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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FEIDAY, NOV. 25, 1892.
FniniY, Nov. 25.
Stmr W G Hull from Maul and Hawaii
tfitniAY, Nov. 25.
Am schr Gov Ames, D.ivis, for l'ort
ills yacht Hiram Bingham, Walknp, for
the South Sens
Stmr Iwalani for Makawcli at 4 p in
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
DS8 Alliance, Hich, for Samoa '
The steamer W. G. Hall arrived from
windward ports this afternoon.
The steamor Iwalunl loft at 4 o'clock this
afternoon for ports on Kauai with lumber,
The departure of tho 5-masted schooner
Gov. Ames will probably be postponed
again on account ol tho prevailing south
The Missionary j acht Hiram Bingham
sailed this afternoon for tho South Seas.
Her cabin was stored with provisions and
Missionary literature. '
The steamer James Mukee will arrive
to-morrow morning fioni tho other side of
the island, tho steamers Waimanalo and
Mokolii from Maul and Mololuu.
Mr. Geo. E. Smithies of the Interior
Tho office of Regibtrar of Public
Accounts, resigned by Mr. F. S.
Pratt to take tho post of Hawaiian
Consul-Genoral at San Francisco,
has boon given by tho Minister of
Finance to Mr. Geo. E. Smithies.
It only remains to have tho prelimi
naries executed, when the appoint
ment will be gazetted.
Mr. Smithies has boon a clerk iu
the Interior Department for tho past
nine years, whore ho has risen noarly
to tho top of tho staff. Ho has
given thorough satisfaction to suc
cessive administrations, as well as to
tho chief of staff, Mr. J. A. Hassin
gor, while in his intercourse with tho
public ho has gained a favorablo repu
tation for courtesy, promptness and
efficiency. Mr. Smithies bears a char
acter in society above reproach, and
his promotion in public sorvico fol
lows with agreeable aptnofshis recent
marriage. Boing a young Hawaiian
his appointment is a commendablo
instance of just policy ou the part
of the Minister of Finance.
Tho position is a highly responsi
. ble one. Filled for many years by
Mr. Pratt with marked ability, its
duties can hardly bo expected to bo
mastered in a day 13' a now man.
Yet Mr. Smithies has had good
training for tho. place in the office
ho is quitting, and ho will probably
not take long to acquire a thorough
kuowlodgo of tho intricnoios of tho
treasury accounts. As for devotion
to duty and fidelity to tho Govern
ment, those are qualities of which
ho has already amply proved hini-
bou to oo tno possessor.
Spring, Gentlo Spring.
The season still in backward,
And yet with pain wu note
The advent of the Imbecile
Who yearns to rock the bout.
Though spring-time poets rave und king,
This has escaped them all:
In the spring tho blossoms spring
And in the fall they fall.
it. Paul l'lonerr J'reu.
What does little birdie sing
On tho cherry bough in spring?
Listen to his merry note
As it gurgles In his throat;
Little birdie wants a wnni 1"
Are your children subject to croup?
If so, 3'ou should never be without
a bottle of Ohamborlain's Cough
Roinedy. It is a certain euro for
croup, and has nover boon known to
fail. If given fiooly as soon as tho
croupy cough appears it will pre
vent the attack. It is tho sole reli
ance with thousands of mothers who
have croupy children, and never dis
appoints thoiu. There is no danger
in giving this Remedy in largo and
frequent doses, as it contains nothing
injurious, ou coat uoities ior saio
all dealers, lieuson, binitn &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
MOM AND AFTKIt OCTOUHU 1. 1802
LOOAIi AND OENERAIi NEWS.
Fort street prosonts a holiday ap
pearances. Hawaiian Council, A L. of II.,
will moot this evening.
Ka Mailo decorative art rooms
will bo opened noxt Tuesday.
Tlioro was heavy rain' at Waikiki
last night, while thoro was none in
Capt. Cook Lodge, Sons of St.
George, will olect ollicors noxt Mon
To-morrow afternoon's band con
cert will bo at Thomas instead of
Emma Square '
Repairs aro boing mado to the
sluico from tho ltapiolani Park
ponds to tho soa.
Tho huntor's gun is again heard
in tho swamps at Koalia, whero tho3
say gamo is plontlful.
Diamond Hoad, 8 p.m. Weather
clear, wind light north; steamer W.
