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OfiilU RAILWAY & LAND CCS
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tcivo Honolulu.. .11:1
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Arrive Huitolulu. ..S::i.'i 1 1 :.. i:i5
PIIAItt. CITV LOCAL.
(Wrivu P.mrl t;ily
Le-tvo l'PSr VI y..ll:IHI .
Arriva llano'u u.. .11:111 ,
t Saturdays only.
TilH. (HUH mill .Uimiii.
nV C. J. LYONS.
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l'j 1 03! 6 10, 0 M,
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Now Moon on tlio2.ini ill 111 Om p. in.
X Ul i&
MONDAY, JULY 18, 1892.
Stmr MlUahula from ICtiuid
Stnir Claudluc fioin Maui
Sehr Liliu for the South Seas
Stmr .Ins Makeo for Kauai
"Stmr Mokolli for Molokai
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stuir Waialealc for Lalmina and llama-
Stmr (Jlaudiuc for .Maui, at i ) in
Stmr MiLahilu for Kauai, at 5 p in
Stmr C It llishop for Wniauae and Wai-
altia at 'J a in
CARGOES FROM iSLAND PORTS.
Stmr .Mikahala 11) bags susrar, 140
bags rice. 12 bills bides, 1 horse, (5
From Kiiiiui -per ttnr Mikaliala, July
17 S W Wilcox. V Kiiudsen. .Miss 1C Mo
Grow, WEKowell, Jllss.I Hartwell. Mis-
A Lovell, O Cunningham and wife. .Mrs
S Iterteliiuiun and pcrvnnt, Masters Cooke
2). C Kaiser, XV ISeilowbz, Mls Gran.
P II Kiteat, A M 'proull, I Zsubernitz.
wife and daughter, Jl E ,Moyers, A Tboel,
Lee Luti, Alt Wall, All I'hiu, and :).'!
FOREICK VESSELS IN PORT.
S S t-'an Franeiseo, ear- Uliniiul
III own. f roin S. in l)Ui;o
Am bk'nu I'lanter, Dow. fioinSan Fruu-
Am Fulir Aloha, Johnson, from San
Am clir Alice Cooke, l'enliallow, from
.Dan bk J G- Lot, Nelson, from Ilon-
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
H I M S lliei, llori, ft om Japan
U S ri lioston, from sati Franeiseo, July
Am bktue Wrestler, Bergman, from Syd
ney Ger bk J C Glade, fioin Liverpool, .Tunc
Hawslilp Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
due Aug 15
Nor sb Morning Light, Jolunseu, from
Newcastle, X S V
Am bk Mm gat el from Newcastle, NSW
Ilk Utela from Newcastle, N S W
The American ship Topgallant loaded
with Di-partiiM! Hay coal ariived yester
day fioin that poft and anchored out
side. The German bark ,T 0 Glade nt tlio 1
I S S wharf has comtnouced discharg
ing from iter foiehold.
'l'lie crack of illlu shots near the Quar
antine landing lius become monoton
The Danish bark J G Lot, will bi
hauled on thu Mailnc Itailway for in
spection of bur bottom,
The Heniner Walaleale will not be
laid up this trip but will leave for I.aba
iuu and ports on llaiiiukuu to-moirow
UOHN In Honolulu, at the Queen's
liospltal, July 17, 180a, of Inward
neuralgia, Cecelia, wife of II. Horn,
Jr., born 2th November, 18(10.
KEIST In Honolulu, July 17, 18'I2, by
diowulng, TmIuuIi:, daughter of
Mrs. '. II. Heist, aed 2 ytars.
Mt I i mm .in, ii i mmm
TIT. OMB-At Iwlbl, July 17." to thu
wile of Mr. L. Tltcomb, a daiightur.
