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SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 1894.
S 8 Australia, liouillcttc IIJJ ilnvn
Am 4-iiiaxlcil H'hr Alohn, Diiln'l, 1!1
from San I-nutcKtj
Sttn r lunhnl from Knilnl
titiiir Jnines .Mnkie from Knunl
htmf .Mikalialu frnm Knunl
Vossols IiOavinp Monday.
fc-ttnr Knaln for Knlittkit nt 3 ji in
Mnir tunliuil for Mnknucil nt I ii in
Ktmr Mlknlmla (or Nowlllnill, Knlon. Kli-
elv, Mnkawell, Wnlmcn and Kcknlm nt
8 t in
Stinr James Mnkce for llnnamnnlu and
lviji.ia nt t ji m
Stmt Mokolli (or Knuiiakttknl, Knmnlo,
1'ukoo, llnluw.i. Wallnii. I'elckuini,
Kalaupnim, I.ilmltm, Ulownni ami
ljinal ut ' t in
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Bltnr Iwntnnl JMA) baa? sugar.
bttnr Jns Makec a lot) lings sugar.
Ktmr Miknlinl.1 -i.'ttu linns si gar. IX) lings
rice, IUi iikijs hide and :) I'kgs im-
From Ban I'runelsco prr 8 S Australia,
Mnr-Jl Di 1J Aiken, wlfo nnd two rlnl
ilren, Prof W 1) Alexander, Thoi Herry,
L'nii J J Ilrlfc. I)r II A t'lclnml, Ktiiiiiuns
troeker ami wlf, Utorue do la Vcruno mid
wife. (1 JI Falrchlld, 11 M l'liuieRnn. Mis.
Annie Ilo'im-, Win II llnll.d K llHrr son.
JI Jerusalem, J II Knile, I Kuntio, V
1vtillilnl, llilrr. Inu-L ...If., n.l ..lttl.1 II
iJl.ww. a If Muiuiunl, Mrs I'fentner. J M i
i.uini'iiiiii, .i ncniiieuiieini nni win?. .Airs l
Hliaw. MmS Hellinnele. Ml BcIiiik.pIc. T
bimijino, Jusi-pli K Hnmltr. and wife,
MIm Snitiltr., Josi'tili N Ti-al, J J) Trcislunn.
Juntos I. Tlinuitun, llritco Waring nnd
wlfo, J J William nnd wlfi', Itor V I)
l'min Knunl or rtmr Mlknlmla, Mnr -
-Kd lllU'licovK. 0 I. Uinln. m(i. Mary
Miller, J Kiiuiuknu, l'nul F l)e l.a Vcriiue,
(I Alo, Mr Alo nnd HI deck.
Hie Alaska Improvi'im'tit Co. lias ImiukIiI
tho bark llurvciicr.
Tlio bark F. S. Thompson lins been pur
elmseil by It. I). lliinic.V Co.
A leak was found In tlm hnrkentlnc C. F.
t'rooker under n slieot of eiicr put on
recently on tlio t'oat. It win repaired,
blie Is tip to leave fur llllo. Hawaii.
A lira brokn mt un the barkeutliie Mary
Wliikulmnn, In tho mate's room, on March
14, while the vessel was Ulnii In Han Fran
Cisco. There, wns hut Utile damai:.
The ehooners Hubert l.'wers nnd Trnn
sit nnd tho barks Alden lleso and An
diuw Wvluli ore iiii to leave ."an FrnncUco
for this Mrt, unit the sehoouer Ulgn fur
T ie latest arrivals nt San Fram:lco from
the lluvvnlliin Islands nm its follows: Mur.
7, bkitm Mnry Wlnkelmoi, Is Mays from
Mnhukolia; schooner Transit, If-day from
Honolulu; , hkluo Klikltut, 111 days Innn
Honolulu; IX seliooncr ula, Isdaxs frnm
Miiliiikona; ll, bark llurve-t-r, 17 davs
from llllu; 13, ti H Mnrlpusn from Hono
.'I.AItK-On tho '.'1st llist.,nt Ilonokohnu.
