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ftrrivo Poarl City 5:0S
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Saw uiooii on thu '.;ili t nil Him. p. in.
l'lio 1 1 lint hl!iiiil for tliu pott 1st ulvun at 12li.
fllii. (Hoc. (iiiiilnluht) of (iiTcnulcli tltnuor
Hi, usm. iMsco. p. in. ot Itonoliilit Observatory
aline. It N Klvmi by tlio Htonin wlilstlo or tlio
Honolulu lMimliiK Mill, a tew (loots abovo
tliu Custom llouso. Tliu funic wlilstlo Is
sonmluu coiioctly ut Honolulu inuiiii noon.
Observatory nicililliin, or lull. aim. 2hco. of
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SATURDAY, FEB. 27, 1892.
Stmr Kaulu from Walanue
Holir Ka Moi from lluiimkna
Sinn .la Makee from Kauai
Ktmr Mokolii from Molokui
USS riii ii Francisco, 1!) days from Saji
Sehr Ka Moi for Paauilo at 2 p in
Stmr Kaula for Waiunue at 5 p m
CAKC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr W G Hill 1215 bng sugar, 55
bugs coffee, 28 head of caltle, 29
bundles hides, 74 bags awa and 150
xStmr Jus ilakue 2229 bags sugar, U4
bags rice, 20 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Mokolii bUu bags sugar, 12 calves,
VESSELS LEAVINC MONDAY.
Haw brig Douglas, Held, for San Fran
cisco Stmr C K Bishop for Kahuku and Puiui
luu at 2 p m
Stmr Jas Makee for Kauai at 4 p m
Stmr Jlokolil for Molokai at 5 p in
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr V
G Hall, Feb 201' l.ec, wife and child
ren, W P Femiell, E Bosewarne, A T
Atkinson, C Kaiser, Tlieo Wolff, J Ki
niuna and wife, Miss Kiuioua, K von
Tenipsky, O K Apiki, Dr L Hough. W
Seibeeker, Father Bualt, J Puul, A C
Pestaua, and 56 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Jas Makee, Feb
27-Col Z S Sp.ddlng, Geo E Fairchild,
T P Ilutchhison, On hong, and 12 deck.
- FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
II It M S Pheasant, Blair, from Esqui-
U S S Pensaeola, Kautz, from San
Am bk Sonoma. Lee, from Newcastle,
Am sehr Alice Cooke, Penhallow, from
Am 4-ma-?ted s,olr Tiansit, Jorgeuscii,
from San Krancisco
Am liktne Amelia, Ward, from Port
Am sehr Oceania Vance, from Newcas
tle, N S W
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II I M S Uiei, Mori, fiom Japan
USS Sail Francls-co, fiom sail Fran
clhco, duo any flay
S S Australia, Ilavward, from San Fran
cisco due J.iu2(J
Am bk Newsboyt Johnson, from New-
castle, N S W
Am 4-mai-tcd hclir E K Wood, from
' Newcastle, N 8 W, duo Jan 15
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, fiom Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am nil bk Morning Star, Mar 25, from
API wh'bk Jleiiuald, Mar 25. from Now
' liudford "' - x
Am wh bk allfoinia, Mar 25. from New
Am wh bk James Arnold, Mar 25, fiom
Bktuu Discovery from Sun Francisco
The Hawaiian brig Douglas Is receiv
ing bugur from the tcoouer Ka Moi.
j'ho American b.irk Sonoma lying In
hd'htieum received br tjrst'cbiitiigii
njent Of sugar toiday.
' 'Tup busy litlu steamer James Milken
returned from Ivaiial to-day with (sugar
lifter one day's uMepce. alio will ldiyo
aguili op Monday,
The bluiiint'r Mukolll wliioh urrlved
(his moiuliig brought 8 deck pusseugers.
The tern Oceania Vance is loading
sugar for San KruneUeo.
