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OABU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PIMIM ASH AKTKU JUNK I. 18U3.
To Ewa Mil.!..
Leave Pearl Cltv.
Arrlvii Kwo Mill..
Une Bwn Mill (1:21
Lenvi' I'rnrlClty.. .0:55
Arrive Honolulu . 7:30
O. b'uinhi vs excepted.
I). SntuntniR excepted.
0,'JW llNUM i llUUtt. ,
THUltSDAY, MAKC1I 8, 1HU1.
Wi.iismiivy, Mnr. 7.
llnywnr.1, 111 ilny fniin
Tut'Rsir, Mnr. S.
Am eclir Amin, Xorlit-rp, put hack for re.
pairs tiruin Miinmii)
Am Iiktnt' W II Dliiiowl, Nll-on, IU,
(rum Snu I'rnnrlM'ii
-.. . . i .
Am celir Allen A, brlianu, 2:1 days
Ktlnr Knnla from Kalmktt
Ktnir Iwuliuil from Kauai
Titritnv, Mar S.
OSS MurlMi.ii, linynnril, fur ban Trail
elce at ; p in
Vossoli LouvinR To-morrow.
Hour Kinaii for bilinlim, Mimlncn, Make
ua, Mnliilkutui, Knwiiliinc, Ijiupalnie
liou, iliikalaii, lliiiiiinm, roliakiiinaiiii.
l'occki-o, tlliomva, I'lipilkuii nml llllo
at 2 p in
From the Cnluiilus, per S S Mnrlim-a.
March 7 faliln: Mrs Itrlckmali, Mli
(,'lniruli and 71 In trau-lt. Mu. niK: II
Juancn, Jnlm Call, l'lcrrc AHt'lic mid Bi
I'er ean I'ranflM'o, kt 8 H Marlpon,
March h-T II Davit1 and rim, 'i .Miminl,
WJI, Mi'l-au, i:V.I Klduull, Mr-t'h
Mead and dauulitur, William lt", (' W
Kliee, C H Melmirv, 1 U l'ratt, J I. Mc-
Ijnirv, II II Kenton, nr jmyMin ami wile,
V 11 linnlios and wife, Mr-S HiikIic.-, 1"
li oreuory, a .m ooniin , in aim
child, llev W I llickuy.
nml .Mr T 11 lllnliiip, 0 A Hpr.rktl., V h
11 lllxliop, U. Hpnrktl-,
llond. earn I.oilU-oti. I-. Ma rfeldt. 1 1 null
(limn, I. K l'lukliam, Mr II 1 CM! J II
Morrell, lln II Morrell, Mii.sU Merroll,
(.'npi Palmer, Mrs t!apt I'lexm, Mli"e
Albu (2), M I. M I'lunkett, (lisir;c W Mae
farlane. Shipping Notos.
The city front l sliH-ktsl with alllny
Tim ittuamor Khiail will leate to-morruw
ufiernoon on her Usual route.
There nru four vcdi in pert ll lilt; '"'
lIii($of tho houneof W. (I. Irwin ,V Co.
Tlio Amurlcan M'hooiior Anna In tied up
nuur thu Ociiinlc wharf awaiting repulr.
bhu U from Kaliiilul.
Tho American Nchonmir Allen A.Sl'Iiiikc,
urrlvt-d tliU meruhiK. 2.1 days from llurekn
Cal., with 370.OH0 feot of lumber for Allen
.V Itoljlnoon. Hlio experienced lluo weather
with Iota of culm.
Tho Froaocution Falls to Make Out
F. G. L. Harden was brought be
fore tho District Magistrate this
morning ou the charge of being a
disorderly person and for uttering
threatening language against Cap
tain Klemmu of the mounted patrol
on March 'Id. Harden pleaded not
guilty, and Klomuio, tho complain
ant, and Simon von Topaz, patrol
man, were examined. Their evi
dence was tothuelfecl that ou Satur
day night, March ild, defendant had
incited a crowd to mob them (the
otllcors). J. lie deieiulaut had oenn
told to shut up, when ho cursed ami
said ho wouldn't, and that ho had
tlio Kuglish consul to back him up.
