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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 21, 1SU2.
v.Vi iim siiai, Aug. '21.
U 8 Cruiser lloston, Wltse, from h int.i
Stinr.l A Cummins fiom Koolau
Tin siivy, Aug. '21.
Fienoli V:u-"liii Diiliouuhou, Ailmiinl
I'mr.ijon, for Vuiu-ouvor
Am '-cln Alolin, Johnson, foi Snli rr.m
iiio. Wl DNMiivv, Aug. ill.
Am liMno V 11 Diinoml, NuNon, for b.m
rriini ito at i:! in
St mt Mikalmla foi Kami!
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stun Hawaii fur Kiihiiltu niitl Olownlit
For S.m ri.inusio, mm lil.tne W H
lVuujsio, jiim lil.tne
Dmioiiil, Amr'.M Miss Jl A I.viliMtc, .1.1
Ni'wionibe, Paul Aitinos imil ll lioiiuils
Foi Kauai, ili stun Mik.ili.iln, Auk -I
Mii I' V Mai'iai lane and son, Mrs( Ullof
Kii.ud and cliilil, Win Lassie, .1 ll.i W, oile
lioiT'U, Miss Wideiiiaun, Caiitaiu Turner,
Huns August Dicier and H 1 Baldwin and
Tor Maui, pel stun tliiudinu, AujtU!
(Jeo l.oss, Mrs Itoss, Mis L'rcightou, Miss
' l.islinmn, Mrs Picrduur, Mis King, Mrs
Mutch and child, I. V Hughes, Mrs I'steji,
.Miss Ward, Miss MlM, .Miss L Woduliuusc,
K Wnkaina and wife, V Jl Ktalakala, A
liroun, b Ami, II A Austin and wife.
Vessels in Port.
TJSrb Sin rianciHo, Admii.il llrown,
from San Dago.
Am hi. Albeit, Hiding, fioiu San I'tan-
Am bk Coitst (iuccn, DjiLboig, fioin San
Gei lik P Kenlierg, Kruso, fiom San Pian-
Jlk M.iigniet, lYtcrLii, fioin Xcwt.istle.
Jlr bk Koounga, Young, from Ntwcastli .
Fotoign Vessels Expected.
II I M S llici, Mou, fiom .Tajim.
II M S Mnriiio-u, 11a waul, fiom fe.in rian-
ci-eo, Aug. '2b.
H Jl b Monowai, Caiej, fiom the Colonies,
Am bk Cojlon, fioin fnii lranti-co, Aug.
Ger bk J C Glade, from I.ivei pool, Aug.
Haw lik lluk n lliewir, fioin Glasgow,
Mis bkl Moining Stai, fiom Micronesia,
Am si hr Mary Dodge, from Huicka, Sept. a
Am tell Gliuilale, fiom lluiek.i, Aug. Hi
Jlr bk H P ltithet, fiom Cuidill, Sept. 1.
Jlk Giota, from Newcastle, X h W.
Gei lik UJIuikfild, from Livuipool, CM. 10.
Tlio bark Corcst (Jmin will Icine for
San Frauuleo on hntuidnj .
The steamer Hawaii will lc.-no to-morrow
for Kahnlui and Olowalu with a hiavj
e irgo of loal for plantation use.
Ciow1h of piople hao been Hoiking to
tho ilty flout to-da, toadiuiro the light
ing furni of tho U S ( luier lloston.
Tim balk Margaiet is taking in Htone.
ballast. tVheii bhe has tnkiii in KUlllciout
to halanio hoi propeily she will havo
for the bound.
Tho four-masted sihoonon AliiuCooko
und Transit nrrhnl c"tuitluy, August 11,
fiuin Honolulu. cltliei oiio brought up
u full taigo, an bitgar HtoikH at the islands
aio pretty well i le.mil up. .S' 1 Chroiticli:
Tlio mmhiiietyof the Mtiumoi Mol.olii
has niilved a general ovcrhitullng. The
engines wire tuid this afternoon, All that
rmuaiiiH is lepaita lo her woodwork, when
bIiu will again ,niMiluu her loutu hitwiui
.Molokai, l.auai ami Honolulu,
The Aiueiiean baikuulino W II Diinond,
Captain .N'll.son, .sal lid wliortly aftir noon
to-ilii for tho GoliliiiOiito with the follow
ing uirgo fttluiil at if ll,sj: J7w bags lice,
shipnul hj Hwiiun Ilios, liOKIilo, bj Mb
Griuliauiu A I o; 1010 do, b bing Choug A
Co; and 26M hagshiigai lij C I) lleiger.
