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SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1882.
Mar ft -S
nif Kiluuca Hon from Hamakua
Stun .1 us Makcc from Kiuml
Sum- Mokolli from Molokal
, . DEPARTURES.
Miir 5 -
II 11 M S l'heasat.t for Kami
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
sjtinr 0 It Bishop for Walaimo and Puuii-
luu at 1) a m
Stmr Jus Makeu for Knuiil at 4 p m
Stmr Mokolli for .Molokul at 5 p in
Selir Katilllim for Kauai
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr I Ikellkc 0000 bags sugar.
Siinr.l A Cummins 1400 bufis sugar.
Stmr Kiln uca llou 3770 bags sugar
Stmr Mokolli 8 0 b.igs sugar, 122 sheep
and 12 calves.
From Molokni, per stmr Mokolli, Mar
5 .Mrs 11 JlcL'oiriston and 8 deck.
Ice Bricks at the "Elite."
C. J. McCarthy has lots
street for sale.
TlIK BrmibWiuk arc the only Billiard
Parlors in town. 6-tf
After t-having use Cucumber Skiu
'Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
SuNinmN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
The courses of tho several races in
the Pearl Harbor regatta of Marcli 17
tire given in the advertisement of that
In -the illustration of the Hawaiian
Hardware Co. to-day, tho substantial
citizen is so intent on getting from
the Bulletin tbu news of tlte day,
which lie cannot get elsewhere, that
lie is about to step off the P. M. S. S.
wharf. With the aid of gold medal
heioism and a boat hook he will
doubtless be re&cued to society, and
live, to read the Bulletin by tho light
of a parlor lamp gpt. at the H. II.
Co.'s store, after a good dinner cooked
on the Fischer r.inge.
The football match between the
Razzledazzle and Punahon football
teams will take place from 4 to 5
o'clock this afternoon 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 Cummins.... Full Back E Boss
W U O Grelg.Klght Half Back. II Hupai
W Thrum.... Left Half u,,ek .. .1 jHdd
gMiirus.. Quarter Back..G iVaterhousu
llQtt.'..Kigit'Eiid KUj.li ..F Armstrong
L de L Ward.HlghtTuclde. W llayselden
B Thrum.... Bight Guard.... II Walker
K Ilplt Centre Kush I Q Wood
A Brown'..... Left Guard W BccMey
F Haley Left Tackle C Farden
H WTeok.LoftKuil Bull WChauiberlaln
THE DHEDQE OH TRIAL.
The Schmidt dredge began digging
experimentally off the, tug Eleu's
dock, near the P. M. S. 6 wharf, this
forenoon. It pumped a stream the
full of the pipe, which is 17 inches
in diameter at the point of discharge.
When the drill was lowered and te
ybved, at first mud, then sand and
shejls came out with the stream 200
yards from the dredge. There was
a crowd to see the initial performance
of tho novel submarine excavator.
The machine seemed to work admir
ably and, given a fair show, seems
fit lor tho work for which it lias been
A TEACHERS' FRIEND.
Mrs. arren Cheney, one of the
tourist party recently dping tho Isj
iinds, is widely known throughout
the Pacific Coast as on earnest pio
motor of tho interests of both tho
public schools and their teachers.
She, with her husband, who at one
time was editor of the Overland
Monthly, is at present conducting an
Educational Bureau in San Francibco.
Many of the foreign teachers now
employed by tho Hawaiian Board of
Education received their appoint
ments through tho recommendation
of the Educational Bureau.
ltaasultj a young sailor flu tp
whaler' Sea Ranger lying off am o
. pijtside. was brpught asliorp m onp
.yf thp ship's boats to-day, in a weak
condition. It appears that tho man
hud of lute been u hubituully exces
sive smoker of cigarettes. Yesterday
the umn hud fainting spoils, falling
three Minos on tho deck, liussott
became speechless during another fit
v to-day and was brought ashore for
medical treatment, lie was taken
to the Queen's Hospital.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A I. a nor. steamer was icported oft'
Tiik bund will not play at Km m a
Square this nf urnoon.
