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MONDAY, FEB. 29, 1892.
, , A8RIVALS
Schr Kulaiuanu fioin IColiala
Krhr Kawailanl from Konlati
Stmr Walnianalo from .Maui
Stmr Claudlno from Hawaii
Mmr Mlkaliaa from Ka til
Stmr Iwaliini from Han.akua
Stun- Hawaii I10111 liamnkua
iStmr Waialuale from llamakiia
Stmr Lclma from llamakiia
Sohr Moiwahinc from Koliala
BUtno IM-covory from dan FiaucUco
llawbiig Douirlas, Hciii, for San Fran
cisco Stmr J R Bishop for Kahukii and Puna
luu at 2 pm
tilnir.l A Cummins for Koolau
Htnir Jas Makuu for Kauni at -1 p m
jStmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
tichr Kauikenoull for IColiala
Schr 1-uka for Koliala
Si'hr Maty E Foster for Makaweli, Kauai
sSehr Kawailani for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
S S Austuilia. Uoutlluttc, for Sau Fran
cisco Am schr Oceania Vance, for San Fiau-cii-co
Stmr V G Hall for Maui anil Hawaii at
10 it 111
Stmr I.ehua for Xuu aud l'apaikou. at B
StmrMlkahaln for Kauni at 5 p 111
Stmr Claudinu for Maui
Schr Ka 5loi for Paauilo at 2 p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mikahala 52S5 bags sugar, 8 green
hides, 10 sks pia, 100 sks rice and 1
Stmr ClaudiiR' l'.i,071 bags siifiar, 110
bags cm 11, 127 bugs taro, yo bags
potatoes, llii plg fctnuli ie.s.
Stmr Iw.'ihiiii 5-J08 b.igi sugar,
Stmr Waiulealu :t(iU5 bags sugar.
Stmr l.eliua 2500 bags sugar.
ritinr Hawaii 0100 bags sugar.
From Maui, per stmr ( laiidinc, Feb
28 MUs L Haaheo, I. Kcalii. C YAiona,
Aiu, His ICx Mtuil I'aikur and wife, iss
Mary Ulil, Hon I, W V Kauealii, Hon
Juo Jtichaidson, Sirs Wallace, Mrs
Jjldrcilgc, Miss lloupil, Mis Limiahci
liel, Hon 11 1' Baldwin, Hon W H (Joru
wull, K Cattou, Dr Laidlaw, P S Taylor,
Hon (J V Ashford.Tom Dow and wife,
O Mitig Hym, S-in Mug, (J A man aud 51
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Feb
28 Hon A Dreiur, Francis Guv, Miss K
Gay, Charles Gay, It XV T Purvis and
wilo, Mis M S Uifu, II G Mason, D N
Johnson, It Zurbe, Mr Thoul, James
Edwaids, Awana and 117 deck
From San Francisco, per bktuo Dis
covery. Feb 2811 L Field
Thu brig Geo II Douglas, Held nvistor,
sailed this afteruo'iii with tlio following
cargo: 478 1 baas sugar, C Hrewer & Go;
HOOD bugs sugar, T II Davius & Co.
Weight of cargo, ill-1,230 jiouiuls, value,
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Sun FruiicUi'o, Itear-Ailmlral
ISrowii, from San Diego
II 1! M S Pheasant, Blair, from Ksijul-
IT S S PeiiMicola, ICauU, from San
Am bk Souoiuu. I.co, from Newcastle,
N S V
Am schr Alice Cooke, Ponhallow, from
Aiu4-masti-d schr Tiauslt, .lorgensen,
fiom San Francisco
Am bktuu Amelia, Ward, fiom Port
Am hk ICdward May, McGlurc, from
Am Ilk Colusa, Uacktis, from San Fran
cisco Am liktuu Discovery, 1) MoXet 1, from
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Hud, Mori, from Japan
U S S San Franclhco, fiom ;an Fran
cisco, due auy day
S S Australia, Haywaid.froin ban Fran
cisco due Jan 20
Am bk Xowsboy, Johnson, from New
castle, N S V
Am 4-mastcd schr E IC Wood, from
Newcastle, N S W, duo Jan 15
Am lik Amy Turner, Johnson, fiom Iios
toii, Jan. 10-15
Am wit bk Morning Star, Alar 25, from
Am wh bk Mcimald, Mar 25, from New
Am wh bk ( alifornhi, Mar 25, from Now
Am wh bk James Arnold, Mur 25, fiom
" The bin konilito Discovery, Captain I)
McNeill. 111 rived at noon on Sunday, Feb
28th, with 11 ciirgo of general freight
fiom Sau Francisco. She is at anchor
in tlio stieam.
