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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM ANJ) AFTER JUNE 1. I8U3.
To Ewa Mill.
Arrive Kwa Mill..
Leave Ewa Mill..
Leave PppM city
A. Saturdays only,
!u gpiljj Uklin,
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 6, 1893.
Wednesday, Deo. 0.
Am bk C O Bryant, .Tacobaon, 18 days
from Ban Francisco
Stuir Knala from Waianao and Waialua
Btmr James Makeo from Kauai
Schr Moiwahlno from Koholalole
WKUNE6DAY, Dee. (i.
Btmr Jaiuon Mnkco for Kapaa at 1 p m
Schr Mahitnahi for Waialua
Schr Ka Moi for Hamakua
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Btmr James Makco 224!) bags sugar, 100
Bchr woiwahinc 2120 bags sugar
For Kauai per tmr Iwalanl, Hoc 5
For Hamnkun per schr Ka Moi, Dec O -J
For Maui per stiur Claudine, Dec 50
Unna, W 11 Cormvcll, Mrs J H Wodc
housc, Jan Anderson, R. T Wilbur, C von
Hamm and about 2.1 dock.
For Kauai per stmr MikAhala, Dec 5
Mrs E W Holdnortn and servant, I! Iv
Ooodacro and wife, O L Brtto, DrVried
lander, O .lolmn, (J 11 Hofgaard. Mr II
Isenbcrg, Miss ISuhmidt, Miss Anhngen
and about 3") deck.
Tho barkuntinc Amelia is being lec.mlk
ed on the Marine Railway.
Tho barkentino IrtuEard has been thor
oughly scraped from stem to stern prepa
ratory for now coatings of paint. She is
lying in navai row,
o bark Albert is lying in the (tream
tho O. II. & L. Oo.'s wharf. She is
oxpectod to leave for San Francisco about
tne latter part ot tno wceK.
The Duke of Argyll and tho Enoch Tal
bot, lying at tho new Fort-btreet wharf,
and the Wrestler, at tho P. M. S. 8. w harf,
are still discharging their loads of coal.
The htcamor Jas Makee arrived from Ka
paa this morning with 2240 bags sugar and
100 bags rieo. She also brought an 800-lb.
pipe for the Pacific Biass Foundry. Tho
sugar was transferred to tho bark R. P.
Rlthet this morning.
ROW AT At Santa Barbara, Cal., on Nov.
0, 1893, to the vifo of A. It. Rowat. V.
8., a daughter.
THE MISSES AI,BU.
A Great Musical Treat Opening
Concort To-morrow Evening.
The Misses Albu, tho gifted Eng
lish vocalistB now in Honolulu, will
give a grand concort in tho Opera
House to-morrow (Thursday) even
ing. That tho public are aware of
the musical treat they are going to
nave is snown oy tno large number
of seats that were taken up imme
diately tho box plan oponod. Tho
program is an excellent one, giving
choice in different styles of vocalisa
tion. Mi3s Julio Albu is down for
"Sing Sweet Bird" and "The Song
that Beached My .Heart." Miss
Rose will give Mattel's "Dear Heart"
and "AngoFs Serenade" (Braga) with
violin obligato by Mr. Rosen. The
talented ladies will join in two duots,
"Hear Me Norma," the great duet
for two sopranos from tho Opera of
Norma, and the sweet "Maying" of
Alice M. Smith. Tho instrumental
numbers will be filled by the orches
tra and operatic flute and clarionet
soIob from Traviata and Sonnam
bula by Mr. Barsotti and Mr. Keogh.
Prof. Berger will act as accompanist.
The program is a lengthy ono, and
Honolulu people may expect an
exceptional evening at the Opera
House to-morrow, tho first appear
ance oi England s latost sopranos,
the Misses Albu. Following is tho
1. Overture Concerto. . Kudiger
2. Song Sing, Sweet Bird (lanz
Flute Solo-11 Traviata. . Verdi
Mr. L. Barsotti.
BongHear Heart Mattel
Miss ltoso Albu.
Oavottc Dearest Love Mnnkott
Duet Hear Mo Norma. Bolllnl
Tho Misses Albu.
Bong The Bong That Reached My
Clarionet Solo 11 Bonnambula Bellini
Mr. W. Kcogli.
Hong Angels' Serenade . Braca
Viol in obligato by Mr. J. Rosui.
Miss Rose Albu.
