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THURSDAY, MAR. fl. 1887.
Sclir Ciinuto from Laupahoehou
Sclir Miili'Io from Laujiahoehoi)
Hclir Kaiilllua from Kiiiipolut
Sclir Mary Foster from Onotnea
Sohr Hob Hoy from Kuolati
Hclir Haleakala from Pcpeekeo
Hclir Nettle Morrill from Kolou
Ilk Velocity from Hongkong
Ktmr Lehmi for Ilnniakuii
Htnir Iwnlnul for Lnhaliu and Ilanuikim
Hclir Khukiil for Kiiiut
Sclir Wiilcliu for Wnhiliui
Stmr Wnlaleiilc for Kuknllmclo, Hono
kaa nml lVuiuhau ut 4 p m
For Lahiilua ami Ifniuakua, r.er stinr
Iwalanl, Mnieh U 11 V Glndo. V A
Bchaefor, A W ifiilclu and Air Kannl
niiuui. CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir Mnlolo 2,lfi0 bags sugar,
riehr Hnlcakala 1,100 bags sugar.
Sclir Cuiiutu 1,101) bags sugar.
Sclir Kaiilllun 031 bags sugar, 98 bbls
molas?c!,'40 hides mid 11 bags rice.
Tha Kchooncr Mima was seen ontcr
Ing Ilonomu on Tuesday evening.
VE3SELS IN PORT.
Bk Sonoma, Howca
Ilk Zolla, McKay
ilk Martha Fisher, Hiickln
(Jer hk 0 It UIsliop, Woltor.s
Hklne Kllkltnt, Cutler
Birtno W G Irwin, McCulloch
Ilk Forest Queen, Winding
Bktne S N Castle, Hubbard
Am wh bk Lancer, from New Bed
ford, duo Feb 10-23
Am wh hk Hclndcer, from San Fran
cisco, due Feb 10-23
Am wh hk Helen Mars, from Sail
Francisco, due u'eb 10-28
Am wh bk Francis I'nlmcr, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Floetwiug, from SanFran
elco, duo -Fob' 10-28
.' Aiirwh bk William llayllles, from San
Francl'co, due Feb 10-23
Am wh hk Mary and Susan, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh hk Mars, from 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 Sea
Islands, due Feb 20-28
PJ1SS City of Hio do Janeiro, W B
Cobb, from Sail 'Francisco, en route to
Yokohama and ' Hongkong, duo March
Am bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Deo 17, duo May 1-20.
Am wh bark Hunter, Geo W Jcnks,
from the Lino Islands, duo March 10-31.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The "Snow" building is about
fro .en out of existence.
A nick grilled steak is ono of the
r necinlties of the Club House.
Tiiu Kainehanicha Lodgo of Per
fection will meet this evening.
The Honolulu Itilles hold their
regular monthly meeting this even
ing. , . m
The whalers Fleetwing and Herri
man wero oil Diamond Head at 7
o'clock this morning.
A HOBTI.EK who is a handy man in
taking care of a. garden, is wanted at
Major Gulick's labor ugoncy olhcc.
The cosmorama was woll patro
nized last evening and thoso who
woro thoro wero greatly pleased with
The Board of Representatives of
tho Honolulu Fire Department, will
meet in the hull of Engine Co. No.
2, this evening.
Messiis. J. K. Brown it Co. aro in
want of a four oi fivo room cottage,
within ton or fifteen minutes' walk
of tho Post Olllce.
A youno native girl was fined $10
and $3 costs this morning for strik
ing an old nutivo Hawaiian, old
enough to he her grandfather.
CArxAiN Macauloy, of tho schooner
Kaultlua, which arrived this morning
from Kaneoho, reports fair winds
wilpJWn occasional rain squall nt
Mns. Captain Penhallow and her
son, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Itobt.
