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OABU RAILWAY & LAUD CO.'S
A M. A.M. l'.M.
Loavo Honolulu. ..Gilii 8;ir. 1:45
Arrive Honoullull.. 7 :'J0 itn" 2:57
Loavo Honoullull..7:30 10:4!) d:4
Arrivo Honolulu. ..8:3f 11:55 4:55
TEABI. CITT LOCAL.
Arrivo Poarl City
Leavo Poarl City. .(! ;00
Arrivo Honolulu.. .U:40
t .Saturdays only.
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SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1802.
Stmr C K BMiop from W'alanac and
Stun- Watmntialo from Molnkni and
Stmr Claudiue from Maui
Stmr .las Makee from Kauai
Stwr Mqkolli from Molokui
jiin bk Sonoma, Lee, for Sau Fran-
Jm bktne Forest Queen, Nelson, for
Stmr l'ele for Makawell at '.:30 p in
JSehr Iwilauiami for Kohala ami Keokoa
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Claudiue i:i50 bags sugar, 107
bags taio, 4 horses, 114 bides, 00
Stmr Jus Makee 2205 bags Migai and 20
.Stmr Kuala 2020 bugs sugar and 20
:Stmr Mukolil IliO sheep, IS bullocks. 10
calves and 1 horse.
From Maul, per stmr Claudiue, May
2811 P Baldwin, V 11 Coinwelt, MrsT
J King und eon. Mrs J G Howie, Jas
Anderson. L von Tempsky, T V Kveiett,
O W Baldwin, U - Dias, H Valentine,
Mis J O Wilder, V Y Horner, L F lioi
ner uud wife, and :15 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Jas Makee, May
28 lions P 1 Kanou, A S Wilcox and
N Wilcox. Theo F Lansing. G 11 Fair
child, AW Wai, Miss Ail Wal and 9 deck.
The'4'b:irk Forest Queen left for San
Francisco to-day with a lull load of
sugar The bark Sonoma will follow
her this afternoon. Au ocean race may
The schooner Mary E Foster will leave
again the early paitof uext week for
liyt-an Island under Captain Kobeit
The Hawaiiau steel bark Fooling Sucy
docked at Brewer's wharf this inoining
and a crowd soon gathered to admire
tl.e gallant vessel that makes such quick
'J'hejjnirk .T C Potter will soon have a
full load'of sugar when she will proceed
to San I raiiciseo, probably the early
part of next week.
'-'Iutereriited in tli A! Irk or Time on
A ruau named Heniy Seyer was ar
rested on the steamer Kinau yester
day afternoon by Police Officer David
Kaapa, on a warrant caused to be is
sued by Mrs. John Williams a few
minutes before two o'clock. Seyer
was at the Police Station charged
with the larceny of S10G, the prop
erty of the complainant, fn the Po
lice Court this morning Mrs. Williams
testified that Seyer had been living
at her residence, Palama, for the
past month. Yesterday morning at
lT o'clock she missed her purse and
came to town to report her loss to
her husband. As she was returning
home she saw Seyer on the trauicar
coming toward town. Her suspicions
were aroused and she awaited Seyer's
return home. Not showing up Mrs.
Williams went to the Police Station
and a warrant was issued just in time
toTintercept Seyer on the Kinau. Of
the money 8103 was recovered, the
other S3 being missing. His Honor
found there was probable cause to
behevetlit conviction of laiceny in
tie kecond'degree would lake place
before a jury, and committed the
'& prisoner for trial to the next term of
the Supreme Court.
,. SUNDAY SERVICES.
8J.'. ANPItEW'S CATHEDRAL.
Sunday after Ascension ; Holy
Communion G :30 a. in. ; morning
prayer and sermon at 11 a. tu. ;
Hawaiian jvensong 3 :!10 p. in. ; even-
'4k. sour and sermou 7:30 p. in.
j""" SECOND COKdllUHATION,
The services of the Second Congre-
gution of St. Audi en's Cathedral
to-morrow, will bo as follows: 9:4S
a. in., mottling prayer with sermon;
Te Deuin, by Jackson in F. ; hymns
17 and 370 j anthem "Oil how amia
ble are Thy dwellings!" by West.
