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Liava Moniilulu. ..ti'l.V fi Mr. 1 : 15 4 rUfi?
Arrive Honouiiuil.. 7 :!tt' liin7U:57 6:.)i
L'javi-Honnulitili..T::U 10:43 .1-41 fiiiat
Arrive Hrnolulii. . .8 :,!,V 1 1 :;. I ".AS GtfitH
1T.AUI, CITY MXJAI..
Lnave Honolulu 3:20!)
Ainvo P.ail Oily .... o:i8Jj ...
leivea' Cl'y. .J:00
IVmvfl Itono'u u...(!:4(l
t Satiirduvs onlv.
TldrH. Mini anil rtlonn,
II V C. J. I.VONS.
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5 5155 a,s g s
li.m. ' ii.m. ii.m. p.m.
Mon. 'it 1 111 n :i 8 Oi 7 41) .1 In1 U3." :i 20
Tim. SI 2 40 1 3.1 8 20 8 20 3 1VI 0 S.V 4 II
Weil. II Hll 2 15 MO U 20 5 13 0 aj 4 4s
Vlmrs. 20 3 40l 3 7, a ll II OS IS. fl 30 7 :.
Tvl. 27 4 101 4 20 H 10 11 30 ft 18 0 3(1 8 II
S.lt. 23 1 23, 5 30 30 .... 5 18 0 3" !l 45
Sun. 21 5 40 0 23 10 0 1 0 5 13' 0 37 10 37
Xow tnouii on the 2Mli ut "h. IMii. p, m.
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 2f, 1802.
Am bktue Irmgniil, Schmidt, 174 day-
from Sun Francisco
Sclir Mille .Morns from Ivoolaii
Stmr Pflu from Kiimil
Mny 2."i -Am
liktiic hX Cuttle, llubbaril, for San
.Stun nit Mukuc from Kauai ut I p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Pelu U0 1 b.iga fiij'.ir.
For Maui, pur stmr Claiitliiic, May 21
V. A llruwn, wifu mid family, JJ
Strou;li, a JJoiba, Mis Kowlanil ami
cliilil. Mis J F Mi'lCeiixIu, irs D Ocutor
inul child, JLU llaim-", J IMas, J Hty
nolds, ami about 50 duck.
Fur Kauai, pur stmr Mikahala, May 21
Mrs ampbcli and nurse, Mra Ilokls
worth. child and muse, I)r Ciunpbcll.
air pioull, til Fhju, a W Iluyiitinanu.
airaud Airs II Ueubcig. Ml Gjeitluun
TF Lansing. It U hpti iliujj, .) Fuilt-y.
Mis Uoichrciivick. MUa Grucu, I) Mor
ton, Mra Miiith. Mra I'iiipu
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
H 1 M S llli-i, Mori, fiom.laiiau
H M S S Miiriiiosi, llaywiiid, from Han
Francisco, .111110 :5
Am ship l'actolus, lieiulle, from New
castle, M S W
Am bk Munaiia, Thomas, from Ncw-ca-ilu,
X S W
Ger bk .) (J l'lltiger, from iireinen, Julv
Ger bk J C Glade, from Liveipool, Jinn'
ilaw hk Fooling Suey, from Boston,
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORi.
S S trail FianeUi'o, llear-Adniiral
Brown, from Han Diego
Am is stmr Morning htur, Garland,
from South ea Isluuils
Am ship J O Fotlur, Meyer, fiom New
Am o-in sclir htiitis, Hatch, fiom New
catle. N ft V
Am 4-m-td sclir Carrier Dove, Brandt,
lroiii Newcastle. X S W
Am bktue Forest Queen, Nelson, from
Am hk Elsiuore, l'erkins, from New
castle, X S XV
Br ship liuiiinorc, .lenkins, from Liver
pool Xor bk J'oscidoii, Hjoriiaon, front New
castle. X S W
Am 4-miistcd bktue ("liailcs F Crocker,
L11111I. fiom .-'yilney, N h V
IhitbK Velocity irom Hongkong
The lintish bark Velocity coinmeneed
discliargiug yesterday afternoon
It wubu gala day on the city front
Tlie steamer Clautliiie left ycaterday
on her icgu.ar route, expecting to return
'i'ho tcalnel Kiuaii will leave as usual
The bai ken tine Irmgard docked at
Hi ewer's wharf at 1:30 o'clock this after,
noon. Stie has a geueial cargo.
