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l'uu tlniaslfiiiiil for tlio pent Ituivcu nt l'ili.
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Hi. 'if m. ywu. p. m. of Honolulu Olisemitory
tltnc. It li i;lon bv tliu steimi wlilntlo of tlio
lloiiolulti I'lnnliiK Allll, a few 1I0019 nbou
tlio Custom llouou. Tlio sumo whistle Is
-ounilrri oonritly nt Honolulu moiin noon.
Observatory meiiillun, orloli. 31ui. 26soc. of
TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1892.
.Stmr V Q Hall from Mmit nud lluwnil
'iBktuc Aliiry Wlnko'inaii, NUson, (or
. Sun Francheo
Stun- Lehmi (or Nun and l'uailliiui. at r
'Stmr Wnldealcfor Ktlnuca nud Hanalci
at 4 p in
.Still f Akamai (or Wnlanno und Wnlalun
til 0 n m
'.StmrMlkahala (or Ktiiini at Ti p in
.Stmr Olntidlno (or Maui at 5 p in
"Sclir Knulkeaoull forKohala
'.Sclir Saiah and Eliza lor Koolau
Sclir Knwailani (or Koolau
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir Kaulkcaouli- 2000 baps sugar.
Sclir Kunll'uii-JUO bags sugar.
For Molokai and Lain!, per stmr Mo
kolil. May U-Henry Gibson and wife.
Mis .J Allan and 15 deck.
The baikuntlnc Mary Winkcliiinii,
Capiaiu Niscn, sailed to-day with
10,858 bag of sugar (or San Fraueleo,
valued at $-lS,872.5. ' liosliippeis were:
C Brewer & I o, and Castle ito Cooke.
SHINDIG ON SHIPBOARD.
Two atailorM Orente a DlMturbniirc
ou the City Front.
There was quite a commotion ou
the city (rout yesterday afternoon,
owing to a free fight on the Ameri
can ship J. C. Potter. Investigation
elicited the information that two
sailors, Peter Oleson and Paul Mar
tin, had made too frequent visits to
the hold of midships to a little black
square face bottle. They appeared
on the deck of the vessel at 4 o'clock
and when accosted by the mate the'
struck at him. The mate gave one
of the nicn a blow sti night out from
the shoulder, colliding with one of
the men's left eye, raising a little
shanty thereon. Captain Henry
Meyer called a police ollicer, who
was on the dock, on board to quell
the disturbance, but when the officer
appeared he was dealt a blow by one
of the obstreperous tar3. Another
ollicer appearing on the scene Oleson
and Martin were taken into custody.
In the Police Court this inoiuing they
were repiiuianded by the Police
Justice and ordered to go back to
the vessel, and to follow the motto,
"Business before pleasure."
The (second congregation of St.
Andrew's Cathedral held its regular
annual meeting yesterday evening,
Iiev. A. Mackintosh, pastor, in the
chair. After the electing of officers
and other business, Mr. T. R.
Walker read the statement of ac
counts for the year. Votes of thanks
were passed to Hon. S. M. Damon,
for a donation, to the retiring olll
cers for their gratuitous services, to
Mr. F. M. English for musical help
and to Mr. W. F. Reynolds for 10
hymu books. Seveial of those pre
sent made iemarks.
The election of oflicers resulted as
follows: Captain H. W. Mist, R.
N., and Mr. Mark P. Robinson,
Churchwardens; Messrs. E. V. Jor
dan, G. S. Harris, J. W. Podraore,
D. Berry, J. Gillillan, II. May, Ed
mund Hart and W. G. Si'nglehurst,
bidesmen ; Messrs. T. May, Hon C.
P. Iaukea, F. M. English, Miss von
Holt and Miss Wodehouse, Choir
Committee; Messrs. T. May, F. M.
Swanzy, Hon. J. N. S. Williams, A.
Cockburn and the Churchwardens,
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
under the leadership of Piofessor II.
Berger will give a concert at Thomas
(square this evening at 7:80 o'clock.
The following is the program :
March Gypsy JJaron Struuss
Overture Calif of Ungihid, ..Bolehlicii
Andante hurpilso Symphony..,. Haydn
Selection Bellenrio Donizetti
Ala Hlki Mai. Alim Hun, Ipo I.aiiuu.
