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HONOLULU CA'.aiAQE 00.
Hackstand: Moi chant ..ud i'ort
street. Telephones, 330.
THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1880.
Sclir Kulamaiiu from tlalawn
Stmr Kaala for Walahiaand Wnhinae at
0 a in
Stmr Pole for Maul ami Hawaii at 10
Sehv Mol AValilne for Ilamnkua
Schr Kanlllua for Kauai
Ship Ales Mi'Xcil for San PraneNco
Sehr Kulamaiiu for Italawa
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr O II llishop for Walanue, Walalua
auil Koolau at 1) a in
Hktno S X CaUle, for .San Francisco
Slinr Klnan for llllo and way port" at
2 p in
From Walalua. per Mini- Kaala, Mar i
Dr Ahaic.. Mrs KaithtUou, JIrs W S
Wood anil oilier.
CARGOES FK0M ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr O K lllshop 111 bags sugar and
lL'Gii b.igs rice.
Stmr Kaala 150!) bags sugar.
Stmr Klnau 1318 bags sugar. ISO pkg
hides, ISO bags spuds, 75 bags corn,
1 horse, 2 bales wool and 175 pkgs
The following whalers aro off poit:
Nawlutl, Northern Light, Ohio, Andrew
The tern bailor lloy will leave iUahu
kona next Wednesday for San Fran
cisco. The bgtnc LtuTnio will sail from llllo,
Hawaii, next Saturday with sugar for
The stmr Klnau sails to-morrow at 2
i 1 .
GIBSOX XOTT lu Honolulu, March
Otli, by the How P. G. Ucckwith, D. D.,
.lames 11. Gibson to Lizzie Xott.
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EVENTS THIS EYENiNC.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Rides, at
Meeting of Honolulu Yacht and
Boat Club at 7:30.
Meeting St. Andrew's Church As
sociation, at 7:30.
Drill Lcleiohoku Guards, at 7:30.
Y. M. C. A. singing class, at
Debating Society, at usual time
Nu u.inu Chapter of Rose Croix;
No. 1, A. and A. S. R., at 7:30.
Meeting Board of Representatives
Honolulu Fire Department, at 7:30.
ENGINE COMPANY NO. I.
The regular meeting of Engine
was held last
More in the
chair. inc. Foreman
There was a good attendance. Voles
of thanks were passed to the fore
man, for the part he took in mak
ing such a success of the parade and
the company's banquet, and to Ma
rion of the British Club, for the sa
tisfactory spread. Other business
was of a routine character.
OUR KENRY ABROAD.
Hon. Henry "Waterhousc was pre
sent at a Y. M. C. A. Convention
held at Toledo, Ohio, February 15.
The Toledo "Bee" of the following
days says: "Eev. (?) II. Water
house gave a very interesting talk
yesterday afternoon on the work in
Hawaii. The Lord's prayer repeated
in that savage language, sounded very
odd." Mr. YValerhousc was to be
present at the inauguration of Pre
Last evening Mr. James B. Gib
son, clerk in the Custom House, and
Miss Lizzie !Nott, daughter of Mr.
James Nott, were united in mar
riace by the Rev. E. G. Beckwith,
D. D., pastor of Central Union
Church. The wedding took place
at the residence of the bride's pa
rents, Vineyard street, the front of
which was illuminated with colored
lanterns. The parlor whero the
ceremony was performed, was tastily
decorated with flowers and ever
greens, and the bride and groom
stood underneath a floral marriage
bell. Only the immediate friends
and relatives were present.
ODE TOTtRAMWAY MULE.
O, Tramway mule.
With thy pensive finite so meek,
Embodiment of colo-siil cheek,
Of ihco I sing
With thv wbiiomo smllu and plaintive
.Esthetic ears and geiieroin feet,
O, Tramway mule!
And like a boll from Heaven sent,
Thy limber leg, with skill unbent,
Doinoiistraten llm absurd excess
Of thy Infernal ciis.cdiiess.
O mule, thou llll'sl with bitterness my
And otherwise hreakoth mo all up,
How I wondur what you me.
Whuu vnit (akelh It upon yourself to
lump Into ihe wr
And iheu proceed to kick thu shilling
nut of ,, ,
Hverylhlng wllhiml tho slightest provo
cation, or wiiiiU Ui that effect,
O Traniwav nude, lliou tnki'st the bine
And to time, O festive son-of-a-giui,
I dedicate thin mlu.
A crliiiimil inny not huliuvo In his
own kiiIHi but ho Is nlwnya onon to
ICCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The Major is in town.
"Hll.n News" and "Snmoan Af
fairs" on tho fourth page.
1'kkshjbnt Clovoland signed tho
Nicaragua Canal bill February 20th.
The Kinnu sails at 2 o'clock to
morrow afternoon for Maui and Hawaii.
Tun King was on hoard tho Japan
ese steamer Onii Maru yesterday af
ternoon. Tun Honolulu Avion Society will
have a social and hop at their hall
Tin: further hearing of
luu nnuder case has been
put oir to
Tin: bark Lady l.ainpson vwas got
oil' the reef yesteiday without sus
taining much damage.
Tin: Hawaiian baud played at the
residence of Mrs. Dominis Sr., Wash
ington Place, this morning.
Tin: grading of tho Oahu Itailtond
will commence on Saluiday. Master
Harold Dillingham will tuin the iiist
The latest quotation in the rice
market was -lif at 00 days for strictly
choice, ofl' grades less accouling to
Tun bust of Mr. V. Auld by Mr.
Hutchinson, the sculptor, is now on
view at King Bros.' store, Hotel
Tin: Japanese steamer Omi Maru
sails for Yokohama at noon to-nior-row.
Mail closes at the l'osl-ollice at
Tun conceit for the benefit of
Messrs. Thrower and Schmidt will
take place Friday evening, at the Y.
M. C. A. hall.
Tin: monthly meeting of tho Hoard
of Representatives of the Honolulu
Fire Department will lie held this
evening at the Hell Tower.
Ni:ws came by the Australia of the
death of Engineer Darrell of the U.
S. S. Adams, which look place at the
hospital in San 1'ianeisco.
Mn. J. C. Connolly of Sonoma, who
has just been appointed U. S. Consul
al Auckland, N. 'A., will pass tluough
hero on the Maiiposa on the 23rd.
Kviiky member is expected lo be
present at the adjourned annual
nicotine of the Honolulu Yacht and
Uoat Club this evening, at 7 :u0
Tin: legular band concert which
should lake place to-morrow evening
at the Hotel, has been postponed to
Tuesday, on account of the benefit
concert at the Y. M. C.A, hall.
In tho Society notes of tho S. F.
News Letter for February Kith, ib
an account of the marriage of Mr.
and Mrs. Arthor Page who are
spending their honeymoon in Ho
nolulu. Tin: regular meeting of St. An
diew's Church Association will be
held this evening in the Sunday
School room, when a paper on
"Hymns and Hymn "Writers," will
be read by Mr. C. II. White.
Tin: Koyal Mail steamer Zealandia
is duo from the Colonies Friday eve
ning, en route lo San Francisco, and
tho S. S. Gaelic will be due from San
Francisco on Saturday, en loute to
Yokohama and Hongkong.
Sisxr.u Winifred who has been
visiting Bishop mid Mrs. Willis at
Iolani College fi r several months,
leaves on the Australia for tho
Eastern States. Her bister, Mrs.
Willis will accompany her as far as
Tin: brigantine John 1). Spreckels,
mentioned yesterday as having
spuing n leak, was towed into port
late in tho afternoon, and lior
cargo of sugar discharged. She will
he overhauled and sail for San Fran
cisco in a day or two.
Tin: icgular meeting of tho De
bating Society will bo held this even
ing, at 7 :30, o'clock, at tho usual
place. Subject, "Resolved, That pro
hibition of the liquor t radio would
bo a benefit to these islands." Mr.
J. O. Jones will lead the allinnative.
Tin: Taichu Driving Club and Mr.
and Mrs. Geo. C. Beckloy, havo pre
sented Hon. John A. Cummins with
two oil paintings of the Wainianalo
plantation, by Howard Hitchcock.
They havo been packed along with a
hauiUoiuo kahili to be sent to the
1'ai in Exposition.
Mil. S. B. Rose, agent in the islands
for the Mutual I.ifu lusuraiieo Com
pany of New Yoik, is distributing
boiuo very handsome calendars and
blalistics'coneeining that Company.
Thoie is also an illuminated card en
titled "A salute from tho Old Mutual
Cannon." It is most artistically got
M.micii 17lh, being named by rcso
liitlon of the Legislative Assonibly
passed May -I, IKK 1, as tho birthday
of Kiimeliamcba JII,aud falling upon
Sunday this year, Saturday March
Kith, will bo observed as a national
holiday, mid all government olllccs
throughout the kingdom will bo clos
ed on that day.
nv i., j. i.iivr.v.
At 10 n, in,, regular cash sale,
whuu will .lie offered a largo, quan
tity of fuinitiuo, groceries, dry
At noon, CO bales California Imy
ftlld 0U0 0)QU hjfc'BJ'i
SOUTH SEA FIBERS.
A dispatch from I.ond-n dated
February 18th, sayt: According to
letters received hoio to-day, the
British man-of-war Oral has return
ed to New Zealand after a cruise
among the South yea Islands, in or
der to discover and punish the na
tives who have of lato murdered a
number of Ktiropoain. At Apia it
was ascertained that a French half
caste and a Swede, having hem ca3t
ashore with two other men on Pen
tecost Island, were killed and then
At Port Sandwich it was learned
that the natives hud made a murder
ous attack on a boat's crew of a
Queensland vessel, the government
agent, Mr. Cecil, being badly
wounded. Oilier attacks on Euro
peans were also heard of there.
The Opal then left in search of in
formation of the Vernon Leu
Walker and the boat's crew at Pen
tecost Island. A friendly chief gave
information that the minder? were
unpiovokedr and the chief of the of
fending tribe was summoned to come
on board the Opal and pay the pen
alty, or he would be made to do so.
On the following morning Ihu
chief declined to visit the ship, but
offered n man and two boys m re
paration for the admitted murders.
He afterwards offered to deliver up
the actual murderers, but this
was not acceded to, as it was felt to
be a blind.
The next morning Hie Opal bom
barded the village, but the natives
had previously lied.
At Port Sandwich the French
cruiser Favert was found at anchor,
and the two commanders decided to
make examples of the natives of the
place and of the island of Paama
for the murders of Europeans com
mitted by theni. Sixty men from
each vessel were landed and pro
ceeded towaul the village, the na
tives Hying before them into the
bush. The village was burned to
the ground. The two vessels parted
with congratulatory signals, the
Opal making for Paama. On arriv
ing there the viilauo was shelled.
J. E. Brown & Co., having been
appointed Agents for the "United
States and Azorcan Packet Line,"
are prepared to issue through tickets
from points in the Azores Islands to
Honolulu, as well as from Honolulu
to the Azores. Thi& agency should
bo of great convenience to our I'or
luguese citizens who desire to bend
for their friends. Kates of passage
are given in the advertisement in
TiiuitsoAY, March 7th.
Ah You was lined Jp'Jo for violat
ing section 9. chap. 27, laws of
Geo. Bichardson, R. S. Scrim
geour and Diiscjll had each to pay
SG for drunkenness. Daniel Bone
was fined 810 for habitual- drunken
ness. ANNUAL. MEETING.
rpilE adjourned annual inu'lii'g of
X thu Honolulu YncM & ll'iat Clan
will be lu'lil at their bout house on
THURSDAY EVENhN'O, the 7thinsl,
at 7:30 o'clock. Every meinour Is ex.
pucted to be present.
E. 1. SPALDING,
100 2i Secretary II. Y. it B. C.
Iui'orinsitioii Want od.
A REWARD will 1)0 paid for infer,
iiiuiiou ri'ga.dir.g the Barque
''Wiindtiuiir .Minstrel," of Hongkong,
31'2 Ions, l.'i huaul of nt Honolulu, Dc
cember, 1KB7. Apply lo
O. O. BEKGEH,
100 Ct Honolulu.
ELECTION of OFJ'-lbiSital
A T the annual meting oT fleck.
ir.- holders ol ihe Interim ml Steam
Navigation Co, held on I ho nth insl.
the following ollleeis and director eie
re-elected for thu ensuing year, viz:
T. R. FoUer 1'reddeut
W. B. Cdfrej Vleu.Preahlcrt
J. Ena Secretary
W. II. McLean Tioi.mvr
P. C. Jones Audit -r
T. R. Foster, G. K. Wilcox, W. B. God.
I rev mid J. Enn.
SuTe'ary I. I. S. N. Co.
Honolulu, .March II, Itib'J. 101 ill
(o scud lo
ihe Azores for their
now miicipivo inrongn tieice s at in
olllco of Ihu undeislgneiU, at tho follow
Flores in Honolulu
St, Michaels "
St. George "
Tickets uUo Issued tlnnugh to Azorts
from Ilouoliilu. Special rule foi chil
dren under 12 years of atie.
J, K., BROWN fi CO.,
Agents Biirlliigion Hnule, ri F,, and
United Siuli'B Azoriau PaoUct J.lne.
rpO the l.'ii'dliors of Mmpn.n Decker,
.L buukrnpi, of Walluliii, Muui,ial,n
That Hie iinderslgiieil, Abt ii nee of ihu
Kstalo of Siini'son Djukcr, Imukrupi,
of Walluku, Muni, 1m punaratory tn
his Una) Mwnunl and .dlviiKnd, tuli
milled his account as piinli Ai"igiiie
and llled the lame bufoie I lot S, i.
Dole, .luslice of tie Suirciu Oimrl, id
bis Uhaiahcii', tn wi-mi ho v ill nt 10
o'clock a. M.on TUn WAY, the Wb
of March, Idisil, apply lor a eiimeiii
of said nco'iiiiil mid for a di-cliarcc
from all liablliiy as nm-li Ass.jihip, ami
for an order In uinku a Him! dividend.
. ...1 .1.... ...... ........ Iniuifil l inu.r
Ihim and tlieru uppinir and nnia
ttino. W. O. PAHjJB
IIM IIIKl ally )HJro (li'!' lliaj
Asiuiee ltalu mum
11ouduii, ijiifgh 5, JIbU,
isiuiee 1-taiu fnmiltm Uvukur.
i mm e im isx n
Ui V K HfllWf.tit
t 5b.H5r tlSXESD
rt fp Imw
Corner of Hotel & Fort Streets.
GBEAT CLEAEAICE SALE FOE 30 DAYS (MLY !
I hereby boiv to inform
r n nr nnl.j. J rinnn
Ldbu uuriiiiuss uuu uruiuuuus, BlU., UlU., IJIU.
Of every description will be closed out.
Parasols, prices cut in hall ; Extreme bargains m Lame iinen v iNapKin.
E& A Large Remnant Table Every Day of our Clearing Sale -JB
Mosquito Nettings reduced to 2.25 a piece ; Try our prices in White Cotton ; Best Brauds Dress Ginghams, Perceles,
fast colors ; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
material, etc.', are offered at an immense reduction.
.Silicones &' Satins reduced ; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 35c yard; immense
reduction in Black Cassemeres. My entire stock of
GENTS', LADIES' & CELILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES 1
"Will be closed out at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
tS-GOODS HOL,l ITOlfc CA.SII ONJJY XJUitirs'G 'XTIJE S-AJOE-iBa
'i-i PVm ZJrwtJtV s.at I
Y. M. C. A. EALL
Friday Evening, March 8th.
GflAND CONCERT 1
FOlt TIIK benefit of
Mr. Charles Thrower
Mr. Theodore Schmidt
These gentlemen agisted by
local talent will lender
1. Polonal-e by Chophi
lir.iplnae "of Mendelssohn
2 Trio for violin, violoncello and piano
Dr. F. R. Day. Mr. J. F. Brown
and Mr. Myron Jones.
il. Ariafiom the Opera Miguon
Mrs. J. F. Blown.
I. Caprieclo Mi'ea Hauser violin
Mrs. Walker and Then. Schmidt.
."). Duet fiom the Opera 1i.Tiiovatohe
Atieena MIs Mabel Rhodes
Jl anrico Mr. ( harles Thrower
G. 1 iano solo The Mocking Biid,
with variations Hoffman
Rccollectio-'K of Homo Mills
Mr. Veils Ollert.
7. 'I enor Solo H wni not thus to be
Mi. Chai les Thrower.
8 Meditation on lir.-t prelude of S.
Bach irom Gounod
Violins, Heir. Schmidt and Mr. Pears;
violoncello, Mr. J. F. Brown; piano,
Mi. M. Jones.
Quartet for male voices Dark thu
Merry Di urns . . . . Kougli
.Thrower, 1st tenor; Mr Tom .May,
L'd tenor; Mr. T. Rain Walker, 1st
Ba.-s Mr. T. M. starkoy. L'd bass.
. llo Solo Through the Woods.. .
MUs Mul.tl Rh'des.
Air Yarle (for violin and piano)
Mr. Schmidt and .Mr. Myron Jones.
Dim Vi'idce bunt song..... KiicKcu
r, Blown and Mr. Thrower.
13. Quartec Good Night, Beloved
MI-.sC. MM, Miss Rhodes, Mr. Star
key, Mr. Thrower.
Doors open at 7:30; yerioriiiance at 8.
Ey Tickets 81, and back seats r0
cent's ; for Mile at the olllee of J. K.
Brow u Si Co. 1811 .It
("11 I Cl I
P. r S. S Australia,
A? The Beaver Saloon
51. .3. SCiEriC, lVoiii'iftoi'.
1UUX SA PIIANOIBCJO,
Tin Al liaiin4liii
Will I avo Honohihi for lliu above
Thyr3dyf March 4,
Fur Fnslslil ui l'"4','e, apiy o
rjgf r&kai JS&Sj
cnurnl public that dunni?
and immense reductions are made m every uepurlmenl.
in Embroideries and Laces of
The Entire Slock will bo offered in that Department at Cost.
ies. iviisses m onorens wiusbih un
"Will be offered nt a great sacrifice. I call particular attention that every article must be
closed out in that department. Imiuen.se bargains arc offered in
nln ni n nln MisCS (JllltUrCtIR
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Programme of Races
March 16th, 1889
No. 1. Bl.-y. I. (..r iiuv kind) Race, i!
m.le H. ib. ric to nil. Kn
li $1. Pri. $ ft, donated In
the I in v :ii Inn I'liiiiiwny Co. mill
No. 2. Runnln;: It ice, 1 mile dash.
For Havviiimn l.ivd horses.
Free foi all. C.itch wcinht.
Prize .lickcy Saddle, Snmllu
Cloth, Itidiig lb idle, Maitin
giile and W hip, donated by
Hon. . i:. Foster mid in
No. i.'. Trotling und Pacing Rue-, 1
mile nu Ji. For H-.w liian hied
luisu. ' yen's o'd. To io'mI
i.uit nnd lle. Prize Plated
Ur.lcr.P. teller and ijiin and en.
No. 4. Running Race, K mile dubh.
lo- Hiiwalia'i bied horses, -1
years old. Ctch weight. Prize
Cup, doiiiited by Hon. Samuel
Parker und $15 and entiies.
ft. Trotting and Pacing Race, 1
mile di !i and repeat. Double
team. Fiee for all. Prize $1(1
anu em . ;s.
0. Hunniii. R.ice, J mile dash.
For 11 nu 'ii Iii.mI horse, 2
jearsol' U.ui'li weigh!. Prize
?l."i im.l umiie-.
7. HuuniiiL' R.uo, 1$ mile dah.
For Ilnwiii an Innl lirsei-, :i
year ol... t'n ih Welkin. Prize
-1.) ui'l u iliie-..
8. Tio'iuij; line.- to Itt.ud Cart, 1
m i d i- i'n i' to all. Piuc
551.1 ,1,,'i mli e .
Fn I! I i
, mile dash.
No. 10. ''lotti-. mil Pacini: It'iee, 1
mile ilit -ti. Ilest 2 in :l o Koad
Ciri. p'l-c id nil. lii.e 6(1."
No. 11. Pony Rue, 1 lni'e ibisli. Por
liau ti an ponies iiiiMc 14
handr. (.Veil wuiglii. Pii.o
$1, und ot.ti ii i-.
No. 18 I'roulm; Hue to Roa I ( an, I
mill dnli, Kich lol all I in.
waiiaii iiicd Iiouik l'n.o 15
and en nt'-.
No. l'J. liiiuniilg H.tee, V, mile dull.
Piue for all tiavuiliaii Imrres.
Pi !.$ . and cnirk.
-Tict In,' Race, I mile dash.
Pur id nuroiM that uover heat
U mint.t.s. Prl.e 1.1 mid en.
BQy-Killrles 10 liaurt i b 0 "
duy, March D, .bSU, ul -1 !'. m ,
U. BolK'h olllee.
1ST Kiilrlc vaol. horsu 3f.n Wo
Professional Jockeys allo.ved, All
Jtldeis lo bo in cnsinmo, Only grnlle
inuu drivers, t uin, etc, tn owner of
wlunliiK horse-. Money pii.ts lo ilduis
ordilVeiH. Kueli iiiuii, 'J money pil.os,
1st priu , Vinl iiiiz'ii.
J. A. CUMMINS.
Honolulu, J ii. -arj in, lfcfcU. iu
DOPP & MILLER
n ivetl a Amiiiii a
ill. hvii Jie
mimlier Hit ol . m "I'MH-APIU.I'UIA
fKH IllJliU" I" Keii which limy
mo nflVi'iii ifiil.oir ciiMiimri. Ii0 lv
Third liltifcii siu Mid Im hml wmimU,
Wlilli liu could show in iiijvaiei
And vlili hid, w walvliif
"1 woyhl I miiml," kits "obfi!
MiH by i,"r v icw. will uoi jitruili w"i
AkU Qf m oa''w ,liyi i
iny Clearance Sale large inducements will be offered,
Whiln nnnonnti T
n mfanf ruiUG UIODOUD, MUD UuP, 0U11 JJUll&BiO, Olb.
Kid Gloves 50c a pair ; Silk Gloves .vr Mitts greatlv reduced.
- r f t
S. EHRLICH, Proprietor.
75 & 77 Fort St EG AN
Fracl, Eiillsl mil Americaii Dry and Fancy Goods !
A.lKi, ITiiit' CiiMtom-Jimtlo Clotliinc.
Furnishing Coods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c.
JLJell 'X"cloiItoiiu, 50 "a 0ST
No. 24 Merchant Street, Hear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
hootch tina litis Ti:s:r,
In Glass and Stone Jars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualitios, as are wanted;
GES, in Large & Small Bottles;
OVhitc or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Oltl '.Tom Gin, Bent JBruiid iu ilxo Mnrkot;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc,
lu Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
Bittern, Liiquci'H Absinthe,
Apollinuri "Wuter, Kimmiols,
Very Superior CALIFOENIA WINES,
Zinfamlu, IMnliin, Tokay, IMadoira,
Port, Sherry, IMesliny, IToeks, Ete., Etc.
gW All of which will be .-.old
NOTICE of KEMOVAL.
Tt- A. It. IIOWAT, Vetei
XJ ueon. ha-. lU'.vul hii
ueon. im- iU"Viu nit uino in ine
Hawaii u IlnKlStablua.iorui'rof llotol
mnl Uii'hiud bticcu. .Miiund Teleplioau
asi. lll Iw
PASTUUE lor IIOKHIS
AT llaloliou, Kunuulie, luiolanpuko,
. Ufr.l itenm id unod paiiire hind, all
umilmwl nli'iity ol walm. Ajip'y tn
Uharli'n I lllliilil, at thu Kltiu'H blublia,,
Jloiinliilu, or at Jlnlekuu. fuhiW Htl ly
TVTHS. Mii.NHOK. imlUt' miike, )m
4-1 L jeiuuved lu Nn. II, Hnkul huic.
i- i au
VI IW. STBVIJNfitm,
! mm wuiw mhu-
Qlywr eAimrimi:e nt
HiUl(u. , pilivr
i. Km Ulwiuis.
lUIUl! W OWM.
nnn Omui (Inn Dnninin ntn
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
3Xutiiul Telephone, 371
Sale a Full Assortment of-
AT I.OWFST KATKS by
74 King st, -yjBjJ 74 King H
Rattan & Rood Furniture
Pianos 6l Furniture
.Muvid Willi t'nro,
Matting and Carpets Laid,
Flue Upliolstorlni k Bedding
GMAIR8 TO RKNT,