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Sht gnus Stitiin.
Vitdird to itrtlhtf Snt iwr Party, i
Hut tiitabliihrd for thi- It' lit All. I
MONDAY, FKIi. ft. isl.
TIiito is nothing o It'll re r in tln '
now a from Viuliin,'toii than that
the auiH'nti(iii jig is up. t
What did Mi-Candles tfo into the
revolution for. nmt'o it i proud. ;iu
cording to his own vidiiu't, that In'
is not an "tarnt't aihooatv of an
An idea of tlu thoroughly parti
san character of tht iummimi Kauai
ian alTair pulil tsh'l hy the S:iu
Francisco papiT may li gained
(mill the fact that MeCrearv' n'o
lution in favor of the President'
policy i uppreed Iho.n paper.
NEW YEAH OK CHINA.
Cliinenu KenUlonts Celrtirntu Their
Uroat FiistuI Day. '
Clniicxe Niw Year'., or "Koiiohi,"
n it i. cotunionty kmnwi. ;i uglier
ud in with the explosion of bomb
and lire-cracker and the li.wing ol
tin whistles nt '2 o'clock lat night
At 0 o'clock this morning (hiue.-e
rvMdoutt iiiadu New Year call on
their neighbors and all lni-iiies
house ouned b tliem were cloed.
"Open house" was kept lii proiui
nenl Chinese, and thee who called
were hospiltilih lecened Annii.
mi old resntetit, h.nl a line spienil.a
also had Ah Lo, both on Xutiaiiii
street. The Chinese I luted S lei.-l
held n reception from I'J in'JuVlitck.
nnd among thoc who called were:
l'lesidclit S. II. )iie. .MniioTs S.
M. Damon ami Mmtli of the
Provisional Uowrimii'iit. li C. Cot
ter and V. 11. Wiight of the Foreign
Olllce; Chief .lutice Judd, Herman
Fucke, A. 1'. lVterMin. Capt. V liar
land, bark Yillalta; Dr. K I Moore.
Chan. Creightoti, T. I' hinging, ti.
Kunt, Mason Fu I'rosser. 1'aul
Nciniiaim, Hugh Guun. S. l.iiiMiii,
F. V Macfarlane. acting Consul for
Denmark; llruce (.arlwnght. .1. M.
Mousarrat.il V .Selimnlt.l'ousiil for
Sweden ami Norwa. and .sous, Mar
rhitl Hitchcock. Dep'uiv Marshal A M.
IJrowu. .J. A. llopper.'.l. M D.nnl
ou, J. A. Mapion, V. II. Castle. .1.
U. uhcrloii, .1. F Haekfeld, H. F,
Glade, F. A. Scha'-fer, .1. S. Waliter,
V. V. Ashr..rd. .1. A. Low. K. 1
bpalding. J. . Carter, Jr., li C.
.Macfarlane. F. D.uuou. V. F. Dil
liiigham, M. Mi-Voy, .lr, Messrs.
Ilaiuburg anil I'loieuhauer, ). I..
Katilukt'ii, 15. F. D.lliiigham. .1 A.
llutMtitior. I! I.Uhiuau.
Ooo Kin. president, ami Wong
Kwin, Vice president. ree,ied tin
guestst, and ushers were ccrelnr
Cluing Kim and Ho Foil. The. I'.
O. bund plai-d on the terandn dur
iug tin reeeptmn.
TIih B. O. Wilil.ir Witifi.
The barkeiituie .v (!. Vilil r, cap
tain McNeill, rriwi in San Fran
cisco on Saiuid.'iv. .Ian. '.Tin. iij
Unv Ir.dii 1 1 txiiilii. 1" t barken
lines S. ii. Wilder. I'lanter and
Amelia left tin poit onJau. Il.h
for an otvau rao in the (ihlen
Gftle. Iti-lweeu Captains Me.Neiil
ami Dou of I In- former icw' s a
pulse of zJil h el Im'cii put up. Hit
Wilder ttt f "ii hours after the
I'lanter, fuel h.i t ln'iifor.- he-.teu
t tin tut ler b. tieiiu.v liiri-e it.i, a-
llp to the dep-trilire of tlluS. ."..