The bai k Sm.onm, Lee, muster, will
leave 011 Fiiday. 'he Is it'ueiving sugar
on botli. port ami starboard.
The harkeiitlne S X Castle, L If Hub
bard, master, sailed to. day for the
Golden Gate with the following cargo:
lo.'.'lia baga of sugar, weighing 1,780,421
pounds, and valued ut &4i!,(ilG.U(i, uud
120 bbls of molassp-., ;ili-r gallons.
'Ihu bS Au-tiallu, Houtllette, master,
which left yestuidny, can led among
other sundry uitli'les 10,117 bags bugar,
2iuo It gs rice, -I r : 1 1 ) buuclies bamuuis,
2.')1 huxes pineapples, Jill boxts fruit and
betel leaves, 710 bundles green hide-., U
bundles hlieep skiua uud S liundles gout
hkliis, ami bag colfee.
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ALVKS-ln this city, May2l, 1B92, to
the w ife of .1. S. Alves, a sou.
MAHKLOXA- In Honolulu, May 21,
lHi'2, bamiiel Malielouti, of heart
disease, aged ai years.
(Sff- The funeial will tuko place to-
nioriow afteiiinou at 4 o'clock from
A traveling limn who uhaneetl to
be in lliu bture of E. V. Wood, at
AlcKecs Kouks, l'o., says while he
wub wniliu to see Mr. Wood, u little
girl (mini) in with an empty bottle, la
heled Chuuiburluiii't) l'atn IJalin and
baid; iMainma wants another but
lle of that im-di-lnu; blie Bays it it
tliu licit ineilicinuiur rlieiiuiulibin sliu
ever uai'd." 50 cent bullies lur sale
by all dealers, llcnsuu, Smith &Uu.,
v ?t.-4Wf "Wf-"
LOCAL AND GEMERAL NEWS.
Tun trade winds uru placing llio i
"t'oMMrar on Spoils" appears It)- '
Mil T S. Miintliw.clc left fur
Coast llV tilt) (Jastle.
V iijpt class chowder sowed lit llio
church lunch to mnrio'-v.
DlAMO.VU IlKAl), ;) I). 111. Weatboi j
eliMr, wind froili ii'irtlt-Mst.
Tun llealiini mnl Myitle boit clubs
will buve uiitiilu-r liM'U in ilia limn
'I'm: HUM cuiu'erl by Hi" M'l-in
Conipaiiv will tiki) jil ice 1',-iiuii'ihW
Tin-. IT. S. F. S. S.ui Fr.Hii'isoii eleo
trio ne.m'h ligli'i Hashed over the oil
T W. C.'l". I), lunch tomorrow
will be from 11:30 to 1:30 at Central
Union Church parlors.
Tuitfiru box in mio of Mm tr.uti c.ira
fell yesterday tin Ibi'seat just vaunted,
luckily, by a litllo giil.
A fi.vi: bo.it uaiiiti mi the British
bail; Velocity ycsteid iy. It wnc
readily purob isid by a native at n
TlIK lri';io:i en'O agniusl K. W
Wilciix, V. V. Yohfiiril niitlotlii'i- wi'l
be heiiid befoio .luilgv Dulu in the
Suptvine Court to-umrii w
A HATi'AMtiN from the U. S. F S.
San Francisco was landed to-tlay and
hud drill on shore. They returned lo
(be phip ut 12 o'clock noon.
Look out for very high afternoon
tides, all (ho rest of this week, with
fresh trades and showets morning iintl
evening, particularly on Fridiy.
TriK yachts Hawaii, llealani, Pokii,(
the All-Italian visitor and the bcotcli
yacht made nn interesting spectacle
ciuisingin the pay yesterday after
noon. Tiik extra sails on the new Scotch
yacht were being put on to-day
When completed si e will curry mon
sail (ban tiny sloop or schooner in the
'lim Myrtle boat club boys made
Rome howl on the city front yester
day afternoon, and in the evening
painted the town a similar hue to
Whilb (ho steamer Pele was com
ing alongside the bark Sonoma this
af'ernoou her bowsprit -'aught in a
ring 01 the anchor of the Sonoma
and snapped in two.
The Adveiliser makes reference,
in giving news second-handed, to pre
vious reports ns having appealed in
its own columns, when they bad
never uppe ired therein. SmurtI
Ladies who wish their waists well
protected should not fuil to rout! Mr.
Saelis' announcement of Madame
Strong's "Tricroa" waists. Don't
waste your money on an inferior waist.
