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QAHU RAILWAY & LAND COi'S
KTlin! AM AKrtttt FUJI. I. INHii.
A. Mi A.M. I'.M.
Leavo Honolulu. ..0:15 8:4fi 1:45
Arrivo Honoulluli..7:2C 0:57 2:57
Lenvo Honoullull..7:30 10:43 ? :V-
Arrivo Honolulu. ..8 :35 11:55 1:65
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Arrivo Pearl Cily
Ukvo Pearl Cily.. 0:00 .
Arrivo Honolulu. ..0:40 .
1 Saturdays only.
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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10, 1892.
Stinr .1 A Cummins from Koolau
Stint' Klinui from Maul mid Hawaii
11 M S S Maiipoa, tlaywurd, from the
Helir Mllle Mori is from Koolau
Stni r Iwalani foi Hmmiki) i
.Stmr Mokollt for Molokal at 5 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr .7 A Cummins for Kooiau
K M S 8 Mariposa, Hayward, for San
Francisco ut 0 a in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Htuau 230 bags spuds, 35 bags
corn, 9" bills hides, 1 horse, 130 pkgs
From Maui and Uawaii. per stmr IC1
nau, Feb 10- K .loncs, E G Uilchuoek.
JD II Hitchcock, P A Anderson, C Y
Alona, J A Mattoou, II V Chamb' rlaln,
W D Schmidt, Mrs J Chalmers, Quni, 11
Hoare, V Jainerson, wife and child, Mrs
It Wallace and child, J K llookano, wife
and child, iI Koalolni, O lUielnuau and
Wife, T V Everett, C Thoel, Win White
and 121 deck.
Fjom tlic Colonies, per R M S S Mari
posa. Feb 10 Cabin : Mrs W O Lee and
2 children. Steerage: Henry Langen
siegcu, D Kaleineris, E Wostciliidme, V
Ol.ee, EJ Wood. In transit: Mr and
Mrs Banvood and child. Mr and Mrs J 11
Voucher, Mr and Mrs D Campbell, Mr
and Mrs Salisbury, Mr and Mrs Scott,
child and maid, Mis Mason, Mrs II Rons
sell, Miss K l'carsc, Mr E Alexaudcr, Mr
W Brown Mr Carter, Mr G Dawson,
Mr Roy, R Dempster, Mr Uhas Dunster,
Mr Galsford, John Dixon, Jas L Glover,
F G High, K G Hume, G A Humphries,
G Leighton, Mr Sippili, F Medcalf. R J
Monaghan, Mr Normlngton, W Rouse, A
binion, A H Whiffeu, It Whittle, John
Wilson, G G Liueu, W Liericji (Apia)
and 71 steerage
For Kauai, per stmr MIkahala, Feb 0
His Excellency Gov W II Rice, Hon
H P Baldwin, Mr and Mrs Mitchell and
the Misses Mitchell, Miss Vint, J M Ka
ueakua, L Sing, II G Mason, J Dickson,
w u rai-ke, ii ai von uoit, t; iskikc, ai
A Gonsalves and about 37 deck.
The following vessels were loading
coal at Newcastle for this port, Jan. 23.
Barks Don Carlos, Don Adolfo, News
boy and Pnscidon, and the Norwegian
The hark Coryphcne, discharging lum
ber ut Sydney, -will load coal at New
castle for this port.
The steadier Kinau arrived early this
morning. She will leave ugaiu on Fri
MARKS -In this city, Feb. Cth, to the
wifo of L. M-irks, a son.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public conceit at Thomas
Square this evening, commencing
at 7:30. The following is the pro
Oveiturc Tie Armourer Lortzlng
Cavatlna The Martyrs' Donizetti
Gavotte Soft Glances Nevaux
Reminiscences of Gounod Godfrey
He Lei no Lilin. Moaula La Ptilo ma
' " Manoa.
lteinlnlscrnecs of Verdi Godfrey
Fantasia Nightingale and Frog
Waltz - Over the Waves Roses
Galop - Princess Miuie Albert
At a meeting of the Polynesian
Society in Auckland, N. Z.,, Her
Mnjosty the Queen of Hawaii was
elected Patron. Mr. S. Percy Smith,
Surveyor-General, in moving that the
society bo formed, explained that in
response to a ciicular, 112 members
had joined, fiom all over Australasia
and Polynesia, numbering among
them some of tho most distinguished
linguists and ethnologists who had
visited or ilwoltSn Oceania. "The
response from Honolulu," he said,
"was particularly encouraging, as
over 20 members had been enrolled
therefrom." It will bo lemembered
that the Hui.u:nx gave a description
6 the prbposL'd Society fiom Mr.
