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oui. Usee. (inkliilKlit) (if Giccnwloli tlmoor
111. 28iii. .Uh(jc. p. in, (if Honolulu oboi vntory
time. It IsrIm'H by tliu stuiuu wlilstlo nttliu
Honolulu l'liinliiK Mill, it few doom nbovu
tliu Custom lloiiHO. Tlio Biitno wlilstlo Is
sounded con ectly lit Honolulu munn noon,
Obst'rviitoiy lnmktliin, or loll. 31m. Msec, of
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SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 1892.
Tern Beitha Dolbecr, 2J days from
Stmr Kiiiuu from Maul and Hawaii
Stmr Kaala from Kauai
Stmr Mokolii from Molokai
Stmr .1 A Cummins fiom Koolau
U S S Pensacola, Kant., for
VESSELS LEAVING T0-M0RR0W.
Am bk Colusa, Backus, for San Fran
cisco Am bk Sonoma, Lee, for Sau Francisco
VESSELS LEAVIHC MONDAY.
Stmr G 11 Bishop for Waianae and I'uua.-
lmi at it a in
Stmr .las Makeo for Kauai at 4 p m
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Stinr Hawaii for liuni.ik.ua at 4 p in
stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolau
Sehr Kb, llol for Koholalcle
From Kauai, per Ftmr Kaala, Mar 12
G E Kail child and 5 deck.
Fiom Maui and Hawaii per stmr Ki
ll mi, Mar 12 Fiom Volcano: T II Buck
ingham and wife, W J Phillips, O Mal
colm. P J Stone, Miss F A Wuiilen, Miss
C E Waideu, Miss J A Mone and Miss
Ida homer.. Fiom way ports: is A
Cuvauaugh, Miss Hannah Low, J
Maguiie, G (' Aklna, C A Chapin, Subo,
Shin, T Waski, J Dean, Miss Hattle
Blown, G P Wilder and wifo, Miss J
Paulsul, W H Shlpman, wifo and 2
children, and 01 dcuk.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kinau-UOOO bags sugar, 2C0 bags pota
toes, 87 bags corn, 3 horses, 110
pkgs bides. 40 pigs uud 80pkgs sun
dries. Stmr Mokolii 800 bags sugar, 12 calves
and CO sheep.
Stmr Kaala 2 .00 bags sugar.
Stmr .1 A Cummins 800 bags sugar.
'I'ho Emma Claudiua Is loading sugar
for ;-an Kiaticisco, at Mahtikoua, and
will piobubly tail on the 13tli,.
The steamer Mokolii bi ought nine
deck passengers this morning fiom Mo
lokai. Tie tciu Bcitha Dolbcer anlvcd this
morning 24 days fiom Etiteka, Hum
boldt, with lumber.
The baik Sonoma, J Lee, will take
over 28,000 bags of sugar for San Fran
cisco. Thebaik Colusa, Backus, sailing to
morrow for Sau Fiancisco will tako
31.511 bugs of sugar, weighing :i,7SJ,071
pounds, and valued at 8100,802.70. The
shippers are U Brewer & Co, F A
r-ehaefer A; Co, T II Duvies & Co aud
Castle & Cooke.
Arilvals Mar 4, Am 3-inastcd sclir
Emma Claudina, 21 da s from San Fran
cisco, Maas master, with assoited cargo
of grain, groceries, coal, etc, to Hawai
ian Kallioad Co Consignees O L Wight,
A Tlbbs, T II Davies & Co, S G Wilder
A; Co, Haw Railroad Co, T A Kay, R It
Hinds,. I S Low and C A Chapm; t,
sloop Kcaolanl from Kawalhae; stmr
Kinaii from Honolulu: 7, stmr Llkuliko
fiom' Honolulu; 0, stmr Hawaii from
Kawalhuu; 11, stmr Kiuati from Hilo.
