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THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1H!M.
TiirBnv, Mmj .'!.
CASS Wnrrlinoo, Artunlrl. 7'j iliivs from
niu'iiuvtr, II t'
Till KMMY, Mil) 21
U S H Mnrluii. llrltllvv, fur .S-tn Kr.inJl
C A H 8 WnrrliiiijM, Annul. I, rui-Sviltiu.v vln
Krtim Vmii-iiiiwi-, ner rf S Wiirritnuu.
Mit .'I -Mr ninl Mr. J I'nt.'li.inl, Mr Lin
I kt. It K II lliirkner, I" It Uullii.,ni, It
I l.lllie, Mill. m J riiiml. Win luuuii Ml..
A t'uunti, Urn , mv in, M kiiti Win ninl
t litis Cowiin, Miss Klizit I'mviui I'min
XkMurlui II l mfi, I" U K Wnlkor, C I)
V.ilk..r. I'tlfHiu-k, II V W Mr Mi-n-
utiigli. K AlilMti, C U Jiii-crr, II I
llfii's, II Holing, y l Hiiftuc ninl l.'i in
Tlifrlty fniiit inr-.-n( :i Imlliluv iiiiinr
alter. ' '
The oivuiiiur V. (I. Hull will do .u,. n.
iimrrow from liulMir.l purls.
The M'liihitpcr Kit Mol n- iih, in vn
till- innrnlliK h) the Inn Kirn.
I'll" "Ifiiiiicr ImIiiii linniKlit iiKi tutu- of
iit'iir from lliitimkim tlii-trip
Thu IttirkutiilticH V il Wllili'r ninl I'lim
trrurc exMvlr,t m-xl wn-k from tliv i'o.il
AHKIVAL OF THE WAIIRIMOO.
Him Is Gonnnruult'il by Chinf Olllcvr
Tlu C. A. S. S. Wnrriniiiii iviino
lulu port fiirly I Iii mnrniii, 7 ilnv
riuiii Yictoriii, It. (.'.. in fuiiimnml of
C-iiiluiii Ariimlfl, forinorly t'liinf
UlllinT. Tln W'urriinoo In'fl Vim
I'niivtT on Vtilm.siluy, .May III, at 7
n.tiu and .Hlcaiiii'd away from Victoria
l 7 p.m. of tin auiiitt day. Kino
weather aud a plt-jnanl oyaKiMVin
had friiin port to port. .Slic lroujlil
lijio tuns of raro for lloiiolnhi, Im
iile alarpj uiniiir of paxiiiiir.
Tin Warrniioo left aaiu for Sydnev
tin Fiji at :i:.'ltl oVIoek tliM after
noon, lite I. (1. Iminl tilnyiii' her oil'.
The following, taken from the
Vietoria Colonist, explaiim the
ehane in the eoininnnd of tlic
"On arriving in Vancouver with
the dteanier Warrimoo, Captain
IVrry received a letter from the
management to hand over the Meatn
er to thu charge of Mr. Arundel, the
lirnt ollicer that the company diil
not rwjuiru his .service anv lunger.
(Jnptniu Perry Male that he Inn had
no trouhlu with theinniiageinent and
doca not iinderHtaiid his iliimi-wil.
Ilin uuinuioim friendu met at the
Hotel Yanconvur shortly after the
ueww iMicanm known and expressed
their regmtM in the following ail
ilrww: lt in with inueh rurprirc and
lugti't that we hear you aie no long
er to continue in command of the
Warrimoo, and have no hesitation in
haying that it would he hard to linil
more, courtooux. coiiMdornie and
capahle comuuinder. Mnnv of uh
have travuletl ou all the leailiug lines
of leumhipMtud weareiiuauiinou-.
