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COltNISK FGltT &
J jiidiew ! IuclieM !
GENUINE!-FOSTER KID GLOVES I-6EMHE I
IK ALL COLORS.
"Will lx Hold I'm On Weolc nl ir 1 " l?.vli
A Large Assoitinciil of Enibioldeij ; Oilenlal, Clilffon, ami Toichnu Laeos,
CS" At Reduced I'licc! "W
S. ISlIKLlClt ifc CO.
After taking Stock wo offer sitpci lor alin.'s for loss
CHENILLE l'OKTlBltns, FROM fO.50 UPWARD,
JUnxlieN Ac OltiUlreii'i- GoiHnmer
AT ALL STYLUS AND PR10E3.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFS.
SOCKM AND SCARFS AT COST.
Dressmaking under the management of MISS Iv. CLARKE.
Builders1 & Gene, a! Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVKR BREAK WARE,
Cutiery & General Merchandise,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
Telephones, No. 175.-
Oaliforni.i Wheat, O.it H.iy, in large and compressed bules; Bnrloy, "Rolled
A Giotunl Parlov, California & New Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bian, Coin,
Clacked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. Also,
Drift. d Snow and Victor Flour!
: FISKTILIZMHS :
Wo keep constantly in stock the celebrated Fertilizers manufactured by Mr.
A. Haas of San Francisco, vu.: Pone Meal, Wool DuHt and High Grade
Super Phosphates, all of which can be had at bedrock prices.
Inland orders solicited and
LEWIS & CO., Ill Fort Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions
By each steamer of tho O. S. S. Co. from California fresh Ualaiornia icon
Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete lino of Crossi & Bluckwell'a & J. T. Morton's Canned
& Bottled Goods always on hand. Albo, just received a fresh line of German
Pates and Potted Meats and Bottled Preserved Emits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon, New Breakfast Cereals, Cream Out
Flakes and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Oranges, Oregon Bu.ih.uik Potatoes, Etc., Etc.. Etc. Satisfac'ion guaranteed.
P. O. Box M5.-
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND JUNG STREETS.
Now Goods received by oery packet from Eastern Statos and Europe,
Fresh California Produce by every steamer. All orderH fuiljifijlly attended
to and Goods delivered to any part el tho city free of charge. Island order?
Holinitod. P-ilisfnetion mi"rantipd 1"I
c. J. McCarthy,
Nr.w Cummins' Bmjok,
FJRE INSURANCE PLACED.
Rents Collocted and
irjgr Any business entnibted to mo will receive prompt attention
AUCIII ITF.CTK !
STl'LES OF ARCHITECTURES:
Kastliike, Queen Anne, Renaissance, Ootlile, Italian, Classic, Nniuinn,
IN STOrJE, BRICK, IRON OR WOOD.
Best Modern Designs In Residences! Cheap Artistic Cottages a Specially!
Complete plans and fcpeclucatlons given; also supcilntendenee of cojistiuctlon.
WSf 01 F1CE-thilton Slock, ctr, KIcr & Fort. Entrance on Fort St.
faIULlml&75i&1klmtmil i Mtmlt'iniJiV'''''''
pilces tn every
-Oor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
FEED CO., L'd,
satisfaction guaranteed. J&B
-P. O. Bpx 297.
-Telephone No. 92.
ciTYRE & BRO,
COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
I herewith appoint M it. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the sale of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Beware of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, the l'Jlh of September, 90.
A FULL ASSORfMEHTWST ARRIVED.
From Havana Direct.
C. 0. BERGER.
W. II. noons.
KUSTACE & CO.,
All orders for cartage promptly attonilcd
to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good In tiansit to the other Islands.
ALSO BLACK & WHITE SAND
111 quantities to suit at lowest prices.
PIT Office: Next door to Jas. F.
Morgan's atictlou rpoin.
j Bell 414
Notary Public for the Island of Oahn.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments to La
bor Conn acts.
