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THURSDAY, FEB. 25, 1802.
Schr iCauikcanuiifroiu Hamnkiui
Am bk Kdwaid May, Mcl.uic, 110 days
Stnir ICIIauca Hon from llainaktta
Stun Likclikc foi Hainakua at 5 111
btnirJiis Wakee for Kauai at 4 p 111
Stmr Kanla for Waianuo at 5 p 111
Slinr .1 A Cummins for ICoolau
Am bktne Mary Winkuhnaii, Nleu,
for Sim VinuuUco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Pole for Makawell
tilmr Kilauca Hon for Kukaiaii and Oo
kala at 4 p 111
For Hongkong, via Yokohama, per
stmr China, Ken 21 II 31 Uillig, wife
and maid, Kllwood Crocker, F L linger,
Henry Worilruff, J S linker, Mrs A car
ter, Mrs F Hiissell, Mr and JLrs W J
Phillips, l(i Chinese and 14 Japanese
steerage passengers, and ISO passengers
The steamer W G Hall will be due
from wiudwaid ports to-moirow after
noon. The American hark Mary Wlukelmau,
Kissen, master, sailed to-day for tun
Franuisco with the following cargo:
12,850 bags sugar, weighing l,500,o(ll
pounds, shipped by II tlackfeld & Co;
1507 haCT sugar, weighing iS8,37i
pounds, shipped by M S Giiubauui & Co.
Domestic value of cargo, $11,075.45.
' Tlie scliooner KauiKeaouli is transfer
rin.!: her caigo of sugar to the schooner
Trails! t in the stream.
Tlie steamer I'ele will leave to mor
row for Mnkaweli witn machinery uud
oilier sundry articles.
Tiie American bark Edward 31ay ar
liYV'd this afteiuoon, 140 days from Itos
tuii, too late for a report in this issue.
A NOTABLE CASE.
Works Co. vs. II. A.
A. F. Jutld, Chief-
Present in Court
Minister; four ex-AUorncy-Gener-als;
two ex-Judges Supreme Court;
three members of tho House of No
bles ; one ex-member of the House
pf follies; one ex-Postmaster Gen
eral ; one ox-C'olleotor-G'cneral of
Customs ; three members of tlie Privy
Council ; one Deputy-Marshal ; one
Deputy Attorney-Genoral ; one cx
Doputy Attorney-General ; two mem
bers of the Fire Department.
Thu case is a replevin suit between
receivers of the Union Iron Works
Company and H. A. Wideinann,
landlord, for alleged wrongful dis
irajnt "of goods and chattels belong
ing lo Ihc snii compniiy. To ho con
tinued this afternoon. Hnrtwell for
plaintiffs, tind Hatch and Neumann
for thu defendants. Plaintiffs claim
a wrongful distraint under their re
newed lease, and defendant claims a
legal lieu upon tho chattels taken.
THE LATE H, KUIHELANI.
Hon. U. Ktiihel,inl, whoso death
Was briefly announced yestorday, was
a member of tho House of Nobles
before the Constitution ol 1887 made
Unit body elective. He died at Wai
lukti Saturday evening, February 20,
aged iibout 70 years. The lamented
uenlleman, who had served us a Dis
trict Judge as well its a legislator,
was step-father of MrB. Samnul Par
ker. Upon receipt of the sad anil,
unexpected news, His Excellenpy
Mr. Parker and fnmjly embarked qi)
the tpauier ClaidnO, Tuesday ev
eiing, for Maul, to attend the' fun
eral, SflFE AMD FJELIADLE,
"hi liuylng a cough medicine for
children," says II. A. Walker, a
pioininent druggist of Ogden, Utah,
"tii'ver be afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. There is no
danger from it and relief is always
Btire lo follow. J particularly recom-liii-nd
Chamberlain's because I found
it lo bo safe and reliable " 50 cent
bottles lor bale by all dealers, lieu
bon, Smith & Co., agents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
.tA. T MOIKIAN Will Mill wlldlc
hutli.v ill imiiti lii-iniinovv.
Diamond Head, II p. in. Weather
oltur ; wiinl light north-oust.
Mkn Imvo bueu engaged yi'sloiduy
mill to-duy scraping ll-o ulreutn.
Notimnh of inlcreM wan hefnto His
Honor tlu Police .IiihIico Huh morn
in,'. You can scenic tickets for thu Kim
iiiiikuplli concert to-night at the
11 IB Fxcullctioy J L. Slovens, U. R.
.Minister, paid 11 visit to the U. K. S.