Mtss Helen Wilder lias been visit
ing on Kitn.it for some tinio.
Captain Tolioy, of the whaler Son
Hanger, is very popular with his
Only oiio ohho of drunkunncss was
brought ui) in the l'olico Court this
Mid A. Herbert's steam launuh will
bo taken to Lye an Island for use
around tho place.
Enciinks No. 1 nnd 2 take morning
runs out on tho Plains for the uxor
else of the horses.
Mehciiant street between Fort
stieel and the Post Olllee is receiving
a fresh top dressing.
Honolulu Typographical Union
No. 37 will meet this evening at the
usual hour and place.
Bi:ino tho lii si Saturday in the
month the boat dors of tho sevoral col
leges have been given an outing.
A squad of bluejackets from II. B.
M. S. Pheasant, under two olliccrs, as
sisted in decorating the armory for tho
The Tramways Co. have imported
u new watering cart. It docs not run
on the rails like the old iron track
Those who take a Park drive to
morrow should continue their jaunt, to
inspect the Aqua Marine lots to be
sold on the 14lli.
H. B. M. S. Pheasant left tho har
bor about 11 o'clock this morning for
Kauai. Three was a canoe and bov
oral natives on board.
Mn. W. L. Wilcox will command
the yacht Spray in tho coming re
gatta. The Spray consequently is
expected to do tine work.
Some rather unusually largo mullet
from Hon. S. M. Damon's pond at
Moanalua will bo among the delica
cies at the charity luau to-day.
The charity luau will take place
this afternoon at 2 :30 o'clock. The
Hawaiian baud and that of the U. S.
F. S. San Francibco will bo present.
The new scow of H. Ilackfcld fe Co.
will bo launched on Monday, An ef
fort was made yesterday, but some
thing delayed tho operation.
At the football game between the
Razzledazzles and the Punabou team
tho admission fee will be twenty-five
cents for adults and ten cents for
Two passengers on the Kinau yes
terday were for tho Volcano. One, a
Honolulu barrister, went to escape
tho din of Mongolian chatter in the
The Anglican Church Chroniclo for
March contains editorial admonition
suitable for Lent. As for tho remain
ing contents they areas usual inform
ing, instructive and pithy.
Some day shortly, to be named by
Chief Engineer Julius Asch of tho
Fire Department, a false alarm will
be rung from tho Bell tower for tho
practice of the fuo engines.
Mil, James Gay, of Waialua, an un
successful candidate for Noblo in tho
late election, has been arrested for
violation of the electiou law, in having
failed to return a sworn statement of
The steamer Makcc brings word
that while unloading some heavy ma
chinery at Kapaa for tho Makee sugar
mill, one ol'the largest pieces fell into
the sea. It cannot be raised without
a great deal of time and expense
The followin.g ollicois have boon
elected by tho Catholic Ladies' Benev
olent Society for the current year:
President, MrB. J. Bowler; Vice-President,
Mrs. J. McDonald ; Secretary,
Mrs. T. S. Douglas; Treasurer, Mrs.
It. C. Cowes.
The salts of tho land at Aica, Ewa,
Oaliu, belonging to tho Into King's
estate, took place at noon to-day Mr.
Peterson, for J. F. Bowler, withdrew
bid made at previous sale. The land
was knocked down at tlio upset price
of $2500 to Mr. J F. Bowler.
The funeral of tho late Janies Sav
idgo fron St. Andrew's Cathedral
yeHtorduy afternoon was largely at
tended by numbers of his shipmates.
Tho members of Harmony Lodge, I.
O. O. F., with invited brethren, and
Myrtle Boat Club woro also present.
Among many beautiful Moral offer
ings was a largo pillow of roses, with
tlio worq "MyrU,o" in heliotropes,
made by Mrs. Dexter,
The yachts Hawaii and Helene
sailed out of tho harbor this morning
for Pearl City. The latter boat wont
out first, but near tho spar buoy tho
Hawaii passed tier. Off Kalihi, how
over, tho llelono walked ahead. The
smart little bohoonor Mokuola bound
for th.o sanio place won't out a few
minutes later and was crawling upon
tho crack boats. A largo number of
people witnessed the interesting sight.
