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sT!c,inn:us Annivi:i and
Tim Mennier Klunii Nchooncr Adn
fur Nnlo-Otlict Note lMclied Up
Alonic the loctm.
Another load of coil from the wreck wag
brought In by tliu schooner I.K.
The Ischooiier Ada, formaly tliu Henrietta,
li oflercil tor jlo by MrT W ltnwlim.
Sugar from tbu Claudluc was utorcd In
Oci'iuilc Mireboue today.
Tim Mlkahala'a orgo went to tlic bark
Albert ami ulliooner transit.
TUcro will bo six entries for the second
class yuclit race on lU-gatla ilny.
Tile cchooncr Transit received Walmanalo
sugar from tbu J A l.ummlm toil.iy.
Tlio I.elina came In on Saturday uiirlit . Sbe
brought uo sugnr, but bad some pieces ol
mill machinery Irum lluulu.
Tbc sterner Claudlr.u brought a very slim
VnH'iigcr list Irom .Maul, but brought n fair
amount of suuar and other Mand produce.
There was n minor about jcMcrilay and
today that tliu uteninur Kiimu li.ul been
nhoro on the Hawaii cont. blio should ar
rive In tomoriow nfleruoon.
Tomorrow, high tide laruc II. IS am; high
tide fiiinii il i in; Ion lule large U:1U a m;
low tldo small 7:15 p m.
Tliu Dune will lie due from the Orient to
monou. '1 he Mioera should nrrhe from
Vancouver and VU-lnrlu on Vdnesduy, and
the .Mnripo-11 from the Colonies should be in
the follow lug day.
In the race round I'ord's Island In Pearl
Harbor from Honolulu and back on Saturday,
the jncht llotinie IMiiHh'U won. "I lie Hawaii
wes II rot to reach I'earl Harbor, and was In
the lead round tliu Isluud, but the llounle
liaised her on tli home stretch, arriving
lionie over li ill an hour ahead.
Saturday, Sept. IS.
Stmr J A Cummins, Senile, from Oaliu
Stmr I.ebua, Ne, from Hawaii and
Bumuay, Sept 13.
Stmr Iwalanl, Smythc, from Lalialna and
Stmr tVahileale, Peterson, from Kauai.
Stmr Claudluc, Cameron, from Maul and
Stmr Mlkaha'a, Ilagluinl, from Kauai ports
Stmr Mokolll, llllo, from Jtolokal, Maui
Monday, Sept 14.
Stmr Kaala, Thompson, for Oahu ports. '
Stlur J A Cummin", Searle, for Will-
Stmr Inalanl, Smythc. for Lalialna and
8tmr Walalcalu, Peterson, for Kapaa and
Kilauca. Kiilllih'ul nud UiiuiUl. '
Stmr Mokolll, Ill'.o, for Molokal, Maul and
VESSELS LEAVING TOMOIUIOW.
Stmr Claudluc, Cameron, for Maul port
Stmr V U Hall, Suncnoii, for Maul and
Stmr ICIlnue.i lion. I.eictt. for Olowa
ln, Ktikuiau, Ookulii.iiml ljinpahoelioe.
StmrMikalmla, Ilagluinl, tor Kauai ports.
Am bktn S Nf Castle, Hubbard, for Sail
Am Ik Albert, (irilllllu, for San Francisco.
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmrClaudlno,
Sept 1 Mr J O Younsr and 'J children, Mre
Mist, C II Dickey, Ituv Kapu mid a daughters
and fb deck.
From Knual, per stmr Walalealc, S'ept 13
Master John Kellutt, Edwuid Jlattleld uud 5
From Kauai, per stmr Mlkahaln, I'cpt.lB
(ieo Falichlld. K 1' Dole.lt II Collier, J A
Magoon. W L Stanley. S Kubey, .1 K Parley,
Chang Kim. Mm C O liergcr, children and
servant, Miss Iljrdy, i,roie8sorMtixv?tll, Kev
A V Son res. E llroadbeut.ll Kellner, C D
1 rlllgie. .iri .vi i rcrnwiiuii, .ii-nnjii:i;m:iii
Mis V Armor, Mlas J Johui-ou, All Vat and
S3 on deck.
0ABQ0E3 FI105I ISLAND l'OUTS.
Ex stmr Walalealo 55o bags paddy, 3o bags
Ex stmr Mlkahala SOS!) bags sugar. 2o
bags rice, St bugs bran, 25 bags pla, y bills
hldi'S (n kgs sundries
Ex stmr J A Cummliis-1105 bags tugar,
35o bngH rice.
