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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FltoM AND AKTKK JUNK I. 1C.
'In Kwa Mill.
.enve l'enrl City
Leave Kwa Mill
Lvare l'earl City
.0:55 11:15 4:15
.7:30 11:55 4:55
A. Saturdays only.
O. Sundays excepted.
D. Pattirdays excepted.
UIk -Jnili) Utin.
MONDAY, FEB. 5, 1891.
St'.MiAY, Feb. 4.
Am tchr Wlllard Altisworth, Crockett, 23
ilavs from Kealtlo
Am leal c!ir Ueo I'ealnxly, J.lndburg, 14
days from Bin Francisco
ir Claudlne from Maul
Mi.iiiy Foil. ft.
V M 8 B China, Ward, 0 days from Ban
Bttur Fela from Kauai
8i;iir, Feb. I. '
Am real schr fleo lVabtnly. Llndberg, for
.Mosnw, Feb. ft.
P M 8 8 Cliltin, Ward, for Yokohamn ami
Hongkong at 5 p m
Btmr James Makee for Hauamaulu at
etmrMlkabal for NrtwIIUIII and Holes
btmr lwalanl for Kauai
Vooli Loavluc; To-morrow. .
Haw bk Manna Ala, Hmlih, for 8au Fran I
Utuir Klntui for Ijihalna, Manlaen, Make I
lia. Mabukona. Kaualluie. Iiunuhoc
hoe, Hakalau, Honomu, l'ohalcumnnu,
l'vpcekco, Onoiiii-a, l'apalkuu and illlo
at 2 p m
tUnu Mokolll for Kniiuukakal. Kntnulo,
l'ukoo, Unlaw... Wailatt. l'olekuini,
Knlaupapu, l-almlita, Ulowniu ami
Uuial at 5 p in
(Jtuir Claudlne for Kiihulul, Kvanne, liana,
llsnion, Kipaliiilit, Nuu, l'aaubau, Kn-
kalauatQ p in
Carjrooa from Iiland Port.
Htuir Clnuillno-flls7 bags sugar, A2 b:ig
com, 210 bags itiuoes, '."J hides, I
h ro and M pkgs sundries.
Btmr lwalanl I0.1J bugs sugar.
From Maul, jw-rstmr Claudlne, Feb I
B It Hendry, Mr Klslir. Mrs Ciimpboll,
MwHoii Weight. H FOIadu, J l)las und
From Han FroiioNeo, K-r 8 8 China, Feb
ft-Kur HniKiluliil Mr O It Ill-hop, Mrs W
ticnit, Mrs II S Castle, and daughter. Mrs
Horn llnllcy, Him Annuel Parker, Mr and
MnSteidiiiao, l' V A.bfonl. AT I'elnr.
tin. For Yokohuma: Mrs II (J Dearborn,
II O Howard, Mb M Milliards, K. Wataiiu.
Lieut Nathan Sargent, M Yumnmuto, H
Isltlds, 1C Nnrn, II I, Wolci.tt, I' I'JiIUihjii,
Ulias Freeman, N Tiiklllgi. F II Hlnt.ni, N
llaynkawn, T Itehlda, h Hiumi, T Yiiiim
giiclil, K KniiUhl, K H Nlmitnl, N Yumn
taka, Dr H Tuck and son. Win M Adams
A Kujamu, KTuwnni, II Ishltawara, Mr
Araka, Dr Kldrldgi and family, Mrs Mi;
Torburt, Mr and Mrs Davis H (Jnivu, F II
WlUon, J U Hutchinson. H Takagl, Y
Voaaols In Fort.
U h 8 l'lilladelphla, llurkur, from I'alliio,
UBH Adams, Nelson, from u rrulse
H II M HCbumploii. Itiwine, Kriiulmault
II I J M 8 Natilwa, Mori, from Japan
Am bk Margsret, I'etorsoii, t'omux, from
Am schr Transit, Jorgenseu, fnmi riau
Am schr Uungnr, Ashe, from Newcastle N
Am bktne Mary Wliikelmaii, Nlssen, from
Newcastle, H 8 W
Am tern Zampa, l'eterson, from (luyama,
Am ship It P Cheney, Mnsher, from De
Am tern tllendaln, Johnson, from Eureka,
lirit ship Eastcrult, Klmmer, from Nnw
castle, N 8 V
Hi bark Mllalta, Harlaud, from Liver
pool Haw bk Mhuiiu Ala, hmith, from Han
Haw bk H P Itlthut, Morrlsun, from Sun
Haw bktnn Kllkltut, Cutler, from Port
Haw bk Audrew Welch, Drew, from Han
Urltbk velocity, Martin, from Hongkong
Our bk .Nautilus, Asslng from LIvuhmioI
Am bk Albert, Urllllths, irom rimi Fran-
Foroipu Vosaols Expectod.
