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TUESDAY, MAR. 8. 1887.
Schr Miinmikawnl from Ivoolatt
Schr Mann from llotionui
Schr Knwallanl from Kuolmi
Schr llnluhnw from Knolnu
Svimlcr Mary & Susiiii fiom d outlse
StmrW G Ilnll from Knit, Komi,
allien mid l.ahatnn
Ilk Sonoma for Han Francisco
Schr Manuoknwal fot Koolitu
Slmr 0 It lllshop, for Walanne, Ilana-
mnulu, Klhuteii, mid Hannlel at
StmrMiknhala for Xawlllwlli, Koloi.
Eleelc, Wnhiica, anil Kckalm, at "
.Slmr Klnau for Maul and 11 awn II at 4
o'clock p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk Martini FMier. for Portland, Or
Schr Kiiilim for Kaiint
For Kaliitlnl, iier stmr Llkellkc, Mar
7 Hon .f Ii Knuhikou, Brother llcr-
tram, II P Baldwin, lion II Knlliclanl,
F Scholtz, W Shane, and about &0 deck.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Mnmiokiuvnl 300 b:igsof rice.
Senr Kawallanl 000 bags of rice.
'' SHIPPING NOTES.
'I'lio bk Patterson Is loading sugar for
Uackfeld & Co.
The sailing of thn steamer Kllanca
lion was deferred until thl noon so as
to take Homo inaobliiery from tbo foun
dry for Paauliau.
Mr Slmonson's steam seow landed tho
250 barrels of sperm oil from tbo whal
ing bark William Haylllcs, and 70 bar
rels of oil from the Lancer at tho
Oceanic Coinpany'3 wharf, yesterday.
The oil will bo transhipped toSan Fran
cisco by the steamship Australia- next
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Bk Zolla, McKay
Bk Martha Flslier, Bueklu
Ger bk O It Bishop. Woltois .
Bk Forest Queen, Winding
Bktne S N Castle, llnbbard
Schr Hera, Clossou
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun
Bk Kalakaua, Armstrong
Am wh bk Helen Mars, from San
..Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Francis Palmer, from San
Francisco, due Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mars, from San Francisco,
duo Feb 10-28
Am wli bk Andrew Hicks, from San
Franelsco, duo Feb 10-28
Am missionary steam bktno Morning
Star, II F Turner, from the South Sea
Islands, duo Feb 20-2S
P M S S City of ltlo do Janeiro, W B
Cobb, from San Francisco, en loutc to
Yokohama and Hongkong, duo March
Am bark Tlniour, Brewer, sailed from
Boston, Deo 17, duo May 1-20.
Am wh bark Hunter, Geo W .Tenks,
from tho Line Islands, duo March 10-31.
Ger hark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
March 21 -ill.
Am bk Ceylon, It Calhoun, from San
Frauclsco, duo Feb 18-2(8
Haw schr General Selgel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Geo. W. DoLong Post, . A.
Ml., will incut this ovoning.
Special pictures uro advertised for
by Mr. A. M. Howett.
Nolth'h hen roost was robbed
tigain last nig'ht chicken-curry to
morrow. The J3. S. Australia will hit duo
from tho Coast about noon to-morrow.
Tub Chinese gaming cnseoccupicd
tho attdntion of tho Police Court the
whole of to-day.
A nkw lioor is .being laid on tlio
basemont of tho store- lately occupied
by the Panorama of Kilauca.
Six whalers wore off port at six
o'clock this morhing, and at 10:fifi
nnothor whaler hovo in sight.
At tho Tract and Missionary Hall,
this evening, "Spiritualism in tho
light of tho Bible" will bo tho tliomo
A DKcnuw.u residunco on Lunu
lilorfjireot will ho sold at public auc-.v-wiion,
by Messrs. E. P. Adams & Co.,
f on Saturday, April 2nd.
Tim mail matter despatched from
tho Post Ofllco by tho City of Now
York yesterday, consisted of .'1,470
letters and 1,(IJ8 papers.
Tiik residence of Mr. K. C. Damon
and 7 :I10 o'clock this ovoning, uro tho
jdaco and timo nppointed for tliu noxt
meeting of tho Bethel Union Sunday
Tub box plan of tho Hawaiian
Opera House, is opon nt Mr. Iluwott's
bookstore, where seats may now bo
reserved for tho Japanese Aciobalio
show to-morrow evening.