Tlio .'1-niiistcil schooner Hcululi, dipt
() Johuou. of Sau l'riini'ico, 111 lived on
the 2.I1I lust, 21 days fiom Sau Pedro,
Cal, in ballast, to load sugar for Hawai
ian Commercial and Sugar 1 'o.
'l'ho b'likcntluo ltobeit Sudden, Cnpt
Ulberg, left port on the 27th lint having
on boiml 1)50 tons sugar, valued at
ijiOS,'?" 78 besides about 1011 tons sugar
brought from Honolulu. Dcpaitcd 011
the sanio day 4 mastc) schooner K K
Wood. Capt N C I.aisen, with St)2 tons
sugar, va'ne, 8')4,777.:i5
The brlgaiitlnc Jim I) Spr'-ckcl, Papt
Christiansen, left San Fraucicooutliul2
Inst, liomid for Kahuhii, anil is expected
to arrive at auy time. The schooner
Sadie is loading sugar for II C it S Co.
and will probably leave on tlio 1st or 2nd
ltOUIN-'ON At Pala, Mnul. Fob. 21st,
to the wife of II. P. Robinson, a
TAYI.Olt-WEllt At St. Andrew's
Cathedral, Honolulu. Feb. VII, by
llev. Alex. Mackintosh, Mr. Joseph
I). Taylor to Mrs. Isabella Weir of
ISKXBEItG At Lihue, Kauat,ll a. 111.,
Satmday, Feb -'7, Mrs. Carl Ien
uerg. Itiu led at it o'clock Sunday.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tin-: Scottish Thistle Club will moot
Admiral Biiow.N'a familiar features
are seen again in Honolulu.
Thk police weio to receive their
monthly pay this afternoon.
No i.Ksb than fourteen whalers weic
Been oil' Molokai the pust week.
Tin: Government watercarts are out
again after a housing of several
Kink cases of diunkennes.s were dis
posed of in the Police Court this
Hon. C. V. Ashford returned
from Maui on the steamer Claiidinu
A SYvrnMATio overhauling is being
made in the ltoad Supervisor's de
paitmeut. The San Francisco is connected
with the Mutual telephone system.
Call by name.
J. F. Mouoan will hold a sale of
jewelry and clocks on Thursday at
Thk Minister of Interior ofl'ers
homestead lots on Hawaii under cer
The charity luaif to bo given by the
Queen Dowager will take place on
Saturday, March 5th.
Diamond Head, 15 p. m. Weather
clear; wind light northeast; six
whalers lying ull' and on.
Tin: People's Ice & Itefrigerating
Co. will meet to-morrow at the office
of Jona. Austin at '.1 :30 o'clock.
The steerage Ubt of tho steamer
Australia was full this- morning, and
no more tickets would bj issued.
Citowus of people (locked to the
city front on Sunday to view one of
America's latest additions to her
Tin: old Pali road has been widened
and othciwisc repaired, and b now
nlili.ed instead of the now one, lower
David Dayton, President of the
Board of Health, has a notice in this
issuu to those who have not been vac
ciuatcd. Mit. 11. L. Field, an English archi
tect, was a passenger on the barken
tine Discoveiy fiom Han Francisco
A meeting of the friends of Gen.
