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JLA1L lACiriC COMMKliUiAh AD V ISKTIBJSK, JANUARY 27, loltt.
OAIIO RAILWAY k LAND CO.'S
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It in (jivrii ly Hi Steam Whittle ei Hie Hocolulii
I'laniiiir Mi I, ii few door nliovt: Hie u.-toin
House. Tlio !;i-iui vlii-llo Ik Buintlcit cor
rectly nt lloiiulnli Mc.ni Noon, Ol m rvatorv
Meridian, or Mil. ol m. '.'ii of Ortcuwuii
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M(.'Mav, Jan. 2 .
.Stinr lA'hua, JI ilhu., from Molokai.
Am wh bk U F llerriman, Fi.Ii, c, days
from ban Francisco. .
Schr Kaulilua from Kauai.
iIo;DAY , Jan. '2'-'.
ytmr J A Cunimins, Neilson.for Koolau'.
btmr Jlokolii, McOrcKor, for Melokai.
ytmrJas Makee, Macaniey, lorKapaa.
Stmr Kaala, Hagland, for Lahaina.
ychr Kulamanu for Hamakua.
chr Liholilio for Lahaina.
VESSKL.S LKAVINO TO-DAY.
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, for ban Fran
cisco. Am bk C D Bryant, Jacobson. for t?an
Stmr Claudine.Davies.for JIaui at 5 p ru.
btmr W G Hall, Freeman, for Maui and
Hawaii at 10 a m.
Stmr Waialealc, Chancy, for Kukuiha
ele at 12 m.
Stmr Mikahala, Campbell, for Kauai at
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
VesBels. WLctafrcia. I'u.
Bk Charlotte Liverpool Jan 15
Ship Fifeshire Liverpool ....... Feb 25
Bk Santiago New York Feb 21
BkVivax New York May 15
BkC O Whitmorc. Newcastle Feb 12
l?k J 0 I'Huger Bremen ....... Feb 25
S S Aruigo Mexico Jan 27
Bk FoohuR Suey.. ..Boston Apl 7
Bk II Hackfeld Liverpool June -1
Tern Wm Kenton.. Newc't(Kahului)Jan3l
Bktne RobtSuddeiuNewc't(KahuIui) Feb 5
RMSS Alameda. . .Colonies Feb G
Bk Alden Besse B C(Kabului) . .Feb IS
Bktne Mary Winkelman. .ban F Jan 21
Brgt J D Spreckels.S F (Kahului) ..Jan 2S
l'MSS China San Francisco. .Mar 5
Schr Golden Shore. Ncwcastle.NSW. Feb 19
Am Bk Sonoma Newcastle Feb 25
BktSkarit Fort Gamble.... Jan 23
Bk Matilda PortTownsend. ..Tan31
U S F S Charleston.San Francisco . . . Feb 5
Bktne John Smith . Newcastle Feb 25
Bk Mauna Ala. . . . .Newcastle Feb V.)
Bk Wooilahra Newcastle Feb 20
Shin Exporter Newcastle Feb 22
Bk Newsboy Newcastle Feb 2S
O S S Australia.. . San Francisco. .Feb 3
Schr Emma Claudinc.San Francisco.Jan 31
Bktne Amelia Fort Blakely . . . Feb 20
Bk Harvester S. F. (liilo) Feb (i
Ship Merom Port Waktly.. . . Feb 25
Bktne Planter San Francisco. . Jan 2!)
BktueS N Castle.. .San Francisco ..Jan 30
Bk SO Allen San Francisco . Feb 5
The steamer Likelike'.s eai::i .f .s.ooo
bags sugar were stored in the . S. S. Co.'s
shed yesterday. She wili leave, to-morrow
afternoon for 'Hamukua ports.
The steamer Kaimiloa goes to Nawiii
wili and ilanamaulu to-morrow.
The Iwalani's .sugar h.ive been put on
board the bark Eieclra.
The 6chooner Kaulilua came in on Mon
day afternoon from F.lerle, Kauai, with
800 bags sugar.
The steamer IVIe will come eif the dry
dock this afternoon. The schooner Luka
will be hauled up this evening or to-morrow
The Consuelo's eurgo on Saturday was
valued at $30,325. K. W. G. Invin&Co.
shipped 3,113 bags sugar and II. A. V'idc
mann, 2,140 inns. The 'shippers of rice
were M. S. Grinbaum it Co. with 1,250
bags, Hyman Brothers, 515 bags, and Wing
On Wo & Co., 100 bags.
The whaling bark E. F. llerriman, C:1V
ISTn rish. arrived oil port on Monday
morning, January 20th, 53 days out from
ban rancisco. bhe had M barrels oi sperm
oil on board. The llerriman has gone oil
again cruising around our waters.
News has been received by the steamer
Claudine of the safe arrival at Kahului,
Maui, on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock,
of the American bark Ferris S. Thompson
18 days from San Francisco with a cargo of
Departure Bay coal.
The bark Ceylon, Captain 11. C:dboun,
leaves Wildur's wharf early this morning
for San Francisco. She takes a full cargo
The tern Kva, Captain J. ). Wikman,
arrived at Mahukona, Ilawaii, la.t week
with limber from Tacoma, Washington.
The tern Alcalde sailed from Kahului,
Maui, early last week for San Francisco.
The barkentine Geo. C. Perkins i f i.ow
loading, and will probably sail next week
for San Francisco.
The American bark C. D. Bryant, Cap
tain Jacobson, will sail for San Francisco
either tlm afternoon or to-morrow morn
ing. She will tarry a very largo cargo of
II K DEM ANN In Honolulu, January
21th, to the wife of Mr. C. Jlcdemann, a
SANTOS At Iv.ilei. Honolulu, on Janu
ary 25th, to the wife of Joseph de Santo.-),
An artesian well in Dallas, Tex.,
yields 1,000,000 gallons of drinking"
lOCA h A nd gi;ni;ra I.
W. F. iioyiiuklH has u notice in
Jiibtico Dil proKidoH at clmniln'rH
11. W. Mvxvr bus a trespass notico
If) anotlior column.
Neatly furnisbeil rouius
lint Miuuiiv I 1 , !. TTiv it inn liarrn
.. tzx: 5 -.1 ...-ii . r -n 1.
t UillUIl, 1.1 lllll WUU tl IUH UWUUUl Ol
local lieWH, etc.
Tbo hallways anil other parts of
t ho UoYernment buililiiiir aro recoiv-
in;jf a now coat of paint.
The juvenile class of tbo Hono
lulu Athletic AsHoeiution will begin
this afternoon after school.
Tho Wiebiaun Watch Club ha J
its wcrklv ilr.iwinif yetenly. Seo
wiiininir nuinliors olsowboro.
Chief Justice Judd leaves next
Tuesday for Kauai to bo'id a term of
I it . I . I rail va
-yuib. uiuiu iii uucuiupiuiy
Tho Australia leaves Han Fran-
cit co at 2 1-. M. to dav. and will rrol-
ably brii!-' tho iirst news from that
lho annual mooting of tho stock-
nomeiH oi tuo ivanuKu I'lantation
Company will ho bold Saturday,
January olst, at 10 o'clock.
Ij very body is invited to attend tho
concert given by tbo Royal Ha-
wanun Military Jiand at tbo Ha-
wanau liotei grounds this ovonini'.
j.uw xxuieun auvortisea a watcn.
bavin-' a balance that makes 18.000
single turns in one hour, 4J2,000 m electric current for which they sub
one day, 157,080 in ono year. Queer scribed. And, strange to relate, the
watch, tbnt. " would-be electrifying editor of the
,r. , ..... .
liio baiul will play at tho German
Consulate at Messrs. H. Hackfeld's
on Queen street, it being tbo anni-
y.l;u'y cI " l1"" of lmperor
X . Y. I1 rear s article on " The
oet of the Mclvinley busrar Tariff.'?
: "r . v "yuuiuiu
bocial bcienco Association, is com
,ploto in to day's issue of tho Hawaii-
U'hldl V? O O VAOrl I a thn llr.n !- I .- I
nnilnrclAAl lmf tsi:..
lt is ui
Sons of Hawaii will appear on the
occasion ot tlio return of Mis Majes-
ty from the Coast, in the military
uniforms of ;tbe defunct King's Own
m . z- . i
Jas. F.Morgan will sell eight head ue 7ng man has said is en
of horses and mares, at 12 o'clock, dorsed by every merchant and others
Saturday, January 31, at his auction ;:"u ywvuuE luo iucuuceiii w.c ' -
hffhtinff works, and the snbiect Hon. Chas. U. Dishor, Preside
'"""'f. x-uuiuiujr yiii OOI1 1 w ,,' i- i . l . i I Air S'mi'l I' All.n Vu-a
or .1 t-' ti r. . , -1,-1 npprla nn fnrfboi' lifrbf nnlnco ha MT. Oolu 1 Kj. iljlCIl . ..Vlte-
m snares iraia ougar Liosana iuu .. J: , Mr. r. C.Jones
shares Hawaiian Sugar Co.'s stock.
Ten ve.irs niro Alnmpda Cmintv.
California, made very little or no
wine. Tiie w. H Chrome o estimates
last year's product, at 1,500,000 gal- die power " enterprise of the Bulle
lons. That is a pretty good crop for m&J account for the condition of
one county, but then Alameda is the
county of California.
The change in the hours of the
services of the Second Congregation
of bt. Andrew's Cathedral has been
tested for one month, and it must be
very gratifying to those interested to
note that there has been an increase j
in tbo attendance at every service.
Tho oflicers of the steamers W. G.
Hall and Mikahala, of the Inter
Island Steam Navigation Company's
line, will appear this morning for
the lirst time in their new and neat
homo-made uniforms. Only the fol
lowing omcers of these two. vessels
nave been commissioned to wear
uniforms: Captain, lirst and second
oflicers, purser and chief engineer.
Monday, Jan- 20.
BEFORE JUDD, C.J.
In ro estate of Bernice Pauahi
Bishop, of Honolulu, died testate.
Trustees' tiftb annual account for
tne year Ib'JO; ordered that it bej
aonroved and nllowRil. nnrl fbo ro.
port thereon confirmed Also that
tho trustees make such advertise-
mem oi u as is required on tne will,
Trustees' receipts $86,G33.76, trus
tees payments 79,256.05. Balance
In re bankruptcy of Akai of Wai-
bee, Maui, is o appearance of or for
tho bankrupt. Proof of claims and
olection of assignee. Four claims
allowed, proved amounting to
2,S31.GG, and J. F. Hackfeld elected
assignee nnder bond of fc2,U0O.
Jl Hawaiian jfiibnioiiurv
t r . "
llev. J.H. Maboo died at bis home,
Kauai, last week. Tbo deceased was
an earnest worker in church affairs,
and has been tbo means of winning
many souls to Christianity. Several
years ogo,be was sent as a missionary
to tbo South Sea Islands; but a
disputo arose, and ho was shot
through tho arm by ono of tho sav
ages, causing him to return to tbo
land of bis birth. Of lato years, bo
liwl lin 1 ol mvi n v n mf in rr i 1 1 r f 1 i 11 nrf.
Islanders on Kauai, bis knowlcdgo
of their lanirnago making lura a very
valuable acnuisition in that tield.
Ho leaves a wifo and a number of
grown-up children to mourn bis loss.
V. S. Consul nt Poivipc.
WU. Herbert L. Hand, of Carthage,
Illinois, has boen appointed U. S.
Consul at l'onapo. He camo to
Tr,.,,,.1ntrl l.irlif. W II ci I H1H71 last W60k.
and is hero waiting instructions as to
nm i tr jc diuccuuiu. -
brother of Kov, F. IS. Hand, of tbo
1 n f
x ouapo jiiaaiou.
A bunch of IiOUiSiana. riCO Hli'JWH
n yield of 1,500 gains from a singlo
TllH GERMAN EMPEROR.
Jin ml Concert in Honor of His,
J Itlrt Inlay.
To day being tbo li'iil unniverBary
of tbo birth of H. SI. Emperor Wil
liam II. of (lormany, the Hawaiian
liaml, under tbo direction of l'rof.
I. Beriror. will irivo 11 concert in
1 n - - t o "
7:J() o clock, hvoryboily 13 welcome.
I D x o
i iuc iv aim u iuv icninr
Mirl4l-Kw,i.mp' lirll.,..W l...r,..r
Fantasia-Emperor's Keview. .. .Kilcnberc
Waltz-(icrniaii Hearts KtraiiM
Me.lloy-l.eriiiaii Memories.. ....Trenkler
i-antasia liccollcction ot the Wr....Karo
Medley (Jcrmaii Marches Seiilenlanz
Galop-Vlvat iloch Zikoli
J he Watch on the Rhine,
Tbo writer of tbo eloquence (?)
that bo appropriately marks tho do
cadeDce of tbo editorials in tbo liul-1
letin makoB a irasp at tbo Adveiitiskk
reporter in tbo following fashion :
Tm youI,g Inan o tho Auvkktiski;
tdd a.. . . -
onunt to Rliow a little journalist to entcr-
prise hv in vesiiiratinir am! nnhlisliiiiLrthr;
lacln about tho " l.lectric Jiitiht Coin-
pany," and their manner of carrvinir on
businos8, instea.l of con,inm;r himself lo
' '"nnrs " ami "complaints" of
patrons. If the young man " of thu
AiiYKitUKKit doesn't do homethimr before
i..n.a .v.i. ,t i.;. ,.-,i
then ilier will h .a o:it. .i ii ,
light thrown on the subject than is at
present available through Ihe "candle
ower" of the Advertisku, or would be
desired by his employers.
An to the "journalistic enterprise
it happened to be the "yoiinir man" if
tho Advertiser that lirst made tbo
local comment about how patrons of
tbe Kloctno Jjiclitmj? f nmnnnv wpro
not recoivinf tbo fnll nowpr rf lb
Bulletin, with nn apparent generous
fronl- .1 row in 5i lanri1 brontli nml i
failing to inhnlo nnv plpctrinifv
launched forth in a tirade against
the manner in which tbo electric
lighting is run. He, in fact, stated,
in reference to the local in tbo Ad-
ITDTlcri) " Tboro ic nr1rnlif 4-bof
;a wi i.,-o t.
other source than from the editor of
the Bulletin, the "young man " of
the Advertiser would have consid
ered it a journalistic compliment, I
but as it is, he only bewails the fact
?,f havlnS descended to the level of
i i u hi in f ck nr a n or unrin lunrar Tirm
n write an editorial only when such
Jord.8 as hT lf' ? etc" readlly
flow from the editorial pen.
As to doing " something," what
eanor on tne JJniietin stiouia get
11 1 . . . -v. . I
onto anotner rampage, ana snouia
imagine he had occasion to use the
few words he has at command. How-
evnr, me negauve quanuiy oi " can-
"IS" lU0 cuy was in yesieruay even-
SPKCIAI. BUSINESS HEMS.
RICH AND GUARANTEED
positively pure Ice Cream of
finest flavors at only ?2 per
whole gallon at the Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory, Bakery and Ice Cream Parlors.
2GGG-tf F. IIokk, Proprietor.
Hotel st., bet. Fort and Nnuanu.
fllHE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING OF
J- the Stockholders of the Kahnku Plan
tation Co. will be held on SATURDAY,
January 31, 1891, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the
omcc of Jas. B. Castle.
WM. W. HALL, Secretary.
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1891. 2G73-5t
A LL PERSONS ARE HEREBY FOR-
- t - bidden to trespass or to shoot on my
land. Kahanui, and those I am in charge
Kaluakai, without written consent of the
owners or myself.
1 . HAVE ACCOMMODATION FOR
three more boarders at my table; terms
$0 per week. W.F.REYNOLDS,
2073-lw At Thrum's Bookstore.
milH JUVENILE CLASS OF THE
Athletic Association will begin Tues
day afternoon after school.
c. J. McCarthy,
2073-3 1 Secretary.
NEAT AND COSILY KCRN1SI1
ed Rooms can be bad by an earlv
a pplication at No. I Garden Lane.
J VlSu lX) ll.cU 1(1 !
A COMI I.K.TIC ASKdUT.MI.NT K
II I I
1 I t m I W
KTC, ETC., AT-
i WIClllIAK'S, Fd't StfCCl.
riinis PAPER IK KEPT ON FILE
I i It 1Wl'L''ii A nvii.Tiui
Aukjjcv. 01 & .." Merehant'H Exchaniro.
y,Atl Francisco, Cab, where contracts for
lverti8iiiKcan be made for it
I -VT l-k n A ma k 1.. .H A w. . 1 . . .J. I n AAl fill -f 1 1 - l.-v nit Kini aa .
phi n WW Ml w
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS,
HAKH & CO., I'roiKS.
Sole MANLKAcrtutiih vy
SAIiSArAKlLliA AND IltON WATER!
:l 1'.;MM VI 1 AAi
' I '
tUSTMA. AKliATKU WATKUS GUARANTEED TUUE.
iTjgriHbANi) OHDKK.S PROMPTLY NATTENI)KU TO.
Supremo Court, of the Hawaiian
IN THi: MATTKU OF Til 10 1JANK
JL rniitcvi.r l)N(i 1'IIAN.cf l'ai.i. Maui.
Ut-fore Mr. . I it. slice l'.ickerton.
Creditors of the Mtid b.inkri:nt arc
hereby notified to come in ami prove their
debts before t lie said J ustice in Chambers at
A!ii.lani ll.de. IJoimlrlu. on MONDAY,
tin; '21 lay of Ft briury, li-i'Jl, between
the hours of ten in the forenoon and noon
of the aLi day, and elect one or more an
Mfinees ?f the'Vaid bankrupt' estate.
J!v the Court.
AhFKI'.U W. (JAHTKR,
.Second Deputy Clerk.
Honolulu, January V.), iV.it. 2W7-it
- 15. THE:
SOLO BY LEADING GROCERS
&M.ALLSIZEDf CANS r
CEQ.A, FISHER, 109 CAL, ST., S. F. ACEKT.
Election of Officers.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
tlm Hawaiian A frrir.nl tnrsil IViinimnv.
held this day, the following persons were
Mr. J. O. Carter Secretary
Mr. Tom May Auditor
lion. Chas. 11, Bishon. Mr. Sam'l C. Al
len, Mr. P. C. Jones and Mr. Chas M.
Cooke. J. u. CARTER.
Secretary H. A. Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 15, 1891. 2GGl-lm
riUIE UNDERSIGNED HAS THIS
J- dav opened a retail store at No. 78
Niiuanu street, for the purpose of selling
combined with a
Tailoring and Dressmaking Department
WONG HOP CHANG.
t53E3;rx UWIINU iu xnn; AV-
vanced prices iii feed and
la Dor, we the undersign
ed, from and after this
date, shall charge on all genera! merchan
dise, carted from any steamer arriving
from San Francisco, the rate of fiftv cents
(50 cents) per ton, as per bills of lading.
All carting from sailing vessels at the rate
of forty (10) cents per ton.
Signed: Jluslace, Jtobertsou .V lmcu-
cock; E. Peck & Co.; Marcus R. Colburn;
City Drayimr Co., V. F. Sharratt; M. J.
Sanders; J. W. McGuire.
J loaohilu. Jan . 1, 1891. 2051-1 m
A PLEASANT FURNISHED
front room, ojiposite the Royal
Palace. Address A. J., Adver
tiser ollice. 2fi(-3t
Pianos Kor Rent.
F I AN OS IN GOOD ORDER
GyiafS 1 romi.ou to .ou per month.
S I SfSf MUSIC DEPARTM ENT OF
Mir; tiAWAii am r-iwws
The Enterprise Hack Co.
II AS I'.liEN RE-ORGAN1ZKD
and has removed to Carriage
.Stand No. 13, opposite the Po
lice Station. Telephone orders will receive
prompt attention aiwl the public guaran
teed satisfaction. Vagnetls furnished at
a few minute's notice.
C-Uell Tel. 113; Mutual Tel. Oi.
A. ,i. S(Ul!JlCirI.OK.
Hoiel St., - - - Under the Ailinglon.
MytiLKM n I'kici s ! l20-i
FROM AND A FTKR
ill not be
-2SljS3WS freight after s
been landed. Parties to whom freight Is
consigned must be at the landing to receive
WILDFR'S srF.AMSHIP CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 1S90. lt'2-i
No. HI KINO STltKKT
the (Jueat 15 loo d TiBiriKii
I.VPJlltl Plillll Xniln
Hook, News ami Stationery Store.
A Full supply f Mikkitt Tt i'K
Wkiteks this instrument as nnii;il
for the price.
Stamtino OiTriTs. comnrisiii"
nuuuroii oi patterns wun Ukiks ot in
struction in all kind-i of Embroidery
price complete only .XA).
Itf-S. nice variety of l&nouii Gamps
Checker Board and I heekers, 2.5c.
. .. ... ...r
IJoaim. (iMivt-i. Base
Bats, Gloves and Masks.
EQPCimivv.t Sets. Lawn Tens is
Sets, Indian Ci.tus, Dumb Bf.lls.
Sheet Muhic, Novels. Phkki-
tation Books and Albums, Society
Stationery, Oktice Stationery.
A line supply of Golij Pens and
Genuine Pi; Skin and other
Pcrses. The best line of Pocket Books
in the Islands.
T1I0S. 0. TimiJM.
1310 131-y Profkietoe.
Recently Published !
A NEW HAWAIIAN GUIDE BOOK-
Price in Honolulu, 60 Cents per Copy
The Guide will be mailed to any part of
the islands for 64 Cents per Copy.
Or, to any foreign country for 75 Cents.
The Book has 17G pages of text, with
20 Fall Page Illustrations of Island Scenery,
and a description of the Pearl Harbor
Railway enterprise, and surrounding
It has also FOUR MAPS of the larger
islands, prepared expressly for it.
The GUIDE gives a full description of
each of the principal Islands and Settle
ments in this Group, and will prove an
invaluable hand-book for tourist, and for
residents to send to their friends abroad.
Some of the illustrations in the new
book are very line specimens of the Photo
tint process of engraving, and accurately
represent the scenes port rayed.
For sale at Hawaiian News Com
pany's, and at T. G. Thrum's I'p-town
Stationery store. d&wd
republished by the
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE PUBLISHING CO.,
1G Merchant St.,
Honolulu, H. I.
b b b b b
FIlbTTS OF PASSION
Hy MAI i'AI.
Drt'H'ATEIi lo F-Ll.KN WllKKI.Ht Wll.lOX,
Nevada Christmas Story of 1879.
For sale at the Pacific Home Sup
ply Co.'d otllce. Central House, Alakea
street; and at the Hawaiian Hotel.
I f ON. W. G. 1KW1N AND HON. SAM
A uel Parker, both residing in Honolulu,
were admitted as members of the firm or
partnership known as the MetroiHlitan
Meat Company, on the 7th day of Octoter,
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
G. J. Waller, Manager.
Dated this lClh dav of January,
PETER H 1GH:
Office and Mill on Alakea near Queen Street.
Sash, Blinds, Screens, Frames, Etc, Etc.
MOULDINGS-Tiirncd and Sawed Work.
I iMlT". I Him v ',lJ'n
llaving secured the services of Mb.
fc?uerintcndent, I am now prepared to
I5uiidin, and will Superintend the Construction ol the eatne.
'Plcise rail and examine designs
Prompt attention to all orders.
li PENNSYLVANIA ' and NEW EASY LAWN "MOWER'",
WM. a. FICHER'ri
Famous Grand Active and Gol-
dea Anvil Wrought
OF Ar.L SIZES,
With Boiler and Hot Water
Attachment if desired. -
Consuming one-third less fael,
either wood or coal, than any
other Stove in existence.
No Brick work about it !
Just a Clean Cat Stove !
Whose Baking qualities are
FOR SALE BY THE
Cooking Ranges !
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,
Opp. Spreckels' Bank, -
THE PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., !!..
Beg lo announce that in consequence of extensive rciairs to tlair building,
they are Kemoving their Stock of Goods to the
During removal, in order to save expanse ot handling,
Entire Stock is Offered al Reduced Rates!
TO TIIK TltVt)
Persons requiring aaything in their line will find this a jeiiallj favoi
ISTew Croods, New Goods
Have lately been received and Iresh invoices are on the nay.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
Fori; Street, - Honolulu.
GOO KIM & CO., MUANU ST
Dolls, Toys, Smoker?' Sots, rrushci5, Volvrt tui, Toilet Sets, AUnnus,
aiul a large and varied assortment of
Chinese Goods Suitable for Xmas and New Years'
Genis' and I3oys' Clo tiling
DRY OODS and TAILORS' SUPPLIES.
'Our Stovk has just Ihhmi
C. B. Kim-ev, Architect and Buildioc
furnish Designs for every defcriftion ol
before placing your orders elsewhere.
- Fort Street, Honolulu,
replenished in Kverv IVpattmcnl itli
CO. Nuuanu Stivct,