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TIE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, OCT. 7, 1892.
FntiiAY, Ocl. 7.
Qcr bk J C Glade, Hcrckbcn, 149 days irum
Fjuday, Oct. 7.
Schr Kulamanu for Waipio and 1'ohoiki
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr W G Hull for Maui and Hawaii at
Schr Molvvahine for Fohoiki
The steamer "W. G. Hall will leave to
morrow morning at 8 o'clock.
Alex. Smith has overhauled and rolitted
an old surf boat, supplying her with n new
suit of sails. He will'uso Tier for fishing.
The schooner Moi AVahine has been
hauled on tho Marine Railway to bo clean
ed. She will como ofT this afternoon, and
is expected to leave to-morrow for l'ohoiki.
The German iron bark J. C. Qlnde,
Hercksen master, arrived tips afternoon,
14!! dayji f rorii LiVorioolhaving left that
port'on Muy 12th. She is consigned to H.
Hackfeld it Co.
The little yacht Carrie Robinson, which
lately figured in the capsizing and nearly
drowning of several young sports at Pearl
Harbor, was brought to town the other
day. She will bo refitted for future use.
Buliach at Now Drug Store.
Root Boor on draught at Bonsou
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
streot for sale.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is tho best.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Beef Iron & Wino,Now Drug Storo.
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho storo formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Tho program of tho grand concert
at Kawaialiao church to-morrow
evening appears in this issue.
Quina La Roche, Now Drug Store.
Rarities on ico will bo recoivod by
Lowis & Co. at 2 o'clock to-morrow.
Tho very list is appetizing.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotel
streot. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
B.F.Ehlors& Co. present groat at
tractions in black goods to tho
ladies, Recoivod by last stoamor
and consequently all fresh,
Soaps at low pricos at New Drug
Jas. F. Morgan will soil wooden
buildings at Waikiki on Thursday,
October 18. They aro on tho pro
mises of tho Waikilci Villa.
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Rosidonco, Alakoa streot,
near tho Y. M.0. A.
L. J. Lovoy advortisos a big salo of
watches, jowolry, etc., at 10 o'clock
to-morrow. A largo firoproof safe
will bo sold. Salo at the storo .of
Chung Hoy, King streot.
Johnston's Fluid Boof at Now
Tho bpst chance ever given in
Honolulu for getting a goocl billiard
outfit is offerod in tho salo by auc
tion of tho Brunswick Billiard Par
lors' equipments by Jas. F. Morgan
at 10 o clock Monday.
Dr.MoLonnan has romovod to Ala.
koa stroot; opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Olllco hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 4,
and oveuings 0 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll tolophono 197 j Mutual J2.
JSoture Frames made tb' order from
Latest Styles of Mouldings, Henova
Hi6nrof Old Pictures' a' specidUy atKit(j
jiros,, Hotel street.
LOOAli AND OENERAli NEWS.
Tho S. S. Australia will como into
pott about 9 o'clock to-morrow
John Sheldon is now managing
editor of tho Hawaii Holomua, na
Thoro will bo a social and danco
at tho rosidonco of Mr. Kobort
Lowors, Wnikiki, this ovoning.
Tho Hawaiian historical drama, to
bo given m llobinson's hall, is post
poned for one wools, to October 22d.
Tho Temple of Fashion was closed
to-dnv. To-morrow mornitiir i( will
open up again with a special sale for
i no luuies.
Ladies' night at tho skating rink
to-night. Music will bo in atten
dance and dancing indulged in after
Jamos Sponcor, tho stroke of the
Hoalaui crew, will row to-morrow
undor difficulties, being atllicted
with tho mumps.
II. E. Mclntvro & Bros, will bo
ready to deliver ico honso goods by
tho S. S. Australia to-morrow after
noon at 1 o'clock.
W. G. Ashley, Superintendent of
tho Oahu Railwa', has arranged to
handle a heavy trallie to-inorrow for
tho raco at tho Peninsula, Pearl
Tho programino for tho concert
to-morrow ovoning at tho Kawaia
hao Church is an attractive ouo and
should not bo missed by lovors of
Tho two Japanese murderers,
whoso execution was postponed until
next lUonuay, novo boon granted a
further ropriovo of two months to
A Chinaman named Achu caused
tho arrest of a police otlicor yester
day on a charge of assault and bat
tery on him. Tho otlicor will bo
Tho regular monthly meeting of
tho Hawaiian Mission Children's So
cioty will bo hold to-morrow ovoning,
at tho residence of Dr. J. M. Whit
ney, at 7:30 o'clock.