(1:30 p. 111., evensong with Hermou;
Magnificat and Nunc Uimmittis by
Ebdpu in C. ; hymns 118 and 25C.
Key. Alexander Mackintosh, pastor.
All ate cordially invited.
CENT1UI. UNION CIIUUCII.
Preaching by the pastor at J 1 a.
m. At 7:30 d. in., the Ifev. Dr.
Wollendeii wjll preach the annual
sermon before the Geo. W. DeLong
PoM. of the G. A. It. AH rp invited,
n 1:1111:1, hall.
livangelislio services will be con
ducted by the V. M. C. A. in llethel
hall on Saturday ami Sunday at 7:30
T. I. C. A. HALL.
Hvaiigelisliu services in the V. M.
C. A. hull, G:30 to 7:15 p. 111.
Subject Choose. Dieul. 30:11-20.
High Mass, 10 a. in. ; Itosary,
Seiinoii, Benediction, 3 p. 111.
CKN1UAL UNION CIIUUCII.
Services at 11 a, 111. uud 7:30 p.
iii. All are welcome.
LOCAL AND OENERAL NEWS.
Tiik dredge has been brouglit back
llous'i whs closed all
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2 will
have a drill Ibis uftoinoon.
Iiik regular Saturday afternoon
coneurl by Iho bn id at Emma Square
TfiR Legislature will convene for
business on Monday morning at 10
The II tisehiild Guard- made a gal
lant showing to-day, obeying com
mands with commendable precision
DoN'r forget the Musin farewell
conceit at the Opura House this even
ing. An attractive progiam will bo
It wub a gala day with the fair sex
at the opening of the Legi-dature to
day. Almost every fashion imagina
ble was represented.
Hons. P. 1 Kiinoa, A S. Wilcox
and G. N. Wilcox, nietnbeis of the
Legislature, arrived in town on thu
.lames Makee thin inoining.
Thk eteanier Mokolii br -light from
Lanui this morning Kit) line sheep.
Consequently there will bo plenty of
mutton for the next few days.
Crescents and Hawaii play bill
this afternoon. Tl. will be woith while
miing to mo the match, as b lib teams
have been practising hard and expect
to put up a good game.
Akteu Iho opening ceremonies the
HtiM.CTiN representative took the
chair of the Governor of Maui, and
the Advertisor representative that of
the Governor of Kauai, in default of
more humble conveniences.
The Bum.kiin reported yesterday
that two Voii n g girls had deserted
iheir home and wero living at Manoa.
A police officer went to the place at -1
o'clock this morning, but the birds
had down. They must have read the
Hkmiy Papson, charged with the
lircenyofa gold watch and chain,
iho property of Mr. J. Silva, was dis
i harmed in the Police Court this morn
ing. Six witnesses were examined
and all gave the came story in favor
of the prisoner. The prosecution, con
sequently failed to make out their
The Chinese males urrived by the
bark Velocity without permits are not
detained on boaid. They have been
released to the number of 25 on bonds
nf $500 each to leave the kingdom
within six months. There are already
53 Chinese in prison Ah Hung, about
whom a desperate legal fight was had,
and his confreres and to put any
more in durance would severely tax
C. J. McCarthy has lots
stiec.t for sale.
After shaving utc Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonbon, Smith & Co.,
Native Fans and Curios in great
variety at the "Elite" Ice Cream
The Brunswick billiard "pallors are
the most elegant pleasure resort in
"Where shall I see you this even
ing?" "Oh, uanio old place, the
The Waimanalo Sugar Co. will
meet on Monday at the office of Alex.
L. J. Levey will bold an assignee's
sale of gvueial merchandise at his
saleHrooiu on Wednetday next.
