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SATURDAY. EBB. 10, 1887.
Stmr Klnaii from Windward l'orl"
Stmr Lchun from llniniikini
Stmr Kllnura Jlou ftom Uiunaktni
Slinr Llkcllko from Knlitilul
btnir J A dimming from I Cool a u
Stmr Widinnmilo fiom Wul'iimu
8clir Wnllclu from l'uukaa
Sclir Kulaninuu from Hawaii
Stmr Klnaii for Maul, Hawaii' and the
Volcano, nt 1 p m
Stmr LikellKo for Kalmlnl and Ilnna, nt
5 p m
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Stmr Surprise for Knau
Schr Wnllolc for Kuan
Sclir Haloakala for l'epeokco
Sclir Mnhwihiiic for llamakuu
Sclir Mnnitoknwnl for Koolan
btnir Iwnlnnl for Hnmakna
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Klnaii 7,"00 bass of sugar, 3"."
hides, 8 liursuo, :io hag of potatoes
and COpkgs of smith le.
Stmr Iwiihuil r,108 hags of sugar.
Stmr I.lkcllke 1,008 bags of sugar.
Stmr Klltuioa Hon I.OOil bags of sugar.
Stmr Lriiua 2.400 bags of sugar.
Sclir Wallclo 1.100 bags of sugar.
Sclir Moluiihluu 1.U7U bags of sugar.
From Windward forts, per Klnan,
February 10 Itev Father Lcnnorc, K
Lycau, wlfo and child, Jtoht Wllbclm,
W S Webster and wife, W Goodalt), 1 A
Dins, Mrs .1 K Kanlla, -MUg Kimlla. Hon
J P Parker ami wife, Miss Clara Low,
Judge Kalal, ,J 11 Moananll and wife.
S IC Kannatnano, J Knal and wife, II
Tiilton, .Ir, E A 1'icrcc. .T M McLntigh
llu. 31ra LSIinw and child, I B Sevcrin,
Major Weeks and 1)0 deck.
From Knhnlnl and way-poits, per
Llkellke, February 10 Sister Jtonatta,
Mrs Cowan, Airs M P Ida, F Holies and
wife, 2 Cblncso and 70 deck.
The steamer Kllanca Hon will lay up
for 6cver.il davs to icpalr her pump.
Tlio bark Forest Queen arrived at
Jlnhukonn last Tuesday, from San Fran
cisco, with a caigo of general incrchau
"dlso and live stock for Wilder & Co.
Tlio FortMt Queen is expected here on
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
No steamer in eight from the
Coast as wo go to pi cm.
Tiir.iu; will bu irinariiagc on Jtich
nrtl street above Qucon street to-moi-row,
when the steamer Miknhula
Full particulars of tlio wreck of
tho Sclinu appear in our columns to
day, furnished by our own coricspon
TilK'phuis of tho now Bethel Union
Church are very nearly completed
and will in a few days bo placed in
the contractor's hands.
Tun usual temperance meeting,
this ovening, in Fowler's yard, under
the auspices of tho temperance com
mittee of tho Y. M. C. At
Tun hark Julia Ford, which was
on her way from Departure Bay with
coal to Wilder &. Co., is said to lmvo
put back and to havo been eon-
.Mil. Theo. Soveiin, who leturnrd
tirom Hawaii by thu Kinau this mom-
"ing, will leave by tho same steamer
Monday to photograph llamakua
coast for Wildor's S. S. Co.
If thcro bo a man with a few hun
dred dollars, for that man there is a
grand chance to incroaso tho amount,
particulars of which he can ascertain
froiu Messrs, J, E. Brown & Co.
At tho Lyceum, to-nioriow, tho
liuhjoct of tjio Sunday scjiool Lesson
will be "Abiuhaiu pleading for So
dom," Genesis xviii, 23-33. The pas
tor's themo, at tho ovening tervicc,
will bo, "Hope for the Fallen."
ScjMi: one has been tampering with
tho main pipes and shutting ofl" tho
water on l'iikoi and Berotania streets,
King street near Mrs. Cooke's, and
on King street on tho Honolulu sido
of Wiukiki road, causing great incon
venience last night.
. . .
