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'THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, DEC. 2, 1892.
Friday, Dec. '-'.
St nir Kiniiu for Maui mid Hawaii nt 2 p in
VqbsoIb Leaving To-morrow.
Btnir Polo for Makawcli
For Maui and Hawaii nor stinr Kiuiui,
Deo 2 For Volcano: 1. Shims, Jr, It Neu
mann, Wav ports: M itrasli, W (i Walker,
W Marshall, S T Alexander, A I) Loebon
stein. 0 MoWilliam, Mrs K P. Hind, Jlcv K
P Daker, Mrs 15 K Carey and 2 children, J
Kenton, Mrs C L Wight and cliildrcn, V. J
Folk and 50 dock.
The steamer Kinau left this afternoon
for Maui and Hawaii.
The German bark J. O. Glade is now
docked at the new Fort street wharf.
The steamer Pole will leave again for
Makawcli to-morrow with coal andluinber.
The schooner jvulamanu has received a
general overhauling on the Marine Kail
way. The steamers Wailuanalo and Mokolii
will be due to-morrow morning from Maui,
Molokai and T.ailai.
AASS In Draliimen, Norway, October 7,
O. P. Aass, aged 7tS years, the beloved
father of Mr. Otto Aass of Honolulu,
Mrs. Laura Myhre, Waimea, Kauai,
Klvine Jakobsen and Thora llraun,
O. J. McCarthy lias loin on Lililia
street for salo.
Hoot Beer on
Smith & Co.'s.
draught at Benson,
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "The
Elite I co Cream Parlors."
Mince Pies can bo had
Palace Ice Cream Parlors. .
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. I'onson, Smit h As Co.,
A notice to owners of brands ap
pears in this issue from the Minister
of the Interior.
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugieal
cases. Mutual Telephone 682.
'""" Mechanics' Homo, fit) and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and fiHo. a night.; $1
" and $1.25 a week.
Wintor & Winter, Dentists. Oflico,
83 Berotauia street.
Gold fillings $3.00
Silver fillings 1.00
Teeth ext ractod 50
Eastern Prices. Mutual Tele
ANNEXING CANADA 1'IEOr.MKAL.
At a meeting of the Young Men's
Liberal Conservative- Association at
Toronto Mr. Armstrong, the presi
dent, said: "Wo should try to solve
tho problem as to the United States.
Thero is no concealing tho fact that
wo are being annexed in job lots
every week and thoro is not a voice
raised against it. There is a hue and
cry against annexing our mud, but
not ono word raised to tho United
States nnnoxiiig tho brains and inus
olo of this country."
SIIC JULIAN COMINO BACK.
Sir Julian Pauncofoto, tho British
Minister to Washington who has
boon sojourning in his native land
for tho past fow months, sailed Nov.
2 on tho Majestic for his post of
duty. It is gonorally understood
that Sir Julian's absence was timed
so as to enable him to escape t ho
ombarrassmontB to which Lord Sack
, villo West fell a viotim four years
ago, and it is hinted that hereafter
it will bocome an established custom
for Hor Majesty's emissary to Wash
ington to absent himself during the
Sir Julian will roturn to Amorica
thoroughly posted upon his Govern
ment's attitude ou tho fisheries ques
tion and it has boon given out that
" Gladstone will adhere to tho policy
already marked out by Lord Salisbury,
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A gontloman advortisos for a fur
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
cloud, wind light northeast.
Tho S. S. Yamashiro Maru will ro
turn to Yokohama on Tuesday iioxt.
Thoo. H. Davies is booked to leave
on tho S. S. Australia next Wednes
day. Fresh milk is obtainable twice a
day from the Waialao ranch and
H. 13. M. S. Daphno is to call hero
shortly on hor way from Victoria, B.
C, to China.
Quito a heavy shower of rain fell
to-day. Tho streams up tho valloy
are swollen considerably.
J. F. Morgan sold tho Ddylo pro
mises at Palama on Wednesday1 to
George Gandnll for .?1700.
A curious result of figuring on
your ago will bo found in this paper
under tho head, "How old are yout"
L. Sloss, Jr., and ,R. Neumann, lato
arrivals bv tho Australia, loft on tho
steamer Kinau this afternoon for
T. Pryco has accepted W. Bol
ster's challenge for a one-mile race
on skates. Tho race will take place
on Saturday evening.
Tho concert at Makeo Island last
evening was largely attended. Two
tramcars wore run each way during
tho early part of tho ovoning.
