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Arrive Honoullull.. 7 :!2C 0:S7 2:n7 o:3t
Leave Honoullull.. 7:30 10:41! A il'l S:l2t
rrivo Honolulu. ..8 :',I 11:55 4ifiii (1:60$
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Arrive Pearl Clly
Lcavo Pear' Clly..(!:ot)
Arrive Honolu'u...U:IO .
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TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1892.
lliit lik Velocity, Martin, from Hong
kong Stnir Kiuau from Maui mid I In wall
Stun las Mnkcc from Kauai
S S Australia, Hm.dlcttc, for
elscn at 12 noon
Stnir W G hall for Mani and
10 a in
Stnir C It Hi-mop for Wsiiantie and Wai-
alni at 'J a m
Stnir Kilauca Hon for Kukaian ami Oo-
kala at 4 p m
Stnir Cluiicliiie for Maul at 5 p in
Sttm-Mikuhala for Kauai at ." p in
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
-lCO.i bush snnr
bairs rice and !) nkiiK siinilrics.
totinr Kinan !244 bags sugar, 152 sheop.
2 lion-es, 110 ea'-es pineapples, 1:10
bags potatoes, 45 bags coin, 1-10
From Kauai, per stnir James Makee,
May 21' ol Z S Spaliling, Miss M Ken
nedy, and 4 deck.
1'iom Maui and Hawaii, per stnir
Kinan, May 2411 V McIntoh, W
L Kaholokahiki and wife, L U llogin',
V M Sw.uiav. J 1' C llogui, Miss M
1 Forbes, T l Key worth, Hon W E
Edinoiiils, Miss M IVrry, J S Canario,
Manuel IIomi and wife, T M Starkey,
S. Hon J M Horner, Albert Horner, ulis
C IC Stillman and borviint, Mrs II M
"ti'illmioi, Mrc h Abuti, Hon U I' Ku
lnauohii, T V (J.iy. MrsO L Hopkins,
J O Loin:, IjUiii lling and wife, T E
Evans, E Friel, Mrs r White, and 78
For Maui and Il'iw.iii, per tiur W G
Mad, May 2t For tho Vole.iuo: Mrs
Floumoy,' Miss MeMntrie, Mr Hut. .Miss
G .Sehlaneter, Hugo Goldsmith. For
way ports: Miss Greemvell. I) L Mover,
y tk.nia, M.r Gr.mberg, J Todd, and 53
For Sun Francisco, per S S Austra
lia, May 24 .Mrs B worth, Miss Pal
mer, 1$ H Hawks, Mr and Mis C L
Goddard, l)i C T Ilodgers and wife,
V? F Wilson, Geo A Mirick, Miss'
Sunipson, Miss J Puulsoll, Miss A
Nott, 10 Foieter, E Hopkins, AH
Tiirroy, T J Birch, Mrs J WoMi and
eon, M Thoniphoii, F Godhe, Mrs .1 D
Tucker, II lulilien and maid, Alrr. A
E Wilson, Mrs J E Goddard, O Swain
iiml wife, Misses Land E Moore, Miss
V Gilliland, Mi.-s Sill, L 15 Hoguo,
Miss J McLean, Mis Kiikl.iud, Mrs E
S Cunha and, 2 ehildicu, .1 Antiion,
wife unci -3 children, W Gruinhagen,
I W Haas, Mrs S A G Gans, Mrs
L'ieuten.iut Dyer and Miss Dver, Mrs
It O Spalding, Mrs J Dewey, V V
Toler and wife, lion Paul Isonberg,
M.rs W 11 Brown, Miss Isenberg, Mrs
C Uarpentier, Miss Wait, Miss Kirke
terp, F V McDonald and wife, Colonel
Spalding, Dr. Olaiko, J Shirley, Hon
O It Bishop, W J ltiti'hiu and wife,
Mrs K llalsteud, Miss Bernice II il
stead, Mrs Dixon, Mis E Norton, Mrs
Admiral Brown and child.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S San Fiauclsi'o, Itear-Aihnlral
Urown, fi mu San Diego
Am is stnir Morning btar, Garland,
fioni South M'ii Islands
Am ship J C Potter, Meyer, from New
castle. N S W
Am bk Sonoma, Lee, from Sun Fran
cisco Am fi-m sehr Louis, Hatch, fiom New
castle. N h XV
Am 4-niMd fehr Carrier Dpye, Iliandt,
folil Newcastle. N S V
Am tiMiie Foiest Queen, Nelson, from
Am liMiiu " N Custlo, Hubbiiid, from sail
Am lk Klslnme, Pel kins, fiom New
castle, N 8 W
Br ship Benniorc, Jenkins, from Liver
pool Nur bk Poseidon, Itjoruson, from New
castle. N S W
Am 4-uiusted bl.tiio Chillies F Crocker,
I.uiiil, fiom j-yiluey, N S W
Jit It uk Velocity liom Hongkong
Tho German hark Johu O Potter has
been moved to tho OSS dock to receive
The' bark Forest Queen Is lying at tho
The ships in the haihor were gully
dressed in binning tu-day, Iu honor of
Queen Victoria's birthday. .
