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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FllOM AND AFTElt OOTOHEK 1, 1892.
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Leave l'earl Clty..0:55
Arrlvo Honolulu. 7:80
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
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TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 12, 1892.
Wmmr.siiAY, Oct. 12.
USS Alliance, Kich, 17 days from San
Stmr G It Hishnp from Hauiakua and La-
Stmr Junius Makeo from Kauai
Wuhnkshay, Oct. 12.
Houdlctte, for San Fran-
Stmr l'elo for Waimea and Makawoli
Stinr.Tas Makeo for Kapaa and Ilanalci
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr James Makee 30 bags rice and 10
Prom Kauai, per stmr James Makeo, Oct
12 M D Monsarrat, Tlios Cook and 4 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Oct 11
Hon 1' It Isonberg, Mrs Center, Mrs T It
Keyworth and daughter, Mr Dowar, 11
Lanagan, K Okotslc, J Oandall, Dr. Ander
son, J) Emerson, II Zerbe, C 15 Wells, 5
Chinese, and nbout 35 deck.
For Maui, per stmr Claudino, Oct 11 A
Barnes. Hon It 1) Walhridgo, Mrs S H
Dowsctt, W II Hailcy, K H Bailey, Mrs J O
White, W MoGowan, J H Campbell, Mrs
l'leinnier, Ah Leong, V G Brash, H Center,
Miss Machado, Mr Koye, W Berlowitz,
Fathers Lauter and Sylvester.
For San Francisco, ner S S Australia, Oct
12 Mrs 11 A Tomes, Hon C It Bishop. Mrs
Widdifield, Miss Widdilield, J T Water-
house, Henry Watorhouse, r Lewis, wife
and daughter. Master H O Carter, Mrs J O
Carter, Miss S Cartor, Frank Halstead, Mrs
T O Williams, Mrs J T Maltman, DrJS
Bishop, wifo and child, H F Wichinan, H
S Williams, Mrs 1 U Taylor, Miss May
Kluegel, Mrs A Dows, Mrs J G Launian,
Miss A Nott, W F Jtovnolds, II T Taylor,
Mrs F W Glade, A St"M Mackintosh, Mrs
E Hewett, Mrs E K Moore, Mrs AB Lyons,
C L Heartt, Mrs I W Lederer and 2 chil
dren, V A Johnston, J S Lowrey, L G
Vessels in Port.
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
Am bktnu S X Castlo, L II Hubhard, from
4-mnsted schr Kolit Lewors, Goodman, from
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Mis bkt Morning
Star, from Micronesia,
Haw bk Helen Brewer.
Am tchr Mary Dodge, from Euieka, Oct. 0.
Am soh Glendule, from Eureka, Oct. (I.
Br bk It P Jtithct, fiom Cardiff, Oct. 1.
Bk Greta, from Newcastle, N S W.
Ger bk II Huckfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
The schooner Robert Lowers has shipped
several Manilluinen among her crew.
The steamer Pole took to-day 200 tons of
coal for Makaweli, Kauai.
The S. S. Australia took the following
cargo to-dav: 1100 hags sugar, W. G. Ir
win & Co.; 390 bags rice, M.Phillips ,fe Co.;
2051 do., Blng Choni; ,t Co. ; 200 do., Pang
Lung Mow; 201 bdis green hides, 40 bdls
dry hides. 4 bdls sheepskins. 5 goatskins, 1
bag Kona colleo, M. W. MeOhesnoy it Son;
333 bdls green hidos, 2 bdls goatskins, 110
bags bones, F. b Porter; 60 bills sugar
cane, W. O. Bow; 2 pes Hawaiian furni
ture, Saunders. Domestic value, $32,430.
Besides 5002 bnehs bananas, Campbell,
Marshall & Co.
WATER RIGHTS AGAIN.
A Similar Trouble to tho Falolo and
A tolophono message was rocoived
at tho Police Station last night that
thoro was a sorious affray at Pauoa
botweon some Ohinamon. Captain
Makaila and Sergeant D. Kokona
wore despatched and after no littlo
trouble aided by othors arrested two
Chinamou on tho complaint of a
follow countryman, who showed a
battered faco corored with blood.
