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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PHOM AND APTKK JUNK I. 1MJ''.
To Kwa Mill.
U. n. A. 0.
A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.
.8:45 1:45 4:35 6:10
, .0:30 2:30 5:10 6:60
..U:67 2:67 5:30 (1:22
Lnve Honolulu .
Lenve Pearl City
Arrive Ewn Mill.
0. II. 1). A.
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.0:21 10:43 3:43 6:42
.0:55 11:15 4:16 0:10
7:30 11:55 4:56 0:45
Iave 1'enrl City.
A. Snturdaya only.
(.'. Hun-lavs excepted.
I). HatunlBys excepted.
Elw gfnUjj ' Utin.
TUESDAY, FEU. 0, 1891.
Ti'Minv, Feb. 0.
11 w bk Miiuiia Ala, Smith, fur dan I'mti-
Stiiir Klimu (or l.nhnltin, Mnulrten, Mnkc-
nu, Muluikotiit, Kttwnlliut, Ltuipuliou-
huu, Ilakalati, llunnimi, I'uliakuinauu,
lVpcukvu, Unutiiua, l'upulkou and llllo
at 2 ) til
Slim Mukolli for Knuu-vknknl. Kainalo,
I'likoo, Hnlnwn, Wallau, I'ulekunu.
Kalautiatiu, Uiliainn, Olovvnlu and
Initial nt 5 ii in
rilliir Claudlne lor Kabultil, Keanac, llntm,
Hainoa, Kipalutlu, Ntltl, 1'uauliau, Kit-
kalau at 6 p in
Stmr IVIo for waimea, Knintl, at 3 pm
Gargoot- from Island Fortf.
Utmr lVIe--ionu liig MtKiir.
For Maul.pT Mmr Clnudliie, Febtl-0
V Wilder, II Uunu, wife and family, MUs
Mnuoy, Mr. Alaxuiiiloruinl d.tuglitcr, Mr
For Maui and Hawaii, per tmr Kluau,
Feb II-Volcano: I) il Sfliinlilt, I. Mali
fcldt, K 11 Hcott, It C Suit l. Corn l.urlmore,
Clay Lirlmoro, MUs Dick, Mlii Krmtil,
Mi-- Julio Allni. Ml. Itu-oAIhti, M I. M
I'lutikott, Mr Coulter, Mr- Van Vllet.
Wnyportii: MIm i'relkr. MrK W W Hood
ale antl daughter, (lodfrev llrown, Mlm
l.lta Wilder. Mr U K Thrum, J N Hull,
Wiu End If, J F llif, l,ellt Wlulit, Mr
Hum llallcy, MIt Krout, T Muy, I)r
Cloud, l'rUroiuiriti, Mr Tlli-.ton, Mint
Mullen, Nlli-on IjiiikIiik, and 1'ideuk.
VossoU In Port.
U 8 b l'hlladelphlu, ilarkur, from I'ulliio,
U 8 8 Adair, Xclxon. from a i-ruUe
II It M 8 Champion, Hooni, Kiti iiiault
II 1 J M 8 .Naiihva, Mori, from Japan
Am tit Mttryitrt-t, lVlerum, Comox, from
Am pchr Transit, Jorgcnu'ii, from Han
Am M-lir HniiKor, Anhe, from Neneattle N
Am tiktnu Mary Wlukolmaii, NIim-ii, from
Nuvvt-u.tli. N 8 W
Am tern Xnmpa, l'utcraon, from Uinninn,
Am iililp II I Cheniy, Mother, from Do
part urn Hay
Am torn (llt'iiifalc). Joliu-on, from l'ureKn,
Am lik Albert, Urlllltln, from Hati frail-
llrlt xlilp l'n.ttmfl, Itlnimer, from Nuw--
eiitli, X 8 W
ltr burk Vlllalta, llarland, from I.Ivor
pool Haw bk It I Itlthct, Murrhnn, from huu
How bktne Kllkltat, Culler, from I'ort
Huw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from Ban
llrlt bk t'uloclty, Martin, from Hongkoni;
Our lik Nautilus, Amdnt;. from Mvur-mol
Tim steamer Klnnu left promptly at 2
o'eloek till- afternoon for llllo nin'l way
The barks 8. C. Allen and llarvustur left
ban Francisco on January 27th, for Hono
lulu mil llllo respectively with general
The Hcboouer Maid of Orleans, Captain
MacLeod, was to leave San 1'ritiirUio on
February 2d, for Kahultii.uud the schoon
er Olga on January 31st, for Mahukoim,
The Hawaiian Imrk Miiuiia Ala. Smith
mahtor, tailed for Han Franclmo this after
noon with 111,02.1 liJk-s augur, shipped by
W. (1. Irwin A I'ii. Weight of cargo, 1,077,
075 pounds, domestic value, ,W,Xi.
