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TUESDAY, OCT. 2 184
Tuesday, Oct. 2.
8 B Oceanic, Bnilth, from San Fr.tnclao
TUIMDAT. Oct. 2.
Am bk Matilda, Bwemon, f..r Port Towns-
Btmr W G Hnll for Maul and Hawaii at 10
8tmr Ulamllne for porti on Muni at fi p lu
Btmr Mlknlinln for Knnnl at 0 run
Btiurjinala lor Unliumc, Wuiulua and
Mukulcla Ht 0 n in
Vessels Loaving To-morrow.
S 8 Oceania, Smith, for Yokohama and
liongkiitiu nt 12 ni
From 8n Frnncltco per 8 B O'catilc,
Oct2-J F Hnckfold uud V fctoddart.
For Kami per rlmr Mlkihnl. Oo 2
Mli llxrio, Mr Bdiinltlt. 0 von llnmm
Mra AMHproitll, Mm A 11 Smith ami 2
children, Mr. 4 l)r Ciunptirll.
For vaul and lliiwnll per httnr V 0
Ils'l, (let It-Mr Itartliruii, Jcso ! Imi,
H Yaiiu, A MnkrkMtl, J ! Morgan, Alicunn,
11 Hi itncli, Miss Morgan, Col 8 Norm and
Thei!tBmer HI J iiirin nrrlvnl nt Kn
Friuwiicu lr mi Yokuliamn un tlic 2Jd alt.
Bliu b'oiiifht no liiiMrtnnt wnr now.
ThoMjlioontr W II. I'. IImjII nnd Imrkrn
ttno J. dm cmltli, both fr- m Hum lulu, ar
rived nt l'ort Itlakuly i.n the -Jit li (tit.
FOK THE HUMANE 80CIKTY.
1.00 AT, AND OEHKHA1. NEWh
Tin. Unlnni Boat Hub will hold '
a SDOL'i.il mrotitii on Friilnv nvnnintr. I
Tmt Collin'1, t ho Mvlrofo ftiilor,
was shipped off on tho batk Matilda
FiirrorR'o.Tutrio of tho S. S.
Oivanii' !m tho thanks of tho Bul
letin for fnvor.t.
TIiito is a rhaui'o for a hinpln gon
tleman to R't n cottage on l'uuch
bowl si rout at a low rate.
Enoitrn E. D. Steam-, U. S. N., hai
buMi iletaolii'd from tho Philadelphia
oud ordered lo tho 'I hulia.
Five nrroMa for sullim? spirituous
liquor without a licono wero ninde
between Iatt iiijjlit and this morning.
J. V. Morgan loft by Iho V. G.
Hall to day for Hawaii. Ho nas ac
companied by his youtiR daughter
Tho Government band gavo tho
utual weekly coucrt ou tho Execu
Uvo building Kroutuls this morning.
A not if from tho Minister of Fi
nance in this issue is of Importance
to all having bills ogaiust tho Gov
ernment. Tho class meeting in Thcosophy
conducted by Mrs. Third will bo
held this evening. All intoresieu
Tho lfoola nnd Uroulu Lahtil So
ciety will hold a meeting at tho
Mnteruilv Homo at 2 o'clock to
S. M. Kalzer and Frederich An
tiunion have succeeded Ludloff and
Harris n inemberA of Captain Kloui
mo'ri mounted patrol.
Mr. Ilirlliriin lofl by tho steamer
W. G. Hall lbi moruiiig for Kona,
Hawaii, in tho interest of a coffee
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
A Vicious Sport Started In China
Two Chinamen, with two fiuo
looking gnmo roosters, were brought
to the i'olico Station at noon to-day
by a police olllror. Senior Captain
Parker, after hearing tho story of
tho oflicor, had tho iiatnos of tho
Chinamen entered ou tho slate for
common nuleaneo. It appears that
Chinese poultry dealers ou Manna
kea street have contracted tho cock
fighting mania. Instead of having a
pit, however, the sports utlli'.-t tho
corner of Maunkeaaud Hotel streets
as tho battlo ground Hitherto tho
police have been nimble to catch the
men, as they have had spies nt each
corner of the block laying for the
cop. To-day thoy wero outwitted
nul arrested. There was n crowd of
Mongolians watching tho roosters
lighting when tho o HI cor mndo tho
arrest. Tho excuse given by the
men was that children had unlocked
the door of tho chicken houho and
let Iho roosters out without their
knowledge. Thoy will have to ex
plain, however, to District Magis
trate Perry to-morrow.
