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TIIUIISDAY, FEB. 21, 1887.
S S Mariposa from San Fianclieo
Schr Kauikcaoull fiom Koluila
Belli' Litlm (or Kohnlalclc
Stmr Kllahea Hon for Htumilum
llktno Geo 0 Pet kins for San Francisco
Hchr Mnna for Houotnii
a S Mtulpoea for the Colonics at U m
From Jfati Francisco, per S S Jlarlpo
sa, Feb. L'lth Coniinandcr DIokoieoii
wife, son, niul nialJ. .Ml9 51 O'Connor,
Chun Luiur, Col 'A S Spattldlng wife,
and 5 children, Miss A M Pails, V A
Townsciiil, G V Carey, G D Frccth, 0
A Chaiiln, .1 Iltibcnsteln, Mrs F Ban
ning, Cant Xf J Shockley, P Lewis ifc,
ami 2 children, Jiiss Haipcr, t P Corn
wall, Jfll Mcrw In, J A Buck, II Mor
rison, W O Falkner, II B Atkins, 1) P
Smith, K lloran, Miss K G Hhcrcr, 0 E
Williams, dipt .Fin Hamilton, J E
"Wiseman, Mrs E II Burrell and 2 ehlld
len, mid 28 steerage.
III! Ll !!!
The bktno Jf . S. ( natlo left Port
Townscnd a few hours ahead of the
Ivllkltat. , ,
The bktno Kllkllat which arrived yes
teiday had splendid weather from Capo
Flattery to Mol kal When near Molo
kal tho w Ind shifted to the south and
the vessel was four day beating to Ho
nolulu. Tho bgtne W. G. Irwin sailed from
San I'niiielsco for this port, on Feb. 8th.
The batno Consuelo arrived at San
Francisco Feb. aid, 22 days from Hono
lulu: the bktno Ella on Feb. 5th, 27
days from thlsport; tho bktno Mary
Wiiikclman on Feb. Oth, 27 days; the
bktuo Wrestler on Feb. 8th, 21 day?,
and the W. S. Bowne on Fel. 10th, 17
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Bk C O Whltmore, Thompson
Bk Lady Lanipson, Marston
Bk Zolla, McKay
iktno Geo C Perkins, Ackciman
Ger bk 3 It Bishop, Wolters
Bktno KUkltat, Cutler
Am wh bk Lancer, from Xew Bed
ford, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Itelndecr, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Helen Mars, fiom San
Francisco, due r eb 10-28
Ain wh bk Wanderer, from San Fran
cisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Francis Palmer, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Flectwlng, from San Fran
cisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk William Bayllles, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mary and Susan, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mars, fioin San Francisco,
duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Andrew Hicks, fiom Sun
Francisco, due Kcb 10-28
Am missionary btcani bktuo Morning
Star, II F Turner, from tho South Soa
' Islands, duo Feb 20-28
It M S S Mariposa (Am), Hay ward,
from San Frauclsco, en louto to tho Co
lonics, duo Feb 11)
P M S S City of JUo do Janeiro, W B
Cobb, from SanlFianclsco, cnioiitu to
Yokohama and Hongkong, duo March
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, duo here Deo lfith, to
Castlo & Cooke.
Am bark Tltnonr, Bicucr, sailed from
Boston, Dec 17, duo May 1-20.
Amwhb.uk Hunter, Geo W Jenk,
from the Line Islands, duo March 10-151.
" Am baik Kllkltat, It 1) Cutler, from
Port Townscnd, W T, duo February
qer bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
Haw Bohr General Selgcl, from French
Frigate Shoals, duo Nov 20-30.
Haw bark Thos K Foster, F W Itugg,
from Victoria, B C, due December
Nor bark P O Patcrscn, from lev
castle, N. S W, duo February 1-20.
GROSSMAN In San Francisco, Feb.
fith, Eva. beloved wife of Marks Gross
man and mother of Morris M. Jacob,
Aaron and Mr. M. Grossman of Hono
lulu, age 01 years.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tiift Ifonolulu Killotj will drill this
Fok a first class Manila cigar, try
tljo Central Cigar Stand,
Mn. C. J. Fisliel lias reduced tho
price pf blapk' clatiing.
