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roll liiDun iii tlio l:lt li lit ?)i. 21iii. ii. in.
l'lio Ihnu bIkiiiiI lor tlio pott IhkIM'u at l'.'li.
Cm. Usee. (mUliilKlitl of (iiuenulch tlmu or
Hi. 2&)ii. Slsoo. p. in, if Honolulu Olwivntory
time. It is liiM'ii by tlie steam wlilstlo or tlio
Honolulu riuninK .Mill, n low (loom uliovo
tlio Custom House. Tlio humid wlilstlo Is
Miuiiilud con I'ctly ut Honolulu liiuiui noon,
OliMirviitory liieildliin, or lull, Slin. 2iiee. of
IS a ilu ihillefiii
MONDAY, MARCH 7, 1892.
Ugino V G Irwin, MoCiilloeh, fiom San
Stun-l'elo fiom Kauai
Stun- l.ehua from lliuuiikiiii
Stmr Kaulii iromNnwlliwili, Kiluucaand
JSclir Lavinia from Lniu
Stmr Olalidiuo from Hawaii
Stmr Mikahala from Ku ai
S Oceanic, Smith, from Yokohama
S S Zambesi, Edwards, from China and
tStmr O H Bishop for Wnianae and Piuia-
1 mi at l) a m
.tmr.)as lukee for Kauai at 4 p in
Sehr Kaulilua for Kauai
.S, S Oceanic, Mnitli. for San Francisco,
at 8 p m
Stmr Kilnucu J Ion for Ilamakua
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Stmr Olaudine for Maui at 5 p in
ijuur Mikahala for Kauai al 5 p m
ticmr Waialoalo for HamaUua
Stmr Mokolii for Mulokai at 5 p m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Claudine i)0iJ2 bags sugar, 114
bugs taro, 67 bides, 115 pkgs sun
dries. iitinr MiUahal.i 5300 bogs sugar, 15
calves, J liorse, 00 bags pia and 4(i
Stmr Pole ;).'."),r. bugs sugar, a'io bags
paddy and 20 bugs rice
Stmr Lchiia 2500 b.igs sugui.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S San I'mneieo, Hear-admiral
Browu, from San Diego
IT S S I'unsacola, Kamz, from San
II H M h Pheasant, Blair, from Esqni-
ri S Zambesi. Edwards, from China and
Am bk Sonoma. Lee, from Newcastle,
, S V
Am bk Edward .May, McClurc, from
Am bk Colusa, Backus, from San Fran
cisco Am liktne Discovery, 1) JleXei 1, from
Am bk Newsboy, Johnson, from Xev-
Bjigt V G Iiwin, MeOulloeh, from San
FQitEUiii VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Hlci, Mori, from Japan
S S Austialia. lloudlette, due Mar 22
It M S S Mar poa, llavwaid, from San
Fiaucisco, due March 10
Jt M h SMonowai, (Juicy, from tlie Colo
nies, due Maich 10
Am bk Amy Turner, .Johnson, from Bos
ton, Jan. JO-lo
Am wh bk Morning Star, Mar 25, from
Am wh bk Meimaid, Mar 25, from New
Ain bkt Katie Fliujringor, from Pugct
Sound, now duo
Am hchr Aloha, from Port Blukcly, now
Mis itinr Morning Star from the South
From Maul per stmr ( 'Uudltio, Mar (j
PAWiis, .1 FCHagciis, J Murdock1,
Kev Father Leonor and 04 deck.
From Knual pur stmr Mikahalu, VnrO
HoiisG N Wllcx, A S Wilcox, and
J A Akiua; A Cropp, It V T Purvis, v
Kidd, J Dixon, Jt Cotton, F 1 Hasting.
