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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, DEO. 5, 1892.
Sunday, Dec.. I.
Stmr Mlknlmln from Kauai
Htmr Chiudlno from SI mil
Htmr Hnwnll from Hnmnkua
Schr Knwnllnnl from Koolnu
Batuiiiiay, Dec. 3.
Am tern Glcndnlo, Johnson, for l'uget
Monday, Dec. C.
Stmr Knnla for Wninnnc, Walnlun, Moku-
loln, Knlinku and 1'unaluu.
Stmr Polo for Makawell
Stmr Jns Makoo for Kapna and Hnnnlei
Stmr Wniiiinnalo for Molokat and Maul
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolnu
Schr Molwahino for Koliala
VossoIb Leaving To-morrow.
S 8 Ynmashiro Maru, Young, for Yoko
hama and Hongkong at til noon
Stmr Mokolii for Molokal at 5 p 111
Stmr Kilauca Hon for Pnnuhau, Kuknlnn
Stmr Hawaii for Lahalna and Hainakua
Stmr lualanl for Kauai
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per stmr Innlnni 1587 bags paddy.
Per stmr Clnudine 2175 bags sugar, 188
bags potatoes, 75 lings taro, 70 bags
corn, 05 bills hides.
Per stmr Mikahala 1310 bags sugar, 111!
bags rice, 11 bdls hides, 70 pkgs sun
From Maui, per stmr Claudino, Dec 4 J
A Uackfold, A Mooro, J J Drummoml, 0
W Gray, Hon H D Walbridge. Hon W H
Cornwall, Hon A P Peterson, L P Hughes,
E H Bailey, A Haas, A Hcllwig, Mr Mar
tinson, Mrs Ferguson, Mrs Gulick, Mrs Ij
von Tompsky and child, L von Tcmpsky
and 01 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Doe 1
Her Majosty Queen Dowager Kapiolani,
Hon A S Wilcox, A S Hartwell, V Knud
son, A Knudsen, F Gay, Miss E Gav, F
Sinclair and wife, H Morrison, J F Miclicll,
J Saul, Mrs A O PferJnor, I)r A E Nichols,
wifo and child, Dr H L Paris, ltobt Morn,
J E Miller, II Parker, J Lovell, wife and
child, Ako, Chun Hoy, All San and 55 deck.
Vessels in Port.
CSS Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
Gor bk J C Glade, from Liverpool
Am l-ma8ted schr Aloha, Dabel, from San
Am bk S C Allen. Thompson, from San
Am, bktue Skagit, Robinson, fiom Port
Bktne S G Wilder, Griillths, from San
Bk Covlon, Calhoun, from Ban Francisco
Hnw Ilk Mauna Ala, Smith, from New
castle, N S W
Tho tern Glondale left on Satuiday after
noon for the Sound in ballast.
Tho steamer V. G. Hall will bo duo from
windward ports to-morrow afternoon. The
bark Ceylon will receivo the completion of
her cargo of sugar from her.
Tho steamer Claudino reports strong
trades and lino weather. Will leave again
to-morrow afternoon for Maui and Hawaii
with 300 Japaneso immigrants for tho dif
ferent plantations on Hawaii.
Captain Smythe of the steamer Pele has
been transferred to tho steamer Wnialealc,
which is expected to go into commission
nqxt week. Chas. Peterton, formerly mate
on tho Pele, will assume command, Cap
tain Christian succeeding him as mate.
Tho Pele left this afternoon loaded with
lumber, coal and Japs for Makaweli.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
There woro three arrests to-day on
J. F. Morgan's second salo of
staple holiday goods will bo hold on
Thursday at 11 o'clock.
Tho stoamor Claudino reports
throo inches of rain fell some day
last wook at Kukaiau, Hawaii.
A. M. Bottoncourp, V. S. and deal
er in horses, Borotania and Puuch
bqwl streets, does horse-clipping.
