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Slit ilrtihi iHullflin.
TIIUKSDAY, .IAN. II. 1891.
AVIicn wore llio directors of the
Star newspaper constituted n branch
of the Provisional Govcrumont?
Editor Smith of tho Star has been
told by his employers in effect that
they hired him to run their black
guardly sheet ntul not to work his
own ambitious scheme. of self-ag-yraud'u'eineiit.
Sin-h a disgraceful product of
jnurualNin as this morning's i.-stto
of tho Adirtier lias noer been
cen in Honolulu. It1 personalities
aie dis(;uslinr in the extreme, while
its news columns are crowded with
ancient waterfront fakes. How would
the AdicrtUcr editor like it if peo
ple if his own kin uere dragged
into oljrar newspaper paragraphs
l.'iuU-i the heading, 'What a
Chaujre." the San l-'raiii'i-M'nl'all has
the fullimiii ' article:
li. I'liailes I.. I'arli'i. one of tln
('oiiiiui-"sio!ii-M appointed by the
rroiioual Ooverutnent of Hawaii
to con f 1 1 uith the Oovt'rnini'iit of
tlm I nited Mates with a view to jio
Itiiral union. writis over his own
name that after the toweling of the
A tu. i ii an llnjr. wliii-h had been lioiat
ed nor Hawaiian public building".
Seci -t.-iry Uresliam tnted positively
that lli 'ii-'iMini-t ration had no in
tiMitioii t.f icstoriiii; the tjiieen. As
ii io not iin Mimable that .Mr. Ores
ham made a ttaieinctit he did not at
tin-time bcbcie to be true, it fol
low either Ilia (he Incident's in
tention wcr-- iii.t then known to
Oresliam i iii.il th lotoration of
tin t4uiM-1 f'uiui afierthoughl.
Tlu-n- i- p tIii;. ho other public
mill now hi ' !!'!: 'i hij;h ollice eon-i-i
iiiiiij' m ,- in lln-iv I such diere
opinion '. tlii'if i roin'crniugSecre
lai Ii .in The t from the
li'i'jinli'.. an p'irl to t lit Democrat
i;i' in uiiMii"tiii in loiieiiueuce
PROVISIONAL liEOISL AXtTBR.
Regular Qonoral Session of the EXe
cutlvo nud Advisory Councils.
After live or ton minutes of wait
ing for a quorum, Minister Smith
announced that l'rosiuont Uolo was
provouted by indisposition from at
tending, and, as Vice-President
Wilder was absent, ho called on
Councillor Allen to tako tho chair.
Pre.'out: Ministers King. Damon and
Smith; Councillors Allen, Eintiiu
lutli, Waterhouso, Eua, Brown, Ten
ner. YoutiK, Nott. Morgan, Uoltu
Secretary Itodgors road the min
utes of previous meeting.
Mr. Tonnov presented a petition
from certain physicians and drug
gists, praying for tho repeal of tho
P. 11. law fixing tho duty on methy
lated spirits. It went into roasons
at length, to show that tho tax was
oppressive on innocent consumers.
It was stalled bv Drs. Wood, Mc-
Wavue, Andrews, McGrow. Cooper,
lioilger.s, I'eterson, liowaru, uross
man, Whitney, Emerson, Huddy,
Anderson, MeKibbin, Tucker, Mu
raura, Herbert, Stow, Brodio, Trous
seau, McLennan, Mori, Greenfield,
Thompson, Wotuioro. (Prances) Wot
more, Lo Blond, amamoto, Vil
Hams. Walters, Weddick, Xakazawa
and Smith, llollisler & Co. and
Benson, Smith & Co.
Minister Smith moved tho peti
tion bo referred to a special com
mittee of tho Advisory Council.
Mr. Kmmeluth did not seo any ue
in taking moro trouble about this
matter, it had boon Doioro a com
mittee for weeks wlion tho bill was
ponding, and detained in their hands
so that all interested could state
Mr. Brown Lay it on tho table.
Mr. Kininoltttli, with further re
marks against reopening the ques
tion, moved the petition bo laid on
Minister Smith objected to tabling
the matter, referring lo tho high
standing and special knowledge of
the petitioners. It was not the
petition of a single individual, nor
of the illicit makers of liquors.
Messrs. Brown and EinineliiUi
both spoke after the Attorney-General,
urging objections to opening
up the question again.