G. Hall oft" Diamond Hoad.
Tho Thanksgiving concert at tho
Hawaiian Hotel last moiling was
onjoyod by a largo number of peo
Tho U. S. corvotto Allianco will
weigh anchor botwoen 9 and 10
o'clock to-morrow morning for Sa
moa. Jas. F. Morgan will soil household
furniture at 10 to-morrow, at tho
rosidonco of Mrs. A. Harris, Fort
N. F. Burgess offers his mechaui
cal attentions to lawn mowers,
hose, or anything of tho kind need
If you desire livo stock attond tho
salo by J. F. Morgau in tho roar of J.
I. Dowsott's office, Queen street,, at
The How DoTmiTiko It will
play tho Kamohamoha baseball
toam on Monday at 3 o'clock. Ad
mission 25c. and 10c.
Tho Palaco Ico Cream Parlor and
Candy Store will opon to-morrow.
Fresh candies of all description at
tho Palaco to-morrow.
Tho recent heavy tidos have taken
land from owners on this side of tho
Waikiki bridgo, and added to tho
territory of owners on tho other
A letter has been received from
Mr. Crowloy which, as it is a roply to
something in tho Advertiser on a
personal matter, should have gone to
Tho women members of D. M.
Crowley's lato dramatic company
nave instituted proceedings against
him for $150. Tho case will come
Tho Household Guards mado a
protty display of military evolutions
on King street this morning, form
ing squares while marching and per
forming other difficult tactics.
L. J. Lovoy will hold 'an auction
sale of a horso, brake, carriago and
harness iu front of his salesroom at
noon to-moirow. The salo is on
account of tho owner's doparture.
A party of sailors from tho U. S.
S. Allianco in a wagonette made
Rome howl on King street j'ostorday
afternoon. They had a keg of beor
on board, which they tappod over
Those intending to bo present at
tho organ concert at Kaumakapili
Church Monday evening should bo
in their seats at 7:45 o'clock, as at
that hour Her Majesty tho Queen
will turn 5h tho electric light cur
rent. Tickets aro now on salo at T.
G. Thrum's bookstore
No arrests were mado yofctorda3'
and. thoro woro no remanded cases
on the docket, consequently thoro
was no session of tho Police Court
this morning. Judge Foster did not
rocoivo the customary present of a
pair of white gloves, owing to tho
Appropriation Bill's hanging fire
and no "incidentals" boing iu slight.
The Hui Kalaiaina hold a moot
ing this afternoon in tho Quoon
street Armory to consider a fitting
celebration of Hawaiian Indepen
dence Day, J. W. Alapai in tho chair.
J. Kauui, delegate to tho Legisla
ture, stated that ho had consulted
tho members, but nono had con
sented to speak except Hon. C. W.
The Banco Session.
Tho following hearings took place
before tho Supremo Court in banco
Tho Queen vs. Alani. Lottery
conviction. Appeal from Ewa Polico
Court. C. Brown, Attornoy-Gonoral,
for tho Crown; W. It. Castlo for do
fondant. Argued and submitted.
Kaahanui Lopez vs. Margaret Soy
Young. Bill for specific perform
ance. Motion for ro-arguinont. AV.
R. Castlo for plaiutifr-appollant; Ma
goon for defendant. Argued and
Tiib Best Plaster. Dampen a
pioco of ilannol with Chamberlain's
Pain Balm and bind it on over tho
seat of pain. It is bettor than any
plastor. When tho lungs aro sore
such an application 011 tho chest
and another on tho back, between
tho shoulder blado3, will often pro
vent pnounionia. Thoro is nothing
so good for a lamo back or a pain in
tho side. A sore throat can nearly
always bo cured in one night by ap
plying a flannel bandage dampened
with Pain Balm. 50 cent bottlo3 for
salo by all doalors. Bouson, Smith
& Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian
Gonoral Nowsonco "You haven't
tried that cigar I gave you tho other
da3', old man, havo 3,ou1" Colonol
Madura "No; I haven't mot tuiy one
that 1 wanted to try it on." 1'uck.
"A contented ass, as the Portu
guese say, enjoys a long life," said
Hicks. "WI13 don't you mako uso of
tho fact to got a low premium ou
your iusurunco policy!" asked Cyui
Friday, Nov. 25, 1892.
Tho Assembly convened at 9 a. in.
sharp, the following mombors an
swering roll call: Nobles Walkor,
Hopkins, Cummins, Williams, Mailo,
Kauhane, J. M. Horner, Hind, Hoa
pili. Young, Baldwin, W. Y. Horner,
Walbridgo, Anderson and Droior;
Hops. Wilder, Bipikano,' Aid, Pua,
Kauhi, A. Homer, Kamauohn, Wai
puilaui, White, Kaucnlii, Edmonds,
Ivaluun, Iosopa, Akina and Smith.