L'oiisucola tliis morning.
iNTKItMEIllAUY CollI'l. C1180S WC'IC
huiiid before Judge Dickurton in tlie
upstairs Conrtrooin lo-duy.
A cabk in which tliu Portuguese
colony is Inking a deep interest will
como up for tiii'.l in tliu l'olico Court
This Court in bunco will sit on
Monday, March 7th, to hear cases not
disposed of nt last special term of the
Court in banco.
Tiik topmast of the sohooner Kuui
koiiouli was carried away on her hut
trip, the weather along tho llmiiakuii
coast being ns rough as uvor.
Tiik Borctunia street road gang and
tlio truniways gang were working at
tlie same point the further corner
of ThonuiB Square his morning.
Nnws of Mr. Bon Ilogan, the cx
pugilist, has been received. Mr. Ho
gan is exhibiting his collection of
Hawaiian views in San Joso, Cul.,
with great success.
Mns. Florenco Willinms will give
her last lecture in Honolulu, on the
present occasion, at tho Fiihico on
Saturday morning by special permis
sion of Her Majesty.
As wiu. liavo been seen in our Am
erican letter, litidyard Kipling, thu
rising American novelist, accom
panied by his wife and mother, will
shortly vibit Honolulu.
Theiik is a very attractive program
for tlie concert at the K lumakupili
Church this evening at 7:45 o'clock.
It is not often our community has a
chance of hearing good foreign talent.
The steamer Viva reported in this
paper as having been stranded and li
able to become u total wreck off Wai
nnae, lias been repaired biitliciently to
allow of bur being launched again
A Chinaman was brought from
Waiahio to the Police Station to-day,
charged with violating the Konohiki
iisli rights of another. After promis
ing that he would never do it again,
lie was released.
The will of tlie late Bibhop of Olba
has ibis day been filed in tlie clerk's
otlice of the Supreme Court by the
Rev. Father Leonor, and tlie lGth pf
March next is appointed for hearing
the application for pj-obate of the
Two sailors of thu barkuntine Ame
lia and bark Sonoma are in the custo
dy of the authorities for refusing du
ty. Thoy will remain the guests of
the Marshal until the sailing of their
respective vessols, when they will be
placed on board.
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2's engino
was put on tlie Wilder Steamship
Company's scales on the city front
yesterday and tipped tho beam ut
about 7500 pounds, or 3J tons. A
pretty heavy weight for two horses to
pull on the jump.
The P. M. S. S. China sailed yester
day evening at 8 :-i5 o'clock for Yoko
hama and Hongkong. 'While in port
ho discharged over 400 tons of freight.
Harry Gillig and wife and party were
among hor passengers for tho Orieut.
While thu steamer Kaala was en
gaged in trunsfcri iug freight to the
wharf from the China yesterday, a
largu shark about twelve feet long
was seen sporting athwart her bow.
It did not seem concerned in the least
at tho appearance of thu steamer, but
continued its frolic.
Very Rev. Francis fjewbaurer, D.
D Provincial of the Franciscan Sis
ters, who took part in tho obsequies of
thu Bit-hup of Olba, canio hero to hold
a consultation witli thu Bishop. Ho
arrived on the steamer Australia, the
day after His Lords-hip died.
The band concert at the Hawaiian
Hotel yesterday evening was largely
attended and delighted thu audience,
tho thrco now spues being rcooived
with loud applause. On Monday ev
ening tho band will play at tho satno
place, complimentary to tho Raymond
Land at Aiua, Ewa, belonging to
the latu King's estate, will be offered
at auction by Jas. F. Morgan at noon
of March 5. Tho laud was knocked
down to John F. Bowler at tho gen
eral sale, but tho Chief Justice ru-fui-ed
to confirm tho sale. ''W Mrno
it will bp offered at-an upset prioo of
26ftQ. ' ' '
WiliMi Father Loonor was entering
the uiiclobiire of tliu tomb yesterday,
his trousers caught in a picket of the
low fuiice, throwing him heavily to
thu giound. It was a seven), and
might have been adauorous shopk to
si heavy and ujdmly ii uujri who had
been only n'tow1 Uilyt) dH'"it' bed 6'f sor
In tho icport of thu funorid, of thp
l)itliui of Olba, opiisbion wis nudu in
tho orijer of procession pf t(p Con
cordia Portuguese Catholic Band,
which preceded Urn benevolent bft
ciuties, Its members niliuhurcil about
;irt in lino, and, all woll dresbud and
carrying largo houiuiots, they mado u
J. K. Andhade, bar keeper in thu
Union Saloon, was married yesterday
evening to Miss A. Viurra, daughter
of Mr. Viurra, proprietor of thu Bee
Hive, The ceremony look place at
thu Roman Catholic Cathedral uud
whs performed by tho Very Rev.