Agent to Uraut Marriage Licenses, Ho
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands of Pitt I&
tfedtt's Fi eight & Parcels Expiess.
Agents for the Builiugton Route.
Real Estate Broker & fg;1
Hell Tele. 348.-atMiitual Tele'. 130.
P. O. Box 115.
6F- Office: No.:i8 Mciehautstreet,
Honolulu, O.dui, II. I. jau 'J2
E. B. THOMAS,
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
Estimates given on all kinds of Brick,
lion, Stone ami Wooden Buildings. All
kinds of Jobbing hi (lie Building Tudo
attended to Keeps for s:de Bi Ick. Lime,
Cement, Iron Stone Pipe and Fittings,
Old and New Con ugateil Iron, Minton
Tiles, Quiuiy Tiles, assorted sizes and
eolois; Callfoiula and Monterey Sand,
Granite Ciubiug and Illoeks, Etc.
JS- Otllce aud Yard : Cor. King and
Smith streets. Oflleo Hours: 8 to 12
A. M., and 1 to 4 e. u.
lor- Telephones: Bell, 351; Mutual,
417. ReMduuee: Mutual, 410. P. O
Box, 117 12!) ly
SOME malicious port-ons having cir
culated a l iinior that we aio going
out of business, we take pleabuie in
announcing to the public in general
and In tio tiadu in particular, that it
is our intention to parry on our 'busi
ness in the future to tho full extent
as it has been hcrotofoio during the
last 25 years. And from the success
we have made in our business we feel
ast-ured that we will stay another 25
years. To bo convinced plwuo call
and oxamino our stock and you will
find it in our line the largest aud best
assorted in tbe Hawaiian Islands.
335 lm 11YMAN BROS.
FOfr SALE t
XHAVE Four Fine Residence Sites,
situated on 1 llkol Ktinet, for E.ilc.
The Lotshao nfi outline of 1)4 feet on
I'hl.oi stieet and tuo 200 feet deep, uie
nicely laid out In fiult and shade trees
and ate all covered with grass; watei
laid on tliioiighout. The situation of
these Lots aud the limited numbei make
It iieetSfaiy that lntendlug puieliasers
should imiku emly application to thu
undersigned, fiom whom all partlciiluis
can be hud. JAS. F. MORGAN.
Hoiioluhi Steam Planing Mll)i,
Manufacture alii kinds of Mouldings,
Braekets, Window Flames, Hliiuls,
Sashes, Doors, and all kinds of wood
work lluisli. Tinning, Scroll and Band
Sawing, All kinds of Sawing und
Planing, Morticing und Tenanting.
tST Oiders promptly attended to and
woik guaranteed. Oiders frein thu
other Islands solicited. 1-1)1
WJiun you whim-si Portrait
Enliirgcilcall on KJntr IJi'oh,,
iil tliolr price Jlnt ami neo
Bnmiia, Tbuy cjaii't lo beat.
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W -St t
San Fuancisco, Feb. G, 1892,'
Tlie Wntl'Strcet, Journal has this
to say in regard to the Nicaragua
Canal: An ofllcial of a lending trans
continental railroad says: "Wo liave
been examining the possible effects
of the completion of the Nicaragua
Canal upon transcontinental business,
and we have reached the conclusion
that the completion of this great
water-way would have a most pro
nounced effect in stimulating the
business of nil the transcontinental
roads. It would, first, build up the
Paelfie Coast, and this would directly
bear upon tho business of tho trans
continental roads. The idea that a
water-wny as n competitor injures a
railway is wrong, as statistics prove.