North Kuun, Hawaii Cha'lvs, tun ol
(1. Clark, np ! .1 iiii uml I loooih.
(CaiiiiIIam mm;is punC copy.)
ANOTHER BREAK BY WAGNER.
Ho Arrests a Wholo Family With
Somo Frlouds Betide.
"Detect! vo" Wngnor again distin
guished hiuuolf as an olllcer of the
peace last night by arresting four
ollicers of tho U. S. S. Philadelphia
uud Mrs. Afoug and daughters in n
wagouotto for disturbing the quiet
of the night. Wagner halted the
party on School street near the
Afong residence with. '! vos arrest
your' Tho party had boon to Wai
kiki ami returned about 10 o'clock.
Tlioy passed members of the mount
ed patrol, although they were sing- '
iug and enjoying themselves without
loudness. The gentlemen protested
uud tho "detective" iusihted, but was i
unnuy prevailed upon to let tho
HI to 101 1110
i. The driver
head for tho
after duo in-
mutes go to luoir Homo
wus then directed to
Police Station, whom
vesiiL'atiou tno nontlenien were re
leased, and Waguer was allowed to
ridobackto his post. Tho ollicers
at tho Station were very indiuiiaut
ut the conduct of this member of
tho force. Tho naval ollicers felt
tlio matter keenly, to bo treated with
Tlio following account of the opi
mhIo is furnished by a naval o Hi cor:
Tilt: 1IKADLK.S.S IIOtt.SUMAN.
A wogonotto party made up of
ladies of tho valley and ollicers of
tho Philadelphia, while returning
from tho direction of Palama be
tween 10 and 11 o'clock last eveuiug,
was startled by tho sudden appear
once of a lono horseman who itu
periously commanded that the sing
ing should bo discontinued. The
absolute lack of reason for such ac
tion, ami the discovery through the
delicate sauerkraut accent, together
with other equally attractive person -
al characteristics, Hint the mystori-
uus rmur wus uoue oilier lliuu Uetee
tivo Wugnor, forced the party to tho
horrible conclusio i that tho homo
man was headless. To prevent a
panic one of the ladies, with great
presence of mind, continued the
singing, whereupon the Horrible
Headless llomemuu put the port v
under arrest and started a iierfonallv
conducted tour to the police station.
There tho captain refused to enter-
tain tho charge of disordurlv con-
duct uud tho culprits were
to depart; not, however. Iioloro tlioy
entered n complaint of auuoyauce
and false arrest against Detective
Wagner. It was learned this morn
ing that the Horrible Headless
Homemau who shoots to kill had his
nlllciul skull cut off this morning.
Kor sevoii years or more Mrs. V.
D. Louder, of Quiiicy, Ky., was sub
jeot to severe attacks of cramp colic.
Mr. S. 11. Morsi', a druggist of that
place, recommended (.'liainberlaiu's
Colic, Cholera and Diuirhtea Rein
oily, which has effected a peiniaueiit
utile, saving her much suffering be
sides tlio trouble ami expense of
Minding for a doctor, which was
often uncessury. For sale by all
dealers. lieusou, Smith Co.,
Agouti for the Huwalinu l-landa
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
To-morrow will be Eastor Sunday.
Tho China will ho dtio Monday
from Hongkong and Yokohama.
Athlctiu eutortainiiiont at tlio
Bcrctania street Armory tin? ovou
iug. Jollity Loin Knultiknii rotiirned
from Kauai today aftor a tliroo
I Marshal Hitelivoek returned from
, Kauai this morning, tie is still in
' poor health.
W. J. Cuollin vn eleeted leere
tary of tliu Scliimtzi'ii Club jvstiT
Tho Templo of fashion will bo
eIoed on Monday for the purpose
II. F. Glado was a pa-enger by
tho stuauior V. G. Hull yosterday
' from windward.
j Prof. Alexander, tho stippli'inon
; tary agent of I he 1'. G. at Washing
ton, is homo again.
