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TUESDAY, FED. 22, 1887.
Slmr Gaelic lor Sim Fr.inclrco
Solir Knw.illnul from Knolun
Schr Nettle Morrill fiom Kauai
StmrWaliile.ilo from Kauai
titinr Jas Mnkcc fiom Knual
Slmr J A Cummins fiom Kooluii
Whaler J Howland fiom Hawaii
Stmr Lclum for llnmukun at G p m
Stmr Mokolll for MoloKat at S p m
Slmr Mlkabala for Kauai at ft p m
Schr Khuknl for Wnlalua
Schr Wnllele for Kuau
Uktuo Kato Fllckcngcr for San Fran
cisco Schr I.cahl for Kobala
Schr Kaulllua for VYulaimu
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Nettle Mcnlll 1,701 bags sugar
Schr Kawnllanl (iOO bags lice
Stmr Wnliilealc 2,812 bags sugar, and
27(5 bags paddy
Stmr Jna Jlnkce '.',513 bugs sugar
For Windward l'oit, pur steamer
Klnau, Feb. 210 Kuriieuux, .T A Gon
oalvcs, T Scveiln, It Tin ton, .Ir, J 11
Sillier, Hon J Knulln tui'l wife, A
Young. Mrs W W Goodalu, mi wo and
child, F F Applnwall, Mrs 1 Sass, O W
Ashford, 31 l.auglillii, and about 80
For Kahulul. per steamer T.lkcllkc,
Feb. 21 Mrs Slmp-on, G Nclll, E .Mid
ler, and nbout 40 deck.
From Kauai, per steamer .Ins Mnkee,
Feb 22 Mls Hose Mnkcc, Mrs Hcrbcit
and 8 deck.
The American baik llnttlo N Bangs
lias been cliartcicd In Hongkong for
Honolulu and buck.
The J II Bowers arrived at Honjrkong
from Honolulu on January the 20th.
The K J bpence was -13 days from
Honolulu to Hongkong.
The Hydra' cleared nt Hongkong for
Honolulu on January tlio 20th.
The schooner Kaulkeawill Is due
from Kobala. t
Tho steamer Surprise got away for
Molol.nl and Maul at 8 o'clock last
The whaler Abraham Barker was
cruising to the south of Hawaii when
the Jacob Howlnnd left the other day.
Tho steamer Kllaueu Hon sails on
Tho bktne Kntu Fllcklngcr sailed this
noon for San .Francisco, with 1 1,703 bags
sugar, weighing 1,509,10(1 lb", and
valued nt $01,701.21.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Bk C O Whltinc-re, Thompson
ilk Lady Lampson, Miusioti
Ik Zotla, McKny
B'c Martha Fisher,
Bktno Goo C Peiklns, Ackerman
Bktno yv 11 Dlniond, Swift
Am wh bk Lancer, from Xcw Bed
ford, duo Feb 10-2S
Am wh bk Hclndccr, from San Fran
utsco. duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Helen Mars, fiom San
Francisco, duo bob 10-28
Am wh bk Wnndcrcr, from San Fran
cisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am v.hbk Francis Palmer, fropt San
FrnnpUco, 'duo Feb 10-58
Am wh bk Flectwlng, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk William Biiyllles, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-2S
'Am wh bk Mary and Susan, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
. Am wh bk Mars, from San Francisco,
duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Audicw Hicks, from San
Francisco, duo t'cb 10-28
Am missionary steam bktuo Morning
Star, II F Turner, from tho South Sea
Islands, duo Feb 20-28
11 M S S Mariposa (Am), Hay ward,
Iron) Saij FranOlsco, on route to tho Co
lonics, duo Feb 10
P)l S S City of Itlo do Janeiro, W B
Oobb, from Sail I Francisco, en l onto to
Yokohama and Hongkong, duo March
Am bk Ceylon, It Calhoun, from San
Francisco, due Feb 18-20
Am bktno 8 X Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, due here Deo 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Tlmottr, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Dec 17, due May 1-20.
Am wh bark Hunter, Geo W Jenks,
from the Line Islands, duo March 10-31.
