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time. It Is nl en li tlio steam wliNtle ofllio
Honolulu I'liinhiK Mill, n lew doom uliovo
the Custom llmiM. The. same whistle Is
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AVKDNESDAY, MARCH 1), 1892.
Wlmlliij; uk Wm Hiiylls-i from I'nllforulu
ltk beu Mioi'.o from San Friinulsoo
lik L'ulifiirniii from New ISmtfiml
Ilk llonillo from .-:iii KniucI-i;o
.Stmr i' It KUIiop from Kalmkii and
Sclir I.iiku from Kunui
tSuhr Kit .Moi from Ihniiakua
JSclir liliikuly from Siin Kranoiseo
S Hulfriu for Ilou.ukou mid Yokohamii
at L! a in
VESSELS LEAVIH0 TO-MQRROW.
iSlnii- lwalaiit foi Hamakui
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
W li Hull 2'JII bags Mignr. '17 head of
cattle, 1 asSL', '.!S bafjs coffee, li) bgs
uwa ami 170 pKjs Mimlrle.
From Maul and Hawaii pur Ftmr W G
Hall, MarM From A'olcano: Mr Mitcli
(.41. A ( bambcilaiu and wife, Mrs MSe
cols, .Mrs .'wctt From way ports: (Jul
S Xon-N, ? V llalev, Jl G Treadway, A
Uaiiics, lit Jtev HMiop Willis, Mis Mu
Jlae Miss l-cneira. U lladdeeky, Kev E
ti 'J'imoteo, D L Mejer, .Miss II ICaliia,
MNs Annie .-haw, I) Keliipio, Mies Ahe
ona and 82 deck.
FGREICN VESSELS IN FORI.
IJ S S fan l'laneit-co, Itear-Admiral
Brown, from San lJlci;o
L' S S I'eiihiicola, Kant., fiom San
11 It M m I'hiMiiiiit, Bl.ilr, from K-ipiI-
S S Ziiinbuti. EilwaiiU, fiiim Cliiml and
Am lk Sonoma, Lee. from Newcastle,
N S W
Am lik Edwaul Vay, McCluse, from
Am bk i.'olupa, Hiickus. from San Fr.iu-
Am liktiie Discovery, 1) McXel 1, from
Am bk Newsboy, Johnson, from New
castle lirigc W G Iiwin, McCiilloch, from Sail
FQREICN VESSELS EXPECTED.
H 1 Jl S lliei. Mori. fiomJapaii
S & Aiihiiallii. Iloiidlctto, iluu Mar 'li
ll M S S Mai 'o-a, IJavuaid, from San
FiauclsL-o, due Maicb 10
11 Jl t S Monowai, L'arey, from the Colo
nies, due Mm eli In
Am bk Amy Turner, Jobiou, from llos
tou, Jan. 10-15
Am wli bk .Morning Star, .Mar L'.'i, from
Foiet Queen, Nelson, from San Fran-cl-co
Andrew Welch, Drew, from San Fran
cisco S G Wilder, Grllllihs, from San Fran
cisco ft' fjktnu Iungaid, Schmidt, from Sail
v ' FiancUco
-niastcd i-ciir Jtolieit Lowers, from San
Itk Klsiiioie from Xewcanle, X S W
Ilk Ceylon, from San rrauclhco
Tliu Win G Irwin in receiving otigarnt
tlni p-SCVh wluif.
The bai'K Soiunua has been moved to
the tutcr-Iidtiud wharf.
' Tlio sti inner ilus JIakeu received
new foiemast to-day.
AlJUUCII At !!icdinoiit, Caljfoiulu. on
February a.'i, ol heart dl"oau, Wil
liam A, Aldiich, uged 07 years and
11 months, a native of Nc,w Hump
sliiiu, and foimcrly a resident of tills
"1 luivu Just recovered Iroui a sec
ond uttack of llic grip this year,"
Bays Mr. Jus. O. Joiics, publisher of
thu Lender, Alexia, Tuxas. "In thu
latter case 1 ued Ciiuiuhurluin's
Couli Hoincdy, mid I think .with
uoiisidiT'ihle success, only being in
lied a little over two days, nguintt
ten days for the llrut attack. Tliu
biTond attack I am satislled would
have been equally as bud us the first
but for thu use of this remedy, as I
had to go to bud in about six hours
after being 'utiuck' with it, while in
tliu lirst oase I was able to attend to
business about two days before get
ting 'down.' " 50 cent iiottles for
sulu by all dealers, lieiibon, Smith
Oc Co., Agents.