11,G. Lyon arrived by the Austra
' lia in charge of a partyof Uaymoiid
& Whitcomb touriK
Tho malicious itiitirv oaM niralmt
I eight natives was iliiiii.e(l in tho
District Court to-day.
Commodore Kirklaud, tho expect'
d relief of Admiral Irwin, did not
materialize by tho Australia.
A picket fence is being put around
tho Sailors' Homo oucIomidi. It will
bo completed tliia afternoon.
There is a possibility of II. I. J.
M. a. lakachiho leaving for Kauai
in tint near luturo on a frtusu.
Capt. J. J. Ilrice. who relieves
Capt. Nelson of the U. S. S. Adams,
arrived by this morning's steamer.
Tickets for tho athletic entertain
ment this evening can be had at II.
I. Nolto's and tho icecream parlors.
A Chinaman was sentenced to ono
years imprisonment at hard labor
by tlio District Magistrate to-day for
The portraits of Geo. W. Mnefar
lauoand his liancco Miss Julio Alhti
appear in a recent date of the S. P.
I There will bo a quarterly exhibi
tion of district Sunday schools at
' the Kaumnknpili Church to-morrow
F. W. Macfnrlano offers to lot tho
well-known l'alv residence in Nuu
anu avenue, n description of which
appears in this paper.
V. Knudsou of Kau d, Harry Lewis,
..If I ..I.O.I I I tl'JIl. " ... I
wife and child, J. J. Williams and
wife, and J. D. Tregloau aro among
tho relumed readouts.
Reports by island steamers are to
the effect that heavy rains and liirht
niug are prevalent on Kauai. The
Ilaiialei district is said to bo about
as bad as liilo.
Tho hearing of tlio sedition charge
against i'-Miiitnul .Nome, editor of
the Holoiiilfn, has been post united
! until Wednesday inorniiiif next in
the District Court.
Levi Wood, a paper carrier, was
found guilty of embo..lemont in the
District Court to-day and coiitoucn
suspended, pending another suit of
the same nature.
Take in the French dinner at tli
Hotel this evening, and i-eo all tho
latest fashions frnm the Coat. Ha
waiian music during tho dinner and
for a dauco after is provided.
The barber shop of a Portuguese
on King street below Mauuakea
street was burglarized last night, tlio
following articles being taken, five
razors uud ono hair clipping ma
chine. A letter from M. L. M. Plunkett
, " ."", --
T,",,?f J" MlH
i1,,".k,,tt " ' w"
says tlm Alacrarlauo-Alliu wcduiiii?
date had not been decided. Some
ssos All) u and Mr.
mo from bnirlainl
lor tlio event,
Ai'c'imliiie In tlniS. I'. ( 'iitmM.tr. .tnl
j News the hull and freight of the
oarueiiuuo lino, wrecKi'd nil iveau
lion, Hawaii, recently were iu-un d
In J ho Homo Mutual of that city for
$117511. and the cargo con.iistiug of
l'-i'l'l tons of coal in the Alliance
.Marino of Loudon for SMX).
There is a positive statement in
tlio Star that a commission to speak
for the Japaueo will leave forTokio
on the next steamer. Of four men
to compo.o the delegation, one, mu
our contemporary, in an attache of
the legation. On enquiry it in ascer
tained that the rupmt is without
Sir Robert Herron, H:irl.,of Kings
town, Ireland, in a friendly loiter to
the editor of tlio Ut m.i.tin, received
by the Australia, speaks in the high
oit terms of tho benefit, the Hawai-
1 iau climate Ii
j rou. Tlio In
has been to Ladv lior-
barouet talks ns if ho
were thspo-eil to take up lu resi
dence at Honolulu.
This afternoon and evening tho
lust chance is afforded of seeing the
great astronomical anil hii-tnricul
clock of America at Arion hull. It
is a curiosity well worth seeiuu ami
I "u 'I'''11 clnliltoii will ueer forget.
' t-110 " the propiietois accoiiipauius
) !'"' working of the ligiiro- with an
i interesting lecture, repeated for
Moory iresn vi-imr.