A Chinaman named Ah Sam, re
ported in this paper last week as hav
ing been arrested for larceny of
groeories on tho steamer Mokolii, was
brought up in tho Police Court this
morning, Tlio trial has boon post
poned from time to time owing to the
absence of tho bteamer Mokolii. All
Sam was found guilty, no dofouso be
ing of'ored, and sentenced to six
months' imprisonment an; pay cp,sts.
An appeal was noted. y J. L. Ka
ulukou, wlo appeared for dt-'ft-''lllt-
By the Clerk of tho Supreme
Court, for evidonco, tho family blblo
of tho lute William Claude Jones.
Slander, like mud, dries und falls
Muke your best thoughts into action.
TROUBLE ON SHIPBOARD.
four Nnllnrn nl tlio Steamer J. A.
UunimliiH UpKrrt tlm VcnhoI.
The stcamor J. A. Cummins, un
der command of Cnpt. J. Neilson,
arrived from Waitnnnulo yesterday
willi 1100 bugs of sugnr. The sugar
was discharged by Hip steamer's
crew in renurkably quick timo. The
energy of the ftiilors pleased the
captain Mid he proposed thai ho
would give them a whole day's rest.
Captain Neilson, however, went up
town and met some intimate friends
of his who invited him to partake of
oyster cocktails (a new drink invent
ed by the Advertiser). Going back
to the steamer Captain Neilson said
that he would run over to the O. R.
& L. Co.'s wharf to load with oats.
The steamer was backed out and
near the U. S. S. l'ensacola she slew
ed round and steamed out of the
harbor. Near the lighthouse four of
the sailors, tine negro, two natives,
and a Japanese jumped over
hoard and swam ashore, landing in
the vicinity of the Myrtle boathousc.
They gave as their reason for desert
ing the fact they were overworked,
having after arrival in tho morning
to discharge 1400 bags of sugar and
to go off right away again. Captain
Neilson continued the trip of the
steamer to Waimanalo with live sail
ors two negroes, two Japanese and
OUR LAST RETORT.
We are loath to the abuse of your
kindness and valuable space, yet, for
vindicating the standing of our paper
before the English-reading commu
nity who cannot read or understand
Portuguese, we feel obliged to cor
rect some false assertions of the
Sentinella, in your last issue:
1. The ex "Italian" editor of the
Uniao never called tUe Portuguese
colony a "pack of fools," he left
that kind of language to the writer
of the Sentinella; 2. We have lost
no "largo number" of subscribers,
since the Uniao was begun, outside
of two or three gone away to Cali
fornia, but we have had of late quite
a number of new ones who came to
us nauseated by the slanderous tone
of the Sentinella; 3. As to the
Sentinella being or not the anony
mous sheet we qualified it to be, we
leave it to yourself, Mr. Editor, to
judge from a file of it which we send
with this letter for your perusal, and
you will find that the name of an
Irresponsible editor has only been
added in its last number after it
heard that our letter would be pub
lished in your columns; 4. As to
whether the Sentinella is or not "dis
tributed gratuitously," not only was
it so announced in its own first num
bers, but it is yet distinctly so stated
in that sheet's advertisement m the
P. C. Advertiser, which please con
sult. With these proofs of false utter
ances which sufficiently establish the
nature of the Sentinella, we leave
to it the cheap satisfaction of calling
with the same veracity the Uniao
Lusitaua-Hawajiuna a "sinking" and
"moribund sheet" and we only ask
the public to compare our large and
prosperous paper, with its large pat
ronage, with the other Portuguese
publication, a true mushroom, and
poisonous at that.
J. S. Ramos, Ad. TJ. L. II.
REPLY TO A "MECHANIC."
