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WEDNESDAY. MAR. 2. 1887.
Sclir Mary from Kitkntiui
Stmr Waialunlo from lluinuktia
Uk Lady Lunpon for San Fiauclco
Htinr Surprise for Ktiiiu
Stmr .Tnincs Mukco for Kap.ia, Kuunl nt
G i in
Stmr U It Bishop for Wnlanao, llana-
tiinitln, Klhuioii mid llanalcl at 12
Sclir Waloli for Hononiii
Sclir J 0 Ford for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
titmr Lehnn for Itaniaktia
JJtiiir Iwalaul for Lnhalni and llainiiknii
Sclir F.htikal for Kuan
tfchr Waloliu for Wnlalua
For Kuunl, per steamer Mikaliala,
March 1 Her Excellency Governess
Lnnlbiiu, Col Z S Spalding, wife ami
family, K 0 Spnldlnjr, Mr l)r Herliert,
O W Spitz, J JJlalsilcll, Hon (J H l'alo
lian, Jt.dgo .1 K Kaklna, llov U Haiin
Ike, llev J) Kanpini, .r W Alapal, Mr
Hundley, E Streli, L Kallofen, Bruce
Cartwifght, E ltofgiuml, G N Wilcox
ami nbout M) duck.
For windward ports, per steamer
Klnaii, Marck 1 Hon G K Meliardson,
J Jtlcliardson, T Italn Walker and wire,
Itev It Ibcnlicre, II (limn, L W 1 Kanc
alll, Mrs A Wlddeficld, O X Arnold, J
11 S Lake. Major W II ( ornvvell, -1 A
Dlas, 0 A Cliapln, II Mori Icon, 1 Alan,
,T Kekapa ami about GO deck.
From llainakua, per Rtinr Walalealc,
March 2 Mr And Mm T E Evans and 2
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Lehua 2,500 bags sugar.
Sclir Mary 1.000 lings sugar.
Stmr Wafaleale 4,00 bags sugar and
The hark Lady Lampson palled this
morning for Snu Francisco, with 12,207
bags sugar, vnlucd at $54,450.70.
The schooner Walchu, under eoin
, wand of Uapt Clias Dudoit, will take
b Wnlalua route.
Tins schooner Ehukai will run to
The schooner J O Fold sails tills
afternoon for San Francisco, taking
7,4C0 bags sugar, valued at $.'10,120.45.
Messrs Sorrcuson & Lylearo repairing
tho seaward sido of thu Klnaii wharf.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Sonoma, Howes
15k Zolla, McKay
JJk Martha Fislier, Biicklu
Gcr bk O K Bishop, Wolters
Bktno Klikitat, Cutler
Bgtno W G Irwin, McCulloch
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Bktno S N Castle, Hubbard
Am wh bk Lancer, from Now Bed
ford, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk ltcindcer, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Helen Mars, from San
Francisco, due tfeb 10-28
Am wh bk Francis Falmcr, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Flcetwing, from San Fran
elsco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk William Ilaylllcs, from San
Francisco, duo Fob 10-2S
Am wh bk Marv and Susan, from San
Franclsco,.due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mint), from San Franolsco,
duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Andrew Hicks, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am missionary steam bktno Morning
Star, II F Turner, from tho South Sea
Islands, duo Feb 20-28
1 M. S S City of Bio do Janeiro, W B
Cobb, from San 'Francisco, en route to
Yokohama and Hongkong, dim March
Am bark Tlniour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Dee 17, due May 1-20.
Am wli bark Hunter, Geo W Jcnk",
from tho Lino Islands, due March 10-IU.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
Haw sclir General Sclgel, from French
Frigate Shoals, duo Nov 20-1)0.
Am bk Ceylon, It Calhoun, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 18-20
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mil. Ituppicclit, tho fresco artist,
is decorating tho Union Saloon ccil-
Mns. Captain Fuller will shortly
depart for tho States, to visit rela
tives. Tin: Japanese acrobats will per
form ngain to-morrow night, nt tho
Paintekb aro diligently touching
up tho ilqors ni)d other wood-work in
tlio Government Building,
At the monthly meeting of tho
Honolulu Bides, to bo held to-morrow
ovoning, iv timo will be set for
tho projected ball.
