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MONDAY, MAY 30, 18J2.
Stiiir Kaalu from Klliuea and Hanalcl
Stmr Mikaha.a from Ka al
Haw lk Andrew Welch, Drew, 17 days
fiom Sun Francisco
Am uk Albeit, Winding. ) days fiom
Brit bk Nauna, 4'J days from Newcastle.
S mr Itllaiica Hon from llamakiia
Stmr J A Cummins for ICoolau and Wai-
manalo at 11 a m
Stmr Mokolii lor Molokal aud Maui at 5
Atntr Walmanalo for Molokal aud Maui
at 5 p in
Schr Ka Mol for Ivoholalcle
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr C It Bishop for Katiukii and Pima-
Stmr Waiaieate for Lahalua and Hama-
kua at 10 a m
StmrMikahala for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Claudliie for Maui at 5 p in
Stmr Ka.ila for ICiiuai at 4 p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Miknhiila-nsoa bags Migar,inn bags
rice. 0 green hidu, . horses, 11 b.igs
dried fish, 70 pkgs sundries.
F0REIQN VESSELS EXPECTED.
H 1 M S lliei. Mori. froni.Iapan
K M S S Muripo-.i, Huywaid, from San
FrancUeo, .nine 3
S S Australia, iloiidletto.from San Frau
cisco, June 11
S S Monowai. Uaiey, from Syduey and
Auckland, June i
S S Gaelic, Pearne, from San Fr.mcifco,
S S Yam.ishiro Main, Yrouug, from Yo
kohama aud Hongkong. June 2!
S S (Joliina, Austin, from San Kruuuisco
Ani.bk Ceylon, Calhouu, from San Frau
Am ship Pactolus, Beadle, from New
Am bk Mimatru, Thomas, from New
casile, X S W
Gerbk J U Piluger, from Bienien, July
Ger bk J C Glade, fiom Liverpool, June
Haw slilp Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 15
Norbk Haviiueii, Evangen, from New-ca-tle,
Am bk Maig.net from Newcastle, NSW
Bntbk Ventas fiom Newcastle. N S W
33k i.ieta from Newcastle, X S W
FOREIGN VESSELS IN
S S San Fiancisco, Hear
Brown, from San Dleeo
U S S "1 hetls, Keller, from San Francis
co, via Hilo
Am is stmr Morning Star, Garland,
from South r-ea Islands
Am ship J U Potter, Moyer, from New
Am 5-m schr Louis, Hatch, from New
eatle, N S W
Am 4-ni'.td s-clir Carrier Dove, Brandt,
lrom Newcastle, NSW
Am bk Elshioie, Perkins, from New
castle, N S W
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco Am bkt Irmgard, Schmidt, from Sun
Am 4-niasted bklno (Mini les F Crocker,
Lund, fiom Sydney, N S W
Br bblp Benniore, JeiiKlils, fiom Liver
pool Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from San
Sch Hubert l.ewers, Goodman, San Frau-
Haw bk Fooling Ruey, Muhuny, Boston
Hi It bk Veloilty from Hongkong
Brit bk Nanua, from Newcastle, N S W
From Molokal per stmr Wahnaualo,
May 28-Hon T S Nuhlnu.
From Kuiml per stmr Mlkahala, May
"9 J Gaudall, Miss Uaud.ill, A Gniidali,
A T Atkinson, K MoirU, J Lhnpo, LP
Lincoln, .1 Dixon Ji, D Moitou, S K Ka
to, W vilglit,,F Uuenero, Ako, ing
x thong, Kuat Yuen, C Apol aud 05 deck.
The hark Albert, Winding master, ar
jlved this moinliig llja days from San
iaucltco, with a cm go of uii'ichundUe
and produce valued at 20,454. The
Miipmciit includes 1025 ctU bailey 125
hlil- Hour, 100 vllb Wheat. B70 bis ha ,
J.100 i-l's hrau, lt)0 sks iiilildlluus, til ctlu
coin, 58 cfls huans, 40 ells oats, UiO sks
fi-itlllitcr, 7000 Hit sugar, 1200 lbs effeo.
