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Juc gnilij gwUdin.
Pledged to tif ither Sect nor Parly,
Hut Established for the. Ileneil of All.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. a, 1MM
Space 13 yivon iu this issuo to tlio
editor of tlio Star for a- tlfonso
against his record as copied yester
day from tlio Examiner. The article
on the other Milo ho refers to has
never before been brought to our at
tention, and the Sun is not received
at this office. His "ouomy's" skotch
of the Star editor's careor iu Cali
fornia, however, in describing him
as a stormy petrol, has a souiowhat
lifelike rcllection in Mr. Smith's
fierce porsonal attacks on people
hero of whom ho knows nothing ex
cepting from the prejudiced tales of
thoir oncmics whoso own social
reputation, in many cases, aro mal
odorous iu tlio nostrils of tlio com
munity. The leading paragraph in the
editorial columns of the Advertiser
this morning, was a eoarso and uncalled-for
insult to ITiiilcd Stales
Minister Willis, aud a weak attempt
at I lie eoarso sort of wit, usually in
dulged in by the Star newspaper,
against President Cleveland and
Commissioner Ulomit. A prominent
nou-partisau resident this morning
remarked that thero is at leat one
member of the V. G. not dominated
by tlio coarse element of the annex
ation club, who will officially rebuke
tlio Adverlier for its exhibition of
malicious spite against the American
Minister, for simply carrying out his
instructions from the head of the
American nation, and that one is
of Christians or any individual
Christian, can regard with a light
heart, coming from a man in such a
Thoro aro undoubtedly millions of
people who will oppose the verdict
of luo l'rosidout, but thero aro other
millions who believe it to bo true,
and morality is not to bo decided by
majorities. It is certain that Mr.
Cleveland, aud Mr. Oresham, and
Mr. Willis believe it, and that Mr.
Uishon has only defended it by sav
ing that tlio Hawaiians were not lit.
to Do consulted, as it mat made any
difference in Mr. Bishop's right to
dispose of their nationality.
The whole teuor of tho official
correspondence which tho Star pub
lished on Saturday, and which uo
other paper has reproduced, is of
the utmost gravity. Tho despatches
of our own Government indicate an
attitude of scarcely veiled hostility
to tlio United States Government.
Tho ontiro correspondence makes
the most solemn appeal to the men
aud women whoso honor is involved,
not in the triumphs of any political
party, but in the standing of tho
Christian community of these isl
ands before tho world, and iu its
reputation for honor aud justice iu
tho treatment of tho feeble as well
as or the strong, ol tun pinneis as
well a3 of the saints.
Tiiko. II. Duiks.
GREAT FALL IK PLASTER.
Captain Zloclor Lucky That He's
Alive " Kahunas nt Work."
'You can sav that Ihoro's
vaidalismby tho 1 G. army,
By Jat. T. Morgan.
Letter Vtom Mr. Davlco.
Undoubtedly tho mo.tt important
Male document ever published iu
Honolulu, appeared iu the Star of
last Saturday. Il is the decision of
tho United States Goiornincut, in
reirard to thu oiiestion which linn
absorbed attention in this country i aud battery ou Mrs. .1. k. Inul.ea, on
for the tiast vear. Nov. XX bW, at Kalihi. and
DISTRICT COURT MATTERO.
GonsUterablo Orist of Mlsitotni.iiiants
Tlio two Japs who were brought
from Ewa and tried in tho District
Court yesterday for assault and bat
tery wore both found guilty and
sentenced to pay a line of &K each.
Ah Eat, n lad of eighteen Mini
mors, was reprimanded and dis
charged. IIo had been pulled in for
being without visible means of imp.
port for the past six mouths. Ei
deuce went to show, however, that
the lad had been working at diveis
times on the city front, llu even
admitted that he gambled and won
i uas nrowoti-h found guilty and had
I sentence sup'iidcd. for having die
fa tickets iu poicinii. was lined ;'.".
two ca"s ol ilruui.i'niicts were
dispod of Willi a ii .uiiial line of
W. II. Cuuimiiigi'.tlie Itond Super-
Mcor, was omul guiiiy ol ni:iiin
At the nxsembliug of Court at l:IK)
o'clock this morning Welau, who
The lanininjro in which that deci
.-ion is couched, is the language of
the Head of the nation speaking
uitli the Miie of tho responsibility
of that great position before the
world. It uas delivered through the
bps of a Cliiistian gentleman, whoso
election for the pot is a guarantee
of the desire of his government to
treat with considerate courtesy the
men whom that government found
it iiecessarv to icbuke. Mr. Willis
declared that he spoke with a deep
and solemn sense of the giavity of
the situation, and in tho name ami
by thu authority of the United
States of America. I think it would
Ih, fitting that we, wIiom honor and
iutcrot are so deeply involved,
should endeawir also to rixu to a
deep and solemii wnsoof the gravity
of tli situation, aud those words of
Mr. Willis should bo poudeied by
every i. uin and woman in tho laud.
