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FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 18!)2.
,. , ARRIVALS.
ll M S S Mar posa, Hnywntd, from Snu
Voifftt Queen, XcNon. from San Kran-
Am sehr I.ouIm Oleson, Ilnrtulu, from
Stmr r. 11 IiUhop from Kiihuku mul
lt Al S a Monowai, Caiey, for Han Frnu-
RM s S Mnilpnsa, Ilayuiird, for tlic
Colonies at 0 p in
Stmr V O Hall for Maul ami Hawaii at
10 a in. -
From Sail Francisco per S S Mari
posa, Mar 10 For Honolulu: Hciuy
li Achilles mil wife, Alfied II Acker
tiuin unit wife, Mis Ackerman, Jus A
Allon, Mrs A Horry anil child, Mis G
E Dnardman, Mrr, Admiial Hiown, J
W G Cofrati and w fo, Oapl H Cogan,
Miss Uouk, Geo L Chaw mid wife, .Inn
W Davis and Wife, Oapl D F Devol,
lira (J LDyei, Mits Dyei, .1 II Eajran,
Jlr.- Eden, Jas V Gaiduer, U.ipt F M
Gru-ii and wife, L U llouue, Mien Ag
gie Kdlj, Ilov Thus V Kiiby, Hev W
V Km by, Capt E li L.iphani, Capt W
T Macoiuber, ObWald Oliver and wife,
John G l'eebles and win,-, R li Peebles,
Mis l'eebles, It C L l'eikius, JIiij J
l'lielan and nuie, Miss l'helan, Capt
WT Shori'y.Capt W J Shookley.Capt
A T Siinmous, Mrs A .1 Stevens, Rev
John Usborno, wife and two sons, T A
Walker, Mrs F A Wilder, Oapt J
Whitesides, Capt A C Wuldion, A
Wbito and 30 in bteerago. For Auck
land : P A Mcllardy, Mrs L Murphy
and 1 steerage. For Sydney : W H
Adams, Mrs A Ash and U children,
Alficd Ash, A II Benson, wife and
child, Mr Bolton, Mits Launi A Carr.
W H It Cooke, J Carroll and wife,
Rob I. Fairbanks and wife, LFoldman,
A T Gibson, B F Lacy, Mrs A IJ
Hood, A B Howutt and wife, J B
Kennedy and wife, J A Learmouth,
wife and 1 childi en, J Martin, II A
Sulway, Mrs Oscar Smith, Morris Sus
mann, 1) J Thomas, Stanhope H
Worsley, F S Whittakor, M llellman.
On at Honolulu : L Liehenstader. On
at Samoa : Elwood Crocker, II M Gil
lig and wife, Frank Unger, Henry
Woodiull', and 111 in steerage.
From the Colonies pur It M S S
Monowai, Mar 10 Mr and Mrs L E
Reed, Mr and Mis John Scott, Mrs E
Von Tempsky, Miss Reed, Miss
Scott, Messis L Ailchison, C L Lear
mg, C 11 Reed and A Sowell, C in 2d
cabin, also 53 saloon and 120 steerage
for San Fr.mcieco.
For San Francisco per R M S S
Monowai, Mar 11 Geo II I'eck, C C
Ball, Mr Bennett, D W Irwin, Mr E
M Tabei, II Gl.ule, J B Hayselden
and wife, Mrs S B Woulmaii, Por
ter, Sam Louis-son, Mrs L C Heilner
and child, Mrs Coilman, W H C
Gicig, Hon G N Wilcox, DrL Ilouuh,
D L Meyer, O Fiiedlandor, Miss
Fiiedlandur, Hon A S Wilcox, -15
btecrage, and 53 saloon and 120 steer
ago passengers in transit.
Fur Maui and Hawaii pui stinrWG
Hall, Mar 11 Mr Trend way, Mrs
Reed, Mr L Reed, Miss Reed, M C
Reed, Mis Hattiu Kalua, Mrs Smith,
J Brito, Mrs J Robinuon, Judge
Burke, Mr Wall, C Macombor, Col
Norris, Mr Barnes, Miss Ekela, Mis
Kaniana. Miss Dare, Capt Harrison
unci about 40 deck.
