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FODR MORE ON TRIAL
Thomas B. Wa;ker Pleads
GuiUy Three Accnstd
Tho CouiinisMon onli-rod tho
courtroom promptly at 1) o'clock.
Shortly afterwards tho following
prisouurs woro brought in: Charles
T. Gulii-k, W. T. Smvnrd, W. II.
ltickanl and T. B. Walk.tr.
Col. W'liiliui: announced that tho
Commission would rotiro for a pri
1'aul Neumann, who appeared for
tho four prisoners, entered tho saino
objection m in tho other eases, viz.,
that the Commission had no juris
diction and was illegal.
Arthur A. Wildor was sworn as
Tho ordor under which tho Com
mission sat was then read ly tho
Judge Advocate. Noun of tho pris
oners having any objection to tho
personnel of tho Commission tho
members woro Rworn.
Tho first charge was thon read. It
charged tho prisoners with treason
in engaging in open rebellion with
force of arms to overthrow th Ke
public of Hawaii and levying war
against the same. .Specifications,
That said Oulick, ltickanl, Seward
hud Walker in O.diu at divers times
during six months last past did com
mit treason by engaging in open
rebellion with force of arms to do
st rov the Iteimblie of Hawaii.
To this specification Walker plead
Second specification That said
prisoners during six mouths last past
did commit treason by procuring
arms for the overthrow of tho repub
lic. Third That said prisoners aro
guilty of treason during sis months
last past by partially organizing a
military force and appointing o Ul
cers and agents for the same.
Second charge -That said prison
ers did commit treason by procuring,
inciting and abetting others to levy
war against the Itepublic of Hawaii.
First specification Aiding, abet
ting, inciting and counseling others
to levy war.
Second specification- -Aiding, abet
tiug, counseling aud inciting others
to procure arms and muuitious of
To this Walker pleaded guilt.
Third specification Aiding, abet
ting, counseling anil inciting others
to appoint ollleors and agents uuder
a pretended government for tho pur
pose of overthrowing the Itepublic
Gulick, ltickanl and Seward
pleaded not guilty to both charges
John Kahoeka, sworn, states: L'vo
at Waimaiialo; know Major Seward;
call him Major; had conversation
with the Major in December at I 'a
waa, Cummins' place; t was on
Saturday, Dec. 8; Major gave wit
ne.ss a letter and six pieces of wood
tho Major said were red lights; Ma
jor tola witness to take letter to a
vessel that was coming about the
17th or iiOih of Dec.; witness was to
there; Cummins said yes; a wagon
was hitched tip and the witness went
with tho others to the fishing hut to
look for tho remainder of the boys;
did not find thorn and slept there
that night and returned next morn
ing; Aylett wrote a letter and gave
it to his companion; Aylett told wit
ness that he had come there to show
tome lights on Kahbit Island to
guide tho steamer Waimaiialo; had
no further connection with tho af
fair from Dec. HI until arretted at
Kailua while going to a sick rela
Cross examination Am 37 years
of ago; was born at Waimaiialo; was
brought up by Cummins; been mar
ried, have one child; now divorced;
working for Cummins long time:
whou the witness, Townsond and
Warron wont to Itabbit Island, wit
ness handed the package tho Major
gave him to Towusoud, because wit
ness thought him n suitable person;
witness was examined at thoS'atiou
on the nth of this month b Kinney;
in substance tho statement was the
same os will. ess uavo before tho
Commission; when Aylett arrived at
tho lioie-o of witness ho said that
his mission was to get tho pistols;
Major had told witness on Dec. 8
that if tho pistols arrived to conceal
them on Habbil Island: Avlett told
witness on Lis visit that the Major
and Nowl-dii were tho Ilea Id; the
balance f the money which Mho
Major gave witness was spent in
Inlying woolen shirts and poi.
