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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FUOM AND AFTER JUNE 1. 1KO.
To Ewa Mill.
ienve Honolulu ,
IjC.itp l'carl Olty
Arrive Kwft Mill.
Ia-iwp Kwn M III . .
Leave l'enrl ('.it v.
$ligmg gj Uhlin.
TUESDAY, APRIL 10, li.
Ml A.K.I2JTE NEWS.
Timhay, April in.
Ambit Albert, (tlfflilis, jt) (ny from 8an
'''ca.'tlelNs wIUl,m"' VeA'"Kn Npw' j
Am wlir U'-oi'lt, JuNcim-n, 10 ilaii from
tiny I r.iiicl'o
SclirJ.nli Hoy from Ulupitnkna
JWir Mnry I'. l'otir from Kauai
TrwuiY, Ajirll 10. j
Am tn-lir Allio Coku, lVnlinllow, for
- - t
Vossols Leaving To-morrow.
.m bktiu- V II Dliiioiul, MclJoimld, fur i
Cnrp.oa from 1-lnnd Ports.
Solir Mary K IVti-r-ITou bug- mgr
Knittuliiii, cr bark
April io-Mm IluUlier.
1 lie lirlgniitlno CoiKiielii'alltil for Kulm
I il t on .March '.'I.
Tho Herman lurk tfoiita left l.lwriioolon
Mn re 1 1 'M for Honolulu.
Tim Hawaiian hark Manna Ala vuii at
Tort lilakoly (in March li.
The nolioonnr Miry K. Killer look M
tons nl coal for Makuwclt to-duy.
Tli ftrltl-li hark Ijililork arrived at
Nuw Vi-tiiiliioturon Muri'li'.U
Tlip Miliuoner 0. 8. Ilnllnoi left I'ort
lllakily on Mnrcli '.'I fur Honolulu.
'I lie llnwt!lan hark llunallan ii-l-n left
Aflorla fur (titucimtowii on March Si.
The liarkentllio Clinrlo-. t . Crocker, Cnpt.
l.und. left San l'iuncU.!ii for II Uo, on
The ncrinan hark Nautllii
ln, nrrlvcd at Mun Km
J I day from llonoliilu,
"Iiiif, nrrlvi-dnt Hun Knini-ln-o Miiri-h '.'.M.
Tim Hawaiian hark Andrew Wt-le.li,
Ctiiiiiln Dii-w, i-allcd fr -nl Man KrnneUcu
on March Z, fur llonoliilu.
The i-chuoiier A! co Cooke, Cataln 1'i-n
hallow, allcil to-dav for Kan KranclM-o
with V'.VH la(5-i of niKnr, ihlpiioil hv U.
llrrnvr .t Co. DoincKtlu value, 7l,aU.ty.
'J lie $30 rate hai drawn a preut crow il of
fo:iMliiK fallor to tho olllci of the Milii
Owiii-rn1 Anioolatlon. Tho Toncallant i-e-
i-ured i rrew for a trip to I'orl Ilinkely mid
hack, and the Veim one for u Toyaee to
The -iclioonor W. 1'. Wltzcnmn, Captain
rc.lomen, nnlved toilu', rtl day from
Nuwrantlo. N. W. 8., with 710 toil" of eonl
for C'nitlu .t Cooke. The Llpr rutort- a
phatanl paaKe. Theru ar-5 llvo or olx
vowN on tlm way from Newca-ttlo with
coal for llonoliilu.
Tim hark Alden Hew narrowly cicapi-l
golnc n-ln-ro m-ar thu Cllil Hoiim-.i-iiI-Iu
ran Krnnel-oo liarhor. Tim fog wan mi
Ihlcktliat land could not he oeen amino
pilot win alumni. Thehnrkwai within it
hlicult toi of the hriiker wlu-n the tun
Holler discovered her and took her In tow.
The I'nilihi Mall Company ovldontlv
iIovh noi ewt to i-ccurn the r.mlract wltfi
tho I'anama Kallruil t'omiiaiiy ncxi May.
lh City of Sydney, due here from Pjiiiv
ma ami way port on the ilth Iti-it., U to
lh withdrawn uud phu-ed on the route be
tween hero and Honnkonir. Khe will Iciivo
on April Ith, and will carry frt-lulit only.
