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OMIU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
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tllou. It UkInch by tliu Ktciuu wlilstlcof tliu
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Clio Custom Iloueo. llio sumo wlilutlo Is
wmiiuk'cl con I'ctly nt Honolulu mi'im noon,
()bt'intoiy nicihlluii, or 10U. 31m. Msec, of
MONDAY, FEB. 15, 1892.
S S Alameda, Morse, C days 10 hours
f i oiii Sun Ftancisco
Stun- Olaudlno fiom Maui
Stmr Mlkiiliulii from ICsi ui
Stmr Waialealo fiom Huinnkua
Stmr IwiUimi from Hair.akua
StinrLikollke fioin Hiunakua
Stmr Kilauca Holt from Hatiiakua'j
Ktlir Kawallani from Koolau
, , DEPARTURES.
S S Aliiniciln, Moiso, for the Colonies
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolau
Slmr Jus Mnkcc for ICaual at 5pm
Stmr Loliua for Nun and Papaikou, at 5
Stmr Kjiaja for Waiauac at 8 a m
Stpir U It Bishop for Waiauac, Walalua
and Kaliuku at !) a in
Stnir Waimanalo for Maui and Molokal
ut 4 p in
Stmr Cliiudluc for Maui and Hawaii atC
Sohr Kula;nami for ICpliala
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am bktne Jhn Smith for San Fran
cisco at 11 a m
StmrMikahala for Kauai at 5 p in
Stmr Waialeulc for Haumkua
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
bags rice, 5
"0S0 bags supar, 120
horses and (54 -green
Stmr Olaudlne 9791 bags sugar, 73 bags
taro, 77 pkgs hides, 2 horses, and
114 pkgs sundries.
from San Fiauclsco por EMSS Ala
meda, Feb 11 Dr K W Anderson, Mrs
.1 S Bishop, Miss Belle Beaukry, San
ford Bennett, Geo F Brown, W It Bry
ant, J Burke, Miss Nellie It Crook, Leo
nard F. Davis and wife. Miss Dare, Miss
Sopnle E Eastman. Mrs S E Fowler,
Miss Fowler, Ei astus Footc, Jr, Mrs II
J Gallagher, D W Itwin, W D Johnson,
Mrs A F Judd, Miss Judd, Leland H
J.ittlefield, Mrs Llttlclleld, Miss Little
Held, Edwin L Lobdell, II C Lyon and
wife, Mrs F E Nickels and L E Nickels,
Mrs J S Patterson, Master W E Patter
son, Mrs A V Rice, W L Speldel, Edwin
A Sparrow, Mrs E N Taber, W C VI
pond, It T Wing, Jas N Warrington,
Miss N Wallace and maid, Miss A B
Gallngher, Win P Youngs, and 27 steer
ago; ao cabin add 35 steerage in transit
for Sabioa and the Colonies.
From Kauai per slmr Waialeale, Feb
1 1 Mis Fuller and 10 deck. "
'From' Kauai per stinr Mikahala, Feb
11 Judges It Dole, Hon W O Smith,
Hon 11 V Baldwin, C Crcightou. J W
Jones, II II Gurstlus, Mrs A V Peterson,
A Rosi and wife, II G Mason, A K H
Swift, Albert Kalailon, Isaac Hart, J M
Kaiicakim, Mrs .1 Niau, M A Gonsalves.
M. J Perreira,Mis Perrcira. Miss Maria
Makunaiil, Mrs Omoto, C Blake, II P
l'onihiagii, Li Chung and CD deck.
From Maul per stmr Claudliie, Feb 14
G W Faa, A F Franca, L D Spencer.
Mrs F S Dunn and 2 ehildien, L losepa,
D Toomey, G P Wilder and wife, II 11
Plemnier, W II Daniels, D Quill, W
Lundfoid and child, E II Itntloy.T'Nott,
A A Dorlou, Miss E Saffroy, and 32
The Ameiican sejioonor Bculnh, 8U9,
tQiis, now (it San J'uriro ' will enyo fop
iCdliului'lp load Sugar for San Francisco,'
for J D Sprcckels & Bros.
me naiKcuiiuo jouii oiinui win leave
for Sau Friinoleeo to-moirow with a
consignment of Higar.
Tliubail.SC Allen has been moved
to Wilder Steamship Co's wharf where
she will load with sugar for ban Fran
cisco, Tho barken tine S G Wilder arrived at
Sun Francisco Feb 12th fioin Honolulu.
