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FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1892.
lt M S S Mariposa, Hayward, from San
Stun las Makee from Kapaa
Stmr r It UUhop fiom Waiauao and
Haw 4-inst soli Allee Cooko, Penhallow,
from Port Ludlow
Nor bk llavfnieii, Evangcn, from New-
Sttnr Waialcalc from llnmakua
Am 4-mstU sclir Carrier
for Port Towiisend
Stmr V G Hall for Maui and
10 u m
VESSELS LEAVIHG T0-M0RR0W.
It M S S Mariposa. Uayward, for ainoa
and tho Colonies
Sclir Moiwahiue for Kohalalele, at 12
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr .las Makee 1000 bags sugar anil 17
Stmr C K Bishop 2018 bags paddy and
For San Francisco, K M S S Monowal,
June 2 tl Turner, F M Hustid, J Ber
tram. W W Klchardson, K P Chapin, .1
Bmke. Jas Chalmers uud J T Hamilton.
And 310 in transit.
For Maui and Hawaii, per sttnr W G
Hall, .lime U For Volcano : Chas F Lut
gen, .lulitii Calm, J W Hamilton, Mr
French, ltiv W II .-tow. Mis Stow. For
way ports: II S Treadway, J D Paris jr,
It Peikins, Miss Mauiai and 2 ehildren.
M D Monsauat, U P Baldwin, Mr Alex
ander, Yuen t lioy and wife, Mrs Rateh
elof, H Dickey, J V Kualmoku, W U
Stone, Mr Ivors, and 50 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Jas Makee, June
2C K Wind, Mips IC Cummins, Mies
Juanlta Hassinger and 3 deck.
From Wiiianae and Waialua, per stmr
C H Bit-hop, June 3 Iter J Kekahuna
and 3 deuk.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
H 1 M S Hiei, Mori, fiom Japan
II A M S hm-aiia, from San Francisco,
.1 line 4-10
Am bkt Planter, Dow, from San Fran
S S Aiistitdia, floudlette. from SaiijFrau
oisco, June 14
S S Gaelic, Pearne, from San Francisco,
S S Yatnitshiro Marn, Young, from Yo
koliamn and Hongkong, June 2'
S S Colimu, Austin, from Sau Frnuclsco
Am bk Mtmaiiii, Thomas, liotn New
castle, N S W
Gerbk J U l'lluger, from Bicmen, July
Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, Juno
Haw ship Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
due 'Aug 15
Am bk Maigarct fiom Newcastle, NSW
Brit bk Veiitas from Newcastle. N S W
Jlk i .leta fropi Newcastle, N S W
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S ban Francisco, Itear-Admlral
Brown, from San Diego
U S S Thetis, Keiter, from San Francis
co, via llllo
Am " is btmr Morning Star, Garland,
from South J-ea Inlands
Am 5-ni fchr Louis, Hatch, from New-cai-tle.
Am bk Elslnoie, Pel kins, from New
citle, N S W
Am hk Albeit, Wludiug, from San Fran
cisco Am l-inasled bktno Charles F docker,
' Lund, fioiui ydncy, Nb W
Br ship Ueninore, Jeiikins, fiom Liver
pool Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from Sau
Sch Itobert l.ewers, Goodman, San Fran
cisco Am bk Albeit, Winding from Sau lran-
Am Bh Puetolus, Beadle, from Newcastle,
' N S W
Am bit W II Dlmond, Nelson, from San
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from Sun Frau-
Kc bk Ophir, Uruuulere.froiu Newcastlo,
N S W
Haw hk Fooling Suuy, Muhany, Bo-ton
Biltbk Vi'lmity, Marlin.fiotn Hongkong
The hilgautlno W G. Irwin, Mo ill
"'" loch iniibier. in lived in San Finucuco,
May IBlh, 18 day from this port.
The nil Kaulkeaoull will bull for Ko
hala and PolioiU, Pnnii, next Mouduy
Tho Noiwcgiiiii bilk Iliivliuuii arrived
to-day fiom Nowoubile, if. S. W , with a
caigo of coal. Slie Is commanded by
Thu Alice t'ooko bilngs an aKoijcd
aigo MtjJiHiiliui- lor Lowers dt (Vinkc,
'iMik IITS. K .TliitiU villi iiinhabU sail
foi Sau Fruui'loco on Siiiitiay next. Mm
uxpeotb to i each Su I'runcltcu lu twelve
iiniiiii am iiii.iipiwJiii i.iiiwww'w"MWfAwtAltT,,!,r".'Jl1'-
LOCAL AKD GENERAL HEWS.