Scattorod oror the ground woro
picks, shovels, and a hat covered with
blood. Tho Chinamen woro brought
to tho Station. This morning two
othors woro arrested. Tho trouble
was about water rights. Tho mon
claim tho assaulted Chinaman had
boon diverting thoir wator into his
All boys and girls are invited to
tho Elite Ico Cream Parlors to havo
a look at that beautiful girl from
Now York and soo hor chow a uioco
of gum. All true! Houorbriglit!
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A nntiro namod Kinioho hns boon
arrostod for maiming, and will bo
J. B. Mnholm has boon appointed
Vico-Consul Qonoral of Hawaii for
tlio Pacific Coast.
Tho demand for tho foreign mail
noarly exhausted tho past week's
dates of tho Bulletin.
Goo Kim Pook has boon admitted
a partner in tho firin of Wo Ohong
Wai at Kahili, Kauai.
Diamond Hoad, 3 p. in. Stmr. C.
R. Bishop 15 milos west; weather
cloudy, wind light oast.
Tho Firo I'olieo hold thoir regular
mooting last ovoning. After roulino
business a social timo was had.
.Tas. ?. Morgan will soil mares and
colts, also other horses and a con
cord wagon, at J. I. Dowse! t'sst allies
Prof. Barnard of tho Lick Obser
vatory has added a fifth satollito to
tho four satellites of Jupiter discor
ded by Galileo in 1010.
At tho debate last night, in Queen
Emma hall on "annexation" it was
decided that it would bo detrimen
tal to tho intorosts of Hawaiians.
Tho Swedish national anthom was
played at tho doparturo of tho S. S.
Australia to-day, iu honor of L. G.
Young, Superintendent of tho
Messrs. Saunders and Campboll,
members of the Sons of St. Goorgo,
loft by tho Australia to-day intend
ing to finally locate in tho gold fields
of South Africa.
An elderly native woman, grand
mother of Harry Auld, who it will
bo remembered mot his death at
Oakland, Cal., died yestorday at a
ripo old ago. Tho fuuoral took place
lato in tho afternoon.
Mr. J. Grace, inanagor of tho Ho
nolulu Dairy, was a vorj- excited
man previous to tho doparturo of
the Australia to-day. Ho was look
ing for Arthur Waldron, ono of his
dnrors, who took French leave on
The doparturo of tho Australia at
noon to-uay was a lively event. Tho
wharf was crowded with friends of
tho outgoing passengers and curious
onlookers. Tho band uliryod on
the wharf. Tho Australia's dopar
turo was dolayed for half an hour
awaiting special mail.
A farewell dinnor was given last
evening at tho residonco of Cain D.
Wiliokai in honor of tho two Mor
mon ministers who wore passongors
by the Australia to-day for Utah. A
general good timo was had by tho
largo crowd present. At tho wharf
to-day thoro was a largo delegation
of Mormons to bid tho ministers
The water pressure mado by No. !
engine on tost was 170 rjounds in
stead of 70 as previously reported.
Messrs. Keith and Johnston, en
gineers, gave a certificate that tho
ongino avoraged 165 pounds pressure
with 100 pounds of steam for ono
hour. Mr. John Noill, Firo Marshal,
claims that tho ongino could have
given 200 pounds pressure of wator
with tho same amount of steam.
A BRUTAL ASSAULT.
A Portuguese Woman is Chokod In
to Insensibility by a Crazy Man.
At about 9:30 o'clock last evening
cries from a woman of "Papa, Papa,"
were hoard on King street at tho
junction of Alapai street. Some of
tho noighbors woro soon on tho spot
and saw a Portuguese man in tho
act of choking a woman. Ho had
hor on tho ground and was kicking
and assaulting hor brutally. Kind
friends separated them, but tho man
later clutchod hor around tho throat
and chokod her into insensibility.
A policeman was telephoned for
and arrived promptly and tho man
was given in charge Somo frionds
woro sent across tho road to Dr. G.
