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IS a tin fhjllei'u
WEDNESDAY, MAHC1I 10, 1802.
Stnir Leluia from Ilnuuikuu
II 11 M fc l'hoiisaiit from ICiitml
Whaling bk Triton, (legally, from .Sin
Am 3-iiiuteiI sohr .lennlo Wand, Tap
per, from ICurckn. Osd
Sltnr K'luueu Iltiti from llunutktia
Am bktno Discovery, 1) MoNoi.l, for
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr I.ehua -2:117 bag-- sugar.
Stun Wiiinli-alu-31(13 bags hiisjar, !!2S
bags paddy and '1(J Ijbls molasses.
For Kauai, iior .linr Mlknhala, Mar 15
lion C W shford, MrsC V Spitz, ,V
1' ICulaukoa, Mrs J K Iaiikca, V it Hcn
.'on iiml others.
For Muni, pur Mmr Cluudlno, .Mar 15
' .Ino Uyur, Hon W O Smith, N O
llujuy, Uvon Tompsky, W U Uollcng-
huril, Sir Bailey, .Miss, I Aiiwae, Mrs von
Tempsky and others.
Kor Kan Fruncloo, por bktnu Dis
covery, Mar 10 II W Knight, llunj 11
Worth, and L'ii Japanese.
The steamer W G Hall will bo due
fioin wiudwaul poitson Friday next.
Thu barkontlno ln-coory, D McNeill,
muster, (-ailed at "J o'clock tills ufturiioon
with tbo following cargo: 11,711 b.igs
Migur, weighing l,yO!),L'KI pounds and
valued at ;i:,707.';4,sli!ppul bj II I lack -feldlOt
(Jo; and 115 kegs and 50 bhls of
molasses, shipped by Hums and S 15
The barkuiitiiio'n N Cusllo has coin
ineuced LiMiig in sugar.
LOCAL AHD CNRAL KEWS.
Tin-: grocery stores will olu-o to
morrow. 11. 15. M. S. I'ur.AbANT is coaling al
thoF. M.S. S. whaif.
.Mlt. LhVKY will t-ell bank nipt tuil
oi 's block at 10 o'clock Friday.
F. May's furniture will bo sold by
J. F. Morgan at 10 o'clock Friday.
'J wo foreigners and lwonty-lie
Jap.niCbO wuio passengers for San
Fiunoit-oo by tbo l)i.-eoveiy to-day.
Mbk fiom the U. S.F. S. S.in Fran
cico liavc bi-gun at imgcl practice
near the Quaiumiiic Station landing.
Diamond Head, 'i p. in. Weather
clear; wind, liirhl noitheas'. Sleainer
ICilauea Hon, 7 miles east, six wlialms
oil and on.
Udnj. 1. WoitTii, lato captain of the
whaler Sea IJiee.o, was a passenger
on tiio bklne. Discovery for S.in Fran
cisco tliib afternoon.
'J mi protest ol (J.iptain John lluss
and others against the election of llio
Nobles for the Island of O.iliu will be
heaid on Monday in tho Kupiemo
A' it, Godficy Uiowu reached Vie
tniiii by the stuamer 15nipruss of India
fiom tlie Orient lately and will be
home by the cloanior Auslialia next
Extka Miuco I'ios at (lie "Elite."
J'l.h meet vou al tho Brunswick.
(J. .1. SIoCautuy has lots on l.iliha
hticot for sale. !!-lf
Tin: Hruuswjck uru ihoonly Uilliaid
l'.ulurs in town. fi-lf
Sco addition to advertisement of
slo of Union Iron Woikn plant.
Awnit s'naving Use Oiiftimbor Skin
'Ionic, iieuton, Smith it Co., Agents.
SiiMiim.v uliovcd at onco by Ou
cuiubui Tonic. Hoiiton, Smith & Co.,
Agontn. - 1-lf
i)i;i icioiis ooilco and cbocul.ilo will
- ho mum'iI ovoiy nioiiiuig eaily at, tin-
l'alaeo lie Cu.ini l'ailois, Luiiwigon,
it Oion, Hotel stieel. J-t 1
To-mohkow (Thursday) being u
holiday, cars will run every (piaitir
of tin hour between Killo Uungo (l'a
waa) ami l'alama. See advcrtibi'ineiil.
