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"T nrr un:wi
OABU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTER JDNK J. 1.
To Kwa Milu
Lenvr Pearl City
Arrive Ewh Mill..
Leave Ewa Mill..
Uave Pearl City..
A. Bat unlays only.
C. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
$lw gnUy 3 illdin.
MONDAY, APRIL 30, 18U1.
arxniv. Afiril 2i.
Htnir Clamllne from Maul
Stmr Mlkaliala from Knunl
Moshay, April 30.
Am 4. masted olir Salvator. Weill, M days
from Nuwcaslle, X 8 V
Monday, April .10.
Htmi Mokolll for Motokat and Initial
Stmr Iwalanl for Kanal
Stmr James Make for Kauai
Stmr Knalu for Walanao
Votaola Leaving To-morrow.
Htttir Wainlealo for Kukullinelo and llono-
kna nt 12 m
fit tn r Klnatt for Maul and Hnvvali at 2 p m
Hltnr Claudlnefor orti on Maul
Stmr Mlkabala for Knunl
Cargoes from Ialand Port.
Stmr Clnudlnc 132.' bags sugar, 3 1 bas
tiotatoes, 137 baits corn, .Ai bags bones,
30 bags tnro, ill tildes, 2 horse, 16
calves. 60 head cattle, 103 lion-. 57 kgs
sundries, 1171) feet koa lumber.
From Muni, cr stmr Claudlue, Aiirll tit I
-II l.aw.nml wife, I, W'ooiler, W II rede,
and 2t deck.
For Kauai, cr stmr Iwalanl, Atiril .m
A F Knndsen, Mrs Kniidscii and ililld.
For Kukulliaele, per stmr Walaleali-,
May l-Mrs K Mcdulrc. Miss Mrtlulre.
Veaaola tn Port.
UH Philadelphia, Darker, from Callao,
HUMS Champion, Rooke, from llllo
HUM STakacbllio, Nomura, from Jaiian
Fr corvetto Ducballuult. Dupols, from Pern
Am Missionary iiaeket Morning filar, dar-
land, from tfio South Sens
Am bktno Jane I. Stanford, Johnson, from
Am bk S l.1 Allen, Thompson, from San
Hi'hr Golden Shore, llirkholm, from New
castle, X S V
Am sell rU' F vltiitiaii, Pcdrrscn. from
Newcastle, N H V
Am bk Amelia, Ward, from Port Town
send Haw bk Icnhl, Nelson, from Newcastle, N
Haw bk It P Rlthvt, Morrison, (rum Sun
Norwegian bk P.lrns, Andersen, from
Newcastle. X S W
Am ship Occidental, Mors.), from It I'
Am schrC S Holmes, Jolinnn, from I'ort
Am schr Wm llowden, V Jeretii, from
Nencatlo, N H W
Am bLtnoS N I'asthi, Hubbard, from San
Am bktne Mary Wlnkeliuan, Nissan, from
Am 4-mastcd uhr Salviitor, Wells, frnm
Newcastle, N S W
Foreign. Vosaola Expoctud.
CASS Warrlmoo, Perry, from Sydnoy.
duo May 1
O .V U 8 H (laellc, Pearue, from HoiiKkoiiK
and Yokohuida, duo 11 u 14
Am bktne PNcovery, from San t'rani-Vo,
Am bk Amy Turner, from New York, July
Am bk Newshov, Mollested, from New
castle, N S W
Ilk M I lack (eld, from Liverpool, June 1-16
Oer bk J O (llude, from Liverpool, Apr 1-10
The bark Petrus hus comiiieiictil ballast
Iiik. The ship Occidental hus bikini tukiuc In
sugar for Sun Frunclco.
The schooner WlUrman will be read
for sea either to-morrow or Wednesday.
The schooner llowden is loading with
ballast, and exacts to be uwiiy b Frlduv
or Saturday fur the Sound.
