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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KUO.M AND AKTKIt JUNK I. INK).
To Kwa Mill
11. H. A. I).
A.M. r.M. P.M. P.M.
.Hi4F 1:15 l:.-V) 4:10
. .tii.tu 2t3u stio S:9U
..0:67 2:57 5:3H (1:22
Leave Honolulu . .
I live 1'rnrl Clly..
Arrive Kwa Mill...
U. D. It. A.
AMt AtM rM r.M
Uave Kwa Mill 0:21 10:4.1 3:43 5:12
Leave Pearl City 0:53 11:16 4:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55 0:4.1
A. Saturdays only.
0. Hundavs excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
S!u ginilij gUUtin.
THURSDAY, AP1UL 2(5, 1UIL
Tni'MUtv, April ').
Htmr Iwalanl from Kauai
Htmr l'clo from Makaurcll
Htmr I.lkellkp from Maul
Sclir Mury K KoMcr from Kauai
Bohr Haleakala from Maul
Tiu'hmiay, April 20.
Htmr talma for I'aauhau, Kukalau and
Oukala lit 4 m
Vosaala leaving To-morrow.
How bk Andrew Weleh, Drew, for sati
1- rn nc I mo
Httnr W (I Hull for Maul and Hawaii
OarKooa from Island Port.
Htmr I'elc 3'JJO ik- ugar.
Htmr l.lk!llkc 82i.nl ba(i Utar.
dimr Iwalanl 111) liana i-us-ar, J bultiH-kn.
Kroni Kiiual, )r i-tmr Iwiiliuil, Ap'd .11
Mr r V Melor. child and rervmit, An
ton 'miii nnd wife, Dr Waller, C II Sut
ton, E V Hull iuid2 dock.
The schooner Join U Htanfuril Ik tll
charging at the Kurt Ktreet ivbarf.
Two lallurs of the hark lleipcr tie mrt d
ber tit tlila port, continently she bad to
The Hteamer Iwalanl a1ul nchixmer Marv
K. Toiler nni dlehnriliiK their earKoe if
Mij-ar Into tin H. S. Aimtrulla.
The hark Andrew Welch received her
full caro of uar thin afternoon. The
l.lkellke hmuKlu a lil cnnliiiiiniit fur
hr. Shu will leave to-morrow for Man
GUILTY OF ASSAULT.
Tho Man Who Pushed a Woman out
of the Window.
Tho oviilonoo In tho Kattipiit n
enult eno was continuutl iu tho Dis
trict Court yostorclny nftornoon.
Eyowltuosjos tostiliod to having soon
tho dofcuilaut buying tho cakes ami
demanding extra uhnngo. Ho wont
away and roturuod with a flro-chntn-borod
revolver. After threatening
pooplo iu tho store and nssaulting u
Chiiintnau ho ninhed upstair nnd
pushed tho woman out of tho win
dow. The District Magistrate fouud
Kaaipia guilty and soiitnncod him to
two months' imprisonmuut at hard
labor and bo fined $1.
The prisonor is to bo tried on a
charge of assault and battery on a
Chinese employee of tho store.
HO WELL'S PET AGAIN.
It Take Another Tumble and goes
For tho past few days tho Govern
ment pilo driver kuowu as "Howell's
pot" has been doing good work at
the old Cuntotn Houso wharf, whoro
J. Ouderkirk is ougaged with a gaug
of men. At 5 o'clock yostorday after
noon the tuon quit work aud tied
tho pilo driver up to the wharf as
they thought safely. When they
appeared this morning tho top of
tho driver was on tho wharf ami tho
engino was under water. "HowoH'h
pot" had taken a tumble to itself
somo time last night during the
wind storm and capsized. This in
tho third time tho pilo driver lias
Bono undor wator and it probably
will not bo tho last.
An American Success.
