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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KltOM AND AKTKR JUNK 1. Iwo.
To Kwa Mi i.l.
ln ve J'er) Oltv...,
Arrive Kwa Mill....
Lenve Kwa Mill .
Ieave Pearl City
A. Saturday only.
0. Hundavs excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted,
(J he gnUii iHrtin.
TUESDAY, MAY 29, 1894.
Tiixmiav. May a),
ritiur V ) llnll for Mnul and Hawaii at 1U
Htmr Walaleale for Ijilmlna and llama-
ritiur Claudlne for norta on Mani at 6 p in
Htmr Mikahala for Knual at 6 n in
Stmr Hawaii for Hawaii
Htmr Pelo for Makawi'll at 5 p in
For Knttal, tier ttinr Mlknlinla. Mav ?.i
AugHreler, MrSV Wilcox, Mri. Moril
con. For Maul and Hawaii, per stntr W (1
Hall, May Hl-Mrs Ilr MourlU. Mm Dcai,
K W Fuller, K W Al.liott, A II Und-ay, J
I' Undo, W T MoiKurrnt, C A Doyle, J '
.Searle, h K Hendry, and Utdeek.
Voasola in Fort.
VHH Philadelphia, Darker, from I'allao,
HUM HTakaclillio, Nomura, from Japnti
Am Missionary packet Horning Slur, Mar
land, from llio Houth Hean
Am bktno Jane l Htauford, Johnum, from
Am rclir Robert Huddcn, t'lilbcrg, from
Newcastle. N b W
Am bk Newsboy, Molleited, from New
castle, N H V
Am bk C I) llryant, Jaoohmn, from Sun
fclir J DTallant, Henderson, from New
castle. N 8 W
Foreign Voaaola Expoctod.
ritvunrt, from Sydney,
OHH .Mnrliual lluyward. Irniu
O A O 6 H tlacllu. I'fiirttr . from HononK '" popmnrtiy to any ninii on .until.
and Yokohama, dint Jluy II l ,, , , .. ,, ... . ,,
Ainbk Amy Tumor, from Now York, Jnlv , Mi'tnlinrs (H tho ISritMli Hoiiovo.
1A i lout boololy will not omit (ittuixliiif;
1,.,k VJ,t,Vi'i,,V'r'l'l,,,iVr,O0,,iJV,w!"!:,MIM niiiinnl inuotinn to bo held nt
i0!?' UvrK,l, A,.r 1-10 j JU y M t. A M1 KT,llrwlllj. 0UI1I.
The fuitr-maitoil barkentlna Jane I
Ktanfnnl In at the Ooeantu wharf.
W. White went hi purvr on tin V. (i.
Hall to-day. I'urier 1'oor taken thv Mlkn
hula. The svltoonrr J. D. Tallant will lie the
next vcMd to leave for Kim J'rnncl-io with
a iUKr cargo.
The nteantor I'elc Innven at A o'clock this
evenlnc with two hundred tone of enul fur
the Makawell plantation.
I.OVKJOY-In litis city, Mav isi. I6.1l. J.
H. Ixjvejoy, a natlvu nf ll6tnti, Miton.,
a!ed -111 year.
OT Funeral will lake plare on Hitndav
afternoon, at 3 o'clock.
WANTED PRESENTS BACK.
A Huaband Roba Hi Divorced Wlfo
Of Her Jowolry.
A warrant for tho arroHt of a Jap
named Tamanayo for larcony in tlin
tirst dogrco was sorvod on that in
dividual yoatorday morninp; bj ofll
cur Touin. Tho warrant road that
Tamanayo stolo a K'l watch ami
chain, throo bracolots, and a dia
mond ring, tho properly of his di
vorced wife, tho whole boiupr valued
at $260. Tho following is gnthored
from the oflkorwhomndotbo arrest:
About a month ago the woman left
Tamauayo taking with her the 1 1
jnnuiij iiioihiiii.-ii. mniui M. unvn
ago tho mau called during the a- '
souce of tho woman from home and j
stole tint jowolry. The womnu sus
pected the robber and caused to be '
Sssuod n warrant for Tamannyo's
arrest. Ho was traced to a house
opposite Kawniahao Church, where '
ho was arrested yesterday. This
morning Tammiuyo returned the i
stolen arl'cles besides making n '
inoueyo1' r, and the enso wax drop- '
Picnlc nt Remoud Drove.
