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Arrive llonoullull.. 7:20 0:572:57 6:3ST
Loavo Honouliull.. 7:30 10:43 at 13 fi:42t
Arrlvo Honolulu. ..8:35 11:55 4:55 C:C0f
l'KAUL CITY LOOAI..
Arrivo Pcnrl Clly.
t Haturdaj's only.
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Aim. 21 II 2()l(l 10 4 lo (i (X) It 2 C. 0l 0 .V
tit limit tor of tho moon on UioMili lit Hi,
tluio signal for tlio port is clvon ut 121).
face. (liilUntfjlitl of Uicunwlch tlmuor
in. 3lscc. p. m. of Honolulu Olisciyutory
j. It IsKiven by tlio Ntcinn wlilntlo of tliu
lolnlu 1'limliiK Mill, a few Uoois ubmo
j Custom House. Tlio sumo wlitstlo Is
MiunUcd Lorioctly at Honolulu moan noon,
observatory 11101 idlnn, or lOli. 81m. acsoo. of
THURSDAY, FEB. 18, 1802.
Stmr Hawaii from Humakua
Stmr Pole for Makaweli at 8 p in
Am bk Alden Besso, Friis, for Sau
VESSELS LEAV1NU TO-MORROW.
Sohr Mot Wnlilnu for Makaweli
Stmr V G Hall fur Maui and Hawaii at
10 a in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Hawaii C000 bags sugar and CO
For San Francisco per hark Alden
Hesse, Feb 18 W 13 Bishop and John
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
H U AI S Pheasant,
U S S Pensacola,
Blair, from Esqni
Kuutz, from San
p q W 1UlllllDO, ItCIU) X1U11I UUUU1 L.
n II l..iilnPR 17nl.l fi.n.v. ntllin..,-
Hay bk Manna Ala, from Newcastle,
Am lik S O Allen, Thompson, from De-
'" pat tin eBay !" '
Am'bktuo' Maiy Winkelman, NIessen,
fidip San Francisco '
Am bk 'Soii'onia," Leo,'from Newcastle,
1 KS V ' '
Am behr Alice Cooke, Pcnhallow, from
' loi t Gamble
Am 4-nmsted schr Tiansit, .lorgonserf,
fiom San Francisco
Am hktiio Amelia, Waul, from Port
Am si'hr Oceania Vance, from Newcas
Am bktnc W II Dhnond, from Sau Fran
cisco FOREIGN VESSEIS EXPECTED.
if M S Hiei, Mori, fronj Japan
U S S San'Frnufiised, from aan Fran-
' disco, duo tiny day
8 S Australia, Haywaul, from San Fran
cisco duo Juu "i!
Am bk'Nowcbby, Johnson, from New
Am 4-inastcd schr E K Wood, from
Newcastle, N S W, duo Jan 15
Am bk Amy Tinner, Johnson, fiom Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am wli bk Morning Star, Mar 25, fiom
Am wh bk Met maid, Mar 25, from New
Am wh bk California. Mar 25, from Npv
. Bedford 1
Am wh ok James Arnold, Mar 25, from
i, Now Bcdfoid
ltue Dlbcovory from San Francisco
The bark S O Allcu relieved tho steam
er'llawaii of hor sugar to-day.
The steamer Pele will leave to-day
with additional machinery for tho Maka
weli plantation, IGuml.
Tjo Amwlpan bark Alder) Besso, Fi)ls
inaalur, hnlled torday for'San Fniupisc-o,
iLxrrylug tho following shipments of
Fiigitr, rice and bonoi W G Irwin Hi Co,
17,i8!i bags siigai'i M S Grlnbiiuin & Co,
L'lOObugs rlco; Hyinnn Bros. 0a7 bags
nco; A F Cooke, 11)4 bags bone.
bUTHEULAND-rn Honolulu, Feb. 17,
, 11J1I2, to t))o wife ofT. Siithcrj.iiiil. .a
imiiii if i . i "' i
' PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MAT.
lubb.er, superior quality letterqd
t'Alola," ".Welcome," and plaji)
Gocoanut Mats, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable, J5oT Call and examine our stock.
JOB WORK of all kinds executed
with neatness ut tho Daily Bulletin,
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
Evkhywhkuk mud puddles.
Skips uro becoming frequent.
Diamond licud, 3 p. in. Wc.illior
clour; wind culm.
