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OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
KIUMI AM AI'TIIlt KI.K.
A.M. A.M. P.M. T.M.
Loavo Honolulu. ..0:15 Bt43 1M5 liHnf
Arrive Honoullull.. 7:20 fifi" '2:57 S:35t
Lcavo Honnullull..7:30 10:13 3:1! fi:42
Arrlvo Honolulu. ..8:35 11:66 4:55 6:60
TEAM. OITV T.OOAI..
Leave Honolulu 5 :'20 ....
Arrive Pearl City 5:f8 ....
Lewvo t'oar" City.. 0:00
Arrive Honolulu.. .0:40
t Saturdays only.
Satin days excepted.
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lli.2Sin.:llsi'L', )i. in. of Honolulu Oljoi viiloiy
lime. It Is kIm!.i l thu t-tuain whintloir tho
Honolulu l'liiuiiiK Mill, u few (Uhiih uboxe
Hid Custom Hmihu. 'lliu saini) whistlo Is
founded conrttly at Honolulu nioiiii noon.
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TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 1802.
S S Hclj;ie, from San Francisco
tSuliv Mllle Morns from Kool.iu
Stun- V G Hall fiom Maui and Hawaii
Am bktne S N CiKtltf, lliibb.ud, 24 days
from &an Francisco
Am bktni' slc.igil, KoljIiHon, from l'oit
Stmr Ulaudiiie for Maui uto p in
StmrMikiihaln for Kauai al 5 p in
St nir Wulaleale for Kauai
Stmr Mokolii for Molol;ai at 5 p in
S S Zambesi for Victoria and Poitlaud
S S Belgic for Hongkong and Yokohama
at 8 p m
For San Francisco per O &OSS Oce
anic, Mar 7 A M Perriu. .Martin Herm
ulln. A .lanett. M I Covin.i and wife, A
Arudt, wife and 3 children, Kred IJtlsh
inun,.F Hadtke, wife and children, A
Rose, It Howie. Win Peters, A Kieit.is,
wile and child, K Uon-alves, wife and
n cliildieu, F I Dcsminlo. wife and child.
.J de silva, wife and 5 elilldien, Franc
Robello, wife and 5 chthlicn, A de MaW
Fiom Mill Fianoi;eo, per bktne S X
Cas-tle, Mar 8 Dr Clias A Peterson and
wife. Master J Peterson, Miss I lsie
Peterson. Mi-- Lela Hubbard, .Mrs W T
Kibbler, Mis a M Milier, Miss Caroline
Castle, It A Jenkins, It II Hawks, E 1
Ordway, W F Ordwny and Walter P
Fiom San Krauciico per S S Belgic,
Mar 8 Mi (JS'UiipMin, Miss LS Mooie,
Mrs Mooie and SOU Uliluce. and 481
passengers in tiaiisit.
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S tiaii FianeNeo, letir-diulrul
Brown, fiom San Dleco
L" S S I'ensaeola, ICimlz, fiotn San
II B M m l'lieasant. Bl.ilrfrom K-quI-'
S S Zaihbei. KdwarilR, fiom China and
A ii lik Sonoma. Lee, from Newcastle,
N S W
Am bk Edwaid Vay, McClnre, fiom
Am bk Colusa, Backus, from San Fran
cisco Am bktne Discovery, D McNei 1, from
Am bk Newsboy, Johnson, from New-
Brlgt W G Irwin, MeUiiiloch, from San
r'ORElUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II M S Iliei, Moii. fi oiii Japan
S S Australia. Iloudlettc, due Mar 22
Ii M S S Mar'posa, llavwaid, from Sao
Francisco, due Maich It)
K M h S Mono wai, Caiey, from the Colo
nies, due .Mm ell 10
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, fiom Bos
' ton, Jan. 1 0-l.j
Am wli bk Morning Star, Mar 23, from
'' Ntfw Bedford ' '
Am wh bk Mermaid, Jlar 25, from New
Bedford ' '
Am 'hktJCiltiu Fiickinger, from 1'uget
' Souiid. now duo ' '
Am schr Aloha, from Fort Blakely, now
Mis stmr Moiuhir. Star from the South
The steamer Wulalcalo sailed this
ufternoon for polls on Kauai Instead of
lluiiuiktiii as Inadvertently leported yes
terday. ' Tlie barkentino DUcoyeiy Is lying in
the slien in tiwititiug sugar.