"' Mb. C. II. Hart is manager for
Messrs. Hanisoy & Co. grocors, Hotel
street, and has full direction of tho
business. Ho calculates by keeping
.gpod consumables, belling at a inode
tatq price, and being attentive to tho
. pidors of his pations, lp sccuro )iis
(piro of trade,
THIS DAY'S DOINGS AT THE POLICE
A Chinaman who calls himself
Ching Chow was arraigned for gam
ing, and remanded to tho 22nd in
stant. Hon. Paul Neumann appear
ed for tho defendant.
Jno. Dawson, a sailor from tho
bark Martha Fisher, stood in tho
dock to answer a chargo of larceny
p'f about 830 from tho person of on'o
W. II, Hock. Tho prisoner pre
sented a pitiful oouditlou, apparent
ly tho result of a "drunk" last night
and the want of a "pick-me-up"
this morning. When called upon
to plead, ho admitted having been
on a drinking bout with tho prose
cuting witness last night, but being
ovcrcomo by tho strength and elllu via
of what ho had imbibed, he became
oblivious, until reminded by l'uaa
jlj'wa, a member of tlio Marshal's
newly inaugurated mounted police
force, that ho was wanted nt tlio
Central depot on tho above named
charge. Tho only money found on
Ids person was a sum of $2.80. Ills
Honor considered tho prisoner was
unfit for trial, and tho caso was con
sequently continued until Monday
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LATE ARRIVALS AT THE EAGLE
Mr. Otto Tillomlor, surveyor,
llnwaii ; M.r. Thomas Horner, Ktt
kulnu; Mr. It. Williams, Mr. W.
Spooncr, Mr. Ktl. Kolilffs and Mr.
C. IT. Thompson, Tamilian, llama
At the store of M. Molncrny,
corner of Fort ami Merchant streets,
may he scon the finest selection of
Very Elegant Stylish Black Goods
ever shown in this city. Black
dress coats, vests and pants. Black
frock coals, vests anil pants, all very
stylish. Custom mndo work. Any
persons needing such goods should
call mid inspect these and satisfy
themselves, lhc prices arc very
moderate for such choice
Call and see them.
Eight hundred and fifty hags of
paddy, which came hero by the
steamer J. A. Cummins this morn
ing, from Laic, Koolau, to Mr. J.
A. Hopper, at two cents, wero de
clined by him at that price. The
paddy, which was classed as number
one, was moistened by rain, while
at Laic. Mr. Hopper offered one
cent and n half, hut a Chinaman,
La Cow, of Waimanalo, bought the
rejected paddy, at the first figure,
and it was sent to Waimanalo on the
steamer Cummins this morning, to
he converted into rice.
The above was thd theme of
Elder Cttrtis's address last evening
at the lecture hall on Fort street.
The exposition of the dream was
prefaced with pleas for the careful
and intelligent study of tlio prophe
cies which, as far from being
inexplicable as some people sup
pose, were evidently written to be
understood and tho lessons convoy
ed by the inspired historians whoso
relations preceded the events by
many centuries to bo made factors
in the motives by which men's ac
tions are governed. The imago de
scribed in tho dream was explained
to be illustrative of the four great
empires, the Babylonian, Mcdo-I'er-sian,
Grecian and Itoman. Besides
tho adherents of tlio Adveutist body,
there was present a considerable
number of persons of other denomi
nations. Tho vocal and instrumental
music formed a pleasing feature of
tho service. This evening, " tho
Elder will speak on the seventh
chapter of the prophecy of Daniel.
is a copy of Dr.
The following is a
Wood's certificate on the wound in
flicted by Dan. McGregor on a na
tive named Kanaina, at Koolauloa
on the 17th instant:
Kaskoih:, February 18, 1887.
This is to certify that I examined
Kanaina nt l'unalmi on February
17th and found him suffering from
a penetrating wound of tho chest.
Tho wound is in tho neighborhood
of tho sixth costa cartilagp about
1.V inches to tho loft of the median
lino and is about inch long. It is
said to have been mado by a pocket
knife and to havo penetrated about
ono inch. Tho wound does not ap
pear to bo very serious, but it is in a
dangerous locality and there is a
possibility of a fatal result.
