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TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1892.
S S Australia, UoiuUutlc, from San F1.111
fttmr Klmut for Maul ami Hawaii ni
'2 p hi
Sinn- Luhua for Xuu and I'atllliau. at fi
StiurMlkaliala for ICinmi ill 5 p 111
Stair Clnudlnc for Maul ntfi p 111
Stun- Polo for Makawull at '2 p 111
Stiiir .las Mnkee for Kauai at I p 111
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Schr K Minimum for Kohilu
Fiom San Francisco por S S Aue
trulia,Muy 17 J G M A)pli'lon, wito
and child, A 1) Baldwin, .) Calm,
Alias C O.irpentiei, MUs Finkler, 1' C
Foneslei, Mr Alintiin Fox, Hugo
Goldsmith, IJimi Uolliday, Mies Helen
Hnppin, Mi lis Cl.ini Iloiiiu, Mis M
L P Kinney, Miss 11 S Kinney, M'xn
Lay Ion, Mis 11 Laidluw, W F Love,
C F Lulgen, Mrs Al M Meek, JaniO)
F Morgan, Ovklu Aliiein and wifi ,
AIit.s Nellie. Palmer, V J Kitebie. anil
wife, Dr Nicholas Hum-u-11, Edw
Scharf, Alii-s Fiances Sill, F M Sinn
ers, Mis 11 Spcncor, Mis V Spalding
and maid, Mis E 1J Tlioina-, Unwind
Turner, Alis A 1) Wait, Mrs A E Wil
,son and Itov J Wolfoiidcn.
For Muui and Hawaii per stmr Ki
uau, May 17 For Volcano: Mrs
Soaring and daughter. Way polls:
Hov E P linker and wife, Mrs Wight,
A W Kieliardtoii, A 1 Loehensteiu,
"W llruner, Air Mackintosh, Dr An
drews, J Sunaten, F M Swan,v and
SAN l'KANCISCO XOTl:s.
Anlvals Apiil ."0. hk Ceylon, IG days,
and bk U D Biyant. 174 days, from Ho
nolulu; May 1, bk llaivester, 1!) days
fiom llllo, lbeit, 11).. (lays ft 0111 Hono
lulu, bktne Kobert Sudden, Hi days from
Kahului, schr 11 C U 1 iglit, '22 days from
Honolulu; 2, brfcr Liiilmu, l'J days f rem
Hilo, M'lir Golden SIioip. 154 (i.ijs; a,
S S Austialiu, 0 days 'J3i hours, bk I ory
plieue. 17 daj, bk Don Adolfo. 2;! days,
bk .Matilda, 21 days, bktwe V 11 1)1
inond, l;l)a days, and bktne Planter, Ill's
days, all from Honolulu.
ailed .May 7. bktne Inngard for
Honolulu; 8, schr llobert Lexers, for
Honolulu; (J, French cruiser Chuniplain,
lor Tahiti via Honolulu; 3, schr Anna
Piojected Depai Hires- Balks Albert,
Andrew Welch and Ceylon, and bMncs
W H Dimoiidand Planter. for Honolulu;
kclns Goldeu hhore and Mary Dodge,
for Mahukona; butne Lurllne for llllo.
LOCAL AND G'cKHifL NiWS.
Whkn a Bulletin repiosentntive
was coming out of the dockyard gate
of iho O. S. S. Co. with a filo of S. F.
papers, a fresh Customs ollicial stop
ped him to search the papeis foi
opium. IIo did not get any.
Mns. J. Ailuu jotuiued on Saturday
from her visit to Molokai in .-eaicli of
Hawaiian euiios. llci losearches
proved successful. Among other an
cient lelics she hiought a kirn or tap.i
ho.ud for beating t lie haik of tiees,
prior to its weaving into tap.i or
cloth. Mrs. Ailau will make a tour of
the other islands shortly.
