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BOHOOIi VACATION NOTICE.
Tho Regular Vacation of alt the Public
Schools In the Island', at the close of the
First Session of the year, will extend from
FRIDAY the Gth, to MONDAY the JEM
of April next,
lly order of the Hoard of Education.
W. JA8. SMITH,
Kducatlon Olllce, March 0, 1891. U?l-3t
DrpABTMKST or KtstiH-r., I
Honolulu, 11. 1., March U, lbltl.f
All Kniidoyees of the Oovcrnment, and
other persons to whom Monies may he duo
at the Hawaiian Treasury on or before the
31st day of March, are requested to present
Touchers for settlement on or before that
date; and all persons having Monies on
account of the Oovernment are requested
to make their returns promptly, in order
that there may bo no delay In closing tho
accounts for the llieunlal Fiscal IVriod
ending March 31, 1MM.
V. O. ASHI.KY,
U71-3t Registrar of l'ulillc Accounts.
DKrATMKST or KlNVNCK,
Uo.NoLl'l.ti. 11. 1., March A, IMU.i
To nil thoso parties supplying Merchan
dise, Provisions, and other Material for the
ue of the Government, notice Is hereby
given that the usual credit of three to six
months, grunted to first class buyers, will
Ik- exectcd and will lie us;d, a the occa
sion tuny require.
The Minister of Finance reserves all
right of payments for supplies, within tho
time nbove specllled.
Hills will he presented monthly, and not
later than the tilth day of each mouth,
when thuv will be proju-rly registered.
S. M. DAMON,
(TJ-31 Minister of Finance.
WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
A Ileal Monarchy (Letter 2, by "Kuiait
Jjile Foreign News, per S. rf. Oceanic.
Dave Hill Ts Itchiillca.
Levity of Legal Lights.
The KoK-rt lowers Wins.
IaciiI and (lenernl Items.
Willi Lies and Cant, concerning Hawai
An Aquatic Gem.
l)(nme Among Hawaiian Mltslunnrbit
by "Kumii Ao" corr.
a Ik jDuiUi IhiUrtin.
I'lrdutd lo neither Sect nor 1'urty,
Hut Kutahthhrd for Ihf Hrnrfil of AH.
TUESDAY, MARCH S, 181H.
DAVE HILL IS BAFFLED.
Clovolnnd'B Third Nomination for
Juttlco Unanlmouily Conllrmtd.
Wasiiinotox, February ID. Presi
dent Cleveland totlay broko the
dead-lock on tho Supremo Justice
tdiip, and punished New York for
her contumacy by selecting for tho
vacant post a man from tho other
end of tho Union Senator Edward
Douglass White of Louisiaua, who
was at once confirmed iu the place
by his colleagues. Indeed, the
promptitude of tho confirmation
excited almost as much comment as
the nomination itself. It was fully
iu accordance with tho traditional
courtesy of tho Senate that a member
of that body, when nominated for a
high public trust, stiouiu uo con
firmed without reference to commit
tee; but still, whou contrasted with
tho stubborn and prolonged contests
that have successively taken place
over tho Hornblowor and Peckham
nominations, tho prompt confirma
tion of Senator White ciitno as a re
freshing surprise to tho public. The
hasto of tho Senators to show cour
tosy to their colleague would not
even permit Daniel to finish his
speech on tho Hawaiian resolution.
Edward Douglass White was born
in tho parish of Lafourche, Louisi
ana, iu November, 1B15. His educa
tion was partially received at Mount
St. Mary's, near Emmottsburg, Md.,
and subsequently ho attended a Je
suit school iu New Orloaus, from
which he went to Georgetown Col
logo at Washington, D. C.
During tho war ho served iu tho
Confederate army. In December,
1808, ho was licensed to practice law
by tho Supremo Court of Louisiaua,
and six years later was elected State
oouaior. iu 1010 no wus aiiuiiumi
Associate Justice of tho Supreme
Court of his native State. Three
ears ago ho was elected to the
Jiiited States Senate, as a Democrat,
to succeed James B. Eustis, taking
his seat March i, 18U1. His term
would have expired iu 1HD7.
LEVITY OF LEGAL LIGHTS.
Parleys Spiced with Pepper by Law
yers and Interpreter.
Messrs. J. M. Davidson, lawyer,
and J. M. Vivas, Portuguese court
interpreter, created no little amuse
ment in tho District Court this
moruing, during tho trial of J. O.
