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WEDNESDAY, JUNK I, 1892.
Eq bk Ophir, liriiguiere, from New
castle, N h V
Schr .Moiwaliine from Ilamtkita
Am bkt Iringnrd, chinldt, for S.m Fran
cisco VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W. '
Slmr Kllauea Iloti for Kiikuiuii and Oo
Slmr Hawaii foi Hamakua at 5 p m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
.Stmr W G Hall 10 kegs butter. 100 pk2
smulrles, 5't bits coffee, 120 b.igs
aw a, 10 hides, 23 head cattle ami
5050 bugs Migar.
"Stmr hit wuil - 50 head of cattle and 5!)09
Stmr Leliuu 2400 bags sugar.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr W G
'Hull, -May 3i From Volcano: Hugo
Goldsmith, Mr Hull, Miss Jlutiie. 1-rom
way poitt.: Miss Flout 1103, Col SamNor
ris, Dr Cooper, H"ii J Kauhaue, Miss
Kaubane, Miss E K I moke, P h Taylor,
Itev T L Giiliek. J G Trobose, J now
and wife. J GPatisJr, H U Keudricks,
XV M Kalawaii, JV Kuaimokn and wife,
J A bin. Jno K.iuliale, lli'i I 11 bliui wood
and C5 deck.
For Kau.ii, per stmr Vikahnla, May 31
Mrs C 41 t'ooke and child. His Ex Gov
XV H Itice, G W Stiollam. Dr Walteis,
ilvwong bing bong, C L Btito, A Pol.
For Alaui. per himr Claudine, May 31
L von Tempsky and wife, Ui-s von
"1'empsky, 51 r 11 G 'I'leiidway, Miss Dan
iels, Mrs A N Kepolkai, 41isb D Dowsett,
Mis. J G Howie, unite Cuitwilgltt, His
Ex Gov T W Evcictt, Judgo C Copp and
two daugliteis, Mrs Dreier, A Coekburn,
T Quou Ye.
F0KEIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
H 1 M S Ilit'i, Moii, fromJapnn
It 41 S S Mai ipoiit, Hay wai d, from San
Francisco, .nine 3
S S Australia, Hoiulletle.froin San Frau-
clnco, June 1 1
SS41ouowai. Caiey, from Syduey and
Auckland, June i
S S Gaelic, Peaine, from San Francisco,
,S S Yamiibhlro Maru, Young, from Yo-
koliuina and Hongkong. June 21
US Collma, Austin, from sua Kraueisco
Am bk Ceylon, Calbouu, fiom Salt Fran-
Am bk Muiintia, Thomas, IromKtw-
castle, N S W
Gerbk J C I'tluger, from ili-umeu, July
Ger bk J C Glade, fiom Liverpool, June
Haw ship Helen lliewcr, fiom Glasgow,
due Aug 15
Norbk Haviiuen, Evangeu, from Xew-
tintle, N S W
Am bk Mtiig.net fiom Newcastle. NSW
Jliit bk Ventas fiom Newcastle. N S W
Ilk .letii from Newcastle, N S V
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S San Fianelseo, Itcar-Admhal
lliown, fiom S.m Diego
USh'l lietlh, Keller, from bun Francis
co. ia Hllo
Am Is htmr Morning Star, Garland,
from South .ea Islands
Am 6-111 tehr LuuU, Hatch, from New
castle. N b V
Am 4-instd schr Carrier Dove, Hruudt,
fiom Newcastle. N S W
Am bk Elsiuoie, Peikins, fiom New-,
castle. N S W
Am bk Albeit, Winding, from Sail Fiau
clseo Am l-mtibted bktue Cluules F Crocker,
laiud. fiom f-ydimy, N b W
Hreblp Uemnoie, Jenkins, fiom Llver
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, ftom San
Sell Jloliui t Lowers, Goodniati, San Kruti-
Haw bk Fooling Suey, Maliany, Uostoii
Uiltbu Velocity, 41ai tin, from Hongkong
Ilrlt Itk Naiiiiu, from Xuweuhtlo, N n W
The Eiiiador'au bulk Ojihlr, Iim
guieio iiutt-tt.--, auiveil off pou l.ibt night
and eumu into puil ihl iiiinniug. bliu
is coal-laden fiom Nuwe.iHle, N S W,
and is lying in the biieum off the old
Custom itoui-u wliiuf.