Mu. Fred Soincrs, former editor of
the San Francisco Argonaut, who
passed through heie soino weeks ago
witli Sir Edwin Arnold and Mr. Joseph
Grant, on their way to China, ariived
by the Australia this morning. Mr,
Somers was on the Ciy of Peking
when she paired on to San Fianeiseo,
and intended, with Mr. Gnat and a
paity of touiists, lo land here and
isit the Volcano.
One of tho piettieot places at 1'eail
Gily is the residence of .Mr. J. din F.
Colhurn on the Peninsula. It was
betore the piosont owner occupied il
an algaioba jungle. Now it is a beauti
ful park, with an outlook over an arm
of the haibor and a spacious fish
pond, with the Waianae mountains
and the Ewa binds in the prospect.
Mr. Colbuxn has built two cottages on
the lot, which witli the old h'oiieo
make abundant accommodation for
his family and friends.
The Fiencli cook for the Hotel did
not airive 011 the Austialia this
morning, owing to a lofusal of the
Cooks' Labor Union of San Francisco
to allow tho man to come, after he
bad madu terms and paid his passage,
for himself and assistant, and a
month's advance of wages had been
arnuigedjwith Chief Steward James ol
the Austialia, who ao'ed for the Hotel
iu engaging the men. II is supposed
that the ollieeis of tho Cooks' Union
had not been properly fed or paid,
hence their icason for putting the
ban on a cook engaging for Honolulu,
Mr. J. P. Hlaizo, an extensive real
estate dealer iu Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of the severest
attacks "of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that state during u
recent blizzard, says Iho Suturdtii
Jievietv. Mr. lilaizu had occasion to
diive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
lie was unable to get vtuiin, and in
side of uu hour alter his return he
was threatened with ti severe case of
pneumonia or lung lever. Mr. lllaizo
sent to the nearest diug store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy, of which he hud often
heard, and took a number of laige
doses, Ilo says Hie elfect was wou
derful and that in a short lime lie
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able to coino to Des Moines,
Mr. Uhiizu regards his euie tib simply
wonderful. Filly cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
At tins season of the year one is
upl to regard every well dressed cou
ple on a railroad train us a bridal
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Si a is illiehimged.
Skats aic going fast for Ihe Atusin
Musi.n the violinist and company
have at livid.
Comhint.h band concort nl tlio Ha
waiian Hotel this evening.
Mil. Ileuiy Walethoue has been
talking up lviiiioxniioii ill Chiuiigu,
Mastkii Hen llolliday, stni of Mis,
W, G. liwiu, at lived on tliu Austinliu
for a vacation
1 ' u 1 : s 1 : 1 1 Laurie J. llyaii hay the
thanks of the Hullei in for laic Sun
Francisco panel c
Tin: Ausliulia while in Kan Frun-
eisco had a iittt niiUlei put in and
hci hotlom pnintid.
Tin: Hui.lutin acknowledges the 10
oeipt of a lilo if papers (10111 Second
Oflii'or W. 11. llawes of the Australia.
Thk S. S. Yaniasliiio Main will be
duo here fiom Yokohama on Juno
likh willi about bUO Japanese 011
J. V. MuiuiAN and W. F. Love re
lumed 011 the Australia. Mr. Moigau
unfortunately has not benefited au
by the nip.
The Examiner repents tho French
eiuiser ChaiuiiUiu as sailing fiom
San Francisco on the Gtli for Tahiti
Two bales of leases of Government
land in Oaliu will lake place at the
front enliance of Aliiolani Hale tj
inurrow at noon.
Tin: Austrian warship F,uaua was
to leave San Francisco for Honolulu
on the 12th. She is piub.ibly live
days on her voyage.
A mkei'INO is called lor to-inorrow
at 10 a.m., at the Chnmbci of Com
ineieo loom, to leceho a leport of the
committee on rules, elc.
