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I'letluM fa neither Sect nor 'arij,,
Witf Ktialilhhnl for Hie Hemiit nf All
TUESDAY, FEB. 20, 1MU
stautinoiik' wati'lioil by only SU.O 0;
tho Cimii'Umi oci'iipii'il, ami tlio
Turkish frontier in Asia Minor ob
sertuil by fU,0()0; in tho wliulo of
Tra11sc.14pi.-1, along tho lingo (xpnno
of tho Afghan and (Jliim."t) frontier,
only iil.tiUO: ami in tlio fortress of
Vladivostok soini' 1 2,1X10.
'Whilst mu'Ii i tho tlUpoMtioti
and amount of the lii!i.ui forces on
a )etu'o footing, their iiuinbors when
mobilised for war and all tho re
serves called out reach a total of
2,722 U'A with tiMMKK) horses, and
iil 20 guu. From a consideration of
the alnixe, three points of vital im
portance are clear.
"The first of these is that l!nia
is straining oery nerve to ina
uory liposable man of her huge
army on her Polish frontier, so a to
Ik able, in conjunction with France,
to crnh Germany, even though aid
w I by Hanking Autna and diMant
"'lit' ocotid is, that to do this
she ha tleleruiiueil. until thi etui
test i over, to give up the idea of
MA. AND MRS. W. P. BOYD. ,"3
Tho Bride's Hocentlon at the Bride-
! groom a Old Homo.
I Vice ConsuUOeueral IJoytl of the
Uuitfd States and his Honolulu
j britle hao arrived safely at Mr.
i Howl' old homo, ami received a
I htwlv welcome according to tho
following report from the Daily
Democrat U News of Marshall City.
Due of tho most fashionable enter
tainments that has ever taken place
in Ma'shall .ocictv. was that ou yc
terd.n in honor of Mrs. WiNoti l'or
tir liovtl, guon bv Mr. (.'ol. Sam
Hovtl. Mrs Frank 11 lloyd anil Mr
Dr. Moor was not inclined to listen
tt tho fears of his fellow-practitioner.
Tho,ou the other hand,
desirfd to wash their hands of auy
responsibility, ami passed a resolu
tion to that'elfuct, and refused to
allow tho chfimst of the society to
Portuguese Paper Proprieties- Pro
tecting a Spendthrift.
Tho common nuisance enso against
tho owner of a l'ortiiuttosu natter, on
measure out the poison. Stuno of account of allegedly immoral laug
the irentieineii went so far as to per- i iinifo iu it. is hnvinir tho defendant fl
"V. . .- M . -- ..... ... ti I ..'.! . " 1...I... tlTI.il!....
souaiix imiuoio uv. .noor inn iu
. r ... i ' . .. -i .: i. ..
tierxisl in lis rasii (xtxTiineui, out
lie assured them that ho had tho
utmost fniilMfiifo that tlieie was no
llt measured li:melf out three
grains of morphine, three times as
much a is necessary to produce
death. The deadl drug was put in a
spoonful of wiiter ami thou swallow
suto heard uoioro .jutigo w nmng
this afternoon. It has been on trial
siuco tho opening of Court yoste r
tn tho matter of guardianship of
Kalua Kapukini (w.), tho petition of
J, A. Magoou to lie appointed guar
dian was granted by Judge Coopor
There was a counter petition by tho
ward to have Kobort Makahalupa
Mail Hardware Co., IA1
at iiilXX) and the guardian puts up a
i. .:...,'. ii c..i..!... i ii...:. ...,i'i.,..a i etl. It was a most dmmatif moment. amtoiutcd. Mairoon was ftiardian
mansion .tf Mr. Frank II. Howl. I 1 wo. f the spectatt.js, unable to bear during tho wards minority, and,
The hours of reception we're from H toii-iio- nf feeling, left the m,w that sho is of age, she is kept
two to elewM, p. ..... and arranged iu , "'""V " " " ''' iJrl. x"" 'IS1'"1)" '"i"?