3U17 gals wine, 2illi cs cuiuifd gooiU,50
c s.iiinoii, 450 cb coal oil mid 150 bbls
Tim bark Ceylon was cleuicd from Sail
"Jfimicl'co on May 7th, for this port with
iiiLMcliandUi) valued ul 87170, including
2.114 clMmiloy, 15 ells wheat. 7il2 ks
luiui. 2i,0 ells Ileum-, 250 sks middlings,
111 his hay, 'i'AW lh tobacco and 27 in
'lh' stcuiiiur W G Hull will bo duo to
inoi iw Uoa wludwuid pom,
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
nuuaun's benellt concert Thttttsduy
Tuk Custom House
closed at noon
The band will play nt Etntvui
Sqiiaro this ovoning.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
clear; wind light northeast.
Six cases of diunkctiness wore re1
corded on the Police Court calendar
Tin: It M. S. S. Muiipusa will be
due heie on hor way to the Colonies
en Fiiday next.
The two local banks and a number
of t tutu closed at 1 o'clock this after
noon iu recognition of Decoration
Mit. F. P. Hustings, Clerk ol the
Foreign OUlee, was chief of the stufl'
of Ufherd at the opening of the Legis
lature. A larch: liuhing boat wan launched
to-day near the new market building
by some Portugue.se who intend to go
into the falling trade.
Mit. Wm. 11. Daniels has been ap
pointed Police and District Justice of
Wailuku, in place of Mr. Kcpoikai,
promotid to be Circuit Judge.
Two nioiv pit poodles woie poison
ed on Uaideu Lane tin- otliei night.
Five pet dogs have been done uway
with iiibide of one week.
Mit. Theo. P. Severin took a fine
negative of Her Majesty as bhc en
tered the statu carriage after the
opening of the Legislature.
Judgment was given by Police
.In -tii't' Foster in the assumpsit suits
against George Hoss on Friday in
favor of pi mini (I'd. An appeal was
Let all Honolulu turn out Thurs
day night at the Opera House and d
honor to Henry Berger, the band
master who has been a hard working
An Mut was arrested yesterday for
furious and heedlcos driving. When
arraigned in the Police Court to-day
lie pleaded guilty aud was sentenced
to pay a tine of $9.
His Excellency J. L. Stevens,
United States Minister, and Major
Wodehouse, British Commissioner,
were present at the proceedings in
the treason cases this morning.
The early bird catches the worm,
so if yuu want a seat for Berger's con
cert Thursday night, remember that
the box plan opens at Lewis J, Le
vey's at 9 o'clock to-morrow morning.
Captain J. C. M. Winding, of the
fiiht bailing vessel Albert, has the
thanks of the Bulletin for late news
favors. The Albert came down in
ll-1 days aud still upholds its reputa
tion. The Government building upstairs
and downstairs was crowded to-day,
the attractions being the Legislature
and the treason trial. Very few
natives outside of policenn-n on duty
attended the trial.
A tklkgmam in late San Francisco
papers received by !he bark Albert,
says that Captain J. C. Watson has
been ordered to hold hinibclf in readi
ucbs to cominaiid the cruibcr San
Francisco now in port.
The S. S. Mariposa on her last trip
to San Francisco had on board two
kangaroo rats from the Zoological
Gardens, Sydney, Austialia, to James
Lawson. They are the first of the
kind ever impoited into San Fran
cisco. Mn. Severin, photographer, was
bhootiug ostriches, with his "camera,
on Dr. Trousseau's ranch, Kapiolani
Pai k, yesterday. Ho secured "Jumbo,"
the big Cape male bird, and a beauti
ful large gray female, with a brood of
chicks ten days old.
The San Francisco Chronicle of
May 18th contains tho following : The
Colima lying at the Pacific Mail docks
as an extra steamer, will tako the
quarantined Chinese of the steamer
Ciiy of Peking to Honolulu us soon
as they are rclc.ucd from Angel island.
In tho treason trial this afternoon
the witness, Nawaakoa, tcbtificd that,
at one of thu meetings of the League,
Col. Abhford ui'vised attacking the
Palace before the meeting of thu Ieg-i-lituie,
ami lecoinmeiided the pro
curing of revolvers becauso they were
more easily concealed than rifles.
An immense crowd turned out to
see (he Memorial Day parade this af
ternoon. There wuro a company of
marines and one of bluejackets from
tho U, S.'F. S. San Francisco, besides
the Household Guards GO strong and
tho police 35, as an escort to the vet
erans. The Hoyal and the San Fran
u sco's bauds wuie iu tho procession.
U. S. Minister Stevens delivers the ora
tion at Nuuaiiu cemetery.