1 The liaVkeiitiua hknuit; Jtoblnsou mas
ter, anived fro in Fort Townsend this
morning with tho following lumber con
signed to Wilder & i'o: 472.027 ft rough
lumber. 27,5(18 ft surf. !S.0t8 ft T ifc G,
10,1 .0 pickets, 50,61)0 shingles.
SAN K1UNCIMN) NOTES.
Sailed Feb 20, Forest Queen Nelson,
for Honolulu; vfl. Andiew Welch, Drew,
for Honolulu, S G Wilder, Gri tilths, for
'Arrived Feb 21, Inuuard,, 15 dayb.
front Honolulu j 22, l'l.unur, 20l days;
iVylon. 20 days; Kobeit powers, 28
days, fiom Honolulu; Golden Slimy, 18
days f i oin Kuhulul.
Bk Klsinoio sailed from Newcastle, N
K W. Feb aa, for Honolulu.
1'ioji'ctt'il ilepartiues d S Mariposa,
Mar 4; Iruigaid, Mar S; Itobt l.ewcis,
Ceylon, .'-i S Australia, Mar 15, for Hono
lulu, and ICva for MahuKoua.
Uhi- lI'ii'HrnrirH Ai'lit I'lioMinnte.
Dr. V. B. Gillies, Winnipeg, Mani
toba, bays; "I liuvo iibed it in a typi
cal casu of indigestion with bilious
ness, und found it to bo, without
excojition, thu beat thing 1 ever used
in such casl-B."
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LOCAL AND CENERAL HEWS.
J. F. Mono an will hold a caul: sale
Tin: band played at Kuima Square
Tin: S. S .iimlic-.i
will sail Ibis
evening in 0 o'clock
Tub infant son of Joseph
died yesterday afternoon.
Tiik Honolulu .itlitir Club
moot for prnelieu lbi.- I'veuiii),'.
II. Hoiin will not be ruitiniliU'
for tiny debts without his sanction.
Tub Board of
J. STUPrLBDEEK liiiM been appointed
inspector of kerosene oil for tho dis
trict of Hilo.
II. F. Wiciiman tho jeweler has
Miinethiug in this issue wbieh should
In read by nil.
Tiik Sons of St. George havp
chiingeil their incelinu uighl to Mon
day of every week.
The U S. S. Adams has been com
missioned ut Mure Island and will he
assigned to the I'acitic station.
Mit. 10. H. '1 houias, contractor, lias
begun cleuring the ground for the
erection of tin- Buixktin building on
The ni'ieting to exptess sympathy
for General Aiinstroug and his work
will he held in Kuwaiuhan church at
7 :30 this evening.
Miss 0. Sampson, a relative of Cap
tain V. T. Sampson of the U. S. F S.
San Francisco, and two lady friends
were passengers on the S. S. Belgic
A FUiJj utlcndiim'u of the members
of the Kapiolani Maternity Homo
Society is requested at a meeting to
be held at llonuakaha to-morrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock.
The barkentino S. N. Castle brought
thirteen passengers from San Fran
cisco this morning. .An unlucky
number, but only a long passage to
show for it, Captain Hubbard,
A it una way occurred yokterduy on
King stieet. The horse was caught
by a young man, not Frank Ferreira
this time, who returned the vehicle to
the owner and was awarded $4 50.
The steamer Majestic has made the
fastest time on record across the At
lantic. She steamed 2805 miles at an
average of 20.41 knots an hour. Her
time was 5 days 15 hours and 54
Almo.st all the passengers by tho S.
S. Oceanic from Honolulu yesterday
ovening were Portuguese. They got
left, by the S. S. Australia and took
the next chance to clear out of the
A I'iCTUitE of the "Sugar Baron of
1803," appeals in tho Hawaiian News
Co.'s window to-day. He shows a
tattered and torn appearance and a
weary look, in if lie had just partak
en of an oyster cocktail.
The barkentine S. N. Castle arrived
this morning, three days later than
the hrignntino W. G. Irwin. Captain
Hubbard reports the same as the Ir
win his delay was not only owing to
calms but "more of it."
A cemented grave for the lute Bish
op of Olba is being made at the foot of
the largo cross in tho Catholic ceme
tery. As soon as finished the body
will be removed from the receiving
mausoleum and interred there.
