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guilt) g UUtin.
SATURDAY, FEB. 2G, 1887.
Stmr .T A Cummin from Koolan
Stmr Walinunulo fiom Wnlunun
Stmr Ewa from Ewa
Stmr Kinnu from Hawaii & Maul
Schr Hcela from lluolsi
Bktne W HDlinond for Sun Fianelsco
VESSELS LEAVItiC MONDAY.
Htmr Lllsellko for Kiihulul
Stmr Mokolll for Jlolokul
Stmr (J It UMiop for Kmul
Stmr Surnrl-u for Kiiim
Stmr Wulnumalo for Wulanac
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolan
From Hawaii & Mnui, per Kinnu,
Febrnaiv 23 Major V II Cornwcll,
Gen W it DnvN, Judge Gun 13 Illuhard
Kon. Judge M Kcnloba, Judge L W P
Koncnlll, Joliu Itielmidson, J Ij Aholo,
W S Manic. G 1 Wilder. Hon JW
Kiihm, J K S Lake, l)r J Brodlc, J A
Gonsalvcs, F Y McChcney, O Fur
neaux, JIrs J Suiltliers. Mrs M Drown,
Airs W White, Mrs C 1, Wight and 2
children, Miss Atkltituii, Mis aMncey,
0 Y Alonn, W Hoblnson. K A Bclllng
bcrg, Y Alan. S Ami, X MeDcrmotr, J
M McLaughlin, II Tiirton, Jr, Miss
Alleo Shaw, Iter W It Barnes and 01
From Knnn, Kail, Maalaea nml Lalia
Inn, pel W O Hull, February 2,"i Hon
AV O Irwin and wife, Mrs, It HoaplU
Baker, Geo McLean mid wife, Hon J II
S Martin, 0 X Arnold, K Smith, II X
Grcenwcll, Mr K M Lcgros and child,
P Lee, Hon J K Xahalc, Woiiij Lcong,
Mrs J Davis. Mis"? K Shaw, Misses Ku
mulopill (2), Bev A Pall, Mr Wollng,
nnd 02 deck.
From San Francisco, per W G Inpn,
February 2."i K 0 Winston and K Hcr
For Snn Francisco, per W II Wmond,
February 20 II Tollln, J B Ikhtnsay
nnd A Moessner. f
From Knhuliil nnd way-po.-ts, per
Llkellke, February 20 K Mullcr, Hon
J W Knni, Mr Urqulmrdt, Mrs 0 Logan,
FE Churchill, F B Jagccr. A Barnes,
P N Makee, S Ylnon, Airs J W Knlun
.mid cruirtf, Mr Gcorgcson, 1 prisoner
and 77 duck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kinnu 13,111 bags of sugar, 800
tons; B10 hides and 00 packages of
Stmr WG Hall 1,281 bags of sugar, 0
bags of coffco, 100 hides, 1 horse
and 1 cow.
Stmr Llkellke 5,027 bags of sugar.
Tho whaler J A Howlnnd sails north
on n whaling voyage to-day.
The barkcutlno W II Dlmoml sailed
this noon for San Francisco with 0,940
bags of sugat, 200 bunches of bananas
and 11 barrels of molasses. Value,
The schooner Caso sails from Kaliu
lul, on Tuesday next, for Snu Francisco
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bfe Sonoma, Howes
Bk O O Whltmore, Thompson
Bk Lndy Lampson, Mnrston
Bk Zolln, McKay
Bk Martha Fisher,
Gcr bk U K Bishop, Wolters
Bktno Kllkltnt, Cutler
Bgtne Y G Irwin, McCulloch
Am wh "bk Lancer, from Xow Bed
ford, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Itoiiidccr, from Snn Frau
clsco, dun Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Helen Mars, from San
Francisco, due teb 10-28
Am wh bk Wanderer, from San Fran
cisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am vh bk Francis Palmer, from Snn
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Flectwlng, from Snn Fran
cisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk William Bnyllles, from Snn
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mnry nnd Susan, from San
Francisco, duo. Fctj iq-28.