1... r.-ll. ...!... .... I.., 'I'l... .i i 4tf ifi. )IMalllirillli. I'l. .Mirwi iiit uinmiu- slM'IMIt 111 111 1IIU VPHMU ia mhiiuu
IIH' lrFMiiii. irii i . . . i a . a . ..... - - . , . . .
irons who aio friends of tho family, , 'loto r-atty. n mnor.v i timi .or
ll.st; then the married lathes of : fiifli gram of moiphiuo a grain ul
ihe.l.u.11 age, and succeeding these, !' p';rinangauatf of potash is re
tho married ami single ladies of the ! l"w to be taken, lo make assur
agoof her in honor of whom tho re I "co doubly sure, however, tho dar
ception was gixen. At night, tho at- J mg experiu.eutalist partook of four
tendance was bv the male friends of pains. About thirty M-conts elapsed
Mr. Porter Howl. I between the tw.t t oes. 1 ho physi-
Hv tho eu-usion of natural light, , "- regarded Dr. Moor with in
all fhe rooms used for tho reueptit.n ! ,"1' 'ute ret. He remained calm
of gucts were, bv drapery ami arti- nl ;heerful. As tune wont on, tho
i'icial Ugh!-, decorated in ino-t all ! dVadly laugoui -that usually ollows
.i... i....r..:r..i i i.m. o i.,-Mi..,r I the takini: of morphine did not
fi-iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiii iiiv ''-4 .-' -
I to one's sense of siirht, anil wore in
.i" i .i i . 'i .." I...- .... ..r.. o.pii.ite harmoiiv with all other
"1 he thinl, that fho has no in- I , f.-atures of the occasion,
sent .ntentitm of .nakiiig any move , ,' f , AljotirluK room to tho-,-upon
Afghanistan or India til,.d bv the guests, sweet strains of
"In regard to the ..-c. '"I P-l; w j,IIMln,V,iv )('irod forth from
we fully Uflifwi that v oiimjih uiopif , .. ir ., ., ,., , .,, .lif.
iantlalwas will be, her "Inmate i . .
niiiMf lent a peculiar fascination
mm, mil lif limn ami ine mom- u
which this i to bf carneil out hae
both been altert'd. She iiovn sees
her time to f licet this great object
is when taml not till theui the Triple
Alliance has been eiiher defeated by
tlio united power of France and her
Kflf, or has, fr.un internal jf.dmifs.
brokfti up. Then, ami not till (lieu,
tlie great blow will be ntruck.
"Ami this will not be. a before,
by an iuwisiou through Hulgaria
aiul iifi tli" B ilium, but ly throw
nig from Sebatopnl an I ()d'sa a
powerful arm acro the Black
Sea -now iK-ciiiiie her i land lake
on tho B"slionis, where the fortification-,
are puto unlit aiul too mi
pie pared to tiller any lleciiw resist
A NEW MOVEMUKT.
political parly kaleidoscope
ami enchant meiit to tho occasion.
' making one realize that fantasy of
I Iffliug ami happiness which only
I such music ami its accompaniments
I iu the way of brilliant scenery could
i 'I he occasion, too, was heightened
iu its agreeable impress made upon
the guest, by tho loveliness of tho
prettv girls Who assisted iu tho en
tertafinuent. They were Misfs Kale
I McM.ilnn. Maud Striker, Minnie
lluiix. I.ouise Noble, Pear Parirh.
Maud Hughes and Flon-nc Yerby.