fvnuli, sworn, slnt": Know M-jor
Seward; last witties sent witness on
tho Monday before Cm isluias from
Waimaiialo with two horses; tho
horses were taken to Pawaa; saw
Kahai there; stayed there until
Major and Nowlein came there; was
told by them to go along the road
leading around I'unchbowl and come
out by the I'auoa roatl; witness was
to meet two men to ride tho horses
near tho Mausoleum at fi p. in.; was
lato and mot no one there; started
to go home at 7 o'clock and mot two
men near Niulopa; who asked if tho
horses belonged to Cummins, wit
ness said yes, aud the uion got on
the animals aud the trio went on to
Waimanalo; wont to last witness,
place and was told he was on the
beach; went there ami made propar
ntious for L'oini' out to Itabbit Isl
and; there was a gig near tho fish
ing hut; next day took out provi
sions aud water to Itabbit Island;
weut there a good many nights to
watch for a schooner which was to
bring guns; witness camo to town
go to Itabbit Island, and when the
vessel hove in sight a blue light
would be burnt by the vessel, and
witness was to bum the red light;
afterward the vecsel would burn an
other light; Itabbit Island is on"
Waimaiialo; its native name is Ma
nana; tho order to witness was to
deliver the letter to the captain; the
.Major told witness to lure men and
that Sam Nowlein would send over
two men; witness was to send horses
for the men; tho Major gave witness
f0 to buy a boat for the purpose of
tiding in the business; the boat was
bought the same day of Kekala for
$.'15; tho boat was shipped on the J
A. Cummins, the Major paying for
tho freight; the Major told witness
that if the &'() was iusullicieut to
come to him aud get more; if there
was any over to use it in getting
food; witness hired three men, Ka
uli, Manila and Kamaka; two horse
woro sent over for Nowlein's men on
the Monday or Tuesday following
the Saturday; tho boat arrived at
Waimanalo on either Monday or
Tuesday before tho two mou went
over from Honolulu; boat was taken
to fishing place of witness; witness
was at the fishing place when the
two men mentioned arrived; they
woro George Town-end and Charlie
(Warren identified); nothing was
done that day; the following day
tho men wont nulling; in the after
noon of Tuesday tho men went to
Itabbit Island aud slept there; slept
there two nights; nothing happen
ed; came to town on Saturday, Doc.
15, and met the Major; told him
had not seen tho vessel; returned to
Waimanalo the samu day, Saturday;
while in town the Major told wituors
to get another man, as Charlie aud
Georgo were to stay on the vessel;
Major also told him that revolvers
were expectod on tho vessel, and
they were to be lauded on itabbit
Island; witness employed another
matt named Kawolo; went to Waia
ltia on Dec. 17; fell on" a horse and
hurt leg; returned to Waiinnunlo on
the itOlli; was Ijuig down when
James Aylett and another arrived;
Aylett said ho came over to neo the
boys, as ho had beou tent by Now
lein and tho Major; Aylett also said
that John Cummins knew of it.