"Mechanic," in his rather doleful
epistle to the people in the P. C. Ad
vertiser of Feb. 25, says: "Wo shall
not get tho sugar bounty tilt we are
a territory of the Uuited States,"
etc. So far, so good. Will Mechanic
kindly inform the public at about what
year, and also what part of the West
Indies it was, that "a traveler saw
long grass and weeds in hitherto busy
streets; of decaying wharves; of
warehouses open and falling into
ruins?" etc. The only West India
Island for long years past, that has
stood before tho world, of any note
as a sugar producing country, is Cu
ba. Taking into consideration the
terrible ordeal that Cuba has passed
through in the last three or four
years, with her internecine struggles
with bandits, and the burning of hun
dreds of thousands (perhaps mil
lions) of dollars' worth' of plantation
slock ; she will this year place upon
tho market i crop of sugar equal to
one of her best. Tho Cubans have
shown a backbone that would muchly
become our planters here to imitate,
rather than the unmanly cringing,
and pleading to Uncle Sam for more
nursing, No doubt Uncle Sam is fully
posted at tin presont. time, In regard
to the, arrogant and domineering
spirit of a portion of tho planters
and their friends, in defrauding and
crowding to the wall tho (too friend
ly) natives of Hawaii nci. Also, tho
ingratitude of those planters, in join
ing that unholy alliance (the sugar
triiBl), thereby working destruction
against a largo portion of Uncle
Sam's own subjects. Therefore,
Uncle Sam concludes to wean the
suckling, and withdraws tho teat ;
compelling the iugrates to work out
their own Balvaliou for a lime, at
least. For thine own iniquities, I
will smite thee right and left, saith
HORSfOng'S AGIU PHOSPHATE,
4 UeuUliftil T"li
Ufct'il iu plnoe of leuiois or lime
juicu it will harmonize with htich
htiiniilantB as are ucccbbary to take.
PiaiciOUH cotl'ee mid uhucululu will
bo nerved every morning early at Hie
1'alucu Ice Crenni I'arlois. Ludwicuu,
& Oron, Hotel street, 1-tf
Gkt your boolb ami tdioes made
and icpaired by the old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L, Toenuies, on East
Hotel street. First-class work, low
' SUNDAY SERVICES.
ST. ANUIIKW'S CATIIED1IAL.
First Sunday in Lent. Cathedral
services: Holy communion, 6:30
a. m. ; morning prayer and sermon
11 a. in. ; evening prayer (Hawaiian)
and Bcrnon, 3:30 p. in.; evening
prayer and sermon at 7:30 p. in.
Tho services of the Second Con
gtcgntion of St. Andrew's Cothcdral
to-morrow will ho as follows: Holy
Communion with sermon at 9:15 a.
m. ; hymns 01 and 230; Kyrio and
Saucliis, Hart in I); Gloria in Excel
sis, old chant. Evensong with bap
tism and sermon, at G .30 p. m. ;
Anthom, "I will lift up mino eyes,"
by Whitfield; hymns 328 and 21.
Rev. Alexander Mackintosh, pastor.
All are invited to those services.
-To-morrow, March Gth, the ,1st
Sunday of the month, an English
sermon will be delivered, as usual,
at the 7 a. m. mass, nt the Catholic
Cathedral of Honolulu.
Low mass, G and 7 a. m. ; high
mass, 10 a. ni. ; rosary and catech
ism, 2 p. in. ; benediction of tho
most blessed Sacrament, 4:30 p. m.
The Y. M. a A. will conduct
evangelistic Meetings in Bethel Hull
to night and Sunday night. Meet
ings begin :io p. m. livery Dotty
heartily welcomed. heat3 free,
collection. Come and enjoy
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
Gospel praise service on Sunday
from G:30 to 7:15 p.m. Subject:
"Lovest thou mef" John 21 .-15-17 ;
hpli. o: H-21. loiiug men, seamen
and working men are especially in
vited. Meeting open to all.
CENT11A1. UNION CHUUCH.
Services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p.
m. All arc welcome.
SHE DEFIEO THE LYNCHERS.
Williston, Neb., Jan. 18, 1S92.