Am bark KUkltat, It 1) Cutler, from
Tort Townsend, W T, duo Febiuary
ficr bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
Haw ichr General Seigol, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
II..1... !...,. rm.n(. T 1?mn T? V IfllrW
IlMUaiMUUOJti'UIIVI,. II ."ipfe
Victoria, B C, duo
XorbarkP C Patcrscn. from 5cw-
p nsllfl, J S Vf, duo February 1-20.
German bnik Hercules, Jcsclmcfcr,
& Co. sailed from qiasgow, December
18, duo April 30.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS,
Tp-Mpitnow s Ash AVcduesday, tho
t)rsVda'y of 'Lent;
Mu. err, merchant tailor, has be
gun on the navy unifouns,
Mit. Jack Dowsett continue to im
prove, but is not yot ublo to bo nbout.
Tuukev and Cianborry Sauco at
tho Club HmiBO Dining Jtooius, thin
Tiiosi: two largo American Hags
should bo returned to tho owner with
Jmi'Kuiai, Viito1 matting! of supe
rior quality, can bo had nt Allen &
A BOUTin:ni.Y wind jn avails, and a
further heavy rainfall may bo looked
for during tho night.
Tin: American vesbels in tho lmibor
displayed tl(ov hunting Mtiy i'l
jWior of'Wnshiiigloii'B liiithday.
Tm: mail slennior Mariposa is now
Uirco days overdue. This is fcome
thing unusual ovon nt this tuno of
, "iiLimi.ii vmami
Titu fitcntnor Jns,
Mn. S. M. Carter is out again, nflcr
an illncsB of bovcrnl weeks.
A wiiAi.r.n was reported 113 miles
South-east and standing to the South,
at 2:1") this nftcinoon.
Tur. Jiipancso and Chincso which
nnived licic by S. S. Gaelic yentei
day, wciu lelensed fiom (luaiantino
Tin: Honolulu Planing Mill is tit
ling up the stoic to bo occupied by
Mr. Hewitt's Now's Agency, Mciclmnt
To-MOtmow morning nt 11 o'clock,
Mr. Lewis J. Levey will submit for
public competition, live cases of
men's straw hats.
Tin: schooner J. C. Ford was tho
only American vessel in port that did
not fly her colors to-day. A wng says
fIio cotild'iiol nftbrd to.
A htiioiai. uotico of n ficsh iuvoico
of XXX Mtuiila cigars nnd other
goods will ho found amongst to-duy's
Tin: nativo alleged to have been
stubbed by Dan. McGregor, is out
and walking nbout. Ho will be in
Honolulu on Thursday next.
Kkama main fltitno was broken
down last Saturday night by by heavy
winds. Thrco or four days will bo
lcquircd to lcpair tho damage.
Tin: supply pipo which feeds Mil
kiki leservoir from streams, is worn
out, and cannot bo replaced until tho
now pipes, daily expected, arrive.
A uu.vvi:nii:nt nnd plensuntly situ
ntcd cottage on Punchbowl street will
bo vacnnt and in tho maiket "to let,"
by tho end of tho present month.
Tm: Mutual Telephone Co. hung
up tho February list of subscribers
this morning. The list contains 644
city telophoncs nnd 24 country sta
tions. Tin: regular monthly dividend of
ono dollar per shaic will bo payable
to tho stockholders of tho People's
Ice nnd Itcfrigcrnting Company, to
morrow, tho 2!)rd.
ExoHANfii: in Hongkong on Lon
don is cxticmcly low. Messrs. Wider
& Co, in thoir circular of tho 1st
instant, quota tho Bank rato nt 4
months' sight, 3s. 4d.
Tin: jumping match between W
Mooio nnd Jacob Simms camoofl'at
Makiki yesterday afternoon. Mooro
jumped 111 feet and 10 inches, beat
ing SininiH by 1 foot 8 inches.
A WAMtANT was issued yesterday
afternoon for tho rc-nrrcst of Peter
Hcnson, tho man who was discharged
yesterday on a writ of habeas eor
pcs. So far ho has not been found.
