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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
I'ltHM AND AFTER JUNK 1, 18!tt.
To Ewa Mill.
I,ciivi' Honolulu .
Louvo Pcivl Oitv.
Arrive Ewa Mill.
Liunve Ewu Mill .
Leave Pearl City .
1,0 DAL AND GENEttAL NEWB,
A neatly fitrnisuoil cottage is to
Ka Mailo will havo a grand dis
play on Wednesday.
Tho P. G. band plays as usual at
Emma Square this evening.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
cloudy, wind light northwest.
H. B. M. S. Champion may bo ex
pected in a few days from Esqui
mault, B, C.
Look out for Now York bargains
to bo offered shortly by X. S. Snobs,
, iw j i'ori si root.
j Tho baseball team from the U. S.
, S. Philadelphia went out for prno-
iico mis auornoon.
The Makawoli plantation, Kauai,
ia oxpeetod to start in griuding
again on Monday next.
Two pistol shots wore heard from
tho direction of tho Executive builil-
l ing tit miduight of Saturday.
A. Saturdays only
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, NOV. 13, 185)3.
iM! .A. 15. TESTES NEWS.
Sunday, Nov. 12.
Hum si'hr Hnlenlaila, Duncan, 10 days
from Fnnnlii:'s and Washington Isl-
Stmr Clauilinc from Maui
Stmr Mlknliula from Kauai
Behr Kinviiilntii from Koolim
Monday, Nov. 13.
Htmr W'alaleiilo from l.ahnina and Hswnii-
Stun Mokolii for Kuunakakai, Kamnto,
Vukoo, Halaua, Wailau, Felekunii.
Kalauviatiu, Lahaina, Olowalu ami
Lanai lit ." i in
Stmr Hawaii for Kulaupapa and Uokala ai
4 p m
btiur Jiune- Miikeu for Kupaa at j m
Vessels Leaving: To-inorrow.
Stiiir Klnau for Laluilnu, Muulaea, Make
uu, Maliukona, Kawaihau, Luuiuiboo
hoo, Hakalau, Hononui, I'oliukumunu,
Pepeekeo, Onomua, Pnpaikou and Hilo
at 2 p in
fctmr Claudlnofor ICuliului, Keanne, Hima,
Uuiuoa, Kipuliulii, Nun, Pauulimi, ICu
kaiau tit 5 p in
Stmr C 11 Bishop for Wuianue, Wuialtui,
Mokulela, Laii', Kahtiku ami l'unuluu
at 9 u in
Btmr Miktihnla for Nawiliwili, Koloa,
Eleele, Mukawell, Waimeaaud Kukaha
at 5 p m
Stiur Iwalani for Nawiliulli, Hanaiuaulu,
Kilauca, Kalilmvai and Hunalui at 5
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Cai'Roos from Island Forts.
Stuir Mikahula .'All lings sugar, 34 bag
pia, 14 hdltis hide", and 0 pkgs miii-
Stmr Clttudine 13 hog, 100 bag-, taro, 320
bags potatoes, 7.) bags corn, 30 bags
beans, 113 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Wnialeale 30 bead cattle, 75 pkg
From Panning's Island, per schr Hale
ukala, Nov 12 Geo Qreig, David Greig.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikabala, Nov 12
O H Bishop, 0 von Hamm, H Mulnorny,
Mr Vonainswulet, Mr L'anncy, Jno H
Wi9e, Kev J Okube, llov K S Uimoteo, itcv
Kzeru, and 45 deck.
From Maui, per stmr CInudine, Nov 12
H Laws and wife, P A Dius, C I. lirito, W
P Haiu, A 1) Larnarch, Jno Richard-'oii, F
H Havseldeu, Mrs Halov, Miss 0 Silva, J
Gandali, A Gundull, Ctt Reynolds, Ah
You, and 38 deck.
The diedge hauled alongiide ltiewer's
wtmrl this morning to take i)i coal.
Tho steamer ICiniiu will leave for wiiul
vuird ports at 2 o'clock to-moirow after
noon. The steamer Wuittleale brought 'is deck
passengers from Lalntiiia and Huiiiakiia
The steamer Mikabala, leaving to-tuor-row
ofternoon for ports on Kauai, will
touch at Nawiliwili for passenguis only.
