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MONDAY, MARCH 35, th85).
Stmr .Mlkuliata from ICnufil
Stmr l.iko lkc from ,mil
Stmr tiinleuli! from a una!
Selir Kuwiill.uil luiln ltoolitu
Sclir urn 1 1 & UlUu fr in lioolmi
Stun Viva fiotu tut)
Sclir Aiiliimlii, rl duyi ltoin lluwlaiul,
via Fauiiliig'.s Ulan ., 'Jl days.
Ills Hcsperfor Sun Francisco nt:! p tn
Stmr Kuala for v iihihtii and Walnnuc nt
0 u in
Stmr i) A Uiinini ns for Kooluii lit 0 ft in
Schr Ku Molfur Uuwull
Schr Jlnry for Knuui
Stmr Mukolll for Molnlul (it 5p in
Stnir Jus .MiiUou for Ktipmi at 5 p in
SttnrLlkellkc for liiul at 5 p in
Tcin V S Hownu for San Knuiuluu
Uktne Kuvokii for Gray's llaibor
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Term Glontlalc for San Francisco
Stmr V L? Jlall for I.ulminn, Jlaalaoa,
Kona. Ka i nnd the Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
Stmr Mlkaliula for Kmml at 5 p in
Stmr Viva for Jlnui
From Kauai, per Mmr Mikaliala, Mnr
21 11 Uilckuilugaml wife, .) N a
Williams, KStictz, dons .1 11 Athcrton
anil 11 1 llalihvln, C it Cook, Mrs
Alolau and 2 children, lllel lvaun and
wife, Miss S.ir.ih Albiau, V A Stanley
and wife. V A Gallaslier and wife, F
Jenkins, 1! Chinese anil ill deck.
From Maul, per ttnr Llkel'ike, Mar
24 .1 IN Luoiih.ut, KO'llrion, J K Wil
son, Win Mutch and wife, J (' llulburt
and wife, Ti lloffinann, 0 F Baldwin, A
Enos and wile. Mrs llnini.ighlm, and -17
From Fanning's Island, per schr Wnl
malu, Mav 24 Geo Grcig and Miss
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mikaliala -1,150 bags sugar, ICO
bags l ice.
Stmr Likeliko :t,B72 bags sugar. li0
bags coin, 8!) hides, 1 norsc, and 100
Stmr Ivilanea iio i 3,000 bags sugar.
Stmr Mokolii GOO bags sugar.
Stmr Jus Alakee 2,000 bags btignr.
Stmr Waiale.ile :),245 bags sugar.
Stmr Kiiiilu 7o0 bags sugar and .10 nils
Stmr Cummins 1,'JOO bags sugar.
Schr M E Foster 1 US bags sugar.
The tern Glend.ile pails for San Fran
cisco to-moriow with 500 tons of sugar.
The schr Waimalu, Oapt WcUb.irth,
anivcil on Suiiday, 51 days fiom lluiv
land Island, 24 days troin Fanning
Island. She bi ought 80 tons of guano
consigned to T II JJavies & Co.
The steamer Mikaliala brought on
Sunday from Kauai 4,1515 bags biigar,
100 bags rice and 89 hides.
The btcaincr Likelike at rived Sunday
from Maui w ith 3,a72 bags sugar, 150
bugs corn, 8!) hides, 1 horse, and 10G
Tliu W S llowue sailed for San Fran
cisco this afternoon with iCO tons of
CAMPBELL At Waikikl. Saturday,
March 2Jd, James, sou of Bono able
James Campbell, aged 3 years and
ESrFuuorul will tako place at 2:30
o'clock, Tuesday afternoon, the 2Gib
inst. from the Kawaiahao chinch.
FOR THE PARIS EXPOSITION.
Messrs. Rcdward & Walker have
nearly completed for tho Hon. J.
A. Cummins, a magnificent kahili
stand, to be sent by that gentleman
to Paris, as a part of the Hawaiian
exhibits. The stand is a marvel of
the Cabinet maker and Carver's art,
being executed with a detail and
finish seldom seen in this kingdom.