Lowors, at Wuikiki, wero pretty woll
this morning, after a short spell of
A very successful surprise party
was given to Miss Emma A. Wall, at
hor residenco, Borotania street, last
evening, by Miss Margaret Morgan
Tun second performance of tho
Japanese acrobats takes place at tho
Hawaiian Opera House this evening,
An entiro change of programmo is
The photographic viows of tho
funeral procession taken by Photo-
-graphcr Williams havo beon delayed
v in tio" printing in consequence of
the humid state of the atmosphere.
Mn. Itosentlml appeared in tho
Polico Court this moriiing to answer
a cliargo of belling by wholesalo
without a license. At tho request of
his counsel, Mr. Paul Neumann, the
cuso was continued until Friday
The proceedings at tho Polico
Court aro considerably interfered
with, by Ohincso carpentors rattling
on a corrugated iron roof on an
adjoining building. An injunction
ought to issuo, prohibiting such a
terrible racket during tho sacred
hours devoted to Court business.
Tho arrangement referred to a
few days since us having been made
between the Hoys' Heading Hoora
and the Library and Heading Hoom
Association, lias been consummated,
and all tho books belonging to tho
former organization transferred to
the premises of the latter. They
will be lnailu available to readers as
soon ns the olllcials of the Library
Association have time to catalogue
llicul. Mrs. Joshua Dickson has
sent in a set of Prcscott's Historical
SHERIFF EVANS BAILED OUT.
The Attorney-General having filed
his notice that he will indict Thos.
E. Evans at the next Juno Term of
the Second Circuit Court to be held
at Wailuku, Maui, for manslaughter
in the second degree. His Honor
the Chief Justice, this morning
heard a petition llled by Mr. F. M.
Hatch, counsel for tho said Thos. E.
Evans, that ho be admitted to bail.
It was ordered that ball bo granted
as prayed for on his filing bond in
tho sum of 85,000. The bond hav
ing been duly Hied, Evans was re
leased. A PUZZLE.
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Tho above diagram represents a
prison with 3G cells, (each small
square is supposed to be a cell) and
each compartment communicates
with those adjoining it in any side
direction, (not through tho corners).
Tho square marked No. 1 is sup
posed to contain a prisoner, who is
offered his liberty if he can pass
through every cell (not entering tho
same one twice and not omitting
any) and come out at the square
marked No. 2.
In an assault and battery case
that came up this morning before
His Honor the Police Justice, Mr.
C. W. Ashford, counsel for the de
fendants, moved that his clients be
discharged on the grounds that on
the warrant under which tho prison
ers wero arrested, it was alleged
that the deed had been committed
in tho district of Ewa, and therefore
beyond the jurisdiction of the Hono
lulu Magistrate. His Honor ruled that
his jurisdiction extended over the
whole island of Oahu. The trial
was proceeded with, and was still
unfinished as we go to press.
Following is tho programme of the
entertainment to bo given at the Y.
M. C. A. Hall, Friday evening,
March -1th, by the lads of tho Maile
Hoat Club :
Chorus A Lifo om the Ocean Wave. ..
By the Club
Violin S!o A Warrior Bold
Dialogue Dickey Dot, and Dotty
Dick Ada Whitney and Llda West
Vocal Solo White- Wings.Wlllle Bergcr
Chorus Johnnie Sand By the Club
Beading .Miss E. V. Hall
Piano Solo Selections from op
Martha Arthur Wall
Pantomime Vlllklus and his Dinah..
....Albert. 7 tidd, James Judd, G. Boss
Vocal Solo Where tliero's Is a Will, v
there's a way Willie- Bergcr
Chorus Johunlo Schmoker
By tho Club
THE "BULLETIN" SUMMARY.
Is now issued and will bo found to
bo an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing tho latest
Volcano news, full particulars of
the wreck of tho harkentine Selina,
numerous editorial articles on local
topics, and a complete- resume of
Honolulu and island news. To bo
J. II. Sopcr, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilowitt, Merchant street,
and Bullet in Ofllce.
