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SATURDAY, MAY 14, 1892.
May 1 -Nio
'tinr Montsciiut fiom can Fran
cisco via Nuuuliiin
Sliip Columbia from San Francisco
Am bktne Forest Queen, Xehon, fiom
Am bUne ' Castle, Hubbaid. from ban
Am bk Elsiuoie, Pel kins, from New
castle, X S W
CBrbk Velocity, Maitiu, from Hongkong
Sinn- Wuiniunalo fiom llolokai and
Stun- Kaala fiom Luhnimi
Stun- Kiuau from Maui and Hawaii
Stinr Mokolii from Molokai
Stmr Waialcale from ICiiuai
Stmr .las Maker from Kau.il
Jsuhr Ku Moi fiom Pnatiilo
YESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Si i n r Mokolii for Molokai and Maui at fi
Stmr C! It I'Ulicp for Wujunue, aialua
and Kabukii at '. a in
Strut- Waiaieale for LiUiuina and Ilama-
Kiih ut 10 a in
blmr Waimaiialu for Molokai and Mum
nt 5 p in
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Kooluu and Wai-
ritmr Jus iMukec for Kauai at 4 p m
GARGQS FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr KhiHii 511 bags Mijiar, 102 sheej),
1SS bags putiitou-, 47 bags coin, 08
pkg bides, 4 bale goat skins. 82 cs
pineapples, 1 boise, 110 pkgs 'sini
diics. Stmr Muko ii 10 bullocks, 10 calves and
Stmr Jab Mukce 14CC bags biigur and 20
Stmr Wuiiilviilc S438 baes sugar.
Fiom Hawaii and Maui, per stmr Ki
nau, Miiich 14 J S Mitchell, Mrs F
Ker, Ml- MinniH Lugo, Hon A F .fudd,
wife, a children and set vsuit, G K Wilder,
lion Paul Neumann, Col V V Ashfoid,
Malcolm Hi own, Lh.uiir Klu, John Ken,
S K Kane, J IC llookauo. Mrs Waianu
heu, Miss 11 Kanaliele, Mrs J Xauuhi, I
C Austin, A It Loelieusteiu, Miss I Iten
wick. dipt J 11 Itobeithon, Mrs It Irish
man, C K atlilmaii. Miss Katy Wight, W
11 Wright, Muni lhu and wile, U l'
Wilder and wife, (J I, Wight, wife, 3
childieu and a seivants, II li Tieadwav,
3Iiss J Paulsull, Miss liianehe Coruwell,
Miss O Sampson, 11 A llecn and ISO
Fiom Molokai, per stmr Mokolii' May
14 LI MeCorrision and son, Dr Swift, C
V K Dove, 2 others and lfi dock.
From Kauai, per stmr Jas Mnkee, May
14 J O t.'uiter, UN Gwin, Mis Gwiu,
Miss Gwin and 7 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Waialcale, May
' 14 G It Ewait and 2 deck.
The bark lilslnoio from Newcastle, N
8 W, is lying in the sticam.
The Amcitcnn ship Columbia, Nelbon
muster, from San Fiaucisco. docked ut
W S S Co's whaif to-day. The Colum
bia will load with sugar.
Tlio barkentiiie n N tubtle, Hubbard
master, from San Francisco with u caigo
of genet al meichandUe Is beitbed ut the
G K it L Co's dock.
Arrived Mutch 7, steamer Kiuau fi om
Honolulu; Mutch 10, Ameilcan B-utastcd
schoouer Gleudalu, C Johueou, 1) days
from Honolulu in ballast, steamer Hit
wall fiom Honolulu; Murcli 13, steamer
Kiuau from Hllo.
