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A.M. A.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu. ,.ii:15 8MS 1 1 5
Arrlvo Honouliull. .7 !'20 !l:7 2:7
Lenvn llonoulluh. .7:H0 10:43 .1:11
Arrive Honolulu. ..8 :;() ll:fifi 4iSi
l'UAUI. C1TV LOCAL.
Arrive Pmrl City
Leave fear1 City.. (1:00
Arrive Honolulu. ..0:10
I .Saturdays only.
Satin days excepted.
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Tuos. 24 2 40 1 35 8 20 8 20 5 1'J S3 4 0
Wed. 23 3 10 2 15 8 40 0 20 5 IS 0 35 4 4S
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Thurs. 20 3 40 3 7 II l II 0 5 11 6 30 7 H'.l
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"New moon on the 25th ut 71i. ISin. p. in.
MONDAY, MAY 23, 1892.
Stun- Plandliiu f i oui Maid
Mmr Mikahaia from Ka. al
May !:l -Am
4-iiuistcil bktne Charles V Croeker,
Lund, from rdney. X W
Sloop ICalulatii from l'eai'l City
May 2:t -
S S Australia, Iloiidlettc, for San Fran
cisco at 12 noon
Stun- .1 A Cummins for Koolau and Wal
umnalo ut 11a in
Stmr Waiaieale for Laliulna ami Ilatua
Kua at 10 a m
rttmr Walmunalo for Molokai and Maui
at 0 p m
Stmr Mokolil for Molokai and Maul at 5
Stmr O 11 Pishop for Waianae, Wiiialua
and Kuliiiku at 'J a m
Stmr Hawaii foi Hamakiui at 5 p m
Sclir Kawailani for Koolau
Seur Sarah and Eliza for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Ulaudine for Maui at 5 p m
Stmr W O Hall fur Maui and Hawaii at
10 a in
StuirMikahala for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr C H llisliop for Waianae and Wai-
alua at 1) a m
Stmr Kilauca 11 on for Kukalau and Oo-
l;aa at 4 p ni
CARCDtS FliOf." ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Ohiudiuo i:i!)3 bags snar, 'J7 bags
corn. 200 baj:.- taio, 07 hogs, 20 'ibis
poi. 1052 left koa lumber, 02 hides.
1 ."." picas sundries.
Stmr Mikahala 5432 bngssiifjar, liObags
phi, 21 bags diied lisli, 7 bbls gicen
iiide, 1 horse, 75 pkgs siimhies.