H 6 Alamiila, Morse, from bydmiy, duu
0 B 8 Motional, Carey, from Han Fran-
cbco, due reb 15
CA8B Arawn, Btuart, from Vuncouviir,
II C, duo Feb .-:!
O B 8 Australia, Houdlettf, from Ban Fran
cisco, due Feb 21
U A 8 8 Wnrrlmoo, Perry, from Sydney,
due Feb 2 ' "
O t O 8 B Uceanlr, Binlth, fron Han Frau.
Cisco, duu Mari'li 5
OBh MarlK)ta, Hayward, from Sjdney,
due Murch rt
)iOBK Oaellu, Pearne, from Hongkong
and Yokohama, duo Ma II
ii bktlie Hkaglt, from Port Humble, mm
iAi bk Harve.ter, from Km Fraiiciseu tn
llllo, Jau 21
m bktuu Discovery, from San FraneUeo,
'ler sli Teri'sichure, from New Smith Wales
.w bk Helen llievsi r, from New York,
. Mar & lu
in -ch ualvalor, from N S W, Jan 211
.n bktuu II lb., from N S V. Jau M
Il'lt tli Eiisierufl. from N h W, now due
Ilk Naiulppc, from N H W, Jau 2i 31
ilk M Hiiokfi'ld, from Liverpool, now due
uer bk (IiiIvdsIiiii, from Amm, now due
tier bk J f lilmle, frnlu Liverpool, .pr I lu
Lyman D roster, fiom N h W, Feb 1.'
olitroii wiather prevails aluiiL' tlm
'be ship Hanaiiaii Isles hits benti char,
tcrril to load wheat on Columbia rlu-r for
Sue Uulted Kingdom, Havre or Antwerp,
I Tho following vesols lmvc nlled from
Newcastle, N.b.W., for tills port, with cunl
cartfoei: Schooner Carrier Dove, I'ce. HHh;
uaritentinc Anntlppo. j)eo. VMi schooner
Kobert Henries, Dec. '2M Tito hrlg (Jena va
anil schooner W. F. VVltzwiiatin were at
Byilney under charter to load at Newcastle
for this port.
The "chooser 1,hrc Vnnco for Knlmlnl,
Hawaiian Islands, has amum- tin! nrlticl-
pal shipments -'.'0 hhl. Hour, '-1J cs. tin
ware, '.'.')) cs. cunl oil, 100 In. oap, MO Mils. !
lime, llAJO sks. bran, lwl . crackers, i!."
tki,". codllsli, 200 sks. barley, 'AW sks. oat., i
ftO bxs. paste, lftU pk5s. groceries, 'JUU pk . i
sugar, -'" bbN. salmon, l.'i 1,1-0 llis. (erll
lizur, l.'iO bis. hay, fin bills cement and tf
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Lent begins on Wednesday.
Vnleutiuo's day falls on the llth
Scottish Thistle Club meets to
night. A variety outertalntnent is on the
tapis for next week.
Tho P. G. baud plays at I2inuia
Pquaro this evening.
Juno 11 will be Hawaiian Day at '
tho Midwintor Fair.
Sugar was ilc. for DC test In New '
York this day weok. I
G. 11. Bishop was a passongor by
tho S. S. China to-day. .Mr. Bishop :
V. M. Oiffard has lost a very valu
able Jersey cow, for whose relurii
he offers a reward.
Mombors of tho Gorman Benevo- I
lent Society will see notice of annual
mooting in this issue. !
The February term of the Circuit
Court opened this morning, Judge
Whitlug on tho bench. '
Tho ling over tho U. S. Consulate
was not Hying to-day on account of
tho boisterous weather.
Frank Wintor, late of tho Pacific ,
Hardware Co., is now book-keeper at
Waiuaku Plantation. Hilo.
S. Parker, A. P. Peterson and C.
W. Ashford returned from San Fran
cisco on the S. S. China to-day.
B. C. Howard, managing agent of .
tho P. M. S. S. Co. at Yokohama, is
a through passongor ou tho S. S.
Tho Puuahou football team de
feated the Unknowns ou Saturday '
afternoon tin tho League grounds.
A return match is spoken of.
V. F. Lesser, Commissioner for
Hawaii, and Cha. T. Wilder, Con-sul-Goneral,
wore guests at the Mid
winter Fair inaugural banquet.
The S. S. China arrived this morn
ing 5 days from San Francisco,
bringing dates up to .Jan. ,'JOtli. She
will leave for tho Orient at 5 o'clock
The barkS. C. Aileii,whieh left
Sau Francisco ou Jan. '2') for Hono
lulu, took as part of her cargo three
cases of rifles, llvo cases of cart
ridges and thirty cases powder.
