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WEDNESDAY, MAR. 9. 1887.
.Helir I.tilvH fici m Knhohilelo
Schr Wnlijhu from Walalua
Wh lliuitcr from Han Francisco
S S Auotrnllu from Sum Francisco
Stmr .fas Mrtkca from Kannl
Schr Llhollho fiom Kniinl
Ilk Mnrtliu Fisher, for roitlnml, Or
Schr Miuiii for Minioniii
SchrWnlcliu for Wnla Ina
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr. Ins Mnkee forKupaa at 4 p in
From Hawaii ami Maul, per steamer
, XV G Hall, March 8 O V 0 Jones A
Sinclair, Sr, Frank W llanion, F .1
Turner, Slid 0 .1 Harden and child, A
Smith, Hon Kia Nnhaolclun, Hov 11
Isoiiherg, Hov A O Follies. Mrs 11 r Ishor
undchiEl, W L Itoiul, I, Hlnkston. Miss
E Hunt, Mix 10 Slnclatr and child, Mrs
M Makidua, J E Miller, E M Jones niul
For Kanal, per Mini Mlknhahi, March
8 Her Excellency Governess I, nullum
and s.rvaiits. Mr Opckii. Fred Williclin,
Thos 1 Spencer, Hev K S Tlinotco, and
For Windward port"?, per steamer
Klnan, March 8 Ills Kxcelli'tioy Gov
ernor Kobe it Jloaplll llukir, vlfo and
daughter, Hev W 1 1 ilaines XV ' A
Brewer, MUes Kuamoo and Hannah
Knmnloplll, E I.ycan, E A IMelenherg,
Mr McLaughlin and wife. Mrs S K
Kalue, J A JJeekwIth. Mr llaithoff, W
Urcdc, XV H Halsiead, J XV Mounaull
and wife, Miss Annie Mors, Captain J
W Kaal and wife, Mrs II G Treadwny
and child, U Afong, U K Stlllinnti, fi
Chinese, and about (JO deck.
BL'Voin San i raneUeo, pur S S Austrn
11a. Murch D Captain M A Uaker. M
Francis, C II Hlchardson, J XV Sibley
and wife, J T Wnteihouso and wife, J
X S Williams, J G Uaker, J D Hrooks,
II M Glffard. Captain B Coglien, F H
Bryant, II G Iiovey, O A Lonafellow, .T
II Park, F E Nickols, M h Mowry, C
II Prior and son, A S Kirk. B E Klinlcy
and wife, A L Stetson, U J Taylor, Mrs
.T Pclrce and child, .Miss M l'elrcc, O F
Perkins, J V Bralcy, T C Glfford, S
Saeh, Sr, E Peterson, S B McLonegnn
and wife, 11 II MoLenegan, S S Le.iry.
Miss M Bennett, K .1 Bennett, Fit Mur
phy, and 27 others.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir Luka 1.330 bags of sugar.
Bulir Walehu 1(00 hags sugar.
Stmr Hall 1,207 bags of sugar, 3511
bass aw i, 57 bass coffee, 225 goat
skins, 2M neaii oi caitiu
Stmr Makee 2,030 bags sugar,
The S S Australia left San Francl-co,
March' 2nd, at 2 M0 p in. Strong SW
breeze the llrst 21 hours, thence to Lat.
2!) degrees north, strong EXE breeze
with heavy rain squalls. Picked up
moderate trades In Lat 27 north, which
wc cairlcd to port. Took on Honolulu
pilot at 11 :3() a m, March 0th. Brought
830 tons cargo and 07 passengers. March
4th, Infant daughter of J Do S Mas u
passenger, died of capillary bronchitis
and was buried at sea. March 0th.
The XV S Bownc, Euroka and J D
Sprcckels wore loading for this port
when the Australia left.
The brig W.II Meyer sailed from Port
Blakcly for Kahului on March 1st.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Fnnsii frozen oysters at tho Beaver
Eight whalers wero
o'clock this morning.
off port at (i
Mn. J. T. Wutorliouso, Sr., returned
by tlio Australia, to-day.
Tin: steamship Australia arrived
about noon to-day.
TiiEitK will bo service in nil tlio
foreign churches this evening.
Mu. Lewis J. Lovoy will hold his
regular ciibh sale next Friday.
Tun Japanese Aciobats will exhibit
at tho Oporu IIoufo to-night.