Sailed May ii, A met lean schooner
Emma Llnuilu-a, M Minis, for Sun Fiiin
clbco with 0M-")7 bags sugar, 7'fi20l lbs,
value 620,175.52. Shippers, Huwl Mill,
7fi!) bugs; T II Duvifd it Co, 3035 bags;
Huluwa Plantation, 1010 bags, and Akiini
& Aslu, 023 bugs. Maieli 7, hteamur Ki
uau for Hllo; March 10, steamer Hawaii
for Haiuakuu ports mid Hilo; March 12,
Aineiican3-nuist(d tchoouer Glendulo,
U.folmsoii, for San Francisco with 8807
b'igs sugar, UUU.742 lbs value 627,521 08.
Shippcib, .1 T Waleihouso, 2874 bags; T
H Davles & Co, 58(10 bags, and Aklna it
Aseu, lfi7 bags. Mm cb 13. steamer Kl
nau for Honolulu
The Itoyal Hawaiian Military Hand
will give a public concert this after
noon ut Kinmu Square, commencing
ul 1 :!10 o'clock. Tlio pre gnun is au
Ovcituie The illlnd Men of Toledo..
Walt O Heiiullful May Stiauss
Mazurka In Hciiiteoiio Hlooin..Sttaubs
Selection 11 Trovatote ..Vetdl
Walt-Whote the Citrons llloom.....
t fft im'mmm nil HUBS
CjuudiUlu Tlio Fledermaus Stiauss
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tub lmml will pl.iy at Emma
Square tliu ufturnunii.
Tin: full of ruin at Kanoolie' on
Tliuibday wuhJ 1)00 inelie.s.
TiikY. M. 0. Club will meet to
morrow ul the club rooms ut 1 o'clock .
Tin: descents niul Uunolulus on
the (liiitnoud ul tlio League grounds
to-day ul 3 :H0 o'clock.
Diamond Ilium, 12 in. Weather
cloudy; wind, light northeast. Steam
er Wuiniiiualo oil" (ho Henri.
Tin: dredgo was taken out this
morning for another try ut the bar.
Iletter luck this time, Superintendent
The natives were very anxious to
see the King of IJutuiituri to-day. His
iMujesty weighs about three hundred
Mit. G. 11 Ewurt, manager of the
Kiluuea Plantation, Kauai, was a pas
senger by the steamer Wuialealo this
The S. S. Montsurru't, from Nunai
mo, U. C, has about thirty passengers,
including King Teubeumoro, in tran
sit for Uuluritiiii, Gilbert Islands.
Auout twenty natives sat down to a
little feast at Kaueohu yosteiilay aftei
uoon. The chief dish was u fat dog,
and the feast was voted to bo A I.
A I'oiiTUUUESK woman iilleged to be
insane was brought from Hawaii on
tlio steamer Kiuau this morning and
consigned to u cell at the Police Station
to await an examination.
A native wab ktlled on Kauai l.itely
while guthciing uwu root. Ho was
reaching out for some of tlio article
on the face of a pali, when ho fell and
broke his neck.
Chief Justice A. F. Jurid, wife and
daughter arrived homo on the steam
er Kiuau this morning from Hilo, Ha
waii, where His Honor has been hold
ing a term of the Ciicuit Court.
Jin. C. T. Kodgeis and wife are go
ing to the Coast by the next trip of
the Australia. They will sell out their
ltoui-chold eirects bol'oro going, al
though not intending to stay away.
A Hawaiian female bust in relief,
by Air. Allen Hutchinson, sculptor,
has been placed in Mr. Levey's hands
for sale, owing to its owner's contem
plated departure. It is one of the
finest in thu series.
Teuheu.moka, King of Buturitari,
was receivid by Her Majesty tlio
Queen at the Palace this noou. The
King btuyed un hour. The Boy.il
Hawaiian band, stationed on the
veranda, enlivened the occasion with
Sentence was suspended in the case
of Joe Ferreir.i, charged witlt assault,
in the Police Court yesterday, until
Jane llith, to await the hearing of a
charge of manslaughter against the
same Ferreira. Joe killed Henry
Willi.uiib in an altercation some time
San Francisco papers lately report
ed the death and cremation at Los
Angeles of a leading Theosophist who
called himself Byron Adonis. Mr.
Bobert Giiove recalls the fact that the
same person spent some time in Ho
nolulu in the latter part of the 'CO's.
