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Loavo Honolulu. ..(1:15 8-lfi l :ir 4 ::rt
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Leave llonoulmll.. 7:30 I0:4il ilt-l'l fi:42t
Arrive Honolulu. ..8 ::tr 11:55 4 :5 G:CU1
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Arrive Poarl Rlty 5:oS ....
Lcuvo Pearl Cily.. (1:00
Arrlvo Honolulu.. .0:40
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A btokm is brewing.
Tun Alameda will sail for tho Colo
nies at midnight.
SiKiAit was 3 1-10 for 'JO lest in Now
Yoikon April 20.
Tiik band will play at Emma
Square this afternoon.
1'unsKii Sutton of tho S. S. Alameda
is l banked for news favors.
Tiik repairing to tbu Hawaiian
treasury vault 1ms been completed.
Tiik ball game tins afternoon will
bo between tbu Kamchiimehas uud
J si S' S' f g '
inv s a "la c : - m s
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ti.m, ii.m. n.in. ii.in.
Moil. i! !l i!.l 9 10, 1 0 4 0 ft 28 G211 ....
TlliM. 3 10 M 11 01 0 4 30 3 2S1 0 20 0 4S
AVuu. 4 II ID 10 30 4 Ull f. 30 J 271 0 28 1 17
I u.iu. p.m.
Villa's. 5 .... 12 0' 0 30 3 30 5 27 0 27 1 0
u.m. ii.m., I I
Krl. 0 u 3J 120 7 0 0 30 ft 20 ('. 27 2 30
Sat. 7 1 JO 2 201 SOT 30 ft 2ft 0 2S, 3 10
Ii.m. ll.lil., I
Sun. S 2 III! 2 HI' 8 40 S 411 ft 2ft1 0 2S 3 41
Tiik Y. M. O. club will meet at Hie
club rooms at 1 o'clock to-morrow
,ti . s?jp. !.
San Francicco, April 30, per S. S.
FATAL T1IKATEII FIKB
Diamond Hkaii, .1 p. m. Weather
clear; wind light northeast; bark 20
Khst qumtcr of tlio moon on tlioOil ntRli.
IUui. a. in.
I'liu time "lutml for tlio poit It given lit 12li.
win. ncc. (nililiilulin of Uieonu It'll tltnoor
11i.2mh. 3l.-i'c. p. in. ol Honolulu Obscryntoiy
time. It Is kImmi liv tlioVti-um wliistloof tlio
Honolulu l'limlnu Mill, n feu (loots iiliovo
tlio Custom llouso. Tlio mono wlilstlo Is
Hounded con i-ctly lit Honolulu mciin noon,
lObsvivntovy niciidlnn, or loll. 31m. SGauc. ol
ff a 1 1 1? fgieTlefut
SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1892.
S S Alameda, Morse, from San Francisco
Sum- Watmatialo from Molokal and
Sum- Mokolii from Molokai
Stmr Lchuii from Hamakmi
The Anglican Church Chronicle,
well stored with matter, has been re
ceived for May.
J. F. Mono a.v will hold an assignee's
sale of dry goods at his salesroom at
10 o'clock on Monday.
Am bktne S G Wilder, GrlllUhs, for San
Am 4-mastcd schooner Transit, Jorgen-
sen, for San Francisco
S S Alameda, Morse, for the Colonies at
A riUKMAN on the Alameda, named
Godfrey, was arrested this afternoon
with two tins of opium in possession.
The band will play at tho Hawaiian
Hotel this evening for the benefit of
tho passengers by thu S. S. Alameda
A historical watch is to bo sold by
Mr. Levey at auction on Wednesday.
It is a memento of thu wreck of the
U. S. S. Saginaw.
Theik Excellencies 11. A. Wide
maun, Minister ol Finance, and W.
A. Whiting, Attorney-General, are
able to bo out again.
The Jap, Matca, who assaulted a
police officer the other day, was found
guilty in the Police Court this morn
ing and sentenced to pay a fine of $9.
A new steamboat will boon be built
in this city. Messrs. Calway and
Swanson, who erected the new mar
ket, have the contract for building
On Monday, high tide large will be
2 :fi5 p. in. ; small, 2 :25 a. in. Low
tide largo, 8:55 a. in.; small, 9:05 p.
m. Sun rises 5:2-1, sets 0:38. Moon
bets 4:15 a. m.
