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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
To Kwa Mill.
D. 1). A. 1).
l.oire Honolulu . .8:45 1:45 4:35 5:10
Lcavo 1'carl C'lty. ...0:30 2:30 0:J0 6:60
Arrive Kwa Mill 0:67 2:67 5:30 0:22
0. II. . A.
..... A,M' A,M- r.M.
Leave hwa Mill. . 0:21 Ki:41 3:43 5:42
Leave IVnrl Ulty.. .0:55 11:16 4:16 0:10
Ai rive Honolulu .. 7:30 11:5 l:5i n:4ri
A. Bntttnlnys only.
C, ."nmliivft excepted.
I). Saturday excepted.
EJw Jniljj g iLlr.Un.
PKIDAY, MARCH 00, 1891.
Stinr Koala from Kalmkti
Knitivir, Mar. 21.
Btmr Iwatant from Knunl
Btmr Junius Makco from Kauai
Stinr Waialenle from Kukulliacte, llimo-
kan unci Lahalna
Schr Mary E Pouter from Kauai
Priuay. Mar. 30.
Htuir Jiimes Makee for Hanamnuln and
hapna at 4 p m :
f tmr lttlnnl fur Kllnticn at 4 t in '
Btmr Kaala for Kuliuku at 3 p in i
Btmr Mlkolmln fur Kauai
Btmr Kluau for Lalialnu, Maalaea, Make. ,
na, Malutkonn, Kuwalline, Lnujinlioo- i
lioo, ilnknloii, Honoinu, I'oliakuinanu,
l'eMckcu, Unoiuca, l'apnlkou and Hlln j
at 2 p m
Vossols Iioavlng To-morrow.
BK AiWrnlta, lloudlcttc,
for San Krun-
eiwo ai u noon
Haw hlp Hulun Ilrvnor,
llrlt l-k Xniitmpu, for Koynl Ituait. II C
Oargoos from Island Ports.
Btmr Kutla -2130 Imii
Bnur Iwal'iul Itxw
mnr j , i minium nuij lnis siijinr.
ouur jmill'S .ililkcc atM uagl llir.
From Kaunl. M)-ittiiir Iwnlnul, M.ir.'iO
(.'liurlollay, A KiiIiIiimhi, (.' Nel.tner ami I
i In k.
Pur llnninsulti. per ilmr Mlknlialii, '
Mnrriu-Mn. 1) JI lliiclu.-oelc.
Pur Miiuliiu I Hawaii, per ilmr Klnnu.
Mar ai-Volciiiioi J J WIIIImim, J clill
tonhvlm, Mrs Si'lilttullielin, II I Ljon, Jus
I. Bmaity, Liiiiimiii Urneker. Mr R I'melc
ur. f Jliirrett, .las I. TliuhipMiii. P V Me
IluiriM and a Iff. Mrs Onus, U do U Yoruiip.
Mrs b Bliaw. Mr I Hliaw. Ml Tnrlicrt.
Mr- Jo K Small. Mix I. P Smalt, Ml-i-i
llllllti, I.I.. lV.1l...rt.. Mr M....rl....
lert, K(l lllrcliiiiek uud wife, Ml
-bii. Mr Auuvnnil
kiio. Mrn I'uiini and
'Jelil'drim, P J AI-
-' clill'irrn, Ml-i ,
riionluj llii"-i'v, J T l.i!vl. .1
ilOIIInnn, TJ lllynliis Mr
I it lit-mini. II
The b.ti. Ail-tnilla leuvcn at no- n tn
uiurrnw fur Han Krunclsco.
The IlrltUli liark Xuntlpi lcnvi" fur
lieyul Kuadii, II. I)., In lutllaxt lu-murrow.
Tie Hloaiucr Wiiliiloulo arrived from lta
makila thl4iifttrnoon aftur nil mIi-ciioh (
unu wufk, tho duiii) being caused by rouli
Tho Hawaiian ulilp Ik-lun Hn'wvr, Cap
lain Ncwiill, went unliide and unoliuri-d
there tliU innriilli),'. Hli will leave t -mnr-row
for IIoiiuUiiiil-. Canlnln Nuunll wint
uiitliiu In unler tn Iummiu tlm oliauon nf
uino hi hit mull deitertlnK t tie vi-nxd.