BtanfuuhY 1ms won his boat race
I llflllilVM lll.ill !1 II in . WBlllflP
clcur; wind, light iwt.
Six tourists wo.ro passongors by the
W. 14. Hull tins morning for Hip Vol
cano. Judge Hole will probably rontler a
decision in tho "'treaeon enso" to-iuor-row.
Thk mail by the U. S. S. Thetis on
Sunday will be uti excellent opportu
nity for foreign correpoiulcnce.
Thk Ollicirs' Club, oiguniied by His
late Majesty, will meet this ovoniug at
the Liu r rucks for reorganization.
Owing to pri-tsureon Bpnco a report
of Piof. Bergur'a twentieth unniver
biiry testimoniiil concert is deferred.
The Mechanics' Benefit Union will
meet in Mechanic Engine Go. No. 2's
hall this evening for special business.
The U. S. F. StSun Francisco had
a bout drill in the harbor this morn
ing, concluding with the "boarding
Suvkual largo water tanks will he
among the cargo of the inissiuuur.
packet Morning Star for the Soutn
Phot, anil Mrs. Ovide Aluin, Mr.
Edtiiird Scharf, Dr. Miiicuto and one
in the steerage are booki-d as passt'ii
gers by the. Mariposa for the Colonies.
A.Mo.va the through piibsengers by
the S.S. Mouowai was Mr. Georgo W.
Jones, who intends taking a position
on the San Francisco Stock Exchange.
Cai't. Kane, of the Sainoan hurri
cane fault), has been promoted to the
post of commodore and ' given the
command of the Calliope, his old
ship, on the coast uf Africa.
The Police Court calendar was clean
this morning. White gloves being
scarce in town, and the limns turbu
lent and hard, Judge Foster was not
presented with ilie usual gift.
The harki'iitine W. H. Dimond and
tho bark Ceylon left San Fritnciscoon
May 19, a day later than tho Albert.
Capt. Nelson of the Dimontl is thank
ed for a San FrancUoo paper of that
When the Mouowai left Auckland
the Montagui'-Turner Opera Com any
ImiI concluded a three weeks' season
there and left for Napier. Miss Annie
Montague, "the Hawaiian nightin
gale," is prima donna of the company,
while her husband, Mr. Turner, is
Mr. Geo. Jenkins, proprietor of a
marine railway at Port Adelaide,
South Australia, arrived by the Mono
wai and is the guest of his uncle, Mr.
James Lyle, of the Honolulu marine
railway. Mr. Jenkins iB on his way
East to consult with Mr. H. I. Cran
dall, the engineer who built the ma
rine railway here, about improve
ments contemplated in his plant at
Port Adelaide. Mr. Jenkins was here
iieforo ten years ago on a tour round
the world, and his father, who hat.
since died, spent some weeks here
with his wife and daughter about six
C. J. McCakthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale. 3-tf
Saturday, June 11, is proclaimed a
Aiter shaving use Cucumber SkiD
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
The Temple of Fashion will havo a
new advertisement' to-morrow. Look
out for it.
The BrunHwick billiaul parlors are
tlie most elegant pleasure resort in
"Wheue shall I see you this even
ing?" "Oil, same old place, the
A STltll' of Government laud at Ka
lua, Hauiukua, will bo sold at Aliiola
ni Hale on July G.
A LAitOE invoice of Straiton Sc
Storm's choice cigars has been receivud
by Uollietcr it Co.
Adeline black stockings arc the
specially advertised by N. S. Sachs,
Populny'Milinery House, to-duy.
