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FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1892.
Stun- i K HMiop f loin Kaliuku and
titmr Kuafa from Walanae
StmrLikelikc fiom Ilamakli.i
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolau
Sunr Wutmaualo from Maui
Mar 4 -JStnir
Kiiiau for HI mi i ami Hawaii at
2 j: in
Stmr Kuala for Walanae
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Ki
iiau, March 4 Miss Ah Sam, Airs Oliver
and child. F M Swanzy, Rev Bishop
illh., U W Cliaiiiburlain, Chang Kim.
Mrs G P Wilder. Miss Paulsell, U J Falk
ami 40 deck. For Volcano : VF Fiear,
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kaala- 2800 bags paddy.
Stmr U K Bishop 2J!)tj bags sugar, 80
bigs taro, 12 hides, and siuuliy in ti
des. ijcln Kaulilua 780 bags sugar.
The haik Colusa is dischaighig sand
and loading with sugar at the same time.
The steamer O K UUliop ai rived from
Kahuku this uioriiiug with besides a
cargo of snudry aiticlfs, 3 cabin ami 7
decu passengers the is tiansferring
lie r sugar to the bat k Sonoma. r
The uarkentluo Amelia. Wuid master,
left yesterday for San Francisco, with
J 1,032 bags (1,410,848 lb;0 sugar, valued
at 30,157.02. The eonsignois weie U
Blower & Co and Tbeo II Oavies & Co.
SAVIDGE In Honolulu, March 3. 1802,
of heart disease, James bavidge, a
nadve of Honolulu, agei) 2!) yeais.
The football match between the
Razzlcdazzle and Puliation football
teams will take place from 4 to 5
o'clock to-morrow at the Hawaiian
Baseball Association's grounds. Ad
mission will be 25 cts., adults, and
10 cts. children. Following are the
teams and positions:
T Ciininiius... Full Hack E Ross
W II C Gioig.ltight Half Back. II Hiipal
WThium....Lett lla'f Hack".. .1 Judd
O -Ulceus.. Quaitcr H'ack..G tVatcihousu
C Holt.. . Right Kml Hush ..F Ainistrong
L de L Wind. Right Tackle W llayselden
E Thruiii. . ..Right Guaid.... II Walker
E Holt Centre Bush I Q Wood
A Blown LeflGinud W Bcckloy
F Haley Left Tackle.. .. C Kardeu
11 W Peok.Lof t End Ru-h WChamberlftiu
DEATH OF JAMES SAVIDGE.
James Savidgo died yesterday
afternoon after a short jlni8fe of
heart disease. His 'death is much
regietted us that of a bright and
eneigeti'c ycung man of good busi
ness capacity. He was a son of Mr.
Samuel Savidge, the well-known
salesman of II. May & Co. Although
tho last stroke came suddenly on
him, ho had begun to fail In health
some months ago. Yet with mjiuh
nlupk liu stuctc'to lii8ditiesj as purser
on gilder's stealer Jlawaii until lie
dropped down a fpw days before his
death while on his way to the steamer.
The lamented young man was About
80 yearn of age His funeral takes
place from St. Andrew's Cathedral
this ufteiiiooii, being attended by the
Odd Fellows and Myrtle Hoat Club.
FROM HOThL OELLOHE.
Mr. C. W. Rowl, pioprietor of tho
Hotel Dt'llone, Omaha, one of the
finest new and modern hotels in the
west, says of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy: "Wo have used it in our
family for years with tliu illoat satis
factory result, uepi'uially for our
children, for colds and croup. It can
he depended upon ; besides it a
pleasant to take and seems to bo free
fiom chloiofoim and the oily sub
stances put into many cough mix
tures." HO cent and SI bottles for
sale by all dealers. Benson, SmitU
& Co., agents.
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
The band will play lit Queen Emilia
hull this evening
Almost i very hack in town was
engaged at the funeral yeeteiduy.
Tilt: P. M H. S. Oceanic from Ohina
will bo duo to-nionow with Chinoso.
The salo of the Aqua-Marino lots
has been postponed till Monday, Mth
Hkv. Bishop Willis was a piitscngci
for Hawaii on the steadier lCitnni thin
The salo of utoeks which was to
have taken place at noon to-day has
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
cloudy, wind light northeast ; whaler
California off port.
