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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FKOM AND AFTF.lt JUNK 1. lS'W.
To Kwa Mitu
Leave I'rurl Clly
Arrive Kwo Mill.
Leave Kwa Mill..
I.enve IVurl City.
C. Himdavs excepted.
1). .Saturdays excepted.
tllic guilt) g tUrtin.
FRIDAY, FEB. '2, 1891.
Schr Mary '. Foter from Kniml
Sohr Moiwuhlne front Koholalcle
PlIllitY, Feb. '.'.
Am whaling olir Alton, Scott, J du
Irein San Ftuticlsco
Fhihay, l'eb. 'J.
Mmr W II llnll for Ijihalna, Mititlflru,
Kona, Knn aii'l Yoliano at lo u in
Vessels Loaviut; To-morrow.
S S Australia, Hoitdlclte, fur Han Fran
cisco at I- m
Haw lik Milium Ala, .Smith, for San Prail
Clseo Cargoes from Island Ports.
Hehr Molwali'tir IStl) bans sitfliir.
ticlir Mary K Custer -l.'Oo huga sugar.
For Kauai, in-r stiiir.Tnmei Makes. Feb I
-dpi OJ ('nmpliell.
For Maul ami Hawaii, h.t ttur W O
Hull, Feb 'J Volcano! Mr Archer. Way
ixittm Mr anil Mr lllsliuii. F F I'ldlls, J
llltixome, l' U-i' and daughter, II tinreck
i'li, W ll Cormtcll, .Mlnnw, 1'rvl Km
brio, (1 McDoiiKnll niul ID deck
Vossols in Port.
i: S S Philadelphia, llurker, from i.'nllno,
U SS Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
II II M 8 Chumplon. Koore, Knptlmnult
II I J M a Nuiilwit, Mori, fmni Jhhiii
ti H Australia, lloiiillclle, from Sun Fran-
Am lis ; Margaret, Peterson, I'omox, from
Am sohr Tranlt, Jorgi-ii'Oii, from San
Am sehr llntiKor, A -lie, from Newcastle. N
Am lik Martini Puvls, Houlc, mm Sew
Am bktnu Murt Wiukelmuii, Nl--en, fruni
Newcastle. N M W
Am tern Zumpu, I'elerson, from Hutiiinn,
Am ship II I' Chcmiy, Moshvi, from Di-
Ain turn (lien
Jnlintun, (rum Kurfkn,
llrll nhiii i:atcrnll.
Hlmiiur, from New-
fiill a V
J!r liurk Villiiltn, llurlmnl, from
Haw bk It I' Itltlict, Moirlioii, fmm Snn
Haw lik Mutimi Atn, Sinllli, from Sun
Haw liktuii Kllkltnt, Culler, from Port
Haw lik Andrew Wcldi, Drew, from riau
Itrll lik t-liM'lty, .Martin, from HuiiKkoiiK
Uur lik NitutlliiH, AxKlug. from I.lvi'r)ol
Foroign Vussols Expoctud.
I) A H S Artotu, htfimrt, from Hjilimv, ilne
P M tS ri China, Want, from San I'raimNro,
dun I' ell A
O H 8 Altimcilii, Mor, from .SUuiy, tluo
U H 8 Monouiil, Carey, from S.tu I'ran-
riHl'O, lllltl I-till IA
1)8 S Autralla, llomllctte, from Kan Krun-
tlsL'O. llltll 1'Vll '.'I
C A 8 B Wiirrlmou. Purry, from nyilney,
I) A (I K 8 Ui-t-aiilc, Hmltli, from Han Prun-
clio, ilnu Murt'li A
()8 8 MurlKiiu, llayward, (nun 8duu,v,
due Murch h
U V: O 8 8 (lut-llc, IWruv. from ilnui;koiig
uud Ynkoliuimi, title May 14
Am bkiuuHkuglt, from I'uri Oumlilu, now
Am lik llarvotvr, from ."-an rrnut'lM'o to
llllo, Jan JI
Am bktnu Dlnnvi-ry, fium San Kruui'ltco,
tier nil Terpsichore, from New South Wtilei,
lluw bk Helen llrewer, from New York,
Mur .' IU
Am bk Allien, from San I'runcUeo, Jan '."l
Am sub SulvHtor, from N S W. Juu '.".1
Ajii bktnu Hllo. from N 8 V, Juu .11
lirlt tli Kaflurafi. from N 8 V, now duu
Hk Xuntlpiiu, from N 8 V, Jan 'JU-.'ll
Ilk M linckfulil, from Liverpool, now due
tier bk llulventon, from Amoy, now due
-V. MW MH,,V.IIII ,IU,I, ,I1J ,
Her bk J U (llude, from Ltvernoi
l.ymuu 11 Kimtur, from X h W, ',
pool, Apr i-iu
Tim steamer Klimii will he due from Ha
waii und Maui early tu-morrovt muriiini;.