Tun first moonlight conceit, after a
season of blank occasioned by tho
demise of tliu late PiincesH Likcliko,
was given at Eiuinu Square last night.
Tho uttoiulancu was largo, awl tho
musio doubly nppicciated because of
tliu blank preceding.
Mil. John T. Daro picked up tho
breust pin, Jost on Satimluy evening,
and advertised in' last evening's
liui.i.im.v, on Hotel street this morn
ing. Mr. Daro loft tho juwol at this
ollleo -with tlio request that tho $
rowaul ollered, bo given towaids fur
nishing tliu reading room of tlio Ha
waiian Branch of tho Y. M. O. A.
Tlio pin was givon to Mr. Hothwell,
Ijo advertised lor it.
A.v important sale of household fur
nlturo will take placo on Friday
next, at tlio late residence of Mr.
Bruno Cartwright. Messrs. E. P.
Adams ct Co. acting as auctioneers.
Mn. A. M. Howett may bo found at
his bookstoie, Campbell's block,
Merchant street, after 7 o'clock of an
evening, by poisons who may bo in
want 'of material in his line. His
homo is in a snug littlu loom behind
tlio store, and a lap at tho front
door will soon bring him to tlio fi out.
Tin: "Herald" leporls tho com
mencement and extinguishment of a
tiro tit Palama, nt 1 o'clock this
morning. The llro was discovered
in a stablo used by tho Union Dairy,
by Mrs. 1). Logan, who moused Mr.
llingloy, tho next door neighbor,
and ho succeeded in extinguishing it
with buckets of water.
Mim. S. O. Damon lias presented
tho Lilnary Association with bound
files of tliu Polynesian for sevon years,
also numbers of tho "Friend" to com
plete the association's file of that
publication up to tliu time when it
passed .out of the hands of her late
husband. A package of books has
also been received from Mrs. Jos.
Woiw was received yesterday ofter
tioou of n lobbcry committed nt the
Half-way house, Nuuanu road, last
Satuiday night. Some person or per
sons oH'rotod an entrance into tlio
houso from tho back, and securing
n shot-gun and n spring-field rifle, de
camped with the booty. Tho guns
are said to have been tho property of
Mr. Veiny, carpenter.
The Royal Hawaiian Hand will
play nt Emma Square this even
ing, commencing nt 7:30 o'clock.
Following is the programme:
March The Soldiers Bompezottl
Ovcrtuic French Comedv Bella
Ballet Alcoste Glitch
Selection The Loiuhnrdlans Verdi
Medley Iteverlo Beyer
Waltz-The Fnliies Crowe
March Flro Brigade . Dace
Polka Comrade '. . Waldtcufcl
THE ALDEN BESSIE HEARD FROM.
Tlio bark Allien Bessie was 28
days going from here to Hongkong.
The Coloma 31 days. The Edward
Kidder 29 days. The passengers
by the Edward Kidder were so well
pleased witii the ship, the captain
mid ofllccrs, and the manner in
which they were treated, that, on
their arrival at Hongkong, they pre
sented Captain Grillln with a beau
tiful silk (lag. Messrs. Laine& Co.,
the agents of the above vessels, pro
mised the passengers if they were
not satisfied "en voyage" with their
treatment, etc., the passage money
would be refunded. This result
speaks for itself, and the 20 years'
reputation of the vessels of the
Noycs Bros, still continues good as
usual. The vessels of this line will
call here on or about the 1st of
MUSICALE AT OAHU COLLEGE.
Following is the programme of a
musicalc to be given nt Oahu Col
lege, Punahou, this evening:
1. Piano Duet "Overture to
Caliph of Bagdad," (Uoieldieu)
Anna Kinnoy and Adelo Widdificld.
2. Vocal Duet "Tho Song of
the Birds," (Rubinstein) Mrs. Han
ford and Kate Kodgers.
3. Piano Solo "Fantnsie Bil
der," (Schumann) Hessio Dickson.
