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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FKOM AND AKTKK JUNE I, t.
To Bwa Mill
n. it. a. .
AtM Flf rM FM
M-nye Honolulu 8:45 l:4.ri 4:35 6:10
Leave Pearl City 9:30 2:30 5:10 6:50
ArrlvoKwnMIll 9:67 2:67 5:30 H:22
0. U. B. A.
AM AM Pt( PtW
Leave Kwa Mill 0:-21 10:43 3:43 5:12
Unvc l'earl Ulty 0:55 11:15 4:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu ..'..7:30 11:55 4:55 H:45
A. Htturdays only.
0. Htinday exrepted.
1). 8nturday excepted.
&lw gnihi UUiin.
TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1894.
TiWDAr. April 17.
Am lik Alc'cn lteso, Frllj, 14 tlnys from
8nn Vrn lieIco
Am M-lir 0 8 Holmes, Johnson, 20 days
from Port Illakclv
Am nehr Win llowdcn, K Jcrout, from
Xuwcnstlo, X H V
Slinr Kliinu from Mnul mid Hnwnll
Tumipay. April 17.
Am schr ltolmrt Lowers, Ooodtunn, for
Htmr Clnudlne for ports on Maul
atuir Mlknhnln for Kaiml
btmr Iwnlnnl for Krtual
Stmr Kllnuca Hon for Hnwnll
Htmr V (I Hall for Mnul and Hnwnll
Gnrfrooa from Island Porta.
Htmr Kliinu i:H lm hone, IM Imgi jtn
tocH, 70 hiijts corn, 60 hiii mnr jind
I'i'i pkgK Huudrlcs.
From Maul and Hawaii wr utmr Kltiau
April 17 from Volcano: W X Xolh-r, f
llnrrett, J 0 Wnlkur, J .M 8 Walker. W U
Olark, Mr F II Une. I' I) llnir.urd, Mrs C
1) Hnzxnrd. MIm Kva Jlnxzmd, MUk C
Hall, J H MuCnii"loii, J Anderon. Way
porta: J A Jenkins, G 11 ltoii, T Yin-o-moio
AUnnn, Mr lni, J I 8lkn, K F
(MilllliiKnortli, A Cookliiirn, W A Hallcv,
MlKiiKliilmnkn.J Kiilihtaii, J Tracy, W fi
ller Wllit and til deck.
From Port lllakely nor fohr (' 8 llolniei,
April 17Mlti Janu Cameron, Mm Kvtlicr
Powell, MIm 0 Little.
For Kauai or idinr Mikiliiilu, April 17
K Btrcu, U-iiiik Chuntr and 10 deck.
For Kituil per tmr lwnlmil. April l7-(
! CornUh, 0 T Orccn and 30 deck.
Fortian FrincNco or rclir Holier t I.ow.
ith, April 17 -Arthur White.
For Yokohama and Hoiii-koiia per P M
H 8 Cliltiii. April III I tar-iru. f Nu.tnr
J-.dl-0'i, I)r 1-. A I.unily, M fcuya, Mr mid
,J-i MoDonilil. J II Firth mid art In Meur-"I!"-
For Maul and Hawaii nor xtmr W O
Hall, April I7-Mrn W Mulch, Mix Marv
Duncan. J I) Parlx, J K Kokaula, 0 Thoel.
Mm 1) If Xahlim, Mr D.ivix, Mrx J X Itoh
Iiimhi. T 0 Willi, I)r MeWayne, W Mc
Wayne, Y Amoy and 30 dcek.
Forolfrn Vosbola Expected.
