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MONDAY, OCT. 1, 1K4
Sunday, Sept. SO.
Btmr Mlkshals from Kntini
Htmr C'IhucIIiio Irum Maul
Htmr Jaiut)!i Alnkre from Knuai
Htmr J A Uuitilnlin from Knlaeuknlllo
Monday, Oct. 1.
AmichrOM Kdloffg, Ivansen, 20 dayi
Jroni Otny'a JIarlior
MojCflAY, Hot. 1.
Btmr J A Uumtulns for Koolan
btmr W'nlnlenlo for Knunt at ft i tit
Utiul Mokolll (or Moloknl mid ixinul
LOCAI, AND OK17EHAX. NEWS.
Tbo Salvation Army is koepincr up
its good works.
I Cut rates in liafjtrngo nro announc
ed by tho l'ncifio Transfor Co.
' 0. Stof-cklo lias returned from
Kauai with his talking mnchino.
MIks GonoviovoNannary will assist
at tho lomouadn stand in tho fair.
J.i. F. Morgan ioMios n notlco re
garding bills againxt tho Criterion
cigars for salo.
Vewolii trtiaviuK To-morrow.
Btmr V 0 Hall for Maul and llntrali at 10
Btmr Clnudlne for ports on Maul at 6 ni
8lmr Mlkahala for Kauai at S n in
Htmr Kaala for Walauae, Wnlalua nnd
Miiknlela at On lit
Cargoes from Island Port
Btmr Mskco-W bags rtcc a'd 20 packages
Btmr MlknlmU-7201 lint; mirm, no bugs
pla 11 liundlcs hldts, 3 cows, 4U pkjts
Btmr Clnudln 17 bigs rorn, 17 hum
brnns, 03 bags bones. Jill log (lottitoe:,
CO bag taro, l pkg tuiidrks.
Co. liavo Muxican
They are of the
From Ksiml rr tmr Jag Makio,
30-0 SUccktu and U deck.
From Urny'i liadmr icr dir O M Kvl
Ioik, Oct l-K J Wood, J Wiillrtco nnd (.'
From Maul per ttnir Clmidllic, Hoptoin
bo'.'W W von Ornwniuycr nnd vt. Mis
M Molmmu, A Harm", H I' Chilling,
worth, V A Itittlcy, T Yolxutnoto, Air
I.) ons, Mrs K.iapa, Chung Kim und U3
From Knunl porntinr MUnliala. Kept ?v
-V K. Koui-tl, K K ll.ill, I.T Keimko J I
BliuonM'ii.Min. K llcrtclmaiin..MI A Sli-1-don,
.Mlu tanlrn Jones, Mis J Kalilmt n-.d
child. MrsT Mok-nnud clilul, Mrt Wilder
nnd child, Mini Wallneo, M m llliickntind.
V 1) And & Co, A Corren, Kliulshliuu nnd
The throc-ninnkd schooner O. M. Kel
Iokr, Cnp'Hlu Ivaii'en, nrrlrnl if-iliy,
20 days from (tray's Hnrlmr wlih tit fol
lowing cargo of Innim-r: .'Ml, ltd ft. It. N.
V ,6i,im It denr, 7I.H71 T. ,t (I , nnd
10,0(10 ft V. 0 .hliig'es. TIiu cargo is
uotndgncd to Umors V Cooke.
Clifton Tracy dMocatcd his right
wrist on Friday while practising
Twonty-Mjvcu arrests wero made
by tlio police between Saturday
night and this morning.
F, J. Wood, a lumber manufac
turer, arrive! by the schooner O. M.
Kellogg from Cray's Harbor to-dny
on a visit.
O. Sibbald and F Naylor, tho
athletic trainer, were gotten up "re
gardless" a supus at tho play Satur
Aung wants to know how many
blank ballots will bn cast at tho
coming election of Seuators and Ho
preventatives? Tlio Hawaiian colTco put up by M.
W. Mc.Chesuey & How for the trade
isof superior quality. Grocers should
keep it iu slock.
Primaries to elect delegates to a
nominating convention of the Amer
ican Union parly will bo held ou
Tho yachts ilonnio Dundee and
tho Henlani returned from the sceno
of tho wreck of the Guo. N. Wilcox
C. W. Bruce, a .Hawaiian and n
sliipcarnenler by trade, returned by
the O. M. Kellogg from Gray's Har
bor, and may likely remain.
