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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, OCT. 8, 1892.
Hatiiiiiuv. Or.t. fi.
SttiirKlhntufroin Mnul nnd Hnwnll
Stiur .Iiimei Alitkeo from Katini
Stiur 0 11 Itlihop from llnnuikua nnd La-
Btmr Mokolli from Moloknt
Btmr Wniiunnnlo from Maul and Molokai
BiTtmnvv, Oct. 8.
Btmr XV 0 Hull for limit nutl Hawaii at 8
Sclir Mohviililno for l'olioikt
Vessels Loaving Monday.
Btinr Mokolli for Moloknt at 5 p m
Btmr Wniinanalo tor Moloknt nnd Mnul
Btmr .Ins Mnkeo for Knpnn and Hnnnlul
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stiur Kinnn 18 bates wool, 8S bdls hides,
73 lmgH corn, 280 bags potatoes nnd 100
From Maut nnd Ilnwatt porstmr Klnnu,
Oct 8 F V Holling, F J 1'otormnn. E F
Dlsbop, Miss It I.tMhman, Mrs 0 Crcigliton
nnd child. "Mrs W II Uoodnlo nnd tlaugk
tor, Mrs 11 A Tomes, V 0 Jonos, S n Lock
wood, K Otsukl, J Kuon, XV a Wnlkor,
Geo Watt, Hon Q 1 Kamuuolin, J Mngulrc,
0 J Folk, A Wilder, F It Villa, Akonn,
Miss I) Lindsay, Miss E Carter, F XV Oov,
Fntbor Sylvester, Father Andrew, ltov
H Kitont nnd H C Searle nnd 2 children.
For Mnul nnd Hawaii per XV O Hall, Oct
8 Mrs A Hntlleld, Mrs Burgess, Miss 1'en
lody, Mrs (1 Fatten, Miss Koknuln, XV E
Howell, .1 D Paris nnd fiO deck.
st. Andrew's cathedral.
, - St. Androw's Cathedral, Choir
notico; 17tli Sunday after Trinity;
. morning prayer; Vonito, Froomantlo;
To Doum, Havorgalo; Bonodictus,
Beethoven; Hymns, 1G0, 172 aud2G8;
Postludo, Fugue in' C minor, Men
delssohn. Evening prayer: Gloria,
Nunc Dimittis, Beethoven; Hymn
292; Hymn boforo tho sormon, 180;
Hymn after sermon, 22; Postludo,
WFuguo from tho Ovorturo to tho
Messiah, Handel. ,
The services of tho second congre
gation of St. -Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow will be as follows: 9:45 a. in.,
morning prayer with sermon; To
Doum, .Taokson, in F; Jubilate, Tay
lor, in F; Hymns. 290 and 292; An
them, "Sweot,is Thy Mercy," by Sir
J. Barnby. 6:30 p. m., evensong
with sermon;. Magnificat to double
chant; Nunc Dimittis, Tours, in F;
Anthem, "As Pants tKe Hart," by
. Spohr; Hymns, 266 and 28. Rev.
' Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. All aro
cordially invited to those services.
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ will hold sorvicos to-morrow
in tho Mililani hall, near the
Music Hall as follows: Bible
class, 10,a.m.; Preaching in English
and Hawaiian, 11 a. m.; Preaching
in English, 7:30 p. m. All aro in
vited. CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL.
High Mass, 10 a. m.; Rosary and
catechism, 2 p. m.; Sormon followed
by,tho Benediction of tho Holy Sac
rament, 4:30 p. m.
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST.
Seventh Day Adventists will have
Bible meetings every Sunday even
ing, at tho corner of Punchbowl and
Evangelistic sorvicos will bo con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
Evangelistic services in the Y. M.
C. A. hall. 6:30 to 7:15 p. in.
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Preaching by the Pastor at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. in.
Buhach at Now Drug Store.
Root Boor on draught at Benson
Smith & Co.'s.
C. ,T. McCarthy
has lots on Liliha
stroot for sale.
f Hood's Sarsaparilla is the best.
After shaving use Cucumbor Skiu
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
: ,) Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
' cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Beef Iron & Wine,NowDrugStoro.