4. Vocal Duet "Tho Angel,"
(Rubinstein) Laurita Dickson and
5. Piano Solo " Fabliau,"
(Raff) Kate Rodgers.
C. Song "The Tar's Farewell,"
(Adams) Levi Lyman.
7. Chorus "Tho Winds Whis
tle Cold," (Bishop) Punahou Glco
1. Chorus "Hymn to Night,"
(Beethoven) Punahou Gleo Club.
2. Duet for Piano and Violin
" Sonatina," (Dussck) Minmo
Brown and Prof. Yarndlcy.
it. Song "O Luce di Quest
Anima," (Donizetti) Jannie Grieve.
1. Piano Solo "Minuet," (Bo
eherini) May Dillingham.
fi. Song "My Little Woman,"
(Osgood) Prof. Van Slykc.
0. Piano Solo "II Trovatoro,"
(Verdi) Emily Ilalstead.
7. Chorus "Norwegian Wed
ding March," (Sodcrmann) Puna
hou Glee Club.
A TALK ABOUT MATRIMONY.
It's about time you got married
3'oung man, said u benedict to a
young fellow ncquaintanco the other
day. Married ! why you contempt
able, malicious benedict, do you
want me to give up the pleasures of
a frco ami easy life for one of
slavery ? Oh no, you dont catch this
chicken getting married ; no sir, give
mo liberty or givo mo death every
time. But by the way old man,
continued the young bachelor,
you've been 'through the mill, now
give mo your candid opinion of
matrimony and tell mo why a fellow
living in Honolulu has to to send
abroad for a wife. Well, began the
benedict, I'll tell you my experience.
About three years ago I was as
determined not to marry as you aro
now. I chanced however to become
acquainted with a young lad', who
entirely changed my views, and is
now my wife. I had previously met
many of Honolulu society ladies at
parties, and such thoughts ns lovo
nud matrimony never dawned upon
me. This particular young lady ic
fcrrcd to, possessed neither beauty
nor riches, and I was not captivated
in the least on our first acquaintance.
But she had sufficient sense and
politeness, when we became fairly
acquainted, to invite mo to call, an
invitation rarely given by Honolulu
ladies. I called, passed a pleasant
evening, called again mid it wound
up with the same old story a pro
posal, an engagement, tho wedding
and now I'm a happy father. A
happy father? asked the young
bachelor, emphasizing tho word
happy. I doubt it, sir. Pardon
my plain speaking, but 1 firmly be
lieve that the average man who has
been lured by Cupid's whisperings,
into the wob of matrimony and
bound hand and foot ly the nuptial
knot, will not admit his folly,
and of having prayed for freedom
again. There was a lull for a
moment, the benedict was zgaing
into space, thinking of his past,
present and future, when all of a
sudden he came down on the table
with his clenched fist nud said, I am
happy and if I should lose my wifo
and child I would be one of the most
miserable men that ever existed.
The bachelor looked at his watch,
and mumbled something about wait
ing a yenr or two longer. Now the
two never speak as they pass by.
For the month of Feb., 1887:
Tliu total number of deaths reported
for tho month of Feb. was -I!!, dlstil-
buted as follows:
Under 1 year....
From 1 to 5
From fi to 10....
From 10 to 20...
From 20 to UO...
Fiom 80 to -10..
Fiom -10 to no..
From fio to 00. .
From 1.0 to 70..
..27 Fcinali'r, 1(!
Great 111 Italu...
causk of i:.vru:
Congestion . . .
Dis. of Heart..
. . . .lit
Number uimttcmli'd 11
COMI'AItATIVi: MOXTIIt.r moutamtv:
Annual death rate per 1000 for month
sicKNr.ss in Tin: schools.
Fort Street School.
St. Louis' College
J. II. BlSOWN,
Agent Board of Health.
SUPREME COURT. .
BEFORE JUDD, C. .1.
Monday, March 7th.
Wilfong vs. J. II. Paty, bill in
equity to recover shares of the Ha
waiian Agricultural Co. Heard and
decision reserved. S. B. Dole for
plaintiff, F. M. Hatch for defen
dant. BEFORE I.. l'CUM,Y, J.