The motion to refer the petition
to a sp(cial committee carried by 8
Minister Smith presented a re-
nh, current nr-
Hill- fill rent account fiom nil- ,
vnni'cs lo loan fund. t h,'mi i-
Diio current account from ad
vance to To'tal HivIiiki
.ni.fr, ,i i,. 1 Ii.- chance in iiiceiiar ,., l)V r, iinU., for tiroo fa'
pinion In-Ill In-fore ami , i ,u, f fth,.ice. whicli ho had neg-
.ifi?i id,. I'leciimi. As a Circuit
( otirt .lii.tg" l.ri-haui had won tin
confidence of all people not in the
-vrvicn of eorporation and the re
spect of corpointioiiH ollicials. Hi-.
leeUioiis were able, honest and inde
pendent. He had often been spoken
of as tin- Republican candidate for
the I're-iilcncy bv tin- poilionof the
party winch h'elif thai lorporations
should be r--t rained, lie was also
regarded in the liroadest sciimi of
the word a,i American. What a
change, ami wli.n could have caused
such a change
Mr. Carter's Ni.v.emeut quoted by
Hie Call uffuriN another of the many
it. stance- in which prominent moil
ofthol'. I'., have unwittingly given
evidence to prove I lie falsity of as
sertions i.i u!e mi their own side.
The fai-i'liood in this ca"e is Hie
charge that the Administration had
prejudged the Hawaiian quuUioii,
deciding to re.-tore the (Jitecti before
Cotnuii-Mioner liloutil was sent here.
N'ewspaper rculcrs know how in
dttslrioiily this charge hat been
circulated mho. itc publication of
the Him iutiu. 'lion of th- I're-i-
It i good for tic i-au-i' of julice
in Hawaii, alto, to liaiea Kt-publicmi
paper like tho Call, -troiigly com
mittcd to aniicatiii.coiuo on! with
such a frank ael.no .vlclgmoul of the
groat ability ami eminent integrity
of Mr. Grosham. Tlieie is always
more bitterness felt toward n public
man who has changul his political
faitli by his former partisans than
they feel toward original opponents,
just as in the religious world a leader
who has dcorted hi.s sect and be
comes ze.iloiin in opposing it is the
mo-d hated of men. The Call docs
not dare to carry its party's spito
against tho Secretary of State to the
extent of availing ids former record
or even of belittling his reputation
as an eminent jurist. Judge Gre.ili
aui it knows stands too high in the
osteoni of the American people to
allow any weapon of detraction to
bo laii-ud against him with safety to
tho wielder thereof. It can only ad
mit that ho Inn been alw.t). known
as a thorough American, and hold
up hands of astoninlnneiit at what it
choo'es to call a " hango" in his
character as Mich. '1 hat i' when
the Call nriiu its niiMake. Ii is the
tin s'Hi,,'i 'oiii-iicanistuof Mr. Crush
i.i.i th . ! him leave his paily
when l.i- ' my left principle be
hind, ami ii is his thorough Ameri
canism that has made him a chaiu
piou of Juki it-u to Hawaii and of the
rights of the Hawaiian people.
Why we deem the Call's emu
itientu on .Mr. Greshuiu's position as
iiupoii'iui enough for icproductiou,
is that they nio a lining and timely
IlllaWer to lln- f, eble at lelllpth of I he
local nniiexiil.il. i prion lo lower his
high lepiitation. i'lieie has been no
change in .Mr (irhhani' character,
lii- n put, -it ion .stand as high in bl
own count ty in-day ar, ever, and
thei. viill be n i change.we are ijnili
oiilidei.t, iii tlm policy he is assist
,ng hi- i-hii f iii tallying out, aftei
lie- i.ie.li-ici r-tioii hasbuuu threshed
oul b Congie... All e waul is
i l.i ppli iti ii -f An,, lic.'in priuci--!-
lo 111" ill.liij. Clew laud is
tie lie..' fielicail of I lie .Mi'ottlill
HL-lialll i he. ii)iiet.
Icctcd lo prefer in person before
leaving for San Kraucisco. Granted.
He alo lircseuled a requisition
from Col. Sopor, commanding tho
forces, for $tt) to pay for alterations
in uniforms of tho drum corps, so
as to distinguish thorn from the
Guards; audi.'iO to provide for an
outfit for Surgeon Cooper.
Moved to refer to military com
mittee. Mr. I'tnmelutli did not like to
kick, but did not believe in referring
this to the military committee. Ho
believed this would bo .rO thrown
away. They had fitted out tho mili
tary once nud it was nonsense to bo
Iteferred to military committee.