I'lMtVIS-Un Mareh '.!i, 1MU, at I.IIiiik,
, to tho wlfi nf It. W. T. Piirvii",
OUT THROUGH A 80REEN.
Obvious Attompt to Entor a Barbor
Shop at Midnight.
All attempt at burglary wan made
on the shop of John F. Ash worth,
tho popular barbor on Kin,' Htreot,
yortlorday midnldil. Tho wire not
tiiitfon tho window faoinn tho lane
ruuninj olT King street on the Kwa
side was slit down and across, when
tho would-be burglar was scared
away. A lodger iu ono of the roouiH
upstairs had just come homo and
before roliriug peeped out of the
wiudow and saw a mau otaudiug at
tho window doing something. Sus
pecting queer business tho loduer
started downstairs, and his footsteps
uinuu iiiu nun i-rruu, ingllieiiiiiK
tho man away. When tho lodger
reached tho lane there was no ono in
sight. Xo arrests huvo been made.
Mr. Ash worth has no suspicion an to
who could lo so mean as to attack
his little property.
THE HIVE IN DISTHES8.
Ainorican Leaguers Fnrceivo All
Oauso ot Leaguing Going
The members of tho American
Leaguu havo become greatly dis
turbed over the report that the
number of special police and spies
was to be reduced. This is owing
to tho fact that nearly all tho in
cumbents aro members in good
standing -that is. pay their dues
regularly -of the league. The mat
ter has been so worked up
.1 ... ..
special meeting of the American
League has beeu called for this
evening to discuss the situation.
The dismissals aro to be made to
morrow and tho leaguers think that
by making a fuss at the meeting this
evening they will checkmate tho
The P. G. Baud Siring Oichestra
will give a public concert at tho Ha
waiian Hotel this evening, com
mencing at 7:.'t0 o'clock. Following
is the program:
Overdue The Kullit l Hu-lun ilcriniiii
1 iiiitu.iu- hiiiuMi lluvlcu llni'iuii;
'oriii'l Diiot Mmlri'il hunt- MIwiIhtk
MiM.ru, KrtMili'r Mini Kni.ua
(iiiiiul Mvillc) -1'i'ln .Mi'U... t'oiirmlt
I' MIT II.
.lilli',i-T(iij Turvy Itiutiln-r
WitlU-lllii.-k lliiMir .. MiIIih-Iut
in. A iilkiil Wiilple . ..I.llliuikuliii.l
H. I.lkolM; U'lnmf . .I.ikfllko
I'ulku (Jo Atiiail Iloylii
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
X. S. Sachs lias a cottngo ou Kluau
struot to lot.
Hawaiian. Council, A.
L. of II., will
moot this L'vouuig.
So von Havvaiians havo registered
in tliu first district.
The Hawaiian Joclu-y Club will
moot ou Monday evening.
Seven cues of delinquent taxes
wero settled this morning.
Diamond Hend, 13 ji. m. Weather
clear, wind fresh northeast.
James Maguiro has about com
pleted a fine painting of the Pali.
Tho Portuguese League met in
Itobiuson hall yesterday evening.
Tho C. A. S. S. Araua will bo duo
from Sydney for Victoria ou Sunday.
A part' of ladies spent tho ilnj at
Saus Souci bathing and picnicking.
Do suro vou get a ticket for tho
Maternity Homo limit to take place
Tho Hollister Drug Company has
received a supply of fre.li vaccine
by tho last steamer.
A now electric liulit twin is being
dacod opposite tho residence of S.
Dole, Emma street.
Government pay rolls and bills to
tho end of February will bo paid at
tho treasury to-morrow.
Mrs. Clans, the stereopticon lec
turer, left ou the steamer ICiuau for
a visit to tho Volcano.
Dr. Twombly's lecture on the Pil
grim Fathers, to havo been given
this evening, is postponed.
Aro you going to register your
name ou tho list of tlioe going to
tho Maternity Home luaut
Dan Lyons' dancing class will
meet at the drill shed to-morrow.
Saturday afternoon, at 1 o'clock.
Marshal 15 O. Hitchcock has gone
to llilo, Hawaii, for recuperation.
Mrs. Hitchcock accompanied him.
Trick of tho trade. Tho Star ues
our yesterday's news staiup"d "to-
I day, making the record a day out.
Another French dinner will bo
given at tho' Hawaiian Hotel to
morrow evening, tho Quintet Club
Tho Cleveland bicycle is con
sidered by wheelmen a a superior
wheel in every way. H. I. Walker
is the agent.
