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MOXDAY, NOV. fi, 1894
Sm'Miw, Nov. I!.
f'ABH Mlnvvera. Stott, from Colonic-.
Htnir IVIh from .Mnknwcli
Si'.NHW. Nov. I.
StlnrClniiilliic from Maul
Mtmr.MHnli.iln from Kiutnl
Sf.Miw, Nov I
(1 A S 8 Mlrmcrn, Stolt, for Vancouver
Mommy, Nov. .".
etmr I'lninllne for Mnul
Vimmla Louvini; To-tnorrow
Stmr Kltmi for Alunl nml llnutiiint J . m
Oiir(oo from Ifhiinl 1'ortii,
Htllir ClnUilllif !i lilcli-, Jillunil Mile, hi
lii'K, I! Iior , ft li n into, :ui lii!
I ounce. 17:1 li:i,M rorn, tw (.Wi idlt
From Nyilm-y, per f . S S Mloweni, Nov
3 It IVarMili.
Krnm Kiuiil, pf r utiur Mlfenliiiln, Nov 1
II Mi.rrlvm, V i:.i'i-nn.l wile, Ml M
'iinuiiln. li .1 liuilvti. W K Hull, J M
l.vllilio ami wife, A A Hnillli, I' MoDon
nlil and II deck.
I'rom Mnul, iw r niiiir f'luiiilhn-, Nov I -W
II Ilrasli, O tltlhf ri. W (I Walker, S
.Mur-lmll nmt wife, V M Wnlioti, M II Mini
nrrul. J no ltlclmr.lvm, Mr II fount, K
Dnwrctt, It II nrcnli tin ntnl wife, A I'
llrown, V II Corinvtll, V I U'nrr'ii.r iiu.l
wife .Mr W'nlilvimd. K M Jlniiittiu, V
Apium unci wile, v Alilunml ulf-, mul IT
For Vancouver, ixt ' A SH Mliwrrn,
Nov l-Mli Itlicxlfo, J II IUi-IhmiIi! mill It
The French vnrlil DugiMy-Trotilii lip.
Kin i'iiaIIiijc tlil iiiiiruliiif.
Tin- lrtrk Allien will likely not leave lie
font tin Mini of thl month.
The lurk 0. li. Ilryjiit win to Iiiivi- left
Knu Krunol -o on Oct. 'il, the liriumtlini
W. U. Ir In the fulloA'lui; day, mill the
lierk It. 1'. Hllliit on u,t. .-.(.
HMI'I'll In Ihl- i'IIv. NovimiiImt I, 1MI. to
tint wife of l'nit, ',,ul Sn.l.h, n ilmiith
KUIIKY -In this cltv, N-vciiiIk"-:i. IMU,
U'itu, wife of H. Kuli y, a native of
Iticuls, niel '! yenrx.
KTItAIN In this elty, Nnvcinlier I 'sill,
Mln l M. .Slitiln, 11 nalive of Murlli
oilnly, I'nl., iijid IVl yenrs
NOW FOR A CHINA DAY.
Honolulu Ohinoio Will Colebrnto tho
Emproi Downgor's Birthday.