Tio squall from the South this uftcr
poofi ) prevent tlio Island Luhobiieri)
from golnj; out. '
The hat lc Albeit received her llrst in
stallment of sugar f i oin tho Mikahala to
day. 'Hie Ger bk Paul Inenberg, Walters
master, sailed for Sun Frauclsro ou
Saturday, cairylug the following cargo:
22,753 bags sugar, shipped by II Hack
lujd & Ctj, aniTlO, 0 liiigs silgaj b,y Jt. 8
priubauin & i p.. The value of otirKQ
fhipped is 3100,052.2Q.
'J'lu steamm- w' 0 Hall will bt due
fiom wlmluuid poits to. morrow
Tho barki'iitlnu Oihcovcrv left San
FrauulsL'o the suiue day as thu Alameda
--. U .-;
MOUSE -McKJNLKY At 8uu Frun
cheo on batuiday, February Uth,
Georgo Kdward Morse to Miss Ida
LOVE At Honolulu, February IC, Hoo
pll, wife of James Love, aged DU
local and general hews.
II hii Muhmty Hio Quwn is rualtuut
ing ut bur Waikikl rceiiltuu'c,
'I'iik Hilonf IimiiI liclonutug Id tlio
Riiliikiiiut ORtutc on SiUiinliiv liroughl
Tim lloiiHtiluilil Iroops ivprn out
uguin niiircliing on tlio I'IhIiia thin
'I'm: Myillo Ho.it Cluh will givo u
Kiiciul and diitiuu ill their chili house
Tiik string oichestru concert at
IC m in a Hctiari Suturduy ufternojn
wan n iiuvolty duly upprcciuted.
A roUKKiN paper coiituins a slate
ment thai the wlmlurs will cruino in
tin! South this Hcason for ambergris.
Tiik band will cotitiuuo to delight
the public, giving another moonlight
eoncui I nt Emma Square this evening.
Tun bark Martha Davis arrived at
Hongkong in tlio remarkably fust
time of Iwenty-iivo day a from Hono
lulu. Dit. J. W. Wintkh will lecture this
evening at Harmony hull, on his
travels through Jericho and Jeru
salem. Captain Gill, late of the notorious
schooner Beagle, sailed from Hong
kong Jan. 2d, for his home in Mel
Tiik Monowai arrived at Sydney on
tlio 5lh inst., only three days Into,
having made up one or two days on
Li Chkuno, the Court Chinese in
terpreter, has returned ami unloaded
a "heap of trouble" from the Police
Mu. H. J. Nolle of tho Beaver
Saloon will receivo by tho bark
Colusa from San Francisco two lino
Irish Better dogs.
.Tuuok S. B. Dole, Deputy Attorney
General Criigliton and oilier members
of tho bar returned on tho steamer
Mikahala from Kauai yesterday.
The steamer Claudine will leavo at
5 o'clock this afternoon on a special
excursion trip to tlio Volcano. She
will carry only mails and passengers.
The following were shipped from
San Francihco for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands during the mouth of January:
Gold coin, $2,339,415; currency, $8,
935. In addition to tlio previously pub
lished list pf lantjs sold belonging to
the Kalakaua estate is tho following :
Laud at Kalilii, 455 acros. Sold, Her
Majesty the Queen, $4000.
The harkentiue John Smith will sail
for San Francisco at 11 o'clock to
morrow. A mail will close at 10 a. in.
at tho Post Office, but only letters
marked for the vessel will bo forward
ed by the postal authorities.
Two worthies, who it will bo remem
bered deserted H. M. S. Kaimiloa
when she was being fitted for the
Samoa trip, after having got their
uniforms and pay, were through pas
sengers on tho S. S. Alameda.
The time for the mail steamers to
leave San Francisco has been placed
a day later than on the printed sched
ule. They will Bail on tho Friday in
stead of' on the Thursday, or on the
arrival of English mails, every four
The Weekly Bulletin for this
week is out, packed with tho com
pleteBt summary of local news extant.
It contains the graphic reports of the
wreck'of tho Tamerlano, which made
hundreds of extra copies ol the daily
go off like hot cakoB.
One of J. Carty's hacks broke away
from the stand on Merchant street,
near the Advertiser office, Saturday
evening. The runaway in passing
another hack scraped the kneo of the
driver who was standing by its side.
Not much damage was done.