March Joyful Days Kotii
Duet Maying . Alico Man Smith
Tho Missos Albu.
Accompanibt, Prof, H. Beiger.
Arrested for Larceny,
1', Mtiiakuehi, ft Japanose, was ar
rested this morning on tho com
plaint of T. IliiBliima, a follow-coun-iryman,
charging him with tho lnr
cony of watcli springs and crystals,
Hashinia ib a watchmaker, and lately
ho could not account for tho disap
poarancu of cortaiu littlo articles
about tho shop. Ho finally left tho
matter to Dolectivo Larson for in
vestigation, Tho result of tho in
vestigation was tho arrest of Muia
kuchi, and tho police think they
hnro n good case.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho P. G. band will givo a con
uort al the Hawaiian Hotol this
ovouing. A dauco will bo hold in
tho lanai aftor tho concort.
A supplement of interesting ori
ginal matter appears with this issue.
Subscribers will ploaso notify us of
any failures to rocoivo tho supple
ment. Mr. Lovingstou, managor of tho
lato M. Goldberg's storo, is giving
groa bargains in mon's and boy?
clothing. Soo tho pricos olsowhoro
For a nico Christmas prosont,
what is tho matter with a pot or
baskot of choice foms, to bo had at
Mr. Lillio's rosidouco on Saturday
Santa Claus' Headquarters will re
main opon ovory ovouing from now
until Christmas. Now goods for tho
holidays per S. S. Australia.
Tiios. G. TnrtUM.
With tho Friond for December
aro issued portraits of tho lato Rev.
Samuel Chonery Damon, D. D., and
Mrs. Julia Mills Damon, his wife.
Dr. Damon was tho founder and for
forty years tho editor of that perio
dical. A largo mongoose moasuring two
feot three inches' from nose to end
of tail was shot yesterday at the
Enterprise Ranch, Nuuauu Valley,
by Joo Silva. It had been commit
ting havoc among tho chickens and
A now carpenter shop for tho 1. I.
S. N. Co. is being built at the cor
ner of Allen and Kilauoa streets on
tho Esplanade. Tho materials used
in its construction wore those from
tho abandoned Huolo mill, which
were brought hero r. few months ago
by tho steamer Hawaii.
Mr. J. S. Walker, agent for the
Royal Insurance Co. and Alliance
Assurance Co., is first in tho field
with offico calendars for 189A. On
tho Royal Insurance Co.'s calendar
aro neat representations of tho four
groups of marblo statu.;.,,' which
adoi u t ho corners of tho Albert Me
morial, llytlo J'ark.
Owiiig to Iho gratifying press of
advertising on our columns tho past
week, n good deal of local matter
lias boon sacrificed after being put
in typo. A repoil of tho c-rickot
match on Thanksgiving Day was
resound fiom tho killing process, be
cause tho winners being straugors it
would look bad to suppress tho ro
cord ot thoir triumph.
Sixty-seven Japanose sat down to
tho dinuor complimentary to officers
of H. I. J. M. S. Nauiwa at tho Ha
waiian Hotel yesterday evening.
Mauy of the most prominent Jap
aueso residents wero prosont. The
Hawaiian National baud played do
lightful music on tho grounds dur
ing tho dinner. On tho hotel veran
da and on tho grounds wore noticed
prominent sociotj' people and naval
officers all lovers of good music.
Engine Co. No. 2 has beon engaged
all day in pumping water out of tho
cofferdam under tho storn of tho
st jamship Miowora. This aftornoon
tho water has been so far reduced
that tho keel could bo seen, reveal
ing a largo ront in the iron at the
extreme end of the keel, where tho
stern post was broken off. Tho
blades of tho propeller received
slight injuries by having been bat
tered near the tips. So largo a num
ber of people took au interest iu
watchiug the operations that the
wharf where tho Miowora is lying
was crowded all day.
STRUCK ON THE HEAD.
An Accident on the Water Front this
A native dock laborer named Lao
ula met with a painful accident on
tho water front at 10:30 o'clock this
morning. Laeula was assisting in
discharging tho coal from tho Brit
ish bark Duko of Argyll, when a
largo lump of coal dropped from
tho bucket and struck him square
on top of the head, making a nasty
abrasion. Tho man foil unconscious
aud was picked up by follow-labor-ers.