Queen Kapiolani is expected to
start on her visit to America nnd
Europe, by the btcainsliip Australia,
on the 10th instant.
That fine Government hone,
which was dying at. the stables tho
pther day, of blood poisoning, has
o'fo tp t)io bopp yard.
Tun first band concort since tho
doath of Her lalo Boynl Highness
l'rinccss Likeliko, will bo given in
Emma Squaro on Saturday afternoon
Mil. W. H. Aldrich, manager of
tho Oura company of Japanese acro
bats, has decided to givo a matinee,
noxt Saturday afternoon, at 2
The l'olieo Court officials and
three eminent counsel linvo been en
gaged, nil day on an assault and
jiattory (iuso anting out of a piimj pf
gaming.- ; ' ' '
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At 10 o'clock to-morrow morning
will commence tho sale of household
furniture, at the resideneo of Mr. J.
Hyinun, Fort street, near tho Gov
ernment school, by Messrs. E. 1'.
Adams & Co,
Lemur. Lo I'rogrcH meotfi this ovon
ing nt 7 :80 Bliarp. '
Ma.ioii Gulick lias two acres of laro
land, near the Lunatic Asylum, for
Tin: appeal in the partnership case
Swift vp. (Jiuulins -was perfected
Tin: newly elected ollicers of the
I. I. H. N. Co. lire named in the ad
Tm: Hon. W. C. 1'urko has been
uppoiiited assignee for the bankrupt
estate of A. Barnes.
Mystic Lodge K. of 1 meets lliis
evening at 7:110 i. M. when Pago
Bank will bo conferred,
Tin: Under of iv lost pocket book,
will be rewarded on returning it to
Yates it Mackenzie.
A coMi'hTKNT engineer, in want of
a situation, is ndded to Messrs. J. E.
Brown it Co.'s list.
ltr.nur.Ait meeting of Knmehft
nichft Lodge of l'erfcction will be held
to-morrow evening nt 7 o'clock sharp.
CounrnATEi) iron fa being laid over
tho shingles on tho roof of Kivumnka
pili Church, to lessen tho dangers of
The Cosnioraiiia opens at the Astor
House, at 7:30 o'clock this evening.
To-nionow it will be open from 1 to
5 r. m., and ngiiin in tho evening.
Admission, 25 cents.
, . .
Tiikki: will bo iv regular meeting
of tho trustees of tho Honolulu Lib
rary and Heading Boom Association,
nt tho library hall, on to-morrow
evening, 3rd inst, nt 7 :30 o'clock.
Mn. Lewis J. Levey's regular cash
sale begins at 10 o'clock to-morrow
morning. Dry goods, prints nnd
calicoes, household furniture, n tine
mine, and sets of single and double
harness, make up tho programme.
Tr Mr. .lust. Williams would take
.instantaneous photographs of Mc-
Cailhy's uilimra players ai piny, no
would obtain an invaluablo collec
tion of dramatic, esthetic, pathetic,
and clm-sie attitudes, and ainateur
artists could bo supplied with
It would appear that furnished
rooms in private families, by respect
able young men, aro not difficult to
procure at the present time. Two
advertisements of persons in want
recently appeared in tho Bulletin,
and so " numerous were tho eligible
oilers that tho gentlemen found
difficulty in deciding which to nc
copt. NEWS BY THE LEHUA.
The steamer Lcliua, which ar
rived yesterday afternoon from Ha
inalcua, reports tho schooner Canute
becalmed in Hawaii channel, for
four days last week. Further, that
one of the Canute's boots was
pulled to Laupahoehoe, several
miles, to get some provisions from
the schooner Malolo, lying there.
Both vessels left Laupahoehoe last
Monday for this port with full loads
QUEEN EMM A HALL.
Tho Trusses of the Queen Emma
Estate- have completed the repairs
on her late residence, on Berctnnia
street, corner of Nuuanu street.
Tho committee in chargo aro now
fitting it up for a Reading Boom,
Social Hall, and Class Booms for
Hawaiians. Contributions aro solicit
ed for this worthy object. Chairs,
tables, matting, books, papers,
lamps and other such articles may
he sent to Queen Emma Hall any
t - .aim m
THE "BULLETIN" SUMMARY.