OSS Aiiitralla, Houdlclto, from San
Irauclxco, duo April 21
0 A tt S Armvu, btewnrt, from Vancouver,
It U, dun April 2.1
0 A 8 8 Wurrimoo, Furry, from Sydney,
duo May 1
O ,t O 8 H (Inollu, Penrno, from Houukouu
and Yokohiinni, duo May 14
Am liktue DUvovury, from Kan Frnnrco,
Am hk Amy Turner, from Xw York, July
Am hk Annie Joluixon, Hook, for-Hllo.
dun Mar 8
Am hk Xowhhoy, Mollcxtud, fium Now-
ciixtle, X 8 V
Am xeh Balvator, from X B W
Ilk M Hackfeld, from l.lverXMil, Junn 1-16
tier hkJ (J (Undo, from Liverpool, Apr l-lii
Tho hark Alden Uee. Taptslu Frllx,
dropped In this inomlnp 14 day from Bun
branolxco with a general cargo.
Tho UIk dlxoharKcd cargo and U om.
IngBUL-Hrut Maliukoim for Ban Fraucixeo
and will probably null on tho 18th.
Tho 4.inaxted nchoonor (J. 8. Holm'x.
Captain Johiiou. arrived thU uinruliw 2d
days from Port Ulakely, with IHO.OoO feet
of lumber for Allen .t Uoblnxon. Pretty
fair passage, no accident.
Thonchooner Itobert Iwcrx, CaptOood
man, sailed this afternoon for Ban Fran
Vi1 ?tix ,,,iuu uuBiaiiBnr shlpiwd by H
Hackfeld it Co. and 202i1iags do. by M. 8.
(Jrlnbuuin it O-i. Domexilo value, i7,03.I..
25. Weight, 1333 tons.
Tho schooner Transit, Capt. Jorgenxen,
nailed yextenloy for San Franelsto with
tho following cargo: 10.1.TJ bag xunar,
Hrewer.tCo.i 5537 bagsHimnr, T. H. Du
vies it Co; weight, 1,070,578 poundxj do
Tho xchoonor Kva, Klltgaard mnxior, ar
rlvcd In ban FramUoo on th 30ih ult.
from Mahukona. making tho round trip in
28 days Balled from Ban Fmnclxeo March
2d, arrived March 13th, dlxchurged cargo,
loaded sugar and xalled from Mahukona
on the 13th, arrived ut Ban Franelceo Mar.
30th A marching trip and hrfak tho
Arrived April I, xtmr Kllattea Hon from
Honolulu; ti, stmr Klnau from Hilo. xtmr
Hwall from Honolulu; 11, stmr Klnau
K!"" '.'"""lulu; 12, Am 4-mnoteil sohr
Dlga, M A Ipnen, ISilaya from Ban Frun
clseo to IlaHiillmi Itallrr ad Co. Consignee.:
K 11 Hind, Hawaiian llallrond tin, Kohiiln
Bugar Co. 8 (1 Wilder ,t Co. Jiiiiioh Kenton.
Cargo: plantation supplies, groceries etc.
IS.s.nirLikel kofrom Honolulu; 10, xtmr
Klnau from llllo.
hallod -April 4, xtmr Kllauea Hon for
I n 11 1 11 L 1 1 11 ,ktit it i... it 1 .. ..
Hiiiuukim ports; H stmr Klnau for ilono
lulu, stmr Hawaii for Hamakiia norts: tl.
spur Klnau for llllo; 13, stmr I.IMiko for
unir ivinau lor llllo; j;j. stmr l.lkellko for
iiainutcioi unit lltln of u..... L-i ..
IIAUKIBOX in this city, April 111, to the
wife of A. Harrli-on.ii koii.
1 reootntnentl Chamberlain's I'ain
Halm for rheumatism, lame back,
sprains ami swellings. There is no
better liniment made, 1 have sold
over 100 bottles of it this your ami
nil were pleased who used it. J. l
norsoii, .druggist, South Chicago,
Jll. It is for sale by oil dealers,
jenson, Smith A: Co., Agents for the
Tho Circuit Court Judges aro ig.
nurcd in statu functions.
XiOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS, !
Tho Count of Monto CriRto.
Tho Kirinu brought only fifty bags
of sugar this trip.
C. Nestor Edison left yestordny
ou tho S. S. China for tho Orient.
