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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND GO.'S
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Arrive Honolulu. .. 8:11)
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Arrive I'oarl Cily
Leave Pearl CHy. .0:00
Arrive Honolulu.. .0:40
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111. 28ni. iIIhoc. p. an. of Honolulu Olisuivntory
Hjiiu. It IhkIvcii by the steiuu mIiIhIIo nt till)
II0I10I11I11 1'liiHliiK Mill, 11 few iloms hIjovo
tlio (Jiistoin limine. Tim sumo wlilstlo Is
rtiiuiilnd toncctly lit II0110I11I11 mean noon,
Olu-omitnry inciidhm, orloli. illtn. -'Usee, or
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SATURDAY, FEB. HI, 1892.
St inr C 11 KHiop from Knhukti mill
Schr Mary 13 Foster from Makaweli
Stmr Jas Makce from Kauai
Stmr Leluta from llnmakiia
Stmr U'almaualn from Muni
fttmr Kinau for Maul mid Hawaii at
10 a 111
Sebr Kauikeaouli forKoliala
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
S S Alatiiiiila, Morse, for the Colonies
Stmr .1 A Ciiiimiiu.s for Koolau
Slim' .Iuk Mukcu for Kauai at .", p 111
.Stun- J.elnia for Xuii and l'aimlkou. at
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Snnr Bishop 2'2W bags sugar, ICO bags
rice, 100 bags rice bran.
Sell i- Kauikeaouli 1700 bairn sugar,
tSebi MaryE Foster 1275 bags sugar.
Stmr Kaala 204-1 bags sugar
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Kiuiiu,
Feb 111 For Volcano; Mrs O II Doild,
Miss Dodd, A G l'rilcliard. 11 11 Demp
ster. For way pons: Capt hlhorn, H
E Cooper and boy, W D Schmidt, Geo
Campbell, Iv Okata, D II Hitchcock, K
Q Hitchcock, II Loe, E Woliteuliohii. J
Mori, S K'iniiua. Hon W G Irwin, Hon
B I'aiker, Hon S Jl Damon and about CO
ST. ANDUKW'S CATIIUDKAL.
Septuagesima Sunday. Cathedral
services: Holy communion, (Ha
waiian) C;30 a. in. ; morning prayer
and seriuon, 1 1 a.m. ; evening prayer
( Hawaiian) and sermon, 13 : IJL) p. m. ;
evening prayer and sermon at 7:30
SECOND CONll llKO ATION.
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow will he as follows: Morn
ing prayer with sermon at 9:-lf)a.
in.; Tallis festival responses; Te
Detnn, Dykes, in F; Jubilate, Tay
lor, in F; Anthem "Hear Me when
I call," by King Hall ; hymns, 83
anil 171. 0:30 p. m., evensong with
sermon. Anthem, "Hymn of peace,"
by Calcott ; hymns, 250 and 82. Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh, pastor. Al are
cordially invited to these services.
CBNTIIAI. UNION CHUItCH.
At the morning service, in response
to a special retjuestfrom the Woman's
Chrjstian Temperance Union, the
pastor will repeat the discourse on
Temperance given a few Sabbath
evenings since, and will follow the
same, at the evening servipc, with a
discourse on "Methods of Tpmper
The Y. M. C. A. will conduct
evangelistic meetings in Bethel Hall
to (light and Sunday night. Meet
ings begin 7: If) p. 111. Everybody
' Heartily welcomed. Seats free. No
collection. Come and enjoy the
y. si. 0. A. ham-
pospcl praise service on Sunday
from (5:30 to 7:15 p. in. Subject:
Does Death End All? References:
Luku 10:19-31. Youngmeiij seameii
iuk working men are especially in
vited. Meeting open to nil,
Low mass, (1 and 7 a. in. j high
mass,, 10 a. in. ; rosary and catech
ism, 2 p. 111. ; benediction of the
most blessed Sacramedt, 1 :30 p. 111.