Hawaiian National Sand Concert
Tho National band hns tendered a
concert to Capt. Hawes, tho British
Commissioner, which ho has accept
ed, tho conrort to take place nt tho
Hawaiian Hotel next Friday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock. Th program
will bo published to-morrow,
By Jaa. K. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
Boston Lunch Rooms!
TO-MORROW, Oit. 3d,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
1 am lntrncd to ie'l ft Public Auction,
at the llottou l.uii'li Iooh iho t-ndio
toi'le of tiio iib'iVH well knon
Lunch ltoum, comprising:
LARGE REFRI iEIUTOR '
1A Tab'?, 2 dozen Chairs,
2 Lirfjn 8lio ci'U.'i, l)-k,
1 I'oiiibuiHtlon Kile, Ion l!nin Frioers,
t'ruckcry,Glaskiiri.', Rltchiii L'tcnsils,
1 Hand Sewing Machine
1 Vhll BdwIiiK Muidilne,
1 Home tiv n lluihti.t',
btwhiK and Mrchlnu Bpool Cidtuii,
POXPOHS, CHENHLLE, AKRA ENB,
" Flllosellu Bilk,
1 Shut (Inn, H.illard IM1-, l'.irlor Itlilo,
l.ar, o Abnrtmrnt ( uriildncs,
Lot ol llud Liiivii, CutUry unit lilassrs,
1 H'lSon 8D1 Davis Seel RdDa).
Etc i:to., ntc, i:tc.
Jels. W. Morgan,
A Strong Horse
IS THE BU3CLT OF USINd
V. B. Aili did a lino business in
photograph painting on Kauai. Ho
had lo return to town fur material,
and noes back to Ihn garden isle by
tho Mikuhaln this evening.
Tho Young Hnwaiiiius' Institute
will hold their regu'nr meeting in
tho Y. M. C. A. hall nt 7:250 o'clock
lo morrow (Wednesday) evening. A
full attendance is requested.
At 10 o'clock lo-inorrow, Jas. F.
Morgan will sell out tho Boston
Lunch It'iumx. Itcforeiico to the
bill in this paper will show many
desirable liousehold articles.
Col. Chas. F. Crocker and D. O.
Mills are through pasngers ou tho
S. S. Oceanic for Yokohama. They
nro en route around tin world, uud
intend pacing tho winter iu Eyypt.
Lieut, .las. Mitchell, of tho United
State-. Army, wnlolud tho drilling of
. t. ll-t u....u. l.. ..I....
Uu. Ht I'll A .11.1111 riii.iri i;niuiiiut,
and when Iho command tttacked
arms for rest tho iiitnr had a con
versation with Capt. Ziegler.
Peter Davis, a notorious character,
was found guilt v of usault and bat
lery on Et. Vnler.s in tho District
Court lo day nnd was sentenced lo
pay a fine of KM The n'mull took
place ou Snturd'iy Inst in tho I'.tciu'c
The challiMigo of Captain Kid
well, of the sharpshooter', has been
accepted by (Japlaiii Uood, ami n
match of lllty rounds each fnrSoflO
a side ill let shot iu tint near future.
Captain Good prefers to hnvu tho
match take place on Saturday.
Dalloy's Stock Co. gave n pleasur
able rendition of "The Flayer" last
They kept the audience iu
almost continuous ripple of
laughter. Mottimer Snow received
an ovation every time ho appeared.
The support was tiptop all around.
Thursday evening "A Wifo'n Duvo
tiou" will bo presented.
S 'ver.nl Chinese state that after
the departure of Sheriff L. A. An-
drew by tho Clauliun this ev.ming,
gambling among their countrymen
will again be rampant. Doting tho
latter part of Mr. Andrews' incum
bency as snnior captulu of police
the Chinese pakapio and cho fa'
fiends fought shy ot tho gamed, for
fear of arrest by tho captniu.
