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FRIDAY, FEB. 25, 1887.
Wh bark ,J A llowland from San
Bgtnc W O Irwin from San Francisco
Htmr v u nan irom iiawau mm
Stmr 0 K IJMiop from Kanal
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Uktne V II Dtmoud fur San Fiuucfeco
For San Francisco, per liktiu- Geo O
Perkins, Feb. 25th Mr unit Mh 1'L
Clarke, MNs Agnes Ol.iike, awl A AN'
carco'eshiom islahd ports.
Stmr 0 It JJUbop :t,000 bags nilgai1
ThobaikonthiaGeo 0 Peikliis sailed
'for Snn Iranclseo this foienoon, taking
l'J.039 bags of sugar, weighing l,l"0,4;si
lbs, mid valued at 9l,t58.Sn.
Tho brig .lolm I) Spreekcls anlved
Feb Dili about two ship-lengths ahead
of the barkentlno Amelia, both vescto
having made the pasago from Hono
lulu In IB days. The brig, thu master
of which hC S Fiel?, left Honolulu at
1 :H0 l M on January 23th, and tho
Amelia, Captain N'ewhall, left nt 2:80
of tho same day. The .Toliu D Spicckcis
had rough weather until within 150
miles of h!s coast. Tho Amelia ex
perienced moderate and ficsh breee",
varying from east to eat northeast for
tho past seven days, after which heavy
noitherly w bids set in. Tho latter ves
sel fcpoke tho steamer W G Hall on the
first day out. The captain of tho steamer
stated that the volcano of Milium Lou
was in a state of violent emption. S.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Ilk C O Whitmoic, Thompson
Bk Lady Lampson, Marston
Bk Zolla, McKay
Bk Martha Fisher,
BktnoW II Dlinoud, Swift
Ger bk 0 R Bishop, Woltcrs
Bktuo Kllkitat, Cutler
Bgtue W G Irwin, McCiilloeh
Ani'h bk Lancer, fiomXowBcd-
fold, duo Feb 10-2S
Am rvh bk Reindeer, fiom San Fran
cisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Helen Mars, fiom San
Francisco, duo eb 10-28
Am wh bk Wandeiei1, from San Fran
cisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Francis Palmer, from S.m
Francisco, due Feb 10-2S
Am wh bk Flcetwiug, fiom San Fran
cisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk William Baylllcs, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mary and Susan, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mars, fiom San Francisco,
due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Amliew Hicks, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am missionary steam bktne Morning
Star, II F Turner, from tho South Sea
Islands, duo Feb 20-23
K M S S Mariposa (Am), Hay wind,
from San Francisco, en route to tho Co
lonics, duo Feb 10
l'MSS City of Itto do Janeiro, W B
Cobb, from San' Fiancisco, en louto to
Yokohama and Hongkong, due March
Am bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, duo here Deo 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bark Tltnour, Brewer, ailed from
Boston, Deo 17, duo May 1-20.
Am wb bark Hunter, Geo V Jenk,
frqin tho Lino Islands, due March 10-15.
Am baik Kllkitat, It D Cutler, fiom
Toit Towusund, W T, duo Fcbiuary
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
Haw 6chr General Selgel, from Fiench
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-110.
NorbaikPC Puter-cn, fiom New
castle, N S W, due Fcbiuary 1-20.
Am bk Ceylon, K Calhoun, fiom San
Francisco, due Feb 18-20
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mb. .T. 12. Wiseman wont on to
Australia last evening per S. S. Muri-
Tim steamers Kinau, Likeliko, Mo"
kolii and Surprise ui o expected hero
fioL. Geo. W. Macfarlanc wns in
London wlicn tho Jrarji6sa left San
A heavy storm visited Kcalia,
Kauai, last Tuesday night and lasted
Until Weilnesdny noon,
' Mb. J. Scabury, residing on Liliha
Btrcet, lias 115 head of cattlo for sale
Will soil singly or in lots.
Keama. mill suspended operations
for a fow days this week, to mako
BOin.0 jepalrB to tho boi(or.
