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time. It In given by tliu steam WiIhUo of tin)
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MONDAY, MARCH 11, 181)2.
Stmr Claudinc from Hawaii
Stmr Mlkaliala from ICa al
:Schr Luviuiu from J, ale
Am bktno S G Wilder, Grllllths, from
Am bk Colusa, Backus, for Sun Fran
cisco Am ok Sonoma, Lee, for San Francisco
Stmr C U Bishop for Wuianueaud 1'iiuii
luu at 'J a m
fitinr.Iap Makee for Kauai at 4 i m
tituir Mokolii for Molokni at 5 p in
tituir Hawaii for Humakua at 4 p in
fcjtmr .1 A Cummins for ICoolau
Schr Ka Moi for Kokolulcle
Schr Kawailaui for Koolau
Siolir Luka for Alukaweli
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at
2 p in
Stmr Claudinc for Maui at5 p in
StmrMikuhulu for Kauai at 5 p in
CARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Claudine-fi:i21 bags sugar, 1)5 bags
taro, 80 hogs, OS ikgs gambles
Stmr Mikahala oiiiiO bags sugar, 23
giecn hides, 10 bags bones, 1 calf,
ill bags rice.
From Haul, per stmr Claudinc, Maicli
lit-J V Kahuumia, F B Aucibaeh, A F
i rauca, K 11 Uailcy, J V Leonhurt, Tbos
Odowda, Frank Uurney, JnoRiohaid
son, A Vizzavonnu, C . lama, Look
Tong, S Akana and 41 deck.
.Fiom Kauai, per stmr Mikuhulu,
Wareli 13 V Peck. M Keohokalole J
Kaiwi, Mrs F WUhclm and eliildreu.Joe
Funl, R C Pete -sou, Ah Lau, and 65
From San Fruncieo, per bktno S G
Wilder, March 14 J Johnson.
FOREICN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S San Francisco, Jfear-Admiral
Brown, from Sail Diego
Jl B M S Pheasant, Blair, from Estpii
niuull :S S Zambesi. Edwards, fiom China and
Am bk Edward May, McClurc, from
Am bktno Discovery, D Mc?jpi.l, from
Am bk Newsboy, Johnson, from New
castle fi G Wilder, Giillltlis, from San Fran
cisco FOREICN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Hiei, Mori, from Japan
U S S IroqHois from Samoa, now duo
S S Australia, lloudlctte, due Mar 22
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, fiom Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am wh bk Morning Star, .Mar 2.'i, from
Am wl) lik Mermaid, Mar 2.1, fiom New
Am bkt Katie Fllekinger, from l'uget
Sound, now due
Am bclir Aloha, fiom Fort Blakely, now
Am- bk Haivestcr for Uilo from Sail
Am ship J C Porter from Newcastle,
Mis stmr Morning Star from the South
Anihew Welch, Drew, from Sau Fran
cisco Bkt iiu Irmgaid, Schmidt, from Snu
masted schr Jtobert Lowers, from Sun
tJclir Eva for Mahiikotm from Sau Fran
cisco Am bk Margaret from Newcastle, NSW
ilk Klsliioru from Newcastle, N S W
Bk Ceylon, from San Kranelcco
Bk Paul Isenberg from San Fniueiseo
Brit bk Veritas from Newcastle, N S W
Bk Coryphenu fiom Newcastle, N S W
Bk Don Adelfo from Nuwcastlu, N S W
Uk Don Curios Irom Newcastle, N S W
Bk oreta from Newcastle, N S W
Nor bk Poseilon, from Newcastle, NSW
.Nor Brig Uuto fiom Newcastle, N S W
N.'hr Golden lloro from Sn Francisco
" SHIPPING NOTES.
'lliu bark Newsboy having llnished
discharging her coal hns been moved
out into the stieaiu.
Tlio steamer Kinau will leavu on her
regular route to-morrow afternoon.
The burkentino h G Wilder, Grlllltbs,
matiter, uriived ltoin Sau Francisco this
morning with a general carto of mer
.YOK'IT-Iu Honolulu, March 11, to
(he wife of Jolm Lycclt, u sou.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Thk Kinnu will sail to-morrow.
Mil. B. Oidoustoin is now clerk to
the Roud llo.iul.
Thk band will play ul Emma
Square this evening.
Tiikkk are ten dosorluis ft on whale
ships in tlio calaboose.
Thk whaling fleet innke fine
fight olT the icof I hose days.