It Ih vour duty tia-it the Mater
nity Home b iureliniiiiK a tieltel
for the luau to be f;iou for iM bene
I he Kavuioud ,V: hite'Miib iiirty
left on the steamer Kiiiaii to-day for
tint Voleauo .1
I. WilliaitiK w.'ih also
JameH Camtibell, the millioua'ro,
is living a Hawaiian tla ilaily ou a
now flagpole reeenlly ereeted at bin
residence ou Jvnma street.
W. II. Hook and W. J. Ash will
mn,' tho duet, "Llfe'n Dr.-am l O'er,"
at the benellt eutertaiument at the
Opera Houo to-morrow eveniti);.
l'roininent inomberK of tho Ameri
can League are talking of haviuj;
Tim Murray Marshal of tlie 1st-
amU iimtead of I lie iitciieut im-iiui-
i The l O. baud will L'ive a eon-
cert at the Hawaiian Hotel this
evening in honor of the passengers
leaving by the S. S. Australia to
morrow. Over 10 voters registered to-day.
They come up very slowly, in
spite of tho importunate editorial
and local appeals of the Government
A largo swarm of bees lighted tho
other day ou a tree in rear of .Mae
farlano A: Co.V wine store. They
formed a close bunch as large as a
A chance for the Marshalship
tho latest bono thrown amongst the
hungry crowd. Tun Murray leads
with "handsome Jack" Mcl.indless
a fair second.
The Hawaiian branch of the his
torical society met iu Kawaiahao
Church yestordav owning, .hi. M.
I'oepoo spolm on "The Origin of the
' Hawuiian Uaco."
A Mr. . C. Leigh, who is owner
of a yacht called the White Heather,
auxiliary screw, bark-rigged, of
about tiOO tons, was lately to leave
England for a cruise round the
world and would. call at Honolulu
after visiting Tahiti.
It is reported late this aftoruoon
that Japanese had olTercd to work ,
ou tho city front discharging and '
loading vessels at lifl i'hiH a day.
It is also reported the oIIW has be. u
accepted and that laborers working
for &i a day hao been discharged.
I A man named Hawkins is very
I active recruiting for I lie American
i Union Party. He carries a book of
' printed forms and requests the slgna-
, tares of various persons whom he
! .t.i..i,.. .. in..:.. .. ii.; ... .ii.i.i.. ... .:
minim niiiiii'luiiiM l;1'1"1" io nit: ii 11
,, , ;.. .:....., ..r ..I!.. ..,..!.. .
f Tho expense is
lll.i IIIIIUHi' III nill'IIMII. ill i.liutll, II .
no doubt b iruo bv
l the taxpayers.
j There was a current report this
morning that a new move was to be
' made by the Pnn isiotial (Jowrn
meut ri'gardiug the National tiuard.
1 A iiuinlier of ualie., according lo
the report, were to lie suhititllted
1 for white, lnquii) of Minister D.i
moil elicited the answer that he
knew nothing whatever about it,
''It is the liit I heard about it," Mr.
. JJnmou sau
Chamberlain's Cough Itemed
gives the host Mitisllii'tlon Ot !in
cough medicine I handle, and as a
seller leads all oilier pieparations in
this market. 1 recommend it be
cause it is the best medicine I ever
handled for coughs, cold ami cioup.
A. W. Hahlridge, Millers illc, HI.
por sale by all dealers. Itetison,
Smith Co., Agents fur thu llawul
Clovortimont Beats Mossinan- Stoam
or Waitnanalo Attached.
C. W. Ashford
notice of motion to dissolve
i the tern
norarv iniunetion iition him nL the
suit of V. . Alifor(l, which was not i
to Uiposo of tho partnership pro
perty or his own. Defendant to-day
filed his answer, generally and speci
fically donving the allegations in
tho bill of complaint. Instead of
owing complainant an tiling, ho de
clares the latter had received more
than his share out of tho partner
ship proceeds and effects Uoforo
Judge Cooper this morniug tho case
was continued to 1:JJ() p. m. next
Monday. A. S. Hartwoll for plain
tin"; F M. Hatch for defendant..
In the estate of A. A. Carniol the
accounts of F. A. Schaofer, adminis
trator, wero referred to Henry
Smith, master, by Judge Whiting.
