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Sli Uai tfUiin.
MONDAY, MAR. 21, 1887.
Stinr Mlktilinla from Kaunl
Stmr Wnlalcalo from Htiunlcl and Kl-
Stmr Iwalntil f ii)in llnmakim, Hawaii
Stmr JniiiM Mnkcc from ICnunl
Stmr Mokolli from Mmil ami Molokat
Schr Emma from Kauai
Haw steamship Zealandia, 7 days from
Schr Wnlehu from Wnlaluu
Buhr Kiiwalhiiil from ICoolau
Stmr Klmiti for thu Volcano ami wny-
iiort", at -1 p in
.Stmr Llkellko for Kalmlul nntl Haua,
at a i m
BtuirO It lUsliop for Knp.in at I p m
vessels Leaving to-morrow.
Schr Walehti for Wiilnlua
8chr Knwallanl for Koolau
Ugtno .1 D ypicckoli for fan 1'rnncNco
Stmr W G Mall for Liiliiilmi, Mnntiir-ii,
IConaaml Kan at 10 a m
Htnir Mokolli for Mololml at B p m
Stmr Jii Slnkcc for Wnlnnao mid Ka
lian at noon
From llnmnktia, Hawaii, per stmr
Iwalnnl, March 10th .f3t Mill and 11
From Kauai, per ctuir Mlkahala,
March 20th Mrs M .1 Howell, S Nuau
ao.3 Chinese, and 121) deck.
From San Francisco, per stmr Zca
Innula, March 20th A Cropp and wife,
F V Macfarlane and wlfo. Miss Whlc
iiiiuin, S Khrllch, A Awhloii, MI
.Toscplilnc Davidson, O Engelhiirdt.
Clmilcs llt'hard and wife. MNs .lulla E
Hchard, MUs Mary K llcbard. Master
'Daniel L Hebard, II O Fiench, Cant W
11 Ellis, Miss Annie lliissforth, II A
Harrison, Mrs S Vlliown, Mouto Ila.!o,
II Monrniitliiil W O l''reuch, Paul Trotn
hllt, L A Hoiiilielnciiier, APTIuoii,
D S Austin, .1 Mortimer Sllvct,.TIloeii
bcrg, Mis F O D.imc and daughter,
Win Sheafo, Mls F Sheafe, Miss K
Sheafc, Albert Herbert and wife, II
Chain, wife, and child, and 12 steerage.
For Auckland and Sydney, per stmr
Zealaiulla, March 20th-.I T i unipbolt,
wife, and 2 chlldim. II W Heath and
wife, 11 IJlchaiiHon, II i: Williams,
Fletcher Dixon, Win Peter, Mm A
Muckcrsy, II I) Wlmaii, K Pherdare
and wife, 11 A Perry. K K Morse wlfo
and child, J W llidgeway, Geraad Ity
land, O A Field, Mis L Harris and son,
Mrs .1 C Williamson ami child, T It
Carlyle, G II Gardner. Mrs S V Itylawl
and 2 children, A W Marshall, 11 II
Schlapp wlfo and infant, Mrs J 11 Gray,
John Allison, .liinics Howard, James
Morton, and 11 ntcorage.
CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mokolli 1)00 bags sugar, and 01
Stmr -Mlkahala .".0G; bags sugar, no
bags iila, 13 hide, la bales wool,
auu o head cattle.
Stmr Iwnlanl 5,03'J bags sugar.
Stmr Jus Makcc 2,41Bliagi sugar.
Stmr Walalc ile 2,0.8 bags sugar, 50
Steamer Zealandia, Capt Van Orter
endorf, sailed fiom San Francisco
.March 13th, at 3:32 v. St., arrived at
Honolulu Mai ch 20th, with the follow
ing pascngers :
Honolulu, -10 cabin and 13 slcorage.
Auckland, 8 cabin.
Sydney, 3.1 cabin and 11 Moorage.
Total 81 cabin and 21 stceiago.
She has 330 .1-4 tons of Height for
this port valued at 825.2'jO.
The sailing of tho Mlkahala for Kauai
has been postponed until Wednesday at
"Ti p m.
VESSELS IN PORT.