Defendant was excited and ciiedout
to Klommo, '"To h 1 with you, I'm
got as much power behind 1110 as
you havo." There were twelve to
thirteen men in tho crowd, but 110
violence was committed ami no
blows struck. Harden walked out
on tho street when ho was arrested.
Charles Croightou, who appeared
for defeudaut, made a motion for
disohargoou thostorootypod grounds
of the prosecution not having made
out its case. The motion was al
lowed and Harden is again a free
man. Members of tho patrol
threaten that next tium the nab
Harden, it will bo a good ca-e,
"Perhaps you would not think so,
but a very largo proportion of dis
eases in Now York come from care
lessuess about catching cold," .s.tys
Dr. Cyrus Fdson. "It is such a sun
plo thiug and so common thai very
low people, unless il is a cae of
pneumonia, pay any attention to a
' "" cold. Now Yorkisonoof the healtlii
C est places on the Atlantic Coast and
yet there are a great many case.-, of
catarrh ami consumption winch have
their origin in this neglect of the
simplest precaution of every day life.
Thu most sensible advice is, when
you havo one got rid of it as soon as
possiblo. By all means do not neg
lect it." Dr. Kdsou docs not tell
vou how to cure a cold but wo will.
Take Chamberlain's Cough Wouicdy.
It will relievo the lungs, aid expec
toration, open the secretions and
soon ell'ect a permanent cure. 'Jo
and 50 cent bottles for salo by all
dealers. Donson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Havvuliuu Islands.
LOCAL AND OENEKAL NEWS.
''A. 11. C." wantfl u second-hand
1 Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Woathor
cloar, wind fnsli northeast.
I Mail luMico by tlio Mariposa com
prised 1")1 lutters and lfifi" papora.
Tin? Y. M. C. A. monthly iiu-oting
will bo liuld to nilil at 7:JJ0 o'clock.
Trustees of tlio Queen's Ioipitnl
are called to moot at l'O o'clock
A judicial nolicu of tlio bank
ruptcy of D. M. Crowley appoara
P. (J. Jones will act for T. May
under power of nttornoy while the
latter is absent from the islands.
Thoro were two cabin
It was the whaling bark
which Cantain Noilsou of tho
antino Geneva sighted on March I
oir the islands.
Leong See Chiug has retired from
tho firm of Loong Chong Keo A: Co.,
shoo manufacturer. Xuuauu street.
Seo notice clcowherc.
A riitvnril U iilTnrntl Iiv Mr.4. F. S.
Pratt to any one giving infonnatioii
who set her picinises, at the beach,
tin tin.. See dortieuient.
i Mrs. Gans will givo a lecture upon
l Loudon, illustrated with more than
one hundred superb views, etc., lor
tho bctielit of Knwaiahau Church.
I See adxertisoiiieiit.
Mrs. F. S. Pratt is convinced that
tlio fire on her Waikiki premises tho
other tiny was tho work of au incen
diary, as her Chinaman was ab.-cut
in town when it happened.
J. Hill and G. Hi own nro under
arrest at tho Police it at ion for vio
lation of passport laws. Tho two
came on tho S. S. Warrnnoo. Their
case has been r-ct for Match 10.
Knka was tried and found not
guilty in tho District Court to-day
tor being lotiud unlawfully on the
premises of Mm. Ldlis on Fob. I".
It was another fellow who made the
It is said that a elm fa joint has
been running in full blast at (he cat
tle pen near ihe railway wharf for
tho past lew tlaj. A entry perched
on the fence watches whdu th- game
Captain Fliclilenhoefer of the
German warship ISiissard slipped ou
the deck of his vessel at Auckland,!
injuring his leg. Erysipelas set in.
and tho le' had lo he amputated
just below the knee.
Tho Hawaiian National baud play- ,
ed at tho departure of tho S. S.
