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Krrlvo Honoulluii..7:'JC !l:R7 2:57 6:3fit
Leavo Honoullull..7t3n 10:48 3141 5:12J
Arrivo Honolulu. ..8!3fi 11:55 4:55 0:fiO
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Arrive Pearl City
Lcivcfonr1 City.. 0:00
Arrive Honolulu. ..0:4(1 .
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Tuua. 10 3 15 2 33 1 U 10 U 60 3 241 U 29 4 44
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Wed. 11 3 15 3 151 II 23 10 sn 5 2t 0 29 0 40
Tliiu-J. 12 4 23 4 B 9 It) II 5 5 2I 0 30 7 IU
Fit. 1.1 4 M 1 .13 1(1 0 11 33 .1 2-' (1 30 8 2S
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Sun. 15 (I :i(l J Mil 0 1 jiq 8 22i OJIMOJll
Full moon (iii ttio 11th at (Hi. 2jin. p.m.
WEDNESDAY, MAY 11, 1892.
Rtmr las Makee from Ifimiil
tituir Iwuluui from Uiui.iikim
Stiur ICilauca Hon from llatnahtia
Stmr (' It Bishop fiom Walanae and
Stint- Kaala from Nawiliw ill, Kllaucu and
Schrliob liny fiom Ewu
JSelir Kutiikcaoull for Koliala
VESSELS LEAVIND TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jag Makee for Kauai at 4 p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W G Hall 7022 bags sugar. Vu bxs
pincapple-, 20 bxsl manges 1UU pkgs
"MBRBundiies. :2 head cattle, 27 hides, 70
"Hjflb'ftgs coffee and 715 bags awa.
Stmr Jus Makee 2U02 bags sugar, 100
bags rice, 4 hoises ami 20 pkgs sun
dues. Stmr Kaala 2250 bags sugar.
Stmr Iualaui 4522 bags sugar, 88 bdls
gieen hideiand is pksrs sundilcfe.
From Muu I and Hawaii, per Btmr W
G Hall. May 10 From Volcano: K
Ferguson, JIlsgBohn. From way ports:
J Ziibhin, L Ilrito, liev S Kapu, 1
Chinese, ami 70 deck.
For Maui, per stmr 'luudhic, May 10
Hon W II Coinwull, Mrs Coinwoll, br,
and 40 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, May 10
Mr and Mrs Vcl)onald,Mrs Cropp, Mr
Tregloan, A hinelair. Mr Wkinsou, Mr
Wilcox, V Kniidseu, L Awai aud clilld
juid 80 deck
From ilaimiktia, per stmr Iwulinl,
May 11 IIou Paul Isunberg, Mrs H
Isenbeig and II F Glado.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORF.
U S S ban Fianelsco, Hear-admiral
Blown, from San Diego
Am is stmr Morning btar, Garland,
fiom South ir-ea Islands
Am ship J U Poller, Myer. Newcastle, N
Am bk Colusa, BacktiH fiom San Frjiu
cisco Am eliip J C Potter, Meyer, from New
castle, N S W
Ur feliip Bumnore, Jenkins, from Liver
pool SHIPPING NOTES.
The British ship Ueumore was still
dIohaiging coal to.day.
The Norwegian brig Dato will llnish
disehaiglug to-day, and will bo moored
in older to allow the Poseidon to dU
cliuige. The steamer Kinau will be nlong from
Maui and Hawaii on .Suiuiday.
LEVEY In Honolulu. May 10, 1802, to
the wife of L. J. Levey, a daughter.
MUSIC AT THE PARK.
The Koyol Hawaiian Military Band
under the leadership of Professor II.
Berber will give a concert at Mukee
Isluud this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The following is tlio program:
March Tim Crown Prlucp Krai
Oyciture Tlio Kliig's Ljeuteiiaiit...Tltl
Finale Luei e.la Borgia Donfi'ltl
Selection Travlata Vei dl
Tin eo Natlye Songs.
Medley The Black Brigade Never
piceoloJSolo ICIuii Manu liwl .. Kliiig
Waltz lllue Danube Strauss
Galop 11 it and .M iss lierve
TROUBLE OF FOUR MAGICIANS.
professor Anderson, his party of
four sluiht-of-liiind male and female
performers mid their baggage and
paraphernalia fulled to get away yes
terday on tl.o steamer Chjna for
Yokohama. Expressman Mulluly
arrived on tip dock with a wagon
load of boxed mysteries ulioql an
liour before the stcumpr sailed, but
tlip uingicjun failed to appear until
the buifiuu hour of ! p, m. He
wanted to put his things on boaul
tlio steamer but they wcro refused.
