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I'lio tlmu kIiihI tor tlio pott la kUlmi at 121).
Oni. 0uc. (nililnlKlitl of Oiecuulch tlmooi
Hi. 28m. aisee. p.m. of Honolulu Olisciuitory
time. It Is ulei lij tlio steam whistle of tlio
Honolulu Pinning Mill, a few tloois above
the Custom House. Iho sumo whistle Is
sounilcd eoncetlv ul Honolulu tncun noon,
Oliseivntoiy inciidiun, or lull. 31m. Msec, of
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MONDAY, MAY 9, 1892.
Nor bk Poseidon, Bjoi nsou, 84 days from
Stmr Claudinu ftoin Maul
Stmr Mlkuhala from Ku-.ai
Stmr Kaala fiom Kauai
Selir Katilkuaotillfrom Kohala
JStlir Kawailaui fiom Kuolau
jjttur Waialeale from Kauai
liktue Mary Wiiikelman, Neilson, for
Sinn- .las Makee for Kauai at 4 p in
stair Mokolil for Molokai and Maui at 5
ittnr Waimaualo for Molokai and Maui
at 5 p m
Htiur Hawaii fot Ilamakua at C p m
btmr J A Cummins for Koolau and Wai-
Stmr C It liishup for Waianae, Waialua
and Kabukn at 0 a in
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr Mikaliala for Kauai at 5- p in
Stmr Claudlne for Maui at p in
Stmr Lehua for Nun and Paauhau, at 15
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
fSiun Clandiue 7001) bags sugar, 167
bags taro, 15 bags coin, 30 bags
potatoes, 1G9 pkg. (sundries.
Stmr M ikahala 030 bags sugar, 30 bdls
hides. 3 horses, 40 pkgs sundries.
. Stmr Waialeale 3412 bags sugar.
From Maui, per stmr Claudinu, May
8 Mis 6 G Wilder, Mrs H G Alex
ander and daughter, Rev O P Emer
son, Dr Nichols, wife, child and ser
vaut, Sister Antonio, Sister Bonaven
tuia, A F Franca, J Williams, Clias
'Creighton, V Johnson, J W Blown,
C W ABliford, Jno Riehaidson. G E
JJo.irdman, J V Jones, Li Cheung, Rev
.J K Josopa, Air Allen, Dr Lutz, J
Feireira and wife, W H Cornwell and
From Kauai, pur stmr Mikaliala,
May 8 Hon V G Ii win, V E Rowell.
ill II Wilcox, M Rogo, jr, RSehiciber,
K Gjeidium, C Baddeky, 1 Chinese
.and 35 deck.
Fiom Kauai, per Btmr Waialeale,
May I) Capt John Ross and -1 deck.
For San Francisco, per bktno S G
Wilder, May 8 Mr Graig, Mr Fer
guira and wife, Viena, wife and
For the Colonies, per It M S S Ala
meda, May 7 Captain Walker, Miss
.Lena Miller and live steeiage, and (51
S S San Fianeisco, Bear
Brown, from San Diego
Am is stmr Morning Star, Garland,
from South t-ea Islands
Am ship J C L'otier, Myer, Newcastle, N
Br ship Benmore, Jenkins, from Liver
pool ritlir Glendale, Johnson, from Eiueka,
Am bktno Discovery from San Francisco.
Nor Hilg Dato from Newcastle, N & W
Am bk Colusa, Backus from San Fran
cisco Am ship J O Potter, Meyer, fiom New
castle, N S W
Nor bk Pooeldon, Bjornson, from New
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPEGTED.
