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SATURDAY, MAIL G. 1887.
Whaler Lancer from Xcw Bedford
Hohr Mpl Wnlilno from lliiiimkiiii
Sclir Hern from Utiroka, Oal
Ilk Uoylon from Sun Francisco
llktiii: Kiln from San Frnnelsco
Stmr Kllnuyu Hon from llatimkuti
Whaler Win. Bayles from New Bedford
Sclir Malolo for Laupahoehoo
Bgtno W Q Irwin fur San Francisco
Bohr Mol Wulilno for Iluniaktta.
Htim Kllattca Hon for l'aatilian, ICuIinlii-
lelu, Kiikutmi anil Ookata at 5 pin
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal at ft p m
Sclir Canute for Latipahouhou
For San Francisco, per brlgantlne W
O Irwin. March C-Mr and Mrs W 1
Davoy,MrO ami Miss l'felffer and J
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kilauea l,GO0 bags sugar.
Sebr Mol Wahlno 1.75U bags sugar.
Tim baTkcntlno KUu, Bust master,
ariivod this morning, 14Jg days from
San Frauelsoo with a general cargo.
She Is consigned to Drawer & Co.
The brlgautluo W G Irwin sailed this
morning for San FrnncUco, with 8,500
bags sugar, 1,5'J8 bags rice, ill bunches
bananas and 10 empty gasoline tanks.
Value 51,022 iiO.
The three masted behoouer Hera,
01oson, 2U days from Etiiekn, arrlied
thl morning with 170,018 feet surf red
wood, 15,008 feet rustic lumber, 108,080
feet rough lumber and 5,040 pickets, to
Mcsrs. Lowers & Cooke.
Tlio bark Ceylon, Calhoun, master,
arrived this morning 17 days from San
Francisco, with a general cargo. Sho Is
consigned to Messrs. Allen & ltoblnson.
Steamer Mkellko sails on Tuesday at
C i) m. , ,
Tlio Zolla for I'uget Sound and the
Martha Fisher for l'ortlund, Or., expect
to sail oii-Tucsday next.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Dk Sonoma, Howes
Dk Zolla, McKay
Dk Martha Fisher, Btiukiu
Ger bk C K Bishop, Wolters
Bklno Klikltat, Cutler
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Bktne S N Castie, Hubbard
Brit bark Velocity. Bolster
Sehr Hera, Ciosson
Bk Ceylon, Callioun
Bktne Klla, Bust
Am vli blc Helen Mars, from Sail
Francisco, duo l'eb 10-28
Am wh bk Francis Palmer, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
'Ani wh bk William Dayllles, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mary and Susan, from ban
Francisco, duo' Feb 10-28
' 'Am wh bk Mars, from San I- ratmlsco,
Ihio Feb 10-28 , , ,
Am wh bk Andrew Hicks, froin San
Francisco, duo r'eb 10-28
Am missionary steam bktne Morning
Slar, 11 F Turner, from tio South Sea
Islands, duo Fob 20-28
1 M S S City of Bio do Janeiro, W B
Cobb, from San 'Francisco, en route to
' Yokohama mul Hongkong, duo March
Am bark Tlmour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Dec 17, duo May 1-20.
Am wh bark Hunter, Geo W Junks,
from tho Lino Islands, duo March 10-ill.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
. t March 91-U1.
Am bk Coylon, R Callioun, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 18-2(1
'Haw sclir Geilcral Seigel, from French
Kfjgato ghouls, due Nov 20-'0.
I.0QAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Minister Morrill paid a visit to
tho'ncwbarkentineS. N. Castlo this
Tin: proprietors of tlio Steam
IiWlitry (iru scattering liand bills
tlirougliout tho city.
A weimn(1 that was to liavo taken
placo this ovening has boon post
poned on account of unforeseen dilll
culties. fiQMR mo opihm is expected by
tho S, S, City of New York, duo hero
to-day from Hongkong, en route for
A nativi: laborer on Brewer's
wharf had tho end of one of his fin
gers smashed by a piece of pig-iron,
" yostorday nftcrnoop.