Jfone of the party hud any tickets
for the trip, and it looked very much
us II" they weie taking French leuve,
us they lesenteil inquiries from re
porters regarding their movements
The boxed mysteries were stored in
a warehouse near the. Pacific Mail
dock. S. F. Chronicl
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Dm you -avc your glasses?
What nlout that piece of -lxl on
I lio ki-i'l ol tin new yuulil?
Hon. Paul Isenberg, daughter, and
Mr. 11. F. Gladi', returned fiom Ha
waii on tlio Htoainor Iwalani tliis
Tub criiuiiinl calendar of the Police
Com I was cli'iin this morning. In
the civil record three desertions of
contract service wcro settled.
Thk hurl'unliiu' Discovery will leave
on Fiiday afternoon for Sun Fran
cisco, and will probably ufrivo over
before the next mail steamer.
Bi:ach, the nun-lUh, at lleniond
Grove, 1'oiirl Oily, will be one' of tlu
attractions on Satuiday. Tlie exhibi
tion promises to draw a largo crowd.
Tnu bark Colusa will leave on Fri
day afternoon tit high water for San
Fiancisco. She is a deepwater ship,
which necessitates her leaving at high
Thk hack driver who made the
cleior catch of his runaway horse at
(ho Hotel Saturday was Giorgo
Wells, not Welsh iw given in the
A uusil liio has bien burning on
tin- slope of Nuuanu mountain range
on the left-hand side for the past two
days. It no doubt has destroyed a
vast area of forest.
Thk reception which was to lnue
been given by Engine Co. No. 1 to
their foreman at the hall this evening,
has been postponed, owing to Mr.
The hand will give a concert at
Makee Island this evening. Extra
cars will bo run and, what with the
bright moonlight and a stroll on the
sands, it will bo delightful.
Whkn the yacht arrived inside the
liaibor yesterday, Clias. L. Carter was
struck by the main boom of the yacht
Hawaii, and knocked overboard He
was fished out, and taken below to
"splice the main brace."
A Japanksk whs committed to the
Insane Asylum yesterday on the evi
dence of K. Okkots, in the inspector
of immigrants' department, and Dr.
C. A. Peterson, that he was troubled
with melancholia bordering on dementia.
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RAINFALL FOR APRIL, 1892.
From reports to the weather ser
Walakea, Hilo, 50 elev 3.04
Pepcekeo, lOOelev l.U'J
Honomu, 300 elev
Ilonomu, 051) elev
Hakalau, 200 elev 2 22
Laupahoehoe, 10 ulev 0.82
L.iupaboohoe. 000 elev 2.00
Ookala, 400 elev
Piuuiliivu, 300 clcv 0.10
llonokiia. 400 elev 0.15
Kukuihacle, 700 elev 0.2G
Niulil, 200 elev 0.58
N Kohala, 350 elev
Walmea, 2730 elev 1.77
Holualoa, 1200 elev
Kealakekua, 15S0 elev 7.5G
Naalehu, 050 elev 3.2!)
Volcano House, 4000 elev 0.00
Olna. 1319 elev
Volcano Road, 205 elev 3.59
PohoiM, 10 elev 2.48
Poholkt, GOO elev
Kupoho 2 52
Kahului, 12 elev 0.29
Walkapu, 000 elev 0.40
Sprcckelsville, 40 elev
Kula,4000 elev 2 80
llaleakala Ranch, 2000 elev 1.58
Olowalu, 15 elev 137
Mapidehu, 100 elu
Punahou, 50 elev 2.40
Honolulu Town, 20 elev 1.73
Kulaoktihua, 50 ele.v 1.00
Makiki, 150 elev 2 5n
Kaptohiui Park, 10 elev 1.04
Manoa. 100 pjev 3.49
Manoa, IPd of Val. 250 elev 0.45
Nuuanu, 50 ulev 1.0"
Nuuanu, 250 t-'e 2 46
Nuuauii, 405 elev 3.39
Nuuauil, 735 ulev 0.C0
Nuuanu, 850 elev 9.84
Kancohe. 57 clcv 2.03
Ahuimami, 350 elev 8.83
Walauae, 15 elev 1 05
Ewu Plantation, GO oluv 1.50
Kllauen, 325 elev 8.02
Llhuc, 200 elev 0.07
Haualel 5 80
Too late for last month viz. for March :
Poholki, 10 elev i; no
Poholki, GOO eley 8.49
Kupoho, 50 elev 5.09
llaleakala Runch, 2000 elev 1.77
Haualel 12 23
C. J. Lvons,
In charge of Weather Sorvicc.