Tiikuk was nothing dono in tho Sit
promo Court to-dny.
Tiik riiiifull is lnukiiiK up for
small average last yuur.
Jumib McCully is cun H nod to his
house in u poor stale of health.
Tin: S. S. Australia will bo duo from
.Sun Francisco on Tuesday next.
Thk Hawaiian Hardware Co. havo
caught on to tho judicial decision.
Thk special service at St. Andrew's
Cathedral will take place Friday even
iK. Mn. George Lucas, who has been
prostrated mjiho weeks, is reported to
bo no better.
Wkkk it not for tlio Gtiincso the
Courts might take nine months' vaca
tion in tho year.
The Btcanutr Hawaii brought fifty
head of lino beef cattle from Haina
kuti lliis morning.
The bark Alden Desse, which sailed
this morning for San Francisco, car
ried two passengers.
The adjourned annual meeting of
tho Union Feed Co. will bo hold at
their oliico tit 11 o'clock to-morrow.
Hkii Majesty tlio Queen has issued
invitations to children for a fancy dross
ball to bo held on Monday evening
A reception and dance will bo. hold
on board tho U. S. S. Fonsacola this
afternoon, given by the ofliccrs of that
Mil. W. V. Loekwood's brothor de
nies that ho confirmed tho report of
his brother's ditsappcarauco for for
Geo. Washington's birthday will
bo next Monday. It will be observed
by tho Honolulu Ariou with an even
ing social party.
Cob. Z. S. Spalding of Kauai re
turned to his homo by tho steamer
Mukco yesteiday, after a short busi
ness trip to this city.
Mns. J. Ailau's Hawaiian bazaar
on Fort sticet is attracting especial
attention, otving to the nicely made
holokus that arc exhibited.
With this issue readers uro present
ed witli a supplement containing the
full text of tho Supremo Court deci
sion in tho Iiqbiusou will caso.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will bo held in tho
parlors this evening at 7 :30 o'clock.
A full attendance is requested.
His Excellency C. N. Spencer,
David Dayton, President f the Board
of Health, and Bishop Willis, left for
tho Leper Settlement yesterday,
Tim several boat clubs are prepar'
ing Jor. the races to come oil" next
month. Tho Heuluni's now boat will
make its debut on this occasion:,
Kev. J, Greely is do.jng good work
among the sailors of vessels in port.
That gentleman cun be seen daily
around the city front piirs,uing liisgood
The Y. M. C A, is yell pleased, with
the work of Kov. Mr. tjjrcoly among
tho seamen, and has requested him
to continue permanently under the
auspices of tho Association.
The new brick building on Nuu
auu street, to bo known as the T. 11.
Foster block, is progressing ' rapidly.
It will be a highly ornamental build
ing and a ciedit to the architects.
Two baskets papked with Chincso
liquor weio exhibited in tho Police
Courtroom to-day. Tho liquor be
longed to two Mongolians, who were
unested tho other day for selling tho
Ah Kim, a green-looking China
man, was "brought up In tho Police
Court this morning', charged with
having opium unlawfully in posses
sion. Kim pleaded guilty and was
A Chinaman said this morning that
a highbinder' sppioty has boon or
ganised in Honolulu, and that several
assault und battery onsen now pending
before tho Police Court woro tho out
come of this society's work,
M. da Costa, a Portuguosc, fell out
witli u nativo tho other day, owing to
tho hitter's trespassing on his premi
ses. Tho land it is claimed by Costa
was leased from tho Queen dowager
and the nativo had torn tl)o fence
down, claiming right uf way. Costa
has biought'buit.'placiug his dumagOB
A footiiall team has boon formed
among tho town boys to be known
as tho "Ituzzlcduzzlo team." H. W.
Peck, of tho Y, M. 0, A., is captain,
und will in a few days match Iiih team
against tho redoubtable Punahou foot
ball t!u)u, T)o luttor team 'has 'had
jiVerything its own way lately and it
is tlnftntontlon of tho Itazzlcdnzzlo to
take it down a peg,
A oentleman while standing near
tho St. Louis Collego yard yosterduy
afternoon, hud a narrow escape from
liuyirig a jinifo sUick itHp him. ' Ho
w as cflnvorsing will) a'friond whon tho
instruuienj. camo fhing over tho fenpo
from witliin tlio coego yard, presum
ably thrown by qnp'bf tlio solioolboys
un'iVwaj-e o( anybody's close proxirti:
ity. 'Lnkiy'ho was not struck',
Leave orders on slate, Room In,
Aifington Hotel, or Hobron &
Newman's duigstoro. Telephones i
428 Mutual mid Bell.
7-2w W. II. BENSON.
IIORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE
Hyj-teria, and other diaenupa q( tjie
nervous system. '
Vr-il li. IiP11c li HaloonlHt Hklpn
Fred. L. Leslie, Into manngcr of
tlio Knlmla saloon, is missing from
the country. Mr. Leslie caino from
Kohula Inst week nntl told some of
his intimate friends hero that ho had
resigned his position to take a inoic
congenial ono on Maui. His abbcnoo
tho other dnv caused a few enquiries
to bo made, when it transpired that
ho had left on the steamer Alameda
for the Colonics. Unlike t'other fol
low, Leslie did not leave many credi
tors so far aa heard. The gravamen
of his offense consists in the mean
desertion of his wife and the embez
zlement of part of her living. Leslie
drew from a bank the day before
leaving SG000 standing in his own
name mid $2100 in that of his wife,
he having procured her signature to
the cheek under some pretext. Mrs.
Lcslio, who is a hnlf-wlutc, is left
with considerable property, however,
hut it is encumbered more or less
with mortgage. It is said that a
sister of hern wan deserted the same
way some years ago. It will bo re
membered that Leslie figured in the
courts a few years ago in a con
spiracy case, being charged with
engaging in a plot to grab propeity.
The evidence was contradictory and
Leslie was acquitted, but the' affair
left a bad impression on people a
A PUBLIC DANCER.
Several residents of the Punch
howl slopes and their children going
to and from school find a very pleas
ant walk along the mountain side
trails. The luxuriant vegetation on
every side, the beautiful homes be
neath,and the town, ,lmrbor, Diamond
Head and ocean form a grand 'pros
pect, while the air in the early hours
is cxhilurating. Yet there is a
hideous danger in these Yery pleas
ant paths, consisting of a perpen
dicular precipice -10 feet high ut the
stone quarry .a The path leads round
the verge of this precipice and the
slightest absence of mind might re
sult in a pedestrian walking over the
fearful brink and being dashed in
pieces on the jagged rocks. A near
sighted person should, especially in
the evening, give the trail a wide
berth. Horses, cattle and goats
graze above the abyss, and if any of
them threatened a ohild it might
have terrible consequences. It has
been suggested to the Bulletin that
it would cost only a trilling amount
to run two or three strands of barb
ed wire around tho edge of the preci
pice. As the Government has oreat
ed the danger by quarrying out the
side of the hill, it would devolve on
the Government to effect this advised
precaution. It is to be hoped the
Minister of the Interior will take ac
tion and furnish the desired ounce
of prevention against accident.
BISHOP OF OLBA PROSTRATED.
Right Rev. Hermann, Bjsuop of
Olba, was seized with an apoplectic
fit while eating his breakfast alone at
the Catholic Mission this morning at
8:80 o'clock. Dr. Trousseau went
to the Mission to sec Father Lconor
whom he had been attending, when
he found his patient hurrying across
the yard so rapidly a9 to call for a
mild reproof from his physician.
Father Leonor explained the cause
of his excitement to be the Bishop's
illness, and Dr. Trousseau palled Dr.
J. S. McGrew in consultation. The
Bishop's left side was found to be
paralyzed, and it was a matter of
doubt whether ho were conscious. In
the opinion of the dootors, however,
the stroke was not certain to be fatal.
Bishop Hermann is about G5 years of
age and has been subject to nervous
presentiments of illness. Father
Leonor is able to be' round to-dy
for the1 first 'timo in several days. He
drove down town ill his buggy this
A MAN KILLED.