II 1 Jl S Hid, Mori, fiom Japan
S S City of Peking, from Hongkong and
Yokohama, May -1
Am bktno S N Castle from San Frau
elsco, duo May 3
Am ship PautoliiB, Beadle, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk Sumatra, Thomas, from New
castle, N S W
Am fi-m Mihr Louis, Hatch, fiom New
Am 3-ni schr F S Itedlleld, from New
castle, N S W
Am 4-in pclu Cairier Dove, Braudt,
fiom Newcastle, N S W
GerbkJ O l'lluger, from Biemeu, July
Our bk J C Glade, fiom Liverpool, Juuo
Haw bk Fooling Suey, from Boston,
Haw ship Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 15
Norbk Ilaviiiien, Evangen, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk Murg.net from Newcastle, NSW
Bk L'lslnoio from Newcastle, N S VV
rt k3 wm"svt'y
Bill bk Velllrtff frtttll NcwCii5li(J. J? 3 W
Hk "rcta from Newcastle, N S W
S 8, Australia, lloutllctto, from Han Frari-
eloo, May 17
U M S S Mnilposi, Hayward, from San
Franol'co, Mino 3
The steamer Waialeale which nrilved
his morning reports heavy northerly
swcllland unty weather aloug the Kauai
The baikontluo Dlcovory will leave
for San Franeleo with a full cargo of
I'lif Amciieau barkcutluo S G Wilder,
Captain Oilfllths. sailed on Sunday for
J-uti FraneUco with 7R!)8 bags of sugar
shipped bv r I'rcwer & Co. Domestic
value, 21.072 25.
The AinetiiMii four-masted sehoouer
Transit, Captain Jorgetisoti, took for San
I'rancUeo on .-atuidny 1C,1S2 bags of
sugar valued at $.i0,483.42. The sblp
lieis were O Bruwer & Co, T H Davles it
to and Castle & Cooko
The Norwegian bark Poseldou, Rjorn
son master, arrived yesleidsiy, 84 davs
fiom Newcastle, N S W, with about 740
tons of coal to tuo 1 1 3 J (Jo.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
cloudy; wind light southwest.
Tub Scottish Thistle Club will meet
at 7 :30 this evening. Friends wel
comed at 8 o'clock.
Six inches of ruin fell at KtUuea,
Kauai, on Tuubdtiy night. The great
sloini does not seem to have coutiued
itself to this island.
Col. It. 0. Spalding has been ap
pointed treasurer of the Mukeo Sugar
Co., being succeeded hb secretary by
Mr. Geo. II. Fairchild.
Wieiiy and Kcuting have been ar
retted for malicious injury. Their
trial will come up to-tnorrow in the
Police Couit. Wiury is the Halfway
Tub annual hjcctiug of the mem
bers of the Second Congregation of
St. Andrew's Cathedral will be held
this evening at 7 :30 o'clock, in the
schoolroom. A full attendance is
The band will give its regular con
ceit at Emma Square this evening
It played in the alter noon on Satur
day at Emma Square, in the evening
at the Hotel, and yesterday at two
Mr, P. S. Taylor, manager of the
Hawaiian Electric Light and Power
Co., has fitted up Admiral Brown's
cottage at the Hotel with a complete
electric lighting system, as a free gift
from the company.
Joe Goddakd, the "Barrier Cham
pion" of Australia, during hia stay in
port, was made an honorary member
of Engine Co. No. 1. Goddard, in re
sponse, made a neat little speech, ac
cepting the honor.
Suri'OSKD smugglers' signal lights
were seen on the beach between the
bell buoy and Waikiki on Saturday
night. They were made with red and
green lights in something like the
Morse telegraph code.
Mu. Allen Hutchinson, sculptor, bus
become the proud owner of Kate More
Wells' remarkable oil paintings of
Hawaiian types a young woman and
a little girl which he believes would
lank as masterpieces anywhere.
Hon. W. D. Alexander is now en
titled to wear "F. It. G. S." as a queue
to his name, he having received ofli
cial notice, by Inst mail, of his ap
pointment as a Fellow of the Royal
Geographical Society, of Great Bri
tain. The left wing of tjie baseball land
has been reserved by the Kameha
mcha boys for a hooting perch. This
nuisance has gone a little too far, es
pecially when a hooting storm breaks
out over the hurling of a player in an
opponent team. Confine your cheer
ing to good plays.