The annual meeting for election of
officers, of the Hawaiian Mission
Children's Society, will be held this
evening nt the residence of Judge
Dole at 7 :30 o'clock.
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr .las Makec for Kauai at 4 p m
Slini- Mokolii for Molokal and Maui at o
Stmr Wahnansdo for Molnkai and Maui
at 5 p in
Bktuc Maiy Winkehnan, Neilson, for
Stmr Hawaii for Uamakua nt 5 p m
From San Francisco per S S Ala
meda, May 7 For Honolulu : W O
At water and wife, J B Atherton and
wife, Wade Armstrong, Chas Beach,
W P Bovd, Chas L Carter and wife,
W A Chance, W 11 Chance, J 11 Gait,
Frank Godbe, W Grnenbagen, Mrs G
F Garland, G W Haas, Geo A Mirick,
Miss Jessie McCord, Miss Myrtle Mo
Cord, D Nuumin, Mrs J A Palmer, A
Rielley and wife, J Shirley, Mrs H B
Smith, J G Spear, Miss Stoy, Rev W
H Stoy, Mrs Sylvester. M M Thomp
son, Miss Charlotte L Turner, Mrs C
Worth. Miss B Young, and 5 steer
age. For Auckland: Isidoro Heller,
John B Kitchen, Wallace F Kirk, N
M Williatt and 11 steerage ; at Hono
lulu: L N llobbs, T J Mull, D Stew
art. For Sydney : E B Beaver, A II
Bunouglis, M Carey, Hany C Chap
man. It A Cunningham, Harry C
Disston, Julo C Durunt, F Feraud,
J)r V .1 Giinst, John Laird and wife, i
L Lesser, John Maclollan and wife.
PT Reid and wife, C Trower, iMis
Clara Whin- and child, A H Whiilen
and 28 steeiage.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr C H Bishop U.VJ!.' bogs sugar, 271
bill's rice ami 80 watermelons.
Mu. F. F. Porter bought a horse at
one dollar ($1) at to-day's sale. It
was a good enough frime to build on,
and a liberal outlay of grass and oats
may bring out a winner for June 11.
Mil. Wm. Porter Boyd of Missouri, U.
S., successor to Mr. A. W. Richard
son as American Vice-Consul-Gencral,
arrived by the steamer Alameda to
day, and is registered at the Hawaiian
Through the catching fire of
scenery in the Grand Central Thea
ter, Philadelphia, the night of April
27, the theater was destroyed, as
well as an eight-story annex occu
pied by the Times newspaper. In a
panic that seized the audience over
50 persons were injured but none
Seven members of the Devil's
Auction Company, which was play
ing at the time, are known to have
lost their lives, and seven were seri
ously injured. It is believed that
the list of dead will be increased as
the ruins are cleared away.
Some of the men in the audience
acted disgracefully, leaving the
women to take care of themselves.
One fool cut his way through the
crowd with a pocket-knife, intlicting
injuries on a number of people.
The Times presses and other
machinery in tho cellar, which were
valued at $200,000, escaped witli
comparatively' little injury on ac
count of tho protection of double
arches, which resisted the weight of
hundreds of tout of debris. The
total loss is estimated at nearly a
A TOllNAUO WKECKS A WOULO's KAIIl
A gale that swept through Jack
son park, Chicago, on the 27th,
wrecked the south and west walls of
the manufacturers' and liberal arts
building of the World's Fair. This
is the biggest building on the grounds.
One tornado followed another. An
entire section 700 feet long and GG
feot high was piled on the floor. The
damage is from $10,000 to 8220,000.
The building is 1700 feet loug and
150 wide, and will cost $1,500,000.
Three men were injured by the fall
of the first section.
The barkenthie Mary Winkclniati will
leave for San Francisco on Monday with
a load of sugar.
'Iho Ilawallau bark Andrew Welch
commenced loading at Sun Kianolscofor
tliis port on April :lu.
The barkeutliie S G Wilder, Grllllths
master, will leave for San Francisco this
afternoon with a full load of btigar.
SAN l'ltANCJISCO NOTES.
Arrivals April 27, schooner Robert
Lowers, 18 days from Honolulu.
Departures iiil(2;l, harks Sonoma
and Forest Queen for Honolulu; :M,
bktno S N Caste for Honolulu; 28,
hktno bkii'Mt for Kahtilul.