Itomao, a Portuguese lad, for lar
ceuy of taro belonging to a China
man. Vivas was interpreting an
Bwers by a boy to questions pro
pounded by Judge Itobertson, as to
whether witness know the difference
between tolling tho truth and toll
ing a Ho. and if ho know there was a
God and a heroafter. Lawyer Da
vidson said something rollcctiug on
Vivas' interpretations, when tho lat
ter Uared up and said that Mr. Da
vidson had insinuated that he was a
liar. Mr. Davidson replied that Vi
vas was introducing his political
venom, this was a court of justice,
etc., and for a time there was quite
an excitement, which was finally
quelled by Judgo Uobortson. J. A.
Magoon, counsel for defense, then
questioned tho witness in English,
Davidson standing uoar tho stand.
Magoon objoetod to pr.'Boouting
counsel standing there, as ho might
frighten tho witness. Tho Judge
disallowed tho objection and tho
uuho wont ou amid laughtor.
LATE MEM NEWS.
San FnANctsco. Fob. 27.
Corjtfrossnian Wilson of Virginia,
author of tho now tarilT bill, is vory
low in Mexico, whoro he wout for re
cunorntion. Justice Cttllen of tho Supremo
Court has retulered another adverse
decision against MBo" .lohn Y. Mc
Katie, who will probably have to go
to Siiiu Sini; prison.
Ex-l'resitlont Harrison and party
nre on their way to California, where
ho is to doliverlecturos at Stanford
Sitrnille Baden, one of tho mo.t
brilliant and successful tniuing en
Kiueers in tho United Slates, is dead.
Mayor Gilroy of New Yurie is go
ing to Corotiado Bench, California,
where his wife and daughters are,
for a vacation.
A despatch from Georgetown,
Colorado, says a petition is being
circulated which calls upon the sil
ver States to secede and join the re
public of Mexico. Mayor Parker.
whoso tiatno heads tho petition, says
it will bo circulated hi every mining
camp in tho West.
Instigated by his mother, Tommy
Douglass, aged lit, shot and killed
Deputy Sheriir John Cowlelt while
levying on Mrs. Douglas' cow, at
Sherman, Alabama. A crowd gath
ered and lynched the youthful mur
derer. Steele Mackaye, tho successful
piaywrigut, (lieu oi cancer in tno
stomacl? while traveling on a train
Erastus Wliiian, the well-known '
lluancier and advocate of closer rela- ,
playwright, died of cancer in tl
lions with Canada, is under arrest l
for fraud iu New Yorh at tho iu. ,
stance of 11. O. Dun A: Co. He was J
refused ball. Wiman's name was
formerly iu that of the firm, ami hi
f- i.-ii .1... i ... i. i i .
irieuun hiii'uu i inn tie n.is ueen ine
r.vsiwitlailil.. Iii.nil .if ill.. ...m....rii I
responsiblo heatl or the concern tin-
til now. Wimau began lifo a a '
newsboy and bootblack at Toronto,
It is doubtful now if Dr. Talmage
will give up Brooklyn Tabernacle.
The Golden Hide Ltaaar, Sau
Francisco, has been burned. The
slock was valued at $2."0,Ol)0 to
?27i,()00, and the insurance amount
ed to about 51 70,000. Several neigh
bors of the proprietors, Davis Bros.,
sutrorcd comparatiely small losses,
though to some it was their all.
Senator Vance of Florida is said
to bo dying.
Norman L. Muuro, the wealthy
publisher of New York, is dead at
t lie early ago ol l J. lie was an en
thusiast in yachting and owned the
steam yacht Norwood built by Hir
resholf. Muuro was a unlive ol
Mrs. Jackson, a colored cook at
Cornell University, was killed In
poisoning with chlorine gas forced
into the hall at a hat.qiiel of fresh
men. 4.110 students :iiouy lliatifiny
of them are guilty'of tho outrage.
".Mother" Mauilolhaiuu, the no
torious fence keeper of New York,
died at Hamilton, Canada, where she
had escaped and started a new busi
ness. She, her son and her salman
were arrested there in I8SI, but as
the offence was not extraditable, the
trio were released. They hud jump
ed bail bonds of $21,000 iu New
York, and had diamonds thought to
bo worth SUI.OOO, which were believ
ed to bo stolen.
Evans and Morrcll. the escaped
bandits, have been captured.