The central Point of I he whole
deciiiou lies iu the following word.:
"The provisional gmi-nuuent wn
not crflahlihhcd In tho Hawaii. m
people or with their consent or
ncpiif.coiire, nor has it since ousted
with their consent."
That is iu direct coutradietiou to
tho statement ou which tlio Com
missioners, to Washington, aud tho
editor of the l'limid, and most of
tho other adwicalc.i of annexation
based their action. If the Presi
dent's statement is true, It carrier
with it the stern condemnation of
the men and women who havosulfcf
eil themselves to be led, by whatever
arguments, into an elVort to Milnert
u nation. Mr. Cleveland brushes
iiway, as every court of appeal will
briihh away, the heated contention
that tho alleged iuiipiities of tlio
(Jueou aud of the legislature justi
fied foreigners iu forcibly seizing tho
reins, aud alienating tho Hag.
There is a right remedy Tor every
ill, but that doe not make every
remedy lawful or right; and tho
remedy of national extinguishment,
at tlie hands of a foreign contingent,
is abhorrent to mankind.
The President states distinctly
that, by the original interference of
the Lniteil Mates authorities, that
nation "has incurred responsibilities
to i he whole llawaiiun community."
That i merely a question of repar
ation, aud I am more concerned
with the original question, which
ii for us a very Milonin oue.
1 will veiituu- to illustrate my
point by the cam of a gentleman
who has take u a very active part,
both porsonal and representative, in
the revolution mid its hiirroiuuliugs.
Tho Ifov. S. E. Uishop announced
himself as an annexationist weeks
before tho opium bill, or the lottery
bill, or the new constitution hail
.started the revolution, lie invoked
tho prayers of all good Christians
for tlio succe-.- of the livu commis
sioners, when lliev willed in tho
Claudino. lie publicly u'liiouucod
that thu Hawaiian E angelical As
sociation wn practically a unit for
auuoxation; and ho has assumed
throughout that his iuwn represent
ed tho views of the .iHsioiinn party
generally, anil of the chuieli with
which ho is couueeted.
Tho political leputatiuii m .-in-ii ,-i
man is a matte of public import
auce, not only to himself, hut to
thoio whom lie ha i:i periuilted
to represent. What N the record
to-day? Mr. Bishop claim-, two citi
zenships, and we hae the spectacle
of the Hoad of ouo of tlioae oitieu
ships publicly negotiating with tho
Mead of tho other citizenship, to
procure a full amnesty for all who
have taken part iu thu course which
Mr. Uishop supported with might
and main. Amnesty for what? It
must bo for something which the
President of tho United States con
alders to be a political crime; and
that is not a charge which any body
$0. Tho two had a dispute over
water rights, and tho I load Super
visor iu tho heat of passion pushed
Mrs. Inukea ou some rock?, dis
locating her right shoulder. Dr.
Cooper attended the patient, who
suirered live davs iu eoii-cqiicueo of
the rough handling.
Koro Complications iu tlio CVloU.'iU
ril Itauniug Eitnto Caen.
This morning the Siiprem CoiiiI
sat to hear lh" matt, r of the estate
of James Frederick Olio P.muiilg.
Witli Chief Justice .liidd and first
Associate Jn-tice ISlekerton s.il 1
Judge Whiting of heCiicuil('iei.i; ,
owing to the disqualification ' .
.Vcoinl -snciate Justice I rear It m
hating liccu of couii'cl.
