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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
HKOM AND AKTEK JUNK t. tuns.
To Ewa Mti.u
II. II. A. I.
AM P M l M P M
iave Honolulu ... .8:15 1:15 4:35 5:10
Leave 1'enrl Olty !):30 2:30 6:10 0:50
Arrive Kwa Mill.'. ...,9:G7 2:67 6:31 (1:22
O. B. 11. A.
AtMt AM fM PM
Leave Ewa Mill ...0:21 10:43 3:43 5:42
Leave Pearl City 0:55 11:16 4:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu ....7:30 11:65 4:55 i:4i
A. Saturdays only.
0. Buniliiys excepted.
D. Pnttirdnys exeepted.
SIu jDnUy iltclin.
FKIDAY, APRIL M, 1894.
Tiiuihimy, April 12.
Stiur Jninp Mnkec front Knunl
Htmr J A Oitiniuln from Koolau
tut pay, April 3.
Htmr W (1 ilnll from linuiill ami Manl
I'bihw, April 13.
Htnir Knain for elre;ilt Onhit
Htmr Mlkalinln for Kamil
VossoIh Loavhttf To-morrow.
Am H-lir It W lUrtlott, oSCii, fur
Cargooa from iidnud 1'orta.
Slinr Jn MnVre JiUil b.it nj;.ir.
Knr Kauai, perltnr Mlkulialn, April I.I
The steamer Mlkaluli
iniitilu till afternoon.
Tli" bark Albert hn roup ovar to the
K. .v i- t ii.'k wliarf to lovl Itli Mitiur.
Tliv tilimnvr It. W. Itirtletl will Iciiyu
to-morrow fur I.nmiii IIimi. uiulor elmtcr
to thu I'liclllit l'liophuto .$ I'crtlliriT Co.
Thu schooner Kinnm ('Imidliiu, Ciiptnln
.NelMnu, patli t Weduesilnv fur KmuiiiiK
Inland. Hliu liml it rnruo of dry good and
niorelritiillx) for Hint placo
Tho Baioball Quason.
Thu Hawaii Immlinll club will
moot in tin Y. M. C. A. Iiall nt 7
o'clock thin owning for thu ptirpoxo
ui iitiiiiiiiK a ni-iieuuie mr nuu u i
thodiiruru.il eltuWt their imiitiiig '
to-morrow UvuninK. Thu captain I
will incut at thu raiim nlaco to con
alder n xchcilulo sntishtctory to thu
mrcu ctuiis. 1 iiiR will tlicn Ik enn-
sidorod at. thu league ineoting next I
wijok. Through tho utTorts of W. F. I
rtiiou, prcsiuoni 01 ttie Jeague, the
ground is being put iuto fairly good
condition. 1110 steam toller was
over tho ground on Wednesday.
Tho suusou will open iu dbout two
Tho Nowly Arrlvod Admiral.
Admiral Joliu G. Walker visited
tliu U. S. lhigMhip Philadelphia yes
terday, shortly aftor his arrival, in
citizen's clot lies and spent some
time on board. Some of the men 011
the cruiser have served iimkr Admi
ral Walker before, and are perfectly
acquainted with his strict dihcipline.
"Ho makes tho men tou tho mark,"
said 0110 of thu Philadelphia men iu
couvursation, "ollicers and nil. If
this trouble was settled it wouldu't
bo surprising to us to receive orders
to camp iu thu mountains. We'd
have battalion drill on shore every
day. He's a mail of discipline and
enforces it, too."
To Satisfy His Hunger.
A Portuguese named Board, at-
traded by tho odor of fresh-cooking 1
pastry, made his way to the rear of
Lovotf bakory this morning. Thero
was no one in bight in thu bakery, '
and Board seeing a long loaf of
bread picked it up aud btowed it
under his arm. Ho was making his 1
way down the street when Do'octive
lioylu guutly laid his hand 011 him I
and invited him to the Police Station. 1
Ho was 1 barged Willi larceny. Hoard
was found guilty of laiceny iu thu
District Court and sento'iicu mis
ponded till moved on.
To Friends of the KindBrBarton.
On Monday and Tuesday, the Kith
and 17th inst., from 3 to J o'clock
p. in., at the V. M. C. A. hall, Mrs. J.
