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LOCAL AND flEHEfiAl HEWSj
Two whales wcro seen spouting, oil'
tho roof Saturday.
Tiik domes of tlio Puhxco are being
nowly painted to day.
Tiik S. N. Gustlo nrrivud nt Snn
Francisco, Jan. 27, 21 days honco.
Thbre wero only two arrests for
drunkenness timing Saturday and
Till! steamer Ulatidinu from Muni
arrived yesterday and left again ut G
o'clock this aftoinoon.
MONDAY, FEB. 8, 1892.
Am 4-innsted sehr Alice Cooke, 1'cuhul-
low, 13 days from I'ugot Sound
Am UUnu Amelia, Warn, from Puget
Am '.l-iimsted sehr Oeeania Vance from
Stmr Clnudiue from Maui
Stmr Mlkaliala fiom ICa.iai
Stun- Hawaii Irom llamakua
Stmr Iwalnui from llainaKua
AnihktnoW II Dlmond, Nelson, 10J
days fiom San Francisco
Stmr Claudlnc for Maui at C p m
Stmr O K I'ishop for Kahuku and Puna-
luu at i) a m
Stmr Knala for Labalna ut 10 am
Stmr .1 A Cuninilus for Koolau
Stmr .Tas Makce for Kauai at 4 p m
Sclir Ka Mol for Paauilo at 2 p m
Sehr Kawallaul for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Mlkaliala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr W G Hall fi.r Maul anil ilawnll at
10 a in
Stmr Hawaii for Uumakua at 4 p in
Stmr Waialcalc for llamakua
-Sehr Laviuia for Uaimpcpo
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Claudluo '.)002 bag sugar, 78 bags
taio, i)0 hides, 75 pkgs suudiles aijd
1 hoi so
Sfnir Mlkaliala 3809 bags sugar 8 green
hides, 50 pkgs sundries, 50 pkgs
fumituic, 10 c.i Ives.
Stp'ir tyulaleale 1836 bags sugar.
Stiiir Iwalaul 5250 bags sugar,
btmr Hawaii 4000 bags sugar and 40
From Mani, per stmr Claudhie, Fob 7
P Bolfe, Mrs HHReutcr, 'Miss Annie
Ruuter,' A Biichauaui II P Baldwin, Mrs
A L. Smith, Prof Auierson a)d wife, r
B "Wells, a Chong, Young lieu, A
Borba, J Ninies and 43 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikiihala, Feb
7 Hon W H Rice, Hon W O Smith,
Uapt L Ablboru, wife and family, W O
Sproull, U G Mason, M J Silva, Aiiss
Helen Nui, 7 Chinese and 30 deck
Fiom llamakua, per stmr Iwalaul,
Feb 7 Alex Cockburn and 9 deck.
From Hunrnkua, per stmr Waialeale,
Feb 7- C II Eaton and G deck.
From Puget Sound, per sehr Alice
Cooke, Feb 0 F S Lyman, John Bab
eouk. From San Francisco, per schooner
Transit, Veb G W McCaudless, Oscar
ANNUAL PARADE OF THE H.
F, D. A LA-1GE SUCCESS.
Superb Strcot Show Hospi
tality in tho Houses.
Diamond Homlj 3 p. m. Weather
hazy, wind light oabt; winding bark
Sea Hanger cruising oil' and on.
A s.uau... foreign schooner hove in
sight of Diamond Head station this
aftcruoou, but stood off again to ttio
The band will give moonlight con
certs eveiy night this week, com
mencing this evening at Emma
A young native fell over tho Pali
yesterday, but saved his life after fall
ing 25 feet by grasping tho old rail
ing, th.it still hangs by the old road.
Joe Goddahi), tho "Barrior Cham
pion," may bo along from tho Colo
nies on the S S. Mariposa. Ho is to
meet Joe McAuliffe in San Fran
cisco. Tiikee native boys were arraigned in
tho Police Court this morning charged
with common nuisance, but on thoir
promise to amend their ways, thoy
Gaitain Nelson, of tho barkentino
V. II. Dimond, has the thanks of the
Bulletin for late foreign papers. Mr.