One of thu icceiil productions of
Honolulu bkillcd labor is an elegant
Victoria, now iu the salesioom of the
Hawaiian Carriigu Manufacturing
Co, Honolulu is celebrated for the
superior vehicles turned out hv its
suveral carriage shops, aud it would
appear thai the linn just mentioned
lias achieved such results in cairiugu
work that ri'lleots additional credit on
thu ability of local nrtibaiis.
A CAiii.EGKAM lately received iu this
city status that John D. Sprcckols and
wife, who sailed from New York for
Eutopu on Wednesday week, nrrived
al Livurpool on Wednesday last, uftur
a plu.isaul passage. Mr. Spreckuls
will probably remain abroad about Mx
months, and hopes to meet his father
during the coining fall iu Alexandria,
1-uypl, returning homu by thu way of
India, China ami Jap iu. S, F, paper,
Thu bi'Ht thing to huikI to
your IVIoikIh abroad is King
Bros,' Illustrated Houviuiir
ni'lluwnil. which Ih KoLtou
up lor tho purpoHo mid is
not un udvortiHomont.
M ..Dilute HchmIoii.
House was c,allctl to order at 10
o'clock by President Walker and
prnyer was then offered by Hup.
Secretary Wilcox read the minutes
of the flfst day's proceedings in
English and luturpiitur Wilcox in
Hawaiian, nud they w re, on motion,
approved, after a slight corruction by
Thu President then said that ac
cording to the rules the tiext business
would be the election of vice-president.
Hon. Noble J. M. Horner nominat
ed Hon. Noble J. Kauhnne.
Hon. Noble D. W. Pun moved that
a Justice of the Supreme Court be
requested to attend to swear in one
of the members now present, Hep. S.
K. Pun, who was not sworn iu Satur
day. Hop. Nawnln waited on the
Chief Justice, and during his ab
sence a slight controversy was start
ed by Rep. lvamauoha, who desire 1
that Rule U be complied with and
three members sent a3 a committee.
The Chief Justice arriving Rep. S.
K. Pua was sworn in.
The House then proceeded to the
election of vice-president, the nomi
nees being Hon. Noble J. Kauhant
and Rep. J. Nawalu, the latter being
nominated by Rep. Kaiiuamano.
Hon. Nobles (Jornwell, Marsdeu
and G. N. Wilcox were appointed by
the President, on motion of Hon
Noble Pua, as tellers.
Thu votes being collected and
called showed that a total of -15 votes
were cast, of which Hon. Noble Kn
uhanc had 23 mid Itep. Nawulii had
22, and Hon. Noble Kiuhanc was de
Nominations being in order for
clerk the following names were pre
seutcd. Hon. Noble E. C. Macfar
lune nominated in a neat, speech Mr.
Cha9. J. McCarthy. Hon. Noble A.
Young nominated J. A. Low. Rep.
S. Akina nominated S. L. Kekumaiui.
The President in answer to a ques
tion of Rep. W. O. Smith rulec that
a majority of tho votes of those
present and voting were necessary to
elect. Balloting was then had on
the names presented with the follow
ing result on the first ballot, viz :
McCarthy, 22 ; Low, 11 ; Kekumaiio,
10 ; total cast 4G. The Presidei t
declared no election, so a second
balloting was had, resulting in the
casting of 45 votes, of which C. J.
iueuariny uau 20, low zu aim o. u.
Kekutnano 2. Clias. J. McCarthy
was declared elected Cleik of thu
Legislative Assembly for 1892.
For Interpreter of the Assembly,
Hon. Noble Paul Neumann staled
that, as he did not wish the olllce
himself, he took pleasure in nominat
ing Mr. W. Luther Wilcox. Under
suspension of the rules Mr. Wilcox
was elected Interpreter by acclama
tion. For Chaplain there were three can
didates, Revs. Kalama, Waiauau and
Niau. Rev. Waiamau was elected
on tho flr3t ballot by a vote of 2G.
For Sergeant-at-arms Rep. White
nominated J. Prcndergrast, Hup.
Waipuilani nominated F. J. Testa,
and Rep. Ivanealii nominated T. R.
Lucas. The first ballot showed a
total of 16 votes cast, of which T. R.
Lucas had 7, J. Prcndergrast 17 and
F. J. Testa 22.' Te9ta had a plural
ity but not a majority of the votes
cast, so a second balloting was had
iu which Lucas' friends lidded their
strength to Testa and elected him.