The schooner Sulvutor, laiitiiln Wells,
arrived this morning, coul laden, and mi
thored in the streum. She is lUtv-two davs
from Newcastle, N. B. W.
LAND FOR VOTERB,
UJJU bVU AI1UUUUUIUUIB iU HOKlSlOr Oil j
Other Ialanda. j
Distrii-t .Mngititrato S. Knlioolmlu '
hnln of the island of Lanai is sniil to ,
havo olforud twenty ncros of laud to
thoae who would roistur. Very
few have taken the oath on the
ielund, and the offer of land was
spurned ly the loyal natives. The I
promise, or rather offer, the iiiulms '
irate said eaiiiu from hoadmiarterx.
He has not registered himself.
Another instance of a similar na
ture comes from Maui, and is to the
effect that Nov. J. K. Iosoim, of
Hana, offered twenty-live aeros of
laud to all native llawaiians who
would take the oath. A cousidera
hie number of people took the bait.
The I. G. hand will play at Hmma
Siptatu thin evening at 7:!U o'clock.
Following is the program:
I' Mil I
Munh Life (luurds
I'liiumlu fttmv fit)
Ndi'i'llen II Trovutoru
Mfilli'V -l1.,!!!! lir Air
Muri'li'-TIm L'. S. S. Plilludelplilii
ii un ninianu
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A. J. CnrUvrigbt lias a notice iu
All saloons will be closed on Wed
nesday, Mny 2d.
Government omjilojocs wore paid
oh" this afturnoou.
The Sons of St. George meet a
usual this evening.
The V. G. band plays at I'inma
Square this evening.
Miss Anna Sorenson will leave to
morrow for Kauai on the Mikahnla.
Lodge lo Progres, A. F. A: A. M.,
will hold its regular meeting this
The Post ofh'co despatched lfl,irrt
letters and 587(5 papers toy the S. S.
Nicely furnished suite of room
with use of kitchen is to lot nt M
Nov. Mr. Hill, a visitor from the
Coast, is to preach at Central ITniou
Church next Sunday.
The P. G. hand has boon greatly
handicapped toy the departure of
soino of its host players.
The practice afternoons of tho
Honolulu Cricket Club are Tncday,
Thursday and Saturday.
V. II. Page has already disposed
of several of his fine stock recently
imported from the Coast.
Tho Woman's Hoard of Missions
hold their regular monthly meeting
(to-morrow) Tuesday, at 2:'H) p. m.
L. J. Levey sold the two lots at
Kapiolaui Park, the property of II.
F. Poor, to A. Gnrteuberg for ?2r.tH).
There is a match arranged be
tween local crickolors and a leant of
bluejackets from the Champion for
Saturday after net.
The wooden building now occu
pied by Allen Robinson on Qiitvn
street will be sold at auction at noon
to-morrow by .1. F. Morgan.
There wore several picnic parties
to Satis Sottci yesterday. Tito tobog
gan slide is Incoming a favorite with
frequenters of the favorite resort.
Business in Government and .Judi
ciary doimrttucuts will bo suspended
ou Wednesday on account of the
constitutional convention election.
Hustaco A; Co. have moved ttioir '
olhVo temporarily into Morgan's
auction room. 'limy are still soil-,
iug fuel of all kinds in quantities lo
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel ,
and Nuuanu streot. Lodging by
day, week or mouth. Terms: 2T and
o0 cents per night; $1 and fl.'J per
L .1. Levey will sell boots and
shoes, straw and folt hats, shawls,
cottons, etc., at auction on Wednes
day at 10 o'clock. A good chance to
get an outfit.
Mrs. Louise Mchityre died on '
Saturday evening, at the age oft
twenty-one years. The funeral took ,
place yesterday afternoon and was
Six natives pleaded guilty in the
District Court to a charge of idling '
spirituous liquor ou Saturday, and
sentence iu each cine was suspended
until moved on, ,
The S. S. Australia took on Sattir I
tiny IR.KIR bags of sugar, 11KXI Dags I
of rice and 02VS bunches bananas. ,
This is the biggest shipment she has ;
taken for a long time. j
Captain Zieglor's men uou the!
portrait of President Dole on Sattir- I
day in a prize shoot at the Kakauko
butts. A large number of people
were intonMcd spectators.