Hawaii Figiuo Co. No. I, of the
defunct volunteer Fire Department,
hold a final ltiau at Long Branch
baths. J. K. Boyd, ex-Foreman and
First Assistant Engineer, presided
and ex-Chief Engineer Wilson ami
olhor veterans wore present.
Mr. Hayes, late chief oflicer of the ,
bark Martha Davis, will leave to- 1
morrow for Mahtikoua, where he
will assume command of the four- 1
masted schooner Geo. W. Wauou, ,
Captain Olssou having broken his
leg ou tho voyago from Sau Pedro.
The horse of a Mexican fell near
the King street bridge, Palatini, on
Saturday evening, breaking one of
its hiiul legs. Tho matter was re
ported to the police and the niiiiiinl ,
was put out of misery by Captain
II. Parker. Tho horse was seared by
a dog and slipped.
Lolgh Irwino, Examiner corres
pondent in Honolulu, who hnd been '
looking for a recall, has been order
ed to remain in Honolulu and has
beou appointed special correspon
dent of the New ork Herald with ,
tho consent of the Examiner, lie
got a personal letter from James
Gordon Bennett to-day.
Tho Ecuadorian bark Opliir has 1
been chartered from Captain W. 11. 1
Ferguson by J. .1. Moore A: Co. at
Sau Fraueisco to take a cargo of
redwood lumber and shingles to
Sydney. Captain Ferguson was
negotiating also to take a cargo of
copra from Tahiti to Sydney, as lie
expected to get a charter to load
coal in Australia for the French
Colonial Government at Tahiti.
W. P. Harrison of Chicago, who
was of the large party that visited
tho Vohmno by last Kiuau, was
greatly impressed with the magnill
cenco of the phenomenon. He says
the molten lake i (MX) feet above the
floor of the orator, aud over its rim
the lava roars down like Niagara.
Tho fireworks appearance was sub
lime. Mr. Harrison would like to
have been able to stay a mouth at
tho Volcano, which he says should
be listed among the greatest won
ders of tho world.
Th P. G. band will give a concert
at Emma Square at 7:110 o'clock thin
evening. Following is the pro
gram: r.wir 1.
Manli Itlta. Kuppcy
Overture KIU11 111M I'luiiilin. Miri'iniiti
Waltz Love's Old Hw eel Sung lliir.iloi
Hiili'Ollim Putleliee .. . hullivun
Meilli N'nrili and Miulb
(lulop l.lgbt 11 mi Feather.
Mrs. Emily Thorne, who reside at
J Toledo, Washington, says she has
never boon able to procure any
I medicine for rheumatism that ic-
lieves the pain so quickly ami otlcc
tually as Chamberlain's' l'ain Halm
and that she has also used it for
lame back with great success. For
sale by ull dealers, Benson, Smith
& Co., Agouti for tho Hawaiian
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Francisco, Jau. J10.
Per 8. S, riiinn.)
MATTERS IN CONGRESS.
iiotsTV Aiior.iMir.n asm- vmx .M'UK
The 1'iL'lit to amend the suirar
schedule of the Wilson bill was j
made in the House on Jan. 22.
; Mel. no tD.) of Arkansas offered 1
an amendment to abolish the sugar
bounty, leaving it ou the freo list.
He thought it was no time to be
paying bounties when tho treaniry
was bankrupt and borrowing money j
at o percent. Tho bouuty would
cost tiie people of the country, said '
.ut-unu, as it stood. ?.().u;n),U(X). Tlio
bounty last year cost .?lll,(XH),(KXI. He
1 contended the bounty was uuconsti
1 tutionnl, undemocratic and should
I be abolished.
I Meiklejohn offered as an amend
ment to that of Mcliao the sugar
1 bounty provision of the Melviuley
1 law. f hat provision of tho MeKin
ley law, he .aid, had been pased to
' afford an oppor! unity for American
I capital. 'J In- purpose of that act
had been fulfilled. It had resulted
in a vast investment of capital
SIo(,(X)iMHMJ in Louisiana, Slfi.tXKJ,.
(XXI in California and $l(),0(K),XXj iu
Florida. If the provisiou of the
Wilson bill should be passed this
great industry would be destroyed
ami we would be placed at the
mercy of the foreign producers of
sugar, at the same time giving the
sugar trust the protection of 50 per
cent or V f 1 cent on every pound
of refined sugar.