Father Leonor. A reception wiib hold
later, ut which only immediate friends
uud relatives were present,
special Banco session.
I Til hi llflit on .11 on (I H.I. II 11 r Hi 71 Ii
1'iuinlil ft nl vs ()pioiio. Con
Irovcrny for riyht ol wny nl I'n'olo.
Davidson-Knticalum for pliiintlffs-np-pelhuil;
Ii Ahlo vs T .1 llnyscltlcn cl nl.
Hill in equity for accounting. Ap
peal from order of Dole, .1, dismiss
ing hill. Castle for philiitiff-appol-hint;
Hatch for defendants
M Rose vs Administrator of the
ostntu of D lvnlnknua. Damage.
Kxuoptions from October term.
Ilartwcll-Sinlth for plaintiff appel
lant; Hatch for defendant.
Ilccm Agricultural. Company vs
Wm Henry. Water controversy
from district of Koolaupoko. Brown
for plaintiff-appellant; Mngoon for
T II Davics & Co vs Wilder
Steamship Co. Action on tho case.
Exceptions from October term. Hart
well for plaintiff; Hutch for defend-nnt-appcllanl.
C Alee vs Wong Leung. Assump
sit. Exceptions from October term.
Hartwoll-Ashford & Ashford for
plaintiff ; Castle for defendant-appel-laut.
Manuel Vierra Jr vs John F Hack
feld. Bill in equity to set .aside
deed ; petition for writ of error.
Ashford & Ashford for plaintiff in
erior; Hutch for defendant in error.
In re boundary between the lands
called Hutiuiula (Crown) and Knohe
(Government), in the Island of Ha
waii. Appeal of Commissioners of
Crown Lands trom decision of F S
Lyman. Commissioner. Hatch for
the appellants ; Attorney General
for the Government.
The Queen vs Apoi, charged with
assaulting one Akana (Chinaman),
an informer ; exceptions from Nov
ember term of Third Circuit. Neu
mann for defendant-appellant.
Hawaiian Commercial Sugar Com
pany vs the Waikapu Sugar Com
pany. Suit in equity for partition
and accounting. Appeal from the
decree of the Chancellor overruling
demurrer Ind plea in abatement.
Hatch for plaintiffs ; Hartwell-t.arter-Thurston
& Frear for defendant-appellants.
In re estate of Keaiiiahonui ; peti
tion of J Kane for revocation of the
will. Appeal from decision of Dole,
J, overruling demurrer and plea in
abatement. Ashford & Ashford-Hartwell-Carter
for petitioner ; Hatch
In matter of request by members
of the ba.r to fix a schedule of
charges by the Court stenographer
for his transcriptions.
The Queen vs Lui Self. Maintain
ing a lottery. Exceptions from Oct
ober term. Kaulukou for dufeudaut
appellanl. A SPRINTING RACE.
A novel foot race has been arranged
between two heavy-weight seafaring
men Captain Tee of the American
bark tfpnqtna, and Captain Rice of
tlio Hawaiian tug Eieu. Captain Lee
is the challenger, and, to judge from
his build, it is safe to say he will
make things lively on the cinder
path. His opponent is a gentleman
who never allows the grass to grow
under his feet when on the "go."
The sprint will take place on Satur
day evening on the stage of the Opera
House, after the concert, and will he
the linale of the evening's entertain
ment. Carpenters arc putting a lot
of extra braces under the stage to
guard against any accident which
might occur owing to tlie tremendous
weight of the two frisky skippers.
The winner will receive $20 and 'the
loser $5 in U. S. gold coin. Both
gentlemen are in active tiaining and
the race is creating no little excite
ment among the jolly tars along the
city front. Betting is running nearly
even, the odds, if any, being slightly
in favor of the Honolulu representa
tive. ANOTHER COINCIDENCE.
While the Bulletin representative
who was reporting the funeral of the
Bishop was riding the latter part of
the route in a carriage with a member
of Ihe Privy Council, this gentleman,
on being told of the coincidences of
the thirteenth and twenty-third car
riages being hacks 13 and 2Jf, men
tioned a coincidence that app'ears In
the n'aiuWof the sovereigns of Ha
waii. Il'jre it is:
K amehameha I.
