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TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 1894. i
Monhay, Mnr. :.'".
Stmr Kaaln (rum Kiilmku
M o.mia v, Mar. S7.
HtiiK W O llnll for Lalinhin, Mnalnen,
Ivuna, Knu ami Volcano nt 10 u in
Htnif l'olo for Mnknucll
Vossols Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Knnla for Wnlanae. Mokulelu, Kn-
liiikn and l'unalnti at 10 n in
Am bktno 1'Ianter, Dow, for Han Francleo
Am bktne B O Wilder, McNeill, for San
1'orKanal, per stmr Mikahala, Mnr'.M
Mrs W A Kinney, W Mollrydo, Mls Von
Holt, Mlw Layemi, 1'iof MoUoliald, Mrs
lturtnell and family, and 30 deck.
. For Maul and Hawaii, per !tmr V (1
Hall, Mar U7 Volcano: Dr II A Cleland, 8
11 Miiinford, Thos Jierry, J II Kaplc.it
Jerusalem. W'nyixuti: K ltrumaerin, K
McUndc, U A Doylo. U M Walton and wife,
Mrs C Mclnccke, T Klrubo, Oardner Wild
cr, V V Asliford, lllshop Willi'.. W 0 Aclil,
Mary Kclil, l'etur (Jnlim, Geo MoDotignll,
it liallcntinc, Col 8 Norrls and 40 deck.
The brlgantlno (lenova Is still In the
xtrraiu awaiting a cargo.
The steamer Klnau will bo due from
Manl and Hawaii to-morrow morning.
The Hawaiian bark Helen llrcwcr will
leave for HoiiKkong on Saturday. 8liu bus
I5.W0 cases of Kerosene oil on board for
Two hundred tons of coal for Makawcll
and twenty live tons for Walmea coinprN
d the steamer Pole's cargo to-day for the
TEMPLE OF FASHION CLOSED.
An Invontory Boing Takon With a
Viow to Settlement.
S. Ehrlich, proprietor of tlio Turn
pin of Fashion, put an ndrortiso
inuut in thin papor on Saturday, nn
nouueiug that bis establishment
would bo closori a fow dnyn for tak
ing stock. It was learned lator that
tho stock-taking was another way of
saying an invontory of tho goods
was to bo taken for tho information
of croditors, at whoso instance, tho
storo was closed Saturday afturnoou
at 4 o'clock. Tho activo agont in
llio casi) Is J. .M. Kothcliilu, who re-
ircsuius ban 1 raucisco croditors.
to arrived by tho Australia on Sat
urday. 1 hero is duo to his princi
pals about $10,000 aud to wholesale
linuus in Honolulu about $10,000.
Mr. Ehrlich inado an unfortunate,
investment iu a horubouo factory in
the United States. Horubouo is a
subst iluto for whnlobouo iu tho tiros
maker's art, for giving stability ond
shapo to feuiiiiiuo apparel. Owing
to tho financial crisis in tho Uii'totl
States tho enterprise proved only a
sink for money, aud it sucked in $11,.
OOOof Mr. fibrliob'H capital. There is
n fair prospect that an adjustment
will be 'made between Mr. Khrlieh
anil his creditors, whereby tho Tom
'pie will open its doors for business
within a tow duys.
WAR IN THE OAMP.
A Member of tho Longuo Expollod
for Contompt of Oflicors.
An advortisomout appeared iu tho
Advertiser yesterday signed George
Wilson, calling for a full attendance
of members of tho Amoricau League
at a meeting to be hold iu tho even
ing, "to hoar tho explanations of Mr.
Edwards." Tho members attended
but tlio explanations of Mr. Edwards
uovorcaiiio. President T. B. Mur
ray and Secretary Theo. Soverin
wanted to know what business Wil
son had to call a mooting without
consulting them. Some of tho mem
bers took Wilson's part aud wanted
to hoar "Mr. Edwards' explanations."
Tho president was called all sorts of
names, uud finally it was voted by
Murray's followers to "fire" Wilson.
This was carried and Wilson has
been expollod from the Leaguo.