Dcpuitiucs-Mai'Q, sloop Keaolaul for
Kawalhae; stmr Kiuati for Hilo ami way
ports; 7, stmr Llkellko for Hamakiia
ports; 0, stmr Hawaii for Honolulu; 11,
stmr Klnaii for Ilonoliitii
HUUHKS t Ilouoliiiu, Maicli 12, to
tliu wlfuof V. I). Hughes, a daugh
ter. "T have just recovered from a bec
ontl attack' of tiu grip hia year,"
sayb Mf. Jus. O. Jones, pijbljslicr of
the Leader, Alexin, Tpi-as. tlil the
latter case I used Chamberlain's
Cough Hemeily, anil I think with
ooiisiiU'rfiulu success, only being in
bed a little over two tluys, against
ten days for the lirst attack. Tlio
second attack 1 am satisfied would
have been equally ns bad the lirst
but for the use of this remedy, as I
had to go to bed In about six hours
after being 'struck' with it, while in
the first ease 1 was able to attend to
biib'tiiess about two days before get
ting 'down.' " 50 cent bottles for
talc by all dealers, Benson, Smith
& Co., Agenti.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Aqua Marine lots going, going, gone,
Monday noon. .
The Nortli Hilo election will tako
pluco on April 13.
Lewis J. Luvoy will soil trunks at
auction, by order of underwriter, at
12 o'clock Monday.
Queen street will bo quite a new
thoroughfare whon it gets through the
Road Supervisor's hands.
Owiwi to ill health Mrs. Gray has
been obliged to abandon the dancing
elans which she advertised at Arion
Diamond Head, at 12 noon, reports
clear weather and n light wind from
the northeast. Nine burke, one brig
and two schooners off port.
Tun whaling bark Mermaid ouine
into port and is lying near the Old
Custom House wharf. Sho has over
a hundred barrels of oil on board.
The Henley Regatta boat is now
the property of the Healani Boat
Club. It was won at a raflle by
Palmer Woods, who has presented it
to the aforementioned club.
Tin: concert at Makee Island was
largely attended yesterday evening,
the people taking advantage of tlio
clear moonlight and pleasant weather.
Two tramcars each way convoyed
people to and from the Park.
Do not forget the concert at Ka
waiiihao Church this evening. Its
charitable object should bo reason
enough to attract a large attendance.
The pioceeds aie to bo for the benefit
of the Kauai Industrial School.
As the confirmation service at St.
Andrew's Cathedial will commence at
six o'clock on" Sunday evening next,
the special car will leave Puuou at,
half-past five o'clock for St. Andrew's
Cathedral. The return car will leave
Thk service of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
Sunday evening will commence at 0
o'clock instead of GiDO, when the
Bishop of the Diocese will confirm a
number of candidates. All are invit
ed to attend.
The Council of tho Art Union of
London has commissioned Mr. W.
Wyllie, A. R. A., to produce an ori
ginal etching representing the escape
of H. B. AI. S. Calliope from Apia
harbor, Samoa, in the disastrous hur
ricane of Alarch 16, 1889.
A tew copies of the "Brief History
of the Hawaiian People," by Prof.
W. D. Alexander, published in New
York for the Board of Education,
have been received, and aie for sale at
tho oflico of the Board in tlio Govern
ment Building, at $1.25 each.
Alit. Geo. Cavauagh has favored tho
Bulletin with one of those 20-finger-ed
hands of Louisiana bananas men
tioned yesterday. They are u good
eating article and c.innot be des
pised as a competitor with Hawaiian
bananas in tlio California market.
Tmtr.K Chinese were arrested this
morning on a complaint made by
Yee Woo, a Alaunakca street pork
butcher. Yee Woo alleges that the
Chin uiion assaulted him without any
provocation whatever, aud he believes
tlicni to be the tools of some secret
AIkmheks of the Polynesian Society
have received by last mail a circular
from Wellington, N. Z., giving a re
port of the election of officers (pre
viously reported hero from Auckland
exchanges), and enclosing the rules
of the society. Queen Liliuokalani is
patron and Honolulu has a large list
The boat race between crews from
the Healani and Kaiulani Boat Clubs
will take place at 3 :30 o'clock this
afternoon. The boats will be the
Liliuokalani by the former and the
ICapuaiwa aud Kaiulani by the latter.