Is now issued and will bo found to
bo an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing the latest
Volcano news, full particulars of
tho wreck of the barkentine Selina,
numerous editorial articles on local
topics, and a complcto rcsumo of
Honolulu and island news. To bo
J. II. Sopor, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewitt, Merchant street,
and ijw.I'Ktin Office.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES THIS EVENING.
Religious services will bo held ns
usual this evening at tho Anglican
Cathedral, Fort street Church, and
tlio Lyceum. At tho two latter tho
services will bo of a nature prepar
atory to communion noxt Sunday.
At 7 o'clock the Standing Commit
tee of tho llethel Union Congrega
tion will meet at tho Lyceum any
who may desiro to join tho church
on profession of faith pr by loiter.
The subject nt tio Fort street
Church will bo "Jesus Christ Our
HONOLULU LIBRARY AND READING
The following bookt have been
recently given to the Library Asso
ciation by A. J. Cartv right, Esq.:
Tho "Works of the Bight Honor
able Joseph Addison, ith notes by
Richard Hurdo, D. 'J. London,
18.11 0 vols.
To tho God Cost for Gold, by
Burton & Cameron. -Condon, 1883
Memoirs of tho Life of tho Right
Honomblo Richard Urinsloy Sheri
dan, by Tlios. Moore New York
Pseudonyms of Authors, by John
GOVERNMENT GAZETTE NOTICES.
The Secretary of War and of tho
Navy invites tenders for thu supply
of provisions for II. M. S. Knlinllon.
Specifications of requirements may
bo seen nt the office of the depart
ment on Wednesday and Thursday,
2nd and !lrd March, between the
liour3 of 2 and 4 i. t. Tenders are
wanted by Friday noon.
Appeals from the Police Court of
North Kohnla, Hawaii, will lie heard
before tho Circuit Judge, at tho
Court IIouso of North Kohaln, dur
ing the week commencing Monday,
March 21st, and Probate matters on
Friday, March 2G, 1887.
ENTERTAINMENT FOR YOUNG
On Friday evening next, Marclt
tho 4 th, there will bo a publio enter
tainment at the Y. M. O. A. Hall,
in which the performers will be nil
young people children, in fact,
from 9 to 13 years of age. The
programme will bo published to
morrow. An admission fee of 50
cents will bo charged. The object
is two-fold ; first, to afford nn even
ing's instructive amusement well
worth the money asked, and,
secondly, to increase the funds of
the Maile Boat Club, recently form
ed by n number of lads. No doubt,
a generous community will be found
ready to encourage the young per
formers by their presence, and the
boating lads with their contributions.
THE JAPANESE ACROBATS.
The performances of tho Oura
troupe of Jnpaneso Acrobats and
Athletes at tho Opera House, last
night, fully equaled, if not exceeded
the highest expectations. The pro
gramme contained a list of 12 tricks
and acts, some of them quite
lengthy. Ease, unfaultcring steadi
ness, and complete success in every
thing attempted, characterized ever'
performer and every performance.
These Japanese are all perfect nrt
ists in their respective lines. The
performances of the little boys,
from 7 to 9 years old were truly
marvelous. The entertainment was
protracted to a somewhat late hour,
but the large and interested com
pany of spectators, which filled the
Opera House, remained to tho close.
Bursts of applause were frequent
and hearty throughout the evening.
Tho orchestral arrangements were
under the supervision of Mr. Berger,
and were a pleasing feature of the
A Bullutin scribe was shown
around H. M. training ship Kaimiloa.
The Kaimiloa, with her paint all
off, partly dismasted, and her decks
teeming with workmen, appears at a
disadvantage. But on examining
the vessel, her good qualities arc
seen. On entering the cabin, which
has not been materially changed
since her purchase by the Hawaiian
Government, tho visitor is at once
struck with tho neatness, cozincss,
andc omfortableness of tho quarters.