Testa receiving 2G votes to Prender
grast's 18, scattering 1. Testa was
Out of 9 contestants for the posi
tion of Messenger Mr. Isaac Sher
wood was the successful candidate,
and for the olllce of Janitor nut of
the twelve candidates presented by
name, Okua Piikoi became elected
on the second ballot.
President Walker presented a com
munication from George W. DeLong
1'ost, Grand Army of the Republic,
and which, read by Secretary Mc
Carthy, conveyed an invitation from
that body to be present this after
noon, at the decoration services to
be held iu commemoration of Memo
rial Day. On motion the communi
cation was received and placed on
President Walker announced the
Standing Committees of the House to
be as follows:
Foreign Relations lions. E. C.
Macfarlaue, II. P. Baldwin, J. Na
walii, J. Kauimmuno, C. O. llerger.
Judiciary Jons. Paul Neumann,
W. O. Smith, Wm. While, A. P. Pet
erson, C. W. Ashford.
Finance lions. II. P. Baldwin, E.
C. Macf.irlune, J, A Akina, K. M.
Koahou, L. A. 1 liurslon.
Sanitary lions. W. O. Smith, R.
R. Hind, D. W. Pun, A. Young, J
Military lions. W. II. Corn well,
W. Y. Horner, p. O. Bipikaue, J.
Anderson, G. IV lvamauoha.
Public Lauds and Internal Im
provements Hems. L, A. Thurston,
W. C. Wilder, J. A. Cummins, A.
Dicier, K. W. Wilcox.
Commerce, Agriculture and Manu
factures lions. W O. Wilder, A. S.
Wilcox, W. Edmonds, John Enti, A.
Education IJuiih. G. N. WIIodx,
J. M. Horner,' J- Nnwahi, J. G. Hoa
pill, Paul Neumann,
Accounts lions. C, O. Berger,
John Eua, J, Kuluua, G. 1', Katimu
olia, A. S Wilcox.
Rules lions. U. W. Ashford, T.,
S. Nulnmi, A. Kuuhl, J, JC7 KuUna
jiiKiio, J. Mursdeu.
Enroll tnent and Revision Hons.R.
D. Wnlbridge, J. K. Hush, P. P. Ka
noa, S. K. Pun, Win. White
Printing lions. J. N. S. Williams,
W. 11. Comwcll, J. H. Wnipuilani,
K. M. Koahou, J. E Rush.
Miscellaneous Petitions lions. J.
Mnrsdcn, L. P. Kanenlii, S 1C. Aki,
J. R. Ioscpa, A. P. Peterson.
Uudor suspension of the 1 tiles thu
Minister of Finance, Hon. II. A.
Widemiuin, presented nntl read for
the first time n hill providing for the
appropriation of the sunt ol S2U00
for the purpose of paying thu salaries
of interpreters and witness fees and
for other items for which no specific
provision had been made. On mo
lion tho hill was referred to the
Rep. Wilder moved that when the
House adjourn it do so until 10
o'clock Tuesday morning. Carried.
Reps W. O. Smith presented a
resolution setting 10 o'clock as the
regular morning hour for the meet
ing of the Assembly. Adopted.
On motion at 12:12 tho House
adjourned until lo-monow morning
at 10 o'clock.
THE MURDERED CHINAMAN.
Kvidenre AuaatUHt the Colored Couk
or the V. II. IHiuuiiU.
The Bulletin some time ago re
ported the arrest of Illinois Wise, the
colored cook of the Imrkcntine W.
II. DimOnd, at San Francisco, by
special detective Lockharl, for the
minder of a Chinaman found in the
bayou Sunday nioining, April 17.
Lockliart after thu arrust followed up
the clews he hud obtained with a
successful result, while awaiting the
necessary papers to bring Wise to
Honolulu. The San Francisco Cliro
trele of May 18 contains the follow
ing: "Detective Lockliart of Honolulu
yesterday searched tho room iu the
harkentiuc W. 11. Dimond that llli
nois Wise, the colored cook, occupied
previous to the supposed murder of
a Chine-c while the harkenline was
Iving at the dock iu Honolulu harbor
last month. His efforts were reward
cd by finding under a cleat, aud most
ingeniously stowed away, n blouse
and trousers such as are usually worn
by Chinese. The wearing apparel
was covered with blood. There were
two bunks in the room, and at the
head of the lower one blood stains
were plainly visible. Wise will be
taken to Honolulu on the steamer
Mariposa when she sails ten days
hence if (he necessary extradition
papers are ready. It is believed that
the cook enticed a Chinese into his
room with a promise to smuggle him
to this port and then killed him,
throwing the body overboard after
Captain Hopkins having left by the
Australia on Tuesday last with the
pnpers would not be li.igtimc for the
A CREAT EVENT.
