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CORN Ell POUT & HOTEL. STIilfilSTN.
GENUINE ! FOSTER KID GLOVES ! GENUINE !
IN ALL lOl.ORS.
"Will li SoIcl 1'jr I'm VmU 4 61 ."C 11 lnli
Large Aoitmciit of Eiubroldcrv; Oiluntal. rlnlfmi. mill loniiou uiwi,
Egf" At Reduced
B. . MLBBS & 'CO"
After tnUng Stock we offer upci lor values ' l1-'" '' lomier pilces
chenille portieisp.s. fhom iis.-.o upward,
JnxlicH Ac OliiWlronV GosHinner
AT ALL STYLUS AND PRICES.
GENTS' SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR, COLLARS AND CUFfS.
SOCK-' AM) SCARFS AT COST.
r? Dressmaking under the management of MISS K. CLARICE.
Builders' & Gene.al Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & General lercliaMse,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
Telephones, No. 175.-
California Wheat, Oat Hay, in large and compressed bales ; Barley, Rolled
A Ground Barley, California & New Zealand Oats, Middlings, Bian, Coin,
Cracked Corn, Wheat, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. AlbO,
Driftt d Snow and Victor Flour I
: IP JS ii 'X' 1 JL. I X 1 At ft :
We keep constantly in stock the celebrated Fertilizers manufactured by Mr.
A. Haas of San Francisco, viz.: Bone Meal, Wool Dust and High Urade
Super Phosphates, all of which can be had at bediock prices.
gj& Island orders solicited and Mitisfaction guaranteed, jgfll
LEWIS & CO.. Ill Fort Street,
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers ia Groceries & Provisions,
n i, on,...r ., tin. O. S. S. Co.
Butter, Frozen Ovsters and Krcbli California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetableb,
etc, etc. A complete line of Crost-e & Blaekwell's & J. T. Morton't, Canned
& Bottled Guods always 011 baud. Alro, jubt received a frchh line of German
Pates and Potted Mea'ts ami Bottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis ik Co.'s Maltese
Brand Sugar Cured Hams and Bucmi, New Bieakfaht Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakes and Cieain Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
OruiiKcb, Oregon Buihauk I'otatoes, Etc., Etc.. Lie. Satisfac'ion guaiauteed.
P. O. Bux 145.-
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Ncw Goods received by every packet from Eastern Statu and Europe.
'resh California Produce hy every steamer. All orders faithfully attended
1 Goods delivered to any part ol
wolidilwl. Htitihf.iotinu irUHriuiiPPd
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Ni.w Cummins' Block, Mkiichamt Stkkkt.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
Equitable Life Assurance Society
PIKE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Rents Collected anil Houses Rented.
gar Any liiiHWfcB ciittucH-d to mi- will receive pionipt utluutioiV. jtf
STYLES OF ARCHITECTURES:
Kufetluku, Queen Anne, Renaissance, Gotlile, Italian, Classic, Norinan,
IN STONE, BRICSC, IRON OR WOOD.
Best Modern Designs in Residencis! Cheap Artistic Cottaget a Specialty!
Complete plans and specifications given; also supoi Inteiiduiicu of construction.
m 01KtE-CliiHouBlotk.ar.Kiiiir4Fort. Entrance on ?ort Bt
Prices ' -ol
S. EUKUCH & CO.
-Cor. Edinburgh & Queen Sts.
-P. 0. Box 297.
from California fresli California
-Telephone No. 92.
ciSTYgiE & BRO,
ttie city nee 01 cnarge
STRANGE, IF TRUE.
A full KlKIC-ri "lp Mi1r l.T Unknown
llmiiln ruiiiiil In n Nn '.ciiliiil Ontp.
A story which smacks of the marvel
oua is tlio theme of much speculation at
Sydney, Australia. In May, 181)0, George
llunry Wethersby left tho Australian
metropolis for 11 pr -Meeting tour in tho
mountains of New . .liind, nccouipauied
by liis two nephews, K. 8. and C. T.
