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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FHOM AND AKTKK JUNK 1. iw,
To Rwa Mitt.
11. It. A. D.
A.M. rM I Mi P M.
invo Honolulu t:i.r l : tr 4:35 6:10
Lrnvp 1'carl City 0:30 2:30 5:10 5:W)
Arrive HwaMIn 0:07 2:37 5:30 0:22
i). a. a. a.
AM AtM PMt r.M
Unvrpws Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43 5:12
Lcnvc I'enrl City 0:55 11:15 4:15 Oslo
Arrlvu Honolulu.... 7:30 11:50 4:55 0:45
C. CiinilAVs excepted.
D. SnturilnjK excepted.
THURSDAY, MAROII 22, 1891.
TiltminvY. Mar. 22.
Hluir Jnutc Mukco (mm Kauai
Am Mlioionnry picket Morning Htar, Onr-
Imul, (mm llm South He.ii
Stnir.1 A Cilinuiini frum Koolau
Tni'iiMMY, Mnr 2A
Stiur Clnicllmifor Knliiiltli, Kratinu, llmm
1 1 union, Klpnliulu,Nuu, l'aaulmu, Ku-
kninu nt5 i m
t-tnir Kuala (or Wnlnnae, Wiilulim, Muku-
tola, I Ji In, Kuliuku mill i'unnluuiit li
in vvh lk Ilrlretlrrv, Klnuiin.fortlin north
Sclir Currier Dove, llruiuU, (or 8un Knin-
JIhw itnir Ali-xitulur, liructi, (or tin- north
Vaisola Loaying To-morrow.
Stnir Kllutirn Hon (or IIoiioiiiuuikI 1V)ioc-
kco at 1 1 m
btnir Wiiliilcnk' (or lilnilnn and Union-
kun nt in in
Ur lurk Mllalta, llnrlaiid, (or ijaii l'niii-
OurKOoa from Ialanri Porta,
tilnir Mnkcc liUni lmn of HKiir nil. I In
Stmr Ktmla am togs "Hgnr.
l;rom Kuiinl ier Mmr J in Mnkcc, Mur22
CUmivu MncoirliiR'aiiil Uikok.
Vootola in Port.
U b H I'lilliulrlpliln, llnrker. (mm in lino,
V f 8 A'lunis NcImhi. from o t-rnl-
II Jl M H Clininiiliiii, HiMikr, hriiiilniiiiilt
H I J M H Nunlvvn. Mori, (mm lillo
11 1 J M HTHkiiL'lillio,Nomiiru,(miu Jaiiau
Am lik 8 0 Allen, TIioiiioii, (rum Hun
Am Milir Carrier Dove, llrnnill, from New
in.llc, N S V
Am liktue lrmpiril, Schmidt, (mm Hnu
Am wlmlliijj lnvrk Horatio, IIoiiiiIiImhi,
from fun I'miicl-co
Am likti.u rtd Wll.liir, McNilll, from Him
Am liKiiin V (1 Irwin, William, (rom
Am litmi(lpiHva, Nclhon. (lum Nuwrastlc,
n b w
Am liktno I'lniilor, Dow, (mm Nin I'rwt-
Am liktm- W H Dlmoiid, Nll-nn, (mm
Am Milir Ki'IIojjk, Ivernon, (mm Uray'n
Am I miixted nchr Kill,' Cyril. Chrii'tlnn-
n'li. (rom Ncu'utlu, N tf W
Jluw kIiIi Helen llrewer, Newhull, (mm
llrlt lik X:iiitliH, (rom Nuiiriistlu, N 9 W
Am Mtlii Alloii A, .SoIiuho, (rom Kurt kit
Ilie ittciiiu IuiIit llelvdrru, Cnplnin O.
I'. Sloeilin, loft tu-iluy for the Arctic She
c&iried irovlnlnilB and Ktonm vulued at
Tlio Hawaiian ulenm whuler Alcxnuder,
CAptuIn K. M. (Irein, wliieli arrived yestiir
duy fulled (or iih north to-iluy. Hit
iiiunHpxt hIiowh 25 uums n( l'Iii. valued nt
The ilrltMi bark Vllliilta, (.'aiitnin Win.
