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FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1892.
Haw bk Fooling Suey, Maliany, 111 days
Stmr Wuialeiile from Hiumikna
Sehi- Ka Moi from Paauiio
Nor bk Poseidon, Bjornson. for Port
atnir Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at
2 p 111
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am bk Sonoma, Lee, for San Fran-
Sclir Kulamauu for Koliula and Keokea
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Waialeale -3751 bags sugar, 3 bags
coffee and 11 pkgs sundries.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
May ?7 I-or the Volcano: .Mrs Nx,
Miss Liyton avd .Miss H S Klnuey.
For way ports: Miss Loyetix, Captaiu
Ahlboru, II Laws, M Biaseh, A C Love
kin, II G Ainiin, Mrs Chas Steele, Mrs
Stolz and 40 deck
F0REICN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II I M S Iliel, Mori, fiom Japan
It M S S Mariposa, Ilayward, from San
Francisco, ,i one 3
Am ship Pautolus, Beadle, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk Mimatra, Thomas, from New
castle, N S W
Ger bk .1 O Plluger, from Bremen, Jgly
Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, Juuo
Haw ship Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 15
Norbk Havtiiien, Kvangcn, from New-ia-tle,
N S W
Am bk Maig.uet from Newcastle. NSW
But bk Veiitas fiom Newcastle, N S V
Bk reta from Neive.ibtle, N S W
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S m Fiani'iseo. Rear
Brown, from .Sun Diego
Am is fetmr Morning Star, Garland,
from South tea Islands
Am ship J O Potter, Meyer, from Xew
cabtle, N S V
Am 5-m sclir Louis, Hutch, from New
castle. N rt W
Am 4-mtd sclir Cariier Dove, Uruudt,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am bktno Forebt Queen, Nelson, from
m San Francisco
Am bk Elsinore, Peiklns, from New
castle, N S W
Br ship Benmore, Jenkins, from Liver
pool Am 4-uiasled bktno Cliai les F Crocker,
Lund, from t-'ydiiey, NSW
Brit bu Velocity lrom Hongkong
The schooner Ka Mol will leavo on
Monday for Kohnlidulu,
The steamer Wuhiloalo brought thir
teen deck passengers from llamukua
The Norwegian bark Poseidon. Bjorn
son, will probably gist away this after
noon for Port Townsund, Wash., with
180 tons of stone bulla-t.
Thu American b.uk Sonoma, J Lee,
master, cleared to-day for San Fran
cisco, with the following curgo:
25,144 bagssusar, W G Irwin & Co; 000
bags i-ugiir. FA Sell icfer & t.'o; 212C
hagsMuar, M S Giiiibaum & Co; uud 2
boxcb of old metal, Press Pub Co.
Weight of cargo, 3,2:18,200 ibs. Domes
tic) value, 87t:,0.!3.1Q.
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Port Townsend, May 7. The cen
tennial of the discovery of Puget
Sound was celebrated here to-day.
Two thousand visitors from different
parts of the State were present. A
procession consisting of the troops of
the fort, three companies of the
National Guard and the First Regi
ment Band of Seattle and citizens,
was reviewed by Governor Ferry.
The naval parade, which was com
posed of the United Slates vessels
Yorklon, Mohican, Albatross, Bear,
Rubh, Corwin, Adams and Wolcott,
was held in the harbor. A big clam
bake was given ul noou. The after
noon will be devoted to boat-raciiig
and oilier sports.
The best spring mi'dlciiie is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's I'ills. They
not only pliyeiu but cleanbo the whole
system und purify 4he blood. For
Btile by Beiison, Suiith y Co., Ageuts.
LOCAL AND CENERAL HEWS.
"Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
hazy; wind, fresh on4.
The Legislature will convene at the.
Government building to-monow noon.
Tub Fooling Suey will discharge
part curgo hero nnd proceed to Hong
kong rind thn market.
The S. S. Mariposa should lcavn
Sun Francisco to-day for this port and
therefore arrive on June 3rd.
Tub Bloamer Claudine will bo in
port early to-morrow morning with
the remainder of the legislators from
Miih Fox, Miss Layt n ami Miss II.
S. Kinney were passengers on thu
steamer Kinau to-day for the Vol
cano. The colored lights are now in posi
tion in some of the new Central Union
clniieli windows. They are of an at
Rev. Dr. Wolfender will preach the
annual pennon before Geo. W. de
Lonu I'ost, G A R in Central Union
Church on Sunday evening.