Prayer by Chaplain Waianiau,
after which tho minutes of tho pre
vious mooting woro read and ap
proved. Rep. Wildor, from tho Committee
on Commerce, reported favorably on
tho potition prosontod and praying
for franking of niattor forwarded
through the mails by tho Bureau of
Information. Tho committee pre
sented a bill to cover the request.
Bill road and placed in brdor.
Rep. Smith, from tho Planters'
Labor & Supply Co., prosontod a
momorial on tho subject of labor.
On motion of Rep. Kamauoha,
soconded by Noblo Williams, tho
document wus ordered printed.
Tho Minister of Interior reported
that it had pleased hor Majesty to
sign those bills: 1, Relating to prac
tice of trial by juries; 2, To re-organ-izo
tho Judiciary Department. (Ap
plause) Rep. Kamauoha prosontod a reso
lution rolativo to a pioco of laild
situatod at North Kohala, Hawaii,
on which is located an old building
used as a courthouse, praying that
tho old building bo loft thoro for
church purposes. Referred to tho
Minister of Interior.
Rop. R. W. Wilcox presented a
resolution that $1000 bo appropri
ated for tho purposo of building
schoolhousos in tho district of Koo
lauloa. Referred to tho Committeo
Her Majesty's Chamberlain, .?5500.
The Minister of Finance proposed
to havo tho item passed in two parts,
viz.: From March 80th to Nov. 30th,
S2000; from Nov. 30th to March Slst,
1891, $3(507, a total of $5007. Passod.
Hor Majesty's Household JUx
ponsos, $10,000. Passod.
Ron. Iosopa moved tho insertion
of a now Horn, "Traveling expenses
of tho Heir Presumptive, $G000."
Rop. Smith moved that the item
read ;1000. Ho favored tho idea of
an appropriation for the purposo in
dicated, as in hor travels it was most
desirablo that sho should havo a
kuowlodgo of tho United States.
Noblo Baldwin favored tho amend
ment of Rop. Smith. If tho coun
try could afford it ho would believe
in $(3000. Eon as it was salaries
would havo to bo scaled down and
boino omployeos discharged, to obtain
Noblo Williams considered that it
was most desirablo that tho sum of
$0000 should bo appropriated. Ho
did not considor that tho country
could afford to bo stingy in this
Rop. Bush considered that tho
young lad3' for whom the appropria
tion was intended should uso a por
tion of tho 11101103' which is, or would
bo, used in tho election of an elegant
building, now in course of construc
tion for a residence for hor, and np
pby it to her expenses abroad. Ho
had beon opposed to tho item boforo
and he opposed it now.
Rop. Robert Wilcox considered
that the hotter w 113" to do would bo
to split the difference und make tho
amount $5000 and havo a unanimous
vote iu favor.
Noblo Thurston and Minister of
Finance- would favor tho amount
provided tho country could afford
it. TI103' were both opposed to tho
item, as was also Noblo J. M. Hor-
Rop. Waipuilani considered that
tho .statement made by the Minister
of Finance that thoro was no 11101103',
was peculiar, especially as ho (tho
Ministor) had aided in adding to tho
first items prosontod. Ho favored
tho item passing at $3000.
On motion of Noblo Thurston tho
a3'es and nays woro taken on tho
amount at $1000. Confusion existed
on account of putting tho item of
$1000 boforo the larger 0110 of $(5000,
so two votes had to bo taken, the
final rosult showing tho item passod
at $1000, as follows:
Ayos Ministers G. N. Wilcox, M.
P. Jtohinion; Nobles Borgor, Ena,
Hopkins, Pua, Cummins, Williams,
Mailo, Kauhane, Hoapili, Baldwin,
Walbridgo; Reps. Wildor, Bipikano,
Aki, R. W. Wilcox, Knunainano, Ka
mauohn, Waipuilani, Naliinu, Kano
alii, Kaluna, Iosopa, Akina, Smith
Noes Ministor Jones; Nobles J.
M. Homer, Hind, Mnrsdon, Young,
W. Y. Ilomor, Anderson, Thurston.
Kanoa, Droier; Reps. Ashford, Ka
uhi, Bush, A. Ilomor, Edmonds 1(5.