Mariposa this afternoon. Thoro was
a large crowd on tho wharf to wit
ness tho departure of tho liner. Tho
Colonials fully appreciated Ihe line
music of the Nationals.
Ouu of the passengers bv the
Oceanic was Aiinlm IS. Ilrown, A.
M., principal of O'lh'giulit School i
for IIo. sand Voting Men. Los An
geles, Cal. Professor llii.wu is go
ing lo mnko a 100 days' trip through ,
Japan. Jin left his card at the Hi i.
Marshal Hitchcock is nut expected
back from Kauai in less than four or
llvn weeks. After disposing of tin
trouble at Maua plantation, he will
take a vacation. It is said he has
been so hampered and worried by
tho reports of spies and specials that
his health ha been foiunwhat im
paired. He wants to cM'upn the ani
mals. l-'UN OF THE l'O ROC.
Tlioy Run an Annexationist Editor j
Into a Coll. -
Joseph Kaw.'iiiiui, editor of the '
native paper Kuokoa, was arreted ;
without the formalin of a warrant
Ihe other day ami locked up in a ,
cell for a few iiiiuiiii-s. The editor
was silling in a chair at the Police
Station when tho captain on watch
in a lit of fun cluppoii manacles on
him, and two othoitilllcor-, catching
ou to 1 ho joke, grabbed the nnm-n-tiouisl
editor and carried him down
below. He was put in a oil and the
door locked. Poor old ".loo" shook
his iiriuacleil liand at the p rpotru-
1 M,u ,imi thii.ai..u..d ho unnld m.iUo
tors ol what 'eoiiii'O to Inm au in-
It 111 III for them when ho t-'Ot
Joe was eventually reiea-ed,
has never been iiroiiud tho
tiou since, while the ollicers
looking for a "roasting" in the
S. S. i)Iuripoaa.
The following is Purser Thomas
Smith's memo, of the S, S. Mari
posa's vojugu from the Colonies.
Sailed from S.vdney, Feb. 10 at ." p.
in.; sailed fmiu Auckland, l'eb. lil
I at '2 p. in.; sailed from Apia, r'nh. '2
i at f p. m. North of the Ivpiator
had verj strong N. K. trade- with
I lieavj head M'.'i.
1 She bioiight the following im
, port'itions: tl'J pltgs, oilmen's stores,
l.'l pkgn. drugs, l.'i pkgs. merchaii
; ilise, :so' pkgs. mullet, iM) plg.
onions, 1 px'', chee-e, I pkg. tier
1 fuiueiv, I pkg ela pipes, III pkg.
I pilie Micliois, I iv. t,.;i, '2, keg- but-
1 tor, I pkgs. gailie, I pkg. bacmi, 170
pkgs potatoi-.,, 17 pkgs, lim s Con
I slo(i,.,; Jl, .M;,y (Jn,, i 1 1 1 i -1 C
Co., W. G. lr. in .v Co., (i. W. Mac
failann V Co, ) lnirclilaegi'r A
Co., lien-on, .smith A Co., Then. II.
Daiis Co, ll.vmau linn., 10. Jor
dan, McChosucv A Si ids, Alliiu Her
bert, 11. K. Mclnt)n llro., P. (i.
fclupwieclo il Iton Disposed Ot.
Consul General MilU secured pa-sage
fur seven 'if the shipwioekod
Clew of the bat Kent me llllo, lost oil
the lliiivan eua-i.on ilmM S. Man-po-a
this afleiuooii. That olllcial
has aUo found places for the mate,
steward and 0110 m .iiiiau 011 railing
vomoI- iu poit, 1,0 Unit all have been
provided for. ami in coticcquouco a
big load is oil' iho Consul-General'
PROVISION Ali LEGISLATURE.