L. Dumas of Waiheo, Maui, a train
ed Kindergarten teacher, will give
two informal talks 011 the history,
growth, ninth ds and meaning of
the Kindergarten, under the aus
pices of thu Kindergarten Commit
tee of the Woman's Board. All
ladies and gentlemen interested iu
this subject aro cordially invited to
l)u present 011 these oceabious.
It will bo an agreeable surprise to
persoiiH subject to attacks of bilious
colic to learn that prompt relief
may bu had by taking Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhn-a Rem
edy. Iu many iiiHtuucoA the attack
may lie prevented by taking thU
remedy as mioii as the ilrst symp
toms of the disease appear. '-'"1 and
fiOcont bottles for sale by all deal
ers. Iluiihon, Smith A: Co, Agents
for the Hawaiian Island
A Fut of the beauliful new Aores Mmis 'i..aoiia, acllng Coiuiuis
stamps, about wliieh pliilatelists are 1 niotier. A teport that Mi-ns erlme
excited, has been recoiled at the was to present eie Imiii iU to tin
Foreign Olllco. They bear historical 1 PnoiMonal tniveriinieiit ieeeied I
Mceuei iu eouimenioration of the ills- ycloida' mail proven to be iucoi
covery of thu group in 11 17. ' icct
! I.OOAL AND GENERAL NEWS. I
A judicial notice- to tho hoira of
thu latu Maria O'Sullivau appears in
this paper. ,
I The K. M. S. S. Mariposa luft
, promptly atC o'clock yostordaj oven-
Tho stuamur W.'G. Hall from
i windward was telephoned as20uiilos
off at 3 o'clock thin aftorix on.
Hubert Catton offers liis coinnio
dious hotisu on Kinati street at a
very low rent for ix months from
1 June 1.
Three properties in Kona, Hawaii,
I will ho sold under foreclosure by
Ja. V. Morgan at VI noon of next
: C. M. Baldwin, a reporter, was a
, steerage passonger on tho S. S. Mari
, posa yesterday from tho Coast for
' A San Francisco paper reports
that a sailor was lost from thu bark
cntitiu H. N. Castle on her last trip
' Hegisl ration was fairly active to
day. The roll has now reached 8121.
Ten ititivo Hawaiiaus uere enrolled
The "Feast of Xat'ons" will open
1 at 7:00 o'clock this evening at tho
Bcretania streot armory. The grand
uinrch will take place at 8 o'clock.
Hy. .)hnon, a drummer, arrived
on tho S. S. Maripoa, to succeed
thu marine drtimtner on tho U. S. S.
Philadelphia, whoso term will expire
Tho schooner Xorina, Captain
Walker, hence via Fanning island,
arrived at Victoria, B. C, March 2SI,
' a telegram saying, "All well, pros
Sailors from the United States,
BritMi and Japanese warships are
agisting thu ladies in decorating
the boolli. ropresonting their res
1. F. Morgan will hold a mort
gagee's salu of four tracts of land on
Maui under foreclosure of mortgage.
The lauds are specified in the adver
A very convenient new collate
with all modern improvements, and
only one block from the strel ear,
is to let. Apply to X. S. Sachs,
The box plan for resencd seats
for the performance of (ho Dniloy
Stock Coumanv of artists will iniin
I at L. .1. Level's otllcu at .l o'clock
Admiral Walker will not be pie
sentud to the Government until he
has taken command of the squad
ron. Admiral Irwin's time will ex
pire with Siiudn next.
The stage at the Opera Hoiim is
being prepared for the opening of
the Dailey Stock Company uc.t
Tuesday evening. 'Monio "Crist o"
will be the opening play.
Thu Temple of Fashion will be re-
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ailva iV Uo. on
lock a .d L'oods
will be sold at tho lowest prices.
Tho board of trustees of the Ho
1111I11I11 nilnra If.im.i .fw, ti.lt- ti'lll
hold a special meeting for important
business in tho Chamber of Com-
nierce at 10 o'clock to morrow morn-
A new sidewalk with stone curb
ing in being laid at the lower end
of Mautiakoa street, near the lisli
market. This when PiuMied will
bu a great and much needed im
provement. Handbills in Chiue.-e have hcim
distributed iu town announcing that
a53lHH) pakapio bank will be open
next week. I'lie Chino.v, it scciiih,
nio dropping die fa and going back
Pottugui'Mt onions grown at Ma
kiki by Portuguese have been on
salu at the uMimnrkut the pait week.