SAFE AND RELIABLE.
"In buying a cough medicine for
children," says II. A. Walker, a
pioininent druggist of Ogtlen, Utah,
"never he afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. There is 110
danger fioin it mid relief is always
sine to follow. I particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's because I found
it lo lie safe and reliable " 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers, lieu-'
son, Smith A. Co., agents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS,
Hawaiian Council, A. L. of 1!., will
mi't't this t'veniiiK.
Vai.kniinh's Day this year fulls on
Mlt. Levey will null 1111 English dog
cult on Moniluy at noon.
Font pusi-engers U'ft on 111" Kinuii
tints morning for the Volcano.
Diamond Head, 12 noon Weather
cloudy, wind, fiesh northeast.
Tin: Union Feud Oo. will hold its
quarterly mct'tiug 11 1 12 Moniluy.
TilK Elulo hits diopped its English
page, started for the cleotion cam
paign. Mil. II. M. Sewall, United Suites
Consul at Samoa, is going buck to his
poa' by tin- Alameda.
Thk steamer Kinuii sailed nt 10
o'clock this morning. Shu could not
wait for the Alameda.
The blind will play at Emma Square
this afternoon as usual, but with a
program that is novel.
Mlt. Lippiucutt, a cousin of the
Philadelphia publisher, may be ex
pected here by the Alameda.
Aiiout 10 o'clock last night twenty
to thirty people ladies and gentlemen
on horseback rode in from Waikiki.
Hint Majesty l he Queen and attend
ants enjoyed a moonlight drive to
Waikiki in the royal caniagu last
Thk sale of the Brewoiy and the
land at Young street did not take
place to-day, owing to theio being no
His Excellency Samuel Parker and
HoiiH.W. G. 1 1 win and S. M. Damon
left on the Kinuii this morning for
E. G. Hitchcock, Sberill' of Ha
waii, and D. 11. Hitchcock, who have
been here on a business trip, returned
on te steamer Kinau to-day.
Thk regular monthly meeting of
the-Hawaiian Mission Children's So
ciety will bj held this ovening at the
residence of Hon. J. B. Athurton.
Tin: band concert at Thomas Square
last night drew the usual huge and
appreciative attendance. The House
hold troops were drilling in the vicin
ity and interfered somewhat with the
Mit. Lanoi.ky of the Custom
lIouc has favored the Bum.ktin with
11 copy of the New Year's number of
the San Jose Mercury. It is a mon
ster issue of 40 pages, replete with
local illtiatiations, history, record of
the year, etc., and would be a credit
to any city in the world.
Iokua, a burly native, was up in
the Police Court this morning for as
sault and battery 011 a Chinaman
The Chinaman did not show much
injury. Alter reviewing the evidence
His Honor found there was nothing
in it and discharged defendant. .1. A.
Magoon for plainlitt'; J. L. Kaulukou
Young people have been Hocking
to Mr. T. W. Kawlins' stable at Leleo,
to see a Shetland pony colt born yes
terday. It is the littlest mite of a
horse seen in Honolulu fortonic time,
weighing 2-J pounds and measuring
22 inches in height. Willie Kawlins'
Shetland mare is the dam, the sire
one of Mr. James Campbell's ponies.
I'm. meet you at the Brunswick.
Extua Mince Pies at the "Elite."
Buiiaoii BuiiNuus at Hobron, New
man it Co.'s. 313 lw
C. J. McCahthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale. 3-tf
Button Holes made to order at No.
4 Gulden Lane. 307 tf
Thk Brunswick are the only Billiard
Pallors in town. 0 tf
"Thk ring was in his boot." H. F.
Wichman tells the story in this paper.
Ai'TKit shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic, lienson, Smith & Co., Agents.
