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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO,
FKOM AND AFTER JUNK 1. IS3.
To Kvta Mill.
It. B. A. I).
A V P M P W P W.
Lsave Honolulu ... .8:43 1:45 4:35 6:10
Leave Patl City 9:30 2:30 6:10 0:60
Arrive Ewa Mill 9:67 2:67 6:30 0:22
0. U. II. A.
AM AM P M t M
Leave Ewa MM ... .0:21 10:43 3:43 6:42
Leave Pearl City ...0:66 11:16 4:16 0:10
Arrive Honolulu .. 7:80 11:55 4:65 :46
A. Saturdays only.
0. Sunday excepted.
D. Baturdfiys excepted.
$1k $nUjj iHdhu
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 17, 1891.
Wu-nmiiav, Jan. 17.
Am lit: Martha Davis, tioule, 161 days from
A in bktne Kl Ik I tat from the Sound
Htmr Jainoi Makee from Kauai
WKDMEnAY, Jan. 17.
Am ligtue V O Irwin, Williams, fur San
Francisco at 0 a m
Vessels in Fort.
U S S Philadelphia, Darker, from t'allao,
UHH Adams, Nelson. Irotn a cruise
HUMS Champion, itooke, Ksgaluiault
HUMS Nanlwa, Mori, from Japan
Haw bk Mauna Ala, Smith, from San
Haw bktne KJlkltat, Cutter, from Port
Dr bark Vlllatta, Harland, from Liver
Am bk Coylon. Calhoun, from San Fran
Am bk Colusa, Backus, from Departure
Am senr Alice Cooke, Penhallow, from
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, Irom San
Am bk Margaret, Peterson, Comox, from
Am schr Transit, Jorgcnvou, from San
Am bktne W H Dlmond, Nelson, from San
Am schr Dangor, Ashe, from Newcastle N
Am bk Martha Davis, Soulo, from New
Am schr Aloha, Dabet, from San Francisco
DIKXOT FRO NEW YORK.
The Martha Cavis Arrives With
16,000 Oasos of Ooal Oil.
The flno bark Martha Davis. A. L.
Soule commander, arrlvori off port
last night, and was lowed into port
siarly this morning, 151 days from
Now York. Shortly aftor leaving
Now York tho bark experienced a
aevoro hurricane, passing through it
luckily without any accident or dam
ago to tho vend. Sho oxporioncod
tho usual Capo Horn weatlior. Cap
tain Soulo attributes tho lengthy
passago to light airs and calms.
After discharging sho will leave for
eithor Hongkong or tho Philipplno
Tho Martha Davis brought a cargo
of 1700 touB of tcenoral merchandise,
included in which aro 15,000 cases
of korosono oil. Tho doarth in coal
oil will be relieved and tho pricos
drop again, through this timely ar
rival. All her cargo is for this port.
She will begin discharging to-morrow.
Prevention Is Better
Thau euro, and thoso who aro sub
ject to rheumatism can prevent at
tacks by keeping the blood pure and
free from tho acid which causes the
disease. You can rely upon Hood's
Sarsaparilla as a remody for rheu
matism and catarrh, also for every
form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils
and other diseases caused by impure
blood. It tonus and vitalize tho
Hood's Fills are easy uud geutle
Hurt Flaying Corpse.
Among tho autiquos and horribles
iu the parade thin Morning was a
lad laid out on a catafalque. This
was on a wagon. On tho lad was
the inscription "Restoration." Near
U. F. Ehlors & Co.'s store tho wagon
camo in contact with something or
other and tho protendod corpso turn
blod out on tho road, iujuriug him
self. An eyewitness says the boy
was badly hurt. The kahunas, it
Booms, are still at work.
One Who Doesn't Like It.
An annexationist and a good mom
ber of tho Annexation Club was ask
ed yesterday his opinion of to-day's
celobration. He replied, llko a good
many more would, if thoy spoko
their real sentiments: "It is my cau
did opinion that it is very foolish
and childish, and I am not in favor
of the celebration. They are count
ing thoir chickens before they nre
Carlton Cormvoll, foreman of the
Uaotto, Middlotown, N. J., bolioves
that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
should be In overy homo. Ho used
it for a cold and it effected a speedy
cure. Ho says: "It is indeed a prnua
romody, I can recommend to all. I
havo also Been it used for whooping
cough, with tho best results." 5
midftUcont bottles for salo by all
dealers. Bonsou, Smith & Co., agents
for tho Hawaiian Islands.
