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TIIUKSDAY, MAR. 10, 1887.
Sehr .Mury Foster from Laliaina
Stinr Wninlcnla from Hiiinukiin
Scbr EhtiUal fi om Kiuui
Stun-.las Slnkee forKiipaa at 1 ) m
Ilk Forest Quuuit for San Fiaiieii-eo
Btinr V O Hull for Jihalna, Mniihieii,
Komi and Kau nt 10 am
Schr Ehukai for Kuan
For San Frnnelco, per bark Foiesl
Queen, Mar 10 t'ol Sam NoriN, C 11
Schultz, n Hansen, J Geittuii, 11 Hcm
solm, Miss Hanson.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr F.hukiil-740 bagi sugar.
Stmr Wuliilealo 1,153 hags sugar.
The Eureka was 'SA days going up
her last till). .....
The hgtne Conueli) U 11 days out to
day from San Fniiicl-co for this port.
Schr llosnrlo, Chritlanoii, sailed
from San Francisco, February 22nd, for
lCiibulut. . ,
ThcSS Zonlandhi ai lived off ban
Franelsco luubor on tho afternoon of
Feb 1!), but could not eiois the bar
until the morning of tbo :!0th.
The Mary Winkelniau's cargo for
Honolulu tlils tilp is valued at 81,800.
The valuo of the Hondo's cargo for
Kiihulul this trip Is 910,230.
The cargo of the Consuclo. 121 bead
of llvo stock, 25,730 lbs of bono meal,
15,1103 bricks, 51 pieces of machinery
and a largo quantity "f other merchan
dise, is valued at 912,01 1.
The brig Allle Kowo is due here from
the South Sea Wands with laborer.
Tbo bktno Hattie S llaregs was load
ing at Hongkong on leb 1st for this
P Captain Browncll provisioned two
whuleis off port this morning with edi
bles taken out by tlio schooner Lhukal.
The Missionary bktno Morning Stal
ls duo hcio fioni the South Sea Islands
any time this month.
Tbo bk Forest Queen sailed tills after
noon for San FrnucNco slthl4,.r,9S bags
Migar, welghhigl,Wl,5091bs, and valued
at 808,303.01. ,r , , , ,
The luinbcr schooner Hera Is docked
near the O S S w barf.
The S X Castle will finish dUcbarg
lii"' to-morrow and will go on the
Marino Hallway to paint.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
- Mn. Fisliels' now ailvcitiscmont
calls for attention.
Mn. Sachs' now advertisoinont
contains interesting matter.
Fiiesh Oyster Stew at the Club
House Dining Uooms this evening.
.Col. Sam Xorris depaitcd for San
Francisco by the baik Foicst Queen
A Ni'.iv carriage Co. has oiganied,
with ti stand on Queen stieet, neaily
opposito the Biii.lktin Ollicc.
Bough weather last week and fair
weather to far Uiis week, aio the re
ports from Hamakua.
William DiUlinu, tlio injured hack
man, is lcpoited to Imvo passed u
peaceful night at tlio Queen's Hoh
pital. J. T. Faukiiu, Mis. Everett, Mr.
Tark, Mr. Carey, and Mr. Townsend
16uvo by tlio steamer W. 0. Hull to
Tin: Honolulu Billes will drill this
evening. Several new movonients
will bo introduced. The public aio
invited to attend.
I T -
Conuu(UTni) iron of superior
quality and assorted widths and
lengths, is nclvoi tibcd for sale at low
priees by Messrs. 11. Hackfeld it Co.
The vestry of Fort-street Church
will bo tlio sccno of tlio Ladies Be
nevolent Society monthly social, Una
evening, beginning at 7 :I50 o'clock.
A geneial invitation is given.
The Hullkhn is under obligation
' to Mr. J. T. White, of the Eaglo
House, for nows favors, and to both
Mr. and Mrs. White for kindly prof
fered favors of a gastronomic nature.
A small hut highly appreciative
audience witnessed tlio performances
of tlio Jupiuu'bO aciobats last even
ing. A number of tlio feats wero now
and romuikablo. Tlio npplauso fiom
tlio audionco was frequent and loud.