Rogulrtr Qonornl Session of tho Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
President Dole was in the chair at
tho regular weekly session of tho
Executive and Advisory Councils
this afternoon, with him being pros-
out: Ministers Hatch, King, Damon
and Smith; Councillors W.U. Wil
der (Vice-President), John Kinmo
luth, V. V. Allen, Henry Vatcrhoue,
John Enn, 12. D. Tommy, Ed. Snhr,
Jns. l Morgan, C. IJolto and .1. 1'.
Minutes of last meeting were rend
by Dr. C. T. llodgors, secretary.
"Minister Hatch presented n reso
lution forwarded l)y tho American
League, avowing that 1). IS. Smith
was and is tho candidate of tho
League, that D. 13. Smith was unani
mously nominated at a mass mectinjr
of tho Annexation Club, and that
what the Scliuetzen Club said about
D. IS. Smith's having to take a secret
oath was not fact.
Minister Hatch also presented tho
petition of A. W. Keech, V. 13. Mc
Stockor, '. C. Jones, Geo. Strato-
meyor, J. 1J. Atitorton ami otuers,
praying that D. I). Smith bo elected
to tlio vacancy in mo
Until Dresentmcnts were received
to be considered in the election.
Minister Damon read tho weekly
fliiniialnl statement as foil
rcevsuvi. Srvmti.s.T inn tin-
l.M'I.S'J M.tlll II 7, l-'ll.
I!K I IIT-.
iliiverntiieiit n.iliatloii. . .
M i n;ets
Crown hands . ...
Hnle of ilovcriitnetit bonds.
I 21,2lM IN
i U.TI.' I tt
I ."-is 2.1
7i.7 10 i
5 12 i)
1,12 no I
vin no i
Total trca-iirj luilatiec ns above
I xrc.MiiYi iir.-
.Itlillciary Di'parlmeiit .
lliireau of I'llldi
Ml -eel I niiMiil-
I'Iii.uici lleparliiient -S.ilnrlei
and Incidental- .
Allonicj lieiiernl's Heiit...
Ito.icl taxes tn sH'cl.ll ieHilt
cIiimi1 lax' to rsvlal ilesll
r.i-'.al SiiVMin- U.iiiK Withdrawal-
. . .
Piu'liielit- under eetlou 2
Hue I. S. Ilauk mid I'.
! .7 it v, 7ou no
f l.l'is 1 vi 7
r. s. mvK mi mo.
Nollie- this ,1:11k of wltli-diawal-
m iiurhm Mireli,
April am! May, 1-'.M..
C.1-I1 ou baud
I i.Vis no
17 ''-t li-
l'itiivisnxi, imvriiNMlxr wkvh,
'.i' uses l'rovl-1 uial tiotrn-
mint In date ..$ jrt.isit U
I his illinium covers nil cxk'i-cs Inelild
hilt milltarv ami Item- not approprlited
by tlui la-t f.c,ds'aturc.
mkmii eu i nu.si'ti.
OutUlldlM):certllle.lte... f Jsl.lMJMI
Ccrilllcitcs with. Ira aii fiom
circiil itioii unit dcH)-iled
fur Mife knpiiiir i J'.mjo no
Cu-b hi trca-urv lo rcdii'tii all
uuii.iiidtui;ccrillciiti . JsI.ikki O)
Total ainoiiiitcertlllcat"- .t il.7S)'no
Ca-h ru hand
II ink . . .
Italaiice to credit of
2 is.ll.li Ol
Hoards in treasure
I till 11 nee to cridll of N
Hoard in Inasit'.v
Avidlaiilc ca-h, current
I. 107 ll
I. I'U II,
i jii si:, ":i
i .n't. M7 in
. .'is, Ml 02
One current ace itnt from
v.iiu'k- 0 loin fund
Due current account from
vaiiei's to I'u-i.il .v
ll-i III Mol -.
hub'ldv to -tiur-.
Minister Hatch presented arepoit 1
of the Judiciary Committee 011 the.
petition of Loin Iviiu for ptrduu.