Miss Helen Wilder and servant, 11
Myliru, 11 Zerbo, ,1 Kalaukoa, Ako, A
Kinbeiy, h Bi-rndr, Ah Pan, Mrs L M
Johnson, I) h UuiiUiiiiiti, H Ho.s and 12
Fi oiu Yokohama and Hongkong, per
HS Oceanic, Maicli 7 For San Fran
cisco: Admiral Gcoigo E Belknap,
I) S N; I.ieut I, L Jtoaifioy. U S N; Mis
Kearney and child, J.iout SS Wood.UiN;
P Casslgiieiil, Win I'owler, Mrs Fowl
pr and maid, Fay tto Potter, W A Dellu
gaua, J.u Conite de.Mlatli,.M Mirth, Mrn
1'. C Ailiiigton, E E Slovens Mr.-. Fnuik
Weston, O Xllkcns, Emil N'ali, J O
Barnard, J T 11 Nmiplc, Juo Odell, J A
Klrloy Green, F Gomu do Bonilla, T
bhlinltlzti, J II Allen, .Mrs Allen, (J T
I'lIeUinaii, Ifcv O 0 Pope, Mis Pope
Gun p Mltcliell, Baron I; Jfccuiu, G .
Mori:lsoi. Fop lioiiolu'ui MUs Oawu,
aster Oiawu, Otta Slioiicl.
Tim bilgautlno XV (1 Irwin, Mo0iilloeh
master, uriived on baturdiiy 21 days
fioiu S u Fraiicico. Sho reports her
delay owing to calms
The bark Co usa has commenced loud
lug with faiigar for Sau Francisco,
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS,
This hand will play it Ktuniit Square
Twd Moumi'is fiom the Orient in
one day is not bad.
Diamond Head, II p. in. Weather
Iniy.y ; wind, lilit Wist.
'I tit: lit o engine t'Diiip.iiiius woio out
pincticing on I C 1 1 1 iiiii snout Siiliiidny
Tin: new band stand on llm llnwni
bin J Intel ground is fast appioacliiug
A nativk nanii'd Pohakti is under
arrust on tlio cliargo of '-iitioring
The Oceanic will lcsutuc lier voy
age to San Francisco at 8 o'clock this
evening. Her mail will close at 7.
Thk Occanic's passengers could not
coino ashoro on account of the 18
days' quarantine against vessels from
Tub 'I ninth.' Club will meet this
evening, when some inteiesting busi
ness under "good of the club" is e.
peeled. Vincent Fernandez has been piu
tlonetl out of prisiin by Her Majesty.
Vincent was convicted of biugliiry a
fow months back.
Miss. CmiNr.Y, tlie educaiiiinist from
California lately bote, while visiting
Fort-street M'liool paid tlieie weie no
better schools in California.
Tin: Weekly Duu.etin is out,
packed with interesting local news.
There is ample time for mailing it by
the Oceanic, this evening.
II. Ii. M. S. Piieasa.ni', which sailed
on Satunlay for Kauai, indulged in
some sharp tniget practicing oil' tiie
liartior lor about an hour and a half
Tendeiis for tlie erection ol a wooden
building on the Insane Asylum
grounds will close to-monow at noon,
at the ollice of the Minister of In
terior. Hon. Gouriiiiy Brown is expected
homo from extensive foreign travelb
by the mail bteamor from Sau Fran
cisco this week. He has been away
eight or nine months.
Tub Social Science Association will
meet at the house of Dr. Andrews
this evening. Kev. V. B. Olcbon will
read a paper on "Cane Growing by
the Leasehold System."
The Kilauea Volcano House Co.
and the O.ihu Railway & Land Co.
have joined hands to promote an ad
vertising buieau for making known
the attractions of Hawaii abroad.
No little excitement was caused by
tlie Custom House launch this after
noon. Something in her niachineiy
went amiss and olie drifted about the
haibor to the amusement of onlookers.