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Quit tlmnks nro duo to Purser
firowslor for newspaper favors.
Mb. D. P. Smith, who arrived by
tho S. S. Mariposa, brought with him
a comploto clcctrio outfit for tho
It was communicated to us this
afternoon by tolophono, that n gen
tjoman. wljo enmo down by Uo AJari
poun, Baw tho bftrk Thos. It. Foster
go down at bca.
Col. Z. S. Spaulding who canio
homo by tho stcamor this morning
brought ft blooded maro for breeding.
purposcH. Tho Colonel liim also
brought sovoral coloied servants.
. . .
Thk harkontino Geo. O. Porkins
will tail to-morrow morning at 11
o'clock, elio having been detained on
Account of yesterday's rain delaying
joiujing operation, . ! . '
JjKWis J. Lovoy'wl'lj ltojil his legu
lar pasJi pale to-morrow at 10 A. m.
hi addition, to grooorles, dry goods,
ntc, will ho offered two hio Pianos,
fciddlu pony, singly uml double Jinr
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"JIavo you eomo back to slay
Joe?" was tho question put to Mr,
Visoman on his ariival hero this
morning, Why, of course I havo, ho
replied, "And your wife? sho'll bo
hero in April, And tho circus?; heio
i li April or May."
Mf.mhtis, TllMiop & Co, received
sf 25,000 in gold by tho Mariposa this
Tiik steamer Waialcalo lakes tho
I.uhaiua, Maalaca, anil llamakua
mails this evening!'
Mixsup. Ilollister tfcCo. nroolTcring
for miIo one tram car nndlwoliiindrcd
feet of rail-, uitalle for a waichoiiso
or plantation use.
Tiik Chilian Corvette Pilcomnyo
airied al San Francisco from Hono
lulu on Fob. Uth, after a rather rough
passage of 27 days.
Tin: uvidenco mid argument of
counsel in tho Swift-Gnrstins case
have been heard, and judgment ren
dered in due course.
Mn. W. O. Faulkner, of Boston,
came by the steamer this morning to
put tho electric lights in tho Palaco
and in tho Hawaiian Hotel.
Mil. M. Goldberg, Campbell's
block, at tho comer of Fort and Mer
chant Btrccts, is offering for sale a
line lot of firemen's red shirts.
Mish Hatlibono, Jas. Stono, C. F.
Heed, J. M. Gough, and W. L. Baker
and wife, take passage by tho Mari
posa this evening, for tho Colonies.
A t.aiiv has been heard to remark,
that a magnificent peacock feather
cloak is being made for Her Majesty
Queen Kiipiolani, to be worn by her
dining her visit East.
At tho annual meeting of tho Ha
waiian ltamio Company, held to-dny,
officers wero appointed for tho en
suing year, as shown in an advertise
ment in this paper.
Tiik Government "Gazette" is
largely occupied with letters and
resolutions of eondolcnco to tho King
and Royal Family, on tho death of
Tin: annual mooting of tho Ha
waiian Carriage Manufactory Com
pany has been postponed until 10 a.m.
to-moiiow. It will bo held in Mr.
Chas. T. Gulick'B office
Tun S. S. Mariposa will sail for tho
Colonies at fl o'clock this ovening.
She lias 5 cabin and 4 steerage pas
sengers for Auckland, and -14 cabin
and 33 steerago passengers for Syd
Mit. William C. Wilder received n
cablo message from Hon. S. G.
Wilder, this morning, dated London,
February 11th, and stating that the
honorablo gentleman was well, and
would leave for homo to-day February
Mr. Hewitt lost no time, after re
turning, in commencing business. A
few minutes after tho Mariposa
reached tho wharf, ho was ashoro
with a supply of papers and passing
them out to customers, at his busi
ness stand in Campbell's block, Mer
Tins morning's "Herald" has a
letter rcfening to Rev. J. A. Ciu
zan's resignation, in which that
gentleman is spoken of in deservedly
complimentary terms, and tho sug
gestion made that non-church mom
beis adopt means to endeavor to se
ouro a piolongation of his stay in
Mr. C. .7. Lyons, of tho survey
olllec, reports 2.C2 inches of rain
during yesterday. 'Dr. McKibbin
report 1.88 inches at iis residence.
i in i i hiiwp
QUEEN'S HOSPITAL MEETINC.