Absent Minister Brown; Noblo
Peterson; Heps. Pun, Koahou, Ka
Hor Majesty Quoon Dowager Ka
A motion was mado to strike this
item out and tho oj'os and nays woro
called thereon, resulting iu the mo
tion passing, as follows:
Ayes Ministers Wilcox, Robinson,
Jones, Nobles Borgor, Kauhane,
J. M, Horner, Hind, Mnrsdon, Bald
win. Young, W. Y. Horner, Wal
bridgo, Thurston, Droior, Hops.
Wildor, Ashford, Kauhi, t. Horner,
Nahinu, Kauealii, Smith 21.
Noes Nobles Ena, Hopkins, D.
W, Pua, Cummins, Mailo, Hoapili,
Anderson, Kanoa, Reps. Binikauo,
Aki, Jt, W, Wilcox, Bush, Kauun
lntmo, Kmnauolut, Waipuilani, Ed
monds, Kaluna, Iosopa, Akina 19.
Absent Ministor Brown, Nobles
PotorMin, Williams, Reps. S. K, Pua,
Koahou, Kapahu, White.
Mrs, Emma Barnard, $000. Passed.
Mrs. Kamakiua Simoona, $100.
Mrs. Kaulua, $100. Passod,
LEGISLATURE AND TRIW COt'NTlL.
Expenses Legislature, $35,000.
Secretary of Privy Council, $20
Incidentals Priv3 Council, $250.
Salary of Chief Justice, $12,000.
Salar3f First Associate Justice,
Salary Second Associate Justice,
Tho items relative lo Salaries Cloth
Supremo Court and Deputy Clerk
Supreme Court, wore, on motion, re
ferred to the Judicial Committee,
Tho following items woro then
Salary Shorthand Hoportor, 1800.
Passod at $2000 to Nov. 30th, 1892,
and $3200 to March 31, 189J.
Intorprotor Suproino and Circuit
Courts, $1800. Passod at $2100 to
Nov. 30, and $1000 to March 31.
Circuit Judge, Maui, April 1, 1892,
to Jan. 1, 1893. $15(K).
Circuit Judge, Hilo mid Kau,
Circuit Judge, Kohala and Konn,
Circuit Judge, Kauai, $1500.
All of tho above lo Januan 1,
First Judgo First Circuit, Oahu,
January, 1893 to March 31, 1891,
Second Judgo, First Circuit, Oahu,
January, 1893, to Miroh 31, 1891,
Judges Third and Fourth Circuit,
Judgo Fifth Circuit, $3750.
Polico Justice, Honolulu, to Nov.
30th, $2000, to March, 31, 1891, $3333.
Polico Justico, Hilo, $3000.
Polico Justico, Lahaiua, $800 and
Polico Justico, Wailuku, $1000 and
Polico Justico, N. Kohala, $800
Salary of District Judgo, South
Kohala, $100 and $600.66.
Salary of District Judgo, Honua
Salar3' of District Judgo, Hana,
$600 and $1000.
Salar3' of District Judgo, Kipa
Salary of District Judge, Lanai,
Salary of District Judgo, Molokai,
Salar3 of District Judgo, Waianao,
Salar3' of District Judgo, Waialua,
Salar3' of District Judgo, Koolau
Salary of District Judgo, Koolau
Salary of District Judgo, Hanaloi ,
Salary of District Judgo, Kawai-
Salary of District Judgo. Koloa,
$100 and $6G6.
Salary of District Judgo, Waimea,
Salar3' of Clerk 2d Judicial Cir
cuit, who shall keep an office in Wai
luku, $(500. Roforred to Judicial
Salar3 of Clerk 3d Judicial Cir
cuit, $1000. Referred to Judiciffry
Snlar3 of Cleik llh Judicial Cir
cuit, $(500. Referred to Judiciary
Tho items, Expenses Suproino
Court and Expenses Circuit Court,
woro rofoirod to tho Judiciary Coiu
mittoo. Items, Exponsos Witnesses iu
Criminal Cases, $5000, and Pay of
Intorprotor-, of all Courts not especi
ally provided for, $2000, were joined
together and passed at .7000.
Purchase of law books for Circuit
Courts, 51000. Passed.
Rop. Ashford arose and said that
a statement made by him at tho pre
vious session in reply to cries of
"rot" to a legal proposition had
boon printed iu tho Bulletin, and
some people had taken it asa reflec
tion upon them. Ho had no inten
tion in anjTwa' impugning tho abil
ity of tho mombors of the Suproino
Court for whom ho has always en
tertained tho highest raspect. Ho
hoped the representative of the
Bulletin in tho Assembly would
mako note of his amende honorable.