The only cases herd in the Police
Court this morning weie seven of
drunkenness. Nun La Kce, for as
sault and battery, and A. Perry on
tlie tame charge were remanded until
Mit. Jas. Gay, of 'Vyuialua, has been
arrested for violating the election law,
by failing to remit a sworn statement
of his election expenses to the Minis
ter of Intel ior. Mr. Gay will be tried
Among the through passengers by
the Oceanic aie Admiral Geo. E.
Belknap, commanding the U. S.
squadron on the China station ; Lieut.
L. L Kearney, U. S. N., wife and
child ; Lieut. S. S. Wood, U. S. N ,
Count de Mailath and Baton K.
TiiEiit Excellencies S. Parker, Pre
mier and Minister of Foreign Affairs,
and II. A. Wideinann, Minister of
Finance, with Major W. II. Corn
well and Col. John Kichardh(n,of Her
Majesty's staH", visited tlie U. S. F. S.
San Fianciseo and wcio officially re
ceived this morning.
The new dredge continued to work
at the P. M. S. S. dock all Saturday
afternoon. It dug out the bottom so
quickly that it had to he shifted to
new ground eveiy few minutes. To
day tlio Buieau of Public Woiks be
gan moving the pipes out to tlie har
bor bar, to make ready for the trial of
the dredge (here.
.1. S. Kamo.s, of the Uuiao Lusitaua
Hawaiiau'a, was arrested on Satuid.iy
and charged with libel, complaint
having boon made by J. al. Vivas.
Hamos furnished $1' 00 bail and was
icleased. Defendant was anaigued
in the Police Court this morning,
when he asked that his trial be ie
inanded until Wednesday, which wan
Mit. It. A. Muclic, jr., foimuiiy man
ager of ICilaueii' plantation, Kauai, in
a idlter to tlio Planters' Monthly,
from lialiia, Jinml, gives the news of
the murder of a plantation manager
named Lioniirous at Surinam by a
coolie. Mr. Muciio thinks the nun tier
ed man was the samu one who ciuiin
to these Islands from (ueuiisland in
1883, and was afterward head over
seer at Kilauea, then manager of
Keeiprocity plantation on Maui.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public conceit at Emilia
Square this evening, commencing
at 7:80. The following is the pro
Mill eh In Anus I.eluihaidt
Ovoitiuu Maiilollii Aiihur
t avallna-Tne Piriilo I!elin,l
Selection (I rund Dip'hoss.... Offenbach
Olwi iiiil. Like i0 a Like .Mary
Medley-Yankee Tlcklp Beyer
Fantasia On the .Mllatreaiii..Eii'Mht'ig
Wall. -Luettclii..,, Faliibiuili
(Jiiuirllo-Pail Jqnes ,.PIaiiijuotto
Every family should bo provided
with some reliable medicine for bowel
complaints, A fair trial will con
vince any one that Cliainborlaiii's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrlioja Remedy
is without an equal; besides it is
pleasant to tuku. 25 ami 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Hen
sou, Smith & Co., agents.
MATEBtiliV Home benefit
Hu(!ernNful tiittiu HinlT the Pntrim
1 1; nf ((( i'ti liivruiir Knplolntil
Tile liiTctaniti street nrniory was
gaily decorated on Saturday after
noon with evergreens and bunting,
the hitter consisting of lings of all
nations. The occasion was the
Queen Dowager's charity hiau for
Ihe hciicfli of the Ivapiulnni Mater
nity Home. The luan was adveitisctl
for 2:00 o'clock, hut long before
thai hour crowds of people were seen
wending their w.iv to that vicinity.
Promptly at 2 i.'lO'o'eloek the Koyal
Hawaiian siting orchestra, under
Piof. II. Merger, stationed on llio
iiiaukn side of the aunory, com
menced musical selections, and a
bevy of girls with leis guarded the
door. As soon as one entered the
doo- ho was besieged by bewitching
smiles and endearments, and com
pelled lo lake a wreath whether he
affected the wearing ol sucli decor
ations or not. Among the pretty
maidens were the Misses Vida, the
Misses Mary and Hallie MeGuire,
Helen and Carrie Afoujr, Annie and
On the Kwa side of Hie hall were
slaliuned tables of coffee, ice ereain,
toothsome edibles, and lei stand.
