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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO,
FltOM AND AKTKlt JUNE 1. IffiO.
To Kwa Mill.
II. 11. A. U.
A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.
.H8J5 IMS 4 HIS 6)10
, .9:30 2:30 9:10 5:0(1
..9:07 2:57 6:30 0:22
i.esive Honolulu ..
L.'ave l'earl City..
Arrive Kwa Mill...
Urtve K.wa Mill....
Ii-ave l'earl City...
,0:53 11:16 4:15
7:30 11:55 1:65
(J. HuiHlav excepted.
D. Hattmlnys exerted.
vllu iliiihl Uti.
WEDNESDAY, MAKCII 28, 1891.
Wriikckhay, Mar. 2t
Jap 8 S Alkuku Maru.T Kumkowa, 111 day I
from Kobe, J.umti I
Htinr Kliuiu from Hawaii and Maul
Mntr Kuala from Knlitikii I
Slnir I wiiIhiiI from Knunl
Mtmr Jiuno.i Mukce from Kauai
WeurtKUitr, Mar. IM.
Jl II M H Clininplon, llookc, for IMo
Htmr Kaala for Wulntmc. Mokulcla, Ka
liiiku and l'unaluu at i. in
Htmr Janion Makco for Hituainaiilu and
Knpnn at I in
Htmr ImmIhiiI for Ktlam-a nt t in
Vossols Loavlnsr To-morrow.
Am bktliu SOWIIdur, MuNbIII, for S:m
Am bktno 1'luntiT, Dow, for Sun Prarid-oo
11 CorROOB from Island Ports.
rjtmr iwnlnnl 1187 baRn aunr.
ritinr Kaaln '.1)i' baiti Miimr.
titmr JnmoK Makco 2AXI Imk ugar,
liiK r oo and I ikn uninlrlcv
Htmr Klniiu :mi i, ,,., .uuiir. iso !
ixjtatuci, 11 man corn, IW Ugi lionm, 7
Imlei Ims, 13 lilili'.H, 'JO Iiihi and 130
Kroin Knu-il, imr etinr Jittni-i Miiknu,
MuriM-J V ltuHito Bii.t;t7dt-ok.
From Hawaii ami MhuI, pemtiiir Klnnu,
Mar :H From Volcano: .Vina Cinluhy, KJ
Krlei'il. C O Morn-, Mini W Mornc, U TMi
;r. O HdreiuK, .DrKUrlnl, C It DavK
Prof II ItrlKK". H K. Wliltuuml wife, W II
.ScUoii and wlfo, N II Wither and wife, It
H'OWMcraud wife. O M llobliv and wife, K
ilrauf and wi e. WnyiMirtii: .Mr M (J Im.
vltt. Mr I) II Hitchcock. Ml V hiemicn,
W Hunter, !tv Oknlw?. Mliw Aimln Horner,
J l Iti-iilnii Thou Iteliton, Dr A KMi-ImN,
A Tlliln, 0 HnciiN. .Ml M K tainlfiinl,
Mlrnt M Ijiudford, N V. Malcolm and wife.
D; It V llatet. K Mollvr and lfo, N lleutli,
11 Coruwull, KTomluaKtt, W A Kinney,
MIm M A Homer and 217 deck.
VossoU in Fort.
11 8 8 1'lilludclplila, Darker, from Callao,
II H H Adurni, NcUoii, from a (tuImi
II II M 8 Cliumiilon, IliMiiru, I'.Kiuliiiimlt
H IJJIK Nanlmi. Mori, from hilo
II I J M HTnkaclillio. Nomuru.from Japmi
8 8 Aitntrulla, llnudliittu, from Han Krau-
Am bk 8 0 Allen, Thompson, from 8au
Am bktno lrni(rd, Kclimldt, from Han
Am wIiuIIiik bark Horatio, DonubUon,
from bun t'rniiclteo
Am bktno 8(1 Wilder, McNeill, from Han
Am biiw W (1 Irwlu, Wlllliuim, from
Am WlneOuiuva,NellMm, from Newcastle,
Am bkinu l'lanter, Dow, from Han Krau-
Am bktne W II Dlmoiid, KIImjii. from
Am M-Jir KuIIukKi lvernon, fioiu Oray'i.