A motion to declare thesubsti ule
disiMinlilied and icplr.c It tin I y
Cecil llrown, barrister, the J iidici.ity
Act providing for such substitution
of a lawyer, occupied the tine' of
The beneficiaries Mr. Danning
aud 15. It. Manning have by their
attorneys given notice of motion, to
bo argued to-morrow, for disallow
ing the accounts of V. 1 Allen, ad
iu uistrator. with regard to several
investments of capital aggregating
thai the kahunas aro at work.1
With an address like thi3 aud fur
ther explanation in answer to a
puzzled look and an inquiry as to
what ho was giving us, Lioutonaut
G. W. It. Kiug.led tho Bulletin re
presentative from tho xgriculturo
office iu Aliiolaui Hale, or tho Judi
ciary building as it is now called, to
I ho "hall of the Legislative Assembly
now occupied as tho barracks of Co.
A, Hawaiian National Guard.
There a fccne of devastation was
revealed, llnil tho bloomin' roral-
ists been using what tho anarchists
cliooso to call the "weapons ol civil
ization!" Or had ouo of tho war
ships taken a sighting shot at tho
building and dropped a shell inside
with only too sure an aim for tho
comfort of the garrison? Tho con
dition of tho rooms to tho roar of
Assembly hall looked as if ono of
these things had happened. Thoso
rooms formerly contained tho Auditor-General's
office, tho office of 'tho
Board of Immiuration. and that of
tho Registrar of Elections. Thoy
are separated fiom tho main hall by
largo folding doors, aud divided
from each other by thin partitions.
What was seen was tho floor all
covered with plaster, including hugo
junks of cornice, and nothing left of
the ceiling overhead but bare laths,
with part of the coruico and the
large ornamental piece in tho mid
dle. This piece being anchored by
the chandelier rod looked secure
enough amidst tho wreck aud ruin.
Where tho Auditor-Gonoral used
to regulate tho finances of tho coun
try was selected by Capt. Zieglor
for his berth, when ho takes tiino
from the defense of tho 1'. G. for
slumber. Ho is usually taking a
siesta on his bed iu that corner at 1
o'clock iu thu afternoon, but somo
thiuir interfered witli his custom at
that hour yesterday. Eortunato for
him was the deprivation of his ac
customed couch ou this occasion,
fir a spaul of cornice weighing
four or five hundred pounds camo
doivnkerwhacl.ou hisbod. 11 smash
ed tluU'ron bedstead into scraps and
luade n noise prodigious enough to
inoculate llu souls of the soldiers
against all (error from tho crash of
bonibshelN. An this great tumble
in plaster was followed by desultory
bowers of the same soil of insolu
ble hail, tho company was set to
uotk and tore down tlio whole cod
ing with the exceptions above-mentioned.
Witoro tie' pl.iM -r first began to
bleak aWa. lief. ie the heavy picco
fell (hat iliMimli-J.id the captain's
bed, was at a eiacked beam under
neath the Government law library,
whoso weight of legal knowledge
materially is sueli as to require a
very substantial basis of beams, as
intellectually but a small proporliou
ol its contents would suffice to strain
many a legal luminary's understand
ing. Pieces of lal lis thai have fallen
ai found to be clean gone with dry
tot and the ravages of nuts. Thu
tirtue of the plaster, whatever 11
had o.tee. is now absent. What has
fallen and been taken down includes
two heaw cornice bells that ran iu
side of the main cornice remaining.
An inspection of the joists beneath
the law library and tho heavy safes
of the Jud'eiary Department would
seem to be iu order now. lf tho
beams aro ant-eaten or touched with
dry rot. a terrible casualty might
occur at any moment.
Household -:- Furniture
On THURSDAY, JAN. 4th
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At the residence of MRS. J. AILAU, Ku
knl street, I will sell at Public Auction
the Household Furniture, comprising
Upholstered : Parlor : Set
Center and Sofa lines,
1B.W, Marble Top Bedroom Set
1 1'uk Bedroom Set, 1 Oak Wardrobe, Pluck
Walnut Dlnlnjt Tulile, Large Ken
1 WILCOX & GIBBS'
Automatic Sewing Machine!
1 Stove and I'tonslls,
Vac, He, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Hawaii Hardware Co., L'i
Jas. TP. Morgan,
E. A. JACOBSON,
"W.VTCHMAKKtt AXI) JkWELKK
firtl Fort Street, Honolulu, If. I.
, 0. llox 7. Mutual Tele. it.
A LADY'S GOLD WATCH WITH FOR
Clisln, Key Winder. A liberal re
ward will be paid on return to this olllcc.