Saved a Woman's Life.
Mr. .1. 13. Thoioughgood, writing
from Geoigotown, Delaware, says:
"Two toaspoonful.s of Uhamboi Iain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Ikim
dy saved tho life of Mm. Jnuu
Thomas, of this place." Ho also
states that .several other very bad
cases of bowel com plaint theio havo
boon cured by this lomody, For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
Ai Co., Agents.
Old Hags Wanted.
Clean white ragsuitablo foi band
ages, are wanted foi use at tho Bishop
Homo and tho lions' Home, Loper
Settlement, Molokai. Ring up 281
Mutual telephone, and thoy will lie
sent for; or leave tho same at tho
ollico of tho Board of Health, or at
J. T, Watorhouse's, Queen street.
Tin: vi:i:ici,y ihii.i.ktin'
uninsuf IntciiMhiL' Iliadiui: Matter.
Islands, fl; inallul to foielgn iotiiitrles,f"i.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. "Weather
dear; wind, light oast.
Win. Eassio leaves by tho Mikahala
t liis (Honing for Kauai.
Tho Diinond to-day took 5772
liagi of iici for tho Coast.
Prof. Babcouk will rt'suino hii
jiiano lussoni Soptonibor 1.
Tho U. S. S. Dost on can bo rung
up by Mutual tolophono No. 1)3.
Tho oloetric search light of tho
flagship San Francisco was turned
on slioro last night.
A popular clink in onoof tho pub
lic ollicca will tako unto hiinsolf a
wifo this ovoning.
Soxoial ainatour baseball clubs are
practicing daily for a shott .season
with tlio spheio and willow.
Tho U. S. E. S. San Erancisco
maiinos and bluejackets weio landed
to-day for diill on the plains.
Miss Luolla Mastors, M. D., was a
Ihiough passenger on tho Oceanic
jestoulny for Eooehow, China.
Should tho Monowai fiom tho
Colonies aniio in time, tlioio will bo
a band concert at the Hotel this
Piof. YV D. Aleandoi will leao
on tho S. S. Monowai to-moirow for
San Erancibco, eiontually to isit
Port Tow iioiul.
A lady tourist was heaid to 10
maik on tho .street this morning, " 1
would so liko to seo tho natiio dance,
hoola as they call it, before 1 leao."
Two moinbeisof tho Legislatuio,
llonor.iblos August Dreier and 11.
P. Baldwin, willleae on tho steamer
Mikahala this eening foi tho gat don
One of tho thieo joung woithics
undo'r arrest foi agiancy was gion
in chaigo of .Failor Tiipp tliis morn
ing, and tho other two weie dis
ehaigod. J. E. Moigan will soil, at lOo'olock
to-morrow, at tho premises, Hotel
.sheet, opposite the Pantheon Sta
bles, tho fmiiittuo and Iktuios of
tho Oceanic club.
Tho Pacific Wheelmen's races will
take place on Sattnday afternoon on
King street. Soino exciting laces
will bo witnessed, as sooial have
stated that they'll bo in it fiom stait
Miss Lucy Dunlap, i native Siam-c-o
lady educated in tho United
btaies, was a lluougii passenger on
tho S. S. Oceanic estoidaj foi home.
She is chapoioned by Miss 13. S.
Colo, a young missionary.
Tho following names h.ive been
added to those ahead l'opoited in
tho Bulliiin as leaving on tlio S. S.
Monowai for S.m Francisco: S. E.
Damon, Thos. A. Mack, Mr. and
Mrs. Schwabach, W. IT. Miller and
Prof. W. D. Aloxandoi.
In an item headed "A War about
Water" published in Monday's is
sue tho paitics weio not couoctly
stated. Instead of the Spreckols-
villo plantation being in tho coin
plaint, it is Col. Clans Spiockols.
Tho defendant is tho Wailuku Sugar
Co. and not tho Waikapu.
Kaukali, tho joung native who
was auested tho other day for steal
ing a danger lantern belonging to
tho Government, was sentenced to
six months on tlio reef this morning
by Police Justico Hopkins, as he
olleied no dofence, and tho evidence
pointed towaid him as tho culpiit.
Tho American four-inasted schoon
or Aloha loft for San Fiancisco yes
terday and went aground below tho
Marino Railway. The tug Eleu
went out to her leliof and got hoi
oil. No sooner was she off when
she wont ashoiu again a littlo below.