Geo. Welsh, driver of hack 182,
made a clever catch of his horse iu an
attempted runaway at the hotel
Saturday evening. The horse had a
start of 10 to 20 yards, when Welsh
bounded after it, and springing to his
scat quickly brought the animal up
with a round turn.
Captain H. G. Morse of the Ala
meda viewed tho town from a saddlo
Saturday night. He was mounted on
a spirited horse from the Hawaiian
Hotel Stables and cairied his hercu
lean figure with superb grace. Mr.
John Buckley, manager of the stables
named, escorted the gallant comman
der. A native girl sixteen years of age
was brought into the Police Court
this morning charged with disobedi
ence to parents. Tho supposed par
ent, when asked whose child she was,
said it was her sister's, but that the
latter having died she was the mother.
Complainant failing to show adoption
papers the little girl was discharged.
Mk. Thos, Wright received by tho
S. S. Alameda a photograph of John
Lovick, one of tho bravo men who
participated in the charge of tho Six
Hundred Light Brigade iu the battle
of Balaklava. Lovick is at precent
residing in Minneapolis, Minn., U. S,
A. He is one of tho few veterans re
maining of tho world-renowned "Six
I). Stewaut McLeod, a wrestler
who defeated the most powerful on
the Pacific Coast, came hero on the
steamer Australia and loft by the
Alameda for the Colonies, He booked
as D. Stewart becau e ho did not wish
his record to come out before arrang
ing mutches with athletes in Austra
lasia. Mac. is a powerfully built,
stocky-looking young fellow, a native
of Pictou, Nova Scotia, which pro
duced McLollan, tho hammer-thrower
who defeated Boss, the famous Sau
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of 15. V. Wood, at
MuKces Hocks, Pa,, says while ho
was waiting to sec Mr. Wood, a little
girl came Iu with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said : "Marauiu wants another bot
tle of that medicluo; she says it U
the best medicine for rheumatism she
over used." 50 cunt bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
) M -
btoictwvj - f yyv;
OH iM DIAMOND.
Anrtiilrr (uni fir the KniueliMiicllh
Tho Hawaii Uaschnll team was Un
able to get out llieir regular players
on Satutday, owing to sickness, con
scqucnlly coveral new men wero sub
stituted. Tho Kamohanichag had
changed positions Romowhat, Mahukn
helng in the box, P. Davis nt first
and Wuhiiiuraalkai at third. Mehe
uln was sent out to left field. The
rest of the team was the same as be
fore. The ground was in excellent
condition and a good gatno was
played. Ilawatis In the lirst inning
scored one run, principally to bases
on balls given by Mabuka, who no
doubt was u little fresh. He warm
ed up, however, and although making
two two-baggers and several singles
the llawaiis failed to scoio another
run Davis, at lirst was at home and
the Adding of tbc collegians was a
feature of the game. Catcher Baker
is a tine player and he knows It, too.
Shortstop Cuminings and second
baseman Pahati did well. For tho
llawaiis Thompson at lirst played an
errorless nine innings. Prycc behind
the bat was a miniature MikeKdley.
Woods' twirling was good and Long
at shortstop distinguished himself
by some tall playiue. Perry at third
wns a dismal failure, and should
have been ban ed off the diamond.
He altiibuted his bad playing to a
sprain in his left hand. Itosa froze
to tvo beautiful flies iu deep center
field and won plaudits. Taking tho
team all round they played as line a
game as one would wish to see. Bet
ter luck next time. The game was
won by the Kutncliainchas, -1 to 1.
The following is the ofllcial score :
AB K. 1111 O. A. E.
ICnmakauahoa, D.,1 f,
Rosa, Q., c.f
Simmons, J.. 2b
Woods, P., p
. i Vi ... t-V.Ji"-
4 0 0 0 0 0
4 10 2 0 0
4 0 0 3 3 1
4 0 10 3 0
4 0 15 10
4 0 0 10 0
4 0 0 10 0
4 0 0 2 2 1
3 0 2 8 3 0
Prycc, c 4
Mahnulu, y.t .