Harrison Bros, have tho contract
for erecting W. GL Irwin & Co.'s big
warehouse. The building will have
a driveway through it from Mer
chant to Queen streot.
Tho suecd of vohiclos mitrht bo
regulated at tho junction of King
and Fort streets. There was a closo
call from a collision between a
tramcar and a hack tho other daj.
Mr. W. E. Wall has loft tho Gov
ernment Survey and is doing busi
ness on his own account. Being an
active and steady young man ho
ought to got a goodly sharo of pat
ronage. L. J. Levey will dispose of tho
whole of tho stock at tho storo of
Chun Hoy, King streot, to-morrow
at 10 o'clock. The stock includes
revolvers, jewelry, pipes and num
erous other articles.
A native named Ioela was arrested
yesterday on tho complaint of Peter
High for disturbing tho peace.
Ioela had been drinking and on re
turning homo assaulted and abused
his wife, creating quito a disturb
ance which was quelled by his arrest
Tho iSteqmor Australia will land
hor passengers at tho quarantine
pier to-morrow morning directly
after breakfast. Wo are requested
to ask that people will not tako shore
boats to go alongside tho stoamor in
the harbor, as such action would bo
liable to vitiate tho quarantine.
On tho last trip to San Francisco
from Yokohama and Hongkong via
Honolulu tho S. S. China had a
largo menagorio on board. Among
tho animals was a monster royal
uongai tiger, ono ol tho liuest spe
cimens of tho tribe. Tho animals
will bo exhibited at tho World's
A young native named Kiki was
arrested recently and convicted in
tho Police Court of vagrancy, but
appealed' tho case. His case is on
trial this afternoon. Kiki was seen
to-day sporting a now suit, white
shirt, cuffs and jowolry, going to
ward tho Government building.
Near tho' Palaco ho took ofT his
boots and put thorn in his back
British Action on Annexation of tho
Tho following news from tho Gil
bert Islands hns boon givon to tho
Bullbtw by a member of tho Hawaii
an Board of Missions:
" Lottors have boon recoivod from
tho Hawaiian missionaries at Tapi
touoa, dated July 20th, and forwai fl
ed from Guatemala, Both the mis
sionaries and their families wore
well, and thoir work was going on
successfully. Day schools, Sunday
schools, church services, were all
woll attended. Tho Catholic priests
had thus far not succeeded in
making porvorts of any of tho Church
"Tho English man-of-war Royal
ist, Captain Davis, had taken posses
sion of all tho group. All firearms
had boon collected and carried otr.
Tho people of Tapitouea had been
fined $500 for intorforing with trade.
Rov. W. B. Kami, a formor mission
ary, now a trader, had boon ordered
to loavo tho island on account of his
alleged encouragement of an inter
tribal war soino yoars ago,
"Tho English captain had pro
claimed certain laws to hold good
until the arrival of a governor to bo
appoiutod by tho English colonial
authorities in the near future. Tlioft
was to bo punished by a line of $50,
and a similar fine was to be paid
for drunkenness, Adultery was to
bo punished by forfeiting ono piece
of land. Loaving tho country with
out permission was to bu punished
by a forfeiture of throo pieces of
land, to bo paid by the family of tho
Fiiiday, Oct. 7
Tho Assembly convened at 10
o'clock for prayer, after which tho
minutes of tho previous meeting
were read and approved.
Hop. Waipuilnni slated that tho
members elect as Nobles to fill vacant
seats as representing tho Island of
Oahu wore present, and ho moved
that their credentials bo examined.
Tho Commit tee on Credentials re
ported the papers of tho newly elect
ed members correct and tho Presi
dent sent a message to tho Ghiof
Justico desiring the attendanco of
ono of tho Justices of tho Supremo
Court for tho purpose of swearing
in the new members.
Associate Justico Dole appeared
and C. B. Maile and Chas. L. Hop
kins were duly sworn in as Nobles of
tho Kingdom. representing tho Island
of Oahu, and took their seats.