Cliii.mtKN need not bring tickets to
the luan to-morrow; as ihey will bo
admitted for 25 cotitK at the door.
A NUMiiKHof prominent Chinese are
of the opinion that a Chinese high
binder's Mieioty exists In Honolulu.
Aumiuai. Brown's little boy is the
pet of all his father's acquaintances,
much to the envy of other little fel
lows. The Houokaa Sugar Co will hold
a special meeting to morrow at 10
o'clock at the office of F. A Schaofer
The will of the late (ieorge Luc-ib
was tiled in tho Supremo Court to day
by tho oxerutors, T. R. and John
Lucas. March 22d was appointed as
i he day for tho proof of name.
By order of Dr. Geo. Trousseau,
administrator of tho Kalakaua estate,
the land at Aiea will bo otlcicd ul
auction to-nionow at noon by .1. F.
Morgan, at an upset prico of $2500.
Tin: Kaiulani Boat Club held a
meeting yesterday evening, and do
cided to enter a junior crew in the
coining regatta on March 17th. The
crew will pull in tho shell Kaiulani.
The fiont of Engine Co. No. l's
house wns draped in mourning all day
yesterday. Ovor tho door was a
photograph in frame of the late
Gtorge Lucas almost covered witli
The horses of Mechanic Engine Co
were weighed this afternoon. Prince
weighed 1140 pounds and Duke 1180
pounds. The engine weighs 7500
pounds. The driver weighs next to
A decision was rendered in the
Police Court this morning in the case
of M. A. G insalves, charged with as
saulting a young Portuguese girl. His
Honor the Police fustico, alter review
ing tho evidence, found it to be a.
"put up job," and discharged defend
ant. In the Supremo Court to-day before
Judgo Bickerton thero was a hearing
of pi oof of claims, followed by tho
appointment of an ubbignee, in regard
to the bankiupt estate of King Heo
Fung. Six claims worn proved
amounting to $841.90. On filing bonds
Ng Chan was appointed assignee.
The Queen Dowager's charity luau
will bo the great event to-morrow. It
will be hold at the Beretama street
armoiy, for the benefit of the Kapio
lani Maternity Home. The ladies in
charge are at-siduous in their efforts
to make the affair a success and it
only remains for a crowd to be there
to cap the climax.
A i.ahoe sized picture of tho schooner
Alice T. Cooke, taken by J. J. Wil
liams, is exhibited in the corner win
dow of M. Mclnerny's stoie, Fort
street. Alongside tho picture and in
the same frame is another one of lit
tle Miss Alice Cooke, after whom the
vessel is named. Captain D. P. Pen
hallow is at the wheel.
John Poe, an unsuccessful candi
date for Representative in tho fourth
ward, has been arrested. The charge
against him is "Neglect to furnish a
sworn statement to the Minister of
the Interior," which iB in violation of
the Election Law. Hard luck, Jom.
Trial will bo in tho Police Court Hub
day week. J. L. Kaulukou will ap
pear for defendant.
A PUBLIC DANQER.
The telephone posts and, the tram
way are in dangerous proximity
along the Palama road. Who is to
blame for the continuance of the nui
sance is not as clear as the likelihood
that some one will sooner or 'later be
seriously injured. Recently, a gen
tleman riding into town on one of the
cars, received a sharp rap on the
head from one of the curtain weights
that caught on one oi the telephone
posts in passing. When the cars are
crowded, on special occasions, the
platfonns are so full that it seems
miraculous that the car can paBs a
post without jamming some one into
eternity. It is to be hoped that this
will be abated before any serious ac
cident occurs. It does not cost us
much to remove a ntiisunco as it does
to nay d,nuages resulting frqii Injuiy
qr death. Handicraft.
An evening's walk on Punchbowl
street will bring one to witness an
Intel ostlng tug-uf-war contest, which
is taking place every evening, and
attracts a pretty large concourse of
spectators, men and women. The
teams are known us Emma stieet and
Punchbowl street teams, und com
posed of young men, natives und
Portuguese. Holes dug by the side
of the street form the clouts, Tio
tug'esterd,ay 'pyeuhig was so hotly
contested that ut tliu und it was de.
elded u draw, to be finished this
evening. A laughable feature In the
contest was furnished by a Portu
guese boy, who, assisted by tho datk
ness nnd while the judges intermin
gled with the excited crowd, o spec-
tuturs, supped hi anil auuuiULU
ireu, om -memuer njs ravoriio
LAID TO REST.