Harlaud, cleared lo-dny (or Sun J'rancUeo
willi euruo i( 23,0 Iiiirh of mii;ar valued
t7H,l7H.V, HlilpiK-il h) T. II. Duvles.v
i 'o. mid C llrewer .t l'o.
The American (nur-muMed lehooner
pt.'orrler Dove. Captain llraiidt, nailed to.
UHy (or Smii Kmnuhi-u with 22.12.1 Imgi of
Minur vuliifdut71,27, uhlppud liy W. (I.
Irwin A Co.
"Queered By Hia Recommendation "
A gontlonmn ruooutljr advortisiul
in tho HuLLCTiN fur n Horvaut, and as
a ro.s)tlt v.tir. ovurrtiu with applica
tion for tho plaw. Ouu of tlit-xo
applicants was ovidmitly woll tpiuli
fti'tl to fill tho billot, and it Was nr
raugod that ho would not it. Tho
applicant hnitif; a mumbor of jjood
staiidiiif; "f Tim Murray's Lwiguo,
tinniglit ho would niako h'ittiRolf tnoro
solid with hiti now oinplojor, bo
wondod 1i!h way to tho tjuarturH of
tho Loagtio's Labor Htiroau and (,'ot
a ri'cotntnciidatioii nroporly ondoTHud
ly tho gocrotnry. With this precious
docuniuut ho hiod bimie to his
now tuastorand prosontml it. Aflor
tho tuHtinmnial had boon portihod
tho man was told that ho was not
wantod. Now ho is woudoritiK if it
pays a man, who Im to tunko an
honoHt livinf,', to havo anything to
do with Tim's Hiborniau band. Not
being ablo himsolf to dooiphor tho
Longuo's rccommoudatiou, no in in a
quandary as to whothor ho has bi-on
libelled, or has just ground for a
"broach of proiuihn" suit ngaiiij-t hih
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
L'ivos the best Milisfai'limi of titiv
cough medicine j handle, mid axni'l'l"' ,""!'1 "t'limble advice is, when
Miller loads all other preparations in
this market. I recommend it be
cause it is the best medicine I ever
handled for coughs, colds ami croup.
A. W. Maldridgo, Millersille, III.
For sale by all dealers. ISoiimiu,
Smith A: Co., Agents for tho llanai
Dlomond Head, .1 p. m. Weather
clear, wind fieih north.
I liOCAL AND GENERAL NEWD.
j Maundy Thursday.
j W. S. Luco has goo?o for salo
To-morrow will bo Good Friday.
Tho V. G. baud will play at
Thomas Sqttaro this ovoning.
It has boon raining continually at
tho Pali for tho past two days.
Tho W.G.Hall will bo along to
morrow afternoon from windward.
Don't miss your passage up tho
Khino to-night. Train leaves at
L. J. Levoy will soil a gray stal
lion at his salesroom at noon to
morrow. Both banks will cloxoat It o'clock
to-morrow morning in observance of
Good Friday. ,
The C. A. S. S. Warrimoo may not j
bo hero from Victoria, H. C, until
Dr. G. P. Andrews, port physician,
has boon granted a four months
leave of absence.
Thoro was not a largo attendance
at tho P. G. baud concert ot Makeo j
island last night. I
Tho missionary steam packet.
Morning Star is oil" port in the lit i.- j
leti.v goes to press. !
Only two tnoro afternoons and
three evenings nro loft to sou tho !
great clock of America. !
Major E. If. F. Woltors is organ- '
iziug a singing club on tho lines of '
tho old "Arlon" society.
F. Horn's, tho Klite loo Cream I
Parlors' and Love's bakeries will
have hot cros buns to-morrow. i
J. F. Morgan will roll shares of
plantation and steamship stocks at I
his salesroom on Tuesday. March ,
The Hawaiian Jockey Club will
hold its regular annual meeting at
tho Pacific Club on Monday evening,
The piano J. Sherwood has put in
tho asembly room of Long llraneh
baths is much appreciated by the
Admiral Irwin visited II. I. .1. M.