A bplenhiu collection of Hawaiian
views, painted 'by a San Francisco
aitist, may bo been at William's
At tho International Tiact and
Mis'sioniiry lectuio loom, "thu ihst
two aiigel messages," will bo tho
tjienio of this oyoiijiig's discourbo.
Tin: tlirep K's, Kaniika, luikina
and Kini, generally known as
Smith, Thuiston & Kinney, havo
entered thoir now ofllco tuljoiniug
Dr. MoKibbin's oflico.
pxo )jay inaip an ono brown
iors'e, tlo foinicr'brolvun to harness
ijnd tio latter to harness and sad
dle, will bo bold nt noon to-morrow,
liy Rfossrs. E, 1 jdaiis & Co., nt
their salesroom, Queen sheetl
OAr'fAW Backus has bold ono half
of his interest in tho barkentino
Wary WinUeJnmn to Captain Wake,
at ono time mator of tho steamer (J,
E. Bishop, afterwaids enptajn of tho
steamer Jus. Makee, and laloly master
of tho lost brig Selinti.
Tim Custom IIouso clerks wore
busily engaged this morning in
ounung out, iauoling and istuinpmg
hd oilj'uni U ciimo hy tho Onejio
ho other day. About 1.000 tins
were handled, preparatory to being
placed iu tho maikot by Mr. Chun
Tiik stPnmor W, G. Hall, on hor
way to Honolulu from Hawaii, will
take in sugar al Lnluiinn this trip
and will bo detained n few hours
beyond her usual time. Sho will
nnivo hero about ! o'clock.
Theke will bo music for skating nt
tin' link to-night, and if (lie ladies,
who aio fond of skating wish to ic
tain Fiidjy evenings for their special
enjoyment, they had bettor turn out
in good foico this evening,
Mit. F. L. Clarke, accompanied by
hia wife and daughter, loft for San
Fiancisco by tho Geo. C. Perkins to
day. Mr. Olaiko goes on n mission
connected with tho Palace. The
King was on tho wharf to say fare
well. Tun Goo. C. Perkins left without
her papers this morning. Mr. Frank
Mclutyio got ono of thu shoio boats,
pulled out, spoko, tho tug which was
coming iu, and in tho course of half
an hour tho papers weio aboard the
J. II. Brown & Co. have added to
their "To Let," a fivo-roomed cottage
on about two acres of land, up
Nutianu Valley, and a ilve-roomcd
cottage on Nutianu Avenue. They
offer for sale or lease tho "Nuuanu
It continues to bo rumored and
generally belioxcd that the Legis
iattuo will shoitly bu called together.
notwithstanding that an inquiry has
been aiibwered by n denial. Tho
piiinaiy object is probably to do
boino doetoiing to tho loan bill.
Fou advertising generally, and
"houses to let" in particular, the
Bum.eti.v cannot bo equaled. Several
piemises advertised tho early part of
this week were at once sought for,
and a tenancy secured for each. Tho
"House to lot" column is a valuable
ono to piopoity owners.
ARRIVALS AT THE
It. P. Cornwall, New York;
A. Acton, San Francisco.
THE SUGAR MARKET.
The latest quotations of tho Sugar
Maiket aro: New York, Feb. 17th,
Cuba Centrifugals, 00 per cent, 5 H-I0
cents advance 1-10; San Fiancisco,
Manila, 01 per cent, 4.51 cents no
change; London, Geiinan Beet, 88
per cent, 10s. Oil. decline 3d.
STEAM LAUNDRY WORK.
Yesterday 2500 pieces of washing,
comprising table linen, etc., wero
taken from the S. S. Mariposa two
hours after her arrival, anil were
returned on board at 5 r. jr., thor
oughly washed, mangled, and ironed.
Not bad work for Honolulu.
At tho store of M. "-Molncrny,
corner of Fort and Merchant streets,
may be seen tho finest selection of
Very Elegant Stylish Black Goods
ever shown in this city. Black
dress coats, vests and pants. Black
frock coats, vests and pants, all very
stylish. Custom mado work. Any
persons needing such goods should
call aiul inspect these and satisfy
themselves, The prices are very
modcrato for such choice goods.