A colored Portuguese laborer was
injured to his death yesterday on
board the bark Manna Ala, while
that vessel was loading sugar from
the steamer James Makee. A sling
containing nine bags of sugar was
being swung from the steamer on the
bark. The man being in tho way
was warned to run, but he being con
fused the swing caught him on tho
buck,1 turned him around and struck
him again in froht, twirling hi in
arouiiu; as If on'a pivot; when he'
drojipfcd on deck. He was picked
up, carried ashore in a boat and con
veyed iu a wagon to the Queen's
Hospital; whci'c ho died an hour
P. II. BROOKS VISION.
Past Commander C. J. McCarthy
of P. II. Brooks division, Uniform
Rank, Knights of Pythias, installed
the following officers yesterday even
ing, ut Castle hall :
Chas. W. Zlcgler, Sir Knight
J, A. Burget, Sir Knight Lioutc-
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$?. Wultlron, Sjr Height Ueoorder.
1 h. p,ut, Sir Knight Treasurer.
t. J. Galjagher, Sir Kjiigh,l Guard.
J. Roth well, Sir Iuight hen,ln,el,
PICTURES AND MUS1Q.
The Hawaiian Camera Club will
givo their "Round the World Trip"
at the Y. M. C, Hall, on Tuesday,
Febreary 23. Half of tho entertain
ment will be musical, including;
Vocal music by Missus Dale and
Glees by the Kamsbatucha Glee
y.iolin bfllo by Ortnond Wall,
Piano solo by Miss Hopper.
CclllnffH or Mnililr nml HtnlnrlUrn
nml 1'looiH of Purr (Silver.
Peterborough, Ontnrid, Jam 17.
Two half-breeds were arrested here
some years ago for counterfeiting nnd
were given long terms in prison at
Kingston. Their counterfeits piovo
to be pure silver, Ono of the men
died in prison and the other escaped
and was shot on tho Canadian border
in tlio Northwest. Before dying lie
told his physician, Dr. Young, about
a wonderful cave in this vicinity
whose floor and sides weie said to
contain large quantities of pure sil
ver. This information was turned
over to A. B. Pousctt, Q. C. As a
icsull sixty acres of farming land
were bought near here apd mining
Ore-miners recently discovered u
cleft in the side of a rocky hill, and
passing through a narrow passage
entered a magnificent cave. The
sides were found to be formed of
marble and the ceiling and floor of
pure silver. About fifty feet from
the entiance was a subterranean lake
extending as far as the eye could
reach. A dugout was found upon
the shelf of a rock and launched.
At a distance of three hundred feet
the explorers found another platform
leading into a second chamber. The
roof was about twenty feet hiih and
studded with stalactites. Twelve
pounds of ore havo been found to
contain 811 worth of silver. Armed
men arc guarding the cave. The
principal stockholders arc : A. Pou
sctt, Q. C. ; A. V. Yound and A. E.
FROM HOTEL DELLONE.
Mr. C. W. Iteed, proprietor of the
Hotel Dellonc, Omaha, one of the
finest now and modern hotels in the
west, says of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy: "Wo 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
fiom 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. r
FOR SALE I
THESE Lots, varying from one-half
to ..von tenths of nu nei a, trrc ad
vantageously situated, being just beyond
the Park, and lying between tho Dia
mond Head toad and the sea. Govern
ment water is laid on along the front of
these Lots on the road. Tho beach Is of
soft white sand, and the roef is famous
for delicious fish of various kinds, which
Of the ten original Lots Nos. 1 and 2.
havo heen soul and 0 and 10 are reserved
by tho owner", Mr. S. B. Dolo. Tho
,otucr six Lots are offered for sale at the
upset pi ice of S800 apiece. When bids
have, been leeclved for three or more
Lots an auction sale will hcMicld. Lot :i
lias been bid for, lca ing live Lots uu
uppiopriuted. The title Is fee simple, and terms arc
cash, or one-half cash and the balance
on mortgage at 8 percent for one or two
years. Deeds at tl)o expense of pur
chasers, A chin t of the Lots Is on exhibi
tion ut my Salesroom.
BQyThe.se Lots are marked
corner stakes, giving tho nuiubcis.
J AS. F. MOltGAN,
SING LOY & CO.,
53 KING STREET.
Have ro-opened In their New Hulldlng,
whero thoy will keep constantly in
Etock ut tho lowest prices, a
large assortment of
Dry Goods, Cliioese Sills,
Satins. Plushes, Ribbons, Purses,
Laces, Embroideries, Etc., Etc.
8 24 lm
MR. ALLEN HUTCHINSON
his classes on Wednesday
on Wciinesiiay and
Saturday at his Studio. f(o. Adlcr's
avenue, 4'uncimoyi sireei, opposite uie
imcum 9 iivniiuii.
