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V 'h ginUji a Uivtin,
MONDAY, MAlt. M, 1887.
PJISS City of Hio deJanoiio from
San Fninoiseo,' on loule lo Yoko
hama mid Hongkong
Hiiwlulg Alllo Rowo fiom Now He
brides Stmr Klnau from Maul & llnwnll
Stmr Mlknlmla from Kauai
Stnir Jns ,iakco from Knpnn
Stmr Llkcllko from Mnni & Molokul
Stmr Klhiue.i Hon from Ilmnakua
Sohr NiniHiokinv.il ftom Koolnu
Sclir Knwnllaul fiom Koolnu
fsclir unulcfioui Htlo
Schr Wuloll from Kiniii
Schr Molwnhliio from llninnlviia
Schr ltnlul'ow fiom Hninilcl
.Sclir Wuloll from lloiiomu
March 1 I
Bgtuc Cousiiclo from San Francisco
Schr Mnitnalu fiom IMpaikou
Mm oh 11
P M S S City of Rio tie Janeiro for
Hongkong & Yokohama
Stuir Walnleali' for llaiuunuiilu, Kl-
Inucn mid llauulcl, at 4 p m
Stmr Surprise for Kuan mid Lnupahoc-
Bktnc Ella for San Fimiicixco
Stmr C It Bishop for K valla, at 0 m
Stmr MokollI for Molokal
Stmr J A Uuiunlns for Koolnu
Stmr Waiinaunlo for Wnl.inac
Schr llalcnkala for Pepeekco
Schr Kaulkunoull for Kohala
Schr Kulammiii for llainakuu
Schr Wallelo for Kuan
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Klnnu for Maul nud lluwnll, at
. p m
Stmr Llkcllku for Knhulul and Hunn, nt
H p in
Stmr KIlaiiL'ii Hon for Jlamakun, at ft
Stmr Jus Makco for Walanao and Ka-
pan, nt noon
Stmr Iwalaul for Lahnlna and Hauia-
kua, at 8 a in
Stmr Mlkaliala for Kauai, at 5 p m
Schr Wuloll for Jlonomu
From San Francisco, per P M S S
City of Rio do Janelio, Match Kith
.Tns D.ivls, -1 Chinese, and 4 European,
and !)l Chinese passenger In tinnslt.
Fiom Kauai, per Mlkaliala, March
13th F Sinclair, Francis Gay, MIssK
Gay, Miss Fiedonbuig, Aithur John
stone and wife, Mrs M S Rleo, C O
Bcrgcr, W 11 Dlmoml, W D SchuiUU, O
JJ Hofguard, I, Kaltofen, (J Brlto, F B
Auerbich, 1 Chinaman and 47 deck.
From Maul, per I.lkellkc, Maich 13th
L A Ulckcy, Miss A Chapln, W P A
Drawer, Youg Ike, Hon II Kiilhelaul,
Mrs Akolako nud daughter. ill Renter,
wife and two daughter!!, and 04 deck.
Fiom Maul & Hawaii, per Klnnu,
March 13th Major W 11 Cornwell, Hon
.J Ii Kaulukou, .1 It S Lake, II X Lung
iord, ORSneyd-ICvnneislcy and wife,
JI Guiiii, W II Bellows, Hon Dr J
"Wight, It Hind, Geo Benton, Mr Apana,
"W F Tow send, Geo 1J Waid, A Young,
Sr, Mrs Jules Taeinler and child, Mrs
Chun Lung and 2 servants, Sheriff John
T Baker, Mrs E W Barnard, Mr P.ipa
lltnu and 01 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr KJnau 13,501 bags of sugar, 01
hides, 2 mud pieces, 00 bags of
potatoes, 40 bags of taro tloui and
100 pkgs of aui'.dili'P.
.Stmr Mlkahnla-fl,122 bags of sugar, 20
bags of rice, 75 bags of pla, 20 bags
of potatoes, 29 heads of cattle and
Schr Wuloll 040 bags of sugar, CO bides
and 12 bags of ginger.
Stmr Kilauea Hon -4,100 bags of sugar.
.Stmr Jas Makec 2,081 bags of sugar.
Stmr Llkellko 8,000 bags of sugar.
.Schr Molwahlne 2,0SO bags of sugar.