ELECTRIC WORKS ACCIDENT.
Shortly after 9 o'clock last night
an iccidciit happened to the machin
ery pf the Hawaiian Electric Light
and Power Co., which caused the
lights in stores and other places to
go out iuatantur. The cause was the
breaking of the piston rod, which
knocked off the cylinder head. The
concussion was heard by residents in
the vicinity. This is the second ac
cident whjch has happened to the
plant. Mr. Eugene Lee, engineer,
has been repairing the injured part
aud expects to furnish lights and
have everything in running order at
G o'clopk this evening.
ARRESTED FOR VAGRANCY.
A filthy, uncouth-looking Mongol
ian by the cupuonjous name of Sec
Man was arrested ad brought to Hie
Police Station this morning charged,
with wgranuy. The afrest ws made
on the complaint' of scycrul Chinese
that See Man had been loitering
around their premises begging. These
visits hail become too frequent aud
they decided to have him put where
ho would not be a nuisance to them.
Man always carried his apparel with
him in a bag, and when opened at the
Police Station it disclosed a full out
fit with the exception of soap.
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The week of practico which the
Hawaii club had preparatory to its
game with the students availed noth
ing. The one run to their credit
was given them by an error of Baker's
in throwing over the second base
man's head ; Baker was their strong
est supporter and to him is duo the
one run scored by the cripples.
The condition of the Hanaiis was
not such as would warrant the stu
dents feeling in any way elated over
their victory even though the odds
on the Bcore board were large. The
students played against a demoral
ised club, weakened by accideuts to
several of its numbers, their places
being occupied by men whose play
ing gave evidence of their not having
had the necessary opportunity for
Dan showed precisely the same
weakness in left field that he has be
hind the bat. Just why he should
hold the ball in his hand long enough
to enable a runner to leach his base
when by throwing it the man could
have buen put out is a mystery.
Should Dan, by any chance, get to
the volcano it is suggested that he
throw stones at himself. Palmer
Woods, without any essentially grand
stand plays, is fust winning for him
self a position among the foicmost
players of the league. His watch
fulness of the ball hit to Perry at
third and catching it as that player
let it jump out of his hands was very
neatly done and won for him boun
teous applause. Long played fairly
well as short, stopping a grounder in
the first inning, but fumbled another
in a manner that suggested hot iron.
Thompson won unstinted praise at
first, which he guarded with that
same care that was noticeable in his
playing at short in previous games.
Prompted bv a desire to show the
voters that Manuka could do some
thing besides play first base, Capt.
Fahau surprised the patrons of the
game on Saturday by putting that
long and narrow individual into the
pitcher's box, Davis at first and Me
hculu out in the field. The surprise
at the change was not a circumstance
to that shown by the spectators at
the admirable manner in which Ma
li uka controlled the ball and the
rapidity with which he sent it over
the plate. Whether Mahuka has
been in practice for this responsible
position "dppouent saith not," but
his work bore evidence of very care
ful training. Philip Davis added
laurels to his reputation as an "all
round player." No matter in what
position he is placed in the diamond
it is acceptably filled.
Next Saturday the "kids" meet
the veterans for the first time and
without doubt it will be far and
away ahead of any game played here
this season. The Crescents have had
a rattle at each of the other clubs,
and it is natural to suppose they
have been benefited by their experi
ence; having faced Meheula they
will have no fear of Lemon who is,
perhaps, more in their class than any
of the other pitchers. Besides the
experience 'they have hud with the
Kamehamehas and Hawaiis they have
had two weeks of very good practice
which will, no doubt, be of some
advantage to them. As far as learn
ed it is probable they will make one
change; Desha lias been asked to
play light field. The advisability of
this step is questioned when one
considers Desha's record last t lason ;
the manager of the Crescents should
endeavor to strengthen, the nine and
it is doubtful if Desha, who has had
no practice this season, can fill the
bill. As right field was played dur
ing the last game by a substitute,
not a member of the club, at least
he did not wear the club uniform, it
would have been better if the man
ager had selected a person for the
place after that game was closed and
thus have given the person an oppor
tunity to warm his hands rather than
pick up a comparatively green man
aud put him in a game with a nine
that will require the very best efforts
of the Crescents to defeat. The
Honolulug have practiced more for
the game on Saturday than at any
time before this season. They real
ize that the kids are taking "ml van
tage of every point learned in their
contests with the other clubs.
