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BY C. J. I.Y0NB.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Firo Polico will moot this
Diamond Hond, 8 p. m. Woathor,
mining; wind, light west.
G. Sohumnn offora two lino vohi
clos for salo a cutuudor surroy find
a Frazior road cart.
It is reported that thirty-thrco
mombora ol tho lato Hawaiian baud
will go to tho World's Fair.
Attention is directed to tho list of
additions to tho January card of tho
Hawaiian Boll Tolophouo Co.
The Ministor of tho Interior an
nounces a sale of loaso of Govorn
mont land in Hilo on March 8.
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5 50 3 40
Lust Quarter of tho Moon on tlio 8th at Oh.
Tlmo Whistle Wow sat lh. 28m. 34s. p.m. Ot
Honolulu tiinf, which lg tho samo as l'ili. 0m.
0a. p.m. of Giconwlcli tlmo.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
TUESDAY, FEB. 7, 1893.
Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Schr Luka, from Hamakua
Stmr W Q Hall from Maui and Hawaii
Kailipaka, charged with larcony
of gold watches, was remanded in
tho District Court until Tuesday.
Tho Union steamship Monowai
will bo duo from tho Colonies on
routo to San Francisco to-morrow
Thoro voro two arrests to-day of
inebriates for safe-keeping a potty
ofllcor from tho U. S. Boston and a
Disruption of a Prayer Meeting
. With Political Dynamite,
A Visitor Miscalculates Hawaiian Eoellng
Tuesday, Feb. 7.
Stmr Waialealo for Lahaina and Hama
kua Stmr Mikahala for Kauai
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr Lchua for Hamakua
Schr Mahimahi for Waialua and Waianae
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Likelike,
Jan 0 Mrs L von Tompsky and family.
Mrs von Tempskv and 'Deputy-Marshal
For Hamakua. per stmr Waialeale, Jan 7
Foreign Vessels Expected.
TJ S S Monowai, Carey, from the Colonies,
due Feb 9
B S Mariposa, Hayward, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 10th
Am bk C D Bryant, Jacobson, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10th
Am bktno S Q Wilder, Grifliths, from San
Francisco, due Feb 0th
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penballow,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am 4-mstd schr Puritan, from Newcastle,
Qer bark H Hackfeld from Liverpool, now
Haw bk Lady Lampson from Newcastle,
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, NSW
Br bk Tacora from Liverpool, due Jan 30
Captain Cook Lodgo, Sous of St.
Goorgo, initiated sovoral now mem
bers at its regular weekly mooting
Owing to tho muddy condition of
tho streets tho U. S. cruiser Boston's
mon confine themselves to'gatling
gun drill in tho yard of Camp Bos
ton. Mr. H. H. Williams and Mrs. S. L.
Osborno wore married by tho Kov.
Dr. Bockwith at tho residence of tho
brido, yesterday ovoning. Tho coro
mony was private, only a few friends
It is a curious coincidence that tho
initials aro tho samo, B. F. D., of
Mr. B. F. Dillingham, general mana
ger, and Mr. B. F. Domson, superin
tendent, of tho Oahu Railway and
Nothing more has boon hoard of
tho boat race between tho Healaui
and Myrtle crows for the champion
ship. As the date named for tho
contest is at hand tho clubs ought
to get a move on.
Deputy - Marshal Chilliugworth
loft on the steamer Likelike yester
dav for Hawaii with an order to ar
rest C. Snoyd-Kynnorsley of Kohala,
for alleged defying of tho authority
of tho Provisional Government. .
There was a fall in milk yesterday
afternoon. A milk wagon belonging
to the Woodlawn Dairy broke down
near tho plains and gallons of milk
wore spilt in the muddy road. Tho
milkman had to go back to tho dairy
to replenish lus cans.
Tom Onokoa, hackuian, pleaded
guilty in tho District Court this
morning of pla3-ing cho fa and was
sentenced to pay a line ol ifcu. U.
Keawe also pleaded guilty on tho
same charge and was sentoucod to
pay a line of $15.
Lain See was tried in the District
Court this morning for having opium
unlawfully in possession. See was
arrested at Palolo on Fob. 1st by
oiheors who were after cue la game
sters. He was found guilty and
sentenced to pay a fine of SG0. Appeal
Vessels in Fort.
