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MONDAY, AUG. 13, 1894
Saturday, Ang. It.
8tmr Waialcalo from from Hmakna and
Stinr MokollI from Molokal and Lannl
Sl'SOAT, Aug. 12.
Am schr V II Talbot, Blubm, Irom New
Btmr Miknhala from Kauai
Btmr Claadlne from Maul
BtmnAY, Aue. 12.
U 8 F 8 Philadelphia, Darker, for Han
Monday, Aug. 13.
rlttnr Iwalani for Lahatna and Honokaa at
Btrur Kaaln for Knptin
VnmIi leaving To-morrow.
Htmr Ktnaa for Maul and Hawaii at 2 n in
btuir Walalcale fur Lalmlfia and Hamalcua
at 4 n m
Btmr MlKahala for Kannl
Htiur Olaudlne fur ports on Maul at 5 p rn
Btmr 1 walnut for Kauai at S ptu
Cargoes from Island Porta.
Btmr Walalealo 109 bag nugar, 23 head
cattle and 10 bdls hides.
Btmr Hlkahala 177 lags Mipar, 41 hags
rice, 'JO hags peanut, 2u hid molosies,
10 bdls hides, and W pkgs sundries.
Bttnri'landlnr 1210 ltg siinr. 2(53 bags
fotators, I5l bag corn, 60 head entile,
I hogs, I liors, '2.11 c ki lumber, OS
pkgs bides, 02 pkgs sumlrles.
From Kauai, tiernmr Mlkahnla, Aug 12
-W F Allm, (i 1) Oilman, A M Sjir.nll,
Miss Macfarlane. MIm Wtdcniann, (1 (lor
wan, W CroHOll. U Carter, K Carter
llllhop WHIN and wife. W Wright, Miss K
llluke, Mrs Jarksou and to deck.
From Mul, r tluir Claudlne Aug 12
O P Wilder and wife, MIm Vnla, MIm
Htn Wilder. W 11 Cornwall. J II H Ka
lo, wife and 'i children, Miss Kawalntu, I)
Tooine r, H 1 revetien, llev J Olabe. O W
Uray ftro Mlrhael, llto Alfred, HSTrcj
loan, A Itimhhnltf, W B ltuwell D Ka
nuha, K W Maefarlano .V. Hon. Slim A
Wliltller, Mr OhrlstlMifPti (loo Tang Bee,
Mnn Wa, B Ahiul. Hop Yuue, Y Alan and
The Tlrltlh bark Dara left 1'ort Clarablo
July H7 for Sydney.
The American showier W. It. Talbot,
Captain Wm. U llliihin. arrln-d cter
day 30du)s from Newcastle, N.8.W , with
I3u0 tons ol roal fur Allen ,V lluiiluon.
OltDWAY-In Ban Franclivo, July SO.
1HJI, Kohert Jark'on Urdway, of drop
sy, aged lUyeuri-, a ntlro of llolfaat
Maine. Father of Wl Ham V,, (Jeor.-o
A.and U. J. OMway ol thl dly.and
Mr. A. l.ydUttoI bin Francisco.
The guessing contest in
over. The Dress Pattern was
won by Muh Teua limns,
who, though the ueurest on
her guess, was 3.00 below the
value, while Mrs. Harry Le
wi, who wins the second
prize, was 310 over the va
lue. Out of the 1G82 people
entering tho store dm ing the
week 15Utt won prizes in get
ting out and out bargains:
1663 people purchasing goods
out of 1082 entering the store
is touching high water mark
The goods and prices have
done it, and show conclusively
that you know where to g. t
your money's worth.
This week Embroideries,
Laces, Fedora, Real Torchon,
Vulencien, Mack Spangled
and Beaded Lnccs in latest
novelties. Also wo want to
call your special attention to
Ladies' Ribbed Vests in Cot
ton at 10 cent", 12A cents, 15
cents and 25 ctnts; these
have only to be looked at to
cause you to buy thura.
Pine Pure White and Egyp
tian Lisle at 75 cents. All
wool Ribbed Vests in White
und Natural Colors, Silk
Ribbed Vests and Merino
Low Neck, no
High Neck, sleevis; they
are beauties and now goods.
