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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1893.
SiiKUAY, March 5.
Btiur Mikalmla from Kauai
i-itmr Olatuline from Maui and Hawaii
fcitmr Iwalaui from Kauai
Kuhr Mille Morris from Koolau
ISchr Liholiho froi.i Kauai
Sclir Jlahimnlii from Waianae
Bchr Sarah Si Kliza from Koolau
Monday, March 0.
Jap S S Mlike Mara from Yokohama
Monday, March (I.
Stmr I.ikelike for Hakalau, Honoinu and
l'opeekeo at 4 p m
Stun Mokolii for Molokai
Stmr Waimanalo for Molokai and Maui
Stmr Lelum for Maui
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Kuhr Sarah it Eliza for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
"V H Diamond, Nilson, for San Fraiieico
(Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at '2 p m
Htnir (Jlaudine for Maui at 5 p in
Stmr Mikalmla for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr lwalani for Slakaweli
Stmr Kilauea Hou for Hamakua
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Claudine 55S0 hags sugar, 231 bags
corn, 57 hides, 25 head cattle, 15 hogs,
125 pkgs bundries.
Stmr Mikalmla 1881 bags sugar, 10 bags
rice, 10 bags pia, 51 bundles hides, 3
horses, 1 bull, 40 pkgs sundries.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikalmla, March
5 Judge Prear, G K Wilder, Francis Gay,
H MacMillan, Mrs S ISertclmann, Geo
Titcomb and wife, Mrs Seghorn and child,
Awana, Ah Man, and 40 deck.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Clau
dine, March fi J J Hruminund, llev J K
Iosepa, Mrs J A Kennedy, Mother Mari
anne, 11 Cat ton, Mr I'arker, Dr Davison, F
H Hayselden, Miss Loyeux, M l'iecadura
and family, Mary Kugenio, Julia Knglish,
Mary Kulua, Loo Long, and DO deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
USB Hanger, from Ran Francisco
II H S Adams, from San Francisco
S S Miike Maru from Yokohama, due
Am 4-masted sclir Lymau I) Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, "N B W
Am 4-masted sclir 1'uritan, Warner, from
Am 1-nistd sclir Alice Cooke. Peiihallow,
from Newcastle, N S V
Mis hkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
duo May i'i
Ur ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S V
Vassals in Port.
HUMS Naniwa, Togo, from Japan
U S F B MOhicau fiom San Francisco
USB lioston, Wiltse, from Hilo
II 1) M B Garnet from Alcapulco
Am bk Hespor, Sodergren, from Newcas
tle, N SW
Am 1-masted sohr Itobt Searles, 1'eltz,
from Newcastle, N 8 W
Am bk Matilda, Svenson, fiom l'tirl
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cIk'o Am bk (J 1) Uryant, Jacobsen, from Sail
Am lik Ceylon, Calbouu, from San Fran-
,Ilr 1-masti'd bchr'i'acora, Thornton, from
Gorbk 11 Haekfeld, Hilgorloh, from Liver
pool. Am ship F.olipfO, 1'eterson, from Nanaliuo
Tho American K-allng t-ehooiicr Annie
More, Capt. Daley, arrived at W'aimea,
Kauai, on Saturday afternoon, from Van
couver en routo to Japan. Bile called In
for a supply of water.
TULL00H-At Koliulu, Hawaii, .March
2d, IKIW, to tho wife of G, 1', Tiilloch, a
KONA-MKH8 -At Wulkupn, Muul, March
1. IMU, Junius Kuiiii to Miss Kiully
Jlicrs, uf Honolulu, by llev, H. Kapu.
Daily Jlulletin, CO vents a month,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A bunch of koj's lost in tho city is
Tho band will not piny at Emma
Squnro this ovoning.
Tlio band will play to-morrow
ovoiiing at tho Hotol.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Woathor
cloudy, wind light north.
Tho Firo Polico cnll for accounts
against thorn by to-morrow.
Como into tho Bulletin's missing
word contest, ndvortisod olsowhoro.
A regular mooting of tho Firo
Polico will bo hold to-morrow ovou
ing. Mechanic Engino Co. No. 2 calls
for nil bills ngninst it by Woduosday
O, J, Falk has boon appointed
pilot for tho port and collection dis
trict of Mahukoua.