A plucky girl with a revolver did
what a Sheriff aud his deputies could
not accomplish at the jail here seve
ra' nights ago. The story bus been
kept very quiet, but thrdugh the
admiration of one of the deputies for
the girl's bravery the matter has
Iu the jail is a man who was caught
red handed murdering a traveller for
money, and the people decided that
they could not wait until the law had
ruu its course and determined to take
the matter iu their own hands and
lynch the fellow. The Sheriff re
ceived warning of the intended
lynching and called together four
deputies and announced his deter
mination to guard the jail at all
About twelve o'clock at night a
summons came for him to open the
doors and give up the prisoner or the
jail would be burned down. As the
structure is wooden this would have
been an easy, matter, and the Sheriff
decided that he had better succumLU
to the force than endanger the lives"
of the other inmates. He accordingly
made the announcement to his depu
ties and sent one to inform the leader
of the mob that he could have tho
During the parley the Sheriff and
all his deputies went outside of the
jail, when suddcnlj' the door was
slammed aud bolted. A girl about
nineteen years old appeared at one
of the upper windows and told the
astonished crowd that they coHld not
have the man. She was Susan Uordcr,
the daughter of the Sheriff.
She said that she was not afraid of
the mob and would shoot down the
first man who attempted to approach
the place to set it on (ire. She would
not let her father back into the house
and told them that they could not
accomplish anything by remaining.
The mob talked together a little aud
then cheered the plucky girl and left,
telling her that thoy would not harm
the murderer, as he had such a brave
FROM HOTEL DELLONE.
Mr. C. W. Rjeod, proprietor of the
Hotel Dellone, Omaha, ono of the
finest new and modern hotels in the
west, says of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy: "We have used it in our
fumily for years with the most satis
factory result, especially for our
children, for colds nnd croup. It can
be depended upon ; besides it is
pleasant to take and seems to ho free
f i om chloroform and the oily sub
stances put into many cough mix
lures." 50 cent and SI bottles for
Rale by nil dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
Kvery Sutnrduy Kvonlni:.
Commencing Next Saturday, March 6ih.
V& Instructions fiom
Social Daucii from ts to 11
8 v. M.
USr- Tickets foi Four Kvenlugs Includ
ing Gentleman ami Ladles, Sil.fiO,
IUON13YTO IWllA) UOM1SS.
7 P you have a lot,
I will build you a
.. House, ami
Mutual Tel. GG:
J, L. MKYKJt,
PJ0 Port street.
!; P.O. Uoxa87.
'J ho bout Using to send to
your frienuH abroad is King
Bros.' Illustrated Souvenir
of Hawaii, which is gotten
up lor tho imrposo and is
not an advertisement.
Mr. l!ll' C.tclini Aintl !!.. .ir
Mr. Ldui"!l D.iniel L'M i .-ei nr".
nnd a man with a slim t-. llei l
tho other tl. iy nlxvu wmir huiitr on ' k
plains who was p'irueil by a relentless
cyclone. In (.Ik-pi "lcpcron'oii the hunter
turned nnd fired lih truhty rillo nt the
rapidly approaching funnel shaped cloud.
Instantly tlm wind began to loo its
nervo, and in less than n minute tho
landscape. wa as lieautiful na n day in
Mr. Belts Mint himself up and wrestled
with the MerctM of nature. At lnxt he
struck piy gravel, and his patent is up
"h Ual,irti- rubber ball filled with
gun ffiltim i tUnamlte," ho explained,
"wlii-l) .-.if l,- hurl- .1 with terrific force
nt the iidv.uiciiitf cyclone. Tho explo
sive will have a Tuve to it which will bo
ignited ant mimical ly."
He furljpi explained Hint tho propell
ing !ntruiin'iit win nrrunged that It
always pointed at the cyclone. Tho ball
Was tlirowu after the wind had uttoiued
a certain velocity.
Mr. Hctts him had a great deal of
trouble hi arranging this last detail.