Mr. A. Morgan, tho carriage sur
geon, Nos. 79 and 81 King street,
was asked this morning whether,
since ho has taken to riding in a
neat little four-wheeler of bis own
construction, ho intended retiring
IlOin 1110 DUSllieSS Ul UUITlUgU limn
ing anil mending and horsc-sl)oclng.
"Not much," said the Doctor;
"being a public benefactor, I work
so cheaply that I cannot get rich J
and as long as my services are re
quired by tho public, I am hero to
attend to their wants. The cripples
como in as cripples, and they go
out solid and sound. I am hero,
and intend remaining here, to ro
pair every' broken carriage that
comes into my establishment, and
to shoo every bare-footed horso that
is doomed to travel on tho rough
roads of Honolulu." And tho Doc
tor can do it.
HJJ.l-11 11 J1J
A TEN-MILE PULL.
Captain Harry Swinton, master of
tho schooner Canute, arrived this
morning from Laupahoohoe. Tho
captain says that whllo tho Canute
was at I'apaikou ho received a tele
phono message from Laupahoehoo,
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saying that they (at Laupahoehoo)
were Out of lime and needed some
Immediately. As soon as possible
the schooner weighed anchor and
proceeded to sea. Tho schooner was
becalmed during the passage, but
managed to reached Laiipahoehoe in
four days. When within 10 miles
of her destination, and while in a
calm, several barrels of lime were
put into one of tho ship's boats and
pulled ashore. On landing, the
captain discovered that the mill was
not entirely out of lime, and would
not bo for several days. Captain
Swinton further says that there's no
fun In pulling a boat for 10 miles,
but ho takes a pleasure in saying
that ho was not out of provisions as
reported by the Lchtia.
A ROYAL WILL.
On February 28th a document
purporting to bo the last will and
testament of Her Hoyal Highness
the Princess Miriam Llkclike Cleg
horn, deceased, was filed in the
Supremo Court by Mr. Alexander
J. Cartwright. Also, a petition for
the probate of said will and the
issuance of letters testamentary to
the said Mr. A. J. Cartwright. The
application will be heard on Friday,
II. It. II. Princess Kaiulani is
mentioned in the will as devisee,
and Mr. A. J. Cartwright, executor
and trustee. The real estate is
sworn at $lf,000 and personal pro
perty at 85,000. LP. C. Advertiser.
ACCIDENT TO THE CAPTAIN OF
Last Sunday night, at 10:110
o'clock, the schooner Canute hauled
alongside the Dora Illuhm, at Ililo,
to givo her some sugar and to take
off sonic 40 tons of hay and grain
for Papaikou and Pcpeckco. The
captains, after having coffee in the
cabin of the Dora Bluhm, returned
to deck, and while the master of the
Bluhm was standing on the combings
of the open hatch, his foot slipped
and ho was thrown, head foremost
into tho hole. He struck the keel
son with the side of his head and
split open his ear. Ho was picked
up in an unconscious state and
taken ashore. He was carried to
Mr. Austin's house, and when last
heard of, was doing well under tho
care of Dr. Kittridge.
MAIDENHOOD AND WOMANHOOD.
Mr. Louis Howell :i gentleman
who came to Honolulu by the
steamship Australia on her last trip,
and now staying atthe White House,
Ntiuanu street is agent for tho
publishing house of Law, King, and
Law, of Chicago, with branches at
San Francisco, Portland, and else
where. Mr. Howell's mission to
this country is to offer to the public
a new book, published by tho firm
just referred to. The book consists
of between six and seven hundred
pages, in two styles of binding
cloth and leather priced respect
ively $1.25 and $5.50. Its subject
matter is "Maidenhood and Woman
hood, or ten phases of woman's
life," treating of woman in all
stages of her life, from infancy to
old age, and in all her relationships,
from that of mother's babe to grand
mother witli silver hair and tottering
step. Tho book is printed in clear
type, and illustrated' throughout.
Its author is John D. West, M. D.
Orders aro taken by Mr. Howell,
transmitted to his principals, and
will bo filled by return itcamcr.