Am I muKtcd sclir KIiik Uyrun. ClirUtlan-
hen, from Ncucuntlit, N H W
Am kelir Alton A, hcliunu, from Kim-ka
Am wh bk Abraham Darker, Mitchell,
from 8uu l-'rau. Uco
Am clmr Wbuler Narvureb, foot, for the
Am Mlmlonary jncket MornlnKStar, tiar-
land, from tiiu Houth He.it
Am l-iiiuiluil hclir Alohu, Dabel, from Hun
Drlt bk Xautlppe, from Newcastle, N 8 W
Haw Mil Helen Drewcr, Nuwliuil, from
Tl'u xteumur Ulnuillue will be In on
Tliu kcboouer Aloha will o on the Ma
rino Kuli.uuy to Im cleaned.
Tlieliurkentliie l'lanter hut not i-lrunil
ut 2 o'clock tbU iiflerni'on. Khe will prob
ably not leave tint. f to-morrow.
Tho Wnialealu hat been delayed by
rough weather on the Huiiiiiknu count. Hhe
muy be uIoiik Friday morning.
The bteiimorH Jumcx Mokee and Iwalunl
left for port on Knual aiiuin to-duv for
.iK'r curKimx for tho Aiutruliu,
The Imrkdiitine 8. O. Wilder U reeelvinn
her luxt limtulnipiit of miirur from the
"teainer Klimu. blie will leave to morrow.
Bt. Androw'a Bocond ConRregation
At tho annual meeting of St. An
drew's Cathedral second congrega
tion yesterday evening Hov. Alex.
Mackintosh presided over a small at
tendance. Capt. H. W. Mist, H. X
and Mark '. Itobinson were re-elect-ed
as churchwardens. The Milt'smou
woto also re-elected, C. Day being
elected ill place of tho late Oeo.
Gilfillau. Following is the lit:
Geo. S. Harris, K. V. Jordan, T.
May, J. Hutehings, W. (J. Single
hurst, E. Hart, J. V. L'oiliuore and
The finance eomiuittoo cousihtH of
F. M. Swanzy.T. May, .1. W. I'od
moro and A. Coekburu, and the
choir committee of T. Mav, U, l.
laukea, T. F.. Wall, Mis.vs Wodo
hoiihe and von Holt.
Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy
gives the best satisfaction of any
cough medicine I handle, and as a
seller leads all other preparations in
this market. I recommend it be
cause it is the best medicine I oor
handled for coughs, colds and croup
A. W. Ilaldridge, Millersville, .
I; or sale by all dealers. Hoiisou,
Smith Co., Agent for tliu llawui
LOCAL AND QENEIIAL NEWS.
a lauy s loai goiu wnicn is adver
Friday will bo field day al Oabu
Two nativos for tiou-iiaynumt of
taxos woro arrested lo-duy.
Diamond Head, i p. ni.- -WVathor
clear, wind fresh nortliuasit.
There will bo tables for foreigners
at the Maternity Homo luati.
The Hawaiian National band will
piny at the Maternity Homo ltiau on
II. 13. M. S. Champion left for
Hilo, Hawaii, this forenoon for tar
Tiekets for tho great ltian on
Saturday nro for sale at the Uoldeu
Kaymon Hoyes gave a limit at Iva
lilii yesterday in honor of his one
year old child.
Besides a large list of cabin pav
peugers tho Kiuau brought to-day
217 peoplo on the deck.
Tho steamer Kiuau brought
twouty-oiio passengers back from
tho Volcano this niyriiing.
Up till 2 o'clock to-day tho voters
registered before the board of com-
missioners uumbored 1111.
Captain Lo Ilallcstcr, of the bark
entiuo Hilo, and wife, will leawi for
tho Coast by tho batkeuliuo S. G.
Pure Ceylon tea can bo had at tho
store of . J. hadris, 15(5 Xituanu
street, where Ceylon jenelry and
handmade lace is also sold.
L. J. Lovoy will hold a sale of Ml
c'rouesian and Hawaiian curios at his
salesroom at 10 o'clock to-morrow.
The collection is on exhibition.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Macfarlano
leave for tho Coast on the S. S. A us
tralia on Saturday. Mr. Macfarlano
will combine business witli pleasure.