AT HIS FARAWAY HOME.
W. 0. J.iu.'klaiid in rt Now Unit;
Company at lloiiuluhi.
The ('hieftaiu i-i in roempt of the
l).ii. llii.i,i;ris, piibli-lied in iluuo
lulu, II. 1., a von uoa', uowy and
atlractie newspaper The paper
auuouiice.s tlio foriiiath f a new
drug company, called tlm HolliMor
Drug company, the vice preidetit
and manager hoiunuohl Piiobliiite,
Mr. W (). Lackland, for iiuuo eats
clerk in I lie store now owned h Mi.
T. It. .eigei. Mr. Lackiaud's old
fiiouds hem congratulate him on L i-
success in business, and wish him a
long and successful cateer in his
new home away out in the Pacific
i'utlli (Culurttdn) I'lii'lain
THE CORONER'3 INftUESX.
Evidouce Taken in the Case of tho
Murdorod Officer Kauhano.
Tho coroner's inquest in'o tho
death of James Kauhano took place
at noon to-day in tho, Deputy Mar
shal's ofllce. 'Hermann Kaoitli, Ka
uhano's companion in tho struggle
with Casioro, tho cook of tho bark
S. C. Allen on Fob. II), has so far
reecvercd as to bo able to walk. His
evidence was taken to-day ns fol
lott': Hermann Kaouli, sworn, states:
On Feb. 10, Utllcor Kauhano, myself
and a Chinoso informer wcro stand
ing near tho Fishmarket wharf on
Mauuakea street when Casioro came
ashore nnd began walking up tho
street. Tho Chinaman told us that
that was tho man. Kauhano ordered
me to arrest him, and I did, holding
his arms from behind. I then felt a
cut, but took no notice, thinking I
had been shot. I became dizzy and
wa pushed aside by Kauhano, who
then struggled with tho man. Kau
hano finally managed to throw Ca
sioro on tho ground. Kauhano thou
told tno to take tho knife away from
Casoiro's hand, which I did. tdonti
lied tho tnau who was brought, to
tho Station, and tho knife exhibited
a tho same. Were I wo minutes at
the Police Station when taken to
the hospital. Was there whou Ka
uhano died on Feb. 21st, throo days
Deputy-Marshal Hrown read a
statement by Dr. Wood that Kau
hano came to his death from injuries
received from a Ictiifo,
Detective Win. Larson tcstilied that
the first time ho saw tho knife was in
tho haiuNof Pekelo's daughter. Tho
present cook on tho bark tS. C. Alien
recognized the knife as one that was
missing from tlio galley on board
(hat vessel. The present cook was
Tho matter of identifying Caisero,
at present in Oaliu Prison, was de
ferred until Tuesday morning at U
o'clock. Herman Kaouli and .loscoh
Easier.) will then bo brought face to
Frank llrowu, one of tho juror,
raUod a point a to tho negligence
of Customs olllcials. They were
principally to blame for the death
of tho olllccr. Casioro camo ashore
with a knife twelve inches long and
lito tins, if not more, of opium and
pased halfway up town. Were tho
town police to'do tho work of tlio
customs ollicers in addition to their
own The impicst was continued to
Tui-sdav, thodav of Casiero's trial
in tho District Court.
HAWAIIAN TREATY SAFE.
V.siiioton, March 10. Tlio Son
ate amendmoiit to the WiNon bill
requiring tho President to give
notice of abrogating tlio treaty be
tween this country and Hawaii re
lating to commerce will bo stricken
out before the bill passes the Senate.
ltiough Democratic Senators h.i
promised unconditionally to Mile
agatusi ii to inaite tins almost cor
Senator Perk'us has boon working
"Hue the bill was made tiublic to
sliow how iiuvvisu it would.be to give
up the advantages which our trade
en jovh wit Ii Hawaii. Ho has proof
that Hrilish Columbia stands ready
(lie moment it gets the opportunity
to enter into a treaty with Hawaii,
which will divert tho entire Hawai
ian t ratio from Sail Francisco to
Vaucoucr. Such an event would
beasevete blow to California, and
Senator Perkins lias received numer
ous telegrams Urging him to light
the abrogative clause to the bitter
Mini-tor Thurston has strongly
expressed himself to the effect tlia't
the abrogating of tho treaty would
work great injury to tho industries
of his country, if it were not u fact
that other countries were willing to
pick up the plum which tho Demo
ciats desire to throw away.