A native womnu, morn or le.-w
under tho iulltemco of liquor, win
found lying on thonldewall: on King
stieel Inst nightwilh an infant in
leir nrms. Slio was picked tip and
taken to the Police Station and
locked up. When searched Sol was
found in her pockets. It was n lucky
tiling tho woman was fouud by the
G. V. C. Shutter and wife of St
John, Kuusax, arrived by tho Mari
posa, liaing come to the islands for
Mrs. ShutterV hwdth. Mr. Shutter
is a lawyer uud lias boon a member
ot I lie iCepuliiieuu Stnte Comuiiltfo
of Kansas. lie carries warm testi
monials to his profo-binnnl uud per
sonal worth, from S.'untor lugulls,
the Governor nnd the Chief J notice
of hih State, besides other notables
includiug l'rcbidont Cleveland.
O. & O. S. S OCEANIA.
San Francisco, Sopt. 25.
I Per 8. 8. Oceanic.
THE ORIENTAL. WAB.
ri-An of ncssiAN iNTEnrcnENcc.
I is reported from St. Petersburg
that Chine." attacked a station ou
tho Siberian Railway, plundered tho
telegraph ollico and killed eight
Itnssinti employees. It is feared that
tho Jittssian Government will make
this a pretext to interfere in tho
struggle between China nud Japan.
TROOr-3 LANDED AFTER ALL.
A letter from Tieu-tsin says tho
Chinoso fleot landed 7000 troops ou
tho bauks of tho Ynlu in spito of tho
attack of tho Jnpaneso squadron.
The Chinoso ships wero short of am
munition and wero ordered to ram
the Japaneso ships, but thoordor
was too late.
The British steamer Irene from
Hamburg, loaded with largo quan
tities of munitions of war, safely ar
rived at Taku and lauded her cargo.
Tho Chitiew force ou tho Yalu
river is estimated at 2800, in aShang
hai despatch, but many are raw levies
and they aro badly armed. Tho loss
of field i'uu, rifles and ammunition
nt I'iug Ynug has greatly embarrass
ed the (Jhlueso war department.
It is recognized a battle must bo
fought on the Yalu, and thoCliiuo'o
aro straining every nerve to retrieve
tho disaster at Ping Ynug.
Nino Jnpaneso gunboats aro
stationed nt the island of Yatantnu
watching the mouth of tho gulf of
TO MARCH ON rCKIN'O.
China is willing to agree to a com
promise, according to n Toldo des
patch, but Japan insists on war. A
great Hoot of transports to carry
10,0C() troops is to sail in a few days
from Japan. Tho destination is kept
(i secret, but it is surmised an at
tempt will bo made to march direct
Minbra, a Japanese naval con
structor iu Londou supervising the
const ruction of two warships of
14,t!00 tous each, says ho thinks
everything points lu the direction
of a march to Poking. Un thought
tho war would terminate before win
ter. Au extra session of tho Japauoso
Parliament is couvoked for October
b". It is saitl tho session cannot
checlt or otherwise auvct I no war,
furred (hat tho declaration of war '
would be followed by a great popu-
l.tr uprising on tho part of tho .
Coreans. Tho exact opposite hns
been tho result. Wherever tho Japa-
nnsn bavn nnnnared thov liavo boon
received with sour looks, nnd food J
ami lorogo navo noen itiriusncu oniy
under compulsion. No information
that (hey could depend upon has
been given to tho Japanese, whilo
they have complained that every
movo of thoira hns been watched
hid reports sent off by swift couriers
to tho Chinese commander. It is
reported (hat over 80,000 Coreans
havo applied to General Yeh, tho
commander of the Manchnriau
troops, for arms and ammunition,
but only L2.000 havo been supplied
thus far. A body of 3000 Corean
troops from tho proviuco of Ping
Ynug joined tho Chinese, army as
soon ns it reached tho Tatuug river.
A Yokohama despatch speaks of
tho wildly exaggerated reports of
tho war received there front America
and Europe. It adds that the Jap
nueso Government givos out no
iinws without having it thoroughly
tested. Nothing will bo given away
nbout (ho operations near Ping
Yang. If heavy disasters befel tho
Japanese, however, such as aro dally
proclaimed in China, it could nut
posibly bo kopt secret.