I) uf the opinion that we hae uetr
received heller al lent ion and huxe
inner Ijcuii more favoralily impreH
d Ity the HeAiuauship and general
management than on hoard the
Warrniioo, and wo nincerelv Inixt
that it will mil lm long lill'vou are
iu command of another chip '"
MeArihurwai previouly captain
of the Warrimoo, ami war. roiiveeded
lv C'aplain I'erry, chief olllcei of the
aiKEN vtcroniA's bihthday
Bovoiity-llvo Vuura Old -Cclubratiuu
Today, Ma 21, i the Meiii
II ft It anniversary of the liirlh of Vic
loria, Qiieoii of the Lnile.l Kingilum
and ICiuiirexs of India, and wan fnh
ohMirvetl l)v her lo.nl Hulijects lit
Hawaii. The Mags were Hying over
the govoiuiiioni iHiihliiigit'anil the
ditlerent connulnte in town. II. II
M. S. Champion. I . S. nhipK I'liila
dolphia and Marion and 11 I.. I A I .s
Takachiho pnented a holiday ap
pearance, hunting Hying from Mem
to stern of I lie respective Moating
arieiialH. In addition to the war
wwsoIh the S. S. Amslralia and the
hrigautiue lA venire aie living
bunting. The men of the Chamjiiou
were. drc.xM'd iu liolulav alitieaud
foi thu day work Wrt- iumpeuileil. At
noon halutex of twentvoue gum.
oaeh weie Hied from the' Champion,
Philadelphia, Marion, Takachiho
and the shore battery The citv
front was lined with people watch"
iug the saluting. The.wmls of the
Champion wme mauiied and the
Might was a vorj pretty one mil I
At the conclusion of the buiiibard
ing, the Champion bluejackets Ka(.
three hearl.v cheers fortheii beloved
(Jueen, after which I hey retired be
low to toast the health'of tln-ii .ov
tiruigu. During Ihe aflernoon aie
coption nan held, a large number f
shore people acceitllig l!rillh huspi
talilv. An euleriaiuuieiil will bi
given this evening, aflei which ihe
celebration will end with a dance
Major WoilelnniM', leliinig llrilisli
Mlllisler He nielli, leeeived al 1 1 1 -lugatiou
during tie dav. I.nug Live
W. W Ahau.i, iiieicliaut lailor, ,T.'.'
Nuiiauu stieel, has hi. hiiuds full
since he ha adverln.ed in the
LOCAL AND QKNKBAl. NEWb
p.,w,i i.... :,, i..,ii., i, r,,.. )-...
jj. n attryt ill ii.i . I, -,, I nil i.fi .IV ,,
( at the "Kmpiro."
The Warrimoo brought a larue list
of pasenger.s for this port.
Two "brilliants'' arrived on the
S. S. Australia on Saturday last.
j Sugar. !M5 test, is 2:. by the War
runoo's latest Now York advices.
; Tim Hrilish cruiser Champion will
go out for gun practice io morrow.
1 The concert of thu P. G. baud at
Ihe Hotel was fairly well attended.
lo-day is the Fi-vonl v-liftli anni
versary of the birth of "Queen Vic
toria. "Celebrated Case" will be repented
by special recpuwt of the regular
patrons to night.
The Hawaiian Quintet Club will
entertain guests anil visitors at the
Hotel this evening.
If. I. Lillie returned from Van
couver by the S.S. Warrimoo to-dav,
:.. . I... 1 ... r i . i. '
iii i lie uesi oi ueaiin.
The "skirt dance" will be given iu
"Monte Cristo" on Kridav evening,
the liual performance.
"Ka Maile" More i now under
the Arlington, where the stock will
be clocd out at very low prices.
All Government schools were given
a half holiday today, in observance
of Queen Victoria's birthday.
At the farewell performance Mr.
bailey will iirohnhlv simr a imr.xlv
ou Hawaiian airaim'geueraHy.
Prof. Adelsteiu, the well known
solo mamloliuist, will arrive from,
tin- Coast on the S. S, Alameda on
George WiNuii was knocked down
by a buggy iu which were two ladies
on Fort street at noon tmlnv.
The S. S. Arawa due here ou .luue
I will have on board theeven repre
senlalivfs uf the Colonies on their
way to I lie eo. mini trade eoufeieuce
Three Chinese vagrants Inve been
pulled by Detective l,aren. That
olllcer believes thai if all the vag
ranis were pul iu "chokev" Iheie
would be less burglaries.
Walaina pleaded guilty in iM )i
Irict Court this morning" in a charge
of selling articles t)f foreign manu
facture without a Iii s,.. H,. was
reprimanded ami dieharged.
los. Priiclianl, iu ill iph,v of
the Mutual Telephone Co.. returned
today ou the S. h. Warriinnii with n
bride. Mr. I'ritelmril r !,...!
gialulalious finiu his f ds.
