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MONDAY, JUNK C, 1892.
Stuir Mlkaha'a from ICic ai
Stmr Cliiudlnu fiom Maul
Stun" Pole from Kauai
Am bkt Planter, Dow, 12 dtys from Sun
Am bk Sumatra from Newcastle, N S W
U S S 'I tietis, Belter, for Hnn Francisco
Am bk Elsinoic, Peikins, for I'oU
Stair Mokolii for Mololcai and Maui at 5
Sum- U It Pisliop for Waianae, aialua
and Knluiku at 0 a in
Stuir .) A Ciiuiiiiiii for Kooluu and Wai-
umnalo ut 11 a m
fitmr Wnimaualu for Molokal and Mum
ate p m '--
Si in r .las Maki'f for Kauai at 4 p in
Sclir Kaiiikcaouli for Koliala and I'olio-
VESSELS .LEAViHf; T0-M0RR0W.
JP .M S S Collmu, Austin, for San Fran-
J&tmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at
2 p in
ytnir i.'Jniuliiic for Maui atfi p m
Stuir Mikaliala fur Kauai at 5 p m
GARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mikalmla f014 bags sugar, 123
b.igs rice, (W uieen lnd'K, 'J horsus,
2 bulls anil GU vUg,i puuihlm.
Stmr (Jlaudino-581:! b.iga susjar, 137
b.ms tuio, lf.2 lugs corn, 15 pigs, 2
korsus, 54 lilili'S, Kill simdrius.
Stmr Pule -40( 0 bags suirar.
From Kauai, per htmr Mikaliala,
June 5 11 Morrison, A AIcBryile, (J
Strollum, J Muirhe.id, JMiss Juliutto
Sinilli, V P Farley, .lo.-upli Puni,
Judge J Kiilu, Ituv J B IJ.uiiiiko, Itev
G L Kopa, Kev J Kenlolm, llev J H
Kalnileolu, Kuv J Oili and wife, Mrs
N Inukca, 2 Cliinceo ami 45 deck.
F0REIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S IIiul, Mori, from Japan
HAMS Kopuuu, from hail Fiaucisco,
' S S Australia, (loudlultc.from San Frau-
cIpco, June 14
S S Gaelic, Pearne, from San FrauulFoo,
'- July 2
S S YiimiiBliIro Maru, Young, from Yo
kohama and Hongkong, June 2 2
Am bk Mimatiu, 'Iliomus, lroni Ni w-
Ger bk J (J I'fluger, from Bremen, July
Ger bk J C Glade, fiom Liverpool, June
Haw ship IIclcu Biewer, from Gliu-gow,
due Aug IS
Am bk Muig.iiet from Newcastle. NSW
JJrit bk Veritus fiom Neweaslle. N S W
Bk dieta from Neucastle, NSW
FOREinN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S 8 hail Kianciseo. Kcar-Admlial
Iiiown. fiom San Diego
Am is fctmr Morning "Stpr, Garland,
from South M-a JbIuiiuVi
Amfi-m echr Louis, lliiteh, from New-
Am bk Albert, Wludiug, from Sun Frati-
Am 4-mnMed bktno CIiiiiIcbF Crocker,
Lund, fiuiu jitney, NSW
Am bk Albert, Wludiug fiom Suu.Fran-
Am sh I'actolus, Beadle, from New castle.
Am bkt W II Dlmond. KeUou, from San
Am bk Ci-ylou, Callioun, from San Fran
Am bk'no Planter, Dow, from San Fran
cisco Br hlp Benuiore, Jenkins, from Liver
pool Ho bk Ophlr, Bniguleri'.fioin Newcastle,
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from Sau
Bull Hubert J.ewem, Uoodinan, Sail Fran
clco Am bkhuniatra ironi Newcafctle. N s W
iinw iik roonng .uey, timmny, no-ion
BiitbK Velocity, .Mmlln, fiom Hongkong
The lmrlit'iiliiiu J'lanter, Dow, arrived
tu-tluy about 12 daj fmni Sun Kiauciseo,
wllli a cm go of general iiierchanUine.