They are a juicy-looking product,
whatever the aroma they may im
part to the breath.
U. S. Minister Willis paid an olll
cinl visit to tho U. S. cruiser Phila
delphia this morning, and h ac
corded thu ttiMiul laltite. Attorney
General W. O. .Smith visitnd th
The firm of Hoke A Zur Oecte,
that lately announced its piireha-e
of Ka Maile Klore, h dissolved by
the disappearance of Zur Oeueste.
Ho left lieie to go to New York to
buy goods, but he has written to his
partner say ug he is not coming
Onoof tliu four Chinamen arretted
by Captain Luuglcy and nllieer
Stone tint other night 011 Niiuaiiu
street for opium iu H.-.eMon plead
ed guilt iu t lie DiKtriel Court tins
morning and was lined 5CU. lie
paid the line. The others wern nolle
The celiooiier R. V. Ilartlett will
leave to-morrow for Ljk'iii Island
witli a lot of lumber ami provisions
for tint Pacific Phoiphate .V Fertil
izer Co. The company iutmids con
structing a large warehouse on the
island. Governor Piceth will lie a
A unlive named John was arrested
yeterday evieuu for drunkenness.
On lining winched at lli Station
Mivnral lichee nut.-, containing inno
opium weie found iu his purse. John
had two cliargns unteied against
him, and lie pleaded guilt in the
Disliiel (,'ouil. lie vwe fined . for
drunlieuuess, and sentenced tunne
inoiith'n iiiipiisiiniiieui al haul iaoor
for till 111 iu pos-essto.
Minis. erleM', who came here
two or three mouths ago aceiedited
as Commissioner of France to (Jueeu
Liliuokalaui, paid an informal isii
10 tlm Minister of Poicign Allans
this uiomiiiL', beiui: iul induced li
Buit Against Queen Kapiolant
Stoamor Waimunalo Libel.
Annie i. Ulukott, by her atlornoy,
W. 1J. Castle, is taking proceedings
against Queen Douager Kapiolaui.
l'laintitr claims 50390 on account of
the piiroha'o prico of cortaiu lands
sold to the late King Kalakaua and
the defendant. A former suit to set
aside th deed on the ground of un
due influence in obtaining it was
unsuccessful. The alleged contract
was undo by tho King to the mother
of plaintiff and herelf, whereby ho
agreed to pay them 570 a mouth for
their support ns consideration for
the conveyance of the property.
Therefore tho present claim repre
cuts six years of occupancy of the
land at 57(1 a mouth ami the interest
Judge Whiting is hearing tho
admiralty libel of tho Alliauco and
Sun insurance companies against
tho steamer Waimniialo. Captain
Ditdoit was on tho stand this after
noon. In cross-examining him Mr.
Ali ford was kept posted in nautical
terms by A. McDowall, who got tho
steamur off the rocks and into port.
C. W. Ashford fortholibellants; F.
M. Hatch for the steamer.
Japanooo Freaks in Diplomacy.
Tho course uhich thu Japanese
Government appears to be pursuing
in relation to the Sandwich Islands
is somewhat peculiar. The know
ledge that no have of it is based
only on surmises and conjectures,
but thev all point iu the same direc
tion. There are large numbers of
Jipatn'e on the group. They have
been brought there as laborers on
contract, which is only a modified
form of slavery. The Japanese Gov
ernment not only permits that sort
of tralliu in ineti, but to a targe ex-
f.ltll cmiitpt...id it 'Pl.t Id n 11..1II1.
1.-.1 i..... ..e ir !- . ... ' .i-
oi.i ?. 01 miairs 10 Man n-nii.
1 in- iiiuur ui.irin m inu isilllKl I. Ill- ,
pire may not be ipille as repulsivu I
as the baracoous of Zanzibar, but
they cannot be elevating or inspir
Allowing its people to be trans
ported to n foreign laud on terms
which are abhorcrnt to civilized na
tions, Japan is now, if report be
true, setting up a preposterous claim
in tlieir belia f. It is understood
.1 . . :i 1 1.1- it . 1 :. 11 1
that it holds that is laborers so d(-
ported should bi allowed tho privi
leges of citizenship iu the count rv
iu which they lime been dumped.