USB Boston, AViltso, from Hilo
H I J M S Kon-EO, Tashiro, from San
Am bk Coylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
cisco Brit bk Scottish Wizard, from Newcastle,
Bktno Hilo, Ballister, from Newcastle,
Haw bk Loahi, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco, 4-masted schooner Carrier Dove from Na
Am bktno J Smith from Newcastle, N S W
Am ship Eclipse, Peterson, from Nanaimo
The fonr:masted schooner W. F. Witzo
man is docked near the Oceanic wharf,
The four-masted schooner Aloha was
towed over to the Pacific Mail dock yester
day evening to discharge iior cargo of gen
The island schooners were unable to
erly winds. The Luka was towed into port
to sea to-day owing to the prevailing south
erly winus. xne ivUKa m
by tho tug this morning,
WILLIAMS-OSBOUNE In Honolulu, on
February 0. 1803. by tho Hov. Dr. Bock
with, H. H. Williams to -Mrs. S. L. Osborne.
Boot Boor on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After shavintr ubo Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLonnan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Tolophouo 682.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
mouth 25c. ami 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Joseph V. Dory, of Warsaw, 111.,
was troubled with rheumatism and
tried a number of different remedies,
but says nouo of them soomed to do
him any good, but finally ho got
hold of one that speodily cured him.
Ho was much pleased with it, and
felt suro that others similarly nlliiot
ed would like to know what tho
remedy was that cured him. Ho states
for tho benoiit of the public that it
is called Chamborlaiu's Fain Balm,
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith it Co., Agonts for tho Hawai
Tho short rainstorm during tho
noon hour caused tho streams to rise
considerably. Near tho Fish Market
fowls and pigs wore soon struggling
in tho wator and natives jumped and
caught them. Thoy had no doubt
been carried away from tho banks of
the stream near Smith's bridge.
At tho monthly mooting ot tho
Pioneer Building and Loan Associa
tion last night, tho sum of $1200 was
loaned to tho highest bidders in
small lots. It brought a premium
of $1.85 a share, the highest yet paid
for loans in tho Association. Tho
sixth series of stock in tho Associa
tion is now being issued.
Tho Scottish Thistle Club for a
year past has had tho moat compre
hensive files of foreign newspapers
and periodicals on its tables of any
reading room in Honolulu. At last
night's meeting a subscription list
was started for tho ensuing year's
supplies of reading matter. An auc
tion sale of a few colored pictures
and engravings issued with holiday
numbers of English papers realized
about $7 for the fund. Another sale
to include tho beautiful supplements
of the Art Journal will bo hold at
next mooting. Tlia-Club is going to
have a Scotch dinner next Monday
evening, in honor of tho Burns anni
versary whose celebration was post
poned from January 25 owing to
martial law. At last night's moot
ing Capt. Eo?s and Second Mato
McKouzio of tho bark Scottish
Wizard tho lattor a thorough Lon
doner despite his Scotch naine and
an Amorican bluojackot officer who
didn't give his uamo sang in tho con-
cort that always follows business.
The Wrong Man.
When tho stoamor Australia ar
rived yesterday a detail of polico
inon were waiting to arrest Dr. Lafa
yette Colo, who is wanted in Seattle
aud this city on n chorgo of passing
forgod chocks, and was thought to
bo on board the stoamor.
A man resembling tho wanted doc
tor was placed under arrest, but
when photographs woro produced
lie was found not to bo th6 man.
Apologies followed and the victim
of mistaken identity was sot free.
.V. I Call,. luu. 12.
Tho members of tho little native
church at Kapuukolo near tho Fish
Market hold thoir regular prayer
mooting yestorday evening. As is
usual at thoso mootings a subject
was nronosod for discussion nmoutr
monibers. Tho subject was, "Whether
it is right to worship two Godst"
Argumont was going along peace
fully when Mr. Jos. Emorson ontorod
tho church aud, after listening a lit
lp while, asked to bo allowed to take
part in tho discussion. Mr. E. was
given permission and spoko for somo
time, hnally bringing in tho nanio of
tho dethroned Queen and reflecting
on hor career. Among othor romarks
ho is said to have roforrod to stories
that tho Queon was in tho habit of
consulting kahunas regarding hor
chances for restoration to tho throne.
