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Arrivo Honoullull.. 7:20
Arrivo Honolulu. ..8:!in
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Arrive Psarl City
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Arrivo Honolulu.. .0:10 .
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Snt. Ill 8 CO 7 20 1 2(1 0 U 5 0 11 11 42
Slin. 20 111 01 8 (I 1 fi0 fi 0 H 4 (1 111 ....
Full moon on tlio 13th nt 2h,21in. n. m,
Tliu ttmo nlj,'iuil fur tho port Is ulvijn at Pill.
Om. Osec. (niklnlnhfl ot Greenwich time or
lb. 28m. Msec, p. m. of Honolulu Observatory
tlmo. It IskIvcii by tho stuiun wlilstlo of tho
Honolulu 1'ltuihiK Mill, n few doors nliovo
tho Custom Housi'. Tho wane whistle 19
founded correctly nt Honolulu menu noon.
Observatory morldiun, or lOli. 31m. Msec, of
FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1S92.
Mr. Lorenzo F. Sleeper is very
well known to the citizens of Apple
ton, Me., and neighborhood. He
says: " Eight years ago I was taken
" sick, and suffered as no One but a
" dyspeptic can. I then began tak
"ing August Flower. At that time
"I was a great sufferer. Every
" thing I ate distressed me so that I
"had to throw it up. Then in a
" few moments that horrid distress
" would come on and I would have
to eat and suffer
"again. I took a
"little of your med
" iciue, and felt much
"better, and after
" taking a little more
" August Flower my
peared, and since that time I
" have never had the first sign of it.
"lean eat anything without the
" least fear of distress 1 wis'ii all
" that are afflicted with that terrible
" disease or the troubles caused by
"it would try August Flower, as'l
"am satisfied there is no medicine
"equal to it."
Stmr Iwalani from Ilairsnkun
Stmr Likelike from llnmakua
Stmr Pole from Kauni
Stmr O It Bishop from Kahuku and
Hawutik Andrew Welch. Drew, 21 days
from San Francisco
Am wh bk Andrew Hicks, Donaldson,
Stmr Kuala from Kauai
Am bktne Irmgard. Schmidt, 14 days
from San Francisco
Stmr W G Hall from Maul and Hawaii
fitmr Lehua from Uamakua
Stmr Walmanalo from Maui
Wh stmr Belvedere, WhiteFldes, for the
Wh bk Alice Knowles, for tho Arctic
Wli orlg Alexander Slinvy, for Okhotsk
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S San Francisco, Hear-Admlral
Brown, from San Diego
II B M H Pheasant, Blair, from Esqul
niuult Am bk Edward May, MeClure, from
Am bk Newsboy, Johnson, from New
castle S G Wilder, Grifllths, from San Fran
cisco Am wh bk Mermaid, Mar 25, from New
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 M S Hiel, Mori, from.Jaimu
USS Iroquois from Samoa, now due
S S Australia, Houdlette, due Mar 22
Am bk Amy Turner. Johnson, from Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am wh bk Morning Star, .Mar 2.'), from
Am bkt Katie F.icklnger, from Pugot
Sound, now duo
Am selir Aloha, from Poit Hlakely, now
Am bk Harvester for Illlo from ban
Am ship J U Porter from Newcastle,
Mis stmr Morning Star from the South
Andiew Welch, Drew, from San rran-
Bktne Irmgard, Schmidt, from ban
4. masted sclir Robert Lowers, from ban
fcYhr Eva for Muliukona from ban 1-ran-
Am bk Margaret from Newoostle, NSW
Bk EUinoru from Newcastle, NSW
Bk Ceylon, from San rrauelsco
Bk Puul Isenberir from San Franolsco
Brit bk Veritas from Newcastle, N S
Bk Corypheno from Newcastle, N S NV
Bk Don Adclfo from Newcastle, N S W
Bk Don Carlos from Newcastle, N S
Bk Greta from Newcastle, N S W
Nor bk Posedon, from Newcastle, NSW
Nor Brig Dam from Newcastlo, N S
Shr.Goldn Shore rem Wan FruoUoo
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sttiir Iwnlnul-fi400 lins sugar,
I corn, no pugs sunurtcs.
Stmr l'clc 4100 bags sugar.
Stmr 0 It Bishop 1812 bags sugar,
I bugs paddy.
! Stmr Knala '2075 bags sugar.
From Hnmnkiiti. per lwahinl, March
1708 deck passengers.