Rep. Koahou presented, from tho
1" niaiico Uointinttee, a minority re
port on tho petition presented by
merchants of Honolulu praying that
tho duty of 25 cents per pack on
playing cards bo repealed. Tho
committee consider that to accodo
to tho prayer would bo unjust to
those members who had voted for
tho bill. Tho report was tabled for
Rop. White, under suspension of
tho rules, presented a petition from
residents of Honolulu praying that
tho House pass just aud equable
laws relative to Uhnieso immigra
tion. f Tabled for bill.
Ron. Aki and Noblo Hoanili vro-
sontod petitions of like praj'or and
they woro also tabled for tho bill.
Rop. Kauealii offered a resolution
that, as J. E. Bush was a Roproson
tntivo in tho House from tho district
of Koolaupokof and that it was
stated that ho, by himsolf or through
membors of his family or his busi
ness relations, was receiving and had
received largo sums of mono' con
trary to Article 20 of tho Constitu
tion; therefore, bo it resolved that
tho Judiciary Committee investigate
and oxamino into this mattor and
report to tho Houso. Resolution
Rop. Smith reported some amend
ments to tho Judiciary Bill and thoj'
woro passed to tho Enrollment Com
mittee for insertion in tho engrossed
copy of tho bill.
Unfinished Business coming up
tho bill (157a) restricting Chinese
immigration was brought forward
and uobato ensued on amendments
to Section 1.
Rop. Kaunaniano moved that tho
section bo referred to a select com
mittee. Ho considered that time
would bo saved in so doing.
Minister Neumann offered amend
ments to section 1 to tho effect that
"only women who have relatives
either by marriage or blood and
children under fourteen years of ago
having parents and guardians be
Rop. Wliito ollbrod an amendment
that added clerks to tho permissible
Rep. Kaunaniano would bo pleas
ed to have tho "clorgymon" struck
out. Ho thought that the clorgy
mon juid colporteurs woro adverse to
tho interests of tho omploj'ors. Thoy
might induce laborers to have reli
gious services twice a week. It was
tho fashion now .111101112: native lunas
on plantations to get excused from
work when thoro was a meeting of
tho deacons of tho church.
Rop. White desired to aniond by
allowing two clorks to each retail
Chinese business house.
Noblo Thurston read statistics to
show that a door would bo opened
by which over ouo thousand Chinese
could bo allowed entrance if Rop.
White's amendment was carried.
Rep. Bipikano considered that tho
section asked for too much; tho
idea, as ho understood it, was to ar
rango sp as to obtain cheap labor
for tho planters. Ho could not see
what women, children, clergymen,
colporteurs and clorks had to do
with tho matter.
Rop. losopa considered that
clorgymon would bo of bonolit to
the community at largo as tho Chi
nese had great faith in thoir teach
ers. Ho did not wish to prolong tho
argument, so ho moved tho previous
Tho motion carried, and then tho
amendments offered by Minister
Neumann woro put aud carried, and
afterwards tho section as a whole.
Ministdr Gulick reported that Her
Majesty had signed bills, 1, relating
to the Deputy Sheriffs to act 'as
Coroners and, 2, to establish tho
status of landings in tho kingdom
and the rights of the public therein.
At J2 the Assembly took recess
until l.M . in.
Hit With a Stono.
A Chinaman was badly hurt on
Tuesday ovoning about (1 o'clock on
I'alaco wallc Dy Doing. si ruclc over
tho loft eye with a .stone hurled at
linn by a young native lad. Tho
Chinaman was walking along when
the boys 011 mischief bent sicked a
mongrel cur after him. Tho man
stooped to pick up something with
which to drivo tho dog away, when
I10 was struck by tho stono. A big
gasli was made over tho man's loft
eye, from which blood streamed
profusely. Ho could not identify
the thrower of the missile, as thoro
was a largo crowd present. It is
getting notorious that boys, ovon
big boys, in tho vicinity of tho Bar
racks aro in the habit of insulting
passers by, mom particularly inof-
f . "
Tho W. O. Hall Delayed.
Shortly boforo 10 o'clook this
morning tho boilor of tho stoamor
V. (J, Hall burst, hnnpily with no
horions roatilts, Tint injnrod part
has boon plactul in tho hands of
inoohnniori and t ho ropnirs will bo
coinplotod this aftornoon. Tho do
parturo of tho stoamor has boon
postponed until to-morrow morning
at 8 o'clock. .