From Maui, pur stmr Claiidlue, .May
22 It D Wulbiidge and wife, Mrs JO
J,oreii7.eu, A Hocking, Mrs A N Idpol
kai, II Laws, A iss L Uopj), U Copp, C
Sluhliuaiin, L) Morton, J italic, wife and
2 children, Mis II G Trcadway, .TLud
deckc. J S Mi iihcnd, It blrau.-h, V
Xeuiatli. .1 no Kuliimi and wife, Mrs v
Uoruweli, Win Wright, Miss'ida, and
Fiom ICauai, per stmr Mikahala, May
22 Hon Aimust Dreiur, Gov W Jl tlce.
Wife and 2 ciilldrc.ii, Hon J Akiua and
wife, Misses Akiua (!1), Mrs V P Kanoa
and 2 eliildrcn, Mrs J Gueirero. Air
Macdonald and wife, Theo Wolff, II
Lose, ltd t-palding and wife. Miss II
Isenbeig, A li II Swift, Kdwaid Qiilim,
11 P Faye, and a4 deck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S San Francisco, Itear-Admiral
Brown, from San Diego
Am 'Mis sUiir Morning Star, G;irlaid,
. (roin South Sea Islands
Am ship J O Potter, Meyer, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk Sononia, Lee, from Sun Frau-
Am Tviu sclir Louis, Hatch, from New
castle, N S W
Am 4-mstd schr Carrier Dove, Brandt,
from Newcastle. N S W
Afii hKfne Forest Cueen, pfelson, from
' i Sad FraucUco
Am bktne N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Am bk Klsinoie, Peikins, from New
castle, X S W
Ur blilp Uemiioie, Jenkins, from Liver
pool for bk Ppseidon, Hjoi)sOi, foi) Ney-
- pastje, N1 S W '
Am 4-nuibted bktno Chinles FCiooker,
Lund, fiom inydiipy, N S W
FOKEIUN VESSELS EXPECTED,
II 1 M S Hiei, Mori, from Japan
It M S S Mariposa, Hay waid, from San
S S City of Peking, from Hongkong and
Yokohama, .May 4
Am ship P.ictolus, lleadle, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk Munatia, Thomas, from Now-
' castle, N H V
Qer bk .f U Plli'iier, from Hfemen, .(uly
Gur lik' J C Olade, from Llveipool, Juno
Jlaw bk Fooling Suey, from llostou,
Haw ship Helen Biewer, from Glasgow,
duo Aug Ifi
Nor bk Havtiueu, Kvangen, from Now-
tiutle, NH W
Am bk Mai gai et fiom Newcastle, NSW
Urit bk Vermis fiom Newcastle, N H W
Ilrit bK Velocity from Hongkong
ilk ' letti from Newcastle, X S W
" SHIPPING NOTES.
The biirki'iitluo S N Castle received
biigar from the steamer Mikahala this
'I he Charles F Crocker Ib lying In the
The schooner Louis litis docked at the
Fort hticet whaif wheie she U dlschurg
iug her caigo of cuul.
OltnWAY In Honolulu, Mny 21, 18M,
Edmoml Perc.lvnl, youno-it son of
Hubert .1. mill Cecilia ilrilwiiy. ii
native of Sacramento, fill., aged 21
years. -1 months mul d.tys; brother
of William, George mul Ulysses !.
Oidway, of Honolulu, mid Mrs. A.
Lydlatt, of ban Hnfucl, Cal.
PIT Han Francisco anil San Rafael
papois iilcrtfc copy.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
To-Monuow will bo Queen Victoria's
DiwioNii Hkad, :i p. in. Weather
cloudy, wind fresh tun llwasl.
1 1 1 is social by the Arion Olub will
take place this evening al their hall.
A wiiitk man 1ms bten arrested for
gross client, mul iiwuits tri il in n. jiolico
Tiiu S. S. Austruliii will lcnve for
the Const til-morrow with a largo list
Tne tramway water ourt got stuck
at Palmiiii yesterday, delaying the
cars about 10 liiiiiulCB.
Tiiu sloop Kaiulnni tn.ule a Hying
trip from Pearl Harbor to-day. Tlieie
was a fresh broez" bluwing.
A l'Aiunvr.u, concert to Mrs. Ailmii
al Brown will be given by the Koyal
Hawaiian Hand at the Hotel this e'v
ning. Tun sti inner Ivinau willairive from
Maui and Hawaii t ninrinu niornnig,
in oidei lo connect with die Australia
leaving ut noon.
Hon. J. V. Bipikunu is taking his
arrest in a free und easy style. He
has had a rocker supplied at the Sta
tion and this morning was enjoying a
good old smoke.
The sidewalk in front of Messrs.
V. G. Irwin & Co.'s ollice was blocked
for a time this morning by Portuguese
seeking jiassage to the land of gold
and wheat and sugar beet.
A grand concert for the benefit of
Hie Kuu.ii Industrial School, under
the jiatronage of Her Majesty the
Queen, will he given at Kawaiahao
Church on Saluiday evening, May 28.
Jin. George JC. Norton, foreman of
Hook & Ladder Co,, js conliued to his
house by a slight stroke of jnrulysis,
duo it is believed to his getting wet
und taking cold ut the Dudoii. House
The boat race between the ships'
boats of the different foreign vessels
in port will take jilnce to-morrow af
ternoon between 5 and 6 o'clock. Con
siderable money is wagered on the re
sult. Judgi: Biokeiton this morning
granted tho petition of Chns. V.
