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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
SATURDAY, MARCH -1, 1893.
Piuiiay, Mar. 3
Stmr Lcliua from Ilnmul.uu
Stmr. Kuala from 'Wainiine
Saturday, Jfar. 4.
Am bktno S X Onstlc, Hubbard, 10 days
from San Fraiiulspo
Stmr liiimu from Man! and Hawaii
Stmr Waimaualo from Maui and Molokai
Stmr Wuialeale from L:Uuiina
Stmr Mokolii fiom Molokni
Stmr .lames Makco from Kiiiuil
Schr Lilioliho fiom Kauai
Si'hr Kauiki-aouli from Hainakua
Satuijihy, Mar. 4.
II S H Alliance, Whiting, for Hilo
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Html Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr Wutiiiaiuilo for Molokai and Maui
Stmr Luliuu for Iliimakua
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Per stmr Leliua 2100 bags sugar.
Per stmr Waialeale 300'J bags sngar.
Per stmr Kaala 1NX) bags sugar, 181 bags
rice, 'l'i bdls green hides and '25 pkgs
Per stmr Kinau 1010 bags sugar, 109 sheop,
1 horse, 23 hogs, 18.") bags potatoes, 15
bags corn, 22 bdls hides, 110 pkgs sun
From Hawaii and Maui, per stmr Kinau,
Mar 3 From Volcano : Jl .1 Iiwrence and
wife, A Van Winkle and wlf, Jas Gibbons.
.1 W Ernst, L I. Balemiin, W B Thorn, W
L Higgins, and A M Stewart. From wav
jiorts: WW Goodale, J A Scott, C Heli
bard, R Lidliiiian, Itobt More, Mrs J Golds
waito, Miss M Goldswaite, Dr I.undy, Mrs
M Klaminer and child, N Igarasln, U A
Chapin, T H Keyworth, Miss J Hassingcr,
Mrs J Wight, Miss M Wight, Miss E Har
vey, W L Howard, Jas Morse, E llartlctt,
J O Carter, O Thoel, J ltiehiirdson, Geo
Andrews, and 07 jieck.
Vessels in Port.
I J M S Kon-go,
Tashiro, from San
H I J M S Xanlwn, TugOj from Japan
U S F S Mohican from ban Francisco
U8S Boston, Wiltso, from Hilo
U 8 S Alliance, Whiting, from Samoa
H B M S Garnet from Aicapulco
Am bk Hespur, Sodergren, fiom Newcas
tle, N tiff
Am 4-inasted schr Uobt Searles, Poltn,
from Newcastle, N H W
Am bk Matilda, Sveuson, from Port
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco Am bk (J 11 Bryant, Jacobicn, from San
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Frnn-eit-eo
Br 4-mastcd M'lirTnoora, Thornton, from
Ger bk 11 Huukfeld, Hilgerloh, from Liver
pool. Am ship Eclipse, Peter.son, from Nanaiino
Tho steam roller Is at work on tho city
Tho naval row has temporarily dwiudlnd
down to four warships Garnet, Nunlva,
Boston and Mohican.
Tho steamer Lchun, which arrived last
night, brought 2100 bugs sugar fiom Puau
liau for tho h.ukoiitiuo W. 11. llimoud.
Tho steamer Waialeale returned fiom
Lahaina to-day with aeargoof Migur which
she is transferring to the bark C. 1). Bryant
lying in the stream.
Tho American Imrkentiue S. X. Castlo,
L. II. Huhhaid, master, uirivcd this morn
ing, having made the passage fiom port to
iori in tun nays, i lie i anno leit on rcii
ruary21st. Captain Hubbard lupurts hav
ing had fresh northeast and northwest
winds for the major purl of the voyage.
No exceptional!) good inns wtuo made.
Arrived Feb. 25, S. S. Kinau from Ho
nolulu. Mar. 1, A ric.ui 3-maslcd
Mdinoiicr Allen A., Scluigu, muster, 15
days from Han Kianulxco, to Jlawailuu
lluilroad Co. Cargo; Lumber, railroad
ties, groceries, grain and plantation sup
plies. Mar. .'I, H, ri. Klnuu from Hilo.