The game last Saturday was um
pired almost entirely by J. W. Win
ter, although an alleged umpire
occupied a position in the field. The
chauee from Wall to Winter was
caused by the former devoting the
afternoon to tat gel practice at the
riile range, and from Crabbe to the
alleged umpire because Mr. Crabbe
found it more profitable prospecting
for opium among the deck hands ot
the Aluirieda. Whether Clarence
will return to his favorite haunt next
Saturday he has not decided ; he Is
perfectly willing to be installed
league umpire but declines to be a
J "last resort." This is for the league
muuagers io iicienuiue ; iney may
induce him to be on hand at tlio next
gamp and linger around the bases at
two and-a half per linger.
Next to the absence of Messrs.
Crabbe and Wall perhaps the most
noticeable thing was the appearance
of plavcrs without uniforms, It is
pot to he supposed that the men will
play up to the standard of profes
sionals nor is it unri'u'jonublu to ex
pect them to wear the uniform of the
club they urc to play in when in the
field, The attention of the managers
is respectfully called to this defect.
The interest in tlio boat race to
lake place on May 24 increases as
the time draws near. Though the
busy B's business, baseball and
bicycles" prevent the hoys from
taking ft regular course of I mining
l.n ... .?.. l.n a,.n. nl.,,l p.
bllU VlMJ Hit J JW i" VII IV Mf tJMI- .
down every itay taking a spin around j
tin' bell buoy
The Myrtle cicw maintains its
uiiiai good fqnn and cleat ly exempli'
lies tlio result of long and eareiu)
practice. It is to be regretted, how
ever, that the boys indulge iu that
little "jerk" just bi'toio "the recov
ery. It would be better If this could
be avoided. The lads make a line
showing physically and If confldenca
counts for anything they will most
certainly give the Healanis a haul
It is a pleasure to note the im
provement in the Heainni crew, for
though it has three freshmen, its
form has materially improved and
the boys seem determined to make
the bust of the short period left for
practico. On tlio whole a good race
may be looked for, though the best
part of a boat raco can -scarcely be
expected, as an exciting finish can
only be seen on a "straight-away"
course or on one which provides a
distinct turning post for each crew.
The fact that both of the boats have
to turn around the same buoy in any
of our harbor courses frequently re
sults in a disadvantage to 'one or the
other of the crews. Should both
boats arrive at the buoy together the
inside boat would have the course,
whilst the outside boat would have to
wait its turn or take a long circuit in
order to avoid a collision aud conse
quently a foul.
With such advantages as the Pearl
Harbor course offers with its separ
ate course for each boat, perfectly
smooth water, etc., it seems strange
that the boys do not row the race
tlieie. While the accommodations
for tlio boats and ciews may not be
so good as at home, there is no doubt
that Mr. Ashley as Superintendent of
the O. K. & L. Co. would see that
they are made comfortable. Perhaps
if the clubs neie to have all their
races at Pearl Harbor, which is by
long odds the best course, permanent
quarters would be built.
The Rifle Association committee
has had the range entirely freed of
the weeds which have been permitted
to grow undisturbed for the past
three months, and the regular prac
tice will begin next Saturday. Per
sons who arc interested in the gun,
and who are not members of the As
sociation, should enroll themselves
aud begin practice. There is ample
time to prepare for the 4th of July
shoot, and, if new blood is infused
into the Association, target shooting
may again bob up as one of the lead
ing sports in the Kingdom.
While the trial trip of the new
yacht yesterday was satisfactory to
her owners, ttie trip was in no way a
test of her sailing qualities. She
has, perhaps, some advantages over
the older yachts in the matter of any
improvements that have been intro
duced in yacht building since the
construction of the Hawaii and Ilel
ene. Whether her lead keel added
to her fastness is a question, but it
is understood that the owners of the
Helene will have a lead keel cast im
mediately and placed on their yacht.