Tho tug again rendered relief and
tho Aloha s.'ifelj got hei.self out the
passage. She did not suller any
damage, as she went aground on a
Tho Rev. .loh n U&borne, wife and
two sons leave fo- the States on tho
Monowai after a visit of sevoial
months in the islands. Mr. Usboruo
camo hoio after leading tho Paradise
of tho Pacific, satisfied that ho was
coining to tho light place to on joy
himself. Ho has visited tho Volcano,
been around this island and visited
all points of inteiest. Mi, Uhborne
and family are much pleased with
tho islands. Thoy havo made hosts
of friends dining their stay, who will
wish them a veiy pleasant voyage
and a safe letuiu to their home in
Tho ollicers of tho S.m Francisco
will give a f.uewell reception on
board that vessel Thursday evening,
August 25th, at 8 o'clock, Dancing.
As time did not poimit regulai
piinted invitations to be issued, theii
friends weio invited b- telephone
and it is hoped that all their fiiomls
who havo hitheito been invited lo
their leceptious may havo been
Mentis. Iuikj HiuH.ttn nhoniny ajlnv
line of lhtmbuu mid olhir kIiIi J'urlnr
l'limln, Wall liiiuLils, and Window
Cornices, J'fiux lo vuit the timyi.
SI3V13NT Y-TItT HD DAY.
Wr.DNI.SDAY, Aug. 21.
Tlio Assembly came to order for
pi aye-rat 10 o'clock. Tho minutes
of tlio pim ions mooting wore then
read and, as usual, approved.
Noble Baldwin fiom the Commit
tee on Finance presented a report on
Hilt 1 l.'t to piovido for the disposi
tion of the Hospital Tax Funds,
and to tho effect that the committee
consider it iust that the money be
turned into the Tioasmj as a special
deposit subject lo the order of the
trustees of the Queen's Hospital and
leconunend tho passage of tho bill.
After considerable argument and
tho voting down of two pioposod
amendments and an appeal fiom the
ruling of tho chair, tho repot t of the
cominittoo was adopted. Bill order
ed to engrossment and for thiid
leading on Satuulay net.
Noblo Thuiston from tho Coin
mitteo on Public Lands pic&cntcd
tho following lepoit:
Youi Cominittoo on Public Lands
and Internal Inipiovements to whom
was referred Bill 112 defining high-
vvajsand defining and establishing
coitain rights and duties in connec
tion theiowith, leporl that they havo
had tho same undoi consideiation.
Tho bill is tho saino one (hat was
introduced b,i the Minister of Intei
ioi bofoio the Legisl.ituio of 181)0
and at that time unanimously lecom
niended ly tho Cominittoo on Com
merce foi passage. The reason foi
its failuio of passage by tho Legis
latuio of JS'.K) does not cleat 1 ap
pear, as the bill coveis ground which
has long needed legislation in this
countiy, vi.: the accui.ito defining
of tho status and control of public
highways and the laws incidental
theioto, and a law iroveriiin't and
compelling the construction and
maintenance of side-walks.
The necessity for a law compelling
unifoimitj of constiuctiou of Mile
vv.dks ib especially needed in Hono
lulu. Theio is now no law In which
tho owner of piopoity cm bo com
pelled to maintain tho sidewalks in
front of his ptopeitv. This should
bo leinedied and made to con foi m
lolavvs uiion this subject as they
exist in othoi enlightened countries.
The sidewalks in Honolulu aio fai
behind the toads and aio a disgiace
to tho town. It is fail to say that in
no placo in tho United Slates of its
sio aro theio bettor roads or worse
sidewalks than in Honolulu. In
fact, in many places in town the un
coitainties and inequalities of side
walk constiuctiou and elevation aio
a menace to life and limb. This
condition of ailairs should no longer
Tlio bill in question appeals to
full- cover tho subject, and, with tho
verbal amendments contained in the
cop' of tho bill submitted heiowith,
tho committee hoiebj. leconunend
that tho same do pass.
Noblo Maisdon fiom tho Commit
tee on Valvs and Means pic-ontod a
leport on Bills 21'and 21 v, lelating
lo tho amendment of tho labor laws.