Less than forty Americans nnd
Europeans remain in Corea. apart
from tho guards at (ho legations in
Seoul. Before tho war 7000 small
Japaneso merchants nud nbout 700
Chiuofo lived at the open ports.
Now tho Chiueso havo mostly disap
peared and tho Japauofo await
The Foreign Department of Japan
has uiveu uotico that duly accredit
ed newspaper correspondents may
hereafter accompany (ho military
forces of tho umpire nnd will receive
all the consideration that can reason
ably bo given by commanders.
A Washington despatch says tho
Nnvv Department is gradually lead
ing up to tho poiut of n big uaval
demonstration in Asiatic waters.
The Yorktowu has been added to
the liM ordered lo that station.
Naval ofllcers aro irritatod over
tho resolve ot Secretary Herbert not
lo detail any or tiiem to roport on
the movements of China and Japan's
wntships. They say this is tho first
opportunity tho world has had to
compare tho merits of modern war
ships with tlioso of older date As
to tho danger, which is tho objec
tion offered, they say they wont Into
tho navv with the umlerstauilini:
that their lives were to bo sacrificed,
Tuesday, Sept. 11, 1804.
We begin Ihim wtek with
New GocN, "New Dr.ss
G-ods of every di'seription,
Lawns, Mucins, etc., etc.
Thoo now goods iiu trade
winners un you will ngree
when you ixuminc tlicm.
Some of tho het huraiiiM of
the 8i'ii8(iti art- in thoe new
Do (ln'y not ungguHt
A New Divsh!?
New Black Urc8 (JoocIh,
New Colored DriB Gooda,
New Cotton Dres Goods,
It is a good tiuu to look at
the couutlofw variety of
Household Goods displayed
on oiii' counter, Btioh im
New Table Linens,
New Cotton Draperies.
"DUSINESS Like Life
Is What You Make It!
We are making it decidedly lively, by keeping
everlastingly at it, evolving the bargains that
make business. Wo have just made a . . .
Sweeping Reduction in Ladies' Waists 1
We are il'tcrmlncd to clear thorn out
Our S2.25 WaNt will go for $1.25 and $1.50.
Our $:j.o( Waist will go for $2.50.
Y- These sro well mau anil rod1 littln; wo have at preient fall llneolalx.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 15cts.
Or 7 to $1.00 arc going wry (nt. If yon Tnnt any yon nuist3im poon.
'J liu an me with
Our oOcts. Silk, iu Stripes and Solid Colors.
Wc have just ft few lengths M. Hav yoa en
Our Ladies' Chemise at B6ets?
This Is exceptional value, trimmed with Mnen Tice and well mad.
1ST. S. SACHS,
620 Fort Striei, : : Honolulu.
KwongSingLoyf SING LOY
tO? flDfi St., "Tboaitt Block."
Matoal Toll m
II -OS ClBI St.. Mir ImitM II
P. 0. Box 207. Initial Tele, 68ft P. 0 ttoi 101.
n tlu MnporornndoxtHMitivo branch ,r ... :.. i.,.i...ir ,r ii...t. ........
havo ll.um.lo poivor of loryluK nud r 'SUM f lU"lr:'Ju
A FRESH Sin'FLY
Hay and Grain
Jint Arrlvcil r"r 'S. O, WIUIit."
CALL AND SI'.K US.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
Oomnr Hni" Niuiaim Bt.
Both Tklkimionks 121.
SUo Drincs But Two PassonRera and
Th O 0. 55. S. Oci.nnif, Ouplahi
W. M. Sinitli, tiod up (iIoiikaM" tli"
L'. M. S. S. whatf at 1: !." oVIock tliis
nfti'rnoiin. Sliu Iff t San l'r.uicivo
on .Si'pl. -Titli, nt JkW) p. in. with
twenty l);i!;s U. H, innil nnd 1(11
pmntsiKx iiu'rclinnHiM U- iinj. nun
i wo nliin pihti'ii-'rH, J. 1'. I look
Mil, of tho firm of 11. UtckMd A:
(Jo,, nuil Stuitd.'irt, of Spri'kl-
villit riniitittiuii. Mn im in trnnoii
I IfiO tons of vMtfn, 1 1 1 !:i of iiiniN,
.M u.'iblu pn-MMi'iltl L'liiiiixuuud
JnpA. Tin V-i (rill- mII ro-iinun liur
vu)0i;n t tli" Uriout nt noun to
innriow. On tho i)'ijn;;( from Sin I'ran
iUco oni C'iitiii'M htiiur.iKo puniiipr
diid of couniiiuptiiiii, nud n )ap
nni'ci Imtl Urn misfortiiuo to liruitk
a U'K ly fu'i'idont.
