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TUKSDAY. MAR. 1, 1887.
Schr Kulnmanu from Hamakim
Schr Wnlehit fioin Fapallcou
Schr t'atcilna from Hniinlo)
Schr Mnnuokawnl fiom Koolmi
jchr Josephine fioin L'wn
Stinr.Tas Makec fiom Knunl
Schr Kliiiknt fioin Walaliu
Stnu" Lcluut from llatuaUia
Stmr Klnaii for windward port
Stmr W 0 Hall for Lalialnii, Mnalaca,
Kona and Kuti nt 10 a in
Ilk 0 O Whitmans for Sftn Fiiinelsco
Schr Knwnlliinl for Koolati
VESSELS I HAVING T0-M0nR0W.
JJk Lady Lampoon for San Fianeifeo
Stmr SurpilQ for Kuan
Stmr .Tames Mnkec for Kapaa, Kauai at
5 p in
Stmr U It ltlsdiop for Walaiinc, Hana-
inaiilu, Kllauca and llaiialel at 1'.'
Schr Waloll for llonomii
Schr Ehukal for Walalua
For Kahulul. per steamer Llkelike.
Februnrv L'8 Hon John W Kiihia and
wife, lion S W Knnl, O P Wilder, A S
Barnes, J II Athciton, J L Aholo, nnd
For Maul and llauall. per steamer W
G Hull, March lt-t Mr iJuok, Hon 1) H
Nahlnu, Hon J K Nahale, Kcv A Pah.
J 0 Klrkwood. Mis Thompson, V N
Makce, Mr White, JU'V Korbe, Hon J
II SMnttin, Judge lloaplll, Kahale, Mr
Daniels, J M ICatnara, Mr Kckowal, II
N Grecnwell and about 80 deck.
CARC0ESFR0M island ports.
Schr Wnlchu 7S0 bags sugar,
Schr Catciina (JlObag sugar.
Schr Kulninmiii 2,100 lings sugar.
Schr Manuokawal 201 bag rice mid 40
Stmr J as Mnkcn 2,000 bags sugar.
Sclir Ehukal 2S3 bags sugar.
Tho schooner Wiileliu which anived
ycsteidny fioin Hawaii, lost an nnchor
and eyeral fa,thoins of chain (luring the
rough weather at l'apalkou. Shu has
been uwny ft oin this port iieaily four
Tho masts of the Knlmllon nre being
Tho balk C O Whltmoie sailed this
nftei noon for San Francisco, with 20,
20!) bags sugar, and 1.C20 bags lice.
Tho steamer Iwalanl sails on Thurs
day at 8 n in for Lahalna and Hnmakiia.
The S N Castle Is discharging at the
foot of Fortstieer.
Thobaik Lady Lainpson is ready for
sen and will sail to-inoirow morning.
The sailing of tho steamer Sutpiiso
has. been postponed until to-moirow
morning, so that she can take the new
spur wheel to Kuan.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Ilk Lady Lainpson, Marstou
Ilk Zolla, McKay
Jlk Maitha Fisher, Buckln
Ger bk O R Bishop, Wolters
Bktue Kllkltat, Cutler
Bgtnc W G Irwin, McCulloch
Bk Forest Queen, Wlndiug
Bktno S N Castle, Hubbard
Am w h bk Lancer, from New Bed
ford, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Keindcer, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Helen Mars, from San
Francisco, due a eb 10-28
Am w h bk Francis Palmer, from Snn
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Fleetwlng, from Sau Fran
cisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk William Baylllcs, ft out San
Francisco, due Feb 10-2S
Am wli bk Mnry and Susan, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mars, from San Fianclsco,
due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Andrew Hicks, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am missionary btciim bktno Morning
Star, H F Turner, from the South Sea
Islands, duo Feb 20-28
P M S S City of Itlo do Janeiro, W B
Cobb, fioin Sau Francisco, en route to
Yokohama tiud Hongkong, duo March
Am bark Tlinour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Dee 17, due May 1-20.
Am wh baik Hunter, Geo AV Jenks,
from the Line Islands, diioMmch 10-31.
Ger bark Hydiu, from Hongkong, duo
Haw schr General Solgel, from Fi ench
Frigate Shoals, duo Nov 20-110. .