The new Mrs. IJoytl, lo whom the
' ti-fi ptiou was given", is a native of
the Wlauil of Hawaii, with the young
republic of whifh the United States
i- now having (implication iu a tli
plomatif wav. Mr. Poller iloytl is
of tho passing show is about to v
perience anotlier shake-up. it would
"ifiit from the ntiuvxatinu organs
that the win-pullers, reabiug the
uioribuuil contlitioii of the Auueia
tmii Club, aro resolietl to in ik a
Miprf ine fllort to experiment with
warn "iiiacn.nerv. ine n-ii' iuk
are the reasfiix aihanced lora"more
fumprelifiiiw and united orgaui.a
tion:" Wiiriir.xs. -Circum-tatice- tlo eit
iu this coinmuuiti that a committee
ol the Aiui'auon Cluli. appoiuietl
for thill piirpovi.tleem il ilimHisithli
that thei atlopt auy plan of parts
Wiii.ui:.!, The tfiideiicy now ap
pears to bo manifest among Antiea
tiouist to tliiiiiou into lcamio ami
clubs mutually imlepemlent of each
Wiii;iii:.s. -Such divi-um i eon
diicive to autagoiiiui and coiillict
of iuteri-t. ami would ulfirdiuate
eseiit.al iiie.s ami injure our oauc;
Wiu.ni:. Such diw-ion would
h-avti numbers of loyal Annexation
ists and supporter oT the Provi
sioiial lioleniment lllirepreentetl
by any oilicial orgauiatii.n; there
fore, l it
Av.iiii... That tin- body of loyal
Aum'xali'iuist-, a nucleus, tin now
proceed to I he funuatio.i .if ii p. ill! i
cal partv broad enougli to adiuii
loyal ciii.en- of all olites and na
insular clerk to that country from
the I nit 'il States, anil it was not
' until ho went there in his oilicial
i capacity, less than two yfars since.
that he" oWT saw her who is now the
pari nor of hi honors anil joys anil
I sorrows iu life. His wife, whose
! maiden name we cannot now call to
uii'iil, is of Anglo-Saxon st ck, anil
of the most respectable lineage of
that best race of people ou earth.
! Her auee.'.tors, wo learn, back tothc
third generation, wont to Hawaii to
teach that race of which the ilepo
ed ipieen is a mouther, the Christian
religion, ami tho wrongs of caiiui-
I i.-il i-iii.
I Mrs. Wilson P. Boyd i a beautiful
1 .tml full type of uhriiucite. Her
i wiire ha th:it sweet musical accent
peculiar to i he .Southern clime. She
' oolongs to that typo of women in
whose face 1 'easily road their
i siiirilnalit v and cultured minds.
iter intellectual acquirements, her
I natural refinement and grace are
'all in striking harmony with her
l iieauti. Her husband, Porter Iloytl,
I i hum all Marshall people have
I known from his birth, i personally
a cultivated ami mot atlractiw
DOCK'S LETTER OFFENSIVE.
Mr. Willib Instructed to
What a "broad" politcal parly it
uiiisl be which can muster less than
liwi hundred, as wiun-s the late
k'nthcriiiL' iu the drill s(d ou
occasion of the election of
Smith, lo admit "mill loyal citi
zens of all classes, ami nationalities,'
which will iui'linle iwory bench
cumber who uierelv iign for a' ne.x
ation, while niiie-tohthof the legiti
mate voting populatiou of the conn
The following tlespatch has ap
pe.'in d iu tho Miiutreal Wituehs;
W.isin.MMON, .Ian. 25. The Presi
ileal is lunch annoyed In the lone
of Presitlelil Dole'fi letter to Miui.sler
Willi under tlalo of Dec. 27, ami in
citleti'ally by the Minister's couro
iu allowing it lo pas uiirobukctl. Iu
his judgment, Mr. Willis ought to
have responded with a sharp note
i... demanding an immetliato retraction
. . I of the in-iill cast upon tint Uoveru
' " I meiit of the Unitetl States, anil, if it
hail not been at once forthcoming,
should have demanded his imssports
anil left Hawaii without delay. It
would not be astonishing to learn at
auy tune of tht M'wranco of tliplo
n.alii' lelatioiin between the Piovi-
- ! sioiial (iiieriiinent anil our own. A
onue, anil, as much to tho surpriso
a to tho relief of all, it was recog
ui.etl that Dr. Moor had discovered
an absolute, antidote. The matter is
attracting a great deal of attention
Kiiitok Bi-llltin: -
Tlio Advertiser is authority for tint
statement that the American League
has rescinded it action iu ru fere nee
to the pledge which the Lea no tlo
mantled from him. Tho ue.xt stop
will be that Mr. D. B. Smith will bo
inlluouecd to retire from tho field as
a candidate, ami the principal
orators of tin League will bo meek
as lambs, for I he very solid reason
thai the patronage of the bosses of
the League would bo exerted 111 a
most pcrsunsiwi direction. Police
xtar. can bo transferred as well ns
other work, to sav nothing about.