Wells, Fargo & Co. have bought a
controlling interest iu the Commer
cial National Bank of Portland, Ore
gon. It is rumored that the Supreme
Court has prepared adeciniou against
Sau Jose ou every point regarding
the State capital of California The
decision is said to declare that the
oiler by Sau Jose of a capitol site
and $1,000,000 iu coin was iu tho na
ture of a bribe.
Wm. 11. Headley of Lexington,
Kentucky, forged warehouse receipt.
amounting to $ll,(KX) and skipped
out for Mexico.
Owing to riotous demonstrations
of tho unemployed iu Muslim last
week, the police Lnvu made extraor
dinary preparations to prevent a re
petition at a proposed parade to
day. Ex-Governor Peck of Wisconsin i
on trial for conspiracy.
Ex-Slinister Phelps is recoering
It is reported Embassador Iiavnrd
is anxious to come home from Lon
don. He is said to be averse to the
social functions of tho position.
Secretaries Lainout and Herbert
have prohibited football matches be
tween thecadetsof Auunpolix(uavalj
and West Point (military) aca
demies. It is officially denied that the Pa
cific Mail is to be sued foruou-fulfil-
ment of its mail contracts.
Admiral Ghornrdi has begun a
naval court of imiuiry into the loss
of tho U. S. S. Koar.siirgo. When
questioned under oath neither oil!
cers nor men had any complaint to
make against anybody for the wreck.
The Southern Paciiic has met the
Santa Fo rales. From Missouri river
to California the rate is $21) by the
Rock Island route.
The sub-Finance Commit tee of the
Senate has not completed its report
on tho tariir bill.
Registration of Chinese under the
Geary act is progressing rapidly all
over tho country.
Extra guards armed with rilles are
on duty at the World's Fair build
ings. Every effort in being made to
approheud the liiebugs.
TIIU NIC.VIIA0l CANAL.
It is the purpose of the Senate
Committee on Foreign Relations to
lake up Morgan's bill for the re
organization of the Nicanguan
canal during the present session
Morgan and Frye are both known
to be anxious to promote the euler
prise. It is understood the Presi
dent is convinced of the importance
of the canal, and Gresham is also in
accord with Morgan ou the subject.
Tho publication of the toMiinouy
tukon by this communion iu tho 11a-
waiiau invest igation contains many
allusions to tho canal brought out.
by question; asked bv these Sena
tors, to demonstrate tho importance
of controlling the islands in cao the
canal is built and to show tho
dependence of one interest on tho
The Concord has arrived at
Shanghai. The llniiiiingtoti touched
at S'. Vincent on her way across tho
Mitilh Atlantic and to San Francisco
via Cato Horn. The Lancaster has
arrived at Singapore on her way to
Xew York via the Zuez canal, and
the tvox has arrived at Newport to
take apprentices on a cruise to tho
Lieutenant G. I. Emmons ln boen
detached from the Columbian Ex
position and ordered to duty as
executive ollicer of tho 1'iuta, in
Alaska, relieving Lieutenant David
l'eaeoek, granted two months leave
Tho treaty with Tlus.sin is opposed
by tho fanners' representatives in
the German lieichslag. Count von
Moll ko opposed it in the name of
tho Imperialists. It i estimated the
treat v will pass by a majority of itO
Tho London Chamber of Com
merce enthusiastically supported tho
I'aciiic cabl" project
More IlritMi troops are to be sent
to Gambia, Africa, for the eompaign
against Chief 1'"oc!iilah and his
It is rumored that Gladstone in
formed the Oiieeu he was iroing to
miiliiK'ii fin iimrnl iufi fur bin nvi.a. '
.. ... :J r .' i .i " . .i . .. ,j ...'.: .
.inn iii-sircii im riwu miiti luu iu j
Loid (ii5ubery's acting as I'roniior
The JIouo of Commons has re
jected, by majorities ranging above
4.. - j - " -
,0 v? ""''t-ndmentsof tho Lord
to l,t,r"' coum-iN lull.
. A Uiousaml tineniployed In Vienna ,
,"ltl " ,,',,'"l, niid made riotous do-,
"". '"" "
l.v the regular police auled by spec.al
A b-.nib was thrownin he w.iulow
"f 1,"a,or aS lwt' ,,la,-v' b,,t Uwl
no damaifc. No arrets.
. , .. , . ... . . ...
AIIOII rorlO!", Clllt'l CUSIUUr Ot till ,
Austrian Slate Debt D.qmrtment.
.! V i i i V r' i . I ' ,
who absconded, being a defaulter for
ll'0,(nH) norms, lias commit ten sui
cide. A boiler explosion in the iron
works at Alexaudrowski, Uussia, kill
ed -" and seriously injured 10 men.