The owners of the Helene contend
that she outsailed the new yacht in
running on the wind and the wind
quartering. In the stait the three
boats were almost side by side and in
passing the spar buoy there was not
a boat-length between them. When
the new yacht turned at Waikiki the
Helene was leading a hundred yards
after having made one lack in the
meantime, so that on the re, urn the
Helene was tiial much behind. The
race was practically won in the cjian.
nel, as the Helene is too long ip slays
for short tacks.
Work on the tiack and the recent
heavy rains have kept the horses
from exercise on t lie course for the
past two weeks. This has quieted
race matters temporal ily, but reaction
mil take place directly the track is
iu shape for the horses.
Prom Col. Spalding's stables there
arrived per steamer Jas. Makee yes
terday, Amaniios, Rosita, Bullota
and Wi.helmina. With the uddition
of these racers the laces on the 11th
of June are made doubly interesting.
Silver Prince, by Dawn, 2:18j,
owned by Schuuiun will he a starter
in one of the events.
Tliirtv-two Japanese immigrants
arrived yesterday on the sugar
vessel lrmgard from Honolulu.
Speaking of this Collector Phelps re
gretted greatly that the local authori
ties are powerless to stop the whole
sale Importation of Japanese labor
which is being carried on at present.
There are now about 250 Japanese
passengers from the Gaelic and Chi
na in quarantine at Angel Island.
They wi(l be lauded, in all probabil
ity, on this side of the bay within a
few days, and, although the authori
ties are quite certain that these men
are coming as contract laboreis, ua
proof can be found thut such is the
A few months ago a young and
very shrewd Japanese, who hud ie
sided at Biggs in Colusa County,
came to this city mid made minute
eniiulries into tlio immigration laws
ami huw they operate. As soon as
hu hud obtained all possible infoi mil
lion on the subject he left for Japan,
aud il is now suspected that it is he
who Instructs his countrymen how
they can avoid coming iu confiicl
with the United States laws upou
lauding hero, aud then ships them In
numbers to San Francisco.
The enterprising agent is supposed
to ho iu the employ of fruit-raisers
in Northern California, who through
him obtain cheap labor for the can
ning seabou, San Francisco Call,
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II. F. Wiciimn bus stou watches
for thqigii'ut Elfvoulh.
i kr siinviim use ciii'timl
JSiiiMiMiii, .Smith Co.,
is for 'sale
riot of French kid gloves
ttt Viiliihoui''& No. 10
-i Mil UN ii'iit-vi'il ttt onco by Cu
ciiihIh'I 'I nine. iIi-iimui, Siiiith'it Co.,
Au-iii. 1- f
Nativu Fun: and Curios in greit
v.rii'iy ut Hie "Elite" Ico Ci am
Thk Hruiisuioi; lulliaid pnilora uic
tin in isl elegant plcasuie lo.-utt iu
Honolulu. I). if
Tub Temple of Fashion is offering
It on tire stock at led need prices for
"Wiikhk shall 1 see you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, the
Brunswick." 0 tf
J. N. Baiicock has been appointed
an agent to grant marriage licenses
for Kalaupapa and Kalawao.
FitKSH rolls and doughnuts and a
fine cup of coffee you can get ovofy
morning 'at the "Elite" Ice C renin
L. von TuMPeKY has been appoint
ed Commissioner of Fences for Muka
wao, his colleagues being A. Hocking
and E. Helekunibi.
)Ki.iriotm codec and chocolate will
bo served every morning caily at the
Pal.icu Ico Cieani Pallors, Ijitdwig-on,
St, Cum. Itnlul si i eel. 1-lf
Ik you like a change, come this
eiuning to the Elite leu Cream Par
lors and order "Nut Ico Cream,"
something cxtta nice. (illt
Gi;t youi oouIh and shoes made
and repaired by thu old Wniluku
shoemaker, L. Toknniu.s, on Eat
Hotel stieet. Fiisl-clitsb wink, low
Diu:ss.makino, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Beru
taniu btreel,'or Mutual telephone. 0,
before 8 a. m. or 5:30 p in. 8-3m
Fink Cofhkb The W. C. T. U.
coffee rooms aro to bo found in Queen
Emma Hall, corner Nuuanu and
Bcretama stieets. A lunch with cof
fee or tea, 10 cts. Open from (! to 8
u. m fiom 11:30 tn 1:30 noon, and
from (i:30 to 9:30 p. in., from Tuesday
morning, May 10th. G 3t
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.