MR.R. O. UARNF1ELI) holds classes
in Drawing and Painting ut his
studio, Hotel Btieet, back of Dik, Ander
son $ Liuuly. Sll tf
IF you want a First-class Job of Paint
ing of any doscilptlon dono, call on
tho Practical Painter, J. L. Mkyw only.
Fort Btroot 180. P. O. Box 3D7. Mutual
Telophouo COJ, ICO tt
The best thing to nend to
your friends abroad is Kinij
Bros.' llluHtyatod Souvenir
of lluwuii, whiun is gotten
up lor the purnoHo and is
not an advertisement.
K.ri n ihinm
bow is your col!) ?
Is a question often neked these days.
You uro fortunuto if it is only a (ld,
but oven colds if not checked develop
into ti'iious maladies.
For coughs wo havo Jayno'p, Aycr's
and Chamberlain's Hemedies, also,
German Syrup, Shilob's Cure, Hale's
Honey, Allen it Hall's U ileum, Ln
ziei'a Cherry Coidiul, Scott's Einul
moii, Homo'op.ithio "B it S" Cough
Syrup and ninny others.
If you have a cold in the head we've
Cindiimiu's Menthol and Culler's Pock
?t Inhalers. Wo keep several kinds
of Atotnizeis for spraying the iiiilrils
and tlnout in enscg of oalurili. Culotie
Vita Oil is it popular prepaiulinn for
mollis on the chest. Should you piefer j
roious riasters wo cun supply yoni
demand us wo keep u full line of these
When your health begins to wunc
and tonics arc wanted to build upyotit
constitution, drop in and wo will bhow
you what there is in that line. Here
uie a few of a long list : Midline, Kid
lows' Syrup, Cod Liu-r Oil, Phillip's
Wheat Phosphate, Acid Phosphate,
Coca Wine, Beef E.vtiucls, Dr. Hen
ley's Celery, Hoof und Iron, Bovinine
and others. All of these piopurutions
are fresh. t
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner ITort. V: XCliifr HlvootH.
INSTRUCTION In French, SptinUli
I and Latin given by Piofessor F.
Loinbuid. University Graduate. Classes
and private lesons. Grammar or con
versation. Highest ciedentials from
Franco und California. Tenns mode
rate. Pai ttculai-5 from tho Fiench
Consul, o: ut Mrs. Cowcs', near Y. M.
C. A. ai8 lm
ONE Cottage to let on
Punchbowl street. Eu-
l quire of I j. AD LEU,
'i Ntttiauu St. shoo store.
HOUSE of 0 looms, kitchen
and hatlnoom, within
four minutes' walk of the
Post Oliico. Kent SL'O a month. Apply
at this oliico. 828 tf
A LAKGE Building Lot
xv corner Kewalo siiect
anil Wilder avenue; area 2'.',
acres. Flue locality, terms easy. Price,
apply to JOI1N.F. COLBUltN.
3 15 2v
AN adjourned annual meeting of the
Union Feed Co , (Jd), will ho
held at the Company's olllcc, on Fltl
OAY, the loth Inst., at 11 o'clock a. m.
310 3t Secretary U. F. Co., L'd.
Special Mooting Notice
SPECIAL meeting of tho stock
holders of tho Wallukii Sugar
Comiiany will bo held on FRIDAY,
Feb. 2(th, at 10 a. m., at the olllce of
C. Brewer A: Co., (L'd).
E. O. WHITE,
340 3t Seeietury.
rT"MIE regular annual meeting of the
1 Hawaiian Fruit & Taio Co. will he
held at their olllce in Waihiktt, Maul, on
SATURDAY, Mm eh 12, 1892, at 10
o'clock a. m. W, II. DAN1KLS,
34.". 23t Scorctary II. V. ic T. Co.
rr,HE stockholders of tlio Hawaiian
1 Agilciilturul Company will please
take notice that a special meetim; of the
Company will bo held at tho olllce of C.
Brower & Co., Queen street, on .MON
DAY, Feb. 2'J, 181)2, at 10 A. St., to con
sider important business.
J. O. OAIU'KR.
Secretary II. A. Co.
IlQliolnhl, Feb, 10, 181)2. 315 2w
THE stockholders of the Untitle!