Out your uooib and shoes made
ami lopaiicd by tho old Wniluku
bliooniakor, L. Tuhnnikh, on East
Hotel stieel. Fiist-class woik, low
LuwiH J. J.kvky will hold a bank
ruptcy salo of n tailor's shop outlll
and slock, at his salebiooinson Fiulay
hum at u n o'clock, Tho talo is by
older of V. Oiifergell, a-signeoof Ohin
KiiNKiwiToN Crocket Cotton, makes
bcaiiiilul fancy woik; wo havo il m
goldon brown, olivu, lieliotiopo lighl
blue, scailcl, canary, Miliiuni gold,
cieiun, iiuk mid while, aiN.S. Saclis',
101 I'oil blrcet, 0--1W
lr you waul good j-anmgo for bieak
fasl or luncheon, (ho linest sausages
in tliu Kingduni aio tho Ccloiuatcd
-Cainbiidgo l'ork Sausage and Hologim
undo ,it llio City Muikct, Niiicuiu
Hlicol, oppobilo (Jucen Eiiuim Hull,
Jos Tinki;k, 1'iop. II Im
Si'i:ciAi.ib'i'K in various linos conic
licio from ubio.ul, insert an udvoitiso
Client in tiio Hui.i.CTiN anil find thcui--i-ulvi-H
oMJiwlielniod with oidord, while
at tho samo time residents in Ihoniiuc
lines, who lliink everybody known
llieni and liuuco neglect lo advertise,
uru coinplaiiiing Unit "tilings aio vuiy
Pictuio If ramus mudo to
oi-iloi from latest Hlyiouof
iiioiil(UnH. iioiiovation of
old pictures a upeoially at
King llros., liotol stroot.
LOCAL AHD GENERAL NEWS.
St. J'atiui'K's Day in the morning
11. 15. M. S. I'iiiiasant lcltinictl
from a oiuiso to Kauai this morning.
E. O. Ham. & Sox, agents for Ihe
whaler, have been kept very busy
for the past few days.
Tin: libol oato agaiiiHl-d. S. Hninos
isnluri'tl by J, Jl. Vivas will bo liuurd
on WcdnctMl ty licxl.
Mh. W. 11. IJunson, tiio pinnoltHiui',
lefl for Ivitiiui on llio Miknlmlii yoslui
day, to fill 13 1 n laige number of orders.
Tin: bunds of oil of tiio whaler
Trilon weio ir-uudi nvd to lioio mi
llio steam scow ";?iinoiiMui" tins rfloi
noou. Miss Lhi.a, dutiglitur of Oiiptuin
Hubhatd of ihe S. N Cusllc, accom
panied her father this liip for a visit
Tin: whaling bark Triton from Sun
Francisco lias arrived and is lying ll'
pint. The baik lias about 1G0 bat role
of oil on board.
At tbo state ball al llio l'alaeo to
morrow niglil, llio Koyul band will bo
iibuis-tod by tbo band of tiio U. S. F.
S. San Francisco.
A conckut will bu given by tbo
pupils of ICawaialiao Seminary on
Saturday evening, March 2(!ih, for tbo
bciielil of dial im-titulion.
Tin: choir of tho second congiogii
tion of St. Andicw's (Jaihedial will
bavo a -special reheaial tlii evening
at tiio lcsidonoo of nil's. "Waid, Old
Tin: chief atliaclion lo-inotrow will
be tlie legalta at l'earl Oily. It is a
pleasant plucejor an otiiiug to escape
the diisl and ihe dullness of holiday
air in the city.
Mi:i;ciia.nt street, belwien Fort
stie-.t .mil tin 1'ost, (Mlicc, is getting
Us nniiual icpairs. Nolli ng less tluiii
block pavenienl will stand the tinllic
on that slioil piece ol thoioughfare.