Tho foiir-iiuili'd b.irkeutiiio Cliurles
F troeker has ducked at (lie foot of Fort
Bticet to discharge her coal
Tho Mfiimris Hawaii and Kilauea Hon
will leave to-mouow lor pons, of llauiu
Tim Hawaiian steel bark Fooling Suoy
U hiiiillug bomu heavy plantation inu
chliit'iy. Mho liiik Vuloully will fluli.li dlsehurg
lug hi 11 day or two.
i'Iiu kuhuomii' HiiwiiHuiil ha been hovu
ilijuii ut lliu Hi Maikut u Inn f in older
4ki4iiiiji" imam Mm$
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hkad, 3 p. in. Weather
clear: wind, light ton h-wost.
Thk hst chance to hear Musin tho
great violinist will he til Merger's con
cert Thuretliiy evening.
A Chinaman, Ah Low, w.m fined $5
in the Police Conit this morning foi
using lascivious language
I'ttoK. Merger's benefit conceit lo
morrow evening ut the Opera House.
The program uppcars olsewhoro.
Thk Austiiun wartdiip Fasiimi wan
expected to leave San Francisco for
Honolulu, on Saturday, May 21st.
Tin: Pacific Hardware Oo.'s team
dcfculcd a nine from the Flagship
San Franeibco yesterday afternoon.
Thk to.iroh Hunt of tho" U. S. F. S.
S.m Fruncifco flushed over the city
la t night. S axi thought it to be
The marching of the prisoners held
for treason from tho Police Siation t"
the Supreme Court in m irked with
SrvkuaIi sailoru on tho baik Fooling
Suoy IniM) heen at tested for den-itinn
of coniinct service, and await tiial i.i
the Police Station.
.1uuomi:nt m the ciihc of Atthnr
Hunt, charged with, receiving rtnleu
projicrty. hue again been reserved till
The box plan for Prof. Bulger's
tcbtimonial conceit opened yesterday
morning. This morning all the re
served teats were taken.
Thk sale of lease of Opihiktin, Pu
na, Hawaii, advertised for next Satin -day,.
in indefinitely potpoucd by the
.Minister of the Interior.
Thk Ovule Musin Concert Com
puny will leave on the S. S. Mariposa
for the Colonics on Fiiday. Lover
of good music will extend them a
hearty welcome should they over re
turn. A uattamun of marines and blue
jackets was landed from tho U. S. F.
S. San Francisco for drill on the plains
thit morning. 1 he ship's band played
lively airs to and from the practice
Captain J. C. Bruguiere of the
Ecuadorian bark Opliir which came
in this morninu, is accompanied by
his wife, nee Rose, daughter of Mr. S
13 Eoso, of this city. Mrs. Bruguiere
looks well and has evidently profited
by the eea voyage.
Pomck Otricor Win. Larsen and
John llapa, ol revolutionary fame,
had a friendly set-to thi.- morning with
(i-ounce gloves. John Hapa since the
set-to, which was called a draw, has
been telling his friendn that he bested
thq policeman on scientific pointb.
Captain D. Maliany and his mate,
A. Williams, of the bark Fooling
Suey, chaiged with asbault and bat
tery on J. P. Kelly, a sailor, wcro dis
charged in the Police Court. Agaiiibt
complainant's evidence that the master
and mate had handled him roughly
Sunday night, while he and some
bhipmatcs were singing for'ard, the
accused teclitied that tho men were
drunk ami Kelly was boasting he
could lick .my mini aft. Interfeience
with the men resulted in a fight, in
which Kollv was worsted.