.Schr Canute 3,130 bugs of sugar.
Tour whalers were off port at 0:45
this morning, the others having sailed.
The Alllo ltowe, which at rived yes
teidny from the New Hebrides, brought
beside 125 laborers, 4 cases of shells,
bats and ciulos.
The bktuo Ella sailed this morning
for San Fianciseo, with 0.047 bags of
xugur, 2,014 diy hides and 10 bales of
goatskins. Value, $34,001.75.
The bark Sononu sailed this day for
San Francisco, with 20,813 bags of sugar
and 1,300 bags of rlco. Value, f 120,300
VESSELS IN PORT.
SS Austinlla, Houdlett
Brig Alllo Howe, Phillips
Bgtuo Coubiiclo, Cousins
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun
Bk Kalakaiia, Armstrong
Bk Maltha Fisher, Buekiii
Brit baik Velocity, Bolster
Ger bk C It Bishop, Woltcrs
Bktuo Ella, Bust
Bktno S N Castle, Hubbard
Schr Hura, Closson
J. I LJJIJ U
Am wh bk Helen Mars, from San
Francisco, duo i eb 10-28
Am wh bk Francis Palmer, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Mai's, from Shu Francisco,
duo Feb 10-28
Am wh bk Andiew Hicks, from San
Frandseo, duo hub 10-28
Am missionary steam bktno Morning
Star, 11 F Turner, from the South Sea
Islands, duo Feb 20-28
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Ttfu. A. M. llowott has our thanks
for files of Into papers.
. m i
Tjir. steuin&hip Australia will Fail
for Snu Francisco at noon on Wed
Tin: mail despatched by tho Btoain
.Hliip' Alameda, on March 12th, con
sisted of 2,020 letters and 813 papers.
Buoau wiiH minced cent below
provious quotations, bufoio tho Bio
do Janeiro left San Francisco, on tho
A i.uaij was givun in honor of
Queon Kapiolani, on Satiulny uftor
noon, by tho Nana Society, at Ilo
muiknba, Punchbowl htrcot.
On Febriuiry 15th, tlio niissiouary
baikontino Mojirinj,' Star left Juliiit
for Kiibbiiio, After n slmit stay nt
issaio, xw will tail ffi'r tliis port,
leoting to jinivo hero on or jbout
0 2-ltli juBtnut,
'1 iik steam roller will bo used on
Liliha street next Wednesday.
Mrt. and Mis. F. A. Solmefor will
lcuvo for tho States by tho steamer of
Thumb will be no concert nt Emina
Squrtro this evening. Tho B.ind will
pliy at tho Opera House.
. . .
Mit. Ilymnu will hold a full power
of attorney fiom Mr. J. llyninn, dur
ing (lie hitter's absence fiom tho
Tin: Board of Trustees of the
Queen's Hospital will meet nt 11
o'clock A. M. next Thursday, in tho
loom of tho Chntnber of Commerce.
Pi!i:i'AKAiio.NM arc being made for
opening day of spiing midsummer
stvles, at tho Popular Millinery
House of Mr. X. S. Sachs, 101 Fort
Enoiniiki: White tested tho now
water pipes at tho boat landing this
afternoon, with 220 pounds hydrau
lic pressmo lo tho equnro inch. Tho
test was successfully withstood.
$1.00 per gallon is tho retail price
of pure strained sperm oil, while tho
wholcMlo price is a long way below
that iigurc, at Messis. A. W. Peirco
it Co.'m, Queen street.
Tin: cosmorama was crowded Sat
urday night. A detachment of 'tho
Hawaiian Band was stationed insido
tho building, mid tho rooms wcro
tilled with toft melodies.
Tin: Consuelo nrrived this afternoon
17 days from San Francisco. Sho
brought 18 cows, 1 calf, 2 marea and
1 jack for Col. Spaulding, and 50 hogs
for Sol. Epliraim. Mrs. Lidgato camo
by tho vessel.
Satuuday evening's Blue Ribbon
League entertainment at tho Y. M.
C. A. Hall, last Saturday evening,
was well attended and thoroughly
enjoyable. It terminated with several
signatures to tho pledge.
Mit. II. J. Nolto recoived a present
of u double barrel shot-gun, from a
tobacco merchant, by tho Australia.