The Commission retired for con
sultation of the subject of whether
that body was governed by the law
or its own ruling. Col. Whiting an
noiiuced that tho tribunal will be
governed by the law and tho law
of ovideuco and uo hearsay ovldonco
will bo allowed,
Witness telephoned to Cummins
to find out whether ho know of
Aylett and. the other boys boiug
after meotinir tho schooner on tho
Thursday night before Christmas;
sighted the schooner at 7 p. m.; was
attracted by a blue light; George
then burned a red light; there woro
on the island bosidos witness Kooki,
Kale, Kamaka and Kawolo; prepar
ations were made for pulling oil to
the schooner: out out and was car
ried away to leeward; sail was token
in and tho oars woro used; after
George had burned a rod light, on
ordinary light was hung out on the
schooner; on tho boat's approach
the Captain of tl'O schooner cried
out "Missionary" aud Goorgo au
swered "Missionary," and was allow-
oil to coino alongside; ueurKe nnui
on board; tho boat was pulled along
side and two boxes were lowered
into tho boat; then weut back to
Itabbit Island; Charlie remained on
ilio schooner; tho boxes were broken
open and found to contain uiUer
ent sized pistols; Georgo counted
eighty pistols; they were put into
a bag and hid in the sand;
there woro boxes of cartridges at
tached to each pistol; after hiding
the pistols the men went and slept;
on Friday morning wont to the
mainland and later witness carried
a letter iroui the captain oi tne
schooner to the major; Goorgo gavo
the mojor's letter to the captain;
witness saw the major at Cummins
pl.'c-e, and gavo him the captain's
letter; major said that tho captain
was a particular friend of his; told
him of having met tho schooner,
and ho appeared to be pleood; also
about disposition of the arms; after
dinner was told to go to Captain
Nowlein; John Cummins acted as
interpreter; when tho captain's let
ter was delivered by witness to the
major he went inside; saw Nowlein
and was told by him to go back and
look after tho freight on Itabbit
Island; also to tell Georgo to return
to town; witness came up to town
another time and received orders
place, and later wont to Waimaualo;
Kalatikoa ordored witness to tell tho
natives in Koolati to make food for
tho mm at Diamond Head; went by
way of Makapmi and Mauualua and
was captured at Moiliili.
Cross examination Met Major a
groat many times in regard to this
affair; had first talk with Major
something over two weeks boforo
Christmas at 1'awaa; Nowlein was
present; tho talk was iu the stables;
the socond talk was whou witness
brought the letter from the captain
of tho schoonor to Major; was told
by Towuseud that it was a letter
from tho captain; did not seo tho
captain give it to Townsond; tho
schooner which brought the arms
wont away on tho Thursday boforo
Kred. Whitney, sworn, states: Am
in employ of W. G. Irwin iV: Co.,
agents of tho steamer J. A. Cum
mins; am shipping agent; on Dec.
10 leniombor having conversation
with Major Seward about shipping
of a small fishing boat to John Lit
lii at Waimanalo.
Tho Court adjourned for a short
INJURING A FKIEND.
Horlous Ohargo by n Guardsman
Against Soarchora for Arms
Millard F. Craudall, who was
thrown from his horse, while serv
ing with the Citizens' Guard at Wai
al i on Sunday week, and had a rib
broken, makes a startling statement
of what he met on his return to his
house with his wife after a short
abouco on Thursday. 'I hero were
three men there searching for
arms, who had gone through the
rooms on tho upper tloor oc
cupied by him. Tho searchers
were still on tho premises, when
Mrs. Craudall informed her husband
that his diamond ring had been
stolen from its case. Ho asked the
men to produce tho jewel without
receiving any satisfaction. Then he
was apprised of the loss of an opera
glass. Looking through the window
of tho lower fiat, occupied by a Mr.
Sumner, where tho searchers had
also been, he saw the glass lying on
the piano, togothor with the box
that had contained some car
tridges belonging to him (Craudall).
On a further examination of his
own rooms .ur. uranium louiiu
that a box of cigars had been do
spoiled of most of its coutonts,
aud that some liquor kept for me
dicinal purposes had been drunk,
while on empty Uask not belonging
to him was loft behind by tho
marauders. Still another trick was
h gntUt gJiiUdin.
MONDAY, JAN. 21, 18W5
M AJICTB ISTEJWa
Saturday. Jan. 111. '
llklne Kllkltrtt, Cutler, from Tort Uninble '
Stmr Jniiif" Xliikoe from Kiuini
Httnr Kt-iinlion (rum Hawaii
Si'Kinv, Jan. 1M.
ltkMip 8 N Oas'lo. Hubbard, from San
Sohr Allco Cooke, t'ctihallow. from Tort
Stmr Cliuidlne from Mmtl
Htmr Iwnlnni from Knttnl
Stmr Mlknlmln trotn Knunl
Monday, Jan, 21.
llnwn bk Andrew Welch, Drew, l! da)s
from Son Hrnnrlsoo
Hatummy. Jan. 10.