DAUGHTERS OF B.EBEKAH.
Superb Entertainment by tho
Thoro was not much said before
hand in tho papers about tho ontor
tninmont of tho Dnughtors of Robe
kali, but tho ladios nt tho head of
tho ontorpriso worked so hard in
placing tickets that Harmony Hall
on King streot was packed yesterday
ovoning. Odd Follows, veterans and
young members, with their wives,
sisters and sweethearts, formed a
largo proportion of tho assembly.
Hor Majesty tho Queen was pleas
ed to give her patronage to tho
event. Sho arrived carh; and was
accompanied by His Lxoollonoy A.
S. Cleghorn, and attended by lion.
J. W. Robertson, Chamberlain, and
Mrs. C. B. Wilson and Mrs. Chas.
Clark, ladios-in-wniting. The Queen
was seated in tho chair of tho pre
siding otlicor, with Gov. Cleghorn
on hor right.
This was the first public entertain
ment given b' Pacific Lodge.
Daughters of Hobokah, tho Indies'
branch of tho Independent Order of
Odd Follows. A musical and liter
ary bill of fare of much merit was
givon, interspersed with a series of
charming tableaux. Committees in
charge wore as follows:
arrangements oisiers v. m. ai
coll, C. Potrie, E. E. Cron, A. E.
B'urnheimer, M. While, R. Adler;
Bros. C. J. Fishel, Jas. Lovo, F. E.
Reception Bros. C. Carter, A.
Potrie, Jas. Lovo.
Floor Sister E. Plomor, Bro. C.
A very prottj' piano and violin
duet by Masters Goonro Schrador
and Bert. Potrio oponod tho enter
tainment. Tho "Gipsy's Warning," song and
tableau, was givon beautifully by
Jas. McGuiro and Miss Jossio Noill,
and tho samo vocalists followod with
tho "Gipsy CoUntoss." Thoir lino
voices blended richly, and hoarty
applauso attested tho groat pleasure
of tho audience.
"Courtship under Difficulties" was
an amusing littlo sketch, rendered
with skill by Mrs. Nicoll and Messrs.
Murphy aria McGuiro. It was suc
ceeded by a duet, Miss Adlor on tho
piano and Bort. Peterson on tho
violin, woll played.
Tho tableau, "First Four Years,"
was offectivoly producod, displaying
soino real and imaginary phases of
oarly married life. A nativo trio of
musicians, which accompanied tho
presentation of tableaux; and Inter
plaj'od for tho danco, hero filled au
oxpoctod elocutionist's vacancy with
some excellent Hawaiian singing and
playing. Tho "Artist's Dream"
tableau was woll executed tho'sub
joct boing pretty enough for nnj'
JNlrs. NeiU, accompanied on tho
piano bj Mrs. Cooper, sang a solo in
nor accomplished manner. "Temp
tation," from Faust, was tho next
tableau and was put up in striking
Tho inimitable vocalist and ban
Joist, Geo. L. Ritman, sans' "Job
Lots" with a capital improvisation
at tho end suited to tho occasion.
Every verso was greeted with roars
of laughter, and tho merriment over
tho topical addendum, introducing
tho Daughters in an absurd iight,
was simply convulsive. An encore
was gracofully refused by tho musi
cian on tho ground of tho longth of
Tho thanksgiving drama, "Goldon
Pippins," sconos laid in tho Ameri
can civil Avar, was effectively pro
ducod by Miss Plomor, Mrs. Potrio.
Mrs. Buruheimer, Mr. Murphy, Jas.
McGuiro, C. Cartor, J. J. Locker and
several supos. Mr. Murplry as stage
director ably aided tho success of
this and tho othor dramatic skits.
Mr. Ritman and Mrs. McAllister
gave tho "Quaker Courtship," vocal
duet, in costume with perfect acting
aud charming vocalization. Tho
tableau, "Faith, Hopo and Charity;
Cross and Crown," finely gotten up,
closed tho literary and musical divi
sion. Cake and lemonade woro in tho
intermission served to tho entire
company, beginning with tho royal
party. Hor Majesty's lemonade was
served in a silver cup, It was now
10 o'clock, and, by tho Queon's per
mission, the officers of the Daugh
ters of Robokah tiled forward to bo
presontod to Hor Majesty, who ad
dressed Mrs. Nicoll substantially as
"I thank you very much for your
very debgutlul entertainment, wlneli
I have greatly enjoyed. Tho hall is
fitted up beautifully. You ought to
have a similar entertainment three
or four times a year. 1 shall bo
pleased to help your sociotj' in, any
possible way. 1 should like to stay
longer, only that to-morrow will bo
a very busy day."