P. Andrews to como over and ex
amine tho woman, whow as lying un-
uuuai-iuus, unu uo jjruimseu 10 oo
thoro in live minutes. Tho doctor,
however, did not appear and Dr.
Peterson was tolophonod for. In
tho meantime tho woman rocororcd,
although at ono time she was
thought dead. Tho doctor examined
hor and stated she was not in dan
ger and gavo hor tho necessary res
toratives. Tho woman's neck was
badly scratched, tho marks of tho
man's fingers being plainly visible.
Tho man who committed tho as
sault was previously reported in tho
Bulletin as having mado an effort
to commit suicide on Punchbowl
and having been found later nearly
drowned in a swamp. It is believed
ho is not right in his head.
Tho failure of Dr. Andrews, who
was not over fifty yards from tho
scone, to come over and see tho poor
woman, was bitterly upbraided by
several indignant citizens who woro
Tho ojoctmont case of Talula L.
Haj'soldon vs. "Wahineaoa, begun
yestorday afternoon, was going to
tho jury this afternoon. Mr. Na
wahi began his address for the do
fondant at Is 15 and was still speak
ing at 2:30.
Changed His Hind.
Tho would-be Minibtor of Finance,
at present dispensing oats to assos,
was going to have a luau for legis
lative honorablos but changed Ids
mind. Tho next in order is to have
a hula in CABs. X.
Holon If papa
Goorgo why is ho so
Ho saT it's Biioh
a saviui' of tho
gas for him to visit
Minnie I simply couldn't havo
refused Jack after ho offered mo this
beautiful engagement ring, Clays
Yes, Jack has always placed groat
roliunco in that ring, Chicago A'eics.
Wednesday, Oct. 12, 1892.
Tho Assembly conronod at 10
o'clock. Praj'or by Chaplain and
reading of minutes of pronous moot
ing, by Clerk and Interpreter.
Minister Macfarlano prosontcd an
swers to questions of Hep. Kapahu
from tho Postmaster-General and
relating to the number, name, resi
dence and salaries of postmasters,
and to their being supplied with
Noblo Hopkins and Bop. Pna woro
appointed to sorro on the Finance
and Toinporanco Committees respec
tively. Bop. Robert V. Wilcox moved
that bills on second reading not yet
roforred bo read and referred. Car
ried. Bill 185, tho Lottery Bill, was tho
first on tho list.
Bop. White moved that tho bill
and all petitions thereon bo roforred
to a special committee.
Noblo Mnrsdon moved that tho
bill bo indefinitely postponed and
that tho ajx'S and nays bo taken on
Tho motion to indefinitely post
pone was lost, 22 to 18, as follows:
Ayes Nobles Cummins, Kauhano,
J. M. Homer, Hind, Marsden, W. Y.
Hornor, Anderson and Kanoa; Reps.
Wilder, Kauhi, Bush, Koahou, A.
Hornor, Edmonds, Kaluna, Iosopa,
Smith and Wilcox 18.
Noes Ministers Macfarlano and
Gulick; Nobles Borgor, Hopkins,
Pua, Peterson, Williains, Mailo, Iloa
pili, Comwoll and Droior; Bops. Bi
pikane, Aki, Pua, R. W. Wilcox, Kau
namauo, Waipuilani, Kapahu, Na
hinu, White, Kanealiiand Akina 22.
Absent Ministers Parker and
Neumann; Nobles Ena, Young, Bald
win, Walbridgo, Thurston and A. S.
Wilcox; Reps. Ashford, Nawahi and
During tho taking of tho abovo
voto Minister Macfarlano stated that
ho wished to oxplain his action and
that it mado no difference how ob
noxious a bill might bo tho intro
ducer was at least entitled to tho
courtesy of tho roforonco to a com
mittee. Ho did not propose to shirk
his duty in any way when tho bill
caino up for consideration from tho
committee. Ho would thon civo his
viows in an unmistakable manner
and would hope that members of tho
House would bo as opou in thoir ex
pressions of opinion as ho would bo.