J.'jij? usual temperancp mcoting,
this ovonjng, in Fowler's yard, under
Hib auspices of tio tempcranco com-
A shout Borinon will bo proaohed
hi English, at tlio Roman Catholic
Cathedral, after the 7 o'clock mass
. . . '
Romp, sugar and rico and, spvepil
hiwTr&J 1miu'lit'u'of bananas for San
FriVnciscd; 'por 8, H. City of Now
York, anion tlio V, M, H. 8, wliarl."
' '1'nubK hundred and fifty liogs (pr
J, 11. Congdon and 10,000 bricks on
tlio ship's account, wore among thu
freight by tho barkentino Ella, tliis
morning, from San Francisco.
tUnouau t m'a: plensp liimilier
pf 'people lp sco tjio solution of tho
apriso'l ru..iu'" hi tliis oveniug's
sstp, llto key is withheld to oblige
n'pyoriil jiprspns vlP Pit? ll9U!l'iincd
to wpvH It out,
Onk hundred and twelve thousand
four hundred and fify-six bricks for
Mr. Geo. Lucas, and ono donkey civ
Tim whaler' Lan'cor, Whitesido
piaster, nrn'yt'il yesterday afternoon,
M'x iiiriiitha from Noiv lMffiul, viti
Jffba'rrola'bf 'sncnii UilwUichwill be
tfJ-L' ' Jtu to disulpirgo vessels, ye0 aiiiong
v.C.Vi .-riU-f.lA.;V.V (M.lit. i'.fii,i-iil li Ihn IwiVk
a tftSk, Upyioiv, this'
"Jte5 iiiu ib - -.....- -j -
morning Jroin han
V I! lllllUiOWU.
Sthady Hostlers cnu find employ,
ment by applying to Air. (J. T. Guliek.
Ht. Alban's college hoys beat tho
Royal school boys, at ft gainii of foot
hull, this morning, nt Mnkiki.
At 2 o'clock thin afternoon the
Mutual Central reported the bark
Kulakaua oil Coco Head.
" DmtiNO Mr. Adler's absence from
the Kingdom, his daughter, Mies
Rose Adler, holds his full power of
A ciioivDKH liutiso of delighted
juveniles, with their mothers, greeted
tlio Japancuo Acrobats at thu Opera
House, litis afternoon.
Tun Japancso acrobats mako their,
final appearance at tlio Opera llouso
to-night. A crowded house may bo
expected, and tho only way to bo
sine of a scat is to fucureuuo before
hand at tho Elko Icu Cream Parlors.
Tin: auction sale oT land belonging
to tlio estate of Rev. Baldwin, which
was advertised for this noon, nt tho
sale rooms of Meiers. E. P. Adams &'
Co., was postponed until Monday
noon, March 7.
At the Lyceum to-niorrou'ovening,
at the half-past seven o'clock service,
Miss Cora Stone of Cincinnati will
sing Mcndclsshon's "But tho Lord is
mindful of His own," and tlio Rev.
Mr. Oggel will give hia viows on
Tun whaler Williams Bayles, Mon
trass, master, arrived this morning
106 days from New Bedford, with 250
barrels of sperm oil, taken on the
way. The Win. Bayles was lately
built and is on her first voyage.
Owi.vo to n change in delivery,
somo subscribers to tlio "Anglican
Church Chronicle" may not have re
ceived that periodical to-day. In all
such enses, tho editor will bo pleased
to havo application made direct to
him, and he will rectify tho omission.
Thu "Herald" says that a largo
gang, over ono hundred of Chinamen,
mutinied at Sprcckcls' plantation
Monday morning, and refused to givo
up their cane knives. They were
quietly silrrounded by limns and
police and disarmed without accident.