A I'lUVATi: letter received fiom Eng
land, yestoiday, states that Captain
Webber, well known hero, was in
Londoii, and expected shortly to take
command of a steamer to nm be
tween Victoria (Uritisli Columbia)
and China and Japan, touching t
. . ' '
At the legulur cash sale of Mr.
Lowis J. Levey, at 10 o'clock to-morrow,
ft genoial assortment of moi
nhaiuliho and ft lot of books will bo
ofi'oicd. At 12 noon, 2 saddlo houcs,
and a family caniage, liorso, and
hamoss will bo Hiibniitted to competi
tion. . .
Houhhiiolu furnituio, in good con
dition, with ft billiaid tublo and nil
n'jipiif teiunceu, will lu sold at public
auction, to-morrow, by Messrs. E. 1.
Adams & Co., nt tlio luto icsidonco of
Mr. BiucoOaitwriglit.Nuuanu street.
Tlio bale will begin at 10 o'clock A. si
the Niiuanii omnibus leaving tlio
Pantheon stnblCH nt 'J i-lfy by which
intending buyois can go to tlio place
of salo, and bo in time.
ilu l.mivro nt Paris
''finds tho cost of lighting to be Gas
MbOj EdlBon light, 75; Jiibloclikcff,
LATE ARRIVALS AT EAGLE HOUSE.
Arrived at Eagle House March
'Jth: Mr. Mowry, San Francisco;
Captains N. A. Baker, Henry
Giffoid, and J. G. Baker, of tho
whaling licet; J. Kagan, Honolulu;
Homy G. Ilnll, San Francisco ; Chas.
U. Cone, Chlllicolhc, Ohio.
ACCIDENT AT THE CRYSTAL
This morning whilst removing a
car-boy of acid at the Crystal Soda
Works, tlio glass container broko
and the contents spread over the
floor, part of it striking a native
boy's leg mid burning rather severe
ly. Tlio anticipated results are not
The latest quotations of the sugar
niaikctaro as follow: New Yoik,
Cuba centrifugals !)0 per cent,
March 2nd, G. 15G25 cents ; decrease
.3125 cents. Sail Francisco, Manila,
!)1 per cent, March 2nd, -1.5G cents;
increase .02 cents. London, German
Beet, 88 per cent, 10s7Ad; decrease
Before Judge Preston, March Oth.
Thos. G. Thrum vs. Pacific Com
mercial Advertiser and Kobt. J.
Creiglilon. Motion for rehearing
argued and motion denied. L. A.
Thurston and A. C. Smith for plain
tiff; W. Ar Whiting and F. M.
Hatch for defendants.
CHANCE OF SIGN.
The sign board recently taken
down from the olllce in the Camp
bell block, Merchant street, formerly
occupied by Mr. J. E. Wiseman, is
being changed to read "J. 13. Brown
& Co." preparatory to replacing.
Changes liavo been made in tho
internal fixings of the olllce, increas
ing space, convenience, and comfort,
and allowing room for a small olllce
beyond the requirements of the new
firm, J. E. Brown & Co., which they
offer at a
OFFICERS OF FORT STREET CHURCH.
At the annual meeting of the Fort
street Church, held last evening, tho
following olllccrs were elected for
the coining year:
Deacons, Hon. A. F. Judd and
W. W. Hall ; Superintendent Sun
day School, C. M. Cooke ; Assist
ant Supeiintcndent, W. W. Hall;
Superintendent Primary Depart
ment, Miss Maggie Hopper; Trcas
in er and Librarian, W. J. Forbes;
Uslieis, W. O. Atwater, Henry
Watcrliousc and J. A. Magoon.
PLEASURE IN PROSPECT.
The arrival of tlio Australia,
yesterday, brought a largo influx of
guests to the Hawaiian Hotel. Mr.
Baitlctt, the manager, has arranged
for a vocal concert, to-morrow even
ing, for their special entertainment.
The Quintette Club a company of
native singers and string instru
mentalists lias been engaged for
tlio occasion. Tho public aro
coidially invited. Fine weather, a
cool atmosphere, a mild moon, with
comfortable scats on the balconies
and in the open yard, and tho sweet
voices and plaintive music of the
Quintette Club, all combine to fur;
nisli an evening's quiet pleasure!
such as can raiely be found out of
Honolulu ami Hawaii nei.