. m m
The Marshal, accompanied by his
deputy nnd ono or two subordinates,
traversed tho outskirts of the city
last night and silenced several mid
Mn. y'. It. Sims, clerk in tho oljico
of Wildcr's Steiunslup Co., takes tho
piu-KCibhipof tie steamer Lchua, to
day, for tho benefit of his heath. Mr.
Chas. Kibling takes Mr. Sims' place
in the ofllco.
Tin: whaler Jacob Howlnnd, ar
livcd ofl' poit this morning, after
cruising nbout Hawaii without bec
ing u whale, Sho came hero to got
her captain, who is oxpected by tho
A uiri.i: match will conio olF on Sat
urday, March fi, between teafn.8 of six
men each from tlo 'Honolulu ltifles
nnd Hawaiian liijlcs Association, nt
tho H. It, A. rango, King street, 10
rounds each nt 200 and 400 yards.
Tin: "Herald" roports a tcrriblo
accident to a fisherman, named Ke-
kipi, at Kancoho. "Ho was fishing
with giant powder, when the mixture
exploded in his hand. Tho hand
was blown oh" nnd ono of tho poor
mnn's eyes was put out."
KNTKiivitibn continues to bo dis
played in tho hack business. A now
company, under tho management of
Messrs. Kano nnd Kecfc, nnd styled
the "Knte'rprisq Cnrriugo Company",
announces that it is prepared to givo
"good satisfaction to tho Public". Tho
Telephone numbers aro Boll 383
ARRIVALS AT THE
Mr. P. A. Dins, Kolmla ; Mr.
At tho store of M, Molncrny,
corner of Fort nl Merchant stroetB,
mny bo seen tho llnest scleotlon of
Vory Elegant Stylish Black Goods
ever shown in this oity, Tilack
dress coats, vests and pants. Black
frock coats, vests and pants, nil vory
stylish. Custom made "work. Any
persons needing such goods should
call and inspect theso nnd satisfy
themselves. Tho prices are vory
modorato for such choice goods.
Call and sco thcra. '
PIECE OF A WRECK.
A piece of a wreck was found on
Kalia beach last week, It has not
been In tho water long, judging
from appearances, nnd is from a
comparatively largo vessel of six or
soven hundrod tpus, a from. i
sido of tlio BliVp nn'1 measures JO by
about 20" feet. Tho pleco is four
inches thick and copper fastened.
It had every indication of having
been on IJro, as parts between the
timbers were cuarrcc ,
Sixteen, Japanese nnd two Chlncso
passengers camo by the Gaelic, last
evening, for tliis pent. The steamer,
nfter landing 10 cases of opium,
shipped to Chun Lung, in care of
C. Along, 13 boxes of curios, 8
cases of wino, 1 package of gloves
nnd lf8 packages of miscellaneous
merchandise, sailed for San Fran
cisco with 5!3 in transit passengers
and 2!),U7;j packages of merchandise
from Hongkong and Yokohama, at
7 o'clock v. m. Tho Gaeliu look a
small mail from this port.
MORTGAGEE'S SALE TO-MORROW.
At 12 o'clock noon, tomorrow,
Mr. Lewis J. Levey will hold a
mortgagee's sale of unusual import
ance. Several lots of laud with
buildings thereon, situate nt Kcone
ula, near the Reformatory School,
will be sold. The locality is quiet
and healthy, with the pure breezes
from Nuuanii Valley, and within
easy reach of tho city. Sizes of lots,
description of buildings, and other
particulars arc given in our adver
tising columns. The sale will be
held in Mr. Levey's auction room,
corner of Tort and Queen streets.
Tom, a Hawaiian boat stccrcr on
the whaler Jacob Howiand, on
reaching the boat landing this morn
ing, called for a calabash of pol and
a bottle of gin, thus showing how
firmly rooted were his Hawaiian in
stincts, though ho has been aboard
for more than ten years. Tom be
longs to Kauai, where his relatives
live. He shipped on the whaler
General Pike, years ago, and has
followed the cold fishing business
ever since. He looks heaity and
strong, and has not a bean to show
for all Ins hardships.
TRASH HOUSES BURNED.