A lato Vancouver paper says the
British flaushit) Kovnl Arthur has
been ordeted to prepare for a trip to
CMIno In anticipation of n war be
tween Chili ami Peru.
IVter Davis for assault and bat
tery ou Vj. Wolters on Saturday
night will defend himself iu thoDis
tricl Court to-morrow.
lUOUAItDS-In this city. Peptcmber ffitli,
nlSllOn in., totlm wllo of Tlicoiloto
Itlvhnrds, Principal of Kniuolminchn
Hchool, a ton.
K0UIX8-At Nnalolm, Kan, Hawaii, fc-
temlifr'.'.'d, to ttin wlfu of Udwitrd ti.
Kohlns, n daughter.
KOIUNSON-At Mnknw'll, Knunl, on
ScptiMiibrr -t, l"l, to tho wife of Aul-
rny Hobiuton, a diiuglilrr.
Mottora in Probata Maitor'a Hoport
on tho Madulra MUtlon.
Judgo Whiting has appointed II.
A. Heen guardian of the property of
Leo Afong, a minor, uuder S."000
bond. J. M. Monsarrat for politiouer.
Judgment has been entered in tho
suit of Allon fc llobiuson vs. G. W.
Lincoln and W. C. Peacock, for
$1075 88 against Paul Muhtnndorf,
assignee Iu bankruptcy of Lincoln,
aud against W. C. Peacock, tho lieu
on whoso proporty at Waiklki is con
firmed. Judgment has been outorod against
tho same parties nnd S. C. Allen,
with a similar lien Against Peacock,
in favor of John Nott for $022.70
Tho petition of Samuel M. Damon
for probato of tho will of Malia Ka
uai was heard by Judge Whiting to
day. K. M. Hatch for petitioner; J.
K. Kaulia aud E. Johnson for Eliza
)fltb Baker, Elizabeth Merseburg,
Mrs. Baker, Jas. K Mersuburg, Oliver
Merseburg and Kaalani Wahiue.
Mr. Damon filed his resignation of
the oppoiutuient as executor under
tho will. The Court appointed John
A. Cummins administrator with the
will annexed uuder $12,000 bond, he
to advertise notice to creditors nud
to illo au iuvoutory within thirty
Houry Smith, master, has filed a)
elaborate report on the case of 11
Haokfeld & Co. vs. O. Brewer A; Co.,
W. G. Irwiu tc Co , Castle A; Cooke,
Thoo. H. Daxies A; Co., II. A. Wido
mann and Alexander Young. The
account of plaintim forthecot of
tho mission of P. A. Dias to Madeira
to procuro laborers was $17tiT.-12.
Deducting .'W00 paid by tho Plan
ters' Labor and Supply Company,
ulus $121 allowed by plaint Hi'm for
interest, the lnttor'n claim wus SUIM
42 with interest at 0 percent from
Muy 28, 1892. Mr. Dias' Bulary wn-"
charged at $200 a mouth fur 10
months and three days. The mas
ter finds that Mr. Dia stayed at Ma
deira longer than was necessary af
ter his mission had proved a failure,
therofore recommends a curtailment
of the balance claimed by ?S 12 .r,r.
This leaves $771.87 to be paid by the
parties as follows, witli six percent
interest as above additional iu each
ease: H. Hackfeld & Co., 183.78;
Castle A: Cooke. $l(!0.82j W. G Ir
win A: Co., Siri.'Ufi; T. H Davies A
Co., JB2.7U; Alex. Young, $7.nU; 11.
A. Widomauu, $l 20; O. Brewer A:
Co., S53.G0. 'J huso nuiouulK nro iu
proportion to tho number of labor
ers ordered by each lirui.
iiolulu Amateur Athletic Club will
be held ou Saturday next at tho
baseball league grounds.
Louis T. Ketiakc, delivery clerk at
the Post Ollice, returned from a two
weeks' vacation ou Kauai by the
steamer Mlkahala yesterday.
Prof. Berger and members of tho
band being, engaged to play al the
Opera House tnis evening, there will
be no concert nl Emma Square.
Hcgular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Hoard of Missions to-morrow
(Tuesday) afternoon at 2:110 p.
m. at tho Central Union Church.