The German bark Paul Ibenberg will
letuni to Honolulu hi the Hawaiian line.
SAN FKAhX'IsCO NOIKS.
Arrived Mar 2, Luiihii!. 21 days from
Ililti; RclirGlendale, 17days from Kahti
lui; sclir Anna, ao days from Kalmlui;
JlarU, l'aul Ibenberg, It) days fiom llo
liolulu. Sailed Mnrl, Belgie; Mar -1, Maii
Projected ilepartmes IJk Harvester
for liilo; Australia, Hubert I eweis,
Golden Miore, Paul Isciihuig and Ceylon
for Honolulu; schr Kva for ilnliukotia.
Newcastle, X f W Sailed, Maieli 1,
ship John O Potter and baik Maigaret
Spoken, Jan 28, lat 05 N, Ion :i8 W, bk
iMary S Ames, New York, for Honolulu
1XMAN K1RCHOFF At Honolulu,
Mai eh 7, 1692, by llov. E. G. lieek
wlth, Aitlmr V. Iiimau, of Hono
lulu, to Lena Kit chuff, of IHlo, Hit
Wall. BAND CONCERT.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert ut Makce
sland, Kapiolani I'nrk, this evening,
commencing at 7:110. The following
is tlio program :
March Defller Ruppoy
Overture Jlurdn Life roimuli
Gavotte Soft GhiuccB Novaux
Selection Bohemian Gn 1 Italfo
Tin eo native songs.
Medloy-lH.iek Hi Igado Beyer
Fantasia Nightingale mid Fro. s..
Walt. Over tliu Waves Roses
.Maieli Queen l.llliiokulanl Herger
Importing bananas to Honolulu
would pay about as well as sending
caals to Newcastle. 'Phcrc is, how
tiver, u snhiplo huncli of Loiiisinna
haiifinus from New Orlnans, on view
at tho Culifornii) Fruit Market (per
Mariposu). It ia different in appear
ance from any of the Island varieties.
Some hunches go 10 hands to tho
bunch and 20 to !I0 bananas on each
hand, but rather lean.
Vhw ll'ii-HriU'U'N Anitt riioiiliati.
j)r. Vf. i, Gillies, Winnipeg, Mani
toba, says: "I have ufeed it in a typi
cal case of indigestion with bilious
ni'88, and found it to be, without
exception, the best thing 1 ever used
in audi cttses."
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS:
TliKttK were eighty-four passengers
by tlio Mariposa for Honolulu.
Tun Zcalandia now at San Fran
cisco has been docked for repairs.
Tub Hawaii Baseball Leiiguo will
nicel next Monday at 12 :!10 o'clock.
Mn. J. T. Amnilol is visiting New
Zealand prepaialoiy to returning to
SkvkiiAI. di'sertuis from thu whaling
baik California, lying in the stream,
have been repotted.
Tub R. M. S. S. Mariposa will rc
sutno her voyagu to thu Colonics at 'J
o'clock this evening.
Tiik naincs of the judges and time
keepers of the regatta to be hold at
Pearl City aio published.
Mil. and Mrs. L. E. Reed mid MisB
Reed were passengers on the steamer
W. G. Hall this morning.
Thehk will be a firayer meeting for
men at the Y. M. C. A. this evening
at 7 :80 o'clock. All arc invited.
Nink Captains arrivctl on tho Mari
posa yesterday. They belong to the
whalers lying nil" and on outside.
Thk Young Men's Friendly Society
will meet this evening lor the purpose
of adopting a constitution and by
laws. Owing to ill health Mrs. Gray has
been obliged to abandon thu dancing
class which she advci tisetl at Arion
Captain Wikinan, well known here
as commander of thu schooner Eva,
is now in command of the W. F.
Mil. and Mrs. II. M. Gillig and party
were to meet tho Mariposa at Samoa,
I'ho party, however, havo gono to
Thkke was no business of any par
ticular importance in the Polico Court
to-day. Only a few oases of drunken
ness camu up.
The aveiage time of the S. S.
Monowai on her last down trip was
13.40 knots an hour. Her best day's
run was 244 knots.
Tiie time bignal failed to-day owing
to there beiny; no stoam up at thu
Honolulu Planing Mill. A similar
failure occurred on Tuesday.