The Hoyul Ilawtiiian Military Hand
iimlui' tlio luadcibliip of 1'iofcsfcor H.
licrgcr will glvo u uonuurt lliis uvun.
ing ut ICintnu Siiuuic, at 7:ii0
o'clock, The lollowing is tlio pro
gram: I'AIIT I.
ilaich "Tho nudi)0"
Ovuttuio- "French Comi'dy"
Cavailua "Tim Firato"....
Selection- 'Mailtaiil" .. ,.
Will In co
"Ala Hiki Altii," "Ainu Hun,
.Meilluy Miifiual Delusions... Schreiuer
Gavottt! Tlio Valley BelU Sacktir
Patrol -Thu Chinese I) una
Galop "Acrobats'' Ztkoff
biiNjuuiN Hiliu!d til onco by On-
cumber Tunic. Ileiiton, Smith & Co,
ft'jtj' ' j. .J-iL
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
Diamond 1Ii:ai, 3 p. in. We.tlhui
clear, wind lilii east.
Miisj. A, F. .liulil nnil, oilier wore
visitms lo tin1 li"ni-tniuiv to-day.
Tim Kiuiiu.iiiiii-li.is Imvo playnl
their last game uiiil tiro njtitiy on
Iii:i'iii:si:NiA'iivi: W. I'.iliiioiiils of
Wnilukii uiiido Ins lunidun speech
Mils afiui noun.
TiiMitr. will lie il ict!piiiui mi liontl
llio U. ri. Ilig'liip S.tu Fi'iiiiuIsl'u to
'I llllS S Aiwii'ili.i will not li'ilW
t'l'llllll'MlW UK I'olllll ll', llll' Will tllkl"
liei dopniiiiic on Wed tl.iy.
'I II 11 c.x.t in i ii.i 1 1 n - HciiinrKivv will
ho nl AliiKittt'sViUc, lli'iel miit i nliot.1,
.Moniiiihi.i anil Iviililii-iikn sclionls.
Tun lmnn tiers of the Logisliituio
were tienled to a luau on Snturday by
Mr. W. Auld of tlio Insane Asvluin.
A viiitDK'T for 2500 damages was
awarded Ivuhiilmwiti in his suit
iignint.t Iho Uoverninont on Snturday
by n Hawaii in jury.
J. P. Morgan will sell four pices
of desirable propoity ul Wuikiki and
hou-'o and lot on iMiliur stieel, at his
salesroom at noon to-moirow.
Mit. and Mii. Hobort Lowers cele
brated their -ilvoi wedding mi Saiur-d-iv
nl Wuikiki. Invited yuests wi'to
piesont, as nl.-o w.is the Hawaiian
A Ciiimisk liuckdinor was lined l
in tlio 1'olico Cuiut this inurnuig for
violation of carriage regulations.
Uight cases of dtunkciincss wore also
disposed of for the consideration of $(i
Ficank Lillim, hack driver, had u
fellow-driver an osted yesterday for tn
attempt, to assault him with a deadly
weapon. This niorning ho felt timid
of pushing thu o.tbe anil withdrew the
Tiiniti: aio Irom 7o to 125 able
bodied men wasting their precious
time looking sit the Legislature, which
is a loss to those poor people of say
$100 a. day and tlio Lugi-laturo would
lose nothing by their ub-enco.
Tun Scottish Thistle Club's weekly
meeting with musical and literary
entertainment will take place this
I'viiiiing. Visiting Scots on sea and
shore tiro always welcome and gladly
heaid in speech, song or story.
Many people of both sexe, old and
young, visited the end of the diedgo
pipe yesterday. Tlio sand dump is
now huge enough to accommodate
hundreds of people dryslmd where
hall a fathom of w.iler tolled befote
Wono Ivwai, Chinese merchant, re
ceived his commission hy the S. S.
Australia, as Vice Commercial Agent,
succeeding Goo Kim, who has been
promoted lo the position of Cltiucso
Commercial Agent. There was a
largo attendance at the United
Chinese Club li.mo on Saturday
night for felioitatious.