To-Moiiuow, Match 17th, luing a
public holiday, all (iovernuieul ollices
will lie closed. The two banks will
suspend opeialioiis for the day, and
llio Daily Uui.i.i:ti. will nolbeiVsued.
Tin: electric sc.uch light of tin- U
S. Flagship San Francisco was thrown
in diU'ercnt diiirtions over the town
yesteiday evening, making an muora
liko exhibition ihal was very sinking.
Hon. John A. Cummins will cele
brate his birthday to-morrow in pai (
by giving a luncheon nt 11 o'clock a.
in. to llic Queen and other dignitaiies.
Tho h'oyal band will be in attend
ance. Wokk is lapidly piogrcssing along
Qucon'stieot. New side-walks are be
ing laid along b.ah sides of the street,
and the road i'.self is receiving the
necessuy aliention of tho l.'oad
A Hi'BKi. engraving of the double
wb oh lesillted in Ciiptiiu Cook'i'
death is on exhibition in tho 1'acilic
Hiirdwnio Co.'s window. 'J'lio pictute
is prettily ongr.ived, but the natives
loqk like Dutch.
Tin: band will play atQueen Emma
I fall Friday evening. It. takes a iet-1
this evening pieparatory to the ardu
ous woik of to-inoriow. Thuiu will
be the usual Saturday aftoiuoon con
cert al Emma Squaie.
Tin: now piece of road way on Queen
street, between Al.ikea anil lliehards
stieets, will on completion bo one of
tho best-mado roads in tlie city, re
llcoting great credit on Mr. Oiim
miugs, the Itoud Supei visor.
Tin: wife of Cajitain Mallisou of
the schooner Bertha Dolbcer accom
panied liim on the trip in hope of
finding improvement, of hci health.
This morning, il is sad to icporl, the
lady was in a critical condition.
Tun Myrtlo Boat Club onrrmcii
have been camping out al l'earl Har
bor for heveral days, This club for
tho sake of getting u race with the
olheishas consented to leave out. the
nioio btalwail luenibcis of its senior
Fii'TKKN' chickens wwro Ptoleu fiom
tlie coop of Mr. K, I'odeyn, 1'iikoi
street, Saturilay night. Th-' thieves
came hack last night ami took twelve
moio ehiidvous, in spito of a close
watch kept for Ihein till near dav
lighl. Tnni:i: boats weie taken on the
morning liain for l'earl City to-day.
A oiew from tho U. S. F. S. San Knin
ciseo has heou entered in tlie (S-oarcd
stationary seal race. As limy have
.for opponents u crew composed of na
tive boat boys, an interesting race
may bo expected.
No less than lliiity cliildicu assem
bled at the Government Dispensary
Ibis morning to be vaccinated. Dr.
Henri McOrew, tho (iovoriimoul phy
sician, was kept vury busy in conse
quence No soouei had tho find crowd
In on disputed of than moro were semi
coming. Tho ohildiun weie mostly
To-day is tho anniversary of llio
birthday of Kiim Vun Taiig.nheaihi'u
ChincK' god. 'Iho ovont is being oh
seived at tho Chinese Theater, whi'io
the lads and lassies of tho Klowory
Kingdom have assembled, dicsscd in
llioir Sunday suits of (dollies. Tho
actoiH at tho theater aio, us Iho slang
phrase is, "putting on dogs,"
Tin: winding bail: James Allen lefl
on Sunday morning for a crime in
llio Aictic Ocean. Tho bail; hailed
II. B. SI. S. I'hoasaiil oil' Kauai on
Tuesday, when a boat was loweied
fiom the whaler which contained a
sick sailer named Bollon. Bolton
was brought to the city and conveyed
lo the Queen's Hospital for treatment.
ili:v. Fuihors Kiiby, after return
ing fiom Iho Viilu.iiin, will deliver
three dlti'olUSOH nt the lComaii
Catholic Cathedral, on the evenings
of Thuisday, Fnday and Saluiday of
iit.xl week. Kev. Win. 1'. Kiiby is a
curate to Archbishop Uiordan of San
Fi.incisco and an (.loipioiil spcakir.
Tlo' visiting I'litheii. will loturn honic
bv llio fctcniiior Aublraliu.