It is true that that country is weak,
and if left to itself would not be able
to assert its rights, but that fact
does not iu any manner alter tho
principle involved. If the Japanese
Government is dNpie-cd to enter
upon auv policy of this kind it will
be the first instance it) history iu
which a nation has taken n hand iu
perfecting the expatriation of
ovvn cui"iiit who are guilty or no
crime. It does not nppar"to have
struck Japanese statesmen thnt ac
cording to tho full prittlcges of
citizenship to thu Japanese laborers
in Hawaii of itself would absolve
them from their til leyiauee to tlieir
To acknowledge two sovereignties
at one and the fame time would bu
an anomaly iu international rela
tions. If emigrants from one coun
try to another wore to have full citi
zenship during their sojourn abroad,
national authority would become so
mixed tlmt it would often bo found
dtlllcult to locate it. To bring the
! matter home to Japan itself, for the
rule would have to be reciprocal, a
' nation desirous of shaping its policy
I could colonize its citizens or sub
, jeets there ami in time turn it up
side down. But it is beginning to
1 bo apparoul with regard to the gov
ernment of that country that it is
.one thing to be civilized and an
other to'profess civilization.
Japan sees, perhaps, that foreign
ers do eomo to this country ami in
. time become eiti.eus of it. That
I privilege has not been accorded to
them beaiise of any pressure that
has been brought to bear on us by
their home goeruiueiits, but be
cause we chose to concede it. Our
Goxcrnuieiit, if it were so minded,
could rcwilet the piivilege to-iuor
row for ail new-comers. As it stands,
before we let them act as citizens we
compel them to abjure allegiance to
tlieir former sovereign. Iu theen-e
of England, by the tiealy of Wash- I
button, 1 he Englishman who be-1
comes a citi.eii of this country can-1
not return to his native land and re-'
siime his rights as citizen theie .
until, Mice any other foreigner, he
has become naturalized. When a '
citizen or subject uhaudous his na- '
live land aud becomes a citizen or
subject of another land, it would be
an ofiousivM exercise of I he imjn rlum !
In ininriti for his former Nivorcigu j
10 try to make terms for him, or to
resent any injustice to which lie may 1
have been subjected.
Perhaps in time Japan will learn
the tine points in international cour
tesy. Its course iu relation to the
Sandwich Island, if correcllysur 1
lllised, exhibits tliu wisdom of the
refusal of the western nations tosur- j
render tin right to tr) their own
citizens charged with crime iu Japan, '
secured to them by treaty. This dis
tinction is alwas 'made In, civilized
nations in tlieir dealings with tlio.se
nations that are less advanced.
These foreigners have not become 1
Japanese eitieiis and do not intend
to do si-. The reason is that the 1
-emi ciilied nations usually have I
110 judicial system that could be 10- I
lied upon lo administer justice be
tween unlives and foreigners. The
civiljcd nations, on the oilier hand, !
have courts open to all, where even
handed justice is dispensed. Japan
recently adopted a code, ami by
reason of that fact asked to be e
eiupted from I lie treat piovisiou.s
in ipiestloii. lint having a code is
one tiling and knowing how to ad
miiiisiei ii is mini her. Judging from 1
the internal iimal freaksof wliieh the
alleged Sandwich Islands' policy ia
specimen, the decision reached on '
that ouesiiou was wise ami sound ,
S,M miic M- (1 Itii hn
The steam packet Morning Star
is uinlergoiiig a general overhauling.
Iu addition to repairs of the smoke
stack the bowsprit is being renewed
aud the bow being newly plunked.
Mishap to Captain Aiulrows.
Senior Captain Loiriu Andrews
came near meeting with a fatal acci
dent yesterday, afteriioon, shortly
before 5 o'clock. The eiptain was
riding towards Wailtiki on King
street, on his stallion, when in an
attompt to turn into a lane near Dr.