Jlk Kalakana, Armstrong
Bk Martha Fisher, Uuckiii
Bktno Eureka, Meyer
Bktne S N Castle, Hubbard
Bktno Mary Wliikelman, Blake
Brig Alllu Howe, Phillips
Brit bark Velocity, Bolster
Ger bk O It Mshop, Wolters
Schr Hera, Closson
Tern W S Bowne, Paul
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The latest Honolulu gag is "Did
you got wet?"
- Thu plan of tho now Mclnorny
building is in llcwett's window.
Tub Huluitin is obliged to Mr.
MoLano, puisor of tho Zealamlia, for
files of lato papers.
An nmatour bcncllt was given to
tho crow of tho T. It. Foster, Victoria,
British Columbia, on March lOlli.
Mus. W. Turner, wifo of Mr. AV.
Turner, watch-maker, died Saturday
dvoning, and was buried yostorday.
Tin; .Taokson-Bonnott afl'iay canio
up at tho Police Court to-day and
was again remanded until to-morrow.
A most sickening odor from heaps
of taro rcfuso and stagnant water is
emitted at tho foot of Punchbowl
Tin: floor plan of tho now Bethel
. Union Church, on view iu Thrum's
Window, Fort streot, is becoming nn
pbject of considerable interest.
Tin; public will bo pleased to know
.but tho Amateur Minstrels intend
Jiunislung another oyoning's amuse
iiioiit at tho end of this week.
Mil. Ehrlicb, of tho Templo of
Fashion, has returned from Kan
Francisco, witli an immense stook of
goods, of which particulars will be
Mabtuh Willio Bergor, ton of our
osteomed Bandmasler, broke bis
collar bono while playing at foot-ball,
last Satuiday, at the baseball giounds
Mil. William Wilder received a
tolcgram fiom Hon. H, (i. Wildor,
tinted Miu ch 11th, anil stating that
tho honorable gontleman arrived at
New York city on thu 8th inst. from
England, and would bo in Honolulu
by tho Australia on April Gth.
Milk thieves uio roportcd to bo
netivo again. Several tins wero
emptied of their contents on Alakea
sticot, at an eaily hour this morning.
Aiiout twelve protty roses of va
rious shades, and nuulo of paper,
canio by tho S. S. Zealandia yester
day, and aio oiifcviow at llcwett's,
Merchant Ktrcet. Mr. llcwett says
they n ru tlio rago for feinalu adorn
meht in tho States.
Tin: local artist, Jack Hccs, has
just completed four Jackson-Bciinctt
sketches for C. F. McCarthy's win
dow, Fort street. Tho first sketch
shows tho boatswain saluting tho
Admiral ; second, tho Admiral repii
mniiding tho boatswain; third, the
boatswain dealing a stunner to the
Admiral, and fourth, the boatswain
going tn tho Station House, leaving
tho Admiral in a sorrowful plight.
ARRIVALS AT THE EAcfE HOUSE.
Mr. Thomas Prince, Volcano
House; Mr. Charles Campbell, S. S.
Bishop; Mr. Henry Idean, San
Francisco; Mr. George II. Antler
sou. BAND CONCERT.
The lloyal Hawaiian Hand will
play nt Emma Square this even
ing, commencing at 7:30 o'clock.
Following is tho programme:
'arch Emperor William Bergcr
Overture IJcrlln J Jfc Conradl
Finale Cariiicu Blzct
ltcmhilscciicc,s of Mcyei beer. ..Godfrey
fcaxoplioiio Quartett White Wings
March Taiiiihanser Wagner
Medley -ongs of Germany Beyer
Waltz German Ileal Is Strauss
Quailillle btiidcnts of Germany....
Watch on the Itliluc, Hawaii Pouul.
We arc requested to say that the
set of Wavcrlcy, mentioned in Sat
in day's I5ui,m:tin as having been
presented to the Library Associa
tion by Mr. A. J. Cartwright, wero
thu gift of Mr. II. F. Lewis. The
fact that Mr. Lewis presented the
books through Mr. Cartwright was
the cause of the mistake being made.
Honor to whom honor is due.
A NARROW ESCAPE.
Five young men, stopping at the
Hawaiian Hotel, had a closo shave
Saturday night. They wero in a
hack, going down to the Kapiolani
Hath House, to sec a hula tlaucc,
that was to have been given there,
and had got near tho Marine Rail
way, when they saw the polico
stealthily going that way. The five
immediately wheeled about, and
went home to feel glad later on.
