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WEDNESDAY, FEU. 23, 1887.
Ocr bk C It HUhop from Bremen
Hklno Kllkltat fiom l'ort Towneiid
Sclir I.ukii from Kuliultilitlu
Sclir Kmillltiii for W'nliuuio
Stmr Jus Mnkec forlvapaa, Htinamntilu,
Kllnuen, ami llnnalel at 5 p m
VESSELS LEAVIHC TO-MORROW.
.SchrLnkii for Kohalulolo
Stmr Kllauea Hon for Hiiinakua
ttktno Geo 0 lVrkln for Han FrancIco
Hclir .Mana for llonoinii
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir HiUa 1,070 bags sugar
The V. H. Dlnioud will sail for Snn
Franelco about Saturday.
Tho schooner Ltika tiue coal to Ko
The Mlknlutln got inuiy nt fi :0 last
The snlllnjr of the steamer Lchua was
deferred until this morning.
The bktno Klikltnt, Cutler master, ar
llved this moriilnir, IS days from 1'oit
Townsend, with iiO.UOO laths and (10l,
000 ft of lumber to Wilder & Co.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Ilk Sonoma, Howes
Ilk C O Wliltiuoio, Thompson
Jlk Lady Lainpson, Marston
Uk Zolla, JIcKny
Jlk Mm tha Fisher,
nktnc Geo (J Perkins, Aekcrmnn
llktnu W II Dlmond, Swift
Ger bk 0 It Bluliop, Wolteis
Bktno Kllkltat, Cutler
Am wh bk Lancer, from New Bed
ford, due Feb 10-aS
Am wh bk Itelndcer, from San 1- rati
clco, due Fob 10-'.8
Am wh bk Helen Mars, from San
Francisco, due ten 10-28
Am wh bk Wanderer, from San Fran
cisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Francis rainier, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Flcetwlng, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk William Baylltes, from San
Francleo, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mary and Susan, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mars, fiom San FraucUeo,
due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Andrew Hicks, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10-23
Am missionary steam bktno Morning
Star, II F Turner, from the South Sea
Islands, duo Feb 20-28
11 M S S Mariposa (Am), Hay ward,
from San Francisco, en route to tho Co
lonics, duo Feb 1!)
1' M S S City of Bio do Janeiro, W B
Cobb, from San (Francisco, cu route to
Yokohama nml Hongkong, due March
Am bk Ceylon, It Calhoun, from Sau
Fraucico, duo Feb 18-20
Am bktno S JT Castle, Hubbard, from
Tort Blakely, duo hero Deo 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Deo 17, due May 1-20.
Am wh bark Hunter, Geo W Jenks,
from the Llue Islands, due March 10-31.
Am bark Kllkltat, It D Cutler, from
Tort Townsend, W T, duo February
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
Haw sclir General Sclgel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
Haw bark Thos i Foster, F W Itugg,
from Victoria, 11 C, duo December
Nor bark 1 C I'atorcn, from New
castle, N S W, due Fiftruary 1-20.
German bark Hercules, Jc-s, Kchaefcr,
Co. salod from Glasgow, December
18, duo April 30.
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mn. Lewis J. Levey will hold lua
regulnr cash sale on Friday.
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A nni. and a cabinet organ for
Ilov. Mr. Iscnbcrg's church nt Lihuo,
Kauai, went by the steamer Mikaha
Tin: schooner Milo Morris, in
charged of Captain .Cooko, is sjnohorrd
in tho stream' quiotly preparing for
jier voyage to Samoa,
Foiijiai. invitations have been is
sued to societies, orders, etc., to
attend tho funeral of tho lato Princess
Lilcoliko, on Sunday next,
Tun Justices of tho Supremo Court
have appointed Mr. Goodalu Arm
strong, Clork of tho Circuit Court of
tho Third Judicial Circuit.
Tin: annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Hawaiian Carriage
Manufacturing Company, will bo
hold ut their ollico, Queen strcot, to
tniorrow, at 2 o'clock i m.