The Ainuricau lu-ii)inipd fcliooner
Loiiis couiiiKiiiced tal.iug In gugar tills
'ilitil-uiaeii'il ffliomier Holieit Lingers
lying at llio Iiiier-Kland uliail U Inking
In Migar bolli puit mid Mitrboaid fiom
KtcRmem Mikabula mid Pole,
NOULU -McOANDT.KSa Attlio bride
gloom's residence, Palatini, .luna 4,
bvlicv 11. It. Pinker, John A. No
ble to Elizabeth .Mc(!andics
AHKl KllUAICAI-in I'anoi Valley,
June 4th, by Bov. H. II. Parker,
Keao Ahki and Kaliuiik.il.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hhad, 12 m. Weather
cloudy ! wind, fiuftli noillu'au.
Mr, W. F. IJuniiingliain lost n lino
ei'lter dog by distemper Saturday
Thk Son of St. Oi'oig" will hold an
nibtulLilioii of (illiuerd at their hall
tllib OV( niilg.
Thk brlgantine W. U. Irwin on her
last vojngu to San Francisco, lust her
niain-top-niiiRl. in a squall.
Q'lllB in llio regular meeting night
of the 'Jhldtlo Club. Friends wel
comed at 8 o'clock after business.
Tin: Sprcckols 11 ml Hawaiian linen
of packets are taking freight from
Sun Francisco to this p in at $1 per
The band will givu inoonbgli' con
ceits ai 12niiiii! Sintaic this ev ning
and at Tlioina Square two following
Tiik Pi'Miter Building & Loan A
bociution will meet litis ovoiiing ,11
the Clianibiir of (Jiiiiiineie.c loom
The lifih eIits ot elm-It will b.
Tin; Uuited States survey sltipThe
tis, Captain Iteiter, Failed yc&tcrda.
for S.m Francisc 1. 'l'ho Tlielis is to
uiiiku additional Miundiiigs on hei
A housk back of lleniy Smitli'f
Fort htieet, owned by l'uul Jarrotl,
Wainiea, Hawaii, and occupied by
John Cook, carpenter, was destroyed
by lire Sunday foienoou with all it.1
contents; no iiiBurunce,
Thk nnniial nieeiiug of the Wo
man's Bo.ud of Missions will bo held
to-morrow (Tueidu,y) at 10 o'clock, at
tho 11-sidence of Mis. A. F. Judd on
Ntiuanu 1 Avenuu. AH ladies inteiest
cd in minion work are invited.
Kawaiahao Seminary will lrivc a
public examination fiom 0 to 11 a.
in., and a funcy goods fair fiom 11 to
12:30 on Wednu-day. The closing
exhibition will be held in Kawjiahao
Chinch on Thursday evening at 7:150.
The new Scotch yacht btranded 011
tho reef cgiiiing in the passage on
Saturday afternoon and remained
there tonie time. With llio assistance
of the tug Elou and several other
boats the yacht was pulled off. No
damage was done.
The Oveiland Monthly (San Fran
cisco) for Juno has been received from
tho Hawaiian News Co. It contains
a profusely illuMratec) article on "Ki
lauea," by May L. Cheney, also a
lively sketch, untitled. "Tho Tieasuie
Cave of O.ihu," by Mabel II. Closson.
Tun annual picnic of ihc ftunduy
Schools of Kawaiahao Chuich was
held on Satuiday last, in the church
grounds. Her Majesty tho Queen
graced the occasion with her presence.
The Koyal Hawaiian band was also
present to enliven the event.
Tin: Conit and members of the bar
will leave on tho steamer 01, iodine to
morrow to hold the Circuit jmy teim
at Wailuku. Tho "Lanai horror
case," in whieli several people were
murdered through kahuna influence,
will come up at the teim.
Wiiilc an island steamer wur going
out tho passage a week a'go Saturday
slio stove in tho bow of a small Mil
boat, manipulated by 11 novice, who
could not ateur or wu too excited,
and tried to cross the steamer's bow.