J. M. Oat will also please accept the
sanio for a paper of tho latest date.
Tiik schooner Alice T. Cooko is gaily
decorated with bunting to-day in com
memoration of the birthday of Miss
Alice T. Cooko, daughter of Mr. C. M.
Cooko, after whom she is named. The
little lass is four yeuis old to-day.
On January 25th Mr. J. D. Sprock
et was interviewed in San Francisco
with regard to whether the steamers
Alameda, Mariposa and Australia
would be used in case of war with
Chile. He replied that thoy wero on
the naval reserve list and would bo at
tho servico of the U. S. Government.
The schooner Alice T Cooke, Penhal
low muster, brought 034,818 feet R W,
188,038 TandG, C0,G89 Cal spruce, 14,221
feet pickets, 200 M shingles, GO M laths
consigned to Lewers & Cooke.
The schooner Oceania Vance, Ander
son master, from Newcastle, brought
045 tons Wnllsend coal.
The whaling bark Sea Hanger is lying
off and on outside.
The barkentiue John Smith received
Fugar from the Claudine to-day.
ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUPJECT TO
" - -QflOUP. ' '
As a preventive anil cure for
arotij), Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
lias no rival. It is, in fact, the only
remedy that can always bo depended
upon and that is pleasant and safe to
take. There is not the least Hanger
in giving it to children, as it contains
no injurious substance. For sale at
50 cents per bottlo by nil dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents.
The barkentino W. H. Dimond, B.
O. Nelson, master, which arrived to
day, made the passage from San
Francisco to this port in 10 J days.
The Dimond would have made it in
5H days had she not met with calms
for at least twpnty-four hours. Hav
ing left on tho 28th, she brings nine
days later news Irom San Francisco.
A. Swinton, Lono, Loka and Noho
nnu, suilors on the schooner Ka Moi,
bcloiging to Allen fc Robinson's fleet
of inter-island coaste'rs, deserted that
vessel this morning ut the last mo
ment, as she was uboutto leave. They
wcro arrested, taken to the Police
Station and charged with deserting
the contract service of Allen & Rob
inson. The sailors admitted in Court
that they wore shipped, but objected
to sailing under the captain. They
Btated that prison would be more con
genial quarters than on the schooner,
Being persistent His Honor consigned
them to prison until they decided oth
erwise. ADVERTISING NOTES.
I'll meet you at the Brunswick.
C. J. McCarthy has lots
street for sale.
Button Holes mado to order at No.
4 Garden Lane. 307 tf
The Brunswick are the only Billiard
Parlors in town. G tf
Appointments of Governors of Ha
waii and Kuuui aro gazetted.
Aftkk (-having use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
The Rnyul Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert at Emma
Square this evening, commencing
at 7:30. The following is the pro
buVuliue The Mattyrs..
payotto Noij. Ulnnceq...
Selection Nabupeo . , , , ,
Songs Hone ue lie).
Medley -Boom King, Boom Brooks
Bai carole Oh the Waters Iloby
uliz - Over the Waves Hoses
Galop Wully Hulusdorl
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu-
cunibor Topic Bonsoti, Smith & Co.,
Mits. C. Steward cautions all from
trcspassiug or shooting on Bird Island,
in Hoeia Bay.
The salo of the residonco on Young
street was postponed from Saturday
and will take placo on Feb. 13th.
The Hawaiian Hardware Co. illus
trate the way things are done ut
sprno soreSj'1 ljp,t they-' follow iv hot
ter way, trm
J. F. Mohoan will dispose of house
hold furniture to-morrow ut his Bales
room at 10 o'clock; besides bags of
New Zealand oats.
bp served every mpming epj)y at
Paluco Jcp (Jream Parlors, liudwig
& uron, HQiiH latroot.