Xiir, following nio tho ofllcors of
tho Honolulu Iron Works for tho en
suing year: President, l'lico. II.
Davies; Treasurer, T. K. "Walker;
Secretary. F. M. Swan.y; Auditor,
y. L. Green.
At Mr. Lowis J. Levoy 's mortgagee's
sal'o pf lnnd 'at Palama this
morning, the following prices wore
roalised: Lot 1-42,-150, E. S.Cunha:
lot 2 $1,425, J. Bowler; lot 3-4000,
A DANor.uous looking piece of iron,
in tho shajio of a sinoko btaok joint,
on lmnid tho Kainiiloa, euvo riso to
the report tljis ii)oiiing tljix tho
vcfcspl'Wns boing mounted with Arnir
It is pleasing to learn that Mr.
Justice Fomandor is improving, and
hopes nro entertained of his boing
nblo to attend tho Banco hearing on
Friday next in tho Admiralty suit
botweon tho Pacific Navigation Com
pany, and Samuel O. Allen.
Tin: troupe of Japanoso acrobats,
comprising cloven accomplislu3d ar
tists, the 'Jcndor of whop) is Mr. p.
Quia, whiolrarrivod Vov ti. S, Gaelic,
wil) open next week mlov tho pc?
poijnl direction of Mv, Wm, AWwlgPi
in (i scries of oiitorUilninculs. Further
particulara iu to-morrow's issue.
An oinnloyor ndvoitlscs for an
pistnnt. Address, P. O, Box 851.
A ton of ground barley for salo
Apyly at Bui.uim oflle'o.
Tin: members of tho Queen's Hos
pital will meet to-morrow at tho
Chamber of Conimorco room at 11 a.
jr., to bo immediately followed by a
special meeting of Trustees.
Tin: Imikenlino Geo. C. Perkins
will sail for San Francisco lo-mor-roW.
.She has excellent cabin accom
modation for passengers. Mes&is. F.
A. Sohaofer it Co. are ugents, and to
llioni early niiplication should be
miido by persons desiring a passage.
Mi:.ii)i:i!.s of Excelsior and Har
mony Lodges, I. O. O. F., and all
visiting brethun in tho city, nro in
vited to meet at Excelsior Lodge
room, next Sunday, the 27th instant,
at 12 o'clock noon, preparatory to
attending tho funeral of the lato
At a special meeting of the first
division of the Liliuoknlani Educa
tional Society, yesterday afternoon,
tho members wero'instructed respec
ting their position at the fuuer.il
ceremonies next .Sunday. A resolu
tion, thanking Mr. Harry Auld for
engrossing favors, was adopted.
A CAituo of new goods, specially
selected for this market, has arrived
this day from Bremen, by tho bark
O. It. Bishop, to Messrs. II. Hackfeld
it Co. When landed, theso goods
will bo open for inspection by intend
ing pin chasers. In tho meantime,
particulars can bo ascertained by
application to tho consignees.
Somi: loud shouting near tho lish
markct, this afternoon, caused peo
ple to rush in that direction, to as
certain tho causo of the disturbance.
On reaching tho vicinity, it whb dis
covered that tho foundry boys were
moving a heavy pieco of iron, and
the shouting wns to keep the boys'
Captain John Uice, who hns pro
bably been praying of lato for
southerly winds so that vessels ready
for sea would have to tow" out, was
naturally disappointed this morn
ing, because neither tho bark C. It.
Bishop nor tho barkentine Klikitat
needed his tow boat. The wind being
from thu south, both vessels sailed in.
A iiu.vaway occurred on King
street this morning, iu connection
with which, tho occupant of the
buggy had a miraculous cscapo from
bovero injury. Whilo Miss Knnoa
was quietly driving along tho load, a
dog lushed out at tho horse and,
started the animal oHon a run. The
lady lost all control of her chargo,
and at last tho vehicle capsized on
tho sidowalk when sho was ejected,
but fortunately without serious ic
sults. Tho buggy was a wreck.