The Amorican molo-dramatic writ
ers have not as yet conceived any
thing bettor than "The Shadows of
a Great City," aud it contiuues to
reap a rich harvest season after otm
son. For some time past Ai-niu
Ward Tifl'auy has starred in it as
Biddy Uonnn very successfully
throughout tho United States, while
tho inaiiagorH of all big custom drntu
atic companies must use it at least
once a year. Tho upocial Hennery re
quired for its production has been
constructed ami is in perfect work
f,ng order. Tho east calls in service
all the members of tho company,
ami, judging iroin the overyila
characters they are to portray," will '
furnish a strong bill to close their1
second successful week's Slav iu this !
city. ' I
1 recommend Chamberlain's Tain
Halm for rheumatism, lane back,
sprains ami swellings. Thcru is no
butter liniment made. 1 hae miM
oyer 100 bottles of it this ear and
all were pleasetl who used It. .1. !"
I'iiirson, druggist, South Chicago,
ill. It is for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith A; Co., AuiiU for the
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Kapiolntii Park track is iu a
tine condition at present.
Tho"sojer lads" will give a ball at
the drill shod this evening.
The Hawaiian Ten ami Coffee Co.
mot yesterday to henr reports.
Anton Cropp, manager of Koloa
plantation, mid wife are in town.
A cottage Is wanted about Bereta
ilia stroot boyoud Thomas Square.
Mm, F. W. Meier of Koloa, Kauai,
was a passenger by the Iwalatii this
James Bounott'a case has gotio
over until tho 27th lust., in the Dis
Mrs. Gan.s will give a lecture in
Knwniahao Church at 8 o'clock to
Tho Bureau of Information meet-1
ing was postponed from yesterday,
until next week.
Miss Mary Kiuimaka Loleo cele-1
brated hor twentieth hirt Inlay with
a luau on Tuesday evening.
"Shadows of a Great City" will bo
tho second bit: scenic production by
the Dailey Company .Saturday even
A Columbia bicycle was found on '
Mount Tantalus this morning. Own
er can have same by applying at
this ollice. i
Mrs. F. M. Bates will score an '
emphatic comedy hit Saturday oveu-'
ing as Biddy Itotinn, an Irish boat
woman, in "Shadows."
A valunble collection of books '
will bo put up at auction to-morrow i
morning at 10 o'clock, at his dales-'
room, by Jas. F. Morgan.
Senior Captain Andrews has about i
recovered from an attack of rliiMitnn- j
lisin occasioned by n fall from his .
horse reported in this paper. i
TtVO Chilinmotl ivnm miiilniu.uil l
one month's imprisonment each iu
tho District Court to-day for having
opium unlaw fully in possession.
From prcMMit indications, "Ham
let" will be the choicoof the Shakes
pearian M'hohirs, in preference to
Baker's "Francesca De Itiniini."
There will bo a great gathering of
Odd Fellows at Harmony Hall,
King street, this evening to cele
brate the loth anniversary of the
Order in the United Slates.
Matinee prices have been placed
at ftiiiiitt Nl cents Tor "l'i.ckss Bad
Boy" with Josephine (lasman as
tho tulschietous urchin ami W. I.
Dailey as the German grocer
James Bennett alia Bos'n Ben
passed the Bci.i.utin ollleo at 10 '
uuiut-K mis uioriiiiig going (ownril
Richards street between two police
men. Ho was probably looking up
hewis J. Levey will mil two lots
at Kapiolntii Parle belonging to H.
F. Poor at ill o'clock on .Monday
next. This is a chance that does not
occur often of becoming possosed
of a seaside retreat.
Ktim Wuii, the Chinese bandit, is
still iu Oaliu Jail ami is being
watched night and day by guards.
His recent attempt in jnil to com
mit suicide has caused Jailor Low
to double precautious.
A special meeting of the Flower
Mission will beheld ou Fridav after
noon, at a o'clock, iu the Y. M. C. A.,
to decide on the disposition of the
funds so generously contributed bv
the ladies of the "Feast of Nations.''
