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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, AUG. 20, 1892.
Si'snn, Aj. '"?.
Am liUiiftS 0 Wilder, HrlllttTi, rrom Sun
Slmr Cliuidinn fniin MiiiiI
HtnirMIUlintn fniin Kmml
Hclir lvn Mol from Iliiimiii
Momv, Aug. '-"'
Sinn .tumps Miil.cc for Jlmmkl and ltutia-
uiiittlu at, I i in
Stmr Kaiilit Toi Wulanae and Wainluu nl
10 a in
Hliur Kthup.i llnufoi Molokul
btnir .1 A Cummins for ICoolau
Slmr Witiiiianalu for Moiokui ami Maui
Vessels Loaving To-moriow.
Hnrk 1'orost Queen fur Sin Ti.iikIho
Stmr Kiimu foi Maul ami Hawaii at 2 11 m
Slmr Mlkahala for Kauai, at fi ji in
Stmr ('liiudine for Muni at r p m
Stmr I'olufur .Miiknvvull
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Clniuliuc OT'i hi(,'M uj,'ar, .!" Imgi
potato?, 17 liidis, 11 liut'-i, til pkgi
Slmr Mtknlinln 3101 line iiign, li!7 hags
rice, 1! horses, I! lulls hides ami Ml pkgs
I'roin Maui, per stun fltiiilinu, Auk 21
Miss Walkur, Miss A Wtilkui, Mis 1', V
IMsliop, Miss A X Hadluv, W .1 l.ouiie,
iiu, jciiiiinen ami suiv.mt, Hm Uharles,
Itio Martin, W A Jlailev, (' W (li-iv, Mis
Martinson. Mi Kind, 11 Vida, 1) Xaiii
liau .mil wife, (' 11 Klithorn, Mrs Desha, H
(1 Tieiihnj, Mastei
1' Long, Master A
i.ong anil II dink
1m om Kauai, per stmr Miknliali, Aug 28
Hon HP IWldvvin. Hon A Druiei, Master
Kinii Dreier, Hon W 11 Kilo, Ha Wode
house. Master Aithui line, Miss l,ue
..iiiiMW, aiii-.-. xll Jim I, .MISS iUIUIL'I i apio-
linli, Mrs J K losepa ami child, J' 11 O.it,
Bister Alhcrtma, Cknenee Smith, M T
Jlurtin, Mastei Hoidonian, James N K
Kcnla, J Sherman, Miss Mil-.cn, Miss Oun
dall anil '(.! deek.
Tho steamer Pole will leave, to-mouow.
Fishing ctonis to lit tho fashion along tho
The steamer Kin.iu will leave, to-iuouow
for Maui and Hawaii.
The Imrk Porest Queen w ill le ie lo-nioi-row
foi San KraneiM.o with sug u. ,
The Inrkontino S 0. Wildoi aimed on
Saturday with a cargo of gencial men li.m
disp. Tho U. S. oiuiscr lloston looks like the
lono warnoi. Hut foi the old uai-lnp Ka
niiiloi it would look lo-t.
i:iiI.i:iHllKK)K At Kilam-.i, Kuiiii, Aug
1'), to the wife of V. Kllcrhrook, a
The Morning Dawns.
Should tho bill gianling tlio j)iii
lcgo of uoiuhicling an Intenialional
Lottery become a law, i aie a&sm
ed that niuasmes will lie at oneo
taken to put tho undeitaking into
aetio opoi.ition. Wo aio anred
that tho gentlemen intoiested arc
in good faith, and stand
road' to inako tho firt paymonl of
S125,00() at tho stipulated timo.
This being tho easo, it follows that
tho passage of tho bill moans tin nu
nualo)ciulitiiro in this count ty of
half a million dollais for humtj'-tho
Tho pioposition is simple. Tho
gooinmont finances aro to bo in
creased immediately ly $500,000.
This money will bo at oneo put into
circulation. It will be paid out for
labor, for matoiial for loadmaKing,
foi gonoial impiovements. It will
givo constant employment toowny
laboior in tho count ly at tho highest
It will stait tho sluggish wheols
of industiy; it will quicken business
and send an oleetiic thrill thiough
oory aonuo of ti.ide.
It is needli'is to speculate on tho
advantages that will accrue to eoi3
one hhould tho measuro pass. W'a
have hoard much about Po.irl
Harbor, and tho piospect that a
million or so would bo opendod on
With tho subsidy in (iiestion wo
noed not worry about Po.xil Harbor.