1-roiu Hoiiukoii); ahe will probably co to
Ainoy and l-iad tea for tliU port. A'. f ...
I.KWIS DCDOtT-At Moanul,
April .1, Cliurlc- Kublo l.iwlt
PAYINO FOR PIIIVAXEEBS.
Hawaiian 8uflorors by thu Shenan
doah to Oot Belief.
A Washington dwimtrli of March
2() hny. in riMiurtin.Sinirito proci'tnl
ingd, "A bill for tho roliof of tho1
owners ami crow of tho Hawaiian 1
flti-amor Arctic was tnktm from tho I
caloiular and jmsscil." .
Jainos I. Dowrctt was shown this I
news and akiul If ho was intorciitod
in tho Htoiimor Arctic. Ho rnplicd I
that lie was not, and that tho Arctic I
was not a slcninor hut a hark. Tho !
vossol In was ititoroHtod in was tho
hark Harvest, which was burnt at
Ascension Island Uy the ruliol priva
tour Shenandoah. A hill for the ro
liof of tho owners and crow of tho
Harvest, being prior in introduction,
ought to have passed the Senate bo
font that relating to tho Arctic. The
bark Arctic belonged to C. Urowor A;
Co. She was commanded by Cap
tain A. N. Tripp, lately jailor of
Consul McKinley'a Widow Dead.
Mrs. David A.McKinley, widow of
David A. McKiuloy, died of heart
failure March 23rd, at her residence
at 2003 California streot, Sail Fran
cisco. She won a native of New
Wilmington, Pa., and came to Cali
fornia in I lie earl v fifties. She leaves
ono daughter. Mrs. George K Moss,
of San Francisco, and a brother, tho '
Kov. Mr. Scott, of Chicago, III. Her I
husband was a brother of Governor
William McKiuloy of Ohio. At the
time of her husband's death in
September, IS'.iJ, ho was Hawaiian
Cousul-Geueral at San Francisco,
having, before taking that office,
been United States C'ousul-Geiioral
J. S. King, uTliiiri;. S. S. Phila
delphia, and Itcedo, of II. II. M. S.
Champion, are negotiating for a
lOO-yard foot race, best !l in f, to
take place In about a week, for a
puru of 5 100
.OOAIi AND OENEKAL NEWS.
Tho "Feast nf Nations" will
ou Friday evening.
C. P. Intikca is
confined to hi?
liouio with illness.
Several of tho police wore given
thoir March pay to-day.
Diamond Head. 3 . in. Weather
hazy, wiud fresh northeast.
The U. S. S. Adams will loavo on
Saturday for San Francisco.
L. J. Levey will sell Japanese silk
at auction at 10 o'clock to morrow.
"California journalism" could not
Mipply tho demand yesterday ovon
ing. Dan Lyons is charging only
tWunty-llvo couts for single dancing
Marshal Hitchcock's health has
improved during his sojourn at his
native home, Hilo.
Hugh Morrison, manauer of Maka-
weli plantation, returns to Kauai on
null I'Kiuiuilwil, iv
tu steamer Polo.
x nn voters ho lar regisuwu mini-
ner iiw. mere win uo a session oi
the Hoard this evening.
Tho harkeiiline V. H. Dimond
1.,ntimr in. tmtrrnn. u-ltt t .nlm n mnrlt
cd mail for San Fronelwo.
Tho Chineso lltireau has begun !
uing return pormits Tor the S. S.
China duo on the Kith inst.
Mrs. Butcher, who arrived by tho
Albert, was formerlv woil-kuowu
hero at an experienced nur-iu.
Admiral Walker will arrivo in Ho-
uolulit on tho S. S. Maripoa duo
next Thursday from tho Coast.
Domi.v Marshal Drown stationed
i twelve native police olIictrs at tho
I mass meeting yesterday evening.