It is earnestly requested that each
member of the society will be pre
sent. The Schuetzen club pretty nearly
"split" the other evening." Some
thing was brought up which tho
majority of tho members would not
agree to carry. At a special meet ing
on Wednesday evening tho differ
ence wns amicably hottled. The club
will put up H. II. Kleuiiue as an in
On Tuesday morniiiL', during tho
excitement which prevailed when
Bos'n Bon was arrested on the city
front, a bucketful of ashes anil
something else went over the Ewa
fliuVof tho S. S. Australia into a
skiff iu which wa seated a foreigner.
An eyo-witnesH saw tho man row
over to the Fishtnarkot wharf, ami
jump ashore. The report that
another white man had been ar
rested for smuggling opium eman
ated from tho incident.
LOST HER FORKTOPMAST.
Tho Polo Moots With an Accident
in the Ghanual.
The steamer Pole. Captain Peter
son, arrived fiom Makawoli, Kauai,
about uoou to-day, with her foretop
mast gone, She looked pretty well
battered up. Inquiry elicited the
information that the Polo lim .
porienced extremely bad weather
during this last trip. She had load
ed with JUCitl Imgi. of sugar at Maka
woli aud loll Monday for Honolulu
during the lioi.-toiou weather. On
Tuesday morning while I lie steamer
was in tint channel, foutteuii houm
out, her fnretoiimast carried away
and she put back to. Makawoli, arriv
ing there in m liotuV time. Turn
porary nqinirs were mad" aud ou
Wednesday morning alio left again,
arriving lien- as staled, in thirty
three liouin. Early tins morning
the skylight in t lie ealiiu wa Munh
"d by a hea.v sea. The Vle will
probably la up now until a new
mast ha been put in.
ll will bo an agreeable surpt ise lo
persons subject to attacks of bilious
colic lo h-.irii that pioiupi mhof
ma bo had by taking Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrlma Item
i'ih. Iu many iii-tuiicos tin. attack
iua be ir'i,itei b tnkim this
t -1 1 1 - I u 'hi ii the (iil lll
iniiis of I Lu ilixriii'- appear 'Jh and
it) cent botllos ur nttlo by all deal
ers. ItoiiMiii, hmilh Co., Agents
or ihu llawailau Ulaudi
I PROVISIONAL LEGISLATURE.
Rogulnr General Session of the Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
Tho regular weokly session of tho
Executive and Advisory Couucils
met at 1:10 o'clock this after
noon. President Dolo presided, with
him being present: Ministers Hatch,
King, Damon aud Smith; Council
lors Wilder (Vico-Prosideut), Einino
lutli, AlleiijWaterhouse, Brown, Ena,
Tenner, Nott, Mendonca, Morgan,
Sulir, Bolte and D. B. Smith.
Secretary Ilodgers aead tho min
utes of last meeting.
The reading took It) minutes ow
ing to tho iucluoion of the items of
the Appropriation Bill and the mo
tions and tho votes thereon.
Mr. Brown moved to reconsider
tho item iu tho Appropriation Bill
of .?I200 for tho shorthand reporter
of the Judiciary Department. '
Mr. W flfnr1imi.il rituml llm ,...:. .4 i
of order that a reconsideration hav
ing already been had ou tho bill,
another m ition to reconsider was
Minister Smith believed a single
item could be reconsidered, but such
a practice at this stage was objec
tionable. The President ruled tho motion
Mr. Tenney made tho motion as
one who had voted lu tho majority
and, it passing, Mr. Brown moved to
ro.toro the item to $1800, tho
amount in theoriginnl bill. Carried.
Minister Damon presented the
weekly financial statement as fol
lows: Kiwmc mi, 8r.TiK:T iom Tiir. Wr.tK
KmiISH Al'll.l, 2.", l-c.il.
Current account halatwe April
IS, I5ll $ 2it,:w2 tw
Kti'tiri". """" """
lloviTiiincnt rpallintlou. . .
'I nx'. . . , .
Sale of flovcmini'itt bend.
I III W
I U7J ,
Total tri'iiitry haltitn'e a above
lliirunuot Public Works
Itond taxes to ix-ciil Iothi
SoIiih)I taxi" tu fpechil Ji-iHidt
Kxvn0K ),.'icliiK lean, 1"'..I.