Call and sec them.
THE JAPANESE ACROBATS.
Through the courtesy of Mr. W.
II. Aldiich, a representative of the
Bumxiik visited the Japanese acro
bats this morning, at the Opera
House. Several of tho actors wero
busily engaged in putting together
their paraphernalia. Tubs, ladders,
screens, fans, umbrellas, swords,
knives, balls, sticks, and a multitude
of indescribable fixtures were about
the stage. A youngster, less than
three feet high, the. largest of four
boys tlmt take part hi the perfor
mances, was tossing sticks and balls
in a wonderful manner, rolling plates
around the top of an umbrella, and
doing other odd sticks with remark
able dexterity. Tins company will,
without doubt, givo ono of tho best
shows that has ever been exhibited in
this city, and judging from the rapid
sale of seats and the tenor of street
talk, tho houso on Tuesday night
will be jammed.
"A LONG-FELT WANT" SUPPLIED.
Tho Bluo Ribbon League purposes
to endeavor to supply "a long-felt
want" by furnishing every Satur
day night an attractive freo enter
tainment. TJiy htao already tho
assurance of ready help in this laud
able endeavor from some of tho best
literary n'nd musical tacnl jn the city.
The, object in view is to, fu'rnjshfur
nil, and specially ' for ' homeless
young men, ono evening a week of
bright, clean fun, leavened with wis
dom, and mako tho whole spirit of
tho movement tend to tcniporanco
and right-living. Tho llrs.t pf theso
pntprtanmpnts' will ' hp giyen ' to
morrow (Saturday) evening n (ho .
M. C. A. JIal, at 7:3Q o'cl,p'pk. In.
addition to the singing of Uosp'cj
Hymns hy tho audicnco, tho fol
lowing programme will bo rendered j
1 Piano duct Misses M, Hopper
and Susan Young,
2 Rending Mr, T, V, Dredgo.
fl Vocal Solo Mrs, A, Cruzun.
"I Reading Ruv. II. II. Gowan.
5 Vocal Sole Mrs. J. F. Brown,
G Address Mr. i, A, OniWMi.
7 Hoprano and alto duet Mrs. J.
A. Cruzan and Mrs. J. 1 Brown.
8 Music, gut) signhig pledge
Everybody, and ''his wifp, his sis
fcr, hjs cousin mid his aunt" will bo
welcome. A special invitation is ex
tended to the Indies, and to young
men. Admission freo.
JMBawwapMMBWhwawawwaBaiifjiiinr laammftftuun itawtra
Mr. AV) O. Faulkner, Manager of
the Thonison-Houston Electric Com
pany, armed by tho Mariposa fiom
San Francicco jcsteiday. This
gentleman, in company with Mr.
Bartlett, Manager of (be Hawaiian
Hotel, called at tho Bui.Mm.v ollioo
this morning, and brielly outlined
tho intended operations of the com
pany in Honolulu. Tho King's
Palaco is to bo lighted by about Jli'iO
sixteen caudlu-powcr incandescent
lights. Tho Hawaiian Hotel will bo
similarly illuminated throughout,
including nil tho detached cottages
in tho yard. About 150 lights will bo
required for this puiposo. A now
boiler and engine of 100 liorso-power,
and of the latest kind, will como by
tho Consitelo, and shortly after being
landed will bo placed in position
within tho Palaco enclosure, and set
MAJOR CUlfcK REM0VES.
Major Chas. T. Guiick has this
day changed his base of operations.
From Campbell's block, ho has re
moved to No. US Merchant street,
the premises formerly occupied by
Messrs. Smith & Thurston. Hcio
the Major will carry on tho business
of a Notary Pubiiu, Real Kslate
Urokcr, General Business Agent,
Accountant, and many other branches
specified in his card. The Major
christens his now oillec by offering
for sale and Icaso home valuable
properties, and giving an opportu
nity to a gardener and a hostler to
secure situations. The propeitics
for sale compiiso 2 and 1 acre blocks
at Makiki, and a large lot with a
four room cottage on Liliha street.