Thu Chinese are going to have a
time to-morrow, on tho occasion of
thu sixty first anniversary of thu
birthday of the Dowager I'mprcsH
of China. Several of the iniucipal
stores in Chinatown have been de
corated, and nearly all will suspend
business for the day. Thu services
of tho band have been secured and
there will be a procession on Hotel
street. Ktrly this morning posters
niiuouuciiig i ue ccioimmoii were
Issued from the olllce of the Chinese
Times. A celebration committee is
nt workand the tirospectn are that
thu Chinese will have a glorious
time. Tho Chinese were to have
had a jubilee ten years ago on thu
occasion of the same lady's lifty-llrst
birthday, but just then the Prauco
China wnr broke out and the cele
bration did not take place. The
sixty-first anniversary seems to be
just as unlucky, as the Japan China
war is in progress, but tint local
Chinese are going to celebrate the
event an how. The Chlncco stores
aru selling Chiiic'e Hags painted for
Miss L. M. Strain of the Hon Ton
dress-making parlors died at !l o'clock
Sunday morning, of hemorrhage of
thu brain. Miss Strain ato a hearty
meal ou hat urittty evening and was
making preparations to attend the
play at thu Opera House, when she
suddenly fell in a lit. Although
medical assistance was prompt the
young lady never recovered con
sciousness till her death. Miss St rain
came hero about two years ago, ac
companied by two other ladies, and
gained many friouds by her kind
and gentle disposition. The funeral
will t.tku place this afternoon from
the residence of Mrs. Turner, corner
of llorelauia and Fort streets. The
body will be sent to the Coast for
Interment. Miss Straiu was a native
of Marin County, California, and
was about thirty years of age.
LOCAL AND QKNKHAL NKWS.
Flannelettes -12 yards .Jl.
M. S. Li:vv.
Turnkey J. L. Osmerof the Police
Station has been susoeuded by Mar
shal Hitchcock for alleged bad con
duct. Ho will be tried ou Thursday.
X. F. Hurgess is back to work
again after a visit to the Coat. Any
work of the kinds mentioned by him
elsewhere will be done by him
Mrs. J. L, Kaulukou wishes to
thank all her friends for their
sympathy in the loss of her aged
mother Keliihoohuli. The funeral
took place yesterday afternoon.
A native named lliikiku while on
horseback ran into Clms linker's
brake on Saturday, damaging the
vehicle. This morning he jiaid for
his reckless riding, being lined iU
in the District Court.
A line group of ISro. Tlmiin and
last year's graduating clash of St.
Louis College appi ni in I he Phono
graphic Mnga.iuo of Oct. I.'i. The
picture was taken by llro. I Inn i am
and sent to the mtmaiue with a few
explanatory remarks ou the Inteiest
tnkim liy iHciiilmns of the i'Iiiih in
LOOAIi AND OENEBAli NEWS.
A pnrtuor with .?JMK) is wanted.
Captain Stott is still master of tho
C. A. S. S. Miowera.
Men' Shoes, Sl.GO up.
M. S. Lkvv.
Tho salts of (ho Ktihttkti ranch lias
again beun postponed until Tuesday
Harry Wilder arrived by the S. S.
Australia, just in time for the li'cyele
11. Kriemauu will likely start a ho
tel in llilo, Hawaii, in the near
The Government band will fjivo
its usual concert at Kmiim Siiuaro
Gents' linen collars, 2 for 2.1 cts.;
mi'iiV fine frnu.e ituiler shirts, .'I for
SI, at X. S. Sachs'.
Gents' furnishing goods at cost
this week. Don't mWs this oppor
tuuil) at N. S. Sachs', Kurt street.
Kuibroiderios, largo lino, I Iain
burg and Swiss.
M. S. Lkvv.
.Itulge Terry it still conlined witli
iltues. Judge Wilcox occupied the
chair in the District Court to day.
If the naval impilry Is concluded
to day the N'anshan will leave on
Wednesday for Yokohama.
Arch. Sinclair has gone to the La
halna district for a job on a planta
tion which will keep him eight
Commissioner Marsdcu attains his
fortv-fifth liirtlnl.nv tn.il.iv. nml U n.
eoiving the congratulations of his
Thero will be a meeting of tho
Honolulu Amateur Athletic Club at
the V, M. C A. hall this evening for
election of ollicers.
Thero was a wedding Saturday
night, the contracting parties being
Julia Perry and G. I. Parker. The
usual luau was given.
A young child of C. L. llrito died
yesterday morning. Tho funeral
took place yesterday afternoon, and
was largely attended.
At a meeting of the Honolulu
Cricket Club held ou Friday even
ing tho board of management de
clared the season closed.