OuSEQUlES OF THE
Great Dotrdastratlon of Popular Re
spect for His Memory.
There could hardly be a more rep
resentative assemblage of the com
munity than the concourse Hint at
tended tho f uncial of the late Geo.
Lucas yesterday afternoon. The
various bodies participating in the
obsequies attended at the house in
Kukui Place, to escort the body and
the chief mourners lo St. Andrew's
Cathedral. A beautiful display of
floral offerintZH was made nt the
house. Tliu full-length portrait of
the deceased, in the insignia of Chief
Eugineer of the Fire Department,
was decorated with a Roman wreath
of variegated leaves trimmed with
flowers lied with a green ribbon, and
a lei of roses and stephnnolis the
former the handiwork of Mrs. Geoige
Towusend, wife of the steward of tho
Department, and the latter that of
Mrs. Robert French. A pillar of
lilies and stephanolis was contributed
by Mrs. Albert Lucas, and another
of various flowers by Mrs. J. J. Sul
livan. Mrs. C. L. Hopkins and Mrs.
Stillman were the craftswomen of a
lovely floral harp, while Mis. Roda
net was the artificer of an anchor.
St. Andrew's Cathedral was crowd
ed even to standing room aft he hour
for beginning the services, besides
many people standing about ttie
doors outside. A guaid of honor
composed of detachments from tho
fire companies lined the walk leading
to the main entrance. Rev. Alex
ander Mackintosh received the body
at the door, and as it was carried up
the aisle began reciting the burial
service, "I am the resurrection and
the life," Mr. Wray Taylor playing
a dirge on the organ. His Excel
lency Governor Cleghorn and Major
Wodehousc, Biitish Commissioner,
sat in the loyal pow, and the chief
mourners were scaled in the front,
pews on the right. The choir of the
second congregation of St. Andrew's
gave the responses in the funeral
psalm, and saug impressively the
hymn, "Now the laborer's task is
over." "Rock of Ages" was sunjj
at the close of the service.
After the services Hie funeral cor
tege formed with a remarkable lack
of flurry, considering the large mus
ters of firemen and benevolent so
cieties, besides the jam of carriages
and throng of people. The order of
procession was as follows:
Platoon of Police.
Royal Hawaiian Band.
Fire Marshal John Neil.
China Engine Co. No. 5.
Hook & Ladder Co.
Hawaii Engine Co. No. 4
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2.
Honolulu Engine Co. No. 1.
Chief Engineer Julius Asch supported
by First and Second Assist
ants Jas. H. Hunt and
Oceanic and Hawaiian Councils Ame
rican Legion of Honor.
Uniform Rank of Mystic Lodge, K.
ofP.,OahuLodge, K. of P.
Harmony and Excelsion Lodges, I.
O. O. F.
Mackintosh in Carriage.
Chief Mourners in Six Carriages.
General Public in Carriages.
The pall bearers represented the
different bodies with which the
lamented citizen had been connected,
their names being as follows: Hon.
C. B. Wilson, Messrs. John Nott, J.
C. White, John t'hiilips, ''Henry
Smith, II. C. Rcid, W. F. Williams,
Harry Webb, Ho Mau, Cecil Brown,
J. Mort Out, Cutis. Winchester.
Peter Souzu and Chas. 15ent.
Capt. Robert ' Parker commanded
the platoon of police. A good turn
out was made by the firemen, Engine
Co. No. 1 having 54 men in line and
the other companies being nearly at
full strength. The Eire Police, mak
ing a tine appearance in their ereum
colored shirts and black trousers,
formed a guard of honor on either
side of the pall bearers! The bright
blqe of tho Chinese firemen, the red
of llo Hooks and imgiue companies
2 mid 4, and the dark blue of No, 1
made a striking combination of color
in tho procession.