The schooner Robert i.ewers was hauled
alongside the steamer Mikabala this morn
ing, where she was engaged in taking in
sugar fioru the latter vessel's hold.
The schooner Halcakiila, (.'apt. Duncan,
which left hereon Oct. 12th lust for the
South Seas, ur rived in port ut 10:30 yentei
day liioiuiug. On Oct. 21st, when in lati
tude 7 10' north, longitude 157 20' west
the schooner encountered very rough
weather, tremendous m-bn and furious
gusts ol wind heating uguinst the little
craft from all sides, anil for eight hours the
barometer stood at 2S.M) und 'is.ltO steadily.
Knnning's Island was reached uftera pus
sago of fourteen days, and two days were
bpent thero before her departure for NVasli
ton Island. At Washington Island a stay
of two days was inudu, during which coiuu
was taken aboard, ami slut headed for Ho
nolulu where, after experiencing the same
rough weather that she met going down,
she arrived yesterday, the return trip tak
ing ton days to accomplish, Shu luoiighl
two pasengers George und Duvld Gieig
und 52 tons of coiint consigned to 11. E.
Tho Teinporance Concert.
A lurge audience attended the
temperance concert at tho Y. M. C.
A. Saturday evening. After the
hinging of a hymn tho entertainment
opened with u well-played piauo solo
by Miss Dayton. Mrs. J. H. Paly
rendered a vocal selection beautiful
ly, accompanied by Misses Mamie
and Annie Pnty on the violin and
piano respectively. A loud encore
was yiolded to. Mrs. W. W. Hall
gave u reading for which she receiv
ed hearty applause. Mr. liu vesky sang
the "Blue Danube" in his lino bari
tone, Mih-j Pannoloo accompanying
him on I ho piano, am! the auditors
exacted mote. Miss Mary Ureun
delivered an effectivo address on the
object of the gathering. Messrs.
l'aiis ami Wairinor weie encored
for a Unto duet, and Mr. Abh gave a
piano miIo as a finale which elicited
lounds of applause but no repeti
tion. Mr. 1). V. Corliott, CJunoral
Secretary of the Y. M. (J. A., in a
few woidb commended the pledge
lo those present, after which tiie
audience was uismissod,
1 kinds o t'onunrrciiil ftintiny
promptly r.coitft n( (tni ralm ut the
A gentleman on Kauai advertises
for carps for breeding purposos; also
for Hawaiian cocoanuts for planting.
The ringing of tho Boll buoy can
bo plainly heard in town, not only
of evouings, but also during tho day.
The outgoing mail by the S. S.
Australia on Saturday for tho Coast
consisted of 4352 letters and 1238
A Japanese committed to tho asy
lum was brought to town bj- the
steamer Waialealo this morning from
James F. Morgan will dispose of
Mr. L. Toussaiut's household furni
ture to-morrow (Tuesday), Nov. 14,
at 1U u clock.
A squad of niarinos lauded from
the U. S. S. Adams this morning anil
engaged in shorn drill near tho Paci
fic Mail wharf.
Tho baseball game between tho
Healauis and Planets on Saturday
afternoon was won by the latter b'
a score of six to four.
Engineer Win. Scott, of the Ma
kawoli plantation, lias so far recover
ed from his recent accident as to le
able to walk around and attend lo
Twenty-one lepers were taken to
the landing below the Marine Uail
way at 4 o'clock this afternoon to be
shipped on the steamer Hawaii for
the Leper Settlement.
Tho Honolulu and Puuuhou foot
ball teams tied each othor in their
practice football game on Saturday
on the Pttnahou ground. Each
scored a touch down.
Foreman Jos. Kola began raising
tho monster smokestack of the Ha
waiian Electric Works Co. this after
noon. At 4 o'clock one end was
fifteen foot olF the ground.
Mr. C. B. Maile and Ki. who were
arrested for smuggling opium from
tho steamship China, will appear for
trial in tho District Court to-mor
row, ivaulukou appears lor defense.
Geo. Saudeman arrived in town
from Hilo by the steamer Kinau on
Saturday morning, and left at noon
bj tho S. S. Australia for tho Coast.
He evidently did not wish to bo seen
by his friends.