Tin: Royal yacht St. George arrived
at Wellington, Can. 30th, horn Hono
lulu via Fiji. She was expected to
arrive at Sydney some time this
Peksons going to tho concert to
night are warned to bo careful in driv
ing across thu bridge, as onu side of
the road is not Ct tilled up. Lights
will bo bet.
Tin: steamer James Makeo will en
deavor to convoy ani.thfr 11-lon piece
oi machinery to Kealm, Kauai, lier
new foremast, it is expected, will stand
Am. of the Union Iron Works pro
perty in the hands of the trustees will
bo sold at auction by J. F. Morgan,
at an upset prioo of $13,500, on Satur
day, March 10.
The band will givo a moonlight
concert at Kapiolani Pnik this even
ing. No doubt many will attend, as
concerts at the park are very popular.
Plenty of room for carriages on the
As the confirmation service at St.
Andrew's Cathedral will commence at
six o'clock on Sunday evening next,
tho special cur will leave Pauoa at
half-past five o'clock for St. Andrew's
Cathedral. The return car will leave
R. J. Hacki.ey is now chief-engineer
of the S. S. Mariposa vice Harry
Fletcher, who has resigned the posi
tion. Whether the crack pasbage of
that steamer is owing to the new en
gineer's ability is a problem. This is
Mr. Haokley's liist trip.
An oil painting of a breadfruit
banging on ;', branch is on exhibition
in I lie Pacific Hardware Co.'s store.
If "Conflagration Jones" had only got
hold of a similar real article be would
have had a. very different opinion to
what ho expressed on nature's luuf.
A WHALEHOAT belonging to a whal
ing schooner lying olf and on outside,
capsized in the channel, owing to the
gale, while on her way out this after
noon. After no little difficulty the
, boat with righted again. No lives wero
lost, but the occupants got a good
Miib. Brown, wifo of Admiral Brown
of tho U". S. F. S. San Francisco, ar
med on the B. S. Mariposa yesterday
evening. Thp Ad.mjral, Mrs. and
Muster Hugh Brown are registered at
thu Hawaiian Hotel, being located in
Cottage GOO, corner of Beretania and
Diamond Head reports at 3 o'clock
tliie afternoon, weather clear, wind
light northeast. Tho following whal
ers oil' port: Hunter, Stamboul, Hel
en Mars, James Allon, William Bailey,
Soa Breeze, Emma Herriinan, Sea
Rangor, Alice knowleK, Hoiatio, Mor
maid and Alexander.
There is a possibility that the U.
S. S. Iloston will he ordered to call
at the island of Socorro, off the west
coast of Mexico, in the hope of hciu;
able to ((ml there squiu of the people
from the capsized brig Tahiti. So
corro I bland will he remembered as
the place where Sir Thomas Ilesketh,
several years ago, sent his steam
yacht Lancashire Witch from San
Fraucibco to rescue a shipwrecked
crew. The yacht returned to Sun
Francisco having found no living
boul, but two dogs belonging to the
wrecked vessel, which were rescued
from the island.
The U. S. S. Yorktown will b,p
oidured' to San Francispa.
Tim Charleston has been ordered
to San Diego.
II. 1$. M. S. Warspito has left Val
paraiso for Esquimau, via Honolulu.
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THE FIRE BOARD.
rriircrillngn of tliu .llnntlily .llort njt
...I'miiniul for i Tciiuinrury On
Chief Hnginecr J. Asch presided
at the monthly meeting of the Honid
of Representatives of tho Honolulu
Fire Department last night. First
and Second Assistants ). II. Hunt
and D. L. Knlawnia, Secretary II.
Smith, and a fair proportion of dele--gates
were in attendance
Communications subiniUiiii! for ap
proval changes made In the company
laws of Engine Co. No. 1 and Hook
& Ladder Co. were accepted.
Quarlcily bills of $000 were read,
the Chief remarking that this would
use up the balance of the appropria
tion. Foreman J. H. Boyd of No. 4
proposed that action should be taken
to have a temporary building for a
central station erected on the Moss
man lot, Buret ania and Fort streets,
to cost say S3000. The mover com
plained of the rickety condition of
his own company's quarters, saying
also that tenancy was only on suffer
ance of the owner. He urged that
no more money should be wasted on
repairing of the old building. The
Chief, Foreman Uoyd and Captain
Krouse, File Police, were appointed
a committee to consult with the Min
ister of Interior on the matter.