Rkv. J. Wolliudcn, of Chicago,
S. A., gave an interesting lecture
Westminster Abbey at the Y. M.
A. yesterday evening The Attend
ance was not large, owing perhaps to
the threatening weather. Tho lecturer
commenced at 8:05 o'clock, and con
tinued for over an hour and was at
tentively listened to by the audience.
Mr. Wullintlen was introduced by
Hon. J. B. Athorton. Tho speaker
hoped that the young people in tho
audience would visit England and see
the magnificent piles, elegant car
vings and line architecture which
adorn the old land.
Mb, D. H. Naliinu has been ap
pointed a No.tary Public for tho Third
POb'IMASTKR-GKNKKAI. Hill issues till
impoitaiit notice of improcd Postal
Union rates on samples of merchan
dibC. Thk appointment of Dr. A. Me
Wayne as Medical Superintendent of
the Insane Asylum, previously re
ported in this paper, is officially an
Tho Hoyal Hawaiian Hand will give
a complimentary concert to Mr. and
Mrs. Musin and Mr. luluatd Scharf,
at the Hawaiian Hotel this evening
Following is the program:
Grand March Fentlral Beiger
Overdue hru Dluvolo uber
Finale Taiiuliauser ugner
selection IioliL'inUn Gill lUlfe
"Hooheno." 'Pua Alunl." "Nu'it
o ka Pulal."
liemiiiiseen es of Uffunbiich.... Conrad!
Hiiuguiluu Dunces iiiabuis
Wall A 1 tint Life hiiausg
Gulop Vlvut...; Jkoff
La Ilialiaujoiiiiu (ltolglati Antliem).
blur Spangled Banner.
Watch on the Ithiuu.
THE EDITOR'S FAMILY.
There is a story told of a veterun
night editor who, for some icuson,
had a couple of days off. For years j die fa, pakapio, poker and other
he had reached his homo t about ' games. The lull was referred to the
G o'clock iu the morning, slept until Printing Committee,
late in the afternoon and been obli- . Rep, Ashford offered a resolution
ged to rush off to his work. His thut hereafter all bills on llr'bt lead
children Manually sw but little of I Urn bo leud by title only und then
him. On this occusiuu he found It
necessary to coircct his youngest
daughter for some flagrant breach of
discipline. Tho child rushed to her
mother, ilubhcd with indignation:
"Mumiim," kho exclaimed, "that
man wiv whiskers thut bleeps here
iluy limes" punked me. Now
Wr.uxKsiiAT, Juno 1.
House convened ut 10 o'clock.
Prajer by Chaplain ami leading of
minutes by Secretary. Minutoj were
approved as lead.
The following letitious n ere read:
lly Rep. Kiinuuohi frntn district
of K ;hala, Hawaii, ag iimt the
further introduction of foreign labor
ers. Judiciuiy Committee.
By Hep. Kapahu from K-ui tliat
the law known as the "MusUrs ami
Servants Act" be amended. Laid
on tiible for cousiderution with a bill
on the subject.
Bep. Nawalii presented the follow
mg petitions: From the district of
South Ililo that the law relating lo
compulsory vaccination be icpealed.
Laid on the table for consideration
with bill. From the same district,
that a law of 1888 relating to the
segregation of lepers be repealed. To
be considered witli bill. From the
district of Kalalau, Island of Kauui,
a petition signed by 18 poisons (sup
posed lepers) asking permission to
remain at that place. - To be con
sideiid with hill. From the district
of S. Ililo, a petition signed by HI
persons that the salary of the Minis
ters be reduced to $8000 per period.
To be considered with Appropriation
Bill. Also from S. Ililo that an ap
propriation be made for the lllloFiie
Department. To Public Lands.