A well-known and popular gentle
man gavo a splendid exhibition of
absent-mindedness this morning. He
entered his phaeton, which he had
left standing in front of Mr. Engel
hardt's stoic, and takimr tho reins
whipped tlio horse. Tho animal
moved about two or three feet,
and stopped short. Again the gen
tleman applied tho whip, moro
vigorously than the first time. The
spirited horse danced, but did not
go ahead. Tho whip might havo
been used again, witli painful effect,
had not another gentleman stepped
up and informed the gentleman in
the carriage that tho horse was fast
to the hitching post.
CHANCE OF TIME.
Recently a change of time was
made in the dcpartuie of the Oceanic
Steamship Company's steamers,
carrying the English mails, from
Auckland, N. Z. bringing tlio
steamers here one day earlier than
formerly. A change of a day has
now been made in tlio despatch of
the mails from England, so that tho
steamers) will leave San Francisco a
day ahead of tho published timo
tablc, making them duo hero a day
earlier, both tlio up and down
steamers being duo hero hence
forward on Fridays, a week apart,
tlio bteamer fiom Now Zealand a
week before the stearaor from San
The lloyal Hawaiian. Band will
play nt Emma Squaro this even
ing, commencing at 7:00 o'clock.
Following is the programme :
Overture A Summer N'lght Suppu
Galop Full Speed Bolim
Selection Bohemian Ghl, (by le-
March Queen Kaplolanl's Fine-
w ell. (new) Mlchlels
Ala 1I1KI Mill. Siixophon Qumtett,
Medley Reverie, (by request)... Beyer
Fantasia Tiiunpet Solo, (uow).Duhmn
Solo Ti limpet, executed by Mr. Oh.
Waltz Jubilee '.c,0.t0
M ai ch King KiilaUuia Mlchlels
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
This moining, one white man paid
the penalty for being drunk.
Moran, charged with vagrancy,
was reprimanded and discliiuged.
W. II. Vance, bar-tender at the
Emplio Saloon, was charged with
assault with n deadly weapon. At
the request of his counsel, ho was
remanded until Saturday next.
A Chinaman, charged with opium
in possession, was leinanded until
A Portuguese woman was charged
with using lewd and blasphemous
language towards a Portuguese
man. Remanded until Monday next.
Gaetano, charged with assault
and battery, was found guilty and
fined $3 and SD.G0 costs.
Kawclo was found guilty of as
sault and battery, and lined S7 and
A SHOOTING AFFRAY.
This morning shortly after 5
o'clock the two barkcepcis at the
Empire Saloon exchanged words
with one another, resulting in one
shooting at tho other, but missing
him. The bartender in charge of
the premises, W. II. Vance, having
reason to find fault with his assis
tant, 13. C. Mardcn, told him last
night that his services were no
longer required. Mardcn, however,
turned up this morning, when he
was accosted by Vance and told to
leave at once. Mardcn went about
the premises, taking no notice of
what Vance said. When both were
in the rear of the building, Vance
drew a revolver and fired at Mar
dcn. Tho ball passed through a
Venetian half door, alongside of
which Mardcn was standing. The
ball lias not been found. Olllcer
Tell was telephoned for at his resi
dence, and in a few minutes he was
on the spot. Walking up to Vance,
Tell said, "Theie's some shooting
being going on here, eh?" Vance
replied, "Yes, I did the shooting."
Captain Tell then put his hands on
Vance and told him he was under
arrest, at the same time taking a
revolver from his hip pocket. There
were at that time, four charges in
the weapon and ono barrel was
warm and empty. Vance was
taken to the Police Station and was
brought up before the Police Jus
tice this moining. Ho was remand
ed until Saturday.
CAPSIZE OF THE MALOLO.
Tho schooner Mary Foster, which
arrived yesterday afternoon from
Laliaina, confirmed the icported
capsizing of the schooner Malolo.