The Cliief-Enpincer presented the
Hoard with an illuminated certificate
of membership issued to David Kala
kaua, His late Majesty, in 1872 by
Chief-Engineer John A. Hassinger
and Secietary C. T. Gulick. It was
nicely framed in gift by the l'acillc
Hardware Co. A vote of thanks was
relumed to the Chief for the elegant
The Secretary and the Assistant
Engineers were appointed a committee
to draft and transmit an engrossed
letter of condolence to the household
of the late ex-Chief Engineer George
Lucas. The Engineers were appoint
ed to make a new design of member
ship certilicates. Co. No. 2 was left
to its own discretion, in the matter
of a member's reinstatement.
A SCIENTIST ARRIVED.
Hr. II. !. L. I'rrklnn Mcnt by the Ilrl
HhIi Itoyul Kocloly In InvcNtii;at
Some time ago the Bni.i.ETiN. pub
lisbpd the gist of correspondence be
tween the Royal Society of Great
Britain and the Department of For
eign Affaiis, through the Hawaiian
Legation in London, regarding a pro
posal to have a complete investiga
tion of the zoology of these islands.
The New York Mail and Express
of February 2 lib contains the fol
lowing item: "Among the passen
gers who arrived this morning on the
White Star steamship Majestic was
Mr. R. C. L. Perkins, who comes to
New York en route to the Hawaiian
Islands. Mr. Perkins is sent out by
the Royal Society, and his mission is
the scientific one of investigating the
zoology of the group. The expenses
of the ti ip will be defrayed by the
Mr. Perkins has lost no time in
pursuing his journey, as he arrived
here by the steamer Mariposa yes
terday. Honolulu is becoming a
meeting place for scientists. There
are here now Professors Marcuse of
Germany and Preston of the United
States investigating vagaries of the
earth's axis, and Mr. Perkins to
make a thorough examination and re
port of the zoology of the group.
ANOTHER PACIFIC CABLE.
Tho rronioierOnly Waiting tor .Vhiv
Kotifli WuleM to Art.
A Brisbane despatch of February
25 to the Auckland Herald is as fol
"The Government have acquiesced
in the proposals for laying a cable
from Queensland to California or
Canada. The promoter of the scheme,
who is believed to represent a Cork
syndicate, is only awaiting New South
Wales' agreement to the proposals
preparatory to commencing woik."
Capt. Lee of the bark Sonoma re
ceived a very handsome souvenir yes
terday. It is no less than a photo
graph of his vessel taken on board
the steamer Monowai on the equator.
It was taken by a prominent Sydney
photographer on a tour round the
world in search of novelties for the
World's Fair, and the bark Sonoma
will occupy a prominent position at
the Exposition, as being the only ves
sel ever photographed on the equa
tor. The hark of course looks' as
usual in ship-shapo and apple-pie or
der. SPRECKELS AND THE SUGAR
Chicago, Feb. 2!). M. II. Weed
of Sun Fiuncisco, repiesentiug
Spreikels, is in the city, and in an
interview says that there is no found
ation for the reports that Spreckcls is
about to give in to the National Su
gar Company. He says a move is
about to be made by Spreckcls that
will bn a anvi'i'M blmv t.n Mm mnmi'
trust, The trust recently made an
oner to luiy npree;eis out, hut the
latter icfused to sell out at any price.
vl s i ting" cTercyT
Revs. William P. and Thomas W.
Kirby arrived by the Mariposa, with
letters from His Grace Auhhishop
Riordun of San Francisco to Very
Rev. Father Leouor of the Catholic
Mission. Rev. William P. Kirby
will preach ut the high mass in the
Roman Catholic Cathedral, 10 o'clock
Wlion you wane a Portrait
Enlarged call on Kinn BroH.,
got their price list and wco
summit a. They cun't be beat.