Thu f-iuasied buikciuluo Chni'los
Crocker IWng in tho sfi earn Is vvi tons
register and has 1200 tons of coal ou
houid without any on deck. 'I Ids ve
B Is cupilblu of eaiiyilig IGOOloiioof
Sailed Muv 17, 1-iuiisted schooner
"urltuu. Capi Poieisuu, fir Hun Kr.iu-
tco with full O4iro of siigir
AiriveilMuy '2, Imikeulluu Amelia,
!apt Ward, 24 days from Port Towii-
uid with cargo of lumber.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Wi:i.(!OMn lii'ino, siujrcr.
Lr.rTKit for "12" at this i.ffloc.
Govic:inmi:nt iill'ieea closed at noon
Tin: dredger is doing good work on
Thk firm of Theo. 11. Davie &. Co.
closed lit noon to-day.
Diamond Hkad, 15 p. in. Wealhei
clear, wind fresh northeast.
Tin: Australia's mail hence com
irihi d 11,870 Icitci.-i and 5020 papcis.
Fun vnriuiis leiiEous the conceit for
the Kiiuui ludutttriiil School is post
poned for tho present.
Ed. L. IIalks lost iflitO on Sunday
night between Wuikiki and town, and
has ofl'oied n reward of $'10.
Don't forget that the box plan foi
the Musin concert Thursday evening
is now open at Mr. Levey's otllue.
D. T. Whitk was anested yesterday
for intending to commit an ull'euse
The trial will conie up on Saiiinlay.
Thk Hny.il Hawaiian band erc
nailed Major Wodeliousc, lit it ili ilom
mitsioiier, at his icsideiice this inurii
i"B. Tin: band conoert hi the lliiw.iiiu i
Hotel last, evoni g, complimeniury in
Mrs. Admiral Blown, wu"s a brilliaii
J. C. Paciikco, u Portuguese, was
found guilty of assault anil battery
this morning and lined $20 in the
Tin: llugpoln in the Government
building yard was safely put up yes
teiday, lcpaintcd and with a solid
base put on il.
W. .1. ltliclll'i:, assistant managei
of the S. F. Examine!, and wile, re
lumed on the Atistiulia after a flying
visit of a week.
Thk W. C. T. U. will give a lunch
in tho parlors of the Central Union
Church on Thursday from 10 :U0
o'clock to 1:110 p. ui.
Mus. Brown was given a farewell
torenade at the Admiral's cottage by
the baud of the U. S. Flagship San
Francisco this morning.
The front ot the new Bulletin
building, on Merchant street, is about
completed, and makes a "monkey" of
buildings in its ueighboiliood.
Consular and Government flags
are Hying to-day iu honor of Queen
Victoria's biithduy. The Union Jack
is Hying at the U. S. flagship Sun
T. 1. Cummincs is nursing a sore
hand this morning. Tom was insult
ed last night and struck the iusuller.
His knuckles not being used to such
service were sprained.
The many friends of Mr. T. M.
Slaikey were delighted to welcome
home their esteemed friend after a
prolonged ubfcncu at ihc Volcano.
They intend to tender him a rousing
reception this evening.
II. D. St Claik, who has been par
ading the streets, a cock of the walk,
was unvoted yesterday on two
charges, assault and vagrancy. The
authorities thought fit to uol. pros,
both chuigcs this morning.
Thk sale of leases of Government
land at South Komi, Hawaii, and
Koolaupoko, O.ihu, will take place to
monow at noon at the front entrance
of Aliiolani Hale. Descriptions of tho
lands can be seen in the official col
umn. Mit. G. E TiintiM has succeeded
Mr. O. C Swain, left the kingdom, as
delivery cleik in the General Post
Office. Mr. Thium, who comes from
the Savings Bank department, is suc
ceeded theio by Mr. John 1). Holt, a
Mr. W. F. Wilson, of Theo. H.