Minister Smith prosonted a peti
tion from the proprietors of tho
Paradise of the Pacific for a renewal
of the subsidy to that journal.
Mr. Brown moved it be referred
to tho executive.
Minister Smith hoped the Advis
ory Council would givo some ex
pression of opinion on the matter.
Mr. Morgan moved it bo referred
to the finance committee. Carried.
Minister Damon presented the
week I v financial statement.
Mr. Brown asked for more timo
for the judiciary committeo on tho
matter of the Board of Education.
Minister Smith announced tho
progress of investigations into tho
loyalty of Government ollicials. 12vi
douce had been taken by a steno
grapher, and tho testimony was
available to any member ol tue Ail
vi3orv Council. Ho referred to the
dismissal of employees in tho Fin
nnco Department, saying furthor
changes had not been found im
Minister Damon referred to the
case of .1. G. Uothwcll, chief clerk
in the post ollice, who had express
ed views not agreeable with the
police oi tho Uovornment, ami who
said Jio was ready lo lesign at any
time reriuirod. lie did not want to
put anybody in ids place thenoxtin
importance' to Postmaster General
until a thoroughly good man
could bo secured. Ono such was in
view. In making changes ho desired
to keep up the servico in every
branch to as high a standard as it
nail ever iieui. lie wimihu iii.ii.
members should realizothe great
repoiisibility of his position.
Mr. l-'mmcluth nsked if the Attorney-General
meant to slate that af
ter due examination iub the
opinions, convictions and altitude,
the Executive had found no cause
for any removals oilier than thoe
made by the Finance Minister.
Minister Smith did not. There
had been many removals during the
past few wiusks. In tho Attorney
General's Department. I hero had
been a very careful examination,
and all whose loyalty was undoubt
ed, excepting perhaps a patrolman
hero and there, wore removed. It
was the same way in tho Board of
Health. The work had boon carried
on Bteadlly and quietly without any
noise or demonstration, in the In
terior Department as elsowhure.
There still remained investigations
in repaid to out lain ollicors. esiie
cially on the other islands, which
were being pursued. The matter
was one of great responsibility.
There were a great many people fu
this country whoso rights ami inter
ests must lie respected. While they
would be careful about everything
relating to stability, there was a
limit beyond which llio Government
would not k'o.
Mr. Fnmieliilh referred lo tho
Attornoy-G cuoral's speech a few
woeks ago, as if not in keeping with
his remarks to-day. There was not
a man who was in tho Interior
Ollice on tiio 17th of .January who
would pass muster in tlm ranks of
annexationists. One of them had
mixed drinks for an annexation ball
in this building and that was all ho
had done to show sympathy for the
cause. Ninietlilng more was wanted
Mr, toting, resuming! Bpokd Of"
tho injury to our chief Industry at
this, tho harvesting nonsou. Ho
protested against tho resolution.
And in the second place, "Don't gut
your fish till you got them." Von
can inlorpret that any way you
Mr. Fimneluth said they had held
llio fort 12 mouths, and if that was
not occasion for celebration he want
ed lo know it. If thoro wasn't patri
otism enough to sacrifice a tittle on
that account, he wanted to got out
of this thing.
Mr. Morgan was iu favor of tho
holiday. They did not consult tho
plantations when they went into
this movement. It was duo to their
supporters and to themselves.
The resolution carriod, 7 to ;J.
Mr. Eminoltith reported from
special committee on photographs
of public buildings by Williams,
that no money was required,
Mr. Brown moved to defer con
sideration of tho education matter
Mr. Eminoltith said action should
bo taken on tho pay of tho expert
who had examined tho books.
Minister Damon sa'd his pay had
been put in estimates for the month.
The Councils then went into exe
Hawaiian Hapflware Go.. L'd
Death of Frank Pratt.
Tho death of Frauk S. Pratt, for
many years Registrar of Accounts,
nud latterly Cousul-Gcnernl at San
Francisco, is announced as we go to
Hood's and Only Hood'.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is caiefully
prepared from Sarsaparilla, Daude
lion, Mandrake, Dock, Pipsissowa.
.lumper lierrios nud other well
known remedies, by a peculiar coin
biuation, proportion and process,
L'ivini to llood'.s Sanuutarilln cura
live powers not possessed by othor
medicines. II effectx remarkable
cures when other preparations fail.
Hood's PilU cure biliousness.
I'isimiw Mm.Misr urn nn
iImhni ,Im viiv in, l-ni.