J. Eyton-Walkor will leave on tho
S. S. Yamashiro Maru next Tuesday
for Japan, in tho interest of tho Ha
waiian Bureau of Information.
H. B. M. S. Champion arrived at
Valparaiso last month from tho
South Seas. She reported tho Pit
cairn Islanders in good health.
Tho monthly mooting of tho Ha
waiian Mission Children's Society
will bo hold at 7:30 o'clock to-morrow
ovoning, at the residence of Dr.
G. P. Andrews.
Tho Supremo Court banco session
concluded all hearings on tho calen
dar at noon to-day. A largo crop of
decisions may be expectod in tho
next fow weeks.
This afternoon the Legislature put
up tho Queen's Guards appropria
tion to $50,000 for tho two yearB, the
figure at which it was placed under
tho Parker Ministry.
The Y's will have a free social at
the Y. M. C. A. on Monday evening
instead of Tuesday, as previously
announced. A musical program has
been prepared. All aro invited.
H. B. M. S. Warspite, which was
expected here some time ago, will
leave Esquimault for England on
Doc. '5th. Tho Royal Arthur will
probably be sent out as flagship for
the Pacific Station.
Last Monday, Independence Day,
was gonorally observed on Kauai as
a holiday. Several of the mills closed
down for the day, and sports of all
kinds wore indulged in by the em
ployees. Tho Japs engaged in
Albert Bray appeared in tho Police
Court this morning when the charge
of larceny was nol pros'd and ono
substituted of embezzlement of a
pair of boots valued at $12. At
defendant's request the case was re
manded until next Monday.
The Portuguese band gavo a moon
light concert near Thomas Square
last evening and later inarched with
torchlights to its club house. It has
been practicing at the summit of
Punchbowl for some time past.
Father Valentino will make a good
band of it before long. '
B. J. Ignacio was tried a fow days
ago in tho Police Court on a charge
of larceny of certain lumber material
blinds and doors, the property of E.
H. F. Woltors. Judgment was sus
pended at tho time and yesterday
tho caho came up again. Judgment
was again suspended until called up.
Moa Hop, a Chinese hack-driver,
was arrested last night for leaving
his hack near tho corner of Mauna
koa and Berotauia streots without
anyone to look after it. This morn
ing Hop made a statement and at
tho request of tho prosecution ho
was only reprimanded and dis-'
A further respite to Masuda, post
poning his execution for murder
from Monday next to Monday, Janu
ary 80, 1801, has boon ordorod by
Chiof Justice Judd. It is under
stood that tho time is given for tho
condemned man to prove mitigating
circumstances, so that his sentence
mny bo commuted to lifo imprison
ment. Tho annual mooting of tho Hawai
ian Historical Society will be hold at
Y. M. C. A. hall next Monday, at
7:.')0 p, m, Tho public generally are
invited to attend. It is hoped that
many of our ladies will bo interested
in tho objects and work of this so
ciety. After tho reading of tho an
uual reports, and the election of
oflicors, Judge Dole will road a paper
on "The Evolution of Hawaiian Land
Tho cousin of Ah Tai, tho Ohiua
mnn who is supposed to have been
murdered by Illinois Wise in Hono
lulu harbor, has spout over $600 in
lawyer s foes in San Francisco prose
cuting tho case. This is nearly one
hlf of what tho Hawaiian Govern
ment has spont already, but in a
lotter to a relative in this city this
I cousin has written that he will spend
inn wuuiu joruiuo it necessary 10
Mr. John A. Hassinger, Chiof
Clork of tho Interior Department,
has designed and had printed a new
register of brands for tho registra
tion of now and re-registration of
old brands, as prescribed by a law
of this session. Tho old register in
dex, mado by Mr, Hassinger, begin
ning with the earliost records, wai
the labor of a long period and is a
perfect curiosity book of queer de
vices. Any brand can bo found in
it with the greatest easo when
FntDAT, Doc. 2. 1892.
Tho roll was called at 9 o'clock,
after prayer by tho Chaplaiu. Tho
minutes of tho previous mooting
were road and approved.
Noblo Kauhano from tho Commit
too ou Education prosonted a report
and answer to a quory rolativo to tho
building of sohoolhouso at Naalohu.
Tho same mombor, from tho satno
committee, reported in ro n petition i
to build a schoolhouso at Koolauloa, I
recommending reference to tho Board
of Education. Report adopted.