Wo can keep our territory. Wo will
Wo can aceopt this oiloi, and reap
a golden harvest, or wo can loject it.
Should wo reject tho pioposition,
what, can bo olloiod that piomisos
any solution o tho daik pioblom
that now uonf touts us?
With a country orging on bank
ruptcy, can wo allot d to neglect this
Values aio falling, capital in con
tracting, our currency is dopicei.it
ing, and business is tit a standstill:
people and press aio calling foi re
lief ; lot any one scan the hoii.on of
to-day, and seo if any help as in
sight, Can wo pass this oppoitunity?
At 10:15 Minister P.nkoi rose in
tho Legislature and slated that it
had pleased Hoi Majesty to appoint
tho Hon. Paul Neumann as Attor-ney-Gonoral.
greeted tho announcement and a
spirit of satisfaction seemed to pei
vade (he Assembly. Mr. Neumann
was Attorney-General some years
formerly, holding that ollico during
tho session of 1881 and for patt of
the session of 18815. At tho recent
election he re-entotcd public life as
a Noble for tho teim of six jeais.
The progtam of tho Sous of St.
George colebiation at Pearl CJitj
will appoai to-uiortow. The eents
will Ins very ititorehting.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Friday next will bo a public holi
day. Tho St eons to-night at tho Opora
Shiped holokus soom to bo all tho
Diamond Head, !J p. in. Weather
cloud-, wind high northeast.
Tho Fish Market has been o ci
st ocked with fish for tho past week.
There weio only four cases of
diunkenness in tho Police Court this
One or two lonesome cows at Ma
kiki aio tho occasion of considerable
smart wilting these dull days.
All letters marked per bail; Forest
Queen will bo forwarded to-mouow
by that ossol for San Francisco.
David Naono has been appointed
a member of tho Koolauloa lioad
Board in place of ov. S. Kapu.
A hackman pleaded guilty to io
lating carriage logulalions in the
Police Court this morning, and was
Liboinio, a band boy, scorns to be
a musical genius. Ho has composed
a saxophone solo which will be play
ed at the conceit at Emma Squaie
Tho I. I. S. N. Co.'s selioonci Liho
liho is chaitoied for a tiip to Lsau
island, and goes on the Maiino Hail
way to prepare for tho My age. Sho
will sail on Wednesday.
Captain Wiltso and oilicors of tho
U. S. cuiisor Boston woio intiodueod
to Her Majesty tho Queen by His
Excellency J. L. Slovens, United
States Minister, this morning.
Tho Mettle boys lowed theii
baigo to Pearl harbor jesteiday foi
I ho races on Fiiday, tho Queen's
biithday. They had an awning to
protect their heads from llio sun.
Mr. James Lylo has refitted tho
yacht Edith L. for tho second class
race on tho Queen's birthdaj-. The
mast is shifted back to make loom
for a bowsprit and jib added. Mr.
Alex. Lxlo gao tho acht a dial
tiip 3 esterday, sailing hoi to Peatl
haibor. Sho sailed faster and steadier
than befoio tho changes.
Tho old buildings adjoining tho
BuLLUiiN ollico on Merchant stieet
aro being rcmood to make room loi
a mammoth waiohouso to bo built
by W. G. iLwin & Co. It will bo a
high singlo stoi' bliek building ex
tending cleai across the block from
Mcichaut stieet to Queen stieet.
having a 00 foot front on Queen.
A young native e.uno downtown
this morning with a ton-cent piece
and returned homo on a tramcai
with fiesh fish, moat and othei edi
bles, creating quite a happy little
household at Waikiki. It might
sconi strange to many, but tho fact
is that ho had boon to a cho fa joint
on Maunakea street and won 1.50
on a five-cent investment.
On Saturday afternoon, at 1
o'clock, Mr. Geoige C. Allen and
Miss Lydia IJ. Ciahho wore marticd
at tho rcsidoncu of Mi. Claronco L.
Crabbo, Poit Surveyor. Tho eoio
inony was performed by tho Hov.
Alex. Mackintosh, only immediate
friends and relatives being piesent.
Tho In ido was given away by hor
father, Mr. Horace Crabbo.