Jilt. II. J. Nolto has been exhibit
ing a magnificent largo red roeu from
the Casino, to-day.
FrtESH frozen oysters
salmon, will bo , served
Club llouso, to-night.
up at the
Facu'io Hobo Company No, 1 will
meet at tho Company's house, at 7
o'clock this evening, for drill.
The annual meeting and election
of officers of Fort Street Church will
ho held at 7 :!i0 this evening in tho
A i.imniAli reward will bo paid to
nnyono who will return lo Messrs,
llollistor & Co. a pink and whito
parrot, which has been lost.
Tin: premises lately occupied by
Mr, Bruco Cnrtwriglit, will bo open
to public view to-morrow. Intending
purchasers will do woll to pay a visit.
Jou.y Captain Jenks of tho Elsi
jjoro is in town. Now if Bumps
would turn up, Bumps ami Junks
would paint tho town red, whito and
The Womoii'h Church Aid Society
will moot in the Cathedral Sunday
School loom, at 2:!!0 o'clock to
morrow afternoon. A vfull tittond
nuco of incmhcrH is especially desired
on this occasion.
Tiik chief olllcor of tho Hawaiian
hark Kalakaua, discharged this
morning, has, through his attorney,
Mr. Paul Neumann, biought suit
against tho bark for wages due and it
is likely tlio crew will join in tho
suit. A sick bailor of tlio tamo ves
sel, was iodised admittance lo tho
Queon's Hospital, this morning, !e
causo formalities, connected with tho
institution, wore not complied with.
Messrs. Lewis &. Co. have fresh
fish, fruit, fowl and vegetables, and a
novelty in the form of a no w-f angled
Tin: local giocciics nro blooming
with fresh goods by tho steamer
Captain Shoppaul, assisted by Mr.
Fieil. Whitney, brought the steamer
to tho what f this noon in splendid
Tin: musicalo at Onliu College
last night, was a complete success,
both as lcgards tho numbers who
wero sulllciently interested lo accept
tho invitation given, and tho charac
ter of tlio entertainment, which was
Tnimi; is an old kanaka sailor,
foinierly employed by tho Pacific
Navigation Co., who hangs about the
whanes, laying for sailors from whom
ho can sponge a drink of gin. When
ho ealehes u kind hearted mariner,
he smothers him with kisses.
A man with very long yellow hair,
came by the steamer this noon, and
it was reported that a dime museum
had come. On making inu,uirics, it
was iifTi'itaiucd that the man wore his
hair long to preserve the skin of his
Mit. J. E. Miller, representative of
the California Fertilizing Company,
returned yesterday per S. S. XV, 6.
Hall, from a tour loiunl tho island of
Hawaii. Mr. Miller reports having
had a line weather dip, and alto
having been fairly successful in a
business point of view.
Whim: the mail from the S. S.
Australia was going up Fort street
this noon, live bags fell off from tho
back, carrying with them a Portu
guese assistant. Though tho boy
turned a complete somersault and
landed in a heap on the road, ho was
not hint in tho least.
Tm: $15.00 reward for the finding of
of a brooch, alluded to in yesterday's
issue, which the finder, Mr. J. T.
Dare, wished to bo given to tho
Hawaiian branch of tho Y. M. C. A.,
has been handed to Mr. Henry Water
house, for the Association. Mr.
Wnterliouso desires to tender tho
giatcful thanks of the Association to
tho geueious donor, and to intimate
that similar donations from every
body geneiously disposed would bo
THIS DAY'S DOINGS AT THE
Iokua, for disturbing the quiet of
tho night, forfeited bail of $10.
Joseph Moran, charged with vag
rancy, was remanded to the 10th
Another moonlight concert will ho
given by the Koyal Hawaiian Band
to-morrow night. The playing on
four saxophones will form a feature
of the evening, also a cornet solo by
Mr. Clias. Michiela.
Yesterday, when Mr. J. Simonson
went out with his steam scow, to
take tho oil off tho whaler Wm.
Uaylcs, the crow of the whaler
struck work. They wero put in
ironf and placed in the hold, where
they will bo kept until tho vessel is
well to sea. Tho mates, five in
number, are working the vessel.
The long pending Chinese gaming
case was brought to a conclusion
yostorday, six of the arrested par
tics being fined $30 each, and seven
of them acquitted. To use the
words of one of the counsel for the
defence, "Justice has been vindicat
ed." LATE ARRIVALS AT THE EAGLE
Late Arrivals at Eagle House, E.