Dockery (D.) of Missouri offered
as a substitute for t lie amendments
a proposition to abolish the boiiutv
ou sugar and place raw aud refined 1
sugar tm the free list. If there wns
any thing, said Dockery, on which he I
thought the Democracy wanted
unity it was opposition to this boun- j
ty. The beet, sorghum and maple
sugar bounties were petit larceny,!
wniie I lie Dotiuty ou cane sugar rose
to the dignilv of grand Inrcenv.
Cannon (ft.) supported Meiklo
John's muMidmout, and Dockery
withdrew his amendment.
llarterof Ohio offered a ubtituto
to ahiilih the bouuty and impose a
duly of one cent per pound.
Gear, the Senator from Iowa. spoke
iu favor of the amendment to make
the reduction of tin bounty begin
in 1SUS, instead tf IS'.l.l.
Uoborlson (D.)of Louisiana moved
an aiiemdment which, while abolish
ing the bouuty, imposed a graduat
ed duty beginning with one cent a
pound 011 sugar not above 75 per
cent polariscopo te.-t.
llowors of California dofomh-d
Wilson, nuthor of the bill, con
cluded the debate in advocacy of
the bounty provision therein.
.Meihli'john'H nmendineut was lost
wit hunt a strict parly vole.
Meli.ie's original proposition, to
abolish altogether the bounty pro
visions of the Wilson bill, wns carri
ed by an overwhelming majority, 1.I5
to liil. Many of lln liVpublicaiis
voted with the radical Democrats
for this proposition and against the
iiiembers of the committee.
Then by n vote of 1.'I7 to 52. tho
duty 011 relmed sugar was abolished.
Ou the 2.ld the battle was re
sumed. The pending amendment was that
of Hoberlson, imposing n duty ou
raw sugar aud increasing the duty
on refined, as amended by Warner,
placing both raw ami refined 011 the
The confusion entailed by these
two incongruous amendments hail
first to be straightened out.
Dingley claimed that the Warner
amendment was utterly inconsistent
with the Kobertsou amendment. and
should be considered as a substitute. '
Johortoii took issue with him, '
maintaining that the effect of t hit 1
wamor auioudmeiit wns simply to
iilaco refined sugar on the freo list,
leaving so much of his amendment
as imposed a duty 011 sugar below
III, Dutch standard, unaffected.
A vote was finally taken on the
Warner amendment as a substitute
and it was carried 151 to 2S.
The effect of this is to place all
raw and refined sugars 011 tho free
The great mass of the Democrats
and practically all the Itopuhlicaus
voted for the proposition, only a
handful of Democrats, including
Wilson and several other Democrats
of tho Ways ami Menus Committee,
voting against it.
covi. also niKi:.
When il came to consider the coal
schedule on the 2:id, the committee
fared much better, anil all four
mnoudmoutn designed to place a
duty of Jll to 75 cents per ton upon
coal were beaten.
The debate upon tlm coal schedule
developed great deal of feeling
among the Southern members, espn- '
eially those from Virginia, West Vir
ginia, Tennessee and Alabama, who-o ,
States are interested, either iu coal
or iron ore. The general impression
is that the defeat of thesiignrmeu
and those interested in retaining the ,
duty upon coal, will result in
strengthening the movement do- '
velopod on the Democratic side to '
recommit tlm bill.
If the iron men are defeated to- ,
morrow, says a despatch of the 2.'ld,
and especially if the income tax '
should be placed upon the bill as a '
nder later in the week, another
strong faction on the Democrat io
side will be added io 1 hi- movement
Tln Kepublioniis will all vote for
the motion to recommit, aud with
the Democrats wlm do nut care 10
vote against the bill outright, but
who me not satisfied wdhitin its
present form, they may lie able to
iniixtei a ui.ijmiH loseiid il hack to
the ciiuiniiUee. This is now admit
ted 011 all soles tn lie till) chief llail
ger Io tin- lull. If It cuiihl be brought
Id a dllecl tit ihele is no question
aliuiit lis pacing
iv mo. 1 v .worn n. 1
The proposition to impose an 111- I
ouniu tax waj carriod iu Doiuocrutia '
caucus on tho 25th ORainst tho op. '
position of Dourko Coekrau ami Wil- i
Tho namo day tho reciprocity '
clause of tho McKiuloy hill wo
abolished by tho House.
f. S. ADJIIKAL rtENUAM TAKTS A I1AM.
The captains of three American
merchant vessels complained to Ad
miral Beiiham that they had been
under mi indiscriminate fusillade
from the insurgent warships. Ad
miral Benhniu promised he would
do all iu his power for their protec
tion. Tho Admiral sent a note by an
officer to daGamn, the rebel admiral.
Da Gatna was in bad humor aud
answered impatiently that the Amer
ican captains ought to know enough
to keep out of range. Ho said lie
would tnko no notice of the matter.