Davies &. Co 's staff, left by to-day's
steamor for n visit to his native land,
Scotland. He was the right bund for
business in the Scottish Thistle Club,
whoso fellow-members will long for
Major Wodebouse, British Com
missioner, is holding tin informal re
ception at the Legation this afternoon
iu honor of Queen Victoria's birthday,
and many officials and others have
called to present tlieircougratulations
on tho event.
Police Captain E. Hopkins left by
to-day's steamer, tinned witli oxtnuli
tiou papers for the leturu from San
Francisco of Illinois Wise, tho coloied
cook of the barkentine V. II. Di
inond, who is under arrest, charged
with the murder of the Chinaman
whose body was found iu Honolulu
harbor Sunday morning, April 17.
The departure of the Australia at
noon to-day was a lively occasion, a
largo crowd being present. The Roy
al Hawaiian Band played previous to
the steamer's leaving. Many promi
nent people were passengers. Mis.
Admiial Brown was diiveu fiom the
Hotel in the Queen's private o irriago
ami many were the farewells, illus
trated with leis of beautitiil llowers,
pajd the amiable and popular lady.
A HEAVY FINE.
Captain llurrtson .Mulcted I u 850 fur
Ansnult on IIIn Win.
Capt. J. II. Harrison was brought I
before the Police Justice this morn- i
iug, chuiged with assault and battery I
on his wile, Phtebe Harrison, yester- j
day afternoon. Mrs. Harrison com
plained that tho captain had come
home and growled al his son about f, '
corrcl lioroej ami, co'iiiiiiunded, h'liii to
fie homo' at a certain tluio. 'Phis the j
lad failed to do and consequently the ;
family rumpus which reHlpil W tlip '
tubulin. Tim dpfeiuanl enert U'P. !
charge and accused the complainant j
of tho assault, His Honor, however, '
found him guilty and sentenced him '
to pay a lino ot SftO and 83 costs.
Cecil Brown, for defendant, noted
au appeal to the Intermediary Court.
l.lttlc 'hlnrM' l.nl II
.if llln Srnlp
A Utile Chinese son of Loo Chuck
Sinn, a Chinese mere-hunt and partner
in the firm of Hang Lung Keo & Co.,
was run over on Sinilli street this
morning anil seriously hurt. Dr. J.
S. McGrew wu9 called in unci render
ed all the assistance possible, hut
the condition of the child is very
A Uumxtin reporter elicited the
following fauts. About 7 :1HI o'clock
this morning a Chinaman named Lai
Quai was driving a iiilihish w.igoo
down Muiinakcn siteel when, neai
Hotel street, the reins got entangled
tinder the horse's tail, caring him
and causing him to boll. The Chi tin
man in his excitement was powerless,
and the frightened animal turned
into Smith street. The little hoy
playing on the street was knocked
down, the heavy wagon wheels pass
ing over his head. The scalp was
torn off and thrown back on the lit
tle lad's head. Dr. McGrew sewed
the scalp on again, but says there is
no chance of recovery.
Lai Quai was arrested at 7 : -1 o
o'clock and taken to the Police
Station, where a charge of furious
and heedless driving whs entered
against linn, lie was not admitted
to bail, pending the result of the lad's
injuries. The patient was resting
easy this afternoon.
THE VELOCITY ARRIVES.
The British hark Velocity, Captain
Mai tin, arrived this morning from
Hongkong with forty Chinese 5
women, 1! gills and 32 males and
docked at Brewer's wharf. The
Velocity left on March 14th, conse
quently was 85 days on the passage.
The h nglhy passage is attributed to
rough weather and head winds.
Captain Martin was interviewed
by a Bulli:tin reporter this after
noon with regard to his having ac
cused a Customs official of having
put some opium on board his vessel
on the last trip, to be delivered to
another vessel when a hundred miles
out from Honolulu.
The captain was reticent at firsl,
hut later stated that the evidence
was not reported correctly, and that
he Lad said nothing of the nature
mentioned on trial. The fact was
that without his knowledge the opium
was put on board by the customs of
ficial for the Chinese charterer of the
Fuither than tho above statement
Captain Martin refused to say any
thing. Nobody is allowed on hoard
The Velocity is consigned to Hang
Lung Kee Co.