Maternity Home Luau.
Due of tho biggest Hawaiian feasts
seen in years is down for next Satur
day. That is the limit for that bene
ficent institution, tho Kapiolani
Maternity Homo. It will bo hold at
tho place itself. One thousand tick
ets have been issued aud there is
bound to bo a largo crowd. Uosidcs
tho servico of native viands iu the
aueiont style, there will bo tables for
foreigners whoso tastes have not
been cultivated to tho mat aud
Adam's oatiug utensils. Tables will
bo respectively undor the manage
ment of tho following-named ladies:
Mrs. Haaleloa, Mrs. Xakuina, Mrs.S.
Parker, Mrs. J. F. Colburn, Princess
Poomaikelnui, Mrs. Hobt. Lowers,
Mrs. W. Auld (assisted by Mr. Auld),
Mrs. C. A. Brown, Mrs. .1. A. Cum
mins, Mrs. Luther Wilcox and Mrs.
I. Kane. Tho Hawaiian National
baud will play at the feast. Tickets
are for, sale at the Golden Hulo
Uazaur price, SI; for school chil
dron fill cents, and wee tots two for
one ticket. Tho luau will begin at
one o'clock aud continue throughout
"Another Richmond in the Field."
For some time past there has boon
some dissatisfaction in the ranks of
the American League conceruingthe
manner in which old residents have
been thrust aside to make room for
the recent arrivals, more particu
larly to tlio appointment of several
"tourists" to billets iu the cus
toms uud police departments. The
outcome is Hint a new club to ho
called tho "Knumniiia Club" will
shortly bo organized. Anyone who
has resided in this country five
years is eligible for membership.
No tramps admitted.
All kind uf Commercial Printing
promptly executed nt low mle nl the
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS. I
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
clear, wiud fresh southeast.
Thorn woro ilvo nassuiuror bv tho
W. G. Hall to-day for the Volcano.
Court Catnoos meots this evening
at 7:30 at K. of P. hall, Fort street.
Norris vs. do Herblay was argued
and submitted iu tho Supremo Court
J. W. Luning, assignee of V.
Horace Wright, bankrupt, has a no
tice in this issue.
Trustees of tho Queen's Hospital
will meet at 10:30 to-morrow for im
G. t(. Harrison is a piano tuner
who arrived Saturday from tho
Coast for business.
Mr. Macrtens of Ed. HoITsclilangor
fc Co. intends paying a visit to
Europe with his family shortly.
Kemomber tho salo of household
furniture, otc, at tho residence of I.
I. Lillie to morrow at 10 o'clock.
Leigh Irvine, tho talented news
paper correspondent, will leave
April 5 by the S. S. Monowai for tho
Marshal Hitchcock did not go on
tho steamer W. G. llnll for llnwaii
this morning, not feeling well enough
to undertake tho trip.
Japanese nostairo stnmm struck
in honor of tho Imperial silver wed-
ding are curiosities that reached
Honolulu oy tlio Cuina.
The Second Congregation of St.
will hold its an-
uual business meeting iu tho Sunday
sciiuuiroom mis ovoiiiiik
II. C. Lyon took tho Haymond
Whitcotnb touristu to tho I'nll yes
terday morning, returning in tho
afternoon. Tho trip was appreciated
by tho visitors.
Kov. V. II. Kitcat gavo a party to
small children at his resilience iu
the Cathedral precincts yesterday.
Mine host proved a great success in
tho rolo of a kindly paterfamilias.
Anyone, resident or stranger, de
siring to add to collections, can get
Micronesiau and Hawaiian curios at
auction at 10 o'clock Thursday, at
tho salesroom of L. .1. Lovoy, Fort
and Queen streets.
At tho end of this mouth about
fourteen or fifteen members of the
P. G. army are to bo let out. Throe
strangers made application for mem
bership this morning, and were told
to coniu about the end of tho month.