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
and Xtiuanti streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and 50
cents per night; i'l and .fl.25 per
Henry Giles, the local champion,
received a new Itamhler wheel by
the S. S. Australia. Giles rode II
about towi this afternoon. It's a
J. (). Carter oilers a good oppor
tunity to anybody desirous of going
into collco raising. It Is mi interest
in a plantation on the Volcano road,
already partly in cultivation.
II. A. Lo.ier A: Co. of Sau Fran
clsio are noiuu; to send to their
agent, 11 li. Walker, n very elabo
rate gold medal to lie run for hro
by tho wheelmen. Walker expects
it by the next steamer.
The Kight ItevereudGulstan, Lord
Hifhop of Panopotis. accompanied
by the Very Itnvereud Father Leo
nor visited the Dim'uar-Trouiu this
noon. Ou leaving His Lonlrhip was
accorded a salute of thirteen guns.
11. I). M. S. Hyacinth will not
leave for Marquesas Islands this
week as expected, l he naval in
quiry on the llritish steamer Xan
shati has detained her, and Captain
May has not decided when to leave.
A young man was kicked in the
brent by a horse on King street ou
Saturday afternoon. The animal was
ou the sidewalk, when the man tried
to pinh hun nil, with the result men
tioned. Xo serious injury was in
Dieted. Tint regular monthly meeting of
the Woman's lliard of Missions will
be held tomorrow at 2:.'!0 p. in. at
i enirai union i liurcli. I'aper liy
Mrs. Frear. All ladh's iu'erested in
mission work are cordially invited
Archibald Sinclair, Jr., a graduate
of O.ihu College, has graduated as a
doctor, with the degree M. li C. M ,
at Glasgow I'niversit) He receivnl
honorable mention from his leading
professor, who has oirred him u
position as assistant to hiimclf.
"The Hlack Flag" was repeated
by the Dai ley company to a largo
Iioiifo Saturday evening. Its per
formtnee was an improvement on
the oxcclloip (ir.it one. Al. Hallett
was all life and fun, and indued
ooryono of the cast won high
ivght Chim se gamblers were lined
1(1 each in the District Court to
day. They went arrested last night
ou the Hobrou premises, Xiiuauti
Valley. One of the guilty men is
the Attorney General 8 cook, but
that fact did ot usavo him from
To-iiigiit,t!io beginners' clas hld
by the Aloha Branch of the 'Philoso
phical Society, at Xo. UK! King
street, will (limn the study of Chap
ter II. of the ''Ocean of Tlieosophy."
pi i.. !. i.. i i.i:.. 'ei...
Tlioi'lims lMiiitn to Hid imlilic. 'Iliu ipiitc cid lit from late rc-
W mliiKsdhy iiiitHtiiiKsiif tint liriuii'li . ., i . i.n.llll(. ,.,. ;..
aru fur moiiili..rs only. I"",1 7 "'" 'u lllllllL ' '" "
iiiakuig ic;it picp .rations to
C'liitur A. Dioli; ti'li'iilioni'd from r U'l' li;lt for sh ha.- hecn
.S.'iim hoiici yitPtnrdny nMtnint,' that , ' .. . . ....
ihitrc uasnlin. on tint Ma.farlan throvxi-g up Iniiiitaui-id llie
(iri'inihiis at Waikild. 'I'lm Mutual lifty feet high during the IimI
li.;i.li..ii(.b(.il in tli.t nlariii at ix Wl.,.. , t.Vt.rv iu,iculion
iinniili'.-. iiasl d (u'locli. I iin Iiii'ini'ii . , ,i V i i
wi.iil part of tin. unguium inlidli- ",s u "nnw tl,il, '0' ,"' t"1,11'
pun-it was ri'cniM'd that it wan only you .ue ready logo .she will
a ruliliish lirn. " j,,. ,, ,. ll0.
