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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
KKOM AND A.KTKRJUNK 1. 1KU3.
To Kwa Mill.
Leave 1'earl City il:30
Arrive Kwa Mill
Iave Kwa Mill 0:21 10:43
Lenve I'carl City 0:65 1 1 :15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:65
Slu gnUg tU Jin.
MONDAY, MA HUH ID, 1894.
Saturday. Mar. 17.
J taw li( Helen Hreuer, New hall, l'Jildft)
from New- York,
8riv, Mar. 18.
Stmr Mlkahala from Koual
Htitir KltiHit from Hawaii and Maul
Mo hat, Mnr. III.
Am wh bk Abraham Darker, Mitchell, 101
days from Sun Francisco
Mo hay. Mnr. ID.
Mini Mokolll for Knunakakal, Kaiimlo,
l)ukoo, Hnlnwn. Wullau. l'clckunu.
Kalaupapa, loilialna, Ulowniii and
ltnal at 5 p m
VoueU Leaving To-morrow.
HmrClaudlnefor Kahulul.Kcaiiae, liana,
Jlaiiioa, Kluihulu, Nuu, I'aauhau, Ku
kalau at 0 in
Htnir Klnau for LultntiM, Maalaca, Make
mi, Mahukonii, Kawalhae, Uttiimhoo
Imo, llnknlnu, Hotioiiiu, rohiikiiiiinnii,
l'opeckco, Onoineii, l'aalkuu and Hllo
ut 2 It in
Httnr Mlkahala for Nowllhvlll, Kdoa, Klc
le, Mnknwell, Witlincii mid Kuknhaat
5 ii in
Stmr lwiilnnl for Mnknwell at 1 1 m
Cargoo from Island Porta.
Stmr Klnau 13,tW lmg
AO Imgi iolHtovs, 20
130 kRs sundries.
siiifiir, 153 sheep,
hngi corn, 5 pigs,
l-'rutit Maul and Hawaii icr stmr Klnau,
March Id-W.lcanu: Mrs Van Vllet, T T
Cirllllths, J OI)ow. Mrs Win Ilr ncknmn,
Miss I, Church, J ii Dcstralrath. II K Man
ning, !' I. Ware. Way ports: Ituv K Oku,
K Ugiirn, H Cntton. 11 Ito, It U ilerniinl,
11 I I.nio, C Kulsor, J Campbell. J Nu.
wahl, N iguaclu and wife, Mrs A Horner,
t'hlld mid servant, and 70 deck.
Vossols in Port.
Van Philadelphia, barker, from Callno,
UHH Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
II li M H Champion, ttoote, Kmiilinniilt
Am bk 8 0 Allen, Thompson, from riun
Am sohr Carrier Dove, llruudt, from .Vow
castle, N S W
Am bktne lringiird, Hchmldt, from .Sun
Am whaling bark Horatio, DoiiiiIiImiii,
from Hun I'raucUco
Am bktne 8(1 Wilder, McNeill, from San
Am bgiiie W U Irwin, Williams, from
Am ligtutilienevu, NcIImiii.Iniiii Newrustle,
Am bktne Planter, Dow, from Sun l-'ran-
Am bk C I) Ilryant, Jueoben, from Han
Am bktne W H
Dlmoiid, NlUon, from
l!r Imrk illultu.
Hurland, from I.lvor-
Am suhr KcIIokk,
Ivi-rson, from Gray's
Am 1 masted schr King Cyrus. Chrlslii
sen. from Newcastle. N 8 W
Haw ship Helen Itrewer, New hall, from
llrlt bk Xantlpe, from Nowi-ustlu, N H W
Am sohr Allen A, Heliago, from Kurcku
Foreign Vossols Expected.