' Am wit bk Mars, troth San Francisco,
duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Andrew Hicks, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am missionary steam bktne Morning
Star, II F Turner, from the South Sen
Islnnds, due Feb 20-23
P M S S City ot ltlo do Jnnelro, W B
Cobb, from San 'Francisco, en route to
Yokohama nnd Hongkong, duo March
Ant bktno S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Binkcly, duo hero Pec 10th, to
Castlo & Cooko,
Am baik Tlmour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Deo 17, duo May 1-20.
Am wh bark Hunter, Geo AV .Tonk,
from the Lino Islands, duo March 10-31.
Am bark Kllkitat, K D Cutler, from
Port Townsend, AV T, duo February
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
Hnw sclir General Sclgel, from French
Frlgnto Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
Xor bark P C Patcrsen, from Xow
cnstle, X S AV, duo February 1-20.
'" Am bk Ceylon, It Calhoun, from San
Franciscb, duo Feb 18-20
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A cottaor "to ot" on Ttarotnnifi
Till Eaglo IIouso is now occupied
to its full capacity.
Two cottages "to lot" in tho Chi
nese Church promises.
A situation is ofl'oretl to n respect
able English or German girl. Sco
J. E. Brown & Co.'s liuvortisomcnt.
A iir.wAHD jh offered by Mr. F. M.
Swanzy for a lost horse, a full des
cription of which will bo found in
. .t-.'V,. ,,
U'iib usunl temperance 'meeting,
Ujis evoking, in Fowler s yard, under
ilio mispices'of tlm toinperanpo com
mittee of tho Y, M. 0, A.
, . .,i
Tui!' fragrant cigars now on snlo
at the Hildor's "Contral Cigar Stand,"
aro going off liUo hot cakes. Call
and bcuuro n box bufoie it is too late,
Mibs Berry lins ronioved from lior
- rcsidonco on Punchbowl street to JTo,
43 Emma streot, whoro sho will bo
plcnsod to meet nil her scholars nnd
Tub Frcsn Publishing Corniwny
nro removing their press nnd printing
material to tho now building on tho
old Bethel Bite.
Tin: brigantino AV. O. Irwin, which
nrrived last evening front Snn Finn
cisco, (nought a deck lond of hogs for
Messrs. Burko & Winston.
Ilv npplying to Mr. King, nt the
Union Feed Co.'s ollicc, jrerfcons bo
desiiing can liiul good pasturago for
their horses at $3 per month.
Tun Blue Kibbon Lcnguo meets
this evening nt tho Y. M. C. A. Hull
ut hnlf past 7 o'clock. A general in
vitation to tho public is extended.
On tho fourth pngo will bo found
n few loininisccnccB of Mr. Bnrbour's
visit to lloiiolulu. He uppenrs to
havo got things "pretty straight."
PnoTooitAi'iiH of tho crown nnd
pinto which surmount tho colllu of
tho Into Princess, will ho on sulo nt
tho studio uaf Mr. J. J. Williams on
Tun Honolulu llilles nro requested
to ubsemble ut their nrmory in full
dress uniform, to-morrow nt 12
o'clock, to attend tho funcrul of tho
Into Princess Likclikc.
Tun stockholders of tho Kuwnilon.
Bunch Company will hold their an
nual meeting on Monday next, Feb.
28th, ut 3 o'clock i M., nt the olllco
of Messrs. Bishop it Co.
Aitou.MKNT of counsel in tho enso
of the Pncillc Navigation Co. vs. S.
C. Allen, was heard in tho Supremo
Court this morning nml continued
until Monday nt 2 :30 r. m.
Ykstkkuay, cart loads of black
sand wcro placed at intervals along
tho routo of tho funcrul, nnd this
morning the snnd was spread out,
making a soft but toilsome road.
The creditors of Albert Barnes, a
bankrupt, nro requested to provo
their debts before tho Supremo
Court, on Monday tho 28th instant,
between tho hours of ten and noon.
Tun Homy Williams referred to
in Police Court proceedings yester
day, in connection with n carriage
collision, is not tho Henry AVillinms
connected with the furniture busi
ness. Bnsinns tho real cstato announce
ment by which Major Gtilick signal
ised his removal into his new ollico
yesterday, tho event was further
marked by a "distinguished" editor
making the first call!