Descending a companion ladder,
the ward-room and after mess-room
aro reached. Five port holes, on
both sides of tho vessel, light these
compartments. State rooms for the
Lieutenants, and quarters for other
officers will be built in connection
with the after mess room. The
inner sides of tho vessel have been
neatly sheathed, and new ineh-and a
half decking has been put down.
Four 400-gallon tanks and six pro
vision lockers aro below tho mess
room deck. Tho forward mess
room for tho sailors is a largo airy
department, capable of accommo
dating CO men. This place also con
tains four 400-gallon water tanks
nnd four provision lockers below
deck, and is lighted by port holes.
Tho new flooring, sheathing and
beams givo the place a solid ap
pearance. On the upper deck,
about midships, and just forward of
tho engine house, will be two gal
leys, one for tho forward and one
for tho after mess. Tho engines
nro being put in llrst class condi
tion, and, it is said, that the ves
sel will, with her new two bladcd
propeller, attain the speed of eight
knots per hour with steam alone,
A CHINAMAN SHOT BY DEPUTY
On tho night of tho 20th Feb
ruary, Thomas E. Evans, Deputy
Sheriff of tho Island of Lalinina,
Went out with a search warrant to
arrest a certain Chinaman. On enter
ing tho house ho found a Chinaman
smoking opium. Evans had a pistol in
Ids pocket at the time. He saw one of
tho Chinamen take hold of n pair of
scissors in a threatening manner. On
seeing this, Evans drew his revolver,
but with no intention lo shoot, 'i'wp
Chinampn at this moment seized him
and tried to cjoot him, nnd in tho
sculllo, tho revolver went off and
killed a Chinaman on tho spot.
On tho 27th February, Mr. II. G.
Treadway, deputy Sheriff of Wai
luku arrived at Lalinina and acting
as coroner, held nn inquest on
the dead body, the jurors returning
tho following verdict:
An inquisition taken nt Lalinina,
Island of Maui, on tho 27th day of
February, 1887, and adjourned
over to tho 28th day Fqbrmiry, 1887,
beford" U. : 0," treadway, Deputy
Sheriff of tho Island of Maui, mid
acting Coroner of said island, upon
tho body of Wong Man (Chineso)
thero lying dead, by the oaths of
tho jurors whoso names are here
unto subscribed, who being sworn
to inquire, when, how, and by what
means tho said Wong Man caiuu to
his death, upon their oaths do say:
That the said Wong Mini came lo
his death on the night of tho 2tith
February, A. 1). 1887, nt Lalinina,
Island of Maui, by the accidental
discharge of n pistol in tho hands of
one Thomas E. Evans, Deputy
Sheriff of said, Lahainn while in the
discharge of his duty as Deputy
In testimony whereof, the said
Coroner and the Jurors of this in
quest have hereunto set their hands
this 28lh day of February 1887.
II. G. TltKADWAY,
Deputy Sheriff and Acting Coroner,
c. f. hohniiii,
W. Y. HoilNKIl, Jit.,
F. S. Dunn.
Evans was thereupon arrested and
charged with manslaughter. Ho
waived examination and was com
mitted for trial nt the Circuit Court
to be held at Lalinina in June next.
Evans arrived in Honolulu this
morning per S. S. Wnialcale, and
was forwarded to Ouhu jail for safe
keeping until the case comes up.
HOW TO LIVE A FULL CENTURY.
Prof. Humphry of Cambridge has
prepared a series of tables which
contain some interesting Information
about centenarians. Of ,r2 persons
whom he mentions, at least 11 2
males and 9 females actually attain
ed the age of 100. Others attained very
nearly to the hundred years. Only
one of the persons reached 108
years, while one died nt tho alleged
age of 100. Of the f2 persons, 30
were women and 10 men. Prof.
Humphry tells us that the compara
tive immunity of women from tho
exposures and risks to which men
are subjected, and ttio greater tem
perance in eating and drinking ex
hibited by women are the chief points
in determining their higher chances
of longevity. Out of the 30 women
20 had been married and 11 had
borne large families. Of the 20
who had been wives 8 had married
beforo they were 20, one at 10 and
2 nt 17.