C. Newell, San Francisco ; Miss E.
Fanning, San Francisco; Charles
Campbell, steamer C. R. Bishop;
Miss Ethel Hurt, Maui; A. Sunter,
Kona, Hawaii; L. Hlnkston, Wau
kegau, Illinois; George Hull, San
REPORTED LOSS OF THE MAL0L0.
The steamer W. G. Hall, which
arrived yesterday, brought the re
port that the schooner Malolo had
capsized off Lanai, The news came
from Lauaiua, where it was received
from sonic llshciinen from Launi.
Tho owners of tho Malolo, the
Pacific Navigation Co., give hut
little credence to the report. They
have, however, instructed the cap
tain of tho steamer Surprise, which
left for Kuan yesterday evening, to
call nt Lanai and ascertain what he
could. The steamer Waialcalo from
Hainakua, via Lalmiuu, duo here to
day, will probably bring a definite
THE AUSTRALIAN MAIL SUBSIDY.
A telegram from Washington.
states that Clans Sprcckels arrived
there from Now Yoik. 'MrSpr'pcr
kc8 is very iniipli interested in ae:
curing nu allowance for tip mal
service of the ships owned by lilm
engaged in tho Australian nnd New
Zealand trades. These vessels are
granted a subsidy by the Colonial
Government, and there is every in
dication that the British Govern
incut will olfer to givo a bounty to
ships sailing from Victoria. Ju that
ovotif Mr. Sprcckels thinks thotrado
will go from San Fruncisco to Bri
tish Columbia. He informed tho
President of the situation, but lie
has no hope that Congress will take
any notion on tlio subject at its pre
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Kinsley,
Providence, K. I. ; Arthur S. Kirk,
Chicago; J). B. McLcficgan ami
wife, U. S. M.; 11. II. Mol.enc
gan, Wisconsin ; J. I). Bennett,
Chicago; Miss Maude Bennett,
Chicago; C. 11. Pryor, U. S. ; Jos.
II. Pryor, U. S. ; S. Sachs, San
Francisco; 1 S. Bryant, Boston;
Mr. Sibling and wife, Cincinnati ;
J. II. Park, Scotland ; V. Murphy,
Chicago ; Mrs. J. l'elrcc and child,
Idaho; Miss M. Pcircc, Idaho; A.
L. Stetson, Idaho; C. F. Pcikins,
Idaho; O. J. Taylor, Idaho; A. C.
Longfellow, Boston; II. S. Hove',
Phonetic short-hand is an ex
tremely useful acquisition, and one
that can he gained with comparative
ease. Its principles are extremely
simple, and may be learned in an
incredibly short space of time. The
principles once mastered, patient
nnd persevering practice is about
the only thing additional needed to
produce proiiciency. It would be
wise of all young people, of both
sexes, to make themselves masters
of this useful art. An opportunity
is now offered, at moderate charge,
to any and nil who may desire to
learn, full particulars of which arc
given an advertisement in this paper.
CHIME CF BELLS.
Sometime during next mpnth a
chime of nine bells will arrive in
this city for Kauinakapili Church.
They were ordered by Mr. W. W.
Hall from the well-known Clinton
II. Mcncely Bell Company of Tny,
New York. The lloor and frame
work to receive them U now being
fixed in the tower. Tho bells will
be suspended stationary fiom a
frame work, with the exception of
the large tenor bell, which will be
mounted over the others so that it
may be uiiig independently at any
time required. On a platform about
twelve feet from the giound lloor
will he fixed nino levers in a frame,
and these will he connected to the
bells by means of chains and rods.
One of the bells is tuned to the llat
sevcntli tone of the scale, so that it
will ho possible to play on tho bells
in two keys. P. C. Advertiser.
A FINAL DECISION.
The Supreme Court in Banco yes
terday rendered its decision alllrm
ing the decree llled by Judd C. J.
in tho libel between tho Pacific Na
vigation Co. uiid Sam'l. C. Allen,
owners of tho steamer James I Dow
sett and schooner Moiwahino, re
spectively. The Court holds the
Moiwahino blameless in the mauue
vre performed in tho changing of her
course when the collision was inevi
table, and blames the steamer
James I. Dowsett in not keeping a
proper lookout at the time when it
was expected that she would meet
other vessels in the Molok.it chan
nel. The decision was written by
Preston J. and is signed by all of
the Justices except Judge Bickerton,
who was of counsel in the matter
before his elevation to tiic Supicme
REFORMATORY SCHOOL BOYS ON THE
At some hour about midnight last
night, seven boys, inmates of the lie
formatory School decided to take a
walk down town. They carried their
resolution into effect forth with.
