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SCHOOL VACATION NOTICE.
The Itpgillnr Vacation of nil tln Public
Schools in the Islands, nt tlie close of the
Flrt Session oi the jenr, will extend from
NlltMY the Oth, to MONDAY the 'AM
of April next.
By order of the Hoard of Education.
W. JAB. HM1TH,
Education Olllce, March 0, lf.lt. UTI-T.t
DEPARTMKr or r'lsMF., I
HuMiLfl.t', 11. 1., March U, lS'H.t
All Knijiloycc of the Government, and
other ier.oruto whom Monies may be due
at the Hawallnn Treasury on or before the
31st day of March, are requested to present
voucher for pottleiucnl on or before that
date; and a'l person having Monies on
account of the Government are rniuc'tcd
to make their retnriu promptly, in order
that there may bo no delay In closing the
account for the lllennlal Fiscal l'erlod
ending March 31, 1M)I.
W. 0. ASHI.KY,
H74-.1t HeglMrar of l'ubllo Account.
Alt kind of Commercial Printing
promptly rxecultd at low raU at the
"I :iv Hint to linvo promised
thi'in jut what tlnv aslid without j
ilisMinilhij; tlmiu ninkc him. in iu .
opinion. tuilt of complicit."
"Wliiit did Mr. blt-wim nromUo to '
tlic.o ticoplo Mint it w.u not his
tiny to promi'i.. ulterlv oblivious to tho sensations of
It was not tin unit umimii,. -,.,-, :.. f... ,,;.
II,. tin- IIi.tc to IMTMrm , " "" "7 ' ',' . ". ' "" ,'
Exporitnuuta wore recently mndo
hy three reputable physicians on the
put son of a man named Lartado, a
iiativo of Trinidad. This mau seem-
iiiKly is a wotuler. Ho appears to bo
votes anions tho amoral deh'f,'ati"..
The required uumber of eandidates
receiving tho higheri nuinber of
votes in th respective division
shall bo tho delegates for such divi
sions." It does not augur well for
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tut. t.i.mij u, ... .. w flllv,lillL,
by the convention, to have an ..... ,-,,, ,,; ..., .,,,,,., j Vor- " J.T "YE
tested and v.s.onary theory of minor- frnni.ir that dt.'v t-. po.form n i ,., "ii' , ,,,,,,,.,1 ,.,.
,ui to A ...... loan "''; ';' Your correspondent witnessed" the
In.. or property m.l.t be ... jeop- nn ( . h,9 nw,k down lQ
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rnmn in fln nimtiul nroviAimi for 1 ho :;... . .. .. , ...w i... ami irrnziuir inu iracnua a mew ui
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fine hand of the jobbing politician. ' Vlrv revolutionists who put them in
Tho wording of tho section is ver. jeo'panK. 'J h-re v.tm not a cloud
on tutu blue MM. ' epi wuai wi
created by tlii eoiiiin .Ice of sifi-tj.
and the object had in Mew "
M.iv e narijo ML'titt t ir. .-iommm i. . ...,. . tt.. i i... i .....i
that ho iprfrumtMi in nil l'"r; I xiro into his mouth and through his
rang,....e.ils to bring iiIhmii a change , vh . ,. nluI MOT,l0otl
oi uoNoniu.om; u.ai ii was eon I .i1WIMi. Auo,i.or i.roo wirowag ollM.
i . . . . . . . . .
ed through aim tlirotigu tuo largo
ity representation adopted in the
election for that body. There i
WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Foreign Now and (Joslp.
"Hetwevti You and I."
Scnatur Gray' Speech,
lii'fti'll'le to 1'itlu.
Spying on the titvenf b) "Taxpuxer -corr."
IaciiI and General Item.
1ptiIii Soldier I'aught.
I.ibel of a Hnrk.
Jut W lint Ha ltapetied.
liuperliil Silver Wedding.
Heckles Shooter Captured.
Another Pug l'oloned.
At the l'.lnk.
A Wonderful Cluck.
Illc Fee to piK'tor.
lie Mulled kllbte (notation.
Thu March of Clvllltation ill Africa.
itht ilrtihi wUdin.
