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THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1892.
HMSS Alameda, Morse, 12 iIhjh from
Aucklnnd via Samoa
Stmr Pole from Kuual
Stmt .Ins Makce from Kauai
Stmr Kaala from Knual
Scbr Molwahlnc from Kohalu
Schr Kaulilua from Koolau
Hawn bk Andrew Welch. Drew, for San
R M S S Alamedu, Morse, for San Fran
cisco Stmr Waialealo for Wainnae at U a in
Stmr Hawaii for Iltunakua at 5 p in
Stmr J as Makce for Kauai at 5 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
KJ1HS Monowal for the Colonies
Am 3-mastcd sclir .11 C Wright for San
Schr Lavinla for Kahuku
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jas Makce 3700 bags sugar, 100
bags rice, 8 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Pele 42.15 bags sugar, 81 nbls
Stmr Kllauca IIou 42C0 bags sugar.
Schr Molwahlne - 2100 bags sugar.
From the Colonics, per R M S S Ala
meda, April C From Samoa: Hon H M
Sewell, F L Sewell. Miss Cousens, and 2
steerage, 08 saloon and 120 steerage pas
sengers In transit.
For Lanai, per stmr Lehua, April (S
Miss Lucy Ilayselden, Walter H lluyscl
deu and F Ai mstrong.
For San Francisco, per Hawn bark
Andrew Welch, April 7 E Jather, C II
Eaton, Miss Gamble, Miss F Gamble,
Mrs It J Irwin and sou, G Kluuiaun,
wife and C children, G W Babcoek.
For San Francisco, per It M S S Ala
meda, April 7 Mrs L .1 Levey, M J
Burko, Miss Dare, Miss Alice Hainill, II
Krugor, J M McChcsuey and bride, I)
Campbell, D Wylle, Mrs E B Thomas,
G L Chase and wife, J W G Cofran and
wife, Mrs C J Flshel and 3 children, C
W Smith, K S Clarke, wife and child,
Rev J M Silver, Mr and Mrs Nish, Misses
Nish (2), Misses Dougall(2), Mrs IIJ
Gallagher, Mrs B Bcaudry, Mr and Mrs
Scott, Miss Scott.
The steamer Kllauea IIou arrived last
evening with 4250 bags of sugar. She
also took 55 head of cattle from Kauua
kakai to Kal.mpapa.
The Alameda did not experience any
heavy weather on the trip up.
Tho British Bhlp Benmoie is 111 days
out irom Liverpool. She may be looked
for any day.
A large shark, estimated at 1C feet
long, was seen switnmlng leisurely
about the harbor this morning. Bathers
The Pele is discharging her sugar Into
the Kobert Lowers and the Molwahlne
into the C D Bryant.
The American bark C D Bryant leaves
Monday for San Francisco.
Tho Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch,
Capt. Diew, sailed for San Francisco
with u cargo of 27,704 bags sugar valued
at $83,702.G5. Sho also took 250 empty
gasoline drums and 2000 cigars.
The following vessels are now due
from Newcastle, N S W, with cargoes of
coal: Nor. brig Dato; bk Dou Adolpho;
bkElsluoie; bk Pascidon, and the ship
John (J Potter.
McCHESNEY-OLARKE-t the resi
dence of Mr. and Mrs. John k Bow
ler, April 7th, by tho Rt. Rev. Father
1. eonor, assisted by Kev. Father
Gulstuu, Mr. J. M. McChesncy to
Miss Alice Maud Clarke, both of
CANT In Houolulu, April 0, Adileuue
Blanche, tho wife of E. II. Cant,
aged 23 years.
jgy-Fuucral from St. Andrew's Cathe
dral at 3 p. in. to-day.
Sau Francisco ami Oakland papers
The jury in the case of James
Holt, charged with mayhem, retired
yesterday afternoon, and, after se
clusion of several hours, were dis
charged, owing to the fact that they
disagreed on a verdict.
The case of C. Kabuakallau, as
sault and battery, was heard this
morning. A verdict of acquittal was
A decibion was filed by Chief
Justice Judd in tho Supreme Court
to-day in the case of C. Bolte, as
signee in bankruptcy of Antoue
Borba vs. Jose dePonte, cancellation
of deeds. A. Borba was declared a
bankrupt on June 18th. The action
is brought to set aside u bill of sale
of certain land to defendant, ex
ecuted on Dec. Mth. Pluintiff avers
that the bill of sale was made when
Borba was insolvent. Ills Honor
decided that defendant's convey
ances are within the exceptions of
the Bankrupt Act, aud dismissed the
bill. F. M. Hatch for plaintiff j A.
P, Pettrsou for defendant.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Captain Benj. Whitney has taken
charge of tho Wigwam billiard rooms.
The Bulletin is indebted lo I'm
eer J, B. Sutton for Into Colonial news
Engine Co. No. l's stall has been
decorated and now looks homelike
Jones and Hayes, handball cham
pions of Australia, were on tho Ala
meda bound tor tho States to show oil'
ExtiiA cars leave Fort Btreet for the
concert at Wnikiki to-night at G s35,
7 :fi and 7 :35, returning to town nfter
A man named Ltti Knmanu is un
der arrest for larceny of a gold watch
valued at $ CO. The trial will come
The meeting of the Historical So
ciety at Y. M. C. A. ball this ovening
will open at 7 :!10 instead of !):!10 as
the Advertiser announces.
The old Union lion Works arc to
be re-opened bv the Pncillc lion
Woiks Co., of which Mr. J. F. lluck
fcld is President. Tlioy will bo known
as the Pacific lion Works.
Tun Nicaraguan bark Ophir, Cap
tain Bruguiore, will load coal for Ho
nolulu. The many fiieuds of the cap
tain and liis wife, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. S. B. Rose, will be pleased lo
sen them again,
Tin: British bark Veritas fiom
Newcastle with coal for this port on
February 10, roturned to Newcastle
leaking, nine days after leaving. Her
cargo was discharged to permit the
Theue were thirty-iiye cabin pas
sengers by "tho S. S. A'lanicda from
this port. Very few steerage passen
gers were taken, as the accommoda
tions in that portion of the vessel
were almost all lilled by passengers in
Cai-t. J. L. Fisher, who has been
first officer of the S. S. Chiudine, has
resigned thai position and will proba
bly leuve for the Coast by the S. S.
Alameda. His resignation was on ac
count of irreconcilable differences
with Capt. D.ivies.
A ghand concert will be given by
Miss N. von Gerichten on April 2;d,
at the Opera Houso. She will bo as
sisted by the Royal Hawaiian and the
U. S. F. S. San Francisco's bands, her
scholars ami local talent. Don't fail
to be present.
The Hawaiian baik Andrew Welch,
Capt. E. P. Drew mastei, sailed to
day with fifteen cabin passengers.
Among the number were tho Misses
Gamble, who latoly delighted a Hono
lulu audience at the Opeia House
with some really line acting.
Billy Murphy, the champion
featherweight pugilist of the world,
was a through pasbcnger on the S. S.
Alameda for Sun Frnnoi&eo to-dnv.
The little pug will endeavor to get on
a match with Geo. Dixon, the Ameri
can bantam pugilist. Billy said his
championship belt was stowed away
in tho hold of the vessel.
The American bark Margaret, with
1708 tons of coal from Newcastle for
Honolulu, put into Sydney leaking,
for repairs. -Tho captain before leav
ing Melbourne for Newcastle to load
coal declined having repairs made to
his vessel. Consequently when rough
weather was experienced she sprang
a leak and hnd to put into Sydney.
The new dredger was towed into
tho passage this morning at 7 :30
o'clock by the tug Eleu. The monster
went out the passage majestically.
She was anchored but when her
spuds, which aro used to keep the
machinery steady, were lowered tho
rivets in the sheathing came off. Tho
dredger was towed back to port, at
11:30 o'clock for repairs.
The departure of the S. S. Alameda
this afternoon was a lively occasion.
A large gathering was on the wharf,
home to bid farewell to departing rela
tives and friends, others merely us on
lookers. Tho Royal Hawaiian Band
was in attendance and rendered some
choice English airs to the great de
light of tho Colonials. The happy
J. M. McChesney and his lovely bride
weie tho centre of attraction, and a
liberal contribution of rice and baby'it
footwear, by their numerous friends,
created "a laugh all round." Bon
BOUND AND GAGGED.
The Predicament In Which a Clilnu
inun wiih Found at .Koolau
On Wednesday morning about 0 :ii0
o'clock, while workmen from Kanc
ohe, Koolau, were on their way to
the Pali, where they nro engaged on
tho road, they saw a Chinaman bound
and gagged on the bridgo about a
mile from tho foot of the Pali. Tho '
man was quickly released, and on
being asked the whys and wherefores
of his plight, refused to explain any
thing, but made some incoherent re
marks. The Chinaman is a resident of
Kancohe. Later at his home he was
again asked tho cause of his predi
cament, when he said that it was dono
by a fellowcountrynian he knew well
who, ho suspected, was only ucting
as an agent for a Chinese society.
Further particulars he would not
MAKEE ISLAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Militury Bund
will give u public moonlight concert
at Makee Island, Kupiolaui Park,
this evening, at 7:150. Following is
the program :
March- Vlonua Schrainniel
Overtiuo Poet aud Peusant Suppu
Finale Luciu. , Douletti
Seleetion Martha , , . Flotow
Three Native Songs.
Medley Ye Olden Times Hcver
Fantasia Mosquito Daucu , , . Kllunberg
Wallz Summer Evening. . . . Waldteufel
Polka Ionian Wardropo
Auckland, March 20', per S. S.
itr.iuti.M; hi: v Tiiointi.r.
Huorc TciiHliin II twcoii Cwiit llrl
taln mid (lit- IIiiIIimI Htnti'H.
Owing to the BehringSea dilliculty
the British squadron on the Pacific
will shortly assemble at Esquimau, a
seaport of British Columbia on Van
Lord Salisbury refuses to lenew
the modus Vivendi, and makes pro
posals for accommodation of the
dilliculty. The reading of his note
was received in the Senate with
marks of irritation.
The President's lejoinder caused a
profound sensation. He insists on
the unconditional renuwal of the
modus vivendi, and assorts he will
exclude poachers from Beliring's
Sea, even if a naval and military
force is required to enforce it.
Both notes were referred to the
Foreign Committee. The Sennte is
disposed to endorse the President's
The Earl of Glasgow, appointed
Governor of Now Zealand, is ex
pected out in May.
A New Zealand coaster saw a sea
serpent lifty feet long.
Frank Ilayrcs, who went to New
Zealand from the States a few months
ago, committed suicide by an ar
rangement of a double-barreled gun,
weights, slriiiLs passing through a
caudle to tho triggers, and a dose of
chloroform. While he was under the
anesthetic influence the candle bin ned
down and through the strings, leleas
ing the weights that pulled the trig
geis. He left a note with 22 in his
pocket, saying in the note that he
had no lelatives, and that ill health
was the cause of his act.
The Chinese are suiging into the
Canadian Pacific Coast from the Uni
ted States, and a bill lo restrict them
The Salvation Army has opened a
matrimonial bureau in London.
While a Jesuit was preaching So
cialism in Paris the Socialists raised
a clamor against the Iiep.ublic, and
insulted the audience, who resented
their behavior. A light ensued, in
which slicks were freely used, but
eventually the gas was put out and
those present dispersed.
A fire took place in the capitol at
Washington while Congress was sit
ting. Several documents of no great
Importance were destroyed before it
was put out.
A Polish spy, captured in Bulga
ria, has been sentenced to eight
years' imprisonment, aud fined 800.
The Lushius shaiply attacked a
small British expedition which was
sent to punish the rebels and arrest
their chief, and for some time held
them in a very dangerous position.
A much larger force is preparing to
march against the rebels.
The Eiuperorof Germany is suf
fering from great hoarseness and gen
eral languor. .
Queen Victoria warmly thanked
President Camot for his message of
welcome, and said she recognised the
respect the French nation had shown
her in her sorrow.
Many of the Russian Governors of
provinces ignore the existence of the
famine, and are exacting the entire
taxes by means of Lite merciless Hog
ging of peasants.
Mr. E. Robertson, member for
Dundee, moved in the House of
Commons for the abolition of the
common law on the doctrines of con
spiracy, with the object of justifying
boycotting and the plan of campaign.
The motion was rejected by 220 to
ISO. Sir W. -V. Hareourt and Sir
Charles aRusscIl were among those
who supported the motion.
The Russian Olllcial Messenger
stal es that the peasantry are provided
with food until May, and seed for
spring sowing. Six hundred thou
sand pounds have been allotted for
supplying cattle feed.
A bomb and dynamite factoiy has
been discovered in Paris. It is be
lieved to be the source whence the
supplies for the recent outrages of
frcquept occurrence wore procured.
It is stated that the Italian Gov
ernment will di-penso with 17,000
The Canadian Pacific Railway
strike is ended.
There has been a deficit of a mil
lion pounds in Victoria, Austialia.
The situation will be met by strict
retrenchment, until the second butch
of treasury hills or a loan is floated.
Prospects for the loan in London
are not promising.
Charity organizations in Melbourne
fear that the poor will suffer more '
severe hardship dining the ensuing
winter than has been experienced by
that class of the community since
the foundation of the colony.
Negotiations are going on for the
purchase of 1000 acres ul. Waikanae,
New Zealand, for an industrial farm.
The establishment would provide
work in time of emergency for 100
men. Full wages, however, will not
be paid lo the unemployed who may
ho sent there foe temporary work.
Dr. Miguel, Minister of Finance
in thu Prussian Cabinet, declines to
succeed Count Cuprivi as President
of the Prussian Council of Muiisteis.
It is now reported that Count Gulen
berg will bo his successor.
The German pi ess opposes the
separation of thu Chancellorship and
It is staled that Heir Studt, Gov
ernor of Westphalia, succeeds Count
Zedjiu as Miuietur of Instruction.
Tho Council of the Medical and
Dental Registration, London, has
struck a dentist named Partridge off
tho roll for advci Using. Partridge
maintained ho had spent 10,000 in
legitimate advertising. Ho appealed,
but the appeal was dismissed. The
Master of tho Rolls (Lord Esher)
declared Jiis conduct was dishonest
and monstrous. Justices Hope and
Fry concurred, clmraetciising the
appellant's proceedings as a flagrant
breach of the conditions of his di
The Durham conl minors' strike j
continues, llieir lainllics arc in dis
tress. The stiikers are tin Indent.
The miners' eight hours bill has
been l ejected in the House of Com
mons by a majority of 112. Mr.
Burl, a labor representative who was
a miner himself, opposed the bill.
Cecil Slock of Waiuku, N. Z., was
diiving home his bride the night of
his lnatrlage, when the carriage went
ove.r an embankment and killed the
The gendarmes on guard at the
hotel in Ilycres, where Queen Victo
ria is staying, slopped the Duke of
Counaught, and nearly went the
length of arresting him before the
mistake was discovered.
Ex-Premier Mercicr aud several of
Ins late Cabinet colleagues in Que
bec, Canada, have been arrested on
charges arising out of Hie recent
scandals. Meicier was going to be
expelled from llie Legislature, but
ho has resigned his seat. Thu elec
tions gave Debouehervillc, the" new
Premier, 51 supporter.-, and 19 oppo
nents. Later news is that Mercier
Hud to New York.
I'm, meet von at tho Brunswick.
A vkhy eligible lot is uH'eied for
C. J. McCakuiy has lots on Lilihu
sttcut for Mile. Il-tf
TlinBiuuswick aie thuonl) Billiard
Pmlors in town. 0-tf
A cakd of thanks from Oapt. J L,
Fisher appears to-day.
Tun Kuiuhmi Boat Club will meet
this o cuing at 7:30 o'clock
Love's Bakery is first in the field
with hot crot.s buns for Good Friday.
Am-.it siiuMiig use Cucumber Skin
'ldnic. Benson, Smith A Co., Agents,
bUNDUH.v leliuvcd at once l. Cu
cumber Tonic. Beiic-ou, Smith A- Co.,
Thu monthly meeting of the Hono
lulu Fire Department will take place
Messrs. Jas. U. Spencer and Mnik
P. Robinson li.no been added to the
Boaid of Immigration.
Ax important notice of Crow n lands
for leiibo on tho Island of llawiiii&p
pears by authority in this issue.
Dm.icioub coiiee and chocolate will
be buim.i1 oveiy muming e.nly at the
Palace lee (Jiuam Pailoi.-, Imdwigt-on,
A Ciou, Hotel .stieet. 1-tf
Shampooino and head-washing (lone
fui ladies at their robidence by Miss
Wolf, who can be found at T.i Bero
tania street, or by Mutual Telephone
(JOG, befoie 8 a, m. or aftor -" -30 p. in.
Tim translation of an autogiapli
letter from the Empeior of Japan to
Queen Liliuokalani, in ipply to u let
ter of sympathy from her ovei the
di.-aster by e.uthipiake in Japan, will
bo foil nil in the oilici.il column.
Ir you want good MiiiMige for break-lut-l
or luncheon, the liiictl -ausages
in the Kingdom are the Celebrated
Cambridge Pork Saut-.ige anil Bologna
made at the City Maikct, Xiuiuiin
btreet, opposite Queen Emma Hall,
Jos. TiSKint, Prop. :j-lm
Messrs. Cnge SL Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism theie
as follows: ""The wifo of Mr. Win.
Pruitt, the Postmaster here, had been
bed-ridden with iheuniatism for sev
eial years. She could get nothing
to do her any good. We sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and sho wns completely cured by its
use. We refer any one to her to
verify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles for sale by nil dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
BETWEEN St. LotiU College and
Catholic Church a Gentleman's
Gold Watch, engi lived. The liiider will
be suitably ic wauled on leaving sumo
at thq Uui.lp.uk Olliee. Htf!) 8t
rpwo Nicely furnished
& Enqulie Bulletin dillcc.
j&U. fi;VAL PHKMISKS, 31
f("jm 1 J Herctank street, opiio
Kaila site fort-htieetCluueh. 'Ap
ply to K.I. LI LLIE,
1182 If At Then. II, Unvies ,fc Co.
rut.. . SsUITE ol PuinUhei
j$ V Booms to let. Euqulr
Wlt-" Mus. A. M. MELLIS,
3CI 1 111 lui'i Port st , iipstalis.
OOTT A 0 is to i,ii
''pill: Collage on .School
aticut ut nrihent oeeu
uleil In Kev. W . II. HiuneH.
I'ossusbiou gle April I, IbSU, For
inn ticuiurs uppn iu
HOI Jin ALK.VJ. OARTWR1UHT.
HOUSE & lA)TVOH SAI;k.
Mt A ( Young stieet. lloiiso
Afi V 'ontuins ilvu looms,
gffi?;afl kitchen, bathroom, eto. Lot
60x110 foet lor further puitieuluri
apply to JOSE MI2DK1ROS,
J7U lin Young itieui,
Tho marringo of Mr. Dimond Dye
lo Miss An. I. Lino took place on Fri
day afternoon at tho New Drug Store.
The cpiemony was performed by
Elder Berry under a largo bell of
Garlic elusleis. The witnesses weie
Miss Both Hoot, Mr, and Mis. Alex.
Senna and Mr. and Mrs. Bui-Dock,
'fhe hi ide was attiied in a Mountain
Pink dress, made "of 'Silk-Weed 'and
trimmed with Balsam-Fir. Her hair
was dressed by Mrs. S. A. Allen; her
hands weie incased in KovGlovcb,
and she looked Bittcr-Sweol. The
groom was clad in Indian-Hemp.
After partaking of several cups of
Boni'betTea and Ettract-of-.Meiitband-wiuhus
the happy pair dcpailed. Ar
riving at theii Sassafras Baik thuy
look passnge for Niihau. That both
may live to enjoy a period of Life
Everlasting, is the wish of their many
The following weddings will take
place in April at the Now Ding Store
Mr. Juniper Uenv lo Mit-s Cara
Old Cap. Siciim to Miss Mag. Xesiu.
Mr. Bun Zoin to Miss Caii Ander.
Mr. Sal. Soda to Miss Bell A.
Let us whUpcr a few mimes of dis
tinguished witnesses who are to be
Old King Alcohol, Mi. Gum Cam
phor, Mr. and Mrs. Demijohn, Mibs
Witoh Ilncl, and otheti-. Thu con
tracting paities will leceive tlieii
friends every day from (:!I0 a. m. to
8 p.m. Light refreshments consisting
of Crushed Stiawbenies and Iue
Cream Soda will be seived. No crab
H0BR0N. NEWMAN & CO..
Corner l-'oi-l A: Ivlntr Hti'eeti.
TO BE GIVEN BY THE
Honolulu Arion Society
On Saturday Evening,
APKIL. J. I 80.
Ray TRAINS will leave the Oalm
Hallway Depot at 7 anil 8 o'clock i M.;
letiuninK will leave the Grove at 10 and
12 I". M.
t&T TICKETS to ho had at J. llu
hash's More, the Elite and I.mlwigi-en
& Uron's lec Oicaui I'uilms.
LOVEJOY & CO.,
DKAI.l.llS IN -
Wines, Spirits, Etc,,
loan St., Foster Block,
(Two doors noith of former pi u
inKes), Wheio they will ho pleased to see old
friumls ami customers. ab,, lw
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
On and after May 1 t,
1S!I2. the New and De-
;cik vj sii joio .Houern itesuiuuco
CS -.... ... . ..-. i
u-of tho nuileri'nie(l, on
Thurston Avenue, containing Lingo Par
lor, Dining Boom, Coin-urvutory, Two
Bedrooms, Dicssing Boom with Station
ary Washstaud anil t'ed.ir W'anliobu,
liatlirooui with l'.ttent CU-ct and Hot
and Cold Water attachment, l'.wtrle,
China Clo-et and Kitchen with New
Bailee, Hot Water Boiler mid all attach
Large and convenient .Stable on thu
piemises containing two liilo box-Mulls,
rarrlagu, Innne-s and feud room-;, and
Gi omuls B00X200, beautifully laid out
aud tunaeed. Thu view ii- iinstupubscd
For further parllctilain sun
W. O. ASlll.KY,
HBH-tf O. It. it I., ("o.'h Depot.
rt TVTOTIOE Is hereby given that
2c?Y 1M tlm following described
animals will bu sold at public auction
on SATURDAY, Apill 23, I8!)2, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho Government Bound
1 Bay .Shu Mule, all lcgsa black, white
spots on buuk, tail elljipud, biauded
"Jl-l" on lutt sldu of neck.
1 Black lloisu, while nputs on back
and foiehc.nl. both hind legs white,
biauded "IMC" on right hind leg.
1 Black lluinc, whltuspot on loiehcad,
light hind eg white, biautled ' VII" on
light hind ag.
I liiij lloieo, left hind leg white,
branded "1I" on lull hind leg.
HayOwucis of thu above animals must
send lu tbulr claims within 18 days,
otherwise lliuv will bu mK1 on thu date
I above named. I). KAOAO,
Uovei iimunl l'oundinaster.
Honolulu, Apill 0, 1802. UsS -l
XV you w .tut a Klrst-elass Job of I'alut
Ing ol any liceciiptluu done, c.ill on
tho I'raLiicall'alnter.J.L. ilh'" only.
Fort street ISO. 1 O, Ilos 'HI. Mutual
Telcphouu 002. 1CU U
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W"MM !La'fr '
I 1 j lP
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort stieet, oppo. Spieckels' Bank, Houolulu.
104 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
JUST OUR OWN
pecial Value in Ladies' Night Gowns !
See what we are now selling for SI. HO and SI. 25 1 They are Well-made,
Good Cotton and Nicely Trimmed !
toadies3 White Skirts !
OUR SKIRTS FOR 50 CENTS ! CAN'T BE BEAT 1
LADIES' CORSET COVERS !
IN GREAT VARIETY AND IN ALL SIZES !
CONS'llTUTING I'll 12 "BION1212R" PLAN I', ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IX Ifco!) BV ('. K WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
to'iiiliih1, Cabinet Makiog,
Bn-iue.-M in Honolulu aie til 1 cctaut, aud thu business, its orhrlmttor and
pic-uut propiii'tm huic to Muv. Il.ivimr purchased the entire interest of
thu late linn ot II. II. William- A, Co., comprising the largest slock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
r.ver in Houolulu; principally selected In 11. II. Williams during bis late three
mnutlii.' visit to the Coast, 1 now ofler this Mock aud future additions for
CAbll ut pi ices much less than heretofore charged.
Ifiy The undersigned in resuming 111- old plaeu and business would tespect
fully tender hit grateful tlmiik- for the liberal paliouugu of old friends of this
and nulghboilng Islands, and hope-to meilt a continuance of their favors whlla
soliciting a share from new fiieuds; and again offers his services in
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
Iiy Experienced and Caiuful Mun with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent .Men
J- PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. -Wl
Anil he is sure to gut
a good Negative, be
cause lie uses the
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Hm Foi'j St root, - Ilrunur Hloclt.
l'rllu.v, Aiiliii'iliiy itiul Monday, -w vlll oil'er our
8-Button Sac Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
RKUULAU 1'RICE, 75 j
h Rtittoii Sac tiloes, 7fio., regular price, $1.
ALL-SILK RIBBON, CHEAP FOR CASH !
No, '2,C5o, No. 3, 750, No. o, feOo, No.7,$l. No. U, $1.25;
No. 12,11.10, No.lMl.75.
A movement is on foot
among the retail store-keepers
to conduct their business on
the cash basis, and big in
ducements are to be offered
We aro not going to wait
for plans of others to materi
alize, we make an offer now
to supply you with better
articles at less money than
you have ever paid before.
The Fire and Burglar
Proop Safe recently im
ported by us may be what
Upholstering & Undertaking
: t i Houolulu. II. I.
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