This morning a motion was filed
in the Supremo Court in Equity, by
Thomas G. Thrum, plaintiff in the
case of Thomas G. Thrum vs. The
Pacific Commercial Advertiser and
H. J. Crcighton, that the hearing of
the abovo entitled cause be re
opened on its merits on the grounds
that tho plaintiff has discovered
that publication was duly made in
the Hawaiian Gazette newspaper
for 1879 and 1880 in all of tho
issues of said paper issued during
the two calendar months succeeding
the issuance of said certificate of
copyright, viz: Dec. 3, 10, 17, 2-1,
31, 1879, and January 7, 14, 21, 28,
1880, making nine times in all. That
owing to the lapse of time since the
said publication of said notice, the
plaintiff had forgotten and did not
know that said publication of said
notice in said Hawaiian Gazette
had been mado as above mentioned
until after trial on the 2nd instant.
A day for hearing on this motion
will bo agreed upon by counsel, and
fixed by tho Court.
In tho caso of II. H. Macf arlano
vs. Cecil Brown, action of replovin.
Jury waived. Mr. Justice Preston
gave the following decision yester
day; This is an action of replevin for a
horso, and comes before tho Court
on appeal from n judgment of the
Police Court, Honolulu, in favor of
Tho real defendant is Mr. James
Dodd, who left tho horso in ques
tion in tho charge (if the nominal
defendant, Mr. Cecil Brown.
I am of opinion that the ovidenco
supports tho plaintiff's claim and
that the contention of tho defend
ant's counsel, that ho exchanged a
marc belonging to his wife for tho
horse in question, while ho was tho
servant of tho plaintiff and with tho
plaintiff's knowledge, is not sup
ported by tho testimony.
I therefore find in favor of tho
plaintiff, adlrmlng the judgment of
tho lower Court, and direct that
judgment bo entered accordingly,
Wc went to ,the lecture room of
tho International Missionary Society,
last evening, at tho hour appointed
for services and found the congre
gation gathering in j this people boom
to have a way of moving forward
with their work in a quiet way and
yet awakening an interest in the
study of the Scriptures.
At the close of the song service,
the speaker spent u few minutes in
answering questions that had been
presented, and, by the way, this is
an Interesting feature in theso meet
ings which wo believe, is not usually
practiced by the clergy. The text
was Matt. 17:5 "This is my be
loved Son in whom I am well
pleased, hear yo him."
Tho speaker said it is an old pro
verb that "There aro two aides to
every story." While wo shall not
assail the truthfulness of this, we
wish to state that truth has but one
side; and the question before us
to-night is one of importance be
cause it involves a duty wc owe to
our God. It is a fact that nearly
all religionists worship on the llrst
day (Sunday), whllo some worship
on the seventh day (Sabbath). No
one can doubt but that good con
scientious persons arc ranged on
each side of this question ; yet it is
patent to all that both cannot bo
right. Then it is every Christian's
duty to seek after the truth on this
question and in our search wc must
heed the admonition found in the
last clause of our text "Hear ye
him" (Christ). I am an observer
of the seventh day ; but if any per
son will show mo from the Bible
that I am in error on this point, I
will immediately become a lirst day
advocate. Let us hear Christ in
regard to tho Sabbath and law.
Mr. Curtis then mado some very
forciblo arguments on tho following
lists. In Christ's sermon on the
mount, he said: "Think not that I
am come to destroy the law or the
prophets ; I am not come to destroy
but to fulfill." It was shown that
"fulfill" could not mean abrogate
by referring to Matt. 3:15 ; but that
it means "fully to preach." Cal.
1 :25 (margin). Ho then explained
the "jot" and "tittle" of Mat. 5:18,
which is, indeed, a very strong argu
ment for the perpetuity of all the
law of God. Christ kept the seventh
day (Sabbath) all his life Luke
4:10. He said it was made for
man Mark 2:27; hence it was
mado for Gentile as well as Jew. lie
based eternal life upon obedience to
all the law of God Matt. 19:17.