NIHILIST HAUNTS RAIDED.
Information Furnished tho Russian
Folico by the French.
Ikiiux, Jnuuary in. - Ad vinos ro
ooivod from St. Potorsburj,' cay that
tho Fronoli jiolico havu sunt a corn
intiuk'atiou to tho Russian polico,
Rtatiug that a mitiihor of ruvolutiou
ary riouuiiiuuts wuro Boiztul by tho
polico of dilloront towns of Franco
during tho rot-out anarchist mills.
These doi'iiinonts aro said to com
iirotniso a numbor of Iltissiaus at
St. 1'oturabtiri; and othor parts of
Abb rosult of thoso I'otnuninii'a
tious tho Uuxttiait pulicu aro said to
hayo niadu a sorios of domiciliary
visits ami liavu arroatod a mimbor of
nihilistH. It is also said that many
Russians of all fiascos aru now boing
sltadowod by tho polico, and docu
ments found in Franco aro buliovod
to havo pointed out a plot involving
attempts upon tho lives of tho impo
rial family on Now Voar's day, when
uxceptional precautions were taken
to protect tho different members of
tho imperial family.
Count DelianolT, Minister of Edu
cation, is tnkttiL' vigorous stops to
prevent outbreaks upon the tiart of
the students. Tho Minister will almi
nay particular atteutinu do any out
break which may occur in the
schools of St. Petersburg and other
Mrs. Emily Thorne, who resides nt
Toledo, Washington, says she Ikih
never boon able to procure any
tnedicine for rheumatism that re
lieves the pain so ijiiichli nud ollce
tually as Chamberlain's l'ain Halm
and that she has also used it for
lame back with great success. For
salo by all dealers. Heiisou, Smith
A; Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
To-morrow will bo Ash Wedtim
day. Diamond Head, 8 p. in, -Weather,
hazy; wind, light northeast.
Tho P. G. band played on the Ex
ecutive building grounds tlii morn
ing. Hugh Quun, wifo and family lento
for Maui on tho Claudiuo this e cit
ing. Only four "Kouohi" inebriates
woro pulled in by tho polico last
A copy of Gilbert and Sullit att's
latest opora has been receited bv
Ex-U.S. Consul General Severance
is now a dealer in surcharged Ha
Fourtoon ton riots took passage by
tho steamer Kinatt this afternoon
for tho Volcano.
Miss Krout, correspondent of tho
Chicago Inter-Ocoan, left for Hilo
on tho Kiuau to-day.
A lithograph of the now Hawaiian
stamps is on exhibition in the Ha
waiian Nows Co.'s window.
Tho Union steamship Mouowai
should leave San Francisco on
Thursday noxt for Honolulu.
Tho Anglican Church Chronicle
for Fobruary is well filled with ap-
lrupriaiu, origin nun newsy matter.
Mrs. G. E. Thrum was a p.mon-
gor on tho Kinau to-day. She got'
to join her husband at l'npaikou, i
Tho Misses Albu and their man- '
ngor, M. L. M. Plunkett. loft on the
Kinau this afternoon for (ho Vol- I
F. V. Macfarlano, acting I)anih
Consul, advertises for claims against
and debts due the estate of the late
Captain Smith of the bark Mauna ,
Ala oxpocts to make a fast trip to '
tho Coast. Tho clipper has boon re
coppered and painted.
Tho annual meeting of the Gor- '
man Benovolent Society will he held
to-morrow at 2 o'clock p. in., at the
ollieo of 11. Hnckfeld Co. I
See renewed time table of Wilder's
Steamship Company's steamer Ki
uau. By it you can lime that long
intended trip to the volcano many
Pinati and Mnliua were found
guilty in the District Court this
morning of assault nud battery on
another native on Friday night and
sentenced to pay a fine of SI.
Capt. It. A. Andrew s, who was in
command of the C. II. Bishop when
she went ashore off Hauamaulu,
Kauai, will go as chief ollicer of the
steamer Claudino this afternoon.