A comprehensive key to happiness '
is found in tho new announcement
of the Golden Rule U:uaar. That .
is the place where cash talks and
bargains stare from every shelf and
The Paradise of the Pacific for '
March has a number of finely mi
grated pictures President Dole's !
portrait, tourists obtaining lava
specimens, and several Pearl harbor
The peanut lieud largely inter
fered with thoo interested iu the
phy at tho Opera IIoue Satunlav I
evening. It is becoming a real nut- '
sauce, especially at interesting points
in the play. ' ,
.las. F. Morgan will sell the rest of i
the effect of the Ivainehamohiis at i
auction at the Arlington to morrow
at 111 a. m. Secure one or more of '
these valuable relics while the
Two men while riding at i'alama
yesterday evening ran into a tram
car ami were llmmn from I heir
horses. 'Flue, were (alien to (ho
Police Station where their injuries
were attended to.
It is announced that 1'iof. Alexan
der will lecture before the Historical
Society next Thursday evening on
the Rtis-iau occupation of these
islands, documents relating to which
he secured while iu Washington.
Iu addition to iiupii.soiiuieni at
hard labor for dealing eiiou in
jury to a t 'hiucM- woman on l'um-li
bowttieet on April I, Ka.'ttpia wa.
lined .,"(! ou Sahudav in tie )is
trict Com l for assault and b.tttery
ou Ah Chili!.', on the auie dale.
Tilde t- a new fad in town among
the ladies, and it is all the rage It
is straws of Manila rope dyed m ,if
1 fereut colors and worn around I In
itial . Formerlv l he pumpkin lei
took the caite, lint now it has be
come what the native- call "maun
hilo" out of sight.
Xegot i'U ioii are in progress io
have Mis. (Kills ie,ve lll'l lllllstntl
ed lecture ou .Scotland next Fiidav
evening for I ho benefit of the read
ing room fund of the Sculimh This
tie Club This vva oni of Mr
tlaiis' most popular Incline, m liei
recent successful luur of the other
Contract Labor Decision Varloue
Matters at Chambers.
Jamos Ashford, a witness in V. V.
1 Ashford vs. C. W. Ashford, being
shortly to leave the country his testi
mony in the case is to be taken to
Henri G. McGrew by his guardian,
C. L. Carter, has taken proceedings
to recovor from Fanny C. Graham
Campion .lOO with interest at 8
percent from January 5, 184, bal
ance claimed to bo duo on an agree
ment to buy a ptieco of laud From
Mrs. Elizabeth Harvey. It is alleged
that defendant borrowed the pur
chase price, ir0, from plaintiff tout
was unable to execute a mortgage
on the land on account of tho in
sanity of her husband, therefore tho
conveyance was made to McGrow to
hold as security for tho loan. Cecil
Drown, attorney for defendant, ac
cepts service of tho summons.
H. A. Widetnann has rendered his
annual account as guardian of minor
children of J. L. Richardson, charg
ing himself with $l(J,r:j:4.o7, and ask
ing to be allowed ."Slo.HH 7(5, which
leaves a balance of $1311.81. Tho
balance from previous account was
811.27. The total investments this
year added to cash iu hand make
100,0.) I.IW, which is a net iucreaso
Judge Whiting has granted the
petition of S. Elirlich, bankrupt, for
allowance of certain household
Judge Cooper has ordered tho
will of Anna J. Blackburn admitted
to probate, and appointed Jtev. II. H.
Parker executor under $500 bond.