Alnrjjo numlierof Koeietv people
nvniledlhenixelvesof tlio himtitnlilv
of the U. S. llaynliip l'li!lmlelpliin'
oIllceM yoMcrdny nfternoon. Atiiuurr
the notable picnta of the occasion
wero United Sinter Minister Willis
i.n.1 ti-;r. n,,.i Pr..u!.i..,.i m..i.. i
Dr. KodL'erK, J. 1. Knwainui and
ray Taylor, coinuilsjdoiiera for tint
reuifltrntion of eleetorn for th.. live
diMnctrtof Honolulu, opened their
court iu tho old L"f,'iltitivo hnll ye.i
terday. Up to closing at 1 p. in. to
dny, Bovoutv livfc n'r-(iiis were re
(littered, lliero will bo n nitliiiK' f
tlio board thin evening.
Sitcctatorx in tho District Court
to-day had a good view of .loseph
Caecaere., the uiiirderotiH cook of
the bark S. C. Allen, lie wenrii a
thick black uinuMncho and has a
high forehead and an ugly look. A
handkerchief encircled his head and
his fnco was pale, hhowing that ho
lias not fully recovered from tho ef
fects of tlie heating inllicted on iiiui
by his victims.
BXOOKo AND IlKAL ESTATE.
Plantation Shnrua Sell Uolow
Rosldonco Bought Iu.
There was a large attendance nt
tho miction room of .1. 1. Morgan
at noon to day, at the halo of plant a
tion slocks nnd real estate. '1 he
stocks in the dillorout plantations
nil sold below par. the following be
ing tho sales:
Toil shares llonomii plantation, at
i'.M) a share; 12 shares l'aukaa plan
tation, Sti.fil) n share; 10 shares Ha
waiian Agricultural Co., I'ahala, i'.MI
htJ. .j , , ' ,
.. ar-'.i. 8. s ,',JI,VMH" I' ""'"
ion, .Mi) a share. Kahuku plnnta -
tlilll mill f l.ilnlf, .tin .,1 ..I ..... ut..i.l.-
"w :", """ r,"""""" ni.i,.-i i,0o(i, ami died early ou the morn
wore wit lulrawn. I ive shares in the iuK 0 t10 jt M,foro ,.ol,n runL.i,
hue Hawaiian steel ship Hawaiian the hospital; a post inortem exami-
isies woresoui ai .?. a snare, i no
residence on Heretnuia street adjoin-
iug tho residence of Mr. Petrie was
soid lor .?hjo, out it is umierio(i
it wns bought in by the owner.
Employment for tho Faithful.
Tho American League boasts of
nil employment bureau It is shu
nted iu tho ronr of tlio hall. Who
ever wants a position in auy public
otllco must put his name down aud
statu iu what department he could
bo made ussful. The names of the
Titus and Macs wanting positions us
Customs oflicors nud spies are
numerous, aud a party who read tho
list wondered why none of the peti
tioners wanted to be Attoruoy.Ucu
oral. Tho other day some wag
wrote that twenty men were wauled
ou llnwaii. The twenty men, all
members of the League, called and
asked why so many men were want
ed on Hawaii. The secretary's reply
was, 'in put a rool over the
Jajmnoao Wurships Vialtud.
Mr. Nnritn of lliu .lapain'si' l.i''ii
tion ircati'd n larf,'" partv (f JOuni
pcau frit-mis to a if.it to both .lap-aut-t
warships on Suiiilay. Tliey
worn iutroiliii'i'd to tin faiilainn anil
otlli'iTH, who rci'iM-tl I liiiu with
cordial ho-pilnlity. L'uiltir tin
iifcorl of (illlctirs uvnry easily ucens
silili) inrt of tin. Nauiun was in
spoutml, nud tin uorlchiK "f tin 1 i J-T
'and Hinall guns aud tin. loipnilon.
was nxiilaiiii:d to tlm isitoi. A
nti-ain launch war. nt Mr- Narila's
disposal for tho occasmu. Aiiioiik
tint visitors uiis Mr. I.dison u
caiiii. lii.ro with tin. lainst pnuo
K'rapli, and it intcniati-d tho hosts to
learn that ho wa uuk t vinit
Jupmi liy tin Aikoku Marti.