ZABLAN At Lalmina. Maui, Feb. 2:1,
1892, to the wife of Jos Zahlan, Jr,
H ihniglitor, l
JjlOUq iN- In this city, Feb. 20, lffia, to
hp wife of .iiinuK y Morgan, a son.
J'ACK-fu this eltv. Feb, 27. 18!12, to
to wfo of W. ;iuuu, n daughter.
KOBlNS-KAl'llANE At Walolilnii,
Kau. Hawaii, Jan. 30, 1892, F.dwurd
KriK'St Itoblns to Annie Kainolu,
elilisl daughter of the Hev. J. Kaii
liuue of Wuloliiiiu.
COOICK-Iu this city, Feb. 20, 1802,
Dorothea J. Cooke, Infant daughter
Of Chun. M, and Anna O. "Oookp,
ugud 0 mob, and 3 days,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Hot,. ',. S. Spalding, of KiMilin,
Kiuiui, is in town on business.
N. S.Sachk Iuim P. 1). corsets, wliicli,
ill fit) cents, liu claims can't lie lieut.
Tin: urlUt of tin Hawaiian Hard
wuio Co. takes ii turn nt ci unks to
duy. TlltiKK rase of drunkenness wore
disposed of in the Police Com I to-day.
J. F. Mokoan will hold an miction
ciilo of sucks of hurley on Monday ul
Thk bund will give its regular
Kutuidny ufternooii concert ut Emma
Thk landing of tliu lieavy inuoliin
cry from tliu bark Sonoma drew a
number of pcoplo.
Diamond Head, 12 in. Weather
hazy; wind, light north-east; four
whaler.- cruising oil port.
Mil. Peter Leu, manager of the Vol
:ano House, was a pussengor by the
itciiinur W. G. Hall yosloiduy.
Oiianok trees, roses, etc., are offered
by II. .1. Rhodes, an experienced hor
ticulturist, wlio lias just brought them
with him from (lie Coast. People
wauling to improve tlieir holdings
should bee IIicm.1 plants' at once.
St'KCtAL meetings of tlio Hawaiian
Agricultural Company and the lliina
lei Sugar Mill Co. will he hold Mon
day nt i he olliee of C. Brewer & Co.,
the former to take place at 10 and
tlio latter at 11 o'clock. Important
A KUl.i. rehearsal of .Mrs. Gray's
concert was held yesterday evening
in the Opent House. Every piece on
tlio piogruni was successfully gone
through, and an addition in the slmpe
of ti song by Simdfoid Bennett was
given. The concert promises to be a
The FnradiBf of the Pacific is out
again, in good season to he procured
fur the steamer Austialia's mail. It
contains portraits of Minister J. Mutt
Smith and the late Bihop of Olba.
Besides selections on many Hawaiian
subjects, there are two pages of edito
rials, personals, etc.
In an assumpsit suit biouglil by J.
Alapii), against Mis- H. Hart, in the
Police 'Court, judgment was rendered
yesterday in favor of defendant. The
suit was to recover payment for 12G
loads of earth at GO cents a load. De
fendant stated kIh: hud settled to Ala
pai's satisfaction and there was noth
ing owing. J. A. Magoon for plaintiff;
V. V. Ashford for defendant.
Thk lease of the Waikiki Villa pre
mises and the houses mid furniture
were bold at noon to-day by .1. F.
Morgan to C. A. Peacock for !?2150
Tho lease of the house adjoining
known as the McCulIy premises was
sold to G. W. Muci'uriuno for $100.
This place was bold under certain
conditions which somewhat reduced
competition for it. A horse and
phaeton went at $155.
KAUAI INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL.
A meeting of the directors of this
institution was held a few days ago
in the ollicc of the Hon. Murk P.
Robinson, and reports were made by
the secretary and treasurer for the
six months ending Dec. 31, 1801.
The number of boys then in the
school was 28. The girls' department
has not yet been opened, for want of
funds. The contributions to the
general funds of the school during
the six months amounted to 8M08.31.