Police officer Kailikolo had him
convoyed to tho Police Station, and
later to tho Queen's Hospital, whore
the wound was sewed up. Tho man
did not remember anything whon
ho came to, tho blow having boon
An Ecclesiastic Monument.
Mr. E. B. Thomas, contractor and
buildorj is now engaged at the Cath
olic Mission grounds in preparing
the foundation for the erection of a
haudsomo statuo commomorativo
of the oldest church iu tho islands.
The statuo will staud on tho very
spot whore tho old church of "Our
Lady of tho Peaco" originally stood.
An artistically designed iron fonce,
tho work of Mr. A. Jaouou of Union
street, this city, will surrouud tho
statuo. Tho fenco will bo about CO
feot in length, and octagon in shape.
It is anticipatod that tho monument
will bo tho prettiest piece of work in
that lino evor seon in Honolulu.
A dray drieu by ft Chinaman
named Ah Hoo collidod with a brako
in which was a nativo lad named
Boni at tho corner of Nuuanu and
Berotauia streets, this forenoon.
Boni was driving on tho right Bido,
and Ah Hoo in trying to turn into
Nuuauu stroot, miscalculated tho
distance aud the losult was a colli
sion. Tho axlo of Boni'b brako was
smashed, tho damuKo amounting to
about Si. Ah Hoo was arrested for
furious aud houdloss driving, and
now he is taking lessons from Major
Macy on how to turn a corner,
For rheumatism 1 have found
nothing equal to (Jhamborlain's Pain
Ualin, It relievos tho pain aa soon
as applind. J. W. Young. West
Liberty, W. Va. Tho prompt relief
it affords is alonu worth many linn's
tho cost, f0 cents, lit continued use
will effect a permanent euro, For
salo by all dealers, liunbou, .Smith
& Co., agents for tho Hawaiian
Business dead? Not much!
Leustwiso it is not so with tho
California Food Company. Wo
havo inado a business for our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all tho hard times other
peoplo aro complaining about.
Wo havo just secured from Mr.
J. P. Colburn his old stand, cor
nor Queen and Nuuauu streets,
and taken possession of thoso
largo and convenient premises.
Wo had to do so, because our
old place at Loloo is too small
for our fast-increasing business.
In a few days tho hark "Mauna
Ala" will bo horo again with her
fourth full cargo of Hay aud
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vessel. We prefer to select our
merchandise ourselves rather
than have others do it, which
moans that wo got hotter goodB
at a less price.
Wo thank our many friends
for thoir liberal patronago for
tho past three years, and hopo
by strict attention to a business
wo thoroughly understand to
merit the patronage of as many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Hawaiian Opera noose
LEVEY - - -.
M. TLUNKETT -
First Appearance of the
Grand Opening Concort of tho above Cele
brated Artists in Choice Selections,
inclndinK the Great Duet
From the Opera of Norma
in which then: pitted Artist caused such a
givat furore at the Opera House in San
KrnncNcn, before nn audience of .1,200
SEP" Popular price. Jlox plan open on
Wednesday morninc, a' L. ' Levey's at 0
1. J. LEVEY - - - Lessee.
SATURDAY, DEC. 0TH.,
THE HAWAIIAN NATIONAL BAND
WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE.
Box Plan for resorved soats will he
open at L. J. Lovcy's on Wednesday morn
ing, December 0, at 0 o'clock. 897-0t
An Oil Painting of the Volcano, by tho
lato Juleh Tavbbmer, being ono of his
latest production), on view and for salo by
L. J. LEVEY,
H'J!J-lSt Corner Queen and Fort Streets.
ALL BILLS DUE A A1NST THE Ho
nolulu Itoad Board in futuro are re
quested to be presented at tho office of the
Road Supervisor of Honolulu on tho 20th
of each month, otherwise they will be ex
empt from that mouth's estimate and like
ly not to bo paid for ono or two montha
after. By order of tho Honolulu Road
Board, W. H. O0MMINQS.
800-tf Road Supervisor, Honolulu.
POCKET MEMO BOOKS.
DUPLICATE 1NSIDE8 FOR USE IN
Covers of Union Feed Co.'s Pocket
Memo Books, can bo had on application at
the Company'rt Office, Queen streot.
HUl-lm UNION FEED CO., (L'n).
HAVE YOU TRIED -:- -:-
I von try them once you will
smoke no other. .....