The steamer Mokolii had sent a
boat ashore at Awalua, Lanai,
where she found tho crew of the
Malolo. Captain McGregor, of the
Mokolii, reported the accident to
the captain of tlio Mary Foster, at
Laliaina, and the definite news
reached hero yesterday. It seems
that the captain had just gone
below, leaving the mate, a white
man, at the wheel, when a squall
struck the vessel. Tho captain was
on deck in an instant, but one of
the crew, who was in tlio forecastle,
could not get out in time, and was
drowned. The vessel keeled over
and filled very rapidly, but fortu
nately one of the ship's boats was
loose on deck, and tlio crew made
shore in it. On receiving the nows
yesterday, Mr. Cook, president of
the Pacific Navigation Co., applied
to the Minister of Interior for the
use of the tug boat Elcu. His Ex
cellency L. Aholo having complied
with tho request, tlio tug was pro
visioned, supplied with divers and
wreckers, under command of Cap
tain Cluney, and despatched at
dusk, with Captain John Rico at
the wheel. The steamer Surprise,
which left hero Tuesday afternoon,
has probably left somo men at
Awalua, and if tho schooner is
afloat when the Eleu gets there, she
will Uo righted and brought to port.
Tho Malolo is one of the largest
schoonetB in tlio 1 N. Co.'s licet.
She was built four or live years ago
at Port Ludlow, W. T., by Hull
Bros. She was about 80 tons re
gister, and a good sea boat. She
was valued at $10,000, and was not
insured in any outside insurance
company. The Malolo has been to
the South Sea Islands, and had
proved horself a staunch craft. She
was commanded by Captain Rose
hill, an ublo seaman, and manned
bv South Sea Islanders. Tlio tug
is not to remain away
A PECULIAR WRECK.
Tho Sydnpv llcruhl of January
17th says: Ono of the most extra
ordinary accidents to shipping that
has been recorded for a long time
past happened early yesterday
moining, when tlio well-known bark
Centurion, which has been a trader
between London and this port for
tho last soventeen years, went on
the rocks at North head and dis
appeared within half an hour after
wards. Tho Centurion cleared at
tlio Custom-house on Friday for
Honolulu, via Newcastle, willilOO
tons coal, in addition to which she
had CO tons ballast on board. Sho
was in low of the steamer Plur-bc.
Tlio vessels passed safely down the
harbor, but when they wero round
ing South reef a bark, which after
ward proved to bo tho Maiihegan,
was seen right betwoon the heads,
apparently anchored; and almost
simultaneously a very heavy squall,
with thick rain, came on. Captain
Sutherland, of tlio Phoebe, seeing
that if ho kept going ahead his
vessel would got foul of tho Mau
hegnn, stopped the engines and
went nslerii. Tho tow rono at mien
slackened mid the Cciituiion began
to drift away to leeward on to North
head. At this moment the lope got
foul of the steamer's ptopeller, and
ns tlio ship went steadily on toward
the rocks it parted.
Anchors wero thrown out, but
without avail, and soon after she
struck. She was pulled off twico
by the steamer, but after the second
rescue she sank. The crew were
Tho Oceanic Steamship Company's
steamer Alameda will be duo here,
en route for San Francisco, to-morrow
afternoon, and will proceed on
her voyage after a few hours' slay
in poit. Our regular summary of
Hawaiian news, embracing every
thing of interest sinco the 28th
February, the dale of our last sum
mary, will lie published to-morrow
morning, and may bo had at this
ollicc or at the bookstores of Mr.
Soper and Mr. Ilewett. There is
no better publication for sending to
f i iends abroad, nor is there any
better medium for advertising any
special line of business that may
depend, in part, for its support,
upon foreign patronage. These
summaries go to all paits of the
English-speaking world, and the
demand for it is constantly increas
ing. EARTHQUAKES IN ITALY.
The San Francisco papers con-,
tain extended telegraphic accounts
of a dreadful earthquake which was
felt pretty well all over Italy, on the
23rd February. The damage to
life and property was immense. The
latest accounts, scvcial days after,
Harrowing details of the disaster
caused by the earthquakes continue
to arrive. At Diano Mariano to
day a child of twelve years old and
her father were taken from the do
bris, when tho latter expired on the
spot. The survivors at Diano Ma
riano say that tho majority of tlio
victims were killed by the second
shock, tho peoplo having (re-entered
their houses to procure clothing.
The sum of 815,000 has been found
in the ruins there. Bodies wrapped
in shrouds lie in the middle of tho
The panic was renewed at Genoa
to-day on a false report that Father
Denza had predicted another shock.
