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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
KK(M AND AFTK.K JUNK 1. IKKl.
To Kwa MlLU
Lve Honolulu .
Leave IVarl City
rrlre Kwa Mill.
Leave Kwa Mill .
leave I'earl City
.0:21 10:43 3:4.1
. .0:65 u:io 4:15
..7:30 11:6.5 4:5ft
C. Hunnay-i excepted.
1). Saturdays excepted.
She gnihi Uhlin,
THURSDAY, FEB. 1, 18W.
Wkusiwijav, Jan. 31.
dtmr Iwutatii (rum Kaunl
Htnir J A Outiimltii (rum Koolau
Tiii'riiiay, Fell. I.
Am tern (Herniate, Johnson, '.'1 days (rum
Alu ship 11 1' Cheney, Moihtr, from De
rjtmr J A Cunimlin (or Koolmi
Htnir Iwalanl (or Kauai
TllCRiY, Fnb. I.
Am 4tttnll iclir Holicrt Lcworn, (lood
till ti, (or Htn Pr.itic.lco
Am 4-tnated nchr Allen Cooke, IViihnt-
low, (o Han Frnclco
Btmr Jamos Makue (ur Hiinamaulu at
4 i m
titnir Koala (or Walaiiae, Wulalua, Moku-
tela, tale, Kaliuku and Ptinahiu utli
Voaiola Leaving To-morrow.
Htnir W ( Hall fur Uhnlnn, Mnnlaen,
Kona, Knu mil Volcano nt 10 a m
Onrgooa from Island Porta.
rilmr J A Uuntiiilm lUOu ling muar.
The American -hie li. I'. Cheney. Mo
her mnstiir. Arrived oirrt till afturtioon
coal Imlon, from Departure Hay.
The tiiR Klcu liax hud her now -moke
Milek placed In punltlou to-ilny. Fire wo
klmtlefl In order to tent tho funnel. It
-eiiid to work very imll-fai'torlly.
The American (our-mantvd rchooner tto
bert Iiwor, llondmati fTm-trr, went to ura
till fleriiouu boiuiil (or the (lnMen (late
wlth'i.lCt bni;s NiiK'ar, wuIkIiIhk 'A'M1,T7
IIju., rhliiiicd hi. folliiWKi lil.ttlt, II. llauk
(ehl A' (U; ."iltio, M. b (IrlnUtim X t o.
The American tern (lluuiUle, Johnson
mnt-r, arrived thin inornlnir, '.'I day from
Kureka, Unl., with tho following earKot
l7l,5Jift It ll V. llA,Mi(t (' It V, 4UUU
tin. oih ulul -lOO.WW hliiKle, (or liMurn A;
ookoj ll jikjfs otatnc, 10 pktfit niiplon, 'i
u Klvnre, c llh, (or T K Wall, and I
c applen (or 11 H Wartmi.
The Aiiiuricau (our-mnated nRhooner
Allcv Cooke. I'enhallnn' mniter nallixl till
aheri.oou with 'ii,Wl hax xiiKur, welxhliiK
.TSs.UJi) lb, mill vnllled nt 7;i,l7.8.', chip
tied follow : VM, F. A. buhuufcr t I'o ;
11MJ, T. II. lluvle ,v Co.; Iil.utM.i', llrewer
ACo.; UjO'i, Coktld .t I'ooko. The Abn
Cooke wa. bound (or Kan l''raiiclm.'o
AUSTIN In thin city. Jan. 27, to the wife
of I'M. Au-tlu, n nou.
WO.N'D-At Ulihi street, Honolulu, Jan.
31, Imil, to the wife of (leorRO Wotid,
engineer itteamer Kuuln, a daughter.
His Skin Changed Ootor.
