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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KliOM AND AFTKK JUNE 1. !.
To Kwa Mn.L.
)). It. A. D.
AiM tM PM 1 M
Leave Honolulu ... .8:15 1:1.'. 1:25 6:10
Leave Pearl City ... .9:30 2:30 6:10 5:5(1
Arrive Ewa Mill 9:67 2:67 6:i i:22
0. II. n. A.
U-:ie Kwa .Mill.. ..0:21 1(1:13 3:43 6:42
J.cnvo l'eurl Oltv OiM 11:16 4:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu.... 7:S0 l:; 4:M i:45
A. Hut unlav!" only.
0. Hiuulnys excepted,
1). Htitunlnys excepted.
a)U'klUV iJ lUV'tiU. I. Innovation of the Judiciary build
w ' !- j mg interior is going on, the uroma
THURSDAY, MAIIOH 2tf, 18M.
Tiiurmiay, Mnr. 29.
Btiur Mlkalmla from Knivil
Htmr Hawaii from l'upcckco nnd Hoiioinu
Tit i' r day, Mar '.1
II I J M H Nittilwa, Mori, for Japan
Am bkltiu HUWllJor, MoNulll, for Han
Am bkttiu l'lmiter, )uv. for Hun KruncUco
Vossola Iioavlne To-morrow.
Htinr Mlkalmlu for Knnnt
Mmr KIiiuii for LiiImIim, .Mnnlneit, Make
lin, .Muliukonu, Kuwiillnu', l.aup:ilioi
lioo, Hakalau, Honomii, rolinkutiianu,
t'epeekeo, Unomua, l'apulkoil ntnl llllo
nt i in
Onriroos from Island Porta.
Hunr Hawaii itUnj nu sitimr, flu head cat
tle Hlmr MUnlmla -Itil Imgi pugnr, :!UIm
From Kami, r Htmr Mlkiilmlii. Mural
-Mrs Von t'urrevk nnd 17 deck.
l-'r8in I'rnni!lco, jcr UUlnc H O Wild
er, Mur'.l) Cnititlu l.c llnllUtor nnd wife,
Mrs Dletz nnd child nnd niiothcr friiinle.
The atenuipr Hawaii Ik ilNdinrtiiig her
(;ir Into the hark Uu Ion.
Tim nteiiiiier Mlknhnla nrrlvcd IU
mornliiK from Kauai, Hlie will leave again
Tlio HrltMi linrk Xantlpe la t'Xix'ctnlto
linve onriatiirilny for llojitl Uoni, li. (',,
Tlio harkentlne l'lmiter, K. A. Dow, took
15,1114 bus i-UK'ir, viilnitl nt .Vl,"iO.UI, for
8.1 r. Kiaiicloo lo-day. Tin oIiImiii'IUk were
10.4 Imkii, 11. HiukfcM.VjUo.jiUiOliuK. M.
N Orliiluiiiiii .V Co Weight of onrno, LUC.',.
Ul.'l U. The l'lmiter left tlm !iulillliii
wlmrf at II o'clock.
The export by tlio liarkcutluc 8. (I.
Wilder, l.'uptulu McNeill, to-day consisted
of 10.372 Iiukh HUK'ir. tOD Iiiikh ciilfeu. all I
rolilnc. molimus, dlxtrllmt d an IoIIowk:
Wt tiK" siifjiir, I'. A. Hiliaefer .V Co.; 11,117
l.ii)(H miKnr, IU0 Iiukh colleo, T. 11. Davlck A'
(Vi.; (IKa) lint; Rtiar, l'. llrewur Co ; 170
IiIiIh iiilu-nf, J, II. Ilrtuii-. DomeKtlu
viihio, f.M.U-.'l., 1.
A Fine Program Propared For tho
The grand chnrity entertainment
for tho benefit of Mn. Kntihuno
and Herman Kaouli will take place
on Saturday evening at tho Opera
House. A perusal of tho program
as given below will convince anyone
that a rare treat is lu store for those
who attend tho concert. Prof. Hur
ler and his orchestra will assist. Y.
J. Cuelho will appear in n character
hong, "Tho Uordor Chief." Messrs.
W. II. Hours nnd W. B. Ahh will
sing a duet, und Dr. Mooro will in
troduce his jiuts. Tho inimitable
('. Xestor EdiRon will illustrate his
trauU around tho world. Tho pro
gram is as follows:
Overture Crown of Hold. . Hermann
Curtain KiiImt "Our Oomrnile ii
Dea.l" Collin Coe
Cliorua-"Tlio orth Wind''
Albert riiott (lattv
.Slump Hp eeli "Ailvcnturoi" .