BEAVER CIGAR DIVAN.
There will bo on view and for
sale, to-morrow, at Nolle's Beaver
Cigar Divan, one of the finest selec
tions and one of tho largest stocks of
cigars, cigarettes, and smoker's re
quisites over exhibited in this market.
Mr. Noltc's long experience in the
Honolulu trade enables him to know
the wants of his customers, and in
Older to gratify them ho has, at
considerable expense, imported just
what is the line of their demands.
Those who wish to have the first
pick should remember that to-morrow
will be the day of commence
Mr. and Mrs. Ciias. Hebard, Lake
Superior, Mich.; Misses (2) and
Master Hebard, Lake Superior,
Mich.; Will. G. French, New York ;
Paul Trommlitz, San Francisco ; II.
Morgcnthan, San Francisco ; Albert
Herbert and wife, Boston, Mass. ;
A. Cropp r.iul wifo, Koloa, Kauai ;
Miss A. Hassforth, Koloa, Kauai;
L. II. Bernheimcn, New York; A.
P. Thorpe, New York ; J. Rosen
berg, San Francisco; 15. Monte
Casso, San Francisco; Mrs. F. O.
Dance, Kan Francisco ; Miss Dance,
San Francisco ; Misses (2) Sheafe,
Sail Francisco ; II. G. French, San
Francisco ; Win. Sheafe, San Fran
cisco. DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT.
The Zealandia brought from San
Francisco, yesterday, tho lifeless
body of the lato Mr. Hugh Mcln
tyre. The deceased was on a visit
to tho Coast, and was taken ill there
on the 7th instant, and died on the
9th. The body was interred in tho
Nuuanu cemetery yesterday after
noon, tho Kovb. J. A. Cruzan and
15. C. Oggel olltciating. The late
Hugh Mclntyro was a native of
Scotland, and was 73 years of age.
He came to these islands in 18 IG.
A widow, three sous, and two
daughters mourn his loss.
, Tho Portuguese Luno must be
'well-supported to bo abjo to lavish
premiums in tho way it does. In
the last number, prizes of $2 and $5
wero offered tp those of its readers
who may guess a certain number of
the enigmas and charades published
by that paper. This number offers
two premiums of 82 each, to such
of tho Portuguese school children
on theso islam), who will bo able to
send tho best translations of toxts
published by thu Jaiso -, one, Portu
giicse into English, ami tho other,
English into Portuguese. And out
sidu of tho interest of tho premium,
tho two selections are highly inter
cbting. Tho Jaiso was ohilgcd to
publish a 1-coliiinn supplement.
Evidently that paper is making
strenuous efforts ami doing good
work to propagato instruction
amongst tho Portuguese, and is
worthy of every encouragement.
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE.
AMATUUU MIXSTHULS' riMtFOItMAXCT..
Pcoplo went to the Hawaiian
Opera House Saturday night for
pleasure and amusement. An un
usually large proportion of tho com
munity was of the same mind ; for
a moio than ordinary audieneu, in
point of numbeis, awaited the lift
ing of the curtain. Wherever a
place could bo found for a chair in
the lower part of the house, besides
the regular fixed seats, there a chair
was placed, and someone was there
to occupy it. Thu anticipated
pleasure iiinl amusement wero real
ized. The songs and choruses were
mostly new, and appreciation was
shown by frequent applause. J. M.
Dowsctt, who sang "Sweet Chiming
Bells," was complimented with a
beautiful bunch of flowers. The
"Sensational Japanesu bamboo pole
act," by 15. Low and W. G. Ann
strong, was nu excellent take-off of
the Japanese Acrobats, anil excited
great .merriment. "Chun llook"
was even better than when played
at the previous performance, several
finishing touches having been added
to the burlesque. A crush of for
eign matter by thu Zealandia pre
vents a more extended notice.
A FATAL ACCIDENT.
Mr. Fred Harrington, a stalwart
sailor, who came hero several months
ago as second olllccr of the bail; C.
O. Whitmore, and who was appoint
ed chief olllccr of the steamer Wai
alcalo four months ago, met violent
death on Tuesday last tho loth
instant, while discharging his duty.