Tho steamer stopped and had a boat
loweicd, which rescued the men in
O. J. McCarthy has lots on Lililm
stieot for sale. 3-tf
An upright piano and a grand
piano are to let by Mr. Buigcss.
D11. Wood will leave for Hilo to
morrow, to bo back on the 25th.
Ai-tkr shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunhuhn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonie. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agent, ' 1-tf
The Brunswick billiard pallors am
tho most elegant pleasure resort in
Honolulu. 0-1 f
"WiliiitK shall I seo you this even
ing?" "Oh, sumo old plaoo, tho
Fhie works for Junu 11 nro for sale
at tho I X L btoro. Salute thu win
Kauhva Kmii has been appointed
an agent to grant iiianiagu licenses
for Norlli Kohalu,
"ExffiiiiKNOK ia a good teacher."
This you will seu illubtraled in a con
spicuous coruor of this paper.
JI. JlACKt'ELD & CO. llllllOUUOO thu
sailing of tho steamer Coliniu for Sun
A LANTKliN slide exhibition in lo be
given ut tho Chiiifsu Theater Thuis
day evening. Particulais elsewhere.
The person who sneaked oil' with a
book from thu Brunswick Billiard
Parlors this afternoon will avoid trou
ble by returning it immediately.
DitUssMAKiNf;, Cutting and Fitting
dune ut ladiea' hoiisce. Perfect lit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF. 73 Bero
tuuiii street, or Mutual telejiliouo (I'JO,
hef 010 8 11. 111. or fiiliO p, 111. ti-iliu
CARD OF THANKS.
I sincerely Uiiink tint ladies uud
gentlemen who gave tho alarm uud
kindly assisted toexliiiguibh tho llio
,at my liotibu yuBterday (Sunday)
I'uuwjil hy cuihuri) fulling 011 thu roof.
John C. Whiti:.
ii mMinnm ;'Jl'''wSt?SsrM'te)hityiT'.l'' I" I'..'i '.111'"
THE TREASON CASES.
Pfrlimiuary Exammation Be
fore Judfe Dole.
aIomhav. June C.
.ludgo Dole opened hi Court at
10 o'clock' this morning, when the
prisoiiut-5 charged with treason were
pic-u'tilcd. His Honor leiuleictl a
ik'cibion on dulendants' lnotion for
tticir discharge., giving lunsuus for
his relusal lo grant thu motion, lie
held that plotling wiid un overt act
under this uhargo of "1 reason by
plotting." Where airangcmcnts are
made for providing arms and cart
ridges, and organizing squads all
these arc overt acls. Authorities
are quoted for holding that overt
acts are evidenco of intention, any
act of conspiring, etc. Any organ
izing, recruiting, swearing in re
cruits, for the purpo-e of establish
ing a republic, is an overt act, be
cause, there can be no republic heie
without setting aido the Queen.
There were only two meetings as to
which more than one witness had
lustilh'd of plotting; and on the evi
dence of these alone could these de
fendants be affected. The object o!
getting a new constitution by force
of arms was cleat ly testified to by
several witnesses. Thu remark b
Nawaakna about setting aside the
Queen was not. clearly established at
the paiticular meeting mentioned by
him. At the meeting ot Mi'V 8 the
object, was more clearly set forth as
being lo establish a republic and set
aside the Queen by force of arms.
All these things about recruiting
members and procuring arms show
intention to destroy the government.
Kila, Manuel I'piuda, Jim Crow and
Kaliuliii wai are not implicated in these
meetings by more than one witness,
therefore it is my duty to discharge
them. In the case of Baloka there
is no evidence whatever. He is dis
chatged without any implication
against him as far as these proceed
ings go. All the others were at one
or another of these two meetings, the
evidence against them, respectively,
being of various sliength and, as re
gards the 8lh of Maj', most pro
nounced. Thoy are held over for
The live defendants whom the
Court discharged nete then motioned
to retiie, and the' walked out of the
box with satisfied expressions of
Mr. Ilartwell addressed the Court,
sa ing they bhould present evidence
now to bhow that there wasjio inten
tion to act in conflict with the
Queen's wishes and also that the evi
dence of witnesses for the prosecu
tion was not true.