Mich. Iloim.in II m, Jr'., more fain ir
liarly known by the name of "Sissy"
Horn, died yesteiday at the Queen'b
Hospital of inward neuralgia. Mis.
Horn was about thirty-one yeats of
age and had not been ailing long. Her
death was a sad blow lo her many
triends. Tlio funeral took place this
afternoon from tho Hospital and was
At 9:110 to-moirow niorning there
will bu a tiial of the steamer Austra
lia's mortar for (blowing a life lino.
The steamer carries thi piece of oid
nanee under a new United States
navigation regula ion, wli oil lupines
passenger steaniero to e.iriy a life lino
mortar on board. The exhibition on
tlio Australia will be open lo people
taking an interest in such things.
PETITION FOR RELIEF.
The following petition to the Legis
lature was started on the wharf this
niorning. At noon it had about 200
To the Honorable the Legislature of
the Hawaiian Kingdom in pre
sent Session Assembled:
The humble, petition of the under
signed workingmen residents of this
That your petitioners arc out of
employment and in consequence aro
in needy circumstances and threaten
ed with the want of support for
themselves and families ;
That your petitioners are without
Hie means of paying their passages
out of the country ;
That your petitioners having no
prospect of obtaining work ask that
the Legislature assist them and their
families to get out of the country.
And your petitioners us hi duty
hound will ever pray.
Honolulu, July 18, 1892.
Frank Ilatvthorno, operator in the
Hell Telephone olllce, left work yes
terday niorning to go home. Ile'was
invited by a friend to take a drink
with him and acquiesced. Frank
remembered entering a hack to go
home unit that was all. There must
have been something in thu liquor,
us at o:IJ0 p. m. lie was louud in his
bed in an unconscious condition.
Hawthorne was taken lo thu Hos
pital, where he lay all night. Karly
this morning In; crept out unnoticed
ami went home. Being in his under
sliiit and without a hat he looked un
canny, of course. A Portuguese was
bitting on thu feme when Frank was
coming out, mid and seeing the Portu
guese ran for all he was worth. Frank
is at work this afternoon.
OLD RAQS WANTED.
Clean white rags suitable for
bandages are wanted for use at the
llisliop Home and thu Hoys' Home,
Leper .Settlement, Molokai. King up
281 Mutual telephone and they will
he sent for, or leave the biunu nt the
olllce of Hie Hoard of Ilejilth or at J.
I T. Wuterhouse'g, Queen street. ,,
Monday, July IS. 1892.
A-seinhly convened at 10
Pr.iver It v lius Chaplain.
Heading of minutes ol pivvioiH tin el
inv, which weie upprovril n read.
The lo Imviiiii petition wore pre
sented and rcfotii il :
Hv Uep Koilio'i, from Hi o, a
number ot petition wlreh were re
lorivd unread 1 1 the Committee on
Micell moon-. P-titions.
l!v Hep I'ua, fioin Hitiolulti ciiii
taiuing 100 siguaiuri-, tliat the woik
on tlio roads be performed by the aid
of free labor. To Committee on
By Uep. Waipuilani that an Eng
lish school he estah ished in the dis
Hiet of Kona. To Committee on
By tho same member from two
residents of the same district, that
the sum of SI 900 he paid them on
account of the Government having
made a good road through their
lauds. To Committee on Public
By Rvp. Iosepa, from Kaupo, two
petitions containing a number of
prayers. Referred, unread, lo the
Committee on Miscellaneous Peti
tions. By Hep. Robert V. Wilcox, that
$10,000 Im appropiiatcd for the pur
poses of improvements in the district
of Kooluuloa. To Committee on
Public L uids. Also by thu same
member (1) that tieatiea be made
with nations desiring to engage in
lliem. (2) That a national bank be
established. (J)) That law relating
to tin regulation of the currency be
repealed. To Committee on Misoel
By Noble Neumann, that S1000 be
appiopriated for a bridge at Niu. To
Committee on Public Lauds.