h B t'hlnu, WarU, from China, due Mar 20
(' A H 8 Wurrlmoo, Terry, from Van
couver, due Mur 2:1
S S Australia, Houdlctte, from San Fran
cisco, duo Mnr2l
t) iVUHH (Jaulic, l'enrne, from Hongkong
and Yokohama, due Muy II
Am bktuu Discovery, from Sun Kruucii-co,
Am bk Amy Turner, from'Nnw York, July
Am schr It W Harriett, Olson, from New
castle. N S W
Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from Sun Fran
cisco, due Mur IS
Am schr Alice Cooke, I'enhallow, from
Am bk Aldeu llusso, Frlls, from Sun Fran
cisco Am bk Atinte Johnson, Hock, for Hllo,
Am bktnu John llalrely, Hhephurd, for
Kahului, duo Mar 22
Am schr F Wltzomun, Peterson, from
San Francisco, due Mnr, 'ft
Am bk Newsboy, Mollt-stud, from New
cast to, N H W
l.yiuan D Foster, Dreyor from N H W, Feb
Schr Golden Shore, HlrMiolm, from New
castle, N 8 W
Am bk Amelia, Ward, from I'liget Sound
Am shlpOccIduutuI, Moise, from II C
Am sch Salvutor, from N 8 W
ilk M Huckfeld, from I,lveriool, June 1-1.
(Jer bk J U Uliulo, from Liverpool, Apr l-o
The Imrkentlno Skagit arrived ut Kuhu
t ill ou'lhursduy lust.
Tho steamer Cluiidiuii will begin loudlug
In the morning for Muul.
The stcumer fCiuaii will lcuw for Muul
and IIiumiII to-mor-ow aflernoou.
The following whallnit vesseU ure oil'
porti Abraham llurkur, llorutio, Navurch
The ship ileleii llnmur is diHtked at
brewer's wharf Shu rnmu consigned to
brewer A I'll, She will eventually leave
The schooner Kvu, Klliguurd. miide it
Koiid passage of II days from Sun Fran
c sco io .Maliukouii, and lull for .Sin I'niii
I'lseu on the l.llli In-t with a lull load of
Arrlved-March 10, stmr Klnnn from Ho
nolulu; 12, Alii.'l'iiiusled schooner IJvu, (
1', Klligaard master, II days from Mil
1-ruiuU. u to Ilnwitlliiu lliillmail Co, Curim
grillll. hil), cordage, ei'. Consignees Kn.
IiiiIii Sugar o. James lleutiiu and T II
Duvlu. A in., 17, stmr Kinau from Hllo.
Hnlled-Mnreli 10, dmr Klnnn for Hllo;
ll,AmclirJ O North. (.'arisen, for Hun
Krmiolsco with the followlni; sugar: 5137
bags by l' H Daviei A- Co, Wa by Unlaw u
l'latitntlon. and 3J-'U by Cn-tle A- Cooke:
i total, 10,I!K) lines, weighing L'-'CrJ,"--!) lbs,
i mid rained at l&VJTS: 1ft, Am tchr l"V.i,
Hlltgnnnl, tor r-nn I'mncoo, with STU
bags sugar by T II Ditvlei A f n. l!in" do by
Cnxlle .( Cooke, and 2010 bv Hnlnwn I'lnn
I tntlon, n total of 7U1 bni weighing MX),-
ntn 11... ... I .1 1 ... V-.-.. 1- -.1... t.-l
Ull. IUT, itllil vuiuni ub T.i,f.j i,,siiur IVI-
tinu for Honolulu.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
A good cook is wanted for a ranch
Tho P. G. band will play at Emma i
Two arrosta woro mado to-day for
non-payment of taxes.
Diamond Head, .') p. tn. Weather
cloudy, wind light south.
Furnished rooms aro to let on
Beretania, near Miller street.
A small white bitch, marked with
black on ears, and short tail, is loit.
Tho Elite Ice Cream parlors will
have hot cross buns on 1 riday next.
L. J. Lovoy will sell a gray stallion
at auction on Friday next at noon.
Clio fa gaming is still running at
tho Tone Hint? Society huildintr.
F. Horn will deliver delicious hot
cross buns on Friday next from f
o'clock in tho morning.
Complaints have been made of the
thieving of plants from the graves
at the Nuuauu Cemetery.
Oflicer Stone, who has just return
ed from Wallukti, Maui, ays that
cho fa gaming is notorious Ihere.
Sugar stocks will be soltl by L. J.
Levey at noon Wednesday, being
four shares of Kwa and three of
Another week of the great histori
cal and mechanical clock of America
is to ho given at Ariou hall. Don't
fall to see it.