THE ARIOH DANCE.
The ArioirClnb gave a social and
dance at their hall yesterday even
ing. The different committees were
composed of E. II. F. Wolters, D.
W. Roach, J. L. Meyer, O. Trusch
ler, Jno. Coakley and J. Barber.
Dancing commenced at 8 o'clock to
excellent music furnished by the
Quintet Club, Jr., and was kept up
with a zest to a late hour. The
management was so perfect that
everything went off nicely and all
present voted the social as usual a
success in every way. The usual
beverages flowed in abundance. In
vitations had only been issued to a
select few, consequently the attend
ance was not large,
A STRANCE SAIL.
The Collector reports from Kahu
lui, Maui, that a strange foieign
schooner was seen by him near
Haiku. The schooner was nearly a
wreck, and when last seen was stand
ing toward liana.' It was painted
white and a fast sailer. The autho
rities are keeping a close watch on
SCIENCE VS. RELIGION.
A Portland physician and a Bath
theologian were in the Bowdoin
Medical School recently examining
slides of peculiar glands.
The physician began a scientific
discussion, and the clergyman,
becoming wearied of the subject,
exclaimed, "You doctors know so
much about the uncertainties of this
life that 1 should think that you
would uot want to live!'' Whereupon
Ihe physician retorted, "You theolo
giaiis tell us so much about the
uncertainties of the next woild that
we don't waut to die 1" N. Y.
Mr. J. P. Blaize, an extensive real
estate dealer in Dcs Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of the severest
attacks of pneumonia while in the
northern part of that state during a
recent blizzard, says the JSuturrftty
Jieuicw, Mr. Blaize had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to got warm, and in
side of an hour after his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung fever. Mr. Bltiize
sent to the nearest ding store ami
' got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
j Remedy, of which he had often
I heard, and took a number of large
I dobes. He says the effect was won
j derful and that iu a short time he
was breathing cftiitu easily. He kept
on taking the medicine and the nc,t
1 day was able to coino lo Dee nlol'es.'
1 ftjr. UluiyU 'regards hlutauoas simply
i wonderful. Kilty cent bottles for
j sale by all dealers. Benson., SnHli
The bent tiling to hoihI to r r .
your IrlendH abroad iHlvlntribr TWO WEEKS ONLY !
IJroH, JlliiHlrated Souvenir I
of Hawaii, which Ih gotten
up lor the purpoHe and
not an ailvertiHcmeut,
t 0 Atd ..
MuliUHteN of n IHmir Nit Moll
Unci". In Our l.n.iv
A very interesting assumpsit uit
has been pending in the Police Court
for souip time, and termimilcd mi
Monday, being: F. J. Kriiger v.
Geo. Iloss; Minister of Interior, gar
nishee. Pleaded general Issue and
infancy. W C. Aehi for plaintiff ;
A. hosa for defendant. Other suit
ors uaainst the same peismi were Go
mes and Lack. The Court made tho
1. The liability of a minor lo pay
for goods furnished him is not de
termined by our statutes and has not
been specifically passed upon bj' Ihe
Supreme Com t.
2.- Even al Common Law, in an
action of this mttutc, the plea of in
fancy is not itself sulllcient, il must
also appear that the articles furnished
were not necessaries.
3. The plea of infancy is contrary
to the intent and meaning of the
statute under which this action is
The plea is therefore over-ruled at
this stage of the case; either party
may produce further evidence, and
the" Court will render such judg
ment as is warranted by the facts.
Judgment was given for the plain
tiff ou Monday.
A Wliltr Mnii lliilrlii'roil by Julian
'K lii Konn.
Mr. J. C. Long, who arrived by
the Kimiu this morning, brings a re
port that a while luna on a cofi'ee
plantation iu Kona had been brutally
mu i del ed by Japanese laborers. The
murderers, it is said, cut their victim
to pieces. Mr. E. G. Hitchcock,
Sheriff, had gone to Kona to secure
the arrest ol the perpetrators of the
O. J. McCarthy has lots on
stieet for sale.