For he found that if ho se-t it at too low
a notch the machine would go off in n
BtifT breeze and throw tho rubber ball of
dynamite over into a neighboring past
ure or down into u cow lot, doing great
and immediate dnm.igo to tho cows with
out any material advantage. Then, again,
if tho machine, were set too high, it would
not get into active operation Until after
tho entire family had crossed the Dark
Itiver and the cyclone was in tho next
Mr. 13ett8 says there is no question but
that a doso of dynamite will knock any
cyclone cold. Tho machines can bo put
on a high polo out of tho reach of goats
mid children. Chicago Intor-Ocean.
Turin Tlmt Kntlly Menu the Skimp.
Tho English language must appear
fearfully aud wonderfully made to a for
eigner. Ono of them, looking at a num
ber of vessels, said, "See what a Hock of
ships." Hu was told that was a fleet,
and that a fleet of sheep was a Hock,
and, it was added, for his guidance in
mastering tho intricacies of our lan
guage, that a flock of girls is called a
licvy, and a bevy of wolves is Killed a
drove, and u tlrovo of tliiovos is called a
gang, and a gang of warriors is willed n
host, nnd a host of porpoises is called a
shoal, and a shoal of buffaloes is called
a herd, and a herd of children is called
n troop, and a troop of partridges is
called a pack, and a pack of swans is
called a whiteness, and a'whiteness of
gecso is called a gaggle, and a gaggle of
brant is called a gang, and a gang of
ducks is called a team.
A team of widgeon is called a com
pauy (or trip), and a company of teal is
called a flock, and a ilock of snipe is
called a whisp, and a whisp of bitterns
and herons is called a sedge, and a bodge
of plovers is called a flock, and a flock of
larks is called an exaltation, and an ex
altation of beauties is called a galaxy,
and a galaxy of ruffians is called a horde,
and a hordo of rubbish is called a heap,
and a heap of oxen is called a drove, and
a drovo of blackguards is called a mob.
aud a mob of whales is called a school,
and a school of worshipers is called a
congregation, and a congregation of sol
diers is. called a corps, and a corps of
sailors is called n crow, nnd a crew of
robbers is called n band, and a band of
bees is called a swarm, and a swarm of
people is called a crowd. Ashton (Eug.)
Vf KllKvlni; Is DullccrouK.
Wo have often heard that shaving tho
face with a razor was a bad thing; that
it injured tho nerves and caused weak
eyes; that it removed tho natural cover
ing from tho throat and neck, and that
altogether it was thoroughly physiologi
cal A writer in Tho Medical Classics
has been looking into this matter a little
more closely. By the aid of a micro
scopu applied to a closely shaven face ho
discovered that tho skin resembles a
piece of raw beef. Tho razor removes
not only tlio hair, but also a portion of
tho cuticle. Tho blood vessels thus ox
posed uro not visible to tho rmked eye,
but undor the microscope each little
quivering mouth holds a drop of blood.
Tho neryo lips aro also uncovered and
tlio pores are left unprotected, making
tho skin tender nnd unhealthy, and tho
portion is liable to have colds, hoarseness
and soro throat.
I)hiln In Purls.
Ladie.s of tho world in Paris have in
troduced a new fad, and this is to go.
and dine with their husbands, und
brothers at the Cerclo do la Buo Itoyale.
These dinners take place in private
baloiis attached to tho club, aud aro tho
most select and choice little feasts Im
aginable, tho cooking being of tho very
best, Tho -Marquis do Mornay gave ono
of these dinners to several of his friends.
Tlio table was decked under a canopy of
tea roses, and tho cloth was concealed
by a field of Russian violets, which filled
tlio room with their intoxicating per
fume San Francisco Argonant.
What a host of grateful letters wo would
receive. Wo'ru suro they would thank
us for the ''Mizpah" Nipple which wo
have Introduced for their beuetlt. This
nipple helps to prevent colio and is very
durable. 'u havo sold some nearly
every day slucu we told you about them,
They know that sometimes bad foods
are palmed off on them. You may not
discover it mull sickness luveal the fact.