Ev orybody should attend tho bene
fit at tho Opora House to-night,
which will bo given to Mrs. Maitha
E. Steon, tho vvoild-fanious mind
reader. Tho program will bo a very
select one and tho best that over was
given by tho St con-Smith lefincd en-
teitainors. Tho Opoia House should
bo crowded to-night, as it is V013 s0.
dom wo got a refined ontoitninmont
liko that given ly this famous coni-pain-.
Tlioy have stuoly fulfilled
ovory promise made to tho public
find dosoivo the public patronage.
Mr. William Auld celobialed his
fiftieth birthday to da). Shoitly
after one o'clock a large numboi of
P"oplo sat down to a bounteous hum
on the Insaun Asylum giounds and
a good time genet ally was had by
those present.. Tho band stationed
on tho lawn placed throughout the
afternoon. Tho ancient hula dances
wore enacted by young damsels with
apparent gracefulness. Mi. Auld
received several handsome piosonts
during tho day fiom his main
friends, among which was a pair of
liaudsoiue diamond-studded cull but
tons. Her Majesty tho Queen, Cap
tain Wiltso of tho U. S. S. Boston,
His Excellency C. N. Spoucoi, Gov,
itico of Kauai, members of the Le
gislature and a host of others veio
present to congiatulato Mr. Auld on
having attained his jubilee,
The Hoyal Hawaiian Mililaiv
Hand, Pi of, II. Hoigoi, leader, will
givo a concert this evening tit
Emma Smiaio commencing at 7.!t()
o'clock-, Following i the piogi.un:
Murcli Kxiiross . Kehraiiimol
Overturn ui Dame l!lam ho lloiildlou
Baxophoi! Sulo-tjm 1 n l.lliuokalani
bongs and Dailies of Nm llu rn Kitiopo
Ala Hlki Mai. Aiua Han. Ipn kauan,
Mutiny ChrUtv MlnMrcIa
1'iiiitnnia On the Milbtitam
Wult (Joliluii M i rtlo
Monday, Aug. 2!), 18!)2.
Assoiubl-came to oidcr for piay
01 s at 11) o'clock, President Walker
in tho chair. Minutes of previous
meeting weto lead and, ag usual, ap
proved, Tho following petitions woio then
piesenled and lefotied:
B3 Hei. Kanciilii, from lesidenls
of Wailuku, Maui, that a now Con
stitution bo gianted. To Constitu
tional Committee. 2. Fiom icsi
dents of the Thiid Distiiet of Hono
lulu, that an elect lie light be placed
at the junction of Queen and South
streets, Honolulu. To Committee
011 Public Lands.
By Hop. Ioepa, ftom icsidents of
liana, Maui, ielating,to school mat
teis. To Committee on Education.
By Hep. A. S. Wilcox, f 10111 icsi
dents of Ivalalau, Kauai, thai lepers
do not 1)0 allowed to leside in that
distiiet. Th pelitioneis givo as
special leasotis for the objection: 1.
'J hat lepeis theie, when in dispute
with knuiaaiuas, always Ihtealen to
use liicauus. 2. That 1 est 1 let ions
like those now extant on Molokai
would be placed at Kalalau and
would therefoie alleet tho pioduct
and industiy of the kamaainas now
there. .'!. That the people who pi ay
to be allowed to leniaiu then ate
not icsidents of the place, but belong
to other districts of (ho islands.
Wefeiicd to Sauitaiy Coinmittce.
By Iiep Kamauoha, conl, lining a
numbci of piaveisielatiugtovjuious
subjects. To Committee on Miscel
B3 Rep. Akina, fiom llanapepe,
Wainiea, that a postollice be estab
lished at (hat place. To Ministei of
Noble Maiiden, from the Labor
Coinmittce, ropoitcd on Bill 7, in
troduced by Bop. Ivanoalii, and to
the ellect that most of the objects
sought to bo obi. lined by tho Bill
aio fully coveted by the conliacK
and tho Inhoici is fully pioteclcd
by Sec. 112.3 of tho Civil Code. As
to the piovNion leqiiiiing tho em-
ployoi to lelease tho hiboiei from
woik at J 2 o'clock noon on oveiy
S.-ituiday, tho Coinmittce are of the
opinion that this would conflict with
all of the existing coutiacts for
laboi. The Committee say that they
aio confident that tho conditions of
contiact laboteti in this kingdom
compare mo&t favorably with that of
any- eotintiy that employs contract
labor, and thoy call tho attention of
this House to tho report of tho
lnspector-in-Chief of Japanese im
migrants on pages 10 and if in the
report of the Pi evident of tho Buieau
of luumgiatiou. Foi (ho reasons
above stated, the Commit lee recom
mend tho Bill bo tallied. Ropoit
tabled for Bill.