Delicious coll'eo and chocolate will
bo served every morning early at the
l'.ihico Ice Clean! Parlors, Luilwjgbon,
it Cion, Hotel street. 1-tf
Tenders will bo received until Tues
day next at noon, at the Interior Of
lice, foi printing and publishing the
Session Laws of 1892,
New Zealand is added to tho coun
tries making better sample post ar
rangements with Hawaii, in the ad
vertisement of the Postmaster Gen
eral. Jab. F. Mouoan Will sell, hy judicial
authority to A. J. Cartwnght, execu
tor, certain real estate of the Uto Eli
za J. Holt, on Saturday, June 1.8th, at
Get your noots and shoes madu
anil repaired by tho old Wailukti
shoemaker, L. Toknnies, mi East
Hotel slicct. Fiisl-class work, low
DitKSSMAKiNo, Cutting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Peifect tit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF. 73 Hero
tauiti street, or Mutual telephone O'JO,
befnto 8 a. m, or u:30 p. in. 8-3m
A traveling man who chanced to
bo in tho store of E, V. Wood, at
MolCecs Rocks, Io,, says while he
was wailing to bcu Mr. Wood, a littlo
girl cnqio In with au oii!iy iotlo u
heleil Cluiiiihctluin'sj'aiii Halm and
said ; "Maiuiua wunla another bot
tle of that mctliuinc j slp says it ie
thp igtt ini'illiijiiti for rucimuttisiii qIiu
ever used." nO cent bottles for biilu
by all dealers. Dciison, Smith &Co.,
THE TREASON CASES,
(Co. dmlcd from 2l I'tiie.)
srcrels of tho organization, the sec
rets of thiM conspiracy, wore to suffer
the death penalty at the hands of
thsir co-coiispirntors. Wu have
proved the fact that these meetings
woro in secrecy ; we have proved that
they were in fear of the police and
that the members were instructed
what to say if the police should hap
liapcu to make a raid upon them.
Wo have proved that tlipy were ad
vised to buy firearms. The men
were told to buy them if they had
the mouey, if thew didn't have thu
money that the executive committee
would take it into their hands to see
that they were provided. Wc have
proved, and it is not contradicted
and therefore it must be taken as
true, that Colonel Aeliford told one
of his co-consptrators that he had
sent for one hundred revolvers that
could ho concealed under their coats
and therefore not excite suspicion
and consequently be of more use in
case of an attack. We have also
proved that it was discussed at these
meetings how and when an attack
should be made upon tho palace, anil
what docs that show if your Honor
please but an attempt to dethrone the
Queen, an attack by men who have met
in secret and are bound by a solemn
oath that they should go armed with
all the munitions of war and make an
attack upon the palace ; that palace,
as youi Honor knows and -everybody
knows, is the residence of Her Ma
jesty the Queen. Is not that in cor
roboration that this conspiiacy was
to dethrone Her Majesty and remove
her from tht palace anil from her
throne. I say that that contemplat
ed attack upon the palace shows dis
tinctly tho motives that these men
had in their organization. We have
proved also overt acts, if I may use
the term, in the furtherance and in
the carrying out of this conspiracy.
We have proved that these men were
ordered to buy arms. We have prov
ed that Mr. Markliam, one of the de
fendants and one of the co-conspirators,
was the man who was to see to
providing of arms for these men.
We have proved that Mr. Markham
went around enquiring here and there
for these arms ; that he took a native
to Mr. Lederer a short time ago, dur
ing the continuance of this conspir
acy, and purchased a riilc. We have
proved that he himself purchased
two rifles from Mr. Hingley. Now,
if Your Honor please, if those are not
overt acts in the direction of procur
ing and preparing force or putting
themselves in condition, in readiness
to use force, I know not what arc.
The crime of treason in a case of
this nature is to be proved by all
that has been said, all these sayings
at these secret meetings, all their
acts outside or at the inectiug& anil
from all the evidence which has been
presented the inference is to be
drawn as to what was -their intention
and what was their object, and I say
from the evidence as I have pointed
out to Your Honor, there can he but
one inference, and that is thai they
were putting themselves in readiness
and were plotting and carrying on
during all this time x plot to over
throw and destroy Her Majesty the
Queen and dethrone her.
I think that I have answered the
first, second, third and fourth points
raised in this motion. The liftii one
is that spoken words cannot under
the Hawaiian statute of treason as
well as under the Hawaiian Consti
tution of 1887, constitute or form
the offense of treason, or constitute
or form the offense of plotting or at
tempting to plot, which, if your
Honor please, we do not charge, an
atienipt to plot. I say that plotting,
as I have shown your Honor, is syn
onymous with conspiracy, and from
the nature of the word plotting isself
must we prove plotting by the fact
that they have done everything in
writing? Does it not show that some
niastca mind, some man who proba
bly knows what the evidence of writ
ing and memoranda and minutes
au organization of this sort would
tell against them in court, that
for that reason they havo en
tirely done away with any writing
and kept no memoranda of their pro
ceedings at all, was directing this
conspiracy? I ask your Honor how
is it best to prove a plotting under
any statute, be it tb6 statute of co--spiracy
or of treason: how can wc
prove plotting except by words ; tin
conversations concerning acts, aim
whatever acts may be done iu furth
erance and in carrying out tlioo
words? It seems to me that I have
also answered the u'th one: "Con
spiracy lo commit treason, if such u
conspiracy was shown, is not of itself
treason, nor is it an overt act of trea
son." 1 submit, if your Honor
please, the definition that I have giv
en already and your Honor's decision
that the plotting itself, tiiat the con
spiracy itself, is the overt act, com
pletely does away with that ground of
The 7th and 8th I do not desire 10
discuss, because wc have not relied
and we do not rely upon that portion
of the charge which charges "au at
tempt to levy war against the Queen's
government." I said that an attempt
to levy war against the Queen's gov
ernment untWr the proof thai we
have offered would not be main
tained and therefore 1 will not dis
cuss the 7th mid 8th paragraphs in
the motion to dismiss.