They recomuioiid that as Linn Kun
is under au iiidictmeiit, the p-titiou
lie laid oil the table. Adoplod
The same committee n uiui"iid-
edthat the petition of Anna Gert
for a pardon to Chris. Gert., on the
expiration of his term of si mouths'
iiupri-oninout', be granted iu cmi
Mileration of the prisoner's age.
This would remit hU lino of tf.'iOD,
.Mr. Ijiiiiieluth would like to a-k '
if Gert. had not ?.00 111 his own
name. If so he did not sen why ho
should be granted a paidou. 1
Minister Sinitli aiisweieil that the
committee had taken everything
into consideration. Some of the
prisoner proper!) waseiiciinibiired,
1'lie high puualt.v would bo a preco
Tho report was adopted against
but 1 wo vote-.
Minister Hatch presented the re
purl id the Judiciary Comiiiitieo ou
a Constitutional Convention, Mih
iirtiiug a lull to piovido for Mich.
It was ordered that tho bill be
read a liist time.
The convention is to bo formed of
the Kveutivo and Advisory Coun
cils and eighteen delegates to bo
Sl of thu eighteen delegates aie
lo bo elected fiom Oahll, live from
Hawaii, four from Maui, Mololi.u
ami Lauai, and linen from Kauai
ntors are to be male reident.
1101 le.-sthau tweiit) years of n'e.
wlei have lived iu thin country iml
I is-than one year, who havo paid
theo tax s for V.i:i, and have taken
au iiath pi.iwdod in this Act.
I he old inm is In be by ballot im
dor rules Kimil.it to tlmse of last gen
The chairman of the Incentive
and Advl-ury Councils shall bo presi
dent of thu con volition.
A form of tho oath to bo taken by
each elector is given in tho bill. It
makos him swear that ho will sup-
port and bear true allegiance to tho
Provisional Government of tho Ha
waiian Islnuds, that ho will opposo
auv attemnt to restore Liliuokalani
to tho throne, and that ho will
opposo the restoration of monarch
cai institutions in incso isiamis
Tho bill passed lirst reading.
Mr. Morgan asked what had be
come of tho bill to regulate Chinee
Minister Smith explained that the
matter of a Constitutional Conven
tion had prevented the giving of due
attention to tho bill.
Mr. Tonuoy moved a resolution in
favor of opening negotiations with
tho Government of Portugal for tho
introduction of Portuguese laborers
with their families into these si
amis. Mr. Young seconded the motion,
Mr. Emmoluth asked if the report
in tho Star last night was correct,
stating that mora .Japanese had
been sent for by the tteniner
Minfctur Smith and President
Dole explained that tho Japanese in
question woro fcout for under the
, exiMin ircaiy wuii .nipan
Tho bill to civo a iiension to tho
witlovv of Kauliane, tho policeman
killed in tho discharge of duty,
passed first reading.
Tho bill to amend tho Oaliti Hall
way Act passed second reading.
Minister Smith, on behalf of tho
Hoard of Health, gained a delay of
one week for tho lirst reading of the
Leper Sett lenient postal franking
The bill relating lo dangerous
persons came up for second reading.
Mr. Tenney moved tho bill bo
considered section by section.
Mr. Morgan moved that the bill
bo indefinitely postponed. This was
the strongest measure ho had ever
known iu this or auv other country
President Dole Is this motion
Minister Damon -I second it.
Mr. Morgan, resinning, expressed
the opinion that tho military and
police ought to be able to take care
of dangerous persons under tho laws
Minister Damon said they were
looking toward constitutional pro
cedure. The bill was arbitrary iu
its provisions. Ity adopting such
measures they were drifting away
from their course of peaceful con
struction. They had been in power
more than a year and had got along
without such drastic laws as that
one propo.scd. Il seemed to him tho
bill could well bo postponed.
Minister Smith replied that the
bill was certainly a very radical one,
which might bo called a war measure.