Long, 8.8.. .
35 1 4 2312 2
All. II nu O. A. Ii.
Mabuka. p 4 1 2 1 11 0
Pahau, 2d 4 0 0 4 3 0
Kauki, r.f 4 0 10 0 0
Meheula.l.f 4 110 0 0
Kaanoi. c.f 4 0 10 0 1
Cuminings, a. s 4 2 10 2 1
Davis, lb 3 0 2 14 4 0
Wahluemaikal, 3b ...301000
Baker, c 3 0 0 8 3 1
Total 33 4 ft 27 23 3
Score by innings
Hawails 1 0000000 0-1
Kamehamchas 0 2 0 1 10 0 0 -4
out for interfering with
Summary Earned Runs Kaineha
nieha, 1 Two Ba-e Hits Meheula
I'ryce, Thompson. Bases on Balls
Manuka 5, Woods 2. Double Play
Davis and Mabuka. Passed Balls
Baker, 1. Struck Out-By Mabuka 10,
by Woods, 1. Left on Bases Knmeba
mehn 4, Hawaii 7. Hit by Pitched Ball
Perry. Time of Game 1 hour in
minutes. Umpires I. W. Winter and
N. Kauhaue. scorer A. Perry.
HOW THEY STAND.
The following is the standing of
the different clubs in the Hawaiian
League up to May 7th :
b ?; q c o 5
o t p 3 2
g B 3 g E 3
g. 5. 3 2 S
E If 7 o
? I i 7 i 2
a : : :
IP : : :
Honolulu.... .. .. 1 .. 1 .500
Kamehameha 1 j .. 1 1 3 1000
Hawaii .. 1 1 .333
Crescent .. .000
Games Lost.. I 1 .. 2 2 I .. I
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
under the leadership of Professor II.
Berger will give a concert at Emma
Square this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The following is the program:
March Enfllir Faust
Overture -Peter Schmoll Weber
WalU Doctrlns Strains
Reminiscences of Verdi Godfrey
Poll Pumdiaua Like no a LIU, Main
I ke Ao.
Echo Piece Sounds from Near and
Afar (by l-pqucst) Burald
Two Piccolo Solos Elua Mann llwl
thy request) Kllng
Waltz Morning Papers Stratus
Quadrille Bon Jour Zikoff
The funeral of the lato Peter Fer
nandez took place from the residence,
Palnrna, yesterday afternoon at one
o'clock. The funeral was headed by
a detachment of the Hawaiian baud,
followed by the Santo Antonio Bcni
ficente Society numbering nearly ono
huudred'inenibers, Twenty carriages
succeeded the hearse. The inter
ment was at the Catholic Cemetery.
The funeral of the late Louis Perry
took place at 3 o'clock from the
Roman Catholic Cathedral, under
the auspices of the Santo Antonio
Society. A detachment of tho Ha
waiian band headed the procession,
which was to tho Catholic Ueuiolery.
Clll AND SODA.
A Chinaman named Ah On was
flnod 8100 ami costs in the Police
Court this morning for selling liquor.
Ah On keeps a soda water stand on
tho coiner of King and Muunakea
streets. It ia claimed ho disposes of
soda and ginger ale flavored with a
stick," gin being tho favorite. A
black bottle ot gin was shown in tho
courtroom J. M. Davidson who
appeared for tho defcudant noted an
BELIEVES Iti KAHUNAS;
A native woniitn applied to the Po
lice Justice this morning praying for
the issuance of a warrant for tho ar
rest of a Mrs. Maiiaku. Slio said
that Mrs. Manaku was praying her
to death through a kahuna, and she
wns compelled to pray and go to
church regularly in order to keep
herself alive. On Sunday at Kawai
ahno Church she was attacked by a
dizzy feeling and an oily substance
came out on her skin. She suffered
another attack this morning, and said
Hint she was on the brink of death.