hhe ttlll leave auiti on I he follonllii; Tues
day. The American hip If. I. Cheney, i
Mother master, Hits toned into port this
morning by the M; Kleu. Shu 1 days
from Depirluro I lav with '.'osu tons of Wei
llugton euul for the I. I. S. N. Co.
There will bo a football game on
the League Grounds at .'I:.'t0 o'clock
to-morrow afternoon, between the
l'uualiou, Jr., and the Unknowns,
captained by C. Tracy and Albert
fl'.S wen .
lit'o. Kttart, ,lr
Sum. I'arktir, Jr
Clifton Tiuet '
.Mil n ley Hopkins
1 . Hopkiin
. W. I.ylu
. C. While
. I). Crk
AilKU-t t ouiiidt
W. ttulft, ihiipii
1 . I'ooKe, Keferee.
The weight of the teams are an
follows: I'unahous, I8.'il5 Ibs.j Un
knowns, 1K17 lbs An admisnioii fee
of twuiitv-livo cents will be charged
for adults and half-pricu for children
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Kiuau to arrive to-morrow.
Diamond Henri, 3 p. m. Wunthor
hazy, wind fresh northeast.
I'rof. Koebelo was n passeiitfor for
Kona on the .steamer v. G. Hall to
day. The Kwa plantation will put in
10,000 sisal plants on laud unsuitori
The P. O. band will givoa concert
ai i ne noiei i ins evening,
Mr. Archer, an old kamaaiun, left
on the W. U. Hall tliix inornitig for
Two uiee cottages on Nutiauti
street eau be re n tut I on application
to T. W. Hobrou.
A German play will bo enacted
at I'uuahou College ilii evening.
Tickets, fifty couts.
1'oter Leo, manager of the Volcano
House, and daughter returned on
tho V. G. Hall to-day.
The China was advertised to leave
San Francisco on Tuesday, and will
therefore be duo Monday.
Six Japanese, including 0110 female,
have been arrested for playing eho
fa. Che fa banks are as numerous
J. Kulolia Mas fined -5o in the Dis
trict Court to-dav for disputing tho
price of a feed of poi in a Chine-e
restaurant with his "dukes."
The Misses Julie and Hose Albu,
with their manager, M. L. M. Plttu
kett, have already booked to leave
011 March 2d by the Australia.
Ituriolph Sprockets and his attor
ney, .Mr. JJisuop, with Mrs. IJtshop,
loft on tho V. G. Hall today for
Maui. Y. 11. Cotnwell was of the
The Hawaiian National baud will
give a private concert to-morrow
afternoon, weather permitting, at.
Craigside, the residence of Mr.Thoo.
W. X. Armstrong will aririres the
meeting of tho American League on
Monday evening next. Tlio Cabinet
and members of the Councils have
Mrs. Good will dispose of her en
tire stock of millinery and store fix- i
lures at auction to-morrow at ll) 1
o'clock. A rare opportunity IsoUor
ed tho ladles to secure bargains in
1 no sale ol tnolnlest 01 inllicnuo
Dnltiiu t nl, iu premises at Kalihi ;
formerly occupied by the lato Peter 1
Lsniioii, 10 iiiiui neon mini u .1. r.'imve tailed lo lure tile l)OVS away.