XT ANTED A MAN WHO 18 A DEAD
TT shot to kill cats, must have pre.
vinii" rittirn oi
lily lo J.
il oi at Imu UO rats a day. An
0. Oiilnii, or ring up i. the
UAHRIAUK CO.. the flneit
i-iiiieu larnago vo. in mo cuy
Sailors' Home Society.
fPIIK ADJOURNED ANNUAL MEET.
1 In,: ( the Honolulu ShIIom' Hoiiip
tWIcty take place on FRIDAY.
tin .Mil hut., nt 11 n. in., nt the rooms of
the Chamber ot Commerce. A full attend
mire of members of that Hoclvty Is re
Tor order F. A. 8CHAEFER,
Honolulu, Jan. A IttU. Uiu-'.'t
NOTHT. 18 IIP.ltK.IIY (JIVES THAT
thu undernliitifd.BliiuiTiiiit'Hen, litis
iw i my noiii ins uiiereu iu me ury poous
aim criM-rrv more, luxriiiur Willi mo it'nsu
of the laiuf and buildings Mtuate in Ho-
investmojita oi ca
a largo ainouut.' y
I Daath on tho 1'ootlmll Field.
All JJlilAU MllllOU) who noes not
boliovo in ciiltivatinjr muscle nt tho
expoiixo of human lfb has some very
vigorous things to say about tho re
cent erazo for tho stirring gamo ol
football, lu order to render his
arguments tlio more ollcctivo ho has
backed them up by htalislics ou tho
sport which embrace tho deaths re
corded between tho months of
Soptouiber aud March of last year.
Uo styles his list roughly but graphi
cally as "tho butcher's bill." No
less thou twenty-six young and pro
mising men mot their deaths iu the
game during that period, and lu the
majority ol cases tlio ileallis weie
horribly painful, tho victims linger
ing for a fow hours iu indescribable
agony. Thoso whose necks wore
brolion or who died from sudden
heart failure aro to bo esteemed far
more fortunate than thoso who re
coivod fatal iuUirnal injuries, or who
were kiclcod during the scrimmages
until it was impossible to preserve
tlio vital hpark. Tho compiler of
this record was unable to obtain tho
.set of statistics which would have
groatly increased the list of fatal
accidents. This list would have
dealt with those who died from the
directs of injuries receivod on Hie
Holds, and it is probable that il
would not have been shorter than
the list of direct deaths. -Manly aud
vigorous as tho sport may bo, these
statistics may detract a little from
its popularity, aud the words of an
aged divine may be echoed iu many
parts of our Dominion" "From bat
tle, murder aud sudden death," or
from tho combination of all three,
tho game of football, "Uuod Lord
deliver us." En-huna.
Old Man IXitt'lioll.
Leonard Mitchell, Honolulu's nn
touariau aud a gentleman of eolor,
called at tho IkxixriN olllce this
morning, ou Ids way home from
market with two fishes and a wad of
pui. Leonard was horn at llostou,
Mass., January I. 1701, no that to
morrow will be his ouo hundredth
birthday anniversary. Jlo has been
hero in tho time of all tho Mivereigus
of tho Hawaiian Islands excepting
Kauiohumoha 1., who died in IHI1I.
Mr. Mitchell lives on Punchbowl
above tho hospital.
CMOTUUEf BY HITCHCOCK.
"'tim it pi'o.luclioiis of tho Volcano
to Jin Soul to tho Fair.
I). Howard Hitchcock, Ullo's
artist, .eut down on tho stoamor
Kitiau iu earn of T. 1'. Sovoriu two
finely finished paintings of tho Vol
cano of Kilauca. One is an oil paint
ing representing a birdsoyo view of
the famous crater by daylight, ami
tho other a pastel of tho burning
lake by iiitrht. Doth aro beautiful
specimens of tho young artist's
ability. They aro on exhibition at
tho Aloha Gallery ami aro to bosout
to tho Midwinter Fair through Mr.
MoVoy, who loaves by tho S. S.
Australia on Saturday. Mr. Hitch
cock only recently returned from
I'.tris, tho metropolis of duo art, aud
these two paintings aro his first pro
ductions since his return. Thoy
must be seen to bo appreciated.