Ka Mailo has romoved to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Quina La Roche, Now Drug Storo.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotel
stroot. Lodging by day, week or
month 25o. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Soaps at low prices
at Now Drug
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will ro
sumo giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Rosidonco, AlaKoa sttoet,
near tho Y. M. C. A.
Fluid Boof at Now
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
koa stroot opposite tho Y. M. O. A.
hall, premibOH latoly ocoupiod by Dr.
Lutz. Ollico hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 4,
and ovonings 6 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll tolophono 197 ; Mutual 682.
The Australia InBido.
Tho S. S. Australia camo into port
this morning shortly after 9 o'clock.
Sho was nuohorod out in tho stream,
for tho purpose of lauding hor
passengers for fumigation, After
the process has boon completod, tho
Australia will como alongside tho
wharf to laud hor froight, In ordor
to facilitate matters it is expected
that dock laborers will commence
work this afternoon and continuo in
the night till early morning. Tho
ice house goods will be landed by 1
o'clock this afternoon.
IiOOAXi AND OENERAIi NEWS.
Concert at Kawainhno Church this
Thoro will bo no concort at Emma
Square this afternoon.
Tho Rev. R. B. Poet will preach in
St. Andrew's Cathedral at tho 11
p'clock sorvico to-morrow.
An article on tho Hawaiian Bank
ing Act, by R. J. Croighton, is re
published to-daj' by request.
Ai Mouritz offers tho lease of tho
shooting rights on tho Ahupuaa of
Mapulohu, Molokai. for disposal.
J. P. Morgan will spll tho furni
ture of tho Waikiki Villa, removed
to Ins salesroom, on Tuesday not.
Tho boat raco at Poail City this
afternoon will attract an iminono
crowd. Tho last car will leave at S
Ioola ws sentenced to pay a fine
of $7 in tho Police Court this morn
ing for disturbing tho quiot of the
A glanco over tho programme for
this evening's concert will convinco
of a musical treat very seldom given
in tho city.
Tho debating club will have tho
subject of "Annexation" for discus
sion ou Monday evening. Last Wed
nesday tho club debated on tho sub
ject of "Have tho HaWaiiaus profit
ed by tho advance of Civilization?"
Tho Rev. R. B. Peot will preach
the sermon at the 6:80 o'clock sor
vico Sunday evening of tho second
congregation of St. Androw's Catho
dral. This will bo tho last oppor
tunity to hoar Mr. Poet, as ho loaves
next week for the States.
Mr. Geo. Bumsido, who arrived
by the China from Bahama, West
India Islands, will tako charge of tho
planting interests of tho Woodlawn
Fruit Co. at Pearl City. Mr. Bum
sido has some specimens of tho
Manilla pineapple with him.
Residents in the vicinity of Alapai
and South streets aro complaining
about the stench which omanatos
from tho wash house and poi house
at tho junction of those streets.
Tho odor from the wash house is
horrid and is enough to breed sick
ness. The attention of tho health
authorities has been previously call
ed to this nuisance.
Some kind friond in Washington
has favored the Bulletin with dif
ferent numbers of the " Grand Army
of the Republic" edition of tho
Washington Daily Post. Jt is splen
didly gotten up, witli illustrations
above the average" for a daily news-'
paper. Not only is ovorythiug and
everybody connected with tho G. A.
R. encampment elaborately set forth,
but the paper is ropleto with fresh
war stories not taken from any book.
The Glade's Voyage.
The Gorman bark J. C. Glade ar
rived yesterday, 148 days from Liver
pool, and was docked at the P. M.
S. S. wharf. Tho Glade loft Liver
pool on May 12 and had fine weath
er to Capo Horn, when she experi
enced very rough weather. Had W.
to S. W. gales from July 23 to Au
gust 3, making only 240 miles be
tween those datos, thirty-fivo d.i3's.
From 50 S. Atlantic to 50 S. Pacific
had very cold weather. Crossed tho
line in the Pacific in 127 W. on Sopt.