I'lnlged to n'ilhtr Stct nor Party,
Hut Eitablhhnl for the llrntfit of All.
FRIDAY, MARCH W, lb'.U.
looso for a measure boasteil to have
boon carefully drawn -for intance,
tho putting of "delogaV for "candi
date." Ono is not a delegate until
he is elected.
If tho Portuguese had suited the
planters here, they would never
have been turned away. They were ,
found too oxpot.ivo to the planting .
guild. Thoro is nothing in the pres
ent sugar situation to induce tho '
planters to repeat any experiment
that does not promise greater econ-1
omy in tho expenditure for labor.
Tho negotiations with the uovern
meiit of Portugal resolved upon
yesterday will amount to nothing.
That resolution will prove to hao
been only a blind. All tho talk
about Portuguese being desired io
make citizens out of has little sin
cerity about it. That nationality is
undoubtedly frugal mid iudiKtriou,
but wo to settled and steady pro
gress in civil institutions where it
obtains tho political tipper hand.
Tho chronic factional feuds that
characterize tho present Portuguese
colony ought to give some idea of
tho degree of placidity wo might ex
pect in politics with tho balance of
power in the hands of that race.
(Jive us any kind of labor, but hold
fast to Anglo-Saxon civilization.
SENATOR GRAY'S SPEECH.
steel wire oue-oiizhth of an inch in
diameter, to which a most powerful
galvanic battery was attached and
shifted from one current to another
without any perceptible pain, but
with considerable acceleration of
Mi Hertian Co., L'll
Saturday, March J, 1SU4..
TEMPLE OF F
ti.ai he was eon
idled nt oicrv Mmi. mid th.u oor
time hoiiM-d The form thai he would
'proiecl life and property ' which
gave encouragement to thoo hav
ing that leiobtliou in progt.'s. thai
they would be protectel from as
auit and attack from the existing
AN Ml'OMMOIIATIMI lll.VOLt TIOX.
"This was tho most accommodat
ing revolution in all history, a the
testimony Miow. Nobodj e en miss
ed a meal. (.Lauglitor). JLIiey nl
wajs had their breakfast, adjourned
for dinner ami adjourned tor their
supper and nothing could Ko.-p t hem
from the table. (Laughter.) That
is tho kind of a revolution thnt 1
I want to be in every time none of
those xtilgar, bloodlhusty revolu
tions for me. Commend mo to one
of Mr. TliurtonVriioliHioiis, where
i oii can get a foreign miuiMor anil
i American troops to take all this oil'
their hands. Thc had iiothiuu to
do but think of Matosinansliip. They
1 had no tune t think of arms and
. guns and lighting. How convenient
! to hand oer this matter of policing
I thii revolution to the L'uited States
war ship Hu-lun ami the United
'States minister, Mr. .Slevons.''
. I I'r ll I n;(lll Slur.
mueles of the calf of tho let! with
seemingly no pain and no bleeding
from any place. Iu fact each of tho
openings made by tho instrument
closed up as bloodless aud as easily
a if the man was constructed of
India rubber. Tho man neverlliuch
od during any of the experiments,
while tho instruments woro jabbeu
into him with no mure consideration
rlianif ho had boon a watormolon.
Siw Ortritn Plcayunr.
Spying on tho (iuean.
It would bo a atisfnction
. , ...i.i iuiilivo tax-payers to know why
Stevens Consulted Rovolulionlsts ('(ir , uti,,,,.,- ,,.,
Who Put American Llfo "! ,IL. h,.,rv of the spies wllo are kept
Proporty in Joopnrdy. ,,,y and liiglil watching the Queen's
.. ..1...1, c ..., ., ('- ,.r riMdonce on lierelauia slieet.' The
At one oolwlc Senator Gray f .,.,..,,..,.., ,;,., inllllj ,
ir:s: ::::u, lz " ;' j .-. v'
- . .... - tmrhiiiu ui nil inr in 11 I ii.iiiiiit
ton ard. tho timo of entrance and
committee on foreign relations soun
It is reported that eleven members
of tho Advisory Council had pro
mised to vote for Mr. Sorensou.