Mi:. J. M. Monsarrat and some
friends, whilo driving over Liliha
sheet yesterday afternoon, struck a
rut that bioko tho traces and fright
ened the horse. Tho gentlemen wcro
thrown into the mud, which they
dcclaro was kneo deep, and it was
with difficulty thoy prevented a moro
A OKNTiXMAM says ho thinks the
follow who discovered fivo ways of
doing the "prison puzzle" n pretty
smart pcri-on; becauso tho fornior,
after great study, found but two
ways. One was the wrong way, and
the other was spending $2,150 on lead
pencils iiutl paper, and sitting up nil
Mr.ssns, McChesney & Son's de
livery team camo thundering down
Nuuanu Avenue, this morning,
threatening destruction to everything
that camo in its way. There is no
knowing of tho damage that would
havo been dono, had not Mr. Harry
Von Holt given chaso and captured
tho furious runaway. Tlio breaking
of tho cross stick that supports the
shafts was tho only damage dono.
NOTES FROM CAPT. CAMERON.
Tlio following notes were received
from Captain Cameron, of the Ki
hiuea Iloif, lYlifch nrriv'ed this morn
ing. Rough weather in the channel
began Thursday night, and has con
tinued unabated. A roller of Halawa
mill broke down last, week, and was
brpng)t licrp Hi's mprning to bo
repaired ut the foundry. The
steamer Likeike was loading sugar
nt Ilakalati last Thursday ; saw tho
steamer Kinau off Paauhau last
i-l 1U. J-ll.l LBMglB
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Etnma Bqua'rp fflia after
noon, commencing ut 4 ;30 o'clock
Following is tho programme:
March The Guards Low
Overture QueeiLof Spades Suppu
Fantasia Happy Times, (new)
Polacca Polonlac, (now) Wluu
Selection Bohemian Qrl Balfo
AV'alu LocsTJi.caullant' ! Boeder
" ' ' 1.1 .'.''-JiL.'- J !
THE '-'BULLETIN" SUMflAfflf.
Is now issued and will bo found to
bo nn interesting and comprehensive
number, containing tlio latest
Volcano news, full particulars of
the wreelf o,f tlio hnrkuntlno Sellnn,
humorous editorial articles on local
topics, and a complete vcsinno of
Honolulu and island nows. To bo
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M, Jlowitt, Merchant stre&t,
and nyuW0(llc&:' '5 v v
VALUABLE LAND fQR SALE,
Monday next, at 12 o'clock noon,
is tho time appointed for tlio salo of
tlio Reformatory School land on
Liliha street, at tho salesroom of Mr.
Lewis J. Levey. Tho land will bo.
qffprcrt. In, two' Jota, adjoining e'acji
other, and aggregating ovor twevp
acres, T-hta (a undoubtedly the best
opportunity that liwj hoen offprod In
this dJ3trict to investors In real estate
for nmny a long day, and probably
will not bo again repeated for many
a long day to come. Tho land Is
vnhmblo for agricultural purposes,
ftflrt is well waturcit. Heing w'ncav
lliu, towiU'nniV'llctlltlilly "located, If
will ho oventually valua'blo'for build
iug.purposcs. ' .
Tho mortgagee's snlc of leases', by
Mr. Lewis J. Lovcy, this noon, was
well attended, but bidding was not
particularly lively. Tlio first lot
n lease of land nt Koolnii, with rice
mill, buildings, working oxen, etc.
wns purchased by Messrs. liyinnn
Urolliors, for 82,000. A fourth
Interest in the Wnisiliolo rico planta
tion was sold to .Sam Han for 825.
Lum Ka Wn was purchaser of thu
lease of land in Nuuanu street,
opposite the late Queen Emma's
residence, for $275.
A dancing school is regarded by
many ns a necessity of every com
munity that assumes the proportions
of a town, and tho absence of an
Institution of the kind in Honolulu
has been doomed a discreditabio
deficiency. An attempt is now be
ing mado to supply the lack. Mrs.
J. D. Strong has opened a dancing
school in the hull to the rear of the
Opera House, near tho lesidenco of
the Premier. Tlio hall is convenient
and comfortable for that purpose,
and parties mo availing themselves
of the opportunity for lessons and
practice on Friday evenings.
ANGLICAN CHURCH CHRONICLE.