We open a large stock of
New Goods brought by the
"Australia," the lust of this
MtHihank'a' Home, ioruti liutii
ami Ntiuanu trtt. Loilging bt
tiay, wik or month. TWmn: iiTi anil
GO cent per night) II aud 11.25 per
COOAI. AMD GENERAL NEWS
The Anchor disponses patter lirnn
nou iu punches, lutnonados or on the
Capt. Mirtntyro is thanked for
lato San Fraueisuo and British
J. J. Egan reserves his spnoo in
this paper for an intfroitiug an
nouncemoDt. Two Cliinmuon woro fined S10
each in the District Court to-day
Messrs. Ordway received tho ?ad
news of the doatlt of thuir father by
the Australia's mail.
There is nn important notico else
whoro from tho librarian of the II.
L. & R. II. Association.
TTarry Wilder nttd Percy Lishman,
two of tho Crescent players, leavo
on tho S. S. Australia for tho Coast.
Mr. Oorhain D. Oilman and wife
aro at tho Hawaiian Hotel. They
are booked to luavo by tho Mariposa
on tho 23d;
Profosor Bradley has now twenty
pupils although only hero about
three months. Ho has about ten
vacancies yet unfilled.
II. M. Whitney has placed on ex
hibition an nlliuator pear weighing
two aud a halt pounds, grown on
his promises at Kewnlo.
Next Saturday evening tho Greek
Hercules will astonish tho public at
tho Opora Houso. Reserved seats
ar procurable at Mr. Levey's olllco.
Tho government band plays at
Emma Square this evening It be
ing moonlight week tho band will
give a concert lator at Mnkeo Island.
Captain W. B. Godfrey, manager
of the 1. 1. S. N. Co., leaves on tho
S. S. Australia for San Francisco.
Mrs. Godfrey and family accompany
Seven natives, men and women,
pleaded guillv iu tho District Court
today to tolling swipes without a
license. Sentence, as usual, was sus
puuueu iu each caso.
In a card elsewhero tho Messen
ger Servico announces it has mount
ed its messuiigurs on Columbia
bicycles. This Is highly enterpris
ing and deserves liberal patronage.
Tho young men's society will meet
in tho Y. M. O. A. hall, upttairr, at
7:30 o'clock to-morrow evening, for
tho purpose of adopting a const it u
tiou and by laws. A full attendance
Miss Lena limns won first prize
and Mrs. Harry Lewis second, in U.
l Elders ft Co.'n guessiug contest.
The llrm quotes prires of goods
elsewhere, to save people the trou
ble ol guessiug them.
A grand concert may be expected
iu September. Professor Bradley t
now superintending extensive pre
parations for it. A feature aud a
prominent one will bo 'cello solos by
the Professor, who hns tweuty
years' renown iu that linn.
N. Breham says that a Chinese
artist painting a sign on tho side of
tho Honolulu Soap House fell off
tho ladder, but his life was saved by
bit dropping iu n tin of roft soap
awaiting shipment. Out of grati
tude for his escape tho artist went
iusido and bought 17 bars of hard
soap for ll.'J").
THE PHILADELPHIA Q0NE.
After an Exchnngo of Gourtosloa the
White Cruiser 8atls.
Tho U. S. S. Philadelphia, as an
nounced in Saturdaj-'s paper, left
for Maro Island, Sunday morning.
Her anchors were weighed at 8
o'clock nutl, with her homeward
b iund puiinant Hying to the breeze,
nIiu made her way slowly out of the
harbor. Tokens of farewell in the
.liape of flowers and sweets from
the friends of the Philadelphia meu
were proiuse, boatloads lieing sent
out to her. Admiral Walker aud
stair and Captain A. S. Barker had
paid their farewell respects to the
government on .Saturday, and yes
terday morning Minister Willis uud
UouhiiI. General Mills calhd on
board. The flagship baud played
"Home Sweet Homo," ''Auld Lang
Syue" and other airs as the Phila
delphia plowed her way out. She
will probably mxko the trip to San
Francisco in less than ten days.
Prior to the departure of the
cruiser, George H. Green, oillcer at
the boat lauding, received the fol
lowing: U. S. S. Philadelphia, J
Honolulu, Aug. 11, 1801 (
Mr. Giikf.n, Police Oillcer at Bout
Dear Sir: Tho Ward Room ofll
cers of this ship desire you will no
cent the enclosed present us u slight
token of their appreciation of your
uniform courtesy in the perform
ance, of your duties on the wharf,
aud your attention to varioim little
matters of interest to them and the
ship. They wish you long life uud
llr.Mtv Clay Cociiuanr,
Captain, U. S. M C.