Were they induced to "funk," if this
is so, by the ominous intimation
from tho American League as to its
powerful numbers ami its import
nuco to tho "cause," or did they wilt
before the petition so largely signed
by tho "mish"? At all events, the
League is on tho driver's seat.
i i i ii r i . limit in I'm i.i ii e mill
une ago. ' 1 e uestion I - uUr-mal. hat the (iovernmenl
by that rosol t.o i. iul he. Is . , , , , ,.
not nolvi, '-;; "'' .!'"; ,!.,. to realize, fureven ,f ll.o.u we.o
era policy of annexation. 1 here .., ,.on-pir..eies. thev wouhl cer-
a higher 'f ly' ''K' ,,';', lalnly m.t b'o held at Washington
ilrrW 'Prcsulerof1 1 ho ' Kd ! )' l&WLi
IMMIIMI Iimi'IMI 1111' I IIIIiKMIII lIl til
AVu have just ruccived un
otliLT cargo of Hay and Grain
by the "Inugiird," personally
selected by our manager in
California; and an we buy
the best, a word to the wise
is .sullifient. Prompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Ori'ifi:: Corner Queen
and Xmiaini streets. Both
V Aitmmi'SK : King street
near O. K. & L. Co.'s Depot.
Ibith Telephones 53.
Another hero has been slain.
When the big Hag of tho American
League was hoisted, it was reported
by tho Star that tho man who broke
tho bottle of champagne (madeira
it was) had served in tho civil war
as first lieutenant of Co. G, First
Massachusetts Cavalry. Now the
Advertiser gives tho result of an in
vestigation into tho purported veter
an's geuuiueness, showing that the
regimont referred to never owned
either on otllcor or privato of tho
name given. Who's who iu tho P. G.
States has iu a written iiiusai!ii with
(irawn tho treaty of annexation ami
told us why ho has wit lnl.au n it.
lie needs no defeiio for withdraw
ing that treaty. That lie had a
right to withdraw it no one iuo
tiotis, mid his reasons for wi.lniraw
ing it are amply stated iu his me--sago
Tin Senator hereeaused to bo rend
the reasons given by tho Piesideiit in
his message for withdrawing the
"I will concern myself no further,
said tho Senator, "with any jutillea
lion of thu President's a.iion iu
in I lie Mcrpleor I lie back collage of
the I'enti.il L'uiou Chinch- which
li.i thereby gained the honorable
name of "vy Church" or, in taiuy
, we;.lher. they are tn be found ! the
i Chi.ie-e Mure opposite Miller lane,
I oil In r up-tairs or dowiiMiurs always
I intently spjiiiK tho tjiieeu'i. gate.
U it not tin." fur that cit-lly tout-
' fooling to be ;mh ' T.ii:u.
By Lowls J. Lovoy.
1.1 1'o Is Misery
To many tieoplo who haxo tho taint
ui MTtt.iiin in uit'ir uiotMi. i inaK'-
. . . i
withdrawiiiL' tho treaty. Tho next i u.eseaii'eu ny ine irea.iiuiruii.iiug
:J .. i...ii...r ii... i'r...,il..i,i i Hires ami oilier niaiiiieiaiion
IIIVIItll I.t ..'...'. - " I , , ,, , ,
.. t....:n...i i .i r.wiii.iiuiiiii.f this di-eae are beyond
.1. J...... i... e ir 1 1... I There i no other remedy eiiual to
llllll viu.il in ui" .j;iiiii.-. .i - ., ,. ,i r f..l
change in tho government and di "V1"1 ," S.iriapar.lla Jor -'fiiltt.
placoineut of tho oueen owed its sue al rheum and etery form of blood
cess to tho United Stales ininiMor , '"';; .. H. w rea-onably sure to
.i ti... ..iwif.n..i. ..f tin. ,i,.,l buiielit all whogixe it a fair trial.
States troops and was not a ictolu
By last mail tho Uri.Lr.TiK has re
ceived from tho publishers, Win.