A fAVORITE REMEDf
PUanipprlnln's Cough Kenedy jo ft
fuYOfite during the winter months on
account of its great success n Hie
pure of colds. Thorp g nothing thai
will loosen ft severe cold so quickly,
or as promptly relievo the lungs,
Then it counteracts any tendency to
ward pneumonia. It is pleasant and
safe to luko, and fully worthy of its
populuiity. For sale by all dealers.
Bensoij jjinltu & Co., furonts.
WORTIIY OF A TRIAL.
If you are troubled with rheuma
tism or a lame back, bind on over
the seat of pain n piece of llanncl
dampened with Chamberlain's Pain
USulin. You will bo surprised at tho
prompt relief it affords. 50 cent
bottles for sale by all doalers. Ben
sou, Smith & Co., ageing.
Delicious coiteo and ohocolato will
J, F, Mouoan will 'iiiction shares of
1. 1. S. N. Co.'s and Wilder's S. 8.
Co.'s stocks on Friday next, in addi
tion to viiieli there will ho a sale of
horses and curriages.
Get your booth and 'shoos made
and ropuired by tho old Wuiluku
Bhocmukcr, L. Toennies, on Eaxt
Hotel street. Fiist-class work, low
Pfipjis. , '''4-t't
Mjss yn flKitigiiTE, professor of
dancing, has opened a Bchool of hall
ami fancy dancing and physical cul
ture for children us well us udulu.
This s tt good opportunity for aspir
ing buds and blofnoius of society,
Hon. John T. Buker has beeu ap
pointed Governor of Hawaii, and
Hon. W. II Rico, of Kauai. Tht!
ijtjlcial ip(l(ce ajipjjar mblSBlo,
Wben you wtiiiV Poitml
Enlarged o iU on Uliib' Di'OMi.
tt their price ltt and hco
Bimipltis, They cun't bo beut.
The Honolulu Fire Department pa
ratio on Saturday iifternoon was a
uraud success, each and every com
pany making a creditable showing in
their different accoutrements. The
engines were as usual decorated with
llowcrs and evergreens and the horses,
with which every engine, hose cart
and hook and ladder truck wero pro
vided either singly or doubly, were
aUo similarly decorated. Approach
ing 2 o'clock, the hour of starting of
the parade, the streets were lined
with people euger to witness the pro
cession. Promptly at that hour the
brigade moved, headed by Fire Mar
shal John Neil and tho Pioneers,
consistinu of picked men from each
company and numbering 11 men.
Immediately following these came th'i
Royal Hawaiian Baud with thirty
seven musicians Under Professor 11.
The Chief Engineer, Julius Asch,
and First and Second Assistants
James II. Hunt and' D. L. Kalawaia,
came next. The Fire Police mar
shaled 14 men and looked neat in
their white and black uniforms. The
fine body of men were under the
command of Lieutenant Bruus, owing
to tho necessity of Capt. Krouse's
attention to the commissariat for the
baud and other companies. Engine
Co. No. 1, under Foreman Robert
More and Assistants J. D. McVeigh
and Geo. Cavanagh made a brilliant
complement to the parade, their en
gine and horses being literally cov
ered with tropical tributes. Seated
above tho driver was the Mascot,
Master Harry Nicolls, who looked
and acted the picture of innocent
childhood. This company mustered
24 fire laddies all told. Following
No. 1 came Mechanic Engine Co.'s
engine drawn by a pair of grays.
This engine was also lavishly decor
ated with evergreens. Foreman W.
H. C. Greig marshalled 33 men. He
was ably seconded by Assistants
Chas. Clark and Jas. Spencer. The
miniature hose contingent of the
company came after their seniors,
drawing a small hose cart decorated
and bearing the word "Aloha."