The Itoynl Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert this after
noon at Emma Squaic, commencing
at 7:30 o'clock. The program is a
Match Express Schild
Overdue Mozort Suppo
Cornet Polka Village Festival. . . .
V.ilU Young Vienna Fahrbach
Selection Muritana Wallace
HungaiiHii Dances Bruhuis
MUSIN COMING LATER.
By the Alameda anived Mr. F.
Feraud, advance agent of Mr. Ovide
Musin the violinist and company.
Owing to the illness of a member of
the company they did not come this
trip. They will, however, ho here
by the Australia on the 17th inst.
and remain here Jo days for the re
turn of the Mariposa for the Colo
nies. There will thus be ample time
for Mr. Musln to give a season here,
us well as allow himself and company
uu opportunity of enjoying the island
climate and scenery.
The Cabinet held a meeting yester
day and nominated E W. Barnard as
District Judge for North Hilo. At
another meeting to-day the Cabinet
decided to nominate S. H Kalamakee
as District Judge for W lialua, Oahu.
Two Japanese deserters of contract
service, one from tho Kohala, Hawaii,
plantation, and the other from the
Kealia, Kauai,' plantation, decided
this morning to return to work. They
will therefore be returned to their
"Fanny," a thoroughbred female
Gordon better, belonging to Mr. J. W.
McDonald and one of the most valua
ble dogs in the kingdom, was run
over and killed by a tramcar the other
day. The exctibe the driver gives is
that ho was giving change to a pas
senger and did not see the animal's
danger in time to stop the car. There
will likely bo more heard about tho
Canada and Scotland are 0 each in
games won in tho tug of war in San
Francibco. The American team, after
having won 5, lost one to tho Irish
but it was declared "no contest," owing
to the evideuco that tho Americans
had sold out. The first suspicious
circumstance was that 2 to 1 was
offered against tho Americans, and
when it cume to the pull they did not
try to win.
Mu. F. Gom'itEY has handed us L
'Echo do la Surname, Paris, of April
10, which contains an item saying
that Honolulu is tho leading tele
phone town ol tho world, in propor
tion to inhabitants, having one tele
phono to every 23 inhabitants. It
also s.iys tho Hawaiian kingdom has
attained to the front rank in European
civilization, especially with regard to
the development of public instruction.
Tin: Royal Hawaiian baud gavo
two birthday serenades this morning,
Ouo was at the residence of Admiral
Brown, Hotel grounds, in honor of
Mrs. Brown's birthdny. Thu other at
tho residence of Hon. Sam'l Parker,
Premier, who is 39 years old to-day.
.Mrs. Brown was taken out for a drive
in the forenoon, and in her absence a
party of friends gavo tho cottage a
festal appearance. The interior was
profusely decorated as Honolulu
ladies know In w tudo,and a lanai was
coiibtriictc'd at the tear of tho houso.
lahles were gpioad with a delicious
lunch nothing, in short, was omitted
of thu concomitants of a delightful
RECOVERED FROM THE DEEP.
An anchor about four feet long
was hauled up on tho bar on Wed
nesday uight by the tug Kleu while
rendering assistance to the dredge,
The anchor got entangled in the
chain of the tug uud in being hauled
up the chain snapped. Later, how
ever, the relio was recovered. It was
cemented with coral rock and only
in n few places could iron be seen.
The unchor.must have lain there over
forty years. Tho most wonderful
part is the discoveiy of a tuft of
The will of William Astor leaves
the bulk of his fortune to his son
John Jacob, whose wife was Miss
Willing of Philadelphia. The entire
fortune amounts to $70,000,000.
Each of the three daughters will re
ceive $2,000,000. The body of Wil
liam Astor will be sent from Paris by
way of Havre to New York.
Captain Porter of the Secret Ser
vice has applied for a patent for a
scheme to issue 15,000,000 or 20,
000,000 special coins of 50 cents
each to be used as admission tickets
to the World's Fair. M. H. de
Young introduced a resolution in the
national commission last September
calling for these jubilee coins. As
the coiu3 will contain but 30 cents
worth of silver the Government
would gain a round sum.
General W. T. Wells, one of the
best-known citizens of Vermont and
who was prominently spoken of last
year as likely to be the successor of
Secretary of War Pioctor in Presi
dent Harrison's Cabinet, died sud
denly April 29 in a William-street,
New York, business house.