Eleven Japanese were brought
from lvauai yesterday to lie impri
soned for refusing to work on the
Hear the ravings of . I no. McCul
lough, only to lie heard al Victor's
Phonograph Parlor, corner Hotel
and Bethel streets.
"Detective" Wagner's melodious
voice was heard opposite .1. II. A' her
ton's residence on Sunday morning
crying out, "1 vns arrest you."
Edison's latest loud-talking phono
granh is on exhibition at low prices
at if. A. Victor's phonograph parlor,
Hotel and Bethel streets. See notice
It came out in tho
day that Crowniui
to-day that Crowniuglmrg, who can
bo found daily about miduiuht in the
bo found daily about midnight in the
vicinity of Washington l'lace, is a
St. Andrew's Cathedral was crowd
ed to its utmost capacity at the con
firmation service yesterday after
noon, at which twenty-six candidate
were presented to the Bishop.
Travelers on the Mount Tantalus
road on the Makiki side had narrow
escapes yesterday afternoon from
stray bullets from the guns of men
at target practice at the Makild
Mrs. Gaus will give another lec
ture, illustrated by splendid lament
views, at the Y. M. C. A. hall on
Thursday evening next. "Up the
Ilhiue" is tho subject, and every
body will want to make the trip.
Tho Waikiki beach was crowded
yesterday aflernoou with scores of
bathers. There were several canoes
in the surf, and one fair one dis
tinguished herself by a brilliant
dash among the breakers in a canoe.
Tho sen was tine.
J. L King, of the U. S. S. Phila
delphia, defeated M. Kead. of II. M.
S. Champion, on Satutday afternoon
in a one-mile ra oat Kapiolaiii Park
for a purse of $:). The Champion
man fainted at the thieequarter
post. Quite a sum of money changed
A bluejacket from one of the U. S.
warships in port smashed a window
in tho Empire Saloon yinttrday
morning, by accidentally "mailing a
tt limp speech motion. No maliciou-
intention being proven ln wa-discharged
by Judge ltuhrtnu this
Admiral Irwin and hib aid, Lieut.
Adams, dined at the Hawaiian Hotel
on Saturday evening with Paymaster
Heudy of the U. S. Ilagship Phila
delphia, Mrs. llendy and the two
Misses Hendy. Mis. Tilelsou and
Walter Dillingham were also guets
of the popular paymaster and his
A young half-white man wa walk
ing on Beretania street Saturday
evening, when a mounted policeman
rau against hbn. The ollieer added
insult to wanton injury by threaten
ing to "run in" the pedestrian. How
long is the Marbhal going to allow
budged rullians on horseback to
harass peaceable people?
Admiral Irwin will give a farewell
dinner this evening on board the
Ilagship Philadelphia to the United
State Minister and the Hawaiian
Miiiistcrof IForoigu All'a'r. After
the dinner tho Admiral will give a
farewell reception to the olllcem
under his command. Beautiful Mural
decorations are being math in tin
Admiral's tpiartor-i for tli"-i- event-.
A severe rheumatic pain in the left
shoulder had troubled Mr. .1. II.
Loper, a well known druggist of Dm
Moines, Iowa, for over six month".
At times the pain was .o m-wto that
ho could not lift anything. With
all he could do he could not got rid
of it until ho applied Chamberlain's
Pain Halm. "I onl. uiado lhneap
plications of it," ho says, "and ha
since been free from all pain." II"
now recommends it to pur.tous siun
larly atllicted, ll is for sale b all
dealers. Hciisoo, Smith A. Co., agents
for (he Hawaiian Islands.
OUTRAGES BY THE POLICE.
, Mounted Polico in Ambush Station
Clerk Commits Assault.
Arthur Wiltlor, Arthur White.