C. Nentur Kdlbon
rtiinr tolo "Cliaiitiulem"
.Mr.Jun. W. Me.tiulre.
Melle "T. psey Turvy". . . Cuthleen
Duel "When K'er I ceo Iho-oHiiill-
Ins l-.yes" I..Moor
J. . Med ii Ire and W. J. Coelho.
Cliuru- bv tilee Club.
Dr. Moore and JIIb I'oIh at Home,
Overture "INmeruIdu".. .. Herinunn
llurltiino Holo "The llorder Chief"
W. J. Coelho.
Kiuitaalii "The i'ulrlos". jc Combo
, Duet. .
Me-hrn. W. H. Hoo(n nnd W. II Ali,
Chorus - "Hlmplo hlmon" J. C. Mary
, Mureh- "(looil Night".. Knut
"Hawaii I'onol "
"Perhaps you would not think ho,
but u very large proportion of dis
eases in Now York comes from care
lessness about catclutig cold," says
Dr. Cyrus Etlson. "It is such a sim
ple thing uud so common that erv
fow people, unless it is a case iff
ptioumonia, pay aiiy attention to a
cold. Now York isonoof the healthi
est places on the Atlantic Coast and
yet thorn are n great many cases of
catarrh and consumption which have
their origin in this neglect of the
simplest pa-caution of every day life.
The most sensible advice is, when
you have one get rid of it as soon as
possible. By all means do not neg
lect it." Dr. I'M sou does not tell
von how to euro a cold but wo will.
rak,o Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy.
It will relievo the lungn, aid expec
toration, open the secietious ami
soon oll'oct a permanent cine.
and W) cunt bottles for sale by all
dealers. Henson, Smith ft Co.,
MtfouU for the lUwsiiau lalauda.
LOOAIj AND GENERAL MEWS.
To-lnorrow is fiohl day at Oahu
Diamond Hoacl, '6 p. in.- Weather
clear, wind light oast.
Tho stoainor Hawaii drought fifty
head of eattlo from llotiotnti this
Thrco or four parrots may hi soon
flying around the city ovory ovoniug
Dotoctivo Larson lias added an
other to his long list of Chinese va
The Secretary of the American
League was on deck in the Council
chamber this afternoon.
A number of tourists will leave
. it... .i... in .
on the steamer runati to-morrow
afternoon for the Volcano.
A musical entertainment is being
talked of to take place in the near
fuluro in tlio Opera House.
of fresh paint lilliug the place to
day. Now Japanese fancy iroods and
"amp, the host food for infants,"
liavo been recuivcu at the okolinuia
President Dole enjoyed a rido on
horseback at Makiki early this morn
ing. He wore kueo breeches and a
II. V. Severance, ex-Consul Gen
eral of tlio United Maten, was n visi
tor at the meeting of Councils this
Kegister your nnmu on the list of
those going to tlio Maternity Home
luau on Saturday next, or you will
miss a treat.
No criminal cues were heard in
the District Court this moiuiug.
Several case of non-payment of
taxes were settled.
Since last report "'.) voters have
registerotl for t ho conslilttt ion.nl con
vention election, malum: the total
uumber at I ::)." to day IU3.
Eight arrests of native wero made
between yesterdny and this morning
for non-payment of taxes. With the
exception of tlirou thoy nil "dug up."
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S. S. Aikoku Maru from Japan were
. ''V.'i' "'.'''; '"'. B " '""
released this afternoon, and are
(piartered in dillerent lodging Iioiim's
Thocompllmeutar)' benefit to Mrs.
Kauhntio nnd II. Kaouli will take
place Saturday evening. Tlio box
plan will open to-morrow morning
at L.J. Levey's.
Paintings of the Volcano of Ki
lauea in December of last year and
its present condition have been
made by D. Howard Hitchcock.
They aro beautifully executed.
H. I. J. M. S. Nnuiwn left lnr an
chorage in naval row shortly before
noon to tiny. She Is hound home,
being relieved by the Into arrival of
her sister ship, tlio Takachiho. '
A uumber of the police wero sub- ,
joctetl to vaccination yesterday. ,
Some refused point blank to bo vac
cinated, having undergone the oper- '
ntiou years ago, and think that etilll
ciout. Aukai, a twelvo-yoar-old boy, was
found guilty of larceny in thelhiid
degree yesterday in tho District
Court and sentenced to eight mouths
in the Reformatory k-IiooI. Ho stole
&!j.r0 from a Japhiiebe woman.