The properly for lease is comprised
of -10 acics, 15 of which are under
cultivation, located about 2A miles
from tho center of Honolulu?
THIS DAY'S DOINGS AT THE
Dan McGregor was ftirtthcr re
manded to March 4th.
A Chinaman, for driving a licensed
hack without a license, was fined 85
and 81 costs.
Henry Williams was tried on a
charge of furious diiving. lie
pleaded not guilty. Mrs. Perry
and others testified to his having
collided witli her carriage and dam
aged it. Evidence was offered to
show that defendant was not driv
iug fitiiously or heedlessly, but
nevertheless ho was found guilty,
and fined 810 and $3.70 costs. Ap
peal noted to Intermediary Court.
A case of larceny was remanded,
as also was a case of gaming.
A SENSATION !
A Dynamiter in the Opera House,
During the evening of the 9th
instant, whilst Madame l'atti was
on tho boards enchanting a full
house at tho Opera House, a man
named Hodges took a match fiom
his pocket, struck it and attempted
to set off nn explosive bomb w inch
he held in his hand. It was sup
posed that he intended to tlnow it
into tho centre of the house and
burn up tho theatre, which, at the
time, was crowded. At the time
the explosion was heard Pattj had
just finished rendering the scene
and aria, "All fors o lui," from
"La Traviata," which formed tho
concluding number of the second
part of the programme.
The miscreant who attempted this
foul deed, burnt hiinsejf terribly
about the face, hands and neck,
also a lndy who sat next to him.
He ran away at once but was soon
in the hands of tho police, who
lodged him in gaol whero he awaits
his trial, being, at present unable
Tho lady who was injured tells
the following story:
"She said she was sitting next to
Hodges, who, ihirjng the porform
anco, had been gazing intently in
the direction of tho box occupied
by Mr. Flood and his family. Sud
denly with his right hand ho reached
into his left breast cot pock.el, and
brought ou, sqmqthiug wliich Rooked
liko u bundle of rags. At tho sqmo
time, hp turned tq ho lady and WW ;'
"I've lyipn, wntohing those Floods.
They've got lots of money, but they
aro no good." Almost nt the same
moment with his disengaged hand
ho took somo inatchcq from hi? vest
p,oc,kc,t, struck thpin, and ignited a,
fuse whjcji was hanging from the
".bundle." lip raised the bundle
witl both hands as if to throw, it
and sho instinctively threw up her
arm. At that instant she heard tho
explosion and felt that alio was
Madame l'atti prevented a panic
and restored confidence by her pre
senco of mind in vo-nppearlng on
tho stage and by singing "Homo,
Sweet Home." Sho was faiily
trombliujj w.itl s:;cituumiti, ami cJI.d
not render tho pfecq with her usual
faultless execution, but lior vpicn
ypcallcd, tie dismayed audience to
their seats and checked the inci
For tho above startling nows wo
The Ihrlincr Nachrichlcn says
it has authentic information that
General Iloulanger, French Minis
ter of "War, is prepaiing for a move
ment of troops to tho eastern fron
tier. Four battalions in Algicts
have been ordeied to France. Gen
eral Boulntiger has instructed the
Military Railway Comtnitteo to re
main iu permanent session. The
Nuchrkhten adds: Paris advices
state that owing to urgent represen
tations by his colleagues, General
Boulangcr hao postponed issuing
The 1'oU's Paris correspondent
wiites: "A deceptive calm followed
your recent articles referring to
General Boulangcr, and ho Is now
more powerful than ever, even his
former opponents turning tonard
him as tho rising sun, finding it im
possible to strugglo against the
glowing popularity of the man who
is regarded bv tho masec. Mu itm
long expected liberator. Tho whole
country is anxious for revanche, and
i8 arming with the evident belief
that the hour is coining." The
J'oul adds: "The Paris Fimro
article, signed by Schooll, imputing
tho giosscst immorality to German
women will raise a storm of indig
nant protest in Germany."
Newspapers in Paris congratulate
the Chamber of Deputies upon the
dignified silence on which it voted
on the Army credits. Such action,
they say, shows that Franco crtn bo
prudent and patriotic when neces
sary. Tho advice of the press is
generally to abstain from any com
ment likely to provoke Germany.