Believing that tho introducer was
entitled to the courtesy statod ho
would voto against tho indefinite
Ron. Waipuilani also desired to
oxplain ins position: lie was not in
favor of the bill, would not help it
through, but believed that tho
courtosj' of reference to a committeo
siumm uo given.
After tho voto Noblo Marsdon
moved that tho Lottery Bill bo ro
forred to a special committee of nine
Second reading bill 183, to exempt
forest lands from taxation. Rofor
red to committee on Public Lands.
Bill 181, relating to tho public
health. To Sanitary committee.
Bill ISO, relating to tho ro-regis-tering
of brands. To Committeo on
Bill 183, relating to tho carrying
of mails. To Committee on Com
merce. Under the head of Unfinished Bu
siness consideration of bill 107, re
lating to pilotage, came up on third
Noblo Marsden considered that
the bill had had as much consider
ation as any which had boon presen
ted to the House. Ho moved that
tho bill pass. Action was delayed
g lor tho presentation of
a petition Dy Hop. White,
saw no petition appearing.
would again move tho bill pass.
Minister Macfarlano said that
thoro should lie no delay in passing
this bill. Tho surplus to bo return
ed to tho treasury would bo about
520,000 for the next period. If there
woro a fow more bills like this wo
would soon bo able to roach a solu
tion of our financial difficulties.
Thoro can bo no question of the
necessity of returning theso feos to
tho Government instead of giving
thoin to tho pilots. It has been of
fered iu objection that tho salaries
would not bo adequato to obtain
responsible men. He had investi
gated tho matter and was satisfied
that tho stringency of tho times re
gulated tho size of tho salary, but, if
at tho noxt period tho prospects
woro bettor, ho would favor increas
ing tho now proposed salaries. It is
very necessary to still furthor ro
duco salaries or else thoro will bo
only one way out of our troubles,
and that is, by increase of tho rate
Rop. Whit o desired that tho bill
bo still furthor deferred. Ho had
hunted diligently for tho man who
had had tho petition but he could
not find him in his oilice, might bo
in about noon. Hopod that tho bill
would bo deferred just once more,
it would pass anyhow, but ho only
wanicu just a utile more time.
Noblo Marsdon thought that if
tho mail that had tho petition did
not consider it of sullicient impor
tance to present it, especially when
tho bill was on the eve of passing,
thon the petition could bo of very
uuio account, no moved tho pre
vious question. Carried.
On motion tho bill passed third
Tho President announced tho fol
lowing as the composition of tho
committee on tho Lottery bill:
Roji. While, Noblo Comwoll, Rep.
Nawahi, Noblo Marsdon, Noblo
'Cummins, Rop. Bush, Rep. Wilder,
Noblo Peterson and Noblo Pua.
On motion the consideration of
tho proposed amendment to Article
55 of tho Constitution relating to
the compensation of Representa
tives was taken up for consideration.
Ponding action tho Assembly at
11:35 took recess until 1:30 p. m.
Buhaoh at Now Drug Store.
''Another reason " appears in this
Hoot Boor on draught at Benson
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy
has lots on Liliha
street lor sale.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is tho best.
Aflor sharing uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith S: Co.,
Beof Iron & Wino,Now Drugstore.
Ka Mailo has romored to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Tho remainder of tho furniture of
Waikiki Villa will bo sold at Mor
gan's salesroom on Friday.
Tho Hawaii Holoinua knows where
to advertise to got business patrons.
It is tho leading native paper.
Mechanics' Homo, 5!) and (il Hotel
stroot. Lodging by day, week or
month 25o. and 50c. a night; $1
and .51.25 a week.
Quina La Roche, New Drug Store.
For that full fooling after dinner
chow tho "Chuddy" gum. Tho best
gum outl For sale only at "Tho
Elite Ico Cream Parlors."
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will re
sume giving instruction in privato
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Residence, Alakea street,
noar tho Y. M. C. A.
Soaps at low prices
at Now Drug
Littlo Harry Morritt, tho cele
brated boot polisher, has arrived
from tho Coast and has resumed
business at the old Union stand.