Senator Perkins has received as
Miraucc.i from Senators Kvlo and
Puffer (Pups.; ami Seiiatois Morgan,
(Joruiaii and Koach that they will
vote against the .iiueudiueiit without
fail. Oilieis who hae not yet colu
mn tod themselves but will bo apt
to oppo-o it aro Senator Hill, Mur
phy, Allen and White of California.
U. S. CLAIM ON PEARL HARBOR.
Edmunds Combats Solo's Douinl of
Auiorlcnu Exclusive Doniinioa.
YMiiNiiio.N, March lt'. -I'A-S"iia-tor
Ivliiiuudiof Voriiioul, who is tho
a.ithor of tho aiiieudmeut to the Ha
waiian reciprocity treaty by which
the United States acipiired Pearl
Uiei harbor as a coaling station, at
the rcipicst of the Associated Press
In-day gave an mlcniow ou the
rights of llio.rmteil Slates lo I hat
station. Ho raid he was surprised
lo loam that President Dole con
tended that the grant of Pearl
River harlmr was limited to only
eleven 3 eats. The clause of the
treaty covering tlio ipiesliou in his
own words is:
"His Mnjosij, the King of tho Ha
waiian Island-., grants to the Oiiv
eriiiiieut of the Toiled States (ho
rigid to outer tho harbor of Pearl
River in 1 In island of Oaliu and to
or.tahli-h and maintain Iluuo a coal
ing and repair tatioii for the 11-0 of
coso llin l ulleil Males, ami to
thai end (he I'uitcd Slates may im
pioiethe I'utiatice to said harbor
and do all n'lior thing-, iioodftd to
the pttrpoie afore-aid."
"It is certain," continued I'M
iiiund-, "thai tho Tuiied States liao
the absolute and cxoIumvo ilnmiuiou
of I'eail K.wt liarlior, the purpose
being iiiiiued in the article 1 liae
The siuokiiig riiniii on the S. S.
An-Halia wtis enlarged and gieatly
impiiwi- I while the M'-rol was in
Mm I lain li'ii. porineily Purser
Mi-('nmbo wasihe pnuid po-osir
of a i'ii-y bedroom and an ollico
wliero he transacted hii-iuos. .'iuce
' the eiilaigi'iiiout of the siunkiiig
room, however, lie occupies olio
loom, a bed room ami ollico combined.
1 It louk the carpenters at San 1'iau
1 ciscii thrcn dayk to do the Job
JAPANESE LABOR TROUBLES.
Marshal Hitchcock Rbturns From
His Mission to Kauai.
Marshal Hitchcock returned from
Kauai by tho steamer Mikahala thi
morning, after on absence of three
weeks, during which time ho man
aged to temporarily adjiit tho strike
of Japanese laborers on Mana plan
tation. Tho white lima who assault
ed a Japauoso laborer on the planta
tion was found guilty of nssault
and battery by tho District Magis
trate and lined. Tlio Japanese labor
ers were not satisfied with this, but
wanted tho luua fired. This the
plantation manager would not ac
quiesco in, and in consequence a
number voru brought to Honolulu
and aro now in Onliu Prison.
On Thursday last another strike
of Japanese laborers took place at
tho plantation, and yesterday police
ollicers loft for Mana to arrest them,
and, if they still persist, they will all
bo brought to Honolulu.
It is reported that tho Jnpanco
laborers on plantations on Kauai
Jiavo all combined to mako a staud
against tho ill-usago of their coun
trymen by lunas, and tho strikers
have been advised to go to prison
rather than submit. Tho Jnpaneso
on plantations ou Hawaii are to take
the same stand, should ntiy be mal
treated. In tho meantime those who
aro now in prison will receive finan
cial aid from fellow countrymen on
plantations on Kauai.