A gentleman who came ovor tho
Pali yesterday speaks in high praise
of the work done on the road by Mr
Sinythe, since he was given charge of
the repairs two or threo weeks ago.
Whoro the landslide took place the
first of February ono can now almost
crobs on the old road in a brake.
A Geuman play, "The Sword of
Damooh's," will bo given by the
modern languages cluss of Oaliu Col
lege at that institution this evening.
There will bo music by Miss Dalo and
others. ' Tickets at 50 cents can bo
obtained at Thrum's bookstore. The
entertainment will open at 8 o'clock.
A car will leave the college gate for
town ut 10:10 o'clock.
TiiKiti: vus ,i select private billiard
exhibition at the Brunswick Parlors
last night, by Mr. Ben. F. Baylor, the
California expert. Among the inter
ested spectators wore Adnlirul Brown,
His Ex. Sum. Parker, lions. Win. G.
Irwin, W. J. Smith, Jos. Marsden and
Geo. N. Vilcox. Besides fancy shots
by Mr. Baylor, lie played a balk line
game with Mr, Parker, in which the
Premier mado quitu a showing of
The whole of the banco session bf
tho Supreme Court to-day was occu
pied in the case of tho Hawaiian
Commercial & Sugar Co. vb. tho Wai
luku Sugar Co., sdit in equity for
partition and accounting. ' Appeal
from decree of tho Chancellor over
idling demuuer and plea in abate
ment. Hatch fur plaintiff; Hartwcll,
Carter, and Thurston & Frear for de
fendant. Tho matter of ilxing charges
of the stenographer for transcriptions
will bo heard on Monday,
The Hoyalljawnjian Military Band
will give a public concert at Thomas
Square litis evening, commencing
at 7:1)0. Tho following is the pro
Overture Fra Dlavulo
llooheiio. Puu Aluul.
Selectlou Captain There
Nuu o ka
1' an tasla .Mosquito Dunce., .t-.lleuueig
Wahz Summer Eveniug....Wtildti'Ufil
Polka Ionian Wardropo
No weulti (s useful,, save to
wjio caiV puf il to a g'6ocl use.
SOCIAL SOI0H0E AGClATlim
Pnntr by Itcv. W. It, OIorou nod n
The Honolulu Socinl Science Asso
ciation licltl its monthly turelitit; at
tho house of Dr. Audtews on King
street iust night Members were pre
sent in almost Itul force, together
vith n larger number than usual of
invited guests. The company com
prised tho following: Chief Justico
.liiild, Associate Justice Dole, lievs.
Dr. Hyde, Dr. Beckwith, S. K.
Bishop, Mr IIoc, chaplain U. S. K.
Pensucohi, and V. 1). Oleson ; lions.
U. 11. Bishop, V. D. Alexander,
Paul Neumann and Jos. B. AUieiton ;
Profs. Hosnier, Lyons anil Scott;
Dis. Hodyers, Kincrson, Andrews,
Whitncv, Nichols and Clark (burucou
U. S. N.); Capt. Sampson and Fleet
Engineer Philip Inch of the U. S.
flagship Sau Francisco; Mr. C. J.
Lyons, superintendent of the weather
service; Mr. V. J. Lowrie, manngur
I'.wa plantation ; Messrs. L. A.
Thurston, ,los. Emerson and Mr.
Levi Lyman, and the editors of the
Advertiser and Bulletin.
Dr. Emerson taking the chair called
thu meeting to order at 7 :3() o'clock.
Minutes of the previous meeting,
which contained a record of interest
ing discussions, were read by Dr.
Hyde. A ripple of laughter was
caused by the secretary's en or in re
porting Dr. Whitney, essayist of that
evening, as saying the lirst dental
college in America was established
in Boston instead of Baltimore. Tho
doctor being in doubt "took it for
granted" the place must have been
Boston. The chairman called for
questions or remarks on any subject,
which raised infoiinul talks on differ
Dr. Hyde had read in the Indepen
dent that a German scientist was
maintaining the theory that the white
corpuscles of the blood were the
lighting force of the system against
bacilli, aad if they were sufllciently
strengthened there would be no dis
ease. Dr. Bodgers said a controversy
was waging between two schools on
the subject, one holding to the white,
another to the red corpuscles, as be
ing the protective corps of the sys
tem. The white side thus far had
somewhat the better of the argument,
yet the speaker inclined to the belief
that the reds were in the right.