A jolly crowd of twenty-two pic
nickers, including Mr. mid Mrs. J.
F. Jacobson, Mrs. W. McAllister,
Mrs. L. Nicoll. the Misses limits.
Mr. J. W. McDouald and Capt. Hag.
luml of tho steamer Mikahala. left
ou au early train Sunday morning
for Remoud Orovo. After tnliiiiL' in
tho siwIttH a tahle of tootlicomo deli
eaeies was prepared liy fair liatnU,
and all sat down with nppntito
whetted by the delight ful ride. Tho
party returned to town on the fi
o'clock train; after having enjoyed a
lino outing in a eool and trainiuil
grove, iindiHttirhod hy the iioiho and
dust of town.
If King Solomon was alive ho
would now Hay: "Gototlie traveling
man, learn his ways, and lie wise."
Mr. C. W. Battel, a Cincinnati
traveling man representing the
Queen City I'riuting Ink Co., after
suuoring intensely for two or three
days with lameness of the shoulder,
resulting from rheumatism, com
pletely enroll it with two applica
tionn of Chamberlain's I'aiu ll.tlm
This remedy is gaining a wide repit
tation for its prompt cures of rhett
iimtisin, lame bank, sprains, swell
ings, and lameness. fiOoont bottles
tor HttlO l)V nil llonlors. Itillinnn.
.Smith AtfJn.. Ai.uila fnr I In. WrvixIIiu.
. I 1 ' --nw"--- -" -'M--,
I LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS
Chostor A. Doyle lias gone to La
haina. i H. M. S. Cliampion will return to
' Hook Boer in bottles, two for 25c,
, The W. G. Hall did not carry any
Volcano pasHOiifjera this trip.
Dotoctlvo Larson pulled in au
othor Chineso vagrant last night.
i Atlirilftt. Drninr will rnltirn i tfn.
uai on the Mikahata this ovonine.
A now tinio table of Iho Canadian
Australian steamers appuars on the
E. 11. Hendry, manager of the Ha
waiian Hardware Co., has gone to
Maui on business.
Owing to the general suspension
business to-morrow, t lie B.jli.ktin i faror of t10,pooplo'l tco and Refri
will not be issued. j gerating Company, plaintiff. Tho
Tho Crescents and knmehamehas t ?iiiitop( action was an alleged con-
play on the diamond at n:) o'clock I
Tho bicyclists are in daily train
ing for the coming eveut on Jitue 11,
Hnwailau Derby Day.
The Constitutional Convention
will convene in the Legislative hall
at 11 o'clock to-morrow.
The public schools will be clo.ed
to-morrow by order of President
Castle of the Hoard of Education.
Attention of buvers is called to
the advertisement of Hop Hiug A:
Co., where a variety of merchandise !
Those who want to get the best
running are referred to ii.
Mrs. Fdwardes Moore is about to I
begin her second month' lessons in
(lancing. litis is therefore a good
time lo join.
Two deterters front the U. S. S.
Philadelphia were caught last night.
Ten dollars reward one It wm pocket
ed by the arrester.
To-morrow, May IK), will be Memo
rial day, mid will be ohcrvid in the
Iuxttai maimer, lioo. . tie Long
Tost, U. A. H.. leading.
The furniture of S. Ehrlioh will
i be sold at auction at the residence,
Heretauia street, by L. J. Levey,
, 10 o'clock Thursday morning.