The mass-meetiui; on Palace
Square yesterday evening was one of
iini tiiosi oruerivevor nciu in iioiio-
Charles McCandless has liuished
f" oil painting of n scene in Norway
to bo exhibited at the I-Vast of Nn
The San l-'rauci'co Daily Report
says Colonel George W. Mncfarlano
of Honolulu wants to leae the Cali
fornia Hotel. i
L.3. Lovey will hold an under- ,
writer's sale of ol dozen sun liat
and bonnets at his salesrooms, 11)
The League baseball grouuds are
being put into condition for the
coining scaou, which will open in
nbout three weeks. '
Captain Orilllthsaud chief olllcor
At water of the bark Albert have the
thanks of the lit i.uitin for tiles of ,
San I-'raucisco papers.
Constable Green deserves credit
for preventing a few rowdie.-, from
interrupting C. W. Ashford while
speaking last evening.
Ono passenger left on the Kinau
to-day for tho Volcano. Two others
were booked, but changed their
minds at the last moment.
Ex "detective" Wagnor intends
Blinking Hawaiian du.it olf hi boots.
Wagner is a carpenter by trade, but
is unable to secure employment.
Messrs. Armstrong and Jos. Mtrs
deu inspected the oyster farm of. I.
L Colhurn yesterday and found
promising indications of success.
Captain lVdonon, of the schooner
W. F. Wit .email, wa master of the
bark Lady Lnmpson when that ves
sel was wrecked ou tho Kingsmill
Tho Hawaiian .lockoy Club will
meet to morrow evening at the Paci
fic Club for the purpose of prepar
ing a prograiu.of races for Hawaii's
The bark Albert beat I he schooner
Transit from the Coast by a few
hours. Captain (irilliths, the popu
lar skipper of the Albeit, says he
didn't have any wind.
Charles 11. Lewis and Illanche
Dudoit were married at .Moauui,
Molokai, ou Thursday, April ,i. The
couple will return to town on the
next trip of the Mokolii.
Allen & Kobiiii-ou have for sale
the "Tossou" brand of Portland
cement, which for its uncquali-d
ipialities has the largest sale of any
cement in the United State..
It will be the great event of the
season, the Feast of Nations at the
Armory on Friday and Mit unlay.
Fight nations will boon parade for
the benefit of local charities. i
Kaaipia, the native who cnii'od
severe injuries to a Chinese wniuan
at Kaknako Sunday wei-l:, will be
tried in tho District Court on the
18th insl. Tho womuii is slowly re
covering. Somebody is opening the boom at
Pearl Harbor in anticipation of
Undo Sam's occupancy. ,la-. F.
Morgan has two lots opposite the
navy yard to rell at auction on tho
The gentleman whom Joe Finer
sou accosted on the Central Union
Church stepson Sunday evening was
at the mass meeting yesterday even
ing, lie didn't carry a club, how
ever, but gave some striking remarks
to cheer the speakers.
Ilov. Dr. Finuegaii will leave by
tue .Mariposa lor tne colonies, tie
is Vicar Gonoiul of Gundagai in the
dioccMt of Gollinuru, N. S. W. Dr.
Fiunegau is stay int.' at I lie King
street house, aud has been agisting
at service-, in the Catholic Cathe
dral. St. Louis College band will
gito a concert in his honor litis
The funeral of Sister It-'lina Kli.a
belli, of the Catholic Misinn, tool;
place ycxterdav afternoon It was
largely aili-mied. The pupils of
the Skiers' school elad in while
made an iuipre-sie iiari of lie cur
lege. 11. I'. Glade, German Consul,
Will foiwaid II report nf the Mxti-l's
death to her lohitiw-. in Goiichou,
President Cleveland Said to
Desire Pearl Harbor,
Admiral Walker Hay Seize the Prize
Posbible Steam Line to Tahiti.
claim to rr..nu IJAIttKin.
Tho Now York Herald's Washing
ton correpondent telegraphs (March
2.1) that the main object of tho Pre
sident in the selection of I.ear-Atl-miral
Walker for the command of
the Pacific Station is connected with
llio lately deliued policy of tho Ad
ministration in regard to thn occu
pation of Pearl harbor by the United
States. No doubt the President also
had in mind the work of patrolling
Ilohriug sea during the principal
r.ealing season, but the Hawaiian
matter is of paramount importance.