Cook, iigod respectively eighteen anil
twenty-one. During .Ttily and August
tliuy had done inucli hard work around
the base of Mouut Riiuperhui mid in tlio
Immediate vicinity. In the following
month they icnotTfited tlio unknown
wilds on tho headwaters of tho IMver
Oct. 0 their crowbars loosened an im
menso ledge of rock which arose like a
precipice from tho bod of a small creek
tributary to the Wnikiito. When tho
debris was cleared away a snlall crack
some ten incheaN wide was revealed.
Within two feet of tho opening this
crack beeamo a wide mouthed subterra
nean chamber. A little moro labor ml
mittel tho men into tho opening. Prim
ing their miners' lamps they started on
a tour of exploration. Bones, charcoal
and rudely constructed pottery were
found everywhere. Soino mnmmiiied
remains of a small race of peoplo, with
long plidted hair, and a few copper
weapons were also found.
Finally they emerged into an im
mense chamber, tho domo of wliich was
several hundred feet above their heads.
But tho Titanic naturo of the cavern did
not oxcito their curiosity as much sis a
strauge shaped object which was dimly
outlined in tlio center of tho chamber.
In their unbounded amazement they up
proached tho uncanny object, and found
it to bo a sailing vessel of marvelous
symmetry and surprising beauty. Tho
deck was of rosewood, or of some ma
terial much resembling that valuablo
cabinet timber, and tho masts of ebony,
polished as finely na tho case of a music
box. The remains of sails which hung
idly around copper wire ropes or cables
proved that they had been of pure yel
low silk, almost as thick as a farmer's
Tho vessel was upward of 100 feet in
length and some thirty broad. Although
there were many copier wires and bands
used in its construction, not a single nail
or screw of any metal was to bo seen,
every joint being secured by hardwood
screws of pins. Hero for once is room
for unbounded spoliation. When, how
and under what circumstances was this
piece of unknown marine handicraft
transported to this south Pacific island
aud buried hundreds of feet in tho in
terior of a lofty mountain? No means
of egress or ingress were found except
tho narrow opening revealed by tho
crowbar's work. St. Louis Republic.
In Trutlhlo ItecanHO of H Klsfl Withheld.
Seymour Thompson, a young man,
was employed for the fourth year to
teach a district school in Marion town
ship. The trustee has just asked the
county superintendent to revoke his li
censo because he has been guilty of im
proper conduct toward the scholars.
Thompson was in tho habit of kissing
three of tho best looking maidens as they
arrived for the morning session. Fri
day ho showed indifferenco toward one
of them. Tho jilted girl told her mother,
and from that the entire neighborhood
rose up in arms against him. Ttie
parents refubed to let their children go
to him another day. When his school
was called to order Monday but a single
boy was present. Thompson cuno to
Lebanon Thursday and engaged counsel
to defend him in tho action to take np
his commission, claiming that tho kiss
ing was done in n brotherly way. Cor.
Uflluc Ilrlilcts hy Klectriclty.
The easo with which electricity can
now bo applied to tho moving of heavy
weights h:is led to its employment for
that purposo in many operations where
steam or hydraulic or other power was
formorly used. Among theco may bo
mentioned the lifting of bridges, for
which tho electric motor is peculiarly
fitted. It is stated that in tho city of
Rochester all the bridges that cross the
Eno canal are to bo operated electrically.
Of tho fifteen bridges for which it is
proposed to provide iwwer, it is assumed
that at least four will at times bo lifted
simultaneously, and that a period of fif
teen seconds will bo occupied for each
lift; furthermore, that each bridge will
be lifted at least eight times por hour
during a period of ten consecutive hours
of tho day of greatest canal traffic New
General Palmer will not bo the oldest
man in the benato by a long ways,
though tho oldest senator for many years.