L iholihol., (K. II.)
K auikeaouli, (K. III.)
L-iholihoIL, (K. IV.)
K amehameha V.
The coincidences is that of the ini
Uapett'er;lJ" alternating with "K"
all through. I'o keep It up thu ini
tial letter of the heir apparent, "Kai
uluni," maintaius the order by fol
lowing that of the reignitig sovereign,
AS A NERVE TONIC
ync II irnrnrd'H Anlil riiol!iuU,
Dr. S, L. Williams, Cluruupo.Iown,
say; "J "layo used l to grand effect
iq a cusp of neuralgic fover, and in
qturinu difficulties. Also, in cates
Where a general tonio was needed.
For a nerve tonio I think it is thu bebl
Lhavo over usod, and can recommend
it most confidently."
Leave orders on slate, Room 13,
Arlington Hotel, or at Ilohron &
Newman' a drugstore. Telephones:
428 Mutual and Bell.
7 2w" W. II. BENSON.
Picture FramoH muilu to
order from latest BtyloH o'
upuld,in(j;j, IteuoyuUou ot'
old pictures a specialty.
M UT tfl
COOD FOR COFFEEt
HiMtnll'M Itlnluit Hltiin rui- lhl ilrnl
lint nl tin; MntlitMM.
The Newcastle Dally Clnmilulc
recently said lo both "luololnllcpt
and tipplers" that "a better word
for coffee uud tea was never spoken
than that now bcaid from tho physi
ologist Piofe.HStir lleiin. Following
up tho researchcH of Opplor and
SucUsdorff he establishes by many
and careful experiments the power
ful antiseptic properties of rousted
coffee. He shows that cafeine, the
active principle of offec, is dcatli
lo micro-organisms, Hint infusions of
animal inntler in coffee mtiy he ex
posed to the air without gathering
mould, thai the bacilli of cholera
cannot live in coffee, and that, under
its inliueiict', thu microbes generat
ed in pus peiish forth with. The
gootl result of coffee in cases of
typhoid fever have been long known,
but they have been attributed to the
tonic effects of the cafeinu on the
nervous system. By Helm's show
ing, however, the said results are
largely due 'o the antiseptic proper
ties of coffee. Tlie same properties,
If to a less degree, are attributed to
tlieine, the active principle of tea.
In this connection we may remind
our readers of the resume we lately
gave of Galtier's experiments, show
ing that the disease giving-microbes
can live and thrive in alcoholic
I'm. meet you at the Brunswick,
Extua Minco Pies at tho "Elite."
C. J. McCarthy has lots
street for sale.
Button Holes made to order at No.
1 Garden Lane. 7-tf
The Brunswick aie thu only Billiard
Parlors in town. C-tf
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
SiiNituitN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
Homestead lots in South Kuna uru
oilum! by the Mi lister of the Interior
on tho usual terms.
Ik you want to save time and
nionuy buy your furniture, etc., at tliu
I X L, cornur Nuiianu and King
Found tho place to buy now and
second nand furniture of all kinds at
low prices, tlie I X L, coiner Nutiunti
and King street. 5-2w
Delicious coffee and chocolate will
be served every morning early at the
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwighcn,
& Cron, Hotel street. 1-tf
Drop a nickel in tlie blot and get
your weight black and white on a
neat card, all dono by .electricity at
thC'Elito" Icu Cream Parlors. 2-Ht
Get your boots and shoes made
and repaired by tho old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Tocnuies, on East
Hotel street. First-class work, low
Bedroom bots, wardrobes, ice boxes,
stoves, chairs, hanging lamps, rugs,
bureaus, cheffbuiurs, etc., sold cheap
for cash at the 1 X L, corner Nutianu
and King stieut. 5-2w
The announcement of tlio 17th of
March regatta on IVarl Harbor, under
the auspices of the Ouliu Railway and
Lund Co., speaks for itself. This
paper has previously described thu
prizes, and they are to bo seen at tho
Pacific Hardware Co.'s storo.
A CARD OF THANKS.
Very Rev. Father Leonor, pro
Vicar Apostolic, and his clergy wish
to express their heartfelt gratitude to
all the ladies who have so kindly
volunteered to attend the late Bishop
in his tyst illness. They, moreover,
wish to lender Ihcir siiiccrest thanks
lo all the Catholics and friends of
the Mission who, to show their
sympathy and to pay their last res
pects, lo the lamented Bishop, have
kindly assisted at his funeral. Also,
they cannot omit to tender their
grateful acknowledgments to the
ladies and gentlemen a. Us.1 of whose
names you',d be too long v. ho con
tributed and arranged the beautiful
decorations of the Cathedral and of
the bier and colllu of the lamented
NEW FIREMAN'S DEVICE.