"Uncle" Tom Cleveland, a full
blooded negro, with a skin as white
as that of auy mau iu the room,
stood before a great gathering of
medical students at tho Georgetown
School recontly. Dr. Q. L. Mag
ruder, tho dean of the medical facul
ty, told the class that 'Uncle" Tom
was now GO years old and that from
the ago of 40 there was the best of
proof that he had been as white as
a Caucasiuu. A letter was read from
Tho W. Teasley of Unrt county,
tf a., whoso father had owned "Uncle"
Tom's mother as a slave, lie de
clared that the mau was born black
aud that ho grew up black, but that
he had turned white.
From the top of his head to the
solo of his feet, excepting small
patches ou his face, his skin is as
Whito aud clear as that of tho purest
blonde. His face is piebald. There
are patches of the bluck still remain
ing across the nose aud little round
spots upon the ears. His hair is
black aud kinky, aud his eyes retain
their normal African color. Dr. S.
. WatkitiH of the omorKoucy hospi
tal was called upon to describe the,
caso, aud stated that it was a spo- .
cies of skin disease which occurred
very rarely. It began in small spots !
on the face, thy back and the hands,
growing in size until th whole body
was covered. This was tho maimer '
in which it hail progressed in the i
present case. .S7. I. own Olahe Ifruw- I
Army Oook Fired.
Nicholas Urehein has been dis
missed from the position of cook
for tho P. U. garrison. He had
great experience in New York, but
could not cook well enough for the
P. O. army otllcerri, nor cook sutli
cient to sate the appetites of the
privates. Another reason given is
(hot Nick couldn't get along with
Captain Camara. His place has
been given to a Chinaman.
The Catholic Ueuevolent Society
will hold its annual meeting for the
election of ollicers at the Convent,
Friday, February '2, at !l o'eloeh. A
full attendance is requested.
All kimln o G'ommrrrful Vinti'iiy
yrvmptly invutxil ut low ru(i ul the
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS".
There were 18 deaths in Honolulu
Heavy showers of rain Inst night
and early this morning.
Jas. F. Morgan will hold a mort
gagee's alo on Monday next.
Tho regular monthly meeting of
the V. M. C. A. will take place thm
evoning at 8 o'clock.
Tho Forrolra-Silva assault ca-o
has again been remanded in the Dis
trict Court for a week.
All tho shrubbery has been up
rooted from the border surrounding
tho Judiciary building.
The Hawaiian National baud will
give one of tlioir popular concerts
at the Hotol this evening.
Jimmy Harrington, the pugilist,
is in town again. He came mi the
bark K. I'. ltitliet yesterday.
Mrs. Oood's entire stock of milliu
ory and store fixtures will bo sold at
auction at 10 o'clock Saturday.
Six P. O. "warriors" were nulled
in by the police last night for drunk
enness. estorday was pay-day.
Prof. Koobele will leave on the
V. Q. Hall to-tuornw for Kona,
Hawaii, to inspect the coffco trees.
Tho Ka Mailo store, Fort street,
began its clearance sale today.
Don't fail to call and secure a bar
gain. L. J. Levoy will hold a sale of
household furniture, described else
where, at his salesroom at 10 o'clock
S. 1). Dole assumed tho chairman-
ship at the Council mooting this
tho first time in
A reward of $50 will bo paid for
tho return of a pocket book lost be
tween Waikiki aud the Hawaiian
Hotel. So advertisement.
Senator Emmelulh is getting the
road In front of his property boauti-I "' " 1'H'T-lsland bleam Nnviga
fully fixed up by a prison gang. As ! " P" " morning, as ,
is well known, the Joail leads to no- . lo ' l "'" "f t,m w"'k- lh" !
whore in particular.
Vocal and instrumental music will
bo rendered at the social entertain
uiotit in St. Andrew's Suntlav school-
room this evening at 7:.'K o'clock. ,
xou are Invited to attend. :
.... . . i
I I' I Mitlna it'iifii Ittnil.i hniniK 1
last night by gi'ttiug their usual
whack irom the Attoruoy-Ucueral s
"Incidentals" fund. They come
crawling round for their pay under
the cover of the uight.
A Japanese with a long bamboo
polo attracted a good deal of atten
tion about tho streets this noon.