By Rep. Robert Wilcox from Koo
lauloa that S '0,000 be appropriated
for the establishment of English
Schools in that disliicl. To Commit
tee on Education.
Noble Neumann, froui the Judi
ciary Committee, presented reports
on various bills, as follows:
(1) Bill IN'o. 59, relative to the
codification of the Penal laws. The
committee believe this to be a mea
sure both useful and necessary. They
present an amended bill making the
commission consist of three poisons
and tho amount lo be expended
S2500 instead of S5U00. The cmii
milto" ""ouiinend that the bill pass
in its amended form. Tabled for
consideration as the special Older of
the Day on Saturday.
(2) Bill 45, amendatory of the
provisions of I he statutes deliiiiug
the right of tenants of kunoliiki lands
to common ot piscary. 'I he Com
mittee offer an amendment to the
Bill and recommend that it thus pass.
Tabled for coiisideiatiou with the
(!J) Bill No. G, relative to the im
position of an internal revenue lax
upon playing cards manufactured or
sold in this Kingdom. Tho Commit
tee consider that the Bill is contrary
to tlie spirit of the treaty between
this Kingdom and the United States.
I'iiey recommend that the Bill he
tabled. Report tabled for consider
ation with Bill.
(1) Bill o5, to piovulu for thu
establishment and licensing of a
house where all kinds of gambling
may be carried on. The Committee
recommend that il do not pass. Re
poi t tabled for Bill.
(fi) Bill Hi, to provide a Police
Justice for WestKati. From imfoi ill
ation received the committee con
sider there is no necessity lor such
a measure at present and therefore
recommend that the bill be laid upon
the table. Report tallied for bill.
(G) Bill No. 10, relative to the re
peal of .Section 8, of the Road Boaid
Bill. The committee consider that
the public interests cannot stifL-r by
allowing this law lo remain in force
and effect, as thesuuie was passed in
1890, and it should not be changed
before u sound and good reason for
such change he mane appaieut. The
committee recommend thai the bill
do not Kiss. Report tabled for c hi
sideration with the bill.
Bill No. 7!5, providing for aineiid
incuts of Articles Go and 7G of I ic
Constitution. Thu committee my
that Artiule Uo is sought to be amend
ed hy striking out the provision that
during thu incumbency ol the Justices
of the Supreme Court their compen
sation shall not be diminished ; the
committee is unable to llud any rea
son for tlio unioiidiiieiit proposed and
every reason ugiiinst it. The coin
inilteo submit that the purl of thu
article sought to he eliminated is a
wholesoinu provision. The J notices
of the Supreme Court are thereby
placed above lite iinceituinty ol
the teiiuie and balary and left in thai
respect fieo lo do their duty and fieu
from tho necessity of having well
meaning triemls to iiillueuce members
against an unjust icHiiolion of their
balary. If a majority of the House
can reduce the latter it may reduce
it to nothing, which in fuot would
force their resignation, which can
only he done by the vole of two
thuds of all the members of the
Legislature, through the action of a
Dure majority oi any quorum, ihey
recommend that this umuiiduiuul be
nut adopted ; signed by Nobles Neu
mann, Peterson and Rep, White, A
minority report signed by Rep. Ash
ford was read, and to the elfi ct that he
was opposed to the proposed amend
ment, but thought the Articles of
the Constitution respecting the Judi
ciary aio not in accord with tho spirit
of the tenure and us a member .of
TTifiTni ji mnn
Lb lub UM
present sonic propose! ninoi.daiciils
thereto. Both reports were tabled
for consideration with thu proposed
umendiip'nls. The vommittee.iilsn
presented a leport on Aitlclo 70 and
that was also tabled for future con
sideration and for the presentation of
a ininoiity repoit.