There will bo n battalion drill on
Falaco Square to-morrow oveniug.
Thero wore no passengers for tho
Volcano by (ho W. G. Hall this trip.
Twelve tourists roturned by tho
steatnor Kitiau this morning fioin
Less than 10 voters registered to
day. Tho total at close of tho sit
ting was 1007.
Dr. Grossman owns a fino St.
Bernard dog. He has sent it to
A furnished residonce on Bere
tauia street is for reut on applica-'
tion at this ollico.
Dan Lyons' dancing class for gon
tlemen meets at Arion hall this
evening at 7 o'clock.
Tho Mannorchoir Harmony will '
meot in tho Pacific Club to-morrow
evening for practice.
Attention of coal consumers is
called to tho Tagnwa coal for which
G. E. iloardmau is agent. ,
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Wrathor
clear, wind frosh uorlheast. Four
masted schooner coal laden off port.
Customs officers annuo themselves
filling up skippers of vesols with
stories about tho "roUuu royalists."
Dr. K. A. Lundy ha gone to
Yokohama where ho intends to In-,
calo. Tho doctor loft on tho S. S. I
V. Jas. Smith has resigned the '
ollico of Secretary of tho Hoard of
Education after an incumbency of
'2i years. '
Harry Saylor was sentenced to
pay a fine of $V) in the District
Court to-day for running a gamb- .
ling joint on Hotel street.
Minister Willis visited tho U.S.
flagship Philadelphia this afternoon,
receiving a salute of fifteen gnus on
Tho 1. G. baud plaved for tho
edification of tho "warriors" on the
Executive building grounds this
The candidates for tho cotistitu .
tional convention nom uated on '
Kauai aro V. II. Hice, G. X. Wilcox
mid A. S. Wilcox.
Monte Crito will be pri'ionteil at
tho Opera House to-night by the
Dniloy Stock Company. The curtain
will bo raised at 8 o'clock.
A goodly Hharo of tho proceed of
the roilwuv excursion to Evva this
evening win go to the linitl for lur-
nishiug tho Sailors' Home.
Tho uniform of the P. G. guards
J ttre being tnodo by Chinese tailors.
An array of uniforms can be seen
tlaily in shops along Xuittiuu Mi cot.
I Tho outgoing passengers from I his
port by tho S. S. China yesterday
oveniug were seven European cabin
and 151 Chinese ond Ml Japanese
IT r k 1
j. 1- carter was eiecteu as a can
didate to (ho constitutional conven
tion by Second District Club, de
feating M. A.GonsalveMho nominee
of tho Portuguese, by 81 to (13.
Two lots on the Pearl City penin
sula were sold by J. P. Morgan at
noon to-day to J. J. Williams at $100
each. It is said Jimmy is going to
open a photograph gallery down
The household furniture of A. J.
Carl wright. will 1)0 sold at the resi
dence, Kceaumokti mid Luualilo
streets, at 10 o'clock to-morrow. The
premises wore open for inspect ion
Mrs. E Powell, Miss Jane Came
ron and Miss C. Little, wero passen
gers by tho schooner C. S. Holmes,
from Port Ulnkely to-dny. They are
the guests of Captain Johnson and
intend returning on the same vvsiel.
There will be a moonlight excur
sion to tho Ewn plantation ou the
Oahu railway this evening. The
special train will leave at 7:15
o clock, returning at 10:15 o'clock.
Tickets for tho round trip, seventy
Arthur White, of the Arlington
billiard parlors, left on thu schooner
Kobort Lowers this afternoon for a
two months' vacation on tho Coast.
Ho intondod leaving on the S. S.
China, but was unable to fitiish up
his business in time.
The four Chinamou who wore poi
soncd on Saturday through drink
ing the juice of a wootl hnvo all re
covered. Prof. Lyons will make his
report to the coronet's jury to-morrow
on his examination of 'the con
tents of the btouiachs of the three
men who died.