Morgan on Monday, is withdrawn
for the present.
Mr. and Mrs. ). A. Hopper gn
"curio" party last night. The guests 1
guessed at punning names for art!-i
cics disposed about the parlors. It '
was a pleasing diversion iu social
The Hawaiian Quintet Club will
serenade Mrs. Mary Allan, widow of '
John Allan, late manager of the
club, at her residence this evening.
Mrs. Ailau expects to leave on the '
S. S. Australia to-morrow.
A dray attached to a double team
ran away on King street this fore
noon going towards Palama. The
team, which belonged to Wilder's !
lumberyard, finally lauded with the
two formvheels and shafts at Kalihi. I
V. Savidge will start a skatiuir I
rink iu the ileretauia street armory. 1
D. B. Smith erected the building'1
originally for that purpose, did a '
iroori business iu it ami "came from
under" before the collapse of (In
The members of Kngine Co. No.
I of the defunct volunteer depart
ment will give a grand luati at Long 1
Branch Baths to-morrow (Saturday) j
cvciiiuir- A riivy w'ill bit made of the
company's funds, hence thecelobra-1
Six native Hawaiian took out
passports at the Custom House this
forenoon. They leave oil the S S.
Australia to-morrow for the Mid
winter l-'air. .1. l'akolo, at one time
first baseman of the Kamehatueha
nine, if among the number.
S. Decker's twenty-one months
old chihl strayed from its home bo
low Fort street school this forenoon,
and was found by parties living on
Kiikui lane. The fact was tele
phoned to the police, and when
Decker reported at the Station he
was told where the child was.
Wong (.'hong was found guilty of ,
having opium unlawfully iu posses- '
sion in tho District Court to-day,
and was sentenced to pay a line of j
roll. Ah .Mini, arrested about the I
same time on a similar charge, was I
discharged, he oroduciui; a certi
ficate from Dr. .Minor to smoke (
To-morrow, Feb. .'1, was formerly '
observed a the anniversary of the
now defunct volunteer lire depart- ,
ment. A pantile during the day anil
a banquet iu the evening made tho
usual order of the day, but last year
owing to martial law" being iu force
no observance was held beyond the
display of Hags.
In the District Court IhN uiorn
ing tlio case of .). A. Magoon, charged
wilh assault and battery on .1. V.
Ltiniii'', was remanded until to mor-
rou, on account of the failure ( the
I complainant to appear. .Mr. I. mi
I iug has been eon lined to his hoti.-e
1 since the assault, but hopes to be
able to attend Court to-morrow.
A local linn received tlm agenct
and one sample of a new typewriter.
It put an advertisement in the Star.
The sample was sold. Forthwith
the Star boasted of the value of an
advertisement in il columns, claim
ing this one had eau-ml the ulo nf
"all" of the article the firm had iu
stock. This morning's Advertiser
ptiuctuied the boast of itn couteui
jiorary by saying the sample wa
bought by a luembei' of the Advei-
(tihors stall who had uevet seen the
MUSICAL BOYS OF HAWAII.
Skulch of tho National Band's Orlcbi
Last Night's Concert.
A year airo veiterdav. February 1.
the members of the "then Goverti
: ment band left tho ervice in a body,
with a few i except ions, rather than
I swear allegiance to the Provisional
j Government. I was against their
I grain to go back on (heir (jueen;
' they were loyal to her. and for
twelve months thev have remained
S0( j ,,,jU, f ,(, f.0l tial wntiy 0(
them have barely any means of sub
sistence, and hardly a spare shirt to
their backs. Several have even been
seen working on the city front as
dock laborers. Thus hare they
shown their riovoteriness to their
Shortly after resigning from the
Government service, the bandsmen
organized lln'inelves into the now
popular I) d) known a the Hawai
tan Xatioual Band, and on Pebruary
1(1 an order was sent on the Union
steamship Monowai, through the
Golden Utile Jlazaar, for a full set of
Heigian instrument . These arrived
at the earliest opportunity and (he
Hawaiian National Hand assembled
at Kmma Sipinre at ( !:.'!() o'clock on
the morning of March 17th. They
marched (o Washington Place, where
they serenaded (jinen Liliuokalani
with their first concert. They play
ed three marches, beginning with
the "Lilittokalaui," anil ended with
"Hawaii Ponoi.' Tho Queen cor
dially thanked the Nationals for
, ineir iieiigntliil music. An item in
i the UtLLUTix tho previous day stated
mat iuo nana intended serenading
the Queen, and in cousoipicnco there
wai a large croud of people outside
the fence listening to the "boys."
