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Loavo Honolulu. ..(S:li 8:15 1:15 -liHof
Arrivo Honoullull..-7.:2C !):57 '2:57 5::i5f
Leave Honouliull.. 7:30 10:13 il:t:i r.ML't
Arrivo Honolulu. ..8 s3B 11:55 4:55 0:501.
l'KAIU, CITY LOCAL.
Loavo Honolulu 6:20 ....
Arrivo Pearl City 5:5S ....
Loavo Poar' City. . 0:00
Arrive Honolulu.. .0:40
t Saturdays only.
TltfPN. Hun mid .lloim.
11 v c. .1. 1.1 ONS.
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day. 3 E" g-i"B-P 2, f I -
p . " f p I1 " .& P P $
11. in. 11,111. 11.111. 11.111,
Moil. 2.' O O 0 U 8 10 7 U (I 20 (I S 1 Ml
Tiiuh. 2.1 l o u u ii ml 8 :w ii !." i) a a 4"
Wod. 21 l'jo l o iinolio n 02410 ;i :t r.n
Tliuis. 2." 2 15 1 Id i 20,11) SO 0 2I1 0 :i 4 48
t"rl. 20 3 2S a 20 R 10 II 0 Oil It 5 40
Sat. 2T 4 0 I 30 8 50 11 20 0 22 II 4 Ii 5
Bun. 2jiJ 25 fi 15 II 2iil 1 50 II 21 0 4 7 7
Now liiiiiiii on tlic'-'Tth at fill. loin. p. in.
l'lie tiinu nIkiiiiI (or tint oit lit uInuii at 121i.
(liu. Usee. (uiIiIuIkIiU of (jieenw it'll tiinuor
111, 23m. 34sfc. p. m, of Honolulu Observatory
time. It Is kInch by the steam wliUtlr of till!
Honolulu l'liiHlng Mill, n few tlooi.s above
tlm Custom House The xiuiiq wlilstlu la
sounded corioctly at Honolulu inciiii noon,
Obseivntory lnuildliin, or loll. aim. 2Csuo. of
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WEDNESDAY, FEB. 21, 1892.
iStmr (i 11 Bisliop from Kahuku and
Stmr .las Makee from Kauai
Stmr Kaala IroniNawiliwili, Kiliueaaud
Stmr I'ele from Kauai
Haw bk Manna Ala, Smith, for San
Stmr lwalani foi Ilnniakiii
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Am bktne Mary YVinkelman, Nie.ssen,
for San Francisco
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jus Makee 2414 bays sugar, 5G
bags rice. 3;l bundles green hides.
Stmr IVle S.'luii bays stiiRir.
For Maui, per stmr Ciamliuc, Feb 23"
His Excellency Samuel Parker, Mrs
Alhrceut and child, .1 W Colville. .Inn
Oarlick, K Keuiur, it Hunter, Bobt Cat
ton. V Lauefoid, Mrs Frcdenberfj, Miss
Hatiield, A (J Pestana, PS Taylor, A
Enos, and 45 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Feb 23
H II Wilcox, Mr Mason, N Hulbert,
.Mr Hutchinson, Mrs II Nuiiii, J Correira
and wife, and 00 deck.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
II U M S Pheasant, Blair, from Esqui-
U S S Pcnsacola, Kautz, from San
BrigG U Uouirlnss, Keid, from Gilbert
Am bk Sonqnia, Lee, from Newcastle,
N S W
Am selir Alice Cooke, Penhallow, from
Am 4-masted selir Tiansit, .lorgensen,
from rinn Francisco
A in bktne Amelia, Ward, from Port
Am selir Oceania Vance, from Newcas-
tle, N S W
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
H 1 M S Hiei, Mori, from.tapnu
U S S Sun Francisco, from ami Fran
cisco, due any day
S S Australia, Havward, from San Fran
cisco due Jan 20
All) bk Xewnboy, Johunou, fioui New
castle, :-i s w
Am 4-masted s'clir K K Wood, fiom
NeweaMle, N S W, due Jan 15
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, fioni Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am wli bk Morning Star, Mar 25, from
Am wh bk Memiald, Mar 23, from New
Am wh bk ( allfornia, Mar 25, from New
Am wh bk James Arnold, Mar 25, fioni
ltktuu Discovery from San FrancUco
Tiie baik Mary Wiukelman Is loaded
with niigar and will probably leavn to
nioi tow for Salt Fiaucisco.
