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OAUU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
KltO.1l AXU AKTr.lt Kl'.ll. 1. IHHtf.
A.M. A.xr. P.M. P.M
Loavo Honolulu. ..6:15 8)45 1:45 I:H.
ArrlvaHonoiillull..7:2C 9:fi7 2:57 5:35t
Lcnvc Honoullull..7::i0 10:43 i):4' fi:42t
Arrlvo Honolulu. ..8:1)5 11:55 4:55 G:50(
l'KARIi CITY LOCAL.
Leave Honolulu 5:20 ....
Arrlvo Pearl City 5:58$ ....
Loavo Pear' City.. 0:00
Arrive Honolulu.. .0:40
t Saturdays only.
WEDNESDAY, MA11CII 2, 1892.
Stinr Munii (roiu Maul mid Hawaii
chr Jtob Koy f i oin liwn
Am wli bk ( allforuhi, from New Hod
ford Hk .lames Allen from New liedfoid
Hk )ar Irnni New llcilloid
Uilj; Alexander from New Hcdlord
Am bk Newsboy, Julinson, from New
castle, X h W
Sehr Mlllo Morris from Kouluu
Htmr Hawaii for Hamakua at 4 p m
Stmr Walaleule for ports on Kauai
Am schr Alice Cooke, l'enliallow, for
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr Iwalanl foi Ilauiakui.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Klnaii -11.473 bags stlirar, 131
sheep, 05 hogs, 217 bags potatoes,
120 bags corn, 41 pkgs bides, G bales
wool, Kio pkgs sundries.
Stmr Knula 05u bags sugar and 47 bbls
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kl
naii, .larch 2 11 . Padgett and wife,
Mrs O K Stillmau and son, M I ampbell
and wife. A M Sproull and bride, C O
Hall, G Peck, Mis M Kenway, Miss Mary
Parker, U .1 Falk. Geo Muuroe, W U
ijpioull, Geo Irvine. V H Keaiiu and
wife, Father Sylvester and SI deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mikalialu, Match
ll! Gay, Col 'A S Spalding. G E . air
obilil. It More, .lames Edwauls, II C
Perry, FP Hastings, C L Hrito, Cbas
s-tolctnan, C E Haines, Charles Mill, It
Vt T Puivis and wife, Hon Aug Dicier,
It niton, II Zeibc and 45 deck.
For Maui, per stmr Chiudluu. Match 1
Father Francis, Father Leonor, Mrs F
S Gitnn and child, H Giles, Mr Garaett,
Dr Laidlaw, Hon 11 P Baldwin, Miss
Maud Baldwin, K V Meyer ami family,
and 50 deck.
The four-masted schooner Transit,
dipt Jorgeii-.cn, sailed for San Fran
cisco, Monday, Feb 29, with 10 087 bags
t-usrar, weighing l,8.2.Wi lbs. Shippers:
V A fccliaeter Co, 4750 bags sugar;
Tbeo II Duties & o, 15US bags sugar;
C Uiewer fc Co, 4945 bags sugar; Castle
& Cooke, 4818 bags sugar: .1 II Bruus,
178 bbls molasses. Domestic value. 8.1.
.SG.OG. The tein Oceania Vance sailed for San
Francisco on March 1. She took 11,930
bugssiigiu:, weighing 1,373,094 lb', valued
The US ciuiserSau Francisco is te
The schooner Alice Cooke, D B P
Penliallow ma ter. made a graceful de
parture this afternoon from the P M S S
wharf, quite a few witnessing. She car
ried the following cargo: 19,245 bugs
sugar shipped by H Hackfeld & Co;
4330 bags of the same article shipped by
M S Griiibaum & Co.
The American barkeuline Amelia is
receiving sugar for mm Francisco.
The Amei lean bark Newsboy arrived
this morning 55 days from Newcastle, N
S W, with coal consigned to Wilder &
Arrivals Feb 21 II H M S Pheasant
from Kawuihae; Feb 24, stmr Kinau
from Honolulu, sloop Keaolaul from
Kawaihae; March 1, stmr Kinau from
Sailed - Feb 21, II B M S Pheasant for
Honolulu; Feb 22, Am tern J G North,
Ipsun. for San Francisco, cargo 10,589
bags sugar, 1.159,914 lbs, value 8114,701.