Admiral Walker f till v understands
what is expected of him. Ho has
had several long conferences with
the President and the Secretary of
tho Navy. Tho goLcrnl nature or
his instructions was (.utliued to-day
by a high oilleial as follows:
Tho President viowj with concert)
tho manifesto issued by President
Dole some time ago. which stated
that while tho United States would
bo allowed to occupy Pearl harbor
in accordance with tho terms of the j
treaty of 1S3, ho understood tho
word "grant" in that treaty to mean
simply "loan." and not uu outright
gift, as held by tliu State Depart
ment. This manifesto resulted in numer
ous consultations between the Presi
dent mid Secretary Ore-ham, who
have reached the couclu-ion that it
is high time for the United St ties to
llrmly assert its exclusive right to
Pearl harbor and take poses5iou of
it. Tin-Admhii't ration regards tho
treaty of 1SS7 ns giving this harbor
to the United States outright and
for all time.
It is now the purporoof tho Presi
dent to M'curo an absolute vented
right in the harbor, carrying out the
condition prescribed in the treaty.
Tho.so authorized the United States
to improve tlie entrance to tho har
bor and make such other Improve
ments as may lie nece.tsary.
Wit h tho conditions ou thu islands
already perturbed, it is feared tho
occupation of the harbor by tho
United states may excite further
trouble. Hence it lias been deemed
desirable to have an experienced ami
wideawake utile r upon tho scene,
one in whom tho Administration can
place the utmost confidence.
Admiral Walker fully understands
that the Administration will not
countenance anything that savors of
foreigu interference with Hawaiian
aUnirs. It is alo foired that the
Piovisioual Government will find
much dilliculty in framing a new
constitution, and it is regarded as
not beyond the bounds of probabil
I ity that a revolution may ensue be
i fore ajpcrimineiit republican form of
government is established in Hawaii,
and conditions may arise winch will
make it necessary for the United
States to laud its forces for the pro
tection of Its interests, which tho
occupancy of Pearl harbor will make
paramount to the interests of any
other power, liecatiso of its vested
rights in Peail harbor the United
States will have a hold upon the isl
amis which will virtually amount to
l a protectorate.
Hear Admiral Walker has been
1 ordered to leave his present station
as president of the Hoard of Inspec
tion and Survey and as president of
the Stability Hoard ou March 28 and
proceed to San Francisco. At that
port he will take steamer for Hono
lulu, where he will relievo Hear
Admiral Irwin about April 12, just
three day before the latter's retire
ment. He will hoist his Hag ou the
Philadelphia, which will probably
bo his llagihip throughout his whole
stay, mi to. in some vei-el like the
Now York is ordered to tho-e
Hear Admiral Walker will b ac
companied ou hii pasagu to Hono
lulu by Lieutenant S. A. Stanton
and Lu igu Spencer S. Wood, who
will act as Hag lieutenant and Hag
, secretary reflectively. Lieutenant
Stanton has been attached to tho
Hoard of Inspection and Survey aud
ICusign Wood has been acting as
naval aide ti Secretary Herbert.
Their places will bo filled by Lieute
nant Commander Seatou Sohroeder,
on the Hoard of Inspection and Sur
vey, and Lieutenant L. L. Homey,
who will bo the Secretary's naval
1 lie 1 riliuue luul a despatcii tlie
previous day, which placed signifi
cance on the countermanding of or- !
dels to Commodore Kirklnnd and
the nubitiiutiiig of Hear Admiral j
Walle-r to the command at Hono
It say.i that let teis from Minister
Willis presented that Great Hii
tain was seriously concerned about
the destiny of the islands. Tho Am
ericau Mii'iinter is repurted to have
advined Seeielary Grcnltam that tlie
Hriliih Minister, accepting the oill
eial utterances of tie- Administra
tion as cxprcn.iivo of the selltiiuenln
of tho United Suites, is pursuing a
coiir-e in Honolulu tending to in-ercai-o
the prc.itigo of Great Britain
and to lei-en the influence of the
Miuintei Willis has even gone so
far, it is said, as to attach serious
ness to the lauding a Honolulu of
a number of Canadians of vigorous
mold and i n .i i- -:i -( reticence. It
is now- snid il-at I'r-h.lini ( leu.