While rates are lower on a railway
adjoining a canal than on a railway
at a distance, the volume of business
is so much gt eater as to make the net
returns to the company a great deal
larger. A canal increases tho popu
lation and industries along the
course. Just so with the Nicaragua
Canal. This canal will bring busi
ness to the Pacific Coast which at
present does not reach it. It will
plant enterprise where none now
exists. The question to be solved is,
of course, tho vital one of who shall
build the canal. The piesenl con
struction company does not want
Government interference; but it is
manifestly for the good of thu coun
try that our Government should be a
party to the building of it. It might
be a good idea if all the loading na
tions of the world took a certain per
i-ontagc of the stock for the sake of
maintaining peaceful relations be
tween the countries."
Robert Bonner has no notion of
giving Sunol away and has the fol
lowing to say concerning the propo
sition to match Sunol with Nancy
Hanks for S 10,000: "Sunol shall
not race under 11113' conditions whe
ther for charily or not. For the
past tl.ii ly years I have said that if
I ever let one of my horses race, the
first man in the stable next morning
could have it as a present. I hae
signed my name to this statement,
and do not intend to give Sunol
away as a present to any one. No
horse of mine shall ever race for
money under any conditions what
ever." The Indian agent at Sacaton, the
principal Indian agency of the Terri
tory, says 100 l'inias have died within
the past threo weeks from grlpi and
the epidemic is spreading.
A light to a finish before the Olym
pic Club, New Oilcans, between
Mahcr and Fitzsiramons has been ar
ranged to take place on March 2d.
The match Is "for a S10,000-purse
and forfeit ol S1000 is put up by the
seconds of each.
Governor Abbott of Trenton, N.
J., has suspended Detective Dalton,
who allowed EinbrzIer Ilyer to es
cape from his custody at Pittsburg
while in transit from San Franchio
to that city last Saturday night,
until an investigation of the escape
can be made. Dalton arrived at
Jersey Cfty Sund.iy
prisoner's pretty' yo
night with the
young wile, ller
father, Superintendent Marsh of lls
Adams Expiess Company, took her
to his home. She is believed to have
aided her husband's escape. He es
caped through the window.
Ex-Govcinor John W. Hoyt of
Wyoming is interested in a very
worthy cause. His idea is that the
west should furnish the grain which
it has done alicady, and the cast
ought to furnish the transportation
from the United Slates to- Russia to
feed the hungry.
Mrs. Swift, wife of the deceased
Minister to Japan, is in Washington
to present a claim of $12,000 before
Congress for moneyb expended fiom
her private income for improvements
made on Uie new United States Lega
tion at Tokio, Japan. The old
United States Legation was an object
of ridicule among European resi
dents, and through Minister Swift's
energy an appropriation wus made
which was not pnough to complete
the structure, so Mrs. Swift fur
nished the 812,000 necessary. Had
Minister Swift lived to complete his
term of olfloe, and to havo' enjoyed
the improvements made, no claim for
the money would have been made,
but he died soon after its completion
und Mrs. Swift and family had to
Yellow fever is raging in Santos,
and other Brazilian sea. ports. In
the former citj', people are dropping
di ad on the street. In the streets of
Santos and Iiahia it is a common
sijjht to sec a dozen dead or dying
women lying in the roads in one
In the coming divorce case of
Marie Nevuns Klnina vs. James G.
Blaine, Jr., it is said Unit a sensation
which will convulse the country, will
be sprung at tho trial in the shape of
Mr. Blaine's defence and justillai-'
lion of his actions since the inariiugo
AltMV AND NAVV NKWS.
Authentic information received in
Washington from iMiglmul states that
Chilo has just purchased tho new
cruiser which is being built at the
Armstrong shipyard at Newcastle,
und her completion is being rapidly
pushed. Tlie vessel is described as
a high-speed, 3000-ton cruiser.
Equador is equipping her troops
with Mumilicher rilles.
Tho expedition sent out by thu
French Government against Tribe
Sumory, in the French Soudan, to
punish them for acts of lawless
ness, had an engagement with the
nutives on January 1 1th. Tho natives
greatly outnumbered the forces of
tho expedition, but after hard flgbt-
- - it-
'A. T wr"
ing- Vvcro lcpltisetl. Tin tfioiifch loss
wa9 9ix killed and" thirty wounded.