Judge Coopcr'has filed a decision
on the plea in bar ou the ejectment
case of Thomas H. Mossinan vs. Ha
waiiau Government. It was admit
ted that tho laud in question was
cotiveod to tho defendant by W. C.
Parke as commissioner appointed by
the Court for tho purpose of selling
the lauds of tho estate of tho late
C. Kanaina under an order of sale
made for tho purpose of making a
distribution of the assets of tho
estate ninonir the heirs. Tho plain
tiH claimed titlo by a conveyance
from certain parlies claiming to lie
the heirs of tho said Kanaina. To
tho proceedings tho Government
(defendant) offered in bar a final de
cree and order of distribution, sign
ed on September lf, 1882, alo tho
record of tho sale to the Ootern
meut by the commNsionor. Judge
Cooper" sustains tho plea, holding
that "in ordt r that plaintitf might
prevail in this proceeding, it would
lie nocosary for him to show that
parties through whom ho claims
were the legal heirs of Kanaina, to do
which if would bo necessary to ques
tion the validity of the limit order
and decree," which ho considers
"cannot be done in this proceeding."
W. A. Kinney and W. ll. Castle for
plaiutiir; A.S. Ilnrtwell and F. M.
Hatch for defendant.
Judge Whiting has allowed pro
cess of attachment to iMio against
I ho steamer Wuimaualo. under a
libel by the Alliance and tho Sun I
iu-iurance compaiiliM. Tho libellautu I
niieue mat j. . umioii, mailer oi
t, ...,... m
the Moniuer, deliberately ntram
her. riiev claim 1087 Kl as found
iu I he adjustment, together with all
oxpouseA in caring for tho esel,
admitting their liability to pay i'.M)
each tinder general average. They
ask that the amount of tlieir respec
tive policies .j"ll,) each) bo set olf
agaiiiht what is found due to them,
utiles the Court shall liud that the
los wa not cui'eil by a peril In
sured against but hv the w Iful act
of the master. C V. Ashford for
libeilants; F. M. Hatch for Diidoil
and for Z. S. .Spalding, mortgagee.
AN OFT TOLD BTORY.
Opium User Ssj"i tho ToMco Tut tho
Btull' in His Poclcut.
Ah Choug, a Chinaman arrested
by Lieutenant Knuao yesterday in a
house at t ho comer of Iforctnuia and
Mauuakoa htreets, for opium iu pus
cession, appeared for trial iu tho Dis
trict Court this morniug. Tho olll
cer caught two Chinese including
defendant, besides a full opium out
fit. At tho .Station a cigarette pack
ago 111 led with lichee nuts contain
ing opium was found iu defendant's
pocket. Chong brought iu tho usual
defence, which is getting ijuito a
chestnut iu opium cases, that the
ollicer put tin package iu his pocket.
Tlie olllcers at the Station, he said,
knocked his arms about ami drop
ped the dope iu his coat pocket, lie
was sentenced to one mouth's im
prisonment at hard labor.
SENTENCE UPON SENTENCE.
A Chiimmaii Convicted for Opium
Lock Pat, a Chinese crook, has
gone back to his old lodgings at
U.ihti Jail. Ou Wedne-dny he
was caught with opium in post's
sion, and yesterday lined $.'() by the
District Magistrate. Xo sooner had
the flue been imp sed when ho was
charged with being a vagrant and
occupying a hom-o frequented by
thieves within two mouths past. A
Chinaman stated he know Pat to
hang around the Niiiiauii cemetery,
catching him ou one occasion with
two lmkots ou his arms. D.'tectiv
Lurfi'ii has known him for four ioar
as a bad character. Defendant was
sentenced to iinprii-ouiueui at hard
labor two month, sentence to com
mence at expiration of former beut
SATURDAY, MARCH 31st.
Tendered by Local Talent
rou nii: ni.si,iir uk -
v The Widow of James Kauhane
and Hermann Kaonli.
ir lluiervn t bnitu will
munilnk' l l"U J
ti nn mi
NAMES OF NATIVES MISUSED.
DUavowala of Persons Proclaimed
i as Eloctlon Inspectors.