The race will no duubt bo interesting
and vvill afftird good piactice for the
The Planters' Monthly for Alarch
contains a letter on "Deterioration of
Seed Cane," written by Mr. Hugh
Alorrison of AInkaweli. Kauai. Alessrs.
William G. Wait and Robert Rycroft
Boverally contribuio important infor
mation on coffee blight. An inter
esting letter appears from Air. Os
borne, describing Riverside, Cal., and
its orango groves.
Two deserting whaling sailors were
apprehended at Alakiki yesterday
afieinoou. Tlio men were from the
whaling bark California and were
making for tho Alakikj woods. The
three police officers who mado tho
capture were returning from Mamm
where they had been making f utile
attempts to locate the deserting
sailors. They were returned to the
The Bishop of Honolulu will hold
an ordination in St. Andrew's Cathe
dral to-morrow at tho 11 o'clock ser
vice. Air. Woo Yee Bew, Chinese Lay
Reader, will then bo admitted to Dea
con's Orders. Air. Yee Bow was edu
cated in the schools of the German
Mission in China and has acted as Lay
Reader in connection with the Angli
can Church in Kohala and Honolulu
for a number of years past.
Tub U. S. S, Ponsacola after a pro
longed stay of several months sailed
to-day for San Francisco Hying her
homeward bound pennant. A mini
bor of her men have been transferred
to the U. R. F.' S. Ban Francisco.
Crowds of people witnessed the do
partuio of tl)o old Pflpsaoola, tyhjeh
will long and pleasantly bu remem
bered by Honolulu residents Tho
Sau Francisco's hand Hoicnadcd her
as she passed out,
The Royal Hawaiian Alilitary Hand
will give h puhllo concert al
Kmtna Square this ufteriioon, com
nieneuig ut 4 :80 o'clock. Following
is the program :
Slow March Su lto Lachner
Overture Hungarian lSvlu
Polka Cavalier . , Fahrbuch
Selection Nubucco , Verdi
Walt. Blue Danube. . . , , Strauss
Ptalo Ht and Mjss ...Hefyejf
Boat Accident at Honomu.
Lives Losi From tho
Hteamor Lt liuu.
The phonograph still continues to
draw crowds. It seems the flr9t one
was made about 16 years ago, but
was quite indistinct,. Those now in
use are perfect as regards sound, as
all sounds are quite distinct and
satisfactory. Tho one that is here
has a00 records, but the operator
only brought 140 with him, having
left the balance at Honolulu. He
has received permission to use his
phonograph on Sundays in order to
accommodate plantation men, and
many have availed themselves of the
opportunity. He is employee; irom
9 n. in. to 11 p. m. each day and
still the people come. Some go to
see it many times without getting
tired. Our new Governor has sung
into it and his voice sounds very
natural, being recognizable at once.
He has a fine tenor voice, nnd when
the phonograph visits other places
on these islands all will want to hear
.Governor Baker's solo.
Ililo Literary and Blusical again on
the 5th inst. We had a tremendous
program. Airs. A. B. Loebenstein
was the manager. Alost all of the
talent of the place was on hand aud
took part. A great variety of enter
tainment gave something to please
everyone. When Airs. L. endeavors
to do anything sho usually does it.