Hclir 1'nrltan, llrown, for Port Townend
Ht'NiHY, Jan. 20 ,
Kcuail wnr-hlp Ksmeraldn Onrln, for San
r rmicNi'o I
VobboIs Lonvlnir To-morrow.
Unir Clnudine for ports on Maul at 5 p m
Stmr Mlknlmla for Kannl at 0 n in
OnrKOoa from Island Port.
Stmr ClatidhiP 8182 baps stiKr, 67H bags '
iiotntovp, 'SO bags eo ll, 34 hogt, 37 lulls
lildi'", V2 bans beans, W pkgs sumlrlri
Kniiii S.in Kraiiclfi'o, iwr bktne 8 N Ca- .
tie, Ja'i W Mr Wilbur, Frank ami '
Cliirlcs William!!. j
From San Francisco, per bk Andrew
Welch, Jan 2' Mrs Flora Mulkey, Drund
Mr.-t Wm Moii:irrat and ton, Mrs (lant
Itoiii Kiitni, er stn r Mlkubala, Jan 20 ,
-I)r Walter. I)r Uttmoud, C II HMiop,
Ml-s (' lliitlifld Otto Sci'inidt, and 2i
From Hawaii and Maui, er htmr Clau
dine, Jan 20 -v apt Kimball, N Umitrad,
A Pclniltr., i; TnwiK'i, Ah .mi, a i-uKuna,
- "T -'' TTf 1 !)
AH Run Down
AlwaysTired, Sleeploss and
Blood Vitalized and Strongth Re-
newod by Hood's Sarsaparilla.
O. I. Hood A Co.. I.uwfU.Nasj.i
" For a counts of rean, I w subjtct to feet
Inn anything but cood. I always felt UrtJ, I
could not deep at night and tlie Utile I could
at did not leem to benefit me an.
I Did Not Havo Any Ambition
to t around or work and In fact wae not able U
do a good dar'a work. I bappenod to pick up a
etreular embracing adTertlseroents and teiU
nonlaU for Hood's 8rs.prlU, and alter read-
lug them decided to give Hood's Sarsaparilla a
trial. I havo taken five bottles aud mutt sir
that I have dcrlred wonderful benefit fromltand
Feet Like a Now Man.
I would recommend it to all sufferers and would
urge Uiem not to beitute but to decide at one
to take Hood's HarinpArllla." l'AUl.M. Wr.nitn,
1112 North Tenth Street, Heading, reiinsrlrauls.
Hood's Pills are prompt nnd efflctent, yet
easy lu actluo. Bold by all druggists. He
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
So Aw'iits for tbe ItiMiilhll)' el IIiiwhII.
This Space is Reserved
J l'Sylvn, J Mori, find
(II 1.1,1 t.ANI)-fn tbU
l-'.i."). io tbu wife of
Ity, January 2il,
It. 1. Ulllllaml, a
Ruiiir noon mhi
Ilurn4 ANo llorvr
for h ro at .U--'-
rtMI'tll'M ltl'8 ST1H K
1212 lit Klnc vwt.
jNT. S. SA.CHCS,
The Popular Millinery House,
104 Fort St, Honolulu.
from major, John Ciimmiiis lining
prt'smit, to go to iUMMl iHlnml anil
wntuli for tlm stoainor Wninuinaloj
a l.iinp was givini witnoss.
IvK'(ws was takun at noon until
playtul in his apart inoutH, which is
not intmtiouablo. Mr. Cramiall r
coived l)auk a ruvolvur takon from
him, as ho had a licunso to carry
one as a miMnuur of tho Citi.nns'
Guard. !! laid a complaint boforo
tho Marslial, who will doubtless
havo tho mattor fully investigated.