Monsarrat's rosidence the stallion
slipped and foil. The captain's leg
was caught underneath the horse,
his trousers being torn and his leg
cut. The horso struggled to its feet,
tho captain managing to extricate
himself in time to escape the horse's
hoofs. With tho exception of a
slight loss of blood anil a stiff leg,
Captain Andrews is all right this
Sailing of the Adams.
It is not definitely known whether
tho U. S. S. Adams will get away to
morrow for Port Towiisend on her '
way to Bohring sea. Stores aud pro
visions wore taken in this forenoon,
and her projected delay is said to
bo caused by waiting for the Admi
ral's mail. Admiral Walker is ex
pected to send despatches to Wash
ington by thu Adams, acquainting
tho homo government of his arrival
and correspondence with Minister
An Open Door.
Tho front door of tho Hawaiian
Deposit building on Fort street was
found wido open by Captain Lang
ley lat night. E. A. Jones was tele
phoned for aud on arrival the parties
uent. through the building and
found everything undisturbed. Tie
leaving of the door unlocked was a
bit of absetit-miudedness on thu part
I7OH SIX MONTHS
1 from June t, IS'M.nln
vvry 10 relit to 1111 at
,,roVPll tclmnt, IIIV jinl;0
011 Klnnii tro-t, one 111II0 from tlm l'nt
1 (Mice. Thure am :t l'ulillci Ituoiti- mid I
llrdrtiunis with nil thu n.Minl CMivinlciicc.
leoT tf ItOllT. C.VTTo.N.
In tlm Circuit Court of tho First Cir
cuit, Hawaiian Islands.
1. of Mn
mattkii or tin: ktati:
arin O'Millivnii, lute of Hniiohilii,
onhn. d-irn-d tv.iute. On muling mid
" 'i1 ",', '' "'i'" of A,,.mlm"' ,,Vr"!!!,lu;
, ef "'' Huii'i 1 in 1, exi-rnter of tho w nf
...m ti-Mu-e. praying f.-r mi order ..f .'.I,., ,f
real ctntc lu'lnnuliiit to -.1I1I ilcvcu.cl. mid
itlh'Kliil! that the re tl c-l tie nf s.tlil ti- ntor
I-as follow-: Panel, i f Imul, hnn mid
j other liiipnivi'tiii'iits, IioI'ik tho fninli)
I lioini-sti'itd til Knlilil, iiikIii piece el Iii'mI hi '
I Kiihel.il.iiiiifiiro.ihii l'rl-o , Isith of which '
Isnid hunts nru sltiniif In Hnuoliilii, l-lnml
of O.1I11, and scllllic forth rvrtulti ligul '
riuouvliy siichrvili-tntcshniiM hi sold, I
, to wit- liisiilllcli'ui'y nl the n.Tiinltv to '
I extinguish the dili nf unld estate. 'It I
I hvrehv iirdTcd. tlmt the heirs of nul de
I eeii.isl mid all -rs us Inion-lccl in the
I said estule, apiniir hvfere this Court nu
I MONDAY, the tlih ilay 01 Mny, A. I).
1 INil.ut llloeloek m., nt the Court liooin ,
, ,111- -iiii'i, 01 Honolulu, i,.iiiii, men
and there to slum en n so h) an tinier
fliunld nut lw granted for the a e of siieh
Dnied Homihihi. II I , April I.I. IMU.
Oi:il. l.lil'AS I'N.rU
Hy thu Court! PoT-int '
not lie fooled this
your, thi? owiu'ih and
tniinurs ol U110 stock
Hhonlf liuve thu vory host
Hiiulity of fi-i'd for thoir
hoi-fcos. Thu only place
for Ktioh iti tho
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
twr ti:i r.i'iio.N'i.s r.'i -
DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Of kick &. W
Tliis Evening !
TilBFKm OF NATIONS i
TO IIK IIKI.D A 'I rin-:
Beretania Street Armory
Friday Evening and Saturday AlteraoGii
and Evening, April 13th & I4tli.
The S'utloli. to U represented an .
Unwaii, Amuricn, Groat firitaiu,
Gormany, I'nrtURal, Franco,
Swmluu und Norway,
Moxlco und Spurn,
Jiipun mid India.
I'llH K OK ADMISSION :
Saturday Afternoon, 25 Cents.
ON TIIK TWO I.VIININtiM
Children undor llft-.cn, 25 Cents.