These boys being musically inclined,
sought the music store of J. Santo
and A Dias on Nuiiaiiii street. De
termined to have a through outfit of
instruments, whilst they were about
it, they selected 2 violins 0 large
guitars, J taro-patch fiddles and 1
small guitar, and valued by tho
owners of tho instruments, at'$107.
Also 815 in coin. With their booty
tlioy returned to their domicile at
Palama, and on the robbery being
discovered they acknowledged being
concerned in it. It is probable that
they considered they had a right to
provide themselves with necessary
instruments to drive away dull care,
whilst pursuing the projected voi'age
on the Kaimiloa. Two of the sup
posed ring Icadors wero sent down
to the police station, to he dealt with
by His Honor, four of thorn are still
at the Kefortnatory School, and ono
is still nt large. An enquiry in this
matter will probably be held at the
Police Station to-morrow morning.
A PAINFUL AND DISTRESSING
WILLIAM UILDINi:, HACK DUIVClt, Itl
C'KIVKS CONCUSSION Or TIIK SPINK.
William Dildiuc, tho leading hack
man at tho Pantheon Stables, was
sleeping last night in tho loft imme
diately above tho Stables. About
two o'clock this morning ho arose to
answer a call of nature, and was
feeling his way in tho daik, towards
the opening to the premises below.
Coming to it more suddenly than ho
expected, he fell to the ground lloor,
a distance pf about lti feet. He
,ay oit Uhj ground moaning, when a
felpwVhatikman who was moving
about at that hour, hearing the
noise, proceeded thither and found
Dildinc in a helpless condition.
Further assistance was obtained, and
the injured man was ro'iiovod to
Mr. Aides' house, on the opposito
sldo of Hotel street. Doctors Trous
Hcati and Brodio wero called in, and
after narcotics wore administered to
tho injured man, ho passed a few
hours quietly. This morning, about
8 o'clock, lie was removed on a
stretcher to the Queen's Hospital,
where he will probably remain for
Boinu time. No Hubs were broken,
mrn- p , Ufc 1 1 MillirLQXOJn J", m ' M'
but from what wo learn, tho a no
has been badly injured.
Dildinc is "a native of Portland,
Or., and on his arrival here a few
years ago, ho entered the employ of
Mnefnrlano & Co. who hold him in
high estimation as a servant. His
recent position was that of foreman
of tlio Pantheon Uncle Stand, sub
ject to the orders of Mr. Shnw.
The O. S. S. Co.'s steamer Atis
tralia arrived at noon lo-day, bringing
dates to the 2nd Instant. The fol
lowing items arc clipped from foreign
Vienna, February llllh. The
Emperor presided to-day at a Coun
cil of War. Archdukes Albreeht
and Williclin, Count Bylandt, Gen
oi nl Beck, Prineo of Croy, and
Barons Salis and Popp were piownt.
Pesth. February tilth. The Lower
House of the Hungarian Diet, by
a unanimous vote, to-dav passed nil
extra credit of 83,-tl 1,000 for the
equipment of the Hungarian Land
welir. Brisbane, February 10th A
schooner from New Hebrides reports
that the French were constructing
three fortf, increasing the number
of troops, and building now bar
racks at Port Sandwich.
Paris, February PJth. AH the
French troops havo been recalled
from Madagascar, except four com
panies, which are to remain at Diego
Sir John A. MacDonald's party,
in Canada, has been sustained by
the geneial elections.
Caidinal Jacobin! is dead.
The Montreal police have succeed
ed in unearthing and arresting part
of a dangeious gang of counter
feiters. It is claimed they put in
circulation during carnival about
500,000 in counterfeit notes.
The Dublin Executive has author
ized all local magistrates to proclaim
every "plan of campaign" meeting,
and to demand the assistance of the
military and police without awaiting
sanction from headquarters.