Echo Piece Sounds from Near and
Afar (by jpquest) Burald
Two Piccolo SoIob Eluu Mann Hwl
I, by request).. Ming
Ylouua Forest, ... Struuss
Galop Kostuuk's Ride MUIoe'.er
Mjhh Maky Lym:, lately hook-keeper
with Egan it Gunn, is prepared to do
stenogiaphiiig and type-writing at
moderate rates. Graduate of Heald's
Business Coljcge. San Francisco, llox
Id P. O., bolh telephones 205. 1-1 w
Fink Coiu:b The W. C, T. U.
police rooms arc to ho found in Queen
Emma Hull, corner Nuiiuiiu and
JJeri'tania streets, A lunch with oof
fieortia,10 cts. Open from 0 to 8
u. in., fioin 11 :!H) to 1 :30 noon, and
fioni 6:30 to 0:30 p. in.,frtiiiTuebday
morning, May 10th, C 3t
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tiik Auitndin sails from San Fran
Diamond Head, 3 p. ni. Weather
clour; wind, light northeast.
Thk hand will give a concert at
Thomas Pqunro this evening.
The "Comments on Sports" will
appear us usual to-morrow, brimful of
1 hk Hawaiian Tramways Company
have begun laying their rails norobs
Waiklki bridge to Knpiolutii Park.
Thk Indies ot the Central Union
Church will given lunch next Thurs
day from hnlf-ptist 11 to half-past 1,
in the church loom.
The band will give a full moon
concert nt Mnkro Inland, Kapiolani
I'nrk, to-morrow, Wednesday, evening.
Everybody will want to bo there.
The box plan for tho Musin con
certs has only been opened for both
together at this time. That for single
concerts will be opened .next week.
A notice to all desirous of abolish
ing the qunrteily system calls n meet
ing to hi held in the Chamber of
Commerce room at 10 o'clock to-mor-iow.
Lewis J. Levey will hold an assign
ee's sale of the bankrupt estate of C.
W. Spitz, at his alesrooni to-niurrow
nt 12 noon. Included in the stock is
it historical gold watch.
The new yacht will veiy likely
make a trial trip this nflerno.m. She
ih lying at the Fish Market wharf,
where crowds of people have been
docking to have u look nt her.
A late Sun Francisco paper says
tho French warship Chiimplain re
ceived orders to proceed to Tahiti
ilin-ct. In that case she need hardly
be expected nt Honolulu on this
A despatch Irom Victoria, B. O.,
dated April 18, to the S. F. Chrouiclo
.-.tatcs : "It is said the yacht Uasco re
cently made a profitable trip to the
Hawaiian Islands while ostensibly on
her way to San Francisco."
A lfATTAUON of marines and blue
jackets was lauded from the U. S. F.
S. San Francisco this morning. Head
ed by the ship's band the corps pro
ceeded to tho plains, where they in
dulged in sharp military tactics.
J. F. Mokoan will hold at 12 o'ejock
to-morrow n sale of the unexpired
lease of premises lately occupied by
Ah Yet & Co. The rental of the pluce
is $45 and a portion is sublet for $105
i month, making it a good invest
ment. Mns. J. Ailau left on Uie steamer
Mokolii yesterday on her regular an
nual trip to Molokai in search of cur
ios. She will return next week und
leave again for Lanai, having re
ceived from the latter place an invita
tion to go there.
A Russian steam yacht on a cruiso
rountl the world was lately expected
in San Francisco, and was to proceed
thence to Japan and China. Hono
lulu may have a. visit from the touring
craft if not, her people will not know
how much they miss.
The Advertiser gives t;e "news"
that the S. S. China is to be taken oil'
the route after the Peru is put on.
The San Francisco Chronicle of April
29, however, says: "Geneial Agent
Center of the Pacific Mail Company
positively denied the rumor that the
China was to be taken oil' the Oriental
route after tjiis trip. He says that
when the hew steamor Peru is ready
f ir service she will be added to tho
China and Japan line, making four
steamers on this run instead of three."
Frank Frrrrlra Capturrn Another
Hunnway After a Mua in I-nor.lc-vd
Frank ''erreira, the now famous
runaway catcher, caught the twenty
fourth fugitive of his series this fore
noon. He did not do it, however,
before the horse knocked down and
injured a man. It was Mr. E. B.
Thomas's horse hitched to a dump
cart, which started ou its recklesB
run from that gentleman's olllce on
King street. Before reaching Fort
street, where the fearless and fleet
footed Frank caught it, the horse
ran down a Portuguese named Man
uel Andrade Goeus, father of a
bright-eyed waiter at the Beaver.