SiiNiiuitN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Beiibon, Smith & Co.,
Havk your children vaccinated,
Fresh vaccine virus at Huhron, New
man & Co.'s. 313 lw
It bad the pathetic tale about "The
Picture that is Turned toward the
Wall" with moral attachment in this
J. W. WiNTKlt will lecture on his
travels through Jerusalem and Jer
icho, at Harmony hall on Monday
G. II, Kaah.au has been appointed
an agent to take acknowledgments to
labor contracts for the district of
Dkmciouk codec and chocolate will
bo served every morning early at the
Palace Ico Cream Pailois, Ludwigsen,
it Cron, llolol btri'et. 221 if
The Minister of the Interior adver
tises for applications for II) homestead
lots in Puna, Hawaii, under condi
tions by him specilied.
Thk New State Superintendent of
Insurance reports a larger surplus for
Iho New York Lifo Insurance Co,
than that of any other purely mutual
life iiiniirauce company in the world
See the figures elsewhere,
Every family bliould be provided
with some reliable medicine for bowel
complaints. A fair trial will con
vince any one that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrluea Remedy
is without an equal; besides it is
pleasant to take. 25 and aU cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Hen
sou, Smith iV Co., agents.
GREAT SALE BY MR. MORGAN
Lund Going: oil' Like
CukesList ol Pur
The sale of lands of the late King
Kalakatia's estate, by order of Dr.
Trousseau, administrator, began at
Mr. Morgan's .salesrooms at 12 noon
this day and continued well into the
afternoon. A large number of lots
had been sold, and a few withdrawn,
before this report closed for the
press. Below is a report of sales to
the latest moment. Thus far the
sales had realized upward of $37,000:
1. Land at Kolowalu, Alanon,
Oaliu, was withdrawn, as it was pre
2. Land at Manoa, Oaliu, 2 10
1000 acres. . Sold to l'ekelo, $050.
3. Laud at Manoa, Oahu, 5 30
100 acres. Sold, Arthur Hunt, S320.
4. Two pieces of land at Manoa,
Oahu, 73-100 and 3 55-100 acres
respectively. Sold, E. D. Baldwin,
8140 and $425.
5. Land at Kulaokahtia, Oahu,
Wilder Avenue and Kcwalo streets,
105,741 square feet. Sold, J. F.
0-7. Laud at Moanalua, 0.15
and 0.07 acres respectively. Sold,
S. M. Damon, $100 and $75.
8. Island of Mokuoeo, Moanalua,
Oahu, 11 acres. Sold, S. M. Damon,
9. Three pieces of land at Aica,
Lwa, Oaliu, on the line ef the rail
way. Sold, J. F. Bowler, S2,500.
10. Ahupuaa of Kauhiula, Hilo,
Hawaii. Sold, Ililo Sugar Company,
11. Ahupuaa of Kahaualca, Pu
na, Hawaii, 20. 420 acres more or less.
Sold, Jas. Campbell, $1,100.
12. This land was sold at private
13. Land at Kaaleo, Oahu, 3
348-1000 acres. Sold, T. II. Davics,
14. Land at Nuuanti, Oahu, 98
100 of an acre. Sold, II. Water
15. Lands at Pawi'i, .Island of
Lanai, 08 83-100 acres. Sold, C. R.
10. Ahupuaa of Kihapuhala,
liana, Maui, 2 01-10 acres. Sold
Reciprocity Sugar Co., $100.
17. Land at Kualapa, Ilonuaula,
Maui. Withdrawn, owing to a pro
test having been entered.
18. Lund at Omaopio, Kula,Maui,
173 acres. Sold, Haleakala Ranch
19. One-half of the Ahupuaa of
Nun, Kaupo, Maiii. Fine agricul
tural laud. Sold, James Campbell,
20. Land at Waieli, liana, Maui,
12 J acres. Sold, Kanalulu, SI 50.
21. Land on Maui, was with
drawn, another protest having been
22-23. Lands of Lahainu, Maui,
were bought at private sale, by the
Pioneer Mill Co., J. Campbell.