No half-way business with her. These
entertainments aie now given every
There were 21 pieces on the pro
gram, but they were not all given. It
was as follows :
Chorus Thirteen ladies and gen
tlemen, "There is Alusicin tho Air;"
Reading, AIjss Alary Hitchcock ;
Banjo Solo, Air. Baldwin ; Charade,
Game of Cards; Recitation, Aliss
Weight; Piano Duet, Airs. Severance
and Aliss Severance; Charade, "Two
is Company, Three is None;" Chor
us of three ladies and three gentle
men, guitar and banjo accompani
ment; Picture Gallery; Chorus,
"Golden Slippers;" Recitation, Aliss
Eastman; Vocal Solo, Airs. Loeben
stein ; Tableau, "Old Robin Gray;"
Zither Solo, Aliss Rose; Recitation,
Dr. Wiggins ;Chorus ;Tableau,"Loss
of Confidence ;" Chorus, Good Night
On the 9th inst. a boat from the
steamer Leliua got on the rocks at
Honomu. One man was drowned
and another bad a leg badly smash
ed. The injured man was got ashore
and taken to Hilo, where his leg was
amputated by Dr. Williams. He
died, however, on the 10th inst. The
body of the drowned sailor lias not
ST. ANDltEW's CATHEDIIAL.
Second Sunday in Lent. Cathedral
services: Holy communion, 0:30
a. in. ; morning prayer and ordination
11a. m. ; evening prayer (Hawaiian)
3:30 p.m.; evening prayer and
sermon at 7:30 p. in.
The services of the Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow will be as follows: Alorn
mg prayer with sermon at 9:45 a.
m. Bencdicite, Birch in D flat.
Benedictus, Quadruple Chant, Hymns
90 and 222. Anthem, "Incline thine
ear," by Himmel. G p. in., Even
song with sermon and confirmation
by the Bishop. Tallis' festival res
ponses. Hymns 150 and 270. Alag
nificat and Nunc Dimittis, Ebdon, in
C. Rev. Alex. Alackintosh, pastor.
AH are invited to these services.
The Y. Al. C. A. will conduct
evangelistic meetings in Bethel Hull
to night apd Sunday night. Aleet
ings begin 7: 15 p. in. Everybody
heartily welcomed. Scat3 free. No
collection. Come and enjoy the
Low mass, 0 and 7 a. in. ; Rev.
Wm. P.'Khby will preach at the high
mass, 10 a. in. ; rosary and catech
ism, 2 p. in. ; benediction of the
most blessed Sacrament, 4:30 p. m.
T. Jt. O. A. HALL.
Evangelistic services in the Y. M.
C. A. hall, 6:30 to 7 :15 p.m. Toiilo:
17:30-33; 2 Cor. 0:2.
CENTUAl. UNION CIlUltCH.
Services at 11 a, m. aud 7
m. All are welcome.
A PASSINC VISITOR.
Mr. Arthur Sewall, the famous
shipbuilder, of Bath, Maine, return
ed home by the Aonpwai from a visit
to iis son, the Aiuei(caii Coiuul-
fienc,ra n't Samoa. Air. Sewall built
lie big ships Rappahannock, Shenan
doah, and Susquehanna. Ho is pie
sidont of tho Alaine Ccnlial Rail
way, and a Director of the Boston
and Alaine. Air. Sewall takes a
great interest in the Hawaiian Islands
aud thinks lie will come here on u
visit next winter,
Uhb UnrHfurd'H Acid lMiOHphnln,
Dr. W. B, Gillies, Winnipeg, Mani
toba, says: "I huvo used it in a typi
cal case of indigestion with bilious
uess, uud found it to be, witllutit
exception, the' best th'uig overused
ill BVtcli cases,"
n;fi'ni'ii7 TV, ii'iii n'li
EXTriA Aliuce Pies at the "Elite."
I'll nieot you nt tho Brunswick.
C. J. AIcCauthy lias lots on. Lililia
street for salo. Jl-tf
The Brunswick aie the only Billiard
Parlors in town. ft-tf
The Hawaiian Hardwme Co. talk
rar.ois this afternoon. """ '
Hawaiian Lodge will nieot for woik
in the third decree litis evening.
Aftkh shaving uce Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith A Co,, Agents.
J. F. Mo no an will sell 703 shares
of Hawaiian Fiuit A T.iro Co.'s stock
at noou Monday.
