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time.. It Is alien liy tho HtClllll whistle, of tlm
Honolulu t'lnniiiK Mill, a few (loots above
tlie. Custom House. The same ulilstlo Is
soundod coin-ctly at Honolulu moan noon,
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F1UDAY, MAY 6, 1892.
Stmr J A Cununins from Koolau
'2 p m
for Maul and Hawaii at
VESSELS LEAVINR TO-MORROW.
Am bktne S G Wilder, Griiiltbs, for San
Am 4-niasted sehootier Transit, JorKen-
sen, for San Francisco
For Yokohama mid Hongkong, per S
S China, May fi-I)r M Yaiiiashita. cliild
and servant, .Miss Pease, Fred Stearns,
Mrs A Carter, T Tiiiuka and 130 Japan
ese and 07 Cliinese in steerage
For San FraneUeo. per t AI S S Mnri
pi)n, May 5 F A Wateihiiuac, A Mitch
ell aud wife. Misses itehell (2) Miss
Vendt, Mrs Win Douglii's. Mrs VKniul
sen, Miss Kninlscn, 11 H Garstin. F A
Thrum. 15 1) llis, F Hcllwig, Mrs A
Lyilgate and 2 ehildien, J G Scott, S
Ehihaidt, Ur Wm White, .T It Carrick,
wife and daughter, W A Swineiton and
wife, ii S Crocker, A Pepper, F Komen
buifj, Dr George Iliulily, J C Snow, !
Scott. C J Austin, 7 in steerage and 80
cabin and "0 steerage in transit.
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr Ki
nau, May C For the Volcano, Minna
Lage, J S Mitchell: For way ports: T
M Koland, Mr Cadit, Mrs J Nawulii,
Mrs Geo H IJoberti-on anil live chil
dren, 11 1 Lillio, F AI llusled, Mm
Waianukca, A lJarnis and about 'M
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S San Fianciseo, Jtear
Brown, fioin San Dieuo
Am is stmr Morning btar, Garland,
from South Sea islands
Am ship J C Potter, Myer, Newcastle, N
Am bktne S G Wilder, Griffiths, from
Br ship Uemnore, Jenkins, from Liver
pool Schr Glendalc. Johnson, from Eureka,
Am bktne Discovery from San FranuNoo.
15k Paul Ienbert; lrom mhi Frauclnco
Ilktne Maiy Winkeinmii, NeiUou, S F.
i-niot tchr Transit, Joigenscu, S F.
Nor Urlg Diilo fiom Newcastle, N S W
The following vessels arrived at San
Friinclscon on Apill 20: Bark Andrew
Welch 18i; duy from lionoliilu; schoon
er Anna 2.idaysfrom rCahuhii; schooner
Uiy Dodge and schooner Eva, 21 and
17J4 days lespeetlvely lrom Mahukouii.
The liniiaii i-tcamer City of Klclimnud,
which formerly piled between New York
and Livcipuol, is having her machinery
taken out at the last-niiined port, aud
will be rigged as a tivc.iuasted ship. Hie
will come to han Fruneisoo for a grain
eaio next seif-ou. The Jtichiiioiid is
110 feet in length, foily-lhieo and oue
hnlf feet beam and thirty-four feet
depth of hold. She was built In 1873.
'Hie b.iilieiitlue Ahuy Winkehntui will
sail for ban i'laucbco on Monday, she
will complete taking hi sugar to-inor-ruv,
Britain, on Maich 2f,th, Elizabeth
Crouch, a native of Shiop.hlre,
England, aged DO jears,
FERNANDEZ At Kapalauia, Apiil 6,
of congestion of tho lungs, Peter
Feniaude, aged SO years Fuiicra)
on Sunday at Ii o'clock, from the
Roman Catholic Cathedral.
OLD RESIDENT DEAD.
Mr. Peter Fernandez died last
night, aftei a lingering illness at his
residence, I'alaiiia. He was horn in
(Jou, u Portuguese settlement on the
west cnal of India, and caiiie to this
country in 18-10. On rrivlng-lio
started a restaurant and prospered,
lie only gave up the business a short
time ago, Mrs. Fernandez, widow,
and five children Mary, Antniie,
Vincent, Nargaran and Abraham
are left to mourn the Ions of an in
dulgent husband and father. The
deceased was over eighty years of
The funeral will take place on Sun
day afternoon ut !1 o'clock from the
HiJinuii Catholic Cathedral. Mr. Fer
nandez was an honorary member of
.the Sunto Aulouio Society.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
La grippe in going around.