Tin; I'. S. S. M iriun raised anchor
at :t o'clock lhi alleruoou and head
ed out the harbor homeward hound.
She presetted a prett', sight, as -he
"''"I lout with herbuuting living.
Coiue again. Marion.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. ie
ceived by ihe Australia auollier in
voii f silverware in late designs
, uiwi inr pi.itn everyilay service.
They also show full sets of tea ser
vice in very handsome patients.
People going away hv tin Aiisira
tin will -ave trouble liv tinging up
Pacilie Tran-ferCo. H.iVgageeheck
i ed at .vmir own house direct to
, destination and delivered in state
. rooms without extra charge. Mutual
i Telephone 11(52.
j The mouke.V al the Kagle House
I escaped this morning ami perched
il-olf on a Iree. As it appeared
vicious a iui's,age was .out to the
I Police Station. Captain Parker n
, poiiihil and liretl two hots, killing
I the beast,
'rank Hongs and I'red Clav are
j now owners of the Paradise o'f the
j Paeilie. The promise a line ihM,.
for the S. S. Mariposa's mail, to iu
elude an ilbistraleil .iipplemeni.
The Iii i.i.i. ir, wishes ihe new pro
I prielois success.
The residence of (5. K 1 1 nr I nut ii
was inteied last mghi and some
jewi'lrv.a revi.lver and other iinteir
lailtcles taken. The drawers were
I ransacked, and the bed to.M-ii aliait.
Ihe liuighii clo-ed the io irs after
1 leaving. Thole is n clue u. tut lie
I tdenill.V of the thief
I Piof. Leonard linnlley. music
lonelier and conduct. n. Iia-'pre-eut, t
the lit i.i.i un with a eopv of the
"I'leetuu; M.unenls" vvafu, com
posed 1 13 hlii-f. It . ou sale at
1 1 he Hawaiian N'mh.i o'sstoie. Prof
1 llt.iiili'y has alieatl, .ecined muu
pupils ami i. desirous of .ibiaiiiiu
1 el.tps iu eleiuenlaiji silo -ingiu'
! K.ites will lie uoiiiiti'al and given 011
PHO VISIONAL LEGISLATURE
' Htjinlur Guiiiiiiil SittiKiou ol tho Exrt
iiutivii and Advisory Councils.
Piesldetll Dole opened ihe III, -el
I tug of I 'ouucils 1 hi. afternoon, w 11 Ii
'"ii ' g pr ul: Ministeis Ixitii;.
Damon ami Smith, ouucillors U
C. Wilder 1 Vice Presidium. ) 15
Smith. W P. Allen, .1 Kinu.eliiili,
II. Watt rhoiise, .I0I111 Kn.-i. Alex.
ouiig, Kl Siihr and .1 P. Men
doiiea. Miinler Hatch arrived l.itei
Minister I). Ilium pre-ellled the
1 vtfoklv liuauciai .latemeiit as f, ,1
I IN M 1 l M,I1IIM I I l I I h
I.M.IM. Mil ', l'l
mn 1,1 111', mini IhiUii i
I tm '", 71
III' HI I-
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1 ui'iii- n i'i,ii 1 ,,1 , t,
I 11 1 11; 1
Hi vt im, siiiii ,;, in
11- Mill 1 ,, 1 1
ii. ken, 1111 nl 1, iiitiiii,iie 1 ,
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till. II 'H , II t ll ,1, I . ,,.
I ." 'I . Ul
I VI M
I limn, i,'sihiii,i,i
liuail trues In spt-i-lnl deposit ;,i ijo
lixpeii-fs tilui'lii); loan o ui
rutil in-iisiiry ImIjukv nliove
,, . . . 2(l,fiill ul
I 2W.tll.-i ol
I (liltstilliillii luiii.ls l.'.'I'l.'JIKI IKJ
I I rt-Htirr notes . 'Ji.vmoo
i p. . Hulk :...,i r. m. : '' w
''"i'" liss.mii n
Vet iiiiMttfiliii $,l,iii, 1.1
' P. S, IUNK MfMii, "-
i Notices this tint of with.