In re guardianship of Chung Moy,
a Chinese girl, n minor. Tho peti
tion of Ah Kui for guardianship was
refused, and the minor remains in
the custody of Win. White, of Ililo,
Hawaii. His Excellency A. Rosa
for petitioner, J. M. Pocpoo for
All Kui later on filed a petition
for a writ of habeas corpus to get
possession of the girl.
HOW BEES SWARM.
In spring time, when new life is
apparent about the hive, if the
combs are examined we will find
several atom cup-shaped protuber
ances, and as soon ns the bees in
tend to swarm tho specially prepared
and highly concentrated food re
quired for tho queen lnrviu is
deposited therein. At intervals of
from one to three days cither the
queen deposits- an egg or one is
brought from a neighboring cell,
and is placed upon the mass of
white looking food nud covered witii
a milky iluid. In three days It
hatches into a grub which grows with
astonishing rapidity, more than
doubling in size each day. In seven
days it will have grown from less
than tho size of tlio egg (about tho
1-lGtli of an inch), to that of a full
grown beo, and completely fills tliu
cell, the sides of which have been
elongated until it hangs on the
comb, something like an inverted
pear. Several of these may bo ob
served alone together; they aro
queen cells, and will bo instantly
recognized. As soon as these cells
uro started tho queen lays eggs at n
tremendous rate, and by the time
they nro sealed over, which is about
nine days after the egg is laid, tho
swarm fs ready to emerge and seek
a new home. The day after tho
queen cells aro all healed over and
no longer require nursing, prepara
tions nro mndo by a large number,
considerably more than half of tho
bees, to leave their old home, a new
energy and tremendous excitement
is noticeable, a few bees will start
the "swarming noto" iiibido the
liivo, and it seemed nt once as
though the whole swarm had gone
frantic, tlicy rush pell melt from the
liivo, old and young, workers mid
drones indiscriminately, and taking
up the sound of the
lenders of the
movement, commence citclingarouud
in tho uir until n convenient spot on
which to cluster has been determined
on, when a new note is given utter
ance to, and circling round in ever
diminishing circles the bees cluster
together in a mass at no great
distance from their old home. Now
is the time if one wishes to secure
them, for even before the swarm has
completed clustering a number of
older bees start in senreli of a new
home, and should they succeed mid
return and find the cluster where
they left it or find it at nil in the
vicinity, they will conduct it away,
and no inducement or effort on the
pint of man will bo sulllcicnt to slay
them. Occasionally a swarm will
conic foith nud go straight awny
without clustering at all, but it will
be very seldom if thero is a conveni
ent place in the vicinity. G. B.
Peters says it is probablj' not more
than ono in a hundred that will do
so, and they have chosen a locality
before coining foith. He had three
do this, and as ho follow ed them I
will let him tell his story in his own
language: "Now these runaways
went right straight out of the liivo to
a hollow tree, moving slowly and
near the ground, scarcely above mj
head, and I followed them onco on
foot and twice on horseback, and
easily kept pace with them; they
took a bee line to sonic hollow trees,
about half a mile off ; I suppose all
such have a hollow tree near by. I
noticed a lot of revolving bees in
each, about S feet through, leading
tho van with a hissing sound, not
unlike tho bees when exasperated.
Thnt sound was in plain contrast
with the roaring of the great mass
of bees that followed in tho rear,
and it is that peculiar sound that
makes bees frantic with tiio impulse
to follow it so that lliey cannot be
prevented short of actual destruc
tion. N. Z. Paper.
DICKENS "GOLDEN DUST MAN."
Mr. John Braye, a member of the
Kensington vestry, communicates
the following inteicsting particulars
of the dustman's calling to tho
The scavengeiing business is the
most healthy of all the occupations
of tliu people. 1 lately applied to
the Registrar-General for a return
of the death rato among this class of
the community, but, by some over
sight, there is no tabulated informa
tion on tlio subject, although in
Loudon there nro over !10,000 men
and women engaged in the business.
As there is no published statement
I wrote to the registrar of a town
willi 172,000 population for their
return for 188." of deaths of scaven
gers and dustmen. He officially re
plied that, to his surprise, there was
not a single death last year, but this
year one had committed suicide.