They were joined by other young
sters during the procession, Engine
Co. No. 4 with a complement of 43
men succeeded. Their engine was
drawn by a pair of dray bays, and
kept up steam throughout the par
ade, at intervals blowing a shrill
whistle. Foremau Jas. H. Boyd and
Assistants Peter Souza and Moses
Kanuhele creditably regulated their
men. Piotection Hook & Ladder
Co.'s truck bore the company's
motto, " Where duty calls there you
will find us," and was also a mass of
evergreens, artistically intertwined.
The hooks, who numbered 1G men,
were under Foreman Geo. K. Nor
ton and Assistant Henry Kaia. The
line of procession closed with China
Engine Co., with the heaviest com
plement of men, numbering 53 all
told. Their engine bore evidences
of the Flowery Kingdom style of
decorations. Foreman Chang Kim
ruled his men ably. The advertised
line of procession was followed out
to the letter.
The only slop was made at the
Palace, where the department paid
their respects to Her Majesty. The
Queen, who stood on the steps of tho
Palace, was attended by H'8 Excel
lency, 'O. N.' Spencer, Ministor of
Interior, Major J. V. Robertson,
Chamberlain, and Ladies in Waiting,
besides others. The department
marched around the building and on
reaching tho Palaco steps came to a
halt and gave three rousing cheers.
After the Liliuokalani March, by the
band, Chief-Engineer Asch ascended
the steps of the Palace and presented
the Queen with a letter, of which the
following is a copy :
"To Hrjj Guao'ioub Majesty Quken
"I ask permission of Your Majesty
to be allowed the honor of congratu
lating, you upon the completion of the
first year of Your Majesty's reign.
May all the days of your reign bp
characterised, by peioo' und prosper
"'On behalf of the members of the
Honolulu Fire Department, I hereby
express to Your Majesty their loyalty
to and affection for the Queen.
"Gon Savb tub Queen,''
His" Kx'oollenoy C, N. Spencer
thanked the department on behalf of
Her Mnjesty. Three cheers were
given with a vim. Tho different
companies again gave three cheers as
they retired. Whon Engine. C.o. NQ.
1 caijio, th0'foroi)an plnoed a bouquet
of flowers, ill llib bauds of Master
Hurry Nicolls with instructions to
present it to the Queen. The little
fellow performed the service admira
bly, and the offering was graciously
received by Her Majesty.
The only hitch in the parade oc
curred at the Palace, when a wliiflle
tree of No. 2's hose cart snapped.
rriila mfalmrt linwfivnr -tvna frhTfoiflilu
remedied fii" th,e 'pfftpe'ssjuii in'aved.
Rl. ep,'m,pa,iues ind ft were'escort-
cq tq tnpir ou,sea, rQ, i Riep, m
Fort ami King fclreeU, wlio uu.: '.i
Tower companies passed ou to their
quarters, and then inarched home
feilgliie tooth of JteuhntiioEiifjInd ln,
ivlicrc Mr. T. Kroilsc dl Hie Ailing-
ton House had a title spread for
thetn. When the musical souls had
been made glad with good things, :
large troop of youngsters that hud
gathered were regaled at the plen
Of the five compauics the first to
sit down in its own hall was tho
Hook & Ladder. Foreman Norton
presided the Chief Engineer and
Assistants, olllccrs of other com
panies, together with any fireman
within hail who would accept an in
vitation, were welcomed to the feast.
It was mi elegant layout of well
cooked viands and beverages to suit
all tastes. The Chief was cordially
toasted, and in responding toasted
The Fire Police having no hall of
their own were put at a further dis
advantage by finding at the last
moment that their special banquet
committee had been remiss. They
were not to be behind the older coni'
r i Tjm I ! I r - - -- - ----
panics, however, In the celebration.
Mr. L. Touissalut having generously
given up his own house for the pur
pose, a volunteer committee soon
had a very creditable feast forthcom
ing. Many olllcers and members of
other companies joined them, and
with the famous ministrcl, Ritinan's,
assistance a jolly good time of song
and speech accompanied the ban
quet. Hawaii Engine Co. No. 4's hall
was crowded, the members and
guests filling and re-filling two longi
tudinal tables and n cross table on
the platform. Col. Boyd the fore
man presided and among the guests
were Prince Kalunianaole, Major
Robertson, II. M.'s Chamberlain;
Hon. A. Rosa, Mr. Walter Hill and
others. Messrs. Rosa and Hill were
among the speech-makers, their re
marks being applauded to the echo.