A valise was brought to tho Polico
Station at 3:20 o'clock this after
noon. It was found on tho Waialao
road and later claimed by W. Auld.
Mr. Maltby, tho far-famed cyclist,
will give an exhibition of his skill at
Komond Grovo noxt Saturday.
Further particulars will appear in
A native with a masculine appear
ance and long hair likoa woman was
arrested on Saturday night on a
charge of common nuisance. Ynn
koo sailors caused tho arrest. Tho
caso will bo heard tomorrow.
The Woman's Board of Missions
will moot in tho audience room of
tho now church to-morrow, Dec. tiih,
at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. H. A. P. Carter
will road u paper giving reminis
cences of lvaahumauu, tho early
Christian Queen of those Islands. A
lull attoudauco is hoped for.
Baud. Prof. 1L
Borgor, loador, will
give a public concort this ovoning
at Emma Square, beginning at 7:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March Count Moltko, . Preusso
Overture Poet and Peasant Suppo
Cornet Solo Palaeo Biiglor. .Woissonborn
Solo by William Aylett.
Fantasia Musical Delusions. ., Schruiner
Walalne. Mai Poiua. Ho Milium ho Aloha.
60I0 sung by Solomon Hiram.
Medley Popular Airs Kappoy
Saxophone Solo 1mg, Long Ago
Solo by Joseph Llbornlo,
Scholthtche Dancing on tho Pier.. Christy
Medley Iteverlo, Uoyur
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
This is firo dopnrtuionl wook.
Diamond Hond, 3 p. 111. Wonlhor
clear, wind light oast.
Tho bright moonlight oronings
havo induced many lo tnko in Wai
kiki. Six cases of drunkenness woro dis
posed of this morning in tho Police
Tho stoamors Clandino and Mika
hala brought between them (5785
bags of sugar.
Tho wookly mooting and concort
of tho Scottish Thistlo Club will bo
held this ovoning.
Abr. Fernandez has desirable pro
mises to lot or lease between King
and Young streets.
An auracuvo program nas ueon
arranged for this ovoning
QVonintr's band con-
cort. at .umma square
Tho sloamor Clandino which loavos
to-morrow aftomoon will tako a
mail for Hilo this trip.
Tho Bostonian Minstrel's ontor-
tainmont on Saturday ovoning pro
mises to bo an onjoyablo affair.
Ilor Majosty Queen Dowager Kn
piolani roturned by tho Mikahala
from tho gardou islo yesterday morn
ing. Hons. A. P. Petorson, It. D. Wal
bridgo and W. H. Cornwoll roturned
from Maui bj' tho Clandino yester
day. Hon. W. H. Cornwoll, Noblo for
Maui, was one of tho first members
of tho Legislature to tako his seat
An elderly whito man in a jinri
kisha hauled by a Japaneso coolio
attracted no little attention around
town this morning.
Tho monthly mooting of tho Pio
neor Building & Loan Association
will bo hold this ovoning at tho
Chamber of Connnorco.
Robort More, foreman of Engine
Co. No. 1, roturned from Kauai 303-torda-
morning aftor sovoral months'
absouco on tho garden islo.
Mr. A. W. Bolster has succeeded
in securing some lino photos of tho
now Central Union Church which
aro now available at tho Aloha gal
lory. Tho Supreme Court has decidod
against Clans Sprockets and othors
in tho Wniluku water rights cases.
It affirms tho jurisdiction of W. H.
Halstead as a special commissioner
to try tho cases.
Mr. Taizo Masaki, tho retiring
Japaneso Consul, loavos on tho
Yamashiro Maru to-morrow, carry
ing with him tho best wishos of a
largo circlo of frionds ho has made
during his residence horo. Aloha.
A late San Francisco paper says:
General Armstrong of tho Hampton
Institute, Virginia, although much
improved in health, still gives some
ovidonco of his paralytic shock of a
year or two ago.