Fresh roll- and doughnuts and a
fine cup of ruil'cu you can get every
morning at the "Elite" Ice Cream
I'm lors. 5-lm
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. adver
tise, with the aid of President Harri
son, the Hendry Bleaker as a labor
Delicious ooifcu and chocolate will
be nerved every morning early at the
Palace Ice Qreuin Pallors, Ludwigsen,
A Cron, Hotel street. 1-tf
Those who desire contributing flow
ers to Geo. W. de Long Post are re
el ucsted to notify Mr. L. L. La Picric,
Mutual telephone 22G.
Po stji a hter-General Walter Hill
makes overtures for tenders for the
purchase of $50,000 of coupon bonds
of the Hawaiian Government.
Get- your noots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. ToennIeb, on Eatt
Hotel street. Fiist-class work, low
A. J. Oautwioht, agent ot Imperial
Fire Insurance Co., advcrtit-cs for
sealed proposals for the repair of the
building on the corner of Jicrotaniii
and Alakea streets.
All veterans of thu lato U. S. A
war are invited to attend thu memorial
services at the Central Union Church
to-morrow evening, uud to join thu
Post column on Decoration Day.
Dressmaking, Cutting and Filling
done at ladies' hoiibcg. Perfect lit
guaiantced. MISS WOLF, 73Bero-
tania sliect, or .Mutual telephone (,
before 8 a, 111. or 5.-3Q p. 111. 8-3m
The Waiakea Mill Oq. elected tho
fallowing otljeors to-dny -. T. H. Duvies,
preaidenl ; Alex. Yol,nKi vice-presi:
dent; F. M, Swany, treasurer; K, W,
Holdbworth, secretary; T. It. Key
Colonel William G. Halpin of Cin
cinnati died May H. He served in u
Kentucky Union regiment during the
war, after which he went to Ireland,
nheie he was uriested as a Fenian.
Ho served four years of a fourteen
years' sentence in u Hrltish prison,
and was then pardoned. He re
lumed to Cincinnati, where he made
his Lome up to the day of his death.
HKHr,kM('fc t '
Auspicious Opening of the Ses
sion of 1892,
Speech From tin Throne by
llcr Miijcvly L-lui-
Queen Liliuokalaui opened the first
session of the Legislature iu her
reign at 12 o'clock to-day. The
Legislative Chamber had been nicely
piepared for the occasion. In place
of the large desk at which the Presi
dent sits during a session, and the
Judges of the Supreme Court at
term, a throne was placed, covered
with a rich yellow feather cloak, in
front of which stood a dainty little
table. On either side nf the dais in
front was a large stand of lilies inter
spersed with flowers, and there was
a variegated bouquet in the middle.
Scats were placed in sections for
the Nobles and Representatives and
special "tiesl". At the side wall to the
right were chairs for wives of Minis
ters, Judges and Her Majesty's staff,
Bishop Willis and wife. Iu front of
these was a row occupied by Govern
or Everett of Maui, Governor Ittce
of K'luai, Captain Sampson of the U.
S. F. S. San Francisco and Captain
Ueiter of the U. S. S. Thetis. Along
the opposite wall were ranged mem
bers of the Privy Council and their
ladies, then the Consular corps aud
ladies, with the Diplomatic corps and
ladies in front. Beyond the members'
entrance on the side w.ere four chaiis
for reporters, ouly a representative
each from the Advertiser and Bulle
tin availing themselves of the privi
lege. In front of the reporters were
chairs for Rev. It II. Hoes, chaplain
of the San Francisco, and wife, and
Rev. Mr. Qstrum and wife. On the
opposite side, but facing the plat
form, were the officers of U. S. naval
ships in port in uniform. The mid
dle sections were devoted to the No
bles and Representatives, with seats
for their lady friends behind and
back of these the general public.
Of the Diplomatic corps tlit-rc
were prosent His Ercollonoy .1. L.