President Walkor stated thpro was
a question which was disturbing tho
minds of somo of tho legislators, and
that was whether or not the Consti
tutional amendment required tho
signature of tho Sovereign.
Noblo Thurston did not consider
that tho Sovereign's signature was
necessary to Constitutional amend
ments, only to ordinary laws.
Noblo Williams considered that
tho Sovereign's signature should bo
askod out of rospoct.
Kep. smith did not consider tho
Sovereign's signature necessary, but
ho did not see that thoro could bo
any objection to asking for tho sig
nature. Noblo Thurston was opposed to
tho requesting, as it might lie mado
use of as a precedent.
After some further argument and
tho Attorney-General consenting, it
was decided that tho question should
be submitted to tho Supremo Court.
Rop. Smith offered a resolution'
that tho Minister of the Interior
supply and have bound with the
Session Laws of the present .session
copies of the Constitution. Adopted.
Nnhln Pnn nfTnrnil tlio fnllnwincr I
questions to tho Minister of Interior:
1, Has any person been appointed
as Superintendent of tho Leper Set
tlement vice W. H. Tell, removed?
2, If so, who is the person? Referred
to the Minister.
Rep. Pua offered a resolution that
each member of the House bo given
the following books, viz., 1 copy
Commled Laws. Session Laws 1890.
$nd 1892 when printed.
lution was amended to apply simply
to laws of 1892, and passed.
The Minister of Finance said that
10 payments on account of tho
$1,000,000 loan had been made, but
up to this time none of tho coupons
had been returned to this country.
His opinion was that they should be
returned and deposited .in the Trea
sury, and he intended to write to
Mathieson & Co. by the outgoing
Under suspension of the rules,
Rep. Smith, from tho Judiciary
Committee., presented a report ou
auestious.asked by Rep. Ash ford of
the Minister of Finance in regard to
tho status of the amounts advanced
to His late Majesty. The Commit
tee recommend that the matter be
referred to the Cabinet. Ou motion
of the Attorney-Geueral the report,
The Order of the Day being moved
the Bill 199, in re segregation of
lepers, came up for consideration.
Rop. White said that the great
cause for complaint was the use I
made of the permission to arrest
"suspects." A plantation managor
who desired to obtain a piece of land
owned by a native had only to gooff
quietly and secretly to a doctor and
suggest that the nativo was a leper,
when ho could have him taken away
to Honolulu for examination by a
board of physicians, not at all in
sympathy with tho suspect. Tho
nativo knowing the influences that
wore liable to work against him sells
his land and other belongings be
fore departure ond thus the design
ing planter can obtain tho land.
He also stated that he had informa
tion that Hawaiian girls who were
of a prepossessing appearance would
be compolled to pay special visits to
tho doctor's oflico for special exami
nation on tho ground of being 'sus
pected. One physician, formerly
resident of Honolulu, had so sur
rounded himself with trouble in this
regard that ho left the country. He,
found no fault with the law, only
the abuse of the word "suspects,"
and he favored that being struck
Noblo Horner gave instance of
whore the suspioion resting on a
man employed by him resulted in
good by proving that a long timo
"suspoct'-on examination showed he
had not tho slightest indication of
loprosy. Ho did not doubt that
thoro were abusos of the law as thoro
were of tho laws affecting tho United
States and in othor countries, but
that was no reason why the laws
themselves which wore good should
Noble Pua favored tho passage of
tho bill. Tho word "suspect" .was a
horror to Hawaiians, although not
to bo at all dreaded by foreigners.
Rop. Nahinu also considered that
the law should bo repealed, because
it was the moans of opening tho
door to oppression aud wrong. It
was especially aimed at tho nativo
Hawaiians and should be swept off
tho statute books. Ho moved tho
The motion to indefinitely post-
fione tho first soction of the bill was
ost on tho following aye and uay
Ayes Ministers G. N. Wilcox, Ro
binson, Jones aud Brown j Nobles
Ena, Williams, J. M. Horner, Hind,
Marsdeu, Young, Baldwin, W. .
Horner, Andemon. Thurston and
Kanoa; Reps. Wilder, A. Horner,
losepa aud Smith 19.
Noes Nobles Pua, Cummins, Ma
ile and Hoapili; Reps, Bipikauo,
Ashford, Alii, Pua, Kauhi, Bush,
Kauuamauo, Kamauoha, Waipuilani,
Kapahu, Nahinu, White, Kauoalii,
Edmonds, Kaluua aud Akiua 20.