Tho Japanese immigrants by tho
Yamashiro aro all ready to'bo shipped
to thoir destinations. Two hundred
mon and forty-six women wore sent
this aftomoon on tho steamer Polo
to Makaweli plantation. A largo
number will bo shipped to-morrow.
Kudo, Japanese sailor on tho Ma
una Ala, was tried in tho Polico
Court this morning for assault with
a knife on Chas. Knudson on Nov.
28. Tho affair was reported pre
viously in tho Bulletin. Judgmont
will bo given to-morrow.
A one-mile skating race took placo
at tho Armory on Saturday night
between W. Bolstor and T. Pryco.
Pryco crossed tho lino first, winning
by a nose. Tho judges, however,
allowed a foul which occurred near
tho finish aud tho race was declared
Tho Historical Society will moot
this ovoning at Queon Emma hall.
Judge Dole will road a paper on tho
"Evolution of Hawaiian Land Titlos,"
and an address will bo given by Mr.
T. H. Davios. Officers aro to bo
elected for tho coming year, and tho
annual reports road. Tho public
generally is invited.
Wm. Crows pleaded guilty this
morning to being a disorderly per
son by being "lewd, wanton or lasci
vious in speech or behavior," iu tho
Polico Court, aud was ordorod to
give bond a for $100 with ono good
surety not to commit tho offonso
within six months. Crowb was ar-
Sain Kauhi was tried in tho Polico
Court this morning for being found
unlawfully on another's promises on
Saturdaj' night. Kauhi ontorod a
shanty near the King's boathouso
and fay down in tho bod. Ho was
chased from the promises aud caught
by a policeman. Kauhi was given
ton days' imprisonment at hard labor.
A. Japauoso barber aud a native
woro arrostod on Saturday uight
about 9 o'clock on Smith street for
affray. It appoars tho native had
his hair cut iu tho Jap's shop, and
was charged twenty conts for tho
crop. This ho objected to and a
fight was the result. They woro
fined $1 and $1 costs each in tho
Hon. Win. G. Irwin, wifo, child
and maid, will bo passengers by tho
Australia on Wodnosday noxt. Mr.
and Mrs. Irwin intend going as far
as Now York to attend tho wedding
of Miss Ailono Ivors, Mrs. Irwin's
sister, which takes place earl' in
January. Tho bridegroom, Mr. Ed.
M. Robinson, is connected with the
banking houso of Droxol, Morgan &
On Saturday ovoning a number of
the loading Japaneso gentlemen horo
gavo a dinner at tho Howoiian Hotel
in honor of Mr. Taizo Masaki, tho
retiring Consul, and Mr, Saburo
Fuji, tho now Consul who arrived by
tho Yamashiro Maru. Twenty-two
sat down to dinner, Capt. Young of
that stoamor being ono of tlio in
vited guests. Stoward Louis Koch
made an elegant spread.
Monday,' Dec. 5, 1892.
Prayor by tho Chaplain at 9
o'clock. Roll being called 21 mom
bors answered and a short wait was
had boforo n quorum was present, on
tho appearance of which tho minutes
of tho previous mooting wero road
Tho following potitions woro road
and acted on as follows:
By Rop. Kamauohn, from Row J.
M. Koaloha of Kapaa, Kauai, pray
ing for $200 land damages at Kona,
Hawaii. To Public Lands Commit
tee. By Rop. Kanoaliij from residents
of Ivalia, that shooting bo prohibited
on lands belonging to Mrs. Ward.
To Military Committee
Noblo elect W. II. Cornwoll (who
had gone back to his constituency
for ro-oloction aftor his resignation
as Minister of Financo), presented
himself to tho Houso as a ro-olocted
member, tho first instanco of such
on record in Hawaii, and was very
warmly grootod. Ho presented his
credentials to tho committee on
Petitions woro continued, and Rop.
Kamauoha prosontod ono from resi
dents of Honolulu that Liliha street
bo oxtonded. To Public Lands Com
mittee. By Rop. R. W. Wilcox, from Koo
lauloa, that $1200 bo appropriated
for a breakwater at that placo.