KALAKAUA MONUMENT ASSOCIA
.lliM'tlng of Hie OlmrliT .llrmlici'N
Thin Aft ruiiiin
Great dilllcully was leahzcd in
getting a quorum for the meeting of
the Kalakniia Monument Association
advertised to be held at the olllcc of
the Treasurer, Mr. M. P. ltohition,
at 2 o'clock this afternoon. TIipic
weie present His Excellency Sand.
Parker, Premier, President; Mr.
Robinson, Treasurer; Hods. E. C.
Maefarlane and John Knit, Messrs.
Hugh Gunn, W. C. King, C. ,1.
McC'aitliy, K. F. Bishop, T. M.
Staikey.I. Hay WodehoiHc, T. 1.
Cummins, J. M. Monsanat and P.
It was nearly three o'clock before
so many were got together, and al
though not a quorum it was agreed
to consider the affairs of the Asso
ciation. The resignation of Mr. W.
G. Ashley as secretary having been
announced, Mr. Starkey on request
consented to act in his stead.
Mr. McCarthy gave a statement of
the number of books issued and the
returns thereon so far as received.
There was over S1G00 cash in hand,
and, with amounts reported but not
received, he estimated available
funds were ncaily &1800.
A conversational discussion en
sued, in which it was elicited that
the plan of $1 suhsciiptions was a
failure. It was desirable to secure
88000 altogether, for the procuring
of a bronze statue of His late
Mr. Bishop considered it would be
impossible to itdsc $3000 in this
country for the purpose the present
Mr. Maefarlane strenuously op
posed an abandonment of the pro
ject after all that bad been done.
The Legislature should, if necessary,
be asked to help the project, espe
cially in view of the services Kala
kaua had rendered the country in
promoting reciprocity with the United
Mr. Ena thought at least as good
a statue as that of ICamchamchu was
due to the memory of the late King.
Mr. Maefarlane thought that when
about $2000 had been contributed
mainly by poor people the wealthy
men of this town who had benefited
so largely from reciprocity might
well afford to contribute a few thous
Mr. McCarthy suggested that a
quorum should he obtained at un
early date, when the constitution
slioul 1 be amended so as to permit
of larger subscriptions than one dol
lar. There were numbers of Gov
ernment oflicials who should put down
It was suggested that an ollicial
statement be published of the state
of the fund with an appeal for sub
scriptions; also that an appeal be
made to wealthy men abroad having
business or other interests in thu isl
ands. The discovery was made that with
proxies there was a quorum present.
Mr. McCarthy1 moved the amend
ment to the constitution which he
had suggested, and it carried unani
mously. Mr. Maefarlane moved the issu
ance of letters to friends abioad us
Mr. McCarthy moved that the
treasurer be authorized to appoint
canvassers for the fund. Carried.
Messrs. Maefarlane, Ena and Mon
sarrat were appointed to wait on His
Excellency II. A. Widemann, to re
quest him to circulate a subscription
list among the business men of Ho
nolulu. The Bulletin reporter was re
quested to remind the public that
the receipts issued were only tempo
rary, to be replaced by uilistic docu
ments suitable for wall ornaments.
Further informal discussion of dif
ferent phases of the business look
place before adjournment.
HAWAIIAN Council Xo. US'.i, Anif
liean Legion of Honor, meet
THIS EVENING, at 7::S0 o'clock, at
Harmony Hall, King stittut
JOh. M. OAT,
307 It Secretary.
II V I DEND NOTICE.
FINAL dividend U now payable to
IV the stockholders of the Star Mill
Co., ut the olllee of tho Agents, Win. G.
Irwin A: Co., (Itl).
WM. G. IRWIN,
1107 !It Secretary.
The S. S. ZAMBESI,
Gku Kiiwauiis, Master,
Will sail for the above ports on
yvriL. i , it.
.1" For turnit of Fi eight or Pusii.ige
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
S7 lin A genu.
Hey there !
Hrlng n- in a couple of
pound? of those delicious
Breakfast Sausages !