A motion in arrest of judgment in
the suit of Madame de Herblay against
Col. S. Norris, assumpsit, was argued
on the plea of the statute of limita
tions, beforo Judge Biokorton at Su
premo Court Chambors to-day. Neu
mann and Thurston & Frear for
plaintiff; Hartwell and Hatch for de
fendant. Two school girls, Annio Koluia and
Mollie Keumi, were up in tho Police
Court this morning for assault and
battery on a third schoolmate. They
were soundly reprimanded and dis
charged. The assaulted girl showed
a little "shanty" on her right eye, as
if some rather heavy article had paid
it a visit.
Tho editor of this paper would ac
knowledge tho receipt of Mr. and
Mrs. D. A. MoKinley's announcement
of Uio inaj-rjage pf thojr dangler,
Ida Ifelon, to1- Mr. Gfcorgo Edward
Moreo, Feb. Hth, at San Francisco;
also, tho wedding card of tho happy
couple, to whom the Bulletin returns
No little excitement was cauBed at
thu departuro of thosleamor Alameda
yesterday evening. U. S. ConBul
Goneral Hon. H. W. Sowall's son wub
u littlu tardy in reaching tho wharf.
Tlio steamer had moved away from
tho wharf, when Maslor Sowall got In
a boat and was rowed out to tho
steamer, amid much laughter.
Polioe Justice Wm. Foster paid
Hawaiiuns a high compliment this
morning when no said tliat "it was
very uncommon among nutives to
threaten, 'to kill Another. i one did
so, tlio Uh'-'r only took it lis a joko,
I us was stitteil in a oauo ugaiust a
native of "using threatening lan
guage." Tho case wub discharged,
His Honor deciding it a foolish quar
rel. Mu. Geouoe HiipuVi who is nearly
through a very thorough dental cob
lego oourwo in California, caino homo
by the Alameda for a two mouths'
vacation, Although taken down some
by a severe attack of the grip, Mr.
Huddy looks remarkably well and
already feels thu good effects of his
native air. Ho is one of thoso young
llawaihins who hive while completing
their education abroad proved u credit
to their country.
'LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
DlAMONti Ik'iul, .'I p, ni. Wuatliur
rainy, wind, fruxh west.
, Tiikiik will be no uviing'illnlio meet
ing in Bethel Hall until Saturday
l)n McLennan hat tin Bulletin'.1.
thank for u copy of tho Sun Franciiv
oo Kxiinuuor ol tho 7lh inst.
The regular tneuliiig of Iho Scot
tish Thistlo Cluh will bo held this v
euiug, when a full attendance is re
quested. A mhktino of young men will bo
held at St. Andrew's Cathedral this
evening for tho purpoio of organizing
a young iiioii'h club.
Theur is talk of a great Uopublican
daily paper being started at Los An
geles, with Hollin M. Dagelt, e.x-Min-ister
to Hawaii, as editor.
Kev. D. V. Lucas, a prominent tem
perance advocate of Montreal, was a
passenger on the Alameda, making a
second lecturing visit to the Colonics
within a few years.
J. F. MoHOAN.will hold a landlord's
sale of machinery belonging to the
Union Iron Works at Messrs. Q. W.
Macfarlane & Co.'s warehouse to
morrow ut 10 o'clock.
I'll meet you at the Brunswick.
Extiia Mineo Pies at tho "Elite."
Buhaoh Buunekh at Hobron, New
man it Co.'s. 343 lw
C. J. McCAitriiY has
street for sale.
Button Holes made to ordor at No.
4 Garden Lane. 307 if
The Brunswick are tho only Billiard
Parlors in tovn. G tf
C. J. FiyiiKi, has a notice for thoso
having delinquent accounts.
Aftkh shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bouhon, Smith &. Co., Agents.
J. F. Coliiuhn offers a building
on Kewalo and Wilder avenue
A special meeting of the
Sugar Mill Co. will be held
Sunburn relieved at onco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
The annual meeting of the Hawai
ian Fruit A-. Taro Co. is postponed till
Have your children vaccinated.
Fresh vaccine virus at Hobron, New
man & Co.'s. 343 lw
The Liberal party will meet for
special business at llobinsnn's hall
Allen Hutchinson holds his art
classes Wednesday and Saturday at 4
J. L. Meyek makes an offer in to
day's issue to owners of lotB desirous
of building homes.
The Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
hold a meeting on Feb. 29th, at
office of C. Brewer & Co.
The time for tho hog slaughter
house regulation to go in force has
been extended to March 20.
Miss Von Gcricliten's adult class In
dancing will practice every Wednes
day evening at Arion Hall.