No food had passed into her mouth
for several days. On being asked
whether she could prove the kuhiitia
practice of Mrs. Manaku, sho an
swered in the negative, snying, how
ever, that it was her belief. Her
husband (the petitioner's) was on
very intimate terms with the woman,
and she was confident it was the
woman's intention to get her out of
the way by praying her to death.
The judge advised her not to fear the
kahuna, and issued a warrant for lisi
husband and her rival in his affec
tions, on a criminal charge.
MULCTED FOR SMUGGLING.
Jumes Godfrey, the fireman who
was arrested on Saturday for having
two tins of opium in possession, was
arraigned in the Police Court this
morning, when he pleaded guilty.
Deputy Attorney-General Creighton
requested the Judge to impose a fine
only, and accordingly Godfrey was
sentenced to pay a line of S250 and
costs. After the arrest of the man
his bunk was searched and eighteen
more tins of opium were discovered,
which the Customs ofllcials secured.
The Alameda left on Saturday night.
A good imported cairiage horse is
C. J. McCarthy has lots
street for sale.
A hay mare is in tlio pound await
ing owner, also a bay horse.
Aktku shaving use Cucumber Skin
Touic. Benson, Smith fe Co., Agents.
Native Fans and Curios in great
variety at tlio "Elite" Ice Cream
Sunburn lulieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
The Brunswick billiard pailorb are
the most elegant pleasure resort in
"Where shall I see you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, the
Brunswick." G tf
Honomu Sugar Co. stockholders aro
called to a special mepting on the
17th inst., at the odico of C. Bruwer
Fresh rolls and doughnuts and a
lino cup of coffoe you can -get every
morning at the "Elite" Ice Cream
If you liko a change, come this
evening to the Elito Ice Cream Par
lors and order "Nut Ice Cream,"
something extra nice. 6 3t
Delicious coii'ce and chocolate will
be served every morning u.uly at the
Palace Ice Cieam Pailois, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Hotel stieet. 1-tf
A special meeting of stockholders
of Hawaiian Agricultural Company
will be held at the oilice of C. Brewer
& Co. on the 21st inst.
Stockholders of tho Waiheo Sugar
Co. are notified of a special meeting
of the company at the office of C.
Brewer & Co. on the 20th inst.
Get your noots and shoes made
and repaired by tho old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Toennikk, on East
Hotel street. Fiist-class work, low
Dressmaking, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect fit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Beie
tania street, or Mutual telephone 0'JO,
before 8 a. m. or 5 :30 p in. 8-3m
L. J. Levey will sell at auction, at
10 a m. Thursday, at tho cottago ad
joining Mr. Schmidt's on Berctania
street, the whole of tho household
furniture elscwhcie specified.
A notice appears to-day "to all
who are desirous of having abolished
the old time-worn quarterly payment
system," asking them to meet at tho
Chamber of Commerce room on Wed
nesday at 10 o'clock.
Mibb Mary Lylk, lately book-keeper
with Egan & Guiiii, is prepared to do
stenographing and type-writing at
modoiate rales. Graduate of Ilcald's
Business College, San Francisco. Box
10 P, O , both telephones 205. Mw
Fink Coffee Tho W. C. T. U.
coffee rooms aro to bo found in Queen
Emma Hall, corner Nuuauu and
Berotania streets. A lunch with cof
fee or tea, 10 cts. Open from 6 to 8
a. m,, from 11 :30 to 1 ;30 noon, and
from 0:30 to 0:30 p. m,, from Tuesday
morning, May 10th. 0 3t
YVhuii you want a Portrait
Enlarged cull on King Bros.,
gut tliuir piico llt and soo
HlimideH. Tliov nnn't 1 boat.
Tha Beet Lunoh In Town,
Tea and Ooffee at U Hours
The Finest Brands of
Always on I J unl.