Hop. Wilder fiom tho Committee
011 Conimcice lepoited on Bill 112,
to ptevent the fuilliei introduction
of mongoose in 01 upon (lie Island
of O.iliu, and also to adopt some
moans to tiy to exterminate those
alieady on the said island. The
committee s.iy that while it is a fact
that the mongoose accomplish tho
woik foi which thoy were intio
dueod, vi., destioying rats, yet it is
also a fact that thoy doitioy every
thing in tho shape of pouitiy.and
no doubt will become a cuiso to the
islands. Tho committee lecotninoud
an amendment which makes it a
misdemeanor foi the mongoose to
be Kept or bred upon tho Islands of
O.thu 01 Kauai. Tabled foi con
sideration with bill.
At 10:1.") o'clock Minister J'aiker
lose and made announcement that
tho Queen had been ploa-od to ap
point Hon. Paul Neumann as Attor
ney Gonoiu! of the Kingdom, (Ap
plause.) Noble Neumann, thus become At
torney Geuei.il (a not unexpected
icsttlt), to 50, bowed and asked per
mission to letain his old desk foi tho
present, as lip was veiy comfortably
situated and had all his papers
Ptesideut Walker granted the 10
quost. Hop. White, iindet suspension of
the rules, piesenled a notice that ho
would intiodueo a bill entitled "An
Act giauliug a ftauchisu toestablish
and maintain a lotfoiy."
Hop. Koahou olloi(d a resolution
that the sum of 1,200 bo appiopii
tited foi tho purjiose of electing a
com t house and lockup at Central
ililo. To Committee on Public
Noble Thuinlou olhned a resolu
tion that "the Commit tee on Foieign
Allaits is heieby in.sl meted to report
within one week fiom the dale here
of whether or not it is advisable to
make an uppiopiintion for an ex
hibit at tho Woild's Columbian Ex
hibition, ami, if mi, how much, and
also what action and 1 ('commenda
tions, if any, have been made by the
Ilonoraiy Commission iccently ap
pointed by the Government."
Uep. Smith offered a resolution
that, "whereas a disease or blight
has, for several 3 ears, so affected kalo
crops on the Island of Kauai and
elsewhere in this Kingdom that se
rious loss and suffering has resulted
to the people and every means have
so far failed to stay the evil, bo it
icsohed that tho Committee on
Commerce, Agriculture and Manu
factuies bo instructed to make in
quiiies in regard to tho matter and
report such recommendations as
thoy shall deem best."
After amendment by Noble Bald
win so as to include the banana
borer and the new cushiony scale
blight on trees, and that it bo given
to tho consideration of a Select
Committee, tho resolution passed.
Noble Marsdoti oirorcd a resolu
tion that Section (5 of a proposed
amendment to the Constitution rela
tive to the identification and classifi
cation of agricultuial laboreis bo
made tho special oulerof the day
for Thuisday, Sept. 1.
Considerable aiguinent was had
theieon, only being stopped by the
Minister of Finance moving the pre
Division was had and finally the
Aye, and Noes wore called, the reso
lution being passed by avoleoT !tl
to 10 as follows:
Ayes -Miuisteis Widcuinun, C. N.
Spcucoi. and Neumann; Nobles Hoi
ger, Ena, Macr.irhme, Peteison,
Cummins, Williams, Kauhaue, .1. M.
1 toi net , 1 1 ind, M a 1 -den, Young, Maid
win, W. Y. Hornet, Cornwell, Wal
lnidge, Anderson, Thuiston. G. N.
Wtleox and Dieier; Heps. Wildei.
Aki, A. Hoinei, K.iuuamauo, Ka
lima, losepa, Akina, Smith and A. S.
Noes-Nobles D. W. Pua and
Jloapili; Heps. Hipikane, Ashford, S.
K. Pua, Kauhi, H. W. Wilcox, Na
vvahi, Koahou, Kamauoha, Waipui
lani, Kajialiu, Nahinu, White, Kaue
alii and Edmonds 1(5.