Tuition fees received, 8308. Total
receipts, 81710.31. Besides this,
SIM have been received from the
proceeds of the concert given re
cently in Liliue by the Misses Dale
and Wing and othors. By vote of
the directors this sum has been de
posited in the Postal Savings Bank,
to serve, as suggested by the Misses
Dale and Wing, as the nucleus of a
fund for the erection of a new dorm
itory for the girls' department.
The largest contributions received
during the six months were $1000
from Hev. E. Bond, of Kohalu, and
a promise of $50 a month for two
years, from Mr. J. T. Waterhouse.
Her Majesty the Queen made a
donation ot $100. This is the second
time she lias given this amount. Her
subscription made in Boston was the
first contribution to the school and
was the means of bringing a number
of other donations.
In view of the iuterest which Her
Majesty has shown, the directors,
witi Her Majesty's permission, liavu
decided to name the new building for
the girls' department the Liliuokalani
To meet the current expenses and
touchers' salaries for the rest of the
school year ending in June, about
$2200 will ho needed.
THE SAN Fl!AN(!SC0.
Tlio twin-screw cruiser U. S. S.
San Francisco arrived this afternoon,
M days from San Diego.
The description of the San Krun
eispo, one of America's formidable
floating arsenals, is as follows:
Length overall, 328 feet; length on
water lino, 310 feet; mean draught
water, 18.8 feet; breadth, I'J.o feet;
displacement, 1082 tons; indicated
horsepower natural draught, 7i00j
indicated horsepower farced draught,
1, Of Wi; Slm,' 20.C knots; 'upmt
inpnt: tweve ij-inch brcecli-Joadjug
rilies ; four (l-pounder tapid, firing
guns j four llotohUias revolving can
non i one ! pounder rifle; two short,
Where are yon going
Sunday drive t'o morrow?
will rclvo von a noln'tor.
(Vive out through Kupiolaui Park and
areund the road in front of Diamond
Head and haye a jook at those lino
Aqua Marine beach lots, to he sold
by Mr. Morgan noxt Saturday. They
are the boss seaside sites,
Viittattnns of tlio Shott Pe
riod in LiitHudo.
Inquiring Into a Remarkable f'luso
of tlio Kaitli'. H'vement.
At the anniversary meeting of the
Itoyal Society of London, November
30, 181)1, Sir William Thompson pre
sided and delivered his annual ad
dress. An abstract of the address is
given in Nature for December 3d.
From this abstract the fo' lowing
paragraphs are taken. Further ex
planations of Litis matter may be
found in the "Publications oi thu
Astronomical Society of the Pacilic,"
vol. ii, page 135, and vol. iii, page
A fundamental investigation in as
tronomy, of great importance in res
pect to the priinury observatories,
mid of exceeding interest in connec
tion wth tidal, meteorological and
geological observations and specula
tions, lias been dellnitively entered
upon during the past year, and has
already given substantial results of a
most promising character. The In
tornalionul Geodetic Union, nt its
last meeting in the autumn of 1800,
on the motion of Prof. Foerster, of
Berlin, resolved to send an astrono
mical expedition to Honolulu, which
is within 0 dcg. to the opposite meri
dian to Berlin (171 dcg. west of Ber
lin) for the purpose of making a
twelve mouths' seiiesof observations
on latitude corresponding to twelve
months' analogous observations to be
made in the Koyal Observatory, Ber
li ii. Accordingly Dr. Marcuso went
from Berlin, and, 'along with Mr.
Preston, sent by the Coast and Geo
detic Survey Department of the
United States, began making latitude
observations in Honolulu about the
beginning of Jui.e, 1891. In a letter
from Professor Foerster, received a
few weeks ago, lie tells me that he
lias already received from Dr. Mar
cuso, at Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands,
a first installment of several hundred
determinations of latitude made dur
ing the first three months of the pro
posed year of observations ; and that,
in comparing these results with the
corresponding results of the Berlin
Observatory, lie finds beyond doubt
that, in these three months the lati
tude increased in Jforlin by one-third
of a second, and decreased in Hono
lulu by almost exactly the same
amount. Thus, wo have decisive
demonstration that the motion, rela
tively to the earth, of the earth's
instantaneous axis of rotation is the
cause of variations of latitude, which
had been observed in Berlin, Green
wich and other great observatories,
and which could not be wholly at
tributed to errors of observation.