He bore the same name here and wns
a contributor of some ability to the
Mil. James A. Thompson has been
appointed cleik of tljo Police Court
of Honolulu. He ljas sorved as clerk
in the Deputy Marshal's office for
some years, besides having held a po
lice officer's commission, so that he is
familial with the routine. Thompson
is the famous shortstop of the Hawaii
babcbull club, who hardly over fails to
slop the ball.
C. J. McCarthy has lots
stieet for bale.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Ueiibon, Smith it Co., Agents.
The lease of tho Government land
of Kuipapua, Uuhu, vviU be sold Juno
L. von Tenipsky has been appoint
ed homestead laud agent for Muka
wao. SuNiiuitN lulicved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Natiye Funs and Curios in great
v.irioty at tlio "Elite" Ico Cream
The Brunswick billiard purlors are
the most elegant pleasure resort in
O. Bobbe, ussigneu of the cstato of
W. Atim of Wuiluku, has a notice in
"Wiieice shull I see ynu this even
ing?" "Oil, same old place, the
Memueuh of tho K. of P. arc called
to attend tho lunerul of their late
brother, Chun. Ebinger.
FitKSH rolls and doughnuts and a
lino cup of colleo you can gel every
morning ut the "Elite" Ico Cream
Demcioub coiieo and chocolato will
bo served eveiy inuining eatly ut the
Palace Ice Cream Parlorb, Luriwighcn,
& Ciojt, Hotel street. 1-tf
Get your nools and shoes made
and rejiaired by tho old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Toennieh, on - Eimt
Hotel fati out. Fiibt-clasb woik, low
Ovidi: Miibiu, the famous violinist,
will he supported by Mrimo. Annie
Louise Tinnier, the Anieiicun night
ingale, and Mous. Eduaid Schaif,
superior solo pianist,
Uueshmakinq, Uuttiiig uiid Fitting
done ut ladies' houses. Perfect' fit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Bere
tauia street, or Mutual telephone G'JO,
beforo 8 a. in , or 5 :30 p, in, 8-3in
THE OLDESTDAILY in tho
X Klngdom-Tho Dully Bulletin.
THE HILO COURT.
full Itncortl nl tlio TVrin'N IIiihIuchm
--NoIch From Hllo Town.
The May term of the Circuit Court
of the 3rd Judicial Circuit opened ul
Hilo on the 3rd of May. Chief Jus
tice Jurid piesiricri, lions. K. S. Ly
man ami S. L. Austin, Circuit Jurig
us, on the hunch. Deputy Mutshal
G. K. Wilder uelud as Deputy Altor
nuy Gunoial. The following attorneys
wore present: P. Neumann, V. V.
Ashforri, D. H. Hitchcock, S. K. Ka
ne, J K. Kahookuno, unri V. L. llo
lokahiki. During the eight days in
which Hie Court sat, Hie following
business was done:
James Purely lor malicious injury
to a liorso plcari guilty and was finuri
$25 and costs.
Thomas Uurko, for malicious in
jury for shooting a mule, pluari guilty
ami was fined $75 mid costs.
S. W. Kalua was found guilty by a
Hawaiian jury of the crime of forg
ing a deed purporting to be from
Kaliolokalii to Kaikaina. He was
sentenced to two years' imprisonment
at harri labor to begin at the expira
tion of a six years' sentence imposeri
at the last term of this Court for a
J. W. Kaluaiine, who was tried
witli him, was acquitted.
Kamai Kumakau for sexual inter
course with a female under II years
of age was acquitted by the jury.
Kapulc and Kami, his wife, were
convicted of the larceny of SG00 from
the house of Mokuliia at Honokaa.
This was the most interesting case of
the term. Eauh defendant was sen
tenced to four years imprisonment
at bard labor.
Moluhi for burglary was nolle
pros'ri, as the complaining witness
had become insane.
Kawai for an assault was nolle
pros'ri, as the witness agajnst him
had gone to China.