Bimi Gallnghor and Geortxo Cava-
nagh wmit out dririn'u on Saturday
niht in a surrey. Tlio paity drovo
to Wnikiki and on returning to town
were arrested this side, of Tlioiua
Squaro by Wagner of tins mounted
I polico for fttrioti driving. Tlio
party worn taken to tlio Polico Sta-
; tion, where, after examination, they
Waikiki again'and on rcttiriiliif,' near
were uiseliargod. I hey drove to
tho Government nursery whoshonld dence he was discharged and the
ho lying in wait for them but the i other placed on trial. Kauohokai
same Wagner. The second time appeared in tho District Court to
they were arrested for lurious driv-' day.. J. M. 1'oepoo for defendant
ing and taken to the Station. What made a motion that tho Di tricl
happened there may be gathered , Court of Honolulu had no jurisdic
froin the evidence in the District tion in a crime committed on the
Court to-day, when Wilder was hiirh seas. The J udiro reserved his
irieu lor tlio otieiise nametl. Kvcry
I one of the party was subjected to
more or less abuo at the hands of
' Clerk Bosehill and Captain An
drews. ! F. II. Wagner, sworn, stales: Am
mounted police; arrested defindaut
Sunday morning, between 2 and 1
the first time, and .'land 1 the second
, tune; arrested him tho lirst titnr
i unj ixiinnti limn Illinium Hill) IVIUK
,imii-i-i, iiii'i in.-. ii inu iiotumiiiciiL
; nursery; thero wore three others
1 with him; they were driving furi
ously. Cro's-exatnination: Geo, Cava
nagh w.t driving the carriage; ar
' rested defendant for being in the
carriage; did arre.st the four men in
the carriage; tho senior captain dis
charged tuo men and put the others
1 under bail.
Crowningberg, worn: Am hack
inspector; was with last witness
I when arrest was umdo between 12
and 1 o'clock Sunday morning for
furious driving nlid boing without a
, light; arrested defendant twice, tho
i latter time between ;t and I o'clock;
they were driving furiously.
Cross-examined: Dcfetidant was
not driving, you were in (he back
, seat; probably a minute after you
pa-ed me before Wagner am-Mcd
Senior Captain Audreys, sworn:
Yesterday morning, about .I:.'10
o'clock, Wagner and Crowningberg
1 brought in defendant and three
, others, stating that they had arrest-
' ed them for furiou driving; I asked
the gentlemen u ho was responsible
for the fat driving, and defendant
said he was; had charge entered
Cross-examined: Arrested Cava
uagh for furious driving; arrested
Cavanagh liisl; ion said von were
responsible, that, is whv tlio others
were not aire.tcil.
Atthur Wilder: All that I have to
SUV is that when wo were brnuo-lit In
Cavanagh, I he driver, was placed tin
District Court ' t,0.r.a 'hnrgo of furious driving; 1
I sain io uie omcer, "ou miglit as
well arrest me, too," mid Captain
1 Andrews did; I deii saying that I
would be responsible; clerk IJtucliill
ill-treated me at the l(eceiving
Arthur White: Defendant was
silting in the back seat ; I here was
no fast driving; when we arrived at
the Station Captain Andrews asked
who bad ld-eu driving; Civnniigli
, was arrested; Wilder later wauled
to know how much tho bail was and
' was pu-hed away; Captain Andrews
entered Wilder lor drunkenness, and
later for furious driving; he then
' struck at Cavanagh, Gallagher, wit
ness and defendant; Clerk llosehill
gave defendant a vicum- blow on
the mouth, drawing blond from his
mouth and nose; defendant never
said ho was responsible; Wagner led
' the horse to the Police Station, ami
1 would not take our word.
Geo. Cavanagh, sworn: There was
no fast driving at all; defendant was
silting in the hack seat.
waviu tvaapa, sworn: Was at
l'(iliiM Stiitiini wIhmi (l.-fi'iiilaiit nml
..tl.r- won. bruiiKliI in; li.-anl !..-
fi'iiilanl fiiv ho uih n'.siiiiusililn fur
iiio last iirivniK; iluii'iiuaiit vnMit
tin in tin I nii'l; scat.
liuli' RolmrlMMi aftir ri'vinuinj,' i
tin i'VmI.'iicii found (lotVndant nut I
K'uilty, ami tliscliaruil liim. j
Uimi. CavaiialiVra-o will cmmiii' ii
in Hut District Court to-morrow.