A i.avku of black snnd is being
plnccd'on tho hard surfneo of King
street. About as good use to make
of that material as leaving it in its
oiigiual depository, only n littlo more
An application has been filed by
Mr. A. C. Smith for a writ of habeas
corpus in behalf of Peter Hcnson, a
British subject. It will heard in the
Supremo Court nt Chambors beforo
Justice Preston on Monday next at
11 A. M.
Misfl Tuck, tho accomplished
teacher of embroidery and fancy
work, has removed from Punchbowl
street to J3 Emma street. Tho latter
is n more favorable locality for tho
conduct of Miss Tuck's business and
her pupils will no doubt appreciate
Tiik ofTiceis nnd non-commissioned
officers of the Honolulu Itiiles mo
ordered to meet dipt. Ashford at tho
Hawaiian Hotel nt 11 a. m. to-morrow.
Full dress uniform, helmets,
cross belts nnd side arms. Tho com
pany assemble at their armory at 12
o'clock noon in full dress,
Bev. J. A. Criuan writes to this
morning's "Herald," stating tho
reasons of his resignation nnd in
tended departure from tho country,
which nro, first, n desire to rotun. to
his native land, and, second, a neces
sity of change of climate for somo
members of his family.
It is said tlat tho guns are to be
placed on tho Knimilon with all possi
hlo speed; from which it might bo in
ferred that tho secret information of
the Government, respecting the ap
proaching European war, is more
definite than that acquired by tho
general public, thiough tho news
Mr. D. P. Smith, us is well knc.irn,
has tlie.mnlter of lighting tho King s
Palace and tho Hawaiian Hotel in
hand. He brought with him, on tho
Mariposa, Mr. AV. O. Faulkner, an
oxperjonced c)oatr;pian. aiul 'fonuorly
manager of tlio Thomson-Houston
Electric Company of Emirn, N. Y.,
to assist in tlio operations nbovo
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
February 20. N. II. Davis, Now
York; Alfred Do AVitt, Now York
J. It. S. Lako, Now York; Major
W. II. Cornwell, Maui ; Harry Tur
ton, Jr., Lnhnina.
ARRIVALS AT THE
Late arrivals ut tho Engle House:
Richard P. Cornwall, New York ; Pf
Acton, Snn Francisco; Norman JIal?
gtcjul and. Annto Halstead.', AYni'alua i
Charles Campbcjl, pursor C. R.
IHsliopj Voter Leo, yunahm,
JJawaii; Edward Smith, Deputy
Sheriff, Knu, Hawaii Mr. A, Ilarncv,
At tlio storo of M. Mulncrny,
corner of Fort and Morcliant streets,
may bo seen tho finest selection of
Very Elegant Stylish Black Goods
ever shown in 'tills city. Black
dress coats, vests and panjs, B(a;lc
frockj cpflts.; vepts qfqpHhta, nlf very
Special notices arc advertised for
thu nttendnnco of members of the
undermentioned societies at tho
funeral ceremonies of the lntu Prin
The Mystic Lodge No. 2, K. of
Tho Onhtt Lodge No. 1, K. of P.
Tho Excelsior Lodge I. O. O. F.
The Harmony Lodge I. O. O. F.
The Honolulu Fire Department.
Tho Geo. W. DoLong PostG.
A. It. .
The Oceanic Counsel A. L. of II.
Tho Improved order of Med Men.
Tho Honolulu Millcs.
Engine Co. No. 2.
The Hawaiian Council No. C89,
A. L. of II.
A VALUABLE SUGGESTION.
In the Planters' Monthly for tho
current month, it is suggested that
in view of tho unfortunate accident
which occurred at the Kilatica Mill
last month resulting in tho killing of
two men by the bursting of a cen
trifugal, whether a regulator or indi
cator of some kind, such as is at
tached to steam engines, may not be
provided for these machines to show
when tho limit of bafety in speed
has been reached. For instance, if
tho limit be 2,000 revolutions per
minute, an indicator showing that
that point is readied might bo at
tached to tho motivo power, when a
bell or steam whistle might warn the
operator of danger ahead, and thus
prevent the sacrifice of life which
now occasionally occurs.