This, Professor Foerster remarks,
gives observational proof of a dy
namical conclusion contained in my
presidential address to Section A of
the British Association at Glasgow in
187G, to the effect that irregular
movements Of the earth's axis to the
extent of half a second 11133' be pro
duced by the temporary changes of
sea level due to meteorological causes.
It is proposed tiiat four permanent
stations for regular and continued
observations of latitude, at places of
approximately equal latitude and on
meridians approximately 90 deg.
apart, should be established tinder
the auspices of tho International
Geodetic Union. The reason for this
is that a change in the instantaneous
axis of rotation in the direction per
pendicular to the meridian of any
one place would not alter its latitude,
but would alter the latitude of u
place 'JO deg. fiom it in longitude,
by an amount equal to the angular
change of the position of the axis.
Thus two stations in meridians differ
ing by 00 degrees would theoretically
suflice, by observations of latitude,
to determine the changes in the posi
tion of the instantaneous axis; but
differential results, such as those
already obtained between Berlin and
Honolulu, differing by approximately
180 degrees in longitude, are neces
sary for eliminating errors of obser
vation sulllcicntly to give sutisfucloty
and useful results. It is to be hoped
that England and nil other great
nations in which science is cultivated
will co-operate with the International
Geodetic Union in this important
The Chinese cook on board the
steamer Mokolii was arrested this
morning and charged with larceny of
$6 worth of groceries. The stolen
articles were exhibited iu the Police
Court room this morning when the
cook was arraigned for trial. They
consisted of tins canned tongue,
corned beef, hum, bottles of sauce,
nickels and other edibles. John '.a
I intended picine- wqs (liprufore spoiled.
I Wl. ..ii,ii 1A ..!,..! .1... ni.:
ii nun i,3ivun vv iii-mi mu uiiiiiuiiiuii
said, ho was under tlio influence of
suiushoo, and ul his request lie was
ruiniunlcd till Monday, when thu
fumes of tho liquor shall have passed
from his brain,
Tho Koyal Hawaiian Military Bund
will give a public concert at Cnnna,
Square this a(tcruoni, cqiiiuuncjig
ut'JsilO. To following is the nro
Overture Titus Moiut
I iitrodiictioii Carmen. HUul
Funtuidu Mosquito Dance.... Ellenberg
HeleotloH Harbor of .Seville . . . .Koslnl
Wuitz Thou and Thou.,... ....Strauss
(Jiiadilllo La (Jlng.ilo Coote
ST. ANDKKW'S UATIIKIHIAL.
Quinquagcsima Sunday. Cathedral
services: Holy communion, G:Jt()
a. in. ; morning prayer and Holy
Communion (choral) 11 a. in.;
evening prayer (Hawaiian) and ser
mon, 3:30 p. 111.; evening prayer
and sermon at 7:30 p. m.
Tho services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow will be as follows: Morn
ing prayer with sermon at 0:15 a.
in.; To Deiim, Jackson in F; An
them, "The Sun Sh.ilt be no Moie
I'hy Light," by Woodward; hymns
210aiHlL'28. Evening prayer with
sermon, G:30 p. in.; Anthem,
"Hearken unto me, O Lord," by
Sullivan; hymns 201 and 21.
BevvAlcx. Mnckintoh, pastor. All
aie cordially invited to these ser
vices. UKTIIKI. ilAU..