Hundred Dollar Fine For a Forty
Autone do Mudeiro, proprietor of
npiritiKiiis liqiiurH on July illht. Two
informer, Iruil. Mtm and JVU,
jav Mi'doiros nwny to Captalu
Atulri'ws. Tlioy callod at thoHtorn
on .Inly illst nutl uhIuuI for wiuo, and
paid forty couIh for two kI',-,,"s
Somo of l lii wiuo wnt put into a
phinl and liniulcil ovir to Captain
Amlrowrt, who iiuuln tltoartust. Tim
tirtiulo was iiiniuiiiud Ity 1'rof, A. IS
Lyon inul found to contain 11 per
cent of alcohol, On cros.-t exaniiiirv
lion tho iiiforiuntlou was ullnilcd
that Put. Iihh only hftin iu tlm coun
try hIx uiontliH, anil that ho had
uoiuu Inicaubu In hoard that t hid wu
a lluo oouutry for yood tiuion.
tho Hloru on the corner of lierotmiia ' 'rKN'IW Wll.l. 1IB llKtiKIVB') HY
atnt Punal.lH.wl Mr..,l m Hunt-1 ,f ,!': SKnTl"
need to pay n Unit of SI(M) in tho i nn ot 10 nVlock m , for Urn rnllowlnK
District Court to-uav for H'llinir . unrk: Tli ralntlni: nl the I'.ivlllun at In.
Foreign Jury on Waiting Orders
Batch of Now Lawyer.
Kaliaukaptt was granted a divorce
from his wife Puakinamu on Satur
day. Kane for plaint iff.
The Knmaioplli divorce case was
Yosumura was found guilty this
morning of assault with a deadly
weapon. Kaulukou for defendant.
There was no criminal caso ready
this afternoon, so that Judge Whit
ing excused the jury till 0:30 to
E. Norrie, seditious libel, and A.
Fitzgerald, assault and battery, are
nolle pros'd. C. Creighton for both
Sentences havo been passed as fol
lows: J. Doleo and Geronimo Moemoe,
burglary, fivo aud six years respect
ively at hard labor.
Ah Foo, for stealing a pig, one
1 year at hard labor and to pay S18.G0
Ah Kan. soiling opium, 18 months
at hard labor and SoOO fine.
Ah Hoi, maintaining lottery, $150
Chan Wa neong, soiling opium,
30 days aud &0.
Ah Tack and Tin Tiau, assault
and battery. 520 each.
Foreign jury civil cases will be
hoard to morrow.
Autouu Cloys, receiving stolen
goods, this afternoon withdrew his
plea of not guilty and was remand
ed for sentence. C. Creighton for
The foreign jury panel of 14 or 15
members tried llireo
cases on 1 ri-
day. They consider
lliev consider this a record.
but would rathor tnoro jurors had
qualified by taking tho oath.
Judge Cooper hoard cases at
chambers as follows:
Naomi Kaalhue was appointed
administrator of hor lato husband's
estate tinder $150 bond. Kane for
Accounts of J. P. Parker's estato
were approved. Hatch for executors.
.Mrs. laahao was appointed au
mlulstrator of her lato husband's
estato under (501 boud. W. R. Cas
tle for petitioner.
Accounts of estato of Mariano
Comacho were approved subject to
filing of certain vouchers. J. A.
M.toon, administrator, in person.
. Luther Wilcox, tho veteran
English-Hawaiian interpreter, has
been granted a complimentary
license as a member of the bar in all
tho courts of tho republic.
John J. Rice, certificated from tho
bar of Missouri, Arkansas, Kansas
and Nebraska, and Thos. P. Harris,
from the bar of Iowa and Kansas.
Iinvo been licensed to practico in all
the courts of the republic.
HoaUnl Boat Olub.
An adjourned meeting of the Hea
laid Boat Club has been railed by
tho provident, Geo. E. Board man, to
take place nt the Chamber of Com
merce rooms on Wednesday evening
at 7:30 oVIock. It is hoped that
there will bo a full attendance of
utiiinbers, as it is tho intention to re
organize tho club and put it on a
firm hisis. The inattor of building
n new boat house will como before
the meeting, and tho silo decided
upon. Sumo of the nieuiln-rs have
proposed that tho house be built
near tho Oahti Railway wharf.
R. R. Hind, oT Kohala, will leave
on tho S. S. Australia for San Fran
cisco. Ho will bo accompanied by
his wife aud daughter.