The ice cream stand was manipulated
under tlie supervision of Mrs. Ward,
Mrs. S. C. Allen, Mrs. Jaeger, Mrs.
McWayiie and Airs. Lemon, assisted
by thu Misses Ward and (Jussie
The coffee stand was superintend
ed by Mrs. C. N. Spencer, Mrs. E.
S. Cunha and Mrs. Haalelea, with
assistants the Misses Catter and Miss
The stand for the disposal of leis
was presitled over by Mrs. Ailau,
Mrs. K. Kahea, and assistants the
Misses Davison, the Misses MeGuire
(!1), Miss Lottie Keeklcy, Miss C.
Afong, and Miss Mary Leleo. The
latter stand sent the assistants out
with dainty leis which, owing to the
ingenuity of the fair peddlers, were
quickly disposed of. Clearing ex
penses this stand made S72.
Shortly before 3 o'clock the com
bined Hawaiian and U. S. S. San
r'ranoisco bauds played the National
anthem, when the royal party entered
and took seats at a table sel apart for
them at the head of the hall. The
party were escorted to their seats
when the hiau began. Those who
sat at the royal table were the Queen
Dowager Kapiolnui, Her Majesty the
Queen and ladies-in-waiting Mes
diitncs Wilson and Clark, Princes
Kawanauakoa and Kalunianaole, His
Excellency S. Parker, Minister of
Foreign Affairs, Major J. W. Robert
son, Chamberlain, lion. Jno. Rich
ardson of Her Majesty's Staff, Mir.
and Mrs. C. A. Brown, II. W. Sev
erance, U.S. Consul-General, Admiral
Brown and Staff, of the U. S. S. San
Francisco and a few others.
Mrs. 11. C. TJlukou, Mrs. Reis and
Mrs. J. Kaae attended on the royal
table, while Miss Louisa Brickwood,
Miss II. Davis, Mrs. Kaeapa and
Miss Duchalsky supplied the wauts
of tlie public with despatch.
Above and around the hall was a
heavy drapery of lings of all nations,
while marines from the U. S. F. S.
San Francisco patrolled the arena
and looked to the peaceful order of
Tlie San Francisco band, under
bandmaster Carlos Coiitrudo and
numbering about twenty pieces,
played delightful music at intervals
with the Hawaiian band.
The edibles which consisted of
delicacies cooked in Hawaiian stj'le
were of different varieties and bount
eous quantities. Nevertheless the
table was cleaned during the after
noon. In the evening the admission
was reduced to 2o cents. The floor
was cleared and at 8 o'clock tableaux
were given, after which dancing to
the strains of tlie band was enjoyed.
The affair closed at 10 o'clock, all
voting it a success in every way, and
a credit to the mauu'cmeul.
Samples of banana flour have been
manufactured from Queensland grown
fruit and pronounced by Mr. II. M.
Stanley, the African explorer, as
"good samples which it would not be
easy to improve upon." Banana
flour is being sold in London at
the rate of 10 per ton, and its nu
trilivc and medicinal properties are
being investigated ami discussed in
the medical journals by Professor
Dougall and other eminent medical
atithoiities. This (lour can be pro
duced iiiNoithcrn Queensland in any
quantity, and when better known it
is confidently believed that banana
flour and dried bananas will consti
tute an important industry in the
Northern district. Samoa Times.
0. & 0. S. S, OCEANIC.
The Occidental and Oriental S. S.
Oceanic, a"08 tons, W. M. Smith
commander, arrived to-day at 4:05
a. in. from Hongkong via Yokohama,
and icports: Left Hongkong Feb.