The Atiflican Church Chronicle
for tho current month, published
to-day, is up to the usual standard ;
which means, that it is a good num
ber. It contains editorial articles
on Lent, the Cathedral choir, and
tlio Cathedral Building Fund. A
good word is spoken for Chinamen.
Rev. J. A. Cruzan is referred to in
complimentary terms. Church news,
local and foreign, occupy consider
able space. A second chapter of
"Tlio teaching of English to 11a
waiians" is given. "Our Pilgrim
age" Is lengthy. Those who do not
read the Chronicle, miss consider
able good intellectual food that can
not be found elsewhere,
BLUE RIBBON ENTERTAINMENT.
Tlio Blue Ribbon League will givo
another free entertainment nt the
Y. M. C. A. Hall this (Satur
day) evening, -with thu following
1 Vocal Solo Mr. MorMi
2 Reading .Mr. Maedonald
. ..Mrs. J. K. Hiiuford. Mr. L. Lvimiu
4 Reading Mr. J. F. Brown
5 Flute Solo with Piano Accompani
ment .Mr. Mor.o
0 Address Rev. E. C. Oggel
7 Solo Mrs. J. K. Hanford
8 Gospel Hymns mul Signing Pledge
The first of this series of enter
tainments given Inst Saturday even
ing, tho League scored a success.
Tlio object is to furnish for all a
bright, laughter-provoking, caret
dispelling hour, leavened with wis
dom. Tho ladies and young men
are especially invitod.
The performance given last oven
ing for tho benefit of tlio Maiio
Club by the young people, was, in
every respect a decided success.
Each and nil, male and female, filled
their respective roles with credit to
themselves and pleasure to the au
dience. "A Life on the Ocean
Wave" was executed in a masterly
manner putting the audience at
onco in good itimor. The violin
solo by Walter liilingiam was a
masterpiece of musical execution
for one so yoimg. The dialogue be
tween Ada Whitney and Lida West,
combined refinement with n happy
stylo that was pleasing to the list
ners. The yocal solo "White Wings"
by Wilio Berger, received well de
served rounds of applause, resulting
in an encore, which ho rendered with
an expression that captivated the
Miss E. V. Hall's reading, stamp
ed the 5'oung lady as an elocutionist.
Tlio piano solo by Arthur Wall was
exceedingly refreshing. Tho 'panto
mime was played with an earnest
ness and nrtistio simplicity, consti
tuting a splendid piece of acting.
The crowning piece of the even
ing was Willie Berger' s rendering
of "Where there's a Will there's a
Way,"it brought down tho hflK&o,un1(l
stamped hhn ns a. promising vocalist.'
The c.Ib'sing' cliorus liy the Club,,
"Johnnie Schmoker''' dismissed,
tho niulipnce with ff,ejins. pf ex
treme jilepsuyp a,t ilip treat provided
TERRIBLE DISASTER AT THE EAST-END
At n largo public hal i lYmcos
street in tho Viehilfy of St. Judo's
Church, Commercial street, on the
evening of Jan. 10, a Hebrew dra
matic club was giving a performance
for the benefit of a poor man of their
pursuasion, snd it is estimated tha
about four lpinih'od persons, wpro
prcsen Uo'htiil being full. AU.
went well tho audience, mostly
Jews, laughing merrily at tho fun,
and autics of tlio amateurs qii i((q
Bttjgc.-T-u.nti a few nihiHtcMieforo
eleven o'clock, when suddenly u rush
was mado by a body of the specta
tors to the main exit. A panic had
arisen on tlio report that tlicro pid
bepn w psf.app of gus,and n crowd
coming from tlio ccntro of tlio hall
meeting tlio peoplo running down
stairs Irom tlio gallery, whore tho
alarm seems to havo first spread, a
collision occurred. Tlioro was a
fierce fight for precedence, a number
of persons fell to tlio ground, and
tho broad swing doorway luwartyi
which, tley Imd'tieeiVuiakiug, whlolr
leads' into an nntc-roo'm, became
blocked.- The scene at this time was
one of intense excitement. Screams'
of terror and cries, of appeal and.
advice mingled, whilo tho mass
wedged in the doorway, struggled
and surged. To demonstrate that
no fire had broken out, it struck
someone that the wisest thing to do
wastoturnouttiiogas. This increased
tho fears of those who were pressing
down from tho gallery, and the posi
tion was fast becoming insupportable.
