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Hut EtluhHuheil for th" Hnirnl of Ml
FKIDAY, JAN. 2d, 18UI.
This (January 2(1) w n red lotti-r '
day iu Nt South Wulna. Au-dinlin.
It is tho hundred mid sixth atiniu'r
fnry of thu sottluuit'iit of tlmt i-olo
ny. " Discovery d:i. " is April III,
tho nest ono marking tin- I'.'ltli v;
iuoe Captain Cook liral set mi on
I lie ureat southern continent.
Nothing would appear to be tin
despicable for tin Star to atti'iupt
in the way of slurs on political op
pOIU'llK A letter 111 JlMtiTil.iy'n
twinkler purporting to ho from a
British Mibjcot, aail Mr. Davie
for alleged ill treatment of cailorx on
the Villalta. Mr. D.iito tin no more
to do with the ailor- on the illalta
than ba- the man iu the moon It i
ln.i(k" a liuilit'iotix faUehood that
the sailor on that M".el are ill-tieat
ml. The Star attack ha digu-led
several American diipmator who
hdiniie Captain Harlaud for his line
management of hi ship. Sailor of
no other nationality an m) well pro
tected hy the law of their country,
ax to t,ifetv at sea and life a tug
arrangement!, and a to food, an are
those of Great Urilain. The Star
slanderer cannot get a man on the
Villalta to endorse In- dirt a-aull
on the head of the firm of the ve
It i to he hoped that the music
lovcr of the community will turn
out iu full arrav to morrow evening,
when the Mie Alltn lake their
musical farewell to Honolulu for the
present. On the merit of the pro
gtam heiug an exceptionally uoud
and varied there ought to be a I
good house lleside. the lailin de
serve to be sent away glad, after
favoring these miiiiiv ile with their
presence o many weeks. A vorv
considerable .iinouut of the receipt
from previous conceil ha been re
turned in patronage to local trade.
Wi. sh.iiild oiii..iir.iL'o nriirtt win.
come here tn plav tin-l.nirit a lit lie.
This will be a "llrM night" in the
inaugural ion of electric lighting of
the Opera Hoife. giving opportun
ity for an eirective assembly of
beaut v and fa-luoii. fh" ladies will i
sing the pick of their rep.irloire. and
be supported bv I he b'-l ttilelit '
available iu vi.cab'.ui and iiistriitueti
How LuboiiKvila' Moil Cutntpped ,
KUii XJulvhorud thu WtUnu Party.
Cct Toivn, Jan. Ift. Details of
th- massacre of Captain Wilson's
party !x Matabele- have been re- '
ceived from natives who wore with
King Lol)eugula at the time of tho
tight. Wilson's p.irtv consisted of ,
fortx IJntish trooper and about I'M ,
native auxiliaries. They crime upwii
King Lohouifula, win. had a strong
foice. Confident that the spirit of i
the Matabeles was thoroiighlx
broketi ami intent mi capturing the
king. WiImmi. wiihuiii taking pre
cautious agaui-t niirprise. da-hed
forward with his troopeis. Lnbeii i
gula, 1i-covoiiiii; the suialluess of
the attacking foice, planned a stlc
cvssful rue. lb rder.-il the centre
of his collllllti to let Ii, it liefcue the
british advance, while the llauks fell
aunv on either -u in order to ur
rouud the llritish The plan worked
perfectly. The troopers, ila-bnig
recklesdy forward, souu left the
uativo auxiliaries lar behind. Tli.n
tho Matabeles iu front made a staixJ.
and those ou the Uauks b gau to
close iu. iNoii diM'overed litr. dau-
Ker and tiled to cut hi
i. . ... i.i . t .. i
it' ria tt i u i
join ln nuMliane., tjiu tin .Mutn
held pro-cl h.m on .., ule in
,.,.' i. r.ii i i. .i
.-.( IIUIPV1 I 'II H.'II.M.I II llll-IJI ,.1111
.1.... i!....ii. ii. ..i i...