The pedestal or base is of square
formation, ornamented at each of
the corners with a pillar of polished
wood, supporting a capital, richly
inlaid with native woods. There
are six distinctly different woods
used in the construction of the
stand. On the top of the pedestal
is n four-posted racket, surmounting
a crown, and serving as a support for
a staff about nine feet long, on
which is to be placed a magnificent
royal kahili. The stall' is composed
of twenty different species of native
woods placed in alternate blocks,
resembling a chcckcs board, and
highly polished. Taking the piece
all together, it is truly a bpeennen
of 'Hawaiian craft of the highest
type, and in every way worthy the
occasion for which it is intended.
- Messrs. lleilward & Walker have
displayed! very considerauleamount
of artistic skill in the design and
general construction of tho stand.
nni'oiti: i'Ukston j.
, Satukdav, March 23rd.
In equity, J. 13. Keohokii ts. D.
Kalnuiu. Bill to declare a trust.
Return Uny. Plaintiff's counsel ad
vises the Court that the plaintiff is
dead, nnd will filed. The Court or
ders tho matter to stand over until
the will is probated. A. Kosa for
plaintiff ; S. K. Kane for defendant.
' Monday, March 25.
Eight drunks had to pay the usual
Kalama was lined $10 for drunk
enness in a saloon,
A nolle pros, was entered against
four Chinese, charged with violating
the Sunday laws.
Ah Ilee ond All Young, were each
lined G0 with 12 hours hard labor,
for having opium in possession.
Acliiupa for beiug a nuhatiee by
letting a ferocious' dog go abroad,
Was flneil70 cents. Costa $3,30.
OCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
No bookkeeping class at tho Y. M.
O. A. tliis uvciiing.
A itEWAUD is oll'cicil for tlio return
of a dark horse lo.-t on Friday.
Tun Bulletin "Weekly Sunimmy"
will ho out to-morrow with ft supple
ment. Mklvillu, the balloonist, cays ho is
bound to go up the latter end of this
A riNii progi annuo has been
ranged for tlio Aiion conceit
on Tun feast of tho Annunciation was
ohsorved at St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-day by special sei vices.
Tub Hawaiian band will give a
concert at Emma Square this even
ing. Tliu programme is a good one.
A MKr.TtNCi of Hawniinn Lodgo No.
21 F. nnd A. M. will bo held this
evening at 7 :30 o'clock for work in
Commencing Wednesday next,
Civil canes will bo heuid in tho Police
Court on Mondays, Wcdncdu.VH nnd
Fridays, at 1:30 o'clock p. m. '
Mn. and Mrs. .7. C. llulburt re
turned from Wailiiku by the Like
like, yesterday, leaving their brother,
Mr Norman Ilulbeit, on tlio high
way to lecovcry from his late acci
dent. A oiu:at ninny people availed
themselves of tho trnnicnr service
yesterday, to get a breath of sea air
at Waikiki. The cars were pretty
well crowded all day and during tho
Tin: sale of horses by order of tho
trustees of llis Majesty's estate this
noon, by Mr. L. J. Levey, was well
attended. Tlio highest price paid
was $105, the lowest $22.50. The
sale realized $1,280.
The American bark C. 1). Bryant
was seized on Satuulay, under a writ
of libel returnable to-morrow in the
Supremo Court. The vei-scl is in
charge of the Marshal. She is libelled
under Section 2, Chapter 7, laws of
Tin: Hon. James and Mis. Camp
bell are called upon to tiionur tho
los of their only son James, aged 3
years and G days, who died Satuulay
evening. Tlio funeral takes place to
morrow afternoon at half-past two
o'clock from tho Kawaiahao church.
Tm: silver cup for tho one mile
raco on Saturday, piesenlcd by Mr.