Tho end of tho pole was smeared
with glue with which he managed
to capture several sparrows.
T. V. llobron, Honolulu agent of
the Hawaiian Hxhihit at the Mid-1
winter Fair, has made another liberal
oiler to tho Hawaiian National baud
if they will consent to go to the fair.
The bandsmen have not given auy
answer as yet.
Notice is given in this issue of the
removal of the passenger department
of the Oceanic Steamship Co. iu hau
francisco. Hie change is lor the
couveiiieuce of the traveling public,
tho new olllco being nearer tie lead
ing hotels than the old one.
Captains 1'eiihallow ami Good
man of the schooners Alice Cooke
and Hobort Lowers respectively have
made a wager that whoever gets
over to Sail Francisco first, loads
j for Honolulu, the other going to
Newcastle (or coal. ISotli schooners
left this afternoon.
The 1'aratliiie Paint Co. furnished
the Midwiuter Fair bulldinirs with
! over oOO.OOO feet of their P. k U.
i Itoofiui, requiring over III miles of
material. Messrs. W. (J. Irwin &
Co., L'd, are sole agents for this
com-iauy aud carry a stock of their
rooliug, building papors and com
pounds. See advertisement iu this
Senior Captain Andrews cornered
four Chinese last night with one tin
of opium ami several lichee nuts
containing the drug. The latter
were found iu crevices made in two
logs of wood. So ingenious was the
hilling place that the pet from Malta-
wao had great dilllcultv in uuearth
i.... i... ,1...,. ti... i.: ...:n
otter a defense on the Hill inst.
J. W. Lulling caused the iKsttauce
of a penal suiuuious yesturday after
noon reipiiring the attendance of .1.
A. Magoou in the District Court to
morrow morning to answer to a
charge of assault aud battery. Lull
ing complains that he was assaulted
without the slightest provocation iu
his olllco by Magoou, while the lat
ter claims Liming attempted to
CUE FA AT WAIKIKI.
The Bank Raided and the Bunker
Bent to Jail.
It. V. Clark, a .lapnueso, was found
guilty iu the Uistnut Court this
moruiug of assisting aud maintain
ing a lottery game known as die fa,
during one mouth past, but more
iiarticularly ou .! miliary .'iilih, at
Waikiki. Two witnesses testified to
having played the game at ('lark's
bank and lost iu every case. They
finally decided to inform ou defeu
daut, aud on Tuesday last gae in
formation to Captaiu Andrews of tin
existence of the bank. Andre is
gave witnesses SI with which to cor
ner the Jap. The uion succcoihd
and Clark wa lauded behind prii-ou
The evidence was so conclusive
that defendant ollered no defiwihi'.
' lie was sentenced to be imprisouml
at hard labor twenty days and pay
costs of court.
Ali Po. n f'lilnnco HlrimldMttior. ar
rested yestonlav iu the imiiiediato
viciuitvof Clark's el... fa bank, for
thesameolTeiiHe, was more fortunate.
l After evidence hud been taken iu his
case, the Judge found it liisulllelent,
I and Ah Po wm uiichargud
LOSS OF THE O. B. BISHOP.
The 8tCAtnor Does Ban(j-up on the
Rocks of Kauai.
The steamor Iwalani arrived from
Nawiliwili at 8 o'clock yesterday
evening with tho bad news that the
steamer C. 11. Hishop, of tho 1. 1. S.
X. Co.'s Heel, had gone onlho reef
between Hauamaulu and Nawiliwili
and was a total wreck. Xouo of tho
crew or passengers wore reported to
bo lost, but the cargo was partly
destroyed by water.
The (J. It. Bishop was in command
of Mate Andrews. Captain Lo Claire
being laid up with sickness. She
left here at -I o'clock Tuesday after
noon for Xnwiliwili, Hauamaulu and
Kilauea with a cargo of general
merchandise. About '2 n. m. on
Wednesday, the Uishop was steam
ing along when suddenly she ground
ed on tho rocks. Tho shock was so
sudden and unexpected that before
the bell could be rung to back, tho
Bishop was stuck fast. Every tim
ber in her shivered with tho vibra
tion. The night was dark as witch
and the outline of the headlaml was
bill dimly visible.