S. Nauiwa to-day, receiving n salute -on
retiring, lie then viited tho
Olllcer Herman Kaouti, who was
badly cut by Casiero, cook of tho
bark S. C. Allen, is able to walk and
will bo out next week.
Tin; captains of the .Iapaueo
cruisers Nauiwa and Takaehiho ex
changed visits ami later visited the
other warships to-day.
Thoro is talk In police circles of
giving Captain Koseliill, clerk at tho
Police Station, the grand bounce for
his assault on Arthur Wilder.
On account of to-morrow being
Good Friday, the regular meeting of
Hawaiian Council. A. L. of 11., will
bo hold tho following Fridav even-'
"Detect ivo" Wagner showed a
paper this morning alleging that F.
11. Wagner was a member of tho
European and American Society's
The steamer .lames Makee brings
report of plenty of rain and light
iiing on Itauui. No freight could bo .
lauded at Kalihiwai on aceouut of '
Complaints have been made uf ;
the bad condition of the Pali road. ,
A number of men were engaged to
day repairing the road near the
There was no hearing before the
Supreme Court this morning A
case was liable to bo roadv this after
noon. Tho Court will probably ad
journ till Monday. (
It was deeidod at the meeting uf
tho Hoard of Health yesterday after- ;
noon to retain Dr. Goto, the leper
specialist, to attend patients at tho,
Tho captain and tho ollieers of
tho U. S. Ilagship Philadelphia have i
issued invitations for a dancing
party on board from .'I to (5 o'clock '
Monday afternoon. ,
Mrs. Gaits will lecture on "The
Legendary Rhino" at tho Y. M. C.
A. hall this ovonitig. Over a hun
dred superb viows will be cast on
tho screen, including famous water-,
ing places, Hoidolhurg L'niversity,'i
A young native girl was brought ,
to tho Police Station yesterday fori
desertion of husband. She became
reconciled with her husband and
was relea-ed. In tho evening her
husband brought her to tho Station
the second time, and this morning
Senior Captain Andrews itno-,tin'utul
Frank Ferreira made Ids twenty
ninth runaway catch on .Merchant '
street near tho Hcu.i:ti ollico this
forenoon. Ferreira wa standing on
tho corner uf Fort ami .Merchant
streets when a hack came da-lung
along. Ho made a brilonul da-di,
and says the P. U. might to give
him a medal.
"Perhaps you would not think so,
but a verv larL'n nriiiinrl urn nt ilu.
I onsen in 5w York coutei from care
lessness alioui catching cold," say
Dr. Cyrus Kdson. "It in such a nim
plo thing and mi common that eiji
few people, uiile.-.- it is a ca-e of
pneuiuouia, pav any attention to a
colli. New York inonouf the liealtlii
est places 011 tlio Atliiutie Ctmnt and
)et there iiik a great many cashes of
catarrh and coiiMimpiiou uln.h hae
' tje'ir origin in tin- neglect of the
I simplest oiccailtiou of evil (lav lllo.
you haw one gel rid of it as suou as
I ponsilile. liy all means do not ueg
led it " Dr. F.iUou does imt toll
Mill I111W to cine a 1 ilil bnl We Will.
Take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It will relieve the lung-, aid ep c
' totatiou, open the m leinuis and
food elleci a permaiient t'uie. L'.i
tud fit) cent but lie.- for rule li) nil
dealers. Ileusou, Smith .V Co.,
ugeiiU for tlio Hawaiian Inlands.
Regular General Session of tho Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
President S. B. Dolo presided at
tho regular session of the Executive
and Advisory Councils this after
noon, with htm being present Minis
ters Ivintr and Damon, Councillors
V. C. Wilder (Vice - President),
Waterhouse. Etta. Tonuoy, Young,
Morgan, Bolto and Mondonca.
Ministers Hatch and Smith, and
Councillors Allen. Emmeluth, Suhr
and D. P. Smith ontored during
reading of tho minutes.
Mr. Smith presented a petition on
behalf of tho American League in
favor of band concerts on Sunday.