The latter urged the firemen's duty
of loyalty to the Chief as head of the
Department, and to the Queen as
head of the nation. The banquet
here was a fine combination of native
stylo and foreign viands, with liquid
refreshments of various kinds.
At Mechanic Ermine Co. No. 2's
hall there was also a splendid feast,
beautifully decorated cakes, flowers,
etc., setting off dishes of stiong
meats in great variety. Liquids
flowed from champagne to ginger ale
and soda water, the No. 2 boys be
lieving in no half measures. Fore
man Greig presided with much tact,
his assistants, C. Chirk and Jas.
Spencer, ably seconding his efforts
to make everything serene. Besides
the executive ollicers of the Depart
ment there were present as guests
lions. P. Neumann and A. Young,
Mr. Walter Hill, and officers and
members of other companies.
Speeches were mnde by Chief Engin
eer Asch, Messrs. Young, Neumann,
Hill and others.
China Engine Co. No. 5 made a
showing at the festive board in keep
ing with the never excelled appear
ance they always mUo on parade.
Their banquet was on a sumptuous
scale, such as well-to-do Chinese arc
accustomed to produce in domestic
hospitality. The Chief and Assist
ants, Hons. C. W. Ashford and R.
W. Wilcox, were among the guests
who were honorably welcomed and
who responded with remarks of praise
for the company's exhibit in the pro
cession as well as at the feast. Fore
'man Chang Kim had reason to be
proud of his command, and is to be
congratulated on their banquet.
Honolulu Engine Co. No. 1 began
its feast 'the latest of any at 7
o'clock. Assistant Foreman J. D.
McVeigli presided at the entertain
ment, while Foreman More took gen
eral supervision of the details. A
substantial and abundant repast was
available and unexhausted through
out the evening. Chief Engineer
Asch, Messrs. Neumann, Young and
Hill, besides others, responded to
calls for remarks. Songs and recita
tions including efforts by the popu
lar duo, Ritman and Charlock made
up the remainder or a pleasant
I'hc sc'tiooner Uohldii Shore, Capf.
iicndersoti, which cleared on the 30th
tilt., but was detained oning to the
strong wind which prevented hor
being towed out that day, left on thu
4th hist, for tier destination, San
Capt. Johnson of the schooner
Glendale met with a serious accident
last Saturday, (3th inst. Ho was
standing on the hatch watching the
men Htoniug sugar in the hold below,
when lie lost his balance and felln dis
tance of 10 feet, on top of the sugar,
Htriking directly on his head and sus
taining severe injuries to ills spine.
Dr. Herbcit was speedily summoned
and as usual promptly responded to
thu cull. Hu has very good hopes of
tho captain's recovery.
Weather fair, mills running full
FROM ANOTIlF.lt COHKESl'ONDKNT.
Wuiluku and vicinity is exceed
ingly quiet after the election, which
passed off without a rulllc of any
It is remarkable the ingenuity
some people will display to cir
cumvent and defy the law of the
land. This Australian ballot is the
nearest approach to o perfect system
yet discovered, and one would sup
pose very hard to "beat," and yet a
well known enterprising individual,
down there with you, has "laid it out
cold." He sent a number of election
tickets up here exact fac-similcs of
those used, as to size, printing,
names of candidates, and all other
details. At the end of the candi
date's name for whom the vote was
desired, there was a circular hole
punched thus, "O" thereby enab
ling the illiterate voter to make his
cross at thu proper place. Perhaps
the originators of this pen de chose
will not feel so elated, when I inform
you that a large number of votes
were cast out, because they were
marked thus O with a circle in
stead of the X the voter having
traced a circle with his pencil l eating
against the edge of the punched hole
instead of making little lines across.