Twelvo of the fifty-two centen
arians were discovered to have been
the eldest of their parents. This
fact, adds Dr. Humphry, doe3 not
agree with popular notions that first
children inherit a feebleness of con
stitution, nor with the opinion of
racimr-stables, which is decidedly
against tho idea that "firstlings"
aro to be depended on for good per
formances on the course. Tho cen
tenarians, generally regarded, were
of spare build. Gout and rheu
matism were, as a rule, absent. "It
seems," says Prof. Humphry, "that
the frame which is destined to great
ago needs no such prophylactics,
and engenders none of the peccant
humors for which the finger joints
(as in gout) may find a vent."
Of tho fifty-two aged people,
twenty-four only had no teeth, the
average number of teeth remaining
being four or five. Long hours of
sleep were notable among these old
people, the period of repose averag
ing nine hours; while out-of-door
exercise in plenty and early-rising
nre to bo noted among the factors of
n prolonged life. Ono of tho cen
tenarians "drank to exoess on festive
occasions," another was a "frco
boor drinker," and "drank like a
fish during his wholo life," Twelvo
had been total abstainers for life, or
nearly so, and mostly all were
"small meat caters." St. James
In Germany nnd Switzerland the
principals of all schools are required
lo dismiss their pupils at noon every
day on which the thermometer at
10 a. in. registers 77 dog.
Mr. John Frederick Horvey, of
Stratford-on-Avon, was playing bil
liards at the Union Club, when hav
ing made a successful stroke and
won tho game, ho iusiantly fell
By tho death of tho widow of Sir
Erasmus Wilson, tho College of
Surgeons pass at once into posses
ion of mpro tlmn 200,000, which
thoy will proceed to apply to the
pscs of their profession.
S PERRY'S No. 1 Familv Flour U
ollen-d for salo by GONSALVE3 is
CO., Queen Street. 01
YIEWS f the Lava Flow of 1P87,
I'ioiii Negatives made on the sccoail
day of tho eruption, showing 'the col.
limn of linn m the feonrcu crater, iiiny
be H-cn at ihu I'lmtOL'ranli Rooms of J.
G0NSALVB5, 13!) Foi I ht. TO
7 E HAVE just received per Aiih.
IT irnlla iiiiuw lot of AitiMs' Mn
teihh, Elony V"'' Ihu-kelH, Online!
Frames, Btbtic Fiaini's, etc. And we
are butler prepared than ever to maku
Cornices and Pieturo Frames, having
the largest and he.l selected block of
Mouldings in thu Kingdom. Ki.su
linos.1 Am Stoiii:. ill
Pit. Flint'b Hkakt Bkmkdy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart l)is
enco and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. Uouson Smith &
Co.. AuontB. 30 1
PATitoNizr. Homo Industry y buy
ing cigars of .1. Y, IJing'loy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, wheio ho is prepared to fill all
orders at tho lowest possible whole
sale pi ices. Island orders solicited
and piomptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tlio fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forgot tho
name J. W. lliugloy, nor Uui placo
Crystal Soda, Woik, Hotel street.
COTTAGE TO LET.
,&frJh AT A Vr.KYUK.VKON'AHI.K
Ilia lieiit fii'tigc on
tin' null), reci iillv o outdid
by Mr. Puirock, of lVcctli it I'oacuck,
and afteiwiiidr. Ly Mr. lib hm. The
e ittigc contislns seerl loomv, n nice
yard, sMbln aad curiace ho'he. 1'or
particulars nni'ly on the liriniNc.) or lo
M. K OOLItUllN, idOHhu I' hou Ifllf
COTTACJN TO U5T.
-,rr?.. A CO ITAUK ON nr.iti:
fcP'HvJfB lanli Slii'Ct, ndjoliilau' Hie
liir.lw resilience of Mr. Miiun.
Cut luge contains B rooms wilh liltelicn,
Kic. Apply to B. l ADAMS & CO.
rpUK well Ihiowji Old Corner
J- l'rciulses. Apply at thu 1J SA
VE It SALOON 17 If
A PLl'.ASANT FBOVr BOOM,
newly furnished, at l!)."i Nuuaiui
Avenue, by the week or month.
go .iw Mits. g. xi;i:diiam.