The man was so badly huit that he
required to he driven home. Mr.
Thomas rewarded Ferreira with two
A SUIT FOR WAGES.
C. A. P. Gardiner brought a civil
suit for $120 for wages against
the Risdou Iron Works, a foreign
corporation, for services rendered on
the dredge as second engineer. A.
W. Ketch, superintendent engineer
of the I. I. S. N. Co., gave evidence
tending to show Gardiner's incom
petency as an engineer. Superin
tendent L.t G. Young testified to
having offered Gardiner $52, which
was refused. Gardiner had been
dismissed for breaking a bolt and for
having slept while on duty. The
Judga taking everything under con
sideration awarded the plaintiff $52.
Qrrite a laughable little episode oc
curred at the boat landing to-day,
while the battalion of the Han Fran
cisco was embarking on the boats for
the ship. An ollicer of murines told
his men to step in a boat belonging
to a bpatboy in order to gel into their
own bpat. This the native objected
to and Hie ponplused ollicer sought
to identify the name of the boat, in
order to get even with him in the fu
ture by a boycott. His efforts were
ballled, however, by the acutcnes. of
the owner of the boat, who was glor
iously happy in the achievement.
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ST. ANDREW'S PRIORY.
Iniprovrmrntn Mnitc nt tlio InMltn
linn. Important rcnovntions and im
piovements have been made recently
at St. Andrew's Priory, under tho
direction of Mr. A J Cartwright,
who for some time has had charge
of the business affairs of the institu
tion. Under Mr. Caitwright's lend
ing a Bui.i.kiin reporter this forenoon
spent a pleasant while in inspecting
tlio beneficent changes.
On entering the gate one is facing
the parlor, oeeupyj ni$ asmall building.
The once dingy wails and ceiling have
been transformed with paint into a
light and cheerful appearance. Where
weeds and dead leaves had accumu
lated, ou the outside under the bay
window, there is now a delightsome
open-air fernery. In tho covered
piomenade leading from the entrance
to the dormitories, n streak of lattice
woik has replaced the solid boarding
under the eaves, making a pleasant
lookout on St. Andrew's Cathedral
grounds and affording wholesome
The niniii dormitory is in a two
story building. There are nbout 25
beds on each floor bright, bruss
mounted iron bedsteads, covered
with modern mattresses, giving an
ui of exquisite coolness and comfort.
Koch floor is ventilated with tran
soms high in the wall, at near inter
vals, which can be closed against
rain in stormy weather. The bed
coverings and mosquito nets arc
characterized by a pleasing vaiiety
of color, which forbids nil suggestion
of a hospital ward that might be
caused by dead uniformity. There
is another dormitory in a long single
story building, which contains over
'10 beds antl equally cosy and com
fortable accessories with those of the
A glance is taken into the large
schoolhousc, where the scores of
happy-looking girls are receiving in
struction from the Sisters and their
assistants. The snug chapel is also
looked into, with its nicely trimmed
reredos and its cabinet organ. Go
ing from building to building, the
visitor is struck with the cleanliness
of the groundf. Refreshingly green
turf forms a carpet to the tread
wherever you go,- and not a weed
protrudes ugliness on the scene.
Sister Beatrice, upon being compli
mented on this feature, said that the
girls preferred tending the flower
beds and pulling weeds to indoor
woik. A good deal of superfluous
foliage has been culled from the
trees, increasing the airiness and
consequent wholesomeuess of the
premises. There are some magui
ficent royal palms on the grounds.
The greatest single improvement
wrought has been the erecting and
furnishing of a new cottage as a hos
pital. It has two beds at prqscnt,
in addition to one for a nurse. The
normal capacity is four beds. At
each end of . deep veranda is a
room that at one end being a bath
room, and the other a dispensary
room. There are a large bath, a
marble lavatory, and a patent closet
in the bathroom, besides which a hot
water bath attachment is to be added.
Various utensils and appliances for
the sick room arc provided in the
dispensary, which will be found
convenient to the use of physician
and nurse. Citizens contributed lib
erally to the building and the furn
ishing of the hospital. Happily it
has no occupants, but its value to the
temporary home of so many children
is obvious. In case of any contagious
disease overtaking a child it can be
comfortably isolated. The building
is cheerful in location and appoint
ments, affording favorable conditions
for the recovery of the young pa
tient. As is generally known in Honolulu,
the Priory was founded, and has al
ways been conducted, by the Devon
port Sisters of the Anglican Church.