ARRIVAL OF THE C. R. BISHOP.
The German bark C. It. Bishop,
"Woltcrs, master, arrived this morn
ing, 120 days from Bremen, with a
general cargo. Sho brought five
families (!30 souls) of German
laborers for Lihuo plantation, Kauai.
Tho baik is anchored in the stream,
and with her new copper and clean
spars she presents a fine appear
ance. Sho is consigned to Messrs.
HacUfehl & Co.
At tho store of M. Mclncrny,
corner of Fort and Merchant streets,
may be seen tho finest selection of
Vory Elegant Stylish Black Goods
over shown in this city. Black
dress coats, vests and pants. Black
frock coats, vests and pants, all very
stylish. Custom motlo work. Any
persons needing such goods should
call and Inspect these and satisfy
themselves. The prices arc very
moderate for Mich' chpico goods.
Call mid sep tlicru,
In the Equity division of the Su
premo Court this morning, His
Honor Mr. Justice Bickerton heard
an application filed by Simon Colin,
who recently dissolved partnership
with Samuel Ehrlich in the dry
goods store known as the Temple of
Fashion, praying for tho appoint
ment of a receiver to collect the as
sets of tho lato firm, and to pay the
same into court to abido the future
disposition of the funds after hear
ing the parties as to their respective
inlc,rests,. Botlj parties consenting,
tho Couit appointed Godfrey Brown
receiver under bond of 82,000. F.
M. Hatch for tho application, P.
Neumann for Samuel Ehrlich.
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE N.0TICE8.
Tho following persons have bpen
appointed members of. thp Hawaiian
Bonn of Hpalthi S. "W. Blahplona,
Kama, lion. Junius Kaao, and M,
Princess Poomaikalani has been
appointed President of tho Hawaiian
Board of Health.
Henry F. Bcrtclmann, Esq., ltis
bepn appqintpd a Major nn tjjp stfiff
of tho Gqvprnor of Oaiu,
Manley Hopkins, Esq, has boon
appointed His Majesty's Consul at
Letters Patent of Denization bavo
been granted to Frank Blakely Mc
Stockcr. Tho troops arc ordered to parado
iu Full Dress at tho barracks of tho
King's Guards, on Sunday next, tho
27th Instant, at 12:30 o'clock, v. m.,
tm ..I , mi
Thpfttrical nialtprs are almost as
important nn clement m tho social
life of Melbourne folk as they aro In
that of tho Parisian public.
Tho trustees of the o3tato of tho
late lion. Mrs, Bcrnico l'auahl
Bishop have Just published their
first annual report in obedience to
the provisions of the will: It is as
Cash balance hi hand. ...9:10,1.11 78
Other persnnnl property In hand,
For detailed statement of the real
property of tho estate, sou Inventory
tiled January :t, 1S87, In the Clerk's
olllcc of the Siipicino Couit.
Chaulks 11. Bishop,
Samuih. SI. Damon,
('haulm SI. Hyde,
ClIAItLKS M. Cooki:,
Josiu-ii O. (jAUTr.it,
Honolulu, February 17. 1887.
TROUBLES OF THE KLIKITAT.
The barkentine Klikitat, which ar
rived this morning from PugctSound,
faired rather loughly this trip.
Shortly after leaving Port Townsend
she was driven into a small harbor,
known as Port Angles, where sho
lcniained for 10 days, during which
time she lost an anchor and some
chain in a storm.
THE MARTHA FISHER.
The British bark Martha Fisher,
now iu port, wns built in Gorton, on
the Clyde, by Alex:. Stevens & Son,
in November, 187fj. She is 197
feet from perpendicular to perpen
dicular, 31.8 beam, 18.8 hold, 811
tons net register, and 1,100 tons
burden. Sho wns built for and is
owned by Jredale & Son, Liverpool.
She has been steadily cmyloycd in
the Colonial and 'Portland, Or.,
Her crew consists of tho captain,
who has been her master for four
years, flint and second officers, seven
sailors, five apprentices, three of
whom have been on her for three
years, a steward and a cook.