At 12 tho Assoinbl3- took recess
until 1:30 p. m.
Mr. Mooro, tho postmaster at
Bradshaw, Va., after reading an ad
vertisement of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrluva Romed3', con
cluded to try a small bottle of it.
Ho sa3's: "I used it in two cases for
colic and throe for diarrhoea with
perfect satisfaction. I havo handled
and used a great deal of patent
medicine, but never tried any that
gavo as good results as this. For
salo by all dualors. Bonsou, Smith &
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. MEETING NOTICE.
TTAWAIIAN COUN'Ol , .NO. (W0, AM KK-
XJL H 111
an Luclon of Honor, meets T111B
(I'liduy) KVENIXU at 1:W o'clock, at
armony Hall, King strei't.
JOH. ,M. OAT,
Captain Cook Lodge, No. 3S3, Soiib
rpiIK KI.KCTION Ol" OKIMOKItS FOIl
JL tho ensuing term will take jdato 'JSth
November current. All members are rn
uuestcd to attend.
i:i)VAltI) irr. V. WAK1),
084-Ht W. Beeretary
T AWN MOWKUS TO LKT HY Till:
X-d iluy, weoV or month; Repairing,
Cleaning and Sharpening done; Dujiliuite
l'lecoaiuruiiihedM hen required. Macliluc-t
called for mid returned. ANn, Kepulrlng
Harden Hose in fact, eau do iin thing
neie.iHiiry around the house or stable.
King up Mutual Telephone 152.
fiSl-tf N. V. llUUOKKH.
BY VIUTUB Ol" A WHIT OF KXHCU
tion Issued out of tliu rollce Court, on
tho 2d day of November, A. I). ls'U, agulnut
Leu Ykk, defendant, In favor of Kwoug
Leo Yuen A Co., plnlntllls, for tho mini of
$47.40. I huvo levied upon uud hIihII expose
for Halo at the 1'ollto btatlou iu the District
of Honolulu, Inland of Ouhu, at l' o'vloek
of BATUKIUY, the 3rd duy of Deeember,
A. 1). lbDJ, to the highext bidder, nil the
right, title uud interest of tho said Lee
Yiek, defendant, in and to the following
property, union huIiI judgment, Intercut,
eoKtHUlid my expeiibOH be previniiHly paid.
List of property for nulo:
'-' Tublea, 2 1'leturen, 2 Olinirn, 1 Btund
and 1 Lantern, 1 Hllvur Watch uud Ohulu.
01IAH. 11. WILSON,
Honolulu, Nov, 7, 1802, 67-lt
B.F. ALLEN &C0j
t-i D l,
"3 3R5fc3R7rAJAI ST
,1 WWWUtWU, WI.......W.,
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COUN'Elt FOltT AM) KINU STIUJl'.TS.
Monday, Nov. 21st
M. S. LEVY'S
Dry & Fancy Goods
Camariiios' Kalihi Ranch
Turkeys, Geese, Heavy Roosters
Now being FKOJCHX will bo re idy for
delivery before ur on the morning
of Thanksgiving 1) i.v.
Dressed All Ready for the Oven!
V KIM CIV I. MM. Ol
Smyrna Figs, Raisins, Dates,
Nuts of all kinds, Etc., Etc.,
For the Holiday and Festive Season,
l'rues to suit tho times.
Mutual Tel. H78.
Big Cornfed, Farmraised Turkeys
For Christmas !
wo-von sam: at tiii:
KZalUai Poi Factory,
W. 1. WILCOX.
W. H. STONE,
I'. O. ltox 17
trally l(Kated. Iniiulre at
IlUM.KTlN Olllce. :i.VMf
DUVAL I'HUMIBL'S, 31
lleretuula Htrcot, op
posite Fort street church.
Apply to It. I. LILL1K. &
3-vMf At Then, II. liuv
en it va.
Nnwiioufli: of fivi:
roouiH, ou Magazine
Htrtet, with llatlirooin, pat
ent v. 0.. etc. CoiiimiindH
one of the Uncut view niii Honolulu. Apply
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k i-. ... ...... i .ij.
OH A FKW MONTHS
a Larire Unfurnished
Koom or Detaelicil Uut
hiiildiug. Hiiitablo for a
painting loom. Addrcxx
S77-1W r. O. ilox 4 VI.