S. C. Armstrong called for this even
ing has been postponed till next Mon
Miiii. E. Ghav has started a dancing
school in Anon hall, where all who
delight in the fantastic can be ac
commodated Cai'tain Cleveland, of tho whaler
Bayliss lying oil' and on outside, came
ashore this morning to stretch his
limbs on land.
J, F. Mouoan held a sale of Hawai
ian curiosities at his salesroom this
morning, for thu especial benefit of
The Uoyul Hawaiian Band will give
a grand concert complimentary to the
visiting tourists at tho Hawaiian
Hotel this evening.
A HKi'OUT from Koolaupoko says a
similar a flair to thu Lauai horror took
place there I itely. Further informa
tion could not bo had of the rumored
Theuk is a baud oil board thu U. S.
flagship San Francisco. It played at
thu dropping of tho anchor 011 bur
arrival. Combined band concerts may
now bo expected.
Mits. I. Weir, sister of Mr. Sinclair,
was married this morning at St.
Andiow's Cathedral, to Mr. Jos. 1).
Taylor. Only lolatives and intimate
friends wore present.
An American quarter of 1892 was
exhibited by a native on tlio wharf
Saturday. It did not have the ring
in it, but a Yankee sailor said it was
all right, so it must be.
The S. S. Australia leaving to-morrow
will carry away among others tho
Raymond tourists, who for thu past
fow weoks have been visiting points
of intcicet in tlio Paradise of thu
L iikL. Waud has resigned the cap
tainship of thu llculaai boat club.
Thu iiamo of thu new captain is not
yet known, but hu'll be expected to
make things lively in the upproach
MRS. GRAY'S BENEFIT.
An i:collciit Concert to n )rivileil
Mn. Gray had the gratification of
seeing a full house 011 the thing of
tho curtain at liir concert in the Op
era House Satiirriny evening. The
Qiiuui, Governor Cleghoru, (.'liainlicr
lain ltobcrivon ami ladies of the
court wore In the royal box, and
Hon. W. G. Irwin's box was occupied
by Mrs. Irwin ami several guests.
An overture, "The Eagle's Nest,"
well played hy the Royal Hawaiian
Orchestra on the stage, opened the
event. Mr9. E. Gray then sang "An
nie Laurie" beautifully, receiving a
cordial reception from the auditors.
Capt. E. Iti id of the brig Douglas in
the song "Mary and John" made a
hit. He was besieged on the stage
by a procession of friends to present
him with bouquets, aud the way burly
Capt. J. Lee of the Sonoma mounted
the bridge with his tribute was as
good as the song. Tho tuneful skip
per was recalled and gave "That is
Love," his good voice and the fact
that lie had been in the South Seas a
long while making the selection ex
cusable. The little girls who had various
parts did well aud were heartily ap
plauded. Miss Tillio Walker was
attractive and sprightly in her song
and dance, "Pretty as a Pink,"
dressed as a young man of the
period. Misses II. Smith, A. Clark
and II. Lemon gave the ballet dance
in costume, which was a feature per
formed by them in "Iolanthc."
I'licsc four girls previously mention
ed joined in a Spanish dance, play
ing tambourines aud castonels, in
happy style. Miss I lassie Lemon
gave an engaging exhibition of the
sailor's hornpipe in costume.
Mr. Sanford Bennett was enthusi
astically encored for his song, "If I
were u knight," and giving a cjmic
song on the gripe-giving pie was
called out again, but he modestly
confessed his repertoire for the occa
sion was exhausted. Air. G. Rit
man, in burnt cork guise and thrum
ming a banjo, gave a series of topi
cal songs which set the house roar
ing. A native choir in two appear
ances was recalled, its singing being
very melodious. The bandmen con
tributed three songs by request, with
solo, chorus and orchestra, which
gave undiluted joy.