The mu.-ic was so beautiful that
three cheers wen given for the Na
tionals. The first public concert by the
members of the former Hoyal Hawai
ian Hand as renamed was given at
the Hawaiian Hotel on (he evening
of March '22. An immeiiM) concourse
of people, estimated at live thous
and, thronged the hotel veranda and
grounds. The baud was assisted by
the Hawaiian Quintet Club. The
demand for encore was so numer
ous that it was not until l0:.'!0
o'clock that the program of eight
pieces was concluded. At tho con
clusion tho American, British, Jap
anese and Hawaiian national an
thems were played. (Jn all sides the
most euthusiatic prii-e was heard
of the debut of tho famous Hawai
ian National Hand.
Oiler have since heen marie by L.
A. Thurston and G. C llceklov.
-vmn.il ,r with tlm in,..ni c.u-
nYniueiit. to lake rut. baud to the
World's Fair, but in each caso they
Lately another oiler was made bv
T. V. Hobrou, agent for the Mitf
winter Fair, and again the oiler was
G. V. Macfarlane has since ad
vanced a proposition to tako the
baud to the Midwinter Fair, and a
meeting of the Nationals was held
this morning to consider the oiler.
The baud gave a concert at tin.'
Hotel yosleniay eveuinir, the auni-
orsary of their refusal to swear al
tegiauco to the Provisional Govern
ment, ami notwithstanding the bois
terous weather about one thousand
enjoyed (lie musical treat. On the
hotel veranda, ami in the parlor and
launi, was congregated a gay anil
fa-hiouable throng, including "many
society belle. American and British
naval olllcers, and diplomatic reore
soulutivcs of foreign nations. The
ilayiug and siuuiug were particular-
line. After the concert came a
hop in the parlor, an orchestra of
Nationals furnishing ileliglitlul
SHE'S OOINO TO THE 1'AIIl.
Tho Amazon Who Figured 111 the
"Iti.ru For Ufu."
A couple of weeks ntro .Miss Kaihe-
limit a native less or more than the
1 average avortliipoU, created a furore
I of excitement iu town on account of
jau escapade with a foreigner near
the water front. II was then dubbed
I a "Itaoe for life " The girl and man
1 had disagreed over something ami
' on catching a glimpse of him on the
! street, the Aiua.ou gave chase and
. the foreigner barely escaped with a
whole scalp. It is reported that
I ever since the man has been "laying
I low." After the departure of the S.
j S. Australia to-morrow, maybe the
( man will rot iu ponce, and say,
j "Thank goodness, she's gone." Miss
; Kaihetnua called at the C11M0111
l House this moiiiiug, deposited a
' dollar anil took out a passport for
, San Francisco. She will visit the
Midwinter Fair ami take iu the
sightn about the cit.
Smuuthlutr Oood iu Store for Ilnud- 1
era of the llullotin.
The Mi'llmin has secured tlne
clusite right to publish serially a 1
ston of thrilling venture called,
"Told in Whispers," which, after
appearing iu one tliouauil daily
and weekly newspapers of America,
will be illustrated and published in 1
book form bv a well known New1
Yoik publishing house. The book
in 110 maimer treats nf Hawaii,
tluuigh the lii's) eliaptet ojieiis at
the tolcaim nf Kilauea, being the
Inline of two exiled publishers. The
story litis been more than two years
iu ptepaiatiou, and the plot is full
of action, thrilling incident and
natural situations The life of a
beautiful fact 1 in girl is an interest
ing pliae uf the wnrk. The author
is l.oigh Irvine, the lAauiiner's Ho
nolulu cnrre-piiiiileiit whose "Slrug-
for Hiead ' is now in the loth
Mrs. Imily 'I hoi tie, who resides at
Toli'dn, tshiiiKiiin, s.-ys she has
lietel been able tu pioclire ail
lUedli'ilie fur ilieiiiuatisui that re-,
llete- the pain sn iiliekl and ellVe.
tuallv as t'hamberlain's I'aiu Halm
aud that she has ulsn used it foi
lame back wilh jreat success. For
VEKY PLEASANT EVENT.