Tho commit too consider that tho
changes sought by Bill 21 would bo
a seiious iiijui to the agiicultuial
interests of tho countiy, and they
recommend that tho said bill bo laid
on tho table. Tho piovisions of Bill
21a contain all of tho law as it now
stands with an addition of words 1 il
lative to "the time during which he
has absented himself." This bill tho
committee recommend bo passed.
Ropoit accepted and tabled foi con
sideiation with bills.
Rop. Smith from the Sanitary
Committee piesonled ti report on
Bill 10!?, lolating to coroners, the
object being to make deput shot His
corouoi.s. The committee recom
mend tho passage of the bill. Ta
bled foi consideiation with tho bill.
Noblo Neumann from tho Judi
ciaiy Committee piesentod a report
(which ho said was a niajoiity one)
on Bill 8, pioviding for tho holding
tho December term of the 2d Judi
cial Ciicuit in Wailuku instead of
hahaina. Tho minority (Noblo Neu
mann and Rep. Smith) recommend
that the bill pass 011 the scons of
economy and convenience to the
lesidents of Maui. Tlio niajoiity
(Noble J 'et ei son and Reps. xVshford
and White) iccommend that tho bill
bo tabled until after action on the
Judicial Reform Bill. Ropoits ac
cepted ami tabled for bill,
Rop. Smith from the Sanitary
Committee presented a report 011
Bill No. 5 to lopoal Chapter 71 of
(he lawn of 1888 relating to lopoi
suspects. Tho committee say that
segregation and ti oat iiieut of lepers
must bo enforced; it is tho kindest
and most humane polic for the
nation, they therefore iccommend
that tho bill bo tabled, Report
tallied foi consideiation with bill.
Rop. Smith fiom tho Sauitai
Cominittoo lopoited 011 a lo.solutiou
of tho House "that the Sanitar
Committee confer with tho Boaid of
Health and report to this House,
what action will bo nocitesaiy lo
allow coilaln poisons claiming that
thoy can euro leprosy, to take lepois
at tho Kalihi Receiving Hospital
under tioatniont providing that the
patients consent to such tioatniont."
Tlio commit! eo state that they con
feried with tho Board of Health, as
shown by correspondence attached
and as a lesiilt thoy submit a bill
pioviding that tho Donul of Health
may in thoir dioioliou giant a per
mit to any poison to engage in the
medical treat moid of lepois. Uopoit
was accepted and oideiod to bo
translated and piinted.
The same lnomboi fiom tho saino
Committee icpoitcd on a number of
petitions, lelativo to lepois, lepioj
and the Superintendents of the
i.eper nomiMiii'im ii m i no
had been ptesentod the Comimltco
1 ii.nl I 1 l.!11 I
lecoinmeim mat uie iieiuious tm
tabled. Repoit accepted and tabled
for a minoiity lepoit.
Noblo Baldwin fiom tho Commit
tee on Finance reported on Bill No.
00, to abolish tho ollico of Audifor
Gonoial, toMiccfTect that they io
commend tho Bill be tabled. Ro
poit tabled foi consideiation with
Noblo Neumann fiom the Judi
ciary Committee icpoitcd on Bill 70,
pioviding foi tho imposition of
water Kites at Waiohinu, Hawaii.
Tho Committee sa tlio Government
has never appropiiated this waloi
and the Bill is illegal in its present
foi 111 and thoy leconunend that the
Bill bo tabled. Repoit accepted and
tabled for Bill.
Noblo Thuiston repotted from the
Public Lands Committee on several
petitions, praying forappropiialions
for extending the Honolulu Wat 01
Woiks and to the ellecl that they
iccommend the same be lefeirodto
the Special Committee appointed to
consider tho Honolulu Water Work.
Noblo Thuiston, fiom tho same
committee, ropoiled on a petition
that piisoneisbo forbidden woiking
on public woiks and that theii time
be occupied in omplo nioiits within
the piison, and (o (ho effect that if
the pi.ier was gianted ptison laboi
would then come into competition
with fi ee labor, so thoy leconunend
that the petition be tabled. Ropmt
Rop. Kaiuauoha, fiom the select
committee to whom was lefeucd
sections 10, II and .V.) of tlio internal
tax law (Bill llfS), loporled in favoi
of the letention of sections 10 and
II as in the bill, and the amendment
of seetion .0 lelativo to dog tax.
Noble Thuiston piesonled .1 niinot
it lepoit to the effect, that taxation
of a giovving eiop, a fixed definite
amount lather than tho estimated
value of the ciop, is the Tabor
method both (othoGoicrnmcnt and
the tax-pajeis. Ho also favored the
assessment as of Januar 1st instead
of July 1st. Repoit tabled foi 1011
sideiation with bill.