Merchant street in tho upper part,
which used to have the worst, is
coming to get tho best sidewalks in
town. Granite blocks are being laid
to connect with each end of the
Bi'llktin ollieo pat omen t.
One Chinaman was arretted to
day for common nuisance in letting
oil liroerackors on the street. As
no limit has been made for time of
firing crackers and bombs, the lads
from tho Flowery Kingdom aro hav
ing a gay time. Tho Marshal over
looked tun restricting of the paMimo
to certain hours.
Hov. Henry Parker has caused to
bo issued a summons requiring the
appearance in the District Court, of
.Jonathan Shaw, Tax Assessor nud
Collector of tho Islaud of Oaliu, to
answer a charge of illegally collect
ing $00 as taxes on certain land
owned by complainant at Waihee,
Koolaupoko. The respondent is
alleged to havo valued tho property
at &10U0, whereas tho complainant
says it is wort u mticli less.
Glass in Thooaopby.
Since the opening of the free
Theosophical Library in Fotor'i.
block, Nuuauu street, so many en
quiries havo bcou made about Thco
sophy also expressing n wish that
opportunities should bo otfered for
its practical study, that is has been
decided to start a trial A. B. C.
class, free of charge, in the above
library. All students wishing to
join this class, one evening a week,
are hereby roiiuosted to notify the
librarian at their earliest conven
ience, so that tho study may be
started as soon as twenty adhesions
have been received.
A Seizuro of Opium. i
). Caaiero, the cook, and -I. l.ario,
cabin boy of the bark S. C. Allen
wore arrested late last night in
Chinatown with thirty-live pounds
of prepared opium unstamped in
their possession. The opium was
confiscated and tho prisoners wore
taken to the County Jail.
Tho officers believe that I lie men
were about to secrete the opium
aboard the vessel, which will sail to
morrow for Honolulu, whore the
stnir would be smuggled ashore.
The seizure is valued at .f'lM). -.V. F
Cliriinich, .Inn. J'i
Disturbed a Fuuurul.
disturbed by the target prat'lne of
tueinbemof the P. U. guards in the
new shooting grounds, clo-o to tin
burial ground There was much in
diguatiou over the disturbance, but
il wni doomed advisable not to male
a protest, as it was known tm unitce
would be taken of il.
The Daily Itllll'lln, oU cntlt pn munlh.
Opening of the Fobruary Trm of
Circuit Court. Tho Norton Deed
Holds Wator Jury Term Trials.
The February term of tho First
Circuit Court opened Monday morn
ing, Judge Whiting presiding.
forenoon was occupied in calling the
calendar. G. K. Wilder, Deputy
Attorney-General, is proecuting
In the afternoon Kealoha was put
on trial by a native jury on his ap
peal from conviction of liquor selling
in tiie District Court. Knulia for
defendant, lie was found not guilty.
Prosecution of the following caes
wnsdropped: S. W. Mahelona, opium
in possesion; .Ins. Sherwood, liquor
selling; Geo. Lycurgus. disorderly
.Judge Cooper wnsj still hearing
argument in the Banning case.
Judge Cooper has rendered a deci
sion in tiie case of E. A. Jones, as
signee of Geo. K. Norton vs. Eliza
beth K. Norton, n bill to set aside a
deed. It is a long ami somewhat
interesting document, ending as fol
lows: "1 therefore find in conclusion
tlint the defendant miint lie hold to
liuvo taken the deed upon n valua
ble consideration, having paid tliere
for tliesum of -fl2IK), ami that tho
transaction was not tainted with
fraud, nud that the plniutilT has not
made out a eno entitling him to the
relief prayed for. The motion is
sustained nml the bill dismissed."
Tho eao has often been described
in this pap. r. Norton the day be
fore his marriage convened his home
stead lot to his intended wife for
the nominal consideration of one
dollar, lie owed Lowers Cooke,
his employers, S'JMM partly for
money advanced on the price of the
laud nml the rest for materials for
building his house. At tho mar
riage C. A. Brown, a relative of the
bride, gave her as a present a
cheque for. fltKi, which a few days
Inter was paid to Lowers A: Cooke
In rendering lii decision Judge
Cooper liuds Hint there mny be ad
dttiounl consideration to the nominal
consideration named in a deed. The
amount named, gl'JiMI. was not so far
below the estimated value of the
premise Miy 1i00 n to make it
widened of fraud. Marriage itself
might be n cotisitlerntiou, but it was
not found so iu this case. It had
not been proveil thai .Norton was in-,
solvent when ho made the transfer. '
W. It. Castle for the plaiutill; J
A. Mauoou for the defendant.
Kuhele. defended by Knulia, wa
tried ami acquitted (his forenoon,
on appenl front District Court for
selling liquor without n license.