St. Androw's Church Association
Fresh ovitlonco was afforded lat
night of the growing popularity of
the monthly entertainments of St.
Autlrew's Church Association. Al
though tho evening was showery
with strong squalls of wind, there
was a largo gathering iu tho Sunday
schoolroom. Captain H. W. Mist, U.
N., presided, and V. L. Stanley.sccre
tary, road the minutesof last previous
meeting, after an opening praver
by Hev. Alex. Mackintosh. The fol
lowing program gave great delight
to the audience, tho lady vocalists
being in every caso encored:
Piano Mil Mr. I. II. Ifodpp
Duct, piano nnd violoncello
. Ml von Holt mid Mi. Wniy Tutlor
Iteaillntj M-. P. II. hnxo
. Mr. Van Vllet mil! Mls Mitlrew 1
Duet, pliiiio niul mamlolin
Ml" Mollln Atkinson i.nd Mr Itookr
Mls von Holt, with violii ohlidn bv
Miss Mcdrew and piano :oTonianl-
monl bv Mrs. Van Vllet.
Iliiiiil bpl'l riniui; by iUiiN 1 f Mr. Arm-
This was the first time the young
bell-ringers had appeared in public,
but they made very few mistakes
and were loudly applauded. The
bells aro a recent gift from Mr. Theo.
II. Davies. At the close of tho pro
gram, ice cream am! cake wero served
to the company, tele-a-tete tables
being furnished for parties who liked
(o uso them, The evening proved a
happy one to all, judging by tho
general sociality of the assembly.
Mortuary Roport for January, 1804.
5 a ;
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IU to .VI
.'I to Ol .
lie to 71
Ki in .mih
1 oi: "I m tfll.
tri'iiehltl" . .
itliMxl I'lil-ell .,
l'ever. .. .
.' Ilinicirrlmm' . 1
I Heart Dl-en-e. i
'Si liiiitli-s 1
'J 1 Inanition .1
I I llllliletlll. . . I
I Laryngitis ... I
I Metltllltle I
liOld Ae il
'.'I 1'ar.ih-it . . . I
5 Sypliflls... . I
1 , I tikunttii 1
I. 1 V M.illl.M t,
" Jan.. 1MU :ts
5 Jan., ts'H is
t I .'. (I.ltsidll
I teat lis. . T n II 1:1 .'. . .. I
Isn-i I finis i.stim ttr.
Animal ilentb mie -t loo mt moutli.J.'i.oj
All ethers ll.no
C. II. lti:voi im,
A cent Ibmi-dof Health.
O. V. O. llardman, SherilT of
Tyler Co., V. Va., appreciates a
good thing and does not hesitate to
say r-o. lie was almost prostrated
with a cold when ho procured a bot
tle of Chamberlain's Couidi Keiuedv.
! lie says: "It cavo mo prompt relief.
1 find il to be an invaluable remedy
for coughs ami colds." Kor sain by
(in i'iieTin. jiiiinim, oiiiito is. vw
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Black & Wblte vs. Bull & Blue.
Unknown vs. Punahou, Jr.
COMK ONKt IDMK ALL':
TO-MOltUOW, I'YIi. ;M.
Now Baseball Grounds.
Oateg Open at 2:30. Qamo Starts at 3:30.
.'.'.'i I Villi.
nVo NICK COTTAUKrf
to rent on Nuuuiiu
street, bit ween vineyard
niul sehool streets, ntea-
Kioill) loi'.ited. 1 or tukrtieubirs nppl
1. w. minims,
HIT tf Fori street.
rPIIK COI'AlflNKUhJiri' IIKTWLKN
I 1 ,tliu nil lerslKlied Uxl-lillK Ullilui the
1 tlrni name of l.wiirgns, 1'irn'iinles ,: t'.
has heen ili-Miheil by niuiuul voii-vtit, Mr.