Women Willi children in their arms,
strong men lighting for life, and a
dreadful confused sound of screams
and cries for help, which came from
the hall ami the staircase, caused n
Kcene of horror of which reports
HOOIl reached tint strenf. llnfm-n
however, help could reach those
within, the main catastrophe occur
red. With a loud crack tho parti
tion, which stood between the crowd
wedged against it, on the staircase,
and tlio ante-rooni next to the street,
yiuldcd to the pressure. Instantly
pome forty or fifty persons fell over
the stairs to the ground, n distance
of only some two or thrco feet. For
tlioio who wcro beneath thero was no
escape f i om death. There they lay
in a small recess, a trap from which
there was no release. Hastily tho
police ran in, and endeavoured to
stem the rush of human beings who
each minute, as thoy came terror
btrlckcn from the hall, added to tho
heap of struggling victims. The
gas was rc-llghtcd, and with it there
was some accession of calm
ness. Quickly those who wcro at
the top of the pile, and were conse
quently tlio moro accessible, wcro
dragged from tlio mass and taken
into tho street, where they tottered
about, sick and fainting, until they
were found by friends, or received
assistance from the poor but sym
pathetic inhabitants of tlio street.
On rcaeiiing the bottom of tlio heap
it was found that seventeen persons
thirteen women, two boys, and
two men wcro dead. Others
whose injuries required surgical
treatment were conveyed to tlio
London Hospital. fliomc News.
Professor von Trcitschko has been
appointed historiographer of Prus
sia, to succeed the late Professor
Cardinal Jacobin! recently sent to
Lord Salisbury a present of the
third volume of tho works of St.
Cardinal Jacobini, the Papal Se
cretary of Stale, on tho plea of ill
health, has asked the Pope to ac
cept his resignation.
Tho consumption of boot blacking
in England in 1880 amounted to a
value of 500,000.
Roman Oatiiomg OatuFiDkai
High mass at 10 a. m. Benediction of
thu blessed sacrament at 4 :H0 i m. A
short Kngllsh sermon will bo preached
after the 7 o'clock mass In the morning.
Kaumakavim Ciiuiicii. Rov. J.
Wuhimau, pastor. Sunday school at
ii:i!0A. m. Preaching at 10 -iiO a, si.
Young people's meeting at 7 ;!I0 i ji.
IvAWAIAHAO ClIUIICIF. ROV. 11. II.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school nt 10
A. m. Preaching at 11 a. m.
Y. M. C. A. Young Men's Illble
Class In the parlor at 0:15 a. m., eon
ducted by the General Sceretarv. Gos
pel PralMs Servleo at 0 ::!0. Ccimo and
bring a friend.
Ciiink.sk Cmmpii. Fort stroot, near
corner Bereta'nla. Mr, To '4'niig U,
evangelist, Chinese Sundav School,
ii :30 a.m. Chlncsoand English Sun
day School, 2:!10 i, m. Preaching U
a. m. and 7iU0 i. m. Uiblo class in
ChlneseT. M. C, A, Hall, C I10 v. M,
Fout-stubkt Ciitmou. Rov, J. A.
Criijian, pastor, Meeting for Uiblo
study at 0:45 a. m. Services at 11 a. m.,
when tho rlto of infant baptism will bo
administered, new members received
and tho sacrament of tho Lord's Stippor
celebrated. Lessons from tho "Llfo of
an Uncompromising Young Man" will
bo Pastor Cruzan's tlienio tunday even
ing. All arc invited.
St. Anijukw's Oathf.diiai,. Jflrst
Congregation. Holy Communion, U;!0
a.m. Mo.in.lng urriyor nt 9 a. m., fol
lowed by ordination service at 0:!!0,
when tho Rov. W. II. Unrues will bo
raised to the preHiood. followed by
Holy Communion. Tho boiiunu will be
preached by the Bli-hop of. Honolulu.