Sailed Kcb. 25, S. S. Klnuu for Hilo and
way ports; Mar. 3, S. H. Kinau for Hono
lulu. Tho Juimmwo trainine, nhlp K
ed MuhiiKoua mid arrived at K
The American It-iiinxted schooner Allen
A., riclmcu, nuiHler, from Han Kruneisco, U
diHchurKiUh'fnrKuut Miihukoim, Will loud
HiiKr iiiul kiiII lor Han Kraueinco about
the mh lust.
l'rof, P. Lombard, A, U will con
tinue giving instruction in private
mid in classes; Pioiich, Spanish,
aud Latin. Kosldonco, Alakea street,
near Y. M. C.'A.
LOOAL AND GENEItAX NEWS.
Hawaiian stamps aro watilcd by J.
Diamond Head, 12 m. Weather
hazy; wind froah northoast.
Tho band will play as usual at
Emma Squaro this aftornoon.
Tlio stcamor Kinau's passongor
list is n rather largo one this trip.
Elovon passongors roturnod by
tho stoamor Kinau thiB morning
from tho Volcano.
Tho basoball nines aro getting
down to work. Thoy have' all bogun
to praotico in earnost.
Kato Moro Wells has annthor
painting on exhibition in tho Paeifio
llardwaro Co.'s window.
Tho rogular vacation of all public
schools will oxtond from Friday tho
Yin 10 luonuay ino im oi apru.
Tho Anglican Church Chronicle
hoars of the doath of Archdeacon
Mason, formerly of theso islands.
Tho Hawaiian Quintot club will
furnish tho music for tho whoolmou's
dauco at Komond Grove this ovon
ing. Over their bunks in tho Logislativo
Hall tho United States Marinos have
placed tho motto, '"God Bloss Our
Tho Japanso training ship Kon
go arrived at Kawaihao on Thurs
day. She was to loavo tho next day
Tho concort by tho H. M. H.
Nooau, assistod by local talont, will
take place this ovoning at Kawaia
Tho lease of a pioco of Govorn
mont laud in Hilo will bo sold on
April 3, also the lease of a piece at
Tho barkontino S. N. Castlo mado
an exceptionally good run this trip
from Ran Francisco. Sho mado tho
pa&ago in ton days.
Tho Civil Ttights Loaguo will hold
a mooting at Robinson's hall, corner
Nuuanu and King stroots, at 7:30
o'clock this evening.
A Chinaman named Ah You was
arrested yesterday for tho theft of a
gold watch valued at S0, tho pro
perty of Captain Fohlbohr.
Tho monthly mooting of tho Pio
neer Building & Loan Association
will bo hold Monday ovoning. Seo
statement appondod to tho notice.
Tho U. S. S. Alliance weighed
anchor this morning for a cruiso to
Hilo. Humor has it that sho will
watch tho Japaueso cruiser Kon-go's
Chu Seo, a Chinawoman, who has
been running a kaka soup saloon
without a licotiso for somotimo past,
was given a week by Magistrate
Fostor this morning in which to got
Tho now Athletic club is ovidont
ly progressing in all its branches.
Yostorday evening wrestling and
boxing woro indulged in by tho
members. Tho class will not moot
Ah L03, tho Mongoliau who ran
off with four silvor watches belong
ing to Thos. Lindsa' yestorda3r
morning, roqtiosted in tho District
Court this morning that his trial
bo postponed until Monday.
Thoro will bo a mooting of the
Hawaiian Historical Society at tho
Y. M. C. A. hall on Monday evening
next at 7:30. Important business
is to bo transacted. Mr. A. T. Atkin
son will road the principal paper.
Tho Anglican Church Chronicle
for March contains seasonable coun
sel for Lent, together with com
ments on current events. Thoro is
a poom on Lent by Philip Henry
Dodge. Tho news dopartmouts aro
well tilled as usual.
Tho Hendry breaker, tho Aormo-
tor and fouco wire, with annexation
talk on tho side, form tho subjects
of tho Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s
philosophical treatise this week.