Harrison Bros., contractor, have
dissolved pat luership. Fred, liar
rison is, according to notice else
where, to wind up tho business iu
Mr. and Mrs. Charles V. Dudolt
have issued invitations to the mar
riage of their niece Dlaneho Dudolt
to Charles Ktthio l.wis at Moantil,
Molokai, on April otli, at 2 p. in.
A break in tho side of one of the
concrete pillars of the .ludiclarv
building was repaired lo-dav. The
plaster walls of tho interior look
like small-pox with the patching up
of holes made by the l. G. guards
lately iu garrison there.
Mrs. Cans' lecture on "England
and Windsor Castle," which was to
have been given to-morrow evening,
is indefinitely postponed on account
of the reception to the Micronesiau
missionaries tho same evoiiint; at
Central Union Church.
Ilollitter ,V Co., manufacturers of
aerated waters and dealers iu to
bacco, cigars and smokers' supplies,
have moved their ollice and store
rooms to the corner of Fort and
Merchant streets, formerly occupied
by the late M. Goldberg. With in
creased space there they make a line
display of their goods.
Tho Aikoku Maru Arrlvos. From
The Japanese steamship Aikoku
Maru, T. Furukawa commander, ar
rived to-day, lit days ftoin Kobe,
Japan. She made the passage leis
urely, as she would have to go Into
ouarantino if it was made under IS
days. The captain showed a clean
certificate of health, and thoi-taiuer
was allowed to come alongoido the
I'aeifio Mail wharf. She bioughi
!J."1 Japanese, male and female, and
a heavy ireight. 'J lie captain was
required to fill the pntsougor list,
under the new law, giving the place
f 'oui which each paenger on board
came, what occupation, destination,
object of coming here, amount of
money iu poesion. nationality, etc.
It took Captain Furukawa until
1:!W o'clock thin afternoon to com
ply with the law. Some of the men
had A') in their pockets, one mer
chant had $10. and another on a
progpectinu'trip hail .ll, while others
brought iiieichaudiM'. Mosl were
cooks and bound for Hilo, Hawaii.
DISASTER ON HAWAII COAST.
Landings Destroyod by Storm
Btcmuioru Cunnot Load.
News was received bv tolonlionn
from Kohala, before the steamer Ki
uau left, tliat tho Koholalole laud
ing, including tho derrick, had been
washed completely aw;.y, and the
lower part of Kukuihaolf, and a por
tion of the Ooknla landing were
demolished. The damage was cam
ed by a heavy northerly swell which
prevailed along the coast on Friday
and Saturday of last wei.k. When
the steamer Kiuau wie steaming
along the coast on her wax to Hono
lulu the steamer Waialealexvas seen
lying nt anchor at Houokaa able
to land freight on account of the
xvashing axvay of tlie landings. She
is expected to arrixe mi Friday next
xvitli more definite news of tlu. din.
A sex-ore rheumatic pain iu the left
shoulder had troubled .Mr. J. II.
Lopor, a xvell knoxvn druggist of Drs
Moines, Iowa, for oxer six iiuntlis.
At time the pain wa- so severe Itiat
he could not lift a i i.x thing. With
all he could do he could mil ot rid
of it iinlil he applied Chamberlain's
I'aiu Halm. " only made three ap
plications of it," he say, "and haxe
since been free from all pain.'' lie
now recommends it to pommis simi
larly .alllictcd. It is for sale lix all
dealers, lieusou, Smith A Co., agents
for the llaxxaiiau Islands.
liiery ilnvrtjitfon oJUIt I'll l.X I'l.XU
don, ailhi UulUtiu OJJI44.
HAWAIIAN EXHIBIT A FAKE
Opinion of a Rgcont Visitor to tBo
A buines5 mau on Fort street has
received a lottor from a friend who
lately went to tho Coast, in which
somo rather depreciatory remarks
aro made about tho Hawaiian exhi
bit at tho Midwinter Fair. After
advising Ids correspondent to stay
away on account of miserable
weather advice, by the way, that
cannot hold good much longer as
the spring advances the writer
talks about the fair. This is part of
what ho savs:
"Tho Midwinter Fair or interna
tional exposition doesn't trouble mo
much. Good life, you should see
our Honolulu fairl A big jackass,
one dime a ride. It looks to me to
bo a goat, and if it gets no grass it
won't be thero long. Next is a Ha
waiian ox. l'oor brute! He did
look hungry, and 1 can see ho has n
severe cold, running at tho eye?. If
Thurston doesn't sell him for
butcher meat mightv soon, there
will boa loss sure. N'ext are a few
native huts very poorly got up, and
facing them a few old sand bags and
two Provisional guns.