Tho Y. M. C. A. will conduct
evangelistic meetings in Bethel Hall
to night and Sunday night. Meet
ings begin 7:15 p.m. Everybody
heartily welcomed. Seat3 free. No
collection. Come and enjoy the
Y. M. O. A. HALL.
Gospel praise service on Sunday
from G:30 to 7:15)). 111. Subject:
"The Test of Salvation." John 8:21 ;
John 17:20-21; Acts 8:37. Young
men, seamen and working men are
especially invited. Meeting open
Low mass, G and 7 a. in. ; high
mass, 10 a. in. ; rosary and catech
ism, 2 p. 111. ; benediction of the
most blessed Sacrament, -1:30 p. in.
CKNTltAL UMOS CUUIICII.
Services at 11 a. 111. and 7 :30 p.
111. All are welcome.
THE CRAIN TRADE.
New York, Feb. G. W. E. Fergu
son of the New York Produce Ex
change, a recognized authority on the
statistics of the grain export trade
at this port, has just made his annual
report. The tables compiled show
an enormous increase of the grain
export trade at New York and a
dwindling away of American ocean
marine, the American merchant Hug
being driven off the seas by Great
Britain. The completeness with which
steam bus superseded sail in the
ocean-carrying trade ma.y be seen
f 10m the fact that of 1,238 vessels
which carried cargoes of grain from
this port during 1891, only fifteen
were sailing vessels. There were
shipped from New York during 1801
08,223,528 bushels of American grain
to feed the hungry mouths of Europe.
Not included in this were 200,377
bushels of buckwheat, which appears
in the statistics for the first time,
buckwheat never having been ex
ported before in any quantity. Of
1,238 shiploads, only twenty-five
were carried under the American
Hag. There are only four American
steamers left In the grain-carrying
trade, and these are old passenger
steamers of tho late American line,
which used to run from Philadelphia
under control of the Pennsylvania
Railroad. Great Biitain has the
lion's share of the world's carrying
trade, and no less than 702 shiploads
left this port under the British flag
I'll meet you at the Brunswick.
Extka Mince Pies at the "Elite."
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lililia
street for sale. 3-tf
Thk Brunswick aro tho only Billiaid
Parlors in town. G-tf
Aftkh shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Cu., Agents.
SiiNiitiHN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Sirlitb & Co.,
If you want to save time and
money buy your furniture, etc., at tho
1 X L, corner Nuuanii and King
streets. 5-2 w
Found tho placo to buy new mid
second mind furniture of till kinds at
lww piieo, to I X L, 001 iter Nnuanii
and King street. 5-2w
Uki.icious coil'eu and chocolate will
bo curved every morning early at tho
I'aliiee I co Cieuni Purlom, LudwigBcn,
it Cion, Hotel htieet. 1-tf
Gi:t your hoots and times made
and rupairod by tho old WaUuku
bh'iumnkur, L. Toetmiea, on Eu-t
Hote street- Fiiutoluss work, low
Dkdkoom sets, wardrobes, ice boxes,
stoves, chairs, hanging lumps, rugs,
bureaus, chellbuieiri, etc, sold cheap
for cash at tlio I X L, corner Niiuunu
and King street. 5-2w
Yoiino Nat, 73 King Streut, next
door to John l'lullips, imports and
keeps constantly in stock tho cltoioest
brands of Manila and Havana Cigars,
guiiruntood to he genuiuo; also, Ci
garettes, Tpluieco, Pipes, etc. No old
stock on the shelves. 1 wish to notify
my friends and patrons that I huvu 110
connection with the cigar storo on thu
DOG CATCHER NOT IN IT.
Loud and excited ciies of "Papa,
papa," on King street this morning
drew a number of people oiit doors
to see what it was about. It turned
out to be a, little girl hugging a pet
dpg, wh.Hu a policeman was trying to
laaso it, The little ono iimdo trucks
for home as fast as she could go with
the dogmun after her. l'apa came
rushing out, but his assistance was
not neoded, us tho little girl outstrip
ped the man and gained tlio house.
There she stood with a grin of satis
faction while the policeman retired
to seek tngless animuls elsewhere.