A DAitK 15 miles southwest, nt 2
Tiiadi: wititlt, begun blowing this
Tun Borotuniu street improvement
is going on apace.
Tin-: band will
play at Thomas
Squaic this evening.
Hk.vhy Smith lias u -1-roonied
tago on l'ml street to let.
The bund played to a laigo crowd
ut Thomas Sipiuio yesterday evuning.
Til cur is u lino gume cock und hen
for sale ut the California Fruit Market.
TiiGitii were four stowaways on tho
S. S. Alameda on hor last trip to San
Foil some of the attractions of the
Gleaner's garden party to-morrow see
Diamond IIkad, 3 p. in. Weather
hazy; wind, light north; coul-ludcn
balk 15 miles southwest.
Tun b.trkentino S. G. Wilder leav
ing to-morrow will take about twenty
Japanese us pusscngera.
The steamer Likdike of the V. S.
S. Co. has been laid up und ia now
anchored in the stream.
You can get a horse for less than
tho price of a kingdom hack of the
Bui.UiTiN ofllco to morrow.
Thk Oahu College scholars will give
their Mayday entertainment at the
Y. M. C. A hall this evening.
TllK self-registering thermometer
at the Hawaiian Hotel registered ex
actly 00 degrees at the dew point, last
The Canadian, Ameiican and
Scotch teams aie leading in the tug-of-war
tournament started on April
21th in San Francisco.
Makea, the Japanese arrested yes
terday on Mauu.ikea street on two
charges reported in the Bulletin,
will bo tried to-morrow.
The steamer Kinau carried a small
list of passengers this trip, among
whom were Minna huge and J. S.
Mitchell for the Volcano.
The barricades are down on Queen
street now, and drivers aud cyclers
will go out of their way to have u
spin on its beautiful surface.
The Scotch yacht was taken on tho
Mai iue llnil way lust evening to have
her keel put on. When laid on her
aide the yacht much resembled a
J. F. Mono an will hold a landlord's
sale of goods belonging to the Electro-plating
Works for distraint of
rent, at his salesroom at 10 o'clock
Mits. Elizabeth Crouch died in
Curdiir, Wales, on March 2Cth. She
was 'JO years of age, a native of
Shropshiie, England, and mother of
Mrs. James Nott of this city.
At the sale of stocks held by J. F.
Morgan yesterday twenty-live shares
of 1. I. S. N. Co.'s stock wore bold .at
$108. V. S. S. and Press Publishing
Co.'s stocks were withdrawn.
The Austrian corvette Faeana
shortly to arrive here has a crack rille
team on boaid. A mutch should be
arranged with tho local team who
have shown themselves to bo "cracks."
The Bulletin circulation is going
up by leaps aud bounds in spite of
dull times. For every one discon
tinued there are live added to tho city
delivery list. Advertisers should make
a note of this fact.
The lleulani Boat Club's junior
crew have begun active practice for
t tie coming race with the Myrtles on
May 2-llh. They are showing up in
good form aud barring accidents will
give the Myrtles a hard race.
A Chinaman named Ah Seu was
found guilty of having opium in pos
session in (lie Police Court yesterday
and was fined .$100. The raid was
made at Kikihale by Police Officer
Kahookano, who was directed to the
place by a Chinese iiifonner.
Theke will bo a double funeral on
Sunday afternoon from the Roman
Catholic Cathedral. Mr. Perry, whose
death was noted yesterday, and Mr.
Fernandez, being honorary members
of the Santo Antonio Society, tlioir
funeral will bo conducted by that
A Chinaman, Ah Sing, wns tried in
the Police Court tins morning on a
charge of vagrancy within twoinontliB
last past. This Chinaman has been
seen loitering in the vicinity of Chi
nese hash houses and begging for
food. Ho pleaded guilty and was sen
tenced to imprisonment at hard labor
for six months.
A telephone m the volcano on
Hawaii is tho latest novelty for dwel-
leis on the island. In the old days
men rode on horseback ahead of the
lava How to let the settlers know
(hero had been an eruption, hut here
after it will be necessary only to turn
the crunk and call up "Central."