Since the decease of the saintly
Eldress Phoebe a year or two ago,
the Piiory has been efficiently con
ducted by Sisters Beatrice and Alber
tina. There are now in the institu
tion 7G boarders and GO day scholars,
A more happy-appearing school of
girls could not be found anywhere.
On the way out the reporter is con
ducted through the kitchen and
pantry, which are characterized by
the sweetness and cleanliness every
where else apparent on the premises,
aud tho dining room, where two lit
tle maidens are setting the noonday
meal on snow-white linen.
Tho Priory is most pleasantly situ
ated, having outlooks on Emma
Square and Punnhou Preparatory
School, as well as St. Andrew's Ca
thedral. THE WAILUKU TRIAL.
ConimrntH by Mi Collector. enrrml
, aid lrputy.
A Bulletin representative called
at the Custom House on Monday to
see if any light could be thrown on
the fuilure of justice in the trial of
the opium smugglers at Wuiluku.
Mr. Geo. E. Boardinan, Deputy
Collector of Customs, who went to
Wailuku to obtain and give evidence,
spoke as follows:
"The main point at issue is that
the Judge ruled before counsel for
the defendant had closed his argu
ment, consequently before the Deputy
Attorney-General could reply to it.
He simply said, interrupting counsel,
'Mr. Ashford, I am leady to rule.'
"The letters in question had al
leady been admitted as evidence,
and the objection sustained by the
ruliug was to the reading of one that
had been sealed. This letter said
that 'a foreign friend has bought of
me 10,000 taels of opium which is
good old stuff und you will know the
brand by this mark on the bottom of
eaoh tin 1.. K.'
"On the strength of this letter I
hid gone up to Maui and found ou
Ah Mi's plat!, an oi'npty tin with that
mark. Mr. Chillingworth had made
a seizure of four tins of opium hear
ing the same mark, and the mnn from
whom he took it was l elated to the
man who had been reported to have
found 3U0 tins of opium.
"Tho letter ruled out by Hie Judge
formed a connecting link between the
empty tin and the other tins. The
letter was necessary to connect the
tin co defendants with the discoveries
of opium. Without it there was no
use in proceeding When Hint letter
was barred from being produced our
case was lust.
"The letter, the tins of both catch
es, the proof by witnesses that the
people had lauded in an irregular
way,- and lived at a native hut for
some time; that a strange schooner
was seen by native fishermen going
out of Mukcnsi nt night, mid seen to
approach this same house time after
time, in daytime going over to Ka
hoolawc, and dropping all sails so as
to be unnoticed all these provable
facts formed a complete chain Hint
should havo made the committal of
the defendants a certainty."
Hon. A. S. Clcghorn, Collector
General, had little to add to his dep
uty's statement of the case. He de
sired to emphasize Hie absurdity of
the Judge's ruling before counsel had
completed his argument or opposing
counsel had a chance to reply. He
had-alrcndy admitted the letters as
evidence and had nothing to do with
the manner in which they had been
obtained. The Judge was only
silting as a committing magistrate,
and sucli a ruling was beyond his
jurisdiction. It was simply out
rageous that the ends of justice
should thus be defeated in u prelimi
POUNDMASTER IN STRAITS.
In the Police Court yesterday
PoundmastcrPuahi, living at Moana
lua, was mulcted to the amount of
SG.-15 In evidence it transpired
that l'uahi had impounded three
horses belo'nging to Mrs. Napoleon,
knowing to whom tho animals be
longed and failing to notify the
owners. When the fact leaked out
Mrs. Napoleon applied for the
horses, when she was taxed SI. 50, as
the pouudmaster claimed, according
to law. The horses, however, were
caught in a place adjoining the
pound. The Judge held that the
Poundmaster had failed to comply
with the law, inasmuch as he did
not notify the owner, especially as
she was a neighbor. Puahi was
ordered to pay 83.45 costs, $1.50
damages and $1.50 pound fees.
gray saddle horse in for
C. J. McCarthy has lots
street for Mile.
The box plan for both Musiu con
certs is open at Mr. Levey's office.