11), at 1:5b' p. in, and Yokohama
Feb. 20, al 10 :52 a. in. To March
2 had strong winds to fresh galo
from the westward, witli high seas,
after which light variable wmils and
(itie weather to port, Passage 10
days li! hours !1 minutes. For re
port and passenger list the Hui.i.etin
is indebted to Mi, C. M. Ftiluhcr,
purser of the Oceanic,
NAVAL BATTALION DRILL.
The battalions of the U, S. Flag
ship Sail Francisco and the U. S. S.
I'ensacola will be landed to-morrow
morning for exorcise on Palace
Square at 10 o'clock.
HORSFORD'S ACID PHOSPHATF,
A ILulllilul Toule.
Used in place of lemons or limu
juice it will harmoiii.u with such
btiiiiiilauts as arc necessary to take.
A V.M Jl.ni Wltlimil ii lUlhmy TicUnt.
An untuning story is tol.I about "Phil"
Allen, who was capttin of the Yrdo
Varsity crow last year. Mr. Allen is
working as assistant chil engineer on
the Lake shore docks hniltllng at Ash
tabula harbor, on Lako l.rio. Ho is now
to that part of tlio couutiy, and his first
visit to Cleveland reci-utly was utnler
circumstances which uro calculated to
inulto him remember thu Forest City for
soino timo lo come.
"Phil" wusmeasurinK'toiioin tlio hold
of a hargo tied to a dock at Ashtabula.
It was nearly dnrk, ntul as tho order',
were given to get tho boat under way
the youm? engineer was entirely forgot-ti-n.
When ho camo on deck ho found
himself two miles out in thy lake, with
the boat beaded westward. Ho hail m
overcoat and no money in his pockets,
but ho made tho best of the situation,
and ataboutinidnight ho wns put nsliom
at Cleveland. Ho know that tho "lim
ited" over tho Lako Shore railroad would
leave Cleveland in tho niidit, and would
btop at Ashtabula for water.
Being anxious to report for work at
the proper hour tho following morning,
Allen hastened to the Union station ut
Cleveland, climbed over tho high iron
fence built to keop passengora from
boarding train's without showing their
tickets, and as tho train pulled out of
the station he jumped up on tho forward
platform of tho mail car, next to tho
tender, whore ho remained undisturbed
until tlie train stopped at Ashtabula at
about :i a. m.
Those who saw Allen jump overboard
after ho broke his oar in tho Yale-Ata-lanta
boat race last year, and again saw
him set tho winning stroke ngainst Har
vard, will not bo surprised to learn of
his latest exploit. Ho is a modest young
man, who has tho happy faculty of "ris
ing to the occasion" at tho right time.
New York Times.
A lliihy Horn with u Tail.
A prominent physician of Milwaukee,
Wis., reports tho birth of a child having
an extension of tho vertebne, forming a
distinct tail. This extension measures
nearly three inches in length and about
half an inch in circumference, covered
with a thin membrane. The infant is a
fine healthy male, in no way remarkablo
except for its singular appoudago.
Its parents aro resectable Irish peo
ple, well to do and intelligent, ami aro
much mortified ut tho deformity, which
they at first insiited upou having cut
away. This, however, tho physiciun re
fused to do, us tho operation would in
all probability cost tho child its lifo,
while its presence is productive of no ill
results beyond, perhaps, a slight incon
venience ;w it advances in age.
As tho parents were so sensitive in re
gard to it tho matter has not been talked
of, but several of tho local medical prac
titioners have been allowed to examine
tho child in tho interest of soienco, and
have all of them pronounced tho case to
bo unique, but declare it to bo no proof
of the Mouboddoian theory of all men
having once been provided witli tails,
which were gradually worn away by
constant sitting, but that tho deformity
was probably duo to soino pre-natal in
fluence. The child is over three weeks old and
thriving. The tail seemed at first to be
very sensitive to any handling, owing to
the thinness of tho membrane covering
it, but this has thickened to nearly tho
consistency of tho skin, and tho append
age is much toughened in consequenco.