C. B. Wood, M. D.
An application was mado by tho
counsel for McGregor, the person
who inflicted tho wound, to tho
Marshal, that the wounded man bo
brought over to Honolulu for treat
ment, and tho request was complied
may not be generally known
that for somo time past, there have
lieon stored in tho heart of this
town', explosives of a dangerous
character. They may be dynamite,
or thoy may ho "melenite," the
latest new explosive compound, or
it is possiblo that thoy constitute
the explosive known as "carbonite,"
but whether dynamito, melenite,
carbonite, Itobcritc, or panclastitc,
they arc explosives all the same.
Tho discovery of this power of de
struction ip our mUlst wis mado
thusvso: A wcjl known business
house on Fort street was selling out,
whilst a speculator on tho opposite
side of tlio btreot was buying up,
Aftor making certain selections, tho
representative of this firm made nn
offer for n job lot, which tho vendor
considered a heaven-sent blessing,
and closed tho bargain without fur
ther parley. The goods wero trans
ported across tho street, (just
imagine tho risk) when on opening
certain packages, tho buyer mado
the discovery of hundreds of small
boxes containing til8 Jqtest pew
oxplqsl;o compopnd. Hero epmes
in tlio difference between human
nature. Ono kept an explosive
agent on his premises as a plaything
for boys, while tlio other says,
"Away with such a power of annihil
ation ; to tlio Knimiloa it must go,
and there be placed at tho disposal
of tho Hawaiian Government for
military or navnl usage." To the
Koimiloa the explosives wero sent,
and tho next thing possiblo is a
practical test of their powers of
destruction when that vessel is en
gaged in mortal combat with n rival
power. Spcclmous to bo scon at tho
Whi:n tho steamer arrives, now
duo, tho local grocers will have a
supply of fiesh vegetables, fruits, libit,
and other good things. II. J. Nolle
will have fresh oysters,
Tho Vcsaol a Total Loss, but
no Lives Lost.
Friday afternoon Feb. 11, the
brigantino Sclina, commanded by
Captain Matson, nppcarcd off Hilo
harbor. She had mado a prosperous
voyage of twelve days from San
Francisco, and all seemed to be
going well. But when she reached
the point whero she usually crosses
tho reef and enters the harbor the
wind first died out and then sprung
up in a different direction. The
Captain dropped anchors and took
in sail with all possiblo speed, his
men working nobly. But the shore
was too close and the wind too
strong. Lurching upon the heavy
sea with which she had to battle, the
good ship parted one chain, and
dragged one anchor, and was vio
lently cast upon the rocks directly
The passengers on board at the
time were the Itev. A. W. Burt and
wife, Mrs. Gillin, Mrs. Ferris, Miss
Low, Mr McClicsney, Mrs. G. W.
l'aty and infant, and Master Marcus
Blackmail. Mr. Will Scott was also
on board, having gone out in a boat
which had returned to Hilo just as
it was getting dark and scarcely half
an hour before the wreck.
No delay was made in doing all
that seemed possible for the safety
of the passengers. A boat was
lowered and foithwith cast upon tho
rocks and made into kindling wood.
Another was lowered, and with
better success. The second olllcer,
Ipson, and two able seamen suc
ceeded in boarding her. Then
Master Blackmail and the cabin boy
got in. Then an effort was made to
get Mrs. Paty and her babj' in, but
this was only a partial success. The
baby came down iu the boat and the
mother in the sea. She was hauled
up into the ship again, preparation
having been made for such an emer
gency, and the idea of taking pas
sengers ashore in tlio boat wns
abandoned. But the baby was sti'l
in the boat and tho mother did not
seo her again for several hours. The
noiso was so great that communica
tion between those in tlio boat ami
those on the vessel was cut off.
Those in the boat stood by to pick
up any ono who might bo thrown
into tho sea by accident. But no
such service was required of them.
After ths lapse of a period
variously estimated, but probably
three hours after the lowering of the
boat, those left on board tho vessel
succeeded in throwing a line to Mr.
II. It. Hitchcock, who had gone out
as far into the water toward the
vessel as it was possible. This was
fastened to a hugo rock and by
means of a bowline all got ashore
safe but not by any means dry.