The air was quite crisp last night,
and a resident of many years hero
says the night was the coldest h over
knew in the month of May for Hono
lulu, He predicts another heavy
storm boon, owing to the sudden
change of temperature. The air
early this morning whb us chilly us
any January morning.
Last Wednesday a Htcerago passen
ger landed from the Matiposu, attired
in u coat of broad blazing stripes of
icd und yellow, wlion Mr. Ned Mao
farliiuc's attention was called to him
by u friend, and lie was asked to
"catch on" to the latest Austrnliuii
stylo. Mr. Macfurlane wittily replied,
'You arc mistaken, that is our new
Volcano II ii mi agent." A roar of
laughter fiom the crowd followed.
HE OLDEST DAILY In the
Kingdom-Tlitt Daily Bulletin.
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STRANGER'S FRIEND SOCIETY.
Annual Hoclnl or tlic Time. Honored
TlieSlrnngci's Friend Society licld
its anuunl meeting yesterday evening
al the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J.
A. Hopper. Her Majesty the Queen,
nlletidetl by Indies in wailing, was
Literary and musical exercises
preceded the material elements of
sociability. The items were: Piano
solo by Miss Castle, song by Miss
Dowsett, reading of the Secretary's
report, song by Mro. Dyer, recitation
by Mis. W. L. Hopper, and song by
Mrs. Irviin. Mrs. Damon has kindly
furnished the Hi'i.i.tniN with the
Secretary's repoit, as follows:
REfOUT OF SKCKKTAUY.
The annual business meeting of
tho Stranger's Friend Society was
held May 2d, and itemized reports
given of the work dono during the
year. As shown, the society has had
new and heavy burdens of expense,
but with also added facilities for
bearing expenses, so thnl the society
has thus far been able to meet the
constant, steady, increasing demand.
Several generous donations have
been received, from the Hon. C. 11.
Bishop, a S1000 Government Bond ;
from Mr. Aubrey Hobiuson, one
hundred dollars, this stun constitutes
an honorary member; fiom Mrs. M.
llyman, dfiy dollars ; from the Ama
teur Dramatic Club, foity-two dol
lars and scvcnly-llve cents ; from
Mrs. J. A. Hopper, ten dollars;
from Messrs. J. T. and II. Water
house, twenty dollars; also several
smaller donations. During the year
the society has supported seventeen
patients in the Queen's Hospital al
an expense of over four hundred dol
lars; by partial support assisted
twelve families and also a large num
ber of individual cases; aud others
leaving these shores have been aided
with passage money. The work of
the visiting committee has had faith
ful attention, weekly visits having
been made upon beneficiaries of the
society ; these are of every class, re
ligious belief, and nationality. On
record for the year, those assisted
by the society have been the people
of twelve (12) nationalities.
The disbursements for the year
ending May 1, 1892, amountiug to
twelve hundred and fifty-six dollars
and twenty-seven cents, and the re
ceipts, twelve hundred aud fifty-eight
dollars and thirty cents, leaving a
balance of two dollars aud three
cents in the treasury.
So long as poverty and distress
exist in our midst the Stranger's
Friend Society has active work to
do, and God helping us we will go
forward with renewed energy, eacli
with willing heart and hand lifting
Officers all re-elected for the ensu
ing year are as follows:
President, Mrs. W. F. Allen;
Vice-Presidents, Mrs. Mackintosh
and Mrs. T. Hobron ; Secrelaiy,
Mrs. S. M. Damon; Treasurer, Mrs.
E. W. Jordan; Directress, Mrs M.
Dowsett : Auditor, Mr. J. T. Water-
The collation provided by the
entertainers of the society was a
splendid repast of good things.
Sociability of the most cordial sort
ruled the company until time came
to disperse. The annual social of
the Stranger's Friend Society is al
ways a pleasant event, and the host
and hostess on this occasion well
maintained thq standard.
HONOLULU FIRE DEPARTMENT.
' There were twenty-live members
present at the monthly meeting of
the Board of Representatives of the
Honolulu Fire Department on Thurs
day evening. Julius Ascli, Chief
Engineer, David L. Kaluwaia, Second
Assistant, and Henry Smith, Secre
tary, were at their posts. Bills were
received and ordered to be paid, as
follows: $150 to J. J. Williani9 for
photographs of all the Chiefs of the
Department since institution, 820 to
V. Jacobsen for engrossing resolu
tions of condolence to the family of
the late George Lucas, 81S to three
experts for surveying the hall of
Hawaii Engine Company, and 82 to
Dr. Miner for services to nn injured
Rules submitted previously for the
guidance of paid olllcers of the De
partment were passed with some re
vision, after good deal of discus
sion on some of them. J. C. While,
T. R. Lucas and Geo. L, Dall, ex
peits appointed to examine und re
port on the condition of Ihc engine
house of Hawaii Engine Co., reported
that the building was settled in
the rear, its inaukii side worm-eaten,
the sills rotten, etc., and recom
mended that the engine be removed
to other quarters as soon as possible.