Ministoi Widemanu moved that
Bills 28 and 177 be made special
businc-s foi the afternoon. Cairied.
At 12 tho House took leccss until
F. F. S. Dubourdiou.
The Fionch flagship Diibourdieu,
Admiial P.iuayon, weighed anchoi
in the passage at 1 o'clock yesteid.t
afternoon and sailed for Vancouvei.
Dining the fifteen days tlio Dubom
dieu has been in poit Admiral P.u
layou and his olliccis made man
friends. Her Majesty sent tlio 103.1l
cauiage to tho lauding for and with
tho Admiial when he ntiivcd and
left. She also gave a state ball at
lolani Palace in I101101 of the (lis
tinguished visitors. At the last mo
ment Admiial Pan a on received a
laigo lot of ilo worn fiom friends.
Mods. Vwavonn, acting Fionch
Commissioner, has been a bus man
fiom first to last of tho Duboui (lien's
visit, waiting on the conduit and en
joyment of hih country's naval of
ficers. The will doubtless havo left
with agiccablo impio-isions of the
maunei in which tho iutcicsts of
Fiance aio looked after heie, while
Mons. Viavona will retain with
keen plcasuio the leniombranco of
the visit of so fine a bearer of the
til-color of La Belle Franco.
Stole a Contract.
Kawasaki Keunoiuke appiopiial
ed a labor contract valued at $1(5 be
longing to anot hoi on August 1st.
He was died in the Police Court
this morning foi tho theft of tho
document, when he pleaded guilty
and was sentenced to seven months'
impiisoiimont at haul labot. Kou
nosiike stated in Coin I that ho took
the conduct and icceipt with tho
hope of getting money on it, as theio
was a sum duo at the Japanese Con
sulate. Exphod CopyrifUta,
Co) light hasoNjnnd in Lnglauil
011 eiglit of Chailcs Dickuim' books
the " Pickwick 1'apoi-.," ''Douiboy t
.Sou," "Maitiu Chuzlevvit," "B.iin-
ab Rudge," "Nicholas Nickleby,"
"bketches by Bo," "Tlio Old
Curiosity Shop" and "Oliver Twist."
rpm: niu, 1,1:1 in ih inij u:aiimi
1 Jl.ill) rn.(U or tlio Kiiiuilom. Kitty
cuutv a'i month.
U. S. S. BOSTON.
Arrival of tho Tine Now Cruisor to
llellovo tho San rrrtnoisco.
The U. S, S. eiui-i'i 1'oston, under
command oT Captain ttilborl C.
ViUo, diopped anchor in the har
bor between 7 and H o'clock this
nun uing. Tho Boston left Santa
Ciuz on August 1 Ith at 1 :."0 p.m.,
and evpeiienced pleasant weather
the entiie dip, the wind being aft
all the w a,i. She made the passage
alt omatol.v with sail and steam.
l)n the Ifith insl, an appientiee
limned M. Kehoe, while descending
the hatchway, fell quilt' u distance on
the back of his head, causing a coin-
pound fi.icluie. He was at ten led
, (, sli,,.s M11K,M)11, i( wn,
u;i,lt,M ,.,,,, (lio(, Knluin3
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at sea in the evening with naval
Tho Boston is of HIS',) tonnage, and
lO.'lO horse povvei. She oat lies 2
8-inch and (5 (i-inch bieech-loading
rilles, 2 (i-pounder, 2!l-poundei and 2
1-poundei lapid firing guns. j 17
111111. and 2,'17-nini. iov oh ing cannons
and 2 gatlings. Her constiuctiou
cost the U.S. Government .?(.1),(XX).
The following is a full list of the
ollicers of tlio Boston:
G illicit C. Wiltse, Captain.
W. T. Swinburne, Liout.-Conunan-dei.
13. K. M0010, Lieutenant."
L. Young, "
A. G leaves, "
Win. R. Rush, "
L. C. Beitolelte, Ensign.
C. T. Vogelgosang, "
If. C. Kuewli, Naval Cadet.
W. Evans, " "
J. F. Cut 01, " "
W. S. Biotheiton, ' t!
Geo. Richaids, " "
J. R. P. Pi ingle, " "
J. T. Moois, "
F. G. Mclvcau, Chief I3ngiueer.
1. Goodwin Hobbs, Payniastoi.
A. F. Magrudor. Suigoon.
IL L. Diapei, Lieut. U. S M. C.