K"v. II. W. I'..(.(, ni'iiiiK ituilor ' liemeinlier aii'l sie every
iliri'itioii of tint California I'oufiT- cheidv, if you ilo Hot liiic
...i.'.., ou Sunday n,nr.,mK for.u...l a ,.llM, N ' ,. ,,u. t.m ,
.MnllioiliM I'lUinri'iTdliun. I'nrM ',. n .
lift) ii'uiit wnri- iti.t.i.i. i:it.i.ii lt'us win are niaUliiL; up
iiiHiiiliur wnn- ii'ouM'il li) li-lttr, elilhs. 'Phis week is a Lfl'e.lt
ami hkvhu I'amlhlatiM on pronation
.Mr. reel;. I Mt-.it li's ni'iini' iiui! mi
c.-innml Huriuoii, aildriMd tln m-w
Ilwult with iiiucli fimliii
FEA8T OF WHEELMEN.
The Local Cyclists Entorttiin tho
Visitors in Hawaiian Stylo.
Tho local wheelmen treatod the
visiting cyclists, Tcrrill aud Grilllths,
to a grand spread at Moamilua Sat
urday owning. A largo tent was
erected on the Kamakauahoa prem
ises, the inside being nicely decor
ated with Hawaiian and Americau
Hans. Tho table was in tho form of
a T, the guests sitting at tho head,
supported by Henry Giles aud Henry
Walker, tho leading local riders.
Tho spread was in the Hawaiian
fashion, everything being cooked in
the native mode. Smith's busses
convoyed tho wheelmen to tho
grounds. After all had been com
fortably seated. Harry Wooteti pro
posed a toatt for "Our Guests,"
which was drunk with enthusiasm.
After a short interval passed in en
joying the layout Willie Wilder
tendered a toist to Henry Giles, tho
local champion, which received
hearty applause. Frank Vltln pro
posed a toast to Henry Walker, the
Cleveland reproentatie. The Hay
City Wheelmen's yell was given
several times during the luau, the
visitors leading. Everybody got on
to it early and it is now in everv
wheelman's throat. The leader yells
"Weill" and the others respond
"Great Scottl" The luau broke up
about t) o'clock anil the journey
home was made without accident.
The visitors expre.ed thonisohcs
highly delighted with their recep
Previous to sitting down to the
luau a photograph was taken of the
group by A. W Holster.
Spiteful Prosecution Slopped .
C. Hammer, one of the oldest and
most respected reidents of Hono
lulu, was some time ago, lit the Dis
trict Court, committed for trial on
circumstantial evidence for poison
iiiL'adoK. Al the oneiiini; of the
jury term this morning the Govern
ment declined to prosecute the cae.
The HnxcTiN gave facts at tho time
Mr. Hammer was accused to show
that it was a piece of spite against
him. He is now to be congratulat
ed on thu good seme of the Attor
ney General In refusing to allow one
of the higher courts to be degraded
by a farcical prosecution for his an
noyance. GoltiK Auwny.
The following are booked to leave
bv the S. S. AuM ralia for tho Coast :
Sarah It. Kav, Mrs. K. C. Jtuld, Miss
Mary Hitchcock. K. K. Hoyer. Cap
tain J. Good. Mrs. M. P. Kendall
and daughter, II. It lIaford..MiH
Xolati, J. F. Xolau and wife, M. li.
iiiimau, ). U Uaird and wile, cor
Sau Francisco per S. S. Maripoa,
Xov. 15: Cho. F.gbert and wife, Mrs.
F. W. Maefarlanc, W. M. Perry, E.
Cnniiiuro to bo King
Jos. Marsdeu, Cominisiouer of
Agriculture, will send away by the
Australia an order for 10 tons more
of cannlgro root. This will brim;
the amount to l planted in thcxt
islands up to ;t tons. The plant
produces tannin. Mr. Mar-den says
it will be the greatest industry of
the country, not excepting lint sugar
industry. Lauds that cannot be
utilieif for sonar will irow canaigre.