Sim Wn Herolr In Hrr Wiiy.
A Routuwliftt amusing incident oc
curred at an Kiitjlish provincial theater ,
during a pcrforuiauco Of "Called H.u-k." ,
Early in tlio evening an old lady took
up her pit in the balcour and concen
trated her attention on the play. When
Antony received his coup do graro at
tho hands of Macari tho lady became
very excited and fainted. Slio wiw
taken down to tho vestibule, and on re
covery it was suggested she should loavo
tho theater. This, however, she de
clined to do, being anxious to wltnest,
us she put it. "the beautiful play."
She accordingly returned to her neat,
apparently well. Tho vision sceno" in
Act 1 next prnv -d t o much for her, and
again she faliitcl. One inoro restora
tives were applied, and sho declared her
intention of st iving to tho end. Nothing
occurred in Act 11 to nrouso her sympa
thies, but tho .Siberian scono in Act III,
in which Dr. t'eneri shuflles olf tho mor
tal coil, again tqw't her neves, and once
more she tainted By this time tlio man
atfomclit h 1 1 had enough of the thing,
and the old ludy was sent away in a cub
to lii-r teiitleiiiv. in t far off. Jester.
t 1 n
1 n iv
1 '.1 in. n 1
What a host of grateful letters we would
leeeive. We're suro they would thank
us for the "Mlzpuh" Nipple which wo
have introduced for their beuellt. 'VM
nipple helps to pi event colle and Is verv
durable. Wo have sold some neail'v
every day since we told you about theni.
They know that sometime, bud foods
are palmed off on them. You muy not
discover It until sickness reveal the' fact.
You can always procure, fresh Mellln's
Fond from us as we have made uirange
ments to have a new supply eonie liv
every steuiner. The last "Australia"
brought a fresh lot which we can offer
you ut CO cents per bottle and 87 per
dozen for the large size. We've Uidge'.s
Sugar of Milk I the thing to ihc for
sweetening Infant foods. Try it and lie
Lima Water is le-ed for acidity. We
make It from one of the most approved
Of Nursing Bottles we huvo several
Mnd. The Graduated Bottle vou'll llnd
a great boon. Having a "ca'le divided
into ounces enables you to be veiy accu
rate. Mothers will appreciate this in
vention. Thou we have Nursery Soap anil
Sponges, Puff Boxes, Puffs anil Powder;
dainty little Infant Brushes and Fine
For (joine of the little buby's urhe
and pains we have a long list o'f popular
We. haven't the space lieie to euume
rate all the leipiisites which we keep iu
tins line, but we can supply your wants
just the same, for we keep them all.
Remember we have a telephone. King
up No. 128 011 ehher line if you want
the New Drug btore.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner K'ort fc Ivliitr "treeth,
Orangu Tressjoses, Etc
l have just returned from the Coast
and have brought with me a
line lot of
Washington or Riverside, Navl and
Mediterranean Sw et
ORANGE r.V LC TiC I
Also, a lot of Extra Fine
VAHIETIKS OF HOSES !
And other things. They can be .seen on
Alakcu Btrcet, above King, wiieie I will
be daily from S a. si. to 5 r. si.
SCGjJt H. J. RHODES.
ijittfl Me Bazaar
I. ute A. Ii. Smith's Store.
To the Public of the Hawaiian Islands.
QUR STOCK OF
Domestic Paper Patterns
And all Sewing Machine accessories i3
now as complete as it is possible to keep
them. Full and complete stock of
Blank Books, School, Note and Fxereise
Books, Pens, Slates, etc., etc,
the ciiKArr.ST i.i.Ni: or
GUITARS and MANDOLINES
Croquet Sets, Lawn Tennis,
Rackets & Balls, Base Balls,
Bats, Caps, (Roves, etc
A Woiti) Aiiout Pnicnsl Expoiieiico
proves that it costs 10 percent to keep
hooks, and at least ft percent for bad
debts, tho result is wo wish to i-et our
selves straight with the public,
t& Those whq pay cash huvo no right
to be charged tho abovu 15 percent, anil
we huvu determined to do business thu
same way as is dono In San Francisco
011 a CASH BASIS only.