II. A'. NOI.TK. Proyrlctur.
Cipn. jBgb: TobaccE;
A life broke out sllbrtly after mid
night this morning in the house of
Robert Palutt, on School sticel, near
the bridge. The fire originated hi
the cook house behind the main
building, and the llatncs rapidly
spread to tho mnin building, which
was almost entirely destroyed. For
tiinalily, thcio was no wind at the
tunc, so the Humes did not spread to
the bturouiiiling buildings,.
The building, which is the pio
perty of liohcit Patau, clerk in the
"Temple of Fashion," is coveted by
insurance, and iiniily all the ftirnl
luro was sascd. The tit c must have
been burning a considerable lime be
fore it was dihcoveied; when, how
ever, the alai in was given, the lire
engines of Nos. 1 and 2 were very
quickly on the spot.
The No. 2 engine was the lirst to
reach the Hie, and it was followed
very closely by No. 1. Neither en
gine lost a moment in getting water,
and the No. 2 put a powerful stream
upon the llaincs, which very quickly
reduced them. No. 1 was rendered
ineffective by not having sulllcient
length of hose, their hose only reach
ing about halfway from the hydtant
to tho lire.
The Fire Police and Protection
Hook & Ladder boys turned out in
good force and tendered valuable as
sistance. The house was inhabited by two
native men and one native woman,
and it is not known how the Hrc
"Never Have Tliem Now,"
Said a gentleman in cotnei-ation,
speaking of those troublesome things
Corns. The reason why was quite
evident. Ho had used some of our
new corn exterminator. This is a
simple haimlcsB icmedy, easily ap
plied and very effective, removing ov
en the roots of the corn without pain.
Do you use uo.ip? Wo haven't said
anything about boap for two mouths.
Most of our customers procured a
largo supply dining our soap week
but is it not most washed away by
this timo? We think so and have Ii
new lino of soap tooHer .las. S. Kiik
& Co.'s. These soaps are a boon lor
these dull limes which some complai l
about thoyr's cheap in piice but of
very good quality. Colgate it Co. are
well represented in the soap line in
our store. We havo tho lamous
"Good Morning" boap, too. This is
Pears' and if you wjll read their ad
vertisements euiefully you'll be con
vinced of its superiority to any other.
We have all sorts of shaving snaps,
albo. Our assoi tineut of lather brushes
is daily growing less but yet havo a
fmo lot fiom which you can make
your selection. We keep shaving
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Ctji-uox- Fori fc JCInic f-ti-i-jtn.
Notice of Meeting.
TO all who aio dcsiious of having
ABOLISHED the old time wom
QUARTERLY PAYMENT SYSTI5M,
which has been in foice on these Isl
ands foi the past fnity yen is or more,
and which has always been a great
curse to the business of the country,
as well as the cause of much of the
extravagance in ihe way of living
among all clauses in our community,
is this notice addressed; but ESPE
CIALLY to all those business men
who have signed tho p-tper recently
circulated iu our midst iibkiug that a
BOARD of TRADK or some similai
organization bo formed here for tho
purpose of accomplishing the change
from the Quailerly to tho Monthly
payment System. Meeting to be held
at 10 o'clock A. 51. at tbc Chamber of
Commorco room WEDNESDAY, May
11th. PER ORDER.
r "VrO'iTOE is hereby given that
C2? x the following described
animals will be sold at public auction
on SATURDAY, May 21, 1802, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho Government Pound
1 Bay Marc, while spot on foiohead,
all legs bl.iek, biauded "l" on left hind
leg. also "1" on right side.
1 Bay Horse, white stieak on forehead,
all legs shod, branded "MV" on left
Ifiy'Ownurs of tlio above animals must
send In their claims within 12 days,
otherwise they will bo sold on the dato
above named. D. KAOAO,
Honolulu, May 0, 181)2. 110 2t
ASPHCIAL Meeting of tho stock
holders of the Ilonoinu Sugar
Company will bo hold on TUKSDAY,
ITU, May, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
oillie of U. Blower & I'o . (ld).