The benevolent societies present
never tnudo a stronger outdoor par
ade. Wearing their lespectivo rega
liu the Odd Fellows, Knights of
Pythias and Leglonaiies of Honor
looked and marched well. Most distinguished-looking
of ull the organi
zations was the Uniform Rank of
Mystic Lodge, K. of P., escorting
Oahti Lodge. Their Bparlrjl nlipi.es
Burumqutinft; a eat uniform, lluUer-
I ng in unison with the measured tread,
I made u beautiful sight In the line.
llenldeg straight marching with ex
cellent military precision, these sword-
bearing Knights performed a series
of graceful formations pecullur to
their drill. "
Sxty eaniaRes fpHotyd, tlto bourse,
and tie Yhole" p,roe8Bion, extended
from Hotel street to Sploo street
jf not farther, as was impossible
from any point along tho lino to take
it nil in precisely. During tlic fun
eral and Until the firemen dispersed
at their halls the Arc bell in the Hell
Tower was tolling. At the conclu
sion of the Anglican burial seivicc
at the grave, the Odd Fellows and
Knights of Pythias, in succession,
performed their impressive funeral
riles. Then n number of lady friends
of the bereaved family came forward
witli floral emblems lo ho laid upon
FOR SEASIDE RESOHTS.
A Bulletin reporter arising be
times this morning was driven out
with Mr. Morgan to' the Aqua Marino
lots at Diamond Head the sale of
which at auction has, by tho way,
been postponed till the 14th insl.
There nre six of these lots, varying
In size from one-half to sevcn-lcnths
of an acre. Thanks to tho enter
piise of Kapiolaui Paik Association,
aided by the Legislature, the locality
is now reached by a broad and
smooth carriage road a uoiitiuua
tion of the main park avunuo into
which the Waikiki road merges. The
lots arc between the new Diamond
Head road and the ocean. They are
directly under the apex of the grand
promontory. Trees are springing
up all over the ground, anil a rich
carpet of grass covers much of the
area. For pure ocean air with shel
ter on the land side there is no bet
ter site for snug seaside retreats on
the island. At this visitalargu whaler,
with black and white minted ports,
was standing off and on close in
shore, making a beautiful sight, while
another craft in the same Hue was on
the horizon. The irrepressible auc
tioneer remaiked that if he hud
thought ho should have had a dozen
whale ships grouped in front of the
lots to hejp out the reporter's descrip
tion. A dozen steps from the farthest
lot takes one to an eminence at a pic
tuicsque crook in the road. Where it
follows the sinuosities' of the face of
the high perpendicular cliffs. Above
and u little beyond tho signal flagstaff
of the Diamond Head lookout sta
tion, where Charlie Peterson keeps
daily and uightlv watch of shipping,
was visible. The peak of Diamond
Head looks down in rugged grandeur
on the Aqua Marine lots, whose pur
chasers will have rare good fortune
in securing such a place for rest and
recuperation. There js a prolific sea
lis)ieiy with an easy passage through
the barrier reef for boats opposite
Hie lots, and it is a fishery that
is to be enjoyed by the owners
of the lots without any adverse
Konohiki claims. There are no other
available sites for seaside resoi ts re
maining along the whole Waikiki and
Diamond Head frontages, so that the
opportunity of Match 14th will be a
precious one in its being the last for
securing so great a boon. To show
how convenient the locality is to
town, it may be stated that the round
ttip from Thomas Square and back,
in a hack diiyen at a moderate pace,
and including a leisurely examina
tion of the lots, occupied only an
hour. And there was not a bump
from any defect in the road experi
enced in the whole drive.
A runaway horse attached to
an express wagon came dashing
along Queen street from, the Waikiki
side yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
Several carriages barely escaped the
mad steed and attached vehicle.
Near Fort street, however, it caught
the front part of a hack, breaking
the shaft Further along the wagon
caught a dray which had just turned
aside and was tin own on the side
walk. The horse got clear and con
tinued until near Nuuanti street when
a lasso thrown by Mike Harvey set
tled around his neck and the excite
The runaway came from Alakea
street. It appears that the horse
shied at something on the
road and made a jump, aud in
swinging the wagon caught on the
tramway rails throwing the driver
out, the wagon passed over him.
He was not much injured.
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATE,
A Healthful Tnulr.