Am bk Oqylon, It Calhoun, from San
Fjanclsed, due Fob 18-20
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lr.wis J. Lovoy will hold his rogu
lar cash sale on Thursday.
Mn. Clins. T. Gulick publishes a
special notico to-day.
Tun British baik Zoila is adver
tised for salo or Clini tor. Seo ndvt.
A LAnun polo in ftont of tho Opeia
IIouso is tlui io to hold up a string of
A coMri:n:.s"r hobtlor can find em
ployment by applying at Major
GulioVs oniyloyincnt oHicc.
Lopor. Lo Progres do l'Oceanio,
No. 121, A. fc A. M., will meet at
7:!10 to-morrow evening. First
The newly elected officers of tho
People's lee and Kofrigeiating Cop)
pauy uio enumerated in nt udvoitifcU
, - .
Tun March number of tho"Fiiond,"
containing tho usual amount of
varied, interesting, and instinctive
matter, is out of tho pi intern' hands.
At tho International Tract and
Missionary lecture mom this even
ing, "The Sabbath of the Now Testa
ment" will bo tho subject of dis-couiso.
s Tun Victoria Restaurant, No. 37
Queen btiect, will open to-morrow
morning, Wednesday 2nd, whoio
' first-class meals' will bo served at all
iinura nnil In nil nnt.rnnn.
f.W'f .t- '-- J-r.-J-.--.
Tub pedlgioo of thnt lino young
tiotling hioil ntnllhui, A plus Cliiof, is
fully M1 foilh in u now udvoithiui
lneut. lie will sliintl the coining
KCiison nt Oodd's stables, Knpiol.tni
Tup: Jupnuceo nerobnts niako their
first n)pearnnco beforo a Honolulu
audioncu, this evening, nt tlio Ha
waiian Ope i.i House. Tickets may
be prociued in advance and teats
H'sorved ut tho Elite Iec-ereani
Tiik first Btoiitner for the "Const"
Hie City of New York will sail on
tho 5th instant, to bo followed in n
week, on the 11th, by the Alamedn.
The Hist steamer from San Frnncisco
the Australin will be duo hero on
O.V Saturday next, tho fith instant,
real estate investois will bo afforded
rare opportunities in thu two sales
udvoilisi'd in this paper for that day.
On Monday, the 7th, thu Jlofoiniatory
School taio lands on Liliha sticet
will be biought to the hummer.
At about 2 o'clock this morning,
while several native clubs were sing
ing nt the Palace, nn alarm was given
nnd the guards turned out. Amid
gient excitement and noise a drunken
soldier was euptuied in the bushes,
nnd put in tho dark room When
quiet was restored, ringing was re
sumed and was kept up until day
An extensive sale of crockery and
glassware will tnko place to-morrow
morning, commencing at 10 o'clock.
The sale will take place nt Moss
man's store, corner of Ntiuanu and
King streets, and will he conducted
by Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co.,
THIS DAY'S DOINGS AT THE
Eleven Chinamen appeared before
the Police Justice this morning to
answer a charge of gaming at a
hanking game of Paka Pio. They
were remanded to 4th instant.
A nol. pros, was entered in the
caso of Peter Ilcnson charged with
DR. GOTO'S LITERARY EFFORT.
A regular monthly medical journal
is published in the English and Jap
anese languages in Japan. It is
issued by a society of medical men,
composed of native and foreign gra
duates in medicine. The number
for December last has a long article
from thu pen of Dr. M. Goto, of
Honolulu, in which ho explains, in
a popular way, the nature of leprosy.
Tho subject is not exhausted, and
more is expected, as the words "to
be continued" occur at the close of
THE "BULLETIN" SUMMARY.
Is now issued nnd will be found to
be an interesting nnd comprehensive
number, containing the latest
Volcano news, full particulars of
the wreck of the bnrkentine Selina,
numerous editorial articles on local
topics, and a complete resume of
Honolulu and island news. To be
J. II. Sopor, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewitt, Merchant trect,
and I1ui.li:tin Ofllce.