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Hawaiian
evensong at i:'M. English evensong
with sermon by Rov, W, . Harues n't C
i xi. All sj!iit3 are, itmtpjiroprliited.
Sjicp.ud-' Congregation. ov. Qoorgo
Y?uIIHcot A. M.; pastor. Morujntf
prayer i Hcriiipn,- Hitf a- Mi
Lven.lng mavnyvylth, eenno.il, at 7 :UU ,
Aj, auiiuay school uiccts ntKU, si.
&pats, free jt all servlvw.
Betiif.l Union Concuikoation.
Rev. E. 0. Oggel, pastor. Services at
the Lyceum, Nuuanu avenuor at
A. m. and 7 :0 1 m. Sunday sohaof ami
Uiblo class nt ftiV o'clock, Lesson,
"Abraham offeilng Isaac" Gen. 22; 1-4.
A collection will bo taken up for tho
Rev. A. II. Smith's now Chapel In
North China. At tho 11 o'clock service
the rlto of Infant baptism will bo ad
ministered, new members received md
thu sacrament of thu Lord's Supper
culeibited. At tio cvoning service, be-,
ginning nt 7 :.'!0 o'clock, Miss Stono of
Cincinnati will slug, and the subject of
the seriuou will ho ".Tho Observance of
Lent." All will be made welcome,
Seamen and stranger unechilly liu
IS HERKBY GIVEN THAT ON AC
iimiit of the do.ith of Yong Kong
Ung Miinugir of tho llrui of Winn Cluing
Lung, now doing bnslnws on o.iinorof
Muuimkuu and llo'ul sheets, Honolulu,
Lin Tan lloorg is lie re by appointed as
m.iuagur of hit ul Hun licicaftcr, Ho Iris
lull power to vlgn tho 11 rut mime and
boriow money for the bi'iiuflt of said
II rm, (13 8w
FOR SALE !
ONE L.VHOB LOT. coior Poiifncolii
mul Ltiiiiilil(ivViu, wliloli ran ho
divMikil Into two or iiioto building loin.
Kmpilro if ' G. WEST,
.11 Of West, I)ow ifc Co.
RYAN'O BOAT BUILDING
SHOP, Rear of Lucas.'-Mill.
S PERRY'S No 1 F.unllv Flour U
ollered lor bale by (JOJS SALVES As
CO., Queen Street. ut
VIEWS f the Lava Flow of 1W.
IVoiii Netful Ives made ( u the bccoml
day of the eruption, ihowlng the col.
tinin of lina ut the fourcu cmlcr, innv
liu seen at ihi Plmlogrurh Itoolus of .1.
GONSALV M 1, 1 21 Fort St. r.2
WE HAVE J'lst received tier Alls,
tin I In a now lot or Aitl-us Mi
tuflil', Eliony Wnre, Mm kel, Citlntt
Friuni's, Rustic Plain 'p, etc And we
tiro butter prepaud tinin ever to nnike
CDriileos iiii'l Pletiiru Fianio.i, lihig
tlit liigeit and hoit silouteil sleek of
Mouldings In iIm Kingdom. Kino
IJiio.4.' .iit Stouk. Ml
I)u. Flint's Hkaiit Rhmkdv is a
Specillc for nil forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidnoys
and Circultinon. Dcscriptivo liook
with ovory bottle. Hcnson .Smith it
Co., AgontH. Hfil
Patuonizi: Homo Indtislry by Inn
ing cigars of.). W. lIiiigfoy,"Cigar
Maiiufiictiiier, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prepared In 1111 all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale prices. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no license is requited" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget tlio
name .1. W. llingley, nor tho placo
Crystal Soda Woiks, Hotel stiect.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE ON IJKRK
ttiiili Street, adjoining the
residence of Aim. Alnmiin.
Cotiiigiicnntniiisriiooiiiu with klluliun,
Etc. Apply to E. P. ADAMS & CO.
qpiIK well known II Coi'ihm
JL I'rcillixos. Apply ut the H HA
VE U SALOON 1.7 If
A PLEASANT FRONT ROOM.
r. newly furnished, nt 10.1 Nuuanu
Avenue, by tho week or month.