J. Nainaielun is on trial this nfter-
noon for violating the gambling law.
Knulukou defends him. i
J. Leoiki has withdrawn his np-'
penl from the District Court for as
sault, awl Dal ten. Aciu for Uomiul
ant. A demurrer has been argued and
submitted in the libel ease against
J. M. Vivas ami .1. M. Toixeira. Neu
mann witli prosecution; Kinney for
THAT ASSAULT CASE.
Mugoon Admits IIu Struck Lulling
Twite and No More.
The Magoou-I, lining assault and
batter case came up iu the District
Court this morning. J, W. Liming,
tin complainant, ami his wife testi
fied for the prosecution. According
to their evidence the trouble arose
over a certain bill of sale J. A. Ma
goon held. A certain parly owed
i another $1.'i0 for rent, and Magoou
as agent took n lieu on the furniture
niid a garnishee on the dolitorV
i wage- Luniiigfil.so held n certain ac
count against the same part. On
1 January Mist, Magoou called at the
! olllce of the complainant ami had a
fow words tending to the amicable
i set I lenient of the debtor's accounts,
' owing both parties. Some misunder
standing occurred between Messrs.
Magoou and Lulling anil the latter
I would not give up the bill of sale.
i Magoou sttqtped behind the counter
I ami Luuiug retreated, and while the
hitter's back was turned Magoou
' struck him twice with his fict. Mrs.
i Luuiug, who was present, grabbed
Magoou by the back of the neck,
I ami pulled him off. Magoou was
I about to make a second attack on
I Luuiug when ho was prevailed upon
b Mrs. Luuiug, not "to make a
fii'is." Luuiug was laid up iu coiiso
l quonco of the assault
i Magoou admitted he hail struck
the complainant, but not on the
back of tho head. It was done iu
I the lieat of passion, defendant be
1 lieviug that Luuiug was going to
' tear up the paper
' Judge Kohortsou reserved judg
i iiieut until to-morrow morning.
LOUD TALKING PHONOGRAPH.
It Will Bo Exhibited on Noxt Satur
The V M C A. hall has boon en
gaged for next Saturdav evening bv
L. Nestor IMUiiii and F. C Cauoll,
two export phonograph operators,
who have latelv arrived in the city.
Thov will gii an exhibition of the
powers of the latest improved
phonograph. A splendid program
will be presented oil tills occasion
and the prices will be within the
reach of all aiiiu-ement lovers. Both
gentlemen will give a private exhibi
tion on Tlnirstlav night at which
llielllbeis of tile press and some III
V lied glli ts ale expected to be pres
ent. It will tale place at the Ar
Sti ungo Find
gentleman walking on the beach
at lluiiauiiut "ii ."siinil i fiiiiuil two
butiilli- of clothing siealleied with
in a small circle tilling with tliedinl
weie suielrv tins ewulaiuing fishing
gear, a llllifer Imx and teel, in shoit
a whole lot of kiiiek knacks The
I finder is wondering if nil) native
i fisherman i. missing
JIM POWELL IN LUOK '
After a Wait He Gets a Little !
Jim Powell, a colored member of i
the Annexation Club, who has boeu
waiting for bis reward for signing
tho roils, has cot a job at Inst, and
is hnppy in cousequenco. Ho lias
boon nwnrded the position of water
tender to vessels. Tho former in
cumbent was Dan Mahuka.n Hawai
ian popular among both foreigners
and fellow-country men. Dan was
unrortuuatoiy taken tlown with ill- .
uess about two months ago, and is j
up to i lie p rosy in uiuu cimiiiicii to
his home. In his abence, John
Mnliuka, n brother, undertook his
duties and until a recent date filled
tho position with satisfaction. One
day Captain Ashe of the schooner
Bangor notified Mahuka that the
tanks on his vessel needed filling.
Tho substituto wator tender went
down and requested the captain to
have a man stationed nt the tanks to
notify him (Mahuka) when each was
filled, so that he could turn the
water off. Captain Ashe answered
that his men were all bus, and he
could render no assistance. Mahuka
told him that it wns impossible for
one man to attend to both duties
the key to the water being some dis
tance from the ship. If any of tho
tanks wero to overflow it would
caue some damage to tho sugar
enrgo, and this would fall on the
water tender. Anyhow, tho tanks
wore filled nnd a few days later
Mahuka wa told to turn ovor the
hose cart and keys to Jim Powell.