The courtesy of Mr. C. O. Berger,
the Honolulu agent of the New
Yoik Life Insurance Company, is
acknowledged in sending to this
otllce a copy of "Remarkable ad
vances made by the leading Ameri
can Life Insurance Companies since
1873." This is a neat little pamphlet,
articles on "Tho Scope
and purpose of life insurance as per
fected in modern times, Life insur
ance in the United States, Causes of
tho rcmaikablo success of the New
York Lifo Insurance Company, Pay
ments to policy-holders and annui
tants in tho last fifteen years," and
many kindred subjects of interest
to persons who are insured or in
tend insuring. Its statistics will
prove especially instructive and
useful. No doubt, Mr. Berger will
gladly supply, gratuitously, copies
of this little pamphlet to any and
all who may so desire.
Through the columns of tho
Bumxtin, it was recently announced
tiiat a cosmoranm was then in cotirso
of preparation for public exhibition,
in tho' premises formerly known as
tho Astor House, Hotel street. Pre
parations have now advanced so far
that tho manager is in a position to
announce definitely tho timo of
opening, which is fixed for to-mor-iow
Members of the press were invited
last night lo make an inspection, and
tho representative of this paper
gladly availed himself of tho op
portunity thus offered, Tho car
penters and painters had not quite
completed tho necessary fixings for
tho comfort of visitors, but the cos-
moramic arrangements wero all in
For tho information of any of our
readers who possibly may not know,
it may bo explained that a comiio
rama is a "picturesque exhibition,
consisting of a number of drawings,
retlected by minors nnd viewed
through a convex lens, placed in
front of each mirror. Tho pictures
nro illuminated by lamps so situated
as no; to jo seen by q specfatpr.",
' Xh'ls particular cosinbramft consists
of 20 Jcnsds, placed In tho' frails qf
an oblong room, At a convenient
height for looking into, nud ut suffi
cient distances apart so that specta
tors may bo observing at all the
lenses at the same time, without
being in each other's way. Tho
plctiucs to bo scon through tlicso
lenses embraco a great variety, some
of them local, nnd are veiy clear
nnd remarkably true lo nature.
They include magnificent buildings,
historical structures, cities, natural
Tho cosmoranm does not embrace
the entire show: for in an ante-room
nro four largo revolving stereo
scopes, each containing 50 pictures,
before which tho visitor may sit at
case, in a comfortable chair, and
revolve each picture into view at
The price of admission to tho
show has been placed at twenty-five
cents, it sum which everybody can
afford even in these dull times. The
opinion thnt the exhibition is well
worth a larger fee than the one
charged is based on a personal in
spection, and is here unhesitatingly
pronounced. Moreover, the manage
ment is In hands which guarantee
everything being orderly and well
A MODERN SERMON.
The following exhibit? the method
upon which the average parson con
structs his delectable discourses:
"Brethren, the words of my text
" 'Old Mother Hubbard, she went to the
To get her poor dog a bone;
But when she got there the cupboai d
And so tlie poor dog had none.'
"These beautiful words, dear
friends, carry with them a solemn
lesson. I propose this evening to
analyse their meaning, and to at
tempt to apply it, lofty as it may be,
to our everyday life.
" 'Old Mother Hubbard, she went to tho
To get her poor dog a bone.'
"Mother Hubbard, you sec, was
old; there being no mention of
others, we may piesumo thnt she
was alone; a widow a fiicndlcss,
old, solitary widow. Yet did she
despair? Did she sit down and
weep or read a novel, or wring her
hands? Nol she xcent to the cup
board. And hero observe that she
xcent to the cupboard. She did not
hop, or skip, or inn, or jump, or
use any other peripatetic artifice;
she solely and tnctely xcent to the
"Wo have seen that she was old
and lonely, and we now further sec
that she was poor. For mark, the
words arc Hhe cupboard.'' Not 'one
of the eupbords,' or the 'right-hand
cupboard,' or the 'left-hand cup
board,' or the one above, or the one
below, or the one under the floor,
but just the cupboard the one
humble little cupboard the poor widow
possessed. And why did she go to
the cupboard? Was it to bring
forth golden goblets, or glittering
precious stones, or costlj' apparel,
or feasts, or any other attributes of
wealth? It was to (jet her poor doy
a bone ! Not only was the widow
poor, but her dog, the sole prop of
h,er age, was poor too. Wo can
imagine the scene. The poor dog
crouching In the corner, looking
wistfully at tho solitary cupboard,
nnd the widow going to tho cup
board in hope, in expectation, may
be to open it, although we arc not
distinctly told that it was not half
open or ajar to open it for that
" 'But when (-he got there the cupboard
And so the poor dog had none '
" 'When she got there!' You see,
dear brethren, what perseverance is.