"A placard invites you to 'Stay
and see the dauciiiL' irirls hula-hula
,,,,nc!',. T J),,,sl s.aJ' 't'',ono vvri'
I'""""))-." lh writer tells of alio-
noliilt citizen trying to force n
unnvu uiio a ponti oi water to snoxv
oil his sxvimming, "anil the thermo
meter below zero" (ho is probably
st retelling Ikto). "N'oxt are the
(Queen's chairs and bedstead, etc.,
and don't leave before buying a Ha
xvaiian souvenir spoon. Walk on to
the next -a turtle one hundred years
old, worshipped by tho natives as n
goddess, which crosses tho xvater.
etc. 1 am sure I saxv the self ami
same turtle iu Waterhouse's garden.
W alk on: txvo more ases the size of
goats, and one could see sun, moon
and stars through them. I saxv
enough; 1 did not trouble about
NO I'l.AOE FOIt NATIVES
Tho Loaguo Forcinp; Ilawmiaua Out
of Public Employmont.
I James Kamaka, a steady young
native xvho has been running the
Government steam roller for tho
past Ixvelxe years, has been discharg
ed because he declined to carry a
gun in case of a revolution, (toad
Supervisor Ciininiings asked him the
other day hoxv his feelings wore to
xvards the Provisional Government.
Knmaka's ansxver xvas, "Oh, all right.
I've taken the oatlr to support the
Provisional Government, and that's
enough:" Mr. Cuiiimings wanted a
more definite statement of his posi
tion iu politics, and asked him
whether he would carry a gun for
1 the government. The reply xvas in
tho negative, Kamaka adding that
he xvas employed as an engineer on
I he steamroller and not as a gun
carrier. Mr. Cuiumlugs said that
the requirement xvas made by Minis
i ter King, and hu would have to get
John lte),a memberof the Amor
' lean League, has succeeded K.imnka
as engineer on the steam roller.
, Although an old resident and a
thorough engineer, t here is no rcaou
! why he should replace a competent
' native. This is another result of
1 1 lio League's domination. Three
.weeks ago fifteen Port uguee made
applications tho Uoad Supervisor
with recommendations fioin Minis
ter King. In conteipience fifteen
, natives xvoro discharged ami the
Portuguese were put on trial and
CENTRAL COMMITTEE A. U. P.
I Tho Meu Who Will Run tho Patty
I There were elections iu the five
electoral districts of Honolulu yes-
I terday evening for a central com
mittee of tho so-called American
L'uion Party. Kadi district club
elected two members. Accordini to
the reports iu the Adxertiser, one of I
the party organs, the proceedings
xxvro tame and spiritless. In every
disttict but the third the cut-nuil-dried
ticket appears to haxe been
selected as a mailer of form. Tho
Portuguese iu the third, hoxvever, :
took their power in hand ami ruled I
the roost. "There were '2V2 votes
polled in the third," the report goes
"Six candidates xvoro iu the field, A. I
Fernandez, James Vierra, Dr. C. IJ. '
Wood, (J. W. Smith, Julius Ascli
and James N tt, Jr. Fernandez and
Sierra were elected, tho former re
ceixiug P-'ii votes and the latter llil.
Following is the composition of
the big "C. C." xvliich is to dominate '
the elections of delegates to the
constitutional convention that is to
give the Haxvaiiau Islands a perma
nent scheme of government with its
fundamental laxv. Look at it:
First (INlrict, F. 11. McMockerand
T. F. Lansing; Seioud district, C. L.
Carter and A. V. Peters; Third dis
trict, A. Fernandez, and James
Vierra; Fourth district, T. II. Mur
ray and Kdxvnrd Tuxvnu, ami Fifth
district, J. A. Low and James
Tho Uiibo Dull Ground.