This Is what folks sing out
when thoy see the Outiul
Muikel Sausage Wagon
going past their gale. If
you iiiKb thu wagon tele
phone to the Market and
you will b immuillv at
tended to. IlBttiIelieau,
Itolouna Muuages ami till
kinds of moat always on
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
JAB. H. LOVE, Proprietor,
"Mre-You Ever Tliitsty-
These wuriil days mid want inn
thing besides water to qui'iit'h jour
thirst? If so, we can ull'i r you a
puokaiio (hilt will make five v'lilinns of
tbe mini di'lii'iou-' Rout Beer. This
pi' pn.ition h iii.uh" diieclly f oin
fresh h.nts .ind ruois. It t'omi'S in
liquid I. tin, irquitos liu hulllui; r
ijl.iiiiiiiii! iMitnk freely it keeps Hie
sj-ie-ina lii-ilihj condition. It is
Have joti evi i ! iirtl ttf tin Seven
Si'iilhi'ilaud .Sitiri who uio ci'le
bulled for their Inns; !ns-f of beauti
ful hair l'hoy.ij this unusual growth
was imliii-e I -lj u-iug a hair tonic
Which they dii-ruwiul and arc now
selling To those Id-" fortunate. They
nl-o found Double with dandruff, as
Wi all do mini' in li'!s. 'I lieii So. ilp
C'lciiiiir ii'inove n'l such deletciioiis
mailer. Vu lin -enud Hall's, Mrs.
Alien's, U.uiy's I neopherous, Caibo
liue, Rum & tjuiirue and otlieis.
s?(itiK'time people are not satisfied
with tbe color of their hair, and de
sire a change. Hair Dves will brine;
this about. We keep" Hill's, Buck
ingham's and others.
How about mosquitoes these nights?
Remember we keep Buhaeh and tbe
Burners foi tbe same.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Coi'at'i' Kort iM lvlnu troutH.
The 01k Side of Life!
Many colored people in the South
are ol the opinion that in order to
remedy every evil all they have to do
is to go to law about it. .lake Web
ster went to Justice Howard on Union
Creek, and asked for the arrest of
Pete Jones for stealing his watch.
"What sort'of a watch was it?"
"It was one oh dese round watches
wid two hands, and inside dar wu.
a whole lot oh wheels."
"Was it largo or small, gold or
"Hit was a silber watch. Ef yer
wants ter '.amine 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 here you have it in your
"I luft him have it to go to church
wid las' summer, when we was
friends, but now dat he am gwinler
marry 'Swayback Lucy,' who used
ter 'sociatu wid me, I wants him
sent to de penitensliarry for four
years, and 1'se gwinc ter hub tie law
on him. Texas Siftings.
Pat "Oy say, Moike, the boss be
aflher getting a new electric clock to
hang in the olllcc."
Mike "O'ill sthroike this blissit
Pat "Pby, Moike, phat's the rea
son." ' '
Mike "O'ill be blowed if oi thry
to kape up wide loightning. After
Fond Mother (anxiously) : "Why,
what's Hie matter, my dear?"
Married Daughter (weeping):
"My lilts husband bus 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 1 tried to
wi wind it an' it's nothing but a
a doll's watch, with no works inside,
boo, boo, boo!" X. Y. Weekly.
For Watches of ALL GRADES
(with woiks inside) cull on
H. F. WICHMA.N.
FOR W-A.I-.12 !
Justaulved by Steamers "Oceanic" and
Large & Selected Lot of Goods!
Silk itUiepefor Lady's Uivks, Hand
kerchiefs, Kuihrolileied Fans, Very
Humhoiue bcreciM in tdlk ,t Satin,
Showy Flower Pots it Va-e-, Tea,
Uieakftist & Dessert Sets with line
Hitlstle designs, Umbrellas, Blinds,
Lacquered btunds for corner and
wall, Lady's Ji Gent's Made Uies-.es,
Toys, Straw, IIuiiiIjoo & Pahn Hats
and Helmets, Bamboo Ware, Tea
Tables, Matches, Trays, Umbiellu
Stundx, Walking Canes, Brushes &
Tiays, Paper .NanMiis, Buiket, Ra
zors, Cabinets, etc., etc.
I VERY HANDSOME PAIR VASES
Also In splendid condition
Natural Sccntod Tea, High Life Walcit,
Importer & Dealer in Japanese Gen'l Produce
J. M. UK Sa k SILVA, Piop.
Uotel Strait, .... Uonotolu, II, I,
. S1117 1W
.S(TTK of Furnished
Hooms lo let. KiMjuIro
Mils. A. M .M ELLIS,
101'.., Furl at , llpetull's.
