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SATURDAY, ' liEOK.MW II
NVe who Hve under Up' vim and
palm find ourselves in sympatb
With the first Christmas as can
none of thoc who celebrate the
day amid the borc.ii regi ins of the
north. English literature, inspired
by a bleak December, has sur
rounded the AnnM-Saxon idea ol
Christmas with the atmosphere ol
the froen pole The yule log and
Kriss Kringle ol the Norsemen ana
the holly and evergreen of the
Druids are it immemorial Settings ;
and yet the real Christinas hail
llOthiUS in common with these. It
was not BffiOns snow and
eanes that the Son of Man canu
Over Him spread a turquoise sky.
and through the half-opened stable
door came the seen t of springing
grasses and the odor of semi -tropic
bloom. They who bore Him
gifts did not come in furs or bring
him meed of northern woodlands.
They wore the "burnished livery of
the southern sun' and in their
hands were gifts of frankincense
n Palestine on that Decetnbei
night the shepherds laid among
their hill-side flocks; the soft airs
blew among the palms and the
fruits were ripening amid the
greenest leaves; while where the
ocean lapped the shove the surl but
murmured as in sleep. It is
such a Christina'- that will -dinn-upon
Hawaii now We turn to it
as to a familiar scene
and we can
almost see the fair and sunlit fields
over whose acres in
the times that
walked those blessed feet
That nineteen hundn d years ago srere
For our advantage on tlie bitter cr-iss
THE SUGAR TRUST INFLUENCE
If the truth could be known, it
votaIU ppeai, we think, that the
Sntriir Trust trio mnt tn rln
with leading the rather tame mind
cf Orover Cleveland up to the point
of approvine its restoration
schemes. We do not speak now
of the influence, commercial or
otherwise, which Clans Spreckels
had upon his Coronado tenant.
Charles Nordhoff. and the effect of
the latter's nlausihk- falsehoods
upon the Stuffed
Trophet ' but of
the fact that two of the
men of the Sugar Trust are Cleve
land's most intimate friends, whose
counsel he is accustomed to seek,
and who have placed him under
private obligations. The head of
the Sugar Trust in Nen York city
is said to be Ym. C. Whitney,
formerly of Cleveland's Cabinet and
now his chief Xew York adviser ;
and one of its leading members is
Mr. Benedict, whose private yacht
the President is accustomed to use
when he goes junketing. Is it to
be supposed that these men. with
the immense Make they have 111
the rehabilitation of the Spreckels
power in Hawaii and in the defeat
of the proposal to annex the group
to the United States would have
failed to use all their persuasive-
powers upon a Iriend whom they
supposed could do so much for them
as the President of the American re
public? Mr Whitney, particularly
has given Cleveland market tips''
out of which the latter has realized
a fortune He. of all men, could
ask with good grace that Mr.
Cleveland should pursue a course
that would is he believed, protect
his sugar rev enue from, the danger
which might follow the incorpora
tion of Hawaii with the United
States and the building of sugar
refineries on this soil. And if
Cleveland could be persuaded in
advance that annexation wa
opposed to Ik-mocratic principles
he would be quite in the frame of
iniiid to accede to such a request
Sly Mr Whitney, iq his relations
wun me rresiueni, is cauauie 01
seeing that political persuasion
comes to him from the right source
to he appreciated.
There another chapter in this
story of the Sugar Trust which
may MVtt corae out in explicit
terms hut which as it stands cover
the name of J.nnes H. Blount with
an ignominious suspicion Whm
1. i 1- .
iut tici'iiu i.uuiiiiiiMin.i 1 amc ,
here a letter trom jh ni.iiieiit New
ulic a 1. uli imiu J" ciuiiiciii .
York journaliet came also to say
that be could le readily handled
As nobi'ilx m tin I'ttrvlsHHIsI sin
was In tint lin- oi IttieitWMI lln M
CWgNMMMM in- ion u p' 'ii hrd
Then ennu Hprrckt-ls who spetn M
hmii ever da nt ' pel
MM 'ding ilu CuWHltsaiOHl TtMM
sue; it l'rut vWtR had llu n rthMM
in a long, mM bed RIOM inti-ricw
at tin- Palace Motel Sin PTeUMtaKU
alter Hlotinl r. tiirn. d to the QoMI
What happened theft outsider do
net know but the suspicion caused
i tin proceeding w as such thai
I when i noted Insurance man ol
' Huston infotnied i menhei ol the
Oovernuienl tint Before bill mak
ng changes in the insurance law--regulating
lights on vessels could
'i passed thfOUgtl Mf, Blount's
Congressional committee the etnl
lent ileorgian had to be as th.
"Mikado" puts it sullicientlv in
suited few of the knowing ones
vere surprised Me these stories
what they mav. the fact remains
that the foremost champion of the
Sugar Trust on these Islands was
with the exception of his chattel,
NordhotT, the nearest man of any
to Blount during thelaltel SSpjoUm
here, and that he. in his wisdom
was able to predict the course of
action which the Blounl report
Mr Mlount mav be merely a
small knave who lies rather than a
& wno uiaum nmnuiitn
irom nis menus, am m any event tin- provisional (iovernment in I lie
the truth should be arrived at in the I back, They arc the recognized
interest of public morals. Would leaders of the Royalist conspiracy,
it not be the thing, when a Con- ,,v that they have broken the
gressional committee is made up to I sedition laws and arc repeatedly
look into Hawaiian affairs', that breaking them, their arrest and
mount's case should be examined punishment should not be post
also:' Por Instance, probe his bank I puued. We call upon the Govern
account Intent to do its duty with prompt"
S5H5 SSSf. 555 ness and decision It is time to
ENFORCE THE SEDITION LAW! us,- the iron hand
Por sexeral months the Hohmna, This paper would naturally led
known as the private newspaper ' reluctance in asking that auyjottr-
imnn nt rho ,-lniin;iiil In Hie limine
has been filled with seditious lan -
guagc. That journal has uniformly
assailed the title and the personnel
of the Provisional Government, has
libeled its members, tried to break
down its credit and has prophesied
its overthrow II is now engaged
in making assertions that the Gov
whereupon those who have been
urging resistance to tht
Ainci ican 1
marines and have been
the woman whom the
tin ( lueen"
"Her Majesty' and
will be dealt with by summary
process of law In sonic cases the 1
use of the bullet and rope has
been threatened it such a paper
has any influence at all. that infltt-
e,,ce has a,,cl is Mn ted
to make the natives hostile to the j have been heard from and are cap
authorities, to create a feeling able of boniR heard from again
among Royalists gcneralK that j when the Congressional contests
may lead to an outbreak and to 1 snail come oil. very lew Demo
bring the law and the administfa-1 cratic ajentbers will expose their
ti in into contempt. throats to the- electoral knife on the
During peaceful times such angry
vaporing may be allowed to pass
1,1 silence: lint during periods ot
revolution or threatened revolt all;
countnes have found it ueeillul to
curb sedition both ol speech and " lls las '"ten. It is a very sooty
type. The French republic does so unlovely corpse, and needs to
.. . u i...v;n.i t.vv;n.ii.. :. :.nn...
at all times ami the 1 uiteu Mates
Government dnring the civil war
111 its treatment ol the .Now York
H,riL1, I'tica Otstrvtr and Ilrook
lyn Eagle, and of persons like
Clement L. Yallaniligham, proved
that under the most democratic
lorms ol t fovei iiiuent unrestrained
license of the press cannot he pel tains what purports to be a copy in
mined Th'- I'mvisional Govern-1 full of the new constitution which
meiit of Hawaii followed this rule IJliuokalani attempted to pronnil
by passing, during the month of gate on Ihe 14th of January last.
January last the following act Where Mr. Blottnt obtained the
i"l' x document does not appear, it will
it Enac ted by the E.xeeutire and
Advisory Councils of Ihe J'rmi
ivnnl Got eminent of the llohuiiimi
SgCTIOM i. Every one com
mits a misdameanoi who publishes,
verbally or otherwise, any words or
any document with a seditious in
tention If the matter so published
consists of words spoken, the
offence is called the speaking ol
seditious words. If the matter so
published consists of written or
printed words, the offence is called
the publication of a seditious libel
Section 2. Everyone commits
a misdemeanor who agrees with
any other person or persons to do
I to. the furtherance of any
seditious intention common ti i both
or all of them Such an offence
called a seditions conspiracy
Skctihn A seditious mini
lion is an internum in uiing into
hatred or contempt, or to excite
Covernment of the Hawaiian
Islands, or the law thereof, or to
excite tUe people to attempt tin
altuniiion by toni .it im mattei
.1,1,. 1,. ..1 1 ... ih.. 1 .,. . ,,r ii... ...
,-,ovvr,ii,iv,.t .., to pro
,ote lcelin:s of ill will utd hoe
tility lvtweeii ilifTereiii daeeea ol
people in th. Hawaiian Maiul-,
Si-atio.n Iii detwminitta
wc l lie 1 1 lit. inn 11 in mi wun wun rj
n.iv u-,,r,l men. Mi,., If. -it uiilli-ii or
. j i i
printed an docuun-nt was pul.
yibed, or u agreement as inadi
was or erti not seditioiii evei
pel on iinii in !. imed to Intend
I hi enMHtHNMH which would lint -hi
ilh follow bout his conduct "t
iln word spoken ot published u
tin nun and inidei the circnni
stancei In which he so apoha, puh
Hshad m conduct! d Mnarii
Si v i ins , n h is, .1, ,d
judged guilty of am misde
tm i not within the im inhsg ol iln
, l shall b, punish. -.1 bv imprison
until at fund lahot lot not Hon
than two veais or bj 1m of not
more than one thousand dollars.
Ban i n in District Hagis
trates ind I'm uit Judges shall have
concurrent original Jurisdiction to
heai ind determine eases nndei
Si i PltW , This t shall take
id 1 1 upon pnblication
Approved this joth daj ol Jan ,
i nary, a. d. in.jv
NPOR1) It DOLE,
Presidenl o the Prov isional C.o
em men! Ol the Hawaiian I si
I A Kim;.
Minister ol the Interior.
I uder the law the ,' .; is
distinctly liable, and so are all men
who talk sedition on tin- streets If
the Statute is not to be set down by
those who framed it as a mere bluff
a thing ol the scarecrow species
it should be enforced. We are
now on ,i strict military basis. War
has been threatened The men in
and about the Hoomita. who are
using incendiary language, would
probably try, in tin event of enght,
to snoot some Ol l tie supporters 01
nal, in business rivalry
should be suppressed
foomua, which is not a newspaper
and is merely, an anarchistic com
men ta tot upon political affairs, does
not call Im torbcaranccat our hands.
A l.OEil ' AUSF INDFED
1 and the
a dead cock in the pit.
; plain when Hill revolte
debate on the Hoar resolution canic
to an end. There is now a distinct
majority ol votes against reslora
tion in the upper house ol Cougreaa.
Ol course thai is enough to defeat
, any bill which the lower house
I might pass in the interest of Liliuo
kalani, assuming that the Repre
aentativea would do such a thing.
, They won't however.
The pei 'i'li
lltl" 01 Ucvclanil s private pre.iu-
dices. I hey arc not 111 politics tor
1 ou iiwuincs iuucjjcuucui uiuu-
arcny 01 ine esieru ueniispnere
free air of the Hawaiian Islands.
' kvb m n wave me
simple epitaph K I I' rot
of Mr, Mlount
i ne icpoit oi .Mt. mount con-
le recollected that its author made
affidavit to Mr Damon that all
copies of it. as well as the original
draft, hail been destroyed.
This alleged copy conl iins all
nfthe ieculiai features which have
been attribuli d to the document "f
the ex-Queen. It provides for a .
six years' term ol office lot the
Justices of 1 he Supreme Court.
1 1 confines the voting franchise
to subjects, therein disfranchising
most ol the foreigners.
it lodges th. appointment of the1
twent) font nobles in the sover
eign. It gives ihe right to vote to male
subjects free from any important
tfcolnuiea the prohibition ol
. - . . . r
ineiniiers in ine Legislature irom
hi mi neral this Constitution con
( H 111s to that of 1W14, restoring to
the sovereign all the arbitrary
M.wer which had become intoler
able 11. 1 Hi fating tin Constitution
ol 1SH7. but adding to that, a
despot)) Control of the Supreme
Court. h making the Justices re
movable . wry six years.
Provision is Masts lor the descent
ol the 11 own to Kaiulain and fail
issiii 10 the two so called
" M'ai tliat Sccietary
' President Cleveland
' f.-al.lr io s.-e any impropriety in
'li 1 'in . it ittinipt o finer sin , i
nut ilul ion upon Hawaii ot in
such su sttrmpt sa cunsc for de
throning In i
It MM unlikrh however that
iln fl il tnrrican people will In
able v. rj dcaiij tn aaa the MMNHk
Uld lutqultOM character of her
procadl re It is matter of great
tatiafactioa thai the character of
thai constitution ma be considered
no longci matter of rumor or con
tine but takes a fairh authentic
loi ni in the official report of Pres
ident Cleveland's Commissioner.
H. K , KM'II.I linn this liny BSSU
niKinte.l PaaSMtaMMMat tn tin- Ilovcrn.
nenl ivunii m Kilo, Hawaii, tfleeQeo.
i. M.-i arty isaajned,
Interior office. Dae, It, IBM.
J. A. KINO.
atuttatsr "f th'' Interior,
Offer oi the Board ol Health,
HoUolAIn, PscemtaW is, twm
owing to the eaMeaea . f Veailei
Fever en the Islnn'l of llannii llie :
Board ot Health deems it aeeesaaip for
the infm minimi ol 1 he public to boblisft
the follon inK 1
SIGNS 0F SCAHI.KI FMVBS
Scarlet fever lirst abOTI itself with
headache, vomiting, sore throat, am)
high fever. Within tWel?S or twenty
four hours, a fine lirihl scarlet rush op
pears on the face ami upper purl "f the
lio'ly. soon spre. ailing over the whole
surface. After the third ilay it fades.
After the eighth day the skin begiBS to
peel in fine scales on the body 1 ''en in
large Aakee from the hands unit feet.
Thissealing lasts from four to six weeks.
Th re is danger of spreading from the
1 1 111' "t I he appearance of the rush until
Ih. "-kin has entirety peeled off. The
Hakes of dry skin are especially danger
ous in spreading the disease.
Any person showing the early signs
before Mentioned should he immediate
ly reported to the health officials.
WILLIAM 0, SMITH,
Presidenl of the Hoard of Health.
SALS of 1. k ask or
I. ANUS IN KAU.
GOV KKNMEN T
1 in Fuinw. .Iamahv IS, ISM, at
12 o'clock noon, at tin- front entrance
nf tin- Kxi-eutlvr building, will be sold
at public auction the ti ns,. ,,1 the Oov
erntnent lauds lying b.-twi-.-n the lands
n Mnaula and Keaiwa. extending from i 820 FORT
seashore 1.. a line 7800 feet niauka of STREET.
the head of the land of Ilionaa. Kmi.
Hawaii and containing an area of 42(10
acres, a littlr more or Icbs.
Term Lease for ten years.
Upset price! MSO per annum. iay
able semi-annually in advance.
Reserving to tin- Government the
right to take up at any lime an area of
800 Bcretf in whole
saiiie i- desired hv lh,' (.overnnient, nnd
not in cultivation hyihe Hawaiian Agri-
Possession nt iln- aUive lands will lie,
Riven May 7. IH114.
Interior Office, Dee. ME; it98.
J. A. KIND,
Minister of tlie Interior.
UhPAIUMENT Of FINANCE.
W . 1:. ASHLEY lias this day lieen
appointed Registrar of Public Accounts,
vice Ueo. E. Smithies.
Department of Finance.
Dec, 15. 1N93.
8. M. DAMON
Minister of Finance.
NOTICK TO IMPORTERS
From and after Jam akv '.'nd, Istit,
Importers will he required to furnish the
usual bond lor production of properly
Certified invoices for all open entries,
signed. JAMBS II. CASTLE.
Collector-Qeneral nf Customs.
(Signed si. M. DAMON,
Minister of Finance.
Honolulu. Dee. lit. I sun.
WATfcK NO I ICE.
In ooordenoe with Section 1 of chap
ter XXVI of Ihe laws of lsxe,
All iersons holding waler privileges,
or those paying water rales, are herehy
111, 1 1 lie. I that the u aiei rul. s for Ihe term
ending June 80, 18M, will he due and
payable at Ihe office of ihe Honolulu
waterworks on the firsi day of Janu
All such rates renminhaf unpaid for
fifteen days after they are due will he
subject to ail additional ten er cent.
itaie-.in payable at tin ogjeeefthe
viatei nniks iii the Kapnaiwa batkUag.
Office of Honolulu Water Works,
Honolulu, Dec. 33, 1803
akftjlt. Honolulu Water Works.
Large Fat Gobblers.
THANKSGIVING, EXMAS AND
WkKiIIT H TJ ail LBh.
II Wi 11. I. it.- I VI. 1 1 Tl - 1 I KL
I Altl.l lllltlls.
HENRY DAVIS fc CO.
v5 9ovf Stukkt
Are you with us?
on 'U, hut
Jockey Club Cigarettes.
nn 1 IhM .f ilu
lOTKkt I 1.1 B
S. Kubey A Co.
BI4 KINO STRUCT,
Ami rw nvi . baiiilaoiiui i ikui m C'lgti--ii.-
1. O. O. I
aaattont unnni i -1
in lis. in i . tun Wsi i,
rr Morula all r. V , i n.H I., ... .
sfeseasjiUt imue,i ivattti i
It. I. I.AWHKNi'r, (ill) 4, rt'l.NEIt, I
Noble- Hrs.i.l H... mal
- - e - -
The FOUIl RO()"s
id. io.. in i
noor or i in- vi iso: k Tatma. i h.
iaaMssjsaMai4i rot s im Oihs
Km i setiuaWrt, sppiv in
w. r. AU.nv.
I Imli mini ..I Tl astl "
Ivor Pink Of Mshni A On ) Q ,,i
I he Associate,! Pres. have adopt
ed Hw CaYLHMAM fat receiving
messages ilm et treat the VslrvS,
All dispatch, r on the A-snei-iieil
Press wires are how e, i. d ,,,, wi bins
aiaehinee, and tttervlsMicenersI f-il
iug among lalegraidi IIMIISsera I hat
the day is 1101 lar oi-i.,i,t when .1 ery
desciipii.m of lel.-uinm avlll lie
print, d mi in, BMOliine, The in. oe-
meal in this dirsiil.iii lsignriiis
and persistent, SOd il "id mil he
kms bpfore ty-Tiilnn mavlilim
Will le ootit idered ss muuli a pai 1 ol
the eipiipi.iei.i iif every e,.i i. 1 ,1
office as the I. legr.iph iiislriliniitn,
With a view ol pi. .).,- I qilHlIfy
ing ur telegraphic sue ems . 1 1 Ins
wink, we iieike 110 exila ch-le 10
theui for liHrtrueilon In tMHrhii u
and the use of ihe u,... I,i. e. hi
f uture alt pupils in our TdtgnpklC
i OajNirfawnl w'IIIm fuaaAf toreoefte
o the Votigruph.
In I his. as 11, ,ry o1 ii, rr qiilsite,
it Is our intention lit Keep U41 wih
the deinends nf iniHlerii i-n-u es
methods. . old! CoffruS JoUTuCd,
There is nothing cnmplpx
shoal the CauOhaMi ii i- uulli
to last for years; is capahle ol
the greatest sp. e 1 and are Used
the World over
T. W. HOBRON.
An entire New Stock
Latett t m Ores Ooodg-
Wool Mierlals, ir the N-wei Twidi. Stripes
and Solid Ooknf al very low price.
All Wcol Crappi is -t'Liu CoLrtRa.
An elepant a'-nrtmt nt of
Fancy Figured and Solid Color Silk, fehot Silks
(the Mitftt), in nil Shudn. Fif;nr d India Silkk in
dress pttttfMt Crystal Silks, India Silks, Lunti
A lull line of lUfcl in all .olonl
Al Fifiy cute a Yard.
These Ooodn are Mlprcltil pirsoiii.llt-
of the Vmxy La I eat. and
Are oienin; New Cools at their Art Rooms,
speei.dit lie ed for ihe Reason ....
talasswnrc hi s variety of p litems Gen t Dishes, Salsd Bowls, Cheese
Dishes, Hose Bowls, Pickle nnd Craifcer J irs. Jugs, Fisgsr Bowls, Egg
Cups, Suar BiskaHs, TumbUrs, QobWts, Wiue, Cbempegae and other
Glasses, Sels, etc., etc.
I;i;nif. CklnH. Sdsums, Owari, Kioto, Tea Cups nnd Saucers,
Sets, Vases, Tea and Coffee Pots. R oval Worcester, Doultoti,
H.iviland. Cnpelend Cm Cameo Wares.
Tallies, Easels, Fanct R utnn Chiiir". Plated and silver Ware in canes.
Bogera Br...' Tork and Spoons.
loturea caracJ I'rnmes . .
Pictute Framing in the Latett St. lee
A I In ice L"l "f FEKX! in Pols nnd
EllMJn BeskeN at rerj low Prices.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO. LTD.,
402 and -04 FORT STREET.
Wrought Steel Ranges, Chilled
AGATE WARE (White. Oravaml Nirkel plated), PL'MPS, WATER
A.N'DSOII. P1PBS, WATER CI.08ETR ANU URINALS, RUB
HER HOSE ANU LAWN SPRINKLERS, BATH TUBS AND
STEEL SINKS O S. GUTTERS ANU LEADERS, SHEET
IRON, COPPER, ZINC ANU LEAD, LEAD ITl'E AND PIPE
T he lNTe w
Re Btau rant.
Hull I s ( I . s. I .
" ' ' ' s,r"-i
nun ri.as mi- tM
I s I lust I t.ASS STI L:
1 imti s Wt.l
fyieal by thn Week
ingln Meal -
Benfu'eak and ,
Nam nnd S Ks I
Fish, Chillis and Eg($s
Tea, CcHet, fissaaaa nd ci
rT' ry mal
Fort Street Store
No. 10 and the
wriro anrl Harri-
Queen Street will
bz open evenines
IMEW GOODS! !
has ?uvt been opened by
An imraeute anorimenl of
White and C0K1. Cotton Drraa Ooodn.
Lat-tl Kiuctds. Neweat Matcrlala. Naw Chail
Us. Ntw Mutlin. New Craped-
a fine laaiiH Haul of
Oii.nliJUia. PartStM and Plannelettea. i- nr.c ,
btoped tail n Cnnklaa.
Also an ekRMnt usaortmcol ot
Dre.a Tiimnu.iga to match all Materiala. !
l,y Mk. Stctis in Ma York city and are
Bill I - offered a', priors
Coppei and Sheet
KINO tTlf IT.
Going out of (he Dry Coods Business!
Everything must be aolrt WOgaiOlaei
THIS 13 NO FAKE.
Tn BSUetnOS ,.ii ,.f iihm.i f.i I ri I thf t, Honing I'l ' l ll
I i.'i.'.i iitliiti I'slovps i iiair f
1 Ladies' Silk Mitts
Children's Colored Hose..
Table Napkins.. .
1 Gents' I.ineu Collars
Ladies' " " .
i tents' Necl wi at
' Velvet Ribbon-:, '
I so Corsets 67 s bones
mil Fancy Dress buttons
Boy's Woolen Suits..
Boy's All Wool Suits
Colored Woolen Lace .
Ladies' Colored Ribbed Ytsts
Ladies' While Zauze Vests.
Boy's Cambric Collars, pr doz.
22.oo Gents' Suits..
Ladies' Dress Heels
Clasps for Cloaks, per doz..
Silk Dress Binding
Ladies' Linen t'lsters
" Leather Purses...
Misses' White Slippers
Arc you in it?
"I Miik iii tiic boat, inn nose in ihe sir,
I lie wilier: lint if eoO would like to kino. win.
1 he swim. I must refer you to
. . . KING BKOTIIUKS . . .
Thev arc certainly in it. if an attractive Mock and rennflnnlile prices
count for anything. They have even got .WHALES for anle ! Yea.
sir, Wiialf.s that sail ab"iit in erater and I. .How a magttel us von would
a ihoal of hcrriiiifs. only
with everv one thsj meet in just tlie - inn; Ittaiinst thai roll dn they
are Toys for lBUDXaV,
Then there are new PP TURK U0TJLDIXUS just arrived from the
East: a flno a-mortment of XM As CARDS, LEATHER Q00DH, PHOTO
FKAMKS and ALUl'.MS and lois of other IfatUjS ilia', om miii-t see
Kid Gloves in 8 Button, Undressed F
u Button Mo$otjetaire evening Shades
White and Colored Di;2iitys, Muslins,
Swisses and Percales.
These are the CHOICEST LINE of CRESS MUSLIN wc h.ve Ever SIowd
WK HAVE ALSO RHftBtVSD A NtOI ASSORTMRNT Ol'
White and Cream Point de lrelar.de Laces
Suitable for Trimming Wash Dr
New Furniture Store
HOTEL ST., BETWEEN FORT AND NUUANU STREETS
U iidm' uiwuftl for bimiiieM, ai.'l hiif In stock i1 t lii.-'-f n- -i t u fnt of
Antique Oak Bed Room Sets,
1 CC 1 1 1
Aleo a Fn.r
Reed and. Rattan Furniture
Flue H.iiim. Hun, v.,.,. M..,,1,.1 .,,, r,':,i. 1, ..c. 1 1,.,, K.-i.HirMl Wlk Kl
for lillowB. KiK.i.il uttwiiiijii ilcd to oi.r lutr.t at) le ol WIUE MATTBE8SK8
lbs lt iin.l ili,v,it.t ,...r 1 .1 .... I t 1.1 Hi. ... urn. v. I'lim I.ouine au.i H,f
U,-da, ut sjiii Kiuiiiiara oil. 1 i iupluiB Aaai.i luioiit of Uul.v
IWIjegei. (.'IB. Cra.!a ajul Regi l lialia.
CORNICC I'OLES IN WOOD Ok BKASS TKIMMINiJS.
Wt uiuko ft Na( I.umiib Mniliiig and Inl.-rir.r Herf.rilli.g,
Kumiliir hihI Man. i. ,u.r,. l.v lu.i V. rkii.ru.
TRIAL IS SOLICITED.
MIX TKI.ErMOfE KO m
I i 5 Spools of Hutton
4 Spools Sewing silk
KniitiiiK Silk, j Spools for.
Shelf Dilelolh, 4 ardsfor..
the WTbal to tl,. Mariner.
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"Well, thai depends,
Was 1 lie reply.
ml may soon lis in
mide roaneli are in
by Last Steamer
Oka bs and Gray
CBOICX LINE OF
to 1 2 inc
A--.! I im nt of
i.oUii. t Mukihg in ujl )U Hruiii'liiet.
LOWT PRICES PREVAIL.
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