those little paper obligations upon i
which imp'T.'iliVf action could lo a
Tho" Advertiser ndvic tlio League
to abandon it "uutctinhlo, unpopu
lar ami un-American position" of i
secrecy and throw its doors open to
the public which ail vice is sound
only on the assumption that the
League was in - input hy with tho
Why should not the Advertiser go
a lilt'e fin I her ami condemn the en
trosiar ehauiber styloid legislation.
I it mill whim tin conclusions of a
league of radicals come into coulliet
with the p diar ideas of thetlillo-
laute stockholder of I he organ of
uioiiopuli, on coolieisin ami other
subject "afreet nig tlio status of tho
workiugiuiiii. t hal sf rccy i immoral .'
When the American League will
abandon it untenable and impossi
ble platform of supporting an oli
garchy that represents tho impossi-
iile ami the unpracticaim. as won as
tho dishonest, it will then bo acting
in the true intf.-e-t of the da it
should represent, and iu such a I
coiir-o alone will it hud true strength
and harmony. Tim present attempt
lo steal the imlepemteiicoof this na
tion could not lie excelled iu tho lino
of devising anything un-American
and unpatriotic, ami a League of
American workingmeti should bo tho
last to couutctiuuco the outrage.
Iluply oi the Manager.
Editoii Bn.uniN': -
So as to correct a misapprehension
with the lent possible delay. took
i in iioeriv wiin your priwiie coil'
C 2 W
- - -
w g s d
ItiivitiK stilil our Eat Ire Ulm-k to
Messrs. Hoke & zur Oeweste
Our iuefk uhl ho colli nut 10 jsreutly re
iltirnl prices till Ma re 1 1 3tst next when
"K Maii.k" will rwi-u Imslncim nuil bu
sucrrcili'il li.v t lie ulioiu timi.
MRS, G. E, BOARDMAN
IS THE BEST
ullil 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . ol twenty
sent to reply to your corre.sixiuili nt
of yesterday, "A lcidoiit,' iu this
try, wht stand for independence,
are uv hided, i a politii al party of
magnificent proportions wortlii of
being tho dictator of Ocean Maud
or French Frigate Shoal.
It is significant that every name
of the tweiitx liwi commit lecmou
aro those of Kcforiii men, who have
particular cause of the President's
ill feeling in t tit- freo anil easy, uu
diplomatic way iu which Minister
riiuistou has been sprinkling inter
view all along tho routo of his trip
across the continent.
It is reported that the latest in
Ntriietion to Mr. Willi aro to de
mand an iuiiuetliato withdrawal of
President Dole's oll'i'iisim Killer; mid
failure writ ton all out their pai if this bo not complied wilh, Mr.
otiorts, ami all but ix are in receipt ! WilI,:i.'' l ' "'' f'r his passioit and
, ,. i. .1. . ... Mr. I hurstou will Hiuuiltautiouslx
oi uowruinoui pai. mere ,., M iwj ,iKi U)U,,llt ,,,,
spark of common decency in tie
Government camp to nave the lead
er ol llio part from the humiliat
ing uxposuro that none but those in
receipt of (ioiernuient "pap" will
hollo or yell, or own orgaui.o for
I when the
lliuix the islands cut oil' from their
tin; ura I ally ami protector, it will
coiue to the conclusion that il ha
rather owrdonu the insolent busi
ness. A DA KING EXPERIMENT.