( urn-lit m-ceitiit li.iluneo Jim.
W I IK
lly Jive. V, Morgan.
AHTIOX SALE OK
On SA'IVRDAY, Jan. .ttli
A'l I" O'lM-OfK A. M.,
At 1 tut r.ii.lumuli-, mskal of I In- Sew Kl-li
Market. I mil sell at TuMIc Auction
12 Pieces 12x12x00 N.W, Lumber
4 Pieces 12x10x50 N,W. Lumber
MP Tin- iil-"Vd are suitable for tele
lilioiiu nr t-li-i-irli- Unlit miu. or for IhiIM.
runtoiiiM rivi-lpti- .. .
I'dvi-iiiiu Mnniis . .
(lovi-mniL-nt a-ullriitloini. .
Sale of liovi-riuiii-ul omuls
J i!7,tt-i ol
10,711s s." )
I, .MIS .Vi
Tetul ii,-.itiry Imlunri-nsiiliovi-
.tiulii-i.iry loinrtiiifiu ..
balnrlos iiiiil ItivltteuttiU
llnri'uu of burvov
llumiu of 1'iibllt- Worl.- . .
.SuhtrioH and invlilumulu
Ailoriiey JoihtiiI'm lli-it,. .
liem-riil lhiX'iiM'i l'ruvlsioiul
Hoait tines to sjiei-lat itcpo.-ilt
f-'cliool tiuos " "
i:xiciics ilni'iiig lmii, 1MU. .
1'imiuI bavIiiK" Hank Willi-ilr.uviilr-
I'tivtiieiils inuler Seellun i
l.i I nu
inn i'. P. Haul.- nml I'. M.
'. (TO, i n; to
I-. ", in si; mi.mii,
till-. lllltO I) I Willi-
Ui inntnrlni; Juno
'eliriuiry anil Miin-ti,
than oiiiot attention to duties.
Minister Damon moved a resolu
tion to Kraut S101 worth of postage
stamps to the Hawaiian exhibit at
the Midwinter Fair. Carriod.
Minister Smith presented from
the Incentive tho matter of labor
immiirralioii. iiicludiii! a letter from
the Plaiilori.' Labor & Supply Co.
asking for tho admission of more
Chinese, it was represented that
the contracts of over "(XXI men ami
IWKI women of Japanese would ex
pire in lMU and IS'.ir,. Political is
sues had nri'eti witli regard to the
Japanese ami that people wero dif
ficult to control ou the plantations.
It had been decided by the Execu
tive to accede to tho request of tho
planters. He submitted a resolution
that entry permits bo issued for
Chinese labor immiKrnnts not o-
oceiiine; llio iiumnor nuoweti oyino
Mr. Kmmuluth wanted to think
twice before dceidiiiK on I hi ipies
lion. Minister Smith moved the matter
bo considered in exeuutivo session.
Minister Smith introduced a bill
to appropriate $'J(XX) each to build
jails in hohnla nml Hamnkiia. Pass
ed first reading.
Minister Smith, roforring to the
report on the Hoard of Education,
said some of the recommendations
should bo loft for tho now Board.
Ho prosonted a bill to provide for
tho organization of a Hoard of Edu
Mr. Emmeluth saw no use in
legislating before the committee's
report was adopted.
Mr. Ilrown thought it proper to
have a new Hoard appointed, but ho
didn't waul to seo women in it.
The bill passed iirst reading.
Miuislor Smith introduced a bill
to transfer tho care of tho Insane
Asylum to the Board of Health.
Sir. Morgan -1 think it is putting
too much work ou tho Hoard of
Health. They have not been able
to appoiut a Port Physician in sev
eral mouths, and if they cannot do a
little thing like that they can hard
ly take cam of the Insane Asylum,
Passed lir.sl. reading.
Minister Smith presented a reso
lution of ollicors of National Guard
for a public holiday ou .Ian. 17, first
anniversary of tho I'. G.
.Mr. Miiuioliuii asued liow many
Jas. F Morgan,
Hi- enter of Mr. I.. II. K Kit It. An-Ikiii-c of
tiio K-tnteef WIiik IIIiik, u bankrupt, I will
sell nt Public Aiieiluii, nt my Ss'esnioni,
T 10 OVI.OCK
I :i ii.
Sewing Machines, Etc.
-AI.SO. A l.i T Of -
1-Inch Clialo, New Blocks and Rope,
GO Sheets 6-Feet Corrugated Iron.