There was disappointment over
tlio nomappcaiancc of Mrs. Addie
V. Rice of New York, who it appears
had been taken suddenly ill.
Tho gross proceeds were S28I, ex
penses 8101.15 ; net returns, $182.
55. U. S. F. S. SAN FRANCISCO.
The following is a list of the ol!
ccrs qf the U. S. F. y. San Francis
co : -
Rear-Admiral George Brown, U.
Captain W. T. Samson, Chief of
Lieutenant George L. Dyer, Flag
Ensign George P. Blow, Secretary
Chief Engineer Philip Inch, En
gineer of the Fleet.
Medical Inspector John II. Clark,
Surgeon of the Fleet.
Pay Inspector W. Goldsborough,
Paymaster of the Fleet.
Captain William S. Muse, Fleet
Lieut. -Commander 1$. F. Tilley,
Lieutenant Jefferson F. Moser,
Lieutenants Albert C. Berry, Win,
C. Babcock, Tcinplin M. Potts, Le
roy M. Garrett, (J. G.)
Ensigns Charles McCormick.Geo.
N. Hayward, llenr' K. Benham, Jas.
Naval Cadets Alon.o Gartley,
Geo. W. Williams, William A. Snow,
T. C. Trcadwell.
Passed Assistant Surgeon John M.
Assistant Surgeon Lcckinski W.
Passed Assistant Engineers Ed
gar T. Warburton, George W. MoHI
roy. AbsistantEngineers Robt. B. Hig
gins, William W. Bush.
Gunner William llalford.
Carpenter Edward W. Smith.
Fleet Pay Clerk L. Henry.
Pay Clerk J. S. Mitchell.
Dk. McLennan, the well-known
specialist .of San Francisco, Onl., re
cently arrived huiu with his family,
Iiiih opened olliccs at No. Ill Richards
street, opposite thu Royal Palace.
Tho Doctor bus had fifteen yeais of
unprecedented success at tho Bay
City, having among his patients
many of our leading citizens to whom
hu can now refer.
Tho Doctor's specialty is the treat
ment of all chronic, dillieilU and lin
gering disease, ami ho invites all so
alllictcd to visit him. Refers hy per
mission to Mr. J. T. WatorhouhU, Sr.
Medical ami surgical electricity a
specialty. '.'M lm
AS A NEIwTtONIC
IImc Hiii'Mririt'H Arid I'liix-pr.ute.
Ill SV I. Wll.l.l A MM nitinowo liiivn
f - " I W....W..WW, ....,
says: "I have used it to grand effect
ill 11 uur-u in iii-iiiiiigiu lever, llllll ill
uterine difficulties. Also, in cases
where a general tonic was needed.
For a nerve tonic 1 think it is thu best
I have over used, mid can recommuud
it most confidently."
Leave orders on slate, Room 18,
Arlington Hotel, or at Hobrou &
Newman's diugstoro. Telephones:
128 Mutual and Bell.
7-2w W. II. BF.NSON.
A new use has been found for the
waters of tho Dead Sea. It has been
discovered that they will kill microbes
aud they will be used in French hospitals,
THE NEW DREDGE.
Trial of 1 he lrill 11 ml l'niiii mi
All the machinery of the mammoth
Schmidt dredge was running on Sat
urday. It worked with as much
smoothness as should bo expected
of new mechanism only a slight
grinding of the hush near the drill
This dredge is an interest
ing invention. It works differ
ently from anything for the same
purpose ever seen here before. The
plant is a combination of drilling
and pumping apparatus. A large
and strongly built hull contains two
boilers each (! feet in diameter and
12 tons weight, a powerful pumping
engine, silt face condenser, steam
winch for lalsing unci lowering the
drilling apparatus, coal hunkers,
water tank, etc.
The drill is at the end of a massive
frame and consists of cutters set
spirally around a shaft something
like those of a wood pinning machine.