China the l'luuler had not been
sighted Lapt.iin McNi-ill, who win
the prie, lighted the Planter on (he
morning of the l.'iili, ami In nieuiug
Ittft hei hi the wniic.
THE MISSJE3 AL.UU.
Alter bulnir tho Vokiuio Thuy Will
Sing al llilu.
The lenowned wcaltil.s, the M,.-.
Albu, will leave to tnoriow for the
Volcano, ret lulling to Ililo in lime
to give a concert on Saturday even
lug tin- 10th. The llllolMH ui'll hae
thu opportuuiiy of hearing two ol
the finest aopiauos ulm ham appeal
ed iu Honolulu Tlii-ir magmlicent
ringing will long U mine inhered ami
thbir departur" regretted l thf
whole community who line enltme
and art. The Mis-es Aibu with Mr
X'lunkett retuin Icie on the Kinttii
and ft re biKild to li-ae Ij the Aus
traliu for .San Francisco.
BHOWINQ B'lOLEN GOODS
ThrOubk und PuIuch Furniture ut the
The IillXLIIN eM'lllhlM'lj publish
od u report that thu thrones of Ha
waii hud been coin to the Midwinter
Fair at San Francisco. Not onh
are the thrones there, but a lot o'f
thft Palace furnitnie, the late King
Ktdaknua'.s uniform, decorai ions. (ie
i'ho thipiiK'iit was made on the
Mououai and the pre-ence of the
articled in San Francisco was kept a
secret until alterthe Australia sailed
Ask Your Friends
Who have taken Hood sSnrsap-inlla
what they think of it, and the replu
will bo positive in its favor annul)
what Hood's aai-upmilla do , that
iell the stor. of its merit. One has
been mired of indigestion oi ilniep
bin, another finds u imlipcusnhle
for bick headache or biliousness
while olheis report remarkable cures
of fciofiila, catarrh, rlicunmtirin.
salt rheum, etc
Hood'a Pills are purely veyetable
All ktndi of (Jomiii'n'iiit I'rintiHii
r'iijillji fxiii'a ill li 'ii'ci ill tit
HAWAII IN CONGRESS
Resolution of Non lnteiference
in the Senate.
House Cuminl'tes Majority Favor Sup
port of Cleveland's Policy.
In the midst of the discussion of
the !ui;ar .cheduln of the tarilf in
the House ou .Ian nary '22. the Prei
dent traimnttted to'the House the
latest papers from Willis on Ilawni
After the reading of the Hawaiian
correspondence lioiitelle demanded
recognition. He charged that it was
apparent from three successive ines
-ages sent to the House that the
Government was engaged in foment
iug in-iirieciion in a country with
which the L'uited Slates is nt peace
He desired to call up his prmleged
Hot words between Houtelle and
the Speaker followed.
Hatch asked that Doutelle's word
In taken down, and Houtellc was
ordered to take his seat. He refused
to do -o and tho serge,int-nl-nruis
was called upon to support the
Great excitement followed.
The rule was read nnd then the
Speaker recogui.ed a motion lo re
sume consideration of the tnriiThill.
Ou n division Moutelle made n
point of no ipiorum. The Ucpubli
c.V's refused to vote.