Door open 7:30. Grand March at 8.
h.ltiirdllN alleriioon the liny mr uill
open Iriilll 'J to lo'elivi, r, . ia ,t
hH'oMl IIVMl I'Al.nillAI'H
I'umvMlt r. Ad'lress, ,, prire
M ," III I IKIIN Olhe, . .f ,.
y -ii: i a i. mki.iinii o.- 'i in:
I II mrd nl 'Iruslte- nf the IIiimii I 1.1
S mi oil's M.iMK , i, i wl'l he In M nt I lie
It'.i in id I lie I Ihiiii Lit n( I'niiiliif ree. nu
MA I tl lV,tlie Dili in. liml, in luoVloul.
. M. Iliislues. ol liiiporliiuee.
I'. A. bl'IIAKIKIt,
Honolulu, April tl, ivil.
?ich Red Blood
Rooults from taking Hood'i
.v. T -
,' :::'::M'-'-' - l
Zr.'i. ...y w .,fZ hn
ilr. Chan. Walker
Of San rranc!oo.
"Tat snvcrat yo.irs I li.tve hern troubled with
ttolrlipi anil pimpli-i on my f.i"o awl boJy,
ulilrh frc very n-miij I'ej. I ti ! m'V' r d lire
Hood's x Cures
criiiuon, ami ni iu uuit riC'iicinej, i ui nicy
(III lint rrrm tt lictirnt tr.i. I.il fill a friend
mmvii me t' try HmnlS Sir.ip.irlll.v 1 waj
Ucton.iliK'iI louo ll
A Thorough Trial.
After telns tne Imtiir . my V:t n-turncd to IU
n.iiuril Liif. I 'i 1 uv it. n it pivpi ma
Mrcu -Hi mi . vu-iir. I i,vir Ii I liotior liPilih
In my Ii '. .1 1 1 I imr i 1 t.iMn : llii'l h.irv
liirllW' iw ii.ir. Mi t. in 111 MI&
Co., H I.lKlllll M'.H'Ot ,,.n, rt, v-o.
Mood'o Pitls nro the Ik-.i nitfMllnner
rilii, aulst OUoiUoii, euro lic.vlai.Lo. 25c
IIOIHION. NKW.MAN .V CO.,
Acetiln for Hiiwnllnh Ulumli.
Desirable : Residence
pin-: rNni:itsio'i:i oi-n-.it.s kok
pieiani ..net. ... j ii.,,. .1,.. m.m.i,.- of
I . JutlllMili. I. i I he Ut Ills ii (r.nini:e
I Mile tint De.lr.'liile Ue-I.lic.ee on Kil
of llluiilt ") fiel on Kilpliiliui treel mid
Is Irnlll I CI to mi f et deep. I hi re is ll IICM
I aildexceeilliih'ly Vei-lnllt Drtednii: ll'in-e
I on the pniH'rty. rniitaiiiini; lirce I'-iriin,
, DiliiliK renin. I llcMrisinin Il.itli. ICItel 11
and I'liutry (' vensl Hud Wide Wr.Midii ,
I 1 iirriiin 11011.1', .7 mis, , ie., etc l lie :
itroiuuls are ueli-Krn ''d niel ,.liii,it- t vvlili I
I I' mil iind Hnde Trees. I
! V'llei elevation cummin's nu tin
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"r,,.,. .', ..,- ,,f,i, '',,,,",,., ... I", -,,",
Wiilimne .Miiilii'iiliis, liiteiidluc p in-lnirers
eie lusM'l't plelllU -s oil llppliillUoll in j
linfJu JAh. I. Mi'ltKAN.
I - 5 I
; h j
IAN- I. Yon- HAMlNii i l.,.