P. Isonherg, Jr., is a. very handsome
one. It was purchased of Wonnerfc
Co. and bears an inscription, the
woik of that firm, as follows: '"One
mile race, March 23d, 18S0, won by
Henry J. K. Lyman."
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Band concert at Emma Square, at
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Harmony Lodge No. 3 K. of P.,
Lodge Lc Progress do l'Oceanie
No. 124, A. F. and A. M., nt 7:30.
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
M. at 7:30. Third degree.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: TAUT I.
Overture Holism lo Do nlzettl
Selection Pinafoie (by lemicst)
Ballad M orning Beethoven
Selection Tamihauscr (by request) . .
Hoohcno, Hilo Kiipsi Loke, Oiwi Ifunl.
Selection Bells of Cornevllle
Waltz Dorothy Cehier
iiuce Old Gold Hogetti
Mai eh The -alutc Itoudcr
On Saturday the
authorities sealed the hatches of the
bark C. D. Bryant, the vessel being
in charge of two police ollicers. This
morning the seals were found broken.
The Attorney-General has the matter
Marriage may be a failure or it
may not, but there is one thing sure
that W. S. Luce, wino and spirit
merchant, does not fail to keep his
patron supplied with the very best
brands in his line. He has just ro
coived a fino invoice of French
cognacs and liquors from the cele
brated house of Mario Bizurd nnd
Roger, Bordeaux. Mr. Liicc has
also some genuine Jamaica ginger.
Give him n call.
TESTING AN ARTESIAN WELL.
Mr. A. Jaeger tested tlio artesian
well at lis residence on the 21th.
It was dug in September 1881, and
the water flowed H ft. G in. abovo
the lavel of the ground. During
1882 and 1883 the water fell to 12
ft. (! in., remaining at thai height
with slight fluctuations until the
present lime. Mr. Jaeger put a 2
in. valyo 8 ft. 5 In, from the giouiid,
and when he opened it, tho water
stood at 11 ft. -1 in.
The Brussels Palace of Justice,
the laigest building in the world, Is
built of white marble, on a most ex
pensive site, is highly ornamented,
aud has a tower completed 400 feet
high and was built in teu years for
A Sr.llIKS OK tNTf.Hr.STlSO KVKNTS AT
Favored with fine w eatlier t he Oah u
Athletic Colli gu Association held its
first meeting at Kiipiolani Park on
Saturday afternoon. Four specia
tramc.irs left town shortly afternoon
loaded with passengers, while a
large number of people drove out in
private carriages. Tlio uratid stand
was pietty well filled with specta
tors. Among those picsent to wit
ness the sport wore; ll.s Honor the
Chief Justice and Mrs. Judd, Hon.
C. R. Bishop, Mr. Justice and Mrs.
McCully, Miss Jtidd, lions. W. O.
Smith, W. F. Allen, and W. R.
Castle, Mr. and Mrs. II. W.
Schmidt, Rev. W. U. and Mrs. Olc
son, Mr. and .Mrs. W. W. Hall,
Mrs. S. M. Damon, Rov. Dr. C. M.
and Mrs Hyde, Rev. Dr. K. G. and
Mis. Ilcukwith, Miss Beckwith, Mr.
and Mrs. W. P. Toler, Mr9. Forbes,
Mr. and Mis. F. W. Damon, Rev.
W. C. and Mrs. Merritt, Mr. and
Mrs. T. G. Thrum.Mrs. G. J. Ross,
Rev. A. D. and Mrs. Rissell, Mrs.
J. T. Wnterhousc, Mrs. J. M. Da
mon, Dr. and Mrs. J. M.Whitney, Mr.
A. S. Hartwcll, Misses Hartwell,
Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Gribbic, Miss
Reamer, Miss Lyman, Mr. W.
Mnertens, Dr. and Mrs. N. 11. Em
erson, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lowrey,
Prof. A. B. and Mrs. Lyons, Miss
Snow, Miss Brewer, Miss Malonc,
Tho olllcials were: Judges, Mr.