All kinds of Commercial Printing
promptly executed nt low rain at the
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
A collage at Falama is lo lot.
This morning's Baluto was very
Two furnished rooms nil Lililia
streot are to let.
Just two months to the glorious
17th of Ireland.
All Govorntnont oillcos were closod
to-day, and many places of business.
Remember tho meeting of Peoplo's
Ico stockholders at 2 o'clock to-morrow.
Three cases of drunkenness were
the arrests inado by the police last
Mrs. Vina King has not boon al
lowed out on bail as previously re
ported. The S. S. Mariposa is liable to bo
hore from San Francisco at G o'clock
Christian Oertz was soon in tho
Oahu Prison yard to-day. Ho looks
well and evidontly in tho best of
Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
are called togothor on Friday at 2
o'clock, for the adoption of rules
The annual mooting of tho stock
holders of tho Woodlawn 'Fruit
Company will bo held at thooQiceof
J. S. Walkor at 12 o'clock Saturday.
The schooner Aloha is tho only
vessel in port that "burgeons" in
bunting to-day, tho Star's prophetic
hint to tho contrary notwithstand
ing. Sovoral amateur photographers in
cluding Mrs. W. W. Hall wero ou
gagod to-day taking snap shots at
tho P. Q. troops and the now flag of
tho American League
P. O. docorators complain that
thoy cannot got as many lanterns as
thoy require Tho Annexation Club
room is likely to go short, unless
sorao of tho members show thoir
nosos at tho windows.
It was inadvortontly omitted in
our court reports that Stone, tho P.
O. soldior who stolo tho crown Jewols
and escaped from jail, had lost his
appeal taken on tho ground that his
ro-arrest on an American vossol was
Thoro was a largo number of poo
plo at tho luau givon by R. W. Wil
cox at his rosldonco, Waiklkl, yostor
day ovoning, in honor of tho first
anniversary of young Garibaldi's
birth. Thoso who attonded wishod
tho lad a prosporous futuro.
Souator Emtnoluth had a national
saluto fired up tho valloy this morn
ing, out as no uau only ono cannon
it souudod liko minuto guns for tho
knoll of tho P. G. Somo of his
neighbors whoso rest was disturbod
havo a faint rocolloction that tho
Sonator onco joined in an agitation
against church bolls.
Insulated conductors aro being
strung from tho Hawaiian Eloctrio
Co.'s station along Alakoa street to
day. They aro to supply tho lights
iu tho Pacific Club, B. Cartwright's
rosldonco and othor housos iu that
direction, and Mr. Warrlnor is push
ing tho work so as to havo tho lamps
conuootod to-night. Tho nakod
wires at first ou that routo woro
found insuQiciont for tho required
P. Q. Day Signalired by tho Pardon
ing of Prisonors.
Two prisoners Kanpuni, a mid-dlo-agod
native, and Christian Friest,
a Gorman woro pardoued to-day.
A Chinaman named Ah Tuck, who
was convicted of murdor and son
toucod to bo imprisoned at hard
labor sevontoon years, had bovoii
years takon off his sentence
Tho coromony took place at Oahu
Jail at 1:30 o'clock this aftornoon,
thero being present C. P. Iaukea, J.
A. Kennedy and J. A. Magoon, Pris
on Inspectors; Attornoy-Goneral W.
O. Smith, Marshal Hitchcock, Deputy-Marshal
Brown, Jailer J. Low,
Deputy-Jailer Lawrence, Doputy
Sheriff Kauhl of Ewa, Interpreters
Li Cheung, Chostor A. Doyle and J.
M. Vivas, aud mombors of the press.
Tho prisonors now iu jail woro
soatod on benches in tho yard divid
ed according to nationality. Attor-ney-Gonoraf
Smith addressod tho
gang prior to dolivoring tho par
ous. Ho wished it distinctly under
stood that tho mattor of a pardon
lay with the oxocutivo, and that that
body by issuing such did not moan
to interfere with tho functions of
tho courts of justice. Tho pardons
to bo bestowed had boon carefully
considered by tho Executivo and
Mr. Smith then handed a docu
ment to Marshal Hitchcock which
on being oponod was found to bo a
complete pardon for Kaapuni, signed
by Presidout Dolo aud Cabinet. Tho
story of Kaapuni's incarceration
may bo told in a few words: Ho
and two others visited tho house of
an olderly native couple, tho man
boiug 80 years and the woman 70
years of ago. Tho woman was mot
at tho well drawing a bucket of
water. Kaapuni and another hold
the woman's hands, wuilo tho third
struck her over tho head with a
hatchet. She managod, howover,
to emit a scream and the old mau
camo toddling out of the hut,
and he also was struck down.