A cask of la teeny, iu which an
Aiab peddler woman accuses an Ai
menian of appiopualing $125 worth ol
at tides, is being heard in the Police
The glass lor the new Centril
Uniou Chin eh ariived bv the Austra
lia, consigned to Mr. F J. Lowiey of
the building committee. II made a
good many heavy packages.
By the Australia tho ISulish Club
has leceived a Manhattan billi.tid
table, -li ft. by !) ft., lioin Hit Biuns-
vvick & Balke Company. The club
now has one pool and two c.tioni
A xiTMUKii of bicycles for Hilo came
by the steamer. Cycling out the
Volcano load will probably become
the chief sport of Hiloilcs. Their
machines should be lilted up witli
Mn. U. F Dillingham telegraphed
lo Mr. J.i8. G. Spencer fiom New
Yoik, May 9, saying ho was well and
his p.u ticular business piombing. A
telegram from Consul-Gcneral Allen
says Mr. Dillingham is in good hands.
Pi:rn ions are going lound for sig
natures to applications for the posi
tion of sccietary at the next Legisla
tuie. Among those intending lo 11111
are: Messrs. T. P. Low, C. J. MeCai
tby, Fi.iul; Godfiey and S. L. Keku
in.uio. At a special meeting of Engine Co.
No. 1 hold last evening it was decided
to give their foieman, Hubert Mine, a
leccption on cither Thursday 01 Fri
day evening. Mr. More lo expected
fiom Kauai by the James Makee on
Da. H. haidlaw and bnde at lived
on the S. S. Australia ibis morning.
The doctor took tho position of steam
er physician this tiip in 01 dor to get
nuimud, while Dr. Younger of the
Australia was substitute for Dr. Laid
law on Maui dining his absence.
Dn. Henri McGrew's wife was sev-
eiely injuied fiom shock yesteidayby
a horse miming away and wieck
ing the buggy in which she was diiv
ing. Tho horse was scared by a
bicycle lunuing up to it. Mrs. Mc
Grew's condition had not improved
this morning, hut it is hoped a few
days' nursing will icstoie her.
Lkttkhs from the Princess of Ha
waii up to date of April 21, and a
cablcginm to May !), have been re
ceived by her father, Governor Cleg
horn. The Princess was iu good
health, contented, ami piogicssiug iu
her btudies. She has left Ilanowden
and is now going to school al JJiijJitoi).
Uv a special Act of Congress tho
Inman Line Steamships City of Palis
mid City of New Yoik weie admitted
to Ameiiean legistiy. Tho Inman
line is piiueipally owuetl by Ameiiean
citizens, who piopose building new
ships iu Aiueiica equally as good ab
tho two mentioned, These steamero
will now bail under the Anieiican
AcooitniNu to a report from San
Francisco (he steamei Montseriat is
liable to bo soiznl by an Anieiiciu or
a Geiniau warship, if she attempt le
citiiliug labor at the Gilbert Islands.
It is said she came to Honolulu foi
clearance which she could not get at
either Kan Francisco or Namimo, her
en.ind of "black-biiding" for Mexican
plantations being siispecled,
Mkh. Volney Spalding, Iho owner
of one of San Fianeieco's most fashion
able private family hotels, Ihe 'Holla
Vista," anil a lady well-known in San
Francisco's best society eiieles, airiv
id by the Austral a this morning with
a paity of young lady fiiends. Mr.
and Mih. W. J. Kitchie are also of the
parly, .Mr. Hilcbio is assistant editor
of the Han Francisco Examiner.
A mix has been rcpoi Ud fnorably
iu Iho Senate, milting down the
claim, however, fiom .tfiO.OOO to $2:1,
500, to compensate tho owners, olli
ceis and -jicw of the Hawaiian bul;
Arctic lor the losses sustained and
the set vices rendered iu rescuing 17(1
men fiom Ameiiean whaling vessels
in danger iu lb71, for which sei vices
the hit 1 k Arctio abandoned her busi
ness of whulo catching.