II. M. Whitney Jr., Prof. W. T.
Brigham and Mr. Wanzey ; Starter,
Mr. II. W. Peck; Scorer, W.J.
Forbes ; Clerk of the Course, Rev.
W. C. Merritt. Tlio p-'ogrammc
contained no less than twentj-two
events, all of which were contested
with the exception of the half mile
race. Following is a summary of
1. 220 yds dash : F. Haley 1st,
II. Lyman 2d, E. E. Lyman 3rd ;
won by three yards. Time, 28 sec
onds. 2. Running long jump: C. Os
trom, lCft 3in 1st; C. Conradt, 15
ft lOin 2d ; R. A. Lyman Jr., 15ft
5in 3rd ; C. Dole, loft 3in ; F. Ha
ley 15 ft. Lightweights, Geo. An
gus Hit, II. Rycroft 13ft Ain.
3. Putting l:lb. shot: R. A. Ly
man Jr., 31ft 2in 1st; A. Sinclair,
2!)ft 7in 2d; ('. Conradt, 28ft 1 in
3rd; E. E. Lyman, 27ft lin; W.
Armstrong, 2Gft -lin ; W. Chamber
lain, 25ft 3in ; F. Haley, 25ft lin ;
F. Eaton, 251t; F. Armstrong, 24fi
2in. Lightweights: (j. Angus,
ft 5in: W. Coruwell, 20ft
Judd, 18ft 8in.
1. Three-legged race: W. Corn
well and II. Rycroft 1st, G. Angus
and II. Bicknell 2d ; C. Dole and S.
Widdelield 3rd ; C. Ostrom and W.
Armstiong fell, and did not finish.
Coruwell and Rycroft hold the lead
all the way, winning by two yards.
5. Running high jump: R. A.
Lj'man Jr., 1ft 7in, 1st; C. Ostrom,
3ft 2in 2d; C. Dole, 1ft 1 in; A.
Sinclair, -1ft 1 in. Five others com
peted. G. Throwing lGlb Hammer: A.
Sinclair 'lift 2in, 1st; R. A. Lyman
Jr., 31ft 5in, 2d; W. Chamberlain,
30ft 7in, 3rd. Two others com
peted. 7. One mile walk: II. Lyman 1st,
S. Widdifivld 2d, A. Perry 3rd.
Eight others started. When the
pistol was fired, A. D. Bisscll took
the lead and was soon several
yards ahead. After going a quar
ter of a wile II. Lyman passed Bis
sell, the rest struggling along tome
distance behind. - Up the home
stretch Bissei looked like a winner,
but about 120 yards from the tape
he fell to the ground in a faint, leav
ing Lyman to win easily. Time, 8
min. 1 '1-5 sec.
8. Standing high jump: A. Sin
clair 3ft llin 1st; R. A. Lyman 3ft
10 in, 2d. Two others competed.
9. Kicking football : C. Conradt,
148ft 4 in, 1st. Four other compe
titors. 10. Tin owing basebill: A. D
Bissell 2G0ft Cm, 1st. Nine compe
titors. 11. Quarter mile dash: W. Arm
strong 1st, II. Lyman 2d, W. Cham;
bcrlain 3rd. Five others ran. A
very good race, Aimstrong winning
by two yards. Time G5 sec.
12. Bicycle race, one mile: W.
Cornwcll 1st, Carl Mnertens 2d, W.
Whitney 0. Coruwell went off with
the lead and maintained it until
about a quarter of a mile, from the
tape, when Maertcns closed up, mid
tho two came up tho stretch dead
level. When fifty yards irom the
tape Maerten's hat fell over his face
and caused his bicycle to collide
with Cornwall's, both riders being
thrown to the ground. Cornwcll
quickly remounted and passed tho
tape a winner in Oinin. 28seo.
13. One hundred yards dash: A.
Sinclair 1st, II. Chamberlain 2d, C.
Conradt 3rd. Three others compet
ed. Won after a close race, by a
yard, Time HAsec.