An engine to operate tho drill is set
on a platform at the upper end of
the ill ill frame. The cud of a suc
tion pipe leading from the pumping
works is brought to a chamber en
closing the butt of the drill. As the
material is cut away by the ill ill on
the bottom to be excavated, it is
drawn into the pipe along with a pow
erful stream of water. This stream is
discharged at the rear of the dredge
into a pipe line that conducts it to
the place of deposit, it may be thou
sands of feet awa. At full speed
the stream has an ejective force of
17 feet a second, or 2820 feet a
minute. It is easy to imagine thai,
with only a small percentage of solid
material being drawn into the stream,
a great deal must be cariied off at
this speedy rate of transmission.
By means of the condenser a great
economy of fresh water for the boilers
is effected, as the steam when it does
its work is thereby converted into
water again. Mr. 11. Mcintosh, Sup
erintendent of Public Works, and
Mr. J. Dyer, ageut .of the Risdon
Iron Works, the contractors for the
plant, inspected the running of the
machinery, and were satisfied with
the results. It will be a red letter
day for the port of Honolulu when
the bar at the entrance, which is a
serious embargo on its commerce,
will have been made a thing of the
past as there is good reason for
hoping will soon be accomplished
by the use of this modern mechani
I'm. meet vou at the Brunswick.
Extka Mince Pies at thu "Elite."
C. J. McCahtiiv has lots on Liliha
street for sale. !J-tf
Tup Brunswick are thu only Billiard
Pallors in town. (i-tf
Aftek shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agent.
Suniiijkn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Delicious coffee aud chocolate will
be served every morning early at the
Palace Ice Cicam Parlors, Ludwigsen,
it Cron, Hotel street. I-tf
Get your boots and shoes made
and repaired by the old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Tommies, on East
Hotel street. First-class work, low
Young Nai-, 711 King Street, next
door to John Phillips, imports aud
keeps constantly in stock the choicest
brands of Manila and Havana Cigars,
guaranteed to be genuine; also, Ci
garettes, Tobacco, Pipes, etc. No old
stock on tlio shelves. I wish to notify
my friends and patrons thai 1 have no
connection with the cigar store on the
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. tsSf Call and examine our stock.
FROM HOTcL DELLONE.
1 Mr. C. W. Reed, nronrietor of the
Hotel Dclloue, Omaha, 0110 of the
finest new aud modern hotels in thu
west, says of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy': "We have used it in our
family for years with the most satis
factory result, especially for our
children, for colds and croup. It can
he depended upon ; besides It is
pleasant to take aud seems to be free
fiom chloroform and the oily sub
stances put into many cough mix
tures." 50 cent aud SI bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
Ome Tmsjoses, Etc
I have just returned from tho Coast
aud have brought with mu a
line lot of
Washington or Riverside Nav.l and
Mediterranean Sw 0.
O l V N G 10 'X' It 10 JW w :
Alet), a lot of Extra Kluo
VAIUKTIKS OF UOMKM !
And other tilings. Thny can hu seen 011
Alakea street, above King, wliuie I will
bu dally from 8 A. si. to 5 i 11.
aouat H. J. RHODES.
In the matter of the four Bolster
minor children, before Cliief-Justico '
Jtidd this morning, thu Court allowed
the sum of $.191.00 to he paid the
widow for suppim of the four minor
children since Ihu death of the intes
tate, subject, however, to the sum of
891.12 duu Chas. Ilustace for food
supplies furnished. Tito sum of
$2,870 00 was then paid to the Riglil
Rev. Bishop Willis as the guardian
of said minor children. W. O. Smith
for toe application: guardian In pur- '
Ili'fure Mr. .Iiif ice ltieki-rton the
I dlowing ca-cs were disposed of:
In ib in-liter of the bankruptcy of
Kong lie Fung of Waianae, Oahu,
after heating In o-vii admissions, the
Court adjudged him bankrupt and
Fiiduy next was appointed for pi oof
of el dins and elect ion of all assignee.