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
No. 3, Adams lane, has furnished
rooms to lot.
Tim bund will wuko tho echoes ut
Thomas Squuic this evening.
Tin: Union steamship Mouuwai iniiy
be iilniig fuiin the Colonies thi" even
ing. Wiiamno b.uk liou Knowlos ap
pealed oil' Diamond ITuuil thin iiftcr
t ic ion.
Kuan fe (.hum have a change of
advertisement in this issue. Sou tlicit
Tiik ICnliikiutii Monument Assooiu
tion will meet on Friday ut hu ollicc
of M. 1. UobliiBon.
J. F. Mohoak will hold ii mo of
furniture nt the residunou of O. Hen
wen, on Wednesday.
Invitations linvu been issued for
the state bull to be given at luluni
I'aliice on March 17th.
J. F. Muiio.iN will hold a sale of
jewelry and clocks at Jho store No. 87
Niiuanti street lo-inorrow.
A couNTKiiHKir Ainoriuau tiinirter
of lh92 wan e.lnbied by a native on
the eiiy fiont thu other day.
An oil painting of u native girl by
ICate More Wells of Mnui is in u win
dow of the l'acillc Maidwaio Uo.'s
B. 11. Hhown has been appointed
(.'oniniisMoiiur (if I'rivutu Ways and
Water flights foi- the Disliietof llilo,
A i.ati: Japan paper reports that
Dr. W. K. Hammond and wife arriv
ed on the S. S. Yatnashiro Marti from
Tiik tender of Frank Archer of !i!)74
for the election of a wooden building
on tho Insane Asylum pieinises has
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
cloudy; wind, light ninth. Whalers
Sea Ilree.e, Win. liayliss, Horatio and
Blakely, lying oil' and on.
Tub first division of the Liliuoku
lani Educational Society will hold a
meeting on Fiid.iy afternoon at the
Bungalow, l'uluce piuniiscs.
Tiik concert at tliu Kawaiahao
Chinch on Saturday evening will be
a grand musical event. Tickets are
being sold hi dili'eront stores.
Tin: S. S, Belgic resumed her voy
age to Yokohama and Hongkong
early ibis morning. Her 501) Chinese
weie lauded at the Quarantine sta
tion. Tin: new Hawaiian baik Hawaiian
Isles, 2200 tons, was lately launched
at Glasgow. '1 lie bark is intended for
the Hawaiian trade and will bo tinder
command of Captain Kustel, late of
Hie b.irkentine John Smith.
Mh. Kiiouns has a few choice Cali
fornia orange treus left, which maybe
teen at his place on Alukea street.
He has also some curiOMUcs for pot
ting purposes in a variety of cacii
from thu American desert, which are
beautiful in appearance.
Tin: Ladies' Society of the Central
Union CI urch will serve a lunch on
Thuisday from 11:30 to 1:30 in tho
pallors of the chinch, There will be
a charge ol SO cents, which will bo de
voted to the benevolent woik of the
society. All will be welcomed.
Mn. lleynolds of the Golden Kulc
Itiuaar lias 'imported quite a number
of novelties, which arc available at
Sun Francisco prices. In the win
dows may be seen home-made articles
in the way of canes and musical in
struments made of Hawaiian woods.
Tun following case occupied the
whole of to-day's banco session : In le
boundary between the lands called
II uinuula (Crown) and Kuohc (Gov
ernment) on Hawaii. Appeal of Com
missioners of Ciown Lands from deci
sion of F. S. Lyman, Commissioner
Hatch for the appellants; Attorney
General for tho Government.