In tho muautinio Mr. Craudall ad
vortist'H a reward of $2."0 for the con
viction of whoever took his diamond
ring. Ilo says tho mou wore under
the iulliioiico of liquor while search
ing houses in that ueighDorhoou.
'Further arrests havo been made
siui'o tho publication of tho list in
Saturdays Bulletin as follows:
For treason or conspiracy D. K.
Unauna, David Q Kupihea, Jos.
Kaiiifpelman (Germaii), Goo. K. Ka
ia, John A. Cummins, David Kami
ha aud Keoni Awa.
For investigation- -Kamaka (w),
John Kalama, Kaapuui, Joseph Ma
keo and Kawamoto. Kalama was
discharged by order of tho Marsha.
Prisoners of war Jos. Ahia, Wai-
auae, lloawo aud Koia.
Tho uanie of C. T. Gulick for con
spiracy was accidentally omitted
from the list of arrests in Saturday's
F. II. Wagnor, formerly of the
detective force and the mounted
police, was arrested ou his return
from San Francisco by tho Arawa.
Ilo was only detained about an hour,
iu which time he told the Marshal
of two schooners being ou the way
from tho Coast with arms ami am
munition for the rebels Ono waB
tho Vino from San Francisco, a
previous visitor hero, and the other
a vessel from Victoria. Thoro aro
1000 stand of arms aud 20 men ou
the Sau Francisco schooner. Wagner
says he told those concerned iu the
filibustering expedition that he was
going to i'ortlaud, but ho gavo them
the slip aud took passage for Hono
lulu by the Arawa. lie was uiiaoio
to do anything with his brewery
Popular approval goes fn
toward ostubliHliing tho stand
ing of a litiiiinor-s Iiuuho in any
community, and tho good-will
and patronage wo havo had
during tho last forty yours in
dicato, not. on'y that wo havo
till' I'OI'Ul.AH AIM'KOVAIi, bllt
that those who h io don't
with us h ive boon eminently
satisfied with their transac
tions. We attract and retain pnt-f'-naye
more by the kxcki.-
I.KNC-. OK OUAMTIKS
and our hkasonahi.k imucks
thst'i by proi-oitorous claims
r-olling goods below cost,
Buv Hull thii Amount ot Ynir On
lilll 'lliroUt-h auviui; in 1'lKUioiit
Kvcrj p.iinii'r -hutiM iiko l.ucoi. in
bU'iui ( l.lliend Oil, hiciillrc:
Unriil'lr tliuti LIioi-i-u
tainniiiieiil tlinu l.iu-
1. I. men l more
lit'i'oi. is more
NVo repeat as wo havo said
before that when you pay loss
for goods than wo ask for
them you get an inferior
While we carry a stock of
dry goods that is complete in Sun Fr.nicir-co h ive
every sense from the lowest "-- " ",r --Ul""
priced yoods to tho most
luxurious made, wo make a
specialty of tlu highest grade,
.Six years of actual uc in exterior
hoiifu puiiniiiK in Oulifuniht Qlh
inofit iryini' chniiitu fur niuils), in
the huriiini; hunt of tho Aruoiui Dun
orl, the An tic cnld of Aliickti. .mil on
the Atlantic count, huso lully huiI
practically shown that I.ucoi. alwiiyr
outwears Linseed Oil under tho kuiiio
conditions. All the icnl work in
The Court ro-convenod promptly
nt lilll) o'clock. I
Kauli, continuing Major handed
the lamp to witness; John Cummins
was present; it looked like a carriage
lamp; this happened ou the third
visit, whuu Cummins wanted a horse
brought to town from Waimanalo;
at this time the revolvers hadbeou
removed to tho mainland; this re
moval was made after tho second
visit of witness to town; when tho
revolvers woro brought from Itabbit
Island they were taken to Maulia's
place, where they woro hidden; wit
ness, Maulia and Kawolo dug up the
revolvers later aud brought tiiein to
tho house of Frank in Nuiiauu Valloj,,
saw steamer Waimanalo off itabbit
(Manana) Island prior In bringing
the revolvers to town; Major told
witness that the steamer Waimanalo
would arrive off tho islaud on Now
Year's ove; tho steamer was to show
an ordinary light; the Waimanalo
anchored off the island and Goorgo
I ownsond landed from tho steamer
iu a boat rowed by two men; James
Avlott. Kamaka and witness woro on
i ho inland; Townsond told Aylett to
return to town and he weut uack to
tliosteainerjwitness went to tho main
land and stayed at Maulia's place;
the day after New Year's brought
tho revolvers and ammunition into
town; wit nets wont to Pawaa and
aw Major and John Cummins and
told them about the things; weut to
NowIoiu'b Place mid saw him anq
told him of the tliiugsj waa told to
go homo aud atay until ho received
orders; a telephone message was re
ceived on Sunday for tho mou to
como into town; witness, Mauliii and
Kawolo wero stopped at Maoiuao,
and roturued tq John K-daukoa's
sclioniOj ou account, oi me rumors
of coming trouble in the islands.