Ex btmr Claudlne 4ooo bug Biigar, 414
bngH potatoes, 11)7 bags coin, 4J bags taio,t
bogs, l-Jil pkgn numtrlc.
I'jil-nl In ItN A'uiiip.
Climate o evory vnrioty exerts
a di.rorc.it inlluonoo, on the do
sires of ninnkiwl for n &timulnut.
In 'co'lcior zones l)oveni(,'Pn of grunt
alooholio strength nro used to a
very much larger degree than in
the tropi'-H. JJei:r is best (suited
to our ch'malo and none found in
tlio market' i bettor than that
bearing the brand of "Paiist,
Milwaukee." It is brewed from
the best of malt and hops and is
n great' thirst qnt'iulior and iuvi
gorator and stimulates 'ho nerves
and musoles. At the Itoyal, Cos
mopolitan and Pntiilio saloonp it
may bo found, cold and pure. In
terchangeable checks are issued
which may bo usod at any of the
j '-, 1 i
Singers lead tlio world. Ovor
13,000,000 made and sold. High
est awards at tho World's Colum
bian Exposition for excollouco of
construction, regularity of motion,
oaso of motion, great Bpced, ad
justability, durability, euso of
learning and convenience of ar
rangement. 13. Jjorgerseu, agent,
King and 13ethol streots.
HOW TO ADORN THE COTTAGE.
Use of Arming 'mill Cheese Clotlm
Awuitig cloth is cnpnblo of inniiy
things. Tho conches and tliodivnns that
nre bo popular nnd bo tleHghtful aro ex
cellent when upholstered with this Blm
plo stuff, and outdoor pillows and cush
ions nro simply perfect when covered
with its broad stripes and rich warm
For hammock pillows and piazza
cushions it is simply nil that need bo
nsked, nud its varying color needs no
decoration outsido itself, so that busy
women may well bo glad to hail its
coming. Tho peculiar stanchncss and
durability of thoolothare, or course, tho
same, let tho color bo what it will, and
wheu really good, warm tonos aro added
it is indeed an excellent thing. Tlioro ii
that about an nbuudant pillow supply
that goes straight to tho weary heart,
nml tho piazza or tho hammock that is
piled high with theso helps to comfort
and to rest is in itself an invitation
difllcult to resist. With tho help of this
,nov dovico and of such other simplo
stuffs as nro well suited to hard unngo
and to outdoor service, either or both
can bo obtained nt littlocost, and charm
ing, tempting pictures can bo mado of
tho least pretentious summer homo.
Cheesecloth is so cheap that it is
looked upon as fit only for tlio plebeian
service of dusting, for tho purely useful
ofIlce3 of tho household and other himi
lar tilings, but in reality it mukes ns
charming sash curtains or lunch cur
tains that nro hung against tho glass as
nny womau need crave. Its &oft tcxturo
insures folds that nro nil tlio most exact
ing need ask, whilo tho deep ivory tono
makes n pel feet background for decora
tions. Flowers of any simplo form nro good
ns models, and any woman skilled over
so slightly with tho brush cau mako
curtains for her homo that aro not only
charming, but that havo tho advantago
of being unliko others that aro offered
Tho nasturtium blossoms nro admira
bio for any yellow room or for nny
room with which yellow harmonizes
well, but thcro aro hosts of other things
that will givo equally good results.
Wild roses aro charming for a young
girl's room and aro delightfully appro
priate ns well
Alorning glories nro well suited to
nny woman's apartment. Leaf forms
nro delightful, and, iu fact, anything
that can bo treated flat, as tlio artists
say. Recently, too, thero hascomo nn
invention that greatly helps tho matter
on. , A Woman clever in tho manipula
tion of paint has discovered a mixing
fluid by tlio help of which ordinary oil
paints aro mado indoliblo and will
wash. I havo tried tho experiment and
And it a great success, so that yon may
without fear uso all tho colors of your
A. J. Derby, D.D.S., Dental
oilice Cottago No. 100, Alukea
street, Mnphnno o. G15. Office
hours 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
.Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and JNUuiinu streets, lodging by
day, w?ek or month. Terms': 26
and 60 cents per night. -$1, and
SI. 25 nar week,
King Bros, latest consignment
of picture frames has taken the
town by, storm. The designs, ore
elegant, up-to-dato and of tho
Sterling, the painter, is pro
pared to quote prices on roof
painting. Ho uses a composition of
coal tar and cement. Cheapest
and best roof preparation in Ho-
There is a handsomo piece of
property, 70x100 feet, on tho cor
ner Prospect and Hackfold Btreots.
It is nil fenced ready for building
and water pipes aro laid on. En
quire of H. M. Dow.
When you are down on your
luck and feel as if tho world was
cold, hard and dreary, just stop
into the Criterion saloou and put a
roRo-polorcdtiut on everything by
imbibing a glass of Seattlo
Seattlo is fast becoming a great
city. One thing which makes it
famous is Seattle beer, which yon
find at the Criterion. A good
tiling always makes its mark.
This is one of the beat things on
Krpeger Pianos, sweetest in tone,
Jus.W. Bergstrom, nolo agent, cash
or installments. WarorooniB at
G. West's, Masonio Temple. Of
fice at Thrum's Book Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. CeT" Tele
phono 317. '
There w a sun old maid as sick as sick could
Doctor said the troublp was drinking com
Heeominended "Salvation Aiimv Diiand,"
When, Ob, what Joy to tell,
It quickly raised her from her bed,1
Doth strong aud sound and well.
Harry Cannon, Palama Grocery,
is appointed Pole Agent iu tho
Hawaiian Islands for this justly
Popular Brand of Tea. Sold in
30 cent 41b. packages. His Me
morial mixture, Young Hyson
and Japan, 2C cents, unrivaled for
cheapness and excollouco of
a Two Stores on Nuuanu street.
4 Lot on .Magazine Hill, 120x21)1 feet,
commanding an excellent view of the city
S Lot on Hackfold street, 8O1IOO.
0 A Choice Kvttldeuco on Lunalllo street,
having nil modern Improvements.
7 A Desirable UcBldcncq. at Maklkl.
Grounds well laid out. Easy terms.
8 Four Houses and Lots on Punchbowl
street, all rented at a monthly rental of $105.
ThU property is 210 feet on Punchbowl strce.
with a depth of 333 feet running to the drill
grounds or armory, with ft frontage on same
for 4 or S moro cottages. The central loca
tion of tliu property makes It most available.
0 House and Lot on Klnau street. Lot
?0xlf It. This property xs. Ill be sold at cost
ami is an excellent nargain lor niiomcsccKcr,
1110 House is elegahtlv nnlsiieu
and of the
best workmanship and materials. There h n
carriage house and barn on the premises and
tliu limits well laid out with fruit and orna
10 A Kluo Kisldcnce centrally located,
containing i5 rooms. Lot l'.'ilx'.'UU ft. Two
small cottages on the lot bringing lu good
U !10 Acres of Land lu Kallhl valley, (Wal
klki side). A stream of water Hows along
this laud. A bargain.
14 A Ooicinodloiisllrsldcncc on Uasslngcr
street, titled ulth all modem conveniences. Or
will trade lor suburban property.
Ill House and Lot on lleretnula street.
House contains U rooms, and all modern con
veniences Lot Kisl43.
17. Fine llesldeuce on Ilciutnnln street.
For further particulars Inquire at my otllce,
13. A House uuO Lot on Young street.
IU House and Lot corner Victoria and
lleretnula streets, opposite Thomas snuare.
house contains 0 rooms. She of lot lUO2U0.
21 House and Lot on Young street near
the residence ol the Kev. Mr. II) de. Lot
110x141). House contains eight rooms.
22 Small House and Lot on Keaumoku
street. Lot fiOxlOD.
23 l'corl City Property.
21 Desirable Tract of Coffee Land on Ha
waii. 23 Two Stores on. Nuuanu t,opposlto Ku
kul lane, also three lodging houses In the
rear of said stores containing 2U rooms lu all.
Tho above pa) 8 10 per cent, and Is leased to
responsible parlies for a term of years.
20 A moat Dosirublo Homo on Thurston
avemio, Large grounds and beautiful llow
or gardcu; liouso furnished throughout in
hard wood witb all latest iuiproveuicntH.
Excellent view ot tho city nnd ocean, and
one wmcii aann " " .. n .
obstructed view of tho city uud harbor. No
choicer resideuco is to bo hud iu the city J
oven by the most fastidious. I
28 A New House ol seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, patent
u, servants quarter ami sinuies,
from car line ut 1'iiuubou
!i'J- Only 4 of tboso Lots left near Knmcba
110 Two Houses anil Lots on LUlba street.
31 An 18 Acre Tract of Land at Kallhl
suitable for dividing up Into bulldlne; lots.
!)'J A House and Lot on Alakea street.
: A Ueautlful Uullding Lot at Kallhl,
HKlx'20'), cleared, fenced and water laid on.
!U A flpntlv Alanine t.nl nn TlmrMon
avenue, 210xl-.r), having a frontace on Kreeu
street of 103 feet, and commanding a bird's-1
eje view of the cltv and harbor.
as a 1.01 on Aiexnmicr street, aujoiniug
residence of Claui gnrcckcls.
(1 Klecant lleach Vroiierty at Walklkl.
:!8-Tbe only CHOfCK LOT left at Maklkl.
Itndjclnstbe residence of J A Ullmanand
the lesldenco sites of XV L Hopper, U Laws, 1
n.l Tlr Wnnil. !
42 Lot 75S150 New bouse of 8 roomH,
elcgaiil y unlslied; serantsipiarters, carriage
bouse, stables, etc, at tlio corner of Alapal
and Quarry uticeta. (jood view of the orcan.
4.1 Three houses ofl) rooms tacb, all rent
ed to good tenants. Lot It U feet on liere
tanla street by a depth of 2'JH feet through to
Klnau street, and a fioutage on the latter
street of loo feet. Rood opportunity fur In
vestment. 41 Lot on Maklkl street, 7.'.IIo Cheap.
45 House and lot on Peterson Lane, Pa
lama. House contains ll rooinc Lot 75x110.
40 DRelllng House of Urboinr, fitted with
all modern conveniences. Lot 125x110.
Situated at Palama.
47 Vacant Lot on Walklkl Hoad, 100x110.
43 liouso and Lot on Nuuanu street.
House contains clsht furnished looms.
Very coiivenUiitly located near the business
center of the city.
Notice: I can Negotiate Loans on any of
the ubuu property lor purchasers denlriug
same at from 50 to 75 per cent of the value.
1 Warehouse on Caplanude.
B A Stoio on Port ttreet next to-Club
A r'ninlithul Cottngc In u good location
for two or three months.
4-Hoiiho uud hoi, 100x2.'l!), on Liiuo off
School Htruet, niljoining Kunluwelii sehool
liouso. Puilor, .T beilrooiuv, diniiig-rooiu,
kitchen, puutiy. Iiithhoubo, curriago Iiqiiec,
Htublo unit oullniilding. Kent $25 per
ft- A Beautiful huniuifr liesIUenee ut the
IVnlimiila, 1'viirlCIM. ''ompletely fiirnlthcil;
Iho Minns nml ern ' 's nuurteis. Will rent
ctienp lo n ilMliiililo niM'Pt 'Hie lot In OMir
nn nero In lu mid well hlil out, anO com
ma ml 4 it uuintlfiil vle o( the Imrljor,
0 Store Hooni, lil).4S, fA'i per month,
ilrlvi-way Into It. lleretunla struct, rear of
City Feed Btoro,
7 Piece ground 30 feet front, on Beretn
na 6ireet, next to Ulty Fieil Store. Will
efeet good store on ground und lease 5 jeurs
n ?..( perinonlli.
R A rmiilfhed Kebldeneo on King street
In udcsliublo locality.
0 A 1'nrtlv I'urnlthed Residence nt Walkl-
M, next to tho residence of J M McUicjney.
WUI lent by the mouth or .will lease to a
dulraulc party. Pine eea bathing.
10 Furnished Cottase for couple at Wal
MM, Bcrvnnts' quurteis, stables, etc. $25 per
mouth, long lcao.
11 Large Hull on Eniinn street, ground
floor. Anv society nlshlng u ipilet locution
will do well to see this.
274-tf 210 King street.
Draft No. 17i5 for $54.00 in nilver.
Issued by ITniiiiiiianln Flantntion, Kimni.
Drawn upon -It. Hacltfold ' A- Co., ii
hlvor of YoVohninii Specie Bank, Ld.
SEFTEMBER ,14, r, 1890.,
Mmtsit0kir0ioffxrAtMniitM mmwji in
( .': 'i ' ' -s ' I .
Steamers of'thojabovo Lino running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC iRAtLvtafY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W., and colling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Suva (Fiji),
-A.23E 3D-CJE! wJT ZZOl&OXSti-lLTT ' ' '
On or about tho dnt'ca bolow stnted, viz.:
from Sydney nt Burn, for Victoria, nnd Frnm Victoria. Mil Vjwiouim r-V, II. C to
VnncoiiTor.. It. O.I ! Huvn. anil Sydney:
Stmr "WAltltlMOO" September 21
Hlmi- MTOWKllA" tlMnltnr 91
Stmr "WAKHIMOO" ,Novcnibcr2l
Stmr 'MIOWEItA" Decembor 21
Tickets iNsned from Honolulu to Cnnndn,
United StutcH nnd Europe.
FBKIOUT AND 1'AUSEKO.Elt AOCNTfl:
MoNicoll, Montreal, Cuniulu.
llonnr.T Keiui, Winnipeg, Cnnndn.
M. SinitN, Sim Francisco, Cul.
G. MoL. Buown, Vancouver, B. O.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The New ond Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tho Oceauio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney nnd
Auckland on or about
Sept. 17, 1896.
And will leave for tho above port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho Now and Fino Al Stco Steamship
Of tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
f San Fracisco
on or nD0Ut
CSq-,-.!- OL "1 KQH
epC. 4fc, XGOXD.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho above ports.
Tho undersigned nro now1 prepared
Through Tickots to All Point
iu the United States.
t3T For further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN &C9., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from B. F.
Sept. 28, 1800.
Oct. 20, 1890.. .
for B. F.
..Oot. 3, 1800
..Oct. 28, 1890
I From San'Franciaco From Syduoy for
for Sydney. Han to rancisco.
.flm'ttf Honolulu. Leave Honolulu,
Alameda, Bopt24,'00 I 51iuiposn,Septl7,00
Mariposa, Oct 22, '00 Monowni.Oot lfi'00
A LIFE SIZE
Qro Dq?oji Pfeotos of the SUter
Only 8B1 5.00
LATEST OFFEB wo have
'Portrait and Landscape
320 Fort Blroet, near Merchant.
Custom House Broker and Statisticiau
G-eneral Business Agent.
iBuiiic Steal Co.
llnnanin Qtnsiinohiii fin Wilder S toisllil) iVs
sL 'l ' TIMBTABLE.
c Steamship Line
Stmr "MIOWEKA." September 10
Hlmr VA 1(1! I MnrW ).., I,.,- In
WAllMMOO" October 10
Stmr "MIO WE1IA" November 10
Stmr "WAltltlMOO", December 10
" I1 or Freight aud Fassago aud nil
General Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Acenta for IhoIInwnimnlRlnndH.
Qcciiental & Oriental Steamship Co,
For YOKOHAMA and 'KOIIGKOKQ
Steamera of tho nbovo Companies will
cull at Honolulu on their way to the
above ports on or about tho following
Stmr City of Poklugf .
..Sept. 2S, 1807
, . .Oct. 7, 180fi
...Oct. 24, 1890
For SAN FJRANCISC0:
Steamers ot tho nbovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on thoir wny from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho above
port on or about tho following dates:
StmrDorlo Sept. 15, 1800
Stmr China Sept. 25, 18H0
Btmr Peru....,..., Oct. 12, 1800
Rates of Passage are as follows:
TO YOKO- TO rtONQ
Cabin '. 55150.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip,
ubin, round trip, 12
n ropenn Steerngo .... 85.00
.STPubsougew pajmg full fore will bo
i.iwcd 10 nercout off return faro if ro
trning within twelve months.
t2TFpr Freight nnd Passngo apply to
H. HAGKFELD & CO.,
, L.-WJGHT, Pre. S. B.,KOSE,.Seo.
Upt. J. A. K1NU, fortSlipt..
ASrill lonvo Ilqnolnln at, 10 A. M touching at
Lahaitiu, Mauhieu Buy aud M.ikenn tho
Bamo day; Muhukouu, Knwuihaeand Lan
pnhoehoe tho following day, arriving at
Ililo tho same evening.
LEAVES .HONOLULU. ABRIVE8 HONOLULU.
Fridny Sept.. 18
Tuesday.., Sept 2!)
Friday Oct. 0
Tuesday Oct. 20
Tuesday . . .Sept. 1C
Fridny Sept. 20
Tuesday Oct. 0
Friduy Oct. 10
Iteturufng, will lenvo Ililo nt 1 o'clock
r. M., touching at Laupahoehoe, Mnhu
konn and Kawitihao eauio day; Makcnn,
Mnalaea liny nnd Lahainn the following
day; arriving at Honolulu the aftornoonH
of luohday and Fridays.
Will call nt Pohoiki, I'nna.
g)C?So Freight will bo received oftoi
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leave Honolulu Tuesday nt or.M.j
touching at Kuhulul, Ilnnn, Hauioannd
Klpahulu, Muui. lttturniug 'arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call nt Nuu, Kaupo, on secoud trip
of enoh month.
0jSJ"'So Freight will V9 received aftef
r. m. on day of sailing.
This Company will ro&erves ths light to
mako changes iu the titno Of depaitmo nnd
nrrlvni ot its ptcumers wituout notico ana
it will. not be responsible for anyconse
quences arising thcrifrom.
Consignees must bo at tho Landings to
recolvo thoir Freight; this Company will;
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it hns been lauded.
Live Stook only at ownorM risk. i'
This Company will not bo lesponsiblo
for Monoy or Valuable of pussongers
unless placed in the care of Pursers.
Fasbengers are requested to purchaso
tiokets before embarking. Tlioro failing to
do so will ' bo subjedt to an Additional
charge of twenty-live per cont
To Let or Lease.
THE nESlDFNCE OF MRS. A. LONG,
ouo milo from postofOce. Largo houso with
(nrnituro. Four bed rooms, parlor, large
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
uervant houses, stables, horse pnddock,
garden nnd trees. A charming locution.
Apply to J ALFItED MAQOOF. .
tf ' Merchant M., nest rrislliWrefi
I fatwwcjiMwiMimtMcwtjdri mi iwi miwuuirmM,!
pioneer Building and
i ' )
.UscIb July, 1890, pQG,CJ5J6
Money Loaried on Approved Socurity,
A Savings Bank for Monthly Deposits,
nouses Built on tho Monthly Installment
Thittcenth Scriep of fitaok now opon.
i For further particulars apply to
A, V. GEAR, Socrotary. '
Chamber of Commerce Booms.
Ofuco hours, 12:30 1-.10 P.M. a"3-tf
' - General Manngor of
Tho Equitable Lifo Assurance Society
Of tho United Stnlos for' tiio Hawaiian
Off'ct: Merchant street, Honolulu.
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H. W. 8CHM1DT & Sons,
Agents for tho Itawniinn Mac 3s.
u'mMrSCOn'rn0,H"":"" H,uf',"'f STOKE
UOltK luonnim,,! wVlr.c.int,t and
hmi, tho 1. ,t i .ulilU wplI CJl
l I r.Vi': 1',"tT"7- for inoiiniaentol
Gonsoliflatefl Spfla Water Co., L'
Corner Allen &Fon sts., Honolulu.
HOLL1STER & CO.,
Uotol St.. umr Fort. Tol. 802.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEEU AND STOCK BROKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Expert Appraisement of Real
Estato aud Furuittirp
A. W. SEABURy, .
Collector & Real Estate Agent,
Next to the Woman's Eichnngo. ' '
Uritig in your bill", thov will bo promptly
ntteuded to. Telephone li."!); 1-. O. Box 430.
Jlnwnllan and Foreign Birds nnd Animals
mounled lu the liest iiiiiur.iv. uslin; Hie latest
iiitthndu only. , Hotel St near DrMcCrew.
DAVID K. BAKEK,
Nuunpu ViUloy, rtboyo tho Mausoleum.
All orders given prompt and faithful at
tention. No extra chnrgo lor delivering
JlowerB to nuy part of the city. Leis,
Mountain Orcena nnd Cornations a Bpo-ciity-
GONS.ALVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GIOCEKS -U V
225 Queon street, Horiqlnlu, I, I.
ALLEN & ROBINSON. "
Donlors in Lumber uud Coal
and Building MatotfLrjs of ull
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Book and Job Printer
Morohunt Street, Honollilu, H. I. ;
Over fin wiiiinn oys Cprnjinny's.
Book Btoro. ' - ' my 18.
M. S GRINBAUM& CO.,
Queen stieot, nonoluln, nnd 215 Front
, street, Sim Fruncibto, Cal.
- IMl'OKTFJtH or
General Merclianilise and
. . Commission Merchants.
H. HACKFELD & CO,
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Oor. Fort ond Queen Streets, Honolulu.
M. PHILLIPS & CO,,
Wholesnlo Impotters and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
' ' ' Fort anil Queou Stroets.
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ttsii'lall' 'th '""J' "W.