Seeinir that there was no hope of
getting off, Andrews despatched a
message to unpuun t rcemau oi me
Iwalani, at Xnwiliwili. Captaiu
Freeman did all ho possibly could
to assist the Bishop, but his efforts
were unavailing. It was finally de
cided that the Iwalani should carry
word of the mishap to Honolulu,
and the steamer arrived last night
The Iwalani left again for Nawili
wili to finish tlisclianrim her cargo
at 11 o'clock last night, after deliver I
ing tho message J
l'liu Bishop lies in about three '
feet of water on a rocky coast, so
that there is no possibility of her
ever getting oil again except In
wreckage. There was a strong sea
running nt the time she struck,
which carried her completely ou tho
reef. Her sides are stove, her masts
are loose aud her hold is water
Captain Campbell, biiporiutcnuout
captaiu said: "There is no hope of
getting her off again. She is a total
I wreck. I Know tho coast well, ami
know just exactly where she is lying.
I he reef along that coast is very
daugeious, aud being on tho weather
side oi inn isiauu inero is aooiuteiy
no hope. Xo blame is attached to
Captain Andtow-, as iiiniiv a seafar-1
ring man would probablr have made
ii..." ..li,.,! ...i .j . .11,1
the same tuisjutlgmeut m lie Ultl J
untier ine same circiimbtauccs. An
drews was maiterof theC. U. Uishop
ou one trio, aud ou several occasions
took schooners to Lysan Island aud
, , ,, , i ii1
back. Ho was regarded as a capable
man, lit to command the 0. II.
Captain Campbell will leave ou
the steamer .lames Makco at (
I rtr t It 1.1 nffiiriiiutit tt iiiuti.tl I lift
I laur- iimviiiwwii w Minjivvv -
. wreck aud dispose of the cargo at
auction ou Kauai. '
Tho C. 11. Uishop was of 112.711
j tons and was built by Hall Dros., of ,
I'ort Lllakcly, Washington. She
, came here iu command of Captaiu ,
Melnnder on August ), 18W. It
was the Uishop which went lu search
' 0f ju. mi-.. ing men of the Hawaiian
, bark Lady Lttinp.-on some time ago.
About a month ago she was taken
'..n tho Marino Kailwav. and on ex i
animation it was found that only a'
sheet of copper had prevented the ,
Uishop from foundering ou a recent ,
voyage to Ianiii Island. Shu wus
then thoroughly repaired aud re- '
A Ud-Lot tor Day for Hilo.
The gifted anil charming vocalists, i
the Miws Albu, have postponed ;
their return to San Francisco and'
have booked to leave for the Vol- '
cnuo next Tuesday. Hilo will bo
cheered up by the exquisite vocalii- j
atliinoflhe talented young ladies,)
for it is the intmitum of Mr. I'lun- ,
kett, who will accompany tho
artistes, to iivo a concert on the I
Saturday prior to tho departure for j
BI-.TWKI.X WAIKIKI ."H HAWAI
hill Hotel, I'.K'kel h'Hik oolltullilliK
I'. H. LTitnh:mk. A reward of ") wl'l bo
1 ntlii fui u return to the llllleu of tho Ha
ixullan Hotel. Oil Jf
A HTItONO HOHHi;
J Well-hrokeli ill ri.nl
die ami llnrneoi. AIo u
Fiiinllv Currlai'o in l-ihh!
repair. Aildre', utathiK prlcu,
I. O. ilox No. IU.
I Of MltH. lillOU'S Kntlre Stnek of Milli
nery and FixltiruH will take plueo ,
On SATURDAY, Feb. 3d'
. AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M..
At the Kiu-M mi 1'i'rl Street,
GLASS SHOW CASES!