Till dt'lll Mid for wliilf cot
ton Dl'i'S CiOIhIm llll'illr till'
I ! t wt'L'k lius indiict'il us to
lOlltilitlO till Kill' of tllOM' Oil
hiiii'i until ilicv iirt nil o!i.
Ki'iiii'inliiT this iiii'iiti tli.it
voi: ittv tiii;m at .ipt w ii vv
tiikv co-t r. not o' cent
inoiv or one ci-nt i.s. Wr
jiin't in kiiiLf uiiy iinHicy on
thin kind of salt''. Init it
jjivi us room for tin- im
incnL' stot'U d' nt'W mils
that Iiiivi nrrivt'd ly 1 1
We want to iiiovi' olT our
Hosii-ry at our tuiclc S-iltw
and Siuall I'rolit j'lic.-- mi
the IjAI!!-:-' lll.Ani tock
IN(; ill o aain t i wi-i-k
at last work prifos. or ilu
!?.'! pur Io.imi out's a !?.2."
pop tlozt'ii. whilf tlif .." per
do.i'ii oui's will yo at SI p r
(b'.i-ii. 'I'ht'siiiiii' with TM i-:n
iNhks: tin t pi'i' lo. ii itiii's
iiiv now S2.2.") pir dozen. We
alhO want to etill .special At
tention to tllf III 4'iiili cut
White Cotton lOiuliroiilereil
ilaudkerchii I'- oll'i red this
week. They are not ('heap
ones, it' the price of them
that i cheap.
'I he i dcrot a I mi incrciit-cs
in our ri'l-ano trip and it i
wei'U lor ii
.. n iiii"iTnLt u
I ' IMILlliUS iV CO.
Poisonod by Impure Water
Now In Good Hoalth, Lively, Happy
Eva, Carmll "ml JJIy fro an
"C. I. Ilend A Co., ton oil. Mini
Uctitlctiicm-List winter, in) lo glrli, hof
slut wife Mere tnkru III. Tliodix'tiiM s.il.l they
ero iolntii'il ly drinking wal r from nil oM
well. Tim to Klfli f.illcil in I illy tenter the
(luctnr's IrPHtmeiit. i:.i, nt-'i'il f mr ).mh. fi'll
:iys ho only weighed l'f l'. , omli"!
tltfia tlmonmluas helpleM. n.)lrl.ui (aid
8ho Had Consumption.
Lily, aged clxtit jrran, wn lu-niljr m had at
r,r.i hut helnit i Uler mid itrotutr, held ui a lit
tle hotter. We im thf m Isttli llmxl's Hnn.v
enrllt.i, which hulit up tln'lr ntn-tiidli iuid lic.iltli
niicly 4ii tti.it they hi-citne fnt mul -liitn. Ill idy
.iiynn larruu ni in a uau tun-
Ultlua, hxlng a Kid cimijIi and very weak. He
wai ohllKPit to lie duwn ltnit of tho time.
Or.t buttlu nt Hood' H.its inrllla nt him on
hW ffet and telnrd te rfi-rt liraltli I hellero
IIixhI' S.trni.irlll.i tied my rlilldrvuS llrci."
Jolly 1 IliinWN.Mimf, Vermiint.
Hood's Pills fute nit Mier itii, niiiuui
en. Jaundlcv, luJlucjlluu, bkk Headache.
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
Sole Agents fur tie- l!iiiildlr if llnwnll.
Tlif rainy season is com
ing, and if you want to shed
water like a duck ou must
he provided with a Rain
Coat, f have just received
a new iiiv ice of Ladies'
English Mackintoshes in
fact, I shall make a leader
of these goods lor the next
few weeks and at such prices
that I evpeet to sec every
lady in Honolulu properly
clad for rainy weather.
will not he worn in muddy
weather. The reason is
apparent and doesn't need
will prohahly take the place
of tile white OIUM for the
nest few months, and to
m itch the.-e I have fin ele
gant lii.e of Tan Stockings
in numerous shades.