84. Shippeis: Halawa Plantation aud
T II Duties & Co; Feb 24. stmr Kinau
for Hllo and way ports, sloop Keaolaul
for Kawalliue ; March 1, stmr Kinau for
WALL. ICE I u this elty, Miuch 2, to
the wile of K. It. G. Wallace, u
Fpr February. 1892, from the Weather
Servico Keeoid ut the Government
Station' at I'unaliou.
Average temperature 71.8 F. Normal,
Extreme range of temperature 03 to
Mean dally range 11.
Average minimum 07.5; average maxi
mum 7H 3.
Avcragp height of barometer 30.03; uor-
Daily average range of b troineler O.0C8,
'. xtroino latige, 29.82 lowest, to 30.18
highest. Low pressure periods
fiom the l.'tih to the 20th. High
barometer periods centered on the
8th and 29th.
Low temperatuie in the tnidille part of
the month, and high temperatures
during lliu llrs t and latter portions
Of t)o inoiitu.
Aveiao relative humidity 0i normal
711. Absolute humidity fl.8 grains to
Ilulnfnll 4.41 in.; normal 4 40.
ClondlnessSO percent; uoiinal 41.
Wind average, Beaufort scale 2 3.
Wind direction, N. to E. including E.,
15 days; E to S. including S 4
days; S. to W., Including W 8 days;
W. to N, Including N 2 dajs,
Normal number of trade wind days
for Feb., 15.
Italn record days, 10.
1'c-i lnilit of weather disturbance on tho
2d and 17th.
Tim ruins of the middle part of tho
month wire t oiillned largely to the
leeward islands. Hawaii reports
line weather excepting for tho tlrst
few days, and HamiKiia unusually
dry for tho month. Yoliaiio active.
O. .1. Lyons,
In Charge of Weather Service.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
TilK steamer Kitnui this morning
brought a Bin ii.11 list of passengers.
Tiik several lire companies will
niuot in tbo difl'cront halls this even
ing. The whaling bark California was
reported ol Diamond Head at 1
o'clock this afternoon.
Tub U. S. . IYimuicoIr will not
leave until aftor tlio statu hall ul lliu
Palaco, on March 17th.
A ittJtili needed sidewalk is being
constructed on Queen stieet. The
now lload Supervisor is nil right.
Tiik funornl of the late D. It. Nicolls
took place this afternoon from the
residence of John Nott, King street.
Somk of the dogs eaten nt the tour
ists' luuu on Saturday were those kill
ed by the police for non-payment of
Mtt. J, J. Williams, the photogra
pher, took a shot at the schooner
Alice T. Cooko while sho was prepar
ing to leave.
A social entertainment will be
given on board II. 1!. M. H. Pheasant
this evening Music will be furnished
by the Quintet. Club.
Anyhudy wanting a merry go-round
can have a fair chance at the auction
sale of that one on King street by Mr.
Morgan at noon to-morrow.
Tiik second monster piece of refin
ery machinery was landed from the
bark Colusa at noon to-day. Quite a
time was had with the operation.
Tiik mail by the steamer Australia
yesterday is said to be the heaviest
carried away fur some time. It con
sisted of 10,305 letters and 11273 pack
ages. A auoup photograph of the ollicers
of the Caledonian Society of San
Francisco is one of the attractions in
it window of the Pacific Haidware
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
cloudy; wind, light northeast. The
following whalers oft" port: barks
James Allen, Mars, California and
L. J. Lkvky will hold an auction
sale of wooden buildings to-morrow at
noon. The buildings consist of two
cottages and one store, and are situ
ate on Queen btieet.
Tiik Friend for March contains m
teresiing extracts from the journal
kept at Kailua, Hawaii, over 00 yeurs
ago, by Rev. Artemas Bishop, father
of the editor of the Friend.
Key. O. P. Emerson in the Friend
praises the p".plo of Kalapana, Puna,
Hawaii, for having built a snug new
church at a cost of $2200 without aid
Tho parish is prospering on colfee.
The American tern Oceania Vance,
which sailed yesterday afternoon for
San Fianciseo, relumed off port this
morning to get her papers, Captain
Anderson having forgot the precious
The monster dredge will bo tried
near the King's bo.tthouse, piobably
to-morrow. The pipes are being con
nected to-day and laid on the pon
toons. The dredgings will be thrown
up near the new market building.
The People's Ice and Refrigerating
Co. announce the election of tho fol
lowing ollicers : Jonu. Austin, Presi
dent; Win. F. Allen, Vice-President;
L. C. Abies, Treasurer; G. P. Castle,
Secietary; T. W. Hobron, Auditor.