The liuda-l'esth urges Austria
to attack Russia before tho latter
completes its preparations on the
Tho Uiitish Cabinet held a session
of three hours' duiation February
0th. Itumois weio current that dis
sension has been do eloped among
Hi itiili troops in India aro to be
armed with lcpeating lilies and tho
Martini riiles will bo transferred to
Febritaiy 9lh. There was a con
foieneo between Pacific Mail and
Panama Itnilioad officials, but after a
short session it was adjourned, ft is
s.iid by tho piineipal holders of
Panama stock that tho compromise
is on a basis of tho amended con
tracts submitted last slimmer by tho
Pacific Mail, and only ,vaits accept
ance by l)c Lesscps, which is oxpoot
ed to lie received by cable. It is con
sidered very favorablo by tho Pacific
Mail. Tho compromise considered
is for tho Pacific Mail to givo to tho
Panama Railroad $150,000 in settle
ment of the lattei'a claim of $500,
000, and monthly payments here
after at tho ratu of $55,000 instead of
Piesident Cleveland has vetoed tho
Dependent Pension Bill.
Twonty-fivo thousand of the 75,000
piisoncrs confined in jails throughout
India have been icleased as an act of
clemency to coinnicmorato tho jubi
lee of Queen Victoria. In seleotlng
the prisoneis to bo Vd'cr.itcd especial
pains hayo been taken to show cle
mency to females. All pcrtons im
prisoned for debt throughout India,
wlioio tho debt is under 100 rupees,
weio to bo liberated February 10th,
also in commemoration of the jubilee,
In theso cases the government will
pay the debts.
A Baltimore bank cloik has dis
appeared leaving a shortage of $80,
000. llo adopted tho ingenious de
vice of foiging n6tcs to deceive tho
bank examiner, destioylng them
soon after in order to remove any
evidence against him. His when
abouts aro not known, but tho Alta
thought it is pietty safe to say that
ho has gono to the defaulter's para
dise across tho northern bolder.
CHAS. T. GULIGK. NOTARY
PUBLIC. Bntcjid iitionthm glun
to writing'iip books and collecting oc.
counts and mils.
Einploymunt Agency All order for
plantation Inborois, liou'uhnld eivantP,
etc, will receive pimnpt attention from
Mr. F. Marcos, who has hal long cxpi.
rlenco in tlI line of buslnijs. (is
S PERRY'S NoTl F-amllv Flour is
ollortd for sale by QONSALYKS &
CO., (neui Street, 01
"riEWQ ofthtt Luva Flow of lf-87.
1 1 1 oin Negatives made on tho second
day of the eruption, fliowing tho col.
uuin'of lax a nt tho touico crater, inn v
lio seen nt ihn Photograph Rooms pi J.
GONSAIVB3, 1SW Fort &. fo
WE HAVE jutl K'oeWcd pur Aus.
' trulhi'u new hit "f Aitisis' Mu
tciVi), Ehany AYmc, Urafkeu, Cabinet
Frames, Itiutio Frames, etu, And wo
aro better prepared than ever to mnko
Cornices anil Picture Frames, having
tho largest and host Ri-loclcd block of
Mould ingr. in thu Kingdom. Kino
Dnos, A.tT fcioiti;. al
Du. Fm.nt'h lIiiAnr Ri:.mj:uv is a
Specific for nil forms of Heait Bis
easo and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaou. Doeriptivo book
with every bottlo. Benson Smith &
Co,, Aleuts. U51
Patiionizi: Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J, W. Ilingloy, Oigr
Manufacturer, at tho t'ry;jta Bodn
Yo!:s, w'hoio io is piopaicd, to fill all
oidofs iit'tlni lowest pummMo whole
sale prices.' Island oidora solicited
and pioniptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is jobpeotfully invited to
tho fact "no liceuso it, icquired" to
sell theso cigars. Do not forgot tho
nanio J, W. Ilingloy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel hticet,
aro Indebted to Mi. Faulkner, who
was in tho Opera House, at tho
time, and who is now stnying at tiio
nnTTAflT.i rrr -r :,,
COTTAGE TO LET.