THE MURDERED CRIMMN!
Ansst of tin Dimond'j. Crk by
Ofllcer IMhirt m San
The Wight VFnU-liiuiin of the
V.'S3"1 Giver, Evidence
A letter has been received by the
Bulletin from San Fianeiseo, stal
ing that Olliccr Lockhart of Hono
lulu had anested the colored cook of
tile barkeuline V. 11. Ditnoud, on
suspicion of being the murderer of
the Chinaman whose body was found
in the harbot Hereon April 17. The
wiiter says the Hawaiian Consul will
not assist the olliccr at all, so the
latter would piobably not be able to
tiling his piisoner to Honolulu by the
Australia. It appears that Consul
MuKinley did not receive instructions
f 1 0111 the Koieign Olllce, consequently
would not do anything iu the matter.
The following parlieuhtis are from
the Chronicle of May -1th and oth:
Illinois Wise, the colored cook and
-.toward of the barkentine W. 11.
Dluioud, was arrested yestciday
afternoon on the vessel's arrival from
Honolulu on a charge of murdering
a Chinese at Honolulu on or about
April 17th, The arrest was made on
a United States warrant sworn out
by a detective from Honolulu, who
claims to have collected sullleient
evidence of a circumstantial nature
to watrant such a course.
Wise is a nianied man, '10 yenis
old, and saj's he resides at 82!) Val
lejo street, in this city. He is below
the medium size, but of powerful
Wise was seen by a Chronicle re
poiler yesterday boon after he was
taken lo the County Jail. "My ar
rest was a great surprise," said he.
"1 know nothing of the Chinese who
was supposed to have been murdered
at Honolulu while I was there. I
have been on the barkeuline W. II.
Oiiuoud for the past nine months
and made a number of trips to the
The prisoner was straightforward
in what he had to say and answered
all questions put to him quite readily.
It is stated that the circumstantial
evidence on which the arrest was
based consisted iu the finding of the
Chinese boily and a bundle of blan
kets in tLe water close lo the barken
tine W. II. Dimond and in view of
the repoit that the negro cook of the
vessel, Wise, had been seen to throw
an iion bar overboard during the
night of the murder.
When OHicer Thomas McGlynn of
the harbor police arrested Wise he
had S!30 in gold on his person which
could not be accounted for. While
in Honolulu Wise received S10 in
silver from Captain Nelson and was
supposed to have spent it before
leaving. The detective is trying to
make capital out of this, as I lie mur
dered Chinese was believed to have
had a sum of money on his person
the fi mi.
Illinois Wise, Hie colored cook of
the barkentine W. II. Dimond, is
still confined in the Comity Jail, and
likely to remain there until taken lo
Honolulu to answrr to a charge of
murder. Captain Hrown O. Nelsou
of the barkeuline appeared before
Commissioner Sawyer yesterday and
filed a complaint charging Wise with
killing u Chinese on board the vessel
while she was lying alongside the
Oceanic dock at Honolulu. The
crime is alleged to have been com
mitted on Saturday night, April ICth.
Night Watchman Paul Aitenus of
the vessel is the man who furnished
Hie information which led to the ar
rest. He says that on the night of
the murder he plainly heard the
groans of a human being 111 distress
coming from tho cook's rooms, for
ward, but was afraid to investigate.
The groans weie heard at intervals
for a couple of hours, when every
thing became still. Wise came out
of his mom before daylight and toltl
the night watchman that he hud bet
ter go to sleep, as he was willing to
stand his watch out. Artenus says
lie refused, and gave as a reason that
he hud tiie brass work on the vessel
to polish. Hut the night watchman
suspected Unit something was wrong
and ho went into the forecastle and
roused two of the sailors.
When the trio appealed on deck
they caught Wibe in the act of throw
ing an iron bar overboard. Then he
was watched returning to his room
His clothing was spattered with
bloi.d, anil in the room blood was
found in the bulkhead and in all di
rections. Wise threatened to kill
Aileuiib ami his two companions if
they said a word.