Tho members of tho Queen's Hos
pital who met this morning agreed to
make an application to tho Minister
of tho Interior for an amendment to
their charter for tho purposo of dis
posing of real estate.
At tho store of M. Mclnerny,
corner of Fort and Merchant streets,
may be seen tho finest selection of
Very KIcgnnt Stylish Black Goods
ever shown in this city. Black
dress coats, vests and pants. Black
frock coats, ypsts anjd pnnts, a( very
stylish. ' Custom made work Any
persons needing such goods should
cajl and inspect these and satisfy
themselves, Tho prices arc Yory
moderatp for such plioigo gopis.
Call oud scp tlpm, -
THE SELINA'S CREW.
Tho U. S. Consul-Genera!, J. II.
Putnam, Esquire, in a communica
tion to a morning contemporary,
announces that "there is no occasion
for tho generous people of Honolulu
contributing for clothing or support
of American sailors. The (J. R,
GoYprnmont takes pare pf ts opcau
waifs. Tho wrecked sailors wore,
on arrival, furnished with oomfort
nblo clothing, sent to tho Club
House on King street for boarding,
and are, as rapidly as possiblo,
being shipped on other vcsspls or
sent to the Coast as passengers at
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Noble II. Mcrwin, Cleveland,
Ohio ; David Stone and wifo, I.on-
flop:- Mr. MdverisJe'pV 'Ymii'i
M.' A. Eyans 'quit wfc, If. 8, 5 If.
Morrison, San Francispoi ,T. A.
Bifck, San Francisco i V. O. Town
spnd, Sacramento; J, W. Corey,
Sacramento Mv. mt Mrs. Jolm
Plckerson, son ami nurso, New
York 5 Mian Maud O'Connor, San
Francisco ; Col. Z. S. Spalding and
family, Kauai j D. V. Smith, Hono
lulu ; W. 0. Fnulknor, Boston ; C.
A. Cliapiu. San Francisco; A,.
Markcll, Philadelphia i"0.' tV Jar
vis, Toronto,' Canada; J. N. Mc
ijvinu, Toronto, Canada.
SUPPOSED TO BE THE T, K. FOSTER,
Captain Row, formerly master of
of tho bark Lndy Bowcn, recently
condemned at San Francisco, reports
the loss of a hark supposed to bo tho
T. It. Foster. It was during tho
gnlc on Dec. 14, when Captain Row
saw a bark 2 miles from Iilm. IIo
wont below to get his Hags to signal
for assistance, and on returning to
tho deck, found that the baik had
gono down. Tho captain did not
know tlic name- of tho lost vessel,
but on reaching Honolulu and hear
ing of long absence of tho T. R.
Foster, he immediately said "Hint's
THE BARK JULIA FOARD.
The bark Julia Foard, overdue to
Wilder & Co,, with coal, has been
heard from: Sho left Meparturo
Bay, for Honolulu, on Dec. 10th, and
put into EsquimaU, on Dec. 2!)rd, to
ship crew. Hailed again on nino
day, but put back on tho following
day. Sho sprang 11 leak when 11
miles from Capo Flattery and lost a
Bet of sails. Sho went to Port Town
send, where she discharged .'187 tons
of her coal, and on Feb. fith, set sail
for San Francisco.
ARRIVAL OF THE 0. S. S. COMPANY'S
Tho mail steamer Mariposa ar
rived at the wharf this morning at
10 o'clock. Sho left San Francisco
February 18th, at 4:3 A. m. First
A days experienced moderate N.N.
W. wind; sinco moderate S.E.
wind. February 18th, 2 v. m.,
passed O. S. S. Zcalandia. Time C
days, 4 hours, 35 minutes.
Tho Mariposa was detained in
San Francisco, on account of tho
mail having been delayed on the
overland route by a snow blockade.
Sho reports "no overland lail
roads." Sho brought 41 cabin, and
28 steerage passengers.