Mr. Payno, of Ohio, has just retired to
private life. Senator Pnlineria still con
siderably short of eighty years, while
Senator Morrill is eighty-one, and as for
fienator Harris, of Tennessee, no one
knows how piil he is. He Joo, not print
his ago Jn the Congressional Directory,
and all Inquirers pn that score aro given
a lecture for thoir impertinencp andeei)t
about their business. Senator Harris is
between eighty and 0110 hundred yearn
old. As many gncssps approximate the
latter figure as tho former. IIo is one of
tho romarkablo old men of tho senate.
A radical innovation is tho clothlras
dinners, several of which have been
given recently. It has heretofore boon
usual only on occasional luncheons and
teas, to strip tho smooth polished ma
hogany huro of its cloth. Now dinners
as well permit. Nothing can make a
moro effectivo setting for eilver, glass
and wax lights than tho dark, shining
surface of this rich wood. Those who
own nnch will do well to leave them un
covered. New York Times.
SAFE AND RELIABLE.
"In buying a cough medicine for
.children," says II. A. Walker, a
pi ojninpnt druggist of Ogdcn, Utah,
"nover he afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. There is no
danger from it and relief is always
sure to follow. I particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's because I found
it to be safe and reliable." 50 cent
bottles Tor sale by all dealers. lien
ton, SuiitU & Co., agent,
Tho now llilo l.wd oreiinflotl tlio
new Governor, Hon. J"1", ' Vnkor'
nl his residence on tli Q ,,lh in,sl- ,.
Tho steamer Clnudi.'5' took lis nil
by surprlso on tlio Hi,'" msl "J'
bringing to Hllo 1 i)a8scn'cr( '"os!1
of whom went next day to "10 ' ol
enno, to return on the 10th i.u i,ml
take the Kiimu to Honolulu.
Hilo Literary and Musical li.
ciileitninuicnloii the 13ih iiisl. at i"u
house of L. Severance. Piogram !ls
follows: Piano solo, Miss Hole y
Severanee; Piano duet, Mrs. Good
ale ami Miss Curtis; Readings, Miss
Hnttie Hilclieock, Mr. E. E. Richards,
Mrs. ,1. A. Scott; Vocal solo, Mrs.
E. E. Richards; Zither solo, Mr.
Wolff; Recitation, l)i. Wiggins; Vo
cal solo, Dr. Wiggins; Scene, "Un
der the Mistletoe," Miss Severance,
Dr. Wiggins, Air. II. C. Austin.
This enteitalnnuMit was greatly en
joyed, in fact these meetings arc
bang-up treats. There is considera
ble work to get thciu up, hut it pays
always. We wish often there was a
nice place where we could treat the
ladies to ice cream after each per
formance. Mr. J. Viena, who now
keeps the only hotel, used to mnke
delicious ice cream, and made in pre
money than he is making now in the
hotel business. Some imagine that
he will have to close up the hotel un
less ho is better patronized and he
will have to take down his beautiful
sign, "Hilo Hotel," and wo shall
have no hotel which so many thought
we needed so imiuh.
Mnny IliloitC3 were glad to wel
come Mr. B. F. Dillingham to llilo,
for all know he is a gentleman who
takes great interest in the success of
this Kingdom. Also glad to welcome
another gentleman of the same stamp,
Hon. L. A. Thurston. Wish there
were more of such gentlemen on these
An old resident of these islands
leaves by this Kiimu. Mr. Edward
Smith has sold out his watch-making
business and leaves for the State of
Oregon, which will be his future
residence. His father's death makes
it necessary for him to leave the isl
ands. Mr. John Spear will occupy
the store and carry 011 the same line
of business. We &11 wish Mr. Smith
prosperity and in time we shall ex
pect his return, as a twenty-four
years' residence on these islands un
fits one for a residence in a State
where the weather is more variable
and colder than it is here. So,
aloha uui, Mr. Smith. Inside one
year you will return here, sure pop,
On the 17th 11 persons came to
Hilo who had visited the crater and
seen it booming. They came by the
Hall to Punaluu. At night the re
flection of the orator looms up high.