Kcalohpauole and Kuwainiaka paid
their finu for fishing with giant pow
der, as did also Kaiwaola for assault
Okumura and Yanagahara (Japs),
for forgery of Japanese divorce pa
pers, wcic nol. pros d as the docu
ments were left in Hoiululu anil the
defendants had been in prison some
II. S. Rickard for assault on an
officer was acquitted by the foreign
Matsumoto and Okano for perjury,
having been in prison for fourteen
months awaiting trial, plead guilty
and were sentenceri to four day's im
prisonment at harri labor.
All Sing anri Pong Kee for assault
anri battery were acquitted by the
Sato, Uyemma and Suycga were
convicted of an assault and battery
anri iineri $75 anri S50 respectively.
Kokubun anri Shekake for the same
offence plead guilty and were lined
$75 anri $50 respcctieely.
M G. Sta Anna was by direction
of the Court founri guilty of a viola
tion of Sec. 2 of Chap. G7 of the Acts
of 1888, respecting the ordering of
spirituous liquors to be supplied
from Honolulu, and fined $100.
Alice, Ah Lang and Ah Jack paid
their Tines for selling liquor without
license. Chin Chin for same offence
was found guilty by the jury and
lined $250 anri costs. Other charges
against these men were dropped.
John Welber for an assault with a
dangerous weapon on the land of
"Humuula," was acquitted by the
F. Steiningor plead guilty to mali
cious mjschief and the indictment
against him for forgery was nol.
Sakurai, (Jap), was found guilty
of larceny of a watch and sentenced
to G months' imprisonment at hard
labor and to pay $17 line anri costs.
The charge against Len Tui,
changed from gross cheat to embez
zlement, was postponed to the next
Kauhilaie vs. Mrs. W. E. Scott,
for trespass, anri L. Alilo vs. Tai
Long, assumpsit, were discontinued
Probate appeals in the estate of
Kekuewa anri Kamanohaka were
Eleven divorce cases were on tho
calendar and three were granted.
Tho case of Hana Makaena vs. E.
G. Hitchcock, Sheriff, for trespass
by his deputy, was tried. Plaintiff
took a non-suit at the close of her
J. M. Monsarrat vs. Kawahine,
ejectment, was tried by the Court
without a jury. Judgment reserved.
Z. Ptiakiki, an attorney of the low
er Courts, was cited to show cause
why he sboulri not be riisbaneri for
gross misconduct in the procuring the
execution of a deed to bo proved,
though he knew it was a forgery. On
motion, the matter was removed to
the Supreme Court, to he heard on
the Glh of Juno.
Hilo was dry and continued so all
the Court lime, contrary to nil history
and tradition, except that two showers
The Volcano road is completed for
18 miles. The upper forest through
which it is now being pushed, is mag
nificent. The water works of Hilo are a great
convenience to thu people and as thu
pressure of water in the mains is
great it could be utilized in case of
lire, if time were only hydrants.
They should be put in. ,
One great need of Hilo is an hos
pital. While the Court was in ses
sion several accidents occurred, in
all of which cases the patients hud lo
he treated in a doctor's office or In a
cottage hired for the purpose. A
new landing between Ilonoiiiu and
Kaupakuea is now being used. From
the churactor of its Ubc it is called
Tho steel bridge now being erected
over the llonolii liver promises lo lie
u great public convenience, and us it
is to bo flvd foot above the highest
known freshCti It Is likely to stand.
No one who lias visited Hllo often
can fail to sec tho great improvement
made by tho Waiolaina canal, there
by closing tlio entrance of iliucrntlk1
river through the beach and empty
ing its waters Into the Waiakea river.
Tho driveway from tho post nllleo to
the Waiakea bridge is now good anri
a groat convenience lo those who go
to Cocoauut Islam! and "Halekui
noho." The Puritan (4 -masted schooner)
is now loading sugar fiom Wainaku
and Waiakea plantations.
A goodly number of honipstcariers,
native ami foreign, are taking up
lands in Olaa and Puna. If they
could got fee simple titles the num
ber would bo increased and a great
impulse given lo the coffee planting
A LEATHER MEDAL.