Mr. Nolto bays ho is going to shoot
mynah birds, and givo tho Beaver
pations quail on toast.
Tin: Hawaiian branch of tho Y. M.
C. A. opened their hall, tho residence
of tho Into Queen Emma, Nuuanu
slicct, last Satuiday evening. Tho
attendance was largo. Speeches and
musie eompiised tho opening exer
cises. Cavtain Cook, who calls himself
"the pirate," will henceforward run
tho Ediooncr Josephine to Ewa,
twieo a week, carrying both freight
and paebcngers. Tho schooner is
open for charter by excursion parties
at all times.
Mn. Vance, tiiod and sentenced on
Snturday last in tho Police Court on
a charge of assault with a weapon nt
tho Empire Saloon, has appealed to
tho Supremo Court atitsApiilTcrm.
Ho was liberated this afternoon on ft
$500 bond with two sureties.
Timti: waif" intense excitement in
tho Police Court this afternoon at tho
anticipated revelations in tho Ben-lU'tt-.lackson
nflray. When it was
announced that the caso was re
manded for ono week, tho company
disponed witli a sad feeling of dis
appointment. Hats, ladies' and gentlemen's, of
nil colors, shapes, and styles, arc pro
curable nt tho Leading Millinery
llouso of C. J. Fishel, corner of Ho
tel and Fort streets. Tho new stock
was exposed to view on Saturday,
and bewitched lovers of fashion.
Tin: Honolulu Amateur Minstrel
Company may confidently expect a
largo gathciing at tho Opera llouso,
nii.vt Thurbday night, and the pcoplo
may as confidently look forward to
mi excellent ovening's ontcrtainment.
Tho box plan will bo open to-morrow
(Tuesday) morning, at tho olllco of
J. E. Brown & Co., Merchant street.
Tin: mntinco porfoimanco of tho
Japanese acrobats, Saturday after
noon, wns fairly attended. In tho
evening tho gallery was full, hut
down stairs was thinly dotted with
spectatois. Tho performance was
woitliy of a full house. Tho com
pany, managed by Mr. W. II. Aid
rich, will givo three performances at
Hilo and thrco at Wailuku. They
willleavoby tho steamer Kinau to
moriow afternoon for the first named
A SHOOTING CONTEST.
Messrs. W. Unger, U. U. Wilson,
and Dr. Brodio held a target shoot
ing contest at tho II. It. A. rango,
King street, Saturday afternoon.
The distance was -100 yar3 with 10
rounds. Following arp the soorea
Unger 5, 5, 4, 5, 5, 5, 5, 4, 0,
Wilson 5, 5, 3, 4, 5, 4, 5, 4, 4,
llrodio 4, 4, 4, fi, 5, 5, 5, 4, 5,
Tho following passengers arc
hooked to lcavo for Sau Francisco,
by tho S. S. Australia, Wednesday
noon: Mrs. Wilfong, MissK. Cum
mins, Miss Slinttuck, A. W. Davis
and family, Mrs. J. L. Sniight and
a children, J. A. Wing, S. Colin, F.
T. Abpinwall, Rout. Hind, J. K.
Miller, Mrs. F. Schmidt, Miss F.
Wade, Miss &. Wado, II. Alleyno,
C. F. Peikjus, O. J. Taylor, M.
Mum. A. S. Kirk, A do Witt, J. R.
MoLenegan and wife, Mrs. J. R.
Tohey, II. II. McLeriegan, C. rrj
J. II.' Trior; Gen. N. II. Davis anil
), Hyiuan and wife.
Captain Macy, who left hero n
few years ago, with tho schooner
Gen. Sclgle, for the South Sea
Islands, is ngnin in Honolulu. Tho
captain has been running a trading
schooner about the New Hebrides,
and has become n successful trader.
Ho lias introduced copra-making at
plnocs whore the natives had no idea
of it, and has adorned somi-savago
Islanders with their' first clothes.
Captain Macy looks upon the South
Sea Islands ns his future home.
He has not had a sick hour during
his time there, and he is perfectly
happy with his rudo mode of living.