Fifteen hundred dollars in gold
was takeu from tho hut. Tho prin
cipal was hung in tho Oahu Prison
yard, anothor turned state's ovi
donco and Kaapuni was Eontoucod
to bo hung. Lattorly it was changed
to imprisonment for life, and after
ward commuted to 25 yoars. Ho
has sorved twenty yoars, and during
that time has worked faithfully ami
behaved liimsolf well gonorally. Ac
cording to olllcials at tho I'olico
Station, where ho has beou working
lately, ho Is one of tho hardest work
ers aud honostest men who lmoovor
been omployod there. Kaapuni was
about twenty-two yuard of age when
ho went to prison, aud he had about
twolvo months to couclude his seut-euce
Christian Friest, tho socond to re
ceive pardon, was sentenced to pay
a fine of $117 and be imprisoned at
hard labor eight years, on Oct. 22,
1887, for assault on anothor man
with intent lo murder. Ho was fully
pardoned. Friest has sorved nearly
In tho caso of Ah Tuok, tho At-torney-Gonoral
stated that aftor duo
deliberation tho executive had de
cided to grant a commutation of
seven years, this not to affect the
usual commutation granted prison
ers under tho law for good bohavior.
Ah Tuck was sentenced to seven
teen years' imprisonment for man
slaughter and has served over .seven
years. Ho has but two years to
servo, with the commutation allow
ed by law.
Aftor the pardons had been deliv
ered, now suits of clothes, hats and
shoes woro handed to Kaapuni and
Christian Friest. The Attorney
General thou addressed the whole
assemblage in a few words, urging
on thorn the necessity of good be
havior lo secure tho shortening of
thoir Bontonees. Thoy were under
tho ores of tho jailor and his assist
ants who recorded their conduct,
good, bad or Indifferent. Thoso re
ports woro under tho eyes of tho
prison inspectors, who in turn re
ported to tho executivo. His re
marks wero intororeted into Hawai
ian by C. P. Iaukoa, into Japanese
by C. A. Doylo, into Chinese uy LI
Cheung and into Portuguese by J.
M. Vivas. Tho prison colls and yard
prosontod a neat appoaranco as also
did tho prisonors, speaking well of
Jailor Low and assistants.
Many stubborn and aggravating
casos of rhoumatism that woro be
lieved to bo incurablo and accepted
as lifo legacies, havo yielded to
Chamberlain's Pain Balm, rauoh to
tho surprise and gratification of tho
sufferers. Ono application will re
lievo tho pain and suffering and its
continued uso insures an effectual
cure. For salo by all doalors. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agonts for the
opposite Reformatory Kirm3
School. Apply to "A. M.'
P.O. Hox J. UU-ilw
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET.
TWO NICELY FUIt
nlsfied ltooms on Ll
llha streol, opposlto Kua
klnl stront-. about Ave min
utes' walk from Nuuanu street can. Ap
ply at this oalce. 033-tf
rpiIlS ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
A Btoeklioldors Woodlawk Frcit Co.,
(I.'d), wilt be held at tho OOtco of J. H.
Walker on SATUltDAY, Jan. 20, ISM, at
Vi o'clock noon.
J. 8. WALKEK,
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1KM. W3-3t
THE REGULAR ANNUAL MEETING
of the Stockholders of the PiorLi'a
Icr !i ItEraioMATiNO CnxrANv will be
held THURSDAY. Jan. lth. at 2 o'clook
r. M., at the 'ltooms of the Chamber of
Commerce A full attendance Is requested
to vonildcr a rhango In the lly-laws.