Don't bo like (he misguided China
man who sits on tho fence to see
prospority go by.
Tho Pacific Whoolmon will give a
dance at Iiomoud Grove this ovon
ing. Trains will leavo tho Honolulu
depot at 7 and 8 o'clock; returning
will leave at 10 and 11 o'clock. Tick
ets aro available of nay of tho mem
bers or may bo procured at tho do
pot, whore tho boys will bo waiting
As reported proviousryMaofarlano
& Co. woro summoned to answer to
a criminal charge of allowing spiritu
ous liquorn to bo drunk in tho bar
room of tho Commercial Saloon on
Sundaj- last. Messrs. C. W. Ash ford
and C. Croighton, counsel for de
fondants, raised objections to tho
summons in tho District Court
Thursday, as it was not alleged that
Macfarlano & Co. were a corpora
tion, and to the horvico boiug mado
uiioii C. M. White, attorney for tho
Magistrate I'ostor rendered ins
decision in tho matter this morning:
l.-lfnofurlniio At Co. are a corpor
ation this should bo alleged in the
summons, but an amendment could
bo allowed in this respect. 2. Whe
ther Macfarlano A; Co. aro a corpor
ation or a partnership, service upon
"(J. M. White, attorney for Mnufnr
lano As Co.," is improper, and now
service must be made. Defendants
Persons who aro subject to attacks
of bilious colic can almost invatiabl',
toll by llieir feelings, when to expect
an attack. If Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrho-a Itumudy is
taken as mioii as these symptoms ap
pear, they can ward oil the disease.
Such pursoiiH should always keep the
Koiuody at hand, ready for imme
diate use when needed. Two or
three doses of it at the right time
will save them much Hiill'ornig, For
sale by all dealers. Hoiikoii, Smith
k Co,, agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
What the Hawaiian Comniis
misioners Got from Secre
Porpotual Union, Territorial Govorn
mont, Rosidontial Qualifications
for Ofllco, Payment of Dobt, Ha
waiian Ownership of Lands, Tolo
graph Cablo, Opening of Pearl
Harbor, Froo Trado, Admission of
Agricultural Laborers, All Bo
fusod. Washinoton, Fobruary 17. It may
bo Paul Neumann will bo able to
find consolation in the fact that tho
Commissioners may expect rathor a
hard timo of it when thoy got back
to Hawaii. Tho Senate correspond
ence shows U103' woro instructed to
ask for a groat many things Fostor
ruthlessly denied thorn, and inaii3of
thorn woro matters of paramount
importance to tho pooplo of tho isl
Amonfr tho domauds which Fostor
"First That such a treaty may
socuro full, complete aud perpetual
political union botweon tho United
States of Amorica and tho Hawaiian
"Second That tho form of local
government to bo established in tho
Hawaiian islands shall bo substan
tially tho form now existing in tho
Territories of tho United States,
with such modifications, restrictions
aud changes therein as tho exigen
cies of tho existing circumstancos
may requiro and as 11133- bo horoaftor
"Third That all appointments to
olUco in tho Hawaiian Islands shall
bo made from among persons who
havo lived in said islands for a torni
of not loss than live years.
"Fourth That the paymont of
tho Hawaiian national dobt, inclu
ding tho amounts duo b the Gov
orumont to depositors in the Hawaii
an Postal havings Hank, shall bo as
sumed 1)3' tho Government of tho
United States of Amorica.
"Fifth That the lands located at
the said Hawaiian Islands, hereto
fore known as Government lands
and crown lauds, and all other Gov
ernment property and all the pro
ceeds thereof and roceipts thoro
from, shall continue to bo tho prop
erty of tho local government of tho
said islands under whatever form it
may bo established, and all tho pro
ceeds thoreof devoted to tho pur
poses and uses of such local govern
ment. "Sixth That within a given po
riod, say ono 3oar, or such other pe
riod as may bo mutually agreed
upon, tho Government of tho Unit
ed States of Amorica shall la3'
and thereafter maintain a tele
graphic cablo between tho Pacific
Coast of tho said United States of
Amorica and tho Hawaiian Islands.