Twenty-two Chinexeand Japanese
wero detained for being out after
9:110 p. in. without passes.
Jt is worth
-vays iu making
Soarch for Arms.
This paper is requested to state
that the arms found at Camariuo's
ranch yesterday are tho same as wero
reported to tho authorities by Mr.
Caiuaritios when martial law was
Deputy Marslial A. M Brown and
Captain It. Parker this afternoon
brought in eight rules ami zu ami
odd cartridge8, found at the bottom
of the sea off Waialao. C. A. Brown
took natives out m a canoe, who div
ed for tho material of war.
Captain Parker yesterday found
four rilles and 2100 rouudsof ammu
nition at Kahala. Two of tho riiles
woro hung up iu a tree.
At Cauiarino'a ranch the police
found one Springfield and one Win
chester nllo and two 6hot guns, but
Shooting at Honolulu.
In tho American Fiold, published
iu Now York and Chicago, ol De
cember 20 is tho reproduction of a
photograph of J. It. Ulack and W.
M. Cunningham carrying a largo
number of birds on a polo bornp on
their shoulders. Below the picture
are tho words, Succeeded iu obtain
ing, iu two hours, 17 pheasants, 15
ducks and 12 plovers." Mr. Cun
ningham's two dogs, Honolulu Duke
and Honolulu Sport, are in tho pic
ture, and thoir owner contributes
uotos ou Hport in those islands rela
tive to tho illustration,
your wbiio ai-
look at our stock boforo de
ciding. If we havo what you
want you will certainly buy in,
if quality and price aro any
This week Ladies' Under
wear in connection with our
jrcn nil stock will receive con
sider ble attention ; it is our
intention to make a run of
them and as the stock is an
over large ono, first buyers
will havo first choice.
ILI.U.STHATK THI.s YOUHriKLK
Put strong ammonia ou Liusccd and
l.ucol paint. Hie l.insccd pitiuln
are cloHtrojuil in u Imv uiuiiitcs; the
I.ucol paints are practically untitled
cd. 1'HOOF THAT l.UOOL IS MOKE
Break up 1) lt. pusto white lead
in one pint of bi'coi., nnd the mimr
iiuantity iu one pint of biusccd Oil.
Sprcud tho paints ou similar dark
surfaces for comparison. Tho Lucol
paint spreads ub fur as and covure
much better than tho biiisccd paint.
To get equally good covering with the
biusccd paint you have to uhu 2 lbs.
of while lead to one pint of Linseed
Oil. This nieaiis u saving of j lb. ot
paste lead to each pint of Lucol. lined,
or 0 lbs. to every gallon, equivalent
to your saving more than half tilt-
Urn t cost ot the I.ucoL.
Lucoi. is not iu competition with
cheap Linseed Oil biibstilutes.
This delicious temperance drink not only quenches
thirst, but promotes and preserves good health.