Stevens, United State4 Minister Pleni
potentiary, Major J. II. Wodeliouse,
Commissioner and Consul-General
for Great Britain ; Mons. Vizzavona,
acting Commissioner for France, with
the acting Chancellor, Mr W. M.
Giffard ; and Mr. Masaki, Japanese
Commissioner. Consuls present com
prised Mr. H. W. Severance, U. S.
Consul-General ; Mr. F. A. Schacfer,
Consul fur Italy and Dean of the
Corps; Mr. II. W. Schmidt, Consul
for Sweden and Norway, Mr. II. F.
Glade, German Consul ; Mr. J. F.
Hackfeld, for Russia ; Mr. H. Renjes,
Spain and Mexico, and Mr. T. R.
Walker, British Vice-Consul.
Four large kahili bearers in feather
capes aud tall bats stood two on each
side ot the throne, holding aloft thoir
stately emblems, and were joined by
the Queen's special kahili bearer just
before the entry of the royal proces
sion. At 12 o'clock a royal salute
from the shore battery announced
that the Queen had loll the Palace.
A few minutes later the wives of the
Chief Justice, Minister of Foreign
Affairs, Minister of the Interior, aud
Second Associate Justice Mrs.
Judd, Mrs. Pat ker, Mi a. Spencer and
Mis. Dole respectively entered and
took their places to the right. Gov
ernors Everett and Rice and the
wives of members of H. M.'s staff
were escorted to their seats, and
then Cols. laukea, Bertelmaun,
Boyd, Richardson and Holt, and
Captain Lilikalani, of Her Majesty's
staff, preceded the Queen and royal
family into the chamber. Her Ma
jesty entered, escorted by Chief Jus
tice the Hon. A. F. Judd, aud at
tended by Major the Hon. J. W.
Robertson, Chamberlain, Mesdames
"Wilson and Clark, ladies-in-waiting,
and train heaters. The Queen wub
accompanied by His Excellency A.
S. Cleghorn, Governor of Oaliu, aud
Princes Kuwanunakoa and Kulauiaua
ole. Ministers Parker, Widemaun,
Spencer aud Whiting entering a little
in advance of the royal patty took
their positions standing, together
with Judges Bickertou aud Dole, di
rectly in front of the platform. Her
Majesty was dressed iu a black bro
caded silk dress with full train. On
her left breast she wore the Star of
the Crown of Hawaii, u silver and
diamond ornament, ii; her laii, and u
crimson sash suspended from the
right shoulder. The ladies-in-waiting
were richly dressed in black silk with
lavender trimmings ami lavender
After prayer by Rev. J. Waiamau,
Chaplain of the Legislature of 18U0,
the Queen read from a handsome
portfolio, banded to her by the
Chamberlain, the speech from tho
throne. She read first the native
Version, then the English, iu clear,
inodqlatcd tones, but people near the
(oiioics cumiu uui, near me wouis
owing to au irrepressible liublmb out
side. Following is the jpeuuh 1
THE QUEKN'S SPEECH.
Nobles r ml Jtopresentutivea:
Since the Legislature of this King
dom labt assembled, death has taken
from us your lamented King and My
beloved brother. His reign of nearly
seventeen yeata marked an extraor
dinary epoch iu our country's history,
1111 cm of unparalleled commercial ad
vaucement, of educational enlighten
uieut uud political progress. His
hue Majesty's memory will be held
sacred by lifs friends, and his success
ful lnbor's in thu interests of his peo
ple properly estimated and respected
The dcciec of Providence and the
Constitution of Iho Kingdom having
called Mo to rccupy the Throne of
Hawaii, it is My earnest prujer that
Divine as'iistanco may be vouchsafed
to enable Mo to discharge the duties
of the exalted position to the advan
tage of My people and the permanent
benefit of Hawaii.
With the consent of the Nobles of
the Kingdom I havo appointed Her
Royal Highness the Princess Victoria
Kawekiu Katulam Luualilo Kalaui
nuiahilapalapa as My successor.