Smith's cirdtilar, kindly furnUlipd by
lion.' W. D. Al'pxuuder, to wlom a
s'jipply had been scut for judicious
distribution, ' '
R, M. S.' MARIPOSA.
The Roynl Mail Steamer Mariposa
was telephoned at 10 o'clock, this
looming and shortly before noon
docked at tho p, S. S. (Jo.'s wharf.
Thp Mariposa sailei from Sydney
,jamiary 25th -and passed thp ilcqds
at & :20 p. m, Arrived at Auoklutul
January 2Pth, at noon, and left the
next day at 2 :5() p. in. Arrived at
Apia February 3d, at 0:20 a. m.,
sailing the same day at 12; 15 p. in.
At Apiu Norwegian bark Horeas
from J'ort Natal i Bustard, Germu,n
..--Worship, sails for Auckland February
4 ; Norivt-gian bark Solvig sailed
January 27th for Lisbon; the U. S.
S. Iroquois w'is at Pango Paugo.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
BnlaiiT moonlight evenings these.
TitK baud will play at Thomas
Square this ovaniiit;.
ARkoan vnpor enginu boat arrived
by tho Austnilia for Jos. Tinkci.
Diamond Head, .'1 p. in. Raining;
wind, light north-cast.
SiimtiKK E7a"l7hdieock and 1). II.
Hitchcock of Hawaii niu in town.
Tiik lliuvaiiau Opcia House is ro
eoiving slight repairs to its interior.
Tiiu concert by tlic Royal Hawaiian
Orchestra at tho Hotel last evening
was very enjoyable.
Hon. W. White, ropiesontativc elect
for Lalmina, who downed the "Pani
wai o lao," is in town.
PuitRKit Thus. Smith of tho Mari
posa has the thanks of the Bui.i.ktin
for late Colonial papers.
Tub Mariposa will leave for San
Francisco at 'J o'clock to-morrow
morning. The mail will close at 8
Tiik Kumchanicha Glee Club left
on Monday on tlio steamer .Bishop
for Waialua whore they intended
giving a concert last night.
Tiik little Portuguese hurt in the
tramcar accident on Ntiuanu street is
able to be around again, but he still
nurses his injured members.
Tun Y. M. C. A. will conduct the
services at Central Union Church
this evening. Subject: "Power with
God." Rofeieucoi Hebrews 11.
A little native girl was brought in
the Police Court to-day for disobedi
ence to parents. His Honor gave her
a sound reprimand and sent her
Gkouoe Dawson, champion light
weight boxer of Australia, is a
through passenger on the Mariposa
for San Francisco. He goes to meet
The choir of tho second congrega
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral will
have a rehearsal at 7 :30 o'clock this
evening at the residence of Rev. Alex.
Mackintosh, Nuuanu Avenue.
Tiik last of the Japanese male im
migrants by tho Yamashiro Maru
were shipped on the steamer Iwalani
this morning as follows: Ilonokaa
Sugar Co., 47 ; Pacific Sugar Mill, 55.
The salo of Government land to
day resulted as follows; lease of land
on Kauai, to the Kilauea Sugar Co.
for $100 per annum ; land of Kiha,
Hilo, Hawaii, to the llakalau Sugar
Plantation, for $250.
Mit. A. W. Richardson, United
States Vice-Consul General, was ask
ed this afternoon if the sailors of the
barjs Tamerlane were to be shipped to
San Francisco by the steamer Mari
posa. Mr. Richardson said lie "didn't
know a foy of them, not all."
Sir Somerb Vine, Secretary of the
Leprosy Fund, Loudon, which is
holding communication with tho Ha
waiian Government, was lately re
ported in a critical condition from in
ilucnza. Sir Somers passed thrpugb.