Next Thursdav evening, June 2d,
a grand testimonial concert will be
given Mr. Henry Berger, our effi
cient bandmaster, who completes
twenty years service on that day.
The concert will be under the patron
age of Her Majesty the Queen. The
program will contain thirteen num
bers, and include solos by Ovide
Musin the violinist and his company,
they haviiig kindly volunteered their
services. Most of our leading ama
teurs assist, and many' novelties will
The box plau for the salu of seals
will open at 9 o'clock to-morrow,
Tuesday morning, at the olllce of Mr.
Lewis J. Levey, corner of Queen and
Fort streets. Personal application
for scats must be made. Reserved
tickets for the first three rows of the
dress ciicle will he 81.50, all other
seats down stairs SI. The frout row
of the balcony will be reserved at 81,
tho other seats 75 cents, gallery 50
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert this even
ing at Emma Square, commencing
at 7:30 o'clock, iu honor of Decora
tion Day. The program is as follows :
March- United States Beiger
Overtuie Dei oration Day Clans
Miserere Jl Tin vat ore Verdi
Medley N011I1 and vSotith Tolunl
"Ala JMki Mid " "Ainu Hau."
Medley Hccolhctlnns of the War. Beyer
Finale Liieretla Borgia ....Dounizeiti
Waltz Over thu Waves Ilosas
Mcilluy Pleasant Memories Beyer
On Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock
the Rev. J. Wolfindeu will deliver
his lecture on Westminster Abbey in
the Y. M. C. A. hull. Mr. Wolfin
deu has been long and favorably
known as a lecturer in both the
United Stales aud Australia. In his
lecture lie will not only speak of tho
building itself but also of the illustri
ous men and women whose dust
rests beneath the domes of that his
toric building. The lecture is for
the benefit of the Y. M. C. A. Ad
mission 25 cents.
A hay liorse awaits claiming
owner ill the pound.
Mihs.Maiiv Lvi.K, lately book-kcupur
with Egan it (Juiiii, is pruparoil lo do
btenographing and typu-wiiting at
inoduralo rates. (Jradu.ito of Hualil's
BiuiiH'i-h Cnllegii, San Francisco.
Olllce Willi O. J. McCaithy, 115 Mir
chant strctil. 2-1 in
The bust spring iiiedluiuu is u dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
Hut only pliycii) hut uluauu the whole
Dy.iilc.uj and purify tl WfiSlI- l''or
Bttlo by UenBon, mith & go., Agentb,
Wlmn in need of SOAP
ilml you will be lift lor
Milted evory way by go
um to a stor" that lot-p.
rue ii-oiuiiiMMit of the article re-
W iSb?S5v5 l,,,lii,' it '""y '"
this M0Mi slurc is that place
I h - iSSsSi'Sfj1 week wu call your
iitRMniiiii to .1 in w simp ill this mar
ket A- the uiiiiiufiii'turcts havu not
bi'i'ti in biixiui'.s for centuries thuy
ate willing tn -GHijJjv.
and yuu ic -
for luss mo
.In. S. lvirk A Co. are striving In
maki a- g ul an irtii'lc as the othui
oap maker.- and iflgfo&iCt ll,u'r
Shaudon UelU 4V3(A soapis
equal to the best. fp5jg)
The?e cuts tin not re-
pii'sent the size t.f the cakes, but the
inherence if in the price.
IIIU ,11 It....
'I,1 "'ns lhu SSIki
jll the most (queen datH 1
The htori- that sells thu
best soda will bell I
soap. You are
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Cornur Kort A: J v line streets.
P R O G II. A iVI M E
JDIY 4, 1893.
NUiiJinvr to ciiAviJi: i
1st RACE SPRECKELSVILLE
Hiiuning Hacc, -J-mile dash. Free
for all Hawaiian hied hor.-es.
2d RACE MAKAWAO PURSE.
Hnnning Hacc, f-niilo dash. Fico
3d RACE LAHAINA PURSE.
Trotting and Pacing, 1-niilo
heatb; best 2 in 3, to harncst-.
