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THE DAM BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7, 1892.
Wi:iini:iiiay, Doe. (I.
SS Australia. Houdlettc, for San Fran
' i Cisco, nt 12 noon
Stnir Jns Mnkco fur Knpaa and Hanhlci
StmrCJ K Nmhop for Knliukli
For Kniinl, per stmr hvalani, Deo (1-A T
AtUinon, DrMitmuura, mul (II .Tupaneso
''Yokolialnti, per S 8 Yiimnslilro
Jlarri, Dec 0-Taizo Masaki mul fmnllv, D
0 Ircadway, V O Kyton-Wnlkor, Mrs K
Kubuynslil, mul 100 Japanese in steerage.
AtFor ,K?.unl .I,ur stinrMikahnla, Dcoll
;!rnlVl,?!,r.',slnc,nl,i -Mr and Mrs F Clay,
Mrs MrMlllnii, Mm Knoeh Johnson, Kong
Jf B. V Kimilscn, Mr linns, H Morrison,
Mrs II Isonberg, 40 deck and.73 Jupanco
1',TO'U Mini and Hawaii, per stmr W 0
Hall, l)ccO From Volcano: H Itcnjos nnd
vyifo. l'rom way ports! Kov V IlKitcnt,
Mrs J Monnarrnt and wife, Misx K .1 Mon
sarrat, Mrs T Laek, Mm .1 Aplo. Mrs
floiiies, .1 l'nakaula and wife, Miss II llttr
ges, h V MeUeenoy, Ahoy, and 77 deck.
,.For..au Krnneiseo, per S S Australia,
Hun W Irwin, wife, daughter and maid,
FS Pratt, K Ivors, JWllerrv, V K Oor
bctt, F A MeCluire, Then H Duviex, Shel
don Painter, Mrs Hoblmrd, Sr, 0 C (lardin
er, Mrs U Halstead, Mrs K llnlstead, child
and maid, K 0 Damon, J A Duck, I.ieut
Uoughter, V K Haslett and wife. Miss 1$ 0
Dalluni, Lieut Washington, K K Cutler
and wifu. WCIunst, Mrs 11 V l.'ineko, 11
Parker, (1 W Mnufarlunc.
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per stmr W G Hall 1.110 bai;s .sugar. HI
bagss eoll'oo, IK) bags awn, ISO head cat
U neail i
tle, 2(1 lulls hides, 1U0 pkgs sun
Tha.S S Australia to-dav canied the fol-
i.i.l. ir- ntim. TOill m.... I.'f.l 4 .. ,.!.. .
.u..., a. i.u llltlllll IV 1 II, .HJ.IL MUgS sugar,
WG Irwin & Co; 2.J0 Imclis bananas, Sing
Sing: KM) do, .1 Shaw! (110 do. CTOuliek;
!K)1 do, a Lycurgus; 110 do, Oonsalves;
WW! do, Campbell, Marshall A Co; 18 bxs
pineapples, J Kidwoll. Domestic value,
JAItllKTT At Wiiimcn. Hawaii, Decem
ber 3, 18!I2, to the wire of Paul .larrctt,
a daughter. -
ZEMAVOLDT At tlio Queen's Hospital,
Honolulu, December 0, 1802, Tlieodor
Zemwoldt, a native of Sweden, aged 'HJ
years, formerly watchmaker at II. F.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Root Beer on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "The
Elite Ico Cream Parlors."
Mince Pios can bo had at the
Palaco Ico Cream Parlors.
Aftor shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agonts.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. -Bonson, Smith Si Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
abovo Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
caSCST Mutual Telephone- G82.
Mechanics' Homo; 59 aud Gl Hotel
street. Lodging by; day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Wintor & Winter, Dentists. Ollico,
33 Borotania street.
Gold fillings - .$3.00
Silver iillings 1.00
Tooth extracted 50
Eastern Prices. Mutual Tele
phone 239. j
The "Y.'s" Social.