Tho natives left sovoial Uiindied of
their number dead on the field.
The armored cruiser New York
now bciny built at Cramp's shipyard
will not l)o ready for her trial trip
beforo (ho fitst of June,
A correspondent of tho Examiner
SQiuls the first authentic account of
'.ho recent rebellion in Manchuria.
l says: "lloniblo tis were ninny
0f t he deeds committed by the rebels
and frightful as was tho wholesale
punisliiPfi't of the lingleadcis, the
politicnl significance of the nffaii has
been overstated. It hns not threat
ened to overthrow the dynasty as
some English correspondents hnve
been led to believe, but it ha? caused
a decidedly serious perturbation."
And it has been marked by :i scrio
of atrocities f 1 0111 which the eyes of
Christendom may well bo turned
away in horror. Priests marshalled
the assassins. The secret of the re
puted successes of Imperial soldiers
in the fighting in the neighborhood
of tho Great Wall, beyond Jehoo, is
that the winter eauie on suddenly
and drove the enemy, after a few en
gagement'', to their, mountain keeps
for the cold season, although a good
many of them have been killed.
There wcio never more than 3000 of
them on the warpath at any one time
und over 8000 soldiers wcie sent
from various points to scatter them.
Among other decrees recently made
is one announcing the suppression of
the outbreaks in the Chao Yang dis
trict and the decapitation of
ninny of the rebels. On January
5th the General who recaptured
Ulioyang from the rebels was pro
moted to the highest military rank
and invested with the "yellow ridin0
jacket," the most coveted honor of a
soldier in China.
The Roman Culiolic Church is
mourning the los1- of its highest dig
nitary next to the l'.jpc of Rome, in
the deatli of Ant me Anderlcdy,
gencial of the hueiety of Jesus,
whicli occtii icd at F c-ole, near Flor
ence, Tuscany, on January lilth.
lie was aged Hcvciit)-(ivc years.
Justice Bradley of the United
States Supreme Court diiStl on the
22d of January aud was but icd tlie
following Monday at Newark, N. J.
The Supreme Court adjourned imme
diately upon learning of his deatli,
also the Cabinet meeting. The re
ception to have been held at the
White House was postponed on ac
count of his death. Secretary Tracy
also postponed the dinner which was
to have been given in honor of Presi
dent and Mrs. Harrison.
Bert II. Hawks, son of the well
known San Fiancisco typo founder,
will sail for Jlonolulu on the burken
tine S. N- Castle this mouth. The
young man goc3 principally for his
health, but may engage in some busi
ness. Tbe Giand Duke Constantine, un
cle of the Cznr of Russia, is dead
and the final interment of the remains
took nl.iec in St. Petersburg January
30th, with al the pomp of an imper
Mis. Paul Hamilton Ilayne, wife
of the famous poet, died at Augusta,
Ga , January 29lh.
WOULD'S FA1K NOTES.
The first consignment of exhibits
for the World'b Fair reached Chicago
l.tst week. The receiplof these goods
gives Japan the honor of being the
first country to send exhibits.
The monopoly of the World's Fair
traffic which tbe Illinois Cential ex
pected to enjoy lias been brokeu, the
Exposition directors having, after
months of negotiating, bccurcd the
southern entrance to tbe mounds for
all railroad? centering in Chic.igo.
It is stated in Paiis that the Gov
ernment will ak a credit of $700,000
to enable Fiance to participate in the
An Englishman wants to sell a por
trait of Columbus to the Woild's
Fair for $10,000. It was painted by
Chevalier Antonio M010 about 1750,
from a miniature of Columbus paint
ed fiom life for Queen Isabella, and
which is still in the possession of the
royal family of Spain. The frame
shows Columbus' coat-of-ari'ns and
the implements of maritime warfare
al that time.