24. Land at Panaewa, Lahaina,
Maui, 318-1000 of an acre. Sold,
Campbell & Iscnberg, SG00.
25. Land at Lahaina, Maui, was
20. Land at Lahaina, Maui. Sold,
Iscnberg & Horner, $100.
27 and 28. Lahaina, Maui, and
Waimanalo, Oahu, lands, withdrawn.
Mr. C. W. Asliford entered the pro
test in the latter property.
29. Laud at Kailua, Koolaupoko,
Oahu, 5. 75-100. Sold, C. M. Cooke,
3.0. Land at Kaneohe, Oahu, only,
the Kaalaea piece having been with
drawn. Sold, E. S. Cuuha, $95.
31. Lands at Kapaka, Koolauloa,
Oahu, 8 73-1000 acres. Sold, Geo.
H.' Robertson, $90.
32. Lauds at Kukultiaeo, Kalia,
Honolulu, Oahu, lif acres and 35-100
33. Six pieces of land at Iwilei,
Oahu, were sold as follows:
Lot 1. A. F. Cooke, 8850.
Lot 2. Jno. Ena, $450.
Lot 3. F. Wilhelm, $550.
Lot 4. Jno. Ena, $450.
Lot 5. A. S. Cleghorn, 81,000.
Lot C Jno. Ena, $3,750.
The Iwilei fisheries were bought by
Hon. John Ena, $1,000.
34. Land at l'awaa, 1'uiiahoif,
Oahu, 22 45-100 acres more or less.
Her Majesty the Queen, 87,000.
35. Hi of Waieli, Waimalu, Ewa,
Oahu, 3155 acres more or less. Sold,
C. M. Cooke, 1,850.
30. Hi of Kapatikca, Ewa, Oahu,
314 acres and 4-10 acres, and sea
and stream fishery of Wahaloa, 53
acres'. Sold, E. S. Cuuha, $1800.
37. Laud lit Kalihi, Oahu, con
sisting of 450 acres of most desir?
able laud, is being sold now. There
is much competition over this latter
Da. McLennan, the well-known
specialist of Sail Francisco, Cal., ic
cently arrived hero with his family,
liab opened ollices at No. 31 Richards
street, opposite the Royal Palace.
The Doctor has had fifteen years of
tiiipieeedented success at the Bay
City, having among ids patients
many of our leading citizens to whom
ho can now refer.
The Doctor's specially is the treat
ment of all chronic, dillii-ult and lin
gering diseasu, ami lie invites all so
alllicted to visit him. Refers by per
mission to Mr. J. T. Walerhoute, Sr.
Medical mid surgical clccti icily a
specialty. 'Si lm
A HANDSOME HOUSE.
Xi-W Nljli" of Iti-slili-iiei- O'niihtriH'tlnii
Tim Home of. I. h' Howler
Among several very handsome new
residences built lately one of tin1 most
notable is Hint of Mr. John F. Bowler
on King street, between Kawaiahao
and Thomas Square. Besitles being
a pretty a1 well as substantial piece
of architecture, this bouse is a
novelty in its construction fromhaving
plaster walls exposed lo the weather.
Including verandas the house is
00 feet tleep. It has a frontage of
30 feet, not including the 8 ft. ver
anda on the Waikiki side, joining the
front veranda. A sewing room is
built at the tear end of the side
veranda. On the Ewa side opening
off the parlor is a large bay window.
The bouse is 30 feet high to the
ridge, and it has ornamental gables
on the front and the two sides that
011 the front being enriched with u
blind window in colored glass, tyitl
the side ones finished in rubble work.
Veranda posts and railings aie of
wood in tasteful designs. The front
entrance is reached up a flight of
buttressed steps in solid concrete.
Walks of concrete lead from a side
walk of the same material to the
steps and round by the Waikiki side
to the rear.