X jMTty known n l lie
"1'alv rremltes," sltuMcd
un Nun.inu A v. line next
itdiolnllii! the ri-slili nee ot Mr. K. K. Ill-
hop. The lloue bring Two 8tirle. con
tains S'x .nrg lledrooms. Parlors, Milliard
ItiNim, Kitchen with Set ItntiK'.1, I'amry,
etc , and llnthmnm ou each Hour, Tlio eh
lire hou-'ls lighted with electricity The
((rounds arc large nn I cnntrtJu mau v.i-lr-ties
of rihaitn nnd Fruit Trees. To n des'r
nbbt tenant tlio proTtv will be lei nt n
reasonable rental. I.ii'pilrcof
I'. W. MAiTAIU.ANE.
irm-lm Union Keed To S oilleu.
I'KH S. S. "AUSTRALIA." '
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
J Steamship Co
FOR SAN HIAXCISC'O.
Tin: ai briSAMMiip
wi i.i. i.n.vvi: iiovoi.ri.r
ron no. Ai'i.vt: nun on
Saturday, Maroh 31st,
Till' illnli'rslL'iiiil urn mm
Issnu TlirmiKli Tii'lii-tH from ll)
f. t lly to all
iwims in iiii i.nui'ii Mti I cm.
" I'nr further imrtlonliirs r.'j-arillini
li.ljtlil nr Pus..!!)!', ujiil In
WM. U. IKWIN A (., I.'i',
!'" U llrin-riil Aftciits.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Luaus
General Fublio !
At Smith's Bus and Livery
Stables, King Street,
lAiljiilnliiK .MilniKjlun Mi-nt M.irkit,
l tint l'li"U"'t pliiri. In limn jnn mn (i'l
IIusm's, W'u inu-1 !.., Iliii't-lis iiinl mhMIi
llnr-is. It will i:iy yon to onll iiikI - c
liulnru nil tt) fl -v lii'iu.
Notice To Lawn Tounis Playoral
IT H.vVIN'd HKKN I'ltOI'OSKIi 111
I tin' lln.iril of M:iiiii-iii.ntiif llic llnnii
Inln l ric-M-t cinli tluil ii Uiwn Ti-niiU i 'I Ii
hit furiiii'il in iiiiiijiini'iiiui wllh tin. II, ('. r.,
ill" lliuiilof Mniiii).'t'mi'iit will IiiiM ii in i..
ill)! ut ill" ArlliiKtnn iiii' x . on KIiik - i't-t,
mi tliu '.".illi Inst., ni ": no'u'i.c. r, m , fur
tlio nirio-i) of i-Miititlc u ilit- jirniiiii
Hill U II III' lIutM-ll ll, llll'UlllH llllllt'llll'll
liiliriisti'i In Lliuu Tiniiii-.
II I.. Al'Cltll.M II,
!W t-i.Ti'tiry 11 C. t".
HAWAIIAN JOUXKY CLUH.
'Pill: ANS'ITAI. Mil IIMI tiK 'l III;
-L Mi-inlhirs nf i In- II iuaiun Jm Khv
I'M li will lio h. Ill un MitNDvY I.VI.S
IXll. An. II .', IMI, nt :..'Jli.'i'li..'k.iii llii'
I'liiMlli'i'liili. i ii. IIIIKI.KII,
l"" lot hi' I'lun.
AT THE CLUH STABLES !
rilrii, I'iiiiii) ut, .', m. i i. l'n Hull, 7i
Is iiLo i In- ir.' "i . . .' 'i I rim. ii.