It is rumored that a prominent
olficer of the P. G. army tried to
leave the country by the steamer
Australia. There is rumored war in
tho camp over tlie same ollioer's
Mauini, a dusky sou of Ham, resi
dent at Kalihi, was committed to
the Insane Asylum to-day. Ho had
been threatening to kill his wife, and
on Saturda' became so uucoutrol
ablo that his restraint was made no-cessar'.
ProfrreBa at Circuit Torm Dissenting
Opinion in a Will Oaso.
Katnakeo was convicted by tho
native jury on Saturday, on the
chargo of violating tho anti-gambling
law of tho Provisional Govern
ment. Ho was fined STB and costs
Kaawaloa was acquitted on tho
chargo of soiling liquor without a
Akaua, convicted several days ago
of assault and battery, was fined $20
Malihiui was tried this morning
for housebreaking and acquitted.
TCosa for dofondant.
Molakn was on trial after noon re
cess for liquor selling without
license. V. V. Ashford -for defend
nut. Judge Cooper over-ruled tho plea
in abatement of defendant in 0. A.
Brown vs. Tho Bulletin Publishing
Company and allowed tho amend
ment of tho complaint. C. W. Ash
ford for dofondant noted exceptions.
Majority and dissenting opinions
of the Suprome Court havo been
filed iu tho case in re estate of Ka
maka. Tho majority opinion is by
Justice Bickortou. concurred iu by
Justico Froar, whilo Chief Justice
Judd is the author of the dis'sont
ing opinion. Following are the
findings of the prevailing opinion:
LAND AND STOCK.
Mortgaged Itoal Estate and Delin
quent Pineapple Stock.
Mr. Jao. F. Morgan hold an auc
tion sale at his salesroom at uooii to
day, of two pieces of mortgaged
lauds under foreclosure by Bruce
and A. J-. Cartwright. Tho first pro
perty offered was a piece of land,
188-1000 of an acre situated at Ka
maliola, having formerly one of tho
lots of the old Bucklo homostead.
It was knocked down to W. H. Hnl
stead for 5350. Tho second piece, of
5(kS0 square feet Hituatoon Kuakitii
street, was bought in by Patrick
Silva for $200. This lot, which is in
the roar of Mr. S. M. Damon's resi
dence on Nuuanu street, was sold by
Mr. Serono E. Bishop to the present
After the disposal of tho real pro
perty the shares of Woodlawn Fruit
Co.'s stock, certificate No. 4U, were
put up for sale, for nonpayment of
assessment. The company has its
ranch at Pearl City, and according
to Mr. Chas. McCarthy, managor,
thero are at present 20,000 pineapple
plants of tho rare variety known as
Smooth Cayennes, and 750 orange
trees, growing on the land. The ton I
shares were purchased by Mr. J. H.
Sohnack at $22 50 a Bhare. The par '
value of tho couipauy's slock is $45. I
IS THE BEST
perfectly solid inside of twenty
Forms n durable
nd elliptic, not o brlt-
Itehiins its gloss longer thnii any other
The band of the U. S. fiagMiip
Philadelphia serenaded the S. S.
Australia as sho passed the bow of
tho cruiser on Saturday, in honor of
tho wife and daughter of Admiral
Skerrett who were departing passengers.
Iii a day or two the ladies of Ho
nolulu will have a chance of seeing
Is the proposed will a
good and valid will in lawt ' Tho
contestants claim that the signa
ture of one of tho subscribing wit
nesses was a forgery. Tho verdict
was for the contestants. The pro
ponents moved for a judgment hum
"Hold, this is not a case of confes
sion and avoidance, and does not
coma within the class of cases where
such a judgment can bo given."
tt appears that the verdict of the
jurj, against which the proponents
of the will wanted judgment enter
ed, was tho same as had once before
been given only to bo set aside and
a now trial ordered. On the second
trial the motiou to set aside the ver
dict did not include a request for a
now trial. It was over-ruled by the
trial judge, from whom an appeal
was taken to the Supreme Court.
Tho majority of tho Court say in
conclusion: ''This is one of thoo
cases where it would seem that an
injustice has been doue, but wo are
helpless to remedy it, for the neces
sary steps have not been taken to
enable us lo do so. The exceptions
are over-ruled." C. Creighton for
proponent-appellant; A. Kosa for
Chief Justico Judd, in dissenting
from his brethren, says that "tho
judgment against tho verdict is by
I tho commou Jaw on tlie pleauings
I alone. But we havo in this country
departed from the common law and
established a dilleront procedure.