Tellers were appointed null it
looked as though no ipioriuu could
be found, and tliat the tarilT debate
would be suspended. Finally, how
ever, a bare ipiorum got together
ami the sugar debate was continued
Ou Jan. 21 the Senate Committee
on Foreign Kclntioiis reported favor
abl the following resolution:
.' .ii hi, From the facts and
papers laid before the Senate it is
unwise mid inexpedient, under the
istiug conditions, to consider al
his tune any project for t heannexa
linn of the Hawaiian Islands to the
Lulled Mates; that the Provisional
Government therein having been
illll rct'ogUI.eil, llie lllgllCM inter
uitioiial intere-t reouires it
pursue its own line ol polii-y. For
eign intervention in the political nf-f.iii.-
of these i.-laudrt would be re
garded as nu act unfriendly to the
voucrniiicni ol tim I linen Mates.
Turpie. who reported the resold
lion "ii behalf of the committee,
aid he was directed by the commit
ice to ask its immediate considera
tiou, as it wathe unanimous cxprcs
ion of the committee, except the
dissent of Senator Dulph to the lirst
Turpie further explained that the
resolution had no relation to the
special 'uxctiuMtiou beiiur made bj
J Ciillom addrefscil the Senate ou
' the resolution, t'hamllcryicldiugthc
llior for that purpose.
Ciillom savau'ely attacked thitol
ic of the Administration in the Ha
waiian matter, lie said that abund
aut testimony had been furnished to
controieii the assumed theon of
the Piestdent and Secretary of Stale,
'hat the resolution was incited am!
, fostered by Minister Menn ami
, Captain Wtllsc, bin, iu any case,
1 Cleveland found the Government
I e-tabll-lied and III full possession,
I recognied by the world.
Culloiu compared Blount's craft)
, acts of spy in Honolulu to the em
' plowucni of Major Andre by the
liri'tish Government in Kevoltitioti
try times, and said that llloiiut de
1 served Andre's fate.
"The country has reached the con
elusion that the President and Cabi
net, with all their new fnugled para
; mounts ami cipher despatches, are
merely tiuclad actors iu n stupend
ous comedy of errors."
Teller objected to immediate nc
Hon on the ground thai the rcsolu
tiou had not been printed, and Mills
gain notice that when it enmu up
for consideration he would ask for a
division of the ipiestiou.
So the resolution went over undo!
lUilOI.ITlON!, IS TIIK lllirsc.
Aii addition made the same day to
tho Hawaiian resolutions iu the
House was the following, pieseutei)
by Sweet (li) of Idaho:
"Whereas, An ellort is now being
made to establish a republic iu the
Hawaiian Islands, and
"Whereas, Coullictiug roportt are
in circulation as to the policy of
the United states with relation
llieieto, there ore
"Htwlvnl, That the United States
horch extends to the struggling re
preventatives of tlie said islands it
sincere sympathy with their efforts
lo extend the principles of free gov.
McCreary, chairman of the House
Commute)) on Foreign AlTairs, in
troduccil late the same afternoon a
li'solutioii einliodving the policy of
tie Democratic members of the
committee on the subject of Hawaii.
In substance it denounces thu idea
of annexation ami upports Presi
dent Cleveland's altitude iu the
Minister 'Thurston called at the
Statu Department January li'i, and
ma le a short call on .Seciutan
Gresham 'This is his lirst since his
re. urn from Honolulu. His recep
tion was the same as befoie his de
in uosrsi uirsi.ss.
Dr M. Stalker of Dos Moines,
Iowa, was before tin Senate Ilavvai
ian Investigation Committee, He
was in Honolulu when the revolu
tiou occurred In his testimony he
said he consideicd thu revolution
unjustified, and was of thu opinion
that but or tho luudinir of Amuri-
can ttoojis it would not huvo bi,in
SPFXIFICATIONS nV DOLE.
A Washington despatch of Jan.
