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DAILY PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, JUNE 17, 1889.
LOCAL AND GENERAL. BASEBALL. SPECIAL BUSINESS ITEMS. C5 Mtotrtisnntnts. 1u:':lV l' !' v. June (..iru.ro...truni Ha t -iUl " r-ihi from KnV11 , mii from Kauai, f 1 r-f S from Mulokai. rili. MHcaulaV. irom JVa:n,!.ol!.fromKilauca . . ... m .1 111 n 111 1 irom i'u:i::;'n;v.junei5. I CaUn.iuran Fran- i r.--! ' . K:ihu ui and i;Siiror for Mulwka1, at V" ,f ,., Cameron, for Ham- j l usMir. l.rice. Mis. pkgs. ?,M'..!i'Vil :;i :.u a. 1 ..?...... .... oO'J f,uln I'rt from l orHsn Torts. " r V ' Clarke, Kiuiiunlt, vn "u'nh, Newcastle, "nunurjiarlan.l SSI. "V"vi' :ie,tal, Liverpool. ; .'cii iryant. IVnliallow. fcan I ran- F..rtt . Winding. San '::'tlr.I'-v.af Francisco. Vi V i Wii.U-r. ;nlii:l.s aan Iran- K';f Alien, Thompson. San Fran ."' .I. Kitted ir.-m r.u-elRn Forts. ,. Where from. Due. ,,.r.:,.e . .San Francisco June 20 AVi.r..l....ies June 2.S .'."ti'unl ...1'ieincn Inly -) .Llbnvay. r-ot..n. . Aug IK r H.N.v ..Newcastle June 'uraWiifim -an 1 rancisco.J vine 1! V . .. Liverpool Aug 31 t iKuie....I.iver..l Sept Jo San Francieo..l une 1.5 j Vli HVVorv. San l'ranci-co. June 2 .1 n-i rwktlvSan Francico..Iune 1 1 U.M.m.u. . New York... Oct 1 l..x MiNeilSan 1 rancisco. July ; i ' A 1 1' ll rev. San Francisco..! uly jj. hr Il.'.;ilintl. au Francico. J uly 8 , N I'.t-tle. . San Francisco. July 4 ' r y lUvne.San Francisco. July 10 J U S Caroline .America June LT. J'.VSS'.'.Xil.KS. Ai:i:iv.l. i Maui. i'cr tiii r I.ikt like, June 15 LM.l'uliv, Mrs S A Andrews, Paul a:m, ASihmidt. A I Peterson, J S .i. II i Treadway, A Kanaliilii -;j!i!t-r, T Canii'U. ii, C F Horner, ..inMi.Ali'Ni, .Mrs Locket t, -Mrs .. Mr II Miinu, J 11 Stelling.-W G i WW Keami, J W Kalua, Mrs S (i . r. Ai 'iui, Aj uiia, and U deck jas- u Kia.ii, pt'r st!i;r Mikahala, Juno ' r M.i t'.irlaiiH, J I Jreeth, U L i' KoC'.iii. lU v F. (1 Porter, Mrs A'il nx, MNm's ami KIie Wilcox, '.I Ft'tilK-rr. 2 Cn'ne.-e and 31 deck :.evr.. a M-ilokai ier stsnr Mokolii. June m Kauai, per tmr James Makee, ! -K(i Taircfiild and 4$ deck pax- MIII TJNG NOTKS. t J,tk.mor Liktlike s:iils tin-? nftirnmm. Lurk Koyal Alice sails to-dav for J'irk I.a.ly Ilarewood is 0 days ou t .,u J r ! IV' 'I i . i -IMM',lutTKoloa, Kauai, on Sat "tern Ke Au Hun arrived on Saturday r m.mm wun ii oumiies awa am i, . " I "f" . .1.' . lyl.unc, --r- arnyv.1 at llanalei, Kauai, o if '": if. Nu-amer Mikahala brought on Sun .;' Kauai :.: Lags sugar, 19 head h Miv-i'p, yj Lags p.;V, ami -) hiiles. I'sLmA. II'..:. I .....,, i;lumi,;l arnveil on Satu H'aKua;liae via Pohoiki , with l.S f r'VM.orn n,e latter place. f-tean,:rMk,.!ii brought vesterdav V,v , , ngar.niicailcattl . La, a 1 ' ol u lnc" we ? ,at Kiihuhn nn in.,.. ii .i .. r, s. i l-,. "t ! ua l: Friday. ,iimiM"- leaves ag; 'arkl'. I) lrv;lf ...... : f-:"v from t'.e 'ir Vv P k , 1 l , , J A- itnunms a : 11,0 1,;irk t'-ri-st tint i i sugar uns morin e, re Is V.S in on nd en an- f j, uus morin tf IMi V a:'r.,v,,'l Kahului.on J hinli ,h-vV;r" s" Francisco, J:. luu,!. M;e will Wave again to' T l:l;',rr,',!sot L-,e ,,avc , "n .ii Jr.-V1" 'iiche.l on Saturday Marj' t r-,nv 'i'ifK alongside the A'lmmms at the fish Market ur- f-via.ri t 1 uu h;,tn:l 1 ointon iron loW:lrd thp IU)rt h7'U'f "bout tons, r'Vi: ,l r 'V'11! t-oloniesfor ,J. i : ;nvi!1:' the time, and W at the rat about the l" " hi,,,rrn's s'7 waiT'-1 an"UaI mce"8o sitar , nChiMren'8 Societv oflhn n eVenins at the resi- rtofaln 0lhspo?eJof- The !H; or 00' kingatota! f0ard ?y ,,s?'sion took 'nre?rJ.s ,ot the Society esneci- v:;8?8 na report drult "ssary fitiSrS :8aeatthc next Uarter .V -1 barter atetin.Vresent nd each CdolS0bs, lately ? g8 Sold larks' thrushes, Udnd Oregon, lately, The band gives a" concert at Emma Square this evenm At 6 ). m. yesterday tha bark John 1 Worster was telephoned of Coco Head. -As will be seen in our shipping col-1 limns-, the Court and bar arrived from Maui by the Likeiike Sunday morning. The evening sale of clothing and dress goods at Egan oc Co.'s store on Saturday, was crowded with buyers eaer to get bargains. The annual examination of the East Maui Seminary will take place on Thurs day June 27th"; the exercises to begin at t:o0a. m. The Kev. E. G. Porter will lecture on the Island of Java to-night at 7:30 o'clock in the Y. M. C. A. parlors. Free admission to all. It is expected that His Excellency II. A. 1 Carter will address the graduating class of Oahu College, at the exercises on Thursday evening next, in the Cen tral Union Church. The arrests for Saturday and Sunday, up to 11 p.m. on the latter day, com prised one for deserting contract service, two for having opium in possession, four assault cases, and live drunks. See N. S. Sachs specials in this issue ; also his large display advertisement of his popular millinery store, where can be purchased the latest styles of every thing in his line. These, including novelties, are full and varied. The Hawaiian Camera Club now con duct their operations in jx conveniently situated two-story house in rear of the Central House, Alakea street. Mr. C. Hedemann is president, and Mr. A. "W. Kichardson is secretary of this new organization. A camp on the Oahu line of railroad in Ewa district, was visited last Saturday morning by Deputy Sheriti Hopkins, with the result that he arrested two opium fiends. The prisoners, both Chinamen, had to contribute $100 to the Hawaiian Treasury. Several accidents have recently oc curred among the Chinese population of this city, and one of these resulted in death on Fridaj" last. The deceased was named Kum VVa lau ; and an inquest upon his remains was held on Saturday, which resulted in a verdict of accidental death. The Likeiike did not go so far as the coast of Hawaii last trip. She reports continued rain on Maui during Friday and Saturday and very rough weather in the channels. She bring3 no sugar this trip, and reports the vessels John D. Sprockels and James A. King loading at Kahului. The governor of Oahu Prison, Captain Staples, on behalf ot the prisoners in that institution, thanks Mr. Steiner of the Elite Ice cream parlors lor the pre sent of cake and pies supplied on Friday last, and distributed on Saturday to about 170 person at present residing in the prison buildings. The yacht Spray had another trip to Pearl Harbor on Saturday, and was tore turn Sunday with the following voyagers : J. M. Monsarratt, Pruee Cartwright, C. H. Ehiridge, W. C. Sproull, W. A. Whiting, J. H. Paty, F. M. Hatch, and YV. F. Allen ; the latter three were to join the yacht at Pearl Harbor. Pineapples are now in abundant sup ply at the several fruit and grocery marts of the city; but we would caution those who wish to preserve their teeth, from eating too plentifully of this tempt ing ami delicious fruit. The juice con tains an insidious acid that eats into the enamel of teeth, and proves a fruitful source of teeth-ache and teeth-decay. As will be seen by looking at Mr. M. Mclnerny's show windows, an entire change of window dressing has been made this morning. The nck-wear has disappeared as if by magic, and new hats of all kinds, sizes and shapes are displayed in the capacious window fronts. These are pictures of business energy of which Honolulu should be proud. If the Government had mixed red earth with the white coral rock used in making the road to Palama, persons who travel that road would not have sullered as the3' do now from the glare reflected from the white surface; and there might have been less irritation to the eyes, than is now the case, from par ticles of lime dust blotfn into the face by the strong winds that sweep across the road. The use of the telephone by native Hawaiians was pretty sure to evolve some new use of that instrument, and dunning by telephone has now become common among the native population. The advantage seems to be that strong language can be used, hardly safe to em ploy in presence of the debtor addressed. If may be added that the natives have taken very readily to the telephone ; and use it often for lengthened conversations of the "dialling" order. A Chinese domestic while engaged sweeping out the bedroom of the bust modeller, now in Honolulu, came ac cidently upon a human skull used by the modeller as a study in his art. The Chinaman, upon beholding the relic of humanity, suddenly gave an exclam ation; and, girding up his loins, he darted out of the room as quickly as his Celestial legs would carry him.- Trem blingly he told his story thus: "No goodee man he muckee mo all samee, takee oil' my head." Reports have been current for several d ivs that a new ice company, and a new steamship company are about to. be in augurated in this" city. Upon enquiry wo find that the first named is a fact, and that a charter will be immediately applied for. The capital of the company will be $30,000 with power to increase. Several prominent gentlemen of this city are mentioned as stockholders ; but, for the present, we are not at liberty to pub lish their names. The report of a new- local steamship company, we think, is mythical. Tlie Yaclit Ilelene. The above yacht started for a cruise at 9 a. m. yesterday; but on reaching Coco Head, the sea was found too rough to proceed. She was then headed for Pearl Harbor where she arrived early in the day, when east and middle lochs wrere visited. The vacht returned to Honolulu about the middle of the afternoon after a successful and pleasant cruise. Upon this occasion there were on board, Capt. King, Supt. of Wilder's Steamship Co.'s steamers; and Capt. -Griffiths of the barkentine S. G. Wilder. The Kamehamehas Score Four to the Hawalis One Run. A large audience witnessed the base ball game on Saturda)' afternoon at Makiki Recreation Grounds between the Kamehameha and Hawaii nines. The band was in attendance and plajred popular airs. The match was interesting throughout. Following is the score : HAWAII. NAMES. T. E. B.H. O. A. E. Rosa, r.f 4 0 0 0 0 2 Dan., c 4 0 0 16 5 2 Markham, 2b 4 0 1 1 1 l Meek, p 4 0 0 2 13 1 Morris, c.f 4 1 0 0 0 1 Desha, l.f 4 0 0 0 0 0 Duke, lb " 3 0 0 3 2 1 Kaia, s.s 3 0 0 3 0 1 Laue, 3b 3 0 1 2 0 1 Total 33 1 2 27 21 10 K AM EH AM EH A. NAMES. T. R. B.H. O. A. E. Wise, 2b 4 0 0 3 1 1 Pakele, lb 4 0 1 5 4 2 Pahau.c 4 0 1 15 1 1 Crowell, c.f 3 1 0 1 0 0 Lawelawe, A. r.f . . 4 1 2 0 0 1 Lawelawe, M. l.f. . 4 0 0 0 0 0 Joseph, 3b 4 1 1 0 0 0 Davis, p 4 0 0 1 1G 1 Makaimoku, s. s. . 4 112 0 0 Total 35 4 6 27 22 6 By Innings.. . Hawaii Kamchameha 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 9 0 1C000000 1 0 00001 2104 Earned Runs None. Three Base Hit Markham. Bases on Balls By Meek 1. Passed balls Dan 1. AVild Pitches Meek 1. Struck out By Meek 11; by Davis 1G. Umpire Geo. E. Boardman. LAUNCHED. The New Yacht Kaiulani Takes the "Water Gracefully 400 Person Pre sent. The launch of the new yacht Kaiulani took place at 4:15 p. m. on Saturday last. For more than an hour previous to the time appointed for launching, a large crowd of people inspected the new craft as she appeared upon the ways op posite the workshop of the builders, Messrs. Sorrensen & Lyle; and, while the vessel was in this position, she was photographed by Mr. C. Hedemann draughtsman at the Honolulu Iron Works and President of the Amateur Camara Club. At the above named hour the signal for launching was given, and the Kaiulani glided gracefully down the ways into her element ; but, as there was a four-feet fall from the top of the wharf, her stern scooped up enough water to give her a suitable baptism. fter being brought to her bearings in the narrow waterway, between the wharf and the Morning Star, the yacht revealed the fine lines upon which 6he was fashioned, and sat on the water with a grace that gave her owners entire satis faction. There were about 400 persons who witnessed the launch, and among these we noticed Hon. Henry Water- house, Hon. W. O. Smith, Hon. Mark Robinson and others ; and those named are believed to be interested in the ownership of this fine j'acht, which we learn, will be immediately prepared to contest the laurels of superiority with the recently imported yacht Spray. SUPREME COURT. JUNE SPECIAL TEEM. The above term begins to-day at 10 a. m., His Honor Justice Preston presid ing, and the jurymen have to attend. "We republish the calendar for the con venience of those concerned, as follows: CAUSES BEFORE A FOREIGN JURY. 1. Edward Barry vs. L. McCully. As sumpsit. Rosa for plaintm, Peterson for defendant. 2. G. WT. Macfarlane & Co. vs. J. S. McCandless et al. Assumpsit. Ashford & Ashford for defendants. 3. W. C. Peacock & Co. vs. Bents d'Aubren. Assumpsit. "N hitmg for plaintiffs, Ashford & Ashford for defend ants. 4. Assignee bankrupt estate A. K. Palekaluhi vs. W. C. Peacock. Trover. Brown for plaintiff, Whiting for de fendant. 5. J. F. Bowler vs. Hawaiian Govern ment. Assumpsit. Ilartwelland Whit ing for plaintiff, Attorney-General for defendant. G. Assignee bankrupt estate "W. H. Graenhalgh vs. L. J. Levey. Replevin. Ashford & Ashford and Creighton for plaintiff, Neumann for defendant. 7. L. Ahlo vs. Aniu et al. Assumpsit. Castle for plaintiff, V. V. Ashford for defendants. 8. F. J. Hills vs. J. E. Brown. As sumpsit. C. Brown for plaintiff, Neu mann for defendant. 9. Gaspar Sylva vs. W. O. Smith, ad ministrator with will annexed, estate Z. Y. Squires. Assumpsit. Hartwell for plaintiff, defendant in person. 10. J. F. Bowler vs. Hawaiian Gov ernment. Assumpsit. -Hartwell and Whiting for plaintiff, Attorney-General for defendant. 11. W. II. Cornwell vs. J. Fernandez. Trespass. Neumann for plaintiff, Ash ford & Ashford for defendant. NEW DEPARTURE. O IX -SEVENTHS OF ALL THE Shares of Stock of the Hawaiian Car riage Manufacturing Co. have been pur chased and consolidated in the hands of one man. E. G. Schuman and George Dillingham will conduct the business on a business basis, and respectlully solicit the patronage of all. The charges will be reasonable and the work done with neatness and dispatch. HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M F'G CO. 132-4 1 03 Another Change. The array of hats now exhib ited in the store windows of the undersigned, has never before been equalled in this city. The straw hats of all kinds are the make of the celebrated manufacturers Brigham & Hopkins of Baltimore, and the soft lelts are the manu facture of J. B. Stitson & Co. of Philadel phia. M. McINERNY, North cor. Fort & Merchant streets. 142-lw. The very latest style of Yoke Hats can Store. be seen at Sacu The Spar Sailor, the verj latest shape, and only to be found at Sachs' Store. NOTICE. A MEETING OF THE HAWAIIAN -A- Yachting and Rowing Association will be held at the Iolani Club House on TUES DAY, the 18th inst., at 7:30 p.m. A full attendance is particularly requested. 2?-By order of the President. - W. M. GIFFARD, 142-3t Secretary H. Y. and It. A. A DVERTISE YOUR WANTS IN x. Daily Pacific Commercial Advertiser Boys' Shirt AVaists all sizes, and the very latest patterns, at very low prices at N. S. Sachs, 104 Fort street. 142-lt $3 Only S3 Per Gallon. Rich, finest flavoured and posi tively pure Ice Cream at F. Horn's Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and Bakerj'. established 18G3. both telephones no. 74. 137-lw. M. Thompson, Attorney and Counselor at Law, corner Fort and Merchant streets, Hono lulu, gives written statements of law and judicial decisions applicable to the facts of the cases stated to him, and also opinion as to the probable result of legal proceed ings. 20-lm. Few people are aware of the num ber of women applying for business positions in the United States. An exchange says: "that never before at the beginning of a new adminis tration have there been so many women office-seekers at Washington. Probably there have never been so many women in need of employment. 2Ulverfisemnts. (TROYAL poKdN;! jk ffiftllflrllfP Absolutely Pure. For quick raising, tbe Koyal liaking Powder is superior to all other leayeuinj? agents. It is ab solutely pure and wholesome and of the highest leavening power. It is always uniform in strength and quality and never fails to make light, sweet, most palatable and nutritive food. Bread, biscuits, muffins, cake, etc., raised with Royal Baking Powder may be eaten hot without distressing results to the most delicate digestive organs. It will keep in any climate without deterioration. Prof. U. A. Molt, U. R. Government Chemist, after examining officially the principal baking powders of the country, reported: "The Koval Bating Powder is absolutely pure, for I have so found it in many tests made both for that company and the United States Govern ment. "Because of the facilities that company have for obtaining perfectly pure cream of tartar, and for other reasons dependent upon the proper proportions of the same, and the method of its preparation, the Royal Baking Powder is un doubtedly the purest and most- reliable baking powder offered tqthe public. " f'DR. HENRY A. MOTT, Ph. D.," 5 1221-ly U. S. Government Chemist. Rftad This! W1 E TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS FOR $5 rer dozen, and are selling fine island views for $2.50 per dozen, with the very besthiish. J. A. GONSALVES, 120-lm 120 Fort street. Removal Notice. pOOK LUN & CO. HAVE REMOVED J- their Japanese Bazaar from 130 Nuuanu street to the fire-proof building 105 Nuu anu street. FOOK LUN & CO. 122-lni ITOR SALE. P The Large Estate M Known as Pianos For Rent. COMPANY. PIANOS IN GOOD ORDER from $4.00 to $7.00 per month. MUSIC DEPARTMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN NEWS 123-tf TO. LET. A NEW COTTAGE ON PUNCH i:i3 bowl street between Beretania I5-i?3 and Palace Walk, newly painted. containing rarlor. dinineronm. 4 bedrooms, kitchen, pantrv and larjre store room. Apnly to DR. J. S. McGREW, l?l-tf Hotel street. WOISTG SAI, MANUFACTURER cf, Wool, Calico and Linen Shirts, Queen St., next door to E. B. Thomas'. 82-3m ANDERSON & LUNDY, IDentists. KAHFKU, KAU Island of Hawaii. Contains 13.4,000 Acres. Apply to J. O. CARTER. I 72 1263-tf ARTIFICIAL TEETH from one to an entire set in serted on old, silver, allum inum and rubber bases. Crown and bridge work a specialty. To persons wearing rubber plates which are a constant source of irritation to the mouth and throat, we would recommend our Prophylactic Metal Plate. All oper ations performed in accordance with the latest improvements in dental science. Teeth extracted without pain by the use of Nitrous Oxide Gas. Hotel street, Tregloan premises. 55-lv THE XITSDOIN" Iron and Locomotive Works, Corner of Beal and Howard Streeis, San Francisco California W. H. TAYLOR President R. S. MOORE Superintendent Builders of Steam Machinery In all its branches. Steamboat, Steamship. Land Engines & Boilers, High Pressure or Compound. STEAM VESSELS of all kinds built complete, with hulls ot wood, iron or composite. ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when ad visable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Barges and Steam Tugs con structed with reference to the trade in which they are to be employed. Speed, tonnage and draft of water guaranteed. SUGAR MILLS and Sugar Making Machinery made after the most approved plans. Also, all Boiler Iron Work connected therewith. WATER PIPE, of Boiler 01 iheet Iron, of any size, made in suitable lengths for connecting together, or Sheets rolled, punched and packed for shipment, ready to be riveted on the ground. HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Boiler Work and Water Pipes made by this establishment, riveted by hydraulic riveting machinery, that quality of work being far superior to hand work. SHIP WORK, Ship and Steam Capstans, Steam Winches, Air and Circulating Pumps, made after the most approved plans. SOLE Agents and manufacturers for the Pacific Coast of the Heine Safety Boiler. PUMPS Direct Acting Pumps for Irrigation or city works' purposes, built with the celebrated Davy Valve Motion, superior to any other pump. JOHN IYETt Honolulu 41-3m Room No. 3, upstairs. Sprockets' Block. MURRAY & LAMAFS FLORIDA WATER The Universal Perfume For the Toilet, the Bath and the Handkerchief. Mi Ml mil I 11 In view of the attempts made recently by some unscrupulous dealers, to foist upon the public a worthless imitation, bearing the general outward appearance of the genuine, we call attention to the distinguishing marks of the genuine Murray & Lanmam FLORIDA "WATER. Each bottle of the genuine article bears on its neck the Trade Mark, which appears alongside this notice : and on each leaf of the pamphlet, which is wrapped around it, appears in faint water mark letters the words LAN MAN & KEMP, NEW YORK. If either he lacking reject the article as spurious. r DOWNING & SCHMIDT Wholesale Agents 8an Franclsoo, Cal 119 1240-ly CALL FOR DIAMOND CREAMERY BUTTER In lib., 21b., 31b, and 71b. Tins. Finest Article" for Warm Climates. S FOSTER & Co. Wholesale Grocers, SOLE AGENTS. 2C and 28 California St., Saa Francisco. feb21,S9 45-ly fX TO t DAT8.. "" -JOofcr&ntwd not vo V4 f f etfiM Slricuir. " lycJ Vrd only by th. VAi&Sras Ci.ir.icil Co. V- ' K Cincfnnati.C!J:v3 Trade 61 1261-ly flarl BENSON, Big G has given univer sal satisfaction in the cure of Gonorrhoea and Gleet. I prescribe it and feel safe in recommend ing it to all sufferers. A. J. STOSER, M.D., Decatur, III. PRICE, SI. 00. Sold by Druggists. SMITH & CO., Agents BARGAINS CAN BE OBTAINED -IN- GENT'S FUMISHI3SG GOODS! AT THE" TBL'HS''ODly Kleetric TniM in the world.' No Iron If oops or Steel Truss has radleallv en red thousands of patients. EsUb. 1875. Perfect fittinc trusses Bent to all parts of the world and we guarantee safe de li rery. For full particulars, write for Pamphlet No. 1. San Francisco, Cal., U. S. A. For Pile use our New Instrument for Home Treatment. Price, $3 or 8 51. THIS PAPER IS KEPT ON FILE at E. C. Dake's Advertising Agency, 64 & 65 Merchant's Exchange, San Francisco, Cal., where contracts for advertising can be made for it. Popular Millinery House 104 Fort Street. : N. S. SACHS, Prop. A Full Assortment of Gauze, Summer Merino & Wool Underwear At very low prices. Gent's fine "Undershirts at 50 and 75 cents ; JEAN, CANTON FLANNEL AND MERINO DRAWERS, in all sizes and qualities ; COTTON, LISLE THREAD and MERINO SOCKS ; Unbleached Cotton Socks, regular made, at 2.23 per doz. ; Balbriggan Socks, silk clocked, at 3 per doz. ; Fine British Socks, full finished, at $3 per doz. ; The Latest Style Neckwear and Collars A full assmt. of Gent's Cotton, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs; A "new assortment of Gent's Straw Hats, At prices lower than ever. FINE WHITE SHIRTS and CALICO SHIRTS; White Shirts at $1 ; superior quality at $1 .25 ; Calico Shirts, good quality at $1.00 and $1-25; Unlaundried Shirts only 75 cents; A full assortment of GENTLEMEN'S V" )L OUTSIDE LHIRTS in plain and fancy enbw.dery. Trnnlis and Valises always on hand. lU-v 17 11L MAN FACTIERS SHOE CO. S6 and 8S looted Street. A. mmmm ma m mi it BOOTS SHOES -:- At Wholesale anil Retail. -:- The Largest and Most Complete Stock -IN THE KINGDOM- DIEECT FE0M THE MANUEACTUREES ! f3"" With a Buyer in the East our facilities are the BEST for buying Goods Cheap of the latest and best designs and styles. Orders by mail from the other Islands will receive prompt and careful attention. o 113 1270-ly X. B. SMITH, Asent. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE Printing Establishment 46 Merchant St., Honolulu, - 'rv?- Plain and Pancy Printing OF EVERY KIND PROMPTLY AND NEATLY EXECUTED. -:o gg? Address all business letters : THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., H..M. WHITNEY, Business Manager, r4G Merchant St., Honolulu, H. L r ?; i" i ; I i