Mrs. Geo. Sandoman and family.
who aro at llilo, intend loaviug ou
the bark Auuio Johnson for Sau
Francisco to join tho hoad of tho
family who left by stoamor from
Honolulu some tiino ago.
and criM-try ntore, toitrther vrltli thu lease
ol the laud and imlldines Mtuate in Ilo
liolulu, on thecornvrnf Heretnnlunnd Pen
Mcola Hired, to Tal hoc of tho same phtoe,
uNo tho pood will of the builne hereto
fore earned on by him attald ktaud.
HHUN TUNU SEN.
Honolulu, Jan. L', IKM. trJO lw
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED
X to nmku all kinds of Tombstone
lni;t, Hammered Iron Work,
iviiimaies ou application.
Union Street, at Sterling's J'jltit hhon.
A COTTAGE, CONH18T
Iiik of aittliiK Room
and two Iledrooms, fur
nished or unfurnished with
Jlnthroom aud Stable. A short dlstanco
from town. No objection. Apply at the
lil'LLKTIN Olllcc. lrA)-3t
XuTAiiv Punuc, CoLLreion ami (Ji:neuu.
Sub-auent for Severn! of the Rest FIRE
Mutual Telephono 8.
Business dead ? Not much
LcastwihO it ih not bo with tho
Ciiliforuiti Feed Company. Wo
have made a business for our.
helves-, which has sdciulily grown
Ih rough all tho hard limes other
people are complaining about.
Wo have jusst secured i'rom Mr.
.1. I1'. Colbtirn his old stand, cor
ner tjticen and Nuuanu strcots,
and taken poo.i&ion of thoso
largo and convonient promises.
We had lo do so, hocauso our
old place at Loleo is too small
for our fiud-incroasing business.
In a low days tlio hark "Mauna
Ala" will ho hero again with her
fourth full cargo of J lay and
Grain, hough!, by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vchsol. We prefer lo select our
merchandise ourselves rather
than have others do il, which
nii'tiu-. Hint we gel better goods
al a It., price.
We thank our many friends
lr iln-ir liberal patronage for
He' I ,il llireo years, and hope
by tii'i attention to a business
we i Iioim uglily uiulersland lo
inci. i ii dfui .?i- of us ninny
CALIFORNIA FHRD CO.
Merchant Street, Honolulu.
P. O. llox m
A FEW ROOMS, FUR
nlshod or uufurnlsbod.
Cool location. Teu min
utes walk from Post Olllce.
AUo Stable and Carriage House
at WHlt. OERT. SHOE STORE,
OLEA8E CALL AT V. 0. IRWIN &
JL Co. (Ltd). Important Information
awaits you. UlU-lw
HONOLULU CBIOKET CLUB.
THE SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING OF
tho Honolulu Cricket Club will bo held
at tho Hawaiian HoUl.oa WEDNESDAY,
Jan. 10, 1801. at 7:30 r. m. Ilv order.
It. L, AUKRUACH,
ON AND AFTER THE 1st JANUARY,
IMil, tho retailing of Dry GoodH will
UUMw T1IE0. H. DA VIES & CO.
AT A VERY REA80NADLE FIGURE;
1 new, unused, FkeumatigTuk Union
Saiktv DiovcLie. For particulars apply
to L. HB L. WARD,
018-at At W. C. Peacock & Co.
PER S. H. "AUSTBALIA."
Saturday, Dec. 30, 1S93.
Metaphorically speaking the
world stands to-day on the
ragged skirts of the old year
and, in a perturbed state of
mind, contemplates the possi
bilities and probabilities of
1894. The commercial disas
ters which befel the United
States during the past twelve
months were of a character to
make the merchant, every
where, careful as to his pur
chases as well as his sales.
The banker who watched the
"cent per cent" promissory
notes of his customers blos
som, left them to the receivers
to pluck the fruit.
As usual, for hard times has
had no visible effect upon us,
we start the year with a large
assortment of handsome goods
as well as serviceable articles.