Tharo havo boon roports current
that in tho Election Proclamation
tho names of Hawaiian had been
men without tlieir consent. This
his boon found to be correct, as the
following translations from the Ha
waiian edition of the llok.miin will
"As my name has been inserted in
tho Election Proclamation os a
member of the board of inspectors
of tho second precinct of the dis
trict of Hainakua, I openly deny
authority for using same, in it is
against my grain, viz., love of coun
try. I will for all limn oppose any
thing tondjng to tho injury of my
countrymen, and I havo no inten
tion of assisting or fulfilling any do
siro of tho Provisional Government.
"Hev. S, Kaim."
Another denial of the 'honor" of
being a member of the board of in
spectors comes from Kwa district
on this island. This is from I).
Starr Kapu, who says that the uing
of his namo as an inspector was
without his sanction ami authority.
It was a thing ho novor dreamed of,
and a matter ho did not wish his
follow-countrymon to bel'eve, that
ho had entered the ranks of tho
secret annexation lengiro. Ho will
oppoio tho euemiosof the Hawaiian
who are endeavoring todisfranchio
them by requiring oaths. Mr. Kapu
has seen Miniver King and request
ed tho withdrawal of his name from
the list of inspectors.
Another one fmtn tho island of
Kauai is also heard from, addressed
to this paper:
"I find my name sot don by tho
Minister of Interior as ono of tho
inspectors for tho forthcoming oo
called election ou Kauai. I am at a
loss to know why I should have been
singled out for this to mo a Ha
waiiandoubtful honor, and 1 ask
tho favor of this letter in your
widely circulated paper to inform
my friends that tho Uio of my name
In the matter is entirely unauthor
ized by me. W. .. Kiiia."
Wlni tho Biinlninwoiiiht
A aeientidu boxini: exhibition for
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,tmni tiU i n.. m ii.ni.nii..r i...
. i',..iii, Athletic Club vesterdavev
lug between A Jackson and ll. Lin-
caster, the former represunling Ha
waii and the latter .Sacramento. The
exhibition was forth. bantamweight
(118 lbs.) champiiiu-hip of the Ha
waiian Islands and a silver medal.
Tho men entered the ring at H;l
o'clock. .Jackson winning the tos
chose the north coiner. Time was
called at 8:15, ,)ael:ou leading olT
scored a clean hit. Lnucastor seem
ed lo bo playing a waiting game, but
he was fairly oiitelasjtl, as at the
end of tho round ho was fairly wind
ed, and, failing to toe tlie scratch,
tho nntch and medal were awarded
to Jackson. Lancaster's poor show
lntr was a sore dlvippoiuliuetil to his
admirers, who wero many. Jackson,
who is a native, won the admiration
of all by his manly showing ami
brilliant display. lie wa handled
ably by D. Uuaiina, while "Jack"
Maguiro attended to Lancaster.
Jackson left the ring with tho em
blein of champion as fresh as at tho
start. There were a fow preliminary
bouts between pupils of Geo. Wash
ingtou, the local instructor.
I'OlTNi xo, ,..i
jlflll fif ifimiir. iiiL.tt.
nun 1 1-rniu i r.vi-.MMi nt 7i:woVINlc
ui iiurinun, nun. ivliiic slid.
J. I'. KtKAItDT,
CIO'ITAOK TO I.KT ON
I Kiiiuii Ireut, one IiUmik
(ruin linrf cur, till iiiikIcii
liniirevi'ini'iits, uimi Hum,
tiiitliles mul rii-rvuut'k ltihni,
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
mi:i:tin(i ok tiik
of tint ltlitii.. Joi'Ki-.Y i
rum will lio In Id on MONDVV IIVI-.X-INO.
An II .', 1KII, ul7:H'VliH!k. lit tin. I
l'.ieilicl'lilli. r, (I. IIIUdlLIt, I
Us lut tiicrelury.
TO I.KT ON PKIti:-
nur Mil- t
two nht.lv run
JL nlclii'il Iteoins fur
tionlleiniiii ut No.
HEAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 vai.ua hi. k rn:i r.s ok
I ilili.nm-tl l'reivrt, localf.l
Itnlill rent t'urlf uf iIm- Ityuf
lliiniiliilii; nil liaru'iilii-- A..ly
for full ii.i-lli'tilnrs u
ItltlJUK ,: A. J. I'AHTWItKIIIT.
Till: IM OK Al'ltll,,
I'nlM.-K en Umi'.'H
stn-iit. mnr IKiViTiuie'iil
ItuldlliiK. "'IU Ui- 111-
r. (ir.lt I' hhoi; HToitK.