L'niiutur, Hhelvinu. Kte., I'.le., Ktc.
AImi, l.iri;ii Klouk of
Ladles Elejantly Trlmmsd Hats.
The PASSENGER DEPARTMENT
Oceanic Steamship Co.
IS .-N 1 HANI 1
Ihi-, net ii ltemniil from
htn el to
IMS MllN'Tlid.MP.ItV StIIKKT,
(I'MiHl net llil.MAL IIOIKI..I
MT 1 r.'in i lil date all euiiiiiiini en-
liou pi iliiiiniiK ! the .Sim I'riuiei-ii.i I'.u.
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''-' MH "'"'
-mil In Hi" neu
W), r iiiioio v eft I'd
"W. U. Iinil.l u IU., h U,
omral AKut. Ou-hiiIo H'.-Mm.hlpCo hi
I Uuuuluiu. wo-iw
Excerpts from Papers on Kiln This '
In the case of John F. Bowler vs.
E. C. Macfarlano and others, the
plaintiff by his solicitor, Paul Nou
maun, has Hied the following repli
cation: "Xow comes tho plaintiff heroin,
John F. Bowler, and says his bill is
true and the separate answer of the
defendant J. J. Sullivan is not true,
ami thai he is ready to prove ami i
join issue ou the said answer." i
Wm. O. Smith petitions tho Cir- .
cuit Court to appoint him guardian i
fp?f sAt the Beaver Saloon,
living in San traricuco. Petitioner '
states these minors have estate in H. J. Nolto. Proprietor.
Honolulu inherited from their
graudniother, Elizabeth C. Bolles.
of whose will he is executor, and he
is related by marriage to the minors.
Win. O. Smith tiles his accounts
and asks for his discharge, as execu
tor of tho will of tho lato W. P. Ka
halo of Waituku. Koe-MptsSl&Sl.nii,
expenditures $1585.07, leaviug 51
cents duo tho executor.
Yim Quon files his account as ad
ministrator of estato of Vim You.
Receipts ?2(! 18.75, expenditures
$2322.44, leaviug a balance of -S320.31.
The hearing of the Banuing estate
was adjourned over this afternoon,
to allow Messrs. Hatch and Allen to
attend the Councils.
Mtr. It. MI. ChurcMU
ML Vcnmn, Wub.
An Honest Medicine
nbeumMl.m Cured - Health IMllt Up.
, ,, , .
Mr. tniiirehlll, fornirly nf tlmrchlll & Taylor,
tutT,.(ir .,,.1 tivii rn;tn"er. l Veinon!
,e..i.iHM.... ...i.u. . . . ......... r....i.A...i
wninivlioiiwfur mjrv)cr. When I earn
liere I U'caii to In) hflllcteU all otor wltli
Ana aliopilni In rny l
or ueinit me.i up. My
"jr.'l'W V" f't
bai-k and a ceneral (eetlng
iuMiic tiikr- me out la
lis tlhi. ini.l 1 tnnnil rev-
tell unfit (or work, itrudlti an ailterUte
mmt nf UikI' KiMapirlll. nml lenrnlns
alio that lh mtilteliKwnt r'.inpounilrd In
my nnn HI it of Mim-cluuptt. I roiicliided
thl in.iy tie tin l,.iri tueUlrliie. I took
11 and am io mik'h lmrnrel that I tin out
Hfliin C ""' I. II rOC
IIUUU O P'UlIU UUI 0
In all wetliM nml Intel nil itiv with no
(atlene nml lu-il I'-linr. iu ai.v nnn Hut
reel tiHil nil mer 1 wjr Uk Ifoo-I'a Nirp.
rlllo. Itlimeiitrdrne." It. ll.Ciiirnciiux.
Hood's Pills euro l.irt Illi, Jaundice,
ClUouibe, blub lleoilMh aud UuutUpaUoa.
IIOIIRON, NKW.MAN .t CO..