Admiral Btmham allowed Sunday
to pass quietly, but on Monday
morning shortly nfter davbreak the
decks of the flagship Now York.
Newark, San Francisco, Detroit and
other United States war vessels in
the harbor woro cleared for action
aud tho anchors raised. The Ad
miral sent word to tho three Ameri
can captains that ho was prepared
to keep his promise, and as soon as
they wero ready to proceed ho would
escort them to tho wharves. Two
of the skippers weakened, but Cap
tain Blackford of the bark Amy put
his vessel in the ranks of tho United
States war vessels, and tho proces
sion started tip the harbor. The
Amy was conducted safely to a
wharf and left there. Not a shot
wns fired as the fleet made its trip.
After passing along tho water front
the fleet returned out into the bay
and came to anchor again. Com
mander Picking's policy of non-interference
has been reversed by Ben
ham, and hereafter full protection
will bo giren all American vcsels.
It is believed the Admiral's action is
the result of ordors received from
Washington, and will have tho good
effect of teaching tho belligerents
on both sides to respect the rights
of vessels nailing under the Stars
A cable message to tho London
Times Hays that on January 21 the
American Admiral attended tho pal
nco iu order to pay an official visit.
He hail previously notified Peixoto,
but was kept waiting two hours, and
was thou informed that tho Presi
dent was busy and uiiablo to receive
him. Americans say that this is an
insult to the American navy.
A naval conference of tho foreign
commanders was held Jnutiarv 25,
and it was decided to telegraph tho
respective governments, saying the
insurgents have complete control of
the harbor, aud asking for instruc
tions whether to use force to protect
shipping or to give the insurgents a
Secretary Greshnm has issued a
statoinontat Washington, denying
that Admiral Benham has instruc
tions to net as mediator, adding that
it was quite likely that a crisis was
imminent and that now might be
expected at any time.
George A. W. Bruggy, a murderer
under sentence of death, mid four
other pisouers escaped from jail at
Santa Kosa. Cal.
Geo. W. Chdds. the Philadelphia
philanthropist, has taken a turn for
It is hinted that President Cleve
land will try to defeat tho admis
sion ns States of Now Mexico, Ari
zona, Utah and Oklahoma.
Henry Sours and his family, form
erly of Burbnuk, Ohio, have been
murdered in Florida. Sours is said
to have won a largo amount on the
Tho President lias nominated
Commodore John Grimes Walker, to
be Bear Admiral.
TheS. F. Bulletin of January 21
announces the Corwin's readiness for
sua, addiug, "It is not at all uulikelv
that messages will arrivo from
Washington that need quirk deliv
ery aud thoy will bo given to Cap
Corbott defeated Mitchell in three
rounds at Jacksonville, Florida.
Corbott hadn't a scratch and
Mitchell was not badly hurt. Both
were nrrested ami released ou 5(H)0
bonds each. The winner is matched
with Jackson to fight iu June.
Ex-Governor Campbell of Ohio is
Tho heart of the city of Bath,
Maine, has been burned out.
Admiral Stanton has been ordered
to proceed with tho Kearsarge to
Nicaragua to protect the lives aud
property of American citizens, and
report 011 tho situation.
The monitor Monterey hns been
reported ready for servico.
Orders have been given that tho
I'. S. S. Alert must bo ready for sea
duty by April 1.
Chris. Evans the bandit is still at
Wheeler H. Peckhani of New York
has been nominated by the Presi
dent to bo Associate Justice of the
Supreme Court. This choice ignores
the wishes of Senator Hill, who
caused the defeat of Horublower'ij
Mexico has laid claim to the isl
ands of Snutn Cataliiin, hanta Cm
and Santa Kosa off tho California
The Czar is seriously ill of inllu
eu.n, bronchitis and iullaiiiinutiou
of the lungs.
Franco will increase tin duty on
The German Reichstag hns ap
proved the commercial treaty with
Anarchists innrclied t the Italian
Legation 111 Zurich, Avvit.orlaiid, aud
fat mod red anil black flags over
Burglais looted the American
Legation in Koine, burning nil the
papers they could find nnd dint rov
ing the valuable library.
Franco hns sound Tiinbuctoo, Af
nca, and the act lends to inoroae
strained 1el.1t ions with Great Britain.
Prince Nicholas Etorhn.y, the
richest man of Austria-Hungary, has
died at the age of 77 years.
Kobert Held, of the Victoria, Aus
tralia, Cabinet, is lu Loudon en route
to Cuuuda aud the Urn tod Statoj,
with a special mission for extenditig
the trade of Vict, ria aud conferring
with Canadian officials as to the pro
posed Pacific cable.