The committee reported on a peti
tion that pure. ds having live or more
iliddreii be exempted fioin thu pay
ment of luxes. On motion the re
poit was tabled until the presentation
of a bill to bu iniiodtleed on the sub
ject. On hill No. !J4, relative to tlio pro
viiling of a police JiKiivu for tlm
Li'per S. ti lenient ; the ciiiuiuillcc
consider thu measure unnecessary
Hid undesirable and re oiuiueiiil that
the bill be labled. Ad .pled.
Bill No. 57, to divide the dl-tricL
of llilo and to pruxMi-i,m- pilieuand
two ili.sttiei jiisliees for iho distnct.
Committee consider that themettsuie
is now unnecessary and also loo ex
pensive, and they recommend the bill
be tallied. Report tabled for con
sideration with the hill.
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee that bill No. 122 was
Rep. Iosepa from a special com
mittee appointed to correct and
amend bill No. 20, reported the
duties accomplished and leeomuiend
thai thu bill pass to engrossment and
to third reading on Saturday. Adopt
ed. Rep. Waipuilani nvc notice of a
meeting of the Committee on Perma
nent Settlements at 9 o'clock to
Mini-ler .spencer offered a resolu
tion that the sum ol SG00.9S be
inserted i it the Appropriation Bill for
payment of services renduied by Mr.
II Viseher. Ri forred lo Iho Judi
Rep Ivamauoha offered a resolu
tion thu' a full list of" all employees
and other persons receiving 11101103'
from the Board of Health be pre
pared and presented to the Assem
Rep. Asliford offered a resolution
to the effect that the questions and
answers relative to the dredger pre
viously piesculcd to the Assembly
bo referred to the Committee on
Public Lands and a report be pre
sented thereon and on the present
condition of tlie diedgor. Adopted
after being amended to read a "ripe
cial Committee." The President
appointed Nobles Thuiston, Young,
Williams and Reps. Wilder and
Rep. Asliford presented questions
to the Minister of the Inletior, to
wit: (1) To whom does tlie harbor
belong? To whom does the sea in
I lie harbor belong? I'o whom does
the lish belong? Have the konohikis
or chiefs an exclusive right to the
Minister Spent er said he could
answer the questions immediately if
permitted and in answer said thai the
haibor belongs to tlie Hawaiian Gov
ernment and that the lish belongs to
those who eatch them.
At 12 :01 the Assembly took recess
until 1 :.'i0 p. 111. ,
CHINESE EMPEROR'S BIRTHDAY.
The United Chinese Society, of
which L. Alilo is president, held a
reception from i2 to 2 o'clock this
afternoon ul the Club rooms 011 King
street, tlio occasion beiuti tlie iwentj
lirst liiitlulay of the Emperor of
China. The Royal Hawaiian band
was in attendance and placed dining
tlie reception. Among those who
visited the club and accepted of its
hospitalities were J. L. Sieveiis, IT.
! S. Minister, II. W. Seveiance. U. S.
Consul-General, Thus. R Walker,
Biitish Vice-Constil, 11. W. Schmidt,
Consul for Norway and Sweden,
Major J. W. Rolicilson, Her Majes
ty's Chamberlain, members of the
Legislature, press and others.
Goo Kim, Chinese Commercial
Agent, Wong Kwai, assistant, Ah
Lo, the President, Ho Foil mid as
sistants were attentive to the wants
and contort of everyone present and
everything passed off plensantly.
Kclrcshmcnls both liquid and solid
were in abundance and toasts to the
young Emperor weie nunieious. Long
live tho Emperor of China.
l.u.ileiu W lib- JUli lilllnn Willi
lur li. 13 oil, .In,., .llni'Mlcn.
The Hawaiian Camera Club will
give one of Us interesting lantern
slidu exhibitions on Saturday even
ing uext at thu Opera House. The
illusliuliuus will bu descriptive of the
Hon. J. MuisiIcii'h late visit to
China, Japan and India, and that
gentleman will lectin eon each sub
ject as il is thrown on the screen.