From S. Ililo that the law establish
ing the ollice of tax-assessor-in chief
be repealed. To la' on table until
By Rep. Waipuilam, from Kotia,
(1) that the property qualifications
of voters for Nobles be removed,
(2) that Nobles he elected in differ
ent districts the same as Representative-!,
(8) that Ivona, Hawaii, be
divided into two election districts.
(4) that the President of the Board
of Health be removed, lief ei red to
Committee on Miscellaneous Peti
tions. By Rep. Kapahu from Kau that
the law relating to the Homestead
Act be amended. Laid on table to
be considered with a bill.
llUpOHTS OK STANDING COMMITTEES.
Noble Baldwin, chairman of the
Finance Committee, reported back
favorably on Bill No. 1. The report
was signed by all of the members of
the coui'nittcc except Rep. Thurston
who is absent from the Kingdom,
and recommended passage to 2(1
On motion of Rep. Smith the re
port of the committee was adopted
and the Bill made the Order of the
Day for to-day.
No reports from Select Commit
tees. Minister Widemaiin presented an
swers to questions asked him the pre
vious day by Rep. Bush relating to
the Deputy Collector Geneiul. The
answers were signed by the Deputy
Collector and countersigned by the
Collector General, and were to the
effect that the Deputy Collector was
not connected with the business of
the "Ka Maile" store further than
as a trustee, under his father'? will,
of his sister Mrs. A. W. Clark who
was connucted with the establish
ment. Further the goods delivered
were not examined or appraised by
him but by the l'oit Surveyor and
other employees of the Custom
House. He as Deputy Collector did
not generally appraise goods unless
under special instructions. On mo
tion the communication was laid upon
Iicp. Smith presented a resolution
that the Scrgeunt-at-arms supply the
members with copies of the Com pi led
Laws and of the Civil and Penal
Codes and of the Session Laws of
1888-90, they giving their receipts
therefor. Also that copies of the
Constitution lie furnished each mem
Noble Marsden gsve notice of a
bill to grant permission to the Ha
waiian Electric Co. (Limited), to
erect and establish lines for the dis
tribution of power through the city
Rep, Kaiiiaiioliaread "by permis
sion for the first time a bill to reptm
n law of 1888, relative to the segn
gation of lepers. Referred to tlu
Minister Parker gave notice of a
hill to provide for the payment o!
expenses of baud, flags and Halutoo
from April 1, 18U2, until the passage
of the Appropriation Bill.
Rep. Nawalii offered a resolution
that the Minister of Finance report
in regard lo the different denomina
tions in which 81,000,000 of silver
had been coined for the kingdom.
Minister Wlilemunn gave notice of
a hill providing for the levying of
an internal revenue tax of 10c. per
puck upon playing cards. Under
suspension of the rules the bill was
reud fur the first lime.
I Rep. Nawahi moved to refer the
j hill to a select committee whose up-
I propriale title would be "Gambling
Committee.'' There would probably
I bo other hills introduced lo license
lelerreil to the Printing Committee.
Rep. liiibli gave notice of a bill
to abolish tho Hawaiian Potal Sav
Nolilu Cornwell gave not ten of hill
to amend Section l'.'O of the Civil
C'oiU leluliiig to bullions running ut
Minister WIdematin hi answer to
the resolution presented by Rep. Na- I
wahi stated Hint there wa coined of
the 51,000,000 tho following deno-
initiations, viz. : 8600.000 in dollars: 1
3ii0,000 iu halves; 812A,()00 in
quarteis and $2o,000 in dimes.
Rep. Kanealli rend for the first
lime two bills, (1) iclaiing to the
delhiing of tho hours of couliact la
borers, and (2) changing ilie place
of holding court from Wniluku to
Lahaina. Ordered lo print.
m TI10 Report of the Minister of Fi
nance was token from the table and
referred to Ihe Finance Committee.
Noble Baldwin presented a resolu
tion, which was adopted, Hint the
Finance Committee be authorized to
I employ an expert to assist them in
the examination of the Government
bonks and accounts.