'Iiik AuHtiuliii will leave Sun l'urn
ciseo lo-inoiiow for this port.
An original story from a country
correspondent will appear tomorrow.
Tjiksk oio the evenings for u good
plunge in the brim- at Long Branch,
The Muni people are us merry as
usual, in spite of the McICinley Bill
Anutiiku Chinese newspaper will
iniiku its initial appearance next week
Thk Sons of St. Uuorgu will hold
their regular weekly meeting this
Thk brigantinu J. 1). Spreckels had
iv close call frnm being wrecked at
Two six-oarcd bouts from the U. P.
lliigship San Francisco had ii race litis
Tru: subscription lint of the Daily
Bulletin on the other islands is in
creasing evety week.
Diamond Head, '.I p. in. Weather
clear, wind froth northeast; nine
whalers ljing oil" and on.
Thk U. S. S. Charleston's football
team was recently defeated by the
Olympics of San Francisco.
Mu. John Johnson, u tourist, was a
passenger by the barkentine S. G.
Wilder from San Fiancisco this niorn
mg. Fouktken cases of drunkenness
were disposed of summarily, in the
Police Court to-day, and other cases
Thk campaign ugaiuct delinquent
candidates, in the matter of returns
of expenses, has been carried into the
Skvkntkkn candidates fiom the sec
ond congregation were confirmed by
Bishop Willis at St. Andrew's Cullie
dral yesterday evening. .
Thk barks Sonoma and Colusa sail
ed early Suuday morning on an ocean
race to San Francisco. The latter
vess'il had two hours' start.
A native named Kahclckukoua ac
cidentally killed himself by striking
his head on a rock whilo diving at
liana, Maui, on the Glh iust.
Scottish Thistle Club this evening
at the rooms on Merchant street, it
is not u secret society and all Scots
men in the city are welcome.
The Weekly Bulletin for March
15 is now on sale. It contains the
gi cutest variety of local news extant
for sending abroad.
The whaling bark Mermaid was
docked at the P. M. S. S. wliurf this
morning, where- she commenced dis
charging her four hundred bun els of
Thomas Morriswey, a back driver,
has commenced u suit against II.
Webb, customs ollicial, for the recov
ery of $2.') which he alleges is due him
for carriage fare
A small army is ut work repairing
Queen street and building a sidewalk
thereon. The cost of the latter im
provement is partly defrayed by the
A coil of wire for use in connection
with the now dredger arrived on tlio
barkentine 8. G, Wilder to-day, con
signed to the Interior Department,
The Bond Supervisor has a gang at
woik repairing Kaahumiinu street,
which for years has hud a surface like
the bottom of a stony gulch. Much
trouble was had witli the hard coral
A fellow put his foot through the
Myrtlo Boat Club's six-oarcd boat
Stranger at Pearl Harbor yesterday
morning. A member of the club
hastened to town and going buck with
tools repaired tlio damage.
In hk bankruptcy of Ah Yet & Co.,
Chinese storekeepers, before Chicf
Justico Juild this moniing for the
proof of claims. Tun creditors proved
their claims amounting in all to
$7414.00. K. Podeyn was appointed
assignee under $1500 bond.
The tug Eluu conveyed Captain
Millard of tlio whaling bark James
Allen to that vessel yesterday morn
ing. Tlio Captain was accompanied
by several Hawaiians who havo ship
ped to go on a whaling cruise. Tliu
bark set soil as soon as tlio master
Tin; walls of the new ediflco of Cen
tral Union Church are fast approach
ing the top courVes. Some idea can
now bo had of the complete design.
Tho inteiior of the Sunday school or
lectin o room is ncaily linishod, tho
coiling being quite so. It will bo a
handbome and spacious assembly
Mit. Cummings has hud to suspend
operations on lU-rotunin street, owing
to u hitch botween tho Government
and the owner of a lot. The work
has been carried to the farther side of
Thomas Square, but only on one side
of tho btieui. Tho other side, from
the inaciidam stone dump at Alap.ii
rilieot out, lias to Ho in rugged ugli
ness until the stonu-cai tying ruilioad
A iiuitHiKO llotclikissrillo is u curio
sity in Midler's repair shop at King
and Bethel streets, An excitable youth
tiit'd to discharge it will) the latuiod
in tlio barrel. Tlio bullet tried to get
out through tho sido of tho barrel,
but stuck in tho rent it made in try
ing. There is u clean slit several in
ches long in the barrel, in the middle
of which tho battered bullet is stuck.