I submit that we have proved lo
this Court by a sulllcicnt number of
witnesses, by niO( Uiau two lawful
aiu competent wituesjes., tlut this
plot was going on, and wu have
proved the objects uf jt hy tloso
witnesses, Even supposing that we
had not done go, in the United Statos
I am quoting from Whai ton's
Criminal Evideucu, Sec 3BU- "In
this country although the constitu
tion deciarea that two witnesses lo
the BRtno overt act are necessary to
piocilrc conviclioti, it lias been
claimed that while there must be
two witnesses on trial to somo paiti
cular overt act in order to sccuio a
conviction, but with the grand jury
it is enough that one wltnes prove
on? net nnd another prove another
act, or that there be one witness to
an act with corroborating circum
stances." As I have said, plotting being
synonymous with conspiracy, the
general rules of evidence which ap
ply to the conspiracy to commit uny
other offense, or anv offense at all,
have application to this charge. "In
caC3 of crimes perpetrated by sev
eral persons when once the conspi
racy or combination is established,
tlie act or declaration of one conspi
rator or accomplice in the prosecution
of the enterprise is considered the
act or declaration of all and there
fore imputable to all. All are deem
ed to assent to or commend what is
said or done by anyone in further
ance of the common object. Assum
ing such a conspiracy to exist
(which is to bu inferred from circum
stances) the declarations of one co
conspirator in furtherance of the
common design as long as the con
spiracy continues are admissible
against his associates, though made
in the absence of the latter." -Wharton
Criminal Evidence Sec. G98.
Then again, Section 701, it is not
material what the nature of the in
dictment is provided the offense in
volves conspiracy. That is just the
case here, it is not material what
the nature of the indictment, what
the nature of the crime charged
is, if it involves a conspiracy.
Wc have cl urged these men
with plotting to dutluone Her
Majesty the Queen and that neces
sarily involves conspiracy. "Upon
an indictment for murder, for in
stance, if it appear that others to
gether with the prisonor conspired to
perpetrate the ciimc, the act of one
done iu pursuancu of that intention
would be evidence against the rest."
Now, therefore, if Your Honor
please, I think I have demonstrated
clearly that this is a conspiracy and
does involve a conspiracy, and there
fore the admission that counsel had
to make when Y'our Honor question
ed him, in the question as to the
overt act, that in conspiracy there
may be no overt act, everything may
be in talk alone, in words, which arc
the crime itself. While I have not
got counsel's language down strictly
as he gave it, that is the sense of his
answer to Y'our Honor's question and
I submit then that it fully agrees
with the opinion which Your Honor
has given already upon this point,
which I claim to bo res adjudicala
iu this case, that tlie fact of plotting
is iu itself an overt act. 1 do not
desire to say anything further or to
make any remarks as to public opin
ion or putilic feeling in this matter,
as I think it has nothing to do with
tins case. As Your Honor has inti
mated when suggested by counsel
the other day that the public were iu
a great measure tryjng this case, that
they were not trying it, I say from
the counsel's own admissions and
the counsel's own argument this
morning, it is very lucky thai he is
not correct ; if he was, from his own
admissions there would be a unani
mous verdict of guilty without going
any further or having any further
proceedings in the case. I submit
from the law which I have presented
and the evidence I have shown Your
Honor covers this space of time and
shows that this conspiracy was going
on, a continuing conspiracy, that
that proof is ample, is more than
ample to produce in Your Honor's
mind a conclusion that there is prob
able cause to believe from the evi
dence that a jury of this country, an
impartial and unprejudiced jury,
would convict these defendants. I
submit then, if Your Honor please,
that the motion to dismiss should bo
overruled, and that the defendants
should be put on their defense.