Rep. Koahoti read for the first time
a hill relating to the repeal of Ihe
law c impelling vaccination.
Rep. Walpuilanl gave notice of
bills, (1) to amend Sec. 1, Chap.
XIX., Session Laws at 1890, relat
ing to th duties on coffee, (2) UTin
crease this duty on bttttor, (3) au
thorizing notaries to be empowered
to take acknowledgments of articles
Rep. Iosepa read for first time 11
bill providing for the appointment of
a Police Mngistratc for the district
of liana. Maui.
Rep. Kauuiitiiatio gave notice of a
bill authorizing the Minister of Inter
ior to gi ant licenses for the sale of op
ium. Rep. Kapahu, notice of bill to de
fine and tegulate the Bureau of
Puhli' Instruction. AIo to define
and legulatc the wuter rights in Wai
oliinu, Kau, Hawaii.
Rep. Akina, notice of a bill pro
viding a police niagtstrate for Wai
Rep. While, notices of bills (1)
licence the importation and sa'c of
opium ami preparations thereof, (2)
amend section 388 Civil Code, relat
ing to sea fisheries, (3) license the
banking games known as die fa and
Masked "hugging parties" are
coming iu vogue again in some local
ities, says the Austin Reveille, and
are a drawing card at church socia
bles. By paying 13 cents a man is
allowed to hug a girl, but he is first
blindfolded. It is pleasant for the
rest of the company to see how mad
a married man gets when on remov
ing the bandage from his eyes he
finds he has been hugging his own
wife und 13 cents gone for nothing,
except as the revenue to the church.
Among the fishing fleet at Fulton
Market, the Burgess-modeled Alton
S. Marshall attracts general atten
tion. She is a stanch built craft,
and is very fast. Her average speed
being 15 knots. She is 121 feet long
on deck, 24 feet beam, 11 feel 9 in
ches depth of hold. Her draft when
loaded is 1C feet. Her frame is of
oak and hackmatack planked with
yellow pine and bqoare fastened.
Her bottom is cemented through
out. She carries excellent Oicgon
pine masts and booms. The length
of her foremast is 75 feet, main
mast 84 feet, length of main boom
70 feet G inches, length of topmast
45 feet. Spreads 2,080 yards of
canvas, and in the summer season
carries iu addition a large balloon
sail. She has a fourbrake windlass,
which enables a large crew to woik
her anchors. She is steered by the
Kdison patent steering gear. She
has accommodations for nine men
aft and 15 forward. Her cabin is
fitted up in sycamore, cherry, ash
and walnut. She is named after the
sou of her master and owner, Cap
tain John Marshall. Seaboard.
Mr. .1. P. Blaize, an extensive real
estate dealer in Des Moines, Iowa,
narrowly escaped one of the severest
attacks "of pneumonia while in the
northern part of thut state during a
recent blizzard, snys the Saturday
lleview. Mr. Blaize had occasion to
drive several miles during the storm
and was so thoroughly chilled that
he was unable to get warm, and in
side of an hour alter his return he
was threatened with a severe case of
pneumonia or lung lever. Mr. Bluize
sent lo the nearest diug store and
got a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Reined)', of which he had ollen
heard, and took a number of large
doses. IIu says the effect was won
derful and thut iu a short limn he
was breathing quite easily. He kept
on taking the medicine and the next
day was able lo come lo Des Moines.