Mk. Walter Hill and Bro. Bertram,
among several additions to the World's
Fair Commission, go on the Liberal
Arts committee, lions. W. G, Irwin,
Geo Beckley and John Ena have boon
selected as a committee on Transpor
tation. Fai.au, the strong man of tho Ha
waiian tug-of-war team, remarked yes
terday that if the Scotch team of San
Francisco were to visit Honolulu, it
would only bo a question as to the
time in which the Hawaiian team
would pull them over. Pela palm!
The largest quantity of sugar ever
loaded on an island coaster from u
single plantation was brought by the
steamer Kinau. All of the 7f0 tons
composing her sugar cargo this trip
was from tho Onoinua Sugar Co.'s
plantation (C. Brewer & Co,, agents).
A meeting: of members of tho first
congregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral was held yesterday evening in
the Sunday schoolroom, Mr. John
Bush, of Ioluni College, Bishop's
warden, presided. Tho resignation of
Itov. W. II. Barnes, rector, was ac
cepted. The appointment of Mr.
Barnes' successor was recommended
to ho left with the Bishop, Another
meeting may be called soon.
FROM NEWCASTLE, H. S. W.
The bark Newsboy, belonging in
San Francisco, and commanded by
Captain J. A. Johnson, arrived this
morning, 55 days from Newcastle,
N. S. W. Captain Johnson, who is
accompanied by his wife and child,
made a visit here some ten years ago,
but has been running to Kahului jn
the same ship some little time back.
The Captain was found in a cosy
little cabin on the Newsboy. He re
ported the longevity of his passage
was owing to heavy bwcIIb and con
trary head winds, forcing him to
change his line of voyage and come
through Cook's straits. Her cargo
consists of 1000 tons of coal, con
signed to Wilder & Co. After dis
charging the Newsboy will loud with
sugar for San Francisco.
THE WHALER CALIFORNIA.
The whaling bark California lying
off aud on outside this port is from
New liedfoid. Captain Slogutn who
is in command of her came ashore this
afternoon. The bark has been out
ten mouths and during that time has
made a catch which resulted in five
hundred barrels of oil. The catch
was made in both the Arctic and
uEO. LUCAS DE
The Old aud Public-Spirited
liosiJoat Passes Away
XotcH mi HIh Ih"IiiI unit lliMiurulilii
Mr. Geotge Lucas closed his active
ami useful life al twenty minutes
past two o'clock this tifteruoon, at
Ills residence in Kukui Place. The
departed gentleman was among the
most honored, as he was one of the
oldest, foreign residents in Honolulu,
lie was in his 71st year and has been
in declining health for many mouths,
although the last fatal siege is count
ed in weeks.
The late Mr. Lucas was born in
County Clare, Ireland, May 7, 1821.
He tirst landed in Honolulu while on
his way from Australia to California
in 1849, when he stayed with the
vessel conveying him for three
weeks. Seven years later, on July
U, 18.G, he returned from California
with his wife and two sons born
there, and lias been here ever since,
so that he was in the thiity-sixth
year of his residence here at his
These thirty-six years of his career
have been years of enterprise and
public spirit, from which the com
munity lias greatly benefited. Be
ginning as a contractor and builder J
almost at the hrst Mr. Lucas pros
pered, and many a mechanic and
workingmuu gained their start in life
in his employment. Fourteen years
ago he established the Honolulu
Planing Mill, which has furnished
hundreds of workingtnen with em
ployment. It is safe to say that none
living who worked for him will fail to
remember him us a kind and consid
erate employer. Many of his woiks
will survive him in some of the most
solid architecture of Honolulu.
The late Mr. Lucas was conspicu
ous in public and private benevo
lence. He was one of the principal
promoters aud founders of the Hono
lulu Library and Reading Room As
sociation, being its first President.
For many years he was Chief Engi
neer of the Honolulu Fire Depart
ment, only retiring when he positively
declined to serve any longer, and
continued his connection with tie
Department to tiie last as an honor
ary member of Engine Company No.
1. A member of the executive of the
British Benevolent Society for many
years, he was always active in the
promotion of its charitable work even
at his own expense when necessary.