Preliminary Examination of Caocae
res in the District Court.
Tho formor cook of tho bark S. C.
Allen, who is iu custody for the
murder of tho lato Ollicor Kauhauo
and tho assault with a deadly
weapon on Olllcer Kaouli, wastakeu
from Oaliu Prison this morning and
brought face to face with Ollicor
Kaouli. Tho olllcer identified tho '
man as the same who assaulted
them on tho night of Feb. 10. Tho
prisoner gave nis proper uamo as
Joseph Caecaeres. He was tuken '
beforotho District Magistrate for ,
preliminary examination for the
murder of Kauhnne.
Herman Kaouli, sworn, states:
Am a police olllcer for eight months,
nnd was such on February 10 of
this year; know defendant; mot him
about 7:30 p. m. on Fob. 10, on Ma-.
tinakea street; a Chiucso informer
came to my house and said ho had
made transaction with defendant, :
aud that ho would bring ashore i
twenty tins of opium at 7:30 that '
evening; Kauhauo (deceased oflicer) ,
was present at the time; tho China-'
inau and n-polf went to tho fish-,
market where wo later met Knu- j
bane; tho Chinaman told us to go
iuto tho lishmarket, while ho went
on board to meet defendant; wo
went afterward to iorenson &
Lyh 's; tho Chinaman catno ashore j
and said the man wasn't there; tho
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on Kim: strot in a hack to enmiiro '
iiiiimii(iii iiii-n num iiiu iu inn ruuiu
whether auy white man had been or ,
was there; mot Chitiainuu'H wife who
iaHI no one had been there; return-
VI' ' :,V , "" . inY i' U"n . 1n'iaw
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up; loft tho hack and met them,
when the Chinaman said, "Hoto'a
tho man coming up;" ho Chinaman
walked away aud stood at a distance,
, about four yards from us defendant
' crossed tho street; Kauhauo ordered
me to arrest him and 1 made a jump
, at him, when ho started awaj ; I
I caught him bv tlio hands from the
back and held him, Kauhauo crying
out to hold him fast; wo had a
st niggle and Kauhnne jumped iu
and we all fell down; Kauhauo
cried out, "Kokua kokua; I got up I
feeling di..y and found I had been
cut; 1 slid this and Knuliaue cried
out ho was cut too; aflerward Kau- ,
hano told mo to take away the ,
knife from defendant's hand, while
ho held it: 1 did so and gao the
knife to a little girl; Kauhauo told I
mo to assault tho man ns wo were iu ,
pain; 1 lifted my right leg and tried !
to stojt on defendant's bend and ,
found it still"; tried mv left leg ami
found it tho tame: looked down and .
saw my pistol n tlio ground; picked
ll up and Mruck derendiiutV head,
"'l1"J" lh" "" wont oH: Kniiliiiue
lold imi louo for iiolii-o kelp, blow
3' wHu-IIu for nlmiit four minutes,
" help cauie; wont to IvIiik Mroet,
i,,"d V,l,l,l,", n,wK n wut to
t he I'iMifi) .Station ; t wo o II eera enino
'l ' l'ck ami we found Kauhnne j
Mlill Mil t ill ir mi il,,r.iii1,itil l.,l,llii.. .
him down; I found one tin of opium
on defendant's back; wo broiidit
defendatil to the receiving xtntimi;
at the station men had to hold u.s
tin, bccaiHe wo (Kauhauo and Kao
uli) were dizzy, tlio clIeolH of tho
los of blood, from thocutit inllicted
by defendant; wo were taken to the
, hospital about ft or ten minutes to 8
p. in.; when defendant was resisting
nricAt and slinging his arms about, I
.saw the knife iu his hand, but do
not know where ho took it from; de
fendant had long coat on; saw more
i than one tin of opium on defendant's
' back underneath his coat; (knife in
troduced and iden ti lied by witness).