Tho Fionoor Building and Loan
Association will hold its
monthly mooting this evening.
Colloctor-Gonoral Cloghorn calls
for tenders for tho printing and
binding of his annual roport.
Judge W. P. Froar and Deputy
Marshal G. K. AVildor roturnod from
Circuit term at Kauai, yesterday.
Captain Cook Lodgo, Sons of St.
Goorgo, will give a social and dance
at tho K. of 1 hall, Fort street, this
Tho Woman's Board of Missions
will moot to-morrow afternoon at
2:80 o'clock in tho Contral Union
Tho annual mooting of tho Intor
Island Steam Navigation Company
will bo hold at tho ollico of tho com
pany on Tuesday, 21st hist.
Chiof Engineer Hustaco has grant
ed tho old Hook & Ladder Co. the
uso of Firo Polico hall in which to-.
hold a mooting on Wednesday ovon
ing. Tho Chinaman who was arrested
tho other day for tho alleged theft
of Captain Fohlbehr's gold watch has
boon discharged, there boing iusulli
ciont evidence to detain him.
Mr. E. R. Hondry, President and
Manager Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
has a very nice cottago to rout with
in one block of Borotania street
tramcars, a very desirable residence
for a small family.
Tho Temple of Fashion has a now
announcement in this issue. Mr.
Ehrlich personally selected a largo
stock on his lato visit to tho Coast.
Some of tho special bargains are
noted in tho advertisement.
A frco lecture will bo dolivored by
Mr. A. T. Atkinson this evening, at
7:30Vclock, at tho Y. M. C. A. Hall.
Tho subject, will bo "Spanish Explor
ations in tho Pacific." The public,
aro cordially in-
Ah Loy, tho Chinaman who tried
to run oiF with four silver watches
belonging to Thos. Lindsay, tho
jeweler, on Friday morning, was
sentenced to two years' imprison
ment at hard labor by Magistrate
Foster this morning. A Mongolian
has got to bo pretty slick to got
ahead of a Scotchman.
Some prominent Japanese resi
dents gave a complimentary dinner
at tho Hawaiian Hotel to tho Cap
tain and olBeers of H. I. J. M. S.
Naniva on Saturday ovoning. Tlio
band under Prof. Borgor was sta
tioned on the grounds and dis
coursed music during tho dinner.
Covers for fifty wore laid.
Tho Provisional Government po
lico oilicors aro a failure. According
to tho "Organ," tho housebreakers
who ontorod Mr. A. J. Cartwright's
house yesterday carried his 100
pound safe 300 years, and have never
been discovered. Thoso burglars
wore veterans, and ante-date mis
sionary history in tho islands by
The Rssidenco of A. J. Cartwright
Entered and Valuables Stolen.
The residence of Alox J. Cart
wright situated at Makiki, this sido
of tho Recreation Grounds, was on
torod by burglars sonio time Satur
day night, and a largo lot of valua
bles was taken. Every room in tho
house was ontorod and tho clothes
on tlio oous woro thrown on tlio
Uoor. Tho tables woro overturned
and everything turned upside down.
A small iron safe was found in one
of tho rooms, and taken out on tho
Makiki road under the shade of a
troo, whore the top was broken in
and tho contents appropriated.
Tho safe contained some very valu
able diamond rings, bracelets, gold
and silver watches. Somo of tho
articles wore family heirlooms which
Mr, (Jartwright would not part with
for any 11101103'. Tho jewelry was
inscribed with tho initials "A. J. O."
Mr. Cartwright places his loss at
not loss than S2IKK). A list of tho
articles stolon has boon furnished to
Mr. and Mrs. Cartwright woro not
at homo when tlio burglary was com
mitted, they being at Waikiki. There
was no one in the house, and tho
criminals woro no doubt awato of
tho fact, as tho robbery was evident
ly coolly and deliberately done,
A woman was tho first to discover
tlio bnrclarv and ncutiuiut tho police
with the burglary. This is one of
tho heaviest burglaries over com
mitted in Honolulu, Whoro were
the mounted patrol?