Residents along Berotauia streot
complain of a scarcity of electric
light. They nsk if their taxes are
uot as good money at others pay.
William Sndcry, removed from
tho Kanunpali school for not taking
tho oath, has started a private school
and most of tho children have enter
LOOAX AND GENERAL NEWS.
P. B. & L. A. this evening.
Tho registration board has return
ed from a circuit of tho island.
Tho S. S. Oceanic from San Fran
cisco and the S. S Arawa from the
Colonies will both bo duo to-morrow.
L. J. Levey will hold his regular
rash salo at 10 o'clock to-morrow at
his salesroom. In addition to gen
eral merchandise, silvor and gold
watches will be offered.
Apartments have been engaged at
tho Hawaiian Hotel for A. Hottnung,
lato Hawaiian Cborgo d' Affaires in
London, who is expected by tho S.
S. Arawa from Sydney to-morrow.
The scribe of tho Hawaiian Hard
ware Company drifts from remarks
on tho penchant of pcoplo to offer
high prices at auction sales, to intro
duce some of tho most useful novel
ties that have reached Honolulu in
a long time.
TRIP TO THE WREOK
Nothing Further of Value Has Been
Recovered by the Wreckers
The steamer J. A. Cummins tn.ide
auothor trip to tho wreck of tho
bark Geo. N. Wilcox on Saturday
evening, arriving at daybreak on
Sunday. The steamer camo to an
chor near the schooner Haleakala,
and learned from Captain Kaai of
thoschoouer that only two boxes
containing pepper and spools of
thread had been picked up since tho
steamer was thoro latt. Tho men
on the Haleakala wero not ablo to
go near tho wreck, but watched her
from the dock of tho schooner. Cap
tain Kaai and his men stated that
until a "southorly bust or" sots in
nothing can bo done, except to lie
on deck and watch tho wreck. J.
Bowler, Fred. Harrison and a potty
olllcer from H. B. M. S. Hyacinth
were paisougor on tho steamer.
Tho steamer made two trips to tho
exact location of the wreck tluring
this last visit, Ou tho first ono a
boat party, Including Messrs. Har
rison nud Calway of tho syndicate,
was run over the wreck, which is
now entirely submerged, nnd made
fat to the uplifted main top-gallant
yard. It was a very daring venture.
Later on, when both wind nnd soa
wore stronger aud more forceful.
Mr. Calway nud tho boat's crew
again ventured alongside and made
soundings. This last trip was watch
ed very anxiously from tho deck of
tho steamer, tho whito-capned
breakers threatening imminent dan
ger to thoso iu tho boat. Happily
the venture wn accomplished in
safety and tho information obtained
proved that tho maiu body of tho
vessel is now uuder two fathoms of
Between $UI(X) and ?1 100 was real
ized on Saturday at tho salo of
goods brought from the wreck by a
previous trip of tho J. A. Cummins.
Tho liquor, of which thoro are
twenty-seven cases, was uot sold.
Icrofula In tho Nock-Bunches All
" C. T. flood & Co., I.ottcll, Mn.i
"Gentlemen i 1 feci that 1 cannot sajr enough
Iu taor of Hood's Harsa;arllla. For five years
1 liavn hern truiititcd with trrotula In tnyueck
tod throat Several kinds of medicines vrlilch
I tried did not du me nn good, and when I cute
menced to take Hood's Sarsaparllla there wer
largo bunches on my heck so tors that I could
not bear tho slightest touch. When I had taken
one boltto of this medicine, the soreness had
gone, and beforo t had finished the second the
bunches had entirely disappeared." BLAXClli
Atwood, SatiRerTllle, Maine.
N. IV. If you decide to Lake Hood's Barsapa
rllLi do not he Induced to buy any other.
Hood's Pills cure constipation by restor.
ins tho peristaltic nctiuu ot Ui ulBicotary canal
Ho"bron Drug Co., L'd.,
80I0 Agents for the Republic of Hawaii.
Tuesday, Sept. 11, 1894.
We beirin thin week with
New Goods, New Drss
Goods of every description,
Lawns, Muslins, etc., etc.
ThcfC new goods ne trade
winners us yon will agree
when yon examine them.