Gray for administration on the estate
of Mrs. Mary Emelinu Sharrntt, de
ceased, and appointed V. O. Smith
administrator under $1200 bond.
Ahout eighteen hundred acres aro
under green cane at Ew.i plantation.
Itattoous ure well forw.ud in the early
cut giound of the lirsl oroji. The
steum plow is breaking more ground.
Grinding of the Jirst ciop is nearly
A coi.i.Ecioufor a Portuguese chari
table bociely caused some sensation
about town yesterday, by going tho
rounds c.inyingu red fl.ig and follow
ed by u boy with a fancy collection
ilate. Some peujile took him for an
An Ai menian candy p'cddlcr,
charged with larceny, is being tried in
the Police Court this afternoon. The
inun, John, is accused by an A.-ab
jieddler woman named Mary. The
courtroom is crowded witli interested
A Chinaman was taken with an
apoplectic fit on the street about a
week ago und was removed to the
Queen's Hospital. Dr. Chas. Peter
son attended mi the Chinaman, who
has imjiiiivi'd but slightly since. The
patient had to be led through the
Mu. O. C. Swain, the popular de
livery clerk at tho Post Ollico, is going
to California with his wife by the Aus
tralia to-morrow. He is to take uj
ranch life in Fiesiio county, und be
come part and jmrcel of the great
Pacific commonwealth. Nothing but
tho best wishes will follow 1'Ollie" and
his fair young partner to their new
home from Honolulu.
The fotir-nmslcd barkentiue Charles
F. Crocker, Lund master, ai rived in
port this afternoon from Sydney, N.
S. V. This iB the second vessel of itB
kind that has ever come here. The
Crocker was iuilt at Alunieda, Cal,,
in 18'JO. Her dimensions aro : length,
201 feet; beam, 10 feet; depth of hold,
15 feet; gioss-tonnago, 315,38; net,
328.12 She can carry 1,100,000 feet
A, natjvk nanjeil Ununiii made
Hotel street ring ycslenlay afternoon
with tlrunkon yells, and a couple of
jiohco otllcers woio despalclieil to ar
iokI him. While tho ofUoors were do
inj so Opunul lot out und dropped a
policeman. This morning he had to
Answer to the charge of assault on a
jiolico oflieer und wiib pmid, guilty.
A (loo ul $10 was iTui'ioted on tho bel
A iiout 4:30 o'clock Saluiday after
noon, Queen stieet was the -wio of
another lively runaway, A Chinese
drav was tiikintr on feed at tiiu Union
Feed Co.'s warehouse, when the horses
became frightened and started. A
Chinaman who was on the dray ul
the time was thrown out, but escajieil
with only a scratch on his face. The
team turned into Queen street. almost
smashing into Tim Sullivan's hack,
which was pulled up just in tiino to
avoid it, and continued running to
Kakuako, where thoy were brought
up against a fence. The only damuge
was the dcinolislijujj of lu unoo.
Said un Alabama mother: "Never
would 1 cull a boy of initio 'Alias' if
I hud u hundred to name, Men by
thut inline is alius cutting upcujiprs.
Here's Alias 'Photnnspn, Alias
William, Alias the Night Hawk, al
been tooU'ijp for stealing. M Rural
Thry (Jlvii llir 'linniilUH n Hollri
The ball game on Saturday be
tween the Ilonolulus and Kaiucluune
lias attracted the largest atlendunuL'
this season. The grand stand was
fairly crowded, and tho bleachers'
stand was well roresented by ball
cranks. Tho students won the loss
fur first blood, but failed to score a
knock down, as they were retired
without a run. The (Hunts cnteied
with evident relish nf the irospeels
of jiounding the sphere Mehutila,
the Kani's twirler, wti eaugliloff his
guard, as he sent the jpheru over the
oyster one after the oilier ; conse
quently the big fellows in ide good
use of their "potatoes." I'our men
crossed the oyster, seoiing four runs
The black stockings (lvtins ) smote
ozone for the succeeding three in
nings." "Dicky," on the bleachers'
bench, was pulling for the Kains.,
and it was laughable to hear bim
now and then singing out to Willie
Lucas: "Give them a show to hit it!