Tiie schooner Alice Cooke is loading
with siigHr for the Coast.
The H S Australia received sugar from
the steamer Likclike to-dav.
The schooner Transit will still further
augment her cargo of sugar from a con
signment from the steamer I'ele to
morrow. Tim Hawatlii'i b'lik Manna Ala, Smith,
master, carried for San KraneUco 19,590
bags sugar, weighing 2,205,07!) pounds,
ami valued at 802,712 HO. ujw cou
ItnoriJ wbro t'. Brewer Co. ami Castlp
' Tlio steamer W G Hull will he duo
twin whidwaid ports lo-inoirow after
noon. BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Hand
will give a public conceit at Hit;
Iliiwuiluii Hotel this ovening, com
mencing at V :S0 o'clock. Kollpwlng
h the program :
AJaiph Ciprv AriiS , ..Leludianlt
pViiitiii'i Berlin Ijfd Couradi
(javottu Mift (Jlaiieea ..Nttvuiix
rielerilnii Truvliltiv Yn
'4'IiM'o new BoiigK) That's what the wild
waves aie saying. But oh, what a
diffeieui'o in Did moiuliig.. My
Selection Captain Theresa (now)..
4. . . .'. . Plaufpicttu
Fantasia Mosi-ulto Uaneo (huw) . .
, ....... 'Kllenixiru
Waltz Danube Waves Ivaiiovcl
Maicli Uuited. States Berger
' lluwull Pouo.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Hon. II. Kuihclaui i. dead.
Tiii:iik weio fimr arrests for drunk
Tin: liaiul will play at the Hawaiian
Hotel this ovening.
Diamond Head, 'A p. in. Wc.itlior
hazy; wind, light south.
A CAM) of thanks 'from Iho Catho
lic Mission will appear later.
Hon. .Ins. G. Fair, ox Senator, is
hooked to return to San Fruncisoo on
thu S. S. Australia.
Tue P. M. S. S. China will continue
her voyage to tho Orient at 8 o'clock
this ovening prompt.
SoMnsplondul pictures of the llisliop
of Olba lying in statu have been made
by .Mr. A. V. Holster.
The S. S. Australia, to sail next
Tuesday, will carry an extra laigo
number of passengers.
Hun Majesty lias signified her in
tention to bo present at Mrs. Gray's
concert Saturday ovening.
Sin. and Mi. Harry Gillie; intend
taking passage on tho S. S. China
this afternoon for the Orient.
The Hawaiian baik Manna Ala,
which left yosteiday for San Fran
cisco, is lying ten miles oil' in a calm.
A special meeting of tho Waihee
Sugar Co. will be held at the ollioo of
O. Brewer it Co. to-morrow at 10
The meeting of tho ilonokaa Sugar
Co. will be held to-morrow, Feb. 2Gth,
at tho otllcu of F. A. Schacfer ifc Co.,
at 9 o'clock.
Mas. Aodie V. Bice, the celebrat
ed Now York cantatrice, haa kindly
consented to sing at Mrs. Gray's bene
fit Saturday evoiiing.
Tun Baymond tourists while wait
ing for tho departure of the steamer
Australia are taking in tho sights in
the suburbs of tho ciiy.
While sugar was being transferred
in a sling to the schooner Alice Cooke
to-day two bags fell out and dropped
into the sea and wore lost.
Three men from the U. S. S. Pon
Micolu broke liberty to-day. This
afternoon a sailor and a marine were
apprehended and consigned to Marshal
An Italian man, accompanied by a
boy, was out serenading bright and
early this morning. The boy played
a violin and the man twanged a harp.
They are recent arrivals.
A fellow named Dick I was found
guilty of being under the influence
of liquor while in his hack, thereby
breaking carriago regulations, and
sentenced to pay a line of $9.
The U. S. S. Pensacola is preparing
to leave for tho Coast. She has taken
in about 150 tons of coal. Tho old
warship will not leave, however, until
after the arrival of the San Francisco,
The appointment of Mr. W. H.
Cunimings by the Bond Board to be
Bond Supervisor has been approved
by the Minister of Interior. Tho ap
pointee commenced work this morn
ing. Isamoto Mankichi, a Jap, was com
mitted to the Insane Asylum yester
day on evidence of Dr. C. B. Wood,
that he was troubled with melan
cholia. Mankichi was brought from
Kauai on Sunday.