'I'll red nuiiiiriU IkIoiik!dk '" 'I"-'
I Gny tnltlis were lronr;lil lo town
' from Wninltin tltm inorniiiic. They
linvu Ix'ctt .-tatioiiuil al Walkiki.
L. M. Wt lowii hucci'ciU A. I'.
ilopliti n iiiattniri'r of lite Sttrmilu'ls
Btorunt Kalmliii. H U not mtcoml
i. ..-"," "- ---;
I. Htt(,',', lntoly in flit itiiiploy of
tint Oi!tnniu SliatiiHliit) Co., U siiilly
mittscd Ity n titittilxT of friomlH. Ho
loft liy tho S. S. Australia on Sntnr
tiny, woolt or month. Tornta: 'Jit nnd
M) coiitn por uiglit, l nnd j'l.'in por
,.,, ... ,.
...,? ,1 I, , . . V'rTrmY"
j-Mniiui .uiii-uaiti ivoihtioii I IMS
moruiuKi for sclliun s wipes without
J. I' Morgnu will sell ltounhold
furniture nt the residonco, l'tiuch-
bowl stieet, between I'nlnco Walk
nnd Borctnnin street, at 10 o'clock
, Thursday uiTiiiug.
Tho baseball gmuo butwoou the
Kumehamohu mid Croscouts will be
gin al 1 o'clock to-morrow after
noon. Tito time was changed al n
meeting of the two caplains hehl
Antoue Wolfe, n hnckmnu,
pleaded guilty in tho District Court
to-day to having violated carringo
regulations by being under tho in
lluonco of liipior while in his hack,
und was lined .,.
"A Trip to tho World'., Fair," the
.intern lectures of llov. II. H. Itico
of Oakland, Cal,, will be given nt
Knwaiahao Church on June -I and II.
Thoso lectures are what oviryliody
lias boon wailing for.
An aged native woman is reported
to have died at Monnnlun yesterday
evening, n remarkable circumMauco
being, as it is alleged, that the wo
mnu was 118 years, 1 mouth null ti
dnys old. Her naiiie was Kenlakni.
Geo. W. UeLong I'ost, G. A. It.,
will start from its headquarters on
Ring street for Nutinnu cemetery at
2:HH p. m. to-morrow. It will be
e.scorted by companion of the Na
Prof. Hradloy will tart his propa-
""jttory hinging and theory class very
shortly, as mioii ai Ito reeeivea tho
naiuoH of a few more young ladies
and gentlemen. Terms", j'.'i for throo
months, Names tuny he left at the
ollk'o of this paper or at Mr. Hrad
loy 's riMiiluiicti, Kiikni llonso; after
May ')!, fl Emititi street.
1'erconn who nynipathize wit It the
i alllieted will rejoieo with D. E. L'arr
; of I2:i5 Uarricoit street, KnitHan City.
He is an old sullorer from inll iiniita-
tory rlietiniatisui, Itut has not here
tofore been I run hied in this climnte
Last winter he went up into Wiscon
sin, and in coiiseipienco has had
another attack. "It canto upon mo
very aettto and revere," he
,l.fy joint nwolloil and be-
canio inllaitnil; sore to tottcli or
itl ino-t to look ill. l.'poit the uruont
request of iii v mother-in-law I tried
Chamberlain s I'nin IS'tliu to reduce
the swelling ami c:t-e the pain, null
lo m agreeable surprise, it did
both. I hate used tliteo lifty cent
bottles nnd believe it to bo the llnent
tiling mr rueuinaiisiii. pains anil
yienll lllirj ,,vlmil li'..r ril.. I... ,.ll
or salt by
i ,l..nl,..-., It..u..,, .li I. a. .. ......i
I ..,. .11. ft .,tlliruil IJIHII II IV V IF, IIUUIIIP
I fur tlm UnwHiinn UUiidi
Business at Term- Electric Compa
ny's Appeal Lost.