From Kahuku and 1'iimiluu, per O H
Bishop, March 1712 dock passengers.
The weather along the Uamakua coast
is repotted us being Very rough.
Tho t N Castle Is taking a deck load
of sperm oil, the catch of the California.
The Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch
arrived yesterday after a passage of 21
days troin San Francisco, sno brings a
cargo of general merchandise and 2
horses on deck for 10 O Selininau and
The American barkentlno Irmg.ird,
Capt Schmidt, arrived to-day. 14 days
from San Francisco, she brings n cargo
of general merchandise.
The Forest Queen has all of her cargo
of sugar aboard but 55 tons which sue
will probably receive to-morrow.
Tho h G Wilder will bo ready to re
ceive sugar Monday morning.
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
A fink stallion arrived from San
Francisco on tho bit rk Andrew Welch
Tub trustees' salo of the Union
Iron Works property at auction will
bu hold by .Ins. F. Morgan at his sales
room at 12 noon to-morrow.
The shipping iu the harbor was
gaily decorated with bunting yester
day. At noon u salute was tired front
the U. S. F. S. Sun Francisco.
Diamond Head, 3 p. ni. Weather
clear; wind, fresh northeast. Steamers
Lehua and Waimanaloofl' Koko Head
and whaling bark Andrew lhoks oil'
Haukas corpus has been enlisted to
get oil' the 00 odd Chinese in quaran
tine whose passports uie not regular.
A hearing appintcd for to-day was
postponed till 2 o'clock Monday.
Four supposed lepers were brought
from Mukawcli on the steamer Pole
yesterday. One, a Portuguese boy of
tender years, showed nothing but a
mark on his arm resembling a boil.
Monk. G. B. d'Anui.adk, French
Commissioner, is going awn' bhortly
for a vacation of six or nine months.
During his absenco the Commission
er's duties will be discharged by Mon.
Vizzavonna, Clinncillor of the Lega
tion. ADVERTISING JjOTES.
Extra Mince I'ies at. the "Elite."
C. J. McCarthy has lots
street for sale.
Tub Brunswick arethoonly Billiaul
Parlors in town. (i-tf
Ahthh shaving use Cucumber Skin
tunic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunhuhn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Annual meeting of the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Co. on Monday,
Pnor. Oulway announces regular
sessions of the dancing club instructed
by him. A good chance for those
desirous of learning or improving.
B. II II. wants a situation as book
keeper. FoitTV-i'iVE shares of Kahuku slock
will be sold tit auction by .1. F. Mor
gan at noon to-morrow.
The funily residence formerly oc
cupied by Mr. Hassenger njid three
building lots will be sold at auction
by J, F. Morgan on Saturday, 26th !
A sale of morchandiso, by order of
K. Poduyn, assignee of Ah Yet Co.,
will bo hold by J. F. Morgan on
Delicious corl'ee and chocolate will
be served every morning early at tho
Palace Ice Cream Parlois, Ludwigs-on,
it Cion, Hotel htiect. 1-tf
Get your mints and shoes made
and repaired by tlus old Wuiluku
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on East
Hotel strcot. First-class work, low
Saturday, popular concert and
ball ut Assembly Hull, over I X L
store, corner King and Niiuanu
streets. Royal Hawaiian Orchestra.
Kensington Crocket Cotton, makes
beautiful fancy work; wo have it in
golden brown, olive, heliotropo light
blue, scarlet, canary, bulmon gold,
cream, pink and white, utN.S. Sachs',
101 Fort Btrcot. 8-lw
IF you want good sausage for break
fast or luncheon, the finest sausages
in tho Kingdom are the Celeorated
Cambridge Pork Sausage am! Bologna
made at tho City Market, Nuuumi
street, opposite tjueon Emma Hall,
Jos. TiNKint, Prop, Mm
MRS. BOLSTER DEAD.
After a short illness from a stroke
of paralysis, Mrs. Caroline K. Bol
ster, widow of the lute A. S. Bolster,
died yesterday afternoon. She was
52 years of age and leavcB the follow
ing named family: Martha, Bella,
Willie, Henry, Minnie, John and
James, The last named is a printer,
who for several months has been u
reporter on the Bulletin. He has
the sympathy or the whole oillce, as
tho family has of the community,
in the irreparable loss, Mrs. Bol
ster's funeral took place from tho
resilience, Punchbowl street, this
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-28
X columns of interesting reading
matters. Mailed to foreign countries,
65; islftiuls i,
Yacht Hawaii Wins the First
Glass Race, Edith L. the
Second, Sinette the
Siding Sat Honor Takon by the
fcyrilo Boat Club, Slafoiury
Seat by the Hono'ala
Harbor Boat Buys.