Although thoro was a slim audi
ence at tho "Y.V social last evening,
those who attended enjoyed thoin
solvos, and those who stayed away
missed a good program.
Tho first number was an instru
mental duot, "Polonaiso" b3r Schu
bort, by Miss Charlotte Hall and
Miss May Damon, very well rondor
od. Miss Debbie Lyle then sang,
"Thino Eyos so Blue and Tondor,"
Miss Mamio Paty followed with a
violin solo, "Spinning Song," by Gits.
Hollander, which was encored. Sho
was accompanied on tho piano by
Miss Annie Paty.
Mr. Geo. Paris gave a Unto solo
accompanied on tho piano by Miss
Hopper. Mr. Sheldon Painter's
song was enjoyed by all and, respond
ing to an oncoro, ho sang, "Oh tho
Days of tho Kony Dancing." Miss
Hustaco's banjo solo, '"Tho Blue Al
satian Mountains," was received wit h
hearty, applause and sho had to come
forward twice in rosponso to encores,
giving "Ta-ra-ra-boom-do-ay" as tho
Light refreshments and a social
time closed tho entertainment.
Tho following Japanese immi
grants by tho Yamashiro Maru woro
mh.v. won un.
Hawaiian Com. & Sugar
Co 121 28
Olowalu Sugar Co 15 2
Hakalau Plantation 19 10
HiloSiigarCo ,.. 72 1(
Kilnuoa Sugar Co 50 11
Ooltala Sugar Co 33 8
"Wainkoa Mill Co ,.,,... . 25 5
Hamakua Plantation..,. 20 l
Popookoo Sugar Co. . . , . 30 0
H. P. Fayofc Co 28
Meier and Kmso, 21 -1
Koloa Sugar Co 9 2
A friend is tho same to-day, tho
same to-morrow, oithor in prosper
ity, , iidyorsity or sorrow,
A friend is one who, gaining tho
top of tho ladder, won't forgot you
., if you remain at tho hotttim.
lowing cargo:'201 green hides, 4 goatskins,
and 1 bag.coll'eo, M W MeC'hesnev ,fc Sons;
333 green hides, ,1 goatskins, Ft Porter;
300 bags rice, Yuen Lung x Co, low do,
iiymanuroajwuiio, Hlnguiiong: 100 do,
M Phillips ,fc Co; At) do, 5l S Grinbaum .
to; 20 bxs yams, Leo Foo Keu; 12 bags taro
LOOAIi AND GrENERAIi
Tho Intermediary Court
Diamond Head, 3 p.
clear; wind light east.
Chock Look has n notice of im
portance to whom concerned.
Sco Sing Co. has a notice regard
ing tho Now Model Restaurant.
Engino Co. No. 1 will welcome
their foreman home this evening.
J. Kidwoll shipped 18 boxes of
pineapples by tho S. S. Australia to-daj-.
Tho barkontino Amelia will leave
for Puget Sound on or about Tues
day. Thoro was nothing or impoitance
transacted in tho Police Court this
Tho S. S. Australia to-day carried
away about fifty-eight passongors
for tho Coast.
Walter M. Gilfard will act for Mr.
Irwin under power of attorney dur
ing tho latter gentleman's absence.
lions. Geo. W. Macfarlano and L.
A. Thurston loft for San Francisco
on sudden business impulses to-day.
A full nttoudauce is desired at a
meeting of tho Honolulu Chamber
of Connnerco at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
A mooting of tho Ladies' Catholic
Benefit Society will bo held on Fri
day, Dec. 9, at 3 p. m., at the Con
vent. Tho Prize Menu Contest by tho
Hawaiian Hardware Co. is causing
considerable excitement among
E. I. Spalding will act for Win.
G. Irwin, during tho hitter's ab
sonce, in the banking business of
Clans Sprockets it Co.
Tho mail despatched from the
Post Ollico b' tho Australia com
prised 8501 letters, 3838 prints and
207 packages parcel post.