"Never Have Them Now,"
Said a gentleman in conversation,
speaking of thoso troublesome things
Corns. Tin icuson why w,is quite
evident Ho had used some of our
new corn exterminator. This is a
simple harmless remedy, easily ap
plied and very effective, removing ev
en the roots of the corn without pain.
Do you use soap? We haven't said
anything about soap for two months.
Most of our customers procured a
large supply during our soap week
but is it not most washed away by
this tinto? Wo think so and have a
new line of soap looflur Jas. S. Iviik
& Co.'s. Those soaps aie a boon lot
these dull times Which some complai l
about theyr'b cheap iu price but of
very good quality. Colgate it Co. are
well represented iu the soup line in
our store. Wo have the lammi.
'Go, d Morning" soap, loo. '1 Ins is
Pears' and if you Will icad their ad
vertiseinenis? carefully you'll be con
vinced of its superiority to any other.
We have all sorts of shaving soaps,
also. Our assortment of lather bitishos
is daily glowing less but yet have a
fine lot from which yon can make
your selection. We keep shaving
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Cornur I'orl A: icintr wtrisulH.
JUNE 11, 1892
H. F. WICHMAN S
rpiIE lingular Quarterly Meetlua of
1 the Union Feed Co., (L'd), will be
held at their olllce on SA'J UJiDAY, the
14th Inst., tit 11 o'clock A. m,
F Jt. VIDA,
417 lit Seoiutuiy Union Feed Co.
HOTEI, FOU SALE!
''PIIAT Flue Now, Two
L Stoiv Bttlhllui; uimosltu
feaSSaiJf the Railway Station, Walluku,
at pieseut occupied by Geo, W. Macfar
lauu ifcM'o. This Is the best business
Hand In Walluku, and suitable, for either
a Itoiel or store. It couimiiuds a line
view of the harbor. For terms apply toi
Mltd, K. BATUIlKl.OIi,
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HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreikels' Bank, Honolulu.
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
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THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS 1
Special Reduction in School Hats
fisr FOR I WEEK ONLY -x&a
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
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CON.-5'I ITU ITNG THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN lSfii) BY C. E. WILLIAM: FOR CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cabinet Making, L!iliolslei'iiig ii ttrlakiiig
Business iu Honolulu are still extant, aud thu busbies, lis originator and
present propiletor huto to stay. Having puiuhascd thu entire Interest of
the late firm of II. II. Williams & Co., compili-lug thu latgust stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; principally selected by 11. II. Williams diuliii.' hK late three
mouth' Wt to the Coa-I, I now offer this stock and Indue additions for
CA.Sll at pneen much less than heiutotoiu charged.
Itr Thu limleislgued in tcniimiug Ills old place ami biiniues would respect
fully tender his giatcfiil thanks for tlio llbetal patronage of old friends ot this
mid neighboring Inlands, and hopes to ineiii a continuance of their favois while
soliciting a shine fiom new friends; unit again offets his services lu
Moving; Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Kxpciluitced and Caieful Moil with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
tar PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -S
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sgant & GinnNr
100 Fort Nftvi't, BrcwtH' Itlotlt.'
XTVhlny, -vituriliy unci .Moiuluy. vs vlll ollise our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
it KG U LA It Pit 10 E, 7f;
SButiiui Sac Glou's, 7.")o , tegular price, if 1.
ALL-SILK lilMJON, CHEAP FOR GASH !
N;o. 2, bTio ; No. 3, 75o ; No. 5, 80o , No. 7, if 1 ; No, . $1,25 :
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to aft f
Theie's a v.nt diffeieuce between
IhD right and the wrong track, when
it comes to goods and prices. We've
struck the right track iu both.
FaiUV Sti-.I L.ni)ui(a -from llnee
feet to ten feet high are good
things and convenient to have in the
hoitsc. They have the shell foi
holding bucket, soup ami brush.
Easier and safer than the get do n-when-you
waut-tlio-waler kind. 'I he
1 price is the same.
" The Bui.ls-kvb for any kind of a
lantern i another good thing.
LATEST STYLES IN
ik Toques !
NEW RIBBONS I
It's vory refreshing- these
warm days. Our Soda
And our Syrups made from
Pure Fruit Juines !
JSonohilii. !!. !,
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