Sullivan mid Hardin will row Hait
ian and (iaudaur iu double sculls for
$'."00 and I he championship of the
world. Th race will b rowed over
the Thames champion course.
At a meeting of native and Eu
ropeans iu Calcutta resolution-were
pa-sod urging the Govnimciit to
endeavor tos ( I le I he silver question
by international agreement and to
appoint a loval commission, to in
clude tesjdeiits of India not ollieials
of the Government.
It is reported that rioting is of
daily occurrence at Granada. Nicara
gua, and thai Prenideut Zelaya is
sending troops tiioie.
It is slated at San Salvador Ilia', n
French syndicate has olloied a large
loan to Nicaragua iu exchange for a
General Honilla has triumphed in
Honduras, and General Wquc. has
found asylum iu Sau Salvador. Tho
American Minister confirms l he news
ol success oi i lie revolutionists.
IJritish I roups in (lamina were
ambu.'cailed and compi-llul to re
treat. They lot Lieut of Murines
F. . Hervev and eight men, and
had to abandon a fluid piece and
Sir William Collins Meredith, ex
Chief ,lutice of (J tobco, is dead at
the age of 8'J.
Japan will qmml .SiifM.OOO on tho
Mikado's silor uctldiiur.
The French Dag was pulled down
by residents of the Island of ltd-
atea, near 1 aluti. A man-of-war was
despatched fnnii Tahiti and the man
who committed I he act was arrested
and taken to New Caledonia. Five
dajs after ariival there he was to
have been shot.
i m: u ii in iiii.wii..
The rebel warshin Juniter was
sunk iu Klo bay by the explosion of I
a MD'U iu ner ooiier room. ll'r
powder inag.r.ine took fire and bletv
her up. Her euiiio crew peiished
and adjacent tcs.-cls were injured by
After a fight between the forts and
the rebel lleel, I ho ieOi'1 warship
Aquidaban escaped out cf the har
bor. She signaled from outside that
sue was all riglit. fc.it lior the Aouula-1
imuortiitt laiiiauitar.', or Kutli, will
altlii'K IVlXoto Miindron.
A it .bli'graui was rmoiwd by Sec -
rntnrv Hirli,.rl fr.iiii .liiMr..l It ...
rntan lli-rliort from Admiral Hon-
liaiu at Kio, which stati-a thai ho has
traufiTri'd liN Uasj from tho Sau
rraiu'k-o to tho Now York. ujs
purpose was to allow tho San J'rau-
fnh aTho HhipVnn.'uikhuc'turtls
fit fllltv 111 wlni'llilf tli rli.t li-.rli.tfe ni.il
i . t I fit l . i
now it is tho Now Yorli's turn. Uimi-
MlttJ ) ll tit Ulll llllllftllf 11
ham aiulhtairaro tho only pemons in
tin) Uwl who are uuablo to indul;;o
iu a I'haiif,''.
Tho New York Worlds eornnon
diut aKsoilsthat the llriti.sli warshiiis
Sirius and Healo are aiding the
rebel Moot, in runiitiii; iu and out to
carry newspapers, vegotablea, etc., to
A Kio dospateh oT rb. Ill -a:
".Meri'hant oi-els ai thin port are
uillorhi? fUPiinly fniwaut of water
lii'cau-o of the refusal of insur;euts
to allow a water boat to ljo aoout
the bay and supply hi h craft with
Iron water. I lie captain ol the
Ibitish luetchantman Nasinyth inado
application to the IJiiImi man ol
war for aoislauce nc sitiry to en
able him In obtain a supply of water,
and was ciiutoiuptiioiHly refiiMid.
The inurchaul skioper prupo-ed ap
plying to Admiral Hetihaiu for aid,
whenuipou the commander of (he
urvrrei M.ee,iniv niiHwnr...! tiini
heuiiKlitdo a he bki'il. The cap -
tain of the merchantman then up
pealod lo Admiral limhaiu, who ai-
"! I;";""'"'l UillioiiriiUiBiinnl
the water boat under Inn American
"'eses of all nations aro peeking
tho pioteeiiou of tho tinted States
Hutf. Uritioh bailors aro opuiilyciir -
ing tho English oflicors, who, they
declaro, aro sacrificing conunorco to
aid Da Gatna. Evidence of tho ox
isting feeling in this respoct is givon
in tlio fact that at tho principal
lauding yestorday tho British flap
was tramolcd iu tho dirt by British
sailors, whoso ollicors expressed no
word of disapproval of thoir net,
which was accompaniod by cheors
for Undo Sam."