Complaint is general among base
ball players, who have begun prac- i
Using for the season, of the condi
tion of the Asocial ion ground, which
is bad enough to prexent any good
playing, Hunches of gra-s, knobs
and hollows, abound, so that when a
ball strikes tlieie is no certainty
whore it will rise. It is a dangerous
condition for the players. The As-.o-icialiouwill
haxe to pull jtolf to
gether and put the ground iu order,
or the League i-liih- will not turn
out and then the property will be
OKYI.ON TEA AND JEWELRY.
i iii.n i infoiim tiii: itiii. if
I Hull I Irnxe itM-i i-d m Slure III No. I '1
Sieimi'i ri' with .. i 1 1 Xlnuufui iu'kI
Ji-ueirt ! I uiih It iL.lt -', 1 1 ' i ' . !' urN,
il . .1 il t r i-ulvtd niiin? dire fe Ion IVu
tr il .lii. f.)liin H iiel-K.adu l.ure.
i An ilitpcclluu of in muck it ml idled.
W. J. HAIHIIH,
1 W-vf K Hi Nuunuu itttil.
OAGOING THE PRESS.
Editor Norrie Fined One Hundred
Dollars for a Politic! Article.
Edmund Norrie, editor of the
Holomua, xvas brought before the
District Magistrate this morning to
ansxver to a charge of violation of
the sedition laws of tin Provisional
Government by publishing an article
headed, "They Don't Vote," ou
March 21, in which the following
"From Hawaii to Nilhau every
, io.viii um.eii win siny at 1101110 nntl
refuse to recognize a goxornnient
repro.enting nobody, rspected bv
nobody and despised by all."
J. A. Hasinger, chief elork In tho
Interior ollice, attested to the regis
tration of tho Holuui'ia. Joseph
Marsden testified to the ktioxvlcdge
of defendant being the o liter of the
Holomua, and tho responsible party.
A communication from Mr. Nome
to witness xvas cited, in which tho
latter apologized forncirtain articlo
which appeared in his paper, he be
ing absont at tho time ef its publi
cation. P. Clifibrd, clerk iu the
Marshal's ollice, closed the evidence
for the prosecution by relating the
fact that ho had read a copy of the
Holomua on March 22, in which tho
paragraph referred lo bi the com
Charles Creighton, counsel for de
fendant, aked for a discharge on
the grounds, first, that no evidence
had been Introduced to prove that
Norrio xvas guilty of a seditious of
fense; secondly, that it xvas not prox
ed that Norrie xvas tho publisher of
tho Holomua, ami, thirdly, that
thero xvas nothing iu the paragraph
to shoxv that tho Provisional Govern
ment xvas meant.
W. O. Smith. Attorney-General,
argued for tho prosecution, holding
that tho chargo xvas suillcieiit and
defendant should be found guilty.
District Magistrate Robertson de
clined to discharge defendant. Do
fondant's counsel refusing to put ou
evidence for tho defense, Mr. Norrio
xvas sentenced to pay a fine of $100.
Mr. Creighton noted au appeal.
DR COOPER APPOINTED
Successor to Dr. Androws as Hospital
Tho board of trustees of tho
Queen's Hospital held a special
meeting in thp Chamber of Com
merce nt I0:.'i0 o'clock this morning.
The object of the meeting xva to
appoint a successor to Dr. G. 1).
Andrews, ulivsician at the hosoilnl.
xvho intends leaving for tho Coat
shortly for his health. Dr. C. It
Cooper xvas proposed and accepted '
as hospital physician to fill the ollice i
for the balance of thst term. ;
Tho committee on rules and regu-
Int ion, reported proposed amend-
ments, mid a special meeting has'
been called for Monday next to hear j
and act upon the committee's report.
Murder Socond Dogroii and Assault
with a Doudly Weapon. I
Deputy Marshal Brown concluded ,
the evidence for the prosecution in
the murder cae against Joseph Cae
caeres yesterday afternoon and after
argument by counsel D.strict Magis
trate Itobertsou reserved decision,
on a motion by counsel for defend
ant to lessen the charge, uulil this
morning. The Magistrate this morn
ing committed Caecaeres for trial to
tho Circuit Court for murder in the
J. Caecaeres xvas thou arraigned
on a charge of assault with a deadly
weapon ou Herman Knouli. De
fendant waived examination and was
committed for trial.