Captain Lee of ttie bark Sonoma
was waited upon in his cabin yester
day evening by a few friends who
presented him with a handsome
leather medal in commemoration of
his late unsuccessful ocean race witli
Captain Backus of the bark Colusa.
Thu jolly commander of the Sonoma
received the trophy gracefully, con
veying his thanks lo his thoughtful
friends in a neat speech. The medal
is a beautiful article about four
inches in diameter, the obverse being
encircleri'with brass sluris anri bear
ing the inscription, "Presented to
Jack Lee by his Honolulu friends."
On Hie reverse is an artistic view of
a vessel plowing tlio raging main,
hand-painted on an enameled sur
face, insciibed below the picture be
ing the woiris: "Thu Sonoma on her
famous voyage to San Francisco.
Jack Lee, master. 28 days." Capt.
Leu unfortunately mislaid and lost
the tin star received from lijs San
Francisco friends in lionpr of the
same famous yoyage, but the Hono
lulu momenta will by its superior
beauty, not to mention its intrinsic
value, largely compensate him for
the deprivation. It is a coincidence
lljat while Air. Hammer struck the
Honolulu modal, the San Francisco
one was done by Mr. Hummer's son-iu-iaw,
Mr. John Dias. After the
presentation Captain Leo opened ail
the lockers and gave his friends the
freedom of the ship.
FRISKY MAIDENS CENSURED.
Minnie Yokiehi and thiee other
girls were tried in the Police Court
this morning on a charge of disturb
ing the quiet of the night on May
lOtli. They were arrested on the
complaint of Hon. J. T. Waterhouse,
Jr., whose promises adjoined that of
Hie defendants. 3lr. Waterhouse
said that the nuisance had been pre
vailing for some time past anri should
be Hit a stop to. His Honor gave
llic defendants a severe reprimand
ine and warned them that if they
should come before him again they
would be punished.
AN OLD RESIDENT DEAD.
Chailes Ebinger, a native of Port
land, Oregon, and for ten years a
resident of the Islands, died this
morning at thu Queen's Hospital.
The deceased was for several years
in the employ of the Makec Sugar
Co. as engineer, and lately resigned
a similar position at Waihcc, Maui,
on account of failing health. Ho
leaves a widow aud four small chil
dren. The funeral will take place to-morrow
afternoon fiom the Castle Hall
of Mystio Lotlge, No. 2, K. of P.
SUSPECTED' OF MURDER.
Two Japanese, Otsuka anri Ma
suria, wuru brought from Olowalu,
Maui, on the steamer Kiiuui to-day
for incarceration in the Oahu Jail, lo
await trial for murder. The men arc
suspected of having murdered a fel
low-countryman. Hie body of the
murdered man was unearthed by
riogs on Sunday last on the beach
near Olowalu plantation.
E. O. Leech, Director of the Mint
at Washington, states that the pro
duct of silver from American mines
iastyiar was 58,330,000 ounces, of
the commercial value of $57,030,010,
or a coinage value in silver dollars of
For Mouldings, FraniuH,
Pastels, ArtotypoH, Plioto
gruvures, Etchings and
everything in the lino of
pictures, go to King' Bros.,
!Iom1 si root-.
ALL members of Mystic Lodge No. 2,
If tt 1 iir lnir.lif untltl.iil ti In.
in attendance at thu U.tstlu Hall, Kfng
streur.TO-MOHHOW (Sunday) AFTKH
NOON, at 2::iu o'clock fhuip, for thu
pippodu of attending thu fuiieial of our
lain llrother Cluis. Kbiugcr.
Membuis of Oahu Lorigu No. 1 me In
vited pi ho pictcut.
Pur order of thu C. U.
421 It K, uf B iiH.
HA.WA11&M OPBBA HODSflL
L.J. Lovoy Lonieo & Manugur.