A mixed jury rendered a verdict
for defendant just before noon to
day, in the ejectment caso of Tnlula
L. Haysolden vs. Wahinoaea. Two
jurors disseutod. C. W. Ashford for
the plaintiff gave the usual notice of
motion for a now trial.
Judgo Cooper granted a divorce
this morning to Kea against his wife
Kalao, on the ground of desertion.
V. It. Castle for plaintiff.
At 2:20 p.m. Judge Cooper took
the bench and adjourned court until
9 o'clock Thursday morning. Mixed
jury cases will bo resumed.
Justico Froar has written tho
opinion of tho Supreme Court unani
mously signed, in tho appeal of tho
Hawaiian Electric Company, de
fendant, from adecreoof tho Circuit
P.u4 f.. .......in.. ...r..HM.. :..
lra?V?r aH 0X(,1,nnK of promises.
I which the ico company claimed
, been broken. Judgo biting of tho
Circuit Court sat in placo of Chief
Justico Jttdd, disqualified. Tho
i Court decides in favor of the plain-
I tiff, afiirmiug the decreo appealed
I "Tito signature of tho dofeudaut
alone, whether vondor or vendee,"
' the Court holds, "is sufficient under
the provisions of the Statuto of
Frauds, which requires contracts for
tho sale of lauds or auv interest in
them to bo 'stoned bv the nartv to
bo charged therewith.'
"Specific performance of such a
contract, consisting of a written
offer signed by the defendant and
orally accented bv tho ulaiutiff. will
'"' onfrccil notwithstanding want
of mutuality of remedy, when tho
only reason way the ntaintlir could
"t "eld is Iwcauso ho has not
In conclusion the Court savs: "Tho
disadvantage resulting from want of
mutuality of remedy is not so groat
as might at first appear, for neither
party will be compelled to perform
until tho other has performed or
satisfied the Court that ho will per
form. Hut tho disadvantage, such
as it is, results from the statute,
which must be followed until alter-
, ed by the Legislature."
1 Carter & Carter for plaintiff; F. M.
! Hatch and Cecil Itrown for defend
DEATH OF MR. LOVEJOY.
Strickou With Apoploxy Ha Never
Hullloa - Wai a Union Soldlor.
At ih().i o'clock this inorning .I. H.
Lovojoy, nn old and ronpoctetl citi
on, dopnrtud to "tltnt hourtiu front
whoiii'M no trnvclor u'or rttturiin."
Mr. Lovojoy wni tnkon down with a
lil of apoploxy nt 11:1k) Sunday
nioriiiii, anil ho novor roKainod con
ni'ioiiiKiA until hits domino to-day.
Tho Into Kctitloman, prior to his
fltiddon illnosA, ntatoa that ho had
eoiiKosAion of tho brain. Dr. Ilrodio
nttondod on him nnd did nil ho pos
lilily could, but without avail.
'1 ho Inmontod goutloman wait born
in Huston, Mass., in 1815. Mr Lovo
joy would linvu boon 1H yenrs of
ago had ho lived to tho 2(UIi nf July
noxt. llo lenvoa bcsido.s a widow
nun two L'uiuirnn in tnia citr an
nKl'' mthor, four brothors nnd
throti smtora in Donton. Tho widow
i" a fiHtor of S. (J. mid 0. R. Dwiht
of Honolulu. Tho duroacod aorvod
I ' warliotwiwii tho North and
.SoulU. and wn.s n member of tho
Grand Army of tho Republic. Mr.
Lovojoy had been up to his denth
for ninny years in the wholesale
, liquor busiuess.
A brother of tho deceased arrived
, front San Fraucisco by tho S. S. Aus
tralia nnd took pnssngo on tho
stnmuor Kinmi for tho Volcano. Ho
wn to return to Mnnlnon, whore ho
would stay over. A letter, however,
, was despntcltod by tho W. G. Hall
this morning notifying him of his
brother's death, and ho is therefore
expected by tho Kittau to-morrow
morning. The funeral will tuko (
place on Sunday afternoon, ami bo
' conducted by thoG. A. It.