The P. V. A. is authority for
tho following: On Wednesday,
February ICth, at 0 o'clock a. m.,
the trash houses at the Ilalawa,
Mill, North Kobala, Hawaii, were
burned to tho ground. The origin
of the lire is unknown, The dis
trict of Kohnla is rather unfortu
nate as regards trash house llres, as
this is the second ono at Ilalawa,
and the Star Mill and Kohala Mill
have each had two (ires of a similar
nature. At tho time of this last
lire tho rain was pouring down in
torrents, and had been nil night.
A SERIES OF AUCTION SALES.
In to-day's Hiju.ktin, Messrs. E.
P. Adams & Co. announce a scries
of auction sales.
The first is set down for 12 o'clock
noon, on Saturday next, the 2Gth
instant, at the salesroom, Queen
street, when a bay carriage mare,
and a brown carriage and saddlo
horse will be offered.
Tho second comc3 off on March
the 2nd, nt 10 a. m., nt the store
lately occupied by Mr. T. J. Moss
man, corner of Kina and Nuuanu
streets. Tlio articles to bo sold con
sist of crockory and glassware.
Tho third will bo at the rosidencc
of Mr. J. Hyman, Fort street, near
Fort Street School, commencing at
10 o'clock a. m., on the 3rd of
March, when Mr. Ilyman's entire
household furniture, of superior qua
lity and elegance, will be sold. A
fine Weber squaro piano is included,
and a phaeton.
THE ROYAL SCHOOL.
A representative of this paper, in
company with tourjst, paid.a visit
to tho Koj'al School, yesterday, and
thcro spent a pleasant hour with
Principal Mackintosh and his boj-s.
Tho boys were called upon for spe
cimens of loading and dictation, nnd
acquitted themselves in a manner
that elicited from the tourist, who
by the way is a California!! of several
year s experience in tho teaching
profession, expressions of tho highest
commendation. Numbers of ex
amples of map drawing wcro also
exhibited, which are really excellent
pieces of artistic skill. Mr. Mac
kintosh's labors among the native
boys, during tho twenty or so years
of his career, have been highly suc
cessful, many of his graduates oc
cupying respectable positions in the
professions as well as In the mecha
nical Industries pf tho city. The
visitors made a tour through all the
departments of the establishment,
and noted evidences of careful in
struction nnd good attention to work
in every room.
THE PLAIN AND SIMPLE QUESTION.
Thcrp was an English judge who3e
style of speaking, never in his
younger days conclso, developed n
his ago Into tcdiousneas. 'My good
woman,' ho would say to a witness,
you must give an answer, in tlio
fewest possiblo words of which you
nro capable, to the plain nnd simplo
question whether, when you wcro
crossing the street witli the baby on
your arms and tho omnibus was
coming down on the right fciibj, nnij
tho cni on tho left sfip, tul Ilia
lrpilghiun ' was trying to pass tho
ctmnihus, you saw the lilaJntlff bo.
twoon the brougham unci tho omni
bus, or between tliu omnibus and the
oab, or whether or when you saw
hlra at all, nnd whether or not near
tho brougham, cab, and omnibus, or
either, or any two, and which of
them respectively -ov hpw asit?'
Tho D'uko of Cambridge has noti
fied that all soldiers und volunteers
In uniform, whether bandsmen or
others, are forbidden, tp atujid,
any meeting held for political pur
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at citAjinnus iniioui: m'cui.i.y, j.
Tui:sAY, Feb. 22nd.
Arthur E. II. Swift vs. Herbert
11. and Norman Garstiu, bill for
complaint for dissolution of partner
ship. W. R. Castle for plaintiff;
Mr. F. M. Ilntch for defendants.
Mr. Swift continued his testimony
from tho previous day. At 1 1
o'clock the cross-examination com
menced and is still going on as wo
go to press.
Tho press is restricted from pub
lishing details until judgment is
THIS DAY'S DOINGS AT THE
A nol. pros, was granted In the
case of Dawson, charged with lar
ceny, the complainant Ilcck slating
to the court that ho had been drink
ing with defendant, nnd he did not
know where his money went to.