Out of the number of men employed
in tlio town thero ought to have been
six deaths according to tlio average ;
this seems strange, as many of tlio
men arc old when they drop down
to this kind of employment. As to
the healthiness of the calling, I have
the authority of a gentleman de
scended fiom a long line of dust
contractors, and a near relation to
Mr. Bollln, immortalized by Dickens
in "Our Mutual Friend" as the
"Golden Dustman." Ho attributes
it to sotno properties thrown off I13'
tliu burnt coal, and thinks that the
doctors who prescribe charcoal have
only stumbled on a small portion of
which it is capable of doing. This
gentleman, who is still slightly con
nected witii the dust business, I will
call, Bollln, junior; ho wns well ac
quainted with the the great novelist,
made a largo fortune in the family
business, devotes his time, and, I
should think, a considerable sum of
money, to tlio study of natural
history (his place is a sort of zoo
logical and botanic gardon com
bined) ; and he is as conversant
with Darwin and tho great man of
science ns lie is witii the best means
of making money out of dustbin re
fuse. So, Hueh'is the force of habit,
that he has set aside a corner of his
park for the neighboring townfolks
to shoot their dust. Ho says he
likes tho smell ; it reminds him of
old times; and ho looks on it as a
sort of "family tree;" the only
objectors aie his sons, when they
run down with their college friends
to see him. The story told by
Dickens is substantially correct.
.Mr. Bollln had ono daughter; she
wns sought in mnrriago by a gentle
man of aiistneratic connections. On
the wedding morn tho "golden dust
man," instead of coming down with
a big cheque, to the dismay of the
gentleman, said the only present he
could make tho bride would he one
of his dust heaps. The bridegroom
accepted, as ho thought, a bad bar
gain ; but he sold it to the brick
makers for 10,000.
i. u .1 , i- .
A factory is to bo established in
Venice in the present botanical gar
dens for tho const ruction of toipc
doos, and a largo torpedo dock is
also to he constructed.
A mild request A call for
of restaurant coffee.
ANY PKHSON HAVING ANY OB
all of the plctuios named below,
eltlior 10 limn or to nut to lespousililo
imrtks will nli'iiMi H'lid luhlrcK to Mr.
A. M. llKWKTT, Booksillcr, .Meiehant
School ot tho Voslals.
notnrn ol tho llonpcrs,
Mary Qnocn of Scots, with hor (our Marys,
THE "PULLETIH" SUMMARY.
Is now issued und will bo found to
be an interesting und comprehensive
number, containing the latest
Volcano news, full particulars of
the wreck of the barkenlinu Seliua,
numerous cditoiinl articles on local
topics, and a complete icsiimc of
Honolulu and island news. To be
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewitt, Meiehant street,
and But.unix Olllce.
QPERRY'S No. 1 Fumllv Flour Is
O I'lluml for sale lijr UONSALVIM it
CO., Q ii-cii Streit. (il
VIEWS of tlio Lava Flow of lf87.
r.iim XlvhiIv -h lniidi) mi the second
(lay of tlie en pi, on. hiwini; the col.
Hum of It n .i il.ii Minrru rratrr, liriv
Iiufucii m ih I'lio .mr.iili Booms of .1.
(JONSALVKi. IS'I Foil Ml.
WE HAVE Just ncelvul cr Aus.
tralia a ii"w lot of AitUis' .Miv
tcriiU, Kiony Vrc, liiiHict, Cilinct
Frnincs, lln-ilo F am , etc And we
nro liullur prunartd than ever to make
Cornices imtl I'irturu Finnic, liailnj,'
Hie ltiigel and lu-t silejied sioclj 01
Mnuldinc'. in tin- Kingdom. ICi.nu
linos.' iMit !ttoji; ill
Dk. Flint's 1Ii:aiit J1i:mi:dy is a
Specific for all forms of Ifeait Dis
ease nud alto for Diseases of Kidneys
and Ciicultinun. Dcsciiptivu book
with every bottle. Benson Smith it
Co., Aucntf). 3."il
Pathojjizi: Homo industry by buy
ing eimus of J. V. Hiiijiley.'Cigar
Manufacturer, nt the Crystal Soda
Woiks, where he is prepateil to fill all
ordeis at the lowest po.-siblu whole
sale prices. Iskind orders solicited
and promptly iilltd. The attention
of deitleis is U'-pictfully invited to
tliu fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigius. Do not forget the
name .1. V. llingloy, nor tho place
(Jiystal Soda Works, Hotel street.