Mit, Davidson addressed the Court
briefly in reply, holding that no
overt act had been proved. There
was no crime iu secrecy. Defend
ants' object was shown to be equal
rights, and anybody not in favor of
equal lights should be sent to Hotany
Hay. If defendants had no right to
assemble lliey were the most de
graded slaves on eutth. He saw
nothing degraded iu their faces.
Anyone could see that these people
1 were after reforms. We havu learned
experience by thu sufferings of a
great people - the English under
harsh laws, uud have learned to pro
tect thu rights of the people.
Attounkv General Whiting clos
ed the argument with the citation of
a Hawaiian case in point.
Judge Dole took the case under
advisement, piomibing a decision as
early as possible, and adjourned
15 x " Ilcuuiurr."
The Pacific Hardware Co., Ld,,
have just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doultou
Ware, comprising llreakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
ccis, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools,
and Supplies is, ypry complete, as alsq
1 of, Lubricating Oils,
i C'arbolineuin Aveimrtus by thu bar-
, rot, pno or smaller quantity.
I n i m '
I Tho bust spring medicine Is a dose
j or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only phyeio but cleanse the Umlu
I bystcni unii purify thu blood. For
sale by Benson, Smith it Co., Atjeuts.
Now York, May 11. Tho Maga
zinc Hon rd of the Ordnance Dep.nt.
muni which has been carrying on a
long series of Ksts of uillit iry idles
used by foicigu armies lo determine
on a substitute for the Springfield
rille now infuse, finished its meetings
iu this oily to day. The bonr.l has
tnud the m mi uved by Germany, Hoi- i
jiiiiui, Austria. Denmark, Switzer
land. I'oitugal tui't Japan. The gtlii
experimentally adopted by England ,
uti'i the uvw gun-t soon to be intro- I
ducid in tlie Hti'-iian and Italian ar
mies havo alo been tried.
The Auieiican gun to be adopted
for llie army will be a 30 caliber, to
carry u bu'let of twenty-thteo grains,
which is to bo propelled by thirty
six grain- of nunkole-js powder.
Tlu Springfield carries a 45 caliber
cartudge, seventy grains of black
powder ili.il n .Viu grain bullet.
The difference iu weight will enn
bU men to cany much more ammu
nition, and smokeless powder, being
much more effective than the other,
will produce more deadly results
and still leave the gun barrels untar
nished. The final tests by the board will
take plnce next week at the Spring
field Armory, where some American
guns will be lested. Among them
will be two designs by native Caltfor
nimis, two madu by the Lee Arms
Company, one invented by T.M.
Wilson of Springfield, Mass., ami
another invented by Captain II. H.
Russell. fS. F. Chronicle.
Miss M.utv Lyle, lately book-keeper
with Egun & (iiiun, is prepared to do
stenographing and type-writing at.
moderate rates. Graduate of Heald's
Business College, San Franeiseo.
Ollice with C. J. McCaithy, 35 Mer
chant street. 2-lm
s52&2sk? 'nt'n '" ,,L'utl f SOAP
$&2s!S that you will be better
$Spk suited every way by go
SSS ing to a store that keep
a largo assortment of the article re
quired. believe it may in
you lo know that
store is that place
week we call your
attention to a now Bii.ip in this mar
ket. As the manufacturers havo not
been in business for centuries tliev
aio willing to -jaRrci part with
for less mo
ney tlian old
and you to
Jas. S. Kirk & Co. arc striving to
make as good an article as the oilier
soap makers and v.-s.M their
Shan do u Bells MtSSJOA soap is
equal to the best. 1!J)
'i'i.n .i.x -'fc.-iTi.Miv.Trr-.'y
1 hese cuts do "-" J untie-
present the size of the cakes, but the
.diii'uronee. is in the price.
1 he store that sells the --gKisIj-s
best soda will sell the most (D&rij'DATH
soap. You are a judge of fe2fSSai$
good soda. S&FgBr
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO..
Corner Fort Ivlnu: t it rcnls.
TUMBLE" in JEWELBY!
WENNER k CO.,
Oldest Jewelry Establishment in
tlie Hawaiian Islands,
lleg to announce that from thK date
they make a reduction of fiom
15 to 25 Percent !