Tho ollicors filing past bowed each
to the Queen, aud, tho nislo boing
cleared, Her Majesty and party re
tired while tho musicians played
Mention should bo made of tho
complete preparations for tho ontor
tnininont, which cost a day and
much of a night of hard work by
many hands, tender as well as strong.
An elevated stage, with curtains,
HcreoiiH, otu was coiiHtrnutod nt tho
foot of tho hall, to faoo which tho
chairs woro rovorsod. Tho royal
party on tho hoad dais woro high
enough to hnvo an unobstructed
viow of tho stage Floral nnd groon
decorations added to t ho rich-colored
canopies of tho lodge room made an
Dancintr succeeded refreshments
with as littlo delay as could bo
poctou, and, although the nail was
very crowded tho first half of tho i
remaining time, nobody seonied to I
bo in other than a keen state of
enjoyment. Hugo vossoIh of iced
lemonade yielded coolness to tho j
morrv-inaltors to tho finish, which I
came soon aft or midnight, The
dances oneeutod woro in (ho follow-
ing order: b,nncors, waltz, sciioi
nig uriiur; Jiniiuor, wuii., duiuh-
tisoho. lancors, polka, waltz, ltmcors,
wait VirL'iniii nml
fni ' k if t iii-,
Tho Dnuglitors of IJobeknh have
. .. ..... -.It, Mil, ... ,,v. 'IMIIM .tlUll '. l"l.
won a signal triumph in their initial
public entertainment, Thoy ought
to tako Hor Majesty's ml vivo and
favor thoir frionua with more fro
quout ovonts of tho bamb description,
Tho ease against three natives for
larcony, fourth dcgree,,begun yester
day afternoon before Chief Justico
J mid at October term, was going to
tho jury at noon to-day. V. H. Cas
tlo is conducting the prosecution,
and S. K. Kane tho defense. Tho
alleged larceny consisted of taking
taro from a Chinaman's patch. It
wont against tliuiinthesiu tli Police
Court and thoy appealed. This
afternoon the jury acquitted defend
ants. Kiki's appeal from conviction in
tho Police Court of vagrancy is now
on. Johnson and Knhooluttio for
defendant. Deputy Alloiuey-Gon-eial
C'reighlon objected to Johnson's
appearance, lie being Police Justice
at I2a. The Court ruled that coun
sel was not debarred under the rules,
Kiki has been dischaigod.
The Attorney-General declines to
prc-ent au indictment against Lot
ll. Lane and Jos. Keaunui, charged
with perverting justice.
Judge Dole is holding an examina
tion of S. V. Mahelona, on the
charge of forging the late King Ka
lakaua's name to a deed. r M.
Hatch is prosecuting, and C. W.
Ashford and W. C. Aclii defending.
Col. J. II. Boyd, of the Laud Olllce,
and Hon. Antone Koa have given
evidence, lion. S. M. Damon is on
tho stand this afternoon.
" I inherit some tendency to Dys
pepsia from my mother. I suffered
two years in this way ; consulted a
number of doctors They did me
no good I theu used
Relieved In your August Flower
and it was just two
days when I felt great relief. I soon
got so that I could sleep and eat, and
I felt that I was well. That was
three years ago, and I am still first
class. I am never
Two Days. without a bottle, and
if I feel constipated
the least particle a dose or two of
August Flower does the work. The
beauty of the medicine is, that you
can stop the use of it without any bad
effects on the system.
Constipation While I was sick I
f e 1 1 everything it
seemed to me a man could feel. I
was of all men most miserable. I can
say, in conclusion, that I believe
August Flower will cure anyone of
indigestion, if taken
Llfeof Misery with judgment. A.
M Weed, 22oBelle
foutame St., Indianapolis, hid."
That Tired Feeling
Was No Name For tho "Way Mr.