AT A VHUY ItK.VSONAIir.n
Charge, that neat rolt.gr uu
Ihn tit. line, ri-wmitlt. ........). .1
by .Mr. Poicock, if 1'icctli & IVacook,
niid afterwaids by Mr. Ithdmi, Tho
coitigo contains bcvonil room?, o nice
yard, stable and eairlage huti. tor
paillruhirs nnnly on Iho priniWci or lo
Al. It. COLBL'KN, at Onhu P !m otf
rpilK well known Md Corner
J. Protiiixcs. Apply at the JJKA
VEU tiALOON 7 if
PI.VAMAV'I' 1'lPOV'li Ttnntt
llliWlv flltllUllcil. nl 10-. Vm.......
jivcinie, oy i ue wci'K or lllnntll.
co-Jw mus. w. c. yr.BDHAM.
For Sale or fjoasc.
: r ... .... ..... ..inii.ijM
rilllOB PM'.MISKS StTUATl D ON
J. lutiiihouSliiut calltd "lianaullo.
Ida," the piopeity of C. II. .lutlil, nro for
sulo or for Icafe tor a tiriu of jeais.
Forparllculnis Inqtiirr of
tt ALKX. .1. OAUTWIIIOIIT.
Honolulu, Doc. 13, INsO.
FOR LEASE OR SALE.
rpm: liousK and Lor at aval
JL Klkl, at present oeoupied by O. D.
Frectli. Apply at ofllco of
FlttLTlI & l'KACO'OIC,
12 If aj Nuuanu stiect.
For Sale or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on Lunnlllo street.
At pru-cut (.ccnpleil by P. Opfci.
gelt, L--q It coiitubn parlor, dining
loom ami i' bedrooms, bath, p.mtty and
kitchen. A large yaul with oulliulld
iiigs for horse-, carriage and srivutit?.
17tf Apply to 1I.J. AGNKW.
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
qHK HOUSE AND LOT. delightfully
X located, now occupied as a private
residence by .T. U. Castle. For full
pnrtlctilnr, rniulre of thu owner at
OASTLK & COUKK'S. fi8 2w
TO LET or FOR SALE.
A SMALL 1JHICK COTTAGE TO
lit or for sale, nt Leleo, but would
prefer to sell on casv leim-. Apply to
T. W. HAWlilNtJ,
At the Hawaiian Soap Woilw, Leleo,
Kingsiieet. r!) 2v
TO LET OR LEASE.
HAT HUILDING FOUMEIIT.V
oeeuniril liv Wnni' r.crvi.rr no l.lo
i c.-iiiuiire iu ivnpiiuinii, near uie uolorin.
ntorv Hshool, rontainlng 7 moms, in
cluding lulnr, Jhdroom, Dining rooni
and klti hen, is o olliroil for lent or
lcaso at a limit lviibunnMu late. For in
formation enqulto at William It. Ciutlc's
law olllce, or ol Ah In, cornir of Jlerc
tanla and Xiiunnu fltiecU. 0J :iw
THE UNLXPIKUD LLASC OF
those nrenilses sltunttd In Nuuanu
Valley, known as Grovo Cottage, form,
eily occupied by J. H. Paly, nud recent.
Iv ,by tiio iimlcrslKncil, as a icsidcnce.
The lease expires lice. 1, 1888.
Apply to UUUOK OAltTWIUGHT.
r"t !'w No. !1 Kmihiiiuami St.
...,., '. i- Ji n -"""(- '"
TIIK HESIDENOE AND
Pasture L'uiiIh nt Piiuoa Vnl
1'JV. nucunloil liv 'ifrB T.nmr.
Apply on the premises. COif
ONE BLACK SADDLE HOUSE.
Girirantoid Sound) stylish lonk.
ing animal. Price SlfiU. Eniiilre al
this olllce. Oilw
ONE TRAM CAU AND COO FRET
of T Hulls, six pounds to the foot,
Willi bolt' and fish-plates complete.