00 4w MltS. W. G. XBEDHAM.
For Sale or Lease.
rpiIOSE PHKMlSKSSlTUATlin ON
X. runiihou Slieel called "liiumnllo.
hia," the property of 0. II. Judd, aio for
sulo or for le.i-e for n irrm of years.
For piirlioutars inquire of
ALEX. .1. OARTWKIGHT.
Honolulu. Dec 1!?, UbO. U03
FOR LEASE Oil SALE.
rpiIE HOUSE AND LOT' AT WAI.
A. kikl, at present occupied by G. I).
Frcctli, Apply at otllcu of
FUhETH ,fc PEACOCK,
12 tf 211 Nuuanu street.
TO LET Oil LEASE.
rpiIAT BUILDING FORMKKLY
1. occupied by Wong Liong us bis
ros-idunee at ICnp.iliimii, near the Reform,
atory School, coniiiinlnir 7 rooms, in.
eluding Parlor, Bedroom, niulng.rocm
and kltchuu, is now otlVrud for rout or
Icatu nt 11 mint ruiisonatilu rate. For in
forumilon empilre at William II Castle's
law otllce, or of Ah In, corner or Here
tiinhi anil Nliuiinu Streets. (!3 !!w
THE RKSIDKNOH AND
Pasture Linds at J'.iucn Val
1'iy. occiidIciI bv Airs. T.oiiLr.
Apply on the premises. JliV.f
3ION13Y TO LOAN.
THE undersign! d liavo money toloui
In stuns of not less than one tlious.
nnd dollnrs upon sntisruolorv cpcnrliv.
SMITH, THUHSTON & KINNEY.
02tf (iO Fort Street, Honolulu.
A JAPANESE COOK wanted ; must
niiiko hlinFulf ccucnillv useful.
Apply at this Ofll ce,
SIX GOOD DRKS3MAKEHS wan'ed
nt Clin, .1. Fldiel's Drctsmaklng
l.stiibll.shmt'itt. Nona but good hiiiins
need to upply. u if
-""- - 'i'!!1;.1 i. -
MISS H,TUCK lias removed from
1'iiiiclibowl M rout to Xo. -lit
I'iiiuim Nlrvct, "U(!i- fliu will be
glad to meet all her pupils. Einbrold.
e.ry and Fanny Work Clustes now form
lug Now Mumping Patterns received
ruuuliiiry by nisi-. 70tf
" ' ' " '" 1 1 1 1 -" glW'r'
AT TUB ANNUAL MEKITNO OF
J. thu People's lee and Refrigerating
0i., held this day, thu full owing oflleers
were elected for ihu euauliig yuan
J. M.SASS Picsldcnt
J K. WlLDlilt Vice.l'risldctit
W. E. FOSTER S-orutury
W. 1'. VA I.T. .TiVMimlu'r
J. H.PA'IY,. .,.,..., Auditor
J. M. Snss, .1. K. Wl der, AV. E. Foster
Honolulu, March 1, 18S7. Vi lot
AT THE ANNUAL MEKTING OF
Ibo Slixildiolilcrs of the lulor-Is-land
Steam Navigation Co.. held March
1. 1887, tlio following oillcers wcro
oli'Ctcd for the ensuing year:
T. R. FOSTI'.R Ptrsldtnt
W. It. GllDc'ltEY Vlee.l'riHltlunl
.1. EXA .S.'cretnry
W. H.M11LKAN TreiiHtirer
P.O. JONES Auditor
T. It. Fott-r, 0 11. WVouf, W. 11. God
frey and .1 Kim.
Ill w J. ENA.Senvtnry.
ONK THAM CAU AND 00 FEET
of T ltnl,U, six nniintls to ihu foot,
wl'h bolto and fljli-pliilo-i complete.
Suitable frr WniohmiMi or Plantation.
Apply to IIOLLISTKR&OO.