Tabled for Appropriation Bill.
Rop. Whito, from tho special com
mittee having consideration of Hor
ner's Banking Bill, presented a re
port thoroou and submitting an
amonued bill which they recom
mend p.'iss. Ordered to print.
Rop. Smith, from tho Credentials
Committee, reported Noble Corn
well's papers correct and in proper
form. The President thoroupon ap
pointed Noblo Cummins and Rops.
Kamauoha and Kauhi as a commit
too to wait on tho Chief Justice and
dosiro his attendance.
Rop. Wilder, from tho Committee
on Commorco, reported favorably
on the petition praying for tho re
duction to 10 percent from 25 por
cont of tho duty 'on bicj-cles. Tabled
for future consideration.
Tho Minister of tho Interior road
for the first time a bill to provide
relief for tho Honolulu Library aud
Reading Society. Tabled for futuro
Rop. Smith under suspension of
tho rules gavo notico of and after
wards road for tho first time a bill to
amend Chap. 28 of tho Penal Code
and moro direct I3' applying to tho
prohibition of tho formation of
Tho Chief Justice arriving tho
members woro called to thoir feet by
tho President's gavel, and Col. W.
H. Cornwoll was again sworn in as a
Noble of the Kingdom; tho Justice
The Order of tho Day being moved
tho Appropriation Bill came up and J
tuo following ltoms -nliichiiact been
reported back from tho Judiciary
Committee woro passed, viz.:
Salary Second Clerk Supremo
Court. April 1st to Dec. 31st, 1892,
$1350. From Jan. 1, 1893, to March
Salary Second Clerk, First Circuit
of Oahu, January 1, 1893, to March
31, 1894, $1875.
Expenses Supremo and Circuit
The itom of "Subsidy to tho
Oceanic S. S. Co." eamo up and with
it two different roports from tho
coinmittoo having tho item in charge,
viz.: (1), from Noblo Marsdon and
Noblo Thurston, $21,000 and $500
oxtra for each trip made via Hilo.
(2), Nobles Cornwoll and Baldwin,
$30,000 and $6000 extra for 12 trips
Rop. Bipikauo considoiod that
there was no noocl 01 giving any
subsidy, Even if it was stopped tho
steamers would still call horo.
Rop. It. W. Wilcox favored giving
the company tho highest subsidy
possible. If the country was in
good circumstances he would favor
giving tho company a subsidy of
$50,000 por year provided they would
lay a cable between San Francisco
and horo. This company could do
it undoubtedly but wo aro now too
poor to offer it to them. Ho favored
tho report of Nobles Cornwoll and
Baldwin for $30,000 and $0000.
Rop. Whito was also in favor of
$30,000 for tho regular subsidy and
$0000 for tho oxtra '12 trips to Hilo.
Noblo Hind said ho had but short
legislative oxporionco, but had taken
an interest 111 tho work of former
sessions. Had always considered
thoso subsidies unnecessary, believ
ing that wo could got a satisfactory
steam service without a 113' subsidy.