Pearl Iliubor as a place for public
aquatic sports was happily inaugur
ated yesterday. The Ualiu Railway
and Lund Company provided the
prizes, made all preliminary arrange
ments, and then gave the program
iulo hands experienced in the Hono
lulu Rowing and Yachting Associa
tion's events of Into years to be car
Kamcliuineha III. and St. Patrick's
Day has never been enthusiastically,
although often generally observed
the observance being dependent on
whether any public amusement was
provided. Hon. J. A. Cummins,
who has a joint interest witli Ha
waii's former king and Ireland's pa
tron saiwt in the day, has sometimes
made the day "go" with horse
races. This year the railway com
pany has made such a happy holiday
of it, with the kindly co-operation of
the clerk of the weather, that the re
sult will probably bo a fixture of the
day as one of our most esteemed and
longed-for holidays. If Kainoha
meha's name should grow rusty
through the influences of Bush's re
publicanism, or the memory of St.
Patrick become spoiled by the intro
duction of snakes and Loads, then we
can change the name to Pearl Har
bor Day and make it the chief re
gatta day of the year. That a fair
inauguration of a new series of
March 17ths was accomplished yes
terday is attested in the lirt place by
the carrying of two thousand people
by the railway to the pearly shores.
The trains carried the people down
Lehua avenue to near the starting
point of the races. The Myrtle Boat
Club entertained their friends at
their camp, while the general public
took picnic baskets along, or else
depended on the refreshment booth
where a good lunch was served at a
The judges of the regatta were
Hon. O.' B. Wilson, Mr. W. M. Gif
fard and Capt. J. A. King, who called
in Capt. Grilllih of the baikcntine S.
G. Wilder to assist them iu watching
the races. Messrs. .los. Hubash and
W. F. Love were time-keepers. The
O. It. & L. Co.'s steamer Frolic was
the judge's cruiser, Dr. Trousseau
also kindly assisting witli his naphtha
launch Annie, on board of which he
hail a party of friends, including Dr.
Henri McGrew, Mons. Vizzavonna,
Mr. W. W. Hall, Capt. Grillith and
the Bulletin representative, to view
the yacht races.
Race No. 1 was the first-class
yacht race. Only two of the yacht
ing fleet were in it the Hawaii, en
tered by L. A. Thurston, and the
Healani, by F. M. Hatch. Mr.
Thurston had with him a crew con
sisting of Edward Damon, G. Wilder,
T. Ilobron, Fred. Wuudenberg, Ar
thur Brown, Hugh Gunn and Dr.
Baldwin. Mr. Hatch was assisted
by Judge Dole, Cecil Brown and
The course was as follows: Start
ing from a line drawn in extension
I of the Pearl City wharf, down the
main channel, to the mouth of the
harbor, near the reef, lacking around
tho stake boat; thence up the mafn
channel to the llonouliuli Loch, up
the llonouliuli Loch to and lacking
around a stake boat ut the head of
this Loch opposite Robinson's land
ing; thence out of the llonouliuli
Loch up tho main channel, passing
between Ford's Island and the Ma
nana Peninsula, to the windward of
Ford's Island ; Ihence down tho chan
nel lying east of Ford's Island making
a circuit of Ford's Island ; thence to
the point of commencement.
The start wits made at 10:1:25,
that being the Hawaii's time iu cross
ing the line. The Hcalui.i cruised
1 minute and 10 second-, later. Iu
rounding the first stake boat tho
Heulnni was three minutes behind
her rival, and a mishap iu rounding
tho stake boat put her st.ll farther in
the rear, she having eatjied nwiy
her flying jib. Still she made a gui
Innt effort to retrieve the misfortune,
but without avail.
There was nothing exciting in the
nice, however, an there being a steady
trado wind throughout, there was
nothing but straight navigation in
the issue. Still, it was n pretty race
witli some elements of the picturesque
thrown in. Uuo tiling that added
zest to it was the frequent going into
hiding of Die yachts behind the head
lands and Ford's Island, as the gal
lant crafts speeded over the sinuous
cotirso, which is estimated nt about
The Hawaii made a beautiful finish
in 2;ll):51 at 12:51:19. 'Iho Hea
lani came in at 1 ;-l:i) in i):0:58, or
1 1 minutes and 4 seconds uncorrect
ed tiui btthiad tho winner.