Attorney-General Whiting Coun
sel means that they are going topie
sent a defense.
Mr. Ilartwell Just so.
Kahahawai, one of the defend
ants jusL discharged, sworn Was a
member of the league spoken of in
evidence ;it was a patriotic league,
with love of the land and equal
1 ights as its objects, also love of the
Queen ; was ut Bipikane's can't re
member how many times, at Kila's
Q. At Ashfoid's?
Mr. Creighton objects and objec
tion is biistained.
Q. At what other places?
A. At Ashford's, 1 think twice;
that was all; can't rememner being
at Bush's, Printer's lane; Geo. N:i
waakoa was present at some of the
meetings ; Nuwaakoa said something,
that we must prepare ourselves with
pistols, so that in case of arrest by
the police we could resist said so at
meeting at Bipikane's; saw Nawaa
koa willi pistol at meeting ; that was
only one I noticed with pistol, be
cause he took it off anil showed it;
don't remember hearing Wilcox say
anything about getting a new consti
tution by loicu; didn't understand
him to say anything about methods
for getting a new constitution.
Q. Did Wilcox Miy anything
about an attempt lo dethrone tin,
Queen. Mr. Creighton objects on tin
ground of the ruling ulready made.
After further aigumeut the ques
tion is allowed, thu Court oli3ervin
that the examination was not to
technical as u trial. An answer to
a leading question had not so much
weight as another.
itiiebh Kvideiico of Geo, Na
wuiikoa was not true, where he stated
that Wilcox told us to buy guns and
that tliid win the only way to gain the
objects; did not understand what
Ashford said, us ho spoke iu English ;
dqn't recollect if anything was said
uhout promulgating a new Constitu
tion ; when oath was administered
the clause about death lo traitoiw was
intended lo restrain strimgeis from
divulging thu business; we never
tulkcd about dcihioniiig the Queen,
nothing was ever said 011 that subject ;
wo thought wu would think thu mat
ter over and havu somebody that was
decent submit the question of equal
lights to the Legislature.
Cios3-examined by Mr, Ilosa.
Equal rights we were after were be
tween the poor and thu rich; the
equal righu wanted arc in regard to
thu ptoperly qualillcaiiuu of vulera
for Nobles. ; maintain that under
present Constitution the natives are
depiived of their tights by thu ptop
Q. Did the natives ever have the
light to vole fot Nobles y
Mr, llaiuvcll -Ate wu going Into
a political dUcuoaioni1
l'i-i f1 i
Mr. Rrisa We want to show whe
ther there is any meaning in this ex
pression of "equal rights' as used.
Witness No; think some had the '
right, in old times; don't know who
they wore; Kalnknun had the right
of appointing Nobles ; the people hod
nothing to say in it; the subject was
discussed at the league 'meetings:
we vt,cnt. Into details to submit to the
Legislature; no records were kept of
the meetings; the secrets for which
the death penalty was appointed
were matters of love to the country,
equal rights, etc, ; attended some
public meituigs at the old Armory ;
don't remember talk there like that ;
don't recollect healing anybody there
say "we waut equal rights;" hcuid
some talk at election but did not
understand it, thuie was no explana
tion given; Wilcox or Bipikane mayl
havu said at public meetings that we
couldn't get""equal rights from the
Queen, I don't recollect; don't think
much about the oath to keep the
secrets ; know au oath is binding, but
don't consider an onth like that
much ; was a police oflicer two years
ago ; that oath is not binding because
there is no law behind it; don't re
collect having sentries at meetings -r
took oath iu company with the others
at each meeting I attended ; all I re
member about explanations prior to
oath being given was what I said al
ready about love of the land, etc. ;
nothing was said about a new consti
tution ; I am a member of executive
council, didn't attend any of its
meetings; sometimes when I went it
was ajl over ; no, 1 never attended any
council meetings; it was not told me
that men were lo be divided into
.squads, don't uncollect that it was
ever mentioned ; I was appointed a
committee for 1113' district; my dis
trict was Nuuanu Valley, I am the
ouly member 1 know in my district;
1 am telling the absolute truth ; had
no title except a committee to repre
sent my district; nothing was said
about my duties, they had not been
made known lo me ; (questioned in
detail as to each defendant) don't
remember anybody but myself on
Hie committee; was appointed by
Wilcox ; thought I had no right to
ask him about my duties; have been
at meetings of people where commit
tees were appointed, but always
came late and never heard of duties
of committees; have visited the
Mr. Ilartwell objicts that Christ
mas will be here before this line of
cross-examination is over.