"Another Hawaiian message will
bo Pont to Congress by the President
within a day or two, probably on
rriduy. It will consist ohiollv of a
document containing the text of
President Dole's letter replying to
the demand of Minister Willis for
the Tiling of specilicattous to sustain
his i President Dole's) charge that
Mr. Will s hail been conspiring to
overthrow the Provisional Govern
incut In oirce niul to reinstate the
person whom Mi. WIN calls in hi
otlicial ooirospomleuoc Her Majesty,
"'This ilocumeut nrrieil nt the
Stat) Department in the mails to
day and will be on the President's
desk when he r. I urns to his olllce
to morrow. Thiscoiiimumcntiou will
probably bo a greater senatioti than
even tie1 h'tt r of PicMih-nt Dole,
which Mini-ti-r Willis was so exceed
ingl anxious to have suppress d.
"It has been ascertained that the
oHorts of Minister Willis to suppress
that letter, which has now been
mad)' public, were not conlined to
tln communication from him to
Pre-uh ut Doli. lb made inot per
sistent personal elbirts verbally, of
which there was no record, to induce
President Dole to withdraw and
destroy that letter, but Pro-idoiil
Dole was obdurate.
"Minister Willis might, if consist
cut with his own view i of public and
private ilutx, piopose to tin repre
sentatives of a foreign Government
that I he files of the Legation should
bo mutilated and the Fluted Stnles
Government ami people bo kept in
ignorance of what hail happened,
but Prc.'dent Dull, would not be
made a piny t such n transaction.
The record siamis. Tin' letter which
i now hen' i:m important addition
to (li.it record. It is understood
that il s Is for.h dates, places, cir
ouiiiMnnccs me I names to sustain
the chaige of Picsjiicnt Dole's letter
that the Minister of the United
Stall's had been etigagad for wiMks
iu attempting to overthrow a Gov
eminent which the United States
has rocogui.cd, toe I to which Minis
tor Willis himself is accredited and
for which he. In the name of the
President ol the United States, had
I'Xpri I good will."
IIAsriNO.S S.Nt IinKU INTENTIONALLY.
The New York Post's Washington
special savs: It can now be said defi
nitely that the omission of Secrelan
lla-ljugsof I lie Hawaiian Legation
in W. Islington fiom the li-t of invi
tations to the recent stall' dinner nt
tlm White lloii'c was intentional
ami not accidental. The Icgniio)
was ignored by direct order of the
HACl VMJI.I..M OUCH IIVIK ON ANNIAA
W.siiisnro January 'SI John
McCamllo.s. who was n member of
the committee of safety at Honolulu
luring the revolution, was before
tin' Senate subCouiinittco on For
eign Uelations lo la. Ho sustained
the notion of the nnolul louists nnd
t lint n( MiuistcrStoKiiis. Ho was not
an earnest advocate of annexation,
but claimed I mil Hawaii wa- rich
enough to su-taiu herself, and the
intelligent while people of the isl
ands were able to govern them
Minister Thurdou was at the
Capitol loilav, and called nt the
room of I he Sena e Committee ou
Foreign Iti'lat ions, but as the com
mitt)-)' was in scsioii he was not ad
mitted. Thuistoii went away in
company with ex Minister .Stevens.
He said there was nothing to add to
what had already been slated about
alTairs at Honolulu.
'The President transmitted to Com
gr's a memorial of the Aloha Ainu
(Hawaiian Patriotic League), pre
seiiied to Minister Willis by John
A. I uiumiiis ami A. Manpios as o
committee. S. T. Alexander of Oak
land says T. II. D.ivies wrote the
WIll.N IT wol I.I) I omi: -'.
It wa expected that tho tarilT bill
would be iased ns a whole Inst
Tliiin-dnx, Feb, I, after winch the
Hawaiian question would be taken
up. The McCreary resolution will
form the i asis of the debate.