A portrait in oil executed by L. C.
Uytgeortz of his liego, Kaiser Wil
liolm, is exhibited in tho store of tho
Hawaiian News Company.
Engine Co.'s 1 and 2, and Hook &
Laddor Co. will hold their monthly
meetings this evening. Tho Hooks
will havo election of officers.
Tho corpse of the gentleman who
lately committed suicide at tho Ha
waiian Hotol was shipped to Now
York by tho S. S. Australia to-daj'.
Tho Post Ollico despatched tho
following mail yesterday on tho S.
S. Yamashiro Maru, bound for
Japan: 1171 letters and 218 papers.
During Mr. Irwin's absence ho will
bo represented as Presidont and
Manager of Win, G. Irwin & Co.,
L'd., by Walter M. Giflard, Treas
urer and Secretary.
Pictures! Pictures! Pictures! Don't
forget to include a picturo with your
Christmas presents and that King
Bros, havo a lino lino of now subjects
of all sorts with prices to suit tho
Frank Johnson, who entered Mrs.
Fishor's residonco tho other night,
has boon released, as ho stated ho
was under tho iniluonco of liquor
and was not awaro of the seriousness
of his otronso.
B. &, A. J. Cartwrijiht havo dis
posed of another of their houses, in
spito of tho slow demand, through a
Bulletin advertisement. Thoy havo
substituted a very desirable resi
donco on King street.
Tho Foreign OJlico is busj issuing
return pormits to Chinese 'to leave
by tho S. S. China duo next Monday
from San Francisco for the Orient.
It is expected thoro will 1)0 an issue
of 150 permits to adults and 100 to
Hon. F. S. Pratt, departing for
his now post of Consul-General at
San Francisco, was so loaded with
tributes to his popularity, in tho
form of lois, that, as ono spectator
observed, scarcer more than his eyes
could bo Boon.
and ono profes-
for tho Hawaiian Hardware Co. con
test. Ono amateur neglected to sign
hor name to a porfect goin of a bill
of faro. If tho lady will call it at
this ollico, sho will lie given an op
portunity to finish it.
Tho S. S. Australia's departure to
day was witnessed by a largo crowd.
F. S. Pratt was serenaded in true
Hawaiian stylo. Tho baud played
delightful music ending with "God
Savo tho Queen," in honor of T. II.
Davies and native, airs in honor of
F. S. Pratt, tho now Hawaiian Con
sul at San Francisco.
Chief Justieo Judd has decided
for tho gamishoo in tho case, T. 1.
Lucas and others vs. F. 11. Uodward,
defendant, and Antonio J. Lopez,
garnishee. Service was made on
Lopoz Nov. 29, 1892. His answer
was t lint a balance was left of 1191
on a contract Hcdwnrd had tulioii (o
build a house, but that tins balance
would not bo duo until the contract
was cortifiod by the architect to be
completed, and tho conditions woro
not fulfilled until December 1. His
Honor found that the debt of garni
shee to defendant did not mature
until two days aftor tho service of
tho garnishee process. Jlo therefore
discharged tho garnishee. C. W.
Ashford for plaintiff; Thurston &
Frear for garnishee.
When on a visit to Iowa, Mr. IC.
Dolton, of Lurny, Uussoll County,
Kansas, called at tho laboratory of
Chamberlain it Co., Dos Moines, to
show them his six year old boy,
whoso life had been savod by Olmm
borlain's Cough Ifomedy, it having
cured him of a very severe attack of
oroup. Mr. Dalton is certain that it
saved his boy's life and is enthus
iastic in his praise of tho Homcdy.
For sale by all dealers. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agents, for tho Hawai
Wednesday, Dec. 7, 1892.
Tlio Assembly camo to order for
prayer at '.) o'clock. l?oll call and
reading of tho minutes of tho pre
At 9:25, a motion was made that a
recess lie had until 1:30 o'clock.