Mn. C. W. Asbford has submitted
the question of his eligibility to a seat
in the Legi-luture, on account of bis
being a notary public, to the Minister
of the Interior for submission to the
Tai Qu.ii, the Chinaman arrested
in connection with the accident in
which the little Chinese lad was burl
yesterday, will be tried on Saturday
next in the Police Court. His bail
bus been fixed at $1000.
All of the ladies and gentlemen
inteiested in the minuet dance are
respectfully lequested to meet at the
Bungalow in the Palace grounds this
evening ut 7 :30 o'clock. The mutter
of costume will be considered.
Tnunn will be a special meeting of
the Sabbath school class, of which
Mr. Sam. Mnhelonii was a member,
lo-uight (Wednesday) at 7 o'clock
i-linrp ut the Kawaiahao Chinch. All
members of the class are earneally
urged to be present if possible.
Whkn the Mikahala left last even
ing, the Norwegian bark Poseidon
dipped her Hag three limes in honor
ol some of the noted Norwegians
leaving by the steauur for Kau.u.
Among I hum were Mrs. G Borcbgie
vinck, the wife of a prominent mer
chant, Mr. H. P. Fuye, a sugar
planter, and Mr. C, Gjerdrum. plant
ing overseer, all fn.m Maun. Mr. C.
Hammer was theio to see bis friends
ofT. It wus legurded us very thought
ful of Captain IJjornsen to accord
ship's honors to his country peoplo in
a strange land.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Ascension Day, May 2G. Holy
communion, G:30; morning prayer
and sei mon, 11,
Sunday after Ascension Day. Holy
communion, G:.10; morning prayer
and sermon, 11 ; Hawaiian evensong,
11:30; evensong and sermon, 7:,'S0.
To-morrow being Ascension Day,
there will be a celebration of holy
communion at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 5 :30 n. 111. for the second
congregation. The church associa
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral will
meet at 7:!!0 p. 111,
Arthur Hunt, a not unknown char
acter, was arrested for the larceny of
a gold watch. Investigation caused
the authorities to nol. pros, the
charge and enter another. Hunt
now stands charged with receiving
stolen properly, viz , n gold watch
mid chain valued at $125, knowing
tint same to have been illegally ob
tained." The act is supposed to
huve been committed on April 23rd
in Honolulu, and the clew wus only
received 11 few days ago. The cae
will bo heard next Tuesday and C.
W. Asliford will appear for defendant.
' . . 1 :.. -iJ.jik. Ul'.'. JL??j,
Qf$ atf-jf C
The result of the Ilonolulu-Cres-ecut
game was not such ns would
warrant the frit nils of the former
backing them in their game last
Saturday. If tliu little fellows could
defeat the IIouolulus ut their tirst
meeting it seemed natural that the
students would be ahead at the olo-e
of their game with the champions.
In addition lo this the lvumchamchas
showed in such excellent form dur
ing their practice periotl that the
odtls were all on their side. They
bud, besides their reputation us
plu era, a grand stand that encour
aged them and applauded every
play, be it good, bad or indifferent,
but it was of no avail ; luck was
against tbeiu Irom start to finish and
when they managed lo hit Lucas the
ball went high in the air only to be
caught by someone in the field as it
,came down. In the first inning their
'bad throwing allowed the IIouolulus
to gel four runs, a start which the'
were never able to overcome.
Among the IIouolulus Chan Wil
der distinguished himself by bis per
fect throws lo second and Willie
Lucas pitched the nine innings in his
old time effectiveness. Harry Whit
ney seemed to have recouped his lost
energies and played second base as
though he wanted to win the game.
Hay Wodchousc upon whom the peo
ple have depended from season to
season to put up a good game kept
his number tens together and did
not allow a ball to pass him. He has
not played better this season than he
did on Saturday and if he wishes to
retain the good opinion of base ball
cranks be must make the best of his
J. O. Carter's
batting was an illus
tration of the old
saying ''all things
come to those who
wait." Joe has
been waiting for a
chance to laugh at
those in the grand
stand who have
laughed at his be
ing struck out and accused him of
attempting feats in which he seemed
destined to make a lailure. His
three bagger turned the tide in his
The center fielder in the Kumeha-im-ha
club made a beautiful fly catch
from Chan. Wilder, but was in no
way disconcerted by the applause
from his admirem in the grand stand.