All kiniU of Vominrreial PrinHnp
irnntrllv rwmf4 it tm nUt nl th
HEALANI BOAT OLUB MEETING.
AN AnJiHJItVK!) MKRTINO OP TUB
IIuwani HoatOu'ii will lo held at
tho ('liumbi-r of 1,'oiinin no Itooins nn
I)SKHHAY KVKNINd. Aiur. la. 1'I.
at 7:"0 oYlin-k l' M, fo' the Kli'Cioin.f
Olllt'urn for tho t-nsulng tear
O. K JIOAltPMAN,
I.. Ciunnr, Ar'lne ScccUry.
Dr. John T. Hatzopulus,
The Grook Herouleo,
Will Rive a Won'erful Kxhlbillon of
btn-nt'ili, eiiiul uml mirrmtslni;
lilt) ft-UlHOl Samhiw,
Od Saturday Evening, Ang. 18,
B'htvciI So'ti can
ho e on red at
tint ollifi- ill I.. J, u vey.
"THE WORLD DO HOVE"
Aul no tines tho M'JOiiKr So viionhu
huvv iiinitn fit tluir Men-onyors en
rw They will illlvr I'unWac-Hiun to
.Vllh weluliti er McMnnuei nnli'ker tlinn
hy any uiher method ami much cheaper
.1 DON'T BE A CLAM!"
Huvh lime anil innie-v ly m-ing the Mm
L. M. JOHNSON, : : Manager.
Mutual SflO TELEPBOyCS -BII5S
I'urk. at l.itlhi Hrltiln. Ihn
n.iliilliiu lo hu iIciiih In n ruiHl anil
rtorkm iilikit iiiniiiii'r two eon c. with the
hext iiiniy ot Whlln l.-uil und lliilihuck'a
noiieii tin, .o i npHiiiiiiiy; ruiurui); ui
oiit'im nf 'iiil J N. Wi Iplit, that h to my,
nil iif tho Kiufiii-c work ImiIow the uhlnulini:,
InrlinlliiK mIIIiik, posts ami Itrwuii of walk
li'iullni; lo Kln mr-fi, four ir of ti'',
wntor nlosKt, lii-hli1, ami liaiiil Ntmiii iluur,
all inliir ll huh iiiii to ho nln'e. uml no
uiitvln: 1 1 Iwiiloin'j work to ho iiwnriloit
on tin' f'tli AiniiiNt, IMU.hiiiI ronirunt to
lu tliililii-i within hwMily ('.'"Hluy from
Ihutiliitii, Ti.mw nt' I'svMi.Nn (ini-liiill
ol iIih iiliti in lui lit il when thu ilrt iinnt
ol illlll'lin U lliiUlin I, anil tin-liilUni'H l
riiiiiiililliiu nl thti Juli In n kuoiI uml woik
tW Tito lliilhllng li 0in for linpoo
tiun at all tliuti.
1107-5V 3, N, WRiaUT,
MEET OV TBS WHEELS.
Interesting Bicycle Races at Kaplo
The bicycle meet was brought to I
a successful termination on the j
track at Kapiolani Park on Saturday
aitornoon. The grand sianti ami
grounds were fairly filled. Tho gov
ernment baud was in attendance and
played during the afternoon. There
was much speculation on the first
ovent, which was a mile race. Giles
and Walker woro the favorites. The
entries were Henry Giles, H. E.
Walker and W. Chapman. They
ended in the order mentioned, time
Second, half-mile race, flying start:
N. Halstead, riding a Rambler, took
the load and hold it to the finish.
Time, 1:21. G. Angus, second; H.
Third, quarter-mile race, flying
start: Giles won, time 31 sec; Dex
ter, second; Cupid, third.
Fourth, half-mile race, for boys:
Giro Nacayama won in 1:21, F. An
gus making a pretty second, and W.
Fifth, half-mile, open, flying start:
Giles led, but was pulled up at the
quarter post by Ruby Dexter. It
was nip and tuck till within ten
yard of the finish, when both rode
alongside each othor. Giles won by
one-eighth of a wheel, but the judges
declared it a dead heat. A second
heat was run and won handily by
Giles in 1:18 4-5
Sixth, one mile, 3-minute class:
Cupid won iu 3:02; Hapai, second;
Seventh, throe-quarter mile, flying
start: Giles and Walker wero the
only entries. Giles won in 2:18 1-5.