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lurv lmiil;niit, rcinr I-nil i(iiii- hiviiu;
I'lulnm iiKiiiust Midi I'.-l.iin to irfrunt llirlr
cliilni- uilliln fix ihihiiIm from il.itu or
thi-y u ill In- lnriniT harii il, ami all .i'imhm
ouIiik 'iilil I elate an ln-ri'liy ri-ii dtil to
inaki. iiiinii-illatii i iiit-nt in J. W I. im
int;. "t Kimhiimtiiiii htni'l, lluiinliiln,
J. V. I.I MMI, AmIk iv.
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HAWAIIAN JOOKEY 0LUB.
'Pill: ANNl'AI. MKIITINil oh' 'llli:
1 Ml'llllil-rn nf llll' II M MIAV .Im M V
l ii ii Hill Im h.hl i.n .MOMi vY I.VI.n
IMI. Ap-ll .', l-'H, id 7 . "i ..'.li.i-l., nt il,.-l'.illli-i'liili.
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Notiuo To Lawn founts Players I
IT II WIND IIHCN I'llOI'ilSKIi To
I tin1 Ito'iiil nf Man '(i.'iiiKiit nl tin Hono
lulu I ri.-l. ft I'lnli thai .1 Ijiuii TiiiiiiU t'l Ii
Im loriiiiil in riiiijiini-'iiili wllli Ihn ll.l. I' ,
ill" llllllll III Nllllllltll'lll.-lll Will hull) HI .
iii! at tin- rllimtiin Aiiim ,oii Klnt,--in- i,
'ii tin' Mh ln-t.. at : iiu'cihii i'. m , (ur
tin' ilirinii n ioiiii ln ill.' ,r.iHial
niiil u II In' ilnii'. to i'lnli KClitlvnii'ii
liiturxiii'il In l.mw Ti.'iniW.
It. I.. ACCIIIIACII,
l-i ierwry 11. U. C.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
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lira. K. rinl-o
Tho eomMnitloti of rxrcllcnt stomach
lonlrsl' "owl's .Sarsaparlll.i Is sn h that,
Txith iMisr attention todlct, Ind ':osilnn
and even tlto worst raws of dx'topala ars
cured by this li.nllrlno. lira,! this:
"llarlnj for several years been crcatly
trouMcd Tvlth l!ull;rtn-n, anil li-.rlnj seen
Hood's Sarsap.irll!aailrrlH.vl, I concluded to
Kirs It a trial. T.J my liar tln-M ami nrt.ils.itlj
(action I fouitil It tJ Id- ihr onlr rriniy tor tills
romphlnL" Mns.N.'iaui:,4L,5ilcarr Street,
Hood's Pills not easily, yet promptly and
CclcuUy, on UjollxernuJ bowels. Mc
HOIIIttlN, NKWMAN A CO..
Agents for Hawaiian Island".
ON APRIL l, 1894,
HOKE & ZUR OEWESTE
Will tski- cli.irvn nf I In- Stnri. knnwii ic
"KA MAI I.I-:" sxlth n
new complete stock!
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FA N'CY ARTICM5S. I
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UN.)Kuw.;Ah,Monday March 19
... , L'LK ASK GIVE ME A CALL1
Furnishing Goods, . "
Shofs, Notions. Etc., Etc., E'c.
T II ID
nipVPlflllH RlPUPlo T'lllh
IjlDYtJldUU Dliyiiie UUD
Will h.ivc It- I irt Urnuliiu m
APRIL 1 , 1 894,
it only cosr vor
$10 A MONTH
To In- In jni with titln-r "fli-wlitnil"
rlilori.. What nn.ri run )uii ii-k Inr.
Join Now, a Few Cfiances Left !
ALUMINUM fii rum 1 'n
H. E. WALKER,
I'M II A:-m. Iliinnlnlii. II. I
FOR SAN JKANCISC'O.
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Wll.l. I.IIAVK HllMU.IM.l'
Hill Till lln I I'nlir UN
Saturday, March 31st,
Hi-' iin'i'ril!iii'i art nn ir.-t.iri-l to
I--IM) Tliriiiitli 'I ii'ki'i' Iroin tin- l In to all
hiiiiik in i he Unltiil (ilium,
" I'nr IiiiiIiit .-irt'i'itlur-. r.'jt inline
l'ri'i;lii or I'lf-oar, 11 j.l - to
W.M. 0. IliWIS .V I'll., I.'n,
tl-lit Ill'lll'Ml Al'l'lll-.