Mr. Blaize regaids hiscuieas simply
wonderful. Fifty cent bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Manager L. Simpson, of the
Seattle City Bill Posting Company,
writes a chatty letter in the course
of which he bays: "1 am endeavor- J
tug to put into some tangible form a
Wiibhiiigton Slate Bill-Posters' Asso
ciation. We are uelling all the com- j
merclul work we can handle at pre- :
sent. We are erecting some now j
boards, so as to be in reudincss for
tho circus beason. Sells Brothers uru
expected here about Junu or July, j
and Robinson's Show comes later, j
We are continually eulaiging our j
plutits and our business is increasing
steadily. L. C. Brown, of Whatcom
und Fairhaven, is building a lol of 1
now boards lo meet the increase of '
his business, Fairhaven has jiibtl
completed a new opura houso. Tliu
Tacoiuu plant is still run by
W. Y. Claik."-N. Y. Diuuuitic ,
Tlltt l)l!Kb tiling lO HtillU lo
your lVlcuilHiiln'oiul iHlving;
IJroH.' llliiHtriiltMi SouvMilr
of Hawaii, illicit in jjollon
up lor tliu lmrjioHo ami is
not mi udvurtibumout.
THE TREASON CASES. '
Prelii! io-iry Hearing1 Cefore
Wku.ni.sday, June 1.
Hkniio Ulkiiui'.ko, sworn 1 know
dolciidunu Aslifi.nl .nid Wilcox, saw
thorn at Innir tha'ioiic meeting; once
at the Old Arm u v at n public ineel
iim ; nllfiide another at Bipikane's
house, Sclio.il -toot; about tilt ec of
us boy went in, Herman wusone;
that lime I ill In't know anything
aboul lliis; about ten persons were
outside; we went 111 and afterward
Wilcox and Ashford came in ; heard
someone told to stand guaid at the
door, but don't know who it was ;
Wilcox asked me If 1 knew anything
about this meeting and I said no ; ho
told me it was n meeting for equal
rights for everybody, 11-ked me if I
liked to join, of course I said yes;
we went and were sworn on the
Bible; Ashford swore us in Fnglish
and Wilcox inlcrptctcd in Hawaiian;
1 understand a little, liist line of
oatli I uiidcrMaiid, "I solemnly
swear," forgot it in Hawaiian; he
said not to let anybody know ; if I
told I would be shot, that's part ol
the oath ; nothing was said after the
oath was given out; it was said we
were to get equal right by fighting ;
he didn't say whom wu were to fight,
or how we were lo fight; Wilcox,
Ashford, Bipikane, myself, Herman,
Manuel Ross, and I don't lemember
who ele were there; remember you
(Mr. Rosa) speaking to 111c aboul
evidence I would give; meeting was
a month and a half or two months
ago; am now working on the roads.
Cros-examincd by Mr. Hnrludl
Made statement at Station House
to Rosa ; white man with eye-glasses
and Thompson were there; it was
Sunday after last Sunday ; was not
told anything of the kind that 1
would be shot if I didn't give evi
dence ; went to work on roads last
week, get S7 50 a week; in oath I
took it was slated we were to get
equal rights under the Constitution
The Court does not quite under
stand whether witness means to get
rights under the Constitution and
laws legally or illegally.
f Witness (on questioning through
interpieter) Theie was something
said about a new Constitution : 1
have already said the only way to
get it was to-light.
The Court understands witness
means they were to get rights under
a new system of laws to be got by
Mr. Hartwcll cannot gain that
meaning from the form of tliooalli as
submitted to him.
Witness It was in the oath that
equal rights were to be got in a new
Constitution ; talk before the oath
was that if rights could not be got
under old Constitution they would
have to light.
Mr. Rosa claims light to le-exam-ine
witness on the ground of new
evidence elicited by ctoss-examiiia-tion.
Mr. Hartwcll aigues against the
The Court allows a question in ic
gard to the Constitution.
Mr. Rosa asks iu Hawaiian Was
it stated in the oatli that you were to
get equal rights under the old Con
stitution? A. No, that part was explained
WON WITHOUT A SCRATCH.
Los Angeles, May 11. Billy Ma
ber, the lightweight champion of
Australia, and Frank Pin eel of Salt
Lake, who claims a record unsullied
by a single defeat, met iu the ring
of the Pastime Club this evening to
settle the question of siipremuncy
and an old score w hich has caused
considerable bad blood.