Mr. Lucas was a charter member of
Oahu Lodge, K. of P., and of Ha
waiian Council of American Legion
of Honor, a member of Harmony
Lodge, I. O. U. F., and a life mem
ber both of the Queen's Hospital
Trust and the Y. M. C. A.
The wife of Mr. Lucas died in Ho
nolulu on October -1, 1882. Six sons
and one daughter Thomas It.,
Charles, John, Eliza, George, Albert
and William are left to mourn the
loss of a most affectionate and in
dulgent father. Eleven grandchild
ren, to whom he was extremely at
tached, are also among the bereft.
Thi'"e sons died, ono in California
and two here.
The lamented gentleman was noted
for his kindly ways, while his practi
cal sympathy for the poor and dis
tressed was proverbial. Ills private
benefactions were not all known lo
others, for he made no display when
he relieved distress. His left hand
in fact did not know what his right
The funeral will take place from
St. Andrew's Cathedral at 13:30
o'clock to-morrow afternoon. Flags
arc at half-mast on all the Fire De
partment's poles, in honor of the late
former Chief-Engineer. Doubtless
the Department will pay his memory
tiie full firemen's honors in the obse
quies. The portrait accompanying
this sketch is given through the cour
tesy of the publishers of the Paradise
of the Pacific.
TO REPEAL THE SUGAR BOUNTY.
Washington, February 11. Tho
Democrats of the West it appears arc
to make a serious attempt to repeal
the provisions of the McKinley law
providing for bounties on sugar.
Representative Scott of Illinois has
introduced a resolution instructing
the Ways and Means Committee to
report a bill providing for such re
peal, and asserts with confidence that
a majority of the Democratic mem
bers will favor it.
THE BELL TOWER.
Sew l'npllllli'K for tli Ii'lrn l.nililti'M
or sirciiniiic i:t,ciiif .:,,
Considerable improvements have
been made to the Hell Towdr, and
especially to the hall and engine
room of Mechanic Engine Co. Stalls
have beeu uiiulo in the rear of the
engine for the hots. a "Duke" and
"Princo," and the entrance lo the
hall upstairs had consequently to be
changed lo the maiika side. The
olllce of tho Fire Marshal is upstairs
and adjoining it .tie tiie sleeping
rooms of the driver and engineer.
Outside the rooms and between them
is a sliding pole to ho used by the
driver and cnglnci'i' for getting
quickly to the engine in case ot a
lire. The ground is reached in the
vicinity of Ihc hoises and engine.
KieotHc lights have been put in the
meeting room ; aud the room has
beeu newly painted.
Renovations have also been made
to the hall of Hook & Ladder Co.
Witli their usual harmony the Fire
Police held their monthly meeting
yesterday evening in Hook and Lad
der hall. Mr. Thus. Ivrouse, captain,
presided, and 24 members were pres
ent. Chief-Engineer Julius Ascli
visited the meeting and wa3 given the
seat of honor. In a speech the Chief
said he was in favor of committing
the chemical engine to the charge of
the Fire Police, and would endeavor
to have suitable quarters provided
for them and the machine.
A committee was appointed to se
cure a suitable place of meeting for
tho company. Air. W. F. Reynolds,
a uon-iueinber, was accorded a hear
ty vote of thanks for refreshments
sent to a previous meeting. Another
vote of thanks was cordialh tendered
to Mr. Louis Totiissaint for giving
his house and hospitality to the com
pany the day of the annual parade.
The Hook and Ladder Company was
thanked for the use of its hall for
this meeting. By the way, the hall
has shared in the Bell Tower build
ing's renovation. The floor has been
painted blue with a brown border,
and a room bos been built for storing
small company requisites.
NEW SUGAR PLANT.
Mr. Robert More went to Kauai
by ihe steamer Mikahala yesterday.
He will be engaged in erecting the
new refining plant in the Makee
Sugar Company's mill at Kealia for
a month or two. The apparatus was
lately landed in Honolulu from Ger
many, and attracted attention on the
wharf by its niassiveness. It is ex
pected lo revolutionize the manu
facture of sugar in these islands, as
it is designed to produce a much
higher grade than any heretofore
The Hawaiian Board sent out a
"circular asking for help the middle
of December, and have received in
response the sum of $3438. C2. Mr.
Theo. II. Davies (England) and Hon.