Merchant street, and will bo glad
to see his old patrohs.
Fluid Beef at Now
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
kea street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, premises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Oilice hours, '.) to 12, 2 to i,
and evenings 0 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Bell tolophono 197 ; Mutual (582.
Persons troubled with chronic
diarrhoea should trv Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Re
medy. Many cases have been cured
by it after all else had failed and
skilled physicians woro powerless.
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith Si Co., Agents for tho Hawai
27if best thing to send to your friends
abroad is Kinj liros. "Illustrated Sou
venir 0 Hawaii," which is gotten up for
the purpose, and is not an advertisement.
THE HAWAII UULOiIA
DAILY, AND WEEKLY
AUE TIIK - -
Leading Journals In the Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has the Largest Circulation on the Islands
and is the Best Medium fur
Mil. Tlios. K. XtTiiAKiEi. will receive all
advertisements and transmit all business
&9 " Orni'K: "Brenig Block," corner
Js'uuanu and Queen street (upstairs).
ITMtOM THIS DATE 000 KIM KOOK.
. bus been admitted us a Partner iu the
linn of Wo Chonir Vn at Kahili, Kiiuui.
Kahili, Kauai, Sept. 3D, lh!) SKl-'-'t
rpim U.N'DKUSIGNKI) HAS THIS DAY
X bought out the Chun Nam llakerv at
No. 2 Kekiiulike
street, ami lierenv civi
notice that he will not be responsible for
any ilehts owing
by said Chun Nam.
Per lxo Chit Ham.
'.', 1811-'. aw-i!
-1MB UNDKKSiaSKI) UKltKltV
Hives notice that be has honuht tiie
restaurant formerly owned iiv Iam Kim
and known as tho "Hay View Iteort,"and
he hereby given notice that ho will not be
roMjmiinlblu for any of the debts of said
Lam Kan. I-nm Kan will sign the bill of
mile on October 10, 18!).'.
Honolulu, Oct. 3, 18!).'. g:is-1w
VJOTI0B IB 1I12KKHY OIVKN THAT
JLS Macfarlano it Co., (L'd), a Corpora
tion of limited liability, vu organized un
der the Laws of this Kingdom on October
4. lb!)-. The following Oilicers were
II. It. Macfarlano . , I'reuldent,
11. U. Mucfarlanu Vice-President,
V. M. White Secretary it Treasurer,
F. Wundonberg .... Auditor.
Said Corporation has acquired the wine
and xpirit ImMint'BH heretofore carried on
by Maofarlauo it Co. at No. 'i Kaahuiiianu
street, in Honolulu, and will continue the
name at thu name place. The asbcts and
liabilities of Maofarlauo it Co. have been
taken over anil ussumed by raid Corpora
tion. C. M. WHITK,
Honolulu, Oct. II, lhUi. fl5-lw
rpHU ANNUAL MKKTINO OF Till:
J. Stockholders of the Kohala Sugar Co.
will he held at the olllco of Castle it
Cooke, 011 TIIUHSDAV, Oct. LM, lb'JJ, at
10 o'clock a. M.
J. (. ATHKRTON,
LADIES GOLD WATCH AND
Chain, Suitable reward will be paid
to Under. H, UENJKS.
WHY YOV SHOri.l) taki:
Coveredwithn Taileleil anil Solublo Coaling. ! '
aro a mmAlloai
Antldoto lor WvnU
tt mi. Con
etl 1,1 vor,
.. V m . 1 fnt.ml
lsotob cipeclillr effloclom anil rtiuidml
; ; 17 fcmai.e nuffeuurs.
' Ot all druggists. Prlco 23 conn n box.
! New York Dnnot,.1M Canal St.
; rr mi
Hobron, Newman & Co.'
COllNnil KOHT AND KINO BTUKUTS.
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
- I-'ULL LINK OK-
pi ices which we i'ttul)lilied
commencing CASH ltuxim--.
Turkish Bath Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Farina Bouquet, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Oatmeal Soap, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
Curly I.laplo, 4 Cakes 25 cts.