Ho fiuds that in tho first case whore
judgment was rendered against tho
verdict Emma Kaleleonalaui vs.
Hoopiopio et a!., 3 Haw. G82 U87G)
tho Court, by Justice Harris, de
clined to enter judgment for the
plaintiff, but ordered a new trial
although thero was no motion for a
new trial. He gives other cases
where judgment was entered, some
times for plaintiff and sometimes for
defendant, contrary to tho verdict,
when the verdict was clearly agaiust
the law and tho evidence. The
Chief Justice admits that in the
preseut case a judgment for the pro
ponents of the will, contrary to the
verdict, would hardly bo justified iu
view of certaiu disputed evidence,
but savs ho can see no reason why
l tho Supremo Court cannot order a
new i rial, no claims tor uie oouri
tho power either to order judgment
against the verdict or to order a
now trial. The Judiciary Act is
cited as authority, and the Chief
Justice concludes, "Tho supervision
by the Court of the verdicts of
juries is in my opinion a wholesome
exercise -of power and is conducive
to the public welfare."
Judge Whiting at Circuit Court
chambers has appointed W. F. Allen
as administrator of the estate of the
late P. Opforgolt under $10,000
bond. Hatch for petitioner.
W. It. Castle, assignee of the bank
rupt estate of Tai Loy, has had his
accounts approved and himself dis
charged. L. J. Levey, assignee of the bank
rupt estate of D. M. Crowlo3r, has
TOO KEEN KOK COIN.
Two Portuguese Lads Who Foilod
in Extorting a Reward. "
A Chinaman jumped off his wagon
this morning for tho purpose of go
ing into a store to purchase some
thing. His horse started to walk
away, when two Portuguese lads
with an eve to making a low dimes
grabbed t ho reins. The owner came '
out, and jumping on the seat was I
about to drive off, when tho lads de
manded a reward for stopping the
horse. Tho Chinaman answered
that ho hail no money, but. the boys
persisted. As the reward was not
forthcoming, the lads led tho whole
outfit down to tho Polico Station,
tho Chinese driver, looking foolish
and simple, porched on tho driver's
seat. At the Station the lads ex
plained their cntching tho runaway
at great peril to themselves, and the
refusal of tho Chinaman to "dig up"
for tho daring attempt. The China
man stated that the animal was
just walking off and he could have
stoppetl it himself without assist
ance. All the time explanations
wore being made tho latb hold the
horse's reins. A polico officer order
ed tho boys to release tho horse
and was oboyod, the Mongolian
driving off much elated.
Unlets the action of acid
better than any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, ields a
, hard surface, suitable lor floors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground Iu
1 oil in paste form.
Brings out the real shades of the colors
, and keeps them unaltered.
I Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
now coal tar colors.
working of the varnish.
Does not darken white lead or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can lie added to linseed oil and it will
greatly improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
By actual tests, has outlasted the bust
Therefore, Is the bust paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
Ufc Lucol fn every respect in tho
sumo manner as you would liiiboud
ml, with the siuplo exception thtuynu
may add fully one-quiirler more Ltt
coi. to the same (inutility of pigment
than you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetiiin red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the paint at least
one day before it is to lie used, then
mid u third more I.l'coi. and the paint
will he found lo cover well and have
a good gloss.
NEVEH USE J A TANS.
I Where hard surfaces such as Hours,
I stops, etc., aie required use litrurge
only, never use Jiipaus.
This Space is Reserved
Announcement of New Goods !
N. S. SACHS'
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,"
BSO Fort Strtsot, KToxiolvilu.
UWOL MIXES WITH
and assists their working and ini
I proves their appearance hut thky
i SHOULD UK USKI) SAME DAY TIIKY AUK
M1XKD, othuiwisc the gum of the var
i uish may be precipitated or the mix-
- The addition of from i to J of Lu-
coh to varnishes decs not reduce their
I lustre nor retard their baldening und
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Just Received per "Australia"
A r,AR(!B ASSORTMENT OF
BOYS' SUITS !