laud, after li-eiig eoieleitiie d for hi"
I'our-o in the Hawaiian matter by
the Senate and public opinion, has
experienced a change of heart, and
that he link boooni vouvlncod of
tho necessity of properh and faith- I
fully protecting Amorieatt interests
in the islands. England, more par
ticularly, is to bo made to under
stand that she must not look envi
ously toward tho islands
It is loarnod that Admiral Walker
is tho special choice of Secretary
Herbert for tho service Tho Presi
dent, it is said, informed Secretary
Herbert of tho actual condition or
affairs at Honolulu aud asked for
the naval olllcor, regardless or rank,
best suited ror tho duty, and Her
bert promptly named Admiral
There is mentioned the probabil
ity or tho Charleston bemg sent
rrom Montevideo to reinforce tho
Philadelphia and Adams. Should it
bo necosary, the Boston, Yorktown
and Michigan would be available
Among other reasons advanced
forgiving Admiral Walker another,
tour of sea duty, so coon ufter ho
had finished his last cruise, is the
great importance or the Pacific (
station just at this time and the
marked ability of Admiral Walker to
copo with delicate diplomatic sub
jects. Colonel Geo. W. Maefurlanu of
Honolulu was interviewed regard
ing tho Tribuuo despatch. Ho was
not inclined to express his views.
"The fact is." said ho. "that 1 havo
not given tho subject any thought,
but I do not believe the report thtit
the Hawaiian Government is about
to apply to some other power for
annexation or tho establishment of a
protectorate. 1 did hear some talk
before 1 loft Honolulu about recall
ing Minister Thurston from Wash
ington, but how true that is 1 have
no means or knowing. There are al
together too many rumors about
Hawaii, aud nine out or ten of them
arc without the slightest founda
tion." TIIL'RSTOX SOT HCCALLHU. '
Thurston said in Washington that
ho had uo knowledge or a letter or
recall or that thu Hawaiian Govern
ment was anxious for his presence to
assist in forming a lepublicau gov
ernment. rosSlllt.K STKAM TO TAHITI.
lu noticing thu departure of M.
Papinand by the harkeutiun Tropic
Hird for Tahiti, to succeed M. Lacas
cade as governor of the group. a San
Francisco paper says: "Tho chances
am that, in a short time, there wilt
bo steam communication between
Tahiti, the Marquesas and San Fran
cisco. Tho French Government l.i
negotiating witli the Mensageries
Monthlies Company, and it is confi
dently expected that thu terms will
be accepted. The company's steam
ers now ritti between Sydney, N.S.W.,
and Marseilles, France, calling at
Noumea, New Caledonia, both going
aud coming. It is proposed to add
Papeete, Honolulu and San Fran
cisco to thu ports of call. Tosecure
a subsidy from tho French Govern
ment the company will havo to build
tiOOOtou steamers with a guaranteed
speed of seventeen knots, and which
may bo turned into cruisers when
required. These vessels are to be
ready for service by 1MI.V
NO DAY roil HAWAII.
The Seiinto ou March 20, after
having received tho Tarilf bill from
tho Finance Committee, did little
el.-e than to listen to a speech by
Senator George of Mississippi on the
legal aspects of n (lairs in Hawaii.
Previous to the Itcgliiniug of his
speech Senator Turpie of Indiana
tried to havo the Senate agree
mutually upon a time for the con-1
siileratiouof his Hawaiian resolution
which caused quite a stir some weeks
ago. Senator Dolph prevented any
agreement being reached by declar
ing that ho was not iu favor of fix-I
iug any date at this time. i
a i.vi.vii Doirrou.
Dr. J. A. Houser of Indianapolis
claims to have obtained (jueeu
Liliuokalaiii's consent ton proposal
for her fo lecture through the
United States and to wear a crown
on the stage.
' Tosson "
Tin- "To'-un" 1Iiu.ni nt Cement hu
tliu luru'-i-t mlu in the I'u li-.l JjlHlc-i,
oumih H ilH i-iioriiiiuis Ntn-iiptli. It i
vci) lliii-l) nroun.1, only 11 n-nliluu u(
:t to I juri-cnt tMliii; wlirn .;u.t-.l
tliruiiuli a -li-vi- uf lU intrlit-i lu tin
N.Uiri I. ivli
roit hai.i: at
ALLEN & ROBINSON'S,
Soli- Ai'UtN for llnuullan I-Imiii.
Dl'ltlNIl MY AIISIISCK 1'IIOM 'I III'.
KImkiIuiii Mr J. .-. Wit k.-r will m-t
fur niu lliiiii-r full luiui-r nf iitturnrv.
Iloiiiiltilii, April II, Mil. lm:i l
M'Ki'i.vi. Mr.rriMii oFTiir. mi:m-
I..T- uf till- II iu mi N Jim kill. I'll
Mill lllk.- llllll-c lit III. I'lliillii; I lull uu
nm:iN'i:siy tint inii int., m 7:(u
(p'rlock i-. m. , (nil iiil.'iil .'Hi- N ri'.iii.-ii.l.
w. i. oii'i'.vltii,
ion :it hu-n-tim
Desirable v Residence
III! I'NIlKIISUiVl.ii OKI-Kith I'ult
.il.- t hit lii'-lnUic llil k-ii-i- nn kii.
l.i. . I'll i .iri-i-l, it- i 'iiili.u tlm ri-lili-nr nl
1 . JllllllMIII. I. i III' 11 IU II Ir.llllMKI'
nf itliiiiit Mi fir nn Kiiilnliiil tri'iit mnl
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I Hinilitf r.-niii. llrilnhiii,- llilii Ki.(.i
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IV Uu- I'lruill.in ' i.iiimiuU nn nn
ImiruKli'il vlnw frniit lilmiiiiinl llt-.nl u tln
WiiIiiiiii Muiiii'iilii. Inii-iiiliiitt iniri'liH.i'rj
on ln.oi-t iirt-nil-i. nn iipiifii-Niioii lo
Mi4 JAb- r' MtlHUA.S
Ron of Harry K. Jlulijr, f ColumMi. t'a.,
Suffered From Birth
With a Bcvi-ro l'onn of
" Until my boy w.-i . six )rnri of ago he wa
from tilrlh n trrrllitr niiffrri-r from vrnfu
loin humor. Horns ttouM iiM'-nr on hlni n'ltl
tprc.ii! until a t.nrern ti flnltnr mil then
dlicliarec fullmvm! by utli . that tho I ucer
nait of hh I 'Oily nn our tin of orr atl
the time, f-cl.Uy "exerp on lilt l i ami I n'c
of III i r-it mnl mi III j hi'Ptl. Tliu liuinor had it
very ollvii ivmxlor, imJ ancl
We cannot tell how tli.it jioor boy sulTorert In
til thna years, riiynlrlam dlil nut clTcot k
cure. At last 1 tlcchleil to Rive hlni Itooil't
8ariaMrlll.i, at my Un;glit rccommrnilctl
It In about tniivtrckt tin1 Sin.inllli bcpin
to havo cllcct.. Tho orf 1 enniinvncvil to heal
up; thpfb1i bfKnn to loolt moro nitnt.il and
ht-atlhy. TltPiilliotr.ilcirainouII ntnliillotor
I1I1 ixxlr ncn and licilthy llf.lt and ikln formed.
When he h.iil tikrii two l itijc ln uni entirely
freo from sum. havin;t only IIh ! toh'iw
nhfre they had been. Theo lnvo nil ilUniv
Jieared. Wo nre uuahle to etprcii our Ihaniu
or tho nood
hai done our llttlo hoy.' Itouir K. ltunr.
llox a."0, Cohimhla, lVimjl ml.i.
HOOD'S PILI.S cure Cii.ltn'in-. Iy rln
tut Hi rtrliUllle ctlonef tbt illunuut cnU
HOItltON. NBWMAS .V CO.,
Aeenti for llaunllnti NlntuN.
Wo havu just
other cargo of I lav
i,yu, -.,,,,.,,,,., ,,,a,,n,,ny)ry an(i Qenps
.selected lv our mantijror in
the best, a
aud as we buy
word to tlie wise
California Feed Co.
Of Kin-: : Corner Queen
aud Xiiiinnii streets. Both
Waukiiousi: : King street
near O. It. & L. Co.'h Depot,
lloth Telephones fill.
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C. B. RIPLKY & AltlllUK REYNOLDS.
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liiil. nil Dull liiiii- -iii tu' 1 1 . -in. ..
l.il mnl l.iilurifi-.l h. It ii- lur Imi'iiur
llu'or.ittu'i-. Mui- ii' Mih-Ii.i . -nl limn
t il K iraciiiK nifl lllil I'rlhllliir. l uwlngi
for Hoik m .ViMiawr lllililranon.
Headquarters for White Goods
1ST. S. SS-AuOKS'
sao Poi't Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices I
NAINSOOKS In IMaln, trll, Cheokj and Plaid?.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. UltADE- AND I'lUCKS.
IMMITIUS in ftrlpe.1, Che... I'lnlil-and llnlr l.li.r.
INDIA UXOXS, IIATISTIC A XI) COTTON CKAI'ES.
COTTON MI'LLs IX WHITE. C'KEAM AXD EORU.
IMMIJNSB VAItlKTY OK
KMIIUOIDKUY iniOINON ill
All WhltlM nith
All-ovor Embroidory, Embroidery Flounces and Demi Flonncet.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
S. I-iEIV Y
NKXT TO OUIIWAY A POKTKIt
Stock Must be Sold on May 1st.
I Wll.l s;. I. nl'T MY K NT I UK STOCK i(lNS!HTIN(I OK
Mens and Boys'
IKS?1 It i impo-Mhle for
SAU-: COMMHNCKS ON
Monday, March 19.
PLEASK GIVE ME A CALL!
Stock Must be Sold on May 1st.
I have been instructed by Mit. J. M. in: Sa i: Sii.va,
propriftor of the Hawaiian-.Iai'anksk Hazaah, Hotel street,
to sell hit, Mock of .JAPANKSW (JOODS. Also, a big a
siirtmi'iit of JAPANHSH PAPEK XAPKIXS will be Hold
' I.KSSTIIAV ( (1ST.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
ii wind coM.T.i iiia to (t.oi-: orr this link ok
HOiili, t)V i N IltiY niKll AT IMtlChH
AWAY BELOW COST.
B. &. HliLBiRS &c GO.
CI IAS. 11USTACE,
IMI'OHTICH AND DKALEU ! .
(1H0CSRIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
rrcsh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
VT ALWAYS ON UAND M
Hew G.ods Hecelved bj Every Steamer from San rrancisco.
ftr All r.iri. fitillif.ill)
miIi. -il. .1 mnl ... i l,i-,i H hi, raru '
l.iMoi.s lii.iK-K. Kino Stiii:i:i,
IKUII IKI.l.l ll".'!.h :-ii
Ill hXniT STItKET.
Iinpoilcrs, Wholesale & Krlail Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frush Goo:U by Every California Steamer.
K'K - IIOI'SK - (JOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
M.s Ouiiuis S..,i,m. jfrtf
II. K. MflNrYKE & IJIH).,
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed
Ni" I11.0.L :.s. i,. l.j l.i,.r) I'-irUi fr-m Uu- Ctt.lKrii Sli- mill KiIOH,
1-lll.SII CAI.iroKMA . I'llOMVIi Y . KVKItY . STKAMKIt.
A OiiIiTi fmiiii il
trl nl ll.i-
InI.anh ()hiii;iii Siii.iciti.i,
KAB'l t.01INt.l tnn
SivNi Naliuoik and Hsintoirg.
IiihtIIiik to Mntoli.
Block, Hotel Street.
wq W1 vwi
- Suits, Etc, Etc.
me to mention all the Artide
v o. mix .?.
hail.fa.-uon i;iiHniiil.-.-.t. t-ituiil Onlrr-.
IW;r. Fiiht asii Ai-akka Stbketh.
1. Ito.X an;
gW SA riSfACTIOS (LAIlANTr.KU.
0 Hox ua
AND KIAI.KKM IN
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