Three bonis later the badly muti
lated body of the Chinese was found
floating near the barkentine, and
near by was a straw mattress, pillow
and blanket, all wrapped up with a
big lump of coal iu the center.
The supposition is that the colored
cook enticed the Chinese on board
the vessel and into his room, under
promise of smuggling him to this
city ; then (hiding he hud a Utile
money with him, beat him lo deuth
wilh an iroii bur, and while the niht
watchman was below deck threw the
body of the Chiui'so overboard, afler
taking what money could be found,
Captain Nelson buid yesterday thut
he was uu shore on the night of Ihe
murder, and knew nothing of it until
nfter the body wno found. Previous
to sailing, tho night watchman and
the crew- informed him of all that had
taken place. It was loo late to delay
tho vessel, so, alter apprising the au
thorities, he set snil
Detective Loekharl of Honolulu is
in the oily, and is looking after Wise's
ease and the extradition papers for
his return in the islands
The bringing of Chinese to this
port from Honolulu is often ti foil.
The colored cook of the bark Albert
made such an attempt when that ves
sel was at Honolulu lately. He agreed
to smuggle three Chinese into this
city, and hid them 111 his room.
Captain Winding heard of the mat
ter anil put the Chinese ashore. The
cook hearing of this action run away
from the vessel.
Marshal Wilson has received by
mail from Lockhart a full account of
his doings. He hud Wise arrested
he afternoon of the day the steamer
ariived. The Marshal says the cap
tain of the Dimond only told him
there was a clue on board just before
the vessel's sailing. One of the con
demning circumstances is that, while
a quantity of bedding was found in
the wnter wilh the body, Wise hud
scarcely any bedding iu his bunk on
the passage hence in fact, would
nut kleep there after the night of the
minder. One article lie retained
which has been secured iu San Fran
cisco is a sheet numbered 2GG, and
the Marshal has possession of a pil
low case numbered 20(1 which was
recovered wilh the body.
PRINTER WITH A PISTOL.
Gus Aea, a printer employed in
the Elele olllce, was arrcsteil yister
day in a cottage on Emma street.
The residence was occupied by the
family of the late A. P. Carter aud
Win. Kino and wife, the latter having
been a Miss Carter. Gus occupied
a room iu the building. Last niu'lit
he partook of too much gin which
made him feel supreme. lie took
possession of the place and ordered
everyone about. A friend named
David Kekulu, who works on the city
front, paid him a visit but was order
en off the premises. David complied
witli the command, but as he was
going out Gus, elated at his evident
superiority, called David some hard
names. David turned round to resent
the remarks, when a pistol shot was
lired at him, luckily not hitting him.
Gus was arrested on the charge of
assault with a weapon and will be
tried to-morrow. He is out on bail.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale. o-tf
Aitkk shaving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. lieiiKin, Smith tfc Co., Audits.
HonnoN, Newman & Co.'s Havana
cigars arrived bv the stcitmer Austra
lia. Native Fans and Curios in great
vaiiely at the "Elite" Ico Cream
"WiiEKi: shall I see you Uiib even
ing?" "Oil, same old place, the
The S. S. Australia will leave Ho
nolulu for San Francisco on Tuesday
next at noon.
Take your elinni to the "Elite" Ire
Cream Parlors, finest ici. ere.un soda
in the city onlv 10 cents a glass. 2-1 w
FliHSil rolls and doughnuts and a
line cup of coffee you can get every
morning at the "Elite" lee Cieani
Pailois. 5-1 in
FitEnH dozen oysters on ice are on
hand, as usual after the bteanicr's ar
rival, iu the Beaver lunch saloon, II.
J, Nolle, proprietor.
Dit. IJodger's entire household fur
nituie and eli'ectB will bo sold by Jas.
F. Morgan at 10 o'clock Friday, on
account of dopitilure.