H. Sack race, 50 yds : C. Con
radt 1st. F. Armstrong fell.
15. Hurdle race, 100 yards; R.
A. Lymau 1st, II. Chamberlain 2d,
W. Armstrong 3rd. This wiih a
very good race between the first
two, Lyman winning by two yards.
Time, 18 seconds. Lightweights,
G. Angus 1st, II. Rycroft 2d. A
capital race all the way.
1G. Wheelbarrow race, 50 yards:
C. Conradt 1st, G. Angus 2d, W.
Chamberlain 0. The latter came to
gtief directly after Blurting.
17. One mile run: II. Lyman 1st,
F. Haley 2d. Three others started.
Haley took the lead and was soon a
hundred yards ahead. Up the
streloli Lyman gradually crept up.
When thirty yards from tho tape,
while leading, Haley called out to
Ly in a u that he was on the wtoug
side nnd then stopped. This let up
Lyman who won easily. Time, ft
min. 51 sec. Tho prize for this
raco was a tilver cup presented by
PhuI Isonberg Jr.
18. Manding long jump: A. Sin
cliiir, Dft.in 1st, H. A. Lyman, 8ft
lliii 2d. "Lightweights: G. Angus,
7ft 4in 1st.
19. Tug of war: between teams
of twelve selected by A. Sinclair and
A. Perry. Won by Sinclair's team.
20. Half-mile run: Declared off.
21. Keg contest: Won by F.
Haley. This consisted of kicking a
stuali keg upward, against the fence
by the heels. Quite a number tried
including Mr. T. G. Gribble, with
the i csult Hint the keg went up .nnd
Gribble went down. This feat was
loudly applauded. The representa
tive of tho '-P. C. A." also tried it
with a more favorable result. lie
was more at home with tho "keg"
than his predecessor.
22. Pole vault: F. Hnlcy 8ft Gin,
1st; C. OMroni 7ft il'm, 2d; W.
Cornwcll "ft tiin. This was a very
REPLENISHING THE RESERVOIR.
On Saturday last the idea of sup
plying the Makiki Reservoir with
water fiom the Artesian wells was
put to a successful test. The Arte
sian well at the corner of Ivapiolaui
and Berctania streets was selected
for the purpose. On cither side of
the well hydrants had been put
down connecting with the well, tho
one being attached to the suction
hose of the Steam Engine, and the
other connected with the engine and
the main as a receiver of the water,
by means of two, 2Jt inch lengths of
hose 51 feet in length. Fiom 7:10
p. in., to 5 a.m., making proper
allowances for obstructions, and
changing of pipes. 81,737 gallons
of water had been forced through
tho G inch main along Kapiolani
street to the Reservoir, and through
the 8 inch mam, along Berctania
street to Makiki, to the Reservoir,
these mains running the length of
7300 feet, and having a gradual
elevation of 131 feet. At 5 p. m.
the 8 inch gate was opened upon
the city, to Judd, Liliha and Luna
During the time occupied in the
woik the total known quantity the
quantity of water m the pipes being
unobtainable of water pumped into
the Makiki Reservoir was 123,202
gallons, raising the water about
fifteen inches. During the process
of pumping the higaest pressure
on the water gauge was 72 lbs. and
on the steam gauge 85 lbs.
These are gratifying results, and
show an anxious desire on tho part
of the Minister of the Interior to
avoid possible water trouble and
also show a practical answer, to
the query, can sufficient water bo
had to supply the citj-'s demands in
the event of a continued drought.
TWO BOLD BAD MEN.
Long, long ago, two bold bad men
Entrenched themselves in a mountain
In a narrow pass they took their stand;
And breathed dcll.inec to all the land.
The King's police, a doen or so,
Went bravely out to I.i tlitin low,
But back they c.uno as the sun went
The sorriest men In all the town.