Meanwhile Ipson and, his men
were lpft in uncertainty as to the
plans of the others and consequently
as to their own duty ; for nothing
could bo seen through tho almost
tangible darkness. But judging
from tho indistinct shouts and cries
which they heard, they thought thoy
were all safe and it was time to go
ashore. So they startpd for a row
of two and a half miles to the Wai
akea landing ; for it was too rough
to land at Hilo wharf. Their boat
was without rowlocks and thoy had
but three oars and one bucket aboard
now, for they had mot with many
mishaps in their long stay about the
vessel, But they reached tho shore
in safety. All coats were around
the baby, and she was apparently
hannv. Tho mother was happy too
when sho saw her child safe nnd
sound on land. In fact everybody
was happy. Hilo was ready for a
real Praise Service.
But the hardships of the sea were
not all that was to be endured. A
long and hard climb was necessary
in order to get up the steep precipice
which rose almost from tho very sea
at tho point where tlio wreck oc
curred. This was followed by a
ride on horse back over such roads
as 'only systematic ant persistent
neglect can produce even in Hilo
district. AH together inado a very
hard strain upon those who had to
endure thorn, and it is not a matter
of surprise tiiat the women are all
almost prostrated. But none of them
seem likely to be seriously ill,
Every sailor proved himself a
man. Their conduct was in uuttked
contrast to that of a native ciow
who went out to tako a custom house
guard to the Selina before she wns
known to bo iu any danger. When
they got near enough to her to scu
that sho( was iu $hp breakers, they
podlly tiirnod about and returned to
Hilo, Tolerably honest men and
tolorobly courageous men nro apt to
fail at just the wrong time,
All of tho passengers got ashoro
botweon 0 antl 10 o'clock, and the
vessel was loft under guard until
Saturday morning when the work of
saviug tho cargo began. This was
a day for sifting men, and tlio wisest
philosopher would havo been sur
prised to seo what 111911 warp ItUt in
the sipyp, mid Who' wont through.
If all tho tlilovps who wont theio to
stoal wero sentcnged to prison it
is iv moot question whether &oino of
thorn would not have to bo sent oil' the
Island. "Everyone for himself nnd
tho Devil take the hiudcrmoU"
seemed to bo the ruling motive with
many who were not thieves. But
on the other ham tyim men were
not vantinir mo1)! Who were neigh-
I lift to any man. in trouble, If Sodom
had had half so liberal a sprinkling
of them, Abraham would havo pre
vailed easily. And their conduct
stood out in bold relief against n
back giouud of such meanness.
A lino was fastened to the stern
of tho vessel and drawn up over the
bluff. By this moans most of tho
passengers' baggage was taken
ashore. Sine of the cargo wns also
taken off 111 the same way. The
deck load consisted largely of stock.
Hogs were taken out ton lighter,
and thence to Wniakea. Mules antl
cows were token ashore at Wnlnaku.
A falling mast killed some of the
stock. All tho rest was saved. The
cargo iu the hold did not fate so
well. There wero fifty barrels of
lime, and when the hatches were
opened this set nil on fire. They
were Immediately closed and the fire
On Sunday moinlng tho wreck was
sold for SI 10 to Mr. J. A. Seolt,
who connected a long hose with the
Hume abovo and soon succeeded in
putting out the fire. Most of the
cargo will now be saved but in a
damaged condition. Work proceed
ed satisfactory Monday, Tuesday,
and Wednesday, but it will take
neaily a week yet to finish.
Captain Matson is, of course, tlio
heaviest loser. Mr. Will Scott had
an outfit for house-keeping on
boaid. Most of 'his furniture was
badly damaged. Mr. Burt also
suffered in the samo way, but not to
tho samo extent. Mrs. Ferris had a
number of paintings, made by her
mother, badly damaged.
The vessci was insured but the
cargo was not.
Hilo, Feb. 10, 1887.
Following is Capt. William Mat
Came iu with fresh breeze from
north-east, arrived at tho entrance
of Hilo harbor at 5 :20 v. jr. Thcic,
wind hauled around to south-east
and was obliged to tack. After
tacking stood out about half way
through the channel when the wind
died out nnd it became dead calm.
Dropped the largo anchor (port
side), in a few moments after a
heavy squall sprang up from the
north-cast antl wo parted one chain,
then immediately let go &tat board
anchor which chain also parted.