AbsentNobles Walkor, Borger,
Hopkins, Peterson, Wdlbridgo and
Droior; Rop. A. S. Wilcox.
Rep. Ashford was opposed to the
paiinga of Section 2. Ho did not
like tho rohof oiTorod to police ofli
core and others until they actually
know nnrflon. to bn lnnbrfl before a'r
resting thorn. Ho quoted Cicero ( 7J t
hs saying that "eternal vigilance was ;
nip prico oi iiuoriy" win-re-i? on una
question eternal vigilance was the
prico of lifo to both; Hawaiians and
foreigners. He riibvod that (lie
words "have reason to believe" bo
substituted for "know.'! On motion
tho amondmont passed as well as
Sections 2 and 8. Bill passeil to en
grossment and for third reading on
At 12 recess was. had until 1:80
THE KAJjIHI HOBBERIES.
As reported previously two na
tives, Kalakahuna and Eki, wore ar
rested on Monday on suspicion of
having committed tho night, rolv
bories at Palama and Kalihi. A
white .man was suspected at- first,'
but this suspicion camo to ifaughU
Tho two men wore locked upland
up amount of questioning-would
causo them to givo in. Finally yes
terday Eki turned Qucon's evidence
and gavo Kalakahuna away. Eki
said that Kalakahuna was the
ono who had boon conimiU,mgH?M
robborios and that ho hod seen him
on occasions, stoalingifowls.. "
'Kalakahuna was charged- in ; the-
Polico Court this morning with; lat-'
cony of a trunk and contents .vujiud
at $15, tho property ok. -Togo Ka.
waku, ou Nov. 11.. He- pleaded
guilty. Another charge was- pre
ferred againBt him, that of Jarcony
of chickens, belonging to the- .Jva-;
mohaineha schools. Defendant- also'
pleaded guilty to this. .Sentence,
was suspended in both ca.os -until
to-morrow. Eki was discharged. : f
TOO MUCH SHOOTING !
, . i .' : -
Principal Olea0n'vSdyo tho Bullet" DyJ
Not Oomo from Kamelinmtihd
School. ., ......
Rev. W. B. Oleson, Priucipal of
Kamehamoha School, hwT'adaros&rd''
tho following note to the 'editprf yjf,
this paper: i. i .
."I have carefully- investigated- toi
seo whether anyone on Kamehamoha
Rnlwinl linuniqfm firnd tlm "-riflni'tli'lilr.
sent tho bullet into Mr.- Lloyd's.-:
house, and I can state positively
such was not tho case. Tiiore.'.is al-:
together too much shooting Pnlamar
way, as tho report, of grins isj fre
ouontlv heartls and.th'atitod'atuHbht.:
ft is to ho hoped ;fchat 3IrliMoydJ-s
oxpenonce maynot no repewedwitn
him or any other partv;. and thatb
users of fire-arms .may. He more-'
eautious." : - -
Large Part, oiT the .MftU.'fhs.'-Ocfb
ber Steamer from t)he;JCqorjieq
Bostroyod. n ;r, .
vjnicaeo, iovomuor u. .suwriu-,
.i iT , .- -.r
!:Slfe?MSli? llr wMJfflltlT
mail which has been missins?. afid'
causing' some tqublp,,-v atorao;Crii'-i
attached to,t ho. trainrfrom San Ifmn- '.
cisco to Chicago with iJajnesticiiiailB I"
ed by fire near Wolls,.Nob.,on Octo
ber 28th. Tho investigation tdiows
that all but ono bundle of mail .from
Brisbane and Adelaide, iSouth Aus
tralia, was destroyed, together with
much domestic paper mail, .The
New Zealand, Melbourne', Laui'u-o's-
ton and "Sydney Ufairs.wero reer-vorwl
and have been forWaruen.-
A Pleasant Sociable.
- The regular monthly, meeting' -of
tho St. Andrew's Churclr Association
was hold hi3.t, evening in (ho sirhoot-
room, tho attendance being vory f
largo. AUor routine business, pre-
sided over bv Capt. Mist, had bwn
transacted, tho . following urtraiu.
j vun, jjiirauuLtHii - -
' ifni -k li s t t m ..
Bona, ..... . .'.-. M.r.'8Iii'ldyii j-niiiter
Kecltatfon- liss Mu'y Atkltl's-oli"
Quartette . . ..'..:,'... .. '
Misses Ward, ICniidnon, ,Wodi'hu;u.'u
and von Holt.
Song '. IteV. Alu.x. Maiikiutosli.