Tho Island of Hawaii, which ho
represented, received littlo advan
tage from a fast mail service botweon
Honolulu and tho Coast, as tho mail
for that island very oftou lay iu tho
post office horo for eight days, owing
to having only a ton day service bo
tweon Honolulu and the island of
Hawaii. Ho had recommended a
liberal subsidy for tho carrying of
tho mails, which with tho privileges
enjoyed by tho company, ho thought
was all tho country could now afford,
Soino of tho owners of tho company
woro tho heaviest tax-payors iu tho
kingdom, and in advocating tho
closest economy ho thought ho was
not doing anything thut tlioy would
iiud fault with him about, and could
not vote for tho largo amounts pro
posed by tho majority of tho com
mittee. Itep. Ashford said that ho did not
hesitate to say that it looked to him
like a cold steal. It was not neces
sary to pay so much to kcop tho lino
running. In this it is proposed to
pay $.'50,000 and wo must borrow it
to pay. He thought that any pro
test of his would havo but littlo
weight as tho Oceanic Steamship
Co.liad enough mombors corralled to
carry tlio measure through, but ho
protestod all tlio same. It is pro
posed to give the company $30,000
in cash, out and out. Thoy now
receive about r2G,(XX) iu rebates and
privilegos that would mako a total
of $50,000. Ho offered an amend
ment with regard to tho Hilo sor
vico, viz.: "Subsidy for stoamor service
not loss than 1800 tons, from the
Pacific Coast to Honolulu via Hilo,
other than tho direct service bo
tweon San Francisco and Honolulu
heretofore in vogue, $500 per trip at
periods not no to exceed four weeks,
Noblo Homer said that during
tho first part of U10 sossion there had
boon a disposition to shavo down;
now there was nn opposite fooling
oxhibited, a dosiro to raise up
amounts. Hero was a luxury lo bo
added and lo bo paid for by money
lo bo borrowed. Ho favored the re
port made previously by Rop. Ash
ford and Noblo Hind for $9000.
Noblo Cornwoll said that a few
weeks ago when ho was previously a
member iu committee on this
item Noblo Baldwin and himsolf had
acted iu a spirit of economy and had
reduced this subsidy from $18,000 to
$30,000. Sinco there had been many
raises in amounts and ho would vote
for more than $30,000 boforo ho
would vote for any loss. As it was
ho would stay by tho amount favored
Noblo Baldwin and himsolf,
Attorney-General ueeii Jirown de
sired to know if thoso committees
who hnd considered tho item of sub
sidy had taken notico of other pro
visions which iiiiu oeeu piaceu 111
tho law of 1888, rolativo to tho
freights on fruits, specio and pas
sengers. It would bo advisablo to
put those provisions in now in any
subsidy bill that may bo passed,
otherwise the company can raiso
freights when they desire and thus
give a big black eye to tho tropical
fruit industry. He proposou an
amendment, viz.: "That tho com
pany do not increase tho rates of
freight or passenger traffic from
those now charged.
There is a gentle
Dyspepsia, man at Malden-on-
the-Hudson, N. Y.,
uamed Captain A. G. Parels, who
has written us a letter in which it
is itvideut that he has made up his
miiad concerning some things, and
this is what he says:
"I have used your preparation
called August Flower in my family
for seven or eight years. It is con
stantly in my house, and we consider
it tho best remedy for Indigestion,
and Constipation we
Indigestion, have ever used or
known. My wife is
troubled with Dyspepsia, and at
times suffers very much after eating.
The August Flower, however, re
lieves the difficulty. My wife fre
quently says to me when I am going
to town, 'We are out
Constipation of August Flower,
and I think you had
better get another bottle.' I am also
troubled with Indigestion, and when
ever i am, I take one or two tea
spoonfuls before eating, for a day or
two, and all trouble is removed."
PIONEER BUILDING & I.OAN
rpHE REGULAL MONTHLY MEETING
X of tho above Association will bo held
THIS (Monday) EVENING, Doc. 5, 189.!, nl
7:H0 o'clock, at tlio Chamber of Commerce.
A full attendance is required.
A GENTLEMAN WI6H
es to rent a Furnished
H00111, mauka of the Kalo
Houso or east of I'uncli
hnwl .street. Address "11.
TO LET OB LEASE.
JL Promi-os between King
and Young streets, lately
nm'iiiiicil bv Mr. L. O. Abies
arc to let or li-ui-o. The Commodious
dwelling is well furnished with modern
improvements and conveniences. There
are iiImi on the iiruiiiK-s Servant's Quar
ters, Stables, etc. Tho gioumls contain a
choico variety of Hants, Fruit and Orna
montal Trees. Artesian water is laid on
throughout the premises. Vor further par
ticulars appiy to
at E. O. Hall .t Boils'.