I T A VI'.IIY LOW III. V-
V till 11 Mill' lll'sllll'IM'K
iii ii.ir Niiuiiin N.iiluy
f . 1 1 1 1 r I kimvMi us "i'liu
I'lirllilil'l " Alii.lv tn
IV W. M MT.Ml am;.
U'i tf t'liieii I'fi'il Cu ' nllli-i'
nil Killliill'l Amii.ii iii-x' iiitiS!i
MIL I'l.SI It AUI I. I'lto.
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nilJnliiliiK Hi" rrsi.n n i1
Imp 1 li- llmi-i' I. in,;
l.iiim .s x Liirui I It-. I r i.
Ituiiiii, Klli'lii-n wi'li si.t llitiici., l iinir
i'ii' , mul lluthriii.iii "ii I'm Ii lioor I in "H
tin. linns l lluhii.l v "Ii ui. 'oirli li 'I'liu
Urn iii.I- ur- lii.ii' ii'i i " iiiiiIii ilium vml
ili (if Miii'liMiii'l I run I'M'ji I'u u lt'!r
ulilu li'inilit Ilii' ''i'' '' will I hi In ul ii
ri'iisnniililu ri'imii. I.ii'i'iln' nl
l W. M .UTAH LAM"..
6-1b I'qIud Vud Cq.' wta.
Short Oroath, Heart Troublo, Rhou-mutlsm.
cv4..: - "v
itve. L. it. l'alno
Eagle Creek, Oregon.
"I hv" llred licro tn Orcj,"n fr ths pvt
tnctily tars, mul moit of tlm tlnr liat liecn a
tcrjf pieat un rcr frnm inflniiimntorr
rlarutnnlliin. I li.innlolindnli.ttlliadoctor
eallcdlicattillur.se, il,!i liorlnen of lucalh
and iliarp palm In tiic lef t l !e. 1 ik-cWo.l l uko
Hood'i I?ars3irllla, a.nl l.etorg t Ind flnMied
tlirro liotllci I Km In liclli-r lif.itlli limn I had
been for ye.irs. I do not li.ivi any rain now,
sleep well, and to-dir no to omin o( my age
Enjoys Bottcr Health
than I. At liomo ou tlie ranch 1 nut only attend
to my family linmcwnrk, but lat summer I
catcil for and milked four rnw 4. I 0o not feel
tlial I can fay halt enoujli In pr.do of
Mil". l M. I'Alit, Ca?Io Creek. Oregon.
Hood's Pill3fc prntnM rjid i fucl-nt, yet
easy In action. Uold by ail ilruWj. Jjo.
IIDIIIUIN. NKWMAS .V I'll..
Aui-nl; for HmwhIIiiIi lumndit.
5 to -z
ON APRIL 1, 1894,
HOKE & ZUR
ti'kc I'lmri'ii uf i lie Sinn- knetMi us
K.V .MAII.K" llli a
NEW COMPLETE STOCK
LAIUIW A CIIILIHtr.Nh
Shoes, Notions, Etc., Ktc, Etc.
q, 1 .
FOR SAX I-It A NCI SCO.
WILL l.l.AVi; IIO.SOLIM.I'
inn on. .mio vi. ii.ui
Saturday, Maroh 31st,
Tin- iiiiturii!iKi arc nun
ls-.iu Tliruiluli I'lrle-'s frnm lit
ty to nil
Milni.-. In tliu Luili'il Miu.i
tW l'r fnrlliiT
I'ri'iulil ur I'li-iiii;!',
p.irl nil tn- iffi ir.lliik!
i W.M. li. IKW1N A (I., L'i,
W '.I OhiiithI A mnts
11 III. Oil SIMil.i: WlMN Oil A
Murrtnl I'iiiii'Il- tor ,'i'iimnl In q. Inr-vnMiie-
lu Ciirin.i! I.v ii iiiiiiiIv u.ili
rlnlilri'ii. iiiiiul ii f. ri'iii'i s r- nii u-t . .