The slides were made by members of
the t. itinera Club lioui photographs
taken by Mr. Marsdeu. and the sub
jects being very inteiesting will af
ford a good evening's entei taininent.
Some of the scenes will bu illustra
tive of the Indian Mutiny. Mr. Geo.
C. Potter will recite Tennyson's
"Defence of Lucknow." Tickets
will be placed 011 salu to-moriow, and
beats can lie reset vul on Fiiday
morning next at Mr. L. J. Levey's
Ah Sen was tried in the Supreme
Court to-day before Judge Dole and
11 foreign Jury 011 a charge of having
opium 111 possession. The evidence
was all 111 by iinon and the jury re
tired. About 1 :!10 o'clock they re
turned, having disagreed on a ver
dict. They were dismissed and ihe
case goes over until next term. The
foreign jurois got off eaily this after
noon. The best spiing medicine is u doso
or two of St. Patrick's Pills. They
not only piiyiu Inn ulcuiuo "he sliolu
Maty.!!! lilld purily the Mood. For
Lealo.bv Benson. Smith A. (Jn.v Auenla.
C. J. Mr.CAisTllY hiisJolR on Lililnl
slieel fm sale. !-lf
Titu baud will play at Emma
Sqtuto this (vetiiiig
A CltANOi: bus been inudn In llin
dr.eiiiii,Mi of lands ul Wuikiki to bo
subl by ,la, F. .Miiigan.
Anmi iiuiii iiro Ciictiiiihoi- Skin
l ine Ib-ii-nr. Hiiiith A Co., Agent,
LvYi.vo hens (.in bo had on uppli
en mil hi mi ai'ldl03 given in ibis
Hawaiian laalgj of .Muons Will
hive Wiiik to thu second dejiou this
.M.i I'. M. Kiiiiui lit boon n
poiimd a Mutiny public fm Iho second
judii'ial eiteuil nT ill - kingdom.
1 llosr. IniMiig unpaid bills a -abut
'lie- Bimid ol Health me directed to u
notice ol Ihe I'risidont elsewheie.
Ladils" shampooing and hair dress
ing done al (heir houses by AlKs
Wolf, 711 Heictania tlieet, Mutual
Telephone (i!)(! S-Ihu
Dri.tciotis eoiiee and chocolate will
he m ived every niniiiiug eaily at ihe
I'alnee lie I'u-iini I'uilots, l.udwigsen,
.V- (.'inn. Hold slieel. 1-lf
HusrAcn it Co. will si-11 Algeioba
Fiiewood at 11 u cold cash dclivoiod
fiee between the following limits:
Punchbowl, School and Lililia stieets.
D11. I.cI.knna.v has runoNcd 10
Ahikea t-ltiet, opposite the Y. M. ('.
A. ball, pteini-es hiiulv occupo-d b
Docloi Lit,. Uiliee iiiniis, 9 to 12,
2 to 4 and oM-tinmr- ti to 7. Kundius:
10 to 1. Bell Tilephoite, 197, Mutual,
(it2. 2-1 f
Miss Maiiy l.Yl.i:, lately book-keeper
with Egaii it (J111111, is , -epuiul ( Mo
.-teiiogruphing and type-writing at
moderate i.iti s. Gtaduate of Heald's
Business Colli go, San Finneisco.
Olliee wiili C. J. McCaithy, llo Mer
chant street. 2-lin
Oitioiiks of the Hiiiinlei Sugar
Mill Company for the ensuing year
have boon elected as follows: Mr.
Chalk's L. Catter, l'lesident ; Hon. J.
N. S Williams, Viee-l'itsident; Mr.
J.C. Caiter, Secrelaiy and Auditor;
.Mr. Geo. II. Robertson, Treasurei,
and these olliceis constitute the
HQ.V THEY STAND.
The following is the standing of
the diflereiil clubs in the Hawaiian
League up to July 9 :
"1 "i I .. I 2 :;,:;:,
:s l a 1 7 1 .777
L - L-r8"'
Y.. 1 4 I .500
I H 21 r. 1 4
They EvidiiDlly Like It !