He camo by tho Alllo Rowe, yester
day, on business, presumably to
purchase a schooner for the South
Tho wants of mati are numerous
and varied, ''the how" lo supply
many of which can he found in the
programmes of Major C. T. Gulick
and Messrs. J. E. llrown & C. pub
lished in the advertising columns of
the Bum.uti.v. It is not pretended
that there every conceivahlo want of
man is provided for ; for a man may
want to live without work, and nei
ther of the lists defines how this can
be done. Rut they can both meet
the requirements of those who may
want employees, of almost every
description. Those who want cot
tages or land, cither to purchase or
to rent, may bo accommodated light
away. Those in want, may do well
to read for themselves.
DEATH OF MR. B. F. BOLES.
Rcnjamin Frank Rollcs, tho only
son of tho late R. F. Rollcs, died at
11 o'clock last night, at the resi
dence of John II. Paty, Esq., nud
was buried at 4 o'clock this after
noon. Rcnjamin F. Rollcs was born
in New London, Connecticut, on
.March 2G, 1843. Mr. Rollcs came
here in about 49, spending his early
youth with his parents at Lahniiui,
Maui. In 1850 ho went home to
New London, and on returning he
entered the employ of the Pacific
Mail Steamship Company. Subse
quently he was engaged in the Inter
Island trade, in vaiious capacities,
latterly having charge of the Kuau
landing for the Pacific Navigation
Co. The deceased had been suffer
ing for the past several years witli
Rngbt's disease, and his complaint
was aggravated by iiblrain in August
last, from which he never entirely
recovered. A widow, a mother and
five sisters, (Mrs. J. M. Cavarly in
San Francisco, Mrs. R. F. Loveiand
in Seattle, W. T., and Mrs. Clins.
Hustace, Mrs. J. II. Taty and Miss
Lilian Rollcs in Honolulu) to mourn
BOOKS PRESENTED TO THE LIBRARY
ASSOCIATION BY A. J. CART
Contribution of a venerable sav
age to tho ancient history ot the
Hawaiian Islands Jules Itemy,
Oceana Fronde, London, 188G.
Tho Encyclopedia of Free-Masonry
and its kindred sciences Al
bert G. Mackey, Thiladelphia, 1874.
The Lifo of Lorenzo Do Medici
called tho Magnificent W. lfoseue,
Tho Lives of Dr. John Donud,
Sir Henry Watton, Mr. Richard
Hooker, Mr. George Herbert, and
Dr. Robert Sandci son Izaak Wal
ton, New York, 1848.
A Journoy to Iceland and Tra
vels in Sweden and Norway Ida
Tfeiffcr, New York, 1852.
Wanderings in Corsica, its History
and its Heroes Ferdinand Grcgoro
vius, Edinburg, 1855, 2 vols.
The Rible Hand-Rook, and intro
duction to tho study of the Sacred
Scriptures Joseph Angus, London,
Tho Marino Mammals of tho
North-western coast of America, de
scribed and illustrated, together
with an account of the American
Whale-Fishery Charles Scammon,
San Francisco, 1874.
Troy and Its Remains by Dr. II.
Schliemann, New York, 187G.
Theio havo also been icceived 5
volumes from Hon. W. B, Castle.
QUEEN EMMA HALL.
The committeo in charge of fitting
and furnishing "Queen Emma Hall"
gratefully acknowledge tho follow
ing additional donations and sub
scriptions: Mrs. S. M. Damon,
cottage piano j C. E. Williams,
reading stand for platform ; John
Nott, pans for washing lamps; L.
J. Levey, 0 water color chromos
framed ; J. II. Soper, inkstand, pen
am ink; A. M. Hewctt, blotting
pad and pnpors ; Emmolulh & Co.,
2 tubuar side lanterns ; Mr. W. O.
Smith, books; Hawaiian Roatd,
books and scriptures, Hawaiian,
Japanese, Portuguese; Rev. C. M.
Ilydo, Hawaiian books and news
papers, hound and unbound. Also,
from Rev. S. E. Bishop, $5; Rev,
W. C. Morrttt, 8fi t Mr. J. T. Dare,
85 ; G. 1 Castle, 05 ; W. A. Kin
ney, $5 ; Rev. W. R. Oleson, 5.