Tho latter like a good many more
had been biding his time for a whack
at the spoils.
BURDENS OF PEACE.
Tho Idea of Dlanrmaraont Hailed
With Great Delight.
London! January 21. A moment
ary change in the political weather
vauu has sot Europe talking about a
new alternative for war. The gloomy
prophets of the past few weeks
seem to liud all the charm of novelty
iu the suggestion that the time has
come for a peaceful disarmament iu
Europe. Mr. Bvles hnmionod to ask
Mr. Gladstone n casual question in
Parliament the other da, embody
ing the idea that the war burdens of
peace have become almost ns heavy
as those of open hostilities, and that
therefore the moment is opportune
for a general disarmament. Mr
Gladstone's reply was rather non
committal. Tl .1.... I - . . ..-.I
.no iiie'suou nun mentor m i r.irico .
little attention iu England, but i
throughout the continent, except
France, the question is being vigor
ously agitated. The strongest ex
pressions of sympathy with the idea
are coining from nil classes. It is
strange with what eagerness the
suggestion is being seized upon. It
has long been the universal convic
tion of Europe that disarmament is
only possiiiio ns a result ol an ex
hausting general war, and that il is
impossible to postpone war after the
limit of preparatory resources has
been reached. There is a widespread
feeling that certain nations are al
ready beginning to pay the penalty
of over-training, while others have
attained their maximum fighting
This is the real explanation of the
prevalent war scare. It is not sur
prising, therefore, that the possibil
ity of the peaceful attainment of
tliu desired object is earnestly con
sidered. As regards the continental situa
tion the talk of tho week most con
cerns Italy. It is again reiterated
that she for some time has been
seeking friends outside the Triple
Alliance. Crispi is even credited
with a desire to come to a better
understanding with France, with a
view to end the financial war.
The impression is strong iu Lou
don that an Italian naval alliance
with England iu tho Mediterranean
may be hail for the asking, and this
is regarded as tho greatest safeguard
against tho penalties which the in
adequacy of the British navy threat
ens. The experience of Geo. A. Apgar,
of Gorman Vnlloy, N. J., is well
worth rememueriug. Jio was trou
bled with chrome diarrlura and
doctored for five mouths and was
treated by four different doctors
without benefit. He then beiran
using Chamberlain's Colic, Cholura
and Diarrlio-a Itemedv, of which one
small bottle elfected a complete
cure. It is for salo by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for the
Every thtrriptwn oJOIt I'JUXTJMi
dour ill thf lltilUtin Ojlice.
ROYAL DANISH CONSULATE.
A l.l. I'l.ltftOSB II.WIMI il.AIMh
1 npiilnt the K"tiu of Win. IhuiM'ii,
ill i euicii, urn n iiif'ted to pri'-eiit the
i-jiiiii ilui) uttcbleil ultlilu 1 1 1 1 r I ilavn
from tlili ilnte. ami nil peri-uiii huhik mid
itiite urn re imtt eil to inuku iiiiiniilinle
iiivmeiit to the uniler-iuneil m thU ( on
Miiuii. r. v. ma rAiti.ANi;,
ti'iii ti AciIiik C'oniil for ileiiiniirk
, A Hl'Ki 1AI. I.IIIKAKY lh NIlW illMIN
I A. In ftllilellUiin'l I I.MllAY, till Ith
1 lAH uinl MA I HKDAYof euoli vvenK, from
, J in I i. m , on tin Mioinl ihiur of tin In
ter HIiH'k, Nun urn ntri'i't, over l.ovee
I "tore. I.lltnuil e li the I'oml ilonr, on llii
lime leading In lie luiek part of I lit Ilium
lulu I oiunlr)
UT" Iu n iinc In iiiiiiierniis re.inr.is.
' trinl II I I I A.il I lll.tlMH'll V,
on i M liiiiK II week, fru of ehiiri'f. will l
-liirml in I lit l.lhriirv Mull, n uoii ii
tvtinlj iidln-liiii- lilive I n n i tlved In
li lldlliK -In I nt- iliiix initlfj I lie I.IIhii
W lie 'k mm out t" n -onllii' .ir
tle III llnlediilu mnluhih irm tiiiilde in
ri'oiiiviitk of thu other hiiii UM Im
I'pilK WIShKl.Y lltUil.i:TIN-W t'OU
L Uliinaof lutfrrllnt! ItvailliiK Mutter,
I I'-lttu", f ; mil'! i" "lcn MiintriM,!'