Mr. Emerson had observed, in a
recent importation of orange trees
froin California, that those whose
roots weic packed in moss thrived,
while others packed in straw died.
He wanted Prof. Lyons to say why
this was thus. The professor would
not undertake to give an offhand
opinion. Another member gave an
instance of where straw covering
saved tender plants. In a general
talk that ensued, many interesting
points on fermentation of organic
substances were elicited, Prof. Scott
tellinir of the remarkable property in
this respect of rice husks and its
utilization by the Japanese and Chi
nese, both in the preparation of pe
culiar articles of diet and in the in
cubation of eggs.
Chief-Justice Judd remarked with
pleasure on the large number of sky
larks he had seen on his late trip to
Waialua. Governor (Jieghorn had
let a few loose some years ago and
they had multiplied. Mr. Lowrie
said they were abundant at Ewa,
and more thau a match for the pug
nacious mynah birds
At 8 o'clock the chairman an
nounced the event of the evening,
the reading of a paper by Rev. W.
B. Oleson on "Cane Cultivation by
the Lease-hold System." The paper
was listened to with the closest at
tention, and when it was through
questions rained on thu author. He
answered all queries and objections
promptly and lucidly, showing that
he had made a careful study of
different phases of the subject. The
discussion was too discursive to be
reported in available space. How
ever, the importance of the question
raised will demand a wider and fuller
discussion in the press. So as to
make a proper opening of the sub
ject, the Bulletin gives Mr. Olesou's
paper without abbreviation in this
After the feast of teason the com
pany was invited to a repa3t of
another kind in the dining room.
There an elegant collation of salads,
oyster patties, sandwiches, cake,
banana ice cream, etc., with coffee,
was served, compelling the feeblest
appetite into vigorous exercise. Mrs.
Andrews, Mrs. Hoes and Mrs.
Nichols, the amiable hostesses, uc
quilted themselves as supreme mis
tresses of the gastronomical branch
of social science.
0. & 0. S. S. BELGIC.
The O. & O. S. 5. Co.'s Belgic,
Capt.' Walk'er, arrived antl anchored
off the harbor about 11 o'clock this
morning. The Belgic called here to
land the Chinese passengers which
were taken ro Sun Francisco by the
K. S. Uio Janeiro. The 509 immi
grants will be lauded in quarantine,
when the Belgic will leave for Yoko
hama and Hong Kong at 8 o'clock
this evening. A clean bill of health
was shown by the ship's people,
nevertheless no one was allowed mi
h) transit arc 477 Chinese,
1 Japanese anil 11 European passen
gers, Busides the Chinese for this
port were Miss C. Sampson, Miss L.
S. Moore and Mrs. E. S. Moore.
SAFE AND RELIABLE.
"In buying a cough medicine for
children," says H. A. Walker, a
prominent druggist of Ocdeu, Utah,
"never be afraid to buj Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. Ti eru is no
danger from it and relief 1. always
sure to follow. J particularly recom
mend Chamberlain's becauso I found
it lobe safe' and feliahlb.'' a.0, cpnV
notices for sato by aji dealers. Ileu
spn,. Smith & Co., ngents.
SIR EtiVyitf A3.1DL0. .
Iti'iniulit Aflliut'C fi-oiii llio Heinle In
I In- Itull.tln'H MiM-dlol Hunt.
Sir Edwin Arnold, author of "The
Light of A-ia," "The Light of the
World," etc., is a through passenger
on tho Hclgiu. He came ashore lo
see the town, being safely trans
polled from ship to shore, past the
roaring reef, in the Daily IJlm.lktin's
special boat. Sir Edwin is not only
one of thu greatest living authors,
but among the foremost journalists
of the world as well. His productive
power in furnishing editorials lo the
London Daily Telegraph, when at
home, is almost fabulous.