Honolulu about three years ago.
Kimo Pake, a Kolmla storekeeper,
has brought suit against the Hono
lulu Agents of the North German In
surance Co., for the insurance of a
store in JColmla, Hawaii. The store
was burned lately. The case will be
heard on Friday before Chief Justice
A civil suit entered by Miss Wolff
against Prof. Anderson, the Wizard of
the North," for services rendered, is
being beard in tho Police Court this
afternoon. Miss Wolff in evidence
disclosed bow some of tho profesbor's
most difficult tricks were done, hav
ing figured in them herself.
Georoe Niliou, a bright lad attend
ing Iolani College, died this morning
of consumption. George was a bril
liant baseball player, having figured
in very good games in tho amateur
league. Ho vas about seventeen
years of age. Tho funeral took place
this afternoon from St. Andrew's
Influenza iH very oxtonsivo in the
aristocratic classes of the West End
of London. Five iunUre'd and ninety
two deaths from tho disease woro re
corded in London in one week. The
death rate in the city is 40 per 1000,
and at Brighton 01. A remedy for
influenza described in the Lancet
consists ol 30 grains of potaipium
bicarbonate, to be taken every three
hours. This the Auckland Herald is
informed is a revival of an old cure.
A hay horse is impounded.
I'll meet you at the Brunswick,
A HOiiHK-biiOKK is wanted at Me
Mr. It. C. Barntield has resumed
his art clusbcs.
O. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for salo. 3-tf
An English dog cart will be auc
tioned by L. .. Levey next Monday.
Hoiiron. Newman 4 Co. givo a list
of standard remedies (or common mal
adies. N,. S, Saoiiu has t lent broken
the suspense of bis space reservation,
The prices lo (uiutus for men's furn
ishings are worth having been waited
Major Wodehouso, British Com
missioner, had awlicupu of tho Qjiccu
this numiing, being presented by His
Excellcnpy Sam'J Parker, Minister of
Foreign Affairs, the Major in turn iu
trodupiug Licut.-Coiu'dr Huutor-BUir
and olllccis of H, B. M. S, Pheasant.
Officers of tho O. Brewor & Co.
have heon elected for the ensuing
year as follows) Hon. J. O. Carter,
President and Manager J Mr. Geo, II,
liobcrUou, Treasurer; Mr, E. F.
Bishop, Secretary; Hon. W, F. Allen,
Auditor; Hon, O. R. Bishop, Mr. II,
Waterhoubo, Mr. S. O. Allen, Directors.
A GREAT CATASTROPHE.
(Continued from 2d page.)
gating olllccrs to get observations,
nnd they wcro not good when they
did get them. Monday evening, Feb
ruary 1st, the vessel was sailing in n
south-easterly course along the ooast
of Hawaii. Land had not been sight
ed, as the weather was heavy, but all
hands knew it was not far off. Be
fore ho went to bed, Capt. lowland
cautioned his men to keep a sharp
lookout to starboard for laud, and the
vessel was put under light canvas.
The caution was repealed by the 3rd
olllccr Pardee, when the watch was
changed at 11 o'clock. In one short
hour the good ship was a hopeless
wreck, and half the men were in
eternity. The story of the wreck
cau best be told by one who was
present and saw as much as could be
seen in Hint awful hour. The follow
ing is the story of seaman George
I went on watch at 1 1 o'clock. It
was a rainy, dark njght. After I had
walked the deck awhilo till it was al
most time for mo to go to the wheel,
I stopped and sat down in the bight
of a rope by the fore rigging. After
a little while I heard the surf and
jumped up to see what it was. Just
as 1 got up I beard the fourth mate
sing out to the second mate, "We're
on the shore." Then he sang out to
the man at the wheel, "Hard up the
wheel." Then I felt the ship scrape
on the rocks. Then the second male
called out to back; the main yard.
Just then she struck hard and he
sang out, "It's no 'use; we're on the
shore. Call the watch below." The
second mate called the cabin watch.