Monh, Uvide .Uu.-in and company
will give a farewell concert to inn-row
uvening, Mr whiuh tlie box plan ii
open at Jj .1. Levi-y'B otlice.
Tub trumcaiB iiuw run to the mid
dle of the Waikiki bridge, c.inying
passengers almost tutli M.tkec Island
entrance to Kapiolani Pirk.
Two young men tin bicycles rode in
from the Cornwull stables al Kapio
lani I'ark to liiuhards street thir
morning in 0 minutes, 52 seconds.
The auction sile of lands in Kapa
liulu, Kapiolani Park, by Jus. F.
Morgan, has been postponed from
June 13th to .Saturday, June 18th.
A I, Alton: crowd went out to Waikiki
to-day to enjoy n dip in the brine at
J. Sherwood's beaside resort. The un
versal verdict was that the water was
Mns. Chas. Steele left on the steam
er Kinau to nurse her iujuied hus
band at Hilo, Hawaii. A I last ac
counts Mr. Steele, who was hurt while
acting as engineer on the Kinau, was
The testimonial concert to Prof. H.
Berger, master of the Royal Hawaiian
Band, on the occasi in of the 20th an
niveisary of his landing in Honolulu,
will be given at the "Hawaiian Opera
House next Thursday evening.
A divinq match is being arranged
between Pelehu, the famous Hawaiian
diver, and Captaiu Beach, the man
tish, to take place ou Saturday, June
4, at Pearl City, in the captain's water
tank. Pelehu is over 70 years of age.
TwF.NTY-FOtin Japanese have taken
passage on the bark Sonoma for San
Francisco. The emigration of Jap
anese has been great of late It is
hoped that Captain Jack Lee will en
joy the copipany of his pleasant pas
sengers. An elderly native reported at the
Police Station this morning that his
two daughters, aged 13 and 14 years
respectively, had run away and were
in hiding at Manna Valley. A war
rant was issued for the arrest of the
Thkee cases were nol. pros'd in the
Police Court this morning, one a
charge of heedless and furious dri vine,
and two Chinamen, la Hoy and Ah
Wu, churgtd with burglary, whose
cases had been remanded from time
to lime since April 13.
Theke was another large house last
night to hear Mons. Mtisin the vio
linist and his asbociatcs, Mine. Mtisin
and Mouu. Scharf, vocalist and pianist
respectively. The several numbers
awoke as mu'di enthusiasm as those
on previous occasions, everyone get
ling an encore.
The Liberal Party held their usual
meeting ut the Queen street Armory
last night, lions. J. ID. Bush, J. Na
walii, L. W. P. Kanealii and Win.
Whito were the .ipeakers, but said
nothing of a striking nature. Mr. White
announced that a mass meeting
would be held this evening at the
BARK FOOHNG SUEY.
C. Brewer & Co.'s 9teel bark
Foohng Suey arrived in port from
New York to-day. Her master is
Capt. D. Mahauy, late master of the
bark Edward aiay. He makes the
"Sailed from New York February
7th, and on the 13th and 14th, encount
ered a terrific gale, wind hauling from
S. W. to S. E. March 2nd, crossed
the Equator in the Atlantic 31 deg,
W. Twenty-five days out on the lOih
March spoke the American ship John
aicDonald from New York for Sun
Francisco, forty-eight days out. all
well. March 31st, passed through
slraits of La Maire and by Cape
Horn, fifty-five days out. Went as
far south as 5D 40. Encountered
heavy N. W. and W. N. W. gales
off the Cape. Was 17 days from
50 south in the Atlantic to 50
south in the Pacific. On aiay 11th
crossed the Equator in the Pacilic,
ninety-five days out. On the meri
dian 120 deg. W. carried the south
erly winds up to 9 north ; from
thence to port had pleasant trades
and line weather. Entire passage 111
days. All well on boaid."
A fellow named Hank Dapson was
arrested the oilier day on a charge of
larceny of a gold watch, chuin and
locket, valued at $125. Someone
was kind enough to bail him out, but
had a close shave of being that much
short in his financial accounts. Dap
son was to have been tried this morn
ing, but when his name was called !
he failed to put in an appearance.