Christ finished the work of creation
on tho sixth day and rested on the
seventh, after which he blessed and
sanctified it; thus we have his ex
ample in the infancy of the world as
a Sabbath-keeper. 4,000 years after
when ho came to the earth as its re
deemer we have his example as a
Sabbath-keeper nil through his life,
and lie closed his earthly ministry
on the sixth day of the week again,
and again rested on the seventh day,
as ho had done 4,000 years pre
vious; and after the Sabbath was
passed.he arose early the llrst day
of tho week. Ills followers also
kept the Sabbath of tho command
ment after his death Luke 23:50.
Theso points were all dwelt upon by
tho speaker, and made vcr3' plain.
Tho subject announced for this
evening is "Tho Sabbath in the
A man .with a largo family of
daughters seldom keeps a dog.
S PERRY'S No. 1 Fatnllv Klnur is
otluml for salo by GONSALVE3 &
CO., Queen Street. 01
VIEWS f Iho Lava Flow of lf-87.
fiotn Negatives niiido on the second
day of the eruption, thowing the col.
unin of lava ntitlie fourco crater, nmy
lie seen ut tliu Photograph Booms of J.
GONSALVK-5, 12!) Kort Bt. 52
WE HAVE jiit received per Aus.
I nil In a nuw lot of AitMs' Ma
tcrlulii, Kliony Wiirc, Ura -kef, Cithluet
Friimus, KlHlic l-'iamw, cto. And wo
mo holier prepared than ever to make
Cornice and Picture Vramos, having
the largest and best sileutcd htuek of
.Moulding; in the Kingdom. Ki.nii
liltod.' AitT Stoui:. 31
l)u. Flint's Hkaht Bkmedv is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Din
ease and also for Discuses of Kidneys
mid Circultiaou. Descriptive book
witli every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Anents. 351
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING- OF
the iStHikholdurs of the lnlur-If.
land Steiini Navigation Co,, huld .March
1, 1887, the following oillccr.H were
elected for the ensuing year:
T. K. FOSTElt l'rcsidcnt
W. U. GODt'KEY Vioi'.l'rcMldeut
J. ENA Secretary
W. II. MoLBAN Treasurer
T. It. Fottw, G. II. Wilcox, W. II. God-
Irey ami .i i.nu.
J. ENA, Sccivlnry.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
llui People's leu and Itcfrigoiatlng
Co., hold this dity, the following olllccrs
wero elected for the ensuing yours
I. M. SASS Pieshlcnt
J 1C. WILDBlt Viccl'risldont
YV.E. h'OSTKH Secretary
W. K. WALL '1 reinsurer
J. II.PATY Auditor
in unci oils:
J. M. Sass, J. K. Wilder, W. J. Foster
W, E. FOSTER.
Sce'T P. 1. & Kef. Co.
Honolulu, March 1,1687. 71)101
COTTAGE TO LET.
.uW&A AT A VEIIY BE VBOXAIirn
fiiJij-ii? Charge tlun neat cou ic on
iJuSy tho plain?, ri'tcnilyo euplctl
by Mr. Peacock, rf Frceth & Peacock,
and aftorwiudi l,y Mr. IJb hin. The
eoltigo contains m veral rooms a nice
ymd, Hliible add carriage home, lor
parliculaiN iii'idy u ihu iirnntHcq or to
il. It. COL1HJHX, nt Oiihu PiNi.n iflif
COTTAGE TO 1,ET.
, A COIT.UJE ON HKltB-
lr?V5s lmi'1 Htr,,,, "d.oliitng the
rtfrtti 3 residence of .Mrs, Morvnu.
Cotuigi) eontiiiti't n nioniH vvlili kitchen,
Etc. Apply to E. P. A 11 A M S it C ).
nPHE well known ttUl
Apply at the HKA
A PLEASANT FKONT BOOM,
newly fiuiiNlicd, at 1!)." Nuiiaiiu
Avenue, by the week or mouth.