If you want to save time nnd
money buy your furniture, etc., at the
I X L, corner Nuuanu and King
Found tho place to buy new and
second hand furniture of all kinds at
low prices, the I X L, corner Nuuanu
and King street. 5-tf
Dokion, tho Wailuku
ing retired from business, parties
notihed to call for
him for repairs.
articles left with
Dklicioub coffee and chocolate will
bo bcrvcd every morning early at the
Palace Ico Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
& Cron, Hotel street. 221 tf
J. F. Mougan will hold an auction
sale of household furniture at the
residence of Mrs. Miles, Christley
place, on Wednesday.
Get your boots and shoos made
and repaired by tho old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Tnennies, on East
Hotel street. First-class work, low
Bkwioom sets, wardrobes, ice boxes,
stoves, chairs, hanging tynU'8! rugs,
bureaus, qliL'ftbriiors, etc.', sold cheap
for'ioush at-the I X L, comer Nuuanu
and King street. 5-tf
Received. 14th February, per S.8.
Alameda for tho California Fruit
Market, Apples, Cauliflower, Celery,
Frozen Oysters in shell and in tins,
Potatoes, Onions, -Nuts and Raisins;
also 3000 Pineapplo Plants, Smooth
Cayenne and Sugar Loaf varieties
for Hiijp reaaonablo
' b-JJt P. G. Camaiunob.
SAFE AHD RELIABLE.
"In buying a cough medicine for
children," says II. A. Walker,' a
prominent druggist p, O.gd.en, Utah,
"lipyer bo afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. There is no
danger from it and relief Is always
sure lo follow. I particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's because I found
it to be safe and reliable." 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agenUr
MRS. WILLIAMS' LECTURES.
Mrs, Florence Williams announces
a uew course of lectures. Jt is hoped
that all members of tho former class
will join this ono, Other ladies and
gentlemen interested in these subjects
will be welcome. Apply to the treas
urer, Miss Dora Dowsett, at her resi
dence on Beretnula street, or at Mrs.
Ilobrou's, Nuuanu street,
Mrs. IIoopll I.ou, wlfi- of .Inn.
Love, died suddenly nt 8:80 o'clock
Hits morning nt her rcxidoncc, King
sired. Mrs. hove gnl up tuli inoiii
Ing in apparent good hcnttli tun! had
her breakfast. After having hrunli
fnst she went inlo tho bathroom.
Shortly nfler entering the bathroom
a loud noise was lieatd, as of some
heavy fall. On the door being opened
by her daughter, Mrs, Lovu v. us seen
lying on the lloor In n 111. A doctor
whs summoned, hut the Imly never
recovered consciousness. Mrs. hove
was nhontOy years of nge and leaven
a husband', daughter, Mis. K. Unit,
and two sons, one of whom Is in
Japan, lo mourn her loss. The de
ceased was a muscular-built woman
and her sudden dembe is n hard
blow to the allllcled family. The
funeral will take place ut it o'clock
AN EPISODE IN COURT.
At the late Circuit Court term on
Knuai, Judge Dole sentenced an old
Chinaman named Asiu, for opium in
possession, to pay $100 fine and bo
impiiaoned three months. On receiv
ing sentence the culpiit exclaimed in
Hawaiian, "If I die on account of
this, you people will be to blame."
He was removed to liis cell and,
whenever he thought he wns not
observed, pulled out a razor nnd was
going to cut bis throat when an offi
cer stayed his suicidal hand. Asiu
has been on the islands 40 years,
losing in that period the use of the
Chinese language, to such an extent
that he was too much for the Chinese
interpreter at his trial.
FROM HOTEL DELLONE.
Mr. C. W. Reed, proprietor of the
Hotel Dcllone, Omaha, one of the
finest new and modern hotels in the
west, says of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy: "ffc have used it in our
family for years with the most satis
factory result, especially for our
children, for colds and croup. It can
be depended upon; besides it is
pleasant to take and seems to be free
from chloroform and the oily sub
stances put into many cough mix
tures." 50 cent and 81 bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
S. S. ALAMEDA.
Memorandum of voyage: S. S.
Alameda, Captain Morse. Discharged
San Francisco pilot Feb. 7, 4:55 p.
va. ; stopped for Honolulu pilot Feb.
Hth 0:30 a. in., G days 1G hours
and 7 minutes.
First three days strong N. W.
gales, with a rough sea. Thence
light variable winds. Feb. 9lh,
passed a bark bound south ; Feb.
11th, passed a ship bound north.