Walker entored a protest because
the polo should have boon rightfully
his, also because Uiles crossed his
track several times.
The final ovent was a ono-mile
race for novices, standing start: N.
Halstead won, time 3:05 3-5: H. C.
Hapai, second; H. Wilder, third.
All the winners iu the different
events rode the Rambler, and one
wheol won all the races. Giles'
colors, red and white, wero carried
to the frout and his Rambler carried
KAXXX HITS THB BXXF.
Vortuaately She Gets Off and Will
The steamor James Makoe, Cap
tain Peterson, went aground at
Kapaa, Kauai, Saturday aftorunou,
as the was leaving for Honolulu.
She got off after awhilo, but was so
disabled that she was moored to an
auchorago and awaits tho arrival of
a steamer to tow her to this port.
Tho propeller was somewhat dis
abled and tho smokestack wont by
When the Mikahala left Saturday
it was reported tho steamer was
Tho Iutor-Island Steamship Co.
has been very unfortunate of late.
Only a short while back the steamor
C. R. Bishop and schooner Mary B.
Foster, belonging to tho same com
pany, were lost.
Tho steamer Kaala left at 3 o'clock
this afternoon for Kapaa with a now
smokestack for the James Mako.
J. J. EGAN
614 Port Street.
Mr. O. B. Card
Made Over Anew
Chrenlo Moadacho Curcd-Weak
Lungs Mado Strong and Well.
" For years I had tick titadaches ercrr dajr.and
I alio had -rr nrnL luu. Since I hare
been UMng Itoo.l's fUmtiarllla, t hate
been vBitrt tr enird of tirndacliei, and my
Iunt;i aro ttror.s and well. 1'rlond ottea lay
How Well You're Looking
I tell t!irm It li duo to Ilood'a BarsaparUta. I
nm arn.tll In itiluro lister weighed oref
100 pound beforo ta'.l.is Hood's Sarsapa-
rltl.t, and at tho tlmo t hepan fiUng It 1 had
run itotrn to 85 pounds, but now I wcl;h
111',. My friends t'.iou;ht t would bo drat
loan nga, but I an pcrfeetly tvelh I am
unable ts eipreM tuy thanks for tho cood
has donp me' Mtn. C. It. CAnn, 1218 Adeline
Stre-t Ottttand, Cnl'.fornli.
Hool Piil3 r-ire IM.Ucr Ills, r.lllooa.
est. Jam I c. Iti.ll.'illin. PI U Itcadaebe.
rlOUBON. NEWMAN A CO., i
A cents for Hawaiian Inlands. I
FOU SAN HIANCISCO.
DIB Al HTBAMHIIII'
WII,I. I.B.VVB HllSOI.lll.U
fOR THB AHI1VK f'UT OS
Saturday, A.ug 18th,
A.T NOO N
The un.leriitKtu-d are now jirriiiml U
limuii Through Tleket from thPi I'lty to all
(xjltiU In the United HUtlon.
tW For further iiart'cnlar rr-xar.llnr
Krrlght or I'aimaKe, aly to
WM. O. IHWIN it Ct)., IO,
lin7'H lltioral irenta
PKH S. S. "AUSTUALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprlotor.
Partner Wanted in Oil Veneering
I AM I'KEI'AUKDTti 1)0 011. VKN'KRII
Work to orilrr. Woiihl like to k' "
I'artner In the btiliieiih, to lurnUli ma
chinery and, If iltf'lrahltt, Irani ttt- bu.
neai. llare water oer. HampeK ol the
nrk rail l mwii al tlo HnixrTlN tlll)ci.
HrM In, Wll.l I AM MNZKN
AYODNO OKNTI.KMAN KKCKNTI.Y
arrived In town, ilualrex a ttiiiiitlnu
In an oillco or eUi-wheni. Kx)ierhnvl
liook.keH-r and will aciiiulnieil wlih
1101 Iw CnrmiMlri.l.KTlN Olllre.
I'HKKK NKKl.V KUIV
iilalieil lUxmib at No.
I Oarden In. Htl tf
'PHKKK NIOKI.Y FUH.
L nlnhed Huoiiih at Wal
klkl on the huch. Terms
very reasontthle. Apply at
Imnplnnf KhhIiIoii, Kori tr-t.