00 -lw MItS. O. NEEDHAM.
For Sale or JjCsihu.
aMIOSE PREMISES SLTUATT1) ON
1 unahmi Street called "Kaiuinilo.
hia," the piopcity of O. II. Judd, aie for
talo or for leatu lor a tirm of jcars.
For piirilculniii inquire of
ALEX. .). OAimVBIGIIT.
Honolulu. Dee 13. lfcHJ. If 08
FOR LEASE Oil SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
A MM, nt present occupied by G. D.
l'rcctti. Apply at nlllco of
12 If lUNmiatuiBlicct.
For Sale or to Loaso.
A COTTAGE on I.uualllo Street.
At proTiit (coupled by P. Opfcl.
gelt, E?q It contains parlor, dining
room and ii bedrooms, bath, pantry and
kitchen. A large yard with nultiuihl
lug for liorc, carriage and fcivnnt?.
17tf Apply to H..J.AGNEW.
TO LET Oil LEASE.
rpiIAT BUILDING FOKMKllLY
X occupied by Wong Lcong as his
residence at Ivnpilamii, near the Reform,
utory School, containing 7 looms, in
eluding Parlor, Brdroom, Dining-room
and kltchsii, is now ollVrcd for rent or
lcaso ut a ni"tt rcufconulilu rale. For In
formation enrpiiin at William it. CnUlo's
law olllce, or of Ah In, eoiuir of Here
tiuilamul Nuu mu Sticcls. 02 8w
THE BKSIDENCE AND
Pasture Iiwls ut Pnuo-i Vnl
Ivy. ocutinled bv 31rs. Liiiil'.
Apply on the premises. l!0lf
MONEY TO LOAN.
rTMIE undi'rsignul have money in loan
-I. in sums of not les than one thoiip.
and dollars upon K.itUfnctorv Fccuritv.
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY,
U0 Fott Street, Ilouolitlu.
A JAPANESE COOK wmiled; must
make himself generally uocful.
Apply at this Ofllce. 72
SIX GOOD DRESSMAKERS wanted
nt Clui", J. 1'MioW Dressmaking
Establishment. None Lut good hands
need to apply. 14 tf
aTlSS H. TUCK has removed fiom
JL Puiicilihoul street to JJo. 4.'J
Knuiiu NfriM'i, where she will ho
glad to meet all hrr pupils. Emhroiil.
cry and Fancy Work Classes now form
hir. Now Stumping Patterns iccclvcd
regularly by mull. 70tf
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Hawaiian lt'imlu Company,
(Limited), held on the 21th ihiy nt Feb.
ruiiry, lb87, al the olllei) of A. J. C.irt.
wrlght, Esijulre, the following officers
were dieted for Ihe ensuing year:
A..I. CAltT'.VRIGIlT President
E. I.YOA.N MunaL'vr
W. F. ALLEN .... Secretary .Treasurer
W. R. CASTLE Auditor
F. A. Bcnaefer, J. 11. l.ty, U. F. Dilllug.
ham, W. E. Fmtcr.
February, 21, lfrST. (18 lw
IS IIEKEDY GIVEN THAT OX AC
count of the doithof Yong Kong
Ung, Managircf thelliniof WiiigChong
l.ung, now lining htislni'ts on corner of
Maunakca mid llo'ul streets, Honolulu,
Liu Tau Iloorir is hereby appointed as
muii'igor of said llrui hereafter. He linn
full power to kign tho (lrni name and
honow money for Iho benefit of raid
II rm. Kl ihv
TITESSUS. E. PECK AND S. PECK
JLYJL have entered into a co.partncivhij)
under the linn name of C. & S. PECK,
r..... t , iiit l ...11, -
jiuiu .limning i, io?i,umi 'ui riur,)' on
I) raying and Foruuidlug Uiisinci.s in all
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT. corner Pensaeola
and f.iiualllo Sts, which can ho
illvldcl into two or more building lots.