Through the agency of tho Pacific
Hardware Company, the Honolulu
Firu Department has imported sui
improvement in connection between a
lire engine and. a hydrant, it is me
HayeaTatont Brass Hydrant Suction,
and has been got for tho engine of
Honolulu Engine Co. No. 1. The
device is a seiics of brass pipes con
nected with double joints, whereby
thu necessity is obviated of exact
adjustment of distance, between tho
cngiuo and, the hydrant. By its use
tbi engine may be within 18 inches
pf, or 7 feet from, the hydrant. The
saving of time In getting to woik at
a lire by this device is obvious, and
old No. 1 will now be bettor able
than ever to maiiuaiu its good recoul.
Every family should be provided
witli some leliablu medicine for bowel
complaints. A fair trial will con
vince any one that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrlnua Remedy
is without an equal; hcbides it is
pfcasant to take. 25 aud 50 cunt
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
sou, Smith & Co., agents.
When you want a Portrait
Enlarged cull on IUhk IWoh.,
Kut their iiiico ltt ami, huo
huiiii'Ii'm. '1 ey can't ho Vent.
"HE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
" me Dtinv iwiieuu. iu litino
KALAKAUA MONUMENT FUrtD.
Knmiii Bi i.m.tiv
Your ncenl alliiMnn t-. the Kiln
kaiia niontiini'iit Annl s eeiiMiiily
very timely mid to the p I. There
aru iiiatiy other suhsfiilHT" who also
wish to learn what Ims become of tho
funds. It Is idle for the committee
to reply, which the,' doubtless umy
do, Unit they me waiting for tuluiilB.
At thli inli we niiy wait until all tho
Mihierih in are in their graves. Tlie
criminal idea of raising from ten lo
li'eiu Hiiiiiainl dollars for a colossal
bHiiiii- ni:i he found iuipossiblu,
iieverlhi'U'xH tlu'ie are other inodlllcil
f n nii in which it could be carried
out in uveii way worthy of tho
limited resources of tills small king
dom. A colossal bust in bronze, for
instance, would hi no way be a
shabby token ol the respect of the
community lo their dead King. A
lull-length pot trait in oils by a good
uriist is iiiiiithi'i form which might
well be adopted, but whatever is
done should he done at once, as over
twelve months have now expired
since the King's decease.
Honolulu, Feb. 25, 1SU2.
Seven natives, male and female,
supposed lepers, arrived by the
schooner Kauikeaotili from Kohala,
Hawaii, this afternoon. Two of the
number show decided symptoms of
the dread disease, five have a few'
swollen specks on their faces, and
one, a young girl, to judge by her
looks, has not a sign of sickness,
leprosy or any other alllictiou. They
were all packed into a wagon and
conveyed to the Kaliht Leper Hospi
tal. Sam Ku, an agent of the Board
of Health, before having tlieiu re
moved asked if they desired any
thing to state it. A woman asked
for lish and her wish was gratified.
FROM HOTEL DELLONE.
Mr. C. W. Reed, proprietor of the
Hotel Dellone, Omaha, one of the
finest new and modem hotels in the
west, says of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy: "We have used it in our
family fofyears with tlie 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 bo free
from chloroform and the oily sub
stances put into many cough mix
tures." 50 cent and SI bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
If Utile Babies Could Write
What a host of grateful letters we would
receive. We're sure they would thank
us for the "3!i.pah" Nipple which we
have introduced for their benefit. This
nipple helps to prevent colic and is very
durable. Wu have sold some nearly
every day since wo told you about tliein.
Thoy know that sometimes bad foods
are palmed off on them. You may not
discover it until sickness reveals the fact.
You can alwuys procure fresh Mclllu's
Pood from us as wo have made arrange
ments to have a new supply come by
every steamer. The last "Australia"
brought a fresh lot which we can offer
you at fiO cents per bottle and S7 per
dozen for the large sl.o. We've Bulge's
Sugar of Milk h tlie tiling to use for
sweetening infant foods. Try it and be
Liuio Wutor Is used for acidity. We
mako It from one of the most approved
Of Nursing Bottles vc have several
kind. The Graduated Bottle you'll find
a great boon. Having a scale divided
into ounces enables you to be veiy accu
rate. Mothers will appreciate this in
vention. Then we have Nursery Soaps aud
Sponges, Puff Boxes, Puffs and Powder;
dainty little Infant Urn-lies and Fine
For gomo of the little baby's aches
and pains we have a long list of popular
Wo haven't tho space hete to enume
rate all thu requisites which we keep in
this line, but wu can supply your wants
just the same, for wo keep thein-all.