BROWN & CO.'S FORTNIGHTLY
We have again to report our over
stocked labor market, no difllcully
being experienced in nt once sup
plying ordors at low rates. There
aro now in tho city dozens of good
rcaliablc men, chiefly British nnd
German, vainly seeking employ
ment. Portuguese laborers are to bo had
in any quantity, hut for some reason
our plnntation constituents in the
neighboring islands have declined to
accept this class, preferring Ger
mans and Scandinavians. There
has been some movement in girls of
this nationality, and a demand still
exists for nurses and houso servants.
The supply, however, appears to be
Chinese Servants, sinco our Inst
report have been more plentiful.
Cooks for hotels demand from $8 to
$12 per week, hut ordinnry wages
paid by families range from $5 to
$7 per week.
Engineers. A few arc enquiring
for work. Good men find no diffi
culty in obtaining lucrative eraplo--ment.
Carpenters seem to find constant
employment. White men for small
jobs demand 84, and Chinese S2
White Laborers. Thero arc still
about town a lot of men willing to
go to work at almost anything.
This class is comprised chiefly of
men who havo worked on planta
tions, to which employment they,
as a rule, are compelled to return.
Clerks and Bookkeepers. A fow
men, some of whom hayo occupied
good positions on utlic Coast" and
elsewhere, aro awaiting something
to "turn up," but A-acancics for this
class, a class that is unfortunately
becoming too numerous but rarely
occur, and, in the absence of in
fluential friends, the chnnces of ob
taining employment to their tasto,
Stable-men. A foy ltavc found
places it sflmpwliat low wnges, nnd
there aro others who would bo glad
of employment on similar terms.
28 Merchant street, 20 Feb.
' ' "
Our correspondent writes from
Hilo: No news along the coast of
any kind; tho Volcano is quiescent
and there is no flow. I send vou a
memo of the election in Wailnku for
representative: Kauiukou, 300
votes; John Michardson, fjOO; 0.
Wilcox, 9; AV. . Kcqimi, 1.
Kauiukou; was tho siccessful can
didate. The Kinai? takes the largest,
sugar froight ever carried to Hono
lulu frqm tho other islands 111.111
bags, or about 800 tons..
Mr ,Maby writes from tho Volcano
Houso undor dato o.Feb. 21st that
on clear nights, bright lights may ho
seen on both' sides of Ilalcmnumau.
Tho Thcmometer varied from -18
to 06 between Feb. 15 and 20.
The rainfall for the week ending
Feb. 20th was 2A inches.
A FLOATING TOILET CLUB.
' Tho Tonsorinl artist on board pf
tho S. S. Mariposa, Mr. O.' Ay.
Gies, has i'ssuc.d' an Hlu.mi'na.tc(1
Price List,. It js got up '(regard
lpss,"an,d proves that Mr. Gies is an
artist in more )incs than one, In fact,
that he is a nonius. Tho prlco list
opens with a full list of charges for
tonsorlal operations, from tho ple
beian operation of "shaving" to the
"dudist" fashion of hair and whis
ker dyeing. Tho charges aro at
market rates, nothing being ndded
thereto for tho delightful (V) sensa
tions caused by u rolling bhip. Tho
toilet department contains oycry
necessary, from abattjo, of bay rum
to a not pj! cherry tpoh pasty. Tho
delicto and sickly tourists can find
every restorativo known, in tho
Btylleh. Custom mnilo worlc. Any
persons needing such goods should
call and inspect these and satisfy
themselves. The prices arc very
moderate for such choice goods.
Call and see them.
medical department, from alcohol to
Cockle's Pills. Tho funilgator can
havoliis choice ot Manila, Havana
or Domestic- clgnis. The gentleman
who has left port minus his valise,
enn have his wnrdrobo replenished
in the Gent's furnishing Department.
(Very accommodating for stow
aways). Tho sweet-toothed young
lady or baby enn bo supplied with
candies for the million, while tho
young man who seeks to drive away
tho ennui nnd dull care with a game
of "draw," enn bo furnished with
poker chips ad libitum. Even hnir
pins have not been forgotten. To
note everything would fill a Sunday
Chronicle. Suffice it to say that n
trip on tho Mariposa will piovo that
sho carries everything from a
"nccdlo to an anchor." Tho typo
graphy nnd lithograph work of this
"Price List" are by Messrs. Moscn
thal and Mocscli, and it docs llicm
AN INDOMITABLE OLD EMPEROR.
