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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 3 July 1894

9 ' mam d s . mmm y It: ; ff f yv ww v w w wrrw Honolulu, Tuesday, July 3, 1S94L "Vol. ZLX No. 54. Pei- Month. 50 Cts. h 3 HAWAJI HOLOfWA. IS PUBLISHED Every Affceinoon EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE Holomua Publishing Co At King St. (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. I. JU3SCBIPTI0N, per Month, 50 Cts, The paper is delivered by Carriers in the town and Hubnrbs. Single Copies for Sale at the News Dealers and at the Office of publication. Edmund Norrie. - Editor George E. Smithies - Manager JSTOTICE. All Business Communications should be addressed to George E Smithies Hono lulu, IT. I. Correspondence and Communications lor publication should be addressed to the Editor Hawaii Holomua. No notice will be paid to any anonymous communications. Business Cax'ds A. P. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. CHARLES CREIGHTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honoluln Hawaiian Islands. PAUL NEUMANN ATTORNEY AT LAW. ,31-i Merchant Streot, Honolulu, Mut...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 3 July 1894

PROGRESS. The Life" of the Land is Established in Righteousness. HONOLULU, JULY 3, 1894. A SOLEMN PROTEST ! Five Thousand Loyalists Protest Against the So-Called Republic. Without advertising, -without preparations, a crowd of loyal citizens met jVesterday on Palace Square, and then and there did solemnly protest against the pro clamation of a republic, not representing the people, not established for the benefit of the masses but virtually made for the solo benefit of the small and insignificant clique placed in power by J. L. Stevens and American troops in controversy of justice, honor, and popular will. Over five thousand people gath ered, among whom were all clas ses, all nationalities and all friends of popular government. The meeting .was most orderly, and as Nawahi urged in opening the mooting, free from any undue demonstration, free from the noise generalby attached to a political meeting. Mr.' J. O. Ourter, one of the oldest and best known cit izens in tho country read the ...

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

FHE PEOPLE ?" The Manner In Which The Hawaiian "Republic" was "Ratified" p?hQ supporters of the p. g. last night called a meeting for the purpose of ratifying the new con stitution, and "electing" S. B. Dole as president, or at least con firming him in his $1,000 a month job. The drill shed was filled by the "army'' in civilian clothes, and by government offi cials with a sprinkling of mis sionary shop-keepers always open for a government contract. The government band was play ing to attract people, and ar rangements had been made for a display of Japanese fireworks which helped to gather a large crowd of Japanese who now are taken to the bosom of editor Cas tle as "brethren." It is stated by the government organs that the "best" people of Hawaii wore present. If they were, the' must have kept very much in the dark. They were not visible. The 'names of the speakerswill prove to the coun try what kind of men were there representing the people of Ha waii. the custom house, an ex-emplo...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 3 July 1894

DAIMPPOW Hotel street (Arlington Block.) f A above Store lias received another Splendid Invoice of - APANESE JSlLK, JAKCY pOODS, Per S.S. "China." COMi'RISlNR BEAUTIFUL SILK AND CRAPE Dress Goods in all shade, plain and figured ynsaioas, xaoie covers, Bed Covers, Gowns, Chemises, Shawls, Telepho.ves: Bell 351 Mutual 417 Residence: Mutual 410 Pt 0. Box 117 E. B. THOMAS, Crape m wane its n i dm Sis 1IK All Colors Fancy Draperies, EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS Doillies, Scarfs, Sashes, Jackets, Caps, Etc., Etc. NOVELTIES: The Prices of these Goods -will astonish yon including ELEGANT SILK KIMONOS Handsome Cigarette Cases, Pin Cushions, Silk Tea Cossies, LARGE AND SMALL JAPANESE KUUS Silk Umbrellas, light but strong; Chair Saddles. Silk; Bamboo Blinds, fitted with pulleys; Silk Lamp Shades, new style. JAPANKSK SCItKKNS, From $3 Up. LARGE JAPANESE UMBRELLAS Can be Set with Pole in the ground nieo for Picnics or Lunches out of doors they can bo opened out or used as a tent. . COTTON GRAPES 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. — 5 July 1894