Tho S. S. Mariposa an i veil this
morning with dates to the lGth in
stant. The following is a summary
of tho latest:
Washington, February 12. Claus
Sprcckels arrived here on Thursday
to look after tho Hawaiian Itccipro
city Treaty. This mensuro has al
ready passed tho Senate, and is now
in tho hands of King Knlakaua for
acceptance. Tho treaty wus got
through theJSenate by a bait being
thrown to that body in tho shape of
granting to this country the exclu
sive uso of Pearl Itivcr harbor,
which would require an expendi
ture of 810,000,000 to mako it all
occupiablc. It is probable that the
treaty to oxtend tho period of recip
rocity would not have passed the
Senate if this glittering but pinch
back trinket had not been thrown in.
Thcro has been no doubt hero for
some time that the whole .scheme of
tho Pearl River cession was origin
ally suggested by tho sugar ring,
and that his Majesty will gladly ac
cept it as a condition of tho exten
sion of the treaty; but tho House
must give its assent to the treaty
before it can become a law. This is
the view taken by tho leading lawyers
of tho House. Sprcckels' presence
here is taken to moan that ho wants
tho treaty indorsed by the House.
The Louisiana planters oppose the
treaty, am the Louisiana members
of tho House believe they can defeat
tho passnge of a resolution approv
ing it. Sprcckels came here by way
of New Orleans, where it is believed
that ho had some communication
with the sugar-makers.
Philadelphia, Feb. 13th. Elijah
W. Davis, Brevet Brigadier-General
of United States volunteers mid ex
President of the State Senate, died
The greatest snow storm for somo
years has been experienced in tho
Henry M. Stanley pmbarkeil nt
Suez on the steamer. Sfuvarcjq for
London, February 0 Tho Prince
of Wales 1ms goqe to Cannes.
Tho alliance between tho British
Tories and Ljboral Unionists is un
broken. Goschen was hooted by
tho Parnellitcs on resuming his seat
111 the commons. Belgium is
strengthening her defenses along tho
Tho official despatches which havo
passed between tho Itiibsian and
British Governments regarding the
Bulgarian question nrG published,
Thpy sioy tiat tho Czar approved
(if tho courso of General Kaulbnrs In
Bulgaria and declared that his ef
forts to restore tho independence of
that country would be continued.
Tho Iato Lord Iddeleslcigh (tho For
eiun Secrctarv in ronlv. snld that.
though tho itusslan Government's
Impressions of events In Bulgaria
differed widely with thoso of tho
British Government, England was
equally desirous of maintaining the
treaties relative to Bulgaria and ob
taining a pacific solution of thn
difficulty:- " 1 l
K rendu commanders nlong the
Gprrnan frontlor havo beon ordorcd
to avoid all cxcrclsos of tholr troop
likely to ho falsely Interpreted to
Further details of Fronoh and
Gorman forces on tho Alsace-Lorraine
frontiers havo been received.
The exact strength of all the princi
pal frontiorarrisons is given, TU
total Gcrma'u fprcp within what is
considered s'rikhg distance of, the
frontier, approaches 100,000 111911,
and tho French forces, similarly
situated 611 tho other side, are
slightly l)pnvior. Estimator of
French strength near tho frontlor,
published in Berlin, nro shown to
hfiyo been enormously exaggerated.
Emperor William is reported to
bo In a very weak condition.
Tho tidtr's London cablegram
saj's: Htisslnn agents in tho Bal
kan States havo been discovered by
Bulgarian authorities in the act of
organizing tho Slav population for n
simultaneous rising against tho gov
ernments of Bulgaria, Eastern Bou
mclia and Servin. The powers have
been notified of the fact and asked
to make suitable representations at
St. Petersburg and call on the Rus
sian Government to cause their
agents to desist. From tho capital
of each of the abovo States come
statements that the Russian occupa
tion of Bulgaria shortly is regarded
as inevitable. Constantinople ad
vices show tho beginning of the end
is at hand, and Russia will bo com
pelled to take decisive action very
Paris, Feb. 8th. The Chamber
of Deputies to-day passed without
debate or soruntiny tho extra bud
gets asked for by the War and Nnj
Tho French commanders along
tho German frontier havo been or
dered to avoid all exercises of their
troops likely to bo falsely interpret
ed to Germany.