J. H. FISHEIt,
JAPANESE COOK WANTS A P08I
tlon, his wife wilt work as nurse end
P. O. llox 200.
Or vail at KWhlmoto, Nuuanu avenue,
A DIVIDEND TO THE 8T00KHOLD
ors of tho McriMb TcLcruoNi Com-i-inv
U payable on January 16. 1KH. at the
olllco of 0. 0. 1IEKUER,
Notice to Consumers 1
The ;it'ii' works of the Hawaiian
Electric Co. Icing now completed,
notice is hereby given that from
and after January loth the Com'
pany is prepared to supply incaif
descent ehclric lighting to
In a few days the Company will
also be. prepared to furnish electric
motors for power, and of which
due notice will be given .
The Company further announce
that they are prepared to receive
orders for interior wiring and can
furnish futures and all fittings in
connection with new service.
I'riuted rules, regulations and
Company's rates can be had on
application to the Superintendent.
Win. 6. IRWIN,
lOMf l'HKBIDUNT 11. E. CO.
Cement Sidewalks & Gra
nite Curbing Laid.
Ultimate!) tjtvtn on ull 1.1 ml ol
b I ONE, CONCRETE A PLAisTElt WORK
I'UVHUTK A UrCCIALTY d
JOHN F. BOWLER.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
Mr. X. MUk
The combination of excellent itoBack
tonic In Hood's Sanaparllla U luch that,
with proper attention to dtat, Indigestion
tad even the wont cum of drspepsU are
cured by this medicine. Read this:
"Darin for isvtral rears been greatSr
troubled with Indigestion, and hating
Hood'i Sarsaparilla adrsrttsed, I eeaela4a te
fire It a QUI. TomyhipplnMsandgrsststtU
facUon t fount It te be ike aalr rtmedr for this
complaint" Ms. N. Fiau, 43B Geary Street,
Ban Francisco, Cat.
Mes)d' Pill act easily, yet prosapUy 4
efidaaur, em the titer and bowels. IS.
HODRON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
LIME! LIME! LIME!
In quantities to suit iur!iitnerH at the
LOWEST MARKET PRICE.
. . B-A.R,K.ETiS . .
Roche Harbor Lime !
Jeta. F. 2orca.xi,
A SPECIAL LlUltAHY t'P SCIENCE
and Qctlon Is now opened to Students,
on TUESDAYS, TUUitSUAYSand SAT
URDAYS of each week, from 'i to t r. .,
on the second Moor of tho Foster JJlook,
Nuuanu street, over Lovejoy' store. En
trance by tho second door, on the Lane
opposite end of Merchant street leading
to the back part of the Honolula Foundry.
MW Hooks lent out to responsible )ar
ties in Honolulu, and when practicable, to
residents of the other island. U32-lm
Chlneie Engine Co. No. 5.
Ing of the Chinese Kuglno Co. No. 0
held in their hall on Maunakea street, on
tho 3d Inst., the followltiK gentlemen were
declared duly elected us Unicorn of the
Chinese Engine Co. No. 6 fortbo cniulng
Foreman, re-elected.. . .Chang Kim
1st Assistant Foreman, re-elected..
2d Assistant Foreiimn, re-elected...
Secretary, re-elected Iau Chong
Treasurer, re-elected . Lum Sing
Bccrotary Chinese Engine Co. No. 5.
United Chinese Seclety.
AT THE UEOULAK MEETINO OF
the United Chlnouo Society held on
tne 1st day ol January, a. u, ikh. tue tal
lowing were declared dulv elected as OOI
cent of the corporation for the ensuing
Vice-President Wong Kwat
Secretary . . . . .Chang Kim
Aislstant Secretary . Lau Chock Sing
Treasurer. . . . Wong Wan Foy
Assistant Treusuter ...LumSIng
Sifretury United Chlneso Society.
WHEIIEAS MY WIFE, DINAH KA
itul. has left my tied and board,
this Is to give notice that I will not be res
ponsible for any dot Is contracted by the
said Dinah Kaliiil without my wrltttu
order. J NO, KA1MI.
Honolulu, Jan. 8, lt. tt-3w
W.F.Reynolds, : Prop.
IS THE IJOSS PKESENT.
DOLLS 8c TOYS
At 41'eciallt tow rnictt.
DOLLS Nicely Dressed 3oc. and USi.
DOLLS Better Dressed il.
DOLLS P.lehly Dressed 1.73 to 7.W.