I'll) lliflit under Section 2
t'urreiit Ait-mint, lliilarice
$ 2 0,3.1) 52
OiitMmi'llnj; I ion, I . .$,7 4,-joii
Trmiiry note . .. lo.uuu
Due I'. f. Hunk and I'. M. M.
P. ,. U4XK M,.Mlli
Notice IhN ibitv of with-
drnunln maturliii; April,
May mid Jiiiih, lSiil.. t 3'l 177 ua
I'ub on baiiil 1 1,117 07
I'llOVlBlON H. UOVtNMMKM VKWII.
, lvicnc I'rovlilniiiil (ij.vtrn-
lilellt to date m J20,."1-!!
. Till-iiinoiint i'ih'it- all cx-ii-e Inclinl
1 lii military.
mkmo rHii i rnrvciiv.
Oitt-tiiiiilliim'crlllkilii ,II2.ihi txi
I t'nsb In trcn-iiry to r.ilcmii till
1 imtliiliiliiccrllllciiic . .112,000 00
I'li-h mi hand I'o-tnl KitviiiK"
I , Hunk .... .$ 17,107 07
llnlmici' to credit of 2i) Itond
i ItuiiriN In rrca-iirv 2s,l7,i .M
lliibiuee to eredlt of r-chool
Ibunl in i'ri'itMiry 7,017 IS
Aviilblble oub, uiirrent no-
count ... 22",20l 02
' f 310, llHl II
, Due current nee unt from ad-
vn11e11910l11.u1 fund .. an.oil 20
Due current account from ud
vuncci to Postal o.ivIiik
llm.k n.Tul 20
Klwtrlo I.IkIh Itepalr, etc
Minister Damon referred to a
statement in "that very influential
journal the Bltli:tin" that tho coun
try was going to ruin on account of
an expenditure of $f)177 l'J out of
borrowed money. Now that amount
was made up of the following items:
brcdi;iik' Hn olulii harbor.
.$ 4'. .'-I
iirhlpi Wnllua, Kauai
I'mchufe kul, an.i- ut lper .Settle
ment New wharves and sea wull, Itouu
New kcro-uue wandiiiiiM.
Ililo ni.tr Work.
If expenditures of these kinds wuro
sending the country to ruin thou all
ho could say was that ho wanted to
go with it.
Minister Smith reported from the
Judiciary Commit too against grant
ing a pardon to E. Dovauchello. serv
ing six mon t lis in prison for opium 1
smuggling. Also recotnmouding that
Thomas McOilllu, who served a sen
tence for receiving stolon mouey, bo
restored to his civil rights. Adopted.
Minister Hatch resiu'tiod tho chair
manship of the Judiciary Commit-
tee, ami Mr. Brown was appointed
iu his stead.
Minister Smith introduced bills to
amend the habeas corpus act, the
law relating to jurisdiction of Cir
cuit Court Judges, ami the law re
lating to the smuggling of opium.
The lant is to reduce the minimum
term of impriMinmoiit from six
months to one mouth, also to amend
tlie protixioi.s for the sale of confis
cated opium, m that the informer
shall lie paid $1 a pound instead of
half t lie proceeds, and that the Board
of Health may iu its discretion do--tro
Mr. Eiiiineluth called attention
to Hie lecoilllliemlat ions of the com
mitteo ou reorganization of the
Board of Education adopted by the
Councils Mituu time ago. Ho wanted
f hno iho proposal legaiding the
sale of school liooks ami material
Minister Smiili thought the mat
tern iu qiloMiou should bo rofoi It'll
in the Boatd of E 'ucatiou.
Mi. Brown agieed witli the Mill
Mi. Eiiiineluth said the intention
was economy, as the Government
paitl more for supplies thau private
1 dvalur could gut thum for.