.1 T . . I
Cliamliorlaiu'ri t'nuli U.-uii'dv i
Kivm tln Ihs( fcatisfaidioii of an)-j
ciiiili niiiiuinn 1 iiundlc, and ai a j
ft'llur IhmiN all oilier iroiaratiotii in
this marltct. 1 riM'ommiul it Im
cniso it iiitho bust iin-dicini' 1 eier i
liandlcd for imiiiIis imiIiIs anil croup, j
A. W. IVil.lriilji.!, Millcrhill.s ill. i
Kor sale by all ili-iilon. It"ii(in,
Smith iV Co., Atfciit for llit Hawai
Vmoii toiiK pott
llii.iii. .Viinlv ut
A ItAJii'll UN
li;t uv iikih:-
tind i !' i'l i inr Mil.
ler clnel. tiu if
win it: mrrii r
K lll'l, .HI .I'll, lltltV II, '4.1
L... .. 1.1. 1. 1. ...I ....tt7V'
, hull lull, IiiiiI nil leii'lier Jf "A;
Itetiini In thl
Illlll'H j ..-. t..
.1 iv- rertiir .
.R,I01T- FI'LiL. '
He Misiilug To-day, Hominy, March 19ib.
nv n: iai. iii.iHT.ir
I nil iiNi; UT.I'.U ONLY.
THE - GREAT - HISTORICAL
Mecliania! Clock of America!
1 in-iihiiIi-i "-eiMiinll" iiinl rii.n-
Al-llH l llll Ill Ol ill ' NlliK-
Graml I'roC'Sslcn o the PriMJcnis o( ilic
United suits Kvciy Quarinr Hour.
Inn i-nii Mnli i''ti M,i, iiifin- l.in
I ll llll
lix ii 'Inn
,' il Wi-diie-ilux eM nlnm
i i ti, mid 7 to In e m
Ine I H
EXTRAOTED FROM THE MAILS.
A Check for
Kauohokai. ouco a sailor on the
steamer Kinau, has been arrested for
the larceny of S150, tho property of
Chun How. Tho alleged theft was
committed on tho p.'isagu of the
Kinau from Hllo, Hawaii, to Maala
ea, Maui, on February l'2th. Tho
mail bag was broken open and a let
ter containing a draft for .?IR0,
diawn on Messrs. Brewer ft Co., was
extracted. Two sailors were arrest
ed. nut on one Minimi; stain's ovi.
' The Philadelphia Minstrels.
I The ontertalnmont at the Opera
Hotiso on Saturday evening by the
men of the V. S. S. Philadelphia for
I the benefit of tho widow of Police
! Ollii'or Ivauhane ami Hermann Ka-
entertainment, however, did not
it-.ii-n -Aiv.-ui.iiiiiiin. liii'iu was n
trifle too much St. Patrick's Day in
thoeveuiug about it. Some of tlio
men from tho ship occupied the
boxes and showered bouquets of
(lowers on tho singers. The enter
taiiiuieuti was fully appreciated in
spite of its defect"", everybody stay
ing to (lie end. Thero were several
encores. The Ilagship baud and the
Hawaiian Quintet Club furnished
music. A goodlv sum was netted
for the relief of the beneficiaries.
For seven years' or more Mrs. W.
D. Louder, of Qiiincy, Ky., was sub
ject to severe attacks of cramp colic,
Mr. S. K. Morse, a druggist of that
place, recommended Chamberlain's
Colic. Cholera ami Diarrlnea Item
edy. which has etrected n permanent
cure, saving her much sulTering be
side the trouble ami expense of
sending for a doctor, which was
often necessary. For sale by all
dealers. Hetion, Smith Ac Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
FRIDAY, MARCH 23,
GOOD FRIDAY !
llli: in'AI.ITY HAH SIM IK B.N Foil
29 Years !
Ready From 0 O'clock A, H.
I fnnfrtnH AnniiiT Pr DnlAmr
j0IiI6Gil0ll6l V Ot DttKOrV
idllll 'rillliilif lillli
1U1! I (III
J. A. Victor's Phonograph Parlor !
Curlier Hntel und Detliel slneli-.
You MU llnd all (il the Luteal 'oleet lulii
In Liiilern M uniii - hoiiK", ltr.ixn lliindi, Or-elu-fttn,
L'lirnvt und Xyloi)inne Solus We
u'M) iililke it hieeiull.v ill .NlltlVrt Milse,
New Records Received by Every Steamer.