I l.teurims havlni; Milit hw Interest iu the
1 llrm to Mr. 1'Vruaiiiles. All ilehtMlun bv
the prill will bu paid at the store of the
linn bv Mr, Kerntttiib- ainl all deliU dim
to the firm Ulll beeollei'lel li.V him Oeo.
I.teuripls re-peetfull) iei lests Ids friends
, lijiixtend their p.itroutiKi Iniretofuie (iveu
to him to his siieeitHsor, who will uontiinle
the business nf the llrm on nisuwniiivuiiiit
UhO. I.Yi I lines,
Honolulu. Jan. I J. Is.il no Im I It
ALL HILlJs Dl'iTAHAIN.Vr riiuiio
iioliilu Itoail Hoard iu futiini are rt
' oiliisled tu be presented at thuolhte of the
limit hup ivisor el Honolulu on the INlli
ol i-ueli uiolith, olliei'wi-e thej will lie ex
empt from that iiioulli's e-timitte and lik. -
IK not to be itiil.l for mie or two month-
' a'ltei. Ilk until ol the Honolulu Ku.nl
Hoard. W II. 1 I'MMISHH.
1 s'-tf ltii.nl MiHirvi-or. Hiniiiliilii.
DPI: INC. I UK AllsdlNCKOF ( Hoi K
Look iroiu ihe sland Cheek liwoni;
uud C. Van hin will net for him in all
htlMiiex. mailer- miller iHiner ol ultornt'j .
No, I" Nuuuiiu alnet,
UuliulillU, Jilli. l, is'll. W3 Iw
Rich Red Blood
Results from taking Hood
Mr. Chit. Walker
Of ,ian I'mnciioo.
"For several years t have been troubled with
blotcliHj trul pimples on my f.tco and body, 1
wliklmtro very armoring. I Irli-d setcralnre- I
erlptloro, an. I aim other moitlelnei, but Uiejr I
Hood's K Cures
illit nil seetn n brnent nr, Kit fill a friend
adO'il inclo try HimmI's Sir.Tp itllls. I tru
determliicil to ; He It
A Thorough Trial.
After wing two buttles, my skin returned to HJ
nnturAl sutr. I sitll ni it, n It cl" in
trrnelb anJ tkr. I nrr IitI belter health
In no lite, nn.l I live li to t.ikliK IfnmP H.ir,- j
tiatlfl.V (has. Wi ur.it. nth (.'.irvlU iltg,
III okiii mi J 'U"i, t 11-- vi-1 11 ! iri-iiri iir-fkiiiB
co., s i.iBhtii street, S.UI rrnneisco.
Hood's PIII3 nro lbs best sfter-dlnntr
I'Ult, aislit dljoUun. euro beadacbe. 26c.
HOIIHON, KWt.N A CO.,
A cent for HaAnllnti Islands.
S " V.
n t sjiw X?c iUr
The PASSENGER DEPARTMENT
-, . ,.
UCeaDlC JjieaillSilip liO.
IS rtAN I KAN. I&CO.
Ik en Ill-moved from
I.'T Mm kit
IMS MoVI'tiUMKKY SriMXT.
- (1 mioii . intMti ttorci.)
W 1'roui this date nil ruuimuuli-a-liens
perliiiulli)! to tint S.111 l'nnu'1-i'n 1'us
H'lmer llislne-s slenild lie i!iil to tlm new
Oltlee, l.ls MoutKolliery Mreel.
WM. C. IRWIN & CO., LD,
FUltNISHKD U00M3 TO LET.
. at No. s t'nlon ireiii,
M.ilk from the
X llNhed Itooms for
(il'lltlKllletl at No,
si 1.' tf
UOOMS TO LET.