Ho Sinci, Wong Cluing, Kum Sing
and Afat, are under arrest charged
with intending to commit oflenbu on
a fellow countryman. The three first
named are also charged with assault
and battery. Tlioir trial will come
up on Friday.
The following namcH have been
added to tho Hawaiian Hotel register:
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Phillips, London,
England; John S. Bitkor, Taconia,
Wash; E. W. Gilder, Yokohama; L.
Lynch, Chicago; W. N. Hinton and
W. G. Mizner, passengers on tho S. S.
A ouiuou.s coincidence in tho funer
al procession of tho Bishop, as it ap
proached the cemetery, was that tho
thirteenth carriago boro tho hack
number 13. As tho roporter proceed
ed with his count he found that the
twonty-thiid carriage was hack num
The new iron fence to surmount
the btono parapet around the Palace
yard has arrived and will soon be
placed in position. The fenco is orna
mental and pretty and will greatly
enhance the beauty of tho place. The
fenco was inado by the Champion
Fence Co., of Ohio, for tho Bacilic
Hardware Co.; whoso tedder whb ac
cepted. THE TALLEST MAN.
Baltimore, January 19. "Colo
nel" Pickett Nelson, who claimed to
he the tallest man on earth, died
here to-day. Ho had been ill for
three weeks with typhoid fever. His
body measures eight feet live indies
in lengt'l'i aiil ill liciilth lie' wcighod
387 pounds, After (loath his frame
relaxed and became four inches
longer than it had been. Nelson was
a colored man, uud was horn in
Essex county, Virginia. Both his
parents were rather smaller than the
AS A NEltVE TONIC
Uhii IIirnrord'H Arid I'lioxpliutt'.
Dr. S, L, Williams, Claroiipo, Iowa,
says: "J jiayo u.s0( ft to grand etl'ect
in a case of neuralgic fever, aiul (n
uteriiu! (liuillics. Also, in cubes
Where a genera) louil) Wtis neoilcd,
For a nerve louio I think ills tlio best
J have over need, and can recominond
it inobt confidently,"
Leave orders on slate, Room 13,
Arlington ote, or it, nh,rou $
Newman's drugstore. Telephones'!
128 Mutual aiuTBell. ''
7-2 w y. II. BENSON.
JlIAL Of THE BISHOP,
Vast Goinptiii in tin
High requiem mass for the
Large Goucourse and Gr-at Funeral
Pageant Attend tlio B'dy
to the Tomb
His late Lordship Hermann Kocck
euianu, Bisliop of Olba, was buried
at the Roman Catholic Cemetery,
King street, at noon to-day. The re
ligious ceremonies began at the Ca
thedral at 10 o'clock, and consisted
mainly of high requiem mass. At
the opening hour the edifice was
crowded in every pnrt, full' fifteen
hundred people being seated while
all the standing-room, excepting the
main aisle which was kept clear, was
occupied and hundreds of people
swarmed on the Mission grounds and
even on Fort street.
In the side section of pews to the
right front of the altar were seated
the following functionaries: His
Excellency the Hon. A. S. Cleghoru,
Governor of Oahu : His Honor the
Hon. A. F. Judd, Chancellor and
Chief Justice; their Excellencies C.
N. Spencer, II. A. Widemaun and
V. A. Whiting, members of the
Cabinet ; His Honor the Hon. R. F.
Biekerton, Associate Justice of the
Supreme Court ; Hon. C. R. Bishop,
W. D. Alexander, W. F. Allen, W.
Jas. Smith, J. A. Cummins, I'aul
Neumann, S. M. Damon and W. G.
Irwin, members of the Privy Council ;
Mesdames Spencer, Neumann, Da
mon and Irwin ; Major J. W. Robert
son, II. M.'s Chamberlain; Col. S.
Nowlein, commanding the House
hold Guards, and Col. J. D. Holt of
II. M.'s staff; Drs. G. Trousseau
and J. S. McGrew, physicians to the
late Bishop and Dr. G. W. Woods,
U. S. N.
To the left front were seated : His
Excellency J. L. Stevens, Uuited
States Minister Plenipotentiary ; Sen
hor A. de Sou.a Canavarro, Charge
d'Affaires and Consul General for
Portugal ; Major J. II. Wodebouse,
Commissioner and Consul-General
for Great Britain, and Mons. G. B.
d' Anglade, Commissioner for France.