Tho fri'ii tr.vli party In lim'ii an-iilliilati-d
iu tho Viitoria, Aiutrali.i,
"ilni-l; tin lippii"iiuiricrnrooo
curriuu in Viuiiun.
waii si:wa tauu.
A Clii'iuiilpo, (Joroa, oorrcupond
out hivs it is tdinoit ns dillk'iilt to
Kil nmvs of tlm wnr (hero ns il is nt
Slirt ulini or Yokohniun. Tho Jnpn-ni-so
(jovoruuioiit hns placed n com
plctt L'tnhnrgo on nil now ti'lo
urainx. ChiiH'so ollli'inl th'siintolips
aro nvoii moro nilslndinj; tlinu (Iioko
sunt by tho Jnp.nnoi'O correrpoud
outs. Ai'corditiu; to tho Chinoso ro
ports tho troops from Manchuria
liavo had nn tiuhrokou Mit'cision of
victories, nnd thoynro doscribrd ns
hltlitiK with umltloK cour.iK'.
11 would not ho Hdfo for a foroiu
rnrrcspondout to m lo (ho front.
Tho nuti-foroi;u spirit hns boon to
thoroughly nrouMd t lint n eorro
spoudoiit would (tiki, his lifo iu Iiih
nanus oy npponritiK nt tuo lroui.
Tho Jnpauo.o havo bccoiuo m cocky
Hint thoy tnlk and act i,s thoiili
they oxpcctrd to movo ou rcltiny nt
ouco nnd tunko n suzerain stnto out
of China. If thoy coutiuuo to 'niii
victories thoy inny f,ro ns far as to do-
port J'tiiropcniis wuo liavo not tn-on
Iiartiul to tho Jnpaiiooonusoor who
lavo critici.tod nuy of thoir acts,
wiicnu tiik ciiinlsi: .via: srnoxo.
A fow days no, says tho satno
Uliomulpo corri'3iomlentj eleven
Japnueso transports arrived nud
lauded, under protetiou of livo
uion-of wnr, about 7000 men. Ho
noris from (ho proviuco of l'iiif;
Vnu, which promises to bo tho
ureat battlo-;rouiid, say that tho
Chiueso aro iu full control nud havo
massed ou this sido of tho Ynlu river
upwards of 20,000 men. Mauv of
theno troops nro raw levies from
Manchuria, but as Iho Japnuoio
have uo cavalry it is not thought
(hoy can do very groat damnKO
should tho Chinoso bo poized with
panic, when brought for tho llrst
timo under tho fire of modern ma-
A European who reached Chomtil
po n fow ilayH ago from l'iug Vang
says thai tho proviuco is overrun
with tho Chinese, but (hat their
troops havo committed fotver out
rages than tho Japaneso. Tho Chi
nese havo bohonded two of thoir sol
diers for stealing, whilo tho Japa
nese soldiers aro allowed to bohuvo
I'LAN OF CAHI'AKIN.
As far as can bo loaruod horn tho
Japauoso plan of campaign is to
push on to Moukdon, in Manchuria,
should thoir troops will a decisive
battle nt Ping Yang or any other
point north of the Tailing river.
Xouo of the Chinoso aro south of
this river, but tho groat mass ot tho
uliineco army is concentrated no-
tucoii tho Ynlu nnd Tatting rivers.
From l'iug Ynug to tho Yalu river is
about ton days' march, nnd it is ox
peeled that another stand will bo
made there, ns Chinese orders have
been given to laud troops at tho
mouth of tho Yalu. If tho Chinoso
should bo defeated on this river thoy
would thou fall back on Motikdeu,
which is strongly foitilied. Iu (ho
event of tho capture of this place
tho Chinese would bo practically de
feated, a, unless winter nils iu very
early, nu nrmv by forced inarching
could rncu roKiug iu n iiiouiu.
trv or tho service.