'PWO ItOOMh WITH
A. Kltehiti. siiltuble for
(', (ulU's sihue
A IHH hK
1 fura Hi iilli'Muin. Ad
Hi 1 1. i.iin nf
pnee ami pa,-
FURNISHED HOOMS TO LET.
mi i-.i.y 111; isM--k
I I I!
Itn - on Li-
epiHi m Kua
kin street. iiIhuiI
Utes' walk from N
pi) ill thl- "111" .
, 1.1111I stri et
KEAL ESTATE FOH SALE.
- YAl.L'Al'.l.l. i'll.i i:s tn
i unproved i'mpeitt, Inealed
in illll'Tent I'ltrlsof the I ll of
Hiiuolulili all haru'iiiii-. pplt
for full nartieiilais to
Illtl'Ci: ,v A. .1 1 Alt I WltKIHT,
IWI.l.N W IMM N H. WAI
i.in Hotel, a I'm ki 1 l sik eonlainini:
I . t". Kieeniim k-. A n war.l of i m will lie
paid for it- return to tin. Mti-t- ol the Ha
uaiinti linii I '0 . -V
Well-lirok.-n in s.ii
die mid I liirui'ss Ai ,1 11
F11111II) 1 urriuu. in t t
repair. Aibiru-s, -l ilii,,i pne.e
P. 0. llvi .So. ly.
A sVLl "V I
0.11 tl I
.The Newest and the Latest
OHO Fort street, Honolulu,
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
This Is the lntet Improvement In Hoys' Hurt W.iis iind a true friend to
motlior.s: no more buttin to hw on. us thec ratmot i-ntne i.if. Wi.-hovu
llo'in in wblte aint 111 latioj pTea es from irunt ipward
IlliVs' CAMCO W IS-Is IN I.L IZI AT -':. CK.NIf.
- Ulte-t Simp- in
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
Wo Iiup tlirin Iti ('renin, 'nrilifi.il, Nnv Itltie and st, u. itrmvii.
U.1I.DUE.VH AM INF AST'S KANl V KI.AN.NLI. CO.Te at v.r low prices.
w.ri:itr.P -ash itutiiovs is all rni.oits
'the Adeline black stockings
They are roiinuui'tsl tin- l-st , u w, have iv n ttioto 11 trial. We Iisvn
t In-ill fer indies, (rent-, I'liililreti niul Infaii' -. mi plain, ribbed, ilroti stiteb
and 0vll work. . . . I wiles' Adeline I'laek Mm-kiliif reititeeil to .) cent
er pnlr. . . . IjhIIoV Hiiimond Ulurk Mix-klncs at i' ruts s-r pair.
Have yoit seen tin CHIt IHtKV'S !l (IO. HATS that ate -eilln fur ) outs'
1 lie are jst Hie tlniu;
3NC- S. LEV1T
513 J.ohiiison Block. Hotel Street.
A I.AItlii: AbSollTMCNT Ol'
IN CVKM.SO -IIAliKS
Wool Dl'CMH (.fllOlls..
Sliawl.s. Ktc, Kt
Japanese Silk Crape
513 nobtuton Block, llotol Stresl.
National Cane Shredder
I'ArKxi'KD 1 NHKit mi-: laws or thl h wvama.v hi. anus
. rpilK rXDKUSKlNKU HAVK HKKX
; -- tllCsii MltlKUIIKItS niul are Ituw
I he great iiilvitutuucn lo lie derivcil
SiiiiKliliKK are tliiiroiildy cstitlilisheil ,unl
I lie lurue numlier of Planters usiiii;
j Argentine Kitpuldic, Peru, AuMr.ih.i
I lhe Use of the .SlIliKIHiKI. vety l.ttcely .iiiu'tueiils the ouilltltv
the mill citii t:riml '2- t nil j, ubn tin- eMi.ieimu nf june (." tu l'J .(.
Il in 11 grcai .afcgiiiiril. ui.ikiug known at mice the presence nf nut
pieces of iriui, klukcs fmiu ears, r aiittlnim which would he Imble in iUnmi;e
the mill, ami idlnwiuu ainpli Hue tn r tieive s one hefnri- d.iui igiug the null.