The Clerk read an answer from
the Justices of the Supremo Court
in ro tho request for an opinion as to
tho necessity of tho signature of tho
Sovereign to Constitutional amend
ments. Tho unanimous decision of
tlio Justices is as follows:
Di:iutTMi:xT ov Tim JrmmiiY,
Honolulu, December 0, 1892.
To tho Legislature of tho Hawaiian
Tho Justices of the Supremo Court
havo received from Your Ilonorablo
Body tlio following resolution:
"Resolved that tlio opinion of tho
Justices of tho Supremo Court be
requested upon the following ques
"When a proposed amendment to
tho Constitution has passed tho
Legislature at two consecutive ses
sions as required by Article 82 of tho
Constitution, does it take effect aud
become incorporated in tho Consti
tution without tho signature of tho
Sovereign, or is such loyal signature
essential to give it eHect."
Article 82 of tho Constitution is as
follows: "Airy amendment or amend
ments to this Constitution may bo
proposed in tho Legislature and if
tho siune shall be agreed to by a
majority of tho members thereof,
such proposed amendment or amend
ments shall bo ontored or its jour
nal, with the yeas and nays taken
thereon, and referred to tho noxt
Legislature; which proposed amend
ment or amendments shall bo pub
lished for three months previous to
tho next election of Representatives
and Nohloa; and if in tho noxt
Legislature such proposed amend
ment or amendments shall bo agreed
to by two-thirds of all tho mombors
of tho Legislature, such amendment
or amendments shall become part, of
the Constitution of this Kingdom."
Thoro being no words in tlio Arti
cle requiring the signature ol tdie
Sovereign to an amendment to the
Constitution before it shall become
valid, the question arises, is there
anything requiring it in other parts
of tlio Constitution or in tlio Laws.
We find nothing. Article IS, which
provides for the royal signature to
bills, tho royal veto and tho neces
sary vote to pass a bill over tho veto,
does not apply to amendments to
the Constitution. Tho paper em
bodying such a proposed amend
ment is not a bill. It does not re
quire publication after it is finally
passed as is tho case with tho laws,
nor a delay of ton days on tho Island
of Oahu and thirty days on tho
othor islands before taking effect.
(Civil Codo, Sections 1,2,3 and J.)
Although the legislative power is
vested in tho Sovoroign and tho
Legislature by Article 11, this pro
vision does not conflict with or add
to Article 82. It clearly rofors to
tho law making power alone, many
other powers being exorcised ly tho
l-ogislaturo without a 113' participa
tion therein ny tho sovereign.
Wo find that Article 80 of tho
Constitution of 186-1 corresponds
substantially with Article 82 of tho
present Constitution, with ono ox
coptiou, which is, that after a pro
posed amendment to tho Constitu
tion has passed tlio Legislature, it
must "recoivo the approval of tho
King before it can take oll'ect as a
part of the Constitution. Tho
absence of this requirement from
tlio present Constitution is signifi
cant of tho intention of "those pro
paring it, that the .power of amend
ing it should be solol- in tho Legis
lature. The meaning of tho Constitution
is clear, as wo find it in its wording,
that the people alone through their
Legislature shall havo jurisdiction
to change or add to its provisions,
untraininelod and unhindered by
We therefore reply to tho ques
tion submitted to us, that when a
proposed amendment to tlio Consti
tution has passed the Legislature as
provided in Article 82, if takes olfect
and becomes a part of the Constitu
tion without tlio signature of tho
Very respectfully submitted,
A. 1 Juihj,
Kick. F. Hickuhtox,
Saniohu B. Doli:.
Hop. Kauealii ollbred. a resolution
that tho Secretary bo allowed fifty
days aftor adjournment, to complete
Ins record ol tho proceedings of tho
Hep. Kalinin moved that bill No.
91, relating to Wailuku Water Works,
be taken from tho table and referred
to the Judiciary Committee.