I ilniunls tiiHturlii)! Mm,
I .lime ninl Jul), Is'ii,. ' $ '.i.mi in
j 1'ii'h on hmiil ... ... Iii.nil it
I PROVISION VI. llOVHtNMI.NT MKMO.
I i;ielii's Provisional lloverii-
incut to ilntu . .. A.il,s,-i si
' Tills illiioilllt covers till exielle llielllil-
! Inn inllltiiry.
Ml Mn . s 1 TKI VfllV.
DiltstnuitliiKi'ertitle.iles.. $ .'It.1 Km no
i'iili In tri'iiitry to rnli'vin all
' oiitstioiilIii)!i'ertirii'iites 'ICVjihiijh
, Totnl hi ititi-crtlfifittvs . .ll.'.uijii ijo
i'ali on liiitul Costal i-uviti.
tlituk ... .$ M.illt :si
tl.il.ltiee to creillt of '.'it Itouil
ItoiinU In l'reiinrv ii:il'
lliihitice to ercillt nf School
llo.inl in Freiisary ;,IU Is
Avnil.ilile imIi, uiir'reut c-
iinnt . Ji'i 'ri nl
Pile current wv unit tnnn ,i1-
Villiees hi Id.iii run, I . $ (..'.l.'.i "it
Mr. D. M. Smith asked if anv pro
vision was made for suiiplyiug water
to the lots al Kahlii. 1 lie Kanieha
nieha school trustees had given
notice that the water furnished by
them would be shut olT iu October
There was very little time, there
fore, for laying pipes by the Gov
Minister King answered that there
was an appropriation, mid the work
would be done as soon a money was
Minister Smith asked for morn
time for the .ludiciarv Committee,
owing to Mr. Mrown's" having been
engaged in court all the week
Minister D.unon introduced the
departmental appropriation bill. He
estimated the receipts for ISlll-o at
S'l.'JHl.iilii. Proposed expenditures
"ii'iir'es mii, I ii,tv rnll
1. 1 in .'.' s
ft i")!..'!'. is
The excess of proposed expenditures
was iT.'l.7lll.'K The total current
expenditures of IS'.I.I I were &I.H27,
!Hfl. A summary of t he depart mental
appiiipriatiou bill was given as fol
lows: l.eMntllli.. ei
17, in no
I His II
.'I, Iss .'7
.!.', JJO no
Mil till ill
I linn e
It,, ml of IMiieallon.
Inlerl.it if,iirltiic in.
tl llll,.".'. .
The Minister unde acotupiri.ou be
ivveeii the expenditures 011 account
of the monarchy ami the amount of
the President's salary and militarv
appropriation. The' total of the
Qui 's salary, household expenses,
Princes Ixaiulam's allowance, state
ouleitaiuments ami Queen's guard
was .fl 1 7.1 XXI, which added to the
crown lands revenues, $IIXi,(iM), made
?2I7,IMMi, as against $22 1, 1 MM I fr n.
sulent Dole and the militarv. It was
hoped that the militarv expenditure
could be materially reduced While
on account of thee.timated deficit
H was not intended to cut down the
appitipiiatioiir. during the period an
ell, u 1 would be made to keep o pen
ilitlires within I lie receipts, ami the
Ministers would use their judgment
a. to how each appropiiatioii should
In' lie. I used.
The lull passed to second reading.
The bill to provide facilities to
the Irca.urv. iu authori.ing I lie is.in.
of treasiliv notes, passed second
The bill to transfer the Insane
Asylum to the charge of the Hoard
of lb-alt Ii was deferred owing to Mr.
Minister King read an answer to
Mr. Kuiiuoliith's ipiestioii of last
meet int; in legard to building per
mits. It was a statement bv the
Siiperiiileiiileni of Public Winks io
1 he filed that the building regula
lions were observed.
Mr. Wait rhoti-e moved that the
M'lpfllllleinlellt of Public Works be
leiiuired to furnish for next meeting
.1 list of building permits i.Mieil
within Ihe past m months
Mlllisler King suggested it be
made for tint peri.nl from the lirM of
Mr Imiiueluth did not think il
was uofos.ar) to do this a. Mr.