Delirious eoiieo and chocolate will
be seivcd eveiy morning early at the
Palace Ice Cream Pallors, Ludwigsen,
it ('ion. Motel slieel. 1-lf
The Al S. S. Yamashiro Marti is
adveitised by W. G, Irwin & Co.,
agent, to leave for Yokohama and
Hongkong on or about June 22.
'I'm: entire household furniture and
eueots of Mrs J 1). Tucker will hu
sold by Jas. F. Morgan Ht 10 o'clock
Thursday, 011 account of departure.
Get your not, is and shoes inade
aud lepaited by the old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Tok.n.vikh, on East
Hotel stiect. Kiist-dass woik, low
pi ices. 4.11
Ouit sherbet boda beats all your cold
drinks. We have a patent 011 this
fine di ink; hewaic of imitations; 10
cents a glass at the "Elite" Ico Cieani
DiiEShJiAKi.NO, Cutting and Kitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect fit
guaranteed. MISS WOLK, 7!1 llere
tania street, or Mutual telephone (i'JII,
before 8 a. 111. or 5 :!10 p. in. 8-liiu
The Bulletin has no occasion to
be troubled about cjiculalion, al
though it may manifest a Iriendly
concern for the veiucity of would-ho
rivals on that score. Not only has the
Buli.e'iin'h circulation always been iu
the lead, but il keeps on growing in
spite of haul times. Good evidence
this of its ptipulaiity Uh a newspaper,
and assurance to advertisers 111 its
columns thut it is their must desirable
Notice of Meeting.
Proposed Formation ol MrrchanU' Prolec
IN uecoiiluiico with a resolution passed
ut the meeting held on May 1 lth, a
meeting will bu held on WEDNESDAY,
Mav IStli, at 11) o'clock a. M., ut tho
Chamber of Cnmineue llooin, to icculve
a teiiuit ol the Committee,
F. M, bWANZY,
Mi It Chairman of Committee,
King Teburmina of the Gilbr-rt
Jsiands was ucioidid an aadiiuie bv
the (Jucen 011 .Saturday. He wiote
his own name as given above iu the
visitors' book, which settles any ques
Mm) as to its eorreil oithogmphy.
His Mije-dy was accompanied by
Nm i'nbia. hi tRphOw, and Captain
Wa ler C. ran 1 n, a follw-passtMi-gc
mi ihe S S Mon'si'iriU. Mrs
Sa n'i L friil'imi, wile of the master
of ihe nvv-ioiiury vessel Morning
Star, acted us luiprulur. Her M ij
esi cuiiw i-i d with King Toburoinoa
a few minute-, ilinnigh the inter
ptetor. Oilioi- piesent weie Revs.
C. M. Ihde, 1) I)., and O I'.
Emerson, and Mr-,. Hannah Ii. .Smith,
Mrs. Wni hind's unit'ier. The Queen
was attended by His Excellency mid
Mrs. Samuel Parker, Major the Hon.
and Mrs. .las. V. Robertson, Col.
the Hon. and Mis C. P. Iatikea, Col.
the Hon. John Richardson, ami Mrs.
C. 13. Wilson, lad -in-waiting. After
the audience the visiting monarch
was conducted lo the throne room,
where he was shown the feather
cloaks and kahilis. The bandsmen
sang two or three native songs, Prof.
Uerger leading on the piano, after
wards playing a few selections on
their instruments. His Majesty was
much pleased with the mutic. The
visit occupied an hour, and Dr. Hyde
took the king to ihe North Pacific
The Monlserrat sailed (or the Gil
bert Group, with King Teburenioa
and companions on board, about 7
o'clock Saturday evening, the party
having been taken out to the steamer
by a steam launch from the U. S. F.
S. San Francisco.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Port & Itlntr MtrectH.
Per S. S. "Australia."