Got out largo boat to land passen
gers in but found we were so close
to the breakers that I ordered the
sailors in her to shove off or they
would get swamped. Saved one
baby in this boat but could not get
any of the other passengers into it.
Tho passengers consisted of live
ladies and two gentlemen.
Whero wo drifted ashore thcro
was a perpendicular cliff of about
ono hundred and fifty feet in
height, so got ono of 1113' men to
swim ashore antl make a line fast to
a rock at the foot of the cliff. Then
passed the passengers ashore by
rigging a bowline. Next morning I
found the bottom of the vessel about
nil gone, so cut away tho main mast
in order to keep the vessel from
swaying bo I could land tho live
Found ship on fire it having
been set on fire by lime and hay iu
I saw I could tlo nothing to save
tlio vessel so ordered her sold, but
not before I, had used every means
in my power to save vessel and
Had very heavy breakers at the
time struck the reef at about 7 v. m.
Homan Catholic Catiikukai,.
High mas at 10 a. m. Uenedletlon of
thu ble.-sed saeiainent at 4 :I10 r, M.
Kaumakaimm Citimcir. Ilcv. J.
Walaninii, pastor. Sunday school at
0:30 a. it. Preaching nt KKiO a. m.
Kawaiaiiao C'iiuiicii. Itev. If. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. Young
pcoplo's meeting at 7 :!!0 i. si.
Y. JL C. A. Young Men's Mble
Class In tho p.ulorat Dil.'i a. m., con
ducted by the General Secretary. Gos
pel Pralt-n Service at HiUO. Coiup and
Inlii'r a filcnd.
IJKTur.r. Umox Cowhikgatiox.
Key. i:. 0, Oggel, pastor. Services at
the Lyceum, Xuuanu avenue, tit 11
A. M. and 7I0 r. M, Sunday school tit
f):I5 o'clock. All aio Invited.
CiuxnsK ('lumen. Fort idreot, near
corner lleretaula. Mr, To Teng Uo,
evangelist. Chlueso Sunday School,
diltUA.M. Cblncso and English Sun
day School, 2:!)0 i. m. 1'ieaeldng 11
A. M. and 7:110 r. i. lUlilo class In
Chinese V. M. C. A. Hall, (!:;I0 v. ji.
FoitT-sritiXT Cmntoii. Itev. .1. A.
Ciuau, pastor. Meeting for Bible
study nt 0:15 A. Jt. Set vices at 11 A. M,
nnd 7:!10 i. m. At tho morning service,
thu thrum will be, "Somo 'filings whk'U
urn Fixed." In, the uvwilng, the sermon
will be (bpt'clnlly for tlin-o who have
tat.cu the him! ribbon and for all young
I mm, tho Miblcot bring "Xuw Jlahlls
for thu New Life." All aio Invited.
St, Aniuii'.w's Catiikdizai.. Fhst
Cougicgatloii. Holy Communion, (!::;()
A. jr. Moinlng prayer with sermon
nt 0::0 a. m. Sunday school at 10: 15
a. M. Hawaiian evcu-ongat'.liUO, Eug-ll-.li
evensong with eateehetleal addicts
by Mr. Oowen, at 0 v. m. All scats tun
f i ee.
Second Congregation. Hey, (ivorgo
Wallace, A. M., iimiter. Morning
prayer with Sctumii, at 11:15 A. m,
Evening pr.iycr, with sermon, at 7i!IO r.
M, Sunday school meets at 10 a. m.
Seat fieo at all nuvlee.-i.
Tho days of Dick Tttrpin appear
to bo reviving in Warwickshire
Threo times within blx mouths at al
most the Bame spot, on tho lonely
road between AVurwick, ami Coven
try, vehicles hnyo, been met by high
waymen, and robboiios attempted.
Tlio circumstance in each caso
wore so similar that it is evident
thcro is mi organised gan.
s,r.f, , i.
COTTAGE TO LET.