C. W. A-hfmd for Tong On Jan -Ac
Co., of Honolulu, petitioning credi
tors In the matter of the assumpsit sttil
tiled by s. E. Pierce agaiiwt Mrs.
(.amlinc K. Bolster, alter hearing
proofs, the Cotut ordered that judg
ment be entered against defendant
for the sum of S727.IG, together with
one month's interest at the legal rate.
Creighton for plaintiff ; no appearance
of or for defendant, who is defaulted.
C. K. Nahaolelua vs. Ivaahu et al.,
is being heard before Mr. Justice
At the Hawaiian Hotel, this even
ing at 7::i0, the Royal Hawaiian
Military Band, Professor II. Berger
leader, wjll give a complimentary
concert lo the visiting tourists who
depart on the S. S. Australia to
morrow. The following program will
March Imperial City i-'cliramiiiel
Ovciture Seinlrainiiiii Ilnegiut
M isereru -1 1 Trovntoro Verdi
Selection -"Norma Bellini
Poll Pmnehana. Like no a Like. Main
i ke An.
Reminiscences of Auher Godf 1 ey
Patrol Mount Guard Kilenberg
Waltz Over the Waves Roses
Galop Vivat Zlkoff
UARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. Gray begs to thank the pub
lic for their kind patronage on Satur
day night, and the performers for
their generous aid.
What a host of grateful letters we would
receive. We're sure they would thank
us for the "Mi.pali" Nipple which we
have introduced for their benellt. This
nipple helps to prevent colic and is very
durable. We have sold some nearly
every day since we told you about them.
They know that sometimes bad foods
are palmed off on them. You may not
discover It until sickness reveals the fact.
You can always procure fresh Melllu's
I' oou lrom us as wo Have made ill rango.
incuts to have a new supply conic by
every steamer. Thu last "Australia"
brought a fresh lot which we can offer
you at r.0 cents per bottle and -$7 per
dof.en for the largo size. We've llidgu's
Sugar of Milk U the thing to use for
sweetening infant foods. Try it and be
Limu Water Is used for acidity. We
make It from one of the most approved
Of Nursing Bottles we have several
kinds. The Graduated Bottle you'll ihnl
a great boon. Having a scab; divided
into ounces enables you to bo voiy accu
rate. Motheis will appreciate this in
vention. Then we have Nursery Soaps ami
Sponges, Puff Boxes, Puffs aud Powder;
dainty little Infant Brushes and Fine
For some of tho little baby's a' lies
and pains we have a long list of popular
We haven't the spaco huie to enume
rate all the teipiUItes which we keep hi
this jlne, but we can supply your wauls
jii-l the same, for we keep thniii all.
Remember we have a telephone. Ring
up No. 428 on either line If you want
the New Drug Stole.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner fori A: K.I11K ittruoiH.
$500 REWARD !
SOME irresponsible rascals bavo cir
culated what purports lo be" clip
pings fiom tho Now York Hciald of
January 25, 1892. Thu articlo blun
ders thu New Yoiik Like Inkuiianoi:
Comi'ANY and is probably tho cowardly
work of competitors. The issue of
thu Nuw York Herald contains noth
ing like it ami no other notice than
that President Beers is likely lo bo le
tained. This tends to refute all slan
ders against the Company.
I now offer a reward of Five Hun
dred Dollars for tho discovory of tlio
authorship of the lying statement and
forgery distributed in these Islands
concerning tho New Yoiik Like In-
C. O. BURGER,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. :irr im
II AW (HI IllMlll III t.lll.
fcfr-r-rsv- 1 tie Hrltiiln," Honolulu,
TiSfiSM5 ",,ml U'diforiila Mules
rScJV '""" ' to yiir "Id, many
01 which will wcluli rioiu
100O to 1100 lbs. each; 1 Thoroughbred
Ilolbtuin Hull 'i years old Uth of iic.m
March; 1 Half .Jersey Hull a years old
next May, 5 or 0 Impelled Uo, all
gentle, yoiuiK ami have hud calves within
past two months. Also, for want of 11.-0
and all as good as new, 1 -'-heated Cov
ered Carriage, with polo mid shaft ami
Double Harness; 1 Liuht 2-lnu-oo Lum
ber Wagon, Klsch make and guaranteed
to carry luoo h, alo complete Set
Double Harness for same. All of above
property can bo bought cheap.