All the men came on deck, and all
was confusion till the order came to
clear away the larboard boat. Then
I went aft and we hoisted the boat
and swang her away. Then the boat
header and his boat stcerer jumped
in and called out to lower away the
boat. I lowered the aft fall ; and
one of the boat slecrcrs lowered the
fore fall. The ship was then ou an
even keel, lying broadside on to the
land and rolling hard. In lowering
the boat both falls got foul, and she
bumped hard several times before
wc got her clear, which leads me to
think she was badly stove before she
was launched. Then the captain and
the first mate came on deck with
valises in their hands. The mate
jumped right oyer into the boat.
Then the captain sang out, "O
dear, O dear, mi3tcr, how did this
happen ; how did you get her on
shore?" Then he jumped up on the
rail and said, "Sae me, I can't
swim." One of the men put a line
around him, and he jumped for the
boat. He went into the water first
and got two or three duckings. Then
one of the men got hold of him and
pulled him in. Next the carpenter
jumped into the boat. Then the cook
and Jack Jouvett jumped in. Jerry
Anderson went over the side to get
into the boat ; but whether he ever
got in I don't know. In the mean
time the boat had been carried as
tern ; and the larboard bow boat had
been launched, but no one would get
The first mate sang out, "Bail her
out." A few seconds afterward ho
called out, "Get your oars ready."
Jack Jouvett sang out, "They are all
ready, sir." Then the boat warp
was cut, and I know nothing certain
of the boat from that time on. One
of the men thinks he saw a breaker
crush the boat and cast the pieces on
the rocks; but I didn't see it. The
ship was then beginning to roll over
to larboard and dip, and I went over
to the starboard side and climbed ou
to the rail. Two or three of us call
ed out to the others to come up and
get clear of her. Some of them came,
but others only clung to the rigging
in a frantic way, and their mates
could not make them let go. Tieu
she took the final dip and rolled in
right square up on her side. Then
I heard some ono cry out from bclqw,
"Oh I saye me, save ifle" ; but there
was no chance to do it with the ship
lying right up on her side and the
water swashing in as it was. If it
had not been for the third mate's
cool head then I think most of us
would have been lost.
The men got a crazy notion of
jumping into tho irater to get ashore ;
but few men could have made tho
shore in such a sea. I never saw the
second male after his bout (the lar
board bow boat) was launched.
While we were lying up there on the
sido of the vessel, the third mate
bang out, "There are the boats all
safe." I looked and saw two dark
objects on tho water, but I do not
think they were boats. The vessel
was broken up so badly that the
casks were bcini: carried out of her
hold ; and I think we saw two casks
on the water, though it docs seem a,
little strange tha,t they should go so
(ar lo windward,
We lay up there about an Injur on
the vessel's aide, 'l'lien she began
to break up so badly thaV it looked
as if there might be a chuucc fpj
swimming. I think ' she was lying
about forty feet from the shore.
Every sea slewed her around more,
Ho that sue w. now lying almost
stern to the laud.
The dilft from tho wreck and the
oil and water casks floating around
made it look like u hard chance for
getting ashore. I went afi. just
then, and saw a board thrown up ou
the drift so as to make a bridge. 1
jumped on it and ran ashore. I then
called the others to follow me. I
found a crevice so that I could climb
up over the rocks, and then I helped
tho others up. Seventeen of us got
ashore this way.
One man who was forward says ho
was washed along the side of the
vessel and up on to the r.icks. Wo
helped liton up over the bluff. We
were all pretty badly bruised, but
none of those saved was (seriously
hurt. The worst hurt was a Piute
Indian, who wm in the miZzen cross
trees at tho time he was breaking
ip, and was swept out of there and
up ou the rocks. He climbed up
over the bluff and lay down in tho
grass nnd went to sleep. Wc did
not sco him till morning. When ho
saw us he said, "I thought you fel
lows were all dend." After wc had
been on shore about half an hour,
one of the men said he thought he
heard some one calling. Thoso who
had shoes on went back over the lava
rocks nnd hung over the cliff; but
they could not hear anyone.
About half an hour after that the
vessel went all to pieces, so that they
wcro sure that there could be no one
left alive about her, and they oame
away. Then we banked up in the
bushes (hau) and waited till morn
ing. Most of us were bare-footed
and had but little clothing, and all
were wet and cold. In the morning
we struck out for Hilo, as we lb ought,
but we were going in the wrong di
rection. Wo soon found sonje natives
and they directed us to Captain El
dart's place. We went there and got
something to eat and clothes enough
to cover us.