The consular corps occupied the
front pews facing the altar, namely :
Mr. II. W. Severance, United States
Consul-General ; Mr. F. A. Schae
fer, Italian Consul and Dean of the
Corps ; Mr. II. F. Glade, Consul for
Germany and Austro-Hungary : Mr.
H. W. Schmidt, Consul for Sweden
and Norway ; Mr. 13. C. Alacfarlane,
acting Consul for Denmaik; Mr. A.
J. Cartwright, Consul for Peru ; Mr.
J. F. Hackfeld, Consul for Belgium
and acting Russiau Consul ; Mr. J.
II. Pat', Consul for the Netherlands;
Mr. H. Renjes, Consul for Mexico
and acting Vice-Consul for Spain ;
Mr. T. R. Walker, British Vice
Consul. Mons. Vizzavonna, Chan
cellor to the French Legation, was
His Lordship Bisliop Willis and
Rev. W. II. Barnes of St. Andrew's
Cathedral and Rev. E. G. Beckwith,
D. D., pastor of Central Union
Church, were among those present.
Brother Bertram, principal of St.
Louis College, with his fifteen col
leagues ot the Christian Brothers,
constituted a special choir for the
service of the mass, occupying the
choir gallery together with the St.
Louis College band, the leader of
which, Bro. Francis, led the singing
on the great organ.
A plain cotlln of highly polished
koa wood, heavily mounted with sil
ver, enclosed the body of the departed
prelate, H. rested' on a bier in front
of the altar, on the main floor, be
neath a quadruple arch about thirty
feet high, the crown of which had
bisecting minor arches and ended in
a cross. The structure as a whole
was in the form of a bishop's mitre.
It was draped in black trimmed with
white fringes and studded with white
cruciform rosettes of imitation lily
petals. On the two front pillars the
initials, at the lute Jliuhop, 'II. K.",
composed of ferns and while and red
roses, were fastened. Roses were
thickly strewn round the base of l'io
collln, mingling their fragrance with
the odors of burning incense in cen
sers almost buried in the llowcrs.
The carpeted area on which the higr
rested was coyerd with handsome
.loral compositions harps, pillows,
crosses, crowus, chairs, hearts, etc.
A large harp was conspicuous, dom
posetf of a rich variety of (lowers,
(s strings of pupaia blossoms,'
Qn the colln were laid the Risliop's
mitre, erozior, misbal and rcgalin, all
glittering through a muss of bumll
(loral emblems in rosos, oalliopsU,
luhcrosos, oio, and scattered How
ere, Above the collln, besides a
large silvor crucifix, thero roso a
tall lloi'ul cross, and all around its up
pei rim was festooned a beautiful
wreath of tuberoses. Plants wefe
disposed t t(U Ijaqp flf tha arch's
pillars Thrc,e members of tio Young
Mn's CiUlidlio Club on each side of
tlio' bier waved, kahilis in s.oeui
ihyOitn. Tal caudles ca burning
lifcwnm.i 1 mil infcflo.
on citlioi' Side of the bier, akb nt tho
head and foot. The galleries of the
chinch Were diaped in black trimmed
witli white rosettes. Blvek mantles
witli white fringes in grixcefitl gather
ings almost covered the lectern,
which was also ndortivd with a largo
lloial cross in front, and cushions of
red and white rosf-s with foliage on
The service of tho requiem high
mass was a grand one. It cqnsistc.i
of the plain Gregorian' Uliaiil, s'dhg
by the sixteen Christian Brothers.
Father G'.ilstan was the celebrant of
the ni.-m, assisted by Father Xavicrl
(.ueacin), Father Valentine (Sub
Deacon), and Father Clement (Assist
ing Priegt). Very Reverend Father
I'feonor, who has been in poor health
of late, sat in the front of the church
during the high mass, then with Very
Reverend Father Francis, Provincial
of the Franciscan Sisters, and Father
Matthias joined the other clergy in
the final absolutions around the bier.
A funeral march was played by the
College bund at the beginuing, which
signalized the entering procession of
the clergy in their robes and the
choristers. The services in the Ca
thedral occupied an hour and u half.
On being carried out of the church
the collln was placed on a bier fitted
with long handles, by which it was
carried to the tomb by twenty-four
stalwart native members of the
church. The order of procession was
as follows :
II. II. Williams, Undertaker, (on
Choristers bearing Crucifix, with
staffs on cither side.