Huli't furuet th- nlueii "Vn ruiiV.
nnr I he .rien, nnlv eentH eiieh n-leetlon.
in nu; riltciTT iiiuitT ok Till-;
J ilr. I Cireillt, lliiunilun 1 -Iitn.l-t. In
the mutter of tho Ksiuieuf Vjn. . Wright
nl lliniiilnlii, O.ilin, u n.inkr nt. rredlinri
if the -mil li-Milriiit tin- lierelix nu tiled In
eunie .11 lllld i nVH lielrd-lilN lielimt the
I Ireuil I'linit of the I irxl I treiiit In the
( mi n i .xiii) (if ml, I'nirt, In lliiliullllil
Oahu.i'ii I'ltlDAY. the Sid day nf Mnndi,
l-lll. helween I lie liu.ir-nf llln'elnek III in
(iiretiixiii und noun of the Mild diiv, und
ell rt mi Ahoifiiiii, or A-'iuliec-, ul lie- -uiil
li.lli krupl 'h i-liae.
lt the I mirl :
'Kl Id OKU l.l'I'AB. I'lerk.
! Hot Buns
AT TIIK CLUB STABLES !
hirr, l'toiiiier, i Jt. Ii Mine Hull, 7 -
i ul- tin rlre ( Ai', '.':-'' rrati-.it.
'.':.'! iii.il ul lln- ll.iin- llrllliiiiiline 17 it
Mud tthl'e nut mill ll until Htlllie ill luee
mi I u k'Htiii ruee litir-e.
IY t in
llill.l.AIIS KOI I I'll I.
Inifre nu. In eil In I '!.' Io lurl'-Hl inuren
And Catarrh In the Head
Mr. V. L. 'i'tirfvvr
"1 feel "latltMmpcmlblo for me to is.r too
much In favor of Hood's Hnts.ipatlll.-v. I wu
a treat sufferer from Impure blood and Catarrh
In my head. Job's comforter failed to comfort
me, and I suffered from numerous bails
Agony Beyond Description.
When 1 began to takn Hood's S.-traparlt1a t had
six of them, only four of whleh came to a head,
anJ itnco then, tlmn'u to this Rood medicine, I
hare been frcs from this irreat affliction. 1
f lined 11 pounds In llitej weeks. Hie Catarrh
a my head which h i trouble.! ine for years has
alio boen cured by Hood's Harsiiparlua and I
Hood's s Cures
am eno)lti2 cood Reneral heitth. 1 e.irnestty
reconiinpiiil uihiiI's snminrllli to all who ars
afillete'l." W. l Tc kkii, ltoseburu, Orecon.
HooD'8 Pills cure all I.lver Ills, lntlous
Dess, J juudlce. luOlgeslloii. Kick IfeadMhs.
HOIIIION, NKW.MAN A CO..
Agents for Hawaiian Island.
nil I nnTT l ittt
IIN ArKllf 1 1894
Vi1 ni 1I1U 1 IUI,T
HOKE & ZUR OEWESTE
Will tskc ehiirni' of tliH Slere kimun n
"KA MAII.i:" Willi a
NEW COMPLETE STOCK
i.aiuks' ,t i'IUI.iii:i:n"
Shoes, Notions, Etc., Etc., Etc.
FOR ONE MONTH ONLY
SALE OF FURNITURE
Y1NG FAT & CO.,
Curlier id KIliKund llelhel Mrcil-,
oiler a Uirne Asnrlliient nf I'lin and
At I.OWKIC 1'lEKMClS limn mvit.
llnili the Cheaiut ei-r liefure
illered ill lliiliullllil.
VINO l-Wr A ll),
J. J. EGAN;
514 Fort Street,
AI.WAY.1 ON HAND TIIK
Latest Styles in Millinery
-TIIK I.ATKST IN -
White and Colorod Worsted Goods
THK MOhT COMl'I.KTK bToi ; ol-"
DRY : GOODS
I.N TIIK CITY
Dressmaking Done by Mrs. Rentier.
'pVO NUKI.Y ITMt
X nthlied ItiHiniN fur
tlentluineii It 1 .Nu. 4 (ittrdei
Lune. NU tf
FURNISHED 1100MS TO LET.