W. A. Kitiuoy for tho executor.
The caso of Takeshita Matsuji,
plaintiff, vs. E. G. Hitchcock, mar
shal, and II. P. Fayo & Co., defend
ants, was submitted to tho Supremo
Court without action. II. P. Fnyo
A: Co., planters, wore satisfied that
the sentence of plaintiff toy tho dis
trict magistrate, for refusing thoir
contract sorvico, was illegal. The
marshal was readv to discharge tho
prisoner (plaintiff) ou adjudication
tout not otherwise. As reported tho
other day the Circuit Judge oi
Kauai would not grant a writ of
habeas corpus because tho Judiciary
Act of 1WI2 gives Circuit Judges no
habeas corpus jurisdiction. Tho
Supremo Court, by Justice Dicker
ton, finds the sentence illegal and
orders tho prisoner discharged. Tho
law is that where a person refuses
to perform contract service he shall
be brought before a magistrate, who
upon hi persisting iu refusal to
work may send him to prison at
hard labor until he consents to serve
under his contract. If he return lo
service and again leavo it, thou he
may be liued not more than five dol
lars for the first olfeuse, nor more
than ten dollars for the second of
fense. In other words, the second
time a contract laborer is brought
before a magistrate is his first of
feirse, and the third time the second
offense; so Hint the Kauai magis
trate imposed an illegal sentence
when he fined the present plaintiff
510 with: SI.'.).") costs.
A. S. Hartwell for plaintiff; A. M.
1 Drown for tho Marshal; G. K. Wil
der for Faje A; Co.
A JILTED HON OF KAKS.
, Hu Brings Woapona of War but la
j Shortly after f) o'clock yesterday
I afternoon a P. G. soldier visited a
I house on Punchbowl street opposite
the Queen's Hospital to see a former
I sweetheart. It appears he was
j spurned and tho warrior pulled a
I pistol. There were only two native
I women iu the houe at the time.
I Their cries attracted a foreigner,
who disarmed the I'. G soldior. Ho
went away and returned with a
! bayonet. This was also taken from
i him. The man again went away and
returned iu his uniform with a rifle,
i when, matching up to tho door, he
' demanded admission. A telephone
message iu the meantime had Iwon
sent lo the Station and, police offi
cers arriving, the man was returned
1 to the barracks. As expected, no
arrests were made.
OHANOKQ OF POUT OFFICERS.
Loaguo Dion are Lett Out iu the
Cold for Deputy Port Surveyor.
There will ben great many changes
iu the Customs department by to
morrow morning. Among those to
be "tired" this evening will be Mr.
Dehreii, a prominent member of the
American "Lague." He has been
I pulling for the Deputy Port Sur
' veyorship, incompetilio'u vvithTheo.
P. Sewirin, Secretary of the Ameri
can League, and others, but it seems
the "Castle" was "in the air" for
Archie CiiHillan has been appoint
ed Deput v I'ort Surveyor. 'I he talk
aioniid the city fiout to-day has
been the American "Lague" ami its
pull. 1 wo mouths ago tlu-v had a
U'lip, but now they are playing a
losing game. " '
Hen (ial higher was re-arrested on
.Saturday for assault and battery on
.Manuel' Phillips, n hack driver, iu
the Criterion Saloon. Gallagher
wantonly assaulted the man while
li was standing at the bar.
L'uclt. Sam: "It was a mighty bad
habit I got these iiifnnl industries
into. Thev're never satisfied now
tuili-- I walk the lloor with 'em all
Lodgo lu Progroadol'Ocoaiuu, No. lii-1,
r " a
1 isim. i pr;.Bi..sd,.ro,-Mii.. No i'.'i,
nt il-ball oi I'liiusiriM't, Ih-Ivvmi-n llitliul
mil ..rt. Illln (Mondiivl KVr.N'IMI.
.Viril to, nt 7: In uV'lo.'k, for
III". I I Ml M'.SIIIl v III -IM".
MimiiU r- uf IIimviiII.iii I sli' niul nil
ij'Hiriiinu Itruibri'iiuru Iruit'iiiiill) Invnrd
to Im- iri-'iil.
it) unliruf tbo V.-. M '.