There's no drink in the world like HIRES' ROOT
liEER, in composition, in preparation, or in popula
rity. Its wonderful success is a matter of history,
and can only be explained by the fact that people
ev rywhoro recognize an! appreciate its health and
pleasure-giving qualities. Thoy will not drink thu
worthle.-s and injurious substitutes.
QT Ask your storekeeper for it. Made only
by Tho Cluirles K. Hires Co., Philadelphia, U. S. A.
"We have lined over throe dozen bottles of Hires' Hoot Beer this sea
son, and find ft the most delicious and healthful drink iu the market. Jah.
V. Hammkii, lt-20 I'd Ave., Alt in, I'a., II. S. A."
"We have used your Knot llcer iu our family over three years, winter
mid Mourner, ami would not do without it. We drink it instead of water.
Mihu Lii'i'iNcorr, ('or. 2d and l'iue Sts., Cnmcdu, X. J U. S. A.
R. P. KIILIORS & CO.
MIK I'N'nr.l'HKlNKl) OKKKIIB A
ruward of fi:) to any one ulvhiir in-
torimuioH Hint will lead to tlii conviction
ot the person who blole a Diamond KlliK
Smith & Company
lloi.LfxTKii Dkuo Company, Lin..
Lewis & Company
. G rocera
p. o. uox im
-MUTUAL TKLK. 107
PACIFIC GUANO & FERTILIZER CO.
roni his promises on Ttiurdny last.
21 It MI1.I.AKI) V. UKANDAL
FOK BALE CHEAP
HIIKHY IN VERY
uoocl Keimlr. Al
a lew urntea uoui
mid Seu3iid-hund. A inn V to
W. VV. WKIQHT.
11117-tl Hnnolnlu ('ftrrlttir.H M'l'y.
(1. N. WILCOX
J. V. HACKl'Kl.l)
K. hUHIl ,
.Bccrctnry and Treasurer.
BOOMS AND BOARD.
IIOOMS AND 1IOAI11)
IV (or a few person can a
had at Ilitnlwai, ou the Wul
V. a. uaiu i.r.i ,
X. wemie ultutuoii the
custHl'uol the old Mi-klkl
uliivif round, foiiuerlv oeon-
al ny a. uurieuovrKi H
iuks are modern and ininiiiodioqs aud tlio
biiuclona yrounda uru Inld out in fruit and
ornamental t ci's. Kasy ternia to dpiilra.
hlu tamiiit. For fitrilier oartlculars please
fients for the Hawaiian Islandf
1ST H3 W
3K NUUANU HTUKKT,
Hut ween Hotel and Kins Street, next to
Has opened a I'lrst-olacs Orcu'ury Blore
m alHive. tie vs 111 keep always ou hand
the llest and Krc'Hlieat
j American and English Groceries
Canned Goods, Etc.,
And do his host to please all
OUU NEW WOItKS AT KAUHI behiK complotod, wo are uow readj
to Furnioh all kinds of
ALSO KKKI' CONSTaNTUY ON HAND
PaeiCio (-tunno, l'otash,
Sulphate of Ainnion'u,
Nitrate of Soda,
Calcined Fertilizer Salts,
Hii-ctitl atieniiou kIvhii to AnalvsU of
All (loud are L;iiurauibod lu every repect.
Bolls by our Agricultural CheuiUU
Kor furtker partioiilaM apply to
Paoiflo Gnano & Portilizer Co.,
UK W AVKItDAM. Mauaeer.
Ed. Holfschlaeger & Co. :-:
Purchases delivered to all parts
of the Cliy.
3s4Cia.fci,a't "X'oloplj.o-n.q 257.
"Household" Sewing Machines,
Ihnd S'wlog Hicblnes, with til tbe latest Improiemerm.
Westermtyet's Cottage Pianos.
Parlor Organs, Guitars, tad other Instruments.
King and Bethel Streets.