Absent Minister Parkoi, Noble
Kauoa, Bop. Bush.
Immediately theieaftor tho Assem
bly at 12 o'clock took leccss until
J !I0 p. 111.
$12,500,000 for Hawaii.
Editor IJuu.ltin-: -
There was introduced to day into
the House, a bill which, if it becomes
a law, will doubtless bo the means of
annually Hooding the country not
with suspicious paper money but
with r)00,XX) in U. S. gold coin.
lh icily, tho bill simply grants cei
tain citiens of Honolulu and Chi
cago, tho pet mission to conduct a
lottoty feu tho toun of twonty-lho
cars; in retina the Goeinmen(
is to receive yearly half a million
dollars in gold coin, payable in
quarterly installments of $12.",000
each. This subsidy is to bo paid
into tho National Treasury, and is
to bo expended nndei the direction
of tho Legislature.
Tho Government is requited to do
nothing, the Government guarantees
nothing; tho Government is undoi
no expense in regaid to tho matter.
Tho half million dollars in gold is a
net sum; it is all to bo expended in
this country, with the exception of
tho item tor the cable. Font bun-
died thousand dollai.s will bo dump
ed into circulation every jear. It
will bo mostly paid out for labor
and mateiial. Half a million for
twentj-livo jears means :12,f00,(XH).
Mr. Morgan to-day sold two pieces
of lice and taro hind at Waikihi
waena, for Mr. Henry Smith, com
missioner, under 01 dor of the Su
premo Court in equity in the suit of
KuKuli and S. Kauai hor husband
against Alexaudei Geoige and others.
The piopcrty belonged to the late
Apana I contains 1 2lfi 1000 acres,
and was held for an upset price of
."00, at which it was started bj
lion. Geo. C. Ueckley. It was run
up b two or thieo bidders until
Alex. Geoigo cairlcd it on" at 5l!i(X).
Mi. Boehloy only wanted it as a base
or water supply to his land at a
lower level, but ho did not let go
Hhoit of l27fi.
Apana "J conlaiiih 71 -UX) acre and
was bought bv John J Bow lor fi 1
&110. The sales wore regaidcd as
llll 1. 'In. I'll -WflTJIi 11 m I'll h'.
- KlJdlil M I. Ill' 1 'J I u HM. -Vx
( (JIAltU.b I,i:ONAltl ItlHIb '!() lb-
J fin 111 liis (iiuiuIh mill tlio ililln thul
In I1111 optmtl Uiu ('airiiiKu btiinil, 101111 r
11I Ntniiinunml KingbtniitM, to liucalh il llm
"I. X. L. CARRIAGE COMPANY,"
vlii!rti S1mi.1l ISntcs 111 ho mmlit for luii
riht mill Picnic I'nrtlni to all pint 1 s of in
Icical , 11I-0 Careful llrivort iirovidcil for l,.i
illui 1 allliiK in slmppliiK- '1 1"' iniiliirHigiiiil
liolxit li ritjii I attuiitiou to hur-iiuss lo
gain riiMum anil favor lij nil.
tf ('ariiawifiiriilslail atall liouri, il.ij
or ululil, .llm 11iikK1iK! I;.H'ih.
riin h ('. l,i:ONvl!l).
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpo (OlTAOKb 'IO
1 l.l outs (ill Mi reliant
hiii it and oik on I'm t
ntw 1 1 next to mIiooI Iioumi.
Applv to V. MiOAM)lil.b.
HOUSE TO LET.
1 btoiv DwiIIIiik on
I'unchliowl bliiu. lutVMcn
linn tania and hlllK. onu-
niiil h the undiirifiuiicil lo whom anplv
lori'irlluilHi. W.H. Jait'lJ.
Pacific Hartlwaro Co,
White Mountain Ice Cream Freez
ers. Fiom one qttart to 12 quarts,
Tho latgei sizes with Ity wheel.
All attempts to supersede this
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whit man Patent
Hiding Bit, nickel plated.
Paciho 11 viinvvvm: Co, Ld.
Fort St 1 cot.
l'h lure Frame muile to onhr from
Lateil Stylti 0 Moiililhijii. Jliunin
lion of Old Pielmei ipreiitlly ut Khuj
lirot., J loli I tlml.
.A. PANACEA FOR
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs.