Minister Smith moved to refer the
report to tho Board of Education
', Minister Hatch asked the author
ity of tho Councils for military ex
peuditures according to list submit
ted. including cloth, caps, button,
leggings, bullets, powder, etc., tin
total price being .2.'HX
The President stated that after
receiving the requisition he referred
it back to Col. Fisher for careful
scrutiny. The items submitted uow
were all necessary for tho equipment
of the men.
Mr. Emmeluth considered the
quality of the cloth should bo stated.
Leggings could be got cheaper than
listed on board tho American war
ships. Mr. Brown asked if all the things
Tho President answered that Col.
Fisher assured him they were.
Mr. Euimelulh asked what the
leggings were for.
Tho President replied that the
wore to protect the men's trouor
in bad weather.
Mr. Waterhouso moved to refer
the matter to the military commit
tee. Tho President answered that it
was nocesary to forward the oder
by tho out -going steamer.
Mr. Waterhouso wondered whv
these requisition camulu just before
tho steamer sailed and rushed
through without full investigation
Tho President explained that the
requisition had come iu bofore the
departure of Col. Sopor but wos re
ferred back for further examiuatioi',
Mr. Brown seconded the motion
te. refer to committee, accepting
with the mover a condition that the
committee should report to tho Ex
ecutive to-morrow, fo.r it to take ac
tion in its discretion. Carried.
Tho Appropriation Bill for salaries
and pay rolls was thou taken up to
complete its consideration ou third
reading. Minister Damon stated
that an increase of $07,(580 hntl boon
made on the total of the original
bill, bringing it up to $1,(518,018.
Iho bill finally passed as a whole.
The second reading of the Chi
nese bill was taken up at 5:A) p. in.,
when our report for t hi issue closes.
Dancing and Lnuguagos.
Mrs. Edwards-Moore, who arrived
by the Arawa, puriioses to start
classes in Honolulu for instruction
iu dancing and in modern languages.
She has high testimonials addressed
to foreign consuls and all concerned
from such personages as Sir Henry
Pnrkes, tho veteran statesman of
Now South Wales, Sir Chnrles Win
deyer, a jurist of the same country,
ami Mr. Carter, Hawaiian Consul at
Seattle. Mrs. Etlwards-Moore is
staying at the Eagle House, where
.lie will bo glad to answer all in
A COI.l'Mim l.ttlllT KOAIXTKH
on Punchbowl till mornliiK. Owner
can hi vn sm by proving pruport) ami
pnyliitf reward. Apply at till, iitucv.
Dl'UISfl MY AllbKSrr.riUi.MTHK
Hawaiian Malid, Mr. II lxie
will net for me under (ower of attorney
grunted to him by me.
I'- l. MKIUIKIt.
Honolulu, Apill 20, lv!i. InllKIt
IN TIIK NKKIIlltoit
1 IiimmI uf lleretaiila Mnet,
beyond Timlin Hipuire, a
CiittaitK with Kour or l'ivi.
llooil-Miieil 1(1101114. AiMre-- "M. " IliN
Ollice JOIS 3t
SMALL COTTAGE TO LET.
A NICKI.YI rtTKDiOT
XV tiiKe with Maine,
room, lied room and Huth,
unliable fur it ttlnuli. ....nil,,.
man. App y ou the pre iiiIm So. 10 l.niina
I. 0.0. F.
1 I.I. MKMIIKUH )! TDK INDKPKN
XV iii:m OiiiiKR or Oim l''KM.ins, resi
dent here, and all sojourning llretlucn
and their fniiilllei., are eordl.illy invited to
attend tint Hi'Venty llfth Aimlver-arv l.'ulo
bratlon of the Order. Til In Criiiir-dayl
hVl-NINtl, April , Is'.M, at S o'clock, at
Harmony Hull, KIiik street.
I0ls.lt INVITATION fOM.MlTIKK.
1I.AIM8 AOAINKT TIIK I.ATK AN
J tonlo Munteiio, duce.Hed. of Hono
lulu. Oaliu, in u-t bit procnteil to the nn
derrlL'iieil duly autbonticated within nix
mouths or they will bu forever burred.
. i , . . A- M "iL'i:H.