Representative Bailey of Texas lias
introduced an amendment to the
rules of the House of Representa
tives, to provide for docking the pay
of members who do not file written
statements that they wero present
during the month.
A conference of the Senate and
House is in session on the Chinese
bill. Geary declares he will not ac
cept Dolph's measure.
The Interwest Cattlemen's Con
gress is in session at Ogden, Utah.
Vigilantes took a Chinaman charged
with indecent assault out of the
county jail at North Yakima, Wash.,
gave him an unmerciful whipping
with a blacksuake whip, then told
him to leave the town and not return
under forfeit of his life.
More or less sharp shocks of earth
quake wero felt on the 29th in the
towns shukeu by the previous heavy
Elwood Bruncr, ex-member of the
California Legislature, has been ar
rested in Sacramento on two charges
of attempted bribing of members.
The arrest wus ut the instance of the
Citizens' Defense Association.
The Czarowitz sent for W. C. Kd
gur, secretary of the American coin
mission for the distiihutiou of wheat
and flour sent to Russiu in the steam
er Missouri by Americans, in order
to return personally the thanks of
Russia for this generous assistance
warmth. II said in tones of deep
feeling that he wished in the name of
Russia to thank the millers of Am
erica and (he people of Minnesota,
New York ami Nebraska for the
food supply which they had sent lo
the suffering people of Russia.. He
declared that all his countrymen were
deeply affected by tho noble spirit
and warm-hearted feeling which thin
shipload of food showed.
It was still thought in Paris, on
the 29th, that there was no likeli
hood of nny troubles in France for
Many more arrests of Incendiaries
and dynamiters have been made in
different towns of France.
The public galleries and the bourse
in Paris have been closed on account
of the receipt of letters threatening
to blow up tho bourse.
All the guards In London were to
bo under arms all day Sunday to pre
vent disturbances from the actions
of foreign anarchists and their home
allies. Scotland Yard officials were
busy in assigning bodies of police to
various points, and scattering men
in citizen clothes among the thou
sands upon thousands of people who
would be in the parks that day.
Placards containing the words: "No
God, no laws, no property 1 Remem
ber Chicago 1" have been torn down
from the walls in the East End by
the police. The police hail their or
ders for Mayday. If any speaker
made the slightest attempt at any
thing approaching revolutionary ut
terance, he was to be torn from the
platform without ceremony.
As a result of the issuance of a
violent anarchist manifesto, the
Madrid police surrounded every
woikingmeu's club in the city and
captured a large number of anar
chists who will be held until after
Mayday, the time at which they
advised the workingmen to rise en
masse and overtnrow the Govern
ment. Among the prisoners was Vincent
Lorenzo, an intimate friend of Rava
chol, the Paris anaichist leader. The
clubs were closed, and will not bo
permitted to re-open. The police
also captured a large quantity of
anarchist literature, together with
rides, revolvers, flags and banners.
The prisoners when arraigned de
livered violent harangues, predicting
the triumph of anarchy.
The Spanish Minister of War has
instructed the provincial Governors
to have military detachments occupy
strategical positions wherever public
meetings are held on Mayday, and
at the least sign of a riot the soldiers
will charge and disperse the mob
without waiting for martial law to be
The police are keeping a close eye
on foreign cutthroats who are now in
London in the hope of entrapping
them before Sunday, so as to put
them out of harm's way. Lo'uise
Michel, who has been teaching a
school of children of exiled commun
ists in Tottenham Court road, and
incidentally lias been spreading the
propaganda, is said to be chafing lo
come out on Suuduy and say some
A Berlin despatch says there is a
strong suspicion among the officers
of troops stationed at Halle that the
men nre being approached by social
ists witli a view to weakening their
allegiance to the Government and to
day an unexpected search was made
of the barracks. The result verified
the suspicions, for in the men's quar
ters was discovered a number of
socialistic manuscripts setting fortli
the wrongs under which the soldier
labors and calling upon them to join
the socialists in effecting a reforma
tion of the body politic.
The managers of the large English
and American shops near the Grand
Opera, Paris, have received threat
ening lettere, declaring that every
house not French will bo blown up.
O. il. MrHAitTiiv bus hits on l.ililm
slici'l foi sale. 3-il
Ai'iiitt tuning use I'm umber Skin
'1 onie. Benson, Smith fc Co., Agent.