Win. Rowland was remanded on
a charge of malicious injury, until
tho 21th inst. ,
Nino Chinamen previously re
manded for gaming, wcro further
remanded to March 1st at their own
THE SOCIETY FELT PLEASED,
It was at tlio weekly meeting of
the Ananias Society, and most of
the members having told their little
lie, a pause ensued, when a meek
looking man took up the parable.
"When 1 was in St. Petersburg,"
he commenced they all knew ho
had never been further thau Mar
gate "I edited a daily newspaper"
they all knew ho could hardly
writo a letter 4,I hit on a plan for
getting some wine cheap."
"Yes," said the members.
"I inserted the following notice:
Wo bought recently nt a certain
wino merchant's a bottle of wine
which wo had analysed, and it
was found to contain all f,orts of
substances, hut not one drop of
grapc-juicc. Unless a bottle of good
wine is sent to this olllce within
twenty-four hours, we shall publish
tho naniu of the cheat."
"Well," said the members.
"The result was what I anticipat
ed. Every wine moi chant in tho
City sent mo one or moro bottles of
llrst-rato wine, and my collar was
set up for six months."
Then the Anauiascs took tho
meek-looking man out, and bid him
give it a name, even champagne if
MOST FELLOWS KNOW.
When Mr. Jenkins went to his
bed-room nt half-past 1 it was with
tho determination of going to sleep,
and with another determination that
ho would not be interviewed by Mrs.
Jenkins. So, as soon as ho entered
tho door and deposited his lamp
upon the dressing table, ho com
menced his speech :
'I lock tho front door. I put the
chain oTi. I pulled the key out a
little bit. The dog is inside. I
put the kitten out. I emptied tho
drip-pan of tho refrigerator. Tlio
cook took tho silver to bed with her.
I put a cane under tho knob of the
hall door. I put the fastcnin.rH
over tlio bath-room windows,. Tho
parlor lire has coal on. I put the
cake-box back in the closet. 1 did
not drink till the milk. It is not
going to rain. Nobody gave me
any message for you. I mailed your
letters as soon ns I got down town.
Your mother did not call at the
olllce. Nobody died that we arc
interested in. Did not hear of a
marriage or engagement. I was
very busy at the olllce making out
bills. I have hung my clothes over
chair-backs. I want a new egg for
bicakfast. I think that is all, and
I will now put out the light.'
Mr. Jenkins felt that he hat
hedged against nil inquiry, and n
triumphant smilp was upon his face
as he took hold of tho gas-check,
and sighted a line for the bed, when
he was carthquaked by a ringing
laugh, and the query from Mrs.
Yiiy djdn,'t you take off your
DPERHY'S No. 1 F.unllv Flour
kJ olluml for sale by G03.SALVKS ii
CO., Queen Street.
YIEWS of tho Lava Flow of U87.
fiom Negatives made on tliu second
day of the eruption, fhowlng tliu col.
uinnofhun atitho tourco crater, may
bo seen at lint Photograph Rooms of J.
GON8ALVES, 12J Foil St. 02
. . '
WE HAVE Juet reoelved pur Ann
irullu a now lot of AitlMb' Mu
leiluls, Elony Ware, Bra-kcti', Cabha-t
Frames, ltuitlo Fruin,f, etc. And wo
nro butter prepared than ever in ntako
Cornices nnd Picture Fraiiies, hahig
thn largest nnd be.-t Re-looted block of
Jlouldlngf. in tliu Kingdom. Kimi
lhtos.' Aiit Srom:. 81
lln. Flist'h IIeaut Rkmkiiv is a
Spccillc for all foi ms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Distune of Kidneys
and Uiioulllaoii. l)cncriptivu book
wltli every bottle IJonson Smith A
Co., Ageuts. 35-1
Patuonik Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufnctuicr, at tlio Crystal Solhi
Works, whorft ho l piopaiod to lill nil
prdors n tho Unycnt possiblo whole
sale jnlcPH, Iblaud oidors holicited
and promptly lllh'il. Tho attention
of dealers is icspcelfiilly in,vitol to
tho fact "no livon-v is iciiuired" to
boll tbcsu cigars. D iot foigot tho
naniu J. W. Hingloy, nor tho jilacu
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel street,
COTTAGE TO LET.