A Ni That Sho Enjoyed.
An amusing story is told of a Boston
girl which shows that tired human nat
ure will assort itself sometimes despito
tha demands of fashion or culture. This
particular young lady was a f,Teut trav
eler. Sho had been over tho greatei
portion of Europe and tlo east, and had
always occupied her timo to tho best ad
vantage. After her return from ono of
theso extensive jaunts sho was talking
of tho trip to her friends, when one of
thdm asked her what sho enjoyed most
among her experiences in tho realms of
art, scieiico and architecture. To tho
questioner's astonishment sho replied
that sho had derived tho most real coin
tort from a short nap taken whilo in the
chapel of Henry VIII. In explanation
tho girl sajd that; when she was wander
ing through Westminster Abbey sho
wits so brokeu down and exhausted that
she felt as if sho could never get rested
again, and on reaching tho chapel sho
seated herself in one of tho stalls and
went to sleep. New York Kecorder.
Umxl Krtilrfitf from Kultlnc Cutl.
Within tho last half dozen years tho
fish commission has remado tho great
cod fishery off tho New England coiwt.
During tho month of January hist it
took for hatching 2.jO,OUO,000 cod eggs.
Out ot this number about one-half will
bo safely hatched and will grow to three
inches iu length, when thoy will bo car
ried in tanks upon steam launches to the
ILhing grouuds and dumped overboard
to shift for themselves. It is estimated
that of thee 125.000,000 not less than
50,000,000 will escapo tho mawa of bigger
fishes and other perils of infancy and
grow to bo adults. SnpposO that theho
50.000,000 averago ten pounds apieco,
though they ought to averago twenty
pounds, and cod often reach eighty
pounds, and that thoy are worth only
three cents a pound. That ivzkcs 1 15,
000,000 worth of cod created by one hoa,
sou's hatching, with small expenditure
and comparatively little labor, Wash
EfL' I" Knclanil.
Ill 1600, it is reported, English impor
tation of eggs represented a sum of oyer
JKi.OOO.OOO. While Franco and. (Jepnaiiy
betweon them sent oyer 711,000,000 of
eggs, England reeoivcd moro than 200,
000,000 from Belgium, and nearly 75,
000,000 from Uula. From Portugal
camo 2,000,000, and smaller quantities
from Norway and Sweden, Morocco,
Italy, Turkey and Egypt. Malm and
tlio Channel islands also contributed, as
even Australia has begun to do, not
withstanding tlio eggs from thenco must
ho at least six weelcs old before thoy uro
put on the English markets.- Philadel
SAFE AND RELIABLE.
"Iu buying a cough medicine for
children," says II. A. Walker, a
prominent druggist of Officii, Utah,
"never be afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Heinedy. Tuere is no
danger fiom it and relief u always
sure lo follow. 1 particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's because I found
it to be safe and reliable." 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Beu
boii, Smith & Co., agents.
Are You Ever Tliirsiy
Those w inn days and want some
thing Im'h1o water In quench your
thirst? If so, we enn oil r you a
package that will make lic gallons of
the inott di'lieious Knot Hoer. This
pn palatini) is made directly I mn
fresh haiks and 'roots. It ciinics in
liquid foim, requires no boiling or
ftliuiuiiig. Drunk freely it keeps the
systo n in n hi'ulthy condition. It is
n i intovicating,
1 1 uve ynii ov r he.nid of the Seven
S ittlu li.iini .-s-iirs who uro eel,
h d lor In ir long doses of lieiiiiti
f'llhnii ' ii, v -ii v i his unusual growth
. - limn, en tiding a hair Ionic
wliieh ilny il:-iu.'t-cil nnd arc now
scl'iui! to tlio-i ), s foituiniti'. They
i I-m fom, 1 no idle with duudiiiir, as
uciiM ilt, uii iu or less. 'I heir Scalp
Cloiiiici ifiiiuv, s all such deletei ions
mutter. We'w tliiM'iiiitl Hull's, Mrs.