AT A VKItY RHASONAHIn
is'Tfl u,li"K "M "' ro't go on
llie pubis, iciMitlvoieiinhtl
by .Mr. Peacock, nf l'rcelh ii Peacock,
mid nftui rtids by Mr. Ulnhm. Tlio
coittgocontulns 8eci I ramn, a nice
yaid, stablo and carr'age I10.1 e. lor
parllnularn imply 011 tlio prrtnis -s or In
i. It. COf.nmtN, at Onlin Prl i mi lfllt
riMIi: well known 1M1 Covuor
JL J'l'umiHCH. Apply ut thu 13 CA
VKK HALOUN U7 tf
TIMVO COTTAGm ON 1.ILIIIA
X tilreet, ne.ir S lit-nl Hunts tin der.
ate. Apply to M.S (UtlXBAfJM A; CO.,
Queen Street. ta 2w
APMJSAXT FKONT ItOOM.
newly furnMictl, nt H)5 Ntiiianu
Avenue, by thu week or month.
(ioiw mhs. vr. a. xj:i:lham.
For Snlo or Lunsu.
THOSE PJtr.MlSBS SITU AT I I) OX
1 unithuii Street called "Kaannllo.
Ida," the piopuity of C. II Jtidd, nro for
salu or for lease for a turn of years.
For piirlleul.il i lniiiirc of
Al.KX. .1. CAHTWMOHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13, ItffcO.
FOR SALE OK LEASE.
WITH IMMKMnTi: POSSESION,
the valu.iblu F.Mutc In Xiiuanu
Valley, 'J! miles I10111 tliuelly, and 1111.
doiilnedlv the 1110M eligible situ for a
Milk or Milk and Butter Diiryhithls
Kingdom. Apply to .Ml. WOOD.
February 31, 1867. G2
FOK LEASE OK SALE.
rpilU HOUSE AND LOT AT WAf.
X kiki, nt present nrenplvd by Q. D.
1'ieetli. Apply at nlllee of
FltnKTH ia W3ACOOK,
12 tf 2.1 Nuiianu hirect.
For Sale or to Lease
A COTTAGE on I.iuialilo Stieet.
At present teeiipied by P. Opfvi
gilt, Ksi. It contains parlor, dinlne:
room anil 2 bedrooms, li-itli, p.iutry and
kitchen. Alme;e 11nl with nullmild
iiifii for horse.-, i-iii'ilngo and seivints.
I7tf Apply to II.. I. AHXEW.
FOK SALE OK LEASE.
rpiIK HOUSE AND LOT. delightfully
X located, now oi-cupitd as a private
rusldenro by .T. II. Ciistle. For full
particular, nirpilre or lliu owner at
OASTLU&COOKK'is. 58 2v
TO LET or FOK SALE.
ASMAMi BHIOIC COTTAGE TO
let or for bale, nt I.eleo, but would
prefer to sell on easv teiiiH. Apply to
T. AV. HAWLIXS,
At the Hawaiian Soap Works, Leleo,
King street. fit) 2w-
TO LET OK LEASE.
npiJAT HUILDINCS FOKMEHLY
X occupltd by Wong Lions; as his
resident:? at Kipnhimn, ne.ir the ltuform.
utnri' Schnnl. rnntfiinliitr 7 rrtritiin tn.
cliulliii: Parlor, Iledroom, Dining room
and kitchen, Is now offered for rent or
lcafo at a timet icu.iiinllu rate. For in
formation empiiro nt William It. Carlo's
law ollice, or of Ah In, corner of Here.
Inula antl Nuuanu Streets. (i !iv
rpiIE UXKXPIUK!) LEASH of
X Ihoso prcmi-fH tltuittd in Xuuanu
Valley, known as Grovu Cnll.ijjo, form,
erly occupied by J. II. l'aty, and recent
ly by tho uiulerHlgucil, as .1 icsldeute.
Thu Icasti exnheq Di-p. 1, 183!?.
Apply to J1HUCE CAHTU HIGHT.
f'l liw No, !! Kcahuinanu St.
THE 11LSIDKXOE AXD
Paslurn L'lnds ul PnuoiVul
lyy. accuiili'd by itrs. Lonir.
Apply mi t lie premises. LI) t f
AOOOD CAIHUAOi: HORSi:,
siiltublo for a lady or child to
dilvu. I'erfcetly sound, quiet, unilon
thi. Price 9iuu Ajiplv nt lltu.i.iiri.v
Ollice. (!0 y
ON ACCOUNT OP DKPAUTUItn,
One Uiirrinj?o Plmcton, Simla
hituker'M uriunl'iciure; mill ahn, nnu
line Square Wulii-r Piiinn, nil In good
order, entiuhu nt
It lm 1IYAIAN IlllOS.
rpwo nouiiLK i:xi)i-;n kuihoht
JL llnitH In lioixl tirdcr. Sim Prim,
flrcfl liulll; will cany up tn itjij tons.