Sir Edwin in coining ashore ex
pressed a longing lor a feast of poi,
facetiously adding that he would
also like a drink of awa, with the
preparation of which his talk showed
he was familiar. He praised the
climate and said he should like to
stay here awhile, and was enthusias
tic in his admiration of the mountain
Tho steamer Iwalani was met on
her way out the passage, and Sir
Edwin observing tho name remarked
that "Iwalani" was the llrst Hawaii
all word he had ever learned to pro
nounce. On being told in answer to
his question that the word meant
"bird of heaven," the learned knight
pleasantly icuiarked that it should
be "bird of the sea."
Sir Edwiti drovu lo thu Hawaiian
Hotel to stretch his limbs on shore
and get a feed of poi. He wanted
lo walk but two fellow-passengers,
not so used to travel probably, pre
vailed on him lo take a caniage.
Sir Edwin Arnold gave the reason
of his present journey to the Sau
Francisco Bulletin as follows:
"My mission lo India is a very in
teresting one being to transfer from
the Brahmins to the Buddhists the
great temple of Buddha Gya. This
temple was founded by King Asoka
300 years before Christ. It is to the
Buddhists what Jerusalem was to the
Christians in the crusades, or Mecca
to the Mohammedans. My work
must be accomplished by friendly
negotiations, and I have been com
missioned to this, both by the Budd
hists of Asia and the Queen's Govern
ment at home. I appreciate that the
surrendur of this great temple will
be a difficult matter and that it must
be made upon a friendly basis or not
al all. The statement may appear
singular, but it is nevertheless true,
that in India, thu birthplace of Budd
hism, there arc hardly any Budd
hism not more tljan say JO, 000, the
Buddhists bcirg found principally in
Siam, Ceylon, China and Japan "
The sonjewhat locally celebrated
case of Mr. James Gay, ex-candidate
for the position as one of the Nobles
of Oahu, who was arrested on a
charge of misdemeanor by a failure
to make return of expenses incurred
by him, as a candidate, during the
lute election, was called, by consent
of counsel, this morning in the Police
Court before Judge Foster. The
section of the Election Law, the non
conformity to which caused the ar
rest, of Mr. Gay, is numbered 49 and
reads as follows :
"Within ten days following an
election each candidate Shall furnish
to the Minister of Interior a sworn
itemized statement of his expenses as
a candidate for election, which list
shall be open to inspection of any
one without fee or reward."
Section 103 of the same law indi
cates persons liable to be guilty of
misdemeanor, and subdivision 2 of
said section states that candidates
failing to comply with Section 49,
above given, come under that head.
The prosecution was represented by
Deputy Attorney-General Creighton
ami Deputy Marshal Wilder, lion.
Paul Neumann appearing for defend
ant. Thu facts weru admitted with
out argument and counsel for de
fense made statement that his client
had no expense, therefore hud no re
turn to make, and moved that Mr.
Gay be discharged. Judge Foster
held that the law had not been com
plied witli and found the defendant
guilty of a misdemeanor as charged
and lined him $100. Appeal was
taken fiom Judge Foster's decision,
and the point of law involved will be
decided by the Supiemc Court at,
very probubly, a very early dale.
m m m
SCOTTISH THISTLE CLUB.
The regular weekly meeting of the
Scottish Thistle Club wus held lust
uilit. Routine matters being dis
posed of and "the good ol the club"
leached, Mr. Walter Hill, 'Uhc louo
honorary member," announced that
he hud a;) cxticiiicly pleasing duty
to perform, lie had been asked by
a gentleman unconnected witlL the
Club to tender, on that gentleiiiiui's
behalf, a donation in thu shape of an
engrossed poem. The poem hud
been recently publibhcd in the P. C.
Advertiser, and was read at the pre
vious weekly meeting by a member.
Its author was Mr. C. II. Ewurt,
Dalbeattie, Scotland. The engrosser
was not a Scotcjiiuqu, but a Scandi
navian with a true brotherly feeling
towards Scotchmen, and Hint feeling
had prompted him lo engross and en
fiame the poem to fill sonic vacant
spol on the walls of the Scotchmen's
meeting hull. The Scandinavian
gentleman referred to was Mr. Viggo
The donation was a completo sur
prise to everybody, and the donor
was not only unanimously thanked,
but was also three times cheered.