Ladies' & Children's Shoes
BLACK LADIES A; CHILDREN'S HOSE,
FLANELETTES, TABLE LIXEN
SILK k CRAPE SCAUPS,
Rugs and Carpets Selling at Cost !
IsL. S. LEVY-
IRWIN & CO
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
To Lot or Leaso.
tho very lati st novelties, iu drebs i also been discharged, with accounts
ioods, silks, lace.-,, embioideries and
high class millinery. These floods
were selected personally by N. S.
Sachs in New York City, and are of
the very latest designs.
There was a large meeting of "tho
faithful'' hold at I'uiiahou on Satur
day night, to confer with Portu
guese who havo beon armed by the
P. G. Marshal Hitchcock was one of
several prominent persons present.
The proceedings have not boon kopt
secret, out are storeti lor tlie pro-sent.
Santa Clans has a fresh announce
ment iu this issue. Since his Inst
appearance on this tropical scone,
tho elderly gentleman, who IooIch
after all good Honolulu boys and
girls, has been scouring the globe iu
search of a wonderful variety of
presents which he intends to dis
tribute at his agent's well known
The ''lirst Japanese divorce case"
has been partly heard by Judge
Whiting and continued until Thurs
A Boston Boy's Eyesight t
8avod-Perhaps His Life
By Hood's SnrsaparlHa Blood Poi
soned by Canker.
Bead tho following from a gratelul mothers
" Jly llttlo lioy lintl Scarlet Fever when 4. years
old, and It lotthlm very weak and with blood
poiaoned wllli ennker. His eyes became
no Inflamed that Ills sutterliiBi wero luteme, and
for seven week lis
Could Not Open His Eyes.
I took him twh o during that tlma to tho Eyo
and Ear Infirmary .i Charles sticet, but their
remedies failed to du hlra the fjlutest shadow
of good. I commenced Giving bun Hood's
Ranniurllln and It coon cured him. I havo
nnvnr .frn1itiif that It uvpd his alskl. 6Y6I1
If not hiii rrrj Mr. You may use this te
tlmonml in nnv way jouehoojo. I am always
ready to sound tho praise of
became of the wonderful good It did my son."
AHME F. Hlackman, 2888 Washington Bt,
Boston, Mns. Cot HOOD'S.
HOOD'8 PlLLO am hand nude, und are pe
tout in cumpuklUon, proportion and appeanuua.
HOIHSOS, NEWMAN CO.,
At-'fiitM for Hunaliun Inlnnds.
75 FO'ltT STREET
X ituuins ami Kitohon
103 Fort Htreet.
'pVO NICELY PVll
JL ulihed Itoom for
Gentlemen ut No. -1 Gurden
Tbe Tenancy Sold at a Good Figure
The tenancy at will of theOhiuene
Theatre, King utreot, wan Hold at
noon to-day, in front of the Execu
tive building, by Clerk .1. A. llassin-
gor ol tlie interior ueparuneiu.
The upset juice per mouth was .80,
aud it was Htarled at that iigure. A
?." contest ensued between Ng Mon- I
war and (Jliuti Meo Jiiug until the
sum of $2i() had been reached, when j
Monwar retiied and the lease was j
knocked down to Chun Mee Hing. '
Tho teuancy of the building is to I
be from month to month, until the
Government or tenant wish to
terminate the lonce, when thirty
dayn' notice is required by either
vi Cottniti' of three
Itooms, MiitiilnV for two
L'eiitleinen. nl 7,1 lteretuniii
.Street, opposite tlio Hnwtuliiii Hote
G 1(1011 I'ABTltllAUi: FOR HOUHKK
T ami rati If can li found at Kulilii, at
F. Muiori', wlic.rn k'"1 pasture ami feed
will lie given tlicin and they will he well
looked after. For fiutliur particulars up
plv lo r MYERS,
'ut Kulihl, or rile: 11)1 llell Telephone .Ml.
"VfKW HOUSE OF VIVE
L RooniH, on Magazine
Htreet, rith Ratlirooni, Pat
ent W. C.f to CoimiiamlH
one of tho linem views in Honolulu. Aiv
ply to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAB.