Tho money contributed by tho.
ladies has been appropriated for
cleaning, kalsomining, and painting
the rooms, nud for furnishing the
janitor's room. More money is
stjjl needed for tables, chairs, book
cases, blaokrbfjanls, &o. &t. Any
articles suitable for tho uses of tliu
Hall may bo sent to tho building, or
will he called for. Money may ho
sent to the Tieasuicr, Henry Water
house. Illustrating with cuts Tho ex
change editor, cutting,
WRECK OF THE T. R. FOSTER.
Viotoiia, March 0. The gou'in
ment steamer Sir John Douglas,
which left for the west coast of Van
couver island on Saturday last lo in
vestigate a reported wreck, return
ed thin c cuing, having on hoard
Captain Rugg and seventeen of tho
crew of the Hawaiian hark Thomas
II. Foster. Tho captain Males that
after the vessel left Ksqiiimalt, Do
cenibcr -Ith, she encounteied heavy
gales off Capo Flattery, and spuing
a leak on the 12th." The vessel
attempted to enter Ncah bay nud
Rarciay sound, but being met by
heavy, unfavorable gales was unablo
to do so. On the 18th the crew left
the ship in boats and made land with
but scant provisions. They were
subsequently sttccoicd by Indians.
The bark was loaded with 1G50 tons
of Wellington coal, part owned by
Welch of San Francisco.
RETURN OF THE AMI ROWE.
The Hawaiian brig Allie Rowe
arrived yesterday, 28 days from
Jaluit, with 125 South Sea Island
laborers 105 men and 20 women.
The brig has been away from here
six months, and has made a veiy
successful voyage. She called at
fully JO places for laborers, procur
ing many at tome poits without tiio
least dilllculty, while nt other points
no recruits could be mustered. While
at Maivo Island (Aurora) tho vessel
lost an anchor and GO fathoms of
chain, during a gale. 'Copra is
plentiful at the Islands and trade is
good. Tho Allie Rowe could havo
brought a full load of copra, but
tho captain icf used to take it, be
cause tho odor would havo sickened
Ills passengers. Tho laborers aro a
fine, healthy lot. Two of them wcro
here before, while tho others nro
entiio strangers. They will be dis
tributed to various plantations in a
day or two, in the meanwhile they
will remain aboard ship in tho
stream. Captain Phillips was taken
sick with fever shoitly after leaving
this port for tho South, and has not
fully recovered yet. He has lost
considerable llesh and is very wenk.
Two passcngcls, II. Mulley a trader,
and Capt. Macy formerly of this
city, camo by tho brig.
This 'morning 1 1 drunks contri
buted the usual sum of SG each to
tho Court funds.
Two Chinnmen appeared to answer
a charge of furious and heedless
driing. One acquitted, and one
fined $5 and SI. 10 costs.
Two white men were charged with
assault and battery. Ono discharged,
and one found guilty and lined S15
and 81.20 costs.
II. C. Mastou was charged with
soiling and dispensing spirituous
liquors without a license. Remanded
to loth instant.
Two Chinamen were charged with
violating Rule 24 of the express or
cairiage regulations. A nol. pros,
asked for and granted.
James Rennett, charged witli as
sault and battery on G. E. G. Jack
son. Mr. L. A. Thurston for de
fendant. Mr. Thurston said that a
warrant had been issued for the ar
rest of Jackson on n charge of
affray. Counsel suggested that by
tiying this case first time would bo
saved. The Couit adopted tho
suggestion. Roth defendants en
tered n plea of not guilty. At the
request of defendant Jackson the
caso was remanded until Monday
next the 21st instant.
Londoii7March4. IiiTthc Com
mons to-night Sir James Ferguson,
Parliamentary Secretary of tho
Foieign Olllco, announced that the
government had received informa
tion of tho rising in Rulgaria. The
outbreaks had been entirely sup
pressed. They wcro confined to a
small portion of tho troops of Silis
tria and Riibtehuk, who had been
incited by emissaries from tho re
fugees. No lising elsewhere in
Rulgnria had been reported.