19. Sighted several vessels home
ward bound, but could not identify
their names. The Glade has a gen
eral cargo of merchandise and coal,
consigned to H. Hackfold & Co. It
was intended to fumigate her cargo,
but at noon to-day Hon. D. Dayton,
President of the Board of Health,
.notified Hon. A. S. Cloghorn, Collec
tor, of Customs, that tho cargo
would not bo fumigated, as tho ves
sel had been out fivo months.
A Notorious Jail Breaker.
Andrew Fisher, tho notorious jail
breaker, broke away from tho prison
gang at work on Wylio street on
Thursday afternoon, carrying a ball
and chain with him. Police Oilicer
Goorgo Baker was informed yester
day that Fishor was socroted in a
building near tho Chinese Y.M.C.A.
Baker wont to tho place and found
Fisher taking things coolly, having
by Borno moans severed tho chain
and ball. Fishor was brought to
tho Police Station and will bo given
an extra sentence on Monday, al
though ho has several years to servo
yet on formor similar charges.
Something New in Ranges.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co., (L'd.),
have just rocoived an invoice of the
M. & D: Wrouoht Steel Ranges
which aro superior to anything of
tho kind yet invented. Thoy have
boon adopted by tho United States
Navy and aro in use on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
other now vessels. Also on several
of tho now vessels latoly built for
tho trade between San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of those Ranges
will at onco show their many advan
tages over all competitors.
To the Reformatory School.
A young native named Maui, aged
ton yoars, was sontonced to tho Re
formatory School yesterday at tho
request of W. O. Smith and H.
Watorhouse, trustoosof thoLunalilo
Homo, for fivo years. Maui's fat hor
is a lopor at Molokai, and ho had
beon takon charge of by his grand
father who was an inmate of tho
Lunalilo Homo. Maui has become
so unruly that it was decided to
sond him to tho Reformatory School,
Hon. W. O. Smith and If. Wator
houso appeared in Court.
Heavy Rains on Hawaii.
Tho steamer Kinau, which arrived
this morning, brought tho news of a
heavy downfall of rain at Ookala, in
fact all over Hawaii on Tuesday.
At Ookala tho crauo near tho beach
was washed away. At Hilo thoro
was a plentiful supply of rain and
tho sugar crops wore in a nourishing
condition. Tho crop this season, it
is believed, will bo a largo one. No
further news of tho missing boat of
tho wrecked Bhip Win, A, Campboll..
Friday, Oct. 7, 1892.
Tho Assembly reconvened from
recess at 1 : 12 o'clock and considera
tion of the bill (157a) to restrict
Chinese immigration was proceeded
Section 2. Relating to condition
al permits to immigrants on requests
of omployors of labor. Tho section
was amended by Minister Neumann
nnd Noble Potorsou and was then
Section 3. Relating to penalty to
masters of vessels for illegally land
nig of Chinese. Passed.
Section 5. Minister of Foreign
Affairs to make regulations for iden
tification of applicants for landing
Section 6. Feo of ono dollar to bo
paid for every above certificate.
Section 7. Employor to register
unmo and occupation and all changes
of employment. Passed.
Section 8. Chargo of 25 cents for
each registry; .$50 lino for each fail
Section 9. Relating to laws af
fected by this law; Section 10, law
to take effect ou date of approval,
and title and enacting clause weio
A motion was made that bill bo
passed to engrossment nnd that t ho
third reading bo deferred until aftor
the Constitutional amendments rpla
tivo to Immigration and tho Regis
tration bill Una boon actoa on.
Minister Neumann (interpolating)
desired loavo of absence. There had
boon considerable said in tho Houso
relative to tho affairs of tho Marshal
and ho wished to look the matter
up; ho would ask for leave of ab
sence for tho afternoon and to-morrow.
Rop. Smith (speaking to tho mo
tion previously presented, relative to
tho proposed disposition of tho bill
just passed its second reading) said
that ho considered that this bill
should bo passed right along to its
third reading without waiting for
action on tho constitutional amend
ment. Noble Peterson said that boforo
this bill passed to its third reading
it would be well to know th'o fate of
tho constitutional amendments.