St. Petersburg, Feb. 10th It is
seini-olllcially stated in Russian
Government circles, and the con
viction is gaining ground that war
between France and Germany is in
evitable. In addition it is said that
in case of the defeat of France it
might involve disastrous results to
Hussia. The Czar's Government
will, in the event of war, preservo
entire liberty of action. It will not
support Franco as an ally, but may,
in the form of a reserved attitude,
prevent Germany from sending the
whole of her army west of tho
Bhiuc, and even if France should be
defeated, ameliorate as much as
possible the effects of the disaster.
For these reasons it is declared Kus
sia will await tlio outcome of tho
different phases of the Bulgarian
crisis with the greatest calmness
and act in such a way as to avoid
being involved with Austria or
England at the moment when France
and Germany commence hostilities.
Vienna telegrams again refer to
Russia's war preparations. The
statement quoted is that. Russia in
anticipation, is arranging for tho
conccutiatiug of two armies on tlio
German and Austrian frontier. The
former is intended to prevent Ger
man help from reaching Austria,
should Germany bo strong enough
to detach troops for such a purpose
while engaged in tho struggle with
France, and the latter to engage
Austria, while a third Russian army
in the southeast will make short
wcrk of Bulgaria and inarch on
At tlio British War Ollico and
Admiralty the opinion grows hourly
that Russia's movements on tho
Afghanistan frontier menu simulta
neous operations against Bulgaria
and Afghanistan, and that Austria
and England will meet her on those
Vienna, Feb. 22 SpecialJ. Dr.
E. Schmidt von' Savarns, Counselor
of the Austrian-Hungarian Embassy
at Berlin, has been appointed Minis
ter at Washington, in place of Baron
von Schacffer, who has for bomo
time been absont on leave.
It is rumored in London that the
English Cabinet will pro3coutc Arch
bishop Cruke for tho advocacy of
the non-payment of taxes in Ireland.
The presiding ofllccr and a num
ber of Senators presented petitions
from a largo number of Grand Army
posts for tho passage of the depen
dent pension bill over the Piesident's
veto. Laid on tho table.
Tno Sonata then took up the bill
to incorporate tho Nicaragua Slip
Vest offered an amendment that
the act shall have no force or effect
until a concession shall have been
secured from tho Government of
Nicaragua and shall have been sub
mitted to and approved by Congress.
Rejected without a division.
iho bill was then passed
38, nays 5.
THE "BULLETIN St
Is now issued and will bu found to
ho an iutorcstiug and comprehensive
number, containing tho latest
Volcano news, full particulars of
the wreck of tho barkoiitino Selina,
numerous editorial articles on local
topics, and u complete resume of
Honolulu and island news. To be
J. II. Sopor, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewitt, Merchant stregt,
ami ButLKTui Ollico.
GWFiRYBODYi i nn.t-il at (ho
Li 1M.III. It. (.'Ii RAM 1'AKl.Ollrt mil
in Diet Unit !! n 1 1 jt f UhihIic just
nriivi d per ,u t -.! n (y the way, you
cin buy Bonm "l Tlitio i iioilnnif
like Candy I h takes with ail the girls!
WEST, DOW & CO. luvn tr.
tihid o Au-tiii I ," a big lot
of Furniture, .Mi.se ( mis anil T jf,
consisting in pint of lluivatit.Bed-teails.
Wire Ma in v, Uln Olilce htooN,
Oibar and Vmlin S.riiigo, Oult.ir uml
Milln Iiiitrneiorf., IIiiiiiiiitiicn. Mu-lc
Hooks nil kind-, ni.d Sheet Mu-ilc,
Foot Hall, Bi,b C'airiujjus, I ar s, iVng.
mii, &.O., iv.o., too niiiiieruiis to mention.
S PERRY'S Ki7Vl.iniil7Flmir U
otle.ui Tor sale by UO.NSALVKrf is
CO., (iautn Street. 01
171 EWS f Iho
Uvii Flow of 1IH7.
T l.iin Nu-'nllv
fl inaili ( n Win rci'iiiiil
ilayot the uw)it mi. rawing the col.
unin (if hi' a nt i)ie imtci' eralrr, m-iy
llOH'l'll H ll I I O M .i.ii h It'MIHIH of .1,
C!ONSAIr. UiF.him. r,2
WE HAVE j'-' nceie.l per An.
trull.i a ! lot itf Aitl-is Ma
teilili, B niiy XV iv, Kia ki:l , OiUutt
Friiinm, Bu-lic F am , tio Ami wo
nro better jirepand than ever In make
Coriileis mil I'iituru Fiiimo, Inning
the liugci and h-t sileiletl stock )
.MntiiillnrjF m tin Kingdom. Kimi
Bnos.' AitT S-toi'.i: ,ii
Dii. Flint's IIkaiit Kkmkdy is a
Speeilli! for all foims of Heart Dis
oiiM and also for DUciim'h of Kidneys
and Uireultiaon. Descriptive book
witli every bottle. Benson Smith &.