"Vol. -HI, No. 155. Honolulu, Thursday, July o lS9ri. ff Pei- Moptb, oO Ots. HWi HOLOfdUA., IS PUBLISHED -r a rx. - EXCEPT SUNDAT. BT THE Holomua-Publishing Co. At King St. (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. I. SUBSCRIPTION, per Month, 50 Cts, The paper is delivered by Carriers ia the town nud suburbs. ' Single Copies for Sale at the News Dealers and at the Office of publication. Edmund NORR1E. - - Editor George E. Smithies - Manager ISTOTICE. All Business Communications should be addressed to George E bmituies uono luln, H. I. Correspondence and Communications lor publication should be addressed to the Editor Hawaii Holoniuat No notice 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. Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. PAUL NEUMANN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 314 Merchant Street, Honolulu, Mutual Telephone 415. CLARENCE W. ASHFORD, ATTORNE...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 5 July 1894

PROGRBPS. The Life of the Land is Established in Righteousness. HONOLULU, JULY 5, 18&L A DASTARDLY . DEED. President Carnot Killed "by a Cowardly Assassin. Tho civilized world today stands aghast, and looks with horror at tho spectacle of the assasmation of the Chief Magistrate of Prance. Tho cowardly crank, who vented his falso anarchistic ideas by stabbinc to death Sadi Carnot claims Italy as his place of birth. Tho murder took place on tho 24th of June in broad daylight in tho streets of Lyons. Tho mur dorer was captured, and the police had to protect him against the vengeance of the people. His name is Santo. He is 21 years old, a baker by trado, and one of the misguided followers of the nihilists and anarchists. Sadi Carnot, tho assassinated ' President of tho Prench Repub lic was born in 1837. Ho was not a brilliant rami, not a ruler who mado a mark in history. But ho was n peucoful, harmless, and honest patriot in whose hands tho destiny of France was safe. His term would...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 5 July 1894

LOCAL NOTES. Tho p.g. is no more. The Yauderlip show tonight. Mr. Dole has proclaimed a Re public. Don't forgot the Opera House 'tonight. The Mariposa leaves at o -o'clock this evening for Austra lia. The "royalists" vrill in the future be known as"Protestants." T!hey always rprotest. Minister Willis called at the British Legation this morning and made a longhty stay. Paul Neumann will return to "Honolulu on the Australia. The hadn't turned up yet. 'man The Portuguese Commissioner Mr. Canavarro is back again after a short trip to California. Mr. Seaborn Luce advertises -two fine boars for sale. He guarantees.their efficient services Tho Mariposa arrived last night on route for Australia. She left San Francisco on the 28th o June. The Japanese fireworks are far superior to the cheap American stuff generally burned off in this city. Itlr. Hatch, the attorney of Dole And Spre'ckels, will not dance the ' Serpentine dance tonight. Miss Adair will. All the counsellors carried pis tols in ...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 5 July 1894

DAI NIPPON Hotel street (Arlington Block.) . A above Store has receded another Splendid InTotce-of Japanese JSilk, jVANCY JjOODS, Per S. S. "China." COMPRISING BEAUTIFUL SILK AND CRAPE, Dress Goods in all shade, plain and figured Cushions, 'lable Lovers, Bed Covers, Gowns, Chemises, Shawls. Telephones: Bell 351 Mutual 417 Residence: Mutual 410 P. 0. Box 117 E. B. THOMAS, InsxxraricelSrotices. Fire, Life & Marine INSURANCE. 1 hfW Mllllw m i All Colors Fancy Draperies, EMBROIDERED HANDKERCHIEFS Doillies, Scarfs, Sashes, Jackets, Caps, Etc., Etc. NOVELTIES: The Prices of Ihese Goods -will astonish you including ELEGANT SILK KIMONOS Handsome Cigarette Cases, Pin Cushions, Silk Tea Cossies, URGE AJtD SMALL JAPANESE RUGS Silk Umbrellas, light but strong; Chair Saddles, Silk; Bamboo Blinds, fitted with pnlleys; Silk Lamp Shades, new style. JAPANESE SCREENS, Trom $3 Up. LARGE JAPANESE UMBRELLAS 2V- he Set with Pole In tho ground nice for Picnics or Lunches out of doors, they can be open...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 6 July 1894