Our prices will thus bu as low as pur
chasing for cash can muku them, ami wo
feel that thu public will not bu long In
Uniting out thu difference.
W. F. REYNOLDS,
$500 REWARD !
SOMR irrosponsiblo rascals huvo cir
culated what purpoits to bo clip
pings from thu New Yoik Herald of
January 2ft, 18i)2. Tho article slan
ders tho Nkw Youk Lti'K Inhukakck
Company and piobubly the cowardly
woik of competitors. Tlio iMio of
tho Now York Herald contains noth
ing liku il and no other notice thin
that President Beyrs is likely to ho re
tained. This tends to refute all slan
ders uguiiiht thu Company.
I now oiler a rowurd of Five Hun
dred Dollura for the discovery of tho
authorship of the lying statement and
forgery diistrihiitcfl in these Islands
concerning tho Nkw Youk Luk In
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General Agont for the Hawaiian Isl
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THE WEEKLY BULLET IN -as
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matters, Mulled to foreign countries,
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Of every sort abound wherever civilization penetrates. The individual
above is the crank mo-t liked by the fair sex hccHUve ho thinks be has a
machine which, by lllliug the cylinder with bilks, ribbons, straw and llowers,
and turning tho crank he can instantly produce an assoitincnt of hats and
bonnets. We're cranks on the subject of good nrticlcs in the hardware
line. It pays to be cranky when it brims such things into the Kingdom
as thu FISCHER STKKL I.ANGK u.d li.WILAND CHINA.
RAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Ban", It.-inlnlu.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
New Coods by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils Sl Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BKST QUALITY.
(From I Gullnii to S00 Gallon).
fltajr We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and arc
prepared to quote special prices for a 113 quantity.
PACIFIC 1IAKDWAKE CO., L'w.
Gentlemen Attention !
RUAl) THIS AND IT WILL G1VB YOU A POINTER.
USMLAlUNDRIED SHIFTS. Come and see the re-enforced
Uulaiindried Shirts that we are selling for GO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. We have ti full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
ftflEN'S SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
briffgan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Hock that we are selling for 25 cents a pair.
MEiVS NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Fotir-in-Hand and Ties of all kinds:
JSy See our White P. K. Scurfs that wc aro selling 2 for 2ft cents;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, they are good value.
Mod's Batting Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street,
HOLUSTEft & CO.,
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING-
W NKW GOUUS BY KVKHY STKAMUU. "a
If O Y A L
The Event of the Season
SATURDAY EVENING, Feb, 27,
Compllinoiiturv Heueili to Miss. Kit NICO
TINIC GRAY, under lliiidliectlon
of Puor. 11. Bmiouit.
The Programme will lueludu:
Songs, Dances, Music
n .1 Tin-i. t i
vtra.Tin n . m jh.thir
with Lime Light Effects.
Roy.l Hnwaiitn Ocche.trj, Kawai-.-luo
Choir, and tha
Best Local Talent !
tfflr Box Plan for ReM-rved Heats at
I L. J. Levey's now open. 351 Ot
3&5 1 1 IprQ
Late Arrivals !
Large Redncii ii Price !
1 am now prepared to ell those
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS
Ml ICIiik Ktrmsl,
Known us the "WILCOX LOTS," at a re
duced liguio, and on liberal terms.
fdiY- Intending purelmserB will do well
to call early.
3M iw JAS. F. MORGAN.
Mm fw Yictoria & port(aad
TheS S. ZA.MBESI
Will he duo at ibis port from China and
Japan on or about March Ut,
and will leave soon after for
Victoria Sound Ports.
tUf For terms of Height and passage
' U52 lot THE0. H. DAVIE8 & C0