a hie ami .leath'Mami, uKiititl5 fio.n
behind the.r (lead h.Ues ,H hren.t
voiit. .Miiuiuintion lor then car
tiillO noon pile out, and the then
had to m.-uit tu their revolver, and,
when there were no more cm trnl"s
for thum, defeudiiiK theiiiM'hei with
Meanwhile the n (;." pre.eil
clMr and cIumt, ami liiirtlly with
Mtsagu U'll.-Mcit down upon tlni-e
who remained nlive uf the little
tmnd.iuid w it h asM''aii ami cluhi ln-at
them to earth, and all Mai over after
tt MlniHtde i.haracteri.ed l) almo.st
unexampled bravery So ended
another tragic chapter in the hiNton
oftireat liritain's military operations
iu Africa, in which, as iu other,
perished noum of her hrnieit hoI
dieri and vouiij,' -on-, of -otue of her
be-t familie-, sent out to tfel the firt
tiiHte of war.
Aiikiiik tlie otlici-in iu tin' Wilkin
parly wore L'apls I'tt.gi-rald, .ludd,
Ureenlield, Kirton ami Harrow, and
Liuuloiiantn Hughes and lloll
mtiyor. Aiihhik the men of the line
who went down under the iriexin
tilde forced of the a.i(,'es wa- a
Miu of Sir .IiiIiiih otfel, formerly
JtUunt general for New Zealand
iu Loudon iJiiruih' the latter part
of the ntand iei a man of tin- lintiidi
forces wit? uiiwouiided, and Mime of
them were hit a do. mi time- All
inporth are to tin- ellect that the
ynihtf trooper- made a mo-t K'dlaut
defuiihe, keeping the xawip" at ba
a coinparativelj long tone owmgio
their accurate maikMiian-hip and
tile stetllliiie1", with which tiny faced
certain death It wa- estimated
thai about Iikmi na.igiM pariicipatd
in tho ut Inch, while the Itriti-li are
.aid to have numbered onh linn -four.
After all in our the
triuuiphatil uatiM'i snipped the
bodioi of thu troopum, luulilatml
Iheiii honlbly, and ioieied ilium
-elVe. of tllu Wunpolln
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Vtrroiiu. B. C, .Ian. 17.
no moiik 117 TON lll'Sl.
London', .Ian. I ft. -Thu Aduiiraltv
have decided to abandon thouiouf
the new battleships of tt7toii guns.
The main arinaineut of the now ves
iN will bo .VI tons. The behavior
of II M. S Iteioliition ina gale in
the Hay of llica. latelv hastened
tin decision considerably. The mi
ruliness of the Vnrpito oil Quwmik
toun a feu day ago also had some
thing to do with it.
miowkhv vmi'vi: otn.
.N Fkwimo. Jan 1(5. - ThoCana
diaii-Australiau steamer Miovxera ar
rived Hero at iunhiociock tins morn
itiif tit iiiiiln t-ikttl! ra Sill 11 1 1 fill
i i... i ,...Ff..... nt r....f ,.i i
1 1... ....ir-.i..... i.. It. ....iti. 1. 1 lmrb.tr for .
over a month, but wa eventually j
floated bv Captain Met calf, Lloyd s
ageut here. The steamer left Hono
lulu ou the ftth itit., one day before
the Australia, and couipieutly
briug no news of importance.
m NO JIONEX IN IT
Vancocvkh. Jan. ID. -There is no t
truth in the report that a company
of volunteers is being formed here
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i.f .tut .iii'i'ii ijiiiiiiini.ii.ui ii'kiiiu iiiv j
throne. An ox-Kcil rebellion ollicer
adverti.ctl for volunteers for Hawaii
and axi presented them-elves, but '
no mono neiiiK iu sigiu wio niiiiir clioeriug lor anarchv ami lusia.
fell through. Interested parlies in After a war that was for oxtormi
Soattlo and Sail Francisco woro tolo i nation to the defeated iu L'gnuda.
graphed to for funds, tint no Giian- , Africa, between Protestants and
oial encouragement was olTered. Molmminetlaii. it i reported that
Tilt, iivvwiivv i:iiiiut. i quiet ha been restored on a basis of
Sw FnvN.isu). Jan. 10. -Among I ditriclingof tho country between
tho exhibits loaned bv tho Provi- 1 'iotetaut, Catholics nud Moham
sii.ii:il (tiiverniiient nf ffnwnii to tho medails.