"Tho puoplo of this vicinity insist
on having Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and do not want any other,"
says John V, Hihhop, of Portland
Mills, Indiana. That is right. They
know it to bo superior to any olhor
for colds, and as a liroventivu and
euro for croup, and why should they
not ijisist upon having it. 50 cunt
bottles for sale by all dealers, Bun
son. Smith & Co., ugents for thu Ha
THE PACIFIC WHEELMEN.
Successful Moonlight Excursion to
Tho Pacific Wheelmen's moonlight
outing at Roniond Grovo on Satur
day ovoning was a most delightful
and enjoyable occasion. Although
a concert in town attracted a largo
nuinbor of pooplo, who would other
wise have attended the picnic, about
two hundred porsoirs wore present
to eontributo thoir mites tothocom
plotion of tho cyclists' track at tho
Peninsula. Tho first train loft tho
Honolulu depot at 7 o'clock, and on
arrival at tho grovo was greeted with
a brilliant illumination of incnii
doscont lights. Tho pavilion was
gaily decorated with flags and bunt
ing. Tho signal streamers hung
around tho hall woro kindly loaned
by Captain Walker. At each cornor
woro gracefully twined tho Stars
and Stripes and Hawaiian ilag3
whilo tho posts woro covered with
bluo and white ribbons. Tho pavil
ion indeed looked lovely and invit
ing. Dancing was begun shortly aftor
tho arrival of tho first train to oxcol
lont music by tho Quintet Club. A
goodly nuinbor arrived by the 8
o'clock train and tho frolickers re
commenced tripping tho light fan
tastic too with rouowod zest. During
short lulls between tho dances Willio
Bush and Ruby Doxtor exhibited
sonio fine laaoy riding. W. Bush
excelled in one foat of leaping from
one podal to tho other while tho
wheol was in motion. Ho was loud
ly applauded for his effort. The
Quintet Club gavo sonio boautiful
vocal selections during tho ovoning,
which woro much appreciated and
encored, necessitating repetitions in
A refreshment stand presided over
by Jas. Lovo dealt out temperance
drinks and sandwiches liborally for
a small consideration. Nothing hap
pened to mar tho -enjoyment of tho
occasion and everyone remarked on
tho oxcollont arrangements made by
tho wheelmen. Tho members ro
ceived thoir friends in a courteous
At 11:30 o'olook tho warning whis
tle of the iron horse was hoard. Tho
train left tho grovo at 11:35 and ar
rived in Honolulu at 12 o'clock. B.
F. Donuison, Superintendent, man
aged tho running of tho trains per
sonally in a satisfactory manner.
Tho Pacific Wheelmen aro to bo
complimented on tho succossful way
in which their initial moonlight ex
cursion passed off, and it is to bo ro
grotted that tho ovont was not more
largely patronized. It is hopod,
hpwover, that tho boys will give a
similar outing in tho near future.
Tho procoods netted by Saturday's
excursion will bo insutliciont to
cover tho expenses of completing
tho wheelmen's track at Pearl City,
and all admirers of outdoor sports
should take cognizance af tho mat
ter. Tho committees woro as follows:
Arrangements Wm. Savidge, Chair
man, K. A. Dexter, H. Giles, W. M.
Bush andM. Phillips. Decoration
M. Phillips, H. Giles and R.A. Dexter.
Floor Manager Goo. H. Paris.
Quarterly Meeting of the Board of
Thero was a punctual attendance
of eleven members at tho quarterly
mooting of tho Board of Trustees of
tho Quoon's Hospital on Saturday.
Mr. James I. Dowsott was called to
Reports of officers and commit
tees woro received. Tho executive
committee reported that tho two
trained nurses had boon engaged for
another yoar. Messrs. W. G. Irwin,
Jas. I. Dowsott and Rov. Alex. Mack
intosh woro appoiuted tho visiting
committee for tho current quarter.
A call by tho physicians for more
and bettor accommodation for pay
patients was referred to tho execu
tive committee, with instructions to
communicate- with Mr. Chas. R.