Entering at the front you arc in a
hall, G feet in the clear, extending lo
the dining room, and reaching it
through a French arch finished with
carved corbels in plaster. The por
tieres in the arch are liuiui on swing
inn brackets, avoiding much wear and
tear. The dining room, 13x21ft.,cov
ci's the combined width of hall and par
lor. It is waiiibcoled and communi
cates with the parlor by sliding ihjors
A rear door at the side opens into the
pantry and thence in direct line into
the kitchen, and anothet door in line
with the hall leads into a ilfi.xUfl.
lanai. The dining room is lighted
with a mtillion window. There are
shelves and lockers on three sides of
the pantry, and with every other con
venience the kitchen has cold and
hot water facilities. There is a bath
room with cold and hot water in rear
of the lanai.
The parlor is Mft.xlOft., with bay
window, Ift.xlOft. Gin., additional.
An arch 9ft. high connects between
room and window, and is finished
with a corbel in plaster representing
a female figure. The front windows
of parlor, as also of a chamber op
posite, have hoxhead sashes, the
upper sash at the base being Oft. 3in.
from the tloor, giving independent
access to the verauda. All the top
sashes in the main building have
colored margin lights. There arc
two large chambeis on the Waikiki
side, with wardrobes built in on
either side of an inter-communicating
passage. Corresponding to the
depth of the passage, on the opposite
side, are closets opening from the
rooms, while the space between
closets and wardrobes is occupied by
lavatoiies, with permanent marble
basins. Behind the large chambers,
off the lanai, is a smaller bedroom.
The interior of the house is finish
ed in redwood, natural color, shel
lacked and varnished, and the style
is Eastlake. Ceilings are 13ft. in
the clear, having panels and cornices.
There is a side entrance by steps
into the lanai on the Waikiki side.
The outer walls of the house are of
cement plaster, hard as stone and
fireproof as brick. The roof is shin
gled with ornamental hand courses
and finished with an iron cresting.
There is an iron crest also on the
Mr. Bowler is so well pleased with
the new departure in house construc
tion for himself, that he intends to
push the building of plaster houses
as a specialty in his business. The
architect of the house described
above is Mr. Geo. L. Dall, attached
to the Honolulu Planing Mill (Mr.
A Portuguese while blasting on
Mr. Hassinger's lot at Pearl City
to-day had the misfortune lo have
one of Iiis hands blown off. The
unfortunate man was sent to town
by the labor train this afternoon.
HAWAIIAN Council No. ilh'.i, Ame
rican I.cidou of Honor, meets
THIS EVENING, at 7::S0 o'clock, at
Harmony Hall, King street.
JOS. M. OAT,
34 1 it Secretary.
'P11K regular quarterly meeting of Iho
1 Union Feed Co., (L'd), will bo
held nt the Company's otllce on MON
DAY, Feb. 15, ib'.r at 11 o'clock a m.
F. It. VI DA.
Sii'ietaiy Union Feed Co , LM.
Honolulu, Feb. 12, 181)2. IIIU ft
CIIIA'JT.LAINE Satchel with wind I
J pui'n'n Inside, between Kinau stiect
and Puiialiou Preparatory School. I'lea-e
Hiturii to bulletin Olllce and icceivu re
ward. :tia a 1
LECTURE BY J. W. WINTER
Travels Through Jem alem & Jericho,
At Harmony Hall,
Monday Evening, Feb 15.
tgy- The member cif Excelsior Lodge
No. 1, Paelllc Degree Lodge No. 1,
Daughters of JtebeUh, I. O. O. P.. and
visiting lliothersaio cordially hivitd to
attend. D. 1'. ivhi;.m;i.,
Secielary II. L. No. 3, I. O. O. K.
LL perhuns aie hereby cautioned
agiihibt hhoollug or Uipamng
ppoll Hie Jtcei or maun niiuii us
'Kapap.i," off Kahaluu, Koolaupoko,
Oa'ui. Amoiie found viola'tlng lliln
notice will be proMTUted.