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Ciirui'r Uiuu mil lleilni lini. nr
unlit stri'i't iii.i-iii In ton - .iiiiri.
t. iii'iilnti'il Ass'(.,iiii .f ilu. C-inl nf
W. llnrmv Wrljiln nf II n- lulu, n vol. m-
Inri' IiiiiLpiiiiI n.iiih. u i.ll i.ii .ui. I.i.Iik.
lnr' h iiikruiit. ri'.tiii' l nil i.i .m. I..ifin.
rlilms in?iinl nli I. -lull' Iii iii'-i iii tin Ir
i'IiiIiii wil'ilu six i"i'lilli- (ruin .lulu nr
tlii' will In' linrur lur ul, ii ml nil i..i.
ouliiti lil I--mli' urn lnri'li nsii sii"l in
iiiiiKi iuiini'liiili' ii iiiriil .i J. W I 'in
lll. ut KiiiiIiiIiiiiiiiii ilni'i, llniiululil.
J. A'. LUMMI, A.iiih
Uonolutil, MtK'U JT, UJi VA'-Ol
Headquarters for White Goods
nsr. s. sachs'
rtno jr-cpt street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAIN'SOOK" In Plain, Striped, Check and 1'lalds.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IS AM, (IKAI)RS AND PKICRS.
blMITII.- In Mripid, Clicks, 1'lalds and Hair Llnei.
IXD1A LIXOX.S, KVTISTK AND COTTON OKAl'ES.
COTTON MIM.LS IX WHITK, CREAM AND F.CHU.
IMMCN'SK VAUIKTY OK
CMIlltOIDUItY KtHHVliS In
All Widths with
All-ovor Embroidory, Embrnidery Flonaces and Doml Pinnaces.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
NKXT T(l OltDWAY A I'OltrKK.
Stock Must be Sold on Hay 1st.
i wii.i m:u. hi r my i.Niiitr. .tuck. (;osis n mi ok
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Men's and Boys' Suits, Etc., Etc.
csr It is impo-Mlilf fop
PLKASK GIVE MR A PALI,!
Stock lust 1)8 Sold ou May 1st.
I luivo hucn instriictivl
piftpriftdror (hf Hawaiian
n i.:. . .....I. ..i- i i i t
mi ovii iu Miii-u iM .i.vr.irtiiDi'j iiUWIJd. AIUU, a Dig 1IH-
horlmcnt of JAPANESE PAPER NAPKINS will be Hold
' Li:Ss5TIIAV COS-T.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS !
ilinills Vol' i v JU'V
AWAY BELOW COST.
H. FJE3HIjBI?,S Ss CO.
CI J AS. 1
I.MPOIITEU AND DEALER IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
tJ&" ALWAYS ON
New Giods Received by Every
tm- All Onlirs fnitlitiilK
Slllll'llnl till. I ..H'l,l'il vllli i-iirc'
Lincoln Iw.ock, Kisu Stiii:i.t.
Uoni TLLLI llo.SLh j io-
Wholesale it llcfai
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frosh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICIO - IlOr.SIO - (JOOl)S - A - SPECIALTY.
Ishm.s Oiimiis Suuiinni Jfj 0- Satisi-aition (1iakantili:ii.
II. K. McINTYIlE & IJltO.,
IUIOUTI.IIS AMI IIKALt'R.1 I.N
A D ' I t l
brocBfies, Provisions - and - Feed.
Ni w Umi.. Ii.i-i-u.,1 i. y.Ur I'ni'sui frmn llm Lnsiorn Htnlin mul KumiM-.
I-' I !:. II - CALIFOUNIA lMJODrCK 11V
All Onlurs fulilifullt iilii'iiilisl
I'.irl nl tlii
Ikumi Ouiiuiim Sobinit.ii.
KASI I'OllNLli rOUI
fl ValiKoiV and Hamh.irg
limTtliiK to ilatcli.
isoii Block, Hotel Street.
me to iiii'iition all thv Artiole
W'N CMOS ON
ly Mit. J. M. ik Sa k Sii.va,
Japa.vk - skHazaau, Hotel Htrx-tit.
i.iLii.i -aai. . . . .
TO I'l.OHi: OlT THIS LINK OK
TIIL.M AT I'ltllJhH . .
V O IIOX J
1 U STACK,
Steamer from San Francisco.
in. Mitlsfmtlon KimrrtnU'td. I -Inn. I Onli-rs
Bct Fout ani Ai.akka StREtTS.
I'. O. IIOX JT
Kt k I
I', tl IIOX u&
KVEKY STEAM Kit.
Dcllvi'ri'il i inn
In mi. I I1ii.i.