More troops are to be sent from
England to Egvpt. to discipline tho
Sir Heurr Loch hnent assurances
n niunesty. in the name of Queen j
Victoria, to Lobeiiguln if ho surren
Saved PyiyWife3 Life
WoaUnoao, flcrvouanoaa, Salt
John ir. Jones
"Of mr own frro will ami ."word. nnMasM by
anyone, nml whlilng only to 1I0 goml to Ui
fiflilcteil, I nliii to till cf I'io r.uol qualities of
Hood's Hanapar. Il.i aii'l Hood's l'llli. 1 think
tlicro nrc no tmMi -Ins piir 1 10 llirm, and liar
'ruin mrir ni"iu HY t sis'iiiMicn 111 mr own
attilll. Mv v.l'.c. l.iil.rl Ins lici n nnllelcil
nininfa'iiiL'st ti rv 1 1 ntvl salt rnciim. 1
prut lirarly l tilt Hi. li.f tills ttotld's poods
foriWt r'st lilt it-Hi in i!iclu mini vrn ilrclilsd
to try llooii's hjHji.inii.i. it undoubtedly
Saved My Wlfo From tho Crave.
Tlio sail ilipiim lias entirely l.ialcd and sha U
rrsinrnl o 1:0ml Lrnliti. I hit many
(Drills nnd re'ilecs In Uio east wuo U1 b
Btad Li Uiki-.t Hi it
Itni cuifd my lfe." Joiim W. Jotrn
i. nam 1 aii. u(l llliuua,
HOOD'3 PlLLO '" "' sflftiflnosr Mil
Slil.t ilstllua. cut tinOscli. Tir twt. U4b
llOltr.ON. SKW.MAN A CO..
Aifiits for llnnnllnn Isliimts.
'piIK ANSI' , .M:kTIN'(I OK TUB
1 ii'ii.s IIcsivmi 1 t .. 11 ir.rv will lie
held in Hum Mlii.,. H il.okf.ld ,V (,'n. mi
WKt)SIIIAY. I'i'li. Till, nt '.iiVl.ii'U p. M.
J. Ui KAItlir,
t'l .'t Heuretnry.
LOST Oil Sill AY ED.
will lv iild tuilii-imitv' T-r-')
Itl llli! Itld.riniilliill le i.illIK 10 VUf. 'V Vl
III" lernverv ( 11 .li-r-ey 1 n, . ruCX3'll
si lid fiiHli' III eiilnr. 'which -U:T?jJ
sinived (n in in.v premises mi Youtii; street
In tlieuii:lit nioriiliiu "1 I'clinmrv.'.tli.
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OOOD EATINO !
1k.r . A. "aiia wa." rr.nnuAKY
ltd, (mill Mdin.y tin I'VI IfiiHNIS
i'Hi'ir Mikki tins reivlved l-'imen
Stall In I ll.e'. Mi,.. I,, Venl nnd I'nrk
Oerinilti .s.iii-iij.1", f 'li. Alsu, Cornid
Million, .Miittnii ll.iins, I Inr.. nnd
lliiiur. Iauv. juur orders. I'minpt
AiKlniliiiii lliiltou fi Pork
Received par S. S. "Ar-wa."
.- ii y Tin: -
METROPOLITAN MEAT Co.
01-ij il. J. Wai.ikr, Mnnncvr. f.'t
Mokuleia Stock Farm,
Waialaa, MiSZ H. L
WII.I. i'OVEK TEN MAIMUS T
"Sonny Boy" Service, S20.
FINE n0iC8F0H SALE !
I Til OS. W. (JAY,
i tiJT'.'m-'iHt Mnnncer.
I DISSOLUTION OV COPAHTNEIt
rpnK i(i!'.Mirnt.-iiip iii:twi:i;n
L tlm nil ti'irMIO'd nxi llll' lllnliT t lie
linn n mi.' uf i.iMr(.is, I'i'i n iii.1i. ,v i'h.
lu- lici'ii .li--.l d Ii) in ui il.ll eiiii-ent, Mr.
I.iiriiii li.iviun iiid Ins interest In the
linn In Mr 1 ern in li -. All ill lit-. ilHi l-
t Its li r id mil in. piid nt iln ture u( Hie
ti, in In .Mr. I''niiiiiii.'i nml all delitn ituu
to the lirm will .-eiili i H il li lum lien.
I.vt'iiii;u u -pi 1 1(. 1 1 ie.iet's hU (rleiuls
tn KMeiid ilieii p.it h li:i't lieretiilulu Kiven
tu lum In In iii'ee.ir, wlin will eiintiiiiie
t In lui i lie-nl tlie linn mi In nw il iioeoillit.