Native Fans and Curios in great
vniieiy nl the "Klile" leo Cream
m-nhvun' relieved at once by Cu
eitmliii Toiiie. Hcnson, Smith & Uo.j
Tin: IliuiiMvick billiard puilors mo
tin most elejranl pleasure loguvi in
"Wtiniti: shall I sue you this evon-
ing?" "Ob, same old place, Iho
The right am' the wrong track nro
illustiated in the Hawaiian Hardware
Co.' enitoon to-day.
Geo, McCoid will collect and re
ceipt all accounts in which Viggo
.hi col it en is interested.
A. G. Sii.va it Co. on Hotel street
are holding a grand clearance sale of
gooda at prices below cost.
Fhksh rolls and doughnuts and a
line cup of coil'ee you can get every
morning at the "Elite" lee Cream
By order of T. F. Lansing, assignee
of a h.inkiupt estate, L. J. Levey will
hold an auction sale on Wednesday
next at noon.
Delicious coffee and chocolate will
be served eveiy morning early at the
Palace lee Cieam Parlors, Ludwigscu,
A-. Cum. Hnlel stieet. 1-tl
Get your mints and shoes made
and icpaiied by tho old W.iiluku
shoeninUer, L. Toesnies, on East
Hotel stieut. Fiisl-olnss work, low
Duessmakino, Cutting anil Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect fit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF. 73 Bere
tania stieet, or Mutual telephone 09(5,
bufoie S a. in. or 5:30 p. in. 8-3m
MissMahy LYLE.laloly book-keeper
with Egan & Gunn, is piepand to do
stenographing and type-wiiting at
model ate rates. Graduate of Hoald's
Business College, San Francisco. Box
10 P, O., both telephones 205. 1-1 w
Mrs. Fred. L. Leslie received a
letter from her husband by the S. S.
Mariposa. The letter contained
money to square up his accounts. It
will be remembered Mr. Leslie, who
was. manager of the Kohala saloon,
was reported in a February number
of this journal as having skipped
out, leaving his wife destitute and
his creditors lamenting. Mrs. Leslie
now wishes to contradict that report,
offering as proof her husband's doing
the square thing now.
S. S. ALAMEDA.
Discharged San Francisco pilot
April 30lh, 4 : 10 p. m. Slopped for
Honolulu pilot May 7th, 9-30 a. in.,
G days, 19 hours, 22 minutes. From
lat. 37 to hit. 27 moderate weather
with northeily winds and smooth sea,
thence strong southerly and S. W.
winds with rain and rough sea.
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There's a vast difference between
thu right and the wrong track, when
It uoni(i3 to goods nnd prices. We've
struck the right track in both.
Rmiiy Stlt Ladhkus from three
feel to Ion feel high arc good
tilings and convenient lo have in the
house. They have llic shelf for
holding bucket, soap and brush.
Easier anil safer than the gel-down-whon-you-want-the-water
price Is tho same.
The Bulls-eye for any kind of a
lantern is another good thing.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bunt, H"ii"luhi.
104 Fort ocreet, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY LATEST STYLES IN
Hats, Bonnets & Toques !
NEW TR'MMINGS I
THE LATEST CHIFrFON
NEW RIBBONS !
Special Redaction ia School Hats
z&- FOR J WEEK QSNSLY -xsa
CHiLDRENS' SCHOOL MIS FOR 25 CTS.
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It's very refreshing
Editoii Kui.i.r.TiN :
The following i ecords of May tem
perature may he of interest as bearing
on thu statements of "old residents:"
May 4, 1881, minimum, 62.
May 17, 1881, minimum, 02.
May 18, 1884, miuimiim, 01.
May 12, 1890, ininiuium. G2 .
May 13, 1890, minimum, 01.
May 5, 1892, ininiuium, G2 .
Bo that the coolness this time is
not so extraordinary after ull. It
Never Have Tlicui Now,"
Said a gentleman in conversation,
speaking of those troublesome things
Corns.'' The teuton why was quite
evident. Ho had used Mime of our
new corn exterminator. This is a
simple .harmless remedy, easily ap
plied and voty effective, removing ev
en the roots of tho coin without pain.
Do you tthO soap? We haven't said
anything about so.ip for two mouths.