Waterhoiise a-l,eil. They had ov 1
deuce before their eyes" that (lie
Superintendent of Pub'lic Works had
exceeded his authority Ifighi op
po-ite th speakei's store there was
v.oik in progress ii was not liu sh
ed yet when, a whole front was be
nig put 111 a stoie. and a lalh ami
plasiei pirtilioii going up the whole
depth of the building They went
111 for leform ami should have it.
They had thrown out the hunday
baud concert lull, yet last Miuday a
band was playing "Down Went Me
litniy" and "Annie inuey." a class
ol music that would not be given iu
Siiudav concerts regulated by law.
Where laws existed (hey shoiild be
Minister Smith adiuilted that the
Superintendent of Pubbe Works ap
piuicd Io have I fen reinis. to .nine
extent, but the law aliovvt.il the re
pairs of wooden building, iu I he lire
limits to an auiouui not exceeding
one thud of tin value of the build
Mr. Waterhoil.e refeired li III
stances whet. 1 Ihe biitliliug law had
t'leaily been v ml, tied
.Mi."iin .ecniiileil Mi Water
hou.e's Hint lull. He tlt lint llnllll
it tiidil to i-t tm l.'tn 11 anv man 111 loin
with, ml heamur what Io had In .i
Die lm it mn cm lied
Mi. I.iiiiu .lulli iieived thai a foul
llliltee of three be 'pp UIiIimI to I, 'tile
eXpeil evuleliee all Mil lie lliailliei
of en. IllcllUg wharves III Vogue
Ho had no grmlue aganil I he mi
peiliileudulll oi Public Wnlks. bill
tho kind of workbeing done on (ho
wharves smacked of jobbery. Tito
piles worn too short at both utiils
(laughter) and had to he spliced.
Tho speaker renewed his insurances
that his motives were public otie.
This was an oligarchy, ho said, aud
greal euro should bo taken that
everything was done above-board.
About 2:.'J(I the Councils went into
8UI0IDE ON THE WARKIMOO.
An Eccentric PaBaonger Puts n Bul
lot Through His Head. I
A ti.,rago passenger on the S. S.
Warrimoo committed a suicidal ad
011 that .steamor at !l o'clock this
morning. Hi name is Morris and
ho boarded tho steamer at Victoria.
B. C, his destination being Sydney,
X. S. W. During the passage over
Morris mingled but very little with
his follow passengers. Tie appeared
to be despondent, aud most of tho
tune would be lving in his bunk
reading novels, Two of tho passen
gers eventually got him to be a
little familiar, and Morris told them
that he had como from Washington,
and was on his way to meet his
brother, a doctor in Sydney, lie had
another brother in " Fiji, and he
would probabiy stop over and see
him on the way. Morris told them
that he was a fanner ami was in
good circumstances financially, dis
playing at the -'tine tune a number
of gold tneces. He had been very
successful iu farming ami prior to
leaving Washington he sold all his
laud ami cattle for$2o(Ml.
Mr. Hodge, one of the passengers,
nick-named him "Coxey," because
he came from Washington, aud
Monis ued to take the joke iu good
part. He seldom left his bunk, pre
ferring to lie in it and read novels.
After the Warrimoo docked at the
Pacilie Mail wharf the steward or
dered Morris to go out ou deck and
take a little exercise, as he thought
lie needed it. At the time two of
his follow passo igers were eating
their breakfast, they being the last
to Im served. One of them called
out. "Coxev, you better come and
get some breakfast." The man ig
iioreil the reipiest ami went hack to
his bunk, which was situated about
three feel from the breakfast table.
He liadi't been on deck but two
minutes when he returned. Apis
tol was seen iu his hand when he
wont back, and he was cautioned not
to play with il.
The men lini-lied their meal and
one went over and stooped over
Morris' bunk, aud asked htm wheth
er he wanted anything to eat. As
juick as a Mash Mortis thew a pistol
from within the folds of his Ited
clothes, anil, placing it to his fore
head, liretl one shot. His follow -passenger
jumped b.ick ami ran out.
A man who was iu an adjoining
bunk jumped up ami walking up to
Morris found him breathing heavilv.
The pistol was found lying loosely
iu his right hand. The chief ollice'r
was called and 011 examination a
hole was found iu Morris' forehead,
where the bullet had entered. The
missile had gone through his head.