Tho sale of Micronesian and Ha
waiian curios at L. J. Levey's auc
tion room to-day wn largely attend
ed and fairly good prices wero
realized. A majority of the pur
chasers wero tourists, their hobby
Doing lint peacock lets, which went
Tho following deserters, all able
seamen, wero reported to the police j
this morning by Capiaiu No wall of ;
the Hawaiian hark Helen llrouvt: ,
Murphy, Lawler, John McLaiu, tSco.
Smith, Allen Matsen and Whitelaw.
A reward of ?1() eacli in ollercd for
their return to the ship.
The board of management of the
Hawaiian Cricket club will meet in
the Arlington annex. King street, at
7:S!0 o'clock this evening, for tho
purpose of diciisiiig the format ion
of a lawn tenuis club in conjunction
with the cricket club. All tho.-o in
terested in lawn tenuis are invited
to be present.
IhiiJilos tho usual supply of in
formation regarding tropical agri
culture, the Planter' Monthly for
March gives eight pagoe of "Facts
concerning the Hawaiian or Sand
wich Islands," intended for a reply
to many letters received bv niiiiiv
residents from people uhroail nkng
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WILL TAKE NO I'AHT.
Attitude of tho Hawaiian 1'atrlotlu
Association Towiuit tli.i Election.
There is tnlk 11111011 the principal
memliers of the 1 1 ui Alolm Ainn of
cnlliu n mnsn meeting of loyal Hit
wniiiiiirt rtliortly todin'iiss the coining
elections to tlio Cou.it it utiounl Con
vention. It is proposed tlmt resolu
tions lie ilrnfted and mui! to (lie Pro
visional (Jovernineut iiiforiuiut: t htui
that tlm eon vent ion election is a lit
tle premature, as the Hawaiian iic-,.
tiou is still before the United Slates
Senate. The members of the j I ui
Aloha Ainn have been cautioned
nniusl taliinK any of the oat lit
lending to all'eet their position lie
fore tlm American public. The re
sult of this caul ion is evident in the
fact that very few -ami these hangers-oil
of the Kuoltoa and Mission
ary Institute, itud (ioverumeul em
ployees look part in the election
of central commit tin men on Tues
day evening Kiliipio, the man who
wa thrown out of lm Asylum
ground by the tfuanl, wan elected
in the Mrs! district as a delegate.
! ti'iun of (.'(itiii'ifr. I'riiilin,!
promptly rxeuni"! ' ow rnir, ,o 0,
Rogular General Sossion of the Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
President Dole opened the weekly
meeting of the Councils with prayer
at 1:!I0 p. in., with him being pre
sent: Ministers Hatch, King. Da
mon and Smith; Councillors V. C.
Wilder (Vieo-l'residout), Eminelulli,
Allen, Waterhoiiso, Etia, Tonne.v.
Nott. Morgan, Hoi to, Meudouca and
D. 13. Smith.
Dr. Kodgers, secretary, read the
A petition in the shape of n reso
lution from the International Schu
elzen League in favor of Sunday
afternoon baud concert was lire-
rented. Laid on the table to bo con
J-idered with report of the Judiciary.
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W.'llllilllll-U ,ll IIU,IUM9 'i'llliuiir Mil i
the same subject. I
A petition was preentcd from the .
Ivawaiahao Y. At. C. A. against Sun-
iuister Smith oresented a teti-
tiou from Helen Devauchelle for the
pardon of her husband under yent
ence for opium smuggling. Referred
to Judiciary Committee.
Minister Damon presented the
weekly liiiauctal slateiueul n iol-
l'XM-!M. Hmti.mp.st tur
Kndiso M wu 2H, is'ii.
Current m'rotint liulaui'c Mar.
Int rlor IVp.irtiiirut
San l-'rniH'lvi Cotioil Kee
$ I K,tt 1 117
Total ticu-'iry l.alauccn above
f iSM.olo 67
Department rnrelmi Alliilr-
Hnre.iu of I'nblle Work
H.ilirlc und IiicI'IoiiI.iN
:: i 7.1
Attorney ili'iicrnl' Dei.t. .