Oh, put it over tho oyster!" Lucas
did put it over it, but the hall had n
tendency of dodging the willow. The
Kamehainelias scored a solitary run
in the fifth inning by Wahiuemuikai.
who was on third base and was sent
home by a short lly to left Held by
Mahuka. Pahau mid Alahuka made
two brilliant double plays, which won
them roil mis of applause. The Ilo
nolulus scored one more run in the
third inning, but failed to scon
another, the game standing five to
Mahuka made a flue running catch
of a foul in the seventh inning off
first base. lie entered the box in
the eighth and retired the Ilonolulus
in short order, cutting the dale in
two against three strikers. 1 Davis
on first base was at home.
The Honolulu's battery V. Lucas
and Chan. Wilder did excellent
work. Lucas was in flue inutile and
stayed throughout, notwithstanding
the opinions of several that his arm
would give way. II. Wodehouse at
first and Whitney at second played
well. The fielders had very little to
do, excejiting to balk a few "strays."
Willie did il all, and cooked it well
too. Following is the score:
AU It. UII. O. A. K.
Wodehouse, II., 1 b.. 3 1 0 5 1 0
Whitney, 2 b 3 117 2 0
Wilder, Chan., c 3 10 8 4 0
Wodehouse, E. ,3b.. 411101
Carter, c. f 4 1 2 0 0 1
Lucas, p 4 0 13 2 1
Coiiradt. 1. f 2 0 0 10 0
Wilder, Chas., s. s... 4 0 112 0
Lemon, r.-f 3 0 0 10 1
.30 5 G 27 11 4
AU.u nil o. a. i:.
Mahuka, 1 b., p 4 0 17 11
Puliuti, 2d 4 0 0 5 5 2
lCauki, r.f -j 0 2 0 0 0
Mehcula, p., l.f 3 0 1110
K.-unoi, o.f 4 0 Q 1 0 0
fummingi, s.b,,, .... 3 0 0 0 2 2
Davis, 1 b., 3 b 4 0 0 3 0 0
Wahiuetiiiiikui, lib., l.f 2 110 10
Ha.er, o 4 0 0 7 2 0
32 1 5 24 12 5
Score by innings
Honolulu 4 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 -
Ivumchainehus 0 000 1 0000-1
Summary: Two Base Hit Carter;
Double Plays Pahau and Mahuka 2;
Baker and Davis, Chan. Wilder and
Whitney. Base.-, on Balis By Meheula,
1; by Lucas, 4. Stiuck Out By Mche
ii a, (5; by Mahuka. 1: by Lucas, 7.
Passed Balls Baker, 1. Hit by Pitched
Ball Whitney and Wodehouse. L"ft
on Base-, Houolu'iH, G; Kapichuiuchas,
8. Earned 'linns liouolulus, 1. L'tii
piro Kcoltokalolo and rabbo. Scorer
.1. W. Wlntor.
HQtf THEY STAND.
The following is the standing of
the different clubs in the Hawaiian
League up to May 21st :
H C C O $
2 S 5 o 2
5 S 3 x y "
I 3 I
P s : I 7 3 S
; . l
? i I ; T .'
U oaoiuIuTTTr V. 1 .. 2"i .500
Kaniehaiueha 1 .. 1 JJJ .750
Hawaii '11ii'.' "! II l"l H33
Cresiwir. . , ,LjiTJ ' J 1 J.'.8
(iainos Lot.. I 2 " 1 3 a .".I
Kdmond Ordway was drowned, near
the Myrtle Uo;t Club' boatliotue on
Saturday afternoon. Ordway and a
number of others, mostly from the
S. S. Australia, were bathiuy near
the Myrtle hoatliotiBe, off the Immi
gration landing, when one proposed
that they have u diving contest, to
determine who could romaln under
water l$ longest, X man named
Harry und Ord)vay unduitook the
contest, Urdway was beaten and
made another dive, striking, it is be
lieved, the bottom. Not appearing
within a ruasonahlo 1(1119 t setroh aa
naile and Oway, limp and uncon
scious, wa9 found and hauled out of
the water. JJrs. MuWayne and
Haldwin were suiiimouod but the man
died in a few minutes. The cause
of death is supposed to be the burst
ing of a blood vessel iu the head.