Thoy Regard Themselves Sold by
Thoir Aruorican Allies.
The Portuguese American League
has dissolved ami Mtvoied all rela
tions with the American League.
Instead of working in harmony, the
Portuguese assert, their allies were
working against them all the time.
They went back on nil their prom
ises, opposing the Portiigue-e at the
lait two (lections. List night A. V.
Peters, vice president of the Port 11
guese American League, tore down
the Portuguese ling while tlm Ameri
can League was in session, giving as
his rwiMin that the ling was too old
and honorable a one to be among
traitors. M. A. (Jonsnlvos received
only t!S Mites, and it is claimed that
not one of theiu came from the
the Portuguese factious are now
all consolidated, and are winking in
harmony with each other. A mass
meeting will be called ou Kitiau
slreot tills uvuuiug,
Two Kauai Decisions -Complicated
Tho will of tho lato (".Mother";
Aseuath C. Green has beeu sent
down from Maui for safe keeping in
tho Judiciary Department. It loaves
tho property, consisting of two par
cels of laud, to Laura C. Green,
daughter, and nominates Goo. C.
Ueckwith as executor without bonds.
A decision of Judgo Hardy of
Kauai has been filed in tho case of
Auima and Awann, doing business
1 under tho nnmo of Nam Chong &
Company, vs. Laukoua. It is an
! action of ejectment baod on leases
of lands belonging to Queen Kapio
lani. Judgment is given for plain
tiffs to recover tho premises for tho
remainder of their term, with $,')U).33
damages and their costs. Magoou
and Kinney for plaintiffs; Hartwell
Another decision sent up by Judgo
Hardy is on a batch of iutorwoven
suits as follows:
1 1. L. Madeiros vs. Manocl Uod
rigues (Jnrdin), to recover a red cow
of tho value of $15; judgment in
District Court for plaiutilT, and ap
peal to Circuit Court dismissed on
tho ground that tho tender of $20
in lieu of bond) was not made with-
it tho proper tint".
2. Suit for $100 damages by Ma
deiros airalnst Kodriirucs: forflleual-
ly taking tho cow, and depriving
plaintiff of her milk to the value of
$3(1; for putting him to great trou-
1 ble, otc. $50; for value of calf, $10.
The Disfrict Court dismissed tho
case because tho summons was not
made returnable within ten days.
I This judgment was reversed by (no
Circuit Court, and tho case remand-
I ed to tho District Court for trial.
! 3. Maria Jardin, a minor, bv hor
father. Manocl Itodriguos Jardin, o
I next friend, vs. L. Madeiros, to ro
cover a red cow. with damages of
$o0. To make a long story short, as
Ulnckstono would say, defendant in
Xo. !1 Madeiros takes tho cow. tho
Court deciding that tho matter was
made rr.i iiiljmUrala by tho decision
of the loner Court in eao Xu. I,
from which no appeal was properly
made. Kosa for plaint ill; llnrlwell
W. A. Kinney and A. G. M. Hob
ertsou go to Maui this evening ou
tho famous Wailuku water right
ADMIUAIi WAIiKER RECEIVED.
Ho Pays Ills Rospocts to tho Presi
dent and Minlstors.
1 This forenoon Hear Admiral John
! G. Walker, commanding the Pacific
station, was presented to President
Dole in the executive chamber, (ho
gold room of the former royal palace.
Hon. A. S. Willis, United States
Minister Plenipotentiary, did the
presentation. The Prosidout was
attended bv Major Potter, his aide-de-camp,
who ushered in tho visitors,
and aiding iu the reception were
Chief Justice Jtidd ami Associate
Justices liickertou and Fn-ar; F. M
Hatch, Minister of Foreign Affairs;
S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance,
and W. F. Allen and D. I). Smith,
members of tho Advisory Council.