HumoroiiH reading.- ". .-. . Mr. Cooke
Mrs. It. Von Tcmpskiv.v-ith v.ioliu.
ohllgato by Mtus I.uey Ward.
Tho Miases von Holt, ,M. .Kinnoy,
and Mollio Atkinson officiated isae,-'"
conipanists. The various nuinlors,
were exceeaiuciv wen rendorcu ana
encores wore numerous" .''Refresh',
monts were sorvetl at the close of the
program,. and all wont horiio.doliglit-j
ed with tho evening's entertainment?!
these Hoeiables aro increasing , in"
popularity. ' .,-- - ' :
Sunday tjchool Richie,
In consoquonce of' tho" - rainy
weather tho picnic that- Mr. Pavies
is giving for the children of tlm
Socond Congregation of-StAndrew'K-j
Cathedral will be hold at Remond
Grove instead of Makeo Isjand'.; The
train will loavo tlio.station i,, lO.tl .
o'clock, and the children nndr.twH'h--.'
ers are reimostod to gostraigJitj.'iu
tho station at 10 o'clock in,stoaiLoft
assembling in the Sunday" school
For a sore tliToat there is. nothing
better than a Uanuel baudatro damii-
onoil with Chamberlain's Pain Daim.
It will nearly alwayu ellocta cure in ;
ono niuht's time, This .remedy .is.
i also a favorite for rheumatism and
has cured many very, severe, oihoh.,
50 cent bottles for salo by all doftjors.
Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents fort ho
Hawaiian Islands, ' . ' ' 1
Waialae Ranch & Dairy
FOR, S-A.3L.E !
DRLIVKKKl) TWIUIC A DA.Y . ,
Heady to hook regular eu-itoiiu'rs,'
, " 1 have been nfilict-
Blllbuonosa, " cd with .biliousness
,, x, " nil d constipation
Constipation,.. for nflecll yt.arS;
Stomach' '; first one and then
Palns.' '" tiou was suggested
i ' . " tonic and tried but
i'to no purpose. At Inst a friend
recommended aurusi iiowcr. i
"took It according to directions rind
" ils'elTocts tvere wonderful, leliev
" ing me of those disaRieen'.le
" stomach pains which I had been
"troubled with so long. Words,
"cannot describe the admiration
"in .which I hold your At'tgiist
" Flower Tt has given nic a new
." lease of life, which before was a
T'rburden. Such a medicine is a ben-
" cfaction to humanity, and its good1
I "wonderful mcr- Josso Barkor,
" its should be . , .
"made knoWn to ' Printer,
"trig with dyspep
":"siVofhiliotisne.s's Kansas. V)
Q.G: OHliliN.-Bolo Mnu'AVuoibitivJ.
A HOWJSIiDARE YOtt? 'T
Olvb the immlipr.iif the month. in whli'l
you wiiro lioni.
UbilWe-it. ' "
- -Ait.l .-).-Multiply
u(UI ago. . . ...
. Kuhtnict aW. ' '.'"'
' Multiply hy'intf" '" ' ' ' """
-AMil iiiiinlir.f tiny' of til.1' immUi-ott
which you worn horn. . -
Add 11,'oOU. ...,.,,.. , .. .
'in "tho nuh ti llraU'two lctt-hi'ind
1 llirurc will l).tthf month th" worn! two
'it : , ' . . -. "" r," - ,' . .,
unr ug me mini iwo, nut uay.oi iiu-
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Jf jou will vali'iijiiti' your. tij;o by tin.1
iilxiyc (nrmula' und mic'loSc tin i'i!ul.t to
.us. .vt will fii'rti!Jifi'''Viul with u'n illux'ifa-'
tion, .not hyiorij',, liuWlty, tho lCQUl.'l-
AllI.K.l.lKK AftSUliANCK .SOO'H'.TV of
!; ynito,! stfit, jd.ow.iiiB th.- .ulvunhmfs
" l"13":. ''rru luiium I'ouuu's nun Junius,
. uavud. on uii' aour.il rL'suu. 01 I'diicios
wjiiifh inye liinli'iVrd this jViir.
'-vBRUCli k-a. j.,UAiMlwnianT,- "'
Jidt'iii'rtu Auoiit's for tlicnluwaiuin Islands;
KifilTtaljlv rAf(;-':Auritm'e' SilcivlyVf! ho
Tiut I'd" S tn !"