Brussels, February 8th. The
Government has introduced a bill
into the Chamber of Deputies for an
extra budget of appropriations,
amounting to 49,000,000 francs, of
which 19,000,000 francs arc asked
for pressing military measures.
London, February 8th. The
Stock Exchange markets were very
flat to-day on lower quotations fiom
Berlin and rumors that Alsace-Lorraine
will bo declared in a state of
siege. Tho maikct closed rather
firmer. Amorican securities wore
flat, notwithstanding New York peo
ple were buying here. The Paris
Bourse closed flat, owing to unfavor
able rumors from Germany.
Reports received from Various di
lcctions reusscit that troops are
being concentrated in Southern
Paris, February 3rd. Tho lie
liubliijne Francaisa publishes a
dispatch from Suez which states
that in tho battle between the Abys
sinians and Italians near Massowah,
on January 2oth, tho Abyssians cap
tured all tho guns possessed by tho
Italians. It also says that of C80
Italians engaged In the fight not
more than fifty escaped. The Abys
sinians carried tho first lino of Ita
lians intrcnclunciits around Masso
wah. Other successes were achieved
by the Abyssinians tho day after
the destruction of the Italian forces,
in the field. The latest intelligence
indicates that it is doubtful whether
the Italians will bo able to hold
Massowah until tho arrival of rc-cn-forcemcuts.
Rome, February 8th. Tho Cham
ber of Deputies to-day discussed a
bill submitted by the Government
for a credit of 5,000,000 francs for
.sending re-enforcements to the -Italian
garrison at Massowah. It is
believed that tho credit will bo voted
by a largo majority.
Rome, February 8th. It is Htatcd
that tho Abysinians lost 5,000 men
in the battles in which the Italian
forces were defeated near Masso
wah, in tho Soudan, pn January
20th and 27th.
Beach has accepted Haitian's chal
lenge to row on tho Ncpears river.
Haitian will start for Australia nbout
tho end of August or tho first part
of September. IIo positively de
clines to row on the Paramatta river.
K. K. Bush, owner of the Coro
net, and Caldwell II. Cole, owner of
tho Dauntless, will meet shortly to
arrange tho details of an ocean raco
botween their keel schooners for
810,000 a side. Tho understanding
is that thp yachts will start from
handy lipok, March lutb. for ijucens
P,HA.?l.,Ti GULICK, NOTARY
J PUl)I4tl. bticcliil attention given
to writing up honto and collecting tic.
count mid rents,
ICmploynicnt Ajjcnoy All order for
plantation inhorers, houtohold ncrrants,
(Uc, will receive prompt uttenllo.t from
Mr. F. Miircno, who has had long expe.
rlcnco In this line of bushiest. Hi
S PERRY'S No. 1 Fatnllv Flour Is
ollorcd for sale by QONfMLYKS &
CO., Quctn Street, ' l
YIEWS of the Lava Flow of If 87.
fiom Negativi's innila mi tho second
iiny 01 the eruption, thawing tho col.
itiiniof laa at the eourco crater, may
Im seen 111 ih-t 1'liotoKr.tpli Rooiiih of .1.
GONHAIA K -J, 12'J Fori St. 03
WE HAVE Jt received per An?,
nulla a now lot of Aittxts' Mu
toil tin, Khony Wro, Brn"Uutt', Cabinet
Frames, Buttle Frames, etc. And we
are better prepared than over to make
Cornlcog and Picture. Frames, having
tho largest and best sileutcd stuck of
Mntililingr. In Ibu Kingdom. Kino
linos.' AitT t-TOiii;. 3
m 9 1 m .i
Da. Fmst'8 Hy'AyT Pkm'kdv is a
Spcpifia' for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and alao for l)i?cates of Kidneys
and Oiroultiaon, Descriptive book
with every bottle, Doiiboh Smith it
Co., Agents. Mil
Patkonissu Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal fjodii
Works, whero ho is prepaii'd to (ill al
orders at tho lowest posjh',o whole
Halo pricen. Island orders solicited
and proinptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no lieoneo is required" to
boll thoHO cigars. Do io.t fiUg.ot the
nttino J. W. Hingley, nor tho pltieo
OVyxtal Soda. Works, Hotel Ktreot,
' ' 01y
COTTAGE TO LET.