Fully recognizing that by the Con
s' Itulion and laws of the Kingdom
My station is that of a Constitutional
Mouaicli, accepting the will of My
people as pronounced by them
lliiough their representatives In the
Legislature and My Constitutional
Advisers the Ministers of the Crown,
I shall firmly endeavor to preserve
the autonomy and absolute indepen
dence of this Kingdom, and to assist
iu perpetuating the rights and privi
leges of all who arc subject to our
laws and in promoting their wel
fare and happiness.
I am gratified to state that My re
lations with Foreigu Powers are of
tho most cordial and friendly nature.
The treaty of commercial recipro
city between this Kingdom and the
United States which has hitherto
proved so bcucfical to both countries
iu building up aud maintaining a
larger commerce and exchange of
productions has been seriously affict
ed by tariff legislation made by the
Congress of the United States, the
effect of which on our principal in
dustry is being severely felt. I trust
that wuch legislation as may tend to
relieve the consequent itcpicsston
will receive your early and careful
1 recommend tho appointment of a
Special Commission to ascertain the
most practical manner of developing
and expanding the several industiial
and agricultural resources of the
Kingdom ; and more especially with
a view to enable small land holders
to add to the wealth and progress of
the Kingdom by raising such products
as the soil and climate ot the country
The probability of a decrease in
the revenues of the Kingdom requires
economy and retrenchment in the ex
penditure of the public funds; but
I earnestly hope that every offort
will be made to carry out all neces
sary internal improvements through
out the Kingdom.
I note with ploqsqro. that surveys
are being made between the western
coast of the United States of Ameri
ca and these Islands for tho purpose
of laying a submarine cable. I sin
cerely hope that every effort to con
nect Hawaii by an electric cable with
the outside world will continue to re
ceive your assistance.
I commend to your enrnest atten
tion the invitation received by My
Government from the Picsident of
the Uuited States of America to par
ticipate in the four hundredth anni
versary of the discovery of Auier
cai by Christopher Columbus by
sending an exhibit to the World's
Columbian Exposition to be held at
the city of Chicago in 1893.
My Ministers will submit for your
consideration the Reports of their
several Departments and the laws
necessary for the welfare of the
Kingdom and the promotion of the
objects I have referred to.
Noui.es and Reimiesentatives:
Invoking the blessing of Divine
Providence upon your deliberations ,
I now declare the Legislature of the
For half an hour before the open
ing the Royal Hawaiian Baud, sta
tioned around the KameLameba statue
in front of the Government building,
played selections, and Hawaii Ponoi
hen the Queen arrived and departed.
The Household Guards, under com
mand of Col. Sam. Nowlein, formed
a guard of honor on either side of
the carriage diivc. The Queen's
slate carriage was drawn by a span
of black horseo. Gov. Cleghorn rode
by himself 111 tho second carriage,
the two Princes in the third, and
ladies-in-waiting in the fourth. After
the Queen's departure the band con
tinued to play until the close nf the
sitting of the House, and then pre
ceded the Guards in the march back
to the Palace.
The crowd in the Government
building was as large as on uny other
occasion, overflowing from the cham
ber to fill the corridors, and many hud
to content them-elves with a position
outside by the windows. Messrs, J.
A. Hassinger, G. E. Smithies, Ed.
Stiles and Geo. Ross were the ushers,
performing their arduous duties with
MEM1IEUS IN SEbSIOK.
After the spectators had mostly
dispersed, the Houc was called to
older by Mr. Chas. Wilcox, Secre
tary of the Legislature of 1800.
There was some discussion as to
whether the election of a temporary
president or the calling of the roll
should lake precedence. .On a vote
it was decided to call tho roll, when
thu following members responded to
Samuel Parker, Foreign Affairs.