Thoro was a division of opinion
amongst lawyers as to tho constitu
tionality of this Bill 157a. If this
act should become a law and aftor
passing tho Houso tho Supremo
jUourt should sa- that it was uncon
stitutional tho country would bo in
a pietty fix, as thoro would not then
bo ono law to affect immigration, as
this law ropoals .ill the othors.
Noble Marsdon desired to know
what portion of tho bill was regard
ed 13' Noblo Peterson as unconstitu
tional, was it in tho last sections?
Noblo Potorson said no, tho first
section was tho ono spokon of.
Rop. Smith did not considor that
tho first section was unconstitutional
or that it would bo declared so. It
would oxpedito business to have this
bill passed to its third reading so
that it could bo engrossed Avhilo
thoj were discussing tho other bills.
He would like to know what the
point was in tho soction referred to.
s Noblo Potorson said it was that
portion relating to tho conditionary
Rep. Smith thought that tho King
dom had a porfect ritrht to make
laws in that respect.
Noblo Peterson said that not from
himself had ho said that this law
was unconstitutional, but that thoro
was a division of opinion with this
regard amongst tho best lawj'Ois in
tho city. II tho Chinese come in
thoy can slay without having to fill
tho conditions imposed.
Noblo Baldwin said that he con
sidered as long as the contracts wore
made hero and signed ly tho em
ployer that tho laws could bo on
loiced; it would be different if signed
in a foreign country.
Noblo Peterson said that ho had
heard ono half of tho lawjors in tho
city say that tho bill was unconstitu
tional fcaud tho other half that it
was not. It is a known fact that
many laws have beon passed in tho
Legislature, but tho Supremo Court
had declared them unconstitutional.
Ho personally wished that tho bill
could lie said to lie constitutional
but the doubt existing ho thought it
would bo advisable to wait.
Rop. White coincided with tho
ideas of Noblo Potorson; it was ad
visable to bo cautious and wait as
thoio was a Constitutional amend
ment to bo disposed of first. Wo
want laws made to stand tho tost,
not like those passed by tho Legisla
ture of 1887, when tho House was
tilled with lawyers, and a lot of tho
laws were declared unconstitutional
by tho Supreme Court.
Rop. Smith desired to know from
Noblo L'otoison what his action
would bo on this bill if tho. Consti
tutional amendmout did not pass.
Noblo Peterson said that lie would
thon examine tho bill carefully and
bo prepared to give his opinion; as
it was lie had not lead the bill and
was not prepared to give his personal
opinion; lie had only repeated the
opinions of other lawyers of oxcollout
Rop. White asked Hep. Smith to
commend Noble Peterson for the
wise way in which ho "looked boforo
he leaped." (Laughter).
Noblo Peterson moved an amend
ment to tho motion that the bill bo
ordered for third reading on Tues
day next to tho effect that thofurthor
consideration of the bill bo deferred
until after that of tho Constitutional
amendments to Articles 83 and 55,
Two rising votes were takon on
the amendment resulting in a tie
each time, viz., 18 to 18 and 19 to 19.
On motion the ayes and nays wore
taken, resulting in tho amendment
being carried by a vote of 22 to 20,
tho following members not voting:
Ministers Maofarlano, Gulick, Neu
mann; Nobles Cummins, Comwoll,
Thurston; Reps. Hipikano, Ashford,
Noblo Marodon said that tho
planting industries wore languish
ing for waut of labor it was advis-
ablo to know whether planters wore
to pick up thoir trans and get out
or to start afresh with belter lioarts.
To that ond ho would move that the
consideration of the Constitutional
nmondmonts to Article 83 and 55 bo
tho ordor of tho day for next Thurs
The same mombor niado a motion
that tho Registration Bill bo con
sidered on Monday noxt. Carried.
At 2:35 tho regular order of the
day tho Appropriation Bill camo up
for a few brief moments but tho re
port of tho Oceanic Steamship Sub
sidy Commilteo being lacking no
business was transacted in connec
tion with tho Bill.