Their c n were gone and their clothes
Their legs weie feeble, their backs weie
And they raised their voice anil loudly
That the pass wiw held by at lout a
So 'ho King cent out at break of day,
A company anned in wai's an.iy,
Ills favui lie guaril of a hundred and ten,
To lid the land of the two bail men.
They stayed all day aud half the night;
And then trooped back in a dieadfiil
Their heads weie swollen, their faeos
Their clubs were cracked and their
pean wcro e;ono.
They ciled out loud that a thousand
At the very least, weie in the lcii.
And the KbiiT ho swore with a royal
lie would lend his army and May them
And so with the earliest dawn of day
A goodly army In brave array,
Went out to Moim the mountain glen,
anil beard the lions In their den.
With brandished clubs and glittering
With w alitor cries and thrilling eheuin,
With many . i buhl ami maitial boast,
And the King himself to lead tho host.
Hut woe had luml.eil tho huotluv crew
That straggled bans In the evening dew;
Xo win i lor cry, no martini boast
Swelled up front (ho cilpp'.eil nud wilt
Tho King limped on with his spear re
versed; His crown was tilted, and wrong side
Ills teeth weru inUhlng, his noso askew,
And the sweat stood out on this face
He .swoie that only tliu dcUl could
Tho royal none of a mighty King;
So tliey left the coupluof bold bad men
To dwell at pence hi tho mountain glen.
Aud tho two bad men, they qnarieled
aud fou j lit
Till they killed each other as rebels
And the whole tiling happened so long
I really doubt If It ever was so.
In any event what man dare say
Suuli things could happen at this lato
Kor who over lwaiil of two bad moil
Defying the laud In a mountain glcnV
J, O. BAHNET.
Honolulu, March 20th, 1688.
The weather continues unusually
dry, and the strong winds thai pre
vail at this season aro ropldly dry
ing up vegetation, while blinding
cloudt of dust add to one'n diiooin
fort. "Tho oldest inhabitant" (that
phenominal person) never saw such
a dry winter before, and the wise
oncd predict nn equally dry slim
mer. The monthly socials, or litcrnries
that have been so popular in this
dislt ict aro things of the past, in
their place are to be monthly enter
tainments (musical aud literary)
gotten up by the ladies of the dis
trict who have formed themselves
into a society for that purpose. A
small entrance fee will be harged
and tho proceeds devoted to charita
ble works. The first of theso enter
tainments will take place at Spreek
clsville on April 10th, and judging
from the preparations going on, and
the enthusiasm of those who are to
take part, this, their initial enter
tainment will be a grand succcs.
The many friends of Mr. Norman
Hulbcrt will bo glad to learn that he
is recovering from his late accident.
He left Paia for Wnlluku this morn
Paia, Mar. 23d.
PIANOS for rent at the Music De
partment, Hawaiian News Co.
MUSICAL liiiunicnuof every dcs.
cilption, Tiii -:ih chenp at tho
Music Dcpuitmctil, lliiHiiiiiii News Co.
Mu-'e and ua Polios.
Iiifnt f.fllttmiu mi.r nnrt In.lru.
mental Folios nt the Music Department,
unwntmii JNcws uo. i'J7 lm
AKION J I ALL.
USth, IPSO, at 7:0 e. M.,
Conceit of ihe Honolulu Aiion with tlio
assistance of Mrs. J. F. Bow lot, Miss
F. J. Nolte, Messrs. II. Hergor. It More,
F. Hulmsh, Th. Wolir.Th. taoliinidt ami
Ch. Thrower. Tickets at $1.00 of the
20li It W. WOI.TKUS.
LOST from tho Thomas
PI.iom, I'iikoi street,
on Kiuiiiy morning,
.Mnich U2i,il', .il 3 o'clock
Ono Duk II r-c, u-tirkiil with tlmtlc
brand on hip liui riglil lnrwnid foot
wl'iic, loinr tail, sknjmy m ne nnil fore,
lock. Return to King tiros, llo'cl
street, or ilie Tliomis PI ic . 200 tf
TO LET or LEASE.
f"MII. I'remhcs lately occu.