Jj.'l; ni i ol Hi" li.ini- iiiiiiiiitiiini', .' 1.' it
lilinl wlilii' mil uii'l ,i I.. II sir .t in fmi'
llr, ii uihiiI nrml n't - un I a ('.line rinv linr-i
ut lll'I'Y (isi) IIDI.I.M'S I'Klt llll
liortu wns lirol In iv.u to forly.nlx iniirr
U. t iisAll
55 C.-V- .( - Vrt " -
JfcWjSt sss -i,YLj,
IS'& A. 2t. ".Un
20 HI lies frcin a Doctor
But Mood's Cit opar!I!a wao
Equal to tho Cmorgoncy
Plcurt'y, CUtltn mill rerer ZIllk
Ley Perfect Cure.
" Alter my baby w.n born t cit In'o rcry aert
ous ronOlllon, linvlir pleurisy. elilll nr.d (ever,
gradually deieloplnf Into tuilk b3. Wo Urn 2u
ratlcj (rom physb-lin anit Old not know what
to do. rinntlynfirrn grrnt tlcnlnf stiffrr.
Inu t lii'itan to take Ilo-vt P'xrsap.irltla and
when I wai uslnc llio third bultlo 1 could leo
It Was Doing Mo Cood.
I continued wllh atiutticr tiotll" nnd recovered
so rapidly tint now am In c't tiralth. I
Hood's x Cures
cordially rr'-ommend It ns n pood msdlclno."
Mas. A. l. ,li.c., Perry, Wiisiiinitun.
Hood'9 Pllla cure nil l.lrer IU1, I'.lllouv
oets. Jaundice, lndl:cstlon. til k lleadai.li.
IIOIIUOS, NKWMAN .V fO
Agents (or lluwiillnti Islands,
ON APRIL 1, 1894,
uoke & zur geweste
Will UiUi- eliarre of iIim Hlnre limwn n
"KA MAIM-:" with ii
new complete stock
I.AIHIW x ciiimhii;n
Shoes, Notions, Etc, Etc., Etc.
I rp ii ,; 1)1, , ,1
llll lillklllV 1 IIOIIOJI'il III
f ' ' l
J. A. Victor's Phonograph Parlor
ComiT lluii I anil llrtln-l snii.
Yon ttHI llnil nil nf tliu l.'it.-si "i-lciinii-In
r..iiirrn Mnslr Sntiu", llr;i'- llMul-.tir
rlii-slui. I nriii't IHI'I NyliiiiiniMii' Wi
It'sO lll.lkl' 11 lUl'illll n( ,NllHM Mil- I'.
New Records tUcelvd by Cvery Sturaer.
gW linii'l fnru'i t tin' ilnri "Vr urn's: '
lliir I In) irli'i', iillly .nrlll f.ull n-lri'llull.
FOR ONE MONTH ONLY
SALE OF FURHITURii
V1NG FAT & C:(X.
I'lirnnrnf Klin.- in-l lli-ilinl irrit.
illlnr a l.itrL'i' A " in mint ! I'mi
At I.DWint l'lliei-..s Hum cv.'r.
III. Ill 'll
i ( ln'iii i'i iivnr
lis'-'-Jin VINO I'Al A I'll.
LYONS' DANCING ACADEMY.
Wril.l. OI'I'.S AT Till". HUH I.SIIlMi.
AI'TIIIINtH'X ill I iii'l.i
i-l: -lnrn. All
I'lillilri'ii uvrr 7 u r of
nut', null tlnli
iiuri'Mts mi' - 1 1 t. . : t iu'ln'1- ii nii.ili
Invili"! In utt I. So Wimp' will In- nut i
lor lilill.'H ill r. ni I'll III-nli'l puniil
lull', ol rliil'lii'i. -li.i.il I lii'iTi"' I In instil i'
iii I'lluiMiliit! iln-ir lliili' fin in llii- hi,ii
lur iiinl Ii' niil i un ii ii. nt. !iMif
in ni ilfti riilftii ttj .lull I'll I. 77 A '.
iiiii ill llif Hiillrhn (.
I In in. Iniiii', In llin'i nn. ir .'.'.' i 'r
H.'t U.iil.. i .'J ', W.i .s .'. t,
I i,"T . ;. 'i III "I I ' I- ) I Ii if
i (;lii I ii it in Him l- i i'i i - li
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ll II ll
'll -Mini lif .t miiili'il li in. I"
llllll III llllll
il rviri llll-
uinl iinslin'ril lo
t) luu roll".