Although uucoifcioiis, he was
breathing heavily, lie was taken to
the Queen's Ho-pilal, where his
head was bandaged. When In re
covered consciousness Morris made
several attempts t. tear the band
ages oil. I'lieie s very little hope
of his recoveiy.
The betlclot he. which the man
Used on the Moauier will be lie
There wa. no change iu M irris'
condition at .'I o'clock Ihisafteriioon.
THE PACIFIC CAHLE
I Propound Koutu ot tho Int.tniiitioiml
, Lino Spccuil AdviviitaguN ol tho
Contuiupl.ittiit Vivucouvur Conuec-
, In the course of att interview ou
I his ret in n io Tasmania fioui Kuropo,
j Mr. Atulley (,'noto lefoned to the
proposed Pacific Cable. He said
1 that the "roiiln proposed by the gov
ernineiitsof Franco, Germany, Aine-
rica and other cniutno., ami in
1 which Kuglaud is invited to join, is
to have an international Paeilie sor
vice via Vancouver island. Knglaud
laud these colonies will find il to
their iuleiest to join. For one thing
It will reduce the prices of iinliliaiy
messages to about .1.. per word. The
project is now virtually assured
Ilc.iiles tint lowering of existing
rales, each of thegoverutui'iits inter
e-ted would bo able to s mil its uics
sages free in each year to the extent
of Its guaiaulce of interest. The
idea i in V01111I0 up' Australia with
North America, starting from
Queensland and proceeding via Fiji,
Samoa. Panning island 'one of the
Polvuesian gioiiin, Honolulu 11 ho
capital of the Hawaiian kingdom),
and thence to Vancouver The cost
will be about two million.
' "To show you how it is impossible
to go through the Pacific without
going outside the llrill.li sphere of
inlluence," says Mr Coote, "let us
start with Fiji. Thai is a crown
colony belonging to Kuglaud, but
virtually lo New South Wale-; Sv
nma. the next point, is under the
protect nut of Kiigl.iuil, America
ami Germany, ami then we have
Hawaii iimler the prolecliou of
Kuglaud, Prance ami merica ami
Hawaii Is ah-olutolv the key to the
whole of the Pacilie ocean The
ocean Is being well survey ell. and We
areipute satisfied With the depths
111 nearly every instance. The bot
tom of the oceail lilts been proved
lo In almost pure bluest, me, ihe fish
deposits of nullum- nf yeai.. The
liine.liiue is again covered with .oft
on", and the cable, in. lead of lying,
as in many instance., in the vwiioi.
Will lie iu the tin", ami flee frnlli
the lore, Inr. which eat Ihecatile"
I'll' 'Hi. I l',, l
lady al Tonley-. li, wa very
sick w it h lulu n. coin' when ,M C
Tlslel, a plnllliuelit merchant nf Ihe
town, gave her a bullion! Cliambei
lain". Colic, Clmleia ami Diaiiho-a
Ifi'inedy llesavs she was well in
Initv mum! . allot taking the Mist
dose Fm sale by all dealers lieu
soil, Mllilli Cn, Agents fnl the
A Wise Muvu,
On Tuesday evening the main
body of Honolulu's best theatre
pal rons attended the reception and
coiiseoimntly missed the production
of D'Knnery's "Celubrated Case," a
powerful drama full of human inter
est. On learning of its excellent mount
ing a large number importuned
Malinger Dailoy to repent the play,
and iu deference to their wishes it
will be seen fur a second time to
night, aud society will again crowd
the reserved portion of the Opera
Do not ho fooli'il this,
your, tlif owners and
trainer.", of line Moek
hIiouM have the very be.-,!
inality of feed for their
horses. The nnly place
for ntieb is the .....
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DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
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Corner (neeii and Niiiiaiin
Tlais Evening !
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Positively Last Week
Thursday Evening, Hay 24ih:
"The Celebrated Case."
Friday Evenly Hay 26ili:
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00 Fort Strowt, Honolul
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
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Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
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Summer Dress Goods !
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
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Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
French KTici Slioe at $2.25.
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proprietor of llu- IIav.iia.I.iaksk Ha..aii, llutuUti'vut'
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Beginning- Saturday, May 12th,
W K IN Mill
Grand Removal and Clearance Sale
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