For Sale or JLciiHO.
TIIOSK PUKMISKS SITUATFI) ON
I'unaliou SlU'et called "Kniiauilo.
hlii," the propci ty of C. II Juild, nro for
tale or for Io.ipo lor u term of years.
For p.irticultiM Inquire! of
ALi;.V. J. OAimVHIGIIT.
Honolulu. Dec. ID. lbtO. U03
FOIl LEASE Oil SALE.
rpiIK HOUSE AXI) LOT AT WAL
X kiki. at pi-cent occupied by O. I).
l'loctn. Apply at olllco of
FHKETII & l'EACOGIC,
13 If LM Xiiiiauu street.
? j r Salo or to Lcaso.
A COTTAGE on I.unnlllo Street.
At piosfiu icciiplcd by 1 Opfcr
gelt, Esq It contains parlor, (lining
lonin anil 2 bedrooms, li.ith, pantry nml
kitchen. A large yard with nutlmild
inus for horses, car'ilage and fictvantf.
17tf Apply to 11, .1. AGNEW.
TO LET Oil LEASE.
rpiIAT HUILDING FOll.MKltLY
X occupied byWoig Lion-: as his
residence al Ivipiilamn, neir the Itelorm.
atory School, containing 7 rooms, in.
cludini; Pailor, Itedrnoin, Diuhig.rorm
and Kitchen, h noiv ollVivd for rent or
lease nt a ni"'t reusonnljlo rate. For In
formation cnrpiiro nt William It. C.i(le's
law olllco, or of Ah In, corner of Here
Inula nnd Xiuruiu Streets. 02 Bw
1$3!$- TUB BESIDEKCK AS I)
cjjtjvg IVtiirc binds at Vauoi Vnl
hire's Iy, occupied by Mrs. Lonjr.
Apply on tlio premises. ii'.Hf
GOOD PASTUHAOi: FOH HOUSES
3 00 per month, near town. Ap
ply to T..T. KIXO.
10 at Union Feed Co
MISS H. TUCK has removed from
i'ancliliowl street to Xo. -l.'l
Kiiima Ntruul, "here sho will be
glad to meet all her pupils. Embroid
ery and Fancy Work Ulas'us now form,
ing. Now Stumping Patterns received
regularly by mail. 10tf
MONEY TO LOAN.
rpilE undersigned hao money to loin
X in sums of not less than one thous
and dollars upon sitlofaetorv security.
SMITH, TIIUKSTON & KINNEY,
C2tf CO Foil Street, Honolulu.
A JAPANESE COOK wanted; must
make himself generally usuful.
Apply nt this Ofllce. 73
SIX GOOD DBESSMAICEHSwaroil
nt Clms, J. FtdioS'i! Drcfinnldng
Estahliihmcnt. None hut good hiimis
need to apply. It if
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
. thu Hawaiian lt'imtu Coinpinv,
(Xltnltnl). held on thu 31th day of Feb.
riinry, 1bS7, at tho olllco of A. .1. C.irl
wrlglit, Esuu're, thu following officers
wcru elected for llio ensuing year:
E. LYOAN Manager
W. F. ALLEN . . . .Secretary & Ti easu'rer
W. B. OAbTLE Auditor
F. A. Somcfer, .1. II. l'.itv, H. F. Dllllng-
ham, W. E Foster.
Frtbriiary.31, hS7, 08 lw
Now Photograph Kooins.
OVI5R Nichol's Moro, Fort street,
next thu Shooiing Unllery, 1'lc
lures, Portraits and views. Klrst-olais
woilc. Satisfaction Guaranteed.
0 ly .1. A. (lONBAI.VKS.
Cui'iM'ister & .EJtilHlci'
iioubus and ruuMiunr. lUU'Aiitr.n,
Ja I '. U.) nor Uny.
Worksliop. : : 87 Mammken Street.
Hnvo removed to
No. KING s,J.,WIQJ3'JI
Uct. Jlniunki.'uV Kuiianu Sts.,
And. bug leave to notify tho public that
llioy hnvo .hut reeolved a
froidi la voice of
X3iX MANILA CBGARS
And other cliolro hriiids of tho llest
Quality, for ca!o at mo'lernlo
prim?. Alvin f'dl ilno of
General Mcrchaiiilho, GrocQrle), Mailing.