Ordway's brothers, who were at tho
buseball game, were notified. The
unfortunate young man was twenty
one years of age and very popular
with his associates. Tlp funerid
toolj place iron) (he Central Union
Church yesterday afternoon, Rev.
Dr. Ueckwilh olllciatiug. The mother
and family have the sympathy of tho
community iu this deep uiutuij,
The best spring uii'djcine s a dosu
or two of S.t. i'tttrick's Pijls. They
not, piily physic but cleause. ihe whole
system and purify the b.lood. ar
sale by lkuson, Smith & Co., Agents.
THE TREASON CASES.
Itcinniiiloii Until Tlmrsil iy - I'rliinn
cru Tiit'iicil HtntOi t:lili ,n .
This morning at 10 'clock Hie
nineteen or twenty persons arronieil
for treason were brought up before
Judge Dole in the Supreme Court
loom upstairs ill Aliiolaui Hale. IIw
Kxcellenoy W. A. Whitiim, Allui
ney General, anil Mr. Chas. Cruigh
ton, Deputy Attorney-General, up
peared for the Crown, mid Messrs.
. S. Hartwell and W. K. Castle for
The Attorney-General moved for
a continuance until Thursday on the
mound that he denned to gel the ';vi
denee in presentable sliajie for the
Mr. llurtwell oppo-cd the inolion,
supported by Mr. Castle, on the
ground that the charge should be
more speuilio than the general state
ment In the warrant.
The Attorney-Geneial promised
counsel for the defense a more sjieci
lie statemeut of the charge, either
this afternoon or to-morrow morning,
and its BUllleiency might ho argued
between now ami Thursday if he was
not loo hard pressed by getting the
evidence into shape.
The continuance was granted b'
the Court and the prisouers were re
manded until Thursday.
There was a large attendance of
spectators, lilting all the benches and
crowding the Clerk's ollice and halls.
Messrs. Ashford and Wilcox were
driven lo and from the Court in
charge of Deputy Marshal Mehrten.
Mr. Uijiikane was escorted by Capt.
Hopkins. The rest of tho prisoners
were marched in twos under the
escort of native policemen.
At the close of jjroceedings the
crowd retiied to the Government
House yard, remaining to sec the
procession pais out to the Police
It is common talk to-day that a
number of the prisoners have turned
By the conjoined courtesy of Su- 1
lierintendent Ashley of the Oahu
Railway Co. and the projectors of
the Paradise of the Pacilic, a very '
pleasant outing was enjoyed on last I
Saturday by Mr. W. J. llitchie of the
S. F. Examiner, and a party of la
dies consisting of Mrs. W. J. Ritchie, '
Mrs. Volney Spalding, Miss Frances
Seil and Miss Nellie Palmer, togeth
er with Mr. II. lurner, all of whom
arc visitors to the pleasant climate of
this mid-ocean Eden. Special con- '
veyance transferred the party from
the Hotel to the dejiot of the Oahu
Railway Co., where Superintendent
Ashley jilaced a sjiecial traiu at their
disposal and no time was lost in run
ning over the line to the point of de
barkation, the Ewa sugar mill. Here
the intricacies of the production of
sugar were visibly presented and ex 1
plained and, after the ladies had each
provided themselves with souvenir 1
sticks of the ungratind cane, dejixr
ture was had for a view of the Penin
.sula, Ford's Island and some of the
inner lakes of Pearl Harbor. Sup
erintendent Ashley had made special
arrangements for the transit by water,
the steam yacht "Frolic" being
brought specially from Honolulu for
An exceedingly enjoyable hour
was spent on the water, the ladies
being loth to leave the placid bosom
of the beautiful Pearl River, but the
inner man had to he provided for
and return was had to terra firma
ami quick transit to "Loch View,"
the new hotel at Jiemond flrovo.