Mr. Morgan moved, seconded by
Mr. Emmeluth, that the petition be
teferred to the Minister of Foreign
Mr. Waterliott'o thought there
was a law on tho subject which
would havo to bo changed before wo
could havo band concerts. Ho
moved tho petition belaid on the
table to ho considered with any bill
on tho subject.
Presideut Dolo did not think it
would be a violation of tho Sunday
law to have baud concerts.
Mr. Wilder moved reference to tho
Judiciary Committee, to report as
to whether .Sunday band concerts
would bo lawful. This was seconded
Secretary Kodgers read a petition
from the Y. M. C. A., with many in
dividual signatures, against the pro
posed Sunday concerts. Referred
to Judiciary Committee.
Tho Secretary also read a protest
from Central Ltiiou Church against
Sunday baud concerts. Referred to
Mini-tor Damon read tho weekly
financial statement a follows: .
Kimjh'Mi, .Smtcmf.ht rou iiik Wi:i-k
I'.NIMVI M A III II 21, IMM.
furrenl ii.voiint hnlnticc Mar.
U. I"IM JTo.iai 2!i
I'lnc, ete . .
Water . .
tloverumelit reallutioii.. .
'In wis... .. .
Kleeirle l.ltfht ..
il-i I Ml
tlSs Ik I
f LIAS I IK
Total tn-jt-iiry l..ilniii'c n-nl'orc
i 2?:i,ii2t i
Kxer.Muri hr-. "
Judiciary Ilepar incut ... t Hkj no
llitreau of I'nlilio Work- :n in
Itiirc'iu U liter Works. .. I VI I An
Ml-eellilieou- .... :2 17
Sal'trie and liieiilentul- . 2Xr2 :i)
Intereft '.Mmi ill
Attorni'.v lictiernl'-Heiit. . 2,20 1 Ml
l(o:id luxe- to -H'elul ileiHidt . IIM oil
SdiiKil tax.- t i mm'IiiI ili'Kll ti m
raymelit- under retlon2 , 7IA HA
I llJJl U'l
Total ttvi-nry linlaiii'- alxive
d.itn . , 27I.I1H l"l
I 24:i Hit 1H
Oilt-tnndlliK lioiid- l.'.itll.TKI lul
Triii-ur) note. huijii ti
Due 1. ft. lliinlc and 1'. M. ,.
iiot'i' . ii77,7.'i!t s7
r. F. II.NK MI'.M".
Nulleoh thl- dato of with-
driiivnls iiiiiturli'n March,
April und .May, I !)!.. Itl.M?. no
Oinh on hand . . I.'i.itll 0
IT.MVIXIIIS' W iioVKII.WIKM Mlll.
Ilxpcn-H. I'ruvl-loiiiil lloveni-
incut to date f 2i'V!il U
Till-amount cover- nil e.H-ue- liielnd
III); lulllliirv and lii-m- not nppiupriutril
hy the la-t l.o,;Wiu(urc.
MKM'I l H i.x IIIIM-l iiv.
Uuttandlii;eurlilh'iti-.. . f 2-1,010 Ml
t'ertlllenle- ullhdriiHii from
eiri'iil.itlou unit i(iomi. j
for fiife kiephiK . .t J,HX In)
Oodi In tri'ii-ury to r. lroin nil
outtuudlii;crrilllcutc j-I,iiui ui
iotul amount eerlllleutc
f :ii.',ijii 00
1'iuli en hand I'o-lul .S.ivlui!-
, Until; ll.lill e.-i
lliilimcu to ciedit of 20 Itoud
Hoard In Trnimrv :tl,o:t2 2u
lliil.iniMj to cridlt of Seliool
lln.inl In 'Ireu-uiy H,o:t l-
Aailalilu cuh, uurreiit ue-
count . 271,1111 lm
I :y),V 1:1
Hiiei'iirrriit ace nut (rom ad-
v.inccs o loin fund . . 1 SS.AIU i)7
Iiiim current in count (rom ml-vinieii-
to IVitnl IS villi;
ll.ii.l; ... . 27,ii'i7 n-
Mlrl.'H I ) ol'S,
liov,'rniiieut I011111U . .