Somo of tho congregation arose in
a body and demanded that Mr. E.
close his mouth or ho would bo sum
marily removed. S. Knloa, a native
preacher, then addressed tho meet
ing, saying that a committoo of
church members had had communi
cation and mcotings with hor Maj
esty duriug a joar past, and she had
told them emphatically she did not
believe in kahunas. Now horo came
a foreigner and told them that sho
was harboring them. Who would
thoy believe, this man or thoir com
mittee, who has been in constant
communication with tho Queen?
Mr. E. asked all who woro in favor
of tho Queon returning to tho throno
to stand up. All stood up with tho
exception of five, ono a clerk in tho
oflico of tho Board of Missions.
Kaloa again interfered and asked
who dethroned tho Queen, was it her
people? Another, did Mr. E. con
sider that tho members ot the Coun
cil, where not a singlo Hawaiian was
presont, represented tho people?
Tho argument became not and
finally Mr. Emorson retired and Ka
loa hold the fort.
A committoo from tho Church has
an advertisement in a nativo paper
calling on all tho members to pray
to God for tho restoration of tho
Tho foregoing report was gather
ed by our roportor from sovoral nativo
Hawaiians who was at tho mooting.
Somo of tho statements said to have
been made by Mr. Emorson have
boon eliminated on tho strength of
his emphatic denial that ho uttered
them. A representative of tho
Bulletin gained an intorviow with
Mr. Emorson to obtain his side of
tho story, which is given bolow:
STATEMENT OF MR. EMERSON.
"I did not pronounco my own
opinion I simply drew them out.
Thoro was a noisy discussion and
BOino loft tho room.
"No, I was not threatened to bo
turned otit. I said if my remarks
gavo offonso I should sit down. I
shook hniuls with ovoryono who hnd
not loft tho room. My question was,
'Shall wo join with Alapni to pray
for tho restoration of tho Queon'
"Dr. Emorson, who was also pres
ont, triod to conciliate tho pooplo.
Ho told thorn it was right for thorn
to pray for tho lato Queen's welfare.
Thoy should'pray for her soul.
"Yes, I took a voto. Thoro woro
fivo who voted against joining with
Alapai aud throo in favor of doing
so, but most of thoso presont at tho
tiino refrained from voting. Tho
quostiou was hot whether thoy
thought tho Quoou should bo re
stored, but whether it was right to
join in a movement to that end with
Mr. Emorson, in answer to a quos
tiou, admitted that results showed
it was injudicious to have introduced
tho question of restoration at all.
Hadliokuown thnt it would have
awakened so much feeling, ho said,
ho would havo abstained from ques
tioning tho people in the mauuor
Felonious Branding Case Tho Fodro
Brothers Get Off With Costs.
Tho trial before Judgo Whiting,
and by a nativo jury, of Lukela Ka
aimanu's appeal from conviction of
folouious branding boforo'tlft) Koo
lauloa magistrate, which began yos
tordaj' afternoon, was still on at noon
Tho triangular quarrel of Tom,
Potor aud Sam Pedro, throo brothers
of Kalihi, came to a judicial conclu
sion at tho term this morning. Thoro
woro two cases ono 'against Tom
aud Potor jointly and tho othor
against Sam tho charge in each ono
being assault aud battery. The Uov
ornmont dropped tho prosecution on
condition that defendants pay tho
costs of tho Circuit Court, $3.50
oach. A report of tho fraternal bat
tle that brought the trio before tho
Polico Court appeared in this paper.
E. E. Carey will appear to plead
to an indictment for libel, alleged to
havo boon committed against Dr.
Harrisou, at U:'U) o'clock to-morrow.
Defendant desires to plead and havo
tho caso continued, as ho intends
leaving for tho Coast within a fow
Shortly after 3 o'clock tho jury
rendered a verdict of guilty, two
Tho next caso was Tho Queen vs.
J. H. Kana, assault and battery, ap
peal from Honolulu District Courtw
Kaneakua for dofondant.
ForThroat and Lungs
' I have been ill for
Hemorrhage "about five years,
"have had the best
Fluo Years, "medical advice,
"and I took the first
"lose in some doubt. This result
"edin a few hours easy sleep. There
1 ' was no further hemorrhage till next
"day, when Iliad n slight attack
" which stopped almost immediate
"ly. By the third day all trace of
"blood had disappeared and I had
"recovered much strength. The
"fourth day I sat up in bed and ate
"my dinner, the first solid food for
"two months. Since that time I
"have gradually gotten better and
"am now able to move about the
"house. My death was daily ex
"pected and my recovery has been
" a great surprise to my friends aud
"the doctor. There can be no doubt
"about the effect of German Syrup,
"as I had an attack just previous to
"its use. The only relief was after
"the first dose." J.R. Loughhbad,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
OummlnQ' Blook, Fort Street.