Both there and at Savona tho people
refuse to return to their houses.
They sleep in improvised places of
sholteV. Slight oscillations were
felt to-day at Albenga and Porto
Maurzio. Relief committees are
being organized throughout the
country, but it is impossible to sup
ply the numerous wants. A bill
will be intioduced in Paiiiameut for
a credit of $1,000,000 for relief pur
poses. Troops have been compelled to
keep back at the point of the bayo
nets tho crowds of despairing men
and women who were impeding tho
work of oxcavation in their efforts
to find missing relatives. Tlio bo
dies of victims of the disaster arc
terribly disliguicd. The bufferings
of the survivors arc great, the sup
ply of provisions, drugs, and ambu
lance appaiatus being painfully in
adequate ; the work of the rescuers is
attended with considerable danger.
In some cases tliey havo been oblig
ed to ileo from totteiing walls, al
though they could hear tlio groans
of victims buried beneath tho de
bris. All the members of tho family
of tlio Mayor of Bajardo were killed.
Of another family consisting of
twenty-two persons named Maestri,
only a single member, half dement
ed, is left. Half-clothed people are
wandering on tlio seashore, exposed
to tho inclement weather. At Diano
Mariano a woman and child were
taken out alive after being entombed
three days. Gioans can still bo
beards in tlio ruins, especially in tho
Via Gaiibaldi. Tlio lost oil was
valued at $500,000. Tlio losses on
other property aro heavy.
SENATOR HEARST WANTS COLD.
Chicago, March 1st. United
States Senator-elect Gcorgo Hearst,
of California, arrived hcio to-day
and left in the evening for Washing
ton, to bo sworn in. He says that
he will in the Senate try to effect
somo changes in curioucy denomina
tions, lie wants gold, L'0'" lo ,,e
issued in denominations not less than
the $20 pieces, so that all great
money ed transactions can be iiiado
with gold. Ho wants silver lb bu
made to (il the medium of "small
change," To do this he desires that
silver certificates bo issued in de
uoniiatlons of 85 and 810, not lower,
and havo silver half dollars take tho
placo of silver dollars, Tho silver
dollar and tliu sliver certificate lie
says aro u nuisance ; whereas tho
silver half dollar meets the con
venience of nil. Cleveland, he
claims, is to-day more of a silver
man than ho was when ho lirbt wonl
lo the Capitol.
Washington. Maieh 1st. Tlio
aggregate Increaso to tho Naval
Appioprlatlou bill by tlio Senate
Committee on Appropriations is be
tween twenty and twenty-two mil
lions, but inasmuch as thu lijigcsl
expenditure coveis a, period pf live
years, it Is estimated that tho addi
tional appropriation for tlio next
fiscal year will not exceed 80,000,
000, which will raise tho aggregato
expenditure for tho year to between
llilrty-ono and thirty-two millions.
Tlio Honato committee striKcs ant
Iho House provision of g 10,7-10,000
for two steel crujborsj and substitutes
an appropriation of $0,000,000 for
six protected ''eel cruisers, and
81,200,000 to p.iy pieniiuins for
extra speed of thu same. It also
appropiialcrf .J, 280,000 for tho
armament of these vessels; 80,000,
000 to be paid for the construction
of heavily armed vessels, floating
batteries nnd muds, and 82,000,000
for their armament. Eight hundred
thousand dollars is nppiopriated for
the construction of light-draft gun
boats, 8720,000 for torpedo boats,
CG00,000 for torpedo and toipedo
appliances, 8112,000 for the pur
ehasu of the JJislroycr and 810,000
for her care and operation. The
provision for the equipment of
vessels is increased 8100,000; that
for tho purchase of proving ground
is increased $20,000, and that for
rebuilding whaivcs at the Boston
Navy Yard is increased 825,000.
Tho appiopriation for the Bureau of
Provisions and Clothing is decreased
I7VERYBODY! h invited to call at
Ii iho Ul.UK Icic Uiii:vm I'ahloiis and
hispid that tplcmilil lui of Candies just
nrilvid per Au&tr.ilia. Hy the way, you
em buy some tno, There Is nothing
llko Candy I It lakes with all the yirls!