On motion Bills on third reading
camo up as follows:
Bill 112 prohibiting tho introduc
tion, keeping or breeding of tho
mongoose. Considerable discussion
was indulged in especially relative
to tho supposed opportunity for
fraud in tho clnim for bounty for
scalps and also on account of tho
doploted condition or tho Treasury
to pay any bounty. The bill finally
passed without change.
Bill 93 to define tho dutios of Cab
inet Ministers in tho purchaso of
goods for tho Hawaiian Government.
Rop. Smith was not in favor of
tho Bill for thoToason that ho could
not soo tho propriety in charging
the GovornmoUt 15 per cent more
than other puroha'-oiH.
Noblo Williams the introducer of
tho bill, considered that tho prico
was only in accord with tho wages
paid mechanics hero which wore 25
per cent more than in tho United
States. It should bo tho desire of
tho Government to assist in keeping
skilled labor hero. That could bo
effected by having Hawaiian bridges
built by Hawaiian bridgo-builders,
Hawaiian mechanics omployed on
Hawaiian boilers, engines and other
machinory. Hawaiian masons nnd
carpontors on Hawaiian buildings.
Noble Thurston was opposed to
tho bill because it proposed to tax
tho whole group for tho bonofit of a
few firms m Honolulu. The peti
tion was signed by fifty peoplo in
Honolulu. It was" a proposition to
make the Government pay 15 per
cont more for that which it could
got olsowhoro for less money. The
solo result of this bill would bo to
pa' bonuses into tho pockets of a
fow manufacturer. Largo indus
tries abroad were built up not bj
their general but their special lines
which the' can produce at low fig
ures. ' He did not considor that it
was for tho benefit of Maui (which
ho represented) to subsidize tho
manufacturers of Honolulu simply
to givo employment to Mty men, aid
not care how good thoy 11133-1)0
Noblo Horner considered that tho
spirit of tho bill was wrong. It
seemed to him unwise that tho wholo
country should bo taxed 15 percent
for articles which tho Government
wants just for the gratification of
thirt- or fort3 individuals in Hono
'lulu. Ho would move tho indefinite
postponement of tho bill.
Rop. Nawahi considered that tho
economical viow was not the one to
take now. It wore bettor to givo tho
labor wages such as would keep the
skilled ones in tho country. Even
if tho espouse of. Govornmont ma
terial, and it is onhy that it effects,
was 15 percent higher it benefits tho
tho laboring class and keeps 11101103'
in tho country. There aro a groat
many mechanics now out of work, it
would bo omiuontl3' proper to make
such expenditure for thoir roliof.
Tho law requires tenders for various
articles; ho know of wator-pipo that
had beon obtained abroad and for
which tho lowest tender was not ac
cepted. Ho would sa3 that ho be
lieved that tiio reason ttio lirm ob
tained the bid was because it sup
plied tho largest wants for tho pock
ets of that Cabinet or probably for
that particular Minister. Ho favor
ed the" bill; it would keep mouo3f
hero and givo people hero a chance
to compete with ono another, and
thus tho industries would bo
strengthened and supply employ
ment to a great many people. Thoro
wore a great many young peoplo
growing up hero learning trades; if
thoro was no work for thorn thoy
would have to loavo or starve.
Rop. Kauuamano favored tho bill;
he judged tho world would havo a
poor opinion of a woman that would
offer hor breasts to givo sustonnnco
to a strange child and allow hor own
to, starve. It was not wise in a Gov
ornmont to act like that heartless
Noblo Baldwin liked to soo tho in
dustries of tho couutry prospor but
thought that this bill was tying tho
hands of tho Govornmont, and that
was a dangerous stop. Ho thought
that tho Government should bo al
lowed to purchaso wherever thoy
could make tho best bargain. Ho
considered that tho mechanics
should bo willing to work for loss
wages than boforo
Minister Macfarlauo TI103' are!
Noblo Baldwin (continuing) Ho
thought that tho Govornmont
should bo loft free. If tho contract
prices wore not more than 15 per
cent ho favored giving tho work
here, if more then tho work should
go abroad. Ho know that tho Gov
ernment in the past had tried to act
in tho spirit of tho bill and had given
out contracts at highor rates hero
than abroad. Ho could hardly bring
himself to vote for this bill; did not
think that tho Government should
bo hampered and trammelled at this
Minister Macfarlauo stated that
ho desired to speak ou tho bill hut,
as tho hour was getting late ho
would move that tho House ad-
Tho motion carrioil and nt 1:05
tho AHSoinbly robo.