Should you desire it I can give you
the names of the parlies interested
in this little scheme.
Anderson, tho Wizard of the
North (?), showed at Wailuku to a
very largo audience, Thursdaj' even
ing. Please excuse any expression
of opinion as to the entertainment.
The native children seemed very
much pleased, however.
. Harry Brockmanu, manager of the
Bismarck Stables, Wailuku (Wm.
Goodness, proprietor), is out. Cause
deponent saitli not. Dan Quill's
name is mentioned as his probablo
The public health good. Weather
dry and clear with strong N. E.
trades blowing. Z.
THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN, ETC.
Thw littk) skt'tcli illustrates a family going for goods
purchased and which had not h-jen sent home as promptly
as requested. .AVe make it a point to deliver everything at
the time promised ; it is one of the things that has helped
our husiness. If you come in and buy a set of llaviland,
for instance, late this at'termon -ou can use it foi dinner
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockets' Bank, Honolulu.
Mi Z PAH"
XutrH on the Klet'tlou -HerlyuB Ati
clileut to Vot(iii 'jolinuuu.
Tho oluctlon is over, and the polit
ical campaign, which the last few
weeks prior to the election became
just a trifle sultry, is again ended ; the
Has become a word dear to tho hearts
of mothers. Tho "Mizpali" Valvo
Nipple is made of pure gum, will not
collapse and prevents much colic be
cause thoy admit air into the bottlo as
the milk is drawn out, thus prevent
ing a vacuum being formed. Give this
buby u chance to express his opinion.
You'll very soou find out whether tho
" Mizpah" is a success or not.
Wo havo an assortment of Davidson
and Goodyear Nipples, also Rubber
Rattles and Teething Kings, and Nur
sery requisites in general.
Every household should have a Hot
Water Bag.. Wo. have oriio. iuy ones
and if used 'with ordinary care will
last for years. Invalid. Cushions can
be used as ,llifo preservers"' on land
as well as sea: ' Ours are for homo
turvice, and are the bpst in every way.
Rubber tubing from the diameter of
iJ-inch to tho size of garden hose,
which wt sell by tho foot or"yard.
We've lots of 'other rubber goods,
and our Drug S"toro, you know, is tho
best place to buy llioin.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.
The autograph of Dr. Jojuison
brought ony 7 nt a repent sale in
ignition, while a letter of Keats sold
AFTKK THE l'KQCESSION.
Whoa the several companies had
returned to their houses, they paid
attention to their respective annual
banquets. A special collation was
nerved to the Royal baudBinen w the
wearv Inspectors of Election heave
a sigh of relief and reg( from the
arduous tasjc of, Im'nti'lig for the ignia
fatuw in the guiso of a "ballot olllccr
as hereinafter provided," for whom
rumor even says Mr. C. H. Dickey
searched tho whole length of Mallko
gulch with a lautcru, but without
success. Tho opposing candidates
for election as moinbers of tlio Wai
luku Road Board, who a few days
ago wero extremely busy giving mi
nute and searchinc biographies of
each other's lives, uud singularly
enough dwelt most lovingly ou the
most malodorous uud unsavory indi
deu.tu of their cureors, have presum
ably buried thoir hatchets and ceased
to lie uwako nights evolving schemes
for successfully scalping their oppo
nents. Maui sustains her reputation as
the steady-going, business-like, con
servative island by returning intelli
gent, conservative men from, nearly