COTTAG-JE TO 1,ET.
AifflA A CO IT AG 13 ON unitB
fiiirK'S5 ,linil Ntri'i-t, iid.iiinlm: the
feULcsSS refill m.o ot .W-. Muipin.
Cotlngi! coulidn 1 moms with l.iicheii,
Ktc. Apply to TC P. ADAMS & CO.
HUB woll known (Mil C'orm'f
i'remisi'N. Aimlv nt the Ui-.A-
VKIl &AI.OON 1-7 if
A PLBASANT FRONT ROOM,
i newly furulslipil, at 1!)." Nuuanu
Avenue, bv the week 01 mouth.
CO-lw JlltS. W. G. NKKDHAM.
For Hsilo or Lease.
(J-tllOSi: PltBMlSKSRlTUATIiD ON
JL riinalioii Street callid "Kaunnilo.
lit 1," the piop. itv of O. II J mid, mo for
sale or for le.iso for n tirm ol yens.
For particular inquire of
ALKX. .1. OAltrWIUQHT.
Honolulu. Dec. 13, l(.go. tf 03
FOR LEASE OJl SALE.
run: house and lop at
JL Kim, III pu'SGIIt rxciipiCll 1V
V . .
Apply at oillo.' ot
Fiti KT1I A I'LACOCIC,
J.l Nuuanu street.
TO LET OK LEASE.
rpHAT nUH.DiNU FOKMKHLY
JL. occupied b oi.g Lionjr as his
rundown nt K ip ilam , i.ear the llelurm.
atory School, 1,0 induing 7 rooms, in
eludim; P.ulir, Ijediorun, Ditilnp-rorni
and l.iicheii, 1 Mii olViivd for rent or
lento ill a ni"M 1 i-siv-oiiivf lis rule. For In
fin million cmpiliii fit William It, Ca tic's
law olllce, or of Ah In, comer of liere
lanla and Nun tun Stu-el. 03 !lw
TIIK BKSIDKNrK AND
Prtiiiuro Luulu ut P.uioiV'd
1"V, (ici'iinlid bv 31rs. Loiil'.
Apply on tliu premises. ttlif
MONEY TO LOAN.
fTMlK uiiiluil).'ui(l luivo money to limn
JL in RiiuiH of noi lcs than one tliou.
ami dollars u nun sitl-fiu'torv security.
SMITH, TIIUIiSTON A KINNKY.
(12tf f(l Fort Street, Honolulu.
A .IAPANE-W OrHi m-iucd; must
t nvihc hl'wif jiouerslly useful.
Apply at this Ofllce. 1-1
GIN GOOD DKKSsOlAKFiHKwan'od
nt Cine. .1
FI lie 'a DrefrsuiiiMnir
Noun lint good liiuics
need to apply.
AT THE lANNUAIj MFE1TNO OF
thn People'- Io ami Rcfr (siiitlni;
0 hi'l 1 thl tiny, tliu following olllecis
who cUeti'd (nr'iiiu cunning jvr:
J. M. SHS President
J K.wn.DFK ViucPriMilcut
W.E. FobTKH Heredity
U U. .l L. Iri'iuui'M-
.1. II. l'A'IY Audit ir
J. M. S it, .1. K, Wi dor, W. B. Poster
V. 1-:. FORTKlt,
Sect P. l.itJJl Co.
llouolulii, Ma-oh 1, 1SS7, 7U lot
AT TIIW ANNUM. TUKI'.TI.S'ft OF
Ihu St I'kh'ilddi'H of the Intor.Ii
I11111I St inn Xiivlmillmi Co., held March
1, 18S7, tho follow hits nlllcord Wero
elected for tho i-iihiiiiig year:
T. It. l'OSTKK l'rciih i.
W. II. (H.l) HliV VhHNl'rcHident
.1. KN A Si-c ivlary
V. ll.Mol-i:K Tre.imiiL'r
1. U. .IONK.S Auditor
T. 11. Koit r, O.'lt. WTo' x, W. 11. (lod-
fny and .1 lhia.