A police officer was sent to his house
and Dupbou was re-arrested. His
excuse was that he overslept himself,
Dapson will have to gel some other
friend to go security for him.
5r ,vfry i
A VENERABLE MISSIONARY.
At the Methodist eonferenoo in
Om-ilia, Bishop Fowler of San Fran
cisco presided on May S).
The vutiernblu Bishop Taylor pre
sented hia report. He said there
were over 30,000 native Mutliodists
in Africa, thirty-eight Sunday
Sohooli, over 300 toacheis and 3750
Sunday school scholnrs. He declared
tlio work in Africa was stupendous.
The people there must lie educated
in hand and hrnlu as well as in reli
gion, otherwise they will lie unable
to support themselves in that barren
land, and would inevitaii'y drift hack
into barbarism. The tiesl Held is
among the children. 15 iris ami boys
must be educated together. In order
to do this, 9 the girls were always
sold by their parents, it was neces
sary to have money to buy tliuin and
The report was indorsed by a rising
vote. At the request of one of the
delegates Bishop Taylor then bt ought
forward and placed on the stand a
little African child, which he brought
with him, explaining that though only
three years old, .and only three
months out of heathendom, she had
learned to speak English. The object
lesson attracted much interest.
S. MAHELONA'S BUhMAL.
The funeral of the late Samuel
Mahelona took place yesterday after
noon from the residence on King
street to Kawuiahno church, where
the burial services were conducted
by the Rev, II. II. Parker. Seated
in the church were Her Majesty the
Queen and ladies in waiting, Major
the Hon. J. W. Robertson, Chamber
lain ; His Excellency Governor A S.
Cleghorn, His Excellency and Mrs.
Samuel Parker, His Honor Chiel
Justice and Mrs. A. F. Judd, Judge
and Mrs. S. B. Dole, Col. J. Rich
ardson, Mr. and Mrs. S C. Allen,
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh, with a large
concourse of friends and mourners.
The casket was placed on the plat
form by the pall bearers: lions. Geo.
Beckley and A. Fernandez, C. B.
Dwigbt, R. SI. Fuller, H. Kolomoku,
Van Dorfen, A. S. Mahaulu, W. II.
Cuinmings, and F. Harvey. Rev.
air. Parker spoke impressively of the
deceased and the hymns by the choir
and the Kawaialiao seminary girls
were very touching. The interment
was in the church cemetery.
THE TENNIS MATCH.
The tenuis tournament on the
Wodehousc court was concluded yes
terday afternoon. Miss Mollie At
kinson vanquished Miss Ethel Wode
housc, aiiss aiay Atkinson defeated
Miss Bella Woods, and Miss Mollie
Atkinson got away with her elder
sister, Mis3 May Atkinson. Miss
Mollie Atkinson therefore secures
the first prize, which is a silver buckle
to be worn ou a belt. It is of a
pretly design, having a lawn tennis
outlU engraved on it, Mr. II. F.
Wichman being the jeweler The
second prize won by Miss May At
kinson is a racquet.
ODD FELLOWS' MEMORIAL.
A memorial celebration will be
held by the Odd Fellows of Hono
lulu a week from Erst Sunday. There
will be services in one of the halls,
succeeded by a procession to the
cemetery with flowers. The follow
ing joint committee is in charge:
Sisters Petrie, Nichols and Burnham
of Pacilic Degree Lodge, Daughters
ofRebekah; Bros. 11. H. Williams,
J. W. McDonald and L. Dee, of
Harmony Lodge; Bros. A. M. aiellis,
J. J Lecker and M. N. Kennedy, of
Excelsior Lodge. air. Mellis is
chairman of the committee.
PUPILS III REVOLT.
Philadelphia, aiaj' 2. Because
Principal Caskey of the Vuuguan
Grammar School wa3 removed and
air. Ballcutine put in his place, 500
pupils revolted to-day and refused to
go inlo the school. They gathered
in front of the building this morning
and the air resounded with shouts of
"Caskey" and "Down with Ballen
tine." The janitor was the first sufferer.
When he took out his key and at
tempted to insert it in the keyhole of
the front door ho discovered that
every keyhole in tlio building was
plugged with plaster of paris. The
young anarchists gathered on the op
posite side of the street and awaited
thu arrival of the new principal, air.