SM'iw Mns. C. STEWARD.
w is your cold
1 (I quetinn often iiskid Ihe.-e (InVf.
I You 1111 inrliitialc if il is nnh a cnld,
I but eM n t'oldi il nol i-hccki.il ilevi-l.iji
into H'l ions maladies.
For coughs we havo Jay lie's, Aypi-'s
and Chamberlain's Remedies, iibo,
Gi-imau Syrup, Shiloli's Ctne, Hide's
Honey, Allen it Hall's BiImiui, Li
ier's Cheriy Cmdiul, Scull's Kniul
cion, Hoinn'iipiilhic "B it S" Cough
Syiup and many oihets.
If you have a eold in the head we've
Cufhiuaii's Menthol and Culler' Pock
et Inhiili-rs. We keep several kinds
of Atomizers for spraying the nostrils
and throat in eases of catarih. Caloric
Vita Oil is a popular preparation for
colds on the chest. Should you piefel
Poioiis Plasters we can supply your
demand as we keep a full line of these
When your health begins to wane
and tonics aie wanted to build upyotir
constitution, drop in and we will show
you What tbeie is in that line. llcie
aie a few of a lung list: Midline, Fel
lows' Syrup, Cod I.ner Oil, Phillip's
Wheat Phosphate, Acid Phosphate,
Coca Wine, Beef Extracts, Dr. Hen
ley's Celery, Beef and Iron, Bovinine
and others. All of these piepiirations
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Cm'iii-i' Koi'l A: It I nix l-l rest h.
The RiM fas
An interesting incident oc
curred at a wedding in Nyack,
N. Y., recently, says the Al
bany Argus. All went mer
rily until the bridegroom was
called upon to produce the
wedding ring. in vain be
felt in his trousers' pocket
for the indispensable article.
Nothing could be found ex
cept a bole, through which
the ring bad evidently fallen
into his boot. "What was he
"Take your boot off," said
the parson. The suspense
and silence were painful.
The organist, at the domi
nie's bidd'nifT, bej
bis boot, the ring
also a bole in bis stocking,
and the minister remarked,
evidently with more than the
ceremony in mind, "Young
man, it is time you were mar
ried." For appropriate Engage
ment or "Wedding Rings, in
new ideas and odd shapes,
H. F. WICHMAN.
Hawaiian Wine Co,,
28 .t 110 MERCHANT STREIOT.
a 12 1 111
I FINE DRIVING MARE, fi year.-, old,
broken to single ami double harues-i; a
llrst-class roadster; lady can (hive It;
raiH'd on Juild's Ranch; gentle anil
1 II0D CART, lift heat, nearly new,
built to order by Hawaiian Carriage
I PHAETON, built by "Iliiggs," full
leather top. side curtains; Driving
Apiou, Lap Robe, Whip; without iloubl
the casic-,1 tilling Phaeton In Honolulu.
1 SET HARNESS, made by --Hammer.'
tor Apply "A.," Hulletlu Olllce 3l2.lt '
( tO.MFORTA RLE Cottage in
V ' Pauoa, at preient occu
pied by MrCaudlcis Bros. In
M S. GRINRAI'M .t CO.
NE Collage to let on
V Piiiichbowl fclieiil. Kn-ijuii-o
of L. ADLIOR,
13 Nuuaiiu st. hhoe slure,
11 OUSK of li loiiins, kitchen
1 anil batluooiu, within
four minutes' walk ot tlm
Pint Olllce, Bent 820 a month. Apply
at llll olllce. 32 tf
For Mouldings, Frames,
Pastels, Artot.j'iiun, Fliolo
riivuruH, Etchings and
everylliin in (lie line of
pictures, no to King Uros,,
" The PIcLure tlmt is Turae fl Towardtlie Wail."
i ! tfv m
1, F y i I P
Moral: Dinna g:ug nwii' fop a bauble when we fan
g-iY ye a belter anc for U'.ss to 'icr .il home.