Tho Jnpntioio Minister nt Wash
ington has l)oeu overwhelmed with
oilers of services iu (ho war from
General Ezota hns been released
from custody in San Francisco nud
left t hero on Sent, 21 for Mexico,
where ho will bo the guest of 1'iosi-d-jnl
Itrnzil hns abrogated her recipro
city treaty with Iho UnllodS'atcs.
George Foster of tho Georgetown
C.clo Club created a now record for
twenty-four bourn' ruling, oil miles,
ou Sept. 2'M.
Another great liro occurred iu
l'ort land, Oregon, on Sept. 1, along
Iho lino of the Willamette river
dock', do) t roving much properly
belonging to tiie North J'neilio Ter
minal Co., tho Oregon Navigation
Co., nud tho General Kteetric Co
Tho lorsos nro over $1,000,000. Tho
insurance carried will roach over
$."lK),(Xh); the Liverpool, London anil
ulobo Ins. Co. has u largo share oi
Coxoyilo Fryo Is reported In bo
prep-ding a revolution iu tho United
States to take place ou tho occur
ring of tho next great strike.
Chicago police tiro still raiding
It is repotted (hat (ho sugar trust
will shut down some of its refineries
ou (ho lt of October for an iuuuflu
ito period. Sugar prices declined,
in consequence, J of n cent ou Sop
St. Mary's college in O.iklind,
Cal., was totally destroyed by lire
on tho evening of tho 2111 lust.
Most of tho Kchulnra lost nil thoir
elfects nnd some were slightly burn
ed. Lack of water allowed tho fire
to havo a eomploto "walk over."
Loss estimated at ?lo,ooo, lusuroil
for SS0 000.
The Mohican, Alert, lnnger nud
Albatross wore iu port ut Ouiialnka
Sept. !). Tho Yorktowu nriivud in
Sail Francisco Sent. 21.
Indictments against tho Sugar
Trust managers havo boon propared
and are awaiting the action of tho
Grand Jury at Washington.
More iiegro-lyuchiug is reported
Two middies of tho Iioyal Arthur
after hunting sent thoir loaded guns
ou board, nud gun-room steward
Keeeo was killed while handling ouo
Small-pox is again epidemic in
Earthquakes aro again alarming
tho pooplo of Greece.
Work on tho 1'auama canal would
bo nuaiu commenced this mouth.
It is stntod that tho C.ar is sutfer
ing from tho malady that killed Ka
laknua, viz., ISrighl's disease of tho
Tho Jows in Morocco aro being
plundered nud openly stripped of
Contrary to Law.
Tho lower story of a two-story
building iu course of construction
on King street, between Mnuiinkon
and Niiiiauu streets, in llioienroi
You rutnoiuhi'i' that last
week wo ndvortint'd tho re
opening of our Millinery Ue
n.'ii'luieiit. Well, the com
plete line of new stock that
wc told you about has arrived
Kihbonti, Luci'H, Large Fea
thurH.TipHand Whatnot in pro
t'liMon and under the uiauagc
nie .t of u coiupiitent milliner
who is able to hiitiafy the iuo.it
.7. J. KAN.
Just Received Men's and Boy's Snits !
Colored Tweeds $7 50
Diaonnltj 7 GO
Englmh Serge G 00
Hoy Suits (elegant) G 00
OMlmso, JtifiurtuHa mid Indian Goods I
K3-A Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line nt Kiiftlmh and
American Suiting. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS1 HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street
Pioneer Furniture House
I ESTABLISHED 1 SB.
between China and Japan - - .
will eaure rri.es for their (jQOflfc l J(;0,'g 0
sill; l.ionc-nogo iiijiur; no w
SOLID oak nmir.ouM t-r.ra,
80KA8, LOU.NO KS, W.VIlDUOIlKfl,
Mlltr.OUS, MOULUINU8, KTO., KTO.
country can light nud weave
silk at thu same lime. The
price hns already advanced
and the papirs state that
this war N likely to be "on"
fur two or three years. It
ht'houwH the careful buyer
to pui'ih.iso now Wo had
nn immense stock of Japan-so
Goods ordered before
Mar wib declared, eonse
(pientiy wo can continue to
sell at the old price- as lony
as our present stock ho'ds
out, and then thu W r will
force prices tin. Uur last
consign inont c moists of Silk
Dress Gouds, both figured
and plain; Morning (iowns
for Ladies and G. nts, iiik
Kimonos, Smoking J.ick-et-,
Si'k rajatnas, Japanese
and China Ware, Screens,
Lamp Shad, s, Lunch Uas
kuts, etc., etc.
lintel St (Arllliutnnlllook),
Mrs. J 1'. I. Cin.iAin, l'ruiilctross.