A I'Assknoku by the steamer W. G.
Hall icports thai sixteen carcases ol
whales were thrown up on the Kona
coast, and caused such a disagreeable
smell that il became quite a nuisance.
One cm case was thrown up near n,
native's house and tliu stench caused
him to lcavo thu house and go up into
the mountains to escape the odor.
CASE UF THE HIGHBINDERS.
A decision was given in the Police
Court this morning in tho famous
highbinders' assault case. Pak Cb.ee
was found utility, hut sentence was
suspended till moved on. The four
others were discharged, evidence not
being at hnr.d to convict them of the
charge. The assailed in this case,
Chow Yee, has been arrested in con
nection with three natives, and will
have to answer the charge of gaining.
What is odd about this latter arrest
is the fact that they al appeared as
witnesses in the assault case. This
lends to shpw the existence of some
society among the Chinese.
The lloyal Hawaiian Miliary tyuid
will give a public concurt at Thomas
Square this evening, commencing
i at'7:30. Tho following is the pro
Oveituie Jolly Students Suppo
Walt. - I aura Jlilloeker
Finale Luerutla Ilorgia Doni.ettl
Selection Tniviatii Verdi
That's what thu wild waves uio Buying.
Hut oh, what a difference In thu
.Morning. Jly Jlary Greiin.
Selection Itiirher of Seville Hosslnl
Fiiutasia On the .MIIlHtream..Eih'iiberg
Waltz Luetlcla .Fidu bach
Quadrille Paul Jones I'lainpiette
THE ALLIANCE STRANDED.
When the S. S. Oceanic was steam
ing out of Vokohaum it was observed
from on board that the U. S. S.
AlliiuiCo was stranded on thu break
water. Admiral Harmony was on
board of the Alliance.
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McoVng of Sympathy with
the Noted PhilrmthrapiBt
and Hib Work.
Iti'liort ur Itemni'ks mill ItCNotutliitiH
Willi X Milieu of I'm I lelpn t.
A meeting culled by Honolulu
citizens was held yesterday evening
at Kawuialiao Church. The object
of the assemblage was to expioss
syu.pathy with General Armstrong in
his work at Hampton, Virginia.
Among those present were: Chief
Justice Judd, Judge Dole, Mr. A. S.
Ilartwell, Prof. W. D. Alexander,
Revs. Dr. C. M. Hyde, W. B. Ole
son and Dr. Reckwith, Chief En
gineer Inch and Chaplain Hoes of the
IT. S. P. S. San Francisco, lion. J.
IJ. Atherton, Mr. 11. W. Severance,
U. S. Constil-General, Mrs. Haale
lea, Messrs. A. P. Cooke, W. W.
Hull, J. 8. and S. X. Emerson, Theo.
Uiuhards, Drs. Andrews and Nichols.
The meeting was opened by Judge
S. B. Dole, who said that it was a
titling and pleasant thing to revive
his (General Armstrong's) memory
in tins ids birthplace, as it was noth
ing but natural, although he is an
adopted son of America. The
speaker recited the brave and manly
exploits of the general in the v'ivil
War and staled on the evidence of
one of the most prominent men in
America, Mr. Hale, that Armstrong
had done more for there construction
of the South through elevation of the
negro race, than any other man. The
speaker eulogized his memory, saying
that when hu laid down his sword
after the Civil War he went into the
solution of the freedman question. In
this he showed sagacily. For a
quill tor of a century he went on with
his educational work. Without means
he starlet! a school with 100 teachers
and this institution in a national
sense is one of the greatest in Amer
ica to-day. Lately, however, Ann
strong has been prostrated. Whether
he recovers or not, or this institution
may or may nol continue, remains to
he seen. The school has sent out
700 graduates into the wot Id. One
problem it has solved is co-education.
The Kauai Industrial School must
almost be called a branch of the
Hampton school. This Kauai school
is one of the results of the General's
late visit. This lieinu an informal
meeting the speaker would describe
Gen. Armstrong as one of Hawaii's
big boys, being born in this country.