Any one rcturniny SO Jockey
Club Labels to 8. KUBEY Sc
CO., No. 51, King Street, will
bo presented with a beautiful
Cigarette or Cigar Cane.
"Sans Souci" Hotel
(kltihcr OT, Ih'JJ.
Ifttitiuiieilesin- tuch uhl-fnshiuned thiny
iii'hiicly rrattru, iititt, jiiire nfi, clfiirwi
ualii, ijuvtl fiiud unit lirwcnly smitits liuwi
mil Icfuie his fits fieri aentng oitr the 'net
pi unit the distant hills of IIVxKir, rccum
inriiil him cordially t the "tima Hmei."
uojiKiCr Minn srnvjiNsuA'.
T. A, SIMPSON,
livery ikterljitlon oJOli MINTING
done at the UuUctin Ogee,
Qulofc Relief and Porfeot Our
O. B. Patrick
"I ww eo badly afflicted with aclatlt rtwura
tlim that t could icarcelr more. I uitl ft great
mny remedlei which did me no good. AfrUnd
prtienUd me a bottle of Ilood'i Sanaparllla,
which I began to take. Tho rellf wu quick
and two bottles eurtd me completely. I author.
I the use ol my nam and portrait In rtcom
monding Flood's Sampullla, (or X think II a
vry valuable medicine. I recommend. 11 to all
who may be afflicted with rheumatism or old
Hood's s Cures
fever sores, as I know of a lady In Oakland who
has botn cured ot ulcsrs by this wonderful med
icine." O. B. Patrick. No. oob California Bt,
Btoclcton, California. Oet HOOD'S.
Hood's Pills act easily, yet promptly and
efficiently, on the liver and bowels. SBc
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
One Store above Ring Street.
Cheapest House in Town
Bargains! Bargains!! Bargains!!!
BALK ON FIIOM
AND THE l?OLLOWIN!
THREE WEEKS !
SS3 Goods being- sold at
enormously Reduced Prices,
at less than half the value.
KS3 The undersigned lo
cated at Nuuanu street, is
offering the following- Goods
in order to reduce his large
KS Come and see for
yourselves and you will be
Men's Undershirts north 35c., now l!0o. or a
Men's Canton Flannel Drawers, worth HOc,
Men's Straw Hats, new style; worth $1 now
Men's Straw Hats, new stIe; noith Sic.
Men's Black Hats, best values at Uh: and
Men's Black Socks, fast color; '-'DC. or li
pairs for $1.
Men's Pants, good value; worth J now f 1
Men's Coats iu various patterns only $-
White Handkerchiefs worth 10c. now uc. or
(! for L'5c.
Ladies' Kid Slippers worth fi! a pair now
Men'a 1'auU, good value; worth t now $.
Men's Pants, good value; worth $5 now $3.
Men's Cotton Socks, 6c. a pair or 0 for -5c.
Men's Overshirts, full Mn; 25c. each.
Silk Handkerchiefs worth 50c. only '20c.
Silk Handkerchiefs worth $1 now 50c.
Men's Calfskin Shoes only $1.75 a pair.
Brown Cotton, good value; 10 yds for 50c,
White Cotton, good value; 'J yds for 50.
AND OTHER GOODS
Too numerous to mention at
equally Reduced Prices.
YESES CBLAJN" Sc CO,,
b'JO Nuuanu Street. 2w
PEll S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
fPHB FOUR ROOMS ON
X tlie Kroimd floor of
.1... M ..! . 'I'. I...
IIIU iUUUIIIU Alllll'IV.
Rooms aro Hiiilablu for
Stores or Ollleo.
For liarticularH annly
W. F. ALLEN,
Chairman of Truslcoa over llihhon A
Co.'s Dank. hOl-liu
Al'AilTV l)i:SIHi:fa TO
Iluy or to Chaitor u
Hiimll Steamer or Hchoonor,
For imrtloulors, cull nt the
Ollluo of this noner.
An unusual nttractlvo vnrloty of NEW
GOODS to mcot tho tasto and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from n fine stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS THE NEW SEABON'S -
That must bo seon to bo appreciated.
Also a lino of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jinnies and Fairy Tales.
Additional to a bowlldorini; .supply of tho
customary good goods for nil good
pooplo is a stock of
That nro as useful as they nru novel and
nttractivo, and of all klndu and Bizec
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
Santa Olauh' Headquarters has
always been uotod for its supply of Dolls
and all tho etceteras of dolldoin, and this
season loads them all.