II. A. Widemanti, Finance.
C. N. Spencer, Interior.
W. A. Whiting, Attorney-Geneial.
J. S. Walker, C. O. Herger, John
Una. E. O. Macfarlane, D. W. Pua,
A. P. Peteison, J. A. Cummins, J.
N. S. Williams, Paul Neumann for
J. M. Homer, J. Marsden, Alex.
Young for Hawaii,
II. P. Baldwin, W. Y. Horner, W
II. Cornwell, It. D. Walbridgc, Jas.
Anderson for M.iui.
G. N. Wilcox, A. Dtcier ror
W C. Wilder, Hist. 1, C. W. Ash
ford. Dist 3. S K Aki, Dist. -I, S.
K. I in, Dni .i. Honolulu, A. Ka
tilii. hwn and Wiiinuac; J. K. Bush,
Ko'd .iipok 1- -foi O.diii.
J Niw.ni, S.utli Ililo; K. M.
Konlimi, Central Ililo; A. Horner,
Noitn lliln: .1. K K uinamano, Ila
inakiia ; (!. P. Ki'iiauoha, Kohala ;
J. II. Waipitilani, Koua; J. N. Ka
pnhti, Kan for Hawaii.
T S. Nahinii, Molokai ; Win.
While, L-ilmmi; L. W. P. Kancalii,
North Wailuku ; Win Edmonds,
South Wailuku; J Kaluna, Maka
wao; .1. K. lo-epa, liana for Maui.
J. A. Akina, Waiuirn; W. O.
Smi'h, Lihue for Kauai.
The abwentees were Nobles It. R.
Hind mid J. G. lloapili, Hawaii; L.
A. Thurston, Mniii, and P. P. Ka
nou, Kauai ; and It-'prcschtatives
Bipikane and It. W. Wilcox,
and A. S. Wilcox, Kauai.
W. O. Smith was nominated
elected without opposition as teni
potary president, and then the House
adjourned till 2:30 p. m. to-day.
The House re-assembled at 2:30,
and spent 20 minutes discussing whe
ther organization should be proceed
ed with then, or postponed until
Monday morning. It was decided to
have a committee on credentials ap
pointed to report forthnith.
Mr. Smith, tcmpoiary chairman,
appointed Messrs. Neumann, Bald
win, D. W. Pua, Akiti.i and M-ir-idun
such committee, and they retired at
2 :."0 to examine ciedetnials.
At 3:55 the House elected Noble
J. S. Walker Picsidrul by acclama
tion, and then adjourned till 10
The demi-train is to disappear.
What is a spring hat1 without a
pair of streamers.
Chenies are ripe iu millinery, as
well as at VacaVille.
The -100 are wearing suake-skiu
neckties. Philadelphia Record.
Fioni Paris conies the news that
walking dresses are made much
The military jacket is now a fore
most fashion among the country
Belt and bonnet of tbe fair lady
are both resplendent with buckles or
Fruit ices to be eaten with the fork
are now served at formal .dinners iu
lieu of dessert.
New plates for ' standing feeds"
have a circular well at the edge which
just holds a coffee cup.
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.
When in need of SOAP
that you will be better
bitited every way by go
ing to a store that keep-
assortment of the article re-
believe it may in
you to know that
store is that place
week we call vour
to a new soap iu thib mar
ket. Ab the manufacturers have not
been in businCbS for centuries they
arc willing to
for less 1110
in j limn .in
and you re
Jaw. S. Kirk fc Co. are btriving to
make as good an article as the other
bO.ip makers ami y v,.,. 1 thoir
Sbau don Bellh ivSM, boapis
equal to the best. )
These cuts do ; '"""' not re
picbcnt the mzo of the cakes, but the
difieroncu it- iu tbe price.
The stoic that i-ellx the
best soda will boll the most
houp. You 1110 a judge of
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Ooriinr li'ort fc Jvliiu (-I iM'isli
I) KKSONS having Flowers to contri
bute to "Oo. W. DeLong l'oit
No. 45," will pleao n tifv Ml. L. L.