AT A VKKY UHAbONAnM:
if CIS yJI '
(Jl'iirci!. Mint item rciit ir,,. nn
limine, recently occupied
K. nf Krrctli iVi Peacock.
by Mr. l'oicocK,
and aftoiwutdi) by Mr. llli'Iitn. The
colt'iKO conlniiH suvehil room;, a nice
yaul, Htnblo and rarrlaga 1ioiic. hw
partlculiirrt iit0y en tho nrrmlP3 or to
Al. 11. COLllUUN, nt OnliiilMtdi (4fllf
rpiIK well known Old Corner
J. Proiiiiwen. Apply in thu ItKA
VEU SALOON 7 if
A l'LT.ASANT FUOXT 1100JI,
newly fin itMied, nt 10.T Nituaini
Avenue, by the week or mouth.
roaw Mits. v. a. nuedham.
Salo or Lease.
Tiio.sn Pitr.Misns situatfd on
luinlum Strict called "Kaiiunllo.
hla," the property of 0. II. Juild, nro for
euIo or for lease for u term of years.
For particulars Inquire of
ALEX. J. OAimVItlGIIT.
Honolulu, Dec. 10, l&hu.
FOIl SALE Oil LEASE.
WITH I MMEMTB POSSESSION,
the valuable EMatc In Nituitnu
Vnllcy, 2J ntlle-i Ironi the oily, mid tin
doubtcdly tho ino-it rlicltilc illu for a
Milk or Milk nnd Unttc'r Dilry hi this
Kingdom. Apply to .T.H.WOOD.
Fcliniiiry SI, 188". 53
FOIt LEASI2 Oil SALE.
rpHE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
X kllil, at pri"-cnloi.eupl(.d hy 0. 1).
ficcin. Apply 111 oiiice or
FJthin'H & PEACOOK,
L'J Nitiiauu street.
For Sale or to Lcaso.
A COTTAGE on Lurmlllo Street.
At preent occupied by 1'. Opfn
gilt, Eq It contain!) parlor, dining
room uml 2 bedrooms, bath, pantiy and
kllchen. Ahugo jiird with ouibnild
luiiM for horsci, carriage and servant.
17lf Apply to II. J. AQNEW.
FOR SALE Oil LEASE.
rpiIE 1IOUSU AND LOT. delightfully
X located, now occupitd 113 a priv.ito
residence by J. IJ. Cnstlc' For full
particular-', inntilru of the owner at
OASTI.E & COOKB'S. 58 2w
TO LET or FOJI SALE.
A SMALL I1KIOK COTTAUE TO
lit or for sale, at I.uko, lint would
prefer to tell on easv term-. Applv to
T. AV. HAWLINS,
At IhoIIiiwallan So.ip Work, l.eleo,
Klngsticet. 59 2w
TO LET Oil LEASE.
riMIAT BUILDING FOItMKHTAT
X occupied bv Wong Liong ns hU
rcsldcnco at Kapilama, near the Iteform.
atory School, containing 7 rooms, in.
eluding Parlor, llcdroom, Dining-room
titid kitchen, Is now offered for rent or
lease nt a mtt reasonable rate. For in
formation entpiiid at William It. Castle'R
Uw oftlcc, or of Ah In, coruir of Here
tanla nnil Nuitnnu Streets. (iJ litv
rpilE UNEXPIltED LEASH OF
X thotn iiremisi-s tiluatid In Nuunini
Valley, known im Qrovu Cottage, form
crly occupied by. I. H. Paly, and recent
ly,by the undcialgned, iih a 1 evidence.
The lease cspIkn Dec. 1, 18SS.
Apply to UltUOB OAKTWlliailT.
"1 w No. :j Kuiihiimanii SI.
TUB KHSIDKNOE AND
Pasture Limb al I'uioiVul
ly, occuuUd bv Mrs. Lonir.