J Ii" eli.uij."''! from the liml Mie.l
Arlon Hull, vthifh In liu rfuieil km 'w
iii . Thiird mid iiiur, ol m'Unk,
'1 he h Iliird'.IJ oieiinue.l elu -for I li'i.l
ren II mint at the A rem Mm it Jo'eio. I,
saturiliiN iifiernonn, April iih
Oil I'llesil l evening, Apill I'Hli (it "
o'eloi'K, il I i.s will lie formed ti i M. i. iiml
()n 'lh'irdiij nlli rinioii at I e'eloet,
April I'.'lh, ii -e ml i-l.i v ll U foriiieo
'I lie ell irji fur all li I'Mp Is w ill l,e
Cents II i.te.i II
On the iili.iv 'In- Mr. I mis . in Ih
-ten in l Ii,. Hull (r mi ll In IJ iiiuiii. T i If
C. B. RIPLEY & ARTHUR REYNOLDS,
IIM UK" N, w S,(,
I oil III l I, II
'Ml II l
II II. I
I'l.lll-, Sl ll'" I'l'iil- ll'l I - I
I'lie,' uiel for HV" lie i I . 'loll I I,
illkf III I Hull IIIW "lie . I ill 1! n i.
elled und t.iJurui I I . -i, u i" I m r , . .r
Ueeiirn l.im - Mill- u i . Ii ito-'iil llrm
iiii. Triieinit mid lllue I'nii'ui )riiiii
for lliiolc or ,NvAtpiip r I llust ranoti.
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Headquarters for White Goods
3NT. S. SACHS'
Bao lort street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAINSOOKS In I'liilti, Striped, 'lieok iin.l Maid..
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. OltADFS AND Pit ICES.
Dl MiriKS In P tripod, Cluck., I'lnlds and Hair l.lnos
INDIA LIXOXS. BATISTE AXI) COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CKEAM AND JCCRL'
IMMENSE VAIUKTY oK
WHITE .-. C3-003DS
-AN KN'DI.KtS VAUIBTY OK
KM 111(01 Di:itV KDolVOS In Sivlj. Nuln k mid Hamluric. In
All Width, with liivrlliic to Miiteli.
All-ovor Embroidery, Embroidory Flonnces and Demi Elunnces.
Lacos of Evory Description in All Widths.
JBuC. S. LEVY
51-3 Kobinson Hlock, Hotel Street,
'VKXT TO OKDWAV .V I'Olt TKI!
Stock Must be
I Wil.l. hl-.M. oi'T MY KNTIIII-: HTOCK. CONHISTINO OK
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Mens and Boys' Suits, Etc, Etc.
5C3r Ii i inios.ilii.
liml I'ritv.s !
SALK CO.M.MKXCKS ON
Monday, March 19.
I'LKASK GIVE MK A CALL!
Stock Must be Sold on May 1st.
I have heen instructed hv Mn. ,1. M. ik Sa k Sii.va,
; propiictorof tho Hawaiian. I. i.vksk Ha.aah, Ilotol street,
! to sell his. Mock of JAl-ANMSK C"OOl;S. Also, a bur u-
! Mit iiiont of .lATANKSK PAI'lOK NAPKINS will he sold
I .. ""'" "'" "- ni'iu
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
(ionDs Vol' i AS lllj V
AWAY BELOW COST.
B. F. SBITl,E!ie,S & co,
IMl'OKTKH AND DUALKIt ll.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Trt-sh Calif or uia Roll Butter and Island Butter
gjT ALWAYS ON HAND m
New C.odb Recelvsd by Cvery Steamer from San Francisco.
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I.'N"".n Hmmk. Kino Stki:it. IIki. Foiit and Ai.akka Stiieets.
mn ii ii.i. i . i ii.im -in .
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Evory California Steamer.
ice - norsK
sumis Oiuu us Sin. ii in ii
n. i. whom. n.
II. K. McINTYHE & UltC).,
OIKMilllis i IIHI.KMs IS
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
l Iiihi.h U. , i ne, li
!' ' 1'ilekel
I'UI'.SM t 1.IK(IN
' nr i i Iiiei'l i
'i ll le.l
Ikl.AMi (llilil.lts .Slll.HIII.il
KAMI (OIlMil, Killtl
Sold on May 1st.
iiK- to mention oil (lie Artiul
TO 1'I.OSI". OtT THIS LINK OF
TJIIJJI A I" I'ltlt'KS . . .
! o. liox :cj
I". 0. Ilo.x au
- (iOOI)S - A - SPECIALTY.
- t0r SaTIMACTIOS (JfAIUN11.t).
- I'. 0. ItOX lift
the Kiislern N lutes mid Kilrne.
HY KVKKY STKAMKK.
In mill OimhI
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Ihllvered to Ml)