AdtiiluNlratorof the Kutate oi Antonio
Moutelro, ileeeu ed.
Honolulu, April 2.1, Ibll. 1017 If
Do not In I'ook'd this
year, the owium-h and
trainer." of line Mock
hhotild have the very hent
quality of feed for their
horM'S. The only place
for eUlfll ib the
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
txt- ri;i i. en. a i . i.'i -
DELIVhKY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Oik Kb. A: Wahkihh'sk:
(Jorner (ui'cii and Niniann
V ii:n iioici. iui.i rrMa
; M.-till nnd 1 1 I Hilll Tfv
ln! I'up , alieild) ueuieil. ,f.-h -
Apply ,. .IUvUViS
1 LNTKIIl'ltliL ItA.M II,
lU17-J Wwuluul uuann Valluj.
AT THE OPERA HOUSE.
May Nannary as Star 8cores a
"Forget me-ol" was the play put
on the boards lat night by the
Dailey Stock Company. May" Nan
nary (Mrs. Dailnii acted the title
role with brilliance This character
really carries the play throughout,
aud Miss Nannary kept it up uiih a
sustained power' that won general
admiration. She mad" up elegantly
iu a different costume for each act",
and her tago nniitier wa graceful
and vivacious. Her elocution was
superb, creating a veritable spoil in
the finer passages nnd there ar"
several eloquent flights of social
philosophy in the piece -which end
ed iu bursts of appl uise.
Mrs. Bates, as Mrs. Foley, was i
forceful iu utlerauce and inip'ii"sivi ;
in stage presence as usual, eliciting
hearty plaudits mingled with laugh I
tor iu her diphis of horror at "that )
bad woman." Darnd Vinton, as Sir
Horace Welby, the leading man iu
the play, lost nothing of his pre
viously earned popular favor, acting
his part flawlessly. Genevieve Nan
nary rendered Alice Vernev quite
prottily. Win. Bennett placd Prince j
Maleotte with consummate skill, his
make-up and address both fitting
the character to a dot. Edwin
Lloyd and John Howard sustained
the minor parts with satisfaction. i
There was a medium sized audi i
once that seemed to lie well pleased I
wnii win wnoie periormnuce.
By Lowis J. Lovoy.
Kapiolani Park Lots
The Property of H. F. Poor.
A Rare Cbanc3 to Stcurs a Site for
a Seaside Residence!
On MOXDAY, April :10th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
AT MY S ALjE3SK.OO Vt
l Wll.l. Slil.t. t ci nt.it- Aicriii.x
djoluliiK each other fronting nnthcvu
lieaeh, itiaklnu a plot loo fit i
front uiitl fuel deep,
Thee ,1 have Ik-cii ftreiith Improved
by a tup dre-.liiL' of earih, a wall lo pi.
vent the eiiero:iclimelil of the e i. Mint n
larue place bin-led nut, loiiklim "lie uf the
""'t convenient liilhln plinc In .
nelKhbiirbiNHl: a In kc number of iree have
Oeeii ret out and are urouinu tbrlltllj ,
there Is ul-o a ll.irn, Cook Hiiui-e. -te.. on
1 EltMH CASH ' li.....l.,.i .,- ,,...
Xj-wIh J. Lovoy,
(JNE OF A.MI'.IHCA'S BEST
Suurday Afternoon Matinee, April 28:b:
"PECK'S BAD BOY."
(- Children Will be lldmittetl fur '.-.
Saturday Evening, April 28 b:
Elalxirato priMlueilnu nf the tireat Melu
drama "Shadow of a Great City."
m- N I'l.AYH IIEl'EATEII -
PricoH. - - 50c, 7Cc &t $1.
Advance Side at L. .1. Levej'.-tore,
The Tarawa (,'oal Mine is
located in Fnknoka Ken in
the Inland of Kiiihliui, Japan,
and was dihcoveretl about
twenty years ago. It was
ownetl by the government
and mined simply for the
Great iinprovementr, how-
ever, were made since it was
nw i t i i;ii ill) ii III!) IIIIOUl
1 . .
m. yeiti-. ito, i iv iniporiiiig
iniiiing niaehiiiery from lOn
rope and America.