They took the Claudine to Honolulu
tho same evening, glad of the oppor
tunity to avoid the crowd on the
The large clock to which Hilo
residents went for the correct time,
which was 111 tho jewelry storo of
Mr. Edward Smith, has been pur
chased by the residents and placed
in the telephone oIIce. It will- be
attended to by Mr. John Spear, who'
has cared for it for some time.
It is expected that at the spot on
the Volcano road that is occasionally
covered many feet with water a
very dangerous place a ditch will
be constructed to obviate the ditli
culty. or if that h not successful a
bridge will have to be made; The
Volcntio road should have this dilll-
culty removed, and men will soon be
at work to prevent all dangers in the
The new road board are at work
at a lively gait. The traction engine
that has so long been laid abide will
he put in use. The streets of Hilo
will bo put in the best of condition.
The chairman of the board, Mr.
Locbcnstein, has been all over his
district and wo shall expect he will
immortalize himself and the entire
board before their lime expires.
It is said a line looking gentleman
came hero a short time since to form
a stock company for the purpose of
lighting the streets aud houses of
Hilo by electric light, but he depart
ed for California, whether to return or
not we know not. No ono can seem
to enlighten us, although the subject
is a light one. The idea of having
such light gave us great delight, hut
when we found that the projector
had departed our hearts were not
light. We trust he will return soon
with a big supply of material to use
in lighting our village. We don't
want Honolulu to have all tho good
things when wo can also afford them.
Our new Governor in n oplumlji
specimen of a man, aud we want
about 20 lights plnced at his palace
at once; for lie Is a worthy man and
just tho gentk'ijun to be our Gov
ernor is a good missionary."
Arrived at Hilo, Feb. 11, 1-maslcd
schooner Puritan, Capt. Peleibon,
12 days from Sail Francisco.
Sailed from Hilo, Feb. 11, brig
Lurlinc, Capt. Clias. Matson, for
San Francisco, with a full cargo of
sugar. Passenger, Mr. Lockwood,
Dit. McLknnan, the well-known
specialiht of San Frauoisco, Oul., ic
cenlly arrived hero with his family,
has opened oflici's nt No. 31 Richards
street, opposite tho Royal Palace.
Tho Doctor has hud iifteon years of
unprecedented success at thu Hay
City, having among his patients
many of our loading pitizons to whom
jio can now refer.
The lioetor'ii specially is thu treat
ment of all ehionici, diljenlt find lin
gering dUcitbO, and ho invites all io
afllicted to vieit him. Refers hy per
minion to Sir. J. T. Wutoihoiibo, Hr.
Medical and biirgieul electricity a
specialty. jWI lm
' I' H E WEEKLY BULLETIN- 88
1 columns of lyicrrbtlutf- reading
uiuttcrn. Mailed to 1 foreign countries,
5j iblauda, -l.
At the rcquosl
mniilxM' of nui patrons,
wo havo concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, .Mr. W. Y. H,nv,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting and Wa
Mr. Ltow Tias luen in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
confident that, hy prac
tical demonstration, he
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted hy instructors.
For further particulars
LOY & CO.,
53 KING STREET.
II live re-opened In their New Building
where they will keep constantly In
stock iit the lowest prices, a
hiro nshoitinent of
Dry Goods, .Chinese Sills,
Salins. Plushes, Ribbons, Purses,
Laces, Embroideries, Etc., Etc.
SI KING STREET,
J. WALLER, - - Manager.
Wholesale & Retail Butchers
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
T the adjourned animal meeting of
the stockholders of the O. Blower
& Company held thI- day, the following;
weie elected Olllceis of the 'o'poration
to mm vis duiinj; the ensuing yu.ir:
Hon. .1.0. Cm tor is
Geo. H. KohciNon TlcaMiier,
K. K. liNhop Sei'iciiiry,
lion. V. K. Allen Auditor
Hon, O.K. ltlsdiop, II. Wulei house, Ksq.,
S. C. Allen, K-i.
K. V BISHOP,
Secretary (). Iliewer & Co,
Honolulu, Feb. 10, lfi!)2. :)lt lm
ELECTION of OFKICEUS.