In Celebration of Kainctaelia
Vjioi; of 13vo,4ts on the Poirl
Below is a list of the entries for
llio l'earl Ilaibor le;atta to-inoriow.
Uondltions, courses, etc., will be
found in the advertisement. There
is good promise of fine weather and
a great day of aquatic sport.
Arrangements have been made by
tliu nuiimgciiiciit for a llrst-class
lunch on the I'eiiinsula, where the
races ate to he viewed.
Following is the list of entries:
1st CLASS Y AC HI'S.
"Hawaii," eliteied bv 1. A. Thmrlnii.
"ilcalani," " "' F. SI. Hatch.
Und CLASS YACHTS.
"Kdith L," unteied bv Alex. Lvle.
"Kaohilani," " " I oil Kapu.
Iliti) CLASS YACHTS.
ori:i; noATs iiNnr.it IS rnirr.
"Linuio 15," enlered by W. O. Siugle-
"Unknown," entoied bv II 15. Walker.
"l'.iauau," " " II. 1. Both,
"l'uuloa," " " HcilKapti.
"Kiiiuhuii," eulcied bv Kaiulaui Boat
"Slrangcr," enleicd by Mvrtlo Boat
"Alice SI," entered by Alex Lylo.
"Alien SI." entered bv Slyrllo Boat
"Alf. Uogers," entered by Alex. Lylo.
"Kaiulaui," enteicd bv Kaiulaui Bo.il
"Kapiola 111," entered by A. L. 0. At
kinson. "Kunoolani," entered bv Kaiulaui
"San Francisco," entered by U. S. S.
(J A NOB MAC 15.
"Ii," entered by Koliaa.
"Kaualioalie," enleicd by Heil Kapu.
"l'imkokhua," entered by Starr Kapu.
TH PALACE BALL.
There will he an innovation at the
state bull al lolani Palace to-morrow
night. Dancing will go on simulta
neoiibly in both the throne room and
the dining room. The music will be
stationed jit the farther end of the
hall, behind ihu slairs and bclween
the two rooms. Jt will be furnished
by the lioyal and the U. S. F. S. San
Fiancisco hands combined. Guests
will go outside for supper, lo tlie
lanai in front of the Falaco where
tlie Accession Day luau was given.
EviilS. BliOWN SERENADED.
By request of Ihe Queen, the Itoyal
Hawaiian Orchestra, led by l'rof.
Bergcr in pcrbon, berciiadcd Mrs.
George .Brown, at the Hotel cottage
occupied by Admiral mid -Sirs,
lirown, at 7 o'clock this morning,
songs by the band boys interspersing
the iiiblTumcnlul numbers on the pro
gram. Mrs. Bro.vn was much de
liglitcd wilh tiie music ami highly
appreciated tlie compliment.
- - - wr m
TO THE BALL GUESTS.
The Chamberlain ol the Household
has requested the Bui.i.iriN lo say,
thai carnages containing gnosis to
the ball to-iuoirow evening, will enter
the l'alaee giounds by Hie Richards
street gate, then pass oul through llio
gate on l'alaee Walk. Members of
Her Majesty's staff will he in attend
ancu at the steps to escort the guests
to looms where thoy can lay aside
A SPOILED "SENSATION."
Il is ascertained that (Irillllh, the
whaling sailor who confessed to the
murderous train robbery in Cali
fornia, was not in California when
Ihe crime was committed. lie was
at Ascension Island in another whaler,
having blupped with Capt, Green
and run away after fu'ging his
brother's name lo u nolo.
"I have Just ic'covcrcM? hum a sec
ond altack of the grip tin-, year,"
says Sir. Jus. O. Jones, publisher of
llio Leader, Mcxin, To. i-. "In the
latter case I used CI unbei lam's
Couh Remedy, and I I, .ml; with
considerable success, only being 111
bed a little over Iwo dtyt, against
leu days inr Ihu that allack. The
second attack I am satisllcd would
have been equally us bud ns the first
but for the use of this remedy, as 1
had lo go 10 bed in about six hours
after being '.stiuck' wilh it, while in
the III at case 1 was able to attend lo
luiHincso about Iwo data beloie get
ting 'do mi.' " fiU cent bottles for
salo by nil dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co , Agents.