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
.1. i Goodman, of Am.iloi, Pal.,
"1 ll.lVO had rene itcd ODDorhmitv
of o1i-oiIiik imil testing the ri'liuviiiujnnil
liLalingitialit of Vitv On. when ippliul
to painful, "oiu and mil 11m d pirts, 11 No in
liiinu joints, spi iins and hruNc. I am
loiiIiiIliiI that to tho oti-nt Its ifc, m til'
and powerful he limn mints aro triid.it
v ill ht ( onsiilcrcd the indispc us ihle f null
19 I'oi the asking ou will rem vc'a
1 U 'It stuiioninl Letter lteul out and do
jour own thiiikiiiK.
Hobroiiewman & Co.
cokvi:ij rouT ad kino .sntnr.rs.
Osl lt hMIIII, - MN V(ll 11.
Monday Evening, Aug. 29th,
The List l'i'rfoiiii mi 1 and Parcwell
h -Iiiiioii il Hi m lit to
Mrs. MARTHA E. STEEN,
The Only Genuine Mind Reader & Second
Sight Seer in the World I
Prof. CHAS. N. STEEN,
ix m:v a. si'Ainr.iMi novp.i.imi'.s.
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" Voices from Shadowland ! "
Best Programme of the Season !
lf& Tickets now on mIii at Lew is. I.
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and Turkish 'lolmt -10
I'lllc.i with 11a
miti Wrapper of
supcrioi guide, and
vvlihinit paper, pre
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seuts to he the tlnest
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when a short sinoU
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M Mil IIV
The Rubey & Co, Branch oi the American
Olgaretto Co., Honolulu.
Retiring from Business
Ol'K r..N'ilUK SKIl'lv.
Must be Sold by January 1, 1893.
We will ('oiiiininic (silling Out
Next Saturday, Sept, 3, 1892,
And will (oiitiiiuo until the hole
bloi'k is dispo-i d of.
STORE TO LET I FIXTURES FOR SALE !
OHAS, J. IISKCEIL.,
The landing Millliier.v House, 101. l'ort
imisi aim iioici sun is. iw
ipon Tin; iinruu.s or an amiikh
V Clgaiitto Holder, lot on tho Waikiki
road, toward tho l'aik, on Tiuwhiv last,
)vJw .1. M.dUlIti:.
ONIJ hMAl.l. 11U( K-l-l.lll
ul "11" on oil hiudlij?.
lluuci tan huvn f-unc
Oil llll itlLT tOkl(lllltl.
j Ajijil) ftuigiim (Jo, No, 1, i
you possess a pcrsnnnl ncquninlanco Willi your own
individuality you will deal wliorc you gel llu real-
osl valui' for Hit; loast moiiiiy.
you want (he latest
house where snap,
every pore in the skin of the salesman just like the water
ooxes out of that lot of C! anion Hose you hought of those
you want a good llos-e try the "CJoi.u Si u.
IJuan'd." It will last longer than the Legislature
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THE ENTIRE STOCK WILL BC OFFERED AT A
All Goods will be Marked in Plain Figures and
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Bona-fi.de Sale ! ".'oST Positive Bargains !
THE KEDUCTrON WE GUARANTEE FOR
TWO WEEKS ONLY
The Popular Millinery House.
We tako pleasure in informing the Smokjuis of the
Kingdom, that we have
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A LOT OF TJIW
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i:vi:u mtoUiMiT to this makki:t. also,
BTRAITON & STORM SEftARS !
AND THE POlVLAlt
Crop Cream Olet-y Fipjes
i wnoi.iibAi.i: and ui;i n. ity
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - Hon.oru.lia, H. I.
Per Bai'k. " A.ltoit"
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Hay, Grain, Feed
For Sale Cheap In Quantities to Suit.
PL HEW 0 0 I)
at t I'liu ( oki) di:i.ivi:ki;i).
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.,
I'hJ (Jui'i'ii Slri'it, I'Jvv
things in Hardware go to the
ginger and push oozes out of
O T TH
H. HackfeM & Co.
urn:n ion hAU:-
'Best Refined Alcohol!
Tor Mochanlcal & Medical Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
- VT Till- l:TK III -
iSl.T'S Per Oalloii
Ith INOI.UDlN'nrONTAlXKlt, llm
The btit Ihinij la eml (u your friemU
abroad is tiiiy llro, "J II (tut rati d .Soii
lenir of Hawaii," uhhh imialten up fur
the purpose, and is not an adieilistimmt.