Allen'-, lhin's Iiieophoioiis, Calb i
line, K u in it (JitiiMie and others.
Soiiietiniiw piuple are not satisfied
w li the c dor of their hair, and do
siie a change-. Ilmr Dves will bring
this about. We keep' Hill's, Buck
iiham's and others.
1 low about mosquitoes these nights?
Remember we keep Unhitch and the
Burners for the same.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Kort & Ivlntc it rents.
BY virtue of a Writ of Execution
issued out of tho Police Court, on
the 23d day of Fein nary, A D. 18SI2,
against Yung Hoy, defendant, in fuvoi
of Aquui, plaintiff, for the sum of
227.:il), I have levied upon and shall
expose for sale at the Police Station,
in the District of Honolulu, Island of
Ouhii, at 12 o'clock in. of 'I UESDAY,
the Tub day of April, A. I). ISD2, to
the highest bidder, all the light, title
and intirestof the said Yong Hoy,
defendant, in and to the following
properly, unless said imlement. inte
rest, costs and my expenses be pre
List of property fur sale :
A certain Lease of Land at Ivulao
kaliuu, Honolulu, Oaliu, containing 5
Acres, made between 11. II II. Poo
maikelani and Ahoi (Puke), of record
in Liber 124, on pages 2G7 and 2(58.
(Signed) C. B. WILSON,
Honolulu, March 7, I8112.
:(:$ :iot-io ;it
BY virtue of a Writ of Execution is
sued out of the Police Court on
the 2I!d day of February, A. D. 1SU2,
against Yong Hoy, defendant, in
favor of Lo Ting, plaintiff, for the sum
of $105 82, 1 have levied upon and
shall expose for sale at the Police Sta
tion, iu the District ot Honolulu,
Island of Oaliu, at 12 o'clock m. of
TUESDAY, the 5th dav of April, A.
D , 1802, to the highest bidder, all the
right, title and interest of the baid
Yong Hoy, defendant, in and to the
following property, unless said judg
ment, interest, costs and my ex
penses bo previously paid.
List of property for sale:
A certain Lease of Land at Ktiluo
knhuu, Honolulu, Oaliu, containing 5
Acres, made between II. K. H. Poo
maikclani and Ahoi (Pake), of record
in Liber 12 1, on panes 2G7 and 208.
Honolulu, March 7, 1802.
30: :!0t-10 3t
MISS N. TO GERIGHTEN,
Professor of Daiiciiiy
Children (from :i year-, upwards) Class
iu Ball mill Fancy Dancing and Physical
Ciiltnie every Saturday, from i to 5
i. m. Terms, S:i a month iu advance.
Visitors allowed on Saturdays.
Adults' Class in Ball Koom Dancing
every Wednesday, from 7:;ll) to lO-OO
l'.M. Gents, 85; Ladies, 8'l a month iu
Ol'I'KII',, : : isi .'ort Ktiet-l.
FOlt SALE !
.. T HAVE on hand at'-Lit-
UxPr-rps -I tlo Britain," Honolulu,
tvjMgk 4r "t',l California Mules
myr nom '' ' c .vuiirh "hi. ninny
nftj of which will weigh fiom
1000 to 1100 His. each; 1 Thoroughbred
HoUti'lii Bull 2 )curi old (Stli of next
March; 1 Half Jersey Bull it years old
next May; 5 or (! Impoited Cows, all
gentle, young and have had calves within
past two mouths. Also, for want of use
and all as good ag new, 1 2-seated Cov
ered Carriage, with polo and shaft and
Double Harness; 1 Light 2-horso Lum
ber Wagon, Fisch make, and guaranteed
to carry -1000 lb,; also complete Set
Double Harness for same. All of above
property can be bought cheap.
350 lin P. O. Box Wi, Honolulu.