Half or Whole Mast P
There was a intention raised to-
dity, as to whether flags flowu for
Memorial Day should bo at half or
whole mast. It appears that in
former years some flags wero hoisted
one way and some another. Tho
question was not ollicinlly decided1
up till ,'i o'clock, nnd uowutowu
business houses will likely tnke their
cue from the American Consulate.
As tho procession of tho G. A. It.
' members to the cemetery is with i
funeral accompaniments, including
tho music played, tho proper rule
would seem to bo half-mast flags
' until tho return march into town to
1 quick martial music, when all flags
should bo displayed from tho tops
of the polos.
Narrow Kecape of n Ohild.
Tho uiueteeu-monthh old child of
ft i rm r ix it m
, window to tho ground, a distance of
.Mrs. inco. r. u red go leu out oi n
twenty feet, on Sunday morninc and
escaped with only a sprained ankle. .
It is regarded asau almost mirauulous
escapo, and the mother is very '
thankful that the little one sustain
ed no more serious injury. The
haho is getting along nicely. Mrs.
Dredge arrived from England on the j
last Australia in company with hor
mothor, Mrs. Alex. Young, ou a visit.
Native jurors are required to be
pro.-out in tho Circuit Court at (l
o'i lock Thursday morning.
BUITian BENEVOLENT 800IETY.
'I'HK ANXIAI. MKKTISO OP THK
1 IIiuii-ii llrNrvnt.r.Nt Hm im will lie
held nt tlit- V. M r
IvVP.SIMI, Ma) ;iit
a. o'i nil
at n ii'rloek.
0KYL.0N TEA AND JEWELKY.
I IIKO TO INI'llltM TUP. I'l'III.IC
1 i lint I liaviiOiinei tux rSinreat .No,
Nuuiiliu Hlroel with I'eylnti Miiituliielureil
I Jutsulry Mt with ltulie Stpiiiiirei, lVarls,
1 ele. Jitkt ru'eived roiuii I'urol'eylon Tea -
try It. AIM), levied lliiuil'liimle l,ui:n.
I An llmiicotloii of my lock U millelted
t - - ... 1 HYllltlH
i a-u No. im NnuVuu "iwt.
DIED IN GREAT PAIN.
The Fatal Result of an Accident to a
A Japanese prisoner, who was run
over by a car at Karaoiliili on Satur
day morning, died at tho Queen's
Hospital on Sunday. The unfortun
ato man's spine was brokon by the
collision and ho suffered great pain
until ho died. The following are
tho particulars of tho accident:
Thoro are several cars engaged at
the quarry at Kamoiliili carrying
stones for road grading. A native
is employed on the foremost car to
turn tho switch. On this particular
trip, Saturday, tho man was either
absent from his post or was too far
away. The Jap was standing noar
tho switch, lie ran over but, not
knowing how to work it, he was
caught by tho car before ho could
get out oi tho way and thrown upon
tho track. Ho was pretty badly
bruised about the face and body,
but his most serious injury was tho
severing of tho spinal column. His
funeral took place Sunday after
noon. The Jap was convicted of conspi
racy and his sentence would have
expired In ton days. Jailor Low
stated tho man was a very willing
sort of a fellow, and through this
he met his death.
not be t'ooli'd thin
year, the owners and
trainers of fine stock
should have the very best
quality of feed for their
horses. The only place
for sueh is the
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
DELIVERY TO THE PARK EVERY DAY.