After Captain Eldarts had cared
for the living as bust he could, he
went with 3rd olllcor Pardee to look
after the missing men and the wreck.
Arriving at the bluff, they looked
over, and a ghastly sight met their
eyes. There lay the bodies of seven
of the unfortunate men, bruised and
disfigured past all recognition and
stripped of all clothing. They were
wedged In among the rocks so that
they wore not carried up on tho shore ;
but every swell from the sea rolled
high over them. The cliff over which
they had to look was about thirty
feet high. One Hawaiian offered to
go down aud try to get the bodies
out if tljose on the bluff would hold
on lo a rope tied around him. lint
Captain Eldaits says, "I would not
send a live man after a dead one into
such a place like that." The vessel was
completely broken up and gone. This
was at eleven or twelve o'clock on
Tuesday, February 2nd. On Thurs
day, Fcbruarj' -till, the nineteen men
saved reached Hilo, and Mr. C. Fur
neaux, U. S. Consular Agent, took
charge of them and cared for them
as his government directs.
The author of this report here
gives the list of lost and saved the
same as the writer of the other.
Moses was a full-blooded Hawai
ian, a native of Hilo, residing last at
Jack Jouvett spent many years in
the Hawaiian Islands. He worked
for Dowsett at one time.
Samuel Lopes, a Portuguese,
worked ou Honomu plantation a
short time ago.
All speak in the highest terms of
the presence of mind, courage and
efficiency of Mr. Pardee.
The Tamerlane was a live-oak
vessel, copper-fastened and staunch.
She was owned chieily in New Bed
ford. The Kinau struck something off
the Hamakua coast, which is thought
to have been a part of tho wreck.
This happened about 24 hours after
It is thought that Capt. Howland
was off in his reckoning either on
account of the poor observations he
had been able to get or on account
of a defect in bis chronometer. At
any rate it was the impression of
those who escaped that-they were a
considerable distance to the north of
where they really were.
A ivalk of four miles barefooted,
though accustomed to shoes, would
be considered a hardship itself worth
mentioning, but for the fact that
these men endured, so much that was
Jacob Guinnio of Finland was the
man lost in taking tlic whale on the
20th of January.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'Q.
IVt'W faOOllM JUHt to lIUUll.
Slack & Brownlow's Water Filters,
Scales Topsail Chains,
Open Link Chains,
Goblets, Wines, Decanters,
Jugs, etc., cto.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
Miniature "Vistas" for tpqiling,
Tiik Brunswick aio thoonly Billiard
Parlors in town. 0 tf
After shaving ubo Uiicunibgr Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts.
SiiNiitiRN rcliuvcd at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bciibon, Smith & Co.,
Delicious coiloo and chocolalo will
bo burvcil every morning early at tho
Palace Ice Cream Tailors, Ludwigson,
it Orcin. Hotel htreel. 221 tf
r -VrOTIOE Is hereby
Acxf US tho following
animal will bo sold at public auction
on SATURDAY, Feb. 20, 1802, at 12
o'clock noon, at the Uoveriimeut Pound
l lUv llon-o. white Miot on forehead:
both fore hips sore, also the backi S legs
white, ull thud, branded "J A G" on
right hind leg.
It- Owner of tho above nnlinal must
scud In his claim within 12 days,
otherwise It will bo sold on tho date
above named. ! KAOAO,
Honolulu, Feb. 10, lb'J2. 811 2t
LETTER FROM MAHUKONA.