Here a bQijntcoils lunch was served,
the projiriotors of the Paradise again
joining with the genial Superintend
ent and Mrs. Ashley in providing for
the comfort of their guests. A brief
season of "flow of soul" over tho
beautiful view was indulged in, Mrs.
Volney Spalding, the chaperon, voic
ing the sentiments of the fair repre
sentatives present. After a Yie'w of
Reinoud Grove return 'w'na had to
town, eaclj ol' the visitors with a
jileasant momory of the "outing,"
and the hospitality cxtonded to
That the "stable government" the
P. C, A. wants is' an Augean stable
with its clique as keepers.
That the bout races to-morrow
afternoon will be the liveliest in a
That Honolulu sneiutv 1ms nrnved
itself justly discriminating in public
entertainments, und real aitists may
always count on this as a oood three-
That the adviser of pig-selling and
rifle-buying wanted lo nivu himself,
up this morning, but the authorities
considered lie ws not needing their
protection just yet.
That the Honolulu Base Hall Club
Is not composed of back numbers, as
some had hastily concluded,
That tho trade winds now pipin.g ,
up will blow treason from the laud.
That "Citizen" reflects the opinion
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-)
1 columns of interesting leading
mutters. Mailed to foreign couutnes,
S5; Inlands 84
This is only to remind you that TO-MOll-RQAY
will be a good time to visit our Store,
We are selling Goods at und below cost
for. TWO WEEKS ONLY !
THE BOAT RACE.
Ilclwrrn Ihp Myrtli-H unit IlonlnulN
To-in o ni. v A Tie I nun n.
The Heiihni ai.d Myrtle boat
clubs' six-i ared i ice will take plneo
to-morrow tifterin in it 5 o'clock.
The boat- will be the Myrtle's Alice
M and the Itealani's new gig, lo be
ii'iuicil belore the race. There is a
s'tuht bi'ch in the crews over the
"-iili-i litre ol .liiines Spencer in the
Ile.iluiii'- boat, he Myttles claiming
linn in li.- a M'lnor and not being
named a -,111111111110. The Healatti
captain's explanation is that when
the nice was milled two substitutes
were allowed. In- naming one without
ineiitioiiiim the other. A forfeit of
S")U lias been jiiii up. The Myrtles
have not done au, tiling with regard
lo Spi neer and 11 satisfactory adjust
ment of the dilliculty is expected.
Two of the Ileulanl men have been
laid uj) since tin- crew started in to
practice, but the present crew is iu
line mettle. The Myrtle's boys feel
that they will make it warm for their
opponents. The following arc the
L. de L. Ward, stroke ; James
Spencer, Chris. Holt, A. L. C. At
kinson, Henry Walker and Frank
Woods. Chas. Herrick, coxswain.
O. Sorenson, stroke; W. D. Arm
strong, Geoige Angus, Chas. Crane,
II. A. Giles and Kuby A. Dexter.
A. A. Wi tiler, coxswain.
C. J. McCauthy has lots on Lililia
street for sale. ;j-tf
N. F. Bukoess hab choice fowls foi
sale at a bargain.
Titos Ciininii.uv is to the fore
again with grnpt-s.
Aitki! stiaung Use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic, liensnn, Smith it Co., Agents.
SliMitlHN tclieved nt once by Cu
cumber 'Ionic. Benson, Muilli it Co.,
Native Fans and Cuiios in gie.it
variety at the "Elite" Ice Cream
The public; are invited to attend (he
opening of the Legislutuic at noon
The Brunswick bilbaid jiarlorb uie
the most elegant jdeasiue resoit iu
"Whekk shall I see you this even
ing?" "Oh, sumo old place, the
FitESH rolls and doughnuts and a
line cuj) of eotlee you can get eeiy
morning at tho "Elite" Ice Cream
junpetties in the
Kajiahulu will be
J. F. Morgan on
pasture lands of
sold at auction by
the 13th ol June.