Vanttn Tllla Han Trtlla tli.M.n nnllu
-China Dolls, 'Dolls with Flno French Bis
que Heads, Dolls with socallcd Unureak-
ablo Heads, China HcadR.
"PVVT T O with Ileal Human Hair,
UK JUluO Dolls with Natiual Look
ing Hair, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hair nt all.
Bleeping Soils, 'Wakeful Colli), Smil
ing Bolls, Crying Dolls,
iu Full Dro-, llnir Dii-is
and llnilri'sinud ntiit'itiu
from nbout three IiicIh to nearly tluc"
feet iu hIki, and from inn i"iil In'wviiil
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Bo; Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dollx, Knirlii-h Dull-,
German Dolls, American Dollh,
r.squimaux i;oiis, inuian noil
Mulatto 1J0IL3, uarKey
Wiirs. Doll's Arms
Shoes, Doll's Stocklii
ies. roll's wats. uoira
Parasols, Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Fans, Doll's
Cradles, Doll's Bedsteads, Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Tea Sets,
Wash SotH and sets of lots of necessary
things to complete the happiness of a
doll's mnmnia's life.
Equal liberal provision is made in all the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
OUTDOOR GAMES, INDOOR GAMES
... b o o k: s ...
That aro a joy to behold.
Cf Everybody and all ages .provided
for at Snt Clavh' HxAixunRTKnH.
H. HACKFELD & CO.
FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
Genuine Bndweiser Beer
Biewed by the Anhcuser-Biibch Blow
ing Association of St. LouK
-AND OF THE
Milwaukee Brewing Cos
LARGE SHIPMENTS JUST TO HAND
AND FOR SALE BY
H. HACKFELD & GO.
FOR SAN MIANCISCO.
THE Al STEAMSHIP
Wllih blJAVi: HONOLULU
roi. Tin ahovi: rnitr n
Saturday, Dec. 9th,
The iiuderiiluned are now jimpim-d to
ikhiio Through Tickets from this ('ily lo all
points iu the United States.
(V For finthcr particulars rcK"i'ilin;
FreiKlit or I'li'baije, apply to
WM. (I. I It WIN .V CO., L'i',
KD7 Ot (lencral Ai;enU,
A. uuinsol lutereitliiK ReadiiiK Mailer,
Ulsndi.Ml nulled to forelun oountrieM.IN
NOW OPEN AT
Laces and Embroideries !
TIip L.irj;o-! Asurliitrni niul t In- Fine t uer Imported in tho Islands.
FINE HI, AUK ALI.-0VEH L.U'Ki in Plain, Dotted and Striped v,lth LncoB to match.
ELEOANT HLACIv SILK LACK PLOPNCES with Edgcing to match.
POINT D'ESPttlTNLI In lllark and Dollcato Bhados.
--AN ENDLESS VAKIETY OP
Black Laces, White, Cream and Ecru Laces
lu Silk and Potion, including iho l'" Tone, mid lllackand White combination.
EMBHOIDEUEDVEr FI.OFNOF..S m White and Delicate Shades.
SWISS EMmtOlDEUED PLOPNi ESnln llig liargain.
MVl ' EMIIUOIDEIMES in All Widths and NewcBt Pattern!.
OUR TRIMMING MINT IS COMPLETE !
LATEST SILK PASPAMENTE1MES in Itl.ick .uid Color..
JE'l PASSAMENTEItir. Tltl.MMINCiS in New Pattornn.
SILK and JET PA.S.-sAMENTEKIP.s in Scts-in Black aud Colored.
-- VI.SO A tOMPLE'lE NEW LINE OF
Silk Ribbons, Satin Ribbons and Fancy Ribbons, Etc
-' ' I "
PATENTED PNDE1S 'I HP. ' VUS
Tlie gic.it :i(h.int.ig; - to be duiu'd fioni Iho tim- of the National Cask
SuKi;i)i)i:u uic thoinuyhly osl.iblishcd .uid acknowledged by Planters
Tliu l.ugo iuiinln.1-ol I'l.inlci.) iisin.'i llieiu in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine UciHiblii', IVrn, Ausli.ilii mid el.-ewlieio, hear witness to tho
Tlie nsu of tho Sni:i;i)i)i;u eiy laigely ,ui0'mL'iil" Iho qnnntity of cane
the mill Mil giind ('2i to o0 ,), h1m the exlinction of juice (5 to 12).