Fine English Dressed Dolls
W ttli everything to take oil $U and
Doll Heads and Bodies
TEA SETS, VASES, ETC.
a aiAcnrvt nisrtAT or-
Punws, Card Cases,
Our Children's Books
Are Exceptionally Fine
Head oar Catalogue and von a III
surely And something you want.
IKON PASSENOEK TKAINS,
I HON FUEIOHT TRAINS,
I HON COACHES,
ETC.. ETC., ETC. ETC.
Shamrock Linens I
1 havu much pleasuro in
advising my lunnorous cli
ents that I liavu received
ndvicos thnt the .SnAMiiocic
Linens have heun uct'onlt'il
The Highest Award, . . .
. . . Medal and Diploma
at the Chicago World's Fair
for Table Linen, Towels,
Sheeting, Pillow Linen,
Handkerchiefs uinl Em
broidery. W. O. SPHOULL.
Sole Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
DISSOLUTION OF OOPABTNER
SHIP. THE COPARTNERSHIP 11ETWEEN
the undersigned existing under the
Arm name of Lycurgus, FernandHs & Co.
has been dissolved by mutual consent, Mr.
Lycurgus having sold ills Interest In the
llrtu to Mr. Fernandes. All deliti duo by
the firm will he paid at the xtora of the
tlrm by Mr. Fornandes and all debts due
to the firm will be collected by him. (Jeo.
Lycurgus respectfully request his friends
to extend their patronage Imretoforo clven
to him to his successor, who will continue
the business of the firm on lilsownaucuunt.
Honolulu, Jan. U', lS'Jl, 1M1 lin-l It
ALL ACCOUNTS DUE TO THE FIRM
of Yuen Kee Chan of l.lhue, KhuuI,
have been placed for collection with Mr.
Paul Neumann, attornoy-nt-luw, 314 Mer
chant street, Honolulu. N. Monwur In
Mr. raut eulllann's omco is aiitnoritcu
to receive and receiiit fur their payment.
All persons indebted to said tlrm aro re
quested to setti thoir uicountu and save
costs of litigation.
Honuliilu, Jan. 19, I8'il. Uil-lm
A LL llll.LS I)UEAUAINST1HEH0-
2. nolulu Road Hoard In futuro are re
quested to be presented at tliu olltcv of the
Itoad Supervisor of Honolulu on tho iMth
of each month, othvrvvi they will be ,x
emptfrom that inonlli'i i-stlmate and like
ly not to bo paid for ono or two month
after. Uy nrder of the Honolulu Roud
Uoard, W. II. CU.MMINOS.
KUR-tf Road Supurvlinr, Honolulu.
II. 0. UOOll, ARTIbT. l.fc.W l.s o.N
the next Australia for the I oust.
Those wl.lilm: to secure one of hl bvaut
ful W'ater Color or Crayon l'lcturr will
please leavo their orders before the Ilrwt of
February. ull -lit
fSLAND OBAPES-S l'OUNDS FDll l.
L For tale by It, LISHMAN,
19Vtf Telephone 317.
I TRADE 1
The Newest and the Latest
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND AT
nsr. s. sachs'
BflO rort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mote's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
Thli Is tho lateit Improvement in Boys' Shirt Walst and a true friend to
motherst no more buttons to sew on, as theie cannot como oif. We have
them in white and In fancy percales from 05 cents upwards
BOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN ALL SIZES AT 25 CENTS.
Iteit Shapes In
Children's Cloth Caps. University and Pinafore
We have them in Cream, Cardinal, Navy Blue and Seal Uroun
CHILDREN'S AND INFANT'S FANCY FLANNEL COATS at vr low pr.o
WATERED 9ASH RIBBONS IN ALL COLORS.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They are pronounced the best by all who have given them a trial. We have
them for ladles, gents, children and Infants. In plain, ribbed, drop ttlt.-h
uml open work. . . . Ladies' Adeline Black Stocking reduced to v) centi
per pair. . . . 1ulles' Diamond Black Stockings at 2o cents per pair
Hav jou seen the Will DREN'S SCHOOL HATS that we are letting for 20centi
They are just the thing for Boys or Ulris.
3NrC. S CjE3"V7r
513 Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
HAS RECEIVED NOTICE !
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Japanese Silk Crape
IN EVENING SHADES
"Wool Dross Goods,
Shawls, Etc., Etc.