We can give you a plow a
Hendry Breaker that is both
handsome and serviceable in
the eyes of the plantation
manager, but which would be
unattractive to the lady who
sees more beauty in one of
our piano lamps. Our stock
is selected to suit people in all
classes of society from the 400
down, but the quality in each
class is the best, and that is
the reason that every article
we sell gives perfect satisfac
tion. The invoice of lamps we re
ceived just a little late for
Christmas included some very
handsome ones, perhaps the
prettiest we have ever had,
and do just as well after the
holidays as any other lime:
and the silver ware looks just
as well on the table. The idea
that a man should buy for his
home such articles as these on
a certain day, or at some spe
cial season is a mistake; his
wife will enjoy them at any
Last week we sent to the
homes of three prominent Ho
nolulu people, Fischer steel
ranges. From two of them
we have reports that their
meals have been b".ttcr cook
ed than ever before, and the
amount of fuel required for
the service less. 1 he ranges
we now sell you arc made of
steel, just double the thickness
ofanywc have ever sold; this
means years of continued good
health to the stove. People
who have traveled on dining
cars in the United States will
understand the value of the
Fischer range when we tell
them that it is the one used
there. People here who have
the services of inferior cooks
will appreciate tne value 01 a
Fischer range once they have
eaten a meal cooked on one
of these stoves. Compared
with the time they last, they
are cheaper than four ordinary
The Locked Fence is king
among fences, and we arc the
sole agents for these Islands.
Like a good many other things
we sell you they last too long
to be profitable to any one but
the purchaser. Steel every
where lasts longer than wood!
Then why should not the
spring stays used in building
a-locked fence outlast a wood
en post? As to strength,
there's no comparison; you
could turn loose a herd of
Erize bullocks against the
ocked fence and not weaken
it, it's built with a view to re
sist the attacks of any number
of wild cattle. Its adoption by
plantation owners here is as
certain as anything can be, be
cause every one of them wants
to economize in every way
possible. There is no casiesr
way than this.
A weather prophet tells us
that the next summer will be a
dry one. If he is correct it
means a big business to us in
the way of Aermotors, and
the people who have had trou
ble during the past year in ob
taining water, had better pro
fit by the suggestion and dig
wells. Tho Aermotor will
force the water anywhere once
you find it.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort Ke Ilotol Streets.
Toys of Every Description !
Holiday h Xmas Goods !
BEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS !
Will Lead the Market in Low Prices!
I AM OFFERING A VERY LARGE STUCK OF
For Ladle r, Gentlemen mid Children at Iow l'rlcc.
Bl'KUt Al-At UV.-n line lino ol Ladles' Einhrolded Hlllc Handkerchief.
8PEClAI.-At3.V.-Geit' Japanee Silk Handkerchief-.
Bl'i:CIAI,-At UKc-lM dozen Fancy yill: llundlnrchlufs.
ttW Mv.V., 10c, i(i, IS mid lil'j'o. Ladle' Handkerchief tin- ihc hcM x-ilues
ollcrt-d In tint market (Immense uvmrimcnt to si'livt from).
Extra Valno In Hosiery tor Ladles, rjontlomen and Children I
rnst Black Gont'a Silk Hoso at $15 Dozon t
Great Cut iu Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will he nir.Trd al l-mwr IMiv. llnu i-v.t lii-fuii1.
My $1 Oulta reduced to $3. My $5 Suiln roditced to $U.7S. My $0, !0.CO
mid $7.50 Quits (Knoo Vnnto) reduced to $0.
In Boy's Knee Pants Good Values are Offered!
My SI Knoo P.tnla reduced Is G5c. My 32, $'-'.25 and $2.50
Kneo Pauls rcilucou lo 51.50
Boy's "Waists at 65c.
In While and Funey IVrcale with Hack and Front I'loaled nod l.r
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette 1
Full Line ol India Silk in all Gradc3 at 50c. Yard
Ity tho "Aii'lrnllu" dint hen ml ftiturd-iy 1 will r r ivo a l.iric M- -k nf
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed!
Kcw Iloveltles lu Laces, iilbbous and Oilier Taney Goods.
A I .SO ANOTIIEIl I.AIUiE INVOICE Ol'"
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes !
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The Finest Perfumes in All Sizes
PUOM THE LEADING LABORATORIES.
Binaala anci Oorxito Sets,
Kodaks, Etc.. Etc.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Honolulu., H. I
5RO irorl. Sr.r3Qt.,
At tbe Beaver Saloon,
H, J, Nolto, Proprietor.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0io..llw biuvi kuls' IllooL,
307 FOKT STREET.
T..OVEXOY &. CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Stroot, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
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C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Savi" Wine Cllurs, AVjw City.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Layer Deer,
San Jose, Cul., U. S, A.
DallemaniJ & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
Atucelva'a Finest J'roductiim, JUch unit Melluw.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
- Ihionn and JlelUible.
Scott & Gibort's "Sassafras" Sour."
The Vtlnee of Summer Drinks.
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