f ? la I Vol. HI, No. 156. Honolulu, Friday, July 6, IS 94. Per Month 50 Ots. 1 . HWI HOLOJU, IS PUBLISHED Every afternoon TTCEPT SUNDAY BY THE HolomuaPublislingCo. At King St. (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. I. SUBSCRIPTION, per Month, 50 Cts. The paper is delivered by Carriers in the i n enhnrhi. Sincle Copies for Sale at the News Dealers ana at tne uace 01 S t , I publication. Edmund Norrie, Editor GEORGE SMITHIES - Manager All "Rnstneas Commnnlcabons shonld be r "r -p sm5,ie Rnno. anures!eu iu un6 lnln, H. I Correspondence and Communications tor publication should be addressed to the Editor Hawaii Holomua. ISo notice win oe paia to any anonymous communications. EBusiness Cards A. P. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands.. CHARLES OEEIGHTON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: -113 Kaahumanu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. PAUL NEUMANN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 314 Merchant Street, Honolulu, Mutual Telephone 415. , ..n TO i CTTT?rT)"n CMJxi-LVEiiwxj ii. ...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 6 July 1894

PROGRESS. Tke Life of (he Land is Established in Righteousness. HONOLULU, JULY 6, 1S94. PISTOLS AND NO PRAYERS. How Mr. Dole Makes "Republics." A slim crowd gathered at the Palace on the morning of the 4th to witness the proclamation of Mr. Dole's republic. In spite of the ofHcial statement that the ceremony would be purely civilian and that no military display -would bo made, the basement was filled with armed men. Others were stationed on the roof of the Palace, and more armed men were in the Opora House and adjoining buildings. The repub lican cooks were evidently very nervous, and there was evidently a strong inclination to get through with the job and get ontof the way, .Most of the councillors and dele gates carried pistols in their pockets and wore feeling un happy. Tho hurry was so great that our "missionary" friends even forgot to open the proceed ings with prayers. Pasto'r Waia mau was there for tho purpose, but tho master of ceremonies W. O. Smith couldn't wait for the pr...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 6 July 1894

LOCAL NOTES. A Great Success. i i n a - n - a tr v. x rib f That Serpentine dance. Vhg Mr. C. A. Spreckels arrived on "the JBelgic on a business trip. The Belgic left at o o'clock 'this morning for the Orient. The Schutzon .night. Club meets to- The ilaui races -were unusually quiet this year. Air. A. de Sonza Canavarro has resumed his functions as Portu guese Consul-Gen eral. Mr. 0. Ash ford did not re turn to town on the Hall as was expected. The government band plays in the hospital grounds this after ;noon. Fort street school closed today, taking a week longer vacation than other government schools. 1 The Rev. Penrose, an arrival by the Mariposa, is the Central Union parson. The flag in the government yard was displayed at half mast today, out of respect to Prance. TheHawaiian messenger service is doing, good work. The office is in the Masonic building. Mrs. de Yarigny, whose hus band at one time was Minister of Foreign Affairs,, died lately Trance. in The performance by the Yan...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 6 July 1894

N DAIMPPOK Hotel street (Arlington Block.) Telephones: Bell 351 Mutual 417 Residence: Mutual 410 P. 0. Box 117 A abote Store his received another Splendid la to ice of Japanese JSilk, ANCY pOOTiS, Per S. S. "China." CO JU-JUS ENG BEAUTIFUL SILK AND CRAPE, Dress Goods in all shade, plain and figured. Unsmons, J. able uovere, Bed Covers, Gowns- Chemises, Shawls. Si Crape Rainbow Sis, All Colors Fancy Draperies, EMBROIDERED BASDKERCHEFS Do illies, Scarfs, Sashes, Jackets, Caps, Etc, Etc. NOVELTIES: The Prices of these Goods will astonish yon mclnding ELEGANT SILK KIMONOS! Handsome Cigaretto Cases, Pin Cushions, Silk Tea Cossdes, LARGE AND SMALL JAPANESE RUGS Silk Umbrellas, light bnt strong; Chair Saddles, Silk; Bamboo Blinds, fitted with, pulleys; Silk Lamp Shades, new style. JAPANESE SCKEENS, From $3 Up. LARGE JAPANESE UMBRELLAS E2k Can be Set with Polo In the ground, aire ior x-icnics or xiuncnes oui oi aoors, Vney can be opened out or nsed as a tent. COTTON CRAPES IN GREAT VARIETY ...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 7 July 1894