FEMPLE OF- FASHION,"-
:; & 5 Fort Street, Honolulu.
' SlJEOl-AJJ NOTICE.
During my nhst'iico from this Kingdom my Entire Stock of
and Fancy Goods
ITas boon reduced 10 per cent, less Hum eost, in order to
make room for new importations. Great Bargains are
V. XIILlilQR, ...
Itell Tclcptioiie i;.
The Best Manila Cigars in the Market!
(Jlmrlen Stuait Cavetlpy recently published a specimen of his lyrical tulcnt,
1 nllileil " Mr. Liullc'a Song " of which the following two votes lire a cpcolineu:
Tlicro Is a tanluro exceeding all measure,
Left to enliven this nonowful world;
Who does not tliltil; of that mumeiit with pleasure,
Whin first round hta lips tlio wreathing smoke curled 1
Parents look grave or nick, '
Call it n misty trick,
Sny It I ruinous sny It Is wrong; ' 1
Happy Indeed h hi lot, ' -' .
Who, for these caring not,
Ptilft llko a clilnmcy.pot,
All tho day long.
Some, who, nre troubled with endlcii tntrcalie?,
Sttlvu for a time IliU delight to forugo;
Vain ate their cllorts their failure complete e- " .
I.lfu wilhniil smokiug'H unlicurnbly plow.
Soon tliulr mistake they linil,
Lelvo alt Buck thoughts behind,
Wise resolutloni all vanish in smoke; '
And to their cost ihey see , '
Thin, If their llfo must be
71 'Twill bo 110 Joke.
Haii.ig bought the
aswsBBTO cut tfiTCJii X In c
Igmm m tgdil m uUi o
From tho Temple of Fiifililoii at greatly reduced tato, wo now olTur them to our
numerous patrons at prices which du ' competition.
Tlitu goods aru llr.-l class in every respect and toml-t of all grades and iual.
GlithinL Suitable tor tki Bid ai Poor alto.
In oirenlng them to our customers wo would most respectfully diaw their at
tention to the fact thai wo arc giving thc-m thu h?ncflt of our chea'p birg.iin and
invito tho public in guiornl to irivu us n cull mid exitmino tliesa goods before pur-.
clinshig elsewhere. Our usiril line of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need
SAN JOSE, CAL.
Tho Lager Uecr of
Z xrh a. 1 uu-p: r-:
At tho EspiMlUoiH
-. iFEEETH &
J 80 um HONOLULU,
IMl'Oltriill AXD DKAI.'Slt IN
istom o IVIade o Cfothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streot?, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND'.TRADE SOLICITED AND
riHAS. T. GULICK, NOl'AHY
J FUIJLIO. UuiurallliisliiissAgoii.
ov. llll'p, Accoimlt. and llcnls rollccied.
Mu. JOHN GOOO, Jit., authoilzid col.
Employment Agency. Mn. F.MA.HCOS,
tipcciitl A gunt.
All orders Pent to Xo. 3S IMe'-chant
Street will receive ptonipt attention.
Hell Telephone IIIN. V. . II ox :i,
Ilnvo rnuiivcil to
is'. n icino strjbisx,
Hut. Mauunkca & Kuuauii $i..
And beg leuvo to notify tho public that
thoy hnvu JiM received a
XXX MANILA CIGARS
And other choice brniiilR of thuTtcst
Quality, for mlo at niotleratu
jirtru'. Also a full line of
Gonorsl Mcrchandlso, Groceries, Matting.
Olilnn. & Jiiiuui TeiiH 11 Hneclnlt-;
- - Proprietor.
niiidiat Tclcjihoim .'J7.'i.
entire Stock of
H II I'll I
tho nl ovo Ilrewery
of 168J and If SO
Will bo open (very nltornooa nud even,
ing as' follows:
Momlny, TucHilny, WmncNitay and.
To the public in general.
Ji-JS I JA.V IJVENlNQa,
For Imlloi and gentlemen.
For lftdli'8, goutlemeii and childnn.
l.vHona lu Fancy Skr.t'.ng.
Frllay nnd5;aturdy oilnga.