Thu Secretary was instructed to con
vey to Mr. Jacobaen the Club's high
appreciation of his splendid gift and
of the kindly fecliiiga which yctumed
PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN-S8
1 columns of lutcicbtlng muling
$5; Ibhwis 8t.
to foreign countries,
These warm days and w.mt "oiiir
tbing bc-idii water tn iiiriii-li ,i'ii
thirst? If n, wo can nil 1 jmi il
package thai will make fiu- .'.dlon- f
the most delirious llo.it Bi- r. This
pr p.iralinn is made diri'rlly" f oln
fresh harks and roots. It rnme in
liquid foini, requites no boiling or
Btiuiuiiig. Drank freely it keeps tho
sv-ic'ilhit bi'iilihy condition. It is
11 inii'Xii' Ming.
11.1'r V'.u 1 v. r hi'itid of iho Seven
! iiibi't'iiH'i c fiin who are celu-
li il Iff tlii limj llu-M'ri of llPllllli-
f.i'. ii.nr iluy-.n 1 .ifliuiUhUiilgU'Wth
w s l.itiii ei In u-ingn hair tonic
wlih li ih y di.'.o, rid und ate now
siiini'.- tn il.ii It- foituiuitc. They
1.I.-.1 ! iiinl 110, iiilu with ilamliull', us
wp all ih iu u or less Their Scalp
Cli-'iiMT ionium all Mich deleterious
manor WVvii tliceiiiiil Hall's, Mis.
Al.en', HnryV 1 ricoplicroiis, Caib -lino,
limn iV (Juiiiinf and olheis.
Sniiii-tinii-s pt-MpIo are not satisfied
w b llic culm if their hair, and de-sin-
a I'luinge. Hinr Dyes will bring
this alioiii We keep Hill's, Buck
ingham's .mil others.
lloivubout mosquitoes these nights?
Remember we keep Buliach and thu
Burners for the same.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner lorL A: JCIiiff i-MreotH.
Tlie Other Side of Life!
Many colored people in the South
are of the opinion llial in order to
remedy every evil all ihey have to do
is to go to law about il. Jake Web
ster went to Justice Howard on Union
Crock, and asked for the arrest of
Petu Jones for stealing his watch.
"What sort of a watch was it?"
"It was one ob desu round watches
wid two hands, and inside dar wuz
a whole lot ob wheels."
"Was it large or small, gold or
"Hit was a silber watch. Ef ver
wants ter 'zaminc it, here il ham,"
and he handed over the antiquated
"What do you mean? Didn't you
tell me the watch was stolen by Pete
Jones, and here you have it in your
"I luft him have it to go to church
wid las' summer, when we was
friends, hut now dat he am gwinter
marry 'Swayback Lucy,' who used
ter 'soeiate wid 1110, I wants him
sent to de penitensharry for four
years, and 1'sc gwine ter hab de luw
on hira. Texas Sittings.
Pat "Oy say, Moikc, the boss be
afthcr getting a new electric clock to
hang in the oillee."
Mike "O'ill sthroiko this blisit
Pat "Phy, Moike, phat's the rea
son." Mike O'ill be blowed if oi thry
to kape up wide loightuiug. After
Fond Mother (anxiously) : "Why,
what's the matter, my dear?"
Married Daughter (weeping) :
"My bus husband has base- basely
deceived me, boo, boo, boo!"
"Mercy onus! How?"
"Two ye years ago last Chris
Christmas he gave me a watch for a
Christmas present, boo, boo!"
"I know. What of it?"
"This this morning I I tried to
wi wind it an it's nothing but a
a doll's watch, with no works inside,
boo, boo, boo!" N. Y. Weekly.
For Watches of ALh GRADES
(with works inside) call, on
H, F. WICHMAR.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
V the annual meeting of the stock
holders of thu People's Ice & Re
frigerating Co, held this diy the fol
lowing persons were elected 'as olllceu
for the ensuing year:
Jona. Austin Pi csiileiu,
Win F. Allen Viou-Piesldent,
L. C. Abies Treasurer,
G, P. Castle Secretary,
T. W. Hobron Auditor.
The above named ofllecrs constitute a
Board of Directors.
T. w. lioimox.
Honolulu, March 1, 1802. :in'.i lw
rpiIK regular annual meeting of the
I Hawaiian Fruit & Turn Co. will he
held at their onlec In Walluku, Maul, 011
SATURDAY, Mulch 12, 1802, at 10
o'clock a. M. W. II. DANIELS,
3 in 231 Secretary II. I & T. Co.