THE ROBERT LEWERS WINS.
So the Allco Cooke Has to Oo to
Tho schooner Robort Lowers, Cap
tain Goodman, arrived at Sau Fran
cico on Feb. 17th, 10 days, and tho
schooner Alice Cooke, Captain Pen
hallow, on Fob. 20th, It) days, both
from Honolulu. Both captains had
made a wager beforo leaving hero
that whoovor arrived in San Fran
cisco first would load for Honolulu,
tho loser going to Nowcastlo, N. S.
, for coal. Tho Alice Cooko had
twenty-four hours of calm middlo
part of passage. On Fob. 11 sho
carried away foregaff and foreaheot
block, and split tho foresail. Seven
days out from Honolulu Captain
Peuhallow sighted tho Robert
For seven rears or moro Mrs. W.
D. Louder, of Quincy, Ky., was sub
ject to severo attacks of cramp colic
Mr. S. H. Morse, a druggist of that
place, recommended Chamberlain's
i Colic, Cholera and Dinrrha-n Item-
edy. which has effected a permanent
euro, saving tier much sulloriug Do
sides tho trouble and expense of
sending for a doctor, which was
olteu necessary, tor salo y all
dealers. Benson, Smith A: Co.,
Agents tor tho Hawaiian Islands.
Wo have just iccclvttd nn-
otluT cargo of liny and Grain
, ,, ,.t i ..
by the Mnngtml," IKJI'SOIlllHy
Hck'cteu by our manager in
California; and as wo buy
tho licKt, a word to tho wise
is KtillU'icnt. Prompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Oi'i'ioi: : Corner Queen
and Xtuiauu streets. Hotb
Wai.kiioi'.sb : King street
near O. K. & L. Co.'s Depot.
Hoth Telephones H3.
By Lowi J. Lovoy.
Good Chance Tor Stamp Collectors.
On WEDNESDAY, Mar. 7,
AT 12 OVI.OOK NOON,
a.t tsrr saXjH2SR,oom
I will Hell at l'ulillc Auction tunny Hnru
Provisional Government Stamps, En
velopes, Postal Cards and a Few
Sumo Choice Old Numerals and
Original Uku Letas.
BY VlltTUr. OK IICOUKKH MAOK 11V
the Hon. W. A. W'liilliit,', HrxtJiuliM
of tin- t'lnmit Court for tlui Klrnt Circuit.
i ,i,,i,,i .-b. u, iwi, una May 22, wa, In a
I Milt In iiMiliy iiiIiik In mild Court,
1 ''""'k'" '.'' 'luu Bi.r.-ckelit. cniuplniimiit,
I 'K"l"t (ll'iirgu . J IllefarlulIP, dffuililailt,
,, , ,,,. , t,0 Buproiiie Court In
J Mini cult ili.tu.l 8-pt. i, ls'i'l, byonlrrof
Hiury .Smitli, MnMvr In Oliamcry, I will
I M'l'at I'uhllo Ain-tion, ut iiiyHulennMiins,
I '" 1,,,"olul11-
i Oil S&tlllQIiy, MSLTGll iO, 1894,
AT 12 0'OI.OOK NOON,
All or tboso 1190 Shares In the Capital
Stock o( tbe Walkapn Sugar
Nioii'il In (Vrtiflcatcn Nos. AS, fi'J and (X),
U'llIK llll) IIIHU UUIIICil iu wild suit to
riitUf) tint Dtcreea madu tliorolu.
Terms CasU in D. S. Gold Coin.
KuiiniiH and Tniuiifurs lit vxneiiko
ol puri'lmiiT A dopolt of IU rraut of
tliKiiiiuiunt did Allllitirt'iiulrcdaHt'viduucc
of K'"d (altli,
FOR S-A.LB1 1
CHOIt K VAIMKTIKH OK
' . anh
.,m I Tin
, TaOOgO SUQar LOal
,,0M ,M,.0KTi:i) STOCK.
i For Sale in Quantities to Suit Purchasers.
jas. IP. Morgan.
Hainan flsnlwm (in, I'll
Saturday, March .7, 18!4.
A hundred years and more
ago the architects of what was
destined to be the grandest
and greatest Republic on the
face of the globe were draught
ing plans and selecting material
for a foundation which should
last, unaffected by future inter
national or civil strifes, until
the millenium should come.