WEST, DOW & CO. havo re
eclved vs "Aiictrad i," a big lot
of riitiiiiure, iMrslo G. ods ami T'-iys,
consisting in part of IJurouus, Bedsteads,
Wire Matlrc sc, Htuh Olilco Stools,
Guitar ami Violin Siimgt, Giiltnr imd
lolin Iniliueioio, lliuninniou?, Music
IloolvK all kind-, and Sheet Music,
Foot l!jlli, B.iby Caniugei, Carls, Wag.
ous, &c, &.c, too numerous to mention.
S PERRY'S NiTrPuinilv" Flour Is
ollerul tor s.ilo by UOXSALVKS ii
CO , Queen Stieet. 01
VIEWS of the Lava Flow of 1&87.
fiom Negative imttlo on tho bccoml
day of the eruption, ih whig the col.
uiini of lava nt the toiucu eruter, niny
be seen ni tin 1'liulngiiiiih Rooms of J.
GONSALV1JS, VJ'J l'ort bi. 62
WE HAVE just received per Aus
trulla a new lot of Altials' Mil
terlil', BIony Wnre, ltra kct, Cabinet
Frames Rustic Frames, etc. And wo
arc better picpuxd than ever to make
Cornices mil Picture Kiauios baling
tho largest mill ba-t sileulcd stock of
Mouldings in the Kingdom. Ki.vo
Ditos.'-AitT hToiui. ill
Bit. I'i.i.vt'h Hi:ai:t Ri:mi:dv is a
Specific for all foinis of Heait Di.s
easo and aUo for Diseases of Kidneys
and Cfrcultiaon. Dcsciiptivo hook
with eveiy buttle, Beiibon Smith it
Co., Aueiils. 1151
ONB Tit AM CAB AN' I) 00 FEET
of T Hulls. si. pounds to the foot,
wl'h bolts and fish-plates complete.
Suitable for Warehouse or Plantation.
Apply to HOLLISTUU & CO.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A COTTAGE ON 11ERE
tani i Strict, adjoining tho
i evidence of Mrs. Mori'iui.
Cottiige contains t looms with kitchen,
Etc. Apply to E. I. ADAMS A, CO.
riMlE well known OKI Coi'iiur
X Premises. Apply at tlio BUA
VEIl SALOON !(7 if
A' PLEASANT 1'ltONT
nuwly furnished, at ll),1
Avenue, by tho weeh or mouth
(10 4w MltS. W. (S. XEliDllAM,
For Salo or Lease.
rilllOSE YltKUl.SES SITUATED ON
JL I'utiuhou SI ma culled "Kammllo
hln," thu propel ty of 0. 11. .Inild, nio for
sale or for leue tor a tirm of yens.
For particulnis Inquire of
Honolulu. Dec, 13, lbtO. R,03
FOR LEASE OH SALE.
riHK HOUSE AND LOT AT WAI.
Klkl. at present eunled bv G. D.
i'reitu. Apply in (unci) ot
I'ltlJ'I'll iVj PEACOCK,
12 tf Ll Xuuiiuu btrect.
TO LET Oil LEASE.
rpiIAT BUILDING FOR.MKULY
X occupied bv Wong I.iong us his
leddencoal ICnpilanm, neir the Reform,
utory School, eoiitaii.liig 7 looms In.
cluifliie; IMrhr, Hnliooui, Dliiliurrooui
and Klulifi), is now olliral lor tent or
leuc. nt a m st iuioniii Id rate. For In
formutbn enquire ai William Ca-tlo's
law olllce, or ol Ah In, isomer of Here,
tiiuiii ntul Nuuuiu Stieets. 02 !)w
THE RI.SIDENCE AND
l'asluie Limls nt I'nuou Vl
H. orniinlttl bv Mr. Lone.
Apply on the pmiilbv. Ul);f
ONE LARGE LOT. corner Peasacola
ami Luiialilo Ms, whhili can bo
divlildl Inlo Uu or more building loll,
Kuiiulioof G. WKSI',
51 Of Wiist, Dow ifc Co.
MONEY TO LOAN.
rjiUK umlfliMguul have nionoy tolonn
JL in sums of mil l cs than ono thous.
and dollars iipim Miti'faniorv fcourlly.