Thu Famous Violin Vhtuooo, sup
Mdme ANNIE LOUSE TANNER,
The American Nlghting.ilu, and
MONS. EDUARD SCHARF,
Supcilor Solo Pianist,
Will glvo Two Grand Concerts on
Thursday & Saturday Evenings,
May 101 h and 2Ut.
t& Box Plan upon on Mondiy, May
lUilt, ut thu Ulllee of L. J. Levey.
LATEST NEWS ITEMIZED.
There are 213 sots of triplets in
Tilde are IG3 Postinislies'X'S in
Trichinosis caused I he death of a
Uoxbury, Mass., man.
On May 1st New Oilcans was pill
under the usual qu iruuliiie law.
The U'Mclieis at Fori Dodge, Iowa,
atu no a strike Im higher sulaties.
Massachusetts and Pennsylvania
both si!uri Haiitsou delegations to
The injuiu'lion against the pub
lMicis ol "Jell Davis' Memoirs" ha
Wool tales have been reduced from
81 cents to 57 cents, Mississippi
river to Boston.
Farmers of Iowu are alarmed over
the unfavorable season, which is de
laying all planting.
It is thought thai a fair crop can
yet be. marie throuchout the iloorietl
districts of Mississippi.
A groat deal of valuable land is
being washed down the river above
It is estimated thai about 30,000
horsus were ousted frcm street-car
service last year by electricity.
A Turk was lately refused admis
sion lo n Turkish batli in Philadel
phia. There is a glut in the potato mar
ket in several Pennsylvania counties.
Tho farmers cannot sell them al 20
cents a bushel.
A number of cases of scarlet fever
are ltpoitcri in Atchison, Kan. The
city is in poor condition to withstand
At Jackson, Miss., recently, a Jew
anil a Catholic lady were married by
a Justice of the Peace in the woods
a mile fiom towu.
San Antonio citizens have organ
ized a force to assist the police in pa
trolling lite city and stamping out the
rampant Gre bugs.
The Standard Oil Company is said
to be trying to form a natural gas
trust. The object is to prevent waste
ami get more money.
Thu women of Chicago have taken
an interest in clean street curs anil
clean streets, and the impiovemcnl
is marked everywhere.
The Thomson-Houston Company is
building at its shops in Lynn an elec
tric locomotive, which is designed to
develop 500-horse power.
Georgia has a "Woman's Diess
Club" of thirty-six members. They
were to hold their next niuutiiig at
Indian Springs early in May.
There is a whirlpool in the Santa
Fe river, three miles noilhwcst of
High Springs, Fla., into which 1000
feet of line has been loweied.
Piesident Harrison has designs
upon purchasing the old Harrison
homestead, which is part of thu
Beikeley estate on thu James rivur.
Not one vole was cast for thu Lot
tery Amendment in the Louisiana
election. Thu votu against it was
unanimous. This shows that thu lot
tery don't pay.
In bogus Easter cgg3 each of the
seven children of Solomon Steele of
Lougswanip, Berks county, Ponn.,
received a $500 bank note, Sunday
Five daughters of the family of
Alex. Couthic of Muskegon, Mich.,
died within eight days of diphtheria.
The sixth and only remaining child
was ill witli the disease.
The farmers of tho United Stales
sent abroad in Mai eh of this year
breadstuffs valued at $28,000,000,
whereas the amount of such exports
in Marcli of last year was only $12,-
Nover Ouve Them Now,"
Said a gentleman in conversation,
bpeaking of those troublesome tilings
Corns. The reason why was quitu
evident. Ho hud used some ol our
new corn exterminator. Thib is a
siinplu harmless remedy, easily ap
plied and very ellcetivo, lumoviug ov
en the roots of thu com without pain.
Do you uso soap? Wo havoii't said
anything about soap for two months.
Most of our customers procured a
largo supply during our soap week
hut is it not niot washed away by
this time? Wo think so and have a
new lino of soap toofler Jus. S. Kirk
it Qo.'s. These neaps aro a boon lor
these dull limes which epmo complai l
about theyr's cheap in prico but of
very good quality. Colgate it Co. aro
well rcprcbcutcri in the soap line in
our sturu. Wo have tho famous
'(ii mil Morning" soap, loo. This is
Peats' aud if you wdl lead their ad
vcitUt'iucnib ciuefully you'll be con
vinced of its supurioiity to any olliur.