I'on-t- and iniiMTeu
Aid ICnpIoiuni Mati'rn'y llouu-
Minister Damon read a communi
cation from the Pont master General
of Canada, nkiug for a mutual
money order system with that coun
try. Minister Hatch presented a bill
from 1 lie special coniinitteo on tho
Chinese license bill, recommending
that it bo indefinitely postponed and
they be permitted to submit a non
bill. They favored general registra
tion on the plan of the bill that fail
ed to become law in 181)2, and re
commended that tho subject be
taken up at an early dale. The bill
they would now present provided
that a propoitiuii of the wages ol
Chiiie.-o agricultural laborem bo re
served as a fund for securing their
pnnges out of tlio country when
they give up agrietiltuial labor.
Mr. Smith presented a miuority
report, signed by himself and Mr.
ICiiiinelulli, to the elleci that tlioy
were u'aiui all A-iatio immigration,
bnl coineidi-d with the majority, in
the boii-f that an amendment o'f the
law nl IS',12 would lie a step in t In
right direi'tioii, and that l lie passage
of the original bill would lie in jut i
oiis to the main industry of the
Minister Match then read the bill,
and the reports were tabled witli it
for consideration in older.
Mr. Teuuey read an article from
lie- Mar of o-i nlin, uitimiiiiim
that no foi in of niiin-vition would be
accoptnhloto tho IiVI'ih'iii putt, or
the administration, wlneh iuolved
tho giwng to natise llnwaiiaus of
the rights of finiieliiso, The article
boio an appoaiauco of having had
some ouleiul uulhorily behind ii,aiid
ho would ask tho Exncutivo to slate
if tho article represented their
Minister Hatch said it was hardlv
nocessary for them to state that they
wore not responsible for the views
expressed in that article. The Gov
eminent had no oilicinl organ and
ho did not think they should be hold
responsible for tho utterances of the
newspapers. That article so far a
it bore the construction that Hawai
ians should be deprived of the suf
frage tinder annexation did not re
present tho viows of tho Oo em
inent. Tho policy of the Gin em
tnent ho thought was defined clearly
enough in tho act Just passed pro
tiding for a constitutional coin en
tioti. Its only condition that inter
fered with tho freedom of Hawaiian
in voting was their recognition of
the existence of a republican form
Mr. Tenney thou asked if Wagner
tho patrolman had received the in
struct ions, reported to have been
testified to by him in court, which
authorized htm to shoot anybody
who attempted to avoid arrest!
Minister Smltli replied. Ho had
gone to the station to investigate
tho matter, and found that the in
structions were not as stated. It
seemed that Waguer hardly said
what ho intended, being a little eon.
fused 011 cro xaiiiinutlon, and the
newspaper report quoted did not do
Mr. Morgan would eonio to the
help of the Attorney General b
moving that Wagner bo fired. A
man who did not know enough
English to understand his instruc
tions was scarcely fit to bo on the
Minister Smith promised further
investigation, but could not "fire"
anybody on newspaper reports. If
such a course was followed even the
Councillors could not hold their
Mr. Young read a question to the
Lxecutive. as to whether the I'uited
States Minister is still intervening
for tho restoration of the Queen.
Minister Hatch said n letter had
been received from tho t'nitcd
States Minister which would be read
First reading of nn act to provide
a salary for the Deputy Tax Asses
sor of Honolulu. It gives a salary
of $2()0() instead of a commission.
Mr. Wilder asked if, taking effect
on April 1, the bill really provided
for a reduction, tho incumbent hat
ing received his commission for the
bulk of the 1 SUM taxes.
Minister Damon replied to the ef
fect that it might not boa reduction
for the first year.
Mr. Wilder moved the bill take of
feet .Inly I, which carried.
In the discussion of the bill Mr.
Kmiueluth thought the salary was
scarcely ad-quale for tho se'rvice,
and moved in amendment it be
Mr. Tenney moved it be such salary
as shall from time to time be appro
priated. This carried and tlio bill
pa ed as amended.