C.in lm (.iH'ii nt the Ma.iuo Hallway.
Apply t Tii i:o. ii n a v i j:s &. co.
FOR SALE !
ONK LAJKJi: 1.0 1 enrnnr Penwcola
nnd l.ninillln ht, wliloh t'lin ho
dlvldul Into two o.r nioru huildliiK lols.
Knquiio of (!. EST,
51 Of Wet, 1 low & Co.
VTMTHKU CAl TAIN NOH AGKNT
ll of IJAUK Z01L.V will liuicspon.
tllilc for ilnlitii mntriK'tfd without tlitlr
Older. .1. T. WA'ILUUOUSi:,
rpiin AXKUALJIKKTINO OPTllfi
1. Stoukholi ciH of tliu Intcr.lhiiinil
Htoftin X.ivljj.itlon Co. will bo lit'ld
Mmt'li 1st, ni 1(1. n'cloeU, ii, in, ut their
tllllCU Oil till) lllltlI)Htlc.
til ISjt Stc'y 1. I. H. N. Co.
B10N33Y TO LOAN.
fpHK undiirslKiuil lmvo money (oloim
L In HiiuiH of not lu's thiiu onn Hums.
nnd ilollliih ution bitli-fiictorv security.
SMITH, THUKrVI'OX & KiNXKV,
Kit OH Koit Street, llonoliiln.
SIX 0001) DUKSSMAKWtK wautpil
nt Chv, .1. Kl-hol'rf UrrFRiunklnc
lUlnhlMiini'til. Nono hut good linutlK
need to npply. II U
IYAl'S !OAT BUILDING
"Vi SHOP. Jteitr e.f LuoaK Mill.
.r .j.iu . uL . . i .. s tfB, fli if ni mi fin 1 i n i ii i Tn i iriT I ittt b ruirTiiiiimTi miii i t tii FMPirm
BLACK CLOTH SUITS!
BLACK SILK HATS,
Black and White
A FULL ASSORTMENT of the above-named Goodi, of tho
BEST QUALITY at
Corner oi JTort Sz 3IeruHaiit HIm., Honolulu.
H Corner oi' Fort mul Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Black Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc.
"VVliite Tiew, Wliite Hat, ILte.
near Our BLACK CLOTH SUITS are of excellent quality,
Eastern Finish, and marked at tho LOWEST figures in the,'
market. ' -v
EGAN & CO.
Fred'ricksburg Brewing Co.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
Tlio Lager Ueer of
At the Expositions
And Cake Bakery.
Kcops always on hand the largest stock and greatest variety of Homc
Madc, Fresh and only Pure Caudie3 and Cakes.
Lowest Prices, Full Weight, and Pure Goods at Wholesale and Eetail.
F. HORN, - - - - Proprietor
And Only Practical Confectioner and Ornamenter iu this Kingdom.
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Not a specialty exactly, but arc made now as before, of superior quality
and richness of llavor and OliNAMENTED IN AN ARTISTIC STYLE
which dclleu imitation and fully sustains a twcnty-tliree years' reputation,
nut yet excelled in Honolulu.
American, French, Italian, English and German Pastries
Made to Order at Short Notice.
ISrciul Eulivci-i'tl Kvery Day to ull part of the CHy.lj '.
Steam Made Ice Cream
At Sll.OO for ono, and S5.00 for two Gallons. Mado from rich Bgg
Custard. It is made from Woodlawu Dairy Cream; guarantaed to be
made without Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to be the Richest,
Purest and, Chcapebt Ice Cream in Honolulu.
Special Arrangements made for Large Orders.
Sotisfactioti guaranteed by
Factory, Storo and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Strttt,
Botwcen Fort & Nuuanu.
invsmwfmnm9 it i mm
Gloves, Ties, Etc.
tho nbovo IlrevMry
the First Prizes
ot 1865 nnd 1ES6
Both Telepnenti No 74- . ' Ml
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