ISy A. M. IIETTENCOUKI',
Vutorlnarv Burgeon and Dcalor in Horbcs,
corner 'llcretiuilu and I'unchbowl sts.
tUF- Mutual Melephono 377
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXKOU
tion IhMieilnutoMlHi Huprenie Court,
on tho L'lht dav of September, A, I). 180.!.
inniliibl V. l . Aclil, iieieniiani, in mvuru
V. W. Wriuht. nlaintill. for tho sum of
JUVi.oO, I havo levied upon and shall ox
poso for mle ut tho l'oheo Station, In thu
lllbti let of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, at UJ
o'clock of TUESDAY, the litli day of
December, A. D. lb'.U, to the highest bid
der, nil tlio rlglit, uuo aim IIIM-ru!, 01 wiu
fiiiil W. ('. Audi, defendant, In and to thu
following property, unless snid judgment,
Interest, eostb and my expenses bo pre
List of property for sale:
All tho right, title and interest of said
V. O. Achi, iu and to thoso pieces and
parcels of land described as follows:
lIdMOOof 1111 iicreut Kalawuhino, Ho
nolulu, Oahu, and conveyed to Bald W, ('.
Achi, bv deed of Ulshim A. Co., April 20,
18MI, Liber 11", page 151.
lb-10i)of nu aero at Kalawahine, Ho
nolulu, Oahu, and convoyed to said C.
Achi, by deed of Dlla Kuwaa, Liber 107,
ii'i acres at Kapaakea, Honolulu,
Oahu, and conveyed to said V, C, Achi,
bv deed of Lam Chung Wo, Jan. 31, 18W),
Lllier 11U, pago'JIL'.
I ;t acres at Kapankea, Honolulu, Oahu.
and convoyed to said W. O, Achi. by deed
of Mary lijilu, Llbor 111. page 3Jt.
5--37S acres at Kcalakoino, 1'uiui, Ha.
wail, and conveyed to the snid W". 0, Achi,
by deed of Joe Malm, Oct, 18, IrisS, Liber
110, page 88.
II IS) acres iu Kenlakomo, 1'uiia. Ha
wiiii, and conveved to b.ild W. 0. Achi, by
deed of Wailehua.Oct.U, lhhS,niid recorded
ill Liber 113, page 1M1.
CHAS. U. WILSON,
Honolulu, Nov. 7, 18i-'. 071-lt
Saturday, Dec. 8, 1802.
With a victv io atccrtaming the yas
tronomia capabilities of the Honolulu
houwkceper, we will give to the amateur
submitting the best Menu for a Christ
mas dinner for five persons, the sum of
$10; to the professional (which includes
2crson who furnished meals as a busi
ness) the sum of $0.
The conditions of the contest arc as
Contestants must be subscribers to the
Menus are. to be original and not co
pied from any of the forms supplied by
authors of cook books.
The dishes arc to be those only to be
found in the markets or stores of Hono
lulu. The, cost of each dish or course to be
stated as well as the total cost of the
meal. The total cost not to exceed $10.
Contestants to sign (heir full name to
the Menu submitted, enclose their effort
in an envelope marked "Hawaiian
Hardware Co. Contest, care. Daily Bul
The envelopes will be opened in the
Bulletin Office on the 15th insl., and the,
prizes awarded next day. The winning
Menus will be, published in this paper
011 the 21sl insl.
The, Editor of the Bulletin will select
two judges from among the gourmets of
tho Kingdom, and these gentlemen will
name a third. If you want an extra
ten-dollar piece for Christmas now is
your chance to get it.
A year ago not only the
tastes but the purses of the
people leaned toward massive
chandeliers with brass founts
elaborate and expensive. At
this time, with the "crash in
sugar," or not,
show a tendency to enjoy
closer relations with something
Our stock of chandeliers is
admirably adapted to the
wants of the rich whose ex
checquors have experienced
no change, or to those people
whose circumstances warrant
retrenchment. But everybody
wants the maximum light at
the minimum price. We
appreciate the situation and
beginning with Monday, De
cember 5th, we will offer you
an opportunity to get a two,
three or four light chandelier
complete with chimneys,
globes, etc., at very reduced
prices, They are perfect in
every particular, neither store
worn or broken; but they have
glass instead of brass founts
and we want to sell them.