Jut' k wvb 4k:7W
ilra. . 3r. Allen
20 Miles from a Doctor
But Hood's Sarsaparilla was
Equal to tho Emoreoncy
Plcttrtiy, CMUn ami rever ililk
J0 Verferl Cure,
" Attn my Imhr wnj born I Rot Into Try lert
oui condition, tml-u-tiletithy, clillli and fTr.
f-railualljr (lovclo-ilii! Into milk leg. We llr 80
miles from ii I'll) it Ijnntnl did not know whl
to to. l'lmlly nflrr n j-rrnl deal ( (attar.
Ing I began Iu Ukx Itwl'-i rtaruirmtlll. nd
wlienl watirtlngttio third tuttl I could lit
It Was Doing Mo Cood.
I continued nlfti another bottlF, and tfcorartd
o rapidly that uow nm la W health. I
Hood's ':'."'. Cures
cordially rrcommrnd It m a Rood mtdlclnt."
Mm, A. M. A l.l cv, IVrry, Washington.
Hood's Pills euro all Liter lid, llltloua.
neii. .lautidke, Indlst-Mluti. Sick llcadacht.
IIOHKON NKU'MAK A "(.,
Acpiiti (or llnwnllnn UlnluK
Circuit Court, First Circuit of tho Ha
waiian Islands In Probate
IN Till; MATI'KIt Of rilK KM-ATB
nf MM) 1 1' KO, lute el Hello ulii, Ojlni,
ll" I'M lit.
A tloi-iiiiu'UI iiiriortlln; to lx t lie I.'it
Will iiinl 'lextiiiiii'iit ol One luko, ilfiTii-i'il,
liuvlitK on the l.'lli ilnv of .liinii.iry, A. 1),
M0, livi'ii pr-'iMMil'il to "tilil I'ml'ifi' I'ourt,
mid n -stllloti fur tin- Prelum- thereof, uinl
for tiie l-iiiiuee of U'tlor Tt'ttttiii'iitnr.v
to Ki'iileli.i luko IihvIiir Ihi-ii HIii! Ii lief.
Il I- h.reln (inlercil, I lint MONDAY, the
It'lli ilny of IVImi.irv, A. II. I-'U, ut Iu
o'l'lix'k . m., of niid tln.v. nt tin- I our!
lliHini ef -nlii I'eltrt, nt tile unit lliine
Iliill'litiU in IteiKilu ii lii, nml I lie -nine
l, IH'N-Itv iii(eliitl tin- tlnif fer iirovlni:
niM Will uinl lienrlntj mM iiiilloiilliiii,
when ntiil ulie-c nm im r-oti InirreMril
tiiuv iiiN-iirmii riuee-t die ntil Will, mnl
the triiiitiniiif l.'t'er- re-tiiliieotiirv.
H.iti-I II lien li l Jmi. I.', v'u.
Ilv the I'ourt
I.I'.O. l.l' i AS.
Ii." lit I'lrrk.
Monday, February 12th.
fW Aiplliiitlou for iiiiiiUiiii -lioiilil
Ik Hindu Iiiiini dlntex , -iiilliii,' ii)e nml
tntiilliiK of iiiilli-iiiit. to
emit (,. 'i
Mutual Telephone Go.
'pin: Mt'ifAi. tki.ki'Honi: com.
1 I'.ltlJ' hiivllnt nielvtil tin lulit Illl
proveil iltllielltlielil in tin win nf 1 1 envy
Current nr l.lk'hl' lilt: Arn-ter urn now
ireinr-il to filini-li tilt itue in their -uli
itIIh r ill ii munliiui i'icI on imputation.
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Australian Mutton Pork
Received per S. S. "Arawa."
METROPOLITAN MEAT Go.
til' (I. J. Wuir.n, .Muii.mer. Jt
OOOD EATING '.