A despatch of Jan. 2H says; "The
pro-cut indications are t'hat tho
Federal elect ions bill ami thu Ha
wniinn ipiestiou will in a largo mea
sure divide the attention of tho Sun
ate I his week. If the turilT bill
should pas the Houo according to i
program on Thur-ditv and 'bo out
imme.batel; to the Senate nothing j
would be done with it more than to i
refer il to the Finance Committee,!
where it will rest for at least n fovv
"'The Hawaiian ipiestiou has the I
right of way for the morning hour
and theelectioun bill after that time, i
'The Hawaiian discussion will be
based upon (he resolution reported .
by 'Tin pie from the Committee ou
Foreign Itelnt ions, and llm various
amendments ami substitutes will in
uideutnlly be taken up. There uro ,
four aiiicniluieiits pioposod.ouooach '
by Menderson. Dolph. Stewart nnd
Galliuger ami one substitute, that
olTered by Vest. The nmeudmoiits
of the lirst iiuoo Senators are very
much iu the riuun line and recognize t
tho prcsont Government of Hawaii I
without committing the Senate to!
auv proposition agaiu-l annex in hi. '
Dolph's amemltui'iit looks to He- ie
call of Minister Willi-, and Vest's '
substitute de -lares unqualifiedly'
WILL ASK DOLE TO UETKACT.
rnrsinrs'i ci,.n:i vnd.vumiii.m.ii .irnii.
P O PIlhSlULSl's STUONO I. Mll OIK. I
Wamiinoion, Jan. '21 - -'Tho report
that President Cleveland fools him
self an aggrieved paity, and strong!
resents President D Jo's letter as
disrespectful to the chief magistrate
of a great nation, circulated jester
day among a few Male Department
ollicials, i to day I lie subject of gen
oral discussion and is believed to be
true, because the toiirce of the in
formation is w holly reliable. 'The
parly giiiug it out is a fiieud of
Secretary Gresham, ami is In a posi
tion to gUl UlSiUO UOW'a. To-Ilijllt's
"Mr. Cleveland nppoar3 to bo still
unwilling to lot go of the Hawaiian
tnr baby which ho has boon oiiibrac
ing sinco tho opening of his adminis
tration. It is given out through a
responsible source that tho failure
to invite the Hawaiian Charge d'Af
(aires to the diplomatic dinner some
lllliu clf;o vua . ui-iiipnin" ruiiir,
which Cleveland himself directed
should bo given. 1 he reaon for it i
was resen tinent provoked by 1) los '
liino ago was a uonoerato sunt),
renlv to Willis,
"It is further stnted that Mr.
Gresham has sent to Willis instruc
tions to make a peremptory demand
upon Dole for tho withdrawal of all
correspondence ou tho part of tho 'just as good doughnuts as his
Hawaiian l'resident which on nc-i ., j .. i a i
count of its'foreefulness is extremely t mother used to make. And It
objectionable to Mr. Cleveland. is at this festive season, festive
Some further correspondence with I , , . . . ,
WilIN on this subject is expected to-1 only to the Chinese, that the
lnu'i..i ...in i . i : i I Fischer steel range is most iu
lint will bo done in case Presi- . ... .
dent Dole refuse to withdraw theob- demand. Pilteen minutes after
jectionnblo correspondence remains 1 1 r ... v r.nir in
to be seen, but St is very certain i lint , G ,,rc Ib DU1' yOUr range IS
accompanying the latest lust ructions ready for baking, your kitchen
to Willis is a letter ordering him lo . .,. . . ,
shake the dust of Hawaii from his ls not as hot as an oven be
feot ns nn aliernntive iu ense the 'cause the heat is kept inside
Provisional Preddeut proves obdur- i . , ...
ate. That this ordor should be the range where it belongs.