South Sea Island collection at the
Midwinter exposition is the Ameri
can IhiK which wa the tirt to be
! raiod in the Islands after the revo
lution, but afterwaids hauled down
bv orders of Commissioner
I hi Hag will bo accompanied by
vouchers and documents attesting :
it liotiiiiuotio. Accoitipauviuir th
. i i
llat,' will also be a number of bair
of sand, which had been used iu the
fortification of the Provisional Oov
maintains u nit ci.voi.
Svn Fn v.Nii-to. Jan. Id In regard-1
totheiteiu published hereon 'lues-
lax Iat that the ex-iJiieou oi tin
waii had given up the contest for j
the throne, and would sue tho I nited
States for damages. S. Parker, Prime
Minister to the ex Queen, ha wired
Secretarv Greshaui deiiyiuu these i
assertions Doth Parker ami A. P. '
Peterson (the ox-yiieouV attoruey-
general) state they saw Liliuokalaui I
half an hour before they sailed from
Honolulu on the Australia, and she
was ver H rtik iu her determination
to maintain her claim to the throne.
The iiossibilitv of presenting a claim
for damages laid never been men
Mil. IIIIV.IMVN u VII.
Tho Minister of Foreign Alfairs at
Itio do Janeiro ha authorized the
I uiteil Pn-ss tu give an account of
the release of llago from a siege that
lasted eighteen days. Il was a com
plete rout for the insurgents, who
abandoned their baggage and munition-of
war. The (tovoruiueiit los
wa HO killed and '.HI wounded. The
in-urgent lost 100 killed and
wounded. It is reported the insur
gents committed outrages iu their
retreat. Houses wore sacked and
several ineii have been found with
their throats cut. Two Government
iMildioiswho had heeti captured by
the enemy were burned alive.
A British steamer has arrived at
Itio from Porto Alegro, capital of
the State of Itio Ctraude do Sul, ami
reports thai the Government is iu
umli-tiirbed possession of the coast
ot that State.
A despatch ovideullv partial to
the Government represents tho in
surgents in a bad way and losing
strength iu tho south. Unless Mello
recovers and is able to reanimate his
' men the outlook for the Insurgents
is very dark. Desertions in their
ranks are taul to bo nuinurou, and
, i ... , .'mi
' . ', ". ........ ......-... .... . ...
tnliahnnnU of l o it N nsserttul are
,"'?r,,,. ,ir"(1. uf ,0 war- ",,(l
heart il tired uf the wur, and
epiileuiic niL'iiiL' there mnltex
epiiiemic rnm inero miuuw tne
I de-ire for lienee all the Mrouuor. i
" the other hami. jtK).ieM)atche-
V',"'".'1 ."l .."TT A",W? n" 1'
mill -nan' iihii iiit luinTi u(ikaijii
Atiuulnliau had taken up a position
in front f the cuMon. houe prepar-
to lauil troops, I lie insurL'onts
hae captured Kuicuio inland.
Forty (.ioveriimeut trooos were kill
ed and I'dl captured, l'lio Uovuru-
incut ha- Mint reiuforceuieiitn to
Nicthnroy The lioeriiineut forctih
ou Saturday tried to capture tho iu '
(urgent euii-er Ijuauahara, but were
beaten olf with heavy loss,
i WxsniMnoN, .lau. Hi. -This morn
iug heeretary Herbert received a
i cable mi-sage eujing the cruiser
I New Yoik nail arrived at Itio last
night The New York did not slop
at any port during tho last .'i.otl
miles of her journey, as the Depart
ment wasatiMoiiH to have her reach j
Kio iu the quickest po-ille time.
The voyage was a remarkably fast j
one Other United States csnels at
io are the Sail Fraucifco, I'liarlo
ton and Detroit
itiiu.r M KM ION
O'adntoue is on a wait to France.