Among the sixteen or more
reasons why the Colonists wish
ed to separate from the mother
country was the tyrannical
action of the King of Great
Britain in indicting laws which
prevented the population of the
territory and the naturalization
For nearly a hundred years
the United States invited immi
gration unconditionally and
during that period Great Britain
and the European countries,
whose laws were oppressive to
the poor contributed toward
increasing their population; the
people sought homes under a
government created for, by and
with the people. The immi
grants were not told that they
must have five dollars or five
thousand, they were told to
come-rich and poor alike-and
"lo-day the country from Maine
on the north to the Rio Grande,
on the south, and from the
Atlantic to the Pacific, shows
the thrift and energy of the
descendants not of those who
were rich when they first trod
the shores of Iil Dorado, but
who came poor and acquired
The founders of the govern
ment knew nothing of what was
west of the State of Pennsylva
nia but they did know of the land
east of the Atlantic, their hope
was in immigration and they be
lieved that there was enough
land in thirteen states toaccom
modateall those who would join
them from the old world. Ha
waii is young yet and evidently
too young to recognize the ad
vantages of increased immi
The American is of a roving
disposition, constantly seeking
new worlds to conquer, and he
doesn't always start out with a
sack full of gold with which to
do it. Ordinarily he depends
upon his grit and gall to accom
plish for what a man of any
other nationality would need
Read the biographies of great
men and you will imu they be
gan a little below the bottom
round of the ladder and reached
the top through hardship and
exertion fifty dollars would
have been, to them, an amount
as large as the reserve fund in
the Bank of England.
In Hawaii we arc to have a
diflerent order of things; the
future generations of people
who come here now will not be
able to say that their fathers
came with less than a dollar and
grew rich through cultivating
the land or by working their
way to the heads of mercantile
or manufacturing concerns, and
will their pleasure be greater in
saying "thoughtjur fathers were
poor they had money enough to
admit them under the restricted
immigration act. We trow not.
What a gilded paradise we will
have ? What an exclusive four
hundred set we will be able to
boast of in the sweet mahupe.
The people of the United States
will open their eyes when they
learn that 1 Iawaii, a practically
unknown land up to a year ago,
opens its s.icred arms to the
contract laborer of any nation
ality and closes its doors to the
poor devil who starts out on his
own hook with less than fifty
dollars in his pocket because
under the new law he is a pau
per. The tourist, too, will en
joy it long enough to change
his route and spend his money
Verily this is a wonderful
country, and the Jones wire
fence is a wonderful invention
Hawaiian Hardware Co., J'd
0pi0Rltfi Hpreokxl' Work,
307 FOKT STREET.
Oorner Fort As
TO INFORM MY CUSTOMERS
I WILL HOLD
EVERT WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH.
"Will be offered to tho Public and it will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF FASHION."
... t AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant AHsortment of Colura at 20 Cents Etteh.
Jut Received by last "Aiihttraliu" a Largo Stock of
To be sold for oxk wkkk o.vi.y at 10c., ll'Jo., Mc. and lOJc.
per yard. Goods worth 25c. a yard.
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from $1.00 to 75 cents.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
The Drug Business heretofore carried by IIol
lister & Co. has been incorporated under the
name of the . . ....
Hollister Drag Co., L'd,
Having the largest and most complete stock in
our line, we are prepared lo off p our customers
the best goods at the lowest prices.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
583 ."F'ort. St.-rvt. - Honolulu, H. J. -
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IMPORTER AND D12ALI2K IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR ami FEED.
Fresb California Roll Baiter and Island Butter
1W ALWAYS ON HAND 3
Mew Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
All Onion fiiitlitully nttvml to.
uml iai'ktnl with curu.
Lincoln Block, Kino Struct,
IIOTH Ti:i.KI HONKS 210
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frosh Goods by Every California Stoamor.
ICE - IIOU8E - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Orukils Solicited. Jgt g,OT Satisfaction Guaranteed.
II. E. McJNTYltE & BUO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New (jumU Iti'ivlvcl by Kviiry I'mlii'l (rum tbu KiiMcru htiitin ami Kuri.
FHESH CALIFORNIA - 1'RODLUIi - IJY - KVKKY STKAMUlt.
All OiiIith fulibfiilly iiuiiiiili'tl to iimt (liioila Diilivt'ii'il tu uiiv
I'urt u( tim city riti:i:.
Im.anu Orders Solicited.
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