The steamer Waialoalc was landing
freight at Kilauca, Kauai, on the
above date, and was discharging a
heavy box of iron bolts, when the
accident happened. Tho vessel was
rolling, considerably swinging tho
box of bolts that was suspended in
mid-air. As thu box came in with
a roll of the vessel, Harrington tried
to stop it and was jammed against
the donkey-engine, lie received a
violent blow on the abdomen and
fell to the deck. On being picked
up he said that he felt something
running downward inside of him.
Ho was taken ashore at 0 o'clock,
half an hour after the accident oc
curred, to be treated by Dr. Camp
bell. After -17 hours of terrible
agony, Harrington breathed his last.
He retained consciousness nearly up
to tho moment of his death. At 43
o'clock on the evening of the 17th,
the day on which he died, the re
mains were interred in Kilauca
cemetery. The deceased belonged
to Massachusetts and was about 28
3rears of of age. Ho was not mar
ried and had no relatives here.
During the small hours of Satur
day night, when all good boys
should have been in bed, Marshal
Kaulukou, accompanied by olllccr
Hopkins, two native policemen mid
Arthur Peterson, Deputy Attorney
General, rudely, that is without in
vitation, descended upon the Kapio
lani Bath house, and collared an
army of naughty boys. When the
Marshal and party made their ap
pearance in the house, there was a
general titampede. Lah-dc-dahs in
their Sunday-go-to-inceting clothes
jumped from tho balcony into the
bay, thus escaping. One, well
known, tried to go through a
window, but the Marshal
caught him by tho legs, saying,
"Pardon me, I would like you for a
witness; your name, please." "Oh
never mind my name, and let go my
corn," responded the well-known.
After securing the boys, and Chas.
Moltcno, keeper of the house, the
rooms were searched and wines,
beer, gin and whisky wero found in
largo quantities, besides hula dresses
and other things connected with a
disorderly house. Molteno was
taken to the Station House, but was
liberated shortly after on So00 bail.
Frank May, tho ex-hack driver,
who was hurt during the great
Chinatown fire, was visited yestcr
daj' forenoon by tho police and in
his house on Queen street, near
South street, was found a huge
stock of liquors. He was arrested
for selling spirituous liquors with
out a license, and tho result may be
seen in tho Police Court record in
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Monday, March 21st.
Sam Koamiana, .loo Williams,
drunks, SG each.
Chas. Moltcno, charged with keep
ing a disorderly houso at tho Ka
piolani Bath House. The defendant
not being in Couit when his namo
was called, the SSOO bond was "de
clared forfeited, but before the
Court adjourned the defendant up.
pearcd and the case Mas remanded
until the 28th inst.
Frank May, charged with selling
spirituous liquors without a licence
during week previous to tho 20 Inst.
Pleaded guilty and lined 8100 and
Jim Crow and Win. Woolham,
charged with larceny of one steer
from Kawailoa Hunch Co. on or
about March 18, at Wiiialun, Oahu ;
Value 35. Remanded to the 22
inst. A. O. Smith for defendants.
Koaniani, charged witli larceny of
condensed milk from II. May & Co. 'a,
on tho 19 inst. Value 10. Re
manded on the 15 inst. L, A.
Thurston for defendant.
Jas. Bennett ami G. 15. G. Jack
son, further remanded to the 22nd
Wm. Cunmiings, charged with as
sault ami buttery on Kalmhaim on
10 inst. Pleads guilty and was fined
S2 and S3 costs.
R. Schreiber, asault and battery
on Victor Marlaln in Honolulu on
the 20 inst. Pleaded not guilty,
then pleaded guilty, and was lined
$;" and SI costs.
Ellkai, Hon. Edwards, and Victor
Marliiin, drunks, SG each.
Kong Fap, (boy 10 years old),
charge, with vagrancy ; remanded to
Palakiko, charge with larceny of
about S3 on or about 15 lust., re
manded to 22 inst.
Ah Yip. charged with vagrancy
remanded to tho 21 last.
J. Sullivan, for carrying two more
passengers In his carriage than the
law allows, forfeited SI.
Dio, Japanese girl, on remand
from tho ISJth Inst., pleads guilty of
larceny of goods valued at 875 from
Hon. A. S. Cleghorn about a week
or so ago, and is sentenced to pay u
fine of So, and to imprisonment at
hard labor for ono month; costs $3.