A littlo boy of Mra. McDoimld'H,
living noar lioro, foil agaiiiHt a rod
hot stovo and was foartully biiruod.
Tho aiu was torriblo, and it. was
thought tho burn wasbosovoro as to
sear tho olulu lor lilo, i sold mo
lady a bottlo of Chumhorliiiu's Pain
lialin, which, aftor greasing tho soro.
sho applied. It soon romoved all
tho tiro and eased tho pain, and in
toif days tho boy was well, no trace
of tho scar remaining. J. D, Mo
Laien, Koysport, Clinton county, 111.
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" We nre six hi fam-
AFarmorat ily. We live in a
c Tv.r, place where we arc
Edom, Texas, ubject l0 violcnt
Says: Colds and Lung
Troubles. I have
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successfully for Sore Throat, Cough,
Cold, Hoarseness, Pains in the
Chest and Lungs, and spitting-up
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Try it. You will soon be con
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your German Syrup
is used we have no
trouble with the
Lungs at all. It is
the medicine foi this
G G. OUElXSule Man'fr.Wooduury.NJ.
That Tired Feeling
Was No Name For tho Way Mr.
f Whitman Tolt.
That Mr. Whitman, who imiUci tho
following Dtiituini'iit, 1m:i faithful, lvlia
hlo nmn, will he rcmlily hollcveil whin
wo stiite t'int lu I'"1 worU-il nt tool
making In tlu jcwelrj fnctorii'i in At
tloboro without losing u daj , sivo holi
days mid Sunilaj s, for " iir-:
"I mn truthfully tn"thnt Hooil'f.
Saiuuumma Is om of tha het im-ili-cincs
that 1 Know of, if mitt lie hust. A
vcarngo 1 found 1 was about ueil ui,
loll no ambition to do anj thing. Could
not ent with any relish. 'That tired
feeling' was no n.iine for tho way 1 felt.
I tooK a iimpld of bottles of "Hooii'k
Saksvpwum , whieh revived my llag
ging energies in gmid shape." This
spring I took two more bottles and
have bad no leturn of the fooling of a
Near ago. M wifo lias al-o taken
some of it with hem tit. Wo think it
eannot bo praised too highly."
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who sees. But a person may he mentally or physi
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and exceedingly delicate, so that they who see not are won
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may be determined by the tactile sense. The mentally
blind are those who are not true to their best interests, who
are led away by literary pyrotechnics, or who are so impli
citly truthful themselves that they never for a moment ques
tion the reliability of anyone's assertion. For the protec
tion of such as these, for our own protection as well, we ask
that you make a personal examination of anything advertised
as an " exceptional value" and see if the facts are as stated.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroot, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprcckola' Bank.
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Is such a popular preparation, that it needs no praise from
us to prove its merits. This is simply to inform you
that we are the Agents for Rubi ko am, and
can supply it in" any quantity.
PRICE 85 OBISTTS PER BOTTLE.
gj& LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TJiADE.
HOLLISTER & CO, DRUGGISTS,
109 Port Street, - - - PCorxol-olvi, EC. I.
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Is Now Opening
New Goods I
jg Cylinder & Barrel Churns.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
LATEST NOVELTIES !
AST" Just Received per
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
UY LAST BTKAMUU A YVUh LINT. OF
BLACK G-OODS I
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yard uml uiiuurd.
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lllui'k Butted) In l'lulii uml Figured,
lllui'k Culii'ii in l'lulii uml Figured,
B. F. EHLERS &
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WILL DISPUTE THE
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Ice Cream Freezers!
a Large Stock of
S, S. Australia." "Ya
lllui'k, Cotton, Bilk mid Kid Oloven In all
lllui'k BtoukliigD for Ijulles uml Children,
Idiiek Bilk Wurii llenrietto Clotlm,
Km., Km., Km., Km.
CO.'S, 99 Fort St,