Duff Si Co., London, a specimen
copy of Tho Foreign and Colonial
Importer, a monthly review of Bri
tish trade. It is complete in finan
cial, commercial and industrial in
formation, and must bo of great
value to importers and manufac
turers. There is a largo amount of
editorial matter in this trade jour
nal, besides a great variety of inte
resting items. Its prices current
cover all linos of commerce. Tho
cost of this valuable trade review is
but 5s. (SI) a year including postage.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills.
turn in its usual acceptation, men
the highest international eijiiity
must condemn such a step. 1 his
certainly was not a revolution iu the .
ordinary sense, but was thecnliuiiia- i
tiou of a scheme of annexation.
'IM .... . .. ., . ..... .... ...... ...n.lr 1.. ..Iif.r. '
I lllllll 11(1 IIWl llll t'l.l 1111111 ll.ll....-
actori.e that movement of a com-
narativolv few people a. a revolution ' ( ,,i,hiit'i. ., l.m l.m ut :-.'. I will -ill
emanating from tho people, initiated , in !' ttl- Aueuu , fur mu if uimm it
by them, and growing out ol ti.nt . ;V" ,". ii. ."mM . M l K.V . fir;:i
u' i ii u iiikiii, mm. 1 1 it-1 .
in.H ri ol . A I'll 1 in-
I III MIC lV I l .M'lll II'
lei tin- .r.ivl- mi in tin-
By Jns. r. Jlori;:m.
I-Yiil!li:i! DP Silt. M. K. CDI.IU'UN
l) mi I imr-iimil In tliu i.r. ivi -ion- of
By vi it-run ok nr.ritr.KS mapi: nv
tlic Hon. W. A. Whltlni!, Urst JiuIko
ol the I'iri'iill 7ourt furllm Firm I'lrcult,
I UisI Keli. i:i. ISM, nml Miiy -'-,. Ii'. In n
...ifiiii.n. ,r , n I n isiii ly is'iiillnis in Mini limn,
iltillins ol )rii , I ( iuJ ,..,, .-Colt, cimiplatimiit.
ile-eripliou. ' un.t (Jwirwi W. SlncfBrliinf.ilefeiiilmit,
.1.. ...I . . , . 1. ... . 1. a .... ....... I'm. p. I.
11111 lI II llltjd-u in inr riiiiiii" ". ...
Mil, I suit ilntcl Hi. 4, Is'M, liyoruVrof
llinrv hinilli, Stumer In Cliami-ry, I will
Mlitii I'ti'illo Auction, tit my Balt-Momns,
On Saturday, March iO, 1894,
AT 12 O'CLOCK SOON,
All of those 1190 Shares Id the Capital
Stock o the Waikapa Sugar
Sium-il In CVrtllknt.- Ntis fis. .VI nnd iw,
Ih-Iiiu the 'nine numcil In nU suit tu
tutlilv tin- Dvcn-i'M iiiiulv therein.
. -rf ...---, --- ,, ,, t Ml ii 1, UIHIlllllHI, nil .. I l.i'.i I
Strong leeilllg ox wtoiik or oppren , .( i,;,!, , u
siou which iustilles a people iu over- i f..nniTiv tin- i
turning a preaout goveriimeiii mm ' mi '" "'
substituting one which, iu theiri;;;;":;;,',;''1
j s. r
IIiiiihIuIii. M iri'h'i, I '!.
"V7 I It
Attoruoy-Gonoral Smith, in do
funding his inquisitorial bill, said
that accused porsous have under it
tho right of appeal. This is but a
half truth. Au appeal is only given
to tho Supremo Court, thus depriv
ing tho subject of tho right of trial
by jury. Ho is also refused bail ex
cepting by consent of tho inquisitor
general aud the judge. Tho measure
is a reversion to tho Human code,
moreover, uudor which a man is
hold to bo guilty until ho prove his
innocence. This is iu contradistinc
tion to tho Anglo-Saxon code, whore
by and it is ono of tho proudest
aud most valued privileges of freo
men an accused poraou is held to
bo innocent until lie bo proved
guilty. By this infamous measure
the Attorney-General stamps him
self as a "dangerous porson" extra
ordinary. Ho needs suppression.