Household furniture neatly new
for sale. Iuquiro of C. V. Stunievant,
second house below the Armory, Ben
tauiu street. 3-tf
The Ali nistcr of Interior proclaims
a special election for Representative
in the District of North Hilo, to bo
held on Wednesday, April 13.
Get your boots and shoes made
ami repaired by. the old Wiiiluku
shoemaker, L. Toenniks, on Eal
Hotel street. Fiist-class work, low
pi ices. 4-tt
Kensington Crocket Cotton, makes
beaulilul fancy work ; we have it in
golden blown, olive, heliotrope light
blue, scarlet, canary, salmon gold,
cream, pink and white, at N. S. Sachs',
104 Fort street. 8 lw
The Bui.i.hTiN bus the largest circu
lation of any English paper in the
kingdom, lt is read by ovoiybody in
tliu quiet and leisuio hours of even
ing. No other advertising medium
so effectually i reaches the buying
If you want good sausage for break
fast or luncheon, the liucst sausages
in the Kingdom are the Celebrated
Cambridge Pork Sausage and Bologna
made it the City Market, Ntiuiiuu
street, opposite (Jucon Emma Hull,
Jos Tinkeh, Prop. 3-lm
Talk is cheap; but we tako liberty
to say that we carry more Hawaiian
and Samoan Fans in stock than all
other dealers in tliu same line have
combined stock. For diuercnt styles
and varieties in material we truly
can't be beat. The Curiosity Depart
ment of the "Elite" Ice Cream Par
Received per S. S. Mariposa, Alarch
10th, Frozen Oysters, California Or
anges, Oregon Apples, Sicily Lemons,
etc. Also, Five Thousand (0000) Pinu
Apple Plants Sugar Loaf and other
varieties fiom Florida and Alexieo on
hand. Heavy coin-fed Turkeys and
Chickens, fine young Roosters, etc.
All of the above for sale at reasonable
prices at the California Fruit Market.
P. G. Camakinos.
Mutual Telephone 378. 7-3t
AN OCEAN RACE.
Great interest and considerable ex
citement is felt over the projected
race between the Colusa and the
Sonoma. They both leave to-morrow
sugar laden for San Fiancisco.
Both shipmasters Backus and Lee
are well and favorably known to
Island people and as they are pri
vately supposed to sleep like a Wall
street broker with one eye open a
close race may be expected.
In point of size there is but little
difference in the vessels, both being
about the largest carriers that come
here; while in regard to speed the
Colusa is supposed to be a trifle
faster, but it is confidently asserted
that Captain Lee will not only sleep,
as before-mentioned, with one eye
open, but with the other only partly
Both vessels were built East and
named after counties in California.
Rumor says there is considerable
money bet on the result of this race.
Alessis. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
antler, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism llieic
as follows: "The wife of Mr. Wm.
I'ruitt, Hiq Postmaster here, had been
bed-iitlden with ihouinatisin for sev
eial years. 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 it"
use. We refer any one to her to
veiify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
The hand will give its regular week
ly conceit at Emma Square this after
noon, PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOUR. MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanut Mats, a dwsrublo assoit
ment, ftteel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. lay- Call and examine our stock.
Hawaiian Lodge Ho. 21, F. & A. M,
THERE will bu u meeting of Hu
L wailan Lodge No. ai, F. & A. AL,
at lis hall, comer of Fort and (iuuen
stieets, THIS OUiudav) EVENING,
March 12, 1892, ut 7:30 o'clock, for
Work in tho 3rd Degree.
Members of Lodge lo Progres and, al
sojourning Biutuit'it aie fratcuully In
vited to be present.
By order lif the W'.'.M.-.