NK'i; COTTAdi: ON
Ileretania street, mar
l'likoi street, t'outainlni!
I'arlor. 2 ItedroouiH. llatli
rooin, Diulngroom, I'antry and Kitchen,
hervnnrv room, carriage j iouo, niaiue, i to.
Tiameais pais every 20 ininiito-. Applj at
ollU.u of this paper. IM-tf
FOR SALE or LEASE
X l'lemli-cs liittlj occu
pied by Mr. C. hulir, will
bo for s.ile or lease at rta-
souable print or rental, '1 ho Orouiids von-
tain a sarltty of Fruit and Oruaiucutal
Trees. The CoiumoiliouH Dwelling lu well
furnished with modern iuipioeinents and
conveniences. Hoomy Ham and a 2-Hooiu
Cottage foi servunts. For further particu
lars, apply to JOHN UNA,
Olllce liiter-Iuluud Bteum Nuvigation
4 V "n
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
roit Tin: i'Asr mx months in
Elegant, Oonciitioii Tor tlie TsLble !
We do not oiler Skeleton llinl-t for -ile ut $l.."iU n iilece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed axici Iced If 3Desireci
and i)i:i.ivi:uui) tiii: moiinivo of day roit van
l-Live Weight of lllrds viirxing from V to 'M ll. -WL
Prices to SiJirt Eeryloocly !
TOR SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
ii illni Hfaiiii fiini-nimiinii u - !-
HOLLISTER & CO.,
lO Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
104 Fort Strast, Honolulu,
I Utile you wh tin- New Itaman
Hair you ich the Nnfhl Uainix
7d t you xren the
iV'ii' Art tiilk't
Have you teen the Jlomqurtuirc
fair at Sarhi' Slurrt
Have you xet u the
Sarhi' Store t
1 I hi you know that thfhitexl Novrltien ami .1oa Stylixh (loodti ran
nix he found at Such' Storet
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
11Y LAST bTKAMBH A FULL LINT. OF
blace: goods i
.S FOLLOWS :
lllaek Cashmere 12-ineh wide, SO ccnti per
yard and uiiwurd".
lllaek India Lawn, lllaek French Lawn,
lllaek bnttccn in I'laln and Figured,
lllaek Calico iu I'laln and Figured.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 Fort St.
g.W DressinakliiK inidur tliu niannoiticut of fihh k. (MiAltK. X
llhii. Ill-TIJLLI'HONH.S Miitum. Ill
f !). 7ft Her Cord ., ., , I Foot LuigtliH
f 13.(0 I'er Cord 1 Foot Umgt)ii
$10.(XllcrCord . I Foot Lengths.
Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTAGE & CO.
WO- Hlng up No, 111
NHW FlHbT-CLAhS FAMI LY 1IAT1I-
lugHcsoit liiirt been uneucdat Wai
kiki under tint uho? name by Mm. II. O.
Hiiwk, for tliu comfort and couvcnicuio of
those wishing lo enjoy a sea bath, It la
situated a little bejoud the Villa. Tram- l
cars pass the gate, '
N. It, -Sieulal arr.ingenieuts have lueii i
inane ior cuuiiiy iicuus nun J. Mining
llathing l'arties. Sttf-tf
Subscribe for the Daily llulUtii,5Q
cgntt per month.
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and Xmas I
Siinln'n at A'. .S'. Saclm' Starr f
that are xrllnu) for $1.00 at
jot Drape ami Fancy Work at.
Unilttiwt Kid Uloiex far fl.oi) i
Striped ami 1'oll.a Dot Vhaillei at
lllaek, Cotton, bilk and Kid (llovcs in nil
lilac k ritockiugs for Ladies and Children,
lllaek Hilk Wnri. Henrktte Cloths,
i:tc, i:to., i:tc, i:te.
' flrj By I
The Nippon Yuseu Kaiaha's Steamship
" Yamashiro Maru "
Will leave this port' for Yokohama direct
on or about
WO For particulars regarding Freight
ami I'awige, apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co., Id.,
HUSTACE & CO.,
iWOOD and COAL.
1 White and Black Sand
Which we will sell ut the Very lowest
1 Market Hates.
, Bell 414 - - TELEPHONE
MHS. l'lHHHi: JONK8. Iftl NUUANU
Aemie, would be glad of a limited
number of orders for Fainting jln Oil or
Wuter-colors; on HUk, Butiu. Canvus; etc.
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