In the second race, for second clasi
yachts, there entered the Edith L.,
by Alex. Lyle, and the lCiohilani, by
lieil Knptt the former a catboai,
the latter a sloop, unci the K. about,
half as big again as the K. L. The
course was the same as in the first
race, witli the trip up the llonouliuli
Loch omitted. It was a close and
pretty race from start to finish. What
the little boat lost in sailing power
sho gained in facility of direct sailing
The Knohilaiii crossed the line til
10:!)2:S, the Kdilh L. !ID seconds
later. As the Kdllli L. finished at
12:'l :o!l only 1(7 second behind
the Knohilaiii she won the lace by
two seconds without regard to ton
The Edith L.'s tune
for third-class yachts,
under 18 feet lunirtli.
First prize, $20; second prize, SH).
Entered Linnie I)., by W. G. Sin
glehtirst; Sinette (entered as Un
known), belonging to Dr. II. Mc
Grew, entered by U.K. Walker;
Paattau, by II. P. Roth; Piuiloa, by
The course was simply tho tail end
of the other yacht races (rrcin starl
ing point to windward of Ford's isl
and, round tho island and to the
starting point. A pretty start was
made, the Puuloa crossing the line
first, with the Paauau and Sinette
second and third lespectively. Only
the Puuloa nud Sinette finished.
The latter omly in the race had over
hauled her rival, and throughout
showed herself a daisy traveler. She
is a boat that was soid off the baik
cntine W. 11. Dunond some time ago.
The Sinette won in 1 :20 :d(j, beating
her rival the Puuloa by four minutes
Six-oared boats, sliding seats En
tered Kaiulatii, by'Kaiulani Bo'il
Club; Stranger, by Myrtle Boat
Club; Myrtle Boat Club's Alice M.,
by Alex. Lvle.
The course was from the judge's
tlagboat direct to n stake at the head
of Waipio Loch and return. The
Stranger did not answer the calling
bomb. As eacli boat had a turning
stake far itself, there was little or no
preference of positions, but the Myr
tles having won the toss took the
The Alice M.'s crow consisted of
O. Sorcnson stroke, Win. Armstrong,
Geo. Angus, W. Harris, Henry
Giles, Ruby Dexter bow, Arthur
The Kaiulani's crew were Kuliio
(Prince Kalaniauaole) stroke, Nolio
la, J.Lane, S. Mahaulu, David Aea,
A. S. Mahaulu bow, J. A. Thomp
It was a following race for the Kn-
iuhinis all round, the Myrtles taking
the lead and easily holding it
throughout. The time made by the
Alice M. was 22:3!), being 12 sec
onds better than her oppmu nt.
Six-oared boats, stationary scats.
This was transposed with the four
oared sliding scats on the program.
Entered Kapiolani, by A. L. C.
Atkinson, coxswain, with tho follow
ing crew of Honolulu harbor boat
boys: Kala stroke, Apaki, Manucla,
Pakala, Pinao, Ekela bow ;
San Francisco, by L. S. I. S. San
Francisco bluejackets: Fraser cox
swain, Anderson stroke, Lorcln'ii
baum, Strow, Aiken, Sears, Tollcrp
sen bow ;
Kanoelani, by Kaiulatii Boat Club;
Kuliio coxswain, Pahia stroke, Ona
onu, Kahema, Kaahanui, Kikuha, Kc
The Kapiolani was inside, tho Ka
noelani outside, the blue jackets be
tween. Atkinson's crew got away
leading at, an easy stroke of about
15(3 to the minute, while the other na
tive crew were pumping themselves
out at the frantic rate of M. The
San Francisco made a game but
futile attempt to overtake the Kapio
lani. Heroes of several victories
over American, British and other
crews elsewhere though the S. F.
crew were, they had not a boat that
other things being equal could be
conceded to win against iho Kapio
lani. The course was that of the six
oared boats doubled, or a distance of
six miles. It was covered by tho
winning Kapiolani in the good lime
of -15 minutes 44 seconds, the San
Francisco failing by 4!1 seconds, and
the Kanoelani being distanced.
Four-oared sliding seals. Entered :
Alice M., by Myrtle Boat Club; M.
B. C.'s Alf. Rogers, by Alex. Ljle;
Kaiuluni, bv Kuiuluiii Boat Club.