The Diet nt Dresden has rejected, t
, IV I to 1 1, a Sociali-t motion for '
equal Milfrage ,
The (Variua of Uut-sia ami the
Kinj'of Deinuark are alllieted with
Thou-atids of pea-ant m in Saros,
iluiigaiy, are ou the verge of starva
tion Laige premises at King'.s Cro.-.s,
Loudon, occupied 1 1) Jo-eph Thor
hy a- a uianufaetiirer of cattle food,
were burned Jan. II. Los-, JM.'iU.U N),
The Km. Dr. William John Km
lei, dean of Lincoln, died of pneu
monia .Ian l.'l
Ficuch lirms threaten suit n for
damages for loss of goods in the
World' F'ur building' lire. Lu
Matin of Pan a begins an nluuive
aittclu with tint word, "What rascal
the Yankee are " '
There is fear of trouble in Ilrua-
I sol if Elisoo Heelm, tho goographor
and anarchist, complies with tho
invitation of students to lecture be-
i fore them.
The Indian (loveruiuetit tdl keeps
silent on silver, and tho market has
ilrmiitiifl inr lim.
Three day liave been spent in the I
Herman He.chs.ag discussing the
tobacco taxation m. U is doubtful
if tho GoiurimuMit can stand against
a ohd phalanx of Socialists. Itndi
Odin oi an suaue.s. i uraiuomaiies
and Atttl S'o'nite that in arrayed
Harold J'rederic cables the New
I York Times from London, express
I iug his belief tint I hoi i would be a
j more or less concerted attempt at
i revolution in various part of lt.il
within the coming two or three
. William Henry Waddiiigtoii, the
i distinguished French statesman and
diplomatist, who has been scrousl.x
ill with diabete. died Jan. II. do
was bom of Luidish parent liecein
"iT II. Iv.'h. at .saint Hemi, 1-ranco
His education was cotniiieuced at
Pari and completed at the Univer
ity of Cambridge.
Anarchists and Socialists are mak
iug demoiist rat ions in Italian towns
iu vni..ilhy with the Sicilian riot
er. Catholic journal in Home have
changed their tune mid now express
confidence that Premier Crispi will
restore order in Sicily.
Soveiity-seven iiiouibers of tho re-
volutiouarr society of Omaladina,
imprisoned at Prague, havo grown
,,.innt, jeering tho guard and
Of Hood' Sar-aparilla is always
within the bounds of reason localise
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(Miiri'i illinium nt'ii.-.ri I iiiiinni .uu
'.. T " '.'V'"'," "V "" . .." "l
uni'M iiiii tiiii4i mil iniitii in timif irn
inoiits which iu tho financial world
would .be accepted without a mo
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Hood's Pills euro liver ills, coitsti
jmtion. biliousness, jaundice, sick
By Jus. V. Morgan.
Flour & Bran
TO-MOKKOW, .Jim. i7th,
A I to i'CI.Ot K A. M..
At the Pacific Mail Wharf
i mii.i sen i i-i in. ii ii tins
100 Bags Dayton Flour,
100 Bags Portland Flour,
410 Bas Lion Flour,
1,500 Bags Bran,
16,000 Seond-band Sugar Bags.
J nl L.tinlnl K "Wtirrlnioit.
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On Friday Evening, Jan. 2Bth,
' . . ..
ai da im rv
' AT THE CYCLKRY, BERETANIA STREET,
i uul m it riM.ii ah lies
t'HMitiN .in. i r.sTr.M.vnc
Kiil.l.l.lt K.II.. III.SVIIK.S,
Niokol Plating Outlit,
HhiiIiii; mill llrnrkiH l.ani.i,
Iiv Itox Kti.. Kir.
LHI.A.Mi olt l'l-.
Kor mile b)
.- put' stli riilt l.
I'ei iil.in.i. i7.
AIUM'II OK KKYh UWNKU CAN
Iihvc Miini' Ii) iiruvliiK lToi'iTty hikI
pivinv ler till
iy a itr.i.i.viii.i: woman
J J ill u- lu 111 I11 111 tln kttcliiiii,
Iiil' lu lii li 111 tln ktli'lmii, wuiiiii
Hii'l Ki.iriil linii-iniirl. Aj'l'ly l' M.
(Iiiiiioi., .Iciviir lluli'l Mulili'- Kti lu
I 1.1. ACl nl'N'lh llt'K U) TIIKKIUM
J nt Vm 11 Kiel hint of l.lhilr, Kiuiiii,
Iin vi- Ihmmi ilni'ii (nr L'.jlli'Oiliin wllli Mr. ,
I'iiiiI N'i'iiiii.iiiii, iiilurlii'V-ut-lim, III I .Mt.r-
ulnoit kIu'i'I, llutiuliilii N. .MmiHiir lu
Mr. I'mil Ni iiiiiiiiiii'm oltu i l tintlinrlzi'.l
tu it 1 .-! v.- mill rui'i hii fur ilmlr i!iiui'lil.