SMITH, TllL'ltHTON X KINNEY.
(I2tr (t Fort Street, Honolulu.
AJAl'ANKSE ( O01C winded; must
' nitil.ii himself guueriilly useful.
Apply at this Odlce. 73
SIX GOOD DRKSSMAKEBS wanted
nt Clme, .1, FMiul'd DreisiiiiiMnu;
Establishment. None but good hiiiuls
nerd to iipply. 1 1 tf
f F YOU WANT A SITUATION
X nuvcrlieo la Uio Daily Bvllehn,
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
03 & G5 Fort
During my absence from this Kingdom my Entire Stock o
Dry and Fancy Goods
Has boon reduced 10 per cent, less than cost, in order to
make room for new importations. Great Bargains are
offered. 50 8. EHRLICH.
IP. 1IILD13K, '-
Hell Telephone 17.
The Best Manila Cigars in the Market!
Charles Stuart Cavcrley recently published a speclux.ii of bin lyrical talent,
entitled " Mr. Leslie's Song," of which the following two venes are a specimen :
There is a rapture exceeding all measure,
lieu to enliven mis sorrowiui world;
Who docs not think of that moment with pleasure,
When first round his lips tho wreathing smoke curled ?
Parents look grave or sick,
Call It a nasty trick,
S.iy It Is ruinous sny it Is wrong;
Happy indeed is hU lot,
Who, for these caring not,
Puffs liko a chlinncy.pot,
All tho day long.
Some, who aro troubled with endless cntreallc, '
Strlio for a time this delight to forego;
Vnln mo their ellotts. tholr failure complete is
liifo without Hnioklng's unbearably slow.
Soon their mistake they find.
Leave all such thoughts behind,
Wise resolutions nil vanish in smokt;
And to their cost they sec
That, If their Ufa must be
71 Twill be no joke.
Haling bought the
Clotlm and H Furnishing Goods
From tho Templo of Fashion at greatly reduced ratoi, we now offer them to our
numerous patio'is at prices which do y competition.
These goods aro first class in every respect and contlst of all grades nnd qital.
Clolliii, Suitable lor tie Rich ai Poor alike.
In aliening them t our customers we would most respectfully draw their at
tention to tho fact that wo nre giving them tho benefit of our cheap bargain and
invite tho public in general to give us a call and examine these goods bctoro pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need cspccinl comment. 59
Fred'ricksburg Brewing Go
SAN JOSE, CAL.
Tho Lager Beer of
At tho Expositions
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Btreets, 'Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLANDJTRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
1HAS. T. GULICK, NOTAUY
J rUUMO. Ucncral IluslntfrS Agon,
ov. Bll's1. AccouuiR and ltcnm colli utcd.
Mn. JOHN GOOD, .In., authorized col.
Employment Agency. M it. V. MAHCOS,
All ofilors sent to Xo. IIS Merchant
Buret w ill rccelvu prompt atuntioii.
Hell Ti'lcpliviiv iH. V. O. Uox 415.
AT TIIK ANNUAL MEETINO OF
thn l'eoplo's Ico and Itcfiigcratlng
Co. litlil this duy, the t'ollowlng olllccrs
weio elected for tho ensuing year:
,f. M.SABS .,..., President
J. K. WILDUK.m. Vice-President
W. K. FOSTKIt .....Secretary
W, li. AVAI.L. Treasurer
J. 11. PATY , Auditor
J.M.H3ii, J. K. "Wlldor, V. K. Foster
V. E. FOSTElt,
Bco'T P. I. & Ref. Co.
Honolulu, March 1,1817. 7ii lOt
Mutual Telephone .17.1.
Egan & Co.'s
entire Stock of
the above Brewery
the First Prizes f
of 1883 nnd 1S0
AKD DKAI.KH IN
Will bo open every nftcrnoon and even,
ing us follows:
IfoBtUy, TiiCHitny, Vt'edncMday aa
To tho piibllo in goueral.
For ladies ami gentlemen.
For Indies, gentlemen nnd children.
Lessons in Fancy Skating.
Friday und Saturday Evonlngs,
AV1L1XVM WALL, Mankgar
Ui ,4r-l f& .vHSfe,-
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