Royal Hawaiian Band.
San Antonia Benevolent Society.
Lusitana Benevolent Society.
Catholic School Girls.
Convent School Girls.
St. Louis College Day Soholars.
St. Louis College Band.
St. Louis College Boarders.
Cathedral Choristers, bearing the late
Bishop's crozier, mitre, missal,
gremial, Papal decoration,
decoration Grand Officer
Order of Kala-
Bkaueus or the Bieh.
Pall Bearers. Pall Bearers.
Native Female Communicants.
Native Male Communicants.
Very Rev. Father Leonor, escorted
by the Young Men's Catholic
The French Commissioner and Por
tuguese Charge d' Affaires.
There were from three to four
hundred school gills all told. St.
Louis College boarders, who were
dressed in uniform, numbered about
70 exclusive of the band, while the
day scholars mustered nearly 100.
The native lady members of the
church numbered '250, and the gen
tlemen over 50. The woman chanted
meles as the- walked along. Thirty
live carriages followed in the train.
The last resting place of the Bishop
of Olba is the stone mausoleum of
the Mission, near the main entrance
of the Roman Catholic Cemetery on
King street. Its lloor was carpeted
with roses and flowers were strewn
thickly all over the ground within the
enclosure. The dead Bishop's ini
tials in roses surmounted the facade
of tho tomb, Hanked by a lloral harp
and a floral mitre, with a tall floral
cross between the letters.
It was hard to keep the crowd
from crushing in upon the clergy and
those assisting. When way was
made and the coffin carried in, Fa
ther Leonor led in chanting the last
offices for the dead. After "Requi
cscut in Pace" was pronounced, the
Christian Brothers, with thrilling
voices, sang "The Miserere." As
their last notes died away, the Royal
Band played "Nearer My God to
Thee" and "The Sweet By-and-By,"
while the vast concourse dispersed.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality; lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanut Mats, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable, itaX" Call and examine our stock.
15LISCHION oi" OFFICE HS.
AT the annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Hawaiian Kalhoad.
Co., (Id), held at their otllco In this
city Fuh. t'Bril, tlm following olllcers
wurp idbuted to servo during the eiiniiing
Charles L.Wight President,
Willi, nil C. Wilder..,,., Trousuror,
Saui'l O, Wilder Secietary.
Honolulu, Feb. 23, WM UM 3t
L.LISUTIOX of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Agi icultural Company held
this day, the following peieons moiu
elected olllcers for tho cuireut year:
Hon. O. R. Bishop Piesldent,
Hain'l C. Allen Vice-President,
Geo. 11. Boberti-ou Tieasuinr,
J. O, Curler ,,..Hev;etaii',
To(ii Alay. , , . , Auditor.
S. 0. Allen, Chas. M. Cooko and W, O,
J. O, OAUTKR,
Heuty. lUw. Ag. Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 21, 1SUJ, MO Sm
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I If UtUe Babies Con Id Write I
What a boat "f grateful li-tters we would
tecelve. Wn'ie sure thev Mould thank
ll" for the "Mizpah" Mpplo which we
have Introduced for their hcm-llr. 'Mil
nipple li('l to prevent colic and 1 very
durable. We have sold some aeaily
every day lncc m-c told you about them.
Thoy know that soinefinies bad foods
aic palmed off on them. You may not
dl-.cnyer It until -lcknes revoaN the' fact.
You ran alw.ijv pmcinc fresh Mellln's
Ko d from u a mi- have made arrange
in 'lit- to have a new supply come by
ety "leaniei. Tli" last "Australia1
In iiicln a fic-h lot which M'e can offer
you at on cents per bottle and 7 per
do, u for the largo size. We've Ridge's
S.ign of llk U the thing to ll'e for
sweeting Inf'int food". Try It and he
Lime Water Is need for acidity. Wo
make it fiom one of the most approved
medical foi inula-!.
Of Nuislng ISntthM wo have several
khuN. Thetlradiiaied Hotlle you'll llnd
a gieat boon. Ilaxing a scale divided
Into ounee enable-, you to be voiy accu
rate. Mother will' appreciate this In
vention. Then we have Nursery Soap- and
Sponges. Puff lloxes, PufN and Powder;
dainty little Infant llruMios and I'ine
F'or some of the little baby1' ai'hes
and pains we liave a long list of popular
Wo haven't the space here to enume
rate all the lequlsites which we keep in
this Hue, but we can supply your wants
jut the same, for we keep them all.