"Seventh That tho United States
Government shall, so soon as is rea
sonably practicamo, open an en
trance to Poarl harbor, and estab
lish a coaling and naval station ad
"Eighth That articles, tho pro
duce or manufacture of tho Hawai
ian Islands, shall in all respects bo
treated and considorod as products
of tho United States.
"Ninth -That tho United States
laws now or horoaftor to boonforcod
in the United States of America shall
not bo takou to prohibit at 3113- time
the introduction into tho Hawaiian
islands of laborers who may bo in
troduced exclusively for the purpose
of agricultural labor and domestic
service, aud who b3r appropriate
legislation shall bo confined to such
employment and to tho Hawaiian
'Tenth-That contracts for labor
under tho Hawaiian labor contract
laws now existing, or which shall bo
entered into xrior to tho promulga
tion of tho notice of tho dual ratifi
cation of such troat3, shall not bo
abrogated, but shall continue in
force to tho end of tho several terms
thoreof. That with tho exception of
such labor contracts no labor con
tracts shall hereafter bo penally en
forceable." ADVERTISING NOTES.
Hoot Beer on draught at lieuson,
Smith A; Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Aleuts.
Native Pans and Curios in great
variot3' at tho ''Elilo Ico Cream Par
lors." Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smit h iV: Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort si root,
above Hotel. Chronic and Siigical
cases. Mutual Telephone (iH2.
Mechanics' Homo, ft) and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging ly U113', week or
month 25c. ami r()c, a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Tho strongest recommendation
that aii3r article can have is tho en
dorsement of the mothers of the
town. When the mothers recom
mend it you may know that that
article has more than ordinary merit.
Here is what the Centerville, Smith
Dakota, Citizen says editorially of
an article cold in their town: "l'rom
poihonal experience we can say t hat
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
broken up bad colds for our chil
dren, Wo ariiacijuaiuted with many
mothers in Ceutervillu who would
not be without it in the house for a
good many times its cosl, and are
recommending it every day," 51) cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
son. Smith & Co., agents for tho Ha-
1 wailau iMianuu,
XO FIiY OUB. FIiAO.
How Hawaii May Swoll tho Paeifio
An important offshoot of tho an
nexation of tho Hawaiian Islands
by tho United States is tho largo
number of vessels which may then
bo available for tho American coast
ing trado. ,
There aro known to bo somo
thirty or forty large vessels owned
by Americans but sailing undor tho
Hawaiian colors which may then
run up tho stars and stripes and bo
entitled to all tho protection and
nrivilocos of tho national flasf.
At present as tho navigation laws
stand no vessel built in a foroign
yard can hoist tho Amorican colors,
and no vessel flying foroign colors
can bo used in tho homo-country
There aro a numbor of capitalists
in this city who havo intorosts in tho
Hawaiian Islnnds.but who do not do
jure own tho vessels which thoj em
PI03' botweon thoro and this coast.
Thoy havo found it ohoapor to
buy or build a steamer or shin in
Europo and bring it out hero, wlioro
thoy put it undor tho Hawaiian flag
aim nominally in tho natno of some
Milton Andros, tho attornoy, in
speaking of tho matter yosterdny,
said that the quostion whether tho
ships now flying tho Hawaiian colors
would come into tho American floot
would bo decidod bv tho terms of
tho treaty now ponding.
As a matter of fact ho umlorstond
that thoro woro a largo number of
vessels which would como undor the
category of Hawaiian vessels owned
Ho understood that ono plan fol
lowed by tho owaors was to make a
deed of gift of tho boat in favor of
somo residential agent, and take
from him in turn a power of attor
1103 authorizing them to uso their
Thoro woro ol her ways, no doubt,
of getting round tho dilliculty so
that Americans could carry on their
business with tho islands with for-oign-built
Morris U. Bates of tho Commer
cial News said that tho annexation
would result in an important addi
tion to tho number of vessels em
ployed in tho Pacific Coast trado.