Apply on tho premises. L!)tf
ONi: FAMILY COW, half .lertcy,
young and a good milker. Im
ported from California. Inquire of
J. Hi SOPKIt,
P:i 2 1 Muu'lmnt St.
rpVO DOUKLK ENDKD FUBIOHT
X HontM In rood nnkr. San Fran.
cben built; will enrry up to 0J tons.
Can Im seen atlhn Marine Hallway.
Apply to TIIEO. H. DAVIES . CO.
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHOE LOT. cornor Pcnencola
and Liiualilo Sts, which ran bo
ill villi d Into two Or uiofj buildliiK lots.
L'nriuiroof G. WEST,
Til Of West, Dow & Co.
LOST OR STOLEN.
ACAHWAGK LAP HOHK AtCD
Cushion. A rowiird will ho paid
any one iclurning the articles or giving
such information in will lead to their
recovery. Cull at J. I. Dowselt'n ofll.ee,
0!) Queen Stud. 0:1 lw
A MONTHLY DIVIDEND OF ONE
Dollar per hliaro will be pnynblo
on theiiipitnl htnek of Hip Pcnplii' Ico
& llefrlgeratlug Co ,011 WEDNESDAY,
Fobriinry 2.1ul al the C'ompany'ri olllec.
CO ill W. E. FOSTKH, Treasurer.
HfMIE ANNUAL JIEKTINO OF THE
Jk Htei-kholr'i'rs ot the Iiitei-Islind
Steniu Navlg.itlon Co. will ho hild
March 1st, tit 10 o'olook, 11. m. at their
tilllcu on tho Kftilanitde.
01121 Hec'y 1,1. 8. N. Co.
.,.. in 11 rrm 1 1 1 . . 1 1 1
MONEY TO LOAN.
fTMlE uudorslgiud havo money to loan
X in BiiniA of not Icsh than nno thous
and iliillars upon satisfactory security,
SMITH, THUHBTON & KINNEY,
02tf 00 Fort Street, Honolulu.
WANTF.D.-A FUUNISHED HOOM
In n private family, Tclthln a few
minutes' wiilu nf tho Post Olllce. Ap,
ily ut Un olllcu.
CllX OOOl) JHlErtSMAKEHS wanted
D. at flh'i", .f, l'i hiOM Drissinaning
KsfahUsHnu'iit. None Yin good hunOs
need to uunlv. I '
BLACK CLOTH SUITS!
BLACK SILK HATS,
Black and White Gloves, Ties, Etc.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of the abovs-nnmed Goods, f o
BEST QUALITY at
Corner ol ITort & Merchant tn., Ilonolmlu.
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
& CC5 Fort Street, Honolulu.
During' my absence from this Kingdom my Entire Stock of
Dry and Fancy Goods
Has been reduced 10 per cent, less thaf. cost, in order to
make room for new importations. Great Bargains aro
offered. 59 S. EHRLICH.
EGAN & CO.,
Corner ol Fort and Merchant Street, JIoHoInln.
Black Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc,
"Wliite rX7ieH, Wliite Hfits, 3Ltc.
EST Our BLACK CLOTH
Eastern Finish, ajul marked
From the Tcmplo of Fashion at cicatly reduced iate, -wo now otter them to our
numerous put ions at prices which do y competition.
. Thce goods aro llrU cIiish in every icspect uml cnnslit of all grailen anil quil.
ClotliiDi Snitalle for llic Ricli aid Poor alike.
In oirenini; them t onr customers via would most respev'ftilly draw their nt
tcntlnii to tho fact that wo ure giving them the benefit ol our clioap bargain and
invite tho public in general to give us a c ill and examine these goods before pur
chasing oIrcw here. Our imuul lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
In too well known to need especial comment. C
Fred'ricksburg Brewing Go.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
Tlie Lager Rcor
At the Kx- oiltlous
FftEETH & PEACOCK,
nn II...1 UrtMPkl III 11 AftCMTC
iMrortTr.it and dkai.i-.u in
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine FurnishinGoods, Hats and Caps,
Comer Fort & Merchant Btreeta, Honolulu, CapbelT BlMk.
SUITS nro of excellent quality,
at the LOWEST figures in the
ECAN & CO.
Epi & Co.'s
the entire Stock of
of tho aLovc Hrovrcry
the First Prizes
o( 168 mid USO
AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. ,