You see the beauty of persistence
in doing right. She yot there.
There were no turnings and twistings,
no slipping and slidiugs, no leanings
to the right or faltering? to tiic left.
With glorious simplicity we nre told
she yot there.
"And how was her noble effort
" 'Tup. cupboard was bare!' It
was bare. There weio to bo found
neither apples nor oranges, nor
cheesecakes, nor penny buns, nor
gingerbread, nor crackers, nor nuts,
nor lucifcr matches. The cupboard
was barel There was but one, only
one solitary cupboard in the whole
of that cottage, and that one, the
sole hope of the widow and the
glorious loadstar of tho poor dog,
was bare ! Had there been n leg of
mutton, a loin of lamb, a fillet of
veal, even an ice from Gunter's, the
case w ould have been different, tho
incident would have been otherwise.
But it was bare, my brethren, bare
as a bald head, biiro as an infant
born without a caul.
"Many of you will probably say,
with all tho pride of worldly sophis
try, 'The widow, no doubt, went out
and bought a dog-biscuit.' Ah,
no ! Far removed from theso earthly
ideas, these mundane desires, pop,r
Mother Hubbard,, the widow whom
many thoughtless worldlings would
despise, in that she only owned ono
cupboard, perceived or I might
oven say saw at onco the relentless
logic of the situation, and yielded
to it witli all thu heroism of that
naturo which had enabled her with
out deviation to reach tho barren
cupboard. She did not attempt, liko
the stiff-necked scoll'ers of this
generation, to war uguinst the in
evitable; she did not tiy, like the
so-called men of science, to explain
what she did not undeistaud. Shu
did nothing. Tho poor dog had
none!" And thpn at this point our
infbhnntio'u censes. But do wo not
know sufilcieiit? "Aro we not cog
nisant of enough? '
"Who would dnro to plorco tho
veil tlitil .'hrouds the ulterior into of
old Mother llubbaid, Iter poor dog,
the cupboai d, or the bone that was
not there? Must wu imagine her
still standing at the open cupboard
door, depict to ourselves the dog
still (hooping his disappointed tail
upon thu lloor, the sought for bono
mill lomaining somewhere else? Ah,
no, my dear brethren, we are not so
permitted to attempt to rend the
future. Suffice it for us to glenn
from this beautiful story its many
lessons ; suffice it for us to apply
them, to study them as far as as in
us lies, and, bearing in mind the
natural frailty of our naluie, to
avoid being widows; the shun the
patronymic of Hubbard; to have,
if our means afford it, more than
one cupboard in the house ; and to
keep stores in them all. And, ohl
dear friends, keeping in recollection
what wc have learned this day, let
us avoid keeping dogs that me fond
of bones. But, brethren, if wo do,
if Fate has ordained that we
should do any of these things, let
U3 then go, as Mother Hubbard did,
straight, without curveting or pranc
ing, to our cupboard, empty though
it bo let us, like her, accept thu in
evitable with calm steadfastness;
and should wo, like her, ever be left
with a hungry dog and an empty
cupboard, may future chroniclers be
nblo to write also of us, in the
beautiful worlds of our text
" 'And so the poor dog had none. "'
JUSTICE BEFORE LAW.
At the annual meeting of the Illi
nois Bur Association, Leonard Swett
delivered an eloquent eulogy on the
late Judge David Davis, in tho
course of which ho told this story,
illustrating the dead man's Solomou
likc sense of fairness :
"The Judge, after his piomotion
to the United States Supreme Couit,
was holding a Circuit Court of the
United States District Judge, when
a conflict arose between two sets of
heirs, each claiming for itself an en
tire estate. The evidence tended to
siiow that a man had married a wife
in Germany, abandoned her and his
family, come to Indiana, inairicd
another woman, raised another
family, accumulated an estate of a
million of dollars and died.