DEATH OF HENRY WARD BEEGHER.
Henry Ward Bccchcr, the great
preacher, is dead. IIo breathed his
last on tho 8th March, at l):15 a. m.
The event was expected. Mr.
Bcecher began to sink slowly after
midnight. The watchers at 'his be
side soon saw that the end was near,
and he passed quietly away while
asleep. IIo never recovered con
sciousness af,ter the paralysis had
stupefied his mind. Most of the
members of his family wcic present.
Dr. Searlu, his medical attendant
had noticed a change in the patient's
condition at 1:30 a. jr., and sum
moned all in tho houso to tho bed
side, momentarily expecting his
death, but ho lingered much longer
than had been anticipated. He
passed away gradually and almost
imperceptibly, drawing his lust
breath without apparent suffering or
a return to consciousness in any de
gree. Mrs. Bcecher boio up wonder
fully and with marvelous courage.
No crapo was hung on the door,
Bcecher having always objected to
tho uso of this ami the gloom associa
ted with it in tho presence of death,
and instead a magnificent wreath of
flowers was hung from tho left side
of the doorway, and the top of the
stoop, composed of white and red
roses and lilies of the valley tied up
with white satin.
The remains of tho lato Rev.
Henry Ward Bcecher wero taken
from Plymouth Church at 8:30
o'clock on the 12th and conveyed
to Greenwood Cemetery, whcio they
wero deposited in a largo receiving
vault, whcio they will remain until
tho family select a lot for Until inter
ment. All night long thu church
was guarded by Plymouth Company
G. and at 7 o'clock in tho morning
the remains Mere turned over to the
Plymouth Church committee who
had charge of tho burial. Only the
family and closo personal friends of
tho deceased went out to tho ceme
tery. Tin: funeral cortege proceed
ed from the church to Greenwood
Cemetery by the shortest route.
At the church a chorus of sixty
voices sang tin: Initial chant, "Lord,
Let Me Know Mine End." A lesson
was read by Dr. Hall and a prayer
delivered by Bcv. S. B. Hulliday.
After the first lesson Dr. Hall com
menced his oration. During its
delivery there was not a dry eyo iu
tho house and several times ho was
compelled to stop for a time to gain
control of his voice. Dr. Hall then
pronounced the benediction and tho
vast audience slowly filed out of tho
church. II was a notablo gathering
and ono long to bo remembered by
those who were present. After tho
conclusion of the services at Ply
mouth Church the public was admit
ted to view the both.
DEATH OF THE GENERAL OF THE
Rome, March 5. Peter John
Beckx, General of Jesuits, died in
this city yesterday. IIo was born at
Sichem, iu Bulgiutn, February 8,
17U5, and was educated for the
priesthood. Ho was admitted into
the Society of Jesus at Hildeshoim
in October, 1819. When Duko
Ferdinand of Anhalt-Kothen became
a convert to Catholicism the young
priest was appointed as its confes
sor, and olllclatcd at Kothen Cor a
number of years. In 1817 he was
appointed Procurator for the Pro
vince ol'Austiia, and in that capa
city went to the College of Procura
tors at Rome. In 1818 tho Jesuits
were driven out of Austria, and
Father Beckx returned to Belgium,
wliero ho becamo Rector of thu
Collego of tho Jesuits nt Louvaiu.
Ho becamo instrumental in the re
instatement of the Jesuits in Hun
gary. Iu 185JJ ho was called to
Homo and was elected a Superior
of the Order. Ho was the author of
a "Month of Maiy," in 18111, which
has passed through numerous edi
tions am many translations, He
was also tho author of many minor
writings and discourse.
AN IRISH LAND BILL.
Now York, March 12. Tho Post'
Loudon specials say: Tho obvious
and staitling fact has at length be
come known that the Government's
pioiuiscd Laud bill shall bu intro
duced, if not concurrently with
coercion, at least iu a few days or at
most a week or so after. It was
high time for them to muko this
statement. The Unionists wore
going about openly declaring they
would no longer biipport pure and
siinplo coercion, niany declaring
sympathy with Travelyau as opposed
to Chamberlain. As for tho Round
tablu Confereiico, M,r. Chamliurlaiii
a endeavoring to frown down Trove
Jyan and retard a settlement. The
form of tho Government Land bill
which will occupy lhi3 session will
bo not much more than a stay of tho
Eviction bill. By the irony of fate,
tho Government will probably bring
in a raoastiro which will be practically
a reproduction of Parnell's bill of
last session. The Coccion bill will
probably not lie through before the
end of May. As there will uot then
be time for a detailed Land bill, a
more detailed measure will he re
served for the autumn session.