ItlKJIII for HillKlC Ul'll'
lenmn pltiuteil on lii-rf.
tanla Htreet. IA mlimla'
walk from 1'oat Olllru. Adilroai "O.,"
thla ofllni. . nwi tf
VI WAIKIKI ON TIIR
luarUira (or one or two bin
.tie Ueutlemen. hoard oih
tional; tmthliiK lacilltleH rikkI.
limttf HITI.I.KTIS OKKH'K
J and Neatly I'nrnlbhed
OltatCC, OJIIKInilH UllW'ltttld
.'enirHl Union t'luirrli TH
Here tunla utrcet Hi(,'h (VIIIiik, LurKu Clo
wtH, riplendid I.hiiiii, und every conveni
ence. Kii(ii!re on ir.iiilf nr Mu'iinl
rl.iilnir oris Iw
Fine House and Lot
1MIK (I.NIIKHSiUNI;!) Ol'TKIItt Cull
ah thnt Kilie lli.ni.'.lnul on III.
niMllka aide ol lli'relitniit "tr.'ft, IOi feet
aat of i'enHroin trri't. The Uit dan a
'rout ol lui (let ami a depth ol III fret. A
(food liwelllnjj IIoiim. In itiHHi rei.nlr, in.
laitu I'atlor, Dlniiu'.ronin Kitchen, 1'iui-
IMriHiiim on mh ond lliH,r Then. U a ub-
UMilUI limn. I'oiiUlnltiK Two HiulK riKini
'or two carrYaiie, WimhI bhed ami Her-
(lood V..iwMii. Kntther artlculari nf
in iumiiii, a rervanm n w. mm iwu
w. n IW'II I"
n tM?!l 3
Adeline Black Stockings !
New Shipment Just to Hand
KT. S. SACHS
naio roal atreet, Hoxxottaltx
The Adeline Black Stockings
Are oertalnly THB 11K8T. The arn rery B'aKtle, Fnt Black end ere
absolutely 8tnlnfs. We have ihctn for
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
tn all Bites and Qualities, In Plain Cotton, In Male
Thread, In Open Work and Drop Ntlf b. . . .
Call for Adeline Black Stockings 1
VK A 1.80 HAVB THE
HKRMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranted Fast Dlack, for Udl In all Bites which we are selling
$2 On a lMieti I'alr.
SALES AND RUMORS OF SALES !
The number of mercliantfl who are about to
diBpo.se of their entire stock, for the benefit of their
fellow creatures, is truly lvinnrlcahlo and the utter
disregard for cotiKcquciiceH so far as tiny (the
nellora) are concerned is Another singular feature of
the day. Buying and selling Dry Goods is a pecu
liar business and one that requires constant atten
tion, and judging from the number of alleged
"Clearance Sales" some of our merchants must
have a stock of goods that are shoddy or shelf
worn. 1 sell Dry Goods at a fair profit and give
you your money's worth. If you are in need of
Dry Goods after the "Australia" comes, watch this
& S. LEVY,
Who has removed from Hotel street to Benson,
Smith & Co.'s old place, Fort street.
t07 111 81.. "Tlomn Block.
Wml Tela. S3.
Chinese, Jtijumose and Indian ( ;oi !
Indian Silks, Lucca aud Linens,
Japanese Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Scar!,
Grass Cloth, Itattau Chairs, Ktc, Kttv.
I3A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with CompeUMit Cutters und a complete line of Kuglmn and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OAHHMKIIKS, MNKN8. LAWNB, MUHI.INh
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats I
SOMETHING NKW JUST OUT
Trniikh, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Ktc, Ktc.
51-53 King Street
I 111 NUUANU stkeki
M KKCUANT TAI I. OK.
TIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED
, NKW HTOtJK OK
lOiNhmtirHN and Sergeb Just ltfMivnl I
SUITS PROU U UP.
Ory aootla, Panoy O-oodB, Lawun, Eto., Etc.. Ktc
Gent's Funiishings of Every Descnptiuu.
Temple of Fashion
Bl Eort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boys Clothing,
Urfa iMeftatat oi Udlti' and Cttlldrau's 8buM.
Large Line of Summer Goods !
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lirmvu and N hitu Cotlnna, from 8 to 'M ynnU, II. (ft) iior ultM'tt
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Daily HuUotui nO
11-59 ClDk St., oeir liouttei Si
P. 0. 8oi ZOLjlDtoaJ Telo. m P. 0. Soi KrJ.
& 407 King Street.
Contn per Mouth.