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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 20 June 1894

3 I - - 5 c 1 AV "Volf -Ol, tS'o!" 14:3. Honolulu, .Wednesday, Juul&O, 1S94. Per IS PUBLISHED JSverv Afternoon EXCEPT SUXPAY BY THE- Holomua Publishing Co, At King St (Tho nns block), Honolulu, H. 1. Uu33C?.:??I0N, par 2cs!h, 50 Cts. The pai-er is delivered by Gimers in the - nirn ,t -mlihf.K. Siasde Copies fjrsialo at the Nerg Dealers and at the Office of pubficfltiou. - - Edmund Morrie, - - Editor -GEORGE E. SMITHIES Manager ISTOTIGE. ? ' All Dnsiness Communications should be atluresswl to U'-orgo E Smithies Hono "' Vluln, II. I. . - yr Correspounence and Uoaitnnniraitions tor 2 - pnblicutioushoulil be addressed to the Editor Jitttt-iiii Holotnna. No notice will-be paid to auy anonymoris communications. "Husiness Cards A. P. PETEilSOK, ATTOKNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Knahumanu Street, Ilonotulu ' Hawaiian Islands. ' 'CHAISES CREIGHTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahnmauu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. PAUL SEUAIANN, TTOK.VKY AT LAW. 314 Merchant Streot, Honolulu, Mutual To...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 20 June 1894

fir PROGRESS. 77riT Life'of ike Land is Rstabiishea in Righteousness. HONOLULU, JO'E 20. 1SW. POOR SUGAR BARONS. DoThey Pay Proportionate Taxes? , Mr. P.CJonesreconUy launch-jc0Mt ;d out -against the Jdnwnnan Tramways Company because, as $6 claimed that corporation did cot pay taxes on its capital stock, and insinuating that said capital slock is' too large m proportion k assossod value of tho corpora lion property. Without denying the soft impeach ment wo express id ourselves surprised-to find a man in Mr. Jones' position attacking a corporation on account of iusi-fticiout taxation and wo nsk9d him how the case -rns with Hawaiian corporations more especially sugar companies. The Slur immediately rushed to tho rescue of Mr. Jones and laimod that tho case of sugar plantations was quite different from that of the Tramways Com pnny becnuso, the dividends of tho lattor were spent abroad whilo tho sugar stockholder spent thoir incomos in Hawaii. If Mr. Jonos lattor had surprised us tuo p...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 20 June 1894

t i 5sa . ing, with Mr. Lowell's politician, "in freedom's cause as far away as Paris is," and let the foreign nations alone. There is no more foreign nation in composition and want of real national senti ment than this. Oar historical yelling and bullying abroad arises from a secret consciousness that there is really no deep and common national spirit among us, the aliens of a hundred bloods. Let us put ami' our guns and take up our pens, stop shooting and shouting, mind our owu business, respect the law, cease trailing after cranks and blather skites as if the whole Amorican people were a Coxey's Common weal, set onr h mse '.n order, live cleanly, repent in sackcloth and .ashes, and shut np Aiien! The Amep.ican. -In Town Topics. lio Rata)' Land Co. XI3I13 TABLE VXD AFTEU -IUNK I, lSf)2. ,w - TRAINS TO BWA MILL. B B A." r.M. A'iG 5:10 5-M D r.M. 5:10 5:5G G:22 A.M. P.M. iAr 2:30 i!s7 Honolulu S:45 Ji&vo IW1 Gity....-.'.i:3U iAjnvo cwu .uui.......j. TO HONOLULU. C A.M. B A r.M. ...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 20 June 1894

DAimPPOS Hotel street (Arlington Block.) 1 Tnsixra nee IScoticej si n m A above Store has reciv"tl aaetfecr - SplestHd Irrraee ol Japanese Silk, ANCY bOODS, r . Per S. S. "China. COMl-BEIXfi BEAUTIFUL SILK J AND CRAPE, Dress Goods in. all shade, plain and Ggnrsd Ocshions, Table Covers, Bed Covers. Onrn. Chemises, Slwwls. Sill Crape Rainbow Silks, All Colors Fancy Draperies, EMBROIDERED HAHMERGEEFS Doillies, Scarfs, Sashes, , - . Jackets, Caps, Etc., Etc. NOVELTIES: The Prices of .these Goodsarill astouisL you including ELEGANT SILK KiMONOS! Handsome Cigarette Cases, Pin Cushions, Silk Tea Cossies, LARGE AND SMALL JAPANESE KUGS . Silk Umbrellas, light but strong; Chair Saddles. Silk; Bamboo .Blinds, fitted -with pulleys; Silk Eamp Shades, new style. JArANKSE SCREEN'S, From $3 Up. LARGE JAPANESE UMBRELLAS 2, Can bo Set with Pole In the ground, nice tor Picnics or Lunches out of doors, they can be opened out or used as a tent. COTTON CRAPKS IN GREAT VARIETY t Inspection Respectfully In...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 21 June 1894

I"" J - " " h fife. I?. It Vol. HE, No. 144. Honolulu, IS PUBLISHED JEverv Afternoon EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE Eolomm Publishing Do At King St (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. L SUBSCRIPTION, per 2cnth, 50 Cts, The paper is delivered by Carriers in the town and suburbs. Single Copies for Sale of Virn noAlers and at the Office of publication. FnmiNn NORRIE. - Editor GEORGE SMITHIES - Manager jSTOTICE. All Business Communications should be addressed to George E bmitnies uono lulu, II. I. Correspondence and Communications tor publication should be addressed to the Editor Hawaii Holomua. ;o nonce win oe pm to any anonymous communications. Business Cards ' A. P. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. CHARLES CREIGHTON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. PAUL NEUMANN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 314 Merchant Street, Honolulu, Mutual Telephone 415. CLARENCE W. ASHFORD, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office. Old Capitol Buildi...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 21 June 1894

o- 3 PROGRESS The Lifeofthe Land is Established in Righteousness. HONOLULU, JUNE 21, 1S94. AS IT NOW LOOKS. The First Heading of the Proposed Constitution Finished. In 16 days the wisemon who elected themselves to frame i constitution for this county have got through tho first and most important portion of their work At the second reading all that is necessary for them is to railroad tho fundamental law through the convention and then promulgate it, and declare it the constitution of the Hawaiian Republic, that is, if tho people is willing to lot them do so. ho constitution as it now stands is one of the most remark able documents ever preseuted to a civilized community in this oentury. To call the government which is to rule under that con 3titution a ropublic, is an insult to the ideas and principles under lying that form of government. Tho people aro totally ignored Tho proposed House of Repre sentatives is without any All power is m centered president, and not alone power. in th...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 21 June 1894

LOCAL NOTES. To day is the longest day in the rear. To.day Punahou' closes fr the long vacation. The Newsboy left yesterday for Sin Francisco. Basebill next Saturday, betwee Hawaii and Crescents. The Convention discussed ihe female suffrage to-day. The Councils mot this- after noon in regular session. A slight earthquake was felt in Hilo on the Mth iust. Tho Kinan leaves tomorrow with a large passenger list. To night Company B. gives a ball at the Armory beginning at S o'clock. Benson & Smith arc busy mov ing to their new quarters across the street. Minister Wodehouse is confined tohis house.through a slight indis position. Mr. Palmer Wood who "has made a short stay in town returns to his homo tomorrow. There was a rush at Girdler's store to-day. Embroidery and insertions were in great demand. Judge Freur hhS- purchased the residence of J. Rothwell nesr Pu uahou f.r $7,500. Mr. Rothweli is having a new house built at Makiki. Mr. & Mrs. Hatch give a gardn party in honor of Mr...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 21 June 1894

DAIMPP03J Telephones: Bell 351 Mutual 417 InsiiranceiSrofd.ces. Residence: -Mutual 410 P. 0. Box 117 Fire, Life Marine INSURANCE. HAHTJFOED FIRE INSURANCE CO.. Hotel street (Arlington Block.) E. B. THOMAS, A above Store has received another Splendid Invoice of . JL-1 I 1 r 1 Pi i APANESE piLK, 4 jANCY jjOODS; Per S. S. "China." COMPRISING BEAUTIFUL SILK JAND" CRAPE, Drew Goods in all shade, plain and figured. Cushions, Table Covers, Bed Covers, Gowns, Chainues, Shawls. 1 Crape T "J All Colors Fancy Draperies, EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS Doillies, Scarfs, Sashes, Jackets, Caps, Etc., Etc. NOVELTIES: rhe Prices of these Goods will astonish you including ELEGANT SILK KIMONOS Handsome Cigirette Cases, , Pin Cushions, Silk Ten Cossies, LARGE 1X1) SMALL JAI'iXESE RUGS Silk Umbrellas, light bat strong; Chair Saddles, Silk; Bamboo Blinds, fitted with pulleys; Silk Lamp Shades, new style. JArANKSKSCKKKNS, From $3 Up. LARGE JAPANESE UMBRELLAS 3v. Can bo Set with Pole In tho ground, moo lor I'ic...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 23 June 1894

Vol. Ill, oSTo. 146. Honolulu, Saturday, June S3, IS 94. Per Monitor 50 Ots. i ' iu- IS PUBLISHED Every afternoon. EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE Eoloaua. Publishing Do. At King St (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. I. SU3SCP.IPTI0N, par Month, 50 Cts. r. s oiirfinxl Jvc Carriers in the town aid suburbs. Single Copies tor fc ale at-the News Dealers anu a publication. of rnunun Norrie. - - Editor LJff W r " w - - - - G0?G SMITHIES' - Manag er jSTOTICE. All Business Communications should be addressed to Urorge - o""" """" lulu. H. I. Correspondence and Communications tor publication should beaddressed to the Editor tr :: irUmno n notice will be paid XInWIUl uytwu ! to any anonymous commumuiuumi. Business Cards A. P. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumaau Street. Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. CHARLES CREIGHTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. PAUL IsTETJMANN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 314 Merchant Street, Honolulu, Mutual Telephone 415. CLARENCE W. ASHFORD, ATTO...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 23 June 1894

PROGRESS. The Life of the Land is Established in Righteousness. HONOLULU, JUNE 23, 1S9L Don't Worry. The Advertiser is worried be cause, the Constitutional Gov arnment of Hawaii does not propose to accopt any assurances from Minister Willis, or Hatch, to the effect that President Glovoland has abandoned his de clared policy, has buried his lofty principles and has left the Hawaiians to fight their own battle. All thatlthe loyal citizens of Hawaii know is that the Pre sident of the United States exact ly six months ago publicly told tho world through his message to Congress that "by an act of war, aommitted with the participation ; of a diplomatic representative of tho United States and without authority of Congress, tho govern ment of a feeble but friendly and confiding people has been over thrown. A substantial wrong has thus been done which a due. regard for our national character as well as tho rights of the injured people, jequires wo should endeavor to repair." It would bo an i...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 23 June 1894

LOCAL NOTES. Captain Houdlette left a richer man today. - The band concert last night was well patronized. The p.g. band will play at Em ma Square this afternoon. The Hawaiis and Crescents will play this afternoon. Who will beat? H. M. Whitney Jr., acts for TV. M. Giffard during the latter' absence. Has Judge Whiting yet made -his mind up. in the Advertiser contempt case? Judge Cooper yesterday grant ed an alimony of $20 a week to Iklrs. Henri McGrew. . Cricket this afternoon atMaki ,ki. A team from the Champion will measure strength with a local team. Captain Cochran of the Phila delphia and ilr. W.N.Armstrong will do the oration act o 1 the 4th of July. During the absence of Messrs. Oanavnrro and Giffard, Mr. F. A. Schaofor will act as Consul for Portugal. A split in the Portuguese camp is leported. They don't like to be disfranchised under the now constitution. AV. 0. Achi the well-known lawyer and politician was charged with embezzlement yesterday by a Chinese client. A party of...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 23 June 1894

DAI NIPPON Hotel street (Arlington Block.) 1 A above Store has received another Splendid Invoice of APANESE jSlLK, ' : jANCY JjOODS, Per S.S. "China." COltTEISLVO BEAUTIFUL SILK IAND CRAPE, Dress Gool8 in all shade, plain and figured. Cushions, Table Covers, lied Oovers, uowns, Chemises, Shawls Si Grape Rainbow Silk All Colors Fancy Draperies, EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS Doillies, Scarfs, Sashes, Jackets, Caps, Etc., Etc. . NOVELTIES: The Prices of these Goods will astonish you including ELEGANT SILK KIMONOS Handsome Cigarette Cases, Pin Cushions, Silk Tea Cossies, X1RGE 1XD SMALL JAPANESE RUGS Silk Umbrellas, light but strong; Chair Saddles, Silk; Bamboo Blinds, fitted with pulleys; Silk Lamp Shades, new style. JAPANESE SCKEEJiS, From $3 Up. LARUE JAPANESE UMBRELLAS 3. Can be Set with Polo In the ground, Dice lor -I'icnics or Juncnes out oi uoors, they can be opened out or used as a tent. COTTON CRAPES IN GREAT VARIETY Telephones: Bell 351 Mutual 417 Residence: Mutual .410 P. 0. Box ...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 25 June 1894

r Vol. ZEE, 2SJ"o. 147 IS PUBLISHED Every Afternoon . EXCEPT SUNDAY BT THE Holomua Publishing Co. At King St (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. I. SUBSCRIPTION, per Month, 50 Cts The paper is delivered by Carriers in I the town ana suburbs. Sincle Copies for alo at the News Dealers and at the Office publication. of Edmund Norrie. - -. Editor nrnRHF F SMITHIES - Manaaer ISTOTICE. All Business Communications should be addressed to George E Smithies Hono lulu, H. I. Oorresponaenco and Communications tor publication should bo addressed to the Editor Hawaii Ilolomna. Ao notico -will be paid to any anonymous communications. Business Cards A. P. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. CHARLES CREIGHTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ofnco: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. PAUL NEUMANN, ATTORNEY AT LAW., 3H Morchant Street, Honolulu, Mutual Telephone 415. CLARENCE W. ASHFORD, t ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR A LAW. Office. Old Capitol Building, (Honolulu Ua...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 25 June 1894

l I fl 1 J I 1 V . PROGRESS. The Life of the Land is Established in Righteousness. HONOLULU, JUNE 25, 1891. The Usual Error. The government organs are now Holding out a bait in tho shape of a pension to the Queen to in duce tho people of Hawaii to recognize the legitimacy of the Bepublic, and to be satisfied by tho role of a loyal opposition. Tho leaders of tho p. g. do not yet realize the fact that the issue at state is not the Queen or the monarchy, but is tho groat principle of constitutional gov ernment by the people. As long as the overwhelming innjority of tho legal voters of Hawaii desire tho form of government known as a monarchy, they are entitled to have it. Tho pensioning of tho Queen will not settle the matter or solve the difficult situation in which we now find ourselves. A constitution has been fram ed which is not and never can bo acceptable to the great masses. It is not a fundamental law of a republic, it is. tho by-law of a closed corporation or tho family compnet...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 25 June 1894

LOCAL NOTES. A fox- terrier has been lost The Convention itoday. was in session v jTbe Arawa leaves at 10 p. m. for Australia. ., The Mechanics Union will .meet on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The schooner Transit arrived . j'esterday and brought one day's later news. 4 The Kamehameha schools will close nest Wednesday for vaca tion. Exercises will be held.that day. There are five German men of war at Samoa. The prospects are that the island will bo annex ed. The "dam of Iao" is in town again and ready to open his The Best Game. sluices of e? o pence ventiou. at the con- Tho Arawa arrived in port a little before noon, seven days out from Brittish 'Columbia. She brings no ness of importance. Captain Julius Palmer Jr. in iho Boston Transcript advises Mr. Dolo and the royalist to compro mise and mako Kaiulani. Queen with Dolo as regent. There is no donbt that the game plaed last Saturday was the best of the season. The Ha waiis won by the narrowest chance possible. Both team played w...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 25 June 1894

5t " a-' Br , ft ., '"J-Jr i TkATATTPPAAT Hotel street (Arlington Block.) S A aboTe Store has received another Splendid Invoice of jJAPANES'E" jSlLKj jA'NCY pOODS, . Per S. S. "China." coMrRisiya BEAUTIFUL SILK IAND CRAPE Drew Goods in all shade, plain and figured Cushions, Table Ujvers, Bed Covers, Gowns. Chemises, Shawls. ri n iik wane MM oMS All Colors Fancy Draperies, EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS . Doillies, Scarfs, Sashes, Jackets, Caps, Etc., Etc. NOVELTIES: The Fricesof these Goods will astonish you including ELEGANT SILK KIMONOS Handsome Cigarette Cases, Pin Cushions, Silk Tea Cossies, L1RUE AND SHALL JAPANESE RUGS Silk Umbrellas, light but stroDg; Chair Saddles, Silk; Bamboo Blinds, fitted -with pulleys; Silk Lamp Shades, new style. JA1MNKSESCKEENS, From $3 Dp. LARGE JAPANESE UMBRELLAS C$W Can be Set with Pole In tho ground, nice lor incnics or liuncnes out oi doors, they can be opened out or used as a tent. COTTON CRAPES IN GREAT VARIETY Telephones: Bell 351 Mutual 417 Reside...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 26 June 1894

r a V. -1 . fee- If f , I- K. , "Vol. ZEE, No. 148. HAWA.il HOLOPA, - IS PUBLISHED Every Afternoon . except suxday by the Holomua Publishing Co. At King St. (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. I. RT7T55ni?TPTT0iT. net- Mentii. 50 fits. The paper is delivered by Carriers in the town and suburbs. Sinele Copies for Sale at the News Dealers and at the Office of publication. Edmund norrie, George E. Smithies Frihnrl Manager addressed to George U Smithies Hono- iUi A'U.StUVO W " I lulu, II. I. Correspondence and Communications lor 1 1 ' 1 j 1 u i il. -r.i:.- pUOHCaUOnhllOUlU OCHUUIVSSCU MJ lUOMmui Hawaii Holomua. No notice will be paid to any anonymous communications. Business Cards A. P. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahunmnu Street, Honolulu 1 Hawaiian Islands. I CHARLES GREIGHTON, ATTORNEY AT L.UY. Office: 113 Kaahmnanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. PAUL NEUMANN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Sl-i Merchant Street, Honolulu, Mutual Telephone 415. U.ua-LVEjiUEj K aouxuivu, -it i-rnxT-in tit 1...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 26 June 1894

ft'1' BIT ft : f " t l'mx.A Jit t-IV' PROGRESS The Life of ike Land is Established in Righteousness. HONOLULU. JUNK26,189i. "Conventional Capers The constitutional convention is undeniable doing its level best to make tbe proposed constitu tion as objectionable as it pos sible can. It was hoped that on tho second reading tbe instrument would bavo been put in such a abapo that it would bavo bad at least an excuse for its existence. On the contrary! The changes bow mado add to the illiberality, and practical impossibility of the law. Yesterday tbo wisemen added to the now nearly unlimit ed power of the executive branch by an amendment which gives tbo prosecution in criminal cases ibo power of appeal. Theoretic ally tbe principle is undoubtedly correct, but pratically it will prove one of tbo most obnoxious and most contemptiblo measures yot invented by tbo depraved missionaries. The laywors will bonofit and will enjoy tbo meas ure. No wonder that Mr. Cecil Brown bad changed his mind a...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 26 June 1894

LOGAL NOTES. The Malulani afternoon. arrived this The Kahului Races. Dr. Herbert has been appointed physician to the Insane Asylum. Company Bs ball tokos tonight in the drill shed. place The Claudine leaves for Maui at 5 o'clock this afternoon. The Irmgard arrived in San , Francisco on the 18th inst. Delegates are back, safe. Baldwin and Pogne The constitution is The Scheutzen Club is located on Beretania Street to the Commercial Hotel. now next Geo. H. Bobertson has found 30 lying around on the street. And then they talk about hard times. The Arawa left this morning at 11 o'clock. Her detention was duo to the heavy freight for this port: Through the combined efforts of the two steamshiD companies the races at Kahului on the 4th of J uly will prove a success, and the sporting fraternity of Hono lulu will be enabled to bo present and see the issue betwixt Silky and Nevada. "Wilder's steamship company will dispatch the Clan dine on the 3d at 5 p.m., and the Inter-island steamship comp...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 26 June 1894

JULNJ"ON Hotel street (Arlington Block.) ' A above Store hs received another Splendid Invoice of jJAPANESE jSlLK, jfANCY jjOODS, Per S. S. "China." coia-EiirxG -BEAUTIFUL SILK AND CRAPE, Dress GooUin all shade, plain and figured. Gnfihions, Table Covers, Bed Covers, Gown?, Chemises, Shawls. i r nnnn knmhnnr Vi w uim via m iumiuuh oiina, All Colors Fancy Draperies, EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS Doillies, Scarfs, Sashes, Jackets, Caps, Etc., Etc. NOVELTIES: ' The Prices of these Goods trill astonish yi including ELEGANT SILK KIMONOS! Handsome Cigarette Coses, Pin Cushions, Silk Tea Cossies, . LlItUE 1XD SMALL JAPANESE RUGS Silk Umbrellas, light bnt strong; Chair Saddles, Silk; Bamboo Blinds, fitted frith pulleys; Silk Lamp Shades, new style. JAPANESE SCREENS, Trom $3 Up. LARUE JAUAXESE UMBRELLAS Can be Set with Polo In the ground, nice for Ticnics or Lunches out of doors, they can be opened out or nsed as a tent. COTTON CRAPES IN GREAT VARIETY Telephones: Bell 351 Mutual 417 Residexge: Mu...

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