Mini-ter Hatch read the letter
from United States Minister Willis
previously tnent ioncd. It informed
the Provisional Government thai he
had received information from his
Government that the Hawaiian ques
tion had been referred to Couuress,
and the advice that his special in
structions in the matter had been
fully complied with.
Mr. Allen moved that the Fxecn
tivo have the loiter full published
in the Hawaiian papers, with a view
to correcting the imprcs-iou among
the natives that tho country's allaim
were still unsettled. The natives
wore inlliieuced by (he fear that, if
they supported the Provisional Gov
ernuienl's policy, they would be lia
ble to punishment in the event of
restoration of the monarchy
Minister Smith said there were
advices from Washington to lav be
fore the Advisory Council, 'and
moved that the Councils go into
0x01 tit ivo session. Carried.
For seven years or more Alts. W.
D. Louder, of Quincy, Ivy., was sub
ject to severe attacks of cramp colic. '
Mr. S. It. Morse, a druggist of that
place, recommended Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhea Rem
eily, which has effected a permanent
euro, saving Iter much suireriug bo
sides the trouble and expense of
sending for a doctor, which was
often necessary. For sale bv all
dealers. Ueiison, Smith A:" Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY OLUD.
MMIi: ANNUAL MIIKTINU (IK 'IIIK
a. .tiemoiTH 01 iiik 11 uv uivs J01 ki.y
11.cn win on it. iii on Mo.MivY KVKV.
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('. O. Iti;i((ll.,
Geese BSk-.Foi,.Salejj0t -IT guns
AITLY A I ilNCJK
LYONS' DANOINO ACADEMY.
yii.i. oh:n at Tiii:iiitii.LHiii;ii.
T (in I'.il.n. Aiilk n-xt hA'irilli.VY
AI'TIHINoiiS-, nt I od.irk nli.irii All
olillilrui iivit T yiurs of iij-i!, with tin ir
juri'iits iitil M'linol t iii-Iii r. art i-nrilliillv
lnvltuil liintii'iiii. Nui'iiiiritu will l.o in. oli'
ir iiiuinii ut in miiI. r.iMitKiiiiil ii.ir.U
li.ii" in t'kililii'ii lmiili iiiiiirnxt tliiiiiilK
liii'liiiMtliiL'ilii'ir llltlii.iif in tliia. ixiim.
Iiir.iml li-:ilii) iiniiiM'ii.iMit. iiut
AT THE CLUH STAI5LES !
fourtli limit, U:ir
Sin I'uilll.tlT. i.H: ll) IIIiim Hull. J..
I iiImi tic -u- ..I A-, 'J;.'i. rii.i-i'
-:.'l .ml i ( lli ll.iiui liiillianiiiii', .' I, i
Illlillihiic (Mil iiii.I ii .m.lll t rl ..- m ,..
,'",.'!.f '."..".'. I'r,hl'"'" mi I Miliin ric-i) I i
ut I tin M llill.l.AIIS IMIt Till.
in iiri i v?""! IIIM.I..IIIO iini rui.
Imriu mii Unil In f.'iuiiirlyalK iiuirio
CTt ...'.' f V I
it tan iTcnnto ttagcr
Ohio C.ly, O.ilo.
Gcrofula onrl All riootl Dioonsoo.
"t LV.o nrcnt p:eauti In i;,tin-t p-iMlj to.
Umony totliotnlnonf IIikhIU Sni'murlllifor
t brn snfTireil Willi t'.ih dlitrc$lns tto-ibls
for in-ark a yrnr. nml In tint time tmo trlid
almot ivi-ry tiieillcln reeurit"cinlrd to mo
wltlmut imy relief w'ntcvor uiiUI nttrr mucli
urslii", I pave Hood's Mirnrnnlli a trial. It
lias lecn o( prcat toncfit nud v ill rflect a per
mncnt cure. I sy 1 1 nM , who sudor
from Hcmtuli jp !oo'l;Mr..ipsrlllri: ii ill
Jo fail mioil." Mi .M.ssm I'uoctl, Olilo
City, nil ,'citC0U it;, olilo.