S"-r; ' r i' HonolrLha, Satar.day, Jnly '7, IS 94k Vol. HI, No. 157. Per Momfh 50 Ots. HiWAJi H0L0JU IS PUBLISHED Every Afternoon EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE Solomua, Publishing Co At King St. (Thomas block), Honolulu, H. I. SUBSCRIPTION, per Month, 50 Cts, The roper is delivered by Carriers in the OUU 3UUUH.1. ..u,.w nfthi Kpws Dealers and at the Office of jmbiicalion. Edmund Norrie, Editor George Smithies - Manager 2STOTIOE. All Business Communications Lould be addressed to George E bmUlnes Bono lulu, II. I. Correspondence and Communications lor publication should be addressed to the Editor Hawaii Holoana. o notice wll be paid to any anonymous communications. Business Cards . A. P. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumann Street, Honolulu P Hawaiian Islands." " OHARLES CREIGHTON, ATTOBNEr AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaahumann Street, Honolulu ' Hawaiian Islands. PAUL NEUMANN, ATTORNEY AT LAW. 314 Morchant Street, Honolulu Mutual Telephone 415. CLARENCE W. ASHFOPJ), ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLO...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 7 July 1894

PROGRESS. The Lie of the Land is Established tn Righteousness. HONOLULU, JULY 7, 1S94. A FALSE IMPRESSION. The So-called Republic Is Only Recognized As A Government De Facto. Wasted Enthusiasm of the Sub sidized Organs. To anybody who knows anything ubout diplomatic etiquette and custom, the enthusiasm displayed by tho Star and Advertiser, be cause Ministor "Willis has ac knowledge rocoipt of a note from Mr. Hatch, in which he was informed of the proclamation of a republic is moro than amusing. Tho Star comes out with the following editorial remarks that read remarkably iuconsistont when compared with the letter of Mr. Willis. The Star writes: The following official reply of Uuited States Minister Albert S. "Willis, recognizing tho Repnb- lie oi. Hawaii as tuo aejure tov Ne run) out of the Hawaiian Islands, was received at tho Foreign Office this morning; it is clear, explicit and significant and needs no further word of comment. Ministor "Willis writes: . Legation of the United Sta...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 7 July 1894

- a V 4 LOCAL NOTES. Where is the promised boom? i Mr. Stackable has succeeded Mr. Uarney Ordenstein as clerk 'to the Ttoad Board. The Hawaiis md Crescents this afteriioon. Will the Hawaiis get rattled again and lose the game? The bald-heads in town have formed a "serpentine club." The pass word is "Ugh." "W. H. Crossman, a well-known merchant of San Francisco died in New York last month. Are the streets of Honolulu yet paved with gold as promised by , the "republicans?" -Band Concert this afternoon at Emma Square, usual time, usual Professor and usual airs. The office of appraiser at the Custom House has finally been filled by the appointment of C. J. Fishel. Tho fire alarm shortly afternoon. on Punchbowl was was sounded A small blaze the cause. Nothing of importance". Tho match race between the Philadelphia bargo crew and the local crews will not como off at present. Shares in the Inter Island Steamship Navigation Company were sold by J. Morgan today at 136 and 138. Mr. Carl Willi...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 7 July 1894

DAIMPPOS Hotel street (Arlington Block.) A above Store has received another Splendid Invoice of P J APANESE ILK, , jANCY jjOODS, Per S. S. "China." COJIPKIS1NO BEAUTIFUL SILK AND CRAPE, Dress Goods in all shade, plain and figured. I jjusmons, j.aoie covers, Bed Covera, Gowns. Chemises, Shawls. I ilk Crape Rai 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, LARUE AM) SHALL JAPANESE RUGS Silk Umbrellas, light but stroug; Chair Saddles. Silk; Bamboo Blinds, fitted with pulleys; Silk Lamp Shades, new style. JAPANESE SCKEEN'S, From $3 Up. LARGE JAPANESE UMBRELLAS 2. Can be Set with Pole In the ground, 'nice for Picnics or Lunches out of doors, j uiey can be opened out or used as n tent. COTTON CRAPES IN GREAT VARIETY JSTInspectionUespectfully Invited. MRS. J. P. P. COLLACO, Proprietress. ...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 9 July 1894