Most of our customers procured a
large bupply dining our soap week
but is it not most washed away by
this time? We think so and have a
new line of soap to oiler Jas. S. Kirk
it Co.'s. These boaps aro a boon tor
these dull times which some eompliii l
about theyr's cheap in price but of
very good quality. Colgate it Co. are
well represented in the soup lino in
our store. We have tho lainoub
"Good Morning" toup, too. This is
Pears' and if you will leatl their ad
vertisements carefully you'll he con
vinced of its superiority to any other.
Wo have all sorts of shaving snaps,
also. Our assortment of hither brushes
is daily growing less but yet have a
fine lot from which you can make
your bolection. We keep shaving
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Corniu' fort .& JCliitr hitremn,
OUR LARGE STOCK OF
Ribbons, Dress Goods,
Coisc.s, Lace Caps,
Velvets, Shirts, Collars,
And our Syrups made from
Pure Fruit Juines !
TUB HIGHEST GRAPE OF BOl'lLKD
Water, Ginpr- Ale ail Grab Apple Gir !
DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THK CITY.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
r rs xj .- a i rx? .$ .
lOl) I ort MtriM'f. : : . : : : tgnioliilii. BI. I.
i-ii -"miii iwiMimir m-i --..--.. mnfln.tii:MiiiHfwwi i iirmnnMiiM mm
The "OLD" Stores
m.- riiv vt".
OOXS'IITUTING THU "PIONEKR" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1859 BY C. 10. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
should bo added hero, for the benefit ffL.1 K,rvri Tlvooooo
"self-register- vij.ai.u.au.u. o xsivaoi'a,
of your itemizer, that
ing" thermometers do not "register
the dew-point," but merely the plain
matter-of-fact lowest temperature.
In fact there are probably no self
registering thermometers ' here, but
there are quite a number of maxi
mum and miuimiim thermometers,
the latter of which of course is what
is meant. C. J. L.
O. E. WILLIAMS.
tarred rope still adhering to u hole in an hour of adversity. The Czuro
in the utichor. wjU received Mr. Edgar with great
The funeral of the latu Peter Fer
nandez will take place at 1 o'clock
to-morrow from the residence,
Palatini. The funeral of the late
Louis Perry will take place at 2;3()
o'clock to-inoirow from the house of
Mr, M. S. Pereira, School street.
Men's lUts, Table Covers, Etc , F.lc.
Will bB So'd Oat Greitly B low ttoi
teiT Great Bargains hi MOOTS and
A. G S1LVA & CO.,
Hotel St.. bet. Fort & Ntuianu.
rVO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
A. Thin Is lo givo notice that finui anil
after ilato hereot Mr. George .McCord is
the only person in Honolulu authorized
to collect and nccipt for mouuys now
duo or Unit may become duo mo for ser
vices mulcted, ami that all btlle aio pay
able to him alone
Honolulu, Ma) 7, ib0:i, 115 3t
I 5ASII M rr O 1 10 I
1 Taia A Tflr JBsl 3L TTTHnflOr
KM) Fort .Street, ltrmr Stlocli.
ITriiluy, r-iul,iirliy uud .Wmuluy, we will oI1m- iiii
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAR PRICE, 7.V.
8 Hull'. ii r-,,u Glui 8. 7-V , regul.ir price, $1,
ALL-SILK ltllilJON, ClllfiAl FOK UASll 1
No. 2,030, Nu. a, 7.V-; No. 5, K0e ; N.7,1, N... "J, $1.25;
No. 12, $1.10; No. 10, $1.75.
Furniture, Cabinet Milling,
Business in Honolulu aro s'tll extant, and the lui-iness, Its originator and
picscnt proprietor here to M:iv. Having purchased the enure Interest of
the late linn of II. 11. Williams A; Co., comprising the largest slock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; piluclpilly selected by II. II. William dining hi-. Into tluee
mouths' visit to the Coa-l", I now offer this stock and ftitme addition for
CASH nl pi ices much les than heretofoio charged.
gttir 'l'ho uuiloisigued in lestinilnghis old plaeo anil business would tespeet
fully tender hi grateful thanks for tho llber.il patronage of old friends of this
ami neighboring Islands, and hopes to meili a eontltiimiico of tholr favors while
soliciting a sliiuo fiom new friends; .mil again offers his services in
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Mitting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
1ST PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -a