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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
KKOM A.NI) AKTKKJUNK I. 1kM.
To Rwa Mill.
-ni lVntl t'ltv
Arrive Kwn Mill.,
U.ive tin ii Mill
I.WIVI- I'mrl Cltv
A. 8'itnnl ivf only.
'. Mitiulnya excepted.
dhv gilu A ilh'iuu
VKDESDAY APRIL 11 18()1
M -A. 33. 1 -ME NEWS.
titinr I.lkollku from llninnlulii
W'Kii.srM'AY, April 11.
Am litstnp V il DlmonJ, Molluiunl, fur
Cnr(joe fro i a Island Ports.
Ktinr l.lkillke Wtn bni; ii?nr.
For Kninil, per tmr Pole,
Tor Mnlokitl, or unr Mo'miIII, April pj
lr Ollvi-r mill Dr. .Muurlir.
For (tail FriiiieixM, n r liktnr V It l).
Mioml. Alirll 11 -Mr. Il I' Tiurnuv nml
I'lillil, .MtfII liirnur nnl clillil.
Tor Kninil, HrMiiir . Ilknlmln, April d
lli'V atiil .Mra Alex Muo.tiilO'li, l!cv o P
l.incr-Miti l ImmIhtk- Jr., V A Mmicv, ,
l-'ntliurn IV Oiiiipx, VI r liter, I IVvk. A
M rtproull, P lf.-iucrK-
I'lirMitiil tier Mitirl ImHIne. April Id i
I! I' WiMtTiiiu wlff, II I1 Italilwin Mr- 11 ,
Iliililuln. V N Arin-I xiiiir, J M Oat, Ml
llulilwln, J Mlvn, O II Ho, Ituv t-uihor
SvIvi'mit, Mr Frirl iin.l JiililMrrn, Mr- V ,
V tm .sii'rn, MI- Curur, 1'. Dortm-tt. I
I'er Muni uiid llitwull, per Minr Klmtii, I
April IU Vuloiitios Mr Znlli-r. for wn I
iMiitv .Mrs Kiilrnkll nml olilM MUlinii
Willi-. It niini'kvli, .1 f t.nv, All Yttutiij. '
Iff niiil i'IiIM. Wo llln.f, Itcv ri rfoknlM', i
ISw AMiltl.niiii, I It Ke.xMortli, Wilder'
WIkIiI, John Tmoy. i
The ilnuitlinn linrk Amlruiv Welch clenr
(or llonoiii iioiiMnreli .'-M ulllt lis) ton
f. rtlllcr. ll.M)lli riiu-lio xln, :)7.'l lie.
IjmiiI. .if lilili. ilnic, IWi lull- lit) lirtl
i't.. Ii.irlui, .11 M brick", vU; vhiikmI if
Tiid litrkciitliiii (5. f. t'nvkcr nillcsl for
llllii (i i Miircliil. mIiIi :) ton.. turtlllziT,
IU1 IIm ImiIut, IIAlilil,. IIiiic. Ipi ell. I.,ir
ly, l"7 Hi. Itri'ud IS mk. Iwr, .Til IIk.
oliif o, looO IIm, I ir.l, SfK iltr-. ciclllOi, 21 IS
lb. tKuii,.i:i:nN. wine, IU Mil', mid l.
eai-iK miliiiuu, II liiul-. V IwrM-n, cic,
VllllK'd ill t'o.
Tliulinrl.ontliicW.il. Din unit, Ciiptnlii
Mai-deiiillil, call nl lor tl.n ('oiirl nt I :MJ
oVIuck ililt uitiTiioon with tho folloltii
rurco: Hu-.- lini: unnr, W. (I. Irwin A o.;
M'llMK ricu, M. lliilllM.V Co ; IUW l)uj;i
ilo., bliiK l'lin;.V:l'u. ; ixjil tinuntlu., Itvuimi
Urns.; IliSi) kin, do , M. N llrhilmiiin A l'o.
I'otnl 1 1, I7S Iiiik. "U)k ton. DoiiifMie
KUM WUN ATTEMPTS SUICIDE.
This Notorious Ghinoio Crook Stabs
Ktim Willi, the desperate Chinese
criminal, came near ending his exis-
tciicobn.tvv.on 12 ami I o'clock this
nfteruoon. He had been captured
.. . .. ' .
bv Detectives Larson mid Hovle. and
had several months added to'his for
mer seuteuco for escaping from a
iiriiou gang. For some time past he
lias been working at the quarry on
Punchbowl, near tho residence of J.
F. Hackfeld. The prisoner was sent
inn cuaiiieii io two tuners, tie ap
peared to bo sullen all the morning.
At the lunch hour Kiim Willi took
out a kitchen knife about oiulu
inches lunir and very rust v. and stab
bed himself iu the abdumen just be
low the navel. Tho two prisoners
who worn chained to htm were
shocked at tho bloody deed, and
grabbed the desperate man. The
knife was pulled out of his body.
A telephone message was sunt to
Dr. Cooper, and he soon arrived on
tho scene. Kiim Yiin was mot iu a
carl and was being taken to the
hospital at Oahu Prison, when tin
doctor changed his mind and had
him couvejed to the Queen's Hospi
tal, where he is at picscut.
Dr.C. II. Wood assisted Dr. Cooper
at tho Hospital, and the wound wan
sowed up. Dr. Wood was seen by a
Ucm.eti. leportor. He stated that
the wound was about an inch and a
quarter deep The knife um-iI vvie.
very dull. The blow had cut the
covering of tho bowels, letting out
some of the entrails. The intestines
had not been cut. The doctor was
of the opinion that the wound would
heal, but if peritonitis sets iu the
man will die.
Where the knife came from is a
mystery, but it is suspected by the
prison lima that it was smuggled to
the prisoner b.v a Clt1ne.se hotisu ser
vant. It was an old rusty thing and
Those who never read tho adver
tisements in their newspapers miss
mure than they presume. Jonathan
Keiiisou, of liulaii, Worth Co., Iowa,
who had been I roubled with rheuma
tism iu his back, arms and shoulders
read an item iu his paper about how
a piomiuout German citieu of Ft.
Madison had been cuud. He pro
cuied tho same medicine, and to uw
his own word: "It cured me right
up." Ho also savs: "A neighbor
and his wife weie both nek iu bed
with rheumatism. '1 lien boy wn
over to in house and Mini they were
so bad he had to do the looking. I
told him of Chambei lam's I'aiu
lialm and how it had cured me, he
got a bottle and it cured them up in
a week, oil cent bottles for sale bv
all dealers. Ileiisou, Smith Co,
Agent for the Huwuiiiiu Ulaiids
LOCAL AND QENEHAL NEWS
A small ooltogo or room is wanted.
W E. Iiowiill La3 lost lii Arab
II. P. Baldwin and V. JI. Corn
well havo returned to .Maui.
Handicraft saya C. Hakor lias his
noso lirol-en plajintf baseball.
A special ini'oliiijj of thn Sailors'
Home trustees is called for Saturday
at 10 a. in.
ltudolpli Sprei'Ms had l'oih- to
Maui. Ho was accompanied by his
With the aid of Champion men, it
is expected to hnu a cralch match
of cricket Saturday afternoon.
Two notices of postponed mort
Kajje wlo, with .las. V. Morgan a
thu auctioneer, appear to-day.
, The Harmony sininuir club will
meet this eieninK at the Pacific
Saloon for their weekly ltractice.
Mr. Moreno the barber i at the
(Jiit'en si reel shariiiK parlor.-, ad-
''!'"'"' "'istaco te U'' ollice. Give
, bun a call.
Mrs. I). P. Lawrence and child
and Mrs. O. Turner and child left
on the barkeuiiue W. H. Dimotid
to day for San Fratieieo.
A panorama of Honolulu in oil
from the lini-li of the late U. C.
Itaruliehl I on exhibition at the
Pacific Hardware Co.'s Miore.
The barkeiitine . II. Dituoud
took a mail coiiHistiug of 82 letters
and Sill paperc, and a cargo allied
at $iri,0."if for the C.al to day.
Owners of racing stock should not
fail to take hied to the announce
uieiit regarding the I lib of June
made by the California Feci! Com
pany. The Anglican Church Chronicle
for pril has four paes of editorial
and local note, bidet a goodly as
sortment of church news fro n other
An entertainment will be g m'ii at
the Opera lluiio m-xi S.ilurday
ttceK li.Vtlie iniiihtrel troutieof It.
.vi..unauipion inni.ioi tne Unlisli
uevo.uil ftev l.
.. .. ,. . . .. ... .....
An auction sale of uuchimeil mer
chamliMt at the Custom Hnii-e will
bo held li) Ja. I'. Morgan at his
Milesrooin next Prid-iy at In o'clock
Uargalus are iuovilalile.
The Hawaiian Jockey Club will
meet at the Pacific Club this even
ing, when a full attendance is re
tpiested. A hoi mI program is expect
ed to be ratified by the meeting.
Tho regular police havo received
iiitrui'lioiis that I liny cannot make
a raid, mile-, accompanied bv a
captain or lieutenant, and couo
iiieutly think they are handicapped.
Handicraft, priuW il at the Kame
haiueha Schonl. is out for March
after skipping February. It is a
tiptop number, but, fur a s(hool
production, it I in no excuse in
mi Ming the word "privileg." wrong
three times in one p.uauraph.
A great variety of table and medi
cinal waters N lor sale by the Hoi
lister Drug Co. Among others is
the celebrated saner hriinucu. which
has attained great popularity here.
The wonderful curative "waters
a Iverlired in the leading perimlicaN
abroad are in Mock.
I'p till a few minutes to 2 o'clock
this alteruoou tho number of voters
r tifii.1 it rin( i tu Tlt Wi.i.ifnl .. j.j
, were registering when our repoiter
, called. Them were L'ltH) and odd
i : ...'.i 1 , , i ,
" ',' uU 'V " '" l,,M, """ral
'.'ill , " Uf-''"j'.K'.'" HV l",rVr"
J ','. l" .. ?". "i iK. ''" . r,'K,Miy
Wild llflli mil lirilil tliiiii- Invim
who have not paid their taxes.
It i" expected that from IIM) to 1.7)
Cliince will takeout return permits
for departure by the S S. China on
Monday. Cluneal an afr-id that
more htriiiL'ent law will be nas-ed
j against them here.
Ke-idcs a food
oppoituuity n. iu olfers them at
j upmeut or vanoiis mine-.. V. Horace
i Wnoln. ,.l.irl .if it... i i.i i...
liotue lor employment in the (level
III the 1'oreign Ollne, is Uieslliug
with some pew pumi that have
arisen for settlement with regard to
return and residence penults.
THE FOOT UACE.
Rtiudu WantB u Ouu-niilu Hucu--Klii
One of the b., kei-of Keede, i.f II.
II. M. S. Chainpiiui, called at the
Ul'i.li:iin ollice this afternoon, and
stated that theii man wa icadv to
run a one mile race Tor r'HM a -iile
with King of the U. S S. Philadel
phia Heclaimthat King i-siidl a
challenge for a return Match which
was accepted, Now Kiiil; wauls a
hundred yard race, be-t threi
, live. tie t. Ii'iiuiiioii lean s o.ieker-
I have put up a forfeit, ami so has
the Philadelphia man The Cham-
i piou backers will give the Plidadej
plnan until Mio "' toti.iiu As tho
1 Philadelphia man has backed out of
his former pruposition the Chun
pion men think it unfair I In y are
willing to run the ouc-huudicd'vaid
races after the ouo-mile i,ie.
i The line liur-e of Kaiuaua, a
. Oahu prison limn, was badlv iiijuied
i ontcrdav after inm. Kamaua w.t-
riding on King lie, when the am
uml shied at a vehn Io and sprang to
, one side. The horse'n rump colluh d
wilhashaip point in a lence, ciu
l tlllg two ileep aid lung gashes
lllootl was lliiwiug fiiilv for Mime
time The lior.so was lalieu to Di
.Moiii-nrr.it'- to have (lie wounds
Il will beau agieeablo siupri-e di
persons slibj'-i l to ,i lueks of Illinois
cieic in learn thai prompt n lief
in.'u be had b.v taking ( haiulierlaiu's
Colic, (hulera ami liianhoa Item
eilv. In iirtiiv in-Lain im t Im attack
mav bo pie Il t ft t bv t'lklllg this
ii iiH-ily as mm in as the In. i sini
tuiu-iif the iIim a-e appe'ir. lio and
fit) ci III bottles fur sale bv all deal-
I eis. lieiisou, Mllllli ,V Co , Agents
' for the Hawuiiau Lluudu
.... . ' i
THE KAMEHAMEHA TEAM.
How It Will Flfjuro In This Sea
Ihueball crnnks will bo interested
in the following from Handicraft:
''One of the attractions which calls
the boys back to Kaniuhameha after
the Christmas vacation is hum bull.
Football has so far, on account of
the rocky ground", proved a failure,
ami Puuahou has not as yol met her
"Another bael)all season isalmost J
at hand and baseball enthusiasts are
already asking each other about the
hilver Uup. Whether the school
s will have as cav a time this I
year as they did lat year no on is
in a position to decide. Yet, if any
thing, Kamehatneha's bitting force
will be stronger this a ear than lat
year and the fielding just as good if
not better, ilikur is undoubtedly a
first-chi's catcher, and we hope ho
will do good work for tho Crescents
this year. Katiiehameha cannot but
"For third haronian wo havo a
good fielder and a better batter and
also one who could step behind the
bat in ca of necessitv. and with his
)uiei surprise every one.
these two changes tho Kn-
leha nine will be composed of 1
tneiiaiiielia tune will be comtiosei
(he came iilaiers as hit icar. It is i
to be deplored, however, that lho --
games could not be begun earlier Tho I.cwis-Dudott Woddinir.
thi-xear and end before the sum- I . ., , ,, . ,,
mer vacation. Come, let us have a I P.T,, lJ,,"'ni,SM,li,.,f :Ir' ""''r
niuare deal Cre-cents and Hawaiis. i f "."',l"' . iJiulolt ill M..anui, Mohi-
nml ib.ii't uml f.,r I !..... ..mi!.,., ..1....,
all the Inn" ato gone and then begin
tliocaon. It is too l.ito now to
play such a trick on us."
CHINESE LABOlt CONfT.KENCL'.
Small Chance of HocruitliiR In China
Undor lxlotinc; Conditions.
The committee of the F.xccutlic
and Atlvi-or.i Cmincils held a con
feience'with Chiueiu merchaut on
Saturday. The object of tho inter
view was to accrtain if more coolie
labor could bo secured from China
or plantation work. The merchants
Were yccil liV a llri.lt ti roiinrlnr.
liV a Jlt'M.l.TIN
and all rcfu-eil to reveal auvthiiiir
I... i .. !i I. i i r... 1 ...
';......,..,,. ,,..- ,-, u ,
lvi," ( ne-o Couinierc a Agen .
(h( ((( mn m .
vale one and nothing could be di
viilgd uii'il the matter was brought
up in the Councils. Th"V had pro
mivd md to nivo out an'ythiug in
he papers until the eouimitti:e re
poried to the Council Goo Kim
adde I that i't the opinion of fellow
merchants and liiiu-elf. no ('liiueo
labor can be induced to come from
China until the o-fallcd Chinee
license lull had been entire! v obliter
ated. The Cliinee in China have
been kept fully informed of recent
event" in Honolulu regarding their
countrymen residing here, and,
speaking for him-elf personally, he
thought it was next to impoAihlu
to secure plantation labor from
China. The committee will report
io that eib-ei on Tliur.-day afternoon
at the n-gular seision of "the Conn
CAUOHT IN THE ACC.
Captain llookano and Ollieer Kale
arreMcd a native woman named Ka j
luakiui on the evening of March L, ,
in a Inni-e ai Apua, for M'lliug the I
concuclton known as swipes without I
a liceiiho. Another native woman
had called at Kaluakini's place at f
. ..!.. .1. !.. . I r. ....... . I .
Ki-iiiiu in i ue (iiieruoou ami miijiii
'0 '" w.itih of swipes. Si
" '" " ht IheMuir wa-not to
taste, and she got angry and gave i
vent to a leveiigeful xpirit". The wo
man went to tlie Police .station and I
lepurted to Captain llookano. The j
ollieer gave the informer a marked ,
half dollar and accomp inied her to !
thetlace betwieu il and III o'clock '
' in the evening. II itholllrors i-iaii.m
d tliein-ebi s at tiiedooraed watch, i
ed the wiiiuau buying the liquor.
As soon as the marked money was
passed over the olllcers appeared on
thesceue.'iiid Kiiluakiui was arrested, i
The botth-n containing the swipes'
were eut to Prof Lj oils for aualvsis. i
The stull w.is fi.uuifto loutaiu'dif- I
feri'iit percentages of alcohol, the
striuiKest being " percent.
Kalunkiui was tin d in the District
Court thi-i morning and found gudlv.
She was einoii. ed to pay a line of
-s(K) ilei atturiie noted an appeal.
AN Ol'iUIiI DEN U iIUED.
Muuy llullcu ot mi E::tnsivo Tratltc
uiu 1 lacovunut
L'eutenaiit l.antrlev and ollieer
Sam Stone undo a raid on a Chinese
store on Nllliauu street, above Jos.
Tinker's butcher shop, about 7:.'0
o'clock ie-terday evening. They
eaptuied four Chinamen t-iunkiug
opium, besides a collection of lichee
nuts co'iiaiuim.' i imuiii, ami a lew
oinptv t.us. Lveiy nool, and I'orner
::f,1l",":l,'!: -.t v n,,...k.;.i
null over llneo iuilidred eiliplv
piuui tins were found. Aeeordiu'
to the infill hot, if tho ntid had heeu
ininle the hitter part of last inonth,
eilnv full tins nt up uiu would havo
heeu eaptured The htuir, tho in
foruier haul, all e.uuo from tho S. S.
Australia. Another lot was to have
heeu talieu to tlie iilaeo last niht,
hut tlli'di -eenl of tile ollieers block
ed the ;aiue. Opium stoelis are jet
tin prettv low iu the inaiKet, and
i'oum iieutl the pneo is tfoiiif,' Up.
Californri piuui is at prese t
iiioted at .i-l.'i and llo kIhiii at i'2'i
IM.' I l. Ml I. IIM. ol llll.
II.. II. I ill I lll-ll i. .,' till ItnMlllll
- VI I "Ii ll'iJ. I t Hill III- lll''il III llll'
It i III if lli I II. llll I r I'M llllllill ll'i uli
s!'V ilii llili i i-lmil ill lOei'lnt-l,
I . A
i ii' mi
M 11 A I I I. It
j i n in v
II. l.n III, Ml II
I VI Ml I I Vn Ml llll MI.M
i if il 1 1 i hi e J. hi V I . i
i.i, .1 in. 1'iimtli I lil in
v I I'M.'
II I I'M k I
Ii v 'In IU In l ill
k. V I I i lilt i I mil I riiii.'li 'I.
W VI illl'l villi.
Withdrawal of Duclsion in Suit
Against tho Government.
.1. W. Kuainioku by his attorney,
W. IL Castle, files the following an
swer to the suit of John IL Silva:
"Tho answer of J. V. Kuaimoku,
the above-named defendant, denies
each and every allegation in the
plaintiffs complai il contained,
whereof he puts himself upon tho
r.ritt,,! rt. "
Paul Neumann, attorney for the
Portumiec Mutual Benefit Socielv.
vu ...... ..
files a bill of exceptions to the jinlg-
luent of .litilgo Wuttiiiir again! Ins
client at tho suit of Iguaeio tie
Fraira for benefits claimed. ?i"0. in
terest and costs.
In the cae of T. It. Moiuaii v.
Tho Hawaiian Oovermneiitj the fol
lowing withdrawal of decis.on has
been made in the clerk's minutes:
"On the aoth of March, the time the
decision was filed, there was no re
plication of record, and same was
not considered in the dcciMon. The
replication was filed on the Ith of
April. 1K!)I, whereupon the Court
withdraws tho decision and vacates
same, and the cause is to be further
cousuiortti, aim no exceptions or ap
I'oal is required by litlier parly."
The derision thus withdrawn was in
' i .
favor of the Government.
KM, Was tile SCl'llO of a lOVelV Well
ding last Tliursday aflernonu April
"th, tho contracting parlies being
Miss IJIaiicho Uudoit and Charles
luiltio Lowi-t. The residence was
most beautifully anil profusely do-
corated with ilowers and evergreens
by Mrs. Lily Auld and a fow others.
'1 ho bridesmaid was Mis Mary Snif-
fen of Honolulu, and the best man,
Mr. Horace Lewis, a brother of the
j groom. The hride was given away
hiy her father, Mr. Jules Dutloit.
I She looked lovely, being attireil in a
pretty costume of mull trimmed
, with laeo and wreaths of carnation
jtownrs made of pumpkin Malks.
I The ceremony which was very im
presMVo was tieriormed ty the Kev.
Manage of Kaluaaha at '1 o'clock p.
, t,0 ia.,v L. -inndinL' uii
' " '" , ' y "-ouine siaiHiiUK im
ler neat h a large Ifawa.iau Ihig fes
IiioiilhI with wreaths of fcrnis. Sin
euro conrnt illations of nil im-smit
followod tho uoromouy. 'tho n- ,
initiiuhiruf tho tiny uus (h.voti'il tn
dnncinj,' nml tho enjoy incut of an
olnhornto supper prepared in Hawai
ian stylo. Dancing was kept up ;
jintil inidnl(,'lit, when all retired. '
Tho wliolo nlTair was oxuei'dinijl)
null carried out. Anions thoo pres
ent were: Mrs. Jauies Auld, Mr. and
Mra. .John .Spencer, Cnpt. A. MoGro
Kr, Messrs. Chn. CreiK'liton, 12. Ual,
Clnreneo Crick, N. Fernando., Win.
.Mv'dri'uor, Sant (Jreou, .MIsoh Hat- ,
tk Lewis, Luc) Dinloit, .lulia Haiku,
Nancy iuipuaa, l.oinsa Harper, Mm.
Lily Auld and several other invited
Sururtfd Ilia Sorvicin.
Mr. V. 0. I'otlor, crnyon and vva-tor-color
artist, who has been visit
ing the islands for his health, has I
mi.m1i an oiiavinent vvitli Air. ,1. .1.
Williams.' Mr Potter's work while
in Sail Francisen was necoml to
none. .Samples will ho on exhibition
at our studio, 102 Fort Mreot.
SM V I. I niTAiir. nil
prtf.'rriil mil lleard wllli
all Kiiulloli fanillv. Ad-
ilr-.n n II ," Hi 1 1 ri Dii'r
in.' i ll
bo fimlfil tliii
tru'iicr of line istouK
bhotild liavt' tho very lii'ht
l utility of fi'i'd
ilOI'kCK. Till! on
for hticli ib tlie ,
'or 1 1 loir
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
tv IKI i:iMliM.ts iji -ix
DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Oitk i: A: Wauciku mc:
('onicr (iii't'ii and Nuuaiiii
'PI II? LMM 0T lV VlTillYO'
HIMIUM l)r ftAIIII.V
'in in: iii:i,ii r nil.
Beretania Street Armory
Friday Evening and Saturday Afternoon
' and Evening, April 13ili & 14th.
lie S ut ii in- to In. r. ."i' villi ! iiri
i Hawaii, Amoriuii, Great Xtritiim.
Unriuiuiy, I'ortuunl, Fruiirn,
SvvuiIhii mid Noruny,
i Mexico ami Spiuu,
Jiii.m ami linliii
I'IMt A i'l AUMI-Sios
Saturday Altirnooii, 25 Ceuts.
ON IIIK IU'1 I I.NIM.s
50 Ceil s.
Clilldien under (ltti-en.
Door open 7 3D. Grand March at b.
ftp" mtiinlii) ullt'rn.'iin ilm Hut nir w III
lie on ii Iruiu 1 1" ti o ulmi. r. 14. Pwl il
And Catarrh in tho Head
Mr. IF. I.. Turlor
"I feci Hint It Is ItnpoitlMo for tn to lay too
tnuch In f.itur ot llooj s H.ah U'aillli. I was
s creit stnliTcr from Impure Mooil r.ii'l CsLirrb
In my IiphI, .toll's cnmturli'rs fi tied to comfort
ms, and I suflorcil from nuincrouj bolt
Acony Coyonii Description.
When t t.epni to t..l.n ItiKsl's P..iraiarllla 1 hnit
Mx of them, only four of wMch i atne to a lieail.
nii'l tlnoo ttien, ilianits to l!il qooit mcitlcliip, I
lnvo I'ccn fne from llil Rro.it r Mr linn. 1
.Tilneil 1 1 iMiuii'li in lure wii, 1 lir Cntanli
In inylin.iJ villi IiIik tro'lil-i ii"frpari lias
nlo Iilcu curuil by ItooU's H.irauiill.i uuj I
p.ullU am ciijnjltis crnvl ptit.iI lirntlli. I rarnrstty
! n'liiiU'iiil Ilo ls s, , it illi to nil ttlici uru
nfllii't' J." W. t Ti'iki n Lnvebiirtf, Otrsou.
HOOD'S PiLLO cuic utl I.Imt IIM, i:illou-nt-.),
Jaunillce, I Lxllcust l.ii. hick ItcaJacL.
HOllltON, M'.WMAX .V CO.,
Afrits fur llannllioi ImiiihI.
Desirable : Residence
'pin: rMir.iisiui:ii un m.- tm:
1 Mil) lint l Inn i l!i I '( i. .in K I
I.l.'lulil sir, it, a i Ii.Hii ill nli ii hi
i . .IiiIui-iiii I, i I In Ij t Ii i- ii r m im
n( iilioill h fie' on K iii,il til Ir. ii.ui.l
Is In in III t'l I'. I f 1 1 id i p. I Ii' n i- i m
iiinlcki lltiu'l.V Wi'l -Inillt tin i.. Ilii' Hun-.,
Hi tin' ireH'ilj, reiitiilinii l.n . I'.ni,
blnlnu ri'oni l llf-ln - lti ! KItiu'ii
ami I'atitrv Cvi'inlllil W lilt- r in 1 1 ,
Ciirrliiiit' )Imiii', nil-. !., In
Kriiiuuls ii n wi Ii iru ci im. I I . , t .1 nun
I-mil iiml si i,i 'i r,. ii.
gnr I Im I'li'viitinii i'iiiiiiiiiiii - im im
li.lrili'tnl vli f r. mi Ilium iii lii 1. 1 n'lii
WiiIiiiiiik .MinuiMlils. Itili'lulini; lii-i'r
I'll IIIS1M l-t liri-lllls Mil lll,. l l tn
I 1111 It -t
J s. c. .Mi
li'i v -s.
- sS V
rt . H
cj . pi
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I -s S
0 b i
Il Ju ;-
15 Kll'LKY & AIUHUH HEYHOLDS,
Oi i ii i : Sim sfi.
1 nrt .tii'i i, ll
III i"ii It i 1 . 1 1 1 1 1-
nuliiui, II. I
I'ihii' Fi'itiiM'liiiis 11ml i criii'i ii'l
1 111 f mi fin l.v, rj i.-i ri.li in 1 f ll'iiM
110.' I'M HiiiMihi!' iiin'-f'i It It' iim I
iil.il .mil l.tiliin-, il I), mi fur In'i'Uiir
II 1 ir 1 1 on - Muni- 11 Mi i'luiiu il In in
in).' 'Irui'lni; im I It In I'liiiiiiu liiiul ).
fur IlimU nr Nf -I'.i.i'' lllu.ir ilmii,
J S I . Y 1 S I- VS ISi, 1 I , Will
1 II- I'llllliiinl I nil. III. Ilrill .s. 1 ,1
Vriiin II111I Hliirli lir Ii 1- ri- 1I1 il fur In.
lilt Til II I III V llll I f It tut V lit tl liUlin
'I lii l ilnnl i iiiiiiiiii I , - im 1 liil I
run w II 1111 nl ill llu Viiiiii 1 1 it 1 1 nt .'11 1 In I
Sill inlui iilliTii'H.n A 1 " i I .i'l
llll I in im 1 v iiine .il 1 Oi in
II I In I. 11 . 1 1-- Hill Im fill In, . .11 i li itll I
in I Ii ir I iv life 1 mon 11 ml ak
Viril l.lli 11 s . i.il i'Iii-- w Ii 1 . 1. ,r 1 , I
fui II mil. 1 1 -
llll I'llllV ll llll l.l I'll). 1 Mill Ii. J
!' lit 1 1 , - 11
On tin 11I1 w ilij. Mr. I n.n. 1 an Im
UI ut llu Hull fruiu V 10 W iiikjii v If
Headquarters for White Goods
3ST. S. S-A.CHS'
fSO irort Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAIN"tiiKi In Plain, lrlicil, ( liock. ami 1'lnlil-.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. UI!A)k AND I'KICKS.
IMMITII S In Mrl.,. Clicks, Plnl.N nml llnlr I.Iiips
INDIA MN'OXri, H.n.TB AND COTTON CHAINS.
COTTON Ml'LLS IN WHITE. CHEAM AND F.CKU
IMMKSs.K VAIMKTY OK
WHITE .". C3-OOIDS
AN l.Mll K"S VAIMKTY OK
LACES AID EMBROIDERIES!
r.MIIItOlDKUY miulNOMti Sl N.ilnsMk anil HnmliurK In
All WhUIis wild liKirlltiK to Mutili.
AU-ovor Einbroidory, Embroidory Flounces and Demi Flonncea.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
JLVmm tm &!$ m
o- Uoliinsuii Ilock, Hotel Street,
SKNI M OKllW
Stock Must b3 Sold on May 1st.
IVVMI s; ,,.- m KN Tl l!i: "ItlCK. IMS'-lsriVd Or
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Men's and Boys' Suits, Etc, Etc.
53r 1 1 i' iiitiM.silili. for mv to ini'iitioii all tliu Aitilr
.-mil 1'iici's !
SALK CO.MMIONCI'IS ON
Monday, March 19,
PLKASK GIVE MK A CALL I
Stock Must k Sold on May 1st.
I haw Ih'cii iii-ti'iii'tcri hy Mk. J. M. in: Sa k .Silva,
iiiiii'iftiriir Hit- Hawaiian. I iai.i: Ua.aau, Hotel street,
to s.ll his, Modi of ,l. I NHS 10 (JOODS. Also, a big u
soitiiH'.it of .IAl.T.M-: PAl'KU NAl'KIXS will hv aolil
l.l-s THAN (II V'.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
ii wish ioiitiii:n to 1'i.iisr. orr nu link oh
II-. Ynl S lit V rill'.M AT I'KHJI..-
AWAY 13ELOVV COST.
S. 5T'. JGIBIIL.EIK.S &c GO.
rii.ci-ii.iM 11. ,. nx Vi
(HAS. 1 If STACK,
IMI'OHI'KIt AND UKALCK !.
SROCERISS, PROVISIONS, FLOUR aud FEED.
Tresh CUIoinia Roll Butter and Island Butter
tJuT ALWAYS ON HAND 00
Sfcw G ods litcelved by Lvciy Stwrner Irom San Francisco.
'mum.".''";"..!."'.', ' '"-'sf.,,,,,,1, .., ,., 0ril,r.
Limdi.n Hiiiik. Kimi Stihi-t. IW.i Finn s Alvki-v STiaKTh
Itnl II 1 1. I.I.I llu .-in . -I' "ir 110.X jn;
LKW1S & C(.).,
Ill KOIJT STUKET.
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fi-isli GjoiIu by Every California Steamer.
KM-: - IIOfSK - (j(K)DS . A - MMUJlAIn.
Ul.VM.s Dunn. Mi nun, J iff SVTINFAC1ION (5l-AKMKKI..
IL K. MflNrYUK & BKO.,
IMIiilllMlH VM. IIIAI.HI.S
Groceries, Provisions - and - Feed
s'' ' l! I ' I "' I'u. ki-ilr llu. .n...rii Mtiiif. Hinl Knri.
rilll l'LIRiM - I'KlimiT. . Y . KVKHY STKAMI'lt
1 nr .i fuiMiliv niinili-.l 1., mill iI.hcU llollvi'tnl lit unt
Iiri nf tin 1 n I ll,i: '
s,.VM. Dlil.Mis S11I.IHTIII STlMA0TION Ol'HNTSl..
BAI " OltMCIt Kolir AM) kl,NU BVItritt,
N ,v fillllKIt
it lldinl l
r o mix n-.