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I'llt II Mvi.Kil lino rueeivt'il I'rnzeu
Mull 'fii lleul, 'I p. Vfiil nml I'ork
lieriniin niii-iii;i', frn-h. ANo, Cornell
Mutton Minion llniii", ClieeM- uml
llutter l'iive vour onli r. I'rniupt
tltllverv uls tl
A l.l. Ai fiil'Ms Ul'i: 'IO I'HI". I'lltM I
l of v in ii Im i I h in of l.ihue, Is. nun,
lliive In ell plnetil for eolltttloii with Mi.
r.tul Ni minimi, uttnriiet, m-lnvv, .III Mer
eliiint -lint, II. nt lul. i S. MoiiHiir iu
Mr. 1'inil Neiiiiiiiiin' otlne l uiithnrUt'il
lo itnl.e mid re 'i ii.i fur thi ir piiMiieut.
All peroll I IK 1 1 ll. I In Mid 1 1 r til lire in
j ut--1. 1 1 to -eitle their iiitoun nnd -ii vi
e it of litlilitthin.
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The Newest and the Latest
nsr. s. s.a.o:h:s'
tsao Fort Street, Honolulu.
The "Mother's Friend"
'Dili l tin late-t Itiiprnveincnt In lo' -lilrt Wult nml ;i true frkml In
motliiT: no liioru liiiltmi. to e rin,n tln- emmet eoint otl. We have
them Iu ulilte nml In f.ine.v i-erra ci fmiu ! eut uptiiinli
1IOYM' CAI.K'o WAISTS IN A l.l. HI.K- AT i. ( KNT.
litt?t hhuf Iu -
Children's Cloth Caps, University and Pinafore
Wp liavi them In ' renin, Cnrilliuil, Nnrv JlHu uinl Menl llrovui
i llll.DHKN'S AND IN I A NT'S KASCY KI.ANNI.I. Co ATM nt verv low prion..
WATP.Ur.ll 'Axil lllllllONS IN Al.l I OI.OIIM.
TIIE ADELINE BLACK STOCKINGS
They ore pronoiinecil tin? ht-t by nil who huw j-ivi n tliein n trhil. Wc Invt
Ibeiii for Inilii, (enl, elilMr-ti nnd liifnir ill pluti nlile,, ilme tilli
nml ohii work. . . I nillt' Aili-liut Ill.n'k Mtin kiu nMiiit.l to "('(.-nt
kt pair. . . . IaiIIi")' I'l.imoml I'lneK Mtinkfuf nt .' ent- r pmr.
Huvt jou-efli tlipCHIl DlfKN'H f"( MOOI. HAT.Stlmt winr .ePIn.? f..r Jiitftili?
Thev nrcjnt the tliln-; for !lo or Olrl.
513 Ivobinson Block, Hotel Street.
HAS RECEIVED NOTICE !
A I.MI'li: AHMH'rMi'.VT OK
JiHUlllAPft !lll' Pfidlin ' ,,IIVt' K'',n ill-tl'licti'd hv
iipmicsc MIL ijiiijii! M,1..,.M.,:s.t,:.s,A,,,,;.
IN I'.VKN'IMI rill HK
Wool Dri'HH (J noils.
Stlillt'll KlllllclflU'S, a, ... , . ,.
K A luj; iisstii'tnifiit ol
ClH-ekod FlanolcttcH. .1APAXKSK PAl'KU NAI-
Silk Crape, Xj will l,. s,,d u. TAN
Shawls, I-JtcJ'Ito. omt.
513 Robinson Blosk, Uotel Strait.
National Cane Shredder
"AIT.NTKII I'MII'lt lili; I.AWi Ol Illl. II W.II . Isl.AMIS
W'! Il, i , ". M .JlJt.'jr. i. S3eLmt0&sXK
rjlMK I'.N'IIEKSKiN'KIl IIAVK DKKN AI'IMINTKIi S(.K AtiKNTS Knit
tlii'M .Siiiti.niiKitH uinl urn now pri'iMnil in rifoivt iinlcri-.
The (;rt'iit niviiiituhi(. tn In ili'rivvtl frmn tin iim nf tin- Nnixvi. C.v.nk
SllliKliiicit iin tlwrtiiitflily fKliililinlinl nml lu-kiinvvli ilftl l.v l'l.uiler
Tliu lurt iiuiiilu'r of I'luiitt'rK uunii; Mioiii in tin t'nitul Stutt-n, CiiIm,
ArKOiitint ltoiulilii, I't'rii, Autlruliu .tint (UchIiiti, lnnr vvitmo in tin.
Tin iin of tin SiiithiniKii vtry lur:ilv .iiij;iiit'iii tip- .iiiniititv nf fiim
Illl llllll I'll II KHIIil (.'. tn .V) ), ,iln the fXtl.iflitin t.f jitift (.i 'i j.