Suitablo for Warehouse or Plantation,
Apply to If OLLISTER & CO.
ONE FAMILY COW, In'f Jersey,
young and n good milker. Im
ported Irom California Inqulmof
J. II. SOl'EH,
FOR SALE !
ONE L AltOE r Or. corner Pensncohi
mill Lunnlllo Sts, which can bn
dividfd into two or more building lots.
Enquire of O. WEST,
01 Of West, Dow A-. Co.
- i f ji . 1 1 i . - .,.. ...,i..,i ,
LOST OR STOLEN.
A CARRIAGE LAP RODE AND
Cushion, A reward will ho paid
any ono lelurning the article or giving
such information as nill U,iul to their
recovery. Call at .J. I. Dowsctl's pllloo,
00 Queen Stiect. fiJUw
''piIE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
X StoeUhnhleis of thu People's Ice &
JtcfriguMiiug Co., will bu held Miueli
'st, at 11 o'clock shnrp, tittheCoinp.
W. E, VOSTKlt,
CBttl Hce'y P. I. & Rof. Co.
rpiU ANNUAL MEE'l ING OF THE
JL Strckhoh'crs of the Inli'i-Islnnd
Ktenm Xavlgatlou (i. will ho laid
Match 1st, at 10 o'clock, a. in. at their
olllce on tiio Esplanade.
01 l!it Scc'y 1. 1. S. N. Co.
MONEY TO LOAN.
rpilE undot signed have inouoy in loan
jl in sums or not less tiiau ono iiious
and dollars upon satisfactory sceurliy.
SMITH, THURSTON K'INNET,
02tf 00 Fort Street, Honolulu.
XJ ANTED.,- A FURNISHED ROOM
V 'In u nrlvato family. within a few
f inlnutPH' walk of the Post Ofllce. Ap.
ply nt this olllce. UTitf
QIX GOOD DRESSMAKERS wanted
O nt Chas, J. Fldiel's Dressmaking
EbbiblUhmrut. None but gcod hanils
ueid to npply. l tf
YAN'fl BOAT BUILDING
OHOP. Itear of J.ucas' Mill.
BLACK CLOTH SUITS!
BLACK SILK HATS,
Black and White Gloves, Ties, Etc.
A FULL ASSOimiEJJT of the above-named Goods, of the
HKST QUALITY at
IMC. OOJDJS E ICS'S,
Cornur i Xort !C Im-;Iuiii6 H1h.( Ilonolitlu.
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
& G65 Foil Street, Honolulu.
During- my ubsuncu from this Kingdom my Entire Stock of
Dry and Fancy Goods
lists boon reduced 10 per cent, less than cost, in order to
make room for new importations. Great Bargains are
offered. 59 S. EHRLICH.
Comer i Fort and Merchant Mtrcci, Honolulu.
Black Gloih Suits,
TVJiit Tie, "White I-Xsxtis, lite.
S6T Our BLACK CLOTH
Eastern Finish, and marked
Bargains al Egasi
(Mug and Gents' Fnmislg Goois
From the Temple of Fashion at greatly reduced rate, we now oiler them to our
numerous patious at prices which do y competition.
Those goods ato first cla3s iu every lespccl and coniist of all grades and qnil
Clotliii, Suitable for is Kiel anil Poor alike.
In offeriliiic them t our r.ufitonws v.'o would movt respce'fully draw their at
tention to the fact tlmt vc are giving them the bcHcIU of our ehea'p birg.iiu ami
invito the public in general to givo us u cull and examine these goods betoro pur
ehaslng ultchcre. O ir iibiidl line of
HATS, GAPS, SHOES AND BURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to
SAN JOSE, CAL.
The Lager liter of
At the ENposltlous
5 20 0m HONOLULU.
lMI'ORTUH AND D1CALKU IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fino Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Stroots, Honolulu.. Campbill's Block.
ISLANDiTRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Gloves, Ties, Etc,
SUITS arc of excellent quality,
nt the LOWEST figures in the
EQAN A CO.
the uutire Stock of
ucud especial comment.
the above Brewery
the First Prizes
of 1685 find HSO