Bishop, vice-president, now in the
Unitod States, and to roport to tlio
Board as soon as possible. It ap
peared that several cases had lately
boon refused admission for want of
room. Following is tho report of
tho physicians for the past quarter:
Honolulu, Fob. 28, 1893.
To tho Trustees of the Queen's Hos
pital; Gentlemen' Wo have tho honor
to submit tho following roport for
tho quarter ending February 28,
Tho total nuinbor of patients at
present in tho Hospital is 83, viz., 17
Hawaiians, (33 malos, li female), 2
Chinese, 5 Japanese and 29 of other
nationalities; 30 paying.
Tho number of admissions during
the quarter was 1(2; viz.: 91 Hawai
ians ((55 males, 20 fumalus) 5 Chinese,
13 Japaneso and 53 of other nation
alities. Discharged 131; viz.: 77 Hawaiians
(57 males, 20 females), 2 Chinese, 15
Japanese and -it) of other nationali
Deaths 21; viz.: 10 Hawaiian (7
males, 3 females), 3 Chinese, 1 Jap
anese and 7 of other nationalities;
of the above (5 died within 21 hours
and 2 within 2 days of admission,
The causes of death were: Aortic
disease 1, burn 3, Hright's disease 2,
cancer of throat I, enterocolitis J,
huMiiorrhago 1, malarial fever 1,
meningitis 1, old age 1, opium poi
soning 1, phthisis piilnioualis 2,
pneumonia 1, septiciemia 1, stran
gulated hernia 1, syphilis 2, throm
bus 1, '
Tho highest number of patients
was 8(5, lowest 71; daily average 79.
Nuinbor of prescriptions 510,
Tho total number of patients
treated in tho Hospital was.'!9li; viz.:
December, 1892, 135; January, 1893,
131; February, 1893, 130.
Respect fully submitted,
C. U. Woods, .M i;.
Ui:o. P, Andiiewh, M
Prof. F, Lombard, A. 1J., will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and in clauM'.s; French, Spanish,
and Latin, Hesidoiicn, Alakca street,
near V. M. U, A.
Subtorlhn Jut the Daily DulUlin, 60
oenlt per month.
C. N. SPENCER, 1EAD.
Aftor a Short Illness.
Mr. C. N. Spoucor, for ninny years
holding oillco under ami in tlio Ha
waiian Government, died at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon. Ho was in
apparent good health up till yester
day morning, when ho was strickon
with apoploxy. The stroko came
whilo ho was driving homeward af
ter mooting tho steamer Claudino,
by which ho oxpoctod his wifo homo
from Maui, at -1 o'clock. Mrs. Spou
cor did not return on tho stoainer.
A nativo found him uncoiipeious in
his buggy and dro lii.n to hirf
homo at Makiki. Dr. 'trousseau was
called to attend him, but had no
hopo of his recovery from tho first.
Tho lato Charles Nichols Sponcor
was born at East Greenwich, Rhodo
Island, in 1837, consequently was
about 5(5 years of age at death. Ho
came to theso islands over 35 years
ago, and was an overseer and after
ward tho mauagor of Hiloa planta
tion, Hawaii, becoming in timo ono
of its principal owners. Aftor ro
tiring from tho plantation Mr.
Spencer was appointed Inspector
Gonoral of Immigrants, a position
for which his oxporionco in planta
tion matters well qualified him. On
tho retirement of tho Thurston
administration, on tho 17th of
Juno, lrJ90, Mr. Sponcor bocamo
a member of tho now Cabinet, as
Minister of tho Interior. When
Queen Liliuokalani succeeded hor
brother, King Kalakaua, on tlio
throne, in January, 1891, Mr. Spou
cor waived all claim to hold his seat,
whilo his colleagues contested tho
Quoon's right to require thoir resig
nations. Then, when tho Supremo
Court uphold tho Quoon's preroga
tive, Mr. Sponcor was tho only mem
ber of tho retiring Cabinet reap
pointed. Ho hold offico until tho
Parkor Ministry resigned on a vote
of want of conhdouce by tho Legis
lature of 1892. Soon afterward Mr.
Sponcor was appointed Assessor and
Collector of Taxes for Oahu by Mr.