Wo have all sorts of shaving soaps,
also. Our assortment of lather biiishes
is daily growing less but yet hae a
lino lot fiom which you can make
your selection. Wo keep binning
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Coi'inii' I'orl fc Itluif i"-l rmilH.
'pUK mulct elgtied, Absiuee of the
JL IMiite of W. Mini of Wailuku,
Maul, u b-iukiupt, hereby v,w notieu
to all the eieilitoiri who have proved
their cl.ilniR ualnat tlio Mild o-t.i e lhat
he luih tilLtl hU iiecoiuitB ii hiii-h Ah1'
neo in lltu Miireuia Uiuut, unci that lie
will upply lot a Mtttlciuetit of biieh ae
I'ounts anil for a din-liaise fioui all lia
hlllty us t-ueh A.-.ii;iH-e on FJUDAY,
lite 'JOth day of May, 16U.', al IU o'eloek
x, M., in llieMilili-uiu Colli t.
AblL'iieo uf W. Atllii, fiitn Li upt.
Houoliilu, Muy 11, 18W. -M1 ii
WHICH PLAN GOES
U9 . "-V X TrV 7
Wliilo the quarterly and monthly systems of settlement
are being- disoussed we invite inspection (o the invoice of
ITAVILAD (J1II:NtA just received. Xo matter which
plan is adopted we will be "in the swim " and lead all
other hardware houses in the Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,
Fort street, oppo. hpnikels' Bank, Honolulu.
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
WE HAVE Till-: VEKY
NEW TRIMMINGS I NEW RIBBONS i
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
FOR I WKK ONLY -a
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
I, ''n i) ... Ti'
Uf-.z: i j.-j "(
Tin: HKiiiKsr gkadk of nurrLKi)
Water, fiiipf Ale id Grit ApplB Cite !
DELIVEHEI) TO ANY I'AUT OF THE CITY.
A B !
10!) Voi t Ntrcot. : : . : : : Honolulu. II, I.
CONri'l ITUl'lNG TUB "l'lONELIt ' PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 18.V.1 I1Y O. H. WILLIAMS FOK CONDUCTING THE
failure, Cabinet 3,
1 1 ' 11 Hi
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. I 'llllllllill .111111 lliv.
lliisliieA in Honolulu inn nll i-xtaut, ami the hu$iui"-. lis originator and
present piopiletm here to May. Haviim piueli.ied tin) imtim fiiti'iot of
tlio late Mini of II. II. William-. .V Co., i-ompi Uiu lltu laiesl eloeU of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Kver In lloiiolulii; pilnt-lpilly n-h-ett-d by II. II. William- iliulm; hi-, late threo
liioutha' vbi( to thu Collet, I now offer this Ktoi-K and ftiiuie additions fur
CASH at pili-us niiieh less than hotetofore elmr;ed.
Iy-The uiidi'i.-lnril In icniiinln;,' liln old pliif'u and biiniiie-s would lesjioi-t-fully
tender his puteful tli.inl.-. for the llber.il patiouae of old friends ol this
and neiliboili) thiamin, and hope.-, to uieili a i-oiitinuaneu of their fuvoo uhllu
solleltiii a i-liurn ftotn lieu filemU; and ualri offers his Mirviecs in
Moving; Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
lly Kieiieuei'il and Careful Men with .Suitable Apparatus,
Mittlng of Suporior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Mon !
Ea- PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. "X&a
INTO THE BASKET?
'i li i
$ - w A .A
LATKsT STYLES IN
& Toques !
It's vnvy refreshing- these
warm days. Our Soda
And our Syrups made from
Pure Frail Juices !
ihftkliu'inir & rmluHsikiiiff
iT.u.uv...,0 w uuuvi.u,0
E. WILLIAMS. .