Mehciila pitched a very good game
for seven innings when he was reliev
ed by Maliuka, whose curves were a
act liack to the batters, the lions,
making only uio hit during Hie eighth
The change from Lemon to Lucas
was owing to the luck of confidence
in the foimer's ability to pilch a win
ning game with a club as strong as
the Kamehameba. Lucas' experi
ence on the diamond covers a longer
period and his careful supervision of
the bases was one of the reasons for
their winning the game. Lemon will
be the relief pitcher and will go in
the box should anything interfere
Next Saturday the Hawaii and
Crescent meet for (he second lime.
Willi the practice the Crescents have
hud and the "know how" they have
got tlimugh playing in the h-ague
they arc in a position lo easily defeut
the Hawuiis. When they played the
Honolulus they shown! themselves to
be stipeiior in the field, and if they
will keep their heads on Saturday
they may cut another winning notch
in their bat.
Yesterday the interest was direct
ed toward the meeting of the Myrtle
and llealani bout clubs race by junior
crews. .It wus unfortunate thai the
latter club was unable to put in a
strictly junior crew as, by substitut
ing Spencer, the interest as a junior
race wus very much lessened. There
seemed In be but one opinion as to
the result even before Spencer was
mentioned; the Myilles had kept
themselves in such Hue trim ihioiigh
constant practice that ii was not ex
pected, even by the members of the
llealani club, that their crew could
win. The admission of Spencer
necessarily gave the foifeit of fifty
dulluis to the Myrtles, but they very
generously declined to push that por
tion of their articles of agreement.
It might be Veil, since this race
had bo litllu interest attached to it
" - - -rf . . . . -t-JBh- iii f .fc". tr1
owing to the breaking of lite crew,
for Ihc II iiltml cuptui
11 to select 11 1
unier erew ami trmn them for a
race ; tlnro h plenty of limber nmong
the llealani Club for a good ercw
and whi'e everything else is favora
ble they should take ndvnntiigu of
every opportunity in win niMuieumt. ,
The statoinunt that the Millies
rmtled the IKalani boat ii denied by
men who rowed the race n- well 1
nlheii who viewed it through glassi s.
'I he Heuluni-J took the lend ut the '.tart
ami muintaine I ilto the bell buoy,
when the Myrtle caught up with them
and in ittletnpling to turn ti'-i ran
into the center of the lIt-ul:iiiU' boat.
It lias been an oien seciet for weeks
Unit past Cupt.Jai'kLoeof tlie.Sonoma
was going to
rtin the mer
eba 11 1 man's
there were a
long the water
who were not
in the charm
ed circle took
medal us an
he could not
steer his boat,
but in this
they erred to
his size, ami when the bow of his s
boat Hew into the air as the gallant
Captain stepped into the stern the ,
doubters were sure of winning their 1
bets and were willing to give odds. I
Hut Captain Jack bad reckoned on '
his weight, he had studied every
authority on rowing and took advan
tage of the experience the wise men
communicated to the world through
their books and was prepared to meet
every obstacle. The result of the
race showed he was not far wrong in
his calculations and it is piobable he
will issue a challenge to row against
a steam launch.
The tennis tournament for ladies'
singles begins on the Wodehouse
court at half-past four o'clock this
The contestants will be the
Bella Woods, May Atkinson
Widetminn, Laid Atkinson, Ethel
Wodehouse, Mollie Atkinson and
Edith Mist. The game to be decided
by the best two in three sets. The
prizes are offered by the gentlemen
members of the Honolulu Tennis
Club and are handsome and appro
priate. Mr. Jack Atkinson will be
the referee and Prince David ami E.
II. Wodehouse the judges. It is pos
sible the game may last two day3,
though the players are anxious to fin
The court lias been very handsome
ly decorated for the occasion by the
Misses Wodehouse. Potted ferns
and flowers have been placed around
the ground and scats placed in de
sirable positions for the invited
guests. -. D. 11.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only physic but cleanse the "vhole
system and purify the blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
I) Y Sam
iniiiel X Emerson a situation in I
pint of Hawaii nei, us Hook- i
keeper or in any capacity. Apply at i
olllee of J. A. Magoon near Post Olllee. ,
F U S EK.V L N OTICE.
rHE Funeral of the late S. Muhelona
will take place on THUItDAY,
tliu 2(iih bi.-t., at 4 o'clock e. m., (nun
Kawaiahao Chinch. Friends and nc
ii:iiiituuces are respeet'ully invited to
attend 4'.0 It
Vf OXDAY. llOih May, will be Decora-
iTjL tlon Day, all those who have rela
tives or friends n'sting in -God's Acre"
are hereby lespectlully reipieslod to i
have their several plots put In order. i
TKUmTEK- OAI1II CEMETEKY.