, ri'lliH)l inx'i to riMvlal iIcibi-Ii
iioiei nix io MM-viai ieiHi.
iax' to iMi'iai uciHcu
ui tnx.'i to rp
liur.iui ol I'dMIe
Paymei.t. under Svtlon
iniri'iiu oi ni'iitc I'l-irii'-iinii
1"'"1I , r''i"ry it.ii.mec uIm.v
act oio 67
lreaurv iwti' . . .
Due I'. S. ll.uik and 1.
. f.il,700 no
. r7T,7-V s7
I'. l. llNk MKMii.
Nt U-f-v ililo ilat'i of wlih
irii,aN iiintiirli'i: Mareh,
April and May, ('II.. J (ti.t-l
Cai.li on hand Ii,iV7
I'IIUVIIXI. UnWltWIKNT lk"'.
I'xprneit I'rovtkluual lloveru-
incut to ilnte f .tri.uit IX
ThUiimiiuut cuveri nil eH'iici liiehnl
t iilt mlliinrv ami llein- ten npproprl.iled
In the lu-t I -i I - aliire.
Mi'Mo " in rm:i iiv.
Oilti.tiindlliKeerillleale'... . J Jil.lMl ui
Cerlllleate withdraw u from
elreul'tttoii unit ili'Kjilcl
for i-afe keeping . I 2,i'IO '
Cah In lnaiiry tit roleem all
ttuttiilidluiteerilllemen 2l,Hoe lie
Ttilal auiotiuteiirtlllentex f .ll.'.imni
Ciih nn hand I'o-tal Having
Dunk f n:.757 IL'
llalaueu Io credit of 2l lto.ul
lloiirtU lu Treaiirv UI.7I2 17
llalaueu to civil It of hulioo!
Ilo.inl in TmiMiiy U,h.'1 is
Avallalile cj!i, current ac
count . . 7,I77 77
t i-. ..tJ.ll ill
Due ciirrcnt ucei. nut Imiu ml-
' Viin. '.in u loan (mi.l
1 I'm. current itceeunt fruin ml
Viincei lu I'oMill riivhiK
MIM'i ll.M.i -.
Minister Hatch reported from I he
Judiciary Committee, liudiut; that
Sunday baud concerts would eoiillicl
with the law of iSHtl. and that the
law would reouiro to be mucin! d to
aiithoriit such concerts.
Mr. Morgan movtd that the Judi
ciary Committee piepare a bill to
amend the Sunday law in the iniu
Mr. Waterhoitoe moved in amend
incut that the report bit adopted.
Moth amendment and motion ear
rii'd in turn.
Mini-ter Damon explained snne
provisions in the Appropriation
Hill. The general revenue wn-i about
.J.(KX),tiiXI. and for salariei and p'iv
roils about .?l.".tM),UIK) would be re'
tpiired, Salaiien were ela-i-.died as
far as possible in tlm bill. Grading
of salaries was also consistently nt
ictupicd. tie nsitoii timi me
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should take its usual course and
printed instead of typewritten.
Weeeived and ordered piinted.
Mr. Einmeliith wanted to know
what had become of the impiiry
inln the )ostnge stamp business.
Minister Damon replied that he
had conferred with the 1'os.tmaster
(ieiieral on the matter, and the
Finance Committee also had a meet
ing and were to see tlio I'ostmasier
General. The Secretary read the siib-titiite
bill relating to Chinese labor. It
provides thai each Chinese laborer
under contract shall have kepi out
of his wages .l.fitl a inonlh to pro
vide for Ins passage out or the coun
try whi-ii he given up agriciiltur.il
Mr. Kiuinetulh, iuteriupliugn mo
tion I hat the bill pass lirst nailing,
wanted a distinct uudeistamliug as
io how many readings were leipiiiml
to pass an act.
The President said that, after be
ing lead by the introducer, a bill
only needed to pas two readings b
Mr. K iimclutli moved that wher
ever in (lie lull the words "domestic
seruee" appeared I he) be slruek
Minister Smith begin explaining
that the bill wasoul an amendment
of I he act of lh'.l'J
Mr. Eiuiueluth - Wull, wo'll amend
Ministor Smith completed his ex
planations of the ualureof the bill. '
The amendment proposed would fail
of its object.
Mr. Emmeluth thought it was
time to call a halt. Tho Hue of '
demarcation should be set at agri-'
cultural laborers. A white domestic
servant was good enough for him if
ho could got one.
Mr. Tetiney You can't gt one.
Mr. Emmeluth retorted warmly !
that tho reason you could not get
whito servants was because the coun
try had become so crowded with .