Agents for Hawaiian Island.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
Real Estate and Stock
AT IS O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Knleriiiii, (Jiiien streut, I
at run in .tiiciioii uu ine iwyni
Interest of 'ill herlnu ll.ilton. Murv IKiltim
nml John ll.illoii, of Wuturfurd, Ireland,
hollif? a ihreu-ipmrltir liit'riit ill thuu I're.
inlii". niuialed ut
l'urinv rh oeeiipled h) the latu Ptiter Hal
ton. 'I he lit eiiiilHln I Iji-KiU Aerej.
Xt. There hit i'otliii;i',iillhounii, cie,
on the Lot
A I -ii, HI the -Uliie lime will lie hoIiI
75 Shares of Hawaiian Tram
ways Company Stock.
Porfullhvr ptirneitlurn iiipl U
-BsV Vs j V!h
PEK S. S. "AUSTHALIA."
J. Nolto, Proprietor.
King Street Restaurant,
k Alike Sis.
Everything Served In First Glass Style.
Hoard by the Wctc
. l Ml
"Ctfc- It will lH-ncn on or iiUnit the tit
lifi-lni All 1IKK A- CO., I'ron.
Everything Ssrved in Fira Class Style.
J I Menl Tiekutx
Fowl Three Times a Week
Tneiiy nml 'l'lmrvluy ut minti; Sun
day nt nipper.
CHUCK SI NO, Prop.
Monday, February 12th.
Ani'llintl'inn for mlniliolim should
Ihi liui'li) liiiliieillntc'iy, n'nlltlK 0;e illld
atnndiiit; nf nppllenut, to
I'll lit ll 'Jt
Mutual Telephone Co.
Tin: mctcai. tklki'iionk com.
X puny Invimt. reeelved the Inti-t lm-
piovni nuiieiimeni in me way oi neuvy
t'nrrent or l.lvht'diiu Ampler nri now
prrimred to (iirnlh the .niie lo their nl-rerliH-ro
ut .t umnlliul ent otinppllentioii.
V. O. llhlKIKIt.
Ii I'l I v Secretary
FURNISHED HOOKS TO LET.
nt No. H t'nloii "lieet,
llvu niltm-f-. walk (rum the
I'iMt Ollleo. tl.U-lf
J nppo.lte lleformutor
i Hohool. Aiiply lo "A. M.'
1. O. Ilox 1.1.
X nllud lltK
I.I.Y Fill 4 .
Iloom for tiffi
No. I Harden Mtt
I100MS TO LET.
'IMVU IIOO.M.S WITH
JL Klleheu. -iiliilile for
Ollirt-h or Hnil'fkeeplllK.
Iliipilro at 0. OeruV rihou
pt KKST A HllUBK
L (orullintlumaii. Ad-,dn-
"A.." IU iiiri of
I ttl... Mt.llllt. . .I,.. lIMll Hill.
FUHMI3HED HOOMS TO LET.
pWo NICKI.Y FPU
1 ulnheil IIihiiiih on l.i
Hint htreet. ipKi-ltn Kim
klnl htruet. iiIhmiI live mill-
lite-' wiill: (mm Niiimuu htreet ear. Aii
ply ut this otllce. tat-tf
i REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7VAI.CAIII.I. I'll.CKH III
imiirovinl l'roM.Tt, loeuleil
in illll'-niut 1'nrtb of the iiy of
Hoiioluliii all lmri;alii. Apply
i fur full luirtienluri. lo
IlltUCi; A A. J. CAimvitnurr.
! HORSE STRAYED
INTO Nu. is.' KINO
ntreet. Ouner ciiu
I have KUimi li) Identify
, Imk It and pay'liK for
tllU llilvertl eiiiulil.
HAWAIIAN QUINTETTE OLUB.
MPhlC 1-ritNlnllhll FOIt
lluliee, I'urilex, I.uiiiIn,
uie., hy Hie
Tor lerm. etc.,
AIN 1). WII.IOKAI,
So. II ItU'lmriU ktrent.