I EVERYBODY! i iiultud to call at
li tho hi.in: Ici: Ohihm PAiu.oitsaud
ini(.rt that t-plciirliil lot of CuihIich just
arilvul per Australia. Hy tho w.iy, you
cm liny fconio too. There Is nothing
like Candy I It takes with nil the girls t
QPERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour Is
O olleicd for sale by QOInSALVKS &
CO, Queen Street. (II
VIEWS of tho Lava Flow of U87,
110111 Nc'Ljiilivi's mndi) on tho second
day of the eruption, tli whifj the col.
uninoflimi nl tliu KMiiee cutter, limy
he seen hi ihn IMiotor.iiih Rooms of J,
GONSALVK-". 12'J Fori 81. KJ
WE HAVE jut received per Aus
trnllii a new lot of Aitisu' Miv
tciiil-", Khony Wiire, Ilia kit, Culinut
Frames Ru-tie Fiaia -p, lIo. And wo
nro better prep.iud than ever to make
Oornlucs nnil Picture l'ramo), haIng
the largest and best sdumed stock ot
.Mould iugr, in the Kingdom. Kino
linos.' iiiT Btoiii:. ill
1)h. Fi.int'h 1Ii:aut Ui:mi;dy is a
Specific for all foiius of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Ciicitltiaon. Dcsciiptivo book
with ovciy bottle, Roiibon Smith it
Co., Auents. :)51
Patuonizk Homo Industry hy buy
ing cigars of. I. W. llingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Oiystal Soda
Woiks, whoro ho is prepared to fill nil
orders at the lowest posniblo whole
sale prices. Island orders policitcd
and pioinptly filled. Tho attention
of dealeirt is i expect fully invited to
tho faot "no licoiuo is lequired" to
toll theso oigius, Do not forget tho
nanio J. W. llingley, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel Mrcot.
The Vont'i IW'in eppcint says:
The lcvhod rum t.i it Homo Minis
ter Heir Tutkniui r will be replaced
by llerr Rciiniu&eu is unfounded.
Hopes of mediation between
France and Germany aie quite un
known here. It would not bo under
taken until l'innco piomised to
abandon overy idea of revenge.
1 . II, M
Tclephono 410, bath Companies.
OFFICE AND CAtmiAGE STAND:
Corner Qtioon 'j JBrt .St.
All Cm Huge
Buchanan, 120.; hi tnls Compiny
.. ate owned by
Mooro, . 200.; ,leir driver,
Pclerson, . 201.: Vh" u'm c,11.
n n " '"-'.Mil HI UU
Baker, - CO. : t'nlr List to
Brown, 1 93, j bhiI-i ( llielr p.i-
DOylC, - - GO : ,,,,(1 iiODKlUTH
SO 1 in
Am prepared to givo
To the Public and ask their pationngc.
m. ir. KANi:,
Bell 38;i. Jlutunl M2.
0" 1 m
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner of Xnuaini A. Hotel HtrcotH.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Curriaj," Cumpnny has been re
cently organ iml mid guarantees to
mml-li pond oi'iiveyiincoi, tru-lirtliy
drivers, mill will ni.iko no extortionate
All calls will bo promptly attended to.
Cirriaoat nil Iioiiih, dnv and night.
Saddle lloe", Iluggiis, Wiigonrite and
Village Ciris witu stylish and guutlo
horses to let.
A. few Ilorspt, gum-mitred. Second
hiinil llncKs, Open and Top Haggles,
Carts and Hnrnc.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Illng up TUrphotK 1)2, or apply to
MILKS & HAYJLKY.
AJAPANESK ( OOK wi.ntcd; must
mulce hlm-clf generally useful.
Apply at this OHlce. 73
SIX GOOD DltRSSMAlfEns wanted
lit Chi", J. Fi he's Dressmaking
hstuliHsliincnt, Nonu but good hunus
need to npply. 14 if
ONE TRAM OAK AND COO FEET
of T Hiiilf, fix pounds to the foot,
an i'h bolts and fUli-platcs complete
Suitable for Waielmii-o or Plantation.
Apply to 1UH LISTEN & OO.
COTTAGE TO LET.
A OOTTUJE ON I1ERE-
tiinli Mrici, ndjoltiltig tho
rcldun o of Mw. Mori'mi.
Cottugo contniiii 1 looms ulih kitchen,
Etc Apply to E P. ADAMS A; CO.
rpiin well fciuwn Old Corner
X Promise. Apply ut ihe UKA
VKK bAI.Oi.N W If
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. It hi of Luca' Mill,
Will bo open cvory altninoon and even.
iiiic in follows;
Monday. Tnwtfny, 'WoiJmiKilny end
To tlio pithlip In general,
For lndlc' mid gentlemen.
