ""iilnril ty mill Monilay, -v will olFor iii
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAR PRICE, 7.");
8 Buiii u Sac Gli'Vi-s, 75n , rcgul.u pi wo, $1.
ALL-SILK RiHBOX, CHEAP KOK DASH I
N... 2, (if) , N. ., TV ; !. 3 Ml", V... 7 i?L; N... 'J, -fl 'ifj :
No. 12, .f 1. 10; No, lo, 11.75.
H jj tjwm M?jSHMi wg
By Hit "Hcniiinix ' now discharg
ing ivc teeeived 20(1!) Pieces
And to make room for it wo offer
our entire stock of Plain Wnirn
IIaviland nl tin enormous ludtiulion.
We will, In future, keep, only the
decorated wato for sulo. Tho White
China is of the same line quality ns
LATEST STYLES IN
3k Toques !
NEW RIBBONS !
TR. MMINGS !
It's very rc'lTC'shing- these
warm days. Our .Soda
And oui Syrups made from
Purs Fruit Juices !
PART OF THE CITY,
t!iiiitliilii. H. 1.
T" -ii--- J--V-..-;
WTO St I.-Q !