Tho President's military staff as
commander-in-chief was iu at
tendance, comprising Lieutenant
Colonel J. H. Fisher, acting com
mandant, Major Pratt, Capts. Hall
and tiartenberg, and Surgeon Coop
or. The Admiral was attended by
his aide and his secretary, Limits.
Staunton mid Wood respectively.
There wero no formal speeches.
Fifteen minutes were spoilt by the
visitors iu sociable conversation with
the President and party. The guards
(ita 1 no honors outside, aided by tl
band, which nlnyed "Star Snamrh
RETURNS THE VISIT.
National Qnluto to thu President by
President S. I). Dole returned the
visit of Admiral John G. Walker this
afternoon, accoinpauied by Ministers
Damon and Hatch, Chief Justice
Jtidd, Associate Justice Hickerton,
Major Potter and Colonel Fislior.
Tho president was received with a
salute of twenty-one guns both on
arriving 011 board ami leaving the
cruiser, the Hawaiian fiag being (lis
played at the maintop, beside the
Admiral's Hag. There was quite a
crowd ou tho city front watching
the proceedings. A detachment of
marines on II. M. S. Champion
honored the party with presuming
Our better halves say they could
not keep house without Chamber
lain's Cough Kotnedy. It is used iu
more than half the homes in Leeds.
Sims Hros., Leeds, Iowa. This bIiowh
the esteem iu which that remedy is
held where it tins beeu sold for years
and is well known. Mothers have
learned that there is uothiug so good
for colds, croup mid whooping
cough, thai il euros thc.o ailments
(piickly and permanently, and that
it is pleasant and safe for children
to take. '2' and 50 cent bottles for
sale by nil dealers. Henson, Smith
A; Co., Agents for the Hawaiian
deiK'K 'on KiTutaui.i
"net, for either family or
single geutlMiiiiin. T.'rim
modi-rate, lor iitrilc tiliira
appl) at this
A Business Proposition
lli'iiru-i' V I Inciiln, who Ims lii'i-n imIiiIi-ll-hi'd
in llniK'Inlii fur Injcura hi
Builder and Contractor,
WI-Iid- .i n,inii'ti uiih thu hiird Umii'i
and h givr to tli- niii' if tlm l'in lit liy
liiriii-'iln ilii'in uitli liniid work at luw
in n'i - for ni ut i anli. Ymi ranniil allnrd tn
li'i ur piuin pi In ruin (nr thu want nl
ri1 ..il'-. M . I.ini'ii n will K'luranti'r oiitla
(ami I'litri'iiin tlm Kaniatiina.
GEO. W. LINCOLN,
lhn.1 tl !li Kliifj mnul
l!i'iry dm'ripUonoJOH Vf.V'i'.VW
done ill the IJulHtn Oilier.
BIO HAUL OF GAMBLERS.
Thirty-one Che Fa Flayers Captured
, by Strategy
I Senior Captain Andrews, Lieuten
ant Holi, Officers Kaapa, Lokaua,
' K ahelo and Mitchell stationed them
selves amongst the taro patches at
Auwaiolimti, in the rear of Captain
Mclutyro's residence, early this
morning, to await a favorable oppor
tunity to pounco on a cho fa bank,
which has gained considerable no
toriety recently. It was the rulo to
open the bank at a o clock, and the
vicinity ttsod to bo crowded with
people at tl o'clock. This morning
was no exception to tho rule. The
officers in ambush watched tho usual
crowd wending thoir way to tho batik. J
At the usual time tno uatiK opened
and tho gamesters wero given about
half an hour, to allow the game to
got iu full swing. At an appointed
signal tho officers jumped out and
surrounded tho gang, displaying
pistols and clubs. The gang wero J
taken oy surprise and wero marched
to tho street, boforo they know what
was up. At tho Station they were
searched and cho fa tickets, besides
$18 in small coin, wero (akou from
thoir pockots. Thirty-one wero
charged with playing cho fa, a game
by which money is lost and won.
Thli it All.