VI, I. OWNi:it OP I.OTH ON TUB
Wmkikl "I'le of the I'litholle I'iuiii.
lery urn leiiiiei-leil lo nieel ill tlin I'euieler)
on MONDAY. Piih. IS. Mil.
tl.lv. 'w I'A;LL',,,i,t
PHI. I 'TltMIl UP. OI KIX IIO ..MM
1 complete .,r h iickecpliin, liieliulllii!
I'irl(,'lil I'hli koriliu I'iillln and li
liiine" M'vmiil' M lilne. Atoili l
Home" M'ttitn; ,
No, llireliiniii I. near I'lini'lilniwl,
DP 1. 1 Ml IHlC AUHKM'h OF CHOCK
Look fiuiii lie llulnl" I hock IvMinii;
iind i' Yim ui "ill uei for him hi ail
l)Unii' miiitei- meter ponr ol attorue)
i lloi'K l.ooK,
No. 19 Nlltiuilll ftrret,
Honolulu, Jan. Ai, Ifill. Ua-t-
ii i -da-at-M
The Newest and the Latest
jNT. S. S -A. OK IS'
BBO rort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
Till ii tliu Ialut Improvement In Hoys' Shirt Wiil-t- ini.l n true friend o
mother: no more luittun- to . on, a, tln-e cannot come oil. Ueliarx
them In white nml In fancy perunien (rum i. .ntn iipwunl
HOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN A I.I. Sl.I.S AT
Ijite-t Shut- In
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
We hnvt' them In trnin, Cnnllniil, N'nvv Ulue .md .lenl llmwii.
I Hll.imKN'H ASH INFANT'S KANCV KI.ANNI.I. COATS nt very low prims.
V.rKltt:i SASIt ItlltUONH IN AM. C(M.il.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They sro pninmineetl he Ix-M hy nit who hsvi- k'vpii lliem a trlnl. V hive
them (or imtles, KH"t". 'hlMrvit mi'l lnfiili Hi phnti, rlliheil, ilroli tlt''li
nml ocu work. . . . I ndle' Adeline I'lnek St' kiin' rediiitil to V) i-ent
per pair. . . . l-nillo' Dlniiioml Uluek btK-Uliin at i'i teiili per pair.
Move von seen tho CMI IMtKN'S HCIIUOI. MATStlmt wi. arf tlltiK lnr'wiit?
The nrejit.t the tliilii; for l!oi.r tli'l.
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513 Kohinson Block, Hotel Streot.
A I.AKOK AbPnitTMKNT OK
Japaiese Silk Crape
IN KVKNINII Mil AliU
AVool DrcsH (tootls.
SIiiiwIh, Etc., Etr.
:mi. b. levy,
S13 Robinson Block, RotM Street.
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National Cane Shredder
I'ATKNTIil) UNDKIt TIIK I.AWH OF I'HK HAWAIIAN IdLANDd
rPMK l'NI)KUSI(INKI) IIAVK IIBKN API'OINTEH SH.K AtJKNTS FHK
I- these SniiKiiiiKlis Hint .ire tiiev prep.trcil in rcccivr imlerr.
The gto.it inlviiiiliigON to he ilenved frmii tin u-e of Hie National dnu
SiiiiKiiuiiii iin- tlinroughly estulilislieil nml iirkiniwli'iluril by l'lutitora
The liirv.o iiumln'r ul I'Luiterx uxirn; tli-iu hi the Uniteil Stiite-, Cuba,
Argentine Kiipulilio. Porn, Autr.iliu .tiel el-cwlnru, hen wuiu-mi to tho
The umi of the SiniKiiiiKn very htipil, iiiutiirut tin ipi unity nf eiuie
Hie mill en 1 1 urittil (2."i in .Ml ,j, uln ll xtr.ii'inui ' jniee (.' in PJ ,).