Chinese that whito people would
not como hero. Two hundred "Mit
detits" arrived yesterday and were
lot go scot free.
-Mr. Morgan asked about tho ad
mission of largo numbers of Japa
nese and, on being informed by Min
ister Smith that they come "under
treaty arrangements, be siid ho was
against that business. The Chiunso
wero superior to tho Japanese as
laborers and moro desirable as store
keepers. Some of tho men who wero
loudest in tho tnlk against the Chi
nese wero tho inou who gave the
Chinese patronage. They liad their
clothes made by them unit took their
meals nt Chinese restaurants. One
tailor, who wns denottuciug Chinese
competition, soon after coming to
this country had spent several
monthsiti teaching Chui"- the art ,
of cut ting.
Minister Smith further explained
the intention of tho bill.
Mr. Tummy road a series of
amendments he intended moving,
to make the bill suitable for its ob
ject of helping the planters.
Mr. Smith went into tho provi
sions of tho bill at length, closing
with a motion that it pass to second
Mr. Tommy then withdrew his
A motion to recommit tho bill had
previously failed to receive support.
Mr. Wilder wanted to know if
prominent Chinese had been con
sulted by tho committee having the
bill in charge, to ascertain if Chi
nese laborers could bo obtained
under tho proposed restrictions. Ho
wanted to give the plantations their
tioeosary labor, with whatever re
strictions wore practicable on the
other side. j
Mr. IJolte replied that as M'oretary J
of the Planters' Labor and Supply
Co., as well as a member of its labor
committee, ho had investigated the
question as fully as possible. Sim-I
pier machinery for the regulation of I
Chinese immigration was needed.
It was annoying to the Chinese to,
have to deal with vat ions govern- )
tnent bureaus as at pro-unit. They had
to ileal with ollleials of tho Foreign
Ullice, the Custom House, the Hoard
of Immigration nnd tlm Hoard of
Health. Ho thought one bureau
ought to bo sullicietit to handle the
whole business. I his bill ouuht to
be referred to another special com
mlttee to be amended according to
tlm views elicited in that discussion.
lie moved accordingly. Carried.
The bill to piovid'o foi a salary
for the Deputy Tan Afsesor passed
President Dole submitted a reipii
sition for i."ri.''.i to improve the uni
forms of the drum eorp.s. Granted.
Minister Hatch made a requisition
for SttKUiO to provide 1 1 swords and
various other equipments for olll
ec rs ami non-commissioned ollicers
of the volunteer force. Granted.
The President appointed, as a
committee on the Chinese bill: Teu
ney, Kmmeliilh, Wilder, I), li. Smith
Mr. D. II. Smith aked the Minis
ter of Foreign Almirslf more .Japan
ese immigrants were expected
Minister Hatch replied it would
not be known until May 12.
Mr. Emmeluth--How many appli
cations are therej
Minister llnteh Twi Ive hundred.
President Dole informed the
Councils that Colonel Super had
been granted leave of nb-eueo for
si weeks to go to California. He
was goinjr part ly to study military
matters. The President would re
commend that he be allowed his
nay the same as here, but of course
Im would not receive his rations.
He would also ask that Lieut. Col.
Fisle-r be paid at tho rate of $100
tier mouth as acting commander in
Col. Sopor's; absuueu.
Mr. Waterhoiiso moved that tint
recommendations of the Eecutive
I be adopted.
I President Dole, In answer to a
. quest ion, said tlm SUH) a mouth to
I, cut Lol. 1'isher would bit in addi
tion to tlieflftl now paid him.
, Mr. Morgan objected to Colonel
i Super's being paid in his ab.senett.
If il was to learn something about
military mat tors, tlm speaker thought
he should hawt known .something
about them before he drew any
Mr. Kmmeliilh thought there had
been sullleietil said there before
about allowing salaries while on a
junketing trip. He did not think
they ought to allow anything to
Col. Sopor when nbsent.
Mr. Teuney said, amidst laughter,
that members of the advisory Coun
cil were allowed to draw their sala
ries while on a Msit to the Coast.
President Dole observed that this
was a matter that would go out lie
action of the Kxcciitivo, unless ac
tion was taken against it by the
Councils. Col. Soper had never put
on any aim was conscious of his
own deficiencies had never received
a military education -and dcsiicd
now to study military science in a
place where it wus ai a high stand
ard. Mr. Kuiuiuluth did not believe in
paying for people's education. Col.