Yet it was not, as had been charged,
a ISussiau measure. Iu Wussin 0110
Minister could send a man to Sibe
ria without a trial. This bill was iu
line with laws existent in various
Ktiropeau countries for expelling
persons who were a menace to pub
lic safely. They guarded their own
hou-es -their casllos -against un
lawful intrusion, ami why should
not a nation have a similar right to
guard itself against enemies .' IL,
spoke of the freipiciit visit, of steam
ers from foreign countries, and con
eluded by moving Mint the lirst sec
Mr. Waterhouse seconded this
The motion to indefinitely post
pone the bill was lost.
Minister Smith had 110 objection
lo deferring the bill another week.
Mr. Tenney moved it be so de
ferred. Vice-President Wilder moved tho
bill be laid ou tho table. lie was
not prepared to support so severe a
measure as this under tho prc-out
outlook. That was a queer proposal
of law which would compel a man
to piove his own innocence. As this
bill had passed its lirst reading, and
they could pass a bill very quickly
there (laughter), ho thought they
could let it lie on the table until
ucce-sity for it aro.se.
The motion to lay on thu table
lost, and tho bill went over for one
The election for tho vacant seat in
thu Advi.-ory Council was then held.
D. IS. Smith and Thomas Sornnsou
were the candidates. Smith receiv
ed 1 1 votes, ami Soreuson .'I
Tho I'loiidont declared D. II.
Smith duly elected.
.Mr. Fmmeliitli moved a resolution
that the Post master-General adver
tise for tenders for all tlm surcharg
ed P. (i. potigo si amps remaining
011 hand. If "ferred to I'linmce Com
mittee. Minister ."smith htid there was cor-rc-pmiilonco
from Washington to bo
lead, and the Councils at 2:10 went
into executive session to hear the
si:. (iSli - HAM)
iV Itr.ikc, lowi-t i'ii-Ii
pr i'i'. .V''ly ut mi' !
Di'itisti my Aitsi:.scr. khom thi:
lliiwai.itti Islunil-. Mi. I' C. .Inni's
vv II ni't fur mi- iimlrr mt of iiitnriiu in
ti I iimtiins pi. tiilmnu tu mv imviilii li'isi
n. -s. r. MAY.
ll.iimlillil. Mari'h s mi Ii7il
n Commi-rcutl I'nntiiiji
a1' il ni l.ni" rnt ft the
V. It .,
AT TILE CLUH STABLES !
.sir. I'miiii I. i, .' -ii Iiv Hill" Hull, 7.i,
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li hi'l vuih.' mil iiii'l a in i I ntmir in
Uf, .1 uimil irl ii ' iiinl a iMiiw riii'i Inn-i'. II -tuml lui u 'nnlinl
ut III I'Y ( ni HiU.I.VllS I'lllt THK SI'.Asii.s, inviii'li' in nine
linrut n linsl In s'i.' tn fnrty.slx nuiromil irn.tn.,."l Inrij-twn rolt
LAME DUCK COMES IN.
Tho schooner Anna, Captain Nor
borg, was towed into port this morn
ing. It was noticed her bowsprit,
jib-boom and starboard cat-head
uoro missing. Mate Williams gave
tho following account of her oyago:
Tho Anna left San Francisco on
February l!J in ball.rd for Kaliultii.
arriving there on March 2. She
cleared from thai port on Tuesday
lat with a cfirgo of sugar for San
Francisco, and shortly after mid
night Wednesday uiortiitii; the
schooner encountered a heaty squall,
carrying away the gear mentioned.
When the storm tils di die u reck
ago was picked up and (. aptaiu Nor
berg decided to put back to Hono
lulu and have repairs made. This
was done, tlm A1111.1 arming here
without further mldiap. The mate
is of tho opinion lu.it sin will bo
ready for sea in four or live davs.
when d.o will have been fitted vvfth
new bowsprit and head gear. Ad
vices regarding tlio disaster to the
Anna were sent on tho S. S. Mari
posa. Voterati Mnll-Onrrier Doad.
Hnalou, a native who has been tho
mail-carrier for this island thirty
four years, died this morning.