G. N. Wilcox gave S 1000 each, Hon.
A. S. Wilcox 8500, Mr. .1. T. Wat
erhouse 8150, Rev. Dr. Bccktvith,
Hon. W. G. Irwin, and Gay & Rob
inson 100 each, Peacedale Church
and Sunday School, in Rhode Island,
S1G8.87, P. C. Jones (Boston) and
Geo. P. Castle 850 each, and several
contributors 820 each.
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE,
,1 Healthful Tonic.
Used in place of lemons or lime
juice it will liarnioni.e with such
stimulants as are necessary to take.
Every Saturday Kveninu;,
Commencing Next Saturday, March 5th.
t3f Instructions from 7 to 8 I'. m,
Social Diincu from 8 to 11 i (.
USy- Tickets for Four Evenings Includ
ing Gentleman and Lnilies, 8rt.no.
AH OPPORTUNITY !
At tho request of a
number of our patrons,
we have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. V?. Y. Itow,
as a practical instructor
in Oil Painting' anti Wa
ter Coloring, free of
Mr. Itow has been in
our employ for the past
I two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, ho
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in tho matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
What a hint of grateful letters we would
leeclve. We'ic sure thev would thank
us for tin' "Mlpah" Nipple which we
h'tve Introduced for their bencllr. This
nipple licli-t to prevent colic ami 1 very
durable. We have sold oiiip uriitly
every day since te told you about them.
They know that sometimes bad foods
am pn'hned off on them. You may not
ditrnvrr It unlit lekni"-s reveal's the fact.
You can always procure frch Mcllin's
Fo'hI from u- a we have tiuule airnngo
tni'iits tn have a new supply come by
c..fv steiinn'i'. The last "Australia"
lii'-ughi 1 fii'-h 1 it which we can olfer
tun at tin rents per bottle and 87 per
In 11 In!-the liitgc 0I-0. We've Bulge's
Jv'g.u id Mi'k i. the thing to use for
sweetening Infant foods. Try It and bo
I, line Water is used for acidity. Wu
liial.e it (roiu nlie of the most appiotcd
medical fo inula-.
Of Nut sing Buttles we have .several
Kind-. The Ufa hinted Mottle you'll llnd
a gteat boon. Hating a sonic divided
Into minces enables you to be vety accu
inte. Miilhci will appreciate this In
vention. Then we luvc Nursery Soaps and
sponges. I'uff Muxes, Puffs and Powder;
dainty little Infant Mrtuiics ami Fine
For some of the little baby's aches
and pains we have n long list of popular
We haven't the space bete to enume
rate nil the tcnulsltcs which we keep In
this line, but we can supply your wants
just the same, for we keep them all.
Jtcmcmber we have n telephone. King
up No. 428 on either line If you tviuir
the New Drug btore.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Cornup Fort it ICIiik 11 i'e5tn.
OIVKN HV TIIK
HootiIu Lalmi Society
Kon Tin: hkkiu'it or
The public are cordially invited to
join in and participate in the I.uau given
on this occasion for the aid and support
of this institution. Tho Ladies of the
Society have spared no pains to make
the Ltiiiu a Ihst-class one. and hope to
merit the good will aud patronage of tho
philanthropic people of the community
and the public in general.
Our guests and fo'eign vl-itors are
more especially invited to visit the I.uau
aud thus enjoy a favorable opportunity
to have the pleasure of fca-ting a la
Hawaiian, as everything will be In that
style. The Luuu will take place 011
SATURDAY NEXT, fo 5th Inst..
At the Berutania street Armory, com
mencing at 2 o'clock V. M.
tf Tickets can be obtained at the
door, also from Lady Committees ap
pointed for that purpose, and at Thrum's
:15S It Secretary A. II. II. L.
fiolflen Rule Bazaar
Lute A. i. Smith' Store.
To the I'nblic of the Hawaiian Island-.
OUK STOCK OF
Domestic Paper Patterns
And all Sewing Machine aceessoiies is
now as complete as it is possible to keep
them. Full and complete stock of
Blank Mooks, School, Note and Exercise
Hooks, Pons, Slates, etc., etc.
THE CIIKAl'UST LINK OK
GUITARS and MANDOLINES
Croquet Sets, Lawn Tenuis,
Kackets & Halls, lla.e Malls,
Uats, Caps, Cloves, etc
A WoiiD Aiiout Pkicks! Experience
proves that it costs 10 percent to keep
books, and at least 5 percent for had
debts, the result is we wish to hot our
selves straight with the public.
tSf" Those who pay cash have no right
to be charged the above lo percent, anil
we have determined to do business the
same way us Is done in San Francisco
on a CASH MASIS only.