The cabin of the Martha Fisher
is well fittcd-up and spacious. It
contains two state rooms, with two
berths in each, and one family state
room, with four berths. The cap
tain's room is a model of comfort.
The entire saloon is finely orna
mented with maplo and mahogany
woods, in the form of pnnncls and
blinds, and is well lighted. The
poop deck of the ship, which is
large and free, commands a clear
view of the vessel.
The Martha Fisher has never been
wrecked and was never dismasted.
Her only misfortunes have been tho
losing of a small boat on one occa
sion, and the filling on the cabin
with water on another. Her hull is
of iron and her spnr3 and decks are
When the Martha Fisher has
finished discharging here she will
sail for Portland, Or., thence home
SEVENTH DAY ADVENTISTS.
At the usual hour the service be
gan nt the hall last night. The
speaker read as his text Dnu. 8:M,
"Unto two thousand three hundred
days then shall tho sanctuaiy bo
cleansed." Tho first part having
been considered the evening before,
the latter clause formed the topic
for tho evening's discourse.
The questions which would natur
ally arise in the minds of all arc,
What is the sanctuary V of what does
its cleansing consist? and when docs
It tako place? Theso questions may
bo asked veiy clearly from the scrip
tures. The word sanctuary is found
in the Bible 14G times, and in every
place means thp dwelling pjaco of
The speaker then gavo a vivid
description of tho sanctuary of tho
Mosaic dispensation, also of the
ministration connected therewith.
This sanctuary was divided into two
apartments, called tho "Holy" and
"Most Holy" places. The minis
tration of tho High Priest was per
formed in tho Holy place during the
entire year. On tho tenth day of
the seventh month the cleansing of
the sanctuary or Atonement took
place. This consisted in the High
Priest going into the Most IJojy
placo with the bipod f the Lord's
kid, prefiguring the blood ot uiirist,
and offering it as an atonement for
the sins of Israel for tho entire
year Lev. Hi. TTiis service was
performed before the Ark, whipli
contained the Law of God tho indi
cator of sin Bora. 3 :20.
Tho subject" for tp-night is "Truo
Sanctuary am its cleansing."
AT CIIAMUCKS ur.FOHi: l'HKHTON J.
Tuesuav, February 22nd.
In probate estate of Paul Kanoa,
deceased. Hearing qf tho npplica-:
ton fipd, by Jolm Cqlbuni, ox,
ccutor under the will qf Kaliaiinnu
wai Kanoa, widow of the intestate.
His Honor gavo nn oral judgment to
tho effect that n Judge In probate
had not tho power to admeasure
dower on an application filed after
tho death of tho dowress, and tliere
foro dismissed tho application. Tho
commissonors to admeasure wcro
Messrs. J. O. Carter and Henry
Smith, but as tho application wag
dismisspd tlioy woro discharged. A.
I'etcrson for petitioner j W. A. Km
iloy for tho heirs.
Upwards of 0,000 passengers wcro
carried on the Wellington city trains
on New Year's Day.
THE MOST DEMSELY-POPULATCtJ PLAGE
IN THE WORLD.
It has been for long lime asserted
and believed that tho Island of
Barbadoes, with 100 sqitnto miles
and ti population of 17o,000, which
Is 105 1 persons to tho squaio mile,
was the most densely-inhabited por
tion of the earth's surface. From u
communication of John Worthing
ton, the Coiibtil of the United States
nt Valetta, Malta, it appears that in
thu matter of density of population
Barbadoes must yield tho palm to
Mnlta. That Island includes ninety
five square mllca of suifacc and con
tains. 112,000 inhabitant (exclusive
or the British garrison and visitors
and nou-resldcuts), which is nn
avcrngo of 15()0 to the squaro mile.
Tho city of Valctln contains a great
plethora of population, its area
being '318 of a square mile, and its
population 21,851, a population of
78,157 persons to the squaro mile.