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
- VALUABLE PIECES OF
I improved Proportv, located
In din'-rent Parts of tho City of
Honolulu; all Imruulns. Apply
for full particulars to
ItRl'CE & A. J. CARTWRIOHT.
Robinson Block, Hotel Stroot, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholster y Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE A.JUM.IKTMKNT OF
Kovh. E. S. Timolol) and l. M.
ISzorii, accompanied by Mr. John H.
Wise, returned from Kauai yester
day morning, where they had spent
several weeks iu bringing about re
conciliation among the church iiiem
burs. .Mr. Wiuo said that their mis- i -f0 many ueople who have the taint
sion was a succen-, and they enjoyed f BC.rofulii in their blood. The ago-
the trip very much. The three gen- , um ,.auMJd by the dreadful running
sores and olhur niauifestations of
Lifo Ib Misery
llenien will visit Maui and other
windward ports iu the
thiee or four weeks hence,
this disease are beyond description,!
I There is no other remedy etpial to
Hood's Sarsaparilla for scrofula,
suit rheum and every form oT blood
disease. It is reasonably sure to
beuelit all who give it a fair trial.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills,
"The Boat in the World."
'rhl" ir wlnl V. D. Wixidriiic. "(
Hiuilly, Ky , mj of (Miumbi'i-l diiV
' . 1 1 1 . 1 1 Itinedy. Hi- npokf fmin hm
pt hi ii 1 i . H'i'ii'iii'i' iii the iim' n( it, him
-elf Mini f.iinily lining jiii-l In en
ctiicil of liuil couch- mill coliU by it,
mul I'lillriiliiia il (he hunt in Hie werhl.
Knr x.iln liv nil ilciilnre lloiiMin .UO.MK UVIMI CAUl'h Mill It It Kbit-
i.i i !. . . i?' if . i .' Ohm. lui Rip., linwaiiaii CocoamitH for
ninllli iJw.,Aguiilr liirlbe lliiwaihiii pU,'llK, ' r;. ij.siiKM.VNN.
Ulmid". ' ' Wulluu, Kaiiiil. tMl-Jt
Mil L'OUT STUEliT.
LATEST NOVELTIES !
I Oil WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15th.
' Opening Day for Xraas Goods!
ulU foht stkeet.
DK. M. (iOTO,
Physician & Surgeon
REI.I, TELEPHONE ISO.
OFFR'E: Matinak-ea Street, front of No.
f) Enginu Cu.'s iliilldlng.
HOTjrjaS: 1 to S P. 14.
Rusiiluiici': Aulii Stri'Ht, oppo. Ruforiuu
torj Hcliool, I'alaiiui.
DH. S. ASA NO,
Physician & Surgeon
NO. 1115 NUUANr AVENl'E.
l)i.o-Ii' Eale Hoiihii, - - Hoiioltilu.
H7'.' Mutual T(i!t'iliontt 11.
1 J IrtlA.
uearooin bans, &-&3$8ia&
Etc, Etc, Etc
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO HECOND-UAND Oil DAMA(tEI) UOOJJti KE1T ON HAND
ORDWAY & i'ORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
HEM- TELEPHONE 825. -a tf MUTUAL TELEPHONE iH.'..
Dl. .). TTOIUDA.
Pliysician & Suvgcjon
Nu. 6 KUKUI LANE.
DELL XELEPIIJITE S3S.
Aiiinii. u law nu Noi nu 1'rinii,
No. Ill Kiiitlinuiiinii St., Honolulu.
AT THE FAMOUS STORE OF
IB. IF. EHLERS &d OO.
BOB e S 1 1 XnOTe,T STR,EJHI1
Canton Wash. jPalorios !
A Imnd'omc (utoii Knlirlc; Ni'w Ht.vl- Ult scaion; tlilvein.'i'ts are fin'-aiiiil)c of Cliloh
Silki; to mm tlii'iu i nt-ti us to njiprcrtalv tlii'iii,
Hllk IIiiIkIi just out; real Frenrli dil(,Mih are tlin linent und tilt- urute of tlie neti.uii
Cashmere Svitolirxies SO Oeaata Yo.rci I
Oilf ol tilt liaiidHOiiit'Nt Wusli .Miiteriiile UiIh M'nMin uniirt'l iica kihI
for tli price ban no iinL
WTait Lawns and IDiixiity I
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