'1 he contest was to a finish for a
guaranteed purse of $500 at 135
pounds. The fight lasi
311 closed ut
rounds, when I'm cell
out, but could have been closed ut
any time .Matter wanted it after the
Purcell was outclassed, but mabe
a vicious, nasty light, frequently
fouling, which Maber refused to
lake advantage of Maber gave one
of the best exhibitions of clean,
clever lighting ever seen in the city
and did not receive a scratch.
THE GEO. LUCAS' HOMESTEAD
Oil It-iilwii! l'ltitic.
Containing 7 Itethooms, Parlor, Dining
room, tdMiog-rooui, Ituih, ete. Also a
L'-ltoom Cottage hi hu yutd. Them are
Stables aiid'l aMiugo lloiicc. Rent $10
per month. Apply to
lUhtf U. ). McCMtTHY.
lovcler .Is Will 5luuultJi
KUKUI JEWELtY a SPECIALTY.
KlnglS'.nujt, Honolulu, II. I.
,ta Puiliiwlur uttaiiUun puU Ul-.sll
Minis ui ruiium, tsvi
WE "W ANT
labor equal to a two cent bounly on the
the land which the plow litis b.-oken. Jt means that your
saving in horses, mules or oxen will pay for the plow the
first week you use it
-V IV l "W iZ WKJi B TL? !
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockels' Bank, Honolulu.
rV LI K
Is the eiy late-l aelm t incut in
These Siu'ttkus, the
M. A. Seed Plates
AMI Till. XI.W
ARE FOR SALP. BY
H0LLISTER & CO..
Sole Agents for the Hawaiian 1-lunds.
nsr. - mAAbaxm
104 Fort wcreei, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TR MMINGS I
Special Reduction in School Hats
nsr FOR I W3IEEC ONLY -t
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 GTS.
CON-mTUl'lNCi rilE "PIONEER" PLANT, F4TABI.ISHEH OX
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN KS.'t!) BY C. E. WILLIAM- FOR CuNDFCTINU THE
j taitiire, Cabiiml Mint
Business iu Honolulu me vill extant, anil the liu-lnev.
iiie-ent itromiftor licit! to Miry, liavliu piuvli ii'd tho
the late llriu of II. 11. llUnms .V.
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Bver In Honolulu! piluclpilly selected by II. II. William durlmr hU Into tin eo
months' visit to tliu Cou-t. I now offer tills stoo.lv anil itiniie additions for
CAMI 111 prices much less than heretofoio charged.
t& Tim iindeislgiied In lemming his old plrtcu anil buslne-s u mid iepect
fully lender hi- giutefid thinks fur the liberal putioiiiigo of old friends of this
11111I ueighboiliig Islamls, and hopes to mei it a continuance of their favors while
soliciting a bbaio from now fiiends; .mil ag.ilo oflero ids services iu
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
M .Ring of Suparior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Vlen !
OST PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. "Sia
Hit I'tpiiiiiK !
YIV 11 ill soil for
Ladies', men's &
iir swim! mi
2 BtilVlQ Ka i.io
4l i..4iiii. fi ,.th .T4L. J,. fi a
T a S f i HlfJ'SaB54i?li 3. J. MTF Js SStiSaEa.i 1 jtVi,
To your slock of plantation
implement"; :m article that is
in favor with man-
aiul employees every
day. We want yon to rea-
that your annexation
means a saving ol expense
sugar produced on
LATEST STYLES IN
& Toques !
NEW RIBBONS I
UphokleriiK & yertakH
I 0 i
I'b originator and
entlie liueio-it of
the l.tigeit Mock of
& HOTKli HTJtKKTS.
I $iruiiiH 1
TElitKK D4V.S Oiilj
Children's Shoes !
w iioinw iwc :
plew e di in ami exuiuluo nur plUlOi. 'S5i