A RUSSIAN PLOT.
Sophia, March 12. A Russian
named Beloof recently brought bands
of Montenegrin desperadoes, num
bering fifty men each, into Sofia,
with tho view of creating an insur
rection. The plot was discovered
and Beloof and a portion of his fol
lowers decamped. Tho others wero
arrested and have confessed that
they were paid to como and do
whatever they wero instructed to do.
A list of the members of the Gov
ernment party was found in Beloof s
quarters. Some of the names on
the list were marked, and it is pie
sinned that tho conspirators intended
to assassinate the persons so de
signated. THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AND KNICHTS
Rome, March Itli. Mon&ignor
Strnniero, iu his report to tho Vati
can on the condition of the Catholic
Church In the United Slates, gives a
statement concerning the organiza
tion called Knights of Labor. Ho
thinks the society honest iu its en
deavors to secure the objects of its
organization, which are peaceful,
and iu that belief the largo working
men have given it their support.
Religious or political feeling does
not control the society as a body.
The objects sought to be obtained
are generally made known when
particular action of tho body is de
cided upon. The question as a
social problem has its interest cen
tered iu America, and disturbances
havo occurred between the mem
bers of this body ami those who op
posed them, and sometimes with
the authorities, but it is dilllcult at
all times to check the passions of si
people who aio accustomed to in
dependence of speech and freedom
of action. Tho woikingincn in
America are mostly members of the
Catholic Church and should be
properly heard beforo an edict of
condemnation is issued, condemning
Ihcin for participation in ti secret
society which they believe is bene
ficial to them.
The follies of youth become the
miseries of old age. Milwaukee
To have what we want is riches,
but to bo able to do without it is
power. Georgo Muedotiald.
"We'll, what is it, Nora?" "Iu
dado, mum, the water's cold."
"What water?" "Tho hot water,
mum." Boston Commonweulth.
J fC LBS. Prc-h lloinc-ModoCliaw.
lUv li g Slicks, or to-culled Bir
burs l'o'o', mid f tHi, delicious Vanillu
and Chocolate (renins which I guaran
tee to hu fir superior ami .n!d cheaper
than any lmporieil, at I HOItN'S I'ion.
ccr Stuiim Candy Factory and Bakery
uuil Icu Cream Parlor. b'5tf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Famllv Flour i?
otleicd for sale by GONSALVKS &
CO., Qnccn Street. 01
WE HAVE Jii't received per Ans.
trull a now lot of Aitlsts' Ma
terlil', Ktony Wre, Uia-ket", Cabinet
Kraiimi, Ibiitiu Fiam !', etc. And we
are better prupnrul than ever to muko
Cornici's and Plrturo Frames, ltuvi'ig
the largest anil hot sclucied stock of
Moulding": in iliu Kingdom. KlN'a
Bnos.' Aiit Ftoiii:. iM
l)u. Flint's Hi:aut Ri:mi:uy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart l)is
easo and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulti.ion. l)c.criptivo book
witli every bottle. Benson Smith fc
Co., Auonts. 35-1
Patuo.nize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigar of J. W. Hingloy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, wliero he is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale pi ices. Island orders solicited
nnd promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is icspectfully invited to
tlu fact "no licem-u is required" to
sell then) cigars. Uo not forgot 'tho
namo .1. W. Iliiigluy, nor tho placo
Ciystal Soda Woikh, Hotel street.
Pook'a Now and Improved
All onl(:rs for tho nbovo must l.oail-ilrcs-ud
to I O. Kox J3a. 177 lm
a IjL ofilers for Carlago promptly Bt
Jtx. tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to thu other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in ipinutllles lo suit at lowest prices,
Onice, adjoining K. P. A"Hi & Co.'s
0i2 ly Mutual 'IVlephono No-1.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 coluuia. $1 pumumim,
ISTACE & ROBERTSON
TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
C & 05 Fort
By the Zunlnndin, due hero on the 18lh of this month,
Mr. Ehrlich will voturn to Honolulu, with one of the Lavg
est and beat Selected Stocks of
DRY AND FANCY GOODS!