J. J. EGAN
B14 Poi't St root.
ai.way- us ii .s nn;
Latest Styles in Millinery
-mi; i.ni in -Whito
ami Colored Worutoil Goods
1111. SIu-T CuMI'l.l.li. "l'iii'K or
in i in: ciiY
Dressmaking Doac by Mis. Runner.
" DAVID DAYTON,
Terms Cash in U. S. Gold Coin.
opinion, will boiler siiD.-ervo tiieir
well doing aud happiiiePs" '
AS TO MIMoTKII sn.i:Ns. j
Continued Senator Gray -aid: j
"Tho ovidenco all trues to nhow
that tho moveiuent itcell was cou- .
lined to that comparatiwly small
junta of able, intelligent ami vhmoiii
men who, with thoaul of the Amen- ,
can minister, neeomplirlied (mi far ,
as they could) tho object which ihey
had in view. This junta eoinpeil .
an oligarchy of wealth and uitelli- I
guiico nil oligarcliy as foreign to a
republican form of government as i
tho most oppo-.it n things could be
o)posed to each other. i
"Minister Stiweus was iu their '
coulideiico and he had been for i
mouths correspoiuliug with hi- go- .
oriimoiit urging annexation. I want
to say now that I believe Mr. Ste-1
veils is a good man, a gnml neighbor '
and au honest eition. But lie was
tho most indiscreet man that own
occupied such au important poi-
tion t; great a cri,is ,n a foreign A q
His promise "to protect American ,
interests was but a formula. 1 lie
revolutionist- communicated totije
American minister the project that
Minims ami TruiufcrH atexiieiee
of piirchiiMT A iluiilt nl IU ii-rcuiit nl
th-niiiiiiiut lilil will re rt-iiilre(l ni evlilunee
uf kuihI f.ittli.
Poilugutse Mutual BeneOt Society
vtotick is in:iti:nv oivkn that
1 nil limits Ih.hiiuiI hy (lie nhove men
tuiiifit s'liclelN uro luijiililtt on iirusoututlnii
. Its Trniiuri-r. Si It. A. lelru. nt Ills
iiihre i'oni"r Kinuii iiml Sllllur Htreuti, uml
nil lliu vorrerii inluiieo of sahl Hoclety rn
i;iirilliiK tint Tri'iiurur shoilhl he illrtnteil
... siiM St. It. A. Vloiru. P. O. Ilox ail, Ho
nolulu. SI. (1. 8II.VA,
D,r, 'It Becrutury
HONOLULU IH0N WOIIKB 00.
Ciiiiiii.iiiv, Imlil this ilny, nt the olllcen
of 'Iheo II. DuvIi'n ft Co., thu follnwIiiK
oilli'i r were fleelfil lor thu ensuing year,
Section n of thu Constitutional
Convention bill contains the follow
ing provision: "Each voter for dele
gates may cast as many votes as
thero are delegates to bo elected
from tho division in which ho re
sides, and may cast one vote for each
delegate, or cast thorn all for one
dulutfato, or may otherwise divide his
they had iu hand, to wit: The over-'
throw of tiiii existing government to
which that minister was aeereditid
and to which ho iviii hound b.v even
obligation of good faith and pro
priety. And lie does not rebuke
them; ho does mil try to dissuade
them; but ho promised tie in just
what they aslteil. That being in the
evidence, proved out of their own
months, It is llllpiinsible for me In
believe otherwise than that Mr.
Stevens was in active eomplieiiv
with them iu tho plans which ihey
SOlll. Ol USriONh ,iM n.
"Does the Senator lhiul!" inter
rupted Senator Teller, "thai it we
Mr. Slovens' business io attempt in
persuade them from going furthei.' '
".Not at all."
"Why bring that as a charge
against him thonf"
ill itt ! in M'lii'i '. in- t unit
ill l'luii i ' .i i 1 i u'lli'lilU in
till it- I tu i i Ii --
Lautl For Sale
urin r ' I', ii inn tuiil lli riluiil.t
-ir. i is.
An liter .