Honolulu, May 25, 180.'. 430 4t
THE WEEKLY BULLE TIN-2
1 colmmis of interesting reading
matters. Mailed to foreign countries,
n; Inlands 4.
This is only to remind you that TO-MOR-RqAV
will be a good time to visit out Store.
Wo are selling Goods' at and .below Cost
for TWO WEEKS ONLY !
CHAS. J. PISHEL.
AND FOK SALE AT LOWEST MAHKET HATES. JgCM
Cases 1. & N. Old) GENEVA (double berried).
" ,1. 1). It. & Z. lo (20 bottles each).
15. & N. KEY 1JKAX1 (small white bottles).
do do (smull black bottles).
Also, Foster's Porter ia Quarts and JPints.
I.OVE.TOY Ac CO.,
"Foster IHoek," 10 Xiitumu stieet, Honolulu,
AlutmUUVl. 3OH. -tiMl (414 1m) ifirP.O.JJDX 17.
T TT H m
.I I I L i I
in tiiiiul nf IM A t 1
IS'I-"' .V" will be better I
WSw ''"",' ' I'M'tywiy by go
SsaS' in: 1. 111 sluie thai keeps
( t,. t
iifxnttuir it of llic iirliele n"
r.iwctfiP '"'hi vi
iiwIRSfa u ( know that
a-.vm -dun' is (hut place
I in- VsiessM weik we cull your
siPen inn In .1 niw -imp in this mar
kit A-'be in. in iiclurcrs have ind
in 11 i-iiir Mr cenlurii's they
for less nip
e r holt-OS.,
ceivo t h e
lli'V 111 ih
H lid nii
.la-. S K
iiiuki us gi
son 11 tiuik'
ut A C 1. nto striving In
d 111 article as the other
rf Hul r !. 1 their
S hii ml .11 P.. I! um$&L
equal In the In -I fejS!Wi
iiVlfeSA1 soap is
I hese cuis d -- not re-
pu's'enl tin- sizi- i.f the cakes, but (be
diH'emicc is in i he price.
The stoic (bat sells the
best soda will sell (he most
S' up. You aie a judge of
I0UEEN GATH I
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO..
Corner Koi't t JClnir i-tri'i!t.
tti A 'lMVO Nicely Fiirnlsheir
JV7s$ X Kooiiis centrally located.
d&il I'.nqlllU' llt'l.l.llTIN Ullli'f.
CUTrUJK TO LIST!
f O l T GK, 10 niliiut"-' walk
'ASH V lioni Po-t Olllee; nice
J&M?4fV yard. Kent SI I. Knipibe
-5. . JUVL PItUMHKri. 01
iKii1 llerutaiiii stii'ct. opno
Ja35i?&3i site Foit-stirct Chinch. Ap-
it. i. i.i i.i.i!:.
Then. II. Diivli-A- i"i,
l 4-V. iQMKD Cottaae nn
Fort stieet. Good loca
tion and moderate lent.
Applv on the piemises or to
II UNltY SMITH.
414 tf At the Gov't Uiiildiim.
jar A rPHK Cot
6gjS&& Pantiy, B.i
I'M IK Cottage containing 3
mis, alo iviteliuu,
.tthrooiii, etc., on
No. 00 lieictania -treet, (southwest cor
ner). Apply to
410 lw H. XV. SCHMIDT.
PIIE Stores in "Arlington
I IMMitt-'rfiftfiiirli' nunii ttlod
jj&S&S. hv E. G. Schimiun aie to let,
together with the I'ell.ir. Tills Cellar is
the tlnest and driest hi the city. Apply to
C. UltKWKIt &CO..
411 liii Queen street.
, 4 VEKY Desirable Itesi
!$ft -V deuce beyond the Pri
kJKsJK? sou. contaitibig S Kooins wilh
Kitchen, Pantry. Dbibigrooin an 1 Bath.
The Premises are well-laid out wilh fiuit
and other tiees. Apply to
L. P. FKKXAXDEZ,
I 40G lm At II. F. Wiehman's.
HOTEL FOH SALE !
rl"MIAT Fine Xew. Two-
1 Story lliiihliiig oiuio-ito
the Kuilwiiv Station. Wailuku,
at present occupied by Geo W. Maefar
laue it Co. This is the best business
stand in Wailuku, anil suitable for either
a hotel or store. It commands a Hue
view of the harbor. For terms apply to
MKS. E. HVI'OHELOlt,
100 If 180 Xiiuami Avenue.
lIENh FOit SALE!
