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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FKO(M AND AFTER OOTOBEK 1, 1892.
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THE DAILY BULLBTlf
.TUESDAY, OCT. 11, 1892.'
0!-A.I5.I3SrE , NEWS.
Tukdiivy, Oct. 11.
Am blc Albert, Winding, for San Francisco
Stmr Clnudinc for Maui at 5 p m
Htmr Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p m
Stmr Hawaii for Hamakua
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
S S Australia, Houdlutte, for San Fran
cisco Stmr Pole for Waimea and Mnkuwuli
For Son Francisco, per bark Albort, Oct
11 Miss Xrewors, H H Stewart, Mrs G
Hogg and daughter? It B Lockwood, Itcv
For Maui and Hawaii, per Htinr Kinau,
Oct 11 Mr Mcrseburg and wife, Mrs 0 L
Wight, J Maguire, J Kenton and wife, J M
Kealoha, W Abbio, W H Lentz, Wang
Hao,.AHWage, A It Fennell, F H Hay
solden, Ah Leong, Miss Harvcv, J N Jack
ens and wife, Father Andrew, Til Hcwoll,
C J Fulk, Mrs S Q Wilder, Helen Wilder,
and about 50 duck.
Vessels in Port.
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco. Am bktno S N Castle, L H Hubbard, from
4-mastcd schr Kobt Lewers, Goodman, from
Foreign Vessels Expected.
IT S 8 Alliance from San Francisco, now
Mis bkt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Am schr Mary Dodge, from Eureka, Oct. (I.
Am sell Glendale, lroni Eureka, Oct. 0.
Br bk H I' Kltliet, from Cardill, Oct. 1.
Bk Greta, from Newcastle, N S W.
Ger bk H Hackfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
The steamer Iwalani, it is reported, will
take the Mikahala's route while the latter
is being overhauled.
Tliii.burk Albert, Winding, master, sail
ed at noon to-day for San Francisco, with
Hill unuH Hiignruua ;;uu nags rice, snipped
ny ii. iiaciciciu v uo,
1125 bans micar. M,
S. Grlubaiim it Co,
Domestic value, $20,-
THEIB, WOES DONE.
All. Honor to the Successful Contrac
tors for Doepening the Channel.
- ' L. Or."' Young, Superintendent of
the dredge, Chas. -Dyor, a"d three
others will leave ou, tlio S. S. Austra-
- lin to-morrow for San Francisco,
happy in tho thought that they
"have accomplished what they sot
out to do, tho cutting away of tho
harbor bar. Mr. Young represented
tho San Francisco Bridgo Co., which
in conjunction with tho Risdon Iron
Works had tho contract for tho
' work. It iB nothing but fitting and
proper that tho sovoro trials of tho
Superintendent and bin assistants
while- tho work was going on should
bo rombmbored to thoir honor. On
tho morning after tho dredge wont
on tho reef tho Superintendent was
soon by a Bulletin roporter com
pletely fagged out after two days
and nights without sloop. Having
completed tho work thoy glory in it,
and will loavo to-morrow in good
spirits. Some of them have stated
that if thoy know what it was to bo
like, thoy wouldn't havo come.
m 4 4
Voto on the Contract Bill.
The following aro tho ayes and
noes taken on the motion to indefin
itely postpono Bill 9315 percent
Ayes Nobles Cummins, Kaiihano,
J. M. Hornor, Young, W. Y. Homer,
Walbridgo, Anderson, Thurston,
Wilcox and Kano.v, Rops. Kauhi,
Hornor, Smith and A. S. Wilcox 15.
Noos Ministers Macfarlano, Gu
lick and Neumann; Nobles Borgor,
Ena, Pua, Petorson, Williams, Mailo,
Hoapili, Marsdon, Baldwin, and
Corn well; Rops. Wilder, Bipikano,
Aid, Bush, Nawahi, Koahou, Katina
mano, Kamauoha, Waipuilaui, Ka
pahu, Nahinu, White, Kauealii, Ed
monds, Kaluna, Iosepa and Akiua
The best thing to send to your friends
abroad is. King Bros. "Illustrated Sou
venir of Hawaii," which is gotten up for
he purpose, and is not an advertisement.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Slight showers foil along tho Ha
mnkua coast last wook.
Androw Fishor, jail-broakor, is
still in tho Polico Station.
Tho band concert will bo at tho
Hawaiian Hotel this ovoning.
Halloweon will bo celebrated with
asocial by tho Scottish Thistle Club.
Mrs. J. O. Carter will leave for
San Francisco by tho S. S. Australia
for a visit.
Tho mail por S. S. Australia closes
to-morrow at. 11 a. m. l'arcols post,
and registered mail at 10 a. in.
II. F. Wichman will bo a passen
ger on tho S. S. Australia on her
next trip to select holiday goods.
Two packages of Hawaiian curios
woro shipped to-da- by tho bark
Albort. to tho Smithsonian Institute,
A Portuguese woman named
Christinia Rosa was committed yos
torday to tho Insane Asylum by Po
lico Justico Foster.
Tho U. S. cruiser Boston's men
had a shore drill ou the plains this
morning, loaded by a fifo and drum
corps, whoso music was enlivening.
Tho two cano-slicors and two
steam plows for tho Koloa planta
tion, Kauai, and additional machin
ery for tho Makawoli plantation, aro
on tho bark J. C. Glade.
Rov. R. B. Poet, of Rhode Island,
was a passenger bj tho bark Albort
to-day, after a brief visit, during
which ho has preached several times
in St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Co. No. d's engine was taken to tho
city front yesterday aftornoon to bo
tosted. Engineer Townsond throw
a strong stream of 70 pounds pres
sure with 100 pounds of steam.
A full-rigged bark and a four
masted vessel woro seen off Niihau
Thursday morning of last. week.
Smoke was seen coming from tho
lattor, but sho was too far off to de
cido whether sho was a steamer or
Tho Sons of'St. George, at thoir
regular mooting last night, gavo a
fraternal sondoff to two members
about to loavo tho country. They
decidod to have another picnic at
Romond Grovo on Saturdaj, Novem
A boiler imported from Gormany
for tho Kona plantation, some timo
ago, has boon tying near tho P. M. S.
S. wharf. It will bo taken to tho
Koloa plantation. A satisfactory
test of the boiler was 'made by En
gineer W. Boj'd yestorda' ovoning.
An oil painting which would do
credit to any artist, of Waikiki and
Diamond Head, has just been com
pleted by T. McCandless, and is on
exhibition in tho Aloha Gallery.
Tho work is nicely finished and
every object is outlined with dis
tinctness. T. P. Sovoriu, of tho Aloha Gal
lery, loft yesterday evening for Maui
for tho purpose of making a tour of
that island and taking views of tho
most interesting places there. It is
intended that these views will, in
compan3r with previously made views
of tho other islands, bo sent to tho
Mr. J. Dyor, agent of the Risdon
Iron Works,, San Francisco, has tho
.thanks of tho Bulletin for a framed
photo'grapb..of tho hydraulic dredge,
24iu.x29in.-ovor all, presented at tho
hands of Mr. L. G. Young, superin
tendent for tho contractors. Tho
picture is on view' in tho Bulletin
Macfarlano & Company, Limited,
has boon organizod and taken over tho
wine and spirit business heretofore
carried on by Macfarlano & Co. Tho
corporation has elected tho follow
ing olficors: H. R. Macfarlano, Presi
dent; E. C. Macfarlano, Vico-Presi-dont;
C. M. White, Secretary and
Treasurer; F. Wundonborg, Auditor.
Tho Scottish Thistle Club had a
balance in its treasury of $85.15 at
tho close of the. past quarter. A
slight incroaso had. boon made to
tho library. Notwithstanding many
departures from tho kingdom, the
membership only decreased by one.
Tho clubroom has a splendid assoit
nioiit of newspapers and periodicals
on its tablos.
Over Four Hundredweight of Opium
Marshal Wilson, Deputy Attorney
General Oroighton and threo ollicors
yesterday ovoning mado a haul of
871 half-pound tins of California
opium in a storo-houso in tho rear of
a Chinese merchant's store ou Nuu
anu, nbovo Hotol st root. There woro
three cases containing 123 tins in
each caso, a barrol with 2J)!1 tins, a
barrel which had boon opened and
Rartly emptied with 118 tins, another
caso with 105 tins and a caso with 19
tins a total of 871 tins. Two othor
barrels and a caso had boon oponod
previously, which it is estimated con
tained about 000 moro tins of the
drug. Whoa tho ollicors surprised
tho place everything looked as if the
stun was to bo packed in smaller
cases for roshipinont. Four othor
cases woro opened and found to con
tain picklod Ohiuoso cabbage. Two
Chinese, Ah Foo ami Ng Chin, woro
arrested. Thoy aro out on bail and
thoir trial is sot for Thursday. V,
O. Achi will defend thorn.
Drowned -at Home.
A Portuguese lad was found
drowned in a tub of water on Young
street Sunday morning. Tho family
wore having breakfast when t ho boy,
finishing his meal first, wont outside
to got some water. It is presumed
that while drinking ho overbalanced
himself and foil into tho tub, Tho
first tho parents kuow of thoir sad
loss was aft or thoir meal, whoa they
found tho body in the tub. inu
father was soon on Monday monuiib,
carrying a nicely polished cuwu
Tho Assembly convened at 10
o'clock for prayer President Walkor
in tho chair. Minutes of tho pre
vious meeting woro read and ap
proved. Noble Baldwin from tho Finance
Committee presented a report on
Bill 1(57, relating to pilots and pilot
age at tho port of Honolulu, and
which was, in substance, to tho effect
tlial the committee found tho main
difference between this bill and pres
ent law is tho provision that all
pilotago fees snail bo paid to
tho Collector-General for tho use
of tho Hawaiian Government and
that "tho compensation of pilots for
the port of Honolulu shall bp such
as shall bo fixed and appropriated
by the Legislature. Thoy find that
tho pilotago foos for tho past period
amounted to $.'10,851.99. There have
been four pilots for tho port, of Ho
nolulu although threo havo perform
ed most of tho service. The com
pensation of each of those pilots has
boon about $5000 por year which in
cludes thoir espouses. After careful
consideration the committee report
in favor of tho bill, and tho Legisla
ture is to fix tho salary of tho pilots.
Signed by all the niombors of tho
On motion tho Unfinished Busi
ness was brought forward and Sec
tion 10 of Bill 07, relating to the re
gistration of male residents, was con
sidered. Rop. Ashford moved that tho bill
bo laid on tho table until after tho
consideration of t ho proposed amend
ment to Article 83 of tho Constitu
tion. Noblo Marsdon was opposed to
tho motion, stated that ho had heard
it said that tho bill was only for tho
bonoiit of tho planters. Ho had in
terviewed, personalty, several of tho
leading mechanics of the city this
morning, and thoy woro to a man in
favor of this bill. Unless tho for
eign community got relief in their
business Ihby would have to shut up
altogether. This registration would
clear tho drones out. Ho had con
versed with mechanics who had
stated that if-any member of the
Mechanics' Union raised his voice
against tho bill then ho had bettor
pack up and leavo.
Tho motion to table was put and
Rop. Ashford now moved that tho
bill bo indefinitely postponed and
that tho ayes and nays bo called on
tho motion. Carried.
Tho ayes ahd nays wore called on
tho motion to indefinitely postpone
and was lost bj' a voto of 37 to 8, tho
eight voting in favor being Reps.
Bipikano, Ashford, Aid, Pua, Kauhi,
R. W. Wilcox, White, Kauealii. Ab
sont: Ministor Neumann, Rops."Bush,
Nawahi, Kamauoha, A. S. Wilcox.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox said that tho
voto showed such a strong support
of tho bill that thoro was no use in
evincing opposition to it; ho would
move that tho rest of tho bill pass
Rop. Ashford favored tho motion;
tho time would bo saved by so doing.
Noblo Thurston considered that
this was more filibustering, it was no
good to tho Houso or to tho would
be filibusters. Ho suggested that
tho consideration of tho bill lie gone
Noblo Horner moved an amend
ment to tho penalty, making the fine
$10 instead of $50.
Rop. Ashford moved to strike out
Section 10. Ho was not in favor of
a law that placed a dog-collararound
his neck or its equivalent in his
pocket. Ho would seo tho planta
tion interests in Tophet before ho
would voto away his personal liberty
in tho proposed manner, and further
ho would go to Tophet himself be
fore agreeing to submit.
Noblo Thurston said that tho pre
vious speaker had stated that ho was
willing to go to hell rather than voto
for this bill; ho had not said hell, but
ho meant, it Tophet means hell.
Tho honorable member could very
easily absent himself and got him
self to hell without being missed by
tho residents of this, community.
Rop. Ashford was now 'filibustering;
yesterday ho ended with logic. Now
ho was willing to go to hell and havo
tho whole country go to hell rathor
than voto in favor of this bill. Tho
member had said that ho was willing
to voto for tho Labor Bill, but with
out this measure thoro would bo no
check on those admitted by that bill.
Rep. Bipikano considered that tho
man that got this bill up and intro
duced it, was a murderer at heart.
Those who voted for it woro of tho
same ilk, Ho would like to havo the
bill torn into shreds and thrown out
of tho window.
Hop, Nawahi was opposed to tho
bill. Boys wore supposed to regis
ter, Every man knows how iimttli
care was necessary in taking care of
documents which it was necessary to
carry about one's person, how would
it bo with boys who had to carry the
apors enumerated at the onaol the
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iiko mis, in America thoro was an
exclusion act and also a registration
act directed solely against Chinese,
why could not this havo boon
Noblo Thurston would inform tho
member that tho Hawaiian Consti
tution forbids class legislation, but
tho Constitution of tho United
Slates allows it.
After soiuo little further talk by
Rop. Nawahi ho, finally, at 12 o'clock,
moved recess until l.Jil) p.m., and tho
Persons troubled with chronio
diarrho'a should try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera ami Diarrhcea Re
medy. Many cases lufYo boon cured
by it after all olso had failed and
skilled physiciaiiB woro powerless.
For sale by all doalors. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for the Hawai
ABT UNION DRAWING.
Thirty-flvo Prizes in Painting and
Mr. R. 0. Bamfiold, painter, and
Mr. Allon Hutchinson, sculptor, a
fow wooks ago put collections of
their works into an Art Union. Thoro
woro 31 prizes altogether, to which
Mr. Hutchinson added a portrait in
roliof, to bo mado ly him, as an
extra prize. Ono hundred tickets
woro issued at $5, which woro readily
takou by residents. Tho drawing
took place in tho art department of
the Pacific Hardware Company nt 2
o'clock 3'ostorday afternoon. Hon.
C. W. Ashford and Mrs. Borlowitz
woro selected by tho tickot-holdors
to assist in tho drawing. The
winners woro as follows:
1. J. Olds.
G. W. Smith.
T. S. Walkor.
D. B. Smith.
H. F. Wichman.
7. F. Harrison.
8. Mrs. Borlowitz.
0. W. H. Smith.
10. H. J. Gallajrhor.
R. I. Lillio.
W. H. Comwoll.
C. B. Roynolds.
G. W. Smith.
15. W. S. Luce. ,
10. Dr. Trousseau.
17.- J. F. Morgan.
18. E. C. Macfarlano.
19. T. May.
20. Miss Cook.
21. W. O. Wilder. -
22. Capt. Larson.
23. J. F. Brown.
21. J. F. Brown.
25. Mr. Woon.
20. II. Congdon.
27. Paul Neumann.
28. Miss Carroll.
29. W. Jas. Smith.
30. A. J. Cartwright.
31. J. Emmoluth.
32. J. B. Gibson. -
W. H. Baird.
W. F. Reynolds.
Buhaoh at Now Drug Store.
Rotjt Boor on draught at Benson
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Hood's Sarsaparilla is tho host.
After shavinir use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
P. S. Keawoheana has been ap
pointed pound master for Puna, Ha
waii. Beef Iron & Wino,Now Drug Store.
Ka Maile has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
ly Frank Gertz.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 01 Hotol
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a weok.
Quina La Roche, Now Drug Store.
.L-roi. a . .Lombard, A.U., win re
sume giving instruction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Residence, Alakea streot,
near tho Y. M. C. A.
Fifty-eight and a half shares of
tho Waiheo Sugar Company, belong
ing to tho ostato of tho late Parker
N. Makee, will bo sold at auction by
.Tamos F. Morgan on October 21.
Soaps at low prices at Now Drug
Little Harry Morritt, tho cele
brated boot polisher, has arrived
from tho Coast and has resumed
business at tho old Union stand,
Merchant street, and will be glad
to seo his old patrons.
The Minister of Interior has ap
pointed tho following agents to
grant marriage liconsos: John H.
Thompson, Honolulu; W. Nailima,
HilojS. K. Pookahmi, North Hilo;
I. A. Kaaukai, Puna.
Fluid Beef at Now
Mr. McLennan has removed to Ala
kea streot; opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Office hours, J) to 12, 2 to 4,
and evenings 0 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1,
Boll telephone 197 ; Mutual 082.
. Public Concort.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Baud, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
give a concort this evening at tho
Hawaiian Hotol, commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March Count Moltke. Preusse
Overture A Summer Night Suppe
Finale Lucia ..Donizetti
Selection Faust Gounod
Ilouheno. I'uaAlaul. .Nu'a o ka l'ahil.
Modioli II Trovatoro. Vcrdl
Waltz Spanish Students. WaldtouM
Ballad (lood Night .... A lit
GalopFull Speod. IJohpi
Something- Now in Rangoa,
Tho Pacific Hardware Co., (L'd,),
linvo just rocoivod nn Iiivoico of tho
M. & D. "Wrought Steel Ranges
which nro superior to nnythinir of
tho kind yot invented. Thoy linvo
boon adopted by tho United States
I Navy and aro in nso on tlio Charles
t.nn. Sim Frmiiosoo nm. H,nii
ton, Sail Francisco and Host on and
other now vossels. Also on sovoral
of tho now vessels lately built for
the trade between Sun Fnincisco
and this port.
An examination of these Ranges
will at once show their many advan
tages ovor all competitors.
A little boy of Airs. McDonald's,
living near here, foil against a red
hot stove and was fearfully burned.
Tho pain was terrible, and it was
thought the burn was so severe as to
scar the child for life, 1 sold the
lady a bottle of Chamberlain's I'ain
Halm, which, after greasing the sore,
sho applied. .It soon removed all
the lite and eased tho pain, and in
ton days tho boy was well, no trace
of tho scar remaining, J. D, Mc
Laren, Koysport. Clinton county, 111.
For sale by all dealers, Uonson,
Smith &i Co., Agents for tho Hawai
That Tired Feeling
Was No Name For the Way Mr.
That Mr. Whitman, who makes tlio
following statement, Is a faithful, relia
ble man, will be rendlly believed when
wo state that ho has worked nt tool
making In tho iewelry factories in At
tleboro without losing a day, ave holi
days and Sundays, for 25 vears:
"I can truthfully savthat Hood's
Sarsai'.mui.i.x Is ono of the best medi
cines that I know of, if not the best. A
year ngo 1 found I was about lied up,
lolt uo ambition to do nnvthing. Could
not cat with any lollslf. 'That tired
feeling' was no name for the uav 1 felt.
I toolc a couple of bottles of 1 loon's
Saiisavwulm, whli'li revived my llag
glng energies in good shape. This
spring 1 took two more bottles and
have had no return of the feeling of n
year ago. My wife has alo taken
some of it with benefit. We think it
cannot bo pruNed too highly."
fl. U IIITMIN,
Ijiroy St., Attleboro, Muss,
It is not what wi miv. but whnt
Hood's Sah.sai'AIUM.a docs that tells the
W A Hooii's Cook Book tor the ak
Ing. Contains nearly 200 valuable receipts.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
Druggists & Wholesale Agents.
COHNlllt KOUT AND KINO STKKHTS.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THK Al STF.AMSHir
A TTjnPT9. A T .T A M
WILL bKAVK HONOLULU
ton tiik aiiovi: i-out on
Wednesday, October 12th,
Tho undersigned aro now lircnared to
issue Through Tickets from this city to all
points in the United States.
For further particulars regarding Kieight
or l'ussago apply to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
Bi:i.i. 11 1. TIM.Kl'HONKS Mutimi. 111.
$ ().7,r) Per Cord
1 12.00 Per Cord
lll.no Per Cord
1 Foot Lengths
. Sawed and Split
$i:i.00 Per ford
$I.V) Per Cord .,.
$17.00 Per Cord .
. I Foot Lengths
... . Saw ed
Sawed and Split
t0f Delivered to any part of Honolulu
N. It. We guarantee our Wood to lie
sound and freo from vorms. f)18-tf
Parlor Set ! A Burgita !
Black Walnut Parlor Set
Newly Upholstered by Williams
last year in
OLD COLD WITH CRIMSON PLUSH FACINGS
OOOI) AS SEW.
Will bo hold Very Cheap on account ot
breaking up housekeeping.
APPLY AT TII IS OI'FICi:.
rpHH UNDUItSIONKl) HAS THIS DAY
X bought out the Chun Nam llakery at
No, '1 Kokaullke Htrcet, and hereby gives
notice that he will not he responsible for
any debts owing by xaid Chun Nam,
Honolulu, Sept. '11, WM. BUI-'.'ir
rniii: uNi)i:usi(iNi:i) jikhkiiy
X. given notice that hu has bought the
rcntauraut formerly owned by Uim Kau
and known as tho "Uav View llccort." and
i uu uereoy gives uoijco inai no win uoi oe -
responsible for any of the ilebtx of i-ald '
I Lam Kau. l-'im kau will sign the bill of
I hale on October 10, 1S!I.'.
I'UUJv Wl.NU, ,
Honolulu (),. M 1MI1. fttrf.lw
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rpHK ANNUAL .MKl'TINn OK THL
t J. Stockholder of tho Koliala Sugar Co.
m (ffi IiMwa
win no ueiu at too oiuce oi iiibiie .v
Cooke, on THUIISDAY, Oct. yi, lh!i.', at
10 o'clock A, M,
.1, II, ATH LUTON,
W. A. WALL,
Suitvuvoii (Ltk wirii tiik (Iovkiinmwst
V, 0. ilox I0J. Mutual Telo, HO.
:M: -A- 3ESI
PROBABLY NO ONE WILL DISPUTE THE
facl that u blind man cannot purchase as well as ho
who sees. But a person may be mentally or physi
cally blind, and in neither instance is the judgment reliable.
Blindness prevents personal examination. Truer,lho sense
of touch of those deprived of sight is greatly exaggerated
and exceedingly delicate, so that they who see not are won
derfully acute in basing conclusions upon everything that
may be determined by the tactile sense. The mentally
blind are those who are not true to their best interests, who
aro led away by literary pyrotechnics, or who are so impli
citly truthful themselves that they never for a moment ques
tion the reliability of anyone's assertion. For the protec
tion of such as these, for our own protection as well, we ask
that you make a personal examination of anything advertised
as an " exceptional value" and see if the facts are as Stated.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
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Is such a popular preparation, that it needh no praise from
us to prove its merits. This is simply to inform you
that we are the Agents for llumroAi, and
can supply it in any epiantity.
PRICE as OE3STTS PER BOTTLE.
gjST LIBERAL DISCOUNT TO THE TRADE.
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street,
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort St., Honolulu.. .
Is Now Opening a Large Stock of
New Goods ! New Goods !
LATEST NOVELTFES !
1V3- Just Received per
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
UY LAST STMA.MKIt A Fl'LL LINK OF
BLACK GOODS I
Ulack ('iibluiuTii l'2-lnch wide, r0 ucutb per I Ulack, Cotton, 811k und Kid Woven in nil
yard nod upwards. pUc.
Ulack ludlii Uiwn, Ulack French I .nun. Ulack Stockings for Iadlc and Children.
Ulack Sutteen In Plain and Figured. j Ulack Silk Warp Henrletto Cloths,
Ulaek Calico in Plain and Figured, Lie,, l.te., Ltu., Kb'.
B. F. EHLERS &
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Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Chums.
S. S. Australia." "&
CO.'S, 99 Fort St.