Tlio Clerk stated that the com
mittee had recoived tho bill from
him 011 July 22ud.
Hep. Smith from tho Judiciary
Committee said that the bill had not
been passed to him by his predeces
sor. Hero tho matter ended.
lop. Smith gave notice of a moot
ing of tho Judiciary Committee at
his ollico this evening at 7 o'clock.
At '.1:15, the Order of the Day be
ing moved, tho Appropriation Bill
camo up for consideration. The
first item was the reconsidered item,
Salary of Harbor Master.
Hop. Wilder moved that tho salary
pass, for t ho period, at Jr'ISOOO. The
ollico was one that did not require a
bill to bo passed to indicate tho
hours of labor, for the duties of tho
ollico often required tho incumbent
to be at work before sunrise and af
Noble .Maibdon considered that if
tho salary was increased it would bo
an injustice to othor Government
employees. Ho did not doubt
that tho harbor master was an
honest and efficient man, but the
salary of $5000 was onough for tho
Itcp. Smith spoko of tho necessity
of having an experienced and reli
able man in tho position on account
of tho expected increase in tho com
morco of the port. Ho favored tho
After considerable discussion an
aye and nay vote was taken on tho
proposed increase viz., ?(')000. Lost,
21 to 15.
The itom then passed at $5200.
The item of Safari of Deputy At-tornoy-Gonoral
was made to read
?(!332, as also that of the Marshal.
Tho item of Back pay Portuguese
Interpreter and Translator was
changed to road $000.
The iloins under the Bureau of
Education woro now considered, viz.:
Salary Assistant, Clerk, ,$3000.
On motion of Noble Mnrsden the
itom passed nt $3200.
Mossongor and Book Clerk, $1800.
Support of English, Hawaiian and
Common Schools, SIGO.OOO.
Tho Ministor of Finance moved
that tho item pass at 103,972.01.
Noble Marsdon said that tho Board
of Education desired that tho itom
pass at .?180,000 and ho promised to
mention thoir desire. Ho, howovor,
did not advocate tho amount being
passed. If tho funds woro increased
tho Board would continue to employ
foreign teachers instead of Hawaii
an?. Ho considered that it would
bo bolter to keep the amount down
rathor than to increase it.
A motion to pass at $105,000 was
A motion to pass at $104,000 was
Hop. Smith presented a report
from the Sanitary Committee recom
mending that an item, Aid to Kapio-
lani Maternity Home, 2100, bo taken
from Section 2 and nisortod in Sec
tion 1, and that it pass at that
amount. Report adopted.
Tho Ministor of Interior reported
that tho Queen had signed tho fol
lowing bills, viz: 1, To confer power
on Board of.Hoprosontatiyes of Fire
Department' to have control of
funds. 2, To ainond law to facilitate
tho segregation of lopors. 3, To
validate railroad mortgages. 4, To
punish tho uso of obseono language,
xt 11, 011 motion, recess was had
until 1:30 p. 111.
Monday evening at St. Andrew's
Cathedral Mr. llorbort Garstin, a
popular resident of Kauai, was unit
ed in marriage to Miss Maud Knud
son, daughter of Hon. Valdomar
and Mrs. Knudson. Tho coroinony
tool; place 111 fat. Andrew s Uatho
dral, where a brilliant assemblage
witnessed it. Her Majesty the
Queen and His Excellency Governor
Cleghorn occupied tho royal pew.
Hor Majesty was attended 1)3 Major
tho Hon. J. W. Kobortson, Cham
berlain, and Mrs. Chas. B. Wilson,
lady-in-waiting. Tho brido entered
tho Cathedral leaning on the arm of
hor father, and was mot at tho chan
cel by tho bridegroom and his best
man, Mr. Aug. Knudson, tho organ
ist, Wray Taylor, playing tho Swed
ish Wedding March. Miss Mario
von Holt and Miss Ethel Wodo
houso woro the bridesmaids Tho
Rev. Alox. Mackintosh united tho
happy couple, tho responses being
very audible. Tho floral decorations'
confined to tho yluuicel woro unique.