And Other Soaps at 3 for 25 Gents.
JUf Sco our Fine Line of
Blank Rnnks nf all T)p.Rr,riritinns.
Base Balls, Tennis Balls, Tennis Rackets.
4HP"- Call and see our floods befoie buy
ing clseulicic. Last lint not least
A I.MtOK v.Mtiirrv of
Novels & Popular Bound Books.
IJkm. 111. TKLKl'IIONKS Murru. 111.
$ 0.75 I'er Cord
:fU.r0 l'er Cord.
tl 1.00 I'ur Cord .
I Foot Lengths
Sawed and Split
$13.00 IVr Cord I Foot Lengths
$lB.r0 l'er Cord Sawed
$17.00 l'er Cord Sawed and Split
19 Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTACE & CO.
N. II, We guarantee our Wood In bo
sound and free fiom worms, MS-tf
NOTICK IS IIIIKKIIY
given that the follow
sng de-crlbed Animals will
bo (.old at I'ublie Auction,
on SATUItDAY, Oct.
l!)j, at ll! o'ciock noon, at tlio (tovcrniimnt
Found at Maklki:
1 Gray Muru, 110 brand.
1 Dark Stallion, branded "IC" on leftside
1 lllack Horse, 3 legs white, branded
"KlC'on right hind leg.
1 Hay Mare, both bind legs white, biand
ed "OUxOri" on right hind leg.
gr- Owners of the above Animals must
Mind iu their claims within 13 days, other
wise they will be sold on the date above
named. I). KAOAO,
Honolulu, Oct. 12, IttU. nifl-'.'t
Has removed to Dr. 1'oole's pronilhcs and
olllco, curlier of I'linchbowiand Hiiro-
tania streets, during his absence.
1 From II to 11:30 . t.;
i to fi and 7 to 8 r. m.
0. B. HIPLEY,
Complete plans and Hpccllicatlous
every description of
111 if 1 mi'.
drawn and careful Mipcrintcudcucc of con
buildings. Oilice, II00111 , Sprcckcls' Hlock.
Mutual 'loi. '.'us,
W. A. WALL,
BuiivuvoH (Ltri: with tiu: Govi iinmii.ni
I. 0. llox 10,'J. Mutual Tele. 110,
Picture lfyames made to order from
Jjatest Styles of Mouldings. Uenova
Hon of Old Pictures a specialty at King
Bros., Hotel street,
Paper Patterns !
RBH W HHH IBHB RBBOI BBBHH ENHHBm
ROHAULY TZO ONJ3 WILL DISPUTE THE
fact that, a blind man cannot mirelinsu as well as ha
who sues. But a nurson may be mentally or pbysi
cally blind, and in neither instance is the judgment reliable.
Blindness prevents personal examination. True, the sense
of touch of those deprived of sight is greatly exaggerated
and exceedingly delicate, so that they who see not are won
derfully acute in busing conclusions upon everything that
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 Strcot, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
va'.t. KlM -v
ill- WSSJSS&k "--utfl
IGU. vi(U.WC1S3Wk li-.UA.
y- . r ' -'TAJ-iV rMAWV HC i
such a popular preparation,
us to prove its merits. This is simply to inform you
that we are the Agents for Rum foam, and
can supply it in any quantity.
PRICE a5 OEISTTS PER BOTTLE.
IMS- LIllRWAT, "DISCOliXT TO TJ1IL, TKADI5.
HOLLISTER & CO., DRU&GISTS,
109 Port Street, - - - Konolvilxa, H. I.
Q -S ICES
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort St., Honolulu. .
Is Now Opening
New Goods !
ft-?1 Just Received per
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
1IY LAST STKAMLIt A FFLL LINK OF
A.S FOLiLOWS !
Hluck Ciisluncie I'.'-lnch wltlu, M cents per
yard anil upwards,
lllack India Lawn, Hlack French I .awn.
Hlack Satteeu In l'laiu and Figured.
Hlack Calico In I'luin and Figured,
B. . F, EHLERS &
HH mm BBIM mH
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