Never was there an indomitable
old Emperor like this (writes the
Berlin correspondent of the Times
with reference to the Emperor
Willinm's return to ids capital).
His Majesty has nuido a railway
journey of about fifteen hours, most
of it by night, and had, therefore,
some right to look tired and worn ;
but, considering everything, his ap
pearance was surprisingly fresh. It
is known that the fatigues connected
with the recent mnniuvurcs at Stras
hurg told somewhat severely on the
Emperor's strength, nnd that his
medical attendants are growing not
only moro and more careful, but
also apprehensive. Yet, for a man
of ninety, His Majesty's physical
condition may well be called wonder
ful. Not content with braving tho
air of a raw October morning in a
good mile's open drive from the stn
tion to his palace, the Emperor was
no sooner home, than, instead of
lying down to repose himself after a
night journey by rail, lie at once
began to transact important State
business with a succession of various
high functionaries, including Count
Herbert IMstnaiek, from the Foreign
Office. On Monday week it was
exactly twenty-five years ago since
lie crowned himself King of Prussia
at Konigsberg. He was then sixty
flvo years old. Now he returns
from Strasburg to his jubilant capi
tal, soon after the twenty-fifth anni
versary of that event, accompanied
by the fervent good wishes of all his
subjects- not unmixed, however,
with their natural fears.
"Puck," in its issue of Fcbrunry
2nd, presents to tho public a car
toon entitled "British Arrogance,"
representing Cousin Jonathan in tho
act of taking off his coat, whilst his
his navy is sinking before his very
eyes. On tho opposite side of the
stream is John Bull and Canada,
between whom the following dialogue
Canada Say, Pop, Uncle Sam
is taking off his coatl
En-gland Oh, that's only to
cover up his navy, to hide its weak
ness. Nineteen prisoners, some of high
rank, were executed at Peking on
December lltli; Admiral Chang,
who commanded the Chinese fleet at
Foochow, was pardoned. The
severest earthquake for seven years
visited Yokohama on January loth
nnd caused much damage.
Boman Catholic Catiiedual.
High mass at 10 A. M. Benediction of
the blessed sacrament ut 4 :Uo v. m.
wniiumut, pastor, Sunday pi
Biiminy fcnooi nt
si, Preaching nt 10 ".()
Kawaiahao Ciiuitcu. Itcv. II. IF.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school nt 10
A. si. Preaching at 11 a. si. Young
pcoplo's meeting nt 7 :H0 r. m.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Bible
Clan In tho parlor nt :4." a. si., con
ducted by thu General Secictary. Gos
pel PraUu Service at fi :U0. Come nnd
bring a friend.
Br.TiiKL Union Conoiikoatio.v.
Bev. E. C. Oggel, pnttpr, Services at
tho Lyceum, N'mmijii avenue, ut 11
A. si. and ttiiO v. si. Stiudnv school nt
0:43 o'clock. Seamen
- i rt' -
FOKT-STIU'.K'T CllUnCtl, MOV, J. A.
Orimui, pastor, Meeting for Blblo
study at 0 1 1.A A. si. Services at 11 a. si,
and 7W r. si, In thu evening, the
theme will bo "An Industry Which
Never Pays The Sowing of AVIld
Oats." All mo Invited.
Ciiinusi; CiiUKGit. l'ort street, near
corner licrctaula. Mr. To Teng Ue,
evangelist. Chlncso Sunday School,
tHIIOA. si. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:0 i si. Preaching 11
a. si. and 7::)U i si. Blblo clas in
Chinese Y. M. O. A. Hall, :30 v. si.
St. ANimnw'H Gathkdiiat.. First
Congregation. Holy Communion, (l;8lj
a. m. Morning' prayer with sermon
nt 0:l!Q. a. st, Sunday school nt 10:15
A. si, Hawaiian evensong nt ::li0.
English evensong with address by Bev.
II, 11, Gonen, nt 0 I'. St. Subject,
Passing Through tho Vnlloy of Baca."
All seats nro uuappiopriatcd.
Second Congregation. Bev. George
Wallace, A. M., pastor. Morning
prayer with Sermon, nt 11:15 a. si.
Kvenlhg pinyer, with sermon, nt 7:110 r.
si. Sunday i-chool meets at 10 a. si.