"W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Just Received Ex "Australia"
Lawn Tennis Rackets, 8 JO to $0.
" " JVes, full court.
Tops, ,rw. to 10c.
Croquet Sets, $1.,i0 to $12.
Rave Ralls, 10c. to $lf0.
Rase Rail Rats, 10c. to 90c.
Masks, $1 to $'t.
Catcher's Ghvei, oOc. to $7iO.
A LA.11G1: ASSOI1TMKNT OF
Children's Picture Books
Pocket Knives & Scissors,
mix ANii uMri.i:n: link of
pimjuui BVfiai uSICBmQM vJm Mil WPMff f rMtfcjrfl p?t?5y.fL rlB
f.5, f. I'-CiL.-Z.iT-r-yrB' -jrtnnyy, - '" .1 ,&
.iff t - r - f Y
M. & D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
Lloyal li'isli Linen Stationery
CO centt a month,
Inaocts in Music.
Tho tones of insects, as well us tho
songs of birds, havo been reduced to
musical notation. Gardiner, in his
"Music of Nature." tell us that tho
kuut hums in tho note A on tho
boeond space; tho doath-wuteh ouIIh,
as thu owl hoots, in 1J lint; tho buz,
of n beohivo is in V; that of tho
house lly K in tho first Hpacuj the
bumble boo in on octavo lower; tho
ewk-ohofor J) bolow tho lino. The
Vounj Sporltmun, Albion, N, Y,
In answer to questions Mr. Emor
son gavo in substance tho following
account of tho mooting aud his part
"I had boon asked by somo of tho
people to visit thoir meetings. When
I wont to tho mooting last night I
sat for some timo listening to tho
discussion. Then I asked if thoy
would like mo to spoalc on tuo rela
tions of Christians with tho mon
archy, and thoy said thoy would.
"I began by tolling of the differ
ence botwoon tho Hawaiians and tho
natives of othor groups, such as tho
Marquesas. In thoso islands tribal
wars on sinclo islands woro com
mon, whilo in tho early times of tho
Hawaiian Islands oach island had
its own king. Thoro woro human
sacrifices on thoso islands, but not
for tho purpose of eating tho vic
tims. An advance was made when
all the islands woro brought under
tho single rulo of'Kainohamoha I.
"In tho timo of Kamohamoha II.,
I told thorn, another great advance
was made when Queen Kaahumanu,
aided by hor priest, throw oil tho
shackles of tho tabu und caused tho
idols to bo renounced. Then, until
Lot (Kamohamoha V.) became King,
thoro was a poriod free from tho old
system. Lot begun a courso of re
turning to tho ancient superstitions.
"With tho exception of tho briof
roign of Lunulilo, I said, down
through the roign of Liliuokalani
thoro was a disposition to return to
heathen customs. Thoy agreed with
mo that Knlakaua had gouoback to
ward tho ancient superstitions. 1
mentioned tho time when Kauna
mano in presence of King Knlakaua
at Kniluu advocated a return to the
old gods. 1 said 1 had heard stories
about Queen Liliuokalani's having
sacrificed pigs to Polo at tho Vol
cauo, and thoy probably know whe
ther thoso stories woro true, and
thoy did not deny thoir truth.
"Is it truo, 1 then asked, that J.
W. Alapai was circulating 11 petition
to have a day of fasting and prayer
for the restoration of tho Queen?
Thoy answered yes. Is it true that
Alapai claims to havo n unihipili
(familiar spirit), and that his wife is
the kahu (priostoss) of that spi
Thoy suid yes. Is it truo that Alapai
is a confo&bod heathen who is at tho
same timo a mini 111 ivnuuiaiapui
church? To thoso questions thoy an
swered iu tho uilirmutivo.
"Thou, 1 asked, what should bo
tho attitude of Christum people to
ward this day of fasting and prayer?