Ton day lo-of tune on account I aiorphino Takon With Impuuity to
of sickno-s and a doctor lull to pay
is auvthiug but plea-ant for a man
of a family to contemplate, whether
ho in a laborer, mechanic, merchant
tir publisher, .la. J. .Join'., pub
lisher of the Leader, Mexia, IVta.
was wick in lied for ten day- witli
tho grip dining it preialencna yeat
or two ago Later in tin .e.ioii he
hail a secoiul atlacl; lie nay: "In
the latter ca-e 1 ued Chainberlain'
Cough It.'iui'dy with I'oii-ider.ilili-
hliccess, 1 UllllK, only hi'lllg III lI'MI a
little owir lto days. I In
lack I am sati-fied would
etpially a bad as th first but for
the iiso of this remedy " It shouhl
lie borutJ in mind that the gup in
much the name as a wiy sniere cool
ami requires precisely the same
troatinoiit. When you wish tocuie
a cohl ipuckly ami ell'ectually giw
this lometly a trial. 2.r ami .Ml cunt
but l Ins for sale by all dealers. Bun
uoii, Smith .V Co., Agunta for tho
Tebt an AntiJotu
Dr. William Moor of Now York
I discovered that permanganate of
potash was an absolute antidote for
I morphine poisoning. At a meeting
. of Ins biethreii he propounded his
theory, ami proposal to prove it by
I taking what ordinarily would prove
I a fatal ilo-e of morphine, ami then
' eriiiei'l il ell'ecls by swallowing the
I antidote. The medical uieii present
i eude.ivoied to dissuade him from so
second at- ' ri-i.y an experiment, pounm oui
have been I that t could be quite as convincing
ly ileiiioiist rated ou some of the
loueraniui.il-. However correct the
I henry miylit be, and however sue
ces fully il could be shown iu a
glass that periuaiigauato of potash
tvas capable of destroying tho fatal
properties of morphine, thorn was a
possibility that the chemical con
tents of the stomach might Inter
fere with It successful' working ami
loud to fatal ioulW.
.- i . . . .
mornings Advertiser, iv unity allow
a few fui t her remarks. I .shall have
been hero three months before I
leave, ami might have given three
concerts a week if 1 found it would
have paitl. Iu cities with a much
greater population, however, my
seasons have usually been three con
cert. At the six night the Misses
Albu have sang 1 have noticed my-
sell almost l lie atue autlieuco. 11
is unreasonable for auy individual j
to imagine that all in the world am
giftetl with intellect to appreciate j
the talent of two such artistes as I
am honored bv representing. For
, f. ...I.; .1 I
lllj ,11,11 Mllt illfi.l.lll III lilt- IIHIIIUI
financially. I wish ihcy were. Ah
regards -hat I did say iu the re
ported talk. 1 paid a really high
compliment to the supporters of
talent at the Opera House, ami shall
tlo so "abroad'' not for lining asked,
but to please my -elf. I am travel
ing from place to place, ami will bo
glad to ay a good wool for Hono
lulu wheleter I go.
M. L. M. I'UMiKlT.
l'ruvontiun Is Uotttir
Than cure, and thoo who aro sub-
ject to rheumatism can prevent at
I tacks by keeping tho blood pure and
fiee from the acid which causes tho
disease. You can rely upon Hood's
Sar-aparilla a a remedy for rliou
matiniu ami catairh, also for ovory
form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils
ami oilier diseases eaund by impuro
blood. It lone- anil vitalizes tho
Forms u iliirstile nail ela-tli;, nut n tirlu
I Ititnlns Hit Klosb ItniKur tlmn nay other
ItexlHts tliti ut'tloii of aeliU mill nlknlles
lie tier than any oilier oil.