Akikk .having uto Cucumber Skin
'-Hiiiic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
The Union Feed Co. will hold its
quarterly meeting ou Saturday, at 11
Native Funs and Curios in great
variety at the "Elite" Ice Croam
Parlors. 4-1 in
J. P. Sylva is an agent to take
acknowledgments to labor contracts
The Brunswick billiard parlors are
the most elegant pleasure resort in
"Where shall I sen you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, tho
Bruiibwick." G tf
The Attorney-General wants bids
up to noon of the I'.HIi for supplies to
Fuesh rolls and doughnuts aud u
lino cup of coffuo you can get every
morning at the "Elite" Ice Cream
Parlors. 5-1 in
Ik you like a change, come this
evening to the Elite Ice Cream Par
lors und oider "Nut Ice Crcmri,"
bomcthing extin nico. G3t
Beach, the man-fish, who can do
anything under wator except drown
ing, will appear nt Rcmond Grove
next Saturday afternoon.
At L. J. Levey's regular cash sale
to-morrow, in addition to tlio regular
variety of iiieichaudise, 100 boxes to
bacco and 10 dnz, straw hats will be
sold for account of whom concerned.
Dressmakino, Cutting and Fitting
done nt ladich' houses. Perfect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Bcrc
tauia street, or Mutual tulophono ti'JG,
before 8 a, in, or 5:30 p, in, 8-3in
When you bee an udvertiboment
with an address to apply to, don't
bother the editor with quouions nbout
the person advertising, but put your
answer in un envelope mid address it
ns requested. .
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic hut cleanse tho whole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Regular Quarterly Meeting of
1 tho Union Feed Co.
Cii'Ul. will lie
held t their ollleo on SATURDAY, the
14th lust., at 11 o'clock a. m.
F. R. VIDA,
417 3t Secretary Union Feed Co.
SPECIAL NOTICE !
TWO GRAND CONCERTS
May 19th A 21st.
Mfif" Box Plan for the nhovoTwo Con
certs Is no w open at the Olllce of L J.
Levey, 417 SH
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ivcf'Hure Then Now,"
Said a gcnllumiin in conversation,
speaking of llioio tmulilcome things
Corns. The reason why was quite
evident, lie had need tome of oui
new coin ex tei initiator. Thi ic a
simple harmless remedy, eaily ap
plied and vetv effective, ronioing ov
en the imoIn of i lie turn without pain.
I in von ue innip? We IniUMi't aid
nnj lliiiitt iiboiit -nip mr two months.
Mt'l if "lit eH-tniuer pioeured a
inri' supply dining ur soap week
Inn i it mil iiio-i waxheil nway by
tin-. inii ? We think so nml hao a
new line ol fimp to ullei ,Ias S. Kirk
it Co 'c. 'these ton), -j me a boon tot
the-e dull time- which pome eoniplai 1
about theyrV cheap in price' but of
very g. td quality. Colgate it Co. arc
well lcpiesinted in tlio M)ip line in.
our store. We liae tho Inninim
'Uoi d Miitiiing" map, too. This is
Penis' and if you u .11 lead their ad
vertisements carefully you'll be con
vinced of its superiority to nny other.
We have nil sorts of shaving snaps,
also. Our assortment of hither brushes
is dailj growing less hut yet have u
line lot from which you can make
your selection. Wc keep shaving
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Port A; IClntc Htrcols.
SATURDAY, May 14, 1892,
Celebrated Diver ?Mau-Fisli
Will give one of his Wonderful exhi
bitions of EATING, DRINKING,
SMOKING mid WRITING under
water, giving his piifoimmicc in a
large Crystal Aquarium, containing
GOO gallons of water, in full view of
the audience. An act that actually
defies the laws of nature, and one thai
to sec is to never forget.
The Hippopotamus, the mighty
moiibter of the Indies, fails to remain
under water so great a length of time
as BEACH THE MAN-FISH. The
Seal of the Arctic and Whale, obtain
ing their food and sustenance from
the sea, cannot remain under water
so great a length of time as BEACH
Note : The audience are privileged
to examine Aquarium and Water, to
prove there is no deception.
gjtlhi! Train leaves the Honolulu
Depot on Satin day Afternoon, May
11, 1802, nt 1:45 o'clock p. in. sharp;
returning leaves Rcmond Grove at
4:15 p. in. sharp.
Tickets for Round Trip, includ
ing Admission to Pavilio',
irxo cts. -sa
CLEARANCE SALE !
OUR LARGE STOCK OF ,
Ribbons, Dicss Goods,
Coiseib, Lace Caps,
Velvets, Shirts, Collars,
Men's Hats, Tabic Covers, Etc., Ftc.