ANTON I U I'KR.NANUhs,
VISITORS ARE VICTORIOUS.
I H. B. K. S. Champion Eleven Defeat
the Local Team
A cricket match was played at
Makiki ou Saturday afternoon be
tween an eleven from tho Dritish
corvetto Champion and one from the
Houolulu Cricket Club. Some of
the usually strong batters of the
home team were retired iu quick
order, and tho sido was retired with
37 runs. O. J. Prentis of the Cham
pion team made a brilliant score of
30 at the outset, ensuring the viclorv
for his side. Wenhntn did fine bowf
iug for the visitors. Hat Hold when
ho waruiod up did effective bowling
for tho home team. T. Lishmau, '
captain and a loading bowler of the
Honolulus, manipulated the ball
only tho latter part of the inning.
Following is the score:
iiosoi.ui r iRti'KrT ft i.
J. Westhrook. c. Fllmer, b. Prodis u
I). Ross, l) Wenham Hi
Dr. Inns, c. Nugent, b. Wcnluim n
P. I.isliman.c. Rennell, h. Wenham :i
A. R. Hatfield, b. Prentis . .",
J. I.'Rhtfoot, c Ilcuwell, b. Winhani 4
U. Rurnslde, o. Fllmer, b. WoiiIimiii 0
hev. V. II. Kllcat, b. Walter o
F. II. Aueibacli, not out ."
l vonTempsky, stp'd Olovtr, b. Wen
P. I.tshman, b. Walter o
Total run .
O. J. Prentis, I.. I.Mimnii
ore. Olocr, run out
F. H. Mitchell, c. I.l-hmati, b. Iiil.
.1. Fllmer, b. Hattleld
J. Tyrell, b. I.l-liumn
I.leut. NuL'tnt. not out.
Meat. WHlter. b. Hatllnld
I.leut lleliwcll, b. Hatlleld
O. Rooke, c. Russ, b. I.l.lnnuii ,
O. Wenham, b. Ilntllcld
II. Hayles, did not bat .
QUEER CONDUCT OF POLICE. ,
Four Officer Brutally Take Vongo
snea on k Chinaman.
Three police officers Tom Abbey
(Japanese detective), A. Drighl and
Chas. Opuiitii -were tried in the Dis
trict Court to-day for asault and
battery on a Chinaman on the morn
ing of April If). The evidence went
to show that four officers had been
hunting for the missing Japanese
cook of the U.S.S. Attains, and after
midnight on Sunday morniug, April
15, they sat down on the sidewalk ou
tho comer of Kekaullko and Pauahi
streets. Presently a colored person
"hove in sight" with a guitar, and
lator a tiative boy with a harmonica.
The officers folt lonesome, and asked
tlie two to play music. They com
plied and Dright, lured by the
charms of the music, got up and
danced a cancan. In the midst of
tho hilarity a bucketful of slops was
thrown from the second story and
the tnan-huuters were drenched.
The Japanese detective could not
stand the drenching, as ho claims
there was a very tiasly smell about
the stuff. He rushed up on the
stops, met the complaining vvitnes
and gave him a thrashing. Dright
finding tho Chinaman helpless also
hit and kicked him. The Chinaman
claims that Opuutii hit him also.
The officers, not satisfied with in
flicting iMitlily injuries ou the man,
had him arrested and brought to
tho Police Station. Two hours Inter
ho was released, as no chartre was
entered agaiifst him. The China
man to this day bears the marks of
the brutal assault by tie guardians -J
of the pcaoo. Tom Abbey and An- flj
tone Dright were found guilty and i Wi
sentenced to pay a fine of .2.i"cach. fJI
Dright has appealed his cae rH
A full attendance is wanted at the ,1
mooting of tho Thistle Club tide ' "
evening, for interesting mid impor
taut business with the usual litorarv
and musical exercises afterward.
f" " TIIRKK MONTHS
from May I.HIi Nlculv
riirnhbrd Hulls of Rooms
with use of kitulipn If dr.
sired; centrally located. Aeelv at
IWI -If NO AIIAM.1 I.AXK
I HAVK MtiVKIl lo
Morgan's Auotion Room
(or a slmrt tlin-. v,. nr t 1 1 1 riling
Departure Bay Coal,
IN ANV Wl'ANTlTY.