Ui-t'd in plaeo of lemons or limo
juice it will harmoni.e with such
Mimuluuts as aro necessary to take.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality lettered
"Aloha," ".Welcome," aud plain
Cocounut Mnts, a liruhlc ussoit
mcut. Steel Scruper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. tSf Call and examine our stock.
COTTAGE TO LET.
III) Cottagu on School
sucec at present occu-
id by Rev W. II. Barnes.
Possession idven April 1, 1802. hor
pui Honiara uiiplv to
801 In. Al.KX.J.OARTWRIGHT.
clay Job of Palnt-
douo, call on
Uox 387. Mutual
Law. Olllco lu
Met ehant stieet,
IF you want uFht-
JL big of uuy description
thu Practical Painter, J. L.
Fort street ISO. P. O.
MR. OLESON TO RETIRE,-
Thr rirt rrlix-'ixil r lluim-liiiiiti'li.i
NrlioolM Aiiiiouiirt'x IIIm ItCHlumi
tion. The following important announce
ment appears in Handicraft, and will
bo received with regret by friends of
Kaincliamelia Schools :
"The resignation of Rev Win. B.
Oles m, as Piini'ipal of Kainehainelia
School, is heieby announced to lake
If. et not later 'than July 1 , 18!i;j.
Wo quote from Principal Oleson's
letter of lesigna'ion, dated Nov. 20,
IVU : It is with sincere regret that
I Hud t nei-es-iii.s to announce my
ii'siguaiion us Principal of Kamelia
mehn Mcliool, to take effect not later
llitui .Inly 1, ltWJ. This step has
been under consideration for several
yeais. It has been delayed only by
my desire to iee tliu school thoroughly
orgumzi'il in tight diioctions before
my connection with it ceased. 1 am
led to Ibis decisi m by the growing
conviction thai 1 am physically un
able to cany the responsibilities of
the position much longer. I am warn
ed tliat if 1 coi Untie much longer in
my present position, 1 shall incapaci
tate Hi self for the radical change in
life I must sooner or later make. It
gives uiLvthe keenest pain to thus an
nounce my decision. I would not
make it except that I tun fully per
suaded that the interests of those
who are dependent on mo demand it.
1 wish to put on record my recogni
tion and appreciation of your con
fidence in me, in first sppointing me
to the responsible position for which
I have never felt myself competent,
and in sustaining me to generously
in all the dillloulties of these years
"Tliis will complete fifteen years
of service in boarding schools in this
Kingdom, viz., eight years as Prin
cipal of Ililo Boarding School, and
seven years as Principal of Kainclia
melia School. Mr. Oleson's. plans
are as yet indefinite further than that
ho will return to the States to make
his home there."
Every family should be provided
with some leliable medicine for bowel
complaints. A fair trial will con
vince any one that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diairlia-a Remedy
is without an equal; besides it is
pleasant to take. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith iS. Co., agents.
If Little Babies Could Writti
"What a host of grateful letters we would
leeeivo. We're ure they would thank
us for tho "Mizpah" Nipple which we
have introduced for their benctit. This
nipple helps to prevent colic and Is veiy
durable. Wo have sold sonic nearly
oveiy day since wo 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 Melliu's
Food from us as we have made arrange
ments to have a now supply come by
every steamer. The last "Australia"
brought a fresh lot which we can offer
you at 00 cents per bottle and 7 per
dozen for tlio largo sko. We've Ridge's
Sugar of Milk is tho thing to use for
sweetening infant foods. Try it and be
Lime Water is used for acidity. Wo
make it from one of the most approved
Of Nursing Bottles we have seeial
kinds. The Graduated Bottju you'll Und
a great boon. Having a scale divided
luto ounces enables you to be veiy accu
rate. Mothers will appreciate tills in
vention. Then we have Nursery Soaps and
Sponges, Puff Boxes, Puffs and Powder;
dainty little Infant Brushes aud Fine
For some of the little baby's arhes
aud pains wo have a long list of popular
Wo haven't the space hero to enume
rate all the requisites which we keep in
this line, but we ciiu Mippiy 30 ur wants
just the same, for wo keep them all.