All urou inili'liti'if tu wiliI Unit uru re-iju-li-i
tn i'llii. tliutr n.ciiiiiiiii 1011I miw
Cllltll lit llllKUtiUtl.
Hiniultilti, Jim 16, If i I 'JM tin
Hawaiiaa Hrflwar8 Cu., L'ft'
Saturday, Jan. 20, 18!.
The arrival of the "Martha
Davis" busted the comer in
0j and added L'OOlls to our al
. , , ,. ,, ..
ready large stock ot plantation
nct w.Mi. ..... . H, .,n or, ,,r
from a manager on Hawaii for
eight miles of the locked fence
and another from a manager
on Kauai for three miles. In
the first instance the manager
guaranteed the owners an in
crease of thirty-three and one
third percent in (at cattle if
they would adopt the locked
fence for the pasture fields,
not that a particular kind of
fence would make the grass
grow but that the locked lence
was strong enough to keep
depredatory cattle out while
the feed was growing. The
three mile order from Kauai
was simply a trial trip, and if
it is satisfactory we expect to
see most of the island girdled
with locked wire fenc:. It is
only a question of time when
it will be universally used be- i
Cause It has SO many points of'
... ... ' . .
superiority which commend it i
to people who use wire fences.
Durability, Strength and Ico
tiomy in price are the three
points which make it the best
fence in the world. You will
understand that while we call
it a fence, we do not sell it
made up. We simply sell you
the wire, stays and washers
necessary to make it. If you
do not wish to build a new
fence but to repair an old one
we will sell the stays and
washers and you may make
your fence as good as new.
These stays cost you six dol
lars a hundred and the washers
forty-two cents a hundred. In
ordering by mail remember
that you need a was'ier'xvher
ever your wire joins a stay; if
vfxnr; in :i fivi xvirn fence votl
...:n '..:.. r.... .....!..,,
win iciiiiiii: iivii !....
each Stay. Its an easy mat-
ter to calculate the saving; any-
one who knows that two and
two make four will understand
that a wire stay which costs
six cents is cheaper than a
wooden post at sixteen cents.
Ordinarily the original cost of
an article is the irreatcst ex
pense. Consider the saving
there is in a locked fence, and
the hrst cost is reduced to a
minimum. , i
Carholinium Avenarius is an j
article much used by builders
for coating woud placed in con
tact with the ground and where
moisture quickly affects it; the
object of the preparation is to
preserve the wood from decay
consequent upon the ravages
of ants and underground bugs.
We understand tii.it one Hono
lulu merchant is selling it at
51.25 per gallon. We hell you
the same article exactly, for So
cents a gallon or $30 per bar
rel. Not much difference, per
haps, but enough for everyone
This difference in price is
about on a par with other artt
cles we sell. We secure the
best quality, always, and ar
range the price to meet the
purses of the people. The re
sult is that our business rapidly
outgrew our quarters; first one
warehouse was added and then
another until now we have
three warehouses full of goods
besides those in our Fort street
The "Wertheim" has jumped
from a plebeian to a kinu
among sewing machines. The
fact of people getting an arti-
cle that practically combines
three in one is what makes it
valuable to every ladv in the
land. We know of no other
machine that will give a lock,
chain or embroidery stitch by I
the simple turning of a thumb
screw, and yet that is what the
Wertheim does. In addition to '
its being the best sewing ma
chine it has the finest table we
' have ever seen.
1 The porcelain lined bath tubs
1 seem to have caught the peo
ple's favor and we ve had to
send forwanl orders for dupli
cates. 1 lie one in the store is
roomy enough to satisfy any-
1 one whoso tastes run to roomy
bath tubs. The enamel sinks
I are infinitely better for the kii
I chen than the conventional cast
I iron affair that is impossible to
I keep clean.
W H Y LDCOL
IS THE BEST
Dries perfectly solid liulde of twrnty
Korins a ilurnlilf niul elastic, not a brit
Itetnln tts kIoij lunger than any other
Herlsts the nctkili ot nclitn anil alkalies
hotter than any other oil.