Arn:i shaving use Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, .Smith it Co., Agents,
cumber Tonic. Hen
at once by Cu
on, Smith it Co.,
Native Fans anil Curios in great
variety at the "Elite" Ice ('ream
Parlors. 4-1 m
H. Lose bus been appointed solo
collector for the Mutual Telephone
The Brunswick billiard parlors are
the most elegant pleasure reeort in
"Where shall I see you this even-,
iug?" "Oil, tame old place, the
Fresh rolls and doughnuts and a
line Oup of cofi'ee you can get every
morning at tho "Elite"' Ice Cream
Delicious codec and chocolate will
be served every morning eaily at the '
Palace lee Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Cion, Hotel street. 1-lf
Get your ooots and shoes made
and repaired ly the old W.iiluku
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on Eu-t
Hotel stieet. Fiist-cl.iss work, low
Hoiiron, Newman & Co. give mini
ature pictures of favorite soaps in
their space. "Wash und be clean,"
is an easy injunction to obey with
these articles available.
Dressmaking, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF. 73 Berc
tania stieet, or Mutual telephone GDI),
befoic 8 a. in. or 5:30 p. in. 8-3nt
Lo.va after tin advertiser has filled
his want tluough advertising iu the
Bui.LEHN, answers keep dropping in
for him. This is the way to make
customers drop iu tell the pcoplo
what you have to sell.
When you want! a i'ortrait
Enlarged call on Kin IJro.s.,
got their piiuo lift and .see
Hiimiih. Tliev cjin't be bent.
L. J. Levey.
.Lessee Jb Malinger.
Ity special deslio the management,
decided to give ONE MOHK
On Thursday Eyeaiug, May 26th,
(Ml which occasion
Will Play the
Suite if Franz Ries In 4 Parts
Udr Also, Itussliiu Airs of Wleiilauski I
and an Kiillto Cliiuigu ol rrogiaiinno
Bir Box Plan
L. .1. Levey.
now open at
111 make collections for tho Mutual
C. O. BKROER,
Honolulu, May LM, 181)2. !!?! Hi
This is only to remind you tlia,t TQ-MOH-HqAY
will be a good time lo visit our Store.
I Wo are selling Goods at and below cost
"TEST "AL;.. I
Ottawa (Out. V Miv 5. The im
peachmnnl of Sir Adolplic 1'. Carmi,
Postmasicr-Gi'iiprnl of Canada, for
nialfcnsirici in ollloo, on charges pre
ferred by J. D Kdgnr,metnher of
Pitilinini ut fir West Ontario, as
Mimed a new and almost unexpected
iitupo yc-'t' i day.
It is now luu weeks since Edgar,
from hU place in Hie House, charged
thai Sir Adolphe Caron had, as Mill
iitei ol Hie Ciown, advocated the
siHi-idi.it.g of v i lain railway coin
panics In Mil' ninoiint of 81,000,000,
lie himself being personally and
largely interested in one of the com
panies; i unlit r, 'hat out of Hie sub
sidies, from ui"ii who were inn listed
with spending public money, Sir
Adolphe had r ceived large sums
winch he had expended in bribery,
spending oM'i oH'0,000 in endeavor
ing to seciiie the election of himself
and twenty-liMi others. Edgar on
that occasion moved that the House
appoint a committee to inquire into
the truth of the chaiges. Sir John
Thompson, Minister of Justice and
Conservative leader of the House,
opposed this proceeding on the ground
that tlie charges were not sullleiently
David Mills, Sir Richard. Cart
wright and J. D. Edgar, in their
speeches all accused Sir Adolphe of
taking public moneys to debauch
constituencies, with conspiracy, and
with having made a return of his
election expenses iif Quebec amount
ing lo about one-tenth of what nas
On the reopening of the debate
yesterday Mackenzie Boivcil, Minis
ter of Militia, cut a large poitiou ol
the ground from under the feet of
the opposition by abandoning Hie
position occupied by the Government,
and shoving in an amendment to
Edgar's motion that a renal commis
sion be appointed to take evidence
ou all the charges, and to lay it be
fore the House when completed.
1 The di bate was.coiitinued through.
! out the night. Sir Kichard Cart
1 wright moved as an amendment to
the amendment that till words in
Hon. Mackenzie Bowi IPs amendment
be struck o it and words lo this effect
1 substituted: ''1'hat this House io
nises to allow the investigation into
these charges to be removed from its
jurisdiction and to be committed lo a
body composed of one or more com
missioners appointed by Adolphe
Caron and his colleagues, they to al
low the charges to be dropped and a
new set of charges prepared by Sir
Adolphe Caron and his colleagues to
be tried, and that this House views
the matter as a violation of ils privi
leges, as unparliamentary ami unfair,
and designed to defeat the ends of
justice." After an extended debate
a division resulted in the motion be
ing rejected ayes G3, noes 12a
showing a majority for the Govern
ment of 02.
i 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.