I), ll. ha vis.
Headquarters for White Goods
3ST. . S-A.OHS'
t5ao Fqrt Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAINsimiKS in Plain, .trlpcd, 'lieels and I'lalds.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. ORAM'S ASP !ltirKf.
Il. M I'll I.S In Striped, (Inei;., Plnlds nnd Hair l.linjs.
INDIA UN'ON'S, JUTISTi: A.VU COTTON UKAPES.
COTTON MILLS IN WHITE. CHEAM AND F.CUU.
IM.MBSSK VAItlKTY OK
WHITE .". C3-003DS
AN KSDI.KPS VARIKTY OK- -
LACES MD EMBROIDERIES !
P.MItltOlDKItY KlHIIVOA In Sivls. Xnlnsonic nnd Hniiiliiri. In
All Uidtlis with Inserting to Mnteli.
Al!-uvor Embroidory, Embroidory Flonnces and Domi Flounce.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
5i:j Kohiiison Block, Hotel Street,
'M:.T To ltl)WAY A PORTKR
Stock Must be
I Wll.l. .i:t. HIT MY KNTlltK -. IC. I'liNSl.sri.Ml OK
Dry mH Gent's
Men's and Boys' Suits, Etc., Etc.
t?1 1 1 i iiiinsil)lt.' for me to mention all tin? Articleu
SALIC (JOMMHXCrcs ON
Monday, March 19.
PLKASK GIVE MR A CALL !
Stock Must bs Sold ou May 1st.
, havi. uipn lMl.n,lUil,
ni)n.'toi -in me Hawaiian .J.M'ANkskUazaau, Hotel street,
tosfllliisstnekolMAPANRSb CJOOlKS. Also, n Mem-
......I I . I' I t V T.'L- I III llllll VTIIII.I.,.. ....
-unnii.111 ui ,i.i ..-nni'j r.inwi i Ai'iviiNd will he sold
I.KSS THAN COs'l1.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
ii.winij rni i.i'uiiii to ei.ni: or r this i.inkuk
iiiiilH Yol i AS Hi Y TIII.M AT rUICKS ...
JB. F. BHIiERS Se OO.
CI IAS. Ill' STACK,
IMI'ORTGK AND UEALKK IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
rresli Calilornia Roll Ratter and Island Butter
gfiST ALWAYS ON HAND
hew Gt.odb Htceiviid by Evtry
.ol,,,;'lV?l.,"uill.,l5i'rii UU""' l'"
Umiiln I'.i.ock, Kind Stiii-.ct,
iidI'II Tl.l.i'.l IIOM'.M .'in
Provision Healers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Gaoils by Evory California Stoamor.
ICK - HOl'MO . (JOOI)S - A - SPKCIALTY.
Islamis OI.I.HB. Siiinrii. jfTI gW SmsFAmos Oiurantewu.
II. K. MelNmtli & HKO.,
- im'tilllblM AMI IIKAI.EIIS in
Groceries, - Provisions - and Feed.
S. I.... i. I: vim I w. I'l.K.itfi.nln. i:,isi,.rn Miin-nn.l Knn.is'
IMM'slI lALIKUINU - IMUHHVI'. . IIV . KVKHY STKAMKK.
Ml ml i fiiniili.u am ml,, t , iJ.Hkls IVIIvirril to nnv
i'im ni tiic rii i-iii;i:. J
Inlaw Ouncw. Solicitcd. STurAOTH)N Oviuhuiu,
KAhl I'OltNKIl roll! AND KINO iTUKKTU,
Sold on May 1st.
,,v yUt j M K Sa k Si Va
Steamer (rom San Francisco.
,"'"''"',,M, K'r-.a. Isliiml (r.lc
I!i:t. Fout ,su Alakra Streets.
I', o. iiox at;
i litlail Grocers
- V. 0. IIOX l