Tho Advortisor will have to ask
the lady who was at tho head of tho
Hawaiiau booth what iuuuendo she
ond hor associates found in its ro
mark. This paper was asked through
(ho (oletthoiie to take notice of whnL
was doomed offensive by thorn. The
request was complied with in a way I
doomed proper to enable our con-1
temporary to find out for itself, if '
no offense waa intended, tho reason
lor otienso being taken.
Tho Tngnwn Conl Miuo is
locntcd iu Fukuoku Kun in
the lalniifJ of Kiiinlnii, Japan,
and was discovered about
twenty yeai-H ago. It was
owned by the government
and mined simply for the
Great improvement how
ever, wero made wince it was
sold to a corporation about
six years ago, by importing
mining machinery from Eu
rope and America.
Tngnwn Coal is used more
than all other Japanese coals
iu the following countries:
China, Manila and Strait'
Settlements. It has found
its way even to Bombay.
Two cargoes have been
imported into the Hawaiian
Islands recently, and it has
no superior iu this market as
stove or hteam coal.
G. B. BOARDMAN,
Sole Agent for K. Ogurn &
Do not be fooled this
year, the owners and
trainers of fine htock
- should have the very best
quality of feed for their
hows. The only place
for such it the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Office & Wakkiioukk:
Corner Queen and Nuiianu
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Import and Sell Wholesale and
- Al.l, KIS'IlS OK
J OFIt STOCK l. (IMI'I.BTK.
Wi unt iti rintiiMH' In tin
Mfc- Olllfi and Kili'inoiui t'linmr nl
Furl and .Mrielmiit ktrtit".
IIUl.l.IbTKIt A CO.
Mr. A. IT. Alien
20 Miles from a Doctor
But Mood'o Sarsaparilla was
Equal to tho Emorgoncy
Pleurisy, dillln and rcver UUk
Leg Perfect Cure.
"After my baby wis born I cot Into rery lerl
oui condition, harliiR ptcurlty, clillta at.d few.
gradually developing Into milk Its. We lire 20
mile from a pliyiMan and did not know what
to do. llnnlly nf irr i crrnt denl of nf rr
! I began to tiko flood' Far.iiarlll and
when I was mlng the third bottle I could leu
It Was Doing Mo Cood.
I continued vtlth another bottle, and rrcoTartd
10 rapidly that now I am la cd heallfc. I
Hood's ex. Cures
cordially recommend It as a Rood medlclae."
Mas. A. ?l. AM.t.v, IVrry, Wnsiilntfon.
Mood's Plllo euro nirLlTeT llli, ltlllou
Me, Jnundlie, liidl;eJllou, SlrU Ueadailie.
H01IKON, NKWMAN ,V CO.,
Agents tor Itaunilttti Islinnls.
'PO I.BT ON
JL tanla ultvet
TWO NICKI.Y KUI1
X llllu'd Itootns I
(Ifiitlenu'ii at No, I (Inrd
T1IOSB VKIIY IHIIt
A nhlo Senld" I'lchil-ri.
atWnikikl lifloitKlng in JI
K. 1'iHir. I nr inriiotilnrs
r on. hk.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VAI.UAIII.i: I'll.l'BS OK
I iiiijirovi-d l'roivriv, hx-iu-d
In ilill-Ti-nt 1'iirt id tlio l lt. of
IIiiiiiiIiiIii; all Ifiriiiilni. A'iily
(or (nil iM'tli-iilnii, l.i
llltlVK A- A. J. I'AltTWItlOllT.
CiorrAtiK to i.i:r on
J rmivhlHinl Ktnt't, at
rarn( Or. 1'mih' ir'iiiiM",
ItO'L'tiiiila Stri-vt. A 1 1 1 ' In
limn mi nri'inl.e nr I'lirllli-
nl KIiik mid Ntiiiuiiii Slrtftx.