The Alameda resumed her voyage
to the Colonies shortly after G o'clock
Every family should be provided
with some reliable medicine fofbowel
complaints. A fair trial will con
vince any one that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrluua Remedy
is without an equal; besides it is
pleasant to take. 2o' and 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Hen
son, Smith & Co., agents.
MONEY TO BUILD HOMES.
TF you have a lot, I will build you a
jl nouse, aim
furnish thu money
J L. MEYER,
130 Fort street
Mutual Tel. CC2; P. 0. Box 387.
THE regular annual meeting of the
Haiyailan Fruit & Taro Co. will bo
held at their olllcc in Wailuku, Maui, ou
SATURDAY, Maich 12, 1892, at 10
o'clock a. m. W. II. DANIELS,
315 23t Secretary II. F. & T. Co.
SING LOY & CO.,
53 KING STREET.
Have re-opened In tliulr New Building,
where they will keep constantly hi
stock at thu lowest prices, a
lurge assortment of
Dry Goods, Chinese Sills,
Satins. Plushos, Ribbons, Purses,
Laces, Embroideries, Etc., Etc.
THE STOCK OF
Japanese Gools & Curios
Lately on exhibition over GonsalvcB &
Co.'s Stoio has been lemoved to the
Robinson Block, Hotel Street,
(Opposite Bethol Street),
Where tho Proprlutoi will be glad to
bee h!b f i lends.
New Goods Opened 1
tSST The Stock is on the ground lloor,
no staircase to climb. 310 tf
Tho hunt tliintf to hoihI to
your i'riendH abroad is King
Bros.' Illustrated Souvonir
oi' Hawaii, which 1b gottou
up Jor tlio purpose and a
uot an adYt5rl'iBuiumt'.i
Ill' is yoijr coiJ)?:"fiioPifitiir8iliaiisTiiiiuTDWurililiBfall.H
Ik n qii!'Hit often m-yd Huvu' day.
Yiui ur- furluimto- if it i .mly n mid,
but OVi'll cmiIiU If nut rhi'i'ktd detrvltip
into mtIuiis uinliittle.
For coughs wo haro .InynrVi-., Ayi-r'n
and ClmmlHiluiifn lieinedie, nW,
Oiiniaii Syiup,.Shil(ih'n Ouir, llnh-V
Honey, Allen v Hall's Il.iUiun, l,n
zior'n Chiirry Cordial, Scott's Knuil
Mint, lloinu'opalhic "B A S" Cough
Kyi up and many oihcrs.
If you have a eold in the hwid we've
OuMiinan's Menthol and Culler's Pock
et Inhalers. Wo keep m-aciu) kind
of Atomizers for spiaying the nostiiN
ii ml throat in eiiKt's of catiinh Ciilnru
Vita Oil is a popular piopaiiilion fur
colds on tho chest. Should ciu prefer
Poious PhiMeis we can supply your
demand as we keep a full line of tliOM1
When your health begins to wane
and tonics urewaiHed to build up your
constitution, drop in and wo will show
you what there is in that line. Heie
aie a few of a long list: Midline, Fel
lows' Syrup, Cod Livur Oil, Phillip's
Wheat, Phosphate, Acid Phosphate,
Coca Wine, Beef Extracts, Dr. Hen
ley's Celery, Beef and Iron, Boviniue
and others. All of thobo preparations
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Port it TCInir Htruots.
fie Ring ton
In His Bool!
An interesting incident oc
curred at a wedding in ISTyack,
N. Y., recently, says the Al
bany Argus. All went mer
rily until the bridegroom wns
called upon to produce the
wedding' ring. In vain he
felt in his trousers' pocket
for the indispensable article.
.Nothing could be found ex
cept a hole, through which
the ring had 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 bidding, began a "vo
luntary." The young man removed
his bootj the ring was found,
also a hole in his 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. WICHMAU.
Hawaiian Wine Co.,
28 & 30 MERCHANT STREET.
LECTURE BY J, W. WINTER
Travels Through Jerusalem & Jericho,
At Harmony Hall,
Monday Evening, Fob. 15.
V0" Tho members of Excelsior Lodgu
No. 1, Pacific Degree, Lodge No. 1,
Daughters of Rebekah, I. O. O. F., and
vlHltlug Brothers are cordially Invited to
attend. I). P. LAWRENCE,
Scci clary II. L. No. 3, 1. 0. O. F.
a a paMF0KTAnLKCotta" ln
JkfS)m KJ Pauoa, at picseut occu-
MHHrlB pled byMcCandlubs llros. lu-
cuilro of M. S. GRIXBAUM & CO.