ll i a great iifenu.inl, m.ikiug kn evn ut nnce the pn-Miu'e nf .my
piiTi'i. nf iron, tiike fruui enrh, nr imyiliiiin whedi wntilil In- bulile in il.nn.ie
the mill, mill ullnwiiiu mnpln t ini in ri'iimvi' cinic lirfur.- iI,iiii.iiii: tint mill
The SiiiiKDliKit it very oirongly uinile, .nut funu In- ni.iuiii r of it,- opera
lion it eulN or te.ir thepn piive ol wi.il nr iron iviilmui nfii-n lui'.ikiii the
Siiiikiiiikii ; nml if iiiiyiliing lircuk-, it i iiinplt mimh- nf tin kmvc nr cutter-,
which c:in he ipuckly anil uceiiomi.idlv rtpl.tcul. I lit- Siiiikiiiikii, u Uu
iiiime imliciitim, tonr Hie cniie into "lui.il nf v.hviiik IoiikiIix, peifcctly npeu
iiiK il mill allow inc. tin mill tn tlmriiiilily pn- mil tin juice- without re
piiring the iniineiiho cirn power m-cen-ury ! Liriixl ur crin-h tin m hole
cuiie. The SlIliKliliiilt ipre.iib the nliriililiil c.uii' uuilnriiily nml evenly to
lie mill roll", nml dim-, away uith the ui-cr-Mtv nf t-prcaifiii; the h.igurte by
hiinil h.dwueii the inilN. where regiiiiilitic i in ui. Nu greater amount lif
boilei capimiiy in reipureil In operate the MiiiKiiiu;ii thuii that which wu
Milliuieui fur the mill, for the .ilmve renMitiH We furnii-h full wnrking
ilrnwiug" for the iuhtiiUntinii nf uiir Siiiikihikiih. muiiliitt; au inptieiit eu-
giiieer in HiicecHi.fiiUj ttiht.iU iiud -tu i th m.
In onlcnnK KmiKiiliKiiH from iin plfiihc M'liil -mull kulch, mIi.v iiik the
iluiineter mid uiilth nt the null n. with wiui-h Siiiii.inn.u ih tn he iniiiicciid.
uImi the f-iilt- 'eilllur riKllt or left
mill), upon which the null inmiie is
to cetiler of front mill mil -hull, .mil
1 of bed plate. The-e rsino-.iiitHUH are
HUH IlllWI 31111. Kiilliilu, when llle
Price- nml further p.irlieiil.u ui.iv le h.ul ) upplynii: tu
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
Silt lifiif it Mi llihKiiinn in(
AT TIIK r MOPS SToltK OK
B. IF. EIaHXiEIRS &c GO.
BOB A Qll FORT STK.R3B1T
Canton Wash Faloriosl
A liandMime 1-iltini Fabric. Nevs Hljlen this m'iiiii the elleetn are lnr-linllf. of Chin
fjllW, lo i-ih them iiieiiii to apprcciaio llieiu.
MLJLFLTJ S-A.TEE33STS !
Hllk tliilnh Junt out , rial French itcmn ure the lltie-l and the enue of the v.wu
Oaahmere SulDlimea SO Oexita Yfcrd i
Our of the halidMoment Waih Material ihU ei.im enilrvi) new nml
for the prlcu him no txpial.
White Tjn.-wTaB and Dirxiity I
In Plain, htrliKMl and Cheokeil in t;rent variety.
W DrMUukiig UatUr Um Huuuiit ol WIS. REMIER. jn
BE KOL'Xl) AT
El "7" "752"
piiftor of the Hawaiian Jap-
ax ksk Ua.aaii, Ilott'l stryot,
to sell liis f,t(ick of JAP
AN KSK COODS.
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53." A bij; iiHhurtuieiit ot
..lAPAN'KSK PAPER XAP-
KINS will In.- sold less than
hmnl u vim face the ilehvciy Mile nf the
Incited, ,iUu tin lieiulu fiiu lluur hue
ilixi.inei emiter tin- -lnft tu frmit end
im hemg ueii by the Hiln Sup.ir Co.
uri KIVIll creilt s.ltl.f.icllnn.
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