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I It." S. Mooui:,,!iiot
. r. San Francisco
lUTlLDIiltS OI' -
i 1 ( .1 1 1
Iri'iHl!iiu :uid Wider Works-jmrpi)?
of any .'upmit
Wrought iron & Steel "WatorTlpa & Flumlpg
DAVIDSON PTjrffJPS, ;
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mid -.''tin-. 1
' &" V"r fu'rthtu' :irt miliar.-
Hisdqii Iroii '. "W'orlc.s,
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" Per1 S. S. Australia.
At r tlie Beam Saloon,-
H.JviTolte, PJopr,et"dr ,-, '.
. j. rwr.'u ' '
The Nippon YngoaKatslia'B Steamship
."Yamashiro Marii "
iJlViinpuv. tills port for Vokolmuii) dlri'i't
Qiv TUESDAY, Dec. 6th,
OTI.UCK 1'. XI. HliAltl'.
&- for iariieitlr ri-ai-din; Krolglu
nd JNih-hiko. iinidy n . ... ;....,
KLKOTION . OF. OFFICJiHU,
ill tho hloi'Kliiihlorh ol ill"
'iiclllu Huuiir Mill Will rtn'Tne-fdiuvthi
.inh iiwtaul, tlm followliiK, .iillviir wnu;
1'. A. Hiifii.ifr
. "jl'iiotiuH ;
:, wu.- '
-.ax y'v.i k i hoa nr i. hts ok si x-
V'w'fc'ttr'jriVriiii.sij,' Kiudi'i' will hu -uit-hIiIv
ruwarded by rutuiilliig lo thlj olltcu.
r W. H.Taymiii, .t'ri's. 1
t v.- j.
, - . - Cal.
. " . ,SSw 'Jji
AVli.it about 0 .yards of
about U yards of White Cotton for $1 V See
.about Toys'? See LEW. .. , '. v 9 7TR
about Hosiery for Ladies and GhildreiiVilw.See
gives full value? .LEVY.
Who would bo pleased to see you'
Who sells for Cash? 1AWY.
Who is tlie man for hard
Fori Street, -
TnanksgiYing and Xmas !
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food ,
"OR TI1K PAST SIX MONTHS IX
f HUesaiit, Ooncii"tion for ttie TaTole !
Wi' do not oiler Ski-luton Birds for nlc nt $.W a plcui', hut
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
'' Dressed arid. Iced. If Desired
:: AND -DKIjIVKUKI) TUB MOItN'IXO OK DAY KOI! I'SK
' Sb- I-ivo Weight of llir.ls varying from 12 to Uil lhs. -an
Prices to 3iit IHj-vrery")ooc3.'y !
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IO Fort Street,
104 lort Stroet, Honolulu.
;( xcfi tlir AV llnmttii SuhIick at Ar. S. SucIih' Store t
-Lt(Cnft' 9 -fc-w Mi"iiii ii MHWtMIHiMMMBa'''HiMBHMaaaiMMaaHnaa
I ' IJnv. you wn thr
, lluvi- you mi th AVic Art Sillrx for Drape unit Fancy llorA' uti
Mrs MVJrc mr - mi -fara
ll'iiir at ,
xrrn thr Monxqiii'taire
thr A' m Silk
lo lion ,' that thr Uttrtt HuciUk und Most Stylinh llwult miu
'aniii'i in' found at Siichtt' Store
ul'WE SSGEIVEB WITH OTHER GOODS
IIY l.AKT STKAMIIlt A l-'l'l.l. MNIv OK
Jiliii,lrt'aiiliiir. l-'-ini'li wide, .'0 cim jut
. lMui'k lilUin
in.. n'i (ii.iu.ii,
uiwu. Diai'i; rreiii'ii liwn.
In l'liiiu and rigured,
.as.'..,'t"' HWuft Catli-i. hi l'liiiu and Kluunil.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 Fort
i 1'riv-siiinMnK under thu inauaui'iiicnt of Mism K. Cl.Altlv.-SM
Calico for $1 V Sec JAW.Y.
.times, anyway? LEVY"
- Mclnerny Block.
for the Hawaiian Islands. -
that m gvlliiiu for ffl.lH) ut Saclm'l
UiKlrrtmrd Kid Uhrcs for l,oU
Stripr-d and I'atkn Dot ChaiUe al
lllaek, I'otton, Silk anil Kid (iortiA in all
( iiiuok ouiokiiiiin tor i.n.ues aim i nil
' Hliu'k tSilk Warii,Jluiiriettii ( luttis.