T. E. WALL,
;$ H Secretary,
Are You Em Thirsty ;
These warm days aud want some
thing besides water to quench your
thirst? If so, we can oll'ei you a
package that will make live gulioiis of
tho most delictum Root Beer. This
i puiatiiiu i made directly fiom
fi'i sli hutls and loots. It comes in
liquid fi.nn, iiquiies no boiling or
stunning Di ink freely it keeps the
systn'M in i healthy condition. It is
not iiitii.it'ating -
Have jnn evei heard ol the Sovcn
Southeiluud Si lirs who aro cole
hinted foi their long tresses of bounti
ful hair Theysiij thisuiitisiiul giowth
was imltii'cd by uing a hair Ionic
which they dheoored and are now
selling to those !e. fortunate. They
u1m found tumble with daiidrufi', us
we all do uioie oi lets. Their Scalp
Cle.inei removi ail such deleterious
matter. Ve'e ihci-e and Hull's, Mrs.
Allen's, Bairy's 'I licopheious, Carbo
line, Hun) & Quinine uud otheis.
Sometimes people aie not satisfied
with the coloi of their hair, and do
sire a change. Hair Dyes will bring
this about. We keep Hill's, Buck
ingham's aud others.
How about mosquitoes these nights?
Ronieniber we keep Buliach and tho
Burners for the same.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Cowior Port .fc XClntc Mri-otM,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
- ! i $ 1 1 o s " i
SALE of STOCK
By order of L. A. Tliurtoii, Assignee
of the Kstate of John Richardson in
liankiuptcy, I will sell at Public Auc
tion, at my Salesroom, Honolulu,
On MONDAY, March 11th,
AT 1)4 O'CLOCK XOII.V,
Hawaiian Fruit & Taro Go. Stock
Par Value 20.
J AS. F. MORGAN,
30S lt Auctioneer.
EOK- SALE !
Just arihed by Steamers "Oceanic" and
Large & Selected Lot of Goods!
Silk & C epe for Lady'.-, Di c-s, Hand
kerchiefs, Enibioldered Funs, Very
Handsome Screens in Silk A: Satin,
Showy Flower Pots & Va-es, Tea,
Breakfast & l)eert bets with lino
nitlstic designs, Umbrellas, Blinds,
iv.iciiueicu ni.utui mi cuinur uiui
wall, Lndy'3 & Geul's Made Dies-es,
Toys, Straw, Bamboo it Palm Hals
anil Helmets, Bamboo Waie, Tea
Tables, Matches, Trays, Umbiella
Stands, Walking Caues, Brushes &
Trays, Paper Napkins. Buckets, K.i
ors, Cabinets, etc., etc.
I VERY HANDSOME PAIR VASES
Also in splendid condition
Natural Scented Tea, High Lite Waters,
JArAXISH iuz VAK,
Importer & Dealer in Japancso Gcn'l Produce
J. M. in: Sa e SILVA, Piop.
Hotel Btreet, .... Honolulu, H, I,
Hey There !
Bring us in a couple of
pouttdi- of those delicious
Breakfast Sausages !
This is what folks sing out
w lien they see the Central
Market Sausage W'ugoii
going past their gate. If
you miss the wagon tele
phone to the Maikul and
you will be pioinptlv at
tended to. Headcheese,
Bologna Sausages and ali
kinds of meat alwuyx on
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
JAB, H. LOVE, Proprietor,
INSTRUCTION' in French, .Spanish
I and Latin given by Piofcssnr F.
Lombard. University Graduate. Classes
aud pilvato lei-.-ons. (ir.iiuiuar or con
versation. Highest ciedentials fiom
France and California. Tonus mode
rate. Piiiticuliiis from the Fiencti
Consul, 01 at Mrs. Cowes', near V. Al.
('. A. 318 lm
l P,.R, C. HAltXFIKLD holds classes
1V.1 In Drawing aud Painting at ills
studio. Hotel sticel, back of Drs. Ander
son it Luiiily. I! 11 tf
FIXAL dividend U now paj able to
tY thestookholdeis of the Star Mill
Co., at the olllee of tho Agents, Win. G.
Irwin A; Co., (L'd).
WM. O. 1RWIX,
I1C7 at hecietaiy.