Lately, when n change was made in
the service, ho has only been carry
ing the mails as far as'Kahuku, from
which express connection was made
with tho railway. The venerable
gray-bearded ollicial will be a liguro
greatly missed henceforth from the
precincts of the Post Ollice. He
leaves a witlovv.
Hon. Wm. S. Warner
Cordially Endorsos Hood'i
37i e ;rsl Wood Purifier.
ion. inMum S. Il'il i-ucr
I'iiiiiI du Ijic. Wl.
The following Is ftom cvCoiisrosman
Warner, n Riiillrni.in highly oMrciunl by
II who l.tinvr him:
"1 mii truly s iv tlmt I con-Mfr llmvl'i P.inv
pnrllln tlio Lest tin illi'lii" fur I'urlt ln ttin Mood.
It 1II1I mo cuinl vvlion ''i)lciiin iiii'l otlii-r mnll
(lues f.tllcil. It lias hi' riMsr l my rippcttto and
rrmril to rrnovr my jimlli. Hits 1$ ubmlutrly
ttup." V. H. W lts 1 u. I .mil Du lAf, Wis.
Hoorl'o Pills run' kiiUIiuUiui dy tto
Ink tin' illalaltli'notiiiii vl tliuulliiiciiUiycaiiiL
HOMItON. .NKW.MAN CO.,
Aiti-nts fur lliiwnllun I -In 1 i.t -.
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HONOLULU SKATING RINK
Saturday Evening, March 10
'luii ViiIiiiiIiIii I'.ifli I'rlri's will In
run, fi.iM . . .
Norni: is ni:i:i:itY uwv.s that i
liiivi1 this ihi.v uiliniiii'l Mr. Ili-nrv
CiiiiKilmi us I'lirttnif In in J.ililiiiii; Wln'i
nml spirit IIii-Iih , unit in Im.irr th.
Inisii!n-s will l riirrlisl nn iiti.lt r tlif nit !
ami hi)li. uf ' iii.iiinu Him i ." m
In" I'ort tr.Ti, Mi'Iiiitiiv HliH'k.
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Iliiliu'iiln. II. I Kill. I. ls.il -iTI l
X nislnil ItiHinih fur
FURNISHED HOOMS TO LET.
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llliu 1.1 nit. ijiui,tli' Knit- Kib'r3l
kinl slriti't, iiImmii llvi' mm- IViV-ilXiB
iilui.' walk fmiii Niiiiiiiiii str.rt
nirs . j i.
il.v at this mill is
UEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
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fni full uirtlrnliirs tn
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Wednesday, Thursday & Friday,
1ST. S. SACHS'
Bzao Fort stceot, Honolulu.
Ladies are Cordially Invited to Attend.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
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AWAY UK LOW COST.
B F. KELBES &c GO.
ISO.. . LEVY
Kol)inson Block, Ilotol Street.
A I.MHil. VSsiiltlMCNI' UK
iiiiini!si) Silk Crape
IV hVI.MMI .-IIAIlKh
Wool Dress (itioils.
Shawls, Klc, Etc.
National Cane Shredder
i n:Ti.n cnuku run i.awshk run Hawaiian mi.anih.
pun iNii:iisi(iM:i) H.wh lu-.KN Ari'cM.vmisou-: auknts nut
tin -i MiKi.niii.iis ,inil .ni-iniw pifi,iri .1 tu nccivn niihr-.