Chief Justice Judd was inlroducul
as the next speaker and spoke in Ha
waiian. He remarked that he was
proud to say the man who was being
so honored in America was born in
Hawaii and was a fellow-graduate of
his, both coming out in the same
year. Mr. Judd returned to Hawaii
while Mr. Armstrong went to the war
and there distinguished himself. He
fell that it was their duty to remem
ber him. Armstrong is the only gen
eral born in Hawaii nci. In 1S80 the
speaker visited the Hampton school
and termed it a grand school. If
anyone wished to make subscriptions
towards the fund for keeping the
school running they could do so.
While the General had achieved high
honors he did not envy him the
severe toil by which he had risen.
He then spoke about the General's
exploits in the civil war.
Mr. 11. W. Severance was then
called upen, who said that there was
no other man with a more signal re
putation than General Armstrong.
Mr. Severance then spoke about the
General's success among the Indians
in his educational work, and remark
ed that whatever had been said of
him was well deserved.
Mr. J. S. Emerson said thai the
ownership of General Armstrong's
work belonged to Father Lyman of
the llilo boarding school.
Rev. W. IJ. Olesou recognized the
fact that the work done by Gen.
Armstrong owed its inception to Ha
waii. They had a claim on the man
and he would voice the sentiment
that they had a better right to own
him than the people of New England.
Al the close of the war while his fellow-lighters
were seeking positions
political or otherwise, Gen. Arm
strong bought the humblest thing
possible the establishment of an
educational institution for thu beuetit
of the humbler races at Humplon,
Rev. C M. Hyde said that General
Armstrong was so full of electricity
that he could get away from the bul
lets, and should have the same repu
tation as our Hawaiian hero who
could dpdgu the bullets. Many Ha
waiiuns have an idea thai by learning
law, they-would come to bo above
others. General Armstrong, instead
of impntting to (jie negroes classical
learning, taught them in the ways of
industrial independence. His iin-
f pression was that Armstrong made
his mark here as a newspaper limn,
as he was a many-sided man. The
speaker believed the same as the
General, in spending money inblcad
of hoarding il, for thu elevation of
Rev. Dr. IJeckwttli at this point
i read a letter from the General re
i ceived by last steamer, written by
his wife but dictated by himself. It
contained the news that he was stead
The following resolutions were
theu introduced by Mr. Haitwell, in
terpreted into Hawaiian by Chief
Justice Judd, and passed unani
Whkukas, thu Hawaiian friends of
Ucneral Samuel C. Armctrong have
louriipd With .nllciludi of his recent
illness and wish to pul on record and
send to biin an expression of their
Therefore, bo it resolved, (hat Ha
waii is delighted to own Getieial Ann
strong, who was born and spent his
boyhood and yoiilb in Honolulu, and
by his subsequent national service!- in
the United States, lms done, the high
est honor to tho land of his birth, and
Resolved also, that his fiionds in
Honolulu mid throughout the Hawai
ian 1-lauds hope that lie will lung lie
spared to see the results of his giund
woik among (be ngroi's ami Indians
And also, th it this lesolution, voted
in the old none church at Kawuia
liao, bo sent to General Artitstiong us
a simple token of love and f-yinpalhy
from Hawaii nci.
Before submitting these resolutions
to the meeting, Judge Dole spoke of
the propiiclyuf holding this meeting
and passing these resolutions in the
old stone church where Gen. Aim
strong's father had so often preached,
and the grounds of which his mother
had done so much to beautify by the
planting of and caring for the trees.
The meeting closed nt 'J o'clock.
IIiin Selnvi il len IHimiiklen Xlrely
Uei'ileiril at Oalui College.
The large front reception room of
Oahti College was crowded to the
veranda last night on the occasion of
a German entertainment given under
the direction of Miss Hasforth, tutor
in German to the institution. Many
of the most prominent German resi
dents were among the audience,
and their evident pleasure was a
safe ciiterion as to the success of the
entcitaininent. The farce named in
the heading "The (sword of Damo
cles" in English was rendered with
spirit by the following cast:
Jlr. E. Jl. Walsh
Solum (his wife). Miss Jl. A. Brewer
Philippine (their daughter) ... .