Hie repoit was adopted. J. H.
Boyd, Henry Smith and 1). Logan
were appointed a committee to ex
amine the statute law governing the
Department, and report changes that
may seem desirable to have legis
lated. SPECIAL NOTICE.
The Gleaner's Society will give a
lawn party upon the premises of W.
R. Castle, corner of Kinau and Vic
toria streets, upon Saturday after
noon, May 7th, from ij to G. An ad
mission fee of fifty cents will be
charged, children under twelve half
price, which feu will include ice
cream and pake. Attractive enter
tainments will be furnished upon
the grounds for small further
charges, including fortune-telling,
confectionery stand, lemonade, tea,
flutters, etc. The services of thu
band of the 13. S. Flagship San Fran
cisco having been kindly tendered
wilt add an additional attraction to
the cnterlaiumeut. The proceeds
are to be devoted to the work of the
Society. 1 2t
In sounding f'r a marine cable "ff
the Hawaiian Islanjls vtcently, the
crow of tho United States steamship
Alb.ilross brought up some twenty
fivo new species of fish. Among
them was a flounder, six or eight
inches in length, with an elongated
jaw and a pouch like a pelican's. A
specimen of the icd sea horse, or
Hippocampus, found 100 miles
northeast of Honolulu, is in the col
lection nnd is the only one known to
have been found in that icgion. Two
or three now species of Maerurus, or
great-tail fishes, were caught in -100
fathoms of water on the slopes of
Oahu, and several ccllike llshes
were found at the same time. An
octopus, weighing between forty and
fifty pounds, was caught in the
dredge and is now preset ved in alco
hol. Specimens of the batllsh, with
slender fins, that look like legs and
with gills in the back part of the
body, and crabs with globular bodies
nnd limbs covered with sharp horns,
were also brought to the surface and
have been preserved in alcohol. The
collection is to be sent to ichthyolo
gists al Washington, and to Piofes
sor Smith, of Yale,, and Agassiz, of
Harvard. Fort Myers (Fla.) Press.
A Bulletin ropoiter was shown
some of the stranue deepsea catches
on board the Albatross before she
left here, and gave an account of
them in this journal, whereupon some
curbstone philosophers started a
story that the reporter had been
stuffed. The Albatross was thor
oughly fitted out for deepsea explor
ations, for her services with the U.
S. Fisli Commission.
HONOLULU AND THE CHINESE.
Tho Detroit Free Press has an
illustrated article of three columns
on Honolulu by Frederick Stearns.
It is an intelligent description, in
troducing the Punchbowl and Tan
talus prospect roads. Mr. Slearn3
pays a high tribute to the work of
the Chinese in reclaiming waste
lands around Honolulu, followed by
these observations on the Chinese
question from the American stand
point: "My respect for these patient,
plodding, industrious, frugal citizens
of the middle kingdom lias been
much enhanced from what I have
seen of them here in these islands.
I fear the Chinese enough to believe
that should unrestricted immigration
be permitted of the Chinese to the
United States, China could spare
enough able bodied men -and with
out missing them from among her
teeming millions to override us, out
work us and crowd us into the sea.
That the American republic is an
acknowledged asylum for the. dis
tressed of all nations may be true in
the abstract, but unless we arc will
ing to enter into competition with
the Chinese in their ways and cus
toms we must except at least the
laboring poor of that nation."
Mr. Stearns left here for the
Orient by the S. S. China on Thurs
day. am w mn ' '
A FAMOUS VIOLINIST.
Bv the S. S. Alameda there will
ariive Ovide Musin, the distinguish
ed and phenomenal violinist, with
his concert company en route to the
Colonies. Owing to the uncertain
time the steamer will remain in port,
it will be impossible to present hi in
to the public of Honolulu. Musin is
acknowledged by tlioso capable of
judging as the greatest of violinists
playing in public to-day in the
world, yet he pleases all classes. On
his return from Australia in Septem
ber he will remain over and give one
or two concerts in Honolulu with his
company (if genuine artists especi
ally engaged to support Mr. Musin
during this lour.