Somebody lud a narrow cscupo when
CUNGERT IN KAWAIAHAO.
A Cl'owiU'il MniiM Trent! il Jo le
llulitiul .11 tin c
Kawniahun, or the Old Stono
Cliuicli, was tilled on Saturday even
ing wlili a fashionable audience.
The occasion was a concert for tho
henelll of the lvauni Industrial
School. The immense number pre
sent, although showing much public
sympathy with tha benevolent ob
ject, alto attested a sliong expecta
tion of a good entcrtuiiinuiiit. The
concert was under the patronage of
Her Majesty the Queen, who was
present, accompanied by Ills Excel
lency Governor Clcghorn.
The Royal Hawaiian Orchestra
opened the program with the selec
tion, "Crown ot Gold," which was
well rendered. Tus selectiou which
received the full appreciation of the
atidietice was the patrol "Egyptian
Midnight Parade." This piece was
played in a masterly manner. Girls
from the Honolulu Industrial School
sang two songs rather nicely and
were applauded. A violin solo by
Dr. Marcuse came next and was
played by that gentleman in his pre
mier style, -compelling his recall. A
poem composed by Her Majesty was
read by Mrs. W. L. Hopper, who
was introduced by His Honor Chief
Justice Judd. Miss Holmes in a
song, "The Palms," received an en
core. The Kuwaialiao Seminary
girls, numbering about eighty, then
sang two Hawaiian songs pleasingly
and hud to repeal the last one. They
were accompanied by the orchestra
and ably led by Prof 11. Berger.
Miss F. Nolle, whose excellent
voice lias long been missed from pub
lic entertainments, favored the audi
ence with that favorite song, "Queen
of the Eatth." Her appearance on
the platform was heralded with ap
plause. Miss Nolte Hang beautifully
and was recalled. The Kawaiuhao
Chuich choir then appeared with two
Hawaiian songs composed by Mrs. A.
A. Ilaalelea. The singing was fully
upjlo the standard and at the con
clusion was greeted with rounds of
"Kcjoice Greatly," a dilllctilt
song, was sung by Miss Louise F.
Dale, accompanied by Miss Wing,
both of Oahu College. No comment
is needed on this young lady's sing
ing, as local connoisseurs of music aie
now all familiar with her delightful
voice, reinforced with fine technical
culture. In response to a recall she
gave "Annie Laurie" in a nice clear
soprano, again evoking irrepressible
plaudits which constrained her to re
peat a stanza.
Miss McGrew then gave a violin
solo accompanied by Miss Dale on
the piano. This young lady violinist
has attained a professional standard
with the bow, where every appear
ance is gladly welcomed, and her
playing on this occasion was exqui
site. The Knmehameha Glee Club as a
finale gave the chorus, "A Cannibal
Idyl," and caused much merriment.
The audience demanded and were
given a repetition of the chorus.
"Hawaii Ponoi" closed a very pleas
ant evening's entertainment.
A Ilure for ltlixid HeMUltH in n Vic
tory for the Ilculaul
A large number of people Hocked
to tlio city front on Saturday after
noon to witness a six-oared boat racn
between the junior crews of the Hea
lani and Kuiulani boat clubs. The
Healam entered the boat Liliuokalani
and the Kuiulani the Kaiulani and
Kapuaiwa. For some reason, how
ever, the last named boat failed to
materialize and so the race was left
between the Liliuokalani and Kuiu
lani boats. The Ilealanis took the
off shore track, while the Kaiulanis
chose the inshore. The start was
made from the can buoy near the O.
It. & L. Co.'s wiiuif and was to and
around the spar buoy and back to
starling point. G. E. Smithies was
the starter and E. Stiles and V. T.
Monsarrat were judges and time
keepers. The word "ready" was given at
4:50 o'clock and a minute later the
boats were off, the Kaiulanis pulling
one and a half to the Ilealanis' oiic.
The Kaiulanis took the lead and
maintained it to the light-house,
when their opponents epurlcd and
gradually closed the gap and crept
Tho Ilealanis turned the spar buoy
a length ahead. On the homestretch
they increased the lead and finished
about lve lengths ahead. The Ku
iulani crew did remarkably well con
sidering their freshness. The follow
ing were the respective crews:
Healani L. Hart, bow; J. F.
Woods, 2d bow ; Chris. Willis, 3rd
bow j Chris. Holt, 3rd stroke ; Geo.
Komi, 2d stroke; A. L. C. Atkinson,
stroke; H. W. Atkinson, coxswain.