A. Young, G years
J. Marsdcn, (i years
S. W. Kckucwa, G years
Charles Notlcy, 2 years
J. G. Hoapill, 2 years
George P. lCamaiioha, (L) 257
J. K. Kuhookano, (NR) 114
This being the maiden election
under the new law, of course it was
to bo expected that some mistakes
would be made in maiklng ballots
for candidates. Some ballots for
Representatives were marked for
both candidates, some only against
the year 1802, and some not at all,
and yet as above only 21) ballots
were rejected out of 400. The day
passed foff and the balloting was
carried on in a most orderly and
creditable manner. The successful
candidates (Representative and Road
Board) went home with their certifi
cates of election, and the entire busi
ness of the election was closed by
the Inspectors by 10 o'clock that
Tho King's Daughters of Kohala
gave a most sociable and enjoyable
reception and entertainment at the
residence of Mrs. Ronton, Puehueuu,
Kohala, on Friday evening, 5th inst.,
of which the following was the pro
Mr. M. Ritchie and Mrs. Jno. Hind
Shadow Show Dream of Fair Women
Reading Mr. M. Ritchie
1 Helon of Troy . . . .Mrs. R. Wallace
2 Cleopatra Mrs. Jno. Hind
Mnids Mrs. Jamison, Alius Gio-
vor, Miss Maud Wight.
3 Jeptha's daughter Mrs. E. P. Low
4 Queen Elinor. . .Miss Eliza Atkins,
Fair Rosamond Miss Hall.
5 Joan of Arc Miss Jennv Bates
G King Edward II . . . .Mr. E.'oiding
Queen Elinor Miss Gorton.
7 Combined Tableaux
Farce Box and Cox.
Mrs. Bouncer Mrs. P. Wallace
Box Mr. Jno. Hind
Cox Mr. A. Tibbs
The tableaux: were beautifully ren
dered by the reception ladles. At
the conclusion of the evening's varied
performances, including the rich and
nountuul supper, all went home
plenBcd and happy.
ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUBJECT TO
As a preventive and cure for
croup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has no rival. It is, in fact, the only
remedy that can always be depended
upon and that is pleasant and safe to
take. There is not the least danger
in giving it to children, as it contains
no injurious substance. For sale at
50 cents per bottle by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents.
HOff IS YOUR COLD?
Is a question often asked these days.
You are fortunate if it is only a cold,
but oven colds if not checked develop
into bi-riouB maladies.
For coughs we havo Jayne's, Ayer's
and Chamberlain's Remedies, also,
German Syrup, Shilow's Cure, Hale's
Honey, Allen it Hall's Balsam, Lo
zier's Cherry Cordial, Scott's Emul
sion, Homwopathic "B & S" Cough
Syrup and many others.
If yon have a cold in the head we've
Ctif hnuui's Menthol and Cutler's Pock
et Inhalers. Wo keep fccvural kinds
of Atomizers for spraying the nostrils
and throat in cases of catarrh. Caloric
Vita Oil is a popular preparation for
colds on the chest. Should you prefer
PoroiiB Plasters we can supply your
demand as We keep a full line of thebo
When your health begins to wane
and tonics arc wanted to build up your
constitution, drop in and wc will show
you what there is in that line. Hero
are a few of a long list : Midline, Fel
lows' Syrup, Cod Liver Oil, Phillip's
Wheat Phosphate, Acid Phosphate,
Coca Wino, Beef Extracts, Dr. Hen
ley's Celery, Beef and Iron, Boviuine
aud cithers. All of these preparations
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.
Horse Shoer Wanted !
Z3T Apply at
McLain's Shoeing Shop,
311 lit Second door from Lucas' Mill.
MR. R. O. RARNFIELD holds classes
hi Drawing and Painting at his
studio. Hotel street, back of Drs. Amlor
hou &, Limdy. III! tf
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the adjourned annual meeting of
the stockholders of the C. liiuwer
& Company held this day, the following
were elected Olllccrs of the Corporation
to servo during tho ensuing yuan
Hon. J.O, Caiter &
(Jeo. II. Robertson Treasurer,
E. F. lllnlion Secretary.
Hon, V. F. Allen Auditor.
Hon, C. It. Ilishop, H.Vaterhouso,E6tj.,
S. C. Allen, Kfcq.
E. F. lilSIIOP,
Secretary O. Ilrower & Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 18'J'. till lm
THERE WAS AN
I & &2&M
Thio littles t
,'h had not
as requi'sU'd. Wc inako 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 u..-! huy a set of llaviland,
for instance, late this afteiaion you can use it for dinner
HAWAIIAN HARDWIRE CO.,
Fori street, oppo. Sprcckels' Bank, Honolulu.