Sugar Mill Company wi.U pleuso
take notice that a spccia.1 meeting of tho
Company will ho held 'at the oliico of C.
Brewer & Co., Queen street, on MON
DAY, Fob. 20, 181)2, at 11 o'clock A. m.,
to consider Important business.
Secretary U.S. M. Co.
Honolulu, Feb. IC, 18U2. mauw
'pHE Stockholders of Wallico Sugar
1 Company will please take untlco
that a .Special Meeting of the Company
Will ho held at tho Olllce of O Ilrewer
and Company, on THUKSDAY, tho
2.1th Instant, at 10 o'clock n. in., to con
sider hniioitaut business.
Secretary Walheo Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 181)2. i)4U Ut
VI RS. J. K. AILAU has
111 Hawaiian ilauur In
LV1 Hawaiian ilauur In the Club.
Staple's Building, whcio she intends,
supplying all ciistomero with anything
In that lino. A Dressmaking Dcpuil
ineiit, making a specially of Holokus,
lni,s iil.su been opened iu connection with
:i40Ut MRS. J. IC. AILAU.
MONEY TO BUILD HOMES.
IF on have a lot, I will build you a
house, und furnish tho money on
easy"" terms. J L. MEYER,
130 Fort 6tieot.
Mutual Tel. CG2; P. 0. Uox 387.
Is hereby kIvcii that Luu
oi k has usslirncd to, mo all tils
interest lu tho thin u.mo of Wing Sing
Chan, tailor shop, No. ID Nuuami btieet,
Feb. 10, 1892.
Law. Oliico In
Mei chant slieel,
' The PiGture tliatis Tarneii Towarflthe Wall."
in e vi' Ji ix'Uor smo
'or loss to
The only vimiiK.'
sold by the
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
The Equitable Life Ass
Society of the
JANUARY I, 1892.
Liabilities, 4 percent $J 0,000,000.00
New Business Written in. 1SQ1 $330, 000, OOP. 00
Assurance in Force $S00,000, 000.00
The 32d Animal Statement will be issued hereafter ; in
interval the foregoing figures will show approximately
chief items of the account.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
READ THIS AND IT
UNLAUIMDRIED SHIRTS. Come and sec- the re-enforced
' UnlaiiiKlricd Shirts that wo arc selling for GO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. Wc have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
fViEEN'3 SOCKS. A" 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.
MEWS NECKWEAR. A large assortment ; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-IIand and Tics of all kinds.
SSf See our White P. K. Scarfs that we uro selling 2 for 23 cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for 81, they are good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
104 Fort Street,
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT !
100 Fort Street.
Cgy On and after tho 1st day of April, wo Intend to do a strictly CASH busi
ness. All outstanding bills wo wish paid before that duto. '
Our Clearance Sale will Continue until April 1st.
Gloves, Hosiery, Handkerchiefs, Embroidery, Laces, Ribbons,
Notions, silks, Satins, Surrahs, Wool Diess Goods, Cotton, Sheetings,
Linens, Otutiilns, I'oitleros, Bed Spioads, Hugs, Boys' anil Gent's
Clothing, Hats, (straw and felt); Caps, Trunks. Hags,
Vulicos, Collars, Cuffs, Shhts, Underwear, Etc.
5" Call anil, sco for jourself tho liberal discounts wo aio offering for CASH. "KBS.
HOLL13TER & CO.,
lOD Fort tieet.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
J?Uotojr,n.pUio Supplies, '
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
jar-NKW GUODS UY KVKRY gXRAMHR. -&
In this quiet little city lives a couple
with ono child,
A gltl beloved by all, until, you bet,
By the influence of fulo friends, and
fairy ads. beguiled,
She sent to 'Fiico for a dinner sol.
bhe bought a "cheap and nasty,'1 and
paid an awful price,
And con this niUfoitunc was not all;
When hci father --aw the pieces tears of
ingtilhlllleil his cye,
And he went and turned her picture to
Theie's a thought that's never pokcn
And u pocket lm ik tli-n's broken,
Theie's a dinner sn( that's throw u out
in the lall,
And a ad and ler daughter
(For evpericuce Iris taught her),
And a pleltue that is turned lowaid tho
f" a bauble
when we can
"i'T u( liamo.
in the Kingdom is
YOU A POINTER.
. S. SACHS, .
- - Honolulu.