Oh, yes, Trimmed or Un
t rimmed? I Jitriiuined ! All
right, ilust pick out the
.shape. They arc all new
and the very lalet. After
you have selected one that
suits your peculiar style of
lieauty I will intro'.uce you
to our expert millim r, who
will help you t-ekct the
1 rimming ami I gu.irautee
to linihli you a h.it that you
won't he ashamed of.
Nothing looks so pretty
around a lady's wai-t (ev-
ccpt an arm) as one of our
Kelts. I have hoth Silk
and Leather with new de
signs of IJuekles. If you
don't believe me come and
try one on (not the arm
Imt the licit).
.1. .1. IN,
fill Fort street.
i-iinulilc fur driii'ii! fi'in'.il mi
IWU -lljl' Wii
1,000 Acrrs, a Lrirftb Gulch,
.'oi AiTi". in niori- iiil:ilii
I ullll' v"l
M7t Iin li Miti hint MriMd.
1 l l!IM. MY AIMIM'K 1'IIOM 'I 1 1 K
1 I - litit.t- M r llur.ii'K ti i'nililic imiiI
until irln il in riii'lv mid rriiM.i (or nil
IllltllH'. 1 lt Illl'l II lhi til IIH',.1. W, l.llll-
I i i ic hi mi mill i. mi ii NuM'iiiiu'r J.I, IMU,
in ulihli.hu.' I will in r-iiinli mil ml
.1 W I.I'M Ml.
Ilnllilllllll III IT. 1 -. 1 1 III.'. Illl
II imiI Ml I(K I'lAMi IN
I I ..ii I ii.i.i Iiii -nil1 .'In nu, ii . .1
A. JAOUEN, :;
l iiiul.ti'liirnr n( I'.ui.'i
I .r II irlul I...I Hi". .! in , II ir.Mii, .(
I'lii.li I'lc I n nil 'Iml. Il.'tr ) iiii'l.ili'
Hull lu.r 117. tl
A POINTER !
lleginning on Xovcmhcr 1,
ISfM, 1 intend giving my
Customers a chance to win a
Prize ami not only One 1'rize
On next TlirRDAY,
November 1st, every Mn,
Woman or Child who buys
$1. (Ml worth of goods at my
Store (Temple of Fashion)
will be presented with a Cou
pon Ticket, ami on December
-0th, the person holding the
largest number of Tickets
will be entitled to the Hic-t
Prize, and this Prize will
Finest Silk Dress Pattern
in our Store. To the pcisoii
holding the second largest
number of Tickets
An Eh g ant French C-sh-mero
will be given. The Third
Prize will be an
Ostrich Feather Pan
Viilni'd m fin
and the Fointh Prze will hen
Fine Pair of
Valued at J'l.-i.
The people of Honolulu
have patronized the Tkmpi.k
r Fashion li hi rally since
its removal to the new ipinr
ters at f)l! Fort street, and
the Managers appreciate this
hence ttie-e Plize.s. There
are probably one hundred la
dies in Honolulu who will
buy enough Dry (Jomls be
tween November 1st and De
cember tilth to win one of
the above Prizes. Our stock
is new and has been carefully
selected for the Winter Holi
day 'J'r.ide especiady is this
true of our Dress Patterns.
We have been to ail ililinite
amount of trouble hut suc
ceeded in getting the late-t
shades ami most beautiful de
signs; this applies to our
silks ami Cashmeres. Our
Ginghams, Lawns, White
Muslins and F ciiiish Lawns
arc the eipial (both in price
and quality) of those sold by
any house in Honolulu ; also
I thick Satins and Silks a spe
cialty. Christmas Goods,
Toys, etc., in endless variety.
(J loves that lit like the paper
on the wall.