You can always procure fresh Mellln's
Pond from us as wn havu made arrange
ments to huvu a new supply eoinu by
every titcamur. The last "Aubtralla"
brought n fiehh lot which wo can offer
you at GO cents per bottle and $7 per
dozen for the largo sl.u. We've Hide's
Sugar of Milk It tho thing to ii.-iu for
sweetening Infant foods. Try it and be
Lime Water Is used for acidity, Wo
make It from one of the most approved
imcd.lca.1 foi inula.
' Of KiU'blng Bottles wu have several
Mud-, The Uraduated llottle you'll llud
a gieat noon. Having a bcaiu uiviiieti
Into ounces enable you to be veiy aceu
late. Mothers will appreciate tills in
vention. Thou ' we havu Nursery Snaps ami
Sponges, Puff boxes, Puffs aud Powder;
dainty little Infant Unifies ami Pine
Por some of the little baby's aches
and paiiib we have a long Hit of popular
We haven't tho space here to enume
rate all thu lequlsltcs which wu keep hi
thib Hue, but we can Mipply your wauls
jiisi the same, for we keep them all.
Kemeinber we have a telephone. King
up No. 4-28 on either lino If you want
thu Now Drug Store.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO,,
jrfHi .. fffi-i
"""V" 4x" if aJ
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreokols' Bam;, Hoim'-iIu.
READ THIS AM) IT WILL
UNLAUIMDRIED SHIRTS. Come and see the. u-enfoTeSd
Unliiundried Shirts llr.it wc are selling for 00 cents. """
Summer Merino all wool,
GAEN'3 SOCKS. An
ton Sock that we arc selling for '2o cents a pair.
MEN'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-lland and Tics of all kinds.
- See our White P. K. Scarfs tlmt we are selling 2 for 2fi cents;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, they are good value.
Men's Batting Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Goods by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS .
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
(from 1 Gallon to SOU Gallon.
iST- Wc are
prepared to quote special prices for
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
ACEXTS FOR THE LEADING
J6T NEW GOODS BY
Oraie Tibgs, Roses, Etc
I have j nut ictorncd fiom the Coast
anil have brought with me a
line lot of .
Washington or Bivertlde, NaVul and
Mediterranean Sw et
OltAN i IiJ '1' It kiom :
Al-o, a lot of K.Mra Pine
VAStlUTIi: OF 1MWIN !
And other thius. They can be peon on
Alakea street, almvo King, wheio I will
be daily from 8 A. M. to 5 r. M.
350 lit H. J. HHODES.
This Hotel has tecently added
Single Rooms t Baths Attached
which wu.i. in: i.kt
"Vln or Wlllioul Hoard.
WM. B. HOOPER,
U50 3m Manager. '
"In time of peace prepare
for war' and when business
is dull make your purchases
because you are sure to have
inducements offered you that
the merchant would not have
time to think about when he
was rushed by business.
We invite you to step in
and sue some of the new
goods, they're all new be
cause they don't remain in
stock long enough to get old.
The Little Knife Sharpener
is a very handy thing and
don't cost much so's a
F'iiuii Stkkl Uan'cjk.
CilVH YOU X l'OINl'KR. t
Wo have a full line of
including Dr. Jaeger's make.
immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal-
, , t I s -fcT . t f . 1
or fancy uoiorca ; iook at our iauirai oi-
Late Arrivals !
the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
EVEUY STEAMER, -a
SOME irrosponciblo rascals have cir
culated what purports to bo cliji
pingM from thu Now York Herald of
January 2fi, 18112. Tho article slau
ders the Ni:w Youk Lii-'K Inbuiianck
Company anil ib probably the cowardly
wink of competitors. Tho ifbiio of
I ho Now York Herald contains notli
inu like it and no other notice than
that President Doors is likely to bo re
tained. '1 bin tends to refute all blun
ders ngaiiibt thu Company.
I now oiler a roward of Five Hun
tired DolluiH for tho dirctmiry of tho
iiullitirrhip of the lying statement and
forgery distributed m thete Iblantls
i concerning the Nw YoitK Lli'K In-
1 Sl'UA.NCK Co.
l O. HKltGHK,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Isl
ands, use lm
Picture Frames made to
order from latest styles of
mouldings. Uonovatioii of
old pictures a specialty.