Some of the best bargains of
the season aro in these new
HAS NO EQUAL
ron tiik uapid cent: ok
It will relievo
tho limit ills
sootlm too in
I hrunc, loosen
I nud Induce re
l'or the cure of
Ini; Cough, Hnri
Throat, and nil
the pulmonary troubles to which thc)outii;
are so liable, there Is no other remedy so
Ayer't Cherry Pectoral
HI0HE8T AWARDS AT THE
World's Great Expositions.
USINESS Like Life
Is What You Make It!
ure innkiiig it decidedly lively, by keeping
everlastingly at if, evolving 1 he bargains that
make business. We have just made a . . .
CTjrMlnriiM nf rlioip Imltilli
ili'r'n Clierrr I'ertomt
io wrupi'-r, ml li klqMU In t
of our bufllei.
IHtlnn,. The name
-I. prumliK lit mi
tbo gUitut rcb
Hollister Drag Co., Ld.,
Bole Agents for tbn Itcpnhllo of Hawaii.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.,
87 King Street.
Sweeping Redaction in Ladies' Waists!
W'v are itatcriiillird to clear thorn out
Our $'2.25 Wai-t will go for $1.25 and $.().
Our $:).") Waist will go for $2.50.
tj These nro well nnd- nnd good ll'.tlng; w.i havo at pressnt fall lino of sites.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 16ets.
Or 7 ftr $!.) are going vory fist If you wontniir yon ni istcome soon.
The Mine wllli
Our 50ct8. Silk, in Slripcs and Solid Colors.
Wt have Jnst a few lengths left. H yon seen
Our Ladies' Chemise at 86jts?
Thl Is exreptlotinl vnlne, trimmed with l.ln;n (.nee and well made.
J3- S jhl C JC'aL fc,
620 Port Strpet,
Cat Rates in Baggage !
ItaKKftRC Checked from Hotels and Resi
dences direct to destination.
Trunks delivered load pari of the city
or on board steamer- tor
25 CENTS EACH.
All other freight In nrt-ordnnce.
He Huro and rlnjr uc up.
Bell 203-TLEPfl0NB-Mat. 662
RwongSingLoyf SING LOT,
101 till II.. "TootDii Block.
ti 68 llB( St.. itir liiiiku It
IIIUl Till. 331 P. 0. 601 107.5 iMl tell- tW C 0. Boi Ml.
Jnst Received Men's and Boy's Snits !
Hoy Suits (elegant)
. 7 50
. G 00
. 0 00
Chinese, . I apanese and Indian Goods 1
Kinulpim nliot nnd killnd n lion be
loiiKiu to Juliu lliiin, mul vnliiid
nt j l.iiO. on Friday niht. llo wa
nrri'stL'd aud clmryod uitli mnllcloun
Ayor's iiii'dlchu'i nru nmong tho
oldftit ptnndnrd ri'iniMlii'S in th
world. Tim UollWltT Dnif,' Co., Ld .
tnt solo HpMiU fur tho ltupulilic of
Fiintf Cliuiif;, n (Jliinoso store
ki'cptir, was lined SI iu tlio Dintrlt't
Court to dny for n'llinjr ctlfrari yes
tutdny (Sm.ilay) tho hnmu uol ItuinK
a work of iit'ct'n.iity or inoroy.
Tbo ITouoltilu AinnU'iir Athlotiu
Glut) will iiui-t in tho Y. M. C. A.
hall at 7 oVlock this ovou'iug, for
tlio piiriiopo of a rattling tho nro
Ijruiu for tho coining liuld lueotiuK-
H. T Baldwin and V. Y. Hornor
will uroliahlv ho two of tho threo
Union candidates for tho St'tiato
from Maui. J. It. Iusipa. A. I'ali, B.