And remember that, for
ever) J? 1.00 worth of liooiU
you buy you get a Coupon.
BZ-er All these Piizch will
be shown in our window uet I
Temple of Fashion
r.l'.t I'OUT STKKKr.
M. CI. Sn. , : I 'noi'.
MENS .-. FURNISHING . GOODS
KOIt ONE WEEK ONLY
V will oi'er Our Kntlre Stock of
Gent's F-mrrLisiiing Goods
Cxb' At a TremondouB Reduction ! &X
riiis l no 1'hIpIi nlc Imt n llniisi KhU Krilttct on riitht through. We Will
itii'iitinti n tew (if tlii iiiiiii) Imrynllii oirtrnl:
Mcn' Linen dllsrs rmlur i io 1 for JV.
.ln t Linen CuiN iiiiTii fur t.
Mfii t I'lil'inml l. Shirt p; mil .inn ity, pMuoh.I t !..
Our JS innlnril SlilM. Iruii Irinl, in-l .ilnlll, ri'ililiftl to$t fi.
MMi' I' iiltni Oi en Trout Uii.rt wlili i'.l n nitvheil, Hliinddrd make, reduced
to f LA) I.
M-n'i nlli-'i iliifi 'i-liir-il ffntii l i i vk
Mc.r Piiii'S II. Itiiti'rinit ruhi'-'il fin.t flt"$.'l
.M"ii - It i -V silk S 'W ri'd'ici-il -nm i.vt tt . a pair.
Men 1 Kim' HlnkiT I'll inl tli."r-li it, iloiihie h'Hnslpd, red iceil to I!.
IIIH 1IAK0AINH IN
Men's - Neglige - Shirts !
IteitieiiiU-r ili"e I'rii'ci v );tiurntiee fur
03STB WE EI KZ OINXj'Y !
isr. s. s.om:s'
520 Port Strict, : : Honolulu.
KCirLES' TfLOOT BESB2R.
Tl l.s A IUiMKMAIM: Ni IIoMKMAKINH ItKVKUAUK.
- Il ir i'iy immI.v pi niril, anil if tin- plitlu ilircctiiniB arc
lullowiil, it uill .dw.iye lii kimmI. Kir nicnilicr of tin- family,
fioin tin' li.il'i li. tin k'rnniK.iiliii, ciin cnji.y IIiiikk' Itour IIkkm,
mul tvi'i nm id tin in will li.uc IhIIit lic.dlli fur chi'Ii eWiillnW
iliiv In U tt. It iiiipiuM'p tln iippctitc, purilluH tin' IiIhimI, unil
tnillif till' wlmlc i-Vi-trlll. t'llililtcil cepiTilllly llulillt ill IllllK"'
Itooi I'.i:i:ii It.- i'ir.iinitii.ii inlrn-U llicni, ami itn tiet iIuch
tlii'in kihuI. In ili...i.iii.U .if li.iini, "linn:.' Itiior IIkkii thut
umtliir iiiiuli," will lx .iin. .im the liiippiit rci'iilli'i'tinint ol
I'liilillini.il It i'li'iiui tin px-timiif tli piiiMiimuit liiiimirn tlhit
ili'M'lnp in kiiln.v ,ni. I iiiiu.ii ili-iuM'r, mul iu fuct, in any ciihu
ili.it iiri-i'i- fr..in mi impure -l.itr nl llu- IiIihhI.