1 414 BOTH TELEPHONES 414
lirl I m
Do not he fooled thin
year, tin owuiii's nnd
trainers of line ntock
wlioiiltl liitVL- tlu very lii'ht
quality of fi'fd for their
hoi'bi'H. The only place
for Htieli in t lie
fiAIiIPORNT A FRRD HO
VJUlJll VlllUfi I LiUU VJU.
I tW I'KI.KPIIONhis l.'l -
DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Ol'FK'K & V.UKIIOUHIi:
, Corner Queen uud Nuuuuii
A Boston Dressmaker
AH Who Buffer Similarly, R
momber, HOOD'S CURKt.
lira. F. W. Barker
This lady Is a well-knoim and popular
"There Is no tnlttako about Mood's Barttptv-
rllla. I want to tll buw quickly It cured me of
lour stomach, which bad troubled mo for over a
year. 1 could not even tal:o a swallow of water
but what I suftrrcd from dlstresa nndntldltr.
When 1 tirgnn lo take Ilood'a Barsaparllla I
could tee good i fleets from the nrstttireedoiea.
1 continual until 1 had taken three bottltt and
have been enilrclr enrrd. 1 cite ltd IUta
merit for the lenrflt of nlliets irho are suffering
similarly." Mils. 1'. V. Iubrkh, 41 Cbtiter
Park, Uoiton, Mais.
HOOO'B PlLLBsrs tbs Ixilsflur-dlnosr ITUf
utlitdKsUoo.eattiaicL. Traboa. M,
HORRON, NKW.MA.N A CO..
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Half tho Season!
ONE OK AMERICA'S DEST.
Tuesday Evening, Hay 1st:
Harlle) i ninpbell's Hikv-jful Drama
Tbuisday Evening, Miy 3d:
rillolMiu r Well-known fouirdy llraui
Saturday Evening. Hav 5ib:
SO PI.AYH KKPKATKI)
PricoH. . C0c. 75c At.
IW AiIvhi HiilnntUJ lrfvitv'siori.
And bo tlm owiwr of
us line a llicyote a
il is iHisilblf to fun
Highest Grade !
Catalogues Free !
H. E. WALKER,
Vpmt, Honolulu, II I.
Ctl.AIMh AOAINh'l I1IK I.AI'K AS. I
' tolilo .Moiitfiio, iIi'.cummI. of lloiio- !
til 111 , lliilnl, iinist Ih insiMitii to tbi .in- i
liT-iunril dnl) uiitliuiiiii-iiti-d m It liin lx '
month- or i h-y w 111 bu (orcnir Imrn-d.
. A. M Rwl'i:s, !
1 Admlnlstrittor of tin- K-uun of Antonio
Ilotioliilu, Arll ii. is'M. IUIT It1
Uir, TIioiiiiis P. Iloclif. rt. bus titk.-n
iin.M'ii-sin-ri -iiiiviiik rarlor udlo'ii-lln-tiirc
i i)., whirc a k"" I Iran
iliu llil-llirc ,v i).. Hiicrr a voihI I' run
Hlutvf run Iik liml for I ('mils, Hulr Out I
ami Hlmvn, .IHVnti, Hulr I'm, .itlVnis. ,
inn io '
V 1 1'. I'lioicK ii.vi.r
MuMill mid Hall Hull
i:si-i:rpiii.si. hm n.
Wiiolanl, S unarm Villi.
'P' III. NT AltoPI nsi i it UK
1 1 .11 i xllllillni' loi u lint; r.Hlili. -lute
-iiiliition mid I. rum in
"li . M .