Ho ostimatod tho numbor of ves
sels at about thirty', mado up of those
being now used botweon tho United
States and tho inlands, but said that
thoro was a large fleet of vessels in
tho inter-island trade, which havo to
bo reckoned with.
Anion" tho former class aro tho
John Ena of 3S00 Ions, ono of tho
largest vessels of hor kind afloat;
tho Hawaiian Isles; tho Zoalandia,
now lying idle; tho Lad3r Lampson,
the Andrew Welch, tho R. P. Kithot,
tho Mauua Ala aud others.
Ho boliovcd that tho Pacific Mail
Stoamship Company had intended
putting tho China undor Hawaiian
colors, but had been stopped by tho
talk of annexation, and it was too
late to lake tho Stop now.
What is said to bo another point
of importance in tho projiablo chango
is tho largo choice of vessols which
it will give tho now lino competing
with tho Pacific Mail.
As soon as tho terms of tho treat3
on this point are ratified all tho
largo and convenient vessols now
used in tho island trado will bo avail
able for uso botweon San Francisco
aud Panama. S. F. Gull.
To Be Given by tho H. M. H. Noeau
Assisted by Local Talent.
Rehearsals havo boon hold daily in
tho Kawaiahao Church for tho cou
cort to bo given by tho H. M. II.
Noeau this ovoning at Kawaiahao
Church. A largo numbor of tickets
havo been sold and everything tends
to a brilliant and onjoyablo enter
tainment. Tho program to bo pro
sontod will 1)0" as follows:
l. Piano and Violin Selected .lleethoven
Misi Mcfireu and Mixs Castle,
i!. Chorus- The Bohemian Oirl ,. ll.ilfe
Hui Jtclc Hawaii Noeau.
:i. Song Angels Serenade.. .. Hr.ijii
Miss ('. (llnle with violin nhlig.ito
by Mis Mcllrcw.
I. Song Wrecked and Saved. .. Know lex
Mr. W. .1. Cuellio.
fi. Koiik Ito-e riiftly Rlooiuing. Spohr
Miss Wu Parker.
Chorus Foreet JIo Xot .. .Hotoli
Pmiuhou (lice Club.
Piano Solo On Wings of Love .. .
Mins C. Iloppin,
H. Koii; Tlitnu I'.yes of Azure . . Luseu
Mr. C. Uooth.
!). Duct and Chorus The liolieiiiiau
llui Mele Hawaii Xocau.
.. 1 1.1 . o r
w. unci f,i'1(,i)011,tj,l,,,overs,i,as,eii
Miss Dale and Miss iiiirt;iwi.
It. Saxophone Solo Auld Lung Syne..
Mr. J. Libornio.
('bonis The Ilreezes of the Night
, I Jiniottc
Kaiuehainclia (lice Club.
Song Stranded Stark
Duct and Chorus Tho Itohcinian
llui Mele Hawaii Xocau.
Two arrests woro mado to-day for
bleaches of ponce. TI103' are both
out on bail.
HAWAIIAN STAMP3 WANTED.
uvelopes ami arils
cash at Sun
raneihco 111 ices.
1 1 J cci.M vrn
at "The Ulltu li-e Cream P.ulois."
ALL WHO WISH TO COMMIINKIATK
Willi me by telephone in business
hours, plciisii ling tin Hell No. '.i)7. mid all
who wish to tcli!iiion out of business
hours, please ling up Hell No. M.
Ull-lw T. W. RAWLINS.
M, L MINER, D. Y, S.,
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
H to in a. M.i l::iu to :i::!n r. m.
19- UhHiit'M'K! With Dr. P. L. Miner,
All Calls Will Receive Prompt Mhnlloo.
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers!
Wo u'linl to call tho attention
of our patrons ton novelty which,
from tho favor it has been re
ceived with, wo believe has come
to stay and become an indispen
sihle article of gent's furnishing.
A glance at the cut above will
show at once the superiority of
goods made in this manner over
those heretofore in vogue.