"After his death the German
heirs came for the estate, and the
Indiana heirs resisted. There were
some informalities in the proof of
the first mariiage in German y,
enough to create a doubt where one
wnuts to doubt. The two Judges
were in consultation upon this case
after the trial. Judge Davis said:
'It is a pity about this case. There
is property enough for both. The
situation is not the fault of cither
party, but of tho man who is
dead. Let us make them divido
it.' The District Judge replied:
Thnt is right. You are good at
that. Suppose you engineer the
matter.' And so they went into
court and sent for the lawyers on
opposite sides. Judge Davis then
said in substance: 'This case is a
hard one, and not entirely free from
grave doubts. No one is to blame
but the father, and it is through his
industry that each side now claims
a large foitune.
"Theie is enough to divide and
give each side as much as it ought
to have, and tlicj' ought, each
party, to forgive the father who
might have some unknown motive
for his conduct, and divide his es
tate.' The counsel were situated
like tho parties. If the Court was
forced to a decibion it must give all
either to the one side or the other,
nud thu side losing would have noth
ing witli which to pay the numerous
and nblo array of counsel on the
losing bide. Tho true way was for
each party to yield something and
settle the case. After again brush
ing up ids grave doubts, nt least as
much n? they would bear, the at
torneys were left lo consult nud
negotiate, and finally came into
couit with a decieo, entered by
consent, declaring both families to
be heirs nud dividing the million
equally between them all. Each
bide went away happj' and with a
half million." '
NOBODY KNOWS BUT MOTHER.
11Y II. c. doikii:.
Nobodv knows of the woik it makes
To keep tho homo together ;
Nobody knows of tho stops it takes,
Nobody knows but mother.
Nobody listen to ehihliMi woes
Which kisses only smother;
Nobody's pained by naughty blows,
Nobody only mother.
Nobody knows of tho sleepless care
Bestowed on baby biother;
Nobody knows of thu tender piny'r,
Nobody only mother.
Nobody knows of tho legsons taught
Of loving ono another;
Nobody knows of thu pntionco bought,
Nobody only niolhor.
Nobody knows of tho anxious feais
Lest darlings may not weather
Tho Morni of life in after yeius,
Nobody known but mother.
Nobody kneels nt tho throne nbovo
To thank tho Heavenly Father,
For that sweetest gift a mother's
Nobody can but mother.
The London Medical Journal says
that, judging from thu symptoms of
Archer's illness befoiu ho co.tu.iujt
ted suicido. hiq recovery would have
been almost impossible.
Tom': Why are some Government
Bonds called consols? Dick: Be
cause they are such a consolation to
aaEMWjBi-tnirir i, nni-inrrrwiaft.
COTTAGE TO LET.
tJt&, AT Vr.llYHKAoONAl)TiK
ijiuiSfrw 01 U' g U i ciit rn-tueo'i
EiMtiZUVi ilie pl.tiir, cufii.lyo rupinl
by Mr. Peieock, f 1-n.eth ij I'uieook,
nud nftei wmcU ly Mr. Ill Inn. Thu
c.iitiguconiiilnj stcrl rooms, a i.lco
yaid, winbli! si'id iMtringn lion c. lor
t ariiculirin tiy mi iho puni'res or to
M. H. OOLlU'l.N, .itUuliuP U( n I I3tf
COTTAGE TO LET.
a corTAdi: o,v umu:-
littii i ytrcct, ndloliil'ii; Uiu
residence of Mrn Mon-uti.
Cottage contains fi looms wlui Mtclien,
Lie. Apply to K. P. ADAMS & CO.
rpUE well known Old Corner
X Pi'Pinixt'N. Apply nt tlie bi:a
VEK HAI.OUN U7 If
APLKASANT 1-TtONT BOOM,
newly furnlhcl, at 10.", Xiiuauu
Aveuue, by thd week or month.
(i0-iw MHS. W. O. NKKDHAM.
For Salo or Lunsc.
rpno.SB lMlBMlBBSSlTUATH) ON
X I uiudioii Strccl culled "Itauuiillo.
hln," tlie property ol O. II. Judd, are for
sale or tor lense lor a turn or jenrs.
F(.r parlleulais impiirc of
ALEX. . I OAUnVlHOHT.
Honolulu. Dihj. 13. ISSO.
FOlt LEASE OR SALE.
rpilE HOUSE AND LOP AT WAI.