Remember we have a telephone. Ring
up No. 428 on either line If 3-011 want
tho New Drug Stoie.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Poi't $z ICIntf htreutH.
iss 1 w wmrn,
Children (f roni 3 years itpwauls) Cla
In Ball and Fancy Dancing and Physical
Cttlluie every Saturday, from 2 to r
I. m. Terms, 93 a month lu advance.
Visitors allowed on Saturdays
Adults' Class In Ball Room Dancing
every Wednesday, from 7:'M to 10 "OO
r. m. Gents, 95; Ladles, 93 a mouth in
: 1H1 l'oit Htrcet.
Every Suturdny Kvi'iiiiiu;,
Commencing Next Satuul.iy, Miueh Bill.
ttr Injunctions fiom
Social Uaneu fiom 8 to 11
8 1 M.
ttif Tickets foi FourKveubigs Includ
ing Geutleimui and Ladles, i.M,
A SPECIAL mootliijc
of tho stock-
Jrx. holders of tho llotiokaa
Company will bo held on SATURDAY
NKXT, Alarch o, lb02, at 10. o'elook
a. m at the olllco of F. A. eliaifr
& Co. II. RKN'JKh,
Honolulu, March a, lS'JJ. ;1U) 2t
MONEY TO BUILD HOMES.
IF you have u lot, I will build you u
house, und furuluh tho money on
J, L. MEYKR.
130 Fort stieet.
P, O. box 387.
Mutual Tel. CC'J
Of evety sort abound wherever civilization penetrates. The individual
above is the crank most liked by the fair sex because he thinks he has a
machine which, by filling the cxlimler witli silks, ribbons, straw and flowers,
und turning the crank he can instantly produce an as&otlmcnl of hats and
bonnets. We're cranks on Ihu subject of good articles in the hardware
line. It pays to be cranky when it btm.;- such things into the Kingdom
as the FISCHER STKEL RANGE and II WIL VXD CHINA.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, llijiiulii''!.
READ 1MIW AND IP WILL
UNLAUiN! DRIED SHIRTS. Come and see the re-enforcod
Uuhtundricd Shirts that we are selling for GO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MEN'S SOCKS. An
ton Sock that we are selling for 2o cents
Four-in-lland and Ti
J See our White P. K. Scarfs that we ate selling 2 for 2." cents;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, '! for SI, they are good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits, Trunks & Yalises of ali kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LU,
New Goods by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils Sl Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
(From 1 Gallon to S00 Oallons).
B& We are the onby Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices foi any quantity.
PACIFIC JIAKDWAKE CO., L'd.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes k Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING
War NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER. -1
Orange Tms, Bins, Etc
1 liavo lout leturnod fiom tho Coast
and have lnuulit with me a
line lot of
Washington or Riverside, NaViJ and
Moiitenauoan Sw ot
O It A N C3- 10 'I It 10 lOi-i :
A1m, a lot of Kxtl.i Pine
VAitiiynr.s ok hones i
Anil other thiuK. Thej ean bo .-eon on
Alakea stieet, auoo Kbi; whole 1 will
bo daily fiom 8 A. M. lo fi i M.
aouuc H. J. HHODES,
has lei'ontly added
Single Rooms Baths Attached
which wii.i. 111: i.i:r
Wlll or Wltliout llouril.
OlVK YOU A POINTER.
ituuunsc assortment in Unbleached, Bul
or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot-
A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
es of all kinds.
SOME irresponsible ruuculu have cir
culated what purports to bo clip
pinM fiout the Now York Herald of
Jiuiuiiiy 20, W.) Tho artielo slan-di-ro
the Nkw York Likk Ls'sukanck
Company and ib probably tho eowurdly
work of competitors. Tho insuo of
tho Now Yoik Herald contains noth
ing liku it and 110 other notice than
that President lleoit. is likely to bo re
tained. This tends to refute all blun
ders anuiiift tho Company.
1 now oiler a row.ud of Five Hun
dred Dullam for tho dfceowry of the
:iulhmhipof tliti lying Mtiteniont and
! furgury dittiibuted in tbobo Ibluiuls
couooinine; tho Nkw Yoiik Lifk In-
I bUIIANOK CO,
C. O. HERGEH,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Isl- .
nulls, :kri5 liu
' Picture Frames made to
1 oriUsr from latest styles of
I mouldings. Henovation of
1 old pictures a specialty.
jt lUdMi-&A. .