It i u gieat -.ifeguatd, niuking known .it oiu-e the presence of any
piecea of iion, cdnkcb from cut, or unyUiin which would he liable to darn ago
the mill, and allowing .uiido lime to u-moe .'.line hefoie dumaging tho mill.
The Siiui:iwi:i: k eiy eiimiglv niulo, .unl fiom the niaunor of its opera
tion ll cutb oi te.us ihete pii'ci. ol wood oi mm without often breaking tho
Snui:i)m:u; .uid ii anything bre.ik-, P it. dimply home of (ho knives or cutters,
which cm he uicl.ly :ind eeouuiiiic.illy icpl.tced. Tlie Siikkddeb, as its
iiuitic indicate, le.ii.-. the c.uu into sluods of varying longtlis, perfectly opon
ing it and allowing the mill to llioiouglily pre-s out the juices without re
iuiiing the iinmeno oUi.i powei liecessuy to grind or crUBh tho whole
cane. The Sin:i:iir,i! 'picul-s the Mucddcd ciue unifoinily aud ovonly to
the mill roll.-, and does .iw.iy with the neceedity of hpicading tho bagasse by
hand between the milL, whue icgi mding is in use. No greater amount of
boiler c.iiiacity is leiuiiicd to opeiate the Shhi:i)1)EU than that which was
buflicient for Iho null, for the above io:ibon. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation uf out Siiiir.imr.us, enabling any compotont en
gineer to biieeebbfully iiibt.ill and st.ut tlicm.
In ordering Sniiinmr.iti fiom u, plea-e s-end small sketch, showing tho
diameter and width of the mill iolh with which Shredder is to bo connooted,
albo the side (eithei light or left hand as you face the delivery side of tho
mill), upon which the mill engine i located, aUo the height from floor lino
to centci of fiont mill loll bhaft, and distance cinlor this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These Simi:iin:its au now being utcd by the Hilo Sugar Co.
and Hawi Mill, Kohala, when, thej an gimg great satisfaction.
fitT l'lices and fuilher p.irltculan may be had by applying to
AT THE FaMOPS STORE OF
IB. F. BHLBES & OO.
SOS & 5 1 1 FOR.T STPJ.B3H3T.
Oeixrton Wash Falorios !
A handsome Cotton Fabric, New Stj lis this season; the cllects aro fac-slruiles of Ohtea
Silks, to sei- them means to npiireciiito them.
Silk finish just out; real Frjuch il.'si;ns aro the lliiest and tho craze ot the season.
Cashmere Siatoliixies 20 Cents Yard I
One of the hands-oniest Wa-h Muterial-i this beabon entirely new and
for tho jirice lias no eiiiiil.
"Wiiit Tja.-wris and Dimity I
G In Plain, Striped and Cheeked in j-reat variety.
t3T Dressmakina Under Iho Uanagomout of MRS. RENNEB. tfj
511-TEI.UPHONKfa -Ueii n.
1'. O. llo wi
Nan -In SaM
111 KING STREET.
J'xaat Oipenecl !
Of Dlllen nt Varietur and Liu i i'aiteiu .
SHIRTS, SILL HA.MJKI.IlOHU.l -JAI'ANLSi:
roiii'j.i.Ahs ri;A si:t.'
I-iO-w Prices !
op n: HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
IFA E IJKP.N APPOINTKD SOLE AGENTS FOR
:ul ate now mop.uol lu louuivc ordera.
IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
)lr AienU foi the inuntiaii Islands.
hpenul attention Is called to our New
' SILK DRESS GOODS I
Ladloa' and Qents' HandkBrchlefs
(Will! American or Hawaiian FUgs)
hh im . s-ushe-, Table Covers,
1 Neckties, Bhirts, Etc., fltc.
' COHON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shuts, Pajamas, Suits,
Kimono l'nttoni, Klc, Bto.
Fancy Porcelain Tea Sots,
Ciipo and Saucers, Plates,
Mower Viuos, Etc., Etc,
jj Christmas Cards, Eanoy Envelope,
'n'l".""?' VuM 'M'or lanterns,
lahlo Crumb l'au, Etc,, Eu.
Importur of Japanoso Goods,
Jwd Fori bt., nvur Cuntow llua,
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