Bullenline appeared, accompanied by
Director Alexander Adair, Rer. Dr.
Hunter and Dr. Down, who had de
cided to hold a little celebration in
honor of his assumption of office.
Then came the explosion, "Down
with Balleuliue; he's no good!"
"Caskey or nothing! Give us
Caskey!" and similar shouts were
yelled instantly by the scholars.
Dire .-tor Adair made a speech and
received eggs and stones in reply.
Policemen nerc sent for and the
children who refused to come in were
driven off. In the afternoon the
parents of the young anarchists were
appealed to and the children were
driven into school.
A fashionable dress hat for Flora
aicFlimsey this summer will be the
Leghorn fiure ami plumes.
The rigid simplicity of tho tailor
mude gown is decidedly modified by
handsome bullous ami bright waists.
Venetian satin is a fashionable ma
terial for wedding gowns, as it has a
beautiful sheen and does not crush
For Mouldings, FrnineB,
PastelH, ArlotypuH, Photo
gravures, 12 tellings und
everything iu the line of
pictures, go to King Bron.,
Tlie New York Tribune claims
groat frauds hi the Slate censu.
The upper Mississippi overflow is
doing considerable damage.
There are fears in th lower Mis
sissippi that the levees will give way.
Dr. Kcelcy has sold the English
and French lights to his bichloride
A new ruling of the Treasury De
partment limits the time for storing
imports, and if not withdrawn they
Much suffering from famine is re
ported near Durango, Mexico. The
government has given 500 carloads
of grain free to the poor.
Thu stallion Red Apple, son of tho
famous Rod Wilkes, valued at $15,
000, died at Rochester, N. Y., of
congestion of the brain.
Haltic Adams, tho proprietress of
the resort recently exposed by Rev.
Dr. Parkhurst, jn New York, has
been convlcte'd of keeping "a- disord
David Dingle and James Lucas,
employed in tlie Sheridan mine, at
Telluride, Col., were blown to atoms
recently while trying to pick out a
shell of giant powder.
Charles II. Pinkhain, Jr , the for
mer president of the Bank of Ilurlem,
has been arrested at New York on an
indictment charging him with misap
propriating 870,000 of the hinds of
A cablegram received by Arch
bishop Corrig.in slates that Arch
bishop Ireland's scheme to secularize
parochial schools lias been condemn
ed by the Pope. This lias been widely
discussed in Catholic circles.
Edwin S. Peart of Peoria, III.,
traveling with the Paul Uoylon com
bination, jumped from the big bridge
across the Mississippi at Memphis to
the water below, a distance of eighty
six feet. He was uninjured.
An altempt was made to rob tlie
Traders' Deposit Bank at Mutitit
Sterling, Ky. A eueus was passing,
and, while the clerks were watching
it, a sneak thief seized a package of
$4000, and was just getting, out of
the door when discovered.
Assislaut Secretary Crounse has
decided not to allow A. Viguier dam
ages in a small amount of money be
cause the contents of a cask of Ant
werp wine had leaketl through a
worm-hole boring. A worm hole
does not constitute a casualty within
the meaning of the law.
PROGRESS OF SCIENCE.
A successful device has been
ented for doing away with the smoke
from tug-boats. n
The electric current on the 30th of
Miirch turne'd its first furrow in Amer
ican 6oil at tlie Kansas sorghum ex
Finely divided aluminium has now
become so cheap that it is proposed
substituting it for magnesium as an
actinic light for photographing pur
poses. A new method of impregnating
logs with zinc chloride in order to
preserve them, is now in use in Aus
tria, being known as the Plister pro
cess. The timber is impregnated in
the forest as soon as possible after
it is felled.
The proposed plan for the postal
tube between France and England is
to suspend two tubes, each about
three feel in diameter, by means of
steel cables thrown across the chan
nel, 120 feet above the level of the
French artillery practice with pro
jectiles charged with the high explo
sive melinite at 1800 meters range,
has demonstrated, not only the terri
ble effect of this explosive, but the
possibility to project it from ordinary
Doctors maintain that no more fav
orable medium for the culture of
micro-organisms can be found than
warm sewage. Cases are cited in
which hot water and steam introduced
into old cesspools have resulted in an
epidemic of diphtheria.