IF MOT; WHY WOT?
Prepared daily from Fresh Fruit, it
cannot bo olherwbo than wholesome,
retreshing and delicious.
Our leading flavors are Pineapple,
Oiango, Strawberry and Grape .Itiico.
Wo have all Ihe otbeis but our
specialties are those named. Ico
Cream Soda has alto piovud vtuy
As wo iiiiiuufacttiro our own Soda
Water fioui Pine Hicaibouute Soda,
wo claim it is butter than that niadii
with marble dust. Those who have
ti ieil it, concur with our statements.
Having perfected thu Ico Box wo
nro enabled to pioduce colder soda
All flavors with Ico Cream, 10c;
Vichy Water, flu ; Sauerhi unuuii Water
and Huiiyudi Water,
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Coi'iii-i' fort fc Klnu I I'liotsi.
OC ISA NIC
FOR SAN J'MtAXUlSCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the abovu
WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1892
JKjy Thu uiitlerslgiied uro now pre
pared to Issue Tluough Tickets Irom
this city to all points hi thu United
Itfir For further paitlculais regarding
Freight or Pateagu, apply to
Wdl G, IRWIN & CO., L'd,
CAUGHT OUT !
VS. i- 1
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprookels' Hunk, Honolulu.
BY THE SHEET, DOZEN OR REAM AT
ECa BOTTOM P??iCES 1 &&
HOLUSTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
!: ort Street. : :
104 Fort it:reetf Honolulu.
WE HAVE TjIE VERY
NEW TR'MMINGS I NEW RIBBONS
THE LATEST CHIFFON TRIMMINGS I
Special Redaction in School Hats
& FOR i WEEK. ONLY -
CHI DRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOa 25 CTS.
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S ,)M'OMt J-' rc
Quantities to Suit
FOR SALE BY
H. HA0KFELD & 00.
0. L, BEXTO,
Coruor of Smith nod King Streets,
Keeps a Complete Lino of
And Receives New Consignments b
Every Stoanier. Also
Fresh Waialua aad Kona Butter
At 40 Cents n Poui.d.
FOJt HA MS I
1II.WE roar Flue Resilience Sites,
situated on i lil.nl street, lor sale.
The l.ots have a lioniatiu of 1)1 feet on
Pbkol street ami mo soil feet deep, tue
nicely l-i 11 out in fruit ami shade trees
and are till covered with gr.isj wutei
laid on throughout, The situation of
these Lots and thu limited number make
It noCkb-aiy that intending purchaseis
should make early application to the
iiudei.lgueil, from wliniii all ptrlieulars
can bo had. ,1 8. F. MOKUAN.
Piutui'ts I'YnmuH maths to
onlur front laluHt.Htyltisj i
mouldings. Uoiiovittion ol
i4 ii'urw a iwiiyiiyiL
We have a RAT TRAP, made ih
France, tlint beats nnything of Utb
kind you ever saw.
seven at a time, if you hae. that
man about 3-onr proiuiscs.
Wo set a trap at night and catch
tbieu or four rats at a pop. If your
chhkeiis are annoyed by Gophers or
Mongoose set one of these trails and
you'll taise more chickens.
iafcWlfr Hi! !
HAVING RECEIVED A FRESH
SUPPLY OF THE CELE
BRATED 7N 1?. j$.
WE ARE AGAIN ABLE
TO SUPPLY THIS
: Jtoiioluln J' . I,
LATEST STYLES IN
& Toques !
lleg to announce the arrival of tho
11!) Days from Bremen, with a Full
Assoi uncut of
Oils & Puinta,
Bags & Bagging,
Cement & Firo Clay,
Vienna Furniture, -
Etc, Etc., Etc
Upriilt Bieiu k Bflilur !
1ST LN GOOD ORDER "i
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