L Kaloiknu nnd 1. A. Dim aro in.-n-tioiitid
Two pistol Mints woro hoard in
tho vicinity of Tliomuitijquaro about
(i mi o'clock Sundny inoriiiii. Tho
iniiuntoil iintroliniiu worn hooii in
l ho locality, but could uot locnto
whero tho bliotH cutuo from.
id tuner, cau fur
KOK B.VI.K AT TIIK
Moohaiiicn' Homo, corum Hotel
t aud Nutiauu ntroot, LoIkI"K bj
v day, wock or month. Tnrmti: 2o nud
SOoenU ft uiKhtt tl ml f i.2T pr
G. It. ITnrritioii,
tud oru'au makor am
uinh best fnutory reformats. OidnrH
lsf t at llawuinwi Now Co. will ro
ooivu prouipt attuiuiou. All work
tuaratitt'od to lw- thn kmiii- a dun
Thoro will bo a uicutinir of tho
board of maiiui,'iimont of tlio llu
uiauo Socioty iu tho Y. M. C, A. pur
loro al 2:!H) o'clock on Wednesday
A full atinndotico jtt requested, as
btiftiuohri of tho limt importanco a to
11. V. KlilcrH A: Co. nhow thoir
ndvortisiiiK oulurpriho by a bold
stroke. Whoever proMUits tho most
clii'ckH, ih'iii'd with all purchase iu
tho mount tine, will the day after
Christmas receive a round trip ticket
to tho volcano.
J. Y. Chapman cater for ban-
ipietff, Rocials, private dinnerH and
garden parties. WcildiiiKis a hpecial
ty, Ho can b" found at all hourrt at
Saint Souci or will call on any ladies
or uoiitleiiieii who will address him
through the 1'ott Oliiee.
Tho church of Primitive Christi
auiiy continiti'sto grow and increaso.
I'uro chribtiniiily tiiiaccoiupumod by
politics or nodal grades Ih its rule.
All are welcome, Sunday n ghl Mr
(larviu gave a clear and lucid expo
sition o the latitude and longitude
of Christianity illuBtratod by diagrams.
Prom Captain to Bhorift and Other
S. F. Chlllingworth, Sheriff of
Maui, has resigned that position.
Ho arrived in town by tho stoamor
Claudino yesterday. Tho position
of sheriff will bo assuuiod by L. A.
A nil rows, who has held tho otlico of
souior captaiu of tho Honolulu po
lice force. Captaiu Robert Parker
of tho first watch succeeds Captaiu
Andrews as senior captain, and Cap
tain Rosehlll. clerk of tho Station,
will bo captain of tho first watnh.
August Hammer, customs olllcer,
has resigned that position to tako
Captain Kosohill's place as clerk.
At 8:.'K) o'clock this morning tho
newly appointed captains and tho
moil of tho three watches assembled
at tho Pollco Station, whoro they
wero addrosed by Marshal Hitch
cock aud Sheriff Andrews. Tho lat
ter regretted to leave tho force, but
ho thought ho would fi-ol moro at
homo ou Maui, whoro ho lias boon a
resident for years. Tho now sheriff
leaves for his post by tho Claudino
PASSING BASE PAPER.
A Native Fakir Turna Up in a Now
Puahala, tho bunco man, is again
in trouble. During tho past week
Puahala has been going among Jap
anese eudoavoring to pass Confeder
ate bills. Ho had iu his possession
nno twenty-dollar bill and two ton
dollar bills of Con federal o money.
Those who aro acquainted with the
bills know they aro not worth tho
paper thoy aro printed on. How
over, Puahala managed to pass ono
ten-dollar bill on a Japanese doctor
on Maunakea street. Tho Jap find
ing that ho had been cheated, re
ported to tho police and on Satur
day Puahala was caught. While bo
iug arrestod ho took out the two re
maining bills ami tore them up.
The fragments, however, wero pick
ed up and pasted together by Cap
tain ilosohill. Puahala is now charg
ed with (rroHs client.
Tliis Evening !
Do th-y not siiggeMt
A Nuw Dress i
"New Black DreHs Goods,
New Colored Dress Goods,
New Cotton Dress Goods,
It is a good time to look at
tho countless variety of
Household Goods displayed
on our counters, such us
New Table Linens,
New Cotton Draperies.