A silo for the Chilean Government
liuihiing at the Exposition is ap
proved. It is located on the main
driveway. Sites for tho Central and
South American Governments have
also been approved.
FROM HOTEL DELL0NE.
Mr. O. W. Reed, pioprictor of tho
Hotel Dellone, Omaha, one of the
finest new and modern hotels 111 the
west, says of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy: "We hnve used it in our
family lor 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 chloiofoim and the oily sub
stuueos put into many cough mix
tures." 50 ceut and 81 bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
i. Co,, agents.
HfR. ALLEN HUTCHINSON
1. tils elapses
(ill Wei ne&dnv and
naOlidiiy ut his Studio. No. -t Adler's
avenue, Pipi(iuiPiv 'speot, ojmoblu t)iu
Ojicuu'ri llobpllu). ItlQtf'
MR.. O. BARNFIKLI) holds classes
hi Drawing and Palming at his
htncllo, Hotel stieet, back of Die. Andor
aoii &Lum)y. !H) tf
iV yoiuwant a First-class Job of Paint
ing of any debeiJption done, call on
tho Pi .letleal Painter, J. L.MhYFi only.
Fort stitict 180. P. O. Box 3B7. Mutual'
Telephone cuj, isu tf
.jWMVM.,;..,, 1 Tii!!7iATtmwMf?nr I - - - -" ', .- "
Importer tihll Jjculer in
Steel ai Iron Hugos,
Housekeeping Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, QUAY AJiD SJLVJ2U-PLATKD
LAIVJP8 - APID - FIXTURES.
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water aud Soil Pipes,
Plumbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Telephones, No. IIS)..
P 1 fa e I
mm&. uuimBrn lays yyi nun &
..wT. ..w. JV t.M M-9 .-H.UWVUD VBVVBp
Kingjr&treot, bet. Fort & Alnkea Streets,
IMPORTER & DF.ALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Fresh California Roll Butter & Island Butter
ALWAYS ON HANI).
Now Goods received by every steamers from San Francis"0.
IDST All oiders faithltilly attended to and satisfaction guaiantecd. Ihl'ind
oidoiH bolieited and narked with enio. .,
; P. O. P.OX -ISO.
AVet Cor. JXiiuuuit
gjST All kinds of NEW and SECOND-HAND FUItNITUIlE sold cheap
for c.ibh at the I X L.
gSTThcI X L p.iys tho HIGHEST GASH PRICE for all kinds ol
Second-band Furniture, Stoves, Sewing Machines, Etc., Etc.
&- IF YOU WANT TO SELL out yom Household Furniture in its
entirety, call at the I X L Auction & Uoniinibsiou House, corner Nuuauu
and King streets.
Prompt Returns Made on Goods Sold on Commission
S. W. LEDERER, : : PROPRIETOR.
& Stor Opon Saturday V;vMiinsrn Mil 9 o'clock -J
JtW.WINTl.lt.blt ,l)llfi. V.U,lMMi:it,Mli.,i.n8,
WINTER & WINTE
Olllt'C Hotel St., opp. Y. M. C. A., ad
joining the Honolulu Libi.uy.
Uianeh Ollice, : : : -JOli Kenny st., S. V.
LL D'-ntul operations sHlfully ppp
r funned ut San Ki.mei-co prices;
whicli arc.'U) pel cent cheaper than Hono
lulu pi ices; and if not as good as the
best Dentistry hi Honolulu no chut go
will bo made. You need not go to San
FrancNco for your Dentistry. Ourgieat
icdiu'llou In prices the eitiuus have de
manded, and we will supply the demand.
WIS II AVI', t OtIK Ti JCmiAl". !
CQf" Cull and get pilci's and save your
money. Mc leiurii our thanks to the
citiens of Hawaii, M-iui and Kauai lor
their libei al pationage and solicit a cou
tlmiaucu of the same.