AT A VKItY HIUSONAIILU
Charge, Mint ncnt. ( oltngo on
tho nlnliiH, rccputlv or entiled
by .Mr. Poicot'1, f Krocth ,i PuicocK,
and nftuMvuiN l.y Mr, lib. bin. Tlio
coitigo contains Miornl looui", a iifcc
ynid, stulilo and currlagn houc. l,-or
parilculnrri nt tily on llio prrm no, or to
A! It. UOLltUltN, Ht Oabii VrUt u mif
veil knowii Old (junior
pply at tho IUV-
.', PUIASAXT I'ltOXT HOOM.
i newly fiu iiUhi'il, at 105 Xuuatiu
Avenue, by the week or mouth.
00 2w M11S. W. G. XMUUIAM.
For Sale or Lease.
rriHO.SK PHKMISKS S1TUATLD ON
X Puimliou Street called "lCatianllo.
Ida," tho property of C. 11. Juild, nro for
salo or for lcne for a term of ycais.
For particulars Inquire of
Honolulu, Deo U. lc(i.
FOlt SALE Oil LEASE.
WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION,
tliu valuable E(nto In Nuuanu
Valley, 2J miles from tliueily, and mi.
ilouluuillv the iikmI ellgllilu silo for u
MIlkorMilk and Uuttcr Diirylntlils
Kingdom. Apply to J. II. WOOD.
PcbruniySl, 188". 52
FOJl LEASE OK SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOP AT WAI.
X klki, at present occupied by O. D.
Ficctli. Apply at onion of
KllLETII & 1'E.VCOOIC,
12 tf 23 Nuuanu Bticet.
For Sale or to Lease
A COTTAGE on Lumdilo Street.
At pre-unt occupied by P. Opfci
gelt, Ep It contain parlor, dining
room and 2 licilrootns, bath, pantry anil
kitchen. A large jard with outbuild
ings for horses, carriage and bervmt?.
17tf Apply to H.J.AGNEW.
FOlt SALE Oil LEASE.
niMlE HOUSE AND LOT. delightfully
X located, now occupb 1 us a private
residence by .1. It. Castle. For full
particular", intpilio of tho owner at
CAS I'LE & COO ICE'S. 58 2v
TO LET or FOlt SALE.
AbMAbL mtlUIv COTTAGE TO
let or for tale, nt I.cleo, hut would
prefer to bell on ensv Iciiih. Applv to
T. W. KAWUN'S,
At the Hawaiian Soup Woikt, l.elco,
King btrcct. r9 2v
TO LET Oil LEASE.
rpiIAT 11UILDINO FOKMEKLY
X occupied by Wong Leong as his
residence nt Kupnlamn, near the llolorm.
ntory School, containing 7 rooms, in-
clmiiug l'jrlor, lledinoni, Dinlug.room
nnd kitihcn, is now ollVreil for rent or
lcau nt a mot leasonalilo rate. Vor In
formation ctupiire nt William It. Ca'tlc's
law olllce, or of Ah In, toinir of Here.
Inula and Nuiiiuu Streets. 03 !iw
rpiIE UNEXPIRED LEASE OP
X thosu premises situated in Nuuaiiii
Valley, known as Ornvu Cottage, form,
crly occupied by J. H. Paly, mid recent.
ly,by the undersigned, ns n icidcncc.
Tho Uriso expbes Dec. 1, 18btf.
Apply to EHUCE OAKTWIUOHT.
M !Jw No. U Kuahiuiianu St.
THE RESIDENCE AND
P.ibturn Limls at Pmioi Val
lny; occupied bv Mra. Loin:.
Apply on tlio premises. Wltf
ONE FAMILY COW, Iia'f Jersey,
young and a good miliar. Im
ported trout California. Inmihenf
J. II. tOPKK,
TWO UOUI1LE ENDKD KItEIOHT
floats hi good order. Sail Fran,
cbco built; will earry up to iJJ tons.