Sent freu ut nil services.
Should lo Itelui'iioil,
I LOANED SO.AIE MONTHS SINCE,
twy lufjiu A.niuih.'mi lng-t, to parllns
tor tievovailvo piupui'i, uiry iiuvu
ueyer been returned. Ono 1(1 feet long,
tho other 12 feet long. Tho panics will
confer a great favor by leturnlng thorn
to . JNO. S. McUBEW, 3L I).,
Hotel street. Q y
CO.TTAGJ3 TO LET.
rlA AT A VEKY IUJASONABTiE
Uiinrge, Hint nenl coltjgoon
llm nmhii, recently otuunltd
by Mr. Peacock, of Fntth & PuuuhjI;,
and afterwards l.y Mr. Bl'dim. Tlio
oalt'igo conlnlus never' 1 rooms, a nice
yard, btabln and carriage home. lor
pnrlHilnrn nimly on thu iiriiiiiRc or lo
M. It. COLBUHN', nt Oahu P N. n Ifllf
npilK well known Old Corner
JL A'ruinlNtiH. Apply at the BKA
VKH SALOON Mr if
PLKASANT FBOXT BOOM,
linn It. ftiMtt.-1.i..l it , im -v
ll.J,J .III IIIIMII-II, Ub KM millUUll
Avenue, by tho week or month.
!0 2W MIIS. W. G. XKKUIIAMt
For Sale or Lease.
qiIIO.SK PUKM1SB3 SITUATED OX
X In ahouSiiii'l calkd "Kmiunilo.
hln," thu pioperty if U. II. .Ituld, mo for
nlo or for lease for a term of years.
For particulars Inquire of
AMWf. J. OAimVBiailT.
Honolulu, Dee. 10, lego.
FOK LEASE Oil SALE.
qillB HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
X kikl, nt present occupied by G. D.
Frcctli. Apply at olllue of
FUKKT1I & PEACOCK,
12 If i!3Xuuniiu Miect.
Tor Sale or to Lease.
A COTTAGE on I.unalilo Street.
At present cccuplcd by P. Ojifci
gelt, llui. It contains parlor, dining
loom ami 12 bedrooms, luih, pantry and
kitchen. A ltuge yard with outbuild
lugs for horse, cmrinjiu and tcrvnnU.
Hit Apply lo II. J. AGNBW.
FOIl SALE Oil LEASE.
TUB HOUSB AND LOT. delightfully
located, now occupied 113 a private
residence by .T. B. Castle. For full
particular.', inquire of tho owner ut
OASTL-E & COOKE'S. 58 2w
TO LET or FOJt SALE.
A SMALL liniCIC COTTAGE TO
1 t or for fnle, nt I.cleo, but would
prefer to sell ou cusv ierm. Apply to
T. AV. BAAVLIXS,
At the Hawaiian Soap AVorkn, Lelco,
King street. SO 2w
TO LET Oil LEASE.
rpiIAT UUII.DIXG FOBMEBLY
X occupied by Wong Lcong as Ids
residence at Knp.ilaina, near the Inform,
ntory School, containing 7 rooms, in
chining Parlor, Uedrnom, Dining-room
and kttrhen, u now offered for rent or
lease nt a m 'tt reasonable rale. For In
forinuilon enquire nt AVillinm B. Castlu's
law olllce, or of Ah In, corner of Here
Inula nnd Nuuunu Streets. (i'J 15w
qiHK UNEXPIRED LEASE OF
X those prciulsis situated In Xtiunnu
Valley, known as Grovo Cottnjje, form,
eily occupied by .1. U. Paly, and recent
ly by llio uuderslgncil, as it icsidtncc.
Tim lease expires Dec. 1, 18S8.
Apply to llBUCE OARTWRIGIIT.
r-l II w No. is IOjiiliuinnmi St.
THE RESIDENCE AXD
Pusturo Linds nt Pauo.i Val
lyy. occunied by Mrs. Loinr.
Apjily on tho piemlscs. i;otf
ONE BLACK SADDLE HOUSE.
Ouarantcdl Sound; stylish look,
ing uniinal. Price 91GD. Enquire nt
this olllce. tWlw
ONE Tit AM CAB AND tOO FEET
of T Hulls, six pounds to the foot,
wl'h bolts and fish-plates complete.