READ THIS AND IT
UNLAUNDRIED SHIFTS. Come and sec the rc-enforced
Unlaiindried Shirts that wc arc selling for CO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
ftfiEN'S SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
briugan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 25 cents a pair.
MEN'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-lland and Tics of all kinds.
JST Sec our White P. K. Scarfs that wc are selling 2 for 2o cents;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, they arc good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Yalises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes Sk Tobacco,
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
-NHW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER. -u
THE STOCK OF
Japanese Boils k Curios
Lately on exhibition over Gonsalves &
Uo.'s Store has been removed to the
Robinson Block, Hotel Street,
(Opposite Ilethol Stiect),
Where tho Proprietor will he gliul to
.see his friends.
New Goods Opened !
BfiyThe Stock Is on the ground lloor,
no staircase to climb. ;I0 tf
MISS N, von 6KRICI4TEN,
IPirtiki.st Sc RSoioisxt;
Tenches the Higher and Lower Ituill
ments of Music. For further liiforum
tinu huiuliu at Hawaiian News Uo.'s
Store, or call Mutual Telephone C(J5,
MoilelliiL', Free Hand
DniwIiiK, anil Traiibcrhtls from
Xatiiro in Plaster of Paris. For parti
:il0tf P. O. bos il'-'u.
ALL persons are hereby cautioned
against shooting or tiepaliig
upon the Kccf or Island known as "Itiiil
Ihhuul," blluale in Heeia Hay, off ICaha
luu, Kooluupoko, Oaliu. A ii one found
violating this notice will be prosecuted.
ilil'J 2w ilus. O. bTEWAJtU.
rpHH tegular annual meeting of thu
JL Hawaiian Fruit x Taio Co. will bo
held at their olllcu In Wailiiku, Maul, ou
Fill DAY, Feb. 11, lb'J2, at 10 o'clock
A.M. , YV. 11. DANIELS,
311 3&t Secretary 11. V & T. Co.
(Jirr your boots and shoes iiiiulo
and lepaired by tho old Wailuku
.i i i i .:.... .. i.v...
Ilnlnl .lr...l. FirHt.maaa work, low
1 prices. -1-tt
OLD WOMAN, ETC.
b K'n st-nt home as promptly
YOU A POINTER.
.(., varvlntr from one-half
JL to ."even-
tenths of an aero, are ad
vantageously situated, being just beyond
tne I'arK, aiiu lying between tne uia
inoiitl Head road ami the sea. Govern
ment water is laid ou along the front of
theu Lots ou the road. Thu beach Is of
soft white sand, and the reef is famous
for delicious llsli of various kinds, which
Of tho ten original Lots Nos. 1 and 2
havo heon sold and '.) and 10 are reserved
by thu owner, Mr. H. 11. Dole. The
other six Lots are offcied fur sale at tho
upset price of 8800 apiece. When bids
have heen iccelved for three or mor
Lots an auction mIo will he hold. Lot It
has haen bid for, leaving live Lots un
appropriated. Thu title is feu simple, and terms are
cash, or one-halt cash aud thu balance
on mortgage at H percent for one or two
year. Deeds at thu expense of pur
chasers. lay A chart of the Lots is ou exhibi
tion at my .Salci-room.
SQt These Lots are m irked by
corner stakes, giving thu numbers.
JAS. F. 3IOKGAN,
PARENTS ATTENTION I
ACADEMY OF BALL & FANCY
Dancing and Physical Culture!
Children from II to HJ years overy Sat
urday frum 2 to 5 i m. Turnia, 8:1.00 a
mouth in advance. Adults class In ball
room ilauciiig every Friday from 8 to
Pupils accepted and Information given
at the Ailou Hull during above time.
Private lessons given at any time,
MISS von OERICHTEN,
Professor of Dancing,
t& School opens Friday, Feb. 12,
lb'J'J. Call Mutual Tel. GC5, 830 lv
For Mouldings, Frames,
PastolH, Artotypos, Photo
grnvuroH, Etohingn ami
uvurvthiutr in thu lino of
UlullirOS, gO to Klllg BrOB.,
I Hotel struct. '