P. 1$. & L. A.
rIMlE regular monthly meeting of the
J 1'ioui'cr ituildiug & Loan Asso
ciation will ho held THIS (Monday)
EVENING, Maicli 7th, at 7i!l0 o'clock,
Tm:o. F. LANSING,
!!(:i It Secretary.
A COMPETENT, Tidy Man to lako
care of liomur. and can luges, drive
and make lilin-cll geueially useful, A
good home and wages. .None hut the
ahove u. ed apply. Apply to
MA lw E. h. Oil Nil A,
rpWO Nicely Furnished
JL Booms centrally located,
Enquire Bui.i.ini.N Otllce.
The best tiling to noiid to
your friends abroad in King
JJros.' Illustrated Souvenir
ol' Hawaii, which in gotten
up lor the nurnoHe and hi
not aii avurthjoment.
X ' tls
I i il 'I r I
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
Gentlemen Attention !
READ I'll IS" AM) IT WILL GIVE YOU A l'OINI'EK.
UNLAUIN3DRSSD SHIRTS. L'ome and see the re-enforced
L'nlatinilried Shirts that we nre"sclling for GO cents.
MEN'S UN Dtt SHIRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
.Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
flflEN'S SOCKS. A" immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
hriggan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 25 cents a pair.
MEN'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Fotir-in-Huud and Ties of all kinds.
qT See our White P. K. Scarfs that we are selling 2 for 25 cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for 1, lliey are good value.
Men's Battling Trunks 4 Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
! 04 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Goods by
Tools & implements,
Paints, Oils &. Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OK THU BEST QUALITY.
(From 1 Gallon to s'OO Callous).
tgy We are the only Authori.ed Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
OLLISTER & CO,
BST NEW GOODS BY KVKKY STKAMEll. "XBa
POUND NO t ICE.
iT- "VrOTlUi: is hoieby given that
O.V 1 tho follnwlm: described
ti i il 1 1 ml will he sold at public auction
on T1IUI1.SDAY, .March 17. Ih'.ia. at 12
o'clock noun, al the (iovcrmiieui Pound
1 Hay IIuie with while po!s on fore
head and hack, left hind log whilo, all
others black, branded "V" on right lde
Hoy Owner of the above animal niiiet ,
scud in his claim within ID days,
otlierwUo It will bo sold on the dale
above named. I). KAOAO,
Honolulu. Match 7, 18112, Iltjll 2t
MONEY TO JiUI LD HOMES.
IK you have a lot, I will build you a
hoiiro, and furnish thu money on
easy terms. .1. L, MEYEH, I
lilt) Fort Mioot. !
Mutual Tel. IHM; P.O. llo3b7. ,
Picture Frames made to
order from latest styles of
mouldings, tieuovatiou of
old pictures a specialty. I
'Mn timo of peace prepare
I'm Avnr," and when business
is dull make your purchases
becaus.' you are sure to have
intluceineiiis offered you (hat
the merehant would not have
time lo think about when be
was rushed by business.
We invite you lo step in
and '.ue some of tlie new
goods, they're all new be
cause lliey don't remain in
slock long enough to get old.
'Phe Little Kuifu Slinrpem-r
is a very bandy Ibing and
don't cost much so's a
FrsruF.u Steel Range.
Late Arrivals !
Oraie TrKjosss, Etc,
I have iol i ('tinned from the Coat
and have brought with me a
line lot of
Washington or Riveisule, Nav.l and
O It A IS 10 'I' 1 W KM :
AIm, a lot of Extra Flue
YAttlHTlKM Or ltOSl'.S
And other tliltigi. They can ho eccu on
Alakea stieei, above King, whole I will
be dail) from H .. si. lo r, i si.
;)5j tit H . J, RHO D E S.
Tills Hotel has recently added a largo
Single Rooms n Baths Attached
wiiiun will m: i.kt
Willi or "Wllliout, Hoard.