I Vol. ZEE, No. 158. Honolulu. Monday, JiiLy 9, Per Month.' 50 Ots HAWAII HOLOflU, IS PUBLISHED JSverv Afternoon EXCEPT SUNDAY BY THE lolomua Publishing Co. At King St (Tbomas block), Honolulu, H. JL "SUBSCRIPTION, psr Month, 50 Cts. The pper as delivered by Carriers in the town ana suburbs. Siucle Copies for Salo at uvi Nt-ws Dealers and at tin e Office of pnblica'ion. Edmund Norrie, -George E. Smithies Editor Manager iSTOTICE. All Business Communications 6honld be addressed to Goorge E Siaithies flono luln, ilsl Correspondence and Communications lor publication should bo addressed to the Editor Hawaii Holomna. No notice will be paid to any anonymous communications. Business Cards ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office: 113 Kaabumanu Street, Honolulu ' Hawaiian Islands. CHARLES CREIGHTON, ATTORNEY AT LAy. Office: 113 Knahnmauu Street, Honolulu Hawaiian Islands. PAUL NEUMANN, N . ATTORNEY AT LAW. 314 Merchant Street. Honolulu, Mutual Telephone 415. y CLARENCE "W. ASHFORD, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR A...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 9 July 1894

PROGRESS The Life' of the Land is Esfablishea. in Righteousness. HONOLULU, JULY 9, 1894. THE POLICY OF WILLIS. A Misleading Eeport. The United States Minister,Mr. A. S. "Willis, has not acted in a very impartial manner since his arrival horo. We presume that he has obeyed his instructions, "butif be has.bo has certainly done so in a most peculiar manner. The United States' admin istration seems anxious to sneak out of its obligations to the con stitutional government -of Ha waii at all hazards. Mr. Willis was ordered to communicate with the Queen and to present to her tho conditions which the presi dent imposed on her in his desire to rostoro her. Mr. Willis was also instructed to demand tho surrender of the provisional gov ernment. How did he do it? In tho first instance, he held an interview with the Queen, who was unattended and without couusol. He allowed her no time to consult her legal advisers or her friends, Ho put words into her mouth, examined and cross-examined her, and f...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 9 July 1894

LOCAL NOTES. The Serpentine night. TJghl club meets to- The band will Square tonight play at Emma 3Ir. James Girvin is now work ing in the foreign office. There will be a dance at Rey mond grove next Friday. The Spreckels brothers and party will leave for Maui tomorrow. Captain Barker's successor will probably arrive on the Australia. Admiral "Walker is confined to his ship through a light indis position. "Tommy" nearly forgot, yes terday that his "machine" is punctured. The new parson of the Central Union, Mr. Penrose preached his first sermon yesterday. The Crescents boat the Hawaiis 10 to 3 runs. "Wood's pitching will yet make the Earns turn pale. Mr. 0. "W. Ash ford returned by the Claudine yesterday morning from a business trip to Maui and Hawaii. The seats to Professor Adel stein's mandolin musicale on the 17th inst. are being rapidly taken at Levoj's office. The Sunday shooting atMakiki was in full blast yosterda3 The residents in that vicinity are beginning to growl. The new...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hawaii holomua. — 9 July 1894

DAIMPP05 Hotel street (Arlington Block.) A aboTe Store has receded another Splendid In-roice of Japanese JSilk, f ANCY UOODS ; j - Per S. S. "China." COMfKISnG BEAUTIFUL SILK AND CRAPE Dress Goods in all shade, plain and figured Lnsmon.s j.aoie wjtcts, BedCoTeis, Gowns, Chemises, Shawls. mik irape nainoow i 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, LARGE AND SMALL JAPANESE RUGS Silk Umbrellas, light but strongs Chair Saddles, Silk; Bamboo Blinds, fitted with pulleys; rMi--r ri que jjamp ouaues, new siyie. JAPANESE SCREENS, From $3 Up. LARGE JAPANESE UMBRELLAS .E3i- Can be Set with Pole in the ground, nice for Picnics or Lunches out of doors. they can be opened out or used as a tent. COTTON CRAPES' IN GREAT VARIETY ExTInspection Respectfully Invited. MRS. J. P. P. COLLACO, Propri...

Publication Title: Hawaii Holomua
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