Tarawa Coal iH n-ed more
than all other Japanese coalo
in the following countries :
China, .Manila and Strait'
Setlleineiith. It ha- found
its way even to Uombay.
Two carrot", have been
nnported into the Hawaiian
. .. I . 1
inillltir I ft linn, llll'l II ini
tio superior in this market as
-tow nr .-team ct ml.
(i. 10. UOAKD.MAN.
s,iie A,,,, for k. o,,a .
"1 lluiiuHnirk '. ai1ili.,.r!e'r,.,ael'fu',
me in till linitter. tehiti i In in) limine-
II llollil ll HimiiiilK III) uii.el.ee Irniu llli-
Uland i Oiilui. C. ION Jul..
llutiululii. April '.'I, Itui lUll-i
1ST. 3. S.A.aHS:
OHO fort atroet, Honolulu,
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices I
NAINSOOK In Plain, ftrl., Cheeks and I'lahK
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN VLI. UKADK.3 AND I'UICE.S.
lUMITil..- In Mrlpetl, flieck., IMnlds and Hair Lines.
INDIA L.INONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CRAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CUEAM AND ECRU.
IMMENSE VA1UKTY OF
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
EMIIItOlliEliY EIUHVOS In .S... Nalnvmit ami Hamburg In
All Widths with Inserting to Mated.
All-tivor Enibroitlory, Embroidory Plonnce3 and Demi Flonncei.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
tAatWtJLm m (shm
nH Robinson Hlock, Hotel Street,
NEXT TO OltKWAY .V I'OltTEIt
Stock Must be Sold on May 1st.
I WILL SELL HIT MY KNTIItK STOCK. CONSIHTINO OK
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Mens and Boys Suits, Etc., Etc.
$o"r It is impoililf for me to mention all tin- Article
SALIO COM.MtfXfJKS ON
Monday, March 19.
I'LKASK GIVE ME A CALL!
j Stock Must be
I linw liven iiihtrncted by Mit. J. M. dk Sa k Sii.va,
proprietor of tlie Hawaiian .Iapanksk Hakaaic, Hotel Htreet,
to sell lii Mock of JAPANKSK (JOODS. Also, a biff ns
M)itnient f .JAPAXICSH PAIEK XAIMvIXS will beol.l
I.KSS THAN C)sT.
Just Received per
A I.AItilE AMI CHOICE STOCK OK
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Etc.
VK IIEO lo CALL SI'ECIAL ATI'KNTION TO OL'lt
Oresa Goods ixx Wool and "Muslin.,
SILKS, LACES, 0LUVE8, nOSIERY, ETC., ETC.
B. F. EHLBRS Sb GO.
, tjpra s 1 1 WQTLT BTR1DP1T
IMI'OIITEU AND DEALEU II.
(JROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Frosh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
tW ALWAYS ON HAND Jf$
New Guods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
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I.INVIII.N Block, Kinu STitt.i.r,
Iloill IEI.KI HON Km .'lo
Fresh Goods by Every
ci-; - not s- . ioi)ixs . a . siimiai.'iv
ISt.M- OlllirllS S H iri.P 'J
II. !:. Mi-INIYKE & IJHO.,
Groceries, - Provisions - and Feed.
New iniii.l- I! ivi-.l ,s 1.,,-u p,
KKEmII I'AI.IKOKMA - I'llODl
A" "r'l," '"'ihlini. ,iii..,.e.l
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. hu.NU Owiflis SuUUITKIl.
I KA8I' COH.VKIt KOHT
for White Goods
Sold on May 1st
S. S. " Mariposa "
l. o imx vx
h"l'"t""' Kuaranteii. inland onien
Bkt. Foht ami Alakba STitKKTa.
1. O. HOX JM7
& Naval Supplies
W SaTIMACTION Gl'AnANTKkl).
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ash nr.Ai.KKs is
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