Knqulroot G. WEST,
fil Of West, Dow & Co.
ONE TRAM OAK AND 100 FEET
ot'T Ralls, six iiouudu to llui font,
.wl'h bolls ami flnli-platcH complete.
Suitable fur Warehouse or Plantation.
Apply to IIOLLISTKRfcOO.
CATTLE TOR SALE.
AHOl'T 11C HEAD OF
ci in ne. c 1 1 iir -ii nun viiiHH
11 IIi'H'-ia mill nun Jursov Hull.
For snlo sltii'lv or In lots. Apply lo
.1011. SEAliURY, Mlllm street, jiut
above- Judge D.i.Mon's. (It) lw
T"YAN'B J30 AT BUILDING
I't ' SHOP. Itonr of LucaV MilL
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
:) &, (i Fort Street, Honolulu.
During; my absence from tins Kingdom my Entiro Stock of
Dry and Fancy Coods
litis been reduced JO per cent, less tlmn cost, in order to
niiike room lor new importations. Great Bargains are
offered. rfl s. EHRLICH.
If. 1IIJLD13I. -
licit Telephone 172.
The Best Manila Cigars in the Market!
Charles Sluait Cavcrley recently puhllHlicil n specimen of his lyrical talent,
entitled " Mr. Leslie's Song " of which the following two verses aie a J-peehncn:
There in a rapture exceeding all measure.
Left to enliven this sorrow fill worlds
Who docs n ol think of that moment with plcasuic,
When llrst round his lips iho wreathing smoke curled ?
Parents look grave or sick,
Call It a nasty trick,
Say it H rulnoui say It Is wronpj
Happy indeed is his lot,
Who, for there caring nol,
Pull's like a chbnncy.pot,
All the day long.
Some, who aro troubled with cndles entreaties
Strive for u time tills delight to forego; '
Vain ate their ellorti. their failure complete Ik
Life without smoklng's unbearably slow.
Soon their mistake they (1ml,
Leave nil such thoughts behind,
WUe resolution; all vanish in mole;
And to their cot they see
That, If their life must he
7l "lv ill be no joke.
from tho Temple of Pashlon nt greatly reduced into?, wc now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which du y competition.
These goods aie first class in every respect and consist of all grades and qunl.
Clotliim, Suitable ror M Kiel ana Poor alike.
In ollcrilne; them to our customers wo would moit respectfully draw their At
tention to the fact that we aro giving them tho benefit of our ehea'p lurgain and
invite the public in general to give us a c.ill and examine theso goods helore pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usunl line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is loo well known lo yicil cs-pcclnl comment. 59
I i Fred'ricksburg Brewing Co.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
Tho Lager Deer of the al ovo Ilrewcry
Was Awarded the First Prizes
At the Expoiltiom of 1E83 and ItSG
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Street?, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLANDVTRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
WHIG C1HV0 & CO.
Have removed to
No. ICING rtTBKET,
Net. Mauuakiiut Nnuiinu KK,
And beg leave lo notify the public tliat
Ihoy havo .hut received a
XXX MANELA CIGARS
And oilier choice hritids of the Best
Quality, for mlo nt model ate
prices; Also u full lino of
General Merchandise Groceries, Matting.
Clilnn A. .Inpuii TVun u Siirelnlty.
For Sale or Charter!
rffcA The llrltish Hark
!):W Ton, Clusa ;i L. 1. 1. Verlt'if, t for
wilu or oliarter,
Apply on board to
73 Ut. AliiRter.
Mutual Telephone 375.
Egan & Co.'s
iho entire Stock of
Will bo open every afternoon nml even,
inj; iN follows:
Monday, Turmluy, IVetliiexitny aad
To thopuhlio in general.
For Indies and gentlemen.
, Naturday Arternoonn,
For ladles, gentlemen and children.
Lessons In Fancy Skating.
Friday and Saturday KvoQlngs.
WILLIAM WALL, Mtwagor.
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