-.Mh. i wi nun ju i .i1
O lEiHtfii-imriiriiUli..! .V'J-.S
i" t t I I Vtt Iflll Mil
ir-fi-rnsl mid Hoard with
mi Knullsh (iinillv. AM-
. V" " . L.1KP ftb-
ilrem "0. I.," llruiTiN OHu-i
rUlTTAOB TO I.BT ON
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V nuiiiii .tirvii imt: iimii'n i,, .
inini iiiir-itcar, an iihkiihii iVJiiif.i,.
liiiirnvriiMiiit, iihn 1 turn . ait--yiija
Kliihlvii und ScrvnntV lln'iin. Ai'tily to
N S. SACliH.
lUVK Kurt rIk-iiI.
IOIt hl. MO.NTIIh
(nun J mil' I, IS 'I, at a
very low rent to an n
iirnviHl iftiimt. my liuii-o
un KIiiiiii Ktrit, niii' milit friini tin' i'n
ili:. TIiitu urn :t 1'iilitli! Itnnm- and -1
lli'driiiiiiiH ii all tho tiniiiil iiiinvt'iitviiiM'..
ltW7 l( ItOllT. CilTO.N.
X n-rty kiinwn n tlm
"l'aty I'miiiUoi," hitii.itud
on Niiiiiinu Aviiine. next
ailjulnliii; the ri-nidciu n( Mr K. I'. Ill--
imp. I lie llnil-i' IhIIIK iuontirlrK nn
tiling Six l.iirp' Iti-drnniiif, l'arlur, HiIiIukI
ItiMim, Kitrhun with (-i'I ItuiiKc, i antrj.
t'ii , and Ituthrni'iu mi iiii'h tliHir. TIh-i-ii-tin'
hnin li llnhti'il with rli-i-irli'lly 'Ihi'
(iriiiiuiln arn lurui; an 1 - n t : I n man' v.i'l' -tint
(it Shadu and Fruit Tn-n-. To a Mi", r
iililii Imiant thu iruii-ity Mill Ik let ai
rvaM'iiuliln renin'. Kmiiiliu (
F. W. MAi FAIII.ANB.
tri-lni I'iiIiiii Fnil I'o 'h nillu
Desirable -.- Residence
'pill. UNDBIIhliiS'BIt OKI- Kits i-'uii
1 calf that lilratiii Ur-I lo'u-" mi Ka
iiinlaiil airi-i't, ii' i J 'iintm' ill.- ui.iii HUM uf
('. .Ioliiiun. I'. i 1 lit- i.i.i lino a Iriintijn
n( ahum tut di'i fin Kiiiiiilniil trvni and
U (rum I t:t In IM ( it ! .-1 I h rr U a iii'H
iilidi-xi'i'ii'llni;)) Wil -Iniilt DukIIiiih House
on thu iruiiirty rniitalnliiK ljii;r I'urior,
DliiliiU-ruiiin, I II' iro.inii lluth, Klti'lit'ii
and Pantry l' -vend Hail, Whin Vi-muda-,
Carriiim' ilnn-i', uill", ctii., i-to 'I hi
KriMiii'lMiru uili-itru m'I mid (.lantt'd with
Fruit nut HhiIh lr
IW Thi' I'li'Mitiiiii r 'iinii.'ui N mi im
iilnlnHMcil vlisrt (nun Ulaiunud lli'.id in 'In
Wnluiian Miiiinlnliii. lnti'iuliiii; nur hnr
ca i liiMit'i't iirt'inlii i mi iiiiiilh ai inn iu
luu-jw J.h. F. Mt.llUAN.
FOR SALE !
A d'W Chnli'fi Piiiil(" (or -all' (nun IVdi
i;ri'i'il KiiH'k. A'hlri
W. I! l.fWIh.
UO Iu III i I I IIS llllli'i'.