Co., AuentF. Uul
PArnnxizi: Hume Industry by buy
ing cigar ut J. W. Uingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Winks, wheie he is prepared lo fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
Nile piiecs. Ifluiid unlets bolieited
anil ptompr.y lilkd. Tho intention
of dealers in U'r-ptctfully invited to
the fact "no lieeuro is required" to
M'll thcMi eigiiis. Do not forget tho
nanit! .1. W. Ilingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Wi rks, Hotel ft rent.
AMY IB OX ll.WiG ANY OK
all of tin plctiiri't minii'd below,
either to loan or to n,nt lo tc3pousilJlc
pin lies wl'l nli i.ufcml nddresi to Mr.
A. M. IlBWtl'l', Booksillcr, Mciclnnt
School ol tho Vos'.nls.
Roturii ol tho Reapers.
Mary giiocn ol Sco s, vitli her four Marys.
(JAN All Y BIIIDS!
Af5M A I.T, t ON i I G X.MKNT OF
FIiioi,iiv hi-, 'oi nil'' ci'cau.
U.W1S.I. LLV .Y,
77 Cor. Foil is Queen S s.
OXK TltAM CAB AND i.00 FEET
of T Hulls', six i diuiiU to ihi lout,
wi h lioiU ai.d fish-plates complete
Siiiluldo fi r Vi'aroliuiitn o- Plantation.
COTTAGE TO J,ET.
Xpi-'Jk A COTTAGE O.V 1JKBE-
iiini i Mltct, .MU.oltilni; the
rtlik'iire ol MrB. Mori'lUI.
Collage ci ntnins 1 ui'iiiH wlih kitchen,
Etc. App y to 10 P. ADAMS & CO.
rpiIE will Inmvu Oirt Corner
X E'l'ttKixsuM. Apply at the Bl-A-VEH
SAI.O.-K f.7 if
.A PLEASANT FBONT BOOM,
v. newly furiilnheil, at 1!).", Nuuaiiu
Avenue, by the iicl; or month.
(iO-lw -MUS. W. G. NKEDIIAM.
ITor Sale or Lease.
TIIOSi: I'UMIISES SITUATTD ON
l'lt'iiiliim Suvet eallid "Kiuinnilo.
hi i," the property i-f O, II .liulil, aio for
talu or for lein- for a term of yeau.
Fur pat Menhirs inquire of
Honolulu. Dec IS. l-t(J. .1 f 03
VOl LEASE Oit SALE.
pi IE house nd lop at wal
JL Mkl a p tM'iit niciiplcil by G. D.
I'roctli. Applv at llloi- or
Fu' F.T1I 1'EAOOOIf,
lis if Hi Nuuauii siiect.
TO LET Oil LEASE.
''piIAl' hUII.IMNG FOBMEHLY
X occtiph ! Li iVoig Liinig us his
ru-ldoriec nt K ip damn, i.ear the Kelonn.
ii'iiry S'lluiol, (Omuhliiir 7 mom?, in.
eluiliiie; I'mlcr, Huliornn, Dh ln.viiom
ami Hulii'n, h ioa ollVred for rent or
lease ut a m rt icuoinilin rate. For In
fonnailuu cnipihe nl Williiim It Ca-lle's
Ijw nflice, or ol 'All In, cortur ol Ueic.
inula nnd Niu.inu trcelx. 02 !lw
'I'll 15 Bi'SrDKNTE AND
Pil-lliri' f.iniU tl P UO'I Vtl-
1". oeeniihd by Mr. Locir.
pply on t'io , rciuthi s. s,l)if
MONEY TO LOAN,
fpiIK iiiiilirfilrnid have nionev (o'oim
JL in Bum-- ot not lt-o than one Hums.
and del m it "in ii'fnmnrv n'curi'y.
BMlTcLTUUHRTON A KINNEY,
(litf GO Fori Street, Honolulu.