HatiiiMlity AI'Ici'iiooiih, '
For Indii'F, gi'iitlenini mid children.
Lesson in Fnnrv RKatlng.
.Friday nud Siuuidny Evoningis.
.WILLIAM WALL, Slanogor.
TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
(ill & 5 FortiStrcet, Honolulu.
By the Zenlandia, due here on the 18th of this month,
Mr. Ehrlich will return to Honolulu, with one of the Larg
est and best Selected Stocks of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS!
Ever imported to Honolulu.
The Ladies and General Public are cordially invited to
inspect the Stock upon its arrival.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS !
81 8. EHRLICH.
If. IIIL1JER. -
flcll Telephone 17.
The Best Manila Cigars in the Market!
Charles Stunit Cavcrlcy recently published a specimen of bin lyrical tnlent,
entitled " Mr. Leslie's Soutf " of which tho following two versos are a specimen:
There la a rapture exceeding all measure,
Left to enliven this sorrowful world;
Who doc9 not think of Hint moment with plcasuro,
When llrst round his lips tho wreathing smoke curled 1
Parents look grave or nick,
Call It n nnsty trick. ,
Say It U ruiuoua s.y It Is wrong;
Happy Indeed is his lot, ...
Who, for these caring not,
Pud's llko a chlinney.pot,
All tlio day long.
Some, who arc troubled with ciulles entreaties, " J
Htrlvc for a time this delight to forego; .
Vain are llielr efforts, their failure complete Is
I ilfe without smoktng's unbearably slow. '
Soon their miBtnko they find, - '
Le.ivo nil such thoughU behind, ?'
Wise resolutions nil vanish In smoke;
And to their oot they seo
That, If their lifo must be
71 Twill bono joke.
Bargains at Egan & Co.'s
Haiog bought the entire Stock of
Clothing and Gents' Fnrnislg (roods
From tho Temple of Fashion at greatly reduced rates, wo now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which do y competition.
Theso goods aro llrst class hi ovcry respect and consist of all grades and qui,
Glolliig, Suitable for tie M ai Poor ale.
In offening them ta our customers wo would most respectfully draw their at
tention to tho fact Unit wo are giving them tho benctlt of our chen'p bargain and
invite the public in general to give us a cull mid examine these goods before pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comment. 09
Fred'ricksburg Brewing Co.
SAN JOSE, CAL.
The Lager Beer of
At tho Expositions
I. ::. : :
M. GOLDBERG, .
IMI'OKTEIl AUD DKALKIt IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hatsand Caps, '
Corner Fort ft Merchant Street, HonelalnJ Campbell's Block.
ISLANDjTRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
A PEASANT FRONT ROOM,
V. newly furnlMicd, at 10." Nuuniiu
Avenue, by tho weuk or mouth.
00 lw MliS. W. G. NRKUIIAM.
For Sale or Lease.
rpiIOSK lMU'.MISKS SITUATKD ON
X I'unnhou Street called "liuniinllo.
hlu," tho property of O. II. Judd, are for
wilo or for leiiso for a term of years.
For particulars Inquire of
Al.F.X. J . OAIt rWRIGUT.
Honolulu, Deo. 13, 1K60. 1C03
JFOR LEASE OR SALE.
rpili: HOUSK AND LOT AT AVAL
X kikl, at present occupied by Q. D.
Fioctli. Apply nt olllco of
FltKETH & l'EACOOK,
tf 23 Nuuanu street.
Mntunl Telephone 1173.
the above Browcry
the First Prizes f
ot 1683 and 1E80
.'..t: .: i
TUB RESIDENCE AND
Pastu ro Lands at Pauoa Vl
lav, occupied bv Mrs- Lonir.
Apply on tho premises. SOtf
II I -HI ' I -' I.I.. II l
ONE LARGE LOT, corner Tensacola
and Lunalllo Hts , whloh can be
divided into two or mora building lota.
Enquire of O. WEST,
11 Of West. Dow & Co.
MONEY TO LOAN.
THE undersigned have money to )oia
in Hums of not less than ono thous
and dollar upon satisfactory security,
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY,
02tt CO Fort Street, Honolulu..
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise In tho Daily Bulletin.
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