Flows freelv from the brush without run
nlng nnd spreads well.
With the addition ot l.lthnrge, yields a
hard surface, suitable for floors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground In
oil In paste form.
things out the real shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
now coal tar colors.
Added to vnrnlsh greatly Improves the
working of the varnish.
Dues not darken while lead or ati) deli
lias greater body than any other oil.
Itopilres one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can he ridded to linseed oil ami It will
greatly Improve the linseed.
fan be thinned with tnreiitlno.
Hy acton) tests, has oiitlusted the twsl
Therefore. I the best paint oil ever man
Direction for Use.
Use l.fi'Oi. in every rcpcct in the j
same manner us you would litieccd
Oil, with tin-single exception that you
ui:iy mid fully oni-ipmrlcr more Lu
cm. to the same quantity of pigment
thiiu you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, and other dry pigments, it is j
iiilxlsiiliie to mix up the paint at least
nne day before ll is to be Used, then
mid a thlid more I.l'col. hiuI the paint
will he found to cover well and liuxc
a pHd nloss.
NKVKH IJ.SK JAPAN'S.
Where hard surfaces such a doors,
steps, etc., uro required use lllh.uge
only, never use Jiipuus.
I.IV'.M. M1XKH WITH
nnd assists their working and im
proves their iippi-aniure hut tiikv
SIIOI'I.K UK ItSKl) SAMK DAY TIIKV AHK
xiixkii, olhcrwlro the gum of the vnr-
nhh may he prccipitotcd or the mix-
TH. luI(ilioll of ,rolll t j of Lu.
jcoi. to varnishes ilocs not reduce iholr
, I'i'tro nor retard their hardening mid
' ,,r,""! ,,,", u i,r,,vt,n "!' Peking,
AgdltS for the HEWaliail ISldlldS
H. Hackfeld & Go
Aic ju-t iu receipt of Urne importrt-
ilou hy their iron luirkn "I ul
lMUihfig"iiud"J V Flluger."
and hy a uumher of vc-
li from Aineiicit.
Cniiilltillg of 11 large 11 nd ciilnplcte
Vienna hud (run Harden Furniture,
Saddlery and Cutlery,
Iron Ucdtfleiidri, Etu Etc.
Bechstein & Seller Pianos
Amorioau Sc European
OiUuml Piiiiitf, Luhricating Uroivue,
CaUtftic tsudu, Wash Soda,
FiltorprcsH Cloth, Twine,
HigN, Market Bapkeln,
Dcniijohnh, Etc., Etc.
. T TAITADO DT7T7DO
,' Koniim? autu, Fiichnck6,
nneei .mc, nucui i.cuii,
I'liiiu and Corrugated Iron,
It. R. Matbiiuia,
Steel Kudu, Ktc, Hie.
SUGAK & RICE
(iiilihii (Irfle, lli.iuiiiud, Hpuri)'a, Mei
ilniiits ami Khlorado
Ou the IliuM l.lU'lid TflllU at tho
Lowe.t I'rlcvt h
H. Haokfeld i Co.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Fort 3m Hotel Streets.
I BEG TO IXPOKM MY
THAT 1 WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
: BIG INDUCEMENTS -
Will bt offered to the Public and it will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF FASHION."
... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Wai?'
Elegunt ANSortniiMit of Color at 20 Cents Eaeh.
Juat Received by lust 'Amtrnlia" a Large Stock of
To be Hold for one wkkk only at 10eM 124e , 14c. and 16$c.
per yard. Goods worth 25c. a yard.
. . 350 PIB30ES . .
In 10-yard lengtlw, reduced from $1.00 to 75 coutu.
. S. EHRLIOH,
Comer Fort and Hotel 8U., .... Hoaolalo H. I.
!"!!! ! ;
Manila Cigars !
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . Jl'HT TO HAVIl KX "tJITY OK IT.KIMi" . . .
SK These Cigjii'H are direct from the factory and
Hhould not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
ure so frequently offered an the "Best Manilan." OjSE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER Sc CO.,
1583 Fort Btrnet, Honolulu, H. T.
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture!
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Great Variety of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles aud Ulgb Chairs.
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