I'hf ulial uiIviliitilKis t-i hi' iliTIVi'il fnull tin- Hit of tlif NArlllNVI. CaXK
siliihlilil.ii an thiiii.ii('hlv ital.lislmil .mil ackiiiivvl. iltil hv I'liintiTr
1'iif l.ir,'- iinnil f I'l.mii r iisitii: iIh-iii in tin- Uiiili-il Static, Ciihu,
VrKt'iitiiir K.-imliln . I'.tu, iisirulia anil i)lt'vvliirt., Ihmi wit hiss In tht
I In ii- i.Mhi sin i.nni.i, ut) hirjji'' .incininlc thr .iunt!t uf cane
tlm mill n,n umi I i'J.1 I., ."ill ), also (Im t-Miai'liun uf jiiiro (fi tn 'l',t
I' i a Krnii sid-cuatil iii.iLiiii: known at nini' tln priM-in'.. nf any
in.. - nf in, ii. -luUi - fimii ...is. nr .ui.mIiiiic vvlinh vvimhl In liahh' In ilnnat;i'
ilin null, anil allowing ,inii'i tint, to n nnivi- s.iinr hflnr.' 'hun.i).-in the mill
'I III MIIIKHIil.il Is . r rtiniilv mail. . .Illd (mill I hi' lll.illimr n Hi. (Iit ta
ll, m it rui- ni m. it-, tin-, pin. 1 ..f vv.i.. I m inm wiih.iiit nfti-ii hii-iikiuc tin
Mllil.lUihli , anil if any 1 1 1 .- Im ,il,-, it i- Min. siiin nf tin knivi'S nr t-iitltTt-.
Wili'li i. in In ,iiii .l ami i uiiiiiiilrallv lcil.iriil 'n MlliKHIihll, ar Us
ii. inn iinli' ,iii, in.ii- tin . .nn' lulu sIipmU nf v.irv nit: h'li'ths, cifi'iily nju'ii
uu' ii nml all' vviiit: lim null ti. thniiiiiyhlv prisf mil tin- juni vvith'uiu ri
I tit 1 1 n u tin iiiutni .in mvv, r in ci miry tnctunl nr itiipIi tlu whole
I'I' "III 1 I'lil.li -ni ail- tlm rhri'ilih il I'.itn iiiiiliiiinly ami cvt'iily to
'It. mill i"lls, .iml i..i - iw,iv with the in 1 1 rsily nf pr'aiitit)4 tin h.ipisM' Iiv
Inml Im twi n lln ini'l- wlnti n miinhnc is in iim Nn niialt'i aiiiuinit of
'"'I ' ''t " " ' "miiim.I in ..n'iati tin sniiKiiin-.il than that vvhiuli vv.u
' -nlh. .. nt i.t tin mil. t- i tin ah., vi' n.u.'ti. We fiirnisli full vvnrkim.
ilr.nvui. nn tin in-tail, ill t mil siu.l.ii Us, miahlinj; any I'liiipiiluiil on-
-; 1 1 1 r I., riii'i i m-IiiIK ni.t. ill ami ,-ti t tlmin,
III mill Hill! MIIIKIU.I I - fllllll Us, pll IIM Mini slllllll skl'tl'll, -li.'Wlin.' till'
I I nn i. i ami wi.l'h ..i tlm null ml vvuh vvhn h miuhimhi i in In- ciiiiiu'i'tcil,
'I"' 'h n. 'i it In i nuht .r h II hmiil as yuit fni'f f .irlivcry siilr if llm
null), i" 'ii vvhn li tin null i iikiiii- i. hualitl, aUn the Imllil (mill Ihrnr lilii'
1 i" i ml. i i l imni mill mil h ill, ami tliMalit-i' ti mil tins sli tf t to fnilll nml
t h. -I litir Tin sunt inn us am m-w In m iim'4 hv tlm lliln Sujjur l!u.
mil llatw Mill, K'nhal.i, wlmm ii, im mvini: un.it Mittsfai'lmn
Z3t? I'i ii n rami lilt tin i p.itlicnl.ti- may Im luiil hy applying In
I hiive bct'ii instructed by
Mit. J.M. di:Sa i: Si i.va, pro
prietor of the Hawaiian Jap
ankk Haaau, Hotel htreet,
to hell his stock of JAP
ii assort incut of
.1 A l'A N KSK PA 1KK NAP
KINS will he sold I.KSS THAN
Block, Hotel Stmt.
G. IRWIN & CO., LU,
$U .liciili fr tht iiiiui'i'uii Iilmiili,