E. C. Macfarlauo, Minister of Fin
anco in ono of tho short-lived Cabi
nets of 1892, in placo of Mr. C. A.
Brown. Mr. Brown contested tho
right of his dismissal and had just
gained a decision by Circuit Judge
Froar in his favor when his antago
nist was stricken down.
Mr. Sponcor leave a widow hero,
a brother named Joseph in San
Francisco, and another brother,
Ithodos, at Ashland, Nebraska, also
a nephew, Lincoln D. Spencer, in
thoso islands. Tho steamer Lohua
loft this morning, with Mr. John P.
Bowler on board, for Maui to bring
Mrs. Sponcor homo. When tho
steamer returns the hour of tho fun
oral will bo fixed. Mr. Sponcor was
mentioned in this papi ;h other
day as an ox-Chief Engi ieor of tho
Honolulu Firo Department. lie be
longed to tho Freo Masons.
AN EWA TRAGEDY.
Two With a
A slashing affair occurred at tho
Ewa plantation on Friday last, in
which a Japanese laborer was badly
cut about tho abdomen by a fellow
countr3'inau. The Japaneso who
was hurt was trying to alienate tho
affections of another's wifo. Tho
husband of tho woman becamo aware
of tho ovil intentions of his co
laborer, and on meeting him on Fri
day upbraided him for his actions.
This caused a fight, in which both
were badly winded. Whilo tho
struggle was going on a third Japan
ese jumped in and brought his knife
down between tlio two men. Tho
weapon caught ono of tho struggling
men in tho abdomen, cutting him.
Tho peace-maker, who endeavored
to part tho combatants with a knife,
was arrested and his trial was to
have taken nlaco to-day at tho Ewa
Persons who aro subject to attacks
of bilious colic can almost invariably
toll oy tlioir toolings, when to expect
an attack. If Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy is
taken as soon as thoso symptoms ap
pear, they can ward off tho disease.
Such persons should always keep
the Remedy at hand, ready for ini
modiato uso whou needed. Two or
three doses of it at the right timo
will savo them much suffering. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
ii Co., agents for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. Aftor shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
IN THK CITY A HUNCH OF KKYB.
Finder plca-o return to Hiii.i.ktin
Ollico and icccivo reward. (ll7-tf
:im (Jo. No. - must he forwarded
to Mr. A. L, (!. Atkinson hcfori'
risu t)uj)i;i: oi i;u.m.httj-;i';.
Honolulu, March II, Join. 0(l7-i!t
10. It. ilKNDUY,
at Hawaiian Hardware Co.'h Htoru.
A BIlIl'MHNT 01"
Fishbraud Oil Clothing
- I -OH KAl.t: IJY -
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
AFIItrJT.CLAbS FAMILY llATIIINd
Itusort at Wnlklkl, Triiiuciii'it pax
the galu, Hpeulal arraiit;omuiU can I hi
niudo for Family i'luulou ami KviiiiIiii;
UuthluB l'artlen. W-U
ONK HLOCK FltOM 1!K- 1 aivi-vv
retaula Htivot cars, a ilrn?hZ.
Onol and Convenient Cot- MirrWEi'
tage of his Ifouins, Ijir B3ifc43iE2."
Lot. Ktalile and Chicken House. Annlv to
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers!
"Wo want to cull tho attention
of our patrons to a novelty which,
from the favor it lias been re
ceived with, wo believe has come
to stay and become an imlispen
siblo 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.
Scuivkn's Patknt Elastic
Sf.a.m Dkawkus are provided
with an improvement consisting
of an Elastic insertion at the
inner and outer seams, which
gives elasticity in movement and
comfort in fit. The drawers aro
cut in figure outlines and afford
the wearer all tho advantages of
knit goods, while retaining the
superior comfort of woven fabric.
The Patknt Elastic Sham,
which contains no ituniiKit, re
tains its springiness and wears
longer than tho other portion of
the garment. It makes the
drawers conform to the position
of tho wearer and avoids any
strain, no matter what attitude
the body assumes.
It will also he found that these
Patknt Elastic Seam Drawers
are equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow tho
greatest freedom and ease of
motion. In the position as
sumed in the cut, not tho least
tension is produced on the main
portion of tho goods, whilo the
chibtic seams allow the transfor
mation of the figure as seen in
tho position, which would be im
possible in others without pro
ducing great strain on the goods
and friction upon H16 person.