The SiiiiKiiDKit is vi ry simugly unuli, ami imin tlie manner nf its uietn
tiou it cuts or tears these pii sol ivih.iI nr irnii witlioiit ud.ui lire.ikim: the
SlIllKliliKlt ; niul if unythiug lire.iks, it is simply somenf llt kuivo nr cutters,
which can lie ipnckly .mil eciiiiuiiiic.dly repl.icid. I'he SitiiKniitic, us its
llllllie indicates, le.lls lie cull)' llllo shleilsnl V.irvillK leiiyth-, peifietly npeli-
iiiK it iiml iillotviuc the null tn ihomughly piess mil the juires t it hunt ie
ipiiiiug the unineiire extra pnttei iec-jr In ritnl nr cnili the wlmle
Cine, The .SiiiiKliliKK spreads tin slinddul c.Ole liillfiilllily ami eteult In
the mill mils, ami lines away wilh tin ueeessllt nf spreailiui: tilt Ji.lg.lss'e lit'
haiiil between the liillU. win ie regrimllliu' Is III ue. Sn Cieatel amount of
linilcr cnpaeiiy is leipuml m npi r.it.- tin Suumuo.i, 1l1.1utl1.it wlncli w.is
siillictent fur the null, fur the aliiivc reiisnus Wc furnish full winking
urawiiigs tnr lite iiisiaii.iiiiiu nl our miki.iiIikiis, euuliliuu my competent eu
1 uineei in suceessltillt install .mil sl.nl ilicui.
I In nrilcriu" Sum. minus fmm us, pleas, semi -in. ill k.ili. sliowiim' the
1 diameter ami width nf Hie mill m. with whn.li Sino.iim.u is tn lie coiinei'tiil,
alsn Ihe side (cither rigid nr li ft hand .1- toil f.ici tin- dehti IV side nl III.'
tlllll), Upon Which the mill limine I- lne.iled, .1U11 He leiclu tlniu llonr bile
tn center of front mill mil shufl, mnl di-tiui'i .eiitei tln shift In lunii end
! nl Led plute. 'I'llesi MlliKIUlCIIH up unW lii iiij; Used lit the 1 1 iln Stlnr l'u.
11111 iinwi .Mill, Miluila, where tliev mi
l'riecs ami ftinhel p.irllcill.us mat In li.ld lit npplv itn; In
- AJ' I'HL KAMnls hl'iiUK ul. -
F. BHLERS &c GO.
BOB A Bll F-ORT STK.H1B3T.
Oanton JVeuslci Falorias !
A IihihIkuiiu. Cotton Fnliric New Hit les this mmioii the ede. is nre fne-slmlles of I'lmm
hllks. In mi them menus to appreciate them.
bilk flniali jtut out, real I'reiiih .lesions are tin tlliest and the erate of tlie seit.on
Oashmere Sublimes SO Cents Ya.rcl I
One of the haiiilninel Wash Material, tin. en.on eiilirui) new nn.l
(or the price Im. 110 tiiial.
Wlaite Lawns and 3Diniity I
In Plain, htris'il uud ('lurked In i;rvni vsriet),
IW Dmaaukiag Under tlio Haaagaaant ol MB8. RU1HF.K. Jt
BE KOL'XI) AT
for Hot - er liirs.
I luivo lift'ii iiiti'iii'tcd by
Mit.fi. M. in. S. 1. Sua a, pro
priutor of (ho ll.wv aiiav.Iai-
AXIl: JiAZA.Mt, IJotcl -street,
to .-.oil liis stuck of .JAP
AN I2S 13 ..0.)1S.
STIS5 - '"n a-ss,iirtiiiciit of
.1 A I'ANKSKIWPKK NAP
KIN'S will lie siild l.h.siSTIlAN
(M.K AUKNTS Kdlt
lilep.ireil In M'eeiti
Use id the N.MIO.N'VI. Ca.SK
.ickimuledged by I'liillters
them 111 (he Wniteil Siutes,
.ind .Newliere, li.-.ir witness
citnii: ii.i s itisf.u timi.
G. IRWIN & CO., LU.
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