Joe.Goddard, the noted Australian
pugilist, was a through passenger on
the Mariposa 5th inst. on his way to
San Francisco, to arrange some busi
ness 'matters with a Air. McAuliffe.
Mr. Goddnrd brought along some
champion numbers of Hie feathery
tribe (Australian breed fine birds).
Rooster aud hen, good ami healthy,
now mi view and for sale at the poul
try yard of the California Fruit Mar
ket, corner King and Alakca streets.
KAIULANI BOAT CLUB.
The Kaiulaui Boat Club at its
meeting last evening decided to im
port a new boat. Air. Rogers of San
Fiancisco will be the builder. Olllcers
for thu ensuing year were elected as
follows: President and Captain,
Prince Kalanianaolo; Vice-President,
A. S. Mahaulu ; Treasurer, Prince
Kawananakoa j Secretary, M. K. Na
kuina. Mr. J. P. Klaizu, an extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,'
narrowly escaped ono of thu severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says the Suturduy
Ifeview, Mr. Bluizu had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour alter Ids return lie
was threatened with a beverc case of
nneiinionin or luiur lever. Mr. Bluizu
sent to the nearest ding store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which ho had often
heard, and took a number of laigo
doses, He says the effect was won
derful and that in u short lime lie
was breathing quite easily. He kepi
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able to ciime to Des Moines.
Mr. Maize regards his cure as bimply
wonderful. Kilty tent bottles for
sale b all dialers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
O. J. McCAiniiY lias lots on Lilihu
blitet for sale. ' 3-U
PROF ALEXANDER'S ROOK.
Tho following appear in the New
Yoik Tiibune of Apiil ID:
"A liiicf History of the Hawaiian '
People," by W. D. Alexander, of i
Honolulu, is intended ns a text-book j
for the ohools of the Island King-
dom ; but, in the absence of other
books on the subject, it will bo found
a convenient manual to consult in
reference to the antiquities, the
customs. Hie ongiti and superstitions
ol l tic people, as well as for the
n.irrative of ev. nt' since the islands
icro di-envored by Europeans. The
volume is Illustrated with portraits,
ii-ws mid maps, and is published by
the American Hook Company at the
instance of the Board of Education
of the Kingdom.
L BERALS' b'ADY SOUG.
Luilaby baby, on the burning Bush,
When W-lcox wins there will bo a
For bo will the "Sugar Barons" crush.
Lullaby baby, on the burning Bush,
When the wind blows down will come
the brush ;
Lullaby baby, und all with u rush I
Lullaby baby, on the burning Bush,
When A-hford wins will we then have
Oh, mil bubv will erv for lack of
lush. L. L. N.
Aitkii shaving uki Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Ben.-on, Smith it Co., Agents.
Native Funs and Cuiins in great
variety at the "Elite" Ice C'r-ain
SiiNiiniiN telieveil at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith A- Co.,
Tin; Brunswick billiard pallors are
the most elegant pleasure resort in
"Where shall 1 see you this even
ing?" "Oil, same old place, the
Brunswick." (i tf
Lovkjoy it Co. announce invoices
ex Benmore of stand.ud brands of
gin and porter.
Ij. J. Levey will hold the regular
weekly sale of horses for Hon. J. 1.
Dowsett to-morrow at 12 noon.
Delicious codec and chocolate will
be served every muiniiig euily at the
Palace lee Cicam Pallor?, Ludvvigson,
& Cron. Hotel sticct. " l-tf
Get your nootn and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wuiluku
shoemakei, L. Toknnies', on East
Hotel slieet. Fiisi-elass woik, low
DitEKSMAKiNd, Cutting and Fitting
dono at ladies' houses. Perfect tit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 711 Bere
tania street, or Mutual telephone 000,
before 8 a. in. or 5 :!t0 p. in. 8-llni
Miss Mauv Lyli:, lately book-keeper
with Eg.m it Gunii, is pieparcil to do
stenographing and tyie-wiiling ut
moderate rates. Graduate of I lea Id's
Business College, San Francisco. Box
10 P. O , both telephones 20."i. 1-1 w
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 & Co., Agents.