Will be So d Out Greatly Blow Cost 1
Bargains In BOOTS and
A. C SILVA
bet. Fort & Nuunnii.
Meeting of tho stock
of the Hotiouiu StiL'iir
Company will ho held on TUKSDAY,
17th May, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
otllcc of C. Blower & Co . (ld).
A. O. LOVEKIN,
Honolulu, May 0, 1802. lit! 7t
SPECIAL MEET! NO.
(JTOOKIIOLI)ERS of Waiheo Sugar
O Company will take notice Unit u
Special Meeting of the Company will ho
held at the olllce of l Brewer & Co., on
tlio 20th day of May, 18SU, at 10 o'cloek
A. M. J. O, CARTER,
Scc'y Wniiiec Sugar I'o.
Honolulu, May !', 1802. lit! lOt
STOCKHOLDERS of Hawaiian Agil
cultural Company will take notice
that a Special Meeting of the Company
will ho ln-ld at the ollleo of U. Bieucr X
Co., on the 21st day of May, 18M, at 10
o'clock A. M. J. O. CARTER,
Seo'y Haw. Agil. Co.
Honolulu, May '., 18U2. llli lit
A YOUNG Gray
AddiCBs "11 100," at
A GOOD Rollahlo
riage Horco, kind and
geutlo; poifcctly safe
lor a lady to iiilve. A
good chance to get u safe family hoise.
Apply ollleo of this paper. 410 tf
Wliun you want it I'onruit
Enlarged call on King Bros,,
gvl their pi ice litst and Bee
tuunplea. Thuy can't bo bout.
fly tbsE Bgp!JT TSAIfl f
A ffflfiL SM V.
te -rref-iwL y '
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcckels' Bank, Hunoluiu
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
WE HAVE TIIK VERY
at s, Bonnets
NEW TRIMMINGS 1
THE LATEST CHIFFON
Special Reduction in School Hats
B6r FOR 1 WEEK ONLY a
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
1 ZI!llB I - l Ij l 1
THE HIGHEST GKADE OF BOTTLED
Sofia Water, Ginger Ale
DELIVERED TO ANY
IO! Fort Street. : : .
1 'MffM.'i.nr."Jra-ir.vir ",.'i-r-iir i .rw i
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FOI1T STREETS,
IN 181)9 BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Gabioot Making Uphobstering & Uadertaking
Business in Honolulu aro nt ill extant, and the hiiMnc-iS, Us originator and
pic-ont propilctor lieu; to stay. Having pin chased tho ciituu InieieU of
the late ilrm of 11. II. Williams & Co., coinpriidug the l.ugcst stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; pilnelp illy selected hy II. II Williams during his lalotlueo
mouths' init to the Cuatl, I now offer this Mock and fiiiuie addition', for
CASH at pi lees much lesi than lu'ietofoiu charged.
IfiyTho iinili'i signed in lesiunliig his old place and huliicsi would icspoetj
fully tender his grateful tliniiks for the liher.il patronage nf old filcmU of this
mid iielghhoilng Islands, ami hopes to meiit a continuance of ihoir favotn while
soliciting a sliitio from now friends; and again offein Ms services in
Moving; Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Cnicfnl Men with Siillahlo Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent VI en !
ar PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. G
W? MM fe win
lOO Fort Mti'i't't, - Itrt'iivr I Hoc It.
JGVIiluy, ;m( urduy iiutl .lloiuluy, ve -will oilW oui
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
REGULAR PRICE, 75;
8-Huttoii S.ic Glove, 75o , icuular prico, -f 1.
ALL-SILK UIBltOX, CI1WAP FOR OASlI !
No. 2, (55o; No. !l, 7.ric, No. 5, bOo; No. 7. Hi No. Vf 1.25,
There's a ast difference between
the light and the wrong track, when
it comes to goods and prices. We've
struck the right track in both.
Faiiiv Sii:i' L.uipr.its from three
feet to ten feel high are good
things and convenient to have in the
houe. They have the shelf for
holding bucket, soap and brush.
Easier and safer than the get-do n-whon-you-wiint-the-water
price Is the same. - i
The Bdi.ls-eye for any kind of a
hint nrn i another good thing.
LATEST STYLES IN
NEW RIBBONS I
warm days. Our
And our Syrups made from
Pure Fruit Juices
ai Oral Apple Cir
l'AKT OF THE OUT,
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