W1ELAND - EXTRA - PAl.E
Lager Beer !
2 SGB09NBRS FOR 25 CfcMTS
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
IVr lto'1 o( 40 Yuri'. tlifA
And a Pine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Pianos for Rent I
Baby Carriages I
Chairs for Rent I
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mutual 76.
Hiiurouor to C. i;. Wllllamt.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
Temple of Fashion
510 Fort Street.
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urge Assortmont ol Udien and VhlJdrtn'i Shot.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
LrK lino of Woolens t 21k). Flannelettes, 10 yard for 11.00
Ilrowu and White Cottons, from 8 to 20 yards, f 1.00 per piece.
AinonktiaGiiiBhamn,12 yards for 11.00. Gents' and LadW Bathnm Nmu
Silks, Satius, Serges, Lawns and Dress Goods of every description
L. GK 8ILVA, Proprietor.
. i i unit tiiiwtiiiii nin-vir-i
'Ilio.liimii;'?ci nriiiy on iih niaroii lh() Honolulu Iron Works was coin
iroiiIJlii'lilil'li to ut" "ii"K river .,(,j,M t(Hnv 'j'lm I
xiuir iini'i-ii inui'ii iiiniiHiiiv iruiii i :
but ro;uU mill tint uiiriliin ol Corean
ioiii:ns i our. with jam.
One of tint romnrkMilo f.iMuros of
imliliiiL' h cf
corrtiKnit'ii iron, ino irnuiuor,
lioweMtr, boiiiK niilirnl.v of wood. It
in Imhiir litiilt forT. H. .Mirray,pnHt
limit of the Aiiiorli'iiu l.imuun, mid
will !) iiscil by liiin ti n otirrinu'o
tint L'ltuipnU'ii lt b"im llm (,'ront n'poillory. Mr. .Murraj h nmv hnlUl
KViiilt'itliy sliowii by tho (Jor.ttin for iii I within tin llr.t liniils. Conm
llm Uliltiiiri. I'rom ll Him tlio iiifiilly Hnwooii.iifr'tn"'oiiMliiitM
Jftiititii-MtsMiil Jnt Iwforo tho out.
brouk of tho war one would havo iu
n violation of llm linv by the iirusb
dent of the Atiieiioau Lfiiguo.
A 1.1. Illl.
XV rlini biiliiun t bi'l'tciiilii-r ."0,
AC1AIN8T THU IMJITK-
mutt I'D rrH'lilrl. Ili'inUnl, lii llm limit r
b'nniil U,t iiiyini'iit.
JAH. I'. MUlt(lV.
lliinnhilii, Oi-t I, IMH. L.'-.l
OS Till". WAIKIKI IIOAII Srt'll.
ihi) InHl. u liil l'ii'lit..t hl'il - rl-K
Irutn a I'rHjn roi u-tt. I'lmbr will In
rtM-Mii't ii rui'iinlnn oil Hinlni! iu
HOI.I.l.SUKK'd ellUhlNO tllul'.
I 1IMMI CJnttMi ttuvt.
411 NUUANU STItUKI.
Inporter A Dealer m Enrupei Dry anil Fancy Goods
UJIiii' Wmvs (it evury ilurlitlon. Aho, Irt.h lino ot Cliinvvo Onckh.
Pongee & "Wliite Silk. Pajamas
No. 1 White and Colored Mattings 1
Ik'ht Bluok and (Jivon Chinoso 'LYu. Ciono Slmwla, Etc.
tm- Kit (liinrniitfi'il. l'rlw MiHleraln. -J
" IvI-u-fua.! Teleplione 64aai
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