X kiki, at present occupied by G. D.
Mottli. Apply nt otllue of
12 If 2J Xuuauu street.
For Salo or to Lease.
COTTAGE on I.unnlilo htieet.
At pro'jiit (.eoupii'il tiy P. Oiitti-
gelt, Etq It eoninlns parlor, dining
room ami 1! bodiooms, huh, pantry null
kitchen. A luge yard with outbuild
ings for hoisu, p.uilago ami ariv.mt?.
I7tf Apply to H.J. AONUW.
TO LET or FOK SALE.
APMALL DUIOK OOTTAOE TO
Kt or for Mile, at Lclio, hut would
prefir to tell on eiihV i-im-. Applv to
T. W. BAAVLINS,
At the IIiUMiliau Koip M ork", J.eleo,
Kingsliect. "i9 2r
TO LET Oil LEASE.
rpiIAT 1IUILDING KOKMLllhY
X occupied bv Woug Luug us hi
re-iduncc at ICnp ilam i, rear the licform.
u'.ery School, contniiiiiig 7 rooms, in
filming P.irlcr, lleilioom, Dining lomn
ami kin lieu, is t o olTired fur lent or
lease i.l a ni"tl reasonable rate. For in
formation uiiquhe at WiUlum It, Ca-tlo's
law otllce, or of Ah In, ciirntr of Here
taaia and Nun tnu Stieets. Oi !jv
FOIl LEAS 13.
THE UNEXPIBBI) LEASE OF
Ihosi) tiri'iiiisiM i-liiritdl in Nuuaiiu
Valley, known a-j Grove Cottage, form
erly occuplid liy .1 II. Paly, mill recent
Iv by the undersigned, as a tcsldence.
The Fcasn cxniu-s Due. 1, 18SS.
Aoply io BUUC E CAKTWllIGHT,
f4 Uv No. 'J Kiiiiliuinnnti St.
TIIK KESIDENOF. AND
PiibluieLiiuli ut Pauon ViP
luy. occunlid by Mrp. L'in''.
Apply on tho piLiniscs. h'Jlf
GOOD PAbTUBAGE FOlt HOUSES
13 03 per m nth. near limn. Ap
ply to T. J. KING.
'lOSt Onion Feed Co
"iVriSS H. TUCK has removed fiom
jJL Pimchboul ituiet lo 2i. 'lit
JEiiiinn Nti'CM't, where she will he
glad to incut nil her pupils. Embroltl.
oiy nnd Fancy Work (Jhi o now foiin.
ing. Now Stamping l'alteiiib recclvtd
rogulaily by iimII. 70tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
rpilE iimlersigiird lmo money to loan
X in sums ot not Icsh (hail one llious..
anil ilollius upon Hitlfnctnrv secutliv.
SMITH, TIIUHSTON & KINNEY,"
02tf CO Foil Stp'ct, Honolulu.
BY A SINGLE GENTLIiMAN. IN
a quiet prlviit.: family within tho
city proper, a t'uniirhcil room. Aililres,
Minting piithuliin, it. L., Foil Otlleu
Box No. 11. OUlf
SIX GOOD DltnSriMAKEIlS warned
lit Cine, .1. FUhci's DrcPHiiiaklpg
Kstnlilishmiui. None hut gi oil huiiiis
need to apply. II tf
A T THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
jl the Hawaiian lUmlo Company,
(Llmltul) hnld on lliuiilih doy of Fib.
runry, It 87, at thu ollleo oi A. J. Cur .
wright, Kcijulru, the following olilueu
worn elected foi ilie i'niiiigyi'iir:
A.. I 0 UtTWIlKMT I resident
E. .VGA'S Manager
V. F. A IjLEN .... Sr lvtury & t'rcauir
W. lt.OAt.TLE ,, Auditor
F. A. Schaefer, .1.11. Paty, It. F. Dllling
' ' ham, V. E Foster.
robnmiy.gl, US', fiajw
Now P)tolo;rrn! Rooms.
OYER Klcliol'n note, Fori ttuet,
noM thu Slioii'lng Unlleiy, Pic
tuns, Poitr.ilK nnd viowh. Fhrt-oliibi
woik. SalUfiictlou giiauintecd
Olv .LA. (ION SALVES.