given in view of the fncl Hint Presi-1 f t shol happen that the
ileul I levelnnil li.ns Ii.-iihIihI the I
whole matter over to the wide dis
cretion of Cotigros is remarkable
but President Cleveland does ro
The cessation of diplomatic inter
course does not moan, neeessnrily, n
stnto of wnr between the United
Stntes and Hawaii, but if Willis is
l.llll-n t.ll.l AlUl.itll, If IJ 1 II f. IIIIS IS
ailed home Thurston will probably
be given his passports nnd there nre
inon prominent in public life whodo
not hesimte to expiess the belief
thai uievciami ami urcslinui nre
capable of thus bringing about in
roundabout fashion the
which ptiiu e soiuiinoiii iu uougress
forbade the,,, to niteini.t. as they
hnd nt first intended, by n i nrmed , out of the pot there is no doubt
oliort to restore tho oxCjiiccu. ' ,i. ... i. t .i. i i it
It is true that rest. initio., would ,hat much of the land woultl
not lw direct Ixnccoinplished by the be taken up by small farmers
provocation of President Dole to . , ... , , .
soiiiu overt nei which would be ink- w" wl1' take up the produc
iHinsnjiistil!catio.i(orndeclarntioii tjn f coffee and fruits on a
of war and the landing id American . .
troops, for the troops would not be scale that will place Hawaii in
inmiod to restore lilluoknlani. hut
such n course would uminest liuintiti-
rcsult iii bole's humiliation and the I localities which depend largely
fall of tho Provisional Government, .,,,, ,,., ,
and, in the ttinuoil which would II u!,on agriculture as a source
naturally follow, the partisans of
opportunity to seize the n.i,1(l 0f
i... ....ii. ....... ..... i.i .I....I.H.. .. tj i
power. Then President Cleveland
could treat with them ns the party
in power, I he de facto Government,
mid of course the objection to Amer
ican interference with the establish
ed order would be ns strong under
the newly created conditions fts un
der those obtaining now.
At the lirst of the congresses held
nt the Midwinter Fnir the question
"iViWrrii, That the Hnwaiian Isl
ands should be annexed to the Unit
General W. II. L. ISnrues opened
for the nlllrinative nnd John P. Irish
opened (or the negative. Chief Jus
tice Heatly, U. S. District Judge
Morrow mid Superior Judge Slack
were judges. Jtov. Dr. Slebbins
made n short spooch against annexa
tion. The decision was announced
by Chief Justice n,.M iv. who sa ,i
mm vi'ioiici iriKii nun iicv. ir.
htebbins had tie better of the argu-
iiD'iit. I lii) Judge- explained that
, hi nnd his associates deci led merely
between the strength of the nrgu
j incuts nnd did not attempt to otter
any suggestion in regard to the
I solution of the ipiestiou of annexa
tion. Over $700 wns netted from
I the entertainment. 'This money will
i go townrd defraying the expenses of
the literary, scientific nnd othrcon
, grosses that will bo held during the
, Midwinter Fair.
S i i
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12 " c i-h
4 l.l. Ai'Culi.STS lUK 10 I'llLKIItM
V of l iieu Kt'u I linn ot l.lliun, Kamii,
Iihvv l)Mi pliu'cil tor colli'i'tieii vvlih Mr.
I'nill Nciiiii'iiui. iilteruw ut-litvv. Ill Mur-
cliioil strci't, lluiinliilii, N. MuiivMir iu
Mr. I'ii nl Si-uuiium's uilii'ii Is MiitliiirKi'il
to ri-i'tlve niul ri'i't-lnt (o their p.iyniciil.
Ml ieriin iinluliti'il to i-ild tliiii'ioii re-
liusti-il lit kuUIu llii'lr Ai'i'iiilll'N uinl r.ivr
Costs (it llliljitlcll.
Honolulu, Jun. I.'i, Is'll nil-tin
'phi; mtvnnitK of m. no .m
1 cm p,L't ( r Ii lufkniplnu, InulU'liMf;
it llm- I'prllil Clin knrliiK 1'Iiiiih iiml u
hunliiK Ma lilne.
.So. rvi 1! ruiutilu miuiil, near l'uui'lili.i
L'xcru dr-tcr'iption oJOU WW.V77.VC;
dent ut ih Bulletin Offitt.