AT the annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Agricultural Company held
this day, the following pcrnon wcie
elected olllcers for the cuiieutyi ar:
Hon. C. It. Bishop PieMilenr,
Sam'l O. Mien Viec-Pi cedent,
Geo. II Robertson Tieasuier,
J. O. Carter Sccictaiy,
Tom Alay Auditor.
S. C. Allen, Chaw. M. Cooke and V. O.
J. O. CWRTER,
Seciy. Haw. Ag. 'o.
Honolulu. Jan. 21, I hi) J. :s-25 :im
EL5CCTION of OKF1CEKS.
AT the annua! meeting of the Kwa
riMiilatlou Co. held this day the
following olllcers were elected for the
C. M. CooKo President,
.1. B. Castle Vleo-Piesident,
E. I). Tenney Secietaiy,
I. B. Allien ton Tieasuier,
,1. II. Paty Auditor.
The above named olllceis 11K0 coiWl
t ill u the lioiiid of Diiectois.
E. 1). TENNEY,
Seuielary ICwu I'lairatiun Co,
lloiiolulii, .Inn, iio, 1HU2. ;i::i im
SOME malicious persons having cir
culated a 1 iiinor that wo aro going
out of business, wo take pleasure m
announcing to tho public, in general
and to the Undo 111 paitiuular, that it
Is our intention to carry 011 our busi
ness in the Inline to the full extent
lib it has been heretofore during the
last 25 years. And fioin tho success
wo'havo liuido in our husinesb wo feel
us-m cri that wo will stay another 2fi
years. To ho convinced pleato call
itiul examine our block and you will
11ml it in our )Ut J" largest uud best
assorted in the Hawaiian Island's,
8115 lin HYMAN UKOS.
BleHHi'M. King" Brou. aro
HliowiiiK a lino line of IJiiin
loo and other style Parlor
EjihoIh, Wall Braclcets and
Window Cornices at prices
to meet the times.
linporlor and DeuW in
Stool aiiu Iron Ranges, Stoves and. Fixtures,
Housekeeping Goods & Kitchen Utensils,
AGATE WARE IN LARGE VARIETY.
WHITE, GRAY AND SILVlSK-rLATISJ)
Crockery, Rubber Hose, Lift and Force Pumps,
Water Closets, Water and Soil Pipes,
Pitimbing, Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron Work.
Telephones, No. 110.
? ft U a.
King Street, bet. Fort & Alakea streets,
IMPORTER & DEALER IN
Groceries, Provisions, Flour & Feed.
Fresh California Roll Butter & iBJand Butter
ALWAYS ON HAND.
New Goods received by every steamers from Sau Francisco.
gjET" All orders f.iithlnlly attended to and satisfaction guaianleod. Inland
nidi-is solicited and packed with eaie.
; P. O. 110X -180.
AVewt Cor. JNiiiuiiiii
53- All kinds of NEW and SECOND-HAND FURNITURE sold cheap
oath at the 1 X L.
4)0-Tho I X L pays tho HIGHEST CASH PRICE for all kinds ol
Second-hand Furniture, Stoves, Sewing Machines, Etc., Etc.
gj- 11? YOU WANT TO SELL out your lloiibehold Furnituro in its
ontiiety, call at tho IX L Auction & Commission House, corner Nuuanu
and King btreets.
Prompt Returns Made on Goods Sold on Commission
S. W. LEDERER, : : PROPRIETOR.
t&- Stor Open Saturday Evenings ill 3 o'clock -
WINTER & WINTER,
Otliee lintel St., opp. Y. M. C. A., ad
joiniim the Honolulu Libiary.
Branch Olllce, : : : 'JU(i Kearny st., S. V.