I rpnBWBj.,.K.N(WS W.i.l KF It lt-
1 Imr, 'riiiiiuiiH I'. Itni'hl rl, Ii I-luki n
till' O'lrru iri"t ""IliiVUK I'.irlnr- II. Ij" II-
IntC lliiilai'o A I'u., mIuti' a n I I'linn
i riliiivi1 enn ln hud fur 1 1 rntn. Hair I'm
itu'liidud (nr 'J- ('mil- tl'li tin
neiir Mil- i,5eja
Vli IIW'F. AI'I'illSTI.il Mil. tl l;
ll'Uiiilnmii .niii iij;. nl Inr all ill niir
t'n.ilii, mi i it'tl Irnui thu ri'lrlirntti.l Tauavwi
K. 0(1 Ult A .V UO
lluiKilitlil, April '.', IVH. WMI
3ST- S. SACHS
tsao Fort Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment 1 Lowest Prices 1
NAINSOOKS In Plain, Striped, Che.dci and Plaids.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM, OltADES AND PKIC'Kri.
IH.MIT1KS In Striped, Check., I'lnlds and Hair l.lne..
INDIA LINOXS, IJATISTB AND COTTON CHAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CKEAM AND ECRU.
IM.MKN&K VA1UKTY OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
1:MIIU0II)I:I!Y r.noiNUS In SwI.s. Nalns.Kik and Hambtirii. In
All Width- with Inwrllng to Match.
All-uvor Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Deni Fl-maces.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
513 Robinson Block, Hotel Street,
iNKNT TO OIIDWAY A- I'OKTKIt,
Stock Must be
f I Wll.t. SBI.I. OfT MY KNTIIIB STUCK, CnNSISTINO OK
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
j Men's and Boys Suits, Etc., Etc.
! 3C3r It impossible for me to mention nil the Articles
'and 1 Vices I
, SAM5 COMMENCES ON
Monday, March 19.
PLEASE GIVE MK A CALL!
Stock Must be Sold on Hay 1st.
I have been instructed by Mn. ,1. M. dk Sa k Sii.va,
proprii'ttirof the Hawaiian- .Japaxksk Bazaaii, Hotel street,
to sell his stock of JAPANKSK (JOOI)S. Also, a bi as
sortment of .JA1WNKSK PAPER NAPKIN'S will behold
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS !
IIAVINO CON('I.IM)BI) TO
HOi.lw YOU CAN U II V THEM AT I'HIUKS
AWAY BELOW COST.
B. F. BIIXJBie.S &b CO.
CI I AS. I1USTACE,
IMI'OKTEH AND OKA LEU II.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Batter and Island Butter
10- ALWAYS ON HAND rj
Kew Ciods Ktcelved by Every
r;Iihttu!u!'l!irily ",U""' '"'
I.imoi.n Hmk-k. Ivtvo Stio-ct,
ilOI'll TBI.KI lluNBs -jiij -
Ill Ij'OUT STKKKT.
Iniporlcrs. Wholesale & Retail (imerj.
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Frosh Goods by Every California Steamer.
ICE - llor.SE - (JOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Numin Otu.rus Siuiiitmi J0 gT Satiskaction Goarantkeh.
II. K. JlclxrYKE & BKO.,
IHI'llliTL'IM M1 IIKALK1I.S IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Si' ilno-U lli.'...v.'. I.) .v..r Parkin (r Hi,. Biun.ru State, and Kuwh-.
KHICSII - CAUI-'OUNIA - I'HODL'OB IIY - BVEKY STKAMKU.
All Ordvr laithdiltt atli'iidtd In ttiut lin.l Dellvrri.l In miv
I'.irt nl tin. tltj. FIIBB. r,,rpm' ""
ULANU DHIUCHS SoLIUITru. SiTUrAOTION Gt'AMiNTWD,
KAKT i;0llM:it KOII I AMI KlStKbTUKKTB,
for White Goods
Sold on May 1st.
CI.OSB OUT THIS LINE OF
v o. iiox un
Steamer from San Francisco.
SutU,rtLt," PM. Mat.,1
Hkt. Fuht ash Ai.akka Stiiekts.
P O. IIOX JU7
-p. o. iiox us