Kiowa freely from the lirnli wltluml run-
II iilnj; itml nirt'inls well.
With the ttilillllon tit l.ltliiirxM, yields n
, li.tnl mirfnce, sultiihle fur tlnun, Hteis, etc.
Mixes reudlly with iiicinniit ernnuil in
I oil hi paste fnrui.
' llrtfi.au iiifr tliu riiul ulittilud lit tliM itliiPK
ami keeps tliem tuiiillureil.
Is it Holvelll for the unwt ilellente tif the
new i-oul tnr colors.
Pills are easy ami gentlo
i I.I. Hll.lJs IU'1-. AH issr I in: HO
V nuliiiii Until lli-.ir.l in future are re-iiue-li'l
! I"- iri'M'iiti'i ill tli') u'llt'ii nf the
liii.iil .-up ii-i.r nf llniiuliilii on the 'J'itli
ul i.uli iiluiiIi, i.lliervMs tlu-y Will he ex-
I 111 t llillll til 11 llllllllll s fsllllllllC mill Ilk. -
l nut to ne null tin iiiik r tun month
idler. lit unli-r n the Honolulu Itoinl
lluinl, ' W II. fl'MMINllrt.
vii -tf Itoa.l niiiervisor, llooolulil
i I.I. PA III 1 1. li:IUINH TlMlOiO
. Wiuiiki iiLuii 1'iitis in Miiiio.i Vnlliiy
are liereliV r, i.i-iii In iiliimn a Hriuik-
loll fruin'llii uii'lersiKlieil. nllierwlse the)
Mill l pro. 1 1 iili for ireapuo if fiillllil tin
the iirciiilect iMtliiiill smh i'rini.loii.
1 JAM. II. IKiYll.
at I lie I.11111I Olllee, hupielue tloiirl llullil-
litiiiultihi, June 17. lsai. 7fi.Vtf
Ailded to vuriibh ureiitly Improves the
wnrkliiK of the varnish.
Dues not darken white lend or uny dell
Has k renter body than any other oil.
lteiiilren oue-tlilnl luti plumelit than
auy other nil.
Can he uddeil to Hiim-i-iI nil mut it will
Hre.it ly Improve the Ihi-eisl.
Cm i be thinned wilh turpentine.
llv iielual tests, hits oiltlasteil the Ih-M
j IhlM-ed oil.
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever lumi
ufueliirisl. Direction for Use.
Pre Li't'Ol. in every rcspi-ci in the
n.ime luiiinici its ynii would liuscctl
oil, with ih" single exception tlun you
limy adit fully ouc-quurler more l.c
ooi. to tho same quantity ol pigment
ihiin you vviuhl of linseed.
Iu tisitii; uiciiillic. Vitucliitu leil, the
ochrch, anil other tby pi'iiunnis, it is
ntlviniihlc in mix up the paint ut least
out' flay lieforo it Is to hu tired, then
atltl a thiol morn l.i'tmi, ami the paint
vvil1 he ft hi in I to cover well nail have
ii gonil (:loss.
NKVKIt USK JAPANS.
While h.tril stirfiiccH such us Hours,
steps, etc , arc required use lit li.trgu
only, uevi-i use .lupans.
LPt'OL MIXES WITH VAH
N I.St IKS
.mil itbi-ists their winking ami uu
proves their uppeiiruuct! iitt niKV
hllOI'l.l) III: PSKP SA.MK DAY TIICY AKK
mixcii, nlliertviso the kuiii of ilu-vur-
nihil may he precipitated or the mix-
I The addition of from J lo A nf Li
i col. o vuriiishc tines not rcdu-'e then
In ire inn i -lurti their hinh-iiiu mid
thy inc. nml Ii pn vents iluir ci.ickuii;
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Sattirday, Feb. 17, 18H-
For about a year we've been
selling a French rat trap that
will catch as many as nine rats
at one seance. Some people,
those who have good dogs, pre
fer this trap because it pro
vides amusement for the ca
nine as well as the owner, the
rats beinir caup-ht alive. The
only objection to this sort of
trap is the price. People who
have no particular interest in
live rats objected to the price
of the French process of catch
ing them. A cheaper variety,
and a most excellent one, is
called the "Little Giant," which
is bound to kill every rat or
mouse that sticks his nose
aeainst the bait. We have set
six traps in a night and found
a dead rat in each one the
next morning. They are really
very good and cheap.