Saturday, Feb. 3, 18H-
The Chinese New Year is a
sort of one-siiled nleiisurf; in
which the employee enjoys the
sport and gives milady a chance
to indulge her desire to do a
little cooking and show her
husband that she can make
population of Hawaii nei should
double in twelve months from
the time stable government is
established, what will be the
i --.. .-,.,. ,.r ............ r .t... :
source of revenue
IUI IIIU III
I creased population ?
government lands are thrown
open for settlement on the
same plan as in the United
i States and in a way to keep
ilniniim .,,, .,i . ..i,,.....
! boomers and land speculators
' .n..w....n . :.:..
(Mliiii4iit IX.1IIIUII uiiixyiii
I he resources ol
these Islands are practically as
unknown as those of Alaska;
the energies of the people have
been centered on sugar with
rice as a side issue. Coffee
piuduction is in its infancy and
needs only capital and the
efforts of Prof. Koebeleto make
it a leader among the products
of the country. When the
Solons of the United States
can be convinced of the neces
sity of admitting canned fruits
free into their territory another
industry will spring up and
make many of our residents
rich men. Sugar may not al
j vvays U(. king in the Hawaiian
i . . . . . .
Islands; indeed, with the labor
problem and drought in some
districts staring the owners in
. the face it is an industry that
is getting "multyon its plates."
' Now is the time to prepare
land lor other branches of agrl
cultural pursuits. We have
' an interest in every tiller of the
. soil because our stock of im-
: plements needed on the ranch
or plantation is large and in-
j eludes everything. Our plows,
! either breaking, double furrow
or every-day small plows, have
no equal for strength and
lightness. Every man who
farms, whether it be a small
patch for "garden sass" or a
I loo acre tract for general farm
i iug, will need a plow and ours
is the best on earth. We know
I of nothing in the farming im
' plement line that we do not
have tn stock and we will be
pleased to fill all orders. The
locked fence will be in greater
demand with the increased
population and every one who
has seen this style fence knows
it is stronger, better and
cheaper than any other method
of fence building.
In some localities, where wa
I ter is at times difficult to pro
i cure, the farmer must adopt
i artificial means and in this res-
j pect nothing better than the
Aermotor has yet been dis
covered. We have erected
these wind engines in many
parts of the Islands and thou
sands of dollars have been
saved the owners by using
them. We have them with
various sizes of pumps to throw
ten thousand gallons of water
per hour. Let the lauds be
opened lor settlement and in
ducements offered "the back
bone of any country" to come
ami MUtle amoiiL' us
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
OpKitr hiireokuli' IIIim'I,
' WJi b'OKT STltlBMT.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Iort at Hotel Streeta.
I BEG TO INFORM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
Will be offered to the Public
the ft TEMPLE
.... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Assortment of Colors at 20 Cents Each.
Ju-t Reeeived by lust "Australia" a Lnrgo Stock of
To be tjold for one week only at 10c., 12Jc , 14c. and 16$c.
pvr yard. Goods worth 25c. a yard.
. . a B O IPIEIOEJS..
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from $1.00 to 75 eeuta.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. JUST T HANI) UX "CITY OF PKKINO" . . .
83 These Cigars are direct from the fuctory und
should not be confounded with the cheap imitation which
are so frequently offered as the "Best Manilas." ONE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convince you of their
HOLLISTER & CO.,
BR3 Fort. f3t.fot,
t. iioff &. co.,
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
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wmm HniMfiaBs chairs, scsei
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deal VarlMy ol Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and Hlgb Cbaiu.
Our nl.liul-MiikliiB Workhlmj. Is 6iivriiir III ili-n nnd MalcrUI.
rt'UNITl'Ri: AND UATTIir.SSI.1 IILI'.MIIKI) Ah UOOI) AS NEW.
MATTING - LAID - AT - SIIOUTKKT - NOTICE I
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and it will pay you to trade at
Koiioluaa, H. T.
22on.oVuJ.a., 3KC. X.