..Then. II. Davlits,
K. SI Hwniisy.
. VV. II. Iliiinl,
K. V. Ilolilsuorth,
T. It Kiivuorth
Honolulu, IVh ID, Islll. IHiU uu.ivv
ni i ii i -in
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iluill III lew l.l'Uis.l. I I'VI'V
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
T Till: AN'M'AI.Mr.KTINd Ol'TIII'.
ImiiiIm.mi br.; Nwhuiiii.n
I'uui'vw. Il.'iii. In-lit lliW iluv. (Ill) follow.
tin; Ollln-r. iiml Dlri'Clors wunt uleituil lor
ilie 1'iiMilnit .vein
- DI.VI.I.U IN -
Soft Soaps" & Tallow
H MNO nl'lil.l.l.
y. I -if
V II HniKiiiy I'mliliint.
.1. I. mi . Vlui-l'ri'sMi'iit,
II. .Mi'1.111111 hecntliirj ,
.1. I. Mi'I.iiiii Trt'iiKiirur,
T. W. lliihroii Auilllor.
Ill UKl'TI'Hs .
W. II (iiiilfifv, J. r.ns, (1. V. Wilcox, I
hi'liui'liT, V . (I. hinlth.
W. II. Slil.lIAS,
Hiertliirv I. I.h. N. ('"., I.M.
limn, lulu, II. .MnrclHl, 1bII. ti7Vlw
" i:vi r. di-iJripthn ofJOH PMSTLSG
ifuiu ul th liullftin QQic.
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 millcnium should come.
Among the sixteen or more
reasons whv the Colonists wish
ed to separate from the mother
country was the tyrannical
action of the King of Great
Britain in inllicting 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 alikc-and
to-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 ll Durado, but
who came poor and acquired
The founders of the govern
ment Unew 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 to accom
modate all those who would join
them from the old world. Ha
waii is young yet and evidently
too young to recognize the ad
vantages ol 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 find 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 are to have a
diflerent order of things; the
future generations of people
who rnniM hirt now will not be
Of able to sav that their fathers
came with less than a dollar and
grew rich through cultivating
tne land or by working tneir
way to the heads of mercantile
or manufacturing concerns, and
will their pleasure be greater in
saying "though our 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 niahope.
The people of the L'uited States
will open their eyes when they
learn that Hawaii, a practically
unknown land up to a year ago,
opens its sacred 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 filty
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
country, and the J
a. fence is a wonderful
Corner Fort Ac Hotel Streota,
I BEG TO IXFOKM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING TEE MONTH 0? MARCH.
Will be offered to the Public and it will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF FASHION."
... I AM OFFERING NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys1 Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Assortment of Colors at 'JO Cents Each.
Just Received by lust "Australia" a Largo Stock of
To be sold for oxk wkkk o.vi.v at 10c, l'JAe., lie. and 10c.
piryard. Good worth 2."5e. u yard.
. . a B O PIECES,.
In 10-yard lengths, reduced from $1.00 to 75 cents.
Cornor Fort and Hotol Sts., .... Honolulu, II. I.
The Drug Business heretofore carried by Hol
lister & Co. has been incorporated under the
name of the . . ....
Having the largest and most complete1 stock in
our line, we are prepared to off t our customers
the best goods at the lowest prices.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
683 Fort Strot, "ETcmorulu., H. I.
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IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresb California Roll Hatter and Island Butter
UT ALWAYS ON HAND J3f
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
All Orders faithfully titti-iut to. hatNfiiftioii Kuiiriuili'Ml. 1 -l.unl Onlur
anil picked with fiiru
Lincoln Uuick, Kino Stih.kt, Uet. Fout and Ai.aki:a Stklcia.
hoth riu.KrHo.sr.s :
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FORT STREET.
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Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Kvery California Sleamor.
ICG - HOUSE - fJOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
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wondwr.1 Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
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nawaiian Hardware Co., Id
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!J07 b'OUT STUUET.
New ioil lUrflvml Ii) r.viTN I'm (! (nun tlir Kutrin Mut" mill Kuroe.
FRESH CALIFORNIA - IMIODLTK IIY . F.VEIIY STEAMER.
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