Ever imported to Honolulu.
The Ladies and General Public are cordially invited to
inspect the Slock upon its arrival.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS ! .
81 S. EHRLICH.
lMroitTEU AND DKALHU IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Street, Honolulu.
ISLANDjTRADE SOLICITED AND
Haiu bought tho
Clotiig anfl Gents' Fuig Ms
From the Templo of fashion at pre Uly reduced rates, we now offer them to our
numerous patrons nt prices which do y competition.
These goods are first class iu every lespcct and consist of nil grades nnd qiml.
E, Suitable lor tie
In often lm; them to our customers wo would mnft respectful! v draw their at
tention to tho fnut that wo nro giving them thu banellt of our cheap biinr.iin and
invite the public! in poncrnl to uivu us a call nnd examine theso goods beforo pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usunl lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need especial comincut. M
Tie Daily BUM
To be had at
J. II. SOPEH, - - Jlcrchnnt Street
A. M. 1IEWETT - Merchant Street
II. WILLIAMS, - Hawaiian Hotel
and DAILY BULLETIN OFFICE.
API.KASANT FItO-T KOOM,
newly furnished, at 103 Nuuanu
Avenue, by the week or month.
f.0 4w MUS. W. (1. NEEDIIAM.
For Sale or Lease.
THOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
runnhnu Street culled "Kunnnllo.
hhi," the property of O. II. Judd, nro for
6ii I o or for lease tor a term of years.
For )mrilculurs inquire of
ALEX. .1. OAimVMGIIT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13. leSO. U08
THE "CENTRAL" CIGAR STAND,
Cainitlioll'H Block, Merchant Street,
IP. IIUL.l12It, - Px-oprictoi-.
I! ell Telephono I7!t. Mutual Telephone 375.
The Best Manila Cigars in the Market!
Charles Stuait Cavorley recently ruhllsliol a fp;cliucii of his lyrical tnhnl,
entitled " Mr. Lislio's Song " of which thu following two vcisim nro a specimen:
There Is a rapturu exceeding all mensuro,
Left to enliven this sorrowful world;
Who docs uot thin 1; of that moment with pleasure,
When first round his lips tho wreathing smoke curled ?
Parents look gravo or hick,
Call it a nasty trick,
Say it Is rtilnoiM say It Is wrong;
llappy Indeed Is his lot, ,
Who, for these caring not, ' " '
l'uffs llku a chlmnoy.pot, ,.
All tho day long. ",.
Somo, who aro troubled with endleai entrcatlon,
Strlva for a time this delight to forego; ' "
Vain aro their cllorts. their falluro completo Is
Iilfo without smoklng's unbearably flow. '
Konn their mlstnko they llnd,
Lcnyo all such thoughts behind, - '
WUe resolutions all vanish iu tmakt;
And to their cost they pro
That, if their llfo must be '
"' Unfumlgatory, -rV
71 'Twill bono Joke.
PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Egan & Cos
entire Stock of
Eld ai Poor alto.
Y. M. C. W. A. (Limited).
THE UNION READING PAHLOKS
having just been decorated by tho
well-known artist, F. ltupprecht, wo
would most respectfully Invite all tho
members to attend tho usual meetings,
rorclgn and local papers in profusion.
Thoro will be a lecture to young mm,
on true temperance, thieu limes a week,
by one nf tho tnuiingcru, lo bo followed
by n luscious lunch." Tho members aro
nqursted to leave their relatives at
home. E. S. C. & J. A. K.
83 1 w Managers.
Office in Campbell's Illock, Cor. Foit &
Merchant SU., Honolulu, H. I.
CSV When dcsiml, will ctvc thu law iu
a written opinion, as to the probiblo re
sult of tho contention upon tho facts
N O Til C E !
A MEETING OF THE 8TOCIC
holdcisof the Mutual Telephono
Company will lo held at tho Company's
Dulldlng, at 10 o'clcck a. in.,
THUBSDAY, IARCH 24th,
A full attendance is requested.
Uy order of tho Directors.
82 lot A. JAEOEH, Scc'y.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise in tho Daily Bum.min.
Mutual Telepiioiie Co.
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