'Plie only it -1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 IIavm.am' ( iiin.v in the Kingdom is
sold by the
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE GO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spicckels' Bank, Hum 'nlu
Gentlemen Attention !
READ THIS AND IT
UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS. Come and sec the re-enforced
Unlaundried Shirt- that we are selling for GO cents.
MEN'S USMDHrtSHIRTS. We have a full lino of Gati.e,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MEN'S SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal-
nriggan, lilacl; or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 25 cents a pair.
MEWS NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-lland and Ties of all kinds.
Boy See our White P. K. Scarf-, that we arc selling 2 for 25 cents ;
also, our Marseilles Searf-a, 3 for $1, they are good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits. Trunks S Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fot Street, - - Hono'ulu.
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CORN IS li FOliT & HOTEL STKEETS.
GENUINE!-FOSTER, KID GLOVES ! GENUINE I
IX ALL COLONS.
"Will In- !-oll Ii- One Weelt ut Sri? L ."JO :i l?Jiii
A Large As-ortini'iil of Kiubroidery; Oriental, Chiffon, and Torulnm Laces,
" Al Kedliccd
IOO Fori Ntri'ct. - Itrewei-
Annual Gash Clearance Sale!
FOR THREK WEEK, COMMENCING FEBRUARY 8TH,
We will hell ALL (iOOI)S at GREATLY RKDU K PRICK to make room
for our large ami varied SPJIIXU and mL'MMER STOCK to arrive.
Gloves, Hosiery, Hanckercliief., Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons,
Notions, llks. Satins, Sm-r.ih-.. Wool Dies., Good-, (.'o'ton, .sheeting-,,
IJneii'., Curtail)-,, I'liilii-rei, Red spie.ul-, Itng, I!n-' .mil Gent's
Clolhing, Hal-, (Mi.iw ami felt). t'up, Trunk-,. Ilag,
Vall-e-,, Collar-.. Cuff-, shirts, rmlcrwcai', Etc.
. EHLEES & CO..
After taking Stock we offer niiperlor values for Ic
OIIF.NII.LK PORTIERES, FROM .fO.oO UPWARD,
AT LL STVLKS XD PRICES.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS,
SO' Mis AND SCVRFS AT COST.
t-f Dressmaking under the management of MISS K. CLVRKK.
NOLLISTER & CO.,
K)f Fort Street.
I) E A LH
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes &. Tobacco.
AtifcJNTS 1)K Tlllfl LEADIXCI
Bar NEW GOODS BY EVERY Sl'EAMER. -XTSl
MISS N, von GERICHTEH,
I-'iiiiiiHt Sc Soloist
Teaches I lie Higher ami Lower Riull
ineiilh of Miule. For fiuiher lufnriiia
lli.it iuqulic al Hawaiian News Co.'e
Sluie, or call .Mutiiul Telephoiie tilij.
nri f""""1 iuM'if
iiiii-l little fit lives 1
Willi mie chili,
A gill lieloM'd by all. until, yon l '
By the influence of fnle frirnl
fairy nl-. begullpil,
Sho sent to Triro for a dinner m-i.
She bought a "cheap and imi,
paid an awful price,
And even this misfortune wac not ,iU
When hpr father miw the pleiv- i-ai-
ntigtiMi lllled bin eyes,
Ami lie wputnml turned her petnn t
There's a thotijjht that's never pk n
And n pocket b k Hint's broken.
Thcie's a illnnei sot that's tin own t
111 the stall.
And a sail ntid lpr daughter
(For experience hastuuKht hoi).
Au-I a picture that Is turned toward the
-TK 10 KT.
than former price-, hi every
W. T. IWONSARRAT,
erOillie at Hotel Stah'i-i., Hotel
1 biieet. ltoih Tclephuiies 32, RcsUleuce:
Mutual Tel. 010, duo 10-'Jl