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THURSDAY, JUNE 1G, 1892.
-Haw bk Andrew Weleh, Diew, for San
Krunulsco at 10 a in
Slinr .las Makeu for Kauai at I p in
.VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Am 4-inasted bktne Chaili's P Crocker,
Lund, for l'ugct Sound
Am tern alary Hodge, Gallop, for hu-
tStmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at
For San FrnnoNro per bark Andicw
Wuleli. .Itinoll! Mis Mown, UN Kicked.-..
F AbhurM. and Alex linbei.
Tliescb'ioner .Mary E Foster lias
'Ihebk llavfnieu is docked at I MS
S wlliuf, Hhens lie is dhi'luuglng co'il
Tlie ship Hcnmoie i- lakiug in sugar
at IVSfii 'o's w liai f .
Tho bark Mary S Ames will be hauled
to Brewer's wliaif to-morrow to cll.s
cliaigu. The lorn Maiy Dodge, Gallop master,
cleaied to-day tor Euieka, Cal, wiih u.",
tons of stone ballast.
The Hawaiian bark Andicw Welch,
Drew master, sailud for S.m Franeibco
at in o'clock Ibis morning with liO.S-lU
bags Mij:ar weighing ,"201.i()(i. and val
ned at i81.y:)0 3h. The bhippers weie:
C liiewcr & Co, V A Schaefer & Co, Til
Davies & Co, and astle it Cooke.
The diiktiet pl.iuu In town Hie city
front. It wouldn't bo a bad idea for tin
ltimil Sujieivl'-or to have the Govern
ment water i-arti spiluklu a little water
at certain hours ot the day. He wou.d
ceitainly vlu the thanks ot many who
have bUfiuess in that ipiarlcr.
THE HAWAIIAN REVOLUTION.
Another opera bonffe revolution
has been bquclchcd in Hawaii by the
arrest of the leaders and a few of
their most outspoken followers. Per
haps it is not very impel tant to know
just what these disturbers want.
They prolessto deplore foieign influ
ence, native disfranchisement and
monarchical government. What
I hey aie alter is, no iloubi, their own
personal interests. The native ' ele
ment in Hawaii is becoming annually
u smaller numerical factor. The
planters, who aie mostly Americans,
with some Europeans, want annexa
tion from commercial motives. Tho
Chinese and Japanese are growing in
numbers. They want only to work
and do business. The i evolutionists,
perhaps, think that annexation is in
evitable, but that, as promoters and
heads of a native republic, they
would stand to win something in the
transfer, while there would be noth
ing in it for them as tilings now
stand. The only thing more ludi
crous than the Hawaiian Kingdom is
a Hawaiian revolution in the cause of
u republic under native rule. "San
NOTE OF THANKS.
I desire to return most sincere
thanks to the many kind friends who
rendered such hearty and generous
assistance to myself and family in
both clothing and money in the lime
of our trouble caused by Cue on the
''h inst., whereby wc lost all our
ibihohl liiriiitiu-c, bedding and
hing, saving only what yu had on
ihu time; hut 1 uih happy to say
it, thanks to their very generous
nations, my family is now placed
quite couifortablu circumstances,
ml for which I feel at a loss for
words to uxprcsb the gratitude I feel.
Honolulu, June li), lb'!2.
A tiaveluig iiiun who chained to
be in the store of E. V. Wood, ut
MuKiTb Hocks, l'u,, says while ho
wiib waiting lo see Mr. Wood, a lltllu
glil iiiiiiu in with mi empty bottle la
beled Clitiiiibuilulli's i'liiu Halm and
iauids "Alaiiiiim wants niiollicr hot
tlu of llmt iiiimIIuIiioj klm says it It
tint buhl iiicilloiiH'liir rhi'iiiiMllHiu bho
ever lined." fill uuut bullion lor uli
by id I ihmluii. IliuikUiii Kmill) iVC'o,,
wi w- 'HMiMt !. WMMNXMiVf n w Mnovi
J LOCAL AHD GENERAL NEWS,
'I'll k dredge is again itl woik on t lie
' Inir and doing nplotuliilly.
Diamond Hkad, !l p. m. Wo.ilhor
; cloudy, wind frc.li uoithcitst. No craft
j in night.
Mabti:h K. C. McLean will Umivc oh
I tin; S. S. iVuntialia for a course ul
llonld's Business College.
To-day being Corpus Chiisti day
special tei vices wuro hold nt tho Ho
iuiiu Catholic Cathedral, largo num
Captain Uill Nye, late of the
steamer Lehlia, was a paH&engur by
thu hark Andicw Welch to-day for
the Cnldon U4to
A i.Aitoi: number of steerage berths
by llu Australia have already been
taken, the majority being Pnitugueso
and their families.
Masti'.k James C. While, son of Mr.
John 0. White, Superintendent of
Water Works, is home on a vacation
after an absence of tbren years.
The sixth annual meeting of the
Maui Racing Association on July -1th
will be a lively event. '1 he purses are
large and the entries numerous.
The band will give u concert at
Queen Emma hall this evening. The
Y. W. U.T. U.ci'Hee rooms arc handy
and a pleiiMint iVoning is promised
Tin: postponed monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will he held in their
pallors at 7 o'clock p. in. to-inonow.
I'niyer meeting f illowing at 8 p. m.
A squad of bluejackets was lauded
fioin thu Austio-Hungarian corvette
Fasana this morning without mus
kets and marched up to Nuu.mu
Thk postponed annual meeting of
tho O.ihu Railway & Land Co., will be
held to morrow afternoon at the
Chamber of Commcice room at 3
Mb, Theo Richards will leavo for
tho coast on the R. M. S. S Alameda
for a vacation, pluvious to bis assum
ing the position of Principal of the
Five of the prisoners committed
for trial on thu chaige of trea
son' weie removed to O.ihu jail this
morning. 11. W. Wilcox is alone con
fined at the police station.
Three uncouth looking Chinamen
weie anested yesterday, on the com
plaint of a fellow countryman, charged
with vagrancy. 'Iheir names aie Ah
Sou, Ah Hun and Ah Chuck.
Mn. Howler's steamer went ashore
at Waialua to-day, by icfuMni; to
answer her milder, and has 18 inches
of water in the hold. 1 is hoped to
get the steamer oil' this afternoon.
Tim Y. M. C. A. will give its month
ly entertainment and social in its
hall at 7 iliO o'clock to-night. At the
close of the entertainment theie will
be refreshments. All are welcome.
The Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch
made a pretty sightgoing out the har
bor this morning Previous to sever
ing conni'iitinu with the wharf thu
crew sang "Whiskey Made Me Pawn
My Chillies," to the evident delight of
a large crowd on shore.
Foim dozen and a half pen knives
were purchased for supplying the
members of the Legislatuiu at the
opening of the session, and before the
sun set they were all gone. Several
of the mem tiers are kicking because
they didn't get one, while others are
laughing in their sleeves because they
secured "moie than one."
A 1MKKEY named Gabriel was tried
in the Poliee Court this morning on a
charge of criminal aesault on a gill
ten years of age. When the gill went
on the stand it was with great dilli
culty she was made to answer any
question. After an hour's clone ex
amination without a satisfactory re
sult, the prosecution decided lo nol
pros the ease, and G.ibriel was dis
charged. The dancing sochd given by Misn
N. von Gerichti'n and her pupiln at
the Aiion Hall yrcloiduy evening was
a cuecit-s in eeiy way Piof. II. IJei
ger, Mr. Davis and Miss Goriehlen
furnished mii-ii: to the entiio delight
of the daiiceis. Three of Miss Ger
ichleu's pupils dining the evening
cnlei tained the company with theii
graceful fancy dancing. Refreshments
of a light nature were served and the
ligbl-fnoted indulged in the fantastic
Former (allt-KiIsetl NtockH Fall
The sale of stocks by J. '. Mor
gan at noon to-day was not largely
attended and the pi ices realized were
very poor. Fifty shares of Hawaiian
Tcu & Coffee Co. were sold at 82.50
a share. Ten shares Wildcr's S. S.
Co. were knocked down ut SG7.50 a
slmro, being 832.50 per cent, below
par. Ten shares of Union Feed Co.'s
stock were sold to L. C. Abies at
852 50 a share, the only stock sold
above par. Tun shares llrewer &
Co.'s stock, at G0 a slmru, sold to
II. Waterhousc. Intcr-Islaml S. N.
Co., Piiiu Plantation Co. stocks, and
O. K. & L. Co.'s bonds were with
Uruwn, GOING AWAY.
The following are booked for the
Coast by the Australia leaving on
MUi M Ciowley, Dr Swift and
family, M Hyiuati, Mr I'elleuu, Miss
McCorriston, I) McCorrislou, II
Mct'orrlRton, Miss A Nott, Miss I)
Cuniiiiiugs, Win 0 Johnston, Mrs W
R Fox, Mrs McCartney, J S McCtiud-
less, Miss Johnston, M'hs Adams, S
Charlcsworlli, F W Cilmle, C Hosse,
MUs Annie Harfoil, Miss J Ivuuff
iiiaiiu, 1 l'eck, W Y Horner, Jr, Uev
W II Stoy, Miss Stoy, .Mrs Fletcher
Rycr, Mrfc A HaHos.'Mru MoMurly,
J CiiIiii, II (lOlduiiiilh, C F l.iitgen,
MUt. Could, MUs Holm, Mhs IVil
Itir, Cm I Wulturs, l Opfurgult, Mr
and Mrs (Jalt,,,Mis Flmirnoy, Mr
Uray, M aster H C McLean,
, . , ?
- - - inMMpBn' ;-
SIXTEENTH 13 AY.
Tiiuusday, June 1(1, 1892.
Assembly convened at 10. l'rnycr
and reading of minutes of previous
The following resolutions wore pre
By Rep. Nawulti, fiom Hilo, that
the law relating to vaccination be re
pealed. Laid on the table for further
Ry same member, that the Hoard
of Health and their agunts be removed
from ortlce. Sanitary Committee.
Also, from one Thomas Ai, asking
for share in seizure of opium. To
Rep. Bipikane, that the law relat
ing to the segregation of lepers be
repealed. To Sanitary Committee.
Also, that a new Constitution bu con
sidered and discussed. Laid on the
liy Itep. Akina, that the law relat
inir to vaccination be repealed. Laid
on the table for further considera
tion. Rep. Bipikane, that the sum of
S5,000 be appropriated towards ex
tension of Kuakiui street. To Com
mittee on Public Lands.
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported bills Nos. 7 to
10, 15 to -17, 51 to 50, printed and
ready for distribution.
Minister Whiting presented a re
ply to a question relative to J. C.
Searls, deputy sheriff, to the effect
that the said deputy sheriff would
tender his resignation at the end of
the present month. He would only
receive pay for time employ cd.
Rep. Ivamauoha gave notice of bill
lo create a port of entry at Honuapo,
Minister Spencer presented the
following answer, read by the Clerk,
to questions propounded by Noble
"In answer to the questions of the
honorable D. W. Pua, in relation to
the ownership of Kuhului harbor and
wharf, I would lespectfully state:
"1st. The lands bordering the
harbor arc private lands. As to the
rights of navigation, anchorage, etc.,
the case would probabh be covered,
as was a similar one at Lahaina, in
the matter of the claim of Kekuanaoa
for right to collect harbor dues. Re
solution of Privy Council, Vol. 3, p.
"The rights of King as Sovereign
extend from high water mark and a
marine league to sea and to all
navigable straits and passages among
the islands, the rights of the adjoin
ing lands to the harbor being limited
probably to the rights of the fishery.
"The Kahului village is mostly on
the laud of Wailukn, which was con
vcyed to Clause Spreckels in accord
ance with authorization of Legisla
tuiu (see Chap. X. Laws of 1880.)
"2d. The wharf at Kahului is
owned by the Kahului It. It. Co. In
1882, 85000 was appropriated for a
lauding at Kahului, but nothing was
Itep. Kapahu read for the first time
a bill to create three inspectors of
schools under the Board of Educa
tion. Rep. Nahinu gave notice of bills:
(1) To amend Section 2, Chapter 29,
Laws of 1880, relating to the com
pensation of kokuas at the Leper
Settlement. (2) That lepers have the
riirht to vote. (3) That lepers at
Molokai be privileged to build their
own houses on lands belonging to thu
Board of Health and have the right
to sell ihe same.
The same member introduced a
resolution to the effect that the sum
of 3U00 be appiopriated for the
purpose of sinking an artesian well
on Molokai. To Public Lauds.
At 10:30, on motion of Rep. C.
W. Aslifoid, the Order uf the Day
relating to the consideration of the
reports of the Judiciary Committee
on the eligibility of noiary publics,
Privy Councillors and attorneys to
sit as members of the Legislature,
was taken up.
On motion of Rep. Smith the House
resolved into Committee of the Whole
and proceeded with the business,
Noble Marpilun in tht chair.
The reports of the Judiciary Com
mittee were read by the Clerk and
Rep. Ashford said that he had
been criticized by the Advertiser for
not quoting Scripture properly. Ho
would now make another attempt
and, relative to the question under
consideration and us it affected him
self, he would say, "Let him who is
without sin among you cast the first
stoue." (Applause and laughter.)
A long pause ensuing and no mem
ber seeming desirous of spooking,
Rep. Ashford again rose and moved
that the Committee rise, report pio
gress and ask leavo to sit again six
mouths from now. (Laughter.)
Noble Young was of opinion that
it would bu advisable to stare the
matter right in the face. He thought
it was unreasonable to rulo out Privy
Councillors, yet at the same time it
looked us though notaries were in
eligible. It wus pertinent to the
ciiie that so many able lawyers were
divided in opinion us regauled the
construction of the Constitution.
The report of the Judiciary Com
mittee showud that that committee
wus equally divided. He could see
( no benellt in the discussion liuhlu
ensue, so he would move the iiidell
uilu postponement of thu whole mat
ter. Rep, Kainiiuohu coiiulduied that If
a notary public has no right to nil us
it member then u member of the
Privy Council had lus light.
Itep, lositpu suit! tlutl thu Assuui'
lily, uiu(jittly thu luwyurs, looked
to him like ii lot of ouku after a
flghlt thi-lr llbhtls Irmcred, their lulls
drooping and an ctiilcnt tlpsiro not
to attract uoticu by any noise. Only
a little while ago tho subject was ex
pected to bring forth strong debate,
now there Is fear and trembling His
opinion was that the ineligibility
would apply, to nolaiies mid nut lo
members of the Privy Council.
Rep. Koatioti was of opinion thai
notaries as well as Privy Councillors
could sit. Thu opinion of the com
mittee, adverse to his, had been
rounded on a decision or opinion of
the Supremo Court. The times,
however, hnd changed since the pre
sentation of that opinion. Then no
taries were made by the Privy Coun
cil, now by the Minister of the In
terior. It would be absurd if a doc
tor should apply the same remedy to
a new complaint when the old one
Noble Baldwin would not take up
the lime of Iho.IIousu in argument.
He had his mind made up mid would
vote for indcllnite postponement. He
did not think that anything would be
gained by wrangling, and all that
could be done would be to settle tho
question for this time. The next
Legislature would adjudicate for it
self. Rep. Kauhi had not heard so far
of any good reason for indefinite
postponement. The question was
simple enough, Was a notary public
entitled to a scat in the House. He
wus sorry that the whole Legislature
was not contained within himself, for
if so thu question would bu very
quickly settled, and the member
from the third district of Honolulu
would be driven out at short notice.
He thought it a bad precedent to
shirk the question. He did not know
whether tho member had drawn his
salary or not.
Rep. Ashford No, but I wish I
Rep. Kauhi (continuing) He
would have been wiser if. he had.
The speaker favored the report which
declared the seat vacant.
Rep. Kaunainano lose and asked
to have the floor after recess. He
did not .wish to commence now, as
the members seemed desirous of
leaving for lunch.
The chair granted him the favor
provided he was in )iis place at the
At 11 :58 on motion of Rep. Smith
the Assembly took recess until 1 :30
C. .1. McCarthy
si i oct foi -ale.
Aktek i-nawiig Use Cui-umber Skin
'Ionic. Ht-iiMiii, hniiih & Co., Agents.
Ja.mkk Love olleis for lent or lease
the Iteimi'iisohuuiilur place on Emma
Hjniiuiin u-iicu-d, at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith ,fc Co.,
Agi-nth, ."' 1-tf
the most elegant
bilbasd pailois aie
plcasuic H'.-oit in
Hair pins, a beautiful line
pierced woik, are odeied cheap by
"Wiieke shall I set- you this even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, thu
Brunswick." 0 if
L. J. Levey will re.-umu his Satur
day sale of horses this week, ollViing
35 choice animalv.
A special meeting of the Waibee
Sugar (Jo. will bo held at C. Brewer it
Co.'s ollicu at U o'clock next Tbuis
day. John F. Bowi.eii gives warning that
he will not be les-pousihlo for bills
against the .-tenner Ak-imai without
his written older.
I'autioui.aks of tuiiioy.il audience
I Captain Neiuling .mil olliTis of thu
Atii-li i.tti ship Fas-ana will lm found in
the oll'i'-ml column
HI. I iciop- i ulii i- .1 nit i herniate will
best nod i ei n.orii na i-.ul ul ihe
r.ik.i'e b e ( i' inn I'm lois, l.iidwi-i-ii,
A- Co ii l'i if' sln-el. I i
Wais.sm.no is iJvi n against nigo-iit-iug
stock eeiiiiii-alt-s ol the I'mueer
Building it Loan Asmi. union belong
ing lo 11. AI. Dow, which have been
Diieshmakino, Cutting and Fitting
dono at ladies' houses, l'urfect tit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF. 711 Bere
lauia ft i out, or Mutual telephone (!!)(,
befoie 8 a. m, or 5:.'!0 p in. 8-.'hn
A ltEViKKD time table of thu Oceanic
steamers appear in this issue. Thu
tluough steaiueis from Sun Francisco
am billed for every fourth Friday in
stead of 'I bursday as in thu pluvious
AIjhh Mauy Lyu:, lately book-keeper
with Kgau & Ciiiuii, is prepared to do
steiiogiaphiug ami typo-writing ut
niodeiatu rates, (iraduatu of Heald's
Business College, Han Francisco.
Ollicu with C. J. AlcCaithy, .'15 Mei
cbiint street. 2-lin
''pilK Htoekhohleis of Walhee .Sugar
X t oinpuuy will please take notion
that a bpouhd. Meeting of .-itookholilei-B
will bu held at t lhewer it Co ' ollleit,
Queen street, on THURSDAY, Juno
'J.lrd next, at 'J o'clock a m.
J. O. UARTKB,
1 18 1 w Seei etury Waibee Sugar Co.
"VJOTK'K is hereby ulven that I will
XI not lie ici-poiisihlo for any hills
eontraetid for the hieaiiior "Akamai"
without my wiltleu older.
JOHN F. IlOWLICIt.
()w our Sliuuier 'Akaiual."
Honolulu, June HI, In'.U. 1 18 -Ju"
Hiiuby given Ihal Wn
Honolulu, liavlug uuiiti
an iiKtlLMilllOIII III K. rieliivu 111 lllilio.
ill ol I
.... ,.- -, - .... .,, .
lulu, all ihiliiu iiguiuxl am viingiieh
uuut h kiuit to uhl K I'oibyn wltlibi
Ilium laoiithi f toll) ilutu, or I hey will he
luimw binwl- I'UlllfYN.
Awkii'iii ol tUu KKiluiil Whig VU't.
Iluaululu, Jiuiu Ifi, IMii. lirtl
li ii ill iiiTil of SOAP
that you will bo hotter
Milled Pvciy wa by go
ng to u sloie llmt keeps
us-i)itmi'iil of the aiticlo it-
believe it may in
yoli to know that
store is that place,
week we call your
to a new soap in this inar-
niauufaeluier.s have not
boon in hll-dii
for centuries they
HIl' Willing lO SVjjjTuTX?
for loss inii
e r houses,
ceive 1 h o
in V than
., , v -i-j;. .
J as. S. Kiik
it Co. are striving lo
m a I
if good an article as the other
boap mnkors mid i .imj-- '
S h u ii d o n Bolls AUiklM k
to thu best. gjBTup;irs
' These cuts do " in
"lid i .,iM..W-" I hoi r
present the siu of tho c.ikes, but the
difference is in the price.
The store that sells the
best soda will tell the most
snap. You are a judge of
(OUCCN OATH 1
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner I-'orl X: ICInu: c-.t root h.
Is showing a beautiful line of
In the pierced work now so popu
lar and at prices wlioli you will
For Such High G-ade Goodj
'fl '' ' . ". : l'i i ' 'CI '
from S. F.
. Aug II!
Si ot l;
. Nov 8
Fiom San Krani
Isi'o Fioin Sidnej for
Arrive Honolulu I cave Honolulu.
Moiiow.ii. . ..lulv 1 Alameda .Juno !50
Alameda July 211 .Maripi
Alaripo-.i Aiirf it) llimiiiviii
Mouowai .Sept 211 Al.meil.i
Alameda.. Oct 21 Maiipo-.i
Maiiposa. . No IS Mouow-.n
(Ulii Rallw-ir 4 Liliili G
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UUUUlVllUiUCl o iTU.ObUJ
THE I'ostpoiied Annual .Meeting of
the Stoekholdeis of Ihe Oahil
Railway it Lund Co. will be bold at
the Chamber of Commeice Rooms, in
On FRIDAY, June 17, 1892,
AT II O'CLOCK P. M.
Election of Oiliceis anil other
W. U. ASH LIS Y,
IlKNT or LEASE.
I'rciiiino.s hituated on
imna stieet, known as
the "Reiuieuseliueldei Place,"
and lately occupied by .Mis Mei'aitney.
The Housiii-iiutaiiiHPailor, I l.aru lleil-
rooms, Dliibig-rooiu, Pantry, Kitchen
and bath llouso. Stable ami .Servants'
Quarteis lu thu tear. This is a inru
opjioitunlty of ohtaining a lluel) located
leoldeuee at a very low rental, on loaeo
or othcrwlrtu. For paitleulais imply lo
Or at thu ollice of Alex .1. Cailwrlghl,
Meiehaiit slieut. 118 tf
l HJTTAUI'; Oil
J slieet No.
eornei', on uiaiika shlu of load,
t'oiitiiiiililg 1 lli'ilioiiuift teshliis Kitehuii,
Pauiry, llailuooni, uie. Tiainway cau
piistilug. Apply to
niiiw ii. v.m;ii.mU)TiVijj0.ns.
UOOMti Ti) LET.
I'HO.NT Itooiu and a
Mlilille Itooiu, ul No.
H"&ii i (iuiiii
leu Luuo I I.I Iw
IMVIlte A r.U.'ti muiu
Iw uIummI uu KB DAY. Uw
ITUihlit., IwliUil. tmMuK. Uf
I a huge
I I b i s s6aBfl
I Thi iffll&s&ii
M i ii 1 1 -iTifrntwiMwi ytbnikAMfi
an Telephone Fo
i if '::! ;
If ) Vjj
t- VA nil
pulation mid an ornament lo the
kitchen. It Washes nnd dries more crockery, glassware mid knives and
folks in live minutes than your cook oou'd nltcnd lo in uii hour. They are
in use in Honolulu find arc giving satisfaction. Our supply is limited.
E V SJ V
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort stivet, ojpo. Sprcokols' Bank, II moUilu
305, iI O.
BREWERS OF r NE
Pure Malt and Highest Orad
fray No Corn or Corn preparations u e 1 in place of Malt, as is done
by other Kastorn Bieweries, in order to ibeapen the c st of their Beer,
and to compete with our w-uiid-renowiied a id justly fium d article.
With the Completion of the fcJew Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity : G kettles every 21 hours, 0,0uu Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption of Matt-RIal: Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,500 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Propa rations are used in the manufacture
of the ANHEUSr.n-RilKrMr Bi-.r.u. It is. therefore, the hiphest: nn'foil hut the
Bost wholesome, and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
annual Shipping Capacify: 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
hijrhest class "old medal
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This Company have prepared a
Beer, for thu Hawaiian Islands, known
a handsome label and in white bottles,
ANilEUjSEIl" iir-uliuk bottles,
supply to the trade
lii quantities to
Q. W. MACFAIiLANE & CO.,
.jiVi.l-, for ii ,rH:ct .-iiiun -BAIitiiiK.
104 Fort tttreei, Honolulu.
WIC HAVE THK YKHY
Bonnets & Toques
TR MMINQ8 I
Special Reduction in School Hats
ooy FOR I WEEK ONLY a
iiMkD.RENS' SCHOOL RATS FOR 25 GTS.
r One I
ilti iitinii is
drawn from the
DISH WASHING MACHINES I
Which wo received on llio "I)i
tnoitd." Thl mtrliiuc 18 constructed wllli
a vic !') culling down the sales of
the pT-tsry dealers tuid keep sets
of dishes Ihlacl. It Is cay of mani
BE5? EXCLUSIVELY !
o Hops !
e.oiiL - .i oil Hie Ingliest liouoi'i anil thu
Ijif.v lifivi. r-immol i-il At nil nf till.
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the world, their Beer excelled all
.special brand of their highest grade
as "$lKOrAL ItltEW," with
which with their best " EXPORT
hcrutoloro inported, wc will now
LATKsT STYLUS IN
NEW RIBBONS 1
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