Our prices will thus bo as low as pttr
chaslng for cash can make them, and we
feel that the public will not be long in
lludhig out the difference.
W. F. REYNOLDS,
8S H. TOI
Professor of Dancing
Children (from .years tipwaitU) Clash
in Mall and Fancy Dancing and Physical
Culture every Saturday, from to C
p. m. Terms, $.1 a mouth hi advance.
Visitors allowed on Saturday
Adults' Class In Mull Room Dancing
every Wednesday, from 7 sill) to 10 MX)
l'. m. Cents, .'; Ladies, I a month in
1HI Tort HI reel.
Firewood Por Sale !
J K have jtiFl received a small lot of
TT Alucroba Fliewood which we
offer for sale m lots to suit I'Olt oasii.
1158 lm 11U..TAOKA; CO.
MONEY TO BUILD HOMHS.
IF von have a lot, I will build jou a
house, ami furnish tho money oil
easy terms, J, L. MKYKK,
130 Fort streot.
Mutual Tel. CO.; 1. O. Uox387.
' . t r- -. . r .
Of every sort abiiiiml wherever civilization petut rales. The individual
above is the crank most liked Iry the fair sex becaut- he thinks he has n
machine which, by filling the cylinder with silks, ribbons, straw and flowers,
anil lurniii" the crank he can instantly produce an assoittnent of hats and
bonnets. We're crunks on tho subject of good articles in the hard waie
line. It pays to he cranky when it Iflmjs such things into the Kingdom
as the FISCHI.K STEEL HANGE and 11 W1LAND CHINA.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Ppreckels' 11a. is:, 11 innluln.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Coods by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF TIIE BEST QUALITY.
(From I Gallon to SIM Gallon-).
J5iy We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC UAUmVAKE CO., L'l).
Gentlemen Attention !
HEAD THIS AND IT WILL GIVE YOU A POINTER.
Ur.LAUEMDRIED SHIf?T3. Come and see. the re-enforced
Unlaiindried Shirts that we are selling for GO cents.
ADEN'S UiNSDEr-SHBRT 3. We have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
!.' SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
briggan, Hlack or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 2.1 cents a pair.
MEf-'S NECKW EAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-IIand and Ties of all kinds.
fifiy See our White I'. I. Scarfs that we are selling 2 for cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, ii for SI, they are good value.
Ilea's Bathing Trunks Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,'
104 Fort Street,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes &. Tobacco.
. AGENTS FOR TIIE LEADINXJ-
y NKW GOODS HY EVERY STEAMER. "Ga
OWl Tl'BUS, ROSAS, EtC
I have jtiiit returned from tho Coat
and have brought w it 1 1 me a
line lot of
Washington or Riveisuie, Nav.l and
Mo 'iterranen Sw e.
o i a n a k t it ic iflw :
! Also, it lot of Kxtrit Flue
Villi ."'! I.'W !.' IlltVI'U '
And other things. They can be m-pii on
Alakeit street, above Kiiur. ttheio 1 will
be daily from Sa.ii. lo (, l si.
115(1 Ot H. J. HHODES.
This Hotel has recently added a toro
Single Rooms 1 Baths Attached
twiicii win. in: .i:t
.VUliop .Vttlioul Iloiw-I.
WM. B. HOOPER,
39 1 ju"
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Late Arrivals !
: 50 REWARD !
SOME iriveponsiblo rascals have cir
culated what purports to be olip
piiiK" fiom tho Now York Herald of
.l.tuuitiy .r, 18.:!. Tho urtielo stan
di ro till! i'i:W YOUK Lll'K iNSl'ltANCK
Cosii'ANY .ind is probably (ho cowardly
work of competitors Tho issue of
the Now Yoik Herald contains noth
ing like it and no other notice than
that I'lt'bident Deer. i likely tube re
tained. 'I his tends to refute all .lau
deis against the Company.
I now otl'er a leward of Five Hun
dred Dollnis for tho discovery of the
authorship of the lyiiiK statement. and
forgery distributed in these Islands
concerning tho Nr.tv Yoiik Ljkk Lv-
C O. 11EUOEK,
Cieiiprnl Agent fur tho Hawaiian Isl
ands. II&T) lm
Picture Frame, nitulu to
tmlor from latest sly lea of
mouldings. Itunovatioii of
i old pictures a specialty.
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