Lal'lene. Mutud Tel. No. 22, w will
call fm them Monday forenoon.
JM It L'liK CO.MMl'iTKi:.
LL Veterans of the late l
S. A. War aie most cor
dially luvlied to attend .Memoiiul
,Seivice buuday evening, May
J'Hh, at Ceutial Union Church,
flailing fiom the l'ot Itoom at
7: in 1'. M. Also to join the 1'oM
,011 Deeoiution Day, May SOlh,
column to uiaicli at U i. M. from
Room on King btieet.
1'er oidcr of Committee.
Adjutant Geo. W. DeLong l'oot, G.
A. It. 133 It
WA-IAJUSA. MILL UO.
annual meotiiig of theaboe
held tills day at
nlllcu ot Tlieo. 11. Uavies iV. uo , in
Honolulu., the following ollleein we in
elected for tho ensuing jearj
I'ieldent Theo. 11, Davles,
Vice-l'iesldent. ,.,... Alex. Young,
Treasurer., V, M. hwaiuy,
Seoretaiy K. V. llohUwoitn,
Auditor... T. It. Keyworlh.
E. V, UOLDriW'OUTll,
Honolulu, May '21, lb02. Yii at
L J JJ
. 1 j t-gav
I ' ..4 A3 " Va-"
labor equal to a two cent bounty on the sugar produced on
the land which the plow has bruhen. It means that your
saving-in horses, mules or oxen will pay for the plow'lhe
first week you use it
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu'
m- 1 1 !:
Is the very luliM .aliuu incut in
'IbcbC Simriniib, the
and tiii: ni:w
Zsiss-taiipiiii l :ij-,:
MtK KUK SAUC BY
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian I-l.uul.-
iS30s fyJr.SM3L J&E3 ffliL K3EP
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
uhoice Millinery !
WE HAVE THE VEKY
NEW TR MMINGS !
Special Reduction in School Hats
S&- FOR I WEEK OWLY -t
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL H4TS FOR 25 CIS.
CONSlirUl,INt!THE"lMONEKlt" I'LANP, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN LSWt BY C. E.
Furniture, Gubiucl Makiii Uiiliultcrinir &
' 0' l 0
Business Iu Honolulu aie still extant, and the l'iines it originator and
pici-ciit pinpiietor heie lo May. Having ptuvliu-ed the entire liltuiOit of
the late Hun of II. II. William) & Co., compiling the large-it stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever in Honolulu; piluelp illy selected li II. II William dining hi- lulu tlitee
mouths' vUit lo the Coa-t, 1 now offi r ttiN sioek aud Inline additions for
OA.S1I at prices much lets ihau hi'ietofoie charged.
tcyTlie undeinigiieil In leuiulug his old place nnil 1ii1iic;b w add luspcct
fillly tender hi grateful ih.mU fju iliCUheral p.itiun.igo ot old fi lends ot Ihla
and nelghboilng Inlands, and hupus to tnlfiii a continuance of their favor while
Soliciting a share fiom new friends; and again offeis his services hi
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Esjiorlcuccd and Caieful Men ulih Suilalilo Apparatus.
M itling of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Vlen !
BkaT PIANOS FOR SALE OR
M'c will Soli lor
Ladies', Men's &
Itoliiw 'oni I -dn
tSjr lief ore you maku jour pmelute
To your slock of
implomtMiis .'in ait
growing- 111 fa voi' with man
agers and employer
you to I'ea
aniK'xation li.e that
means a savin if ol expense in
m fM a.Wr0WJfV
LATEST STYLES IN
NEW RIBBONS 1
WILLIAMS FOB CONDUCTING TIIL
RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -a
Til KICK DAYS Only
Children's Shoes !
rar UjI"v Com !
pl-'Uhx eill in and examine our pilce-. "X8
10UKL1C11 & CO.,
Cut tier Furl & Hotel strcuU.
l $ oifiy