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Luacs
General FuiDlio !
At Smith'a Bus and Livory
Stablos, King Stroot.
Ailnliilii)i Mi-tri'i'.illian Mult Murk. ',
I- llil' l'h'-llr-l .I;iit in Inn ii )i.ii il, .'. I
llil'. WiU'iilli'lli -, It, l (; - an. I Mn. Hi.
Iliir.i.. It will u oii tu .11,1 aii'lxi'
liulurr ion r el fttlii-rv.
Mutual Tolophono -40Q.
Headquarters for White Goods
8HO F'ort Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAINSOOK In Plain, Striped, '"heck, and I'laUK
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. OKADE.S AND IMtHT.H.
IM.M I'll I.x In Striped, 'lnvk, I'liihN sud Hair Lines.
IN'DIA LINONs, HAT 1ST B AND COTTON CHAPES.
COTTON MtLLS IN WHITK, CKBAM AND KCKU.
IMMIJNSK VAIMKTY OK
WHITE : O-OOIDS
-AN KNDI.FN.S VAIttnrV OK
KMIIIttllKKIJY r.DniNiiS in Swl Nnln.l: nti.l HnmlmrK. In
All Widths with Inserting in Mulch.
All-fjvcr Embroidory, Embroidory Flonuces and Demi Fliance.
Laces of Evory Description in All Widths.
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fk ?? mmm4
513 Robinson Block, Hotel Street,
NK r TO OltllWAY A I'OltTKIti
Stock Must k Sold on May 1st.
I Wll.l. si:i. orr MY KNTIItK stuck, CoNHISTINU OK
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
SHOES, HA.TS, '
Mens and Boys' Suits, Etc., Etc.
ltS; U iM ''"l'"'!!'' h- ' " mention all the Article
,! lri,.,.H J
SAM-J (JOM.MIONCKS ON
aiocK must ns mm on may 1st.
! I linvc hi'cii iiiMfriiftfil by Mn. ,J. M. UK Sa k Sii.va.
l,1'l'l","l' ! IIav.ii.xI.I'ankskazaak, Hotel Htreet,
tm.in,ihM,.kr.iAiANKsifiuooiis. aim., a iiiff .J
.Mirtiiifiit of .IAIWNKSK PAPER NAPKINS will he sold
I jj,. ..AN (.ov).
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; f : ! dCk TQ infers Q r 1 r
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS !
HAVlVd COM ,nn:i TO Cl.oni: Of T THIS LINK OI'
tlmilii Mil i N in Y TJIKM AT THICKS . .
AWAY UKLOW COST.
IB. F. BHIJERS Se CO.
tbi.M'II..m: m- ,..."",
IMI'UKTKIt AND DEALER IN
fiHOCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Koll Butter and Island Butter
VGT ALWAYS OX HANI) g
M Gcods Ilecciyed by Eytry Steamer Irom San Francisco.
M,ii,&;ViV::t,u','t,.1:l:.!,;i,y ",""" " p-... m ni,
Lin-wln Hlock. Kinq Stki.kt, Her. Kcikt and Aukba Stbkwb.
,M,T" n:,'M ",,NI:H -'' " " -7'. o. toxw
LKVVIS & CO.,
Ill fc'OUT STKEBT.
Importers, Wholesale 4 lidiiil Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frosh Goods by Evory California Sloamer.
ICU - IIOIT.SIO - (JOOOS . A - SPECJIALTV.
InI.AMIa OllDt.H.i S'llLiriiKli ft't
II. K. .Mel NITRE & 1JKO.,
Dll'Oin tl.ii AMI I)KALi:U.S IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
S,H """'' ' ,,v'-' '' i:"ry I'lan fr...,i 11,0 I:m.tii Hut,, mm .,n,.
I'llKSlI ("AUIUIINIA I'KOIHVK. HY KVKKY STEAMKU.
Ml Oi.li.ri, imnliii, utlt ti'l.'.l tu nmt Iihi.U IVUvrnil to mil
I'.iri nl tin I'll) khki:,
UI.AM) Olil.tUS S.ll.ll'ri.J. Satwaotion Ouamntmu.
KAr.1 lOllNKU FQlfr AND RJNO TRKTt,
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