:&. S. I.E"V"Y,
513 libtaMi Hook, o'a.l Street.
National Cane Shredder
I'ATENTED UNDER THE LAWS
eDe!s(lr liPfl"MI 4$IH. - vfl?u--S- '&'
T ' SBBBBli I l"IH Si M EwwTPUurt. rrrt7,'A'
i " r i niia i , ii. ii
esjc, , , i .IT ' :. n Tit??a5cz.wirt
JIHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE 11EEN APPOINTED HOLE AGENTS FOR
theso SllitBDDBitH mid ure now prepared to receive ordern.
Tho great advantage to bo derived from the uso of the National Oank
bilREUueit am thoroughly established uud ncknowlcdged hv Plauters
The large uuinlior of Plantero miug tlieui in the United Stuten, Cuba,
Argentine Kepuldic, I'eru, Australia and elsewhere, hear witness to the
Tho two of the Hiiiikdukk very largely augment the quantity of eane
Iho mill can grind (25 to 60), also the oxtruetiou of juice (5 to 12i).
It in u great safeguard, making known at once tho presence of any
pieced of iron, utitkoH from cam, or Anything which would he liable to dumugu
tho mill, and allowing ample time to romovo game beforn damaging the mill.
The ciiirtKUDKii is very Btrongly made, and from tho manner of its opera
tion it cuta or tears these pieces of wood or iron without often breaking the
HliitKiiDO ; and if anything breaks, it is simply some of the knives or cutters,
which can he quickly and economically replaced. The Siiheddkr, us its
name indicaton, learn the cuno into shreds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing tho mill to thoroughly press out tho juices without re
quiring tin- iinmoiiho extra power necossary to grind or crush tho whole
cane. Tho SiiUKiiDKit spreads the shredded cane uniformly uud evenly (
tho mill rolls, and does away with tho necessity of spreading the bagiue'c by
hand between tho mills, where regrinding is in use. No greater umount o'l
boiler capacity is required to operate the Shueddek than that which was
sufllcieut for the null, for tho above reasons. We furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Shkeddkks, enabling any competent en
gineer to Kticccssfully install and start them.
In ordering SlirtEDDKUH from us, please send small sketch, showing the
diameter and width of tho mill ro.'.i with which Siiueuuku is lobe connected,
also the side (either right or left hand us you face the delivery side of the
mill), upon which the mill engino ii located, ulsu tho height from lloor lino
to center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front end
of bed plate. These Hiiiieddkus uro now being used by the llilo tiuy.ir Co.
and llawi Mill, Kohala. where thev are irivinc ureal satisfaction.
rnccit ami lurtiier particulars may bo hud by applying to
WM. &. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
On una alter the 1st day of January,
litfW, the store known us "KA MAILE"
will bo closed out and be retired from
Imiliiesi us last fli possible,
( 'ash will lie exacted for all sales alter
tliut date. I'rlccs will be reduced on
I'utrons ure requested to settle thwlr
accounts as rapidly us possible.
MRS. 0. E. BOABOMAN,
rpilE UNDEIldlONED la l'HEPAHED
JL to make all kinds ol Tombstone Hull.
Itqjs, Hammered iron Work, ote., etc.
Lstlmates on upplli-atlou.
., , A. JAOUEN,
Union Btrcet, atBterlhiB's Palm Shop.
I have been instructed by
Mit. J.M. de Sa e Sii.va, pro
prietor of the Hawaiian Jap
anese Bazaar, Hotel street,
to sell his stock of JAP
A big assortment of
JAPANESE PAPER NAP
KINS will be sold less than
OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLAND-..
Holt Agents fur the Jlau-aiiun JiUindt.
J5 NUUANU bT.
Next door Merchants Exchange.
Merchant Ji Tailor
Newjioods and Litest Styles I
PERFECT FIT GUARANTEED.
,CsV Castoiuers Ktttlug additional salts
will receive a reduction of 5und SUOre
ductlon ou pants. y.'1-.lin
NOTIOE Is hereby kUvii that the under
signed hus lieeii duly upoliited ad
mlulstrutor u( the lumlx of mv ld and
myself sltuuted Iu Lllme, Kiu'ial, uud at
Kamalela, llonuliilii.U.ilui. All payments
must U made to the undersigned.
WWW DEN1 It. NAMAK.VOKBAH1.