IUJU 111. I', II. Ilux HiO, IIuiimIuIu.
loor to Jul
ISO- ll.v RKMoVKD IIIa
to No. I.inioa slrt'i't, lnxt
Hi's iinili'll, K ii IHIK'i'
s.in, i i n s, liiii.'w
Dl RIM. i AllSRMti; KRO.M I'lli;
llimui.uii Isliiiiils, Mr. II l.om
will iu I (or on- iiiidci himit ol uttoriiM)
k'runtiil lo It t in In iiih
L vi. RRIttlClt.
Uonu Ulil, AmII Ai, IsJI. lljl'J 31
It -Mp i "CJSr'io .t'r)luilfink
r i w fc fl'Tj
Headquarters for White Goods
3ST. S. SACHS'
oeo irort street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices I
I NAINSOOK." In Plain, 8trl-d. I'lieoks and Plaid-.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN AM. ORAl)K AND PRICKS.
DIMITIKS In Striped, Checks, Plaids and Hair Lines.
INDIA L1NOXS, DATISTE AND COTTOX CItAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CItEAM AND ECKU.
IMMKNSK VARIKTY OF
WHITE . O-OODS
-AN KNDI.ESH VARIKTY OF
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
F.MRROIDKRY KlKHNnS in Swiss, Nainsook and HambiirK, in
All Widths with In-ertliiK to Match.
.-u,"0Ter Embroidery, Embroidery
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
518 Robinson Block, Hotel Street,
fSKXT TO OKDWAY A PORTKRl
Stock Must be Sold on May 1st
I Wll.l. SKI.I, OPT MY KNTIRF. STOCK CtiNHIPTIMI OF
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
Men's and Boys Suits, Etc., Etc.
I3f It in iiiijiossiliK. for me tn mention all the Article
1 niul IVii-frt!
SAUO COMMIONX'KS ON
Stock Must be
I havo Iiccii iiiHtrucUMl hy Mu. .1. M. m: Sa k Sii.va,
proprietor of tin II.vwaiian.Iai'an'ksk Kaxaak, UotvlHtri'ft,
to Hfll liin stock of .JAPAN HSU (JOODS. Also, n l.iir art-
jHortmi'iit of JAPANIOSIO lH NAPKINS will In- ho1
I.KSS THAN f'OST.
Just Received per S. S. " Mariposa "
--A I.ARUK AMI I'llOll K MIOI'K OK
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Etc.
WK RKO TO IAI.I. .SI'Kt'IAI. ATrK.STION TO OUR
Dress Goods in Wool and Muslin,
SILKS, LA0ES, 0L0VES, H0S1ERT. ETC.. ETC.
B. F. BUL
BOB a 1 1
IMroiiTt-l. AND UEALEU U.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresb California Roll Batter and Island Butter
T ALWAYS ON HAND f
New Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
Lincoln Hmkjk, Kimi Stiikct. Hkt. Fout and Alakka Stkkkis.
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ROI'H TKI.KI llo.NRt; ,'lu-
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Steamor.
1CK - IIOI'sSK - WOODS - A - SPECIALTY.
Islands Ohdkks Spunri:!. 0tt gjr Satisvaction CUakantj.m..
11. !:. .M.IMYRK & MliO.,
IMI'IIHIKILS AMI DkAI.KHN IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
M Ii.hmIs R.-.VH..I I.) ;v,.r IMokiM lr.iu tl.- Kaslrn Mat.'s and Knro.
KltKSIl lULIKOUNIA - I'UUDU'K. HY KVKHY - STEAM K
All nnUis litltliliillv iiitfiidrd to and limsls IMIveri-d lo snv
I'art of tin- fit) KRKI.
ISI.A.II. OhDIIIS Soi.lflTKI). SATISr-AUTKIN (ItUfcANTHsU.
KArti fURNhll rURI AMJ KINU UfRKKit).
Flounces and Deal Flounce.
AIE A CALL!
Sold on May 1st.
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