.Mf 4 .1 l'aitly Fuiulslad Home
ftGKf& -i V- opposite tliu New Hafo
fiSSf&fi ball (iiouuds, sliiialo al tho
corner of l'likul and Luualllo streets.
Comfortably arranged lilt hot and cold
wnlcr, and other inoderu hiiproveiucnts;
will icnt fiiriiUhcd orolhcrwUe.
Apply lo CUAS. J.F1S11KL.
l.imt Will nint Ti'Heimeiit of tlin laite
Illft'iiit of OIIiii.
Tho petition for probate of the
will of tho late Bishop of Olba was
heard before Chief-Justice Judd this
afternoon, and granted. Leltcrs tea
Icmentary wore ordered to he issued
to the Rev. Fathers Leonor Foues
ncl, Clement Evrard and Gulstaii Ru
pert, lo act as executors, without
bonds. Appended is a copy of the
1. Hermann ICockemann, Bishop
of Olba and Vicar Apostolic of tlie
Sandwich Islands, a resident of llio
city of Honolulu, Island ol Oahu,
being of sound mind and memory,
do make, publish ami declare this
my last will and testament, that is
First I give and bcqiiuatli all of
my estate, real, personal and mixed
unto the Revciend Father Leonor
Fouesnel and to his heirs, adminis
trators and assigns forever, should
ho survive me. But in the event of
his death occurring during my life,
Then I give and bequeath all of
my said estate, real, personal and
mixed unto the Reverend Father
Clumenl Bvrard, and to his heirs,
administrators and assigns, should
he survive mo. But in the event of
his death occurring while I still live,
Tiienlgise and bequeath all of
my said eslate unto the Rev. Father
Gulstaii Rupert, and lo his heirs,
administrators and assigns for ever.
And, lastly, 1 hereby nominate
and appoint the Rev. Father Leonor
Fouesnel, and the Rev. Father Cle
ment Bvrard, and the Rev. Father
Gulstaii Rupert, or tho survivors or
survivor of them, al the time of my
death, to be executors of this 1113
last will and testament.
In witness whereof I have hereunto
set 1113 hand and my seal this fif
teenth day of June, Anno Domini
one thousand eighl hundred and
Seal) HuiftlANX IvOUKlCMANN,
Bishop of Olba, Vicar Aps.
The above insttuiiient consisting of
one sheel of paper was at tlie date
thereof signed, sealed, published and
declared by ihe saidjllermanu lvock
cinann, Bishop of Olba, I. 1'. 1., as
and for his last will and lestameut,
in the. presence of' us, who at his re
quest and in his presence and in the
presence of each oilier have sub
scribed our names as witnesses
Cor. Merchant and Fort streets,
Residence Calli. Mis. Honolulu,
J. M. Davidson,
Berclania street, Honolulu.
Over sixty of tlie Chinese in quar
antine, whose time will be up Frida,
have been found to havo fraudulent
return passports. It was rumored
that efforts were being made to have
Ihein retained iu tlie country as
agricultural laborers under tlie Act
of 181)0. The Minister of Interior
and the Attorney-General were met
togelhcr at the Government building,
and in answer to enquiries said these
Chinese would not be admitted on
agricultural permits under the law of
lS'JO. What disposition should be
made of them was still under con
sideration. Messrs. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Texas, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism there
as follows: "The wife of Mr. Win.
L'ruitt, tlie l'oslinastcr here, hud been
bed-ridden with rheumatism for sev
cial years. She could get nothing
lo 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
vciify this statement." oO cent hol
lies fur sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
Being Kamehauieha III. Day, Cars
fiom 1MFLU It NO 12. (.I'awau) for l'A
LAS1A, from !:S a. in. until 'S:8p. 111.
Fiom I'. LAMA for IMFLK KANGB,
(l'awaa), Iiom !:17 a. 111. until 7:17 p.m.
t'eforc and after those hours cars will
1 1111 every half-hour as usual.