J a. a. in,
.l-ll Oil llllllll
Valuable City Property
On SATURDAY, .Ian. 1,
AT Vi OVUM K NOON,
At inv Salesroom, Oueen Street, I will
ii-ll ut l'liblio Aiinllun, tbnt Vuliiu
lilo lti-slitni'o known at tin
i. ill I UN Ml. NT MEUO.
; iiii-ni io unto . ,.f im,t.ij iii
I I In-, iiliioillit covers nil t..elie.s llielllil
i in inlllliirv ami Items mil a jijirojiriatcil
I l. lln Lot '.i-gliiluliiri-.
mi:mh I Mill is Till vhi iiy,
oiiiM.iinlliii; ix-rtlllcaU--.. $ .5I,imi (hi
0,iiiiliiitus wllliilrnwn from
eiri'iilutlou nml ileiosiel
lor Mifn kt-uiiliiK i Js.inX) nu
' .i-li in treusiiry In reileem all
oill.tinnHni; cmllllcnlu- lil,uuu in)
'louiiitiiuiiiutKjrililctu- .4 :iil,uiu nu
Ciiili on IiiiiiiI I'oMiil fsavltiK-
lliink . t J7,:iv.i u-i
ll.lllllll'll to en, lit of .11 llnml
lltiiirtli iu Trua-nirv l",li;:i UI
ll.iljiien to en-illt of .s.-limil
lluiiiil In Tre.miiH .1) -.';i'1 Is
uuliliu holidays thorn won..
Chairman Alk-n -Loolin'rhritiiri
.Ministui Smillt rufuncd to tho
ExouuUvo'k decision to havo no pub
Ho holiilny.s oscopt those proclaimed
by tho Miuislor of tho Interior, also
to the dilliuulty about holidays with
plantation hands. Thoin we're two
extremes of opinion about tho 17th.
Mr. Kmmuluth moved a lesoltiliou
that the Minister proclaim I lie I7lh
as a public holiday,
Mr. Morgan How can tlm other
islands get notice?
Suvoral voices -lly IhoW.ti. Jlnll.
Mr. Yoiiiik -I am not iu sympathy
with (Ids resolution nt all. We have
a great many holidays
Mr. Kmmuluth (iutorruplinn; bum
rpiuly) Wo hfivo just boon told by
the Attoiney-denernl that them are
no public holidays this year.
I'rui.-il littHii fronluKi-of Us In i on
Mucin mrcei anil is ni.uui
'.'0U feet ileop.
lln '! In ii I'liiivi-nltiiit
2-Story Dwelling House
(ViiitAinlii in Itoonii, Cottafe nml Out-
liiiu-i-s on llio l)t. The Mulu lloii-e
i-onr.iiliM Vi Kooms. Kiti-lien
uiut llatli. A ho
1 2-Room Cottage I
1 1-Rooru Cottage 1
Wanh House oiiislile.
I'l.-iee i-un he limiieeleil on iiiilii'H-
17ltO.M I'lii: ItKHlDKNCK
I1 of W. 0. 1'nike ou Klni;
wtri'ft nt Mr If t'utitiwilf ii. fin
l lie Dili lout., n Wlilte Tiix lOSmi
'lunier vvllb black jututi nrouiitl uiteu ee.
Collar iiiiirkeil oi'iirke," do( uniweri to
uniiiii of "Hlilndy.' limler will lie suit
nlily ri-ivurdril V. i". I'AUKK.
January 11 intu oiz'i
Saturday, Jan. 0, 189,.
We mentioned something
last week about a weather
prophet telling tis we were
going to have dry weather
during 1894. He wishes to
amend his statement now by
saying that it only applies to
localities where it does not
rain. The weather will not
hurt us to any rrreat extent
because, when the streets are
muddy, people will want Hart
mann's steel mats, and we
have them in stock. Another
thing they must have is an Im
proved Stone Filter. The
rain makes the water impure
and it is necessary to filter it to
keep disagreeable things from
being taken into the stomach
and causing scatlatina and all
sorts of diseases. W keep
the best filter manufactured;
one that may easily be kept
clean, and is cheaper than any
Frank Walcot's knife sharp
ener is known all over the.
world and with a generous use
ol printers ink we hope to
make it very well known heie.
This: contrivance is made of
compressed emery and resem
bles a scythe stone in shape.