Jliss Nolliu Lowiey
Fritz (apprentice! Muster Wm. Castle
Karl Stablfeder (schoolmaster) .
Jlr. J.Q. Wood
The fun of the farce turns chielly
on the desperate attempts of the old
book-binder to recall the simile of
the sword of Damocles, which he re
quired for a titling description ot
family troubles apprehended through
a love affair of the schoolmaster with
his daughter. Jlr. Walsh revealed
surprising facility in acting. Miss
Brewer carried her part with much
grace, and was charmingly tilted out
in housewife attire in keeping. The
two young people were as bright as
could be, and their tongues quite
iaciie in the Fatherland's vernacular.
The play gave great amusement from
lirst to last.
After the play came the following
1. " Lotte," from Goethe's Sor
rows of Werlher. Miss Dale made a
delightful looking Lotte, posing in
the scene of distributing slices from
a loaf to children. The latter were
the little Misses Spalding, Master
and Jliss JIaertens, Tillie Hoting,
Musters Paul Elders and Hairy
Nichols, Werther being represented
by Prof. J. Q. Wood.
2. "Ascheubroedel." By Bruce
and Catharine Cartwright, Tillie
Hoting and Anna Maerlens.
3. "The Stranger Maiden" from
Schiller. By Flora Glade, the til.e
figure, Hannah Glade, Charlie Rice,
Daisy Cartwright, Bessie Hopper
and Harry Nichols.
I. "Ilaide Roeslein." By Harold
and Marion Dillingham.
fl. "The Sleeping Beauty." By
Minnie Schmidt in the title role, with
the children already named grouped
The German chorus that accom
panied the fourth tableau consisted
of Annie and Hermann Maerlens,
Lavinia and Cecilia Marshall, Bessie
Hopper, Ed. Crabbe, Paul Elders
and Daisy Carlwriglit. In one of
the intervals Miss Dale, music tutor,
effectively rendered a German song
and was encored.
All the tableaux hud to bo shown
a second and some a third lime, so
enthusiastic was their reception.
The di coralions constructed of palm
and banana leaves, embellished with
llowers, in the rear room whore the
show was given, were beautiful in
the extreme They were the handi
work of Mr. Buick.
Messrs. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism theie
as follow: "The wife of Mr. Win.
Pruitt, the Poitniaster here, had been
bed-nilden with i lieu mutism for sev
eial yours. She could get nothing
to do her any good. We sold her a
bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and she was completely cured by its
use. We refer any one to her to
verify this statement." o0 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
IUELY Furnished Itooius
at No tt Adams Lane,
FIJLL iittumliuico of the members
of the First Division of the Llliuo
kalunl Educational Society Is requested
to meet at the bungalow, In thu Palace
Grounds, FltlDAY AFTKUXOON at il
o'clock, to dUcus thu Html disposition
of the funds, held by that Division,
Ibifi 2t I'EK OKDEJt.
Kalakaua Monument Association
IDE members of till Asxicla'lou are
heieby untitled that thoiu will lie a
meeting at lliu olllce of tho Treasurer,
Hon, M. 1. Itobluboii. on the afieiuonii
of FltlDAY, March 1 1 tit, at -1 o'clock,
mid all persons having books ff tho
Association will abo take notice to inaku
returns of cash and book bcfoie that
time. I'EU OKDEK.
Are You Ever Thirsty '
These W'inii days and want some
thing besides water to ipi' neb niir
thirst? If so, we can oil-r you a j
package thai will make Iho gallons of j
the most delicious Root IJeer. This
prepaiation is made directly f oiu
fresh barks and roots. It comeo in '
liquid fot-m, lequiios .no boiling or i
sliiiiuing. Drank ftooly il keeps the
syio'" in a healthy condition. It is '
Iln, iiiii''t heard of the Seven)
S 'I In'i'iiMl Mlif Who lite cell
hi 'ol In ii I' ii ; tresos of bounti
ful hail' rinii Hiisinuisiiiil growth
w - io-iii i b ii-ing ii hnir tonic
wlin li ib y disinvi rrii and ate now
solMin. t" Ito'i li-- fortunate They
also toiiiei lioulih' with dnndi'tiii', as
i, all do ni .! oi 1 ! Their Sealp
Clenii.i lomow- all such deb'loiii his
mutter. We've tlu-o and Hall's, Mr.