Alf. lingers crew O. Sorcnson
stroke, W. Armstrong, Geo. Angus,
H Giles bow, A. Wilder coxswain,
Kaiuluni crew A. s. Mahaulu
btroke, Nuhola, S. Mahaulu, J. A.
Thoinp-on bow, Prince Kalauianaulo
Alice M. crew (Jims. Crane stroke,
Christian Conradt, W. Harris, Buby
Dexter bow, J. L. Torberl cox
swain. The, Alf. Hogers pioneered a pro
cession all the way round, the Kaiu
latii a gallant hut hopeless second.
Winning time 22:12, the Kaiulani's
being 53:.'l!) longer, witli the Alice M.
guarding the rear 5 seconds behind.
Four paddle canoes. Entered:
Aikalu, Kauahcnbe and Piiukulchua.
It was a humorously exciting raco
as canoe races always are. Aiknla
won by 2 seconds ahead of Puaka
Ichua, tho third being distanced.
The railway people represented by
Superintendent W. G. Ashley hud
an elciint collation, in which chick
en, egg suliid, Woodlawn' Dairy
butter, and a varied line of bever
ages figured, served on a liungin
1 tftUl in 1110 CBOlll u mu riuuu.
sides the judges and press men, sev
eral young people and a number of
special guests weio entertained at
the Frolicsome and festive board.
While the Hawaii was cruising on
the course of which coxswain Fra
ser complain so bitterly elsewhere
she grazed the ide of the Frolic and
took Mr. Gunn aboard on the fly
therefrom, the tran-fer being made
as neatly as bags of mail are picked
up by inoviim trains in" the States.
The Hawaii made a dent in the iron
side of the Frolic, but Coinuiodorc
Ashley said it was onlv on ncci dent.
I There were loud calls fur llasslnger,
but the famous pnnsicr was not with
Mr. J. W. McDonald was captain
of one ot Mr. Joseph Tinker's vapor
launches, and in his cruising gave
ninny a one a jolly ride on the wave.
The Myrtle Boat Club had a large
barge with awning crowded witli la
dies and children.
Great credit is due to the Kaiuluni
Boat Club for the part it had in mak
ing the regatta go. Organized only
ten months, and its crews in the
races Slaving only practiced four
weeks, it evinced meritorious pluck
iu coming to the line, then contest
ing the honors foot by foot, and when
all was over carrying themselves with
as cheerful a demeanor as if they
hail won all the cups.
When tho yacht races were Hear
ing a finish, the yacht Ilolone
came sailing majestically into the
harbor, presenting a beautiful spec
tacle. She had on board His Excel
lency Sam. Puikor, Hon. W. G. Ir
win, 11. ui. Paul Neumann, Mr. Fred.
Whitney, Mr. Lanz and others.
Nearly the last ol the holiday
keepers managed to crowd into "a
large train for Honolulu leaving the
Peninsula shortly before A o'clock.
A few stragglers wailed for a later
train that had to make the run to
En a Mill before returning.
A number of cyclists took the road
for Ewa. Among the number was
tho "lightning auctioneer," who
didn't lose an ounce by the exertion.
There was not a note of disap
pointment with the day heard in all
the train chatter of the home-coming
H IT U AT I h V A T CD
AS Book-keeper, single or double
entry, by a Young Man of expe
rience who would lie willing to make
bim-elf L'ener illy useful Terms mode
rate and references given. Address
'l(. It. II.." 1 O. Box I.Vi. :t7L- 1
rr,Ii a'inii'il mci-tiiie; of the stock-i-
holders of the Inter-Nlaud Steam
Navigation Co, (L'd). will be held at
the olllee of the Coinpanv on MONDAY,
March 2sth, at 10 o'clock a. m
.IAd. L. McLKAN.
:17L St Seereturv.
ifir. ltegular Dmce of the scries at
Ariou Hall will take place TO-
MOKKOW, Saturday. March t'Jtli, and
be continued every Friday evening there
alter. Instructions froni 7 to S, dancing
fiom 8 to 11. New members admitted
to-morrow evening nt 7.
PROF. V. J. OHDWAY,
H72 lu Instructor.