For all hores without a recoul of
lth RACE WAILUKU PURSE.
Running Race, -milu and lupeat.
Free to all Hawaiian bred horses.
5th RACE KAHULUI PURSE.
Running ltacu, 1-milu dash,
Gth RACE HANA PURSE.
'Plotting and Pacing, 1-mile
heats; best 2 in 'A, to harness.
Freu to all horses with no belter
record than '.i :00.
7th RACE KULA PURSE
Running Haco, -milo dash. For
Ponies Ll hands and under, to
cany 100 lbs. and upwards.
8th RACE MAN A CUP.
Running Race, Ijiniledasli. Free
to nil Hawaiian bred linrrCH.
9th RACE WAIHEE CUP.
Trotting and Pacing Haco, 1
milu heats, best !S iu 5, All hor
ses with a 1 coord of 2 .'10 or better
to go to road cart and carry 185
10th RACE CORINTHIAN.
Hnnning Haco, 1-ni dash. Wel
ter weights. Freu to all menthols
of lhu Asbociation.
Hunning Race, 1 j-milu dut-h,
12lh RACE POLO RACE.
Hiiuning ltacu, Vmilu dash.Owu
tus to lide, catch weights, For
liionibeis of any Polo Club in lhu
Haco, -niile dash. Catch
weiglits. Free to all
1 lth Race SWEEPSTA K E.
Running Race, g-miludash; han
dicap. $50 each, $10 foifeit. As
sociation iiddb $50. Fieu to all.
Per uitlor of Executive Coinniitteo.
L. M. VETLESEN',
Ahihsrs. Klii,' liniH. are
hhowiiitf a ilno lino ol' Bain
boo aud other stylo 1'arlor
ICiihiiIh, Wall liraeU:tH nud
Window CornliHjH uti nnUipH
lo meet the uinott.
labor equal to a two cent bounty
the land which the plow bus
saving- in horses, mules or oxen
first week you use it
H1WAUAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Ptrt'Ot, oppo. Sprockols' Bunk, Honolulu.
rX" 11 J2
DIAPHRAGM SHUTTER !
1h the very lnteM i-li ' m ni in
'I lie-0 Slil'TTKll.-, the
feT. A. Seed
VXD 'llli: NEW
Zw-AiUnat LnnsRh !
ABE FOB SALE BY
Sole Agentb for tin H.iwuii.iu I -land
104 Fort btreec, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TR M MINGS !
Special Reduction in School Hats
aer FOR I WEEK ONLY -a
CHILDRENS' SCHOOJ. HATS FOR 25 GTS.
CONS'IITUriXG THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN-LS59 BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Furniture, Cabinet lliikins Opliiilslnrioj fi L'oilerlaki
Business In Honolulu mo btill extant, and the badness, bs originator and
present piopiletor here to stay. Havhu puivh id the oiilliu inioroit of
the late tlim of II. II. Williams A; Co., eniiipilnliig the l.iige-1 block of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ker hi Honolulu; piluclpdly selected by II. II William-, durliii.' hi-, lalothiee
moullis' vUit to thu Cuim, 1 now offer this Muck and fu me nildittoub for
CASH at prices much lers than h-retofuiu charged.
Ifir 'I'ho undeilgned Iu lesiiiuing his old plnou ami Inii-inurs would 'respect
fully lender hi- grateful think- lor thu liberal patronage ol old filonils of this
and noighboilng Islands, and hope-, to ineilt a ciiiitiinianco of their favors while
soliciting a bhuro fiom new friends; and ngala offeis his eurvlces hi
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men whh Suitable App.1r.1t1u.
M.tting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Vlen !
m- PIANOS FOR SAt-E OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES.-
UOltiNHIt KOKT &
We will soil for
Ladies', Men's &
llitlov CJoKi : -Via
Iltifore yuu umVv your nurvhuii-
To your slock of plantation
implements an article that is
growing" in favor with man-
niKi employees every
We want you to rea
that your annexation
means a savin":
of expense in
ar produced on
It means that your
for the plow the
LATEST STYLES IN
TIIUMK IVS Only
Children's Shoes !
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phntso ciH iu mid i-miiilue tur wiuui,
s. uiutuuu & ua
e S'tftj is-
MtmKTWi' l'ik wnwmmcmwmimimwiMmnmmjE-i wu wm-wmiaA.nax
. Qumgr l&rt & Hatty itroeu. . j -