Cross-examined ly .1, A. Magoon,
', counsel for defendant: It was dark
at the time nrrest was made; on Ma
uuaken street halfway between King
street and Fish-market; Knubanoaud
iuyolf were facing each other; ie
waited until defendant got iu tho
light, us we did not want to arrest
him iu tho dark; only saw the knife
, Kmilinuit; there was
H,,i, iwiuiHtu defem
wnen (leieuilaul was struggling with
not a word
iidaut and our-
Dr. C. H. Wood, sworn, states: At
tended tin Kauhniiu aud Kaouli ou
Feb. IU last at tho Hospital; was
telephoned for about 8 p, in., and on
arriving found them iu tho operat
ing room; they weie covered with
blond; attended Kauhauo until he
died: consider that he died from tho
MI'M"llf'iiri I IfOt IJW Itll'll llll lilt?
. "in-cts of the severe wounds he had
; rtt.im! n hin hcly; ho lost much
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per aud Williams assisting;
rs were prexcut; there had been
1 no fresh hemorrhage and his body
did not look us if loss of blood was
' the cause of death; wo examined the
I heart and found what I consider tho
' cause of death, that was a clot of
blood iu the right side of tho heart;
' there wero also several bubbles of
air; other organs of the body wero'
examined nnd nothing of import- I
mice found; a deep wound was ou ,
his log; behove the clot of blood was !
i sucked through the veins and enter-'
1 ed the right side of the heart; that
won hi cause death in a very few
minutes; the air could have followed '
tint clot of blood; the wound ou the
leg being irregular aud jagged it
was impossible to shut out all tho
air; the sucking up of blood clots
may occur iu any severo cut or
fracture, or iu amputation; but it
: does not hnppeu frequently; Ka-
iiliaue had cuts ou both legs aud
both hands, the principal wound be
ing ou his rigid leg above the knee;
it was a slu-di aud could have been
made with the knife iu either hand.
Malia Pokelo (w, sworn, stales:
Saw tint i'u'lit hotweon Kauhauo, Ka
mill and di'foiiduut on Mauuakea
street; wo wor. silling around iu a
room when we heard t lit cry, "ko
kua;" wut out and saw Kauhauo
sitting mi defendant and Kaouli
standing near by; saw Kaouli take
knife from defendant and give it to
in.v sister, wlio took it homo; do
fondant was face upward anil his
hands folded, Kauhauo holding
TIiocum wascoiitiuuedtill li.'iOii.m.
The cai went ou at l:.'IH aud at
;t o clock livn witnesses had been ox
ainini'd and Deputy Marslial lirotvu
i wan vluniiiK th uvliluncu for thu
FOB KILLING OF KAUHANE.
James Ueher Dorman
of Shy Beaver, l'a.
Cured of Scrofula
The Peopto will havo Hood's
Mr. Dor man' Experience
"Sty boy, now n years old, had Scrofula to
en 8 r yo from the time lie was a baby; Ulschnrj
Ing all tho time. Of lata vre have been irWIns
Mm ItooU's tiarsaparilla. and It has done all
that mcdMno ran do. The Rorofula has disap
peared, RD.l his eye Is heated up and well, t
fully believe Hood's ftiMaparllla ts the best
medicine In the inarlu-t. 1 Vnp n Ktntr.il store,
nn'l It Is not a trlK to ell Hood's H-imp&rllla
for the people will hare It. I sell more 01
Uood's Sam.ip.irlll t than all other tncdlclnss
together and tho store would not lit complete
HUrtf! O n PlirAr
IIUUU O patliu VIII CO
without It. My wife has alio been entirety
cured of Scrofula by lino I's Samrartlta, and I
am heirllly ih.mklul fur vh.it it hat done for
us." Joiik DomiA.v, huy IVnver, l'a.
Hood's Pills at th titriri!nntrriiu,
Mtlitdlfeitlon.curt ktfisclie. lryabt. tt.
HOllltOV. NKWMAN A I'lt .
Agents for tlnnnllnn Island.