There is one specially populous
quarter of Valetta, known as tho
Mniidetaggio, the area of which is
.001 square mile, or 25C acres,
whciein dwell 2511 persons a pro
portion of 030,000 souls to the
square mile. If we exclude one
third of tiie island which is un
suitable for cultivation, and the area
occupied by buildings, the popula
tion of Malta reaches the largo num
ber of 2000 persons to the square
SMALL THINGS ABOUT GREAT MEN.
Part of tho price which every
eminent man pays for his exalted or
prominent position is the loss of all
privacy. His habits and customs,
his preferences and aversions, nro
all publicly discussed, ami tho fol
lowing particulars show that he can
not even have a favourite dish with
out tho knowledge of tho public.
This craving for details about the
lives of great men dates back as far
as the time of Chnrlcmagne, of whom
it is said that his meals consisted
jiovcr of more than four courses,
and that his favourite dishes were
eggs and roast meat, particularly
venison, which were served on long
spits by his foresters. Luther pre
ferred Torgati beer and hock to nil
other beverages. As a young man,
Melanchthon was very fond of Bar
ley soup. Small fish, vegetables,
and all kinds of farinaceous food he
liked, but large fish and meat he
disliked, and he hated all public
meals or drinking bouts. He used
to say that it would bo 0.193' fr H'"i
to adopt Phythagorenn diet. Tor
quato Tasso was very fond of pre
served fruits and all kind of fancy
sweets. Henry IV. was often ill
from eating too many oysters or
melons. His favourite drink was
vin d'Arbois. Peter the Great liked
nothing better than Limburg cheese
( !). Charles XII., King of Sweden,
preferred a piece of bread-and-butter
to anything else. Voltaire, like
Frederick the Great and Napoleon
I., was very fond of coffee. His
favourite food was oat cakes, but
he prcfcricd oranges to any other
kind of food. Tho Dutch lady
scholar A. M. Schurman nto spiders
as a delicacy, Lossing prcfcricd
lentils, and Klopstock, who was a
real gourmand, fed on salmon,
mushrooms, pastry, and smoked
meat. Of vegetables ho liked peas
best and grapes as dessert, together
with u hottlo of good claret or hock.
Kant retained to his old ago a prefe
rence for pork, all kinds of pulse,
and stewed fruit. He devoted three
hours a day to his dinner. Sphillor
was in bis youthful days very fond
of ham. An old note book belong
ing to a Stuttgart 'restaurant con
laiqs some Items about "Meals for
Dr. Schiller in 1782," fiom which It
appears that, besides a bottle of
wine, ham was every day among the
dishes on Schiller's tabic. Matthis
son confessed a preference for peas,
beans, and pork; Lord Byron for
Chester cheese, with nlc or porter;
Pope was "greatly interested" in
venison, Jonathan Swift in turbot,
and Sir Walter Scott in roast goose.
An eight-oared crew is to bo sent
from Hobart to compcto in tho inter
colonial boat-race in Sydnoyi.11 April
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour is
oll'oml for salo by GONSALVRS &
CO., Queen Street. (SI
YIEWS of tho I.nva Flow of 1B7.
CiouiVeiilhi'H Hindi! on the second
nay of thu eruption, blowing the col.
uiun of lfia ut tho source crater, may
lie seen at I Hi! Photograph Rooms of .1.
OONSALV13S. 1!' F01 1 Si. 03
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WE HAVE Just received per Aus.
trnlln anew lot of Ailislf,' Mu
tciiuli, Klony Wnrc, BriHcuv, Catliiet
Frames, Hiiitlu Friuii's, etu. And wo
are beuer prepared than ot'er to ina'io
Cornices ond 1'ictnro Frames, liuvne
thu largest and best sileutcd stock of
Mouldings In llu Kingdom, KiN'u
Unos.' Ar,T Sioiiu. al
III ! .
llii. Flint's 1Ii:akt Hkmiidy is 11
Specillu for all forms of lleait Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidnoys
and Ciicultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle, Bonbon Smith &,
Co., Audits. 351
Pathonizu Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. llingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crybtal Soda
Woiks, whoro ho is prepaid! to fill all
orduis at the low.es!; ptvsiblo whole
Milu piicea. ' Ibland oiders solicited
and piomptly filled. Tho attention
of deiiloirt is lespcctfully invited to
tho fact "no license is requiicd" to
soil theso cigars. Do not forget tho
name J. W. llingloy, nor the place
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel htrcet.