That Mr. Whitman, who makei tlin
follow ing statement, N -t fulilifttl, lullu
lilu rutin, will be icudily believed when
we state t lint he has worked at tool
making in the jewelry factoiics in A t
tluboro without losing a daj , save I10H
davs and Suiidavs, for '." years:
'"'I can truthfully ni that Ilood'c
Sak-i.vi'AIUI.i.v it uim of the best medi
cinei that I know of, If not the bent. A
year ago 1 found I was about used up,
ielt no ambition to do anything. Could
not cat with any rt'lNh. 'That tired
feeling' was no immu for the way 1 felt.
I tooK a couple of bottles of Hoon's
Sahsa1'kim,, which revived my Nag
ging energies in good shape. This
spring 1 took two more bottles u.nd
have hud no return of the feeliiiffof 11
sear ago. My wife has ntso taken
s-ome 111 it with benefit. We think it
cannot be praised too lilghlv."
O. b. WinrMVN,
Iiroy St., Attluboro, Musi.
tar- It is 'not what wo ny. but what
Hooii'r. SAU.sAPVn(M.idoeS thatitclls'thi!
tZ& A Ibion'x Cook boon for the ask
ing. Contains nearly L'UO valuable receipts.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
Druggists & Wholesale Agents.
CO It X Kit FObT AX1) IilXO HTIIKKTS.
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
VIUTUbOF A WHIT OK KXKOU-
tion issued out of the Hiinreiiio Court.
on the 'J.M day of July, A. 1). Id!).', against
H. I'aaluhi, defendant, in favor of Ani,
iilaiutiu", for the sum of :fl UUm with legal
Interest thereon from afoiosald datu, I have
levied upon mid shall oxpoKi for sale at the
1'olleo Station, in the Dixtrlet of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, at 11! o'clock of HATUIt
J1AY, the tad day of Octohor, A. 1). Ih'J.',
to the highest bidder, all the right, title
nml intentht of the km III K. I'aiihlhl. dufeli-
iiaiii, in una in me loiioiving rrupeny.
i :::.:. ,..-..i... . i... a :.... .. r.". .:....
UilllihS sum joilgiutilll, Olieiesi, rtjsm uiu
my oxpenses Im previously paid,
List of Property for sain;
All the right, title mid interest of said S.
l'aahihl ii mid to tliOMi l'icce.s ami 1'nrceltt
of IjiihI situate In I'aliiiuii, described as
(J) K-100 Aero being a part of Apumi
Klnn of Iloval l'.itonl I.Viil. .No. IJI7I. to l'u-
hiia; the same premises being conveyed to
isa, I'aaluhi, vvlfunf said b, I'aaluhi, by
I I......I I... .I.....1 .1..,...! ..-!! .XI lUvll
- , .) 't-iu Auru being ', of Apana Kkuhl
i () . in Auru lining j of Atmna bkulil.
i lloyul Patent iw7. 1.mul Commission Awiinl
N"- l'h,J ') Kclilpueaimi; the samo lire-
inl-.es hemg convojed to UiuImi I'aafuhl
, !lI1(l K. i.aiuhl, by deed of W. Aulil,
dated .March 'S, lo'W,
lull.' -Liber U1JI
Honolulu, Sept. '.'1, IS'J.'.
THAT BEATS ME !
& f if
FOR, SALE BT TKCH3
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
HY LAST STbAMP.K
.A.S FOLLOWS :
Black Cashmere l--inch wide, .r.O cents per
yard and upwards.
Illnek India bawn. black French l-nwn.
black Sattecn in Plain and Figured,
black Calico in Plain and Figured.
B. F. EHLERS &
such a popular preparation,
us to prove its merits. This is simply to inform you
that we are the A gen ts for Ruhikoam, and
PRICE as CENTS PER BOTTLE!.
&ST LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE THADE.
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street,- - - - KCoolvilia, EC. I.
Ji , Cylinder
N. S.. SACHS,
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening a Large Stock of
New Goods ! New Goods !
LATEST NOVELTIES !
1 tt"" Just Recoivod per B. S.
A Kl'bb UN P. Ol"
black, Cotton, Silk and Kid Gloves i
black Stockings for Ladies and Children,
black Silk Warp Henrietto Cloths,
btc, I'tc, P.tc, Kte.
CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
Sl'La'A? JV - ,"fe
ffimmfcj&.is?: - f&
t -SLOWELL. MA55.
that it needs no
in any quantity.
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.