Kaiulani Tommy Price, bow;
Win. Kuuu, 2nd how ; Jus. L. Aholo,
3rd how ; K. Nakuiuu, 3d stroke ; N.
Hugo, 2d stroke; James Thompson,
btroke; Prince Kalaniunaole (Cap
ARRESTED OH TANTALUS.
A report was received ut the Police
Station this morning to the effect
that four sailors from the whaling
barks in port were in hiding on lop
of Mount Tantalus. A police olllccr
was despatched to the vicinity, where
he descried a man, named Frank
Ormsby, a curpenter, sneaking in the
grass. The olllcer presented a pistol
und arrested the man who in his ex
citement gave away that four desert
ers were hiding farther up. Frank
was brought to the Police Station,
where ho disowned ever having said
anything. He was discharged from
custody us soou as il was found out
that he was not a whaler. It is sus
pected, however, by the police that
lie had been engaged in supplying
the deserting sailors with their sustenance.
OOTTAOH to let.
UNii'itNisiiKi) loom for lent.
Extiia Mince Pies al the "Elilo.'
Ho.v. A. llinn bus been appointtvl h
C. J. McCarthy bus lots on Liliha
stieet fur sale. 3-tf
The Brunswick mu thuonly Billi.ud
Phi lorn in town. (!-tf
Tkllino liguros from the New York
Life's icport appear to-day.
A KrEK shaving use Cucumber Skin
Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Si'NiiuitN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Aujouit.NEii annual meeting of Ka-
Co. at 2 o'clock
Chinksi: granite blocks and stone
curbing are for sale by E. B. Thomas,
ul his yuid on King street.
Household furniture nearly new
for sale. Inquire of C. V. Sturdovant,
second house below the Armory, Beie
tania street. 3-tf
Delicious codec and chocolate will
be i-orvcd every morning early at tho
Piilucc Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigseu,
A-. Cion, Hotel street. 1-lf
ADVKUTisi.sn gets its work in best
in dull times, when people are earn
estly considering where to get tho
most value for their money.
Get your hoots and shoes made
ami repaired by the old Wailuku
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on East
Hotel lr0et. Fiist-class work, low
prices. , -l-U
Kknsinuton Crocket Cotton, makes
bcautitul fancy woik; we have il m
golden brown, olive, heliotrope light
blue, scarlet, canary, salmon gold,
cream, pink mid while, at N. S. Sachs',
101 Fort street. 8-lw
Ik you want good sausage for break
fast (ir luncheon, the finest sausages
in the Kingdom arc tho Celebrated
Cambridge Pork Suusaguand Bologna
made Ht tho City Market, Niiuuiiu
street, opposite 0.ueen Emma Hall,
Jos. TiNKnit, Prop. 3-lm
Ueckivkd per S. S. Mariposa, March
lOtli, Froen Oysters, California Or
anges, Oregon Apples, Sicily Lemons,
etc. Also, Five Tlousand (5000) Pinw
Apple Plants Sugar Loaf and other
varieties fiom Florida and Mexico on
hand. Heavy corn-fed Turkeys and
Chickens, line young Boosters, etc.
All of the above for sulo at reasonable
prices at the California Fruit Market.
P. G. Camakinoh.
Mutual Telephone 378. 7-3t
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert at
Emma Square this evening, com
mencing at 7:30 o'clock. Following
is the program :
.March Tho Ship's Crew Millocker
Overture-Italian in Algiers Bossiui
Finale Bivouac Petrella
Selection Ernaiit Verdi
One Two Three Four. Maui Girl. Wal
Medley Bed II ot Beyer
Fantasia Forge l:i the Foiest-Mlehaells
Waltz Thou and Thou Strauss
Quadrille La Cigale Coote
A SUSPECTED MURDERER.
Edgar A. Martin, under arrest in
California for poisoning Fred Heidi
and for forging a will, once made a
business of breaking mules in the
Hawaiian Islands. His admission of
this fact has strengthened a previous
suspicion that he is also implicated
in the murder of Mrs. Greenwood at
Napa, a9 the murderer was known to
be a fine horseman who had the ex
perience mentioned in these islands.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOR MATS. DOOR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; lettered
"Alolm," "Welcome," and plain
Cocouuul Mats, a dearablc assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. SSf- Call and examine our stock.
COTTAGI2 rIO L.ET
Punchbowl street; rent
$20. Kiiqulro at
No. 1.1 Nuuuuu street.