COTTAGE TO LET.
juJjA AT A Vi:tlY UEASONAnnK
g.yug Clmige, Hint neat cottigoon
Ubiistr! the plalne. recently occupied
by Mr. Peuorl,, of Frcclh & Peacock,
ami nftciwmls by Mr. Minimi. Tlie
eolt'igo contnlim hcvoi il rooms, a 1 lee
yard, stnblo nml carriage ho ie. l'or
particular npnly on tlio prrmise nr to
M. It. CObllUHN, nt Oiihii 1'iUi'ii l-lrtif
rpiIK well known )11 Corm'i'
X J'rcnilKc.M. Apply at the 11 KA
VKlt SALOON H7 tf
, l'LKASANT I'KONT BOOM.
' newly fiuiiMuil, at, 10." Ntiuanu
Avenue, by tlui week or mouth,
fiO'Jw MltS. W. (1. XUKIHIAM.
For Salo or Lease.
THOSE IMlKMlSi:. S1TUATI D ON
1 iiiialiou Strict ealltil "Kiimiiilln.
hln," the propel ty of C. II. Juild, are for
talu or for lca?u for u term of jears.
For paitlculais Imjulro of
AlEX. .1. OAUTWIHGHT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, lbSfl.
FOR SALE OK LEASE.
WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION,
the valuable Kitatc in Niniaiiu
Valley, -ly, miles from Hie oily, and 1111.
doubiedlv Hie moil eliclbln bile for a
Milk or Milk and Hutter Dairy In this
Kingdom. Apply to J. II. WOOD.
Februarys), 1887. 03
FOR LEASTS OK SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
X klUi. at present occupied lijr O. D.
Frcctli. Apply at ollico ot
FHEET1I & PEACOCK,
12 tf 23 Xuuauu street.
For Salo or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on Luualllo Street.
At present occupied by P. Opfer.
gelt, Esq. It contains parlor, (lining
room and 2 bedrooms, bath, pantry nnil
U'telicn. A large jnrd with outbuild
ings for horses, catriage anil tseivant.
17tf Apply to II. J. AGNEW.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOT, delightfully
X located, now oeciipliil as a private
residence by J. II. Cnmle. For full
partlculaii, inntiiic of the owner at
CASTL E & CO O K E'S. CS '2 w
TO LET or FOR SALE.
A SMALL imicfC COTTAGE TO
lit or for wile, at Leleo, lint would
prcfir to sell 011 rnsv teini. Apply to
T. AS'. HAWL1XS,
At the Hawaiian Sojp Works Leleo,
KingMreet. fi!) 2w
TO LET OR LEASE.
THAT UUILDING FOKMBIILY
occupied by Wong Leong 11s his
residence at Kapalama, near Hie Heform.
atory School, containing 7 rooms, In.
eluding Parlor, Jieilioom, Dining-room
and kitchen, is now offered for rent or
lease at a mt reasonable rate. For In
formation enquire at William It. Cii'tlo's
law oll'ee, or f Ah In.coriur of Urrc.
Inula and Niiunnu Streets. 02 Sit
rpiIE UNEXPIKED LEASE
I llinun nn.mtpu ..lltiiilf .1 It. Vtiiinru
Valley, known as Grou Cottage, form,
erly occupied by .1. II. Paty, and rccent
h iby tin undersigned, n a icsidciuc.
The lease expires Dec. 1, 18riS.
Apply to JJIIUCE CAKTW11IGHT.
14 !)w No. !i Kualiuinaiiii St.
THE Ki;Sll)ENCE AND
Pabluru L.iniN al P.iun i Vtl
ly. occiinkd hv Mrs. Lonir.