Times are going to be better
and we want additional room
for our stock of all-brass
chandeliers. Just now the
ceiling of our store room looks
like an inverted forest and we
want room floor room and
ceiling room and we are
willing to sacrafice twenty-five
percent on the price of these
goods to get it. A four-light
fellow that you would have
jumped at a year ago for $28
we will sell you this week for
21. Another one with
twisted brass shank and arms,
colored globes, imperial burn
ers, goes to you at $15 it
was cheap at $20, six months
ago and it's just as good as
the other only it has three in
stead of four lights, quite
enough for a small room be
cause there's not so much
heat in it. A two-light chan
delier in brass, well suited for
a dining room will be sold at
$13.50, another just as good
for $12. Colored globes and
Ai burners with each of them.
These goods have not been
marked up to suit this occasion
as you can see the selling tags
that have been on them for
the past six months slice off
25 percent and you have the
price you can buy them for
this week only. It you want
light this is the opportunity of
a life time to get it. The
patterns are as modern as the
Talk about Schultze cart
ridges! Our lot that was
buried deep in the hold of the
'Albert" was dug up on Fri
day and we can supply you
with any guage or size of shot
you may wish. "Dinna, ye
hear the slogan" cartridges.
If we have any cut glass
remaining after it has been
picked over next week, we
will give you a detailed des
cription of the pieces. Just
now we tell you that they are
small and inexpensive; beau
tiful and recherche, fit for the
Tsar's table and almost given
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opio. 8prickcla' lllock,
What about 20 yards of
What about Id yards
What about Toys? See
What about Hosiery for
Who gives full value?
Who would be pleased to
Who sells for Cash? LEVY.
Who is the man for hard times, anyway?
75 Fort Street,
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
tor Tin: past six months in
Elega-xit Oonciition for t lie TsLtole !
We do not oll'cr Skeleton llirds for s-nlu at $1.G0 a piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
IDresseci and Iced If Desired.
DKLIVEKKD THE MORNING OP DAY FOR
Live Weiuht of llirds varying from 12 to 20 lbs.
Prices to S-u.it
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
ii' ii",iii Yi'i " M 1 1 ,, '' iMBMMI
HOLLISTER & CO.,
IO Fort Street,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
N. S. SACHS'
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Have you seen the Neio Unman
Have you seen the flight lioums
Have you seen the A'ew Art
Sachs' Store f
Have you seen the Monsnuctatec
Pair at Sachs' Store f
Have you teen
the flew Silk
Do you know that the Uitesl flovelties and Most Stylish Uoods can
yilways be found at Sachs' Storet
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
UY LAST STKAMIUt A FULL LINK OV
BLACEZ C3-OOXDS I
AS IT-OrjUiO-WS !
llliick Cashmere I'J-inuh wide, .VI conts per
yard mid upwards.
Muck India Lawn, Black French Lawn,
ltluck SiUtceu in I'laln mid Figured,
Hlack Calico in l'lain and Figured,
B. F. EHLERS &
Dressmaking under the iiiaiuic,uiuciit of Mim K. OLARK.
Calico for 1? Sec LEVY.
of Whito Cotton for 1? See
Ladies and Children? Sec
Sashes at i'. S. Sachs' Store t
that are selling for $1.00 at Sachs
for Drapes and Fumy Work all
Undressed Kid Utoves for $1.60
Striped and 1'olka Dot Vhaille all
lllnok, Cotton, Silk nnil Kid Olovcs iu nil
lllnok Stockings for Ladies mid Children.
Mack Silk Warn llenrlctto Cloths,
Ktc, Ktc, i:to Ktc.
OO.'S, 99 Fort St
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