Alien'-, H.niy's I tioophoious, Caib -line,
Hum ,t Quinine and others.
Soiueiinies people are nol satisfied
w . li the color ol ihuir hair, mid de
sire a change. Hn ir Dyes will bring
(hi.- about. Wo keep Hill's, Buck
ingham's and otliels.
How about mosquitoes those night"?
Remember we keep Buliuch and the
Burners for the sumo.
H0BH0N, NEWMAN & CO..
Corner Fort fc IvliiK Mi'euts,
Tlic OUiw Side of Life!
Many colored people in the South
are of the opinion thai in order to
remedy every evil all they have to do
is to go to law about il. Jake Web
ster went to Justice llowmd on Union
Creek, and asked for the arrest of
1'ete Jones for stealing his watch.
"What sort of a watch was it?"
"It was one ob dose round watches
wid two hands, and inside dar wit,
a whole lot ob wheels."
"Was it large or small, gold or
"Hit was a silber watch. Ef ycr
wants tor 'zaminc it, here it ham,"
and he handed over the antiquated
"What do you mean? Didn't you
tell me the watch was stolen by Pete
Jones, and hero you have il in your
"I luft him have it to go to church
wid las' summer, when we was
friends, but now dut lie am gwinler
marry 'Swayback Lucy,' who used
tor 'sociute wid me, 1 wants him
sent to de pcnilcnsharry for four
years, and 1'su gwine tor linb de law
on him. Texas Sittings.
Pat "Oy say, Jloike, the boss be
aflher getting a new electric clock to
hang in the otlicc."
Mike "O'ill sthroike this blwsit
Pat "Phy, Jloike, pliat's Hie rea
son." Mike "O'ill be blowed if oi thry
to kape up wide loightnitig. After
Pond Mother (anxiously) : "Why,
what's the matter, my dear?"
Married Daughter (weeping) :
"My bus husband has base- basely
deceived me, boo, boo, boo I"
'Mercy onus! How?"
"Two ye years ago last Chris
Christinas he gave me a watch for a
Christinas 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!" fN. Y. Weekly.
For Watches of ALL GRADES
(with works inside) call on
H. F. WICHMAN.
BY virtue of a Wiit of Execution
issued out of tho Police Couit, on
tlio 23d day of February, A 1). 1S!)2,
against Yong Hoy, defendant, in favor
of Aquai, plain till', for the sum of
$227 .3'.), I have levied upon and shall
expose for sale at thu Police Station,
in tho District of Honolulu, Island of
Oahti, at 12 o'clock m. of TUESDAY,
tho Oth day of April. A. 1). 18!)2, to
the highest bidder, all tho right, title
and in ti rest of the said Yong Hoy,
defendant, in ami to the following
property, unless said judgment, into
lent, costs and my expenses bo pre
List of property for salo:
A certain Lease of Land at Kulao
kahua, Honolulu, Oahti, containing ,r
Acres, made between H. II 11. l'uo
inaikolaui and A hoi (Pake), of reeoid
in Liber 121, on pages 207 and 208.
Honolulu, March 7, 181)2.
303 301-10 3t
BY virtue of a Writ of Execution is
sued out of the I'olicu Court on
tlio 2:id day of February, A. 1). IS1I2,
against Yong Hoy, defendant, in
favor of Lo 'Ting, pluintitT, for the siiiu
of .f 1(1.1 82, I have levied upon and
shall cx oso for sale al thu Police Sta
tion, in thu Distiiot ol Honolulu,
Island of Oalui, at 12 o'clock M. of
TUESDAY, the full day of Apiil, A.