Suitable for AVuroliouo o.' I'laiitntiou.
Apply to IIOLLISTEU&CO.
ONE FAMILY COW, lm'f Jersey,
yonni? nnd n good milker. Im
porlul from California, Inquire of
J. II. SOl'EII,
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHGE I.OI'. corner PciiMicoln
and Luunliln Bts , which cun be
divided iuto two or more building lots.
Enquire of O. WEST,
fit Of West. Dow & Co.
TIIF, ANNUAL MEETING OF TIIK
Stoelihnldeis of thu People's Ice &
Bufrigcvitlng Co., will be held M.noh
1st, nt 11 o'clock slmrp, nt thu Comp.
AV. E. FOSTER,
raid Scc'y P. I. A; Bef. Co.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
Sleckholiieis of the Intei-Islnnd
Steam Navigation Co. will bo held
March 1st, at 10 o'clock, a. in. at tliclr
ollltu on thu Esplanade.
01 121 Stc'y I. 1. S. Nt Co.
MONEY TO LOAN,
qillE umlcrMenid liavc monoy loloau
i. In sums of not 1'vn than one tlinus.
and dollars upon satUfnctoiy (ecnriiy.
SMITH, THUHSTON & KINNEY,
02tf CU Foit Street, Honolulu.
BY A SINGLE GENTLEMAN, IN
11 quiet prlvati) family within tlio
diy proper, n rurnislicd room. Addre.fs,
sliding pnrtUiuluK, B. L., Post Olllce
BovNo. II. (i'Jlf
ANTKD.-A FUUNdKI) ItOOJl
In a nrivatii fiiuilly.iihln 11 few
nilnutuV Mill; nf tlm l'osi Olncu. ' Ap.
ply m tliu olU'u. I'Otf
QIX 0001) nitKSSMAKEHBwaniPil
k5 nt Clin, .1. Fi liui's ruf"unnMn
i;it!ilillsliiiu'iil. Nonu Imi guild lining
need to iipply. if
YAN'S BOAT BUILDINQ
OilOP, lt:ir cf Lucas'-Hlll,
HE'Jma'iMJ!M!0T'iivyfni iiiiii i
BLACK CLOTH SUITS!
BLACK SILK HATS,
Black and White Gloves, Ties, Etc.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of the above-named Goods, ef the
UliST QUALITY at
Corner ol" ITort Si Meroluuifc St., Ilonolitln.
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
& :J05 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Duping- my absence from this Kingdom my Entire Stock of
Dry and Fancy Goods
lias been reduced 10 per cent, less than cost, in order to
make room for hcav importations. Great Bargains arc
offered. 59 Q. EHRLICH.
H Corner of Fort and Merchant St reel k, Honolulu.
Black Cloth Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc.
"Wliite OTiess, TTliito Hat, ILtc.
Bar Our BLACK CLOTH SUITS are of excellent quality,
Eastern Finish, and marked at the LOWKST figures in the
EGAN 4. CO.
llavlif; bought the
Clothing: and Gems' Fraislig Goois
From the Temple of fashion nt Krcatlj wluctd rutei, wo now offer them to our
numoroua putious at prices which ilu y competition.
Tliut.0 goods uro llrst dais in ovcry icsiit-ct and contht of all grades ucd qua,
Clotbii, MaDle for tie Ricli anil Poor ale.
In otTvriinir them to our customers we would rami respectfully iliaw their iit
tcnttun to the fast that wojiro giving lliein the bmvflt ol our rlienp btrgiln and
invito thu imlilii! in rtmifal to ijivu us u uill and examino thcBB goods before pur
chasing clsimhore. Our usual line of
HATS, GAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
in too well known lo need cspeuial comment. .19
Fred'ricksburg Brewing Go. i
8AN JOSE, CAL.
Tito Lager Ikcr of the nlore Brewery
Was Awarded the First Prizes
At tho Expositions ot 1685 nnd 1SS0
20 0m HONOLULU,
IMI'OltTKK AVD DKAX.UK IM
Custom o iVIade o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishino Goods, Hats and Gaps, '
Covnor Fort & Merchant Streota, Honolulu. Cmpbll'i Blook.
ISLANDVTRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
entire Stock of
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