Yon remember that last
week we advertised tho re
opening of our Millinery De
partment. Well, the com
plete line of new stoek that
we told you about has arrived
ltihbons, Laces, Large lea
thers.Tipsand Whatnot in pro
ftinion and under the nianage
int). t of a competent milliner
who is able to hatisty the moht
.1. J. RGAN.
between China and Japan
will cause prires for their
silk f.ibricsto go huhcr ; no
country can light nnd weave
silk at the some time. The
price 1ms already advanced
and the papns state that
tho war it likely to be "on"
for two or threo years. It
behoove the careful buyer
to pirn li.ibo now We had
an immense stock of Japa
ikbo Goods ordered before
war Wts declared, conse
quently we can continu to
sell at the old price as lon
as our present stock ho'ds
out, and then thu V .r will
force prices up. Our last
consignment c uiHSts of Silk
Dress Goods, both figured
and plain; Morning Gowns
for Ladies and G. nt, tilk
Kimonos, Smoking Jack
et, S'nk Pajamas, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shad s, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., etc.
Hotel St (Arlington 111, .ok),
Mux. J 1', 1', Citi.i aco, I'reprh'trvss.
. It. IIAIl.l'Y,
A Strong Horse
IS THE RESULT Of IJSINO
Excursion to Waikiki
B OHJ2STTS I
Nutice to the Fnblic !
A Conin etc TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods ! Latest Designs ! Largest Stock !
SOLID OAK IlKDKOOM BKTS,
BOPAB, LOUNORS, WAKDKOUKS,
MlllUOltS, atOUl.DINOB, KTO., RTU.
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Hatting
I'rr Koll ot 40 YsrJs, (13.00.
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
Pianos for Rent I Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
lSucrussora to 0. K. WlllUtnt.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
OMITII Wll.l. Itl'N
A FKESII SUPPLY
DAIIEVS STOCK COMPANY.
Monday, Oct. 1st:
Thursday, Oct. 4th:
" A WIFE'S DEVOTION "
Buturduy, Out. Utht
"A NIGHT OFF."
Ilia 1'lau airtiii ut tho ullloe nl I. J.
Hay and Grain
Just Arrlviil pr . O. Wlhtf r."
(JAM. AND SKK I'S.
CALIFORNIA PEED GO.
Ciiniwr iumti A Niinnu Htn.
Both Tklkimiunks 121.
A I'lIKAI' KX-
fiirbluii to Wulklki. A llu Milt Iimvb
Irom tlmUld rlilni'bu Thiialit-, Klnu"lrret,
nt Kvery Jliilf ilimr uml Kvry Hour
(ilniK)tu llm Hinetrar 'J'iriiiliiiis. Wul
D, HOWARD hlTGdGOCK
Will rrsilliin his Inntriiullon ill
Drawing - and - Painting
At his Ktuilio mi Hotel utrei-t.
eininus ovtry Wolncbilay anil hatunluy
from H a. m, to Vi m.
An Kvd'ilrt; (Hick In Druulnc from nh
Jt'iitH mul mi iluls will hit oii'iii'il lor iIiom
who muy wixh to uturnil.
II iu Iu
Temple of Fashion
610 JTort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urg Auortsenl ol LadlM' tad ChUdru'i Hum.
Large Line of Summer Groods t
LarKu lint) nf Woo I mm at Jc. Flaunulottus, 10 yards for f 1.111
liruwn anil White Cottons, from H to 20 yards, f 1.00 pur piece.
moakHa QiiiBhams, 12 yards for f 1.00. Gouts' aud Ladlea' BatbiuK Suiu
Silks, Satins, Kernes, Lawus aud Dross Goods of every description
L. Q. BILVA, Proprietor.
A iitlontloiiM clioilld ti'
BOOM lib lOvilll.l'.
Building and Loan Association,
rpili: IMKIlM.AIt MONTHLY Ml! I IT-
X 1 1 1 K Will ll lll'l'l ! till' I'llllllll.lT III
Coniliifrio on .Mli.NHAY U li.NI.Nd, Out.
I, It'll, ut 7:-"J) oVIiH'k,
tm- rnyniKiiU uru rriinlrrd In Hold.
A. V. (ILAIt,
411 NUUANU 8TUKt1.
Importer ana Dealer in inruieai Dry anil Fancy Goods
LhiHi-h' Wurus ot evry dinorlptlim. ANo, (rush lino of Clilnete (looiln.
Pongee & -Wliite Sillc Fajaixias
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
Huht Uluok und C4it'tn ChinuHu Tt'u. Crupu Sliuwk, Eto.
tW lit Oiiftmnti'fd. i'rli'i'ii Modfrmn. -a
tar Ml-u.fu.a.1 Telephone
Daily Bulletin 50 Conts per Mouth,