Delicious cori'ee and chocolate will
lie served every inurniiig curly at the
Palace Ice Cieani Parlors, Ludwigson,
it Cion, Hotel hticet. 1-U
Ovide Musin the violinist will give
another concert Thursday evening,
for which the box plan is now ojien
at L. J. Levey's ollice.
Get your ooots and shoes made
and rejiaired by the old W.iiluku
shtiemuker, L. Toenniks, on East
Hotel street. Fiist-class work, low
jirices. 4. u
Dkeskmaking, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Bere
tunia stieet, or Mutual telephone (i'JIi,
before 8 a. in. or 5:30 p. m. 8-3in
I . . ., ..
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Korl A.- ICliitr l immjIh.
WIm'H you want a l'orlrait
Enlarged call on Kinj? Bros.,
gl their price llwl and hcc
HUiunlen. They can't be bout.
CHAS. J. FISBEiEir i
A GOOD INVESTMENT
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UNION MILL CO,
KOHALA SUGAR CO.,
HILO SUGAR CO.,
AND THERE SHOULD BE ONE ON YOURS !
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HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oio. S-prockel.s' Batm, Honnliln
DIAPHRAGM SHUTTER !
Is the very latest neliii'vemciit in
Thc.-e Sun run-, the
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AMI 'I III: NEW
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ARE FOB :-ALE BV
HOL'LISTER & CO .
Solo Agents for the Hawaiian I-land-.
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04 t-or-t street, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY LATEST STYLES IN
Hats, Bonnets & ioques!
NEW TRIMMINGS ! NEW RIBBONS !
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS !
Special Reduction ia School Hats
csr FOR I WEEK ONLY
CHILDREN3' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 GTS.
CONS'IITUTIXO THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 18.VJ BY C. E. WILLIAM? FOB CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cuiiel Making Opholsleriiig & Uokliiki
Business in Honolulu are mill etaut, and the builne-.", it originator an
jire-ont )roifletor lietu to stay, llavinn iuich 1-1'd liie eiune interest of
the late lliiu of II, il. Williams & Co., couiiiiiug the laigo-it stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In lloiiolulu-, jii'luei)dly -elected by II. IL. WiHianm during ld late, three
months' l-it to the (Juasi, I now offer this stock and futuin additions for
UA&ll at priei's uiiich less llian heretofore charged.
taJf" Tho undersigned In resinning his old jilaeo and Imslue-s would resjiect
fully tender hi- gialefi.l thinks fur ihu liberal patiouagu of old friends of thW
und' iieighhoiiug Islands, and hupi" lo meiil a eiiutliiiiiiucu of their favors whilo
j soliciting a share liom new fi lends; and again offeia his servicoi In
1 Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
i By Experienced and Caieful Men with Miit.ibU' Apparatus.
I Muttinn nf Riinnrior Dnalitv Furnished nod Laid Iw Comnetent VI ell I
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fcsDr PIANOS FOR SALE OR
JUST RECEIVED Ex, "BENMORE"
0g AND FOB HALE AT LOWEST MABICET HATES. a&
C'iihph IS. & N. OliO U IS N ISV A (douhlo herried).
" .1. 1). K. & Z. l C- I'ottlos each).
" U. & N. KliV JtKAXD (small while hottle3).
do lo (small black bottles).
Also, Foster's Porter ia Quarts and Pints.
LOVRIOY -te CO.,
"Foster Block," IU Nuuunu stieet, Honolulu.
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This is the time when new hind is
prepared foi planting. If you don't
Want 0 repetition of last year's dis
comforts cast aside the old plow
and get the
HENDRY BREAKER 1
They arc in successful use on the
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