The consumer in Honolulu
may not have felt it but there's
been a shortage in charcoal
irons in this city during the
past six weeks. These things
come from Europe generally
and the tardy arrival of ships
around the Horn caused the
shortage. We have a few for
the retail trade and if you hap
pen to be in need of one now
is the time to subscribe.
By the "Alden Besse" wc
received a number of very
pretty porcelain shades for
lamps. These are handsomely
decorated and are suitable for
small lamps for any room in
the house. Some very pretty
and novel table bells came to
us by the same vessel and
from their appearance wedon't
imagine they will be long in
stock. These include the
popular electric bell that rings
the same as if you touched a
Hunter's Hour sifters have
taken first place in the kitchen
for sifting llour. They are a
convenient article and the
llour is made very much finer
than by any other sort of
Honolulu is very much like
some cities in the United
States. At least one day in
the week the whole town is on
wheels. It don't make much
difference whether your horse
is good, bad or indifferent a
whip and a cheap article is
worthless. We have recently
added some very good ones to
our stock which we sell at rea
sonable prices; you cannot fail
to be pleased with the one you
get of us.
Is it worth while saying any
thing more about the Jones
locked fence? It is growing
in favor so rapidly that every
one seems to know that it is
really the best fence to set up.
The economy of building and
strength after it is erected are
the two points that sell it. In
the numerous letters we have
had from people who have
used it there is not a line or a
word in contradiction of our
statements. People who buy a
trial lot of stays and washers
always send in a second order.
We are making a specialty of
this fence because we have had
encouragement from the peo
ple who are using it; we are
convinced that it is the best
and most economical fence
As with the fence so with
the enamel bath tubs. Success
has rewardeil our efforts to
bring them before the public.
The bath tubs, however, were
well known to every one here
through the advertisements in
magazines, people read them
every month so that they are
as familiar as A Ii (J. We
have a large assortment of
tubs ami sinks and can give
them to you at various prices.
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner inort Hotel Streets.
I BEG TO INFORM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
Will be offered to the Public nnd it will pay you to trade, at
th "TEMPLE OF FASHION."
I AM OFPEHINO NOW
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Assortment of Colora at 20 Cents Each.
Just Received by lnt "Australia" a Lnrgu Stock of
To be void for oxk wkkk only at 10eM 12c., 14c. and lOJc.
per yard. Goods worth 25c. a yard.
. . 250 PIECES . .
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from $1.00 to 75 centn.
. JJ xi JrC J j X G xx ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sta., .... Honolulu, EL I.
OK TUB (!KI.KKATi:n
Constancia & El Cometa Brands
. . . JUST TO HAND BX "OITY OK I'RKINU" . . .
fc3f These Cigars are direct from the factory and
should not be confounded with the cheap imitations which
are so frequently offered as the "Best Munilus." ONE
TRIAL of these Cigars will convinco you of their
HOLLISTER fc CO.,
33 'F'ort. Strftnt,
Honolulu., H. I.
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
CHAIRS, Etc, Etc
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
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Latest improvements In Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sofa Beds, Divan Lounges and SofaB,
Great Variety of Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and Hlgb Cbalrs.
Our Cnlilmii-MukiMK N'orkaliop Is S,iicrlur In Mi'ii uml Mutrrlnl.
ri'ltNITL'RE AND MATTIIKSMIS IIKI'AlltKI) AS GOOD AS NEW.
MATTING - LAID - AT - SHORTEST - NOTICE I
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