Okfick & Wakkiiouhk:
i Corner Queen and Nnuiiiiu
$10 A HONTH
There l untlilng hetter
than a "Cleveland," ituth
lh! quite ho pood; ami with
the further Improvement
made In the three vittl
parts the Tire, the Hint,
and tint llearltiK It lr now
nlnily unclinllenpcnlilu and
uniippronclmldc. Should a
puncture orrur hv any tut
itiiial chance, the outer
cover can he slipped from
the rim, the Inner lube re
paired, and tint wheel ho
running attain iniide nf live,
minutes ISO I In a ' t'leve
H. E. WALKER,
A Kent, Honolulu. II I.
Maui Racing Association.
4th of July Races.
! Int Knpo "SFREOKELSVIhLK"
Itiinnlnt! Itaee. i Mile Daili. Free
for all Haunlian Itred Hurhea.
2i Itaro -"WAIKAPL"' l'l'HSE,
KutiuliiK Hare. ; Mh in,,. Free
,lil Ua.e - ' W A I II KK " I'L' USE,
Trottlnu und I'uelii,- Jtaee. I Mile
Heate, Iwrit 3 In 6 All horpe with a
reeord of BrAl or hetter to ko lo Koad-
L-nri weiKUiiif; uoi w man lie llii.
4th Koch-KULA" I'UKSE.ffrO.
ItiinniliK Itaee. H Mile Duli, for
I'onltiK It IiiiiiiU or under, to carry
fith Haw "WAILUKU" I'UHSE,
UuuniiiK Kaee. J, Mile and Itetwat.
Free forull HuhuIiuii II red Hon-un.
nth Haco-"yUEEN MLIUOKA
LAM" CUl I'UUSE.
ItuillilllK Itaee. I'.. Mile Until Kree
7th lace"COHlNTHlAN" KACE.
Iluunlu),' Itaee. I Mile Duili. Free for
all Hawaiian Itred llurM-s to he ridden
lij Meiuliern of the Anitot'latlon.
Sth liai I'HOTTlNii and FAC
ING .('K. I'lTKSK.
l Mile Ileal- ln'i.1 .' In .1 lo li.triin-v
Kii.ii in nil Imri-e- with no hetter re
eord lliuii '.':lu.
'.lilt lace-"KAIILLLM" I'L'USE,
ItUUUilll! Itiii'e. I Mllu Pai-ll. Pree
for all Hnwailau Itred Horn-.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
And Catarrh In tho Haad
Itr. W. T Tueker
"Keel that It Is Impoulblo for ma to lay too
much In favor of Hood's Sauapatlllx I wm
a peat ufftrar from Impure blood und Catarrh
In raj had. Job'i eomfortm tailed to comfort
in, and I tufftrtd from numerous fcIU
Agony Beyond Description,
When I btean to take ttood't 8arsparllt I had
tlx of them, ontr four of which cam to a head,
and etnee then, thanks to Uili good medicine, I
have been free from tlili cre.it afillctlc-n. I
ntned 1 1 rounds In thrc weeks. The Catarrh
In mr hend tvhlrh has troiiM-d me for year has
also Iraeo cured by Hood's U.iraiarlfla and I
Hood's x Cures
am enjoylns aood general health. I earnestly
recommend Hood's hnnap.-Mllla to all who are
amielnd." W. L. Tl-ckkh, Noctmrg, Oregon.
Hooo'a Pills cure all Liver Ills, Dllloua
aess, Jaundice, Indlcesllon, Sick Headache.
HOUKON, NKWMAN A CO.,
Anents for Hawaiian Inlandn.
A TEASPOON FUL OF
. 'C s I
n iii M -f"
m c- f I
' iC .,t I w
torSale CvcvVhcrC ki,p&S,','
niK AOKNCV Knit
IK WITH TIIK
Hollister Droit Co., L'd
BB3 Fort Btrat,
Where this Invaluulile hnncliold remedy
may he obtained hy tho
BOTTLE, DOZEN or GHOSS.
We have also the l,art;et Stix-l: of
Toilet Articles -Photographic
To lie found in the Hawaiian Island.