Ilnvo removed to
rsT. n iciivq sTTtionyr,
llel, Mnuiukeiu'v Nuuaiiu St.'i,,
And beg leave to notify the public that
they have jihi rcielved a
fresh Invoice of
XXX MAMBLA C3GARS
And other ihoieit bnmlsf'f the Ihst
Quality, for nito at moderate
prue-'. Also u lull lluu of
Goncnl Merchandise), Groceries, Mntllnn
China & .laintii Teen n Hiivcliilty,
fi "" UT" 'T 1 i1ffra"lrTTriirrn' I
IT. IITJVI3EI, -
cll Telephone 17.
The Bess Vieniia Cigars in fhs Market!
Charles Sluait Cavcrley recently puullhhcu n tpeeinnn of hi lyrical tolaut,
entitled " Mr. LeslleV Soug '' of which the following two veiscs are a specimen;
Tlie re U n lanttiro cxcenllny nil mosaic,
Luft to enliven th.i sorrow ful world ;
Who doei not think of flint moment with pleasure,
TVhtn first round hii lips thu wreatlilug snioko curled ?
Parents look ginve or sick,
Call ttnnne'y trlil:,
Say it N ruinous aiy It Is wrong!
' Happy Indeed Is hi lot,
Who, for then) caring nut,
I'uffc liko n clilinnuy.pot,
All tho day long.
Some, who are troubled with endlo3s entreaties,
Strho for a time thin delight to torcgo;
Valti aic their cliort, their failure complete is
Life without BinoUingV unbearably (.low.
Snoti their in Make they llnd,
Leiive all euch thought behind, . ,
lr rcbolutluns till vanish in smoke;
A I'd 10 Ihe.r C01 lllfV nee '
Th it, if their life must be.
71 'Twll he no joke.
& GG5 Fort Street, Honolulu.
During liry 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
Haviug bought the
Clflilig ai Gents Furaislg Ms
Fiom the Tcmplo of Fashion at gically reduced raty, we now oiler them to our
numerous patious at prices which lie y competition
TIicjo goods arc first clua In every lcipcct and eiriril oT all grades and qnil.
GlotMi, Snitililii ffii1 llii! iiii;ii ai Poor ale.
In ou"criln2 them to our customers wo would inoit respectfully draw their it
lentlon to Iho fact thnt we are giving liiem thu btnvtt' cf our cheap birgain and
invite tho public hi fti'neral to gie us a e ill ami examine these goods ln.ioro pur
chasing elfiewhuie. Our Ubiinl liiiu of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
id too well known to need
- ? ?
o ui x
Fred'ricksburg Brewing Go.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
The Lnger Deer c-f
s I Was Awarded
At tho E.xrodtloiis
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fino Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Street?, Honolulu.
ISLAND'sTRADE SOLICITED AN
ONll FAMILY COW, ha'f ,Tcr?oy,
young and a good milker. Im
ported lrom i.uiiiornlii. liiniilrooi
J. II. topr.u,
FOR SALE !
ONF. L.VHOi: LOT. come? Pein-in'olii
nud Lumilllo tts , which can ho
divided into two or iuor) building lot.
Lnouiroof O. WLST,
51 . Of Wpat, Low ii Co.
ONn DUCK SADDLi: HOUSE.
(iiiurauieed Sound; BUllMi lock,
ing animal. 1'iico 3100. Knquiie at
tills otllce. US lw
OXL THAM OAR AND Soft FELT
nfT Itutlf, t-l nuuniU to tho foot,
wl h hulls and flsh-plutcri complete.
Sultahlo fur Warehouse or Vlaiihlloii.
Apply to HOI LISTEIt & 00.
Mere hunt NlreH,
Jl-.ttun! Telephone. 'MS.
entire Stock of
the nlove Ilrewcry
the First Prizes
ot 168 and If-tO
D PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Will bo open very afternoon mid fvf.
Ing nn follows:
Sloiiilny, Tui'Ndny, AVodiicmtny d
To tho jiublle in general.
For ladie and grntlvnicn.
For ladle?, goutlcmcn nnd'rhUd'rti.
LetuiiH In Fancy Skating.
Frllay andjrlnturduy Loiliii.
WILLLVM WALL, Mumujw,
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