It in a mrnit nufuctiiiril, iiiiikiu. kiit.wn ut unci- tin priM'iift t.l ,inv
pifit-h nf iron, tftuk-'p frmn u'lirn, nr nn tiling wlm-li vvmilii KelmliU In il.iiii.in't
tin mill, uinl .illnwiiii; itiupli tmit tn rt niuvi r.uin In fur.' il.uii.iint; tin mill.
Tin SiiKhiuihit is vcrv rtniii;ly nnulo, .mil imm tin tn.tiim i of u, . rtt
tinn it ctitH or It-urn tlitve piitis nf tvi-ml nr imn vvitliniii nficii htiMkinn tin
SlIIIKIIllKIt llllll if llliylllllie; brfllk., it l-Mlllplj mi I the klllVi. in i lllUTn,
wlilfli ciin In iimkly uml ucniioiiiitullv rt'pl.ifftl. Thu miiii.iuimi, .m Us
nuiiiii inilifiiti-H, U'.irh the r.uii hit" htailt- nf v.irviiii; lfiiKtlip, pt ifonlv ntm
niC it uml iillnvvmc iht- mill in thtirtiiij-iily iii'm nut tin juu'f.-. witlmtii it
iniiniK thi iniuiuiitu u.xtru nivvtr iiitidr. In kiiihI nr itiii-Ii tin wlmlt
cunu. Tho tili'il.iipfcit Hpicutli) tho cliri'iltli. tl f.'nit iiiiiiurmly nml .i?ti to
the null rolli. mill ilm away with tin- iihim-iiv nf i-jm .tiling tin. lupirM' hv
liunil hfiviin tho mill,, vvlicri ncriiiiliiiK I- in iim .. Krialti amtnint til
htiilur nipniiily in i.'i.iureil tn opci.itt tin mihuiUKK ih.iu that vvlnuh vv.k
ctillii'ifiit fur tin null, lor tin ahnvv itn-nn-. u fiiriiili full vvnrkinj;
ilriivviui'it fur tin iiii.iiliitiini nf our Siikm-i-mi, i mililinn .m iiupi tfiit tn
s'iiH'ui in Hiiucitliilly iiihiiill uinl ntait tin in.
Ill nnliTini; KmiMilihi fnuu nu, iIium ni-inl -in. ill -kott li. mhivviiik tin
iliumulfr uml wulili ol tin null m. i with ulmli miiii.hiii.ii ir. tn In t.iiimrtitl,
iiImi tin miIi (iilhci riKhl 01 It ft h.iinl in vmi f.ut tin tl. hvt-rv Mtli nf iht.
null), mitin vvhn h thf null fiiKim i-Ini'ittftlalM. iht luiKht iin'iu ilnor line
loiuiilor of front null rolUh.ifl, ami ili-i.uiif ft nier thir -lull to front um
of hfil plan. Thf-f MiiihnHKiih tut nuw In nit- u-tii hv tin lliln Miliar Co
llllll UllWI Mill. Kollill.t. whfii tlioi im imi ,.. n u..n'.f .. ii....
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i iiufh iiiiii i ill i lift p.irtli'lil
f IIIK I VMOl s --rlth Ol-
B. F. EHLBRS & GO.
tSOQ li OU PORT STPtBlHl'T
Canton "V7"a:sii Falorios !
A Immlhiiiiit Cotton rubric Niw Ml v n- tint mii . u lln t lift li nre iHt.nlinlle. of Clnm,
hllki. to -t i tin iu menu, in nppn i-iain tliem.
i HHk, lluthh jitit out ri'iil rriin li deilKtiH nre IIu ilue.t nnd the unut til the ieit.,iii
Oashmere Sublimes SO Oents Yard I
Out of the liivmUom.'at Wn.li Mntfrlalo thm ieiv.iiii i.itire,y tie rtn.i
fur lint lirlt'n Iota in, i-.mnl
Wlalte Lawna and JDiraity I
In I'lulii, btrlpeit aiul fliffkftl In jri4t rarlt'ly.
NT feMMuUsg Uidw k HiUUf osint ol MRS, RUNNER, ju
HE FOfXI) AT
Patent Shirt Waist!
prli'torof Uic II.wvaiiav.Iai"-
AMi: Ma.AAI!, Hotel sticut,
to sell his stork of .JAP
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ii.- in ij in li.ul Iin ajiplviu.' l
G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
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