Mr. Rosa (waruih) Counsel must
sec the poinl. This witness is not
telling the truth. He says he has
always come late to meetings.
Witness Wilcox is president of
the league; don't know who is vice
president; don't know-which is chief
or deputy, Wilcox or Ashford; they
are the leaders, first the foreigner
would speak and then Wilcox ; they
would consult and then tell us what
to do ; don't know what they told us ;
I paid no attention to what. they said ;
there was no secretary ; don't know1
which of the two (A. and W) took
down the uames; am not sure who
was the treasurer, or that anybody
subscribed funds ; 1 never subscribed
anything and don't know of anybody
having subscribed ; have not a gun,
my house was searched for one;
didn't take it across the way ; never
ownedjor fired a gun in my life.
Geo. Maukiiam, sworn First
heard of the league latter part of
March or first of April ; Geo. Nawaa
koa and Robt. Wilcox were among
first to speak of it; Wilcox said the
Queen wanted to promulgate a new
constitution, and he asked me what
I thought of it; I asked him how it
was proposed to promulgate the con
stitution, and he said it was lo be
backed by force of arms, the QueenS
Guards and the police to be era
ployed ; I told him I didn't like the
proposition, that we should look to
the Legislature for a constitutional
convention ; told him he was a mem
ber of the Legislature and he should
bring up a constitutional connec
tion ; I was also asked hy hangers
on and scullions and favorites or thu
Palace, also by a couple of soldiers,
by Katiui and Sam Nuwleiu, at the
Klelu olllce, tho olllce of the Palace
paity; I answered them that I didn't
believo in thu proposition, hut want
ed to woiR through tho Legislature;
liiey told me the Queen wanted the
old prerogatives back which were
taken from ICalakaua; I told Kauui
and others 1 did not approve of the
proposed measures, that they would
be dangerous to peace audpioperty ;
heard Nawaakoa's evidence and a
great deal of it is false ; it is false in
1 egard to getting Urearms; saw Na
wnukoa with a pistol at meetings but
nobody else; Nawaakoa advised
members to arm with pistols in case
of surprise; first meeting I attended
was at Ashlord's; Ashford told me
object was to ward off promulgation
of the constitution that the Queen
was expected lo proclaim before tho
meeting of the Legislature; told him
I would join any organization thai
proposed to act legally, but none that
would use force of arms; Sam Now
lein is Captaiu of tho Household
Guards; his proposition to mo was
ttiat the Queen wanted to promulgate
u new constitution ; I told him I was
against it; he said it was intended to
arrest the leaders of tho 1887 move
ment, that Chief Justice Judd gave
a decision, saying that victorious
revo.ution was not treason, and there
fore if the old constitution was pio
mulgated the revolution of 1887
would be treason.
Recess from 12 to 1 :30,
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not ouly phyuiu hut cleanse the 'holu
ttysteiii and purify thu blood. For
bale by Benson, Smith & Co., Agents,
r . , . -: :j
Luavt-k on Tuenluy for
turu ou Juuo Situ,
m i? i'm4i' i
COLLOQUIAL NAMES FOR SHIPS.
I American Notes noil Quciics.J
Ai opposed to "cutter" and
"clipper." legitimate elas names of
vessels, from their (Milling and clip
ping the water, the title of "bruise
water" is applied to a blttff-howcd
vecl. one that biuises or breaks
thu waler, willi which compare
Kronen "briscr." lo dash or break
as wives ,'brls ni's," breakers.
