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TIlUnSUAV, NOV. It, 1P89.
Aim bk Annie Inlmon. Ktnorsou, 1:1
iliiyn from New civile, X S V
Xnv 1 1 -Simr
ICiuihi from Kl'niica and llaunlcl
Kehr Mllle Mnnli from ICtuiat
Mint' I:t1tml finm rcpcuken
Xnv 1 1 -Stmr
Wiilinniinlii for Wal.ilua and Wm-
siti'ii lit !) u in
Schr Mary for Hnunlci
Slnir Kiialii for Wnlanae, Watulna anil
Knolan at 0 a in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Hliiir Klnau for Ullo anil way pons nt
'J p in
SMiir U It lJi-liop for Walauae, Wiilnhui
anil Koolan at !i a in
Sehr iCaulKcanuli for Koliala
FOREIGN VESSELS Itl TORT.
II if M S Koplegle, A 0 Clarke, from a
U S S Mohican,
Hear Ailm Kimhorlv,
U S S Alert, (ireeu, from yamna
U S H Nlp-le. I.t Lyon, tiom .-ninna
U.S.S IroipioK KHmp, irom San Fran-
Kwd l)l lila, Olcon, from I'ort Town-
Am brgt W (1 Irwin. McCulloch. front
Am likt H (i Wilder, Ci-Wltlm. from San
Haw bk V II Godfrey, Dabcl, from San
Am lil; Matilda, from Howard, liurraiu"
Am lik Annie Johnson. Kniermii, from
From Kauai, per
stmr Kaala, Nov
For Sail FrancUcn, per hark Forest
Queen, Nov 111 J MeCanille.
Fious Koolan, tier stmr 0 Jt Ri0inp.
Nov 13 Dr C T JJodgcrs, Mrs Slew at t,
.1 T Silva, ami 2(1 deck.
Finm Newcastle, per hark Annie
.loliuou, Nov i:j Philip Hay and Win
From Ilnmakiia, per stmr IwalanI,
Nov 1-1 (J von Meugersen. Hon I'.iul
Neumann, C'lias Creigliton, llev M C
llaiiis, ami 22 deck.
The hiigantiuchurllue. will leave Hlln
on hatiirilny foi San Francisco.
The hark' Fore, t Queen ".ailed ycter
ilay lor fan FranuNco with 7,21!) bags
sugar, ISO bag-, coffee, anil '.II barrels
molasses. The shippers were: U llack
leld&Co, ".,121 hags sugar; Then II
Oavies & Co, MM bags sugar, :I0 bags
eotfee, and 111 bbls niolas-is; Castle iV;
Cooke, 2(2 bags sugar; t! llrewer & Co,
:t,:t8-l hags sugar. Total tonnage, 47t!
ioii, domestic value. S4M,fi,"iO.
The steamer C K UMinp brouglil 2182
bags paddy. .'IfiO hags lice, r0 tuikeys,
100 bags rice bran, 10 eases oranges,
and 2!) packages .sundries.
The American Iron bark Annie Jolin
Kon, Captain I. G Emerson, arrived Nov
llltli, 43 days from Newcastle. N S W,
with 1G18 tons of coal to ship's account.
Captain Emerson thinks that it is pro
bable that he will leave in a few days
for San Francisco, and tlieie dispose
ot his coal. The Annie Johnson hail
for the most part favorable weather.
Passed off Apia on the 15th day out,
anil crossed the equator in longitude 108
ileg V, nine days ago.
II Ih ainjely UecelvoH the Hawaiian
4'oiimiiI nt Tahiti.
Mons. J C. Cognet, Hawaiian
Consul at Papeete, Tahiti, had au
dience of the King at Iolani Palace
thia morning and addressed His
Majesty as follows :
Under Hie commission of His Ex
cellency Hie Minister of Foreign Af
fairs of your kingdom dated August
mil 1880, I have had the igreat
honor to he called to the functions
- of Consul in the Society Islands, at
Papeete, Island of Tahiti, French
Establishment in Oeeaniea, in the
place of lion. J. K. Summer.
Since thai period, Your Majesty,
1 have taken a lively interest in the
affairs, politics and subjects of the
Hawaiian Kingdom, Hie extent of
which is increasitnr vear bv year. I
have applied myself to the study of
regular steam communication be
tween this beautiful country of the
Sandwich Islands, called with so
much reason "The Paradise of the
Pacific," and the Society Islands,
wh'ch are without boastfulncss
equally a true Paradise. The suc
cess of this scheme only depends
upon Your Majesty should you be
lievo it to be Your Majesty's duty
to take it into consideration.
I have for a long time, Your Maj
esty, bought for a favorable occa
sion to visit you to present to you
my very humble respects and com
pliments; toiday Your Majesty that
I have the honor to be presented
olllcially permit me to say to you
that I am proud to represent your
Hag at Tahiti, and I profit by this
circumstance to assure Your Majesty
nf my humble and modest services
to contribute to the extent of my
power as your Consul In Tahiti, to
the greatest glory of Your Majesty,
the prosperity of your beautiful
country and the protection of all
His Majesty was attended on this
' occasion by Mr. J. W. Hobeitson,
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
' IIV J. J MOIKJAN.
At 10 u. m., rcRiilar cash sale,
when will bo offered a large assort
ment of dry goods, groceries, cloth
ing and furniture, also a plme'tnn,
two seat carriage and a buggy.
iiiilM, & fitMfM. HBtfi
PtfVrt ImiliM' riii U ihUimIM o?
Tiiuni: will lio a danoo ut Mm Ailnii
11 all tomiglil for nienibciH only. .
A c'ASU of measles is reported
have hrok'cn out nl Oallu College.
A NOTtri: to the iieditor of 0,
Ahong, bankrupt, appear.s elsewhere.
hand will give
t el grounds to
a conceit on
Tin: Kin.iu leaves it 1 2 o'clock lo
iniiiriiw allernoon foi Maui ami Ha
waii. Tin: Australia is due to-nionow
with dates to tin; 8lh insl. from Hun
Tin: Reaver, Saloon will receive
fresh lio.en oysdeiaon the Australia
Thk.ui: wan a large demand to-day
for ticket for a ride on tlie lailway
Tin: annual meeting of the
Feed Company will he held at
p. in. to-inonow.
Am. flovciiiniont unices Ihruugh
oul the kingdom will ho ched on
Sntuiday, the King's hirthday.
Tin: Australia's eaigo to-nionow is
expected to ho ii heavy one, as she
will hring a large quantity of holiday
('oksktc, ladies' under weui, and
liosieiy arc heing sold at n, sacriliee
ut Sachs' clearance sale, 101 .Foil
Ni:xr Monday, the 18th in.st.,thenn
nuul meeting of Wilder's .Steamship
Company will he held at theollicu at
!) a. in.
Tin: holiday goods displayed at
the store of T. H. Davies fc Co.,
Queen street, arc alliacting much
Tin: llonul of Health in
AuUmi'ity column calls for
for the delivery of f.il cattle
Tm: sale of furniture at Hie resi
dence of 1. Q. Tewkshury, by Mr.
Morgan, was well attended and good
prices were realized.
WmciiT & Son, King street, have
three second-hand carriages, three
buggies and ii sulky for sale. This
is a good oppoi tiinily for bargains.
Mit. W. J. lliodie, auctioneer, an
nounces elsewheie that he will f-ell
the Star Mill, Kohala, at public auc
tion at Kapaau, on Friday, Novem
Tin: ladies will give a sociable at
tlio vestry of the Central Union
Church, commencing at 7 :H0 o'clock.
There will ho :i literal y and musical
Pkusons going to PcailKiveron
the excursion trains Saturday will
please bear in mind that they aie to
return on the same train, staying at
JIalawa only a few minutes.
Tiikui: will certainly be a very
good house ut the S.mvlel conceit on
Saturday evening, judging from the
number of seats sold. The box plan
is still open at Mr. L. .1. Levey's
Tkjkkts for the free ride on the
Ouliu Kailway on Saturday, the
King's birthday, aie now being dis
tributed by Mr. Prank B. Auerhach,
at the oilice of .1. K. Brown A Co.,
Merchant street. They will also he
distiihuted to-morrow between the
hours of 10 a. m. and p. in.
Tin: interest in billiard ciicles i.s
centeied in the contest which is to
take place at the Pantheon Billiaid
Parlors to-nionow evening between
the well-known experts Messrs.
Bowen and Howe. The former will
endeavor to play one thousand points
to the hitter's seven hundred.
Tiikhk is every probability of a freo
balloon ascension and paiachute
jump for the public on S:tmday
afternoon, as tlio subscription list
which is being circulated is filling
up. It is not yet decided at what
timegit will take place, but arrange
meats will he niaihi whereby tlie
public will bo notified one hour
Tiik steamer Kaala arrived this
morning fioni Kauai pomowhat un
expected, .She brought Air. Job i
Willcoek, engineer at the LihueMill.
llobascomoto bco about a bet of
rew boileis, the old ouch having
given out. An order has been placed
with the Honolulu lion Works for a
now Eel, and they will ho finished in
four or live weeks. Another instance
of how invaluable the lion Works aie.
Yi:kti:iiday ovening a reception
was given lo Colonel It. II. llrooks,
aide-de-camp to Major-Gcnoral Car
nahan, V, It. Knights of Pythias of
the Woild. at Mystic Lodgo No. 2 K.
of P. Col. Brooks was well received
and in responso lo the toast "Our
Oiiest" iniido n very interesting
speech. A collation was bcivcil by
Mr. F. Horn, the woll-knovn cateicr.
Members of Mystic and Oaiu Lodges
and several visiting brethren wero
It will ho seen in thoolHcinl notice
of the Palace reception on Saturday,
that the (Jucen will also receivo with
His Majesty. The wives and fa mi
lies of ollieials and cili.cus will thus
havo an opportunity of joining in
paying their respects, and ollering
congratulations to His Majesty on
his birthday. An opportunity is
also gjven citizens of paying their
lcspcots toThoir Majesties, after the
l.itu eiileitaiumcnts at the Palace.
Morning dress will ho observed,
YMfi timm MOKIOAHi
. V?t Wpnsnuf Mseptitlfm snfi
nnr mi Hftai.d.ritaauHiMl '
In response to an invitation from
Itear-Admiral L. A. Kinibeily, Cap!.
J. 15. Coghlan and ollicors of Hie IT,
S. Flagship Mohican, a large num
ber of Honolulu's prominent society
people .went on hoard yesterday
afternoon to attend a reception and
dance. As Hie invitid guestn ar
rived at tlie lauding Ihey were re
ccing in a very cm dial iikiiiiut by
twoolllcers, conducted on hoayl 1 lie
steam launches and conveyed to the
llagship. The gang way leading to
(lie vessel was decorated witli bunt
ing, and here tlie ollicors of the ves
sel gave a hcaily welcome to all.
The guests passed on to Admiral
Klnibcrly and Cap;. Coghlan, who
received on tlie main deck, assisted
by Mrs. Stephen Hand, Mrs. AW G.
liamutm and Mrs. I). P. Mcucfee,
wives of ollleers of the Mohican.
When the liti.i.i.Tix representative
first stepped on the main deck he
imagined himself in fairy land, so
beautifully was Hie ship decorated.
The main deck was covered in with
Hags of all nations. Kings ran the
whole length of the sides and here
and there were palm leaves. In the
center of the deck was a raised
stand occupied by Mr. Merger and
Hie Hawaiian siring band. All
around this temporary structure
were stands of arms, and it was
tastily decorated with Hags, palms
and bananas trees, presenting quite
an imposing appearance. Just be
hind the stand was an immense palm
lice, and on the branches were
perched three parrots. The effect
of this was extremely unique. The
front of the poop deck was decor
ated with bunting, evergreens and
tlowers, and in the center where
ovary visitor could see it, the word
"Aloha" in gold letters. A magni
ficent bouquet of roses sent to Ad
miral Kiinberly by friends occupied
a conspicious place.
Dancing look place on tlie main
deck, the programme containing
twelve numbers. Capl. Coghlan
and his olliccrs made all present feel
quite at home, while Lieutenants
liittcnliouse and Merriam ot the
Admiral's staff did all in their power
to give enjoyment to the guests. A
very bountilul collation was served
during the afternoon. Dancing was
indulged in until live o'clock at
which time the visitors began to
leave, hut not before assuring the
olliccrs of the ship of tlie delightful
time they had enjoyed. Among
those present were His Majesty Hie
King, attended by Col. (!. V. Alac
fariane, Chamberlain, and Mr. J.
W. Robertson, Vice-Cliainberlain,
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn, His Honor
Chief Justice Judd, His Ex. S. M.
Damon, Minister of Finance, His Ex.
L. A. Thurston, Minister of In
terior, His Ex. C. W. Ashford, Attorney-General,
and Mrs. Ashford,
Hon. J. L. Stevens, U. S. Minister
Resident, and Miss Stevens, Mons.
G. B. d'Angladc, French Commis
sioner, Viscount Torii, Acting Japa
nese Consul, Mr. Justice and Mrs.
Bickerton, Mons. Cognet, Hawaiian
Consul at Tahiti, Mr. II. W. Sever
ance, U. S. Consul-General, Mrs.
and Miss Severance, Hon. Chas. II.
Bisiiop, Hon. Win. G. and Mrs.
Irwin, Hon. W. K. and Mrs. Allen,
Gen. K. B. and Mrs. Marshall, Hon.
J. S. Walker, Mrs. Alex. Mackin
tosh, Marshal and Mrs. Sopcr, Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Dougherty, Mrs.
Booth, Miss Booth, Mrs. Quinan,
Mrs. Moseley, Major and Mrs.
Gulick, Mrs. A. Fuller, Mr. and
Mrs. Schacfer, Mr. and Mrs. Lainc,
Capt. A. C. Clarke and olliccrs of
II. B. M. S. Espicgle, Captains and
ollicer.s of the U. S. ships Iroquois
Alert and Nipsic, Dr. J. S. and Mi.ss
McGrew, Mr. and Mrs. Hatch, Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. J. O. Carter, Mrs. Scott, Mr.
and Mrs. W. Poster, and others.
The Hay Brothers, comedians,
have arrived by the bark Annie
.lohnson from Australia, and pro
pose to give two performances in
the Hawaiian Opera House. These
gentlemen have had man' engage
ments in support of the greatest
stars that have visited the Colonics.
In the press notices seen it is observ
ed that their names are among those
singled out for special praise in re
viewing plays by large companies,
"'heir specialty is a sketch entitle
"Our Guv'nors," in which about a
dozen characters are represented.
This is capable of being varied on
every repetition with new songs and
jokes. Krom their experience in
drama and opera boirffe, the Hay
Bros, give assurance of a sparkling
entertainment. Particulars of their
opening will appear later.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
lie Yat was lined $.10 and sent
enced lo three hours' imprisonment
at hard labor for having opium un
lawfully in possession. Wong
for the same offense was fined
witli one hour's imprisonment.
Kahele and Oliva were lined
usual amount for drunkenness.
I 'at Hyan, remanded for assault
and battery, was lined 20 with costs.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. A Honolulu Hides, at
Honolulu Comtnandery No. '1 Iv.
T., at 7:0.
Sociable at vestry of Central
Union Church, at7:rfi.
X. "The Dallv Hulletlii." ut) cenlH
Pftmwwurtw nennk W. MtfllW.
rftflfintly In f.ninninntl nf tlio lplo,
In ft loltnr lo tlie Annnpolk olty
council, expressog Ills thanks for (ho
complimentary resolutions adopted
by the board in recognition of his
services at Samoa and says : "These
resolutions, coming froi.. my fellow
citizens of the city of my nativity,
shall be ever cherished by me as a
valued token of their appreciation
of my cffoits lo do simply my duty
as ah olllccr ol the nation and as a
citizen of this municipality." Aiu
The presence, in Baltiniorejycster
day of Commander Dennis W. Mul
lan, l'. S. Navy, recalls the great
Sainoan disaster! in which the Ame
rican men-of-war Trenton and Van
dalia,and Hie Eber, Adlcr and Olga
of the German licet, were lost, with
many lives. Commander Mullan,
who is a nativo of Annapolis, was
the only American olllcer who saved
his ship, the Nipsic. Maryland has
cause to feci proud of such a per
formance on the part of one of her
sons, and similar achievements on
sea and land have been appropri
ately recognised by the ollicial ac
tion of her legislature. At Samoa
Commander Mullan not only showed
the qualities of a superior seaman
and a courageous man, but for
months his conduct of affairs at
Apia had, previous to the disaster,
prevented the German ollieials from
gratifying their evident desire to
appropriate the entire control of the
island. With only the little Nipsic,
surrounded by the much stronger
war vessels of an unfiiendly nation,
he insisted that American rights
should be respected, and succeeded
in carrying his point. It is to be
expected that he will receive some
substantial reward from the Navy
Department. Baltimore Sun, Au
Sim1 Mill, Kohala, Hawaii.
Ily order or Mil JOHN HIND, Manager
of the Star Mill Co., I will sell at
Public Auction at Kapaau,
On FRIDAY, November 22nd,
At 2 r. m. the following
XAII1E LAND, It. 1M517; IMacrci,
more or less.
KAl'AAU LAXD, It I. L'8 17 ; lfi 4-10
acre?, more or less.
Portion of KAHUHWAI LAXD; 1J. 1
ISC."; '2 05 acres more or leas.
Horses, Cane Wagons,
Complete Assortment of
Iron Hooting, and
1 26X48 Mill Willi EBEiUB
1 Pair lioilcra 0x20,
1 Double Kfl'ect, (i and 7 ft. Pan?,
1 Vacuum Pan, 0 ft., with Wake
3 Weston Centrifugals and Engine,
Together with the usual assort.
Clarifiers, CleaningPans, Coolers
And other Machinery usually found
well appointed mill.
CSTThe above Muchincry will be sold
in lots to Miil purchasers.
Wm. Jno. BKODIE,
FOR SALE CHEAP
, under Carriages.
Just newly paiuteil; and
!t Top UiiL'tfieH and .1 Pliat class Sulky,
allot uhtch arc In, f;ood order. Apply
W. W. WHJOHT&SOX,
401 lw Kliitf Mruvt.
A SKY Terrier Pup ans
wcrhiK to nuiiie of
Fanny. A reward will he
j;lven to auy person re
tin n la l' paid pun to
, At Davies & Co.
A COLD Headed (June, with the name
"Dr. K. A. Luiidy. Hauta Cruz
Uul.," engraved on it, 'lliu Under will
please iciuiu (lie same to Anderson &
Luudy's dental ofllco and receive a suit
able reward. 402 Ut
COTTAGE or four looms
apil kitchen in or nut of
town.' KiUr.ily of man and
wife no children, Address "K." this
olllce. ' , 401 lw
A HOUSE containing ee,ht
rponia on King Klreet
near Kuwiduliao Church. Rent
$20 per month. Apply lo
10: lw Fortbtrett.
lOU, 1 8JK-S1
Notice is hereby given that Hie first
blcniihd election (under Clinntcr Ah
Statute Laws or 1883) will be held
On MONDAY, Dec. 2, 1889.
I "uu' u)
(he ltd I Toner.
For tlio puipow of Fleeting a Chief
K iginerr and two Assistant F.njjhiccr.s
for the said File Department.
Bay Foils will be 0,1011 ut (J e. m. and
c'oe ul t) i'. m
Secretary II. V. I).
G RAN D-:- CONCERT
Hawaiian Opera House,
Saturday Mvoniinj, Xov. KItli,
Assisted by Leading Local Amateurs
and the Itoyul Hawaiian Hand.
EfflrThc box plan for the sale of seats
will open at Mr. L. .1. Levey's office,
Monday, Nov. 1Mb, at !l o'clock a. i.
For tlio Island of Oahu.
rpiIE ComU of Thy Appeal, for the
X Island of Oahu, ill bold sittings
al the following limes and places, if
there arc nuy appeals lo he heard :
For Ihe Honolulu DiMrict, in the
Court ltoom of the Police .Iiislire of
Honolulu, nt. 1 o'clock r. ji., on MOX.
DAY, the 13th day of November, 1SS1.
For the Jwa and Wnianae District,
at the Bwa Court Ilou.e, at ! o'clock
a. m ,on WEDNESDAY, the 20th day
of November, 18S1).
For llic Waialua District, al tlie Wala.
Ina Court House, al ti o'clock a.m., on
THUKSDAY, the 2Iri day ol November,
For the Koolauloa District, at Makan
(Jourt lions", at 8 o clock a. m., on I-Kl.
DAY, the 22nd day of November, 1SSD.
For the Koolaupoko District, at the
Kancobu Court limine, at!) o'clrck a. m.,
on SATUKDAY, the 23rd day of Nov
ember, lbfc!). ,
Police Justice of Honolulu, Oahu.
Dated Honolulu, Nov. 12, 18tt).
Book & Stationery Store,
P FERNS 5
A limited number of each of
Have : Just : Been : Received,
!?" Make your purchases eatlj
if you desire to hcnd presents abroad.
Thos. O. THRUM,
Dr. M. E. (iKOSSIMAN,
Will iclurn on the Australia due Nov.
ember 1Mb and rosumu practice at his
former olllce, 03 Hotel slice'- :i8K til
A SEMI-ANNUAL meeting of the
Burnt of Tiuntccs of the Queen's
Hospital will beheld on THURSDAY,
the 12lh December, 1839, al the rooms
of the Chamber nf Commerce, at 10
o'clock A. ii. Amendment to the By
F. A. SUIIAEFKR,
Honolulu, Nov. 11, 18S!I. 402 til
rpiIE undersigned have thisdny formed
JL a co partnership under the firm
name and blyle of "Kj;an & Ounn," for
the carrying on of a general mcrchan
.1.. I. EG AN.
Honolulu, October 21, 1BW. mi at
Ilorfrc. A good
traveler, tingle footer,
sneiul and gentle. Ap.
- ply at this olllce
1?ATHER Danilen'a Photo. J. J.
Williams lmi for Kale by npeelal
permission nl his studio, Foil sired,
photographs of tlie lato Father Dauiieu
taken shortly before III death. Also, a
aeries of Bcieutillo photos ol interest to
the medical faculty. iiSS tf
Equitable Life Assurance Societv
OK TIIK I'NITKD STATICS
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
Troni the Nr.w Yoiik Timk, .Tunc U2, 1S8!).
The Kquitablc Life Assurance Society has adopted a new form of
policy which, like a bank draft, is a simple promise to pay without condi
tions on the bade.
From theOuiCAUO Invp.stkiatoii.
Always on the alcrl, and ever anxious to give tlie public tlio most
advantageous contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life Assurauce So
ciety of New York has, in the past, made many advances on old methods
and has been the means to liberalize life assurance in a greater degree
perhaps, than any oilier organization. It. is not at all surprising, there
fore, that this great company now conies before the people with a new
contract, tlie like of which has not before been known In life insurance.
From the ICkntucky KKnis-rr.it, Hlelunond, Ky., June '23, ISS'J.J J
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, in the past, done more to
create and maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than thai of any of its couipotUoru.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the chnracter referred lo out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked coulhlence
in life assurance, will examine tlie new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives forthwith.
TFrom the Boston Post.
This company has done more than any other to simplify the asstirauca
contract, and lo maintain public confidence in life assurance.
IFrom the Pvcinc UNimuwnrrr.n, San Francisco, July 1, 18S9.J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance its
reputation for enterprise and progressiveness in dealing witli the subject
of life assurance.
Cfif- For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
m:r: to notify the oen'khal public that by the next
STEAMER "AUSTRALIA" DUE HERE FRIDAY,
THE Him, THE
ffi-60 : CASES : OF : GOODS la
PERSONALLY SELECTED BY Mi:. S. EHRLIOH.
NEW NOVELTIES IN
DRY -:- GOODS,
Fancy Goods, Holiday Goods,
Toys of Every Description,
Boots and Shoes, Etc, &fc
gjtr SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT WILL APPEAR NEXT WEEK jfa
Hlaclc Spaninh Lace Flouncing, from yard upward.
lllack Chunlilly Lnco Flouncing, from $2 yard upward.
Ecru, Cieam it White Oriental Flouncing, from fiOelH yard upward.
Extra Heavy (new hlylo) Oriental Flouncing, fioni Jpl.Sft yard upwaid.
Dress IMets in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream & Black.
Full iiHsortinenl of all hhaden of Oashniore, Moirce, Satin k Grnn
(Jiain Ribbon. Vclet Rugu in all huch juut received.
Rest variety in Cambric, Swim it Nainnook Enibroidcrica at
33. 3ET-. JEHLJLEJR Ac CO.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
101) FOHT STKKKT. HONOLULU.
NEW GOODS JUST TO HAND
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Colgate & Co.'s Minted Purlins & Toilet Soaps,
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
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