ONJ: Cottage to let ou
Punchbowl street. En
quire of L. ADhER,
13 Nuuanu St. shoe store.
g. TL OUSE of moms, kitchen
AffuA XX and batluoom, within
HMBH four iiiluutes' walk of the
l'ut utlice. Kent 8-'0 a mouth. Apjily
at this olllcc. 8'.'S tf
For MouidingH, Franios,
PtiStolH, ArtotypcH, l'hoto
gravuros, EtchiugH and
overything: In tho lino of
pictures, go to liiig; Bros.,
JMoisAi.: Dinna gang awa' for a bauble when we can
.ye a better ane for less toeh - at hame.
The only genuine JIavilvxd "hina in the Kingdom is
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort sheet, oppo. Sprcckels' Bank, Hiv.ini.i1!!
Gentlemen Attention !
READ THIS AND IT WILL GIVE YOU A POINTER.
UNLAUIMDRIED SHIFTS. Come and see the rc-enforced
Unlaundricd Shirts that we arc selling for (JO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Meriuo all wool, including Or. Jaeger's make.
MEN'S SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
briggan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we arc selling for 25 cents a pair.
WlEtVS NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-IIand and Ties of all kinds.
S6f See our White P. K. Scarfs that we arc selling 2 for 2o cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, they are good value.
Men's. Bathing Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street. - - Honolulu.
CORNER FORT & HOTEL STREETS.
I-ialie ! Iacliew ! Ladies !
GENUINE I--F0STER KID GLOVES I-GEMUE 1
IN ALL COLORS.
Will Ie Sold lr Oue AVeeli at$l GO a. l?ar.
A Large Assoitment of Embroidery,' Oriental, Chiffon, anil Torchon Lacos,
. . ... Cpr At Reduced Prices! -Qtt
S. EILRLJCII cfcr CO.
IO( Fort Street,
Annual Cash Clearance Sale!
FOR THREE WEEK-?, COMMENCING FEBRUARY 8TH,
We will sell ALL GOODS at GREATLY REDU ED PRICES to make room
for our large and varied SPRING and hUMM Ell STOCK to arrive.
Gloves, Hosiery, HanokercMefs, Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons,
Notions, Silks, Satins,, Sunahs, Wool Dies Goods. Cotton, Sheetings,
Linen-,, C'uitains, Poitieies, Bed Spreads, Kug, Boys and Gent's
Clothing, Hats, (straw and felt); Caps, Trunks. Hags,
Valises, Collars, Cuffs, Slihts, Cnderwear, Etc.
B. P. EHLEKS & CO,
After taking Stock wo offer superior values for less tlTan former prices lu every
CHENILLE PORTIERES, FROM -fO.50 UPWARD,
J-jiidi-efT Sc Cyliildfen'w GosHainer
AT ALL STYLES AND PR10E-3.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFFS.
SOCIC-S AND SQARKS AT COST.
C& Dressmaking under the mauagmuiiiit of MISS K, CLiVRKE.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR TIII3 LEADING-
S&r NHW GOODS uy evkuy stbamkh. -a
AI,L porsous aio liureby cautiouixl
agKhiBt i-hootln or trepablng
upon the Ht'ff or Ulanil known as
.'Kap:iiu," off Kahuluu, ivoolaupoko,
Oaliu. Au)ouu found lolaiiiig this
uoth-u will bo nroBt'uiitud.
33law Mas. Q. bTEWARD.
111 'In- iiirt llttlf plti ilvrn a eotiplo
wl'li one child.
A jrlrl Im'Ii.mmI by nil. until, yon ln-t,
H) the Inilm-iH', nf full)- friend, and
ftilii ,i.U bftgiitlMl,
HI in rut in M'rliNfi for a dhuior mit.
JHic Ixnittiit n "flifliip nnd muty,"' mid
ptdrt hii awful price.
Ami even thl iiil'fortuiic wti not nil;
Wlirti hnr father uw the pleow tear of
HiuruWi tilled hl ye,
Ami lie went and turned hnr picture to
Then '- a ihonght Hint' nuvcr spoken
And a pricket himk that's broken.
Tin ie' it dinner t Hint's thrown out
lu the Mail,
And n tid nnd i ier daughter
(I'm expoilence liai tiiught bur),
And a picture Unit is turned toward tho
W. T. MONSARRAT,
i t&" Olllcc at Hotel Ktabtes, Hotel
1 fctn-t-t. Both Tulephouus aa. Resldem-o;
Mutual Tel. OKI. duo 10-01
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