Trunks are now made of paper
pulp that has been subjected to great
pressure, in the same manner us the
material used for the manufacture of
paper car-wheels. Owing to the ten
acity of the paper it is practically
impossible lo injure a trunk made of
Many valuable high-mountain mines
which could not be worked profitably
owing lo the expense of transporting
fuel to the engines, are now being
operated by electric motors, whose
power is furnished by another motor
in the valleys which uses water
power. Professor Elihu Thompson, in a
recent article, states his belief that
130.000-horse-power at 500,000 volts
can be transmitted 210 miles through
llireo wires about as largo as a good-
sized knitting-needle, and moreover,
that this can ho sent underground
Ihrqugh a small pipe, using only cot
ton and cheap oil as an insulutor.
S. F. Ev. Bulletin.
A traveling man wtio chanced to
bo in the store of E. V. Wood, at
aicKees Rocks, Pa., Buys while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a Utile
girl came iu with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Halm and
said : "Mumina wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it ie
the beta medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Bensou, Smith &Co.,
When you wain si Portrait
Enlarged c ill on King Uros.,
g.'t their pi ice HhI and see
Hamnles. Thev naii'fc h lnt-
- C. J.McCLuirilY
si i eel fot sale.
Titos. Christlcy, Fort street,
gin pes for sale, 15 pounds for $1.
Tin: Tom 1 of Fashion is offering
b i main in sho for all sexes.
Ai il:n MuiViug use Cucumber Skin
I '-inc. lieiii-tiif, r'niitli ,fe Co., Agents,
m xin u.v iiili-M'd at once by Cu-
iHMiHiu, Smith it Co.,
and Curios in gicat
"Klito" Ice Cream
variety ut the
Hawaiian Council No. GS9, Ameri
can Legion oi Honor, will meet this
Ovum Mu-in and compatiy will
give a fa. owell concert on Saturday
The Brunswick billiard pailois uie
the- most eleifant pleasure resort in
Honolulu. " - 6-tf
. "Where t-ball 1 i-etf you this even
ing?" "Oil, Mime old place, thu
Hon. S. M. Damon will icpreseni.
Hon. Chas. R. Bishop during Ihe hit
ter's iibsenco from the country,
Mn. Chas. Willianls has been ap
pointed a notary public for the Thiid
Judicial Circuit oi the Kingdom.
Fiiesh rolls and doughnuts and a
line cup of coffee you can gel every
morning at tlio "Elite" Ice Cieiun
I'arlors. 5 lm
Dm.ieiou.s ciitiec and clincolalo will
be ecrvi d every niuiniim cuily at the
I'.ihice lee Cream Piillui, l.iulwig.-on,
it Clou. Ilnicl Mi eel l-ll
Great bargains with prices quoted
are ol'.'ered by B F. Khleis A: Co. in
diy and fancy good-,, with gentle
men's t-lnrts and underwear al ci M.
Get yom mmix unit .-hoe-, made
and repaired l.y the old W.iiliiku
blliumakei, L. 'I OENNIHS, (ill li.i-l
Hotel .il H el. Fiiol-i:lu;y Wclk, luW
price.-. l-t I
Duess.maki.s'o, Culling and Fitliuu
done ul ladicn' houses, l'cilect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF. 73 Bcie
tanin slicet, or Mutual telephone (i'Jti.
befoie S u. m. or 5:30 p. in. 8-3m
Miss Mary Lyle, lately book-keepci
willi Egan it Giuin, is prepared to do
stenographing and type-writing at
moderate rates. Graduate of Heald's
Business College, San Francisco.
Otlice with C. J. McCarthy, 35 Mer
chant street. 2-lm
G. Schu.man advertises
the loss of
a black and
white spotted dog, and
offers a reward for its leturu. The
same dog was lost a few weeks ago
and half an hour after an advcilisc
metit appeared in the Bulletin the
dog was returned to the owner.
When in need of SOAP
that you will be better
suited every way by go
ing to a btoio that keeps
assortment of the article re-
t I) i s
believo it may m
you to know that
store is Unit place,
week we call your
to a new boap in tills mar-
ket. As the manufacturers have not
been in business ftfr centuries they
for less uio
o r bouses,
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.irA Willi. nr tn
ney than old
and you re
J.ii-. S. Kirk &
make as good an
Co. are btriving lo
urticle as the oilier
soap makers and
Shan dou Belln
equal lo the best.