"My daughter, clcrrn )e:in old, has ben
troubtcd wltli scrofulo'n r.,!-,ri!i cut -lino liu
no pcrmrncnt rlirf. In the -uiumr It coin
tncticcd citing Into her noe. Wo hoiiKlit
tl s.ito It to her and It !.a cured tier, for
iriilcli wo orn very lli.iii:.fnl. Wo cot ono box
of Hood' I'llls and lUu lliem vcrv inuelk"
Mns. iMvm cjiiiiitcL, ciinti'itcrstflle. Olilo.
HOOD'O PlLUOcuroCouinniiontf iTitoiuTf
Iht tiliultla action ot tb alliuaottrr turn.
HdllllON. NKWMAN .V ft)..
Aitents (or Hawaiian I-MihK
FRIDAY, MARCH 23.
GOOD FRIDAY !
iiik it i.iiy ii.sI'ii;ks run
29 Tears !
Ready From 5 O'clock A, H.
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Confectionery & Bakery
Hot -!- Buns
GOOD FRIDAY, MARCH 23d,
Ulili) Ii:k Cream Parlor:
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h. II. DAVIS.
V'lr'lTC'u n n MxtniflTf
Headquarters for White Goods
SSO F'ort Street,, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices I
NAIVvioKs I'l.iln, irlKM, f'heide and Holds
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN ALL OltAIlKN . Nil I'ltli'Kf.
IH.MITIL- in MrijMMl. f'lieel,. 1'lnld- and Hair Lines.
INDIA LIXUVS, I1XTISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON Ml'LLS IN WHITE. CREAM AND ECRU
IMMBNiSK VAKIBTY 11K
"V7I3:iTE . C3-OOIDS
AN KMH.K4S VAIMI.TY OK-
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
BMIIKOIIILI.'Y CmilVHH in fewt... .Vnln.oik and Hatiilnire. In
Alt Wl.llli. with liu-rllii to .Mutch.
All-over Embroidory, Embroidery Flounces and Demi Flounces.
Laoes of Every Description in All Widths.
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51-J Uobinson Block, Hotel Street,
VKXr TO OltllWAY A I'OltTKIt-
Stock ftfost be
I WlLI KI.I (H'l MY KNT.Itl- TiH'K. 1 "NSIHTINll OH
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Men s and Boys Suits, Etc., Etc.
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SAM-: ('OMMKNX'KS ON
Monday, March 19.
PLEASK GIVE MR A CALL I
Stock Must bs Sold on May 1st.
! haw k-cii instructed liy Mir. .1. M. in: 8a k Sii.va,
pidpiii'tordf the Hawaiian Iaiani-k Maxaaii, Hotel street,
to sell his ,tni-k of .IAPAXIOSK (SOODS. Alwi, a li as
sortnieiit ol .JAPAN HSU PAIMCIt NAPKINS will he Hold
i.i:s than cdsr,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
II.W'IMl CiiM'l.l IH;il TO i'I.OSK Ol r THIS LINK OK
i "Mis -vim c. in y rill
away below cost.
IB. IP. EHXjERS &b GO.
I.MI'OUTIJIt AND OKALKK IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh C'alilornia Roll Butter and Island Butter
Kew liLOds Received by Every Steamer (rom San Francisco.
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Lixciiln Ulikk, Kino Sthkkt, IJut. Foiit anu Ai.akka Strects
iioiii ii:i.i.i iiiini l'hj
IH If OUT STREET.
Iiniioilers. Wimble & Mi imm
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frcsb Goods by Evory Califoruia Stoamer.
ICE - llor.sE . (JOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
l.sl.vM.s (),,, h,.,T, jgCj yr SATM.-CTI.,N Ul'ARANIKBII.
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OIIIH.II.H.s AMI IIIIAI.KIIs in -
Groceries, - Provisions and - Feed.
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I'Ul.sll - .AI.IIt.lJNlA . 'ti)li'.: . uy . KVKKY . STKAMKIi.
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I'.ci nl tin. (ii) niKK, '
Islam. Oni,i:,(S Soumia. .Satisfaction Ooaiiantiio.
RAS'I iMUNUIt roil I AMI KINO 8THKUTH.
Sold on May 1st.
mi - to iiifiitimi nil the Article
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