ON APRIL 1, 1894,!
hoke & zur oeweste
Will ImKi- rliiinro uf tie Hlerv kinmn n
"KA MAII.K" with n
NEW rflMPI.F.TP. STnnR
TlviaCC r-nnlc ' ''lv'.l -rH.S."0,.,m.k'"
lc v-TUUU2!Ciinr twoc rt,i
I.ADIIM A. CIIILDIlKN'.s
L' i i) lli It V Vj A I,
, . !
r arnisumg uuuas,
Shoes, Notions, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Cleveland Bicycle Club
Will hiivi- Its Klr'.t Pniwlnp mi
uA.FR,IL 1 , 1 S4,
IT ONLY I'UHTf YOC
!) A MONTH
To Imi hi llni willi otli.tr "Clrvel.iiiil"
rlili'r-. What iiiort- can im n-k fur.
Join Now, a Few Chances Left!
H. E. WALKER,
W tf Aumit, HniKihilti, II. I.
Till. AI bTKAMHIIII
Wll.l. I.KAVK IHlNOUM.l.'
lull rill Al.uM' l-IKT ll
Saturday, March 31st,
'I In- luiiliTxIttniil are now iiriiinir.'il in
Iimi TliroiiKli Tirl.et (mm thin I'hy to nil
.iiilltb iu tlio I'llltl'il .Slllll-n.
l-'nr fiirtlit.r i..irl i-illiir. r..i.tir.llm
Krt'iitiil "r Puhviui. hiiiiI t(i
WM. (I I It WIN ,v CO., I.'n,
1'iu-t'l ii.iicral A;t-ntM.
PER S. S. "ALSTRALIA"
.. .. n ,
At the Beaycr Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Propjlotor.
il Mli '-M ho
Notice to Consumers!
The new trnrh the Ilitutititni
Kl'drlc Co. bet mi iioir enmpleteil,
notice in hereby yieen that rum
and utrr January loth the Com
jutitu nt prepared to tuppty iWrtn
deneenl electric tiijhlitKj to cm
totnert. Tn a few day the Company will
nNo be prepared to fnrnhh eUctrie
motor for power, and of whir,
due notice, will be given.
The Company farther annaunee
that they are prepared to nceiie
orders fur interior uirtmj and can
furnith fixture and nil fitting in
connection with new terrier.
I'eint'd rule, rigulalinns and
Company' rale can be had on
application la the Superintendent,
Wm. G. IRWIN,
li tt I'ltKHMiCNT II. K. CO.
. . MUTUAL TELE. No. 438 . .
U-tli".' nml tluiits'HIIklliiii.lkfrijIik'f..,
n.-. cain, c
i ..n : . SillC Slairts
i witn l oiir.in-lmii.l rii- tu iniiii'li.
Wm..,ir Mlk Jirf.. Im.s. U.II.V
MHHii-iili.' Mils Hinlii... all.im.l.s
i JupanoHo Cropo of All Colorrf,
! i,",T:uxr:::;M:,.t -
I Ijiill.-' mill (ieuti.' l-'hu'rtlriiw lint..
Ijiillo' Shk CIk-iiiI...
llumlixitnuMlk (jitllt. Kir.
e" .A. TsA B -Ytfj
Tlii'.lti"i I'ikmI fur liifiiiiii..
We linve a larKi iinrtinu'.l nl
Japanese Goods I
r UK YOKOHAMA !
a tin K .1 a pa n ksi-; n ric.x m k it I
Dm. Iicrv mi or iiliniil Miut'li :vtli, iiml
w. !m- ilij.ul.'lir.l Hiih M.iiiiii
I'll i. M 1 1 kits fur the hIhiv.'
Port mi or iihiiiit
For flirt litir imrtfiMilurM rfi'unltin
furllmr :irt fciiln rn rtfur
I troiitlit, iipplj to
PuHHUK'ti nutt tri'-nlit, upj.l) to
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
Will iitli'inl In Miiiiawini'iit uinl Hull-
nf l'rnifrl iiml l nllui-ttn in
all Its hruiiclii ,
Houses and Land For Sale
Northerly i-urm-r n' Uiiinm iiml It'ri-liiiiln
Oirnr: dim ihwir Ik-Iuh I,ii J l.i-vi-
Kurt htrmi. n;.'i tf' !
ii-:. 1.1:1. i.n-
Soft SoaDs" & Tallow
t kind mki:i:i.