HiMiurily iiii'lir-iiiuil llnii.' i:. hi lli.r.n ir- wiiliiiut mliilti
r. ill. m or .hi) I'lifuiii'.d or nrlilli ml itiliuixliiri ivc proc it it in
iiiiuli iu our i.pi'ii l.ili.ir.ili.ry. Nu Mi-ri't pi(ic. 'c tiikr (lie
Imi llrili- anil It'Hdr, Lull tin m iluwu, IhiIIIc llicm mul ruml
llniiil.iyi.il. pi riinpr tlii'if in't uii.iilii'r limit lli-i-r L.ilioru
lory in ili.'1'..iniiiyi.jnn to pulilic )(. Ki'iyliixly known Hint:'
Itooi IIi;i:i. flu'iiiii'iiU i iin'i upiii..nli u.iluic. Will you nan
uiiliiinl It ...I Itiii ami mi I iff ..iii tlnrrt .iml trinj;tliuii your
ImmIv, hi will vi.ii nu- intiiici.il It. .nt It. ir In p.ixc a few pennies
mul iiiin y.nir liiultli-' Tlu'ii- 1 t n tlin.r .i iiiucli lllitKH' Hoot
llia.ii mill lli. in all iitlici I! ml lint ttr.icit ruiiiliiiicil.
lIoUliitN DlM't; CoMI'ANV
Uknson, Smith it Comi-anv
liiii.i.isTcit Dure Company,
Li;wis iV Comi'anv
National Cane Shredder
I'A I'KN PKD l'NI)i:U Till: LAWS UF TIIF. HAWAIIAN' ISLANDS.
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Mr. .Inliii A. Sen. M.ui.iu" i "f ill. Ilil.. Sun.ir ('..inp.iny, Klv'8 tint follow
inj; wimil. mil in.n.l ..i Hi, w.-ikim; i. the NAI'IoNaI, (l.NK SIIKKD
Dl'.lt, win. li w.i. ...ci.'.l le. lli. ir woik- .it tin ciiiiiiiicnecmeiit of ihf i-ron
J 1 1 -1 ll.HMhtlll. '
"Diiriun tin piiM wi.k the Ilil.. Slp,r f.,ip.iny'i. null cxi'ci ili'il any of
itl..imei in ,i.. l fl,.ii, tin .- i,"iir kiiihIiuk with mi oieputiif IIUOl
Liiih. I In. i. lull) in p. ic, hi m.-re tli.iu the l.e.i work of former vi-.in
"In-tin.. r..ll.r null l.. mc I'd m. hv .M iu. .mil tin, two roller'null HO in.
i.) ) in. I he u.. i null .t..inK tin. an.. .imt ..f work in an fllU-U'iit manner
ami with Kie.,1 , .... ,...,,..,,, , ,,!!, ,!, ,, whole e.iue.owiUK to tllor.Mlirh
piip.iiaiji.n ,.( il.. ,i u Ninun.iir.inc.sluediler, nvciitlv I'livtt-tl liv
tin ( ..ui . . '
" Ami I.) n. iiM- iin extr.ietmn In. 1.. ueieaml from .'I percent to h pi'r-
c. lit on .111 Uii.l. -.1 cine, imi.I u, .., ia.e. Ml peicelil hat l.cen r.'iiu'hVil ;
tin a, i ii l..'iu 7-i to ih p.i, , in, at o. iiliue, to ipi dily.
" I . .iiitiuu. to ii.nl ih.. m g.,. in.iu nlitc.l.l. ,1 cine Imlttr fuel tliati from
whi'l. cam .
"Hi. .htc.1.1. r In h.ii w.irkiuj: .I.i) ami uiulit f..r m-m-ii ninnlliH tin.l Iihh
f.n' ' ' """ ;"" '",""'' ",'! miMiiI iImiiiik th.il uiiiti uIkiui Mivuiily
Ih .u.iinil I...I. ..( i.ii a l.iru. pin ,, , , ,lh. i,,,,,! ratiMinii.
" ' "1 "11""1'1, ' '""' "U-i'f r. .pin.. .ry lit '. care ,.r atteiitlon,"
I VT 1'l.in. ..ml !. u ,tl, ..1 ,,e.e slueilih t. may l,o mcii at tint oUlco of
ArM. G. IHWIN to CO., L'd.,
And at All Times
. ... Wholesale Druggist
( J rocers
tili .dtui vi 4 VawaMN itUtndt,