A. P.. Willits, P. A. Kngincei.
Thos. C. Ciaig, P. A. Suigeoii.
R V.. Cainey, As-(. Ilngineer.
C. R. Lmerich, N. C. ICiigineei's
J. 11 F.dsall, Pa Cleik.
B. l' Alaikham, Caipeutei.
Lieutenant ComuiandcrSvv inhume
was hoio some time ago, this being
his second visit. Lieutenant 13. K.
M"ooie was tiansfeiied fiom the
Chaileston to the Boston, aftei that
ciuisei left heie on hoi latest visit.
Ensign C. T. Vogolgesaiig- and As
sistant Engineer R. 13. Cainey wore
foi moil naval cadets on the Charles
ton, but as will be seen have been
piomoted. Vogelgesang is the gieat
football phi ci who won the admira
tion oT the Honolulu sports heie b
his clevei playing.
Captain Wiltse visited thollagship
San Fr.incisco soon aftei the Boston
anchoied and pnul his icspecls to
Admiial Brown. The Boston i-,
anchoied on tho Waikiki side of the
San Francisco. She saluted the I la
vvaiian Hag on onteiiiig the haibor,
the Hawaiian battel lesponding,
and she then saluted the Admiial's
Mr. Laudei'u IlecominonUatiou.
.Mi. J. A. Laudei, a piomiuent
citien of Clarksbiug, Mo., and
widely known in that State, s.ajsof
Clinmbei Iain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrho'.i Remedv: "I havo seen its
good icsiilts anil can iccommend
it." Foi sale by all dealers, Benson,
.Smith iX. Co., Agents.
Tho oldest aiuichair in thowoild
is the throne once used by Queen
llalafu, who llouiished in Egypt
iC.00 B. C. If is made or ebony,
beautifully caived, and is so haiden
ed w ith iigo as to appeal to be carved
from black marble,
The Best Lunch in Town.
Tea tiaci Coffee
AT ALI, UOlltS.
THE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
AI.VV VV.S ON 11 VM
IE J. KTOT-jTID, Prop.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
fiom b. C.
fur h. I'.
Sopl, 7 , .Sept, 11
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Nov. 2 Nov.i)
Pi'ii'i h.m ruuuiMO
rruui hjiliicj for
I emit Ih'ituUtlit.
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MUSUW'Al, Nov, 17
nckiiowU'djrod superior of all cookiuof ranges is tlio Frcunu.
II heals up tiuickcr and with less fuel llian any other slovc
on the marUel. Low prices.
frl. J W" -A. X I A 1ST
monstrosities aro as difficult to find as the man who says the
S'rnr.i, Ar.RMoTOi: is not the most perfect wind motor ever
manufactured. They arc superior to all others, just the
same tis our
KC .A. :FSL ID -V7" J. TZ. El
is pronounced by every one to he just a little better quality
than you can find in any other establishment. The reasons
arc obvious we take nothing but the best. (Joods like
people arc known by the
o o 3vs: dp .a. :rsr -r
thoy kecj). Our (Joods arc all of the best ve never make
the mistake of sandwiching the cheap with the good, be
cause ours are all good.
Are Your Glasses
8p5$3ll5rP ' Vr3ii5jy
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER
In. -Ajrry- Style of
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 IF'or-l Street, - - - Honolvilta, I-3C. I.
CMldren's Hats-Mants' Bonnets
Tlie Largest Assortment
104 Foi-t SStraot, Honolulu.
ciiii.imn.Vh i.aci: ha is,
ciiii.niir.s's Mtu.i. 11 vih
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iNJ'WIV hll.lv HKN.Nr.r.S.
SDK BONNETS IN WHITE, (SEAM, LISHT BLUE, PINK.
JUST RECEIVEDlH. HackMd & Co.
Per Bai'lt ".A-llaort.'
A Kl!i:sll INVUK I. ill
Hay, Grain, Feed
For Sale Cheap In Quantities to Suit.
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KIRK wo on
at u iT.11 initi) iir.i,ivr.iti:i).
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.,
l i liunju gtaut, lvv
- - AND
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
A MISFIT ?
roi mi a 1
01 nut rou mm:
Best Refined Alcohol !
For Mechanical & Medical Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
T TUT 11VII 1)1 -
j mi.TS Per Gallon
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