Ornoi: Ilouns: 7 a. m. to 0 i. ji.
r XX 20
Formerly tho Qraud Hotel.
'"oincr Second t Mai Let
MRS. nURLING, . . . .
This Fine Hotel, (cntially located for
business puipoM's, having been thor
oughly lui.ovutod and newly furnished
ihtoughoiit, offers special conveniences
to Intending visitors fiom the Hawaiian
tf A coinplolo system of electile hells.
Dheet communication with Hoffman
Dooms from $1 por Day Upwaids.
vhtuo of a Writ of Execution
tailed out of the Police Coin t on
the 22d day of .ranuny, A. D. 1S9
iiguiii'-t II. AM. defendant, in faorof
.1 Nott, plaintiff, for tlie sum of $!0.7fi.
I have levied upon and shall ex-pose fop
Mlo at the Pffllee Million, hi liu.Df5iIin
of Honolulu, Maud of Ouhii, at V2
o'clock noon, of WEDNESDAY, tho
2-ilh day of Febiuiiiy, A. D. 1802, to the
highest bidder, all the right, title and
lnieiest of the said II. ki, defendant,
hi and to tlie following piopcity, imle-8
said judgment. lutcictt, costs ami my
expenses bo pievlnusly pdd.
List of piopcity for sale:
PluinbeiM and Tlnsinllli's Tools
Fpj'iiaitfpiiluisliimiho at the Deputy
MaisliiiPs Oilleu. ' r '
(Signet)) O. II. WILsON,
H()ipilu. Jau, 20, 1602.
W. T. MQNSARRAT,
lerOlllto at Hotel Htabes, Hotel
sheet. Uoth Ti lephones a2. Itenlileneo:
Mutual Tel. U1U, dee 10-01
BiHsRiH nm ; urn
EBB IB Sf
y ;;-r !jyig-.
stoves ai Fixtures,
9 " ar
-P. O. Box 372.
MUTUAL TEL. DO.;
Ss Kinc itrcsutx.
LL KINDS OF
Iugc and Fine Stook In Hand.
. 4,'oiti OriiainciktK,
ANVTIIING YOU ORDER.
King Street, between Ntiuanu
203 tf '
Warning' and Howard
ALTy poisons me jioreby notified tli.-it
any poison found shooting Kolcu
or oilier birds without a peJiiiiton tho
lands known us Kiikiiluaeo (bolter
known us Mrs. C. P. Wind's), near
Kakaako, will bo pioseeuted for ties
pass. Ten dollais ($10) toward is od'ored
to iiiiyoiio who will givo iiiforniutiou
that will lu id to tho conviction of any
pel son violating tho fmogriing prohi
bition. CI1AS. IJ. WILSON,..
Lessee of Shooting Itight.
rati PESIDENCE on Lunalllo
f&JA 1j stieet pi esently occupied
Si&,tti2i by Mr. .f. A. Kennedy, con
taining douhlu pirlilis, fdi)r, l(c;iiH)iij
illniug-moiii, bathiooiu, large iiingi
loom, klielieu and pautiy; seivaut's
looin, stabling, etc., on icar of inalii
huildlng. Grounds, 300x105 fuet, well
laid out. Vacant 011 14th August Lot
adjoining 1100x105 feet may bopuicliascd
oil leasouuble terms,
It. I. LILL1E,
1C8 tf With Theo. 11. Duvles Ha Co.
Joo Dillon tjio JJurbor
IS now doing business" op his owji ae
couiit at 87 King stieet, where he
will ho pleased to bene all bis olc!
fijeiidsaud as many now oms as limy
pall. dpo 101
'Jiio loht Milny: to send t
ypur l'riends abroad is Kijig
Bros.' Ulustvaled Kouyuilir
of Hawaii, which is oltou
up 101 tho purposo and is
not au advortisomont.
1 m' "jmhjJijMk'jAf'i
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