TliebO cuts do
t h e i r
rm ..w-irr'y .,.,1 r..
present the size of
the cakes, but tlie
difleience is in
The store that sells tho
best soda will sell the most
soap. You are a judge of
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Fori & Klnit Mircotn.
Grapes For Sale !
I RAPES freli from the tree,
VJ peilliils lor $1, ant (oi sale at
HAWAII N Council No, G80, Ame
rican I.culou of Honor, meets
THIS EVENING, at 7:30 o'clock, al
Harmony Hall, King street
JOS. M OAT,
132 It Secretitrv.
rpilK Hon. Samuel
X for me dining
M. Damon will net
my ahbeuce 'from
under full power of
Honolulu, Miiy'.'l. WM.
STRAYED or STOLEN
BLACK and While
t ripntled Coach Dug.
Finder will bu rewaided on
returning Kiid animal to
4 12 tt
Hell Tel. Nos. 2(11 mid 501.
FOR SA LIS I
1HAVE i'our Flue Rasldencu Sites,
situated ou 1 ilkol stieet, for sale,
The Lots h.ivoaliontairo of tit feet ou
Phkoi htieeland are 200 feet deep, are
nicely laid out in fruit and shade trees
and are all covered with grass; water
laid on throughout. Thu situation of
these Lots ami the limited number make
it nect'Rbiuy that Intending purchasers
should make eaily application to the
"undersigned, from whom all particular
can bt Gad. ,VI,AS. F. MORGAN,
. -v-- -"j:
A GOOD INVESTMENT
TU h It i
UNION MILL CO..
KOHALA SUGAR CO.,
HILO SUGAR CO.,
AND THERE SHOULD
HAWAIIAN 11 AUDW iTE
Fort Htri'Ut, opjm. Sprrcki'ls Bau, Honolulu.
llPllliiO SHOTTER !
I? the er.v luti.-l .iehi vuncnt in
'1 hesc Kiit-i mis, tlx
AND I in-: Nl.W
A UK FOB SAi.K BY
Sole Agents for the ll.iwuiiaii l.-l.uuls.
104 Fort fetroec, Honolulu.
Choice Millinery 1
WE HAVE THE VERY
TR MMINGS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
tier FOR I WEEK ONLY -
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
The " OLD
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CONSllTUI'lNG THE "PIONEER"
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN lSo!) BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
; tailiire, Cabinet Hiking,
Husiiiors In Honolulu are still extant, and thu bii-lne-,, i'i- originator and
prcMinl pnipih'tor here to stay. Having pureh i"'d thu euinii lutermt of
the late linn of II. II. Williams A; Co., eumpiMiig the huge-.t block of
Furniture, Upholstery & U rider taking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; pilnelpdly xuleeted by H. 11. WilllatiH ilurlue hU Into thieu
months' visit to the Cua-t, 1 now offer tills stock and (uiiue additions fur
CASH at prices much le?.-. than lu'ictoforu charged.
UaSf" Tlie imdcii-igucil Iu reiiimlng his old plaeo mid biii-lnei's Would icspecl
fully tender hi- gratclul think- tor tlio liberal patronage of old friends of this
ami neighboring Islands, and hope-to meili u eoiitinimucu of their favoiv while
soliciting a fcharo fiom new friends; and again olfeis his survlees iu
i Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
Ily Experienced and Careful .Men wbh Suitable Apparatus.
! M .tting of Supanor Qualify Furnished and Laid by Competant Men!
S3r PIANOS FOR SALE OR
Ve Mill cll lor
Ladies', Men's &
Before you miiVo your
This is the lime when new laud is
ptepnred for pluming. If you don't
want a repetition of last year's dis
comforts cast asdde the old plow
and gel the
ti'l'liuy arc in succcssfuljjiisc ou tho
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WolMANALO SUGAR CO.,
I nJEER SUGAR MILL CO
HA LAU PLANTA1 ION.,
PLAN , ATION,
Bt ONE ON YOURS I
LATEST STYLES IN
NEW RIBBONS I
PLAXT, ESTABLISHED ON
Upholstering & iilerlald
RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -XS4
& IJOTKli STREETS
'rilitHH IVYS Only
Children's Shoes !
JI -J Moln-w ( lint J
purcluse please e ih in ami examine our prices. J4
S, EI1RL1CI1 & CO.,