IP. O. BOX 341.
i I" i " i'kh'k r , "i-mmi iiimr in in-
' lur IIi.k'K. Mii.hi.ii sim.t iiunm... on the
Iiiiik liuiiihiK i" l''iniiiilr.
-.,.,u.,nt.1.,.,r.. i ,,,
, txzi. m- "
r.iviiifinnry . ni.ii I it i iii)ni i) nvir
.Urj, Iu a, Mkrary lUll. W7-iw
Headquarters for White Goods
sso '"Oft Street. Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAINSOOK In I'lile, Strlpcil, Check-, ami I'laUK
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN A I.I. (UtAI)KH AND I'KK'RH.
DI.MITIKS In Mriiwl, Olin-k-, I'lii.l. ami Hair Unes.
IS' 1)1 A LIXOXS. HATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON .Ml'LLS IN WHITE. CKEAM AND ECUU.
IMMKNSK VAHIBTV OK
1 WHITE .". Q-OOZDS
AN KNDI.KSH VAItlf.TY OK - -
j LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIItOIDKItY IIDOINUS in Sl Vnii...nV mid HittnlmrK, In
All Wldlln with liiicrtlng to Mul:h.
: All-over Embroidory, Embroidery Flounces and Demi Flonncei.
i Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
; 5i;j Uobinsmi Block, Hotel Stroot.
I 'NKXI TO OltDWAY A I'OltTKIt
i Ml 1 M sj
loiocK Jiiusi ue
I Wll.l. SKI I. OCT MY KNTIISK 8 PICK. I'ON'StSI'IMi OK
Dry and Gent's
I Men's and "Rnvs"
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: 3r H iiiiiishIiIi lor
SALK C( M M K CKS OX
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! JXLOILCL& V . JVLairCil IH .
Stock Must bs
I IVI Ill'CIl illstlUCtt'd by Mil. .1. M. UK S.l K SlI.VA,
; piopriftor nf H. Hawaiian-.Jaiwni-sk Ba.aak, llittdntivuti
,l Iii -i r .ja.vnksb (toons. aih, u ik .
iirtiuuut nl" .JAPAXICSI-: PAPKK NAPKINS will lie hoIiI
I.KSS Til N cns'i".
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
iiAYixii rosri.rnr.n ti ri.ti.si-: orr thih link ok
UMl.i YOl' ( .N m y TIIK.M AT I'Ull'KH . .
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I.M I'OltTKIt AND DEALEIt IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
Hbv Gtods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
- All nrilern f.ntlifitlly -ill.-u.t tn. NitMnutiim Kuuriiutfcil. Ilum
anil iiu'ki)il w ith i-jiru.
LlNCIILN II1.OCK. KlNd STBCBT, liKf. I'VlllT AND Al.AKKA STKKLTft.
IIDI'll Ti:i.KI JlK.M.rt '.'in
MIIAI'Iam lli iu A
Frosb Goods by Every California Bteamer.
km-: - norsio - (joods - a - specialty.
IM.AM.S Oiiiieh Soiuinu. 0f vf- Satisfaction Ouaranteki..
TKI.IJPHtlNK II.' -
II. K. .MoIXTYKK & BitO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
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N,w ' I" "'"I i. I.v.tv Pm-k.-l fr.-iu tho Khmphi Mntoaii.l Kitn.i.
H,''Sl, 'Al-ll-OHXIA - PUODIVK . IIV - BVEKV . STKAMKH.
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IsLA.Nb Uiilik'lm Sin iciri-n
; uimwis aoLitm.n.
I KAHi ,0t.NiU rOUT
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boitt on may 1st.
Rnit. TTn TT.tn
me to nu'iition nil the Artiulc
ME A CALL!
Sold on May 1st.
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ALWAYS ON HAND MM
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S. ATnvrnl CM.i:AM
P. O. lltlX IV,
AM) UKAI.EK.S IS --
AM) UNO BTREK'rt.
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