Aro wo to join in with a limn who is a
pronounced heat lieu and mnko no
distinction between thoso who aro
pronounced opponents of heathen
iKiu and thoho who practice it? Shall
wo join with Alapai for tho return of
the Queen to tlio throne? Gnu wo
A hale old man, Mr. Jas. Wilson,
of Aliens Springs, 111., who is over
GO years of age, sas: "I havo in nvy
timo tried a groat many medicines,
somo of oxcollont quality; but novor
boforo did I find any that would so
completely do all that is claimed for
it as Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Keinody. It is truly
a wonderful medicine. ' Eor sale by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agonts for tho Hawaiian Islands.
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION 1
THU RKGULAU MONTHLY MKET
ing of the Fire l'olire will be held
THIS (Tuesiluy) KVEN1NU, Feb. 7,
at their New Hull, corner Hotel anil Fort
htreets, at 7 o'clock sharp. The uttendiuice
of everv member is rcoue-tcil.
Full Bound Blank Books
At San KraucNco Prices
Blank Books & Office Supplies
Don't neclect vour colds
when you can cet a year's protec
tion for 50 cents. Don't endure
catarrh wncn you can cure it
easily and pleasantly for half a
From Senior Burgeon to
tlio Central Loudon Throat & Ear
Hospital. London, Ung. : "lnlmlvrt
Menthol checks In aninnner lmrdly
less than marvelous ncutu colds In
tho head. I prescribe Cusluuan'u
Menthol Inhaler to tho oxtcnt ol
frilrcU. TvP,Vn." "". .R.!na'
111s, r(. 1.; - 1110 jiieuiuni muaier
Is tho Rienlcst remedy for olearlnir
the heart of a cold that I ever anw."
Norton A. Smith. Peru.
Ohio: "Iiayo been troubled with
catarrh for many years, but never
found anything that gavomu relief
rav t iiiuin uoucnLjmir jieniuoi innaior
fJ jfi j Hit works like a clmrm."
LltSl'M It's neat, clean, pleasant to
KSHSJuse, convenient to carry, costs
50 cents and lasts a year. A trial would
Beware 01 counterfeits.
Three ItIerH, BHculK'm.
HOLLISTER & GO.
Mutual Telephone Co.
THi: FOLLOWING Is'LW STATIONS
have been added to thu list of sub
scribers since issuing tho last curd. Sub
scribers will please make changes accord
ingly and add tho same to their list:
19 Allen fc Koblnson (Coal Yard)
(W I-ovy, M. S.
14D Palaoo Ico Cream Parlors
IDS Wideninnu Carl, res
174 Kngino House No. 5.
lSl Monsorrnt, W. T., V. S.
1S7 Kaulu'a, H. res
231 Chang Kim, res
257 Lau Wul (Chinese Theutre)
tail Wallace, Chas. res
258 Japanese Consul-General
'ill More, Kolit. res
IKIU King St. Hack Stand
31(1 King St. Hack Stand Stables
.'Wl-Circiilt Court (Arion Hull)
3!X Quo Kim, res
UM-Kon-co, II. I. J. M. Ship
Mil WodehoUHO, Jr., J. II. res
4( runups, ai. res
41 W Nawuakoa, Geo.
47(jVong Tai I'oon, (ChiuuMs Theatre)
4b3 Kvuns, T. H. res
401 Mahelona. Mrs. Sain, res
500 Colburn, J. F. (l'cnrl City)
5-17 ltoid, H. C. res
511 Japanese Stoie, King struut
570 Mahuulu, A. S. rex
681 Kinloy, O. 11. res
5.slt-Kohoflo. K. J.
68!) Naka, T.
(Iltl Ashley, W. G. res
(J78 lislie, V. L. res
708 Camp lloston.
Pure & Fresl Machine-made Poi
In iiuautitios to suit privato families or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.,
Cor. Queen and Alakea sts.
Fort. Street, - Honolulu, H. I.
i2 BUILDERS HARDWARE GENERAL
, O. Ilox 4K!.
Bell Telepliono 538.
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A full As-ortiiieut to Suit the Vuriou- Demand.
STEEL PLOWS, Mjdw e;,far ,ffid VVork
Cultivator's Cane Knives,
nous, siiovr.Ls, kokks, mattocks, ktc.
Carpenters', Blacksmiths' and Machinists' Tools,
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l'AINTS and OILh, ltltCSHLS, GI
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E& It is not pO"sille to list everything we have. If there Is
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treated. No tumble to show goods.