;iU'i i in
X' IL'KLY Furnished Rooms
-Li at .No a Adams Lane.
rpwo N'loely FiiriiUlied
.. ltooiu centrally located.
KniUlio III. U.Kl'lK Olllee.
b. . . j
OOTTAM1S TO LIST.
'PIIK i oltuxu un School
blieet at unbent occu-
1ES nleil by Key. W. II. Itaruea.
JOfM!-blon triveii Am 11 1, lb'.).!, ror
particulars upplv to
I auiliu ALKX.J.OAKTW1UOHT,
n J N ;x I
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO,
Fort street, oppo. Sprtvkels' Bunk, Honolulu.
CANH J5 T 1-t 13 !
Aiif & ornm
MM Furl Street.
You can xt All-wool CballK, l)ie- (Jmu1. latent patlein; ItlacK GooiK,
White Goods, Ginghams. Kid Glove-, Silk Glove-. MitN. I..idie-' and Children's
Ihulerwear, Ho-ieiy, Silk and Linen Handkerchief-. Ladles' and Chlldien'
laekets and Co.it-.' Lace- and ICuilntiiib-rk-. Kte. Examine utir Klbboii Stock
for hai gains. If you want a Silk lire, look through our Silk Uepaitmi'iit.
& Hi is rv l. ic ji n: is' :
If you want Shht-. thi- 1- the place. Ujou want Collins and Cuff-, till? 1- the
place, .save money and get your Neckwear, Lndcr-biit-. Sock-. Kte., hero. TliN
is the place to gut your Hats" If jon w.mi Tr.ieling Bag or Trunk, come to u-
anil we will lit you out. If jtiu ui'e looking tor a suit lor j-our little boj', come In
and see us. We can tit j oil out for the lcu-t money. Ibij's Knee Pants In all-wool
and linen. We will uot'he under-old b aiione. "jtriiieinlier CASH i- what talks.
Gentlemen Attention !
KKAl) THIS AND II' WILL GIYK YOU A POINTER.
UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS. Come and see the re-enforced
Unlaiindried Shirts that we are selling for GO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. VV ve a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MEN'3 SOCKS. An immense assoitinent in Unbleached, Ual
britigaii, Hlack or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for '2 cents a pair.
MEM'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-IIand and Tics of all kinds.
BST See our White P. K. Swirls that we are selling 2 for 2." cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, they are good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits, Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Stroet., Honolulu.
New Coods by
Tools & implements,
Paints, Oils &, Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF TIIIC BFSL" QUALITY.
'1'ioni 1 Gallon to bOO Gallons).
CQf re me the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AUU.NTS FOK THE LEADING
-NKW (JOOIXS UY I.VKUY BTKAMKU. "Xtitt
MISS I m GERICuTI,
ProfuKHor of Dancing.
' Clilldieii (from aye.iit. upward) I'Iiiim.
hi Hall ami Fancy D.iuelu and I'IijhIimI
C'ultiiie t!eiy .Saluiday, from 'J to 5
l. m. Tel in?, ij:l a month iu advance.
Yleitors allowed on balurdayo.
Adults' CIir Iu hall Koom Dancing
every Wednesday, from 7:a0 to 10'UO
i m. Genu, 85; Ladies, 81 a month Iu
A. UION IX A. I-, 1-,.
OKI'itu:, i i ( run Street.
"In litm of peace prepare
i'oi war," and when business
is dull make your purchases
beeatis von are sure to have
inducements offered you thai
the merchant, would not, havo
lime to think about when he
Was rushed by business.
We invite you lo step in
and see some of the new
'uods. there all new be-
cause lliey don t remain in
slock long enough to get old.
The Little Knife .Sharpener
is ii very wintry iiiuig sum
don' I cost much so's si
iVctiuj S'rniiL Raxge.
Late Arrivals !
IS KS IN"
Till Hotel un leiently added a large
Single Rooms 1 Baths Attached
WHICH WILL UK LKT
"Vltl or "WllUout llouril.
WM. D. HOOPER,
l 350 3tu
Ml Hfe-. .
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