AN rnfurnishud Boom suit
able for a young nuiii,
nicely located near tho Palacu,
iibii oi a r urnihiieu I'lirtor,
Apply at this olllce
rpiIK adjourned annual meeting of the
1 stockholders of the Kahukii Plan
tation Co. will be held WEDNESDAY
AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, Miuch Ifith,
In the i humhur of Commerce Room.
WM W. HALL,
300 at Sumetary Iv. P. Cu,
Wliuu you waiitu I'orirait
Enlarged o.ill on ICinT Bros.,
got their price lJMt ami see
BUiupUs. They cuu't bo beat.
RAINFALL FOR FEBRUARY, 1892.
From icports to the weather ser
Station. lnc i.
Walake.i. Uilo, 50eUn 11 21)
Pepeekeo, lOOelev 8.ii0
HotiouiU, 300 elev II M
llonnmii, O.'itl elev Is Si
HiiKaliu, 200 t'Icv. n.k.
Llillpahneliiii', lOih'V 7.'38
Loiji.ilinehoe, 1)00 elev D.G."i
O'ikii ,i, 100 ele N.Tt.
I'll illll.ill. 300 ele 1 .;!,"
Unlink a. 100 ele 1.01
Kii ii liiie e. 7011 elev (183
Niulii. 200 el O.ill
N. K'oliali. 3,i0ele 1.7!)
iiiuie.i, 2730 elev 11.18
Jlolu.t oa, 1200 eluv 1.47
Kealakeliua, 15MJ elev..... 2.72
Nauloliti, (l.jo elev G.b'4
Volcano House, 4000 elev 13. '.'0
Olmi. 131" elev I3.U5
Volcano Bond, 2Do elov 11.20
P.iholM. 10 elev . Nil,
Pnliolkl. COO elov N.K.
Kiipoho i 3.U.
Pallida x it.
Kiihului, 12 elev N.n.
Walkapti, COO elev 3. 01
Spreckelsvlllo, 40 elev n.ii.
Kulii, 4000 elev 2..1H
Haleakala Ranch, 2000 elev x u.
Olowalu, 15 elev 1.78
Mapulehu, 100 elev 5.82
Punahou, f.O elev I. II
Honolulu Town, 20 elev 3.18,
Kulaokahiia, 50 elev 2.01
Makiki, li)0 elev 4 2'1
Kapioliuil Park, 10 eley 2.18
Minion. 100 elev 4.70
Million, H'd of Val. 250 eluv 10.47
Nuuuuu, 50 elev 4.10
Nuiiunu, Wl) eU'v G 2
Ntuiauu, 40.") elev S.00
Niiiuitiii, 73.) elev 10S11
Nuuuuu, 8i0 elev 14.411
Kanoohu. 7 i'lev 3.80
Ahulmantl, 350 elev 7 13
Walanae, 15 elev 1.31
Kwu Plantation, (il) elev 3.00
Koloa. 200 elev N.n.
Kllauea, 325 elev 7.31
Llliuo, 200 elev (i.28
Received too lute for !at month's re
port: Motion Inch
Volcano House, 1000 elev 15 15
Poholki. 10 elev 13 75
Pohoiki, GOO elev 15.48
Million, 200 elev 10.08
C. J. Lyons,
In charge of Weather Service.
IW HiM-HlnrcfH A'Ul llioiitiule.
Dr. W. B. Gillies, Winnipeg, Mani
toba, says: "I have used it in a typi
cal ease of indigestion with bilious
ness, and found il to be, without
exception, the best tiling I ever used
in such cases."
Are You Ever TMrsty
These warm days and want some
thing besides water to quench your
thirst? If so, we pan oiler you a
package that will niiiko iivo gallons of
the most delicious Root Beer. 'Phis
preparation is made directly fiom
fresh haiks und roots. It comes in
liquid form, requires no boding or
straining. Dr.mk freely it keeps the
system in a healthy condition. It is
Havo you ever heard of tho Seven
Soullierland Sinters who are celu
brated for their long tresses of beauti
ful hair. They say this unusual growth
was induced by using a hair tonic
which they discovered and aio now
belling to those less fortunate. They
also found trouble, with duudiulT.us
wo all do more or less. Their Scalp
Cleaner removes all such deleterious
matter. We've these and Hall's, Mrs.
Allen's, Barry's Tricophotous, Carbo
line, Bum it Quinine and others.