'pVo Nli'KLY ITU-
1 lll-lll'll ItllUlllr llll l.i-
lihii Ktreel, ui")-lli- Knit
kini Mreet, illiuitt livn mill-
iilex' uulh Iruin Niiuuini lnet
till lit thin Hlllee.
IlEAL ESTATE FOll SALE.
7 VAI.r.MII.K I'IKiKM OK -s
I iiniiniviil l'ruiertv, luiMied iii,.)I
in dill-runt l'unt of tin-rny uf iKptC&ji
llnnuliiiil, nil ImrL'.tliii. Aipl) L
lur (nil iiiiMleiihirx to UAem-
llltrCK A A. J. f.VKTWUIilHT.
MiiiIh tit Stockton, Cal
, liin llruei ns Ititri-iiin-or, J.'sV,.
J .'n1, ii,Ki-i .' J , Wule.. .'
d Viaur ..!v 'i nun ' l n-t
Weulit I 'I huiii. . I er Ullh, a ll
u 'II MttlM ur it iiiinieii
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I). II. DAVIS.
Headquarters for White Goods
6RO Kort Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAINsiil(iK In l'lal.i, Strliicil, Cheek, and Maids.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM, OKADKS ASM) l'lllCKS.
I)I.MITII In htrl.cd, Cheeks, I'lalds and Hair I.lne..
INDIA LINU.VS. BTISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON ML'LLS IX WHITE, CIvEAM AXD ECRU.
I.MMKNSK VAKIBTY OK
WHITE .". 3-003DS
AV KN'OLK'-'S VAIMKTY OF -
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIIIOIDKIIY KlirilNil.S In Swls .Vulnviok ami Hainliirtf. In
All Widths with intertill); to Muleli.
All-ovor Embroldory, Embroidery Floaaces and Demi Flounces.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
3MZ. S. LEVY
51 ISobinson Block, Hotel Street,
MiXT TO OltDW
Stock Must be Sold on May 1st.
I Wll.l. si:i,, nl'T MY KNTIIIB HToiK. I'OV.SIHTINO OK
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Mens and Boys Suits, Etc., Etc.
fcSr 1 1 i- imposMhli. for mi' to nicntiiin all tlu Articli'H
SAMO CO MM UN CHS ON
Monday, March 19.
PLEASE GIVE ME A CALL!
Stock Must to Sold on May 1st.
I have hft'ii iiiNtmctcfl by Mil. .1. M. di-: Sa k Sii.va,
piopiii'ttM'til' tho Hawaiian iIapavksk Ua.aah, IlotuUtrvut,
to soil his, Kti.i-k of .I.Vl,ANIOSE (JOOI)S. Also, u big an
soitiiR'iit '.if .IAPAXKSK VAVEli NAPKINS will In hoM
I.KSS THAN COST.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
IIAVINU CON'i'l.riH.li TO 'I.OM-; OirTHIH LINK OK
iloiilis Yol i'AN III Y llll.M AT I'ltll'KS . . .
AWAY BELOW COST.
B. F. B3IIjBIS &c CO.
TKI.I.I'lloNi; iii .. ,, 0j. ,..,
I.MI-OHTKK AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Batter
V ALWAYS OX HAND
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from Sail Francisco.
i. f.T A!' iUu' 'Jlli'iH ''"end l. .iuil(ueiiun KtiuraiihtHl. IMitnd Order.
olleited mid iiiekuil with eurti
I.1MQI.N Huk-k, Kixo Sthkct. Hi:t. I-'diit ash Alakka Stiiekts.
lioiH Ti:i.l.lllo.NT jiii- . o to.-r
LKWIS & CO.,
Ill t'OKT STUEKT.
Ini)(irlcrs, Wholesale & lictail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frosli Goods by Every California Stoamer.
ICK - IlOrsiO - (JOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Im.mis Ohih-iin Sh.ii ithi J(l gjT Satkhfai-tion Gitakantekd.
" '" MclXTYKE & HltO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and Feed.
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nuvMi i .M.utiij.MA - I'Ktiui t'li - JY EVEHY STEAMEH.
A.I iii.l.-r- (iiill.l.nlv uitended
I'.ut of the
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AY A- I'OIITKIl.
I'. O. IIOX 14ft
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to mid (Iih.I. Dellvend to Hliv
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ANJ! KINO HTKKK'ra,