JL pied by .Mr. M. Lfiiisson
on Kim; street, near Thomas
Square. Arabian woicr and modern
conveniences. Apply to
AtL ) Hull .t Sou's.
rpiIK House and L'U belong.
JL big to 1hci.. lie a rustle,
siluiiud on Kiiiau street, he.
tween Alupai and Kapiohuii street, and
also the Cows, Wagons nnd other pro.
perty belonging to Sir. Newcastle. Ap
ply to Pauna Kanch. Bell Telephone
382. 203 lw
February It), 18M. J
herewith certify that Jlcests.
Dodd & .Miller nn; our duly nu-
thorized anil only ngen's for the Ha
waiian Islands, fin the Mil" of our Lager
Beer in kcir-
JOIIN W1KLAND BKIIWINO CO.,
100 tf .lolm II. Wic'nml Uios.
E. HUOWN & CO , Proprietors
liili.li L'uioim'c Wo'ks ili'ire
to infoiiu c:il-H:n. is. 1 ..lit hi 11 uohllil
aud in ighlmiiii l-dmel... lliii' all empty
bottle- liiili-t lie ii mine 1 lie i e oilers
forfiulher siipilus i I 1 ,u executed.
.'().! 1 w 80 Vi
Two Valuable Lots,
hitiiVf on (CiihiiMtiUil i 1'hillli 10
III- Ml) i.
Ijot Xo. 107 on Government map
of Kuhuikahiiu l'lulns, wi'li rnt'nu nnd
oul.huildiiiKN, blltidu mid i-iohe f uit
trie1), Thin lot has u fmni'itfn of 101,'!
feet on Ucretiiuiii filn-i u I ilcnth of
118.1 fcyt. Collude ii-nv u, uilpied by
Mr. D. I. nun
Lot Xo. 84 on mid map with houm
and out. buildings and line fruit tuul
thade tries This loi fronts on Young
street 101. 0 feet and ban a .i.i
of 148.4 feet and adjoining lot 107 ut
These lots adjoin that vuluablu pro
perly owned mid occupied by Air. W.
.Maertcns, nud arc the piopcrty of Sirs.
BQyThey will bo told either in parcels
or ns u uhole. "or further Information
apply to Wji. O. SMITH,
'JOl tf Atlo ney tor Nimoy Wirt.
U. U. 1IENPON.
O. W. BH1T11.
BENSON. SMITH & CO.,
Manufacturing and Dispensing
113 & 110 Fort Street, - Honolulu
Depot for Uoerlukc & tfocolilk'a
Hickseckcr's Perfumes and Toilet
Real tt Estate
BThis space is reserved for the an
nouncement of the New Stock of Goods,
which Mr., Ehrlich is personally selecting
at the Coast':
THE " ARCADE."
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
Froiicl, Enilisb ail American Dry aii Fancy Goods !
AIho, Fino CiiMtom-mndo Clothing-,
Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
JBell O?oleiloiie, GO -fl B- IVEiitnul JCelcplione, 37 i
No. 24 Merchant Street. Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand nnd For
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH and IJRJTSHL WHISKY,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fine it Very Cheap Qualities, as aro wanted ; '
GENS; in Large & Small Bottles; ,'
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
Old Tom Gin, Sent Brand In tho Marlcot;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes, ;
In Pints and Quarts.
BittorH, Liiquers Absinthe,
Apolliimri Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
Zinftuiuel, Malaga, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hockn, Etc., Etc'
gjtr All of wliloli will bo hold
HOLLISTER & CO.,
10Q FUKT STKKET. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
IMiotoffrupliIo Xutei-IulH, T , r)
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
AgontB for P. Lorillard & Co.'a Tobaccos, A W. S. Kimball fc Co.'a
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - - - 73 Hotel Street.
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& CO Honolulu, H. I.
Sale a Full Ahsortment of-
AT LOWEST KATES by
A VEALKIIH IN-
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