We have now a complete slock
of these goods in all sizes, and
can recommend those made of
the material known as "Jean"
to he the coolest and best adapt
ed for those persons who do not
care to wear woolen fabrics.
They say that there is "noth
ing new under tho sun," but tho
follow who said that was all
wrong. He forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they'ro always mak
ing something new in that line.
Tho latest yet, we have just
received samples of, from the
manufacturers. It consists of
(lauze, Imlbriggan, or Silk Un
der Ciarments with WOOL skill
fully woven into tlio breast and
back to protect the most vital
parts of the body from cold or
chill. To the many pooplo who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of the irritation some,
times full, those goods will bo a
great boon, as, while I hoy will
have the advantage of wearing
cottpn fabric, the lungs and
back will liavo a nice warm cov
oringofwool. From tho many
sontimont.s of approval wo huvo
heard regarding these goods wo
boliovo Ilium to bo a good thing
for our eliinato, and have placed
our orders for a full stock,
which will be on sale in about
To any person doMi'ing to sou
tho samples which wo huvo wo
will ho pleased to show llicin.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Iort 8c Hotel Streets,
C3r Tt JL.
KX "AUSTRALIA" AND "0. I).
117 Cases of
FOR. THIS WEEK-
A Hand-ionic Lino of New I)csii;n,
f SATEENS, SHADED SILK
Thu Late-t Cloth in
WASH MATERIAL (CHALLY EFFECTS
INDIA DRAPERIES, SMNCH WIDE
S . JJ ZEoL hL Ii X CZ2 3HE ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
Pacific Hardware Co, I'd
Oummins1 Blools., Ioi't Street.
OF VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY. AN INVOICE OF
IRON AND BRASS SCREWS
TO COMPLETE Ol. R LINE OF SIZES.
Sand Paper, Ei&isry Cloth Sacks,
O-iant Nail Pullers, Lariat Swivels,
Turner's Snips and Shears,
Awls and Tools, Garden
Egg Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Faints, Putty, Etc., Etc.
GATARRH CURED I
From Senior Barnreoii
Itothe Central London Throat and
IIKar UoBDltal. London. Knc: "I nro-
lacriboCushinan's Menthol Inhaler
to tlio extent ot hundreds per
From 8. 8. UtHlion. cut-
lengo, 111. : "I am constantly ua-
Iing anu proscribing your jueninoi
I Del Rio, Texas : "I am enthusiastic
over your Inhaler, and shall recom
mend It to all my friends."
FromDr. w. oatevrood.
I Registered Pharmacist: "I liavo
used your Menthol Inhaler for tho
past three years and found it lnval-
From Eastern Binnncrer
nauio lor cuiarra anu corns.
Ithe Arm of Rogers Uros, intra, of
Silverware, Meriden. Conn. : "I
From c B. Roccrs. of
recommend (Jusnman's Menthol In-
haler to all my friends as ltbas dono
I me so much good."
lis neat, clean, convenient to
I carry, pleasant to use, costs 50
Icents, and lasts one year. A
trial will convince you. At
UailUiUU fl AVlbllktlUI AllUOl&l
(druggists or by mail for 50 cents.
IX. D. CUBIIMAM,
Three III vera, MIcli.
HOLLISTER, Sd CO.,
109 Fort Street,
B. :E EHOLiEIS &c GO.
Curtains in White,
At hull thu former cost.
Velvet cSc SoLiyraaa, R-utgs
In nil hlzch routly ri'ilui'eil.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
IW III lurl wo (illi'r IniiiifitMi
t5T DrosBuiaklnu Under (be Management of MISS K. CLARK. ..
Daily Bulletin, 50c. per moatti
. - , ill', wi - . -, uf .S- ""S1 a."IL
g Goods !
BRYANT" I HAVE IIKCKIVKI)
opened out and
Hl - 'FEC
k Lace Leather
Honolulu, H. I.
Cream and Colored
HiirK'iins ill nil Duiuirtiiu'lits,
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