Remember we have a telephone. Bine;
up No. 1'Jd on cither line If you want
the Now Drug Store.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Cornur I'ort te Ivlntr i-t ivoIh.
MONEY TO BUILD HOMES.
"I F you have a lot,
I will build you a
X liotir-e, and
furnish tho money on
J. L. MEYBIt,
l'JO Fort street.
CC2; P.O. Hox'JS7.
Notice oi Annual Mooting-.
rpilE annual meeting of tho People's
JL Ice & Refrigerating Co. will bo
held on TUESDAY, March 1st, at '-'::!()
o'clock 1. m., at tlie otlice of Jonathan
Austin. G. P. CAS TLIO,
353 fit Secretary.
'pill' regular- annual meeting of tho
1 Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Co will bu
held at their olllco In Wuiluku, Maui, on
SATURDAY, .March 12, IS!I2, at 10
o'clock a. si. W. II. DANIELS,
3 in 231 Sectetary II. V. A T. Co.
BR AKE VANTE1
Wanted; nuint be 111
-uood order. Apply, stat
ing pilcu, to "U. W.," P. O. llox 178.
Pirewood Par Sate.
J K have just received a small lot of
VI Alireroha Hrowoou which wo
alo hi lots to suit roil cash,
"M1E stockholders of the Ilanalcl
. Sutrar Mill Company will plcato
take notice that u special meeting of tho
Couipuuy will be held at tho ollieu of (5,
Uruwur & Co., Queen Btrett, on MON
DAY, Feb. 2'J, 1HU, at 11 o'clock a. m
to consider Impoitaul btiaiuens.
Keciulary 11. 6. M. Uo.
Honolulu, Feb. 16, 16Q2
i02, 315 2w
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TihI'A. S'h ' Je55s i
Not through Ihe keyhole but walk in boldly and see what we have.
You probably think you know through our advertisements, bill you haven't
a soupeon of an idea; wu cannot tell you half the different things. These
ads are meiely invitations, though we in i'iently invite your inspection of
our HAVILAND CHINA aud FISCHi.R'S RANGES. We have two floors
and three warehouses tilled with good suu.i de to your wants.
Fort street, oppo. Ppreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
New Goods by
PLANTATIO X SUPPLIES,
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
(I'rom 1 Gallon to M10 Gallons).
JOT" We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote sptcial prices for anj' quantity.
PACIFIC HAIiDAVAHE CO., L'D.
READ THIS AND IV
UNLAUNDR1ED SHIRTS. Come and see there-enforced
Unlaundried Shirts that we arc selling for CO cents.
IVSEW'S UNDERSKIRTS. V liavo a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MEZN'S SOCKS- An immense assortment ill Unbleached, Hal
briggan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that wo are selling for 25 cents a pair.
MEtt'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-Hand and Ties of all kinds.
See our White P. K. Scarfs that wo are selling 2 for 25 cents;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, they are good value.
s BatHng Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds,
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR Tlllfl LEADING
1ST NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER. -XB
l O V ;V Ij
Tho. Event of the Season 1
SATURDAY EVENING, Feb, 27,
Coiniilliueutuiy llouellt to Mils. KKN'LS-
TINE GRAY, under thu dheeilon
of Piiok. II. HntOT.it.
Tho Programme will Include:
Songs, Dances, Music
Grand Ballet Dance !
With I.lmu Light Kffect.
Royd Hawaiian Orchoitm, Kawaiu
hao Choir, and ths
Best Local Talent!
BaT llox Plan for Hutervud SyaUat
L. J. Lyyijy'i, no,w ypjjn. tbl Ct
Late Arrivals !
Larp Miictii in Price !
1 am now prepared to sell those
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS
on l.lnt HI root.
Known as thu WILCOX LOTS," at a re
duced tlguie, and on liberal terms.
lay Intending purchasers will do woll
to call early.
3DI iw JAS. F. MORGAN
Steamer for Victoria & Portland
Will bo duo at this port from Chiuaaiid
Itquii on or about March Ut,
and will leao soon after for
Victoria & Sound Ports.
toT For tcrm of trclght and passage
352 iQi THKO. H. DAVIES St CO.