Tlio newly-married loft tho Cathe
dral to tho strains of Mendelssohn's
Wedding March. Mr. and Mrs.
Garstin leave next week on tho mail
steamer for California, where thoy
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to call and inspect our Christmas
stock comprising art and fancy
goods of all sorts. Store open Satur
day ovonings. Kino Bros.
A friend is a bank of credit on
which wo can draw supplies of confi
dence, counsel, Hympatfiy, help and
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE.
rpjIEKE WILI, ItK A MKKT1.NO OK
JL the Honolulu Chamber of Commerce
in their room TO-MOUKOW (Tlinr-nluv)
JIOKXINO, the 8th Inst., at 10 o'clock.
A full attendance desired.
.1. If. ATHKKTOX,
DUIUXO MY TKMI'OKAHY All-r-cucu
from thH Kingdom, Mr. Wal
ter M. Oillard will net for 1110 under nouur
of attornev. W'M. C). IKW1X.
Honolulu, Dee. 7, 18'J'-'. fill.-'Jv
DU1UXC1 THK TKMI'OKAHY Alt
Honeo of our Mr. Win. (I. Irwin from
the KlnploMi, Mr. K. 1. Hpalding will nut
for our llank under power of attorney.
CLAU8 Sl'KKt'KKLB H CO.
Honolulu, Deo. 0, lS'.r.'. (HM-lw
rpiIK UNDlJllSKlN'I') HA VI. NO
X bought out the interest of Mow Sing,
who are about to leave for ('hiuu, in tho
Xow Model Kestiiurtmt, will not bu ren
potitdble for any debtH eontrncted by tho
SKU BIXO CO.
Honolulu, Dee. 7, I8UJ. 5!U-'lt
DUUINU THK TKMI'OKAHY All
seneo of Win. (1. Irwin, l'reaident
and Manager of Win. tl. Irwin x U,, li'il,
W. J I. (lill'ard, Trea-mrer and Soerotary,
will attend to aud perforin the duties of
the llrst mentioned ollleer.
President Win. (J. Irwin A tlo., L'd.
Honolulu. Dee. 7, lbti.. WW-iw
rpiIK UNDKKSK1NKD, OHOCIC LOOK,'
JL having bought the one-sixth Interest
or tilmro ot Ken Tin In the Bun Hop King
Company, taro planters at Million, to bu
paid for 011 Haturday, Deo. 10, l!rj, gives
notice that ho will not bo responsible for
any debts eoutraetod by tho wild Sen Tin
prior to that date.
Honolulu, Deo, II, 1S!. -lt
his interest in
buildings and lease on lleretania
Htieet from Kahalekul et al, to tho iindur-
blgued, Kulil Wing Uhong will pay all hlu
outstanding debts In regard to bald pro
port v, the sale to take ell'eet from Decem
ber7, IS!).'. OAN C1IONO,
Honolulu, Dee. .'I, 1MU. 6!RMw
The Daily Jiulletln in delivered by
carriers far fi() ! per month.
SECOND AUCTION SALE
Staple Holiday Goods!
llv order of Mku.. II. HArKlT.1,11 ,t
CO., 1 will hold mi Auction Hnlc of
Liquor, ill my Snlosrooni,
On THURSDAY, Dec. 8th,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M.,
Tho nsor,tniunt connirisos
Irish & Scotch Whiskies
imAxi)ii:s, cm .vs.
Port awl Sherry Wiiies,
OLAltKT mid KlllSKWIXl'S,
QuiirH and l'ilitx;
All Good olll-red will bo olil and
several i-oiiMlgiimunt.H mutt be eloped out
nt iniv price... ,
' . -. r' i
Jas. 37 Morgan,
fiilUlt auction i:ku.
Third Sale of the Series!