A. O. LOVLKIN,
Honolulu, May 0, 1802. 4111 7t
OTOOKHOLDEUS of Waiheo Sugar
k Company will take notice that a
Special Meeting of the Company will bo,
held nt the olllco of U. Brewer & Co., on
tho 20th day of May, lhf2, at 10 o'clock
A. M. J. O, CARTER,
Seo'y Waiheo Sugar Co.
Honolulu, May!), 1802. 410 lOt
STOCKHOLDERS of Hawaiian Agii
ci.lt tirnl Company will take notice
that a Special Meeting of the Company
will bo in Id at tho olllco of U. Blower &,
Co., on tho Ulst day of May, HM, at 10
o'clock A, m. J. O. CARTER,
Seo'y Haw. Agil. Co.
Honolulu, May 1). 189J. 110 lit
STOKAGE TO LLT 1
S'lORAGE for Furniture, Wagons,
etc., can be had at
NO. 11 UNION STREET,
THE BULLETIN is the leading
I dally paper of tho Kinirdoui.
cents pur uionui,
U CI K
"U Mar vvTir f"
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort stieet, oppo. Spreokcls' Bank, Hinolu''i.
104 Fort tocreec, Honolulu.
WE IIAVI5 THIS VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS ! NEW RIBBONS 1
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS !
Special Reduction ia School Hats
FOR I W2-EK ONLY -a
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
THE HIGHEST GRADE OF BOTTLED
r, eiipr Als
DELIVERED TO ANY
IO! rort Ntre-pt. : :
The " OLD
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 185!) BY O. E. WILLIAM.. FOR CONDUCTING THE
fake, Mel Mine
Business In Honolulu aro still extant, and the business, Its oiigiuator and
present propiletor heie to stay. Having puioln?ed tho ontuo inleie-it of
the lato linn of 11, II. Williams A; Co., coinpiUlug tho laigust stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; principally selected by II. II. Williams during his latotlueo
mouths' visit to the Cmi-t, I now offer this stock and futiiiu additions for
CASH at pi Ices much less than heretofore charged.
l&- 'Tho undei signed In i eniimliig his old place and biieluci-s would respect
fully tender his grateful Hunks for the liberal p.itioiiugo of old friends nt this
ami neighboring Islands, and hopes to inei it a continuance of their favors while
soliciting a share from new fi lends; and again offcis his services iu
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
JST PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -
O V p-4 IX !
ISIOl A 1OTj JK .
-McaimLqare-Bja.. -BLa !asL H!lr 1JJ
10U Fort Ntrei't, - Iti-cvtcr Illock.
EVIUiy, r")t uril.iy nml lmiclivy, wis will oH'er our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Gents !
RECiULAU PRICE, 75;
8-Butiuii Sac Gloves, 7fo , regular prico, if 1.
ALL-SILK RIBBON, CHEAP FOR GASH !
No. 2, J5u ; No. II, 76o i No. 5, 80o j No. 7, if 1 j No, D, $1.25 ;
No. 12. $1.10: No. 10. $1.75.
There's a ast difference between
the light and the wrong track, when
it coiuos to goods and prices. We've
struck the right track in both.
Faikt Sn:r L.umniis from three
feet to ten foot high are good
things and convenient to have in the
house, They have the shelf for
holding bucket, soap "and brush.
Easier and safer than the gel-down-whcn-you-wnnt-lhe-water
price is the same.
The Hi;i.i.s-i'.yi: for any kind of a
lanlein i. another good thing.
LATEST STYLES IN
& Toques !
It's very refreshing' these
warm days. Our Soda
And our Syrups made from
Pure Fruif Juices !
aM Grali Apjle Ciller !
PART OF THE CITY.
iSTSfs jsd r-n
Honolulu. U. I,
ring & Undertaking
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