1 hiving sides ofdifferent grades
of fineness, it is adapted for
sharpening any edge, tools, and
must supplant files for kecp
iiu o.tne l.niver. in order be
cause one ol tlu-ni will outlast
many iloen files. We believe
we nav- all of these sharpen
eis in this mat hel ; il you wain
your enrvers sharp with the
least trouble and expense, ask
us for a "Frank Walrot Knife
Rochester Student lamps are
in demand wherever people
read books for pleasure or
mental profit. They are es
pecially desirable for the. pur
pose because they givo the
maximum light with tin; min
tmum heat. They are not as
ornamental, perhaps, as some,
of other styles but theyare quite
as serviceable for general pur
poses. We invite your atten
tion to an assortment we have.
just opened; to us they seem
to be handsomer than any stu
dent lamps we have ever seen
in other shops.
Some montly? ago we im
ported and sold a lot of small
grindstones made especially
Tor scissors and other line cut
lery. They jumped at once
into favor, and we had to or
der more. We've waited a
long lime for them because
the demand for the article has
been so great in the United
States that the manufacturer
could not keep up with it. We
retrieved our portion of the
outp 1 on the Australia, and we
are read) to fill a limited num
ber of orders. These wheels
are made of a composition of
which sapphires are a part,
they are as unlike our ordi
nary grindstone, except in
shape, as wool is unlike cotton.
Since we published a state
ment showing the tensile
strength of our galvanized
wire, we have received other
evidence of its superiority for
all uses to which wire may be
put. We have had the wire
twisted around itself twenty
times with no signs of the gal
vanizing cracking or pulling
off. The trouble with most
is that it will not stand shm 1
twists, but ours will.
As soon as the weather
clears up there will be a lot ol'
laintiug don:. We claim to
tec as large a stork of whin
eao, colors ami oil, as then- h
in t le country. We also keep
Hendry's Ready Mixed Faints
which are the best mixed
paints in the world. There is
more zinc and japan in these
mixed paints than any other
manufactured, and the addi
tional quantity of these ingre
dients is added on account
of the effect of the 1 lawaiian
climate on paint. You will
find the Hendry paints heller
spreaders than any otln r. and
they will retain their glov- and
original color longer. They
are put up in halfgnllnii ami
gallon tins ten of th latter
size will cover any ouliiiary
house two coats.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Port Be Hotel StroratB.
I 1JE(. TO INFORM MY (TSTOMEKS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTJf OF JANUARY.
Will be offered to the JFublic and il will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OK FASHION."
... I AM OI'IT.IUSfi SOW ....
For Friday and Sal unlay Only,
Boys' Gambric and Flauetie Waists
Elegant Anfioitmeiit of Colnt . nt .20 Cents Eaoh.
Just Keeeived by Inst "Ateilralin" a Large Stock of
To be sold for ont. w:i-:k oni.v at lOe., Il2i. Me. and UIJo.
per yard. ( Joods uorlh 'J.V. m yard.
. . 2SO P I E O HI S . .
In 10-yard length!, reilueed from SI. 00 to 7." cents.
S . H3 JrX 3R X-i I O 33C ,
Corner I'ort anil llotel Suj., .... Honolulu, Ii. I.
Manila Cigars !
or Tin. rr.uatuui.n
Constancia & El Gomel a Brands
. . . Jl'ST TO HAN'll UN 1 ITV ol IT.MNu ' . .
8T37- These Cigmv are direct from the factory and
should not be confounded with the clu-up imitations which
are w frequently offered as the "liest Mimilas." O.NE
TKIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
20LLISTEE & CO.,
ii;3 fPort Street, - - - onoUxUi, X3!. I.
Mo. 1H Nuumiu tJtrool, "Kouter Block "
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS'
ion mi-: ham: or
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
U.iigIIo tipieiikeli' Moot,
:i)7 POUT STREET.
Curty & Cu.'s Vvry Superior California Winos,
;-Vii;i Tin.' .W." irne C.Uum, A'u;m G'ifiv.
Froth'ricfobury Urvwiny Co.'s Export Layer Hour,
Sa Jim, Ctl., U. S. A.
Dnllomnntl u Co.'s Cream Ptiro 'Rye Whisky.
Aiiitrltii'ii Fim'nt V'Win-fioi, UUh nml Jtlmi .
Spniiince, Stunluy & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bmirbnu Whisky.
Uiiinriii nud J'tlMilr.
Scot! & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
-7V I'fintr 0 Sumi I 1 1' .
' uu,nii- lliiirulilint I'um i I
11 I't-u-innulili- I'll. -i-i.
ni iilti-ti-.l (or
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