all parts of the island, Vqth'us. Repre
sentatives and for. 'tlio Road Boards,
as well W the Nobles. The heavy
eqaw this year on the summit of Hale, '
ak.al undoubtedly Influenced Kaluu's
ffttp, for ho Wtu ";:,bwed under" both
h' .:.',,, 'l.u. mwl Wfillnku. "Beauti
ful Snow!" say all tho successful
candidates, and why should they not,
contemplating it from their lq(ty em
inence as legitorsTeloot,
Tho schooner Anna which put
back to port on the 30th inst. with
u early all her satis gone, is still at
Kuhulul waiting for u "new suit of
clothes" from Honolulu bofore she
can uaji wrestle wk M WIow8,
FOR SALE I
THESE. Uots, varying from one-half
to tiuveii-tniiths of an acre, aro ad
vantageously situated, being just beyond
thu Park, and lying betweeu the Dia
mond llrml road and the sou. Govern
ment water Is laid ou along the front of
these Lots on thu road. Thu beach is of
soft 'white sand, and thu reef Is famous
for ik-Hclmis tlsh of various kinds, which
Of tho ten original Lots Nos. 1 and '2
have beeu sold and 'J and lOiireiusi'ived
by tho owner, Mr. S. Ii. Dolu Thu
other six I.otB aro offerud for sale at the
upwl price of 8800 apiece, when bids
have been received for three or more
Lou nn miction sale will lie hold, L,ot tt
has been bid for, leaving; llvi) hots un
appropriated. The itUi la co ulinple. and terms aro
ca,s.h, or' Ouorhulf cash and thu balance
uu inoitgngo at i percent for ouu or two
yearn. Deeds at the expense of pur
toy A chart of, the Lots Is on exhibi
tion ut my Salesroom.
jSy-Tiiei.0 Lots am marked by
comer stakes, giving tho umnbers,
The Agency -for JAYNE'S
FAMILY MEDICINES, so long
held by our lionse, has been
transferred to Messrs. BEN
SON, SMITH & CO., to whom
all orders should bo sent.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Honolulu, H. I., Feb. 4, 1892.
P. EHLEES & CO..
so fort ho:R.ii:ir.T.
After taking Stock we offer superior values for les than former prices in every
- dcpai Uncut.
CHENILLE PORTIERES, FROM fO.oO UPWARD,
Ijlie' Ac Cyliildr-eKt'i- GoNwamer
AT ALL STYLES AND PRICED.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND GUFFS.
SOCKS AND SCARPS AT COST.
Dressmaking under tho management of MISS K. CLARKE.
Dress Goods I Dress Goods !
A FULL ASSORTMENT CAN BE FOUND AT
iW. M. K.l.C'lEW'
104 Fort btroet, Honolulu.
in striioi Bid Plaid Dress Goois,
Wool Camelette in all Shades,
A FULL LINE OF COLORS IN
Nils Veilns, CaslK ail Henrietta Glottis,
Figured Chillies & Silk Striped Chaillea.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
Fanoy Striped Flannels & Flannelettes.
COME AN1 SEE QUR
STRIPED & PLAID WORSTERCOMBINATION SUITS, TRICOT &
FINE QUOTHS FOR RIDING HABIT.
Sy Ifj you are in search of Dress Materials come anil examine our
iiiimens.o assortment before milking .your purchases elsewhere.
HOLLISTgR & CO.,
lOO JLTox-fc Street.
PURE DEUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AG-ENTS FOR, TO IS LEADING
ST NEW GOODS HY EVERY STEAMER. tBl
nPHE regular annual meeting of tlio
X Hawaiian Fruit & Taio Co. will ho
hold ut their ollco in, Wailuku, Maui, ou
FRIDAY. Feu. Vi, 16U2, at 10 o'clock
A.M. W. II. DANIELS,
al 88t Secretary U. F. & T. Co.
MISS N, von GERICHTEN,
I?linist Ac Soloiwt
Teaches tho Higher anil Lower Rmll
liieuts of Music. For further Informa
tion hiuulio ut Hawaiian News 'Co.'s
Stoio, or call Mutual Telephone tW3,
W. T. MONSARRAT,
j- OllWo at Hotel Stah'es, .Hotel
stictit. Both Telephones 82. Residence:,
Miitmii 'ivi. niit. duo lOluliT.
h . -.. j $8