CUTTACJIfl TO LI3L'
jrt. . ( I'unehhowl street; rent
t&rZH ' $-" KiKiulioiil
mggm L. ADLKIl'ii
:tii'.i if Xo. Ill Nuuaiiii strew.
.. t SIBTB of I'uiuishid
ft'?vn 1 V Booms lo hi. Kiu-ui o
Slits. A. M MKLLIS,
ilCal I 111
int.!... Iit st . upstairs.
CO'itaUio to ia-:l
a 'piIK 1 otlagu on School
Ar.Z?SX& - stretst at present oecu
baSSlBll pli'd by Huv W. II. Haruca.
Possession given Apill 1, lb!)2. For
particulars applv to
till lm ALKX..I.CARTVKiaUT.
VA 11511 HANGING I
GIVK.I. U Mi:vr.u Iho I'alnlcr a call
luoinptlv and neatly. Ii'0 Foil hlrcet.
I'. O. IJox U8T. Mutual Tclephoiio
'(J. IBH If
JlihHis. Kiiitf Hi'" nrc
showing a line line ol' Bum
boo and oth.-r Btjlo Parlor
ISuhdIh, Wall Kruukt'ts and
Window Uornices at prices
to meet the tintea.
Bawauai Tramways Go.,Li
(tier-), ft? V 'i'T'vi'
Are You Ever Tliirsty
These warm days and want some
thing besides water lo ipiench your
thirst? If so, we can oiler you a
paekugt that will make five callous of
the most delicious Bool Ileer. Thii
preparation is mmle directly f 0111
fresh balks and roots. It conies in
liquid form, requiies 110 boiling or
stunning. Drank ficely it keeps the
system in a healthy condition. It i
Have you ever beard of ihe Seven
Southciland SWtcra who mc c 1
brateil lor their long Irenes of beauti
ful haii. TheyKay this unuHUid giowth
was induced by u-nng a hair tonic
which tiny discovered and aio now
selling lo those less fortunate. They
also found liuuble with dandruir, as
wo all do more or less. 'I heir Scalp
Cleaner lemoves all such deleterious
mutter. We've these and Hull's, Sirs.
Allen's, Barry's Tricoplierous, Curho
line, Bum & Quinine ami others.
Sometimes people are not satisllcd
with the color of their hair, and de
sire a change. Hair Dyes will biiug
tliis about. Wo keep Hill's, Buck
ingham's and others.
How about mosquitoes these nights?
Remember we keep Buhacb and llio
Burners for the same.
HOBRON. NEWMAN & CO..
Corner Kirl. & lvlnix ntroeis.
To roinind you. thai it is
nearly two years since we
cleaned your watch.
Isn't it about time to have
her oiled up?
H. F. WICflMAW.
TO BE GIVEN BY TIIE
On Saturday Evening,
tOf TRAINS will leave the Oahu
Railway Depot at 7 and 8 o'clock r ii,:
retuinliig will leave thu Qrovn al 10 anil
11' l. M.
I6!f' TICKETS to bu had at .1. II11
bash's store, the Elite and I.uilwlgcu
Si Cron's Ice Cream I'arlorn.
VT a iiic(!lhi of thu HilerlbiT.s to
the 8tock of the Hawaiian i'mk
Flicking Co , (Limited), hub! 011 ihu
llllli day of Miuch, 18!):', it was voicd lo
accept Its Chillier of Iiicorpoiation and
thu following oilU-ir were elected lo
licrvu fur this ciisiiIiik year:
K. U. Whihioii I'lcshlciit,
V. MoCaiullc Vlcu-I'rchldcnt,
J. Kim .Sucivtury toTiuusiircr,
F. F. I'orlor Auditor.
K. V. Winstuii, W. McCandluss, F. F.
l'oitcr, .1. I'urko, W. 1(. tiodfrcy and .1,
Kim, all of Honolulu.
"No stockholder hhull Individually bu
liabl.' tor the debts of thu Company, be
yond i hut may bu dim upon thusliuut
or bi ca ifniiuu 10 nun.