I in. (i. i.Yi I'Kiil'ft,
1 AN I UN ! I'KKN'AMIE-l.
Ildiii. Iiiln, J. ui. I.'. I'll li 1 t in -1 It
i i.i. mi i Jin: aha i vst run no-
V in. nun I!. ml I'xi.ird in Ininrii ure re
iilnti' I li. lie .n -.Mill l .0 llie ullu e ti( llie
liuiis,i, iviM.r ..I lluli. .lulu mi the '.'iilli
III e.l h iiiuiiUi, IherAI- lli. will lie ex-
elupl (lulu Unit nmii'li' . -Illili'lli. und Ilk"
l iiui in he i.iii.i (ur ..lie nr tun inniitlis
lifts r IU ur.(. r o' llie lliiiiuilt Itu.iil
Itiinrd. U II. I'l'MMlNHS,
Nl -Il Ito'nl ."iilpervUur. Iliinnlnln.
DI'i.lM. Ill: l s,( r in.' ruin K
I.11 k 11. i. 1 . h" I Inn. I I Inn k iiiii
mid 1 Vn n 1111 in 1 (ur lum 111 all
Imiui. in .'lei- 1111 it (inner ulallnriie).
Iiui K l.nilK.
V.i Is Niiuiiini hir-i 1.
Iloa.iliiltl, Jan. ."1. m ii,i w
Tht lK(ly UulUtin, CO nlt pr wwxvlA,
The Newest and the Latest
CAN' ALWAYS ISB FOl'XI) AT
1XT. S. SACHS'
OBO l"ort. Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend" Patent Shirt Waist!
Tills l tin- lili't liiitmvtniint In Itovs' .Shirt Wnlt ninl n true fr'etnt to
mothers: no more button- to i'w en, as iIm--.- mount roino uir. WoLuvu
tueiu In wlilte unit lu funcy 'ivrctles (nun i.ii'uiits upwiinls
HOYS' CALICO WAISTS IN A I.I. SIZI..1 AT CCS 18.
I-Atet yli!tK.' iii
Children's Cloth Caps,
Wo barn tlicni In Vatti, Cnnllnnl, NnrA Itliionrel fci-nl llrnuti.
, CillLUUKVS AND IN KANT'S KA.WY
Vt AT1.KKII ...II lilllllONS IN Al.l COI.OI(!s.
THE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
Tliry nrn pruniiiincisl tlic lic by nil nho linvr tiven tlirm a tri.it Wo hive
tlii'lil (nr indies. Relit", i'liiiriii nnd I11L111 . -u pl-nn, ribix-1, drop iif Ii
ami epen work. . . I ndo- Adi ..tie I'lnek ."1 1 km In.-. I 10 lm 1 is
per pnlr. . . . Indies' Diamond Hl.n-k Ux k'ii tit " ren'-. r pair
lliirnjotisrcu tlieClttt DltKN'S M'llOOI. IIATStluit w nre vl In (or i)ceaUt
Thev nre Jilt tin tlmin (nr !n ut iilrl-.
JUL. S. X-.E!"V"
513 Robinson Block, Hotel Street.
, HAS RECEIVED
A I.VItnr. AHHOItT.MKNT or
Japanese Silk Crape'Lt
IN KVKNINO SIlAHlirt
1 Wool Drctjs (Jootln,
Sliinvls, Etc., Etc.
3SsC. s. LBV
513 Robinson Block, llotsl Strost.
National Cane Shredder
I'ATENTED UNDEH THE I.AWr 01' rilE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
,1 ' L
rpilK I'NDKKHIONKI) H.VVB lBBV AN'OINTKI) SUl.K ACKNTS FOR
thi'Mt SiiiiKiniKiiH nml un imw iri'iiri'l I" reeeivu union.
Tlm Ktmtt inlv.intiinis tu In. tlcrivi-l frmn tlo- ne of llie Namosai. Cank
.Siiiikiiiikk urn tlinrniislily ostulilisheil nml mlciiuwli .IkiiI l,y 1'l.iiiit'rs
Tlio lurKo iiiiinliornf ri.uilors nsini; iliem nt the (luitfil Stutos, Ciih.i
Arp.ntini. Uuinlilii), I'nrn, Antr.iliii ami elM-wlu'ru, l.lr vviiius tu tlio
hIhiVO I'll! till.
'I'lioiisii of the SiiiinniiKit vory Lively iiisnioiiis i., .,i,miiiv f cum
the null I'.in urinil CJ.i t.. .'it) .). uUi, il. .. t r.n-i .. '. jnim (.1 t.. pj .).