Ara Yon Era Thirsty
These warm days and want some
thing besides water to quench your
thirst? If so, wo can oiler you a
package that will make five gallons of
the must delicious Boot Beer. This
preparation is made directly fidm
fresh barks and roots. It conies in
liquid form, lequires no boiling or
'straining. Drank freely it keeps tho
system in a healthy condition. His
Have ynu ever heard of the Seven
Sniitlicrland SUters wlio are cele
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 arc now
. selling to llio-c loi-s fortunate. They
alrii found tioublo with dandruff, as
we nil do morw or less. Their Scalp
I Cleaner icniovos all such deleterious
mailer. We've thcrOHiid lluliV, Mis.
Allen's, Barry's Trieophorous, Carbo
linc, Kuto it Quinine mid otlieis.
Sonieiiiiies people are not sati.-lied
wiib tho color of their hair, and du-i-iro
a change. Hair Dyes will bring
this about. Wo keep" Hill's, Buck
ingham's and others.
I low about moi-quitoestheso nights?
Itcmcnihcr we keep Buhach and tho
Burners for the same.
HQBR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Jnir l''oi't it lllnir rli,i,iilH.
TO BK GIVKN BY THE
Honolulu niion Society
On Saturday Evening,
M.VieOIl iO, lSiiy.
etafr-THVINS will leave tho Oaliii
Hallway Depot ut 7 and B o'clock l' m.:
returning will leave the Grove at 10 ami
12 1. M.
tkiV TICKETS to bo bad at J, Hn
bat. store, the Hllte and Lmlwigtou
Hi 1 r n'e l.e Cream Parlors.
As Shaup as
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockets' Bunk, Honolulu.
i. 1 j- w i-ji p
IOU Vuvt .Street.
SOAXflT ife fiUKN
Yon can git All-wool Challis. Dres Goods, latest patterns; Black Goods,
White Goods, Ginghams. Kid Cloves, .silk Gloves. Mitts. Ladies' and Children's
I'lidetwrur, Hosiery, sdlk and Linen Handkerchiefs. Ladies' and Children's
Jackets and Coats. Laces and Kinbrolileries. Etc. Examine our Klbbon Stock
for bargains. It you want a bilk Dress, look through our bilk Department.
l n. ' M? 1-. Ii rtl IU M :
if you want Shirts, this is the place. If you want Collars and Cuffs, this 1b the
place, mivo money and get your Neckwear, Undershirts. Socks, Etc., here. This
ii the. place to get your Hats. If yon want a Traveling Bag or Trunk, come to us
and we will lit yoi. out. If you are looking lor a suit lor your little boys, come In
and see us, e can lit you out for the least money. Hoy's Knee Pants in all-wool
ami linen. We will uoi'he undersold by anyone. Remember L'ASU Is what talks.
Gentlemen Attention !
READ THIS AND IT WILL GIVE YOU A POINTER.
UiWLAUiMDRIED SHiffTft. Come and sec the re-enforced
Unlauudried Shirts that we are selling for GO cents.
sftW3 UMDEtfSHBRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MK'ii SOCKS- An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
briitgan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 25 cents a pair.
BSE 'j'S NSCtCWE&R. A large assortment ; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-lland and Ties of all kinds.
$&' See our White P. K. Scarfs that we are selling 2 for 25 cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for 81, they are good value.
Men's Batting Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
. S. SACHS,
J04 Fort Street,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
N :W Goods by
TooSs & implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
'From t Gallon to S00 Gallons).
te8" We are the only Authorized Agents for this urticlo, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
lOO AT'ort, Street.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THIS LEADING
1ST NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER. -Sa
M l m uERICHTEll
Professor of l)uii;in.
Children (from H yeai upwaiiU) Class
Iu Hall and Fancy Dinclug and Physical
Culture every Saturday, from 2 to fi
!, Ji. Term?, 8;i n mouth lu advance.
Visitors allowed on Saturdays.
Adults' Class iu Ball Huom Dancing
every Wednesday, from 7:!10 to 10-110
P.m. Gents, S3; Ladles, 9'l a month iu
.VKION II V la la.
OtTKIK, j IWt J-'oi-t si reel.
By thu "Mariposa' we re
ceived direct from England a
beautiful assortment of Cut
lery, comprising' .Razors and
L'oclcct Knives from tbe
manufactories of tbe world's
greatest makers of such arti
cles. We 1 1 five also added to our
slock J 000 Chamois Skins of
the finest quality.
rI7 i JR, H3 !
Late Arrivals !
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
The S. S. ZA.MBESI,
Gi:o. Kdwauds, Master,
Will sail for tho above ports on
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Vr For turms of Freight or Pastsgo
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.,
3117 lin Agents,