This action upon the water recalls
thu si gostted connection be'twecM
"iiiup and '! p," "skutu" and
"skud" or "smot ' and "schooner"
mill "scnon " Wet vessels, that
lake inneli water on deck, are known
as ".living b"l!" from their plung
ing i'llo the tvnvi's instead of riding
over them. A vessel that pitches
ltuavi'y is odled n "pilu-dlver" an
other teim that t: 111 be appreciated
only by those who have felt, such
pounding, well described in German
as "stimp-freit-ii,' to pitch when
riding ut anchor. A lighter degree
of somewhat the same kind of move
ment seems to be thu source of the
legitimate lerms "skip-jack" and
"dandy," applied to light, speedy
vessels. " I'ea-wagon," formerly
applied to the ships of the East In
dia L'ompnny,froi:i llieir usual cargo,
is a colloquial example of thu large
class of ship names referring to car
go and. trade The wagon idea ap
pears again in "wheel-barrow" and
applied to steamboats having a huge
stern paddle-wheel, which gives it a
general appearance, fully justifying
the name. In allusion lo their cha
racteristic shape, the can il-boat man
calls" his boat a "chunkur" and the
sections of it "boxes." Under the
saiiKi idea "butter-box" was former
ly applied iu England to a beamy
trading vessel. The ship us a box
is regularly exemplified by German
"Buse," Dutch "buy3e,"' Spanish
"bucha" and English "buss," a
kind of fishing boat. So "moniter"
and "unaboat," originally proper
names, are now names of kinds of
vessels. In nautical nomenclature
"ship" and "bark" have particular
technical meanings, though their al
most indiscriminate use ashore, and
uch compounds as "shipmate,"
"embark," and the like, perhaps
indicate that formerly their mean
ings were more general. "Bark"
howeyer, is used for any kind of a
vessel by the poets, doubtless,
owing to its convenience for rhj-ine,
and the sailor familiarly h affection
ately and pet haps ito less poetically,
applies the diminutive "barkie" to
a favorite vessel or that to which he
belongs. Indeed, "vessels," though
too comprehensive, is the only term
strictly applicable to any kind of
craft except the very term just
slipped from the pen. Anything in
tended to lloat and move by pole,
oar, sail or steam, is known to the
sailor as "craft." Resorting again
to analogy, as French "batiment"
is a building and particularly a ves
sel, and if "craft" is from Anglo
Saxon "craeftan," to build, the
"guess" that "frigate" is from Latin
"fabricata" (sc. navis) is worthy of
considration. Tacitus uses the La
tin word in reference to ship-building
in Annales 14. 29: "Paulinus
Suetonius naves fabricator."
Whim in need if SOAP
!S?55? thill von will be butler
2f suited every way by go
ing lo a store that keeps
a large assortment of the article re
quired. Wo jgSCxpxti&b believe it may in
terest (BrffjfjfQi yu t0 know that
this EyKa sto'e is that place.
This JBs9HPl week wo call your
attention lo a new snap in this mar
ket. As tho manufacturers have not
been iu business for centuries they
are willing. to -jsrtgrjp. part with
their productsgfjSKJPn for less mo
ney than old fe&gS6S? r houses,
and you re tSsSS3 ceivo the
Jus. S. Kirk & Co. are striving to
make as good an article as the other
soap makers and ? '.'.vyj. y t h o i r
STi a 11 d o it Bells feTOra soap is
equal to the best. YiglpSplj
These cuts do """ not re
present the size of tho cakes, but thu
dili'erouco is in the price.
Tho store that sells tho ims
best soda will tell thu most ueen'batmj
soap. You aro a judge of teliJ!JST
good soda. irfii'
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner 1'ort iK; IClitir HtruulM,
( NE Good Second-hand Upright
' I'iano; also 1 Grand Piano,, Kn
qulroof N. F. HUKGESS,
Uppo. the lee Works, Beietiima st.