Apply on tho premises. iilUf
ONE FAMILY (JOW, liiif Jersey,
young and a good milker. Im
ported from California. Inquire of
.1. H. SOPP.lt,
rpWO DOUBLE ENDED FREIGHT
X Hoats In uonil rriUr. San Fran.
oboo built ; will carry up to :i) tons.
Can bo seen iitthoMiifinu Hallway.;
Apply to TllhO. II. DAVIES S. CO.
FOR SALE !
ONE LAUGE LOT, corner Penencola
nml Luualllo Sts, w'lioli can be
divided into two or mom building lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
51 Of Went, Dow &, Co.
LOST OR STOLEN.
AOAIUUAQH LAP 11011E AND
. Cushion. A reward will bo paid
any ono icliirning iliu aiticles or giving
such information an will lend to their
recovery. Cull at J. I. Dowsett's ollleo,
CO Queen Sti eel. C:l lw
A MONTHLY DIVIDrXD OF ONE
Dollar per hbaro will bo payable
on the capital Mock of the Pcorlo'n luo
& Kcfrlgoritlng Co., on WEDNESDAY,
Feluuury ii.hd al Hie Oompuny'n olllee.
CO 8t W. K. FOSTEK, Ti easurer.
TM1E ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
X Stnekbolr'ers of the Intel-Island
Steam NavlgJitlon Co. will bo held
March 1st, at 10 o'clock, a, in. at ilielr
olllee on the EMilaundc,
J. EN A,
til 13t See'y J. 1. S. N. Co.
MONEY TO LOAN.
fiMIE undersigned Imve money to loan
X Iu suiiii of not lct-H than one thous
and dolluis upon satisfactory security.
SMITH, TIIUIISTON & KINNEY,
fill Pott Street, Honolulu.
ANTF.D.-A FURNISHED ROOM
In n private lumlly, vrllhln a few
minutes wuii; oi inn
(dy nt this olllfii
Ci IX GOOD RRKSSMAKEUK warned
O nt Clui', .1. FMioPti IJrefriinakliiK
I'stiihllMiinr-iM. Noun hut good lunula
need to apply. H U'
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lupus' Mill.
BLACK CLOTH SUITS!
BLACK SILK HATS,
Black and While Gloves, Ties, Etc.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of the above-named Goods, of Uie
REST QUALITY at
C?oijir oi ITort Sc Mci'elmut S1m., Honolulu.
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
& 0005 Fovfc Street, Honolulu.
During my absence from this Kingdom my Entire Stock of
Dry and Fancy Goods
Has been reduced 10 per cent, less than cost, in order to
make room for new importations. Great Bargains are
offered. 59 8. EHRLIOH.
Corner of Fort ami Merchant MtrectM, Ilnnoliiln.
Black Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc.
T liito Tien, Vliite Hats, ILtc.
iSr Our RLACK CLOTH
Eastern Finish, and marked
From the Tcmplo of Fashion at greatly reduced raU, we now offer them to our
numomiiH patrons at prices which du y competition.
These goods ure llrst clius lu every respect and cons-bt of nil grades and q unt
Ciliii, Suitable for the Rica and Poor ale.
Iu otTcriini? tlitin la our cnotoiueiH wo would movt respectfully draw their at
tention to the fast that wo are gWlng ihem Iho brnefltof our cheap bargain and
invite tho puliliu in jHiicral to t;ivu us n c ill and axuinlnc these goods beforo pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual line of
HATS, GAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is too well known to need cs pcclal comment. i'J
Fred riGksburg brewing lio.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
The Lager Heur
At the Ex ojUIoih
20 0.n HONOLULU, AGENTS,
IMl'OltTUU A'I DlUU:u IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Stroets, Honolult. Campbell's Blot.
SUITS arc of excellent quality,
at the LOWEST figures in the
ECA.N & OO.
Egan & Co.'s
the entire Stock of
of tho abovo Browcry
the First Prizes !
of 1685 mid 1ES0
AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED' TO.
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