Sorivkn's Patent Elastic
Seam Drawers are provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic Insertion at the
inner and outer soams, which
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in fit. The drawers are
cut in figure outlines and afford
tho wearer all tho advantages of
knit goods, while retaining the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
The Patent Elastic Seam,
which contains no rudder, re
tains its springiness and wears
longer than tho other portion of
the garment. It makes the
drawers conform to the position
of the wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
the body assumes.
It will also bo found that theso
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers
are equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow tho
prreatest freedom and ease of
motion. In the position as
sumed in the cut, not the least
tension is produced on the main
portion of the goods, while the
elastic suams allow the transfor
mation of tiie figure as seen in
tiie position, which would ho im
possible in others without pro
ducing great strain on the goods
and friction upon the person.
We have now 11 complete .stock
'of these gootls in all sizes, and
can recommend those made of
the niuloriul known as ".Jean"
lo be the coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
cure to wear woolen fabrics.
They say that there is "noth
ing new under tiie sun," but the
follow who said that was all
wrong, lie torgot "uout s I" ur
nisliings," they're always mak
ing something new in that line.
Tho latest yet, we have just
received samples of, from the
manufacturers. It consists of
tlauze, Balbriggan, or Silk Un
der Garments with WOOL skill
fully woven into tho breast and
hack to protect the most vital
parts of tho body from cold or
chill. To the many people who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of tho irritation some
times felt, tliese goods will he a
great boon, as, while they will
nave I Ho advantage ot wearing
cotton fabric, the lungs and
back will have a nice warm cov
ering of wool. From the inaiiy
sentiments of approval we have
heard regarding these goods wo
believe them lo ho a good thing
for our climate, and have placed
our orders for a full slock,
which will he on ale in about
"To any person desiring to see
I lie samples which we have wo
will he pleased to show tlioin.
I 11 "1 I") XT XT"
IM. Mal.JNJiJ.vIN X
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oornor Fort 8s Hotel Streets.
-:he C3- JEt JL
Opening of Spring Goods !
KX "AUSTRALIA" AND "0. D. BRYANT" I HAVK ItncKlVKI)
117 Cases of New Roods
FOR THIS WEEK-
A Handsome Linn of Xew Designs in
FANCY SATEENS, SHADED SILK EPPECTS
The Litest Cloth In
WASH MATERIAL (OH ALLY EPPP.CTS
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts.,
Pacific Hardware Co, L'd
Leather Belting & Lace Leather
OK VERY SUPERIOI! QUALITY. AX IXVOICE OP
I HON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLETE OUR LIXE OP SIZES.
Sand Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
0-ln.nt lvra.il Pullors, Ijta.r'iat Swivels,
Turner's Snips Eixici Shears,
.A.-W1S arid Tools, O-arcIeiT Trowels,
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
i?rotn Senior Snreeon
to the Central London Throat and
Ear Hospital, London, EnK.: "I pro
scribe Ciislnnan's Menthol Inhaler
to tho extent of hundreds per
From 8. B. uisiiop, tin-
cnuro.Ill.t "I am constantly us
ing and prescribing your Sloutbol
From Dr. W. tinicwoou,
Del Rio, Texas : "I am enthusiastic
over your inuaior, anu Biiaiirecom-
ii it 10 an my menus."
Registered Pharmacist : "I havo
used your Menthol Inhaler lor tho
past three years and found It Inval
uable for catarrh and colds."
From C. B. Rogers, ot
the firm of Rogers lirou., infra, of
Silverware, Meriden, Conn. : "I
recommend Cusliman'B Monmoi in
haler to all my f rlonds as It has dono
me so much pood."
v-uaiuijcu. a ttit...i.iu. ...no....
Is neat, clean, convenient to
carry, pleasant to use, costs 50
cents, and lasts one year. A
trial will convince you. At
druggists or by mail for 50 cents.
IX. D. CVHHMAN,
TUrce Itlvero, Mlcli.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, -
IB. :f bhlers & GO.
Curtains in White.
At half tlio furiiirr nisi,
"Velvet cSs Smyrna, IR.-u.gs
In till Kin's .iii-mly rciluml.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
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Honolulu, H. I.
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Cream and Colored
50c. per month