PAPER HANGING I
G1VK J. L Meyku the Painter a call
and buvoynurPaper Hanging done
promptly and neatly. 130 Fort street.
P. O. Box H87. Mutual Telephone
CC2. ir.c. tf
ACOMPKTKNT, Tidy Man to lako
earn of hoie and ciliihigeh, drive
ami make himself geneiallv useful. A
good homo ami vnj40s; Xouu but the
above in ed apply. Apply to
::o;i w K. . UUNIIA.
Rooms centrally located,
Knijulru 1UJI.1.CTIN Olllce.
Luw. Olllce In
Vhv Mouldings, Ifraiiies,.
I'nHtolH, -ArtotyiKJH, Piiol o
Ki'tmiroH, Etchings and
ovury thing in tho lino of
picturoH, go to King Bron.,
ViV.0Ui ' S", rrttW'Tra
1 1 ti i I 1 r 1
RAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprcekels' Ban ,11 10I11I11.
HE VI) 1'HIS AND IT WILL
UMLAUNDRBHD SHIRTS. Come and see the ru-enforced
rnhiundriud .shirts that we are selling for 00 cents.
iWEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. Wo have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
WIEN'S SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
bnugan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for '2't cents a pair.
MEN'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-Hand ii'nd Ties of all kinds.
S!r See our White P. K. Scarfs that we sue selling 2 for 25 cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, ;i for SI, they are good value.
j's Bathing Trunks & Suits.
N. S. SACHS
!04 FKt Street.
PACIFIC HARDWIRE CO., L'd.,
New Goods by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE. LUBRICATING OILS
OF TIIK BEST QUALITY.
flgy We are
prepared to qnote Rptcial
PURE DRMS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
ACiENTS FOR THE LEADLNU
aar nkw goods by kvkry stkamhr. -x&a
POUND NOi ICE
Ic Imri'liv iriveii that
tho follow iiii do-ciihcil
animal will hu .-obi at public auction
on Tlll'RhDAY, March 17, IB'.IL'. at 1J
o'clock noon, at the (iuvi'iiiiuciil Pound
at .Makikl: -
1 Hay Hoiin with while r-poti- on foie
hcad ami Ij.icU, left hind leg while, all
othei black, hl'iiuded "U" oil light side
fey- Owner of thu above animal nnipt
hcud hi his claim within 111 iluy.
otliorwlM) ll will lie Hoiu on Hut date
above named. I). KAOAO,
Honolulu, Maich 7, lh!)2, .11 U 'Jt
MONEY TU'JIUTM) HuMtiS. '.
IF sou have a lot, I will build you a
house. ud fiiriiUh the money on
.Mutual Tel. Oil
J. I.. MKYKK,
HU) Fori stieet.
'.'; P.O. llusilST.
Pititiiro Kramt'S mmlo to
oritur from liilost stylus of
mouldings, itonovutiou of
I old pictures a Hnuuiulty.
01 war, mid when bnsmens
is dull make your purchases
because von are sum to have
iiuliifemputs offered you I hat
Uie merchant would not have
time to think about when he
was rushed by business.
"We invite you to step in
and sue some of
gnods. they're all
cause they don't
stock Ion"1 1'uoiuyh to jjetnld.
mm... 1 !ni ir..:c ci
1V1IIIU UIUI1 JU1ILT
don't cost much so's
FtfMiKH Stf.ki. Kangk.
GIVE YOU A POINTER.
Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
Late Arrivals !
(From 1 Gallon to &00 Gallons'),
the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
JIAKDWARE CO., L'd.
'Pills Hotel has icroutly added a huge
Single Rooms Baths Attached
which wu.i. 111: i.Kr
V I til oi- Witlioul Ilourd.
WM, B. HOOPER,
MSB H. TO GUM,
Professor of Dancing.
Children (fioiiiayeaivupwunli) Class
in Kail and Fancy 1 uicliii; and Physical
luliiiie eiery Saturday, from 2 to S
i'. m. Terms, 6 1 a mouth In advance.
Vlsiioin allowed on Saturday.
1 SELfcCV CLASSES.
j Adults' Class In Ball Room Dancing
every Wciltici-d.iy, fiom 7. .M to 10IK
i. m. Geuti, $5; Ladles, 31 a mouth In
I OF TICK, l : IMS fr'01-t htieet,
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