(X account of removal to
" mv resldencu on the
Plains. I shall sell my llciis,
uoii-istitig of about Six Dozen
Common and Half-breeds, at
irnod for the table, having
been fed on corn and wheat. Also, Ten
Hrown Leghorn- with Cockeicll, price
825; the cheapest ever known.
X. F. HUKGESS.
Mutual Tel. Xo. 132
bull and .leisey Hei
fer, the latter about four
weeks ot calving, also Two
be seen on Milan street,
whcie iiptily or at Pact lie. Iron Woiks.
127 I w TIIOS KEWCAriTLK.
WIkmi you wain, a l'orirait
Eiilargcil Ciill on Kiiik Urs.,
gl. their piieo lint and si'o
sniniiilcH. Tlioy can'ti liii lnit.
lie Wi'lin.' I" ....-.uTn,. I
I llli V product - (fSJiLt'-ijii
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- Vt GOOD INVESTMENT
ft 4 r InfR
vs ('LML. 1 ik
UNION MILL CO.
KOHALA SUGAR CO.,
HILO SUGAR CO.,
KIPAHULU PLAt VTION,
AND THERE SHOULD
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oprm. Sprirkels' Uuii, II uckt'j
IflMMWi I I 11 IIIIWII llll UMIB'HI Ml lllli HIX1 !! 1 II l Tl IW i 1 wmwwtwin
Is (lie very late-t m lib vciueiit in
The-e Sill l lints, the
A, Bee a Piste?
AMI mi: N'l.W
frjiss-Hyiiiiiiai : !
A HE FOH SALIC P.Y
HOLLISTER & CO .
Sole Agents for llm Hawaiian I-l.iuds.
! 04 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
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WE HAVE THE VERY
Hats, Bonnets &
NEW TRIMMINGS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON
Special Reduction in School Hats
esy FOR I WSEK. ONLY -
CHILDHENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
Tha "ill Tlw
vri.trvM.ofc' wrsww.r c nk-
COXS'IirUiTXG TH12 "PIOXEF.U" PLANT, ESTABLISH ED OX
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IX LSf)'J 1JV C. E. WILLIAM
Fiii'iui'c, Cabinet JilakiiijE
Hu-bu'-s In Honolulu mo still exiaul, uud the Inisine , I's originator an
pie.-enl iiropiiuior heie lo -t,iy. llavbu pureh.isod the enure liitere-t of
the late linn of II, II. Williams it Co., coiiiiil-iug the l.uge-t stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; piiuclpilly selecled by 11. II. William- during his late three
mouths' vl-lt lo the Coast, I now offer this stock and tiitiue additions for
CASH .it pi ice.- much less ihuu helctolore charged.
t&f Th undersigned In re-iiniitig hi- old place and busbies- w mid respect
fully tender his gratebil thank- fur the llbei.il patronage nt old friends of this
ami neighboring Islands, and hopes u ineili u continuance of (heir favors while
soliciting a share fiom new friends; and again offer.- his -orvietH hi
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
Ity Experienced ami Careful Men wilh Suitable Apparatus.
Mjtling of Superior Qjahty Furnished and Laid by Competent Men !
C3T PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. 'J
c. j. McCarthy,
Kbw Cummins' Bi.uok, Mkiu'Iiant Sntiim".
EAL ESTATE BROKER.
KHIE 1XSUHAXCE PLACED.
gjBT Any busiuesa untrunted to mo
. t.-.-.j-.yi:.., :. n nn n
Tlns is the time when new laud is
prepared for plu'itiug. If yon don't
want n repetition of last year's dis
comforts etui iisldo the old plow
and get the
HENDRY BREAKER !
They are in -ueceeful use on the
WAIMANALO SUuAR CO.,
PIOMEER SUGAR MILL CO,
6E OME ON YOURS !
LATEST STYLES IN
NEW RIBBONS !
i FOI! CONDUCTING THE
iiio; (S Undcrlsiki'v
I3' 3 '"-'-4J:
O. E. WILLIAMS.
rlTTtrfrwlr''rTfrT "- TiiiirrwiJTwaotfaiiWfamrirTiarir3B
COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
and Houses Hunted.
will recirivu ptnrapt altuntiun, jSCS
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