.7. N. WRIGHT,
:!.-.() lm P, O. Box t.V.', Honolulu.
OX Queen strcut, between
Alakua aud Rlchiirds.
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Of every sort abound wherever civilization penetrates. The individual
above is the crank moil liked by tin fair sex because he thinks lie has a
machine which, by Idling the cylinder with silks, ribbons, straw and llowers,
and turning the crank he can lu-iaully produce an assortment of hats and
bonnets. We're cranks on the subject of good articles in the hardware
line. It pays to be cranky when it br ngs such things into the Kingdom
as the FISClIKIt STEEL RANGK aid 11AVILANI) CHINA.
B.AWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels Ban 1I i 1m1h.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Goods by
PL ANT AT 10 N SUPPLIES,
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BUST QUALITY.
(From 1 Gallon to .SUO Gallon).
tST We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices lor any quantity.
1'ACJFIC UAHDWAHE CO., L'n.
Gentlemen Attention !
READ THIS AND IT WILL GIVE YOU A POINTER.
UttLAUNDRIED SHIFTS. Come and see the re-enforced
Unlaiindried Shirts that we are selling for GO cents.
RflEN'S UMDERSHiRTS. 'VVc have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
fiflEK'8 SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
briggan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 2." cents a pair.
RfiEiVS WECKWEAR. A large assoitmcnt; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-IIand and Ties of all kinds.
VS Sec our White P. Iv. Scarfs that we are selling 2 for 25 cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, U for SI, they arc good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds,
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fo't Street,
HQLUSTEK & CO
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AUKNTS FOR TIIM LtiADIXCi
ot ni-;v coons by every steamer. -
Lapp Mncii ii Price !
I am now prepaied lo -ell those
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS
Oil IvilltC fnll'iiot.
Known a Ihu " WILCOX LOTS." nt a ro
duccd limine, and 011 liberal tonus.
Hair- Intending pm elmi-ers will do well
to call early.
:l iw JAS. F. MOhGAN.
Steamer for Victoria & Portland
The S. S. ZAMBESI
Will bu duu at Ibis poll from China and
Japan 011 or about March 1st.
and will leave souu after for
Victoria, Sound Ports.
tUT For terms of height and pass.igu
aoa lot THE0. H. DAVIUS & CO
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Late Arrivals !
Islani1 m cos '
VyilOLKSALK and retail, cheap for
T T cash, at 101 Fort stretir, between
i;hiei' dry goods btoro and Frank
Gerl'.V shoe store.
M'i tf T. TANXATT.
Nolicti 1' Annual Uleetiii?.
'pilK annual meeting of the-People's
, I leu X Itefrigerating Co. will bo
held on Tl'KSI.Y, March hi, at 2:30
o'clock I', m., at the otllco of Jonathan
, Austin. G P. CASTLK,
HSU Ct Secretary.
1 " '
1 rpHK tegular annual meeting of thu
1 Hawaiian Fiult fcTnru Co will bu
held at their otllco in Wailiiku, Maul, on
SATURDAY, Mm eh 12, ltU2, at 1U
o'clock a. m. XV. II. DAXIKLS,
:t l.'i 2:1 1 .Secretary II, , K. A; T. Co.
Uigurs. Kok ItroH. aro
showing a lino lino of Bum-
hoo ami othor style Parlor
Kiisi'ls, Wall Brackets and
Window Cornices at prices
lo meet the limes,
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