LL Dental operations sl-ilfully per
I. foiined at San Franci-co pticei;
which arc !U) percent uhcupci thau Hono
lulu prices; and if not as good as the
best Dentistry in Honolulu no eluuge
will be made. You need not go to San
Francisco for your Dcuti-try. Ourgicat
1 eduction in prices the elllens have de
manded, and we will .supply the demand.
vr. ii.vvi: com: T.t ui;.iiai !
Cfiy" Call and gel pi ices and save your
money. We leturii our thanks to the
citic'ns of Hawaii, Maul and Kauai for
their liberal pati ouage and solicit a con
tinuance of the same.
Okpici: Houits: 7 a. m.
'A- IX H-. -
to () 1. SI.
Formerly the Graud Hotel.
Coiner Second ,fc Maikel Stieets,
This Flue Hotel, centrally located for
business piupo-c-, having been thor
oughly leiovated and newly fii-nUh(d
throughout, offers special conveniences
to intending iditorn tioin the Hawaiian
iyA complete system of electric hells.
Direct communication with Hoffman
Rooms Irom $1 per Day Upwards.
TY virtue of 11 Writ of Execution
1 issued out of the Police Coin t on
thu liiid day of January, A. I). 1M).
against II. AM, defuiidipit, in favor pf
,1. Nott, plaintiff, for tlm sum of igliO.Ti,
1 have levied upon aid shall expose fur
sale at the Police Station, In the Olhllicf
of Uouoliilii, Ulaui) of Oiilin, at 12
o'clock noon, of WEDNESDAY, the
tflth day of Febiuary, A, D, 181W. 10 tlu
highest bidder, nil the light, title ami
Interest of the said II. ,11, defendant,
In and to the following property, milnss
said judgment. Inieicst, imjiU and my
expenses ho pioviou-ly p'dd.
List of propei ty for sale:
Plumb"!' and Tinsinlth's Tools
Forpaitlculiiibliicpiho at the Deputy
(blgned) C. U. WILSON,
Honolulu, .Inn. 20, 1RK2.
W. T, IVIONSARRAT,
t&" Olllce at Hotel Sialics, Hotel
Rtieut. Both 'IVIejihoiiCB U2. Rcsldenco:
iltiliiul Tel. 010. ileo 10-U1
-P. 0. Box 372.
: MUTUAL TEL. !)0. :
S5 Iviny; S? i-e ?ti.
ALL KINDS OF
JEWELRY MADU to ORDER
Ltugeand Fine Stock in Hand.
ANYTHING YOU ORDER,
King Street, between Nuuanu
Warning' and Howard.
ALL poisons are hereby notified that
any person found shooting Kolea
or other buds without n permit o'u tho
hinds known as Kukuliiiico (better
known as Mrs. C. P. Ward's), near
Kakaako, will bo piosecuted for tres
pass. Ten ilollui'H ($10) icward is offered
to anyone who will give information
that will lo.ul to tho conviction of anV
poison violating tho foiegoing prohi
bition. CIIAS. R. WILSON", '
Lessee of Shouting Rigjil,
FOR SALE or LEASE
pESlDENCK on Lpiinllln
5S IV street presently occuplei)
Mr, ,1. A. Kennedy, con
taining double purlins, four bijilionitib,
dlnlug-ioom, hatliioom, largo dining.
room, Nitoheii and pantry; seivipil's
room, stabling, etc., 011 icar of iiiain
building, Gioiiuds, ;iOUxl()5 feet, well
laid out. Vacant 011 llth August l,ot
iidjoliilng :i0i)xl0.") feet may ho piiicluisul
011 reasonable tei 111s,
It. I. LILLIK,
108 tf With Then. II. Diivlus & Co.
" F you want n First-class Job of Palnt
i nig of any descilpllou done, call 011
the Pjactlcal Painter, J. L. Mkv"' only.
Fort street l0. P. O. Box 387. Mutual
Telephone 002, 1C
The best Ihing to send to
yopr JVjepds alvpad is King
Bros.' Illustrated Souvenir,
nl' Hawaii, wljicJi is gptteu
up ior the purpose and Is
not an advertisement
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