Can bo seen at ibo Muiiuo Railway.
Apply tq TUEO. II. DAV1ES L CO.
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHUE LOT. corner Peiuacola
nnd liiiualllo ttn , wtiloli eau bu
divhlu! Into two or more building loin.
Euquiro of Q. WEST,
51 Q Wost, Dow & Co.
WST OR STOLEN.
CARRIAGE LAP ROItE AND
Cushion. A roward will bo paid
miy ono reluming tlio m tides or giving
Biieh information as will le.ui to tlieir
recovery, Call nt J. 1. Dowsett's olllce,
00 (Jueen Street. tia lw
NEITHER CAPTAIN NOR AGENT
of HARK ZOILA will bo rcpon.
plblo for debts ouitiaelcd without tlieir
order. .1. T. WA'l ERHOUSE,
rpilE ANNUAL MEETINO OF THE
X Stockliol(Jer.s of tliu Iiitcr-Ixlind
Steam Navigation Co. will bu. held
March 1st, at 10 o'clock, a. mnt their
olllce on tho I'Milauailo,
(il'.)t Set'y 1.1.8. N. Co
MONEY TO LOAN.
rpHE uiulei signed havo nionoy to loan
I. in sums of Hot le.su tliiin ono thous
and ilollais iimm satlBfantorv becurlty
i'HUHSTON A. KINNEY,
fiO Foil Street, Honolulu.
VXJ ANTED.-A FUltNISHED IIOOM
VV Inn private family, within a few
minutes' walk of thn Post Olllce. Ap,
ply ut lliii olllce. 05tf
SIX aOOI) l)Ui:.SSMAKEIlS wanted
nt Olui", .1. I'l lrnl's DiOinuiuUlnj;
KblahlUhmcnt. None hut good hunns
need to npply. 1 tf
RYAN'S JIOAT BUILDING
8H;OP, lU'nr of Lucas' Mill.
BLACK CLOTH SUITS!
BLACK SILK HATS,
Black arid White Gloves, Ties, Etc.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of tua above-named Goods, ef the
1JKST QUALITY nt
Coruci ol ITorL iSs IciM'limtl Slw., Honolulu.
Uoriior of Fort anil Merchant Street, llonoluln.
Black Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc.
TrVliito Tie, TVliito Hats, JLto.
- Our BLACK CLOTH
Eastern Finish, and marked
Fred'ricksburg Brewing Co.
ri O X
SAN JOSE, CAL.
The Lager liter of
i i Was Awarded
At the Expositions
20 Cm HONOLULU, AGENTS.
ioneer Steam Candy Fact Y
And Cake Bakery.
Keens always on hand tlio largest stock and greatest variety of Horae
Madc, Fresh and only Pure Candies and Cakes.
Lowest Prices, Full Weight, and Pure Goods at Wholesale and Retail.
F. HORN, , - - - - Proprietor
And Only Practical Confectioner and Ornamontcr in this Kingdom.
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Not a specialty exactly, but arc made now as before, of superior quality
and richness of ilavor nnd OUNAMENTEl) IN AN AUTISTIC STYIJE
which defies imitation and fully sustains a twenty-three years1 reputation,
not yet excelled in Honolulu,
Amorican, Froncli, Italian, English and Gorman FaatriM
Made to Order at Short Notice
lireml Delivered Kvery Duy to nil ynrta of the Jity., o.a
Steam Made Ice Cream
At S:l.Q( f.ov one, and Sfi.OO for two Gallons. Mado from rich Egg
Custard. It is made from Woodlawu Dniry Cream; "iinraulced to be
made without Starch or Gclutino, and acknowledged to bo the Richest,
Purest and Cheapest Ice Crenm In Honolulu.
Special Arrangements made for Large Orders.
Satisfaction guaranteed by
Factory, Storo and Ico Cronm Parlor; No. 71 Hotel Street
Betwoon Fort & Nuuanu. Both Telephones No T4. 99,
SUITS are of excellent quality,
at the LOWEST figures in the
ECAN & CO.
tin above Brewery
the First Prizes
of 1183 nnd 1E80