Honolulu, March in, 18IU2. ilTo 2w
Sausages ! Sausages !
IPIU'SII Hologim, I.lvcr l-mldlng.
I1 lllood l'uddliiK, Head CIiccmi,
Fruiikfuit riaiibii!4e, Vienna .Saiibiijio ami
Klui' I'urk Siuifiao ulwayri on li.uul and
do vncd to older by
GKO, 1. BUIHIAKDKU,
Its 2 Kent Btrcct, two doors iiliovu the
t- Mutual Tel, 710, 'iVS'im
ulu Arion Society
I I " i--"" 'jfrnit "XJ TxiM-
as sharp as
o? v..MXf I I fe5r....
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckcls' Bank, Honolulu.
i(n Fori Street.
You can get All-wool CJiallK, Dress GooiN, latest patterns; Black Goods,
White Cooils, Cinghains. Kid (Jlovea, Silk Glow". Slitls, Ladles' and Children's
tbulerwear, HoMeiy, Silk and Linen llaudkcrehlefs. Ladies' and Children's
lackels anil CoaN. Laces and Kinbroldeik-s, Etc. "Examine our Klbboii Stock
for bargains. If you want a Silk Diess, look through our silk Dcpaituieut.
jt r a' -L, 10 iA iu in :
If you want Shirts tliN is the place. If you waul Collars and Cuffs, this Is the
place, have money and get your Neckwear, Cndershirts. Socks, Etc., here. This
I- the place to gel your Hats. If ou want a Traveling Bag or Trunk, come to lis
and we w ill lit yon oul. If jou are looking for a Suit for your little hoys, come in
and see Us. e can lit you "out for the least money. Boy's Knee I'miU in all-wool
and linen. We will nol'lie undersold by anyone. Remember UASI1 is what talks.
Gentlemen Attention !
BEAD THIS AND IT WILL GIVE YOU A I'OINl'EK.
UN LA UN DRIED SHIRTS. Come and see the re-enforeed
Unlaundried Shirts that we are selling for CO cents.
ftfiEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
-i?S'S SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
briggan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that wu are belling for 23 cents a pair.
MErVS NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Fotir-in-Haud and Ties of all kinds.
S&r See our White 1'. K. Scarfs that we are selling 2 for '25 cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, U for SI, they arc good value.
Men's Bailing Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Fort Street, Honolulu.
New Goods by
Tools & implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF Till? 1!1?ST QUALITY.
'From 1 Gallon to SOU Gallons).
8e&- We are Ihe only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any tpiunlity.
PACIFIC JIAKDWAKE CO., L'd.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Sears, Pipes & Tobacco.
A(ih!NTS FOR THE LEADING
SriT NI?W (JOUl)S HV 1?V1?UY STKAJIKU. -
M l Tfll GBBICI1TB8,!
I'rol'esHor ol' Daneinti:
I'hlldieu (froiiiayi'.iriiinwui'iU) CIiim
In Hall and I'aucy l.iiulu'F; mid I'lijelcal
Culliiiti i:riy hatuid.iy, fi'niii J to S
I', m. Tei ins, Sll a iiuinth in advance,
Vloltnrti allowed 011 H.iturda.VB.
Adultb1 Chini, iu Hall Itoutu Dancing
every Wediuxluy, fruin 7uHI to 1000
l', m. liciils, ."; Liullu. 'l a muiith lu
A. I IO N II AIjL.
OFI'lOl',, : ; IHI I'ui't H(rei.
you want i
Uy the ranposa'' we re
ceived direct from England a
beautiful assortment of Cut
lery, comprising Razors and
Pocket Knives from tho
manufactories of the world's
greatest makers of such arti
cles. We have also added to our
slock 1000 Chamois Skins of
the finest quality.
T 1 Jt-t JE !
Late Arrivals !
For Yokobaiiia & HoDgkonE.
The S. S. ZAMBESI,
Gi'.o. KowAitiKS, Miuitur,
Will uidl fur the above ports on
APUIL IO, IHOtf,
tair For turms of Freight or 1'ass.jgo
JU7 lm AgeuU.