It is a K'reiil nfi'iiiinl. m.ikniK kn .wii .it uuec ihe ir. m-iii'i-uf unv
I" "' lr,,l, slakes fr.mi iMrs, ur iinytlnn v 1 1 1 . -1 1 u..nl, . It.ible tu il.iiiiupi
the mill, .mil illuwint! mni'li time tu ivm-iVf s.nm- l.eiur.. .1 nn.i;iii the null.
I ho Siiiikiiiikk is very sirmiKly 111. .I... nml (i,,m i. uuxu r uf iis ..pirn,
tiiin it ouunr tours thoso pioiM-r nf wu.il ..1 inm tvitlumi uft.-n lin-.ikinn th-
SiiiiKiuiKit; anil if iinyliiiiK hro.ikh, it n. Muiplv ...i,.f the kiuve. nr i-iihum,
winch fun ho ipuckly nml irunoniioiillv r.'il.i. ..I. 1'ho .Suiicuncii, 1W its
lliililP in.licatiis, ,..,rs the imiu intu slu.il.uf v.,rviiic leimlhs, 1., ,fei tly uiieii
mi: it nml iilliitvini! tho mill tu ilinr.ni-.li1y in-, mil tin juins wnh.inl re
(inirinn the iiniiiuiiMt extra iimvi-r i.n-.-.ur.v tu criml ur oriisli the li(ile
uiimi. IhfhllUKDliKii sjiro.nU llioshnililiil u.uie iiiiiii.rmly ami i-vinlv tu
tho mil) rolls, nml ilm mvuy with the iocimiv ..f sue.i,lii.K tin kipisA- hv
1.1111I I1.1i woimi tho null., wlnie r.-ni unlink Mli n. N,, uat.i amuunt of
Iiui er eni.m".y Is reilir.l In U.er.lt- III- MIIO.IUH.U Ulan tli.lt wil I'll W.is
Hillli'ii-iit fur tin- null, fur tho iihovo n-.iM.n.. V, furnish full wurkuiK
(IruwiiiKs fur tin. iiistiillutiuii uf uiir Suiiuuinu., ounhliiin ,in ininiH-tent en
Kineor iu isiii'cffofully iifiuli and stu 1 1I1 m.
In unloriim SniiKiiiiKiii froni us, .i..i ,1 .mall -ken-h, sli..vviiii! tin-
iliaiiiotiir nml vvnlih ..1 th. n.,11 ,. ,uth which Mi1a.1nu.11 .-1.. I... i-..uii.-fti,t.
al.n Hi.- .ui.. (either riu'ln url.lt h.iml .! v.m (., ihe ,,1.m 0 m,c id me
null), upon which the mill ini.tue is I. imi.-,, ,,1. ih. hoeht f.,m ,r hm.
luienloruf fruni mill rull sh.l...mi ,li.i.,m, ,,.., ,),,. . ,.,ft 1.. fn.nt eml
uf it'll plaie ''h,. S11 1: Kti Kit- ur.- ii..w mK n-.ii l.v the Nil.. Mih'.ir Co.
llllll Ilmvi .M Kull.llii. where till V .in ennn. er. u I ,. n,...
m-tar- n.i ir.:.. -. .
4 ileus 111111 iiiriini i.iriioui.iis 111 .y lu n.i.j li, i,l n,j ii.
AT TIIK r V.M'H's m'MKK oh
B. in. EHLEBS &c GO.
Canton Weisli Fabrics !
A liii.ts.im.l,,ti.i ruljn,., .NVW btjies this seiiii, u. . Ilei is are (h, .miiiiI. s o( . mtii
hllks, tu sie tin-in melius in appreciate ilieiu.
rtllk llulsli juct out, rial I remit iliiKn are tin ihiest mid theiuu, ul the i.iu.im
Oaahmer Sutlinioa SO Oenta "Vrtrci 1
Hue ul tilt lintidsuiuesl Wn-li Miller s tins .en.uii ."iil,ri,y ue muu
lor llie rite litis no eiimi
Wlaite Iia.-wiaa aaaci Diiiaity 1
lu I'lalli, blrtH'. and I decked In rest vnrlul).
UT Ormmkln UUr Ui Kuuua ol KU8. KEJIMCK. j
University and Pinafore
KLANNlU, COATS nt very low prices.
N( vriflK !
prifttirof tin- Hawaiian Jai-
ani:si: Ua'.aai:, Hotel street,
tn wil his tocU of JAP
AN' KS K (J Of) US.
J3l A lir ssortinent of
.r.VPAXKSK PAPKK NAP-
k 1 XS will lK soltl less tilvn
" sr -Cjw ,f i JT
i --',-ri- - 't,r.o. ; .-.A
G. IKWIN &z CO., L'd.,
.N)c Inc.,'. I'nr l',r mr.ill 111 .',u.l.