I) , 1SU2, to tliu highest bidder, all tlio
light, title nnd interest of thu said
Yong Hoy, defendant, in and to ihu
following property, unless said judg
ment, interest, costs and my ex
penses bo pioviotisly paid.
List of pioporty for salo:
A certain Louse of Lund at Kulao
kahua, Honolulu, Oalui, containing 5
Acioh, made between II. H. II. Poo
iiiaikol.ini and Aboi (Pake), of record
in Liber 121, on pages 207 ami 2(58.
(Signed) C. It. WILSON,
Honolulu, March 7, 1892.
M'i aot-io at
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&AWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockets' Ban-, lb." Join.
"5 A ? 1 1 8
IOO Ton Sfiool,
You can get All-wcud chalii-. Uie- Ijoud". hit -i pattern"; Itlack GooiN.
White Good". Ginghams. Kid GloM'. Ntll Glove". Mitt". I.idio"' and Children's
Underwear, lloieiy. silk and Linen ll.itidkvrehlcls. bailies' and Children's
Jackets and Coat".' Luco and Embroideries. Etc. Examine our ICIbbim Stock
for baig.ihu. If you want a Silk Die-, look through our ilk Dcpailtneiit.
, rf . . 'V 1-. M il A: IS :
If you want Shirt", till" 1" the place. It you want Collar" and Cufts, tht I" the
place. ae money and get your Neckwear. Piuleihilt". Sock-. Etc . hero. I'liU
is the place to get jour lint-." If jon want a Traveling bag or Tiiiuk, come to Ui
and we will lit you out. If jnn are looking for a suit tor jour Utile boys, come in
and see it". 'e can tit you out tm the lea"t money. Itu'" Knee Pant" m all-wool
and linun. We will not 'bu undeiMilil by anyone. 'llcmcmlitr i AMI U what talk".
Gentlemen Attention !
HEAD THIS AND 11' WILL GIVE YOU A POINTER.
ULAU'MDRIED SHIRTS. Come and see the re-enforced
Uiiltiundried Shirts that we are selling for GO cents.
WSEN'S UfyDEttSHlRTS. Wo have a full line of Gauze,
Summer .Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MEN'S SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bul
hriirgau, Black or Fancy Colored ; look al our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 2o cents a pair.
RflEiVS MECKW.EAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Potir-in-lland and Ties of all kinds.
Soy See our White 1. K. Scarfs that we aie selling 2 for 25 cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for $1, they are good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks S Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
! 04 Fo ft Street, - - Honolulu.
--- " .-. -....r..- rm.m .
New Goods by
F LA N T A T 10 S UPP LI ES,
Tools & (Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
'From 1 Gallon to SOD Gallon").
Sfiy- We are the only Authori.cd Agon's for this article, and are
prepared to quote spi.ci:il prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Llioi ti ftx Hie sn.pplieH,
I Segars, Pipes
All IS NTS FOR
dy-N'EW GOODS BY EYEUY Sl'EAMEU. -tt
B.,S H. TO! GBRICHTBH,
Professor of l);utein;;
Children (from II years uiiu an!-) Class
I-, m. Tot in., 6.1 a month In advance.
Visitois allowed oil S.ituid,in.
Adults' Cla", in Ball Boom Dancing
every Wednesday, from 7 :M lo lt)MK)
V. m. Gents, .; Ladles, $ I a mouth in
OPVKli:. : : IHI '..i-i Hlreet.
"In lime ol peace prepare
foi unr,'4 and when business
is dull make your purchases
hecaus.' you are sure to linvr
itu'iinemenls offered you Hint
the merchant would not have
time to think about when he
wus rushed by business.
We invite you to step in
nnd see some of tho new
jr; tods, they're all new lx--
ttise they don't remain in
stoelc long enough to get old.
The J, it lie Knife Sharpener
is a very handy thing1 and
don't co.it much so'- u
Fi-'Miiiit Steel Range.
T I Q '
MRS CO., L'd.,
Late Arrivals !
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Single Rooms Baths Attached
wincii WU.U lin UKV
Willi oe Wliliout lloaril,
WM. B. HOOPER,
'850 3U1 Manager.