At The Beaver Saloon j
II. J. XOIFi:, I'l-oiii-it'tor.
The Al HlenuiHliiV
lb due at this port on .June 19th and will
leave for Iho above ports 011 or
3-2 11 d .TUIVIO.
B For Freight or Passage, having
Mipoi lor Cabin and Mccjago accommo
dations, apply to
Win, G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
li'i 1 111 Ageutri,
Steamship Comp y
FOR SAX JMIANCISCO,
The Al .Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for tho above
Tuesday, May 24th,
t?T For freight or passage, apply to
Win. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
I'ja Ct Agents.
A Safe and Guntlo
; fun nUo bu iiecd under
suddlo; 1 '1'op ll.akoand llaruess, Ap
ply at olllco ol
4-22 it 11. HAOKFKLI) & CO.
Mjcjw yfi '$ ' 'iy'he
A BIG STRIKE
Whcn labor anil capital fall out then cornea a strike. When good
material comes to the htinds of ihe bininy workman tin article is produced
which causes a strike of a different character. V
U111 biggest strike u as iniule with the " IIKNDHY HUHAKKK," be
cause il does its voik better than unv pl"v in Ihe Kingdom ; the (liafl is
so light that it is but child's play to ha -die 1 anil the parts are so strong
and well put together that it will , k in Ihu toughest kind of soil.
You'll strike it right if ou buy one ol t m.
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104 Fort a-cre
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THE HIGHEST GH.VUE OF BOTTLED
Ma Water, -Giiipr Ale ai Cral) Apple Cider !
DELIVEHEI) TO ANY l'AHT OF 1T1E CITY.
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DRUGGIE rF l .
101) fr'ort StrtM't.
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CONS'I ITUT1NG THE "1MO.VFER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
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HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN lSfi'J BY C. F.. WILLIAM? KOH CONDUCTING THE
WtaWi Mel Milking,
I!nlnes in llnnolillli 1110 hUll extant, anil the Inn-lne, it orlslimtor mill
prevent pinprletor lieiu 10 nt.iy. llavini; pineliai-eil tlio entiro intuiut of
tlie. l.itu Hi in of II. II. Williams X Co., oonipiiMn the l.ugot stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; priuelp illy hitleclcil liy II. II Willlaui-. durliijr liN laio thruo
inoulli'-' vi-il in tin- (.'i:i-l. I innv ol'ti-i till-, MiieU ainl Inline inltlllioin, for
CSII at pnee.i inileli le;i than lu'ietofoiu chargeil.
loiy Tin umlcinltfiieil In leMiuilnjcliI iM plaue ami hiiiiuupn w-mlil respect
fully tuiulur hl p-ateii.l t)iaiiKi fur ihu lihuial p. Hi ullage of olil frlenils (if this
ami iiollilxirliijr InlamU, ami hope- to nieiil a eoiiliunaueu of their f.ivoi'8 while
Millcitiii a hluiri) tioin now filemls; mid agal 1 offuis his icrvlcos In
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
lly Kxpuilcnced and Caieful Muii wilh rinitablu Apparatus,
Matling of Superior Quality Furni&hed and Laid by Competent Men 1
HOT PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES, tet
AND FOH SALE AT LOWEST .MAKICET HATES. Jg3 '
Cases 15. & N. OLD GEVJ3VA (duublo bcrriud).
" ,1. J). K. & '., do (0 bottle ouch).
B. & N. IvIiY 15KAM) (iiiiall wliito bottles).
' do tlo (small black botllus),
Also, Foster's Porter iu Quarts and Pints.
JOVl.JOY fc CO.,
"Foster Block," 10 Nuiuuni street, Honolulu.
iMiitual tVl. UOS, -XiStt (114 lin) JCoT 1. O. 13os: 13V.
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LATEST .STYLES IN
& Toques !
It's very refreshing these
warm daj's. Our Sodu
And our Syrups mado from
Pure Fruit Juices !
Honolulu. II. I.
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