: IM.ACTIC.VI. - liCN-MAKKIt '
1 l- to inform MportiiiK Men mid tlm
Otineral I'uhlle tliut I mil irimrei lo Ite
nair and Itenovitte every tlt-t-rl it till) of
PirearuiN (Inns, Ullle-i and ItevolverM
nkillfuily lte-itiH-keil. lllueiii;uiid II own
ill); done in an hade. I'lr-t-ilnss work
iiinnnlil) (,'uurutileeil. 'utuiierr ireniitly
P.MOX HTItKP.T, IKtNtil.l'l.U.
MR. J. W. CHAPMAN,
TIIK tVKI.I. KNOWN
In now nreiared to Ciller fur llauiitlnti,
Krielal. Private Diiinor I'artie. WeddlliK'
or (litrden I'artie.n, ete , ele. He will lie
iledM-d tin-all itinn any ladle or Keuilv
men wlio uili klinlh adibi-h- (1 I'. U
DPUI.NO MY AIIHPMP. PliOM THK
Ihlandi-, Mr. P J. I.owrey will aet
for me tiuder full jiower of atlorue) and I
will not lx rem nihle for auv i'iIIIi' coti
triteted by anuiun ! in my name. Mr.
1 K. ('. Itowe will attend to mi) urderi. lilt
' al the nliop,
I-It 1 17. .1. WII.IIIJ.M.
Honolulu, May , IHU, nii:t
Dn in. si. tiii; aiih;n i. or unit
Mr. A. i;iiler from the Hawaiian
ItlamlH, tlie IiikIiiich nt tlili Itrui will he
I inan-tKeil liy Mr Htiitli (lunii.
(tibmed, 11. K. KIII.KIWACO.
1 Honolulu, May 'r, Ihui, lOIU-U
Headquarters for White Goods
3ST. S. SACHS'
sao Fort Street, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
NAINSOOKS In Plain, 8trld, !heck and Plalda.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN A 1,1, GRADES AND 1'UICKH.
DIMITIKS In 8lrlj.cd. Checks. Pliihls and Hair i.iii-s.
' INDIA LINONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CHAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, CREAM AND ECRU.
IMMRN9R VAIUKTY OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMIIKOIDRItY KD0IS09 In fiivlss, Nalnook and HambnrK. In
All Widths with InsortltiK to Match.
All-over Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Demi Flounces.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.-
Summer Dress Goods I
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
Bto., Etc, Bto.,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
French ICid. Shoe at $a,25
I have boon iiibtructvd by Mit. .1. M. ik Sa k Sii.va,
proprietor of tho Hawaiian .Iai-anksk Ba.aau, Hotol streot,
to soil Ihh stock of JAPANESE GOODS. Also, n big us-
Hortmeiit of JAVANESE PAPEK NAPKINS will bo mild
LKSS THAN COST.
Temple of Fashion
:m. a-. SILVA,
Beginning Saturday, May 12th,
WK INATOI'ltATK OHIt
Grand Removal and Clearance Sale
AT A GHEAT
tS5 On Jiiiii" lHt we open in our New Store Iciiuwn
as "KA MA1LB," 510 Fort Street .
Ml NLl ANT STKKET.
FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
NKW nJorK OP
Oaslimorcs and Surgos Just Received !
SUITS I"R,OM 14 XJF
Dry GoodH. Fancy Goods. LawiiB. Etc.. Etc . Etc
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
A PILL LINE OF
Ladies' Purses and Card Cases
Pl.o.vS SII.K PI I. I.n .i ti, two mre.. ft ,Vi and ..
Urfh-os jiict tho thtiiK for Snininer Wear, 7 yards for fl.lW.
fW In fact uo arc uliou-intf tin LarKont Slock of Nee, QnotU to t,
loiiinl in thia Marltot
B. F. BHLBES &c GO.
BOB O 1 1 FORT STRrSST,