"Niivcr Have !lin Now,"
Said u gentleman in conven-ation,
speaking of lhoo trouble.-onie things
Corns. Tin. ic.n-on why was (pnte
evident. Ho had need some of our
new corn exterminator. This is a
simple hainiless lenu-dy, easily ap
plied and verv eli'ective, removing ev
en thu roots of the com without pain.
Do you use soap? Wo haven't said
anything about soap for two months.
Most of our customers pioeured a
largo supply during our simp week
but is it not most washed away by
this time? We think so and have a
new lino of soap toofler Jas. S. Kirk
& Co.'s. These soaps are a boon tor
these dull times whicli some eomplai i
about theyr's cheap in price but of
very gi od quality. Colgate & Co. are
well represented in the soap line in
our store. We have the Unions
"Good Morning" soup, loo. This is
Pears' and if you will read their ad
vertisements carefully you'll bo con
vinced of its superiority to any oilier.
We have all sorts of shaving soaps,
also. Ourassorlnieiitof lather brushes
is daily growing less but yet have a
line lot from which you can make
your selection. We keep shaving
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Ciiruui' ii"oi'i t Klmr triiiiis,
4 4-ROOMKD Cottage on
' V Fort street. Good loca
tion and moderate lent.
Apply on the premises or to
At the Gov't Building.
PHAETON, a Top
IHiL'L'v and a I lar-
tici-s at It) .Alakca street.
A. SPECIAL meeting of the Portu
guese Ladles' Charitable Associa
tion will li held at thu house of Mrs,
F. W. llacfarliiiie, on MONDAY, May
'J, lh'.l, at III o'clock a. m.
MRS. W. FO.VI'KR.
4111 ill seeietary.
NICE Cottage on Beie-
taula slieet near Piikoi,
ilifl" liHil co
iintalus Parlor, Dhihig-iooui,
Two HeihooiiiB, Pantry and Kitchen,
Stable ami milage. Hoiue, hcrvuiiln'
Room; irauu iir p.iso eviiiy, '.'Q nihility.
Apply at the olllee of this pupor.
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HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
TR MMINGS I
Special Reduction ia School Hats
tar FOR I WKEK ONLY -
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CIS.
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THE HIGHEST GI'.ADE OF BOTTLED
ffilir, Glioir Ale' M Gran Apple Cider !
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The "OLD" St
CONS'HTUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 18.r)'J BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOB CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cabinet Making Opholslaiiig Undertaking
Business hi Honolulu me sMll extant, and the hiisiuc-,:-, lt originator and
present prop lie lor here to -lay. Having pureh.i-ed the entire lnteiest of
the late 11 rut of II. II. Williams X Co., compii-lug the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; pi iuelp illy elected by II. II. William duiiiiz his lute three,
mouths' visit to the Cnu-t, I now offer tliN stock and (utiiio additions for
CASH at prices much less than heietoforo charged.
gdjr The uuileislgiied in resuming his old place and luislue-s w.mld respect
fully tender Ills gratefiil thanks foi tlie libei.il patronage of old fiiends ot this
and nelglihoiliig Islands, and hopes tu uiei it a contbiiianeo of their favors while
soliciting a chare fiom new friends; and agai i offers his seivieos ill
Moving; Pianos, Household Coods, Etc.,
By Uxiierleneed and Careful Men wlih Suitable Apparatus.
rVLtling of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Vlen !
Oar PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES, "ttrt
A 5 l STORK!
lOO fr'orr Mtivt't.
LVilu.v, i-MiliiiMl.iy unit lnmlii3, ve will ollVr our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Eifty Gents !
RI-XiULA't PRICE. 7.V,
8-Buiuiu Sac Glows, 7.V , i-gulur price, $1.
ALL-SILK JilUliON", OlllixU1 FOR GASH 1
Np.'J, OPe; Np, li, 76o; Ko. 5, 8Uij Nu.7.l; Kg. 9,1,25
No. li.Sl.10-. No.-lU.Sil.76.
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By the "Bennmic" now distharg-
ing we rti-'jiied 200') Pieces
And to tuaku room
our entire slock of
for it we offci
IIavilant) at nn enormous i eduction.
We will, in future, keep only tho
decorated ware for sale. The White
China is of the same line quality a
LATEST STYLES IN
warm days. Our Soda
Pure Fruit Juioss
PART OF THE CITY.
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Honolulu 51. I.
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