Sometimes people, are not satisfied
witli the color of their hair, and de
sire a change. Hair Dyes will bring
this about. We keep Hill's, Buck
ingham's and others.
How about mosquitoes these nights?
Remember we keep Biihach and the
Burners for tho same.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner Fort & Ivlntr 1st root h.
Hey There !
Bring us in a couple of
poundi of those delicious
Breakfast Sausages I
Tills Is what folks slug out
when they see tho Central
Market Saiisugo Wagon
going past their gate. If
you miss the wagon tele
phone to I lie Market and
you will bo prompt! v ut
temleil to. Headcheese,
Bologtm Sausages and all
kinds of meal always on
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
JAB. H. LOVE, Proprietor.
INhTRUCTIOX in French, Spanish
I and Latin given by Piofestor F.
Lombatd, (Jnlveuity Oruduulu, Classes
and private lessons, (iruiiinuu' or con
versation. Highest ciedeiithds from
France and California. Terms mode
rate. Particulars from lliu Fieuch
Coniiil, oi at Mrs. Cowen', near Y. M.
C, A. 318 lm
Mlt.lt. O. BARNKIELD holds classes
in Drawing and Painting al his
studio. Hotel sticcl, hack of Du, Anilei
sou & Liiudy. ilil tf
MONEY TO 1JUILD HOMES.
JF you have u lot, I will build you a
. huiinu, and furnish tho money on
Mutual Tel. CC:
130 Foil stieet,
As Sharp as
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels Bank, Honolulu
CASH w rJ7 () R JB !
100 Tort Street.
You can grt All-wool Chuliis, Die-, Good-, latent pattern"; Black Goods,
Whitu Goods Oinghauis. Kid .iluM's. llk Gloves, Mitts, Lulies' and Children's
Underwear, liiwleiy, hllk and Linen Handkerchief-. Ladies' and Children'
Jackets and Coats. Laces and Kuihruiderii-s, Etc. Kxailiitiu our ltlbbon Stock
for bargains. It you want a Silk Dress, look through our riilk Depaitmeiit.
tjr : rs 'L1 l. to jl k; is :
If you want Shirt1-. Uii U the place. If you want Collars and Cuff, thlf Is the
place, finve money and get your Neckwear, Undershirts. Sock-. Kte., here. This
Is the place to get your Hats. If you waul a Traveling Bag ot Tiunk, come to us
and we will fliyoi. out. If joii are looking for a Miit loi your little boy-, come in
and see us. We can tit you out for the least money. Boy's Knee Pants'in all-wool
and linen. We will not he undersold by anyone. JCeuieinber CASH Is what talks.
Gentlemen Attention l
READ THIS AND IP WILL GIVE YOU A POINI'ER.
UP4LAUNDRIED SHIRTS. Come and see the re-enforced
Unlauudried Shirts that we arc selling for GO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MIEN'S SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bul
brisigan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 25 cents a pair.
AlEiVS NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Eour-in-lland and 'Lies of all kinds.
8 See our White 1 K. Scarfs that we are selling 2 for "25 cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, !1 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.,
New Goods by
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST Ql'ALU'Y.
'From I Gallon to S00 U.illoii-0.
SOT We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC 1IAKDWAKECO., L'd.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
ACJENTS FOR THE LEADING
t$r NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER. -1
ss l m
Professor ol" Duneing-
Childicii (fiom :) years iipwurdii) Class
in null uuu raiicy liatieinu mill l'ijlcal
lultmo every Saturday, from i to 5
r. m. Tci Hi's S:i a mouth In advance.
Visitors allowed on Sututday.
. i ,.,f"9T .?nASES',, ,
Adults' Class hi Ball Room Dancing
eveiy Wednesday, from :M to 10-00
r. m. lients, i;t; i.nuios, $.( a iiiouiu in
A.UION II U I-i.
OFl'lUI'., i : IHI I'oil Hired.
You Want !
By tho "Mariposa'' woie-
ccivod diract from England o
beautiful aorttnonl nf Cul
lory, comprising- Uiuors and
Pookot Knivos from tho
timnufactorios of tho world's
greatest makers of such arti
Wo have also added to our
)ek 1000 Chaino
tin- linost quality.
If. reiver Kloi l.
Late Arrivals !
The S. S. ZAMBESI,
Gi:o. IChwauiis, Master,
Will sail for tho above ports on
APUlLi 1 O, I SJVJ.
ejr For turnia of Freight or Passage
THEO. H. DAVIES cVCO.,
307 lm Agents.
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