Our First Evenitiff Sale
TAKES I'l.ACE OX
' Deo. 1 Otli,
A.T V O'CLOCK,
When will bo Mild a .splendid line of VINE
(IOODS, comprising in part
DI.AC'IC AND COl.OltEi)
Merinos & Cashmeres,
Woolen ir Cotton Dres-, floods,
Full Line of White Dress Goods,
I)res l'lanncls. Linen Dress (iood-,
Victoria A llisbop's, Lawns,
Xun's Yelling, Muslins,
Pongee, Plain, Colored & Figured
SATINS & SILKS,
Silk I'lush A- Velvets,
Linen it Cotton Lawns,
A Large Lino of
Children's Ureses, Hosiery,
White & Fancy Shirts,
And a complete assortment of
Kanev Table Cloths,
Linen Towels it XupUins,
I.ni'o Cm tain-,
. " -JilXKX & "COTTON, SHEKTINC1,
A Large Assortment of
The above conmrises an Kleuaut
Lino of Xnw CinniiH, aiyl will bo .-old re
gardless of eost; this given an unusual
opportunity to ohlnln Pino Goods at a
t&r- flood h
at 1 o'elonk. i-.
ItKi.i, lllTKLKI'HONKS Muiu.u. Ill
O J A JLj
At McKiiiley Prices!
Departure Bay Coal
&1S -A. 'T03ST!
IV Delivered to any part of Honolulu
HUSTACE & CO.
Xn. lit uu
A. CHOICE LOT OF
Singing Canary Birds !
Just lteeelveil ux H. K.
-KOU BALK (UlKAl KY -
LEWIS J. LEVEY.
.stliiL- Heading Mutter.
J uinlisof IfUerosting Keadlng Mutter,
IUUUUU WJ iUIUlB" WUIIHIVOfW
.11. I'i.. t A .... r..m.trluLi -iK
What about 20 yards of
What about H yards
What about Toys? Sco
What about Hosiery foi
Who woulcLbe pleased to
Who sells for Cash? LEW.
Who is the 111:111 for hard times, anyway?
Fort Street, - -
Thanksgiving and Xmas I
A Herd oi Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food1
KOIt THE I'AST
ElegeLxrt Condition for t,lie Table !
Wo do hot oiler Skeleton Ilirds for sale at $t M a piece, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed a.n.ci Iced If IDesireci
AND DKL1VKUKD T11K MOIEXIXO OK OAY KOU USK
V& Live Weight of ISirdb varying from 12 to -0 lbs. -iWk
IPrioes to Suit Everybody!
FOR SALE JJY
HENRY DAVIS & CO..
IO Fort, Street,
N. S. SACHS
104 Ifort Street, HConolul-a.
Ifnvf you nt'm the Xrw I'onuni
Have you xeen the Night Uownx
Have you ?en the
Sitrhn' Store 1
Hare, you Keen the. Manmiuetuire
Pair ut Saehu' Store T
Have iiiii xeen
the Sew Silk
Do 11)1 know that the Latest Novelties and
I'iravx be found at Saehs' Store f
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
11Y LAST STKAMKK A VVA, LINK OF
BLACK G-OODS I
Illack Casluuero I'J-iueh wide, M) tents per
yard and upwards,
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lllaek ('alien in l'laln ami Kigured.
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Calico for $1 V Sue LEVY
of "White Cotton for $1 V Sec
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SIX MONTHS IX
for tlie Hawaiian Islands.'
Swilim at N. .?. Suchn' Store t
that are teUiiujJ'or $J,0( at litichx'i
tcw Art tiilki for Drapes and Fancy Work at,
Ihitlresited L'iil U laves or $l.iU n
Striped and I'ulka Dot Chutleu all
Most Stylish Hoods can
illaek, Cotton, Bilk and Kid (Doves in nil
lllaek Bloeklngs for I-ndies and Children.
Jlluek Bilk Wnrii Henrlette Cloths,
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