When in need of SOA 1'
that you will be better
suited eveiy way by go
ing to a stoic that keeps
assort incut of the article re-
believe it may in
you to know that
store is that place
week we call vout
to a new soap in this mur-
kct. As the maniifaclUH-rs have not
been in business for centuries they
are willing to stjafwis purl with
their proiiiictfrWwicc for less mo
ney than old "aJ&i&JsiJW e r houses,
and you re siSSSS cujvo t It e
.las. S. Kirk & Co. are striving to
make as good an article ax the other
soap makers and rv vMAi their
Shandon Bells YSvlAa soap i
equal tu the best. psl)
There cuts do (''"T''r ' not re
present the size of the cakes, but the
difference is in the price.
The store that sells tho
best soda will sell the most
soup, You me a judge of
I QUEEN BATH!
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Ciiriiei' l''oi'l Ar ICInir l im-oI i
HENS VOli SAL.E!
N account of removal to
Plains. 1 shall sell my Hen,
consisting of aboul Six Do.en
Common anil llalf-lireeil. at
" oil for the table, having
been fed on corn and wheat. Also, Ten
Urown Leghorns with CocKctull, pi leu
825: the cheapest ever known.
X. F. I1UKGKSS.
Mutual Tel. No IM
. liull iilid Jersey Ilei
fei. the latter about four
weeks of calving, also Two
ho seen ou Kiuau street,
or at Pacific Iron Woiks.
OJSiS. J. MSHEL.
. jwim mfffirj.
A GOOD INVESTMENT
UNION MILL CO,
KOHALA SUGAR CO.,
HILO SUGAR CO.,
ANO THERE SHOULD
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort stieet, nppo. Spn-ckels' ltiiuv, Hono'tibi
DUPIIIIAGM SII0TT1 !
Is the very latest aehii vement in
The-e Siir'i runs, tin
AND nil: ST.W
A HE Ft J It S,
AltE Ft J It SAL 12 BY
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian Nl.ind-
104 Fort &trc:i., Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
Special Reduction io. School Hats
fiar FOR I WEEK ONLY -a
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL MIS FOR 25 CTS.
The " OL
s.i.s - mtF' ' ir7 "?
tw-i j w
COXS'l ITU 1'ING THE "PIONEER
IN IS5!) BY C. 12. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING Till
taitorc, Cabinet Mdkiiit
Bttsiiiosn lu Honolulu tie still extant, anil ihe business
nrefout iirmniutor lime to tnv. llaviu niirelia'd ihe
the late Ilriu ol 11. ll. liuauis ,V L'o., eoiupllsitig ine i.tigesi stocs ot
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; prineip illy selected by II. II. Williams timing his Into three
uiuuths' visit to ihe C'at. 1 now offer this slock innl fuiiiie additions for
CASH at prices much loss than heretoluru charged.
liSir This iiiiderslgued in lesiiinlng his old place and business would respect
fully tender hl grateful thanks fur the liheial patronage of old friends of this
and Heightening Islands, and hopes lo niei ll a continuance f their favors whllo
sollcllhig a shine fiom new It lends; mid ttgiilu uffuio his services In
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
My Experienced and Caieftil Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Finished and Laid by Competent Vlen !
fear PIANOS FOR. SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -
arANl) FOR SALI2 A I"
&. N. OLO GEXEVA (double berried).
I). K. & Z. do ('-'(J bolltes each).
& . KLV ltKANl) (small white bottles).
' do do (small black bottles).
Also, Foster's Porter in Quarts and Pints.
I'u.ior Mloek," N Nuuaim tieol, Iluuululu.
ii ....,.! ii'. I :u -iM
This is the time when new land is
prepared for planting. If you don't
want a repetition of last year's dis
comforts cast aside Ihe old plow
and get the
HENDRY BREAKER !
They are in successful iipu on the
waimanalo "sugar co.,
l-iome-er sugar mill co,
hak .lau plantation.,
BE ONE ON YOURS!
LATEST STYLES IN
NEW RIBBONS !
PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON'
ill iWrllI fl
& FORT STREETS,
FOR CONDUCTING THE
liiiliokteiui & linilisrlaki1'?
Its originator an
entire, interest ot
LOWEST MARKET RATES. jg&
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