A.1AI'ANKM-; tOOK" wiiHcilj mast
mukn hlinsuir (unernlly iuufi.1.
Apply m liiln Ollico, Ti
IJ. at Clin-. .. I'M ho '4 l)icmnaiK.
1-1 ho '4
neil to i.ppiy.
YOU WANT A SITUATION
nuvaiiau iu thu D.ui.v Hulllii.S.
"TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
05J & do Fort Street, 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
for new importations. Great Bargains are
'" S. EHRLICH.
THE "CENTRAL" CIGAR STAND,
Campbell' lUoeli, 3Icrchmit Slrec.
V. IIIL13ER, rioirictor.
Mull Tt-lriilinnr I7:i. Slutiinl Tolf.iilioiii! .175.
The Bos! iYienila Cigars in the Market!
ClinrliM Stuait Cnvethy recently i ulillsheil n specimen of bin lyrlrnl talent,
cntlik'il " Mr. I.tslle's Song " of which the following two verses nre n 'specimen:
There is a. lapturo exceeding all mcaeurc,
Left to enliven this sorrowful world;
Who (!oc not think of that moment with pleasure.
Whin llrst round his lips the wreathing smoke curled ?
1'n rents look gravo or sick,
Cull It a nasty trick,
Say It Is ininoiir' sny It is wrong;
Happy Indeed is hi lot,
Who, fur these caring not,
1'iifft like n ohlmncy.pot,
All Iho day long. f, '
Some, who tiro troul led wlihcnill(!)s cntrtatle",
Strlvo fora lime Ibis di light to torepo; , ' "- J
Yiiln nie ilit Ir rllort", their liiilurc eotnplctc is
Mfe within' Hiiioking'H unlicarnlily (.low.
Soon ihelr mistake they Unci.
Leave all such thoughts behind,
Wle resolution nil vanish In smoke, ,
Acd in their cnt they si-u
Thnt, 11' their life must ho
llnlng bought the
Prom the Temple of Fashion ut greatly reduced rule, we now offer them to our
numerous patinns nt prices which du y cornpctllinu.
'I iic.-e goods arc llrst class In every ictpcct anil coat 1.1 of till lmiuIcm and qusl.
Glottiii, Suitable for liie Bi ai Poor ale.
In tiffcriittir Ihcm to our customers we would most respectfully draw their at
tention to the fact tlint ivo tiro giving them tins h'liefll of our ehea'p burg.ilu and
invito the public in gincrnl to give us n call nnd examine these goods helore pur
chasing elsewhere. Our iihiial lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
lb too well known to need especial comment. D'J
Fred'ricksburg Brewing Co.
SAN JOSS, CAL.
The Lager Dier of
AttlioK.vpnllioiHor 1685 nnil U$Q
20 dm HONOLULU,
lMi'iiiinnt ani ms.vi.Eii t:i
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Stioot?, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND.TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
pHAS. T. GULICK.NOl-AUY
J l'UiJLlU. Uuiienil Unslni-sAi;on.
i'V. Ud t5. Aecounis anil Items rollicied.
Vln. JOHN GOOD, .lr. imthoflzed col.
Employment Agency. Mn.F. MA1ICOS,
All OMlors r-ent lo Xo. 3S Mei-cluint
rtireut will reeoiiu prompt nttcutlon.
Hell T(IpiiIioiu it IN. I'.O. Jluvltit.
AT THE ANNUAL MKKTING Or
the l'onplo's lee and ltrfngoriUlng
Ui. b hi this duy, the I'nllowlng ollieois
weie dieted for the ensuing yeur:
.1. M.SVHH President
J. K. WIIilJIJH Ylce.l'reslilent
XV. Y.. FUSTEIt Hterctory
XV. K. WALL... 'treasurer
J4 ii, 1'A'l Y Auditor
J.M.Sass, J. K. Wilder, W.K.Fmter
W. E. FOSTER,
Scot 1M. & R.ef. Co
Honolulu, March 1, 18i7. UWl
s at Epn I Co.'s
entire Stock of
the nl ove lliewcry
the First Prizes f
o Ma.de o Ciothins
Will bo open ivory afternoon anil even.
Iuj; as follows;
Monday, Tni'nUny, VrilurxiUy
To the public In general.
For ladies ami gcntlcmeu.
For Indies, gentlemen nnd children.
Lesions in Fancy Skating.
WILLIAM WALL, Munogtr.
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