Super had drawn pay during his
Mr. Teuney moved that the action
of the PicMilcnt in granting Col.
Soper leave of absence be approved,
lu answer to a question, he would
not say whether his motion included
pay to the colonel.
Mr. Lua agieed with Messrs. Mor
gan ami Kmuieliilli He thought a
law w.is p;i-Mi in Is1,) J that ollleials
should noi dr. i v p i for iiiorelhau
Uo wiel.s of absence I' io in duty.
Mr. D. II. Smith was opposed to
pa ing salary to nu.thody while not
attending to his business.
Mr. Euimuluth mutud an uuiund
tnnnt to add "without pay'' to tho
motion, seconded by Mr. Morgan.
Minister Smith was under the im
pression that the provision of a law
in 1892 cited l Mr. Ena hid only
been proposed but failed to pa-s.
The amendment was lost and the
Minister Hatch asked for kix
weeks' leave of absence for Mr.
Young, who had been unexpectedly
called away to California since Inst
Mr. Emmeluth asked about arrests
for noti pn.uiicul of taxes. Was
there no provision for delimpiouts,
who wero willing, to work out their
taxes in road labor, as in other coun
tries? Minister Smith, referring to I lie
consolidation of tax "aw mi tie1 le
port of n commission, sa.d that i .
jirisoiimont for uou-p''inout of taxes
had been in vogue here the past
Tho matter dropped ami the
Councils weni into .-nuio r.-aion
at il o'clock.
BAS 'DALTj MOVES SLOWLY.
Nothing Dono As Yot to Arrange
the Season Schedule.
The baseball fraternity are becom
ing impatient over the inactivity of
the Hawaiian Ha-ob.nll League to
make any preparation for tho com
ing baseball seasoti, which should
open about the middle of next
month. The Crescents, Ivnmeha
tuelias nnd llnwaiis have re-organ-lcd
and are now practising, A
meeting of tlio league was to have
been held last week, but through
soiue misunderstanding it did not
take place. The Crescents ami Ha
waiis are determined that the chain
piou Kaiuuhatiiehas will not hold
the cup another jear. A wrong im
pression has been created by a pre
vious report that should the Kamu
hamehas win the Spaldiug eup this
year, it will become their properly.
Nixey. The winning team hccome.-i
the owner of the cup for one year j
itr. JiavlA .V. Jot-Jan
of rMmeiton, .'. Y.
Colortoss, Emaciated, Hclploss
A ComJnfo Ourn fiy HOOD'S
TMi It from Mr. D M. Jordan, a re
tired farmer, nnd one of the niott re
spected citizens of Otseijo Co., N. Y.
Tourtecn ycanosu I ml n nttvkof ths
frivol, und bio Jliico been troubltsl UU tay
Llvor and Kklnoys
CTKlusllr Rrowlng worse. Tlirto rir a I
cot Jownsolowlliat I eottIJcnrclr wnlU.
I Iwtkc J moro likn n eori o th'.n ft IItIiib belns.
1 liml no ni-peills lei.l t.r lit it ccU I nie
ti.i.iir i.. ,1 i,i ut I. 1 tt.it l.anlv rm.vl.M(sl
ati.l liaa nutiH'r.te ierU..iiin ntMrolotnliie.
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Headquarters for White Goods
3NT. S. SACHS'
o Fort Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices I
NAINSOOKS In Plain, Striped, cheeks and Plaids.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
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DIM ITII-:. hi Mrlpeil, Checks, I'lnl.l sml Hair Mum.
INDIA LIXUN'S, HATISTI2 AND COTTON CHAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CKEAM AND ECltU.
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AN KN'DI.KsS VAIMI'.rY OK
LACES MB EMBROIDERIES!
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All ttlillhi uith liuenliiK to Match.
All-over Embroidory, Einbroidory Flonncos and Demi Finance.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
"HJ Robinson Block, Hotel Street,
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Stock Must be Sold on Hay 1st.
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Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Men's and Boys' Suits, Etc., Etc.
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SAL 10 ( ; I.MM 10 N ( ' KS ( ) N
Monday, March 19.
PLKASK GIVE ME A CALL!
Stock Must bs Sold on May 1st.
1 I have lipcii iiistmctcd by Mil. J. M. oi: S.v k Sii.va,
piiiirirtiirnr tin Naw.mian.Iai'anksk Hazaaii, UutfUtruut,
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AWAY BELOW COST.
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GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
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New dods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
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Fresh Goods by Eyory Califoraia 8toamer
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