On all Goods in their line. Every ai ti
de in ill be marked iu plain
figures at thu
LOWEST PRICE POSSIBLE !
VcS" Call and aeo for yourself, -"a
92 FORT STREET
Honolulu, May 01, l&tii. -W5 tf
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
riii nn1 .iftnr M . It-
Jcp4z IWU. the New anil Du
TsdataJroffli. flrable Modern Hesiduuoo
of tilt; imtlurlLrnctl, on
Thurston Avenue, containing Lai-re. I'ar-
lur. Dining Hooui, Conservatory, Two
lieurooins, Dressing ltoom witli btutlon
ary Withstand and Cedar Waulrobe,
lluthroom whli Patent Closet and Hot
and Cold Water attachment, Pantries,
China Closet and Kitchen with New
Itango, Hot Water Holler and all attach
Largo and convenient Stable on the
pieuilses containing two large liox-i-lalU,
carriage, h.iruo-s and feed rooms, and
UioiiiiiU l'i)i)xuO, beautifully laid out
and terraced. The view is uusui passed
l"or further particulars see
W. (1. ASHLEY. I
atifi-tf O. It. A L. Po.'h Depot.
rptlK organization known iib Urn 0(11
1 cci's' Club, orgauled by the late
King, will hold a meeting at the ltat
nicks on HtlDAY EVENING, at 7:110
o'clock. All who aro in favor of keep
ing up hu Club will please asiumhlu at
the hour and place mentioned,
I'JT-'t l'EK OltDKIt.
''PHKKE will bu a meeting of tho
JL ' membeis uf thu Mechanic.-, Buuetlt
Union at thu Kngliio No. 2 ll.UI, FJU
DAY EVENING, at 7 130.
By order of
T. It. LUCAS,
t'JI at Piesldout. j
Whtm you want, it l'orirait j
Kiiliu'uri e.ill on Kiiif, tiros.,
(41)1 llic.ir priuo lit iwul sou
Bttmplea. Thoy joaufc bq bentt
. if tfiS'-f ." f?
WE W ANT
feSyfti Tj' -i
labor equal to a two cent bounty on the sugar produced on
the land which the plow litis broken. It means that your
saving in horses, mules or oxeu will pay for the plow the
first week you use it
VIN"1 WW PSSS., Iri !
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spieckcls' Bank, Honolulu.
4v (ff X (l y$M&
A LARGE INVOICE OF THESE
I C E
JUST RECEIVED BY
H0LL1STER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
1GS tort Ntroct. : : : : : Honolulu. II. I.
104 Fort torroet, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
i wvik u a bimm it a u -o u :
NEW TR MMINGS I
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS 1
Special Reduction in School Hats
tsr FOR I WEEK ONLY -a
CHILDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
GONSI ITUTINO THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 1859 HY 0. E. WILLIAM-. FOK CONDUCTING THE
taitore, Cabinet Making,
Business lu Honolulu too still evanl. and I lie Imbues, its originator and
present propiletor here to-stay. llavhu puri-lu'd the entire iiitoroit of
the late llnu of II. 1. Williams .V Co., compiling the largest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
E;Ycr in Honolulu; piiuelpdly selected hy II. II. Williams during his late three
mouths' visit to thu Coast, I now offer Mils stock and futiiie additions for
CASH ai priccn much less than h.ictoforu charged.
ttr Tho undersigned in i estimiug his old place and litit.ine,-s wuld icspeet
fully tender 111- grateful thank for the lihoial patronage nf old friends of this
and neiglihoilng Isl.unlr., and hope-, to uieilt a conlhmaiieo of llieir favors while
policitiug a bluire fiom new friends; and again offers his iurvlccs iu
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
M .(ting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Vten .'
tar PIANOS FOR SALE OR RNT AT LOW FIGURES. -t
C. E. WILLIAMS.
COKNElt PCMM & HOTEL STKEETS.
We will Hell for TllItKK 1J.1YS Only
Ladies', Men's & Children's Shoes !
ltoinw coki : -i&a r-iy itoio-w coki, :
f-jf" Before you umke yom pui'chuss please onll til and examine our prices, -tdt
s. iiU'iftucni & uo.
.. To your stock of plantation
implements an article that is
growing in favor with man
tigers and employees every
day. We want you to reu
lixo that your annexation
means a saving of expense in
LATEST STYLES IN
M$ Tnmiee, ?
NEW RIBBONS !
IJiiliolslcriiig & Undertake
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