Remember we have a telephone. Biug
up No. 42S on either Hue if you want
the New Drug Stoic.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Lort V: lvlut? HtrcotH,
Per S. S. "Australia."
At The Beaver Saloon,
II. .1. NOI,TF Proprietor.
FOlt SAN FltANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, March 1st,
ST For freight or passage, apply to
Wm. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
:"2 (it Agents.
Steamer for Victoria k Portland
The S. S. ZAMBESI
Will be due at this port from China ami
Japan on or about March 1-t,
and will leave soon after for
Victoria & Sound Ports.
Ber For lenim of Height ami passage
ar.a lot THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
FOR SALE !
IIAVKon baud at "Lit
1 tie Britain," Honolulu,
45 Head California Mules
tiom II to 0 years old, many
of which will Meih from
1000 to 1100 lbs. each; 1 Thorouglihicd
Hnlstoin Hull 2 years old (Jlh of net
March; 1 Half Jeiccy Cull :i year old
next May; o or 0 InipoiU'd Cow, all
gentle, young and have had calves within
past two months. Also, for wan I of use
and all as good us new. 1 2-seated Cov
ered Cafi luge, with polo and shaft and
Double II arne.-s; 1 Mght 2-horse Lum
ber Wagon, FUeli make and guaranteed
to carry 1000 lbs.; also complete Set
Double Harness for same. All of above
properly can be bought cheap.
J. X. WRIGHT,
Itr.O 1 in P. O. Box -JB2, Honolulu.
rpiIK Stockholders of Walliee Sugar
1 Company will please take notice
that a .special Meeting of tlio Company
will bo field at the Olllco of C brewer
ami Company, on THURSDAY, the
2.1th InMant, at lo o'clock a, in., to con
sider impoilaut business.
Seeietary Waihee Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 1(, lbti2. all) 'Jt
rpilK legular annual meeting of the
I Hawaiian Fruit .Vs Taro Co. will bo
held at their otllce i Wuliuku, Maul, on
.SATURDAY, March 12, lb!)2, at 10
o'clock a.m. W. II. DANIKLS,
Ill.'i -Jilt Secretary II. F. & T. Co.
O wanted; must he In
igood order. Apply, stat
ing price, to "G. W.," P. O. Box 178
Firewood For Sale.
7E have jiiat received a small lot of
it Algeroba Kliewood which we
offer for sale In lots to suit nut cash.
Ub-i 4t HUSl'AOK.fcCO.
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Vou probably think you know through our advertisements, but you haven't
a soupcon of an idea ; wo cannot tell you half the dilferenl things. These
ads are merely invitations, though we frequently invite your inspection of
our I1AVILAND CHINA and FLSCIIKR' IUNOKS. We have two floors
and three warehouses filled with goods utabie to your wants.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Foil stiect, oppo. Spreckols' Bank, Honolulu.
Tho Agency for JAYNB'S
FAMI LY MEDICINES, so long
held by our houso, has been
transferred to Messrs. BEN
SON", SM1.TII k CO., to whom
all orders should be sent.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Honolulu, I-I. I., Feb. 4, 1892.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street. Honolulu.
New Goods by
Tools &. Implements,
Paints, Oils 6l Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF TIIE BEST QUALITY.
(Fiiim 1 Gallon to M)0 Callous).
S6F AVc arc the only Authorized Agents for this article, and arc
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC 1IAKDWAKE CO., L'd.
Gentlemen Attention !
READ THIS AND IT WILL GIVIC YOU A POINTER.
UNLAUNDRIED SHIWT3. Come and see the re-enforced
rnlaundricil Shirts that we are selling for CO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. Wo have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MEN'S SOCKS. A" immense assortment in Unbleached, Hal
hriggnu, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 2.1 cents a pair.
MEN'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-iii-Hand and Ties of all kinds.
tQr Sec our White 1. K. Scarfs that we are selling 2 for 25 cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, It for SI, thoy arc good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks S Suits, Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fo't Street, - - Honolulu.
HOLLSSTER & CO.,
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
ACIONTS FOR Tllifl LEADING
oy- NEW GOUUS BY EVERY STEAMER. -
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Late Arrivals !
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