73 lw 4. KNA,Srotury.
L OF FASHION,"
tt Hit Fort SI reel i Honolulu.
During- my 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 lor new importations. Ureal .Bargains
offered. 5!) S. EHRLICH
Hell Toleiiliane 172.
The Bess SVianila Cigars in the Market!
Cliarlc Stimtt ( aveth-y recently published 11 xprfluiwi of his lyrical talent,
entitled " Mr. l.odleV Song'1' of which the following two vtifc ate a s.pccimun:
There la a laptuiu exceeding nil measure,
Left to enliven this porron fill world ;
Who docs not think of that moment with pleasure,
WJim llrit round his lips the wreathing smoke curled ?
P.nintH look grave or i-Iek,
Call ll a miBty trlrk.
Say ii 1 iniiiotii say It is wrong; , '.'"
iluppy Indeed is li 1 lot,
Who, for the-o earing not.
Puir- like a (hlniiiry.pot,
All the day long.
Knnii wlin nro Irani Ind willi
frtift itif .. film. 11,!.. .1. It.. 1. 1
Vnin nte 1)11 ir rltnru. ihelr lullure ( oui)lctu Ii-.
Life with. hi sinoking'H utiliiarnhly flow. .
Soon their mlslnke they llml,
Ia-iivo nil sucli Ihoiij'hts 1i1i1ih1,
M Ue resolution! ull Minlsh in smok?;
Ai (I to ihe.r elll they n-c
That, If their life imul ho
Uinl'ig houglil the
gjx a am r
miwm m nrdu m
B9UQ titt.'iUUl S U'AU
Clotliina id M Fiiraissliiiig Goofls
From the 'IVmple of Fashion at pre itly reduceil rutin, we now otl'cr them to our
ii.uncroui patrons at prices which do y conipelltlou.
Thc-c goods are lint clas in every icbpeci and eons 11 of all grade and mill
Clollii, SiiillB for tin llicl ifl Poor alto.
In oiTcrilng them to our customers wo would tno.t rcsrcetfiilly draw their nt
tculiou to tliu fact that wu nro giving them thu li.-netU cf our ehea'p bargain and
invite tliu public in pneiul to i:ive us a c ill and exiiiuino these goods before pur
cha'dng elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known lo need
SAN JOSE, CAL.
Tho Lager Iker of
I Was Awarded the First Prizes
? At tho i:po3ltlon of 1885 and ItSO
ustom o Beacie o usothma:
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Comer Fort St Merchant Street?, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLANDTRADE SOLICITED AND
flHAS. T. GUL1CK, NOi'AUV
ev. ltd', Arcnunis and Hems colluuid.
Alu. .IdllNUOOD, .In., nuihoil,ed eol
It'clor, Einplovnionl Agency. M 11. F. JfAlK OP,
All O-doiS fL'llt tO N'O. MS Siircll'illt
Hlii'ut will rcconc piompt ntuiitloii.
1:011 'tYicjii.inio :iih. i. . h.in. 11.1.
BfliHrviirti eM m n nm J.,..
Have removed to
N. r KINO STniOIST,
Hit. !Mauuil;(n As Kuuatiti &.,
And beg li'iivu to notify the public that
they hnvo Jnt rerelved 11
XXX 5VIANSLA CJGARS
And nthur eholcu brands of tho llefct
Quality, for fiilo at inoilcnito
price'. Alhoa full lino of
(lcnor.il tferchnndlsc, Groceries, Matting,
China V .Inimii Teao u Wiu'olnlty.
iiiiuni T(iciiioii ays.
fnd!ii4 i iitrr:itli'ft.
I., liiran.i. '-"
entire Stock of
- . X
the til ovu llrewcry
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Will bo open 1 vo y iitlerroon nnd even.
Ill, .1 loitown
I tdr. f ti ...lfi v t W.iiI.i..
...,..,, . .r.
To thu p bllu In genciid.
IMtlDAV 313 13N INOH,
For luilios and gentlemen.
For IndlcH, oiitlemcn nud children.
l.rs?on& in Fancy Skating.
Friday ninHciatiinlay Evenings.
WII.I.IAM WALL, Manager.