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mnku common uutmu with a liuullumT
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT A MKKTINO OK THU 1'OHTU
gueso Mutual Ilenuvolent Soeletv of
Hawaii at their Hall, on the iltl of Jan
uary, tho Klectloii of Ollieerrt for the eur
rent yuar held on tint nth of January anil
HlncoadvoitlKMl, was ihelared void ami 11
new eketion ordered on tlio 2llth nf Jan
uary: at Mild election on tlio Slth of Jan-
........ .1... fj.M.k.i Int. dllli'nrs wiirii fllllv
rjj elected to nerve for the current ivur:
V, A.Dias . . .. resident,
A. 1 Meduiros . . . .Vlcu-1'rosident,
M.d. bllvu .Secretary,
J. 1'. Ulan . .iieamirer.
lid Mill IU' IHIILUlflltN,
M. A. (ioiiHiilvt'H, I'. P. Ilrunco, J. 1 Hod
rlguen, A. C. I'wttunu, J. J' Cabral.
IKIAItl) III UI'ITOllX.
O. Tenjuira, M. Mi nun. T. H. 'Iran.
LMiiula. J. O. bllvn, J. A. OoiiBalves.
M. O. Hll.VA,
fpl!VWKJKI.Y iiiii.MfripjJ coir
1 iimimol InturiHtliiB UwidliiK MatUr.
luluiidMt; mulled to forolgu countries, &,
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
021.1m Cor. Fort it Hotel sts.
Honolulu Carriage Co.
- IIOTH 'JT.L. No. .TV.
Stand: Corner Fort & Merchant Sts.
Hacks tan bo had at any hour of the day
up to VI o'clock at night, on term
to mitt tho tlllU'3.
Hacks Nos, 33, 45, 62, G3, G7, 70, 73. 97, 190
EDWIN A. JONEB
Hun opened an oluVo for trniiMirtlng all
business in connection with
Trusts, Purchase and Salo oi Bonds,
Stock and Real Estate,
And in prepared to Audit Accounts,
Ollleo: No, -12 Merchant street, ollice lately
occupied by thu lutu Joua. Austin.
1. O. llox M.
B. IF1. EHLERS & GO.
S3 FORT STREET.
AITLU TAKINO STOCK ALL KINDS OF
Curtains iu White, Gream aud Colored !
At half the former cost.
" "Velvet c& Sm.yr:n.L P2.-u.gs
In all nizch gieatly reduced.
Woolen GoodS in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
In fact we oiler liuinciikc Bargains iu all Departments.
E5T Dressmaking Under tho Management of HISS K. (JLAIIK. j2
DAILY AND WLLKLY
Loadinu Journals iu tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holonma,"
I lias tile Lireei-t I 'in uhitlon on the Island
Is tlie nest an ilium lor
Mn. Tikis, K. Natiumii. will r.eeivoall
udeitlciucuti iiml tiaiiMict all liubliu'cs
MT"0iiii'i': " Hri'iilK IMock,'-' (orncr
Ntiuauu anil Uiiccii i-lnil (imntalrs).
mowliis to li:t hy tiii;
ueuk or uiouth' Uunairiiii!.
Olc.ililni; and HharienlnK dune, Diipllc.itu
i'h't'iwfuriiUliuil whenreiiulrnl. Maehlmm
c.illid for and returned. Al-o, uMlriiiK A lMlthl'-i LAbS 1'AMILY IIATHINU
(lardeii lloou In fuel, can do iinyihluK XV ltonrt at Wiilkll.l. Tr.niuuii nm
uertvKwiry around thu lioiuu or ktublu, j lliu utc. KiMmial urraiigciuuntk cnii Is)
Itlnit up Mutual Tuliinhomi I.V.'. iiuiilu for I'limlly l'lcutun ami llvtjjiinj;
otjf.tl N. IMIUUOKKH. HutliliiB I'wllw. m$i
(Kt; AN UEPAIKKK,
Can be found, as usual, at his residence,
Alake.i Htreet, lit to llrilUh Club, or by
incowigo at r. i:. Wlllinius' Btoro, Kort
f& All work u'uarautccd und visited a
Mcoud time 1'romiit attention to ull
orilciv. Tuned tlio f'lano for concertof
.Muslli, the colebiuted violinist. IWJ-ljii
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