Mutual Tel. 102. tlOlw
For kan Francisco.
Will leau for Sau Fiuuclsco ou or about
TUESDAY, JUNE 7th.
vr For further particular legardlug
Pat-sago, apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
C. B, RIPLEY,
Oipick; Boom n, Hprcekels' Block,
Mutual Telephone 208,
New Designs I Modern Buildings !
Coinnleto nhius uud sueclllcutloiu for
every dusciipiluii ol building, Uoutiucis
drawn and cuielul Mipciiiilutideuoo of
construction given when rvuuiied. Cull
. '. . .. . ...1 I, ... .
uU cxuuiluu uluu. upr iU4y"
? tb s --fc2:
EXPERIENCE IS A
fr wo KvjratSi
L. -uso-.--. - n
had practical experience. From the
day wo puhlishcdjthe first testimonial tho nle of the plow was as as.mrod
ns its success. We have them in up everywhere and the demand for
what the people believe to be the jkc Vicct.'uice of breaking plows is
HAWAIIAN HARDW !?E CO.,
Fort utreet, oppo. Spree.kels' Bank, Honolulu
tw sb tgy
4C& 1 ' J. l.W
A LARGE INVolCR OF THESE
f just reci-:ivi:i) by
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
IOO i ort .Street. : : : : : SS.moluln. CI. 8.
104 Fort btreei, Honolulu.
i , ,o
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TR MMINGS ! NEW RIBBONS !
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS !
Special Redaction ia School Hats
ssr FOR I WEEK. ONLY -tea
CHILDRENS' SCH001 HATS FOR 25 CTS.
CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN 185!) BY 0. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Fupuiiiiiu Cabinet Jinking
Business in Honolulu ate still extant, and the bu-liic. Us originator and
present proprietor huiu to tay. llavitu purch ism! the eutiio hiierott of
the late 11 1 in of II. 11, Williams X Co., coinpilslng the l.ngest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever In Honolulu; priueipilly selected hy II. II. William during his lato three
mouths' Uii to the Uniw.1, I now olfr this slock and fiiiuie additions for
OASII ut piices. much ls 'i-an h-ieloioru chatgetl.
eSfTho undeilgiii'd in icsiuiilu; hit i I place and bulnes wmhl respect
fully lender his grateful thanks for he 11 il patronage oi old friends of (his
anil neighboring Mamie, and hope, mer I i coiithuiauco of their f ivora whllo
soliciting a share from new friends; .Ed a dj olfeis Ills service hi
Moving Pianos, Housihod Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus
M tting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent VI on !
cay- PIANOS for'sa..e or rent at low figures, -ta
. . . ja :
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Coruee Fori Hi,
IW ICEIMU.TION ! -ai
WE WILL SELL MONDAY, JUNE 6TH,
Ladle.' Mujllu Combination Chemises
I with Laces, $1 0 f.ir $2 U&
i Ladles' Muslin oiuhluatlou Uheiulsuti
.. V Lmiiryl luiy.Sl btjfurlt 00
I ,1I.,..I UllLli.. III......1.
LadUV Mtitjln (.'hemUtUi ?ac. fur 5c
I " .i.rilll V iivii.i
.aMft- Ji ..A;. 4,-.
When people t,et hold of n new
idea, be il ever so good, it is uphill
.work to convince tho people of its
meiits. hi Ihc beginning it was
dilllcull for us to make thu pc ,pio
believe by our advertisements that
'V II 12
was ti good t'l .g, they wanted tho
assuinn u of some person who had
twiwurwihi1 1 m iwnrn't,
rnt 'tT TK. n
LATEST STYLES IN
& Toques !
ioi & Uwlertiilfir?
Iloli-I ii( ri-tH.
car ukiwction' i -ts
Ladle.' Muslin hkilUwllh Lacts, S3 50
fur i 5 i
.mills' uliisliti Skliift with Embroidery,
Z tiO for. h 75
I.itict m Mk uud iiitjmu Uhjiuc
Majiuii & m
C f-MMfigluer Kojt.&iliotel'Btreoa?