China .'. .In pan T.-iih uHiceliilly.
EYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kvarof Lin iu. Mill.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
: & 05 Fori, Hf.rcc(, Honolulu.
During- my absence) from this Kingdom my Entire Stock of
ry and Fancy Goods
JIjis been reduced 10 per cent, less lliiin cost, in order to
make room for now importations. Great Bargains are
offered. C9 8. EHRLICH.
THE " CENTRAL "
l1. 1IIjXEK, -
Ile'U Telrplioiio 1?.
The Best Manila Cigars in the Market!
Charles Stunit Cnveiley recently published a specimen of bin lyrical tnlent,
entitled " .Mr. l.esllo'n Song " of which the following two verses are a cpechneu:
Thero Is a ranturu exceeding nil measure,
Left to enliven Ihls norrowful world;
Who docs not think of that moment with pleasure,
When llrst round his lips the wreathing smoke curled Y
Parents look grave or sick, .' - t
Call It a nimty trick. -
Say It U rulnoti say It Is vron; ,
l'fappy Indeed is his lot, " '
Who, for these caring not, fi ;
I'lifTs liko a chlnincy.pot, -'
All tho day long. w
Sonic, who aro troubled with cndhns entreaties, ?'; ,
Strive for a time ihlH di light lo forego; ' '
Vain ate their ellorls, their failure complete is '' -'
Iilfe without smnking'H unlienrahly flow.
Soon their miMnku they llnd,
Leave all such thoiichtM behind,
Wie resolutions all vanish in smoke;
And to their cot they see
That, ir their life must lie
71 Twill be no joke.
liming fought the
From the Temple of Fashion at crc.Uly reduced into', wc now offer them to our
nuinuroiiH pattons at prices which do y competition.
These goods aru llrtt class in every icspect anil comUt of all gmdes and quil.
ulotlii, Suitable for Hie Bid ait Poor ale.
In ollcrilng them ti our customing wc would most respectfully draw their at
tention to the fast that wo ato giving ihcra the benefit of our cheap lurgiin and
invito tlio public In grncrn! to uivu us a cill and exnminu these goods Ucloro pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is loo well known to need es pcclal comment. fit)
Fred'ricksburg Brewing Go
CAM irtCB fAI
5 . y -. ww
X Tho Lager Leer of the nl ove Urewery
Was Awarded the First Prizes
I At the Expositions of 1883 nnd 1ES0
J 20 0m HONOLULU,
IMl'OltTEU AVU DKAI.EK IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Street, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND1TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
FOR SALE !
NIJ LAHCIN 1 .01. corner 1'eiiMicola
and I.iiualilo Sts. which can ho
divMitl into two or more building lots.
Eiuiulioof O. "VKST,
01 Of West. Dow & Co.
Oni: iu.aoic PAum.i: iioiisi:.
Oiiaranteid Koumi; styllhh look,
hi'; lydmul. I'rlcu 91S0. Kuiiiiru nt
tills) olllco. iHlw
ONI3 THAM OAlt AND i.'0( I'EKT
ol'T Hails. si pounds to ihu toot,
wi'li bolls and fls-phitua complete.
Kultahio for Wnruh'ousu or l'lautatlon.
Applv to HOLLISTKK & OO.
CATTLE FOR SALE.
AHOUT 115 III1AD OV
Cattle, iucliidlnt; .Milcli Cou s
Helfjrs and ono Jorsoy Hull.
For nalo fliiL'lv or In lots. Apply in
JA15. BEAIlUltY, Lilihn street, just
ahovo Judgo Dayton's. fl'J lw
Slutiinl Tclcpliono 37.1.
entire Stock of
- v -wrm..
"Will bo oncn every afternoon and even
ine; as follows:
Sloiulay, TurHilny, Wcilnciutay 4
To thu public in general.
For lad lei nnd gentlemen.
Kor ladles, gentlemen nnd clilldnm.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday andJSalurelay r.0'ilat,fv.
WILLIAM WALI. Manager.
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