MONEY TO UUHvD HOMES.
XF you have u lot, i will build you a
house, and liiiulsh this money on
easy terms. J. L. MRYKR,
KtO Foil blieet.
Mutual Tel. UCa; l. O. Box US7.
ACOMl'ETF.NT, Tidy Man to lako
cam of lioisiis anil canhigcs, dilvo
uud make himself generally Useful. A
good home ami wages. None but the
above in e d apply. Al'l'ly to
When you wnnt a Portrait
Eiilargoil o.tll on IUntr Bros,,
get their price list ami see
BUiupUa. Thoy can't be beat.
as sharp as
fl r 1 -u f "n LSliir yTr
' V '
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
c j -v !3 a i t o r. is :
sqaht fe Qwirar
100 Fort Street.
You can get All-wool Cliulli-. lln-ss GooiN, latest patterns, Black Goods,
White Goods, Gingliuuis. Kid Gloves, hllk Gloves, Mitt. Ij lilies' and Chilihen's
Underwear, llo-tci y, isilk aud Linen llaudkcichicls. Ladles' and Childieti's
Jackets and Coats. Laces and Kinbiold-iies, Etc. Examine our Klbbou Stock
for bai gains. If you want a Silk Die-s, look thiougli our Silk Uepai tmeiit.
fc i: i 'V lu J it -K. IS :
If you want Shins, this is tho place. If you want Collars and Cuffs, thlt Is the
place, have money and gel your Neckwear, Underbills, bock. Etc., here. Tills
is the pluco to get your Hals. If you want a Traveling Bag or Tiuuk, come to Us
and we will 111 you out. If .ion ufe looking for a hull lor your llttlu boys, come in
and see us. e can lit j on "out for the least money. Boy's Knee Pants in all-wool
and linen. We will not'hu iindei sold by anyone. 'Remember CASH is wli.it talks.
Gentlemen Attention !
READ THIS AND If WILL GIVli YOU A POINTER.
UNLAUNDRIHD SHIRTS. Come and see the re-enforced
Unlaundricd Shirts that we are selling for GO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. o have ii full line of Gauze,
Summer Alerino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's, make.
fVlEN'S SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
hriggun, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling" for '2 cents a pair.
(VIEW'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scurfs,
Four-in-lland and 'Lies of all kinds.
BSr See our White P. K. Scarfs that we are selling 2 for io 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,
1 04 Fort Street, - - Honolulu,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Goods by
Tools 6l Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THK BF.sr QUALITY.
CARBOLINEUM avenarius .
'From 1 Gallon to bOO Gallons).
BSy We aie the only Authorized Agents for this article, ami aru
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC UAKDAVAKE CO., L'd.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
ACJUNTS FOR THE LEADING
ttiy NlCW GOODS BY KVK11Y STIUMKU. "Go.
IBS H. von GEuMTEN,
Professor ol' Dancing.
I'hlhltcn (from 8 years upward) Class
In Ball and Fancy Dancing and Physical
Culture iiveiy Saturday, from -J to 5
l'. .M. Teiuis, $1 a month in advance.
Visitors allowed on Saturdays.
Adults' Class hi Ball Itootii Dancing
iiveiy Wednesday, fiom 7iil0 to 1U-00
1. m. Gents, $5; Ladles, $.1 a month in
A. It ION 1I.V1-.I..
OKl'lOl'., i : IHI Foil Mtrtel.
you want i
By the "Iariposu"' we iu
poivod flii"ot from England o
beautiful assortment of Cut
lery, comprising Hazortj and
Pocket Knives from the
manufactories of the world's
greatest makers of such arti
We have also added to our
Jtock L000 Chamois Skins of
the finest quality.
Late Arrivals !
The S. S. ZAMBESI;
Gro, UiiWAitos, Master,
' Will sail for the above potts on
Al'KIL lO, 18tt.
toy For tonus of Fieight or I'assHgc
i apply to
j THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
i 3C7 lm AgeuU,